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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 21, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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{rowers, Favor Farm Outlook. Telegraph Of Holiday Gets Season Spirit! I r Churches Will i Observe Christmas 1st Project Rehabilitation ApprovedFor I Tax Collections,




pntrol t I Bills, Good For Year, I The With Telegraph Colored comes to Folder you this I I With Varied Services;"Stores'To Close Bradford County's Brooker-- first,Farmer rehabilitation Show Increase rOver



:allot t Shows; Survey Shows; week supplement with containing a special the Christmas advertisements Methodist Presbyterian. And Bap :I Street Here-Take on Holiday B. Thomas project, farmer was approved living In for the R. Last Year

of many firms who are tint All Have Chrtntma Dross A. Merchant Brooker section, C. L.' Dickinson j,,

soliciting a part of your holiday Trees Prepare- For Rush supervisor of the work In this -

Limited Production Will Raise shopping. county announced this week.
Here' Vote Unanimously; Figure For Bradford And Rest Of
ors For Tobacco Prices, Extension Department The cover of the supplement Is a An unusual number of musical Starke stores will be closed all Mr. Thomas, who has only himself state Show Improved p

Measure Says reproduction In colors of "VTh programs and special services as day Tuesday as Santa Claus reigns and his wife In his family will Condition !

--- Sistine Madonna" by Raphaelthemost well as the traditional Christmas supreme';over the 1.934th annual use the funds available to him for r

Bradford County tobacco grow "With the greatly reduced sup famous of the Raphael ma. trees are being planned by the celebration. of Christmas Day. ?In i repairing",1" his home and farm Tax Collector C. A. Knight add.Ing r

i and tboae In other parts of the, plies of most agricultural products donl &8. The Telegraph takes Methodist. Baptist and Presbyter.Ian previous years 'a few grocery i buildings., his favorable report to other

..j,voted last Friday to continue, and with some Improvement In pleasure In presenting this famous Churches of Starke for the stores have remained open for,bait I Mr., Dickinson said that other that are coming in from all parts
'
Kerr-Smlth Bill which pro- domestic consumer purchasing) palfltlng-suitable for 'framing holiday season. ',''' a day, but as far as could be learn- I rehabilitation projects will likely of the state; this week announced

j for a tax of from twenty- power in prospects, It appear that to our' subscribers.' The Presbyterian Sunday School ed this week the closing will be 'be approved within the next weekor that tax collections here this year

i to thirty-three and one-third the level of farm price will tend To all of our readers and the advertisers leads off at 4:00: o'clock thl.-att- absolute thinDowntown year. so. are running ten per cent better z

cent: on all tobacco grown Indent to rise during the first half of who made this extra edition ernoon (Friday) ,with its Christmas stores have taken on than last year. He collected $22,-

of government contract 1935. despite a prospective decline possible, we wish a very merry tree at the m lllse. The following a holiday atmosphere with toys 48471 last month as compare ,

,growers voted! on the In foreign demand for American Christmas and a happy New appropriate program will gifts and good things to eat prominently Record Set Back with $19,047.37 In November 1933, 1 t

UTI in this county and. were farm products* according to.the Year. be presented: displayed. Show windowsare his figures showed,
In favor of the bill Song-"Hark.; The Herald Angels decorated and stores sellIng of .
____ ily Florida farm outlook report soon gaily Bradford County Is only on*
T. Dyer, Union County agent' to be Issued by the State Agricul Slng"<-u-Junior Department.The Christmas trees have samples SayS Plant I City the many reporting better business*

i tali! week. tural Extension Service. at Gaines Hygiene Classes Christmas Story. as told. by of their wares lining the curbIng for public cash registers all\over i

|!So votes were cut'at Brooker,; ville. Luke.. -} t Florida are jangling'tunes: of bet

i the balloting took place on The report continues 'since' A Christmas Pray '-Richard Although Christmas trade Is reported : ter times aa they clang open and a

Bankhead Cotton bill since a agricultural production In 1135 is To Be OrganizedHealth Jackson I i brisk and is expected to become Shipment. There Come To Standstill shut to receive record-breaking;
of this la Solo-"I Heard The Bells On better begin A* Result Of
f small quantity crop likely to be larger than the unus- even as shoppers amounts of tax collections 9I
grown In Bradford County ually small production of 1034, It Christmas Day"-Louise Stern. making their last minute pur Freeze A discount of four per cent al ilq

?aver, growers In other parts may be anticipated that the aver- Nurses-A k' Pellagra-. Poem-"Lon., Ago" John chases. )Jt Is doubtful If It will surpass -' 'lowed for taxpayers during November -,
[the country voted ninety per age level of farm commodity a Klnlaw. last year's high mark because Reports from Plant City this accounted for some of the
Patient To For
Call
t In favor the measure, It lafir. prices will tend to readjust Itself ,, Treatment Song-"Away 'Loaf Manger"- at that time the number of relief week state that never before In collections, but generally over the

to the increased supplies in the lat Piimary Pupils clients on the FERA payroll had the history of the strawberry Industry State the tax collectors reported %a

Dyer says that the purpose ter months If 1930, but the larger Classes In and of Reading-" \,be Chimes reached It. maximum In this In that section have growers "better times and better .tax collections.

|the bills Is to assist farmers IntIIIg marketing will probably maintain hygiene care Bang"-By Blake Jackson. county.. suffered such a disastrous setback ."
the sick and In ,
better returns for their the level of farm Income. The prenatal hygienewill 'Interspersed with Christmas ca. Brilliantly colored lights shineIn as was given them last weekby So brisk was the payment during

i and to keep the Independent relative of farm prices to nonagricultural E. Inman be organized chairman here of, Mr the*.,Vonda Brad- role,.sung by the Junior and Intermediate the windows of many private i the cold weather of Tueday and November that collectors In '

ar front coming In and over prices should show some department homes..'while others have their ),,Wednesday. several counties bad to look back
ling.. further improvement during the ford County,Health Council announced Poem;,"M.."... Oift"-Ida\ Lula Davie Christmas trees on the porch or Colds have caused considerable many years to find months In

first half of 1935. this week. Persona wishing w In the yard where it may be enjoyed damage to.props there before and which comparative total payment "

the to attend the classes should Santa's visit swd Christmas by the passerby.. .. curtailed the shipment of fruit but were received.
"The things
price of farmer register at'the office of the coun- *v.'*! Woman's the freexe came so early this year tax
ke Student t t has to buy and farm will treat. A committee. of the In the first month of the
wages at the local FERA. The .
ty nurse
.
somewhat Reading-"Orr7,,'Christmas"Jean Club la planning to'erect.. a com- that It caught the majority of collecting year, the City of Miami
probably average 1834 higherIn hygiene and care of tho sick class Davis. munity tree on the vacant lot east Plant City growers unprepared to received 26.82 per cent of its total y
1933 than in based the
on
will begin the second week in Jan- Other Tree house The tree Is to do anything toward protecting collection
Debate Team figures the statisticians have 'Pri of the court levy. the highest percentage
uary. The annual Christmas tree for be donated by the FERA{: and Individual their patches of bloom and grow in a single month In thirteen -
ces for feed and seed will continue "
.Health nurses have reported a
I the Methodist Sunday School chil- contributions. will pay for Ing. fruit; .
ysars.The
to be until
1935
relatively high
in In .
harvested., Farm rapid Increase pellagra cases dren''and their parents will be the decorations A8'. the 'result of the cold last tax collector In Lee County

rp Innuin On Squad Thai crops are be wage Bradford County and they urge all held tonight at 7:30: 'o'clock at the .I week It Is not likely that there aid .)his record showed a thirty
rates to in
are expected higher '' ,
this disease, to report
with -
Met Thursday With 1935.: Farm machinery,\ prices al patients and receive pellagra yeast, and I church. A special program of mu- 'Ritz To Be Host will bo any material volume ship per cent collection increase In No- tip
Oxford College sic and readings has been arrange mcnta of fruit from Flint City vember.
1.0 are likely to show fertiliser a slight In be examined by local doctors The ed. Of course, the arrival of San- At Kid's PartyA before the middle and perhaps tatter From Tampa came a report of

|George Inman of Starke, who i It, Prices averagpyk-they t[probably report was made at a called meet- ta Claus will be the most Important free motion picture show for part of January If another setback : seventy-seven per cent Increase In
will same
held here
11 law student at the Unlver- ) lag of the Health Council event. 3 the underprivileged school chil- I la not forthcoming,., it lit. tald. ; Hlllsborough collections over the
during the spring ot 1983 as a year at the Woman'sClub.
of Florida at Gainesville hat Monday night The Baptist Sunday School will berries and even last .
\ of dren In this county has been announced Bloom growing figure for year (,
but ma-
building
earlier prices
i elected as a member of the have its tree Monday night at by the management ol) the plants suffered In the cold to In Leon County' collection In
ilty's debating team: The terial may be sll..bUYloWer. Miss J. L. Sogaard supervisor of 7:30: o'clock at the,, church. The tile Rita Theatre for Christmas the extent that the crop will almost November were $93,44393 ,to seta ij

cement wa made,recentlyProtessor "While mixed fertilizers are expected nurses In District 2, paid her first following program will be given: morning at 10:00: o'clock.' ,' have to be made from the new record while :Marlon Coun'1;
k A to sell for about the same, visit to the council ajt this meeting To/The WorldBy '"-.- bghty.en .. w- collection.. of 'l Oea3
Hopkins. 'coach .tank agVwtlr.Wur"less, talk ,aHymn-- Joy ; Tickets'for the show will bud.Th ty, with q
llhs,equal., -..., -,. potash mineral ammoniates about the and gave In'an the Interesting home and In refer on Congregation. to the school 'children by their shipments this season have had to go back to 1922 to find a
hygiene Christmas Exercise--By. Junior been slow In getting under way November with collection ,near
|The first encounter In which Mr,. or somewhat lower and cottonseed sick.' She stressed the teachers It I I. aald. -
i took place occurred yester- same ence to the girls of Miss Ethel Moore's class. A Christmas tree will also be owing to the dry weather and It that total. a
meal and super-phos with ex '
of care
1 afternoon with the team from Importance proper Scripture Reading. Manger held at this time and member of was not believed that carlot ship Gadiiden County collection
will be than a and urged the
higher year
old College Fdlgland. as'op- phate pectant mothers Scene and Song-By Intermediate the Bachlorette's Club will give ments had nothing happened to the were $61,552.22, an Increase of

nts.' The debate, was broad- earlier.Detailed outlook for cit-. council to provide a room and necessary girls of Mrs. Kemp's class. candy and fruit to the children attending crop--would have been started $12,767.09 over last year, and the g
home hygiene
reports
t over radio station WRUF frevilla articles for a Exercise--By Intermediate girls, the show., much,before the first of the year. highest percentage collection since
c rus, truck crops, poultry dairying, class to be taught by the health Mrs. Richard O. Kldd's class. The Ritz brings to the local Now it Is Indicated that carlot 1929. 4

Ithe. second debate will be held and various be field obtained crops from and livestock the- nurses and sponsored by the the course Red Hymn,-"Silent Night Holy- screen for Sunday and Monday W. shipments wU probably not come At Tallahassee Comptroller J.

January and the Unlveraltyi can Cross. Students taking Night"-By Congregation.. C. Fields In his new picture "If* much before the first of February M. Lee expected reports during the
Service the
ante on this occasion will be, Agricultural Extension will be given a certificate from Dialogue. "Putting Christ In a Gift It I la said to give this favorable conditions. continue to next few days from all county tax .

101 College. In February the Gainesville, Fla. National Red Cross upon completion Christina*"-Four young ladles droll comedian, one of his beat that time,*: collectors. "I am confident" be

i from Emory, University and of the study. from ;Mrs: Thomas's class.Distribution .. parts to, date as _the small town -. --, said "that all these report wlU
Council
RATE IIEAI11NO SCHEDULEDA Members of the Health of gttts, by Bantu. BILLChariey'strjckland
University of Pennsylvania willt beginning r groceryman whose family eat him ,.BEATS' BOARD show .!

the University at Gainesville hearing in the case involvinga voted to the promote second a week program In January Claus. out of house apd home, plague Ills former railroad .

r teams scheduled as oppon- complaint against the charges correction of eye teeth, pageant And Music Uay and torment his nights. Fields employee, I Is In the county CHRISTMAS SEAL SALE
are the University of Weal for standard refrigeration service for ailments. At the Methodist Church on is supported by Baby LeRoy his jail here charged with Jumping a Mrs. J. M. Alvare, chairman ot 4

'nla, Bates College, of :Maine,, on shipments of berries fruits, and throat tubercular patients- Sunday the pastor will deliver a bitterest rival for acting honor. board bill. Strickland recentlyleft Christmas Seal sales In this county -

York University' Rutgers I vegetables and melons from pointsIn A report on clients showed that Christmas sermon at the morning "Behold My Wife." a, touching town but was arrested by has announced that bet sale y!
FERA
ge, an.' Marquette University, Florida to points In the central among three in North Brad- service at 11 o'c ock.. At the evening and dramatic.picture of the conflict Sheriff W. J. Epperson when he for last week In Starke'and

> ivlll be one of the most ex freight association territory will there were In South Bradford. service a pageant "The of races and social.Idea I* returned to attend a funeral. Hampton amounted. $18,40.

ve schedules that the Gaton be held In Orlando on January 24, ford' and one adequate 'care Sweetest Story Ever Told" will be on ,the bill for next Tuesday and

e been called on to meet Itmy It has been announced by the Interstate An are receiving Improvement. given by the young people. of the Wednesday. Sylvia Sidney and STORY '
years Commerce Commission. and are showing and church. Gene Raymond are co-starred HERE IS REAL SUCCESS
Montgomery
B. M.
-- The Rev. Regular services. will be held at this story of a ,white man who
Dr. E. L. Biggs made short talks.The Church In the morning married an Indian girl In order to
the Baptist
COUNTY OFF LIGHT next regular meeting of the musical program his own familY STARKE FOLKS
will be held January 7, at but a special bring disgrace upon ABOUT ONE-TIME
council for the evening has been arranged but who learned to love hi*
IRADFORD 7:30: p. m. in the Woman' Club. under the direction of John H. wife when he had almost t her. __ I _. --,,- 7p

LOSSES ELSEWHERE Powell. The program Is given In detail _----.r_ Success; stories are always Interesting shall and MItzi Mayfalr headlinethe

LEGION GIVES PRESENT I in another part of the paper MRS.! MARY E. SIIEDO ,, 'even when they concern show the Canova 'triumph In,

TO HEALTH COUNCIL, ,' Candlelight Service 'Mrs. Mary E. Shedd. a pioneer peopf*'''we'do not know However indeed something. Nineteenyearold '.

By AUBREY FRINK -about the first of March.F. The. Local Post American, Legion The annual Christmas Candle- resident of Starke, died Monday when the heroes and heroines of Judy Canovar,-eomaileene7os) ),

|ta traveling about the county M. MerrItt and young Mr Post presented to the Brad- : light service of the Presbyterian afternoon at the home of her the story are ex-residents of the quartet la the one about whom q

T* week, I had ,an 'opportunity Moody who have good farms due ford County Health Council a Church will be held Sunday after- daughter Mrs. Emma Murrhee.The Starke our Interest becomes double the critic are raving.! f ,1 ""l H? S
observe results of last week's this side of New River, report Christmas present at their non at 5.00: o'clock.. O. F. Tlbbetts funeral was held Tusxlaypjternoon. and we all rejoice with them in "Long Interview 'and feature)

M and also talked with ,some that the heavy rains of the pan, unique meeting Monday evening. of the Camp of Palms, will speak at three o'clock: at the their good fortune. were published In Boston,.,,,followIng -

pour farmers who of course, are summer did them a great deal of The gift is a large water proof of his visit to Bethlehem, and a Iingsley.ak4,pemetery: the services Everyone here remembers the the try-out engagement' and f+

the best position to know what damage. Mr. Merritt stated thai life size doll to be used by the special program of Christmas music being; (onduf Ud by Rev. B. M. Canovas: Leo and Julletta, who' probably the same questions will

w l done. he had planted his cane on an excellent County nurses In demonstratingthe will be heard. Montgomery. ", sang; ,Anna, who accompaniedthem be asked and answered a* soon'aa
Normanwas :
J. S. straw7 plot of land but rather care of Infants and Regular services will beheld at Mrs Shedd was eighty-nine at the piano and Pete, who Broadway realizes that a new starIs

grower and buyer Eawtey; low,' and that when the rains came smaller proper children. The doll can be this church In the morning. I year of age.and was the widow of I played the violin. Everyone also I' 1 In It* midst. Tbj show only .,

111 that, while' the small the water stood over his cane and bathed and treated In many respects Speaker! Is III the late .William Sbedd, a Confederate remember their mother, Mrs J. *'. opened in New York on Thursday

t of bloom and,young ber- damaged It to such an extent tha as If It were s live baby. The Rev. A. M. Orowden of Pa- veteran. She was a memberof Canoes who must come In for her so of course there has not been

i that were on the plants when ,it never made more growth while The members of the Legion are latka who was scheduled to speakat the Klngsley. Lake, Baptist share of credit In their success, for time for the usual, fanfare which

freeze came were killed this .his father who had planted cam to be congratulated for taking an the Christian Church here Wednesday Church. : It ''was. she who Instructed them follows such discoveries.11' ',

< ao serious loss and will prob- I.on a high piece of land had ai active interest In health conditions, night, was prevented from Mrs...Shedd I Is survived, by two I and was always Insistent that her "In a Boston paper.'Elliott Norton ;+?

1 have the effect of deferring excellent; crop. and health movements in the county doing so by illness. children Mr.'Emma Murrhee and children should "have a career," proclaim Judy to, be' 'a com
*
Mason here which might not ... George Strickland both of Starke. After leaving Stark, the i Ca edlenne with a brand newt personality -

any disadvantage. Dry St Cuter ._ MISSION HALL Brothers} Alton Strickland of novas went to Jacksonville where and more poea.IblUtlee'theD'

the has held ,the crop back SHOOTING Jacksonville;' and John Stricklandof they were heard frequently on radio any young woman comedy player v"r
at, but most plantings Hen HELD IN "A Bag With Holes. Haggal Stark_" '8lsUr:'' Mrs. Laura program.' They left there to for some time past. In 'Calling All
Dies At Home
,' up nicely and prospects are Sheriff W. S. Brannen. of Lake 1:0: and Luke 12::22.33 made an Interesting Johns, Starke,' Seven grandchildren tour the country on vaudeville circuits Stars' she stand* 'out among an

tile best season in several Butler said this week he wa bold- and Instructive study at : and five great-grandchildren. and now from latest reports amaslng array of big stage names. t

T-'TTie. good "rains' that have Henry Clay., 6ti,-_Uiwd .*ton
; falling this 'week '''will help cutter who bad been living her f o ,.crew working on a bridge relief and again the inclement wea- I' W. A. Besaant, Jr:, Oscar Andreu r like a cross between the) boast of has'i+

Merably. the put several years was fouiu project near here In connection ther failed to keep the Bible enthusiasts Errol Alvarez, W... O.,Hall and Mr Boston and the toast of new York. few equal on the stag toda 4"

Tie, frees: ''did considerable dead in bed last Thursday at hL I with the shooting of Leon Addison, at home and a good class North: The following story I Is from theTimesUnion as a personality she'. .,,' .nUllual' 1

't* to( tender '''vegetables horn southeast of town. At th a
Ibout.. the stati. and even I I time the body wa discovered b;:], witnesses Informed him the fOle-1 in the service. COMMODITY.WAREHOUSE "The Canova tilllbllll**- : saw her In one performance one
*ge turnips; rutabagas and friend, It had evidently been des<:I man shot Addison during an argument "The Glad Message Of the First Work begsotllis week on a com- Anne, Pete and Zeke who d7'j night last week.,''nlmoet' +'mobbed r! ;
It Is be had Instructed In four parts: the message restaurant : The'oth ,
1 of the more hardy vegetables about twenty-four hours. over a ditch Moore Christmas" of warehouse at the intersection been, playing vaudeville stage.both her In a ;e
1 tinted that death resulted fron I workers to dig In from heaven the message modity ers of the family :But Jil
"evertly nipped. However the and the of Church Street and. Road I large and small for the past I nuroking.atfl't '
i
will mostly come out again heart disease. front of a field rats on Addison' joy, the message of love building-will b* u. .d'by three years are at last sitting on Judy doing those \ ;
IA order to hasten recovery. It Mr. Clay 'was born In Bluehlll: farm., Addison. shot once In the message for all. will be given next) I f8.the The local' Emergency 'Relief >AdJt'V.ratlcn r top' of the theatrical world. Of cal hillbilly numbers,'ls1.'a.,, .cona*** ALONG
Id' be Me. He had been a part time yea reported In critical condition week on Tuesday (Christmas I ecrunodiuontnat th* folk back Iiozuv In I lion:" .
a Idea wa toro course ,
god an hip.
give to
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ton of nitrate ofos at oncethen !Ident of Starke for thepast till.I from low c.' '-> night: at" )J. :_* < ore sent here for distribution JackdunvUl artn't .i.pr.uTthe { t,

cultivate thoroughly, but years but had lived here continuously ...--. I k'rr .ti* leading parts, relief clients. The building will wonder to u* la I that the Canova UPHOLDS NKA
w shallow. I for about fuur year BIRTH I This Is also a Bible study to forty-eight feet and talent: wasn't recognized long aol! Federal District JUde A. V. ,i' ,

I.T, Dyer, farm agent of Union I He Is survived by three sisters Elli Mr and Mr. I. E. Clark, Hampton The services are.open spirit to abounds.all anda be will thirty be of frame by construction. But now that both Boston and NewYork'are Long, former resident .of Stark, ,' j;,
Christian
> Mabl Cotton. Mrs. friendly doing band-springs over this week upheld the constitutionq
ty. told me that his aatsuxna Mrs.,, December 4. J .- -
Lula Snow al l girl .-.-- Brown's of the trade-in. measures of 4t
Saunders and Mrs. LICENSES' their performance In Lew amy
would their E BapP.I .
los some of Mr. W. MARRIAGE
and DIESD.
MAN "
Mr LVLtJ code wader -
vehicle retailing yi
All Stars, the motor
*. but of Bluehlll.. and new-'srrow, "Calling
no serious damage I* December 6.I Gainesville,
ha prominent the
Masonic lodge b appreciative
local Pearce *
ived, don*. However in order The Harry Sterns, C. Stark. Issued >erhap-we-should i
11 and Krs. Johns,
Ma
service I Mr. died last week Ida restraining order against a
of the funeral 1 Lulu section, belated plaudits."And '
the of
there even
might b* no charge afternoon .{Starke boy. December 7. fractured skull December S.Woodwor.. consider the i I Tsllstmntie automobile dealer en-.
Wednesday
chancet'' held a result of a when you
frees which were Strickland a* Gainesville '
of I and tin. Clayton W; Browning' '
at Crosby Lake Cemetery'. Mr. received when be fell from the fact that such old-timers as Lou Joining him from violating provl-
Some damage .wouldbe. under the ol. 'Starke. girl December 11. In Lake Butler and Dorothy E. Brooks IIQDC& gf ft* c9C2e.
steps EVfjreU MM- ..
were boWIe aktr
to court Phil! .
bank : clean ,earth up Arrangement, C. JoseCompany. ,i I Mr. and Mrs. Charley Gorman mat walk., GolaaviU- 'Ja a ue4 December: L .. Hilt;.
DeWitt struck a **
I of the mad
the rectum IT.
trunk
of the trees Unmet atark..-glrl. December _
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HI Inn llhixln Zvliitvv._ Cnrrmponilen Mini Afln Minima. CorrrMpniul Mr!!. II. M. Mrltue\ CorrespondentQuite 1\iht.. Elizabeth. Harniige, Cor. Mini\ Vera Gainey, Correspondent Mrs L., O. Smith, Correspondent lilies Lul|., Mae r.d'w'.,, ('or'Mf.
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) Mr. and },Irs. J. Walter ZE\gler:\ Mra. M. L W" Watternon has recently a number of people here Mrs. Gertrude Towery: of Bar- Mr. and Mra." R. T. Osteen, of 'and Mrs. w R...
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have returned to their home in MI- I been shopping In Jacksonville attended church at Hellbronn Sun- tow, Fla., is rending]: a while with I Mr and Mrs. 8. H. Hitch, Brooker, were visiting: their daughter children: ct Hinesvllle ..4. >
ami after a ,weeks visit with hla day. her parents; : Mrs. H. H. ford spent last week-end here as and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. spending a while here with j
parents. Mr.;and Mrs. J. J. Zclgler.Mrs. Rev. Hemingway of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. E. S, Sibley moved Keene here. : guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. Surrency Sunday Ray'a parents, Mr and Mrj
A. L. Sullivan was a business preached: at the Baptist Church from this section Friday to Therea- Mr.! and Mrti. Felix Sapp spent I Li. A. Brown\ D.'A. Simon and A. A. Arm te.a.d W. Lewla
visitor to StarUo Saturday sere last Sunday evening. sa where they will make their the week-end with Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Odessa Russ, of Jacksonville and Mrs. Mcllle Collins and Mrs. Mr. :Mabry Mann ano
Mrs R. M. Hersey and daughter -: Mrs. Mattle Ward left for Tallahasseo home J. F. Shaw '..t the State Farm. spent last week-end here. W. T.".Watson of Gainesville were of Fair Banks were laugh,
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey motored visiting: i Ii
Miss Nettle were shopping in: last Sunday where she will Miss Bessie Colson is visiting Mr. and Mrs, T. N. Norman and visitors in our section Sunday. Sunday.Mr. .
Starke Saturday spend the winter months with her Elder!: and Mrs. W. E. Hall at daughters, Helen, and Dorothy, to Lake Butler Wednesday.Mr. Willie and Clyde Strickland returned and Mrs. T. D OynlI'
Mrs C. Sullivan was transacting daughter, Mrs. Lettle Jones. Green Cove Springs.Mr. were the guests of her parents, and Mrs. Marvin Hazen, who home Saturday from'' Tampa visiting dr. DyoH's
business In Starke Saturday. Mr. and Mra W. N. Brown, of and Mrs. T. N. ,Norman and Mr. and Mra. H. M. McRae Sunday have made their home here for the and Nicholls after vtaltlng relatives and Mrs.' O. W, Dyal parents 01 Grab
Mr.. and Mrs, R. a. Zolgler of Orlando, but formerly of Hampton children of Gum Branch: were din- past few months, have recently and friends for several weeks. Miss Lula Mao Lewis was <
Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. W. have moved here, and are located ner guests at H. M. McRae's Sun- Mr. and Mrs.'J. S. Sapp were the moved to Fro tproot. We wish Mr.'> and Mra. R. M Johnson, of lUng her slater, Mrs. i w r>
F. Zolgler and son Tommie, of on their poultry farm west "%of day., guests of Mr and Mrs, P. D. Reddish them a happy success in,their new the Waldo section were visitors of Graham, last Friday, '
Jacksonville were Visiting Mr. and I town. They have. a host of. friends J. W. Bu Mrs. J. J. Zelgler and family re- here who are delighted to have visitor toMeh',, se Saturday.: Mrs. Marlon Drowning of Hal- Elder. B. M. )'Mason: of Hampton Rev. F. M. Taylor, of Hampton sons, t.'O. &jd Joiinm ,,ent j
cr'ntly thorn return. Miss Ida Mae Lewis Is visiting' ford was the guest of her parents, South Carolina, who is tour- filled\ his regular appoint- Friday -.JaclsoXlVld
Mrs. Loper and daughters were Mrs W. B. Alexander and daughter relative In Jacksonville. Mr; and Mrs H. L. Edwards Friday Ing the state ,of_ Florida,, spent ment at the Baptist Church here Mrs. I. W. Dyal ,;rah,
chopping in Starke Saturday Wilma, of Starke, were vial- Tuesday night here as guest of Mr: Saturday and Sunday. were here Sunday.
Miss Ethel Packham was shopping ,bra here one day this week. Mr. and home Mra.Friday L. A after Crosby spend.log returned !-. I Mrs J. F. Shaw and children of and Mra. H. P. Gainey. Forest Reynolds and Mr. Phiffer ----+--
in Starke Saturday. Rev. Lyle will preach at the several days In Jacksonvillewith the State Farm were visiting her Church cervices will be held at of Jacksonville.wero visiting Math The,eld English pou c way
Mine Doris Brown who has been 'ap'.ti: church next Sunday morning relatives.. pcrent?, Mr, and Mrs. L. L. Con- the Pentecor.t: Church by Rev Hershey Waadln Sunday. Iginally the weight of 7380 gr
at the hospital In Umatilla for and\ evening. ner Saturday. next Sunday at 11:00: a. m. Harvey Starling returned Sun- of wheat "taken from thi nil,
the past few weeks has returned Mr. and Mrs, U. D. Dyal have Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Alvarez and Mills Mildred Ricks spent Sun- and ?:30 p. m.Llvlngsti day from DC Land where he has of the ear,and )well dried
to her home here. We.are gladto recently been 'visiting, in South children were visiting Mr and Mrs. : Jay with Hazel l Sapp. i Ruse was transact- :Seen:' in the fruit hauling business, _M *. .
report that her health Is Im- Florida. 11. M. McKae Sunday aafternoon. Ruby Crosby of Rising section -- Mrs. C. Kogff and daughter, Under the government
proved. :lira. James Gnann, and daughter Mlstl Carrie Alvarez la: visiting VU3 visiting T. N. Norman Batur- day. Leecy, were transacting business gency drouth relief ei
Mrs. Florence Williamson and ,. vt Gainesville, have recentlybeen relatives In Jacksonville and will Mra. EMI Faulkner was the In Lake Butler Saturday. 000 cattle were purchased program! in
Calvin Hall were transacting bus- the guests of Mra. Gnann'a spend the holidays' there; welcome them here guest of her Utter, Mrs H. L*.Ed' Mr. and lira" H. M. Wasdln and lahoma.
iness in Hawthorne last week. father, J. V, Jones. Clarence K. Andrew of New Miss Ernestine Buddington was wards Monday.
Mrs. M. Hall is visiting her + York was a visitor in this section hopping in Jacksonville Saturday. There will Le prayer. meeting at ing business In Slarko Saturday.Rev. --
daughter, Mrs. E. F. Harris in China has nonational anthem; .Sunday. Miss Gwendolyn Buddington the home of Mr, and 'Mrs:, T. N. G. E., McCaulcy held. regu- son. Bobble, and W. McEver u
Waldo. !It l I" the only nation In' the world :Mr. Fountain and children mov, .nadf a business trip to Lake Sut I I Norman Friday night everybody lar church services at the Baptist business visitors to Gaines
Willis Swindell and W A. Brown without one. 1 id to this section Thursday. Wt ler Tuesday; welcome to attend. 'Church. Sunday, i Saturday.
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wero transacting business ,

Starke Mr and Friday.Mri. E. S. SIbley and I '"KEEPING: UP WITH THE TONESES"-The Uniform Seems A'Good Bet. ._By POP 1\IOl\IAJ\1

Walter Sibley of Starke have lately -

1 moved here. We welcome them 'TFlAT TBSSIB Z'M Wot2RIE0 YBAM.- BUT 'THERE'J. AW6ONrr :r CAN'T % HELLOHELLOSWJ
', to our community. CERTAINLY FVCKSINI ABOUT IT Be Ajsi ,A.WFUL. ROW::: HeLP wuRRYh4kS.- Z WISI1TESSta ADMIRAL--='M SORRY:
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iLt'E BUS SCHEDULESDally TH' SAIUORBEENI HADhtr LATER .. E'r DO YOU .Bi..AMED CJSAJOUSI'M OF HER .7E9AlAl1S t3oY TIME OP Nl effective Sept. 1, 10J4!); GONE FIVES T&PKOP CARE? : AFRAID WELL FRIENDS 'IAlr;: .- OR: HOW{ LONI<& IS THIS
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p.lv.r -_ .. .. BRADFORD COUNTY TEIJEOK.M, HTAHKR.' :: I''\ARRL1
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Petty Lou's grandmother to the CHRISTMAS jest they wlsheJ. Marlon
Williams pH'i-rrir Ron FI"fAL '
; hospital where she could get well My Herbert Packhiun being the smartest wrote: 1".1

Br dfod-.lIi b School 1 JournalSTAFF and Betty Lou was going to stay Upon this night a child was born My subject is "Ants." Ante Is o, In Court of County Judge Diad.'

with Dorothy all the time becauseshe In a manger upon the hayIt two kinds insects and lady uncle In,Iu m .:...,"iiuiuy.... lOr Mint.-, .:.I lt'lorldn I ,

was her cousin. Dorothy wanted did not have many comforts Sometimes they live In anti, \11 !!IKH>KV, n.,...a i.(l
to know why she didn't know Nor even a bed they say. sometimes they crawl into tho sugar Notice In linrohy. wlvt.il j thnt. M.

..-----, .' --- .---- -- ----- she was her cousin before then bowl and un Uhodon hue filed' hln final report
--- ---- =- sometimes they live HdmlnlMii'ntnr of tinHiat. .. uf J.
Combined Seventh as follows. The old school teacher and her father Answered: But he drew much attention with their married slaters. Thai filed'I. ""V'1"1 his. 'iTi-amirt; that' he hnn
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of the little country school Well Dot, you wouldn't understand From shepherds on: guard that Is all I know about Ants "''i'i''t"' 011 the 13th Uy rinnl of dterherwe.
moves January
__ .Editor-ln-Chletd"e Entertains but will !
I Ih? 8nPP -- Pupils away and a new teacher Is ex- Betty Lou's grandmother night JAaS K. K. n"I'Ito: me Hminrabl<
)MarwickrtExchange Editor is my sister. She married with- When they saw the star in Prrrymnn, t'ounty Judge' of
Singer-For
Bonnie
; In" Chapel pected. On the day of the new Annie Laurie Krodford CVmniv. Flnrltln' for anprovul .
809'' asen,, _. -.-Aet. Program teachers arrival, however, one of out our parents'cohsent and went The east: in the clear sky, so blight I'd lay ins down to fill of sold final' ri>|iort .nnd for

inrle'" uMarwlck ..LlterRrr.Editor the pupils (the daughter of the away. I was Just! i A boy then. She OnlookerPardon, please In the final oiila dlaeharirv)* of J. 11.ae Ithodon nilmlnlHtrnlor tl..n>nn..nf AndvraonAsat.' .sport Editor An Excellent Play, "The New county superintendent) learns wrote, to us but mother and Dad They Immediately set out to find Miss Laurie in: the audience? Thin. filth day of Ddrvmhnr. I1IU.HHOVroN. .

Ii p1inydel I r.. ,_ Society Sports KISS Teacher" lit Given from her father that the new tea- wouldn't answer her letters so I The One who could make the heavens Ifdi..1.1t AL .

r"a:n: I'loroberjf, Aut.Joke soo. Editor Editor cher will not arrive till the next did. After a 'whU';-she had a (child so bright. Servant-Th doctor's here Sir. ----.

I' 11111"11", 00 .AVBt. Joke Editor The combined seventh grade had day and conceives the plan of im- and then she stopped writing andI Tho shepherds knew the prophets 'Abrent-mtnded man-I can't Bee IM f 111'i rr ('1)1 IIT.CUt hit "Fnnn ,
.''Andoreon.'hUfehl Jr. Ent.rtalnm.nt : charge of chapel last Friday and personating the new teacher and have never heard from her until were right. him Tell him I'm 111. !NTV "'.(Utl It 1, l> t'Ii \\CKMV. r rhr

VI Editor I gave a better and more entertain- fooling her school today. Her little girl grew up And a divine one was that night A. M "TU, an. Uiiiildntor. for
mates. She
I. line IIrannen tainme i : Eitr; ing performance than many of the carries out her plans] and tho result and married quite young and had Employer-So you want me to tlnn.nrndffini... County 'I i, '
TorodePrlm..ry and higher grades gave. Betty Lou, her father killedin The shepherds him raise .. '
Lucille Elementary Department Is very very funny. Enter the was gave parentsThe your salary give me two v. Can. No. 380
,iU Numtol- -Junior 111 Reporter First were three- songs by everyone new teacher In the midst of all an auto accident and her mother best that they possessed. good reasons IF. It.lint nl /WN. n 1I11..h..I.l l -Oml-I

"Come All Ye Faithful," this! The Impersonator is died later in a hospital." That custom has lived and been Emr1oyeo-Twlns. Tnke notice (hitt the iinrtrtrMlrnc. ,
CHRISTMAS "Silent Night" and "Oh. Little and very The next morning was Christmas : Carried out from that day to this ; Hueclal Mat.r. by the final decree '
sorry apologizes to her class In the above entitled ,
Town Of Bethlehem.] This was followed and It found Betty Lou In a I Lucille mttne annnlntml. J
mates and the new teacher so all Mrry -Frances said her will, pursuant to nail decree and ,
[ day celebrated in all Chris- by the Lord's Prayer and ends well. beautiful new dress and a doll In i We now have our Santa Claus face wax: her fortune. iliirlnir the Inirul. hour of sale on I

The countries as the day of the the Flag Salute. In conclusion Mr. Gray gave a her arms. That visits us each year Geraldlne--Well. I'm tired of ':Monday I). MSB, 'the.ll to Tin Urn Soy hl of hnt January and bent, A. ),/

of Christ "the Prince of Then Tommy Ritch rendered a wonderful talk to the She walked up to her uncle Joe And we also have the sacred stories lie.1 ring hard lurk stories. bidder, for each at the South door I
pupils on ,
.. "the King of Kings." That well played piano solo.! the and said, "I wish I could have <>C the County Courthoime' nt Ht.irkiUru -,
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?, ?, object and meaning of untjr VInrlda. In* following .'
C, by common consent Decem- The main event of the morning's Christmas, 0 n how seen Aunt Mary before she died, That all of ua should hear Clark Ctiblo- But I've signed doNcrlhoU. 1 iireuilNeM' to-wlt: '
everyone
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is marked by special relig- entertainment next. It should have aim but I'm sure Granny will make your book before. I IC
Z6, came was a an In life and try Mt HWU of the 8WVi of Sea
1 ervlces in various churches one act play entitled "The New to get ahead, and warned them I I Dorothy a real mother like she has I II We do not have to be wealthyNor Dot Sapp---Yen, I know ,but Munning: ; Sib fct Went, U27 feet
charitable] deeds the exchange Teacher." The ] Jean me." She kissed him and finished : receive many present on this when I get ten of yours I exchange Mouth. 310 feet Eaat, and, AS 7 foot y'g
payers,were against selfishness, laziness and North to point of bwwmnlntir and l be ,!' :
gifts and by merry-making and Davis Mary E. Smith Margaret Idleness, etc. I I "I'm so glad Granny Is better day them for Charlie Chaplin low In the I IW'/4 of the HWVi i of Hn
end Santa Claus brought me a But you should tell the sacred 8, Twp. 7 H. It. 20 Bunt: AI NO Lot I IS
itjolclnfT Lowrey, Juanita Barefoot, Doris Chapel was then dismised and Block. IV avcnrdlnir( to map and "Ci '
giving: of presents the use Crews Lou Simmons Grace Green the pupils went back to their class doll" Story; to some one passing your Parent concluding the recital of plat of Ward City mini being ,In. W j
the Hoe 2. Twp T, H. 11. 80 Knot toir.thr -
I Golly, mistletoe. Yule logs, have Birch Hart L. C. Smith, Norman rooms. Undo Joe hugged her and pat. way. :. his l exploits. "And that my son Id with Its. tvnemwntis appurtenant' >Hand "Iv,
aescendod from the days of pa- Royster Billy Jackson and Emmett ---.- ted her head. "I'm glad Santa what I did in the world war." her..dllain<,intH, r f9
j Claus and The carolers sing to the ones I I':. K, PKRnYMAN.
brought you Granny Small Son-But Old
Daddy
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stem, but they are things which Perryman. A KKAL. H.VNTA CLAl'S Special Master
confined due to bad
t the day distinctly apart from The plot briefly stated, was By Charles Tender back to me I Who are they want so many men beetles KNH11IT A KMltHTAttorney ;i', i
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|ii other holidays, and with out the you .
I IS Til KICK .\. SANTA CL.\1.TIi'l They make the sick one happy c cep
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arlatmas tree and Santa Claus bo Incomplete and lose much of its
i A little girl] was standing: with And this does not take wealth .
Ronald Pitts
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..___0__.._.. .____ _I none pressed against a shop The following reprinted from car causes the most accidents?
window of toys. She was ragged (Ihd editorial page of the New York i The snow may cover tho ground Louise Kite.-The nut that holds N He rfr

ly dressed, with no shoes on her Sun, Was written by the late Mr. With a coat of velvety white the wheel:

small feet. In her hand was a Frank" P. Church! But the fire side is pleasant Y y It

Christmas wreath, which her "We take pleasure in answering Place for stories on Christmas Mat tint Powell-Wuat do you V ? +

Grandmother had made and which at cnce, the communication below night.Christmas do when you see an unusually + I

she was trying to sell. It was the expressing at tbe. same time our beautiful girl? I i

last of a dozen which she had sold great gratification that Its faithful is a glad l tiding time Elizabeth H.-I look for ft while

during the day. author Is numbered among tho And it may be cold a)little bit then I get tired and lay tho mirror

The snow began to fall, but the friends of tho Sun. t3ut Christmas isn't the same to down.

little girl] did not notice It, so entranced "Dear Editor: I am eight years all -

I was she over 0.' beautiful] eld. Some of my little friend say It Is what you want to make it. Teacher- -What did Juliet say

doll In the window. She lifted her there Is no Santa Claus' Papasays .._-- -- .--.-- when she met Romeo In tho balcony ,

I eyes towards heaven and whispered 'If you can see It in the Sunit WHAT \%OULI) HAPPEN IFs ? tayl4T0. ? ,

;: is so', Piease tell me the truth; Ernestine--Couldn't got
Everyone passed' their exams T you
I "Dear God please tell Santa la there- a inta Claus The whole law class! was exempted scats In the orchestra l'' r .,1
Claus to bring me a doll like the YOUrs sincerely

one in this and let II.
window please Virginia
Mrs. Long and Mrs; Carpenter
IF YOUR
Granny get well Virginia your little friends are moved away? Jlfclba Sctfctos! size
She turned and walked have been flffecteU
lowly wrong. They
Mr. Howard didn't home ev-
go
down the street, every few min by the skepticism of a skeptical ery week-end ? I never OIJ/for leas than

utes she cried 'Buy a wreath?" pgo. They do not.believe what BREATH HAS
Mignon didn't powder her note lOc. Yqp now can buy ,
But no one paid much attentionto they cannot see. They think that In
chapel every Friday? j
her small pleading voice. nothing can be which Is not comprehensible the tarn/ft else and quality
Geraldine Johns didn't laugh in
I She turned around and strtei! ] by their little minds. A SMELL YOUCAN'T
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Spoken. English Class] fir 59L-Ju5l think, long
I I back] to the toy shop. She saw a Ye, Virginia there la a Santa .
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Being mindful of the splen- man with a little girl looking at Claus He exists as certainly as \\IIOOZ1T f' Havana and imported.tobacco -

the doll and heard her say: love devotion Bud generosity exist, FEEL WELL '
Is a girt. for only 5cn&i't
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achievements of the fa I "Daddy, will you please tell and you know that they abound Is a senior, !

I !Santa\ CInuq to bring! me that doll and gave to your life Its highest Height; l 0 ft, 0 in. "{Ten w* teat IDA murh, onp. food dveavlit on a FLOR de WECIJAtp 4,
culties'and students of the Vv ill you Daddy?/" beauty and Joy. Alas] How dreary our bow.Jm. Our frlmU moll thlil '
Weight r-118 pounds. d.l oay omlntf out of our mouth .and. call II -' eee the rnpst, your 'u'I
I lie smiled and answered "Well, this world would be If there were Good in studies and In looks .taut breath W. f..l the poison. of this I t,
I shall His fell Claud. There would be dues all ever our bou>. II nakM u. kpney
we see. eyes upon no< Santa [ everxbought.
Bradford County Public Haa red hair and hazel eye gloomy, irouchr and no rood for anything I K
tha: raZZed: : little girl and the smile no child lUte faith, then no poetry ...
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Schools, rnd being mindful lit';' r wreath 7" the said. "How existence We should have no enjoyment Ptnder.Last week's answer: Chare] lutes It *.can't dlmt It. What I. the bib jiUwl Newark. N.J.
1* the mottt vital diRvativ idle In out i
much Is It?" he a ked. except In, sense and night. body. Unlm S pint of It are flowing, from
-, our lively Into our bowttln ever' day" outHicwmenta aReAl cue
of the standards Santa Claus but that
high: upheld "Twenty-live cents nut you can Nobody seas JOK1W! : r.t hard snd l oonntlpfttef! and
what like." I la no sign there li no Santa Claua. % of our food ...... In our 1' fn ololK. I
give me you In the worldare ...... This Offur' Mini.1.) poison all us.tuur
by the faculties, and He looked at her bare feet and The most real things William Woe ten-Lend me five body every al. nilnut.

clothes and soil "Here Is a dollar those that neither children nnrml'n '' lollnra old man I promise you on Whn onr friend stroll our bet breath :
can see. oNbody can conceiveor for the wreath. Now what are the word of n gentleman to
the efforts of the studentsI the wonders there pay tweed, don't ewe rooutfawaah or Oaks E
you going to do with It?" imagineall It bock! tomorrow. laMHtlv Get M th. aiu*. Take Carter.
and unseeable In the 1.1'''. laver rill which earl On
.. are unseen .. mmtly
I feel that each of lly grandmother Is very sick, Merrill Kdwarda Bring tho gen.tlemNl flow nf our bile Juice. But If ".om. blntb ,
one you who replied end needs some medicine world. around and let me see him. ttor" I,* alnei ou. don't bur It, for ;)/ lg RSupUnteU r '
It b ( ) pill. which !
my a mercury
I she get well. If I have You may tear apart the baby'srattler ..
so can; loo> n* t th. ftrlp anil *eald. the r* tumli
is entitled to a well earned enough I'll get her a doctor end and nee what mnkes the Mrs.: Long aukod her English 1I. many. pvoul Ask for Cartar. what. LHtl 1 N..li\ ILL..I C,,%N II\' CO.:
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vacationTherefore in lot of money ant we don't have tho unseen world which not I

enough to eVe' buy food to eat, the strongest man: could: tear

view of same I wish for you and Granny's been sick so long apart. Only faith, fancy poetry, ,
she hasn't been able to take In any love and romance can push aside .OF YOUR
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washing and our house Is so cold that curtain awl view the. supernatural e
and each of
you a Very 'bout cr coWns It is out here" i beauty and glory beyond.

she sold all out of breath. Is It all]] real? Oh! Virginia, in all

Merry Christmas, ,and .a "What: Is your name'" he asked this world' there Is nothing else BOreal A
.
., and where do you live?" and abiding. I

Hapjjy:'New Year. "My name Is Betty Lou and I No Santa Claua! Thank God! He

live down by the roadrond tracks." lives and he lives forever. A thou- i

..,, "Betty Lou'" he asked staringat nond years from now nay Virginia,

her, 'I have a sister named Betty ten times ten thousand yea ra from

_t'J'l. J. THOMAS Lou end you look just like her now he will continue to make glad

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COUNTY TELEGRAPH, FLORIDA
.... _. STAKKE..__. FRIDAY. DECJr.1UI- _...
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Music Club Announces -
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Christmas RecitalBy Christmas Musical ProgramAt es Eunlco ..perklnClarIce( Gill,.I L. 0. Powell. "
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Pupils of Mr. L. A. Canova Schedules Of ProgramsThe Baptist Church Sunday Frances Hemingway, Mesdames Wmiam' Duncan; Tenors Andrea'

The following program will be Fortnightly Music Study EveningA Geo. B. Flynn and J, D. Doyle; Altos I Doyle and John H. ; J
,$ocictylJ given Friday evening, December group of the Woman's Club met Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs L a. ---- __POwell.,
twenty-first, at 7:30 o'clock at the with Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Lowry at program of Christmas( Mu- Powell: Mrs. O. J. Grlrris Basses, -
home of Mr. and Mre. G. W. Alderman the Manse Friday evening. sic will be given at the First Baptist ; ADDITIONAL SOCIETY PA<
t: : I The study of secular muslo in Church Sunday eveningunder ,
--- 1. Christmas the direction of John H. Powell,
---The Star (JohnM. America during the nineteenth
Miss Jackson To Be Miss Smith Given Williams) century was resumed. Mrs. L. A, with Mrs. L. A. Canova, as accom-

,:. Married January, Third Farewell Party Clarice Thomas Canova very vividly sketched the panist.
2. Jingle ,Bell .:._(. .' Pierpont) concert artists of 'that period, and The program for the evening FLOWERSSent.to
Mrs. Walter Tyler Jackson Members of the Epworth Leagueof Nina Bishop Mr. William Duncan ably sang, service is as follows: '
requests the pleasure of your the Methodist Church, gave a 3. Long, Long'-AgoBayley. "Rocked in the Cradle of the Hymn-"O Come AU Ye Faithful -
,. company at the marriage of her farewell party Friday night at'the Williams) Snow-Shoeing.:.. Deep," by Joseph Philip Knight. ."
daughter home.of Miss Dot Bishop. for Miss 'C.. Castle)' The life and..work of Stephen Col- Prayer.
Flora BelleMr.Thomas Lorraine Smith, who with her parents Louise"Stern' E.lins Foster was then told by Mrs. Anthem-"Christmas S o ng"- anyone, anywhere, ca
K.
Perryman, after which the
4. Sing! !___ D. O. Blake (Adam) best convey
/ f it" left Saturday for Tallahassee Sing ( ) entire group sang a number of your holida
: ? Howell Blade where they will reside. Jack Ida and Lulu Jill-David'(FolkTune'j ) Rounds and ,several of Foster's lehem.Hymn" "0 Little Town of Beth z': greetings. We are member

Thursday, the)"third of January Various games and contests 5. Christmas Bells--Church well known songs Anthem-"Angel'. Song" (Wilson of the S. T. D. Florist
: Nineteen hundred and thirty-five were enjoyed during the eveningand Bells ____.... (D. O. Blake) i Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mrs. E. ) Associ-
1 at four, o'clock Miss Smith was presented a Sarah Barefoot K. Perryman will be In charge.of Scripture Reading. tion and can therefore
Baconton '' the Choral work of the club. Beginning gua.:
, \ ; Georgia I lovely gift from the League, as a 6. 'Tlck-TockMarle( F. Hall) Prayer. ?
. The above invitations are being with the next regular Solo "H a i 11Th antee delivery of your
token of the love and esteem In Sing Little''Birdp-Oeo.( L. e Wondrous flow
"f., received by friends here this week. which she was held by this groupof Spauldlng) Christmas Bells meeting, January 11, they will lead Stranger" (Helper)-Mrs. J. D. orders irrespective of
s( Miss Jackson baa often visited herewith folksRefreshments.' -(Olive Woodman) the group In t choruses and will Doyle. distancat
young
bar Bitten' Mesdames T. T.Lontf'ftttd Fay'Yarbrough .. plan to continue this phase of our Hymn-"Silent Night, Holy anytime.
of hot chocolateand
; D. P. Carpenter, and hasa 7. The School Bell-SleIghing study throughout the new year.It Night."
llo t' ot .friends' here who will doughnuts were served- by the la hoped that the members who Announcements.
John M. Williams
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i'Y wish her much.happiness.: committee. Nina Bishop enjoy this singing will be present at Offertory GIVE FLOWERS THIS YEAR

p the school this morning, (Friday) 8. Duets:" Pink Pearls-((Geo. meeting. Duet-"The Star and The Song"
Beginner's Class B. II. S. To at 9:15 o'clock. : L. Spaulding) Dance of the I The January 11 meeting will be (Wilson) Mrs. E. L. Biggs and
: Give Christmas Program A special program has been arranged Fairy Queen-(L. A. Bugbee) held at the home of Mrs. R. S. Fer- John H.. PoweU..ADthem"Chrlst.
by the teacher, Mrs.'Jean- Clarice and Arch Thomas, Jr, nandez. Mrs. Donald MacQueenwill The New- GERTRUDE G. KINLAWPHONE \
The Beginner's Class of B. H. s.Ii ette Kincaid, to which parents ol 9. Waltz In A Minor-(Orleg) have charge of the program Born King" (Stults).
"will give a Christmas program at : these young folks are invited. Margaret Lowry which will be centered about "The Hymn-"Joy to The World. ---- '40--:'
10. Duets: Evening-Festival. Migration of Foreign Musicians to Members of'the choir are: Miss
March (Low) America" and."The Awakening of --
r a National Consciousness."
Louise Stern
BIG NEWS! 11. Dolly's Dreaming-(Oesten) Other programs for.the year are:
Soldiers' March (Schumann) January 29- DROMEDARY ASP: DELICIOUS Pure Concord
Invitation to the Dance(C. Songs of the Civil War and The Delicious Ready-to-Serve
\ One of Santa's Reindeer M. von Weber) Spread of Musical Culture-Mrs. GRAPE
Frances Overstreet D. B. Knight and Mrs. E. K. Per- CRANBERRYSAUCE
Got Loose and Is HotFooting '12. An Old-Time Dance- (Bil-I ryman. u

It to Hall's Place bro) February 8- JUICE
4. Juanita Barefoot Five Outstanding Boston Classicists I
;, : For a Good Bowl of Steaming Chili And a 13. Erotlkon-(Grieg) Waltz in ; George Whitfield Chadwick,
A Flat Major (Brahms). Arthur William Foote, Horatio I No. l Pint Bot. Qt. Bot,
Barbecue or So On the Side. James Lee William Parker, Arthur Whitingand / '

14. Duet: Polonaise (Rudolf Mrs. H. H.( A. Beach-Mrs.. H. Can 15cIITAMKMtO
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU ALLHALL'S Frlml) H. Young and Mrs. L. G. Powell. -- -- ---- 15c 25c
Margaret Lowry and Mrs. A. Z.: Adkins will be hostessat
this -,'---- ----- .
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Frances Overstreet meeting. --- -- ---- ------- ------------- -- --
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13. Humorewka (Rachmanlnt February 22- GRANDMOTHER'S-DELICIOUS
PLACE oft) Latter century and present day
t Jeanne Leo church music.
f 16. Silent Night-(Franz Gru- I 1-Dudley Bi plc and his successors FRUIT CAKE
fJ Near Seaboard Station ber) -Mrs. Donald MacQueen. _
,..H... Ida Lulu Davis and ClassGE1Nr'STUkE 2-The Evangelical group-Mr. '
; John H. Powe). Mb.
; 2.lb.
. ('" Hostess-Mrs. D. E. Knight.. 39C 5-lb.
March fc>** gwhAmerica'b' I Cake Cake 75c $1 75

: Greatest Composers. : __ _____ __ ___ : Cake
'? Kthelbert Nevln-Mrs.. E. L. __ :.________ __ ___ _
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Biggs..
GRANDMOTHER'S Fresh, Plain Sliced
2-Edward ;McDowell-Mrs.\ H., or
V. 14-oz. 18-oz. 21-uz.
Knight. FANCY
! Hostess: Mrs. E. L; Biggs. I 11 j CANNED I BREAD
C: March 22- VEGETABLES I 6c 8c lOc

; ; Telephone 86 DELIVERY SERVICE Our 1-North Folk'Music American Indians- ASP: Tiny Sifted i i DIXIE CRYSTAL-The Sweetest Sugar ever sold

,,1!: Mrs. H. B. McL ndon.., Peas, No. 2 can __25cCampbell's :
SUGAR
{ 2-Negro Spirituals: William Tomato 5 lb. cloth bag 25c
' CHRISTMAS SPECIALS GOOD THROUGH MONDAY Duncan; ,. l J"| -, Soup, 2 cans __ 15c
a ,3-Range SongsMrs.. G.. ,H. Fancy Mixed Lima-- + RAJAH SUPREME QUALITY, ''.
'Cranberry-No.: 1 .Can ,, FANCY EATING Lowry. ,'.S ..., > J. '
t'Z SAUCE 15c $' Hostess-Mrs. H. B. McLendon. Beans, No. 2 can 1 Oc SALAD
------ APPLES Doz. 23c *
;'f April 12- f Fancy Tender Tips :2 Picnic Cans
''i f i- ; Mince Meat'pk.' lOc COOKING Our Contemporary ComposersMrs. Asparagus 25c,'
Edward Burns, Misses Lucille DRESSINGPint I
+ Red Ripe, Full Pack
tf f i Pica-King-No. :2 1-:11: 'can' APPLES, Lb. .__ 5c Mitchell and Ruby Lilley. Tomtaoes No. 1 5cDelMonte .
r PUMPKIN 15c 1-Edgar Stillman Kelly

, a No. 2 canCHERRIES--- Oranges, Doz. __lOcTangerines 2-Henry 3-Deems Hadly Taylor Spinach, Fancy'No.Prepared 2.can. ',15c 1 Jar, 13c Quart,,Jar 23c

\ )" .. 15c 4-John Alden Carpenter. I j -- -- -.- --------.---
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;jt d oz. lOc Hostess Mrs. L. A. Canova.'
No. 2 A *: P FANCY TUB
k S canApple April 20- OR PRINT
, ; Sauce lOc Bananas 4 Ibs. 15c Our Contemporary Composers "-
-- DELIGHTFUL BUTTER
FOR Lb. 35c
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lj : M PY EW YEASL. Plee-zlnlr-No. 2 can (continued) _.,
': Lb. 1-The yolifiger group-Mrs. L. DESSERTS
J1. Fruit Cocktail -::;,. 26c A.. Canova. FINEST CODscoco 'SHORTENING
( Mixed Candy, 12c 2-The Modernists--Mlsa Mary Queen Fkg. 1-Ib. Ctn: ,4-Ib. Ctn. 8 lb. (:tn.

' ':( Gelatin Dessert Pkg. _t.5c Lettuce __. __ 7/ c Canova. jtMYsxa''. :' 1Hostes8 *''-'\? H. Lowry. RU tweatlIb lOc. tin 12c 45c. 87c

May 10Music -
Jil ''6XBS. 12-LBS. 24-LBS Memory'' Contest (Review Plum Pudding 30c BLUE ROSE (WHOU5.GRAIN)
: HI-MIXO SELF-RISING of Years work!" ) Mrs.. A/E. Heinz Date or
, I FLOUR 23c 43c 82c l Wall.Music Fig'Pudding 30crCE 5 Lbs 2Ic12c]
h week to be
program sup
A&P Fancy No. :2 1-2: Can
lac PILLSBURY 67c $1.27 plied.May Pumpkin lOc OLEOMARGARINE
24Musical- .
i free with each Garden Party, Anne ,Page R. S. P. NUTLEY Lb. 1
,':; One can baking powder given sack of Pillsbury -Mrs,,C.A. KnIIbt< Cherries No. 2 can 15c

;" Fender's Salad I'T Qt. Plee-zing Tomato. Plee-zing ,a 1// June 14- lona Luscious Yellow Cling ------ '

;: Dressing 15c 28c Juice, 27-oz. can t5c Milk, 3 tall\ cans ..t8cf .1-YeBt.erdaYMrs.Our Lighter Musical, A.Moments.. Z. Ad- Peaches No. .2% 15c CARROTS CELERY (BUNCH FANCY STALK) lOc
----- ----- -- ) 7c
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Fender's.Ft.. 1\1IUlett-.Noa Can kina
pt. :
tmhn I CRANBERRIES
2-Today-Mr.'F.; ,.H. Long. Pound 29c
';;, Mayonnaise 15c 2Sc Tomatoes ___ 7Y2C Macaroni, 7-oz. __5c Hostess: Mrs. H. V. Knight. LETTUCE Large Firm Mead lye


'i ti e Catsup Ritter'. ,' 14-oz.. 12c f Si.ardsh Pimentos Trail, can _- 8c Minnesota Com, No._Valley 2 can Sweet,_lOc family' Mr., have Charles moVed...Overstreet to the Johns and I HIGH CANDY QUALITY HOLIDAY BANANAS ((f firm ripe) 4 Ibs 15c

Apple Sweet home on West Call Street.
; Mixed I DelMay AssortedChocolates
U. S. NO. 1
,;a! Butter, 28oz. jar tSc Pickle, 24-0z jar t9c Mackerel 8-o :can: 5c 1 I 5-lb bx 89c Maine .

" Chocolate CoveredCherries IRISH POTATOES 10 Ibs. 12c

CRACKERS, 2 Boxes __ ...__Dc PRINCE ALBERT, Cari _..;IOc, RITZ THEATRE 1-lb. box 27c ,
+Warwick AssortedChocolates APPLES (Large-Delicious) Each lOc

t!; SUGAR 51b8. 23c; 10 Ib8. _4Sc LARD, Per Lb. -_ --h. ..12I STARKK.!FLORIDA l-lb.bx29c ORANGES Fancy Florida Des 15o

Liberty TANGERINES Dos. 7YcI )

I;; Ground COFFEE, 2 lb. ,24c Peanut BUTTER, lb. jar,,._ 5J?. -PROGRAMBEGINNING FRIDAY I Chocolate Creams Cream Lb. 15c GRAPEFRUIT Esc! Sc


;, Our Special RICE, 5 Ib8. __t& 'Penny MATCHES, 2 pkS.. 15c I FRIDAY, DEC.. :318T., !Delicious Drops, Lb. 12'/2C i -----FRESHLY ROASTED- --- -! FRESHLY: -GROUND- '
"Hell
In 'TheHeavens"
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l
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4\ Boiling BACON, Lb 12c PLICE-UNG DINNER PLATE! Gum Drops Lb. IOclC OF FEE
; -- --
; OATMEAL, 42-oz. _............32c Warner Baxter-_:Cnnchita Mon '
v' tenegro-Herbert Mandlia-An. Selected! from the flnest
coffee and blended three
: Cream of Wheat Pkg. t5cMother' dy Devlne -- grown
Corn -Ralph Morgan ways to suit every taste.
bag$2.00 Russell HanileSATURDAY. Fancy Trimming for Your
.EIGHT --O'CLOCK
RED CIRCLE: BOKAR
Cocoa lb. Christmas Dinner "Mild and lieUeM'""Bleb Full-bodied" Wlney"Ib.l9c
I can? '12Vzc .(DEC. Z2ND., "yifforoin-

'Honor of the Range Fine Paper Shell lb. 23c lb. 27 i
! 'BUITER Lb. 32c RIB .- Ken Maya .a Pecans Lb. 12/2cSunmald > c

Aim Chapter J"The Wolf DOB'* :' -Seeded or SecdleM --,------__ __-___ _
BEEF STEW 3 Lbs. 25cri
i and ComedySUN.tMON.nDEC. Raisins GELATIN
iW ALL CUTS: t Pkg. lOc DESSERT or CHOCOLATE PUDDING!


, STEAKS' Lb. 1& FRYERS Lb. .18c, "IT'S: A GIFT"k. 2S-2 k Marvin English Walnuts Pitted or UnplttM Lb. 25c SPARKLE ANN 6Pkgs. 25c

W. C.
FltedH-Babr Leroy PAGE-DELICIOUS. PURE FRUIT

}{' BEEF IVER, Lbe 9c HENS Lb 15cA Alas,News: and T DEC.ComedyTVES''WEDJ 25-18 1 Cocoanut Dates Rajah 10-oz.1-7c&pkg.Ib pk. 1-2 12c 15c lb.I PRESERVES 16-Oz.. Jar 15c i



t tVESTERN SMOKED "Behold Raymond My-Sylvia Wife"Gone Sidney II:4 P Munswect unes,2lb.'ctn'23c Tenderized: ._ ATLANTIC_ &, PAOHG' !! TEA c..

t PORK' CHOPS Lb. 19c SAUSAGE 2 Lbs. 25c ii THURS.-FRI. DEC. :27-8 if
iiII "24 Hours PRICES ABOVE GOOD THROUGH
v, .. ,. II A. Day"I DEC!. 24n'
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DECEMBER !t. 1934
FJtIIn"! .,.. ._ ___. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE
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I Ghee I Miss Miriam Jacobs, of Lacoo-t Miss Alice Fernonde, a memberof W. W. Balsdcn, Mrs. Jessie Mae Mr. and :Mrs. D. T.. Clnrke and I Mrs Wilbur A. Scott was called ''' 'I'
will arrive today to spendthe the Foley school faculty will Blakely and son Billy, will spend :'1o.melRichard Walnwrlght, of Miami ,to DeLand Tuesday on account of ,,r r"
holidays with her parents Mr arrive today to spend the holidays Christmas In Lake City with Mr. will spend Christmas here i the Injury of her little nephew i ,''t'',
and Mrs
Bits of B. Jacobs. with her mother, Mrs. R. S. Fernandez. Bolsden's son anti dllughterInIawtMI' ; with Mrs. Clarke's and Mrs. Wain- Bobby Glatzau. who was hit by an" I }.'

and Mrs. Johnny Balsden.MM Wright's parents Mr. and Mrs N. automobile Saturday near his ','
Mrs Florence E. Canova Mrs: B B M BBMBBSB* rXWalnwrlfiht.Mr. home. Mr. Scott will Join Mrs.
Richard G. Kldd and Mrs. George Mr and Mrs. J,0 Lynn and Mrs. F. B. Cady and daughters Scott then Monday to spend the ,
Local Ne B. Flynn were visitors to Jack little daughter. Shirley Jean will Misses Dora and Beverly have and Mrs. Karl Mlddleton. holidays with Mrs. Scott's brother- 't',

sonville, Thursday. spend Christmas In Lake City with moved In from their home at Mrs Mae Jones and Ben fowling in-law and slater Mr. .uuj lo.. r.1. ;
Mrs. Lynn's mother; Mrs.: Roxla Ktngaley Lake and are occupying: all of Jacksonville will spend Walter Glatxau. '" '. ,
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Clerk of the Court 8. T. Dowl- Amerson. the Truby house on Cherry Street. Christmas In Starke- with Dr. and -,---
Ing. of Lake Butler, was a prominent Mrs W. E. Mlddleton. at their resIdence -
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN -------- Santa Claim will he looking for
visitor here Frldcy. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. ,Edwards, Mr. and Mrs..,Bruce L.. Davis on Madison Street. you at Stump' (store Saturday I,
I will have.! their guests Christmas and two children, of Arcadia will Mr. and;; Mrs. George C. White anti Monday., -
Mr. ,: \
and Mrs. L. D. Green and Day their son-in-law and daughter spend Christmas In Starke with .
and little Frances White of Tallahassee
1.-- family will spend Christmas Day Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bell of Mr. Davis' brother and slster-tn-
wigs Dorothy Sapp was a visitor Paris garters,suspender and belt in Mayo with Mrs. Green's mother Gainesville. law, Mr and Mrs Ellery M. Davis. here with, will Mr.spend White's the holidays mother
sets make Ideal Christmas gifts. Mrs L. A. Deem. HOLIDAY
JacksonvilleFriday. I Mr. J. W. White and Mra. White's ySPECIALa
to Quality Store.Mr. Bring the .klddl...." to Store.
Stump'sStore .r.1'I..nt1.,1)( toy's at Stump's
Alder
parents Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
L. Patten will spend Christ- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imbach Saturday and Monday to see I man. ,
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Eustla with relatives. and Mrs C. Wesley Larson will spend Christmas in Green Santa Claus, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and
'r OM>>, in of Cove Springs with Mr. Imbach's I Carter THROUGH NEW YEARS i '
Keystone Heights were visitors rMI' Mrs. Jeanette Klncald will spend Mr. and Mrs. W. H. and l
" In Christmas here Friday afternoon. father C. I. Imbach.Dr. In with Mrs. t _._ :: km. .
shirts and ties and Mrs Ancll Wainwright Christmas Tampa son, of Gainesville and Mrs. Marie
,, QunUty Store. of Jacksonville will be holiday Beasley's and Mrs. KIncaid' parents Freeman and two daughters,
bore( Mr. and Mrs. Kasper Duncan of and Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll guests of Mrs. Walnwrlght'a brother ,..Mr,,and Mrs, A. C. Durden Misses Mary' and Anne and son
V. Long of Lake Butler were visiting friendsin of Jacksonville will spend Christ- and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Wilbur of Tallahassee were guestsof
Was agvisitor to Starke Thursday. Starke Thursday afternoon. mas Day here with Mrs. Carroll's O. A, Andreu. Mr. Mrs: 8. d. Lewi will Mrfl and Mrs. H. A. Bishop
mother Mrs. F. H. Long.
r -- have as their guests Christmas Sunday.

Mr. and :Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones, Mrs Jack Bell of Gainesville I Dr. and Kirs.; W. B. Parks and Day their son-in-law and daughter
Gainesville were visitors here spent last week here with her pa- Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Hoover, of Miss Kitty Hogsed, will leave Sat Mr. and Mrs W. T. Wln gar, and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. H. Y '
If!{ rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. li:d- Miami are spending the holidayshere urday for Atlanta where they will sons, Harry and Jack pf. Jackson 1 L. Brownlee and little daughter, 1 ,
gondaygig _________ wards. with Mr. Hoover's parents. spend the holidays with Mr. and ville. Sledge spent last Thursday In '
. shipment pajamas. New Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hoover. Mrs. Guy Pkrks.i. ---y Jacksonville,,visiting Miss Martha SHAMPOO. SET 4

new styles.Quality Store. Mrs. Tommy Lane of Gainesville -..---'- Mrs Charles S. Lindsay and Brownlee, a student nurse at Rlverstd >
colors Urs. J E. Malnes of Lake Butler spent last 'week here with Misses Mabel and Pearl Reddishof New 1".ldlnltho, at Stump's daughter, Miss Evelyn of Win- Hospital and Rev. and Mrs. & MANICURE. SOc s !
,was In Starke Monday visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Jacksonville, are spending the all shades, ton-Salum.tNorth Carolina, will M. C. Stlth.,
J. Epperson. Pearce. holidays here with their parents, spend the holidays in Starke with
\artv. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Gardiner will\
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Reddish.
, State's Attorney and Mrs. A. SCrews Mrs. Lindsay's' brother D. P. Carpenter have as their guests Christmas
' to see our pretIj New millinery!' and dresses for .
\\e Invite you will spend Christmas in Day Mr. Gardiner's two sons-in-
Boys suits and sweaters atStump' .
Christmas display at Stump's. Xmas at Stump's. I Madison with Mrs. Crews' broth -
CMr I law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs.
I __ and Mrs. C. C. Smith and
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sister and I
er-in-law and !! Judge W. S. Yelvlngton and Mr.: and Mrs.
. Friends of little Bobby Glatzau Mr., and Mrs. Thomas A, Turner Mrs. J R. Kelly. family who have been residing Zach Roberts and children all ofHastings. ,
(cf pcLand nephew .of Mr. and and sons of Wlldwood are here Mr. and Mrs. W. G Strlngfel- here for the past year while Mr. .
' Wilbur A. Scott will be visiting Mr. Turner's mother, Mrs. low and children have recently Smith was employed as bookkeeper w 4
\Kra Gerald Mlddleton of Columbia, S
lad to learn that he Is slowly revering J. O. Turner. moved to the State Farm where I at the State Prison Farm have I Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Biownlee will V
[ Mr. Stringfellow Is employed. 1C.: ., is expected to arrive home FACIAL AND 4, t
from his Injury sustained moved back to their home in Tallahassee TVVO an their guests Christmas
( during the week-end to spend the '
net Saturday when he was hit by Mesdames A. F. Sauls W. M. Day;' 'their son-in-law and daughter r
, holidays here with his parents, Dr.
automobile. Bobby has ofUnrtslted Wlmberly J. C. Downing and Har- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carpenter Rev. and Mrs M. C. Stith and ARCH 75c ; 4
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and Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton.
here with his uncle and vey Madrlx spent Thursday In and little daughter, Joan of Miami Mr. a'll1Ir Fred F. Flume and children of Jacksonville Mr. and :
'aunt and has a host of friends Jacksonville. I will\ spend the holidays with daughter Clara will spent the Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh of Lakeland
bed room i
Any room set or living
"'bere who will\ be glad to learn that relatives here and at Brooker. suite fur next' two \\'t'f"luI. from the Christmas holidays in Jackson and Col. and Mrs J. E. Futch of FliER MANICURE YOU MEN. ,bon tl" "

,te was not seriously hurt and is Miss Martha Brownlee of Jack- t<> ten dollars off. Terms to suit ville with Mrs. Flume's brotherinlaw DeLand. (INTROnt'CTOKY 1
ilovily Improving. I sonville spent Sunday here at the Slake no mistake .Clsoose In- ut Denmark Furniture Co. 2t and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. OFFER) !
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. terwoven socks 3 pair for '$1. _. W. Mills. '
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ilr and Mrs. R, S. Johns of M. Brownlee. Quality Store. Really practical gifts at Sh1ml)'... COLDS '

,Lake Butler, and George Johns -... --. .-- Mr. and Mrs. Will Tnrrey ),Jrll: 666 .? LEILA'SBEAUTYSALON ,.
tf Ocala, will spend Christmas in Guaranteed rlngleits hose for Dr and Mrs. G. H. Lowry and Mr. and Mrs C. ''A. Knight and Mrs. A. Q. Wlnglemlre, all of Fen-
Itarke with Mrs. Johns' parents Christmas $1 a pair Quality daughter, Margaret Mrs. H. H. Miss Lena Belle Shcpard, will ton. Michigan, were In Starke last ,
Mr and Mrs. W. H.'Green. Store. Young and son, Theodore were visitors spend Christina!_ in Hilliaid with week visiting; Mr, and Mrs. J. 1 t r "' !

to Jacksonville Tuesday., Mrs. Knight's and Miss Shepard's Lord at, their residence on 1'1'1 I IKIIIIII .""II.'I.OJ: Headache"MAIo FORMERLY I'ERU'Sno 'HiBHtV

-- mother Mrs.. James Shepard. son Street. '.WIG, Nose Urnvolil Alt>> _Mlnul.FEVEdH__.__.__. y!

NAT SEZ: Star Brand Shoes' at Stump's. ..... :". ."':: ...... .. 1
sHMBMS B B B H-IB B I B kB B B S B S B S S B B B I S B B B B S S B B B B B B B B B B B B S B
Well folks"it won't be long now. Have you Mrs. E. C. Priest and daughter g k,, 1 1f"3
Miua Pauline Mrs. Hubert Priest I \,qa
bought all the gifts that you are going to buy and Mrs Charley E. Johns were I '
My advice is to be prepared. Have an extra a visitors to Jacksonville last Thursday I MERRY CHRISTMAS
gift all wrapped and ready because you never '1 r

can tell when some one you least expected __M f"3" }
lends something around early Xmas mornIng Miss Fannie Lord, of Fenton ; N

and you have to pretend that you had one k Michigan has arrived to spend the
for them too. Check and double check that winter here with her brother and
;\itlcr-l:;-la.v, irr. a I=1 Mrs.: : J.. II. FRUIT CAKE LETTUCE "fife
IK because there are only three more shopping Lcrd
TIP TOD
days lets I MATERIALS F

'
UNDIES The Temenrance Committee Citron:'Ib. 29c t

I -riun: lng1Vf'ar Panties. __--__-______49o meeting vlll : at the ,homo of Mrs. J. T. Lemon Ib. 29c
m. 1 *
Ladle Haj'on Slips ...*-._________9Kc v
Quigley Miss Florence Wood presiding Ib. 29c GROCERY 4 Lbs. .15c,
tuisliigrw Gowns. ............S1.03 Orange., t

lWl lo wear Pajamas __-________$2.19 Cherries, lb. 39c ., ,t ,
George B. Flynn'who H employed Pineapple lb. 39c NEXT DOOR TO 'POSTOFFICE ') BANANAS '
}y ( at Denmark, South Carolina '
I will arrive home this week-end to Grapefruit lb. 29c
4 Lb
spend the holidays: herewith his FANCY PACKTOMATOES .. 15cORANGES

family. Dates,8-7ozZ.oz' 15c I CRANBERRY

Figs, lOc
TABLE LAMPS 'JI \ Stump's Store It hating a realSanta SAUCE
to Currants Pkg. 15c
ClauK on the street Saturday ,

Competition Base-21 Inch Venetian / r i'' and Monday. Bring the chit Raisins, 15-oz. lOc 2 No. 2 Cans 15c 1 Ib. and 1-oz can 15c Dozen 15c 5) !i

Urn stjlo-10 Inch Parchment shadeto dren. i

match, approved coed _._-..$1.49 Mr. and Mrs. W. T, Shiver and MIXF.O OK IRISH h

I little daughter Betty Mr. end IDyLAc: Potatoes 1 0 9c '
Mrs M. H. Lang Miss. Amy Mooreall rr
HAT POUNDS
LOOK AT YOUR of Jacksonville, and Miss Edith 2 Pounds _

and Harold Lang of Pittsburgh, ,
one I
else does-Get a new
Everyone Pa., will spend Christmas. In AP ,t

/ for Christmas. Priced 98e to $3.9;3. I, Ethel Statke:Moore.with L. V. Moore! and Miss \WALNUTS Lbe 20c APPLES S Doz. 20c N U C 0 A { p y



I Beasley Mesdames president Edward and Burns vice-pres O. L. BRAZIL NUTS Lb. ISc pi z Can Pound ..u ''i8c ; t, .

{ I ident respectively of the Woman's EAPjfENo. 21'r l9c

Club of Starke E. L. Biggs, H. B. ,
I McLendcn and A. Z. Adkins, were 'CLUSTER JERSEY PUBE '

SHIRTS TIES BELTS In Fernandina Saturday attendinga
{ Sectional meeting of the Federation RAISINS Lb. lOc COCONUT Pkg. 5c

Mon' Shirts..,---____ $I to $1.05 of Women's Clubs. BUTT E R

Ties-In Xmas boxes. 50o & $1

Belts with slide buckle ___...60 e. and Mr.children and Mrs.A A.W.,W.Jr.,Anderson Virginia ALMONDS L> 20c MINCEMEAT Pkg. I JOe Pound 33c

Let us help;you with your ..elec.tie and John and Mr and Mrs.. J., L. r. 9i
nBALLARD'S
Anderson and two children' Lyle

e LUMBERJACKSFor I and George Jane A., Anderson and Mr. will and spend Mrs. :''TABLE TALIC Plain or Self-Rising 6 LBS. 12 LBS. 24 LBS. ;'

I Christmas Day in Archer with

Melton men cloth and boys.jaekets All with wool Talon Blue I I Mrs Emma Anderson FLOUR: 25c 45c 87c


fnttener .._____-___._____ W-98 Mr. Felton Varnadoe of Savannah .
Others at $2.05i: Boys $2.49 and will arrive during the weekend .
to spend the holidays bere q--

$3.AO. 'I with Mrs. Varnadoe and her par PEACHES GitijL{ )t I
tots Mr. and Mr. W. P. Smith. a
I Varnadoe who has been enJoying No. 2/2 Can I5c
Mrs.
a several weeks visit herewith TIP I TOP MARKET 3 Tall Cans 17c x

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I her parents will accompanyMr. DRIED

Varnadoe home.Jtmt .
COMFY SUPPERS APPLES PORK Pound 'U' _' -- ._ 20c PEAS''
Nothing move appreciated I left.
few kitchen cabinet
,than a good pair of bedroom a at special reduced 3 Pkgs. 25c WESTERN LOIN STEAK Lb 17c lsJ! t
Uppers./ I t We are offering suit. Denmark _._____ No.2 Cim _...___ ,
We Have them In r prices. Terms to dR. r
SIZKPRUNES 1
au leather at $L95 $2JW., c., I Furniture Co. :* LARGE CHUCK ROAST WESTERN, Lb. _15c FANCY SNAP ;.

product of .Peter's Shoe I

<'AI. ICJ I Prof. and Mr. Leon Gray and In HENS, FAT, LIVE, Pound .__ .. ,__ _17c BEANSI, ) x

children will spend cnrisunas 3 Lbs.._ __ __ 25< "
r I TOYS I Apalachicola with Mrs. Grays parents CASINGS Lb. Box 65c 3No.2Cana -- 25c !
I HOG .,.. _
t-cc Mr. and Mrs J. H. Hoffman. FANCY WHITEBEANS: & -- -- V'' .

Dolls _________.__ 25c to '2. 1 I'They Tallahassee will also during visit the relatives holidaysand In ; CURED- HAMS, Whole or;Half, Lb. 26c CORN SUGAR ; I

Books ...,__._f t0e> "'. S3c uary expect first so to that return Prof.here Gray by Jan-con Pound? _" -__ 6c, SALT MACKEREL, 3 Fort 25c 2 No. 2 Cans 25c
and 25 __
>0
'Games ___----_. attend the State Educational meeting

..__ _,.. --$1.41) I In Jacksonville.\ FRANKS Large, Pound 13c
Pedal Bikes -?- -
== SUGAR
'= .. $1.89When __ SALT
"f Wagons, ?_--- ----:--- Mr. and Mrs. T- T. Long and < .. .
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter will spendthe 10 Lbs. .45c' -- tr\\ Ga.,with HouseCOFFEE Goose Ground '
holidays In Baconton Maxwell ; .
.,d'hoes think of Munslngweor-If your shoes are Mrs. Longs and )[rs. Carpenter's GRAIN t ,
you } ';
'"earing oat "itnk mother, Mrs. W. T. Jackson. They I COFFEE25c: LARD ,
will remain over for the marriageof RICE22c $

at Sternberg Jackson their: to sister Thomas;, Mlas Howell Flora Blade Bells ;5 Lbs. ;, Pound ,. 30c 2 2 Pounds 25c ", ., ,,,

which will take
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Januuaary
place on 3, in Baconton.

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I'AOIl1 six BRADFORD coUNT'1TELEURAPII/ STAUKK, FLORIDA FRIDAY. DECEMBER !t, .?n' !
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1 "I LAWTEY I BOAT DRAIN' I John Prevatt- and family,, =--

Hints To Housewives With Our FarmersBy O. J. Phillip, Correspondent Mrs' Ralph Golm>y, Correspondent I I day.Mrs. 8M

I Ralph Gainey
ant! Mrs
I Weekly from Home Demonstration Mr. and Mrs M. F. Brown, of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Griffin gene Griff were visiting t.

FARMERS SECTION Specialist, Tallahassee Tampa, were visiting his parents; and children were dinner guest of Arch Prevatt Sunday Ilfternoon.1I1'8.
I :: AUBREY FRINK Dr. and Mrs. O. W. Brown here I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey and We are glad to report that

Sunday. children, Sunday. Prevatt Is Improving. fast John
: Conducted by Demonstration Agents AUTUMN VEGETABLESOur F. K. Carradlne"and W. H Edwards I Mrs. P. B. Prevatt was visiting: been ill for several weeks He has
autumn leaves for Christmas Last week I visited'the home ot: were business visitors to

I are not more .gorgeous than C. Letsch, north of Starke, and Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon.. .._._n_._ _'_L_ _. ...... "" "-'''' __-:;'-
.- M ill the supply of autumn: vegetables RAW some of the: 'inest vegetables Tom Beck-who baa been employed '''
S --"" -- offered at the market or picked I have seen grown In Bradford at DeLand for some tlmjj returned --1 1The

TYPICAL TROUBLES from our gardens. There is the County In several'years, and near to his home here Friday.D. CLEAN REMARKS 1I

If RURAL ON FLORIDA FARMS yellow of the carrot and squash, ly all kinds that _can be producedat It. Pinkham and Augustus

Truck crops running largely to the rich gold of the,pumpkin,the this season of the year He was Loadholtz of Jacksonville were: visiting I

COMMON SENSE 1 stems and leaves but not fruitingwell red and green _of peppers,.and the busy setting cabbage,,'even thoughit here Saturday.Mr. employees of our plant wish that each and every one of I

", Indicate that more potash is other flashing and softer colors. was necessary to water them In. and Mrs J. C. Prevatt were you will have a very merry Christmas and a happy New Year.I I

By SPUD""Si: JOHNSON needed In the soil. 'Under such These all mean something; with Mr.. Letsch Is planning to plant a shopping In Jacksonville Tuesday However, the fact remains that they would like to have a I

conditions frequently' It Is good these colors are associated valuable small Satsuma orange grove this Mr. and Mrs. James T. Mooreof Christmas themselves, so we are asking: all of you to merry
to make side vitamins and along with, them season as well as other fruit trees relatives bring Your I
FEED FINDING OPEN practice applicationsof Plant City were visiting cleaning and pressing work In early this week-end
WAY TO LOWER COSTSIN muriate of potash or sulphateof are many other essential food ele for home use.And'speaking'of.. and friends her Thursday may observe Christmas day along with the other local so that we I
FLORIDA FARMING potash at the rate of about 50 ments. Mrs. Q. W. Roberts, Mrs. W. F houses. business I

pounds to the acre. When you nerve white potatoesand Satsuma.Tobe Moore and Mrs. Lee Cotton were
Cattle, hogs and sheep are factors Pecan tree girdlers orginarlly do greens you are getting good Norman, 'Jr., who has a small shopping in Jacksonville Monday. I
of major Importance In nearly not leave trees that grove of bearing Satsumas, reports Gainesville that I
satisfy them returns for your money,. because Melvin Futch of was Some of you might do not care to have
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all well-rounded systems of but nevertheless the pests frequently I you have In that combination all that his trees had an excellent visiting here ,Sunday. cleaning and pressing business because we do not have your I
y farming. Inclusion of livestock In fly from one location to another vitaminsA crop this year-somethln& like Rev. James Lyle filled his ap- a solicitor
the vitamins especially
I boxes less than an .to call on you every day and ask for your work. But did I
seventy-five on
it
numbers will
b greater obviously Control Is only partial when and B, and several minerals, pointment at the Theressa Baptist
place the program of Florida agriculture applied to a single tree but pickingup particularly calcium and Iron. Not acre. And the fruit was very sweet Church Sunday afternoon. ever occur to you that If we employed a man for this job we I

&,. on a firmer basis. Feed- and burning all the twigs ,on I all you need of each for the day; and of large size. His brother, An- Friends of M. B. Plummer who would of course have to charge you higher prices for our service I

ing costs that were too high for the ground In an entire orchard has but a good start In that direction sel Norman, plans to plant some has been seriously 111 at his home ? What we save on a solicitor's salary, you save on your

profitable stock raising have been.' reduced the damage In the next i When ;you serve sweet potatoes Satsumas and ''other fruit trees. i here will be pleased? .to know he Is cleaning and pressing bill. However we will call by for your
the chief obstacles In the way. season by 75 percent Glad to see an interest being ta- work If The I
and greens, you get the same food rapidly improving. you give us a ring. phone number Is 28.
's' Grains seldom be In ken in growing fruit at least for
can grown values, but more of vitamin A anda There- will be Christmas trees
." this state for harvesting In matured Forage crops also were studiedIn little less Iron than you get in home use. A, liberal, use of fruit and entertainments at the Baptist We Invite you to Inspect Our plant at any time.

I, form oa cheaply as in the an intensive way. DiscoveriesIn the white potato combination: It will help keep'the family healthy and :Methodist; Churches Mon
flections where they are the principal respect fo which are best adapted Is not economical to serve white -Oranges are now/ prescribed by day evening December 24. All are

crops. Farmers here who for Florida conditions were supplemented potatoes and sweet potatoes at doctors for colds and fruit certainly Invited to attend. STARKE DRY CLEANERS

depend upon outside sources for by others disclosing the the same meal because In those is an easy medicine to take lur,, and Mrs. B. E.. Reddish, of

feeds, nevertheless, are in an unsafe most efficient methods. of feedingthe two get so many of the same I Jacksonville were visiting here
t position. They send money products. food you values. But you are not duplicating In talking with L.R., Green, of Sunday .-or. _ _n_ __' '_"___'_'_ww'.

.\ away that should be kept at home In the meantime, plant breeding too much If you serve Brooker, he told me that he had :Mr, and Mrs. F. R. Carradine

and they pay exccoslve prices In endeavor had developed new varieties either kind of potatoes with carrots more corn, syrup and meat than were visiting at DeLand Sunday.

r4 times of scarcity. of corn' oats and like grains or turnips. Cook them In dif- ho could use. This! young farmer ..

Feeds which can be produced ont that yield far more generouslythan ferent ways of course to look Is certainly starting out right. Every Weeds In pastures can be con i
.I Florida farms that will take the those. : should maintenance
previously planted. A more Inviting-baked potatoes and farm produce trolled by application of fertilizers,
J place of Imported grains and mixtures new species of Crotalarla was diced carrots or turnips. say; or crops first,. and then plan mowing at the proper time,. and
,1'' therefore have been pernlst- proved to have real value for stock: creamed potatoes with raw car money crops for time that can be pasturing with goats or' sheep
F ly .ought by the 'State Agricultural feeding as well as m soil-building.; rot sticks. spared from the essential crops. .
Experiment Station FindIngs Concentrates from crops raisedIn -
In this the the state Carrots are the best of all the woods looking Los Angeles salvages about
.' field opening way were the objectv! of Cattle In the are
for great expansion in the live another line of inquiry, from which yellow vegetables In vitamin A. good in this section, and pasturesseem 1,000 tons of tin cans and other

,"c. stock industry have richly re- it has been learned that grapefruit 'Squash comes next, then pumpkinand to be in very fair condition )I metals from its scrap heaps

.. warded the research. cannery waste contains much yellow turnips. for this, tIme of year. More rain I monthly I .---.

Grazing throughout the yenr, the same elements as the prized Among the leafy vegetables, the Is nedeed in most sections, how l> ('nUT'r C4HIIT. IIH AIJKOHIIcoi
.' practicable >In the favoriryr Florida dried beet pulp.In i greener they are the more vitamin ever, for both pasturoa! aa veil ':\'rv 'LO'UIJ.\.I eU.\\CEIlY.!

climate, naturally turned the making these and related i A. New, green cabbages' area as 'for C1.lIt1vatedareas.. Few people M. A. SMITH a.* Liquidator for
} thought of the investigators' to achievements of the Experiment I better source than the whiter seem to realize it, but this so- Bradford County Bank a corporation

"I permanent pastures. Grasses native Station known to farmers, the slsI I heads. Collards are good. and called flatwoods section of north ,...,. Plaintiff Cane No. 809
to the state have been fully ter Institution in the College of I they are a standby' In the South east Florida latino of the finest d. W. SAXON ET AL.. Defendants Al93

e tried out and several of them Agriculture, the Agricultural Extension I ill winter. Turnip greens too, are natural ranges for cattle and Sper.Take'lal notice Master that by the the final undersigned decreeii

:;:. found of superior merit. Varieties Service, Is actively at I hardy enough to grow well Into hogs in the South. It is an almost the above entitled cause appointed

'i': from abroad next were tested, frequently work, largely through county farm I the winter. The pepper family is unheard of thing to find cattle during, will,the pursuant legal to hours Maid decree of sale, and on
with excellent results a I good' source of vitamin A and while in other .
l agents. starving here, many Monday\ the 7th day-of January, A
sections of the South, unless stock U. 11135, nell. to the highest and beat
'; j bidder for cash at the South doornf
,j;." has: some help through the winter the County Courthouse at Starke, Buick announces continuationof.
I there is a heavy loss before spring, : .Iradford County Florida the following -
1 dencrlbed to-wlt.
premlBea
t I I from starvation.. I' All that portion of the UWVl: \ of
he NWV, of Sec 29. Twp. : 8. U. .. its Smart Style ProvenSuperiority..Established
also of vitamins B and C. Green 31 E Lying: S of the Oeorirla Southern
red are equally arnd Florida Hallway, except one
and
peppers peppers acre NW corner of Bald tract,
good., ,ontalnlnir 20 acres more or lens, Pres-
oirether with its tenement, /appur-
-- --
J.. enaneeM,. and hereditament.
E. K, I'KRHVMAN,
,fr'C\ Special Master. tige 'of ,Quality and Value
KNIOHT A KNIOHTAttorn
; TheLetter
,, ] ..yH for Plaintiff
(., J-2l-8t-l-4.
\i, Box iv riRvi'iroinr... Bit 1)10'01111 ., and every fundamental!

i.1If; tOl.M'V KLOIUUA" (;VNCBHV

M. A, SMITH, a. Liquidator for :Buick Engineering Feature
Rradfoid County Bank a corporation -
., Starke, Fla. i ... Plaintiff
Dec 19, 1034. i ,.... Cane No. 882
CI W RHAMC.M! ET A I., Defendant, already proved and now
Dear Editor: Take notice that the. undersigned;
The following Temperance Declaration Hpeclal Master by the final decreeIn

written by Dr. Justin Ed- ,the will Above, pursuant. entitled to .said.cause decree appointed .* and- Improved by further' .
wards, was: signed by Andrew durfnir the legal hours of Bale. on progress.O
Jackson then president, and two Monday the 7lh day at Januniy. A.
heat(; .
It, 1U35, nell to the highest I and
former presidents, James Madison bidder for cash. at the South door .
and John Quincy Adams In .October of the County Courthouse at Stark, -
Bradford. County )Florida the follow -
183 1: dexerlbed premises, to-wltt
,\/, $ Being satisfied from observa- TAe NEVi of the HWV4\ of Sec. 21.
:'J Td' Twp.. 79. R. 82 East, containing. 40 public In the first 10 months of this by In.
i> tion and experience as well as .acres more or lens. together with its THE year,
: from medical testimony! that Ar- tenement editaments.,' oppurtanancea, and her in new Dulcks more millions of dollars than
dent Spirits as A drink Is not only PRrmYMAN
.....,.. notJleas: ; but.hurtful.; and that the .E. K Special Maater. in any other
entire dlsuae of. H would tend to Attorney KNIGHT*for KNtOHT Plaintiff gives striking, even sensational recognition and approvalto

i\ promote the health: the virtue, and 12-3l-3t-1.4; ,
the superiority of Buick quality and Buick value.
the of the communityWe -
THINK happiness 'iO'rlt1 IPPtirtllO'V' FOR.
what this means to tile car owners hereby express our conviction 'r.\l1l i>i'.iiNOTICH >
t of the !:: lf:: IIKKKBY LIVEN Buick: was ahead of its time this year. Buick for 1935-
in the citizens
:! should
Florida. You need the same reserve safety, 1 that : .That O. WT: Parmenter, holder ofax
1 blowout and United States, and especially all CeitlfloaU No. 2SO Issued 3rd. already' a proven'productIs ahead now. 'The building
that Ab '
protection dependability I I I p YOUNG MEN, discountenance entirely day uf August A, D. 1U31; ha. filed
, Jenkins demanded vlicn he recently smashed aid< enrtlfliate In my office and this year of tho finest cars: Buick'ever built, In volume
the' use of it, theywould made application for tax deed. tontuia '
,I'( 77 World Speed Records on the. hot ealt desert not only promote their own'per' .law Said thereon certificate In accordance embrace. .with'. the 'nearly double the 1933 output, has brought forth important

: .! track: nt :nonnevilie Utah, :where temperatures { soncl benefit, but the good of our. following described property ultuat- new' Improvements'and refinements, bearing upon
\ country md the world. .d in. Uiadfntd County Florida to-
It. were as high as 1200. The following statement Is taken wit MM: totn and SO it, 83 In.. Woodluwn and East. ,Half Section of performance, smoothness, dependability and general

from the sixth report of the dO, Township B South, Kunire ill: economy.*
People travel farther and faster in Florida AMERICAN TEMPERANCE: SO- East containing 3D acre, more or

.iI: because the roads are level, fine and wide. d CIETY, 1833 pages 10-11:. 1.11 a he AHaenvnient of said I propertytinder Compare the Buick for 1935 as you will. You will see herethe

r Sim-scorched. roads and high .speed driving The celebrated author'INDEPEND.of''the In the the name said of certificate lire. J, 1 lanuad,1'armoli-wan value for your money.:' You will buy a better auto
DECLARATION OF
4&, build up heat that eats tho very life out of tire ENCE (Thomas Jefferson) after ten Unless ant<' ...certificate shall be re- mobile only when 'Buick<<: builds it.

cords. Thais. why you need Firestone High long and painful experience In the eemod will Issue according thereon .to'on the law 6th.! tax day deed. of

Speed Tires. discharge of hi*.arduous duties as January, A, D. 1035
Doted thin 28th day .of November.
chief magistrate ref! the nation,said A, .X>, ,1934. ,
t Firestone, Tires proved ,they have with great emphasis, "The habit of A. J.THOMAS,
Clerk, OE Circuit Court [
BiJY BUICK
something oilier tires do not liave-an Extra using ardent.epfrtts by men In public Bind...., County, Florida, $195
office has occasioned more In- I (SEAL)
Rescrva Margin oS Alirubber SEPARATORS r nd you
a/ety-provided by Jury to the public service and more

., C."Ia.DiJpng--tl.o heat-resisting Extra Process Dull only In 1'__. E.,.. PowerHalterUe trouble tome than any other circumstance NUMEROUS TESTIMONIALS RESULTS BY USE UVIAL'AMAZING OF BUY IBEfTER

used only.in Firestone Tires. -are. the snort ou..wallet which has occurred in OLD INDIAN TONIC! < WIICBS AT FLINT. ,,!CH,
AND UP. LIST
..._..m..' la ....two..,. *eutruetloi1st the Internal concern of the coun- DlM ur (*d pl.' In III health, tab
Come. in-let us equip; your car.with a set voar*.They give you E....rower for try during my administration. And prep ew :.treatment.Crlfflna: vigorr. vii Utjr br wing I

: of Firestone ;;un.oral.. Uihtor, light and were I to commence my' administration Old Indl.n 'IO Day Tank, Buick a'Valve.lnaUICK VALUE-PRICES
Tires Straight
new tltat
High Speed -so you again with the knowledge withm lafuelee .1 berrie! *. barks Lava .
:r have this; Safety and Blowout Protection. *iowa* lad quality prove* to be (real Head Engine Serbs' 40- 79S to 925
may sA which from experience I have acquired ature aid la Ivinc relief te many common
;
,"#re.tone 75 the first question which I *lla..nt. ef the body. Series S9-*tlW to HZSOSitrtet
Read whet the lollowlas Individual' Buick S.al.d-Chauls
," .. iii * *'Utttn to the Fatal of Ftreatone BInERIES ::1-. would ask, with regard to every (have to say .one..alna this ..........bl.. 60-ltriS to H6H
fflcleat "
fentitrtitf Hictiarit Crook Glad,.* Sirartliout n..y candidate for public 'offl<* wouldbe. heart preparatioMuFer burn,' disordered *tomaehn Smart Wlnd tr.am Style Series 90-tlS73 to 2175
;1' II or AVhon Eddy, every lonrWYI.h.* own 'I* he addicted to the lle'of. tlen. T will tiadlT recommend
+ ff. C. B.-W'&::"'"N.t_". Mich.
Safety Lilt
< I I lo". wonder for me. L. C. C..I... H prices at Tttnt.
? Yours truly.Chairman .. ". U 'I. South Jacksonville. Ft*. lthout\\
change
. I h.d rheumatle end: body pain for pricesrubfect to
Publicity, .... own Kn >e-A tlon
----- I. a I could hardly manage teIk. notlce.Sp"ct'ttquil'menU1ttra.Glldlng ]
:3 Florid*)JtiMsifa mrm Local Temperance .Cora ..., 1 tiled aU kind el ......leln.* with Rid* I o
".I' ; A QuIck .II..f..S..U NEWT \o result, I obtained. two bottle. ol Any Buick can be purchase
. EASY 1 r9l t 'l'H.A y ,. 41Hlther ...ton. IN riurrir IOIRT.coix : ..' ...t"O"O"1I ,JLD INDIAN 10 DAY IONIC. Newompletely the favorable G.M.A.C. tern"Buick
i I wait I I without Buick C
.
gp ol .q
nter.PolntSt..ring
' LASTING 'i'I, : SPARK PL06S :: rv KI oitiu v iv tilt's(FIII Win., titman. Jr.. Jaakwuvllle, .t.. '
.. BUTAAEYOUR M A. SMITH. as T.Uiul-lHtor I for 1 had .".......u.. kidney aad btaddei.rouble A'GENEAAb''' MOTOB3 raot1
POLISH .
" yiradfnrd County Bank, a corporation. dlHlneM. ....da.".. pala and Automatic System of
, BRAKES? :, Reduc.DridnltCaq Plaintiff ...
t"l' It a 7 welled ankle and ( lor over two
d u.II.. ." r .Sap1.asafM( v*. .' Cap> No. eTWALRR > ,ear.. I took X bottle ef .nirPINd" Operation and Control
ft! ,' y_. . .. tel u.t..l than. H. TATLOIt- At..p..,. JL4J INDIAN .TONIC. i an well BOW .
I l"J.ar u la Tk..lameMett Oa.wgglryMI t..ndant. tad 1 am doing hard. work. J. T.' .
I, I pull.h_. .tar...,thin,_wnl..lt..lIo.In. ....... ..rantb.I. .. '. Take notice that. the under.t.naclI'Ipael.l. .... ".........111. Ueacb. Pie.' rur.erioa. Bodies by Flsh.rMultiBoom
;:\'t ( Master. bv the final d roe A. a liver stimulant' and to pep a man
\ 83c I. awbob wt of anon sN In above entitled .. .. .
ue appoint will
JJ-: > 1k.wh.swwth. th c l> t say that l '01. OU INDIAN '
1 I'1'' t''I'' b y....I1..u- ed., wilpursuant to .std. door.*, ,vi I1A* TUdIcs. tb. vety b.it. It haa Headllghtlncj
!' I Inoludw ,' 'i y madr'trrroni/ y and during the legal hours of mil. one me ot food. U. H. New.
.
.II Polmblaq .rf Usk.7.dng leVi r- on Monday th* 7th day of January ,. nun, Isle Dyal St.. Jaoasonvllle, Ha.vrem Twenty-Five. .Beautiful
l3ol Lb : r_Tf _* A. IX 19.1&.,Mil to the highest I anti'' berUb pleat ana quality diua.
\' __ _______ ,. __ beat bidder, for'cai>h,' al the flout Ism all p.r"10.* world, a ilmule, Models
4 door of the founts Courthouse .at attwal tons aa* at mat ba prepared
Bradford County, Florida ..".... net nab gently and
eUxuvsly
i4tal'k.\\o>wlll. described pretnlaea, to-. ............ the ...m,....." ol polaoaa from
f wit: he body but tea** up the aerveua .".-
i t New Deal Service Station The SEVi of tIe 8EV4! of Bed. 19. teos a* ".11.. wb. Dot enjoy radiant
Twp. ( B. II.. S3 Rant, rontaliiln*,' 40 ninth and unbounded .a ray T Uaauh
arm more or l I...., tocether with It* bat tiled- feaiHikt flay ....1 .... a*
tenement, appurtenance. and her he wane el the trash!.. Order a oot.e ,
editament, '\[ el ".Idlo'. Old India IV I... Taste R gister.Motor" Co.
STARKE. FLA. K. K. PEHRTMAV.Spevlal :- ode, *. if your 1 leva druggist do*. aet ,
Maeter. eve II .rd. eu-ct tree Orlffla. Drug
KNIGHT 'KJ,milT tore, ,..1 tI... al.. Jackeoaville.' !rl..
fame 81.0.... Aeeepi ae abotltute.,. Sou'
HUBERT PRIEST Attorney for Plaintiff .
Mgr.;. ,1141-... .... J"f kewm -ntesy, ._ :STARKELORIDA

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;;4gKE 'lIVRCD-, DUMBCTOB1 careful hope you and will don't come get hung Please In the I be eventuality thero is small prospect share of coat would be borne by ,.J. \};

First Baptist Church chimney. Now I will close with that It will be built at an early the state It Is estimated that ':
B. Price, Pastor II inPi date. there are 7 OOOO men and women +' It
nev. C. lots of love from. The Story of the Bible Told ] / .
Sunday School- -10:00: a. m. Jessie May Jones, res over sixty-five years of age who
It la enid that the DuPor.t Interests need such ,
Worship -11:00 a. m. a pension, $30 per ,
Route 2
/lorn1ng/! y, P..U. .6J5: p. m. Kisses :xxxxxxxxx,, Box 74 I lit Jacksonville will bulkl thuirat I I month Cost to provide them I ,f?,
B. Worshlp-7:30: p. m.Mld.week news print paper' mill In the would Evening Service-7:30: My sister name Is Cora Belle and :south It will be located flome.vherc Florida's share would be $818- '4 .. ;.,

Prayer my brother name Is Everett. on the Florida! West coat::; 413 Something cine for the I, "

p 111. Invited to all our servo probably adlnccnt to some several 1035 semiion to think about. There ,;:I, 'Zf.f.'
'rou are Saturday A. M. hundred thousand acres of lands Is admittedly small chance of Flor- N(' ;

Icra Dear Santa Claus:, well wooded which they have acquired Idl\'s participating in the programat ,,:,: '\

l\1t'thodJ81 ChurchB I want a big red ball and a sack I In recent yearn. any time soon even if the plan ,;.:, ;,
B M. Montgomery, Pastor, of candy. I have my doll that you succeeds In congress T'j \

School-10 a. m. broth me laat year and It Is like I I Reform of the State's Criminal 1, -,- 'J ',;:'

,Morning Sunday Worship-11 a. m. new. I want a blue dress and II codo will be discussed at'the Bur Principal reason for the State ,;: Ii ,

.Epworth League-6:45: : p. m. some nuts and books. I I Association early In January Road Department's abbreviated u ,

toenlug' Worship-7:30 p, m. Love from I, Comment of lawyer who practice 1934 building program aside from ( ,

you are Invited to all these aerv Oleeta Green criminal law is that It will be.a construction financed out\, of Public ..t I ',I I. .

Saturday prosecuting attorney's code, large. Works grants, Is that when the !:# '/ ,
!
Ikes-
A. M. ly placing tbe bunion of innocenceon present administration came Into i [ ', :
ri-esbytoriim"' Church Dear Santa Claus: the accused, who will be presumed being the department inherited a .'

RcV, George H. Lowry, Minister I want a big blue ball and a e. k to be guilty when he enters debt of over two and a half million, ",!f, I J :

10:oo a. m.Sabbath School. dress and a bag of candy and a) I 1 It the portals of the court rooms. dollars .* Since April 1933 the Ii ,
: 1100: AM..-Morning Worship; some nuts'and a little broom. Vigorous opposition to its being department has liquidated 1420. 'w :

sermon, by the pastor. Love from recommended to the legislature at 000 of the debt There Is little. '

6:30: ) p, m. -Junior Christian En- Ruby Green the St. Augustine meeting chance for any road building la u'' r JI

draVQr 1933 except with the $2,400.000 I. :/1'1'I '

1:30: p. m.Evening Worship. Saturday A. M. .' In the event of the adoption of I I supplied by the Federal Government ,

Dear Santa Claua: tl o ryy An Old Age Pension law by the I the last of the P. W. A. '. ,." Ii
F""'" I want a big red- wagon and i a u, l A f t #' +Ntf ''t", S t + '* next ,Congress, It Is generally be- i grants to be expected. .I' I'I,

ball and a bag of candy and som< lioved that it would bo predicated .--_ I ,

2nJ2.N nuts. on state participation. Most likely Pour new telephone' exchange \ Ii'. t tare

1 Love from ., } rr -T bill provides for a 79-23: :: per cent opened In England and Wales ,: :, <" .
Here /
o Harry Green. burden. The twenty-five per cent every month. ,t, ,,'" ,
HereafterIn -

And 'J Wednesday P. M.\ .iuTE : ,
AlfAZEMI
Dear Santa Claus: .

the second chapter of Sec I am a little blond boy and one< tpJijrfiiliiSiKv'i' STb I'
Paul thus Instructs of aunt's thinks j ARNOLD I II fl j
ond Timothy my I am swel $ Aa SCIENTIFACTS .::. BY ,
Timothy, his son in the gospel,, looking altho I am only thre( __ -
"And' the things thou boat heardof years old. ,

me commit these to faithful I would be much oblige to you

''BCD"; He did not say to commit if you would bring me a blight Building of Solomon'. TetrpU.-Wlu-n Hiram, king! of Tyre, sent messengers to Solomon, ho wo 1je

(them to brilliant men or' gifted red wagon, a ball and lots of can Informed that the latter intended to build, u temple. "And Solomon sent to Hiram, saying, 'Thou knowoat If
gen, but to faithful men. There Is dy, fruit and nuts. how that David, my father could not bu",1,1 a house unto tl'.o:: name of the Lord his God, for the ware which
no substitute for fidelity. Men Your friend were about him on every side, nnt.l: tl e Lord put them under tha' soles of lila feet. But now the Lord, I

love a faithful dog and have kind Jimmy Green my God hath !given me rest on every HI'I' RO that there Is neither atlvorrary nor evil occnrrent. And, behold .
toward a faithful horse. I purpose to build a home Into Lie name, of I Ins l.ov.l u.I'y: (10<1.' "-1 Kings 6l 2-5. Lumber fur '
1
h11GHTY ,
feelings for the temple was brought from Lctiuiicni+ un,1 Ill' ,y' tU.> 'ands l, of nc. xvere engaged in the work of building \S ? RIVERS + v
God Is not looking'for faithful great men Thercssa, Fla. It. I Kings 6 given details or tK 'CII.L 'ltetoa'i', nt I"if, tprn:;: '"" I1nrthe\ fact that It took seven :van OF THE WORLD 1 +
men.
Uo Is looking. ,. Dec. 12 1934. to build it. King Solomon sent t<> T',re 0'1,1 t nn Dear Santa Claus; lem. And Hiram wrought many I'-"..1, 1\I L, r C." L .,.r. E ,. i'l i constructed: an edifices which ever INTO THE/ OCEANS 6524 '
The country la filled with people I am only 5 years old please since has been famous as a symhor" ..' '.' i;: c-r: I'.ia:; {"ujtratlon:: :; Is from Merian's story CUBIC MILES Of WATER AND 160 fir{

out of jobs, but my experience has bring me a doll and tea set, a I of the Bible in pictures, engravod in: I _i9 21 MILLION TONi OP SALT. '

,been that executives usually .keep" dress and some candy
the most faithful members and Your friend I I, nDAMRM

let the less faithful ones go. An Lelia Clark Theressa Fla. speakershlp honors It may bi bridge bonds, making unnecessarythe ti I

Intelligent executive hesitates a Dec. 14, 1931 that he didn't have much chance "subsidy" over and above the

long time before "laying' off" a 'Theressa, Fla. Dear Santa Clans: fur these votl'sln the first Instance security of the land originally be

man or a woman upon whom he Dec. 14 1934. I am only five years old. I an ,There are. exceptions, hind the l Issues ",, By relieving
he can depend. I have In ? BEgun However It is claimed counties of road mnlntenanci/ a ', rii
I knows Dear Santa Claus: $ in the first grade I want a of course MrtSrM l r "'
my organization two or three peo- I am 8 years old and I want a and one box of shot. that with the contest settling costs, counties will be In ponltloi Uiar.N fiRprrnw f
ple who are not exceedingly brilliant doll and a carriage. I hope you Your loving friend down to a tug-of-war that Dwight to provide more adequate school I Aar),, ''vlr's nr< a ,vcbWS', ,

but who dependable and can come to see me this Christ Cecil Alter Rogers Is making some inroads ot funds, the taxpayers:! saved front !( e '1"rfMMMd i',4 IfpfW'dx ,

u long as they keep their spirit rive the small county vote U ,still regarded 7000.000 to $8.000,000 annually, i ,1 1t

and I have a piece of bread I will Your friend Saxton, Fla. as a factor All of which It Id> figured' .. Vigorous objection 1 1

divide with them. Most execu Elsie Alford Dee 10, 1934 adds to the Gaiety of Nations from bond houses Is anticipates '4H Aw
lives feel as I do about this sort of Dear Santa: Prospect is that the spoakerahli They now are assured of $0,- e 4;, ': RUBBER CERTAIN WORMS + e
I Ir will be determined the laat week 600,000 annually from gasoline ta>( MARINE WORM} tt,
thing. Theressa, Fin I am ten years old and am 9l T wLe'h..454 ((PHYLUM NtMHTINA) ONLY jO'
a Dec. 13, 1934 the fourth grade. I try hard tc In March and not before. for Interest and principal require 4" ? r L TWO FEET LOlia, CAN EXPAND .'.

God loves faithful men He says, Dear Santa Claus: get all my lessons. Please bring ...- menta on their Issues: rcgardlesi 'w IWrO A RIBtWH-LIKg ANIMAL t bii .
of real estate tax +w 90 FEET IN LENGTH
payments ,
faithful unto death and I me a new dress and some fruit ,
'Be thou I want a doll and a carriage to The course of every dime upcni r o
will give thee a crown of life." carry her in. I am 8 years old and candy and nuts. I have threec In Florida during the last year 01HO They don't want to lose this aecutlty ,
THE
This does not mean that we ,are and in the forth grade. I want a little brothers and one sister, Re by the Public Works Administration given them graciously bj EARTH TO THB SON

to be faithful as long as we live. house for her to live in. member them too. In Florida in being traced the 1931 legislature, over nru..l THE EARTH is ONLY13000 t
BUN'S
above what thel contracts of Issue OF % OP THt SUUSlANCt. y
Of course, this is understood. It Your Loving friend Your friend ? Report has;; it that there arc

literally means. "Be faithful up to _. _. .Gadys J .Loper. Bessie TylerBEHIND now or have been as many aa 20C and !Bale culled! for.
.
'- I
'- -
.the point of dying;? In other PWA Investigators In Florida, ov-
Sam Gctiien Is having a hard
words "Be faithful enough to die Theresaa, Fla. errunnlng all office having had
time of it convening.. Senate
and I will give you a crown of Dec. 14, 1934. L anything to do with the direct administration / commit ,
Book
Text Investigating
life." If we are faithful enough to Dear San La Claus: i of such expenditures
,
to a report t to th.
tee
die, God appreciates It enough to I will rite you; a feu lines to the in the state. But Florida Is no ex formulate of --
1935 session legislature
give us a crown of life.Letters let you hear from me. Santa I L ception. The same Is true in all
He called one meeting late In November -
ivant a doll and a carriage for 11,0. "ln.l which he postponed. Another
.....--------.0 I will thank mint rnpllnlnr '
Christmas if you can meeting was called for December our Many Ytiurn Experience Makes It Poimlble for U. to lUmdur F e +
you very much. I am ten years =: :' E Influence to preventthe 14. This was also post. EFFICIENT, IMIOMPT and {:OURTF IUB HEIIVICKMOUKllATH !: + tl
for the
Issuance of permits "
To >ld. osciu JOHNSOV' poned to the middle of January,, 1'ltICES 'I
Hersey.Saxton 5 manufacture of wine from Flor
Gladys on.1 KmT 1: WAT80VTALLAHASSEE ida grapefruit this season Is suspected The committee hat:' spent $1,700 investigating DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY j i-
into this nook and that d
So Is that of the organized I STARKE FLORIDA tail
Fla. '
to the ..
will have little to report
.Santa.'Claus Dec. 10, 1934. : it there's any grape growers With I legislature it is said. Two mem-
Dear Santa Claus: money lying around loose Comptroller prices as extremely low as they I bur named on the committee will
I am eight years old, I go to I Lee may be expected to findit are, grapefruit can be more profitably ] .
...._.___.. ... _' not be in the 1935 senate ? They
.
-.0 wine It it
-
""" school and I am in the third grade. t He found $26,000 the other converted Into .' Edwin Larson, collector of rev-

Lawtey, Fla. : I: want 'you to please bring me a day that nobody here seemed to I, estimated that )If federal permits enue are who resigned aa senator from For Expert RepairingSmith's

Dec,:; 10, 1934. baby doll, a new dress and some know anything about k The sum could be had, < now at least 3.0GO( \ ,. Clay, and Senator Black, of Hamilton -

Dear Air SantaI :. I rruit' and candy. I would like Is in a Jacksonville Bank to the 000 boxes of grapefruit would be who did not aspire for an-
am a little boy six years old some nut credit of the Old Soldiers' HomeIn taken off the market, manufacured -
other term.
go to school and like my teacher too.Your friend the Gateway City.. It Is costing Into wine, help the deplorable -

tine I have tried to be a good boy, Sala. Tyler the state $800 per month to price situation But they can't. 'Two prisoners who were' due to GaragePhone
In the wood and home for the benefitof
help Mama bring maintain the -
received Christmas
pardonmforfeited
splinters.I Theresaa, Fla. less than half a dozen Inmates There has been much talk about have their right: to release g r rf'
<<
would like to ask you .to please ,Dec. 12, 1934 Most of it goes for salaries cutting down the maximum salaryor from RAiford A negro went 120 :t'

bring me some Christmas toys. A Dear Santa Claus: Lee has refused to honor the Octo- pay for county officers . berserk after the pardon was decided ,.

cowboy suit with a gun, a mouth I am in the third grade and I ber pay roll for the Institution, Truth la that in' the smaller counties on, and s'whit., prisoner lost: Wrecker Service Day Night } '
harp, a tractor to wind up,'a pop xm only eight years old. I want won't honor any further rolls until most of the officers are not his opportunity when a dagger was or ,
gun and fruits, nuts and candy. tea set' accounting and distributionof eeking out a fair living, so they e
doll a proper
foil to bring me a found In his cell. The board re- ,- r.tl' .ti
And don't forget the other little and a dress and some socks, the $23.000 accumulated "some- insist They say that' except in the yoked both pardons. ------- .. -- -
boys and girls to bring everyone Your friend how".is made larger: counties no officers are ,-
:
what the law permits bo-
t of them making
something Mary Clark It is considered more than probable
cause of the absence of sufficient : CARL JM\'IS JOH.V DERRY DAVIS:: ,
Santa I to Sunday school every -
go It Is believed that !every! member that the! State Racing Commission
Sunday think, every boy and Theressa, Fla of the pardon board Is In favor fee-creating buiilnesi.. will recommend a thirty .I
-
. girl should go., Dec. 13, 1931 of the erection of A prison day extension of the present racing
Lovingly, Santa Claus: commission or its equivalent to ;Newspaper crltlcUm of prtrdon: period. Favorable reeepf Ion; by the

Little Richard Carter Dear I am only seven years old and handle the pardon problem. Sec granted In recent'montha. caused legislature would mean that the DAVIS FUNERAL HOME

Lawtey, Fla.,, I[ am In the primer,class, I want I retary of State Gray ftnJ Commissioner some "deserving"" prisoners to get racing period would, be extendedto tie
| Route 1, BOX. 49. and some fire crackers. of Agriculture Mayo are 1 bad brefk in the deliberations of May first. Thought la. that it

ik wagon Your loving friend i among those who have openly expressed the final pardon board session of will help to hold the winter vlnltora PALATKA FLA. '

f, 'Btarke," Fta. J. W. Sascer i, themselves as to its urgent th year. Usually twenty to longer {'

[:' Dec. 10, 1934., need When the present pardon thirty per ceat'of: applicants get
[\Dear Santa Claus:; Theressa.- Fla machinery was created in 1883, favorable consideration. This timeIt It U not generally known but 111 NORTH 4TII MT. I'HONKl DAY NIGHT 89

,, I am a little girl seven years old Dec..l4 1934 the state had about 200 prisoners was little better' than ten per Governor Sholtz was 'recently reported

and I have. little slater five years With more than 1,250! cases cent, said to be lowest in the history to have died suddenly ,
i old and a brother twelve years old. Dear Santa Claus: for Christmas being considered at every session of the board Only 137 out The report wall persistent In Jacksonville 4
\Keasu doll I want a big wagon of 1,218 seeking pardons got their their 24 HOUR SERVICE
.
bring me a tricycle, a BB I want some of the board these days members kept reporters on
j baby and some candy and bringmy and a gun.I am only seven feel that It is Impossible to give freedom. These will be released toes until Governor Bholta reach

little sister. a tricycle and a fire crackers. in the first grade. the consideration the ends of Justice from prison or convict camps next ''ed his destination to deny the ac-

doll to. Bring my brother a watchand years( old.. I am friend and mercy dictate To do no Sunday Those hopefuls who curatenesa of the rumor He
a bicycle and bring me some Your loving would require a session of several expected to upend a happier Christmas was out of touch with his office Lady Attendant :.: Ambulance,Service

I dlfhen to.; :Mama Said you wouldnot Joe Kelsay months .. While members may can charge the "power of the for several hours on hH way to

come this Christmas but I not be ready to admit this publicly Pres., at least In part. attend the dedication of Corrie
TberessaFla.. :;..:....
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believe PcnnacoU.
Dec. 11, 1931 there Is every reason to Field, at -
feel, In common with A determined movement" is on
that they
I:: TAKE CARE: Dear Santa Claus: old.. I many observers that the pardon foot, well supported by member Because of inadequate accommo- '

f', TO BE ECONOMIST: I am only seven for Christmas years and system is rapidly falling or doe of the legislature, to place mnlntenancu > datlons: at Raiford State Prison, HOTEL LEAMINGTON '
i. IN PROSPERITY I THEPi want a BB gun generating Into a patronage situation. and betterment of ALL many guard are forced to sleep In

IS NO FEAR.: or YOUO. ;wo boxes of shot.loving friend county roads in the hand of the else: an virtual prisoner In "Miami's Moot Popular Hotel" ji 'IJ''
Your
' BEING ONE IN ADVERSITY state road department. Counties the: vent of trouble In the prison r,
;
,...z__ Martin Hersey. To A. C. Shurman, chief of the are now spending $14,000,000 an- at night. It wouU be difficult to is l

,- Fla. State Road Department's traffic nually Cbarge U that much of get them out to help restore order, NE 1st Street at DJscaync flnulevartl !
:
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"" Theressa will fall the un It Is wanted. Estimates place the It Is said The proponed new administration -
?;Z't '" Dec. 12, 1934D4ar squad pleasant of task ten men of directing the cam- wacte about fifty per cent They building. when, a* and. Overlooking.Uayrront Park & niscayne Haywyuu. y 4;" "
. Santa Claus: '!lenn r..nt.. If built -,"''' '!"'?"1 t" fowl"iSm
that the> roc) ,
.
Florida figure
bac "
t r want a big wagon an some atgn of turning and removed from to.- ..*n .1<. f. ....- .. *<..-... ... .Bus Station "' tI1 '
transient l seen' : f Jobs
six ::uf ound
I am only ye administration -
crackers. The new
without means to sustain themselves do the same job with'about $6,000- prUon guard
oi old. Shurman la to have 000 and do it better. To accomplish building Will be an "L"
: ti' 1.""" "e.dhnN. ..... Your friend under his this it would be necessary shaped structure Plan are beIng -
... about twenty-five'men Lowest Rates Ever
; IY.u nlu,c.b"poprqrrwn eb rou'1. Henry Loper. charge for this purpose. They to divert the three cents of drawn by M. Leo Elliott the of Quoted

I stationed at all pointswhere the seven cent gasoline tax now Tampa with funds supplied by
be
15: will
0... 01 d..i ,E.d..me.b J _' Saturday.Dec. touch other going to counties for retirement of state Planoinsghtoerd through tbeio'EaA rr
4''. :t-'.... Dear Santa: Florida highway road and bridge bonds to the road Lear will not cost the Single Room with Hath... .?..______ .__.__ $1.50 ? i
',,4! .......e.....kI. _lit is I want a Shirley Temple doll states .'. Governor to cooperate.V Sholtz. baa department Point la made thatpae.age state a cent,but u-less the federal Doubla Room With Hath??_..... __.. ___ _.? 2.00
oa'i and asked sheriffs
Ms1
md a Mlckle Slouch rlstwatch of the homestead government I comes. to assistance k
HAROLD amcncJ-j would ALFRED SIMONS Manager.riJfffej ? r'lfi
C. WALLINSURArNJf a kitchen to have ment has added with finance the building
set.Love Christie seems
cL.
){
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and the state plenty. In the later bdi
; lost West Florida labia* race for the security behind the road I I coat --- ---- -- c'

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'BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY
EIGHT DECEMBER
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Christmas Party Baptist W. M. U. MeetsThe College Students \tng=

County Telegraph Maybe' You've :. I ADDITIONALSOCIETY Given For W. M. S. business and program meeting Home For Holidays

Established 1877 ., I Mrs W. E. Middleton presidentof of the Woman's Missionary Christmas holidays-, Florida
.. the Woman's Missionary Societyof Union of tho First Baptist Church State College for Women! Talla.
ButJennie
-- Heard It
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-- was held at the church Monday afternoon hassee, will begin
Second Clare i the Methodist Church, and Mrs today end
PublihedVeekly on Fridays and Entered"as the
B. M..Montgomery the pastor'swife with Circle number three I following students who are
,Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida .. Eastern Star Installs entertained delightfully Wed- being In charge of the afternoon's ed to spend the Chrlatraas vacation expect.,

i. __ _n ___ -- Again New. Officers nesday afternoon, at Mrs. Middle- program. with their parents !n Starke ,'
E. I.. Matthews___________,____________Editor and! Owner Jennie Is getting to, be a big ton's home, the Christmas party During the business session presided 'I Misses Evelyn and Marjorie Stump an'
help around the column. This week The installation of new officers being given for the members of, over by the president, Mrs.A. Lois Long: Lois Adklns, MarY
-'--T- ---- RATE the young: lady, of the old lady of the Starke Chapter Order of the Society. M. Darby, It was decided to I Brownlee and Marguerite Prevatt

SUBSCRIPTION (we don't know any more' about Eastern Star was held at the Chap The living room was gaily decorated change the hour of meeting from They will be accompanied to

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 73c-Payable in Advance her. ''age than' you do) came ter room Tuesday evening at eight with holly and a brilliantly three o'clock In the afternoon to Starke by Misses Dorothy Swan-
Advertising Rates Application through with a nice letter to Santa o'clock, .with Mrs Della Green, of lighted Christmas tree was the three-jthlrty 'O'clock. The treas- bom, of Lawtey...and: Mist Ellen
on Claus This communication was Tampa associate grand matron, center of attraction. As a melody urer of the Society reported that Wiggins, of'Keystone Heights, al-
greatly appreciated foraa; you In.charge of installation, work recognition contest, Christmas ca- $30 was spent recently for a heat- so atudenfci at the college, who
We"hope we're on Santa's honor roll. know, this Is the rush season, and .assisted. by Mrs Salome Malnea, rols were hummed by a quartetteled rola for the parsonage and that a will spend the holidays at their
such contributions give' the edi- acting grand marshal and Mrs. by Mrs. A. Z. Adklna, and in box was sent recently, valued at homes.
0- tor more time for really important bailie i Epperson acting grand this contest Miss Kate Struth $28, to the Orphan girl at the Paul Knight Milton Brownlee
School's odWay I Santa Claus is out next week things like counting the number of chaplain of the Lake Butler Chap guessed the largest number and Baptist home in Arcadia, which Jr., Merrill Futch, and George H':

"oW"r pAd automobiles that pass by bearing; ter, and Mrs. Nella Hicks, acting I was presented a toy music box this society Is sponsoring. Several Inman, students at the University

similes', :'As" welcome as the first pint of strawberries North Dakota license tags or seeIng grand organist of. the Waldo Chapter Miss Virginia Fugate read a love- other business matters of Import- of .Florida, Frow Strickland
If there Is anythingg exciting !ly Christmas poem, which was followed ance were discussed. The nominat- student at Stetson University, be.
happening around the'/drug/ store The chapter room'was beautifully by a cleverly arranged' name ing committee reported the follow- Land, A. E. Wall, Jr,. a student
I4 0 ends,fountain. Anyway,;.her Is decorated with quantities of autumn quiz, the answer to each quiz:: being ing as officers for the new year: 'at the University of Georgia, at
indigestion Jennie''letter, and"'if I ijrpu*think leaves and Christmas berries, the name of some member of President, Mrs' A?, M.\ Darby! 1st i Athens, and John and Frank In
, The, proof; .of. the pudding is in the you get all she wants Is a Shtrley>Templ. and at each star point was placed a the Society. Miss Olive Ray directed Vice-President Mrs. W J. Epperson man, students at Oglethorpe University
afterwards. doll and a water pistol-ryou're small lighted Christmas tree, the this quiz:: and at the closeof ; 2nd. vice president Mrs. E. C. at.Atlanta, arc expected to

t'f 0 nuts: color of the lights representing: the the contest found that Mrs. L, Priest; Recording,secretary, Miss arrive home during..Ui9>:week-end
t .. Tuesday a. m,; color emblem of each point and Its A. Davis, Mrs. A. Wood, Mrs. E. I Ethel Moore; Corresponding secretary to spend the holidays here,! at their
,;The flapper ,era is definitely. over:: Clara Bow .has! .bej Editor>'Btark."re graph,_ II significance K. Perryman, Mrs. W. B. Parks; I Mrs: J. i H. Lord; Treasurer respective homes,

come a mother: ,. _,' .J.' 13tarket Fla.., -. I Mrs.* W J? Epperson out-going Mrs. F. H. Long Mrs. H. B. Mc- Mrs. G. W. Alderman; Circle I Louis H. Hill, Jr.,.a student at
Dear Editor: 'worthy matron opened the meet Lendon Mrs W. G. Haile and Mrs. leaders, Mesdames -J. M. Brown- the University Joot -Georgia! and
o Since you were 'no kipa. ; ,as". to ing with a,hort talkand; Misses O. L. Haynes had answered all lee L. G. Powell' and W. B. Alexander Richard Thede'a'' otudcnt at tbd

A pipe smoker's wife doesn't have to wait until he dies to print my last letter I have .deckl, Frances Overstreet and Margaret questions. Mra. Perryman drew University of 'j-Iorld&,, will spend
his ashes ed to write one to Santa, Claus I as Lowry' favored the audience witha tbcrv lucky number,, and was pre- Mrs. E. W. Hayes, leader of Circle the holidays...at\?(belc/.: ..Uor.iei in
weep over you suggested piano duet.Mrs. R. J. Davis, ac- sented a box of dainty handker- three had charge of the program Lawtey;
o ---- Dear Santa: companied by Mrs., Lu,A. Canova chiefs.A the topic being, "Names By "
if Our town needs some ,;things, pleasing feature of the after- Which Jesus Is Known' and Mrs. TRAIN SCHEDULE:
It would be a bigger story than the stock market crash sang two vocal solos, and Mrs T .SouthboundNo.
Santa, that it looks like only you M. Rlherd of Lake Butler, noon was an exchange of Christmas L. G. Powell gave a musical read-
t Sally Rand's bubble, should burst will bring-no one else seems to two clever readings.The gave gifts, the distribution being ing, "The Little Town Of Bethlehem 1-Due Starke 11:01: P. M.
+ __ No. 11-Due Starke 11:25
: A. M.
o be very Interested. made by numbers. accompanied at the piano by .
y. of First of all I wlah we had some Installation work was very The hostesses served hot tea Mrs E. L. Biggs and Mrs. R. L No. 107-Due Btarke-. 9:42: A. M.
You consider yourself a success if not a one your
beautiful
may and Impressive and the No 191-Due Starke 10:27 P.
nice houses for rent, or an apart and wafers ,and the. favpr on each Kemp gave a reading on "The New : M.
,I holiday gifts is exchanged. ment house. When people wantto officers Installed for the new year plate waa a" tiny lighted candle. Calendar." The meeting closed NorthboundNo.
o live here they can't find a suitable were: Worthy Matron, Mrs. Edna -' with the song, "Joy To The 2-Due: Starke 5:08: P. M.
would be Hart; Worthy Patron, C. A. Futch; ." No. 12-Due Starke 4:50: P. M.
There World
Patch all the old broken toys around the house. Theycan place to stay. Miss Stump Sings In
t up more people living here if we had I Associate Worthy Matron Mrs. No. 108-Due Starke 5:58: P. M.
make some child happy. the places to accorpodate them, I Della Hoover; 'Associate Worthy Christmas Vesper Service Billy. Miss. Leah Struth 'and El- Starke And Wannee Branch
Patron C. M. Slstrunk, : Secretary, I ma Struth all of Jacksonville, wljl No. 101=Leaves Starke 7:00: A.M.
o believe. Mrs., Eva Anderson The Glee Club of"Florida State spend Christmas here with !oIl', No. '
t Treasurer, 102-Arrlvcj.Starko: 1:50: P.M.
t You don't have to kid yourself so much this year when public Then,library too, how! And we a could nice use parkup a I,Mrs. Dolly Brown; Chaplain Mrs College twenty-first for annual Women Christmas'presented its and Mra. W, H.'Struth. T. .J, GRIFFIN.
vesper
you say, "Merry Christmas! i io 1 In,,town would help a lot. Dora Alderman; Marshal, Mrs service at five-thirty o'clockSunday
Elizabeth Nasworthy --
I Now this may be out of your Organist,
afternoon December 10,
Mrs. Ma.. Well Conductress \
; Miss
reach, but some more charitable n_the Augusta ConradJ:Theatre TO ALL 0j1jFRIENDS
A man who proposed to twenty women pleaded insanity. each other*In our Llllle MoRae;, Associate CondUct. Ct1R1
feelings toward The. WAS' made I
ress; 1141''..' Mona Canova Ada program up
That not ; ;
was hardly necessary ,
!l townspeople would certainly largely of Christmas'Carols of the WE WISH
,0| ..'.A'-' make our town any harder to live Mrs. Verdle Futch; Ruth, Mrs various nations. Directing ,the

:: American that later''Louisiana .'. Eternal! prying' Into other peo- Lena Overstreet'Bather'Mrs.; Lo- club was Miss Etta: Robertson, as- MERRY
The Sebring. hopes sooner or I pI.,'. afClrs doesn't make for hap- rena Epperson;; Martha", Mrs Jessie sociate professor of voice. 'Included YOU A XMAS
will secede from Iluey Long. Wooten; Elettai: ; Mrs. Mae
plne"'s-exc" pt..tor the.nosey'ones among the personnel of the glee
I Green Warden, Mrs: ;
door need ; Ruby Hayes: AND
0--- i And uHually? bel., yards Sentinel,' L. D. Green. club and chorus presenting, the
oft 'sweeping first. .' .., to' Christmas service, was Mills Eve
; The fellow who borrowed a ten spot from you a couple
, ewe need rain, too, but I'&uellsI Mrs. Eppersoq'preaented gifts t teach o lyn Stump of Starke..-News Bu- A HAPPY NEVif YEAR
months ago is always willing to let bygones be bygones'oi.;' rm I yc can't do anything about that. of her offlcere of the. past reau, FSCW.

0 ..From the looks of some of'the year, and she In turn was given '
people who walk our streets, they two lovely gifts, a .past matron's A. M. DARBY'
"Take the profit out -of war" bids fair to become the need soap and water brought to pin from the chapter and a beautiful Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsand __, _d __ __ _____d______________
most popular slogan of the little daughter, Fredrlka,.Mr.
y, : year. them. picture from the' officers. Mrs. and Mrs. tr- _._,_._ _._ ..... _._,_._._._._,_,_ ,_n__
o Oh, yes,*. Santa, don't forget a Della Green, Mrs. Maines, Mrs. W. W. Page and son,
lot of lighted living Christmas i Dallle Epperson .and Mrs. Hicks
h Florida's weather might get mad every once-in-a-while, trees. I don't see so many this were each presented gifts from the PALACE THEATRE

but it doesn't take long to get over. it. year. But maybe that's because Chapter and the outgoing worthy CENT A WORD
o the light bills are BO high. matron Mrs. Epperson..
Well, Santa, If you can do all Short Jacksonville's Only Vaudeville
talks were,, given by several -
The couple might have had quiet wedding but that
a
these things, you will be the most of the membErp. and during COLUMNSTEADYWORKGOOD ,
rl doesn't keep their children from being noisy. wonderful fellow alive. the'social period) etreohments of PAY FEATURING

sr'U' _. Thanks a lot, I hot'chocolate and individual cake: RELIABLE MAN'-'WANTED to
Jennie. were served. call on farmers.. No experience HI HO AMERICA
Christmas P. S. I haven't been a very good ." or capital needed. Write today.

girl myself but I do want these W.'M, S.)Elect Officers. McNESS CO., Dept. B,, Freeport, THE :YEAR'S- ,MOST' OUTSTANDING VAUDEVILLE
..,__.nf things for' our town.. You see I And Divide Circles Illinois. ,
didn't ask for anything personal.J. .
A 400-pound woman recently married a midget."It shouldnot LOST OR STRAYED milk '
The
Woman's Missionary>> Socie- ON THE SCREEN
be hard to guess who gets up and builds the fire on a cold -- ty of the Methodist Church have cow about nine years old. Crum-

morning! Atta girl| Jennie. It would elected the following officers for pled horns Ear marks, crop splitIn CAGNEY
takes pretty big stocking to hold the. coming year: right ear under bit In left.' R. J. JAMES
op o that order but It doesn't hurt' to President Mrs. W.. E. Mlddleton. Turner Lake Butler Fla.. It* IN '

'Twas the night before Christmas and all through the ask, anyway. ''We believe you're Vice president Mrs, A. Wood. Cor- WANTED-You to get those good

house not a creature was stirring-they'd.. all gone out to right about the nice houae-a. The responding "secretary. Mrs. F.. H.Long Glasses for Mother'"'' or Dad or "ST.LODISKID"withPATRICIA
'; ...h trouble la that fplks are afraid to RecordJng1'SfiJretary, Mra.
j
:i make whoopee., for yourself. Get thorn at my
build them until the customers are I J. W."Whlt .; Treasurer, Mlaa Christmas : '
----- ---- Reduction priced 8. G. ELLIS
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on the spot,and the customers wont I Amelia Ray. Superintendent of Lewis, Optometrist and Jeweler. I ; ALLEN JENKINS
' Paul Revere's ride is said to have covered only ten miles. come until we have the houses to study class, Mrs? [Sam Anderson.! 8 DAYS FRIDAY SATURDAY SUN.

This ofcourse does not include the distance he has, coveredin attract t.hem--klnd: of a vicious Superintendent Christian Social FOR SALE:-"Millions Genulnr .,. ,
'. circle.. Isn't it? You're right too Relations,'Mrs.< L. A.''Davis. Su Maryland Missionary Strawberry 'DECEMBER 21, 22, IS
history books.A about the library, only when you perlnt.1Ident'LoCal'! Work (parsonage plants ,11. O per, thousand at -
n exclaim "how we could Use" 'one, > Mrs.E. K:Perryman. Buppllea. Ca Ueberry.", Thurmond-, .Farm, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY\.DEC. 25, 20 27

'ftf .Democrat from Nebraska is said to have crooned his it calla to mind the painful picture ..Mrs. E:'S. Matthews. Literature Caatleberry.Ala,: ;
only'to "THE WHITE PARADE"
of most people using it and Publicity, Mrs. W. G.
way into Congress. From now. on, however, he'll shout just tick chewing gum under the seats Halle. Supt. Children's Work.

like the rest of 'em The park is an excellent Idea-but Mrs. .T.' Olson. Baby Roll, Miss WithYOUNG _
A MERRY!:
0 having it right up In town wouldn'tbe Kate Struth. Agent for World CHRISTMAS BOLES
much of a help. .tq spooning cou- Outlook Mrs A. Wood. Superintendent -
TO ALL PRICES
>
K The doctor who attended at the birth of the Dionne quin- ples. of''Octajjon' Coupons for Mat. 85o-Night! 40
, tuplets is going on a lecture tour. Well, he certainly.has: .i But we have absolutely no faultto Orphanage, Miss Kate' Struth. CHILDREN 100

a something to talk about. find with your request about Leader of Circle. Number One WK!: NOW HAVE i _._._.... _..... .....-----9
, charitable feeling and nosey peo- Miss Olive Ray. Assistant Leader, SPECKLED PERCH .
Pv o r. ple-long may we have more of the Mrs. i Carrie Ritch: Members of FItESH WATER TROUT -
The origin of "bridge"' us 'a name for the card game is former and less of the latter I We Circle' No.1> Mrs. Hogan Smith ALL KINDS OF SALTWATER -

unknown. One reason might be that it has helped to' bridge do disagree however, when you Mrs J. W. White, Mrs.., C. L. APALACHICOLA FISH.OYSTERS, The Most Eagerly Await
that no one U made happy by Stockwell, Miss Amelia Ray Miss '
g'' so many gaps "conversation. prying say except the nosey onesforwe Kate Struth Mrs J. H. Rltch, Mrs. AND SHRIMPAT GALA ed Announcement in

w. ..-. -o.:. don't believe that even they are E."K. Perryman Mrs A. W..Anderson Years Now Comes To
'
". Lloyd George wants a New Deal for England. The first happy. It'. a kind of disease,.Jen Mra T. Griffin\ Mrs W, ,
nie. It starts like a cancer or the O. Halle. Mrs.AJ' Z. Adklns Mrs. Gladden The Hearts of
, things they should do is to stop two Englishmen from saying dope'' habit and grows and' grows. 0:< L., Beaeley,-:IMrs., Av.W.. Redjrave. THE MAGNOLIA OPENING I

"cheerio" when 'taking leave of each other. The only possible satisfaction .the Mrs W.. P..,Smith. Mrs. L. Thousands.

0 pryer can have i Is+ in knowng.thatother | S. Hutto, Mra. H.Va Knight Mrs.J. .
folks bave almost as many Warren Miss Florence Wood, FISH MARKET
$ The :Uniatilla Tribune'says that when you see some men faults a. be himself; surely such Mrs. W. H. Struth,Mrs. I. C. Pres-

touch their hats instead of raising them it doesn't signify, knowledge could cause only the cott..Mrs. N. F, Guilford, Mrs. Carl m> '

;' decrease of courtesy, but an increase of baldness. moat sadistic person any 'degreeof Johns; and Mrs. B_M. Montgomery.f.eader THE: OLD RELIABUD 1 1P.M. SPARK'S 'NEW'
of,Circle.Number Two:
O ,, 7 ....' happiness. Mrs.A, F..Sauls. Assistant Lead .
observant are, we see
Bythe! time a'woman is seventy it is said that she has from Very your request you for-.soap said er...Mrs. Wilbur A, Scott. Members ARCADETHEATRE

spent'' six thousand hours looking in the mirror. Think of water for-some of our. !,fallow, citizen Smith of. Mrs.Circle J.' No F.,'\Colley 3: Mrs., Mrs L., H.F. TOE CHRISTMAS
P how *. 'And in a few.special casesdon't ;
: many buttons she could have 'sewed on in that time. B. McLendon/Mrs.' P. J. Pearce, .
y 0Tile' you think It would.be'a good Mrs. W, B. Parks.'Mrs.: L. A. Davis SPOTLIGHT '
Idea, If Santa Inclosed printed.directions ,* ""
Mrs. 0.L. Mra. W. A.
;
town cynic that married for the use of same-it's Hanes '
one
says reason men got Bsssant. Jr., Mra.,OIin W. White DAY ON THE :SCREEN
' earlier in the days of long skirts was from been such a long time you know ... .
curiosity: they. Mrs M. E. Edwards Mrs. F.H. WISHES YOU ALL A MERRY .
.
anted to see'just what a woman's ankle really looked,)like. And so, Jennie with these Yew Long Olson. M.Mrs.... W.A. E.Mlddleton.Wood M....Titus Miss ', CHRISTMAS AND ,.A ', >i .BULLDOGDRUMMOND

rs+ O minor corrections -we 'would let Amy Coburn. Mr4.- A. HV Green HAPPY NEW YEAROPEN i.i..t'

tfn'e of our. reporters !informs us*that there are:sixty mar'ried'co6ples : your letter' 1'0"through',to Santa Mr.:E. M. Johns./'l4rs'J.'W.'' Andrews .. .-- : .- ., .:;), .. .
within the are Claus otherwise ullceftaored.7"! It: is Mrs: I1 IX Green Mrs. Sam
city limits who childless. What [ .
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1r, Starke seems to need is a good Mussolini' .to offer" some premiums -; pretty/ busy this year so'don't 'expect E. S., Matthews? :and Mra. L. D. ALL NIGHTCHRISTMAS. ; : "' :n' ,..., ,
A I : too much In too short a Ume: '1 ningY I ::: 4.s"; .' : 'W7thtr'
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I sure 'Santa appreciates' the fact, ; .... (+ RONALD'' LORETTANEWS
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Rev. and'M' A. McDowell .
A Boston man'reported that a woniuu.jumped $ut":=oran i that there arc people In our littletown ol".t..lu' r-. *'. r, \wtreIn' Stark ,"r--r.. ; i .' .,.,.,.tgf" :'. ,., 'C1___'v" -In"

i.'alley' and kissed 1 him a dozen times before he could getaway.; ; who recognize: its shortcomings Sunday visiting their.son-in-law r r';;.... ---7'-

?,; .tie could never make his'wife'believe that if she found"'stray 1 for they only be overcome by such recognition ProgressIs and daughter'Mr.*;-and Mrs O.' ..J.OMfis BEER: : >. WINES; ,) -
may ,
b \hair on his coat J lapel, "I Ci"I I neVer made by folks who think : ,. \i AND ->' .. .r ,,..;> t e that everything is "Just fine." ; : '.
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Hint to- merchants- who. If i borrowed "Sanctuary"",by William ''SANDWICHES'V ". ..
1. say that ,.people. trade, out of I'
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We can't be as completely un* Faulkner, and "Shoe The- Wild a < .
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selfish as you were Mara" by .Clone Fowler-two of
'c';, ,; ,Corps.: They kneel down .in public and weep before all Chinese *. We've just got to get a lit this column'* ..st, priced Items I Mrnd Mrs.Htltrtman COMEDY

W". found,buying foreign goods. They hope ao to shame the tle personal right at this point would take good care of them until CARTOONPAGE :
Only long enough. Uowgkrtv wish such Urn a* they ; i .. .
"traitor that' : I't.aro\lDlf to returning ... .
they"will never"again buy foreign products. -' *" *- J .. ..,. .
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