Bradford County telegraph
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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 14, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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oclc - 33886096
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-- ------ _.- .- d h' STARKE_ _. _,___FLOUlDAFTtlDAVt 0" __, __DECEMBER! _..14,__1934___ __. u_ ..____'-__ _._. _.__u.m_ __.. ..__..___ __ ._ _____ ___ ___._.. __ _. .NUMBER._ six._ 'r

ers To Vote Negro Draws Life E 'I,! Ancient Is Well Proverb IllustratedBy r Chosen, Hard Freeze Hits State

Young.Lady ,;

:C ContinuanceCrop t i In Prison Killing! I The old Roman's-certainly knew For Local; Board .

their stuff when they used to cast Little In
'" Damage County
Control Of Fellow Convict cynical eyes at each other and *

sagely remark, "A skirtibus can i Debt t Adjustment ___nu___'.. _
not a secretorlum "*' -
: keep. Which, .
.lads and lassies, was their Frozen Hcards, Hair, ,

Will Be Open At Brooker On Absence Of Witness Cause CIMMS! .of saying "A woman cannot keep way Bfetttlng Held-At 'Lake Butler Truck Crop Loss Feature Cold Here Bradford S hi vers !

Dftcembrr! U, Dyer I Of White Mm To Be I| a secret." Wednesday Afternoon to !

Say ContinuedA I| Anyway, what we are trying to Discus OperationDr. Frozen beards frosen hair from-
Ruins To Millions en clothe and roam goldfish wetjust When
get around to telling you is I abouta -\1\ Mercury Ii
I bave ben completed.for : life sentence wa Imposed young Starke miss, in the first E. L. Biggs was appointed a few of the icy items on the
ord County cotton and to- I Thursday on Charlie Hill negro grade at school, who chairman and N. Sttrnberg secretary humorous aide of cold spell here

[ stopped bya -
tanners to vote December prisoner at the Florida State Farm neighbor's house for a short visit of the Bradford County unit All I r .Over Florida thla week. Hangs Around ,20 ;: I
the who convicted In ,
Bank was Circuit that he
continuance of Court the other day. of the Farm Debt "Adjustment L I 'A schoolboy report .
at Lake Butler this week Jit"hatrra usual to
Act, and the Kerr- for the dampened
Cotton Commission ata, meeting held .
of Charlie Hunter The subject of Christmas came .. ----- ----- I
slaying and
Act, County Agent also a comb it Wednesday morning
itl I Tobacco of Lake Butler anMM. : negro prisoner, In the prison moss up-as It has a habit of ..do Wednesday aftcrajen at the court Citrus Given Awful Blow-Evrr- that by the time he reached the Llttlo Berry Bloom Or Fruit For iil
1. Dyer ing at this time of house In Lake Butler
urges every grower hall. year. glades Bun Suffer schoolhouse, his head was neatly Cold To JlurtWill 'I

.. and He tobacco to take ad- I The verdict of'guilty with a recommendation "My mother already has me a Representativeepfrom Bradford, '.Badly encrusted In a cake of ice. Delay Season! ''
cotton : present to give the little Baker, Columbia and Union Counties ,, --. .+ had shaved for ,
right to say wheth- for mercy came after you, A man who not "
bgt of the want the acts con- the Jury had been out for almost. girl said. After the lapse of a were present at the meetingat Florid...'.},coldest December wea: several I day says that the dew set Bradford''County broke out In ""f''<'

"wt Two-thirds they of the farmwllDr twenty-four hours. few seconds in which the neighbor Which time the functions of the thor on record virtually wiped out tied In hla beard and Immediately; goose pimples along with the rest d,

must vote for the eot- Hill who was serving a ten- expressed herself aa being delighted commission were explained by W. the state's tender vegetable crop frone, giving him the strange appearance of the country Wednesday morning :.Ii!!
Kerr Scott field-man for the Federal :and greatly damaged citrus! according .
and curious In turns ourfirstgrader of a walking icicle. aa unofficial .thermometer "
it for another term for
continue year robbery in Pasco '
act to came forth with this Farm Credit Administration. to Associated Press reports water pipe burst In here were variously reported/
> and continue the' fifty per County, Is said to have stabbed Many
all cotton ginned over Hunter a* the prisoner were filing gem of sublety: "I can't tell you I Among the cases to come before Wednesday. Starke 'and plumbers reported !a from fifteen to twenty degree,

tax on based on past pro- Into mess hall. The killing took what it Is, but it'* something you I the farm debt adjustment committees I The ruin was widespread rushing' business on Wednesday i This temperature which Is believed h
illotment place as the result of An blow your nose on." of J the. state are those through thousands of aero of proving conclusively that It I* avery to have been the lowest her
don.t I argue .---- wherein farmers have been granted I bean, tomatoes, eggplant; squash, ill wind that blows nobody; In many years climaxed a periodof
ment following a it Is N
: Dyer points out that farm- crap game I refinancing loan by the Columbia and similar truck' garden :
I said. I peppers good. cold that began late last week.
\under contract with the gov- Fire Truck Gets land bank:bu0; 'settlement has produce, but no monetary estimates Wednesday was a still, dry ,{

at to control production last Contingency Asked been refused by mortgage holdersor I of the damage are yet avail- fre.e; high winds which prevailed

are under the same con- Trial of Chester White and Jim- creditors There are now 606 I ablo. Grower and marketing men Plant City Berries; during the early part of the week
i In 1933: and Secretary my Jones white convicts at the : such commitment, totaling near- ngreed that the loss would run Into having abated.
l/iplculture/ has announced that 'prison, for the slaying of Omar Calls In Week ly $2.000.000.??It;.file at Columbiafor million of dollars..Congressman t his
for 1933 must be twen- Wilson, 60, another convict was Florida Although extraordinaryshow
one farmenay W. J. Sear telegraphed -
: Are Given Setback of temper on the part of old I
i per cent of the base aver- I: continued Indefinitely Monday at However, the e.;" nmlttees will ".President Roosevelt urging ; man Winter swept all truck ;
and benefit the request of the atate because of Green's Store Damaged And
payments I
111128-32 give equal consideration to cases that.Federal funds be placed at ltd wake It wa believed that fP
I be made on up to thirty pert the absence of a witness Kendrick Home Ha in which no previous. effort to refinance the disposal of growers so that, replanting comparatively little damage was,

reduction, on cotton. The two men are accused of Roof Blaze have been made, and appli- might be mad. Unlesssuch Shlpmnata Were Beginning To done to the strawberry crop here 4,Iy.
Wilson in hIs cell at the Move From Illllsborough
question farmers'will de- cation for a committee's services aid I* forthcoming the congressman since there wa ''only a small
i December 14 Is whether or prison In order tb get his money. Cold weather and consequent may be filed,by either a debtor or said,many truck farm- County amount of bloom and very little
fires in heaters and this "" ----
these stoves a creditsrUi *./ era will be forced on. the relief
( they think voluntary fruit on the bushes. The plants
of Plant City's.trawberry
week caused the local fire department Postponement
icti, signed by farmer who Methodists Hold attempting conciliation of rolls. shipping eeaSODtrom themselves are hardy and can survive
to make two rune* /
i eighty-five to ninety per Special Service occurred farm.debt?a ".committee's procedure Temperature officially reportedover two week to a month seemed eminent a freese with very few fatalities -
I of these crops; will be suffl- -- The first, blaze at3reen' will be to seek to arrange the state were: sixteen at today as the result of freeIng *- .

t to protect them from over A special "Thanksgiving Service" .Store about 1:00 'o'clock voluntary settlement. If this falls, .Gainesville, twenty at.Ocala, twen temperature there this week. Bradford County had completed Sits
ictlon by the few non-coop- Monday morning as the result oft refinancing will be attempted pos ty-two at Jacksonville, Orlando, '
will be held Sunday morningat :The crop there, which began : trucking season and few vegetable -
rain the Methodist Church in celebration faulty fireplace.The sibly through a federal lending Bartow and Tltusvllle.! twenty-four bo:?; ring about two weeks ago and remained here to be thermometer -
for will be fire started in an upstairsroom As a last resort if con at Sarasota and thIrty In Miami. '
*polls voting open of the splendid report agency. was loaded with bloom was given victim Garden crop.
8:30 o'clock In the' and most of the damage was ciliation Is Impossible, a farmer Brief fall of snow were noted
i : morning made by the church at the Florida a general wetback and shipments various fable green and cabbage
((4.00 o'clock In the afternoon, Annual Conference held In qainesvllle done on the second floor which is may avert foreclosure through the : at Tampa and Jacksonville andsurrounding came to a virtual standstill were almost a complete loss, however ;
I the county agent and county last week. occupied by Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Frazier-Lemke amendment to the I territories but the It was feared that frost would .
tteemen, have arranged for Green and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. national bankruptcy act flake melted a* fast aa they, hit the fruit. I '
church everything black heart '
The ,Stark reported cause With continued cold weather It
and their families. j .. -..... ... ,.
Kimberly ; -; It wa the first now I I
i to be held at the Post Office paid In full for the year estimated at the ground. More than .13,427 pints of fruit will be the latter part of February ',
I Brooker. and fifty new members taken in, about damage, and was insurance was Will Rogers ShowComing i. seen In Tampa In twenty-eight had been shipped from Plant City or the first of March before aWpment w
|i brief summary of. cotton and the Rev. B. M. Montgomery said. $100 no To Ritz years.Estimates. through the first of the week for I of strawberries get underway

adjustment ,BO far -has ; It was one of 'best-repotU. In carried.on the Roof building.Blaze _, .. 6. I of the "damage to .lt- which growers -had recovtexi-93' ,.* in this county- grower and !;

i explained 'to,group of" far- .the state. The second alarm of' the week One of America's! mast notedauthors' .(rus fruit on tree* varied and .290.06. shippers her estimate.. However,
i lit this county by the county The pastor requests, that every was turned In shortly after noon I ; Irvfn', S. Cobb;/ baa sup- growers! were, hoping' for a:, alowI Pout-frees* reports from Polk If it, should turn warm:and. raja,
: and other of the ,:'AgrtcuI- member of the church be present when a small blaze,was plied Will Roger with his latest I I thaw which would lessen the.1088. 'County .stated that strawberries within the next few hour the berry ,.'

Extension Service to give at the Sunday morning serv- Tuesday discovered on the roof of the home i vehicle,' "Judge Priest;" which ". The, rich' Everglades section suffered ., there were' set back about 'two I shipping season will be> hastened -

i a clear picture of the sltua- ice. .. of T. N.:. Kendrick on Madison : comes to the Rita Theatre on Sun an almost complete IM( of I. weeks.! Sarasota County reporteda by a week or so.. aiCollectorUrges
Every grower of'cotton and Following the conference, Mr. it* bean crop. Unofficial estimate thirty-day setback.
two-day run. +
stated members for a -
'It i day
Avenue. was by
Is urged to'cast his ,vote Montgomery was returned to the that they had According to( advance. reports, stated that ninety per cent. lugs "'H """"" '" ._
of the family '
I that time.. church here for. another year. been burning some wrapping paper the film gives Will the finest and was. experienced'' In 8. OO'acre Beach of Mrs. Alvarez Reports
.-. The Rev. W. F. Jones and the role of all theme ha bean between 'Witst
and that some of It must have fallen most human Seal Sale ,RecelplJMraJ.M.
Rev. Laurie O.: Ray, both well- on the roof after being sucked has played om the screen: H* contributes and, Miami., '.1 _
and Plants'e known here, were returned to their to the film amemorable _
s the chimney. chairman ofChrtstmas
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up Alyare
churches at Ortega; and Fernan- The blaze was almost extinguished portrait of an ex-Confederate1 soldier 1ohn'1)ohm Native Beat sale In Bradford Early Tag Buying.

,. dlna. ,. respectively' ; with a garden hose before : ,, who dilute Justice' with the Diet In Miami County. announced that receipt at

Shipped Here the fire truck arrived. The milk of human kindness and who the end txf the first week' campaign -

Forest Fire.Losses damage was covered by Insur-; save from disaster a helpless girl The body of John A. Dohm, 78 totaled' '158.38, which more May AU Car Owners* Cannot Be) l7 '
and the father whom she bas never his home In Accommodated If Walt
," Shown In Parade ance. who died Sunday at than quadruple the total receipt
B. teed In. Beauttflcattoni. _____-r....--- known. Miami, after a brief anew, wa of the sales last year 910.04. Bale Till Lat Day .,

,i. Project-Approval Prevent Forest Fires was the BRADFORD HEALTH COUNCIL On 'Tuesday and. Wednesday the brought her early Tuesday morning la 1983: amounted to only 916.00. ,-,

Expected Soon of the impressive motorcade ['TO MEET AT. CLUB HOUSE Ritz will show "M"' .. Oalante"an for burial accompanied by Wes Mr*. Alvare received'a I tele The new automobile tag. In
: N keynote which visited Starke ,on The regular meeting of the' ;unusual plctuns' co-starring laughter -Mrs. C." A. Gardiner gram'of congratulation) from May !spit of their attractive coloring of
'Ttuct ''Bradford ,Health Council SpencerTracy; and Kettl GaHfan. called to Miami last week black numeral
loads of palm trees and afternon at four o'clock. County wno was 8. :McCormick, executive secretaryof on grapefruit
are.arriving ..her*< this The Friday parade which was held In response will be held Monday, night, Dec. 17 hiss'Daman is 1 newcomesfromEurope audience are oil account of the serious Illness of the Florida Tuberculosis and yellow background are, moving 4

for use'' in Bradford Count to Governor Sholtc" proclamation at 8:00: o'clock at the Woman'sI and film her first her' father.- Health Association. lowly, Tax Collector C. A. Knight J
FRRA!: beautlflcatlon project designating December 2I I I Building anxiously awaiting Funeral services were held Th. county chairman U calling report at the end of the. second

ta expected soon to receive through 8th as Forest Fire Prevention ,I Miss J. L. Sogaard, District Superintendent picture in. this and country.:>FTfclay. of next there Monday afternoon; with the I attention to the window display ot week of sales YMr
val remind Public Health nurse, Thursday Rev. J. C. Sims, pastor of the Riverside In Brown's Knight automobile
of the state organisation: week, was Intended to Rita offer Warner Baxter the Mal committee urge
1It! plants which are being each individual of his responsibility I and also with the State Board of week the"Hell In The Heavens." This Baptist Church 'charge, Pharmacy. The realistic scene np- and truck owner to get their tag v, .

t, here from the Florida In Joining hands with the State and |i Health Nurses, will be present and In aviation picture. and the service held here"at' Dyal 'esentstha now-urrounded "Lit. early and not wait until the lat

F if1"' are being temporarily Federal Governments to combat |I will address the meeting. _' Is a thrilling Cemetery Tuesday afternoon> at tle Red," the first tuberculosis day or two of the sale a* it.WiU j <

ft the airport, .south of the red enemy of the forest-forest two o'clock was la charge of Rev. sanitarium In the country.Mrs. be Impossible then for bIB office ,
I C. B. Price, pastor of the Starke ,-Alvarez wishes to thank force to accommodate all applicant )

|The Plants will be used ,"along Appropriate fires. floats with banners Bradford Not Most Healthful County, Baptist Church with Interment ill who have contributed to the : .. r f. i3
beets and highway and also In depicting the various phases following In the family plot seal! sale, and I* also grateful to Governor Sholt* has emphatically ( "

tltlcaUon of the airport. It la of the forests from denuded scenes .I Mr. Dohm came to Stark with the U. D. C. Chapter and the stated that there will ba Jib extension -
led. -. to the Ideal protected forest were Show It Above Average, hl. parent fifty-seven years! ago Bradford' 'County High' School of time for getting the new
., .... outstanding. There were floats': But Figures i'Tern' Rahway, N.. J. Ho married\ 'Whose member helped to make tag after January 10, Mr. Knightay

DOUGLAS cHANGES PLEA and banner ,telling me pan ui |MlMfMaUda-lfa). erhlU. daughter ,I' tho first 'week of the sale a uc- The time was extended last or
I parties are of'Mr.:>nd ..r..:William Underbillof. cess, year only because there wa a delay -

Charlie Douglas who Alachua various in participating this great work of the I of this county In the state., and Madison County I this o4ittty-who preceded him i. "* playing
ty officers ay confessed to and State Forest Conservation Ardent boosters with 27.3 the highest. In'death'Several year ago I c contributor contribution submit the State Prison Farm It I Ia said.
*|staying of J. L. (Fate) Mat- ;National Music was ren used to boast, for advertising"healthiestin purposes Nine babied died iD thid.:eoun- '.He wan] 'secretary ,. of. Miami In the return envelope which are 4 diternberpia'A1taekera

at Bland on December 1, program.the Lake City Band that It"was the such I Is not ty In 1931 before reachingi' the: age- Meat Cutter No.. '3f for the part sent taue. mend which are) printed

"who was recently Indicted on a de-redby donated through the the state That I shown of one'year *Thli ui Ta tawrate twelve years* and Was a memberof with a key dumber '
e of first degree murder, which was of that city. Through aloud now the case, however of the la State of Infant mortality a*' compared the Three Score and Ten Club. jMr Arvare I* speaking this Get habeas Corpus',

"MM not guilty when arraigned .courtesy hook-up we were by a'recent report which was re- with other section'of.the, stat*. Surviving him are three daugnters week at Lawfey and Hampton and ,-- itt
circuit Court this week The speaker Board of Health the numberof ,'Mr. M. D. Carter of Law- Next week at Brooker.
I to be expected will speak
of stopping A *
the Importance week by a person the three '
bas been Mt told of ceived here this thl comity :tar teyi Mrs O.. A. Gardiner Starke Trial of Georgia men I
for,January 15. for the .
.woods fires and that Jobs Interested In such matters marriage of Jacksonville accused of attacking. Dr. ,. .....-
state, who I Is outnumbered the number of .di and Mr*. II;. W Rosier MISSION'HALL' J
I.ONO GIVEN BANQUET I 41,000 wage earner.in woods using Industries and who had written to Tallahassee : vorces that were granted. Figure : a brother.. :.George L. Dohm. 'Despite the freeCIng weather a berg! at a football game:in ''Jackonvlll -
rederal dependent on the for the Information. 134 couple ap- of Miami add t.v *ltcrv Mrs. II:. attendance''greeted Mr. Oeo.V. -month ago, WM delayed
Judge A., .V.: Long;,of were at stake if aUowed uncontrolled If low death rates be taken aa for 1931 for show license that to get tied and O. Clarke of Bt. AusrtMtlm and good. Tlbbltt Tuesday evening when Monday when writ. of babeaa 't
,. former ofWUS fire were health. tnen plied issued ?
resident I forest of good corpua was ;i
criterion of Philadelphia. preventing
e, tim the nineteen appeared before a Mr*. C. ]L Bailey be brought a wonderful mlaeionarymesug s
given a banquet last to destroy our valuable pine this county Is well above the average only ffortito get untied.:I IThere The DeWitt C.. Jone Company which be illustrated with their removal to this" state for'
by In an I
members of the Bar Aa- rate of 9.1 per 1.000 Judge trial 7.
on of ber. with a _. rii.if must be a scarcity of irate had charge of the funeral broutlfui natural colored picture
the -- ?
l Eighth' Judicial I I In the year .&II.U. Howev oft In thl. section for no annulment ment The) topic chosen by MrTlb The three' meD Felton. Mlxoa.
The occasion marked thekselon Tom Raulerson Dies County, with a 441. carries parent were asked In that year. Pallbearer?wane:WV J. Epper i. bltt WM "Salvation" aDd''he- took Lamar Mlxon anil, .....,;.War-,

IMlrllle of Federal Court in From Broken Neck ors for the fewest deaths per bon-I Pneumonia, with a toll of thirty on.; J, )L..Brownlee, E. A.Winks his nearer through the process) mock. of Tarrytown.i-Ga., Insist
presided over by Judge thousand inhabitant lives, has caused the greatest number .?.U.-B. Sapp, 'A. J. Thorns and from black (the sinful state) toed that their connection with ......affair r'
wa listed as having I blood washed dakJ the 1* a case of ml.takee'len !I
of Starke County Bradford duringthe 'Jdr4'tl1ow (the
36, deaths In .. .
Raulerson of ..
, JOE Thomas. to a fall at Cocoa highest rate 23.1: per 1000. but five years from 1927 to 1931.Influenza I < .. a.D::. .. ..... the whit., green which I Ia fruit tity. The habeas corpus. ) I is ;jrelojrn-!
tajured Inmate :
TRUBY who. >
INJURED: died in a Jacksonville death of State Hospital follow a close second GRIFFIN'PROMOTEDi bearing and then the gold (purified able Degemberl9., Vir:
f Truby. .commodities dutrir some time ago Wednesday were Included In these figure Co with a toll of twenty-eight, the i 'Adjutant.:General Vivian Collin : and refined). and fit for His The men are accused of hitting
hospital were !
tor the FERA. was In- I ia reported to have lumbia and DeSoto Counties of show of st, ,Augustine this week' announce kingdom.: Dr.. Sternberg on the new with a
iIrt4Vedneaday when Raulerson truck upon which be next to Gadsden with a rate' Oth.rJdl--.andibeluunb r *' the appointment of Ma-' The Illustration took In many oft drink bottle and causing,,poa-

.. truck iD front of the admin-- fallen from a several monthS ago 19.1, death of death" thev ..... .causedver I;tr8..I'lfIIant.7', : Griffin to'the countries) and people which Mr ibis fracture of the d uIJ. H* wa v
-*" off tee. .Mr. Truby wa was.working his neck. When his In Bradford County, the five-year period area* follows 'patUl'iil! of ccccmi: L'outsninC Criffluha TlbbttU ha* contacted In bIB II8'V\P recently released trcut a Jackson

to the cm hospital where he I and fractured failed to show improve- rate among: negroes I* 13.6 considerably this : typhoid;; 'nine; maJar..x{,. : been located at the State rat ''tri *'around the world TOe ville hoepltsi."OREEl .

low to be 'Buffering only : condition brought to a Jack higher than amongwhites meaale one>; whooping cough one; Arsenal at St. AUgustine since,be : what-Christianity has accomplished 9 tit
Mpr a few ment he was 7.2. several ago. la the live of those where '( FOR
strained weeks tubereulo left Stark. year. a
He three four ;
ligament : about
j txpected to be out withlll a few _viDe hospital Other figures in the";.1931 reportof I diphtheria pellagra. three; diar- It ha'been carried Inspire other Congressman R A, Green said
JI, ago for treatment. board show that the fourteen; PARLOR to forward In the work. that right of
natlv. of Bradford the health I enteritis and dysentery, sev II BUYH BEAUTY prM today by seniorityand
-. '. He wa- a, are the I. total number of birth in this rhea, mother have died In Bale of the Perl Beauty 8hopp Tbe.'evening was indeed a treat. on account of being now floor
',1 CHRISTIAN.CHUBCH. County ,Hls survivors Ethel | county for that,year 18 or en.Twelve during this period. to Mr*. W. B. Mundy. Jr.. wa*. ann (t. the regular Bible study next solar, Congressman Jo> Byrne of 1
widow and two daughter population. Therat childbirth Ills Pearl week the will be "A Bag Tennessee should lie elected i,
4 Mr. and i 19.4 per 1,000 lists tbe.population ,unceU'tbii week by. subject ) speaker
El meter] A. M. Growda"CIu14tIaQ and Louise; ..his'parents, and one among Brad ford's white population The report County .* 9,700 of Manning former ;.O\Y c.r.. Mr* With ..01..." IX la In t be ,Bible; of the House 'of' Represenlap ,

[It and withor. now ,.eldtntw'cb Mrs),'Henry Raulerson, 21.4. 1* higher than among of Bradford are white and J.8OO Mundy.will employ II.... Archibald find It and acme 'out and hear the tive.'' Green until recently wa. a ,
PaiaUl& wut the sister'and four brothers.Bone l' Collier County which 6,900 candidate for the petkenhip. tf
irto preaeb; a are directing the colored. 14.3 colored. ,John af operator,, xpksastoa '10.. x'tjyf
n and Gidden birth, rate are
here at 1:34 f p. with. '.t ha the lowest
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Hers To Vote Negro Draws: Life( I I Ancient la Well Proverb By Illustrated Young.Lady 'Officers.. ChosenFor Hard Freeze nilTs; ; ;;;

ContinuanceCrop t i In Prison KillingOf I Local
The old Roman's certainly knew ; '

their stuff when they used to cast Little In
cynical eyes at each other and Damage County
Fellow Convict *
Control' sagely remark "A skirtibus cannot Debt t Adjustment
a secretorlum keep." Which -

I I lads and lassies was their Frozen Beards, Ilalr, '
way -
,will Be Open At Brooker<< On Absence Of "'IuCftU) CBIM of saying, "A woman cannot keep Meeting Held At 'Lake Butler Truck Crop Loss Feature Cold Here Bradford S h i vers '

December! 14, Dyer I[ Of White Men To Be I a secret." Wednesday Afternoon to ,

Says Continued I Anyway what we are trying to Discuss Operation Froson beards, frozen hair frozen -

sentence get! around to telling you is abouta -----1 Runs To Millions clothes and frosen goldfish were When. MercuryHangs

Plans have ben completed foi A life was Imposed young Starke miss in the first Dr. E. L Btu" appointed just a few of the Icy items on the

dford County cotton and too Thursday on Charlie Hill negro grade at school, who stopped bya chairman and N. Stlrnberg secretary humorous side of cold spell her

farmers to vote. Decembei prisoner at the Florida State Farm neighbor's house for a short visIt of the Bradford County unit All l l Over FloridaCitrus this, week "'0' Around. 20

Ton continuance, of the Bank- who was convicted In Circuit Courtat the other day. of the Farm Debt ,'Adjustment A schoolboy reports that he .

Lj Cotton Act, and the Kerr- Lake Butler this week for the The subject of Christmas came Commission at a meeting: held -... dampened his. hfeJr-a. usual to
Act County Agent' slaying of Charlie Hunter, also a -- comb It Wednesday morning and -
ktt Tobacco Wednesday afterwm at the court
[ T Dyer of Lake Butler anIMS negro prisoner in the prison' mess up-as at this It has time a of habit of .doing house In Lake Butler.Representativay' Given Awful Blow-Evergbtdea that by the time he reached the Little Barry Bloom Or Fruit For ',
We" ; balL. year. Beans Suffer schoolhouse his head was neatly Cold To lIur&Will 1
*.. urges every grower from BI'adford. I
[ and tobacco to take ad- The verdict oi'l'Ullty with a recommendation "My mother already has me a Badly encrusted In a cake of Ice. Delay SeasonBradford
cotton Baker Columbia and Union Counties
of the right to say whjth- for mercy came after present to give you the little -- A man who had not shaved for -

for tale not they want the acts con the jury had been,, 'out for almosttwentyfour girl said. After the lapse of a were present at the meetingat o" rldo.coldest'December, weather several l days says that the dew set- I County broke out In 1

Two-thirds of the farm- hours. few seconds In which the neighbor Which time the functions of the on record virtually wiped out tled In his beard and Immediatelyfroze : goose pimples along with the rest

: expressed herself as being delighted ( commission were explained by W.Kerr the state's tender vegetable crops giving him tbe strange of the country Wednesday .
voting must vote for the cot- Hill, who was serving a: ten- Scott field-man for the Fed- appearance mornIng
i and curious In turns and greatly damaged citrus according -
I ourfirstgrader of walking Icicle. as unofficial
a thermometers
act to continue It for another year term for robbery In Pasoo eral Farm Credit Administration.
i came forth with this to Associated Press reports -
Many water pipes burst in here were variously reportedat ?
and continue the fifty per County Is.said to have stabbed
ir of sublety: "I can't tell Among the cases to come before Wednesday.The .
tax on all cotton ginned over Hunter as the prisoners were filing gem you Starke and plumbers reported a from fifteen to twenty degrees
it what it Is, but it's something ; the farm debt adjustment committee ruin WAS widespread rushing bu ln....
you on Wednesday:
[allotment based on past pro- Into mess hall. The, killing took This temperature, which Is believed -
Uon. place as the result of an argument blow your nose on. of J the state are those through thousands of acres of proving conclusively that, it Is a to have been the lowest her "'
------..- wherein farmers have been granted beans tomatoes, eggplant squash 111 wind that blows nobody
following a crap game, it Is very In many years climaxed a period
|I Mr. Dyer points out that farm said. refinancing loans by the Columbia peppers and similar truck: garden good. of cold that began late last week.Wednesday's '

i under contract with the gov- Fire Truck Get land bank butj'settlement has produce but no monetary estimates --. .1 was a still, dry
ent to control production last Contingency Asked been refused by mortgage holders of the damage are yet'avail-
n are under.the same con- Trial of Chester Whit and Jim or creditors. There.are now 606 able. Growers and marketing men Plant City Berries freeze; high winds which prevailed '

ti In 1939: and Secretary; my Jones white convicts at the 2 Calls In Week' such commitments, totaling' near- I ngreod that the loss would run Into during abated.the early part of the week'

(Agriculture has announced that prison, for the slaying of Omar ly $2,000,000opllle; at Columbia millions of dollars.Congressman having rl

tuctlons for 1939 must be twen- Wilson 60 another convict was for Florida farmenw. Although this extraordinary
J. tale
|flve per cent of the base aver- continued Indefinitely Monday at However the euJnmlttees will I graphed President W.Roosevelt Sears urging Are Given Setback show of temper on the part of old

1 1928-32 and benefit payments the request of the state because of Grrn's Store Damaged And give, equal consideration,. to casesIn I that Federal funds be placed at men Winter swept all truck crop
the absence of a witness. Kendrlok Home Hwy In Its wake, It was believed that
to -
be made on up 'thirty pert
I which no previous efforts to refinance the disposal of growers so that re-
t reduction on cotton. The two men are accused of Roof Blaze have been'l)1l1&1e. and application plantings might be made. Unlesi htpn"'ataVue' Bvglnalng To comparatively little damage 'was
Wilson In his cell at the done to the strawberry crop here vt
stabbing Mote From IfllWroroughCounty
farmers will' de- : for a committee's services the
I'm* question such aid Is forthcoming congressman -
order 16 get hit Cold weather and since there was only a small
money. consequent
December 14 is whether or prison. may be filed,by .either. a debtor or said many truck farmers #
I amount of bloom and little
-. fires in heaters and stoves this. very
they think these voluntarytracts & creditors will be forced on the relief ,
Methodists Hold week caused the local fire depart Postponement of Plant City'sdrawberry fruit on the bushes. The plants i
signed bfarmers who -In conciliation of
'ment to make two runs- / CI attempting shipping season from themselves are hardy and can survive +
eighty-five to ninety pert Special Service I I Urav' debts, a'committee's. procedure Temperatures officially reported two weeks to a month seemed eminent a freeze with very few fatal e4hies.
I t of these crops; will be suftI !- ..- I The first blaze occurred. atGreene ; will be to seek to arrange over the state were: sixteen a1\
.Store about 1:00 o'clock today as the result of freezing
I to protect them ,from over A special ThanksgivingServ-: voluntary settlement. If this fails Gainesville twenty at,Ocala, twen temperatures there this week Bradford County had completed
Monday morning as the result of
ction by the few non-coop- ice" will be held Sunday morningat reflnancing will be attempted pos- ty-two at Jacksonville Orlando Nn
a faulty fireplace.The :The, crop there which began Its trucking season and few vegtkbjes -
jtorsI Church In celebration ilbly through a federal lending Bartow and twenty-four
the Methodist Tltusvllle.
fire started in an upstairs bearing: about two weeks! ago and remained here to be thermometer ; T
I The for voting will be As a last resort If conciliation in Miami,
polls open of the splendid report igency. at Sarasota .thirty
room and most of the damage was was loaded l with bloom, Was given victims., Garden crops
8:30: o'clock in the morning made the church at the Florida : Is impossible a farmer Brief falls of snow were noted
wetback and shipments various able and cabbage ,
: done on the second floor which Is a, gonenit greens
> 4:00 o'clock In' the afternoon Annual Conference held In Gainesville nay avert foreclosure through the at Tampa and Jacksonville and f
1 standstill.It almost loss how-
occupied by Mr. and Mrs A. H. : came to a virtual were a complete ..
I the county agent and county last week. Prazler-Lemke amendment to the surrounding territories but the
was feared that frost would
Green and Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
iltteemen have arranged for The Starke church.reported everything national. bankruptcy. act. flakes melted as fast as they hit : ever.With
In fruit.
black heart the
Wimberly and their families. .... cause continued cold weather It L
II i to be held at the Post Office paid In full for the year --- :; the ground. It was the first snow I fruit
More than '13.427 pints of
The damage was estimated at will be the latter part of Februaryor
\Brooker. members taken in, Will{ Show soen In'Tampa In twenty-eight :
and fifty new Roger. from Plant City
about had been shipped
9100 and no Insurance was I the first of March before shipments -
I A brief summary, of.Cotton andceo the Rev.' B. M. Montgomery said. carried.on. the building. Coming To,,Ritz year through the first of the week for of strawberries get underway
adjustment -so far 'has It was one of tire. best'reports In. Roof Blazes ------- Estimates of the damag to eit I which growers had l ,recevled'$3,- In this county growers and

i explained :.to>>-, groups ,ot fari .the state. The second alarm of'the week One of America's meat, noted ,'rus fruit, on trees varied' and 296.00. shippers here estimate, However,

i in this county by*the county .The pastor requests that every was turned In shortly after noon ..uithors, Irving S. Cobb; has supplied growers were hoping for a slow ''Post' -freese reports from Polk If It. should turn warM' and rain '

t and other.. of the Agricul- member of the') church be present .Tuesday when a small blaze was Will Rogers with his latest thaw which would lessen the loss. County stated that strawberriesthere within the next few hours the beri ,

Extension Service to give at the Sunday morning serv discovered on the roof of the home vehicle,' "Judge Priest." which The rich Everglades section suffered were set back about two ry shipping season will be hastened i

i a clear picture of the sltua-/ ice.Following of T.: N: Kendrick on Madison omes to the Rita Theatre on Sunday an, almost:complete loss ol Weeks. Sarasota County reporteda l by a week or so.Collector. yr

Every grower of cotton andco the conference, Mr. Avenue It was stated by members for a two-day run. Its bean crop. Unofficial estimates thirty-day setback, .
Is his vote returned to the cent loss A. .
urged to cast Montgomery of the family that they had According to advance reports, stated that ninety per --- Ullin -

that time. church here for another year. been burning some wrapping paper the film gives Will the finest and was 'experienced In 8,000'acres,pf Mr a. Alvarez Reports
.-. The Rev. W.. F. Jones and the and that some of it must have fallen noat human role of all those he beans between 'West Palm Beach' Seal Sale Urges

> Rev. Laurie O. Ray both well- after sucked has the screen. He contributes and, Miami. Receipts
roof being on-
the played
alias and Plants known here were returned to their on memorable ..:..- ..;.... -
and Femandina up the chimney. : to the film Mrs. J.M. Alyares; chairman of
churches at Ortega aol lohnDohm: Native
The blaze was almost extinguished rtrait of an ex-Confederate Christmas Seal sales In Bradford Early Tag Buying

respectively.' with'a garden hose before dler" who dilutes justice with the Dies In Miami County, announced that receipts. at
arrived. The of human kindness and who
HereBe truck
the fire
re Shipped -- the end of the first week's campalp
Forest Fire,LossesShown damage was covered by Insur. laves from disaster a helpless girl The body of John A. Dohm. 78;I totaled $00.33, which more Says! All Cur Owners tunnel lie
Parade and the father whom she has never I Accommodated If {Vat/.S
-- In ance. who died Sunday at his home In than quadruples the total receiptsof

Used In Beauttflcatlon -._--T...-- mown. Miami, after a brief Illness, was the sales last year, 910.06. Sales Till Last Day

Project-ApprovalExpected Prevent Forest Fires was the BRADFORD HEALTH COUNCIL On Tuesday and..Wednesday the brought here early Tuesday motiv la 1M3 amounted to only 116.00. .-

Soon keynote of the Impressive motorcade ':TO MEET AT ,CL'vB HOUSE UU will show "Marie co-starring Oalante"in lag for burial accompanied by his 'Mrs.. Alvares received a'I' telegram The new automobile tags, la ,
Starke ,on The regular meeting of the ;unusual picture Mrs.' O. A. Gardiner
----=- which of congratulations from May spite of their attractive coloring
'Truck loads of palm trees and Friday afternon at four, o'clock. ,I Bradford County, Health Council Spencer: Tracy and Kettl Oatttan.kflss'Oslllan who was called to Miami last week S. McCormick, executive secrets)' black numerals on a grapefruit

bery are arriving'.here. this The parade which was held In response i will be held Monday night, Dec, 17at .. newcomevtifromCurope audiences are lad account of the serious Illness of of the Florida Tuberculosis and yellow background, are, moving .t

*Jfor use' in Bradford. Counwt to Governor Sholts' proclamation I 8:00: o'clock at the Woman'sClub ; and film this 'her first her father Health Association.The slowly, Tax Collector C. A Knight, ,w
FERA. beautification project designating December 2 I Building. anxiously Funeral services were held county chairman Is calling: reports at the end of the second

Pj<* .is expected soon to receiveWwval through; 8th as Forest Fire Prevention I Miss J. L. Sogaard.Healtb'nur.District Superintendent ..-, picture Thursday in this and country.'Friday, of next there Monday afternoon; with the attention to the window display ol week of sales. "

of the state organisation.: : week, was Intended to remind I Public Board of week the Bits offers' Warner Baxter Rev. J. C. Sims, pa.sto..ot the Rlv- the seal committee In Brown'i Mr. Knight urges automobile "

[ The plants,, which are being ach Individual of his responsibility and also with the State In "Hell In The Heavens. This erttlde Baptist Church In 'charge Pharmacy.. The realistic scene represents and truck owners to get their tags
[ought, here from the Florida In joining hands with the State and l Health Nurses, will be present and 1. aviation picture. cad the service held here 'at Dyal the snow-surrounded "Lit early and not wait until ,the last VA
II thrilling
s te Flu-m. are being temporarily I Federal Governments to combat will address the meeting. a Cemetery Tuemlay afternoon, at tie Red" the first tuberculosli day or two of the sale as It.will ''A

f *l It the airport south of the red enemy of the forest-forest two o'clock was l-a charge of Rev.C. sanitarium in the country. be impossible then for his office t

wn. fires. I J B. Price, pastor of the Starke Mrs. vvivares wishes to thank force to accommodate all appli
The plants will be used, ralong Appropriate floats with banners Bradford Not Most r Healthful County Baptist Church with Interment all who have contributed to the cant. -

*wts! and highways and also In depicting the various phases following in the family plot sail sale, and is also grateful to Governor 8holt.'bote emphatically ,-

"tutlficatlon of the airport. It Is of the forests from denuded scenes I Ito Mr. Dohm came to Stark. with the U. D C. Chapter and the stated that there will be no extension x'

llaled" : : the Ideal protected forest were But Show It Above Average I his parents fifty-seven years ago Bradford County High School / of time for getting the new (N
outstanding There were floats :[ Figures "(!tern' RAhway, N..J. Ho married vhnne members helped to make tags after January 10. Mr. Knight j;

DOUGLAS CHANGES PLEA and banners tolling the part ofvarious : Miss.'Matilda."Underbill. daughterot the first week of the sale a sue- says The time was extended last ii
__.... l__Ua.. parties are .Mr.. MdMr*. William Underbillof
rvi*; ( because there was a delay
County Charlie Douglas, who Alachua I playing In jj this. irk of the I II Ardent boosters of this county In the state, and Madison County this eounfy>-who preceded him ess.The chairman asks that all mall year In only production of the plates at T
officers confessed to
!be say Rational and State Forest Conservation for advertising purposes with 27.3 the highest. I.In death several years' ago.He contributors contributions submit the State Prison Farm. It l.. said..
Playing of J. .1.. (Pate) Mat used to boast Miami.
" I program., Music was ran the "healthiest ,Nine babies died In thlrf:county was secretary ,. of In the return envelopes which are .
**. at that It was
W Bland on December 1. deredby the Lake City:; Band That such is not In 1931 before reaching the age Meat Cutters No '1)1 for the past sent the mend which are printed
who state.
** was recently indicted on a which,was donated through the tn the however, is shown of one yewK *Thm.isra! )Qw.,rate twelve years ana .was a member with a. key number. Sternberp'I'Aitackers .

\\IIeIded* of first degree murder courtesy of that city. Through a now a'recent the case report, of the State of Infant mortality as' comparedwith of the Three Score and Ten Club. Mrs, Arvares is speaking this Get Habeas Corpus: t

Circuit not guilty when arraigned loud speaker ,,hook-up we were by of Health which was received other sections-of.the, state. Surviving him .re three. daughters week at LawUy and Hampton and .-- .. ..
Court this week.. Th told of the Importance of stopping As Is to be- expected the number' Mrs. M. D. Carter of Law- will speak next week at Brooker '
pal has been set here this week by a person .. .. Trial of' Ut three j' meal
for:January IS. woods fires and that jobs for the matters of marriages In this county far Uyj Mrs. 0.. A. Gardiner Starke, Georgia
. earners,In the state, who is interested Tallahassee outnumbered the number of divorcee and M.... K. W.1 Rosier of Jacksonville MISSION accused of attacking Dr.. 8.'trft-
LONG GIVEN 41.000 wage 'and who had written to L. Dohm.of berg at a football gam :la. ..-
BANQUET dependent on the woods using.industries that were granted. Figures :; a brother:,George. ;Despite the trolling weather a .
If uncontrolled for the Information. 134 couples applied Miami sad;two sisters. Mrs. K. attendance greeted Mr. Geo. sonville a month ago was delayed 9t
edara1..JUdp A' V., Long.;*offc were at stake death rates be taken as for 1931 show that good
If tow when writ of habeascorpus
* vliie,. former.. resident of forest fires were allowedto of good health then for licenses to get tied and O. Clarke of St. Augustine and f. Tlbbltta Tuesday evening when Monday a )
Macke timber the criterion before a Mrs. C. M. Bailey of Philadelphia. wonderful missionary was Juued'pr.'eAtl.q. :r
was given a banquet last destroy our valuable pine I only nineteen appeared be brought a
"t1c by members of the Bar Aa- ,average judge la an effort; 4o get untled.1, The DeWitt C. Jones Companyhad message which he Illustrated wltb.tltltui their removal to this state for
IIIcIaUon i charge of the funeral arrange natural colored pictures. trial.
of the Eighth Judicial I 1931. However Gulf There must be a scarcity
OrnuL The occasion marked the I Dies ,' In the year carries off honors parents In this section: for ne annulments 'ments. The topic chosen by Mr. Tib- Tb. three m.n" Felton Mixon,
ftr4. aeealon of Federal Court In : Tom Raulerson County with a ..8, each were asked In that year. I Pallbearers 'w-re* W J. Epperson. bitts was "Salvation"! and he took Lamar Mlxon and H.naa.ca.War-;; $?.

I be.rille presided over by Judge : From Broken, Neck I' for the fewest deaths per Gadsden Pneumonia with a toll of thirty J. M. Brownlee, E. A.. Wlnk- his l. bearers through the processfrom mock of Tarrytown Ga._' rastut

( '- thousand inhabitants. the lives, has caused the greatest number ter,.J.,B. Sapp, .A. J. Thomas and black (the sinful state) to that their connection with .th.*. affair -

{ Thomas Raulerson, 36 of Starke County was listed as having but of deaths In Bradford duringthe John 'Uglow. red (the blood washed !state) then Is a case of mistaken J Identity. }
4I- at Cocoa highest rate 251: per 1.000. .. I The habeas .Is JhMBfra-.
fall fruit
OB TRUBt; INJURED: who was injured in a Inmates five years from 1927 to 1931. :: I the white, green which Is corpus' r
some time ago died In a Jackson- deaths of State Hospital follows a close second: GRIFF1.VFRO: TED bearing and then the gold (purl- able December 19 :,1*'.
Columbia Influenza
' Truby.,commodities dlstrlkSf :' ville hospital Wednesday, were Included in these figures.were with a toll of twenty-eight the Adjutant General Vivian Collins fled! and refined) and fit for His The man are accused of bitUoff '

for the local "ERA. was tar1 Raulerson Is reported to have and DeSoto Counties rate of show of Augustine this week announces kingdom.The Dr. Sternberg oa the nose with a ;'
Wednesday when he fell fallen from a truck upon which be next to Gadsden with a figures Other'diseasesand. the> numberof the1 appointment of Mas-. Illustrations took In many soft drink bottle and causing pusslble .. ,

'r*a offs fry of the was was, working several months ago' 19.7. the death: deaths. theY burs caused--over" tererResnl'0; J. Crtffln to the countries and peoples'' which Mr. fracture of tho/ nkull. lie was L4,
Ucn Truby and fractured his neck. When his In Bradford: county period area follows soatttod! of seeonl: Weutemnt. Crifflli.has Tibbltts has contacted In his sew recently relmsed from a Jacksonville :
:--n to the GUI hospital where be condition failed to show 'Improvement rat among: negroes Is 13.6. considerably this five-year t7Pbolct"nlne. malaria' six; been located at the State erol trips' around the world To broepl tal. ,

' foiua to be ,suffering only he was 'brought to a Jacksonville ,' higher than among measles: on.; whooping cough,onesdiphtheria ; Arsenal at 8t Augustine since ,he see what Christianity has accomplished .. .. '

:"u. a few strained ligaments. He hospital about. three weeks whiten 7.2.Other tours tuberculosis left Starke several years ago. la the lives of those whereIt GREEN FOB BYRNES '
.. Peeled to be out within a few treatment figures in the 1931 report three dlar- .- has been carried Inspires others Congressman R. A. Green said -

: n. ago He for.was a natty of BradfordCounty. of the health board show that the fourteen enteritis pellagra. and dysentery. ; sev RUTS BEAUTY: PARLOR to 'press forward In the work I today that by right of seniority 'L'

.. '. His survivors are the total number of births in this rhea, mothers have died In J Sale of the Perle Beauty Shoppe The.'evening was Indeed a treat I and on account of being now floor
CHRlSTlAJ ;.4 for that,year was 118 or en. Twelve At. Bible study next leader, Congressman Joe Byrnes of r"
F (CHUBCH) widow and two 'daughters. Ethel county childbirth during this period.The to Mrs W B- Mundy Jr, was an- the regular
', "Christian. and Louis; ,his' parents, Mr. and 194 per 1,000 population. The lists population ncunceU: >tbis weak by Miss Pearl week the subject will be "A Bag I Tennessee should be elected speaker ;
Bradford's, white population report Is In the Bible of the House of"Representsr i
. eteA.and.autear. Raule.ud. oneslater : rate among 9.70O of Manning former .owner. Mrs With Holes. It ;
a BOW residing. Mrs,.Henry I 21... .Is higher than among of Bradford County sa will, Mrs. Archibald 'find It and ccme out and hear the liver: Green until recently was a ,
brothers'Bore. employ
four and 2,800 Mundy,
patatka.wtu and white !
' peacb .f the colored. 14.3 Collier County which 6.900 are candidate for the speakcrshlpc
.)ronPtlan CJuu'Cb.ber. at7:30 p., and Giddens are directing Ith. 1.& has the lowest birth rat are colored.. Johns a" operator, explanation.

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By Special Live Community Happenings Items Us by_ Must Tues.Noon ReachTelegraphWrlter8 _-II i

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Horace 'Roster's) farm. We wish NOTICE 011' APPI.I1"0"4
Heilbronn Springs
i him great success in- this prosperous NOTICE Is xHIREUp
Mlim Thelma Rhotlen Cor. tlrm. W. A. Tyler, Corrrapendeat E. Crews, Correspondent" Vera Gainey. Correspondent Mim. L. o.ek!.., Corr..a..t section.Mr. That 0. W. Parmenter: OIV EN,
Tax C rtlfl",au No, "'
Miss Reba Greene spent last Raymond Bryant of Double Run Mrs. Ebb 'Thornton and Miss A birthday party;;; was given at Robert Hall and family of day of AugUBt. A. D. ml! lo.uOd :,
week with bet cousins, Miss Ger was visiting here Sunday. Willamae Thornton and Miss Ol- Newton Markey of Santo Fe, the home of Mr.' and Mrs. W. R. Lawtey are moving here to this aid made certificate application In my offl.eIId,1*

''r tie and Nellie Greene of Brooker. Rev. and Mra. EJ. S. Hicks returned lie Marr, of Starke were visitorsIn spent Saturday night here with Kersey's last Friday night In hon prosperloua little community on Iniiu thereon In for,' tax d".d '"
A very large crowd attended home last' week after this section Sunday. friends and relatives. or of A. J. Yarborough, Robert the farm just vacated by C. EL following law.. Bald described certltl.ule n,. )nra'wli11
a prayer meeting at the home of spending some time in Branford. H. P. Gainey and daughter Vera Crawford and Lacy Gasklns. Three Crawford and family. We welcome ed In Bradford County. pi-LSi"-i "
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thomas. Mra. W. R. Swanbom and Inez Starling of attended church services at Shady birthday cakes centered the table Mr. and Mrs.' Hall here as our witt Lots 60, 63. and East lIull' "-'
Jacksonville Lots 61 and el In ,
spent Sunday here Wonrtluwn, ,
I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones and Bryan were tho guests of Mrs. with Mr. and :Mrs 'Max Carter Grove near Trenton Sunday. with A. J.'s'cake holding twenty. neighbor.Miss 80, Township 5 South Irena Section 21.
Thelma Rhoden spent Monday in W, A. Tyler Saturday afternoon. Misses Ruth and Rosin Mr and Mrs..R: M. Galney and one tiny pink candles, Robert'scake Nancy Starling of Green- Ie.East..,' containing 80 acres more,, or
Mae with
was decorated eighteen
Itft, Starke. Mrs. Frank Bummer and children Rowe and Claud Rowe of Lawteywere daughter, Eloise, of Olustee spent candles, while Lacy'scake wood spent Sunday here the guestof The assessment of said| properyf;"
tiny pink
M... Ella Kite and son. Albert, are visiting her mother, Mrs. Sunday here aa guest of bill parents Miss.Lucille Crawford. under the Bald cortlflcnle l I.'d'' ....
visitorshere Saturday.Mrs. held only twelve pink can In the name of Mr, J. I I. .
are here spending some time with Snellgrove at Lake City this week. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Galney. Mrs. Wade Gaskins and children ter. armUnlem .
dles. Games were.played a
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Kite. Mr. J. C. Dixon of Lawtey attended Hattie Darby and Miss A., B Shaw of Gainesville was Yar- 'were visiting at Woodlawn laid certificate shall I h.,
Mrs. Mary Kite returned to her church here Sunday. Stile Prescott were visitors here attending to business here Mon late hour and then Mrs. Sunday afternoon. deemed according to Inw, tux dJSj .
assisted by Mrs. J. will liiiiue thereon
was on the 1th
Monday. j
, home In Jacksonville last week Remember church and day, Gas- day 01|
Sunday L. Gasklna and Miss Billie Pre- Mr J. D. Peele and Wale January A. 1> 19311.
ri after spending several days here school her every Sunday. Prayer Mrs. Lacy Norman, misses Ona Mr and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and vatt,, In serving refreshments to klna were transacting business In Dated this 88th day' of Kovt-mlHir
with her son. D. L. Kite. meeting Wednesday night.O. and Ava Norman, Miss Phlllls children of Jacksonville spent the Jacksonville one day last week. A. V. ,1834. '
Rhoden was a business visitor Cannon and Thedo Norman guests. A J. THOMAS,
L. Brown of Double Run were
was Sunday here aa guests of her pa- Misses! Billie and Jackie Prevattof Clerk of ("Iruiilt Court' ,
to Lake .Butler one day last In this section Thursday. visitors in the Evergreen section rents. MI'. and Mrs. L. R Galney. Misses Billie and Jackie Pre- Jacksonville wore visiting Miss Bradford County. Fluriii
week.J. Sunday. vatt and Reatha Bradley of Jack- (SEA)
C. Jones spent a few days in RISING -- sonville attended the birthday par- Martha Crawford last ThursdaysMrs. --

j Jacksonville last week visiting his children and Mr. Hilton Dunkley, Birthday Party ty given at the home of Mr. and ..Hester'Sapp spent a few
Mrs. II. M. Mcltae, GUANO
i Correspondent week at the bedsideof UNION
Will Jones Mrs. W. R. Kersey's Friday night. days here last
; all of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Mrs VV. D. Webb gave a TEA COMPANY
v5, R. P. Taylor and son,, Richard, Quite a number of people here ,relatives here Friday. birthday party in honor of their Weare, sorry to report Mrs.' W her sister Mrs. W. M. Reddish Superior line Coffee, Ten Spice
1, .and Granville Taylor of Jackson attended the Bradford County Misses Gwendolyn and Ernestine daughter Betty Joe, on her sixth M. Reddish on the sick list at this who baa been very 111, for several ,Food SpecI81t1eHnulit'-

ville were visitors here Saturday Singing Convention atWater Oak Buddlngton and Miss Audrey Mc- birthday, Monday December 3. writing. We. wish her a speedy days.Wilbert 'hold Necemltlcw

Church Sunday. Rae were shopping In.Jacksonville Many various games were played recovery. 'Crawford of the CCC Coupons with purrhuiuii reducm-
GUM; Miss Gwendolyn Buddlngton reports .aturday. after which punch and cake were Mrs. J. L. Uasklns was visiting camp near Ocala spent the week able for useful arUrl... Orders
Miss KUznbeth{ Harnage,,Cor. that the adult class opened Miss Vesta McRae spent'Tuesday served the following guests: Douglas Miss Ollle Marr at Starke last end here with bin mother..Mrs. J. taken at your home and dells

Plant Monday the tenth, and that she night in Gum Branch section and Phyllis Hazen, II. J. and Saturday. Roy Quinn. ered.
Hill City spent
Mrs., with her brother-in- has a total of thirty-three enrolled, with Miss Helen Norman. Mary Ellen Waters, Imogene and C. E. Crawford and family have Responsible Salesman man wanted UH
Friday night and that the afternoon class will Remember services Pine Richard You for Christmas seals only
? at Level Carl Hough. Eva Fay moved over in the Woodlawn section pay C. CALLAWAY
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs J. S. C. Distribute
1 be from 3:30, to 6:=::0. Church next Sunday. Everybody Galney, Joyce Atkinson and Mary whero he will be engaged In once but they work for,you the P. O.Box 531 Green Cove Spjs
Sapp. .
Mr and Mrs. L. A. and Mr 'round. '
Crosby come. McGauley. farming this coming year on year
Mrs. W, R. Kersey, Mrs J. L.
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si Mrs.; H. H. Keene Saturday., _
Miss Vesta McRae of Rising section
j Tuesday with Helena spent Tassia ON
Norman.Mr. YOU UN18 r; -4s 8 01 n-BM TEY PI4HT IS 1 WN6T.4Efi MY
UP WDAI6D MlERe R41VNw1GT ALL oven ?
.,and Mrs, L. L. Conner and .1. OR4QU Wit-I.. 1)), PaLt-M@IL DOWN J FEAR'ib CATCM wipe is uP AQLH
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Mr. and 'Mrs. J. F, Shaw of the YOU ? ZXL- 11'4' 8TFt6ET WITH "n11Stw11!
+ State Farm made''' a business trip

to Tallahassee Friday. ,. tb
r, Misses Louise and Selma Sapp
were the gueati of their sister,
Mrs. D.. P. Reddish Monday.
Miss Estera 'Meaning spent

'Tuesday night with Helen ,,Nor 'r

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I. B. H. S. Purchases MondaySenior Qtrl's Glee Club

a wonderful poem that is still BondAll Wootcn-prefers brunettes \ Tuesday-Kxams of the first
highly cherished by her teacher. $20 Health ';
IfIlIIJ" three periods. ,
# School JournalSTAFF 1 Miss Snyder will please stand TMra.
Bradford High and see herself gd by. Contributing Get ('hrltltnuulS.I8 Long, with the help of the Wednesday HXAnis! of the ., !
: and Red students- has done the work of a fourth fifth and sixth periods.Thursday d
b Geraldine
., (Impersonation y librarian. -Make up work, special
-------. --.-=" Tlllman\ ), 'Badjle" Raymond Blummer is a blonde exams, and conflicts Teachers -

I----:! -- across the stage). and Irene Lewis). not The school -has purchased & $20 Anita Wainwright prtfers tall will record grndua..
And last but least Miss Al
health bond to help with the fight boys Friday Regular c n e ct u 1 e

_____'Editor-in-Chiet Next Mr. Gilbert Brown. Next Mr. Joe Grlffls ma Thornton. : against tuberculosis. A keen Interest ', Leecy Fogg I* wearing a dia- Christmas program. Report cards:
poroth/eptD Asst. Alma's ambitions to be a mond her left hand? .... ._..
1 _Kxchan. Editor His chief charm In the eighth Joe was a genius with gum' were has been manifested In doIng on -

lJt>rulhv ilaUn Marwlek...____A..t. xch..n.e. grade was his smile and note he and was secretly In love with nurse doctor sick men and marry this. Al who contributed will Lost Umo la never gained JOKRH

en. Marw ick.A.ltrLit Editor Editor still has the smile. His face was Louise Snyder. I wonder if he a millionaire. May good luck receive the same amount In Christ Grace Adklua likes to go to -

Karx"8e' Jr. _.Sports Editor always so clean that It shined He still Is T He loved history so well go with her. mss seals with the picture: of Gainesville. Voncltt-Talkng about age and ,

nubDcvider.Society Editor was bashful and would blush If a that he slept with his book under Please stand and see yourself goby "Little Red", the first aanltoilumfor Next week we atart taking ex- weight-
,," 6ternberiAeot.. 800 Editor girl eo much as looked at him. His his head. He had two ambitionsIn tubercular patients on the Ama T Lorraine-.What di, y>u know

Wilian g ___Aent-, Editor Editor favorite pastime was playing mar life namely to become the (Etta Fay Dyal: impersonator). seal Also the red "Badge", which', Friday. December, 21, we get out Vonda-,Well, my auwnt Is 515year

!June A.lle Anderson h tfield ._.J..... lflnt.rtalnm.nt Jake : bles. He carried so many In his heavy-weight prize fighter of the la an emblem showing a contribution of school for a two weeks vaca i old and 258 pounds and carries ; ;

.. vr. Edltol pocket that he rattled like a model world and to hold Louise's hand To the part of the senior class to the worthy cause, will be tion. her age and weight welL
Ma.Good Hrannentiinment ; that finished some where else. I Gullda Marie Thede! likes to giggle -
;J..le EErditoryarY "T" Ford when he walked rll without blushing. given to each student,
to stand and may say that only God and your ? Edwin Torode--How much dye
Lualll, Elementaty Dpartme t ,. now,ask Mr. Borwn Mr. Griffin will now stand and -- -
: look backward by looking for himself by. teacher know how you looked and LIBRARY CLOSED I Bonnie! Lee Ford Is walking. charge" to press a pair of trousers 1
see go were In the eighth Where Is her Ford? -A shilling is our
and himself acted when you NEXT FEAR Cleaners-
ward see go by. (Julian Griffls: impersonator). UNTIL has
Chapel Program grade. ___ I Elizabeth Holllngsworth charge.
(Impersonation by Howard the teacher Is been leaving her compact at home -All just one
Graders Be thankful that Books be checked: out during EUwIn- right press
8th Brown-. Next Miss Frances Hemingway may
Given By not here today to show you the by those studentswho but aho borrows Mary Lucllle'a T.U'MOlt leg for six pence and I'll have my
the the holidays
Who would thought .
childhood.I -----0 take a aide view Instead -
Friday of photographer
tragedies reading,
Auditorium little girl In the eighth grade I are behind in parellel /
fo Next Miss Melva Crosby thank you and now Mr. Gray who wish to keep aheadof 1'IHMJUKHH of front
would blossom out Into the beauty or
She was always an "A" student will make his announcements.After the --
Backward" An Impernontttlon Frances now is? At that time she the game by reading during
looking always on time and the pride and The changes in the eleventh
Senior .* but holidays. 'U.DASOFFEa
of the wanted to be a missionary
Joy of her teacher. At that time announcements ''by Mr. grade room are few but important;
Appeared In the lately I have heard she is thinkingof The library closed last Monday
They she had no use for boys and was Gray, chapel was dismissed for re- otter several new pictures have beenadded
until -
Is Big reopened
Eighth Grade taking up barefoot dancing.She and will not be
in clans
determined to be an old maid cess i l every disturbance
Success will stand and see her the Christmas holidays.This
school teacher, I wonder If she self now .b- early closing Is made In order costs one cent; last, anyone tardy

Chapel last Friday was given by still- has that ambition. (ImpersonatorLouise go by. Sullivan.) Basketball Team that books may be checked pays a fine of one cent. _.

grade (with a Miss Crosby will now stand and their places etc. The class Is working very'hardto
eighth into
the little combined outside help), and was a big see herself go by.Impersonator Mr. Blake Jackson- Gets Under WayEarly.This put -....... proper*..., the give Junior-Senior the seniors' entertainment.Count a good time at_ _i1 1i\

success ( : Doshla Smith). Blake bad just come to Floridaat Week SOCIETY _e I \

First on the\ program' was the I that time and everyone was sure your pennies- -your penny
"We've., Story to TeU To Next Mr. Joe Edwards! he was a Yankee. In order to test B. II. S. To Have a Girls. and Boys A delightful affair of the past counts. Buy Christmas seals!

hymn Nations", sung by everyone. He was so quiet and studious him Mrs. Perkins asked In her best Team Thl weekend was a dance given at see rm

the was a Bible reading by Doris that his teacher thought he would school teacher voice "Blake what Year the Woman's Club Friday night

Then Silcox, ,followed by the Lord's grow up to be a preacher; Can is p -lIcker1" Blake was a man --- and sponsored by the Bachlorettes

you Imagine her astonishmentwhen of action and a little question like Basketball practice got underway Club Among those attendingwere

Prayer Junior Glee Club ren- he one day appeared on this that couldn't faze him. He stood early this week on the rebuilt Martha Powell Dorothy

Next the "Dutch Lullaby." very stage and did a tap dance? and bowed and said, "It's a kind of court. Sapp, Mary: Lucille Torode Lillian I-

dered a number, his In so that time but and a boys Sternborg, Mignon Slaaon,
"High pre suO Why he moved legs many a soup. He got by We have both a girls
A 2 act skit." with Elaine Wynn directions that he resembled a centipede I later disgraced himself when some- team this year and will probablyhave Louise Snyder Grace Adklns, M.
Salesmanship, Math and He asked; Charles Pender, Joe Edwards -
Anderson was next Joe was slow In one mentioned "okra. a Junior team also. E. Wynn
and A. W. and Oh! Blake! You under and Edwin Smith.
adaptationfrom just loved cats- girls "What is okra? Though practice is getting ,

number orglnlal(The stage story also by A. Mr. Edwards wl'l now stand and may know your pot-licker but youdon't way this year no games will Miss Dorothy Sapp spent Sun-

the himself by. know your okra! > : be scheduled until next semester day In Gainesville with friends.
W. Anderson); see Please stand and see yourself go said. I Miss Elizabeth Halllngsworth
Next came the number "LOOK I (Goldwire Colson: impersonator) Coaches with .. I tt
out for the week-end In Lawtey a ?
have come pent
The following
an Impersonation I I by. ; as tlMtTTO edition of "S'LOUIDA
ING BACKWARD"sealers as they appear Next, Mr. Merrill Edwards. (Impersonation by S. L. Alva- the boys team:,fia Torode, Olen Julius Mary Lucille Toroite. awncvoa A a1IOafUOIlT3.' in coos iu ht 1
of the spent the .
grade. This mas- Merrill wes so full of pep that rez). Beudenbaugh, Slnncon Phillips, ;I Sidney Hersafield U ava pals it llfty cants each
e4; In the -- Kenneth Lyle Raymond Plummer week-end in Jacksonville. IBM; An om ni.y eels
directedby of the now while taty
written and he was the Inspiration i oll
was cM-
terpiece He Next Miss Geraldine Johns. The followinghave' oome out for 4 Isctlon *'f Florida au
all know and popular song fUr) a
teacher we fctruni
the Geraldine was perfect. She loved team: Dorothy and Marjorie Illustrated-embracing ,
Why he the girls uriMVnfplacet
Perkins! Sure Has Got the Pep birds. rare ilcnu
Mrs. Byrum troplo "
love, '-' was as full of pep as a pot of pep- everything and everybodyeven Marwlck, Earnestlne Andrews IF YOUR .&''JcllSelect". size of merest outaSiins'.n; ln rt-. ,
BACKWARDS"By His great ambition was to boys! She was tiny and dain- Grace Adklns, Mary Lucille marks hlasorlo! ohi.rnotrrt ere naiirel y
"LOOKING per. never sold/ or lot than The wn.'H Ur.irnt ac. 1
football and just full of happiness Torode Martile Hemingway oMnotnens
and become a
Perkins n
Mrs. up Interortlni
(Read on the stage by A. W. hero Girli at that time meajnt I (Lorraine Hartman: Impersonator Gullda Marie Thede'Lillian Stern- BREATH HASA JOe: Yon now can buy e-.rn'ne*. intensely tasctnatinp )nr'4"nnr l'm }+
hla life. If you ). berg Vonda tnnrnn. of Pnrhl! j htirv. %-
nothing ir young ; the glarnorons'ages
and '
Anderson) and the sam* size qualityfor ( PI.1 s
material Is fine we the 1C?
full The aa
whole room Chv'een (
recently him a
Roosevelt had showed : j
President Next Miss Louise Kite. should have good teams and a YOU long World'a **lr ouvonlr Shier
published a book called "LookingForward" of girls and said your distinction by her So tote no* such a book bs-n p"1?;
both witty !" he would have said, "No Louise won successful season. ta etw-nti end
was Invaluable
which pick .
Havana and imported tobacco !!
She could road a kl
rather have a foot- current events. --- -- --- clft tor n.u'the
thar kit-I'd tiaehsM. A perfrct
,and The wise.name of this skit la "Loo'i- ball." newspaper! ad.fI enough lesson.mate "MANNERS" CAN'T FEEL WELL fur only 5c\\ est m friend or InforniRtive Flori lane n'Mtiv Hnml.
rial for a whole history live unusual, ?
Backward" and I can assure Edwards will now stand and de WEtfiAtp 'i'' cr.v'r.
Ing Mr. I onaFLOR pebbled 4-color proc
Gandhi the
Her on Mahatma In two countries of .. d..sysa some
report no .. food I
the u4 to* U l
resembles Wtwa w* Slav T *
:you It in no way see himself fro by.Impersonation bUIlfctanda out an the bent report world today are manners the same e.&r b...... O.r t,44, BU tuMl. ewe the mote m illubtrallonn. alts
bock written. by: our "alpaabet! I ( by Vernon Sil- .o.d.g ..* .< oar Ml"* MdW .II It get youroney Mailed In special container
given In the eighth: grade and according to Emerson the --1' ... .( ..kl Peeld r
in looking backward :- oven "bed JMo-II. *... .nl M senders rsme and addr president Now senlol'lItUIU cox). room. She should win fame In great American essayist and lecturer *..,* all ..a urn ,..,.... It ..... wtnomg eve ught.i prepaid to anywhere In the United '
I hope none of the .Miht sad a*foot tat uythlUM -
half of the s
of of one States.
field journalism.She the people
to a pillar of salt for as you Next Miss Leecy Fogg. the .bat s.... food will please stand and see her world know no.Ubw M, people got a. ...a. our bile. i
: ) ,
about-senior. called-the i will wb. w. Newark,N.J.z,0k FEATdRg3 .YNQ: In
will soon learn It Is 'Leecy might well be half live., Jntnr..... dtmt H. Wh. fa UM 'Ie ,....., 90UTHL RN ,r
self by.Impersonator other
Is over smUcJoil :! BO the 41.'a out N. Newnnn St.'JeeksnnvPie, fl-,
before the skit sunshine girl. She ; It !I. the no** toU
However original ( : Doris Strick As we might naturally expect bod,. Unl M a plate of U aN flowlBS tntmur OentlBinen: Knclnoed find S;
thite: will be 'salt tears: In your the time. She bad so many '-.l.. w, ; ck" 't
land). the standard of living In any Ivor 1.5..r ::Spa for whl"h ntn..e s nrt r-y oM.
hearts.< that they :... .. bud awl .
In Card
and murder your "A's" on her report __ and Florida Hl2hIl3hta to tl.o tot*
eyes I country governs the manners .f .m toot dOM (. Mr *. fMt < of ,
Now, as baa been said before, over flowed and flocked like fairies Mr.: Donald McRae,, the1 valiant I lllo of Its Inhabitants In the uncivilized .h" ,..I.. Thin iU.v ...ml.s polM all are> lowing;

the senior class of B..II.three-8-, like parts.all" around her desk. Some their of them tiny ,I Scotchman. portions of the world one .nor body n ear soonD frlcndi dx nteutM.Wh omen oar. tad" "..11I MELBAClaAR .......... .,............ .......,..
Into hold I
Caul, Is divided would even up Donald was neither good l nor bad will find the manners, tradltons, (bat v. don't) and W. Ml Ilk. whipped

One part finished the eighth hands and say ."Please, Leery next, let -he was just BO-BO. He was too and customs j>f'' the people far removed ...........don't Oft M....the. mouthwash_..... TMt ar Carter1 take .. .41,..... .....4I/ ?,..1.

grade here,' o"e finished some- me be on your report card wise to be wicked and to canny to from' those of citizens of : laud.[UttM u..... rill ..hi.h mntly Mart. tHaw .... ...... ....... .a...i. 4.... .. .

where else and one ,didn't finish month." be caught. lie had a perfect: clt!. such countries aa the United States I of four bib Jules But.'If bn".,.omulbintb.tter" It. Cot 7ce Sdrp ,.
do .
social stand andlee <. ; erne .. .
merely won promotion will please ; .r.rj( I.I .1/11/1./a.t////4//,1.
at all but Mica Fogg/: zenahlp record and still has Dear England. It may IM e : iMravn) put whlIOOMM
and went 'on up. The partof herself go by.Impersonator old Donald with his dash of Scotch And Manners like styles of dress, ...u.. grips and mamlAt CuterUUt4 the raatiul Sender's: 'name ;. ... .. ,.... .. .
pie. IL11N.JVILLE!::
finished Har Id mane :
that Louanna .
the senior: 'class ( ; blood should gofar Is this old with the yeara. In our by MUM and *.. wkc |M .
forward at change sseaattsMIdsf c.x.ce.:: alnesvWe Flu., Distributor .. ,4 .IL "
here will,' by looking' vey.) world. own America what ,was regarded 01. ... < .
the stage and looking backward You will please stand and see as good'taste a few year. past ------

over the years see Itself .as it appeared Next Misses Myra and Myrna yourself go by, would not be BQ.considered today;

at that Ume.' Frink. I I I (Carl huford: impersonator) In other countries of the civilized OF YOUR
seniors, put for Bradford .
up It was a great day
Now dear grown world we f lupine" same trend. Of
; on your "specks", !' and look. when this double done of charm Mr. Charles Ponder all people theories of the uncivil

..;...--; first entered the front door. The Charles was Peck's Bad Boy lie ized world adhere more closely to rA I:74 FAVORITEMAGAZINES :

First Mr, Leslie'Biggs. popularmanager ne great trouble with these young did everything but the right thing the same manners and customs

.of the football team and ladles Is they are determined not and occasionally did the right throughout they.ars. than. do any
perfect answer, to,- '.the; maiden's to be twins (which they are). of If thing by mistake. His grades other people. .- L' I
Myra could 'acquire the and hla attendance rest "reality"not
prayerl ranged from 0 to A Good manners on
In the eighth grado:: he was nonchalant Myrna and Myrna could acquirethe record would have made a "pretense", as many seem to

o .' loved history/*and hated beauty of Myra, Oh! Boy! crocodile shed tears. At that time think. t

his teacher. I'll now ask Mr* Biggsto What a pair of peaches we'd have. he wanted to be an artist by profession I Emerson says that we shouldbe

stand and look backward by Even at that early age they knew and do a little prize-fight- friendly with others yet be in- AND THIS NEWSPAPER FULL YEARYou

looking forward at. the stage and more about flowers and plants he lug on the sideline. Who would recognize dependent. He prefers a tendencyto Combination Offer
see himself go by. than Luther Burbank did when this erratic creature.. the stateliness rather than an excess Save Money on this Amazing

(Leslie Biggs' Impersonator was eighty polished actor he Is today T of fellowship Your Favorite Newspaper "ht
William Grinner now, walked (Impersonators: Bessie Colson Mr. Pender will please stand and Practically every newspaper or 4 Leading Magazines and

; see himself go by.Impersonator periodical we read today gives

( CCydney: Grlffls.) tome topic of Interest on the all-

Important question of world peace.

Next Miss Martha Powell. What? Did I hear some one asking PkklStttCTOHt Pick 3

Martha's crowning: glory washer : how manners has anything to '

i becoming modesty. She was' do with world peace. At any }

usually as silent\ as a painted ship rate the two are closely related. iiiofari1Res
PARFUM but when .to world peace requires -
upon a painted ocean The one'way
I I the end of the month came around universal respect for the

coIVeJ CI.LIJtnai i I she always had a perfect stringof life opinions, and manners of the

[ "A's". She never chewed gum different races'ELEMENTARY:

4 In .class. has never frizzled:: :: buth'e e a sHea.i
; ; / turned her baby-blue CIIAPICL1I0LDoJ 1 1 1 MAGAZINES C

eyes on one of the boy'-he: fell in- SESSION TH VRS. c S )Crop( .........". ,,-.......J' d,.,
famous French fragrance to a trance! pnds..1Taf. r .
This w 'u.- A.....
beloved ofeverywomaamakespossible Miss Powel will please stand and The grammar school chapel: met Q11eaM a ,............ tWlbWd aOalp e 0 T1ae : aMr Jfagtw.11utd.\!'I Y., k,
Thursday and enjoyed a short C e.- ....1 Ya CJo...., -01..IY.. ..
see herself go by.Impersonation last ........... j a..br ....J" ..
most generous giving. by FerrellJones period of entertainment and relaxation c IIoCaD's y.., ........ trr J.
( cw-7).1' I vu1 I ,
Ea studies. The program .... r 'AIIiI1ewaAi. !!- y
yet so inexpensively. ). from I CO= .I N' .........,17a atfiei ..... n.
popular, of matchless del was as follows: .....'I"" a.-.I'I'' .,
can Next Miss Dorothy Sapp. 1. A song,' "Morning Prayer"by Co.- ... .u......,. r yAiNrNf/A Q N ....yJKqda.ITa.... ''rNN
icacy, long-lasting you Dorothy was a wonder In her all. or...... ...1"... Akr.a a..Je. ?IL..a..1 $,i iD
give nothing studies and she did what most girls' 2. The Flag Salute. IUWW. ..... 14 f ........... "" ',; .I"'TI,
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Town of ... ,
Little Jaw _.__
She stayed on the hon 3. A song, "Oh gaua. S ,
welcomer.dew..p do.
cannot su.eocr ,. ..
more ;...1 y ......... ..1 1'..
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s love
and remained madly In Bethlehem, by ,Neeaa'w.rY.e
ls roll -.1 Tr.o .
or C .....",. IF YOU PREFER Jf..a-a
for the whole eight months. Her 4. A very Inspiring talk by Rev. ys..M1d NNd. ,. auae..iWranyq'iIaM '

l Merrill Edwards. Merrill :. B. Price, Baptist minister. tdJ.cs.N/e MAY CHOOSE }
hero was YWb..4,1.S. : ,.
Maid F'.xN ..2 '
bad just begun to shave and 5. A talk on Forestry by Ilerbut o .---at fecaw ...:.. ALL 4 A\AQAZINES W'e wwW Ts.
chairman of the O -- .'.......1 'I.. ..... ... .....1 ''l'ro
considered himself quite a man. Packham C c.. ... GROUP 2 ,. 0.0- ..
s2ooC One morning when he walked Into safety committee. o Ckesk1aardretbee17)( ) FROM a...;..".;q .. : Tr. lye v

the room with his face shining 6. A lively "Pep" meeting un- /wes.atsra.
Dorothy Jer direction of the Elementary
like the morning sun '
'II"M'Vju.lCiu looked at him and said "Ooooob! cheer' Leader. w. ,;..r..'.. T4. ." .rl JSB! THIS.H.-NDYO..F.IlIlIA'VU: TOD.%' '

you grrrreat big wonderful man!" CAecA Me four m.g.ttn t 4.tirt *nJ ntvrn tttt ?

P..", .....,'/1.. Miss Sapp will now please stand WHOOZITT Our arrangement with the publishers'own with your order fill ottt coupon cari/ulfy. t

L. ".. 1r, deer,' and ate herself go by ---' representative enable us to mekeyou GMtIo_. I _.... I, .. .. .__ 'M..e.d' e. tb. 4.reusae/ns '
Loyree Philips). A senior. ....ted mrk. eooMuIrtloe I* utw tfnItntt ,,
J, Hi use .errs far../;, r .. (Impersonator: Is a boy.Popular. : this remarkable offe,. "It I strictly c a pure ftut

and all subscription( will be .
Next, Miss Louise Snyder. guaranteed, "- tl'

\ '25* Who would recognize this superb Is only a .tal "' student unusual I entered prompJy. If you arc a* present n I f,D_,.. .,, ...,.., ."?-,,,"-.
creature as the little freckled Good looking In an e subscriber to say of the ..,.- .. -

,,: aced blond in the eighth: grade Height:. ft feat eight Inch. will be extended. Teo' aed lea -
About 140 pounds. tine: time
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1,*;: Her star..ambition Her record in the 'eighth and A Last good week's actor.answer: Katie. Fu- QUOTATJOHS OH MACAZIHES NOT LISTED/ SEMTOHJEQUEST 1 1'J ;

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h-_ ..- -.-,. .- DEC'IRES! 14 ..

Bachlorettes Have Mrs. L. A CanovaAt I Mrs. Angie SternbergHas companied by Mrs. Royster, sang clous lawn and at the --
Her Eighty-Fifth Trees, My Task and Mother of their CObCltuu
Progressive DinnerThe Horne Saturday games were
; I Birthday CelebrationThe Machree. Mrs. Shuler sang "Fad- cream and cake, which lIeT\Ied
Bachlorettes Club entertained Mrs. L A. Canova was at home' ed Summer Love," Mrs. Geiger from a table Will IerI
1 'fJocictrJ Monday evening, December 10, to a large cumber of friends Saturday : following article taken from gave a Christmas reading; :M.- fully embossed: centered by a beau
at a Progressive Dinner party. afternoon from three to five Sunday's Times-Union will be of Sanford Ritch played "Little Man, lypops were given birthday cake
Members met at the home ot o'clock at the residence of Mrs.- E.: Interest to friends here of Mrs. You'vo Had .a Busy Day," and lit happy occasion. as favors,OB>It'

---'- the president, Miss Ruth Stern- E. Canova on Walnut Street. Sternberg, a former resident of tle Morgan Cobb recited his Christ ..
berg from there going to the homeof A color< scheme' of red and Starke: mas Wish Patronize. the
Woman's Club Enjoys Santa Depression Claus., Charles Herbert Pender Packham, ; Miss Rosalind Jacobs where a green was effectively carried out "Mrs. Angle S. Sternberg was The children played on the spa- User Telegraph BII\
Christmas ProgramThe delicious shrimp cocktail was served In the' decorations' with polnset- honored on ber eighty-fifth birth- a
2 Reading, "Our Christmas"Jean -
Club of Starke Davis.SThe by Miss Jacobs assisted by Miss tias, red roses, Christmas berries, day Thursday by her daughter and ::::--
Woman' Mlna Manassa. The,main COUPS red candles,;and pine, artistically son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
met in' usual monthly session on atory of Christmas In our of the dinner was ,served at the arranged to carry out ,the color. Barbour In their home on St.
the afternon of December 12. country and others as told in song home Mrs Gertrude
,. I of Miss Hazel Adklnav with motif. : Johns Avenue. GodbeyKinlaw Florist
, The vice-president, Mrs. O. L. and pose:
Misses Estelle Kendrick, Bobble Receiving.with Mrs. Canova I "Mrs. Jack Briggs sang two ,
First Noel-
a 1 French The
the -
Beasley presided over meeting.: '
Conoly, Annie Mae Pearce and Mrs. W. Al- solos accompanied by Mrs. Louise
\ were her mother, 0.
\ The club voted to donate $//1.00 tot By Chorus. Mignon Slsson as"'hostesses. In derman and Miss Mary Canova. Entenza. Miss Lorayne Barbour OCCASIONS
Luther's Cradle
Jackson 2-German -
the fhlldren'* Home in the dining room of this lovely Guests In the diningroom gave a reading. 'She Powdered Her
t read Mrs. E. L. Biggs. were Invited Baskets of
ville. Hymn-Solo Dainty Corsages
AI j,4; was home, decorations ,suggestive, :of where refreshments were Nose' and Donald Barbour read 'A Flowers.
from the Fernandina Woman' 3- Welsh-Deck the Hall-By "
\ carried '
the Christmas was
season served. Kr.. H. B. McLendon pre- Good Little Boy. Artistic Floral Designs
Club asking that we bave a good Chorus ,
out, the place cards being'of San-
::.I representation at the Sectional 4-English-We Three Kings of sided at the tea table, and was assisted "Several of the guests wore old-
ta Claus design. A bowl of red
:' r meeting which meet In Fernan Orient' AreMrs.. A. Z. Adkins, surrounded in serving by Mrs. C. A. fashioned clothes, some dating We TELEGRAPH ,FLOWERS Anywhere Any Time
roses by an
arrange- .
I and Mrs. D. Knight and Miss Madge Middleton.Mrs. back far aa 1897. Mrs. Dixie
I" Mrs. E. L. Biggs J. ment of fern formed the ,center as Member Florist Telegraph Delivery Association,
Davia'wee; Doyle.,, L. Q. Powell was hostess in I Mozo was awarded first prize" and A Guaranteed: and Bonded Service
:' piece for the table and sliver can- :
'room where the wed-
' and the living Miss Grace Pancake, second.
0 Jugoslavia St. Joseph
, Public Welfare for this club year -
: delabra holding red lighted tapers
"I'i.1! :Miss Ruby Ltlley wan accepted asa Mary-Holo, Mrs. J. D. Doyle. were placed at either i end of the ding gifts of Mr, and Mrs., Ca Many pictures taken years ago 311 CHURCH ST. PHONE No. 40
Mrs. E. L.
The chairman 6 Russia-Carol bf the Russian nova were displayed. afforded much amusement.
member of the club. -
table. Miss Hazel Middleton and STARKE
, \ of Beautification, Mrs. E. L. Children-Duet, Mrs. A. Z. Biggs and Mrs R. J. Davis beautifully "Invited to share the occasion FLORIDA
Miss Mary Canova served the des-
, Biggs, announced that plans were r Adkins and Mrs. E:. L. Biggs. 'sert at the home of Miss Middle- rendered several vocal solos with Mrs. Sternberg were: Mr. and
being made for a well lighted 7-O Little Town of Bethlehem ton. The dining room of the Mid- duets and piano pieces for tAe I Mrs. George Brodmerkel, Mr. and
Christmas tree on a vacant lot in and Silent Night-By Chorus. dleton home was made most at- pleasure of the guests during the Mrs. C. G. Exllne, Mr. and Mrs R.I I

the business ,section of Starke. I The Chorus was composed of tractive with, quantities/; poinsettias afternoon.:, / ., Fairchild Mr. and Mrs. F. Strath- GRANDMOTHER'S
\Cdr, Kr .,Jv M. Alvare made a talk on Mesdamea A. Z. Adkins, J. D. and place'cards were of an 'E"S.. mann, the Rev. and Mrs. W. E. ALWAYS FRESH -=:ALWAYS GOOD
; the Christmas Seal Bale and urg- Doyle, E. L. Biggs and E. K. Fer old fashioned girl design. ; O.: ; NoticeThe ? Way, Mrs. Frank' Morgan, Mrs.

> ed the club to purchase a $0.00 ryman.. Following the dinner a short regular meeting of the Sallle Baber, Mrs. G. M. Wachild,
1 bond, which they agreed to do., Mrs. R. F. Demorest was reader business meeting was" held. The Starke Chapter Order of Eastern Mrs. A. C. Lynch, Mrs. Hazel IHD a BREAD
and Mrs. L. A. Canova, Mrs. Arena, Mrs. J...
B.. McLendon, a accompa- Taylor, Mary
H. member
Mrs. next meeting will be held on .Friday Star will be held at the Chapterroom
'' of the music committee, assisted nist.The evening, December 21, atiseven Monday evening at seven- Maas. George Dzyllnskl, Miss 14-oz. Loaf or Family 1'iillimui
'f. hostesses for the afternoon, Grace Pancake Mrs. Nell Rhodes, 1-Doz. Roll Loaf
''' by Mrs. R. F, Demorest and o'clock at the home of>Miss thirty o'clock. LoI f6c'
Mrs..L., A. Canova, presented the Mesdamea L. A. Davis, A. Z. Bobble. .: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hill, Mr. and
Conoly. 8c
the Installation lOc
', following interesting Christmas Adkins W. A. Stern O. C. Reg- On Tuesday evening Mrs. Barney Merritt, Mr. and Mrs. tfrAN
ister, E. K. F. F, of officers for the new year
Perryman N Larson, Mrs. C. C. Puraley, Mrs.
program: W. M. S. Business Meeting'The take Mrs. Delia Green Cracked Wheat Hearth Rye
Stump and Misses Hazel Adkins, will place, M. E. Todd, Mrs. Effle Cordray, WNEREECONOMYRULf
rtrt i 1-"Santa Cartles On", Old Man Annie Mae Pearce and Isabel Fernandez Woman's Missionary Society of Tampa, will' act .as Installing Walter Peterson, Rodger Wells, 8c 8c

served delicious stndwJch- of the Methodist Church will officer.All I Harry Miner, Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
es and hot tea. meet Monday afternoon, at three members of the Order are Powell, Mrs. Mattox, Claude Al- DIXIE CRYSTAL-Finest Granulated
' II 3 TREATS o'clock at the church. Devotional asked to be present at both of: I varez, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Seward,

.qJ Whitfield-Moore ant business meeting. theRe meetings Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Mom, Mrs. SUGAR 5 lb. Cloth Bag 25c
'1, 'J, Mr. and Mrs. Chip Whitfield _'--tIt '. + -- o--.---- Sue Rollins, Mrs A. Reinoehl,

c l I. CHICKEN Announce the:engagement and has been estimated that the RogersSmithMr. Misses Helen and Sophia Relnoehl, IONA-Tenler, Cut, Stringlesa
q BARBECUE population of England and Wales Mrs. Jack Briggs, Mrs Louise En-
\ Z. PORK approaching their daughter marriageof will reach its highest point in and Mrs. L. C. Smith, of Graham tenza, Mrs. M. E. Edward, Misses
:i1 BARBECUE Libertyto 1937. ,' announce the marriage 01 Betty, Briggs and Martha Lyles." BEANS 3 No. 2 Cans 25c
/r their daughter, Era, to Mr. Henry .
BARBECUE II EIGHT O'CLOCK-Mild, Mellow, Pure Santos
} Rogers, of Winter Garden, the
: Jerry W Moore who are prominently identified* in December Meeting
Nr; Also Oyster and 'Chill) The wedding to take place the young people's work off, the :,wedding Saturday,having December taken 1, at place Orlando.on Of U. D. C. ,...?. ', COFFEE Per Pound: 19c
} Christmas Day at the home of thebrideelect's First Baptist Church,' have a'host
"y HALL'S PLACE Mrs:Rogers bas>a host of friends :. Biggs'and Mrs. O. L.
Mrs. L.
parents, ,on, Clarke of friends who will learn witbinterest LUSCIOUS Yellow Cling. Sliced
throughout the county, who will '
'i.., Near Seaboard Station Street.Miss Whitfield and Mr' Moore, age.GREEN'S : of their approaching marri- be pleased to offer congratula- W.T.Beasley Weeks were Chapter co-hostesses, U. D.to C.,the on PEACHES 3 No. 1 Cans 27c

:::i lona. Wednesday afternoon, ..the fifth
"l' Mr. and Mrs. Rogers will make Inst. GRANDlIOTHER'SDeUcious 1-lb. Z-lbn. 5-11)1.)
their home .At"Winter Garden. The decorations were in keeping
' err a.e' with the Christmas season being FRUITCAKES 39c 75c $1.75

ZeiglerWoodburnAnnouncements red radiance roses and poinsettlas

STORE arranged in vases and bowl. -- -- -
are being received Mrs. L. G. Powell,' president, COLD STREAM
here announcing the mar- and minutes PINK'SALMON
conducted the meeting Tall Can lOc
of Miss Hazel"Woodbum
1 riage read
of last meeting were by
, 'ft Walter Zeigler,'on' Saturday, No- Miss Madge Middleton. The IONA .

vember,24, at Miami, Fla. chapter voted to give five dollars TOMATOES 2 No. 2 Cans 15c

t Telephone 86 DELIVERY SERVICE Mrs Zelgler:formerly from Illinois for the Mary Bessant Gift' Schol- DEL MONTE .

has resided (tn.,Miami for the I arship, which is open to young ASPARAGUS TIPS 2 Picnic Cans 25c
past several for the
' ( YeAr men of Confederate lineage
;, Mr. Zeigler tatthe,!son of*Mr. and lost two years of University work, ANN PAGE
,, &' Mrs. J. J..Zelgler.'pf Theresaa, and Mrs: J. M. Alvarez,director of tu- PORK & t for' several yea?', has been associated lerculosia'work: in 'Bradford A A P FANCYPUMPKIN : '
6 LBS. 12-LBS. 24-LBS with the Pan American Air- County, talked about,'the sale"'of! "
f I HI'MI O. : J ways, operating'out of Miami. Christmas'seals.: The chapter 'voted 2 No. 2i/2 Cans: 25clOc
; FLOUR 23c 43c 83c They will reside in Miami. to buy a five dollar bond( to help QUEEN ANNE '

I _____ the seal sale. The president ap- MINCEMEAT 9-oz Pkg.
', RAMBLER, Self-Rising 30c 53c 99c Miss Dodd On';Honor Roll pointed the following flower committee ,
t0. : Mrs. J. M. Brownlee,'Mrs: SUNNYFIELD ,
At State CollegeThe I and Mlaa'Amelia OATMEAL 2 15c
1i E. L. Biggs Ray I ll-41b.Pkgs.,
II following, release from the In the absence of the historian,
HOME GROUND News Bureau: of Florida State Col- the president teed a historical paper GRAPE NUT FLAKES Pkg. 9c

II SUGAR S'Lhss 23e lege for Wgmenwill be of Inter- entitled The Zachary Taylor "
.J MEAL 10 Lbs. 23c : est here; Scsqul-Centenlal, by A. J. Hanna, OLYMPIA BRAND Sultana C=:;:oU. Rich
of history at Rollins Col-
professor: Selected Soaked
"The historic city of Tallahasseewith PEANUTPEA'S
j IIIj III\ -4 Its old southern mansions and ege.The ,
'PLEi-ZING-No.- '1 Can moss covered live oaks will softly ; Chapter accepted an Invitation I BUTTER
;I GROUND echo with Christmas carols Wednesday to hold their January meeting
fj evening'' December 19th, with'Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Mrs I-lb. Jar 2-lb. Jur
'K: COFFEE 2 Lbs. 25c CranberrJ'Sauce ISc around midnlgh.tK.when seniors at J. M. Brownlee. '
: ; 3 Cans 25
15 25"
Florida State College,.for Women :'During, the social half hour Mrs. __:______ ,
McLendon, by -.J
: II. B. accompanied
observe a traditional custom, and
''p: ; HI-PLANE FENDER'S Half Pt. Pt.} sing carols beneath the windows ofTallahassee's Mrs. E.-I,. Biggs,favored the com- Firm, Ripe 'Old Fashioned GroundBANANAS
pany with three voice numbersa : .
i pioneer citizens 4 Ibs.

t r, TOBACCO Can 8e Salad Dressing lOc ISc' for"A the full carolers moon will robed light In the the way traditional (( The)) Dreams.Roses hostesses; (b) served Slumberland a fruit; andc sal- r for. ._ 15c ''MFAL Sibs 12c

caps and gowns ast they Fresh-Fancy.
to the
ad course following guests:
+ \ rriANETTO PLEE-ZING-- No.,2/Z. Can go from house of to Christmas'Cheer.Lighted 'house spreadingtheir Mrs. L. O. Powell Miss, Madge Tomatoes Lb. 7/ c Plain or .Self Rising IO.VXFLOUR
, .
Middleton. Mrs. E. S. Fresh-Bunch '

Tomatoes No 2 7c Fancvi 15cF" ers as they candles sing will held add by a the touch carol-of Mrs.'L. F. Chapman, Mlsa Etta Ti- CARROTS 7yzc

: can Pumpkin( ethereal dignity to the scene. B.son McLendon, Mrs. E. It., Mrs.Perryman S. E. Brownlee, Mrs. H, Fresh

j "MUs Margaret Dodd, a senior Mrs J. M. Brownlee, :Miss Olive BEETS Bunch lOc 6 lb. 18 Ib. 24 Ib. 48 ll>.

OUR SPECIAL SPANISH TRAIL from Keystone Heights, will be Ray, Mrs EffIe Miner, Mrs. W, L. Large Firm Bead 27c 49c 90c $1.77LETTUCE
among the carolers."Miss Wall and Mrs.> O. L. Haynes '
Dodd I Is among the ,238 7c
leE S Lhs. 1& PIMENTOS Can &c; girls In attendance at F. S.. C. W. Junior Music Club Fancy ShippedCABBAGE COMPOUND SHORTENING

making the honor roll at the close '
of the first quarter.Presbyterian ., OrganizedThe Lb 2c'

FOR BOILING FAMILYSIZE," 42-oz. ]; ,O first meeting of' the Junior PARSNIPS,. lb. 5c scoco
Ladies Meet Music Club of Starke was held '
Wednesday afternon at the home Large Each 1 Ib. eta 4< Ib ota 8 Ib. ctn
The Presbyterian Ladles Auxiliary of Mrs. Q. H. Lowry, on Cherry; Bell Peppers 4c 12c, '45c 87c
.' l." I met at the home or )In JohnUeloW'Tueaday..atter Street. "
I' j I n.'An Large StalkCELERY
; MIXED SUGAR NO.' 1 MAINE ... : Impressive''Ch'rWmas' \ de o- the This purpose new club of studying was organized music for in lOc Sunnyftald Fancy Sliced

k tonal service ,was conducted by the form of a rhythm band, and ir. a. No:- 1 Maine IRISH

,CANDY''Lb.:; 121/c POTATOES, 10Lbse IOe Mrs.',were'E. M;sung Davis.by Christmas all the mem-carols Mrs.selor L.of A the, 'Cancva club. wilt. be Coun- Potatoes "10 Ibs 12c BACON, Ib. 35c

I bers. Mrs. W. A.'Stern read from The following officers were

CHARMER MICHIGAN Nd52 the year book of prayer, closing elected:'President. Margaret Low
QUEEN can ( with a special Christmas prayer ry: ;' 'Vice-President, N. T. Ritch; HEINZHIGH
for all races) and nations. Mrs Recording _Secretary, Tommy
COFFEE Per Can 16c c CHERRIES 15 R. J. Davis sang as a solo, "While" Ritch;" ''Treasurer,., Louise Stern; QUALITY FOODSHEINZ
; Shepherds Watched Their Flocks. Corresponding Secretary; Juanita
''i The poem, "Leisure"' by Grace Barefoot;. Historian, Frances Ov- ALL KINDS- ->
; NEW CANE BRAZIL' Crowed, was given by Miss Lucille entreat; Press Reporter, N.' T. '
Mitc eU. Mrs. Donald Mac- Rltch. Cans

SYRUP NUTS Lb. '"19c' Queen gs/ve/ an inspiring; talk on I The club will meet, each Wed- _
't. Per GaL 50c <<: work and prayer."' The Bible lea-1 nesday afternoon under the direc- SWEET MIXEDPICKLES .

son taken from the book of Job,, tion of Mrs. L. A. Canova and Large 28"oz.Jar.: .
j "JII, c ,: was" conductedtby Mrs. W; A. Mrs. G. H. Lowry.'
: BEEF RITTER'S-I4-0z. bottle' Bonham Mrs. H: H.- Young gave CHILI SAUCE Bottle 23cDromedary'

: a very interesting report of the Birthday,Party At : '. Simla
1 TOMATO CATSUP 121 P'tor8ynodicaR, meeting ,recently Fancy
LIVER Lb 9C c State Cranberry Clan 70-80l*
; held In 1V"\if.f.jn.Be '" r .s welcomed into In honor of the sixth birthday '
UIe orxaaiaaUoa aa a new mem- No. ty, can IV-
t.SMOKED I BEEF ." ,-' onlversary; of her son. Wesley Ta- NUCOAPerib.
ber. madge Shuler, Mrs. T. W... Shuler 15cOrtitfron
RIB STEW 3 lbs. 25c During' the :shOrt business session entertained at her home at the
'' SAUSAGE 2 Lbs. 25c the ladles decided to meet Florida State Farm on last Thurs Sultana
with Mrs. R.,S. Fernanda Wed- day afternoon. The party rooms SOAP 18c I flaking
nesday evening to begin on the were decorated with holly and PowderS Powder
MIXED crocheted luncheon seta to be sent other greenery suggestive: of the .
to the Moaaop school for girls In Cbrlatmae season. Small PkK y IJ-o

DUffER Lb. 31c GROUND MEA lb..1 lOc I the mountains of \Tennessee.Mrs. The mothers of ,the little fclks llc 9c' _

,Ii'; Vglow served delicious] refreshments were Invited and to add to their -
..I at the close of the pleasure there was ,a lovely musical TUE CHEATATLANTiq&, PACIFIC TEA CO.MPA.NI:

e moeUa;:.; : program. Mr. Granger: ac- --

/ JSt) d "1'h '''((3t j' nr;.,Y4+,, .J'.

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'DECElIIItR U, 1034
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I Rev. and :Mrs. (). B. Price and I Misses Rosalind Jacobs, Annie I LitWTEY tharino Blanchard of Lakeland Thursday. ,It

I children were visitors. to Jackson- Mae Pearce, Hazel Adkins and Ea- O. J. IMillUpii. Correspondent spent the week-end here at the Mrs J L. Harrell spent tiev : \
ville, last Wednesday.L. telle Kendrick, will the, I,
spend i.:-fwwith relatives in Moul
home of their parents, Mr and
Bits of week-end with friends in Gaines Birthday Iris, Ca.MI's. ,
A. Fowler and Cetzen Parker ville. Party Mrs. A. M. Blanchard >.
Mrs. O. J. Phillips entertained Peat I Schurnan and daughter /
of Brooker were attending to( I'with a party in her home honorIng J. IX- Randall, of Orlando, was Gone, *pt>nt the week-end at
buulness here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Thomas A. Tur i her 'daughter Betty, on her renewing acquaintances hare her home in Gainesville
local Nev.b'CONCERNING ner and sons,,of VVHJwowl, were I thirteenth birthday, Wednesday --
Sheriff and Mra. W. J. Epperson here during the,week-end visiting j I evening. ,
and Mrs. G. A. Anderson spent Mr. Turner's o.otber": Mrs. J.
OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Saturday In Jacksonville Turner. 0.1 I' The rooms were attractively Until Christmas1j 1j
I decorated with fall flowers and 9 Shopping Days .j.jIt
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN lamer and ; i the Mrs. Bald- Mr. Mrs. J. J. Canova and

I win, was a recent guest of ,her little son, John, of Gainesville, I large. .pink and" white birthdaycake. L will pay you to investigate our,line, which & ,

mother, Mrs. Laura I, Powell.J. spent last Thursday here visiting '
1--- Mr. Canova's mother. Mrs." E. {5' I Games and contests were engaged includes: 4'Wood :." ''I' ;

Rhoda Zeigler, of Theressa.w Cot H. O.; Brown, of Lake But D. Logan, or ucala. Is enjoy Canova. I throughout the evening. Later ,t1. I ;1\i
Miss visitor her Tuesday morn- ler, was a professional visitor here ing a visit here with his uncle and delicious refreshments were Heaters at ..$1.60 &,id.up '
s a Thursday. I aunt, Mr and Mrs. E. C. Priest. Marion Constantine of Rochester I served by,the hostess, assisted by "

Ing". Minn., formerly of Theressa, Mrs Peaijl; Schuman. Window Shades, 3 for ,$1.00 ,:. ::1 \\1. ,

Brinson, of Baldwin, was. Miss Dorothy Turner left recent- Mr. Mrs J C. Downing and has been very 111 at his home In Sixteen classmates of the the : i
p. A. little the Rochester with a case of honor guest were present. for Old Santa's Pack !p
to business in Starke ly for Ft. Myers, where she is son Harry spent week ,, severs Toys ,
attending employed. end with relatives at Lake Wales. Influenza. I Mrs. J. L Harrell, Mrs. J. .M. '
Friday Reddish, Mrs. James Lyle Mrs. The widely known PHILCO Radio and
Edwin Green, Is convalescing at Christmas CandlvH at Tip Top. D. W, Dunham were shopping InJack.onvUI.Wedne.day
Loree Kelly; of New River, Fruit cake materials at Tip Top, ,
Miss here Saturday aft- the home of his parents. Mr. and Many Other Bargains ,
was a visitor Mrs. L. D. Green, from a Tonslllot-I Dr. Sammy Sternberg returned F R.; carradlne: was 'transacting :
ernoon. Mrs. T. W. Shuler, of the State to Daytona Beach Sunday after
omy. business In DeLand Monday. .
-- Farm was a visitor here Friday I FURNITURE CO.
spending several days here at the Mrs Lucile Beck spent the HART '
Miss Dorothy Sapp was visiting afternoon. Miss Elizabeth Holllngsworth, homo of his[ parents. Mr. and Mrs: .. week-end in DeLand. I :
in Gainesville during the spent the week-end In Lawtey the Nat Sternberg.
friends : Mrs. B.: Dye and Miss Au-
weekend.Free .' H. R. Brown of Brooker, was guest of Miss Mary Lucille To- J.

--- attending to. business here Friday rode. Mrs. G. .W.Alderman. returnee 1
. Baking Powder at Tip Top. afternoon. Dome Friday for,'a two weeks vH-,
Mrs. William Norris spent several It in Tallahassee with her son-ln-
Mrs. R. R. 'Thede, of Lawtey, days in Ocala last week visiting I liw and daughter Mr. and Mrs

was a-i visitor' ,to, Starke Monday her daughter Mrs J. C. Hillman Ceorge C. White.
WE NOW HAVE:, afternoon.
Tip Top GrocerySpecials
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Spaikmanand
Ideal ;
gilts: Interwoven
Mrs. Harold C. Wall and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Twyman Marhall
socks, :3 L 7r
pair $ .Quality
FKESII WATER TROUT W. M. Wainwright spent' TuesdayIn Store. of Jacksonville, spent Sun
Jacksonville. day here at the Sparkman home on '.'
Mrs. J. L. Boggard of Tallahassee East Call Street.Guaranteed .
WATER FISH.APALACinCOLA Chrlstmus Photon. !ninny ew State Health Nurse, was at. Friday& Saturday Dec. 1415
thing at very special prices. Last tending to official duties. here rlnglen* boss for E ,,
OYSTERS chance for Christmas. HOOMSUBlU Christmas. 91 a pair. Quality
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Boring and' -
Mrs. W. A. Davis of Jacksonvillewas son of Madison spent the weekend Rev. and Mrs. J. W Austin! of '
i a guest Sundry: of Mr. and here with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. fowling: : Green Rev and Mrs. PEAS SUGAR COFFEE

Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Andrews.T Holiday and little' daughter, o:'
THE MAGNOLIA '- -r FuBhncll. were week-end guests of 25c '
h Temperance Committee .2 No. 2 Cans .25c 10 Lbs. 45c 2 Lbs.
Misses Ernestine Andrews and Rev. and Mrs. B.. M. Montgomery
Dorothy White were visitors to Meeting will be held at'' the homeof ...
MARKETTiE I Gainesville Friday :Mrs. L. F. Smith Friday afternoon Sheriff and 44F. W. J. Epper- FANCY NO. 1 IRISII L A R D

FISH at 8:30.: ; son ,and Mrs. ,Q- A- Anderson, Tomatoes POTATOES, 10 Lbs. 12c ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles imbach, spent Sunday in Madison,visitingMr. .2 Lb S. 25c
Any bed room set or living room 2 No. 2 -
were visitors to Green Cove .,and Mrs. W| P. Knight. Mr cans N0 t SWEET
OLD RELIABLE suite for next two weeks, from five o
I Springs Thursday. to\ ten dollars off. Terms to suit Knight Is a brother,of Mr*. Epperson. 15c POTATOES, 10 Lbs..12c \\1101.11 GRAIN

at Denmark Furniture Co. 2t '

-; CARNATION'S BANANAS, 4 Lb. _._ 15c RICE '
Mrs. W. E. Brown of Nashville, Mr. and Mra. Clayton Stricklandare GOLD MEDAL

NAT .SJEZ- ..M Tennessee, spent last WednesdayIn announcing arrival of a MIL K' YORK IMPERIAL 5 Lbs. 22c !f
Starke visiting Mr. and Mrs. I
day. APPLES, 5 Lbs. . 25c
H. L. Brownlee.Beautiful
Don't get all excited and lose your head Klngeley Lake. 3 Tall 0117 c CRACKED GRAIN
over this Christmas shopping problem. I tl- Portrait Last cull DF..J.lCIOt8 E\TING

know the time la getting short and you have, for Christmas. New Styles. Low. Kingsley Lake. APPLES, Doz. -- 25c R I C'E''
not once thought about anything for Aunt BROS. ME A L
est prices ever. HOOVER left
Just few kitchen
Emma but let's to take say this nothing thing of calmly.Uncle Philbert-Just cast STUDIO. We are offering at special reduced 10 Lbs. 25c LETTUCE, Each .. 7Y2C 5 Lbs. ? 19c 9tlv

your weary eyes over the few suggestions listed George B. Flynn who Is locatedat price. Tones to suit. Hen
below and see if they don't make you ex- for mark Furniture Co. :Zt
Denmark, South Carolina,
claitu, "Tea sir, there la a Santa: Clause whenIt BLUE ROSE SelfRisingFLOUR
cornea to ;mot t 11c:1e-and: he's none other oiiia time, opent the week-end Mr. and Mrs.* William Norris r .
than our Uncle Nat." Here with his I'amuy. have as their guests at their homeon

I Madison Street, MrsNorrls"sonin ,
Sam T. Dell, Jr., of Gainesville,, South 23c 43c 83c
FOR HIM pent, the week-end here at the :l Mi. and Mrs. lt1L. Bartley, _of Indianapolis
home of his ,unoi and aunt Mr. '
BeHUtlfut patterns and Rood quality) and Mrs. J. _l. Brownlee, ,

$l. Other a little bettor for '1 39 and Big shipment-pujumus.-. New Rev; Laurie*G. Ray was here BALLARD'S TABLE TALK 6 Ibs 25c;.l2 Ibs. 45c; 24 Ibs. 87c

Manhattan Shirt at 11.115. colon stales quality Store. Sunday afternoon visiting rela-
tives. Mr. Ray Was enroute to his
rb.rk. homo in Fernandina after attend WALNUTS, Lb. ..w m 20c CORN FLAKES, 3 for ,25c.
COLDS ing the annual conference of the

666 Methodist Church In Gainesville.; BRAZIL NUTS, Lb. .... 15c ,QUAKER OATS, Pkg. lOc

fEVER Shirts and tiN In Christina X. : '
FOR HIMA first day boxes. Quality Store. ALMONDS, Lb. 20c ALL-BRAN, 2 Pkgs. 25c ,

nice aimortmant' of men' BOX that will '- CLUSTER RAISINS Lb: lOc CREAM of WHEAT Pkg. 15c''
TU'UT"lleadaches _
wear and look Bond for 25c. AIsoMunsingwear .u'ln> The Beginner's class of B. H. S.of ,
Sox in:plain and fancy color 3 pair for ""..\.'1 Mme Urnpuln SO ml.n..e which Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid Is -
,.. A teacher, will glv4 a Christmas program MIXED CANDY, 2 Lbs ,25c Petti Johns Food, Pkg.23.. q

next Friday morning Dec
CENT A WORD :21 at 9.13: : o'cIOCParents)\ of '1-

FOR 111MLet these present.; young folks't'are' invited to be FRUITCAKE TIP TOP MARKET

J ma Solve your Pajama' I>robl,,",. COLUMNMALE 'I I MATERIALS .. i ,
Madrlx1: 'and' two
Mrs. Harvey
P carry Manhattan Pajamas from CHILI Lb. 25c
W. HELP WANTED children Mary Anne and Hobby ofFt. ARE CHEAPER ,
V I SI.BA .* SIMO and I guarantee a fit, Lauderdale, are located at the :,
STEADY \VOICK-GOOD PAY Hamrlck Apartments for several LIVER LOAF, Lb. .. ._ .. "'.' ... 25c
RELIABLE MAN WANTED to weeks, while Mr. Madrlx Is In Bal. Citron, lb. 29c
call on farmers. No experienceor timore. Mrs. Madrlx .la the daughter WESTERN LOIN STEAK, Lb. 17c'I
capital needed. Write today of A. F, Saulfl.\ Lemon, lb. .29c .
McNESS CO., Dept. B, Freeport ',
Illinois. J.LARGE FRANKS, 2 Lb. .. .. ".. .--.- 25c +p
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kosel and Orange, Ib.. "._ 29c
ron HIM WANTED for Rawlelgh daughter, Miss Alma Kosel, of CASINGS Lb. box
MAN HOG ..v5c "
Tien In Xmas boxes at IW>* and SI. You can't Route of 800 families Good Homestead, Long Island, were recent Cherries, lb. .39c n ,
1 for hustlers. We train and ; visitors of Mr, Kosel's sister,
to wrong with our tie*. The pattern renew profits help you. Write Immediately Mrs. Maria K. Hull. The party Pineapple, Ib. 39c BREAKFAST BACON, Xmas box .j35pBallard's !

and attractive Rawlelgh Co., Dept. FAL-128-SA2 was enroute .to South Miami to
Memphis Tenn. 12-7-21 .upend the remainder of the.rwlnter. ,: -i Grapefruit, lb. 29c Biscuits, Can lOc

For Spectacles and eye glasses, Dates, 7/ .oz. 15c LONG HORN CHEESE, Lb. 21c
FOR HER best made see S. O. Lewis. Specta- Parts garter, suspenders and belt

cles make mother a. nice Xmas sets make Ideal Christmas; ..lfk. Figs, 8-oz. lOc | FLORIDA STEAK, ANY CUT Lb. 18c
See S. O. Lewis.
present Store. ,
llml by givIng Quality, ?'1.1-
out on a
Don't her anything get yourself but Mun..lnsar Hosiery. WANTED To buy Bradford iident" at- r 'ants".pkg., lOc"STEW BEEF, 3 Lbs. ,25c
at TW ..* .! and w. have.all of Starke bonds Miss .Mlla.tonar..auj,
They are priced! r County or City Women, Raisins 15-oz. lOc
1 the new lh"d... Give full description in reply. Address Tallahassee Florida State was College among for those Included WE WILL HAVE A SUPPLY; OF '
H. E. W: care
County'Telegraph.CALLING Methodist; In the'student Church, which choir, presented of the ?'',J Best ROAST, PORK HAMS, PICNIC HAMS, ,

CARDS, any size, Its snual Christmas vesper program AND SKINNED HAMS FOR CHRIST. ,
FORHJlJRIt $1.00 for BO; $1.50 for 100. Monogrammed there Sunday evening, December BUTTER ,

you like for your girl to have nice oft stationery, 100 sheets ninth. MAS SPECIALS.PILLSBURY'SFLOUR .
hands buy h.r a pair,of (lovs. ,W* have the and 100 envelopes 275.: Bradford Lb.-- .33c t'
fabric cloves at T"..* tttm and.the kid at ..A0e.d County Telegraph. Phone 29. tf. Xnuui :Trees at Tip Top. ?
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OFFICE SUPPLIES: Typewriter who in
.. FOR II FoR ribbons, adding machine ribbons, Among last week attending sessions Ibs.32c 10Ibs 59
nice nw :
ba.Ve Anr .lrl nave will them ap/In
Navy. Th.y look v.ry .xpnn.lve but cost machine paper, second Methodist, Church were Mrs.W Powder With ,
only SI. sheets on sale at the Bradford the White, FREE'One Can, Baking Each Box. P G .
O. Halle, Miss Dorothy
office. Phone
County Telegraph Idles! Ernestine Andrews, Miss Hazel h

29. Mlddleton, Miss Kitty Hogsed.A'ooditn PANCAKE FLOUR lOc Pineapple, Cr'.h'd, 22 can 19er4APLE '
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, Halle. Leslie Biggs, and +
repaired one-half: price. See S. O. Miss Georgia Haynea.A -
at Lewis. I have a few nice watches. '"!"" SYRUP, 20oz..15c: : ineapple Sli.No. 21.2 can 19c

Ladies and gents, less than half 'PERCUUAR'fiJUMT. ,

TOYS price. See S. O. Lewis, Jeweler. ." ........ ....*'..-1.a '1If1.... I WHITE BEANS, Lb. :_. ..6c PEANUT BUTTER, I lb. 15c
This ....f..lu..r admit thai hid
Old Banta'' Claus Is her too In fall J FOR SALE-"Millions Genuine b th.sbla. ".t. r.m.dyfor 1
Irritation HA '
Strawberry of "
bloom with a complete IIn. of Doll and I Maryland Missionary thousand at ,,,. know th.'.....l ht Mlllnsmil.- Blackeyed PEAS, Lb. r-l6c, : PRUNES, 3 Lba. _.25c r w
Toys for the kiddle. E"... th.'crown' upskids plants 1.SO per Hani or th.m This could not t.>
win find thln... Ilk. to play Caatleberry." Thurmond Farm d..n ton I....? th..o nnd.. w.r. sue.ee.
I ..fui. !!.' .ay., "Tou b. the PEACHES Lb. I5c
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Caatleberry, ." Ut a Ito box BUKETM.Aft'r SALT, 3 Boxes .. ,
four day.. It not Pl.....'. Kback ..
Io'LOWER3-Bent to anyone, any- ", you.. mon". HUKPJ'rltthe
Chtfstma Is Only,''About 10 Days Of.f-Shop. Early. holiday biadder to._ ., are mad. from SPREAD
where, can best convey your Jnnip b..rrl.". B"chu !....... .trTlt.r SALAD

the greetings.S. T D. Florist We are Association membersof r. < aeldiThls.:. replieve I t. gel IrrMa-nit. 29c RELISH Qt.lpiY 29c'Y.Iil'
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and can therefore guarantee delivery nlfiht. burning and frequent d..)lr.. .
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Sternberg of your flower orders Irrespective T thli,,, flushing and to f.you l b ".t your
I of distance at anytime.! Mrs. .gutar sleep. Ouaraat.ed: by Mlt-
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ft ... ... field, half of it badly affacted with MARKETL'liG ,
t !!1 m I IIIIIIt!!! T I JJ1m T M' {OlIP\CT:
white bud and the remainder to Hints To Housewives
some extent, was divided in two 1 of Florida citrus in prlc J
parts and cine was applied to half I Weekly from-e:; Demonstration kets slipped Eastern ilia
,:: FARMERS SECTION of each area. Yields on the badly specialists, Tallahassee LIVE STATE NEWS shipments, Governor Dave with heal s
affected half were 13.7 bushels per called upon the industry" Shol
acre with zinc treatment and nine to OV('
Conducted by Demonstration Agents where no zinc was used. On the HONEY" DELIGHTS News of Florida In Short Paragraphs come "factional differences"
agree upon a marketing Comn.1
other half 168 bushels were produced Honey can bemused In countless "to save mllllona of dollars" ?J

1 ,u.u_" _........ .- .zinc was with used.zinc and 12.8.where. no dainty ways.ucceHHfuhv'anji b:: most' delicious. governor described the Ihdll8t|
-- ------ ---- ---- -- but to use honey one as "a golden
egg that Is
On one field where corn com iD ttn.. ht drizzle It. A lot cash In on If we are not our, ,
Zinc Sulphate monly baa white bud the yield of of thick honey poured on makes OPPOSE LIQUOR TAX I CARE FOR EVICTED FAMILIES as to commit citrus such get.
If:!, RURAL oats was doubled by the use of the dish too sweet, but honey that TALLAHASSEE-Florida school MIAMI Adoption of a city ternal strife and suicide by i I
Increases Yields zinc. In similar testa peanut yields has been warmed until It Is thin teachers are unalterably opposed :. housing program to care for evict- .controversyTO ,"
'f,, COMMON SENSE to application of proposed liquor ed needy families was ordered by
I Of Field Crops were increased twenty per cent. enough ,to drizzle In tiny threads
I" taxes for maintenance of the the City Commission"recently. The RETURN VISITJACKSONVILLE
Zinc has also given good results adds just the right flavor, richness
? By SPUDS JOHNSON schools President H. H. Filer of plan contemplates the city furnishing _
., GAINESVILLE -. Greatly Increased on cattail millet, cowpeas napler and gamlab. A grOUp
the Florida Education Association, lumber which FERA workers
yields of crops on certain grass and other crops on land that Breakfast Fruits Florida business men will fly do
,, FLORIDA FARM MONEY soils can be brought about through showed zinc deficiency by causing AU fruits to which sweetening is said here. will use In erecting houses upon to Porto Rico December 11 to "r]
WHEN KEPT IN STATE municipal property at Opo-Locca.! ;
i application of zinc sulphate to the white bud on corn. added for serving are delightful turn" the visit of a party of PorJ
l HELPS ALL BUSINESS Tenants of this housing group will
soil, workers at the Florida Ex- so'tat', sorghum and chufas have when honey-drizzled. The flavorof WILL INVESTIGATE Ricans who toured the state a yj
then be fed at two cents a meal and
:.' Livestock industry research and periment Station have found. given no response to zinc treat- citrus fruits"has a new tang TALLAHASSJDmThe.Tallahasse I ago seekinglng trade outlets f
f activities of the state farm service announcements that ments, but further trials are un and intensity when honey-sweeten chapter of the Reserve Officers required to work three days a the l island's products. The "gtwill"
'I1,. agencies at the College of Agriculture zinc Following will correct bronzing of tungoil derway. Zinc trials are also being I I ed that Is particularly refreshingand Association! today announced It week at the city farm. tour is being arranged by 1,1

In the University of frenchlng of citrus and pecan made on cotton, velvet beans, cro- appetizing, adopted a resolution calling for an state chamber of commerce Raltj.
1,J" Florida continue to develop facts rosette, the Station workers have talarla, and other crops in an' attempt Grapefruit prepared thus starts investigation of purported state- REWARD GFFEREDTALLAHASSEmA Gras fleld, secretary of the orga
: of far-reaching significance. FindIngs shown that In fields where "white to see If they'will grow on the morning right: ,Halve the ments of General Smedley D. But- reward of izatlon said at least twenty!
; of* the Investigators afford bud" of corn la common an appli- the zinc deficient soils with the application grapefruit, remove core, and divide ler, that the military preparednessof ,$100 was offered this week by Gov- persons will make the trip. T
V'1' ample indication that the several cation of 12 to 15 pounds of zinc of zinc.sulphate., sections as usually prepared. Drizzle the United States was kept up ernor Dave Sholtz for Information party plans to fly from Miami \
: divisions of that Institution fully in order,,to Wall Street millionaires the morning of December 11.
4 sulphate per acre will give big Increases I IRAILROADS' I over the fruit two or three tablespoons help leading to arrest of the person or
,'it'"o' are justified In making a major in a number of crops. bone Met stand fifteento collecl.thetr) private. debtsIn persona who broke open a.switch .
objective hog sheep, foreign countries. AGED NIMKOD
\ thirty monuus' before serving, and caused derailment raising, in the enlarged proportions "White bud" Is a trouble of corn .
: giving adequate supplies of that for several years has been --Three- rail 'VegetablesVegetableswith MIGllTY Southland, Atlantic Coast' Line DE LAND-If "all things core.
,,H, meat for home consumption. causing heavy loss to the state. roads-the Florida East Coast, their appetizingsalts POLITE passenger,train, at Forlstcr last I to him who waits" William Lam
The bud roll of leaves turns pale I Seaboard Air Line---have announced and health-promoting vita STUAR1 Stuart will follow week.. Fireman A, W. Bremer of .kin of this city has waited a Ion
In an Interview recently givento yellow to white while the plant is reduced all-rail citrus shipping mins, are digestive aids and Impor- Hollywood's example In' Issuing Jacksonville was killed in the time, provided the publicity be i
the press, the agent In animal young, causing numerous plants to rates to Eastern port cities. The tant,!"protective" foods. To bring',, courtesy cards instead of traffic wreck, and members of,*the train now receiving Is what he walt
.-]. husbandry of the Agricultural Extension die and many more to be stunted. revised rates Hat a difference of out ,their beat fresh flavor, add a I tickets to tourist motorists stoppedfor crew were,injured. for. He clams to be 126 years olJ
Service furnished figures Chemists and agronomists of the seven and one-half cents per 100 teaspoonful of mild honey for each I minor traffic violations., The Lampkin got'' his name In prld
1.< showing that over three million .Station got together and carried on pounds between truckandwaterand cup vegetable!, when adding but cards will be sponsored through RACE HORSES ARRIVE and his picture in a newsreel fd
dollars worth of pork would be experiments involving 30 special rail rates. Previously the difference ter and salt. j the Chamber of Commerce; and, MIAMI-The first consignmentof the first time after he recent]
,-it produced and cured by Florida farimers soil treatments Intended to correct was five cents per 100 Honey Pecan Bread Roll will enable the winter visitors' to race horses reached this city made applcatton for( exeraptlif I
If they provdled enough for pounds. The rates, to be placed in attend recreation events free of
the trouble. Application of zinc Thoroughly blend one cup finely this week. Enroute to the Hialeah from the payment of hunting
:I .their families during the period of proved the only methor that caus- effect soon, apply to carload quan- cut salted pecans with one-half charge., I and Tropical Park race tracks near cense fees, when It was discover.
: A 800 for the
year. Only pounds
tities of 400 boxes of fruit to New
ed the corn to grow normally. At cup slightly warmed honey to 5 Miami, the thoroughbred racing that he Is probably the oldest 111
:folks on each of the 40,000 farms
t: Baltimore and
-l :In the state would be required to one time It looked as If the problem York Intermediate, Philadelphia,.,, I form spreading paste. Cut breadIn IRISH POTATO CODE I horses, about 100 in number, were Ing person In this section of ti|
{: make up a total of 32,000,000. val- ,, had been solved through/ the points.HOMESTEAH. .. slices full length of loaf (ordinary HASTINGS-Potato growers of conveyed In de luxe style aboard country.
ued at ten cents a pound In the use of manganese sulphate, but later loaf cuts.. five lengthwise this section met here to discuss special express cars attached to a .
yi calculations of the Gainesville specialist this failed to work. Zinc Impur- RULINGTALLAHASSEE slices). Spread with butter, then proposed changes In the tentative I special train.. They came from the UPSTIR IN OIL

I l, ities were found. in the first appli- -The supreme with honey-pecan paste, and roll marketing agreement for the early Bowie track in Maryland to get MIAMI-Oil exploration and dl
cation. as for Jelly roll. Wrap each In Irish potato code; The major discussion ready for the opening of the Flor-
Estimates compiled by the State court held today in effect that the r velopment in the state of Florl.
ry Agricultural Experiment, Station During the last year' a numberof homestead tax exemption amend- waxed paper and tie to keep In- centered 'about acreage ida racing season.. has created an unusual amount <
I;I' based on the 1030 census, showed field trials with zinc were con- ment ratified at the recent general tact. Let stand,,an hour or longer; control and the advisability of declaring -, interest during the past sever
l that Florida has been annually Importing ducted at the Station farm here, election does not apply to taxes remove paper and cut each roll In potatoes a basic commodity. THIRD FAILURE years. Recently there has been evl
< I in excess of her own output and over the state, One ten-acre levied for payment of existing three slices-each, loaf used makes The hearing Is being conducted IASSEE'Florida's dence that major companies hm
,; "0B32,37l: pounds of beef, 29.- bonds or authorized refunding fifteen rolled, slices. by the Federal Department of original "bobbed hair bandits- become interested In posslbllltiij
41,990 of pork, 8.930,192 of mutton dent i for the needs Of both rural bonds unless other revenues sufficient Agriculture. Fay Harris and Mabel Warts of In the state. Last week the Flo
!f' and lamb, and 3,658,834: of and urban consumers, all business to pay them are provided. Hundreds off grasses from all DISCUSSEDJACKSONVILLEThe Eulsa, Okla.-failed again last Ida Oil Development Company i
), veal., In sharp contrast were the necessarily must be benefited. Profits Refunding bonds were described over'' the world hove been tried In week to get clemency from the cured a charter which l Is regardas
)<, statistics reflecting the yearly production from the production mostly as extensions of original obllga-, the plant Introduction gardens of Criminal state pardon board. The two women the Initial step of a program
1; within the state, .which I would be spent with merchants of tone, and the court said the tax- the Florida Experiment Station, Justice,. Committee of Florida serving ,sentences of ten calling for' the drilling of fit|
':t was placed at 400,000 pounds of Florida towns, though some con- lag authority pledged in payment. In an endeavor to find the best held its Initial meeting here last years each for robbery and assaultto wells, of depths from 6,000 to 10
?W 1 pork, 26.625.000 of I Ieef: 6.325,000 siderable portion of them naturally of original bonds is carried forward -I ones for pasture and other purposes week. Round table discussions by murder, have pleaded unsuccess- 000 feet, over a widely scatter
,y\ of veal and 760.COO mutton and would go to the schools, collegesand into refunding bonds. in this state.: the committee covered ,all angles fully for their release for three area of Florida. Drilling of well!
.\ lamb-practlcal'y all consumed churches and a fair percentage i 'i of the crime situation with Its years. Arrested after a wild dash Is, after all, the only way that t tl)
y h81'e.A large part of the meat for the services of doctors, lawyersand The farm index on Novem- many ramifications and difficult 'across the state from Jacksonville existence of oil In Florida can ac|
eaten whether; f/o-i, within or like professional men.Participation Farmers In nine production credIt ber 15 was 102 or twenty-two prevention problems. The pardon I to Pensacola in 1929, the women ugly be determined.
'.'>II without the boundaries, is of of other states would come t associations in the Columbia, S. points above that of a year ago, system in Florida was commentedupon were convicted with two male com- .
";\r' course used by city and village by means of the food products C., district have already repaid ev- according to government reports. by both attorneys and layman panions, Bert Aglesby and Tex Each,year in the United Size
families. manufactured goods and service ery dollar they have borrowed, according present., An outline was formulated Hayes., The men also were sen- alone approximately 10,000 chJ
{{ When farm money Is kept within facilities that were obtained from to the Farm credit Administration. Money paid for Christmas seals to combat and arrest tenced to ten"years each In prison. dren die of tuberculosis despit!

,fr the state, through the raising of within their areas, especially goodsof The district includes helps spread the knowledge that I crime through a program of education Ogleaby died In the prison hospital the fact that It. is curable and pr
,< ; livestock furnishing meat suit the ,luxury type. Georgia, Florida and the Carolinas saves lives.1 i and legislation. some time''ago. ven table.if .'

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Baptist7 Church BEHIND L I "" M Funds raised through the sale of During the past five years more ', ;

I J"c.. B. Price. Pastor I The Christmas seals are used to promote purebred bulls have been r'
Story of brought
'school 10:00: a. m.ilng the Bible Told '
L in better
Pictures health
'lJUIIdaY Worshlp.-ll:00 a. m. the! by educating Into Florlaxl than In any other period ', I II

U.-'J:15: m. The "i..i i." yyMaw children and adults In the ways of In the history of the state. ',' ,

yg,7wln6 hip-7:80 P. m. Stat. Caelal health living and by helping to find I Better blood already is having a. ..
1d.week Prayer Servlc7:30: E r early canes of tuberculosis telling influence in the herds. r
) 01lJCA'OIll"'O _..

f you! are Invited to all our serv- ..d KB.-VT WAT5ONTALLAHASSEEThe* S Ltd 4 r I FUNERAL DIRECTORSuur b..

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Church State Many Year Experience Makes It Possible for Us to Render

ter B M. Montgomery. Pastor. Pardon Board convened Tuesday EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE I
sundaY school-10 a. m. of last week to consider some 1- MODERATE PRICES'DeWITT

Jlornlng Worshlp.-ll, a. m.JIIVortb 200 pardon applications C. JONES COMPANY ,Ij8TARKm. ,/{

:\ League-6f: p. m.SVenJng Twelve hundred men and women FLORIDA ,:1
w"rshlp.-1:30: p. m. confined to Raiford who have served ir ., 1
to all these serv- "
Iou are InvIted at least a third of their time, I
are expecting or hoping to enjoy f :

Presbyterian-H. Lowry Church, Minister .Christmas, Many are as free deserving men or* .,women. More For Expert RepairingSmith's :

,lrf George Sabbath School.' are.not This much Is certain
rVn m.-
:00 however: The Board
A. Is consciousof
11:00:: M.-Morning Worship; ,
the fact that unless deserving !
the pastor.
hnnud cases are ferreted out and acted
Christian En-
[,.SO Pm.- upon favorably, the prison population GaragePhone

h'wP-.Evening Worship. will grow much faster than
: the average person has any idea .
The prison population question 120
constitutes an ever acute problem

.'. Chief Justice Fred H. Davis,
2n.J2N 1 while attorney general and a mem- r Wrecker Service Day or Night

\ HereAnd ber of the board In 1931, summedup I -
the situation for his own guidance ---,
Hereafter, after making an extensive .

''Jn. Investigation Later he used the
t figures as the basis for an address W. ('.'UL DAVIS JOHN BERRY DAVIS
Christ our Lord beautlfl- '
before the State Bar Association
j all of his contacts.. He came' .. t The following extract Is Illustrative '

-1/1/i \touch touched with babyhood little children'Into beauty.and of the condition: __ : ; : s '
>o pagan writer said anything "In 1927 the prisoners receivedat DAVIS FUNERAL HOME

filnut the golden days of child- the state penitentiary numbered preplred (battle. .-The armies of the Philistines were gathered
together and Saul and hi.
I lidd. Childhood had no golden 1,237 and only 336 were releasedby to ft against them. The two armies were Dumped men ,
opposite one another "And there
': for a pagan. All of the child natural expiration of sentences. out and a champion () of the camp of the Philistines, named Goliath, of Oath, whose height was six cubit went ALA TKA, FLA. :i1
of modern world During the twenty a span.-l Sam. 1T-4: "An b' stood and cried unto the armies
_tllltare work our year period you, and let him of Israel I, -Choose you a man for .
Into existence because two frrom 1911 to the present date come down to me. If he be able to fight with me, and to kill me, then win we be
one servantl: but If I prevail against him and kill your lit NOHTII 4TII ST. PHONEl DAY 60-NIOIIT 80 i (
: hIm then shall be '"
ye our
ifcousancl years ago Jesus the Son (1931)) there have been sentencedto Sam. 17: 8-9. David servants and serve ull..l "
accepted the )
4 Cod and the world's greatest Incarceration in the state prisonof thence a stone, and slang It, and smote challenge the Philistine of Goliath.4n his"And forehead David, put that his the hand In his bag, and took ,z.'I ,
cher, said "Suffer the little Florida 13,748 prisoners, while ; and he fell upon his face to the earth."-l Sam" 17:49: This Illustration by stone Merlan sunk into his forehead :
ci1Idren to come unto me and for- during the same period there have 162 was engraved In 24 HOUR SERVICE

t them not for such is the Klng- been discharges by natural expiration -

sin i of Heaven." of sentence but 7,315." (This hem have aggravating corns when Ii ,
there would have been It ority. "What ID a minority" ac
C S means more comes to tax matters.
\, TieLe'tte.r asked John Cough, Ute cauuruUd
than 8,000 either In who
prison or
I As we have often Bald, you nev- would have been compelled to All of which means that lucre! 11 I temperance worked, many years Lady Attendant :-: Ambulance Service Ml
will be
,r Me a man with an electric serve out their whole term if there plenty of lobbying and Box ago. "The chosen heroes of this t iC
ilr hanging to- his watCh fob. had been no pardons) pressure from many angles to earth have been In a minority,
never see anybody wearing a prevent> There Is not a social, political,
III i or
Continuing. the then attorney ._ h ... .__ ,
Mace with a man hanging bye Sturhe; FloridaDecember religious privilege that you enjoy
neck attached to it. The cross, general said: "Had not the state The 'battle for oil' In Florida 10 1934. today\ that was not bought for

ore i Jesus hung upon It, was far pardon board acted favorably on seems to have assumed real proportions Dear Editor: you by the blood and tears and HOTEL LEAMINGTON
re horrible than the electric pardons at all during the last No longer is It a game Friends of temperance wall be patient sufferlng"of the minority +
scafford which twenty years, there would have limited to a few ahort-monled It Is the that
air or a upon we pro pleased to. learn .that repeal ha. minority have vindicated -
men. Yet people wear croaal been a natural net Increase in the moters or "wildcatters"' ? ., Big In no degree lessened the intrepid humanity in every struggle." "Miami's" Most Popular 1I0tel"NE

shout theolr necks. They wear number of prisoners accumulatedat money appears to be looking Flor- spirit of the W.. C. T. U. of today. Yours truly,
m i on their watch fobs and they the state prison, of 6,432 more idaward respecting oil possibilities Mrs Mary Fra-.ee, President of he Publicity Committee V.DCUI Temperance
I them on their churches and put in than were let out during The attitude toward the Flor- W, C. T. U. of Arkansas City declares Organization.. 1st Street at Biscayne Boulevard

'tort them with electricity, We that period of time",, ida opoprtunity has undergone a the movement must and will Overlooking Hay front Park & Biscayne Bay
|fog In our churches, !"In the Cross Reduced to other terms, the tax- complete reversal in recent years go forward with greater force than
Irf Christ I glory, towering over payers of Florida would be paying since science has played a bigger ever before. Mrs.Ida B. W. Smith ,TRAIN SCHEDULE Opposite Union HUH Station v> '
like wrecks of time." Jesus touched Four times the present cost for and more definite part in oil explo President of the National W. C.' T. Southbound

the cross Into beauty.. prison administration and justice ration. The State Government has U. warns us that Va new saloon Is No 1-Due Starke 10:57: P. M
would have been blind to Its duty evidenced its interest in present here, Infinitely more dangerousthan No 11-Due Starke 11:12: A. M
.: countless hundreds of times were it developments' L/ C. Hagler, the old.The W. C..T. U. has No. 107-Due Starke 9:42 A M. Lowest Rates Ever Quoted
Today our bodies are pllIsating' not for a Pardon Board. Not the I Pensacola hotel operator, says his never ceased to fight for the Northbound
lith life, tomorrow we die, 'de- least of the reasons for a Pardon business has vastly' increased by abolition of the liquor traffic No.2-Due Starke 6:08: A.. 11,

seta in, and 'the'dead' bodies Board Is that"fact that It actuallyacts the activity of successful Texas, Neither will ittatler" nor compro- No. 12-Due Starke4:60:/ P. M. Stnple Roam with Bath _-.-.?,.________.__...,__ $1.50 f
hit to be burled. We live all of11II' as an equllzatlon board I Louisiana and Oklahoma oil operators mise until that'great enemy of No, 108-Due Starke 8:56: P, M Double Room With Bath____-.,_______.-._____ 2.00
earthly life in the shadow of A Judge..In one county will Imposea in West Florida He says body, soul, and society is utterly Starke And Wannee Branch
lit! grave. Two thousand years one. year sentence for a given that six wells will be started in various abolished." No. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A.M. ALFRED SIMONS, Manager. ,

igo Jesus went into the tomb. Itvu offense .' A corresponding judgein parts of the district in the W, C. T. U. represents the min No. 102-Arrives Starke 1:00: P.M. .m ___ ___ ..__, _ ___
a dark tomb; He stayed there .
coming ----
will frequently year.
an, adjoining county -
three days and three nights, and .
Here He lighted .a lamp and left impose a five year sentence One _thing In certain:. 1: oil in ,''rw Y ri tr 1e

It burning and walked outof, the for the same offense under paying quantities Is found under "FLORCIGA <
similar circumstances. The board'slabors Florida Q.f S"n. :
nve. For two thousands years a single acre, we'll have no :
here in this direction Is greatly tax problems Owners will pay ,
has been into
a light burning + ." "' ''q'e '
handicapped by the existence of taxes on 18,000,000 acres of '. v
up .
graves of our Christian dead. M ..' .:... '" L- '
oua our Saviour-took, away the the descretlonary powers given the lands now delinquent and return \ ? = il-. -- d
ting( of death. judges It is recognized that the ing no revenue to the state .
who Is sentenced to five Millions will Into the state
i e r man years pour a
minister for an offense for which another and county treasuries.One i
Recently I a; say R Y'
there are only two problems in prisoner is serving one year under Washington columnist de-

his world. One is the sin problem, sentence by another judge becomes clares that the recent 'Marianna'incident I
toil the other is the death prob- ,recalcitrant unless something Is Is going to hasten the
km. After all, there.Is only one done to adjust the disparity of jus pressure for an anti-lynching law ,j

)'oblem. If there had been noQ tice. In the next Congress t As we
there would have been no sor- recall the proposed bill. It propose.
IIW. Death Is the inevitable result Believe it or not, one of the most a penalty on the county In which .. r.r'
d dn. Jesus Christ bore our sin ambitious revenue plans, now being the lynching takes place, part or j 'f rEx ,
fc His body to the cross. He Is thefclutlon quietly but efficiently workedout all to go to the family of the lynch aE'1'

of the sin problem. "He is based on the taxation of insurance victim. The column speaks of ,.i'.. _
4 able to save Unto' the utter carried on personal and "race' riots". No one who witnessed r'r.: ."
1IOIIt.' There are no hopeless real property ..Its being put Into the situation was aware of any y> '

OKI. NO man ever sank-to such effect would bring in about ten race rioting There wasn't the -
depths but the grace of God/ could millions in annual revenue, com- : slightest indication of it, though 4.
och him. solve the whole revenue Irresponsible- chace negroes
No man ,was eveso letely '
"slaved by sin, but the grace of problem> of state and counties off the streets Saturday morning The next time "fIII""
God could break the chains of The 1935 legislature win be asked following Claude Neal's death.A industrial .

toery. "if the;Son shall make to put It Into effect ,. The objective possibilities,
JOQ free, you shall be free Indeed." Is .to put a five mill levy on movement :a 011 rjol' to bring -a shining example of t
' .- each 1,000 or nre insurance liability about the creation of a state road 'v
, BLUE BUS SCHEDULES and automobile insurance- patrol or constabulary through ing business grew: from

(, Dally effective Sept.. I, 1934 a certain but questionably popu registration of automobile drivers tion of ,world leader.
!Northbound,-4:18: a, m.,.1:59: PIlL lar means of securing a tax levy ? A registration tee .of about first among the Slate in pound
5:24: p. m., 9:19 pIlL against the TRUE value of the fifty cents would be charged. Most enjoy the same imported yearly.

I'> Southbound_2:18 a. m., 9:34: a property .-,'. It offers a sure form of the members of the legislature to the* development
IL. 12:19: p. m.. e:00: p. m.' of> uniform taxation, of honest I are said to be committed to the tobacco growing belt.cover. 18 "
,f Tickets and Information at levies ,'? ; A building that may be i plan Less than a dozen road Proxlnairy'10 source of *

"ami's service Station next. to worth actually ten thousand for i patrolmen are maintained by coun-. markets; ideal climatic a;$3,000,000crop.,, .,
[Mothouae.. sales purposes may be assessed for ties of the state. ,.r

,- 'l; OO or less for tax purposes '. People who think of l industry I is source of great wealth
,CROSS CHILDREN Chance are that the ewner carries There has been nothing like a
lAY not less than ,7. OO in insurance "grand scramble" for retail liquor region, or as a eitnu throughout

': ;lad, ,HAVE ,WORMS ?No matter what the owner may licenses In the forty od wet coun- astonished to learn: been consistent, not spectacular.1 r
tea .pao med. mmmmA fed:::: fix Its value for tax assessment ties Less than two dozen had '
I loss i3i ,
. to
.. .w6R success
..... |.. d are permanent,
'..... rJ "** H T ***9 IMV* pin rvtmdvmmmit purposes, he's not using the same been Issued In the state December
V trod 1V I'.".. c.i.: _11_ ...._....."_ conservative measuring' rod for insurance first Dealers must pay a full That Florida'* cigar These same factor are 7 ,

d.. a.una rln Wur Cne_ coverage.. .. All forms of year' license, dating from October. ment of seventy-five other industries
fu. to.many .
lop /MMMM. insurance proposed to be thus tax The license averages up 11.500 to-
- DRUG BTOBKTAKECARJE ed weuld be held void unless it car tal for state, city and county That the monthly
' ried the required tax fully paid Indications seem to show a trendin more people, more i

; ;; The burden would be on the holder favor the legislature's solving' 11,200,000. .iiJ'I will follow. 'Advertise this State* ,
'' of the policy and not, the state's the liquor problem by creating a '
t TO AN I That Florida' 300 million people who ,
' ltol nBt ECONOMIST tax collectors Life Insurance dispensary system.
[IS 11I0 ROSPHUTVtTMSR: *. would, not ba__ _Included.______ m workers. here and they will come to visit

. BUNG! ONt FEA0.IN AUVERSITY"0. YOtlR. ,. r-v--, it's an ambitious program An organization of business men ..%.r live. Merchandise our potentialitIes ;
new in magnitude ifnot of the state to fight sales tax and about
That $22,000,000
z... _
In principle t Competent authority other form of nuisance taxes Is unified advertising pro
It no doubtbe said to be forming '. HOIbor- manufactured
! holds that' can recommend ', > world what we have to offer and
legally done But there are ough school leaden '.; '
serious drawbacks to its succeedIn that 110.500 fOO In state aid for wear'a beaten path to our door.,
be< asked. ra
If" "-'-I: : put Into effect achejachers
who h-" I:?; Hctrou'.ore the figure believed
f,,.-... O.e home-owner e .J' ." par
Just escaped taxation through rat- to have been generally' agreed .

'"I''.-...-........ ification of the Homestead Amend- upon was $7. OOooo The Income .... c
'''v...I..W._d'swthaI. ment, will find himself payingan from the sale of automobile Tile An Florid.. Committee-
, """"' NsNeVShrw.4 not greater tax license tags will be off $623.000
;1 equivalent It aewspspersi; ';radio stations sad f
4 4 ehr '"..,.,;,;., .,ftsifcTfai awHAROLD on his insurance coverage.Another this: year as compared with 1933, I DA W ;
State a non-partisan, ao -
;::; ...! ; Is that it would tap although nearly 60,000 more tag r
, been sold The Governor the .
D.... bank holdings and other properties have to promote Industrial
scale. means It when he says that there E
on a bigger' and grander Florida. Daring the summer a

c:, ,WALL Another is that it steps seriously will be no extension which of automobile support of,every"riUMii,. ..... i,
, license buying time expires ..
toe of Insurance comps
ftl -
on .
\\, NS'UR/ + .0r NBbo"\., JDA" .211p?>. lUd UM aaaSMiSMMIS t .-..*

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> Bradford County Telegraph With EQUAL practically FREIGHT every RATES successful II ODD---BU't ln I

candidate in the last election Maybe You'veHeard [ TRUE

Established 1877 ,;* .' I pledged to work for equal' freight __ _
rates for the southeastern states ; -31
It Bat
", Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered Second Class and conferences: of governors now ,
held to the
being promote move
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida I ment. It seems aa If this moot SALARIESOf '

__ _. _.__ __ __ -L question might come in for con Frorrw'denNeWherever /

'; : E. L.. Matthews-----------_ _.....__.Editor and'Oner slderation at the next session -of Bchopenhaue'r la, we'll THE

; e --.- ..-:._ _.- .. Congress. bet his ears ar. burning. It would I MOVIE\/ ACTORS
RATE So-called discrimination" againstthe be'' treat to"'wotcit*the'expression
t SUBSCRIPTION Southeast In the matter of railroad on-hla face aa*/he read the follow, AVERAGE If"SGS '

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance rates Was discussed last weekat ing'' letter; which considerably Tei+ tOLR

Advertising; Rates on Application a meetlng'of southeastern governors brightened the usually drab color. F- 'NU\\

yS i' -_.. -__ .-.--___ w.'j ._-- held in Atlanta last week Ing of our tegular morning mall _.. ,uG
The statement was made that the the other day. 'Although the letter rt

''f If It wasn't getting so late we'd advise you to shop early. present scale of freight rates was simply signed "Jennie" atafa .

1 0 "are like Topsy. They Just grow and a newspaper lent supposed to : ,
ed." .<. trToue
publish 'any communications whose
t Its only natural. that an oil promoter should be a pretty Growers and shippers' its' tills authors are unknown to the editor,

!4'i slick 'feU \\t", .'!' section have long protested? against We cannot find it in our heart to

& '1, 0 what they consider. high rates In deny our readers the privilege of
benefiting by Jennlt'K. '' philosophy
comparison with what the re
t; Add similes: As out of,place as a cheer leader at a deaf mainder of the couatr 1 r2la.been so here goes' : '" tStarke' r

l; and dumb school. I I paying:, but :verynll ebaa'||| :'.bansnele Fla. a..,._e....
o pne'tp start action,,In, the",. ''Wed.'P. M. ....
;' thiough'which re&letJI't\ Editor Starke Telegraph,
I At ie'st the" baldheaded 'man fsn't'worried with people come. However, with .tfeA,publicity I } ,Dear. Sir:
l i in his that is now being given the.fitter -It took>me a long time to figure ya'aa.r. ri.,:
getting hair out Just" "what'was meant atWCOfalat
y ,,and thepromis4of'metq4: : ::'bf 'exactly ,
o'. pie J'higher-upa", _to work for; by all that t'aturt'l.' you-'ftTad hi your 'i

://t. If Jife begins at forty a lot of women won't even. admit equalization' ,: definite relief might column about 'women When I. didflnanY''ge''lf''alr '

be forthcoming, Chetnext,! sessionof straight.. 1..gGt: .. ... .
that they're born yet. *. .Y
Congress.,! mad-mad 'fca "heck! what' did
I.. O that old fooVSiihopen+ .Jt What ever
BUMP" it Was-know about women T WhyI
t It might be all right to "soak.the rich," but let's be careful 1-' pub bet a woman wouldn't even touch

(C to not drown them.. .licity stunt-merely a scheme, fco him with a. ten fobt pole. Why,

!I r 0- get their names .in th4 dally papers from the way he( spread dirt, he
but British ; in musta been aorta thick with It
r Some gossips .would be better off if they spent their convention at London, say thatwoman' himself.He .

t time canning instead of panning. "bump of knowledge" In. THE JfeVMiCK tNHTO&JICTS T11E10.LACQtt'E \
said women have never done '
'MIRE' wtwt 'HO"" \ Kl SEA TO
\ rising rapidly, but her "bump of in the field of uteiatureor
Is smaller.
: The advice to girls used to be "kiss and makeup." Nowit ,motherhood". growing painting that has been remem- c.Q'TO 0'MAT SCA0.DE0.
\ .They maintain that from observations bered, did he ? Well it seems to 'TWI UNITED" %TKTtS
it seems to be "makeup and kiss. on hundreds of,different me that when I was a kid I was 60 YDAt1S ca' i
-iACC t9.WO "U, \H THE
"t'" -o- rit" types of girls during the past few taught quite a bit about a woman vaVsEi\ct Notatutte -
months have shown that, the headof painter named Rosa Bonheur who .
It's pretty hard to grow old gracefully when a bad case ,
1 '' - .
the girl of today, compared with painted, The Horse Fair." And -
,4. of rheumatism! has.you tied up like a pretzel.If the head of a girl of a few generations 'I what about Georg p QUot'?' If she !ever' form this security may take,

<<. 0 ago, shows plainly that got away with pretending to bea 'Florida holds f\ key, position.. We

is known the he he women are becoming less' tem'1nlne't"IUII man;, how, do' we know that a TOO LATEVlorldn. can
must be
a man by company keeps : .. offer these' pensioners longer RITZ
"spuming motherhood the few{ more .great :men :weren't wo THEATRE
a steady fellow who keeps "steady company." <14 job for which nature intended her" men' back in tnoge! dayb/ when" 'a :rO'jCLL\SSIFY' :] life, greater comfort" ,and happiness. -
Thousands of these good
u- Some of us have always thought woman \\"l sn't"sJDvtfs.J' ; t'o'do arty. ,. STABK .'FLORIDA
z .rfi'Rvs.Nnw'rcAY'! folks could be brought here to
Radio will never take the place of the newspaper because that the bumps on a persona hwel8' thing more th'an-f yat home and ..aeeretery.. ..Pr.m A>... become citizens.. PROQRAMBEGINNING,
/ ; simply the / careless wait for her lord' ally" blaster to .
t{: you can't go over,and borrow your neighbor's radio. /. w I ut nurses aprlr ; arguments: come and make bib\('Vshes( known Vt!!., -g-a i ii ---. V"Among .! ) ', FRIDVV'

--O-H- ,If <|. '1. but there are .those ,who take the (But 'their inert tvere'meni In those. the. things Congress.will 10 DAYS TELL :

Have you ever, noticed that a man who wears out his phrenologist seriously and they Bays, anyway,Jj ;' ha ye v o ;'[do something! about' at TffESTORY': FRIDAY DEO. 11TH.
will probably-ose) some sleep over the coming: session Is Old Pen T< '' ,. "Kentucky Kernels"Whoeler
And ti-auVwJ
seldom as for women.talking in the T U ar. with .IV f orct rc
', shoes has patches on the seat of his pants? this S9, so muchirif.I'm not com- troa1 !'o, ri.nm Henn. d'ae'so... Wooliwy"
o iJl'\Jt) en folks to enlarge their "bump of pletely adaifld.rttfrwaa.just the\ other aroused over the'question oi iou..f! sDrelit..wollDrs\ or occnulnaivincnaiehcu. < Mary CarUele-Noah DecrySATCHDAY. .

A good-looking girl and a revolving door are two things knowledge" at the expense" of their night that,,! ljeard a smart Homestead Exemption, people of ...t"-.'. wanilnn. ''L'. I'roe: of to Irepwdl-r take h..r-avbl 4l II'..
of motherhood.
,.;, "bump young blade -of the community ex- the: nation are being whipped into l+rhiu tft'nvm! Illirau' avrtr r'lPn- DEC. 15TII.
+ that can get.a young man going around in circles. i io t. ,At any rate, we hope the bump. plaining the.whole,picture show,to a' fever heat on .the subject of a tT tome body In.iff:wo'>.i <'fl thrt' urn-Knj r.enmul.tad: ; iii.arboil: rotoona,Into "Silver Bullet"Tom

I boys are wl"Ona"Smart fellows"are : his lady love Either he wanted to pension and security-for the aged. I.:). bloo-1 Tito. "..'Iut.... b'aad. 1 In urn.

They say that famous singers never sing in' true pitch.I but we a dime can a dozen have right too now-, impress her with his knowledge The Townsend Plan with its dazzling 'tamimtribla' rU the en'i c'I-or: .nmtam.'..... In snoa'nrf It. ima'rmit l. lo !TyerA o
never many (1) or else he didn't have much promise of an 'Income of *..k.n $ We knew that all
something the time. .
was wrong good mothers. $200.00 a month to all over 01 In Btramtth, It* roal'titnca I. .lowir
V ,.,.. respect for her ? natural intelligence sixty end too of on fool dl>..... <. tha r.. and Comedy
0 ---0--- which reflects on him for rears of age, the removal of thou. will If you I l.nv. ...-..allo acid Horn.

The Supreme Court says that military training in colleges President THE PRESIDENT Roosevelt "SPEAKS has' made it having chosen such a friend. sands of elderly people now em. Um sea.and to toke ottandant....mp,ntmotomt.and .irlr'.nt It's maa hlah*. SUN.-MON., DEC. 16 and IT
: Schopen-ao and.so:.,must have ployed to make room for younger art. By .nllm.n!* mtiu.'" std and rot- "JUDGE PRIEST"Will
+1; is all right-if you can get the boys up in time. known that he hopes for an even been men, the release! of billions of dol. tine lit th* louro. of tv trouble 'orlonnonnqucneM
suffering :
fret an,Inferiority Pro avo ., Amnmln" Bogera--Tom Brown
farm income increase rat -
o In complex or else I j I lars each month In trade channels, "'?. Sr. to .>. bad by Mi> (.ntrin'i; Anita IxHilao-Bochelle Hud onStepla
:} Winter 1935 than the thousand-mllllon- eg4eeddlsastrouely { elimination of the house and bid Ind.aA; t. Dry Tonre for tba a'lotttit,
The Haven Herald growls that when you read Ucllar love affair that poor tlma. It wantljr out xtKaly, rlita. Fetchlt
1934 increase over-the 1933 for him because. to old folks' homes-practical or impractical ........ of i-olson-pnelmd! want. end .11.tone... Also Newsreel and CooimlyTUES.WED.
{ tigs lady came ,
t refreshments
"dainty were served" you know the men went farm income. I -ho* a tremendous In.I.. harmful urlo ael'l froM .thm arc.rrrn. ,
The President warned, however,'' her senses In time,,.to escape him ap-' Ton win .ote 'tha d'lforanc!( a.rte. .. DEC. 18-10
hungry. Praise Be! peaL' .. .. 'V.... .!>....t.te. wrJI fca .aliamanaj .
that ,the hope fQr an Increase next /, and y.ur'dis..bea-gr.stI, '
rnpravodrllTta' : GALANTI'
+- b year can be realized only If the If be'wasn.t in some such statehe'wae' Throughout the land men and Old Indian lo nay Tonln' aon. '.1
just plain like lots women are tramping from house to talna an lafu.Ioa of b rrla.. barka. and! /Sprncer! Tracy-Nett! Oalllun
The trouble with spending $200 a month old age pensionis A mil'lean people fulfill these three of crazy; lenvaa. other men.. house with petitions and signereare of anavaVloMtM. value It .lio ...
that the older you get the more you want to stay home and conditions:; I could wilte a Whole lot more easy to get.. They are Ul'aiJ'lr Iain* aa H-aod. of the bark of Claohona .u.. TIiVRS.-FRL, DEO. 1021"HELL
1. Increased Industrial ltttmn
sit by the fire. tion to expand the market for produce farmproducts but I get.madder,,and. madder all! congress to pans this old age pear Indiana. .f P.e...eaaully. Ions. .b.'..mad. tOd..ay....tat ol IN THEHEAVENS"

u .. .. U) I the time and rm afraid I'll' havea' iiton bill. Proponents of the measure tha fool Ilk whit* *a nilllon..n." After dollar takingIt-* n.w rou'l.Bar.
: stroke if I don't In fact I predict that 'when these petitions with radlaat
..a.i An Increase in Imports tp atop. haalth ud onbellavabU. an.tern -
got so mad told the are presented to congressthey Cot o bout today I II :your local, With .rne.BaJtter,
almost .... .
for ...
department pay a larger portion of AmenIce's doaa. not rmva_It aidar, dlrael
export trade bor I borrgw, the..Telegraph will carry twenty .millionnames. tram Grl"ln'' P .<... ft a Pn', train. Bt.
neigh-I fackmnlla.. ii.|. '.f ri ',, .,ttla ft.M
{k for the kiddies. I 3. Continued adjustment of ag that I would quit taking it if ::. .

.t rlcultural nroductlon to fit an axe her; but; I didn't. because ft. has been pointed out by economists 400-'_._!';'.- ...- --__- .... -- --- 1"" .- -
"III Isting market. afraid I wouldn't see. my letter In that there are more than

':$', The horse ,might have had its disadvantages: but it didn't ."To fulfill these three requirements the.. paper. -- ten million people In'' the 'United ANNOUNCINGTHE

;" keep going more streamlined on you so.you had to buy a new I ask a continuation pf the Cove arid brickbats. States over sixty years of age and

model splendid support you have so.unselfishly Your, .'oldpal. that to pay them nil $200.00 a PERLE BEAUTY SHOPPEIS
every '
'f;. given in the past," Roosevelt Ii I", r '.. ...,.,,.\Jennie I tN month with money derived from a NOW UNDER' NEW MANAGEMENT
'I 0 concluded. '' :national sales tax would call for a
."'I\, are looking for the best Christmas trade since At the present time the fat of 'heY'.Q C ltrr*, Too 'tax that Wquld be, so prohibitive I XMAS SPECIALS
\ the And while we are on' the subjectof to wreck the commercial activity
Strawberry Marketing
1930 and Father is Agreement
i.!., wondering how the old check book will ,
la still In the balance.. It reeelvlng'Jettersbere are a few of the country. President Guaranteed
weather Permanent Wave Complete and Manicure .__'::1.00
r; the atorm.. has been vigorously opposed in the remarks that are said to have been Roosevelt, while expressing, his Shampoo, Finger Wave and Manicure -._.______..;:._._","'.,50c.
i r. .0 southern part of the state and the contained' In recant,, communica- sympathy with and desire for some : :

.' i;' It's all right .for subscribers' to think a newspaper is like Secretary petitioned ol,withdraw. Agriculture it has, entire.been Corporation lions- to the': Home. .. Owners. ". Loan.. form recently of Intelligent termed aa old"COU age)" the pension hope LEILA SAPP ]WUNDY

: a letter from home; just so they don't get the idea it ought ly.- "In answer to your letter I have of any such sum as 920000. MRS. ARCHIBALD '
:' to come to them free.' If the pact aa it now stands Is given birth to a boy weighing ten mont JOHNS Operator: ---0

found to be Impra tlelL!. It ia hoped lb. I hope this Is satisfactory." However' seems the nation Is __ _- -
"J t 0 ,, ? that one will be substituted that "My: husband has been put In thoroughly sold 'on' this old age

..An exchange tells about a $5 cow causing a $142 wreck. will better suit the needs of growers charge of ,A spittoon (platoon). pension idea and something! Is I'VE FOUND VICKS YES..AND VICKS

ij All too often they cause the lows: of lives that cannot be reckoned and Dhlppefl3' and will also Now do I get' my money?" bound to come of it., The question
meet with the approval of those "You have changed my little boy ia one of the most difficult of,the VA-TRO-NOL HELPS VAPORUB, HELPS
'fi"i,. in dollars and cents. who are trying to assure a higher to a girl. Will it. make any difference many trying problems that will SHORTEN

N1'O Income and a fair living for1 the ?" confront congress when It _con* PREVENT .

l meat 'processor has a cured ham thirty-two American farmer 's"letthe I ,. ."Sirs: I am forwarding mar- vend next month., It seems reasonable 'COLDS'' \ A. COLD.eJUsi'
President be assured of a continuation rings certificate and my two children to predict that pensions,for I
: years .old which he values at 5000. Lots of hams bring of which A FEW DROP, '..JUST MUI ONTHMMTaiCMCSr
of our "splendid. sup. one Is a..mistake, the aged will be provided. In. some : y,
{ that much "
week in
a Hollywood. port. ;VOlt can see. T form.

'i) 0-, -0- "Iwsnt"my 'money' as quick aa Even at $00 or: $100 a month.

:l A boy might' be kidded about his blg'teet all the GIVE WHAT ,YOU CAN' Con.'can"1;:send It."Ml' .have- been In these pensions :will ..represent a: ,
year Each year citizens here are solicited bed with the'dotrtor' .for-'two; Weeks vast sum. Should the provision be
'(k 'round but he .ia!! mighty thankful for them when he hangs : (for a number of worthy and' he doesn't seem to be doing made that the entire amount must VICKS PLAN for better CONTROL OF COLDS

.; up his stocking. on Christmas Eve. causes. Besides being constantly so much goods .things don't improve be spent within the month, millions full detail ia each Vkaii
asked for donations to the, ,Salva-- I will have ,to send for another of dollars will be Immedlat. ?celesta
0 tlon Army and other organisations' doctor. ly turned into trade channels.: '
r .' One woman tells us that her husband Is such a bad shotthat there ia the annual :Red Cross Suppose. for' example.* an aged

\: when' he! goes out hunting she never knows whether he drive and' the Christmas Seal sale. Collector's Item couple In -Ohio or IIc:11irut.ot

will bring back a'deer of CCC AU this, of course,'ia:uln ;..addition Classified advertisement. in St. some other' northern state should CLEAN.' REMARKSWe
or a couple boys.
to the regular support of churches Paul Dispatch: suddenly find themselves with an
0 and other community charities. For Bale.: One Homer-Van Meter Income of $100. They are'prohib

1, Brides in Esthonia, when first entering their new homes, It might sometimes seem to a tooth; found tear ,.Marion St. ited from' engaging In any bust- number among our,patrona those who believe ia Starke
.1// throw:'money* the fire. At least it is person that he. tia being "pickedon" and' University Ave.; where the ness They are obliged to spendthe and Bradford County. Our" laundry la the only industry o' Its
on to know
: by solicitors> for, .these va- angster was slain. Holder of tooth money as fast as It (la recelv kind In this county? It ia a, great convenience 'people ,who
'j!. that tbey'have"dl"lcovered a new place to throw it. iloua cause. but such Is not the will part with It for 1000. ed. Winter-is coming on., The l appreciate fine things.' .

ry 0 case: he la only.one of the many. Let those who win collect chips problem, of winter clothing must be f .

''I'f" They are all worthy enterprisesand Prom the dome of Saint Peter's; considered to say nothing of health Eighty cent of the turn spent
; A woman in the North' Carolina mountains said that she per money spent with us is
those In charg."of them 'are I'm content with my tooth and comfort. Why 'should. this in Starke. If you own or are dependent on a business here you
,.4" had'beenmarried sixty years and her husband had never deeply grateful whenever you feel Of Home Van Meter's. aged couple remain In a rigorous will sooner or later get back a part of what you spend with us.

:,:; kissed her once.' Perhaps she never had her pipe out of her able to make'a'conlribuUon.However -' climate when they might come! to

'r; mouth I long It la not the desire of Elate!: Robinson 'the woman' columnist Florida secure a cozy little place, If you depend on Bradford County for your Ilvlihood.,tent it
enough., workers for these organizations to 'asks "Win love see' us rate' a, garden, bask In the sun- logical that you should patronize. Bradford. County industries and
.;f Q. n place hardship on anyone and through r* Suro-Elsie 'might shin*'and add to their health,,and help them to prosper .* .'
Arthur BrI.bq! wa picks Madam Dionne they would often rather not have i see \III throughu'bankroll.. -fipines f i, .. I
mother of quintuplets tae contribution unless It la given F......:......if. Regardless 'of the,wild *t j"M-.* .
as the outstanding of the Compare ou >.,;..oa \.iU ot nr:!
woman success year. Others freely and In good spirit Therefore Now that tea Christmas: teoaoala uf promoters and racketeers.who
;{ might maintain that Madam, Pionne had success-thrust give whatever you feel able upon us lie factIJ It'a all over us are collecting thousands in I duea MKN'S BUTTS\ CLEANED AND. _..PRESSED.. _--...;:--_---..-7
OVERCOATS ;.: : ;...,_..;.__.._ "...; ; :
'4:; upon.her.. to give to these causes-the money -even In our hair If you wantto and fees from trusting old folk in LADIES DRESSES __ ':"'; ...__......,:.7J..:..ZZJ eacTand up
.' i will be well spent. However don't know the truth about it),' this their second childhood who have LADIES COATS ?___.*..,.,.*_._..._.__.r .;:.,.,: *.65c, and up
o' I mind saying "no" .If you do not column respectfully aaka"lta read- renewed their faith In Santa Claus, .MEN'S. HATS CLEANED.AND BLOCKED 4..4-;,); :...w !'. ca
t, The general(,belief, that fish "brain: food" is now declared I feel that you can spare the con era to- quit writing letters to the the proposition of..a\ $200.00 a ": -r : .

l erroneous by scientists. 'The Mobile ,Register tribution.' There 'will be no..bard Schopenhauer editor and start month old age pension, la out of We Invite )yon t. Inspect oar Blank at any time.
'. says feelings. (* m writing tolQear old Santa:Claus. the question.
they probably arrived this conclusion by noting that fish .> After all, Santa Claus .la- still alive However. a, sincere and honest STARKE DRY
r is_eaten largely on Friday and observing; foolish things Appendicitis iii'' 'someone' In 1..or where on earth did that redneck effort will be made at the next session : :CLEANERSI"

..1 people do on the week-ends., the United States. every. twentysixmiiMitea ,tie with the.-gjwenC: '.spots) you of congress to provide as amply
*- p'i'er,: w MM oexth .. .
otter otty com* from? aa_poasttt for theagedv What*. '

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