Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 1935
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Today will be a happy day for CHURCHES PLAN With the approach of the

students, teachers and bus driversin day season, and all of the. stores)

(LICENSED HERE The all students Bradford will County begin schools a two ACTION GETPAK$6jOOO ChristmasSERVICES decorating Christmas and their everyone windows In the for FOURTEEN ;

and wondering
week's vacation for the Christmas Christmas spirit
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.. what would be Ideal gifts to give -

; Comptroller Warns I enter holidays a class and will room not until again Monday have to, Efforts To Aid Farmers Payroll we will try to come to your aid Vote Goes Two To

Those Without January 6.Teachers. Resumed flyCommittee Released This with suggestions this column.by presenting We offer a few the One Against

and bus drivers will -
Permits stocks of the local merchants In a Issue
receive their salary checks for December Week TREE! PLAYS AND

which will bring salary -.- SPECIAl. MUSICFEATURED way that will acquaint you with -

( TWELVE. MORE EXPECT. payments up to date for this year. ACCOUNTS ADJUST PAST COUNTY GUTS: FUND the many locally buying and opportunities to let you WOULD HAVE MATCHED
ED STATE know how numerous and attractive -
Special services, unusual mual.eel
merchants happy for it means release -
I With only three slot machines of a $8,000 payroll. I A renewed effort to secure the Supt. A. J. Grlffls said this week programs and the traditional are> the homo town possibili The nays had It twenty.elght to '
names of Christmas trees were being plan- ties. fourteen In an election held Mon
far In Bradford CountY Supt. A. J. Griffis announced Bradford County farmers .
]keII8Id! w I that.. Bradford County will get approximately First. be and stop at Stern- J,
I ned Starke churches this week to decide a $17,000 bond
this who have by day
Comptroller J. M. Lee that an old balance of about $1- been unable to adjust upon
from the ;
$3,245 $::100- bt-it be abU .
that all their debts with as the holiday season approaches. e, where you Issue for the purpose of construct ,
un- creditors will be
[ a warning 000 on unpaid teacher salaries for ,
jag-Jed 000 fund to be distributed to the
I Luted eek machines covered by the last year tosus been paid up. I.I started at once, It was announced sixty-seven counties before Christmas The Presbyterian Church will! to find gifts for the entire family ing a new school building in con. ,i.;

Slot Machine Act will be selz- today by J. H. Campbell, District have Its tree at 4:30: o'clock Sunday There are ladles' gloves, pocket- soMdated School District Fourteen. 1u
311 when found by Farm Debt Adjustment Specialist, afternoon, at which Ume the books and Munslngwear hose, also The voting was as follows:
llTand confiscated Comptroller J. M. Lee said that beautiful satin gowns and a largassortment ., two :
1 who are'being ordered PENSION CLUB Resettlement Administration who Sunday School will present a Hellbronn, six opposed and Vf
sectors immediately. has just completed conferenceswith half of the money would come I Christmas program.! Final arrangement I of Munsingwear lingerie. In favor; Vanderbilt eleven oppos !Wed

[MO the field licensed machines In.teounty the members of the county from the State's general operating of the numbers had nol You would be proud to glvt and five In favor; Rising eleven t**

I" -roe three at Canova's Phar- Becomes farm debt adjustment committee. treasury, and the remainder from I been completed :yesterday anyone a pair of Manhattan men' opposed and seven In favor of..- \y...:
I. automobile licenses. It will as well as Manhattan .
The Bradford County committee The Methodist Church will have sue. ,1i/!
room, ,
Bessent pool
I naey W A.Service Station, Tax members of which were appointedby to approximately $1,000,000 the Its tree Monday. night at the shirts. They' are. In many size 'The voting was held Saturday In !;j

IDd smith's. A.. Knight said yes- A FORCENOT the Governor in 1934 when the total so far apportioned by the church and It will be preceded by a and colors. materials foyour the! school buildings in each of I
State to meet the
legislative In selecting
\ yorlie has twelve more per- debt adjustment work was begun appro- short, play;: "The! Night Before these three places, and followed a. Xi
well the other
I priation of $10,500,000: annuallyfor fruit cake as as
hlB office that have not by the Farm Credit Administration Christmas." given by the Epworth Christina series of meetings at which' the t,.
i'miu in schools.Early .' for
Mr. Knight SUPPORTING ANY consists of Dr. E. L. Biggs, public League. The play will be stagedat groceries your : bond Issue and what It would
I taken up to look at the
been dinner don't forget "
I Jet of the machines CANDIDATE YET Chairman Nat Sternberg, Secre- this month, a $250,000 allocation 7:30: o'clock in the Woman's will mean to taxpayers was explainedby /.,
I aid. Operators eight days grace YOUNG SAYS tary, J. M. Brownlee, H L. Brown- also was made to schools Club building and admission will Tip Top Grocery, where you eounty officials. '1
M be allowed find all of these articles at very; .
which ,
lee and C. C. Butler. Bringing from general revenue pays be free :
I December J6 In'which to get reasonable They also have Tax Assessor N. D. Wainwright
/pine tl. A.large number of ma- The local Townsend Club, with debtors and creditors together for the operating expense of the State Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock lethe a large assortment prices. of mixed can had stated that If the Issue were l t\\\ .

pem in this county are owned 504 members enrolled to date, gives friendly adjustment of overdue accounts government. Th > Legislature; In time set for the Baptist tree, dies and fruits. Don't worry; made .It would mean an Increase of'''
chines In to avoid bankruptcy or a p pro prlatlng .$10,000,000 for be held at the church milts In 1 .
I the Southern Vending Co., of promise of becoming a factor that the which will about where you are going to fine approximately twenty-one
law '
I jicksonvllle.by state and national politics,' although foreclosure proceedings, this com- schools, a Members of the children' Sunday a pretty Christmas tree, the TipTop the tax levy In ,the consolidated

Comptroller made it plaint H. H. Young, president of mittee will continue the program general revenue should; supply any School classes will exchange gifts, has a large supply of beautiful district. '

The while he is not,In sympathy the organization, said this week through which many settlementshave deficiency were It InsufflcleiC definitf. ;school;!; revenues while the adult classes will pre trees In any size that you The Issue of $17,000 would have iJ:

I with slot machines he will admin- that the club was not yet actively been arranged In the last pare baskets to be given to the might desire been for the purpose of matching'a \ : I ,

I liter the law fairly for those who supporting any particular candidate year. Uncontested school ncenses sources Including poor. If you want something In an Federal grant of $20,000 to build"I'I
The members will automobile "jwlll
comply with its provisions. Those This church also planning special everlasting gift that would realljbe ; a, modern school house In District 'Iii
I I evade the law will be required "Just so he Is not opposed to the ,continue as In the past to receive produce an estimated J3VQOO,000. musical programs to be. pre : appreciated Just call at the Fourteen. Itk1
application for their services, said The chain store tax law wag figured NTWO3OB \
the full penalty-both Townsend Plan a candidate will ; sented by the holr at both services i Bradford Hardware Store. You
14 puffer of unlicensed machines receive consideration from our organization Mr. Campbell, who also will receive by the Legislature! to bring in Sunday. In the morning the i will find electric Irons toasters :

I Irenflscatlon and criminal prosecution of ," Mr. Young said. "But : application at his office In $4,500,000, but the Supreme Court choir will sing "Hark, Hark My and other electrical appliances FIGHT ,,1

I web operators as violate the law, if anyone Is fighting us, he'll find Madison, Fla., or by mall killed part of It reduced and the to revenue about Soul," by Shelley, and John Pow-I Remington pocket knives and rifles NOT OVER

Lee said. that he has bucked up against a prospects were ell will sing "Jesus of Nazareth." beautiful Aladdin lamps for : 'i.;
I Chain store operatorssaid
considerable ,orce." I FAMOUS TENORIN $2,750,000. .would the by Gounod. In the evening the' the rural home, and what could be ,JENKINS PLANS NEW
they probably I
J. H. Benson! a member of the MOVIE DEBUTNINO law in the United States Supreme congregation will Join the choir I nicer than a Crosley radio f _.' .,, ', ACTION AGAINST ,.t1
SMALL Bradford County High Softool faculty Court.Governor. In singing the old, familiar carols i Before you get too far along 1 I LEGISLATORSFor

SHIPMENTS addressed the club: In supportof MARTINI TO DE The choir will sing several anthems with your shopping go Into the
the plan at its meeting Monday, SEEN AT RITZSUNDAY Sholts said the general among the "O Night of Holy Mem Quality Store and look at th. assortments the second time Joe C. Jenkins .Ift

CONTINUE and a large number. of new mem- revenue fund would be able to supply ory.". This number use. a soprano of gifts for men. Interwoven Gainesville attorney has asked a
'OF BERRIES enough to make up the deficiency solo with vocal accompanimentby 1.00. General Gary D. Lan' f
COLDWEATHER bers were taken In. a sox at three pairs for $ Attorney.
Mr. Young continued: "Our club Nino Martini, romantic tenor of if specified revenue laws the choir singing the beautiful Beautiful ties, handkerchiefs, and dls to allow him to use his name K KIn
did not produce 1WI X> ,OOO. carol "Silent Night;' shirts al Injunction proceedings against I
of sweaters men's
can now boast ,of membership. the Metropolitan.Opera.Company. .,1'S slip-over '
.i Brownlee'Bros! continue to ship 604 adults, every one of whom has now making his screen debut, ap- l 'Thi choir Is composed of. the following $1.00 up. -You will really finebargains members of the 1935 state legislature I '

t few' atrawberrtetW'enty to a vote, and that gives us strengththat i YOUNG MENORGANIZE members: sopranos, Mrs. J at the Quality Store. now on the'executrvepayroll., ,JIf..r)
twenty-flva pints every day to Is worth while and will be pears at the Rita Theatre Sunday D. Doyle, Mrs. George B. Flynn, The old tradition of the house The request was mailed to Landla

I northern markets, but i* Is expected used for the betterment of' con- and Monday in "Here's to Romance Miss Clarice Gill and Miss Frances wife baking her own fruit cake It Monday night ,

[ that four or five more weeks' ditions in our own community and ," a musical film that has Hemingway; altos, Mrs. L F Din- a thing of the past when you can Landis previously refused to .. 11

will elapse before their Is any con- to help one another when the op- been packing theatres all over the "FOUR SQUARE KNIGHTS"IS kins, Miss Eunice Perkins and Mrs. go to the local A A :P store and permit his name to be used In Injunction .. "f' ((1

[ riderabla movement from here. portunity is offered." Is NAME OF L. O. Powell; tenors, J. D. Doyle and get one of. the Grandmother proceedings) and said that ,iii
I Temperatures here this week ... country. The famous singer NEW CLUBA and J. H. Powell; basses A. O. An- fruit cakes at a very reasonable he believed quo warranto Is the j

| reached a low of thirty-six de- supported by Genevieve Tobin 'In I newly formed organization, a dreu, L. G. Powell and W. A. Scott price. These cakes are baked In proper remedy against the legislators ,
STERNBERGTO the feminine role. L. is each and It Is rumored and through the press her J f
| pees and slowed down. the produc leading club of the Four Square Knights, Mrs. E. Biggs pianist. five pounds in' .'f"
con of ripe fruit. STAGE BALL A lively comedy, "Red Salute," held Its first regular meeting Mon- Family groups are being urged) that approlxmately 680 pounds agreed to sign Individual cases 1.
also re I at have already been sold this year,, quo warranto against the legisla ;
J Low temperature was will be seen Tuesday and Wednes- day night at the club room on S. to attend Christmas services 4
ported at Plant City. Last Friday ''WILL AGAIN MANAGE Barbara. Thompson Street. 'The. following the Methodist Church Sunday Bo you had better hurry and gel tors. y,
day. This film gives The A A P also has Circuit Judge E. C. Love recently if
there is now
I was the heaviest day PRESIDENT'S BIRTH- officers were elected: Presiding morning. A special' message yours
I jet this season with a total of DAY CELEBRATION Stanwyck her first opportunity to Knight, Hugh Walters' ; Vice-pre- promised by the Rev.. B. M..Montgomery. a complete line of groceries and denied quo warranto action y.if

I aeventy-three pony refrigeratorsbeing I doff the familiar garments of I siding Knight, AI Kay Carlisle; A fine musical program fruits, so don't forget to pay a visIt against Senator Futch on'the

[ loaded. Prices are said to i N. Sternberg, who last year piloted tragedy and be seen as a pretty, Recording Knight", A. W. Anderson Is also being arranged. to their store. grounds that he was.not on officer -

I range from fifteen cents to twen- Starke's first Birthday Ball modern co-ed blessed with a ; Knight of the' Ex-chequer, ,'- ---.-----'--- For life-time remembrances of and upheld quo warranto !\;
success, real beauty and value, Denmark'sFurniture against I, N. Kennedy f..j
I the President to a
; cents a pint. for Peek Supervising Knight,
rjilx Jimmy ;
: has again been asked by Henry L. quick tongue, a venturesome spirit Turkey ShootA Store offers a completeline secretary of the State Game and
.,, -- Doherty, national chairman, to and 'a rollicking sense of fun. Wilbur match will beheld of home furnishings, bedroom Fresh Water Fish Commission and :j; :
for shooting .
HOMESTEADERSGET the celebration this year Robert Young and Cliff Edwards and applications big Decem- and living room suites, smoking allowed him ten days for further '
manage at Brooker, Monday, \
be had from any ,
the have supporting roles. membership may cabinets, tables of all descriptions,, answer .'
'I EXEMPTIONWHETHER Mr; Sternberg while it Is too early Next Thursday and Friday of the above members. The clubIs ber 23. Those In charge promisethat as well as many other beautiful In a letter to Landis, Jenkins.. 1 fraid. :
and flock of fine some
request definite plans he brings "Let 'Em Have It," a thril- for boys from sixteen to twentyone a turkeys pieces of furniture. Denmark's Is "In the action in quo warr.f
THEY APPLY yet an announce fat hens and probably a few nice '.
and better ling epic of the war on crime. It years of age. showing a very attractive weekend canto against Senator Futch the
hints at an even bigger statedto will be offered as prizes. Everyone -
FOR IT OR NOT cf the club was pigs
features Richard Arlen, Virginia Purpose case In genuine leather, moire decision of the court clearly indicates
LEE SAYS party last than year last ,year's.As seventy per cent Bruce, Alice Brady and Bruce be for spiritual, physical, men- match. Is Invited to enter the lined with fittings of mirror, comb, that quo warranto WM not .p

' Homestead owners who did not I cf the proceeds will be kept here Cabot. tal and moral development and brush, which would be an Ideal the, proper remedy In that instance

flue with county cases, gift for any young lady -to keep Futch from drawing a
| exemption claims to aid In Infantile paralysis THE BIG RACEr the al r
at Hart's salary from executive
Further suggestions a $3,000
found tothe'Warm
1 tax assessors and who have and thirty per cent will be sent --
-- Include men'sBunging of the government
Store department
thisYear's Foundation'InGeorgia. -' furniture ,
their properties listed on Springs ..
claim chairs. What could be for a position which was \t
.tax roll now
may :!
; ,
them held the nightof S 1fu. CMRlTM S more appreciated than one of these created and established by the t1035
their exemption rights, given The balk will be seven Q .1S *'
chairso of
[ by virtue of the constitutional January 30, and Mr. Sternberg beautiful and comfortable legislature '- t"<

l amendment adopted by the Florida warns everyone to keep: it an open Ii'i 'I Six DAY :.Five DAYS- ; blend with the other living room was a member' ". .. "471
furnishings These beautifully --- .
[ people lost year. date.
Such was the ruling last week to --- FOUR DA'SLq / e upholstered ,chairs can be obtained Seal Purchasers:> J

i' !be State's county tax assessors, in % In either rust or green. Just been
JANUARY look around at Hart's you will also Acknowledgement! _Jiau :
L annual session, by Comptroller NO TMINUTE made to the following persons for, \,
I find Fhllco radios at reasonable -
[ limes M. Lee, but he warned the ENLISTMENTFOR 'c.SHO'rR very purchase of Christmas seals to \
[ owners of such property that the a. prices and bedroom suits I W. E,
late: }f. E. Lagergren, Dr +4
I law requires that exemption applications CCC CAMPS. I' as low as $49.00. Don't forget toconsider I' MUldleton, N,. D. WaInwright, Jr.,

must be filed by April 1 MISS HEERING : furniture before making Mr. and Mm tt, D. Wainwright

[ and that he would not make any SAYS I II er j jI .your purchases. 9r,, J. L. Simmons, A. :M. Darby < ,
[ rule of leniency after this year.. iI i-; : Handuome pajamas so different 1. A. Gardiner, L. ... Smith. H. C. i'
social In'dcal.1'JI that they will bring a
I Heerlng.
--Stores Miss 'Gertrude Wall, Mr. and) Mrs J. M. Alvarez, 't
been notified tUrlll; of joy to the heart of any
director, has
service & Davls.C.1
: T J ,.Qulgley
Open Late that there will be no CCC enroll- I JUan, tony be"found at Alexanders.nik.cs L, Stockwell. E. L. Matthews, If. \,;

, Stores will remain open late ment taken in Florida during January ; beautiful.No-Fade pajamas %. Bishop, Cunova'a Pharmacy, E. ;
b.-th and the local office has been .irs cf a high quality; broadcloth In Mrs. Pv 'r
', Monday and Tuesday nights i and other' K. Perrynwn, ,R. F. Clark
, to accomodate late shoppers, It advised to discontinue taking applications -' : many 5.; Canova, (,r., Fred Carlton L. C. sti'oweli
[ was generally .agreed by mer- until further notice. colors, they are 'trimmed In gay A. B Crews, M.... and Mrs. "
olors and can be purchased at a.
chants here this week. While noPWlnite This action was made necessaryby GO hurul- 'lohn Uglow, E. C; Priest Mr and IMrs.
reasonable price. Mtn's "
time w. set for closing, President Roosevelt's decisionto very Fred Stump.. The Woman's) :J
1 II further allotments of kerchief and tie sets arm very popular health !,'
was stated that'doors would re- make no Club' subscribed to a $
I Dala open Tuesday night aa long funds to' the CCG during the remainder 3:409s: this see son, no where In town bond, the Bradford County High f

I *!! the crowds on the streets war- of the fiscal year 1036.: can you find any; more appropriate Alexan- School took a $10 bond, and the ,t

[ "noted. Of course, in keeping with The corps will be.reduced to 428 s der's.11 gift for And a not man only than for at men but K. .J. E colored school took a $K V i

ionIC time precedent; all stores 000 men and a further reductionto bond.

, .uJ I be closed'all day Christmas 300,000 men, is contemplated In '. dIes"they apparel have a ,and complete piece goods line of. Stopat la-I .-..,..-- .-,-. -
D and April.
[ y. the period between June a Alexanders and look, at their Pact Ends

I. __ stock. I'm sure that you will I WASHINGTON-Termln.tion of

Leave For Canal Episcopal Service make a purchase before you laave. the marketing agreement and license -
of St. Now if you are hunting something for Florida strawberry shippers -
.' Seven white laborers left Tues- 'The Christmas service that would delight most any was announced this week by e

t ky for Ocala where they will be Mark's Episcopal Church will take 1 woman or ,girl.; ,, give her lingerie.At Secretary Wallace. The announcement -

l employed on the cro -state canaL place In the church on Christmas Jacobs' you win find a beautiful said that because Cf a serious ;

12?Were: H. Dewey Benentt. 'Jay morning at 9 o'clock. There will line of satin gowns pajamas freeze which reduced last sea' '++ n

"i John Crews Frank Cruce be celebration of the Holy Com and dancettes. These can be son's crop, provisions of the agreement j

Irence. Hlckok. Elbert Lowe and munion with appropriate Christmas in either yellow, pink, or and license were not made 1,
.. bought
[t- o Thornton.' maslc, and sermon., AU members i ... ,. -((; tea rose and all are lace rimmed. 1 fully\ operative. Amendments to (I'

-;- of the congregation are urged 1- I Af And by all means) don't fall to the Agricultural Adjustment Act. "
their '
'',to be present;and make look at their quilted robes In pink I It was said made changes la the '
''r Brooker Meeting ; Christmas Communions>> at that .1 i ....r program for strawberries neces. M
. Advocates !; Townsend time. And as at all service; others Eight '+
o the '" 8 e"I (Continued On Page sary.c"
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J*?<-U1 hold a meeting at Brook- are cordially Invited to participate "JII. 'm'-- e ,-'r +tM

niTtttr'.y night- at 7:30 o'clock.. .ln the_worship. '

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TnO) SlNoO TIME NEARS Undersigned Whow,
PINE LEVEL BROOKER LONG BRIDGE S GUlJt"BRANCH A'I pointed a. Special Maiter" Ih r"ln "

)fis. II. M. McRae, Correspondent Alls Vera Gainey. Correspondent MtM Nina Whltebead. Cor. Mis; Elizabeth Harnage Cor. i Candidate for the Florida legislature cery Monday, to. execute the 8th the day'am"'In will('ha
: already beginning to during the Janue
are lb1l31. le
Qua Fountain and son Jessie Bride-Elect Mr. M. W. Mann of Lake Butler Mis* BUaMa; Sapp spent the make shopworn promise to en- the Court Ti/Lour"? / of ..
Entertain for theguest Stark. Florida door
week-end at City ..
week with we., visiting here Monday.Mr. jSampaon beneficial to the and b..t '." h'
Fountain, spent lat Miss Cordelia Brown entertainedIn Brown. act legislation bidder 'h .ll'1lowing -'
of Mis .Mildred -
and Mrs. S. W. WhItehead described land"A.Hil f.
relatives at Penney Farms. December :schools.
her home Wednesday night ing and
and children were visiting in Ral Mr. and Mr*.A, J. Williams and being In Bradford I
Miss E'ula Mae Dyal spent Monday 11, with a miaceUaneOuSshower Baldwin The Gainesville Dally Sun wonder FJorlda. to-wIt C"unNW4
ford Mr. Mamie Williams of -
night at Sampson as the guest for Miss Cleone Bewails Sunday.Mr. what political candidate \ of NW34, I.... one ...
and Mr. the s ,.
Mr. SW
Brown. brideelect.The ., and Mrs. P. S. Yarbrough were visiting the schools com.r deeded to In
of Ml Mildred charming would do without public In 8eo. '. Town.hlp "huol
and children of Raiford were visIting J. S. Sapp Friday. A RanK. 1:1: 7 SOuth
Miss Veata McRae spent Sunday rooms were beautifully dec "aa a campaign vote getter. Ea..t.. :, oracr.
night with Mia Verna Phillips at orated with holly branches. TIlehonoree' in this section Saturday aft- D. I. Knight who la employedat I candidate for the legislature next with .the.. more or 1...000tLfling. 19

decorated with ernoon. Ocala spent the week-end here June recently announced his platform to bo appurtena0.'
Samp oa.. chair was made purau.nt "ald"lg .(
Mr.- and Mrs. Haiford Sapp and two large crepe paper bows., Joel and Olen Parrlsh of Dukes, with his f amjrj-..' the Gainesville paper says, to aatl.fy m.the same and 001. ecr

and contests were visiting In this section Sun Mr. and Mrs. Felix Sapp were and he headed his appear with! As's IC PERRYMAN'lI
of Glen St. Mary spent Various games Mater
children : I"ola In (ollanceM"STRIt'1I
Mr. W R. Con- A '
day afternoon.Mr. visiting Mr. an4 months school
the week-end here with their were enjoyed after which the gifts "Nine public
and Mrs., J. C. Yarbrough ner of Rising section Sunday aft teacher
mother Mrs. Pink Thornton. were presented to Miss Sowells by term with salaries for
little Miss Minnie Lou Hazen and and son Lowell and Nona and ernoon. placed on a parity with tmtilristm der NOTICE I. hereby give,n that
of Ocala
spent and
Nelson Thornton, by virtue o
home Master Harvard Hazen. These two Nina Whitehead were visiting In Mrs. Irvin Norman of Heilbronn other state employes and offi- of Foreclosure made of a.. Pinni tcr

the week-end here with youngsters were dressed to repre- Lake Butler Saturday afternoon.Mr. and Mrs. Eliza Hill of Plant City cials." That,' continues the bY' the Honorable If and ren4 e,.

folk. S. W. Whitehead was shop of Mr. and Mrs. J. .Iud. of the Circuit COllrtSOhrl"Elgbth
sent a bride and groom and were the guests Gainesville prfper, "evidentlywas Judicial

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jackson marched Into the room to the ping In Lake Butler Monday.EVERGREEN S. Sapp, Sunday.Mr. regarded as the best opening In and for Bradford Circuit Cnllnlnr"f F7f ,,
and Mr. and Mrs. Chanoery dated
Gainesville .
strain of the wedding march. : and Mrs.. :Marlon Browning. gun." In that certain November. 2l.t'19,
Russell McRae of Starke were visitors therein \sat
at H. M. McRaes Sunday afternoon After the gifts were displayed, :. of Ralford, were visiting Mr. and Perhaps this candidate has for- Fabric for covering airplanes Is pending Bank of between Columbia. The Fed..ral i.e t:

refreshments were served to the Mr. T. A. Uonler. C.rre*>o..e.t Mrs. H. L. E4wards Sunday.Mr. gotten that the state supreme now being made fireproof by chem J. lay and Wife, ,Mary PlalOtirf(ly, and

following guests! Invited to be with. Mr. and Mr-C-X.: : Pringle and .. L. D.' Johns of Graham court has ruled a few months ago ical Impregnation. D..fen.lanl.. the undermigned el I

),fr. and Mrs. W. C. Thorntonand Miss Sowolla: Lubedla Plnholster'l children spent Sunday here with I I spent the week-end with Mr. and that It would be unconstitutionalfor Mauler a.her.n In appointed 8 F'*.

children of Macclenny spent Lucile and Idell Webb. relatives. I Mr. J. S. Sapp. the legislature to enact a law \OTirm or APPLICATION name, will, on Monday"iff ith ,I!
of I
Sunday here with their mother Mott Johnnie Rca Cone. Hazel Mrs. J. S. Sapp and children Mrs. P. D.. Reddish,spent Mon- that placed the schools on a parity I roil TAX UKV.ltB hour January* of 1936h efor.during/. the I!"
seeS .
Thornton. I ( > ai Bill Ne th
Mrs. Pink Edna Thomas. night withMr.. and Mrs. J. institutions. This House door In tl"
Harris Grace Hazen spent Sunday afternoon hero with day with other state I Flnrld"
and Mra. E. Brown and GIVEN to the hlKhPNt an"h'Vt "
Mr. Margaret Sowells Louise and her mother Mrs. J. S. Rosier. S. Sapp., .' means that before the schools can That C. S. Kelly holder of Tax: Certificate c..h. the followlnlr 1,1,1,1.': ,

Mr. Alice Oliver visited Mr. and Christine Gay Joanna Cason..Hortense Mr and Mra. J. M. Rosier and be placed on a parity with other No. 99. limueil the 7th day of situate, lying and being doecribed i In Dradf I Ia n..
Willis after- July A. D. 1980 ha* filed name In County
Mra. Sunday
Dyal Florida
Parrlsh. Rae Norris Louise children were visiting B. E. Rosier PEANUT SHELLING MILL Institutions a constitution amend- I my office and has made applicationfor Routh hAlt of to-wit Moulh:

noon. Conerly Ruth May Ruth Boyles and mother, Friday night. HIGH $ 'RLNGS-FUU time operation ment will be necessary. a tax deed to be Ixnued thereon. Southeast quarter IInd Moulheao hnlf 0,
Remember the services at Pine : Raid certificate embrace the following
Mildred McDavid, Ida Mae Hardee Mr. and Mra. J. Q. Rosier are Monday of the new $20,000 : The people have heard"so many devcrlbed oJnFI the motion 28 of; ICouth".t Northeast, .111"rt.r J

Level Sunday night. Lea Retta Jeffords Mildred Mor- announcing the birth of a daughterborn plant of the ;High Springs Peanut law-makers make promises to aid County of Bradford, State Northeast: quarter of H."tloll..nll"ler" .
There will be a Christmas tree Willie Mae Plant. was an- ida, to-wit: and Northwest 8J'
Vera Galney December 14. Shelling Company quarter of
ian such
schools it 1* possible that tlon i 54
and at Pine Level Church the Houth-Eant Quarter 'of North- mouth half
program Summers and Leola Roberts.HuzenSowellM Clarice Rosier spent Wednesdaywith nounced her by G. W. Morrow,, promises In the future will receive ICaHt Quarter Except 6 acre In half of "J" of Soon

In Rising section Tuesday night, Melba Stringfellow at the manager of the plant. The plant North-Went Corner A North srsrs RsaA'Siarr ,
but a Bronx cheer reception .
given for the Adult Educational none Half of South-Bait Quarter,

classes under the direction of Miss State Farm. will, employ from forty to fifty : from them.-Sarasota Herald.. rt'"J: na.Ef't: : ';.::raIJlnoultr5 aO East, conlalnlnl 2110'
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sowells announce Opal and Rodger Peele spentSunday persons when operating under full more or lee,.
Sara Haynes. Everyone Is acre more or le*.. with the appurtenance
Hope the marriage of their afternoon with Louise and capacity schedule Morrow stated. mild ,,
Invited KNOW YOUR JOB I The a. .. sment of the raid property to b m..d. pursuant to wild l'c,
come. daughter Cleone. to Vasco V. Ha- Clarice Rosier. The mill has been In part time operation under the Raid certificate 1..- to natlsfy the name. nn.l I-OKU
4> "To fall In love with your Job sued was In the name of Mr.. S. B. ft.'] K. FERRYMAN.
E. M. and already -
and Mrs. since last
of Mr. Friday
zen, son A. Special
Among the fruit trees which and get the most from It. advises Ma"'er 'In (mane1 <-
Hazen. The ceremony was per BETHEL several shipments of cleaned said certificate shall tie re t-19-lIt.U.n.
In Ethiopia are the fig orange "there Is a simple recipe -
grow Ray Giles deemed according 1 law the
been ,
formed in Gainesville. Thursday Mrs. Ralph Galney, CorrespondentW. and shelled peanuts have prop-
lime, pomegranate, peach, : Get acquainted with III! Explore tjrty described therein I will be Hold lII""TRR'SIFI

apricot and banana. December 12. of Raiford pent L. Siioxand family of made. .-- it.. No job is so dull but thatit to houee the door hlgheat on bidder the. flrat at Monday/the court-In I der NOTICE and by In virtue hereby of a given Final that n.,'I u,
A. E. McKinney
Interesting as one the month of February, 1936. which of jroreriniiure made,
Starke were visiting R. L. Lee and grows more I and rudi, ,
the week-end here with his family. the surface. No workIs I lit the'ird day of February, 19)16.) I by the Honorable H. I.. Svhrl
Mr., and Mrs. W. D. ,Webb and family Sunday. MIAMI BEACH-Thurston, the digs beneath Dated thl* 10th day of December' I J)" ), Mrs. F. R. Coleman and children. his so limited but that devling IntoIt 1935. I 8th Judicial' Clrrult of Florida
I daughter, Betty Jo spent SundayIn magician, has turned greatesttrick possibilities A. J. THOMA3.Clerk and for Bradford County In Chl,
Bobby and Harold, were visiting his will reveal far greater dated f/ !
', Jacksonville.Rev. he has recaptured of Circuit Court I eery JJerember 3. Via In tl
It. Ralph Gainey and family Sunday.L. health. Ten weeks ago he collapsed than appear on the surface. of Bradford County, Florida I pertain cause therein. lately 1'0',
'6 W. C. Crosby and familyof Monitor.. 1I.13-lIt..l0 I 'Ing between Sidney Park a s I'm m
moved E. Lee of Tampa, I, visiting/ left,.. lde paralyzed, leavinghim -Christian tiff and W, B. Pork.. jr A. D..
Rising have recently friends and relatives of this sec unable to>talk or walk. Here MASTER BAE.HNOTICK I J. J. 'bi jeL Stockwell, a* c.
-I. here. We wish them a success In 4TARKE CHURCH DIRECTORY IA hereby given that under I mtrvator Bank of $terkp
1\ II tlon.Mrs. this week,.Howard; Thurston roam- and by virtue of a Final Decree I Corporation mil Rinse and Mr.. 1]
a their new home. Ruby Gllsson. of this sec ed the sands-; sun tanned and care- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH of 'Foreclosure made and rendered lImes, Defendant, the underHlgn
Waters of i"v the Honorable A. Z. Adkln, who wa.. therein appointed .an K,
Miss Edna Marlon tion, was visiting her sister, Mra. free. "I walked three mile yes Rev. C. B Price' Pastor .Indge of the Circuit Court of the I cia Master In Chancery to tee

'1\ Alachua was visiting friends here Hardy Williams, of Starke Sunday. terday with Paula" (his wife), said Sunday School, 10 'o'clock a., m, Srh Judicial Circuit of Florida. In I the name, will on Monday the i
;, afternoon. Pete Griffin of this section and for Bind ford County In Chancery day of Jamiarv, A. D mid dun!
,'1 AMeRIcAsGINGER Saturday was Thurston, happily "and she was A.. J. Thoma Supt. dated December 2nd In I the legal. hour of sale, before
Mrs. A. E. McKlnney and son, a visitor to Lawtey Monday. more tired than I when we finish Morning Worship. 11 a. m., that certain cause h {nUfl.. I South door of the :i pending between The Federal Land Starke Florida. sell to the .
Everette motored 'to Raiford Sunday There is going to be a Christmastree I ed." Next'' March, in Charleston B. Y. P. U. 6:45: p. m. flank of Columbia Plaintiff and J. I and belt bidder for .cash the f

;:) at Bethel church ChristmasEve W. Va., where he was stricken the Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. K Underbill and wife,Sarah Under I lowing; described land, situate.I I
The School bill, ,et al. Defendants the undersigned I Ing and being In Bradford C'ouni
I i ALE Mrs. H. B.. Crosby and Mr. and night. Sunday veteran mystlfler makes his 'come- S. S Teachers Meeting.: Wednesday who wan therein appointed I Florida. to-wit:

,! Mrs. I... B. Crosby motored to class is going to put on a play. Everybody back' In the'.theatre he played his 6:45: p. m. a* special Master In Chancery to I The 13 H of the SWof\ th<
welconte.. service Wednesday execute the aame will on Monday. I 8BH4 of Section 17, TownshIp
1 Starke.saturday. last performance. Mid-week Prayer the 6th day of January A. 1>. 1U30. South, flange II Bant iimuin

-, 7:3O: p. m.MethOClllI. during the legal houra of Kale, before I Inc 30 acre. more or lexx.
-" GRAHAM MARCUS NORMANThe the' Court Houe door In titarke, with the appurtenaneeH saul sal.
HAMPTON Mr. I.. C. *mlth, Carreapenoeat Florida. soil. to the highest and beet be made pursuant to mild. bnrrix
death angels visited the Church bidder for rash, the following de- oatlufy the name and cost,
: Mian Ada Nlmme.. Corren..o.J... Leon. Nor- Pastor Hiirlbed, land, situate, lying and be- I K.,K. PEIIHYMAV.
Mrs. Ida Jones'and children and home of Mr. and Mrs. Rev. B. M. Montgomery InlIn Bradford
County Florida, to- An Special Master .ii Cliunci.
)I Mrs. G. W. Rhamea and Mrs. G. Claude Hall were shopping in man and took from them their I Sunday School-10 a. m. wit: 12-6- St-1-8 _

". W. Hlnaon, Sr., Misses Ethel Starke Saturday. little two 'and onehalfmontholdson Morning Worship-11 a. In. The WMi of SEVJ, and Weat. One.uuartar -
of of SE .
,j Alta. Rhames and Willie Rivers and J. H-- Sur- December 9 who had for r7:15 m. NEW % Seo.
,.\ Stone George on Epworth League- p. 28, Township I 8 North, Range 21 ALB')

; ro.ups Mae Hinson, were shopping in rency were in Starke Monday, many months suffered from Evening Worship ,7:30 p. m. Ea..t,.containing 90 aorea, moreor Notice, la hereby given that I

4'JIDDIESTOOl Gainesville last Saturday.Rev. Norman Johns of Hellbronn, whooping cough and aerothema.' You are Invited to all these service with I..*H the, appurtenances. Said eale dot nal and decree by of virtue foreclosure of that curtain and or

Cutshaw will preach'at the spent the week-end here with his Down lit God's earthly garden *. to be made pursuant in aald Decreeto of sale made and rendered by

: Baptist Church next Sunday mornIng parents' Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Jghns.Mr. Came an angel one bright day .. satiety the B. K.some PKnKYMAN.and coata. Judge Honorable of the A. Z Eighth AdklnH.Judicial one of t

,;:' 'AUUra Turner and,.family 'left Starke and Mrs. S..1. Prescott and his armVtrare It away.., "Rev.'Oeorg* H. Lowry, Minister n-S-U--3 ford December County, A. dated IX, 1935 the In Srd that day c

t1 this week for Lake Butler, where children of Ziff were visiting Mr. -Written by his Aunt.' '10:00 a. m.-Sabbath School. IV THH CIHCI/'IT rOfJUT OVIinAI tain. cause therein pending wheiB.

.5 they will make their future home. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson Sunday. '. 1J:00 A. M.-Morning Worship; >VORI. > CO.'!VTY.. ...LORII. .- 8. Avant wa. and In Plain
.\\1 ..', IN! CHANCKKY. and Fred C.'Miller and Florence
The Hampton public school Is Mra. G. P. Wadsworth of Hampton CARD OF THANKS rmon by the pastor Minnie Lee Hamilton. :l.r..hl'h.'r; and (other, a

progressing nicely, under the able was In our section Monday., We wish to express our appre- 8:00 p. m.-Young People Vesper VII Plaintiff. Divorce the underpinned: .{ waif,, appointed.and whcr,

management of the principal. Fred Johnson left recently for ciation to' the Elks and l to our other Service. William T.. Hamilton Cane No. 511OHiticn Special Master In Chancery to c

Professor Sponholti and his able Titusvllle where he will haul fruit friends for the beautiful flowers 7:30 p. m._Evening Worship.. .'..._-."....."., cut mild final decree; I that J.
OP PVHLIOATION Special Master In Chancery adnald.
corps of teachers. this season. and kindness shown during the Illness Rosewood Baptist Church It apearlng by affidavit duly filed have levied upon all of th

Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts were and death of our beloved husband In the above entitled cauae that the,I certain land located within Hr
.f-.e.a-. p ---_p--... ,-_,. -sr' "--"-'-.-," Rev. L. G. Hemingway. Pastor place of residence. of defendant Wil- ford County, Florida ,and dimrrllAH
I visiting his mother, Mrs., Roberts, and father.
ServIces every Sunday. Bible liam T. Hamilton 1* unknown and follow tAll
In Lake Butler Sunday. Mr. S., G. Lewis, at 3:30 that he I I. over the age of 21 year of Section 20; all of Seem
SAY Study 10:15: a. m. Services : and that there la no peraon In the SI. all of section 33, .all of Heel
AGAIN WE WILL Vester of Waldo Lilla Fletcher
Youngblood was Mrs. o'clock in afternoon. State of Florida service of subpoena 2H, except HEK of HK'-l,: all at itlon -
visiting here Sunday afternoon. .1. M. Lewis. upon whom herein. would bind de- !34; NEVI of NE'.,: WK
I fondant. It.. Ordered that Bald Northeast. Quarter (V'EH) aNorth'
? Burrency of Tampa visiting CHURCH
Clyde BETHEL BAPTIST William T. Hamilton be and In hereby half (N(4)( of North
relatives here for several CARD OF THANKS Rev. L. A. Donntey Pastor required to appear In thin cause Quarter (NWH of .Suction 25* ;
A MERRY We wish to thank our many first Sunday. on Monday January 8th, 1936 to of Section SI: all of Section It.ept .
II days.Mrs. Services every the bill of omplalnt for divorce Southeast Quarter (SM4)\ )
Leola Roberts of Brooker. friends for their kindness and also Sunday School 2:30 p. m. filed against him In this cauee. It Southeast. Quarter (SK 4I), No
I I. further Ordered that thin Order half (N\i\,) and went hnlf (Wm)
spent the week-end with her mother Dr. Biggs and Dr. Brown for their Bible Study and Prayer Services -
l>e published once each week for Southwest Quarter (SWViBontheant \ ) a
I Mrs. C. Fogg. faithfulness during the illness and every Saturday night. four connecutlve week In Bradford Quarter (S ;'4) (.f Soil

Angus Davis of Louise was la death of our little darling, County Telegraph I.edT y qualifiednewspaper went Quarter (SW'and W
Bradford half (Wfe) of Southeast gnnr
our section Friday.: The Parents First Christian Church, County Florida.Witneim (8EVi: ) and Northeast QiuirNEH

A HAPPY NEW YEARTo Mrs. Aileen Call was In Starke Mr. and Mrs) Leon Norman Rev. W. T. McGulre Pastor my hand aniv tlie Beat of ( ) of Southeast Quarter (fl
p said Court, at Starke Hra Thursday. Grandparents. Bible School, 10 a. m. County, Florida this December 6th hnlf (KH> of Northeant Qual

John Ward and Egbert Broughton Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Norman Communion, 11 a. m. I 935... A. J. THOMAS, S."th..t(NKV) and Quarter KBBt (half SUVj .and(r.'.)al

have returned from Ocala And Family. Christian Endeavor. 1 p. m. Clerk of Circuit Courtof Weet half (W>4) of North1quarter

i Everybody where they have been at work on Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30: Bradford County Florida.' (NFm) lying en". ..t "f "
12-6-Et-l-3 In Seutlon :ao; Northeast. Qun'NEH
the cross-state canal. MISSION HALL p. m. ( ) of Section 33: North

Mrs. Fred Johnson spent the A striking: subject was under Preaching Second Sunday 11 a MASTERS SALB (NM) anil Northeast Quarter (Nil
NOTICE In hereby given that under of BoutheaHt' Quarter (Si:",> j

VAN H. PRIEST CO. week-end with her sister. Mrs. consideration at the weekly Bible m. and 8 p. m. and by virtue of a Final Deere Section 33; East half (1'1 j i-f >" '1

Truby Dyal In Waldo. study on Tuesday evening: "Oxen of Foreclosure mad and renderedby east Quarter. tNUVi) ami Bnuili!

j. Mra. Delmar McKlnzie and Miss and .Asses" and one of the most St. Marks Episcopal Church the Honorable A. Z. Adkln, Quarter (SW%) of Norlhonst QURI Qnter '.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the ( Eh( ) and Hniitheam |]
5c To $1.00 Stores I Cleo McKinzie were visiting rela. beneficial lessons taught at the Service on second, fourth and 8th Judicial Circuit of Florida.. In (ICJlJtI\) Of Noithwent. (lu ''f
I! tlves from the scrip and for Bradford County. In Chancery (NWM and Wet half (WII,,) ]
Friday night. Mission was gotten fifth Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. dated November 29th, IMS, In Northweat Quarter (NW!%)
"THK HOMB OK TOYS AND ,GIFT GOOD8" I Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. J. Mckinney tures used: blah 1:3 Job 1:1: and Litany and choir practice at that certain cause therein lately South half (S'>(,) of Suctlnn 34:
of idle word Is pending' between The Federal Land of Section S(. except WentWM >
are the proud parent! a baby Jer. 22:19. .Not one 7:30: o'clock on Friday nights pre- (HF'
( ,) of Southeast Quarter
lank of Columbia. Plaintiff. and f.U. .
_. I boy, born December 12. used In God''Word but "all scripture Sunday services. North half (N<4> of North
_e.- _- -. -._._.-__. __- ._ .-- --0 ceedlng Prevail et al.. Defendant, the
.( -.-. 1* given by Inspiration of Quarter (NWH) of Section 86,1
In Towniihlp .01South, Range.
God and U profitable for doctrine, NOTICE Eant..

for reproof, for correction, for in- Alan Northeast Quarter .NELl
Southwest (sw\4)\ of
stuctlon In righteousness (right Notice Is hereby given that the following de".lb.d h.nd.. 0" ao much tlon 3. TownshIp Quarter 8. H. ItliCk'.
holiclalf'travel should be thereof a. will be necessary tD pay the amount due for tax.. herein met. East and will on Monday the I
fuIit enjo.q living:); therefore it .. ,with coot of such male and .dvertl..nl\ oM
Ito | 01'1'0..11. to the .am., together .. day of January l5 1$. In front
1' studied. will be sold at public auction on' the 6th dDY of January, .ID31. .t St.rk.. .. Court Hone Door In Starke, F]
i Next week k simple service which the county of Ur.dford., ida, between the legal hour or.off.r r
.1. for sale and *ell the jaw
will emphasize the birth of Christ T.._ the highest and bent bidder for r
will be given at the regular hour: Drn.iptIom II... T, n A. .. Vests' to .aU.f? and pay said, final deC
's.iil fee and 00.1.. .
7:30 Tuesday evening with some 1I'of N'FJ% 4--A---; i'.o 40 Emplre.l.umb.r Co. .."_ PARKS M. CARMICHAEI.An .
Choose a NEW :Siraamlin twenty-five and a cordial 810(, of 8E\4 ....____.. 8 ao Mfl 19mI'll' Lumber roo '_.. 13.39 Special Mauler In Chance
participants NIJI4! of SW" ___-_.__...._U I .0 40 '} oJmpU' Lumber r... ..__ 11.4914.0fo h2I4tlIflORDEIIOPPIIILI'CTI
Invitation Is extended the E' SIt'4 .-- ---- .--.rU 7 .11 80. Empire Lumber Co. ..__ 11.'. -
Florida Motor Lines BUS. public to attend. NW4 A 9.! 5 5
., SW'4 a 8W\4\ of !i.t.2i I to tao Empire Lumber C.a_._ I'.IS KOTICM TO APPKNOTICB .
N SStA I It 80 Emplr.' Lumb.r CD _.. 15.'. to T-
Yen helUaT va.atto. begias frs. 1b. west y... ..... The Philadelphia coo contains (D'-fCWrt-------- a. 80 Bmpirs Lumber Co. _.._ 111,1" B. Calkin I.and herebylven wife JI.r. .'..1'1.

fat the easy msrfoft .! .* norlda MeW UsmT sww. : of sW S S .1 to EmpIre Lumber Co. __...... 11.3 (t'alkln Bill of ('..mpl
of 750 that
; .':,.(. 2.600 speclmenta specie 8E14 of SE\4\ _=::=z I I e 11 40 Empire Lumber Co. ___ ..11' a and '
Mss ....... .
dpa ...aln..t you
aMamllasd basis. baD been filed
,. Hradjna animal They are said to live All ___ -_-_---::-___ S S at 840 Emplro Lumb.r Co. __.... 1".89 Court of "'
twceo frS. <.h. ..*.. .. ..... Toni ekele ol seMte irate ,, than WilL of NW .. SEj/6. of of you In the Circuit In ''hnjl.i .
longer in captivity in this coo 8E% _____..______ S S It tao Lum"'r Co, __ 1t.01 ford County Florida
: _* low tens mak It po.slV. f es yea *. fatty esSay T""" ,1'! 04 .. 'Emplr. i In that certain Cause entitled IFederal
In other BOO.Tuberculosis Wli of 1'1'1'1'" N '''
any of (
hoUdar travels cota lees taaia drivfaae e Land Bank
11-A NW'1ot! of aW E"it% ofNEV of Plaintiff. veru. Perley 8. ('a""*.

Lowest Christmas and Hew Year's F.rc ( Is a community dis SE% of NW\4 5". DrN al.and. Defendant wife Mr..Parley to foreclose S. Calkin a lt

.,v on* aim OIlS .'IID. ..:' 1.3 I ease., Christmas Seals help pro- .f 8 NE.A of ES4,.___of, .NW\4...__ _10 I Ii :It Frank ,r. Thom.. ___' 11.10 gage covering' ; the fllOWi1Cocribed lying': |and! .
,t war TU WAT TPIP ? :p .. land, altuate.
tect you and your family against N'4 .f NWI4 NW\4 ofSEI4 JJradford. to l
of NW\4 ...____ _.10 I 11 10 E. E. Norman ..___._ a..11 Ins; In the County of
pJeekesavilie ..... .80 1.43 Tampa ..._._ :J.6O 4.10 I 1> i It. 1414 of 5E4 W\4\ -of' _. of Florida to-wlt: I

Ocala ..?____. 1.00 1JIO Orlando ___.. tAG ...70GftUMwvUlo .s4 41 # i.1W 14.. --___._. _J__10 S at lAo Empire Lumb.r- Co.. _1'.01 Northeast quarter of N"'tnyj
TRAIN SCHEDULE: st 01 8W14- NWI4 .___..14 S II 10 Lest.r Crosby ,___ 1.10 r :quarter Section : .
Miami .____-, 5.e 10.10 _.. .50 M FHfo al fCE'4 .f N101423' S. 11 10 Unknown .._.._______ lI.n Township Six (6) .. 0'J5t J*
W. Palm B'eh.S. 10.10 St.' Pet raburg '.03 .SUM J. Our: schedule'.changes Sunday. Ln' It Ottll Sub Div East .. Twenty-two ( .) c"
.. .. the Tallahassee Meridian
Unknown _._......_ Ill
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Atlanta ____.5.60 1O.10 Lake Wale ..... ..M 5JJO,| .. December 8,' 1935 and trains will t.a.t.'l\ 8W\4 of 88114_...... .S It lit Unknown .____ _______..;__ an taming .forty "", acres'. "" '
Cincinnati11.53 Z040 fellow's NEli ot BW'4 .-__'__.... .I. S II .0 Mr. ....110.. Itugbes. _._ 111." or, lea. .
run a* :,
New York ...._19J8O 20.13 ....b of
Louisville __._10.60 18.90 f'o Com at Nm eor of NP.14 ,. '", I Th.retoe: ou and
Soun inbound ot SW\4 a run W 570 are h..r. Yqulr.d
Orlrwt8.10 14.80 Philadelphia .-IS.83 S&20 '. \ named In this Notice
New eah
: No .1-Due Starke 11:31: P. M. It for a pt 01 beg. .. CD Appear .0 the
t".ne. S 110 It to Highway of fIled alll'aln"13
No. 15-Due Stark 4:08 P. JoL thence W .50 It to ,on Complaint the Ith day.0 of .Januar.

UNION BUS TERMINAL ;g- No.. 107-Du* Starke 9:11: A. M. Qr S.o lIne Ian.thence N 1.1 ( ,, : the Court Houce la St&jut'h Con yin,
rt to land .b.eo B, I'". ) '" : .Ih.rwl. a Decree pro
Mrs. 1:. H. Smith. Agent No. 1.1..Due" Starke 10:25: P. :M. to beg-.S.5l: A II I 22 a Wilbur. ,Holtgendorf..";... .eu: will bo .nt..d .lralnHt you .001
Lbt&'Fl' appear.
w toe ft of
Northbound \ you for failure tO 'N'
SMITH'S 73tftofLot4in8Ecor 1$ ORDERED. that
...._ IHWJIOIIIiiMOTORIII No. '2-ue'Starke 5:22: A.M. of NE 14 of NEI4-1 ASS S. IS 11 Mamie Johns _' ._ __ 35,54 be published once a wuk for"
No. 1 -;.Due Starke 12:40 P. M. w P'A it of Lot : & all consecutive weeka. In the Dr"
on S aide NE% .
No. 108--DuIt, Starke 0:15 P. M. ot NE'%-.; A--------C U I V..I. ..Joh" _______ 11." County log :general Telegraph.circuintieo a I j: Bra'tCoenty.

,Starke' and Wanne Branch Lot C el NEll 01 NEi439, S II 1 Mamie Johns _..____ 1.11I riorida.

No 101-Leave* Stark TOO: A. M Lot.N01 u.8.11I14 14. 33.__U.-1.If Dlk: ,, 'I: 'II '0 Unknown ___. ..- '''71 This .A.day.7.of THOMAS December. A.'p.

No. 103-Arrive. Stark 1OO P.M. ,,40, lIampto". Park ":,:..$l.35., 7' '12 I Mae' Ha)'.. _.._ { IU Clerk CircuIt'Count iourt0fprdtord !. rIo

tA T,,J. GRIFFIN._ .. .p: A.. KJ4IOHTr TP.5: 'CeUeotor,of Dr'ford, .-!", ............ .t..r-r..


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Bradford County High School Journal

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-EDITORIALS-" Meet The Seniors SCHOOL DAYS J.< By DWIG Teachers Meet Basketball Games Jfj

In Starke Friday Postponed Friday
Last week, remember; ; we met
e=" Best Interest of Luclan Alvarez and Marjorie Mar- The Bradford County Teacher's Because'! of bad weather the
!)J evult'd to tile wick our basketball star. This ., ,, ... Association met here hut Friday games between the teams of Brad
IHOH SCHOOL week you will meet our ladles'-, : ford and Sanderson high schools
jBADFOKD man Mr. James Hollingsworth afternoon at 3 p. m No school that were to be played here last

tII, Patron, *nd Alumna and Mlsa Ruth TomUnson popular was held in the county Friday I Friday were cancelled.

-- senior girl. afternon because of this meeting. Our next games will\ be played

EDITOKIAI.:- STAFF James was born February seventh Delegates were elected to the here with Alachua, on January 14,

4itor-ln-Cblef--- A,W. Aader. 1015. state meeting which 1* to be held 1936. +
Jr.ety James born here in old ----
son. was good 3.Jra.. Kin-
in Orlando January
; Editor!: _Dorothy White Starke. In 1926 he lived a year at Walnwrlght lUr. Benson Interesting Notes
Lake and in 1930 he cald Mrs.
Mamlck Klngsley -
Editor!: and Mrs. Klnard, and Mr*.
Literary Editor______..Hugh Walters started working In his dairy."Holltngsworth'a Mr. the six elected. Our principal. Mr. Cray, bu
11iI' Editor __.Alice Royester Dairy" is a Futch were moved from Keystone Hleght

Utorlal Editor!: -_,..Marte.: Thede household word in this county you Supt. Grlffla made an announce Mr. J. II. Benson spoke to the
nature Editor'____..-.____ know." ment asking the teachers to please combined Townaend Club of Du-
flunentary --,Eunice Williams; James likes girls and work anddoesn't get to school on time as it is a val County in, the Duval Armory
--- teachers
-- fact that some ot our
for and bates
care sports last Friday afternoon. There were
school. His bad habit is staying have been.tardy-several time* 1500 people present.
BOfOIITd FOR THE WEEK up and out late. lately.
and most
: Exams are over now
The whole world respects a good He intends to become a big business The meeting then adjourned to of us feel very gay and "Christ
man. James has a motto: sectional meetings: The teachers "
la a state of mind open 'Never call a man a fool until he of English met together to work massy.
concerning their Katie;: Fugate made 61 words per
has proved himself one out problems
to>everybody.We Ruth Anne Tomlinson was born subject, all science teachers"met minute In typing exam last Mon
often do good to .solve our day. This is the highest grade
in Lake Butler (a town not a etc.
onsclences. -- cv.v made In a typing exam la
( lake) on January 1, 1917. She was
feeds jealousy. Cer- Bradford High School.
Suspicion a new year's gift you see. Jokes
''ttinty! starve It. At an early age she moved to This Is the' last Issue of the B.H. .

The world belongs to the energetic. New River and began coming to I Hugh! "I suppose-you think I'ma S. Journal until Friday Jan
school at Starke. uary 10 1936.
want save while you Ruth and Dot White are great perfect The eighth grade has 23: new
For age and pals. I' A. W.; "None of us perfect budgets.

No may morning; sun lasts all the day. Ruth likes reading good things First Lawyer: "Y u',. & lowdown Dorothy Rlgdon made the high
Plough deep while sluggards \to eat, and the movies. She dislikes cheat" est average in English II, Section ?\
shall have corn to conceited people, garlic and I B.
deep, and you I Second Lawyer: "You're a big 1'J
and keep. spinach. "
off until tomorrow Ruth says that among her bad
Never put Judge: "Now that the attorneys
habits are those of self-conscious-
do today
;whit you can have identified each other we
with a fellow'sfill. neaa and seriousness. ; Poisons
Success begins t&tcfaey
t Ruth's ambition is to become a shall proceed with the case. :
-.... .
Truth never was Indebted to a :court And reporter.ao ends 1935--, Have our "This la the gut of Heaven," P\O you tuffar burning: tcanty .tU' \

Be. ,little sketches interested T Too read tho algu: over the church yard loo haquant urination/ backache, I
Of all fire victims, 65 per cent you I in front of a church which headache, dlixinara. 1 Ion of 'r>'uv. "iI.
8M killed in their homes. dull? Too foolish? We hope not. I II .... gate restored, while b low. In IO palm, twalllnqi and pufflnaatundar ,it
The quarter-dollar was first Perhaps we will continue next semester was "Go the ayai? Are you Head n rvcm > ,i:,
if we have enough requests. tU(1"tIe. largo letters, was a notice: ,faal all ami don't
coined In 1916., i E NA1i \ ...-- around the other way" unstrung f.
1 Thanking you for your time1'and know what It ,,"onIl1_ ..IfTh.n
UBUAKY CLOSED attention, we remain. glv. 10"" tho.1 '
closed and Yours 'til later, Katie: "Walter these are very I The library was Floptoh and Foolish. Christmas Exalted HONOR: ROLL Hinall oysters." Iv ''or ''u..ctlOMllddnev _
checked last Thursday and Friday a> Walter: '"Yea, mam." milt..c..'w..aq May In the 10'V'I/ -'V'I
and was! reopened Monday so pupils In Chapel Program and to polton and npiat !
could check out books for the Book Club Meets First Grade: I. J. Carlton Jim Katie: "Anil they don't look tyatem.UM.

Christmas holidays. Quite a few Frank Jordan, Willie O'Neal Mil very fre h.'' De .'.fill..DM***an if.
look advantage of this. The library Thurs. Afternoon A very interesting Christmas dred Edwards, Doris Grlffla Beatrice Walter) "Then It'* lucky they kUnayi only.Th.v.re rcoinmnrfa4
will still warmly welcome -- program was presented by the Howard, Mary Mercereau, are small ain't It Ma'rnT" the world over. You can get lite oan I '
or books contrib The Book Club held its regular fifth grade and the sixth grade in Jacqueline Young Ray Drlskell, ulna,tlma-tartad. Doan'i. at any alragjDOANS
magazines ---
uted.any meeting Thursday afternoon, December chapel last Friday. It was an exact William Andrews, Lois Thomas, PERSONAL: Lawyer will read .... r{

11. repetition of the elementary Shirley Ann Noegel Joyce Moors, will tomorrow at rettldence of ..... f
PICTURES ARE TAKEN The first part of the meeting chapel last Thursday hence this Mary Lou Yathorough, Maurice ...... who died June 19 to accommodate PILLS .
-' was taken up by discussing Christ article covers both programs. Sdwards Bobby Dyal, Leon EHngton. his relatives.Teameck

Everyone In school had his picture mas stories and poems. The meet- Professor Gray read the story William Parker Emma Al- paper. ,'I;
taken last Friday the 13th I Ing was then turned into an enjoyable of Christmas from the Bible and lent Carrie Bell Mavis Thomas t1J'
by Mr. Hearst professional photographer. sociable and refreshments everyone repeated the Flag Salute Louise Edwards Velma Conner, .'1; .1,.
were served. I and the Lord's Prayer. Johnnie Battler. E.: Z. Lee Robert FUNERAL DIRECTOR :'

.' The pictures will' be group pictures The next meeting wil be held The first number on the 'program Johns. Horace Dyal. i'*
and will sell at the price of Wednesday January 8, 1933. was a reading by Wllla :Mae My Many Vrar Experience Make* It Possible for Ma to Rendrr

Keen entitled "Expecting Santa." EFFICIENT, rilOMIT *nd COURTEOUS. SERVICE.
Uir* for 10c.- Home room teachers Second Grade yCioltdge Gassett,
..will have charge of ahe sales. A map made by Christopher Columbus Tht feature number was next, a Elbert Erie Thornton Ida Ruth Prot.ot YOUaHo....* ..., MODERATE: PRICES 't

Students'will not be required to in 1480 was exhibited at two-act pantomlne "The First Aldrldge Colletto Green ,Wilma trout" Tubcroulosli gtark Florida ;4'
buy pictures,unless they wish to the World Congress in Paris in Christmas." The scene of the"first Hardenbrook, Marvin Montgomery BUT DeWITT C. JONES I Iit.

do ao. 1932. act was the shepherds out in the Billy Overstreet Wesley Shu-
plains. Unseen voices sang ana ler.- Hazel Fields, Esther Qrlffls, CHRISTMAS SEALS '\

I suddenly an angel appears and Merry Beth Knight. Margarettlontelth. -
gives tiding of the birth of Jesus Wanda Pearce. Ida Lee I
In Bethlehem. Mary is holding the Sllcox Mary Alice Yarborough,
For Expert RepairingSmith's child and her husband stands beside Alvin Crews, Leon Gray Jr., Gerald

her. Unseen voices sing. The Grlffla, Marlon Manning, Donald
shepherds enter and fall down in Norman A. J. Strickland, W.
worship. The wise men come, B. McKlnney Bernice Cooper I

Garage bearing costly gifts while the angel Agnes Lewis, Evelyn Newsome
stands at one side and tells the Addle Tyler.
story which Is being enacted'. This -
play was very well given and very
Third Grader Ray Bell Bern
Phone 120 touching. It Is a credit to the
ard Jordan, King Thomas Cohen
grades which presented It. Warren Eva Todd. Bobby Blgga, onrn Na.I orra Ma.4aulkar

Wrecker Service Day or Night Between the two acts of the Carl Grumpier,1 Mack Futch Bryan "_....,,.farm*?, I i'*t rea AU.OJQ.Y non *Xorlaulhufal.1 y*

play Elouise Bullock recited" a Harrell, Lyle Anderson. Berta ;::::..1 ; Caimtty Hoaw,1 T* *
._ poem, "Signs of Christmas Lee Geoge Oleeta Green Barbara Country r trm J.......T"Tha I T.. $1-80 Tin Fans lauraaL 1 oJURtTHM
Next, Alberta Woodard rendered Keen Roberta WBltfield.., AND TIllS MCWSPArCBr '
FUNERAL HOME "Blessed Christmas Tree," a very .f OaaTaat Fat OaaTaarCounbyBa

BOREE I pretty poem; and Donald Bagwell Fourth Grade'Lora: Belle Sum
FuU line of Casket & Undertaker Supplies !amused the audience with "Christ mer, Murlll Smith Ellen Mercer
AMBULANCE SERVICE massy Atmosphere." eau, Eloiae Bullock Monteen Warren OFFER NO-/ MeCALL'STHIS

DAY AND NIGHT In conclusion the two classes Donald Bagwell, Joe English,
53 PHONE 53 blended their many voices in "The Ethel Mae Coleman Jessie Mae

O. H. BENNETT, Mgr. I Santa Claud Express," a lively and Slade Ovelda Thomas, Betty Dur- ,: NEWSPAPER
"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" colorful Christmas song. ling, John Klnlaw Keeffeo Pitts,
Marie Thede furnished the piano Olin White, Jr.. Edgar Wilkinson, for 1 year and

accompaniment for the hymns In Mary Jo Caldwell, Marjorie Davis,

the play and the above song. ,Frances Grlffls. Willie May Key 3'Big Magazines ,:
Powell, Kathleen Stockwell, THIS NEWSPAPER
.:Mr. Gray made several announcements. ,Ruth
Foremost among Margaret Strlngfellow Alberta I II
for full 9
them was the one stating that we Woodard, Fay Yar rough. on* yean

Announcement would this Christmas.have a two week's holiday Fifth Grade-: Joe-Andrews, Jr., I And 4 Big Magazines ;

George Flynn Jr., Richard Jackson e.

Christmas Hogan Smith Jr., Sara Bare 1 Msgtiln*from Group A J 3 Msgsslnc*from Croup B I'4 ia_ll

'. foot, Nina Bishop, Gloria Buford
Ida Lulu Davis, Carolyn Green .
Christmas Is a time in the year Violet Johnson,' Dorothy Lea ,
j Cold Storage when everybody IIhould'be happy Johns, Patsy Keen, Katherine Kin- S.I.ct. Any 3 Magazine*
We have the most, modern happy. t ........ ..,...
and most people are law, Verlena Philips, Barbara From This List 1.1...0. ft.............
First let us find out why we celebrate Julia Frances Stewart. eM'" :-.....,. ,,,
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Florida Snow .
and Meat Curing Plant in Central Christmas and why it Is so ..:.-:.:-' "T.._... I,JB..,.,,,.,", 6 0-_. _I y-Y- "....... .. ... D'1-' !!... .. "".""'". J1.I J1.- ,\
Important In our present day life. Frank Crewti, K. C. ........ __ ..- .. r1IJo"--'
Sixth Grade: l I C. al. ''lell. ...... 2, ,--... J...
'; with a modern smoke House in Christmas la the Birthday of Jesus Bagwell, Lester McMillan LeruaPhlpps FI.u..1I"'d__ 0._........._ _I y- :.It...,....u.on) l :::--.':"i... 1.... : '.,
Savior. He came here on Bennette, ......... .. ....". J.. .
our Carrie Belle! r._ -. (low ) y- ..c.II" ... ...-.. H.... . 't'11NcoC.
Him we might .... ..._ -1 y- 0 .. ".... J". '.\
earth that through Green, Shirley ,M"r5au. MfI. ..... II.. < .J -i iIf.
Dorothy ; : 2'" ,., io .J. ,
...... CI y- .c ..,) ,
be saved. Bertlce Sllcox. Jean Shumaa Kno ........ I ,- B.... ( .... If.. (
NO .INCREASE'IN, PRICES Well how does the giving ol Hayes Othma Haynes Jr., Joe Allen a.:. ,.) '-'. =) : : 70" ."....,=.. : '- : l: t';
do with .--- ....- 1 ..' .. "'
presents have anything to Lander, Darrah Johns, BUM .......... (_Idd Y- '" 70" __ .iJr. J" I.
....... ,... ...\\18 . 'i' "
? Geraldine 18ft "" .
Christmas Marwlck Thelma Ricks, _' ... . ::-.111.,. J,. .'
Well Christ gave His only Begotten Sllcox, Selma Thornton. ._.... ...r... Y,..., tr--....- .>. :. .'"""' ...,.... J,. 'r'
; We Specialize In Sugar Cured Meats Son to a lost and dying = : ;: r.d"...... : I". ..........,..." ..;.,: '''' o<
world thus we give presents to our ,_ '_" ,... ... .. ,. 2... eo::: ","''n. : ::: I.:'
Exchanges .. -.rd \
one's to .. __ ..1f ,- "' ,, ,
and love ... "II" TI.-- 0
relatives w. .
j WE' INVITE YOUR INSPECTIONGAINESVILLE friends .N01' ... 1M /."_1 ftMml H ....."! t&' : 2... .:;:,-:;.::!'! : : ::: ;,'
make tt1:: Hoppy have the can do without: These. ., 1'... ,...., I ,... ...". QooI, .- C...-,.-- n..1IJo.... oJ.. ''
The way that you may Things we ..,......... ..,._c!.
happiest Christmas is to see how girls with all the war paint on.-
""" ,>
\ can really make The Frond (Palm Beach H. S.) AIa_ QId,1
people you
many ,
ICE & happy and then you will be one of U-- ;.::. ;.f.fw '
who spend Chrlst- Prlchard Talks. On Ships Canal 1I'ioMtI Cal..... "
the many GEWTtEMEMi I Cnctoe plaaaa Saad Ma ::1 / \
.ma.....>. .in.. th__. moat_____ orofliable way._ --Headline In Fla. Alligator. Mygoodness '
r'U OHat Wo. 1 Otfat Mo. 2 Otfat No. 3 Olfar No. 4 f
Now since we get two weeks oft what was he In, a boat? 0 Q Q O :
the students 1 ant cbacldao th* nagaalna* daaliad with year** aubaerlp. ;, ,
COLD STORAGE CO. for Christmas will not we forget hope themselves Wild Hurricane- Whirl Toward 'Moo to y_ ....... :;J'
: :.headline in Daily .
and eat too much, not hurt any Florida Coest- 't"
body in any way and try to keep Trojan .U. of, 8. Calif., paper. "- '
,> hurt. That doesn't worry us Florldlan N'f.
... U GEORGE MOB. from getting lurrlcane Tamer Street ..F."" 'i'
a :
St. -- Wtfr* regular f r .
Phone .
1067 Creature which can se*> in the .
dark have no special sens, of Iced tea' I* colder than the Ice Taw. and Stota .' ':

: ..Gainesville Florida sight wide enough Their to eyes admit merely more'light open used of a to solute cool lower it. since it the* addition freezing . . .. . ..... .''r.11:.

... than do those of human being pout. "


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,i Birthday Tea, Starke Girls SangIn Woodman Circle ,Notice, W, M.'S. Christmas Appetizing MentvFor Your Mrs. K. G. Duncan Honors Shirley Montgomery Ha

Honoring Mrs. Long Vesper Service Notice to Woodman Circle members Party. Christmas Dinner. Lake Butler BrideElectMr. Lovely. Birthday Party

Monday being; Mrs. F. H. Longs I, Christmas vespers were given at -Please have your monthly A,Christmas party was given-to The following menu is preparedby and Mrs. K. Q. Duncan en- Shirley Montgomery,
3 Florida State College for Women dues turned In to the secretary by the members of,the Woman's Missionary the Telegraph to aid the busy tertained In their 'home Tuesday old daughter of the Rev.five-year
daugh- Sunday afternoon by the college the 30th as all reports must be in Society of the Methodist housewife in planning her Christ- B. M. Montgomery, and Mars
wlth five tables of bunco
ter-in-law Mrs T. T. Long, enter- by the mist of each month. I would: night; was giVen
glee club and chorus composed of Church by Mrs. W. E. Middleton, mas dinner: Mr. Duncan's sister Miss lovely birthday party It
talned with a five o'clock: tea In appreciate It if you will help me by her parents .
107 young women from all parts of, retiring president, and Mrs. B. M. I Carolyn Duncan of Lake Butler, on Thursday afternoon
honor of the occasion. The guests the state. Miss Etta Robertson is to comply with the new rules list Montgomery, pastor's. wife, on Cream of Pea Soup December brideelect.A last week. or
ed in the December TidIngs -
were Mrs. Long's brothers, sisters, director. Tuesday afternoon, at the homeof II of red and The living room
18. profusion
]Miss Miss on page Dr. and :Mrs. W E. Middleton. Roast turkey with dressing green with decorated
children and other members of the : Myrna Frisk, Evelyn Christmas foliage was arranged the Cbrlstmas colors of
family, who each brought.beautiful and Miss Marjorie Stump were night. A Christmas dinner is plan. Poinsetliae'reIl.xoses; and Christmas Creamed carrots artistically in the rooms where tables and green, and a lighted tree red
and useful sultable'to the among' those singing in the glee ned at the college dining: hall Wed greens''"were used.as decorations Scalloped egg plant"Cranberry were placed for bunco. On dreno the festive spirit of the add..
gifts club vespers program.The nesday night, to be followed by the in' the living and dining Sauce the center of the dining table were: The charming little ho sis,
occasion. Sunday program is one of annual Christmas party for the room, where the large number of Creamed potatoes shrimp salad placed red candles in silver can- received her guellt and their
C The living room and a number of events planned at the seniors who later will sing carols guests were seated. A brilliantly hot rolls delabra, which burned during the gifts with gracious smiles many
were gaily decorated with Christ-I I'college during the Christmas sea to older residents of Tallahassee. lighted tree, surmounted by a III evening. Red and green mints thanks and the children and
and The orchestra, directed Church large star, was placed in one cor- Ambrosia Orange Cake'Coffee to
n mae greens poinsettias son. college groups are planning pageants were placed on the tables.. play merry games until refresh.
time passed happily at this family I by Walter Ruel Cowls, and parties for the Yule ner of the living room and under ments were served.
1 gathering gave its fall concert Thursday season, also. the tree was arranged a profusion Fruit CakeTha I When the. scores were added The
Miss Natalie Jones received as dining table was centered bvi
u___n _- following recipes. are taken__. high prize for ladies a a birthday cake, on'which-
__ _._ ..... J" _._._ .... .....,_.-._ ----------- from-the menu: --- .n Coty's bath salts, and packageof Harold five small candles, and the burned children

Orange Cake Priester, holder of high score for were served with Ice cream
iR 6 eggs men.. received a William's shaving and cake, the favors being sticks
hipSt 1 cup sugar set. Miss Duncan, the hon&ree, of pepermint candy tied with a
1 cup plain flour was presented a lovely piece of bow of red ribbon.
1-4 cup orange Juice maderia linen by the hostess as a Misses Kate Struth and Geral-l
w I LD OF GIFTS Separate eggs, beat yolks until I memento of the occasion. dine Silcox asalted Mrs. Mont.
; n creamy, add sugar, mix well then' Those invited to attend with gomery in entertaining the fifteen '
add orange Juice and flour, alternate Miss Duncan were: Mr. and Mrs. guests.
In adding flour and orange Clifton Howell, Mr. and Mrs. *
Ladies If'He's "Choosy* juice a little of each at a time. James Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. The Sahara desert is moving
'GIFT Beat well and told in the stiffly Amos Howard Mr. and Mrs. Sala- south about one mile every two
beaten whites. Do( not beat after din Raulerson, Misses Natalie years.
PAJAMAS'G. ShirtsYou whites of eggs are added. Bakein Jones, Irene Spires, Estell Spires, lien
IVe and angel food pan in slow oven Emily Bowen, Mildred McCall, and dy Prissier and
..r HOSE pe about 45 minutes Turn upside Hal Maine, Dewitt Brannon, Gra- Fernie Spires, all of Lake Butler
down for about 20 minutes before -
r, Balbrigham removing from pan.

Rayon Icing for Orange Cake
2 cups powdered sugar MERRY CHRISTMASTo
2 tablespoons melted butterA
49cto little grated orange rind and
s'' enough orange Juice to make it help make your Christmas dinner a success, your A&P
5, smooth and spread easy. Food Store otters a large array of the seasons finest foods Since
Mrs. E. E. Burney.- 1859: we have.ben catering to Christmas appetites, and we think
Scalloped Egg Plant we have learned to do it better through the years. We are proud
t 98c 1 I 1 medium egg plant that we have helped to place many foods, fonnerlyth luxuries of
I II I 12 saltine crackers that we have halped to place many foods, formerly luxuries of
I 1 small can of cream and enough Here's joy to you and allot you on Christmas Dayl!
.,, 'It BEDROOMSLIPPERS i water to make 2 cups. or 2 cups of
f rich milk. *
J i 1 tablespoon butter or crlsco DROMEDARY ANN PAGE

r A VARIETY OF \ 3 Pepper eggs and salt to' taste CRANBERRY PURE

i,' STYLES N / PInch sugar cit:: APPLESAUCE
Peel and slice eggplant, cover SAUCE
69c ,I with Just enough hot Water to keep
from sticking, salt to taste, boll 13
/ minutes or until tender. Mash 17-oz. can 8 No. 2 Cans
to then crumble
;t with potato'masher
crackers!, add eggs unbeaten, salt 15c 25c
1.45 and pepper, butter and beat until HERlICANOMYRULlS
1 ; : well mixed., Grease caaerole with
butter or crlaco, pour egg plant GRANDMOTHER'S DELICIOUS 1-Ib. 2-lb. 5lb.
r, mixture In and bake until done,
L'', BATH MATS I, about 25 minutes. Serve immediately. FRUITCAKE 39c 75c $1.75
+ can't go wrong on these beauties of ours. .
59cto98c They're Sure to Make a Hit With Him. They This serves six people. -

Are the VERY LATEST in NOFADE98ctol.95 Mrs.. Everette E. Burney, MARY-ANN OLD FASHION

( Lawtey, Fla. MEAL 5 Lbs. lOc
''J .
; W. M. U. Business.And -

.. -..'. '. H i "i. 1oo'W; Program! Meeting t ,WINNER ROCK GROUNDGRITS :, '

l .. 'N :'Fade' ':Pajamas ___'98c3to"l.9S_ '. The' Woman's Missionary Union 5 Lbs. 13c
of the Baptist Church held its
Men's Ties that are KO's 49c to 95c, regular monthly business and pro- -
". meeting and the annual A&P'FANCY WHITE CROSBY
.: ', Hanes Shorts all colors 35c, 3 for $J.Men's J., gram election of officers Monday after- CORN 2 No. 2 Cans 25c

'. Overalls, Best Yet _____ 98c noon The at meeting the church.was opened witha RAJAH *

., / Overalls 79-89c song "Joy to the World.The SALAD DRESSING Pint Jar 19c
c : Boys _*:,_-_____._ devotional was led by Mrs. A. M.

.' Boys Coveralls ________...59 -89c Darby, the topic for the Bible QUEEN ANNEMINCEMEAT lOc
study was "In a Manger and His Pkg.

Sheer : Boys Pants, long ______1251.59 Name Immanuel." Mrs. W. J. Ep A&P FANCY

k Men & Boys Hats _____98c to 5.00Mens person The program led the group was in in prayer.charge of PUMPKIN No. 22 Can '12c
And Clear
; Circle Number Mrs..W. B.
Caps _______' __ 29c to 98c Alexander, leader.Three. Mrs. R. L: COCOA lona 1 Ib. Can lacr.
Pick Your Price i
Kemp, co-leader had charge of the
+ All Popular Shades I 1 t program and she was assisted by SULTANA BRAND HEINZ:
Mrs. E. W. Hayes and Mrs. B. M. JPKANUTBUTTER
49c 59c 79cy
Fussell. Mrs.! Kemp read a letter *
y SHOES from Miss Glass, a Missionary, SOUPS

95c1.25; in'China.. -
The business meeting followed Except Clam Chowder
:i : FRIENDLY FIVES FOR MEN with reports from'" officers and 19-n 15c. Jar'' 21-OE 19c Jar 2 For 25c
committees. The Christmas box
tip., has been sent to the Orphan girl in
Arcadia and it was valued at ten AAP Tub or Print
5.00SIENTIFFICKS York Imperial Fancy
.r dollars. An announcement was APPLES 6 Ibs. 25c BUTTER Lb. 39c
'lt made of the Executive Board meet
ing to be held on January 3.
FOR LADIES The officers for the coming year Fancy Firm Head Oleomargarine
were elected as follows: Lettuce, 2 for 15c NUTLEY Lb. 17c
President-Mrs. A. M.. Darby.
: '. '3.95to4.95 'First V.-Prea.-Mrs. R.' L. Kemp Fancy Delicious Try the NewNUCOA

; Brownlee.Second V.-Pres. Mrs. J. M. APPLES 2 Ibs. 15c, Lb. 20c

r: LADIES 'FULL & COMPLETE Recording Secretary-Mrs. J. H. Fresh Whole
+' AND CHILDRENS Lord.Corresponding. COCONUTS ea..5c Lb. 21c
BLOOMERS J. E. Wilson.
Snuff and Warm PRICED H man

For Snappy Days19cto60c FOR x, Circle Leaden PEARS I
Circle Number One-Mrs. L. O.
Powell. :2 Zl-om. Jars NO. CAN
Alexander.. .Circle Number,Two.-Mrs. W,B. 25c 15c

Young Matrons Circle-Mrs. E.

L. ,BlggS. OLD DUTCH Cleanser 3 cans 20c

of gifts, each bearing: a number WESSON OIL Pt. Can 22c; Qt. Can 43c
corresponding with the number
given each guest. PINEAPPLE JUICE 2 No. 1 Cans 15c
Mrs. Montgomery Mrs. Middle-
ton and Mrs. Carrie Ritch receivedat SWISS HEALTH FOOD DRINK
the door and Mrs. Montgomery OVALTINE Can 31c
presided over several games and
contests. In a' guessing contest, AP' FANCY TINY
v P.# Mr. A Woo an*, II. B. Me PF ", ": No..2 Cap 19c
d C iKiuJon aimwoittu l.... uMtgeat number -
of questions and received suit FANCY BLUE ROSE-WHOLE GRAIN

Give A Gown f'Give A Slip39cto$1.59 to to" able from awards.the tree Gifts and were last distributed, but not RICE 5 !Lbs. 27c
least, refreshments were served.
49c to 98c 1.95:"" ,The hostesses assisted by Mrs. Z .. CS "!S
s ; Titus Olson and Miss Madge Mid- GRANULATED DIXIE CRYSTAL
dleton, served a tempting fruit '
naiad course with hot .tea, also SUGAR 5 Lbs. 27c
fruit cake, and the favors were
: __
dainty miniature fruit bouquets.Mrs. .
& CO!' Middleton has served as (llJco; COMPOUND SHORTENING
president of the Society for.:the

,. of past her two faithful years, and work in-the recognition Society LARD 2 Lbs. (Bulk) 27cA.

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noyd Green Is confined to his Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rltch will Mr. and Mrs. W.; P. Randall and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall spent Gift Stationery all prices at ;

., .duo to taOuenza- spend Christmas In Gainesville as children of Jacksonville, will spend the past week-end at their Kings- Mitchell's.Mr. Stage I
"- the guests of Mrs: Rltch father, Christmas here with Mrs. Ran- ley Lake cottage. They had as PALACE THEATRE She Daily j

(.01. D. E. Knight was a business S. H.. Demoree. dall's parents, Mr.;and Mrs. J. M. their guests Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
ui Lake Butler Monday Alvarez. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and SAT.
Wainwright and children of Jack-
riJ.tI'- Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Register ccnvlllc, Mr. and Mrs.T, F. Lan- :.%1'8. Jcanetto Klncaid! will have as SUN: JACKSONVILLE 2

F,. A. Z. AdWns and daughter, spent last week-end In High Closing out our large stock of' drum and Dr. J. W.: Brownlee. their guests for Christmas Mrs.
I, spent Saturday In Jackson- Springs as the guests of Mr. Reglater's Engraved ChrlMtnuut Cards less Beasley's and Mrs. Ktncatd's pa- '
ynri parents. than cost at Mitchell's. rents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden, G -'!
i t. Merrill F ute h and Howard and their brother-in-law and sister 'he Greatest / :

-Dorothy Sapp I spent Sat- Mrs. L. P. Kellogg of Denver, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Imbacn haveas Moore, students st .University Mr. and Mrs C. C. Hoppe and Most DaringVAUDEVILLE ;
)IlaI friends In Gaines- Colorado, )is here visiting her their guests Mr. Imbach's sister of Florida will urrlvs,. today (Fri- and son Jimmy, all of Tampa. '
visiting I ;
tdtY brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James P. Jcnes and day) to spend the Christmas holidays .-

,iJIt. Mrs. W. C. Prather. daughter, Elaine, of Los Angeles, here with their respective pa- Cigars. Cigarettes! and Smoking iii Show This Tear L
rents, Mr. and Mrs C. A. Fetch 1
I Tobacco In Gift at
In California.
displayed '
pIta r
mine Mitchell's. Mrs Jessie Mae Blakely and and ;Mr. and Mrs. D., W. Moore. !\'ltcbeU'.. "PARISIAN FOLLIES" .

R linduW lIOn Billy, Mrs. Sam Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson will 25 People Beautiful a
children, LyleaneS Janet, Mr. and Mrs. E M. Davis and Christmas. Sen Is help for .f..
spent pay
Beatrice Johns! left Sun- spend Christmas in Jacksonville as Girl. 8-Piece Band _. .
JJsI! daughter, Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Sam v
Thursday in Jacksonville. the nation-wide campaign against
where she win the guests of MrWilson's brother-
for Jacksonville Anderson and children, Lyle and 8 Acts Girl. Song t .
tuberculosis. They make possible
in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Lee ,
Jt, her home. L'Etta Corpening left Thursdayfor McDonald. Janet, and Mr. And Mrs. A. W. An- such things as clinics, nursing service Dance Fun p

L. B. Hutto and Marion, N. C., where she will derson and' family will all spend preventorlums, rehabilitation, WORTH DRIVING MILES C
H. Hall TO SEE! f
Christmas In Archer the !(
Day .
spend the Christmas holidays with and education. ;
Jr were visiting: In Dr. and Mrs. Carl C. Mendoza
Tillman guests of Mrs. Emma Anderson. j'
p Friday. her father, J. E. Corpenlng.' and Miss Gloria Johns, of Jacksonville -

jKExmville .. were guests Monday eve- -SCREEN-
of Ocala, spent Sun- See the new Bedroom Suites at ning of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin The latest In Bedroom Sullen, The Fastest Moiling
i RaY Colley Denmark Furniture Co. for cash or terms. Reasonable Comedy-With Music -
and REAL
his parents, Mr. family.
da1 here visiting prices at Denmark,Furniture Co. &lit; : Ever Filmed!
.J. F. Colley.
lid Mre I Mis Beatrice Cady of Jackson Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow will 1 ( ESTATE
Paul Knight who fa a student of SCREEN SHIP CAFE"
A. Futch Joe Sistrunk ville spent Sunday here as the have as their guests for Christmas ,
lira.Mack C. Fetch spent Saturday guest of her mother, Mrs. FloraB. their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. the Cincinnati Coriicrvatory, In IF YOU WANT TO STAGE Carl Brlmon-Arllne vr :
Cincinnati Ohio, will arrive In hAles
ad Cady, and Miss Beverly Cady. and Mrs. R. L. McDowell and family Judge
Jacksonville.Ira. BUY SELL OR RENT '
nJlttDg in of Jacksonville. Jacksonville Sunday to spend tho SHOW the Finest Selected, 'Z
holidays with relatives here. He SEE US- Short Subjects "y
Mrs. J. E.Uson Mr. 'and Mrs. J. B. Sapp had as .
. Z. Adklns
A. will be
met there by his ,
Mrs. L. A..Davis spent their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Billy Parker who Is stationed in parents Saturday Sunday t' .
Col. and "
\ In Jacksonville E. W. Compton and children, Washington, D. C. will arrive Sat Mrs. D. E.; ,Knlght, who WILSONREALTY Dec. 21.22
)Holiday visiting -- Aileen and Walter, of Jacksonville. 'urday to spend the Christmas holIdays will accompany him home.Single CORP. AdalUi Mat. S5eMlfhts
-- 400 IJ'
pr and Mrs. B. S. Carroll, of here with his mother, Mrs.T. Double and Triple Compacts -
were recent visitors Tissue Paper Tinsel, Tags and D. Rickenbacker.
utiuonvlllfl\ all prices at Mitchell's. '
Seals at Mitchell's
borne of Mrs. F. H. Long. -
,tile --
Miss Eunice Perkins, Mrs. N. D. '.'.' --- d
Miss Mary Brownlee, .who Is A I -
grr and Mrs. J. O. Lynn anLuce Miss Mary Canova and Mrs. G. Wainwright, Jr. Miss Edna Strick- student at Vanderbilt UniversityIn )! ::
land Mrs. W. H. Hart, and Mrs.C. i
the birth of an eight pound W. Alderman spend Wednesday af- Nashville, Tennessee, will spend ,\
jirt on December 16 In Lake City. ternoon In Gainesville visiting M. Howard spent Thursday visIting the Christmas holidays with her

Mrs. L. A. Canova and small son. in Jacksonville. parents, Mr. and ,Mrs. H. L. I OUR CHRISTMAS GREETINGS AND fit., .;

: batman Kodaks from $1.00 up Brownlee. Miss Brownlee will arrive .
I Mitchell's. Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Wall Miss Madeline Hazen will leave Saturday, and her parentswill BEST WISHES FOR 1936. MAY YOUR f:
for her home in Brooker, I
will spend the coming weekendin Friday meet her In Lake City i
where she spend -
Hr and Mrs. John Uglow and Tampa as the guests of Mrs. ,
i gr and Mrs. C. F. Ward spent Wall's mother Mrs. C T Dutton. holidays with her parents, The latent In Bedroom' Suites, I YOU COULD ASK FOR AND THE NEW : ,
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen.
M Wednesday visiting in Ocala. for cash or termH. Reasonable HAPPINESS. 'i
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price at Denmark Furniture Co. I
Mrs. Pearl G. Shuman and Whitman's Candles at Mitchell's.Mr. .' ,
Hra P. M. Barefoot and daugh- daughter, Jean will leave today LET US CONTINUE TO SERVE YOU '(

[fj, Misses Wednesday Juanita In JacksonvUle.and Sara, (Friday), for Madison, where! they and Mrs. '1'. T. Long and Marjorie Misses Lois Stump Adklna, Evelyn:.Lola:Stump Long,, I' DURING 1936 AND YEARS

put will spend the holidays with relatives Mrs. D. P. Carpenter' will leave Marguerite Prevatt, Dorothy TO l.HE r rI.
for Baconton, Ga, where
Hr. and Mrs. A. A. Sir non and Sunday Swonborn Myrna Frtuk. and Mary .
Catherine, --- they will spend the Christmas holidays Lucille Torode, students the
tit daughter, Mary at
We recent visitors to St. Auguaitte. Mrs. M. E. Edwards went to with Mrs W. T. Jackson. Florida State College for Women, I. STARKE ICE COMPANY 'r wd

Jacksonville Saturday to spend the will arrive Friday to spend the
holidays with her son-in-law and I Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee will Christmas holidays here with their W. U WALL, PROP "ud' : .

Mrs. George Flynn and daughter daughter Mr. and Mrs L. L. have as their guests for Christmas parents. !. : _ I
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Futch of De- .i
,Betty Ann and James B.FlynnUnt Roane.
Land and the Rev. and Mrs. M. C. a
Monday visiting in Jac 80n- -
hiltJUr.. See the new Bedroom Suites at Stith and children of Jacksonville.
Denmark Furniture Co "Let's Buy Our Christmas at

W., H. Hart willhad Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stockwelland
Christmas and Mrs. In Surrency, Ga., Mrs. Emma Carlton, of Jackson- daugthers, Mary Lorraine and MERRY CHRISTMAS the TIP TOP. He Has the Best ,

the guests of ;Mr. Hart's pa- ville, was here Sunday and Mon Kathleen, will go to DeLand Tues- "
ts. day afternoon to visit Mrs Stock- VARIETY. r ,
ter-in-law. well's mother, Mrs. W. D. Haynes.Mr. ,11 ,

lira. C. A. Knight, Mrs. K. O.Duncan Adklns.

[ rat Saturday and Mrs.visiting O. L.in Beasley Jack- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fields and and children. and Mrs, George George Jr., B.and Flynn Bet- WALNUTS Lb. APPLES: ; ,

rWaYu daughter. Hazel, will spend Christmas ty Ann, also. Billy Powell, spent 19 > IAK.e15
of Sunday in Gainesville as the C ,
in Baldwin as the guests '
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wood BRAZIL J NUTS Lb. '
W'I.L.Andrews, Mrs. T. C.ktutaln Mrs. Field's sister, Mrs.Robert. LOAD UP THEIll STOCKINGS DOZ, .
and Mrs. Smith Den- Tanner.
the Bedroom Suites atPenmlLl'k
btrk See new
spent Monday visiting inpduonvllle. ,
of Furniture Co. LARGE tiL; FANCY
Green Cove
Springs C. A., spent Sunday here visiting Sell ''
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Marks and ORANGES Doz. 1 MIXED CANDYLb. IQcSugarufs.25c
Mr.and Mrs. N. F. Guilford and his son and daughter-in-law DeLand, u
kn, Norwood,' also Miss Patricia Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Imbach and daughter. Marjorie, of
Mob* spent Sunday visiting in also his daughter, Mrs. James P. will spend the Christmas holidays
k80ovlUe. Jones, of Los Angeles, California. here as the guests of Mrs. Mark's TIP! TOPGROCERY

ATSEZ: I I parents. Mr., and Mrs. A. M. Darby NUCOA lb. 20

DO YOU BELIEVE IN DREAMS T Mr. and hire H. L. Brownleeand
daughter Madge, spent last
It was sumpln' I ate no doubt, but week-end In Jacksonville as the LARGE: LUSCIOUS TABLE
it was a good dream while It lust guests of their son-in-law and 5 Tall Cans INVITES YOU TO ENJOY No. 3 Can

that for a week I let my beard i
Manicure Sets from 50
because I didn't- have the Cutex" .

time grow to g) to the barber shop My cents up at Mitchell's.--. CHARMER SALT, 3 For lOc FRESH WATER GROUND ,x. +

board was long and white and' all Frow Strickland and Leslie COFFEE Cans 25c And 5c Box __ _. FREE MEAL 5 Lbs. lOc !
the kids thought that I wss Santa Blgga, students at Stetson Uni- CIZ
Claus. I was the stuff for versity In DeLand will arrive to- No.";3 Can -

a while; my alarm clock spoiled It day (Friday) to spend the Christ CUMBERLAND 29o
nlL mas holidays here with their pa- Tomatoes 7cItE(1.
rents. .-- COFFEE 2 Lbs. 25c can 25c

Give Hun Give 111m'SHIRTS W. C. T. U. I'
Meeting of the
,SOCKS & TIES scheduled to be at the home of the LARGE FANCY RED WINESAP EATING FANCY WEATERN d
RAISINS 2 Lbs. 15c
Mrs. F. A. Scott, on Fri- j'
president to APPLES Dozen 20c LOIN STEAK Lb. ,29c +! t
has ben changed
day afternoon
Ties at BOo
because, '!
the home of Mrs. Quigley MINCEMEAT J
Priced at a Socks$1.00 iSo of Illness. TOMATOES Pound -lOc Pkg. lOc FANCY BEAN FED FIfRIDA i :
'tree, a toSSc.Merchan. '
r I Bedroom Suites. ,
and The latest C
160 dMa that I for cash or terms.. Reasonable COCNTRY SMOKED PURE

will preciated.be ap- I I prices at Denmark Furniture Co. POTATOES Pound.. 5c Lb. 17c PORK SAUSAGE Lb 25c ,

i Mrs J. O. Turner and daughter, SHEET FANCY 50-00 SIZE REAL LARGE FANCY ?t i
I Betty Ann, of Ft. Myers an here POTATOES '10 Ibs. 15c PRUNES Lb.
A Useful GiftLadies' Embroidered 'visiting Mrs. Turner's brotherinlaw FAT HENS Lb. 19c !

and sister Mr and Mrs. O. H. P
Hand Bags PILLOW CASES Bennett. They are en route to NI.' 1 HUSH DRIED clIIUIoITl\IAM: P.\C'KAOE !

Black, Brown Blue Worth $i, Special at Macon, Ga. POTATOES 10 Ibs. 22c APPLES 2 Lbs. .25c BACON Yz-Ib.; box '22c '

50c to $1.95 ''59c Mr. and Mrs. S. E, Ritch of Rai- FANCY WHITE OR SWEET DRIED FANCY WESTERN! TENDER '

ford, are announcing the birth of ONIONS Pound _.5c CHUCK ROAST Lb. 18c {
Fancy Colored All Kinds of a son, December 17, at the Ala- PEACHES Lb. ._ __ 15c

BATH TOWELS HANDKERCHIEFSPack chug County Hospital In Gaines '

Pack In Xmas> Boxes ville. Mrs. Ritch Brooker.was formerly SILVER KINO SELF-RISING OR PLAIN 6 LBS 12-LBS. z4-LBS '
SOc 2Sc to $1 a Box Miss Iris Brown FINEST li

Bedroom Men's or Ladles'Slippers SILK How PAJAMAS About | at Christmas Mitchell's.Tree Lights 85 cents LARD ...WIUTE.RIBBON 11 2 Flour 25c 45c 87cm h) f

1- .. J. B. Sapp will

39c $3 to Value$1.95 Ladies''$1.95A Gloves ,Mrs:!'T,"olhy A. Steel Ellen guests and for Tommy children Christmas, Hel-f I ".. BREAK-O-MORN(COFFEE I I'ti. ".;!. 19c DEE !( COFFEE !P und 25c ry ryPiLLMRL'RY

.. '..,
.,_.., tad also Mrs 'iv. *">

TOY WAGONS:: Fabric or Kid I Mrs Donla Moore, all of Gainesville OR BALLARD'M DELMONTE .PINEAPPLE No. 21/ can 20cPANCAKEfLOUR

$1.49 79c, to $1.95 MMV MHWVi H MBVMA- lOc
r ;
Mrs. E. K. Perry- 'Tall N.. 1 Can
Judge and ,

Alway HUN8INGWEAR Appreciated The Bicycle Contest DeOr 21. Guilford man. Mrs.were L. A.also Davis among and N those F. NEW SYRUP, 32-oz. Bot.20c DELMONTE ROYAL ANN CHERRIES 19c '

Close Saturday night District Conference
HOSIERY at 9 m. The winner will receive attending the which '
p. Church
Sheerest a fSft bicycle and 20 more In Jacksonville last Fri No. 2'can
Chiffon prices Will be given to. the next convened DEL MONTE ;

or Service Weight 20 having, the next highest number day. CHILI SAUCE 12-oz. .20cDELMONTE

-.,... 89C & $1.00 awarded of vote Monday Prizes Dee. will 25. be Mr.'and Mrs. L. A. Canova. an- DELMONTE GARDENPEAS No.2can 19c. ,

nounce the arrival of a son on De- 14-Ox.

IT PAYS,TO BUY, .AT cember 17 at a Gainesville HospitaL 'I5cy
o The little boy has been named CATSUP Bottle 14c DELMONTE Country Gentleman CORN

STERNBERG'S: Levy.A. Canova;'Jr. Mrs. Ca-
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HOME-CURED MEATS irrle!'' e0( iw, ? Bbolta cored cw

r FILL MANY LARDERSON saw an example to youth In newspaper ahM pop bv
.1 C CNews ,,,accounts of the sixtyfourthwedding

GAINESVILLE-Florida farm, LIVE STATE NEWS anniversary vt Mr. and

FARMERS SECTIONConducted ers are expected to use ice In curIng Mrs. George W.Holloway of Clear 1. .

more than three and a half of Florida Short Paragraphs I water. So he sent .the aged couple -

Demonstration AgentsRURAL million pounds of meat for home I this telegram: "I Join all the ..
by use this winter, says W. J. Sheely other citizens of Florida In congratulating -

agent in animal husbandry with I you on your sixty- I
L ..... the State Agricultural extension .---r__ -- m __ U fourth wedding anniversary, and
f -- -- .. I J... Service By utilizing both corn wish for you both many years of
f morclal and home curing: plants RAINBOW AT NIGHT BIBLE ANNIVERSARY continued happiness and long life.

To Housewives they are enabled to obtain better BARTOW Oldest resident TALLAHASSEE T.J.'t 400th What a marvelous example you are
Hints meat with leu spoilage and an here said they never had seen i amore anniversary of the printed Bible I to modern youth.. You both have t.tN
cold weather tor In the was commemorated here at the "
not dependent on beautiful phenomenon good wish
COMMON SENSE Weekly from Home Demonstration hog; killing. sky than that visible one morning Florida State College for Women my ooh .. .'10"_
\ convocationIn -.d ......
week at a special
JOHNSON Tallahassee Reports from commercial cold last week about 5 a. m. A brlgh last Christmas Seals cost only a pen- I. esllflee.
Specialist Cu
SPUDS took
of the city NOW
J. By which
storage curing plants in nineteen full moon was surrounded by a ny each but they finance the great- blp Fe. eras
western counties halo and this was encircled/ part. Governor Sholtz urged religious In the world- --preare.sty. .
northern and golden est organized fight .. ....
CONTENTMENT state eessen1as
CHRISTMAS BAKING WITH show that double rainbow., All the col bodies: throughout tuberculoll1l.Don't .
compiled by Mr. Sheely, by a the campaign against 1.1' "'"
OBTAINED BY FOLLOWING RULES -- last season these plants cured 3,. ors were visible. to observe the Bible Sunday, ......-
w GOETHE'S Orange Demert 400,438 pounds of meat for farmers .
You will rate this your favorite used their SIIOLTZ WILL BUILD Get Up NightsTHIS
while BEER I
Another Christmas Is approachIng of all citrus cakes. own Ice boxes In curing an additional I CLOSED TO DAYTONA BEACH-Gov. Dave :ue BLAnnvm LAXATIVEFREE HAROLD C.WAlegturn
and the world Is about as turbulent Take 1 cup sugar 1 cup sour It is estimated TALLAHASSEE-The Supreme i Sholta announced here that he will :
as it ever has been in the milk 2 eggs beaten light :1-4 tea- 93,880 pounds. Court has closed the doors of drj build a new home In Daytona If It fall to flush out Impuritiesand iNiutaNtrjMwTII

years of recorded history. Modern spoon salt 1 orange 1-:& cup butter considerable that the Increase quantity this will show Alachua County to the manufac. Beach. He recently sold the riverfront excess. that adds wake which you cause up.the Get irregularity ,wi IPO(Ait Ir.fTAti
civilization seems to have the ability 1 teaspoon soda dissolved In I ture beer.-but left an opening, home here which he had occupied buchu, Juniper I oil, etc.. In little green
the heart Suwannee with 673,000 Levy for further action. The court up- tablet called Buketa. the bladderlaxative.
everything and 1
y to give us the milk 2 cups Hour cup before his election as gov- Work on the bladder simIlar -
c desires--except contentment the raisins. with 645,612, and Alachua with I held George O. Weema State bev-. ernor. "Mrs.: Sholts will come to castor oil on the bowel,
of all. 818,261 were the leading counties directory.In denying a permit Poorly acting bladder can cause
most sought after thing from the orange, erage down here sometime this winter to burning
Squeeze juice flow, frequent desire
commercial scanty
cured and
in meat by. Atlantic Ice
Why is it that encompassed as preferably one with a well ripened I to the pick out a site for the new home. or backache. In four days If
mir plants. Other counties reporting Company to set up a manufacturIng the not pleased any druggist will refund
machine too small for
f with modern Pour over 1-2 cup The old place was
we peel. Store.
tender Columbia SIc Mltohell'a Drug
meat cured included: Taylor, In Alachua County. your .
as we are stand. Grind he said.PEPPERS. --
acles,and enlightened sugar. Mix and let Madison. Marion Jefferson FIVE RESCUEDJACKSONVILLELobster family
with histories and prophecies we rim and pulp of orange with 1 cup, Jackson .
Holmes Lafayette
to find contentment are always extract all the BRING $3 To You
fall ralfalns. Do no I Leon, Santa Rosa Pasco : fishermen Help
In a state of unrest, of .upheaval juice from the orange as It la like- Union ansf WAUCUULAHardee County .Ne
Washington Calhoun, Walton, were rescued from a linking
and often of warT No to make the cake too moist. farmers who had vegetables survive -
ly "
i doubt It Is because so few Individ- Cut the central core out with the Eacambla. schooner by the Ward Liner miles Slboaey off- recent frosts received as highas AVOID MANY COLDS!
about fifty :
better this week
of self-satin- Farmers are learning at theWauchula ,
uals attain a state seeds and grind balance with what $5 a crate for peppers
faction. A desire for progress ever juice la left. Cream shortening methods of killing and cutting Wabasso on the to divisional Florida CoastGuard East produce and vegetable ak<, At the'first nasal irritation or sniffle
also :Mr. Sheely Coaat. Reports
better and more sat Add the their pork says. auction block. The block was
something ,
for and together.
s; sugar Warner of the U. S. headquarters here and to ." apply Vicks Va.tronoljust a few drops
isfying is a natural endowment of I beaten and the well sifted He and K. F. closed from Saturday until yesterday :,
eggs of Animal Industry and the radiomarlne station at Palm each nostril. Used in time it helps
the human race. Properly employed flour and salt alternately with li- Bureau due to the low grade of vege- up
definite and lasting county agents in hog counties have Beach said the Siboney harmed :. a colds entirely.
It brings quid. Add the orange and raisin tables which had been .by w prevent many
Improperly used given a number of demonstrationson the men just In time. The schoonr -
improvement. mixture last.. I frost.
the Halite K and operated
killing and cutting. was .
it foments trouble. 8 x 8 x 2 inch pan -
Pour Into an between Miami and Nassau VICKS VATRONOLREGULAR
r Goethe Managers of commercial curIng CANAL WORKER: KILLED
The great German poet and bake about 49 minutes. After .
who was born in 1749 and died in baking and while still hot cover plants draw on their experi- 'POINTERS ON FARMING OCALA-George Barr 38. formerly SIZE 30 OOUBLI QUANTITY 50c
of strug- ence to suggest that farmers do of Arcadia- lost control 'of
1832 lived an existence with orange juice and sugar mixture SUPPLIED BY SERVICE -
gle. In his endeavor to find com and let stand In the pan until clean butchering; careful bleedingand ,I AGENCIES TO GROWERS his heavy tractor' while workingat
contentment, he finally dissolve good trimming and then de- an excavation camp on the Flor-
fort and juice Is absorbed. Do not I (The following information was ;
were nec liver meat to the cold storage ship canal and was crush
decided that nine things sugar entirely.. Let It glaze top furnished by' the state farm serv- Ida-gulf
'i7i to promptly after It is killed death'been&th its caterpillar -
Each of the nine applies plant ed to
'Jr, essary. of cake. at Gainesville to farmers For
own personal character and md dressed.' They say that meat ce agencies treads. Witnesses said thefactor's aLADY
{ one's Orange Coconut Cake seeking'advice on the sub-
is worth ihould be allowed forty-eight hours and
', ambitions, and his list engine was
This la another fine orange cake ects treated herewith.)
after It is ?
now. for thawing Barr leaned over to adjust the -
9 ,To be happy and contented he To make it, cream: 3-4 cup short- from' storage; it should then be assess:-siometlmea'removed: cabruretor. The machine ran wild,
and 2 sugar. WartS
should have: ening washed and smoked. The smoking him to the ground.
that throwing
iw said a person off
l" Health enough to make work a Blend In! 1 1-2 teaspoons'grat- should be done slowly with care from cattle by snipping them : 4 ? ,i,
\" i ed orange rind and 2 egg yolks, being exercised not to generate too with scissors twisting them off BIDS REJECTEDTALLAHASSEEA
; pleasure. well beaten. in the smoking with the flngers.or by legating
Wealth enough to support your ugh temperatures revision of IIERE'SYOUR
'Jf::i, needs (not necessarily wants). Sift together:; 3 cups flour sift process or the meat will spoil. Its them with rubber Its bands.roots After should a specifications for two building projects -
wart Is removed
:if, Strength enough to battle with ed once, 4 1-2 teaspoons baking especially Important to watch with tncture of at state Institutions was
,J: difficulties and overcome them. powder and 1-2 teaspoon salt. his ,when smoking during. warm be lunar caustic. Acids made after the state cabinet rejected ANSWER
Iodine or
;: Grace enough to confess your Add to first mixture alternately lerioda. should not be used to remove bids because the prices were

\\J.!. Bins and forsake them with: 1-2 cup orange juice and warts about the and mouth. higher than anticipated. The bids
:r Patience enough to toll until 3-. cup water. oven ((350 degrees F.), Daily applications eyes of castor oil Included O. P. Woodcock of Jacksonville -

'1,., some good Is accomplished. Beat just enough,to make batter Orange Filling sometimes removes warts. who bid $101,900 for con-
Charity enough to see some good smooth. (For Orange Coconut Cake) struction of a ward and Infirmary
h, In your neighbor. :Mix smooth in double boiler: 2 attackof building at the Gainesville Farm
moist shredded As soon as any signs of
f' Love enough to be useful and Blend In: 1.2 cup tablespoons flour 4 egg yolks,, for the Feeble Minded.
borer on a
whites shot-hole appear
coconut and 4 egg the
helpful to others.Faith Well beaten 4 tablespoons cornstarch .
:? with
tree It should be, painted
beaten stiff. and 1-2 teaspoon -
enough to make the things 1 cup sugar STATE DIVISIONIST LINGERIE'
cake whitewash which.will prevent other .
1, Pour Into three 9-tncn salt., the '
of God real SARASOTA 'Adopting
floured. Bake) borers from,getting into It.: Gowns and Pajamas ________1.00 Up
and Knitted
greased Silk and
'r! Hope enough to remove all anxious pans Add slowly the following heat. name .!"New Florida Association ,

+): fears concerning the future.. about 80 minutes In a moderates ed to boiling point. Stir constantly -I' An oilemulsion, -spray such as the group which seeks to divide ,Beautifully fashioned Slips' ?___-________1.25 to 2.95

\\v while adding: 3 tablespoons lemon Is used on gUrus but only one- Florida into' two states has agreedto BAGS
water, and -.1.2cup "no compromise"' in its
Juice 1-4 cup third as strong Is effective In permit
orange juice. controlling fern snow 'scale. on objective. Ray Selden of Daytona An attractive line that will please the most particular

P Add: 2 teaspoons butter and ferns.A Beach who called the meeting woman ____--__-,__._-___-_.,,_-________1.00 to 2.95
Tune grated rind of 1 orange.? '--- was named, permanent chair
I Up Paul'C.
of the association. HOSIERYMogul
Cook over boiling water stirring dust mixture of one part Paris man -

ccasionally until thick (about'20 green to nine parts of hydrated Albrltton Sarasota was made Jo Hose In the new shades ____-n__,---79c to 1.00
Miss :
and Mary
minutes. Cool. Spread between lime will control caterpillarsthat vice chairman JEWELRYMARGUERITE'S
ayers of cake. Cover with a white .attack oleanders. The mix- ViUlams Daytona Beach secre- EXCLUSIVE LINE OF

*; boiled Icing and sprinkle with 3-4 ture should be dusted on the tary-treasurer. .
your coconut.
; cup moist plants. -a- TOMATO GOLD MINE

r I .When chicken fertilizer, la used FT. PIERCE3-The fall tomato
oneciui should be crop Is proving a .veritable goldmine
for trees and shrubs It
Colds worked In around the base for tomato growers aroundFt.
666 and of the- plants and extended out- Pierce according to W. M.

I I'lllbllllh'tf Fever'Irs& ward. far.. the branches." For Jcottbead the vegetable deals'
Fruit Growers, who
for American I
feI day grass, it can be scattered over the
raked in points out that the local crop
LIQUID TABLHTS Headaches lawn and subsequently to
>"1'' sufficient- been bringing mostly I
If It Is disintegrated
"A1'Vm oV: In 80 minutes or.'y left on the .lawn.- 1,800 per car F.O.B., Ft. Pierce. .
't. Pierce tomatoes were not dam- -

I- 0=0-C.1OIIO oao- -OC t aged in the cold,wave which wiped ,

,4 p 1 out Everglades beans early ,last .

I )


'I I .3th proved tOt be a lucky day for
received during the? d&Ythat
>I Washington officials of the new
: atone, of the o COMPLETEXINE' OF PARTS i]I works program had released an r4Q1

SHOPS Ii REPAIR SERVICE ON ALL <<>> tate additional,to carry$1,000,000 out approved to this pro-l I

BEST jects. "Not so bad." L. S. Rick-
I aid one of the assistant WPA ad-

IN THE SOUTH L IIOC OIOO-OIIOT 0'Ir ministrators said. The money will EXTRA "LIFT" IN H-C
.- be used as directed by E. A.'Pyn-

hon, State WPA chief.. It was aart.of

4df We Have Just Installed WIEDENHOFF, System of r > ,. $12.700,000 Issued by road tests 1 to 3 more mile

a Certified Motor Tune-Up. This Wonderful New.Equip* 'Ir "* ,SEASONSGREETINGS Washington to'twelve states. prove

i'' ment Is More Accurate Than Human Hands Can Be and 'TO BUH.DODfAR1t6TBJACKSONVILLEUncle: per gallon

Enables Us to Detect Any Faults And Put Your Motorin ., Sam

the Shape Specified By Designing Engineer At' has authorized expenditure of $88580 ,-

the Factory Where It Was Made. ',This, Equipment Con In Florida to build three produce 1
Motor markets to help farmers ob-
An Ignition Analyzer; a
silts of Three :
tain better prices. E. A. Pyncbon
a Tune-Up; and a Motor Vita (Exhaust Gas Analyzer). tate WPA administrator announced -

\\i. : federal approval for immediate -

; Our CERTIFIED TUNE-UP ,; \ "' ", ': ....e.1:" 1: -\0 -.' .i' ,. construction of a $45,88
i market at East Palatka. a $23.074
.r... ,' ,, i market one, at Live Oak and a to /

-,...",'tf t. 17.603 one at Wauchula.- He said

INCLUDES: ALL ,;WHEN the Christmas belle they would be similar to a community -
Accurate Carbureter Adjustment FOR '' he said, the project
: their glad tidings
out we /
k Exhaust Gas Analysis. .ring had been "highly successful." 7 .
: .
Tests. 1 i > -**-* ,
Compresson will be glorious! day 1 .
Vacuum Tests on Carburetor hope it a STILL DRILLING ., '" ,
p aYfr GROVELAND--Pouring of concrete -
and Fuel Pumps. $ 5' for everybody .' 'II aday of, at the South,Lake oil teet.twelve' ,

Pressure Test on Fuel Pumps. miles south of here, has :14.IM.wOw

L, Coil and Condenser Tests. I '.joy and peace'you'w1if: long been' completed >and preparations .

Spark Plugs Cleaned Adjusted ,. were underway today for the drilling ++aayaw.xa, ; '

yii, and Tested. FLATDistributor remember. ... ning of of the 2200 plus feet next of Friday.steel casingwas Run- On gallon could lift. 75-ton w'hale 660 feetAA

CamAngleand .
o.t'v 'I' completed this week and -cemented -

Synchronized. ''CHARGEAll I ': : ," tax Operators are allowingthe tit S/ricMr Deafer,

All Wiring Checked. j BUY YOUR. 1ns7 yROMgUSGASSET eement.' to set. The;crew of Is
slated to complete' the setting

I Major Repairs and Parts ExtraSMITH'S .. balling equipment Monday.. Wed- .Aged, Siflclalr''ef &>0'Company (In-)
Ii; nesday'and Tbanda, 'wt11 be required FOR SINCLAIR PRODUCTS
far finish an arrangements .. ,
r GARAGE T :HARDWARE t ,CO. incidental to the actual drilling of J. H. WAINWRIGHT' .Agt'aTAuZ'YLORIDA' .

the plug to be followed' by ballingoperations .
PHONE 1S9-J, FrIday.

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24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE 8411 Silver-Jacksonville The Progress They Have Experienced: In Their Present Territory

Key-McCabe Funeral Home want to take advantage of it. are outstanding features of their Phone 8-2744:: Encourages: Them To Expand To Other, Fields.

'111e re ent.l the well respected trade The funeral home has taken its service and they are ready to The Crubb Van A Storage Co. Probably no other company in hold in the commercial world of ther if you patronize their sta \

ilils community. place in our modern life, for in all prove their excellent spirit of service features a moth proofing"'process, the vicinity is a more liberal con- this part of the country. Each tions. had wideexperience S
4 ha a
have shown the true spirit the metropolitan centers people servicing articles ejther" in your tributor to the development of this day ha seen Its service become of I This, company
111ey whenever affords. The
I their service to the enUre com1I1UDIty from all walks of life are taking opportunity home or" aa it Is stored. They give section of the country than the more and more essential value and In this business.
demonstrated its
A by rendering a distinctive advantage of its conveniences The community 1* fortunate In 3-year guarantee on all jobs. Union Oil Co. Today they are today It 1* indispensable to the management ha

[ VIce on many occasions when I They have access to the best having a firm of such, reliability This guarantee Ia mailed out from prepared to render service of the community. The management Is ability a* oil men and a*Into a result the

I_! and thoughtfulnes alone can stock in the line of their service and the management ia to be com their office which In Itself is a most metropolitan character andIt familiar with the business and by thla service hall come It occupies to,

I "Jjgi! the requirements. Theymaintain and this is furnished at reasonable mended upon the position they occupy guarantee of their work.. may well be said that this oil the experience has learned the var- prominent position

a complete funeral servw. prices. They are prepared to arrange In this secUon. company I* one of the essential ious features that are conduciveto day.We
) One of the greatest conveniencesof to point with,
Through this service they all details. When you turn In making this business reviewwe contributors to the commercial development success. are pleased
life ia the efficientand and to '
the modern Union Oil Co. ,
many friends over the a service over to them they relieve deem it appropriate to voice of all surrounding coun Their gasoline give the moat pride to the
gained careful transfer It' the class of
)Itvo you of every responsibility so that our appreciation of this firm and company. try. Its growth has been the result -'power and speed as well as the recommend them
country. has been demonstrated that the to the trade
: modern I funeral home they there Is no more worry about to express our assurance of their of admirable policies followed quickest pickup of any motor fuel. service they furnish :
The truck Is the beat for handling that when
Is very complete & is al- plans. permanent position In the community -, way In Us direction, and It has merited on the market. You do not haveto and assure everyone '
furnish transfer and moving problems and oil from them, they will
at the disposal of those who Accommodations and courtesy life. I the large patronage it receives to- ever change from, one gas to an- they buy
wsy --- this concern is one that specializesIn i day and the prominent position it other with the change In the wea- get the very best.
gltring the best of service to the


1--- This transfer service Is very SUPPLY CO. ,

JACKSONVILLE ROOFING AND SHEET METAL complete aa they are authoritlei
and 430 IB. 16T1I S
rates and
on freight routings 113: W. Ashley Jacksonville
MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH GRADE CIGARSNo Free Estimate Submitted will get the goods to any port of Phone 5-1391 OF TUB! FAMOUS .

the world. No matter to what
review of the business, agri- I modern manufacturing plant of 1214 Pearl JACKSONVILLE city or port you decide to ship you WholemU Barber and Beauty KING EDWARD" CIGARS' :
industrial Interests of fine cigars of its kind, but that It Phone 5-7695
and .
cultural I will find they can give you service Shop Supplies.Distributor
of the state would be has merited the hearty support This company hold a prominent 1 llahment of its kind and I* an Ideal
ibis section Located in Jacksonville, Filling- In all Its detail, careful, painstaking -
complete without prominent mention and active cooperation of every- ham Bros are sheet metal con- and accommodating.There For 'Sh"lton. Modornlatlo place In the Industrial life of this place to work. -

of the Gonzalez and Sanches body In this section. tractors of high reputation and of- Is now no need of hiring and Duradene PermanemWaging community. It has been one of The management of this company 1"
measure With a broad vision of our future Machines :Marvel
aids In no little ,
Co. which of de'Velopment'the manager and fer the best service for the lowest carpenters to crate and pack your Dryer the leading manufacturing (Concerns I has been able to render the

the progress and prosperity his assistants have built not only possible price. Their work is testimony furniture for they will pack your that has helped make this I people of this territory a service I

this section and it is, vndoubtedly for the but for the of their ability. Equal furniture In padded vans and deposit radar and llernlngtmuit Furniture' territory an Industrial center. lu this particular line of business

one of the progressive and popular present years service to the small as well as the it at the very door, thus sawing worthy that Is distinctly satisfactory., '
to and when the There is no company more .
this section. come populationof
In It Is well known fact that reasonable
establishments large piece of work is their mot much handling and eliminatingmany a mention In this Prompt service at "
this part of the state has dou- of extended '
and dally ships many consignments to. All work guaranteed. dangers.. there Is no one institution In the than the John H. Swlaher! prices has been the guiding influence *,
bled we predict that company -
this section.To and it has !
over must go no will continue to be one of the best When we see water beginning to The man in charge and his assistants community that has met with & Son company. Under the direction of their trade policies from all the

this company of the credit for the conducted, best equipped and most come In at the ceiling, then it Is are progressive businessmen greater favor than this well known of men thoroughly conversant brought them and counties. ,

imull portion of this part of the state satisfactory of our commercial and that we begin to hunt up the trouble Interested In the advancementof establishment. By reason of the with every feature of the business, surrounding towns :'

expansion Industrial assets rendering a service and source of the leak. When the community and are glad to this firm has become one of the Those In charge, of this cigar 1'
important had .11/
a most fact that the management ha
for It has been develop- that Is at the same time comprehensive the cornices of our homes wear out give you any Information that you most important Industrial assets of; company are people of long and ,

factor In our commercial here in active and complete, at a rate and we have an unsightly, dirty may desire regarding any phase of wldo experience In, every featureof this community. practical experience In this bus- f;'

ment. Its presence being under expert so reasonable that then aa now stream of water coming down the this important side of the modernlife this business and because of their This I Ie the day and age when iness. They are thoroughly acquainted
operation and side must have them repaired. demands not only thor- with every detail of this )\
of such a metro- people will marvel at the success we of today. comprehensive knowledge of every the public 'J
supervision It is for this reason that local efficient service but the business and are considered an authority -
of the management in continually this establishment oughly
is really a factor ic branch of the trade
politan company builders always leave this matterup best quality at good reasonable on all that pertain to the .' ,
the attractiveness adding new improvements. continued to witnessthe \
that adds to The management is of the well to these sheet metal contractors V. FAULK ,AND CO. has price. operation of a modern establish
It serves as
of all of the territory community In known men of the community in for they know that the work will increase in the number of Expansion plans gave this company ment of this kind. They are of -K1I,

more desirable the development of the company's be done right and never have to NASII-LAFAYETE their patrons. one of the most modern the foremost business people of '
which to live or locate." for fear that they will be In the country. It Is one of the community and have aided In.
In this edition business here, they have given worry SALES & SERVICE Their products wilt be found in plants
We wish to say most salient their personal attention to the I poor materials, poor workmanship demand by all who Insist on the the busiest beehives of Industry in the material development of this 40/1.jW..

which recounts onward the progress maintenance of efficiency In every or any other touble. 526 Laura at Ashley, Phone 9-3218 best. They deal on a large scale this section. It Is a model ...tabA section.SUWANNEE ..

features of our Is ,not only aJAILLETTE branch of the service. The work in fif tha. .v hunt_v__ -nnrl- Jacksonville and their activities are conduciveto :"

that this company -- there can be nothing better secur- i Only Authorized Nash Service Station the progress and expansion of

ed anywhere. All that tinning work In Jacksonville the community In no small degree. ,OIL CO.

& CO. I THE JONES CASH which Is so Important to the satisfaction i There are no more public spirited l! 'i

REGISTER CO. of home owners Is em- WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENTOF citizens in the community than PHONE 5-5351 41',

\ UVE STOCK. HORSES, MULES bodied In the work of these con- TilE 1036 NASH-UHICII the management of the Art Beau- IR05 EAST DUVAL J
AND COWS.. ,New Location 622 i/j Main Street tractors. Fllllngham Bros. are WILL BE ON DISPLAY IN ty Supply Co. and in making this CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS '

*' .JacksoovlllPhone 5-2430 known throughout the country for THEIR SHOW ROOM IN THE! review of the progress: of this section JACKSONVILLE (i L:

f 1119\ W. Beaver Jacksonville their ability to put in new work NEAR FUTURE.This it is natu-ral-t wish to com .

Phone 5-54S4 Featuring two new line*-OHMER and to repair the old. pliment them and to direct your This well known and reliable firm This company' station equipment '
1936 Nash auto which will and distribution represent an enormous ex
All In the sale I'J'
and GENERAL REPAIRING attention to this establishment as iipeclallie
:THEY BUY AND'SELL LOCAL soon be on display In their show of Cities Service high grade penditure and was made with the>
Kind of Office Devices. GRAY ROOFINGCO. one of the reliable business Institutions '
STOCK. rooms carries with It, of course. I which petroleum products. sole Idea of giving the public service i I
t of the community '
SECOND HAND MACHINES.A INC. all of the positive assurance of unexcelled. .'fiJ
JaUlette and Co. Is an authority has added to the development and This company supplies a largeterritory
and is depended sound enduring value which has of this part of the state. and has come to. be Members of this firm are among
: on horses and St_Phone 7-1410 I the, progress
twentieth century industry 2S48 College always been associated with 1.\\
and counties of blgb'Manellne' ;
farmers who rely known In this adjacent the business men
by many
11; upon them to keep their stablesup under direction: of a man who has. JACKSONVILLE I I'V. very name Nash.;' ;:i" as one of the foremost oil In the community and prominentin .)r

on to standard. always had at heart the best which Interests F. Weaver, Mgr. Needless to say, there i Is all of SOUTHEASTERNBREWING companies In this section and by the commercial life of the city. i t

'j thoroughly reliable of the community In the old reliability responsibilityand CO. reason, of their satisfactory serv- They have the Interest of this h
are ,
'- They and can fully dependupon his valued enterprise Is located and Roof.* Repaired and Painted- regularity of performancemore ice are rapidly expanding and..well : section of the country at heart and t
one of the firms that keeps the House-Painting And Carpenters pronounced than ever because patronage.The I review embracing ,'<"
advice or' informationthey Myrtle Ave. and Dennis St. merit their Increasing In this business ,
give any you about horses. All wheels of progress turning In this Rvpulra. All Work Guaranteed. in the Nash plant the passage Phone 5-2500 .JACKSONVILLE management* composed of as it doe the most outstanding it

have to do Is, tell them for section This establishment 'is deserving of time Is a continuous process men of broad experience In lubrication feature of the community's progress t
This la one of Jacksonville's of improvement DISTRIBUTES THAT FAMOUS that direct :
( what you want horses notice In this and know oil business from It Is due them we r.
purpose leading sales agencies for cash of more than passing Tho Lafayette Is a delight OLD SOUTH BEER. the attention of the people of this
new theytell
ud they will offer such sugges- review of our onward progress as to Z. You can rely on ; 1
S advisable. With register and office devices of the to the eye not merely at the first I about the oils or greases community to this establishment '
_, lions as they think the Gray Roofing Co.: Inc., Is recognized Since the legalization- of beer you
various kinds and la fully worthy glance but In the wealthof I need .. of the Important feature ,'
1 i; jour own judgment and their ex. in this section as one of admiring I this Brewing Company has been best suited to your particular one '
I left; ) advice r you will be able tcr of more than passing noticeat ourhands the most expert roofing companiesIn attractive details. which a closer I working full time and has hardly whether for auto, truck, tractor, of the efficiency of the community JI'
of the
for not only is It one reveals. Take and one that renders a service
:: come to a conclusion as to just the state. inspection been able to meet the demands machine shop or factory.

If f what you need., leading concerns engaged In in the Its They understand the kind of Incidentally, Nash Lafayette sine the public has learned to depend your lubrication troubles to them par excellence In a most essential ,Ii-S I

i They keep a large supply ol special field of endeavor handle roofing and tin work that will coach work has Improved upon itself on them' for the best of and they will be solved correctly., business. j<

1 horses and mules on'hand at allS country but the products they stand under this climate and use so that the new car comes to wholesome product Beer Is fast -ft J '

| limes These range from small and the excellent repair .service wide- materials that are suited to it. Mr. you not only with a greater charm iMcoming the most popular beverage

';cheap horses to a* good a* grow. they feature have gained excellenceand 'Weaver studies the architecture Of >f general design but a far more throughout the country due to JEWELTEACO. I

Before buying any horses or mules reputation for general sell the day and makes all work con- impressive and beautiful finish. It. purity, ingredient and modern (
advisable to first look the machines they are These latter are the lesser satisfaction used in "I
It Is highly the form to plans and specifications. equipment production. PHONE 0-0M3: ff j
standard 10891\IAIN
'.', of JalUette & Co.T considered among will make a -the real delight will come !
distributor -
over the supply Free of charge they Thl I* one of our modern '
We are pleased to call to the at; trade the country over careful Inspection of your roof, report -I in the revelation >of greater ridIng of the community and Is THE MOST COMPLETE coF 'Jm'sERVlCE: IN AMERICA $;

,tentlon of an the people the necetn v..Their products being made by loose flashing separated laps, ease and road ability, and fully worthy of the support of the JACKSONVILLE! .l(

IIty of calling on them when in experienced workmen have given accidental breaks, weakened spots swifter acceleration: A delightful people for not only. It the lead1mg with' for'the immediate 1%
mule. them a'class by Itself. The men stood and experience In store for Nash- This distributor ha been work- tatted ,providing -
need of homes or where water has always concern engaged In Its special
: In charge are good citizens of the give you an estimate on needed requirements Lafayette owners and non-owner field of endeavor but their beer I* ing full time and ha hardly been need of the people of this M

community and ready to prompt If you wish It. If your alike. fast gaining a wider reputation of able to meet the demand since vicinity. With broader vision of 3,
public Improvements. roof needs no repairs nor protection The experienced and well known general excellence. the public ha learned to depend the future prosperity, they have *
of wholesomeproducts.
the best (
them for
I SHOP ,. you are under no obligation proprietors and assistant in this Old South, 1* the leading and on Their products are fast mad Improvement with the 'view" '?t

FERRELL to them, and you have the satisfaction -' establishment are business men of most popular priced beer Try a Becoming the most popular brands of greater expansion of their *er... .?'
:5-2007 in s
414 Main Phone there will standing and prominent
of knowing high bottle and become an Old South throughout the country due to Its vice and have been loyal supporter ,
JACKSONVILLEPt'pI'IE..flID5..jr5fl CO. time. life of the com
JEWELRY commercial
roof trouble for some the
no drinker. purity, Ingredients and modern for community betterment.In ;/,
have filled contractsin munity. They are boosters for the
FOODS 220 Main Phone 5-3012 They this community many and In the way community and in this edition It 1* In conclusion Ve will say that' equipment used in production. conclusion we will say that '*,

All Pet Supplies JACKSONVILLEThe business, farm residence eminently fitting-and proper that the prosperity of this firm Indicates -,. 'This I Is one of our modern dlrlbutor's *-' the prosperity of this firm Indicate I

""Finn Pet Shop In .The' Booth" of and public In fact, in all kinds of buildings we direct your attention to V. a bglher order of the business of the community and Is a higher order of the) business !:;,
Is always on and management on the part ofresponsible management on the part of
of the
gift season been aid to the ad- Faulk Co. as one of the very fully worthy of the support
he baa a
Theer Is no concern more wor- the Jeweler receives his share in and modernization of Important features of the efficiency officer and director people, for not only I* It the leadIng responsible officer and director

',thy of extended mention In this making possible the wisest selection vancement of this section. who have taken a splendid Interest concern engaged In Its special who have taken a splendid Interest

review than this well known Pet of presents for aU occasions.The the community. of the business in public improvement. They field of endeavor but their brand la public Improvement. They *

Stop. The heads of this concern stock of Ferrell Jewelry Co. In this review The post office warns against merit, the trade of every citizen are fast gaining a wider reputationof merit the trade of every cltlsen
are men of long practical experience Judgment life of this part of the country we after tasting products after tailing products
I has been selected with rare Christmas Seals on the who can general excellence. who can
in this bU8ln ll& They are and Includes everything are glad to compliment the Gray putting front of letters. Put them on the which they distribute appreciate The management and associatesIn which they distribute appreciate, .
the economic -
thoroughly conversant with IU every necessary to conduct a modern and Roofing Co.their Inc., upon activities merit. back of the envelope. good beer. S this company have not been .at- good quality

detail and'are considered anj "___.;__.s.. ._ store. Here ,will be position .

;'L authority the operation In. :all of a that modern pertains'pet- establishment. to vfound,--diamond-*-,the--novelties leading" rings makes pins in silverware and of watches ornament --, CONSUMERS CITRUS SALES CORP., SINCLAIR REFINING CO. {I

The Hopkins Pet Shop Is not clock of handsome design, and an WAREHOUSE NO. 10
only well equipped and expertly extensive variety of jewelry.It 1325 TALLVRAND AVE. 1,1

operated, but it Is also one of the I* Important that we .have JACKSONVILLE-PHONE 5-2137 L, ABRAHAMS.. General Agent '
:, essential features of the commer- f'
L 4e1&J organizations of the com u- conscientious firms like thl one S S AND PACKAGEDCIlRISTlIAS Probably no other company In to succes l
aid in the reduction of price FRUIT-BULK liberal They are authorities on lubrication
l lily and render a service that istMces who the vicinity* a more con
|(' ary to the onward progress of living for the people. GIFT BOXES A SPECIALTYand tributor to the development of this and will be glad to give youpointers. ;;

b',of this section. w.._v tako... .r-----.articular nleasur j..w in reasonable price. section of the country than the 'f'
to thla establishment order is given It I* delivered on the the Your motor trouble will end for 'i
>,' ta directing our readers firm In Jackson- Sinclair Refining Co. Today )
making this review of the onprogress A progressive of 'I
Went< compliment and to point to this I ville. The Consumers Citrus Sup- same day It 1* received. Because of the high quality are prepared to render service ol ver when you fill up with the oil ,;
I we enterprise the The fact that their trade extend: product handled this well known character that resist heat and contain the ',
them of the business and ships the most metropolitan
tore a* one
on the manner In which this ply Corp. packages Is for this sectiona ("
wrtltutlort of the country that Is aidingIn and Sebew brands over all the community, this concern has gained and It may well. be said that this least sediment. Their oil ia what '
Is ;and Pick
operated upon famous as an
their making this a more progressive gained recognition their special field, brings new commercial prestige oil company Is one of the **sentinl your engine needs. ;
progressive and public spirit0 which have retailer that couldbe ..
nd adds prosperity market for give the most
as the faces new business contributor to the commercial: Their gasoline .
-Policies, to which they adhere place to live. throughout the handle country anything from to the city In which they gained in no other manner. development of all surrounding power and speed a* well a. the .

best. They. to the large volume are located. I If you want anything in the line country. Its growth ha been the quickest pickup of any motor fuel .

H box: up. Due large Their products will be found In telephone them or call at their establishment result of admirable policies followed on the market. You do not have 'l '
have a
11 HARLE -D VJDSfJN, SALES CO. of business fresh fruit, they dally for their demand by all who ,.insist on the and when you have deielded in its direction and It has merited to ever change from one gas- to ;''i
supply are rapidly best. The stcry of the success of what you need you can depend the large patronage It receive another with the change In the ii' ,.

I E'Y. VIDS9NMo'rO'RCYCLES customers. People of the facilities this company Is I one that many on it that this well known today and the prominent position weather It you patronize dealer ''; \

I taking advantage this In Jacksonville business men would find profit- firm will see that you get It. It holds In the commercial world or station! which handle their
offered 'by bringing a larger able reading. The' firm began Its have been closely allied of this part of the country. Each product
therefore with 1,1
that success -I become otDlOI'II We are pleased to point
II career with the belief of this day ha seen It* service
payroll tothe city. could be obtained by furnishing with the busmen Interests and more essential value, and pride to the Sinclair Refining C., iJ.-/i
.:fPhone It has been their endeavor to always reasonable margin section of the state for some Urn to the and to commend them In the clam. 'i
I It I Indispensable
SERVI-CARS a today *
PACKAGE: TRUCKS freshest of \ fruits upon Instrumental In up- f
I furnish the very and have been furnish to' the
3-9140: With this method The management I* of service they,
I v UW.ForsytbStteet thembusiness of profit.
the coun-
t Fruit and It has brought 'and building this section of busutes and trade. and assure everyone that

I I Jacksonville Florida 'I 'fro**, every point., Both In mind account and of reduced their location expense they try, and the Institution should entire receive familiar the experience with the has learned the b1'l' when they. buy oil from th ro.thy 'c
customer are urged on of the best.I .
old and new the patronage will get the very
their career upon feature that are
I flARiy-fttVweOJ IS HERE find proceeded upon rious
I THENEW:,, : 1M I to use the phone when they foundation of good value people.
DEMONSTRATION. If an the solid
L. COMB Of FOB that more convenient, and ,

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WEALTH OF'GIFTS IS FOUNDIN Store--Y: will find some very ate sufferers from tuberculosis? lives -

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished LOCAL STORES beautiful dolls, tea sets, and tin ''Each penny spent for Christmas The reason
TOO LATE (Continued From Page One) I ware for the little girl, for the little seals goes directly to work to pre- phaslzed in seal sales are roe,
1877 boy they have pocket knives vent infection and spread of tuber.. schools III that *

TO CLASSIFY and blue, these robes Just come In tricycles, scooters--and (toy guns.If culosls, to maintain beds in hospitals thirty-fve, per cent of Indlvldll'' 1

3 v MEMBER.VLORIDAPRESSASSOCIATION. *"" and are rapidly gaining popular you are looking;tor agift for a where by. proper- care those are Infected before the '
X1 Ry RU.WLL KAY have u completeline sick from this disease may be' teen age of'
Ity. to their len's departmentyou sportsman they and that by
i It..ret.rr, Florida Pre.. Aeen. made well and restored to I health
will fJndlddisslng'gownll. Beau of fishing and hunting goods. happiness tlon many children ' : \ ,. 1Q35 e Brummei ties and many other Beautiful guns, flashlights and and usefulness I this Infection for may be 8par
1 .. .:' 3 QtWGVfAi :7 1OtdOjGt You know I've Just enough gifts. which would please father, other hunting equipment may be '' It Is often erroneously stated be prevented/and Cured.tUbercUloSis t,

!! -. --- ., -- .. .. "country boy" In my makeup to brother or the boy friend. found at Gaasett's.:' This store has that Christmas seals are "Red The sales to date
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class always get a whale of a thrill out Colored paper, ribbons and seals bargains in all hardware and some Cross Seals" and sold by that noble County have been lower in Bradt",

li Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida of trip to the big town, and whileI ((10 Christmassy) to wrap that furniture.By organization. Since 1910 the year because' of a recent than 111
doubt It I would ever want to perfume let in can be found atMitchell' this time rm sure you have Christmas seal has been under the the chairman which 1I111t81!
-- -- make it my permanent home It Store. On display : suggestions galore for everyone in management solely by the Tuberculosis from '11
E. L. Matthews. ___,,. ..,______________ Editor and Owner Drug doing very ..trewou't'for
,..,' ,, sure 1* a swell place to spend a are Cutex Manicure seta In i the family, and those who are not, Association the Red Cross conditions are
--- -.-- ,- -- -- -- .. -- -. -- --., r_ brief vacation. leather cases with a zipper, soconvenient yet in the family, but are equallyas I having its hands full with disasters than a year ago. certainly belt
1;: SUBSCRIPTION RATE The countless blocks of towering: to take on a week-end I Important. The Telegraph hopesit I and emergencies. Send In

l'i in AdvanceAdvertising building, the millions of people, trip, and they have. compacts, all baa saved you ,a few minutesof The reduction In the tuberculo- seals received your remittance i
Six !Months 75c Payable by
Yearly $1.50
'; ; the hustle and bustle always give kinds and all prices single, double,' valuable time, and wishes to sis rate since 1904 is equivalent to them from the mall, or purcha

:. Rates on ApplicationBy .. me the Impression that I'm in a and triple, a beautiful assortment take this opportunity of wishingyou a saving every year of 179,000: M. Alvarez's store.chairman or at
} -- -- -- --" -- -- -- -- --- gigantic mad-house. of gift stationary, EveningInParis a Merry Christmas and a Happy -

RED And everyone takes life so seriously and Coty sets, and dresser New Tear.SEAL -
KERCE.- -everyone Is always in a Bets. They have shaving sets for .--. .
hurry. They fight their way men and military brush seta, and MERRY CHRISTMASand
v.E It's a worse crime to kill somebody: else's time than your through whirling doors and turnstiles cigars cigarettes and smoking tobacco SALE NOTES

; own. Jump madly from a localto in gift packages and just Jr:1:
7 an express to save two minute, lots of boxes of Whitman's can (By MRS. _J. M. ALVAREZ) .
q 0 I only to lORe five watching a street dies and My! I'm all out of breath, A joyous Christmas season is HAPPY NEW
# Taxpayers carry the load, it seems, and tax-eaters the! vendor demonstrate a Mickey you go see. with us once more. Gaily trim-
Mouse toy or gazing at a window At 'ifargwerltes Shoppe, the med packages and attractively *
lW; elections.. dresser making up a new window smartest In ready-to-wear and cos- sealed greetings are being sent to

,S' r 0 display. tume accessories! always accept- all quarters of the earth as tok- To Our Friends and CustomersGive

; From morning 'till night the able and desirable, may be procured ens of,friendship and kinship,
\ If couldn't around to"shopping ea-Iy then shop
get ,< '
p you crisp order "Stand Back Please"and for"'her". Sweaters a beautiful Does'your package show the Peterson's Perfect
J late-but shop. "Watch Your Step" rings in assortment of costume Jewelry double barred cross-the emblemof

,,1;[. 0 -- your ear. Great tides of humanity for both daytime and evening the Tuberculosis Association, Milk and Cream Trial
K"I Mi-vf't. "?;. ; > giving evidence that at this sea- a
1. push you this way and that. You wear, scarf and beret sets, lovely);
Let's have more outdoor Christmas trees to dress up the enter an office and hang up linen handkerchiefs hand embrold son you have paused in your happy
;; town this year : against the 'outer guard of telephone ured and lace trimmed, also beautiful pursuits to think of the unfortunCOLUMN See-Y our Babies Smile.PETERSON'S .

,) girls and office boys who : handkerchiefs, and evening
o ask If you have an appointment In bags, in both gold and silver. A

111 A ',frown: Is'just an contagious as a smile, so be careful a tone that Is Intended to give youa complete line of fittings for "baby" GENT A WORD DAIRY

:jt which you pass on. terrible inferiority complex. I knitted sweaters and sacques as .
Each morning the great maw of well as novelty gifts.If 'I

'! Manhattan opens up to receive its are looking for toys and
you :
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tots of girls will be making resolutions now that next quivering squirming influx of humanity fireworks for the kiddies be sure -----
poured into It from every to go to Dampier's Hardware FOR SALE-New and'used Bicy
Itl, year is leap.. year. direction by elevated subway, In- cles. See me before buying Also -
'>1' terurban bus and train, chugging Dow-
0 Bicycles repaired. Billy
offices cf Ruthroff and Ryan advertising -
ferry boats and numberless motor Inlg. P. O. Box 581, Starke, Fla.
t housewife makes both ends meat when agency handling our clt
\ The thrifty preparing cars. People, people people, fighting .
rue account. It Is one of the largest -
their way to work, fighting tfFOR .
turkey left-overs. ,
q :, and moat efficient In the coun- ,
Alabama seed
they way home again, day in and SALK- pea
"o try and the .manner in which they Ga8 eU's Hardware Co.:
day out in the Bummer's stifling nuts at ,
.' have talken hold of the Job la '
iRi 1.: A popular President is the one who is serving the firstsix heat and the winter's bitter cold- credible.* Now, if we can Just very ex- Itp .., ., '.
never ending and never over.
;,t ? months of his first term. ercise a little more common sense Wakefield cabbage plants vnow
o And it is into the very heart of: and Judgment Intelligently'reg ready other'varieties'80011./ $1 Warm and Cheerful l is the
this mad whirl that Florida has
as- ulating the1 movement of our fruit per thousand. 3,000 and 10,000
For a country that produces no oil, Italy is certainly stirring sembled the'most complete and from this -end, the campaign lots cheaper In proportion. A. J. red of the Christmas poinsettia. -

_. :,up a .lot of troubled water. charms comprehensive advantages exhibit, products of. her and I'should prove very beneficial. The Griffis. ,tf May the atmosphere of
alarming price decline on Florida
_____ o resources that has yet been staged. fl'uh last week Indicates the need WRITE or see us for SELECTED
home be
1 Recovery is on a firm basis, we read. And business firms, Back by the knowledge and experience of prompt action in .this direction. Runner and Spanish Peanut Seed" your just as cheer-
gained at A Century o( '"" Greenwood Products Co. Peanut '
basis Progress In Chicago, Earl Brown ORDBB, .... AND Shellers. High Springs, Fla. ful this Christmas,' ringing

and his co-workers have outdone NOTICE NOTICM le hereby TO APPRAR given to J.. E. Furnished with joy and laughter
FOR RENT apartment
411 school children should believe in Santa Clausdon'tthey themselves In this presentation, Bcihannau and wife, Daley Bohan- :
the Florida National Exhibits at nan that a'Hill of Complaint nan with private bath. pa- .
.get a two week's holiday? Rockefeller Center, bean'filed'In as'i'lnat you and each of rage free. F. A. Scott Phone 64, V
you the Bradford
County, f: fl.f.oYtcO.'a:; Starke Fla.. Itp
---0 Even before the exhibit was of-
In that certain cause entitled The To All School Patrons
We wouldn't call it hard drinking under repeal. In fact, ficially opened thousands bad visited Federal Land Dank of Columbia, LOST-One dark bay mare, mule ,

Ws. much too easy for most people.' the lifelike the exhibit halls entranced by Plaintiff wife IJulnr, vermin. illohannan J. E!. Hohannan, et al.. and Defendant Weighs about 800 Ibs.' Also one Teachers, and Students, I Extend -
dioramas palms, tropical ,
Jo".rorm a. deecrlptlon light bay horse mule, weigh. about
iIII 0 plants, colorful fruit displaysand and foreclosure covering; a the Mortgage following aM.da-reformed 900 Ibs. Reward., O. W. Barry Best Wishes Of the Sea-
,January 1 is the time when father's' pocketbook will look other attractions' scribed lands .ultuate, lying; and be* Brooker, Itp i
On the thousands the In Bradford County, Florida, to.NV ,
',v* opening day ..
'worse than the ties he got for Christmas. :-< to" -
mbre w"' to !
trekked OUT failing
through the buDdIng of NWi of NWVi of Section' SELLING Owing
___ -, listening to Governor Sholtz 85, Townnhtp South of Range 11 health I will sell out everythingI I son.A.

'Americanism: Kicking up a row' about saving a Consti stirring dedication address followed crlbud Beet and aw morn beginning particularly at' Northwest de- own In Starke: home, tools some i J. GRIFFIS'
by s sincere and cordial Invita- corner of Section 85 TownnhlD 6 metal roofing, lumber sawed out '
tutlon'that the average, man never read. t tion from charming Ruth Bryan South of Range ti Kant, and running of virgin pines 2x6 and Iota of .:
Kant 1386 feet to the 8. A. LIly
... o Owen to come and visit our state. ; thenrw South and parallel odds and ends" useful about your SUPT. PUBLIO INSTRUCTION

"Beauties 'PreteI' flain Husbands," says headline. Theydon't And everyone who visits the exhibit fly with 8SO the feet West; thence Hide or Went the S.to A.the U home or farm. If you are lookingfor j

Is not content until they can Bortlon line, dividing. : Sections 34 bargains come to 403'South __ r_._ .. _, ... .... ___
wapt any competition for the spotlight. return and bring others to see it and SB: thence.'North' 830 feet to Thompson. W. E. Daugherty. If .
the point at beginning. I
0 and already this word of mouth Also commencing at the SW
Murder is advertising Is bringing ever increasing rorner of Section 2A, Township 6 Hog Prices at Central Florida
becoming that hardly daresto
so common anyone South of RanK S3 East and running Livestock Market Gainesville,
thump your ears on a cold morning crowds while dally radio Rant on the Section line 1820 Florida last December Why'' Worry?
anymore.. talks and constant publicity In feet I thence North 420 feet; thenre Monday,
}. SVest.lI2s-feels! thence South, 420
o metropolitan'papers will help to feet 16.Top
to the point of beginning.Containing
No. 1 180 to 250 Ib 97.65
Most of us don't need anyone tell where to get off swell the growing tide of visitors.I In all 23 acre more or
lees, and being Ibs. No. 2, 150 to 180
doubt if other In Hertlona as and per 100 ; Top HERE ARE YOUR XMAS GIFTS
if we can only find someone'to tell .us how to get on. ,done by the,any state this winter advertising wUl Eaet.THEREFORE 98. Tu\vn. hp, South' of Rang 22 ba., $7.40 per 100 Ibs.;,Top No. 3,

o prove as effective and profitablefrom you and. each of 130 to 150 Ibs., $7.30 per 100 Ibs.; WAITING. .FOR YOU AT JACOBSRingless
named in.title Notice are here- 130 Ibs. $7.45
No. 110 to ,
Science !is developing a stingless bee. This will probably the standpoint of the amount tOil required Appear to the said Top 4r
invested '.. this marvelous exhibitat I RIM of domplHlnt HO filed agalnet per 100 lbs; Top No. 5, 60 to 110
tiyp make the,honey taste,leSs sweet to the average person.Nowadays'the you. ,on> the',.8 ( day of February bs.. $8.05 per 100 Ibs. :
+ Rockefeller Center; ; 930. at the Court House In Stark.,
o Horldal othwrwlne, a Deere Pro Auction Sala of all classes of
The support given the exhibit by Confe.no will be' entered against Livestock Every' Monday. Your
young man who seeks'a'sttafght.shooting the Citrus Commission "1s more Appear-you and -.endi- [.o( you, for failure to cattle and hogs will bring you l

'i wife for al11ate'islikely to be making a target of himself. than Justified and the 'return',on 'It la' OUDIiJIUau! that this Notice more money If">sold through our
4 that Investment will be felt in In- be published once a week for four market. TherV'will' be a sale at
o onn.acutlve week In the Bradford
creased demand for Florida cit- ....
Count having before Christmas
n The Delray: Beach' News observes that 'no matter how! rus fruits! They''should' however general rlrculatign\ 'In Bradford\ our market which is Monday December 23, as wellas

4d'' hard times are the manicurist always 'makes .money hand set the full benefit It.offers .by County Thin 10 Florida.daN. of Pec..nlbero.A. D. every other Monday throughout II III
.tying up with the exhibit In their 933r commission
The slung -
fist the
over A. J.THOMAS year.
advertising now appearing iu nor- I Clark Circuit' Court 'of is moderate. Central Florida
o I thern papers with the line' "Don't I Bradford County Florida. Livestock Market Gainesville, Fla

ct Governor Talmadge says he'' may be1' a candidate, for Fall to Visit the Florida Nation l-20-5t-l'17/ D'f SLLA l g
al Exhibits ,at Rockefeller Cen- 'I ;
.President, Well, there are few men we'd more enjoy seeing ter." .. I .... ..
defe ted. Every !Man Wants a Com
: During my brief stay in New
,.fi 0It York I took time,.out to visit the Chiffon'' Hose fortable Bath Robe We

: would' be real war news to read a dispatch from Rome MAKE SUREThat Will Delight Any Woman Have and Ianyatterns Colors.

uteUing'of an Ethiopian victory, or one from Addis Ababa: ,79c 1.98
telling of Italian :
an victory,
w '
; o'A -

five-acre farm in Manhattan is'valued at $400,000. 8TABKB Bedroom .Slippers (t-'

a''(,> Maybe that's where they raise all that Walt, Street-:stockwe've PROGRAMBEGINNING BOY':and GIRL -. I ...\\t ...

,heard so much about
o FRIDAY will enjoy

': a A,.Wisconsin man hibernates like a bear during the winter FRIDAY, DEC. tOTII. many more

? Some others we'know howl like one when. they have to "The Big Broadcast"

build n fire -on ,cold mornings.o ALL STAR CAST HAPPyCHRISTMASES

t' :Weave enough of an optimist to string along with Roosevelt andSo'

;cc who-'says the country'' Is on the .upgrade, rather than "Wanderer Of TheWasteland" Fine Shirts, White

with .Hoover, who says! it isn't. I Comfortable Colors. Regular

''v -. .";-. -k I TilE ONLY W A y"yoit ; And{ So,Attractive 1.50'Value
----trap ---- Doan J-stK"r

The, Nizam'of Hyderabad has purchased radios for every Gall Patrick I t CAN BE SURE IS'TQ? 49c'to 1.00 1.00 __

3: village in his state. If this doesn't cause a revolution the Ni SUN.-MON.. DEC.. J -%- : 'a ; / CARRY ADEQUATE"LIFE 1.91
has e cause for future worries. I PRICE REDUCED ,Russian Style Pajamas
zam no : 'Here's to Romance' INSURANCE. SEEN
,. ONALLLADIES''and 98
-- 0 Nino Martin I 'US BEFORE ,THE : MEN'S Belt Sets
An Iowa girl has been in two plane wrecks, three au osR1a."hups Genevieve Tobin .
1S" and 'a"tra.1n crash. We suppose she still jumps on a TCES.-WED, DEC. ...-9 I DISCUSS SHOES .. Men's :IJnen 'Kcrchiefg_
i,, chair ,when she: sees a' mouse,.ho ever., : "RED SALUTE" LET'S
i. o i .. .
Barter SUknuryck t \i
' Holly is all right, but' for..Christmas colors we'd much Robert Young --

rather have the green and red of fresh strawberries. are Rubs DeaDelly EVE

w' making. "their 'appearance. in local 0 stores. '. Rlcl-tr Arien I ,HAROLD I C. WALL Ask Us About The RulesJACOBS'

Political 'writers say that in the forthcoming' ecUoneach '''Let'Em Have It" I1J, rJtAL INSURANCE" ,

major party,will put up a good line of baloney.! Now if TRVB&-rar. Uacanco2T. I Sew : :

some third party would Come along with some bread we could VIICIaIa .. 'lt
have a sandwich. ,ist. .... NEXT: nooa''I'O'y' omc&- -

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: 'i'.t'y'r. {lI:;; }) 7 \ ;: \ plana were laid at meeting held'' ';t., ,,;
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.,,' fif ,1f."r .J 1- ((5r{ { i.fx.! { ::) : .: {radford.Dinner will be held The Job of staging dinners' wt'9 t.

.. 1:1E I'k i'I;! ", \... throughout the nation' wa handed' J t .fi ."'
; ./ft'/i ti: i i! to the young Democrats by James', ''f'| *,;$
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., f i1i ., ti f ttii'r'''' .. ... HUGE SUM tlonal committee, and the moves. 17 :
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(. t-:,. .li .. \, ''' ",\ I, ., : all over the country, at 10 o'clock I I'
..y A ., ,l ;.- by radio. There will be local "':" \
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'J ( : ." .. rJ i -- plan for which have not yet been, I: ,
) "i4ii i X ,'J" .. q TOMATOES LEAD REVENUE completed. ..' ,.
f f..t!' $ >>ikli" ." t,' <" 1 PRODUCERS IN H. C. Wall, president of the ; \ "
4I1 \'tt; "" Bradford club, Monday night ap-'j:' t{ 1"f. .
: ; .J : \ ;!* !fi, tii1H. : : :G f : : ) ,\ i{ ,, 1J ,. FLORIDA-- pointed the following committees -'<+'" 'j' ..
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\ ."l'"r. e The Florida State Marketing to guide the dinner to the bigDees S
.' 'J' ,, .. -- ., s .1 \ 'j Bureau that it I Ie expected to be: Dr. $| JWl\'
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; 11.,'., '. ; :\ ,, \ iI the truck crops grown In this H. B. McLendon in charge of arrangement -;. "
1f. .." ,1 .,. r"'f';s ', f "\, ilo iI";' .,, .:., ,\.: ':: J' jo. :: tate in the 1B34-38 cesium at *; Charley E. Johns 'Qji'I'( t

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\ ',' J. B. Alexander and Mr. WalU.wiU, :
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1 \. 'I a per capita basis this
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'",\ J'oi .. fll l ,',. '. "! ,:. ,. would be have charge of the sale of tickets: ,; p.
: $28 each.
a. I t' 'o\!! .f '
.. "
r''J:. <' .,' m. x... Matthew, publicity. The : (
it'llf'.. j', ; : """ ,,,'; ." .( \ ; ,! ...... Tomatoes led all of the truck committees will meet, at $ o'clockthis ;, ; '''!
It't'; Y' \ .. 'J 1 //1; crop with a return of more than afternoon at Mr. Wall's office.:,, 1>>: .J''

.. .:.): .,."\"'". ..... ./.. ,.I .' .- ..t:, \' '.. : ." J" ?A lilt and three-quarter million, or ; yI want to make' this perfectly t '
JIr. .. more than a million '
'. .0"" '. ;1/1 : '", ; If dollan'pli.Mt1 char from the outset," Mr., Wall' $; 'r
''' p : .id4 ... ,. '. .. .' r t'" ; ;l". i.., f'i], of the next two leading money aid Monday night, ."Besides honoring -; w q j !,
.. ",. .,_,._,, w I''. .1 l4. ,, ) .',' ,' 'I'" '" I ; ;t ," I producer*-celery, worth $1S.4"',- two great leaden of Democ 'M it.t! .I \
.. .,"",' < t. rip'' .j4.f: : :f ;. .... 437, and beans and lima, at' i .
ti ... "' l l n ...if ;\1 r"Rlu I( ? 'M I r, ;; c .. $8- racy,the fundamental purpose ot'JIIo! ,_ :,
,, : 1''! y .., ., "':,''" ,..:" ;. ', -, '.. "' ,': .,.".'. 1..: 1- ,,,. "' -1: ,: : ; -'fV'f. '" \ J JH Cabbage brought back a '
....r ...". chest for the Democratic; National '; '. :
't 6 .. ', ; ''i- .
:JIo! ,' ' ,
". ,,, 'r. "r.. .
'' both
.1:1.: ,.'j. 'J. "!.',' "<\;,',:," .0 :# < .
o' which '
ran almost to three "
million;; hI
I will" forwardadtimmedtatel( to.:. "
"::0' ; ',), .,;, .. ., :,: while pepper ran something more Chairman Farley Ion,, Washington,:, 11' : .
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11 :: .. ; ; ,. ,, :\" ... J; (. I
} 7' \ ,
'(1JI ':\ ) ', \ .1.r"l.f1Ij:. ", ,t.\\ri.t'' !:; ," "" ,: .-" '- ". :,' than a million and a quarter. Eng together; with. a memorial signed K ,;."
( I .',"' .. r.. : .'..l'.... ,. -' ". \ ,, "' ( ;"'. :'1).".:" .'. \ .", : lish pea ran to a little more than by every ",diner,. ''for;' President. :$({ J' 11,.,'.
{ '
".' : ,. '- \ ', ',' .J. '" one-half million watermelon and ,Roosevelt. This li-s\ real OJIporAI 41(:
\, .'L' ., \" 1(.; ..
,h.I!:." .j., .'J\ \ I.."' .... ...'ti: : .. l.T' .'. I IY. ""f-. .. .. ,.,rt4I'iG '., ,. '11,1"': ..IT' cucumber to mere than three. tunlty0 IIOmetbID. CODtItruG- ,t;' VI \
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... i" : .. quarter million with lettuce drop. tlve tor the and Should pot'be )
i party
'. : :
t '" 'r :
;. ; ; ; '
Ii ping '1T3,752. .
jdi .. f'" b,. ." "'\",. '. \, mll.ed. W. are expecting: 1\ 7''
X ,: r atq n., <.(' ea.: : ; ':),:" w :r.:,', ira;' ',1 ; The marketing bureau found Bradford County Democrats, to lr ?/!
,' ,, -, ',
\ ,,' ''')jfJ.rt I .
'lIS "' show their loyalty.- ": ;Yff '
17 '" .\ c., W",' ..... ..I ".'i': ,. 11:", ::1.1"iJ' i//. ,: ; .. '" >; '. Floe' DetaUed arranaem..ta. for"the; ", w:

y ,. 1 ." ,, -<'",1:11" '<",.. rI", ...". ', ". -.':".!..., .," ( "..". ..'' "f r I load of celery It went into com dlnne1" hero ..m be announced. { : .}I:r
# .... ., ,
: '
1 '
',- V'l f ,' 0 petition with 4717 carload grown later \t\:
k V r ': 'l: ;t y : elaewher.; and the 7147 carload eTEN '--.I.9.! 1;-.1'' '
: "
..j."I; : of> tomato were in competition
: : with 10.317 carload grown Jm' SLOT 11/ .

)Mexico, Tex and California. Alike MACHINES l. ,
4 rb
1 f4 :+, j competition was met by the l ; A

other Florida-grown vegetable.,, LICENSED BY COLLECTOR ", .
\ P I -. ._ SINCE. LASTWEEK 'J. .

zcg' } SEWING MACHINESFOR ''>i'I'"1'lt I';,

-- COUNTYNEW Ten additional slot machine 11-.'i s ,\\i; .T
-4 "
erases were Issued this w'ek'. et \

: .T jffJ. "' BID EQUIPMENT USED BY TO' Knight.the office They of Tax were CoIlectOlfC..A.for. the; frol-i,,j I ; "

\\lj. "'" r D a \,\.., {I D J a if. WOMENBradford lowing 1'10A.operator. Simonton! ; Starker O. B.Colson .*,;', J",,;.,.'.

J \ 0 County laborer on Brooker; H. B..rPriest.l'| ,! '
ft7--- b00 J three project, county road. Alligator Stark; Mrs. C. J. Brown Stark; *3 3Mrs. <
I Creek and the wage line. .- K. E. Andrew, two machines,;fJ,t;, .11 .
II received pay' check totaling 1. Starki D. L. Or er.two., ma. >I

I'I' 072.10,-Wednesday morning or chine,. -Starker D.. L. SilcoX;' : t 1
}. -.dr-: '_., ....,.-:._. ."*.-- r- .....___,.... -. ,.1 der to have them for Chrtatma Stark;, and Albert 'Ilartman.;fj; i, 1 ''
: n. .. "
w uurr w. .w.- Laborer the
wr.nvr.w on airport Indexing Starke. .
-It .
or eo tlnued' absence from' the criptionr Mvru-nayii MM r..
In- his brief Walden: did\ not thla week made his formal &JIIoIIOUDCelDellt State, according college enroll and the court house "t,
J due. br' other' < word. Mr. county record State Comptroller J.MLee to- -
borne of one or both: parent 11'IoI'6'Ida 'Irk ...... with Judge to succeed himself and wen J l'
directly meat statistic -' 7 ,
addition received their check last
may receive for the care f1C Its : I' tar dark .....an right with the world" sued a warning week that unlicensed -> j.
candidate the
will be made' av
tar his holdJD.tbat artier in the week. mschlne* would be) eovfleX:>Tcated l: ;?
dependent much I ContlnentL and If more people could say the II..i A
children a* a* 90 and I coming primaries for ,a second The Can Company )
la a distinction between a Job TeD 1'j !
new Singer sewing machines Inspectors being placed on :
monthly for the tint or only child an ofnce. He did claim, however term for the office of Secretary report 1934 a* the beat year In Itahlatol' am* thing It be rigfttwith were received It the WPA road .. v ok> 'J.7p l'iiI'I'I'the' '
and 94 for each additional child in the ;
the that the QUlncjud..e had placed 1 State. ,': ) eountl'i office Wednesday fur ue In county '
Mine home. This would require -
Futch In the wrong category.In \ sewing room. ::1 .t''': \
: -- ---
to he maximum in'-Flogging
secure,{ Federal Arrests '
a.similar-case. Judge Love O. R Mlddleton' ; of Hawthorne, :
0 '
grant. that the county or
State contribute? $12' of It* own held that Rep...t. N, Kennedy wa new time keeper, 'who baa been Six *upded Tampa policeman."; ,,' -''
.funds not entitled to serve aa executive with the local office for two weea.1..Id' and two Orlando men cbargeeVtandlctments ;"t; 1",;,
for the tint child,
:or' bD1- and CovnW'; .."
returned the
and $8 secretary: of the state game W rI t ''rrtrrapI' Wednesday. that 134 'womenare by
for' each additional
monthly ',
fresh water fish commission. He now "empIC'lJeeI' : 'In the various ty Grand Jury with the second degree :
child. Thl allow. .
wauld'glvs ruled that was an office, and e01letltuted sewing' room." They work thirty- Hogging IDUl'der.1Il JO.I II.; 1i"w,
aces amounting $18 monthly a violation of the constitution. Shoemaker murderous" -*iiU ...'I 11-
Wishes two hour week and are paid90.0O
for the first child: and $12 month to file ; Sam Roger and X. WPoulot, and<<] '
Kennedy ,' >
'... r. for each of sixtyfourhours. ,
fi ly for period. ;
each additional child one- a *.. ) ;. '
an appeal the supreme court. 0" : be kidnapping the. three man ;/ ,
third of this to be paid from Federal .almet! Christmas at home' with 'I"'7':<'' !
Quo warrants action \ Its Readers Large and Small '" I r- _.. .-_ spent ?'
fund'' The State and coun- nineteen other legislators who hold ;" .... heir faraille' .The.onc..*. who ,;:\. ,)! .,
ties nay give. smaller allowances additional' tntj positions is pend- ,.. r, -. .." ',' f : More Gas Used were arrested last Wednesday and o! '{ tijfreed
\- ... .
these but II. they'do,' the in Judge Loves court. ,, 'A' '"" GaeoUne eonmimpUon in Brad- under $9900* .bond ,Monday >
"" ral allowances wm be $1 for -ng r._.:..;.., ._01' ........ ';':. ',.: ;t }- ord County rose lightly from 64. .. night on warrant! charging them'/ I; ..
;\Sich $2 given by the State; or the '' : ) with and murder made ': Mti'bond
Grows Fine Orange ; <. .. ,, M8 gallon in September to VTf kidnaping .H' ;, .
Nlowancee may be larger 'than ....... r .\, .. 328 gallon In November, accordIng of |7500 last night following J; ; '..".4.
arned.. but If they arthe: Federal Ire. Rosa Constantine, who re- Happy :' to figures jut released by the the return I Indictment by. thw&!! !"" ', /\

contribution will not ba larger centry bought the Tom Wallace ''. -. New) Year //iA tate Department of Agriculture. Orand Jury this week. TIle two> ;rJ:!: ,, ,ri'"
"xui 9ft tae the flrat.child and $4 place near Therema, brought some / me use of kerosene rose from 5.I ,- Orlando men were freed this morn.lj i 1
'- .for each additional child.. fine[ Satsuma orange Into the I I 191 gallon in September to 6,375 lug after posting bond Th per. ''ii';'..
,'; TheM, In a large'measure, will' Telegraph office last Saturday. gallon last month. Ions Indicted were Sergeant C. A.:f I .. .
-, lit mother pension type of cases. These were some of the largest orange .! Brown. Patrolmen Sam E. CI'oIbT.'i;' ",1 .k'

.The Federal'Go.erameat now '* of this Yariety ever grown r". W. Bwltser. John P. Bridge:'. 'I
>sires! to assist Florida in caring: around here. Mrs. Contantlne la ,: Ut's Work Together During .1 936rToAdvan'toTheln : Mrs.. String Die. Special Policeman c. '\V'. 'C UIrI... "

* ?; said. '.Although mothers' She formerly owned the Neal place Stark died Monday at hr Orlando grove c..tak.ct MM. : .

-.: Pouion and poor relief at present near' There. **.. A : erests of horn In Oil City'.; Pa. as the ..- ward Sprrey.'" Orlando. ter'; ",1 t
)", llltall considerable expense on the -. L mIn R suit of s stroke of paralysis.. > She repairman. r ("' 'i. '

,.- part of the eouaU-.' thist- 1799 the state of Georgia A; will be buried Jamestown It.'T. .. i i- '*> !'.':..i '.' k', ., r..:';
,,***. has bee he'.de- I old 80,973 8-4 acres of land to the /: Bradford County. Many years '.ago Mr*. atr...'. Tearly .vaporatk6 i* ao !idaisR>;;: 1

lllareci.' If Federal matehnt. funds ;'l'eDDMMII' company for $SOO. Today husband was 'a partnr'ht a firm greater in the couth that tiro r... ,

.r ere to be received. specific anew this land Includes all .of the here .known* the TrubyStamberfCo drop |a.jheipakoU uSl.thtelta. '

1Iaaa must be mad by every eounor '',Cusele Shoal district and Is worth I ..! ,' r11 ,, ,,. .. __ ,. 7 fa ta.Twaa? ';101 t fla 4I! ,, sit y ''L: !tJ
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PAGE EIGHT' BRADFORD. COUNTY ,_"h.n... _._ --. .
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; i2iiEc ,.County. Telegraph* 7' : IffiKRS TO SANTA CLAUSHampton

Established 1877 a --
Fla. Dear Santa Claus Starke, na, -
EMBER Dec. 18th, 1935 I am a little boy 5 years.old. I Dear Santa Clause
want you to please bring me a I am a little
((1 FLORIDA 1 > PRESS ASSOCIATION \ Dear Santa Claus. whip a hamer ft box of tacks a old red hair Blue eyeV..*Ie

\ 1935 e WE HOPE THE DAWN OF THIS We are two little sisters 6 and cap pistol & a truck. & please lb Santa ?*1
.. .- "aotwa4 3loticfa" CHRISTMAS FINDS YOU AND 8 yrs. old., We would like for you bring me some fruit A candy. With holster. TrucklS ted a pi,
+ __ j clothes for dont forget Marie she wants a doll Oranges Apples \B
: --- YOURS SMILING AND CONTENTED. to bring us some new caDdy and n
an'd Cll dolls sewing basket a' rocking & handkerchiefs A Shortie will Please remember
'P-biishecIWe kiyon' Fridays Entered as Second our a my brother
chair some.fruit and candy sure be disappointed' if you dont sisters to with love beat
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida YOU KNOW THAT THE ONES Please: dont forget our little sister think of him. please bring him a From Clarence c Johan wishes,
I NEAREST AND DEAREST TO YOU ; 9 months old.. .1 think she would tye A fire crackers. R 2 Box
;h E. L. Matthews. ___= _______________Editor and Ow f ARE FULLY PROTECTED IN like a doll some blocks and a little Wishing: you a Merry Xmas A 30
,:,I ._ ._ .n. .. .. n.- -- .. .. .n -i CASE OF YOUR DEATH. rocking chair we will be verry that your toys will reach all"the Starke, PU
;,p SUBSCRIPTION RATE I BUY YOUR INSURANCE FROM glad if you can bring us these children in the land.Maurice Dear Santa ClausI
Jackson Dyal. am a little
girl nine
't.'' Yearly $1.50; Six: Months, 75c-Payable in Advance j JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT things.Lovelngly yours. Please bring me a doll, "SS,c
',v Advertising Rates on Application f Betty Jean & Helen Adklns. Theressa, Fla. Jacks and Bracelet. Fruit
,!, _. n" .. ,. ___ _'n ---.----.-.-.. PHONE 13iIST Dec. 13, 1935. and nuts Please Dont forget ca I I
1 1i Dear Santa Claus: I rest. Love and best wishes
):i By RED KERCE' Brooker, Fla.December I am writing to tell you what Id 1 Elizabeth Johns fro

8m 18, 1935 like for you to bring m. for Xmas.I .1 R 2 Box SO(:
It's a worse crime to kill somebody else's time than y Dear Santa Claus, am a little girl will be 5 years -
I am a little',boy 3 years old. I old next June and have, Brown Dear Santa Claus
111, own. ) WISHES I want you to please, bring mea 'eyes will you please bring-me a "X am a little' girl seven
( O little truck, ,a cap pistol, a real china closet, and a-little safe. old. I will not ask you for ye,
and tax-eaters"" mouth harp and. some fruit and Sheet's and pillow case's for my this Christmas. But I ml
Taxpayers parry the load, it seems, I'elections. want a p i
,.... candy. Doll's Bed, some knifes< A fork'sand of tennis shoes "My Grandma
i and then some candy,
Don't forget my little sisters spoon's going to get me a Shlrly Ten
'?t 0Tj Mary Alllne? and Anna Louise apples A any thing that you thinka doll. I hope you can bring ,
wants a big doll each.A little girl would like.. I must a lots of nice things.
,:) .If you couldn't get around;to-shopping: ..early then si THINK OF OTHERS MORE THAN AT Merry Xmas to you. close! please dont forget me Xmas. !my counsln Joan wants Don't a stove foi,

]late-but shop. ANY TIME DURING THE YEAR. Author (De-Dee boy) Kelly Ruth Laverne Sibley, Oood-ble, Merry Christmaa
s' o-=-- DURING THE HUSTLE AND BUS- Lorene". Edna Alderma
*, '.
A' M ;* > > : I' .- -
Let's have more outdoor Christmas trees to dress uptown I Ii TLE OF THE AVERAGE WORK DAY BEAUTY AIDS IN KITCHE
i this year. WE ARE OFTEN THOUGHTLESS OF Those women who have limn
i resources need not deny them el']
8 o EACH OTHER, BUT AT THIS SEASON ;0F THE FOLLOWING ITEMS' I helpful beauty preparations Ma

$ A'frow !la'just as contagious as a smile, so be car WE SHOULD .ALL TAKE TIME ( .' '/ simple beauty treatments i a
'' .J' remdles are found right In the 1 k
''I I which you on. TO EXTEND BEST WISHES, FOR A "
pass chen cupboard or pantry, Pr

If a-------a, MERRY CHRISTMAS. FOR YOUR, XMAS LIST attractive lemon Juice: The is a big Juice aid of in keep!
c Just b
of will be making resolutions now that i ,
Lots girl: a lemon,in equal parts of cold<
.*,* year is leap, year. .. CARL:- JOINS Philco Radios Bedroom Suites ter makes a bleach that will llglen'tbeskin
on face, neck i a
n CITY CLERK ; St'dio CouchesLiving Rm'Suitea' hands.; There are egg masks, 01
The thrifty housewife makes both ends meat when if meal and egg masks, corn meal
<,-!> 9/i'. "- ,"+' 'L; thoroughly cleanse the hands, oiloibforil"scalp !
i j*" paring,turkey leftovers.A ; -WE WISH ALL OUR; ', is '
A.r .
I t. a. manage jugt.
I yt' f f*c "i1"-
?I n Rwi '. .h'fA' fore the shampoo, lemon rinsesthe J
hair, etc.-Florida
popular President is the one who is serving the If -- -..wJ Advocate
'six months of his first term. i 11.' A CHRISTMAS ,
,- i MERRY. The National Tuberculosis Aa
JK I ".)'. elation says, "Tuberculosis is
U i inecessary. U
( .". '
;; AND .".
For a country that produces no oil, Italy is certainly ., \"'at.

... ring,up a lot of troubled. water 'r. A.HAPpY NEW YEAR.
0 I

Recovery on a'firm basis, we read..And. business fi A
i '
,: we suppose, on a recovery basis rt -. .
t'tt't 411 school children should believe in Santa Claus .

t they get a two week's holiday?

._,i._--OWe ..c- jr

Se wouldn't call it hard drinking under repeal.) In CONSIDER this greetinga

i its.much too.easy for most people. / EVERYONE personal hand-shake and

h. 0 ---r Likes to LEVERYONE
with it
_ January 118 the time when father's pocketbook will o our heart-inspired
Ih worse than the ties he got for Christmas.t,'"**'. should play! that yours will be a Christmasembracing :

.- Give Christmas Gifts that' :e.-J:' every joy you could' eat
'Americanism{ kicking'up a row about saving a Co : make playtime a real pleasure. possibly ask for. '.

tution that the average man never read. ; 273

;- i i o ,,' T ,that we'll add .. mayithe: ,,

"Beauties Prefer Plain Husbands,",says'headline. .22.22 Short Long-Cartgs.Rifle Kleanbore Kleanbore'30c 15c box box &!.'x*"'. New Year be kind to you in For

don't! want any competition for the spotlight. 20, 16, 12 Ga. Kleanbore Load .... ;Prosperity, and l perfect Con- DELCIOUSWHOLESOME

0 Shells _______..,______"-__ 65c box ',4;::. tentment.SPEND .
Murder is becoming so commonthat. hardly anyoneto d 30 Lb. Fire Dogs _______...______2.50 ; ,, .

thump your ears on a cold morning& anymore. 1 24 Lb. Fire Dogs _____,.-,_____,.2.25

20 Lb. Fire Dogs __________,.__2.00 XMAS EVE
4 Most of us don't need anyone'! tell us where to gel J' Electric Irons(Standard Wt.) __3.00 ... MILKand

if we can only find someone to tell us how to get on. WATCHES( Wesckxk) _______1.25: ,
I o SKATES, (Union) ________1.75 Pr. -WITH US-

Science is developing a stingless,bee. This will prob ; I '", LUNCH KITS ...._____;.________1.75 'MUSIC"GOODEATS '
make.the honey taste Jess sweet to the average person. |tJo f CREAMGROWING
ALADDIN LAMPS ._:l__ 4.95
----- "
Nowadays the young,man who seeks straightshoowife 4' '
for a mate is likely to be'making' a target'of himseT" KNIFE. Special. _____________ 85c Ale' ,5c A Glass NEED IT MORE FOOD.THAN
The betray Beach News observes that no matter BRADFORD HARWARECOMPANY IRE : MAKE IT A PART OF,,

+. hard times'are, the',manicurist 'always makes ] I.s SPQTLIGHT ; ; 4, TOUR DAILY DIET.

over fiat! monel' ,J.'B CABUBUB ... ': ,> -- A..,HARTMAN-' ,".'0'. .,.,,.'._.,' .',. GREEN'S DAIRYUrIlemrnt"Anr'
-0Goverptor. .. I'
.Talmadge he bea '
says may candidates ,
r'1'resident.., Well, there are few men we'd more enjoy1se '"

,v, defeated., / ;

-o- ...:o.iJ.IJ.tJ.Jfi; 1 t -- .. .... ,__.J.. .
It would be real war news to read a dispatch from Rome Y y ---.1V ..:: ;:J u: : w vuma1r ---:- -and Colors.

r ,telling of an Ethiopian victory. or one from Addis Ababa 79c ,1.98
telling of an Italian victory "
0 .
A five-acre farm in Manhattan Is valued at ,.$400,000. "t :' Bedroom Slippers I_ '-

u Maybe that's where they raise all that Wall Street' stock PROGRAM BOY,and GIRL= ;,. ,f ,,<> ,

we've,heard so much about. 4 -
DF.OINNINO -r' willcnjoy
o .
% ,.
u Wjconsin'man hibernates like,a bear during the winter FRIDAY DEC. 20TII. many, more

it *: Some others we'know howl like one when they have to "The Big Broadcast"ALL
build n' fire on ,cold mornings.., STAR CAST ''HAPPyCHRISTMASES ,

' : are enough of an optimist to string along with Roosevelt White and
"Wanderer Of TheWasteland" Fine Shirts,
e- who>says the country is on the upgrade, rather than ,. So Comfortable Colors. Regular

; with Hoover who says it isn't.4? .. I Dean Intfgrr I THE ONLY WAY"Y U, And So,Attractive: 1.50 Value

; n The,Nizam'of Hyderabad has purchased radios for every I Gall Patrick ",z.t CAN BE SURE :IS TO?\ 49c' to 1.00 1.00

village in his state. If this doesn't cause a revolution the Ni 8UN.-MON. 'DEC. 32-23 : ii CARRY ADEQUATELIFE PRICE REDUCED Russian Style Pajamas 1.9

zam has no cause for future worries. 'Here's to Romance' INSURANCE.SEE ON' ,o

; 4 0 Nino Martini" I i 'US BEFORE, THE! ALL LADIES' 'and MEN'S Belt, Sets* .

An Iowa girl has been in two plane wrecks, three auto Genevtove Tobin. I FIRST OF THE 'YEAR''' S HOE S Men' T.tn n 'Kerchief 2

sraaah-upa, and a train crash. We suppose she.still jumps on'chair a TUES.-WED., DEC. 24-23 2 ANDLET'S DISCUSS :' '

when she sees a mouse, ho>;ever. "RED SALUTE" -
NEEDS. : '
o Barter Stanwyck 1 :t $2:5''
Holly is all right, but for Christmas colors we'd much Robert Younir

rather have the green and red of fresh strawberrie'S-that. are Rath Cliff Bdwanls Donnelly TO BE GIVEN AWAY''XMAS EVE
making their appearance, in local oPolitkal stores. Richard Artra I l C WALL Ask Us About The RulesJACOB'S'

election "Let'Em Have It" ''NaXT-
'writers say that in the forthcoming' GENERAL INSURANCE

each major party will put up a good line of baloney.; Now if TRUB&-FBI.. DEC.: M-27 I ..-..q : ,

some third party would come along with some bread we could Vlrgla1a Eros w. ..'! '
rx ? k DOOR To POST orne& -
have sandwich. .
a ','
., -
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d_ _. __ -. .-- -. __. u._.. .
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'- ,.OK3O: \ I viding dower for the three)r'poor;
LE .tl WHO IS S NrA---CAOS? maiden .'

Possibly tote Identification a I X
St Nicholas with "Father Christ,'
The popular patron 'of Christ-, miu" originated In ScandUiavia frrap1
In the West received a great Impetus sign of dlmunltl n, much to the ,
man Is undoubtedly Santa Claus through the daring adven- Joy of the when the northern people ,weifc':
'' younger generation. Thi
or St.-Nleholth.1'orauu.JI&mQ
converted to Christianity.
ture of a band of merchant from '
es being_an 'American, corruption 'of Bail, in Southern Italy. The secretive manner of "Father War Cry. '" _, '
the, Dutch form San Nlcolaao. the Christmas" 'of thrustlhg his gifts
J They stole the.txxty 'of the saint -
custom,'of present-giving'on Christmas ; Into,stockings and .coming unseen The "!Santa '
D from its tomb in Asia XJa ,...tbeD picture apg E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner
Eve having: been. carried"to In the hands of'the., Turk., and down the chimney is quit in keep- pears more 'often .on the Christ;, ,
America by the early Dutch colon- took It home. The sacred treasure, Ing.wlth his secret method, of proStates mas Seals than any other design EIGHT

lets was deposited by the archbishopIn \ t--_.._---.*_-_. _. ._. .._...__._______.. ._ .._ NUMBER
i Santa Claus 'or "Father Christ '- .' I'
the Church SLStephen.
mas." Is to the 'juvenile mind a Here.Is a characteristic story of II 1 | Bradford County. BRADFORD ;
p sort.of embodiment of the whole .. .
him.'. f ,. :i.,,.
I p festive season. There was a nobleman In the, 0'
Qf St..Nicholas himself'.lit tieof d ,, ',' eJACKSON
O city of.Myra who had three young a
A truth, Is known, but much 'of leg daughters.. Do.by misfortune r ,II ff ';'- TO HAVE 4 ,
end. He was born 'of wealthy pa be became -so poor that "
,very poor IF YOU could read'our
J rents ,at Paothero a city in Asia he was unable to.gft a crust of ,

MERRYCHRISTMAS Minor From childhood he.was tender bread seemed for his children.It as If they. must all thoughts right ," now, yod, 'd DINNER ,J rl

>> hearted and could not look upon starve 'or else the father must sell know that'your Christmas will ,i

i iTO J poverty:or .distress without lendIng his daughters into,slavery in orderto be a merry one with the r J:
ALL )>> a helping hand. keep them alive.. Joy Young Democrats

I .)Hls parents died while he, was Somehow or other Nicholas and everything th ,t.gpes._ ; ., Sponsor Political 3

still young,, and Nicholas came In* heard of this and, one night he the festive eventsSINCERELY'we; ... fl' ,
[THINK OF us WHEN I to the possession of vast riches., I stole,to the nobleman's: house after r Event '
I Nevertheless he lived a verysimple' ,
resolved to them.
dark, help t --
YOU' NEED SEASON trust that
., frugal life and spent hts He took a bag 'of gold with him, WILL HE OPENING GUN
I ED LUMBER'AT!REA.., OM money on others,' being speciallyY scheming how tot it into the it's a day radiant Happinessfor TN ROOSEVELT CAMPAIGN I i itl
generous to children., house without being seen. In the )
SONABLE PRICES, c ''Nicholas was appointed Bishopof moonlight hexcanght sight of an everyone in this communi- I Bradford County will join In the .:":

[I Myra, In Asia Minor.. ,The early open window, and ,he flung his bagof 1 ty '\tatlon-wid celebration of Andrew "-,i V
SAVE MQNEY est method 'of perpetuating his gold through It., The next night 4 Jackson Day Dinners January I,' j
memory was for someone to assume ha came again and threw In another 1 1, which will mark the opening of ,{B
oN THAT REPAIR JOB :{p I the costume 'of a bishop andO bagful., A third night he came JOHNH.D.ENJHARKFURNITURE \ President Roosevelt's campaign l Q ,:

distribute small, gifts to "good' (for his Intention was to provide a for re-election. 1 lt'

children." for each to The dinner here will be ,,, ''
present child hoping ANDREW JACKSON sponsor' 4:\ '.
,BENNETT From"this custom i Comes! ,the escape detection as before). COMPANY f ed by the Young Democratic Club "is

LUMBER CO. I fashionable dress of Santa Claus as But this time the father was on Democracy'to'be honored 'of Bradford County, and the tint t 1..
we know him- the watch, and when Nicholas plans were laid at a meeting held ,, ,(
!Itate in the Union Jack.
'PHONE'1,134IOOOI By the.tenth century the repu- drew near he rushed out and seized on Monday night, In the court house.;, ''jf;) .I..
\ O ation 'of this saint's beneficence him,by"the skirt c/, his n-adford Dinner will be held The Job of staging dinner. v; '

D.,I I had; spread Into' Western Europe. and ,said,."Nicholas: ,! rObe'l' t throughout the nation was banded'.1''' ;i. (:
0-- la 1087..the popularity of Nicholas I God why seek to hide to the young Democrats by James \ .-r.-
and he kissed his feet and A. Farley, chairman 'of the national .+. 1: !r'

a hands. i HUGE SUM' committee, and the mowu! [ :>>x
Nicholas lifted him up and said: .e t( ment has the support 'of aU'state'. \ ,ty!Ii

,"Give thanks tq God for it wet He r committees. ;; '""
4 who sent me to you" _RealizedFROM President Roosevelt will address '4 l.,' ," "
I Ithr, because, Nicholas always he dinner here, as well as others !}t'i 'M
gave his gifts on the sly that San- 1:" ill over the country, at 10 o'clock, So 'I!

ta Claus Is said,to. come down the CROPSTOMATOES by radio. There 'will be local {t"

chimney. speeches and other entertainment.)) iv* I'.
plans for which have not been r'. .
These gifts were formerly be. f f -- : ylompleted. '
T.' I LOOK NICE stowed upon. St. Nlch las' Eve;but : LEAD REVE c i r
; DOr1 later this was altered to Christmas I, NUE PRODUCERS IN H. C, Wall, president of then! ,I}

IN MY 'DAINTY DRESS? Eve St.. Nlch las ,becoming, as It F FLORIDA Bradford club, Monday night ap.'h I'":'
were, an Incarnation of Christmas,, -- .\ pointed the following committees '
although his feast really falls,uPlIOn 'WE ARE THINKING OF YOU' THIS The Florida State Marketing to guide the dinner to the big SUQ- ,1'
Y December 6. Bureau places the cash value. of tees that It Is expected to be: Dr. A j

ADORABLE. 'It has been observed that Santa ,CHRISTM"AS: AND HOPING IT".L'liE: the truck crops grown In this H. B. McLendon, In charge c of arangements ...,J 'I

Claus is especially,the patron oi THE HAPPIEST EVER. FOR YOU ,AND state In the 1934-35 season at ; Charley E. Johns' ,, :'-1 (
DRESSED/ children, and this part at least of : 33936126. chairman; N. D. Wainwrlght. Jr., 1.
YOURS. WE WANT YOU TO ,THINK J..B. Alexander and Mr-Well will ,r
the present giving habit shows noBUY OF' On a per capita basis this valuation -,, ,Y : ;t.m .
have of the sal 'of tickets \ ,'
US THROUGHOUT would be $28 each. charge ; )
oQ.tLI; 'L. Matthews, .publicity ,Th*. "
-- -- .- Tomatoes led aU of the truck "
YOU NEED QUALITY SEEDS & FEEDS. committees will meet at 9 o'clock,
crops with a return of more than t his afternoon at Mr. Wall's office., "

six and three-quarters million, or i"I want to make'this perfectly ? \ .
more than a million dollars'*ha4. dear M :
25. from the outset, Mr. Wall ; ',
; Fruit'Calce. SI&r.R UNK"SE: i ..FJtDcQMPANY of the next. two leading moneyproducers : aid Monday night, ."Besides 'hone ''f1! ',i
Your ; celery, worth $ .' ring two great leaders of Democ- ', V 1,;'
437, and beans and limes, at,$H'.1 .
the fundamental of lI'
I racy purpose ;
What,, 'little: girl wouldn't SM.544. this dinner Is 'to raise's real ware; ":ji
., ,. .
; love to own ''such a lovable* i H I Cabbage brought back a revenue I chest for the Democratic) National I I" "
; "
r doll! She's"'11H inches; tall.. I I II ,1 In excess of two millions topped ; Commute"'" portion of the money,./. ''1//:
f \ by both potatoes and strawberries, 1 1j paid for each ticket to the dinner':;,. ]
full Jointed' full. sprayed a 'Mq j which ran almost to three millions, wUl" .bl'fdrwM dedcImmentei 1 o.: '

enameL Smart little organdie j while peppers ran somethingnor* Ch.innsn'F5rley* Washington., 0";' '

dress.undies and satin bowon v I I than a million and a quarter. English together'with: a memorial signed-rf

: .. .' I peas ran to a little more ,than by every'diner'toe; PrIt.ldeD&1;\:\ ;".i,
her hair. Jk JUST as bright as, the one-half million, watermelons and Roosevelt. This. l."a real opportunity ;K }'
cucumbers to mere than three- do' something construe-' :
... a". candle, gleams.. "so' we trust this! quarter millions, with lettuce dropping live for the party and should not:;:ti an' '" .a" .
Keep Dollf CiotAnNt Christmas will find the scene in to $1T2.T03. be missed.' We are expecting .. ;#'Y'
k J The marketing bureau found Bradford County Democrats; to.'; '
im flu I !t your home. Filled with the Yule- that during the period when FlorIda show their loyalty.! ,* ,Ik, '

I + DOLL'S WARDlIORf i Why Bake Qne t was marketing her 7247 carloads Detailed arrangements' tor't;; ;'
{ I tide, sunshine, of countless, bless- 'of celery it went Into com- dinner here will be. announced k:
i its
I Mtltlon. with 4717 carloads grown later.
When Ours Are e : '
elsewhere and the 7147 carloadsof .
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ings.And .
5,9C. I 40c Per Pound tomatoes were 'In competitionwith
i that sunshine bedimmed '
may never 1Q,91T carloads grown in

Il 'e d, 'I Sb /<7 M i 13. :plenty ot SO DELICIOUS i I ,throughout the coming Mexico, Texas and California. Alike r,.; f
competition was met by the
id\\k'N.\\ room for all her hide New Year Good Luck to all. other Florida-grown vegetables. LICENSED BT COLLECTOR, tt.cu. tt.

''si clothes. Also' room' tut'U" PATRONIZE; YOUR LOCAL i .you .,..,,;....LAST v.'
I 'doll in one Ida BAKERY. BUY

I' II THAT ARE BAKED IN' ; .. COUNTYNEW Ten additional slot machine,.U.,,'!: ;
STARKE. w canes were Issued this week at 1: *',

e MILL EQUIPMENT TO the office. of Tax Collector; A. ''J \ ,
BE USED BY Knight They were for the following l.j t .f'

//y BAKERY W. P. SMITH t WOMEN: operators: to'
MAIN .. Owner Floy A. Slmontoni: Starke; O.,B. {, .
11 AND ADAMS-JACKSONVILLE t Bradford County laborers on Colson, Brooker; H. B. Triest. i' ,tR;

three projects, county roads, AlligatorCreek Starke; Mrs. C.'J. Brown, Stark;,t; :
= and the sewage line, Mr. K. E. Andrews, two machines,',I' ,, r.; 'i
received pay cb.ckatotaling $1,- Stark. ) D. It:,Oroovsr. two ma' '
I : ; 572.10.Wednesday morning In order chines., Stark; D. L.. 81cox.4 ,::11'1.'
) to have,them for Christmas Starker: and Albert Hartman. ;i1!' '

'-", ,',, r __ fJc .L- _. '_ n.tllla.-........... ,..... ..__._ Wu.ea..5'WLesM-r- -"- 'acripUoir Mveruacys- ,navawR M Laborers on the airport. Indexing Stark _}". L't\l'

,or continued-abncer from ''th* Tte'hia brief. Walden .did ,,not week made his formal announcement : according college enrollment '.ws*', due. ,'toother- word. Mr. county records and the court house State Comptroller., .-.1g- Lee Is*,"* ,'. '\\\i
borne of on*or both parenta FtarUa take issue,directly with Judge to succeed,himself and i statistics.The ". ,< dark la-Tan. right with the world" addition received .their checks sued a warning last week that on*,jj : 'it
may recehre for tile car of Its Low in his holding that there will be mad a candidate the I Continental and If more people could say the earlier in the week. licensed nachiae would b* eonfisH y,' iIi";
: dependent children" as much as $6 la a distinction between a Job and coming primaries for .a second Can Company its: same thing It would.be."all rlgftt Ten 'new Singer sewing machines sated by inspectors being placed on <\ "'. .!\
monthly for the first or only child, an'office. He did claim however term for the office of Secretary of report. 1934 as the beat year in with the country." Were received at the WPA thtt'l'OIId.: a) fPt

and $. for each additional child In that the Quincy Judge had placed I State. ..'_ 1 ,history, office) Wednesday for use In county t. \
the same bom. This. would require sewing room, '
Futch in the wrong In 'Flopping'mx ;
to secure (he maximum Federal a..mllar.case, Judge Love c. \ ., I II Iw1Jt 0., B, MUMIetnn.; of Hawthorne, '
grant., that the county or held that Rep., I. N Kennedy was fta'WUme: keeper, ;Who has bees 'j / : susp* d .Tamp& policemen ',' '; ,
State contribute' $12 of It* own not entitled to serve. ... executive I with the local office for two weeks, and two Orlando men charged,/mw:; ,.h'\ :
funds child 'Indictments returned by the Coco***'.' ;n"
for ,
the first or only 'of the state game and wfltgruplj said Wednesday'that' 186 women
secretary ., li
4 and $8 monthly for each additional He :ty Grand Jury with the second degree -
the varioussewing
water fish commission. are now'employed' In )
; fresh '
I noggins murder: .of ..Joseph.Shoemaker .'k ;'
child. This would'glve allowances ruled that was aa office, and constituted I rooms: They work thirty- : pa
u amounting to 918 monthly a violation of the constitu. I Wishes ;: two hours a week, and are paid merderodaea"'t on.,: :t I:: ",
;, for the first child and S13 month Kennedy expected to file .,,' 9.00 for each period of sixty-four Sam Rogers and.. F.Poulot and ;i I<"
1, ly for each additional child, one-, Uon. In the supreme court. w I .'e hours the kidnapping of tile. threw.-.:-: 'N' ,

.1 third of this to be paid from'Fed-i an appeal warranto action against Its Readers Large and Small } _- spent Christmas at home wttnYArrests ''l!
QUO their families.: The oflcers. who'
,. em .. l.-
The Stat. and counuay who hold ', :
nineteen 'other legislators \ More das Used arrested last and\ '' ',
'U.0 '" were Wednesday :fp
gees smaller allowances ,
is "
"I' Hun these,' but U they do. the I additional .trtee positions court. pend- '.. ;. .eV., "A .' ,-.......;:,-;" Gasoline.consumption in Brad- ,freed under $9900: : ',bead Monday 2 l'fti, ,?:

'Ib//,1 Federal allowances' be $1 for j>g in Judge Love's. J/* .-, ) ...' .... .... : ,:', 'ord County. rose slightly: from 8.... ,night on warrant' charging them f ,!l, '
*<\\I': : and m.N'">,, ':h ,
each *2 given by the State,'or the "; 103 gallons in September to titr with kidnaping murder ", eta
Grows Fine OrangesMrs. ". *: bond of 17900( ) last night following ? J;
a allowances; may b* largw! than 4 328 gallons In November, according
!. +amcd. but If they are th*, Fdtral Roea Constantine, who recently ;:, New: FearLet's ;': ''u : f '. to figures just released by the the return .of Indictment by th.';.'.. ; F.GA h,'"
the Tom Wallace Happy ot Jury this week. Th twwj.Oriaodo '
contribution will not b*larger bought t, state Department Agriculture. .' oj>':a1r..
Ulan Ift for tie first child and,|i place near Theressa brought some k' e ,' tI14 use of kerosene rose from 8,- men were treed this morn-x''; '1/J., ,'
for each additional child. fine Satsuma 'oranges into the 191 gallons in September to 8,373: Ing after posting bond. The Pr,' ,

.* These, In a large measure, will Telegraph office last Saturday. gallons last month. sons Indicted were Sergeant C. A.,,i* ..t..TBJ'OWII .: ;
largest oranges Patrolmen Bam B. Crosby. ? a'' .4s:
',oe some 'of the r
mother1 pension type of cases.: These were ,t h
ever grownaround ,F..W. Bwitser.,, John P. Bridges ,'t
't The Federal Government now of this variety Mrs. Strong Dies 1
tdWtes,, to assist Florida In caring here. ,Mrs.. Constantine is ,: Work Together During 1936 Special Policeman C.;'.W.'Carltal-. ;,
-tor these with her new farm. Mrs. B, Strong, former residentof and Robert Chcppell. Ari* OOMsss, .,>.
needy persons, th corn very pleased Stark died Monday at Her Orlando caretaker and .... <
Neal -rewa. ,
toner formerly owned the placeIUMar.1MDere88lk .
said. mother She ofBradford
Pensions Although 'To Advance The,Interests home In Oil City;Pa., as the result ward Bplvey.\i Orlando, typewriter I "
.1 '
and relief at present .J
poor of She lV'
of stroke
k 11I1&11 I a paralysis repairman '\: -
con ldenble expense on the state of Georgia ":,. will be burled Jamestown,, 1C. T. ,. > i." .-- 9.so +'
part the '
of I 1798
the assistce In .
coontle. this County. '
th Many' 'ago Mrs. Strong's) Yearly evaporaUoA sBoeft8RADFORD
'of land to year .
<.* has been fnmlxiiiat*, )Ie'red. IU I- :sold M.9T3'cmpail for ssoo. Today husband was"a partner tat a firm greater la th* south that tfro raum-'. '
; Federal matchtnt; fund Tennessee : her ,known the Traby-Stem- drop !1m thief
"to be this land Includes all of the tbst P.kgtae"ejuil!
reeetnd.1IpeeJIJG. allota- and Is worth ..... berg Co., Im Texas, ...%
Uaa district = : 1).0J '
Shoals ;a w :
,br must thf b asetatamcs* mad* by-*vry couniff J.Billions Muscle i '. ...". .. ., ',,1 ,'...*..-,' _,,, .. ''1 r .,":'Jt"
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-V ... 1935. e I With Ua FTS for a MANpNeckwear
:' J :J Enjoy Christmas Dinner o

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; and Entered as SecondMatter the Best Meal
' 'pubii8hc Weekly on Fridays We'll,.Fix you '.
at the Post Office at Starke Florida ,
... -- ..p. You Ever At.-;,..... '

:' E. L. Matthews _. .__._.,.. __ _Editor and Owl
:, : Year to ;. A moat Inviting collection of stunningly -
The New
Will Strive Through patterned silk: ties at
Yearly $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable In Advance ) 44 Uphold This The Cafe Has Chained.BRADFORD 35c to $1.50
Advertising Rates on Application I (In'Xnuia Boxes)

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... J. VBAttCK, Owner

It's a worse crime to kill somebody else's time than 3 ShirtsFine ,
own. I ,.
o madras and percale patterned
with two collars to
Taxpayers {tarry the load, it seems, and tax-eaters shirts match at
elections. No Matter Who -
: w '
1.00 to $1.95,
n l ,- ,
.torfchoppinsr-.arlyr-then a! (In Xmas Package) QInterwoven
If you couldn't get j jlatebut YOUR LIST
shop. ) .". .
I'' .;,'" .'..
o Sox
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A* rnv tft/J-i* t :) 'X' ,
,tr Let's have 'more outdoor Christmas i t trees to dress upj! Al : '1y: u .Can Find'The Ideal Gift'AtDAMPIER'S

I .. .'" '. Fine '' silks. Plain color
this '
year. ,
-) : : Y with contrast. clock; and neatly
0. I striped patterns vat
I '. contagious as a smile, so ,be car :, ) PairAnd f
A frown just ai -' .. .of 4.r: .3 Pairs'$1.00. or 35c
which on.
you pass ;. I
,.T--1 :HERE ARE A. 'FEW 'Many, Other

Lota of girls.will be making resolutions now that o Attractive.Items D

;year is leap_. year. t ToV,':arid' FireWorks for .the Kiddies :
l-: H or
>"If'AmmUnition'tor the Hunter .' ,
d The thrifty housewife makes both ends meat when c=3 ./" .-.
for the Fisherman I .. .
paring,turkey left-overs. '. ,And;Jackie' -
0 ; .f .

A popular,President' is the. one who is serving the DAMP : ?S HARDWARE, .CO.o. .' IMPORTERS MAIL ORDERS- FILLED

,six months! of. his first,term. i
0' >
.. For a country that produces no oil, Italy is certainly .' .k ..... The

.... _ring} .up: ?a. lot of troubled water; ......'.-,-- -...-,,-,..". ,-..- I
s'' Recovery is on a firm basis, we read.,And business fi INFANTS WEAR 'q !
: ., r- ,
we suppose, on a recovery basis. .
I t'Ii
,.: .
0- .:... -
iI. -, -p> Made Fillet .
should believe in Santa Claus < 1' AppUquert < Hand 22'
a AH school children .< ,: Hand Made OQ Scarfs 86" at .---...iMea'i ,
'. Set,'val. $1.49 O7
j they get a two week's holiday 10 t 5 pc. Bridge
i !
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4' We wouldn't call it hard drinking under repeal. In POSSIBLE TO Hand Made. Madams 95C Quality AppenzeU, "f .for. f*i
i I WISH THAT IT-WERE dozen t:_... Initialed;.. ; ; M
Irs, much} .too easy,for most people ... OF'YOU PERSON. NapkinJ
f ''t: CAt,!. ON KACHtONK
o i ,.- 6-Pc. '
ow AND'WISH YOU A MERRYCHRIST: Hand EmblroldeMd. .. .- .690
January 1 i is the time when father's pocketbook will ALLY .OF.MY Sand' Blocked Linen '6941 Bridge Set, at. ':C,--. "
) '
,. worse than the ties he got for Christmas.'Americanism >''4'"vi. .. ...' ;r ) .AS.- HOWEVER: ;;'THE'IMPOSSIBLE! TO DO. Crash Clotlw,..M'xM'' "' at "" _, -
OFFICE-!: MAKtTma: Linen, Habd.lde Mosaic
., Pure
----, ,/ '
: .1 *
i. '''IS FOR Cutr'o 1
', BEST ,... SUtch
Co 411 *
Kicking about saving a. Ladl *
; up a row MB" WHENEVER YOU ': Hand Made Pure Linen Work Towels,.atr! ".T.w '
tutlon,that the average man never read. YOU :TO: CALL ON ""I. 'Kerchief,white'appUqued, Colored .
c "
ARE'IN STARKE.,, 'OUWOFFICE'IS.: AL- .. Prints and -l A Linen CocktaU for
i.i AW Pure 596
,. AND WE'RE Initialed, at -r'-----, _.. 6 .
head OPEN.TO' Napkins k-
"Beauties Prefer Plain Husbands, .says line. ) .... 'WAYS yCU.To a. ,

.don't want any competition for the spotlight. i ALWAYS READY TO.SERVE THE. ':: for f Fl neat Quality, Handmade'
BEST OF.OUR ABILITY t :"1i.. (' .- ",;': Hand jd'ade Baby __ j 1 Grass Linen Bridge $1,77
hat hardly d & J r o Ilreue at'- Set, Per Set:...._--
s Murder is becoming so common -

? to thump. your. ears, on a cold morning anymore. [ 'A-- J THOMAS'CLKBK ', for f Linen: "'L ace Boltet,Viw-l\ 500
0' and'Mado Rompers
1 set
,". .. ____ 2 Ity BI' Chair Bet at per
Most of'us don't need anyone"to tell us where to get I OF THE: CIRCUIT COURT\ '.: K-Hut Colors at -
, ,f if we can only find someone to o tell us how to get on. : .,, 4' ., '\,{.... _".'.... : ,.;.Ifll/. ; ': ':." LINEN GIFTS ANDEVERLASTING ARE: APPRECIATED,, USEFUL

'. :
:; Science is developing a stingless bee. 'J'his will pro .' I .)tC, : .. HER AND HOME .
make the I J1oney taste lefts sweet to the average person. : I FOR 111\1. JACKSONVILLE.FLAThat
4 pNowadays'the .. ,,229 u ,.....-------4 ..
young man who seekS'a straight-shoe __, .- __, ''T'-" <',. .-r..4.
wife for mate is likely to lie" king' target of hlma '
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:The Delray Beach' News observes that'no, matter -

hard times are, the.manicurist always"'.tnakes money
over fiat.i '

; 'Goyernor: .Talmadge says he may be' a candidate .art .jam

.PresidentVell! there.are few men we'd more enjoy' CM

ly.t' defeated.; ., i i ,0 i f .. \ '.--.. .......-v.o rrjfc...............' .............. .... -:... 'and C-I- .
war RcL -----'. .y. & .:- tJ'a: :.. '
r Jt wO'lld'bo': real news to read a dispatch from 79c T.f'I 1.98

'y telling of an Ethiopian victory. or one from Addis .Ababa.

T r; :telling. pf an Italian victory.. RITZ THEATRE f
0 Bedroom Slippers t, 't-+

I A five-acre: farm in Manhattan is;valued at $400,000.) 8TAJIKK i'BOY; and GIRL ,; I ,\t/ .
Maybe that's where they raise all that. Wall Street stock : PROGRAMDFGlNNlNO' .. ', :

we've heard so much about. FRIDAY will enjoymany
i. i'i i o -
{ AW: consln'man hibernates like a bear during the win FRIDAY DEC. 20TH. more

ter. Some others.we'hnow howl like one. when' they have to "The Big Broadcast"ALL

; r build a'fire on'cold mornings.u ..." STAR CAST HAPPYCHRISTMASES
0 SATURDAY, DEC. 21ST.. White and

? .We.are enough of an optimist to string along with Roosevelt "Wanderer Of, TheWasteland" 'So Comfortable Fine Colors.Shirts,Regular

&; who says the country. Is on the ,upgrade, rather than : 1.50 Value

with ,HOv.erho, says!!! it isn't. .. qtM I TilE ONLY WAT' 40a An4 So,Attractive
,rYC : O ''""' Dean Patrick JaggerGott CAN BE SURE ,IS .-rqr 49c.to 1.00. 1.00_

The Nizam of Hyderabad has purchased radios for everyvillage ,i; r CARRY ADEQUATE Style Pajamas 1 J
22.29'Here's 11 PRICE REDUCED Russian .
revolution the Ni SIXN..MON'DEC. .
ht his state. If this: doesn't cause a -
Romance.Nino .
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