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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 8, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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As Workers Get From A Bird-Sanctuary For Sale Soon; The Favorite Recipe Depart Levy I Is Illegal; Re-employed Workers Are Proposed ; ;,

w E. Thornton, city night mar- ment of the Telegraph is offer- Bradford County merchants are
shal, who recently killed a dove Ing a six months subscription reminding re-employed workers on '
First t Payroll tagged Box Kingsvllle, Ontario Said To Misfit for the best suggested menu fora Bucks School Tax the CWA payroll\ that the money By Committee

this week received a letter of Christmas dinner. they receive is Intended for reliefIn
explanation from Jack Miner, Ca- this county and that It shouldbe
Each: menu suggested must be II -
;II I Be Fold Earlier Next Saturday nadian naturalist. Mr. Thornton One On Display At Tax Collector's typed written In Ink, and : Mlllugo Was Unified At Request spent here rather than being City all Swimming Pool Airport
Council EmployeesSay wrote In to Box 43 telling of shootIng Office Monday In The signed. lw Of State Hoard Of Education sent away to larger towns or to Among These Under Consideration -
the dove and received the following mall order houses. Merchants also
Day These will 1//
be
menus printed
message In reply: warn workers about running up
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each week until Christmas and
(10,000 payroll went to re-em- "The dove Is from the Jack MI- Although the new 1934 automo- will be judged by a' committeeof I Failure of the Seaboard Air Line bills with the promise to pay when Remodeling and rebuilding the

Led workers here Saturday and ner Bird Sanctuary at Klngsville, bile tags will not arrive until Mon- women not connected with Hallway to pay $1,007.02 school government checks are received city hall here, additions to the
Lay and made a very percept- Ontario, Canada where all ducks i day at the collector's office for sale the paper. The winner and the taxes In Bradford County was ex- and then not doing so. The NRA Bradford County High School

bright spot on the business geese and other smaller migratory in this county word has been received judges will be announced in the plained this week In the company's Compliance Board will receive building, a public swimming pool 'a
ron i in this county The CWA birds that visit there are taggedIn I that automobile owners In Issue of December 20. charge that taxpayers are being Illegally complaints of this nature, they say. and a landing field were among

iron was $9,500 and the payroll order to study their routes of I other parts of the state are finding Ladles from all over the taxed to the tune of closeto the projects proposed for the Civil

J workers on the Road 13 cutoffapproximately migration. All records are given' trouble In attaching them to the county are invited to participateIn ten per cent of the taxes levied In CouncilTo Works program hero by the projects
to the Canadian for model automobiles because seventeen counties Safety
s $600. government newer this menu contest. Start already checked committee of the Emergency
Merchants generally reported a safe keeping to use for educational almost every make of car now has sending them in at once In an Investigation. The Sea- Relief Council at Its Wednesday
mg business Saturday night, I purposes in the schools, colleges no rack or bar by which the pat- board last week paid $14,447.47 of night meeting.
fsay that it held up fairly well I and universities) the country. ented tag can be fastened at the Its taxes in this county but did not Form Here Plans for the new city ball,

ling the first part of the week. I According to the letter from the top.At pay the school tax because of a which have been drawn up by ar-
|n believed that this Saturday sanctuary the tags placed on larger the office of the Motor Ve- Eastern Star four mill boost recently added at chitects, were in the mall Thurs '

I be a better day yet because birds have printed on one side hicle Commissioner in Tallahasseeit the request of the State Board of Asher Frank Urge Citizens To day on their way to Tallahassee "
I loyees of the relief council have a verse of scripture--Jack Miner's was announced this week that Education.The Be 1'rcwent At Friday to b. approved by the CWA authorities p

Jounced that their system of unique way of spreading messages owners of small Chryslers, Ply- Elects OfficersMrs. railway company Is paying meeting there. Engineers estimate !- 1
i.ng: off has been perfected soit from the Bible mouths, and Austins can remedythe approximately only ninety per cent that this work can be done ;'

l workers will receive their trouble by removing the front of Its taxes in those counties and According to newspaper notices, for $ 700.. ,

|Its early in the day. rack and welding It on to the rear Lorena Chosen has decided this year to make pub- Asher Frank state safety director The council stresses the fact that li.' '

0 spite of working late at night, No Kanner Action rack. No front tag Is required in Worthy Matron Epperson At Monday lic announcement of the alleged has announced that a safety coun- none of the projects has yet been [: "

t week the council was unableet Florida. Owners may make this MeetingThe illegal and excessive levies early in cil will be organized here for approved Before passing on them I f'. \
up the lengthy payrolls and change at their own expense. the new year in order that taxpay. Bradford County today (Friday) estimates will have to be made of {

[the checks made out and into By CommissionersCommittee However it IS likely that many Starke Chapter, Order of ers In general may know of the at 3:00: o'clock In the afternoon.Up the cost of each project. If it is ". I/A/:

1 bands of the workers before automobile owners will not go to Eastern Star held its regular situation and take advantage of I' until Thursday no additional then approved by the council hereIt 1

u o'clock in the afternoon. How- this trouble but will. simply punch meeting Monday night at the Ma- [ the Seaboard's action. Information on the meting has been will then be forwarded to Talla- t 1

|r, now that the machinery has Appointed To Go Into. two holes along the lower edge of sonic Hall. The company is in receivership received by court house officials: hassee where It must be passed f ,

i set In motion, it Is believedt Matter With The State the tag and bolt It to the regular After the business : and the counties cannot sue the receivers "It is hoped," said Mr Frank, on before work can begin. ;((1' :G
t this will be a much simpler TreasurerNo rack which comes with the cars. officers for regular meetIng without consent of the Federal I "that large crowds will continue to For the present time work will ;"111', j (1 r
the hew
Itbla week. -' But if this is done and the tag is year were courts. come to these meetings. It is certainly continue on the projects now underway l'
not attached from elected as follows: In an aroused public that Is J. E. Wilson chairman of the :. "
day Saturday the council definite action for this county properly the Mrs. Lorena Epperson, worthy advising tax collectors of the
it renders the railroad's backing the sheriffs and municipal council,.sald this week. These In'i'i ;
top device
quarters was surrounded by a under the Kanner Bill was new safety matron; "L. D. Green, worthy announcement Comp-
pa- clude work the streets off
kd of men and women In holi- taken by the Board of Commis- useless. tron; Mrs. Edna Hart, associate troller J. M. Lee urged that the enforcement officers In this cam- on i "
1 One of the new tags Is on exhibit collectors give widespread paign for safety of the highwaysand Starke, other road work, and :
spirit. Most of them sat on sioners at their Monday meeting.A matron; W., J. Epperson, associate publicity '
work.
I and talking, committee was appointed to at the ta collector's office. to the company's action. streets. drainage t ( 4
ground laughing patron; Mrs. Eva Anderson, secre-
plte of the fact that some had take the matter up more fully with Prices of tags this year for pas- tary; Miss Pearl Manning treas- "I feel that if these taxes are Mr. Frank says he has not com- A complete list of the project. ', .I
i there since early morning. the State Treasurer before acting senger automobiles range from $5 urer; Mrs. Della Hoover, conductress illegal for the railroad, they)/ are i pleted the reports on accidents and lows proposed by; the council is as fob l. ,

caused finally.A to $20. The price range la $5 for ; Miss Llllle McRae, associateconductresll' Illegal for the man with a mule fatalities for the month of November p ,
near-stampede was '
cars up to 2000 pounds; $10 for and ten acres and he Is entitled to 1. Indexing records in the office 'PJ: :
jut 5.00: o'clock when a practicalr letter was received by the ; Mrs. Martha Biggs, of the clerk ,of the circuit court. J.I ;
lifted his voice above the low commissioners from State Treas- cars from 2000 to 3000 pounds; $15 chaplain; Mrs. Jessie Wooten, mar- the same opportunity to contest! "However, while there were fif 2. Additions to the Starke High '1': ,
for cars from 3000 to 4000 the that railroads ; "*
'ersatlon of the waiting crowd urer W. V. Knott as county treas- pounds; shal; Mrs. Maa Wells, organist; I levy are, Mr. ty-nine deaths In September and School bull fng.
and $$20 for cars 4000 Lee stated. t .j I
I shouted'''AU.you fellows come urer ex-officlo stating that an error over pounds. Mrs. Elizabeth Nasworthy, Adah; twenty-five up to November 13. it 3. General Improvement to '
ad to the back to get paid off was contained in the resolution Truck tag prices are based on Mrs. May F. Powell Ruth; Mrs. The alleged Illegal levies range l I" gratifying that only eleven school grounds, including circular 11; i.
Most of the workers rushede adopted by the board on November weight with slightly reductions Dolly Brown Esther; Mrs. Verdie from one and a half mills in Gads- deaths from auto accidents have driveway. '

back of the building theyIt 6 in which it asked for permissionto under last year's scale, Futch Martha; Mrs. Mae Green, i den County to more than twelve been registered from November 13 4. Improvement of
city park.
good naturedly when they use gasoline, tax: funds for the Electa; Mrs. Lena Overstreet warder : mills In Broward and Dade Coun- to 18 Inclusive" he said. 6. Improvement' of baseball ,

ered that the Invitation was purpose of buying past due road Mae West Holds Forth ; Mrs. S. A. Fut h, sentinel. I ties. Among the charges made by "While the great majority of 6. Regrading and claying park.dirt '',
a
;,e alarm. and bridge improvement bonds at In New Show At RitzA I made the railroads for are that levies are deaths have been from larger road from Brooker to Scout Hole i'
| was almost dark before the the lowest possible price in the THREE RING CIRCUS illegal time warrants, excessive cities yet the county highways are !. bridge.

name was called out by the open market. Mr. Knott stated lot; of folks are going to come SHOWS HERE TODAY ,appropriations failure to include for contingencies taking their toll. It Is evident that 7. Regrading And claying dirt
along that the resolution did not comply to Mae West ,- racing people are becoming more cautiousIn road
raster and was relayed up see sometime Income in the estimates from Hampton to Road 28 via
pong line weary with waiting, strictly with the provisions of the Friday and Saturday nights, to be Barnett Bros. Big Three Ring claim and an almost the driving of their motor ve- Theressa. .

fatal cheerful. From then on Kanner Bill.Minutes exact-at the Ritz Theatre where Circus and Menagerie with its general that countiesare hicles on the highways."The 8. Regrading and claying dirt ':.

Iks were haided out rapidly of Monday's meeting she is appearing in her latest film, host of funny clowns, many cages tax deliberately on the taxpayer levying to an extra Governor la sending out road from Damon crossing to Law- ,
the
those receivlllz them hurried follow In full: "I'm No Ancrel." of rare and wild animals and an taxes pay notices to every sheriff that no tey. i
of the
Jlo the -stores where they had The Board of County Commis- Mae West, who captivated the I array of men and women who daily taxdodgers.. truck must be parked on the highways 9. Regradlng and claying dirt '

ited bargains during their day sioners of Bradford County met at nation with her first starring picture laugh at death in their exploits to I of this state without lights road from Starke to Conner bridge s t tr

endow shopping.tohibition. 10:00) a.m. December 4, 1933, with "She Done Him Wrong," be- thrill and amuse, will exhibit In Results Of Election nor must it extend more than one via the Judge George A. Gardiner r
the following members present: G. come a national [Idol and then took Starke today (Friday). In Lawtey Are GivenL. foot on the highway for repairs. place. h I

W. Hlnson chairman; J. M. Rosier, Paris by storm and revolutionized Old time circus atmosphere will This Is truly a "Save a Life" campaign 10. Improvement to streets and dxj

Over L. L. Conner, Mallory Thomas, and feminine styles, Is returning to prevail in Starke when Barnett C. Clark was elected marshaland and certainly everyone relaying sidewalks In Hampton. r >
G. W. Andrews. town for a two-day engagement. Bros exhibit here as this show is tax collector of Lawtey in should play his part In It so that 11. Improvement streets of
According to reports, from one of the few remaining on the the State of Florida can be adver-
Minutes of last regular meeting press Tuesday's election in the only race Lawtey.
Utah Goes Wet read and adopted. every standpoint, "I'm No Angel"Is road which still clings to the which had opposition. Mr. Clark's tised to the world as one of the 12. Improvement t o school

s; Application of John and Mary a better picture than its prede- street parade. The parade In opponents were C B. Rowe and a. safest states In America." grounds at Lawtey. v
cessor-better story better star Starke will leave the show grounds B. Teston. 13. Repairs to city hall at Law-
Snowden for
pauper allowance was performance, better songs and promptly at noon for Its trek over A. A. Griffis elected tey.
was
Ida Remains Dry At Least again laid over till next meetingfor mayor Thieves Lose Out
wisecracks. It is a modern yarn, the business section of the city. In and L. H. Hill was chosen for city 14. Remodeling and rebuilding
;Technically Until Next further Investigation. skillfully concocted by Miss West the line of march will be found elephants clerk.M. city hall at Starke.

Fall Application of George Manningfor herself presenting her in the picturesque camels many open dens B. Plummer and O. J Phillips 10. Construction of airport or:
pauper allowance, which was characterization of a containing various species of wild In {
iational were elected councilmen for the Robbery Try landing field at Starke. +
( prohibition came to an laid over'from last month was re- rowdy, wisecracking carnival dan- animals, scores of men and womenIn two-year term, and G. W Brown, 16. Improvement of road to cem..
Tuesday of this week when fused., and brightly hued costumes while t4
cer singer. A. H. Harley and C R. White- etery at Graham.
h, the thirty-sixth state, ratl- Pauper allowance of Mrs. W. A. Her supporting cast is well the four bands will. accompanywith head were elected for the one-year Had $300 Worth-Of Good StackedIn 17. Improvement of rural routes = v?
I repeal in a decree that openhe Feeler and Mrs. Lou Griffls was chosen. Cary Grant who was her stirring marches. The term. S R. John. Store heady 1 and :2 I at,Starke. t
doors of liquor shops in discontinued at their requests.The "tall, dark and handsome" in "She I screeching calliope, Integral partof To Go 18. Improvement of rural route '
I teen states-Florida not among matter of contracting the Done Him Wrong" plays a similar any circus parade will follow PASTOR CONFERENCE 1' at Lawtey. s' I

county prisoners for the coming role in the new attraction and i the long line of beautifully deco- Rev. W. F. Jones, pastor of the S. R, Johns'-store was broken 19. Beautification of highways) t

n after the word of Utah's year was laid over until next regular gives his customary good performance. rated trucks and wagons. Methodist Church, left Wednesday Into last Friday night but the out of Starke, Lawtey and Hamp
had reached Waohington, meeting. Kent Taylor plays a second Performance being presented by to attend the Florida annual con thieves were routed before they ton.
|lamattons were Issued by thee of Mrs. Joanna lead. Barnett Bros. this season is the ferences 20. Construction }
Applications ) being held at Ocala. It had an opportunity to get away of municipal
Department and President Crosby, Moultry Williams and Annie most elaborate that has ever been Is the ninetieth annual session and with their loot. The Intruders swimming pool at Starke. j
evelt declaring prohibition at Tate were laid over until next STARKE HOTEL GUESTS attempted in the number of years will continue through Monday. clipped the lock on the front door Estimates as to the cost of the

}nd- Nearly fourteen years ofholle regular meeting. Among recent guests at the United this show States.has been touring the I Preparations were made In Ocala of the building and stacked tobacco different projects will be made by; ((1l

) drought, enforced by the Names of Sam Nichols and Coll- Starke Hotel were: N. G. Leighton, Aerialists : for an attendance of between 40O gun shells, and other goods, John A C. Bogart, head work director ,

teenth Amendment of World onel Crosby were stricken from the Miss Florence Leighton, Portland, artists, tumblers wire acrobats .. and 600 of which number 330 are amounting to about $300: In all, by In charge of the engineering; (;
trapeze walkers
f day Inception was brought to pauper roll. Maine; Jack Clark J. D. Pitts, bare- expected to be lodged in Ocala the back door. They then left department of the county.council.
back riders and
he. Joe Pitts of New River was Dallas, Texas; Harry Gibbons Chi- besides the cowboys trained cowgirls ele-, homes. Bishop John M. Moore of evidently Intending to return later Mr. Bogart came here from

'peal found the Federal gov- placed on the pauper roll at $2.50 cago, I1U; Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hen- many I, Dallas, Texas will preside over the and pick up their haul but residents Gainesville.
phants, horses and
nt prepared to control the per month. dry Albany N. T.: Mellie J. Sum- dogs ponies confernce. of the Johns home nearby Under the new organization 8.
will in
perform the three
of liquor In wet states, Motion was duly made and car- ner, Newton, W. Va; Miss Treva under the circus tent in big rings were aroused and the robbery was L. Peek is paymaster and i O. W
ugh a virtual dictatorship over ried that Warrant No. 3887 issuedto Blankenshlp Dallas Texas; Mr. an almost BUSINESS MEN FAVOR ROAD nipped in the bud. Alderman is ,chief time inspector. 4i
unending procession of thrills and
[industry. R. V. Raines June IS, 1933 in the and Mrs. John II. Kloppell, Web- feats of daring. The Business Men's Club at. its Earlier the same night R. R. .
rose states in which, theoretic- Taft Ellerson case, be cancelled, ster. N. Y.; Mrs L. M. Johnson, C. Two Monday meeting went on record as Tbede's store at Lawtey was broken High school student debaters of ,
I at least, the sale of spirits be- payment stopped on same and that L. Johnson Canaudiagua, N. Y.; sented In performances Starke. The will afternoon be pre- I being in favor of promotion of a into and a small amount of Honolulu will travel 2,000 miles to
e legal were Massachusetts, new warrant be Issued. Mrs. B. A. Allan Huntington W hard-surfaced road to the Florida goods 'stolen. debate with high schools In western i.
show will start at 2:00 and
pecticut, Pennsylvania Wls- The board was advised that the Va.; Mrs. H. S. Smith Miss Ger- the night show at 8.00: : p.m.Doorsto I State Farm and a committee was Three arrests were made but the United States. .
l III, Colorado Arizona, Colifor- local council of the Civil Works trude Smith" Mrs S. II. Duffen- the show p.m. appointed to further the Interests suspects were released when fin-
big and will
\ Washington Louisiana New Administration could probably worth Pittsburgh, Pa.; Mr. and be open an hour previous menagerie to show- : of this project. It [is not known gerprint tests showed they were ..." .,. AfI11"AI'"
Montana. Delaware. Illinois, have the records In the clerk's office Mrs. James Bennlng, Kingston, ing time. yet whether or not it can be not the guilty ones. It Is the be-
na, New Mexico, Nevada, re-indexed at a considerable Pa.; Mrs. Louise Miller Rochester brought under the CWA program. lief of finger print experts that BUYCHRISTMAS

011, Maryland, Rhode bland saving- to the county. N. y; Virgil Musselman, Detroit, CAMPER HERE IS KILlED both stores were broken Into; by the .SEALS '
[New Jersey. Motion was duly made and car- Mich.; Miss Blanche Anbury Tampa Harry Estep of Swiss, W. Va., ROLL CALL CONTINUED! same persons.
arlda Ired that the board recordas Flo.T Reid Saunders Waycross, The total )1
remains techtncally_dry go on was instanly killed Saturday night for Bradford County's --- .
will> not be given an ,opportui approving of said project if Ga.; J. R. Watts, Atlanta, Ga;J.rr. when a small coupe in which he Re dCrofls Roll Call was brought to BIKTII.S I Iind
to express Itself on its own thirty per cent of the estimated and Mrs. W. D. Toole, Rochester was a passenger crashed against a ninety-five this week with the addition Mr, and Mrs. C. R. Alvarez,
f dry law untU the general elec- cost of same could be used to purchase N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Caufield, culvert near Callahan and was almost of the four following members Starke, boy December 2. '
next fan the necessary record books. Toronto, Canada; Mr. and Mrs. entirely demolished. His : Mrs. Mary Bennett W C. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Hodges

I There being no further business Fred Lively Presque Isle, Maine; brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Woolen, Louis II. Hill, Mrs. Rosa Starke boy December 3.
9tER NBERa ON RADIO I the board adjourned to meet at the I Mrs. E. :M.!! Hopper. Mrs. E. W. Mrs. Lawrence Estep, were only Constantino. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Alvarez,

fail> radio fans enjoyed hearing next regular meeting date Janu Martin Arlington. Mass.; H. R. slightly injured. At the time of Starke boy December 0.

Iternberg take part In a minstrel ary 1, 1934.A. I Reed Newell Miss.: S. R. Race, the accident the Esteps were on CUCUMBER K.\L r
I Thursday night over WJAX. It J. THOMAS Clerk. Glen Rock, N. Y.j; Mrs. S. R. Rhea their way from Starke to their All growers who are Interested FiRE IN LAWTEYFire
1 tho anniversary program of ''S. R. Rhea, Jr., Joan Rhea Saratoga home in West Virginia. They had in setting out cucumber acreageare of undertermlned origin
I station staged by the Morocco LAWTEY MASONS ELECT I Springs, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. spent several weeks camping a asked by H. D. May to meetat Saturday night destroyed the
pie Chanters. Mr. Sternberg Lawtey Lodge No. 189, F. &: A. Park Bevina Covlngton Pa.; Mr. short distance south of town. the court house Saturday after- frame house of A. M. Blanchard d ;
heard as end man In the show M., Tuesday night elected the following and Mrs. H. M. Huntington Montreal y noon at 2:30 o'clock. Fertilizer and just west of Lawtey.A .

I Position which he has filled officers to serve during Canada; W. C. Miller Plant RIPE HTUAWEBBY. seed will be furnished. S JW
P' mes, to the delight of mtaI .1934: A. H. Harley, W M.; R. P. City, Fla.; J. B. Smith, I* R. Res- One of the first ripe strawberries German police dog belong-
lovers Jones. S. W.; H. C. Harley J. W.; ley Seneca Falls, N. Y.; Mr. and to come from a new plant was I ALL-DAY SINGING ing to H. P. Denton of Llttlefleld

I W. C. Wooten, treasurer O. J. Mrs. L. W. Bailey)/, Seneca Falls, N. brought in this week by J. M. There will be an all-day singing Texas returned after being missing 4 r
FORD' GARAGE MOVED Phillips, secretary; W. H. Jones Y.; Mr. and Mrs Louis Hampstead, Brownlee from his farm west of at Water Oak Baptist Church in for two years.

Lw-, Andrews. Ford dealer, removed S. D.; O J. Anders J. D.; E. B. Bayonne. N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. A. town. It was a fine, large berry Bradford County the second Sunday .
A Kansas
his from its 'Wells S. S. J. E. Wilkinson. J. S.; Wallace Mad Wis. City resident arrestedfor More We e ks
f garage ; lOn, ; Mr. and and it U to be hoped that it Is an I December 10. Every body is 2
I ** on Road 4S Into the buildwloining D. L. Phillip, chaplain; J. E. Wilkinson Mrs. Jack Fields, Chicago, 111.; Edward omen of '4 fine, large season for cordially invited' to attend and take the plea speeding he was failed"hurrying to get home off on to to Christmas

the bottling plant. tyler.P.M'it. C. Britton, Philadelphia, Pa. Bradford County .
growers.r part In the singing. keep from catching a cold." SHOP EARLY-MAIL- 1rAL s




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lawn spent Saturday night here children were visiting her fat
with Miss Martha Crawford.' at Sapp station Sunday

BROOKER UAMPTON{ GRAHAM RISING Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rosier and EVERGREEN Mr. and Mrs. Russell\ Red('

and Mrs. Phillip Mrs. F.. A. Roller, Cor. were visiting her
and Mr.
r'' i Mian Vera shay, c... jCIss Ada IVI..ma> CUT. HI. Ell. JOBBSOBU Cer. Mrs. H. M. MeRae, Co. children Jean mother \
: Sullivan of Jacksonville were visIting Gaskins SundaYaflernool+

to ,1 relatives here one day last

Brooker School Honor Roll I On November 7, Mrs J. P. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. George Jackson of The people in this section are week. Miss Pauline Rosier and brother,

); ::44+ First Grade (Mrs. J. P. Roberta, who had reached her seventy- High Springs were visiting the lat- busy grinding cane and digging .--- J. E, returned to their home Wed- STOP ATVIOLA'S
{ q Teacher)-Betty Joe Webb, Margaret second birthday, was given a surprise ter'. brother-in-law and sister Mr. sweet potatoes. nesday after spending several
} Alleen Kel- : of her friends i weeks at Okahumpka the guests
Foxworth Mary party by some and Mrs. E. Yarbrough, Sunday.Mr.
Mr. and Mrs.. B. :E. McRae and
of their uncle Elbert Gnann.
; ley, Stella Mae Hayes C. W. Col- and neighbors. At 3:00: o'clock and Mrs. J. P. Roberta of children of Starke were visiting Heilbronn Springs
son Gerald Lltchfleld Gordon Par. the guests arrived. Little Battle Brooker were visiting relatives relatives here Thursday. I Mrs. Schellie Rosier and children II For

ker, Donald Crews. Horn entered carrying a lovely here over the weekend.Mr Mini Thelma. nhod:! .n, Co. spent Thanksgiving afternoon with Good Sandwiches
+' First Grade (Miss Mildred Morgan white birthday cake on which were Arthur McRae spent Thursday Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peele.: and
and Mrs. Forrest Reynoldsof
Teacher)-Murlll Prescott, placed pink candy rosebuds and Jacksonville spent ThanksgivingDay and Friday with relatives at San- !oIl'. and Mrs. R. G. Rosier and ICE COLD

Betty Hazel Green, King Thomas, I the age "seventy-two," was rep- with her parents, Mr. and ford.The Mrs. J. C. Jones and Miss Thel- children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. BEER
t J. D. Surrency, Carl Richard resented In green candles. Baby Mrs. Frank Abernathy.Rev. supper given at the home of ma Rhoden were visitors to Starke Bill Stringfellow at Starke Satur- I I Ask For Our Prices on Co<
Harvlne Watteraoa entered carry- Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan Thurs- Monday. day night. Adjoining
Hough.
Second Grade (Mrs. Edna Pre- Ing a basket of lovely, gifts, and C. C. Butler of Lake Butler day night was well attended and Misses Lois and Edith Moore Andy Boyett and "Pee-Wee" Sinclair Service Station
little Martha Pearl Horn carried a filled his regular appointment here enjoyed by all. Miss Lois Judd and Earl Parmenter Martin of Pompano and Palm Where. You Get Your Ga. .,,
Thomas,
Teacher-Loralne .
vatt )
Sunday at the Christian Church. IL AressurlpsFor
beautiful of red Beach returned to their homes
Ward,-Doris Hodge Phyllis bouquet geraniumsand Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae and and,Clarence Moore were visitors
$ Ruby Hazen Atkinson. plumosa ferns. Those who en- Mr. and Mrs. Volley McKInney Mrs. F. M. White were dinner to Graham Sunday afternoon.Mr. Sunday night after spending the

Third, Joyce Grade (Mrs. Edna Prevatt joyed this afternoon were: Mrs. T. were visiting her mother, Mrs. A. guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Mc- and Mrs Loyd Moore of St. past five months here at the C.C.C.

Wllaon Green. M. Hagan, Mrs. O. G. Pearce, Mrs. E. Ward, Tuesday.We Rae in Pine Level section Satur- Augustine spent Thanksgivingwith camp.
Teacher)-
? Third Grade (Miss Mildred Morgan Mattie A. Ward, Mrs. J. B. Ackerly. are glad to report that H. C. his parents Mr. and Mrs. T. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddingand Fastest
; ; Mrs M. L. Watterson, Miss Har day.T. daughter Margaret, were visIting -
Teacher-Russell Wilson, Surrency who has been very sick N. Norman of Gum Branch J. Moore.
rl vine Watterson, Mrs. W. J. Horne Is much improved at this time.F. his mother, Mrs. H. F. Redding Relief
t Geneva Parrish, Thelma Lee Star-, was visiting here Friday. Miss Ethel Davis spent a few
S and daughters Misses Martha and Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
Barbara Stephens Lovie M. Abernathy and L. C. Kid in Starke visiting her sister
,,4 ; ling, Bettle Home. C. A. Crosby filled his regu- days and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and
Ward. Smith were business visitors to lar appointment at Heilbronn Mrs. Newn Burney. Demand and bet _
,r ? + Fourth and Fifth Grades (Mrs. Mrs. W. B. Hunt was a business Jacksonville Friday. Church Sunday.A Quite a crowd attended the cane

!' Gusale Mae Boree Teacher- visitor to Starke this week. Mrs. Cary Starling and childrenof number, of people of this section grinding at the home of Miss Rosa 1r

d Douglas Hazen W. A. Brown, Jr? Mrs. aMttle A. Ward and Miss the Zlff section were visiting attended church at Pine Level Moore Thursday night.Mr. .
r Jeanett McGauley, Doris Mann, Ada Nlmmo attended the barbecue here Saturday.
Sunday night.BOOTSEY'S. and Mrs. Frank Morgan of B R
r ti Leslie Thomas, Bessie Prescott, that was given by Bishop Surrencyin
Mrs. Etta Reynolds left Sundayfor Plant City are here this week look-
Marie Dyal M. D. Harrell, Jewell honor of his Sunday School an extended visit with her Ing after their farm. (
class at Hawthorne.M. .
Prescott.
daughter Mrs. Rosle Wishbrooks
There will be meeting at
prayer
L. Watterson and son, Fred- of Omega, Ga.
BEACH the home of Mrs. Nettle Starling
,
BrookerWaldoThe
i erick, while extracting logs from I
Mrs. Berry Dyal and daughters
night. Everybody come.
Friday
Waldo school basketball Santa Fe River GENUINE BAYEASPIRIN !
this
swamp week !. Dell and Lu Mandy, of Sampson g.. Ga.kln.. CTor.tZr. .
teams motored here Wednesday captured a large diamond backed Mrs. Edna Harley of Lawtey
City were visiting Mrs. Allen Call
night to meet with the Brooker rattlesnake. The length of the spent a few days of last week with

teams in two hard fought games.At reptile was six and one-third feet, Sunday. and Mrs. B. Prlvitt enter- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Uley I of a unique prow
BECAUSE
end of the the scores Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith were Parmenter. DONT GAMBLE!
the while Its
games clrcumfrence measured tained several of their friends Sat- Genuine Ba v
were aa follows: ten inches. It was the proud owner shopping in Hampton Wednesday. urday night with a dance in honor HEMO-FREE, the provn ointment I Aspirin Tablets are made to Boys' game Waldo 25, Brooker of seven rattles with which to give Mr. and Mrs. George Conway of of Misses Mertle and Mlttie Privittof IF YOU GET UP NIGHTS gen retulo. Ic toothy It heaU. It int.egl'ate-or dissolve-INSTANJ
8; girls' game, Waldo IS, Brook warnings to intruders Palatka were visiting the latter'sparents Jacksonville. absorbs It hi brought comforting I LY you take them. Thus they tin
Mr. and Mrs. Chesley relief to thouMfid Ic will do the Mine for you I to work instantly. Start Uki
er 9. Rev. O .E. McGauley will preachat Fogg, Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Sebe Harris of Lax The Bladder With JuniperOil Never before hat HEMO-FREE been told ,hold" of even a severe headac
the Baptist Church next Sunday i Dukes were visiting relatives here Buchu, Etc. for far dun f 100 per tube. So take advanug neuralgia neuritis or rheumatic p
Sunday School Entertainment morning and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Warren of Sunday afternoon.We Drive out the Impurities and excess today of the new low price: a few minutes after taking.
Friday night the Baptist Sunday Misses Worthington Springs and Mrs. J. aclda. that cause. Irritation And they provide SAFE relief
Lillian and Annie Laura are glad to Mrs J. L. burning and frequent deiilre. Juniper FULL SIZE TUBE
report
weiner roast out In D. Byrd of 5UC for Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN*
had Tampa
School a were visitingMr.
i Tucker have as their guests this oil In pleasant to take In the (C.O.D. Orders 65c)
Gasktna able to be out after harm the heart So if
front of the church building. A week their and Mrs. C. B. Roberta Sunday again form of BUKET8 the bladder laxative not you wn
attended this affair. cousin, Gertrude Brice; afternoon. being confined to her bed for several also containing: Buchu leave, A Mtufactkn come with each tube! QUICK and Days see 11
i' large crowd Harvey Thomas and Miss Jennla I da/. "c. Works on the bladder similarto .....-...........guarantee..-...-..............---....-. I you the real Lo
..I After roasting the welners they Thomas, all of Macon Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ward of the Mrs. R. N. Crawford and chil- castor oil on the bowels. Get.. MEMO LABORATORIES for the Bayer cross on every tab
crowd played games for a time be- Waldo section dinner -jo unx from any drug store. After shown above and for the w
were guests dren; Mrs. J. Roy Quinn and four days If not relieved of geltlnti 4520 Wee Pico Blvd..Lot Annie.CalitEnclowd as
h fore going home. In thirty years of carrying a rural of IIr. and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney up nlghle" go back and wet your ia 50c for full size double Hrength GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN
i, route Sunday.Mr. daughter. Lucile, and Thelma Gas- money. If you are bothered with tube of HEMO-FREE. If not relieved I get every bottle or package you buy.
near Spring Valley, Ohio, kina were visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. ** r>unche or left pains caused from my 50c back.
Locate: Judson Walton, 68, boasts he outlasted and Mrs. L. R. Wasdin of H. Thompson of Woodlawn Sun- :nett disorders you are bound lo Member N R.A.
and after this cleanslne->d
Mrs. R. B. Raulerson daughter sixty horses NanaAdd
and
nineteen Palatka GENUINE BAYER ASPIRI
spent Thanksgiving
I Day day. you get your regular sleep. Mitch
t last
: Nadine, of Imokolee spent 'automobiles. with Mr. and Mrs.: H. D. Wasdinv Miss Melvin Crews of Wood- ell's DruB store says UUKJ2TH: is a -Guy 11Io., I DOES NOT HARM THE HEAI!
week here with her parents, Mr. beet seller.\

I'A' and Miss Mrs.Eliza H. P.Dukes Gainey.of Dukes spent I THE_ FAMILY NEXT DOOR It Doesn't Pay J

part of last week here with friends .
v < r W B2 rj.Y'
and relatives-
i H. B.. Crosby, Mrs. A. L. Crosby I J MEAN V txWrW v&i qn.v. > "u.o 'tOM m: 'ttpd'ER\ MAN,ON MAPt
\
Mr. and Mrs. Zenlous Williams wNVt HOV "ARE YA'Q FINE MY WIFE JUBY'TOUiVOOKT DOM6 XT JM\\
friends and relatives Mt Y owe vT/yyx \ DAY'. A.INT" VT YEAMs flu'V WNVOU SHE CNDrVT WANT/ tJOfVT DO ITl N\V \ --1YzR,
were visiting AMY CMRISYMAg / -/ YES LET'S M \ QA V
NAPPY ANYTHING FOR L/W\FC\ TOU> rAt THAT '"
; In Youkon Saturday. PRESENT AT ALLy I ( st' .L TH I CtiR15r'MALI\ M' 'W' M\MOK\ Now I
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Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gainey were VI VJ9tulu .___ .
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r attending Saturday. to business in Starke TWSS* [ j : Y i : ,,-

r Mrs. R. W. Brannen and daughter ,

Pauline, of Lake Butler spent a e Lj
part of last week here with friends soar Q b

and relatives. I
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Crosby and I'TELLME '
children who have been spending a t 1

few days at the home of his par

ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby,
have returned to their home in

Avon Park.
Van and Omegta Dukes of Lake s
J
e Butler were visiting friends and

1 relatives here Thanksgiving Day.H. .

P. Gainey, A. L. Green, J. M.
Mott: and Roy Green were trans

acting business In Starke Monday. .-1
We are very sorry to report tout

Eld. J. II. Kelley is on the sick list -r ee.aoa $ 1tERFlEt
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THIRTEEN
ONE STARKE,. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1933 NUMBER


I EDITORIALS November Honor Roll :iWiOO.b DAYS By DWIG What They Did BRADFORD TAKES (.',

JASPER 18.13 '
Mrs. Long and Mrs.> Carpenter"We -
FIRST GRADE 1 spent the holidays in Bacon-

ffotf'CI to the Best Interest of HIM Lena, Bell Shephard Teacher r ton, Ga., visiting our mother, Mrs. Tornado Journey To take ButlerFor

BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL Raymond Norman, Floyd Tillman < W. T. Jackson. We had a very Game Today I "
3. L. Johns, Thomas Henry, Aubrey nice time." "
Udentti, Patrons and Alumnae Lee Draver Luther r I The Red and Black again flew .,;
Bobby Biggs. "Visited
J _I_ g-_= _gg i Mrs. Hoffman my .
STAFF : Jackson, Hoyt Warren, Berta mother in Perry, Thanksgiving, high In triumph as Bradford Hlgh'sfighting
EDITORIAL Lee George, Collette Green, Agnes and then journeyed to Apalachicola Tornadoes took a close '
i iI iJ
Hubbard, Beverly Parks. where I spent the remainder of theholldo.ys. frame from Jasper High in the
III Rorr.e4.E4ItorlnChletorothY Homecoming event at Jasper on
? time.
I had a grand
FIRST GRADE A-B
Editor-In-CAlet
Sapp.Asst.
As whole
and I Thanksgiving Day. a
Mr. Gray-"My family
B. John*-Managing Editor MliM Madge Mlddleton, Teacher the Tornadoes played wonderfulball
in
spent the holidays Apalachlcola.
inter J-IarleyAs..t. Manae. Editor Gene Noegel, Edward Ricks, / / Visited Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman. I to overpower their opponents,
.,li Long1.---- 'Exchange: : Editor Marvin Leach, Garnlta Hutto, Ad- who were by no means set ups.
all
had a fine time eating shrimp,
I\larwlck.A..t. Ex.: : Editor
\
orotbY die Tyler, Dorothy Jean Williams. From the very beginning the Tornadoes -
UIS Jackson.____Literary Editor kinds of sea food, and turkey. The ;
flashed their old time i
, idea Snyder, Asst. Literary Editor FIRST-SECOND GRADES days were enjoyable I
Alter Schnell-_..____Sport Editor Miss Theltna Silcox, Teacher Mrs. Alderman-"I spent the fighting spirit. Although It was a .
Allie Dies--___A..t. Sport. Editor Lyle Anderson, Betty Ruth Anders Thanksgiving holidays with my bitterly fought game, the small

.,!I. Adklne--------Society Editor Harold Crews, Russell! Gatlln rl. I I family. Had a very quiet, and margin by which the Tornadoeswon
enry: Godwln--.Joke EditorW. Ray Johnson Bobble McRae, Mar- LI !l lY le J i pleasant time"Mr. was enough" to decide the better '
Anderson Jr.. A.nt. Joke Editor garet Stringfellow. iI iI I Larson "Went hunting team

, ter Austin,--------.Reporter I most of the time with a few foot- In less than ten minutes after
Entertainment FIRST GRADE I Ii ball games alternating. Had a big the opening whistle had sounded
_
otter ,
I''irthtt Brownie Miss Olive Ray, TeacherNorman
Primary and Elementary Thanksgiving dinner. Had a great Cooper came through with a line
Carroll, Mack Futch, r time plunge of five yards for the initial
Bryan Harrell, Harold Tomlinson,
Miss Hazel MlJdleton--"Spent cC:>'lnter. The second marker came
Thomas Williams, John Anderson, e. the holidays with the family and when Wall went off right tackle
Of Events Barbara Keen, Angelina Thomas, +N'i 1
Calendar had wisdom tooth extracted. Had and ran ten or fifteen yards for a
Roberta Whitfield. a rather painful time"Miss touchdown. Carter nabbed a pass j

Ore. 7-Book Reports due. SECOND GRADE Fernandez-.-"I had a very from Strickland on the Jasper' 30\ -

Doc. 8-Senior Assembly} Mrs. Mrs. Bitch, Toucher pleasant Thanksgiving with my yard line and sprinted across\ for

T. T. Long In chargeof Nina Bishop, Ruth Click, Marjorie family Spent the days quietly the final touchdown. All of the I.

program. Davis, Ruth Powell, Lola Tyler, reading, and preparing for Christ points failed, however. The first
Ot'C' 8--Special Chorus. Patsy Ruth Wainwright, Alberta mas. Had a very nice time." Jasper! touchdown came through a

,Drs. llEINDt'ntary8Itf'mbly.. Woodward, Joe English, Keeffee Mrs. Demorest"We went to run by Hammock and the other .

[Dec. 14-Combined Glee Club. Pitts Olin White, Hilborn Wal- Apopka to visit We saw a very one by a pass. : 1' :

I dorn. interesting football game In Orlando One casualty, however went to I

SECOND GRADE Thanksgiving night. Had a the Tornadoes along with the victory I

Do not say all that you know, Miss Lucile Edwards, Teacher big.time." for Pitts, up and coming Tornado -

,ut always know what you say. Doris Gaffney, Virginia Anderson I 'Y4irG I end received a broken nose In i

------ Doris Griffis, Betty Harden- HANGS! the game. At any rate, the entire

Diplomacy is letting someone Brook, Violet Johnson. Tornado team should receive high, 1.-
No this Is not about Chicago, but praise for the manner In which
!ISO have your own way.
: THIRD GRADE this article is devoted to the latestof they carried and upheld the colorsof ,
--- Mrs. Grace Wainwright, Teacher ak k the B. II. S. fads-bangs. It Red and Black In this game.
"'Better late than never," is not Joe Andrews, Richard Jackson, seems that most of the girls have Today the Tornadoes will travel ,
mlf so good a maxim as, "Better Sara Barefoot, Dorothy Bell, Gloria i U! O"""' $ f'10lE. taken scissors in hand and are now over to Lake Butler to met Union .. .f ,

ever late." Buford, Ethel Coleman, Evelyn f'f\\.eR.\ $ sporting a sprinkle of bangs across High, which, although once 121'r'r "
--o --- Clemons Ida Lulu Davis, Mary their foreheads. banded because of the death of one : .

Bradford HI' Is a fine school andt Dixon, Dorothy Lee Johns, Alver- Maybe most of the B. H. S. belles of the players, has joined together i h

t deserves a fine paper. This is tine Johnson, Patsy Keen, Barbara i. received their inspiration for bangs again to meet the Tornadoes. This H!
student Snow, Clarice Thomas, Sara Sew- THANKSGIVING FIRST SHIPMENTOF after seeing Claudette Colbert in game will mark the third consecutive I
possible without proper ell, Katherine Kinlaw. the "Torchsinger.. Now we have season these' teams have met if..
pport. Submit contributions. I [ I HEARD-j] M
boost the Journal, and watch itrow FOURTH GRADE OBSERVED HERE SENIOR CLASS "Claudettes" all over the campus. since Union High re-established k
Mrs. Herbert Hart Teacher Another reason for this fad be- a football team In 1031. In the w,)
Into a fine paper. WITH PROGRAM RINGS ARRIVEMuch
Billy Boulware, Edward Brock, coming so popular is that a certain two teams' first clash, Bradford Y
All of the high school studentshad
Donald DuBois, Enos Hayes, Oth- football hero Is very fond of them. was the victor by 12-0, but Lake {
OICE AS INDEX TO ma Haynes, Odell Jones, Jacqueline Various Grade Submit NumbersIn vacation.a very Everyone enjoyable was Thanksgiving gladto Excitement Caused Among As Prof Gray would say, "You Butler came back last season to
very
ONE'S PERSONALITYWhen Andrews, Ferol Jones, Geraldine Assembly For National have a few days of recreation. Large Claim By The Glad can't tell what these ladles will hand us a discouraging defeat.
Silcox, Carrie Belle Bennett. Holiday EventB.H.S. d!)." These two games marked the open 4 a ')

you meet a person for the FIFTH GRADE B. H. S. was well represented at ., Nov. 28.! -(Disassociated ing games in their respective sea
rat time, you unconsciously judge As the school week ended Wed the game in Jasper Thanksgiving Press)-The Senior rings arrived FOURTH GRADE Sons With the count now one and
m by the tonal quality of his Minn Annie Mae Pearce Billy, Teacher Griffis, nesday of lost week the regula.rassembly afternoon. All the girls were very this A. M.t! Were the Seniors all Mrs. Hart bought four small pictures one, a bitter contest seems to be

ceo You do not know what his Le'Etta Corpenlng1. was moved up a couple of fashionably dressed. Martha ga ga over their arrival? It has for our room. They are on hand this afternoon, and with
Louise Sterns,
mdard of life might be or any- Cleone Kinchen, days from Friday. A variety of Brownlee looked very good in a been reported that one Senior girl "Blue Boy," "The Gleaners," "Old the Tornadoes now at their very .

Ing about his character but youe Melvin Wiggins. rooms presented numbers to com new dress. Bunnie wore a brown passed out. Now, one of the latest Ironsides" and "Angelus." playing peak, they never have had, C

going to either like or dislike FIFTH GRADE pose the Thanksgiving program In and white outfit. Hope was very fads <(besides< bangs) Is the art We had'one pupil more on the and probably never will have a {
m after hearing him speak. Ine Mis Eunice Perkins, Teacher the auditorium. The following attractive in a blue outfit. Lillian of seeing who can Hash his ring honor roll this month than last. better chance to trample Union ,

meantime, what Is he thinking Garnetta Hubbard, Lucile Har- numbers were well given and received was adorable In a new swaggersuit. the most--regardless of the envy month. High School. F

f you T Does your voice possess denbrook. Gladys Johnson, Frances : of the lower classmen. Another A new pupil enrolled in our

here three qualities-rich !in vol- Overstreet, Mary Loralne Stock- Grandmother's Surprise Party, S. S. Dowling a former principalof question of the day is when the class Monday, Jewel Lott from The Louisiana department of a ,

me, restful in tone and under- well, Edward Barnes, Edgar Roof, educational skit, Seventh B. B. H. S., is now principal at grand exchange will begin and Plant City. conservation reports 1 ,ooO people

landing In spirit? If so, you may Irvin Tillman, Jack Halle. An Early Thankagvting Scene, Jasper High. He seemed glad to when the girls will start wrappingcord We all enjoyed our Thanksgiving making their living by trapping in + ; .,

e sure that the'person with whom SIXTH GRADE depicting snow falling on workers: see his Starke friends in Jasper to make them fit and the boys holiday and now we have gone marshes around New Orleans. r
>u are talking is going to be at- Thanksgiving afternoon. back to work In earnest, as examinations
Miss Edna Strickland, Teacher of cheer on Thanksgiving morn- start using soap to remove them!
racted to you. Jean Davis Vernon Dyal, Irene tog, Seventh A.Thanksgiving Everyoone who attended the are Just around the corner. "Sunshine" and "Spanish" are d.
Men and women dislike a whln- Goodge R. E. Jones, Mary Jane game Thursday afternoon discov- Our class has started review for the kingdom of the Netherlands,
Tale Leota
ng voice more than any other Mersereau Alice poem, ered that there is a town In Flor- examination In geography Princess Juliana, la a red-h ad. k'tr
Judd Florence ,
ype. A shrill voice irritates those Phipps, Eighth. ida smaller than Starke.
'
Peterson [L[ 1)"Gran'pap
'ho are unfortunate enough to SIXTH GRADE Gratitude, poem, lona Tillman,, Robert Chapman entertained Introducing- ) {
Tenth.
eaten to It. Neither does anyone Juanlta Bare- several of his"frlends with a dinner

ke to listen to that colorless voice foot Margaret, L. C. Smith Lowry, ,Jr., Willa Vida Things Work Out, poem, Irma party Friday night at his home at Wisdome's Question
hlch drones along monotaneously
S. Tom Stockwell Eleventh. the State Farm. Everyone had a Box." starting next week In the
Kllllngsworth, W. Rivers
Ithout seemingly any ending.A Mersereau, Billy Jackson, Tommy Teach Me to Pray, song Twelfth very enjoyable time. B. H. S. Journal. In this featureof
who talks constantly
person Ritch, Ralph Rhodes, Jesse Ricks. I Grade girls. Miss Rosalind Jacobs spent the our school weekly, Gran'pap will
thought of aa being shallow and Mr. Gray took the stage for an. holidays visiting friends In Jasper. endeavor to furnish level-headed Barnett Bros.BIG

bore. A person who speaks hesl- SEVENTH GRADE I nouncements afterwards. Mrs. Long and Mrs. Carpenter 'advice to all personal problems or

mtly leads people to believe thate Mary Harriet Bishop, Shirley spent Thanksgiving in Baconton, questions submitted to him the .

Is not sure of himself. A person Geary, Lorraine Hartman. Doris Ga., with their mother. week before. If you have a puzzling
'ho speaks too rapidly and clips Silcox, Doris Strickland, Geraldine 1 handicap to your business,
,tt his words is of Jewett Bright SayingsBook Coach Larson's sister, a studentat
thought as try- Tillman. Ralph DuBois, private or social life, just Jot It 3-RING
Steson In DeLand
ng to put an idea over without Fogg, Theodore Goodge, Billy Tay- 9 'University down, band it to Lester Austin at. ,
onvtctlon. No one likes a girl lor, A. Z. Adkins, Jr., Dorothy spent the holidays in Keystone the school house, and he'll relay it :
ither who affects a borrowed ac- Boulware, Clara Flume, Sidney agent: Young man, you Heights visiting her brother. on to Oak to .
need this book. It will do half Three high school girls spent' up Ridge Gran'pap.Then u oa
ent, Boston or Southern, Lee
usually Griffis, Gloria Johns, Betty look in the Journal for It
a this accent immedl- your school work for you. Sunday at the State Farm visiting
synthetic Kruse, Audra Belle Phillips, Doahla next week. Another thing: Gran'pap
tely creates an impression of In- Smith, Mellle Silcox, Allie Mae A. E.: Fine. Give me two. friends.Misses Inez Frlnk and Doris Is a searing columnist, and CIRCUSSTREET a!

incerlty.* Slade Willie Mae Thornton. falls to include
never
names, so--
A doctor says that ill health attacks Proctor of Ocala spent Thanksgiving
A beautiful voice' is low
truly EIGHTH GRADE only the weakest spots of the with Myra Frlnk.
ut not so low aa to be indistinct Roswell Noegel, Billy Powell, body. No wonder some folks suffer Miss Elizabeth Hollingsworthspent STUDENTS GO TO WAR
a those who are listening. This Tillman Two:f if teen, Tuesday, November
Frances Lee Peek, One from chronic headaches. Thanksgiving In Gainesville.
alee should be friendly and cheer- Miss Mildred visit- 28, 1933, and all Is quiet on the
L O. Jones. Hundley was
ul. A friendly voice invites con- school grounds. Suddenly at 2:20: !
Fro: Make any money this Ing the State Farm Saturday.; STARKE
Idence In its owner by its sympa- NINTH GRADE ? Leslie Biggs spent ThanksgivingIn the fire alarm blares forth its call
he tic Arlie Sponholtz, Andrew Taylor. year to
arms
quality. against that mighty foe,
Gratton: Well, in round fig Brunswick, Ga.
You probably want to know how TENTH GRADE Miss Louise Sapp spent Thanks- fire! The students rushed to the

o cultivate an agreeable speaking Elaine Wynn A. W. Anderson, uresFro: Same here. giving with Miss Dorothy Sapp. windows, looked out and saw the PARADE .
olce now. Singing is an aid In Lea Retta Jeffords. Alice Roys- fire-not a tenth of a mile away. Friday

earning how to place one's voice, ter Ivan Sponholtz, Gullda Marie Football may be a rough game, PROGRESS MADEBY To It they went aa fast as they ,
ut White Lillian could. In three minutes AT NOON 8
not everyone can sing. Those Thede, Dorothy but croquet Is more wicket. the school
ho can't will find that if they Sternberg. CLASSES OF house was deserted.

notice reading poetry aloud that ELEVENTH GRADE Sullivan: Do you believe in the For nearly half an hour after the D EC.. e2
It' will help them to improve their Jessie May Brannen, Francis here-after? SENIOR SPONSORSecond students reached the scene of action -

''olces. Try to put as much ex- Cotton Melvin Crosby, Francis S. R.: Of course I do, but why T they wer eunder fire helpingthe

''tension as possible in your voicet Hemingway Callie Strickland, Sullivan: Do you remember Of Serif Of Interviews firemen fight the enemy and PERFORMANCES, 2 P. M. and 8 P. M. H
_
> all times. Lessons in elocution carrying out the helpless and defenseless -
Keeffee Harrell,
Sullivan
Percy those two dollars you awe me? Taken With Mrs Long Show .
riven by an experienced teacher Ronald Pitta Frances Cadman, S. R.: Tes.Sullivan i Unusual Interest (unless It was) insured) Tickets on Sale at Show Grounds After 10 A. M. i
Improve one's voice. Audrey Carlisle Leecy Fogg, : Well, that's what Fra furnltuia. At last the foe was

A pleasant voice is very essential Blake Jackson, Dorothy Marwick. here-after. Unusual Interest is being shown conquered and the students, after
IQ business. Men who hire secretes Carra Belle Norman, Dorothy In the work under Mrs. receiving the thanks of Mrs. Ma-

or similar people to work intheir Sapp, Ruby Shaw, Louise Snyder, Lois A.: Will you be so kind as both the Tenth and Twelfth Long Grade by nassa (whose bouse it was) dispersed FIVE ELEPHANTSLed

offices usually pick out ones Irma Stockwell, Anita Wainwright, to get off my feet? classes. and went home.

that have friendly, cheerful voices Mary Wynn. Dot: ril try. Is It much of a The Tenth Grade is showing rapId
"i' It Is an aid in attracting custolllera. GRADE walk TBunnie The automobile celebrates its
TWELFTH
In to
regard Alice
progress grammarand fortieth By Mighty Largest ElephantOn
Although we can't see the Vera Carney S. R. Johns, Hen- : Bobby, which Is more their interesting work books. anniversary in 1934. ,

''P akers over the radio we un- ry Godwin Louise Jackson, Lois important, your girl or your Stories and! plays are receiving Tour
n clou8ly like them and want toU1Ow ,' Long Carolyn Hutto Sinclair pants? splendid dramatization under the in America

\ them If we are attracted by'belr Peek, Mildred Dinkins, Elena Pra- Bobby Chapman: My pants are.I hands of the Sophomores. Soon NOW'S THE TIMEFor

voices. Therefore, an agreeable : ther Alta Rhame, Marjorie Stump, can go places without my girl.., they are to start-debating.The .
>' voice la necessary in many Dorothy Swambom Lois Adkina, "SuperiorSeniors" are ONE DAY ONLY
Wes of work. :Many actors and Martha Brownlee. Bunnie Canova It has been found that balloon studying words and practical Eng OYSTERSAlso

stresses lost their jobs when the Idell Clemons, Gratton Cooper, silk used in place of rubber for deIcers lish. Also, they are still debating.Soon .
"talkies" were Introduced because Carlle Faulkner. Woodfin Haile on wing and tall surfaces} of they are to present the play,
they did not h.",ve voices which Kathrya Haynes Kitty Hogged airplanes reduces the weight of the "Sauce For the Goslings." It BARBECUEThe
Would suit the critical public. Not Marguerite Prevail Lester Schnell, de-icers from 100 pounds to forty- shows the difference between the $25.00 Offered For Any Bad Horse or ;
only In business but in social life, Frow Strickland. Richard Thede. five pounds. home where slang is used and that Best in Town

4> well will you find that a clear where correct English Is used. HALL'SBarbecue Mule Which Cowboys Fail to Ride
Dutiful voice i is an important aid For fear of thieves, police of The Big Dipper constellation li It seems that the Sophomoresand

lid gaining genuine respect and con- Marion, Ind., lock their expensive different today than'it was 90,000 Seniors are not only progress- Place i

ence. armored automobile In a strong years ago; the entire sky is alter Ing but are showing interest in Near Seaboard Station Persons Bringing Animals Admitted Freer t
'
IRMA STOCKWELL. garage when It is not In use. ing constantly slowly but surely their work.

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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY.
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Miss :Mitchell Entertains A total of 38,315: balea of silk a recent month- went---------

C. E. Members I out of 5,007 exported by Japan In through the Panama : by b

I:.l's ,3ocictylJ Miss Lucille Mitchell vas hos-

t.lt tess to the members of the Christian New
Endeavor of the Presbyterian TIRES

Church at their regultr monthly); ti 'broken In"duro.
's metclng Monday afternoon at her T'I Ina cold l ,

,. Fortnightly Music W M. S. Circles homo on :Madison Street. weather i aVerage pet
The regular business was attended a a- 30%
Study Club Met MondayMrs. 1 morewtteaeethaniei totol!
to and plans were discussed I i
G A E. M. Johns was hostess for the Christmas candlelight \ r
The home of Judge'and Mrs. tartedoffnowia
Monday afternoon to one of the service which will be held at the
Z. Adkins was the gathering placeof thelprlng.
5 circles of the Woman's Missionary church on Sunday evening, De- That',
the Music Study Club for its 'l// 80 i
Society of the Methodist Church. cember 24, at 6:30: o'clock.It extra reason
meeting on Friday, December 1. for
Radiance roses and chrysanthemums voted to In I
Mrs. L. O. Powell gave an Inter- was participate r Coodyearsatt
added to the attractivenessof three study groups as follows; TrCoDYEAR |B
esting and Instructive paper on the the living room and sun parlor. t ranteed day's tow
,:, History( of German Music. Fol- Group One-Expert Endeavor G7rcuor Wfi priceJSqS *-.
y In the absence of the circle Work which wll Ibe conducted each W '
lowing this Mrs. E. L. Biggs
and leader, Mrs. L. D. Vining, the Sunday 6:30: pra., at the church. : I SEES
., ; capably discussed the life'
meeting was presided over by Mrs.L. Group Two To meet each I
'
grip
works of Ludwig Von Beethoven and
BEAUTY CHORUSNot \ 1 protec
FAMOUS
and supplemented this discussion A. Davis, and after a short Thursday evening at 7:30: o'clockat BILLROY'S COMEDIANS sSR "W' \r) tlon of tough
9 business session Mrs. M.: E. Ed- ne"tofoUN1't.D
the with Rev. G. H. Low-
with the following well planned manse all, gentle readers, but just a presenting a regular play and fif- ';: Center T"""
wards conducted a devotional serv- of the Y .
ry in charge, for a study LIVERMe
vaudeville acts. Ladies accompanied '
: teen /T1
program forher "Our few of the many beautiful girls I "wrwis'; Cordi treads durln j the
ice, using subject. history and organization of the adult
+ by one paid S
Victrola renditions : (a) "Moon- Hearts-A Bethlehem." The Hiroshima Christian Church. that comprise the chorus of Blll- 01 wlnterwhenroada
i light Sonata," Parts I and,11, ; (b) ticket, will be admitted absolutelyfree.
Girls' School was the pro- Three-This crass roy's Comedians, "The Greatest are slipperiest.
Group study The doors open at 7:15 a.m.
vocal interpretation of Part I; (c)
"Turkish March Opus 48." piano gram subject, which was and discussed Mrs. E. ,' will begin its program in January Show on. Earth for the Money," Overture at 7:45: p.m. by the Palais REGISTER MOTOR
Mrs. W. G. Halle CO.
7a solo, "Pathetlque Sonata Opus 13" by when the mission study book, "To- who play a one night only engage- Royale Orchestra and the curtain
Johns. Mrs. E. K
Perryman
M.
..-Mrs. H. V Knight. beautiful old day's Youth Tomorrow's World" ment In Starke next Thursday, December rises at 8:15: p.m. sharp. The big STARKE FLORIDA
Bang as a solo a by Stanley High will be reviewed. 14. This great musical tent, seating three thousand peo- ,
I Two short vocal selections, ) At close of
y f (a Christmas hymn. the
This group will meet each Mondayat comedy organization of all white ple, will be located on corner
"In Tomba"-Mrs. A. Z. hostess served
Questa the meeting the
4:00 o'clock at the manse under players carry sixty-five people Broadway and Madison Streets.
Adkins b 46"
; ( ) "Adelaide-Opus light refreshments.
the direction of Mrs. G. H.
SMITHFIELD! BRANDCORNED
-Mr. J. U. Powell.
Mrs. J. W. Andrews and Mrs. Lowry.
t'' ;y The members of the club decided W. E. Middleton were joint hostesses Presbyterian AuxiliaryTo TIIEUESSA COMMUNITY CLUB
During the social hour Miss REORGANIZES FOR YEAR BEEF 2 No.1 1 Cans
f,,, d at this meeting to sponsor a municipal to the circle led by Mrs. An- Mitchell assisted by her mother, Meet Tuesday P. M. 25c
c Christmas tree i The where the
on Saturday drews. living room
l Mrs. J. M. Mitchell served dainty The Ladles Auxiliary of the
: evening, December 23, at 7:30 guests were seated was bright with The women of Theressa met at
refreshments.
Presbyterian Church will meet
MAID
l o'clock. The tree will be erected i autumn flowers and foliage. The the school building Monday eve- QUAKER
Tuesday afternoon, December 12,
F on the Woman's Club grounds. An business session was presided over ning for the purpose of re-organ-
Robert Chapman Entertains'With at the home of Mrs. John
interesting program will ,be given by the circle leader, Mrs. Andrews, DinnerDanceLast 3:30 o'clock., Mrs. John H.Uglowat Kin- izing the club that had been work- PORK & BEANS 6 16-0unce Cans= 25cIONA
,1 at the time consisting of a musical and the worship service was con- Ing under Miss Pearl Jordan. The i
law will have of the
s,. reading, "When the Chimes Rang," ducted by Mra. A. Wood. Taking Friday evening Robert for the afternoon charge the sub-pro- purpose of the club Is to carryon
Y ,5, by Miss Lucile Mitchell, assisted by part on a specially arranged pro- Chapman entertained a few of his ject gram being the study of Persia. the work that Miss Jordan started. BRANDSTRING
a chorus; and community singing gram were Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs.T. friends with a dinner dance at his The women have a clubroom at
a" by the 'entire group. Complete J. Griffin Mrs. A. Wood Mrs.J. home at the State Farm. the school building and the plansare BEANS 2 No. 2 Cans 15c
Members of the Civilian Conser-
; plans'will be announced later.ii W. Andrews and Mrs. A. W. An- The beautifully appointed dining to equip this as a kitchen for ,
Mrs. E. K. ferryman: will have derson. The Christmas song, "O, table: where the guests enjoyed a vation Corps at a camp near Ste- canning and other purposes.The .
charge of the next program which Little Town of Bethlehem," was four course dinner was decorated henville> called, Texas the, publish"Blue a newspaper club will meet the first Fri- COLDSTREAM BRAND

1 will consist of the Life compositions sung as a chorus and after the with fern and red rosebuds. ." Eagle day afternoon of each month at
; of Franz Schubert. The close of the meeting the hostesses After the dinner the guests enjoyed News '. 2:30: o'clock. PINK SALMON Tall Can 12cOur

;,' meeting will be held at the home of served dainty refreshments. dancing. The spacious living Officers for the new year are: ,
'
It will soon be time to breed
where danced, dec-
room they was
Dr. and Mra. E. L. Biggs Friday President, Mrs. S. H. Dodd; vice-
lu evening, January 12, .at 7:30: Week Of Prayer orated with lovely yellow rosebudsand dairy cows. Be sure to make plansto president, Mrs. W. H. Smith; secretary -
use a good purebred bull. That
fern.
o'clock. .1r Observed By BaptistsThe Among those enjoying this delightful Is the economical way to Improvethe Mrs C. Sullivan; treasurer, Own Blend O. K.
--. Mrs. Mamie Kaufman; custodian, INDIA CEYLON
r Hunters report wild turkeys and December Week of Prayer affair with Mr. Chapmanwere herd. Miss Ida Hogan; librarian, Mrs. A.
deer are unusually plentiful this was observed by the women of the Miss Hope Haynes, Miss Kitty cent L. Sullivan. SOAPExcellent
in Baptist Woman's Missionary Society Hogsed Miss Lois Long, Miss Approximately twenty per TEA
forests coastof
year bordering the
of the farms in the United States Thirteen
women were presentand
Georgia.. at the church Monday, Tues- Lillian Sternberg, Miss Marjorie for hwnlb. .
day and Wednesday. On Monday Stump, Miss Lois Adkins. Miss change hands through Inheritance. promised their o-operatlon. %- pkg. l-Ib plcg
t ._ _',_._._.__u.u_._ afternoon Circles 1 and 3 had Lula Redgrave Miss Martha dry or houscnor<

charge of the program for the aft- Brownlee, Miss Dorothy Rltch, and t1TAitND
P Say it with Flower ernoon and on Tuesday afternoonthe S. R. Johns, Billy Parker, Sam Al- lSc 29c 5 Bars 9c

was In charge of Cir- varez, Sullivan Carter, Frow WHERE
I ..._._._. J ...... program Strickland Ed Torode ECONOMY flULES
f, cle No.2. Harry Tyson CANOVAPHARMACY
fi Flowers For AllOccasions The meetings closed on Wednes- John Inman, Fielding Chap- .
t ; day evening when the young peopleof man, and Jimmie Hansford of De- CLOTII BAGS Lbs. 10 Lin.

: the church put on a very Inter- Land.

pr -....." -,-.-. esting program at the church under ..'_'. SUGAR 25c 50c
the direction of Mrs. A. M.
GERTRUDE GODBEY I
Darby, society president, who Is Gary Ford PupilsTo
i ANDERSON devoting so much of her time in Entertain Club FRESH GROUND

''i Phone 39 Waldo, Fla, the young people's work.A Pupils of the Gary Ford Dancing MEAL or GRITS, 5 Lbs. lOc
n. special offering was made for School, Jacksonville, will entertain
the "Lottie Moon" fund. members of the Starke Woman's CRAZY CRYSTALS U. S. No. 1 IRISHPOTATOES
s .. Club at their regular meeting Wed-
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I nesday, December 13. Miss Ford $1.10 Elmo Cleansing Cream___________________79c 10 Lbs. 19c

has arranged a brief program 50c Hinds Honey and Almond Cream___________34c I
is I which will follow a musical pro- IONA 6 Lbs. 13 LbtJ. 24 Llw.
Car I' CASH Corner gram arranged by members of the 50c Jergens Lotion ___________,___________?__3.1c60c I 1

' club.: It will include vocal solos by Italian Balm ____________________________44c FLOUR 25c 45c 85c

t r P r n,, Mrs. Busby Granger and piano selection 50c Detoxol and Pebeco Tooth Paste___________34c
Mrs. H. V.
by Knight.
a, ,t.. SPECIALSFriday This month's program is in 25c Squibb Detoxol and Colgate Tooth Paste_____19c I

ry charge of the Civics Committeewith
Mrs. E. K. Perryman as chair- FREE-50c Tube Eldo Brushless BALLARD'S "OBELISK" 6-Lb.Bag 18-Lb. Bag 24-Lh.Bag

man. Hostess committee for the
and.. :Saturday, Dec. 8-9 afternoon will be Mrs. L. A. Davis, Shaving Cream with each pur- FLOUR 31c 59c $1.10FANCY
chairman; Mrs. C. F. Hoover, Mrs.
W. E. Middleton and Mrs.. L. S. chase of Eldo Shaving Lotion 59c

II 5 Lb's. HERSHEY'S SUGAR _____24c Hutto '
T $1.25 Fountain'Syringe ________________________79c SPINACH, No. 2 Can lOc

Ennis-Joyner Wedding 25c Thedford's Black Draught-________________15c(50c
? 1 n 24 Lbs. SNOWDRIFT FLOUR ..____85c Solemnized In Tampa T edf :rds Syrup of Black Draught-_______33c ENCORE BRAND

Starke friends will be InterestedIn 25c Red Cross Liver Regulator________________15c SPAGHETTI, 3 Tall Cans 25c

' 96 Lbs. SNOWDRIFT FLOUR -___$3.35 ner the to marriage William D.of Miss Ennis Vera, both Joy-of 50c Eldo Antacid Powder ____-_______,._______33c FINEST SHORTENING LbtI.
2 Lbs 4 Lbs. !8
1 t Tampa, which was solemnized $1.00 Eldo Creosoted Cough Expectorant__?,.----69c

24 Lbs. PILLSBURY BEST______$1.15 o'clock Thanksgiving at the Day First morning Methodist at 11 $1.00 Wampole's Cod Liver Oil-_________________69c COMPOUND 15c 29c 57c

$1.00 Wine of Cardui ___________69c
Church in Tampa. ---------------

96 Lbs. PILLS! !llRY BEST______$3.85 Mrs. Ennis was attended by her $1.00 Upjohn's Citrocarbonate --1--____________69c NUTLEY

sister, Mlsa Zelma Joyner, aa maidof 35c Vicks Salve ----------------___________23c OLEO, Lb. lOc
and Mr. Ennis had his
honor
50c Vicks Nose Drops _: .11:: :_"______ _33c
f.' Best Side BACON,Pound ------ ___7yzcy I brother> Theodore, as best man. --- -- N.B.C. DELICIOUS, FRESH

l ( .,r>*> ____ Following their honeymoon they 35c Vicks Voratone Antiseptic ------________--29c* FIG BARS 2 Lbs. 25c
will be at home to their friends at 40e Fletcher's Castoria .
_________28c
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Sliced Breakfast BACON Pound___._20c 708 Cleveland Street in Tampa,
where Mr. Ennis is In business. 50c Rubbing Alcohol (One Pint)______-______I8c MILD, MELLOW/PURE SANTOS

75c l\lineralOil (One Pint),--__________________39C

BUTTER, Pound __ ____ _______ ____25c baptist Circle MeetingsCircle $1.00 Milk of Magnesia (One Quart)____________44c 8 O'CLOCK COFFEE 19c

No. 1 of the Baptist Wom- $1.20 Caldwell's Syrup of Pepsin_______________jjgc .

.. Fresh Creamery CHEESE, Pound18c I an's Missionary Society will be entertained 50c 666 Liquid _______ 39c WHITE HOUSE;
I Monday afternoon at 3:00: --------------------- .

I o'clock at the home of Mrs. P. M. 25c Pitcher's,Ca torla --,..,?,.__'...,_-a----______19c EVAP. MILK, 3 Tall Cans 17c

2 Lbs. PURE GROUND COFFEE25c Barefoot, with Mrs. Barefoot and 25c Mavis Talcum Powder -------_--________ igc
Mrs. Lloyd Green as hostesses. QUAKER MAIDAPPLE
t I $1.00 Miles Nervine ____l79c
Circle No. 2 will meet at the ------- -------------

2 Lbs. COCO A, ____ .:____________20c i iI home of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee at 75c Llsterine _,.,---..>-------------__?________59c SAUCE, 2 No. 2 Cans 25c
I 3:00: with Mrs. Brownlee and Mrs. $1.00 Ovaltine
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Nat Williams as hostesses. CAMPBELL'S DeliciousTOMATO
J t 5 Lbs. NAVY BEANS ________-___25c Circle No. 3 will be entertainedby 25c Peroxide --------------------_________--lOc

Mrs. Florence E. Canova at her 60c Sal Hepatica__-.-_________________________ SOUP 4 Cans 25cFANCY
home on North Walnut Street at 85c Jad Salts __ .. .
-- ---------------..-_________79, ,
i1 Octagon SOAIf or POWDER, 5 for__ lOc the same hour.Enrollment .
Pf f 50c Luxor Face Powder with Perfume__________31c
70 to 80 to
in the Alaskan Agri- $1.00 Lysol __ __ a Pound
LUXTOILETSOAP,3for.- ---------------------- :--
,'; cultural College and School of $1.20 Fleets Phospho Soda ___ 98c PRUNES, 2 Lbs. 15c
I --------------
Mines has Increased in eleven years

LIFE BUOY, SOAP, 3 for ___ ______ __ .17c from six to 126 students. 50c Groves Chill Tonic ------------_____ l34c IVORY

30c Bromo Quinine Tablets _________23c SOAP
-------- 5 Guest 17c
Size Bars
j Palmolive SOAP or BEADS, Pkg.. _5c $1.50 Agarol -------__---_.-----___?______-98c

r BILIOUSNESSSoui 75c Squibb Mineral Oil -----------..-________59c IONA BRAND, Red Ripe, Full Pack
All lOc Tobaccos and Snuffs, 3 for _.25c I 75c Bayer Aspirin .._
______
r stomach |jp --, ---------------

as and Iicaaache iP Red Pepper, per Pound_____________--__29c TOMATOES, 3 No. 2 Cans 25c

., nOME OWNED AND HOME: OPERATEDCarl's fr Sage per PoundPinl'Syrup ________19c
fit i a Jo -------------

CONSTIPATION fl ; Corks per Hundred____________l c CHIPSO, 2 Small pkgs. lIe

i CASH CornerS. I Quart Syrup Corks per Hundred_.________29c

Argo Gloss Starch, 3 8-(."*.* "kp. lOc

R. ,JOHNS i WE RESERVE TIlE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

Phone 4S Delivery I GRANDMOTHER'S 14-Oz. 18-Oa. SW-
f
FLORIDAFree Fresh Plain Lo*
: or Sliced Loaf Loaf
; .
STARKE, .
"
I I TRADE MARK RIO. .FRIDAY and 'SATURDAY BREAD !4' : 7clOcl2c

Will Buy Chickens and'Egfis-White Eggs, dozen. 31cFERTILIZER i -

! ___________ COMPLETE.. LINE OF FEED AND CASH ONLY TilE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY;

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II. P Gainey, J. M. Mott and :air. and Mrs. One Wiggins and Mrs. L. F. Dinkins and little BETTER STICK AROUNDA Is It more Important that the ., 1

Resale Colaon. of Brooker were at- little daughter, Peggy Ann, spent daughter Jo Ann, and Miss Dolly 1- I farmer should speak classic English ,
tending to business here :Monday Thanksgiving Day in Eustla with Dinkins of Lawtey, spent Monday, Fort Myers grove owner ap or that be snail understand the f '
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Bits of morning. Mr. and Mrs. Van B. Crenshaw. here with Mrs. Dinkins' parents, for a Federal farm loan. Because principles of agriculture, and be )'. Il'f
Mr. and Mrs, O. A. Andreu.Mr. there was delay In grantingthe Killed In the tools and machineryof

Mr. and Mrs. Royce Gainey and :Miss Beth Wimberly of Highland loan the man worried and the farm?---Dr. Seaman A. 1
little daughter, and L. R. Gainey of has been the guest of her brother- and Mrs. Sheldon Taylor and finally killed himself. On the day Knapp.
in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. he aulclded approval of the loan _._.. ----- i
l cal ?4ei Brooker were visitors here Fridayafternoon. son, Charles, of Gainesville were
Nelson T. Green, for several daya.Mrs. Thanksgiving Day guests of :Mr. was in the malls and would have
reached him n few hours later had
NAT SEZ
and Mrs. C. Howell Nasworthy at : Li
T. T. and Mrs, D. P. he lived. We have always held
: Long Walnut Street.
their home on
Concerning Our People Buslnet and Mrs. E. B. Hart and Miss Made- that
should
\ a despondent person
the Thanksgiving
Carpenter spent!
lin Hazen of the Heilbronn school liver medicine before Folks, I want to call your attention -
the try taking
Progret of County and Town. holidays in Baconton Ga., with
faculty, were Visitors here Tue dayafternoon' their mother, Mrs. W. T. Jackson. Mrs. James Sheppard Hilliard strychnine or arsenic. By the time ,to the fact that xmas: is slip-
... has been enjoying a short visit the liver medicine became effectiveit ping right up on ;you, in fact there

e Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith and here with her son-in-law and Is likely troubles would look less are only 14 days s
O, L. Beasley attended the funeral Jacksonville last daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. overwhelming, and the idea of sui- left to do yourshopping
J. B. Prevatt of Hampton was a Guy Andrews, student at the sons of spent at their home on Call
of Senator L. Kramer, Sea- hers with Mrs: Stlth's Knight cide would be utterly abhorrent. In. Of '
| here Saturday. University of Florida, was a visitor Thursday
visitor here board conductor, In Tampa last parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown- Street. One never knows when his affairs course I know
Saturday. Wednesday.Miss lee may take a turn for the better. that It won't
:Mrs. C. B. Roberts of Graham --i* Judge and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and Nothing like sticking around and take 14 days for

|was a visitor here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lenthal Wyman of Margaret Williams, a stu Mrs.' Phil'Schuler and son, Phil, Miss Debris Kelly of Madison being here when that turn comes. any of us to buy

Lake City were visiting friends dent at a Jacksonville business col- Jr., of Durham N. C., were guests were thanksgiving guests of -Avon Park Times. our little gifts I (
W. H. Hart was a business visitor here Saturday. State's Attorney and Mrs. A. S. but the :sooner!
lege, spent the week-end at her Sunday of Mr. and :Mrs T. J. Griffin ---
j to Jacksonville Tuesday. home here. at their home on North Cherry Crews at their home on Walnut Charging that biB wife served you start the wR .; w'
Sanford and James Ritch of the Street. betteri The selection "
State Farm were visitors here Sat- Street. him nothing but bacon and eggs i I. much
R. Pearce Jones of
Mrs. Lawteywas Mrs. K. Bruce Norman and chil-
urday afternoon.Mrs. until he couldn't even look at them,
a visitor here Saturday.Mrs. dren of Jacksonville were week :Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hollings- Friends of Mrs. H. D. Hemingway let alone eat them, Clint O. Troutof bigger bow thanit
Mrs. An- worth and :Miss Elizabeth and who has been confined to her wilt be two
end guests of her mother, Hanford, Calif., sought a di
A. F. Sauls and Miss Fen- )
Marjorie Colley.; of Hampton nie Richard. James Hollingsworth spent Thanks- bed for the past several weeks witha weeks from now, so why not come
was a visitor here Friday. ella sonville Snyder Saturday.Mrs. were.visitors to Jack- giving Day in Gainesville with rel- fractured hip, will be glad to up and see me sometime.

Mrs. C. W. Beasley of Gainesville atives. know that she is convalescing
T. A. Brlnson of Hugh was a of her rapidly. vorce.RITZ DOLLSA
Frankie Hudson of Gainesville has been the guest parents
-
business visitor here Saturday.E. was visiting friends In Starke :Mr. and Mrs. J C. Manning, for Friends of Mrs. O. L. Beasleywill I THEATRESTARKE Big Assortment
several days. be Interested to know that she Friends of Miss Pearl Jordan lOc
afternoon. $3.95TOY'S
B..Wells of Lawtey was trans- Saturday Is improving at her home on North will be interested to know that she FLORIDA to

acting business here Saturday. Miss Hannah Swindell spent the Mrs. D. B. White\ of Fernandinahas Walnut Street from a several daya'' has recently accepted a position as

week-end In Lawtey with Mr. and been the guest of her mother, illness. an assistant to Miss Sarah Part Of All Kinds
.
Co] and Mrs. D. E. Knight were Mrs. L. F. Dlnkins. Mrs. Cella I. Manassa and familyfor ridge in Miss Partridge's offices In PROGRAMUKOINMNO
recent visitors to Jacksonville. several days, ,Mrs S. A. Barefoot has returnedto Tallahassee where she will assistin 5c to $1.00
her home In Sanderson after a, FliIIV DEC 8
Mr. and Mrs.. C. B and welfare work.
:Mrs. T. W Shuler of the State Hayes Mr. and :Mrs. Herbert Hodges severalIays' visit here with her: Wagons Doll Carrlages- t
children of Lake Butler visitors
were -
Farm was a visitor here Saturday.. and Mr. and Scooters Velocipedes
daughter-in-law -
here Saturday.Miss and baby of Jacksonville were son Mr. and Mrs. George K. Stansbury FRIDAY SATURDAY J
guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. P. M.: Barefoot. of D. C. week- MAE
Washington .were WEST
J. H. Denmark of St. Augustine, Orle A. TIES ;t tA
Flora Connolly of Green Wiggins.Mr. end guests of Mr. Stansbury's par-
was a business visitor here Friday. Mrs. R. H. Boree of Jacksonville,
Cove Springs was a visitor here ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Stansbury, Now Selection '11 '
.
a member of the Brooker school No"Angel"
and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyand 'j
afternoon. at their home Starke. "I'm
Wednesday near They
:Mrs. D. W. Swindell of Hamptonwas Mrs. G. H. Meadle spent Sun- faculty, was here Monday after- were en route to San Diego, Calif., SOc to $1.00SOX ,
a visitor here Tuesday morning with and visiting her parents, Mr. and;
day in Jacksonville Mr. noon rt
A. B. Shaw and A. A. Hazen of where Mr. Stansbury is connected 14
Gainesville were transacting business Mrs. A. L. Davis. Msr. G. H. Bennett. with the U. S. Navy headquartersthere. SUNDAY MONOAY 'rii1

in Starke Friday. Plain and Fancy ;1
Lawrence Wiggins of Brookerwas Miss Beatrice Miner of Lawteywas Marion Williams, who has been "Berkeley Square"
a business visitor here Mon: of attending an electrical school in 25cLADIES : ,'
a guest Thanksgiving Day I .
Mrs. W. J. Jr., of the
Epperson
Mr.' and Mrs. L. E. Miner and
Leslie
(day. Miss Dorothy Turner at her homeon San Francisco, Calif., is home on Howard Heather Angel
State Farm was visiting friends daughter, Miss Pauline, of New J
Cherry Street a visit with his parents, Mr. and HOSE I, ,
here afternoon.Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Andreu of Saturday Mrs. T. S. Williams. Smyrna spent Sunday in Starke
TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Chiffon or Service', )k (
New River were visitors here Sat- Mrs. Beulah Hunt and father with relatives. They were accompanied .
'
urday and Mrs. R. F. Demores Ovid Haynes, of Hampton spent Mrs. William*Norrls and Mrs. home by Mrs. Miner's mother "My Weakness" ,69c and 79c'1:1:X11;
spent the week-end In Apopka with
Thanksgiving in Starke with Mr. Cecil G. Price were, in Tampa last ; Mrs. Laura I. Powell, who will
Mrs. G. B. Golson of Brooker was Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson. and Mrs. P, J. Pearce. Wednesday attending the funeralof enjoy a several weeks' visit with Lillian Harvey Lew Ayers LADIES DRESSES :

visiting friends here Saturday aft- Senator Livingston Kramer them. ;
Miss Inez Frink and Miss Doris *0.05 Value ;i
ernoon. Mrs. Vonda Inman has been Seaboard conductor. THURSD\Y FRIDAY
3
Proctor of Ocala were week-end :
guests of Miss Myra Frink. spending several days In Leesburg Rev: and Mrs. George H. Lowry Cecil' B. De MUle'. $4.95IT
Leland A. Wilkins of Miami where she has recently organized a Miss Annie Mae Pearce spent and daughter, Margaret< pent "
spent the week-end with friends in Woodmen Circle Grove. Thanksgiving Day in Jasper the Thanksgiving Day In Lake City "This Day and Age"Charles PAYS TO BUV AT
Mrs. D. W. Kelly and daughter,
Starke. guest of Miss Sue Harrison. These with Mr. and Mrs. Lenthal Wyman. 1'
Miss Lorle, of New River were visi- lllrkford Judith Allen '
Prof. and Mrs. Leon Gray 'and young ladies spent the remainderof They were accompanied back to ;
tors here afternoon.Miss STERNBERG'SStarke
Street Dendy of Alachua spent Tuesday children and Mrs. Hal Hoffman the week in Tallahassee attendIng Starke by little Miss Ruth Wyman a r
Thanksgiving Day with friends in spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Homecoming at Florida State who was a week-end guest at the Also| Selected Short( S..bJ'tlI t
Rosalind Jacobs the
Starke. Thanksgiving holidays in spent Tampa Apalachlcola with relatives. College for Women. Lowry home. Florida lj j jra

G. L. Patton spent several days with Miss Florence Arglntar, - --- .- .
-- --" --
ast week in Eustis the guest of ,
datives. Mrs. J. E. Maines of Lake Butler PURE CREAM PURE' CANEBEST WISCONSIN WHOLE GRAIN O. K..
has been a recent guest of Mrs. D

J.V.. Pinholster of the State E. Knight at the Starke Hotel.
BUTTER SUGAR CHEESE RICE PowderPound
Soap
'arm was a visitor bere Saturday or
fternoon. Mrs. T. S. Williams spent the .

Thanksgiving holidays in Baltimore __ ___ _24c 5 Lbs.-r __ _24c Pound -- -- ___15c 5 Lbs. ---.-____ 19c 5"For" .. _.9c a
M. L. Johns and R. V. Turner of Md., the guest of relatives. 9

few River were business visitors

ere Monday. childern Mr. and of Mrs.the L.State E. Mosley Farm were and SNOWDRIFT j4 RA 1'. fi Bes1 *White BACON


:ENT A % visitors here Saturday afternoon.'Col. FLOUR i13 T Pound -- ....._.8c

WORD Land.were and guests Mrs. J.during E. Futch the of week-De- Op t.rocery

end of Mr*and Mrs. H. L. Brown-
6 Lbs 25c
COLUMN lee. ___-__ Compound LARD

HOGS FOR SALE-Or will trade ___ STARKE FLORIDA
12 Lbs 45c .0 ,
__
Mrs. J. P. Sullivan, Mrs. D. Ches- __ 3 L'bs.
--- 23c'
half corn and half cash. G. R. ._ _ _._ _

Smith FURNITURE, Bostwick Repaired, Fla. and 10-20-tf reupholstered ser day.Hampton and were Miss visitors Mary Barley here Mon-of 24 Lbs.. ____ _.... _85c Friday and Saturday, December 8 and 9 45 Lb." Can. $3.25 Y&& '


., like new. Have your
Work done before Christmas. Reasonable Mr. and Mrs. J. Hamilton Ritch -

prices. R. W. Card. It* were tending in Alachua the Williams-McCoy last Thursday wedding at-- Best Irish POTATOES, 10 Lbs. 19c CcNorthfieldMILK,3TaIlCans.: .1 17c

SATSUMA Orange trees, rose .
bushes and other nursery stock


tarke rom Aubrey Glen Fla. Frink Saint, 605 Mary 12-814tl12-29 Madison Nursery.See | | St.., here visitor A. paid B.to Ware Starke a visit of Monday to Branford the Telegraph and was while a Yellow ONIONS, 3 Lbs. ,. -. lOc II :S TOILET PAPER. 3 Larg Rolls lie j


FOR SALE Cabbage plants, office. J IfW1I'(


Colon Eutch Wakefleld, sets 15c per,later.Succession 100,A.$1 J.per and Grlffls.1000.Flat struction Superintendent T. S. Thomas of Public of Lake In- NEW SYRUP. Gallon Can 50c :.:,:..,,.=.....C! Salt MACKEREL, 2 Large For 15c ,

Starke, Florida. ll-24tf Butler was a business visitor her

Tuesday. ft Pound 26c GRITS or MEAL 10'Lbs '
19c
\ NEW-\ SYRUP, Bulk, Gallon. 40c Pure Ground COFFEE . I II ;


OH BOY I 2 Lbs. 25c PORK and

HERE THEY I PIM i NEW SYRUP Bottle Qt. 20c BEANS, 6 C an. 25c x ,

-COM THE FLESH I HARMER :
ONt DAY "1HE 5HOWCM EARTHS MONET" AND BLOOD 2 Cans 25cAH
; IBallard's
(HOT CAN WED) NAVY
"
& BEANS 6 LbsNORTHERNBEANS.5Lbs."'
ONI&:: wr 4 2Sc
+ Hours COFFEE ; e ,
Pancake FLOUR lOc
's ; P 19c

: 2Sc
A- ; :

TOMATO SOUP or JUICE, Can 5c ,-, : {


NI OUR BEAUTIFUL; '- \ -- I BAKER'S COCONUT Pkg. 5c

(WATERPROOF C. & S. ROYAL GELATIN jelmonfe) ,, as

BLUE GOLD -- 'CHASB.

TENT WATREOtfNT PAINLESS pa/ct:5 COFFEEPound Assorted Flavors ouatitreaARe POST BRAN FLAKES,.Pk{ 9c eJ

FORGET THE DATE! pROsFTNLrLY 26c Pkg. .5c
I' FFE u.no

nurEsr Aso LAR6ES1 BEST 3rEPP/NO COSryyvE EMA4Ar/CALL PRETT/E,5 ADULTS roil te '4-'II_ DelMonte Asparagus; No. 2 Can 15car


R GN MEferiGtr W 'M f. CALO Pd' .
mrA rlllalfA Thal ieWL) dteiR rf' ,, i"

vII DOG OR CAT FOOD Pekoe TEA, / -lb. 15c, FRUIT I CAKE i


II ,, I }. 11 3 Cans -----r-'_ _._'_.25c MATERIALCitron I

I Peel ]Ib. _____-_.29c '
.
Ii
Lemon Peel Ib. ______29c
Large LETTUCE, 2 for_ ______ __ __ .15c Oran ePeel.lb.--29c, l.
= = e:: THIS DATE III! a
LADIES f -J QMt JE P UI. TICKCTJ ,, 3 NAMnorn rLvewSM Cherries Ib. --________39c ; I
"
SO MAcGiRLSQY ANTA'' BE ABLE TO COUNT 'EW SNUFF, 3 Boxes ___ __ -.-__. ________25c Pineapple Ib ____ -_-_39c /2'pt t". 14c Pt.,25c, j,, /

DOORS pow 7:15 QM.-OVERTURE WKH-CURTAOI RISES QISPM, .. linger, Ib. --__--._ __39c I ,
lalslns, pkgr.. __ _lOc
CIGARETTES, Package .. lie ;;
-- - :;
ST ONE NIGHT ONLYDECEMBER ALL i
AI :{E ." KINDS SPICES !J
Sturdy, Big; Rubber Tired ''I J."
14 BOYS AND GILRS--Ask Us About Our O-
THURSDAY .
COASTER WAGON MIXED CANDY :

Location, Corner Broadway and Madison Streets OUR WAGON DEAL With Roller Bearings Pound -_ __.__ lOc Pound .15C j


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..... PAGE SIX BRADFORD OOCNTT TDLEQUAJPII.: STA.Ut... FLORIDA ... FRIDAY DECEMBER 8> ,?,,
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ACCIDENTAL BARBECUE CO-OPERATION -
NEEDED
.... _.
LEESBURO-The fire which destroyed PALM BEACH- ."Florlda
Hints To HousewivesWeekly } needs
the best
thought
and
the Consumer's Ice and help of
her

t from-Home Detnoaatra- ,! LIVE STATE NEWS Storage plant at Frultland Park business before. men Co-operation today more In than tho Ind.\ever.
Ft and delic-
FARMERS SECTIONConducted Uon SpeeliUJnts, Tallahassee. provided an unexpected vidual lines' of busing is being
.
ious barbecue for many residents brought about through the NRA,

Demonstration Agents CITRUS THAT'S DIFFERENT I News of Florida In Short Paragraphs of Fruitland Park the past week. ,Co-operation between the dIfferent
by The storage plant of the building 'classifications must be brought
-
1 I happened to be unusually well fill about through the Chamber
{ A If Do you ever sigh for somethingto of
ed with hams, aide meat and other Commerce, said Alfred H
___ eat and to preserve that's dif- ... of this city, Wagg
articles of food, which were roast- president of the
1 ferent Well, have you ever tried State
q ed the fire. Another Chamber of Commerce
by peculiar in
Satsumas. tangerines and Mandarins STATE MAKES PAYROLL SNAKE SKIN COAT dlscu8l.
Choice feature of the fire is that a week Ing the forthcoming
? This is the season for sat- TALLAHASSEE: The state seventeen
ARCADIA-A new fashion may later tons of ice still mark the annual meeting of the state !
Plants Are sumaa, you know, and mandarins, made Its November payroll without have been Introduced for milady in body.
4 ruins. Roger Simms, of Leesburg -
and tangerines will soon be plentiful the necessity of transferring money
rattlesnake
$ Arcadia. A coat of
BAR BAD
of the is mak-
owner storage plant, ORANGES
"' By Law on the markets-at least, the from other funds to the general skins is owned and worn by Mrs. ing plans to rebuild the plant TALLAHASSEE- Because
By tangerines will. fund. The payment of approximately George Ena, who states that the have found them "IVe
which valued at
: was $40,000. absolutely
This of citrus fruit offers
type $250,000 left the general and unfit
and
-A number of wrap is comfortable light for ruman "
consumption
an unusual treat to the housewife appro,!.
fund about exhausted,
FARMING wild are revenue at the same time very attractivein
plants I mately 40.000 boxes of '
who wishes "something different"for however, the treasury announced. leather is said A SWIlIIOTEL arsenatea
9 REQUIRES under the state conser- appearance. The Florida oranges and
t OFFERS and Christmas decorat-, they are not only delicious eat- to be more durable than that made SARASOTA-Another example will be barred from tangerine
en out of the hand, as one commonly PLANT TUNG TREES of the Ingenuity of Florida builders shipment,
bear this In mind. Under from animal pelts. Commissioner of
I Agriculture
y The common sed In 1925, it is un thinks of serving them, but they OCALA-The Marco Tung Cor- Is illustrated by the handsome new than Mayo announced here Na-
'human activities for sale any of the blend with other fruits to make poration, organized under Florida JAX; BRIDGE LOANJACKSONVILLE Lido Beach Hotel on Lido Beach commissioner said The
suits are very collected in the wild flavorful beverage, cocktail, I&ladand law by a group of Chicago, Cleve- Inland, which will open for its win- and tangerines arsenated oranges -
cent editorial has the written consent dessert combinations. The land, Miami and Winter Park men, A second toll ter season in a few days. The ho- released from will not be
culturist. The 1 on whose land the sprightly flavor of their Juice and baa announced the purchase of bridge across the St. Johns Riverat tel, formerly located In the city of December marketing this y. rafter
y+ tured as a Entering another rind, however, may be used for an 1,100 acres of land four miles Jacksonville Is in prospect as Sarasota, was cut into seven sec state 1, the end of the

N' c when, as a or trespassing,' unusual flavoring for Cakes pies, southwest of here, on which it is the CWA has granted a loan of tlons, floated across Sarasota Bay' citrus this has inspection period, al.
'' i to-date farmer breads, biscuits, frostings and fill- proposed to set out 13,000: two- $2,310,000 to the Florida Ferry on barges, re-assembled on the though been done in years

must be just as listed In the conser- ings, just as orange and lemon peel year-old tung trees this season. Company, operators of a private beach, given a new name and pre- past.Farmers
yl used. In addition, they may ferry line. The proposed structure "
? city brother. are the four kinds of are pared for opening. The project plan their
1934
be presedved, crystallized or made FREE GIRL IN SLAYING would cross the river at the foot constituted of the to
4 The Southern in Florida-Dahoon, one largest farming make a living will find
into delightful jellies and MARIANNA-Coroner's inquest of Main Street and ferry company undertakenin themselves better
rial presents Yaupon. and Ameri- house-moving jobs ever off than those
yy y' clear, concise ; smilax; Carolina jas- "spreads." jury last week acquitted Alva officials said it would bring sub- this section. who plan to make money.
It here Florida housewives all know, of Hancock, 23, arrested Wednesdayfor urban South Jacksonville two
,I quoting redbud, sweet bay -- --
r'n "i'U "Almost magnolia, mountain course, that "Tangerine" Is a trade the slaying of her brotherinlaw miles closer to the business center. -

work and name for a variety of Madarln or- H. B. Collins, in a family --
,rjs own palms, orchids and
y ,I tivities of ange, a Chinese fruit supposed to quarrel at Alford. A crowded FIRST BIRD STORY Wake Up Your Liver Bile

,' 1(: + : mon idea that to Erdman West, my- have received its name because courtroom heard the jury's verdict. FORT MYERS-A Fort Myers
er ia a hard, the Florida Experi only the nobles or Mandarins were "I won't be here long," was the man and his bird dog were fooled,

h ; ..I humdrum these hollies all have rich enough to buy it or because It girl's comment when she was ar last week, in the most unusual -Without CalomelAnd
without any and evergreen leaves., was ranked among' the noblest rested. She contended she fired hunting story of the new season.

This false type grows in swamps fruits of that "Flowery Kingdom"In only after Collins had shot her sister While the pair were in quest of ---- -
1' riculture ponds. The leaves are our own country it has been and had fired at her father. quail near Slater the dog came to You'll Jump Out of Bed If tits bile I. mot flowing freely. roar
live a dull, nick-named "kid glove orange," be- a and the hunter walked food doesn't divest. It just decays In tie
do not have stickers or point in the Morning Rarin' to Go .
;' bowel. Ca bloats DP :jour stomach Yo.
ltd do, they cannot them. Myrtle-leaved cause of the ease with which the CITRUS PRICES over toward him to flush the birds. I..,. a thick, bad tate aad :your brut
the nature of in similar locations, fruit Is peeled and the segments TAMPA Average prices for Imagine his surprise when he If you feel sour and sunk and li foul skin often breaks out In bin.*.
cause Is within, narrow leaves. The are separated and eaten. tangerines showed an increase dur- heard the "br-r-r-r-r" of a rattle- the world looks punk, don't swal- Uhe. Your bead aches and you feel l down
"The fact that small and frequently As you also know, these fruits ing the past week over the pre- snake instead of the "whrrrrr"of low a lot of salts, mineral water, ; Md out. You whole intern U poisoned

', brilliant minds or yellow. The have a flavor that is different from vious week, according to a surveyof rising quail. Firing his shotgun oil, laxative candy or chewinggum i LITTLE It take] LIVER thoie PILLS Rood old get CARTEBI Uirwt.o

I j as Washington Is rather bushy and the common or round orange. sales and prices over the eastern from his hip the man blasted the and expect them to make you pound of bile! flowing freely' and make
t farmers by situations. Its berries When tree ripened they are sweet half of the country, issued Satur- reptile into sections. On examina- full suddenly of sunshine.sweet and buoyant and. :you feel "up and up." They contain wo*
derful. barmleu. gentle
veget.bl..t-
high and delicious, with an especially the Florida Citrus Ex tion he found the snake had
a very dark red when day by a quail traota..mul.g; when It cooes to
For they can't do it. They only maluu
farming. holly Is the holly pleasing, aromatic tangy quality, change. Grapefruit price averageswere In its mouth. The question remains move the bowels and a mere move- the bits flow freely..:
i' plied science. everyone knows for Us The Dancy tangerine is the highest unchanged and orange aver- did the dog err in pointingthe ment doesn't get at the cause. Tho But don't mk for llv.r pllli. Ask too
; sentially dull or leaves and its bright colored of the group, being a deep, ages during the same periods. snake, or was his point directedat reason for your down-and-out Cart.,'. Little Liver Pills Look for V.name .

It. No other rich, reddish orange, while the Satsuma Sales showed a decline, owing the bird in the rattler's mouth? feeling is your liver. It should ,on the Carter's red label.Little Liver Relent Pills a
;' a variety of l often called a briar, Is a Mandarin and the King or- probably to the Thanksgiving sea Fanciers of good bird dogs will pour out two pounds of liquid substitute. let at drug store. Yt
''. hardly any slender vine. The ange, (the latter ripening In February son, the survey said. claim the latter and stick to it bile into your bowels daily. coast O. M. Co. .....
,offers such Is another vine, and March) are much lighterin
less interesting i known for its golden coloring.-Isabella S. Thuraby. r '"

e "It i la the A little later In -- I
workshop, and "FEATURING FLORIDA FOODS"IS II
dog-wood will brighten I
dull and a hammock, and these CAMPAIGN SLOGAN I
x in the city that protected since they are I
1 tunities to the I ruthlessly mangled by I Florida food products, the peer
; his mind. decorative material. of any in the country, are to be

,; the Cull." can be recognized by featured in a campaign which will Blanks I

peashaped blos- be conducted throughout the state Legal :
rl : Farm appear before the beginning early in 1934 and con-
is rather*scarce. Sweet tinuing for several months, accord- I
Filled laurel occur only Ing to an announcement today by

Florida, while the royal !i the Florida State Marketing Bu-
$ h7 Pride protected plant of the i I reau. The campaign is to be un-
4 portion of the state. I Idertaken throughout the state to

and orchids can be!I Increase, the consumption of Flor- We Carry the Following in Stock:
and only by expe- ida food products at home, In conformity

1 farm families in and If they with the proclamation Is-

'r,' point to their many rare kinds Governor ,
'
Though money be exterminated. Deeds
f;a families are T"r Florida produces a wide range of Warranty

.' eat, for their Budgets Aid food products, some of which are .
i with vegetables seldom found on the tables or Included -
Bills of Sale
r l corn, peas, Families To Be in the menus of Florida I
beans, okra, people, says S. W. Hiatt, fruit and .
mixtures, and At Low Cost vegetable marketing specialist of ,
1 ned and the Florida State Marketing Bu Short Form Chattel Mortgages

A meat canning -Less than $73 per reau. Even fresh Florida fruits, .
vegetables, meats, fish, and
{ under way in food other than that honey
d :Miss Ethel the farm is all that It Is other products are not being usedto Mortgage DeedsTurpentine
-, stration agent. in Gadsden the extent that Is Justified by i .
their dietetic and economic values
19,000 cans ,
the can- '
are following .
,
"These he declares.All LeasesAgreements ,1.
worked out in co-oper- ..
at-home 1 Miss Elise Laffitte, agricultural agencies, civic ,. :.', .
life-savers to organizations, chambers of com- r I

: the trying women, members agent. of the Sufaq 9J-O npiAiput{ tie enonuzt : : for Deed : i
+ 2Ils Atkinson clubs, have merce, and other interested organ- -" '
pass by, possibly asked to participate in this cam- '. "
: i
the budget In their ::*
& few lessons paign to the end that all Interestsof "
year,and their recent *"" f:
the state be benefltted Land Contracts &
r taught us. a total of 33,133 may ;., ;)l I
get away from says Mr. Hlatt. The State MarketIng .,'. .
ti canned products In their I
i
program of Bureau, at the request of the '
home." of these pan- Governor, will undertake to coordinate Plain NotesRetain :
visited in a recent pan- '
''ii and they were a real in- the efforts of all agencies, I
Skill Is the Housewives' who made and supply information to the Interested .s"'" ,

and practice. :;! convinced that plan- group r 't Title Notes '
t Knapp "Featuring Florida Foods" Is to :
adequate
1 yet be the slogan of the campaign."In I:1
such planned budgets I behalf of the producers of
OVt.R foods would be
a pleas Florida food products and In the

easy task. that these' interest of the economic welfare of Also the Following Signs: :.. I II
budgets the state, we bespeak the cooperation i'.
l :o out at the beginning I
r of all organizations and Individuals ,
were simply lists of '
in this
out
b carrying campaign :
r and amounts of the can- ," :Mr. Hiatt in his 1 :Vr f' *
says appeal : For Rent : j
; Signs
needed for the for _
year to the people of Florida. "By ;;, ,
These .
were planned so increasing the home consumptionof
"
the waste of an over- home produced foods, the wel- ; \. ':
fresh products and to fare of both growers and all other ,Closing Signs '. ;
diets when
citizens of Florida will be en- ''' ,
fr and vegetables figured were the hanced," he concluded. ;''' : !
women on No "
s Trespassing
fresh products would not More Florida >farmers should ,.fn" Signs, ,, .- ;:: >

and the number of take advantage of their state fairs, : -" v' JVt ,' .
)"* would like to serve :
t which essentially should be for the :
during that time. farmers. "
'
t >
'And
budgets, thus, va- Office Supplies: ; :
different families, but '" ,, ,,
called for 60S quarts r1'i 'I' I "
r""
I :::1 I" I ''
products to supplement M r ,7" ; '
P + IJP TO TOUT garden and orchard and .' Carbon Paper "C\; *;',;

M* wonder nero 7 nee ve poultry eggs and ,' .* .,r;(3'u ,,
'

i ned e.ft87 Wateh bark at you fruit a about rule, 80 the as quarts follows 606 quarta:fruit 170 Typewriter Ribbons .- { \.:;:::) :


V'MB, K rvooa quarts of vegetables, 02 l
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,, ,I IJ. -Thy word is lamp unto my feet. and alight auto ay path.-Ptalm llftlOb.AM : '. ON ,

Irg Ire ;:T" lI1tnf l religious teaching, doctrine or ., HERE .* APPRECIATION OF THE ., t
(hPGl0Y1 I tlJ P,IU1i- '. JONES ,i;
creed.i If they are to have any claim HEREAFTER.The REV. \\ F. .
. inon the love,loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with ".
of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into : .
11 the teachings every fold and crevice ..
I. of the human heanil and of whom it'was mid in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN Editor Telegraph: 3 I .
well tit I
IS MAN." need .America is for to
gpAKE Will you permit me space 1
balanced, middle-of-the-road, con- to readers in general,
pastor of Bradford and Vnlon counties are Invited to asa this de secrated Christian convey your
leadership. and to the members of the Methodist
of church activities, and announce*
e sertment for new organization .
i
,IL I meats. Space rely given and no charge made-the only requirement Church In particular, my heartfelt x.rs-t.tfvv riw "tx! ,,, say ,'ryS. '.
,. brink that such Items reach thla office before Wednesday morning The hardest Job In the world is appreciation of their faithful 1M r'cc:%' ,

I .rhvrwlse they cannot: be bandied for current Issue. to stay in the middle of the road. and fearless pastor, whose fellow

.iI.s yo. -I This Is just as true in the realmof ship I have heartily enjoyed for

: religion as It is in any other the past three years.
4I@t ST.VKKE CHURCH DIRECTORY learning doth make thee mad. But J. i
realm. Someone has said that the to be ,
He has proved himself a
he I not mad most noble
II sid, am ,
I@@ road to heaven is walled in on one G. C. the
valiant soldier of the A. (
First Baptist Church Festus; but speak for the words of '
truth and soberness. For the king side by rationalism and on the Grand Army of the Cross) by hisfee.rless r'i- r
J. Johnson
pastor
Rev. other side by fanaticism. the
opposition to re-legali
e knoweth of these things before .
Sunday School-10:00: A. M. ration of the damnable traf- -. : I
liquor
r whom also I speak freely for I am
;
Morning Worship-11:00: A. M. and (
S God gave us our hearts our fic, to Sunday movies, and all
Y P. U.-6:30: P. M. persuaded that none of these thingsare both. If I I
B. heads. We should use we forms of worldliness, which are ,
,
I Evening Worship-7:30 P. M. hidden from him; for this thing overdevelop the head and under- : enemies to the Cross of Christ, and I.. ,

A cordial invitation extended to was done in a corner. King A grippa velop the heart, we become cold which dispute Christ's right to I,
services. bellevth thou the propbeta? ]I and cruel. If the ,
all these we overdevelop reign in the hearts of those for
I know that thou believest. Then heart and undervelop the head we whom He died.I j :
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I Methodist Church Agrlppa said unto Paul, Almost become emotional and fanatical. {
thou persuadest me to be a Chris esteem, and appreciate Brother ..FSrA8SN.P
1i 1 W F. Jones, pastor. tian. And Paul said, I would to Jones for his brotherly kindness, 7.J0.l2/

Sunday School, 10 a.m. God, that not only thou, but also When Jesus was here he was personal purity, high ideals, moral J.JKA':

Morning worship at 11:00: a.m. all that hear me this day, were condemned by both the Ptarasees uprighteousness and manifest abil- CGNrt e.. ; \
Young Peoples Meeting::30 both almost, and altogether suchas and the Sadducees. The Phara- ity as a Methodist minister. And I t :
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sees were the orthodox people and 4sYEN/C6/ /C2/DA GQ6AT
,I P.M. I am except these bonds. And regret the possibility of him being "
i Evening Worship-7:30: P. M. when he had thus spoken, the king the Sadducees were the rationalists. appointed to another field. \
Hair splitting orthodoxy and
I roseup, and the governor, and Ber. W. E. DAUGHERTY, ,.
cold blooded rationalism united in '
Presbyterian Church nice, and they sat with them: And persecuting Jesus. Christian Minister, i'i'L

Rev. George H. Lowry, minister. when they were gone aside, they P\\ S.-Brother Jones is entirely ignorant ..
)k.
Services Sunday, December 3: talked between themselves saying, A number of the students who of me writing this concern- > l AT PANAMATy
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10:00: A. M.-Sunday School. This man doeth nothing worthy of attend the Bob Jones College are ing him. W. E. D. ,, i'y r /S ONG OF rfl6 FAW
death or bonds. Then said Agrippa
11:00: A. M. 7 ED
-Morning Worship
; preparing for the ministry. I am .
unto Festus, This man might have ovrrrswoivGNOusizv s
sermon by the pastor. always trying to get the idea over ,
been set at liberty, if he had not __L1/i: i: /N TN/S COzJNr Y
6:30: P. M.-Christian Endeavor. to them that if they will keep their ,
7:30: P. M.-Evenlng worship: appealed unto Caesar. hearts warm while they are developing i SUNDAY DINNERSUGGESTIONS #4 ,Y///Gf/ OPERATED A7 '

song and sermon.A Please also read the printed lesson Intellectually, they will be WORLD PkOF/T OUQ/NG TX6, .
for today (Chapter 24:10-23: ]) successful ministers. FAMOUS +
cordial Invitation to all our 06 2F.S57CiSr
giving Paul's defense before Felix C BONG
services extended to all.
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Any Roman citizen could appealhis Paul was a scholar. He had a Bv ANN rAGE SPer .

case for trial before the em- trained mind but he had a heart so The day following Thanksgiving 1'A11577 ..I' B + P PI

SUNDAY SCHOOL peror at Rome. In next lesson warm and fervent that he said he mean a let down of effort to the houae-
Paul is taken to Rome as a prisoner would be willing to be accursed for wife. Simple faro after feasting U I F

LESSON the salvation of his brethren. Jesus Friday'beat for ash digestion Is %welcome and for Chang pureaa.and lew people realize what 'an enormoua888et teresla gave 420,000 tons of freight business '

thought clearly always. The world th. variety 1 I. great considering that irn the course of a year. {II!
CHRISTIAN CHURCH the Southern Kraft Corporation of i
wondered how He knew letters fishing weather baa been bad. Oysters J.
A tribute has been paid to the
FOR DECEMBER 10, 1933 never having learned. But the are especially. attractive Just now. Panama City is to the State of Florida great : .
Our hearts are often made sad heart of Jesus'was so tender.that Many people Ilk. to have cold sliced marvelous curative properties of Florida's t K
turkey for their Sunday dinner. Sine Representing an investment of over !j
when we have seen the young peo- He matchless climate by the decision of Dr.
He took babies In His arms. !il ,
it U wis. to buy a large turkey, aa
Paul In
Subject: Caesarea. ple (and some old ones too) leave $5,000,000 this great plant has operated known '
wept with broken-hearted womenat It carries more meat In proportion to Fred II. Albee internationally : ','"
Golden Text: "Herein do I ex- after the Sunday School, without brother. His bon than a smaller one, there should .,
of their
the grave 24 hours a day, 7 days per week ever bone specialist to establish a medical cea'f f
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ercise myself to have always a for the b. plenty left. Some peopl., however, :
remaining divinely com- tender that It broke
heart "
was so
since it opened except for re- ter at Venice about 70 miles below Tam
conscience void of offence toward manded worship. Thus refusing to prefer turkey sandwich* or a aaladof necessary (
God, and toward man." Acts 24::16. keep the feast of the communionat on the cross. diced turkey, celery, chopped olives. pairs. It contributes over $1,500,000 to pa. The new Florida institution opens .

Lesson Text: Acts, Chapters 21- the Lord's table. A PRAYER night and salad supper.dressing for tb. Sunday labor annually and consumes yearly almost thy month under Dr. Albee's personal direction. 1 J

26. Printed lesson Acts 241023.: ) We once attended a church There 1 I. no change In the frulta and 300,000 cords of wood 72,000 tons In its ideal location this medical ta'

Time and Place: 58-60 A. D.; where from 400 to 600 attended the In these days of national and vegetables available though prices of coal and 12.000 tons of lime. To one center is destined to become world famous +,

Jerusalem.and Caesarea. Bible School and sometimes only world readjustment every reserveof and peas qualities are somewhat may vary cheaper slightly.after Green a .ailroad: alone tiv* mill I and d*>***J*"'tI ii"TEACHER'S \...:., toe. its cures by Florida sunshine. .1 1 +
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This lesson Includes Chapters 21, hope, courage long per'od of high price.
worship, and to meet with Jesusat to enable each of us to swim The Quaker Maid suggests the following -
quired
22, 23, 24, 25/ and 26 of Acts. We 1'ET"Chuckling did ot have. I was accorded every honest teacher will admit that she
His table. Many ministers have the strong tides of life's after-TbanknglvIng menus I r
can make only an outline concern- against opportunity to have title to that likes some children< better than she
Ing Paul as shown in these chap- prayed in agony of soul over this demands. We cannot afford to Low Cost Dinner a little at the memoryof obnoxious name', 'teacher's pet'" does others, but It she la fair-

ters. On leaving Ephesus and problem. And where such problem cringe or retreat as we, Individu- Chicken Fricassee Mashed Potatom it alia and then letting his face The old man was urging' the minded as well as honest, she will I

starting on his last Journey to Je- exists the Sunday School Is fast be- ally and collectively, wage war on Green Bens go grave, and elderly man told a teachers' to whom he was talkingto never give her pupils reason to ,. 1 i o
,coming a menace to the church. selfishness and the' Bread and Butter J' )
human greed- of school teachers about the of their ,
name one playmates."teacher's ,
rusalem Paul said to the elders of group examine their treatment of the
We Collage Pudding Chocolate Ba....
are happy to that no such have
evil Influences that
say two "
that church misery of his days when he pet Melboroe Times.
"Take heed thereforeto Tea or Coffee Milk young boys and girls they 'liked best.
yourselves, and to all the flock, menace exists at the Christian brought this great nation of ours was "Teacher's pet. He said he "You can't help but like some chil- .
Church. The Bible School students to its prayerful knees. With new Medium Cost Dinner "A tree saved Is tree grown'*
lad witha
over the which the Holy Ghost was a bright and obliging dren better than do others," he a
hat hmade you overseers, to feed almost unamlnmously remain for determination, let us join the old Cold Turkey, Hot Dressing and Gravy way about him that teachers said, "and because you of that People after Christmas decorative Ii ; lxhl
the commanded worship for Scotch clergyman who, In a day of Mashed Potatoes Brussels Sprout you material should remember this ( "r
the church of God, which he hath liked. He said he never had seen must In
use greater care
praise service (the singing), the great need, asked: "Please, Lord, Cranberry Sauce dealing -
purchased with His own blood. ForI Roll and ButterMince any sense in boyish pranks that with the youngsters do not likeso I'
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you
sermon and the weekly celebrationof keep me alive as long as I live.- : The making marmalade was
know this, that after my depart- Pie annoyed his elders, and had been well.."
the communion. Birmingham (Mich.) Eccentric. I Coffee Milk started In China. Sour oranges!
ing shall grievous wolves enter in the only child In a houseful of
"Choosing Whom to Serve" will It Is excellent advice. Every were first used. I;
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among you, not sparing the Very Special Dinner grown-ups until he had learned to
be the subject of the sermon at North Carolina has 108 accredited ____H_____
flocks. From Ephesus Paul went deal with older nnoole.
11:00 a.m. next Sunday; and "Lov high schools for negroes. Consomme
by ship to Tyre "And finding des-
Celery OlivesCold But his life was made mis-
ing Your Own Soul," at 7:30: p.m. There are 696 schools in the same very
clples, we tarried there seven days: Turkey, Hot Dressing and Gravy erable, he said, by having other FUNERAL DIRECTORS ,
Come for classification for
praying a blessing.W. white children. Candled Sweet PotatoesButtered
who saith to Paul through the children call him "Teacher's pet. Our Yearn Makes It
E. DAUGHERTY, Broccoli Cranberry Sauce Many Experience Possible for U* to Render
Spirit, that" he should not go up to Minister. Thieves stole the car of W. C. Tomato Salad Salad Dressing They believed he bad special fa- EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE th ,

Jerusalem. Paul's company then Warren of Sudan Texas, and used Mince Pie Cheese vora: and they believed correctly MODERATE PRICES '
sailed to Caesarea "and as we tarried C .J1'e. UIlk- "
there there Motion pictures are used in Eng- his courtesy card in It to run up a "My: teachers, he said, "certainlywere DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY : '
many days, came land to test automobile driver's $49.50 gasoline bill. lenient with me. They gave 8TAICKE, FLORIDA tse.
down from Judea a certain prophet '
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named Agabus. And when he was Charlie Kyaer, 30-year-old Sayj it'tI

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said Thus saith the Holy Ghost, So public relief during October. thirty.
shall the Jews at Jerusalem bind .
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the man that owneth this girdle,
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4' ;, Bradford County TelegraphEstablished What ABLE a TO pleasure-SMILE: once AGAIN more to From Other PensA II''! i i) (; i6IN : tvPJ1


1877 ask! a storekeeper how business Is

and have him reply "good" or even
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with slightly less enthusiasm
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I "pretty good." TASK THE EDITOR SHRINKS:
FROM:
; >Matter' at the Post Office at Starke, Florida From the looks of Call Street

y ----- last Saturday night It might have ,
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K. 1... l\Iatthewsu__ _u_____ __________Editor and Owner been the middle of a strawberry an pld lady. It seems so futile tryIng I
{ .. ---.-- ----- ., season-and a good season at that. to set down .In writing the UUi
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Ir n Although, as was to be expected born, she
', things she did. She ,was
c SUBSCRIPTION KATE during the first weeK of organization grew up, joined ft." church, was 1.

Months 75c in Advance the workers were late In get. married became mother, and
+ Yearly, $1.50; Six -Payable a
ting paid off, when they did get
k passed on to her reward. The
Advertising Rates on Application their hurried aroundto t it /
money they I dates of her birth marriage, and 1 j
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death are mentioned for they are ;
9 : Seal your letters with Christmas Seals. which they had been forced to the high points of her existence. I

deny themselves for months. The story of her life i ia pitifully
o
1 ; More than $9,500 was 'paid ,out short r

Some folks are up and} ,doing other people. here Saturday and Monday in government The life story of her husband
checks Call them baloney -
oWe ,would record the facts of his exist- .
l dollars if please, but whatIs \ .;
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and also of his business life. _
j r like everything fresh j but our children. more important, they are needed ence ,
Perhaps, too, it would tell of political -
dollars and our business men will
.)0 .0 triumphs and of what be had : I

1 !, Well, it feels good even if it is synthetic prosperity whys accept or them wherefores.without asking: any done for the town the county, the .

state and the nation. The strangerwho 2azl'Se
o There are some of us who are might read it would under- of the it/7'enzfioxsystem. -' .,1

(((1'i Add similes: As fragile as a New Year's resolution. Inclined to ask too many questions. stand that the town had lost a Hotel..h'ew Yorker uses 15Yiioi i
Where Is the money coming from?
citizen.
valuable
4k o How Is it ever to be paid back? coal per day ZK summer tkan it a
Those little black and white tags will make a lot of Well perhaps no one knows that We cannot tell, in writing the ctoes IK :v Htcr. cciamiUon
obituary of a woman of all the triumphs
; folks blue. exactly-not even those who are so
I; and disasters of her life.
1 freely handing It out. But It is
o ours to accept or refuse, and: very They would sound too petty. Whenas t yany culicSeetof
Merchants unanimous in reporting good business a bride she and her husband set
are a
IY I ;r rew people are In a position to re %ydrngenoNoswIswere was
home she assumed responsl-
i Saturday night. ,, fuse any dollars now, baloney or bilities up a that she had never known u rhzm used z'ft rile hallooH.

o otherwise Before. She learned to spend long I., Jor tkff ffuxrmrfyrn9 wen three LfUssian

i Why .is it that we think, praise for us is deserved but By the time the Civil Is Works completedin Administration hours doing toilsome work that s process in ahciekdypr Scientists recently.+.e

program was never finished. Day after day -.-- Me stratosphere!
criticism _
?
never the middle of Bradford -
February
rd the same things had to be done and e altitude record.
County's strawberry will
o crop I she became expert at doing them.
All the modern youth can hope to leave in the sands of be rolling to market, and with improved But these things she did do not deserve -
business conditions( all over
mention in the final story of
time is tire tracks.
ti \ the country, should be bringing a
s her life. They were not outstand-
5q
l good price. '' '
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Cranes are successfulusedinpface
j-- A Sebring chicken laid an egg, without a yolk. Just Truly, it seems as it this Christmas Ing.She risked her life each time a of dogs /

another NRA chiseler. will find us all happy and child was born and, perhaps, once /f, fir herdino In
contented Venezuela sheep
"I j and
f t we might even begin or twice ventured so far into the ;
-0- the new year with smiles on our
r ; valley of the shadow that she almost -
Lisbon Falls Enterprise says that fools rush in where faces Instead of the quizzical: expression slipped away, and It was only ,

wise men refuse to wed. I so plainly asking "Will" by fighting with every iota of her
we make it through the winter?
strength that she was able to pull

o u through, not always! because she
A Safety Harbor man was fined $500 for spanking his A 1>EIU'LKX1NG PROBLEM ,wanted to live but because she was KS

wife. Wonder if it was worth the money? needed. There walt a family for
The Bradford County Board of her to care for. But we can't give
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County Commissioners is struggling -'credit for that.: Mothers have been
Scientists maintain that what you eat you become. Another with a problem which la likely doing that since the dawn of time.

l'' good argument for)laying off spinach. the most difficult it has bad to i She brought her: children into .
solve since the county bond issues I the world, and she. washed them --
o were floated. I and dressed them and loved them

Now that the football season is over we'll have plenty of Under an existing statute, the and kissed away their tears. She
time to devote to prosperity when it returns State Treasurer is county treasurer --bandaged> their injured fingers and local be a liberal advertisement these In your penny you invest in advertisingspace Wolf" to "rm in the Money," Just
Inviting new
I- newspaper will handsome dividendsIn
pay
ex-officio in handling the Interest oes. She nursed them through a word to you folks who are back
o customers to establishment.
your increased business for
i sickness and she sfoothed their you. on the payroll agaln.-You should
and sinking funds for the
Pr Encourage them to at home.
The dogs must be getting pretty hungry by now what buy While the CWA will remember
various counties in the retirementof paths through life, and all the Point out that the for program your newspaper. Manyof
with waiting so long for the younger generation to go to them. road and bridge Improvementbonds. I while she Was encouraging her gasoline and tires money in driving spent to stimulate business and speed pros- you haven't paid your subscription -
perity throughout the United for a or more. Your
o husband and helping him to become another town offsets timers year pub
I successful. many States, Florida is more fortunate Usher has been carryln' you be-
The 1033: session of the Legislature the small difference. in of
Someone has discovered that the 1934 tags don't fit on She made his homo! cheerful and price than any other state for we are cause he knew you couldn't pay.
enacted Into law what is com- I merchandise and that the
w\\ new model cars, and they don't fit the pocketbook very well, monly known as the Kanner Bill. restful. She listened to the stories spent elsewhere retards the money prog- entering the most promising win- Now you can show your appreciation
of his troubles and encouraged him ter season for many a year. Fruit by walkin' in and surprisin'him
either. Under the provisions of this act I ress and prosperity of their own
the State Treasurer, as county to try again when disaster overtooK community.Your and vegetables are moving. TourIsts with a dollar or two. Do your
0'I I him. And when success would are beginning to arrive and part to pass prosperity around.
i One exchange reminds that it is treasurer ex-officio, may, If so directed and to local newspaper will meet each day sees more and more
' us not a case of "out of I by suitable resolution of the come his head would begin than I
you more half in the
sight, out of mind," when you have a boil on the back of board of commissioners of ,any rise among the! clouds she would movement to reach these way folks who money in circulation.: Rf
gently pull him back to earth and This is the opportunity you have I
'F these funds for the
county use
neck. are making the and tell
your money
continue the process of making a been waiting for. Don't let It slip
purchase of any road and Improvement them that
I
the things need in
they
.
by. Stock store with good
aNapoleon's man of him. your
i bonds in the market at
open most cases be found In
love letters to Josephine recently sold for the lowest possible price. This maybe 'I' But she gets no credit for any of store. may a local merchandise, give your customers XMASHINTS .
these things. It Is what she was good service, make a fuss over
done of that
the fact
20000. If Napoleon living he would regardless .
were likely pay $30,000. at the same time there may be defaulted put on earth to do. Remember your local newspaper 'em, go out of your way to please
i to get them back. bonds which will still be At last she comes to the end of has carried on under the most trying 'em. Remember how you missed

o left In default. The saving effectedby the toilsome Journey and she Is laid difficulties, loyal to you ando 'em when they didn't come. If you
to rest. Her funeral is attendedby : your town. Now you need Its want to be sure of getting your
t The first pint of Plant City strawberries has been sold would buying In some bonds Instances in open amount market many who did not know her but Influence to reach these cash customers share of this increased business,

4 for $5. Too bad that price couldn't keep up during the re- I to sixty per cent. who came out of respect to her : and keep their money at step out now and advertise liber-

main of the season. I husband or her children who are home. Your local newspaper is en- ally and regularly In your local
.. Many people are asking what their friends. The minister reads titled to share In the general pros paper. FOR HER

'I o would likely be the result In this from' a slip of paper the uninteresting perity that will result from the distribution And now that we have switched

' gyp Scientists tell us that skunks have no way of expressing county if the commissioners attempt facts of her birth, marriage of CWA funds. Every our theme song from the "Big Bad Ladles Pure Silk,
to take of the
advantage I
joy. There are few animals that so potently express displeasure Kanner Bill.Bradford and death and names the membersof Full Fashioned 95c
Gotham Gold
her family who survive her, but
however. now has $18,009( road HOSE _
Stripe
he does not tell all the,things she
a and bridge bonds In default. The did partly because they are taken I
maturities will be Clover Farm Ladles Brown-
1 Store
January soon
"Drive Slow-School Zone" may or may not be good upon us and additional bonds and for granted. You, .can't put all hilt bed room $1.00
that into
an obituary. People
grammar but most of know what it and
us means should coupons amounting to approxi- ,
might laugh at you' for writing it. SUPPERSLadles __
-4 observe it anyway, mately $30.000 bring the total -By Verlin Sweeney, Editor, FRIDAY and
SATURDAYSALT
i
amount in default and payableJanuary
0 Lenox (Iowa) Tims-Table.! pur I silk
49
1 to
approximately dance sets; col- a
$1
Bradford County's Red Cross Roll Call was more successful $75,000.(
ors, tea rose and
'
4 this year than last. Let's hope that another time we The county might at that time Late 2 Pkgs. __ --------_________5c I pink ___ _____
F ; really go over the top. ',"t. have with the State Treasurer ap-

.; i iq o proximately $30,000 leaving a default foo CHIPSO, 2 Pkgs. _____________ ____ __ 15c Ladle pure silk $4 AQ
of about $30,000. But If our SLIPS sizes .
The Brooksville Sun figures that the reason men's socks funds were used in this manner we o Qlassifa j ; 3lilt
GRITS or MEAL, 10 Lbs.__ __ __ ,19C to 44 ________
full would be all bondholdersalike
a are so of holes these ,days is because women have gotten treating RUSStU. KAY .
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so they don't give a darn. with what and doing we have.the Up best until possible this Secretary, Florid Pre. A.o"; RICE, 10 Lbs. ______________ __ __.37c FOR HIMMen's

o time I since we have kept faith with

; Statistics show that female churchgoers outnumber male our bondholders, they have not molested dollars Well, like maybe Al Smith they're says"boloney", but you MATCHES, 2 Pkgs. --____..:______15c pure white

i ones overwhelmingly. Of course it would be unkind to us. still 'em and with, mil 49c49c
re- hand If can spend Initialed handker-
On the other the LARD
county
3 Lbs.
mark that lions going back to work at good --_______ _____ _j23c
women purchase new hats oftener) than men. should leave this 75,000 in default chiefs, box %-doz
and available ( to wages every city, town and hamletis
use our $30.000
i O purchase bonds which are not ma. feeling the effect I ROYAL JELLO, Pkg. ,-- -_______ 5c Men's Allen i\
Hints to lonesome ladies: All bachelors] employed by the ture because them at And this time the money Is goIng -
we can get 35
.. city of Frankfurt-on-the-Main, Germany, have been ordered material discount then the hold Into the hands of spenders, not CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE, Lb. 27c Hose; fancies and C
hoarders. Under the CWA plain colors _..__
to get married at once, and,.1600 men come under these orders. ers of defaulted bonds have a program I J

i grievance which is recognized by seventy percent. of every NATIONAL OATS, Pkg. _____. _u 5c Men's individually -
0 the courts and they have a rightto dollar must go to labor with but
j A Jacksonville court records show chil- the Board of thirty per cent for material. With boxed: Neckties,
paperMYSthat
County JELLY
compel 16Oz.
Jar
<
lOc
__
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the ninety day time limit, all this __ ______._ new Xmas patterns -
Commlasiners to additional
dren there behaved better during November than in October. levy an
stall! and foolin around la elimi __ _______
millage to take care of the entire
They'll likely have a perfect; record in December-at least default In a single year. Such a nated. Tall MILK, Can _____________ _. 6c Men's Shirts, Of!

,, up until the time that Santa] 1Us comes around. measure in this county would mean Thousands who have been unem- fast colors with '

0 a almost paralysis of the taxpaying 'ployed for months, living from Great Northern BEANS Lbs.__ __25c tie to match 1 $1 1
machinery because the levy wouldbe hand to mouth on the pittance doled -
to box ____.
Well-meaning people often make the worst bungle of the of the out through Emergency Relief, BACON Best Side Lb.
> beyond ability peopleto __________ 8c -
things. For instance, remember the famous story about thekindhearted pay. It is feared by county officials are now back at work on full time

man who hadn't the heart to cut off his dog's that in such an instance the to with$1.00 wages ranging hour. from 40 cents BEEF ROASTVLb. _____________ _lOc
whole taxing structure of the an
1,t !); tail all at once, so he cut it off half an inch each day? county would collapse. Think of the tremendous buying ROUND STEAK Lb. The J & R Store

o The Board of County Commissioners power this represents. These folks --.-----.____ I5c I

The Orlando Sentinel Is of the that what this ia at present strugglingwith need practically everything food, Office
opinion CHEESE Lb. Next Door to Post
this problem. At Its meetingon clothing fU1'1l.lture.and, supplies. .... ___ ----.. _____ 15C :
'r country needs is a clause in the recovery code enforcing Monday: of this week the board The money they receive from weekto -

;, everybody to eat an orange every day What we can't understand postponed definite action on the week will promptly find its way ONIONS. 3 Lbs. "u --- ___. ____ lOc I -
?i' measure and a committee was appointed Into the hands of merchants and
is why folks should have to be forced to eat oranges.
s a to delve into the detailsof business houses who are preparedto POTATOES, 10 Lbs. _ 19C WHY NOT HAVE THE
o the Kanner Bill more thoroughly meet the demand with good

Boiled grapefruit is the newest recipe being publicizedby with the State Treasurer. merchandise and service. O. K. SOAP and POWDER 5 for lOc BEST?

South Florida newspapers. It seems that the fruit is pre- Members of the Board of Commissioners Thousands and thousands of dollars I All modem equipmentWe
are willing and an.'Ilousto will pour into every community new
;, pared as if for the table, seeds and core out and.well sugared. hear opinions from citizens of during the next few months. Sandwich Spread or Mayonnaise, Jar, 19c I are prepared to sene.

Three or four little pieces of butter are placed on top and the the county In regard to action un- But merchants should rememberthat Our .service I* liner, out

'whole is sprinkled with nutmeg. The grapefruit 13 then placed der this legislation, but only aftera those who receive this money price: l Is lower;
careful and diligent study of the are not obligated to spend it any
sr in the broiling oven under medium heat for about ten minutes issue baa been made.: The cooperation particular place. Clover Farm Store' 1 DO'REE & GIDDENS

; until it is cooked through and ,the top is slightly brown. But of they citizen taxpayers is The amount of money spent In 11'rERAL' DIREcrOR'.rrke

:;Ir what we want to know is whether it still squirts in your eye solicited In order that a correct and. your store or your town will depend I ,STARKE FLORIDA P..... --. AJACKSONVILLE.... FtA.e

r I after it is boiled. advantagesoua solution may be arrived largely on bow :you meet the I
at. situation Your tint move should Stark*. FU, BrMCh irh rPAGE

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