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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 7, 1934
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oar d 'Instructs Young Meet DemocratsTo Tuesday Comfort Factory' Director Of &; G. A. Unskilled, a b 0 r Two Show Freak{Wet Carrots InfluenceBy Local MembersOn

And Adopt CharterA Wanta tetters
Soon Going ScrewyThe


Elector' ToG 0 cratic meeting Club of of-the Bradford Young Countywill Demo Under Way Here:; Santa of the Claus CGA, (universal Christmas it, director Gift- Gets Wages Cut repeal Is Influence already-reflected of prohibition In the Debt Board -



ter Tax Dodger Tuesday be held night at at the'7:30: court o'clock house:, H. Is First In StateGarment Telegraph Administration office), this'phoned week,the and In This District strange two carrots corkscrew brought appearance Into the Telegraph of- Are Announced 3' 1

stated that it
C.. Wall, temporary chairman, said waa about\ time office yesterday by J. H.
today., for Bradford County children to Fields.

lame!* Of Those-Falling To Pay The charter tor tms county's organization Making-Cenms, As U'omen take his their annual pens avalanche in hand and of fan begin Minimum Scale:-Reduced From I The carrots had grown together, Business Men-and Growers flees

Licenses Will Be GivenTo was recently received Learn To Manufacture mall. Thirty Cnnta To Twenty the smaller one entwining Itself Will Help ReadjustFarm .
from state headquarters, and it around the larger one and pullingIt
.
Attorney Bedding all An'Hour Itw Mortgage
Santa It's Out
about
will be adopted at this meeting. An w says right "-* out.,of"nhapo until they both
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that time HMBM
of effort will also be made to have a The first FERA comfort you used Dad's razorto seemed to merge Into a single The appointment of five
A taif' ,on delinquent payers factory operate on M'-Tia's favorite Wage for'. unskilled labor In prom r
lersoi axes and license taxes speaker present from the state or- In the state was opened here last anary bird; just go ahead and FERA District'' 3, Including Brad- spiral. inent residents of Bradford County
4
'. and ganization. week in the American ford Mr, Fields plans to send a to serve as a local committee of '
II 1 ,ade,,between now Legion hall writ.,him anyway He promises County, will be reduced from
of the carrots in to Ripley' -
uat) 1, "gKto" dDStruOoll18llued '. and underthe.,diI'eoUonof' Mrs. "to do his best ,to let bygones thirty cents an hour to twenty drawing How the Farm Debt Adjustment Commission -
by the Board of Coun Frank Hoover. be cents, an hour, it was announced "Believe It Or Not" of Florida, was announced f e

r Commissioners to Tax Collec- New Farm CensusC Regular sewing room activities letters In bYl'onelf.J-ddresll care of tie Telegraph.your Wednesday by R. E. McDonald, re- ever they may be seen office."in the In Tallahassee today by Governor 'i i
flesh" at the Telegraph
have been David Sholti.
C. A. Knight. suspended here and the glonal administrator.The .
r
The[ board at its Monday meet- women are now engaged entirely announcement followed a Members of the Bradford Coun

asked the collector to make aiial 1 led In the making of comforts. conference with representativesfrom ty committee are: H. L. Brownlee.

effort to collect all 1931, a Important Special frames and tables for Accident VictimIs i the twelve counties In the Larkins Sentence Starke N. Sterna>erg Starke, E. l

12 and 1933 delinquent personals this work were built and an instructor t district These are: Marlon Ala- L. Biggs. Starke, Geo. A? Gardner

and current license taxes bye was sent here last week chua, Bradford, Union Columbia, Starke and J. M. Brownlee Starke.

first of the year. Department Urges Growers To to initiate the sewing room workers Gllchrlst Dixie: Levy Sumter Deferred By Judge This group serving voluntarily

The names of all persons, firms Have Information Ready. Into the intricacies of the trade. Buried HereWellington. Citrus, Hernando and Pasco: will carry on In this county the efforts -

d corporations, falling to pay, When Agent Calls Mrs. Hoover says that more A uniform skilled labor scale of the state commission! toward q%

.',1 be turned over to the county than thirty comforts have been will be adopted later Mr. McDonald voluntary settlement of farm
-- Three Convicts Will He Tried
made here since debts in order to prevent foreclosures
production began said. }
for collection, according Among the Important dovern-
homey D. c. Woman Held Next Week' For First
last week.' and thus save the homes of ?K
Instructions. The new scale, effective throughout
commissioners mental activities undertaken I'
the pri-
j In Death o( J. O.Lute's Degree Murder
When financially over-burneded farmers.The t.
To Buy Material marily for the benefit of the farmer a sufficient number have Son the,district, will give unllkUl- ,
is been completed they will be distributed ed labor: on work relief projects committee will attempt to effect -
board the Census of Agriculture '
the ,
At this meeting* ap- Sentence was deferred on M. B.
a compromise only In causes
ami ng the relief clientsin $160 a day minimum compared I
which will be taken
Jan-
roriated 915000 for the pure beginning The body of Wesley'Luke Larkin, state prison guard, who where there Is '
2, 1935. this county, it la said. 23, with$2.40 for an eight-hour day, a possibility of a
of additional building meals uary The outer coverings of the com- t.m of J. O. Luke, of Starke, was under the thirty-cent minimum.A pleaded guilty in circuit court in farmer paying his debts in full and
on the court. house addle The accuracy of the Information Lake Butler this week, to chargesof J'I
forts are of attractive goods similar brought here, for bjirlal Sunday revision of the wae8cale was In no instance will cancellation of
when work is resumed on this procured will be directly reflectedIn aiding Harry Sit.more, international r
to garment material. Each following an accident (In Washington ordered by administration head- debts be advocated.The .
JIA project. the statistical work carried on comfort is stuffed with cotton and D. C., in which itte young man quarters at Jacksonville. The new ( jewel thief In a plot to escape committee will formally organise d
I name of Joe Pitts, deceased, In the farmers behalf. Intelligent from tbe prison at Raiford.
The ,
when completed weighs five was run over and killed .on Tuesday scales will become effective with In the next few days, naming
u stricken from the pauper roll. business methods must be appliedIn pounds. of last,w ek. '' the next Larkins was arrested at the prison a chairman and secretary and'selecting

L Raysor and L. D. Favors were the successful operation of Mrs. Hoover states that up untilthe The driver of the .automobile payrolls.1 + lastweek, when officers discovered a headquarters. In the a;

owed 91650 for his burial excuses. farms in this day and age and time that the production of Miss Jeannette Messenger, 27 typ- that he was Involved In a plotto meantime, the members have been '
Board
these methods will fall unless far- comforts began, BOO garmentswere est employed at the/*Washingtonoffices CountySehool effect Sitamore's escape. The asked to attend a meeting to beheld +1
[ are Minda Hodges was placed mers and farm organizations have made by the women workers. of the Reconstruction Finance Holds'Regular MdetAt guard was charged with smugglingkeys at the Union County CourtHouse

i the pauper roll at $2.00 per accurate knowledge of actual conditions Three other comfort factories Corporation, was held. for ,and other articles to Slta In Lake Butler on December ,

nth. In various sections of the will be opened In the near futureat grand jury action. the Monday meeting of the morewho is serving forty years 12 at 3:00: p.. m. o'clock, at
All appropriation of 9425. was country. For example, it Is useless other points in the state. Young Luke, who left Starke Bradford County School Board the for jewel thefts In Miami Beach which W. Kerr Scott, field representative

e for the burial expenses of I to increase the production of eight years ago to; join the Ma- following routine of business was Murder Trials of the Federal Farm

_ore McLatn.I any crop if the figures Show there rines, has been employed by a transacted: Jimmy Jones and Chester Smith Credit administration, will explain

I commissioners L. L. Conner, H. la overproduction of that crop. /. H. Poppell Dies, Washington taxicab company for M. McKinney was given a raise convict at the state prison p
Saxon and :Mallory Thomasre Every farmer In Bradford. Coun- Was Early Settler the past two years. At the time of 95.00 per month as road patrolman be tried Tuesday In Luke Butler I! debV adjustment groups In Florida.

allowed 94.00 each for com- ty should write Immediately( to the -- of the accident he and five of his for school. Same to be effec for f.rst: degree murder In connection I Members of the Columbia, Ba-a

.nittee work of the board. Bureau of the Census, Wast ngton, James Henley Poppell, a pioneer fellow drivers bad just shoved to tive for December. with the fatal stabbing of ,! ker. Union, and Gllchrlst, County

[ The applications of Mrs J. E. D. C., for one at the sample schedules citizen of Bradford County died to the curb a taxi that was stalledIn Following supplements made to Omar Wilson of Palatka, sixty-, committees also will attend this "

penlng and Mrs. C. J. Wilson so that they will have an opportunity at his home early Sunday morning, the middle of the street. minutes. year-old life-termer, in his prison :, conference. It will be open to all 1

ere approved for 92.00 each per to study"* the questionsand after an Illness of two weeks. Three of Luke's companions testified J. M.. Reddish to be paid 945.00 cell.White 'II residents of this section Interest

nth> for widow's pensions.The be prepared to give full and Mr. Poppell was born in Darlen, at a coroner's Inquest that for July and August then $120.00for confessed he killed Wilson ed In the subject of farm, debts

notary. public bond. of. .O... J. accurate information when the Ga., in.1850, and had reached the they had,, to jump:;for their lives slx.jnonths and arrange last State's Attorney A. ,8. Crews : 'In naming the commission and
limps was approved- enumerator"calls at their home"in advanced age of eighty-four. ,He when they saw Mf s :Messlnger's two months.-; said, with a hand-fashioned dagger all county committees, Governor 9t

January/ moved to New River fifty-eight automobile almost on them, and J. E, Adklns to be paid 95000 made of a file and a piece of copper Sholts maintained as far as possible
..;. that Luke not aware of the for pipe, In an attempt to get the ;
y years ago and at that place reared was per month at Hampton two a balance between agricultural:
Ifags' Now On S SalelAt Killed his family and for fifty-eight danger until it was too late to months and $90.00 per month for aged convict's money. The slayIng and business Interests, as a safeguard 6
/ L. Matthews ; I
years was a member of the New save himself. eight months. occurred on October 36. of the rights of debtors and

Was Well-Known Here River Baptist Church, being a Woman Tells Story i R. R., Crosby .to be paid 979.00 Charlie Hill, negro convict, will creditors alike. ;

charter member. He was married Miss Messlnger declared that her for one month, 98500 for one be tried Wednesday for first degree Among the cases to come before

t KnightOfficeTnreks s J. L. (Fate) Matthews prominent to Miss Nancy Bacon of Pembroke car was near the center of the I month, then $90.00 for six months murder In the slaying of the farm debt adjustment committees

farmer and merchant of I. Ga., sixty-one years ago. street and that the young man R. M. Crosby to'be paid 94000 Charlie Jones, another prisoner, of the state are those t,

Bland was shot and killed Satur- In 1915 Mr. Poppell and family stepped from behind the stalled per month for four months, beginning several weeks ago. The slaying Is wherein farmers have been granted -

| That Were Weighed< Last day night( and Charlie Douglas, moved to Starke, where he was cab, which she said was double with November $"0.00 per said to have been the result of a refinancing loans 'by the Columbia
of Alachua Coun- i parked at the time of the accidents remainder of term dispute growing out of a crap
Year Do Not Have to also a resident known to be a quiet, unassuming month for land bank but settlement' has
Be Rewelghed ty, has confessed to the crime, according man of strict Integrity. Two years I Her testimony was corroborated E. A. Sapp to bo paid 955.00 per game. been refused by mortgage holders ;

to a statement by Sheriff ago the wife of his youth preceded -I by her escort with whom month for one month, and remainder or creditors. There are now 6OO '

Automobile tags went on sale J. P. Ramsey to the Associated him to the better land and since she was returning home .from a of term at $00.00 per month. Miriam Hopkins Show such commitments totaling nearly w

here Saturday and Governor Sholtz Press. that time he has been lonely without dance. Bills were audited and ordered 92.000,000.: on file at Columbiafor
born at Fort The cab drivers, however were when funds available. Coming To Theatre
has again warned purchasers that Mr Matthews was her companionship.He paid are Florida farmers
there would be no extension 'of Call when It was still a part of Is survived by six children, positive that the stalled car had Employment of teachers for ensuing However the committees will .

time In which to purchase this Bradford County, and Is well two daughters: Mrs. J. J. Colson, been pushed all the way to the year was discussed and the Miriam Hopkins' newest starring give equal connideratlon to cases
He is the half uncleof WarrenE. curb and that Luke'l' was nowhere selection deferred until future vehicle' "Richest Girl la the
try necessary ornament for the known here. of Lake Butler, and Mrs. of the street when In which no previous efforts to refinance .. tit
family gasoline buggy. E. a. Matthews, of Starke. Perkins of Starke; four sons: near the center date. World" comes to the Rita on have been made, and appli-
It Is stated that Mr.,Matthews J. C. Poppell of Plant City, E. R. thrown to the pavement, receivinga The superintendent was instructed Sunady for a two-day run. It is cation for a committee's services

be The law requires not that later 1935 than tags had recently foreclosed a mortgage Poppell of Hastings, J. W. Pop- blow*that resulted In a fractured., to investigate the matter o( delinquent said to give this popular southern may be filed by either a debtor or I
automobiles
on homestead J. skull. railroad taxes and report of her best roles to
on the Douglas pell of El Paso Texas, and T. actress one
creditor
I January 15, but be placed on Funeral Held Sunday a ,
may through the firm of Knight and Poppell of Lakeland. at next meeting date, which will mean a lot to In attempting conciliation of
acci-
cart Immediately.Last Knight, of Starke. Sheriff Ramsey The funeral was held at New Funeral .services for the A. J. GRIFFIS, Sec'y. movie-goers who. remember her' In farm debts, a committee's 4,
of af- pro-
year, delay In production said the man became bitter as morning, December. dent victim were held Sunday "The Story of Temple Drake." r
at River Monday the ceedure will be to seek to arrange) (
new the State Prison 3:00 o'clock at
tags by at :
had made ternoon LEE ASKS SHERIFFSTO Is supported by
the case progressed and 3, the ministers In charge being Ar- Miss Hopkins voluntary settlement. If this falls, ti;
Raiford caused extension by Cemetery.
an several. threats on Mr. Matthews'life L. G. Hemingway, Rev. G. Kingsley Lake ENFORCE: LAWS Joel McCrea and Fay Wray. 4t
Governor Sholta of, the time in Rev. under the direction refinancing will be attempted, possibly
were
well as on the firm of and Rev. F, B. Johns. rangements "Here Comes the Navy, a i
as W. S. Ware Com Comptroller J. M. Lee has requested through a federal lending
which to place them on automobiles of the DeWItt C. Jones
the and drama of Uncle Sam'sJacktars
lawyers who were handling The pallbearers were sons that all sheriffs In wet smashing agency. As a last resort, if conciliation -
grandsons of the deceased. At the pany. his counties cooperate fully with his afloat, ashore and In the Is Impossible, a farmer ,
survived
Tax Collector C. A. Knight says case.Douglas of Young Luke is by air to the Rita for Tuesday -
has served a portion consoling hymns were of comes the
funeral, and Mrs.J. office In the enforcement liquor may avert foreclosure through
Mr '
that but few tags have been sold sheriff Mrs. E. mother and father and Wednesday of next week.
the
a life term for murder, sung by Mrs. A. B. Wall license laws. Frazler-Lemke amendment to the
Ivory
during the first week. Sheriff W. J. ., O Luke; two brothers, Is said to
said, and was pardoned largely K. Perryman and Mrs. L. G. Powell of Staiko. and The comptroller stated that This picture carry I national bankruptcy act.
Epperson bought the first plain through the efforts of Mr. Mat Quantities of beautiful flowers anJ Diamond Luke, of dealers who sell liquor must pay some of the most' breathtakingthrills .
Carter
1&g and A.-J..Griff,, superintendent thews. sent by relatives and friends one sister, Mrs. J. B. their state and county licenses the ever filmed. It contains ,. '
of schools, bought the first in wincn Jacksonville probably the largest. cast ever assembled :
Douglas re-enacted th.shoot attested to the esteem body was accompanied same as other store operators or Starke Will I r 'See
mane
"D" tag. The young for a single picture, for In
lug for Sheriff Ramsey, it was the deceased was held. here from Washington dealers of. whom licenses are re
out- addition to the regular cast of actors
Mr. Knlgh. stated that owners stated, and told how he shot Attending the funeral from Dorothy Jones, quired.,,
who last and Mrs. J. C.Poppell by his fiancee, Mrs. 3,000 U, S. sailors take un
had their trucks weighed Matthews Mr.
window at Mr. were
the of-town
T. Caithion asked Gov
through A. Lee has
sister, Mrs Comptroller
and her In the
film.
year will not have to have them while be was at. the supper ,- Joseph and Ruth Poppell Cecil -i i i L ernor'Sholta) to Instruct all sherIffs active Wheeler part and Woolsey' come to Big Parade Today
weighed again this year 'unless of'Plant City; Mr. and Mrs.
with his family In
of the state to cooperate
table the Rita next Thursday and Friday
Jennie
there has been in weight. and daughter,
a change Reale
services for the victimof I Workers enforcement. -
Funeral. Relief revenue Kernels their latest
If Mr. and In "Kentucky ,
there has been no change they of White Springs;
the shooting were held Monday i Lou, e Forestry Department and ceo
hilarious
of comedy
have only to make out an affidavitto morning from the Methodist Mrs. T..J.'Poppell and children til tllLES: BECK ENLISTS 4n Camp Observe Fire

that effect, he said.. Church in Bland. He was burled Lakeland; Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Pop- IN MARINE COUPS MISSION! HALL Prevention Week a
Prices on all tags are the same in pell. Miss Ava Lou and James Vote For Escrow -
| a* last year, the tax collector said. In the old Fort. Call Cemetery Poppell of Hastings; Mr. and Mrs. Charles F, Beck of Lawtey, wasamonI' Those attending regularly the A mammoth parade In observance lf
+
County.
Union for
daughter, Mary the young men accepted
Scbell Carver and Mission Hall services are living on Fire' Prevention
Mr Matthews was a large landowner Clifford, of in the U. S. Marine Corps' of Forest
service
andblessing
G. F. of t7
Tests and Mrs. Saturday mountain peaks Inspiration
by the U. S. Louise, '
department and cattleman. He was a Poll Lat Shows Majority the month of November at Week will pass through here this
during after
It these day, as one
agriculture hare indicated that Jacksonville. Favor afternoon has been announcedby ws
traps more civic leader in his. community and I Of Client the district office Post Office I another the mesengers of God OKs
painted green attract Alachua System the Florida Forest Service at
will bd missed throughout Building Savannah Ga. and break the bread of life. '
bisect> come
than when painted any B. KiteDamaged Lake aM
of City.
County. Home Mr. Beck was transferred to the I wonderful treat was
Another
other
color. By Fire I Relief workers here voted last Marine Barracks. Pensacola Fla., enjoyed Tuesday 'evening when The parade will be staged by the .7

OfficeTo ,- .,Saturday to keep the escrow system -\for duty. He had previously served Rev. Ed. Lubln pastor of the Third District of the forest'' service -

Reemployment The home of Mr. and Mrs. B. In effect In this county, 8. L. four years with the Marines and Woodstock Baptist Church Jacksonville In cooperation with the Nation.
For A Day the local administration, |, dis Forests of Florida with headquarters 4
Open Kite on S., Bay Street was partly Peek of ,was awarded an excellent brought the message on al "
destroyed by fire about 9:00 announced this week. charge. He Is the son of Robert "The Wonderful Christ and His at Lake City. They will k

:f' Lamar- C. Levier,District Manager o'clock Wednesday morning.The Mr. Peek said that ballot. were [L. Beck of Lawtey. Imminent Return." Wrapt attention be assisted by the two Federal 11

Buy National Reemployment Ser- roof and uppper story of the handed to the workers when they 1 I ? ., Is given and time Is forgottenas CCC Camps located In State forests

vice of Gainesville, will be in house was almost a complete loss, came to sign the payroll and that MORE CABBAGE PLANTSC. people listen to the revealed at White Spring! and Orustee

Buy Starke. Tuesday December 11 and the downstairs portion was those In favor of keeping the escrow L. Dickinson rehabilitation Word and then recognize that It is and the Naval Stores Experimental

Buy during,th. hours of 9:30: to 12:00: badly damaged by water. The rear system won out by a majorIty supervisor In this county states literally being. fulfilled dally Rev. Station at Olustee. wilt "at,
motorcade
Noon.. He can be located at the of the house, which U of single i of ninety-one votes. that he still has some cabbage Roy Evans, of Melrose, was an but The parade and Is a
Stark.
old Reemployment Office on Call story construction and has a metal The escrow plan has recently plants on hand and that relief of town visitor at this meeting. consume two days and
least damaged. been almn"!!'l .several counties have already gotten Mr. Geo. F. Tlbbltts !. to be the on the first days route. It will ; t
Street., roof, was 'clients who this
o'clock
Most of the household furtdnh- In fav;r of the stagger system some more by speaker next week at the regular leave Lake City at 2:00:
National Reemployment some may have y,
The will east through
stated and it ls decided to let workers Illustrate his message afternoon and go
It was will
the City and
saved. office In hour
district office legs were calling at bis ,
maintains a Macclenny,
Service for them Sanderson
Olustee
matter he
carried on settle the
was here with the splendid pictures '
'no insurance
this city that
la Gainesville to serve HalL around the Baldwin and south through Law
and county, and while Mr. Levier on the building. selves. crit -. has secured' In his trips to Starke. and north through, '
much
met with hear tey
roof
not only
of the The escrow will -
blaze on top BASKETSAn world, so you
to interview The PINE NEEDLE Butler. f
Is here be will be glad I after It was lint Installed Interesting Raiford and Lake
neighbors icism when also the {
have registeredwith was discovered by exhibit of baskets but see will be appropriate, floats
who Interesting
applicants that time the plan world today : There
well under way. Mrs here, but since happening In the ,
the service as well as those it was of the and tea trays made of pine needlesIs things with banners depleting the various
back a part
husband I y
information Kite was at home, but her of holding I rehabilitation forests from
who wish to register. Any and him only on display: at the to all ser ph.... of the
". regarding the service will was at work when the fire began. worker's pay giving for each. office In the City Hall. The objects The public Is welcome l'denuded scenes to the Ideal protected
needs and com- '
Weeks furnished by Mr. Levier It is believed that the Mace was what he actually I made by Mrs. John Uglow,, vices. The room is warm forest. '
: More be gladly has met with In {were :
t2 Igniting week's expenses ell meetings.
while here.
':; To- Shop' i employer and employee. ,and falling.oa the,dry roof, creasing favor :

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'i' HAMPTON BROOKER BOOTSEY'S BEACH BOA TDRA IN Ileilbronn Springs HIGHLAND tuna Thursday

,i' Minn Ada 1'1"0. Corrf.pnndTiit !Mime Vera Gainey, Correspondent ))1(... L. Gnnklno. Comnpomant Mrs. Ralph Oulnrjr, CorrespondentMr. Miss Thelma.Rhoden Cor. Ai.'L. Crews, Correspondent Miss Lillian Kelley of RIsing
!'l : will be observed section, spent the Weekend
1 Homecoming at the Hampton Day Baptist The FERA boys from Transient Mr. and Mrs.: Jeff Williams and and Mrs.: Zcnas; Grlffls attended Andrew Rhoden, of Lake Butler, MIsses Mary 'and Corrle Den- Miss Louise Sapp. wily
I Camps Nos. Three and Four locat- little daughter, of Gainesville and church at Pine Level Sunday Miss Ellen
,
kins of the of Johnson
Church next.: Sunday December... 9. : was visiting hia father, Mr W, C Lawtey were guests of Waldq
at 10:00 ed at the Tung Oil Farm are goingto Mrs. Alma Davis and baby of Wal ., Rhoden Sunday.Mrs. Misses Ona and Avie Norman Sun- spent the week-end with her
Beglnlng : a. m.
sic.
All ex-pastors of the church are present a show at the Brooker do were visiting Mr and Mrs.. W. Mrs. Maggie Green attended Lilly Johns and Mr. Law- day. ter Mrs. And! Norman,

j, invited, to bo present and participate School building Friday evening, R. Kersey Monday while enrouteto church at Pine Level Sunday. ton Rhoden, 'of Plant City spent I T. T. Blackburn, of Lawtey, attended Mr. and Mrs. '. D. Dobbs. T,.
t[i In the services. Dec. 8. Admission will be ten Jacksonville They were accompanied -, Mrs. Arch Prevatt and children Sunday night with their brother church here Sunday.Mrs. and children and Mr. Clyde DObbs
4 Rev. Lyle the pastor, assisted by cents. The community of Brooker from here by Mr. and were dinner guests of her mother, Mr. M. Rhoden and family. W. J. Hardee, Miss Maggie of Raiford, were the guests of ,
1 will get the funds that are received Mrs. Kersey All of them having :I.; A. Harnage
Rev W. B. Hlcka, of Waldo, Rev. Mrs. E. E. Lee Sunday.Mr. A. J? Yarborough and David Crews and Cecil Hardee visited and family Saturi
r Lewis Is High Springs, Rev. Mc- from this show Everybody la been called thereon the accountof and Mrs. Ralph Gainey were Thomas were visiting Misses Ger relatives'In Starke Saturday. day.Mr.
asked to come and enjoy the show the death of Mrs William's and GrlfTIs of and Mrs. R. M. i
Mr. Mrs. ,
Gauley of Brooker, Rev. Norris of dinner guest. of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene tie and Nellie Greene, of Brooker Roy Johnson and
;; Lacrosse, Rev, Rldenour, of Camp- Miss Thelma Mott, of Alachua, brother and Mrs.,Kersey's nephew, Griffis Sunday. Friday. Lawtey spent Sunday here with daughter, Madge, Mr. A, Young- '
,I ville, and Rev. Alex Jones of Jacksonville spent last weekend here as guestof Charlie Altman. Mra. Paul Prevail was visiting Miss Pearl Manning, of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Norman.P. blood and son, Vester, Miss Edna
all are supposed to be her cousin Miss Estelle Mott Mrs. Phillip Sullivan and baby Mr. and Mrs John Prevatt and was the guest of Mrs Cora Jones D. Denkins, of Lawtey, was a Williams and Mrs. Fred Johnson
present! and help carry out ,this Rev. O. E. McCauley held church Jean, of Jacksonville, spent several family Saturday. Sunday night. dinner guest of Mrs H. C. Wlm- of Waldo, were visiting Mr, and
program and make the day a joy cervices at the Baptist Church t days here last week 'with her Mrs. Arch Prevail and Mrs. E. R. P. Taylor and son, Champ, of i, berly and family Sunday. Mrs. J. N. Norman Friday
Sunday.Mr. mother, Mrs. Jean Gasklns and Mrs. Lacy Norman, Miss Cleo Mr W H. Carter was .
and an honor and glory to God. E. Lee were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville were visiting here the dinner
At 12:00: noon, dinner will be and Mrs. J. M. Mott and famlly' r. Sullivan spent Thanksgiving Joe Griffis of Kingsley Lake Sun- Thanksgiving Day. Norman and Lenard Norman were guest of Mr, and Mrs Jerry
,,' served! on the ground. Everybody la Mrs.,. Florence Varnadoe were here and was accompaniedhome day afternoon.Mrs. Lacy Parmenter la spending a shopping in Starke Saturday.Mrs. Norman Sunday. '
Invited. Roll call will take place transacting business In Gainesville by Mrs. Sullivan and baby. P B. Prevail was visiting while In Jacksonville.. .. Effle Carter was a visitorto Mr. and Mrs. And! Norman i
Friday.C. Fred Moore of Lawtey was a Maxvllle Sunday. spent the.week-end with
} at11Oa.m. Mr. and Mr. Richard Lee Satur- Lawrence Clemons and Seeber her par-
Mr and Mrs. G. W. Rhames, C. Melvln)3. F. Hazen F. M. business visitor here .last. Thurs day afternoon. Forsyth left last Thursday for Miami Grandma Manning 'returned to ents. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson,
and daughter, Miss Frankle, are Sanderson W. C. Pardee, H. P. day. We are sorry to report that lit where they will reside for a her home at Lawtey Saturday af- of Waldo.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rosier and
visiting, Mra.\ Rhames' parents, Mr. Gainey and daughter. Vera, and tie Harold Coleman Is on the sick while. ter spending two weeks here with Miss Vesta McRae, of Rising| ) ,
children of Jacksonville vis-
p and Mrs. J. F, Johnson. Mr and Mrs. H. B.. Crosby were were list this week. yve hope him a Ncrman Johns spent the Thanks her daughter, Mrs. S. N. Norman. section spent Wednesday night
relatives here .
iting Thanksgiving. ....
with his -. with Miss Alice Edwards
holidays ,
giving parents
Albert Sullivan of Theressa, was transacting business In Starke speedy recovery
Mrs. Wade Gaskins i
and children
the guest of his mother. Mrs J. P. Monday. were visiting her parents, Mr. and Miss Melba Prevatt was visiting Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Johns at Gra GUM BRANCH I Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Pringle and i
Miss Ida Way Webb of Jack Grlffls last ; Elizabeth Harn< Cor. eons Oruls and Buddie, of Starke
Sullivan last Sunday. ; on. Mrs. J. S. Norman of Woodlawn, Mr. and Mrs Eugene ham.Mr. bliss : ge,
Misses' Edna and Eleanor Harrison villa Is spending a few'days hereas week-end. and Mrs Newn Burney and were the guests of Mr and Mrs!
of Lake Worth, were visiting guest of her cousin, Miaa Louise' Thursday afternoon.Mr. Mrs. Ida Chase of this section Is Johnnie Parmenter spent Thanksgiving Mr. G. E. y and granddaughter J. N. Norman Thursday.
here this week.' Webb. and Mrs. H. P Galney. visiting ,friends in Jacksonville at'' with Mr. and :Mrs. R. U. Evelyn' Gord, Mr. and Harvey Edwards, of Plant City,
'J. W. Nimmo was a business visitor Mr. and Mrs Carol Atkinsonand Mr and Mrs. E. M. Hazen and this time. Parmenter. Mrs H. M. Ingram and son, Law- spent Sunday with his parents, Mr.
to Starke last Monday. daughters, Joyce and Illene, son, Winfred, spent ThanksgivingIn There will be services at China Cornelius and Clarence Moore, rence, Robert and Joe, Mr and and Mrs. H. L. Edwards.Mr. .
Miss Alta Rhames who Is teach were visiting In Starke Saturday. Hawthorne as guest of their Grove church every second and George Reddish and Earl Par- Mrs. Mack Ingram and son;, Herbert and Mrs. P D. Reddish spent
ing In the northern part of the Miss Eliza Dukes of Dukes daughter and son-in-law., Mr. and fourth Sunday morning and night menter attended the party given at Jacksonville were the Sunday with her parents, Mr and
11 county spent the week-end with spent Saturday hers as guest of Mrs. O. G. Strayhorne avery: body welcome to attend. Mr.. Dyal's Friday night. guests of Mr;, and Mrs. ,J. N. Nor- Mrs. J. S. Sapp.

her parents, Mr and Mrs, O. W.'Rhames. .
i' 1'"KEEPING UP WITH THE TONESES"-Elmer A Wild Right --By POP MOMAND I
Don't the chicken and oyter -
forget ,,
at the school, building
supper
next Friday night. Every body III BOY! eons fA CANT 6AY YBR Sp
1' WHOA MY TSK| TSI*t ,
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invited. Come and bring your GALL MEN CHIaLeRV PtA
; friends. OLeNCL, l-ATAN, } ll-L MKa
t Mrs. M.. L. Watterson and Mn. PLLAet;! LtVEsAILOReAT TXB
.:" J. W. Horne, were shopping In 5Ptf5 .SEZ :!9't4tds! ,
t Starke last Saturday. WHO? ME! 1 Tet3HSa;
,}. Mrs. L. A. Wiggins', of the State r II
i Farm, has been visiting Mr. and % PASS A

!- Mrs. H. B. Wiggins: and family (I : EDDIP.r
r e during Thanksgiving. ii f I V11
\\ Miss June Adklns. Mr. and Mrs ., )
i sic, P. D. Adkins' and son, of Winter
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Adkins I Jllil lh
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If Miss Wiggins. Entertain
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Miss Mary Wiggins entertained
!- at a party at her home Saturday W" kry &eP rD)
,f; evening. Interesting games were to 1111. Ir T1. Ars al e N ..ar.rv' /
enjoyed.
S;., At the conclusion Miss Wiggins, /

J ..A"., assisted Leo Wiggins by her'served sister-in-law punch, Mrs.and THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR ,Double. Barrel Ir"
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NO .CHARUB! THNT9PINAlYDlA. WI\L, If I &QITTA: I
:\ Grace Adklns, M. E., Carrie aid. PLEA !,eE1'T .!. HMI"'- [, GOfSft IQOTTAWTJ'MT1 ;; tN 0 CK nr
,?; Elaine Wynn Ruth Williams, Ka.t PREIYVPRETIY TO OET UNCLE J"'t A'I i'9 JOT / '
1'/j/t therlne Wlest, Edna and Eleanor PLEASiCOM'... U'IT \'t! TO 17THEY Ft9.oooD As TH I'VE 8N0
;4. Harrison, of Lake Worth, Marjorie LFS FLYIs 4 i
{ Johns, Frances Hemingway, of A 1 EVEROf i 1 POOR
3} Starke, Marvin, Frank, and Geo.
.t' Williams Gordon Wadsworth, 1 1'e
i? Marshall Matchel, Ernest and Harmon .
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ka Nlram Wynn, Purvis Hazen of i
{'I;' Brooker, Earle Green, of Brooker, I I
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'f lilies Freda. Brown, Correspondent ,

{ Mrs. Lester Hall and little son,
If, of Cttra, were visiting her par- I / I
eats, Mr., and Mrs L.-U.:Morgan, 1'I i
,>\ last week. -
'\ Mr. and Mrs.. W. A. Tyler, of
It td,, Haton,, Wtll' in thin. section' Sun ; -
1 day.
4 Ancll Brown, of Nlceville, spentthe' -VWMIk.l IN AMOTHIRA ,
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Mrs.,,Tlson Thornton, of Raiford, "' THING TON N'STR; ? '''JBy jL:..KVan: ,Zeliti1 |

; Is spending a while In this section .
,1 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' B. ........
,J L. Bryan. tltity Urns FRIEND','I 1UAHTtaua VOTES van COUNCILMAN \T'4 A 9MAQT," I
,( Marvin Johnson of Starke, was OH NOV. '1f!! BECAUSe I AM %C BEST MAW- PULL
Visiting in this section last,week. MAIN T12EEr'5lI1DPeNtl1 IF t TOLD fOU THAT MY OPPONENT 19. A CROOK, CSU"f''CAN .
t1T 'AODD' MAIM 4f. A LINE LIKE\ THAT
A LlAQ. A THIEF, AND A CORRUPT RQLIT\CIAN\

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'j 1'' BOVSBWIVB LOTTS GOS'CAMPAIGHING fOR / 'FOR LIBEL SO X AM NOT flOtNG TbTCLL BEUEVti MH,

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t ptT 7. 1934- .. ,. BUADFQUP COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAJtKE.: FLORIDA PAGE THREE' y
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Lurch Hart. Billy Jackson. L C. SEAL.! SALE NOTES the best people In the world are to I' Tuberculosis Is the greatest 'S

Smith Arch Thomas. be found in Starke. ,cause of death between the. I.I'
agesof t ,
By MftS. J. M. ALVAREZ Receipts will be audited at bank ..
Bradford School fifteen anti forty-five. When
High Journal 6\ Letters mailed. from State head. weekly and reports" sent to head. you huy Christmas seals you are 'I I '

Cladys Johnson, Feral JonesSnookey quarters In the name of Bradford quarters. helping In the prevention and con- '
Corpenlng Frankie Ritch County chairmen Are bringing fair These workers are giving their I trol of this dlltea e. '

-- ----- ----.--- ---- -; Louise Stern Frances Overstreet response. To all who are sending services freely and It la not a I
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STAFF Thanksgiving Basketball Irvin Tlllman, Billy Grtffts, Ed BUYNil In money our pleasant task to ask for money in ,1,1'1
Season ward Barnes Grace Dew Mary L. grateful thanks,, times like these but our sick folks EndscColdSON ',. ,
qnnn __ Edltor-ln-Chl Observed HereIn Will Be Stockwell. C I. T M A also the grati need your help. )
pnrotl; ,'it. '- Here Soon I
.
s"tnjy w.Ylwlcls: ..Exclmng.enEdltoIrma a KALI tude of sufferers Our gratitude goes to Brown's N
;.?? __ "_.Aut. ExchBn Chapel Program tag with no means of Pharmacy for courtesies shown. To ,
H ij
urc* .,tltr''rr Basketball Court lit Fixed
I i alorlinrwIck A..t. Lit. Editor Bring Jack Hall, Stanley' Nogel John usiT1itcs h o s p ItallEftMon. the Telegraph, and the Kit The- '::0 .
l .> ; Jr. -sports Edam Program Made By Each ItoomGh'ln Up exam-
on proper atre for
ep ..u..raon... publicity. sd
$ .A.llt. Sport. Editor -- Prevatt, Levis Starling, Gamete :1: ;\!
,,"ul. pavle ,_ Bocl..l Editor !& Appropriate I inations. Congressman R. A, Green open <'
'
Uubbard. Emmaline
,
,,,.. fIfrnber:: i, Aut.Joki Editor' NumberA The football season ended with Morgan Chest, x-ray examinations ed sale by a brief talk at the Rita .
u Elaine Marwick Keen
the Boiler Carolyn
__ here
.IlIlanl1l.. game Friday i a are to and .
Theatre Thanksgiving night, ,
... Joke Editor
.u.Whllrlold .A" t. Sadie Prince Alta Smith Vera .
Jr. Bnt.rtHnment Thanksgiving program was fortnight ago and basketball season be given some of by purchasing a $$.00 bond. Our 'l'
nW.
j Mtderson Editor Is at hand. We will have Manning. ,
given In chapel last Wednesday in our urgent cases grateful thanks to him. ':f> '
1..1. Siae Brann.ni i mmSnt: Editor; observance of this memorial event. both a boys' and girls' team this at once. There will be an attractive window '

". Elementary Primary and Mrs. Wall's seventh grade started year. The "B" club will mout 5TII H E L P The hospitals display at Brown's Pharmacyfrom d uN's's

)1.1" DepartmentTBUTIIFULNESS the program with a song likely furnish some of the equipment Billy! Boulware Enos Hayes, Jr., P.OHT will come in theTU..lleUL.II.e 8th to 14th inst. Don't fall

"Thanksgiving Day." and the Athletic Association Othma Haynes ,Jr., Joe A. Lander near future. Your to sea "Little Red" In miniature.

.Then the pupils from several the rest of It. Freeman Register, Jr., Jacqueline generosity making: these thingspossible. Children who have been studying I,

to speak gradeu combined, put on a skit There is no definite game ached Andtews Carrie Bell Bennett, I The Life of Trudeau and historyof '

It is not when we know it.Sometimes called "A Thanksgiving Fantasy" ule as yet. Billy Marwick, Shirley Morgan. To you who are returning seals, "Little Red." will be especially 3
even
pie truth, we are tempted to lie. with Herbert Packam, Jean Davis We have some of last year'sstars Thelma Ricks .Geraldine Sllcox, we regret that conditions are such Interested. "

when we have done Buddy Bishop, Mack Futch Melva with us this year and in all Lerue Phillips. that you cannot help In this worthy :

especiallY and think we can escape Crosby,*Irma Stockwell, Louise probability we will win the ma -4TII cause this year. We hope another Every tuberculosis Christmas ,_ 1 1 1:1,
wrong telling a falsehood. Kite, Merrill Edwards, and Ivan jority of the games and have avery year will find you more pros- seal sale Is a recovery campaign.
by Jimmie Griffin,
Joe Edwards III,
punishment "
Sponholtz. Buccessfulseason. and mindful of these lonely
I harder to cover up I perous
,
much Barefoot
But It Is Vernon Tlllman; Sara ---- -
i wrong-doing by lying than to Next was a poem "Afternoon of The basketball court here at Gloria Bufford, IdaLulu suferors making a brave fight

confess our the truth. We may Injure I Thanksgiving" by Irene Lewis of school Is being put into "tip top" Doris Davis Brown Dorothy Johns, Al- against tuberculosis. President: Roosevelt Endorses

1 by lying, but we can never : the eighth grade followed by, "Be shape and should be in a fine condition vertlne Johnson, Patsy Keen Katherine '- If people would follow up money

do others them half the Injury that we i cause of Thy Great Bounty" a by the time the team is Kenlaw: Clarice Thomas. spent for Christmas Seals, and Christmas Seal Campaign
by Mildred Brown of the
do ourselves; for we are forming poem ready to play on It. I see what It accomplishes they

habit that will grow stronger tenth, grade. Everyone who wants to play I II S.J. .\. would regard It as an investment

sad soon this habit will have us. Then Mr. Gray made at attend basketball be sure and come out M. Davis, Doris Gaffney Jessie rather than a gift. Ri-Z:: nlalOtFrpAt4lpIW =.
who dare to ance awards and gave a very for the team it needs of of
We admire people I as plenty Slade Thelma Starling. Thanks also go to the donors
tell the truth even if It hurts to I forceful talk on "What" We Have material. the smallest: gifts and courtesy to t
To Be Thankful For.
admit that we are wrong we are SB workers on the street. Some of
In conclusion was a duct by Mrs.
our standard in the eyes Donald Bagwell. Joe English:
raising Student Government It \ -
Gray and Mrs. Wall, "Count YourBlessings"
have told
of the one to whom we John Kenlaw, Marjorie Davis f' 4
the whole school joinedIn
the falsehood.. ; AttendanceCommittee P a. t 8 Wainwrlght, Kathleen fiOasaMw1 rfLl

Habits of truthfulness and grow as Mr.the Gray chorus.then dismissed chapelfor Announces Winners' Stockwell Fay Yarborough Olin : t"l WNIt...n.Yti."........
In knowledge courI 4s
White.
we grow I
is a habit avle the noon hour.Bradford sonar IT. MM.Mr : vt
,ee. Truthfulness .... -
must cultivate it by constant The Attendance Committee of 2A, ,.I''

effort. Always speak the truth : "B" Club the Student Cooperative Government King Thomas, Junnlta Maples, .... DM'.' DuduauTb

and enjoy a double reward:' a feeling -I completed its months work Dorothy Williams, Mary Crews, aporoo.S of the kolttay >..10. krlaf M.|. t* our '....M. w
of happiness within yourse!'; Organized WednesdayOfficers Wednesday, November 28, 1934. Edna Moseley, Lucille Bowers tM *n til al of CHrloMasls to 01* tee aati 00. fltfit ...,... ,
of Grade 9A, Mrs. A. E. Wall'sroom t and admiration your Prevatt,
the respect Lyle Anderson Thelma MiTeS, the ...... otlll retie first .. a day
tuooroulo.10 baa ko*
schoolmates, friends and teachers. -: And Fliuince CommitteeAre : won first prize for the least Marie Dixon, Bert Spence. *rron*.a. of .oota kamon tM. .*.. .f U and W, oat It Mill ....... ....,, 'its
Elected number of absentees with an aver _. ".000 teases In to.* veldt/ states *naullr.Sot ,

If we would always keep in age of 95.8 per cent. The second %B by sec toy .10... k.t .> naao nooa. of *...... .*t. direst
mind what Shakespearssaid about The "B" Club of B. H. S. was reorganized prize went to grade 12A, Mrs. D.. Bobby Blgg,: Herbert Green, ..a4aafeqJKclba M4 '*'1'*e1, tu.or.ulo.lo wall k* ,...... rif%. ,.... age tester Truloowooloto
...._.. Bon.Mrlun oaro I* oilll 1MI*>
truth it would not be co hard to last Wednesday week, P. Carpenter's room, with an aver Mack Futch Bryan: Harrell, Geno ooooaolo.* ta. II.RIr...t.*.*nwoMorul_ ..naotloiw .,..'01 nt ....... koo.ttol fortokoroulm
tell the truth no matter what the although a charter from the national age of 94.6 per cent. Nogel, Paul Smith, Berta George p.Heels., 4 7t

cost: organization of the same The first prize was a beautiful Oleeta Green, Betty Hayes, Gar- For ..... sill early ,IM**., I kollm tk* ontorlun I* _e' y
"To thlno own self be true and it name has not yet been received.At picture and second prize was a nita Hutto, Barbara Keen Betty for lure u4 po"oa>a sift Mranton. '1_. ales seed rooouro.fulkooyltal.
must follow as the night the the meeting the following officers pretty pair of. vases McRae Gloria Prince, Roberta Sclectoe else sure boa or* reeled. OBMtalK for Viaomlouo tklUr.iut
proto.tlo* t* **M were __.1. ore pretest lare.t..4 yea .
day were elected: Whitfleld., ,. cold lest than okllorM u* t* ml tae lratt of oaolooooat. ..< Malts. tk* roourao -
F /
or
Thou canst not .then be false to Presidcat, Keeffee Harrell. AFTER HOLIDAYS never .( every oanainlty ar uaW.To t

any man." Secretary and Treasurer Robert 1ST A, B.ANDCJ lOCo Yop now can buy tall ...foTu I. nor then _'.01 anklt*. tkytlcloM.nrooa. ,
Shakespeare Chapman. From all reports it seems that L. Sweat, Edward Thomas, Sal noopltal* .r* way n pert of tn. pat .*roaal<.* rra. mak'
Finance Committee: Herbert practically at school, Bernice Alescla Nogel. the Mm size and quality sal taalaa ta* kooa of all _u,.. covoroor sat -.*ro, Muootoro.ooolal f
everyone Cooper ooraoro, seeM ..,..e. valwitoor. oorkoro, *krlt. > *roalo* loao.r 4 ,
WIIOOZITTla Pacl\& Robert Chapman, and both students End teachers enjoyed Jewel Thornton Jessie Byrd, Jose for Sg. Jiurthink, long >r. tao oopono, **4 tn* rorooo or tn. 0attt Status Oi.ira.oat. TM .f,
William Wooten. the Thanksgiving holidays. phine Johns June Hall. Mable .Mottoasleralesla ooottln sod It. torn kraaoaoa (In **mootoatIoo4ora.lt. 61

a girl. Only boys who have mad! their Some spent the holidays visiting Leach, Anice Green, Gloria Cooper,, Havana and imported to .

Dark hair. letters at some athletic sport friends and relatives; others spent Thelma Griffls. bacco for only 5c\\ Iruitt By no ....*._'. tk* roaronolkllltr roe the. oalo of Ckrlotnt
Good student I admitted to this club. As yet the spent the holidays at home but en- _18 t* a Xol *n*. n* n**, U **_ looall ky a4 for. tkn ro.KoMr
a FLO de SlECOA Mk city, ton, *r _'.. 1II..n.r wlooon for sal lotoltt t* ,
Pretty; Is a Sophomore. I amount of the dues !has not been joyed them nevertheless. .. PRIMER: on .._ It. Yes oaor */ relief sod'roiooaalollltp.tk w

Has a tw-. I decided upon. TU rather ha.rto bring ourselves Carol Coleman Alvin Crews,, forget them t your
wee I .. .. tb can.* _t **rtky.
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Last week's answer: Dorothy I The aim of the "B" club is to back to earth again and resume Bobble Edwards, Sam Griffis,,

M rwick. promote athletics, pay athletic our studies after such an en-I' Ralph Hines, Ben Kite, O| W. Me- ney eve ght. I rat .lnrl> pews.

debts, obtain equipment etc. :Joypble vacation but we must take Kenney. Elizabeth Barker. Joan I.I.wf.Olr Mfe Co,MtkOTS
I This club'was first organizedby I up our work where we left off and Dobrow Effle Griffin Helen Johnson Newark. N.J. t/AN2

IF YOUR Mr. Larson Coach and teacilcr use every moment to advantagefor Roselta Raines Ruth Roberts

here lost year.CALENDXU. we have much to be accom- Clara Sweat, Angelene Thorn- a/o'' de wza Presided+a, nalloool rani "'... .''.le &II."..
plished In the few remaining days 8.11. 10 veal nrtiatk Stroot, r
BREATH HASA OF EVENTS before exams. Exams! Well see tort. "". .1;

Monday-Review for examinations there Is always a silver lining to At the opening of this Christmas

will begin. the darkest cl'>ud, and the silver season thousands of boys and MELBAUAINGHV11XU President Roosevelt's indorsement of the nstlorr-wlde Christmas Cost

SMELL YOUCAN'T Monday-Senior girls Glee Club. lining to our cloud! is the fact that girls who have caught the germs tsmpslgn that |s eonduoUd from Thinktglvlno Day to Christmas by the 1,

Tuesday-Student Government we get a nice 1.ng Christmas vacation of tuberculosis need your help. .000 amilsttd tubereulosls sssoolstlons. Insert (upper right) shows the

Meeting. just after exams. Buy Christmas seals. teal, which eommemorstes the fiftieth snnlverssry of the beginning of the {

Tuesday-Book Club meets. -' :Me $4.o n5.UAINEVIW.E Sanatorium movement In this country The one room cottage It deplete wn 4d
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY
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Mrs. Kidd, Recent Bride Woman's Club To Organize Elise Green Celebrates LAWTEYO. Mrs. A. M. Blanchard-'

Honored At Luncheon Reading Circle Ninth Birthday AnniversaryLittle J., Phillips Correspondent Miss Nell McEachern, of ,
Ga., was Visiting Fat
J 3.ocictyAj'I. Misses Hope and U e o r g I a The Reading: Circle of the Starke Miss ,Elise Green :was Moore Elected Mayor week friends here I
Woman's Club will hold Its firs hostess to a number of her little
Haynes and Lula Redgrave, entertained At the annual city election held Mrs. James T. Moore
Saturday at the Haynes resIdence meeting at.the home of Mrs. H. H friends Saturday afternoon at the at the city hall the Jimmie of Plant and .
following were
on Water Street, at a lun- Young: Monday afternoon, Decem- home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. elected: Thanksgiving City,
c.-. cheon Richard ber 10, at four o'clock. Members L. D. Green in celebration of her with' her paten
I complimenting Mrs. J.H. Moore, Mayor; P. R. Carra- D;. and Mrs. G. W. Brown,
having read the book "Lamb in ninth birthday anniversary
O. Kldd, a recent bride. ,
Presbyterian Auxiliary Honored By Surprise The room of this home were His Bosom1;:, by Caroline Miller, Outdoor games were enjoyed dine, alderman for two years; A. ,Mrs. I. B. Dinkins and v,
Notice Birthday Dinner Party elaborately decorated with yellow will hear Olfecuased: by Mr. A during the afternoon, and refresh- A.A. Grlffls, alderman for two years; R. Reddish, of Webster, were" '
H. alderman
Harley for two VI
and white chrysanthemum.,and atone H. DitteauNyho Is not only a ments of punch and cake was served Itlng friends and relatives
The Presbyterian Ladles Aux- Wilbur delightful the years; R. ,A. Griffls, city clerk.Masons last week. he<
t A. Scott waa given, a -' o'clock p. m., a three course Georgia womajii but Is personally favors being pop corn
iliary will meet Tuesday after- surprise birthday dinner luncheon was nerved by the hostess acquainted with the author, and la balls. Mrs. T. B. Beck spent Thank i
non, Dec. 11, at three-thirty assisted by Mrs. 0.L. Haynes' especially ')qualified to deal with The beautiful birthday cake was Elect giving at DeLand.
party by his wife Monday eveningat
o'clock at the home of Mrs. John seven o'clock. White and yel-, Honor prices were given Mrs.! the subject; Iced in white and decorated In At a meeting of the Lawtey Ma- Mrs. Pearl Schuman and
Uglow. low chrysanthemums arranged In Kldd and Mr. James P. Warren, Other books to be read will be pink and green, and nine small sonic Lodge held at the Lodge -jr. Jean, spent ThankBglvh daug
Mrs E. M. Davis will have baskets and vases lent, a note of I who Is also a recent bride. I decided. upon at this meeting:, so pink candles stood on top. rooms Tuesday evening the fol- with relatives at Gainesville
+ I come to make About thirty-five little folks lowing officers were elected to( Mfes Madeline
prepared -
afternoon. vivid color to the rooms where the Following the luncheon bunco suggestlons. ( Hazen
guests were entertained was enjoyed, and Miss Melba Sll were Invited to share this occasion serve during the year of 1935: Thanksgiving with her ape
parents
cox won the bunco prize. Members of the Woman's Club with the young hostess, and A. H. Harley., W. M.; R. P. Brooker
Mr. Scott was presented with a she was the Jones, S.,W.; H. C. Harley, J. W.
Those enjoying this lovely affair who( have already signified their recipient of many ; Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
number of beautiful and useful W. C. Wooten, Treas. O. J. Phil- Burney a,
desire to Join this Mesdames lovely birthday gifts. ;
are -
with the hostesses, were: group Elder H. V. Skipper
gifts and congratulated on his A. Z. Adklns, lips Sec; W. H. Jones S.' D.; O. were iran
Mrs. Kidd, the honoree :Mrs. J. A W. Ander- acting business in
THEATRE thirty-fourth birthday anniversary.After )P. Warren, Misses Dorothy Ritch, son,. E. L. Biggs, Edward Burns, Baptist Trustees! And J. Anders, J. D.; E. B. Wells, S. S.; i Saturday. Jachsonvi

i .STARKB, FLORIDA ner had a delicious been served three, course the guestaenjoyed din- Lillian Sternberg, Melba Sllcox, D. P. Carpenter, O. L. Haynes, C. Deacons MeetA J.kinson E. Wilkinson, Tyler. J. S.', E. L. Wil- F. R. Carradine and W H E
educational and Kitty Hogsed, Beverly Cady, Mina A. Knight, T. T. Long. O. H. Low- wards were visiting In Plant
games Manassa and Martha Powell. ry, Donald MacQueen. W. B..Mld- Joint executive meeting of the Mrs. J. B. Dye and Miss Au- Sunday.J. Cl
,PROGRAMBEGINNING Bible contests. ,.die ten, S. L. Peek, E. K. Perryman, Board of'Trustees and the Boardof thorlne Blanchard, of Lakeland, C. Prevatt was a
business
FRIDAY Invited to be with :Mr. and Mrs. ... Deacons of the First Baptist vli:
H. C. Ritch, Vining, H. H. spent Thanksgiving here at the tor to PlantClty and Winter
Scott were: Dr. and Mr,.,' GeorgeH. Sub-Deb Club Young, and Miss Isabel Fernandez. Church was held Monday eveningat home of their parents, Mr. and den Thursday and Ga
FRIDAY, DEC. 7TII Lowry and daughter, Margaret Has Bunco PartyThe the church, with all members Friday

,. Wednesday's Child' Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Montgomery, Sub-Deb Club-had, bunco Mrs Middleton present except one.
Karen Morley-Kclw. Arnold John H. Powell, Miss Isabel Fer- December1; \'4 .at Plans were made for work to be
SPECIAL ATTRACTION nandez; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley party, Tuesday ; Entertains Circles done in the coming year, by these
.
Miss Gloria Johns' ', New Delicious
"SONGS OF TUB COLLEGES" Mr. and-Mrs. Fred- A. Scott. prize was awarded hymeHigh !! to Miss, Mrs. W. E..Middleton was hoes boards,. and all phases of the Grandmother's Fancy
church work was BLUE: ROSERICE;
discussed.Woodmen
ably
Hair and low I tens Monday afternoon to the Woman' -
prize
SATURDAY, DEC. 8TII I Margaret ;w Cracked WheatBREAD
'Demon For awarded to Miss Edna, Pearce. ,,,Refreshments Missionary Society of the D
Trouble'tI'o' were served. Methodist Church, the meeting be- Circle NoticeThe

q '/ Bob Steele FRESHM.H Our next party will be held at ing presided over by Miss Amelia regular meeting of the
1. Also Misses Katie and Virginia Fugate's Ray, assistant leader of circle Starke Grove of Woodmen Circle
Chapter 5 "The Wolf Dog"And number will be held An excellent Grade
home, December 11.Margaret one. -Tuesday evening at
Comedy Hair, Reporter. Mrs. L. ,A. Davis, chairman of seven-thirty o'clock at the Ma- ItTAtt ro of whole grain rice
Social Service, gave an excellent sonic Hall. ie-o
8UN.-JMON
DEC. 9TII-IOTII
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"The Richest Girl In Stroud-Willianfs" annual report of work done In At this meeting the election of Loaf _.______ 80 fpr4O 5 Pound __ 21'
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Williams,*an- this locality .After disposing of officers for the new year will take
The World" '.;:- pounce the, marriage of their business., a worship service was place> and all members of the or-

1 ,Miriam Hopkins--.Joel MeCrea daughter, Annetta Maud, to Wil- conducted by"Mrs.. J. W. White. der are asked to be present. GU\NDIOTIIEU'8-FRESII Plain or Sliced
Fay Wray liam Oscar Stroud, Jr., Wednesday Mrs. A. Wood was In charge of a 14-Oae 18-Oz. 2'-Dz.
November 28, 1934, Birming- well prepared program and was Bachlorette's Meets
TUES.-WED., DEC. I1TII-12TII AT ham, Alabama. assisted by Mrs. W.-0. Halle, Mrs. The Bachlorette's Club met Monday BREAD( 6c8c lOc

4, "Here Comes The Mrs. Stroud is a graduate of B. W. B. Parks, Mrs. J. H. Ritch and evening, December 3, at the .. .. .. u._ _.___ n ,
Navy"James THE MAGNOLIAFISH H. S. and also attended the Flor- Mrs. A. W. Anderson.It home of Miss Mlna Manasaa. GRANULATED-DIXIE CRYSTAL
ida State College for Women. /She! was announced that Mrs. B. A short business meeting was

Gloria C."ney-pat. Stuart'THURS. O'Brien MARKET was very active In. the PresbyterIan M. Montgomery the pastor's wife, held when plans were completed SUGAR 10 Lbs 48c
i Church work and 'during her and Mrs. W. E. 'Middleton, president for the dance to be given tonightat .
.-FRL, DEO 13-11TII APALACIIICOLA OYSTERS stay here made a host of friends of the W. M. S., would enter- the Woman's" Club Plans for "- __ _--_ _
"Kentucky Kernels"Wheeler who( will wish her much happiness. tain the Society; at a Christmas distributing Christmas baskets EIGHT O'CLOCK.-l\lIId, Mellow
FOR YOUR TURKEY She has been a resident of Birm- party"the< exact;; date to be announced were discussed. The Club decided
and Woolsey ,DRESSING ingham, for, the past three years later.? to have a progressive dinner party COFFEE Per Pound ,19c
where she was employed. ext Tuesday evening, Dec. 11.
The hoscegs.ii assisted little
by .. .. _..
Members - --
Marjorie Sue MiddletOn, Mrs. Mae attending this, meeting
L Jones I were: I IMisses DEL MONTE, Delicious, sliced-Large No. 2 1-% can
and Mrtf.: W. O. Halle, served
dainty refreshments to the following Mina Manassa Bobble
Y Mrs. Conoly, Estelle Kendrick, Hazel PINEAPPLE 19c
guests; L. D. Vining,
ttiy Mrs. C. L. Stock-well, Mrs. Sam Adklna, Annie Mae Pearce, Hazel
GREEN'S STORETelephone Anderson, Mrs. J. W. White. Mrs. Middleton Mary Canova.. Ruth
A. Wood, Mrs. X F. Colley, Mrs L. Sternberg, Rosalind. Jacobs and a
Mignon Sisson. NUCOA
S. Hutto, Miss Amy Coburn, Mrs.A. Per Pound 18c
F. Sauls, Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Circles
Mrs.. L., C. Prescott, Mrs. E. K. Baptist Meet ASP: FANCY TUB OR PRINT

86 DELIVERY SERVICE Perryman, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Circle: Number One of the Bap
Mrs L. A. Davls"Mlas Kate Struth tist Woman. Missionary Union was BUTTER Lb. 35c
Mrs. B. ,M. Montgomery, Mrs. W. entertained by Mrs. Rawson J. Da-
B. Parker" Mrs JF* H. Long, Miss via at her home on Madison Street
FRIDAY and SATURDAY DECEMBER '7 and 86LBS. Olive Ray, Mr J. H. Ritch, :Miss Monday afternoon ANN PAGE

,.. -T Amelia Ray,:*>l. tl in the living room of' this bottle 13c

12-LBS. 24-LBS- Mrs. Richard G. Kidd home, where 'the guests. were en- IONA BRAND .

HI-MIXO : 23c 43c 83c Complimented,,at ShowerMrs. tertained. CORN 3 '
Mrs: E. C. Priest. leader of the No. 2 Cans 31c

W. M. :Wainwright; and Circle, presided during the ,devotional FANCY MIXED, Green and White
GAMBLER, Selt-ltising 30c 53c 99cFLOUR :Miss Martha Powell entertained and business meetings,. and LIMA
BEANS No. 2 Can
Tuesday afternoon at the home of several Interesting Hans of the lOc
Mrs George B. Flynn, at a miscellaneous Circle was discussed. The Circle
HOME GROUND MANETTO shower complimenting also completed plans for the P&GSOAP 4 Big Bars 15c
Christmas box to be sent to
the
Mrs. Richard G., Kldd, a recent

Tomatoes 2 No.2 15c bride. orphan Arcadia girl, which at the this Baptist HomeIn IVORY SOAP ___ 26-oz.. Bars He
invited Is
MEAL 5 Lbs. 13c cans_ groups Guests, from were three-thirty in to five-two sponsoring.Mrs. Society FANCY--SANTA- CLARA

thirty o'clock' ,'and were entertained L. A. Canova, who was a PRUNES 70-80 Size 2 Ibs.
15c
in the'llvlngf',and dining rooms guest at this meeting was presented .
BANANAS 4Lbs. 13c of this home, which was elaborately a lovely picture, as a gift from SUNNYFIELD
SUGAR 5 Lbs. 23c decorated with quantities of the: Circle. CORN FLAKES 8-oz. Pkg. 7c
poinsettias and other Christmas During the social hour Mrs. Da-

BEST WHITE foliage., The .dining table, laid 'via, accompanied at the piano by SUNNYFIELD.
with a handsome* lace cloth, was Mrs. Canova, sang. two solos,
CARNATION OR PET MILK centered with''a' silver candelabra "Love In Bloom,. ,and "By A Waterfall OAT MEAL 2 1.,.1-4-lb pkgs 15c

BACON Lb. 15c holding red tapers on''either side ." MAPLE SYRUP .
and surrounding'' the candelabra Refreshments of wafers and iced
' 2 Large cans or 4 Small ___13c was a beautiful'' arrangement of tea were served by the hostess. RAJAH SYRUP Quart Jar.23c,.
Circle Number Two met with
poinsettias.
i3 GROUND .>. ; II Receiving were Mrs. Wainwright, klra. S. L. Peek at her home on WHITE HOUSE SUNNYFIELD

Miss Powell and the bride, Mrs. East Madison Street Monday afternoon EVAPORATEDMILK I PANCAKE
&0... 1 MAINE'J COFFEE 2Lbs. 25c Cldd. Mrs. ''Wainwright wore ab.coming where a beautiful ar-
I afternoon dress'01 black rangement of yellow chrysanthemums -

'fir and white satin'and her flowers in bowls and baskets, added FLOUR
Lbs. lOc '
' POTATOES 10 *' t were a shoulder bouquet of white color to this lovely meeting. .
1 PRINCE CanALBERTTOBACCO Mr. L. G. Powell the
, carnations; Miss Powell was dressed conducted\ Tall 11.41b.

in blue silk crepe and wore pink devotional and business meetingand 3 Cans _N.__.. 17. Pkg. w._________ 7c
b' IOc carnation.; Mrs,' Kidd wore a the Circle'completed plans JU.
CHARMER: handsome blue velvet model with for' the Christmas box they are .
S.s No. 1 Maine IRISH Mandy Rock Ground
which she wore white carnations. sending to the Orphan girl at.Arcadia. -
k J COFFEE Can 17c Urs. Flynn assisted the hostesses Potatoes Ibs 12c MEAL SIbs 12c
HI-PLANE In entertaining the guests, and During the social period :Mrs... Fancy HeadLETTUCE .
she wore a beautiful afternoon Peek, served the fourteen members
ifS SPECIAL.TOBAC.CO 2Cans,05c dress of blue satin with silver present, light refreshments. 'TYzcFresh IONA-No. 2 CanTOMATOES
OUR trimmings, andJer, flowers were Mrs. J. L. Sllcox was hostess to 7'/2c
pink carnations. Circle No. Three of the Baptist -Fancy ,
: '*'he; handsome, display of gifts Missionary Society on Monday Tomatoes LB.2c): ',
RICE 5 Lbs. 18c BUTTER Lb. 30c were arranged:on tables in the afternoon and Mrs. E. W. Hayes FOUR SEASONSCARROTS
dining room where they were ,had charge of the meeting. Fresh-Bunch
, viewed by the guests. Plans were made to send Christ- 7/2c SALT 31b pk 7c
MINNESOTA VALLEY Mrs.' Luther O. Powell gave a mas gifts and clothing to a little W
: ALL KINDS clever reading Aspirations", and girl in the Orphan's. Home In Ar- Fresh Stringlesa! London LayerRaisins .
iy Iwfr.. L.' A. Canova.'delighted the cadia., BEANS Lb. 7/ c

Garden Peas No 2 can 15c FRUIT CAKE MATERIAL Jons.guests with several piano selec- "A It Larger was reported Stewardship.that" had'a book been, Fresh lb. lOc

-. A chicken salad course was served reviewed the day the circle had,aIpend'thedayparty SQUASH Lb. lOc
by, Misses Elizabeth Hollings- at the homeof 'B-ln. Del-)'''. Assorted

""u Fancy Western Boneless BEEF worth, Mary Canova, Lillian Stern- Mrs. E. L. Biggs. .Fresh CHOCOLATE
berg, Georgia Haynes, assisted by After the business session the OKRA Quart' lOc '' 95c
CANDY!
Mrs. Harold C. Wall and Mrs.. J. remainder of the afternoon was
ROASTS Lb. 15c RIB STEW\ 3 Ibs. 25c '
Y. Brownlee. ,: spent sewing on fancy work, which Fancy Flo.Oranges.
R U to( be cold shortly before_Christmas ,' Doz. 15c ,l-ln/bat Honey DripCHERRIES

Buffet Supper: Honoring .
ROUND At the close of the afternoonMrs. Fancy Fla. 2rc
L1 MIXED I Miss BrownleeMiss ; Silcox served dainty refresh Grapefruit, each 5c ..

Martha: Brownlee was ments. S-lb. GrnnCASE "+er' I" "i'IrBANANAS
15c1
GROUND STEAK. Lb. honored Thursday, evening by a r 4 Ibs. -

MEAT Lba IOc buffet supper! given by her parents, for IScJ !{ $1.7U.1.KEU''t ,
Mr. and Mrs J. M. Brawnlee, at II 3 TREATS .- r- .
LARGE I II their attractive country home, -
SMOKED which was decorated with quantities PREMIUMCHOCOLATE .

WEINERS Lb: !13c I ferns. of chrysanthemums and 1. CLICK KNBARBECUE: 3-oz. Pkg. 5cl I

11 I SAUSAGE Lb. 13c Mrs. Richard 0. Kldd, a recent S. PORKRARBECUB BAKER'S PREMIUM

I ride, was presented with a pieceof 3. REEF COCONUT 1-4-lb.Pks. OcCocon

1 BEEF I Eighteen handsome guests linen.were present at BARBECUE Bakers :2 .8-0 tins 23oPostum SwondnwnCAIit .

this lovely affat'*. among them being Also! Oysters and Chili I : ilLOt'R.'Pk: s.

PICNIC! An1S 5, Lb. 15c LIVER' Lb. 9c(: !! I fv..fr' Gette Miss Hagstrom.Pat Lynch of and,Jacksonville MUs La*, IIALL'S'PLACE' Instant 4-oz. can 2.1o Minute Tapioca PKg. i3c


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DECEMBER 7, 1034 ,
BRADFORD
COUNTY;
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Madge and Hazel Mlddleton, and Friends here are receiving n v 1Ilrs: VondaTE. Inman and HAFK DRIVING
Mrs. H. B. McLendnn, spent Satur- NAT SEZ nouncements of the marriage of daughter, Miss Vonda, attendedthe
day in Jacksonville. ., : Mian Margaret Cheek to Sam Mit- State Woodmen Circle "meetIng : -
Bits oi :, This Is I chell, on Friday, November 30, at held in Lakeland, Friday. Mrs.Dora We have become alarmed by the
Forest Fire Prevention Lakeland. Mr. Mitchell Is the A, Talley, National President great number of serious automobile *
Mrs. O. J. Griffin and Owen W. : Week but I don't' see why I I accident occurring on high-
anyone nephew of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. of the Woodmen Circle and sever
Griffin, of St. Augustine, were : would want to burn a pine tree Mitchell, and la well known here. al other 'National officers attended ways throughout the United States
local Nev guests during the week-end of Dr" when almost I ...... this meeting. every week end. Every Mondaymorning'
and Mrs. E. L. .
Biggs. I every day they newspaper brings us ret
announce the "" Mesdames H. II. Young. E. M. -- ports of many serious accidents.We .
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mrs! Mae Jones, of Jacksonville, discovery of i Davis and G. H. Lowry, were In Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ennis, Mr. must remember that speed and y
OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN spent several days this week with something new Green Cove Springs last Wednesday -' and Mrs. John Bentley, and two tho needless haste to get some- ;
PROGRESS her brother-in-law and sister, Dr to be made I afternoon where they attended -I children, Mrs. Margaret Thomas where in a hurry Is responsible '
IL I and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. from the lowly' a meeting at which Mrs. Sll- and little daughter, Sue Jean and for the majority of motor acci
sapling:, That verthorne, Presbyterian Board Dr. Darwin Hoffman, all of Tampa dents.

l- Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S.. Carroll, old stump In I Secretary ot. Philadelphia Pa., spent Thanksgiving here visIting Take time to bo safe Take as
D, Dyer, of Lake Butler was I Mr. and Mrs C. L. Stockwel of Jacksonville, were Thanksgiving your back yard gave an_address. i Mr. and Mrs. John W. Morgan much pride In your o driving as you
visitor here Tuesday. and family spent Thanksgiving In Day guests of Mrs. Carroll's can now be used ii i and Mrs Lalla Chace. do In the things yuu .tike ,to do ,

II Jacksonville. mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. ,for everything: Miss Marguerite Darby and The annual conference--of the best. Don't let your bpuig holiday ,

Mrs. Annie Richard was a visitor from toothpicksto brother, Herbert: Darby, of Lake Florida Methodist Church, South, be destroyed by reckless drivingand
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In Jacksonville Monday. George W. Baisden, of Jacksonville Frank Inman, a student at Ogle- rayon undies City, spent Sunday in Starke visiting la In progress this week In Gainesville Its tragic consequences, By
i aaaa BBP Ji> sj Is here visiting his brother, thorpe University, was In Stark -Isn't science wonderful? But afar their uncle and aunt. Mr. and and the Starke church Is all. means look out for the'other
Howard Mann, of Lake Butler, ,W. W. Baisden. during the week-end visiting his they haven't discovered any- Mrs. P. M. Barefoot They were being well represented at this Important fellow. The Sunday driver is apt '
,as a visitor here Monday. mother Mrs. Vonda Inman.If thing about a pine tree that's fit 'accompanied home by their sister, meeting. Among those at- to do the unexpected.

Mrs. L. F. Chapman, of the State to eat-that's the only hitch. Miss Jeanette, who spent the tending are Rev. and Mrs. B. M, "Remember motorists". take
of Jacksonville Farm yon have a bargain to offer, Maybe when they start manufacturing time to be safe
R. M. Sparkman was a visitor here Tues- / Thanksgiving holidays here with Montgomery, Judge and Mrs E.
was a visitor here Friday. day afternoon. lint; with us.e might have a these things they're Mr. and Mrs. Barefoot. Ferryman, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. ,
prospect for that very thing.Wlltton .- talking about, we'll all be rich. W. Davis. W. P. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. The "Step Pyramid" of Egypt: Is k:

n. F Hazen, of Brooker, was attending Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wigginsand Really Corp'n. have good years and bad years for Christmas photo, Come now. Olin W. White Mrs J. W. White, estimated to be 6000 years old w,
fruits and vegetables, but you can bnnutlful at W E, Mlddleton and it oldest struc
to business here Monday. son, of Brooker, were visitors Many styles specialprlcea Mrs. Mine making the large !
here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Bores, ot; always grow a pine tree-If you Hoover Brow. Studio Amelia Ray ture In the world '
State's Attorney and Mrs. A. S. Jacksonville, spent Thanksgiving) start soon enough.And f i

spent Friday In Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby and here with Mrs. Boree's parents, that reminds me that you > '-'' B 'SSB S SS SSS SSSSSSS BMlSS BS S B SSS SSB S S S SB l B S S BSS BB BSSl
Crews
Mr. and Mrs. Q. H. Bennett.Mr. better start your Xmas shopping
Mrs.
S. M. Mott, of Brooker, were 4
villa
soon enough.
visitors here Monday.

and Mrs. J. M. llott, of and Mrs. Ted Stilley. and Manhattan I
Brooker Mr were visitors here Satur- Mrs L. A. Davis will attend the Mr. and Mrs. Bill Owens, of Jacksonville ; II
day. annual Methodist Conference In were guests Sunday of ShirtsPajamas, Tip Top GrocerySpecials
Gainesville this week Mr. and Mrs R. C. Buford. $1.95Men I

: DeWitt C. Jones? of Gainesville,
was a prominent visitor here Monday Richard Long of Pensacola, Mrs Mikell Dew, of Honduras
spent the week-end here with his Central America, is the guest of

mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. her mother, Mrs. Esther Williamson 1101About Friday and Saturday Dec. 7 ,8 t'
; R T. Osteen, and A. B.' Surren- at her home near Starke A NEW HATFor '

'cy, of Brooker, were visitors here L. C. Ray, of Fernandina, spent Christmas
Friday several days recently with his Mrs. W. M. Wimberly and POTATOES, 10Ibs. 12c UNEEDA BISCUITS 2 for 9c
sister, Mrs. J. W. White. daughter, Freddy, and Mrs. Wim- $2.95

p. M. Sanderson, of Brocket', berly's father, A.' II. Green were SNAP BEANS, 2 lb. .. _15c Peanut BUTTER, lb. jar lSc
was attending to business here Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard, of visitors to Jacksonville Friday.

,ilonday. Palatka, were guests Sunday of I\llIn..lnA''t'ar. ( TOMATOES 2 lbs. _____ lSc APPLE 14-oz. 10c
BUTTER
J Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover. Miss Patsy Brinson, of Hugh, MEN'S SOX
: W; E.: Middleton, was here during the week-end visIting -
and Mrs.
''are Dr.spending'several days at Pine I Mrs. E. E. Burney ; father,, her brother-in-law and sister, 35c LETTUCE, 2 for .- -----.. lSc RELISH SPREAD. 10 oz., lOc ;

Bluff Georgia. Rev. H. V. Skipper, of Lawtey,, Jr.. and Mrs..Charley E. Johns. S for $1.00
were visitors here Thursday.Mr. CARROTS, 2 bunches .i..1Sc PEACHES, Fancy, Lb. 15c pw
;' Judge and Mrs. J. R. Kelly, of F. M. Gaaaett. of Ozark, Alabama -

Madison, and Mr. and Mrs. H. S. and Mrs. J. C. Downingand is spending this week In Not Too I.rte For An BEETS, large bunch _"' ''''....lOc PRUNES, Libby's Ige 21bs lSc "
J Priest, of Bronson, were week-end little son Harry, spent Thanks Starke with his son and claughter- International" Suit

meats of State's Attorney and giving in Trenton with relatives.Mr. In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Pate Gaasett, Mude-to-Meitfturo: YORK APPLES, 6 lbs. .2Sc FRUIT COCKTAIL, can lOc
Mrs. A. S. Crews at their residence
Walnut Street.i666 and Mrs. R. F. Demorest,, Mrs J. T. Moore, and son, Jim- $22.50!? Up .
on spent the week-end in Apopka visIting my, of Plant City, and Mrs. BANANAS, 4 Ibs. ...;........._._ 15c MILK, 3 Tall Cans .lo. 17c y

l-hvrka Mr and.Mrs.,J. C. Robinson. Moore's mother, Mrs. G. W. Brown
COLDS of Lawtey, were visitors here Fri Arriving Dully BALLARD'S TABLE tALK-Plain SelfRi.ingFLOUR
Mr. and Mrs. Ancll Walnwrlght day. or
STYLISH FROCKS
FEVER of Jacksonville, were Thanksgiving 6 LBS. 12 LBS. 21 LBS.
1 r guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. An- Mrs. M. E. Edwards went to $3.95 to $5.95
first day dreu. Jacksonville Tuesday to spend a i

TUIETlllleadacliesU.L while with her son and.daughter 2Sc45c87cFRUIT
lq"1J) Miss Miriam Jacobs, of Lacoo In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ed- Good merchandise reasonably
\E: No.. Drops la 30 minute wards. priced-leather shoes. .
chee, spent the week-end here with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Ja- -
cobs A. t y:. Wall, Jr., a ctu tnt at the
PLU"D! University of Ccorjla, at Athens STERNBERG'SStarkeiJZlortda CAKEMATERIAL DelMonte SPINACH, No. 2 1-2 Can _. 15c .,

The public Is looking for bar- spent the week-end here with his -

COLUMN gains. If you"hot'e.one.: ,list -with uncle and aunt' Mr. and' Mrs. W.L. DelMonte PINEAPPLE No. 2 1-2 can.. .21c
Wall. CITRON PEEL Lb. 30c
us.-Wilmm Realty Corp'n.Mr. 1t -- ,
r Mr. and Mrs.:;:R. L., McDowell, LEMON PEEL Lb. 30c ?
Il MALE HELP WANTED : :. has returned of Jacksonville, DelMonte Fresh Garden Asparagus ,23 c k
and Mrs. L. G. Knight, of Mrs. A. d Darby and three sons, ORANGE PEEL, Lb. 30c -,- "
from month's vidlt In New Orleans Day in Starke
Jacksonville, were here Sunday a spent Thanksgiving '
MAN. Route WANTED of 800 families.;for Rawleigh Good visiting Mr. 'and Mrs. W. G. La.,.with her soninlawand with Mrs. McDowell's parents Cherries Candled lb. 47c DelMonte Bartlett Pears, No. 2l/2 can' 21c '
profits for hustlers. We train and Halle. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow. PINEAPPLE Lb. _.45c

help you. Write immediately Chalker. CURRANTS, PkB. __15c DelMonte Garden Peas No. 2 can 17c y
Rawleigh Co., Dept. FAL-125-SA2, Miss Anita Courtmanch, has returned Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conant of RAISINS. I'kJr. _____lOc ,
from a visit with friends In Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall and Jacksonville, and Mrs. A. V Long, .15c
Memphis, Tenn. 1272t'WAITED50 DATES 7 1-4 oz __
Lakeland, Lake Worth and Palm children, of Jacksonville, spent ot Gainesville, were guests Friday FIGS 1-2 Lb. I'.kg.. _10c DelMonte Midget Peas, No. 2 Can .. .21 cDelMonte r
bushels Porto Rico Beach. Thanksgiving here with Mrs. Ran- of Mrs S. E. Brownlee and

Yam seed potatoes, make low- dall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. :&1. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. CINNAMON ___,_,...lOc Lima Beans No. 2 Can 17cDelMonte u
.. ._ _
CLOVES _____ ,
let t price. R. F. Demorest, Starke. Miss May Peek, of Jack-onvllle! Alvarez. *
12.7-1t.. has returned to her home after a Mr. and Mrs. We..ey Mills, and ALL SPICE ------- lOc
visit with her niece, Mrs. E. K. Miss Abide Harley, of Lawtey, i Johnny Balsden,:;of.hake City,, !MACE _..__________ lOc Apricots or Cherries, tall can 17c ,
WANTED-To Buy Pecans will visit here this with Mr.Bal.den's ,.
has been enjoying a pent Thanksgivinghere '' '
Perryman. Cream of __.lOc: .
:pay market price. N. D. Wain- week with Dr. and Mrs. E. L. father and sister, W. W. Tartar TT r I Charmer Special 1

wrlght. It* Carlyle Ritch of Chicago, III, Biggs, at their residence on Wal Baisden and Mrs.' Jessie Mae Dromedary t

FOR RENT Furnished room, has arrived to spend the winter nut Street. Blakely. ,rt.,., Cranberry Sauce .
'J)with or without meals. Mrs. here with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs 17-oz. can _________15c, COFFEE 15c ft,
Titua Olson 314 W. Madison. Ito J. H. Ritch. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Williams haveas Mr. and Mrs. C.: R. Lowens, E. ... '
visitors at their home, Mrs. A.. Burnsed, Mr. and lira. M S.
WANTED-A Thousand Watchesto Miss Florence Gill has returned Williams' sisters'', Mrs. J. R. Stater, Jordan and daughter, Shirley Jane, OLD BRAZILDUTCH

repair, main springs SOc; from a visit in Orlando, with of Dade City, and Mrs.J.A. Stuartof all of,Jacksonville, spent Thanksgiving TIP TOP MARKET NUTS
cleaning SOc; balance staff 75c; her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Tampa. [ here with Misses Addle and

watch glasses 15 cents. Your W.. K. Wilder. Roq ?!jgn-! 7/2t<<: Lb. 15c
finch rebuilt $1.80.1 have watches Mrs. Hulda' Corpening and SPECIALS SPECIALS

61r aale. Eye glasses and specta- Miss Ruth Glasaer of West Palm daughter, L'Etta, spent Thanksgiving The most beautiful One of Christmas '
des, make a nice Christmas presort Beach, spent the Thanksgiving in Hugh, with Mrs. Cor- photos we have ever offered, CAMAY FANCY CALF LIVER, Lb. _ ..__ .15c WALNUTS
big stock on hand and prices holidays here the guest of Miss entngs parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.A. i and at the lowest prices Hoover SOAP "
Just right. Just .below the ten Rosalind Jacobs. Brlnson. i Bro Studio. SALT MACKEREL 3 for.. 25c
cent store, next door to Durden's BBI ..-""" """ "" """ 5c Lb.
Restaurant. S. O.' Lewis. Watchmaker The Committee convenes Mrs. Harvey Madrlx. and two Mr, and Mrs. Paul Yopp or Atlanta PIG TAILS Pounda ,25c 20c

and Optician. with Temperance Mrs.at F.3:30.A. Scott Interested Friday at children Ft. Lauderdale, Bobby and, are Mary guests Anne.of Mrs. ,Yopp's have been brother recent and guests sister-la of O.K.PNowder., WESTER/}SIRLOIN' STEAK, Lb. 14c ,Riins '

Clocks, Watches and Jewelry, afternoon Irs. A. F. Sauls, at her home on law Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wain- WESTERN- STEAK Lb. 17c
,
repaired, one-third the regular, women invited. Lb. -1'
Cherry Street. wright. Mr. Yopp will be pleasantly 'jq
price I do engraving. S.:O. Lewis. remembered here as Miss ,,5 for lOcSALT FRESH LINK SAUSAGE
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepard and 2 POUNDS
Watchmaker- and Optician. ItFOR little daughter, of Milliard, were Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Landrum and Beulah Wainwrlghl.: SMOKED SAUSAGE Choc or
) RENT-House and three of and Mrs. little daughter Idell, are enjoying -
week-end Mr.
guests a visit In Inverness with Mr.andrum's Rev. Edward Lubln pastor of Small or Large FRANKS 27c MIXCANDY
acres good land In town at a
Carl A. Knight. *
parents, Mr, and Mrs the Woodstock Baptist Church, 3 for
bargain J. C.. Manning' Starke, Landrum. Jacksonville' was a guest Tues- BOLOGNA. ._ __ ..
Fla It* of Jacksonville J. A.
Mr. Miriam LJklns, .
'--- day of his cousins Mr. and Mrs. lOc v'2 Lbs 25c a
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms at Beach/ spent the sister-in-law Thanksgiving -, Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow, Mrs. J. W. Andrews. ''The Rev. Mr r f
with her
327 H. H. holidays and Mrs. Maria K. Lubin preached Tuesday evening
West Call St., Mrs. W. A. Bonham
Young ,Ito Mrs. J. L. Frazee lull, were In Melro Sunday afternoon at the Mission Hall. Whole Grain Cracked Grain r
the funeral of
attending
SUGAR
WANTED To buy Bradford When thinking of Gifts-Remember Mrs Abble Grimes. Mrs. Vonda Inmanr Mrs. Georget.
County or City of Starke bonds. the Bradford llardsarPCompany. Inman and Miss Mary Lee RICE. RICE t

Wve full description In reply. Ad- Miss Lucia Baisden and Miss Wynn were in Jacksonville Mon-
drt1la H. E. 77 care Bradford -- the fifth conventionof 10 Lbs. ... 46c
Jacksonville atttnding -
of ady -- -
County Telegraph., .Ira. L. E. Moseley and daugh- Nancy Thanksgiving Driscoll, Day In Starke Public Health Officers and 5 Lbs. .. __ 22c 5 Lbs. .. 18c jiI
and Edna )pent
Lillian
ters Beatrice, cousin :Mrs. Nurses, which was held at the
VERy DESIRABLE Lots for sale Mao and son, L. E., Jr., spent theweekend with Mies BaMdi-n's '
" at Kingsley Lake, extending in Wildwood, visitingMrs. Jessie Mae Blakely. I Mayflower-, -Hotel. SNOWDRIFT 3 Lb. Can 43c 3 Medium
from hard road to lake. L.,C. pow11302.0- MoBeley's"brother-in-law and Ormond
,
of ,
en. Bishop Sam R. Hay, of Houston Stanley C. Carnell. IVORYSOAP a .
sister :Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Strick l
here with
Texas, and Dr. Felix R. Hill of pent Thanksgiving Day
CASU PAID For Chickens and land. Jacksonville were luncheon guestsof I'his family, who have been enJoy- SNOVDRIFT(2Lb.CanWESSON\ 29c 'I IVORYFLAKES lcl

Eggs: fresh fish and oysters YOTICE 01'PPIU'TIO... Pelt Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis on :ing a two week visit here with l
dally' Corner Store. Just across T\ "Ku:" Dec. 4th. Mrs. Carnell's parents, Mr andMrs. '
the Railroad. MarketCALLING NOTICE) |S HBIIKRT LIVEN!' Tuesday, F. A. Scott. Mr. Carnell. was AH For ._ '. 20c
City. Flab parment.r, holder of
C. W.
Tax That Certificate) No.Jtiio, 1........d filed Srd Fr 'mls cf S. R, John, Sr.. will accompanied back to Ormond by OIL Pints 2k 4fh
' CARDS any size, day of tic-tint. A. O. 111.afore has and egret to'learn of hU serious Ill Mrs. Camoll and their two sons ,
00 for Ml 1 rtlfteiifM In my
<
BO; $l.GO for 100. Mono- made application) for tax d..rf to ness in a Jacksonville hospital Corbin and Gene.IIendugton DRIFT, P kg.d 15c

[ cad Jammed loo stationery. 100 Bradford,sheets law Issue Halt thereon c..rtlflat In accordance mbraona with*h.. where, he was removed to> this -- WESSON 39c A'
| County envelopes,.$2.73., fotlLWlns-.wrlb. get
Telegraph. Phone 29. tf. Irr, Biadforo County Florid to- Scissors mike e.rvieeabk', CbrUtIIUM ';
r wit lots SO. Dip and Ea" J'*" "*''I Bradford Ildw, Co.
.OFFICE btr'PLlES:' Typewrlt- Lots 61 and (12( \v..dl..wn., fcjctl nan ITrs. Emma Carlton who has prescjiU.

"r1bb'DS, ad*...g machlno ribbon Ka.t.. Town oonlalnln.blp 6 "Bouth.''0 ."r". more or 11 i been the guest of her brother and A. Friends of Miss Daisy Moore, otClearwater' NEW STYLE PACKAGE r. U V 1: r: r
and Mrs.
v'n? .. siater-in-law. Judge
paper, .
: typewriter paper '* and tJ1xl4! 4U 4JLJ
Ths a..m.nt. of said Drop.rtYunder returned Tuesday to daughter of Mr '
al"g
second Adklns.
Z.
, machlpaper1: ,
, beets Ctinty? on sale t the Bradford In the the ni m-aid.. of".)J; lncVrU"wir.Zl.. her home in Jacksonville Mrs.be Interested D. W. Moore to learn of Theresa that she wilt has CHASE and* SANBORN'SCOFFEE .Pound 17cMACARONI

t Telesra, office. Phone "uni- shall h.. r.-
old certlflcat. Henry, recently been elected' secretary of :
,. and
k, tf.SALE accordlna- to l'lOW. tax '' 1 Millard Lowry son "
d..m..d on the 5th day of Tennessee, spent the the Junior Y Vt, C.'A. of Clearwater -
Inane thereon
will of Maryvllle,
Fort
', Maryland 'lions Genuine January Pouted>this A. P.Lath 1933.day of November, week-end In Starke with the far- Miss Moore has for been several a resident Per Pound 29c Pkg. Scw. k k7KI.Pn
Mlsr "miry Strawber- brother and sNter-ln-law. Dr.I of Clearwater
A, ft 1134. mere
'. 2 J1 pleats, *1.00r thousand 'at Clark A. J of. THOMAS Circuit "nurt., and Mrs. George II. Lowry at the|I years where she Is a valued em- V
i r:.ueberry." TUurmond Farm Bradford County,Ylorldaf8t.tL3 Presbyterian Manse. ployee of the Bank of Clearwater. ' '
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2" ,1617 six BRADFORD COUNTY TELJtfOKAPtl. STAKKK. FLORIDA FRIDAY PECEMR.ER -'.


I ..rFI'111: 1m. 'AI _srem..rlpaa..ees "1tENT GOUGING Corn-Hog Program

MIAMI-A thorough investigation -
With Our FarmersBy
of all reported instance of {Will/Ie: Kevh

"rent gouging" of Winter tourists

t FARMERS SECTION LIVE STATE NEWS here was promised by J. R. Key- The corn-bog-protlucllon

AUBREY FRINK ton president of the Greater Miami program for 1935 11'1' a co

Apartment House Association with slight Comblna

Conducted by Demonstration Agents News of Florida In Short Paragraphs He sold a committee is 1934 program modification the, af

Hog killing time Is here' again, ready to launch an inquiry and Extension Service AgrlcUlt| I
I at
and aa so much of the -meat thatis :: JI. that details would be published of has been Informed Caine!! ,
by
cured in this section has been all It 'la that tural the Agr, ,
Ii I r cases where found Adjustment
JIT -
Improperly handled in the past r_ - Adrninlstrel
rents excessive. Farmers
are
'1 Soil Erosion Is perhaps a few words showing some I.- 1.00O, .' ,WANT" OUT' ESKIMO LIKES MIAMI tract will be signing allowed the 1935 to
of the better ways pf curing meat f
,1 RURAL TALLAHASSEE-More than a SEMINOLES GET CATTLEJACKSNVILLE I ninety per cent of the .
may not be amis MIAMI-An Eskimo Is among aVe
Threat To BasicAmerican number
of
:
thousand Florida convicts will pigs raised
; 1 ap. -For the first In 1932
COMMON SENSE the thousands who are in Miamito
When hogs are killed It shouldbe 1933.
Assets ply to the State Pardon Board this the northern Winter. time since the economic depression a reduction of ten per
done when weather Is cool escape Instead of
week for In various twenty-five
By SPUDS :JOHNSON"PULLBACK" enough to be sure they do not forma. clemency He Is Simeon Oliver 210. His native ,;according to FERA records Adjustment payment per c
will
"'( GAINESVILLE-Soil 1 o s a e s start to spoil within the first ., +.'. ,. ..i name is Nutchuck meaning Seminole Indians have asked for on the basis of $15 be m
r of the per head
Federal
,f\}\ FARMERS through erosion threaten Ameri twenty-four hours It is not only "Little Seal. Nutahuck was bornIn some Government'ssurplus the number of pigs
I basic assets her land and the SAFE BLOWER CONFESSES the Aleutian Islanda. He drag- commodities Herbert E. represented
'if. ca's -- much easier to properly cut up a the ten per cent
HAVE SAME HABITS AS reduction
OKHECHOBEE H. Home Godwin State director of i-
,
to Dr ged his furs across the lobby of surplus
BALKY DRAFT ANIMALSOn ability produce crops says hog after it has been allowed to of this will be paid
O. C. Bryan, professor of soils In become thoroughly chilled but the arrested today'at his Everglades the Dallas Park hotel and register. commodities for FERA,' said he tance of the contract upon ac
t camp near here, confessed Sheriff ed from Alaska.. had been requested to send 600 and the
of Florida Chlgnlk.
the College
University meat is then in proper shape to malnder; less local
farms where the motive
,i Claude Simmons said to blowing a head of cattle Into the adminutra
Evergladesto
the .- -
of who --
spent past
Agriculture be salted. Meat that still has the costs will be paid
mostly is supplied by draft about
1 power safe in the Seaboard Air Line Rail be used in rehabilitating theSemlnoles' Jaau
: in soil erosion work for
animals the lost due to summer animal heat in it should never be JUDGE SATISFIED 1, 1936. The smaller reduction
energy station here three weeks herds.ANOTHER .
: the U. S. Government in the Southeast way ago
salted for that tends to drive the 1939 will make the
balky horses or mules not infrequently ,
-- u
'I: and orders and several FORT MYERS-County Judge
taking -- -
money -- -'to
He adds that conservative heat to the bone and In most ment smaller but the
:: reaches considerable pro David Elmer Ward commenting prod
sacks of mail. i FISH STORY
estimates Indicate that approximately It starts to taint at the will have
cases more
portions. In cases where the time .... ---- -- on action of the State cabinet In hogs to nell
\. 1,000,000,000 tons of soil bone. After it bas been salted the MIAMI-An expensive )limousine The new contract
5 lost has no great value the irritation SCHOOL ATTENDANCE declaring a "closed incident" of carries
,
wash from America's fields annually occupied by a fashionably limitation
has bad effects on drivers and hams shoulders and other pieces 'TALLAHASSEE Attorney charges made against the Girls on purchases of fee
and that the Mississippi river with bone in them should be takento dressed matron stopped at a pigs from contract
: team-mates. Farmers seldom will signers,
held Industrial School at Ocala sa1d he
General Cary-D. Landis bas ,.
retain a persistent balker alone carries over 400,000,000 ton cold storage. The sides can be causeway bridge here and a smartly from non-contract signers
any to let the matter p
y:' longer than 'Is Decennary.When of soil Into the Gulf of Mexico each packed down, In, sal -.anct: allowedto thateompulstuylschool! attendance was Vcontent groomed chauffeur hopped out chases are limited to the over
laws, in Florida' do not apply to rest in the belief that it has safeguarded -
& cooperative effort Is under year. stay for eight days, and then \ Skillfully the driver>put togethera number bought during 1932 .
children of '''tourists who do not the Institution againstconditions
taken for improving the conditions Fortunately for Florida) Dr should be taken up and smoked. rod and reel outfit He fastened 1933.
/ in which I satisfied
maintain residence am
that affect farming the tendency Bryan says that the problem I Is If very large sides, allow longer citizenship have existed there" I to the bridge railing a gadget to The maximum corn acreage il

to balk often shows up not so acute in this state,, but' It time for'curing in salt. the state ,""-, ; .. I hold the free end of the rod at- may be planted under the 1 t

among the man animals of a rural is worthy of cosslderation. Another mistake many'' people MONEYLESS VICTIM tached a bell to the line before contract Is ninety per cent of

F. community. If they Indulge In The erosion cost to the nation make In curing meat is to wash MURDERERS IDENTIFIED throwing: out a baited hook and average for 1932 and 1933. p

'::} pull-back practices at all freely Is estimated at more than $400 the salt off Just as it Is being MIAMI-Angered because his CLERMONT-Chief of Police C. handed the handle of the rod .to ducers may hold out aa much

harm 'Is done to their neighbors 000,000 annually and Is increasing. hung up for smoking This should victim had no money a holdupman E. Sullins said tonight a man anda his employer. thirty per cent of the two]

"" s, as well as themselves. It Is particularly serious in the never be done, for meat that 'Is shot and wounded Sam Clark woman whom he ordered to base average and receive paymi

Folks who are.balky in respect Piedmont region of the Southeast washed in this way will become dog breeder after accosting him leave town several days ago because PROVES UPWARD TREND I in proportion. The rate of paym

where farmers do not have suffi rancid very quickly.. The salt on the street Clark struck in ,they, appeared to-be destitute JACKSONVILLE Further will be thirty-five'cents per bu

sun! clent equipment to build adequate should be scraped off with a dull the right arm, was not seriously had been Identified by several proof of a definite ImprovementIn of estimated ''yield for the ac

can speedily wreck the best-laid terraces and take the proper mea knife and then If borax Is'thor'' wounded. persons here as Mr: and Mrs. Merton Florida business conditions was of coin'land below the base a\

plans for better breaks In agricul cures to control erosion. oughly dusted all over meat side'of '' ,Ward Goodrich widely soughtin submitted by, J. Ed Larson Col. age. This Is five cents per bu,

'( ture. They retard progress from 'In commenting on observationsmade piece (skin side need not have' NOVEMBER HOMICIDES conectlon with the slaying two lector of Internal )Revenue. '"Col- more than the 1934 rate, but

the start and sooner or later dis- while working with the U. S. borax) and then hung for smoking, JACKSONVILLE Twenty-' months ago of 11-year-old Lillian lectlon of Federal revenues for the somewhat different basis of e

ti; 'courage the willing workers from Bureau of Chemistry and Soils the no skippers will bother the meat eight violent deaths. ten of which Gallagher at Detroit. I year ending June 30 were upwardsof mating yield will make the t

,11 continuing effort. IT. S. Forest Service' the Extension even though .it may be left hang were homicides were recorded in .- S4.000.000 in excess of the I rates about the same,

Owners of horses or mules having Service experiment stations another < ing for a year or longer. Of Jacksonville during the month of MAN SHOOTS FRIEND I amount collected during the' preceding Contracting farmers will be
'
,{ the habit of balking find a government agencies, Dr. course care should be taken to see November figures released by OCALA-S. year," Mr. Larson said An- lowed unrestricted use of the 1 li;

meana of overcoming it to consist Bryan says that erosion control I that ragged places are thoroughly C.' Herbert Purdy. statistician for old Eustis automobile D. Strong,salesman 54-year-, other item to which he attached held out of corn production, >

1 of harnessing the animal causing has become one of the major prob. dusted with borax, being' sure to the City Heajta Department, dis Importance was the collection of will be eligible to participateany
he told coroner's
as a .Jury
Ii trouble with a line. Lead animals lems facing the people of the Unit. get the borax in all cracks.: closed.. ",. wept delinquent taxes .owed to the Fed- government corn loan p
9OBJECTS that he accidentally shot his friend
of the type seldom are plentiful ed States, and they may well con After hams shoulders and other : Mad- eral Government. gram put In operation in 1935.
and
fellow-townsman Hugh
.
t t unfortunately. sider natural control TO CATTLE I .
processes.Nature's bony pieces have, been cured- ,
36 while
dox on a hunting trip
"':\\ Balky humans sometimes will sol usually about OCALA-The county commission USEFUL BIRD DOGTALLAHASSEE.John Christmas stands for peace a
I\ way of building a thirty or forty daysIn south of here. Maddox was wounded
1 follow a leadership that has personal cold has ordered a herd of 2,300FERA L. Williams h a pin ess. The tuberculr
be
or preventing erosion Is to keep it storage-they can scraped in p
fatally by a shotgun charge
i! appeal or the capacity for covered. He thinks that this may dusted with borax and hungup drought cattle removed the back of his bead. said hereafter may go out to hunt Christmas seal brings both-E

}, making them ashamed. On a greater be done most effectively by reforesting to smoke,.as in the case of the from a pasture in the northeast Maddox ,Strong short distance quail and leave his gun at home. nowl!
was walking a -
..;; number of occasions members lands unsuited to agriculture aides. Don't wash until ready to section of Marlon County before Williams bagged a,quail one'day .
ahead of him when the
: of the tribe rrftia to'' pull a fair I and keeping growing crops on cook for if you do the meat will Jan. 15. Cattlemen protested quar- blame gun last, week according to his own Tuberculosis causes most deal
went off. He cleared of
r.. share of the los'l. n.> matter with 'agricultural lands. The inherent become rancid. tering of the cattle brought from waa story, without firing a shot. His between fifteen \and forty-five I

} whom they may bo :harnessed. values of land must be consideredand the mid-west drought area, in'the by the Jury which returned a verdict dog, a two-year old pointer caught best years of life.

iJ Recourse to government controlof proper land use policies for the Last Saturday the writer talked section.. dental.that the shooting was acci- the quail in its mouth as the bird ....

of agriculture operations has future as well as the present must with a number of farmers', among ...... rose from a flush. Local nimrods WILD BUCK CHASE

,'j:' come about i-i zrc-t degree because be followed them being B. D. Woodward who 80 ARRESTED I HAWK VS. ROOSTER who heard of the incident said they ''HASTINGS-Whether or

the balky element In sundry While the erosion problem Is not stated that he was one of the first TALLAHASSEEViolations of never knew before-of a dog catching Mr Ripley believes it Earle B

bt situations' prevented the success of so serious in Florida, the losses to start growing strawberrieshere hunting, fishing and trapping COCOA-When V. E. Shelton a quail on the wing unless it local nimrod has a fine buck *

4' other'methods.. Compulsion came through leaching do amount to ; T. L. Milliard. R. N. Crawford laws since Oct. 27 have broughtthe went to his farm near here Monday hall "been wounded. and one of the most unusual but
;'% In when cooperation failed. the morning he found somethingIn stories to locally I
millions of dollars annually he and Ray Newsom. All reported arrests of eighty persona Ing crop up

,Federal intervention Into crop says. In a large measure this la strawberries in excellent shape, state conservation department has his chicken yard that was un- ODD SUICIDE ATTEMPT years.. 'The deer was bagged In t

output and products marketing due to Inadequate land covers; but needing rain quite badly; but announced. 'The majority of cases usual. In one corner of.the chic- TALLAHASSEE1 attemptby Scrub, In Marion County. BI
t was made feasible almost altogether of ken was one of the largest to commit suicide to for his dee
mulches and cover crops to bind as this la being written it looks were disposed of through pleas pen a prisoner by however;had run
,f through the consequences of chicken hawks ,Mr.., Shelton ever wads of in his troat of swimming
the soil and hold the plant food. as if this need'may be supplied.We guilty, the department said stuffing paper to: say nothing
; lacking teamwork in the ranks of jo conserve the soil, it must be hope so anyway., saw, he saws and underneath it while he was held In a solitary confinement declared. The story Bird tm

farmers and growers: The HAWK DROPS! FISH was a Japanese sllkey rooster punishment cell at a road started when the big buck dar
kept covered. government inspection and
\it Benefits thereunder still are standardization DAYTONA BEACH Mallssa, both dead. Mr. Shelton says that camp was reported to the state away unharmed by a shower
'l of
a t r a wberry
lessened in proportion as the balky negro maid for the B. J.'Mistretta apparently the hawk had swooped prison bureau last week. The lead from the Hastings man's gi

#:-,, contingent in any agricultural bet- Hints To Housewives packs seems of all to meet with and the approval family heard a noise in the air. down, to kill the rooster as his prisoner was' Vernon Johnson 18- Bird took up the chase which

terment group 'is able to make Itself growers everyone She looked up to sea'a sea gull prey. when the rooster offered bat.tie. year-old white boy sentenced Aug. said continued three miles. Fin
seems to feel that with the
i felt. chasing' n fish hawk. 'The fish Becoming injured the hawk nust 20, 1934 from Duval Countyto Iy the buck took to water, Bird
elimination of
cull berries
which
,\'4 Selling balky work-stock "down Weekly from Home Demonstration : this Inspection will automatically, hawk dropped a pound and a half probably had to stay and fight it four, years for grand larceny pursuit. About 200 yards was

'1 the river" was old-time procedure Speclalhtte, Tallahassee mullet almost la: her lap. Mallssa's out with the rooster with, the result the deer could do. Bird overha
do prices will be better 'and there
x1, that gave relief. folks had fresh mullet for supper I that the battle was a draw Christmas seals do their share. Ing his- quarry finished it off aI I
will be a much better demand for
i that both died. I Are doing ? I his hunting knife
night.GRANUSTd,14D you yours
,
Suey In the much has I
4': If people who buy Christmas Pork Chop past so poor stuff J

'v.: seals in Florida would follow their Ingredients: 1 1-2 to 2 cupfuls gone Into market that the consumers COLLAPSES -

,;,( money through to see what it accomplishes shreded cooked lean pork 2 cup- were too often 110'dlsguated MARIANNA-i Several persons cLORILA ....1 .
E -HIGHLIGHTS! { NN 1I-f//pMIt
"+J they would regard It as fuls shreded onion 2 cupfuls shred- that they were afraid to buy even were injured here in the collapseof : ... me LUxNnr6y

an Investment rather than a gift. ded celery 2 cupfuls meat brothcr when good berries were being sold. a grandstand at the ball park I .
A thin gravy 2 cupfuls sliced raw '- while a crowd watched a "donkey" "n k.-e' Ar. Nytrr ,4, '

PRE '.UASOFFlia Jerusalem artichokes or radishea Alf unmarked stock should be baseball game., Eight persons were -, rwi.ri"Jt t-I'' { .Z(4 .:1. ..,?t..e. : W
M' 1 shredded, 4 table- +
green pepper s
marked during the winter months known to have received Injuries 0D 1 t
spoonfuls-soy sauce, 2 tablespoon- ... .. ,
when the screw worm fly is not so while several'' others had .minor +n f l. r e? +
fuls fat, 1 tablespoonful cold water WOZID a
FAMOUS
and scratches
much on the wing. If done now, bruises
1 teaspoonful cornstarch and
the cuts and scars will have time ---
SPONGE
AMTA&POM
salt to taste. CAPTURED'BACKWARDS I
to heal before warm weathers with ,'
'
::' Brown meat lightly In half LAKE CHARLES-.A tarpon, '' "
the ,
the : sir
new crop or screw worm fllea. i 1'S
1I the fat and remove from the skil Of course care should be taken to greatest game fish in southern waters i'R/NGS '
t in landed In the west pass a' v vi .
let. Cook the pepper and onion sterilize all cuts and the usual was

the rest of the fat a few minutes.Ad pine> oil repellant should be used of Calc as leu kiver'near the gulfin '
salt broth or 'a freakish manner,, A 137-
the celery meat in to avoid '
even whiter -
gravy cover and simmer for five chance of infection..any poaible pounder struck'' the line, of W. L. ; : I J

mlnutea Mix the cornstarch and Freeman of Lake Charles with Its -i
-
i i1Y
.' water until. smooth stir Into the I At this time of year It is customary tall while striking at mullet, and .

mixture, and cook for a few minutes 1 to begin burning off the was landed after fight which
longer Ad the artichokes or lasted an hour and ten minutes. off
f woods. In order to green up the :
radishes, or substitute for them. 1 .
r wire
grass for cattle. This is certainly AGENT LOSES ARM
of sliced Brazil nuts or toasted
e cup a very destructive practice Norton, county
OCALA-Clyde
I 'Add sufficient -,
in
almonds. sauce
soy and farmers who allow it to be who lost his left
agent
I agricultural
quantity to give the desired done will regret the, loss of timber amputation as result of
tt flavor and then salt to taste. Serve arm by
7f. very shortly when paper pulp in Jurlea;>, ecelved In a highway accident -
with hot flaky rice. } RI
wood begins to be used here. Be- resting isM.4.

t Wb Y.p .N..II Sausage, and Fried PineappleMold Ides if.woods are allowed to'''remain comfortably XtyatiumpkaJa In "a local' hospitaL

: flat sausage cakes one- rough for a few years the I l naNorton< la
half Inch thick.< Cook the sausage BayrtWg'cotn '
; becomes better
range gradually ,
expected to .
cakes until brown and crisp on recover
for wild then be-
ecM'on Of TLOKIDA many grasses
j: \1LI".frrm ." in nook form,, both sides In a heavy uncovered come established which are usually grazing will have"to' be light and I

-". Is 4vailao. at fifty cents each skillet.. Remove the cakes drainon burned and do not get a start stock'should Ibe ''removed before ;
.
whll t:>ey: J lart. An nmarir col- absorbent paper and keep If t aUowed to grow, carpet grass grain begins to 'run up for seed

;1. Isctlon of Plorlrta sutjectl--aU warm in the oven. Drain slicesof does well In this section but It And by the way, these small
:k' 'lutl..tl'd-embrn.:nR htrange flab, and brown
canned pineapple
tropic birds rare plants unurftml does not like burning annually. grains help put wonderfully in .
them In the sausage fat. Serve Wire at beat Is but of shortage" corn the
, daces or .nteront. outjtftRdlnj land- grass a poor case pre-
marks historlo! chlll'Qcten and nat the hot sausage cakes on the pine pasturage for stock and. is only vious' year. They serve aa both

r., ural phenomena.'! Tho worlt U and ace! apple on a hot platter. Link sausage good; for about sixty days beforeIt grain and hay> when properly. cur- # a .M t tr 9 S A

,
Interesting. the
; curate. Intensely may be cooked and served .
y becomes too for
tough use. ed.
\ from :; ,
fir: l' tur of f'1"l'ld" hIs. -
i'u' i"ie gl 'oorous uages
. ;i" \nry. Ch'vien no the 1934 FJoikia And speaking of pastures right One market that Florida farmers -

,I"r World's 'air douvonlr. Never bee Christmas seals are penny now it might be well to call attention have never tried to supply T n. ITS

1 pub1911e4. health insurance. Are you mailing to the fact that there cornea atime I and whicb offers an, excellent ,.

,;.j.'1',' t'-achers.! A perfect tin for north.. ill your packages and letters with In the early spring when pas I chance for concerted action.' la the ;' NATC//E'

fti '.n friends or Plorldlani.. Distinctive these premiums pasted on the tures are always rather poor. This supplying of capons to the finer D

'!i' & unusual Informative. HAtd.y back? can easllYl/ be provided by planting I hotels catering to the,, wealthy

tome nobbled 4-color PTOCOM, never, right now a few acres of oats rye, tourists who annually visit our
;h, 121 UlUHtraUons. Sue 7% x U.
!
Mailed containers wit Italian winter rye grass and Aua- I state. Why not let's get together
lJ:. In special !) Prevent Getting Up
'\.r.", lenders name and address Foams trlan winter peas. In planting the i and start raising capons to supply Y /

:' prepaid to anywhere in the United NightsA winter peas care should be! takento this market? Capons invariably

mates.EbtJTHERN. PRCfMAR CLAIM see that they are properly in- bring fancy prices in market,andit

: noculated with bacterln for la not much trouble to raise
-
t'' FEA'fuRBar: rNoT producing
: 10 This manufacturer admit that ht*
i t I 1 N. Newnan St.. Jacksonville! Fix product may not be the bent remedy nitrogen nodules. If these them. etrIJy

: Gentlemen: Enclosed find S.....' doe for Irritation know that u< he the,la bladder.eelllna million He. peas> are grown this winter they It was in 1890'that the sponge industry business immediately started on a :

ys'; for which please send .to... conies or them. 'Thia could 1 not be ,can be pastured after they get up Now I* the time to plant fruit ,, in the Gulf waters;' was started on increase until of recent year it l Ill; has
:1\ of Florida Highlights the fol don. unl."* thousands were' nuooemiful. aome size and then Just before trees. Every home should have at all'
commercial basis in Florida. Dollar Fl&nu
It
'N lowing;, He *ay "You be the a was termed a "Million
( Judire." net a I6i box BU K JUTtI. planting time In the spring If they least enough fruit for home use. then that one of the settlers "
early .of
1 .......... .......,...... .......... After .rJ't.; .. *, U m".I-HUKidl'ethe .. ;.J hack your Tarpon Springs, Mr. John K. Cheyney One of the most cnrore of all
......... ....... bladder laxative, are mad. from stand for two weeks and corn or future use or sold. A variety orchard art
.n.i ...u.. Juniper borrlee, Buohu leaven. .,... other crop planted on the same can b* made to bring In a sent out the first "hooker" boats. As creatures that inhabit Florid: na

f.4;' ......... .............. .......... They.H acid drive. Thli out Imvurltle relieve the and Irritation ea.ee. ground, you will be surprised at little revenue.throughout the year; time went manyother' prominent- ; i the SKA' HOUSE. Ukthe Pn>e'wglfn'"hc"

I.." N................................... which, burnlnaand catme you to set ..upnlKhtK the> considerably greater yield you often at times ,wehn it,Is needed Tarpon Springs people Jbecame envnsrvd .which family they bctonp, t!" aro
Bendera You are. hound to feel frequent batter.d'after will get. Oat. and rye can be rather badly 'on meet f rm.. The in ihe sponge business, until in.1905. toe t take charge of the eggs 'whi npt

1ame ..... nu/.... title fluehlnir: ,and you rot .veer j I graced even when It Is desired to-I!,writer will be glad to advise aa to 'I.ist divers were brouuht in bv Mr. tt t rert in an abdominal pouch ana re.
'
... ...,............. reirnlar oheU'a Drue eleep. Store.Guaranteed' by Mlt- cut, for hay but In..this case ,proper kinds to plant, ac'pk nlt hu suS.l.s( le' ,, qtb, tuatn these u it1Mtc ed Q



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Ap ---- ----- --- __ BRADFORD COUNTY TEL1CGRAPD. STAR1t 1. FLORIDA PAGE SEVJC1Ir
I -
...-- DIRECTORY -- -- -- --'-- -- -.- --'. ____.____ __ m._ on._ _____ __ -..--- ------,,-.-... --.- .., -_. .
CRCRCII - --r
MRS ALICE ADKINS TWENTY OUNCE BABY
-" L
jet Church BEHIND

f1J'11'School-C B Price..1000a.m.: Pa.tor. 11 The Story of the Bible Told in Pictures Funeral services-were held at ounce ST. baby PETERSBURG boy born to Mrs Louis 20- ,

:; Wor.hlp-11-00 a m. the Sapp Cemetery, near New River, Menzione, New York City died

og .6.15 in.ohgWorship" Th. "........" N Monday morning for Mrs Alice here. The mother was describedby
? U. : p. '
p, -7:30: p. m. State Capital Adkins, 71, who died suddenly Saturday the attending physician as
N...... E "having a difficult time" but was '
Servlce7:30hsw'nvltedtoaUour s"c morning at her home In
e
rraymr '
Week expected to recover. The baby ,
Br OSCAR;oar:vso wand S Gainesville, from a heart attack, was born prematurely and exceptfor
servjlettioawTcharcll :
KBTIT: WATSONTALLAHASSEEIt: with Rev. Don A Cooke In charge Its diminutive slue, was per-
\ of the service fectly normal the physician Bald

Mrs. Adklns was born April 21, .
u Montgomery Pastor travelling salesmen seems that :1"'T 1863, in Union County, Fin.,, the Every advanced case of tuberculosis
B M. are finding ,a was an "early case" once.
Aft. Bonanza in the sale of daughter of the late Silas B. and
ySchooI10a.m.SfWorshlp11 lottery tick- Early discovery means early recovery -
Byrd. She wan marriedto
m.League6:45 Margaret
a.
ets In Florida-that
Is, at least Christmas seal funds help
: p. 111: some of Henry S. Adklns on December
them because It
orth seems 1t find the early case.
tiling WarSblp-7SO p. m. that a few are finding It easier to ,. er-- 30, 1880, Mr. Adkins precedingher .

141 are Invited to all these serv- sell lottery tickets than it is their In death several years ago. Christmas seals are the hall-
respective general lines. ,., She was a member of the Christian malk of health. But them and

---- Church. The lottery business In Florida Church. uso them generously.
.. Pre8b.tt'rllln Minister Is as real as it is anywhere else She is survived by two daughters -
,
George H Lowry School. In the world. People are demand Mrs. D. D. Davis, Miami, and GRAND UNION
0.00 a. m.-Sabbath Worships ; ing the tickets being issued by the .rP Mrs. H. N. Kendall, of Wilmington TEA COMPANY
100: A Morning Irish, Canadian, Mexican and Cu v N. C.; three sons State's Attorney Superior line Coffer. Tee Splcee
by the pastor.Christian En- ban lotteries seemingly as readily J. C. Adkins, Gainesville; food Specialties-!
fap. m-JunIor as If they were our own lotteries. 'Claude H. Adkins, of Miami, and hold NerpMltle h' I
rae. Therefore the lottery game Is Elmer M. AdkIns, of Ashland Park, Coupon with purchases redeemable I
very II
_
,30 p. m. Evening Worship. real, and is not to be discounted. N. J.; one brother, F. M Byrd, of for useful. articles. Orders ,,\ I
The lure of great prizes seems to Jacksonville; two sisters, :Mrs taken at: your home and deUv,1,1 f freed ,

be Just as Inherent with Floridians Lou Walker, of Jacksonville and 1

JOB JONES as It Is with the residents of any Miss Sarah Byrd of St Petersburg. ', Ilenponslbto mun wanted esaSalesman ...l'
The DeWitt C. Jones Company,
] of the countries named Just O.: C. CALLAWAY Distributor
Comments On Here how much Is being contributed by had charge, of the funeral arrangements I P. O. Bos Gal, Green Cove Spg j

Florida is, of course, a moot question v I t,
-
And Hereafter Suffice! to say It is very '

fJ considerable.Sitting in coffee shops and oth- FUNERAL DIRECTORS :
be a number'of i
twill I possibly article er popular rendezvous of the Intelligentsia uur Many Yean Experience Makes It Possible for U. to Render .

[1 in to American before this paper Ireland I am appears whereto wrlt- lottery and,Its we opportunity hear the subject discussed. of- c : i t> _4' : % EFFICIENT PROMPT MODERATE and COURTEOUS PRICES SERVICE .e'. hDeWITI' ,

northern
from We hear bland salesmen tell
COMPANY
conducting evangelistic ser C. JONES
have always wanted. to their friends that this and that Boss Find. Ruth GU.ninc in th. Fl.Id.-During the time of Israel under the Judges, Elimolech, an STAKKK. FLOHIUA
N. I country. My moth. state official, and this and that Cphrathlte of Bethlehem-Judah and his wife. Naomi,. and their two sons went In time of famine and lived --.. .
this
j to from the north county officer are patronizing the In the land of Moab. Here EhmeUch died, and after about ten years his son, who had married two of the l
i people were system, to the end that the un- daughters of Moab, Orpab and Ruth died also. Naomi returned to her native town, and Ruth who could
[Ireland, The people here are wary feels that he la safe in mak not be dissuaded, accompanied her casting her lot with the people of Judah. The two women arrivedIn
clous and hospitable. They are ing a purchase because his elected Bethlehem at the beginning of the barley harvest la a state of dire poverty. Ellmtlech had bad an in-
Actively evangelistic. A Scotch officer Is doing the same thing heritance of land among his brethren but, unless the next: of his kin could be found Naomi would be For Expert RepairingSmith's o
liter who Is a pastor In Idvol Of course this is not the case, be- compelled to sell ib Elimolech had a prosperous relative In Bethlehem named Boa, who like others, was JCf
I. speaking to me a few days cause the average official Is care- engaged in the harvest: Naomi sent Ruth to glean in his fields. By the advice of Naomi,' Ruth claimed
j said. "The English'' have pol- ful Indeed to avoid any chance kinship with Boat. Boat was willing to take up the duties of the next of kin and married Ruth by whom {+
itbe! Scotch have depth, and the taking of this character he became the father of Obed the grandfather of King David. This illustration is by Merlin, and was GaragePhone
have heat. I have met -- engraved In 1625.

j Irishmen who have culture The Governor at least got con-
[who have depth, but all the siderable publicity when he visit- license tag cost between the two Mrs. Alvarez Hopes left" ''many persons Infected with
i people I have met are fervent ed Warm Springs to see the Presi- tales Is great.. the disease who must be soughtout 120

I most responsive to the gos- dent this week. He was one of the It costs infinitely more to buy For Sale's Success and prevented from Infecting

First State executives, among the a tag for either private or com- others. Early diagnosis by physi- Wrecker Service Day or Night
r Southeastern executives expectingto mercial purposes in Florida than While thousands of residents of cal and x-ray examinations( and

attention has been called to see the President and his "everythlng'is It: does in Georgia. Georgia's Governor Bradford County are offering their skin testing' of children will be -

Ky which appeared rein on the up and up" got Talmadge has been Insistent thanks for blessings bestowed up- made available through the salt -. .
editorial - -- -- -------
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Uy "The Belfast News." It Is wide publicity because it was that that there be an even reciprocal on them ,, during 1934, there are of Christmas Seals.
sort of that the Presi- agreement between the two states still others who are offering a
much In line with what I have language LESLIE. LEAMINGTON
preaching that I, am quoting dent likes to hear In this day of so Florida has been adamant in Its opposition prayer of hope-hope that the 1034 REV HICKS HOTEL
entire paragraph.' "Whither much organized criticism to such proposition, feel- Christmas Seal sale will be a success Funeral services were held Sunday

we tending? How often do we Ing that it would be unfair rn afternoon at the Church "Miami's Most\ Popular Hotel"s
ourselves the question in re- The State Supreme Court has charge Florida truck operators a This .statement was made by God, In Jacksonville, for Rev, Leslie

to politics, to social questo been in existence for eighty-eight much greater sum, and permit Mrs J. M. Alvarez, chairman of Hicks, pastor of the Branford -
scientific thought, and, years, but In this period of almosta Georgia trucks bearing three dollar the: 1934 Christmas Seal campaignSeal Church of God, who died at his NE 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard

all, to religion T As regards century, only forty-two Justices licenses to come Into the stateat campaign In the county. home there Saturday night'after a
on, it Is only as the question have served it. In this era, the will and distribute their wares. "With the economic stress of the short illness. Overlooking HuyfrOnt Parjc: & Biscayne Bay
bee Christianity that It mat- forty-two Justices have rendered The negotiations between the times," she said. "we will have to The ..service was conducted by
seriously. There Is no rell- nearly J.0,000 opinions. In recent motor vehicle departments of the work harder than,ever before in Rev, E. W. Williams and Rev. T, Opposite Union Bus Station

that competes with Chris.Ity years, the court has called upon two states have been going for- order to raise fund necessary for W. Godwin ,and Interment was
for world dominion todaypt circuit Judges to render a few opInions ward with little promise of success. carrying on the; program.. Tuber made In Edgewood Cemetery under
the religion of the secular- and these have written 327. Georgia's recent acquiescence in culosis, as many other diseases, is the direction 'of Boree and Gld- Lowest Rates Ever Quoted
Florida's demands was received more the' unem- dens.
tor, in his own way, the secuitit During the same period, It has prevalent among .
In view of and destitute than Rev. Hicks was the son of Rev
Is a religious man., Just as been the practice to call upon a with no little surprise, ployed among
called com- the circumstances.If other classes of persons. The malnourished and Mrs. E. L. Hicks, of Saxton. '
t one hundred per cent Chris- given number of so neglected, hungry chil- Single, Room with Bath __. _?__"__.________ $1.50 11
rendered
ki alms at bringing God Into missioners. These The have opinions writ- there are those who are figuring dren of today are potential cases 60,000 of the 600,000 active cases Double Room With Bath _. ___-_..____________ 2.00 i,
my phase and part of human 272 opinions.
and that there will be a hundred of tuberculosis tomorrow. of tuberculosis known In the Unit-
t, so the secularist alms at ex- ten by both commissioners ALFRED SIMONS Manager.
in the :Jay session of the 1935 legislature, "Last year, 1,039 persons died ed States today are children under l lfe
Him from It completely circuit Judges do not figure
idlng ._ .
they might Just as well forget It. of tuberculosis In Florida.' They fifteen. --- -
ll thoroughly. Which power lapig totals In behalf of 42 Judges serv-
said with full au- -
For it may be
to sway civilized man dur- ing during the last eightyeightyears.
ir the next few years? la lifeping thority, that the Governor will
to be more secularized T Or, A summary of the work of the condone no such contingency.There .
I It going to become more and various Justices of the court dur- will be no extra session in NEWSPI1I NT HP6R +
the Governor's ten-
we ailed God-coloured" and God-dl- ing tribunal the period is very of existence interesting.of the It ure 1935 of, or office.during Therefore, what is

-. Rivers H. Buford, with eleven to be done, must bo done during
S shows
K of service to have written the regular sixty day session ..
The writer of the preceding arWe years and that Is plenty.
other Justice -
M says that conscience there are signs In Individuals of- more of opinions the court than, except any J.B. Whit- President of the .
iwakenlng Henry Filer GREAT NEW
A
his thirtyone -
field, who Is now closing
everywhere, and that there Florida Educational Association, J Ja
i much talk of a revival. He year of service. exceeds I and President of the Florida Lea- .. .
Buford
of
(uotea Mr. Beverly Nichols who The record who gue for Better Schools, Is fully
YI, "I believe that we are about even that of Justice Taylor, convinced that the 1935 Legislature
iii witness in England a religious retired In 1935 after thirty-five will not vacillate In the leastIn "

nival of such Intensity that it .years of continuous service on the the matter of appropriating $7,- natouaaYnave, Foda; Sndusfrij

.J well cause the kindred move- bench Court In recent :500,000 as state aid for schools. -
Mata of history to seem like fee- The Supreme The only question with him Is how
-
with a greater
faced
<* plaints and weak gestures. years has been the the legislature will finance It.
than
tare Is every sign of" 'It, and ev- States amount of Texas of business, California, New There Is every indication to be- Mi + YAd most slarliing:: Industrial development in the history of Florida i i. the fact that young
T reason for it. too. The editor lieve that Mr, Filer Is no longer THE
Mme, as we have tried to warn York, and New Jersey.found Members to be thinking in terms of a three cent pine can now be economically manufactured into white newsprint paper-an accomplishment '
Ib, of the court are now for d' J
Christian people In 'America' sacrifice of gasoline revenues '
tat we are facing spiritual aan- burning the mid-night oil, taking school purposes, because of his recently: proved by Dr. Charles H. Herty hiapulp milt laboratory in Savannah -
In
be, adespera.te
needs
ralatlc fr. Modernism preachers has have failed..emptied Mod- their work effort home to If"catch up with at firm the belief expense that of to comparably do BO would Important be- r aaa' ns Georgia. A North Florida newspaper hat actually been printed on paper made at this 4

!be churches practically'_ every- the docket"The has already caught needs- .roa 3. mill, showing exceptionally good results.

1Ibere. There is a swinging back Court criminal docket, and Mr. Filer is believed to have Here is Southern that with importations valued at
'to the evangelical orthodox position 'up with Its those convicted of lowered his sights to the "belief y"y a new industry can compete favorably

The danger now Is that we may go this means that In the lower that schools cannot possibly anticipate $170,000,000 annually-an industry admirably suited to conditions Florida one that '?
into' criminal charges
a .
religious fanaticism. If the : than one cent of the
"U can't freeze us to death with I court cannot now look forward Court as to gasoline more revenues must inevitably gravitate to this Slate, if we but grasp the opportunity presented. Raw material -
modernistic I .meals\ to the Supreme
&y to burn us preaching up with then fanaticism.he will an Instrument .and an agency to Mr. Filer Is now making ad- is abundant; labor costs are low; climate permits year-round operation; fuel and, s.1.

At the Bob Jones College I am al- bring about ,delay of execution of dresses to Educational; meetingsall and is economical.
n11 conviction.It over the state, preliminary to power supplies are nearby water transportation
telling "Be or-
our students
"J*>x, be fervent, but stay in the Is the Court's the confident next twelvemonths belief the tional meeting Association of the State at Jackson-Educa- ft IL A recent survey showed that if only half of the timber stand in 37 counties of North
wUle within
It. tangent"of the road.There Don't la go''off to that It will have caught up with ville during the first week of Jan- Florida were available for pulp mills, it would require sixteen 200-ton mills over },

lit"k a great need within the going next its "civil docket"that ,perlod.clvll and this means cases uary.the At program that time of it the Is State expectedthat Educational thirty years to exhaust the supply. At t the end of that period ,under fire protection and

Wdle-of.the-road years for a sane fervent., well trained..ortho-. will that have within speedy hearings that Association and will that be thenceforth very forestry practice there would be more new growth pines available for pulpwood than j
in evolved,
* of litigation definitely
of the cost "
leadership much
1 'recent years will be reduced. until the meeting of the leg* when the operation started f

The Supreme Court will be much Islature there will educators be little ques-have Most of this country's present newsprint supply comes from Canadian spruce ti
what"G" collection agency than it tion as to what the
. less has been of a In the past-to use very I In mind, in the way of a definite I I Paper (from Florida pine can be produced for $31.70 I per ton as compared with.

'l --, base words. It means also that school appropriations program. '
will $43.26 for the Northern product.
,1 ''.. :O> the the cost of Jurisprudence andC.
, be considerably reduced In Florida Both Governor David Sfcolta Facts (like these are important NEWS-indicating a brilliant future for Flor
are proving adept I
, of Justice greatly ex- B. Treadway
, #"'-k' ".J" and pedited the,'ends because those who woulduse fliers. now that the state has Its ; ida's growth and development. We mwl not hesitate to tell 'the world' ;

the court to delay Justice since will himself own air Is buggy.demonstrating The Governor that he about. our'advantage and possibilities. Broadcast the story of our opportunities '
find It too costly a procedure
Justice and determinations will be 1'I is an air-minded executive automobile aftera and -through a carefully planned program of national advertising( ;
of
e period
long
y Silvleri. quickly meted-out train travel. Bring people and new capital here expand our consumer mal') ( ; 1

..... !Mete rr Ni The State of Florida and Georgia lets. Advertise. .. for RESULTS I -* "
i M-.ertyy: _a.ee.ea h ...... have finally come together on CARD OF TIIANKS ". : rt
'. .. II.......... agreement which has We wish to express our thanks ,
... .. a reciprocal who
.
'- ... and appreciation to those
.. for many
.-..... ...- been hanging fire and thoughtful of us
were' kind
. A.. ,h. ... .*. mouths. It has now states been that agreed four during so the recent illness and The All Florida Committee is a non-partisan.. .. dprofit

<**. ..._ .MM ,.. Mktf s eala between the month two will be permittedto death of our loved one. Especiallydo non- organization for the promotion ,of e cAlL I DA {;

: -.M-) s. ..-J trucks cross per the state line without we appreciate the many beauti- Florida! welfare as a whole. Study these \ e
ay '
. to take out a license tag ful floral offerings.W. weekly announcements carefully( that you
IAROLD...-....... having having the name of either state. In E Torode. and family. may know Florida and thus be bola.titled .to. COMMtjr LE .. "j jVl '
.C.'WALL draout negotiations.
the long, had distinctly the advantage A 'good health policy for yourchild co-operate ia je.prosperity. f' ...t. _
L iN4tTItANcrtg'h Florida has In is a sheet of Christmas sesls.'iit.11' .
difference ,
1" e4 n.oamA. ,, in that the
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; Bradford County Telegraph ',' It seems KEEP that TIIIS the PART Strawberry( Maybe You've r Economic Highlights | f AMAZE- MI -iiTE"-

Marketing Agreement in FJorlda
Established 1877 (Industrial News Review SCIENTIFACTS ..:;. BY ARNOLD
_. baa fallen upon evil days. News ( )
comes that Its abolition Is being Heard It But -
Published Weekly and Entered Second Class =-- .
: on Fridays as urged 'in a petition circulated -
Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. among growers In Plant City,and ff.ppe... .Dividend.* That Affect Chwkl the..DI.
-. -- other sections In the southern part Mussolini Won't Hells *f Ever Jdlrlda.I-N..
,
: Play
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:L. Matthews\ ___..?..___,______..__?_..Editor and Owner of the state. And Is the face of our printing Inseparable tltmal !! International From Local Problem W.lfar...

-- After the petition has been signed department red'',this week (Instead -
t; SUBSCRIPTION RATE it will be Kent to Secretary of of black.) An Indignant member 'The three great Pacific powers
Agriculture Wallace asking him to of the Bachlorette's Club Informsus -the: United States, Great Britain
\ ; Yearjy/ $1.50; Sis Months\ 73c-Payable in Advance "completely abolish" the proposed that on 'the Invitations we and Japan-are at present involved I

Advertising Rates on Application marketing set-up. printed recently for the organization in a complicated embroglfo -
., Very little opposition to the we had muslo by "The. 8 with counter-plots, quiet diplomacy -r
agreement was voiced at the meet' Duces'r Instead of "The 8 Deuces." : and plain ordinary hard-feelings .
nip Buy Christmas Seals. Ing held In Starke several weeks Just a little matter of a misplaced"e" dominating the proceedings, and

O ago at which time our representative Anyway, whoever comes to with the chance of armed conflict
on the control committee was the Woman' Club building tonight in the offing,
'The saddest words of tongue or pen: It's time to buy elected. It Is understood; however expecting.to dance to an orchestra As Raymond Leslie Buell recently

your tag again" that there Is some dissatisfaction composed of eight Mussolinls Is goIng pointed out in a feature articlein

o -- wUb.ih. pact (In..thla, ctlon.also. I to be awfuUy disappointed.The the New York Times, the three- WORLD'S GREATEST WAVES
: among those who doubt whetheror power navy discussions, now going 1Ma CONSTANT WtsT WINOLOw1N6
: Better keep off the highways. if you get too much Christ not it Is practical.The Baclilorettes say that from on In London have reached an Impasse ; ON TNB ftMOMLLEM leAS SOUTH

"; mas pptrit.l Telegraph does not know advance information a record because of disagreement O* CAP HORN CREATE WAVES' '
: enough about the Intricacies of the crowd .is expected to turn out for over three vital issues: I taoo peer 105! PROM
''J l o ; strawberry Industry, from the the affair One or two members First, the military question,. Involving CREST TO CReST.
:, To a lawyer "court" is a noun, but to a young man in love growers' and .shippers' points of, have been practicing the Contin- Japan's demand for naval e S

it is just a verb. view to advise whether or not the ental on the side so don't 'wear parity with Great Britain and I J e O
"k agreement is workable In Its. pres- your new shoes-chances are they America (the present ratio Is 5- I p. f r .
f 0 ent form. We sincerely hope will be stepped on. 6-', with Nippon on the short end) ; LIGHT JAZZ' e f f L E $ 8
,
,7 A special week has been proclaimed for everything except however that If parts of it are reconsidered The more we'think about it the Second; the political question, involving COLOR MUSIC .MAS neccxny!

I bill-paying. and laterwithdrawn\ at more" we- are" -convinced that this Japan's ambition to expand 1 MEN MADE DIRECTLY FROM SOU*)
:_ least one phase of .It.wIU remain office should get a cut on the gate into Asia; OP ...msTRUMCNTa AND PLASHED ON 0 r f f .1!. _
,. .<>. -and that is federal Inspection., receipts for advertising that music Third, the commercial ,,question SxaiKM IN TIME WITH THE OftCHMTRA. 'i' ri
'r) Only seventeen days 'til Christmas-but let Santa Claus Almost every other portion of would be furnished< by eight Ital- Involving 'expansion of Japanese ,
the agreement has come In for Its ian premiers. Jn i our estimation it foreign trade, at the -expense
,:;., do the :worrying. share of criticism but we have was a swell?Iece of publicity and of England and the United States. I

o-__- yet to bear one fair-minded grower we deserve some remuneration for Japan has flatly refused to continue -- jr_
or shipper who was not In favorof perjuring ourselves. the existing naval ratio-she a "
: ', The Italians are a strong race from the exercise they get New CITIES -
having some form of Inspection demands parity and. threatens to
1:1:,, eating spaghetti. I of the fruit before It leaves the The English sign no more treaties when the 1700 NEW emit NAVE

; 0----- shipping platform. The English! are a funny folk; present one runs out in 1936, unless COM INTO EXISTENCE IN TUB

,t If your son is learning the cornet you can still be thankful This inspection! is no new thing. Conduct themselves quite dumbly. it la given her Both Englandand U.S. IN THE LAST roarv YJAMI .
It has always' been within the They spell a name Cholmondeley the U. S. are afraid to agreeto
Wi. \ that it isn't a bagpipe.. reach of growers" who were willing And then pronounce it Chumly.' parity-yet each nation knows

o to pay the salary of a man to that if Japan starts building ships, as any other In the election of

s Trouble with "the children's hour" these days is that i it carry it on. The marketing agree Classified ad; Lovable Lady.- romantic undeterred by treaties they will I TOO LATE Democratic Speaker be will be <0
ment requires tbe employment of with money craves friend- havo to follow. The result! would fered Committee assignments an
lasts about half the night. such a man and that .is one phaseof ship. Please write today.., S-Club !"ea gigantic naval race, costing invited to party ciucuseo. Noth
o the pact that should remain 39," Oxford, Fla. ?. hundreds of millions of dollars, and TO CLASSIFY ing can prevent his occupying

c They say that nervous people lose their hair, fastest even If all otue"s are wIthdrawn:' Write, my eye., How far is It Increasing ,the chances' for war Br RUSSELL KAY suite in the House Office Bullclin]
to Oxford ? Once a nation newly, develops a along with representatives froil
-0-- anyway : S...r..ary. ., Florida Press A_..
J" from, pulling it out., no doubt. first-class naval qr, military machine Florida/ Georgia and Alabama. H|
11 SORE SPOT HEALED
? 0 'I .. Dirty, Pig .Dept. it Is Inevitably eager .to tryit la entitled to eat with them In th]
F1 1 A hen-pecked husband must get a lot of consolation l out Another "sore spot" in Europehas It's quite a..relief not to have out on some adversary.As During the state legislative session House Restaurant, sit beside the
disappeared. to puzzle our br.ln' 'answering for the second issue Japan's of 1929 some crack-brained on. the House floor
:
having a well-trained bird dog. France and Germany this week' letters like tbo-one from Madelon desire to take over part of Asia nit-wit introduced a resolution pro- Should Mrs. Koosevelt reel In|

,<
l'; Being Public Enemy No. 1 is not quite such an attractive the Saar Basin' territory. This fended the female sex from the Iron; oil. No nation can be a ma- the go on record as condemning to tea at the White Mount!
libels action of
mudl puted little piece of earth, penned ttjT'frlend Schopen- jor power without these commercial Mrs. Herbert Hoover among the .list of eligibles sh
lGr:'k job as it was several months ago. '." rich' in coal was taken from Geemahy hauer and which'were reproducedIn and military essentialsand In entertaining the wife of Repub would encounter the name of Mr

,r, o at the end of the World ;these columns several weeks Japan at present must obtain all lican Congressman Oscar De Arthur W. Mitchell (colored )DJ
', ago. There'is no need for us to her steel and oil from abroad. If Priest,. (colored) at a White
Most kingfish run in schools but the one in Louisiana War and has been a bone'of con just as Mrs. Hoover had to facj
House .
tea.Among
overtax our powers with the pen; she could control the great undeveloped -
the
tention ever since. problem of Mrs. Oscar D
seems to be trying to run a school.! By terms of the* agreement! all we have to do Is turn to page iron mines and oil fields the more sane and level Priest (colored) 'R., and like Mn

o.- which Is expected to end the 288 In "Tono-Bungay" to find that of Manchuria she would be in.a headed members of the House who Hoover, the present First Lad;

A white Christmas gets its name'from the color Papa grave controversy over future sovereignty H.'O. Wells is almost as much fan much stronger and safer position.It cast a negative vote on the proposition will use no blue pencil.
014 meanle aa the muchdiscussed Is also commonly believed that was a young man named
of the district Germany All of which is a matter of n
turns when he bills
the in.
sees coming will pay France a sum of money German philosopher. This is an Japan needs new territory (in orderto Claude Pepper great consequence Recognltl:
o- for that country's mines and private excerpts from the Well's book; provide room tor her peopleshe This year the same Claude Pepper must be accorded the office, without -

Remember the old days when grandma used to throw credits In the basin and, furthermore "George," she cried, "the Things is vastly overpopulated at ran for a seat In the,United regard to race, creed or color
{ I women are! Do I stink of present However- the I States Senate. Opponents in
received Germany guarantees money Japanese a The moral if any, is that sometimes
faint time she ? 'j '
telegram
a every ?" '"/ frantic effort to find
are colonizers some flaw in
poor -they to
seem
equal rights to voters and non-vo- the well (known shoe is 0
"O- -" I' tbrs among all the inhabitants of "Lunching?" I asked: possess! little pioneering instinct. I his .legislative record, brought to the other foot-or-that peopl

Ie' Grafting experts are said to be toying with the idea of I the Saar regardless ol race, religion She nodded. "?'' For example; some years ago Jap- light the fact that he had voted who live In glass houses shout
making ornaments Christmas trees. I or language. "Plutocratic ladles?" anese officials made a determined NO on this momentous question. not throw stones, even when the
on
grow "Yes.1"Oriental > effort to send emigrants to Korea. "Race Equality" they screamedand
Thus has been settleda do so under the assumption thaij
peacefully ?"- by word
type They offered of mouth and
substantial payment cheap their own glass la unbreakable,
They say that the best way to escape war is to be prepared" have dispute resulted that In another could very disastrouswar. easily 'Oh[' Like a burst harem. both in land and in cash to those handbill the horrible facts were .
Bragging of possessions .' who broadcast! to the electorate. .
would
They Yet handfulof While
go. only a
rt;. : That is also an excellent way to get into one. ., France if richer by several feel' you. They feel your clothes, the underfed, 'underpaid overworked none but the feeble minded could' Where school lunches are a problem

"M, o millions of francs; Germany hasher George, to see If 'they are good! Japanese peasants were be Influenced by such tactics, In confronting:either parents orj

(' The accounts of that royal wedding made getting hitch off in coal mines; and than both if are they better had I soothed her as '....e!: as I could. .I willing to take on the job. As a the light of subsequent events,,the lunchrooms will managers be found in valuablesuggestions ClrcuH
every way affair
t'. ed by a justice of peace seem like not being married at all.O ., plunged headlong Into war to set- said.'They. .are. Good aren't they? I I colonization flies" .. should occasion.. some- red lar 37 of the Agricultural Extenlsion
.
Service It is obtainable free|
fie" the Saar ,"It's the old pawnshop In their Item in Nippon's ambition to move Today the wife of private citiZen -
.
Sta
to the
application
Perhaps the millenium has been ''reached : a couple of : disposed Would that all disputes could. be blood," she said, drinking tea;:and eastward.- Herbert Hoover Is doubtless Home upon Demonstration Department,]
of as Intelligently '
:- .I then Ih infinite disgust. "They viewing with keen
run amusement anda
1f:, very good chances to ,begin a war have .been passed ;up r.e- '-.,-- their hands' ovet4"your;;- clothes The third Issue, that of com- bit of sympathy the dilemma of Tallahassee.,

u I : cently. WE DESERVE!; THE BEST they paw'you-.: : some.merce, It's la one a well of know the most fact that Irk- her successor; while Claude Pepper

f '. o Federal'funds' are now available, I had a moment of doubt wbethercperhaps the ,Japanese are" poor Innovatorsbut has good reason to congratulate
I\}\ Movie sign Greta Garbo in "The she dad not,been die- himself again on the wisdom and BVB SBMSJI
: Painted Veil./ ,Most through our State Road Depart magnificent imitators If common-sense
be
ment for the paving of highways covered In possession of unsuspected someone starts manufacturing a displayed when R
: male movie fans would like to see Greta in any kind of'veil. he voted NO on that foolish-'
', .' between our various municipalities. forgeries., Irdon't know. After product in a western country the resolution -
YOU
( .I 0'f One of the projects which la most that'my eyes were quickened and Japanese are usually able to pro IF
'f} It's hard to tell whether some big! shots worry more over desirable to our community Is the ,began to see for myself women ,duce a competitive product as 'The to be Oscar De Priests have ceased I.E
a problem in
',:? the Blue Eagle or' over getting their names in the Blue Book. Hampton' cut-oft, which has" already running their bands over other wo- good ,or.almost, as.good at a fraction legislative balls and ball Washington
mends furs scrutinizing their lace, of the price.. rooms; '
been graded and preparedfor Between 1931 but In A WANT TO BUY
:
; their stead find ,
; 0 we one Ar-
' ''paving. even demanding to handle jewelry, ,and 1933r Japan Increased her"
t- After being pushed,, and, pulled. around we have'come to Tbe Government la providing appraising envying testing. They world exports of rayon yarn by 322 thur W Mitchell (colored) ardent WANT .TO SELL
supporter of
the New
j ; have a kind of etiquette. The woman percent, her of woolen Deal who :L
t the ; exports
conclusion that
most people do their Christmas shopping these funds with no extra burdenon Whq feels,' "What beau- S14 with his colored wife goes to the r
says yarn by per cent; her exportsof
aurly.! the taxpayer.or on the adjoining Capitol by virtue of
having received
: tiful sables? "What lovely lace? woolen piece goods by 788 per
property owner, requiring only
a majority of DemO.
The felt admits over. 3,000
woman proudly r"It's
o In
cent. addition she is sending Invite You
We
that the Improvement must be substantially cratic votes to
,,.I(\,". A new premier is said to be planning a New Deal 'for built. However funds pretention Real you modestly know,"and or disavows hastily, other to products Into the world market seat of occupy the?,Republican the Congressional De To Call On Us.
be sold at Americanand
I t-! France. .Let's hope. he Is as expert at.shuffling the cards as will not be provided by the Govern- "It's 'not 'Good." In each other's English manufacturers prices cannot Priest.' E Experienced AndS
ment for maintenance of these new
'fl Roosevelt houses, they at the picture., Since Congressman Mitchell's
peer
meet. This is partly due ti
highways. This cost must be borne colored Certl-
vote counts Properly
1j' handle the selvage of hangings, just as much
Japanese efficiency-and
largelydue
0- by the state or by the political .
look at the.bottoms of china fie d.
to depreciation
low.wages, of
subdivisions in which they are ,
An exchange that wives kiss their husbands
}" says some built.. I wonder if it Is the old pawnshop the yen and long working hours. weeks following '$19,000,000 was

1"l:,( when they come home in the evenings for investigation rather .,. .,,..In.--the- blood l The Japanese workers cuts In between spent. In the four weeks ending T
.:tl' than for affection. It therefore behooves our Stale fifty-five and sixty hours a October 13, (29,000,000 went .into
\J.J.. Road Department to do the paving We repeat that.these'' little. liter- week-and all major industries homes, and $36,000,000 was spent A WILSON
,') > O. I with a type of surfacing that is ary gems are not' to be construed have been formed Into cartels and during the four weeks which closed '

* Three chicken thieves arraigned in Paris found that the I permanent and which baa' 'low aa the.viewa of.,the conductor of trusts ,to 'lower costs. It.seems on November 10.C.: /' REALTY

'',, magistrate was the owner of the chickens. Bet there weren't maintenance costj .. this column. However, we started certain 'that a trade war will develop .It Is estimated 'thaVmore than T ,,CORP'N.
f any suspended sentences that time. Impartial I n v e I tlgatlons |by this thing, and we can't quit now before long-already. both 1,000,000 homes, involving an expenditure
Government and various,state and under fire. England and the United States of 98,000.000,000 .would
r O- .' city' engineers have proved that It was nice this week to see Dr have put up tariff barriers to lessen have been built had there been no E Licensed I Brokers

; Remember when folks used'to'go down every Sunday afternoon concrete highways are maintainedat Sternberg at tnr.home of his parents Imports of certain Japanese depression
r '' meet' far less coat than for any other after his long selge in a product. However, Japan Is a I
I' to the train Now they spend their afternoons
type of road, and also save the au- Jacksonville ,hospital Nothing good customer of both countries-:
; dodging the trains in their automobiles tomobile owner of bis' tire gaso- of 1
now but a small-piece sticking and it Is obvious that if her exports -
I line And rftnnli1 hilla
I.;,, 0 :- ;- plaster marks the spot In spite of are cut off. she will retaliateby REIARis-
; This type of be CLEAN
. ? Jacksonville highway may efforts of the Hearst papers to do reducing her imports.That .
A told ;
;! jeweler a woman that a pearl she dis' built using only those: materials
>
him In. No lese than last week Is the Pacific question as It
covered would have been worth $6,000 if she had found it i obtainable wholly within' our Own one of those rabid' sheets with ac- now stands and all'th. disagreements

before it went into the stew. She found a pearl but has doubt. state and It ,la' also.true that In customed gusto;' announced that In London over, the -natal It might cost a few cents more a'week to send your clothesto
''' less forever lost her taste for stew.Necessity Florida most of. our '''commerce "Dr., Sternberg has .remained unconscious treaty revolve around'these three the laundry but--clothes sent to us are thoroughly sterilised;
comes to us by means of our highways : since Nov and la near Issues. It Is' an important fact you don't have to wait a whole week to get them back; linens
o It la therefore Importantthat ..are snowywhite; clothes last longer because they are not rubbed
death? We have It on reliable au that. under Japan's form of government -
,ryw Is the mother of..invention, and there is plentyof we, offer,the beat; riding surface thority-that at the time that wasbeID& the army and navy are against a .wash. board and boiled in lye;; ,e

necessity in: these times.: ;Neighbors of a Kentucky. man possible In order'to" Impressvlsitora written; Dr.:; Sternberg was not subject to the .control of- the
? the state '
entering over our
making way with a big dish of banana Diet-they are" responsible solelyto In order to Introduce customers
complained that he was baiting fish hook with grains of roads "" the quality of our service to new
tee cream. the "Son of Heaven
corn and catching their chickens over the back yard fence. We are all familiar with 'the .,...,-.- ,I you nr Eml Japan'smuchbeloved >8ror. ., for sc short. r Urn* the- -following jfFamily prices wW be,In. effect:

'J:, beautiful riding surface on Road We nominate for'oblivion: Thus, It would be possible for Japanese : '
o '
i Finish > ,.- __ _. ____ __ _"t.Ler pound
13, coming out of Gainesville. It government officials to talk *- ._ _._4
Pathfinder' reports that a "Do It Now" sign put up in an would be fine If the Hampton cutoff "divinely"The''girl' ,whejl-who says she knows you dance you I resoundingly In favor of world Work 1:: :::;: '. f ; -.--....Co P"yf pound

4i, office by a new manager got surprising results the first day; could present a simIlar'ribbon, don't and you know (It too. peace-while Japanese troops and! : :TT--: !.-

s' Three clerks asked for,a raise in salary; the head bookkeeper of tourist smoothness when It Is to completed'the visiting Brad .The newspaper man'' who coined" ships. set out for' 0 war. .:,.:.__ :. ; : '- --..____.. lOa
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eloped with stenographer, and the cashier skipped with ford County Is the hub of several the expression "Great Beyond '. '.

120,000. Important highways and from the ,'Audible Folks 'whoTtaVe gtua-cbewers.;: It .seriously campaign The government's Is beginning great to show housing re f This price should appeal to,.menwbo, 'wish to look weU-d'naao-d.

0 amount of'traffic that passes when you ,uk how they are and cults ,
1 A household writer that Co I through here.".. are entitled. _to the, tart telling their ailments- Construction touched bottom In f. and
says test an egg.placefihin; : aI best. Our prices are cheaper., quality of ,our,work -Ill\

h pan of water. If fresh it will lie on its side. If a few day I bid ., ... The ,expression-. '"stony-broke"-- weeks 1933, when, only, during 118.000,000 Un average was spent four compare favorably with...any ......1'J'.i. .

u it will tilt upwards!, If stale It will stand on end.. It.veryold Twenty-six thousand.. _p ople originated foaati.'old: custom of as compared with 919,000.000 during :

it will float.. And if ancient, no doubt. you will know without could stand at one time- under the breaking, ran--craftsman'sstone B s similar period In 1931., The STARKE DRY CLEANERS
,having ''to test it. roof of St. Paul's cathedral. Ion, '-Deb.wbeD' he failed to .pay 11...' new campaign started la the mid- .
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Telegraph'!I Marketing It seems that Agreement the Strawberry h-. Floridahas Maybe- You've I [ Economic Highlights I AMAZE A IINUTE= I'

'fallen upon evil days. News (Industrial'News Review) SCIENTIFACTS BY ARNOLD
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comes that its abolition ia being Heard It But --
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class urged In a petition circulated ,

Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida among growers in Plant City,and B.re..lsa That Affect..k. Dial.... a
PMllD, nlTldviid CberkB und T
..... ,-- .., other sections in the southern partof Mussolini Bill of Every l.dl..I..I-N. _
E.:L. Matthews.-----------------------Editor and Owner the state. Won't Play tloMl aad I.............. Pr...._s
: And Is the -face of our printing: Inseparable Fran Local Welfare.
.- After the petition has been signed department red'.this week (Instead -
SUBSCRIPTION RATE : it will be sent to Secretary of of' black,) An Indignant member 'The three great Pacific powers
Agriculture Wallace asking him to of the Bachlorette'B Club informs =the United States, Great Britain
Yearly) $1.50; Six )Months 75c-Payable In Advance "completely abolish" the proposed Q that on the invitations we and Japan-are at present involved I

Advertising Rates on Application marketing set-up. printed recently for the organization in a complicated embroglfd

-- -- Very little opposition to the we had music by "The, 8 with counter-plots, quiet diplomacy '..ass'ay'r.

agreement was voiced at the meet Duces" Instead of "The 8 Deuces... and plain ordinary hard-feelings .,,..,
Duy Christmas Seals. ing held in Starke several weeks Just a little matter of a misplaced dominating the proceedings, and

o ago at which time our representative "e", Anyway whoever.comes to with the chance of armed conflict
on the control committee was the Woman's Club building: tonight In the offing.
The saddest words of tongue or pen: It's time to buy elected. It is understood however:\ expecting to dance to an orchestra As Raymond Leslie Buell recently

your tag again."' : that there Is some dissatisfaction composed of eight Musiollnls Is going pointed out In a feature article WORLD'S

o i I withthe; pact ia thill!,,section also to be awfully disappointed. In the New York Times the three- GREATEST WAVES/

among those who doubt whether power navy discussions, now goingon 114& CONSTANT WEST WIND
Better keep off the highways if you get, too much Christmas -I or not It is practical. The Bachlorettes say that from i in London, have reached an impasse 0LOWIN4 ON Till SMORtttM SEAS SOUTH
spirit. The Telegraph does not know advance Information a record because of disagreement 0.- CAW HORN CREATE WAvnl&.22 !

I 0 ', I enough about the intricacies of the crowd Is expected to turn out for over three vital Issues: FEET long! FROM
; strawberry industry from the the affair One or two members First, the military question, involving CUT TO '1lI1T.I f C
To a lawyer,"court" is a noun, but to a young man in loveit growers' and shippers' points of have been practicing the Continental Japan's demand for naval t

,is just a verb. view to advise whether or not the on the aide, so don't wear parity with Great Britain and I p. e
agreement Is workable in Its present your new shoes-chances are they America (the present ratio is 5- I ee

o form. We sincerely hope; will be stepped en. ,G-'. with Nippon on the short end) LIGHT JAZZ,. r [ r
t A special week has been proclaimed for everything except however, that If parts of it are reconsidered ,The more we think about It the Secund, the political question, Involving I COI.OR MU&IC HAS ftECCNTUMEM 1

bill-paying. I and later withdrawn. ,, at more we ,are convinced that this Japan's ambition to ex- MAN WUCTLY MOM! SOUND "
least one phase of ,ltwtU, remain office should get. a cut on the gate pand into Asia; O" INtTRUMCNTa, AND HASHU ON ,, E! C ( _

o- -and that Is federal Inspection..,, receipts for advertising that music 'Third, the commercial question, A aotCEN IN TIMe WITH THE OHCHfttTKA. r) ri
Fl
"' Only seventeen days 'til Christmas-but let Santa Claus Almost every other por\lon.of would be furnished by eight Italian involving 'expansion of Japanese -

'' do the agreement has come in for its l premiers, fa our estimation it foreign trade at the expense 2Q
the worrying share of criticism but we have was a swellpiece of publicity, and of England and the United States Cf.j:

a u yet to bear one fair-minded grower we* deserve some remuneration for Japan has flatly refused to continue <..:;

.+ The Italians are a strong race from.the exercise they get or shipper who was not in favorof perjuring ourselves. the existing naval ratio--she ( ) New CITIESb k
having some form of Inspectionof demands parity and..threatens'' to -

1; eating: spaghetti. ,. ,I', the fruit before' It leaves the The English sign no more, treaties when the 1700 NEW CITIIS. NAVB I'
o shipping platform. The English are a funny folk; present one runs out in 1936 unless COM INTO EXISTENCE IN THE!

If your son is learning the'cornet you can still be thankful This inspection Is no new thing. Conduct themselves quite dumbly. it is given her. Both England: U.S. IN THE LAST FOBTV ViAM..
It has always' been within the They spell a name Cholmondeley and the U. S. are afraid to agreeto r "_"__ '_ -I
that it isn't bagpipe.
a reach of growers who were willingto And then! pronounce I it Cbumly. parity-yet each nation knows -

0 pay' the salary of a man to that if Japan starts building ships, as any other in the election ot I

Trouble with "the children's ,hour" these days is that it carry It on. The marketing agree- Classified ad: Lovable Lady' romantic undeterred by treaties, they will TOO LATE Democratic Speaker he will be ot

lasts about half the night. ment requires the employment of with money craves friend have: to follow. The result would fered Committee assignments anti
such a man, and that is one phase ship. Please write today.. S-Club ',1:' a gigantic naval 'race, costing Invited to party C IJCIl8eq. Noth.
o of the pact that should remain 39 Oxford, Fla. ... : hundreds of millions of dollars and TO CLASSIFY ing can prevent his occupying a

They say that nervous people lose .their hair fastest- even If all otlievs are withdrawn.'" to Write my ev-: How far Is It Increasing ,the chances for war. Br RUSSELL KAYeeretarr. suite in the House Office Building
.Oxford, anyway? Once a nation newlydevelops a along with representatives from
-0-- Florida Pr... A....
from, pulling it out, no doubt SORE SPOT HEALED first-class naval qr,.military ma- Florida, Georgia and Alabama Ht
o Dirty' Dig' .Dept. chine, it is Inevitably' eager to try is entitled to eat with them In the
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A hen-pecked husband must get a lot of consolation out Another "sore spot" In Europe It's quite ,a,,relief not to have it out on some adversary, During the state legislative session House Restaurant sit beside them
has disappeared. to puzzle our bruinIn: 'answering As for the second Issue, Japan's of 1929 some crack-brained on the House floor

having a well-trained bird dog. France and Germany this week letters like the/one from Madelon desire to take over part of Asia nit-wit Introduced a resolution proposing Should Mrs. Kooaevelt reel In.

o signed an agreement of peace) over last week In which she stoutly defended may be explained in two words: that the Florida Legislature dined to Invite Congressional ladles

Being Public Enemy No. 1 is not quite such an attractive( the Saar Basin territory.. This the female sex from the Iron; oil No nation can be a major go on record; as condemning to tea at the White House,
mU -dlfjputed little piece of earth libels penned #-friend Schopen- I power without these commercial the action of Mrs. Herbert HooverIn among the list of eligibles she
job,as it was several months ago.,1'/, ,> I rich ,In coal, was taken from Germany hauer and which'were reproducedIn and military essentials, and entertaining the wife of Repub- would encounter the name of Mrs.

0 at the end of the World these columns several weeks Japan at present must obtain all lican Congressman Oscar De Arthur W. Mitchell (colored )D.,
'' Most kingfish run in schools, but the one in Louisiana War and has been a boneof, contention ago.. There' I. no need for us to her steel and oil from abroad. If Priest (colored) at a White just as Mrs. Hoover had to face
ever bince. overtax our powers with the pen; she could control the great undeveloped House tea.Among the problem of Mrs. Oscar De
to be to school.
seems trying run a By terms of the agreement: all we have to do Is turn to page Iron mines and oil fields the more sane and level Priest (colored) R.. and like Mrs.

0- which is expected to end the 288 in "Tono-Bungay". to find that of Manchuria she would be In a headed members of the House who Hoover, the present First Lady
}
A H., O. Wells is almost as much of much stronger and safer cast a negative vote on the
white Christmas sets its name from the color Papa grave controversy over future sovereignty position.It proposition will use no blue pencil.
of the an 014 meante as the much-discuss Is also commonly believed that was a young man named AU
i turns when he sees the bills coming in. district Germany of which is a matter of no
Claude
ed Penn.-
German philosopher.
e. will pay France a sum of money This is an Japan needs new territory In orderto great consequence Recognition
u for that country's mines and private |. excerpts from the Well's book: provide room for her people This year the; same Claude Pep- i must be accorded the office, with

Remember the old' days when grandma used to throwa credits In the basin and, furthermore "George," she cried, "the Things she Is vastly overpopulated at per ran for a seat In the United out regard to race creed or color.

faint every time she received a telegram? Germany guarantees women" arel'I" Do"/I' stink of money present.. However, the Japaneseare frantic States Senate Opponents in a The moral if any, is that sometimes -
!
effort
to
equal rights to voters and non-vo- poor colonizers-they seem to find some flaw In the well known shoe Is on
._0- ters among all the Inhabitants of ,"Lunching?" I. aeked, possess little pioneering Instinct. his ,legislative record, brought to the other foot- or-that people
Grafting experts are said' to be toying with the idea of the Saar regardless of race, religion She nodded &* For example; some years ago Japanese light the fact that he had voted; who live, in glass houses should

a making ornaments grow on Christmas trees. l or language. "Yes."Plutocratic' ladles' officials made a determined NO"Race on this momentous question. not throw stones!, even when they
Thus has been peacefully settleda effort to send emigrants to Korea. Equality" they screamed do so under the assumption that
o "Oriental type 1" and by word of mouth
They offered and cheap
substantial
dispute that could easily payment, their own glass is unbreakable
'l' that the best to very "Oh! Like a burst harem! : both handbill the horrible facts "
They say way escape war is to be pre have resulted in another disastrous ; in land and in cash to those were #

pared:, That is also an excellent, way to get into one war France If richer by several feel Bragging of possessions They I who would go. Yet only a handfulof broadcast but to the electorate. While Where school lunches are a problem
you. They feel your clothes the none the feeble minded could
0' millions of francs; Germany hasher underfed underpaid, overworked confronting'either parents or
George to see if 'they are good! Japanese be influenced by such tactics in
coal mines and both better peasants were lunchrooms valuable
n The accounts of that royal wedding made getting hitch- off In every way; than If are they had I I soothed her a* 'will managers be found, In Circular -

ed by a justice of peace seem like not being married at all., plunged headlong Into war to settle said."T OY! are' Good, aren't they" I result it seems certain that colo faces.affair should occasion, some- red 37 of the Agricultural Extension

the Saar nization is a comparatively small Service. It is obtainable free
1 o "It's the old pawnshop in their Today, the wife of
item in private cUlI
'' Nippon's ambition to -
move
I
to the State
Would that all could upon application
disputes be
Perhaps the millenium has been reached: a couple of of blood' she said, drinking tea; and eastward.The I ten Herbert Hoover is doubtless Home Demonstration Department,
disposed as Intelligently
then in Infinite disgust "They viewing with keen
run
very good chances to begin a war have been passe ,up.-.re-, .-0-- tht-ir hands'' 6vei"your, clothes third issue,' that Of commerce bit of sympathy amusement the dilemma anda of Tallahassee.
ye,, is one of the most Irk-
*
cently. WE DESERVE THE BEST they paw'youi, : her successor; while Claude Pepper
some. It's a well know fact that
.. 0 --- Federal funds are now available, I had a moment of'doubt wheth the .Japanese are poor innovatorsbut has good reason to congratulate

k', Movie sign: Greta Garbo in "The Painted Veil,"- ,,,Most through our State Road Department er'perhaps shehad!\ not,been discovered magnificent imitators. If himself again on the wisdom and

;I male movie fans would like to see Greta in any kind of veil. ,,for the paving of highways in possession of unsuspected someone starts manufacturing' a he common-sense voted NO he displayed when R
between our various municipalities. forgeries., 1,9'on.t' know. After product In a western country the on 'that foolish reso-

o One of the projects which is most that my eyes were quickened, and Japanese are usually able to produce lution. I IF YOU
; It's hard to,tell whether some bid; shots worry more over desirable to our community la the 'J began to see for myself women, a competitive product. aa 'The Oscar De Priests have ceased E
to be
*& the Blue Eagle or' over getting their names in the Blue Book. Hampton cut-off, which has already running: their hands over other: women's good or.,almost as, good, at a fraction legislative a problem balls In Washington
been graded and preparedfor furs scrutinising their lace. of the ,price., Between 1931 and ball rooms; A WANT TO BUY
o to but in their stead we find one Arthur -
even demanding handle
paving. Jewelry and 1833,. Japan Increased her '
tlt After being.pushed and pulled around have" to appraising', W. Mitchell (colored) ardent SELL
we come The Government is providing envying testing. They world exports of rayon yarn by 822 WANT TO
the conclusion. that most people do their Christmas shopping these funds!! with no extra burdenon have a kind of etiquette. The woman per cent; her exports of woolen with supporter his colored of the New Deal who :L

surly; the taxpayeror on the adjoin- whq feels: says. "What beau yarn by 614, per cent; her, exports wife goes to the
p' Capitol by virtue of having received
tiful sables? "What lace
lovely "
''
of woolen', piece goods 788
ing property,owner, requiring only : ,by percent ; a of
0 The woman felt admits ; majority over 3,000 Democratic -
proudly In addition she II You
that the Invite
'< improvement must be substantially sending We
A new premier is said to be planning a New Deal k for built. However,, funds "It's Real you k ow" or disavows other products Into the world market votes to occupy the Congressional Us.
seat of On
France., Let'shope he is as expert at shuffling the cards as will not be provided by the Government "It's pretention'not 'Good modestly."- In and each hastily other's, to be sold at prices Americanand Priest., the?Republican De E To' Call And
English manufacturers Experienced
for maintenance of these new cannot
Roosevelt houses they peer at the pictures, meet. This Is due Since Congressman Mitchell's
highways This coat must be borne partly to Certi-
handle the of colored vote counts just as much Properly
selvage hangings, S
o Japanese and
by the state or by the political efficiency- largelydue
r An. exchange says that some wives kiss their husbands subdivisions in which they are look at the bottoms of china > to low wages, depreciation of fied.>'
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1 wonder If It la the
built. old pawnshop the and hours. weeks following $19,000,000
long was
yen working
when they come home in the evenings for investigation, rather J In ,the blood, The Japanese workers puts In between flpent. In the four weeks ending T

i than for affection: I It therefore behooves our'StateRoad ,, fifty-five and sixty hours a October 13, 29,000,000 went into '
0 I Department to do the paving 'We repeat that these little, liter week-and all major industries homes, and $36.000,000 was spent A WILSON
with a type of surfacing that, is ary gems are not fobs construedas have been formed Into cartels and during the four weeks which closed "' REALTY
Three chicken thieves arraigned in Paris found that the'magistrate permanent and which, has low
the.vlew8of.,tbe conductor of trusts tos lower,costs. It seems on November .4, j.It .
was the owner of the chickens. Bet there weren't maintenance coat ( this column. However, we started certain that a trade war will develop 1 'ia estlmited'that 'more than \ T CORP'N.

any suspended sentences that time, Government Impartial and Investigations varlou.state and,by this thing, and we- can't'quit now, before long-already. both 1,000,000 'homes involving an ex-
under fire. England and the United States penditure of $8,000,000,000 would
.;. 0t" -- city engineers have proved that E
It was nice this week to see Dr. have put up tariff barriers to lessen have been built had there been no Licensed: Brokers
Remember, when folks used to go down every Sunday aft concrete highways are maintainedat Sternberg at the' home of his parents imports of certain Japanese depression.
far leas cost than for other
!
I ernoon to' meet the train Now they spend their afternoons type of road and also save any,the automobile after his long 'seige in a products. However, Japan is a

'' f dodging the trains in ,their automobiles. owner of his tire gasoline Jacksonville hospital Nothing good customer of both countriesand - L I ... L __ _J ... _. or-
.' and bills.: now !but: a small*piece of sticking it Is obvious that If her exports [
repair
0 plaster marks the spot. In spite of are cut off, aha will retaliateby '
This type of be
: A jeweler told a Jacksonville woman that a pearl she dis built using only highway those/ materials may efforts of the Hearst papers to do reducing her imports. ,CLEAN REMARKSIt
him In. No least than last
week That Is the Pacific question as It
Ali covered would have, been worth $6,000 if she had found it obtainable wholly within' our own
of those with
one rabid sheets accustomed now stands and all the disagreements
\: before it went into the stew. She found a pearl but has. doubt, state and most tt is'also true that in gusto.announced that in London over the naval ,, might coat a few cents more a week to send your clothes

less forever lost her taste for stew. Florida of our commerce "Dr.. Sternberg has; .remained un- treaty revolve around these three to the laundry but:-clothes sent to us are thoroughly sterilized;
comes to us by means of our high conscious since Nov., a and Is near issues It Is an fact you don't have to wait a whole week to get them back; linens
Important
0.- H II' therefore are snowywhite clothes last rubbed
ways. Importantthat ; longer because they are not
t; Necessity is the mother invention, and there is plentyof face we, offer,the best' riding .sur- death.thority-that We have at the It on time reliable that was au that, under, the Japan'army and form navy of government are- against a.wash board and boiled in,lye .' _
in
possible order 'to. '
necessity in these times. Neighbors of a Kentucky man entering the state Impressvisitors being written Dr. Sternberg was not subject to the ,control of the
over ourroads.
complained that he was baiting} a, fish hook with grains of making way with. a big dish of banana Diet-they, are responsible. solelyto 'In order to Introduce the quality of'oar service to now customer

'corn and catching their chickens over the back yard fence. I Io We are all familiar' with the ,Ice: cream,..,....,...... the "Son of:you Heaven ng Emperor.Japan'smuchbeloved *, for',"sbort" time. the- 'following%P prices will be In effect:

'Il}' I -i iN I I I 13 beautiful coming riding out >of surface Gainesville.on Road It We nominate for oblivion: Thus, it would be possible for Japanese Family finish ..:.. ...:..;-....-._-.__-. __.--I:1S'Je: per pound
Pathfinder reports that a "Do It Now" sign put up in an would be fine if the The girl who says you dance government officials to talk Flat Work ::.. : : pound
Hampton cutoff 'divinely"' when she knows resoundingly In favor of world j.ii: .. -'- !--_ .,. =.;_-...;, ..---.-.-. per
r' office by a new manager got surprising results the first day; could present a similar'ribbon don't and you know It too. you peace-while Japanese troops and ....." '..... ., .

Three clerks asked for a raise in salary; the head bookkeeper of smoothness to the visiting I _The ships set out for war. ..
tourist when It Is completed*. Bradford : newspaper man who coined" :!>.tf:: __ .. ......_..r....,<__..,..;;_..jLThl I .- .._-.-.- 100
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eloped with the stenographer and the cashier skipped :with County Is the hub of several the expression "Great Beyond. i .

w $ OOOO. Important highways, and from the 'Audible Folk. who guns-c' taYe ewers.It seriously campaign The government's is beginning great to show housing.. price should appeal to menwho, wish 'to look welidre.ae .

,
amount of'
s _' traffic that
-p passes -
when you .ask how they are and sult*. '
A household writer that to test I ihin through here,we are.entitled"to the) tart telling their acme ita..The Construction taunbed bottom In are 4-
says an egg, placet a best. 1. Oar price' cheaper,.aDd the quality of. ,our,work will
pan of water. If fresh it will lie on its side. If a few day bid ..e1tpre88ltOae'stonybroke". : -- weeks 1033. when durIn&,1ua average) four compare '..orabI7'-Wtt.lt, any telw dry,',

It will,tilt upwards! If.stale it will stand,on end.: If.very old Twenty-six thousand__people originated from the old custom of as compared, only 918,000,000 with 19000.000 was spent during -, :

ti' It will float., .And if ancient no\ doubt, you will know without I could stand, at one Urns umder the breaking 'sl-? craftsman's stone similar period in 1931, The* STARKE 'DRY CLEANERSI

a ,baying test it. ''don.roof of St. Paul's cathedral. Lon, bench .when he failed' to pay his new campaign started la the mid- .

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