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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 30, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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,OL_p p1pTY-FIVE" STARKB. FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER SO, 1932 NUMBER NINE
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aity "''Va tel. Berries" ShipmentsSent Lawtev Platform



As Scheduled The Telegraph Annual ReportOn "Watch Plant your City berries'Warns'1" is From Here; Will Be Enlarged : "



Without Sled ___. Wishes Each and Every School CostSum Courier the recent warning Issue.According gives. the its readers Plant City in a Tuesday Best Day Officials Promise


to Constable W. I
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N. Holloway of Plant City, Also New Roof-Salt W1U D4
T foot Pep Donated el Made By Happy One of YouHappy of $ ,%%''I.063 Spent In Fiscal: one berry patch near town Plant City's Rfto lpts Thus) Far Handled At This End
Basket Year of ,1931-1838 Figure
By Organizations was picked last week at Running Far Behind Of Line
Various Show
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Last Year
night. The thieves are believed -
to have worked with Announcement was made thIS I
III starke, as well as In other 'A The cost of Florida's public flashlight and in one The largest shipment to date of week that the American Railway + r .
Santa Claus cup
,.rtI of the State, to the schools for the fiscal year 1931- hand, using the other handto strawberries from the Starke platform Express Inc., and the Seaboard Alt!
times
used several mop he 1932 was $22,225,002.49, W. S. snap the berries off the took place last Friday when Line Railway Company have
his brow as
aspiration from Cawthon, state superintendent of 212 quarts left for the northern agreed to extend the present
jjved Saturday night In the.wake New Year public instruction, announced to- bushes.'I markets In two eighty-quart frtet- strawberry loading platform at

j real summer temperatures.According day.His era and two crates. But one crate Lawtey a distance of 280 feet,
to the Associated annual report he said, will WELFARE ASSOCIATION was shipped by express on Tues- making a total platform GOO feet in
!'_--o who had .a,special staff of I show that total current expenses THANKS STARKE PEOPLE day of this week, although several length. Arrangements have also
porters and photographers out Including $10,232,724.22 for Instruction crates went out on trucks. been made for storage apace fort

IQ cover the good fellow's arrival Florida I RED CROSS WILL BEGIN amounted to $13,616- Mrs. Raymond, president of the The continued warm weather la I several extra cars, which will eliminate
/lion the North.. Pole Dancer, Ready CLOTHING DISTRIBUTION 892.59; capital outlays $551.133.99, Welfare Association, wishes to causing berries to be moved out the possibility of strawberries +
mcer, Dunden, and BUtzen were and debt service, $8,057,033.92.There thank all those who so kindly helped rapidly from the southern part of I having to sit on the platform
legated to the colder climes and Distribution of Red Cross garments were 11,519 teachers and with the Christmas baskets, also the State, six: carloads being shipped 'and watt for cars as baa been the>
:lie i tied was discarded for air cool- For ComeBackAgriculturist will begin Thursday January 867,7 8. students in the schools the Business Men's Club for their Tuesday. Plant City rolled its case In past seasons. 3
!(0 motors as the Jolly old saint 5, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright during the fiscal year. There were generous gift. Baskets packed by first carload last Friday, and Wau- With the completion of thuG
[prepared to don a bathing suit chairman of the local chapter an- 8.888 white supervisors, principalsand grades ten eleven and twelve, Mrs. chula Tuesday night shipped its Improvements, Lawtey grower '
lull distribute gifts throughout the Sees Products of nounced this week. Another op- clansoomteachers and 2,631 H. B McLendon, Mrs. T. T first solid car In two years. are claiming that they will have
!ijfninsula state. Grove and Farm In Demand portunity will be given the peopleof negro supervisors, principals and Long and Mrs. D. P. Carpenterwere Plant City prices held up fairly the best shipping facilities in the>
weath- the to classroom teachers. There were even over the week-end with a 12- State, with train schedules speeded -
i But In spite of the warm Throughout the Country county apply for the most attractive. The pupilsof
tr the spirit was the same. There clothing on Monday when applica- 266,201 white, pupils and 101,857 these grades deserve a great cent average. The general range up to meet competition in

u hardly a house In Starke "When a turn for the belter tions will be received at headquarters. negro pupils. .v. deal of praise. The society packedand Tuesday was from 10 1-2 cents the reaching Eastern markets.
utose windows were not brighten- dOEs come in national and worH Among the white teachers 42 distributed eighteen well filled pint to 12 1-2 cents, buyers re Other concessions being made to

..d j by gaily colored lights shining affairs, Florida will be one of the Mrs. Wainwright this week received per cent were college graduates, )baskets, also gift baskets were received ported. A few lots were said to Lawtey growers are: to handle
!rom trees placed where they first states to respond and to feel a letter from national head- 24 percent normal school gradutes, from Mrs. Frazee, Mrs. ::1. have brought 13 cents. salt for strawberry cars at this .' : '
Ight be enjoyed by passers-by as the beneficial effects," said H. O. quarters saying that for the first 30 per cent'high sonool' graduatesand M. Alvarez Mrs. Randall, Mrs Up until Christmas, Inclusive f. end of the line; to receive detention S I,
fell as those Inside. Clayton of the Extension Divisionof time in six year. the Roll Call will four per cent had less than Cady and Mrs. Paul Canova, Sr. o. b. sales this season In Plant City cars when necessary and upon. I.
Santa Claus seemed not to be the College of Agriculture of fall below four million, accordingto high school education. Altogether twenty-six families totaled $16,128.03, whereas sales advice of the Express Agent; to '
really effected by the much talk- the University of Florida, In ad- present estimates. However, if Among the negro teachers IS were made happy at Christmas before Christmas eve last year approximated furnish cars three ways, under
si of "hard times". There were dressing the Gainesville Rotary each chapter in the country can per cent were college graduates, through the kindness of friend close to $130,000. This I standard refrigeration Initial icedor Et
Jmost as many pairs"of roller : Club recently.Mr. enroll ten additional members in 23 per cent normal school grad who are Interested In the welfareof big difference has been largely the dry; to try and arrange for No. '
ate and tin horns In evidence ; Clayton based his optimismon January it will be possible to uates, 40 per cent high school our town. result of unfavorable weather. It 12 to be set back to 4:30: p. m., and ,
,uaday morning as there have i the resources at the disposal of continue the indispensable service graduates and 22 per cent had less was not possible to get plants to In extreme cases to hold It thirty
than high school education.The live on acreage sufficient to minutes to roll of ber.
of the Red Cross.A KINDERGARTEN II pro- longer a car
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xn in more prosperous years. I the Florida farmer and grower of REOPENS
''erbaps the old fellow, feeling the fruits and vegetables. These resources drive wUl be made during Jan- average white school teacher duce as many early berries this lies; to put an Inspector at Bald.
received from $500 to $1,500 a season as last. win to that
to obtain see strawberry cars
the ten
uary additional
chUdren's"pplness
'aponslblllty of so many he summarized as being a Mrs. George W. Kenly will re-
school year for his, services, al-
members in have the required amount of Ice'
" played safe and was one longer growing season than that Bradford County. sume her kindergarten again on
though a few received from $100to
placed In them at time of
( the few persons in the country enjoyed by other states, adapt- ZOO Jan. 2nd. She v.:ill be glad to have Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner initial
$ and a few others received
GAS USED IN COUNTY icing; to have roof on platform at
dabble In the stock
So did not ability of soil condition. for specified new pupils start at that time.
INCREASES IN NOVEMBER as high as $3,500. The average Dies At Home Sunday Lawtey recovered; to see that cars
,arket during the boom. farm and dairy activities and teae received In addition to the regular kindergarten -
negro er from $300to
ordered for
Seldom before have the needy in the climatic conditions that make work, pre-primer Instruction Monday's loading are>
"11 community been remembered it possible for the Florida agri- Bradford County used 48,523 $750 for the school year. will be given to the children Mrs. Debbie Gardiner, wife of not Initial Iced until Sunday night; iM
i they were this Christmas. Al- culturist to produce foodstuffs I.gallon? of gasoline during the term The in average white length of the school who will be old enough to en- Judge George A. Gardiner, county to handle car lot shipments, when
month of November Increase of schools was 170 there are six: or more cars
an on a;
of Bradford died
there communityee ter school Judge County,
iough was no when almost all the remainder of next September. p
6,047 gallons over the amount days; in negro schools, 162 days, special train to Jersey City to Insure
< ,, churches and welfare organl- the country is in the> grip of win- con- and for both races 167 I Sunday night at 9:30: o'clock at ,
itlona did much good work In ter weather and the ground either sumed in October days. CARD OF THANKSWe her home near Starke. Al- second morning delivery.

lung up baskets for distribution dormant, frozen. or covered. with Figures for the State, however, !: J- though she had been In failing .
i the poor. More than thirty baa- snow. show a decrease, 13,542.849 gal METHODIST.,7IURCiIDr wish, to thank our many health for several years, Mrs. AT THE STARKE HOTEL
packed with everything that I Surveying the Florida field, the I lons being used in November as A. R. Warwick' will preach friends who showed us kindnesses Gardiner's death was unexpected, -
uld be desired for a Christmas speaker said that Alachua Countynow compared with 15,694,183 gallonsin Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at during our recent bereavement, and a shock to the whole commun- Guests registering at the Starka!

nner, were handled,through these stands in third place in gen- October. the Methodist Church. There will and we wish to express appreciation ity.Mrs. Hotel recently were:
ganlzatlona, and more than the eral farming and in ninth place in Motorists during November paida be no evening services. W. F. for the many beautiful flow- Canner had been a life long Mi, and Mrs. W. T Meyers.
ual number were given to the combined production of fruits and total of $1,087,999.43 into the Jones, pastor of the> church is ers. resident of Bradford County. She Spartanburg, S. C.; Miss Jose
edy by Individuals. The Starke vegetables. He pointed out that State treasury from the .even-cent spending several days in Winter Judge. Geo. A. Gardiner was born February 1, 1880, and phine Meyers, Spartanburg, S. C.? 4
clfare Association packed eigh- the immediate problem in this gasoline tax. Haven and Miami. and: family. lived In this county ever since. Mr. and Mrs E. M. Jones, Wick "

'0 baskets, the Methodist Church state as elsewhere, is the serious She was married to George A. liffe. Ohio: Mr. H. S. Chester t'
eked eleven, and others were do- drop in prices, now amounting to Gardiner, April 11, 1897 and to this Wickllffe, Ohio; Mrs. Mettle Ris.: '
ted by the Christian Endeavor approximately fifty-four per centas union were born two children. She gelman, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mrs. M. P 4;
a I pupils of the senior high compared with the peaks of F f Tragedy of "Last Mile" 7] had been a member of the Christian Z. Armstrong, Mrs. Luke Shaw ;! ,
lOOl. 1928 and 1929, the value of pro Church since childhood and Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Martha Pat-
Christmas day was the usual ducts slumping from around was an active worker in church terson and daughters, Ruth, WIN
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let event in Starke, It being prl- twelve billion dollars to less than = l' affairs until a few years ago when ma and Alice, Cleveland, Ohio; "!

irlly a day when family groups five billion for the United States. By L. F. CHAPMAN: the pulse beat fast.x x :x end is gained and it is good to say her health began to fall. Mr. Charles Williams, Dayton.. *'
tier and enjoy being with each In this decline he pointed out Superintendent, Florida State But the gang attempted one that when the end is gained, the Funeral services were held Tuesday Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Holms k
,er. Many went for drives in that citrus has perhaps suffered Farm. holdup too many. The victim In a inmate goes back to civil life I afternoon at two o'clock from Ithaca, N. Y.; Mra. Amy B. Blackman t
e afternoon, because of the warm less than any other farm product, Tallahassee, Dec. 24.-In one of rush of anger resisted, and a gun without any disposition to take up the: Christian Church. Rev. John Ithaca, N. Y.; Mra. W. O. .,'
ather, but there were none ofe due partially to the increased use the novels of Joseph Conrad Is the belched forth death in the excite- again the habits of such wild adventure Mullady and Rev. J. B. Dickson, Byers, Coraopolla, Pa.; Miss :Mar. (
usual holiday accidents to mare of orange Juice and the packingand account of storm-beaten ship, ment-and so the adventurous both of Jacksonville and old garet Robertson, LJnesvllle, Pa; 'i} I
pleasure of the day. preserving of grapefruit hearts staggering under the load of wind youth is In the death row waiting When inmates revert to former friends of the Gardiner family, of- Mrs. P. E. La Verne, Beaver Falls, } '
Monday was officially a holidaythe and grapefruit juice. I and water which made port at last, the'chair. xxx practices, It is evident that thereIs ficiated. Interment was made in Pa.; Mr, D. T. Gleason, Coraopolla. a '
State, but there was much New hindrances mentioned in- only to strike a Jagged rock and Now if some where. .along that a weakness that Is all but fatal. the Crosby Lake Cemetery under pa.; Mr. and Mra. L. M. Ogden. $
Terence of opinion among local clude the tariff walls and a stead- : sink with all on board at the mouthof primrose path of lawless dalliance Upon this fact is established the the direction of the DeWitt C. Richmond, Va.; Mr. and Mra. B.H4Ro&ers. :

stneas men. Some remainedsed ily decreasing export trade, due in the harbor x x x some forceful hand''bad called a Baumes Law which in some states Tones Company. Mr. Robert Rogers, Oak-
, all day, some closed during large measure to unfriendly trade In some such fashion do certain alt, it would have 'been the provided that four convictions de- Active pallbearers were: C. A. boro. N. C.; Mr. R. B. Heard, Mr.
e afternoon, and some remaineden barriers. But Mr. Clayton saw men and women make their un- friendliest of all friendly acts x x mand a life sentence. It is con- Knight A. S. Crews, D. E. Knight, Chas. Heard, Mr. Walter Heard.
until night, in spite of the bright spots for Florida in the. certain ways through life's shift- x tended that If a man la convictedfour W. J. Epperson, N. D. Wainwright, I Erie, Pa.; Mr. Ernest Cotton, Mi> '' '5

nerally deserted, appearance of lengthy strawberry season, ex- ing lanes. It is not given to every It often has occurred to me that times, it shows that there Is E. W Hayes. Honorary pallbear. ami. 1. }
e streets. tending from December Into April, one to see plainly the goal from the Prison Division of the State, no disposition to maintain a due era were: G. W. Alderman, W. W. S- i ,1
.S a reasonable demand for fresh the first. Their lives are what with the State road camps and regard for the rights of others andthat Balsden, A. Z. Adklns, J. M. MRS. W. B, KUHLMrs. i ,

VIL SERVICE EXAMSTO winter vegetables, production of they are unfortunately, because Raiford as two main activities, is with this old tenet absent ab- Brownlee, G. C. Livingston, E. S. .
W. B.
BE GIVEN SOON better livestock and of dairy pro- fate and selfishness bring on that very same friendly band ex sent It is best for the social order Matthews. Kuhl died at bee
ducts through gradual eliminationof storms in the> midst of the jour- tended in many many cases to that the culprit be locked up for Surviving Mrs. Gardiner are her home In Leesburg Monday. Funeral ;,

The United States Civil Service the cattle tick, and, what he ney, and In struggles and battledo atop the headlong rush of many the remainder of his life. husband, her father, Hansford services were held Wednesday; 1 'f. { "
mmlaslon has announced open termed of great Importance the they make their way towardthe young men. if a sentence to Ral State Can Demand Death Austin, her brother Lacy' H. Austin afternoon at 3:30 o'clock; Interment j, ., r
npetitlva examination as fol- live at home program as appliedto end, find at last that bitterness ford has the effect of halting a Perhaps some are questioningthe all of Starke, and two daugh- was In Lone Oak Cemetery { .
vs: the farm, a program that is ends In death. I career that might lead sooner or propriety of the law demandingthe tern, Mrs. Zack Roberta and Mrs Mrs. Kuhl is survived -toy her: }

Junior' Medical Officer (Interne), enabling wage earners now out of There Is no more perfect Illustration -' later to' the electric chair, who execution of a man. Into this W. B. Yelvlngton, both of Has- II husband:. Hodges, two of daughters. Mrs. R. l, r l.

000 a year, less $60 a year for work In the towns and cities to go of this than those lives shall say that Ralford Is not the controversy I have neither the die* Ings. erine Leeaburg, Mra. Kath. ) ,l"'
that end In the electric chair. All friendliest of all acts Those from out of town who attended McCloud of Flomaton, Ala.. j
asters and less a furlough de- back to the farm where they can friendly per. position nor tbe right to enter.
and ,
'tlon of 8 1-3 per cent and re- at least obtain food and shelter. i the circumstances of these lives formed by this sunny Southern The people of the State must decide the funeral were: Mr. and three sons, Victor, Walter ana "
-ment deduction of 3 1-2 Another encouraging develop.. never can be known. At a given I State: ? Who can tell how many this question and the servantsof Mrs. Harry Pilllcer, Mr. and Mrs Harry KuhL v
per instant the electric switch off have been saved from W R. Bryce Mrs. Auther Pelllcer.Mra. Mr. and Mrs. Kuhl were, at one j ij:
't: St. Elizabeth's Hospital, ment mentioned la the splendid cuts the chair by the State must carry out their
whlngton, D. C. work done by the girls and boys all chance to complete the telling the physical act of imprisonment In decisions. However- it might not Emma Roeflle Balllv.. Mrs. A. C. time residents of..Starke. .t If.:

Senior Physical Oceanographer, enrolled all over Florida in the xxx: the institution at i Raiford l'' be amiss to declare that there can I Padgett, Mr. Sanches, Mr. COUNTY COURT POSTPONED
MO a year, less'a furlough de- 4-H clubs. In this rising generation Recently a young man was Merciful PunishmentBy be To question of the right of the I Mrs.Carl Badger, Hastings, Mr. and 2
Froe
tier brought to Raiford under the death this same token effort State to demand the death Buddlngton, Mra. Pearl
of 8 1-3 per cent and re- of young farmers he saw the every penalty The December term of
wient deduction of 3 1.2 per greatest hope for Florida's agri I sentence. Far under thirty, of put forth by the hands of the PrIson if it deems such a penalty proper, G.Perry> C. Livingston of Mlddleburg, and, Mr.Mrs.and Frank Mrs. court, which was to be held county Tue..o-; J<, yl,
rt; U.UT3, Coast Guard Station, culture. good apearance, having had more Division to so influence the men for the State may on occasion demand
Carter of day, was postponed on account of
ads Hole, Mass. 'than the usual educational advantages and women committed In its care all that the citizens have; in Tampa Mr. and Mrs. r
A. R. Austin of Jacksonville.RED the death Sunday of Judge Geo.A. a
!Engineer' In charge of Helium MRS. J. M. GRIFFIS and probably of good fam- has as its one object the swift war this right la invoked and prop Gardiner's wife. 4
riWcatlon Plant $3,600 a year, ily, it was a thing of moving pityto return to normal thinking and nor- erty, liberty and even life may be Witnesses and those summoned
9 him placed In the death mal behavior. Punishment I Is used taken in wholesale CROSS TO MEETA
a furlough deduction of 8 1.3' Mrs. J. M. Griffis, thirty-eight see row. quantities. for Jury duty were Instructed to
cent and retirement deduction I'years old, of Ralford, died Dec. 20, One Holdup Too Many I for no other purpose. It It not Certain States do not demandthe I appear in court on Tuesday January '
3 1-3 per cent; Naval Air Stall after a lingering illness. Several times have I talked with : pleasant to contemplate punish- death penalty. Michigan Is meeting of the Red Cross will 24 without further summons u ,
Sunnyvale, Mt. View Calif. She leaves a devoted husband him. And in my own mind never ment, and no officer or guard finds such a State. But It may be ques- be held In the Woman's Club, ".
E Es
*1 State. except Delaware. and father and mother, Mr. and once did it enter his mind that It pleasant or even congenial. But tioned whether a life sentence is Tuesday afternoon, January 3rd at PINE LEVEL CHURCH '6 r
"*, Maryland New Hampshire Mrs. W. H. Buchanan of Eastman, he would be one of the few unfortunates is not punishment merciful after not a more cruel death than a 3 o'clock.Mrs. I .
raiont Virginia and the District Ga., one daughter. Gussie Bernice, whose bodies would be I all. if perchance It bring to a close swift and painless one. And if the Raymond, Secy. There will be New Year's er. 1
Columbia have received less and three sons J. L., Aubrey Eu- carried from the chair room after ;before serious consequence fall, the penalty of death be for the pur- vices at Pine Level Church Sunday :
l/1 their share of appointments gene, and Julian.Interment such an ordeal as few even care 'career that might lead to real disaster pose of deterring others from committing Fort Myers-Material being unloaded Jan. 1. Dinner will be served !
'the apportioned departmental was in Bethlehem to witness. With him, it was an I ? certain acts, then perhapsthe for proposed $200,000 Federal on the grounds. W. E. flail, pas. I s
"Mat Washington. cemetery, Columbia County near adventure at first-tbe theft of a I It must b* remembered that of- more severe the penalty the building. tor. Everybody invited. 4
Lake City Dec. 2L at 3 p. m. Rev.> car, perhaps; followed by the exhilaration :ten Inmates have had no training more effective will be the deter- .
DISCOUNT EXPIRES SOON L. C. Hemingway of Starke of- of getting away with It. :,In obedience for..many years, If rence. Lee.burg-Florlda Grape Growers Plant City 41 carloads fruit
ficiated. Then another car. After that the ever. It is not easy for them to However, such things may be, Association held midwinter conference shipped from here during recent ,
!'he three percent: discount on Wilson Funeral Home of Lake robbery at night of some store or adapt themselves to the strict reg- the law of this State la fixed at here recently. four-day period. w

Trent state and county taxes al- City was in charge of arrange-: residence. xxx: ulations and regimen established in present so as to provide the pen- sr
vect through the month of De- menta. Then with two or three others, the road camps and at Raiford. alty of death by the electric chair. 8t Aug-usUn-Survey made of Panama City Bet-O-Blend
ber. will expire this week. Tax all armed for the first time the Sometimes they resist or grow And so the sad procession is form San Sebastian River... King Street Coffee Co., dealers In coffee, tea. s,
fetor C. A. Knight has an- Glfford-Plans under way to rebuild holdup of a filling station and the sullen, or attempt to escape. In ed and the pad rites are attendedby bridge. and spices, opened on First street.I
''raced, Those who can possibly Acme Fruit Co., plant, destroyed excited chase In automobUes, which some cases It requires) many 12 witnesses. It Is a terrible
* up will save a considerable by lIre+ ended in his favor because he was months, and even years to open thing. Few who witness one execution Hollywood Repaving of Hollywood Eustis W. L.. Cartwrlght, of "
" by doing ao Mr. Knight riding with his pal in the fastest their eyes to the effort of the Prison care to witness the second. Boulevard from Park View Grand View Hotel, announced. -. x'

'' taxes have been coming says in I Delray Beach Effort being car. A gay Ufa. A swift Ufa. A,i Division Continued on He :e4 *. HeM Coast Carnal bridge euiiie; of dining loom trader !seat ..N

V U so far this ;year. made to secure more street lights. life to take the breath and make I But In the end, in most cases the ,( page S.). propo ec1. plan.

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE!>, FLORIDA FRIDAY
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l'' J io-; Shaw;; Songs, Up ;;; the program was given at the Christian MIss Flora Conoly left Friday to I Winter Park P- ,, -j
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HAMPTON DOUBLE RUN Housetop, third grade; Christmas BOOTSEY'S BEACH church on Christmas eve night spend the holidays in Green Cove son opened service ulh
station
Geography Lesson, Leitha Kelley I I and was followed by a communitytree. Springs with relatives. ner Fairbanks ana ,atc''
Ml.. A'. Nlm..... Cor. Ml. Hoot ItrOOTU, Car. I and Winifred Hazen; St. Nick, Sam 10 Ganblna. Car Both were enjoyed by a Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and fam- nues. Orlando a<
" Mott; Candle Time, Hazel Thomas; number of people of our community ily had as Christmas dinner guests

} Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown off Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Griffla of I The Christmas- Birthday, Betty Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Green, Mr. and Cocoa Railway E T..r
Chicago, are the guests of Mr. Lawtey were guests of Mr. and Pardee; God Bless the Master, Mil- Jacksonville' and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Margaret Dodd who is attending Mrs. W. M. Wimberly, Mr. and Agency to establish '

t ... t' Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Z. Mrs. Lacy Rigdon Sunday.Mr. dred Stokes; Christmas Bells Darby Gaskltas and baby daughter, college at Tallahassee IS Mrs. Nelson Green, :Miss Freddy Magnolia street. offices at
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ti Brown. Clyde and Effie Orlffla of (Longfellow's) Janle Mae Quar- of Little Springs, spent Christmashere spending the Christmas holidays Wimberly, Oleeta and Ruby Green -
The following: letter was received New River were visitors in this rels; Santa Claus, Joyce Atkinson; as guests of their mother, with her parents. Rev. and Mrs. S. of Starke.E. Loan of $600.000bWd;
M by the principal of the Hampton section Sunday night. 0, Christmas Star, Marlse Crosby; Mrs. Jean Gaskins, and family. H. Dodd. Prescott was a business visItor Finance tr
State Board of Gun Drill and 9th Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Summersand to Starke Thursday. completion Corp.
school from the Misses Rose and Lossie Anderson 8th grade boys; Mrs. Georgie Griffls of Rosedole of Tampa.ClcllrWa;
son, Carlos, of Providence Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberlyand Causeway.
Education: of Lawtey were visiting Millie Christmas Spelling, Kelmer Bax- spent Sunday here with her.daughter -
I* H. Futch, Judd Saturday afternoon. ter; While Shepherds Watched Mrs. M. L. Thompson. spent. Christmas day with her children of Nichols, arrived
Principal Hampton Elementary Misses Mary Jane and Lots Judd Their Flocks, Juanlta McQauley; Little Miss Margie Thompson brother, Mr. A. L. Sullivan and Monday for a visit with relatives. Winter Haven COlltracta-
of and Doris Christmas Tree W. family. Mrs. Nelson Green and children for exhibition
School were guests Boots Getting a J. spent a few days last week at halls to be
Mrs. J. P. Sullivan returned Sat spent Thursday here with relatives. for fifth erec
Hampton Florida: Brown Sunday. Kelley; Christmas Wants, Leona Rosedale visiting her grandparents annual Florida
I have the pleasure to inform I Tillman; Christmas Acrostic, second Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Griffla. urday from a visit in Miami and Mrs. Pearl Snydcr and Messrs. Festival to be held here Jan Ora
you officially, that your school has : Grads Boys; Christ Joy, Veda Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gaaklna, Mrs. spent Christmas with her son, A. Hawkins, Jarvis and Seymour visited 2428.
1 been placed upon the accredited Stokes; When Christmas Comes, L. Sullivan and family.Mr. friends here Sunday. -
LITTLE SPRINGS ,,1. J. Norman, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. -
standard elementary Ovid Lewis Positive Jesse Adklns\ of Jacksonville Stuart
Hat as a regular ; Brunnell Crawford and baby and Mrs. R. N. Dlxle-Pelicaa
f school for the year ending: Willie Mae New-some, Cor. Morgan; Christmas Eve, Gordon Crawford, were visitors to Starke' spent Christmas with his sis Stuart Club study room to be j dining room opened.RockledgeNew Ho
i June 30th, _1933, and Hampton Hodge; Christmas Tree Josephine Saturday. ter, Mrs. R. M. Hersey and family.Mr. established at local high school. -
Junior School has been accreouea McNeal: Dialogue. PoPonlnar Corn. and Mrs. W. T. Zeigler and
Louie and Indian
Thomas Murrhea. J
Mr. and .14r.. Bill Newsome and ,
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by the State Board of Education family of St. Petersburg were tae: 7th and 8th pupils l ; Good Night, B. and Fisher Gaskins L B. and son, Tommy, of Jacksonville, spent Punta Gorda Paving of Herald Hotel to open for season JanJ

aa a three-year B Junior High guests of Mr. and Mrs. Perry New- Allie Ray Waters; Sonta Claus, Ell Thompson all attended courtin Christmas day with his parents, Court started. 15.
I
School for the year 1932-33. Leslie Thomas; Hang up the Babysbay's Starke Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler. I
The directory of standard high some of Little Springs Sunday Stocking, Hazel Morganand Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hagan of Cross City-Williams 6 &: 10
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Norman and
Mr. and Mrs. Sebe Newsome and
schools, and elementary schools family, Mr. and Mrs. Crowbrldge Carneta Barry; Christmas se daughter Cleo, Miss Bertlce Griffin :Hampton spent Christmas day Cent store opened recently. pVt, :n WOD... ...
will be mailed to you during January crets, Doris Cassels; Song, Santa'sHeralds and mother Mrs. R. S. Griffls with their daughter, Mrs. H. D. )
4 v and daughter of JacksonvUle, were ,
Tampa-Knight and Wall Hard- NERVES
of 1933. fourth May and family.Mr. .
? the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. grade; telling Santa of Rosedale, and Mrs. M. L.
: i r s Respectfully, Douglas Hazen; Crowded Out, Thompson and children were visiting and Mrs. R. G. Zeigler of ware Co., announced plans -for ex-
some Monday.
Perry
s tG r:3:t State of Education. Gainesville his pansion.
Dept. |: Mr.: and Mrs. Darby Gaskins( of Randolph Quarrels; Dialogue Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gaskins were visiting par-
,l plr, Hampton Lodge F. &: A. M., will Darning the Christmas Stockings, Sunday. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler
t, Install the following officers De- Little with Springs his ,mother spent Mrs.Christmasday Jean J. M. Parrish and Dan Hazen; Quite a large crowd from here Sunday afternoon. Lake Butler-W. O. Brooks pur- JT?
)E cember 27th for the ensuing year: Oasklns. Dialogue, Christmas Candle, 7th attended church at Evergreen Sat Miss Ida Hagan spent Christmas chased Lake Butler Filling Sta-

A. A. Durden, W. M., Paul Mast, Mr, and Mrs. Lowry Carter, Ev- and 8th grade; Drill, Deck the urday night and Sunday.Mr. day with her niece, Mrs. H. D. tion from Lawrence Piper.
SC. W., L. H. Futch, J. W. Q. W. elyn and Charlie Johns spent sun- Halls. 9th grade girls. Ed Martin of Jacksonville, May and family.
M'y' Hinaon, treasurer, C. E. Harper, day with Mr. and. Mrs. J. S. Nor The first six months of school was a visitor here Sunday. Mrs. O. A. Thrower and son, Sebring Sebring Tourist club
5c' secretary. man. ,were over at this time and the following Mr. Lacy Norman accompaniedMr. r Glenn, of Jacksonville, were visit- hall dedicated. cUP
Honor Roll .. ing her sister, Mrs. J. J. Zeigler
Mrs.- -Willie---- Mae- -McDonald- mad- pupils were given awards J. Roy Quinn of Evergreen to
y, Honor roll of Hampton public I a business trip to Starke Satur for perfect attendance: LovelleParrish I'[Jacksonville' last Tuesday.; and family Tuesday.
school for the fifth month: day. Leslie Thomas, Jewel Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford Mrs. W. H. Hall and little Mudd'J Skins k
First grade-Loca Hazen, Hue 1!I Prescott, Marie Dyal. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. B. daughter, Carne Mae, went to visit x
N:' Swindle, John L. Hall. The following acted as Santa's Johns at Woodlawn Sunday night. relatives at Plant City Sunday.A 1 de
;y Second Grade-Walden Wads helpers, each being the best all We are very sorry to hear that nice Christmas program was Willf"
u worth, Marguerite Houser, Charles RISING around! pupil In his class: 1st, Wilson little Kenneth Thompson, son of given at the Baptist church Fri

Parker. Green, second, Kelmer Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Thompson of day night. A large crowd enjoyedthis
Fourth Grade-Marie Taylor. Mm. II. M. Mena.. Cor. third Douglas Hazen fourth Leas- this is affair. I
place, very ill with diphtheria -
'. Fifth Grade-Margie Hall. ton Tyler fifth, Joella Barry, sixth at the.home of his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. R.. M. Hersey and TO' your ears In woAverr -
Sixth Grade-Leila May Spark. F. M. White of Tulee, spent Brunnell Morgan, seventh Janie Mr. and Mrs. Buddy children left Monday for Plant. h4 No wonder flan at high traslot
ass at the \
yon wit
Christmas here with relatives. ,
man, Arthur Morrow Myrtice Mae Quarrels, eighth Audrey Polk, Starling of Greenwood. We all wish City. am hark at the ehUdren.
s' Fred Hal made business
Hall. lop a ninth Johnnie Ree Cone (absent), him a speedy recovery. Watek evil Overwork*
t. Ninth Grade-Wilson May, Aud trip to Alachua Monday. so Amy Groover as next, acted Mrs. I. B. Thompson (is spending .ervw may lead to Sleepleu
rey Hall. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McRae and for this It .Ass, NWTOOS Headache NmM
grade. was an inter-, this week at Waycross and ,
t, } Mrs. J. M. Maxwell Is visiting little son and Mrs. T. N. Norman esting entertainment and greatly Brunswick, Ga., the guest of HIGHLAND ,,* IwUcwUoa sod a host i
: her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Houser motored to Jacksonville Wednes enjoyed by all. tives. I 4hT wmfeasaat dbfetrbaoM
this\ week. Mrs. Maxwell was for day.Mr. Mr. T. T. Blackburn of rela-j M. E. Crews, Cor. Dull!I.., drab complexions.' .. blemIshes Way aWtyeTtary Dn. Mite
twenty years a resident of our and Mrs. B. E. McRae and Mr. John Pin holster of Tampa, was a business visitor here and those annovlna d.ledsI _... WOT. ***** IferriM_Tdkb TM
J ; m a aalf glass d
town, and has a host of friends children of Starke and Mr. and the Christmas Disappear. skin ;;
1 I spent holidays with day. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilkinson your assume' ) a ... plsasant, spark<
here who are always glad to see Mrs. M. J. McRae of Crosby Lake his mother, Mrs. A. J. Pinholster. and children spent Sunday in Law- I smooth, delicate appearance of .... iaaaent itfaIIy saothtDi
Jier. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Gainey of tey with relatives.Mr. exquisite Beauty. This new charm to *vr...s.d nerres.Ek. .

M. C. Sweeny and family are McRae Sunday afternoon. Plant City, visited his mother here and Mrs. R. L. Crews and Is yours NOW.... start to-day. IfOeaf Nsrrtee Is stnMMlo
spending the holidays with Mr. Arthur McRae and Fred Haislop Sunday going on to Jacksonville to THERESSA I t la toafars> -Liquid tadggeiraaasut
children of
Sweeney's relatives in Paris, Ky. made a business trip to Jackson- visit, and home Starke and Mr. and f ailat 'B. h b nUM
returning Monday.Mrs.
Mrs. W. Q. Crews and ORIENTJtl
children effect
n. L. Blrt and family of Gainesville yule Saturday.Mr. A. B. Crosby and children HIM nhoda L.1*ler. Car. of P I same seething:
.. and Mrs. Paul Underhill of Dunnellon spent Monday herewith 1.09 at yew bet store
Mrs. W. P. Blrt and family of Jacksonville, are visiting her F. M. Crews and CREAM "
-- (If Alachua and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Vanderbilt spent the week-end parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey. Mr. Lester, Zeigler .,of Miami G. D. Wilkinson and family.Clarence COURAUO I 'II '
Quigley, of Starke, attended services with his parents Mr.. and Mrs. Mr. and .
Mrs.
H. B. Crosby, Mr. spent the Christmas holidays with 'Parker visited Whttv.Flvih .
I < + at the Baptist church here Walter Underhill. and Mrs. Lyon Crosby and families his parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lawtey Monday. afternoon Rachel' sn dSrnJ .. .f\rNE\! =
t: last Sunday. Mr. J. J. Crosby of Plant City are spending the holidays In Zelgler. Mrs. Effle Carter and Kit forTRUL SIZC
Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux of Plant Is visiting relatives and friends Greensborotigh with relatives and A very interesting Christmas children, FT.Hopk..e.oSon.NVort&: .
were in Starke ..
here Tuesday. ----. "1II.J fot'r:
City, >Is visiting her father, J. F. this week. friends. ,
:Johnson this week. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Crawfordand Mrs. A. F. Raulerson of Okee-

Rev 8. J. White Is the guest of Spencer Crawford all of Jacksonville chobee is visiting her parents, Mr. -, ,
his mother-in-law: this week, and were visiting relatives here and Mrs. H. P. Gainey.
will be engaged in revival services Friday. Mrs. M. Pflug and Miss Mar-
t" q here during his stay with us. guerite Pflug of Bristol, Va. visited I

Mrs. Thorp, one of our teachers I
A BROOKER here Friday and went to her home

+ : GRAHAM at Macclenny to spend the Christmas -
: HIM Vera Gainer Cor. holidays. Master Gerald

"14 HIM Kll Joltmmom. C... Thorp who has been staying with TheBRADFORD
Junior High ProgramThe his grandmother accompaniedthem
+ j 'r Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yarborough following program was home. -
of Waldo were dinner guests of given at the Brooker Junior High The regular meeting of B. T. P.
Mrs. Etta Reynolds Sunday. School Friday Dec. 23, being sponsored U. met at the Missionary Baptist
1' Fred Johnson was visiting in by the P. T. A. church Sunday night. The follow-

s Starke and Hampton Saturday. Song, Jingle Bells, Audience; ing officers were elected for the .1
i s Mr. and Mrs. Olin Graves of Welcome, L. C. Kelley; Christmas following year: President, Mr. L. COUNTY .1I
s Wlndermere spent the holidays Time is Coming Mary Lynn; A. Brown; Secretary, Miss Beulah ,
i here with relatives. Songs Santa Claus, Jolly Old St. Lewis; Senior Group Captain, Mr.
; ,. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Rhodes and Nicholas, first grade; Quit KnockIng Howard Mott; Junior Group Cap I ,
s Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Norman of Lorraine Thomas; Christmas, tale Miss Iris Brown. .
:, HeUbronn were guests of Mr. and Malls Crosby; Christmas Song, .
Mrs. R. M. Johnson and family second grade; Christmas Eve, Ivy A farm inventory is( the simplestand TELEGRAPH
Saturday night and Sunday. Shaw; Boys Victor Thorp; Holly moat useful record a farmer '

Among those who attended the Berries. -Inus Prescott; The Small can have, for the time required. .
I Christmas program at the school StockIng Phyllis Hazen; The King .

building Friday afternoon were Baby Wlllene McCauley; The Birds that lay high priced wind -
Voiles Reynolds and Lee Byrd of Boy's Time, Murriel Presley an ter eggs must have good care. ,

Tampa., Mr. and Mrs. Olin Cravesf I ," .
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'; Windemere, Ruasel.and Carra ,x, ,
.
Belle Norman of Vanderbilt and -.

s "HurieJ Starke. !endtachel.! Silcox of + Do You Know? + I.T' I.. One Year .


icing Andy here Sparks Saturday of Louise was vIs-1 .

1 Murphy Byrd of LaCrosse was ..
r visiting relatives here Saturday ,
'and Sunday. S" .i'. '.-

S. L. Prescott of Ziff was a business :
visitor here Saturday.Mr. .

and Mrs. Grover Rhodes and for ..
'
Madge and Ellen Johnson were +

visiting in Ziff and Starke Sunday.
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Heilbronn Mini Thvlvm n.o.Springs.. Cur. : i- 1 ::


Mr. Lacy Davis of Jacksonville $ 1.50Local .
spent the Christmas holidays here
with relatives.Mr. .
and Mrs. George Stanbrldge

of TitusviUe, spent Saturday and .. .; '
Sunday here with their 5. g '
niece, Mrs.J. rx .L
C. Jones. C : .l ,t \, ',
.
Mr. I8ham Davis of Ft. Myers,
Is spending this week here with :; ',
his mother Mrs. Mattie Parmenter. -
: "

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edwards and i News
daughter, LuclUe of Starke, and ,
Mrs. Cora Jones spent Friday in
Jacksonville.A .
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A large crowd attended the
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pound party Thursday night at the .c ,
school house. : ''', ;"" ''
We are very sorry to hear that County News -
<< Mr. Rodman Underhill is on the -
r'' sick list this week. ,
;, Misses Lorene and Pauline "

"+,; Green Clyde and and Ferrel Thelma Morgan Rhoden attended and Mr. '11......, r.rir.. N.n..d A.Ih..,.. : '. < :; :' ,:Y State NewsITr

church at Saxton Sunday night. rAT en the site Gf this lighthouse" st Leulabure." Cap. Breton laland. s
Scotia, was built the first fire proof building In North)
,! Sebrlng Harder Hall, hotel AmerlesT It was a concrete lighthouse erected by the French In 1731.
opened for season. TM. .lantern .which was originally made of woo4,was burned In .1714,
and was rebuilt the following year of flrtproof maUrlaL Light was"
Largo Carter's provided by burning coal In an Iron pan set up en tripod and the
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Beat Food glare was vlalble about 12 milli out to .... The hummock In the far
.1___ 1 Store moved to new quarters. Jbaekgreund mark. !.. the_ruins..of the!' original' building. "i
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80. 1982
DECEMBER
mac. COUNTY TKLKQUAPH.
STABKB. FLORIDA
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STATE NEEDS --
CHANGE
PRODUCTION (3) Stir well each time before IN POLICIES MAYOR "LOTS OF QUAIL" In the spring in the edge of woods,
SATSIn
\ BERRY filling the sprayer. along ditch banks, in brush and
N. Brooks Mowryat (4) Cover the "Lots of quail this year" writesan grass. If he will stop and thinkhe
Harold surface of
Ben and : leaves well with the spray. Insec the a letter to The Times, H. Clay authority on the subject in a will also KNOW that each t + Do You Know? + I I'M.Ii
Armstrong
ticides may be added to this spray mayor of Pensacola I recent Issue of a Florida newspa- spring, just when quail are nesting
Iak1nK Small QuantlUe. mixture; for leaf-eating Insect 1 makes out a strong case against i per. The author stated that "quailare thousands of acres of these lands
for government conditions
to be
,* Mtatnre Spray to 11-2 pounds of lead arsenate to as imposed found in numbers even are burned over. What becomes of
Bordeaux 50 by the restrictions of the pres- Inside of the city limits. AU hunters quail nest when these
L. strawberry gallons of mixture; for sucking fires burn,
the average ent outmolded constitution and KNOW that if I
quail are "lIvlng" asks this Forester T
In Insects to 2-3 pint of "Black
iTtt 1-2 to 3 acres ex- Leaf .
from of mix- 40" to 50 gallons of mixture. urgently recommends that a constitutional in the city limits there is a FIRES drove these quail to the
the quantity spray convention be called together reason says W. C. 'McCormick, i cities and towns. Quail have a lot
necessary for each appllca- Injurious Insects and a new constitution executive secretary of the Florida more sense than some give them
u comparatively small. A Under Florida conditions, as evolved. Forestry Association of Jacksonville credit for. They will find cover
?, for making small quan- elsewhere, insects are of prime im "If we are to hope for tax relief in commenting upon this that is not destroyed every year
of bordeaux mixture which portance the economy of the and administrative relief, by a news item. even though they have to migrate.
lIIe most important fungicide! strawberry Industry. It Is, there reform of the clumsy machinery, The natural home of quail is in and Cities being the only place
in the control of the diseases fore, essential that the individual and are to break loose from politically -,. rough woods, brush lands and the this can be found they go where
inwberrlesls as follows: grower become well Informed con- encrusted traditions now edge of cultivated fields where they can raise their covles and
)_Icrlals i: ((1)) Rock lime 6r by- cerning the various pests, the seasons -, is certainly the opportune time," there is COVER to protect them find food. FIRES have driven these
ttd lime, during which they appear, the' says !ofr. Armstrong, "A convention from their enemies and where foodis quail from their old home rangeto
,Ill Bluestone as blue vitriol or plant parts attacked and damage I called for revision of our to be found. Densley populated a place of safety, regardlessof I ;
sulphate. done, together 'with the known fundamental instrument of state cities and towns are not their nat the fact that this new home Is t 4 Ilyrtk
pnlent: ((1)) Knapsack spray- methods controlling*oach. On the government would now compel the ural home. If they are found "in not their native haunt.
following pages is given information i lively interest of the best minds numbers inside city limits" some- Consider for a moment what be-
[,,2)}) Scales for weighing out the concerning the more injurious 'in our state. With the vital interests thing is responsible for this migra- comes of countless turkey, and :
rials.I lns'cti now known to attack of the state so manifestlyat tion.A. quail nests each spring and the little -
it I) One 50-gallon wooden bar- strawberries. stake, as never before since the hunter knows that quail nest fellows too young to fly. How
i (Coca Cola barrel generally Red Spiders;. Tetraychun Trlarlua! adoption of our present constitution long will hunters be able to have *
,'i) Red .spiders; frequently become I we could confidently counton changes have been voted mostly quail shooting in Florida if this ., a ;
ill, Either another barrel as very prevalent upon strawberry! the force of an aroused think hv- an-- nnlntAr-----.-..-ftf-....-. -..nAsaw._ ... *.A v ._!.".-- keeps up f "Lots of Quail this L1i ,
or a 10to 20-gallon tub plants In the spring of the year ing public: informed electorate, nearly as year"-"INSIDE CITY "LIMITS"
\leg (not metal). when the weather is dry and warm. His letter follows: many have been rejected among You can't hunt there. We don'tneed '
I 11)I one strong paddle for stir- They breed less rapidly In cool "The thought has no doubt these some of the most merttorlus quail In the cities. W. need
i mixture. weather and the heavy rains of come to you, as it has to so many proposals. them on farms and in the woods
Fj, ) One burlap sack. summer usually very quickly bring others, that the taxpayers of the Countle Perform State's Dutlen where they will destroy Insects and 1 k ,
mla:-The mixture; recom- them under control; but during the state can lift a large part of the "You may also recall the shadow where they may be hunted.
!led I for the spraying of atraw- spring, when the weather is dry, burden of government cost by discarding of a disastrous, bankrupting Can quail be extinguished? Can
; Is a 4-4-50, meaning 4 Ibs.fsnestons they often cause heavy losses. the present costly cumber-; carpet bag government that cast there ever be a time when there
and 4 pounds of rockor They attack both leaves and fruit. some machinery and putting in Its Itself over the deliberations, and will be no quail hunting in Flor-
8 pounds of hydrated lime The leaves turn a pale ashen color place something both to simplify It prompted the convention to take ida? If one will ask that questionof {
fiO: gallons of water. and, if the' infestation la heavy and more efficiently to deal with from the state the right of using residents of other states their
pdure:-((1)) Dissolving thee become dry and shrivel up and die. present day problems."It its credit for any enterprise of reply will be YES. What became of rwNw NodMoJ l lIo/l....
: Fill the small tub or keg The young unripe berries take on is the experience in every however much general concern. the BILLIONS of wild pigeons that "li1HAT although practically everyone who has been In the Cansdtsrf)
water, or if two CO-gallon bar- a brown color and also become business that an outmoded organization Every progressive enterprise, our fathers and grandfathers remember .L northland his heard and son a Loon taw have ever discovered!
i ire to be used, put 10 to 20 hard and dry and fail to develop. as well as outmoded Indus whether of local or state concern, ? What became of the their nesting place or seen their' eggs? The photograph shows a) s
i of water in one. Place 4 The Injury 'is caused by the red trial machinery unfitted for present had to be turned over to countyor Health Hens that were so plentifulIn Loan's' nest _with two BCM_In 'It. + jt
i of bluestone a sack and spiders sucking the sap out of the day production, may become municipal initiative, latterly encouraged this country at one time? Let's'
led! it In the water near the foliage and fruit. The mites them- almost incredibly expensive. by the assurance of stateor not "kid" ourselves.
lUl'face. This hastens the dlsJtng selves are reddish or yellowish In "You .may recall that our state federal aid in execution as an There Is but one answer to this And the Worst is Yet to Come---
of the bluestone, which color and, although small, are constitution, was adopted In 1885fortyseven : Incentive. While the state abdicated quail question, concludes Mr. FI-
Id take days to dissolve, IfLtd plainly visible to the naked eye. years ago--that the Its right: to use its credit, it McCormick, and that Is-FOREST -.
!! In bottom of 'container. AlTin They spin strands of silk which state's pouplation then was 338- placed no resrlctlons on its creatures AND GRASS FIRE PREVEN- rfllJ."IIIIIIf1I1I"ulllr""II' r tYSQ
of the bluestone to dissolve web up both surfaces of the 000 scattered unevenly in thirty- the counties. The result Is TION. If hunters wish to continue 'II / .I ..
29)) Slaking the rock or pre leaves. They use this web as a nine counties, the most populousof all too apparent. Under promiseof shooting the king of Florida game :
ing the hydrated lime: Place road over which to travel and also I which (Alachua) had 26,000 inhabitants state and federal aid many of birds, we are going to have to I (IIi' '
wnds of rock lime In the 6001 to hold the eggs to the leaves, and and the least populous these counties went Into a mad stop this annual spring and winter ( Ali :
barrel, add just enough wa- doubtless also it lessens the danger (Dade, with three times its presentarea competition for the prizes offered, burning of the natural home of I I.Ir..vC"
!lo moisten the lime thoroughly. of the-mites being washed off ) 333. The government of with the nearly uniform result- quail. If the hunters of Florida are I I
tie lime begins to slake con- by heavy, dashing rains. They such a sparse population was simple practical bankruptcy or near bankruptcy interested they must get squarely I ? 4i
to add water slowly so that spread mostly by crawling from Indeed compared with that of -for undertakings that this in back of a move to STOP
time does not dry out, but not one plant to another but may also today. Since then have come time this renunciation of the power WOODS AND GRASS FIRES.Is .
much water to stop the slak- be carried by the wind.. thousands of miles of railways and to use its credit stands in the no other way. It is up to the. I I
The lime should gradually Like members of the spider class, paved highways, a public school way of the state's embarking on a hunters in the State of Florida to i
able, boll with the evolution of they are best controlled by sulphur system, and much else, In keeping policy of reforesting, Involving Give this subject serious consid

erable heat, and finally form If the weather is reasonably warm, with the needs of a state of 1,500-: taking over some millions of acres eration. u I r+ J ( ,. ,
:Irk paste. When all action one can ordinarily get satisfactory 000 inhabitants. All these have of marginal and sub-marginal cut- .
topped add enough wat.erto control by simply dusting the /brought new complexities and administrative over lands, fit for hardly more Arcadia Killing rattlesnakesfor ( Ib-
( the contents of the barrel plants with flowers of sulphur. problems engineering than the raising of yellow and Christmas money has evidently I'
N 25 gallons. Stir well, thus This Is, by all means, the quickestand economic and administrative slash, on which accumulated taxes' been the idea of many DeSoto
aing the lime-paste to a milk- most economical way of com- -which' have been met, for the insure their non-redemption; but I county citizens as bounties for the
jut batting red spiders. Sulphur is most part with mere stop-gap which could be turned into forest' rattlers have taken a big jump
kydrated lime is to be used, best spread with a dust gun but methods. The functions of government empire of Inestimable value. I this month. Up to and including ,
to out 1 1-2 times the quantitya may be applied by hand.. In order i In the frontier days, to which "We have in our state government last Friday, Commissioner Clerk e
the formula which will beloads. I I to make. go through a dust.gun i'our constitution belongs, were pre this anomaloua ttondltlon:. A A. E. Bennett, had paid for '164 .
Add to 23: gallons of more readily sulphur is often mix- 'aervatlon' of the peace, not too chief executive is chosen, to whomwe rattlers killed during December. .Ir
iff and mix thoroughly. ed with 5 to 10 percent of hydratedlime j( often invoked and the administration look for efficient state administration During November there were only
I 1)) Making the mixture: Slow- but the lime is not necessaryto of civil justice in no very complicated and Intelligent, Independent 27 bounties paid and during October
jiw/ the dissolved bluestone In- kill the spiders.' If this dust is I I causes. But time has legislative guidance. Elected first month of the new boun-
Ill* Allk-of-lime, at the same applied in the morning when the changed all this! Gradual and along with him, with no reference ty ruling, there were 25 bounties
i having someone constantly plants. are wet with dew, it will grudging concessions have been to common understanding orcooperation paid. The banner day for rattler
Irtrgorously stirring the J !.1x- stick somewhat better: but it can |I made to the need of change in the are secretary of bounty-paying was Friday when
,When all the bluestone sold be applied any time during the day ,i twenty-six amendments already state, attorney general, superintendent -'Clerk Bennett paid 34 bounties,
has been added, bring the when there is not a heavy wind' adopted, some relating to purely of education, comptroller, just two days before Christmas
tots of the barrel up to COIn blowing. local matters. But while these commissioners and treasurer, each and thai meant $S.50 to spend for
by adding water. During cold weather better control chosen more with reference to pel- Chi tstwae.
Nt for proper mixture:-A will be obtained by sprayingthe liberal sprinkling with water will sonal political considerations than -
knife blade (not stainless plants with lime-sulphur. One check these pests. The water administrative ability, necessarilywith Arcadia This city is making
j> when dipped into the mix. part of lime sulphur to 50 gallons I j 1 should be applied with as great a much Influence and strong preparations to entertain the an-
and allowed to stay for a ruins of water. la .used., However, this pressure as the plants will stand. I personal following might be nual homecoming of the Tin Can I, ', .
( two should not show any spray will taint the berries and Life History:-The eggs hatch more than the governor has. Every Tourists of the World, to occur I '; { / ro .f! :
deposited upon it. If the should not be used during the pick- out in some three to five days and litdcaUy. here the first week in January. .
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turns About *v and.. ",.- .-. *- -
dark, the mixture does ing season, although there will be the young mites require about 10 ------ -v.-- VUM. 0 IV VBbBUllshed -
contain enough ml1k- f.llme no danger to the consumer. Nico- days for growth more when the Is a new political limb which must on the municipal camp I !'.
more should be added until the tine sulphate pyrethrum and der- weather is COOL About four days be filled with a new wealth of political ground and more are coming in
fcr* is correctutlons(1) rls compounds (see below) are also after they become adults they begin foliage. With such possibleeven every day. In past years there QUICKuw.1-I Ar: I
( In preparing good, insecticides for red spiders, to lay eggs. A generation probable, conflicting views or have been as many as seven hun
eux mixture do not use con- but nicotine compounds also wouldbe usually requires from two to three political interests contending for dred campers on the ground during
"> in favors, and brought to bear on a the homecoming week. ( ,
which the solutions will objectionable during the picking weeks; although it has been observed It has
II i direct contact with a metal season.. to be as short as 10 days ,' largely politically chosen legislature been the custom of the city to pro-
tc*. what chance is there for organizing vide entertainment for the 'jh svr
In small dooryard patches which and as long as 35.: visitors 1
!''n%I Stir the mixture Immediate- can be reached with the hose or in Next Week: Other Injurious In- the state government into each evening during the week, and
titer preparation, as It deter-1 a field provided with irrigation, a j sects. a co-ordinated, economical and plans for this .program have been Coleman
efficient administrative. force. ? completed.- For the nest tn ../...Ir. :
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DWIG Advocatf snort Ballot the visitors have danced every t Radiant Heater: }
SCHOOL DAYS By "Administrative efficiency and night at the large assembly hall. 1""
economy has been nearest attainedin
those states which have the Fort Instant .Ga.M *1 IS A
:i- Myers James A. Hendry : 4..
1M Fowa.. GtT 'ate. 1H 1000.. fewest elective officers. Thus the has been trying for many years to
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erne eH D' Keeps 1eu. most conspicuous example of grow orchlda from seed and just
NZ 51 6bNNA art IT- meeting complex, administrativeneeds about one in every hundred planted Lightsnstantiy' 1d
'leu. vMAr ty Is New York. There, only matures.
1 IIH'S Today he decided to use-
OfT C1rJaM ''f.r. WII'f NGeefs the governor, attorney-general and an old car which he reserves for Just Like Gas E '
Iwti'iT' C"i IT---. comptroller are elective. All other trips over rough roads to the
This and Improved
departmental heads are appointedby swamps 'in search of wild orchids. ) new
_'tfeu., ,.... '\Ill!!!. the governor, and form a cabinet The car had not been used several Coleman Heater gives you ,-- !

o. 0'te."MIN4 J TIIACSI in sympathy with'him: and, months. Growing right out of the Model No, IS Instant gas heat at the touchof
I I 1'Ie yti T 0" teals/ WO. uwoeATMs CAVra. let it be said, under this system ragged upholstery of the old machine a match I Radiates an 4

I VOA 6ofTf eM- efficient administrators have been was a perfect orchid. It abundance of fresh, healthful .

sought and found. sprouted while the car was in the heat Portable) use it "
"If the organization of one government garage and was $
growing nicely.
and burns
anywhere. Make. ,
unit has been a more melancholy But Hendry still can't
use the old
$1740
: failure than any other, in car until the orchid Is large enough P r ice It. own gas. Costs less than.
;p.t r Its wastefulness, its Invitations to to transfer to a special pot, and 1$an hour to operate. ?
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'* b f4 political exploitation and general he l Is going to save the flower It Only '
inefficiency, it is the county as it possible.
Is usually organized and administered SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALERTHE ,
In this and other states in Inverness Avalon Teatre
'I which the county system has been ened. > reop COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE COMPANY fhsti
predominant it has been in the WICHITA KAMI. PHILADELPHIA ;
rUIt'A8n.llL: LOS AN0GLCS. CALIF..
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southern states generally. In FlorIda Madison-S. E. Cannon opened
it has been Impossible to reshape lunch stand

it to present needs because Wake Your Liver Bile
its organization has been rigidly Marianna St Johns colored Up /! t
d prescribed in our constitution, and school formally opened. a
can be changed only by constitutional -
+ change. Plant City-Filling station to be -Without Calomel !!
_t i "If we are to hope for tax relief constructed at corner Baker and
by a reform of the clumsy Collins streets by Pan-American .
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machinery, and from politically en- Oil Co. i And ToaU Jump Oat of Bed U__. sea a 1n.ce.gr,rev_
r.--o- s C-'*eyes. It in .4-jr.SB Ik* ... ta.hi ., '
crusted traditions now la certainlythe : ia the Morning Rarin to Go 0. hire .p r.r grak Y.. .... a
opportune time to obtain it, Sebring Sebring Tourist Club ...... erect are rear tnath b foul.Ute, ., i ileee
when the results brought about by dedicated new assembly hall In city If feel soar and rank and tfc.e .. !l lud
JOG .. ..1 k ........ Tow fc ...
I them are so appallingly manifMt.A hall building. work!looks) punk,doat swmUow a lot e.... JPM M 4..w.*.*w*.TOM e5.. lq.ler
covention called for a revoslon of af neat. mineral wmtsr ofl laxative .
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our fundamental instrument of Eustls J. R. Ashmore, Jr., purchased andy or chewing gam and axpeet 1..C.u&7D..JB'TUI '.
state government would now com- Purol Filling Station on ChIlD to make loa oddsoly sweet uv.anu.a.*n*....tan.....sI WIe e' .
pel the lively interest of the best Bay street ad bmoyaoi an oI.mahm.. tk+.tiek.........,.101I.-
minds In our state. With the vital for tfxy cant da It. They only Tow ..ark eednall. --- .....
-- Interests of the state so manifestly Brooksville- 15 cars fruit shipped mar the bowels and a mere mow .q ableaatnNts.edofwheeIS. _" 1' : ,
at stake, as never before since the from heer to recent date. meat doesn't gel at the cause. The -.IdDC the....flee,..,.,.. y' L r
--..----- adoption of our present constitution reason for your dowiMmd-otit feeling Bat...."Mk for 1>.pO.A<*far OurWbUttU 0 S
-- we could confidently counton Tampa -Madison Street Barber b your"' $ver. It should pour out two LNv m*.Lnk fat h._c..n -
-1 j the force of an aroused think- Shop recently purchased by Nick pound of liquid bile Into your bowels Usda Uvm Ft*.. ...Md bbrf.BRADFORD .R.re .
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: stone Heights after January 1st. *Taxta Cost) De-erlptloBi ._. T. xu A. owe 'I'-
TDt. Sac. T. IU A. Owner "
crlptlom
::1 The bride, who was formerly of J. F. Houiar ___ ".11 I' and WH of NEJ14 W of 6c
Stark 'In NEW of SWtf-lS 8 28 -
6 :82 .
: Pittsburgh, attended Asbury Col- Beg 80 ft sot N13 Cor. of ': LoYii of Blk.--19-- > ic..U Unknown -

.. ,SlJcict 1Jj lege, Wllmore, Kay., where she re- Blk. 29 as extended onEn..y Addition to Stark In -
: Map and run S 91
N of Itht'loi
j NWH\ of NWH
s ceived her A. B. degree and re- ft. W RO ,ft. N 91 ft. E __..-____ _18 8 21 T. S.
80 ft. to l he OrlRlnal I Wl1l1anu
ceived her M. A. degree from F. S. Town of 'fetarke ir. In NEVI Lot Blk. 84 Peek' Addition --

t C. W. at Tallahassee.Mr. of HW/t _18 8 28 A. W. Anderson 11.98 to Starka In NVf'A
Lot 81 ....".,.. of NWH N of 9th St. B as ,, T. S.
k Merrill graduated from 1 8 8 7 of Blk. SB 4 .. Lot 1 3 8 4 5 6 of Blk. ill Williams --

'' f GARDEN CLUB WILL MEET LAWRENCE-MERRILL Fredonla Normal School at Fred- ft-:: J._:._M.____Johns______Ad___28 8 S3 John R. McKinley: _:_ IJ.OB Peek's Addition to Stark .' ---
of
,I, kx onla, N. Y., and was" Motor In- Lot 6 8 of Blk. 88 8B4\ 9th In NWH St. _of NWH N
-- I S3 U.
1 The Garden'Club of Starke will Beautiful In its simplicity was structor in Aeronautics during the ofSW3J.M.John.Adttlon _______28 8 21 A. W. Anderson -- 22.0823AElofRrIn Lot 9 13 11 14 & BH ill A. Dlahol p ---_--

meet at the home of Mrs. I* A. the wedding of Miss Helen Julia World War. SW Cor. lot 10 of Blk.to Stark 86 Peek'sAddition In

Davis Thursday January 6th, at 8 Lawrence, daughter of Mrs. Jesse The out of town guests were: of by SlCi Johns of SW4 Add,\ W boundedN by Ky NWH\ of NWH N of thLoU

t f o'clock. All ladies are invited to H. Lawrence, to Frank William Mr., and Mrs. Claude Jj Lawrenceand S by aectlon line also 8t l---3-8--li o r"B lkT B28 6 22B -, F. A. Scott -, .
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attend. Merrill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.A. son William, of Pittsburgh, lot 9 A 10 of Blk. 47 J. Addition to Stark r -
14.85 Rising
InL: Johns Addition --18 6 21 J. tUnknown. 130.4 ________ '
Merrill of Forestvllle, New Pa.; Mrs. Frank Stewart of Silver Lots 1 I < 4 of Blk. S L. T. In NWH of NWH South
s ____ 11.76 of 9th St. -------------28 S3 Mra
= CeJla
A _
Co'a. Addition _
V.'D. C. TO MEETWEDNESDAY York, which was solemnized at 8 Creek, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Stew- Lot',46578910111f18--- --28 4 21 Lot 18 14 of Blk. B Ris- Carter _

4 o'clock on Christmas Eve in the art Stevens of Winter Park, Fla.; 14 of Blk. 10 L. T. A Co'.. lnir Addition to Stark In

Addition _______ 11.011 NWV4 of NWH South ofLoth
Lea Morgan n
Keystone Heights Community Mrs Maggie Stevens, of Orlando, as d SSS3 ___
St. 6 82
Lots Mn H. A.
sr' 4 11 of Blk. 11 L. T. Rlsing88 Dlsbop
'The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. Church. Fla.; Dr. and Mrs./ H. A. Bliss of A Co'a Add. _18 6 _, 3. O. Boyd y w-_ 11.711 Addition 1 8 of to Blk Stark C.. In _

will be entertained Wednesday Mrs. Belle Canova Davis of Jacksonville, Fla.; and Mrs. Belle Lot e otAlk.11LT. A 4,76, NW of NWH' South of ,
C., Co'.. Addition _____28 e SS L. D. Green _______ *
w'' 'afternoon, January\ the 4th at 3:30: Green Cove Springs, who wore a Canova Davis of Green Cove Lat.11s4111a1814ot r.:. l\"lsti 'si of-BIk. -.1I 6 31 J. C. Poppen _

v by Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Mrs. gown of shell pink taffeta played Springs, Fla.SEEING. Blk. 11 U T._ A Co'*. Addition Unknown .. Sl.OS land S of Blk. 1 to land
11 -
W W ---HH -BW 18 6
'+b 'J. M. Brownie "Krle ler'a Viennese Love Song" Lot0&8sott.ofLot 1 line J. O. Alvarez Addition -
IS BELIEVING Blk. 14 bounded S :J. to Stark 8 of Madison -
,r t W and Rubensteln's "Romance, while O. Turner land L. by T, A A W of Walnut Sta18 6 31 Mrs.: S. F. Hamrlck _

,4 r ",V. M. S. TO MEET MONDAY the guests were assembling "The -- Co'.. Addition -----.28 e 23 Mr. Pearl Snyder. ..___ 21.15 Lot 5 of Blk. 1 Wynn's Addition ,
"I'd rather a sermon than to 'to- Bte-rk In NWH
see .
Lot 3 11&Sart. of Lot
Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrln .-28 6 21
Miss
4 of of SWH Olllo Mare
4b hear Blk. 141, T. A Co'
one day; :
The circles of the Woman's Missionary was used as a processional, and any Addition _... _.______?_18 6 23i Floyd Green ___-___ 111.011 One lot bounded N by O. J. -
3nj, ; Fd rather one would walk with me Lot5ofPIk.14LT.a J "rCo's. Griffin 8 by Sharpe land,
i Methodist
Society of the the recessional was Mendlessohn'a ,
____ i? BennattJo 11.711 W by Walnut St. A E by
tell Mae
than the Addition Annie
ICI{' q Church will meet Monday afternoon "Wedding March." merely way. Lot 9 of Blk.,14 L. T. Co'*.IS 6 Ry. ______________28 B 23 -. :Mr. Eva Kllllaa ..-
The eye's a better pupil and more ZT. __ 4.711 Begat SW Cor. of land -
at three o'clock. Circle number Addition _______T _28 833 Grlffls ?
; I, The church was beautifully decorated old to Mr. T. T. Longby
wining than the ear; 8 S of Blk. 17 L. T.
one will meet in the club house Lol.c10' Whler. 5.75 8. J. Tempi A run S
with southern smilax and Fine counsel is but .. Addition .___28 C S3S3 Mr. Angelina
and circle number two will meet in confusing, ex- Lot. 46 of Blk. 18, LT. 14 dear. W 89 ft. for a pt.

the Methodist Church. Mrs. 'T. spruce pine, and lighted with white ample's always clear. A Co'.. Addition -__IS 8 -.1. O. Boyd -_..._______ 15.75 of bete. thence B 14 deg.
4 S 41 ft. thence S 14 degrees -
tapers in antique candelabra.The 11 of Blk 18 L. T. A
And the best of all the
preachersare
L"o' _.., 1.75 W 260 ft. thenceW
Olson, the newly elected president Addition -28 B 22 Ray Nawaom _.u
bride's attendants were the who live their 14 degrees 8"82 ft.
men 1 S of Blk. 19 L. T.
of the society, will act as chairman Miss Gertrude Houser, Miss Ar- creeds Lolsc'o' Addition18 I S S3S3 Nat William ___ lUll thence N 14 degree E 260
of Circle Number One while Mrs. I ft. thence E 14 decrees 8
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Lots 4 6 8 ,7, of Blk. 19 L.
1'1'' '' T. J. Griffin, retiring president, neeta Ogden, and Miss Ruth Law- For to see good put In action is T. A Co1: Addition -28 8 I* T. A Co. ___u.. .n 3.75 41 ft. to beg. In Starke_28 8 :II-C.. B. Hayes _-

rence. The groom had as his best what every body needs.I Lots 1 1 1 of Blk. 27 I* T. Bear, at NW Cor. of SW'4' .
,''F ? will act as chairman of Circle Mr. Donald E. Paingborn, A Co'a. Addition ______-28 8 23 F. C. Semmes ____, lUll of 8W%' & run E 484 ft.- .,- ,
man, of 27 L. T. A S W 484 ft. N 418
Number Two. 8 7 Blk. 418 ft.
and the ushers were Mr. Leland can catch your hand i in action Lori Addition, _28 8 23 S..1. Coleman ...__, lUll ft. to beg. -, 28 6 33 W. M. Monden __
4 DUI last Irate 10 11 12 11 U of BIk In NWH of SWHS -
Howard Dr. H. A. Bliss of Jacksonville your tongue too may 8V4 acre
k1; BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN 27 L. T. & Co'e. AdditionIS 8 U 3. W. Andrew. --__ 0.76, I of Madison at.' known
and Mr. Harold Lawrence.The run, Lots 10 11 of Bik. 26 LT. a* J. O. Alvares rest
bride who entered on the I can soon learn how to do it if 8Jo' Addition I : ____aa 8 113 Ray New.om ___ ..,11LO dene Blk. ex. 1 lot In
,yV", Geraldine Silcox entertained a I L & NW Cor. Bold to J. L.
number of her little friends at her arm of her uncle, Mr. Claude J. you let me see it done; Co's. 1d.Pa n8_ _::__.28 8 23 Chao' C. Armstrong __ 2.711 Peek 28 6 S3 -'..J. W. Andrews :II'. _?

Lawrence, of Pittsburgh, Pa., who And the lecture you deliver may Lots 1 8 11 18 14 01 B1k.8l Corn at SB .i Bay-& '
'''home Wednesday afternoon from be wise and true L. T. Co'.. Addition Madison Sts. A run S 114

3:30: o'clock until 5 o'clock in honorof gave her in marriage, was gowned very _______---28 0 23 Unknown ___ 11.011 rt.E6ottN182ft.toMadison
simply In a model of heavy sea But I may not understand you and S% nf Bik. 5 L,T. 80 Co... St. thence W on

her eighth birthday. fashioned fitted the high advice you give, Addltlnn' :", ,-------_--28 e 28 Unknown ._____ ::1.,11 said St. 84 ft. to beg. In
y >Games and contests were enjoyed pearl crepe, on W3 of & Co'.. NW Cor. of J. O. Alvare.
lines with a pleated shoulder cape. But there is no misunderstanding Rub : inL.: .:..:.____-28 I II Ros. Cox ____ 8,76, residence Blk. _28 B 33 ''- J. R. A Eva Lord --_
throughout the afternoon. The Her flowers old fashioned how you act and how you live. Lot 8 of Blk 11 L. T, A Lot 667 "; nd"db"
r a prize given the lucky winner In the were an Co'' Rub Division -U I II Jamei Byrd __ .1.711 Call St. and E by CourtSt.
colonial bouquet. of Lot 8 of ..Ik. IlL. T.A In Cookaey' Add. --28On B S3 -.1. W. Andrews, :Jr. .-
contest was a bag: of marbles. At The bride's attendants similarly When I see an act kindness, I Co...,. Sub.Dlvlelon ___II I 18 Es.ls Short ___ 11.711 lot In Cockney's Add.
were
the close of the afternoon the am eager to be kind; Lot. t & I of Blk. 14 L. T. I." bounded El by W. H. Mid.

r', guests were invited into the dining gowned In rough'crepe in When a weaker brother stumbles & Co' Sub Division ___. IS'' 6 II L. T. A Fe. ____ 1.711 dleton N by J. W. Andrews -
shades made fitted lines Lob 1 I o. Blk 111 R E 4 Jr. W by Mitchell
room where refreshments were pastel on and a stronger stays behind ft. of lots 8 4 of Blk. 111 A 8 by Madlaon St. _28 8 13 J. W. Andrews _

served. Centering the dining table Miss Houser's was hyacinth blue, Just to see If he can help himp then Lots 1 I A E II ft. of Com. at SW Cor. of Call A
Miss Ogden's yellow, and MissLawrence's lots. 8 4 of Blk. 18 L. T. Broadway St. A run W
was a large birthday cake on which the ,wish grows strong in me, & Co'a. Sub Division ---t5 a II Annie Mack Coleman 19.811 on Call St. 94 ft. S 105
burned eight small candles. Favors peach. 'Their flowers To be as big and thoughtful as I'' Blk. U L.,. 1.. Co'.. SubDivision ft. E 94 ft. N 106 ft. to
._... _______28 B IIMr. Annie Hemingway J
were smaller colonial bouquets, :'c_ ----------11 8 .U L. T. Co. 1.,11 beg .:
were lollypops. know that friend to be. BIk aa 14 f"T. A Co'. Sub Com. 15H ft E of SB Cor.

Enjoying .this happy occasion which hung from 'their wrists on And all travelers can witness that nnklil Ti.1I 8 -Unknown ____._____ UII of Call A Orange", Sts. A
:T.: k Co I ft.B52ft.N
tulle ribbon. The bride's mother Lot 1 of run S 106
with Geraldine were: Hazel Fields, the best of guides todayIs Sub Division B I 105 ft. to Call St. thenceW
---------28 U Fannie Lloyd __ 10.711
Jacqueline Andrews, The 1 m a wore a gown of wine colored crepe Ii not the one that tells them, but Lots 1 II or E'4 01 Blk. 18L on said Bt. to b.ar.II 8 S3 -:1.:1.: : A ERIe :Johns -
and velvet. T. A Co'" Bub Dlvl.lonl8 8 U Lillie Sanders __ 1.711 'One lot bounded El: by Bay
Thornton Lee Johns S. the that shows the
Dorothy one
way. LotofBlk.1ILT. A St. N by land of A. L. ..
The followed
X.. Alvarez, Doris Kruse, Helen cremony was by a Co'.. Sub Dlvlllion11 0 II Walter Cummings __ 1.711 Alvare W by W. M. Edward -
reception at Keystone"InD> where One teaches Lot4ofBIk,82L.T. & Call St. In
good man many men *
,, ; Kruse, Ruby Silcox, Ray Silcox, the received the Co's, Sub Dlvl.lon18 I UCharl.y Thomas ____ 10.TIS NWH of SWy. _______ 28 8 S3 :Mrs. 8. M. Wells --
guests were by believe what behold
i they ; :8aL :
BIk lotsl 4 of Blk.
r Sarah Barefoot, Joyce Hayes, Lots 1 I or'EI4 of 8 80 ft. of
s I wedding party. Mrs. Frank Stew One deed of kindness is .. DivisIon Add. __ J. E. CorpanlngB
T Junior Kruse Silcox Lillian noticed T. A Co' Sub 1 In J. D. Jones 28 6 33 --

Billy art of Silver Creek, N. Y., the worth forty that are told. '---------------86 8 13 Sam TIson _______ 11.011 2-1 Interest In lots 1 4 of
Hazel Thomas ofot 4 of Blk. I8L Jones Addition '
; ,Thomas, Florence S 110 ft. Blk. 8 In J. D. -
r Jleraereau. bride's aunt, and Mrs. Elmer: Smith Who stands with men of honor T. 0'. Sub .- ___________28 33: Turner, Mott A Garrls -

r, W. Williams. presided at the punch bowl, and learns to hold his honor dear; ,.nlIOr"i" ___ _il8 a II ,- Ida Simmons _?____ UIIL. Lots I 1 of Blk. 3 In J. X>_. Rltch
Lob BIk. Jones Add --______ 28 6 33 H. C. ------
P d :MISS RUTH STERNBERG Mrs. C. J. Lawrence of Pittsburgh, For right speaks a language that T. Co'.. Sub DivisIon One tbyt land 114 ft. N .

Pa., an aunt of the bride, and Mrs. to everyone Is clear. 0.: .------------28 6 II Sam Tlaon __ ..011 A S 110 ft E& W
I KNTERTAIN. ft. ,, W 01 Pik L. T. A Co's. bounded B by Sanderson
Rupert, assisted in serving the I, Though an able speaker charms Sub Dtv Bbn ----- 8 U R. JL EUer.on ___ 111.711 Lane A S by Hoyt St.__38 8 S3 Mary Jan Green ----

A delightful< 1 affair of Tuesday wedding cake. me with his eloquence, I say, 8M.Sub{ of 111k Dlvjllioh U.L.,T. & Co'.. One aSby'210ft.B&lot of land 262 ft. W N .;%_'" ,-iB
----188 II Susie Chandler a.711
t" ft .! evening was a dinner and dance Later Mr. and Mrs. Merrill: left I'd rather see a sermon than to Blk. I'f A al :u T.k Cq'.. bounded N by I'rett St. A

( given by Miss Ruth Sternberg'at for a short motor trip, and will be hear one any day." Sub Dlvlalon' o.-Sub 18 8 II A. O. Jenkins '_ lo.TlI 13 by Sanderson Lane. __38 83 J. W. Harrall --
T. &
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Blk 89 L
lot of land com. atNB
I One
at home their
j ct; Iriends.Polnettlas her ,home. to a number of her I to friends at Key- -Anonymous. W3 Dlvlelon' of' Bit.a to .C'T.': -;'"i,1I 8 II L. O. Powell ,_. 10.71 Hoyt Cor.Mts.of at_Broadway, run n, on_A

NOTICE Sub Division -.- jo 6 11 I* T. & Co. .. ,__ 2.75 Broadway St. 106 ft. B
and red berries were Notice I.! hereby given' that the following lands will be sold<< Lot* 1 4 of Blk. -41-r-T. ACo's. 187 Vi ft. S 10B ft to Hoyt

effectively used in decorating the at public auction on the FIRST MONDAY IN FEBRUARY 1833 it being' Sub Division oi'A1I' 6 11 Jas. E. Franklin ?_ ...,11 157H ft to beg.8f 1 as J..Jr. collar
the Ind day of said month before the court house door at Stark. In Brad- Lot 1 2 of Blk.' 41 L> : O..s.t.lot Broadway

home for this enjoyable party. A ford County State of Florida, or .0 much thereof as will b. n.o..ary to''L Co'*. Sub'Dlvlslon18 6 11 John Williams ??_ ..111 St. bounded N by old
.. delicious four course dinner was pay the amount du.' foe!, itaxes set opposlte the same. together with the Blk. 44 L. T. A Co'*. SubDlvlilon County jail 8 by land of
cost of such eale and", advtrFlelne. CARL JOHNS, Tax Collector j --___- -28 6 13 A. O. Jenkins --,- ,. ? 8.75 M. L. John A known a.
: aerved to the following: Kiss Hazel I Lots 1 4 of BIll> 45 and Lots Kachelhofer place __ {g 0 11Unknown _
Gt Taw. 1 8 of Blk. 46 L. T. A Co's.Sub .
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Adklns Misses Rosalind and Lot. ;
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Description See. T. R. A4 Owaer V..t.
Division ------18 8 S3 Sarah Scott __ 11.05 11 of Blk. 1 Dowllng
y Miriam Jacobs-Miss Mary Canova, Com. 100 ft. W of NB Cor. Lot I A B\4I, of Lot 1 of Sub to Starke In

f :Miss Hazel Middleton, Miss Harriet of NWH of SBH\ Blk. 47 L. 'T. A Co'.. Sub I NWH oV'sWHVsWH\ of
I of WfjOf run 8 846 ft. 1 11 Fannie :MoCall : 19 ( S3 L. V. Cowllnif --
DIJe: r.1'0'-B'jk-i L.-T:8W' 7.05
Rltch, Mite Patsy Brinson, W N 145 ft. JB 100 N LotsllI454881011I2. <
ft to beg. ____ ._18 6 III Essig Short __ .11I Co'.. Sub DivisionrEI
q' Miss Estelle Kendrick, Miss Annie South -- A": 1 13 J. It. Wllilams __ 3.75 of Blk. 2 Dowllng Sub
t' All NWH of BE H of Lot 8 of .Blk. 48 L. T. to Starke In

:Mae Pearce, Miss Lillian Stern Call St. ._____--_...18 6 II-E. 1), Card ..._._.,, ... 110.,11, Co'* Sub Division --- .. 6 S3 -Joe Grant _'_ 1.55 NWH Division\ of SWH A SWH of
berg. At nine o'clock the One acre In NW Cor. of Lot. 19 of Blk. 8 Davis A" __ 19 6 S3 L' V. Dowling --
young 8WH: of SBH ______._IS I II 0. L.Raina ':._":""- 40.71'Half Truby' Addition to NWH of-Blk.- 1 -City---Part
;; ladies were joined by their friends ', acre bounded 8 A El Starke Nil Cor. of 9BH' Lot Sub 1 Division Weatherly

''and dancing was enjoyed throughout by Pin St. W by N. of 1"1"1\44" \ W of By. -.--28 6 23 -.1. M. Truby ________ 16.35 A Carmen's Addition to
Sternberg A N by Mrs.R. Lot B 6 T 8 A fraol. SBH\ __SS 6 33S3 -.1. W. Andrew. -
the evening. Punch was served S. Fernandez __._____18 6 11 R. S. Fernando __ ..._.. 6.85 Lot on W side of Blk. B A- Stark 26678 In SWHof of Blk. 1 City

during the dance.. The young men Com. at SE Cor. of 8WH ex. 8 8fU Of lots 7 8 N. Lots Park Sub DivisionWeatherly
W l' to _. r1 : ,
of SWH A run ,811, ft. J. Jones Addition A Carmen'.
present were: Messrs. S. R. Johns, N Ill ft. NW: 408 ft. B mark in'SBH> of NWH <.' ,' .. to Stark In

Harry Tlaon, Eldredge Robinson, Ooltit.: thence JO 174 ft. _c. ., W .00f Walnut St. _..__.". 4 S3 Bradford County: Ban U n 8WH Addition of SBH\ .._____33 < Unkllown --
'' S to beg. also I oer. Lot, 8 tlvja. *x, N 10 ft. or' 1 of Blk. 1 City Park
'A. :E. Wall, ;Milton\ Brownlee, Jr., lain lands (H of Mr. of lots r 12 of Blk.: O }S 114 Lot Sub Division Weatherly .

Eldredge Smith, Paul Knight, Sparkman, A W of Ry. In N. J. Jones" Addition to .' '?;, Addition to
Sanders 8EVI! of SWH: \ ______.--_18 8 11 10 Mrs. B. F. Johns .__:._.83.65 Stark -.SE34: of NWH\ ."- A Carmen'SWH of 8E 3--18 6 S3 E. W. MlJier --

Harvey Eugene Mat- Lot'I' T 8 of Blk.l rilf' ." + W of Walnut St. ----f8 8 S3 Unknown _-,__ 71.86 Lotear9eot Blk S City Park
.thews, Glenn Wood. Charles Dart Town of Lot.11 8 4 61 of Bile. D Division 'Weatherly
______28"0 21 H. A. Dew :. Sub
NBH\ of SWH\ 11I.011 N. :J. Jon. Addition to Addition to
by, Julian Peek; Edd Clarke, Ran A Carmen' ..... E. & Perl''lII& -
Lot. 1846 of Blk. 4 Orlg- Starke In 8E / of NWHW Stark In 8H of SBH oflS 6 33 Mr.
dolph Clark, Jimmy Shackleford Inal Town In, of Walnut"St. ______ of Blk. 4 City Park
NBW of BW _2 1 11 T. A. Brlnson __ :.... 1.08 _; _____ Lot 1
Oscar Morris', Gus Edwards, of NH tit Blk. &lItark. -' I Lotri -A-N" 5 .-of- lot."4 28- 6 11 -.1. U. Alvares ____ 81.65 Sub Carmen'Dlvlelon Addition Weatherly totrke

Gainesville- Fielding Chapman, of Town of \ 6 1 of Bile B N. :J. Jone -A \ of SBH--\ S3 6 S3 Joe SI.trunk -
4 State! Farm. of SWH\ __________-.20 11 H. A. BI.hop __ la.06 Addition to Starke. In .) 1834 In 8WH of Blk. A
Lot. .
Lot 1 I of Blk. 18 Original SBH( of NWH W of Wal- Btump'. Addition to *

-i Town of Stark. In NBH nut St. ___ 18 1 11 -.1.Af.: Alvaro ___, 17.65 of SBH of .
In
t CHRISTMAS PARTY of BWH\ ________-18' ,5' sa: -I'. F. Slump __-,_______ 88.06 Lot S of BIk. 1 Highway, ? ISII-i\4 Stark' __ _.8H_ _,-.-,_._____-,-._*9 8 22 F. F. Stump -----
1'' Com. 80 ft. 8 of NE Cor. ;i -' Addition to Stark ____18 6 11 Bradford County: Bank.: 60.75 Lot. 11845678* of Blk.
of Blkl7&ranWIOtt., Lot 1 of Blk. 1 Temple'sAddition Stump's Addition to .
'_' 4 Mrs. E. I.. Biggs entertained the 8 15 ft. El 60 ft. N 15ft.. to Stark In Stark B In SWH' of SBH' -
to beg. Original Town'of NHH of MWH. and WH ______ *' 6 32: -I', F. Stump ---
'Intermediate: B. Y. P. U. with a Stark In NBH\ of 8WH-1S 6 S3 H. A. 'Bishop H 18.68 of NBH W of Ry. _____18WH 6 13 Bradford County: Bank (1.35 Lot.NEH Tl 8> 1 6 14 101 Blk.-
jChrlstmas party last Thursday Com. at NW Cor. of Call A of lot I of Blk. 1 Tem- C Stump's Addition to
Walnut St*. A run W on ple's Addition' to Stark 01
In 8H of SBH .. .. --
; Stark --
evening. The house was beautifully S3 -1'1'. Stump -----
Call Ht. 149 ft. 8 In. to a In NBH of NWH and WH 6
decorated with red berry of beg. thence N 105 of NE34'W of Ry. -- -18 6 13 F. Q. Hemingway! A Lot.112617191011
branches narcissi and Christmas ft.: W 14 ft. 8 106 ft.E Lot 3 of Blk. I Temple' P. 8. McMillan 31.65
16 ft. to beg. Original I, Addition to Stark In NBH Stamp s4 Add1eto Stark
(candles. Contests and games were town of Stark. In NBH' !I L. of NWH\ and Wof NEW \ In SH of 8BH\ of NEIe--19> 6 S3 -1'1'. Stamp -----

s enjoyed throughout the evening. EAIkul8te of SWH\ _Lot--_1 463ft. _18 6 1o'D. m Knight ..:--::.?''11.40 LOts,/ of 1184567 ny...._ ----of---Blk.--,,,18 6 S3 Mrs. 'Celia. Carter ... 11.35 Block Addition 14 _In___Qaakln__.'StU 6 S3_ L. A. D a"I*. Jr. --------

4 After the games Santa Claus 80 ft. by 4 Temple' Addition to acre In NW Cor of -

came and gave each guest and the on South side sold to to Btarke;, In NBH.. of 'NEH of SBH being' 884
F. C. HollingsworthOriginal NWH\ and WH of NBH\ ft B & ._ -'
S by 890 Davis :Jr.
N A _
ft ,
hostess a lovely gift Miss Mona Town of Btar.e i _._,.._.___ _19 8 U !, A.
W of Tly. '. 1S..8 S3 i- H.'A. Sharer Co 61.85 W ___________
Alderman was the honor guest and I One In Lot NBH\Com.of SWH 46H' ft_ _W__of S8 8 SI -.1. W Andrew. _101.811 Lots Addition 6 7 *f Blk.to 7 Stark Temple's In Sw54.9ce3E34o_-'w. !.NE34_S_-cf9 8 II :I. A. Davie, Jr. .-------
-
.
received a lovely gift from the B. NE Cor. of Blk. 18 A run NBH of NWH\ and WH of dltoh bounded> E by
1-4 acre
Y. P. U. The hostess served delicious W on Call St. 87 ft. 8 In. NBVi Wet Ry. _____18 6 33 -D. W.. Bay.. 1.15 1 Myrtle St. a by Madison.St. .
S105ft.BIft.Iin.N ". iin : _, All Blk. 9 ex. strip of land W by land of L. A.
refreshments, assisted by 105 ft. to beg. Original .- 10 ft. 1 In. off N .Id. of Davis Jr..,, A N by: half ----
the B. Y P. U. social committee. Town of Stark In NEJH\ lot 4 A .. all lots II 6 7Tempis .. line ;__-______39 I 13 I* A. Davis Jr. ----
8 12 J. M. Al-ares 70.10of I, Comg 'Cor Madison ,
of
Lo'.fll; 'roCU-'t:1--8-bFU --- : at SW <
nNW\\%
Those! present were: Hazel Lennon ex. : ..:.. 8tark In NBH: of A Myrtle Sts. A run .
.
Beatrice; Bullen, Marie Tlson, 60 ft El A W I In! NB Cor. 'r and WH of NBH: W of ,. S110ft.W 210ft.N210

earns A Lot T x. BOft. 1- Ry ------18 S J* S. R. Jobn. _.__.._ ..1.111Blk. Madison St. thence ,
: .i ..' ----- ft., to
.
;Louise Kites Marie Stafford Dorothy A part of lot 8 of ,. Lote11146A71314of c said St. 310 ft. to. J" 1Iollfe.dot
Blk. 18 Original Town of NA'=.., Addition n''t' B on GasklnAdd.39 4 S3 B. C. A C. S.
11 Temple' .
Mildred Elizabeth In
Sapp, Hundley\ Stark in NAY) of 8W14-I8\ 8 SS H. V. Knight __ (8.88,, to Stark In 14BH of r ',_, Com.beg.110 !t. 8 of SW Cor.
; Hollingsworth, Martlle Hemingway Com. 10 ft. 8 of NB Cor. NWH and WH of NBH ', of Madison A Myrtle Ste. ', ': 4

Fances Hemingway Fannie of Lot B of Blk. 18 A run I W of Ry. .___________1S 8 33B U. It Liddon n.1II A run 8 on Myrtle St.110tt.W110ft.Nfl0ft. } .
I W 60 ft. 8 88 ft. B 60 ft. Lot 11 11 of Blk. 11 Tem .

Silcox. Doris Silcox, Vera 1 N 85 ft. to bag. Original .y. ple' Add. to Stark In B 110 ft. to b... In Cask- Holti ndorf|
Claire Robinson, Clarice GUI, Annie Town of Stark In Nlflii'3 NBH Of NW% and W 3 Of Add. ._____ 31 B S3B B. C. A C. S.
of 8W14' __________88 6 SS H.. A. Bishop. ?::.;.,.,._ .1..11 NBH W of Ry.. ----IS 11B -' MrL p. E.: Halley .11I Cons 310 ft..W of SW Cor.
Willie
Mae Thornton Mae Raaldano lot on W side of 'l u /, I Lot 1 Blk. 16 TemRle's of Madison A Myrtle Sts.

'Thornton, Hazel Crews, Wyken Alit 18 bounded N by Call I Additl to Stark 'A run W 110 ft. to
St. F) by Starka House A Ben
of NWH and WH moreland St. .
Boulware Mona Alderman, Dor- W. H. Rivers, S by Mad- (" : of NBH: W of Ry. ____IS S3B ,- T. .1. Ald.rman "' .11I aid St. 410 ft. N 410 ft. ,
othea Cooke, Martha Powell Geraldine Icon St. A W by Court St. tex. ''Lot' or BMc.' 16 Temple's ",',.. to be.. A designated on '
lota In NW Cor. sold : I Add. to Htark In NE3H of Oaakln'. Add. a. Holtrendor
Johns Mrs. R. A. Thomas, J. R. Davie I A Son A ). j of NWH. and, WH o7. "Clark map S A Blk." -__191H S3as B. a A C. 8.

Mrs. Q. P. Raymond, Paul Raymond Richard A .... lot cold -._ ,. I NBH Wo- Ry _-_---..__28 S3 -' J. 0. Prevatt 11.11I acres In SW -for.- off Davis Jr. -
1 -
James Hollingsworth Al Clara I* Peek Original V' 1, / Lot. ft 10 11 11 of Blk.81 SBH\ of NBH :..__39 1 L. A.-
Town of Stark In NK14\ ,; .1-, ENH34
.:. i. ,Temple/ : acre In \ of SBH,
Kay Carlisle, Charles Fender, Hugh w.4of kl-f Orlg 6o' I aa Unknown._ .,,,,... ??. Btarke In/ dJ'lftl'fWii bounded B) by D wlln.'.
Lota 1 jj 10UI.1 and WH'Of St. St. A
Laddie LellJeBI&p Add. 8 by
it Walters
Boulware 88 ,. II C. : Add Boyd
Town of Stark In L. Peek -- tIS Oaskln' .._U"e ss J. o. :
i; J. L. Goodman, Joe Edwards NEej4 of 8W14.- --------.. 4 11 Ceo. C Krns .......? ...0111! Lot'l i""l 4""'of-trikTil"Tm; : I N by SW Cor. of 815U

4' Junior McDonald Richard Lnt 7 of Blk. 18 Original f .. r,1.'* Addition to Stark acrestI4n A W; 3 A Of "5H Terr-all
of Stark In Mrs. V.
Town NEST 611 -
> i--S
Long, Edwin: ''Torode Edwards ,L _____..Ja8 McMlllanl- 1i\1".J-f\ : li"d1a t 33 -', Peek.Ferryman> of
'Billy of WH j- > .8 .11. P. B. ___ :. 11.05 WH of : : __ 7.85 One lot ofIlana 340 yardyardsNASby130yardsSI& .
_. .
'
f Blk. 19 a. extended 00 En- -- -" -- -- ." ,, f '-
.
r' Jim Moorf Edwards!: Bill I Lot of Blk. 34 Temple' ,3y,41 1\. L ,
,par Map... 8.100 I .it fi: iota Addition to Stark In I' .n. W In SB Cor. of 8BH 'r.
Tison, Jimmy Moore Fred Sykes of land <> U tJ t. 4 ., of19 i.T.. :T. Alderman
a* a strip NBHof "NWV4 and WH vr SBH, -...._.____-_.-- 1 IS :.
t>r, G. P..Raymond. Mr. J. F. Kick- on Madlaon ft. by til ft. of NBH W of Ry. _____18 6' '23 -" W.vBlCraby.-.I.: ,. '.11 Com. at f s BID Cor. of SBH A.'
liter. :on Walnut St. sold to I*' Lot. 11 ft of Blk.: 14 Tera- ., ,.. of 8BH and run W 176 ft. ar,
A. Davis Original Townof pl.'. Addition to Stark to W line of E. W.,Drlg- ,' .
S Stark In NES& of In NWU and WH ..r'. land th.nc. N on

:" i Plant Cltyt;-" Joe GUI acquiredman&l'eD1eD&af w, SWH of Bllo a.xtendadll II 3. W. Andrew ______ 47.56 Lot.of NE\Of: of Blk.Ry.87_Tern-_23 -4 13 -i i A. J. Thomas ,. '.as aid SLJHf.8sTjfiVre land 343 ft. to a pt.

4 Hotel. Plant., one, Eneer1Mapt.zsaJ9Ep, Rle'. Addition t* Stark. cOtISSfua.4U4t .. Ne
ft. of NWH and of .4A
% WH beg.
ft. -
w Eust'Airport"to'be'eatab: > > EH Stark.of Blk.In 80 NBH a* of extended 8WU-18 6 It lira. XL: F. Johns' .?,.....;..., 4115ft. Lots of NBJ4 4 64'W 7 Jl of Ry of_Blk.____17|S 6 U -' Mrs. Fronl. Clemetl., Las In AIDwey.'ey.ey.o f 8EH 8EH.__..-11 4 31 Mra BachelMa4rtharNNE74sN

llabel1.west of Morin street on Ensey Map .... B 106 "ti.a. 7i Tempi'. Addition to' .t aiteii '2% .
i tFRIDAy *
,, u / r" ,. .. ). a 1 ."-,,,,, ''', ik" Original Tw ofs21tl JEJffl ;- Stark la NE14 o' NWJ4 acres -,-.. ?....29 ,31 L. A. DaVl -
'' 001
;, -...'.'M-"f.tJ.i'.ft'yV'-'liaiA..i' ? ] :, .",'1.\ Pf(' >, "r,' X ',i'j' ..;;t,;'n '., d" '' "
l"n4'F ,1 i 'S"yr ,r, '' u ',' .l
? fiyr .
1)) q',7.w },'fjl, slli/ ,l'4: ''F\ I"t C. ,,1r 5 y 1, ,..

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80, 1088 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEhRAFH. SfARKE, FLORIDA PAGE FTVttSH5ESZS25E52SES '
DECEMBER
FJUD.\\, __ __ __ __ ...... -'-- -._. -.-. __,._ _-'--__. -.T------ --
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Mr. T. T. Long returned Tuesday f when deciding whether to remove

from Baconton, Ga., where ha r the tonsils: one Is the relief of 6btructlon Gulf Life Insurance
spent the Christmas holidays.Mr. LAWTEY 1 Blue Pond to the_ alf' or food passages -

Bits oil .. J. Phillips, Cor. I Ruth Fender Cor. ; the other'la the removal. of Company

and Mrs. H. C. Neff of Jacksonville Infection. N. D. WAtNWRIGHT, JR.
The moat common cause of ob-
Local RrprodentatlveSay
wero the week-end guestsof
Growers Ask Lower Rate On Miss Anna Batten is spendingthis truction ia the large tonsillar
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg. Corn Shipment week with her cousins at Pen called the
Green mass back of the nose
cal .yev The and shippers of ney Farms. adenoids. They obstruct breathIng -
Mrs. Essie- Biggs of Jacksonville corn growers In the Lawtey district Mr. and Mrs. F. Fender, Mr. W. through the nose and may interfere < -, .. -
Is Dr. and Mrs. E. green and Mr. Kirk-
visiting C. Williams Floyd
to railroads with the proper develop- Flower
have put it squarely! up it with
Batineu and L. Lake Geneva Sunday ,
Oar People Biggs. land were at
Concerning and Interstate Commerce Commission ment of the nose, mouth and perhaps ... ,
.
.
.
afternoon .. .._._ "' .U
of the County and Town. as to whether there will be a even of the cheat. Many
Progr*** ) $
service "of Baptist
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Rogers of large or small acreage planted this Prayer Hope head colds, middle ear infectionsand Flowers For AllOccasions :
Kings Mountain, N. C., are guestsof season. Heretofore corn has been church of Theressa, was omitted sinus Infections In children

----eog--- ... --=-=---=... Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining. grown at a loss. Saturday night, Everyone went to originate in the adenoids. Frequenthead
the Christian church to the Christmas -
I '' ab- 1
and ear
de colds recurring
REPORT Mr. C. D. Shank was a visitorIn 0 Truck lines have agreed 'to tree. ... .. ..or. ...- l'
WEATHER Mr. and Mrs. Omar"Cheatnutt, liver to stores In New York City, cesaea should be a warning to parents
Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. of Frankfort, Ky., were the guestsof at a cost of seventy-five cents, Miss Hazel Phillips, who has and cause them to have the GERTRUDE CODBEY fps

As compiled by Starke branch, Mrs. L. G. Powell Friday. which includes all cost of loading, been sick, now Is better. child examined. If large obstructIng s

tj. S. Forestry Service. Kenneth Thomas is spend- refrigeration top- clng and cart Miss Ruth Fender was In Starke adenoids are found, they shouldbe ANDERSON

Week ending December 27, 1932. ing thla week In Palatka. Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith and age. However trucks can handle Saturday morning.The removed properly before perm- Waldo. Fl*
0 39
Mln. Preclp. Hope Baptist B. Y. P. U. Phone
Date Max. Family of :Jacksonville, spent only about 25 percent of corn anent injury has been done. With
DeC, 21 70 U Col. and Mrs.: A. S. Crews were Thursday at the home of Mr. and. grown here and the railroads have I was held at its appointed time. A some children, large pharyngeal '-4' ... .---...
'l'l <47 in Jacksonville :Wednesday. few present. Everyone Is welcome. meet in the middle of
pc 22 Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. been asked to meet truck line tonsils may "
77 57 The health of such a -
23 competition by discontinuing extra the throat.
net 81 58 i Mr.: and Mrs L. G. Powell and TRAGEDY OF "LAST MILE" Interfered

) 24 ; ; Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon charge for privilege of topicingand child may be materially
H Dec 25 82 65 I Mr. L. C. Pow.IL
M 26 81 58 Jacksonville Tuesday. with Dr. McLendon's parent's, Dr. cents per package on a minimumcar (Continued from page 1) .onsll alone ia sufficient reason to ART orAIev BUSINESS IS TO.tUUBtf- '
TO OONl "
ftt
p.27 80 60 and Mrs. T. R. McLendon., of 500 crates. If this rate Is But It must,be remembered that lave them removed.By WHAT OUGHT: 'eJ.oII4

No rainfalL Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edwards and granted we can deliver corn to murder Is a terrible thing, and none diseased tonsils we under-

Miss Lucille Edwards spent Friday Olive Dell of Gainesville, ia stores In New York at a total cost should ever take part In It. stand that some Infection baa

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson in Jacksonville. spending this week with her uncle of seventy-five cents by rail or That ia to say, the last mile is entered and remains In tonsil. The

spent Monday in Jacksonville. and aunt :Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Wil truck, thereby giving the grower a In Itself one of the real tragediesof germs multiply there and they or

Gloria Johns spent Tuesday at son. profit on all that sells for over $1 life. The men who are staggerIng their products may be carried by

B. B. Andreu of Lake Butler Blakemeade Farm near Gainesville per crate on the market. under the storm of a hard life the body fluids to some other part

was In Starke Tuesday. with Marie Meade. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Gibson of o If this new rate Is granted all should avoid rocks in the mouth or organ of the body. The func-I

Red Springs, N. C., are spending growers will be notified throughthe of the harbor. Something of a tion of the tonsils Is to protect the

will be a meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kenly this week with Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Telegraph before February 1, friendly nature should warn their body against bacteria which Im- I Every banter lawyer or Insurance k

There U. Friday after- and Miss Genevieve Kenly spent Kendrick and Mrs. Mary Dover to plant corn for shipping, otherwise before the end of the last mile. pinge upon them. However it j : man knows what ylt
M.
Baptist W. Monday in Gainesville and Wednesday sometimes happens that when infection should be done to protect ,
at the church. all will be asked to cut acre "Hard Labor" PenaltyBut
noon at 3 o'clock -, in :Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall spent age to about ten per cent of former the death penalty Is not the enters the tonsils they be- property.
Christmas in St. Petersburg with inflicted under the come chronically Inflamed and instead and service 1
Mrs. Everett Futch of years. only punishment Our experience: : I
Mr. and announced the birthof Misses Pearl and Mabel Reddishof Mrs. Wall's parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. Farmer BUllY law. Imprisonment itself la a severe of performing their function will benefit you. We can: give
Lawtey have Jacksonville, spent the Christ- P. Dutton. penalty. Not to be able togo of protection they actually consti- I you dependable adequate !Irvaurance ,

a girl' on December 25. mas holidays with their parents, Our busy local now strawberry getting ready growersare for and come at will, to be supervised tute a source of disease. Yet In protection at ones. t

Mr, and Mrs. I. J. Reddish. has returned to acute Infections recovery usually "
Mrs. M. H. Lang and constrained to give at "
I
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Curry of mulching their plants. On account ill effects. I HAROLD C. WALL ,
further
with
after takes no
and place
her home in St. Augustine accounting for every act every -
continued '
spent Christmas day of the warm "
Jacksonville, Rev. and Mrs. W. F, Jones and spending a month with her father, moment -this is in itself hold* INSURANCE
and Mrs. I. J. Reddish. weather the plants are showing an
with Mr. granddaughter, Edith Jones left Mrs. L. V. Moore. of bloom and the possibilities of dread and ..tor On the surface of the tonsil are
Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. abundance youcg ture. xxxBut many little openings to small tubes STARKE. FLORIDA s
Bass of Live Oak, fruit. .
Miss Stella M. H. Jones in Miami. Mr.: and Mrs: R. V. Alvarez and life and liberty are not the called crypts. Some extend entirely ,
was the guest of Miss Alice Fernandez family of Jacksonville, are spend- W. M.U., Meets only penalties Imposed by the Stall through the body of the tonsiL

several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott, who ing this week with Mrs. Alvarez's I Mrs. D. L. Blackburn entertained of Florida. To these Is added tha These small tubes collect particlesof I BOREE GIDDENS i 'IJ. J

--- visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. father, Mr. L. V. Moore. the ladies of the Baptist W.: M. of labor. When the judge on the food that mix with mucous, saliva

Mr. and Mrs R. A. Thomas spentthe Mr. F. A. Scott., returned Monday to U. Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. T. J. bench pronounces sentence be and germs and form a cheesy FUNERAL DIRECTORS ''J
with
week-end In Bunnell
their home in Orange City. Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs had as Terry presiding. After business I names the number.of years and immediately mans. Decomposition sometimes "
add Mrs. C. M. Fowler. their guests Christmas, Mrs. O. J. discussion a salad course was serv adds the trenchan takes place in this accumulated Courteous Service i'. I; ;)"i;

Parks of At- Miss Dorothy Claire Klckllter Griffin and son, Owen, of St. Au- ed. Those attending were: Mesdames words "at hard labor." Now, since mass and causes foul odor to the AV.rrtht.e ..0..... wad ..w. 1 X ,

Mr. and :Mrs. Guy baa returned home after spendingthe gustine, Mrs. Jim Klckllter and V. R. Reddish C. R. White- work Is familiar to all, as we breath, .a condition occurring in The beat far !.... Platt sae '

lanta, Ga., were the guests Christmas holidays in Avon Park with Miss Ruth King of Jacksonville. head, Gladys Rowe, T. J. Terry, R. think It might seem that the re both children and adults. The hair ro.m .... depot .( B.n-

of Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Parka. her sister, Miss Hazel Klckllter. M. Prevail Pauline Harrell, J. L. quirement of labor is not over severe .germs growing in this mass constitute ..t.'. w...*.....,.Stntkat Flu. .. 1

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent I Harrell, J. A. Howe, W. Bryan, J. I .,Nor would it be if all workeiall a so-called focal Infection,, 811411-88-8' Rlircrald. A..ase, hkll
Mr. and :Mrs. B. F. Renfroe and The Executive Board of the Christmas in Fernandina with Mr. M. Reddish, O. J. Phillips, R. How-I the time. But the fact is that which may affect the health of the Jark nnTll.. Florid !

family, former residents of Starke, Woman's Club will meet Wednes Davis' mother and sister, Mrs. ell, Miss Joyce Terry. many who are sentenced by the Individual' either locally or In some PIIONV1 00304F.nVICIfl

now living: in Ft. Myers, spent the day morning.at 10 o'clock at the Mary A Davis and Mrs. J. R. Har- courts are not used to work. Som remote,.organ or through a gen- AMBULANCIQ

holidays here. club house. dee. The local committee of the Red have been drifters, some lived by; erally lowered constitutional state, !

Cross distributed the last of the their wits some followed ways that Sometimes the patient, usually an .

Mrs. J. W., Carleton., of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova flour here Friday and Saturdayand are devious and tricks that are adult, cannot recall any attack of
is visiting her brother Lena Belle no more will be distributed until thought of tonsillitis but suffers from symptoms '
Mrs. A. Shepard spent Christmas and son, Paul ni, spent Sundayand vain. In the common
aister-in-Iaw, Judge. and In Hilliard ,with Mrs: James Monday in Ocala with Mrs.Canova's the next car arrives. work, for years they have had no In remote parts of the body. FLORIDATHEATRE

Z. Adklns.i Shepard.Col. mother, Mrs. D. F. Flow- Melvin Futch', who Is attendingthe part. I am speaking now of the adventurers Again, an Infection may pane "
University Florida, Gainesville of the tonsil In
ers. who slide into trouble trate the covering
i i Mrs. Alma Baine of :Jacksonville, and Mrs.,J. E. Futch re- ia spending Mie holidays at with the law and not those who to the surrounding tissue causingan GAINESVILLE" FLA. '

la spending this week with her turned to their home In DeLand Mr. and Mrs. P. F, Magulre and the home of h!#parents. here. are caught by accident or by fore abscess, usually called a quinsy ,

parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lager- Monday after a visit here with daughter, Sue returned to their Mr. and MrsU W. F. Moore are of circumstances. There is a grea sore throat. Such a condition maybe DEO. 26Th' '

Mr and Mrs. IL L. Brownlee. home In Orlando Monday after a spending the bolidayS with Mrs. difference between them. One an indication for removal of the PROGRAM WEEK y

gren.Mr. visit here with'Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Moore's parents in Ocala. class Is reckless, the other Is foe- tonsils to prevent further injurySCHEDULE ,.
Um-
and Mrs. Thomas N. Miss Eva Grant of North Haven TIIURSDAY A FRIDAY
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and Darby. lunate. One class moves steadily; S .
, baugh, Jr., of Lakeland, spent and daughter, Jean,, and Mrs. Bessie Maine, arrived here Sunday to toward the last mile, while the CHANGED "UNDER COVEn .MAN"

Monday and Tuesday with Mr. Wolf spent Sunday in Archer with Mrs. O. L. Beasley left Mondayfor spend the winter. other la caught by a net of suddei With '
Mrs. H. It. Brownlee. I Mrs. Emma Anderson. Cattlesburg, Ky., being called Hinton, Floyd, and James Me- Impulse. xxx GEORGE) RAFT NANCY .
Phail, of Red Springs, N. C., visit :Tie') following changes in schedules '
CARROLL
there on account of the serious illness All sorts of work are provider ; 1 ,
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee is visiting S. T Dell, Jr., of Gainesville, of her brother-in-law, Dr. J. I ed their uncleMr., W. H. Biggs by the Florida law, from road. are announced by the S. A. L.

her son-in-law and daughter Judgeand who baa been visiting his cousin W, Kincaid. here Sunday. building to bookkeeping. Almost Ry. Co., ,effective Dec. 15: SATURDAY k ,
Mrs. A. V. Long in Gaines Wainwright'who Is stu- SouthboundNo. .
B. C. a
Brownlee returned home and '
Milton any sort of temperament "ONE WAY"PASSAGE" } ,
ville. 1 due Starke 11:17: p. m. '
dent In the University of Florida -
Tuesday.Mr. Mr and Mrs. W. E. Knight and training can be fitted into th< With -
their son, Claude Knight, Emory at Gainesville, ]ls spending the great theme. When occasionally; local. WILLIAM POWELL'Ij'KAY''
Miss Martha Brownlee will at home of his No. 11 due Starke, 9:35: a. m. '
and Mrs. W. P. Randall University Atlanta, Ga., were the holidays this' parents one Is found who will have no pan FRANCIS k
ipend the week-end In Alachua and family of Jacksonville, spent guests Monday of CoL and Mrs.D. Mr. and Mrs. T, L. Wainwright In the labor provided, then punish' local. -'
Miss Martha due Starke 10:27: a. m
No. 107
with her cousin
'
,
Christmas day with Mrs. Randall's E. Knight. ment must follow. If perchance New's Eve Midnight Show
and Mrs. R. Reddish had limited.
Hague. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Al- Mr. V. misfortune follow, it is only an ac Sat. Night HiSO p\ m.
their ta'Christmas Mr. and No. 191 due Starke 10:65: p. m.
as gue '
vare. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews and cldent It Is not a part of deliberate RICHARD BARTIIBLMESS
Mr. and Mrs. Oeo.. C. White returned son, Eugene Matthews visited Mrs.A. : Mrs. Bryant Reddish of Jacksonville design.It limited. In

to their home in Tallahassee Mrs. J. F- Corpenlng, L'Etta M. Richard In Jacksonville Sun Mr. and Mrs. James Godwli Is a delicate and difficult teal NorthboundNo. "CABIN IN .THE .COTTON"

Monday after spending several Corpening and Miss Patsy Brln- day afternoon. They were accom- of the state.farm.. Miss Loren which the Prison Division hai due Starke 8:08: a. m. locaL

days in Starke with relatives. son spent Sunday In Hugh with panied home by Mrs. Matthews' Carter of Tampa bf'', and Mr. and Mrs faced and Is facing today. When No.' :12 due Starke 3:17: p. m. Monday (On tha/Stage)

their parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. brother, Mr. B. R. Wltkovskl. who O. J, Phillip Lawtey, it Is noted that there never baa local. NEWVORKEK'S
Miss Mary Brownlee, Miss Martha Brlnson. will spend this week with them. Miss Joyce Terry, who is teach been a major disturbance in the No. 108, due Starke 5:46: p. m. TilE REVUE
Brownlee, :Miss Kitty Hoped Ing school-at'Bunnell: is spending Prison Division of Florida, then w local. -.--
and Miss Miriam Jacobs: spent the holidays at the home of her: On the Screen'LORCTTA
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott returned Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton must admit that the plans devisee Starke and Wannee Branch-No.
Wednesday and Thursday in Jacksonville I yesterday from Ormond where had as their guests Christmas day parents here. -* by Board of Commissioners of 101 leaves Starke 7:00 a. m., No. YOUNGin 1 i ;.

with friends and relatives. they were guests of their son-in- Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mlddleton Marjorie Mr. and Mra.'Chas.; Dinkins had State Institutions are well founded 102: arrives 2:40: p. m. ,

law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.S. Sue Mlddleton Mrs. L. E. as their guest Christmas, Mr and Since men and women are treated T. J. Griffin, Agent. -LIFE.BEGINS'J
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green hadas Mrs. P. L. Dinklna, Mr. and Mrs
Mr. Ben Dowling of Jack- like human i
C. Cornell. Dowling, beings in the hope that
their Mr. and L. F. DInkins, Mr, and Mrs. Robert
Christmas,
guests of Malls TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
sonville, and Mr. Ernest Dowling they may provide their own release Closing
Mrs. R. Johns and son, Georgeof Dlnklns and Mr. and Mrs. Lee
s. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Baisden, of New York City. by proper conduct, it must be said South WALLACE BEERY .-
Lake Butler and Congressman Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely and son, Cotton of Jacksonville. that the prison system la humane Train No. 11, parcel post 9:00a. : ID
V. R. O. J.
R. A. Green. Mesdames Reddish
Billy, spent the Christmas holidaysIn Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy and worthy of all praise. m. "FLESH"JANUARY
and Miss Lorene Cartel
Daytona Beach with Mr. and had as their guests during the Phillips Generally it is not the effect of Train No. 107, lettera special de-
Messrs. Clarence Andreu, Mr. L. Mrs. J. S. Baisden. holidays Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mc- were visiting In Jacksonville Fri life under the Prison Division that livery and special handling 10:00a. : 8th 6th"FM

Torreutla and Mr. Rangle of New I i Lendon. :Miss Willie Peterson and day.Mr. brings a man swlfty to the last M;, A FUGITIVE FROM THE
York with and Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck of;:
City, spent the holidays I Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Dr. J. Mays of Jacksonville, and stretch In the last mile. It la lack North CHAIN GANG"- s1,
Mr. Andrews parents, Mr. and I Gertner of Jacksonville were guests at the Train No. 12, parcel post and ,
Misses Hazel and Lois Adkins and Mr. and Mrs. Harold of the very restraint provided by
Mrs. Ira Andreu.Mr. A. Z. Adkina, Jr., spent Christmas Gainesville.Mr. T. J. Terry home Sunday. the Division. Had there been proper otters 2:50: p. m. t
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Gllchrtst of 108 Letters special .., ..... ..
day in :Jacksonville with Mrs. E. M. restraint all along the stormy Train No. ,
and Mrs. O. W. White and and :Mrs. L. L. Herman Edwards of Marianna Brunswick. Ga. are visiting rela delivery and special handling 0:10:
Edwards and Mr. journey, perhaps never had Florida aiFrigidaire
friends here this week.
children, Misses Etholin, Dorothy lives and
Roane. was the guest of Paul Knight been called to witness the collapse p. m.
and Carol, and Olin. Jr., returned Tuesday. Mr. Edwards left Wed Miss Lucille thte;. Plummer, who Is at the end of the last mile. Night malls close at 6:00: p. m> ATLASThe ? .

Wednesday from Tampa, ,where Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest nesday for a motor trip to West a student of .Florida State Col' Train No. 1 South, 11:17: p. m.; .
they attended the marriage of Rev. their guest during the Palm Beach and Miami. He was leg' for Women at Tallahassee, Ii train No. 2, North, 6:08: a. m.

: Laurie a. Ray and Miss Jane had Christmas as holidays Mr.: and Mrs. : accompanied by Paul Knight and spending the holidays here the THE TONSIL PROBLEM Starke and Bell Branch-Train Standard 011 + 'a

; Adams, which took place Tuesday James Johnson, Houston, Texas, Billy Graham. The young men guest of her- parents In East Law No. 101 mail close 7:00 a. m., No.

evening at Seminole Heights Methodist and Mrs. O. to return Monday to tey.Mr. about their 102 arrives 2:40:< p. m. Tire GuaranteedOne
Mr. O. C. John, Mr. expect and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of When people talk
I Church. P. Johnson and daughter, Mary Gainesville to resume their studies Tampa. and children, are spendlnf tonsils as diseased, they usually Blue Bus Schedule
Year t tN4NHHNNH
Elizabeth of Amerlcus, Ga. at the University of Florida. the holidays here visiting relative mean the two large tonsils on Daily, effective Jan. I, 1932.

either side of the throat. They are Northbound 9:03 a. m., 1:69: p.
friends.
: tENT AYORDCOLUMN Mrs. L L. Roane of Jacksonville, Umatilla-W. L. Latner opened and Mr. and Mrs. Ury Gunter of not aware that there are three oth m., <&:59 p. m., 8:19: p. m. s I It Ia

Mrs. J. C. Adklaa, Mrs. Brannon Umatllla Feed, Seed and Supply West Palm Beach, spent Christ er pairs,all linked together to forma Southbound-9:34 a. in., 12:3p..

Ogletree, Mrs. George Dell and Store. mas here the 'guests of relative protective chain around the up- m., 4:34 p. m., 12:50: a. m.

Mrs. Boreland of Gainesville, were and friends.Mr. per end of the food.and air pass Ticket and information at

FOR SALE1000 pound mule the guests of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins at and Mrs. M. F. Brown ol ages. And one, or all, these sets Smith's Service Station, next to '' ro

_cheap. j. c. :Manning.. It her Kingsley Lake cottage Tues- Satsuma Orange Tampa, spent the holidays here can harbor disease and create a courthouse.

FOR day. the guests of Dt., and Mrs. O. W problem for- the individual when the three year guar- i .'
, RENT-Five-room house, on they: cause disease in some other Treat

J water street. Alaa;five-room 3- :Mr. and Mrs.W. L. Edwards and Trees for SaleOr Brown.Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Lye and bail organ or organs of the body. It requires Sow Doctors anted electric refrigerator
story house on Walnut street. X Fredrika and Miss careful study of a given
holidays and
W little daughter. dren of Lakeland, spent the Colds Coughs # '
Morgan. 1216&t.< Leah Struth, all of Jacksonville, T.'or here visiting relative and case to determine whether the ton- .
FOR and daughter will trade Satsuma ills are really the cause of the disturbance cold overnight and
DeSba
. RENT-Entire second floor and Mrs. L. M. I nap I need a friends. To break: up a
, a rooms, large front porch. Marjorie, of WUdwood, spent anything coo Ihcluding one Miss Lorene Carter, of' Tampa,, in the heart, eye, kidney "11.! .. tb. congestion that makes! yon :
and Mrs. mule, some cows or other organ and precisely which thousands of physicUos are
Private Christmas Day with Mr. and the holidays here vis- NUll, For sale by l'Smith's
bath and garage or will good milk cow, also corn ls spending one or more seta of tonsils is the low recommending CalotatuuHB the :
rent first floor apartment. Rea- W. n Struth._ fodder a truck Cole lung relatives and friends. IvOlcM
bay or origin. of the trouble. HUM*!*** calomel compound f
onable. Mrs. S. F. Hamrlck. S. Planter, one-hone wagon and Miss Louisa f.Thede who la at' bat give you the effects of calomel and
"
Walnut Street. It* Col W. T. Weeks; Mr. and Mrs. farm tool.. Can also use 8 or tending Conservatory of Music at Two objects are to be consideredP. ..its without the ;ttnpleasant efftcUf '
Service
W,' L. Wall and had a family dinner 10 fat hogs. Montverde, la spending the boll- >' ether l

AUCTION SALE. LIVESTOCK at their tonne' Sunday. Those Tree now at my. place adjoin- days here with. her parents, :Mr. Hal 81ms, world's greatest On. or two Calotabs at bedtime with

ONLY. 10 a. m. Thursday, Jan present were:, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. ing Crosby. Cemetery. See Lacy' and Mrs R. R. Thede. authority on bridge, lectures In x pace of sweet mOlt or waltr. Nut .

r.nary 8th. Bring what you want Dell. S. Tf Dell,. Jr., Olive Dell, Anderson on place.Aubrey Richard Plummer of Miami, is ballroom of Carting Hotel Thurs- morning you cold has vanished, your Station
. tel sell. Buy what need. Gainesville r Mr. R. A Weeks spending the',holidays her with lay, January S. Small admission'ee. >T>tem is thoroughly. punfltd and you .
v. Horses you Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. Wllsmv and friends. Greatest bridge event ever are feeling fine with a hearty appetitefor "' 1 r kStar'ke
Brooker
; relatives
mules Al- Frink
cattle
goats.
what wishDO
r breakfast Eat you ,-* "'
10 dauy eaab.'and,trading mat.a .o >Mr.. and Mm J..JL Brownlee, Mr. and Mrs. C. Strickland of Held in South. Tournament on 3 danger. Fla. '
,'
, 211g National Stock Yards, Miss Martha Brownlee, Dr. J. W. Gainesville. Were visiting relatives and 4. Sir Denlck Weiner and Caloiaba are sold In lOa and 8$0 ...o'mayas

: West Beaver St.. Jackson-\Brownie. and Milton Brownlee State Farm here.Sunday..' .:..sirs. Sims attending. package at drag slot**. (Adv) ,.. J'I n
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PAGII SIX .1
BRADFORD COUNTY TJCI.EGIlAPD. STAnKJC, FLOBIDA.
FRIDAY
h ; u'ARn'a alJelM Y ----- 1- -DECEMBER: 'n, ...

r f !: BEST UTILIZATION OF ._ College hoping to-unearth--- new:=u-;,

covertes
r -f- where
fI remains
I [I | todon camel and bison o.lI1aa.
Were
I dls-
,; ,, ; I ( ) STATE NEWS r bad covered state last or year.preservation Because of the

the
bones were

Conducted I News of Florida In Short been removed. Careful found they"have

; {1 ; tu I J Paragraphs lion will be required to lIIalllpuia.

u ,. .I nd them. Smaller pieces of bone extract, how
f'' ..--- ;: j j everwere taken out of the
muck
\., : *!!:CAN TWIG GIRDLER i line yesterday for and will be sent to Rnf
: microscopic
'. BEST CONTROLLED Mrs. W. S. Caw- examination
9 simple and inexpensive aa possible"will -
,f1 k BURNING FALLEN the state superinten not cost the capital more than Fort Myers Now

; '. \ Instruction, an $1,500. Such information was re knows that dogs and every ore
:. I Monticello, Fla.-Through week she would re- vealed when Chairman D. M. Low miss and dogs always cats are, elle-

:if'' tag off the limb on which : she holds in her ry and Vice Chairman George E. It happened here, and chase rota.

x; stand Is considered a foolish effective January Lewis, of the? Inauguration finance+' story: Several days this U, the
; that is Just what the ago a
pecau committee appeared before the dog chased a cat stray
j girdler does. And she gets by I up a tall plea,
tree at
county commission with a request a tourist
I, It unless someone comes along Federal camp. The kitten
I engineers for a $375 contribution toward the was frightened and
afraid
Ing the winter and co'lects to climb
a of down.
I survey inaugural costs.Wauchula It meowed
all
i.{i fallen twigs, explains Fred Harbor, to determ- second day day. On the
women
at
the
Walker at the
Florida tourist
11. practicability of Carl S. camp started
'I Carlton 53
? worrying
l ment Station pecan insect water about the
channel to
brother cat.
of The
Governor E. third
Doyle Carlton
pi' day:
.!, J;; tory. here.. __ information on their was killed In tlia Everglades Hall of Pittsburgh Mrs: p a.

t Ir, v' bark Tne feeding twig glrdler insect Is, a and wood ;" ; *Army van out.:- YtAnrlftier; ". A while n '- an_ A_ _f..1___. _lr-_v ... u.w1 Stout ff Oneida.. -rXT.-., VaA-Mrs.., ......"Frank.oars.__
engineers at the party telephoned news of his N. R. Holt of Minneapolis
N the larval o0
av' or early stage it The survey was. death to relatives here from Im- a "hunger strike" went
until
on the dead or dying wood of 0. their husbands .
i mokalee. They said his rescued the
brother cat.
'
severed from the trees
's a by the
r Alton Carlton shot at a deer and -
female. The adult severs the Jacksonville's dog one of the buckshots Jacksonville
ricocheted off Her
by girdling it. She keeps life
the neck last week a cypress tree and gone when she savings
penetrated lost
hid
her
in position to fall to the hand
hand axe of brain. John B. Sunday, Mrs. bag
with the Rooney, .Hardee M. Steel of 409
twig. She then
West
i I 1933 budget for the county school Ninth
eggs in the bark of the fallen which superintendent, also I Street Is appealing to the
,
con was a member of the party. person who found her
In heavy infestations made no appropria purse, con-
taming
-- cash
twigs are severed and the The dog catcher IJacksonville and valuables worth
J "A fire between $1600 and
bug, $1700 to
greatly lowered.
crop return
is
o
l' poundmaster who has It. Mrs.
Most of the girdling Is done horses been\ setting vacant Steel's husband Is ill at
l goats, and houses afire. in the negro sectionon St. Vincent's Hospital.
ing September. October and Wishing to
vember. There is only a that roam inside the west sMe"of/ the city, con- pay the bills at the hospital, Mrs.
tinued his devastating 'work Sun- Steel took all her
brood of these Insects each money. amountIng -
tne day, resulting in damage to three' to $800 in cash,, and
young deposited In the fall Sorlnea went to
xnalnlng dormant -Tha first houses, according to rennrta. An. visit her husband vest..clAV. A.. it.......
over --- -
--
here this season slstant Chief E.ls: .. ld-he hospital she told "
Thus,, a good clean-up during t Perry was It would be
P .1 quart. The berries Is of the opinion nome better to wait until
l winter will control the twig person has today to pay
fine
v'' quality, only been the bills
ler. This clean-up Is made by setting the houses on fire and she left with the mon
moving all the girdled twigs to "cap" the For the past three weeks a num ey. When she got in her automobile .

burning them. This can be amount ber of vacant buildings in the sec the purse In some way fell
i any time from now until the ( section is adapted tion of the city have, been dam out of the car.

is plowed. All production and aged, he declarer _.
nearby L
to be
and hickory trees should be plan- Winter Haven

.' ,. .ed-up, as the twig girdler also e the. acreage de Pollister Fort Myers .-i Mrs; Arabella F. long held up to Florida- "California as a glorified -,

'. tacks them. who em an official' tele group of citrus
marketing ex
grapher tapped ,out the "
I casualty parts says the current
> -Sir Malcolm lists issue of
of the Union
I .ENOUGH HOME! MEAT army in the war the'Florida Clearing House News
speed record hold- between ,
the states; Ctad;;
at her "has
finally had to
TO SUPPLY FLORIDA turn her arIstocratic
Southampton, winter homo here -
last week. Her '
DEMAND SEEMS ( ?) eye toward Florida
25
aboard nimbld '
fingers"1 also
whipped into and
endeavor to
tor New the model herself after
Gainesville, Fla. of Indianapolis York, sender's Abraham key the news of President a pattern designed by the growers
: Lincoln'
production to supply the said today. in Washington. assassination' and 'shippers. of the Peninsular
market seems in order since New York Feb. Frequently state. In words of fewer syllables,
she worked
t; ida beef cattle and on the same wire with California, for the second time
hog I his Bluebird car Thomas Is
4 have little effect on prices, the here shortly af- electric A Edison Inventor of the endeavoring to reshape Its marketIng -
,!, r look I I light. methods along the
report recently released where he will at- clearing:
4'':, the Florida Agricultural own record. Flagler house line a method which has
Beach Large bones, been in effect
in
i sion Service reveals. Florida for more
I I amprvrr I believed to belong to
,; pastures and home grown feeds The inauguration historic some pre than four years, and which is dally
the eg mammal, have Just been giving Increasing evidence
Important factors in Governor-elect found in that we
the livestock Flagler county muck loam Florida folks are on the
pay. should be "as right
y by the expedition from Rollins track.
Florida produces only about :I : "
percent of the beef consumed I

the state. Despite low prices

Increasing cattle production in : : Add Over 85,000
i United States Florida farmers 1


+;, + where ment seems their pastures should Income be can able be with to k'R. People to Payrolls of Nation,


L >k ,;. and feed grown cheaply. They ,pp.x; +W=k7.+st w.txx t+ ad h a.w>a<
x y ro 1 uo p 3
not compete with cash crops / dt d' , 'w,,. :.
t are grown mostly on ?+ ,y ..jt:"'>; ', .
'z k wr stXt. ;Jw! y,: r6s:w .Ftvar.'afF,
;' : vacant land. Consideration k nb k< "s .Y nr' .d., f. Y tY dt .6f.t a ''

also be given to marketing at i

: ,young age.Supplies.

of hogs for slaughteV
.i during the first seven months rf

k \ the marketing year which beg

: October J, 1932. are smaller th

last year, due to a smaller
f l pig crop in the Western Corn

} r, Slaughter supplies from :Ma I I'f

'; through September 1933, ,
are >w i oP n '
al 1' 'k .
>r /
: I F 'iP
pected to be large. The large tee p suss.

: crops and the favorable I rt t f
.' between r
? hog prices and feed priceare
likely to cause producers t u

'' hold back more breeding stock an I I
; produce an increase In the sprinpig

x crop of 1933 over that of

t Storage stocks of Non" \
,\ ..w.uwo..._..... .., .."...".. _W"l'e.___pork".A I_ _on ) .

larger than the previous :

but only 1.4 percent above the average ."". ...,,.,'.-' "/' I"c..).,.,
I for the
r preceding five 1 '
s The accumulation of cured '1

.. and shoulders was especially : ; ; I . ;
{ Frozen and dry salt cuts were below \ "

average while pickled ,
r, tocks were larger. Lard 1 ,

f. totaled 34 million pounds f I ... < ,

r was 14 percent below November j "
3931. and only about half the November

average for the last I
.
years. i
ll a
Domestic and foreign demand I I [ t ;. .

for American hog products are at ..

low levels and are not likely to Increase I

: materlaly until some time

after a revival in business. Present I

conditions indicate little reason for

1 improvement in exports to Europe

-, during the first half of. this mar .I
keting season.
-- .I.1

A good general rule for the number roadster climbing hill at General
of guests at a children's party .

ts the age of the child host as, \ "No-Draft"Ventilation system illustrating
three guests for a three-year-old may have Individually-controlled' ventila. ''
,
.subjected to a of air
'or five for a five-year-old. This ( and danger sweep to health.through the car

plan prevents overexcitement. of all l doted ,
I models
screening: all uiv

K. Use hot liquid instead of cold ((( ; .be car. --. '-'- 7"-- -'
when :: showing! of it* featuring longer .
making an uncooked wbeelbaie. new With
frosting I I a material Fisher' "NO.Draft" all these and many more
with //I/ Ventilation and ths. be
sugar that has become lumpy. and many other feature price range continue to
The lumps will I / ulnoa this pansy baa designed which the com mindful of the buyer's pocketbooK..
disappear to
without .*manufacturer the leadership retain. for it It he. been found possible to equip
the I la the
labor of sifting or rolling. In the world. enjoyed foe.four Industry bae the new Chevrolets with. many 11&.0.
I people are back pant fix. year out of the, mente. that used to be confined to
: the company's Oth.r'Ioa'urea oar sailing at several. time Chev-
1 When
frosting small Included In the
cakes hold .. 21.OOO new line are rolef baa price.
them by toothpicks In the bottoms. plant working in the en lnewhich more power la and speed Since October Brat' trained
f; Put the ends of the 1 mounted Improved newly free' euahion- former employee havebeen going.
toothpicks than .OOO in plus byncro-bt wheeling/ bask to work In Chevrolet'. wlddrdistributed
through the meshes of esh tranemlaelon with and;
f a wire cake tha nation. Silent Second : manufacturing
cooler and dry them out, leaving ,. bene ator" that greatly gear; a new "Starter- assembly: plant,with welcome adoption
? ; the cakes in place without touch- ',through leg; such safety element.elmplM..tart.as cha'ter- to the general purchasing
by building proof power made possible by more Wage
Ing the frosted sides. glace In the windshield larger
Chevrolet and lower bodle ; money In circulation. Threugboui
.supplier new. "Aer-Stream"by Fisher In the November the Increase In enoployment -
-.. node: three to a CMiftoo&
On total fewer control, continued
i practically every farm there trucks with feature In with reallyautomatto pest: to the middle of Dsa.mterwhen .
some of those
are livestock that retained; Jna-
don't produce of SlOO.OOu, an Octane Selector concentrated operation
enough to pay! board and be one of the highest possible that ineuree the 'dent. &0.. prompt dealer eto.,tJ._..
'' crops operating; efficiency: "a. 'b
> .that lose mad. by any from all were full swing More
money. Keeping a few t 0 the economta uniform' grade of gasoline. fceeidee a twenty million dollar worth or la. .
,; records will teU on these slackers. I Instrument gasoline cost per mile: dash new car ....... la dealere' hands
of '
aF j on display at Instant ...' airplane type for when the national. iatroduoUe
readlns
i ; $';r of model brakes; and still easier steering.; positive was mad.

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_qty. D ECEMBER 80._ 1982___ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGILiPH!: .. RTAUIC1I''_, 11'U\Rm.a. rAGE sa.VCN ? /
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, PRESBYTERIAN ;, May winter's hearse drawn by Panama City Post office moved Sebrlng--"Sehrlna- Dally Ameri- Id... to-wlt: a r ',
cold north winds bear you away to to new location on Lower Harrison can" sold to Frederic S. Jones of 8'4; of N 420 feet of NBU of 8EU:
Sect. 34 Twp. 7 8. H. 18 amt
Services Sunday 1 I
January as oblivion
sepurchral and
bury you Avenue. Pittsburgh Pa. The assessment of said property N 'l
follows: in a grave whose mound will be -" -- under the said' certificate l"u"4 ;t
10 a. m. Sunday school T. S. fixed and eternal. Inverness was In the name of V V. Flume.
i L. B. Williams stret
J Stuart-City oiling program Unless said certificate shall hot Y
l Williams, acting supt. Farewell 1932! May foul decaymar Gainesville opened law office on underway redeemed according to law tax deed ?I ,
, 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon destroy and obliterate all of Main street. will .Isaue thereon on the 9th day of
r ord u a imp onto my (fett, mi a light unto ay pttk-Pulm 119:105.: January, A. D. 193S.Pnted .
by the pastor. Theme "Chang. the evils you bave brought us. Bartow-Peter Kuhn local con- this 9th day ot December is

ii1Iriti Alt religious teaching, doctrine or Ing Fashions.- Welcome 1933! In the name of Madison-Clarence Blalock moved tractor, received contract for terooflng A. J>. 1932. O. "W ALnEUMAN: ,
?ijpwarl creed, if they are to have any claim 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Christ we greet you and pray that Texaco bulk station to new location county hospital. (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court

inoa the love, onus the devotion of Horde fit must be in harmony with Topic "Facing Life Gallantly" you may be a good year. A yearin on Lake Frances. Iz-s-st-1.8 Bradtord County, Florida.
1 teachings of Christ who** into every fold and crevice The new officers of the societyfor which God's people will give Park Country

IJJ thTbumsn heT r|IS off it was said in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN I, the new year are as follows: heed to the "mandates" of God. A Palmett Producers Supply Club opened to public.St. MASTKR'B CALM,

President Dorothy Lamb; Vice year In which the church of God Inc., moveu to Painter Warehouseon Notice le hereby jrlven' nr'st.o: ': un; '; n

pastors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use) this de- President, Lucille Mitchell; Secretary will awake from her slumber and Lamb street. Petersburg Florida Military der of. foreclosure and by virtue I mad.ot a and rendered

I .arlniont for new of church activities, organization and aanooBO* ; Marjorie Stump; Treasurer, put on the beautiful garmentsof Academy housed In former by the Honorable A. Z. Adklne' ,

im. Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement Mrs. :M. W. Morrow. righteousness and live consistent Umatilla Plans progressingfor hotel here. Judge IIIIh Judicial of the Circuit Circuit of Court Florida of ,the In s 7,

)dsa that such Items reach this efflce before Wednesday morning 7:30: p. m. Evening worship ser- live In the faith and consistency Lake County Hospital. and for Bradford county. In Chancery

,lhertvlse they cannot bn handled for current Issue. .-.. mon and song. of Christ' gospel, by getting St. Petersburg-Algernon Blair that, dated certain November cause UUII n 19 lately>2., In" a, t ,

I I me the lachet of whose shoes I am Prayer meeting Wednesday at before their example, and exemplifying Palmetto 93 cars fruits and received contract for buildingclty's ending between the Federal Land
7:30 in lives the out of here during Rank. of Columbia, Plaintiff, and O. .( I,
II I p. m.There our splendid vegetables shipped
r" not worthy to stoop down and un $2,000,000 post office. W. "*111'1. and wife B...'. twls. I
SUNDAY SCHOOL j II la a cordial welcome to' truths In the which we recent week.TaUahasseeContracts.
I loose. I have baptized you with poem append et aL Defendants, the undersigned
I LESSON I II Ii water; but he shall baptize you everybody at this church. and recommend as fine readIng 1- Bartow .:- Grocery departmentadded who Master was therein In Chancery appointed to a.execute Special ', I,

i I with the Holy Ghost. In those days for this season. let re- to Barlow Feed and Supply the same will on Monday the fad

FOR .JANUARY 1, 1933---- Jesus came from Nazareth of Galilee A NEW YEAR SERMON"A W. E. Daugherty. :cently for over 11,000,000 worth Co., Bt\\>re and name changed to r.ato.'o'r.n:;..tie\ ,113.before during the Court the .

and was baptized of John In :of road and bridge work. Bartow Grocery and! Feed Co. 1 TTouie Door, In Starke, Florida..ell: f Ito
Jordan. And startling announcement" will Mascotte City building new ,. the highest and best bidder, forcaeh. (
comingup --- ---
John the Wayfor straightway the following I described lands:,
Subject: Prepares out of the water, he saw the be the subject of the New Year's street.I I Plant City Van's Auto Supply OTICH' OF APPLICATION FOR situate, lying1 and being In Bradford ,
JesuS. heavens opened and the Spirit like sermon next Sunday at 11 a. m. at and Battery Service opened at TAX ItKKlt< County Florida, to-wltl!
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Notice Is hereby clven. that Carl 8'4 of NWH Seo. 15, Twp t S. Jt.
Golden Text: "Prepare ye the a dove descending upon him: and the Christian church. Text Jeremiah -I Tampa Plans progressing for I corner North Collins and Mahoney Wlttfeldt holder of tan certificate 22 K. ., less 13.3 acres described pat: c Y'''
lord make His paths South Florida Fair and streets. No. 170. 7th of H"./tiinln. at the N10 of
way of the there came a voice from heaven, 28:16.: All are cordially Invited Gasparilla day July A. I> 1830, corner SHU
ha. flied said certificate In my of- or NWM/ of said section, run thence ,
itraight. Mark 1:3.: saying Thou art my beloved son, in to attend. CarnivaL I flee and made application for tax W. foe feet\ : thence S. 17(4( d..irree..
II Appropriations for $189,000, to dead to leiue thvrvoit In W. to South line of saltT 8JO of
Lesson Text: Mark 1111.: whom I am well pleased. W. E. Daugherty. I accordance 14" ,..H
Brookavllle Business college be spent on watewaya of West I with law. Bald certificate em NWI4, thence )1]. to Eastern boundary -
Central Truth .of Lesson: "To -. brace the following described property of said f.lNIot/ NWU./ thence y
'TIIERESSA BAPTIST CIIURCII may be opened here by H. D. Wall. Florida in fiscal year beginning 1 situated In Bradford County, N. to point of beginning, (and other .
prepare the way for the Lord'scoming June, 1933, Included in estimates 1o'lol'Ila, to-wit: lands) aggregating. ; 86.7 acres, ,
one must repent of Sin." Lc7ii i Loin SO 21 In Woodlawn In Boc- with the appurtenances. Said sale #
About A. D. 26. Services will be held Saturday Mount Dora-Local theatre to prepared and submitted for congressional tlon U, Twp ft a H. 22 Must. 20 to be made. pursuant to said decree". yti ,
Date of Lesson: ..
before the third Sunday ot each reopen shortly. l inspection. Panama acres to satisfy the same and cost. +
Place: Where John baptized was oJ Pilot. The ftuxennment. of mall prrll.rlJ'under B K. FERRYMAN
river somewhere month. I City I the nald certificate Insuvd. was I A." Special Master In Chancery. t'"lr
on the Jordan D. L. Phillips, Pastor. Leesburg-Blds: opened for sites In the name, et' J. .A. Anperirren.. U.s-lIt.n.ao.
and Lake uniens n
Dead Sea Hnia 1 a
certificate
the shall be
between redeemed --- -
of Mt. Dora-R. E. Bowen
-. I proposed post office. 'opened arrordlnw to law lax deed. NOTit'vtEdward
Galilee. Highland Grocery and Heat Mar- will u..u.. thereon on the 80th day It Jarvis Individually, and
The coming of John the Baptistwas LAWTEY CHURCH DIRECTORY I Bartow W. 0 Pearce ket. of January, A. I>. 1B83. Edward It. .larvls, as administran y
the Old testament! BEYOND. TilE HORIZON Grocery lmtt.il' I this 28th day ot Decembor, tor of the estate of Blanch Jar t I'I'b i
forfeited In ]opened In new location at 145 A. 1>. 1932. vie, deceased. Complainant. 4
Isa 49:3: ; Mal. 3:1; Mal 4:5-8.: The First Baptist Church North Broadway. Stuart-Crew of men working (Heal n. W Atr>rcUMAN.: vs.Nicholas.
expecting the coming of Hev. L. F.< Chapin, pastor. Word has Just reached me that Clerk nf Circuit Court Idemn, Tdema, hisWife .,
Jews were ; and Mrs. Debbie Gardiner, in her spirit on Jenaon Beach road. ri4ra<1ror Elijah as the announcer of Jesus Preaching services first Mulberry A. J. Peddy plans U-.h. "5t.l41.IITII'H wife If married. deceased: III:* ( e,
who told His disciples that John third Sundays, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. entity went "beyond the horizon"Sunday. legal. l representatives. lawful heirs.
building new community near here. Umatllla-Cowart %nd Brantly .
Her going saddened our .\ 01' APPl.tTATIO'V FOR litKatees, devleees, vranteea, admin
the Baptist was Elijah returned.John's ., m. opened meat and produce marketIn TAX mUKIt istrators and executors, and any b, 'r
Sunday school 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- heart. I' other parsons, claiming- by throua-h 1 ,
preaching was perpara- Bartow Cornt; ;; Notice Is
Gardiner must all of First building formerly occupied by hereby given, that Dr. nr under him or them Defendants ; "
tory to the coming of Jesus. He wood, supt. Like Mrs. ; we Presbyterian church laid. Shady Oaks Cafe. H. I>. VauJlvl"reJ holder of part taxoerllllcate Twenty-Sixth. Judicial Circuit, Bradford .

was a cousin of Jesus, but they I Prayer Service, 7:30: p. m. Wednesday (unless the the horizon Lord comes of a soon land) not go A 1>, No 192W 22N hue, nth filed day said of cer Au.fll.t It appearing County In Chancery.It affidavit. appended :r M

seem not to have met until Jesus beyond tificate In my office and made ap- to the bill In the above-
came to Jordan to be baptized, by B. Y. P, U. 6:30: p. m. Sunday., measured by the flight of years. I And the Worst is Yet to Come- plication lu for tax deed to Issue thereon stated cause. that Nicholas Idema,
John who proclaimed Jesus the Just beyond the horizon of time 'm accordano.embiaces.with the law.following1!Haldcertificate and wife-If married and Harry '
Idema and wife. If married the defendant
Son of God and the promised Mes- Grace M. E. Church lies the new year of 1933. Some : ., -- described ford property. Mtuated In Brad' !, therein named are nonresidents V
other of fellow citizen County, Florida, to-wlti I of the State of
ilah. John preached the necessityof Rev. W. B. Christy, pastor our may E<* lit 8WH\ of BK(,- and SH of SEUof and are residents of Great Florida Neck ;
repentance and confession of I Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundaysat not cross the border into the new t .' U4i: .Section 14. Twp. 68. II. 2want > I.ona- Island New York, and are over

Bin, and that Jesus was the 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. year. Who knows? The uoutalnlne ami. .nient.; 40 of acres.said property the ate of ordered twenty-one" that said years non-rest: It I Istherefore

Christ the Son of God who was to : Prayer service Wednesday .7:30: This writer Is past three score under the said certificate lneued was I dent defendants be and they. are
furnish forgiveness of Sin and become p.m. I years, and no year has ever passed I Company.In the name of Bravard Properties hereby required' to appear ldt- the
I bill of complaint filed In (
: the Savior of all who would Sunday school 10 a. m., Mrs. without someone dying whom I Unless said certificate shall. be redeemed or before Monday, the fad causeon day
trust, him. :Mary Moore, supt. I know, and love and whose going according. to law, tax deed' of January A. D, 1913 otherwise:
will IfiNue thereon
on the 23rd day allegation.
] the of said bill will betaken
Mark was the son of Mary whose League, 6:30: p. m. Sunday. has made the world seem less. of January:: I.Ai9P" 193. as confessed by said defend '
louse at Jerusalem was the meetIng I The first day of 1933, la nextLord's I Dated. day ot December, ant. 1 't I
A. 1>. 19 31.
It I. further ordered that this order -
place of the early Christians Fraternal I Day our next Sunday, O. W ALDERMAN: be published once a week for
(([Acts 12:12): He was a cousin (or Lawtey Lodge No. 189, F. & A. speaking after the manner of men. 1\\\ ((8..1). Bradford Clerk of Circuit Fh Court rlda. five consecutive weeks In the Bradford ;'
County >
nephew) of Barnabas (CoL 4:10): ); M., meets at city hall building 1st. Next Saturday at'midnight, 1932, U-3-6t'l-17. published County Telegraph In said Count a n.wspa-* and r ;

and probably a convert of Peter, .and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30 p. m. will die and 1933 will be born. The Mate. ,,lr
the cradleof JVOTICID OF APPLICATION FOIL This 15th day of November 1931.
is Peter refers to him as "Mark,, I T. T. Blackburn W. :M. grave of the old, and TAX KKU 0- W. ALDHJHMAN.

my son." 1 Pet. 5:13.: O. J. Phillips, Secy. the new 'year will be side by Notice Is hereby. given that n. W (Official SteelClerk Circuit Court t gl '

In today's lesson Mark thus Introducea side. Alderman holder of tax certificate D. M. StARTNSolicitor Complainant.
John the Baptist and his BAPTIST' 1932 will soon be gone to returnno No.and 884.part 7th of l.ty tX of certificate July, A. No.D. 1980 234 1I.1-lit-U.aO.for

work: The' beginning of the gospel more-Farewell Old Year! 6th duy of / cruet, A. D. 1929 has
of Jesus Christ the Son of Sunday SChOOl at 10 a, m. A. J. Many times have w4 asked: What filed said. certificate In my office In Circuit Court NOTICE In !and for Bradford
Thomas, supt.. We need teachersto report will your past hours carry, and madiapplication for tax deed County Florida In Chancery '
Tod: ,as it la written in the to Issue thereon In aooordanoe
irophets Behold I send a mes- be present every Sunday. The concerning: our lives to the judg- _: : : .; / A- with law. Huld. certificate embraces 13. N. vs.Llnnl Anderson. Plaintiff. ) ;

S enger before thy face, which shall children are present, 'and more ment? Old Year! You have left (I' the situated following In Bradford described County property, Flor. Anderson, Defendant s'
I>,repare the way before thee. The could be found If we would onlygo your footprints on us as Individuals Ida 10... lit In the Name Defendant.of the State Llnnle of Florida Ander. A l .

voice of one crying in the 'wilderness after them and bring them In. and as a nation. i Sec.W 8 airs of EH ot 8WW of NWU tonhe
20and 10-11 of SW$ '
We all enjoyed the Christmas cel We deplore our moral losses as a acres The having filed I
Prepare ye the way of the of NWIf.o./ a-f-22. bWrlllOm nbl:
We The ... .... of said sworn w
Lord, make his paths straight. ebration. so-called Christian (1) nation. .m..nt propertyunder Is alleped that your place of residence bylt
the salt Issued
J Fohn did baptize In the wilderness, Worship at 11'a. m. with a New i deeply regret America' loss of a I aC'3.le wae In the n-vme, certificate of Unknown. Is unknown. the to plaintiff! that
are over asof twenty-one
Tear's message by the pastor.At : moral leadership among the na Unless said ertlflcate shall beredeenedeccor.Ong you .
,
I md. preach the baptism of repentance years and that there I. no person /In
l for the remission of sins." 7:30 p. m. the B. Y. P. Unions tions of earth. will I....". thereon on to law the 18th tax deed day the Btal oC Florid service of pre r; (

"Gospel" means "Good news," will have charge and in additionto I Old Year take thy ghosts of unemployment a of January 1hkl3th'U. 1933. oes It I is upon ordered whom, and would you bind are hereby you: 1N

bout. God.The first two verses their program some outside hunger and depression A.Piiml D,(19x2. day of December, u ttllSPI'.a"th:' : to. the bill of ;'
speaker will be with with and let them mingle ; 0. W. ALDiRMAN o cause on orbefore
ire. taken from the prophets Isaiah probably us. you. I the 2nd day of January A. yt sl
md :Malachi."I Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. our devotional with the shades of thy predecessors -: ((8..1) Br+. "!ford Clork Count Cltrcult. Florida.Court D. 1933. else a decree pro confessu. 1. 1"Lr
In the land of U./it-I.18 will be entered acalnst you. yQ ad
study of Gospel by John. forgetfulness : /
send my messenger-who It I I. further ordered that a copy; l 'p lr
ball, prepare the way." The Son The pastor is anxious to mike but let them not come back to JVOTICM- Oil'- APPMrATlOW FOIL of this order be published In "The
this mid-week hour helpful to all haunt and harraas us during 1933. O 'tAX' UKRU Dradford County Telegraph" one
>,f God was.the one to whom God f each week. for four consecutive
vas then speaking_and John the who will. attend. I Old Year! Thou child of remorseless Notice I. hereby given that D. W. week before the return date herein 1 f
Moo..e. holier of tax certificate No named.
time have been a
I Baptist: was the Messenger. you see, 6th day nf August, A. D 19il, Witness my. hand and official sealal
Eastern roads were very bad. Plant City Work on new Pan- hard year to many millions of our has filed I iuil'1 certificate/ In my of- Starke, Bradford County Florida ar ;
American oil refining station at citizens, you have sounded the tic. and 1e application for tax this nth day of November,, A.,, D.
md. before a king set forth on a deed to lean. Ih neon In accordancewith 1932.
corner ,Collins and Baker streets death knell to some of our brightest law Bait certificate
embraces O. W.
r royal progress a herald waa sent ... ALDERMAN
progressing. hopes, prospects and ambition rft. ilft9901 -' jr he following described I property (Official Seal Clerk Circuit Court
veil in advance to see to the __m_._____o. situated In Bradford un county. ]TlopMLAST -n 22.l.5t.12Io_
t ridging' ''of streams, and the fill '

Ins of holes.' The "voice crying in ,

t:ha wilderness" was John the Baptist THE IN-nrrNG"'l MAIN STREET" By L.'F{Van Zelrn' : 4 .;

t and he was to prepare the .. '
way for Jesus the Lord. I :! :

Peloubet says: "The good news I L"" ,
,which Mark is going to tell .Is that 'aily; 4z fRHO, MY LA7&4T: tMVEKTOM t A VERY r91MPl.E. .

Jesus of Narazeth waa the Christ, MAIN 'TBEEt'5 RUT VERY TCSttEABLE IT I* 1 KNOWN A4.G.. d
t the the In- "
Messiah
prophesied COMPLETE NEWPAPER
0Ci1i- MAN BAa SCRUBBING& BRUSp1.
c:arnate Son of God, God manifest

.n the flesh and dying to redeem @ eh4ea' .. 4r 4\\
BATHERS / BRUSH t 14 PLACED w Mrow*! OP
t ftem. This one sentence, fully und ATTENTION I'
lerstood, sums up all the NewTestament" SACK' CORDjB: ) tt ATTACHED Tb( BRUSH. Qrt: I'

] LET tQUB LOCAL PLUMBER 1.4Ru PULLEY! ((tT) ANO I* TTCD .T& BIG TbC ON

should be a John INSTALL T. EDISON SMUiI's LEFT FOOT. CORD 15l ATTACHED

: tE making a way for the LATEST INVENTION1tE BRUSH GOES THRU PULLEY (g) Ana 14 TICO
the hearts of men.
Millions of lavished 0t1;,-NAN BACK SCRUBS* To BIG( ToE OH RIGHT 1= money are every X11
i i year on broad, smooth, and 1HO BCU9M. MOVED BRUSH 'SCRUBS BACK FROM 5lOE' T&6t lit ,,3

'; S lubstantial highways for our com- W<< WILL 5EMD MW: THr. \ >E. To GET'1HE UP AND pN/ 3CCUB&. ii

/ f,
'" le the spiritual road-building OH RECEIPT f 2.13 ..
: which leads to eternal life? Shallot I -
DI'It each of us be a herald of the WRITE T& -

Ing? T. EDISON SMITH, ,

John proclaimed repentance un- k 1200"808" i. : ,.j

0 remission of sins, and baptismS 8 WEST -k TJf sr, I .

tit i a sign of repentance. "Remls- I J... HE!-U-MitSwc Ctrl. ----- -- -

1 Ion" mean a sending away, a getting .'

rid of sin. It is the one great
JfiOROTHY
thing: which Christ came to do forthe DAjRNTT By Charles'' McMonws

world.

"And there went out unto him I .. .... .... I c .... '1 r 111 "'-_.. .. II .
LL 'i Dow o MARYS1OU WHIN 1 OU R M ( M A Mq TOLD HAT$ TOO t n
all the land of Judea, and they of / I AND MANE ; ( BIRTNr; / ME NOT TOTKlAr t3Ie .1 \VA..., 'itP1 v IT HAPPENED A YEAR tJ7I''
.
Jerusalem and were all baptizedof ) LDLUff DOROTHY? AGOi TO MORROar

1 1r him In the 'river of Jordan, Ta OoSOMtiLHtNC I SHE.SIDLIKE f | CO'N(4 t3uY' ouOS DREENT.. BIRTHDAY'
< w"' A LerQVXrHLE
1r The last WAS PISHIMf '
confessing their sins.
r
T'o ?L ASL fOR PRE3ENtyG ACo
the
prophet before John Baptist e
wai Malachi who preached 450 3 STERQ

lean before John.

The crowds that flocked to hear

1 John "InclEed representatives of

every dank: Pharisee and Sad- ,

i ""luces (Mat! 3:7): ), tax-gatherers le..tl.t'Li

1 (Luke 3.12)y0ldlers) (Luke 3:14): ), .
j 5 I Hca and poo' (Luke 3:10): )." II) .. .

3! "And John was clothed withtamee I ;.
.
hair, ed with a girdle of a .
*...a about h loins, and he did : .

q *locusts ancwild honey." !These

*ere the cloUufc and the food of
ha
poor had lived

l fey years bathe desert, and rAl

'. g Ne POOF* the country.

,., -::;: Preach,.. saying, there C MS MAMus,

0Iie migMer than I after' dd

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d; PAGE Kionx BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARIUS FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMBER j
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BILLY'S XMAS TREE understand tile seeds of kindness: and brotherly Personally, I ain't --=
Bradford County Telegraph up on '
I'd like to give him the cheering love that generated a mighty ogy, Physocology and _

Established 1877 I Maybe You'veHeard Billy looked forward to his Xmas word that I've longed at timesto force that ,continued to work for but somehow I got Technocrac crazy Idet
tree.Beautiful. hear; that If we'd plant
It ButHOBOSTOCRACY lights and things to see I'd like to give him the warm the welfare of humanity thlnkln more about our how potatoes

MEM.BERLORIDAPRESS Mother and daddy.helped him en- handclasp, whenever a friend give a few bushels to the we eau
Widow
Joy, seems near. And there never was a time as Jones or poor old man Brown
ASSOCIATION \\ And grandmother, too his beautiful learned the less about how and
\ Fv my knowledge by rich in opportunity as present many dollars theyu,
toys. I sheer hard work, and I wish I day for those seeking a worthwhile bring ua and really feel like
'; that
1932 0 An amusing story, that. We t could pass It on investment Perhaps if we will enter In our hearts, we'll find In the
L_ er.[J.o'tWa/tCl 3.ec-tlda" ?.. mean the one about the local The burdens little tree was proud, of its To the fellow who'll come to take the year 1933 determined to of the day that whilethlnkln' we Were busy end
; housewife who answered a knockat bright my place some day when I am make at least one investment In about these other folks
I Loaded and trimmed with candle a
her back door and found a gone. our Fellow Man, with no thought POWER greater than ourselves
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class tramp there looking very unwashed -' light! little of reward or dividend we may find was at work flxln' up a nice bad[ or
But when It the
was stripped,
Will he see all the sad mistakes it will as the Golden Key roses as a surprise for
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida and very hungry He was starved -i tree. serve us.
and broke, he said and would I've made and note all the bat- that will unlock the door to m -
the good lady please give him a Was really a pitiful thing;: to see. tles lost treasure house wherein lies the Joy I Let's start out la 1933 by
Matthews _______________Owner and PublisherJ. ( I alvin'I
E. _
S. cup of coffee mo that he could I Will he ever guess of the tears and contentment that after all is the other guy a great big hand

C. Robinson __________,_____________ :Managing Editor struggle on to reach his sick wife It had given the best, it had to they caused or the heartaches our hearts desire. we'll all go over the top In a Pack and,
who was waiting; for him some- give- which they cost? a
For Bill's sake, It had ceased to -
SUBSCRIPTION RATE where or other? live.Withered. Will he gaze through the failures So while the engineers and scientists Stuart r-- Work of repafntlnr
The housewife, having read In and fruitless toil to the under- arch and entrance
{ Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance and cast aside, to die fret around with their theoryof to post office
the papers about "we must share"and lying plan'And arcade completed.
the solution to
Its duty done, forgotten to lie. technocracy as
Advertising Rates on Application all that sort of thing, promptly catch a glimpse of the real our problems let's you and me fallback
fixed the fellow up with a intent and the heart of a van-
Comparing some Uves to Billy's on the old Ideas that were Tallahassee State Road
couple of sandwiches and sent him quished man? DB.
presented to us nearly two thous- partment awarded
tree more
19331Exchange than
Sunday- on his way with a dime to buy a I dare to hope he may pause some 11;
and by One who spoke 500,000 In road and
Giving the best It had so free; years ago bridge
o cup of coffee (or rather it's two day as he toils as I have con.
Working and loving and doing with Authority. tracts during recent day
of coffee dime these wrought. ,
cups a buys
material for
defines pedestrian as the raw an their best'' tJ
days isn't it?) And gain some strength for his -
accident. But to get on with the story: Even to standing the bitterest weary task from the battles t.
the housewife teats.Praised which I have fought.
o- forgot about the incident -
until It was refreshed in her But. I've only the task Itself to
it will cost banks in wasted and patted when all la iTIP'7TTOPi
Think of all the money memory later in the day. When leave with the cares for him

checks before people learn to write 1933. she entered the post office for her bright to face
But and when
neglected
forgotten
o mall about noon, there stood the And ne'er a cheering word may
tramp, leaning over one of the windows out of eightLet's speak to the follow who'll take
News from Gainesville says that athletics at the. UnI- ; and he wasn't asking for love and enjoy. them whileon my place.

versity will be modified-instead of glorified. '. : charity-he was buying postal sav- And when them we lean.
ings stamps! they are gone keep. Then here's to your. liealth, old IGROCE'RYIA
o memory green. chap. I drink as a bridegroom"
fooled .-Mrs. W. F, Boulware. to his brideI
This warm weather has got those berry plants THOUGHTwe'd -

Into thinking that its sometime around March. trade that set of books leave an unfinished task for you
By Christy Marlowe, but God knows how I tried. Happy and Prosperous New Year to All d;
a "'To see a show wherein cavorts rye dreamed my dreams as all
called "Bookes Newe and Miss Harlow I From Other Pens men do, but never a one came
IfIS An exchange has a department Prunes lb. 5c Peaches lb. We
true ________ ____"

Old a". Where does it gette that literary stuffe "PUFFED: PROVERBS"In And my prayer today Is that all Coffee, 21bs. ...___ 25c Salt, 2 for ___ ._.._ 5c

o a recent issue of the Cleve- THIS IS GOOD the dreams may be realizedby Charmer, can ___- 16c Salmon, pink ___. We

The Ocala Banner that in the radio field we are just land Plain Dealer, Ted Robinson, you Brooms 20c Spinach 2 25c
says column conductor, reviewed whatIn A gentleman Z/om: Alabama Sunday And we'll meet some day In the ______ can

around the crooner. Not far enough, however. former years were known as told U8xp,.';,,new ."film flam" great unknown out in the Tomato Juice ?..___ 5c Coconut Bon Bans d

a o "Puffed Proverbs." The first of game being worked in Alabama by realms of space, I Matches for _.,_ lOc Pound _-____ .__ 20c lei
Iffl these was, a version of "Twinkle unknown autoist that is really You'll know my clasp as I take
,
but the of it will continue to Black Eye Peas Preserves qt. ___. 25c
Christmas is over, memory Twinkle. Little Star" It appeared good. The story I Is said to be true, your hand and gaze In your j

be refreshed on the first of each month for many moons. eighteen'"years ago, and, went and every gasoline dealer shouldbe tired face. 2 Ibs ________--__ 9c Vienna Sausage __ 5c
o like this: on the lookout for this "slick" Then all our failures will be suc- : ,
"Scintillate scintillate, globule salesman. '- cess in the light of the newfound There is No Better ThanPILLSBURY'S
;. Who accuses newspaper men of not being literary? A vlvlflc, dawn-
A few days /ago a man drove
from refers to fireworks as "pyrotechnical Wonderingly So I'm drinking your" health old
'f dispatch Tampa contemplated by his car Into'i a filling station In BEST241bs.65c121bs.35c61bs.20c
display.' men scientific, Montgomery and said to the man chap who'll take my place
Elevated and poised in the ether "fill up my gas tank with water." when I'm gone.
o- -Edward Collins
capacious. "You mean gas, don't you, Mis- ; ;
There is a place in New York State called Lake Desola- Resembling a coruscent gem car- ter? asked the filling station em- In the Gateway.
---o--
; tion. It is safe to bet that it wasn't named by a real estate bonaceous.: ploye ._

,salesman. : ; ', written Tribune This by was B. followed L. T. of the by Chicago'verses the""No boy," replied with much the autoist wonder, pro-And Late Lard, 4 lbs. 25c; 8 lbs. - 49c 4

o based on the proverb,
ceeded to put about 10( gallons of

,A talk on what to eat was postponed recently in Tampa i "You of a can't sow's make ear./'a silk purse out water, In the gas tank. The au .0 Irish Potatoes 10 Ibs. 17c '
toist got out of tils car and droppedtwo elassi j
because the lecturer had an attack of indigestion, says the "Ne'er canpenurgio craft Inmakln& sitcky white tablets in the ,

Dunnellon Sun. stitches tank with ,the water RUSSELL KAY
With effort opetpae, particular, act.r..,., 1-loncU lOc
a Transmute Into a silken bag of I I "What are those. .,tablets," asked Fmt AWKUOO.- Yellow Onions 4lbs. -

Ocala. police arrested a man recently for, shooting fire- richesA I the filling atatron." ,nit worker, I read a story the other day ,

crackers., That was a little drastic. They should merely female" swine's affix auricular I "It's a.new,patent," replied the about a poor darn fool who got the
autoist. 'When'you add two of crazy Idea that he could get somewhere Rice whole grain 10 Ibs.25c
,have spanked.him and sent him home A contributor to Harper's Weekly I these tablets to'10 gallons of waiter in the world helpln other I

o -- paraphrased "They that live In it creates a'',new gas that has folks solve their problems, He
glass houses must not throw Just been patented, and will give was a old codger didn't have
queer ,
1 A lot of offices all the state to be troubled bottles 25c
post over seem stones" Ale 3
: i you about 25: miles to each gallon any of the usual earmarks of, a Ginger -
with dropsy. They're going to drop back into a lower class "The- resident of a frail habitation :of water." "* Christian, wouldn't go to church, ,

1 If people don't mail more letters before the first of the year. : "Walt a minute," said the boy. drank hard liquor and could swear
Of vitreous transparent! sub :"I want my boss to see that." like a trooper, but when he'd run Juice -1 ISc
o stance Grape pint - -
framed
i The boy brought his boss out across some poor devil who was ,
,-#; A department store Santa Claus in Memphis was fired re- Should not amuse himself with and explained about the water In down and out, broken in body and
wild Jactation the gas tank and the two tablets. I spirit, he'd reach down and give
cently for ,kissing a seventeen-year-old girl. We hope Mrs. Of small siliceous fragments .The boss asked the autoist to start i him a hand, help him get on his Lettuce 2 heads I5c
'' ''Santa Claus doesn't hear about it. She might not let the old rudely aimed." his car. The fellow stepped on the feet again and get him back In -

:c fellow out next year. F. P. A., now with the New starter and the car started. The circulation.But .
York Herald-Tribune, proprietor of the filling station
o substitute for "Soft words butter I wanted to know all about the tablets the funny thing about it Maxwell House Coffee lb. -30c

e More than three hundred people were killed during the no.parsnips"i I what they were worth, etc. was. he didn't want anyone to ,
"But pseudo-circumloctory put ,He was told there were 25: tabletsto know about these acts of charity.
Christmas holidays, most of them seeking excitement in
.
ter a box and sold for $1 per box. In every case where he'd -ISc
help a Grits Meal }10 Ifas.
Too of have forgotten whose I -
some form or other. many us And euphemistic verbiage combined The filling station proprietor person he would exact a promise, or .

birthday Christmas commemorates. bought 25: boxes of "gas-water tablets that they would never tell a soul,
0V! 0 Completely absolutely fall to ," and the autoist proceeded on furthermore they were never to '
butter his way apparently: running his pay him back, but when the time Soap or Powder 10 Ibs. - 25c
'Workmen in Titusville recently uncovered a forgotten The proletarian parsnip unre- car from the station on water and came that they could do as much ,

sidewalk that was covered with dirt two and one half feet fined"A "tablet. for some other unfortunate they
contributor to the Chicago Shortly afterward the autoist should remember the debt and lenda Dried Beef, jar ___lOc Butter, lb. ------- 27c
deep in some places, That doesn't speak very well for the Tribune rewrote "Barking dogs drove up to another filling stationIn helping hand without thought of

t' i Titusville street cleaning department. never bite": Montgomery and asked for 10( reward. True.Love or Cole'sFlour I 7c
Bacon Ib.
o "Vociferations raucous in a tor- gallons of water and proceeded to 21 Ibs. ?___ 55c -
rent do the same stunt It Is presumedhe As a citizen this chap was considered -
I Several months ago we remarked that the meanest man Out from canine thoracic cav- drained the 10 gallons of water : a total loss his name never

1 >** In the.world was the one who would steal another's straw ItyProve out of the tank, that he had gottenat appeared as a supporter of the
in the sequel to be more the first' station. At any rate Community Chest, he wouldn't
+ berry plants. That statement will have to be altered now abhorrent give
the second filling station proprietor a thin dime to
any individual or NOTICEThis
$ ,that thieves are picking ripe berries at night in Plant City. Than the mordacious act they was so amazed that he, too, organization openly and those he

o would Imply." bought 25: boxes of tablets at $1 did aid were sworn not to teU of
Finally Ted Robinson, in 1921 per box. it. Is to notify my friends that I have cancelled all aocounU
' The Dunnellon Sun wants to know "why so many people revised "A burnt child dreads the The tank on the car was about against them have burned my books and am going Into bank of

will worry themselves sick over eating food that has been fire": IS-gallona capacity: It Is presumed During his life he helped hun- ruptcy I have advanced the Farmer and Truck Grower in

left in a can too long and turn around and drink: the rottenestand "A youthful scion of the hungenfamily \ the swindler had a false gas tank :dreds of folks, took the burden of Bradford Union.Bean Clay and Alachua and Counties Crate Materials around In 12,000 the put(
Fertilizer
Inside of the main! tank that would their Seed Hampers
problem his
on own shoulders
? filthiest stuff that was ever put in a jug without a second Once. having come in contact hold about five gallons of real paid doctor bills bought groceries,, five or six years) that they have been unable to pay for Wi *-

;i* thought?" Maybe they aren't paying for the stuff in the jug.; with the flame, gasoline for it was soon proven satisfied the landlord.,helped men out this pay I could not meet my obligations and am therefore settled.
Shuns every conflagration, that the tablet wouldn't I find forced Into bankruptcy. Your accounts with me are
I o weepin& make gas work, and left them all with each
clammily, out', of the water, and ,the me- an honor debt to their follow man. We will begin the year 1033 with a clean slate, and trust .
The New York Evening Journal says that Governor Thereafter, at the memory of chanics got several Jobs cleaning of us can sleep better and ceasa worrying and that we wU **

'' Roosevelt is seriously considering "the advisability of recognizing the same." water out of gas tanks shortly after The result was amazing, ''these prosper and be happy.I .

'f Russia's government," after March: 4. Well, it's about -Imperial Type Metal Magazine. the slick swindler left Montgomery folks having themselves exper- am doing my dead level best to get the Express Co., slid 1
All through Alabamathis ienced the pain or hunger and want the Railroad Co.. to repair platform at Lawtey and extend so a*
' f"j time ,that the United States lowered its eyebrows and did Not so bad, boys not so bad. Of seller of the "gas tablet won- knew how to sympathize and Judge to take care of all berries that come to Lawtey; allow os 10

?, ; something besides sit primly by and "refuse to recognize" as course the conductor of this col- der" operated, and so far has not and aid others In Uke circum- salt and re-Ice) car at Lawtey; set back No. 19 so we can have
good market as Russia is. umn Is only an amateur proverb been caught. Such genius put to stances, and when the opportunity more time to load berries and roll on evening train t to give"sa
a puffer, but how Is this for a ditty honest! work would make a living, presented itself they In turn paid 75o delivery rate on Green Corn; to give us a lot of aeedd, ,:
o way of saying "A rolling atone and Just why such a bright man their debts extracting the same .service that we have never lad They have agreed to all 0

Perhaps this Is a little premature-but let's see to it that gathers Concreted no moss": should prefer to carry on a swindle obligation from those they helped. our demands but the Corn Rate am sure we will get this ad
ft. earthy mineral matter Is not understandable. Neverthe- will notify you about It In time for you to plant your 1833 Corn
F 'there is a community Christmas tree next year. If all of you fragmentsThat less this new game Is somewhat .And so the chain grew and the Crop., The White Brother will be In charge of the Pre-C< "DI'

could have seen the little girl who flattened her nose against move along,, surface by humorous.If initial act of charity on the partof of Berries at a reduced rate. I will load berries at a X*"+"*"

office window late Saturday afternoon wistfully asked rotationDo be Is not caught we may look this eccentric old man brought rate and with thin and the concession from the Carrier w"
Lour not in size grow larger by for him In Florida this winter andif comfort and cheer to a thousand expect to save around ,so.OO per ear on Strawberries U we
if there going to be "a Christmas tree tonight there collectionOf -
were you see a man with "tablets" burdened hearts and In each case get the rate on green corn asked for we can sell corn In *'
shouldn't be any trouble in raising the money. bryophytic plants below their that will make-gas out of water- left an endowment that would con- York for*1.SO per' crate and clear 40e per crate above aJ1 e*;

s station. don't bite. Exchange. tinue to provide similar aid for pensea except growing and harvesting. My advice *> y""
.mot -' -' others that If the do tot P1g
Carrier do not grant this rate on Corn lt
Not that,it makes any particular difference at this late It's more fun, ladles and gentle A TOASt TO A FELLOW MXNEVER over 10 per cent of your lout ,,_acreage- If' they*. ***

r" date;; but here is the way the different nations express "Mer- meal! Just try sitting around the KNOW And the oM man was successful! this rate plant; an you can poooJMe cultivate and hare***-

.iq;Christmas." France Bon Noel China Tin Hao Niam fire some night puffing old_ pro- his business prospered In spite of c., *baa
;
; verbs. Indeed now that we come Here ts a toast X want to drink to a the fact that he often neglectedit I have contracted for Ice and salt and the Expre: t.; -
Japan Kinga Shinnen; Turkey, Ichok Yilaria; Hungary, Bol. to think of it, we ,believe that it la fellow m, never know- to attend the problems of other, agreed to furnish Express Car for Strawberry mo8"this"J"

'dcg Karacsonyi Unnipeket; Greece, Chystovjena; Holland, Just, about' the most genteeT way .To the fellow who's going to.take It seemed the more he> gave, the der standard refrigeration Initial Iced or dry. With* f. 0.In.;: \
EofTen Vroolijk Kerstmis Spain Felices Pascuas there is of spending a long winter's my place. when It's time form more he got and while he lived In dncement we expect; buyers to come to lwtey and foa
; ; Germany, price on Strawberries should be satisfactory. I
eveniagmma. z1 or.r educational 'to got comfort and got touch out of life; .., "
1 Froec.hHcfie Wgilniachtan'Swedenf; Glad,Julen) Italy,. FeliceNittale than that ratherbawdy game:of rye wondered what kind of a chap he continued to give as he re- : Respectfully,,
; Rumania! Cracuim Felicitatiune; Denmark, Glaedelig snake eye w. told you about last he'll be and I've wished I could ceived. Hit died in the eyes of the

,:r :ift, : ( ;vIn the".United States of.course'. it is just plain mer crtsmoshl week. And Its Just about as muchf take his hand, world a.poor man leaving little in J. L. Harr n ,
well anyway Iff a lot more .Just to whisper,_"I wish you well, cash and worldly goods but he had

t' '5 ; rs genteeL old man;' In a way that he'd, planted In the hearts of many fer

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