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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 1, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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I ': FIFTY-SIX STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER I, 1033 NUMPEIi FOUR

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To Pay All The Stores Closed 1 Season Hunters Kill Dove Stores Expect 1j
Berry
pers Entire Thanksgiving; I That 'Was On Visit


Processing TaxIf First Time- In Years ProclamationWHEREAS Will Be Late From Ontario, Can. Big BusinessOn


For the first time in several There is at least one tourist who

years all Starke stores will remain didn't receive such a warm wel-i

Pork Is Sold closed for the entire day on Growers Say come in Bradford County. A visit- Saturday

Thanksgiving. Chief A. L. Alva- ing dove from Ontario. A visit-

rez made the rounds Tuesday and Almighty God has brought us even to was killed one day last week by Payroll--
and announced that It hunters the farm to $10.000 Ulll Ito Dh.trlbut.t'll
,wtmk!! Are Owner Warned Wednestlay this good day, andWHEREAS Plant City Said To lie A Month on belonging lly KMlrf C'ounl'1lVorkt....*
was almost the first time within Fate Brown near Starke. How do
About Violating B cent Behind No llo't'mt'lntTo
Legislation his experience that store owners the people of the United States have Pat we know It was a Canadian dove? Here
bad been unanimous in giving their Because It had a metal ring aroundone Bradford
observed without interruption for than four hun- County storekeepersare
more
of
consent to close. its feet with the Inscription,
farmer must pay a proc- The both here looking: forward to a big day
lie dred day of Thanksgiving the last Thursdayin strawberry crop .
years, a on "Klngsville, Ont., Box 48. Although
If he Saturday with more than $10,000
tax on hogs even
ng and In the Plant City district will
ghters his own stock and sells I From Pine November, andWHEREAS be late this season, it Is believed by the "metal band also bore being paid out to some 900 newly-
Paper the number 33" we refuse to Jumpat
otherwise disposes of any partt growers. Shippers here state that employed workers here as their -I
this day has been set apart for the the hasty conclusion that the first week's under
:t, Guy T. Helverlng, commis- betties should be moving from dove wages Florida's 9
,er of internal revenue, stated purpose of paying tribute to God for the deliverance of Bradford County before Christmas was an escaped Jail-bird. The Civil Works Administration.
trophy was brought to town by .
week. May Mean MoneyWill if do not have undue cold mployees of the relief office
our nation to this free state which and we any Leon
we now enjoy, Alvarez and W. E. Thornton, here will
begin early Saturdaymorning +
weather before that time. Lastyear
t has been brought to the atop and its foot, metal band Intact, '

of the bureau, Mr. Helver- WHEREAS, this day is observed not only for the shipments were begun early in may be seen at the Telegraph of- checks and handing those out government,
them ,
receiving
said, that In many Instances Be Great Boon To Southern December. fice In not In the t
past but for the present and future Just case you're '
; are ,expected to go on a buying'spree
to from Plant r
ers and other are killing; hogs Industry If Found To Be According reports habit of believing everything you
Practical City, the season there will get un- for the necessities of food' {
the to
selling products Goners read In the
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that I W. E. newspapers.
and
which have
without payment of the day way approximately a month clothing so long;

This is a violation of the Ag- Because of the rich growth of Middleton, Mayor of the City of Starke, Florida, do late. While there were small ship- been denied them. The thirtyhourweek

itural Adjustment Act which pine on the wastelands of Florida, hereby proclaim Thursday, November 30, A. D. 1933, as ments from there for the Thanks- New Milk PricesAnnounced.Here of the workers will be up
ides that any person who pine that Is like the Georgia pine, giving markets a year ago, there [ Thursday night but they will not
a day set apart for Thanksgiving in and for the Cityof receive
until .
ghters hogs for market must an occurrence In Atlanta, Ga., hat were none this year. December 10 any pay Saturday.At
appropriate returns and pay will have bearing on a heretofore Starke, Florida, and sincerely urge and request every Is the date set for the probable the present time workers are

processing tax thereon, he said. undeveloped Industry In Florida citizens and soul within the city limits of Starke, to joinin shipment of the first pony refrig- being employed on road and ditch
la the fact that the No- erators from that point. projects throughout the county.It .
eavy penalties are provided for Monday,
gathering of their choice where and
a thanksgiving understood
In that several
new
Scattered bloom and small
atlon of the law or evasion of vember 20, edition of the Atlanta some -
praise shall be rendered for the abundance of health and berries have been projects such as road and park
tax, Mr. Helvering said, and Journal Is printed on paper made reported throughout Dairymen's Association Draw Up
person who slaughters bogs from Georgia pine. The paper happiness and all the other good things that we are now the Plant City section, but New Scale Effective beautification are under consideration -
sells all or any part thereof seems a little darker than ordinary enjoying. there are no indications of sufficient December 1 but have not yet been definitely

,Jd confer with the collector of newspaper, of a rather gray tinge, II. fruit to warrant commercial passe! upon.
mal revenue for his districtwill and much finer, and less bulky W. E MIDDLETON, shipments to the North for at least The Bradford County Dairymen's The feeling of optimism over renewed +

assist him In preparing than the generally used paper. Ac- November 29 1933 Mayor. two weeks. Continued dry weatherhas Association this week announcednew employment Is general all
,
filing! the required returns. cording to tests made In the Can- retarded the growth of plants milk prices effective December over the state, according to press '
ada factory where the pulp was there, and this combined with( flood 1.Tho. reports. The payroll of the 105,000

taken from Georgia, it has a much conditions early In September la, new prices follows men and women ordered to work:

rnadoes Take more resilient texture than the or- Lawtey City Election : CWA Comes To, Aid said to have resulted in the retarded Grade A. milk, retail are as, quart, 12c: In Florida will be about $1,250.000, '
It Is said. will be
'
They paid by
dinary spruce commonly made up opening of commercial ship- Grade A milk, retail 7c.
To Be Held SoonThe Of Jobless TeachersDetails pint, checks hacked by the United
into paper, since on an experimental ments.A Grade A milk, wholesale, quart,
run it did not break once. year ago at this time, pony refrigerator lOc; pint, 6e.Skimmed States Treasury, r
4-0 Decision combined job of marshal and of a new plan under shipments were going The CWA has sent orders to m i
The Journal, in writing of the or aourmllk, wholesale,
which was the out- tax collector Is the only one to be which unemployed teachers In the forward from Plant City, the first quarts, 6c.Skimmed. county councils to place! their men
experiment,
contested in the Lawtey city election state may be given employmentunder movement totaling C04 pints on on regular employment of thirty
of of Dr. Carles H. or nourmilk, retail
come a theory ,
Jasper High/ There On of Savannah who worked for to be held Tuesday, December the Civil Works Administration November 18. The first car last quart, 7c.Butter. hours a week, with wages ranging
[Thanksgiving Day-Ends Herty 5. Candidates for this office were received here this weekat season was shipped on Decem- from thirty cents an hour to $1 an
the of milk retail
four to Justify use quart, 8c.
Season years are L. C. Clark, C. B. Rowe, and the office of the Board of Public ber 23. hour, The,thirty-cents an hour
in the manufacture of Butter milk, wholesale 7c.
Georgia pine quart,
Q B. Teston. Instruction. scale applies to unskilled labor on
calls the Georgia pine pulp Coffee cream 20 cent retail
pulp, per ,
SCHNELL) Because of resignations an entire The road and street project Unskilled ,
By LESTER when converted into paper "rolls of plan contemplates the for- C. C. C. Triumphs half-pint, 15c; pint, 30c; quart, 60c.
council will be elected. labor all other of work 4 A
[furious Tornado swept over new city mation of special classes of stu- on types
of I Coffee
solid gold" because the supply cream 20 per cent, whole-
unlclpal Field last Friday to Those making the race are A. dents, either adults or Over Starke, 12-0 will receive forty cents an h'our.
( used Is rapidly young peo- sale, half-pint
spruce, generally 12V4cj; pint, 2Sc: ;
l the Green Cove Springs Intent Then too, accordingto H. Harley, G. W. Brown, C. R. ple, and the classes may be held quart, BOc.Whipping. The ecale graduates up to $1 an.
[ team In bewilderment diminishing. Whitehead, O. J. Phillips, and ]\\1[,B. ; in schools, churches, residences or The. Lawtey C. C, C. Camp wona hour maximum for skilled crafts-
the Journal*the Increasing use cream 40 per cent retail -
lo( short end of a 24-0 'score. of newsprint has made the United Plummer.A. any other place which is approvedby decisive victory over the, Starke half-pint, 20o 40c m+ The maximum employment
J a wild rout. over the visiting States, formerly producer of two- A. Griffla Is unopposed for the the county superintendent. Independents by a 15-0 score Tues-: quart, 80c.Whipping. ; pint, ; lit thirty hours a week in all cases.
which was a poorly drilled\ office of mayor. day afternoon. I Florida's drive la part of a nationwide -
thirds of the paper consumed within Only unemployed and qualified cream 40 cent
per ,
The L. H. Hill has no opposition for campaign to put 4,000,000men
ed aggregation. : stars from
up Possessing some
of teachers will be under the wholesale
its environs, now a producer eligible half-pint, 17 Vic; pint,
had the coblned offices of city clerk to work December 13. Out
Cove outfit a fairly good large high schools and college 30c by
only one-third of Its consumption, new plan. ; quart, 70c.
'leld that might have gone and treasurer. teams, the C. C. C. boys made of this total, Florida was allocated
and importer from Canada of two- The salary of .the teachers will (Signed)
had it known where it 8 ,liOO, and that will\ be paid
only McDonald
i thirds of the paper used in its be fixed by the Florida Relief many spectacular plays. BRADFORD COUNTY many
going. The backs had quick printing. The pine is proved to be Must Weigh Trucks Commission, based upon the needsof and Inman played the end po- DAIRYMEN'S ASSOCIATION with Civil, Works funds next week.
p, but even quicker set down. sltlona In a veteran manner. Red- An additional 10,000 will be paid
as free from resin as the spruce, Before Getting Tags the teachers and the amount of Starke, Florida.
hammered away aimlessly at and the cost of producing a ton of work being done.INTANGIBLE grave, Williams, Manoasa and the same wags however, from
ornado line for three quarters Smith also did Impressive work by Emergency Relief Administrationfunds
pulp In Georgia or Florida wouldbe The office of the State Motor Court
II finding their mistake and in according to experiments, said SCOPE WIDENS displaying good defensive and offensive Sets Aside pending some arrangement
Vehicle this week call
mal stanza, forced to the airigh Department to broaden the CWA and assure
the article in the Journal, $19.06, ed attention to the new ruling In According to a recently ruling of work. Fee Reducing Law
desperation, they threw a them of employment. ;
as against a production cost ofS27.90 Attorney General Landis, citizensand
effect for truck who
owners pur- ROLL CALL, The Civil Works will
Into the Tornadoes, complet- In Canada. residents of Florida are required CONTINUES set-up con
$ chased 1934
everal in rapid succes- license tags. The Supreme Court, last week, tinue until February 15.:
passes to tax Ten new Red Cross memberswere
Every aspect of production seems truck must pay an intangible on
Every owner weigh set aside the law
the
passed by .
to be In favor of the Georgia pine his truck, make affidavit showing 'securities held In corporations in added to the roll this week 1933 Legislature which Florida
was the Tornadoes' day from and the Importance of this to FlorIda this certification to the county tax other states, though such securities bringing the total for the drive to reduce the fees sought to Leads SlatesIn

'ery beginning, for the game lies In the fact that It may opena collector before a tag can be Is- may be kept outside the elate. ninety-one. The new members are: clerks of court charged and by sheriffs 'Work On Roads #
only a few minutes old whenn new Industry In the state.Eustis sued. In their tax return to local tax collectors -' ,C. L. Stuckwell, E. H. Smith, Mrs.H. In constables
thirty-nine counties In
Strickland flung a pass to : Lake Region. l a citizen of Florida should D. May Mrs. Florence Moore, Florida -
r on the eight-yard line: Then S Feeding tobacco to chickens to show all security holdings regard- Miss Ida Hagan, L. A. Canova, The court held the law Invalid The State Road Department an- '

er drove on to the two-yard, Fire Destroysloof control internal parasites has less of where corporation la locatedor Mrs.-Paul Canova Sr, F R. Car-,: because the title omitted mentionof nounced this week that approxi--. }

another shot for no gain, and proven successful at PennsylvaniaState where such securities may be radlne) R. R. Thede, Enza Blanchard the ninth section which provided mately 3000 men are employed at
drove on over through the Of Residence Here College. 'kept, the Attorney General states. h&t the law would not apply to the present time on construction t k, ''g
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10,000 or less federal government's gift of
population.
+
to convertthe ,
afternoon destroyed "
Fire early Tuesday e
15,231,000 for Florida road workto
second after a soot and ruined the Interior The state constitution requires
period, the roof LOOKS LIKE IT'S REALLY HERE I Increase employment The Fed
gains by Wall and Strick- of a house belonging to that all bills presented to the LegIslature eral fund la an outright grant and
Wall smashed through they Judge A. Z. Adkins In back of his must contain sufficient notification -
does not have to be matched withstate ,
fagging Green Cove three- residence on Walnut Street. The In their titles to cover all be
or repaid.
line. In another drive Wall blaze Is said to have started froma provisions of the bill. The money work now under-contract Includes

ciI the porkhlde across. Car- faulty flue and before It was The bill was Introduced In the thirty-nine projects and extends -

kick was blocked. A line gotten under control had spread Senate to apply to all sheriffs into twenty-seven counties.It r

would have no doubt been- a over the upper story of the house. clerks, and constables. The ninth represents links In twenty high

r choice in this case. The tenants, Mrs. Cella Manassa section, exempting counties of less ways of the state and Federal sys, '

til the ball on the Green Covety an dfamlly, saved most of their i than 10,000 population. was added

In the third quarter Carter furniture and clothing. Damage to a. an amendment, but the Senate tem.Florida Is leading other Southern Ir

il i reverse and circled wide off the building was covered by insur- failed to amend the title to give States In getting this work underway :,ti

right wing, evading several ance. reference to that nectlln. the road department said.

'I-be tacklers for the third '- The bill was passed and sent to Jlxty-aeven per cent of the amount

er. His kick again failed. looks to be a good prospect for I the House where the title was allotted to the state'has already
-
e next touchdown was the next season. Williams was at the h Q -. amended. The Senate refused to been contracted and this per cent-

sensational of all. With the other guard and also showed good concur: in the amendment, and the age will be Increased early In December

deep in Starke's territory, form. Schnell started at Pack- House withdrew It, passing the bill when other projects are let, '

kland shot a pass which a sec- ham's tackle and Pitts took right V % J without the additional provision in .

>r two later found a nice rest- end. Ills play at end was one of 1 ;, the title. umrn.H
'lace In Carter's arms on his the biggest surprises of the day. .u The act would have reduced the Mrs. Charley Moseley, Highland.

yard line. The entire second- He was In the thick of every play fee charges nearly fifty per cent. boy, November 23.

ushed Iver to stop him but he and once he slipped through to nail 1t + The[ measure was attacked by Mr. and Mrs. R. Lewis Starke. h

led and shook off them all a Green Cove back for a great loss. Sheriff W. IL Lyle of Suwannee boy, November 24.

as soon in the open for a slx- He will be heard from plenty In County on the grounds that he was t

rd gallop for the fourth touch- the future. Wooten, diminutive: r \ entitled to as much for his service ,.JIll'JIll'.AI'.A'.., 1

Carter fumbled on the point sophomore halfback, replaced WallIn as sheriff In a county of 17,000 as

his attempt to run was the second quarter for a brief he sheriff of a smaller county. BUYCHRISTMAS

Kid. period and went In again for Car- .. ..SEALS4M

Urlly. It looked as If the ter in the third stanza. lie baa the S. A. L. Pays Taxes

would be 30-0, when. In the earmarks of a second Homer Key 1tl1ige

Quarter, Cooper Intercepted a and Is as good a bet as any of the To State Counties

that felt right In his arms onrtyyard backfield candidates coming up. -

'' line. It was a high The victory was due to the cooperation / Florida counties whose tax collectors -
paaB) of man on the :,' WdjE&t
and his Interference bad every have complied with a request ; .a
Y of time to form. As a robe team. The line held well once it V / from the receivers of the .,

tucked the ball under his was settled down and the offense Seaboard Air Line for statementof

sod< raced aoo'ut sixty yardsthe was also In good form. Ciptai. ".....- ,,.' their taxes will be in receipt of j

sidelines over the goalut Strickland led the running attack I vouchers on Friday, according to

allowing a Green Cover with the best gains of the day, announcement by company official 1w

r lay a finger on him. with several Jaunts over thirty this week."Realizing .
vel'', the Carter played his usual I
ball was called back yards. that most of the counties -
the defensive Co..p.i I
ruling that Cooper good game. 1 of Florida through which the
'M out of bounds along the packed the pigskin mere Seaboard operates are in Immediate

/yard line. Had the game a.tul and took his place among the : need of funds," W. L. Stanley,

aued a few second longer, the regulars In the offensive wo.k I ; auditor, wired CoL Peter O.
"o doubt Day, the T 14
would have been Thanksgiving
"the
Knight receivers of the Seaboard -
oyway. does journey up to Jasper I
Air Line
Railway Company
/j
Tornado the with a gan.. h .
d second string line brate day are mailing out to all counties
to excellent ball in the first Jasper high. This la the A '. g m from which it has received statements o r e Weeks 1''

hold their opponents icore- on the regular schedule ,.. 1 vouchera for the amount of

0"0'0 took John. guard and several more games mil :the tax which it admits to be due ; Christmas
In AT
a good Job of it. He ranged. "
for 1933. E.w.y-MAn. EAALXJ.
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Lake Butler attended church at Rev. C. A. Crosby and brother. Brown were attending the singu,,
Lang Bridge Sunday and were the Lester, attended the meeting at UROOKER convention at Sardis Sunday The
UAMPTON NEW RIVER dinner guests of IIr and Mrs. J. E. I RISING Kingsley Lake Church Sunday aft- I reported that the convention wow,

I f.lmm Ad* Nlmm' o, Cor.; "... E..'. Cape, Cr. Crews. Mra. It. *M.i"..It... C... ernoon. ... V... U.fner, It... meet second at Water Oak Church th
Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Butler were Miss Lillian Kelly and brothers, Sunday in December
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley 1 J. R. and H. B., and Oscar Crosby We are very sorry to report thai
Marvin Birt of Gainesville at- BluntRaulrrnonMr. Johns recently. This community was made cad I attended the singing convention at Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby and P. A. Crosby was taken ill IT.
tended preaching services here last Ed Blunt of Adel, Ga., and Oscar Crosby and Miss Lillian to learn of the death of J. J. Cros-! Sardis Church last Sunday. children, and Mrs. H. P. Gaineywere week. He Is now in a JacksonvUl,I
Sunday morning and evening. Miss Pearl Raulerson of New River Kelly of Corinth were visiting: Miss by who died last Friday and was Mr. and Mrs, C. Tombllnson and visiting friends and relatives hospital for treatment :
Miss Kathryn Weest, who has were united in marriage Sunday Essie Sapp Saturday evening.Jim burled Sunday at Dyal cemetery.Mr. I children of Starke were visiting In I In Youkon and Jacksonville Sun-
been visiting friends at Clearwater, evening, November 18, at the home Thomas was transacting Crosby was a life long resident' this section Monday afternoon. day.Mr.
St. Petersburg, Miami Lake Worth of Rev. C. C. Butler In the presenceof business In Starke Tuesday. of this section and will be greatly ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. and Mrs. B. T. Crosby of STOP ATVIOLA'S
and Daytona returned to her home a few intimate friends. Quite a few of the farmers are missed by his many friends and' White Sunday. Avon Park are spending some time
k here this week. The bride wore an attractive grinding cane in our community.Carl relatives. here with friends and relatives.
r Mrs W. R. Pringle, who has brown crepe dress with accessoriesto Wynn of Fargo. Ga., spentthe Hubert Kelly of Plant City Is I Trustees of the Internal Im- Mr. and Mrs Tedd Redd and
c been the guest of her daughter, match. i week-end at home with his visiting home folks this week. provement Board of Florida have children! who have been residents For
Mrs. Earl Brown of Lake City and I Shortly after the ceremony the family Mrs. F. Thomas and children, I applied to the Federal Public here for quite a while, have rpcent- Good Sandwiches
Works Administration for a $494-
? Mrs. Dan Dobsln of Olustee returned young couple left for Adel where Quite a large number of the pea Kerby and Louise, and Mrs. H. H. ly moved to Alachua. rind
Sat- 000 loan to be used in reforestation.
last
to her home here they will reside. Many friends ple in our community attended Thomas were visiting Mr.sand Mrs. .. Mrs. G. S. Crotty and small ICE COLD
urday. here wish them happiness during court in Starke. U. D. Green in Heilbronn section The first theatre in the United daughter of Jacksonville! are BEER
The Hampton Hotel la progress Ask For Our Price ,
their married life. CBIIt'
Tuesday.Mr. States was in Williamsburg Va., in spending a few days here with her on
able
under the -
management
nicely AdJo'n'D"
ing A calf for butchering should be and Mrs. T. N Norman and 1752. aunt, Mrs. A. J. Plnholster.Mr. .
of the new proprietors. Mr. j Loral nine to twelve months old and children and Luther Woodle of end Mrs. L. A. Erown and Sinclair Service Station
s and Mrs. L. A. Johns. The rooms Mr. and Mrs. C. Carroll and fam- weigh from COO to 800 pounds, Gum Branch and :Mr. and Mrs. H. I The first coaches used in England daughter Miss Iris; Mr. and Mrs. Where You OM Your dan ...
r all full of transients and Aee.a.rlenI
are guests who always leave delightedwith I ily and Miss Allle Mae Driggers of I Texas A, & M. College advises. M. McRae and children were din- was in 1569. B. F. Karen, and Miss Cordelia

the fair and courteous service --- -

1 1 which Mrs.they J. P.receive.Sullivan spent the III"

<' week-end with her sons, A. L. and .
,1 Cleveland Sullivan, at Theressa. i I ,
R. Newsom of Starke and Shel- 'f
of Lake Butler attended '.'
ton Hodge
;1 ''f preaching at the Baptist Church .'
'i last Sunday evening. ., .
< Coleman Tucker, who Is an em- 'AM I C ,'l,..,,"'," ,,
,I ploye in the Conservation Camp, I; Ocala spent the week-end with his : -. (', .
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Tucker. ;'.', "I: .
p Mrs. I. J. Priest returned to her ,
l home here last Sunday after a two "
: weeks' visit with friends and relatives .
il//' at Brooker. .
Mr and Mrs. H. Stringer of High
A,ili\\''I\I"\
Springs were the guests recently of '
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; Mrs. Stringer's mother Mrs. W. R. ''U\\,
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Jackson.C. h .J1
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were the guests of Mr. and

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and Mrs. Fred White of Rising -and what it means to you-that Corporation, is one of the largest sellers of '1"1\111" \' .' '\'\\,,':" .---
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. \:: :
heavy fuel oils in the United States.'It numbers .
T. N. Norman Sunday. counts! ;'\\,. 4'
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey Mr. among its customers a host of I '\\\ ,\, i
and Mrs. E. E. Yarbrough andeon Let'look at the facts! portant concerns. Likewise, Mexican PetroleumThe t

A. J., were the guests of Mr Corporation is the second
I and Mrs. H. II. Keene Sunday. American Oil Company is an important largest producer: of
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Andersonwere member of the Pan American Petroleum & asphalt on the Atlantic Coast. Because of its

the dinner guests of Mr, and Transport Company group, a major factor in great scientific knowledge of heavy fuel oils andasphalt
Mrs J. N. Norman Sunday. the oil industry. Principal companies of this requirements, Mexican Petroleum Corporation -
Miss Louise Sapp, J. R. Kelly,
will continue to handle this
t, Fred Hatalop of this place and group arc important
Winnie Lou Howell of Georgia phase of the group's activities. ?
were at Ocala and Silver Springs I American 011 Company
j Sunday. Mexican Petroleum Corporation (Me.) I
.
Last Bummer more than twenty. I Pan American Refining Company The American 011' Company is an outstandPan
five research professors were engaged American Pipeline Company ing institution of public service in its old terri 1 I .

in archeological work in Mexican Petroleum Corporation of Georgia tory.5 Its growth and development form an '

southern Utah. Lord Baltimore Filling Stations, Inc. illuminating chapter in the history of American

i enterprise. Our next announcement will tell
,: These companies represent one of the large more about the American 011 Company itself.:

,, and important oil units of the country. Very The American Oil Company direct and through ?'

big resources, largo available crude production subsidiaries, is taking over and will in the

and extensive pipe line systems; refineries, comfuture operate all the marketing facilities ; '
plete research laboratories, large tank car and of the consolidated companies in Northern New

motor truck: fleets, numerous ocean terminals, Jersey, New York and New England, Georgia

.... More than 60* many hundreds of bulk plants. and thousands and Florida. This includes the many bulk storage

choice Havana 6Ilerplua -> of service station outlets. plants, service stations, pump and tank ,
'.; y other choice Imported outlets this vast region. These it will improve 4
*. & tobacco .... a Where and How They Serve remodel and modernize. For American service,
tame an J aroma foam
,1 only in h'glicr priced In addition to its refilling and allied activities, must be worthy of the name!

cJgan.that'i JOHN Pan American Petroleum& Transport Company, if
"*- rUSI:1NstandaiJuivalue. its various named
through companies
But above all the
coming of American
4, ,IFli above, does an extensive business along the ; AMERICAN OIL
Don't be milled by Flormeans that hereafter its famous products-
entire Atlantic Seaboard, from Maine to *TERRITORY
T old time brand ida and elsewhere. market big volume among them AMOCO-GAS, the original special ..
,s "' "marked down They a N.
to fuel
motor i ; Orange American Gas
the bestgasoline
A Sc."JOHN BUSKIN of various petroleum lroluets-lnotor fuel, Mala
"r Uthe lubricants kerosene oil I selling at regular nas' ; and NawNachuaa..
4k' tnly clear giving gasoline, range leatAlIOCO
Motor Oils will i l be
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-I, you full 1933 value ing oils, heavy fuel oils and asphalt. A complete available along the 5S"
entire Atlantic Seaboard r
f for your 4 centa. petroleunlservleel! from Maine to Flor N_ York
ida and elsewhere. Northern N.W JcnrT
And that
few means fuel
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# t You will enjoy every to motorists in our new territory Georila Florid*

1i', puff. and extended service to motorists of our old Old
'fI" territory Pe1ftDIa
San TMBand. +t w Sootbern New]*nefDelawai
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}OLU51E ONE STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER I, 1933 NUMBER TWELVE

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,DJe: UNIQUE ARTIST Elementary News BRADFORD HIGH Can You ImagineHow GRADE SEVEN HAS

II.b. EDITORIALS TYPES PORTRAITOF TAKES TWO DAYS all the girls would look CHARGE OF STAGEIN AUNT

FOURTH GRADE without their make-up. CHAPEL FRIDAY l SASSYFRASS' ;
1& notfd to the Beat Interest of PRESIDENTClever (Mrs. Herbert Hart, Teacher) FOR HOLIDAYStudents Sullivan Carter not being the
Our room tied with Miss Jacob'8room center of attraction during the COLUMN
.LI.11 BRADFORD mail SCHOOL on the largest number at- I football 111118Iddleton's noon Presents i
Are Happy All Thursday games.
udonta, Patrons and Alumnae Photograph/ By Lester tending the picture allow! sponsoredby Brings End Of School Bunnie losing eighteen pounds.The Good Program In Their FiratJI'pt"ara.nre
SchneU Was Made On the Senior class. Our prize Week girls without bangshere'smore This YearThe Starke, Florida,
EDITORIAL STAFF TypewriterWe was a small vase. power to them. Nov. 30, 1933.

J. E. Denmark is back In school B. II. S. students are very happy How all the students will feel Seventh-A pupils had chargeof Dear Aunt Sassyfrass:

tty JIogBed-___..XMltor-tn-Chle hope everybody In school has after being ill for three weeks. If you Insist on knowing why, during the week-end. Wish we had the High School assembly program I am a member of the Economics
)Oroth, S pp__A..t.Edltor-ln-Chl had a chance to view the unique We are growing wheat In small I'll tell you. Believe It or not, Thanksgiving every month. Friday. The program went Class at B. H. S. Recently we have
[ R. John. ._Managing Editor photograph of President Roosevelt, containers as part of a health pro- they're having a holiday; in fact, ---- -- off in grand style and we are sure been discussing the following question
;amt r Harley*.s..t. Mana*. Editor which is posted on the bulletin gram. they are to have two days. Why? SENIOR TEACHER everyone present thoroughly en- : "What is the best way to
;jl II Long.Exchange Editor Rivers Hundley a large If joyed it.After. keep foreign countries out of
uroug-it Well It's
board In Mrs. Carpenter's Twelfth I Thanksgiving. you
,roth, Marwlck__A..t. Ex. Editor GIVES REPORTOF ?" We have not been able to
[ Jackson___Literary Editor Grade home-room. If you haven't potted fern to our room last week. ask one of them what they are the announcements by Mr. war
i utle Donald DuBoise drew a large "Fora several of the Seventh Grade reach a definite conclusion. Per-
I Snyder Asst. Literary Editor seen this photograph, take this tip thankful for he will answer, HER CLASSES Gray
rater ul.e SchnelU___._.__Sports Editor from me and make a special trip turkey on our blackboard and some holiday of course!" Well, youcan't pupils presented a lovely skit en- haps you will be able! to assist us.
.I of the- girls colored It. blame the dears, for titled "The Poor Little Girl," Impatiently yours,
i, ll> BiBffS_____A Bt. Sport Editor to see It. I can assure you that poor
["oil Adkln ..__-.--Soclet,. Editor your time will be well spent and Out room gave Mae Nettles a they have studied so very hard First Of A Serif of Interviews a beautiful picture of the sympathy MARTHA BROWNLEK.
I jtnry Godwin._______Joke Editor to anyone out of school, I wish to Thanksgiving box made up of good that they are all In. (The poor With The High SihoolTtwhors and kindness of the children Starke, Florida,
la L.W,Anderson Jr., Ant. Joke Editor add that you will not regret losinga things to eat brought by the pu- things.) We hope that they can accustomed to wealth and plentyfor Nov. 30 1933.
,ter Austin___________Reporter few minutes of your time In handle the week-end. I think mostof a poor little girl, less fortunate Dear Miss Brownlee:
Entertainment'jrthft pils.Frances Strickland was absent them have a full week-end Mrs. Carpenter stated that as a than they. After putting due thought and
coming to B. H. S. to see this most
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Primary Brownie and Elementaryvery Reporter remarkable photograph. This pho- the latter part of last week. ahead. One of the features is the whole her classes are making rapid The second number on the pro- consideration on your question,
tograph was made on a typewriter We have our report cards again.Tuesday football game in Jasper Thursday. progress. Her Twelfth Grade his- gram was an acrobatic dance by I've come to the conclusion that
man can do his nest. by Lester Schnell, one of our talented was Lois Thornton's Quite a few are planning on at- tory class has been doing splendid Lillian Mosley and Betty Lee the best way to keep foreign countries -
AU men cannot be the best, but Seniors of 1933-1934, and birthday. She was eleven years tending the game If they are able work in the last month. Lately Kruse. This, also, was a very good out of war Is to establish a
-0-- when viewed from a short distanceis to after having the annual square they have been working on the number. "pay as you enter" system.
old.Two
Be up-to-date In your opinions, a most striking likeness of the boys and three girls in our meal Thursday. More power to History of 1933-34 In the form of Then came another popular number Advisably yours,
>ut ahead of the times in your President. room haven't missed a day or been you!Ineck scrapbooks which are very attrac- a piano solo by Clara Flume.It AUNT SASSYFRASS.
eal8. tardy this term. tive. As another outside work was followed by a. vocal solo by
--0A --- and head were carved out of they have kept a bulletin board at- Lillian Mosely, one of the Seventh LOST AND FOUND
Genius REPORT CARDS What Would Happen If- wood and wire was used for the tractive by having weekly- news Grade songsters. '
Mrs. Hart lost her wave? feet and legs. placed there. The concluding number was :t LOST-Three bangs! If found
Genius Is nothing but the power Well, folks, last Friday, Novem- tried write skit entitled Kid and return to Miss Lois Adkins
Selma Thornton to Our class Is proud of the sand The civics class works on scrapbooks "Captain please
if I making a continuous effort. Fix ber 24, completed our third monthof better? table, because everyone In the class containing material pertain- What He Did," which made us all for she Is distressed over the loss
your mind the thing you are school. That means we got our\ Ferrol didn't love R. E. Jones? has helped In some way toward the ing to each chapter covered. However feel like we were seeing "Old Cap'n of them. I wonder why 7
[olng to do, the thing that is worth report cards Wednesday, Novem- Jennie Henry didn't write on the making. The first project was a as an average the rating Is Kid" to day Whew] Hope nobody. LOST-A heart--was lost In''
and then do it with determl-
bile ber 29 and we hope that the board during class 7 cotton plantation. We have been lower for this month than that of got scared. English 4-A when the monthly test
latlon, grades on the report cards will studying about the Southern previous months. 0oo luck to the Seventh Grade was given. It accidentally Jumpedout
bring a lot of honest-to-goodness FIFTH GRADE States, and you know cotton Is the Sociology class has 'been study- students and may the next B. H. S. of his throat. If found returnto
Thanksgiving Holidays! smiles to the faces of all our B. H. (Miss Pearce, Teacher) most valuable crop. ing "Crime and Punishment" and assembly program be as good as S, R. Johns. He says that his
Everyone Is thrilled over the two S. students so that none of us will The boys and girls In our class We have framed two picturesthis when the Scoby trial was being theirs! heart has been broken many times,
ays', vacation that we are going be going around with milelongfaces. have been planting some zinnias, week. One picture Is about held they attended court, as did but this Is the first time that 'he i
have. We hope that everyone poppies, astors and various others. ; three deer. The other one Is about many other students. We were glad Several varieties of flowers have has lost it.
41 an enjoyable one and that no But to all the students, may I The flowers are beginning to come. two dogs. to learn that, as a whole their been made to bloom profusely 'OUND-A blank M. O. S. sheet ,
ne eats too much turkey. U you I add that if your grades do look a We will tell you more about them For a month now we have been I standing Is very good. throughout the winter by permitting by Mrs. Long. The loser of this
fa able be sure and go to Jasper I bit discouraging lets try to remodelthe when they begin to bloom.I keeping a diary every day. This' The physics class has been them only four hours of valuable sheet may come to my
nd yell for the Tornadoes.Have long face; make It.Into a smile guess you know it Is Thanks- was for English. We would have a studying the stars and constellations "sleep" turning on artificial lights desk and get It.Now students,
a big time and return to and even If it Isn't New Year's Day giving. Each one of us made a tur- few minutes before each English as an outside work--even as the remainder of the night. one at a time please
r H. S. ready to study hard untile yet, make a resolution to work a key. We also have a large poster class to write in It. Our teacher early as 3.00; o'clock In the morn-
Christmas holidays.GRIDIRON little harder this month so when about Thanksgiving. Everyone gave a prize for the best one. ing, when they scanned the skies Spearmen In the sword-fishing The king of England owns more '
mid-semester exams arrive we'll all made a turkey with a pine burr Louise Stern's diary was the best, for the predicted shower of me- industry are being replaced by the railroad than any other individual
be able to wear smiles. and used palmetto for the tall. The so she won the prize. teors from Leo, the lion. Norwegian harpoon gun. : In the world
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GOSSIP 11

9 THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR Experience ache .It

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COACH LARSON SAYS-
la regard to that Green Cove Itit ANJ14TIE ----- '
rings game I had ft more or Of TttVrVTHKC i .
f.as a practice game for my MIAT Ij juuxt OH, I f3ECS rHHJ\ AND Zit --wNEN A NhM4S 41
e because I wanted to find out roe.c You WAHT. A 'it Pn AND WOULD OO VOOTOU M TER NOU Win\ TILLVMM CM t
my material lined up for next 4P.nrwt R lie 14oULDr" > rAE \OO 4fV3.> fOiJU. ULAN HP d NNYiWI4 HEH W RNIS
r. The way some of them were wIIAYCN'1 E fGOLD WKXCHTOR. FOR CHQmiAfV* IT tr.tAN-5
tAM4
ng out there, it looks good for 1 HAVE CHR\STrANJ\ tA 1)1A 11 fc GONNA
,i team next year with all the FoR IT \
l'sl
v ones coming in.: At no time J' ; ,
ring the game did the Tornadoesert ; (1 j/
their full strength on the t I

Id. i I
"I was well pleased with the way I I
y veteran backs, Strickland and
oper, lugged the ball from n 1
Immage all afternoon. It will be
its a bill for next year's young
ickfleld men to fill the shoes of &.g.


'se boys.I HEARDThe ..1. r





crowd at the B. H. S.-Green 1

temoon ive Springs seemed football very game small Friday when DOROTHY DARNIT By Ch 1r llm t

mpared to the large crowd that .. .L- .. .n --0

tended the Homecoming game V/t GOT A COME. TO WAIT' RIGHT THeRE ? ) NOW ARE You SATISFIED? ( .!
e previous Friday, but the few / LmJ I"I'"
ho attended had a very good PLrWERPJArJO.BUT r\V noose 'TILL i CALL YOU r
me. VOU'AINT ILL SHOW

Among those attending the Flor- L YOU I OOMT BEUEVE 1 a '

VAuburn football game In HER
tinesvllle Saturday were: Coach ., rw'a
arson, A. E. Wall, Frank Inman, I I.
atton Cooper, Frow Strickland, I''
I I'' hn
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artha Brownlee Bunnie Canova I a ) 1iI ilb
artha PowelL Marjorie Stump, n H
)ls Adklns, S. R. Johns, Robert e N Ib't i
hapman. Sullivan Carter, Mignon 1l' e .
:won Estelle Kendrick, Ruth I Ila
:ernberg, and W. T. Weeks. I COULD
Many B. H. S. students and r V LISTEN To L
umnl attended the Homecoming .r THAT AU. I
Gainesville last NIGHT /f
lebration In I


'red afternoon.A out to the. State Farm Sun- 4rM1 1/

.large crowd is expected to fol-

VI the team to Jasper Thanks- ..
vlng because it Is the last game e s- / jfij
the season and the last that '

any of the team will play. ItGUld r... (CarrrVha .. lye,
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\ be Let's
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good -- .
a very game. NUcTH $, II

!hat's IlL I go the and least boost we for could our do team.for KJ biAIN ;THIl G..ONMAIN STREET;' I. Bj1L'i. ,'Yanf Zeim. l.

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gilt Hazel with Adkins her parents spent en route Sunday to lbtilY Buzz .+, LAV Poi Iwftwu a / I'lt'. -1. "I I I1
Uahasaee. 011
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Alice MMN 4TRECTSPEKDUK mN'It.. OH MOU '.... ; .
Fernandez, an ex-student MOOU ,
tSADNG I'cw 19A0GR. *** NtJU
B. H. S. at F. S. *<' 7x11 'CIE DOMOM ,
and a student ulgD uP 1 1ki PMiM S+L
!', In Tallahassee, spent the I GITTS JUST L'L HOM-"TIIQ .
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week-end\ In Starke. I 92 ,
XraCOTS AS UCAT- r1 F'NE 7uEte3 HOW /YOU a acnorp'tH'AKGt

GOOD LUCK TO YOU BOYS cuts-PONY Z7 LIKE IT } HURRY 1HSQ&uP, HOT AWlMAt onuv-ncur ; ,,

w. th-; ( --3 HOT WtA4CQ
hear Postrwtea
one of our A cast OUT Of ?naV9ECCL ALL u '
;v; Harry Tyson Is leaving : > _ __ f- ? "tiM... ,wTTP i
dne Uay for Dunnellon where he
9CJir i Tp+r 7A.CNfGLL "- 1J
"a one of our prominent citizens, : '
ERwtaJSTED c )4TIE
'rthur Manasna.' are opening up a I
MEAT ''j'1: Q11a7. \
"Mire. We wL.h them all the suc- ''SI I
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Sa In the work. We know that tCCQOMDje -
e ( ; ceATXfttCP
: MrgMar san exceedingly tD..m: IMSMTTCMCD .
: and Mr. Ty- I
asDeCK' k'Y
OeM
pleasing personalities.:Mr.
... HTi
an**** has k" operating the
l>
WdC 4 FORCED MMB
I"*Theatre for the past year. We ) fULL >T DCMHHMM }y + r
aU hate to see these boys swa&1'
ve -- e.-+
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PAOK FOUR mtAOFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY .

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Woodmen Entertains Circle At Banquet : l lII I I ZIFF week through Mrs. Linton our section of Stark"'>ne ''Jay pe,4 t!


t 'ocietJj chrysanthemums Quantities in floor of baskets yellow attractively added and purple colorto arranged f Do You Know ? I MlM Lal. Mae I.v.la. Cor. of other Miss Mr.relatives and Mrs.this r week s >V ai1


the Masonic Hall Tuesday evening Services were held at Little Rock Marguerite Ellen Howard ,tad M,
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when the Starke Crove Wood- Church Saturday and Sunday by ville' Groover lie .J""k"'

Presbyterian Young People W. M. S, Circles men Circle entertained at a cover- ": s..aersr.ettser..aa.r.aMr the pastor, Rev. Lloyd Johns, J. H. Thomas were Sunday.visiting Mul, Haz:

To Conduct Service Will Meet MondayThe ed dish banquet. IV'U "" Kelly, and W. M. Moody of La-
Mr.
After the regular business meet- Crosse. and Mrs. R. B. Th"lI1ll1o

: The Christian Endeavor Societyof circles of the Woman's Mis- ing, six delegates were initiated < Mr and Mrs. Britton Grooverand daughter, Miss Hazel wen' vtsiUI al

the Presbyterian Church will sionary Society of the Methodist into this lodge, with the Starke .. sons of Jacksonville spent Sun- at Fairbanks Saturday

conduct the service at the church Church will meet Monday after- drill team, with Miss Gladys Williams r day with Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Misses Ruby and Leatha
Sunday evening: and a splendid noon at 3:00: o'clock. Circle No. 1 as captain, .taking part in Thomas. were visiting: their sister, icon:
program has been arranged by will meet at the home of Mrs. J. W. the Initiation ceremonies. Lloyd Dyal, Sunday Mr
service. Mrs. Andrews and Mr. and Mra. I. W. Dyal of Gra- afternoon.
these young people for this Andrews, with Distinguished guests wero Miss Miss Eunice
The program ia as follows: I Mrs. W. E. Middleton as Joint hostesses Myrtle Ollls Crump, state mana- ham spent last Sunday here with ing Miss AUdrey Prescott Was VL",
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewla. Polk
)i Organ Prelude. Circle No. 2 will meet with ger, of Tampa; Mrs. Leila Davis, Sunday."r at .

Hymn, "Now the Day Is Over.'t! Mrs. E M. Johns at her home on state president, of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. H. E Thomas and Dan

Scripture Reading, Roman 12. North Cherry Street. Mrs Ann Richardson and Mrs. Lo- sons, Floyd and Morris, and Miss Brooker..Polk and son, Clifton. r

' Vocal Duet-Mrs. E. M. Davis Members of the society are requested rendo Lockwood of Jacksonville, Rhoda Thomas all of Jacksonville, day were in our section Su,

< i and Mrs. R. J. Davis. to bring to this meeting both past national delegates; Mrs were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. .

" Prayer. pieces of cotton material suitablefor Vonda Inman, district manager, r .t li il. Thomas Friday.Mrs. FAMOUS -
making quilts, and same will and Congressman R. A. Green t sp F. W. Reynolds and daughters Sultan of TUKKEVS
"We've to Tell to _
Hymn, a Story
be sent to one of our mission During the social hour the following Jaunita and Wanell, and son, ,
the Nations. -------- trot
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1 t r. S. E. and homes In Key West. program was given: Donald, of Graham were visiting .. ---
Offertory-Duet by ---- -- -------Stan
t Reading, Mlsa Bunnte Canova; here last Sunday.Mr. ___
; James Ritch. talking __. __. _
Celebrates Tenth BirthdayMary piano solo, Clara Flume; solo with .
' Religious play "The Woman Richard Register of Jack- -_--.---- hash, giblets,
, Who Turned Back. Lorraine Stockwell was guitar accompaniment, Miss Geneva sonville was visiting at the home, stew, soup, croquette ad Infinity gumb
Youngblood of Waldo, and several -
Cloning: hymn, "Ob, Jesjia I Have hostess to a number of her little
mandolin and guitar selections ,
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Promised. friends Friday afternoon from a Kt FFT v
were given by the Hundley I
Benediction. 3:30: to 5:30 o'clock at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. slaters.
U. D. C. Will Meet Stockwell, on Walnut Street, the The guests were seated at a
large, beautifully appointed table,
Afternoon her tenth birthday v
.( Wednesday occasion being Thanksgiving
''I anniversary.A distinguished guests being placedat
.J The local chapter of United the head of the table. A several
most afternoon was
enjoyable
Daughters of the Confederacy will course dlnn'er was served.
and late in
meet Wednesday, December 6, at pent In playing games Mrs. Beulah Hunt, guardian of

3:30: p.m., at the home of Judge the afternoon refreshments were the grove, presented a gift from ;:/"
and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Hostesses: served to these guests by the little the chapter to each of these honor OP <

Mrs. Adkins, Miss Amelia Ray and hostess assisted by her mother. guests, Jj'c .- Day
Miss Olive Ray.Executive Mary Lorraine received many love Lake Cutler, Gainesville and 9 ".. :
: ,. i ly gifts from her little friends who Ocala groves were Invited. iD
Board To Meet wished for her many more happy .--.. -
birthdays. "h.h, c..J!". )f.'cat rNlwyr
The executive board of the'Woman's Legion Auxiliary When Old King Gobbler
liner coming the! St. Lawrence River to Quebec
Entertained ocean-going up
Club will meet Wednesday Agents of the Louisiana depart- THAT
Montreal take on a pilot at Father Point, 160 miles below the "iwe Reigns Supreme
have counted
morning, December 6 at the club ment of conservation ::
afternoon at 3:30 o'clockat la
i Monday : Ancient Capital? The St. Lawrence at this point approximately
house at 10 o'clock. All members sixty different bird families in that the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. twenty mile. wide and It Is on record that outgoing chips have been fWHaU.ECON0.4Y: A* your neighborhood A&P Food Store'
asked to be present. state. Simmons, Mrs.' Vouda Inman was unable to drop their pilots on account of the choppy water at this place R utES you will, find a 1 hostess to members of the Starke with the consequence that some of these gentlemen have been presented --' aa aa a.aaaa B a al good thing needed for the ocruHlon
I American Legion with a trip to some European port-forced but nevertheless, Including some of the finest turkey. raised In America-offrrnl
Auxiliary.Fall eceptable.. Father Point Is shown In the photograph. at the usual AAI': low prices.
r FRIDAY :AND SATURDAY flowers added brightness to
41I the living where the
room guests NOTE
: Turkeys are handled only in our meat markets, however
SEND UNUSED BOOKS TO Lower rates obtained in
were seated and a most enjoyable freight your A&V: store manager will be glad to take your order and I
afternoon was spent. This chapters BIMOUL.! LIBRARIES the last year on milk shipped into get your bird for you.
making lots of plans for the Boston meant a saving of about

4 SPECIALS coming months and this special There doliftUesa. 1 homesIn ten cents .a hundred, pounds to BEST GRADE
are' ) ( many
meeting was a get-together meetIng WIth books dairymen.
I Tallahassee juvenile WHITE\ MEAT '
to outline these plans. stuck away In libraries, book- Lba8Ihc
Late in the afternoon refreshments -
attics books
CASH ONLY cases or no longer
r66c were served by Mrs. Inman used because the children have WATER GROUND

and Mrs. Simmons. grown up or gone away, books that

'Ii Squibb} Mint Flavored Cod Liver Oil________39c Baptist-W. M..S. MeetingThe would be greatly appreciated by MEAL or GRITS 5Lbs lOc

75c Squibb Mineral Oil____ ___________-______59c story-hungry children in the ,

f' rOe; McKesson Milk of Magnesia_______________39c business and program meet. schools. DIXIE CRYSTAL

25c Mennen's orated Talcum________________19c Ing of the Baptist Woman's Mis- Every day little folks will come

$1.00( Warn poles Preparation (Cod Liver Oil)_____79c sionary Society was held at the and ask for Daddy Long Legs, Little SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c

I' $1.25 Creomulsion __ ______________________$1.08 church Monday afternoon at 3:00: Women, and many others, says ,
o'clock with Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. Elizabeth Cobb, principle of
: $1.00( Creosoted Cough Expectorant-____________69c of the
president society, conducting the Caroline Brevard school. nnlMonte: BartlettPEARS
35c Vicks Salve __ _. __._-- _________________.__29c the devotional which opened witha
1 "The children need good reading
$1.00( Wine of Cardui_____________________-P-79C song. Mrs. Darby read the twenyflfth matter to fill their leisure time," No. 2'/2 Can. 19c

'i if 35c Sloans Liniment ____________-------------29c chapter of Matthew which Mrs. Cobb stated. DelMontn:
44c was followed by two solos, "Give
60c Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin------------------ "We will
.t appreciate one PRIEST'STOY
19c.50c Your Best to the Master" and "I any PEACHES No.2/ Can 2cans 29c
Cough Syrup .
25c Nyal Baby ---------------- sending us books-(/old or new) that
Hind's Honey and Almond Cream._,________39c Gave My Life for Thee, ;; sung by are lying Idle in their homes." I
I OCTAGON
Mrs. J. D. Doyle accompanied by
35c Mennen's Shaving Cream_________._______-29c Mra. E. L. Biggs, and closed witha Much good can be done by presenting I
-________:.._25c the school libraries with TOWNOPENS SOAP
100 Aspirin Tablets___________ prayer by Mrs. R. A. Thomas. POWDER 5pkgs. lOcPEAS

25c Black Draught __________________________17c The program for the afternoonwas books that have been outgrown at

50c Syrup pf,Black Draught__,_--_,_,__1______39c in charge of CIrcIe'No" 2 with home.
A & I'
'It mothers and
fathers
60c Mineral Oil 39c Mrs. L. O. Powell as leader. The only
---------- ---------------
i' 75c Listerine _i_____ _____________________59c topic for the program was "Stew- would realize how the much readers the and children story Friday December 1 No. 2 Can, 2 for 35c
use I
25c Colgate Tooth Taste______________________19c ards of the Word, and assisting Alder- books, I'm sure they would see they DplllontbASPARAGUS
the leader were Mrs. G. W.
; 50c Conti Castile Shampoo-------------------.39c get to our libraries," Mrs. Cobb
man, Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Miss We wish to announce thatwe TIPS Picnic 2 for 25c
$1.00 Beef Iron and \Vine__________--_______79c aid. "This book problem shouldbe ,
Tablets __ ____69c Etta Ttaon. brought to the attention of will have our "TOY
100( Bayer Aspirin ______ The regular business was attended IONA
I ]1 1-:, to and it was decided that every person in town." TOWN" opening on Friday,

I church attendance would count the Since this Is National Book December. 1. Every one is APRICOTS No. 21/ Can 2 for 25c
same as attendance at these meetIngs Week it Is appropriate that the to : ,
i \ Canov3HPharmacY' in the attendance contest between call should be made at this time.- Invited come.

the circles. It was aldo Tallahassee Democrat. C. & C.

': STARKE FLORIDA voted to change the date of these We have the most attrac- GINGER ALE Large Bottle lOc
: NO FLACK LIKE JAIL ,
:1 L meetings from the second and tive line of holiday goods

fourth Mondays to the first and I -:--' that we have ever had.
One'of the dis- R INS 0 8-oz. pkg. 2 for .15cGRANDMOTHER'S
shocking
third: Mondays of each month, ef- i 'most. Here you may easily find .
fective December 1. On accountof closures of recent' weeks is the gifts suitable for -

l: 'HOW WOMEN WIN MEN the Week of Prayer beginningthe story Alabama of the women who refused textile to workersIn leave name on your shopping every list. Fresh, Plain or Sliced'BREAD

First Monday in December the the jail where they bad been confined We have just' the cute 14-oz LARGE

regular circle meetings will be heldon because it was more' comfortable dolls in town, and candies, 7 FAMILY lOc
I AND MEN WIN the second Monday afternoon c
: ; i with the business and program than their own homes. wagons games, pedal cars Loaf LOAF
These women-arrested after an men's gifts and all sorts of
meeting on the third Monday aft-
; The Favor of Other Men It outburst of violence In connection nice things for mothers
ernoon at the church. was especially EVAPORATED iou E Jan I7c
t urged that the ladles of i with a cotton mill strike at Mobile jisters and girl friends. ; MILK, 3 ,
eitwot them to But rid of this potion
s Unless two pints ofbile juice their freedom
offered on
that d.akoy.l your personal' charm. 'They the church attend these Week of -were You should see them all.
,i flow daily from your liver into I can't do It, for they only more out the bond and turned It down. "We TOMATOES lona Brand 3 No. 2 25c
t your bowels, your food decays taU and of your bowels and that do.an't' Prayer meetings, and as many as hot water In for ens
have jail
your bowels. This poisons your, toke away enough of the decayed pullolt.Comnatioa can to go to Pine Grove Church running An illustrated circular' has
", hard won't help at all. of baths> which beats heating waterIn Qt..
whole body. Movements get Saturday to attend the Day RAJAH Pts.
Only a tree How of your bile julc will been sent to If ithasn't
'...l and constipated. You get yellow a tin pall and washing in a you.
atop thus dens potion In your bowela. Th Prayer meeting given by the wom-
tongue, yellow skin, pimples, dull one mild vvvetabU mcdloln which atari en of the New River Baptist Association laundry tub all hollow," one of reached you, please SALAD DRESSING 13c 23cAnn
i, eyes: bad headacfle.breath bail taste gas, C Little free Liver How of Pllla.your No bile calomel juice it(mercury Cartar't) proceeding the Week of them explained. When you reflecton call for it at the store.
I', i dizziness, You have bel tn Cartar'a. Only] Jtn., mild vegetabletxtrarta. Prayer. what a diurnal place the ordi-
come an ugly-looking: foulsmelling If you would bring back your county jail i9.'and then reflect PagePRESERVES
nary We invite to listen in
ourthlnklnaperllon.. Youi personal' charm to win men. start taking Interesting reports were given you on
l ('.rt.r'. Little Liver Pllla according to Circle No. further on the fact that even such 1-lb.Jar l5c
I i have lost your personal charm direction today. 2U at drug .to...-.. by th different circles. :. accommodation, seemed to these our radio announcementsevery ,
'f I, Everybody wants to run from you. Rufus"aom.thlnc juat aa rood" far It 3 will have charge of the flowers morning at 9:15 over
"i; But don't take salts, mineral may gripe. ]looun teeth or acaldrvctum. and program for the month of December women preferably to their- own WJAX. MACARONI orSPAGHETTI
waters, oils, laxative pills, laxative r IM1U Aik by for name C.rter'and LlttltLlv gel 9t The meeting was closed homesl you get a glimpse at the

candies or chewing gums and what you. ark fur OI938. O.M.Co. ____ with a prayer by Mrs. Darby.I ivng conditions with which some lib.1 10c!
". American citizens must put up.- Use our lay-away plan. ,
Palm Beach Times. With a small 'deposit we

1 will lay away your Christ QUAKER MAID


I rIJ Meet Me atSTERCHI'S' Woodmen Members Circle of NOTICE the are stark asked Crove to mas order now. PORK and BEANS, 16-oz.Can 5c


I please get their dues to the treasurer Van H. Priest Co.

: Mrs. L. S. Hutto, by Friday.On .
account of having a broken 5c to $1.00 Stores Fresh Produce

; /ic arm Mrs. Hutto Is unable to go _
around and collect these dues, so Located atfudlllOn .
FIRM GOLDEN. RIPCBANANAS
l An Invitation she Is asking that the members
Flo.; Wllligton, FIa.| 5c
t ;{ et.c. !in Jacksonville. bring their dues to her at her Terry, Fla.; Starke, Fla.; Monti- ; 1 lb. _
Monday, Dec. 4lh. we open our r.w
home. cello, Fla. Lake Fla.
modem ; City. !
home which ta pictured, nil b> the most
Our new
Jultmun Go., and 303-5-7 Broad Large HeadLETTUCE
in the Bwrtnlaod. We ooetllally -
aid complet furniture store S. ... KRAMER Street, JackftonvlUts FI... 9c
,r d Invite you, to visit us during tale Bata opentta each _
,
'4 'ei Come be w'Ji: us. inspect cur new boa*. lee UM nail sl L. Kramer, 54, Seaboard AirLine
i a modem and the newest atyiM la fumlwro, TO** .*..: aa4 Railway conductor and native New Florida .
ill above all, compare our low prices. 'Jbe values wO aMountf of1 Starke died at his home In
( I t 1 you. Your visit at this time or any other does pot OHg&U Tampa Monday night. He was a WHY NOT HAVE THE GRAPEFRUIT 2for.
": 3'' jl 1 yuu to buy. Our modern met room wet always be open member of Egypt Temple Shrine
A maid wd be in attendance: and BEST?
convenience.
Sot Freoh
Ii your and Scottish Rite,,,.
5c
will: always be weicomat.
J.: I you Survivors are his widow. Mrs. All new; modern equipment.We COCONUTS each _

The Sooth's Largest Furniture Stop } Ruth GUI Kramer; two daughters. are prepared to serve.
Mrs. Joseph S. Clark of St. Peters- Our service Is finer, our FKESH
--am.--- burg, Fla.. and Mrs. J. C. John lOc
l s son of Tampa; two sisters !olr.. N. price Is lower.BOREE CELERY, Large _

?r L OVB NEW' BOMB eJ S T Elf. II C H h and E. Watson Mrs. Jewel c' Oak Wbeddon Harbor of, Wash.Seattle -, PI-NPRAI.&DIRECTORS GIDDENS LARGE,YELLOW 1 Dc


JacksoaTiDe fie. Wash.; two brothers, Floyd P.... 8-O3O4 AmknlMC ..rY'"* ONIONS, 3 lbse __ y
20 West Ada M Kramer of Alley Co., and doe K. JACKSON VH.LE. FLA.Stark COSIPa
Ferris of Portland Ore.. and twograndchildren. THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEAVftofripillt
.
*. Fla.. Bramch. Near D.p.<

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CEMn1'\\. less: n..WFOnD COUNTY T6LiCtaRAPn 8TARKB. ft.ORlDA _.. .
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Judge and Mrs. George A. Gardiner '
spent Sunday' In Hastingswith NAT SEZ: j
Mr and Mrs. W. S. Yelvertonand :
Mr and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts. .
Bits oi Thanksgiving always remindsme
Tip Top Grocery 1
of what my wife said to me J 1E
Miss Patsy Brinson of Hugh has one day when I got mad about!
been spending: several days here something o r

local Neves. with her sisters Mrs. Charley E. other. She said< ,

Johns and Mrs. Hulda Corpening. You' remind me .' STARKE FLORIDA
of a turkey.'" I Mt100 _.elfSale ,

Concerning Our People. Business and Mr. and Mrs. John J. Canova and said "What do
young son Gainesville were you mean by Nov. 24 Lasts Thru Dec. 2
--
Begins
Progress, of the County and Town. Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. that?'" Shepard. ti "

Canova's mother :Mrs. E. E. Ca. "You get all v I

nova. ,swelled up and '
I Tweenie Weenie ; !
10- then lose your v CHEESE
L M. Gray of Gainesville was a Clayton Strickland and W E. I Mr. L. F. Dinkins and; little head.'" Many a k FLOUR t

prominent visitor bere Thursday.Mr Torode were, transacting businessin daughter, Jo Ann of Lawtey are gobbler lost his l 'Pound 15c PEASSNOWDRIFT
Ocala Monday afternoon spending the week here with her head this week, S. R. or PLAIN

and Mrs. George B. Flynn parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. An- so folks If you No. 2 Can_ 15cTOMATOES y
Friday In Jacksonville. Mrs. W. B. Haynea of Lakelandhas dreu. think you haven't got anything to MACARONIPackage y.I
spent been the guest for several days be thankful for, just be thankful .I

Miss Beatrice Bullen spent the of Dr and Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Dr. and Mrs. K. A. McDowell of you're not a turkey and let It go 24 Pounds _.____83c _- -- .. 5c

In Daytona Beach. Lake Butler were here Sunday aft- at that.I .43c 3 No. 2 Cans 25c
week-end George Blair of Wildwood was a 12 Pounds __. -
ernoon visiting their soninlawand
guest Thanksgiving Day at the know will be thankful for BUTTER
>
daughter Mr. and Mrs. O. J. you
W McEver of Graham was a L. S. Hutto. Notice How Much Less
home of Mr. and Mrs. of the values find at 24c
Griffls. some you'll Pound MILK
visitor here Tuesday.
business with --
Sum berg's Store.* this coming Lard It Taken to Cook
Paul Knight of the University of week 3 Tall Cans 17cSUGAR
Attorney and Mrs. A. S.: Mrs. James Shepard of Milliard FLOUR
State's Florida was the guest of his parents -i THIS GOOD BEANS
Crews were visitors to Jacksonville Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight, was a guest Monday of her son-in- OUR Northern

?lay, Sunday.E. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. WE ALSO HAVEBALLARD'S Pound 5c
Carl A. Knight! at their home on NEW ARRIVALS

C H 'Nasworthy was a business E. Burney J. L. Harrell and Call Street. met: ---\!.:.- 5 Pounds 24cPILLSBURY'S
J vlsitorto Jacksonville Tuesday aft- C. R. Whitehead of Lawtey were Ladies' Polo Coats

ernoon. business visitors here Tuesday .Miss! Cleo Shepard has returnedto loyal Blue and Navy Blue and
morning. her home in Hilliard after a SALT
A. F. Sauls of Wildwood spent! short visit here with her sinters $12.50All '

I the week-end In Starke with his Miss Pearl Reddish of Jackson- Mrs. C. A. Knight. and Miss Lena 5c
I family ville la spending the week in Starke Belle Shepard. Silk, Dresses vKUU"r {I 2 Packages

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. J 10lb. Bag 17c J
HUu'k, Brown, Hod Navy
FRUIT I CAKE
and Mrs. D. C. Kinlaw
Mr spent Reddish. :
Mrs. E. W. Harris and son, I 100lb. Bag .$1.00
|Sunday in Jacksonville with $4:95NOW :
Johnny, of Jacksonville, were
I friends. Rev. and Mrs. William :M Baileyof guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. MATERIAL __
Jacksonville spent Sunday here H. Smith and Mrs. Harris' mother, ON DISI'LAYDolls : BLACK PEPPER

I Brooker Mr. and were Mrs.visitors Albert here Surrency Monday of and with.family.Mr. and Mrs. Nat Williams Mrs. Irene .Wills. Wagons, Citron Peel Ib. __ _____29c l / .oz. Can 5c I
.
I afternoon. Mechanical Toys Lemon Peel, Ib. __ -.- .-29c
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop had
Orange Peel, lb. _.. __29c 4oz. Can lOc y
Miss Pauline Strode has recently --
as guests Thanksgiving Day, J. C. AH Finn 1111 Assortment tut You Pound ..25cCHARMER
L. O Hazen of Brooker was attending Cherries lb. ___ .___ .39c -
moved to Green Cove Spring! Richard of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. A. \\11I Find Anywhere 8-oz. Can 15c
I to business here Friday where she has charge of the relief D. Williamson of Bradenton and Pineapple, Ib. _________39c :

I afternoon. work there. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Carter and LAST HUT NOT LEAST Ginger, lb. ---------- 39c 16-oz. Can 27c

two sons of Gainesville.Mrs. Peters' Shoes Raisins 2 pkgs. _______15c 2 Cans __ _. .25c SAGE 9.oz pkg. 15c
a. W. Roberts and Cohen Frele Miss Mary Canova is in Talla-

of Lawtey were business visitors hassee attending the Homecoming S. T. Dell and daughter ALL KINDS SPICES Pure Ground
, here Monday. festivities at Florida State Collegefor
Miss Olive of Gainesville will LARD CANS 30c
I IT PAYS_ TO .BUY AT '
Women.L. spend the week-end in Starke with COFFEE, 2 Ibs. 25c
Eurle G. Spires, prominent.lumberman Mrs. Dell's brother-in-law and sis- MIXEDCANDY .

of Lake Butler was a visitor H. Hill of Lawtey. representative ter, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Wilson, STERNBERG'SStarke All Hours "SYRUP s
/ here Friday. of the Federal Land Bank of at their home on Call Street.
Columbia, .S. C., was a business Pound .lOc COFFEE, lb. .,. 19c Gallon .50c I l
T A. Brinson, naval stores'operator visitor here Monday.M. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Kinlaw, who ,Florida
of Hugh, was a business visitor have been residing at Airs. Kin-

/ here Monday.Mr. P. Matheny, Emery Matheny, law's home in Waldo since their Mrs. T. Frank; Landrum and lit LUX Best IRISH POTATOES, 10 Ibs. __:19c 0 L D I
tle daughter Ideal, are spending
J. P. Roberts Carl Hough and C. J. recent marriage have moved to :
and Mrs. Charles Imbach Crews of the Brooker section were several days in Brooksvllle with
Starke and locatedat
spent the week-end In Green,Cove visitors here Friday. the Kinlaw are residence pleasantly'on South Mr. Landrum's parents, Mr and FLAKES Yellow Ripe BANANAS, 4 lbs.._ -- .. 15c DUTCH .l
Springs with relatives. Church Street. Mrs. J. A. Landrum.Dr. ,

Mrs. W. P. Randall and childrenof York Imperial APPLES, 3 Ibs. '-..- '.1 Oc
Miss Bunnie Canova, Miss Lois Jacksonville are guests of her Mrs. R. O. Daniel of Venice was and Mrs. J. W. Klncald of 2 k 3 Ca1S

[Adkins, Miss Martha Powell.Miss parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez the guest of relatives here for Cattlesburg Ky., have been guests p gS. Best EATING APPLES Dozen.__...20c
Marjorie Stump and S. R. Johns, for several days. several days last week and was of Mrs. Kmcald's brotherinlawand ,
Jr, motored to Gainesville Satur- _0 accompanied home by her mother sister, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. 20c

Jay for the Florida-Auburn:foot- Mr. and Mrs. R T. Osteen of: Mrs Josephine Edwards who has Beasley, at their"home on Walnut I 19c TOKAY GRAPES, 2 lbs. .. -- .. --.--.- lSc
all I game. Brooker were guests Sunday of.Mr. been spending several months here Street for several' days. Friendsof
and Mrs. P M.: Barefoot at .their with her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Kincaid will be In- I t
home on Cherry Street. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edwards.Mr. terested to learn that they will be CRANBERRIES Quart JOe
ENT: .A'COLUMN WORD located In Bradenton for the winter LUX ., ._ .. I IVORY
,. .
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Balsden W. H. Griffin and two months. ,

and son,Ralph, of Lake City, spent daughters. Misses Hattie and Lena Best Yellow ONIONS, 2 lbs... ________Sc
Thanksgiving here with Mr. Baisiden'a of Goldaboro, N. C., were week-end In County the Clrrvlt* Klorldn Court, In hanccrr.of Bradford SO A P SO A P

father W. W. Baisden. guests of Judge and Mrs A. Z. Ad- v... No, StOl Idaho POTATOES 3Ibs. .10c \ ,
Baking '
lOGS FOR SALE-Or: will trade
kins and Mrs. M. E. Edwards at A. n Warn, Complainant vn. James .; ,
half corn and half caeh. G.'R. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McLendonof the Adklns residence on Walnut IS. Qoodfellaw et al.. Defendant. 3 Bars Bar ,

with, Boatwick, Fla. 10.20-tf Jacksonville were guests Sun- Street en route to Punta Gorda NOTICE OnPBROF TO 8FJRVJC1 APrtJAH Large CELERY, Each .. _.. __.___tOc w,
day of Mr. and C. H. Nasworthy at where they will be located for the .
3R RENT-Downstairs apart- TIlE STATK OF FLOmr- .
their home on Walnut Street winter months.Bailin' To William DiiWMon and Jim Daw- 17c ASPARAGUS 5c .
bath indivld- DelMonte No. 2 15c
ment with
private ; ion, the r..lden" of each of whom can
|al garage. F. A. Scott. ltp In 4603 Crlttenrten Drive In the City
Mr. and Mrs. W.J.Epperson Jr.. of Ijoulavllle, County of JerrereonState ,
FOR SALE Cabbage plants, of the State Farm were guests Charlie:Says of Kentucky, IT 13 HKHUliYOKUHHRD
Wakefield, Succession and Flat Sunday of :Mr.' and Mrs. O. J. Cill-: are' required that to you appear and each on the of you 4th BEST WHITE J :

Dutch 15c: per 100 $1 per 1000. fie fct the Flume apartments.Miss day the In abuve December entitle, A. 1 Court>, 1933 to before the LARD CIGARETTES

Ion sets later. A. J. Griffis amended and plemental bill nf 1
ptarke, Florida. 11-24tf Mollle Hardee has returnedto complaint fllt.4 against you and each All Kinds ,

her home in Fernandina after a .. of wherein you In the the complainant above entitled.....k.cause to, 2 Pounds _____14c BACONPound .
OR SALE-Cenulne Missionary' ; short visit here with her uncle and 4i f', la' foreclose a certain mortgage. .. a Pkg 11.. ,
Strawberry plants grown from aunt. Mr. and Mrs L.; A. Davis. a c firm and prior Hen, Superior, to the .
rlalm of each erf the following
< v you over *
lock of Allen Nurseries of Mary- !, described lands and premleeaIn 3 Pounds ------.23 e -- ._ _____ _Be
nd, set last February fl.50 per Mrs. E. L. Biggs and little' Bradford Connly;Florida. to-wlt SNUFF 'fi
The SJCVt: of 83CW,and KVj of HWVi
|housand fob. Castleberry. Free daughter Dotty Sue spent Tues of 8K%, of Section 21, also beginningat 3 Cams
plea upon request. N. P. Thur- day in St. Augustine with her the NoTtheant'(!orner of Section\ 25c
28, Township Sunth.. Range 22 Kat, .u
ond, Castleberry Ala. mother and brother Mrs. O. J. ; and run South an portion line I 1020 FANCY 'WHOLE TOBACFR
SIl GROUND
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10-274tll-17| | Griffin and Owen W. Griffin feet, thence West 1820 ,feet' thence PLUG :
North 1028, feet thence Bast 1820
feet to point <;"tb.b..ftnlfh: all InTownship 2 For _25c 1
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5 o East :
and hereby Bradford designated County the Telegraph newspaper le RICE Smoking MEAL or GRITS L

In which this notice Khali be pub- ,
_
You Know? ,
l L + Do + / ecutive llahed once weeks.Witness each week for four con TOBACCO -- { '

the Honorable A. Z. Ad- 5 Pounds 19c 6 Packages 25c 10 Pounds .
Th. words o th' kin. an Judge of this Court and the ---- ._ 19c .
seal of thin Court la Htarke, Bradford ,
wise are often County Florida: .,. thla 24th day .

III 1 ftlnli- r i--T; taken too seriously of October, 119.A. J. THOMAS We Are Handing Out A BAKER'S COCOA, / .Ib. Can .. -..., -- ._''10''f
(Official Owk Circuit Court. Large Circular on
V of the fool-not Heal) Bradford County. Florida.Knlnht I
A Knight Bturke, Fla.Attorneys .
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serious enougK fur Corapkumntiiaistiizi" HEINZ SOUPS 'I
BAKER'S
I This Week CHOCOLATE, p k g. ._-- --lOc '.

READ CAREFULLY 'I IAKER'S

COCONUT, pkg: "__ ____._ 5c II'

CITIES SERVICE STATIONOn GEM NUT OLEO I


Mtcw Pound .. ... __ _.._10c Qt. Jar MUSTARD __ ____-___ __ lOc [
p,: '. 4. Road 13 Opposite Jail

,
TOMATO.JUICE'
: 24-oz. SWEET PICKLES .. 13cQt.
_---- --- --- -
'i : & CITIES SERVICE GASOLINE 1 Can 5cPINEAPPLE

3 (White Gasoline) r'
LANG'S DILL PICKLES .___ ._____ 15c ;
SERVICE AND KOOL
CITIES No. 1% Can.. ._ __10c -

MOTOR OILS OCTAGON SOAP, 10 For __. _____....._25c
KEROSENECOLD DelMonte FRUITS

For Salad O. K. SOAP '
or POWDER. For_____ lOc

DRINKS A Tall Can __ _. ..__15c '

CIGARSCIGARETTESCANDIES PEAS, 3 No. 2 Cans---__ J -- _._----.--.25
U"PA. x DelMonte Bartlett ell

PEARS, tall can 12c CORN, 3 No.2' Cans___ _. __ ___ _25c '
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_-__ ____ __. >"I i iI
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Want Your Patronage--Courteous Service
of the largest I" Nr.JI JELLO
THAT the largest hydrangea In Canada Dominion and on.Experimental Farm .tlWMlz. FREE AIR AND WATER -
I. to b. found on the
British Columbia? This hydrangea shown above was planted -a I
feet In circumference and It W. H. ANDREWS Manager
63
l area ,
an
yearn ago an I now It covers sash being! OR
I In th. group
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*,W feet high. Five specimens were planted from th. ground.Meual I
Alined' atom .rl"11
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tree h.p.
back to on.
pruning ean.irta of cutting th. pert 55..05's growth bloo",. ROYAL GELATIN !
larger
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*o pair of b a" t la "d. The blo.- are CITIES SERVICE STATION
Monger stems f.an where "G pruning! P"e
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frfjled '
**fiK.d .rml"ay:: an currant ....on', growth and shrub.i they ar.blOM9H>'lng Package --- ____5c Pound -__ __14e .pt. 14c Pt... .25e I '
hardy
** In the wa.o.K. thla variety' la an Ideal -= ,
*"*" most ether a.irub era 'long past the flowering period. "" -- l ft
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PAGE SIX B1I.&DI"OBD OOUNTr JEOBATH.. BTABKg.: IXOMPA FRIDAY. DECEMBER I,

I
t! STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL AFTER -- --
. -" Florida i Farmers PLANT CITY-Dates for the TAMPA-Seeking FEDERAL AID
a
; fourth annual Florida Strawberry loan for half million i government
Debts With dOllar
Paying ,
1 Festival were tentatively set as cera and directors of the ofn

Adjustment Money LIVE STATE NEWSNews February 27 to March 3, at a meetIng Fair and Gasparllla Association Florid
FARMERS SECTION of the directors( of the Florida have launched the most ambltwl
Festival here Wednes-
,
Strawberry porgram for the
GAINESVILLE Florida farmers of Florida In Short ParagraphsAUTO day. Setting the dates for the an- has ever been outlined exposition that I
for
; Conducted by Demonstration Agents who are receiving benefit and I nual strawberry exposition followed American agricultural fair. "l
it
rental payments from the Secre- the annual election of officers. announced here,last weekINDEPENDENTS Waa j

r tary of Agriculture for participating -
In the agricultural adjustment ,.,........___ ...a- --- -I FAIR TREATMENT -
11I----- -- SIGN
program are paying old debts and TALLAHASSEE! "Justice and LAKELAND-Thirty-nine
buying absolutely necessary articles TOURIST TRAVELST. BOTTLE CROSSES ATLANTIC fair treatment" was guaranteedlast ,independent -
.Florida's Champion shippers,
HousewivesWeekly particularly clothing with I PETERSBURG-A total of ST. PETERSBURG bottle claiming to rep_
Hints To Thursday by Governor Sholtz resent 7.936.500 boxes
i Club Girls To Visit the money received, gays J. Lee 2,056 tourist cars'came Into Florida dropped in the sea at Gibraltar by to a number of Tarpon Springs fled their purpose of have eiml.

1. Smith, district agent with the Ag- I over the four United States John A. Forlong of this city, was sponge fishermen arrested by Tay- citrus probating signing the
National 4-H Event from Ham Deotoastratlon ricultural Extension Service. Mr. highways during the weekending taken from the water off New lor County authorities for en- I recently worked marketing agreement -

t Specialist, Tallahassee Smith Is district agent"for North November 21, according to figures Foundland 148 days later, accord- croaching upon waters prohibitedto ,National Agricultural out by the

and West Florida, the territory In released recently by F. P. Bouton, ing to a notice received by him diving.. The Governor ;Administration. Adjustment
,'M h TALLAHASSEE Two champion GRAPEFRUIT which most of the adjustment activities head of a traffic guide service. from the finder. sponge Only five of thole
sry CHYSTALIZED made the promise to a group from attending the meeting
Florida 4-H Club girls will attend in Florida have been con- here cart
'
; } Tarpon Springs and also acceptedtheir negative votes, and Barney
the International Club Con- ducted. Kil-
f With Christmas approaching and AIRPORT OPENING "SOUTH" DROPPED offer that sponge divers and gore, president of the
; Fruitmem
gress In Chicago, to be held in Live connection with grapefruit abounding all over He believes that If the farmers PANAMA CITY-Panama City's TAMPA-Dropping the word others would finance operation ofa Association, said after the

with the International Florida now \s\ a fine time for crys.talllzing receive good prices for their 1934 municipal airport will be formally "South" from the title to eliminate patrol boat along the Taylor that virtually all of the session
Stock Show DeDc. 2-9, according Indepen.
,
/ Fla- some of the peel or even crops they will be In position to opened here December 10. A number sectional distinction and make It a County line, under direction of the dent shippers would adopt
to announcement by Miss the
an some whole grapefruit. There area buy new machinery and Imple- of noted fliers from various state-wide institution by title as State Conservation Department. code.
I via Gleoaon, state home demonstration number of methods for crystal- ments and other things needed on sections of the country will be here well as in fact, Tampa's great agricultural -

1J'' agent. They are Miss lizing grapefruit peel, but the one the farm and !In the home. "They to take part In the exercises. Stunt exposition l Is to be knownin

? n :Margaret Ogilvie of Duval County given here is a quick method and have shown a commendable spirit flying will be one of the features. the future as the Florida Fair
el ? and Miss Janie Wheeler of Jefferson the final product Is ready for con- by paying off old debts with the and Gasparllla Association, Presi- Wake Up Your Liver Bile;

County. They will be accompanied sumption the day it l Is made. first available cash, and squaring dent W. G. Brorein has Just an- lj,
LARRIMORE GIVEN RESPITE
Miss Isabelle
ar to Chicago by "
'yJrl' Select bright fruit with a thick themselves with the world he nounced.
Thursby of the State Home Demonstration TALLAHASSEE W. Larri-
Department peel. Wash carefully. Grate says. "By continuing their llve-at- more( of Jackson County, former -Wit/ ho CalomelAnd
to home program, they will be able to in
.1 I I lightly on an ordinary grater West Palm Beach Jailer, condemned SLAYER DECLARED INSANE
; J Miss Ogilvie has had seven years break the oil ce1!.. Cut the peel In hold down expenditures next year, slayer of Alex Porter in Jack- TALLAHASSEE-George Deeb,

I,) of 4-H Club work under the direction I quarters and remove from the fruit and when returns from the crops son County in 1931, has at least wanted in Pensacola for murder, is You'll Jump Out of Bed If this bile I la aot flowlnafreely, yon.,
of Miss Pearl Laffitte, home ,and weigh. Cut this peel into are received, the farmers of north- food doein digest It just decan !la the
until after the December meetingof insane, a sanity commission at the in the Morning Rarin' to Go boweli. c.. bloata
agent in Duval. Last June at the 'strips one-quarter to one-half inch I western Florida will be In positionto up your atomach. Yoa
the Pardon Board to live. Gov- State Hospital at Chattahoocheehas have a thick bad taste and your bran. .
h'1, elate girls' short course, held at wide; or cut into small shapes buy many articles for their :e'rnor Dave Sholtz said ruled. Deeb was committed to If you feel sour and sunk and la foul akin often break out la bI_
the State College for Women, Miss Place in a saucepan of water and farms and homes which they have commuutatlon of the applicationfor the hospital after a Leon County the world looks punk don't swallow libra. Your head a hea and you feel dove
Ogilvie won the state dress revue, for' each quart of peel taken add needed for some time" filed for sentencewas sanity commission held him insane. a lot of salts mineral water I and out. Your whole ayitem li pom.. .
a''" i fi thus the free to a hearing by the oil laxative chewing It takea those good old CARTER".
and trip candy
captured or
"I. three pints or more of cold water In speaking of the cotton adjustment I
board and he would not sign a Escambia County, since that time, LITTLE: LIVER PILLS to get taatw
them make
and
to 0
w. Chicago given by the Chicago Mall and off the conducted thisyear gum expect you
ten minutes of bile
Boil campaign pound flowlac
pour death warrant until after the board has sought to have him answer In sweet and and freely and mtki
Order House. In addition to her or Mr. Smtih said that suddenly buoyant you feel. "up and up" They
water. Repeat three times untilas ; 4,343 contain woa-
t had acted on the matter: court for the murder of. Creel God- full of sunshine. derful harmless,
F work at which she has be- gentle vegetable
sewing much of the bitter flavor is removed farmers participated, taking out of win. cv
traote. amailac when
For they can't do it. They only It come to nuklutha
come adept, she has conducted a 22 68 which it is
,
as is desired. Dry the peel production acres -- the bowels and movement bile flow freely.
:g d number of other club projects In between folds of cloth, pressing estimated, would have produced FRUIT FLY DAMAGE """"*" move get at the a mere cause. The- But don't ask for. liver pllli Ask, too
/ the home. gently. 8,392 bales. Florida farmers optioned WINTER HAVEN Congressman TRIP TO AFRICA" reason for your down-and-out Carter' Little Liver. Pill.. Look for the
"a' Miss Wheeler declared to be the add 3,640 bales which J. Hardin Peterson believes a PALM BEACHAnnouncementof : name Carter'a Little Liver Pllli
For each pound of peel used they can feeling is your liver. It should .
a healthiest "-H girl In Florida at one and one-half pounds of sugarto certainly sell at a profit of four survey of loss to Florida growers plans for a Joint aerial expedi- pour out two pounds of liquid aubetltuta.on the red sat label.at drug Resent.torn.D1931 ..

the health contest during the short six ounces of water Bring to a cents a pound thus giving them a from( the fruit fly infestation of tion into Central Africa to gathermaterial bile into your bowels daily. ( C, M. Co. ...
-
course, also wins the trip given by loll and cook until the sugar Is dis !profit of $72,800 on this optioned 1929 and 1930, should be handledas for a book which they J JI
cotton. a civil works project, it was an- will write together have been made I
:Montgomery Ward & Co., for the solved. Add the prepared peel and
nounced last week by J M. May, by Commander'' Green '
girl doing outstanding club work boll until the syrup is absorbed: The farmers received in direct Fitzhugh FUNERAL DIRECTORS ;
chairman of
the Florida GrowersReimbursement writer and retired naval officer
in all Its phases. She has been en- ,
Remove Immediately from the fire cash payments 359924. With a
rolled In club work with Miss Ruby and roll the fruit in granulated or much higher price being receivedfor Committee. For and his bride, Mrs. Margery Du- Our Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Us to Render ,
further discussion In the matter, rant Green, social registerite, avia- ;
Brown, home agent In Jefferson powdered sugar. the 29,000 bales harvested in EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE
Congressman Peterson, Wilcox and tion enthusiast and member of the
County, for five years. Miss Wheeler Cooking continued too long and Florida this year than would have MODERATE: PRICES
'' has competed In the state health evaporation carried too far will been obtained for the 37,292 bales, Sears will meet at the committeesecretary's Durant motor car family. Com DeVVITT C. JONES COMPANY

a contest for the last four years, cause the product to be hard and i the estimated yield had there been vember 27. office at Orlando No- mander and Mrs. Green are here on STARKE, FLORIDA

,q winning third place the first year, unattractive. The point at which I no cotton adjustment campaign, a honeymoon

r second place the next two years the product shall be finished maybe I Mr. Smith figures that the total -

II'' and finally first place this year. determined by rolling a piece of income to Florida farmers from .

Each year she would take her scorecard fruit when it has become transparent the cotton crop alone has been Increased I I

and study her defects which in granulated sugar. If after close to three-quarters ofa
kept her from making a perfect a few minutes the fruit stiffens million dollars.Homemakers.

1 1 and winning score, and during the enough to retain its shape it l Is sufficiently .

4. succeeding year would endeavor to cooked A strip of peel of South :
correct them. Is preferred to the small shapes In

.', I a Miss Gleason announced that making this test.Recommended. Are Organizing To
I p :Miss Wheeler will not enter the national methods for crystallizing Legal Blanks r

c, health contest at Chicago, in whole grapefruit, or preserving I i, Help In Adjustment

I which Florida girls have taken outstanding peels that will keep longer !I -

places during the past as well as for putting up other cit- j Homemakers of the South are

several years. rue products can be obtained from !i organizing to take a full and active I

the State Home Demonstration Department -i I part in the great program of agricultural

: Tallahassee, asking for) adjustment which is to We .
the
., fPOS TJVB- RELIEF bulletin 75 "Preserving Florida center around the cotton produc- Carry Following in Stock: .
I It" Citrus Fruits."
tion-control
,1 ; 8RO81tPILES plan, says Miss Flavia
Gleason, state home demonstration

I Cabbage Being Tested agent. b.
State agents in charge of home Warranty Deeds .
Ydi, k I LeToatatac racial .... akaaawalaonthlaa In Search For Most demonstration work In thirteen
', ._'ori-.l_.
taw
d ;
Southern States
met In
1y._: w-That. abtala la tha from.raUaf HEMO.ALL;) Promising Of Varieties last week with officials Washington of the- Bills of Sale al

REL W. aapport this atataaaaat -- Agricultural Adjustment Adminis-

3 lilt s nosey-back ....._.... GAINESVILLE-Strain and variety tration to take the first steps in
1, Z If yea .,. ........... by: pilaa yewtava I trials of the most promising mobolizlng the women of the Cot Short Form Chattel Mortgages
I probably: triad Many ao-aallao] types of cabbage are being conducted *- ton Belt, particularly In the rural S
t amraa. Do aot J.....'MEMO-FREE I at astlngs by the horticul- sections. Miss Gleason represented
f : >.*.... dlaappointmanta. It. actloa ture department of the Florida Experiment Florida at the conference.
a positive, almost miraealoaa, la Station, and a later for Mortgage DeedsTurpentine '
1 aaaaa af Itching, .......1..;, .....-.. planting is to be made In the Mc- home Opportunity In the South to every understandthe farm \ :.:
retrwdiag. or internal pl1...
Ramambor how joyous Ii'. we.t .i I Intosh area, says M. R. Ensign, significance of the cotton ad- 1

'? fora '9101... pala stabbed. yo.Ce. truck horticulturist. An effort ia justment plan in its efforts to raise Leases ', .
dell miaary. Racala that being made to procure strains the price of cotton, increase farm : ; \

,, ; ri..I.. happl.... by ...ell... foraad which are adapted to Florida grow buying power, and improve standards -
t using; HEMO-FREE. If yea ing conditions and at the same of living will be the chief Agreements for Deed i i :
leh, pay postman upon cI.II....,.. I time are the type which the mar- aim of the movement. < ,
Saad tha coirpoa today. NOW la bet takes
at the
; highest price. National
tha boat tiraa. and International prob- r
EMO LABORATORIES I Mr. Ensign says that a numberof lems, as they relate to agricultural Land Contracts ):i-r: :
round-head types, such as Copenhagen -
452O Waal Pico Blvd.Lea I readjustment, will be studied. Ob- _. :
Market Golden Acre I
ti AniaUa, Calif. I ligations Incurred In connectionwith :
d Eacloi.d la $1.00 for full ataa Early Dwarf Flat Dutch, Steeina the use of the "contracted"' Plain Notes t

raba. of HEMO-FREE. I Early Flat Dutch, and Mid-Season cotton acres, In order to prevent ,' :, ; ::1;' : j
Nama..
"
Market
looked promising In strain over-production in other lines will "
"dr..,_ ... .. ....__.._.. tests last year, and these are being be considered.The r-: ,
City-._._--- .. Slata... .....-i! grown again this year. There la growing and preservation of Retain Title Notes' I :

also a variety of the pointed head home food supplies, wise spendingand ':

r1 OVER WORUi type known as Winnlngstadt that general economics In buying, .1 I'
may replace the Wakefield varieties and other important features of a '

: {NERVESUP since it produces a very firm general campaign to maintain a Also the Following .
Signs
,, \ head. Plants of Charleston and satisfying standard of living for : 1
.
Jersey Wakefield varieties which the family will be included In the '' 1, .. :
J produce the most firm heads are program which Is being launched.The -)1 :' ,

being selected for further testing, 768 county home demonstration : :< *'::\ I, I
For ,
.>
:1 Rent
: '
:J also. agents in the Southern States : .\ ;. Signs 1'

The acreage In cabbage in Flor- will be the field lieutenants In active \' I
ida has ranged from 2,000 to 12,000 charge of the work. : ". .:\ I
I'
acrea each year for the past de Closing Signs' : ,

i ir cade. Mr. Ensign says that com- OANAl NEARS FINISH : .
peting areas have dominated many PENSACOLA-At the offices of

Southeastern markets because the local United States engineers, No
Trespassing .
Signs
Florida haa continued to grow the announcement has been made that : \ -

Wakefield or pointed head types the dredge Pontchartraln has less ir : f' I

while moat of the markets demanda than one-fourth of a mile to cut to ,,

t1J firmer cabbage such aa Is provided complete the Inland waterway ;: And Office ?;)::: ''
by the round headed varieties. which Is designed to connect Pen- Supplies: :' 'I

4 sacola Bay and Mobile Bay. That "

YOUR will mean that with little more i'
OWN PROPERTY :,
? { than a few months of work, it will :
11
TO .arsha w.r1F-
7'oar COHN0cut.7tfoviMev,0u" NCUN.ap.q / .
1 be possible to go through the Inland Carbon Paper ."
eYV7 tune at 1IJc1a t neion.r : ;> .
No wonder y ro ana* at the wtfa waterway all the way to Mo- "C".n. ;
.ad ,lean: at tha ehUdrm.t bile, and thus avoid the outside ., '.FYI1;

Watch oatr Orarvovkaiamia ''t'sa'.r passage In the Gulf of Mexico from I Typewriter Ribbons : /,' \1,1 ;
may lead to Slamlaaw Pensacola Light to Fort Morgan, a "
a.a, Narrooa Baadaeba Haw. distance of about forty miles.DON'T ;
... &' atiiti9ne.best eIethw
ensued
Rubber '
ek Stamps
Why Xffaaraaecat don't ebkt GET UP NIGHTS


Joat aa tm a half ftiaaa ..trWctdwt Lax The Bladder' With Juniper
plamaaat, part}*
? *ooUitn Your nelchbor'i fire loss la Oil Bucho: Eta
t to onar-taxad iMrrca. likely to become lea,. Drive out the Impurltl and as.caaa -
your
i Dr. Mae" NarrUM fa. now. Don t be without proper la-, I burning aclda and that frequent cause denlra.Irritation Juniper -, Bradford i
T
/ ?, wad fa two f OTTO*-LLqtiM and urance.Ip I oil In plmmant to take In the County
Kff.rae e nt Tablet. Both hawUM unnce that i, form of BUKISTS, the bladder laxa. Telegraph
4I, I, aame) avothlof' e 'ecC.'LOCI \ was adequate ttva, alao containingBuchu 'leavaa,
a few need eta Workii on the bladder similar
may ,
; at yaw drvc a1.raNERVINE revision today to Castor oil on the bowel. O..t..
I
tan box from any drug "tore. After
00::" MI ':,' Let u*offer our advice. four day If not relieved of "....ttln.up .

t y yI e ) 'll-r HAROLD C. WALL backache money.nlchle"If or:you aro lev back are pain.bothered and cauaad-et from your with Phone 29 : i i'I

ffr
I R bladder dlaordara you are bound to
INSURANCE feel better attar thla cleansing and '
I([ you cat your regular alacp Mitch. 'I
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l DECEM8ER 1. 1935 IIaAJFOBD! OOUNT'l' 'I'1ELZIOKAPD. 8TAR FLORIDA PA.GE SEVEN 'I l''' .w

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":; CHRISTIAN' CHURCH

tint art'' : : : :; : '- : .;:,i '" I'if:;:: : cLORIDAIG. ILIJTSM 1o.AI
rid Ifv B---SJ--- d "The Gratitude of Paul" will be BOB JONES .. pyq
[
the d
hoe ;;c -'''' subject of the Thanksgivingsermon ,
next Sunday at 11:00: a.m.
loos h;< ''''''
""
7-80 "The Sin of
Sunday : ,
]that! p.m. : A P !SON "

in I "fly wardui i lamp unto my feet and a light unto path.-Psalm 119:105..'- Trusting In :Mighty M n." LMA vtsOf TN EASr Nlt!:
'asfide ( mj : There is a great need for a revival
": of church attedance throughout 7MtlUt o"CotOCAI' ANt TAKES
: : All religious teaching, doctrine or "
1J!IttfUtOtOSUl elir&UB; : creed, if they are to have any claim the U. S. A. Why? Because THKf-c srwc/rrs rt cxass '": ,

Jmon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with only forty-four per cent of the Mf IV'LbQCvICN mf OTVEA ? ;n y ; tt".Ii"

I the; teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice church population of America attend E,,.,T.PQwE6Th.MOOSYtiT6il

of the human heart and of whom it waa said in John 7:46."NEVER MAN church. heard w ..If:1:
rep. Recently I Judge Allen .
LIKE THIS MAN.: ::1.1"I'
SPAKE
5'nl. The main cause of the "depres- the only woman Federal Judge in L'I'
d7E1.
there of Bradford and Union counties! ere Invited to DM this do.Mrhnent sion' 'is a decadent religious con- I t
pastor the United States,:address a large ; u', ysv +wta1M7Y ;
dition and and moral rottenness .i Ze rr "1'
for new of church activities, organization and announce- political audience of school teachers. She ,
the ,1ItJ11:11.: Space) freely given and no charge made-the only requirement of too many American most wonderful 't
lent wise that such Item reach thl. office before Wednesday mornlnj citizens. I am aware that our na- gave a "The message.She trouble rxeJ3AN ;rrAST rnM n .... I t"
said in subtance.
i they cannot be bandied for current Issue.tlKKE tional leaders attribute the "de OBSE2VES .
aerwlse have ...'.. -
lode Is that ,
America we
with .. ....." I
pression" to economic conditions. AST &S T/AUS : .. ('/jl"" ....Ii.'...'h" .
'aatKtt I 'scrapped' many things we should ,, ....,... ,
1: CHURCH DIRECTORY near the close of his In But the sooner they and the na- TUB WSS7TKfltrB .- '
stay Eph have kept. --..... .- -.: ... ,
en's he "A door and tion in general realize, and recognize = '
sus, says great effectual ;.;:.-"1'.t:_
Ion First Baptist Church is opened unto me." that the way to prosperity Is TIME "- ::' := "'--
Youcan't "
by the Highway of Holiness and Judge Allen was right. .'
en. Rev. J. Johnson, pastor. The whole text of today's lessonis scrap eternal principles and -w II t
begin to walk therein, the sooner .
the School 10.00 A. M. important and is follows .. !
Sunday : as : God will lift the burdens of the get away with it. Right is right

Horning Worship.-11:00 A. M. "And he went into the synagogue, 'depression.' ." and wrong is wrong. Justice is

- B. Y. P. U.-6.30: P. M. and spake boldly for the space of Justice and mercy is mercy under i

Evening Worship-7:30: P. M. three months disputing; and per- And from tne standpoint and all flags In all countries It is fL0i2DASVOVNGESr

erlI A cordial invitation extended to suading the things concerning: the teaching of God's Word, church at- wrong to oppress the poor. It Is

'i these services. kingdom of God. And when divers tendance is absolutely essential in wrong to make money out of human -
order to live Christian life. The
were hardened and believed a NENSPAPE.e
not weakness. It is wrong to appeal -
but evil of that church is more needed in the world .. OI1V.e I
spake before
and
Methodist ChurchW. way to passions prejudices.You e ;
lI I the multitude he departed from today than in any day since Jesus can't make wrong right. ,I. llii; )}
F. Jones, pastor.
/ them, and separated the desciples ascended to heaven. In fact, it is a a S
Sunday School, 10 a.m. J +t
about
the only thing left that the
disputing daily in the school of one I had my fiftieth birthday re-
ovrn. Morning worship at 11:00: am.
: of hell cannot '
gates prevail against.See
Tyrannus. And this
continued by cently. There have been many
Young People's Meeting-6:30P :; ( Matt. 16:16-20.
: )
' the space of two years; so that all changes in my lifetime. Automobiles -
Oso M. which dwelt In Asia What a power, even the Chris- I
heard the wordof were unknown when I was a
Evening Worship-7:30: P. M. tian Church (with the smallest
the Lord Jesus both
oat Jews and child. We had no radios no flying
Greeks. And God membership in the city), can be FMM6T G
wrought special machines. The world was not as :
U. of FLA. 0;
Presbyterian Church when all of its members
a'aao/ miracles by the hands of Paul: So are complex as It Is today and yet
. Rev. George H. Lowry minister. aroused to the and
obligations responsibility c'/cR'31'D
that from his
body were broughtunto comparatively speaking, I am still
d 1. MADE / ill
|
Services Sunday, December 3: of church membership ? f
.. the sick handkerchiefs or a young man. But there have been )
.. 10:00: A. M.-Sunday School. and put away all wrath, unforgive- TOUCH0OMYS ocrNi iff't/ANNrt
;
aprons, and the diseases departed more changes in the moral world
Is 11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship; from them, and the evil spirits ness, and hypocracy: and resolve to than there have been in the physical IN SEVEN ,,' } ,.l' 7/Mss COV'e/ ,
sermon !by: the pastor. be faithful unto Christ and the M/NUr6S
went out of them. Then certain of; and material world When I
6:30 P. M.-Christian Endeavor; : church which He purchased with
'Ofbe the vagabond Jews, exorcists. took was a boy lying was considered a
topic, "Causes and Cure of Pov- His own blood. Acts 20:28.: 20 .Y.BAtt3S i'
upon them to call over them which terrible sin. Slander was unpardonable -
> erty." had evil spirits the name of the What do you say brethren? !a

, 7.30: P. M.-Evening Worship; Lord Jesus, saying. We adjure Let's make the church different, c
. you
. playlet, "The Woman Who Came by contributing better lives, better ,
by Jesus whom Paul preacheth Somebody asked me recently if I AUBUQMy1 T Re
Back," will be given at this servIce attendance and more love for ,
And in
this was known to all the was not glad that I didn't live
by the young people of the Sceva a Jew, and chief of the Christ and one another. Come on the days when men used to fight
[church in lieu of the We to do this. / r y'
sermon.A challenge
priests, which did so. And the evil you -luela. I don't know whether I am ..

cordial invitation to all our spirit answered and said, Jesus I W. E. DAUGHERTY Minister or not. Of course,,dueling is wrong

services extended to all.SUNDAY know and Paul I know; but who but men used tofight, to protect
3I t The 1933 Trl-State Fair at Amarillo -
are ye 7 And the man in whom the their honor. Honor was considered --
Texas, which charges no admission FE.VHS BOOTLEGGING
3 SCHOOL evil spirit was leaped on them and valuable. I sometimes "wonder if 4 I
had $2OOO cash left after --
overcame them and prevailed we have much honor now to de-
paying all premiums and other ob JACKSONVILLEBootlegging
LESSON against them so that they fled out fend.
I of the house naked and wounded. ligations.- a and rum-running will continue on For Double-Quiek

An dthls was known to all the Is the world getting better or an even larger scale after repealso .- ;

I II Ii FOR DECEMBER S, 1933 Jews and Greeks also dwelling at SUNDAY DINNER worse? The question is often says Bill McCoy and he really
Ephesus; and fear fell on them all asked. Jesus said "The wheat and
the
should know. That Is unless
Paul in J JB
Subject: Ephesus. Relief
and the name of the Lord Jesus SUGGESTIONS tares will come to a head and then
Golden Text: "Blessed are they was magnified. And many that we will have the harvest. Both duties and taxes are held to a min- ,

which are persecuted for lighteous- believed came and confessed, and are heading up. The world Is get- imum. It wan/ the same McCoy
"
oe88' sake. Matthew 6:10a.: ANN PAGE
shewed their deeds. Many of them ting both better and worse. speaking who was hailed a few
Lesson Text: Acts 19:8.20. also which used curious arts THIS I. National Honey Week wha years back as the king of Rum Demand And Get 1
Time and Place: 54 to 67 A. D.; are reminded that honey I* a URGES TRAFFIC OFFICERS d
I Ephesus. brought their books together, and delicious and flavorful sweet with Row. In fact he was credited with
burned them Rum Row. But he insists ,1
before all men: and many u.n.Broccoli starting
Survey of the Lesson they counted the price of them, and Is taw-old cousin of TALLAHASSEE. Sholtz he never broke the liquor laws because -

Having firmly established the found it fifty thousand pieces of cauliflower rather' new to this coon* last week sent a telegram to J. T he never came inside the GENUINE

hurch in Corinth during a yeard silver. So mightily grew the wordof try but actually the vegetable from Price, chairman of the Alachua liquor limit lines. Incidentally he ( FI
I which cauliflower "IU developed. It of Commissioners \
a half Paul went ten miles to God and prevailed." la cooked and served like cauliflower County Board quit the business, long ago, disgusted A
board
nchreae the eastern port of Cor- The of discarding the leaves and cooking urging the to approve rec- with the racketeering as- ;
city "Ephesus situ-
was BAYER
fath. Some think that there he fell ated about a mile from the Aegean merely the flower head and peeled' omended action of the grand Jury pect. He and Mrs. McCoy stopped AYES

iously 111. Afterward with Aquil- talk. by appointing three highway traf- here en route to their Palm Beach ,
Sea fronting an artificial harborIn Green bean continue to b. plentiful fic officers. The Governor said he .
,i and Priscilla he sailed the
home.
across I Ieges.n which ships from all landa met. good and very reasonable. Local the "actionIn
approved grand Jury's ASPIRINBecause
\ Sea to the of
great city Above and southern spinach are both la.
Ephesus rose the temple of
the interest of human life and
:phesus, which the had for cauliflower ,
-
Spirit Artemis Diana market together with cabbage c I
< ), celebrated as the Winter hoped the board will see fit to joinIn
bidden him to evangelize at the be- and Bruasel sprouts.
most i
ginning of his magnificent building in Asia salad need not lack for fine quality the program for the protectionof NOW'S TilE TIMEFor
missionary journey Minor regarded as one of the wonders lettuce. Plenty of sad dressing help. not only the citizens of of a unique process la
and there he your "
preached for some of the world. Ephesus is now to make them good energy food and manufacture Genuine Bayer Aspirin

time so acceptably that he was I in ruins. For centuries the very the lettuce with fruit and vegetable. county" but the general traveling OYSTERSAlso Tablets are made to disintegrate does not harm the heart So if you ",a ""t
urged to remain. But he left other food element public. .
supply di olve
Aqull- necessary -or -INSTANTLY
site of its famous you want
temple was lost. QUICK aarl J SAFE relief sea
la and Priscilla there and "wentup Grapefruit I I. the Lest quality citrus\ them. Thus. II'take ;
Explorers have recently discoveredits fruit on the market though there U\MAQE1BV FIltEH they start to work thai you get the real Bayer article. : : 4 ++"' ,
and saluted the church" at Jeru- foundations "outside the city are available California and Florida BARBECUEThe Instantly. Start "taking hold" of Always look for the payer cross on fill,' (,
salem;; and after that he went walls orange.. Ul- even a severe headache; neuralgia tablet illustrated + ,
I twenty-two feet below the LARGO-Residents of the every a* t
north to Antioch where he spent surface in the deep alluvial soil of The Quaker Maid has prepared merton Bulevard and Haines Road Best in Town neuritis or rheumatic pain a few above and for It
some time before out these menus for you. minute after
starting taking
a Turkish village. The length of section have reported that unldenl- GENUINE '
again. The first part of Paul's Low Cost Dinner HALL'SBarbecue And they provide SAFE relief BAYER "
the platform on which the temple titled persons are setting fires in ASPIRIN on 4}

third Journey was similar to his stood was 418 feet, its width 239; Braised Chuck of Beef the game preserve in that vicinity Place for Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN package. ____ 4, I
previous in that he visitedthe
ones the dimensions of the Boiled Potatoes of
temple itself for the purpose driving game
churches 11.1. read yestablished In 342 by 163 feet. There were eight Carrot Onion Into sections which are not posted. Near Seaboard Station OtMUINI DAYIR ASPIRIN DOCS NOT HARM TH1 HIART "'
Bread and
his Asia Minor; but ere long he made columns in front and the total Custard Butter Pie This breeding game ground was __ __nnn_ "

way back to Ephesus. number 100, .about fifty-five feet Tea or Coffee Milk set aside by the last Legislaturefor

I Today's lesson is the only one in eight inches in height, many being Medium Cost Dinner that purpose. It covers thir LOOK HERE.FRIEN SII
1 this brief series upon Paul which the gifts of kings." teen square miles, and is located
1i Baked Ham Browned Sweet Potatoes
pertains to his third missionary south and t of andIs
ea
1i i At Ephesus John the Apostle Green Benn. French Style just Largo,
journey. As Corinth was the out- founded Salad posted throughout.Ult. .
the first seminary for the Apple Salad DressingBread
I standing city where he labored on and Butter .
training
young men. And thereit
i his second tour, so Ephesus was Lemon Souffle I I A
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the place where he spent most of thought John Luke, Timothyand Coffee Milk G.:o. L. DICKNItcox'e!\
probably Mary Christ's mother -
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Paul remained at Ephesus Grapefruit with Honey ('0\1'111':11I OPKHAIIOVWlthunt ?

longer than at any other place on Baked Ham Mashed Potato S.
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8BADFORD COUNTY TErt0ItAPIr. flTARJDI.\! \. FLORIDA EEIDAY r1Rf F.MJ'F.rt J, 1DSS
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"UEAK SANTA CLAUS" I

{ Bradford County Telegraph Maybe You've '

What has happened to the old-

Established 1877 fashioned kids who used to write

. -.. ,--. -- Heard It But
-
letters to Santa Claus? There was ,

t' Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class a time when the Telegraph was

''i Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida swamped several weeks before THROUGH I
WE COMB
.. .--. -- -- .- ---- Christmas with dog-eared envel-
Ever since writing the little paragraph
v E. L. Matthews .__ __ ________Editor and Owner opes containing tediously scribbled last week about wishing -- ...
.
g- -- requests for red wagons, dolls that you'd tell us what' ,to be thankful --

SUBSCRIPTION RATE say "Mama" and candy canes. for Instead of Us having; to tell you r
all the time we've been troubled r ,
; Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance But in recent years Santa Claus with a distinct and bothersome

} Advertising Rates on ApplicationEverybody's seems to have been almost forgotten feeling of remorse. We were sIm- -

-- and the old fellow feels pretty ply laying down on the Job-that's

hurt about It. what we were doing. A newspaper
f; $ happy but the turkey. editorial page simply has to be

+ s h .. o Of course, It is Just possible that thankful-even If It knows deep .- =_ r/ o f Aea

the sophisticated youngsters of to- down in Its' heart that the back LiJr Calrfo nza uottsr
union services Thanksgiving.
Attend the on
needs another cord of wood r marketed
day wires or telephones Santa shop a tr znr
o and that last month's light and water -
Claus what he wants, but we do
Now that Homecoming is over everybody can go back bill has :not yet been paid. But
h not think this communicationtakes
; the show must go on so we're go-
4 home. the place of the oldfashionedfriendly Ing to be thankful or bust trying.

v o letter. Too many telegrams After all, If you've paid your sub r

( Lucky that bird dogs have never been told its impoliteto are likely to be hard on the scription in advance, you have
; some rights don't you? So here I
point. :old fellow's nerves. He might think + v V.1E .
I
o ---- some of his little friends are sick goesWe're thankful

b The hobo's national anthem should be "The Last So this year the Telegraph would That we only have to get out of

,;, ;}j Hand-Out." like to see a pickIng-up in its let- bed one time a. day; ,,

i o ters to Santa Claus department That little, green worms like to + 1

be thankful for the extra It is eat up nice, young\ spinach plants IlP
Just
At least school children can possible, you know that
That Amos and Andy monopolizeonly
he Is working under the NRA and
: d two-day holiday. two-thirds of the radio sta- \ 17
o unless you write and tell him to be tions. 4 %

'' Add similes : As difficult as thinking up an original sure and not miss you he might not For Popeye 'Olive Oyl, and -- -- On wockjrn' aulowobile
-
Christmas greeting. get around before knocking off Wimpy. -= uses entire years yield

time. That Greta Garbo tank she stayin //ore gDDae'o# 30 40
o .. wax per of fmyfs
.gyp--' Hollywood a while longer.
An ill wind that blows nobody good is one that passes day cross the Calmer river ub3er rees _.
y ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTS That we're on the last hundred
at tlr,6voo: / Scotland
over an old corn cob pipe. pages of Anthony Adverse.For ,

o (Industrial News Review) Guy Lombardo and Burns on a brie neaae.cf l l

t If' Highlands County Pilot advises wives to try hot buttered and Allen. two l
Strangely enough, there's
no That each newspaper! will con-
. rolls when love cold.
grows economic subject the average citi- tain only one editorial on the significance -

o zen knows less about than money.He of Thanksgiving Day.
} 1 three of them stopped in to Well that's our list. Maybeyou're
; The tourists are coming uses It daily, but the tokens /
thankful for Morton Downey -
bum meal the other day. with which he /
a barters aren't really I
a and creamed cauliflower: /
i r o money at all. Their value lies In that's all right, ttoo. It's a free IrHer ry 7

Kill two birds with one stone : Buy Now and Do Your the credit of the government IssuIng country., ..'d r9r +,l f *

"; Christmas Shopping Ealily.s them. Real money Is seldom ---' Jfoifywood, ; ..
seen-it is IT DID SO RAIN trained his 3ckHau'er ''*' --
: 0----- gold and is Jealousy __- I
goingto hoarded by treasuries.As We are told by those who listened 'SlttWqedYAI1 to '
x Strawberry growers can use that $200,000 they're to the Auburn-Florida game retrlev golj balls "

save' on the new low rates. a result, the average citizen over the radio last Saturday that

0t was pretty well puzzled when the the announcer at frequent Intervals .

t What happened to the strawberries that were supposed U. S. government announced that it made the pleasant, albeit slightly mlttee with a secretary and under- no small comfort and rejoicing
exaggerated statement that the write the initial expense of perfecting For which mercie (in time conven-
: to be ripe for Thanksgiving? had started a world gold buying sun was shining brightly and ev- $900Late/ a working organization.And iente) they also sett aparte a day
campaign is an effort to raise Of I "
com-
o erything was just lovely. so has started another of thanksgiving.

1 ; The government is making it increasingly hard for lazy modity prices. He couldn't see the course, we are totally unfamiliarwith I R Tgo Classify movement designed to promote the We have kept the form of

1 connection. As a matter of fact, the ethics of radio broadcast- I welfare of Florida through the mu- Thanksgiving Day, but ought wt
people to find excuses for idleness. all know the announcer -
,16 the connection is simple enough if ing. For we By RUSSELL KAY tual unselfish effort of all Inter- not also to keep It In the spirit of
himself
o simply explained-It's much might have Justified on Secretary, Florida Prett Auonatiop ests, a move to sell all Florida to those Pilgrim Fathers? Milan
very
i Sanford Herald says that a radical is a person who be- the technicality that he didn't say all FloridIans with the hope that (HI.)) Independent.
like an auction. The shining brightly In
more people the sun was
in the breaking down of sectional ---oThe --
lieves in change but never has any. Gainesville what he was really Three groups, one representing
you get to bid for -
an the
object, that it was Florida mayors, another Florida Jealousies and petty differences,, sheephead a fish with an
o more valuable it becomes. That's thinking about was Callcnte hamber of commerce secretaries, our people will be brought to rea- unattractive name, is one of tin
in ,
Come in and sign up for tomato acreage so that we may true of gold. When the United as shining Indeed brightly It might Agua possibly have !and a third Florida newspapers, lize the advantage to be gained by most valuable food fish along the

have, a canning factory here this spring. tI- States went Into the market there been We only wish, however, that met at the Miami Biltmore last united effort. Atlantic and Gulf. coatta.
week to discuss the subject of "Ad It is an ambitious program, an
( been near'enough the mi- I
o--- was another Important bidder for we bad Palisade glacier in Inyo-- Count,

b2i If you don't like the new deal just stop and consider the yellow metal, and its price rose crophone going on.to It have would heard have what taken was vertising was the State"There a lot of first class 'idealistic will prove program extremely, and difficult one that of California, the most southerly lei
mountain the continent, Is siven
;;' where we were getting under the old one. accordingly At the same time, more than a stern look to have land shakln' and back slapln,' several achievement, but It can be done. miles long.on

i ,h 0i the value of the dollar, which has kept us from dashing up and spit- fair to mlddlln speeches and With Intelligent direction and .

i Al Smith doesn't like what ha calls "baloney money." a definite gold backing, declined, ting out over the ether the interro I jp to Wednesday noon, it looked unselfish effort the "All Florida Two hundred thousand persons
and commodity prices went up. gation, "Oh. yeah? Well what's like the whole thing would turnout Committee" possesses potential) are engaged in the automobile
k Some of the rest .of us aren't so particular. this stuff dripping off the end of to be "Just another meetln'" possibilities for good, or it can be- manufacturing business in the
Briefly described the dollar has
o our nose?" It Just so happened, Then some of the newspaper come Just another one of those United States.

Rain falls the good strawberry plants and the bad been cheapened and it is worthless folks' that this was one time in boys got their heads together and things, Just another name. It is -
q on wReat, clothing or when we didn't have a Where it of bankrupts
gasoline the year figured that before we tackle as merely a starting point. Grocers headed the list
ones alike, but it makes he bad ones better. than it was a while ago. cold so we could ask the Indignant big a task as sellln Florida to the will lead will be answered by you in the United Kingdom In

7 a question with a tear conscienceand I cockeyed world maybe it would be -and you-and you. 1932. Compared with 1931, the total -
who is satisfied At the moment the world's free without embarassment to ourselves I a good idea to get busy and sell of all bankruptcies was 4.103,
Mt. Dora Topic thinks.that a man
y many gold supply, If melted down, would or innocent bystanders.It Florida to Floridiana.! or an increase of 242.
with himself is awfully disappointing to other people. amount to a ten-foot cube, worth

o about 400000000. Since 1492, was a good'game' though, could The thought Florida being folks that if we From Other Pens
when Columbus discovered the new I Just get enough I I
,9 Roosevelt said that we couldn't go through another world all the gold mined would even half if But it did no rain matter during how the hard first we worked up about their state. It I

4 winter like the last, and he didn't mean it. would be worse, amount to only a forty-foot cube try we Just can't help worryingover would naturally follow that they
would feel lot like \
t a more pullin'together
and over half of that has been vanished -
what ''would have done
ei either. they- THANKSGIVING
4t4 In the matter of tellln' .
either through being sunk In
with all those two-bit rain coatsif WETHANK
outsiders
-o-- about it.
>
ships, made into Jewelry or showered.
.i It hadn't Somebodymust
If Bernarr McFaddonitnade, his wife get out of bed and boarded have had a drag with the Somebody In the crowd suggested We think appropriate at this
that we Form an "All Florida time to print the first account of
take setting-up exercises. before breakfast she deserves a Most important foe of the U. S. weather man. Committee" and Inaugurate a the origin of Thanksgiving\ Dav, aa

divorce. <, gold policy is the British Empire. statewide campaign In an effort to It we' set down In 1623 bv William
WINNING YOU
o London Is the world's largest gold WHO'S break down sectionalism and advance Bradford, Governor of Plymouth

market, and any buying campaign Football games are worth the the Interests of the state asa Plantation. The spelling and punct- .
girl i
is .said to be skating to Florida.
A Massachusetts
will naturally center Uiere. Dol- money, however, even if they are whole. uation are' just as Governor Brad-
I Well it's better to skate here if necessary than never to get lara are exchanged for pounds, in. dull and uninteresting, which they Representatives of both the dally ford wrote It in his journal

here at all. order to buy In the English mar- usually aren't. It is fun to watch and weekly papers! pledged their "Notwithstand all their great Not just a routine

ket, thus increasing the interna- the fans who drink because their full co-operation and an executive paines & Industrie, and va great "thank but
0-- tional supply of American curren- team is winning and those who committee was appointed to build afIre hope of large cropp, the Lord you,

',; Put out forest fires and help save those pine trees. cy and increasing the demand for drink because their team is losing under the Idea and get some- seemed to blast, Sc take away the one from the bottom

They'll be valuable when the use of pine pulp for newsprint English currency. A more expen- and those who drink and Just don't where with it. same and to threaten further & heart
sive pound must follow, discouraging bother to give an excuse. Then This committee agreed to under I more sore famine unto them by a of our
o t becomes general. Britain's foreign trade. Mat- there are usually three or four take the task of bringing every ; great drought which continued for patronage

o- ters are at a deadlock. It's goingto fights. A thousand spectators rise tally and weekly newspaper in' from ye 3.weeke in May till aboutye your

With lower rates and plans being made for modern be a monetary battle of the to their feet at, one and the same Florida into the movement with a middle of July without any ralne during the past

giants, with the two greatest fl- time; you risen .too thinking pledge to devote approximately a and with great heat >(for ye most
streamline trains the railroads should soon begin to carry aacial powers of the world opposed they're going_to sing Alma Materor page a month to "All Florida Advertising l- parte), Insomuch .as ye corne began year.

passengers once more. something-but they are only ," to be prepared and approved to wither away, though was
rising to watch the little fellow by the executive commit- -
.--0 set-with fiche, the movsture whereof -
with the big red nose sock the big
When it comes to selling moat helped it much. yet at lengthit
with President Roosevelt'sviews tee.And
Some people might not agree commodities, woman is the decid- fellow In the little blue hat for sayIng while state newspapers have begane to languish sore, and Store Closed All Day
but we bet they won't refuse to take any darn in front of a woman witha taken the lead in this forward
on money, ing factor. She manages the best some of ye drier grounds! were
r' v of it if it comes their way. of all markets, the American home. big yellow chrysanthemum who movement and are giving concrete parched like withered hapart ThursdayBut
would have said damn herself.
The administration, in Its drive for evidence of their sincerity bytledguig whereof was never recovered. Upon
o Then someone has a nice bright
higher prices, Is faced with definite In the neighborhood of which they set a parte a solemn -
San Francisco Chronicle says that these times have advantages housewifely protest against advancing Idea such as building a fire out of (200,000( worth of space to the day of humiliation, to seek /e Lord

'i since fewer men are successful enough to be invited coats ,paper pillows and rain coats in one campaign they realize that the objective by humble & fervent prayer, In on
corner of the stadium and a drunk [ it is hoped to obtain demands -
this great distrese. And he was
? to address luncheon clubs. :gets panicky and falls three rows SATURDAY
The housewife speaks through similar unselfish co-opera- pleased to give them a gracious & FRIDAY &
a I figures. Department store sales. of seats trying to get away from tion from every group and interestand speedy answer, both to their owne
based on dollar value and not volume what looks like the Chicago fire to that the "All Florida Commit SHOES
of that
"Agriculture is fundamentally a way living we &: the Indians admiration, that LADIES'
fallen Mrs. him. It's really a three ring circus: tee"
,have steadily. to function as Intended. must lived
them. For all
$ may be better off rather than a' way of making money or of American had become accustomedto I but every once-In-a-while there embrace all who are concerned morning amongest, and greatest part of the ye

'making a living'."-Hume. bargains; when they disappeared comes a dull moment when you can with advancing the welfare of the day, it was clear weather" very $1.95
she stopped buying. To off- look at the score board and see state as a whole.
-p.it -.- hotte, and not a cloud or any slgne
set this the government .1s intensifying which, team Is winning. To this end others will be askedto
of raise to be
'; the state has rightto seen, yet toward eve-
it The supreme court has held that a its campaign to get more : Join and the requisite of membershIp ning It began to overcast and

examine city finances, but try and find a city with finances money into the hands of the public Well the bunting season has Is the contribution without shortly after to ralne with shuck $$2.49

to examine, says the Plant City Courier. opened and now the fishermen can thought of personal gain of some sweete and gentle showers as gave
: E 4 the get a rest and polish up their best outstanding service for Florida. them came of rejoyceing"blessing for business In
As general
o n5|
tall stories for next season while The plan met the enthusiastic God. It came, without either wind
The World's Fair will run again next summer. Perhaps picture is to so mixed accurately.as to be Some 1mpos&lble their friends, the nlmrods have approval of all who attended the or thunder, or any violence,and by ,.

by that time your feet will be healed and you can go back and Duainesses' are depict up some are down, their inning. It is the open season session when it was outlined at the degreene In yt abundance, u that
I for lot of besides general with all
a things quail. meeting
groupsiresent ye earth was thorowly wete and $3.50
see all the things you missed this summer. and some are persumg! a sedate
armed to In
middle On the whole industry Some hunters go out the recognition of the servIce poked therewith. Which did.\ so apparently -
course. -
0 Is better off .hilt with guns. dogs and shells, Colonel Doherty baa consistently revive & quicken ye de- -
The President's Thanksgiving proclamation containedthis substantially when and then have to come home and rendered the state an invitation cayed corne & other fruits, as was
than it waa the ,
opened
year
till their hungry family up with was extended Mn) t > b-come wonderful to and made In-
ask guidance in more surely learn- see ye:
sentence: "May we and heartening gauss: bare\ been
that flew the first
stories about the bigone non-newspaper member of dean astonished to behold and
ancient truth that greed and selfishness and striving made in employment, wager, vvuixing -'i < :
ing the 'ay. There's ono disadvantage e "All Florl n nltt- I afterwards the Lord sent them TheJ&RSforeNext
:for undue riches can never bring lasting happiness or good hours and in pnu.it 01 zxbuiy hunting however, birds vary so The Colonel 'f -reJ such seasonable showers with enterchange -
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large corporation:
.
r tie size that the mine
in I It stvc his contri: ''he
; tt the,individual'or to his neighbor. Think that over and of falre wane weather, I OffK
to I
t in i the picture still Is the farm sit *ie Imaglnat" ,en.te of p I as, through his blessing caused a Door to Post

try It out between now and next Thanksgiving. uation. 'rk with. 15 and me U & liberal harvest, to their




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