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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 18, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BOARD ORDERS E. THORNTON HEN STORYW. CLAIMS ONE LOOK OUT TREE CONTESTWILL COTTON I FOR A TOYYOU I FOGGY NIGHTS t l.'

SOON BE IN FULL
CAN SEE A MOVIE "

MILKPRICEUP THAT FRYING LAYS EGGS PAN IN FOR GYPSIES; SWINGPRIZES OFFEREDThe RESTRICTIONSARE AND CHILD MAKE HAPPY SOME CAUSE WRECKS \

If
you have been to a a clrcua
beautification committee of The Starke Woman's Club I
STARKE you will remember the dancing the Woman's Club again reminded through the cooperation of Miss
IN CAUSE TROUBLE HERE
horses but and W.the tight-rope walking local residents this week of the REMOVEDGrowers Mina Manassa will sponsor a picture ON ROADS
seals E: Thornton Brad-
contest that will be conducted for show for the eleemntary chll .
ford County deputy sheriff, is the beat decorated outdoor Christ I dren of the Bradford County High --

Testimony Indicated It boasting about a blue hen of his Their Hands 'Work mas tree. The contest Is being May' Ruy Seed I i School. Friday afternoon at 1 One Hit-and-Kun Driver:] .
that I I I
lays eggs in a frying pan. sponsored by the Woman' Club o'clock. The admission will be a
Was Being ProducedAt What's more, the hen wasn't train- Quicker Than Your and the Business Men's Club. "Where' They Wish, I toy. Any old toy that la In good Abandons Car After t\\' ; ,

Loss Here ed to do this stunt, Mr. Thornton Eyes Can See A first prize of $:) and a second Agent SagaMcCLANEIIAS condition will be accepted. The SmashupSEVERAL :

says she just picked It up of her prize of $2.90: Is being offered. No toys will be used! for charity pur- ,;
own accord.
NEW PRICE SCALE IN SHERIFF RUNS LARGE trees less than three feet high will 300 poses. TRUCKS nUN t '

EFFECT WEDNESDAY Mr. and Mrs. Thornton missed BAND FROM COUNTYThe be considered. BUSHELS LISTED NOW It is hoped that this movementwill INTO DITCHES IN DARK:| ,
the
hen several days and came .
ago ,
-- -- be met with a ready response -.

As the result of a hearing held to the conclusion that she waa lay- gypsies are with us again, TELEGRAPH County Agent T. K. McClane, Jr.t by the public here, and that in this Fog and misting rain during thai '
I here last week the Florida Milk ing In some secluded spot. Mrs. so hold tight to your money. now has about 300 bushels of Sea way a large number of underprlvlleged past week have combined to causal I,
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Control Board in Tallahassee an- I, Thornton made a diligent search Last Friday morning Sheriff A. BIGGEST 'IN YEARSBAD Island[ cotton seed listed in his office I children may be made hap- an unusual number of automobile) j I

Bounced Monday. that the price of and finally discovered a pan full of O. Andreu chased a band of these WEATHER INTERFERESWITH for sale and Is receiving: many I py at Christmas time. smash-Ufa on the roads In title,

'milk in Starke and vicinity would I eggs among some kitchen utensils gaily-dressed rovers out of town EARLY SHOPPERS early inquiries from growers who county-non. of them have) b enr'>, ,4 f'

ibe raised to fifteen cents a quart !.house that she in the had stored in have a small and followed them south along THIS WEEK plan to plant this crop next sea MARTIN STRUTHIS fatal to any of the drivers involtet -. t
yard. They not
;-effective Wednesday. December 16. Road 13 to be sure that they did son.
milk had been generally yet decided whether the hen was no mischief before Indicative of the arrival of better LUCKY SAILOR .
I Previously! dumb leaving the All government restrictions as The sheriffs office her la still I
or smart to her in
lay eggs a
sold for twelve cent frying county. times, this special Christmas edition to crop acreage and seed. have HE GOES WITH ROOSEVELT seeking the Identity of an unknown : I

The price increase was orderedby pan. About four miles from town the I of the Telegraph consisting of been lifted the agent .says, and ON A RECENT FISHING driver who crashed Into a Mr. Helm.,..1, :
the board on the basis of fig gypsies stopped and two of the twelve pages Is the largest that anyone may plant all he wishes and TRIP district supervisor for the Goodrich -*

ures offered at the hearing"by al CHRISTMAS I women called at the house of Dave has been Issued from our shop may secure seed from whom he Tire Company. Monday night,? .,
dairymen present which Indicatedthat PLAY AT CHURCHPASTOR Dyal who was sick in bed at the since "boom days." pleases.Mr. The unusual good luck of being about 0 o'clock just this side. ot

milk was being produced at a time. They had not been In the An unprecedented spell of bad McClane personally visited assigned to accompany President the Santa Fe River bridge belOW' ,
loss here when sold at the old ASKS MEMBERS TO house more than two or three minutes weather, during which the sun has every cotton field In the county Roosevelt on one of his fishing Hampton. Mr. Helm was knock-*
price acale. REMEMBER CHRIST ON when the sheriff caught up not appeared for more than ten or last season and removed all plants I I trips came to a Starke man, Mar- ed unconscious by the impact and.,

further ordered "that no BIRTHDAY with them He asked Mr. Dyal if fifteen minutes during the past nine that were not true long-ntaple cot tin Struth, according to a letter his, automobile badly ditmnged The a r '
It was
device shall be they had taken anything and was days, has somewhat curbed early I ton. In this way the need have just received here from him by his driver of the other car. which wasjjJ
method or milk Is sold or permitted offeredfor Everyone Is Invited to see the told that they had not; that they shopping, but a rush on stores Is been kept pure. but constant super parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.II. Struth also badly wrecked abandoned hl.J' '
whereby at less than that play, "Glorified Giving," in the hadn't been in the house long expected the minute that skies vision will be necessary to keep Martin is a coxwuln on the Indianapolis machine and has not appeared yet ,
sale a price herewith Methodist Church Sunday, December enough to get anything. The sherIff clear up. short staple cotton from creeping the ship on which the to claim It at a local garage. ,

Mated, whether In the schedule by any discount. ordered rebates -- 20, at 7:30: p. m. ran them on off down the road, The Telegraph Is urging Its In. I President made his and recent trip to Tues<< South America
The Methodist Church Is askingits following them to be that --. .-- was assignedto ditch' t
free service or advertising sure they readers to carefully look over every : Blood of oranges ran Into the
allowance, or a combined price for members and friends to joinIn got out of the county. He then returned advertisement in this Issue and QUINTUPLETSAT; ] volt smaller of boat his carrying Rooso- above Lawtey! resulting in the lose- ..
on one fishing expedi
rich milk together with another a new and different kind of to Mr. Dyal house who by to do their Christmas shopping In I, tions. of about $100 worth of fruit besides -'. I
comodlty where sold or offered for Christmas this year. We want to that time had discovered that the Starke. A copy of this Issue Is beIng RITZ 1 damage to the truck Another -
otherwise." put Christ back into Christmas light-fingered artists had .relieved mailed complimentary to all Martin described the President one. a member of the Central ,
ale separately or EVERYONFI.WILL; WANT TO
of buttermilk was set "If we should Ignore our friends at him of $10. employees of the Florida State II as "the finest man I ever met" and Truck Lines fleet, also went Into "
The price I SEE FAMOUS BABIES '
at ten cents a quart; cream (forty their birthday party as we-often Mr. Dyal had about $38 in bills Farm near here In an attempt to AGAIN suld that anyone who UlUn t vote the ditch near Lawtey the first of \
for him in the last election "must '
'per cent) at forty-five cents a Ignore Christ on His birthday they concealed under some cover In his bring as many people Into Starke I the week. :
pint and twenty-five cents a half- would be heartbroken" the Rev.B. bedroom. How the gypsies foundIt during the next week as Is pOl l- The Dionne quintuplets make have been crazy. Tuesday night. L A. Blackburn ;' .

pint. M. Montgomery said this week. and made away with part of It their second motion picture ap. I blinded by tile lights of an approaching t \'
... This year the Methodists plan to still remains pretty much of a bleThe Telegraph wishes to thank pearance In "Reunion" which will STATE CABINET automobile ran Into J.

DAY forego some of their gifts to mystery proving once again that; all advertisers who have helped to be shown at the Ritz Theatre Sunday TO ASK MORE PAYNEW H. Benson's car which Was parkedIn
,RESIGNATION friends and to give the money to where gypsies are concerned "the I make this edition possible, and Is I and Monday and Is sure to be front of the school house tiere.

TO COME SOON the church. Beautiful Christmas hand is quicker than the eye." hoping for the merriest of all greeted by large crowds of local GOVERNOR SAID TO A wheel on Mr. Blackburn's car .

folders have been given to each Sheriff Andreu wired authorities I Chrlstmases for our'merchants. and patrons who are anxiously follow- APPROVE OF PRO- was caught and turned under the -
SHOLTZ DEPARTMENT HEADS member to be sent to friends, explaining In Gainesville and OcaJa and lat their customers. Ing the development of the world's POSED BOOSTSTALLAHASSEE body, canning the automobile to P

WILL-PROBABLY LEAVE: that a gift has been .madeto Friday afternoon he was notiflec --. most famous little girls. turnover' .. He escaped uninjured.COUNTYTO .'" c,
OFFICE: JAN, s the church in their honor. that the band was being held It t Thieves Steal Clothing Besides the quintuplets a large A I tho ugt "- -'
The minister asks the prayerful number of other well-known actors Governor-Elct! Coo pint!***!.h) .*' BE '
Oci .. Mr. money'was recovered :
j Resignation "ftlttifols l will ,coma January S, bux this DeW plan to put Christ ,t the about gyp costs. Then H, Andrews. who llve'--about two Jean Hersholt, Rochelle other cabinet' members are preparIng MORE LIVELY :
Die actual time of"thejr.leave-.taking center of His birthday celebration.At two$50, including five women miles north of town was entered Hudson, Helen Vinnon, Slim Sum- to ask the 1937 legislature for
depends upon Action by Florida of the the wise were men, an some time Tuesday morning and WHEN STUDENTS RETURN
the close play children In the bandIt merville and Robert Kent. The Increases In their appropriations. -
a new governor, Fred P. Cone. men bring their gifts to the Christ twenty-seven three automobiles tc unknown thieves made away with story Is about a country doctor Tentative budgets submitted by SOON FOR HOLIDAYS -
Inauguration' of a new governor child in the manger:and the con- required them. various articles of clothing. Including who- summons his 3,000 "babies," department heads and Institution AT HOME

U the signal for resignations by gregation may follow with their carry a man's suit several pairsof brought Into the world by him, officials for the next two years Starke and the county will begin -

department chiefs who served under gifts at this time. Not socks, three new shirts and a back to him with all their grown. contained Increases of varying per to take on new life this week- .
appointment by the retiringgovernor. .--- Enough AcreageA new navy blue lumberjack. Some up tears and troubles and heart- centagel, budget commission officials end when the college boys and .
They continue in of' sufficient number of acres of money In bills under a cloth on I reported recently.
SUN COMES OUTTHURSDAY pangs. I girls' begin to arrive home for the ..
Ace, until the overlooked.Mrs. .
however. successors are cucumbers was not signed up for a mantlepiece was
This Saturday the Ritz Exact figures were not made holidays.
appointed and qualified. < i meeting held In the court house Andrews was away from the '
an unusually good present'l public as the Budget Commission From the woman's college at Tallahassee ",
The word has here that Saturday to allow the Manhattan house for several hours and the )
spread 1 bill showing "Yellow decided It would watt the Inauguration will come! Misses Lois ;
moat of the major officeholders apPOinted BERRY PLANTS ARE GROWING Produce Co. to operate a deal here. door was left unlocked. Officers I' Richard Dlx and Leila Hyams, and of the new governor Jan. 3, AdkIns, llarjorle Benson Marguerite r: j. )

by Gov. Dave Sholtz will FAST AFTER RE- Unless more acreage is "signed up Investigated, but there were no "The DevIl| Is A Sissy" with Freddie I before beginning detailed study of Prevail, Marjorie Stump ,.
lay their! resignations on the executive CENT RAINSIt quickly the proposition will fall marks or clues of any kind. Bartholomew and Jackie Cooper the recommendations which will go and, Doris Walker all of Starke; r

desk the day Con*' Is sworn is very unusual when the mere through as far as operating a plat- --- I all on the same program.On to the legislature In April. Misses Beatrice Miner Dorothy' I

In. Early acceptance expected.In fact that the sun Is shining is worthy form here. Only about thirty-five Green ToWashinglonCongressman Thursday and Friday of next The present state budget I is Swanbom and Marie Thede of .-

some past years:: there have : of mention in Florida but after acres waa promised Saturday. The R. A. Green left week one of the biggest! hits of about $8,500,000 annually. Lawtey; Mica Ruby Shaw of '

been instances where appointive ; a nine-day stretch of semi- company Ishes to get more than Monday afternoon for Washingtonto the year, "The Gorgeous Hussy," Comptroller J, M. Lee announcedhe Brooker, and Miss Inca Dempsey of '
officers( under one administration darkness we felt like running a 100 acres In this County: H. D. attend the cross-state canal with Joan Crawford Robert Taylor made up a tentative budget for Graham. Miss Mary Brownlee -

continued to serve under another, streamer headline when the clouds I May Is the local.representative. tearing, scheduled before a boardof and Lionel Barry more, will be seen. his department proponing a "gen- who Is attending school In St.

There have bceii other Instances disappeared Thursday morning and Army engineers for last Wednesday Sales eral increase of ten per cent" over Louis, Mo., will arrive here Wednesday \
where those appointed by one gov- Old Sol came through with his us- County Agent's NoticeThe Mr. Green, who Is the orIginal Tag SlowTax the current budget period, which .;.1

wnor were suspended by the new ual amount of warmth and brilli county agent's office In the author of the legislationwhich Collector C. A. Knight said ,expires June 30, 1937. Nine .young men from the university -

governor> when' they declined to re11&11. ance. court house. will be closed from led to approval of the canal this week that new automobile tags Lee also said he proposed an of Gainesville will also arrive -

Although many have complainedabout noon Thursday. December 24, until bill. said before leaving, "Work will were still selling slowly He urgedcar Increase In his own salary of $2,900 soon .to spend Christmas) at ,
Officers appointed 1 by the gov- the weather growers have 8 0 clock.Monday morning, December be resumed on the canal In the rea- owners to buy them now and innually, making it $7,500. All home. They are: Merrill Futch. .
tmor, and the annual salaries In- been thankful for the rains and 28. onably near future." "avoid the rush" later abinet members now are paid $3: ,< Wm. H. Moore Hubert Stockwell. .

tide: strawberry plants are said to be ----- )00 annually. and James D. Seymore of Starke: ,
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Secretary to governor. 5,000; making fine headway gettingthe AND GENTS-THEWINNAH! .. "I think I should be paid at I ti A UVUC. KIM S144 ..CW5LL. Ia 1
State auditor, $4.000; motor veCllmUnlesloner. much-needed moisture. Surelywe LADIES much as some Justices of the peace Lawtey; W. M. Thomas Brookcr, \ I 1

Wcle-! ., $3,600; beverage should! be willing to sacrifice a and county offici.I.." said Lat,. Norman Johns, Graham; and Emory I I

commissioner, 34800. few days of comfort if it will help f ; Secretary) of State R. A. Gray GUY Hampton. how Strick:: ,
Five members, of State Racing us to have a fine berry crop in the '.e A saId he asked an !Increase of only ]land and Leslie Biggs will return

,Commission: at $1.800 each. Theyct spring. LhP1i $1.00O in his budget and that here from Stetson University at i .

.* on. member as chairman at The Plant 'City newspapers report .- %1 would be 'restoration of his salary DeLand. ( .8.QOO<< annually and another as that small\ shipments of ber- 4;' to the $6,000 paid before the 1933 With this Influx of youth it Is

Secretary at $4,800. ries are moving out of there. although legislature sliced all the cabinet expected that a series of parties ,
I Highway Departmentfive the cold weather has slow Jobs. and dances will take place that will

members of State Highway ed down production. The few sold Governor Sholtz. whose term e*< p add considerably to the spirit of !' '

Apartment at $600 each. They however, have brought from twen- >lrea Jan. 0, said he would not pre- I the holiday season.BIRTHDAY. ,_. c '
filet one member as chairman atW.OOO ty-five to thirty centa a pint. pare> a budget for the governor's "

annually They employ .a --.- I office, leaving that for Governor BALL '

"ghway engineer at $4.800, and a Negroes ElectrocutedIn Cone. 'I
"cretary at 4200. minutes the i'N -- f The governor said, however he AGAIN
less than twenty :
Hotel I commissioner $4,200; I heartily approved the proposed increase -
t
8 State of Florida executed two negroes STERNBERG WILL PROMOTE ,
c.T for
at le the cabinet members. "I '
health
officer 4.000; super- State Prison Raiford, ___ ;: PARTY FOR THIRD '
at the I 1
__ think these :
: Qr of conservation $.,500; mem- _____ % men who handle millions
0:30 clock .
beginning at : o TIME
Monday of
71'* of game and fresh water fish dollars a year deserve l
D.
of J.
for the hold-up slaying .
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wmmiaalon some sympathetic consideration
who employ an execu- : N. Sternberg announced yesterday .
Yasmln, St. Petersburg grocer.: ;: "
from the he
public said.
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secretary at $3,600 annually; James that the third annual Presi ,
EVerglades National Park Commls- Neither of the two negroes.Williams. ;J -b State Treasurer If. V. Knott said dent's Birthday Ball will be held ,
Walker and Richard : he
scn 44 had not completed his tentative "
here
which ,
has executive chairman January 30. Mr. Sternberg.
** 14.000 annually; State Employ- spoke after Both they entered inmates the refused death v S', i_) budget and declined to commenton who has steered the two previous .. .
chamber. it.
'ebt Board 'whose director reeatveu their last meal "of anything they , f/9p, parties to a grand success, hl4 J' .
$4,000; industrial commls- again consented to serve as chair- -
r Iter, who e executive secretary I want" Sunday evening and Monday December < ; Spanish Vets To Meet man of the big event.
It was the first :
Delves morning. : More than $200 has been grouted ,
4800. in the history Arrangements aro benlg made by
electrocution
Hundreds of persons are employ- ; Th former members of the first FlorIda I by ticket sales for the balls In 1935 '

"J these various departments, i, of the prison._. .-- ) j Volunteer Infantry Spanlah- :lad 1936. The money goes toward t
J? by other boards whose mem- ,, e %g American War. to hold a reunion waging a constant war agalnjt Infantile ,
It n$> the : Parrish to Head HousingMany ; j paralysis.
governor appoints. I Ij"J I Ie % meeting at Ponce cle Leon Springs
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< governor is chairman of the friends here were pleased ;, -s.-l? .. on Monday, December 28. All who -_-,-. :
I r a of Commissioners of State to learn of the appointment this c. .-, :" e I- m. I can attend<< are asked to assemble First Pint of Berries ,

JzTV'Uons! which employes su- week of M. M. Parrish of Gainesville I ( -'I headquarters) of Oen. Chas. P. The first pint of Bradford Couny j.

::ntfndents. for the hospitals, as state director of the Federal ( -.- I Summerall Camp of United SpltnI I: strawberries, was brought to ....
January and industrial schools. Housing! Administration next I ish War Veterans, across the street I:own last,week by R II. Russell ':
.Jember, of this board are the April. He will succeed Dr. Fons 3 : from the postofflce In DeLr.nd.: at E itarke grower, and wee auctioned ) I
Itto""ey general, commissioner: of A. Hathaway. Mr. Parrish is well 'I 4- II 1 p. m.. from which plllc" they will ,CJ ff for $4.25. As I II the usuil ctn- ;:<
summer II I motor out to DeLeon for {.
7ture> secretary of state known here and has a Springs t om. the money was turned over .
Ifctteil* ller< treasurer and super- home on Kingsley Lake, where he J the meeting. J. S. Collins. 604 t,o the local Red Cross Chapter, Mr. d
-Tilof pUblic instruction. who and his family ipenJ lafir.y! x-J'.3 I North Stone Street, LeLand is In I r tussel ha three acres of berries
'cted i charge of arrangements, and will I a nil states that his crop has never .
by the each
people. year. -
-.- -- be glad to give any desired Infor-1!k xjked better than It does this sea4 I
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BRADFORD COUNTY :TELEGRAPH, 8TARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY DECEMRrp: ((8, 10311
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f.. -r--._ -_-._--_-, The Soviet Union has the largest :
A Little Story About Treasure Hunting
Arctic frontier of any country In
With A Surprising ConclusionBy the world. g race Give A Flowers This <''hJ1sttn'
Lovely Blooming Plait! ,:;
-- s "
Wrapped ,In Metal F"'I'
Four regiments and a varying A Perfect Gift. If ,, unto' '
sixth distinctive flowerscherry ? III, ,, ;
H. E. LAGERGREN of straightness bad become a number of battalions comprise the
Mr. Chief I don't deny that sense with me. "Hm," said the at hershel grace distinctly- flow.-,..
Yes, French Foreign Legion. has It.
I'm a vagrant but It is my sad fate farmer, and he looked thoughtful Without Christmas 'mn t tmas i h,...
A couple of days later he told Jacksonville, florida Flows In '" ,
to be one. I want to work; but every "e.
I time I get a job, some circumstance me this: His grandfather had own WANT TO BUY1ST.
over which I have no con- ed the place once. He had died so
boss' CLASS PIGS 2 Mo. Old
had his wife. His son--my
trol, causes me to lose It. Oh, that
freight Is still on the other side of father-had moved to Arkansaw, PAY IN CASH ON DELIVERYH. ARTISTIC CENTERPIECES WITH CANDLES, BERRIES

Lawtey and will take half an hourto married, and my boss was born E/JOHNS AND FRESH FOLIAGE. PIECES THAT WILL LAST
there. The latter's father had told
get here-that is, if you are
waiting for It to see If there are him that he had seen his old man TIIROUGII TilE HOLIDAY SEASON PERFECTLY.

any more hoboes to round up,so I'c bury a new, strong oak barrel some
FRESH and PURE like to tell you my last experience. where on the farm, and that the DRINK WATER GARDENS-DISH GARDENS
barrel was, no doubt, full of money
just as a sample. i
and other valuables. But my bosa'sfather MAKE LOVELY GIFTS
Well, sir, I got a job with a far
died before he could go

3; Dairy Products As You Like Them could mer In pay Columbia me was County board and All lodging he-I back and bunt for the treasure, OulAT Corsages That Vogue Approves And All

Now employer had come
but I could take the work easy. my Seasonable Cut Flowers Boxed
to look It up, and for that purposehe and
We Are Prepared to Supply Your Demand weeds The place, the was buildings all grown tumbling up in had rented the place from Its RECESS Prices Adapted to Your Personal Needs.

down, and the only part cultivated present owner. LUNCH
For Extra Milk and Cream. He showed me a piece of dirty
was a little vegetable garden. SCHOOL
paper on which was drawn a kind AFTER INDIVIDUALITY EXPRESSED IN EACH GIFT
The farmer went into the woods
of sketch Some> writing ont
Friends and Customers every morning and I wondered map.
We Wish Our Many said: "Go to the old well on the STARKE COCA-COLA
I
what he> could be doing. Sometimesof
hill. Look northeast and
i Christmas. evenings he would have me tell sight BOTTLING CO.THAT'S .
a Merry across the neck of a jug burled to
him my experiences. Once I men-
tioned I had been a rodman for a the right of a young mulberry.
!
Then to the old lookto
go chimney;
party of highway engineers for a I
MATHEWS' DAIRY few days. "So you must know a the southeast and sight across
; the neck of burled to the
: a jug
good deal of surveying, then? he

;$ __.... _,_ ...,_ n.._ _ '--y asked. Right smart, I told him. at left the of a point young where redoak the tree.two !lines Dig s
He then asked, could I run straight wews -" s.l"
lines? come together." The map showed )
Could I! I had tramped
that the intersection a little "
was
straight railroads until the element ,
west of a gully-branch running V v* "
north and south.

: boss said he had found the A.
My
Announcement DO YOUR SHOPPING ATPRIEST'S
RITZ THEATRESTARKE hole where the old well used to be, 1
also a pile of brick where the WHAT

chimney had stood, as well as both
of the jugs. He had sighted and YOU'LL SAY TOYTOWN ,;

PROGRAM sighted, but always his lines Inter-
' modern Cold sected on the farther side of the
We have the most Storage
i 4 gully Instead of on the west, as the About Our Service In our store you will find just the kind of gifts you are .
' THURS.-FRI, DEC. 17-18 map Indicated. Still be had dug looking for. For the little gills we have all kinds of dolls from '
' and Meat Curing Plant in Central Florida- "Picadilly Jim" around there In several places, but When You Try UsDON'T I Be on up to $..9:11.: including the famous Shirley Temple dolls "
stoves, laundry sets doll carriages, doll beds toy pianos, tea acts .1
found He showed the
RolwrtIontgomery! nothing. me and just lots of other nice things. For little boys our line of
with a modern smoke house in connection. Madge E'IIIISSATURDAY points on the ground and told me wagons, tricycles air rifles toy cars, games, play suits and other :
to try what I could do; If I could NEGLECT I toys, is most complete.

DEO. 18 find the>barrel he would reward me
f handsomely.Well YOUR OIL : For mothers, wives, sisters and sweethearts, we have table
: Double Feature lamps, boudoir lamps bridge lamps, waffle irons, electric hot
sir, when tramp
NO INCREASE IN PRICES you plates, toasters, manicure sets, perfume sets, comb and brush
"Yellow Dust" around you learn many odd things.I IOn Your Xmas Trip sets, boxed handkerchiefs, rayon underwear, bedspreads, house
Richard DIx: had noticed that growing trees slippers rugs, glassware, towels, pictures, silverware and a
would crowd concrete sidewalksout hundred other things. ,
AND of and that stakes set i
line
I IiDon't
x: We Specialize In Sugar Cured Meats "Devil Is A Sissy"Freddie lose to young trees would soon IN FACT For fathers sons husbands and brothers, you will handkerI be delighted I
with our leather case sets boxed ties, socks, .
lean from them, owing to
Bartholomew away chiefs, smoking stands, bill raids, shirts and other nice things
WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTIONGAINESVILLE Jackie Cooper the root growth. Now, one jug had Neglect Any
been burled close to the right of a thing about car For the baby we have beautiful sweaters, 3 piece wool knit ,
SUN.-MON., DEC. 20.21 tree, and had been shoved to the your suits, cellophane wrapped flannel underwear, hand made dresses \
right. The other had been put I and slips rubber balls, rattlers, talcum powder, shoes, bootees,
"Reunion"Dionne lose tothe left of a tree and had i! Why Should You? and other things that baby will love to have.

ICE & Quintuplets been pushed to the left. Conse- I We are headquarters for Christmas wrapping tissues,
Jean Hersholt quently sighting, as I have mentioned \\HENOUR EXPERT
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4 Rochelle Hudson naturally made the lines twines, ribbons, tinsel, icicles, tree light sets, snow, tree balls,

come together farther than 'MODERATE Hlnoki rope, red bells, red crepe paper and all other things need. t
away PRICES.
COLD STORAGE CO. TI7ES.-WED DEC. 22-23 they would have done if the jugs ed to give your home the Christmas atmosphere.

"Sworn Enemy"Robert had not been,disturbed. I SERVICE IS AVAILABLE '
t *YoungFlorence So whafl did was, to plact I AT SUCH A OUR PRICE IS ABSOLUTELY MGHT

Rice sighting points where I calculatedthe
J. L GEORGE, MGR.
Jugs had stood In the beginningthat
TIIVRS.-FRi, DEC. 24-25 VAN H. PRIEST CO.5c
Phone 1067 1201 N. Grove St. Is, nearer together. Sight- I .
"Gorgeous Hussy"Joan
Ing that way made the lines meetat WASHING POLISHING
Crawford the near side of the branch. I I. to $1.00STARKE
Gainesville, Florida Robert Taylor I We probed the ground with a crowbar GREASING
u Lionel Barrj'more and soon we struck the head I FLA.

I of the barrel! [WALL & CARTER CLYDE PRIEST, Manager
--- You may be sure>we lost no time

digging It out. It was very heavy.On .
NEW CIHIEVROLET ll937 opening i it; we found not gold -
and silver, but a lot of curious Iron

gadgets. My boss was, naturally,

k Gxa very disappointed, and wondered 1\\fOR. Holiday

) (Camp. ete -_Ccrmplctefij Teur| what. Then sort my of contraption guardian angel it couldbe. who ins Special!,

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grandfather of being a counter- HAD IN STOCK.

rwij # ,".,; fetter; I"ll kill you with this bar 2.98 and 5.50 all sizes

S. and bury you In that hole!" 1.98

/ ... I ran toward the gully, clearedIt 1.98 2.95 3.95
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picked up a couple of brickbats Silk Nightgowns 2.95
.... from the old chimney, for defense

f.l a1 a1r My> enraged pursuer fell into the & Pajamas TOWEL SETS 3.95
old well which enabled me to getaway 4.95
And here I am. After you They Have that Luxurious Famous Cannon Brand
have heard how cruelly fate treats Look. Make Her Feel

me and that I'm not a vagrant Like A Queen .69c Up Worth Much More

from choice, don't you think, Mr.
\ Chief, you could let me go? $2.98

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but since you said< you were such BATHROBES fOR.-

a good hand at running straight I
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That freight's going to stop--see .
Y that bunch of boys in that box

e& G93tU s Cteet J !9 car? I'll get 'em, too. I have a 1.98 2.98 3.50 BELT & BUCKLE SETS 1.00

lot of ditching on hand. You can WITH MVrCIIINO TIE CLASP _m__ __ _
TO THE FINEST FAMILY: IN THE WORLDUt2)ad keep the lines straight while them 4
I Bedroom Slippers
fellows dig. See? PAJAMAS
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/ "Drat it all!" mumbled the unlucky -\ A :Mont Beautiful ATTRACTIVE DESIGNS-ALL COLORS ______u___
Assortment-And'
man. "If that old saying

NEW HIGH-COMPRESSION VAIVE-IN-KEAD ENGINE a NEW AIL-SILENT, ALL-STEEL BODIES that a little knowledge. Is a dangerous Comfortable, Too. 1.98 3.50
thing ain t true, then I'll eat 1.00 BATH ROBES to

(With Solid Sue I Turret Top and Unisteel Construction) a PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES (With my hat. Me for hiding my light
under a bushel after this."
I Double-Articulated Brake Shoe Linkage) a NEW DIAMOND CROWN SPEEDLINE STYLING -- SILK GLOVES SNAPPY TIES SOC & 1.00

fUSING IV XM\S EOXES ? .,________ ,.__M
GENUINE FISHER NO DRAFT VENTILATION a IMPROVED GLIDING KNEE-ACTION RIDE A Very Fine QualIty- -
Mlas Edna Lewis, CorrespondentMrs.
,(at no extra COlt) a SAFETY PLATE GLASS ALL AROUND (at no extra cost) a SUPER-SAFE U'n\J: : : .hJlIANDKERCHIEFS 1.00
H. H. Lewis, Mrs. 1M, J. c AND TIE SETS
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SHOCKPROOF STEERING (at no extra cod) Fouts and Mrs. E. J. Lewis left 1.00
Sunday to spend a few days In
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THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR-PRICED SO LOW J. E. Norman and Jessie Goodman ALL THE NEW PATTERNS __________-- _

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Miss Edna Lewis
M''j Mr 1. a.rd.u.n 101",.,_a___
roe ICOIMMIUL' I ."t..'I.IX>" Sunday.Singing Convention at Lawtej 1.00 to 1.98 ALSO MEN'S HATS-SHOES-.PANTSJACOBS'

Bert Shaw, of St. Mary, spenl t

Torode Chevrolet Co. Friday afternoon with his home NEXT DOOR

folks.Mr. i
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I; EARLY WINDOW\ SHOPPING TOUR when looking for gifts, but I let me thing different, why not a "Jiffy Goodrich tires for as little as $1 u power to the smart people who are through In no time! j',
tell you that the Bradford Hard- Kodak?-the hobby of taking pictures week. Discuss your problems with always thinking up new things like All the things mentioned above
' ware Co, has something: to make Is more popular today( than Mrs. Stern and she will show you this. were In the stores when I made
DISCLOSES FINE BARGAINS the day bright for each member of it has ever been. how you can have the things you l..xik Around Yourself my rounds, but I'm not guaranteng .
I, HERE the family. I especially liked a set \\'hlte Lamps Arc' Smart want even If you are living on a I could go on like this forever, that they'll still be there when \ .
I of dishes now being shown In the It seems to me that thiS Den very limited Income. but> the more I describe the more you get there. However, If you!
i window they are snowy white mark Furniture Company has Silk Ito__ Sell Fast I realize how Impossible It Is to are disappointed at not finding any!
pt1NGIFTS AND NOVEL who's worn a pair of them if you with a band of delicate pink rose- made a successful attempt to stock Jacobs' has the prettiest line of give; you even a faint idea of the Item I have mentioned I am aura I '
r rj SHOWN TillS don't believe me. And the nicest buds around the border. Then too, Just about everything you will ladles silk robes I think the treasures that await you In our local you can find something else that] # "' :
j j YEAR thing about them Is that they're there Is an unusually fine assort- need for gifts In the home. If you swanky black one Is most striking, stores. Al It IB, I've left out will till the bill just as well. '
inexpensive. This store has regular ment of Aladdin lamps, and one want to go in for something exceptionally but the turquoise( blue and the wine half the things I wanted to( mention Everyone' Vents a Tree
I By EARLIE SHOPPERHave customers who come here from odd one that Is especially attrac- nice, go down and look are hard to beat. I said Jacobs' such aa those' very modern Christmas without a brlghUy.
you ever been Just looking twenty to thirty miles away to tive. It Is for the table and has a at the walnut dining room suitIt -- "has"' but maybe I should have end tables at the Hart Furniture lighted tree In the house or In the l i
around and all of a sudden you I buy these shoes. And by the way, fluted shade in pastel tones of would grace any home and make said "had' Instead for I understand Co Bach table la made up of yard just wouldn seem right, and I
realized that you were looking at. while you're In the store, you green. See It! It will surely make eating a meal a double pleasure.The that: the morning he got the ship three shelves end will hold no end Mr.. Gaaaett says that he will have*I Ia
some really beautiful articles?- might look at those beatuiful bathrobes some woman happy. Of course, smooth brown of the wood and ment In he sold( more than half of of books, knickknacks, whatnots fine stock of them In his hard-
not only beautiful, but useful, too. The one that caught my this store has a varied assortmentfor the simplicity of the design com- them before noon. But anyway, and vases. At their very low ware store next week, in plenty of I ,
Our merchants here in Starke eye was the striking brown and orange men and boys: flashlights, bine to make a set of outstanding you might find out If he has any price you just can't brat them for i time for you to decorate them before '
teem to( have relieved us of all the combination pocket knives, hunting and fishing furniture. The white floor lamps left. Even If he hasn't, he has glttll.; Also at Hart's Is a mlnla- the happy day. Do you remember -
responsibility of searching far and Thrilling Evening/ Drew equipment and sporting goods.A being shown here are very smart-- some other things that you'll like tore metal table In green with two the time when It was an]
wide for Christmas gifts this year. What young girl's heart would. Shower of Gifts you begin to see them in homes everywhere Just aa well: for instance those Ir- matching chairs for that little girl all-day job to find a suitable tree!
All we need to do is to walk up n't skip a beat or two if she were The window of Mitchell's Drug now--and they seem to resia table mules and those entirely whose eyes you want to see sparkle You had to burn up gallons of gas. "
and down Call Street on a little given a new semi-evening dress Store Is one of the most attractivein fit Into the color scheme of any new d res sell. when Santa comes around. ollne, ruin a good pair of hose and :
shopping tour and right then and like the one In Marguerite's win town and Is a veritable Heavenfor room. Denmark's also has some Get Buck to Him" The Shirley Temple dolls at get numerous scratches and brulseaf "
there we see all sorts of things to dow? Have you seen it? It I Is the gift shopper. Don't tell tiny wicker rockers if you happento Oh yes. I almost forgot about"him" Stump's' are particularly beautiful and then half the time after you] I,
give our relatives and friends. dark blue, silk crepe, very simply; me you can't find anything for the know of a little baby girl who for a minute locking at all and from reading Santa Claus got the tree home you found thatIt
Of course, after you've window made--In fact, the simplicity 1 Is most Important man In your life would like to have one. the feminine things. Women are letters In the Telegraph It seems was so large It wouldn't go Into] ,
shopped for a minute you must go what makes It so smart. And to( after you've seen that su-well Popular Budget flan, forever asking, "What, oh what, to that every little girl in the county the place you had for It, or wart'
right In and buy the article you ,I cap the climax, the high necklineis travelling kit they are showing. Stern's Garage Is very proud ol give a man?" Quit worrying and wants one of thene. Slump's nisi so small It looked more like It belonged r
want if you wait and it's gone accentuated by a beautiful This particular one is in rough the Zenith radio line, and you look at the Yardley's shaving sets has a fine line of hose and thereIs on the dining room table.,
when you do go for it, don't blame rhinestone clip. Mrs. Canova also brown leather and the fittings Inside would be proud too If someone at the Canova Pharmacy. See no(. more welcome gift for a woman But the wonders of civilization\ )
me I warned you. has some unusual gowns and are In green of course, It happened to give you one for( there! Your problem Is solved al- never cease, and now all we have''
Just to show you that I've really hundreds of other gltts.Sternherl's zips. Also for the men folks Is a Christmas. They can be had In an ready. And for the puzzled young the Quality Store Paul Ca I'I'In to do is to go down town and pick'] !1' f'
seen some pretty things, I am military brush set in rich brown Infinite variety of sizes, designs manhid gift problem Is solved nova will be glad to show you that 'out a fine tree that has travelled*1 I
to( tell you about some of If For Stjle wood and trimmed In silver If and colors. The bone white Is very by buying her one of those very ultiu-smurt pair of pajamas in hundreds of miles Just to brighten,j 'I 1 j jour
going want
It's hard to tell where to you to make your wife you want to "make time" I suggest new and fits In with the modern new compacts with the mirrors on the windowI mean the silk ones, home on Christmas Day i
them look chic this '
but here year (and what good either of these two items. For trend In decorating. Have you the outside! Just think, young| blue checked with a darker blue Several stores are carrying a i icomplt.te
rtart ( :
goes husband doesn't( ?) look at that the ladies, of course, there are, been to Mrs. Stern and let her explain fellow, with one of these there I trim. A fine assortment of ties line of tree decoration < .Ii ''
Handsome' Brown Suit green coat and green hat in need to have and mufflers be for and there Is use to ; fi'!''
countless fine compacts, dresser their budget plan to you? no powder blown all can bought really no go IN
There's something about a brown Sternberg's window You can tell sets and attractive bottles of per.I You can buy radios, bicycles and lover I you every time your beat girl very reasonable sums while you out of town for this material. V '3ANNOUNCIM ; ',.f
molt that makes a man look well- that Mrs. Sternbergtook especial fume. If you want to give some. even automobile batteries and I wants to look at herself! Mor I .are shopping here Leave every dollar you can at
dressed. I glanced at the smart pains in selecting that outfit when -- Shop' In Mturke First home this year ..
J. M. Alvarez's window and she in New York. You
In was can
one I know I have forgotten Just Make up your mind that you are ,
Til declare I had to stand and just see "Manhattan" In It That '
lots of things that I should have going to do( all of your shopping In
tare at It for at least ten minutes wide pleat all the way down the told you about---but after all, who Starke this year. You can find everything -
And all the time I was staring back and the high collar seem to can blame me. My mind Is simply you need right here and 2p
I was looking for the price be the thing this year. Of course, dazzled with all the nice things I you won't have to go to the trouble) t r
tag. You can imagine the relief Mr. Sternberg never forgets the have seen> ami( I wonder that I and inconvenience of shopping out
when I found It very moderately men as you can see by the window could gather my wits enough to of town. r
priced. And while you're buying, devoted to men's wear. This store tell you about the few things I !
you might as well get those also always has a very completeline
have mentioned. Nobody can do Krakatoa: a small volcanic Island
brown shoes and the brown hat to of toys. It you have a boy in your Christmas shopping for you, of 13 square miles, lay In
go with it. Surely no smarter the family he is sure to be de- and *know you wnuldn t want to( peaceful lnmrrf-r for 200 years. ',
Styles can be found*in*.the big city,: lighted with a Dick Tracy' set, consisting be deprived of that pleasure even In 1883 the volcano became active '
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drone! of shiny badge, If It were posHlblo So put on your and, after several months of small
Shoe Are Welcome a billy" and a police whistle most comfortable walking shoes eruptions, reached a grand climax I
For a pretty and practical gift, Not Only HardwareThe t and start, out. First make up your during which ').. Island dlitappear- .'
I'd suggest the Si-en-tiff Shoes average person is likely to "v, list and then check off each Item ed completely One-half of the '"/
it Alexander's. Just ask anyone forget about the hardware store I ts you purchase It You'll be world heard the explosion
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GE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA ., .. .- .. --------._--FRIDAY-. .- DECEMBER--.... : 18, MI3K!
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I Brooker Fla. Starke, Fla. bring me a wrist viati }h. .
j' Dec. 12, 1939 Dear Santa Claus I am eight and some candy and fnnt, ,
WE PRESENT Our Xmas Dinner Dearest Santa: years. I want a DIoon doll and a at Brooker. Please im t t I..
it LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS II I ve been a very good little girlso pair of rlknest me.
MENU I want you to bring me a ShIr- Melba Stringfeilow. Your friend.
ley Temple doll, a wagon, a tricycle .--- Doris Mott
a doll buggy and. some Brooker, Fla. .

r TURKEY DINNER Melrose, Fla. Hampton, Fla. books. Dec. 15, 1936. The cancer death rate ,mucn..I .
Dec 10 1938 Dec 14, 1936. Don't forget my little brotherhe Dear Santa Claus, from 63 per 100.000 I
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1If ,,. WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS Dear Santa Cluua, Dear Santa wants a truck a car, a wagon I am a little girl 12 years old and 100 per 100.000 In 1934 but ,F ,.I
:I I am a little girl ten years old. I am a little girl nine years old and some candy. in the sixth grade. I want you to begun a slight decline this ,
I am In the fourth grade. For and In the fourth grade. I would Your little friends, -- y f?
An Invitation Is Extended Christmas I want a Shirley Temple like you to bring me a manicure Bobby and Almonto Dyal.P. -.
To One And All doll a doll house, a trunk, set, sewing basket and a big doll.I S. Don't forget mother and
some candy, an overcoat and a pairof have a little sister one yearoldso daddy. GIVE THEM A BRAND NEW
school shoes. please don't forget her. Bring
_ Your friend, us lots of fruit and candy.
ORANGE BLOSSOM CAFE Frances Alderman. Lots of love, Brooker Fla.
Betty Jean Adklns. Dear Santa Claus CHEVROLET OR

,... -___- -____________- --'-'r Starke, Fla. P. S. I would like you to bringme I am a little girl 10 years old. I OLDSMOBILEFOR
Dear Santa Claus a pair of bedroom slippers too. like to go to school my Teachers
name is Mrs. Hall I love her she Is
'.f I am a little boy twelve years
WHAT TO PUT ON THE TREE old. I go to school. I am in the Hampton, Fla. very nice to me. CHRISTMASThe
fourth grade. My teacher is Mr. Dec. 14, 1938. Santa I would like so much for
Wilkinson. I want a B. B. gun a Dear Santa you to bring me a Sherley Templedoll Whole: Family Deserves A
FOR HIM cow boy suit and a big red wagon. I am a little girl seven years old, wrist watch and nuts, candy Treat
Your friend I would.like for you to bring me a and some fruit and Santa please
Billy Tetatone. sewing basket a manicure set, a don't forget my little baby brother -
doll and a pair of tearoom( slippersand 3 years old he wants a little red
SHIRTS lots of fruit and candy. I havea wagon ball, some nuts, fruit and TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
., WILSON BROTHERS little sister one year old. Please candy.
don't forget to bring her a rocking We
will
be so thankful.
STARKE
i'w 1.95 chair, a doll and a tricycle. FLA.
Your friend,
Lovingly ,
yours
Amanda Mott. I.. .........
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I Dear Santa Claus Living Room Sets Bed Room
Sets
IN :XMAS BOXES I am a girl I'm going to school LAMPS
m 1 I am in the six grade my teachers
Mr. Wilkinson I want you to 29.50 49.50 up
BATH ROBESALL bring me a pencil box, a wrist up
: watch, a manicure set, apples, or- NEW BEDROOM Fl'KM-
WOOL ySHE'D anges, nuts. I will not ask for I I I I I I I TI'RBILL: :U.K"X\'
2.95 5.95 w much for you will have to give all CHAIRS KIDDIES_WICKER_. 2.75 f.. UOMVN:( HAPPY.DRESSERTROBES.
4 BED ROOM SLIPPERS l" 's the little children something. UP
Your loving friend _
1.69 1.89 Ruby Tetston.
LOVE I.1INTYHandkerch'fs I BRIDGE TABLE 1 24.50
&: ('II.1111SETS! ... 1550 H\siuEST
THE TIIIX.
Stark., Fla.
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Dear Santa Claus.I
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suit, a B B gun a big red wa- I AN' UNUSUAL ASSORTMENT! I CABINETS !t,
NEW EVENINGDRESSES gon. I go to school. I am In second FILL
25c to 1.00 grade. My teacher's name is 1.75 TUB % r ;
Miss Mary. Don't forget mother BILL T
and daddy and my teacher, Miss
IN XMAS: BOXES Mary. I
Your loving friend FOR GIFTSTABLE JUk

PRICED AT Truby Tetstone.
LAMPS
Starke, Fla. NOVEL STYLES__ 1.50L'P -
SOCKSlOc Dear Santa Claus. 5S
8.95 to 19.50Hundred
I am a little girl four years old.
I want a little rocking chair anda FLOOR LAMPS-
to 50c j Shirley Temple doll candies, ALL STYLES 7.50 1
of Other GUts nuts, and oranges for Christmas. I 1 to J 'STALL
want you to put them on the SOME: IN WHITE ASK-
IN XMAS: BOXES Christmas tree. SOLD INDIRECT LIGHT- 13.50 \\EON
MARGUERITE'SSHOPPE Your friend IIAVEirDENMARK
Melba Tetstone. EASY a.OCCASIONAL

J. ALVAREZ TERMS CHAIRS .?- ______ 5.50FURNITURE
Starke, Fla. t -
Dear Santa Claus,
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I am a little boy six years old..I C O.
go to school and I like my teacher ,
Miss Mary. I want a wagon and a !
cow boy suit add candies and nuts
MERRY CHRISTMASWhen and a B. B. gun.
Your friend,
C. J. Tetstone.

Making Purchases For Your Xmas Dinner. Your Order Is
Starke, Fla.
Solicited. Complete Line of Meats and Fancy Foods. Dear Santa Claus \STOP !

I want you to bring me a big red
wagon and a little red truck and i
FASC\-LONG GRAIN l\IAXWELL HOUSE IIERSIIEY'S candies, oranges and apples. I ama ,
little boy two years old. My nameIs
;
RICE COFFEE SUGARS Hubert. Don't forget my daddy FOR
and mother too.

Your friend, L' ,

Lbs. 25c' 25c Lb. 5 Lbs. 25c P. S. Don't Hubert forget Tetstone.my little sister ) Oul

Melba, she wants a Shirley 4 --

Temple doll-Thangs. Hubert. ,
FANCY 'AN\; S TALL THE PAUSE

LETTUCE __ ___ 10c TURKEYS, Lb.__ 23c MILK -- -- -- 21 c Dear Santa Starke Claus, Fla. THATREFRESHES ,I

I am 9 years old and I love you
FANCY NICE FAT-IIEAVY CII.\Ho.tEU: 2 CANS and I want you to get me a cow
CELERY 13c COFFEE 25c boy suit and to guns and a be-be
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HENS, Lb. _____ 19c -- -- gun. I live at Mr. homer Johns. I Lsf CHRISTMAS SHOPPING IS
EXTRA FANCY want bike and a box of shells if
Cranberries, Lb 25c MILK FED 2 NO. 2 C\SS--liIolld Pack you have them. Your friendW. 'i HARD WORK. WII E X

TOMATOES __ 15c B. McKlnney.
FRYERS Lb. 23c MERRY YOU GET ,V
FANCY EATING>pus -- TIRED AND WEARY PAUSE

By Box or Dozen COUN'rRV ROLL 2& LBS. GOOD Dear Santa Starke Claus, Fla. CHRISTMASTO MOMENT FOR A BOTTLE OF COCA COLA

FLOUR 80c I am good and I wood like a nice ALL AND SEE HOW IT RESTS YOU.
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4 1.8it. 35c
BUTTER Lb
-- dress. I am 10 year old and wee
BANANAS 15c are make sum pictures. I have five

ONIONS, 4 lbs. 10c CHEESE, Lb. 23c FLi'O'URLL : '' BEST 98c In the grade.famly.Your and I frlnd am in from the second Es-- STARKE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANYHere's

ther English to Santa Claus.

COMPLETE LINE HorSD -SIRLOIS Starke Fla.

OF PRODUCE STEAK, Lb. __ 20c TUXEDO FEEDS Dear Santa Claus
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I
want a dollI ----'r

A COMPLETE: LINE OF For Every Purpose want a dress s

Fresh FRUIT CAKE COMPLETE LINE Velma Conner the pointMOST :,

MATERIALS! At re- At Low Prices Starke Fla. I
OF MEATS
Dear Santa Claus.
duced Prices.
I am 10 year old. I want a FELLOWS GIVE THEIR I
dregs. I am in the second grade.
I want a doll. Your friend WIVES SOME MORE OR LESS USELESS I

Alice Parker. ARTICLE FOR CHRISTMAS I
WILSON & TOOMER I
Starke, Fla. AND ENTIRELY OVERLOOK I
Dear Santa Claus /
THE BEST GIFT OF I
IDEAL I want a little doll and a pal
FERTILIZERS of skates I am a little girl oney ALL-:MORE LIFE INSUR I
10 old. Your friend
year ANCE. BE SMART: THIS YEAR
I II
__ __ FOR Josephine Dicandto.

STRAWBERRIES, COTTON, TOBACCO, TRUCKING & Starke Fla. I AND TAKE OUT ADDITIONAL r I
INSURANCE. IT IS A GIFT THAT f
PRODUCES Dear Santa Claus,
I am 9 years old. I want a IS GOOD NOW AND WILL BE GOODIN i
MORE AND BETTER CROPS AT LOWEST COST Dioon doll and a calling
I Louise Edwards. YEARS TO COME.

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1I I S. R. JOHNSFree Dear: Santa Starke Claus Fla. LET'S TALK OVER;: :r'

I want you to bring me a cow '
t boy suit a air rifle and a air plane YOUR PROTECTION
apples oranges candles. I go to
school I'm In the first grade my
Phone teacher Is Miss. Mary don't forgetmy
.& SONS mother and daddy and teacher,' H. C. WALL -- General Insurance
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EDITORIAL Christmas Programn : \ HOin BI M>ESS i I 1 1I
Katie had Basketball Boys Wish I I-ut KTII ill.MU: N..:\\S :'
EDITORINCHIEFVIRGINIA ( company Sunday afternoon '
Assembly It I l-.voty: I one la looking fuivsaul to
FUGATE happened not to be any To Thank CitizensWe 'I
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one from Gainesville we think It out Christmas party which Is to br

LITERARY EDITOR Assembly began with the pees was a certain boy whose name on Friday IIfternoon.Vt> will havea I ELEMENTARY ECHOES It '

MARTILE HEMINGWAY entation of a large flag for the starts with L. wish to thank the following Chiralmas program after which :

EDITOR auditorium. This flag was a gift Harriet Benson had a good time tor their contribution to the boys everyone will receive gifts from the o

SOCIETY of the senior class of 1930. Saturday night. Her muscles basketball uniform fund: Chi'1st man tree.Hefreahmente,
FLOWED KILLINGSWORTH were G. A. Light Carter & Wall Ser i I r
There were several numbers sore Sunday. Harriet don't dance I of punch, cooklos,
EXCHANGE EDITOR from the lower grades. too much next time. vice Station Mrs. K E. Andrews land candy will be served KOl'KTH GKADK
A J. Crtffls, Priest lOc Store, Christmas Program
MARGIE MCMILLAN "Round and Round the Christmas The basketball glrle seem to tie I Mitchell's Drug Store, Suwannee I The following are exempt from GradesOur Mlas Edwards' Room I
Given
Tree"-Mrs. Klncald's room. all their games. There must be Stores all examinations and will receive By Billy Blakely of Lake City vllt- ':
SPECIAL REPORTERLOIS J. T. Denmark, Fred F. .
Chrlstmas"jMr8. something on the sidelines to at I extra three days vacation. To be with last week. \:
"If We Hadn't Ited us one day
JUDD Any Stump, Sternberg's Store, T. loC::. Christmas program beganby
tract the players' attention. exempt a student mu t have A In visited relatives j 1
Bernard Jordan
Biggs' Second Grade room. I: McClane, Jr., O. L. Beasley, A. J. nil singing the first verse of
BIOGRAPHY OF "Up On The Housetop" Second I', Frances was looking for a cer .j Thomas Harold Wall\, Eugene liizenshlp and an average of A in "Joy to the World." This was In Dothan, Ala., last week. I,

\1KGINIA FUGATE grade students. tain Gainesville boy Saturday I 11I1atthews,, Dr. J. W. Brownlee, each subject. Bobby Biggs, Mack followed by the flag salute and Vivian Hewitt was In Jackson..: j
night. We wonder he didn't Futch Roberta Whltfield, Gloria
why
the I "Christmas Customs In Other Bradford Hardware Co.. Ritz Theatre the Lord's prayer. vllle Saturday. !
lover of books was come. Price Oleeta Green, Edna Mae
A great born Lands' -Miss Buddlngton's I Johns & Walnwrlght. Starke The following numbers were Cecil Leach was In the Ocala Na :
room
I
only Virginia Fugate A itoneley, Rryan Harrell, Gene Noe-
and certain twin from Hawthorne
one Coca-Cola Bottling Co.. R. A. tlonal Forest, Saturday.We .
1919, In Bronson Recitation-Margaret Monteith. and Cat given{ :
December 10 was at the game Friday night with Green, Starke Stave Mill\ \, E. K. gel CrumplerH. 1. "The Christmas CanJle" are glad that Cecil and Ma : .; '
Florida "What Is Christmas?" Two 'I a Hawthorne girl. What's the Adklns, Teacher several \
I Perryman, Bill Mundy. Joseph E. 1':111GlIlIl4:: n from Miss Middle- via Leach are back after ,

During early childhood Virginia Girls. matter Virginia, can't. you hold Wilson, Hart Furniture Co., E. C. tone room. weeks absence.

mate's life was spent at Archer "A Letter to Santa Claus"-Kee- your own? ; Priest, Paul E Canova, F. C. Hotllngsworth HOME NIT: 2. "The Christmas Story" from We drew names and will have

Florida; here stands the school fee Pitts. Marjorie gets angry when the E. Z. Johnson, The We have finished our Home Unit Miss Lllley's room. our Christmas tree and party on] "

,hat Virginia first attended. Mr. Gray gave a short talk on paper criticizes her gum Maybe ,I Spotlight. Browne Pharmacy, We made "Our Home" booklet. 3. "Round and Round the Friday, I '

Virginia had a twin sister, who honesty, following which the bas publicity will make her quit Scott's, Bank of Starke. The doll house Is completely fur Christmas Tree" song from Mrs .- e- 1

WM very brilliant in school, but ketball girls appeared on the stagein Leltha Kelly spent the week-eod e nished and the Jolly Family have Klncatd's room. Bodies preserved with''trn

Virginia first term in school was their new uniforms and led a few In wildwood. Christmas Spirit moved In. There are four in the *. "Christmas If"--Two boys meat of paraffin can be kept with. ]

' not successful. Remaining: In the school family, Father, Mother! Dick and from Mrs Biggs' room out decay for an indefinite time, j

r'' first grade for two years it took songs.CH I Basketball Girls Tied Prevails in School Jane. They are ready for Chrlutuias. 5. Christmas Emblems -. Five according to Prof E. J, Farris,'I

I ed as If the Fugate twins were 9 DL19 I With Melrose Friday We want our friends to come pupils from Mlns Edwards' room who developed the treatment.

destined to be separated because Christmas In all Christian coun- I This year the Christmas spirit see our doll house and our book 6. Song-Up On the Housetop,"

1' seemed to learn so much easier has been displayed throughout the lets. from the three second grades.
one tries Is celebrated as the anniver The B. H. S. girls tied with the !
I han the other. sary of the birth of Christ. Melrose with school more than ever before. Ev First Grade, 7. "Without Chrlstmas"--Mar. RllTEVEDINONIIJ !
girls the
same score
She moved to Ocala In 1928: here That day, December 25, Is mark they tied Sanderson 1616. ery room has been decorated someway _Ruby Lllley.SECOND garet Montleth from Miss Hazen's i R APPLICATION ,

. ihe lived until she had gained aufflcient ed by special religious services indifferent Several substitutions or other. They have been decorated e room I II
' be in the fifth were made GRADE-A We Ue"--Lou I CAN'T STOP THIS ITCH
r' knowledge to more than ever before and 8. "What May 'r
1 churches, by doing good
. during the game. Mrs Biggs, Teacher IT'S DRIVING MC CRAZY ,
l some have been made very attrac etta Grlffls from Mrs. Roberta'Room .I I
grade. for other people, by exchanginggifts Forwards: Hinson Howard, Phil .
'; After living in Ocala for a number and I tive. Some of the rooms have got We have completed our Xmas USE RYKO, IT NOT )
" rejolcement. lips Collins .
; guards:
Captain, Dyal,
'' of years Virginia came to live ten Christmas trees and decorated booklet of carols-Illustrated. 9. Song "Jolly Old Rt. Nlch- "i ONLY SOOTHES i
'f When think of Christmas
we we Tyson, these most of the
playing
Florida.As them. We are enjoying many Christ aloe by some pupils from the PARASITIC ITCH
In Starke, think of Santa Claus I' fi
stockings, game H. Outcatr.ItACruauYCLEARS I,
stories. Different pupils bringIn
I mas
time changes Virginia Fu Mr. Benson's room has a very; three third grates r
and Christmas trees. The girls wore their new suits their favorite story to have it 10. "Chrlstmua Suggestions" by IT UP / I I
also changed. What they had attractive tree and It has colored ,
; gate Our first Christmas tree was setup of gabardine cloth, of red trimmedIn t
now Ights on it. nix!: boys and girls from Mitts Ad- MAltftG HfSUITS
seen as a small girl was read.We QUICK 1
once German named Martin Lu
a black.
I I by The new suits seemed to are writing to Santa Claus kins'
beautiful The pupils have also been read- room.
Into
young
? changing a of fifteen Virginia : ther. As he was out walking one glitter under the lights and were ing more Christmas stories than today. We do not ask for a great 11. "The Angel's Song," by I NEVER KNEW

lady At the had age become one of day he saw a beautiful tree. A the center of attraction (especiallythe ever before. many things. There Is one thingwe Jack Dyal from Mtns Htnson's ANYTHING COULD WORM ,to

Fugate thought came to him that this pretty girls In them). I hopethat Is that Santa will SO fAST THE VERY FIRST
Mr. Benson's room.
eleventh I Is
ladles grade
the town's most noted young would be very appropriate for the It was not until Ethel Packham APPLICATION OF RYKO
box be able to remember all the boys 12 "0 Little Town of Bethle 4
church the \ryingto get a Christmas
for her work In the on time of the year. So he took it and Mildred Brown went In that up and girls who are really trying to hrm" by nil RELIEVED THE ITCH. i ,
other for some of the needy children
newspaper staff, and many home and placed it In his home and the ice could be cracked. At the in the lower grades.very They hope be good little citizens. 13. "Christmas Gifts" by John ,T* WONDERFUL, t 6 ,

, things decorated It with candles. From" end of the first half the "
was .
score
to finish that the box Is filled with good Klnlnw I from M r e. Hart room For Itch (a<-abl teal), r nqworm, athUto's t. e
I Virginia wishing then on they have been- known as 8-8 and at the end of the last half 1ITII CiltADK COMPLETES: 14. Dialogue, "Different Cus loot and other paraaltla akin Irritation 't''" i'I+ {
for the little
IJ school as soon as possible, went things children Any auk your druqqtat' far HYKO. Oulck tultmt : }
16-16. This
Christmas trees. showed that the
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game gifts of either food or clothing will BOOKLETS toms" by four girls in costume or your money back, RYKO oolu Ui-* l 1 '
the
\, to summer school during sum We should not only think of givIng was close from start to finish. It All last week we worked on our from Mlns Binldlngton'a room "1
of 1934 thus she will[ graduate ,' be greatly appreciated. It'KIsold l l In Htiuko lly1'hurnuicy f.'f; 1 ,
mer gifts to each other but giving seemed that the Starke girls did ... Florida booklets but they are complete 15. Dlalolle"Whatteans! .
n+
a year sooner In the school to God as well for he gave his not get any breaks from the ref now. Most of them are very ('hrI8tmas?" The characters were Ilh'Owl" and goad drill/ it k y
I. of 1935 Mr. Gray, the principal I 'I Boys Played Good stores. rter>'\\ here, ;, i!
term most precious son to save us from I eree. well done and we know quite a bit Star and Child from reties Hazen's

" of Bradford High School, our sins. The girls played a good clean Game In MelroseThe more about our home state now room. I

. so noticed that Virginia was ai-I If we would keep- this thoughtin I game and showed fine sportsmanship. than we did know. I 19. "Johnnie Letter to Santa," ""I'I' ,

valuable to the school, mind could out the A fine crowd attended this Hart '
we carry B. H S. boys lost to Melrose Mrs. put up a new safety by Kecfee Pitts from !Mrs. How
as editor-in-chlef of the I spirit of Christmas more like the game and we hope for them to continue High School, Friday night bya poster In our room. It says! "l'':yes ard's\ room. 1 1 1y

per master would have us. I doing so. The girls will play tight score of 2223. This wasa open! Look Before Crossing The Mr. Gray then made some an i ''I

During her life Virginia has visIted For little children everywhereA I their next game in Lake Butler thrilling from the first I Street." nouncements.Ida I ','
game
''
many Interesting places such still well make Tuesday, Dec. 15. We Christmas tree 1
joyous season ; of put up our Lulu Davis, Reporter
last second the
u the Bok Tower, Rlngllng Art And bring our precious gifts to I Ethel Packham played some las toss-up to the and decorated it the first of the --e----- \ MEN Md. ..y.'-tI_ Mly4TV ;
Due to the substitution
Museum, Sliver Springs, all in them year but did not come out until aLter game. week. We are all\ hoping to get MRS. KINC.MIVS BfHlINNKKSW you tuRw iMoglna. bxtadts/( .
of Dan Hazen, who was Injured, with 4l _, 'hwnlM, wanly or to* 1eM I
Florida. Even for the dear child Jesus' I the first game this year. Mis the Melrose boys scored eight Iota of gifts from It Friday after were very much compliment. "... srktA/M. M.. .eakq iM N

In 1936 she visited Memphis: sake. Maxwell tells us that Ethel has points. ed that we were asked to repeatour l ahIJ wK n ymt fl tir red iallwpMl ....... "

Tennessee, and attended the -Gary.GUESS 'I, made first team and will appear noon.Muriel Crawford and Geraldine Xmas Chapel number for the KM 0...'> alts' r

1 .Southern Epwortlx League Confer e--- In one of the new suits at the next The line up for the entire game, Todd returned to school Monday High School program. D...i'* ... ..p. .Lllya! poorly ;.
with the exception of one substitution
kidney Million of bosom
WHO game An outsider at the game I after a week's absence caused by We have almost finished four worhlnq ii:
enceVirginia was as follows: guards, are wed.wry y w. TheV' .r. rcoimmf .
Is
enjoys traveling and There Is in the senior class Friday night was asked which books In class. We
a boy our reading are d die .. AakDOANSPILLS !
Crosby, Dan Hazen; sickness.Olin country year \;
hoping she can go the long routeto who la not considered tall but plays Bradford girl was the best player- White Jr.. Reporter. very proud of that sdghtwrl 'I

Europe on her wedding tour.It basketball. He la a good friend and he said the girl In white and Brown.Quarrels, The Bob entire Long;forwardS// ),frl!. Hart, Teacher. _. --e. ? --- n I.tf{ I

k is said that Virginia will attend and a nice person to be around. He red-meaning Ethel who was wear- I Melrose on Its heels tor ----. Cattle were made to pull crude ''I I

I'' college after graduating from Is well known for his Innocent ex Ing a substitute uniform Rome today has fewer citizens plows with their tails, as late as
half. The score at the end of the "
", high school. Her ambition Is to pression when playing basketball.He I than It had 2,000 years ago. 1631 ;' lit lit'I
first half was 14-8 in favor of
become and I am Mr. Jones Talks I,
a stenographer Is blonde but has a moderatelydark --- -T-- -'- --- :
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Starke, but the B. H. S, boys coul '
sure she will make a good one. likes
complexion. Everyone To Typing Classes not hold them down from the beginning ;
-Jack Underhlll.e. Who Is he? i FLORIDAHIGHLIGHTS ;
him with good reasons. .e6yr NK af' ? '
i of the second half
on. ;,) .
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BIOGRAPHY Everyone was excited Thursday Eob Lung, scoring 7 point!a! {; !

EXCHANGES afternoon, December 3, 193S, when I played his best game of the season r ;
IEOLA NORMAN freshmanBy
tell
You can always a
class students I there. 'l 'ZOEIAS'i'fl
the fifth period '
On Apill 1, 1920 daughter. was his green and gaudy stare. went to class and found that Mr. The next scheduled game will b, ;eG f }

born to the proud parents Mr. and You can the always way he tell combs a sophomoreBy his hair. H. G. Jones, representing The Dec.played 15. In Lake Butler, Tuesday' r t3 'AN 3g i;:" x, TF.N/Cl.U4tP/O..V..Y I ti I IJYJlO

Mrs W H. Na'man. The name You can always tell a junior Gregg publishing company, of Savannah The boys' team has ordered nev /NGNES LOiF'G / ;.'" HON FOV8 ? .r
be
Leola decided to there demonstrat 11
Ga.
was ftnilly was I
suitable for the falrhalred little By the way he struts. ing the latest method of teaching suits but they have not arrive* h slS G201I/N a rNP/GLYSN.P.S'
senior
girl, and thus she became knownto You can always tell a typing which Is the direct method.He yet. /N F oeio y W M //v MY7.1" ',,
him much.
t tell
But you can :
Roswell
Nogel, Reporter.
every one aa Leola Norman The Mllache, Milaca, Minn. showed how this was aa advan '
She Is five feet, four Inches tall tage to persons typing. ''- zs 1' 1'
sad hundred and five when with Annwer to Ones Mho? i ,-r _..I .g; ;
weighs one Junior saying his prayers on He said! that you type JI .,. t,
Randolph Quarrels
pounds, has gray eyes, and blonde rhythm It does not enable you to
Christmas eve: "Lord, I'm not giving o 1 1I
hair you a song and dance. If I get attain the greatest amount of THOUGHTS FOR THE UKKK

Leola likes all kinds of sports a football, I'll make the team." I II I| speed otherwise possible. Some Genius can never despise labor,

Including basketball, swimming, I .1 I[ words are easier to type than oth- Today Is yesterday's plan put lato -

tennis and skating.Her uow a member of the Senior class I ers and when typing with rhythm action. I .

dislikes are very few but of 1937. 'I you couldn't type the easier words Effort that Is not carefully di- jrltt ip ep l ; :

the most outstanding one Is conceited In high school Jack has taken (I' reefed Is waited. I II

people. courses such as Physics, Mathematics Letters To Santa ClausDear Nothing worth having eve I : /. ,
I et
She has lived In various parts of etc., that are related to en comes to one without hard work A'r' K of 10"'K S< '.

Florida and first attended school gineering. He Is very interested In Santa Claus, He who thinks evil, sees evil;
J
1t Woodlawn where she completed this work and has been all during Please bring me for Christmas he who thinks good, sees good. -J'W.oSOH ; 't!

tie first eight grades. She then his school lire some one to write editorials, checkall t u t

1'C8rne' to Starke where she Is completing Jack Is very earnest In his work newspaper work, and write up "Heavy water" sells for $1250 a 1 f fI i ir
I l &
her senior year. and is looking to a great future in I some reports for the newspaper pint. Chemists can make a pint t ;n 'e' i ,qI

She is very studious and espe- the line of Civil Engineering. HIs Also send the Bolles "boys" a long of the nawly discovered product I ...

dally* likes to study history, short planning to take this course I Christmas vacation, 110 they will '1'001 150:; gallons of ordiniry water "-

hand and typing. when he enters college at the get home for a while. I
unl.// Fl.. IQwK
Inus Prescott. versity of Florida We all Your friend, .

--- looking to Jack as a success Virginia Fugate. Primitive human beings lived In

BIOGRAPHY OF we know that he will be success --- :North American as long as 11,000to !

HORACE JACK UNDERHILL ful. Dear Santa: 20,000 years ago, perhaps as ,,r .B.i i2 Ql a 1

faster than the harder words Please -tlend me an Invitation to far back a!< the Ice Age, new evl- P Weic iL iP. .r t eEe,) II '
any /
On the of February 19, Jence has shown. t : ; 1 1I yt4
morning and therefore causes time to be the party the seniors are going to ,

Win there was born to the familyof lost This time could be spent on have this week. I would also likea LOCI nr.innr.it IHHITITIOHAKK I : :

Mr and Mr!!. Walter Underhill the, harder words. trip to Miami during the holidays \% VOL IffIn : j
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*lIOn who they named Jack. also send not normal. Its nature' w.rnInx
Three things that Mr. Jones told and you can me "I.n.r Ahvad." M.ik thin ZSc .
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The child has developed Into a us we must have before we could exemptions In all subjects If you 01,1' 17H. burhu IDBVCH. Juniper oil e'h/! rbv 'i, t ate ,
anA t other driiK., mad Into HttUcroon I
bung man of complexion
a light Ability. want to.
typists are: .
become good tablet. lo flush out *xcenairldn
tackled face boy about five and Ambition and 9elf-Confidence.b1r. Lola of love, and /lmpurltl. K*<.m.i iii-ldn

rae half feet high weighing one Jones talked to us also> about Miriam: Guy can flat: cans up nlKhtH Irritation, snooty runultlntr flow Craw In fft-nld A n ..','r? '$r.lawr7Ci'tf W y'tt'+ A ,

hundred and fifteen pounds short hand and told us some of the I P. S. I've been a good girl all l*,,lr*, burn.:In jr. buckx.. : Ion c (
mlntx. Ju t yii'IrucKlfit 1
His chief delights are sports, as advantages of knowing shorthandand year. In four date If not pl aavoiit I
hooting, fishing, swimming and especially the importances of i! .<\ !'V will b.' r..ru..I.1..h.. ,
I ell', riruv Htori'
football. Some of lice stories that knowing shorthand. When Dear Santa, S' ,
be tells of boys out of our large'' Please! send me a love seat for E 'rt / /S'i ''rl ,
the game he has captured he was told that ,. .,, .
11\\ killed Is almost nnbellev- shorthand class we only had one I' my homeroom to sit In during re- i, Still Coughing? l N ,r I

., ; .,
lble and third period. Also ,
:
He has a desire that has boy he was very mucn surprised tees noon
rro.1with> send be a big box: of kisses! for me' No matter how many medicinesrou __ __ ._
I I taking .
him from childhood to Ht hopes to find more boys I have tried for your cough cheat .. -il" -""' '' __' / _-- _._
"worne a and when he comes to give Virginia's room-mate : you I .
good football player to It next spring | old: or bronchial irritation can I

W 1s figuring on putting this de-I back. I I Yours truly, ret; relief now with Creomulsion. i,i The itl ,rt 'ng' BIRD OF PARADISE FLOW tied to the bottom of the fruit to make It grow)
be and
err mto practice when he enters I! Mr. Jones complimented Mrs Billy Long. ierlous you cannot trouble afford may to take brewing a chance i I l.1: : wax g. iv'n m, the green-house in the garden of straight instead of curling up. I I

siege I Beasley on her typing classes. He I -- with anything less than Creomul- I I the "01! :"al Hot;te," St. Francis St., in St. Augustine. The molt extraordinary exploit In the history f

'pack entered and attended school said that they behaved well and I Dear Santa, Ion, which goes right to the seat I iof T'.j: (.lint, which It known as the Travelers of the Florida State Public Court Tennis Tournament ''u
ask for anew trouble to aid nature to
the
I wanted to you
't He
Frostproof Florida where he also on their fine cooperation. just Palm, is vc 'y i tare in the United States, but It fJ
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basket ball suit for the boys. oothe and heal the Inflamed mem. was performed by HUDSOtf JlA:>IU. of Ft.
a'aa born. He 'attended schoolf !I especially noticed that there was I I would also like to have Doshla's iranes, as the germ-laden phlegm found gi o..in:; in widely separated Florida loculitirs. LsaderJale Jack onylll. on December 31 t I. 1932,. I
loosened and expelled.
three aver : n't one person chewing gum. la ; '
years with good anJ
'lea classes Individual affection a date every Even If other remedies havoailed : January 1, 1933. During these two days he
each year I I We are very proud of our ..tl night luring the holidays. I'd like t don't be discouraged, your The .,' ova called! "bean" Is really not a beanat won the men's double, men's tingle, junior singles r ,

His Parents then moved near 'i and teacher, Mr*. Iajle wr to beat Melrose, and you might better when and to refund your
try*rke where he attended a co n- I hope to be even back :and will b... gou 1 I i il make me the mayor of Brooker r Treomulston:noney if you are not satisfied with known as the JAKE: GOURD and belongs to the that, though only a Junior player, he was seeded 1 1 '?

R! school for three more years. Jones comes school next ,' Thank you very much.. r esults from the very first\ bottle ..,wWI fern I/, A stone or other weight }Is often number ynq, IR snFr lfYi+il/... v '
visit our ... A. '
I
hen entered Bradford High I l to have him I'I'8prlng. ArtforJ Brown. flat: Creomulslon right ik1f. A4O, *

*hi.1\ he has attended since and ia1 1 I j tr

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Epworth League Entertains Fieldings to Celebrate Bi-County Federation Meeting ViningKingMrs. STATE FARM-- ] -

With Christmas PartyThe Held Here TuesdayThe NEIVS
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Charlie Lou King became

11 [ iSocietvA) Senior Epworth League entertained W. Fielding of Gainesville will be Bi-County Federation of (he bride Sunday afternoon of L. By Mrs. P D F.n, !ht,,

Wednesday night In the Interested In the following clipping Women's Clubs Including Lake D. Vining official of the Federal Mrs. F. L. Chapman \,It,

Woman's Club building the occa- taken from one of the Gainesville Butler Worthington Springs and Land Bank, at a lovely ceremonyin E. Murphy\ Mrs. HI F. <;?,nu, "" W.,,
sion being a merry Christmas par- papers: Mr. and Mrs Thomas W. Starke groups, met In regular session Marianna with the Rev. E. A. Mrs. J. A. Lander \\1',, \" .it ,1',1
C. B. Price Honored -- ------ ty, which was attended by thirty- Fielding will be "at home" from Tuesday afternoon. Dec 15 In Childs of First Methodist Church. Late City Wednes Officers ElectedBy five young people Also attendingwere 8 to 11 o'clock the Starke Woman Club auditorium officiating. Mr. '
Party Monday evening and Mrs J, G ; ,
With Surprise G''I\
,
# Eastern Star the Rev. and Mrs. B. M. with Mrs. D. E. Roberts, pres- the ,I"ft,
Following wedding trip
+ December 21, In their suburban they Friday to spend a few ,,
n The Rev. C B. Price waa the Montgomery, Mrs. N. F. Guilford residence, "Serenola" In celebra- ident, in the chair. will live in Marianna. Belle Glade. ''I.Us m
The regular meeting of the Eas-
4 bonor guest at a surprise birthday tern Star will be held Monday and Mrs. Olin W. White. tion of their silver wedding anni- The meeting was called to or- The bride, a guest of Mr. and Dennis Fancher, of '
'. & dinner given by Mrs. Price In their The auditorium was and roll call of clubs fol !st Angus(
F' attractively der the
i night at 7:30: o'clock, in the hall. versary. Mr. Fielding Is one ofGainesvllle's Mrs. E. J. Blackshear and Mrs. tine, spent Sunday with ,
1 home Friday night at seven o'clock decorated In keeping with the at- lowed. A representative from Dickens in Marianna rents hm P"
Marguerite ,
Miss Verna Bullard, past grand most prominent Capt. and Mrs P. D !
Autumn leaves and poinsettlaa Christmas season There was a before each organization gave a detailed is of W. I.. Joiner vice F.nu
matron, will Install the following torneys and Mrs. Fielding a daughter er.
were employed as decorations beautifully lighted tree and Santa account of the work being accom-
officers: her marriage was Miss Louise La- president of the Motor Vehicle As- Mr. and
throughout the rooms of the home. Claus distributed packages of can- plished in her group. Mrs. M. R Holmes
ofGainesville's sociation of America and
Matron-Miss Lillle Mc- Font tsaee, member of one Mrs.
Worthy were called
to
The dinner table was covered witha dy for each Games O'Brien this
guest. were oldest families. Miss The order of business followed, Joiner of Atlanta. Week
beautiful cut work cloth Rae; Worthy Patron-C. A. Futch; because of the illness of
antique artistic Associate Matron-Mrs. Carmen played and light refreshments LaFontissee, with her parents, at the end of which officers for the I This announcement came as a er. his! fath
center -
and the piece waa an served.
formerly lived here In Starke, new year were elected. They are:
of Larson; Associate Patron-C, W. complete surprise to the many Mr.
and
arrangement poinsettias For some weeks the League has where she taught school. Mrs. D E. Roberts of Worthington Mrs. M. E. Griner were
friends of
Larson; Secretary-Mrs. Eva An- Mr. Vining here in
either side silver visitors in
flanked
on by been Mrs. E. A Melrose Sunday
to raise to
working Springs, president;
money
1 -
bolders and red candles. derson; Treasurer Mrs. C. A. Starke. For several years Mr. Vin
overcoat for Lake Butler, first Mr and Mrs. J.
purchase an their McDowell of A.
Mrs. Powell HonoredMrs. Lander
Futch; Conductress-Mrs. Elizabeth Ing held a responsible position here and
; The Christmas motive wee fur- Nasworthy; Associate Conductress pastor, and the surprise of the eve- vice president; Mrs. H. B. McLen- with the Empire Lumber Company.He son, Joe Allen, spent the week-end
ther emphasized In the place cards ning was to be the presentation of Luther Powell, leader of, don of Starke, second vice presi- on a fishing trip In St. Augustine
-Mrs. Clara Mae Knight; left last June for Alabama
t, of poinsettlas designating the Dora Alderman the overcoat to the Rev. B. M. Circle Number One of the Woman's dent; :Mrs. J. H. Williams of Lake and report a fine catch.
Chaplain-Mrs. where he
with
; accepted a
places for the guests. Marshal-Mrs. Jessie Wooten; Or- Montgomery. Miss Dorothy White Missionary Society of the Baptist Butler, secretary and Mrs. Albert the Federal Land Bank.position His The Woman's Club met Tues-
r 1 After dinner games and contests ganist-Mrs. Mae Green; Adah president of the League, in a brief Church, was honored with a hand- Miller of Worthington Springs, friends here wish him happiness.many day afternoon and enjoyed the an-
were enjoyed. Mrs. Luther Powell Mrs. Mae Wells; Ruth-Mrs. Edna speech presented the gift, after I kerchief shower when her circle treasurer.The nual exchange of gifts
'; won the prize, a "Friendship"book Hart; Esther-Mrs. Della Hoover; which Mr. Montgomery made a met last Monday at the home of president then announcedthat members. Refreshments were among
for the guessing contest. Martha-Mrs. Lorena Epperson; speech of thanks. Mrs. Emma Canova. the next meeting would con- Miss Carolyn Hutto of Monti-! ed by the hostesses, Mrs. j serv A

cii Another content was won by Mr. Electa-Mrs. Rubye Hayes; Ward- The League baa done good work In the presentation of the gifts vene at Worthington Springs on cello wall the week-end guest of BouvIer Mrs. M. E. Griner and
"1Y"et.. He received a Woodbury's er-Mrs. Edith Moseley; SentinelE. the past year, under the directionof Mrs. Powell was praised for her !the second Thursday !in May. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Mrs. Vance Geiger.

,j act for men. W. Hayes the pastor, and the young people splendid work throughout the year. Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid presentedthe Hutto. .

The deacona of the Baptist t. I honored him In this manner. Mrs. Canova's home was made following program: Dr. W. E. Middleton returned'
Church and their wives were Invited I attractive with poinsettias and Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, the latter part of last week
Special Music "Joy to the World" sung by all t r' m
to the with the Senior Class other seasonal flowers. Jr., the his at
week-end in
enjoy evening I Enjoys the members of the Federation. spent Jack- camp Piney Bluff GO rgta.
Rev. Mr. Price. They were Mr and The choir of the Methodist Christmas PartyThe After the business meeting the "Star of the East"-a solo, Mrs.R. sonville with Mrs. W. M. Wain where he had spent the pas: ten
; Mrs. J, M. Brownlee Mr. and Mrs. Church, under the direction of Mrs.A. hostesses, assisted by Mrs. Rich- J. Davis. wright. days.
H. L. Brownlee, Mr and Mrs. L. Z. Adklna, will give some spe- Senior Class of Bradford ard Kldd, served a tempting salad -
-
O. Powell, Mr. and Mrs. A J. cial Christmas music, Sunday County High School entertainedwith course to the members present. "Silent Night, a quartet, Mrs.A. -
a Christmas party at the Z. Adkins, Mrs. Jeanette Kin-
Thomas, Mr. and Mrs S. E. Sparks, morning at the regular hour of .
J, Woman's Club House Thursday caid, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman, andy worship. GIVE A GIFT
Mr. Lv F. Klckllter. Evening at 8 o'clock. Masons Elect Officers and Mrs. H. B. McLendon.
TO THE
Mr, Price was the recipient of Missionary Circles Meet The auditorium of the building I The Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. "The Story of the Birth of ENTIRE FAMILYThere
I i many useful gifts. was elaborately decorated in sea- and A. M. at the regular meeting Christ," from the Bible (Luke 2,

Circle Number Two of the Wo- sonal flowers and other Christmas I,Monday night, elected the follow- 8-21)) Mrs. W. E. Middleton.

t '' Baptist W. M. U. to Meet man's Missionary Society of the decorations. The center of attrac- ing officers for the ensuing year: The Lord's Prayer In unison.In can be no finer Christmas spirit than
Baptist Church met !In the homeof tion was the beautiful Christmastree. Joseph Sistrunk Worshipful introducing the social hour
The business and program meeting Mrs. W. L. Wall last Monday, Old Santa appeared duringthe Master. Mrs. L. A. Canova president of the the realization that provision has been made

i of the Baptist W. M. U. will be December 6 at three o'clock with party and gave each guest an C. H. Nasworthy-Senior War Starke Club, gave a welcoming ad- for loved ones on every Christmas Day as
held at the church Monday, Decem- Mrs. B. M. Fussel presiding. The appropriate gift. : dress to the visiting clubs.
ber 21, at three o'clock. A large den.Chas. long as they live. A deposit of
$1,000 left
meeting was opened with prayerby After playing many amusing A. Futch-Junior Warden. I Mrs. Albert Miller of Worthington -

nual attendance election Is of requested officers and as the the an-selection the leader. Plans for giving crackers games, refreshments of punch and D. P. CarpenterTreasurer.Nat Springs, responded.The with the Gulf Life Insurance Company will
were served. members then askedto
ry'' of the circle members will Christmas baskets were discussed. Sternberg-Secretary. were
> The chaperones for the evening .---- enter into a round table discussion pay a minimum of $30 every Christmas to
,' After the business session Mrs.
take 'place this time. The
at
were Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. D. P. Earl Searing of Jacksonville of "What Christmas will mean the beneficiaries and still pay $1,000 at the
d't Young Matron's Circle will have Wall served her guests delicious Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. spent the week-end here with rel to the club women." This was
charge of the program. i sandwiches and hot chocolate. Gray. atives. ably led by Mrs. J. E. Maines of death of the one by whom the insurance has

J Lake Butler.
been taken.
The following hostesses from the

1 Starke Club served light refreshments -
Y' during their social hour: By the use of this plan you can be sure-no
MAKE OUR STOREHEADQUARTERS
Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mrs. A. H.
matter what happens to you-that a check
Johns, Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. W.
N. North, Mrs. W. A. Brown, Mrs. from father will provide Christmas presentsfor
W. B. Parka and Miss Dorothy
Sapp. loved ones. It is a sentimental plan, but

.-- it is a real Christmas plan characteristic of
Mr and Mrs. George B. Flynn
and children of Clermont were the spirit of giving.

: for Your Christmas Shopping week-end guests of Mrs. Flynn's

; mother, Mrs. Emma Canova.
.t '* .<
'. .fOUR ., : JOHNS &. WAINWRIGHT
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Friends of Sara Barefoot will be -
STOCKS WERE NEVER BETTER ,pleased to learn that she is Improv-
I ing after an appendicitis operation Charley E. Johns N.; D. Wainwright! Jr

AT PRICES TO SUIT. EVERY PURSE { J last Tuesday. I __ _______u_ __




A REAL GOOD

GIFTS FOR THE LADIES GIFTS FOR THE MEN HENS, Lb. 18c GREEN'SSTORE

.t ; FLOUR
4

; COATS __ ._._ __ __ 7.00 to 16.50 FRIENDLY FIVES at __ _ __5.00
WHOLE GRAINRlCE51bs.23c

DRESSES ___ ____ ___ ______ _98c to 14.95 NOFADE SHIRTS at _______1:59,1.95 CASH & CARRYSTARKE 24 Lbs. 75c


r BATH ROBES1.98 to 6.95 NOFADE PAJAMAS _____ 1.59, 1.95 FLA.


b''' SLIPS __ _. ______________79cto 1.49 HOSE .. __________ ___ 10cto39c Make This Store Your Shopping Center For Groceries and Meats


; GOWNS ._________*_____________ 98c TIES h. _________ 25c, 35c, 50c, 95c During The HolidaysMIXED


', 4 ,PAJAMAS ____,'-... ________________ 98c BELTS _. ... __ "" __________ 25c to 1.35 CANDY CHRISTMAS Lb. lOc ROUND STEAK lb. 20c


? SILK'HOSE ______..__ ___ 49c, 79c, 95c SUSPENDERS __________ ___ 25c to 50c FRESH PORKSAUSAGE


SWEATERS ________ ____ 98c to 3.49' HANDKERCHIEFS _____ 5c to' 98c Box PRINCE ALBERT, can ___10c Lb. ___ 25c


HANDKERCHIEFS --- ._- -- 5c to 25c LUMBERJACK S-------- $2.95 to 6.95 PET OR CARNATION FLORIDA '
MILK tall 7c ORANGES Doz. 71hc
can
,L' FANCY COLLARS ----- 50c to 95c BATH ROBES _____ ... ___ 1.98 to 6.95 ,
CHUCK ROAST OR

Si-En-Tiffick Shoes .. ..3.95&4.95 SHIRTS at ____'____________ 79c & 98c LEMONS, D oz. ------;:-- lOc STEAK, Lb. ... ... __ .. 12e


1I :: SHIRTS & SHORTS ------- 25c & 35c SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c ARMOUR'S! STAR PICNIC e
EVERYTHING FOR THE LADIES

,, HATS ..__-_---------- 98c to 6.00 50 PKO. HAMS Lb. 20c

SALT Pkg. 3c
PANTS _ __ __________-.95c to 5.00 --------- NECK BONES, 3 Lbs. 25c

} EVERYTHING FOR THE BABY OVERALLS 98c to 1.59 HOME GROUND RIB
-- -- --- -- --
MEAL 10 Lbs. 25c
BEEF STEW Lb. Iflc
li WORK SHIRTS .. ____ 39c to 98c
BABY CAPS, DRESSES, SHOES, 10n BOX --
ASPIRIN Box 3c t'

BOOTEES, COATS, SWEATERS, EVERYTHING FOR THE BOY NO. 1U) CAN PORK HAMS, Lb. 19c

' 1 JWRAPPERS, BLANKETS, CRIB SETS, CRANBERRY SAUCE 14c FLORIDA
PORK 18c
CHOPS Lb.
SHIRTS, SHOES, TIES, SOCKS, ,
CARRIAGE SETS

'': HANDKERCHIEFS, HATS, CAPS, QUART JAR BUTTER _25c QUART DILL JARPEANUT PICKLES 1 12Vc;

PANTS SUITS OVERALLS
FANCY RAYON SPREADS, ,
1 __ r
MIRACLE WHIP H0TOMVTO
p LUNCHEON SETS LUMBERJACKS. LET US SHOW YOU. CATSUP lOc


BRIDGE SETS SALAD DRESSING CORNFLAKES

SHOES FOR EVERYBODY

SCARFS and COVERS Pkgs. 15cNO.

8oz. __ _________ ___u_ 13c

2 CANS-STANDARD PACK
... YOU SAVE WHEN YOU BUY AT Pint 24c
w - ----- -- ------
TOMATOES can 7c

Quart _______________ 39c
NO. 2 cA.lLiVDPETIT >


ALEXANDER & CO. KRAFT AROUND DAILY POIS PEAS 15c '



j ? t MAYONNAISE, Pt. 28c PURE COFFEE Lb. 121',;c

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nECEMBER: IS. IOS8
p, I1lt.\DIo"ORD
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Mrs J. C Booker 1---- ---v -- PAGE 1"1\"r. ;
In Gainesville spent Sunday The W O W will have a Christ Mrs: --- --- u__ <__ .'
Marcus
LOCAL mas party December 22, at 7'30 \fcL'ntion.: Miss F Brain MiH Miss .1,'in Erwin who is uttend- I. A. Holmes Santa Monica Little Ona Demorest hat. return
u'cluck in the hall All members Madge :Mulclleton. inn Sullins College, will arrive Cal. will arrive the first if the
Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent Satur- and Mrs E. L.. Matthews < c I home from Jacksonville where
PtEJ1EVGDEppe day In Jacksonville. ind Juniors are invited. Saturday in Jacksonville pem today to spend the Christmas hoUI week to .spend the Christmas holidays -, alto' underwent an operation for
lays I with her grandmother Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs E. L. Mat ippendlcltl at St. Vincent's Hoaittal. -
Misses Hazel Adklns and Beverly Miss Miriam Frankel. the attrac- L. A. Rtnnolds. c. I. Manassa. thews. \I The Uttto girl's friends are ,
was '
a
lacksonvllle wasp tive house guest of recent visitor to know that aha U
.t Cady spent Saturday in Jackson- Miss Lillian here. While Mr. Rennolda ----- I'lad making a
V'a't' I here. ville. Sternberg will leave Sunday for here he and Mr*. Reunulda l was B. Jacobs spent Wednesday in Mrs. O. W. White and Mrs Pearl I ipld recovery.Mr .
apt her home In New York City. spent Jacksonville visiting his daughter.
one day In Lake City Simpson went to St. Augustine
niiei was a visitor invUle Mr. and Mrs. A. Hall and friends visiting Miss Rosalind who Is 111 in St. Vin Sunday afternon and were accompanied J. W. KIncaid will spend
manes Monday. daughter Sharon, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wood of I cent's Hospital. Mrs. Jacoba returned home by Miss Esther SlmpI His I I week-etui. In Tampa with relative
Mr. Hall's father J. H. Hall, in Orlando were visiting friends and -- I home with Mr. Jacoba. son, who will upend the holidays I *. She will be accompanied
JjrS.\V H Struth spent Wedsyy Tampa last week. relatives here- this past week-end. Mrs. B. M. Fusscl, Mrs. R. A.I here. I home by her mother, Mrs. A. C.
Thomas
IacksonvWe Misses Fannie and Ruby Mr. and Mis. Albert Thompson ]IHirden. and her sister Mrs. C. C.
In Mrs. E. H. Smith was the week. Mra. F. D. Sllcox: and Helen Merserenu attended Mrs. Lester Hinkle and little Iloppe.I and small on. Jimmie, who
Kennedy of
frs Richard Kidd spent end guest of Mrs. E. H. Harris in Ga., visited her daughter, Miss Baxley Lu-, in the B. Y. P. U. convention daughter all of Vinton. la., and Mrs E. L. Biggs had aa hergue.ta will spend the Christmas holidays .
sad > Lake City I Sunday Mrs. Eugene! Griffinof !
)$1 jackaonvUle., Jacksonville.Miss cile, here the first of the Saturday. Mrs. Llbble Stevens of Lake City with Mrs Klncald and Mr. and
week.
m Jacksonville, Mrs. O. J. Griffin,
(slay were guests of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mrs. O. L. Beaaley. Mrs. Durden
and Owen Griffin of St. Augustine and Mr. will arrive later to i
Hoppe
vla- Martha Judge and Mrs. Sunday.Mrs.
was A. Z.
of Gainesville Toney baa returned New Good Adklns had
smith arrMng daily atStump's Mrs Eugene Griffin iciaaiued' for a .
JoI as their spend Clurlstmaa with them.ANNOUNCEMENT
Wednesday. from Miami and Is guests Sunday Mr. and -----
trlends here visiting Mrs for Xmas.
brief visit with Mia tllgga .
:J' C. E. Johns. Mrs. Jack Brlggs Betty Briggs, James Godbold, Mrs. God-
at and Mrs. Mary Todd, all of Jack. bold, Sr., David Harris and James
will be Stwnp'8Wt'dnt'lldaY
Hay Claus and Thursday Cow Boy and Indian suits at Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Mrs L. J. sonville. Gotlbold Jr., of Jacksonville, were Mr. and Mrs Donald J. Mor- The Townsend Club will meet In
him. Stump's. Me and $1.2S each Green Juanita and Sara Barefoot here Sunday visiting Mrs. S. S.' rise of Vitas, near Tallahassee, are the Court Ilovae In Starke. Mon
to see
the children spent last Thursday in Jackson Dowling and Mrs. W S. Stromnn receiving congratulations ..n the day night Dec. 21 at 7:30: p. m.
ville. Mr. and Mrs. K Q. Duncan had of born Tuesday is extended an Invitation
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid --- arrival a baby girl Everyone
of Gainesville was spent the as their guests
McGriff Sunday Mr. and
f.A. week-end In Jacksonville visiting Mrs L. A Di and Mrs. W E. Middletonhad morning at nine o'clock In a to be with us.
here Monday. Duncan
IlUJlDess visitor relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall spent Mrs. L. A. Duncan of Gainesvilleand as their guests Sunday Mr Tallahassee hospital Mrs. Morrlss W. N. Johnson.
several days In Belle Glade of Lake was formerly Minn Lena UelleSheperd. ---- .
recently and Mrs E L. Middleton. Mrs.
Z. Adklna Butler.
and Mr* A. Mrs George W. Lowry and Miss on a hunting trip with Mrs. K G. Duncan was lobe Jones Miss Marguerite Flan- Mrs C A. Knight, sisterof I Women have, on the average
Barf t Saturday In Jacksonville. Margaret Lowry spent Saturday in friends. the guest of Mrs. L. A. Duncan in nlgan. and Gerald Middleton, all of Mrs. Morrlss, left Wednesdayfor I!larger feet than their mothers and
Jacksonville Gainesville Wednesday Jacksonville a short visit with her 'grandmothers.
clessup
Jacksonville was
pulnesssvisitor here Thursday. Co!. and Mrs. J. E. Futch of De-
t
Mr. and Mrs C. H. Nasworthywere Land are expected here to spend tI'
Xmas tour through business visitors in Jackson- Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
amp's lake) Store a for gifts, doUs and ville Monday.Mrs. Brownlee. I". ,

' If)1.) B. M. Montgomery and Mrs. Just arrived-new line of Sewell ,"
Emerson Bell of Valdosta was T. J. Griffin spent Tuesday in suits for the Holiday trade. Theyare MERRY CHRISTMAS ,7 I
Lslness visitor here Wednesday. Jacksonville.Mr. beauties, men. Dress up for r .
I Christmas J. M. AUarez. i j

jlr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown of and Mrs. W. H. Hart and a!
5ooker were visitors here Tues- Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Manning spent Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Carter of ;
Sunday In Jacksonville.Mrs. Daytona Beach, were here Sunday -
visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. A.

Senator C E. Johns left Thurs- R V. Turner and childrenof Bishop. .

|jj for Tallahassee on official busfA Green Cove Springs were recent First we want to thank you for your great and most appreciated .
visitors of Mrs. F. B. Johns. Mrs R. L. Kemp will hold the
:: -- Friday afternoon W. C. T. U patronage. We have carefully selected from I P T OGROCERY
J Mrs Alma Bain and Miss Dor- Mrs. A. E. McKinney and Mrs meeting in her home on Mable St. the world's best stocks of fine foods, at best prices for
:by Sapp spent Monday in Galnealilt. E. J. Dowling were visiting at the at 3 o clock. your Christmas Dinner. We will have Christmas trees, +
State Farm Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. also. Shop with us. We have largest and best varieties.
Mrs. Marcus F. Brown Mrs O. Wishing a Merry Christmas to all. FINE FOODS
lira D P Carpenter and Mrs. J. C. Booker Mrs. W. M. L. Beasley, Mrs. A. Z. Adkina and
|:.T.Long spent Saturday In Jack- Wimberly, and Mrs. A. F. Sauls Mrs K. G. Duncan spent MondayIn C. II. NASWOUTIIY, ; '
dliUelit. spent Monday in Jacksonville.Dr. Jacksonville.Mr. And Employees. LOW PRICES .' \ ,
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and Mrs. N D. Wainwright and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and and Mrs. F. W. Webb of I
limes Richard Wainwright, and Miss Gloria Johns, of Jacksonville, Hawthorne and M. D. Carter of CHOCOLATE OR CHRISTMAS MIXED DRKHHED ".:
:A! and Mrs. E. J. WainwrlghtlijBt were guests Sunday of Mr. and Lawtey were guests of Mrs. Effie Pound 25c ', '
TURKEYS
Sunday in Jacksonville. Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Johns, Sunday. CANDY lb. lOc DRESSED


NAT Hambone SEZ: sez, "you calm see much In Toy Department LAYER HENS Pound 20c ;r

a small town but you she kin hear a Dolls, 25c to $1.49 RAISINS 2 Pounds 25c 'HWIFT'H
Gawd's plenty." That's all very true, !
but there are exceptions to every rule. Toys 10c to SOc PICNIC HAMS Pound 23c

If you take a walk around thin small
y FRUIT CAKE Pound 25c MVIh7"MEATMORE
town you will see plenty of beautiful XMAS TREE :

merchandise and loads of gifts for DECORATIONSSPECIAL PREMIUM BACON Lb 41c
Xmas. And by the way you only :

have six more days to do.what you're COUNTRY ,
f .'1la going, to do. *o com ,041:I around to .. WAGONS ; CRANBERRIES Quart 25c :
SAUSAGE Pound 23c
Sternberg's_ store Is Just loaded SIZE 12x24

with crisp new Xmas goods and get
$1.49 LON) HOIt.VCHEESE

It over with. FIRM BANANAS 4 Pounds 15c Pound 25c 'I. '; ,

LADIES' GLOVES MEN'S SHIRTSVERY I


Grade High AND GOOD PRETTY PATTERN$1 1/0O v '. t!I, ,,;, .1 I 1

QUALITY SWEET 3 25 75
Fabric ---- Oranges
CBu C
y, GLOVES MEN'S SHIRTS I JUICY Doz_ t : ', 1

r 79c ;
WONDERFUL PATTERNSAND j, ,'
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and BETTER COUNTRY ROLLBUTTER PURE no f; t(

$1.00 QUALITY ?_- $1.50MEN'S FRUIT CAKE 1 1

Pound 39c MATERIALWALNUTS LA RD", .r '.
SOCKS 1 t
MEN'S TIES .,
!MAKE GOOD GIFTS ll). 25e 2 Lbs. 25c '* .:

IN ALL XMAS NEW BOXES STOCK WE ONLY SELL THE 25c NUCOA Lb. 21c I CHEESE Lb. 25c BRAZIL NUTS, Lb. 20c .}.

Lb.
ALMONDS, 30c
zv BEST FOR _. ROILING
WINESAP DRIEDAPPLES DRIEDPEACHES: MIXED\ NUTS, Lb. 25c

: CHILDREN'S Large PECANS, Lb. 15c BACON / "

SHOES i A P P L E S I I Cluster; RAISINS, Lb 15c '

STRAPS ANDes Doz. 20c 2 Lbs. 25c 2 Lbs. 25 Hulk RAISINS, Lb. lOc 2 Lbs. 25c :' :

f OXFORDS8IZEiJ! Sy4! to 2 $I 1sVV CURRANTS, Pkg. __15c i I :'

PAIR DATES, Irk lOc & 15e HIDKBACON .

as CHILDREN'SSWEATERS FANCY LONG PATNA RICE SIb S. 25c CITRON 1'1i'Lb.l _2OKANGK'PEEL .t l


25c 50c $1.00 COOKING \l.1XU'ELL HOUSE' : BREAK 0' MORNCOFFEE LEMON' FEEL,'I Ib.29c ib 29c f t/I/ j I.

HERE'S A UOOO ONEBEDSPREADS VERY GOOD 'INEAPPLE. Lb. ,39c Lb. 19c : t tCIIEJUUES.
P L E S COFFEE f
QUALITYSPECIAL 69cLADIES' A P I I Lb. 41ciNfEIC 1 ; : I

un.CQUARU Lb. 5c Lb. 29c Lb. 18c (; ; Lb.. .49c NKW :.;f I ,I ; "

I.\ RAYON Old Line Mince Meat lOc : !
BU| : HornLavender COATS Nonesuch llInceleat: .12 SYRUPGallon :/;::1 ., ,i

PE(I,VL $1.19IIUISTER $5 95 CHARMER COFFEE 2for f 25c COCONUT, M Ib. .lOc 50c Dfri1!

PRICE __ i
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r THE BEST GIFTS J IRISH POTATOES 10 Lbs. 25c LARGE LETTUCE 2 for 15c i ; ;


f, ARE MADE BY DILL IfF.IN! ih.inu 1'Iient or Fig LARGE CELERY Ea. lOc I j. j .:

f REDUCED
PICKLES SOUPS PUDDING I
MUNSINGWEAR\
i ONIONS 4 Pounds '
a lOc 1 ;
k Quart 15c 3 Cans 25c Lb Can 33c .
PRICES
Panties _. _, __ -_ 49c !: j
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I 1'
THE BEST I-V TOWN-IHLLOONFLOUR24bs.75c,21b,39c
Hose ___.__ ___ 79c&$1.00 ON
SUGAR
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Pajamas .__ $1.95 FALL DRESSES '! ,


Gowns ------ -- $1.49 Lbs. 25c
LARGE
A .. JftI"r"5 .
$1.95 __:;:;7.(, "'''illilJi!''IIiW'ifHt! :,; ; : :: nc JI'-.J.:_Y'tR'-''', ':llJ'
Slips -- -- --- -- SELECTION AT I '
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I: PAG1!: SL1I: BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE.. FLORIDA __u___ __ 5-- __---- _5_ .---- FRIDAYDEC.ESEBER I
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less t,49 Acre In Southwest corner ter of Southeast. Quarter & West Which i
-- -- .. mL Demonstration HeldIn WOODL AWN I Section I 17 Township 7 South Range Half or Southeast Quarter of 1937.bated I. lh. i'l' I.

containing238 Acres, more Southeast Quarter Section S
SS: East[,
Livestock WorkThe Mn A. J. Yarbrough, Cor.I I I or lasH Township 8 South Range. S2Kast 1935. thlll J"th ,
containing 40 Acres n'ore.
I Certiriiate No. 469 embraces. East 01 less IOJ'I"U'IAI.! HEAl ,

Mr. and Mrs Fisher Gasklna of half ex.'ept t Acres In Southeast S A. .1 l'i-i. ,
control administration I cruet East of Railway and North Th. assessment of the snlil, proper ('I..rk ,
screw worm .
FARMERS SECTION Jacksonville were visiting their half of North Quarter and East \ under. the said certificate Issued "f ,'

In collaboration with the grandparents Mr. and Mrs. W. R. 15 Arr.s of Houtheast Quarter, orNoithwest was In the name of E. O Lynn I I 12-4-5t-1-1 B""dr" I I IEN S

County Agent held a demonstration Quarter, aAda..t IB Artmr.
Kersey Sunday. Acres. of Noilheast Quarter of I'ulesH said certlfliate. shall be redeemed ..
Conducted by Demonstration Airents In livestock management and of I Smith, went Quarter and Mouth half according: I to law, the prop .:'11.1 (11(1 1'1 01'"
Mr. and Mrs. Pringte .
I I.H'I'
screw worm control at T. D. Dyal's Roy of Southwest Quarter. except. rla-ht- eity described therein I will be sold .' "In 5 -nl I U. /-1 OF
Jacksonville were visiting her sister ot-nnv Red U SectiOn 18 Township to the highest. bidder at the courthouse ) III
farm last Saturday. December 12. 22 East, containingBOO I (1ot ,
and brother-in-law Mr. and 7 Houtti. UHiio-e door on the first Monday In .I V ""
The demonstration! was In chargeof Acres, mole or less the month of January 1937, which I I. PExrSSULR NV \ "I
District Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough recently. The assessment. of Hi* .said property tliv 4tl>., day or January 1937.1)atsd I ,, \ S", ''HEsfl
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Turner '
OUTLoOK INDICATES: Boyd Supervisor Misses Juanita Hi 11 lad and Ger- under the MB. Id certificates. num- this tat day of ecember, v. Plaintiff
of Screw worm control and N 136. 18-27 Of 140. 141. 19.16 J.
} Hints To Housewives I LARGER PKODfCTION: Q Hayes Bradford County die Browning and Mrs. Luther Hil- -7eflla4 m.. Imiued the Bth day ofHeptember (OFFICIAL, SEAL,! ) L. HARDEN at. a

Sc WINTtU'EOETABLES supervisor. liard were visiting Mrs. W. R. .... D. 1932. was In the A, J. THOMAS! !' NOTICE D..f..nda.' ''
and certificate -
and Porter
name of Horr :
I Clerk of Circuit Court Notice M.U-r.. '
Kersey Sunday.Mr. and
numbered 123-180 of 488 Is \
GAINESVILLE If favorable Horn-tipping dehorning, the use 2nd. day of July A.D or Bradford County Florida. nd.Pursuant *,I J, "
from Homa Demonstration of 489 Issued the 12-4-5t-l-l to and : I
: ; Weekly! and Mrs. Carl Milliard by .
I 1934 In the name of John 10'. v ''J
weather prevails a much larger of emasculators and general screw wa .uthorly. vested. In [ d.. n
Specialist' *. TaHahMMW this section are the proud parentsof Horr. .. by Inat :' "1
winter worm control measures were SHERIFF'S SILENotice ] Decree. ,
: volume of fall and vegetables -, a born Sunday Dec. ITnless said certificate. shall ba rendered ''m thk '
baby girl i 9 "d
S S will be harvested during: the' shown. redeemed according to law 'the Properties Is hereby given that the cober. 1)313. In and i h, [
; HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 13. : : :described therein:: will be sold undersigned. as Shi tiff of Bradford ot Aiachua "oliul, 'ho '
1936-37 season than In correspond The attendance at this demonstration CourtHouse County, Florida under and Eiglatt Judicial 1
the
"FINISHED"Treasure Mrs. S. C. Miller and son. Clyde, to the highest bidder at by virtue I''hancery Circuif ',f p
IS NEVER In the past accordingto but door on the first Monday of that certain writ of execu.tion .r
VS ing periods was disappointing '
"R'
S Jr., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. the month or January, 1937 which 'Issued out of and under the B8Kr.d.'nf.ife'! ', !p .
the Florida Agricultural Outlook there were at least nine atockrals- J. Yarbrough. IH the 4th. day of January. 1537.: hand and seal of the Cleik. of the H
has : .
hunting in the attic report for 1937 released by the era there who really learned something Dated this 2nd day of December, circuit Court of Bradford County and Plaintiffa di I ,' it
; resulted In valuable finds E. E. Yarbrough and son, Char- Ifl'tfJOFFICIAL.: Florida, and bearing date the 25th. Lester Harden, hi,
many '
State Agricultural Extension Serv : of help and interest day of Harden and ((
and Anderson were I ( SEAL) October A. t> 19JIS on that Percilla' '
when a family ha occupied ney Raymond wife; W. P. H'rde'
i especially A. J. THOMAS.! certain judgment. wherein M A. Harden
the same farmstead for ice. There will be two similar dem- business visitors to Jacksonville Clerk \ Smith an Liquidator for Bradford d..n. his wife N..bvllh and U '.I" '

I Rural Production of commercial truck onstrations held this week. OneIs last week. I Bradford rtnr;, 'iiorld a. County Bank a corporation Is plaIn. Flooring Company' a IIad
S more than one generation. 13-4-St-l-l: and T C. Haien, A. A. Huien. Cbrl.tofol Marble ''ilors' l
T1 women everywhere have been very crops for market In 1937 probablywill to be held at H. D. May's farmat .... WfM, Haxen. Mr*. D. W.: Hamen, O.: corporolon., W H& TIl,( j.,-""'1" 'l

S S to be larger than the record high Theressa Friday afternoon at IV THK CmrriT lOt'RT OF W. Haen and B. F. Haien are de- Wilson Constructi I
how HAMPTON
much interested in learning Supply
fendants, the Company
undersigned, has levied
volume of 1930 this Inceaoe being 1:30.: Dec. 18. The other will be Fl.Olimt, KICIIITII J1DtCI.Lfillet Company ; Marshall Sp.
r remove old paint and varnish and Miss Ads NI._., C......o.*...t I''', INI AtI!" ) FOR BRAn upon and will on Monday the 4th. lean a eorloration The
finish to such due largely to an acreage Increase held at Wade Harrell'a place west FOHU Ol'ISTV. l> fHAWVOHOMB day of January A. D. 1R37. during Agricultural
' restore the original the pany CheRI'al (
legal hour of a
offer
1 sale the following -
5 of from 5 to 10 cent. A 10 F.RY. eorpuralon:
per per of Brooker at and
Saturday morning of Door HUIlg
old pieces that have vaiue.St Cleveland Sullivan Thereasa OWNERS'!' LOAN lands for sale at public out. a
: cent rise In the level of vegetable 8:00: o'clock December 19. Any was the guest of hi!! mother Mrs. CORPORATION a corporation cry to the highest and best bidder Baker & Holmea Company
But iMtare11'iever! "finished"toth organized for cash In front of the South door Dixie a
St for the and poratonl' Brick :
prices In 1936 Is responsible and all who will are cordially Invited of CoIitpan
S extent that it will continue Josephine Sullivan this week. existing" under and by the Court house of Bradford on; and The Borer

increased acreage.- to attend one or both of these Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Pringle of virtue of the law of theCongress County, Florida I In .fllftor ., ufa'turlnll' Company, a orllora
I to stay In good condition. Wood of the UnitedStal..11 Florida to-wlt: .. NWVi are d..f..nd..nt.. the .
; Undersigned
to feed The Increased production will demonstrations. Lawtey. visited Mrs. Pringle's or America.Plaintiff of Section 4, and NEI4 of Section cia I Master will. on th. Hh
needs an occasional oiling : 26 d"
I probably result In lower prices In mother last Sunday.The all In Township 7 South, Itange Januarr 13. between. thc h
; and it from drying East. I 11 0 the
the pores keep I "... MORTUAOE FORECLOSURBJ fore
S 1937 the report Indicates. 1937 FARM: PROGRAMIS Hampton Sunday Schools Also, Commencing at Northeast I ".clock In the !": 'n 0
JS out. The air In our houses Is usually -, W ANDREWS JR., et al.. East front after.no"m at|
MORE ATTRACTIVETO assisted the teachers of the DefendantsOIIIIKIt corner of SWV4 of BWVi of Section : door ot the Courihou
dry and helps furniture to dry A slight Increase In potato acre by OF PVBI.WATJONNOTICE 8, Township I 7 South Range SO! East, Alachua ,

S become loose the age is Indicated for 1937. With FLORIDA FARMERS Junior High School will arrangefor TO APPEARTO and run thence South 630 feet for town of F-sferSr. Ihe'in
SI that parts .
out so eat
and ?
I Point of beginning, thence .
S the 1937 a community Christmas tree : JOHN J!). HURST &: CO., a corYOU'ARK run West ...h
; wood warps and cracks and veneering average yields crop 200 feet thence South' 172 feet to f.aV.OWnnJl described. properti.5'
1937 -
, loosen. One thing to should be 19 per cent larger than GAINESVILLE-A agricultural which will begin Wednesday Dec. HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat right of way of S. A. L. Railway .. Bradford( and'

may that of 1936 and prices will be conservation program with 23 at 8:30: p. m. Everybody Is in a suit ha. been. brought againstyou thence 172 East! 200 feet thence North Counties The Florida to-wlt
S do therefore. in addition to going in the Circuit Court for Brad- feet to point or beginning In following described (an.I.
the furniture with a oil somewhat less than they were this ten principal points. only slightly vited. ford County' Florida. In Chancery Section 8, Township 7 South Range Alachua l County' Florida' ,
over good changed from the 1936 set-up Is 20 Eat.. 84 of 8E($. less l
The Second Unit of the Baptist by Home Owner Loan Corporation acre "
polish from time to time Is to year. Commercial potato acreageIn a corporation organised and existIng A. O ANDREU ncr, ot Section. 34, in T ,, lE,
the room air moist by meansof Florida this year was 24.500 being offered to Florida farmers Santa Fe Sunday School Association under and by virtue or the law. Sheriff of Bradford County Florida. S. Range 21 E. and also

keep but plan to plant 33,000 by the federal government says H. will meet with the Hampton of the Congress. of the United States I 12-4-6t-l-t ot NW NEt% of(SWot Sn"" 'I, .
growers
S a pan of water near the stove I of America: that the nature or saiu ", J of NW,, SEI, 'f'
S S acres In 1037 or 33 per cent more G. Clayton In charge of this work Baptist Church next Sunday Dec. suit Is to foreclose a mortgage" on INOTICR OF APPI."', "'IOY I v Of BEl// ot I"CIOI, S'' ,;
To make an excellent furniture for the State Extension I FOR Tt.X DEED: SW of ,i. SL
Agricultural the following described lands: ,
than they did In 193G. 20 at 3 clock p. m. I "i .
I (enstr. Bill No. 163)> SW% of
polish mix two parts boiled linseed Service. The has Commencing, at the Southeast corner SEll, of It,:,
of
S S Slightly higher prices In 1935 program of Madison and Bay Street in NOTICE IS HEREBY lIVEN, NEV NE'4. NI4, of V\\ ,f ]
S t oil with one part turpentine. This been drafted by the United States \V. C. T. V. NOTES the Town of Starke Floilda; thencerun i That B. J Starling; holder of ',11 of I ton NE' of NWW' F ,f ,
S 5 Is used for a plain oil finish andS for the fait crop of tomatoes In of but South along the East side of I Tax Certificate No. the SW'4, of SW"". i.",
Florida and Texas: probably will result Depart m fit Agriculture There are 1,350,000 girls an* Bay Street to the Northeast corner :Did day of August 138bi..U..d has W; l:8E' of SWM, of sSlj '
la very satisfactory to use once or funds for its operation must be women acting as hostesses in the of flay and LaFayette Streets. : filed same. In my office and< haD U NEt', of SW.. .

S'S twice a year on varnished or oiled In some Increase In acreagefor before it can thence East along the North side of made. application\ for a tax deed to1 I 16: Ie.SE'4 of 8E )t 8p
provided by Congress E
I :
saloons of the United States. In- lie. %,
I.aFayette Street to a street; thence Issued thereon Said
the fall and winter of 193637.A .
furniture. The mixture Is put on go Into effect. I vestigations in Minneapolis. Cleveland Noith along" the West Hide of said embraces the following NEY, \for N.. %.\Eor :fWS
heavy Increase In winter and Mndlsnn Street thence property In the I of SEC M3. J
with a soft cloth. After all excess street to ; County of e..rtlflcat"l S". ";
S i pring tomatoes In Florida Is In. Florida farmers will be particularly -' and other large cities reveal Went. along the South Bide of State of Florida, to-wlt: of 1"ot Section JI !
polish Is wiped off with a interested In the announcement the connection between the 'hos Madison Street I to place of beginning I rilock IS Crosby Lake NW'4 IW' 8W 47 : \\f\\
clean cloth the surface should be dicated. Snld block of land being .- Southeast Quarter of .. oj SWI of NE-4 ,ofMv 1
S I that fruit and vegetable tess' game and the white slave 261 feet I n"..t nnd West on the S and In Northeast Quarter of of swii,, sk of Nvh, ,.\\f:,
rubbed with the grain of the woodS Cabbage acreage will be Increaaed Section 25 I. Section 22; Lots 1. 2. and
North and South.' 6
Township youth J
!growers will be permitted to earn traffic the peddling of I fshdfrdo 6lfek : 9, In
until It Is thoroughly dry 'so that in 1937 over that of 1936. The r hy Madison Range 21 East. original a toio I '
I larger allowances through soil- and gangster activity.The na.rcotlcs'l Street. West. by Bay Street on South I The assessment. or the Bald< prop- NWiof NEf4. NW .
'S no fingermarks show on the wood. crop In the early states ( Florida, building practices on their farms. beverage alcohol I by LaFayette. Stret. East by a .street erty under the said certificate Issued of NWI4NWlof 8Wi< of NW,t.o.>f ,\

Cnl'fornla'! Louisiana and Texas) and known an. the J. O. Alvareihomeplace was In the name of A. F. :!oJal". % '.
To clean badly soiled wood, use Salient points of the new plan has violated all promises and excepting. from the above cot t. or svvv S .. e k.t &4EVl, )r

t! ; a mixture consisting of one quart will be slightly larger than that of include: drunkenness is increasing rapidly.The described. land or parcel of land. Unless said certificate shall be 25: SE'" or of NEt. W
N94'4 of
S of hot water, three tablespoons of 1936 while the 1937 acreage in the land deeded to J. L. Peek describedas redeemed. according to law the SW NW ,. SW' of N\ .. I
1. Expenditures not LO exceed tragic and appalling increase followscommencing, at (Southeastcorner .. property described therein will be \ NWy of ,
-' S boiled linseed oil and one tablespoon .econd early states probably will be In traffic fatalities Is due of Madison. and Bay Streets. sold to the highest bidder at the E .. of NWV4, NEW of SE'' ,
of slightly smaller than that of 1936. $500.000,000 as authorized under largely In the Starke Florida; court-house door on the first Mondav tlon 28: SE, of NE'. of sittln
Warm this
S turpentine. the Soil Conservation and Domes- to the inability of liquor-befuddled thence. :;:nf'CO'tlh on East i side of In the month of January, 1937. NW% of NWNF of SEt4 >f
in a double boiler and use It while If Florida growers carry out their' minds to control May Street 134 feet. : thence Eaet run which Is the 4th.. day of January, lion 33: I \ ,f >,
c high-speed ma- 8U of Section,
lie Allotment Act. of .
present Intentions their 1936-37 DO feet; thence run North 132 feet: 1917. SW' 84 lT..
I warm. Put It on with a soft cloth chines which require the highest thence. run West to point of beginning Dated this 17th. day of Novem ship 8 Range 2 E. And also

1 polishing off with a dry one. acreage will be about 33 1-3 percent 2. Soil-depleting bases for skill for safe 84 feet said parcel of land being b..... 1936.A W% of E'*. Section 12
operation.In
larger than that of 1933-36.: farms will continue to be used as a In the Northwest corner. of block J THOMAS: Township 8 S, Range 20 E. And
c' s To restore a waxed surface 1805 the first temperance society known as .1. {I, Alvarez hnmeplaca. Clerk of Circuit Courtof Wo NWorLots4&S .V

I which has been scratched or spotted Watermelon production In the yardstick to measure diversion In the United States was or- all In Bradford County Florida. Bradford County, Florida. of of Grant Orant Line, and St., of E'H'
11-20-51-12-18) Line of
country as a whole Is expected to from noil-depleting to soil-conserv Section 3
first wash with turpentine and ganized at Slm burg, Connecticut.In that one A. A TJurden. and wife, south of Grant Line. .X..I.| 8V
be larger In 1937 than It In ing NW'%. of Section.
then rewax. If the wood la dark was crops. 1842 The Sons of Oiixsle Durden are the legal titleholders 1SOTICR 4; .nul!
1936. Prices in 1936 were about 40 3. Payment for shifts from Temperancewas of the said property: and Notice la hereby given to all whom lrant' line, except NWi,
' ; add a little black oil paint to the organized; in 1873 the Wom- you are hereby required to file; with I It may concern. that I, T Frank HW of NE<4 of NEl
S t wax. per cent higher than In 1933 and general depleting crops and cotton an's Crusade started in the clerk of Hald court In his. officeat Landrum, a. duardlan of William SWiJ of 8VfV( SWH 'i SEt.

the highest since 1930. This rise in tobacco and peanuts will be con Hlllsboro Starke. Florida. :your written. appearanue Anthony Andrews. a minor. will on s..tlo 6r NEH' N>, '' "f
t -5S --. Ohio. In 1874 the National W. C. (personal or by attorney) the 28th day of December. 1938 apply : In '.n.hl1
prices. will result in a substantial I tinued In 1937 together with pay. in said suit on the first Monday I I. to J!). K Ferryman County Judge E And also

( 4 : The name of "Aaron s beard" Is Increase In acreage and incidentally ments to sugar and rice producerswho T. U. was formed; In 1883 Frances Januiiry.. A. D. 1937 being. the 4th I for Bradford County, Florida at bis NWii, of SW .. NWl .1 i .
I to Willard set Into action the first day of said month and thereafter to I office. In Starke, Florida, at 2 Sib of Ei ,of M
5 applied the of Sharon I
rose the may result in lower prices In participate In the program.I file with said clerk your written o'clock. P. M. or a.* soon thereafteras N5't. of NE%, W14 of BE;

S smoke tree St John's wart and 1937. 4. Crops will be classified as activities that resulted in the defenses. If any, to the bill of complaint I can be heard. for authority to sell NEIJ WH of WV4 of NWV N
Chinese World's W. C. T. U. In 1919 the In said suit at the time prescribed at private sale, the entire Interest. 8ilNi of SWV4 of 6EH. ,jS.
S saxifrage.WE --5- soil-conserving and soil-depleting bv" law. and estate of said minor In and to 7: W14 of NW" of NWi, W''
------ Prohibition Amendment was adopted the following described. SEH of NW of SWi jf
.5'.5'5 A as in 1936 but some changes will HIIRKIN. FAir NOT or Judgment property In BE' ,
preliminary report of the U. ; In 1933 came repeal. will he entered agulnft you by de- Starke Plorldi' TO-WIT- tlon 8: SWH of SW*4 of( N
S Bureau of Mines Indicates that be made in classification. fanlt. The East 46 V4 feet. of Lots One (1) Wi/a of SWW. SEi4 of SE"-4, of
5. Sources: The Union Signal Nov. The Bradford County Telegraph and Three (3) of Block Eighteen. tlon 17; NEW of NEl. I.. t ,
Administrative of .
the
BUYliDOSCATTLE domestic demand for motor expenses 7 to Dec. 5 I. 1036.Publicity a newspaper of cenersl clrculntlonpublished MS or Town of Rtn rle... more pnrtlcularly In SI3 cornet S'i' of NWt, >f ,
fuel reached a new high last all County Agricultural Conservation In Bradford County described. a* beginning at S'J' of NEt, N4 of SEi-4 >f
' .5 4 when year, Associations will be deducted Dept., W. C. T. U. ida, I I... herebv. designated a. Flor.j the Southwest. corner of Intersectionof tlon 18; KV. of Lot 1. of S-:II",
18,167,352,000: gallons were -. newspaper In which this notice. Call and Walnut Street at corner In Township 8 S. Range 2: E.
AND consumed. from payments to farmers. This he published once a week for four of brick store situated at said also
t S Ti\IN SCHEDULE consecutive weeks prior to said 4th I Street. Intersection. running thnce Commence 88 feet north 22grees
has not been done in the South.
: i TOW HIDES I div. of .J nu..ry.. .... D. 1337.WITVn Vc.t along Houth line of Call1ltre..t: went and 30 feet. souiligrees 6
[ 7. The range program will be !' !S' my hand and the seal. I and along' a brick null 40'n r....(. west. of center line S
:; UK WIIOLES.\LE MEATS ARMOUK3: BIG CROP extended to Include lands In Our of said court, at Starke Florid this moie or less, to the center line of alaI.ty Railway track same corn.I I I.
FERTILIZERS & FERTILIZER range schedule changes December 2nd day of December A. D. 11)36.) l wall now existing between. the NK corner of CaeuaRad'i'

S Aak Far Our Smoked Sausuge MATERIALSBig western parts of Southern and 10, and trains will!! runs as follows: (I'IIAL' ) I the nropertv hereunder conveyedand Land as recorded In Deed. ( .
/ A. J. THOMAS. property now occupied' by J. M. page 438. of the. public re .,I
North Central
At The !Markets and Grocers Cash Discount toCoiiuIss1on regions. Clerk Circuit Court : Alvarez running thence South along AlachuaCounty, Florida nil, th
lou Ulll He fl'"ag d With It. 8. The allowance which grow. Southbound Bradford County, Florida. center line of wall and an extension, South 68 degrees. West 1 IO-0 I
S Merchants and No. f thereof In thenceNorth. 22 degrees. W 01
-Due Starke 11:31: P.M. 12-4-51-1-1 a straight line a dlstanaceor
Farmer Associations: ers of vegetables and fruits can 107 feet and II inches. more or feet. ; thence North 69 degrea
ODOM&LAWSONOpposite J. L. IIARRELI earn through soil-building practices No. 15-Due Staike 4:58: P.M NO'I'U.Po OF Agent No. 107-Due Starke 9:56: A.M. FOR T4X: DEED South line of said Lot :3. running East 207.5 feel to beginning
S. A. L. By. Depot. Luvvtey, Flu. will be Increased. (Restate Bill Vo. uln thence. East along, South line of said lands being perpendicular. and I p
I 9. Any farmers no matter how No. 191-Due Starke 10:39: P.M. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES, That Lot and alotig said fence a distanceof lei to said railroad track all In

yr ,, --- Foster Shi: holder of Tax Cer.tifk'ate 4G1'.i; feet more or less, to a point tim 7; also N'-i of Block 5. Tow
small his farm. will have oppor. NorthboundNo. No..Sr IJ.hla.,. the 3rd, day In West line of Walnut Street, run.ning Orange, Height: Commence

tunity to earn not less than $20. or August.. 19.11. has riled thence North 107 feet and 9 chains 34 links west. of half
11 FUNERAL DIRECTORMy 2-Due Starke 5:05: A.M. same In yA.orri and baa made Inches. more or less, to said. point nf post of South boundary line if ]

10. Prdoucers with sizeable No. 16-Due Starke 11:24: A.),(. application for a tax deed to be Issued beginning at corner of said brick lion 7. Township S. Range ?
1L acreage: In permanent pasture will thereon. Said certificate em. store at Intersection of Call .c>id Alredondo, Grant, run thence ;>
' Many Yrr Experience) Slake* It Possible for Me to Render No. 108-Due Starke 5:35: P.M. re'nth following? described. prop Walnut Streets In said Town of 22.5 degrees West. K chains 80 I

S EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS be given opportunity for additional Starke and Wannre BranchNo : County: of Bradford Starke. except the South 20 feat of to Inita point thence East
S SERVICE participation In the program. State or Florida to-wlt: said described lands a stnke, thence north[
MODERATE PRICES Leaves-starke 7:00: A. M Northwest Quarter of Southwest Which said application\ will be degrees West 6,40 chain to a.'

' '102-Arrives Starke 1:50: P. M Quarter of Section' 28 Township based upon the petition now on rile thence west 3.18 chains to a si,
DeWIT C. JONES PINE LEVEL 7 South Range 31 East containing In County Judge' Court Bradford thence south 238 degrees FRI
S Starke. Florida Daily, except Sundays. 40 acres. more or less County. Florida.November. : chains to beginning of

, t 'Ir*. II. M Mckee Correspondent T J. GRIFFIN.NOTU'I' The assessment of the said prop 25 1918 Lots 3 and 4 Millers aubdh'.Moil
, I erty under the said certificate Issued T. FRANK: LANDRUM Section 8: !' of NW1 .
o'I"
iI !$ ,was In the name o( R. T. Guardl.n.IfIt..t.l or NER1. or Oft SSWI N'arr.
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t.rnl1cn. a t SHI'' '
; BOREE FUNERAL HOME I Elder E. R. Bowers filled his S : OFFOR APPLU"TIO" Unless said certificate shall. be redeemed I SEM. NEl Section- 8:: of SWL.I ..
TAT: : OtOKO: according to law the NOTU'1IlNotl..e of also SEI SE *
I I 8BH,
property
eve 'on
regular appointment Sunday
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: f 5 Full Urn* of Cufcete .* Undertakers ( Bill % 18.1 described therein will.\ be sold tothe I I. hereby given. to all whom I Section 15. Township 9 8. Ring
Supplies ning at Pine Level Church. NOTICK IS HEREBY CUVEX. That highest bidder. at the courthouse It may concern that t. T Frank. Lan. I K. run North along east honn1line

AainULANCE SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae had Warav Corporation holder of Tax door on the first Monday In drum a* Ouardlan of William Anthony I of the Section 10 chains t..
I DAY AND NIGHT Certificates Nunih..r..d respectively the month of January. 1937, whichIs Andrews, a minor will. on the I corner of the Lot thence. west I
r a* guests recently Mr. and Mrs. 112: IIS US, 1H-27 of 140. 141. 4-7 of the 4th day of January 1)37. 4th dv of January, 1437, apply to I allel. with South boundary >f ]
53 PHONE 53 T. K. Stokes and children and Miss t 12. 161, I..u.d the 5th day at Sep.. Dated this 1st., day of December, E. K. Ferryman. (" ..unt" Judge for I ton 1 chain S8U\ links to SW
''t 3i O. H BENNETT: ember A I). 10.13 and 123.130 of 1535.ItIFFICIAL. Bradford County, Florida at his of. I of the lot. thence North P.
Mfr. Velma Crews all of Jacksonville 48.' and 469 Issued the :2nd day of flEA!.) floe In Starke. S o'clock I 1.1 with East] boundary of lit*

IIOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Phillips, Miss July A. D. 1914: him flied earns In A. J. THO.IAS. P. M or a. soon thereafter as can I tlon. 19 chains to NW corner th
-- my office and nan mad application Cleric of Circuit Courtof MA heard for authority to sell at I East. parallel with south b"'""'
Verna Phillips Mr. and Mrs. O. J. for Tax Deed to b.: Issued thereoa Bradford County, Florida. private sale, the entire Interest or I of Section. 1 chain and SSSi link

51. -.--- Tackson and little son and Misses Maid certificate resnectlve.lv ..01. 12-4-Bt-t-l estate of the said minor In and to I NE corner: thence South .1011
braces. the following described. prop. the following described property In I East boundary of said .. '.
Mel and Axeal Jackson all of .cr11.. In he County of Bradford. 5l15111FF5 51L113 Bradford County TO.WITBeginning I chains back 'o SB corner. ,r

Slate or Florida to-wlt: Notice la hereiiy that' I, A.O at the n. W. Corner of I.ot. In Section 15; SWt of S
For Sampson City. Certificate. No 132 embrace Southeast Andrea as ...r1t.f: BradfordCounty. I. C Webb's. lot on Madison Street 24' of SW%. less 2 acree. on''
1.' Expert RepairingSlnith's Arthur McRae made a business Quarter Section 10, Township Florid, under and by virtue thence running West with Madison Amanda C. King. of 9W.

:trip to Gainesville last week. 7 South. flange SI East containing of that certain writ I or execution street 120 feet. thence North 105 Section 16; Stt of 111"I.or NEl.i ..
Leo Acres. more or less. Issued out of the office and under feet to F. C. Hollingftworth lot. Section 17. E', or of S.r
i Miss Eula Mae Dyal of Sampson Certificate No. 138 embrace. North the hand and sesl, of the Clerk. or thence East 120: feet. to N. W. earner i :Sir In Township 9 S Range SAnd -
hair of Southeast, Quarter and the Circuit Court of Bradford Conntv of I. C. Webb's lot. thence South also
City was visiting Miss Vesta Mo- Snuthoast Quarter or Southeast Florida. and bearing date the. 105 feet to point of beginning, all The rollowlng'described land

tao recently. Quarter Section Ii. Towrmhlp 7 16th. day of October A. D 1935. on In the town or Stark.; also all or Bradrord ('ouniv. .. Florldi
Garage Norman of Houth, RanaJt East containing that certain Judgment wherein. M A. Block' 9. 4, S 10, K4 of 8EV4 of Eta, of 'K
Miss Helen Gum
: 120 Acre. more or less Smith a. Llnuldator for Bradford tots t. 4. 5. and .8nt8f1 ctl 3k. of SRt/. of "IWl.; of s

I ranch was visiting Miss Vesta Certificate No. 136 embrace South County Rank. a corporation Is lots 1 2. S.tyt., and 14 In of 8WH, of Section : In Tn..
half or Northwest Quarter and plaintiff, and T C. Haen A. A. Ha- Lincoln{ subdivision located :In S South Range 23 1 And aim
t ::5 McRae recently. Northeast.. Quarter or Southwest' ....n. EM. Ha.en. Mrs. D. W. Ha..n.n. the 8K' of the IEI of Section Si, T The following described Ian,l<
Phone 120 A number of young people at. Quarter and South hair of Southwest W. Ha. .en. B. F. Hascn and I.. Allrown 6 South. R. 22 Clay (County Florida!
:: I
Quarter Section: II Township: 7 are defendants I have levied, Which said application wil be NWH of RWVf. of Sertli.l '
ended! the cane grinding at H. H. South flange 21 Hunt containing upon and will on Monday the 4th. based on the petition now file Township S Range E And

Wiecker Service Day Night .-ewis's last week. 200 Acres more or lev*. day of January, A. I D, 1917 during In County Judges (Court Bradford SWU of 1'l.. I.....J II rJ*
or 16-27 of Certificate No. 140 cm- the legal, hours of sale, and In front County Florida.December southern part of Sectlnn.S. t''.
The \V :M. U. of Pine Level braces. Went. hair. of Northeast. Quarter or the South door of the Court houseof 1. 1938 of SW'4, N14 of SE% "

S .. Church met last week at the homeof and Went. hair of SoutheastQuailer Bradford County. In Starke Flor T FRANK L.NDRl'M. fr acres in the North and El I'of
and Went half Section It ida. offer the following land. for Ian.. NW'4 ot and the .,
Mrs. H. M. McRae for the pur- Township 7 South. ltann 31 Kant, sole at public outcry to the highestnd 12-4-lit-l.1 25 acres. ot 11''ot SEt1. -1 i "
so of making a bed quilt. containing 4SO Acre more or le.... "> best. bMder for rush for the pur. -- *; In Township S S. Bang< ::1
C''rllrhSn.. 141 embrace. L2ast pose of satisfying ald judgment. to- :NOI'KK OF SPPI.l'tTiov And also
Wesley McRae of Lakeland was half nf Northeast. Quarter. and wit : .'OI T S X tll'FIOeej : > 4d Turpentine Lealee. "'. ,
''si Ing home folk* here recently Northwest. Quarter of Northeast. $E'" of NE" and Ella of fiE'" InPectlon ( ... Dill No. l'rl( lands therein. severally. d"snartlcularlv >
Quarter and Rest halt or Southeast 333. Township Six South NOTICK: IS HDUKnV 01 : That described. In sa"
:rv.l was Rcompanled home by his Quarter. "Heitlon 14 Townnhlp 7 Flange 19 East, Also, Lot 7 and <>orge Rivers, holder. of V.S. Cer- Decree. and also

ils.e. 1>ira. \v. !.t. Newman. and Ho 11 In. Range XI Hunt containing South half .,f lot 8 In Section 81. tificate No. !U!, Issued the :rd day The following described "
Six South. flange. 20 Easl' of .... ,
August.
too Acres, more or le.a. Township ; has filed same properties located at and "'
.lie .:ou, Harley. 4-7 of Certificate Nu 143 embraces >l l-",. I.nts I I. 2, 5. 4, a, and North In my office and H31 made applica being used upon and In .*
-----. Vorthwt Quarter. "f Section 14 half of Io 8 In Section 6, Township tion for a tax deed. to be Issued with the turpentine p'nce
Township 7 Mouth. Kana-e 21 E..t.cnnlalnln. !Seven! Soulh. Range 20 East. thereon. Said certificate embrace and location of J. I Har.I''
Ptntody College, Nashville, Tenn.. ..- ISO Arr.... more or I I..... A. O. ANDRELX the following described property In Orange Heights iid.Waldi
-!ve, Instruction In aviation auto- Certificate No. 151 embraces North Sheriff of Bradford. County, Florid the County of Ilradfold, State. (>f chua County, FI.rlda. toharrel '
half or Northwest Quarter. and North U45tllI b'lnrlrla.' to-wlt: Btlll: no.noo Flat I
awhile repairing, etc. hair or Southeast' Quarter of Northwest North-East: Quarter of North ('ups; 25.0cc Clav. ... 4'' '
Quarter Section: f. Township I \OIKH: OF APPMC'TIO'\ west Quarter of Section 83, Dip Rarrei. 1 Ford Cups Truck M
<.*.<.... 7 Houth.' Range St ..:a.l. containing FOR T\X; DKKIICr Township 7 South, Range 21 Ford Automobile: M
tOil Acres, more or ieee. .al. Bill ""*.. IfnNnTIC"'F. : East containing, 40 acre. more :1' 1; I 2-Horse: Wa00l lIr.H"
ICOLDS ltl-13 of Certificate No. 4 tt embrace IH HEIIEBT 01 v t.N.. That or less.The stock,
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41 6 South hair of Northeast Foster Phi Smith' holder. of Tax .assessment of the said property tur.Mules. Tools; Commlollar"and n aldf
and and Certificate No. 1134... lashed the 5th., under the said : .
'qj 33 Quarter or Northeast Quart.r certificate Issued kind. used ,in connection W
!Mouth half. of Northeast Quarter and day or August. A. D. 1918. has filed was In the name of. Chan M. Me- Turpentine Business .
FEVER South half of Northwest Quarter of.Northwest same In my' office and has made application Klnn.". .\11
Quarter and Southeast for a tax deed to be I I.. rnle.s said certificate shall be AS S'pcriAr. M A"1"

1.lca"'ln TAil ITg first .... Quarter of Northwest Quarter. and sued. thereon .Said certificate embraces redeemed according to law the Doggett.. H"*e'iDoggett
A L:010"10: ............. 10 <>uthwst Quarter or Northwest the following, described prop. property described. therein. be McCollum. .
DIlnl'K *!..... Quarter less ?.M Acres West of nail erty In the County of Bradford tttateif ,soM the highest bidder wil the Solicitor, for Plaintiff
,&eczaw47a, 410S r.. 'U.h-SIr-Tt.-W.I.i'. BMtllmlmnmt war. In Southwest corner and Northwest Florida tu-wlt S,'.'t.rt.h.dent' on the first Mon Florida.
Quarter .f X.1011...**, Quarter Ut Hah o* fluiHbweat. Quat'.L .day In the &.l1tl of Jusuary, tEal, U-U-tl-l.r".k.nnvl.






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1.25 rot"N FINDI.V

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4L 5.75
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CHOOSE FROM: 43 MODELS
1 WE TAKE PLEASURE:

1h [HARMONICAS25c Give the family one IN WISHING }

to 1.50 of these fine Radiosfor ALL OUR FRIENDS

IDS KKAL TLE.\SURE j' a Christmas AND CUSTOMERS
I GET()>I THESE w t Present A
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VELOCIPEDES 1 $15.95UP ANDA

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1.75 WHY WORRY OVER XMAS GIFTS! II="-..-.---'-.-----'HIM.-.':-.---'-.--.--.-----..-
[ ltrChild Want Them 9
Grown Ups Too! THE PROBLEM IS SOLVED COURT HOUSE LUNCH

'' INVITES YOU, TO KAT YOI'IC' XMAS DINNER IIKRK.
FOOT BALLS ('Ol' TK\' CIIRIFTM.\il: N'e Will Ilii\o A Specially rr mntl I
I.1. | Menu for the Holiday
By GRACE NOLL CROWELLThe I "; : :::. _._,...
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cities have their colored fires.
and Their streets ablaze with light 00' f'
2.00 Their high wild bells their echoing spires, =:; th
Good But here tonight. 'j"ii( 1 1 j j"t WE INVITE YOUTO

Quality Upon these wide and silent plains! uo ,.. ...,&
One light Is lovelier far:
ISASEBALLS. 60c & 100 The glorious silver light that rains CutexSets _" __. __ _____ 25cto3.50 ENJOY CHRISTMAS
DINNER
From one white star, WITH
libber Balls ,15c & 35c Comb & Brush Sets __ _____ _2.50 to 12.50 US. WE HAVE A COMPLETE MENU

KNIVES25c .. ,And Than there any In are the clearer town-chimes to hear Coty Sets ________._ 1.00 to 6.75 FOR YOUR SELECTION YOUR PATRONAGE ,J''

to 1.25 The Comes angel's drifting song: down., unhindered, clear, Yardley Seta __________ _1.00 to 7.85 ; IS ALWAYS AI.I'nECIAT.'J"+ '4

Sheaffer Pen & Pencil Sets 2.95 to 18.00 ED. 'J
The silver silence holds the tramp 1
Of shepherds' hurrying feet; Evening In Paris Sets ___ __ 1.00 to 10.00 : 1T
These riders follow a heavenly lamp,
The air is cold and sweet RUSSELL McPHAIL CANDY BRYANT'S CAFEFor

ff The frost is glistening on the sod .
To those who will believe,
The plains are all aflame with Cod CANOVA PHARMACY
ALWAYS A GOOD BETANDIRONS This Christmas Eve
The Farmer. J
Progressive
Christmas
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$2 to $5 GIFTS THAT PLEASE I I 'l i-i' Let Us !

Wrought Iron or Brass. SERVICEPlus WASH WAX
I INTERWOVEN ,
FIRESIDE SETS QUALITY SOCKS, 3 Prs. $1.00 '' '
'f ; and GREASE J
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IJIHE! IDE.\LG1FT BOTANY W RINKLK-PROOI" :1
|rOR \NV HOME: $** TIES $1.00
UP YOUR CAR
GOOD GULF OILSAND 01IIF.RS -_____-___-___________________________ 23c ('p :!' ;

GUNS RIFLES TII.GULF.\T :SIEVS IIH1HEMT K\IK GREASE .

GOOD GASWILL PAJAMAS, SHIRTS __ __ __ $1.00 UpBEDROOM -Jll I'SKI ONLY "

II / Everything- HELP 101' TO II.\t'E ; C ATLAS! TinES AND : : I 1
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A MERRY CHRISTMAS '
IIATTKRIESMKK :
SHOES All Prices
the I
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HunterNeeds U Our Vrttfit. Are Right 1


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LAMPS -- ,LOCAL GROCERIES SAVE HOUSEWIVES! I USE :4t ST.\RHFI'IIONE 00 t

1 MANY WORRIES AROUND CHRISTMAS' III" ,
TI1 Ape!The New Klwtrlc Ones J :t PETERSON'SMILK -- .-----. --- r
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<> Brighten The Home I --- ------ \
- By BARLIE: SHOPPER so nice and tender! and juicy And J \
,I One of the bent things about with that chicken I'd like to have I JUST GIVING YOU A RING .
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WATCHESAND ,
| Christmas la fruitcake And one some of those tiny English pens In Your Christmas
of the best things about fruitcakeis from Green's store. Everybodyseems I Cooking 1 I
to be talking about those I i uw 4
'1 v CLOCKS that you don't have to worry '
If don't try some you'll, '
about making It. Just go down to peas you ;R- ;
$1 stores be a back number Do you like )I
+, J some our leading grocery ,
to -the "Tip Top", "Green's Si ore", tomato Juice for breakfast Well, I
Johns' or "Hall'."- and you'll I do too, and for lunch and dinner.
tULIE EVERYBODY'SGIFT see why I say that you needn't go That's why I like that great big drinkmoreMILK .a, ) 1
tomato at v
of Armour's jude
PROBLEMFLASHLIGHTS to the trouble to bake one How can
- can you keep that "school girl the Tip Top. It certainly does
complexion" you've heard so much have a good flavor, and It's no ..

You're hot about stove if you? And spend these hours cakes over are a about inexpensive good things too. to And( eat thinking remindsme To Wish You A Merry Xmas j

Next Sir! really delicious, Just like the one's of Hall's chile. You don't know s And A
Happy New
1 you read about or the one's that how good It !is (unless you've triedIt a_ Year
65c -a neat mother used to make. ) on a cold night. Mr. Hall J'f
PETERSON'SPERFECT
knows how to serve It Just right.
to HAIRCUT While you're looking take at time the I could talk on at great length YOU CAN GIVE US A RING
I II cakes might as well
you forever, ad Infinitum etc., about
1.50 stock on a lot of can-
out and up different things you could find in MILKIs
25c .ned goods that you'll need when these stores, but if I did you could !
unexpected guests come When You Need Ice j
those because the
I n't read them paper Ideal For .
.1 N SHAVE walking in Oh, yes, keep fresh ,
"Ity for Automobile couldn't be printed. So I'll let you
- Offl'"- and Home vegetables daily. In fact all I ask ChildrenPETERSON'S Real Ice Refrigeration Is Best
you to do is go Into the store and go down and make your own
20cLOOK look at their products and you'll "fin BRADFORDHARDWARE find plenty of things that you can't Read the grocery advertisementsIn
: RIGHT FOR XMAS\ resist buying. this week's paper, then get busy STARKE ICE COMPANY j
BARBERSHOP the have you recently -
CITY And tried by any way of those milk-fed and make out your list for ChristI I DAIRY I ISTAIIKE. .; -
dinner and get out and start i IV. L. WALL FKOr. _
COMPANY cMcker.s that John's keeps? They mae I FLORIDA I ; t
, fSO: A. M. to 6SO P. l\'. are the bet ones I've ever eaten shopping You'll have fun! | -

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OCALAHoward Stlllman's eyes ponder the
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Miss\ Gertrude A. leering turned courageous lives of eighteen girls
TURKEY SHOOT Santa Claus this week and pre In the early days of America who I I
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an eminent English historical writer advances into 1037 with the
about the defense of Malta In

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BRIGHTEN __ resolutions calling on Florida Pictorial .-!.. I plrtorld I" a N.rdlwryry' Lltl livRPoaaWde
retail merchants to their -2 1'0 Ropnlyll.rim" : : 1" .....,tM rrilu . 1
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ffl THEHOLIDAYS FREE GIFTS! sales taxes, so that schools of the n.cwt.Av.hruthart.t_ _II Y.1'a" "'a wf:ItG'A.. =" a Succta"' ., r.:lar4t.. i iWtas IF".
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SKATESCUTLERY log funds. Pointing out that about .XO'l'I-o." .u if for following......... O".r 3 yr' /. .., 1 IF
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I 'OIK OCTAOON SO A I* commended State Comptroller -, ... Mochaiilx & ..._I yo
A FRESH COAT Ofl'ONS AND OET ONE HEATERS J. M. Lee, for his collecting "Dsa..er' ....-.. Girl .._... 1
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18. SCHURCH '
r-grttMBEK .._ BRADFORD {'Or TEI.ECRAPI1.>II. STARKE. FLORIDA f
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L--j I punch and fiddlers jig contributed JOBS' PAY TUITION
; SAMUEL HOPKINS/ ADAM I
N' to
the
B.'iiST general gaiety TAMPA Dean M. S. Hale of
SST B. Price !'"*>* i l 1 That "same night Warrenton the University of Tampa, says Jobs To All Our Friends

C 8cbool' to o'clock .. mU .. 1I Manor, John Randolph was ineffectually i tnglng from cartoon sketching to
..
\\t \\l hTIIK
lat :>upt.J 91awbJrQ Jews roe I trying to forget everything truck dilvlng are enabling fifty percent

J Tb m VIi','",hlp, a. m. MIT0.0.tO1bWyNMAYIR 7rhnWALSEY 1I but matters of state. He paced of the university's students to MKIIUIEST OKCHKISTHASKtt

".,..In g is: P mWorship. I to and fro conning a new pay for their education. :

f.P,1.6 ?:30 p m. RAINE5 speech, stepped Into his library to and

Meeting, Wedne.- gather new quotations and then T.\ n'\ FACTORY SITE

.BTescbemra 1 What has happened tempt to hold her; only a little assumed his favoilte place!! by the TAMPA The Continental Can TilE \IM-IEST OF
Ley Pk lervlce, W9cYd.reek ; window to recite them. But he :NEW' SEARS .
prayer no far: groan that escaped him as she left Company Required a 43-acre factory
i m. i told of his Inward struggle.It could not keep his mind on his site In the outskirts of Tampa
8 P Peggy O'NealeTimberlake }
Y, was good sailing weather on work and after a time he threw for a new can manufacturing GEO. W. ROBERTS

Jlletbo4Ja' ChurchMontgomery. a the Potomac, and when Peggy told his pipers: aside and sank Into an plant here. A consideration of $40- L.\\VTEV FLA.
'
S. M. Paator, t charmingyoung President Jackson that she had armchair. He was not conscious )of 000, was indicated In the deed filed

"' ; scbool-10 a. m.SI I. ai widow decided not to get married at present the approach of a light-footed figure for record __ __on ,
I""y Worstllp-ll .. m.J1otP 1 who Is a powerIn he from the garden until the latter ----- .
I reciprocated by inviting her ---- - - --
t1 League-6:4S: p. m. Washington to Join a river party that Included had reached the doorway in FLORIDA (JETS ART

JI""' Worsblp, : theee politics because John Eaton. 'front of him. SARASOTA-The Sarasota Herald !,
:
IftJIre InvIted to all ierr I of her closefriendship "I've been wanting to see you "Good evening, Senator" said said it had learned from reliable W ;

I with alone," said Peggy, when she found the visitor suavely, drawing back sources the late John lUng ling;
rt -Church President An. herself in a secluded corner with 'his cape. Randolph stared at him bequeathed the Ringllng Art Museum 4 .\\t:

!rrt'llbUrlan. Lowry, Pastor s- h..._. 4'odrew Jackson, Jackson. "I've got something Important 'for several moments before recognition here to the State of Florida. IT WILL BE ,
JIt1' George> H finally receivesa to tell come to him. He had not One of the best known collections \ '.

gday services: proposal from the man she had you seen Prof. La Roy Sunderland In the United States, the works of
"What Is It
,
sabbath School. young lady? asked A MERRY CHRISTMAS 1
10 ((0 a. m. Morning Worship. loved for years, Senator John Ran Jackson. "Got an idea for a new since that night when the palmist( art In the gallery have been valued .; 'I t
Mam. dolph. She goes to Jackson for advice tariff?" had Incited the riot In the court' as high as 130.000,000.
: ; III- Young People's Vesper and when he Randolph yard of the Inn. I ; J
4.30 p. oppose "Nothing so simple as that," -- FOR ALL OF US I 1
Service a dtuteV rights advocate, she answered. "Look." "It's been some six years since : ACTIVE: AT 103: I I ",
Pastor.
Sermonette Service by: she leaves" the* White House In an She extended one clenched hand, we met Senator," went on Sun ST. PETERSBURG Charles WEldrldge IF YOU LET US DO t ''i;

JlidWtek ger. and derland. 105: began his second
It
Study. opening exposed teh Cal-
>D p, m, Mission "Yes," said! Randolph. "Unfortu term as commander of the local G. I
Service. hound secession coin: which had YOUR DRY CLEANING & LAUNDRY i iI
1130" p. m. Prayer CHAPTER TEN been given her the night she visited nately I have a very good memory. A. R. post. Born in Edinburgh
." Scotland In 1831 was
Baptist Church Randolph."By Eldrldge
)Iotewood I'll be old when the War Be
"Perhaps more welcome thirty
Pastor years
Hemingway. The of the Eternal! Jackson ;
G. report Peggy's engage- growled -
)11", L said the other, "when hear tween the States began. He walksto
BIbldices you my
every Sunday. ment to Randolph was good news "I'd like to hang the scurvy I STARKE DRY CLEANERSTHERE'S
business For months, while the business sectlln of the city I
Services at 3:30'cfoclIln : many ,
gf11015: a, m. to Vice-President Calhoun, who not poxy blackguards that done this! 1
you and colleagues have nearly every day, unaccompanied,
i afternoon. only felt himself in accord with the An' I'll bet Calhoun would too!" your
worked In the open, we have worked and goes fishing alone In his row- ..... .... .
alms of the Virginia Senator, but "Well, there's only one thing to -- ----- --- 'I
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CHURCH In the dark. The time boat. ,
BAPTIST has ..
B1MEL Pastor who also saw In the nuptials what do," said Peggy. "Nip It in the arrived :::;;; .;.. --,-,-_ ... .. -- .- ,....-.- \ .
A, Donnley to strike. Jackson Is way --- ----
i I- Jackson himself had visualized bud. Back up Dan Webster. Show
Slices every first Sunday. ering. A million men await only HTAMI: mnres IM)PR
and, opening it, exposed the Cat- the people you're the President of I
I School 2:30: p. m. the word to dissolve the Union and TALLAHASSEE attempt __ :1
Sunday and capable advisers. Calhoun a United Union and that It's going __
Service: to send narcotics the
through
Study and Prayer free the states! -
BIble made no great secret of his feel- to stay that way." 7J.' -____ I
mails them beneath
Saturday night. "Is this the way, said Randolph by concealing -
IIff1? Ing that Jackson was misguided, "You to stick said
got by me, with deadly calm, "that sincere stamps on postal cards was disclosed
St larks Episcopal Church and that he must eventually yieldto Jackson. The shadow of John Eaton principles can be twisted to spell here by Federal agents i NO USE TRYING r

)Horning prayer and Sermon on the doctrine of state Individualism fell across the canvas in front blood and rebellion?" United States Commissioner R. B. TO THINK OF A DIFFERENT A Y

second: and fourth Sundays at propounded by Southern lead of them, and the President turnedto "I know you must be cautious," Marsh said a man listed as Joseph

7. m Holy communion Saintsin ers.When glance at him, then looked at smiled Sunderland craftily. "But B. Williams admitted mailing mor I TO SAY IT-

:) at 10 a. m. Litany and choir he decided to visit Peggy Peggy significantly. It was not difficult -I you also know that in your heart, phine from Augusta, Ga., to a

Nllce; every Friday night at 7:30: and personally congratulate her to read his thoughts. you are with us." Tallahassee woman by placing half I }

a the Vlce-Presldent could not retrain When the boat made Its return "Tell this to your friends," said a grain of the powder In tissue and MERRY CHRISTMAS r

from adding a triumphant trip up the river by moonlight Randolph, rising. "I will maintain concealing It under a postage

postscript Eaton seized the opportunity to en- the privileges of the sovereign stamp. I I

JONESComments "There was a stubbornness In gage Peggy in conversation away State of Virginia with my life but' ----. Is What We Wish

BOB the President," he declared, "whichwe from the others."I I'll be the first t to shoot the blackguard NEGRO FOOTBALL. FIOIIT For All Our Friends and Customers ;
MIAMI Police forced to
On Here could not break down. I think ve always wished for such a who dares falsify my position l- were
hand- : and lead the nation to bloodshed fire pistols and shoot tear gas gunsto
you were responsible for that, Mrs. night as this began the
And Hereafter ; And I'll tell Andrew Jackson quell a disturbance at a Negro
IRIae' exactly how I stand!" football game. Several officers SISTRUNK FEED & SEED STORE /

Sunderland with a bow disappeared were slightly Injured when several

He Bible teaches emphatically; Randolph for his thousand spectators joined 'In the --- -,_. -- --.- ,- -.---
the dead will be John EtitoHt niitptttt/y fttoi erttt flout bi rang which bruised __ __ u_ .. _. .. --___
day fight, hurling rocks
ill some injury, U'ai' Ptygy1' esrert.Tlmberlake. butler. Then he passed across the
ati. What kind of bodies will area of the lighted window. A shot police The disturbance started at

.have after the resurrection? rang out from the garden, and he the end of the first! half of a game CROP AND LIVESTOCK LOANS

':lit\ question Is often asked. A dropped to the floor. between Booker T. Washington n
will have a body Just School of Miami and Middle-
arlitlan t. (Next week: The shooting of High ''
at the body of Jesus. He said Randolph In kept a secret, but ton High School of Tampa. After AT 5 Pet. INTEREST ,

diet His resurrection when talk II"UH of It finally reaches Peggy exhausting their supply of teargas

4 to Thomas "A spirit has not She learns that he Is In a critical officers succeeded in scatter SEE

!M and bone as you see I have." condition and ruches pottt-l)_ta to ing the crowd and stopping the

ton bad shed His blood on the 9 r, ids side.) game, leaving the Miamians lead Gainesville Production Credit Ass'n.

We read in Leviticus this d Ing, 130.
"The life of 4. I II .
ktific statement. IY SMOLTZ TO PRACTICE

idesh is In the blood." When JACKSONVILLE Once his HOOVER IN STATE .. "FARMER OWNED" fl

;jam died He gave His life which I t" term as governor ends, Dave Sholtz PALM BEACH=Former President ,\1.

:MU He gave His blood. When will establish offices here for private Herbert Hoover arrived at 318 E. Main St. S. Gainesville Fla.
had this resort for few of "
;, arose from the dead He law practice and as a base city a days

tIty of flesh and bone. He had for his activities as Grand Exalted Gulf Stream fishing. He went out 1

M kind of divine risen life. He l+ Ruler of the Benevolent and with his secretary, Lawrence Hit !

tld through closed doors. HeM i Protective Order of Elks chey, and Mark Sullivan, political

climb Invisible stairways into ---. columnist, but the party had little

iky. He could suddenly disffear. JIn KILLED IIV BULL luck. He chose as his guide Capt. i

/ He could take food into( x STUART Searchers, tramping Herman Gray, who acted in a simIlar AGEmS j

body and He had a body that -"" .........- the woods all night and Using an capacity when Hoover was In COUNTY OFFICE Starke .
,
.an could touch. After the resur- With you gone Jackson some young cabinet officer as they airplane this morning, found the Florida several years ago Friends

jvilim a Christian will have the out fortnight took a seat In the darkness of the body of J. C. Mosley In a secluded said Hoover planned to stay sev 1
a
hold
can't 1 1I
lIIIIe kind of body our Lord had. the justice of our demands rigging. "I'd begun to lose faith, spot where he was killed by a savage eral days In Palm Beach, where ,

\* Bible Is not explicit about theM against become the wife of John Peggy, until tonight with tonight'snew bull. Mosely! who Is survived several prominent Republicans- .

< of body a sinner will have. When you moon to wish on by a widow and four children, left including J. Leonard Repllgle, ? 25 I
Is won.
the victory !
:In Randolph, last to drive his Southern campaign manager in the
raised.
sinner's body is to be his home night .
made no answer to this. He took her hands, put an arm
i I'far as we know, the sinner will Peggy looked at cattle Into pasture. He failed to last election and John K. HarrisFlorida f !, ;
Late that afternoon, after a day about her waist. Peggy national commltteeman- ,
r brought back from the dead reappear and because Just three f'
of mental torture, she went to vis- the outline of his sensitive, clearly have Winter homes ,
rtti a like heM he had been attacked by I
physical body Just realized that days ago
She told him every outlined features and .
It Randolph.
now. We about the herd's three-year old bull and
not
; are sure But
with fond of him. i
interview
she might become ;
her stormy
in. However, we are positive thing, echo ofRandolph's forced to flee to his car for safety,, I :
faint
her talk with Calhoun In her ears sounded a
'W t the Word that Jackson, his wife became alarmed and sent
of God teaches "
voice
!* of the dead are to be raised her hours of solitary brooding. well-remembered : word to the sheriff's office Ij To Quickly I I '
etlme Then she said she believed Jack "Thin Is the difference between a .. I iIII

son was right, that it was indeeda man and a unman. I choose Virginia j II ,-, \
choice between her country and !" IEnfI.EXPEnnJE TINO Ease Pains ofRheumatism a a

Where are the dead now? This her lover unless (and there "John! John, dear" she called, ST. PETERSBURG Because t
7 and 8
,,
small boys
ages
two
nwtlon Is often asked. The Bilk was a pleading look In her eye) unconsciously, her mind on the
,
"wanted to see If the teacher was III
makea this plain, too. In the the latter would ally himself with poignant event of that recent aft- firemen searched for ,
right, city
Testament dispensation when her and with the President to op ernoon. Eaton, having no suspicionthat blaze here Several ,'I r.r
''man died he went to Sheol (He- the forces trying to break she was calling out to another a mythical
pose
trucks answered the
nw word) or Hades (Greek the Union asunder. "John," enfolded her in a sudden screaming fire c;() l .
alarm and found the youngsters Bayer Tablet I } aI
Itrll), This offer yourself
means every man "You mean that you rush. innocently awaiting their Ditiolve AtmottImtantly -t
standing
to died went to hell but the good to me in exchange for my "Then It's true," he whispered arrival. "Our teacher taught us \.'/ ot.-.,;

apple' went to one compartment principles," said Randolph grimly. joyously. "You do"Would -=" what to do in cane of a fire. We !. > .ecende br Slap

\hell and the bad people went to "I offer myself to you," responded It make you very happy, wanted to see If it would work," w.i.b. a .....1.. ,I
other the future eaves AnirieUrt 1.1,1.1 ..
compartment. The good "to help guard :
Peggy John Eaton?" asked Peggy, lookIng one explained. la dlirinlrgnlen4 / 4
apple went to paradise, a place ofme of a new country, together. tender- la to work. l>rwp. e ,...
and wicked said Randolph at him with a gentle Miviio.v mu ....... A..plrt' '. UbIM 'In. r1 I'I
rest, and the "A woman's right, .. a (tam ef ...... By I
apple> went to that compartment slowly, "Is to choose love before ness.The School children, housewives I the. Urns tt bile the b H.l .
"ere there career, political news of Peggy's forthcoming business was suffering. Laza- politics. A man's ministers, retired and .
I II
I "'lnl |re<'la| Whel ,
*\was In paradise and the wicked or otherwise Is his reason marriage gratified many people men, In fact folks from every walk /..."". In Ihle t
eat to and in Washington just as much I hap,... la I.., ., '
the compartment of Sheol for being his whole pride which of life, find the Mission a good etemeca.Ask -, '
fHades where men suffer. When an It shocked! the clique to to spend Tuesday evenings I ,

creed says "Jesus Christ de. birthright"I can't leave Uncle Andy now." Mrs. Beall and Louisa Abbot be- and place this week WitH no exception I .I Gives 1 to 3 More Miles per Gallon

ten.' ', .into hell," the creed is cried Peggy. "I've thought It all longed. Their tongues wagged for There was a good! gathering to Your Doctor About l

*bt l .b',;, He did not descend into over. I can't have my country and a fortnight with discussion The of poor this hear the message on "The Threeells" j I Genuine DA YEn Aspirin in Passenger Cars '
taI
Into her eye scandalous alliance. all doubtless went away I
amp trtment of hell whereWlckl'lJ A gleam came / and
dead were. He went and you her hand rested on his. "But Secretary they felt, had been led feeling that they would like to be atype I Any person who suffers from puini
4 and lamb to the slaughter. I of in John { of rheumatism should! know lliisr I
Parade When jesus rose have your country like a of the one spoken
can CE,4"
you Two genuine UA YEti ASPIIUN
closest
wn Ix': kid He led "a multitude me." Only a few of Peggy's I I 4:14.:; I 1 I tablets, taken with a full glass "' 4$ We suggest that
I ptly' Randolph, "the suspected the full extent of varied program preceded the will .
.ct iptlve. He took ev- "Peggy, said friends A I!I water, usually auto even sever
elbov I do is for Randolph and which the folks rheumatic in a remarkably you make a'lest
ut 'jf paradise with Him last thing I should wish to her feelings study In young pains :
(I
J heave:! the only happiness the struggle through a part-even "Mary and ihort time. '
since our Lord rose an end to guessed took quite In own car
pronounce Ask doctor about this lie( your
*"' tie ii ad i death for a Christ. I have ever known." which she had gone In parting the little Lamb being among the I will your tell there is nothing P4
*** ,ns. the leaned i him for good In order to number. probably you and find out for i
Christian 'Is with the "Then you will- Peggy from bett r. For real Bayer Aspirin i
*">- There is no intermediate forward anxiously."As : marry a man whom as yet, she liked A Christmas program will beIC'lven tablets not only offer a yourself the ex- 1

ate t the Christian dead. The between the State of Virginia rather than loved. Peggy knew next week at the regular' malftenic (pain reliever), but .tart'j :
'\kkcd Intensely in '01 to work almost Instantly you Ira mile !In E1-C.
:j.cad are now where they and you," said Randolph, after that John Eaton was Tuesday evening hour This la entitled j lea ng them Note illustration of

!, been *)" the time 'In that comnotem a moment's pause, every muscle love with her, and she felt that, In "The Bethlehem Star." This I' ass j .

of choose. Ii of time, she might return olden, golden story will be given In You'll be
Sheol or Hades or hell in his face taut. "I must the course Try this simple way. I I.urprised
''here is constant suffering.ouls correct?" this feeling In full measure. simplicity In keeping with the true at how quickly pain eases. See theSinclair I
:be that and a few spirit Friends of the Get real Bayer Aspirin by asking >I' .
of Beall rhrlstmaf ;
'heaven the righteous dead are "Yes, I suppose so. Although Mrs. wed Invited. (or it by its full name, "BayerAspirin" Dealer to!. '
The souls of the wicked "Then there remains this differ- friends stayed away from the Mission work cordially at any drug store. Now n't'S.f .

\\oj\etart m hell. Sometime all ence between a man and a woman. ding consumed by curiosity, the j York's Battery. Park aquarium virtually one cent a tablet I
\ "" be raised.' Then soul Virginia! affair proved a red-lelter event. New n- lace hJ1,1.I"._. ..,..., .,...,
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body having
declaration
irk will be reunited. Thelbaved With this dramatic Rowdy Dow came, first of I and was built In 1810! 15C row .
will be with the Lord and the Randolph turned aside and clenched drowned !in drink the memory ADOZEMLOOK 4t

Ieot.: will, be separated from his fists, unable to maintain fur-too his own unsuccessful suit.C. Calhoun Martin I l I. hereby NOTKRNotlf given to all whom J IULL9C oe Agtnt Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.) :
*rka They will be cast Into outer ther poise. Peggy knew him Van Buren and John It may n>nr.rn that the unl rxln.>l.B l. ooeraLJVbtudlF '

ess' where there Is weeping well not to realize his decision was acted as ushers, beaming and admi(!:roplvrhas filed the .Ml. .t FindUrn y FOR 8IS'I.\II& I'KOIIfCTH {
the as Herman
'*! 'A'alllng and gnashing of final. She started slowly for bland. President Jackson came H and vi.,n' h -rll, and l will on1 I PRONE 13)1) 4
L ,.. .blet
instinctively she the glass of fashion the 26th day of December, U34. 'Ii i

door, then rushed, back, puttingher near bill being gaunt frame would permit. arplr to the Honorable Jude fi r E.Fir.it K.Perry.! Dinarse J. H. WAINWRIGHT Agt. '..
-- --. whirled and as! ".a u.'
ll<< cdtaaeous aircraft operators arms about his neck and kUs-- Afterwards there was a reception '. Hr..cn< 1C ruabr. Adm'r FLORIDA I JSTARKE.
motionless
I 1t*w.d 1)287,373 passengers In ing him. Randolph and was made as no at- at which Pennsylvania cheese 12-4-U-U-23. +1 i u l; '

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,,1 rAGE 'GOT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH- STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, DEC IBtR 18vised I


Tax Collections GoodTax I 88 FLORIDIANS aggregate! Incomes lot $84,718,099 by the Oeparllnent- ,
Bradford County Telegraph I Tlle :)retort BaM Un-.aa.SSO FlorIdians this city has n

\ TOO LATE Collector C. A. Knight said OVER $50,000 YEARONLY represent;
Established 1877 yesterday that tax collections dur- the SUte'a population.( _jgJThe na- .Federal prison ," t
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i I TO CLASSIFY Ing December were good and be- ONE INCOME OF tional average as to Income tax returns bf land four mitt m "I

lieved they exceeded the amount MILLION IS LISTED was 3.22 per cent Tallahassee .
wa
3g MEMBERFWRIL do Dy. ntlltlELL! KATHrrrrlarr collected during this time last year. FOR THIS STATEA The average Income on which ernment. Th h
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Prt
Florida A
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v fa PRESS ASSOCIATION \ The discount allowed on December report by the Bureau of In- taxes" were paid In Florida was $3.- came from Kant

\ 1935 collections Is three percent, he ternal Revenue shows eighty-eight 444,01 and the average tax Ington Direct I i
r The book of the month as far sulJ Two will be allowed $171.96.There. ?
_. : percent who said the
4; twat 7: oticlra _. Floridians paid taxes lust year on I lo "
1Y 19 as Florida is concerned seems to during/ January, and one percentIn 1934 incomes of more than 50000. were 7881 single men who i factory and will I svv
- -- be Jim Lees sequel to MargateMitchell's February. income of $1.000,000 to $1.- paid taxes on 1934 Incomes. 2034 .
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class I Wind" One
"Gone With the of them heads of families. Single VOTE
500,000 was taxed by the bureau FOR xi,
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida that lists all the state jobs and tells CARD OK TH\NKS and one between $500,000 and I women totaled C4S4 and 1087 reported MIAMI 1'.11"' ;,,? \rnn,
-. how much they pay. To our friends who so they were heads of families. ratified the I' "h
-- ---- ------- -- -- -- ------ -- -- -- many $750,000 The names of the tax- Isauan' '
E. L. ii ___ ____.: ._____Editor and Owner It is provin' mighty helpful to a kindly assisted us during the recent payers and the amount of the Separate returns were filed by certificates to flm.n. 'I '(
lot of folks who have been wan Un' illness and death of our beloved levies however were withheld in 803 wives, and 10,209 returns were I a $250,000 Federam ''n??
-- -- --
-- Finance
; ----- -- SUBSCRIPTION- RATE a job, but dicint exactly know mother, Mrs Surah E. MM. compliance with the Treasury'spolicy joint by husband and wives or by : nlclpal football 8tadllUT1'h.
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which one Now all they got to do Mary Mutt and family of keeping tax returns con- husbands alone.A was 4832 for '
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance Is Just run down the list and check fidential. source of incomes table showed and 221 against Issuing A 'rtl
the plums that appear most In. man from Lake City, as near as I $64,408,000 of the taxable dlum election pr"v'OIi
Advertising Rates on Application vltln'. been able to learn. It seems that Two persons were taxed on ,Incomes was declarer i I
amounts was from salaries, because
Mr. Cone Is of "in- of $300,000 to $400,000, three I wages a majority If vote
----- ---- -- -- no respecter
r.------------: During the past coupla weeks I commlslaons and fees and $20,694- not participate
fluence" When It comes to mak- from $250,000 to $300,000, five fn recent.
t cart! I've had letters from a dozen guys 000 from business profit Smaller lug 5054
If a barber shaves a friend would you it scraping an In' appointments I got an idea from $200,000 to $230,000.: Three of 8985 qualified
and personal visits from a flock of 'sources it income accounted for took part. One
acquaintance? that: Fred will do a whole lot of from $150,000 to $200,000, nine* vote Was t
others askln' If I would mind wrlt- the rest. out
thlnkln' about it from $100,000 to $150,000 five
personal private
o In' a letter to Fred about 'em 01'If .
and If anybody has the Idea they from $90,000 to $100,000 ten from
If your stocking is full on Christmas Day it's ten to one I will run up and see him per- can high-pressure him with a stack $80,000 to $90,000, fourteen from NEW FEDERAL PRISON
I and In word-
sonally put a good TALLAHASSEE-Major Curtis
i pocketbook isn't. of letters and telegrams or personal 170,000 to $80,000, ten from $60 .
your they be glad to pay my expenses. L. Waller, chairman of a chamber
bulldin' 000 to $70,000 and twenty.!lye
I o The funny part of It Is these appeals appeals they're Just of commerce committee was adGENT -
themselves for and from $50,000 to $60,000.
r'r up a grand glorious
for the most part come from
Designers say that every man should have nineteen suits. gob of disappointment
guy I never heard of. Of course Altogether 32,550 Floridians
5 Well, that makes us one-nineteenth correct. I'm gettln' old and my memory But gettln' back to Colonel Lee's paid $$5.597,287. taxes on 1934 income AT

o ain't what It used to be but evenIf book; since the most excltln' chapters totalling $112,102,614. This WORD

I did meet 'em at the barbecueIn has already been released In 'represented a sharp Increase over
Very often when a peace parley is held a free-for-all aerial form by the Tax Revisionas COLUMN
Apopka last year or they used the preceding years 28.775: taxpayer Studio
starts over whose time it is to smoke the pipe. to deliver Ice to me in 1932 when startlln' as it might have been. whose levy was $2,671,623 on Upright
League. It wasn't anywhere near FpR SALE:-One electric battery and
I was llvin on Central Avenue, I Grand Pian
o I imagine some collection agencieswill brooder, practically new. Used
; just can t figure out what all thetagot
"Mary McCormic Has 4th Husband for Thanksgiving"- to do with me worryln' Mr. find It handy for reference.It Invention Brings Joy for two batches of chickens only. ALSO

I Headline in Tampa Times. Personally, we prefer turkey. Cone with a sob letter urgln' him will make some guys wonder To Women Who Iron Will sacrifice. J. Maurice Edwards. GUARANTEED USED: !
) 1 o to appoint 'em Tag Commissioneror why they wasted their time study- 12-18-atp PIANOSA

remember what about make 'em a Race Track Inspec- In' law or mathematics when they Drudgery Abolished by Use of 7-Room House for Rent Thoroughly Price for every Pocketb
worrying
"Do you you were a might have been learnln' to be a .

month ago?"Umatilla Tribune Sure. This month's bills. tor.And the arguments they put up veterinarian. It will stop all this Wonderful Iron Wilson reconditioned.Realty Co. Well. located.Itp LILLIAN'SMUSIC

talk about the state not doin Its ,
0- are really touchin' Practically Women STOR
everywhere are praisingthis .
s Mrs. Simpson is not included in the British "Who's Who"for ery one assures me that It was him part toward situation relievln'and as the a unemployment guide for- wonderful Iron with which theydo FOR RENT New bungalow, Opp. Florida Theatre
either furnished unfurnished.
personally that went out and dragged or
1 doesn't have to be. knows. Job-hunters') Is their ironing in less than half OAINES1LLEn.laralolllnc
i 1937. She Everybody already In the handful of extra votes a classic. the time-without drudgery-with Will be vacant Jan. 1st. Apply 402S
The ,only'trouble is, it will be out Walnut St.
a than won the election. Of course out spoiling the clothes and at almost ltp
lit A single word in the Chinese lauguage may mean nine they don t know Fred personally, of date in a few weeks and I imag no expense. WILL PAY CASH-for used pi-
ine the new.
revised
but they sure worked for him and expurgated
t things. Maybe that's the reason Chinese men get slapped so If It hadn't been for them and so edition which I understand now is Heated without using wood coal anos. Write Lillian's Music
gas. electricity gasoline kerosene Store, 342 W. University Ave.
often. forth. being carefully edited by Mr. Cone,
alcohol charcoal or carbide this Gainesville, Fla. tf
o Then they drag out the book and will prove;a lot more Interestin'readln' amazing iron keeps heating while at KSeaw

. how me on so and so, the even it it don't contain as WANTED-Share
Mt The Nobel peace prize will be issued just as soon as they page being used.Women cropper to oper-
l job they want. "Looklt," they say many pages. ate two-horse farm and cultivate
Iron in comfort while
nation to talking long to us- with. .
get some stop war enough accept rl.IDc
r can "It pays a hunnert and fifty bucks But the task of revisln' It Is no ing it with no hot stoves to fret tO-acre pecan grove. Must be able |//VOrV] prleen. "oo'

i X it. '\ month and I know the guy that's cinch and I'm glad it's Fred and over no labor of keeping up coalor to finance self. N. D. Wainwright Vis Plenty. Are thedare.

o got it now and he don't do nuthln' not me that: has to worry about It. wood fire .no danger of explosion 12-l-3tp l 1..nrrd fur real
af and tell Fred if he'll ._ -naught'
f The outlook for 1937 is very bright except for the fact the job you I'll guarantee to do give twice me '\OllfM] OF tPPI{',TIev using gasoline, alcohol etc., TRACTOR WORK-I am able to

' f' that postal officials say the three-cent postage stamp will remain 'IS much as that bird does" .?snnf POIl" .1'\K nut) 1\nKK.. ItIU: no scorching starch fine sticking linen., smutting or do all kinds of tractor work. Fully -

with us. "I don doubt that I says, "but NOTlC&tmKEBlf (GIVEN modern equipment. Refer to S.R. .
Housewives of HARib.tlIlC.pAitiimrtWl
Inc
nrm>k e r Tuirenllne! Company Bradford Countycan Johns, Sr., for Information.
what gave you the crazy idea that holder of lie :
: u TAX Certificate No. I In- see this unusual Iron without MMtltrtm
: 't letter from me Is do cued the 7th., day of July A D. 1830 12-l-3lp
/ A Michigan doctor delivered his own wife when she was ?" gonna you has filed name. In mv office and haw obligation ,by writing for further
any good Ileotinn for deed to information. Edna Starke GOOD FARM-For sale 80
I born. Now who will deny that there is such a thing as love at "Aw you got influence" he be Issue l: thereon: Sldt.cx..r a Fla. Lewis acres
embrace the following demrlbed. Route 2. -Adv. 15: miles west of Starke In Bradford -
first sight? comes back at me. "Then politl- property 'In the: county of llradford, County, 50 cleared, good
clans always listen to the newspaper State of Florida, to-wlt:
o Northeast Quarter of Southeast fence good buildings. See or write
"
Ir k: Just as the tin-can tourist was about to become extinct, word guys.to the You Governor Just speak for me a good and Soul Quarter)... italic Section. 20 23 Bunt Townnhlp contain 7 REAL L. W. Sowell, Mlcanopy, Fla.
\ing 40 Acres, .... 12-4-4tp
more or I. I
r s ; along comes the auto trailer with more room than ever to Ill see you don lose nothln' by The enKnient. of tha said property r
,11 rk" 1. It" under tttt said certificate limited ESTATE Vam- -. .. - ..,- .... .. -,- ., ,--,
store tin cans. wa In the ,iiiama of Oeo. Lippert. ,
I Well it's all very flatterin and I'nlena. Bald rtlflcata hall be> r.
o all that but at the same time lye deemed.ac."rding to law, the property IP YOU WANT ToBUY 'Why Worry With Cookinjf
And now we suppose queens will begin telling young; I learned that Influence is some- to the described hlorh..t therein bidder 1 will at be tha Hold I SELL OR RENT > _

I,hili.' a fellow thinks he's until court-hnunaddoor on that if little got
princes they are good boys they might grow up dray In of February 1917,
S to be commoners. 1 he! tries to use it, and as far as me which. II..h1h':: tut. day of February, CHRISTMAS
Siavln'! any with Fred Cone whythat's 1937.n"l"d WILSONREALTY
thin 10th., day of December.
-- a. : a sure 'nuff laugh. 1838

'.,;;;' .: ArChTea'1aby I '!] was born in a taxi. At the rate those To tell the truth, I don.t know (OFFICIAL A. J.8 THOMAS:Ar..) CO.

NT driver charge anyone who has a whole lot of so- ;4 ''CQ it probably cost the parents as much asa alled:: Influence with the Gentle- Bradford County Florida. '" ... .. DINNERDO
'first class J hoe l >ital 13-H-St-l.W .
:.' ", .' ,,

t 1 Thousands of tobacco-chewing 0 males will_ never feel at' m jLOJlIDA1i.fJ1r.1if.r.I $ -. l. ,ft 1il m SOMETHING DIFFERENT THIS YEAR. BUNDLE

!i home in an auto trailer until they are equipped with front THE FAMILY UP AND COME: ENJOY A BIG Tl'KhEt

i''' ; railings to spit over. ..... ........... .. DINNER WITH US. ""
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Y Foreign nations still refuse to pay their debts. What \ \ THE MAGNOLIA CAFE

Uncle Sam needs is the bill collector who a [;w \
to
comes see us every 7/'DGR
Monday morning. .. 66 I ,

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Il Avery Powell says there is no truth to the rumor that ; '; M 1 .MARL4NN .,t

yd the town of Walla Walla will change its name to Wally. Wally t., r,.i JACKSONY,

ty for publicity purposes. r. COUNTY ;r.? t!

'!* D n.T'T. -" ,.z-

tt Government housing officials feel sorry for families who 1 -.L.. ..T- ": .""IA..,I..0"\01{,",",,"".1':". c.MIN .:.
'
Yc '
I do not have bathrooms in their homes, and small boys feel K JACKSON

.sorry for those who do. COUNTY FZOI2IDATJlG2&

t, --0 t 1 /5 A L.rrI.GSGTTI.EMGNT Q a

a "Politicians Who Break Pledges May Be Jailed"-lIead- KNOW'N a j H

t I line. We are absolutely opposed to the expense of building y ', AS "TWO CGG: .3: aO -. ... is
1.
I larger jails at this time. .-.. .
X !ttrt toss eI
Si''Il'! I. D nby

i ', A man in New York City has written 78,000 letters to t

i I editors in the past ten years. And no doubt the country isn't a +. Eoe.1

being run to suit him yet. b 9 .
e 1FL l
D c ?

1 r There is no basis to the rumor that Roosevelt contemplates bus

R a WPA project to dig the Republican Party out from

'' : under the recent landslide.

--0a ---- I
OQDAt
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a r, +p An art gallery has on display some oil paintings by Hit t ; : :f r,.. \ LAW -

ii V, 'tl ler. We won't become really disillusioned until someone digs I. ? ',. F/eM, \

t, :V t up a bit of early embroidery by Mussolini. ?) r:=;1
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4r A recent survey shows that women spend eighty-five: ,
,
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cents out of every dollar in the United States. Darn nice of w." -V.- .. :rio=!'"

them to leave the men folks enough for a pack of cigarettes. .t/1}: One I I:
J.T4.U.E3
r and mlnttt* seem ihorter Way
,', I -0- SIX Y A& OLOYOtMGSSr F'L.O/2/b/AN- when you U. !.. your Holiday tap by bus.
Dorothy Dix approves of the University of Florida's THE M/OW/V PGOfZSS/OMAL Your Chrlihn vacation: s'aita:. from the JACKSONVILLE:: .. 80

.4 ,r F course!' of study designed to develop the sense of humor. She BUCk moment you board one of lb. now TALLAHASSEE. 2 30
AND WING 0AMCEG.V :.p bu... to follow
yr 5.80
highway feat MIAMI __ _.
i saya woman has got to be able to take a joke when she takes u ?
lad
/ bora. In (hi
THE WO/2L.D./ cheery fritudly .1-! FT. PIERCE ___ <.35W. :
c e e4t a huf band. nsophor you roeapturo the tosiane! 5.25

o The distinction of being the youngest cain I; make it unique. The place receivedits I and thrill ol holiday travol of old: . PALM BEACH. :305:

i t'i A barber in Alaska known professional buck and wing unusual name years ago from the fact "when, th. *lg. coach and "coach and ST PETERSBURG
; + woman charges $5 a haircut. The fel four"w.r.the TAMPA 2.60
only of
't dancer in the world is claimed for little that little negro children would go to a means going horn. -
lows in the frozen north come to town every spring for a I LAKELAND 2.80UNIOU'
iix-year-old JOAN RIDER, of Jackson local store and buy "one egg wurf uv
i1 i :VV trim and it's probably worth that to bring them out from under ville, who has appeared before audiences andy, one egg wurf uv snuff or two eggs BUS STATION OCALA -1too

j the growth. throughout the country. Not only does wurf uv sugar" as the proprietor would O. L. BEASLEY, Agent GAINESVILLE: .50<

-0-- this youngster possess unusual talent as a accept eggs in lieu of money. Salesmen 4 Opp. Court House Starke, Fla.

A $10,000 cotton crop and a $10,000 pecan crop did their dancer but she sings more than one hun going through the locality often laughedaver i

H bit to tide this county over until next strawberry season.Thaf's dred popular songs and has appeared on the "Two-egg town" and later the
radio programs on many occasions. became known as Two Egg
F place
what we need. More diversified and not I
money crops
TWO EGG Florida land. It is located about
may be a small throughout. the
too
much dependence pn any on?.
g averago town but its name should cerr'W.eYiNJA.iuw..al. aurhteen miles northeast of Marianna.

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