Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 23, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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. 'OLUM-l' SIXTY. .. -- .. -Celebrate i -Golden AnniversaryPictured ) CES-- ; REFUGEE CHILDREN IN LONDON !' MURPHY LAW

ERCHANTS r Wedding WPA REP .. __ w .I I

HAS TREE on wedding their anniversary golden here. WORKERS' .N .-1 i EXPIRES :

day, which d 1 1't I ,
they celebrated CUT LASTVEEK\ r. t \

[ONIGHT Tuesday Dec. 13, a

are Mr. and Mrs A' : a
Clerk Sees Danger OF
John Uglow, liv- Sudden Firing Hiring i
Gifts mil Be C Property GoingTo
Valuable ing examples of
Remains Mystery jr
Away Free industry and Stale
thrift. Here
On Call St.
Mr. U ItlOW Pear that title to much valuable
Just as suddenly as they were r- property Ih Bradford County will

I starke merchants will play San- came here fifty. dismissed, practically all of the revert to the State of Florida to be

It Claus to their customers tonight three years ago 172 men and 34 women who were I sold later al I auction by trustees

iFridnyi' when a number of valu from North released lost week by 'WPA were of the Internal Improvement Fund,

ble gifts will be given away In Branch, M' c h., hired again and resumed their r, 1 1r c was expressed this week by the \,

front ')f the Florida Bunk at arriving on the Lijiijj regular duties Mondafr Clerk of the Circuit Court A. J.

!i rke. al nine o'clock. Most storesre same train withJ No one connected with the WPA Thomas.

remaining open late tonight M. Brownleeand here has the slightest idea what "Property owners have only five
for accomodatton of shoppers occasioned last week's wholesale
the J. L. Brown- more months In which to take ad-

, The gifts are merchants'Christmas appreciation bonuses- lee and families, distribution of 403's (dismissal LONDON, Eng. -Child refugees from, Sudeten Germany and vantage of the Murphy Act," Mr.
sowing the slips) among seventy-five percent said 'The law on
Thomas expires
them also early set- f board ship as they arrived in London, where
given It Poland are shown on
of the patronage of WPA clients in this county.
June 9, which will be the date ofthe
Burlng the holiday season and tlers of this section Is the general opinion that some temporary sanctuary has been prepared for them. Moat of them are last sale and If very many ,t u:

Stone cooperating In the event will who came u office blunder In Washington or children of Jewish refugees, whose parents have gone to other shelters property owners postpone their applications i.

L glad to explain how the gifts here from Sparta Jacksonville caused the sudden, until the last minute it iJ

,re to be awarded.The Miss. and completely unprecedented epidemic ivlll bo physically impossible to

following gifts will be dls- T of hiring and firing. Me LEVITONLongtime OLD HOME I Candle them all by the deadline ,
M r. Uglow'soriginal effect
iributed:: If the cuts had remained In
"I feel It Is duty to warn If: -
Jacob'sCannon towel set farm I it would have meant a payroll l

Darby'sBox. of groceriesAII'Xltntler'8 I was the one now i loss of around $6,000 per month In Resident ChangesOWNERSHIP property owners of the danger of ; i
of ladles' waiting too late to file appllca-
-One pair occupied by Lo- i this: county "
______ ___ lions under the Murphy law, Mr.
shoesCarpenter'sCara .
[,, men's I
r Nome bath renzo Green LAST WEEKHad \ Thomas said "There Is no advantage -
railroad DIED
Grove near
Later he moved to the Pennsylvania ROTARIANS In waiting any longer as
et short distance north of Starke, whre he was foreman until the "big settle
of groceries a BOYS .hose who apply now may
Sislrunk'sBox TREAT
of Mexl- freeze came along and ended the orange industry in this section. their 1939 taxes and this Is the

| Clar-Jean tablewareTip Shoppe--Set Mr. and Mrs. Uglow remained on this place, however for twenty- Members of the Starke Rotary 'Operated Businesf ,"rs.Jarbl Purchase ultimate benefit that may be derlv-
In Top Grocery -One bushel five years. They were the first In this section to plant a fall garden. Club played Santa .Claus at their Here For Forty Truby Place On ed from the law."Certificates ,
told but they went ahead and did It any- luncheon to arc, still outstandIng -
ranges "It can't be done" they were regular Wednesday Cherry St.
I Bradford Hardware Co.-Kwlk- way, growing rutabagas so big they brOught five cents a piece In the four boy students of B H. S. Years on some very valuable land inhis

Ivay Electric toasterj and other vegetables In proportion. Money from their Making up a pool by "chipping in" county and I sincerely urge
M, Alvarez-One Wilson shirt local stores, and managed to live well a dollar each, the Rotarians presented M. Leviton, 73, died last Friday; The J M, Truby home on Cherry a ill property owners to check upon
Cola Co.-One case strawberry crop they "put aside" every year meat to packages containing substantial morning In St. Vincent's HospitalIn St, one of the oldest< In Starke, these matters In order to prevent -
Starke Coca practically everything needed for the home from changed ownership last week, beIng to the Statef
| ColaSuwannee by growing clothing to the students Jacksonville following an Illness title reverting
f Coca store-Box of gro- vegetables. who were selected as deserving by of three week's duration. He had purchased by Mrs. A M. Darby Florida, after which they will

During his younger days Mr. Uglow had often said that he would I various home room teachers. The been In falling health for sometime from Mr and Mrs. J. W. Kil- ose forever all right of redemp- '

(cries Pharmacy-Cutex manicure retire from farming when he reached sixty years of age. He was a I boys also joined the club members and death came as the result linn of Waynesvllle, N C., son-in- ion," the clerk said "
Canova Sunday and early: law and daughter of the late Mr, the Murphy Act does
set man of his word. His sixtieth birthday came on it lunch. nf uremlc poisoning "Although
and he and Mrs./ Uglow moved Russia, Mr. Levi Truby lot expire until June 9, threevecks' t
Sternberg's One part-wool Monday morning the deeds were signed A report on the Rotary Education Born In Kovno,
[blanket' to the home on Jefferson st which they have occupied ever since. Fund was made by L. A. lon had for more than forty years+ The large two-story house, built are required for advertising
In the days certificates to be sold at auction
Western Auto Associate Store Shepherd In which he announced been a resident of Starke, where fifty-three years ago
St. was called Pennsylvania In reality, time Is even shorter
In the tailoring, when Cherry so
jne large flashlight that the Starke club now has a lie was engaged
A. Hartman-One case of beer I NAMEDFor I certificate for $100 Investment in ind cleaning and pressing: business. Ave., Is still in good condition han the five months mentioned

Star Worklngman'a StoreOneair PICTURE JUDGES the fund which is used to aid deserving He devoted his time largely to his being built of heart lumber,, above, We anticipate a last minute -
had time for the: quality of which cannot be duplicated rush and, much as we would
> of boy's or girl's shoes. I CONTESTNext boys to obtain an education tmstncss, but always '
-. I Christmas at the University of Florida. i friendly greeting, being of a today. 'like to accomodate everyone it

At the close of the' meeting a'' jolly disposition. Mr. and Mrs. Truby were among I vlll be absolutely Impossible to do
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week the Telegraph'will short talk was made*By the Rev. Besides his widow Mrs. Teresa the early residents of Starke ComIng so If too many wait until the last 1

8 SCHOOLS I present Its second annual Picture TREE CONTEST Frank Robinson In which he stated Bennett Leviton, he is survived by here to engage In orange production lew weeks to file their applications -

Identification Contest A that the three things uppermost me daughter, Mrs. H. L. Brown- Mr. Truby turned to other ," Mr. Thomas said. '
of local pictures that Orleans, La two the bin freeze The Murphy Act applies to all
In CountyACCREDITED full page In the minds of everyone ee, Jr, of New ; activities following
have appeared in these pages luring the Christmas season should Brothers, L. Leviton of Tarrylown.NT. of the 80's. He was a partner itrubySternberg I undo on which tux certificates for

I during the year will be reprinted Unusually Large Number 30 "God, the home, and the Y., and B. Levlton of Fargo,, & Co. which business I 934 and prior years are outstand-

and the first three readers Of Entries Are Church" An Inspiring talk was Ja. ; and three sisters, Mrs Sarah now defunct, was probably ng. If these lands/ are not redeemU -

Identifying them correctly (or nade to the school boys by A J. Stacks of Dayton Ohio, bare J. the closest Starke ever came to 11 I i under the Act before June 9, ,

most nearly correctly) will be Displayed Thomas preceding the Levin, White Plains, N. Y.,, nnd real department store Unofficial title automatically becomes vested

TIa-J; Facts Are awarded as follows: I ion of the gift packages.presenta-I Mrs Victor Altschul of Suffolk,, logan: of this emporium was "ev I In the State of Florida and the
More 1st prizeA year's subscription Much interest Is being shown in ... _-.- Vu. .erything from the cradle to therave' unds will be sold! by trustees oftho r

Taken Into Consideration to the Telegraph and any the outdoor Christmas tree contest Funeral services were held Sunday and. living up to iU title, Internal Improvement Fund.

one of the following magazines: this year In which the City STORES WILL afternoon at two o'clock from it boasted everything from Infants : >wners lose nil right to redemp-

McCall's, Pictorial, Better Council is offering $15 In prizes CLOSE MONDAYThe he chapel of the DeWItt C Jones'uneial wear to an undertaking depart : lon In this case.

Homes & Gardens, or Woman s tor the most attractively decorated home with the Rev. L. A. ment. Later Mr. Truby became one I "I am afraid that some of our'operty

Eight public schools In Bradford Home Companion. entries. An unusually large majority of Starke business Shepherd officiating. Burial wasn jf SlurkM'a most successful growers I owners do not understand" ,
fulfill state educational requirements Six month's sub- Mon- specializing in he seriousness of the consequences d
County 2nd prize-- number of trees are being displayed houses will remained closed Crosby Lake Cemetery.Pall and shippers

and are on the list of I scription to the Telegraph and adding greatly to the holiday day, Dec. 26, since Christmas Day bearers were Joe Sistrunk, itrawberrles.. of not taking advantage of thllllaw

{those approved by the State Boardof I anyone of the above magazines, atmosphere about town. falls on Sunday this year. Marshal 3. Jacobs, Orle Wiggins, C. Lennon Including In last week's transaction ," Mr. Thomas said. "It Is a

Education as standard schools,, 3rd prize-Four months subscription Beautification Committeeof A. L, Alvarez was circulating a A. O. Andreu and J. M, Al- wax the house and property olden opportunity for the tuxpuyr '

Ms week by State Supt. Colin to the Telegraph and The Woman's Club and the Rotary petition late Wednesday 'afternoon /urez. running clear through from Cherryto to settle his delinquent, and :1

English I anyone of the above magazines. the of the contest and practically all merchants, with Mr. Leviton was a member of Church St. A small lot, on alao current taxes, at a fraction .

Schools which meet the minimum Watch for the full pane of Club, announced sponsors that ,T K. the exception of one or two grocers the Orthodox Jewish Church. which stood Mr. Trilby's small of- 01 their face value and I will be s

state requirements are as follows pictures next week and send I have Miss MIna: Manas- had agreed to the extra day's holi --. rice building and lying; north of the glad to explain Its operation to '
Brooker Elementary Brook- \ your answers In as early as pos- McClane, Jr. Matthews will Distribution portion sold, was retained and theoffire anyone who does not fully under-
E. L. Meal
('r Junior High, Hampton Elementary sible. so, and Mrs. They will probably day.The Monday closing Is not expected Is being converted Into a and !It," he concluded. '

Hampton Junior High, serve as judges. tour of to seriously Inconvenience Certified clients for commodi- mall bungalow to be occupied by
make un Inspection of '
Uwtey Elementary Lawtey Junior ------ night at which my housewives, since* most families Ire will receive a distribution Foe Truby. W. T. TURNER '
High, Starke Elementary, and ---Winter Begins the town Saturday to be entered in the i eat turkey "leftovers" for several :urn meal at the commodity/ wal'ehoulle A new roof la being put on and
I time all trees Starke Friday Dec. 23.
in before
will be made DIES
Starke High. after Christmas anyway other repairs
for several days
Although warmer than contest should be lighted. _. -
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Florida schools are accreditedon Mrs. Darby and family
the basis of reports from principals days in the past. Thursday Eight prizes for the best trees Given Away S. A. L. Cuts Kate heir new home around the firstf W T. Turner, 87, died Tuesday -
the official advent of King in the following Coats of hisughter
con- larked i iWinter. are being offered In Live Oak at the home
and superintendents has un- > January.
size of According to almanacs, I denominations: first prize $5: sec- Sixty-eight men's and women'sovercoats The Seaboard Railway Mrs.' Joe Dowling, where
cerning such matters as of a coach ------ -
classes and certification 7:14:; o'clock yesterday morning was ond prize $3, third prize $2, and urtlve here for distri- tounced the adoption to become I' he had been staying for the past
preparation the time for the sun to reach the five prizes of $1 each.flank bution Monday as the State Wel- ate of IVsC per mile Chief Issues Warning uveral weeks
recede of Jan-
of teachers, permanent during the month
southernmost point on its annual ., fare Board Christmas gift to a effective Alvarezyesterday He native of Georgia buthad
fire meetings, I LI .-- Traffic Chief of Police A. L. was n
drills faculty
C. E. Bell, Passenger
and journey, prior to beginning a slow selected list of WPA clients In jory. said Issued a warning that lived l In this county for the
supervision of playground the Seaboard
school examination return: march. This phenomenon Pays DividendFalling this county. The coats, the majority Manager he[ shooting of firecrackers/ on the pallt twenty-five or thirty years.
| bus loading physical a 23 percent
this represents
the that
of pupils, library books larks the official beginning scientistshe of In with the spirit of for men, were of good quality lecrease from the present rate of city streets Is a violation of the fore! coming here he also lived
enter season. Called by Bank at and attractive appearance. The I stated that per- lor some time In Lake City.
allotment Florida will law sail anyone i
available for each classroom, Christmas, the mile. The rates go
fundsfor "winter solstice, yesterday dividend of lucky ones to whom they were presented per tariffs sting' In this practice will be subnet Besides his widow, Mrs. Mary
district its first
of county or Starke paid effect as- soon as new
of the nto
cleanliness was also the shortest day stockholders as of were choseri by the state) to u Turner he is survived by four sons,
library books, and percent to be complied. fine
that wewill one can
Weathermen predict office. of New J.
of and lavatories year. welfare - --- Loan J. Turner River
classrooms, corridors, Dl'c.21. r'
More than' 100 facts are have a mild Christmas. -- -- I II 0. Turner of Macon. Ga.. R. V.Turner .

of Starke, and Wm. Turner -
reported concerning teachers, DICKENS J I of Cordele, Ga.; and twoaughters
buildings, equipment, and administratIon t
of the school.Recommendations I "A CHRISTMAS Mrs. Mamie Britt of ,
acksonvlllu, and Mrs. Ola Rut-
for school Improvements --'" .. I i
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based upon the annual : I_ t | l ledge of Brnoksvllle.Funeral 1 :
services were held Wednesday ,
reports and visits to the schools
I I < afternoon at four o'clock !
we made annually by the state department I ,
I N | from the> Wilson Funeral Home In j

Lake City, and burial was in the .

j cemetery there. Dr. Halatead, pusI I

Leaston Tyler t I tor of the Lake City Baptist

Lenston Tyler, 17-year-old son I 1- Church, officiated.
of Mr and Mrs. Willie Tyler of Li1 Pall bearers were A. O. Andreu 1

Breaker, died Thursday, Dec 13, A J. Thomas, E. W. Hayes, Free-

"> St Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville man Register. K K. Perrymun.

where he had been confinedfor and C A Knight. Ii
i. ,
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several days He was a pop- r

War boy and had been a faithful %4 Get Essay Prizes l'

*mboi of the Brooker Missionary
Velma Norman and Ida Lola
Baptist Church for several years. r r' '4
Is t { Davis i I ii, H. S. students, won first i
Besides his the youth \
parents and second prizes of 13 and $3 respectively ,
wrvtved by four sisters Mrs. Eva ... .
--- ------- -- for Bradford County In
somas andes .. I
of Lake Butler, --
!rt .. to his dreary home, For the knocker has ceased to be a ''an I essay contest on the subject
and Betty Scrooge then goes
Tommy, Connie I .. Scrooge's; nephew, Fred wishes him a the same In which knocker It has turned into a human head. of "What Sugar Production Means .
TYler all of Brooker; five broth- It is Christmas Eve and the anew-filled In Merry Christmas. "Humbug!" shouts his rooms being Old Marley very, lived before he And what a head) Diurnal, jaundiced, with to Florida." The awards were '
Sri rata of PaIaIIA with people. when the his partner, forehead!! The
merry Its
and ghostly
Tyler are Fred packing
Bryant I streets sends The spectacles upon
London of the Scrooge; died full seven Christmas Eves ago. made by the United States Sugar
Lex Tyler of Pompano, and his counting house sits Old Scrooge latter mentions that he hopes to marry throws Its wavering, dull persistence of Its eyes makes Scrooge v
Marley Is candle be lights Corporation. Third prize of $2
and Marley. when he can affordto. the head at once. "MARLEYhe .
Brooker. Bees recognize
and of of Scrooge sweetheart, brass
Henry Tyler firm for his on the great
has been flickering gleam for this county was won by Mar-
doornail hiskindliness' he stares, the head
Funeral) held at dead and dead as a Scrooge then displays the door. And cries--- even as
services were Is alivemhrht knocker hanging on
that Scrooge Bob Cratchlt Jorle Thompson, student In the
man To say his clerk at the becomes a knocker again.
after- to glance
Cemetery Saturday seven too much, for he has long by bill goodwill Scrooge; happening Continued on Page Six) Lawtey Junior High.5rubfnrb .
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saying expressed
be thus .
loon of Having routed in his tracks. .
with the Rev Mr. Norris I from his heart all human tor his lonely dinner. knocker, is
.a&.rosse, officiating. IntermentIn since frozen kindness. ward mankind, goes
In Dedan Cemetery. I

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KKOOKEK at Antioch Come t.'ry DOUBLE RUNMrs. \to ':: I f I 111.- to ."'4.49AIOI by ..rtrleat. No 403 of 1934 and I 1<. 2. 191

'l AI. (:0.:9.: ': .11 lilt -k .1.. I HEVi ..( NIS'4 Kit ri'fin. .nt, lax,> for the years I II llitimg.IL''r ,

: Allan Vera Gatney, Cor. Mrs. Davis Iw resting as well .IB W. A. Tyler, Cor. Ingnton' Truby'c &"<""" 1.1. ,- NK I Cm A I 10*. Iliind Ho' < I U:13; tc I IBilll: both InrlUHlve. amountIIIK I .. ,

: could be expected at the home of div In NI '4 ol,l M10V4' )1.-\' :!K '('p 1 16 I III.| AS H .!12 I;. tout,,liming t 10 ':!- .19. The u.'I, .41

i' ; 6 8 It I K, 3 12!! ', moriless.. ALHO. E% of snv; of swy arty i
Hrookor VII. Keystone! her mother on the China Tung Oil Clarence Jones. of Baker County The I la"2 to In- Hold arc cvlilencertl The taxet to tit Hold .r" evidencedby 8..,' 3 Tp.. H. 11 :22 M.. containing was unI i",, ,' I''

PACK 8F 1 1i' Grove. After the funeral Mrs. Bar, l ciirtiriralo NI. 2.18: and 1152 of crt Inmate NIIH, 954 of I 1933, amid 20 Acres more or leaf the asa',.,IM,,, ," "I
the und (town "
Both girls' boys' is with his uncle and \ '
staying "
unpaid taxes for the Time taxes to lia sold are evidenced under ,
field and Mrs. Hargraves presentedMrs. 1027 and 1D33 rospectUely, and represent | represent y.ar. M"hl) I i , I I
.. basket ball teams played against aunt Mr. and Mrs. A. .1. Bryant unpaid taxes for the years 11132 to I(Ill I ). both Inlu"lve. uinounthitf hy eertrl..al.. NOD. Sits!> and 450 of In the mini,, ," .I I I"I" ,, 1"t"

the Keystone town teams on the Davis with a Sunshine Bag We are sorry to report that 11)26) to Ii3'.l.! both Inclusive. amountIng to '83.CO.ALHO 11131 r"Np"rlvely. and represent Unless .1,, 10, "d"I, ,
from the Club. to tl 194.08. All KW'4 of HW14 K o'Public unpaid lax.. the years a, ,
homo court Saturday nIght. December The next of the Club Clarence Moore Is In the hospital Hnld' lax certificates together with I Iliuid, Exi-ept About 5 11:1: 1 111:19>:
: 10. Both Brooker teams meeting because of Illness. nil subsequent omitted or Levied Ai..,I-I-B In HI-J Cor All NW' urMW' IIK $49.10. t h', I"gl,, tlI
., will be held at the home of Mrs. taxes will he old to the highestlldder H of Itoiul, I l won. The girls' score was a vieS Hec. a Tp 78. K. tt K.. containing I I II
Miss Edna Tyletof Saxton at the Courthouso 1 door In II I A on West SllloSec. n Ih,' M""h" '

: tory of 28 to 33 and the boys 6 to Hargraves. Miss Bessie Tyler re Stnrkii cm the nth., day of January Cur'. 6 rl. U 21! K., con' 10 Acres. more or IHHM.The which I. tim", .''"" d, ,I N"I:,
was visiting 11139 al 11:110 I : ,','hu'k A. M.Duteil taining1; Acres, more or I lens. I taxes to he BOM are evidencedby A. D. 19311. 'I' I

28. Personals. cently. t his the 17th, day of Hecemlier ,- ''h. taxes tn b.Hold am evidenced ,'"rlfl..all NOB 3449 and 1300 of hmiei 'tub. 2'.I", on",

Saturday afternoon, December 1838 by certificate NOR. 21>D and 9RS of 11131 Ild, 13 rvNpnctlvely and represent her A. D. 101.. ",
Mrs. Ethel Hough who has been (ItF.'W'lAT.( .) 1931 and 1H33: respectively, and represent n taxes for the year. (O"l"fl'lAl. ;"i..t I ,

IT our teams went to Keystone to very ill at the home of her par- BANS HUM FLAVORINGMIAMI. rIOlAS. unpaid' taxes for I the years 1IIUO to i9io:!!). both Inclusive amount- A..I '1'1'' '

FCO meet them on their own court. At .- -As ertlng that rum. Cleik 'Ir.ul Court ot 1930 to 19311: both Inclusive, amountin IIi to 138.77ALHO ('i(.. i, .I ''I,
ents In High Springs, has returnedto Bradford Florida.. \ If to 1244.SO.ALSO : WV4 of NWV4 of SWli ItrtiIru, ,
? the end of the girls' game the score her home In Brooker. She is or other alcoholic beverage flavored 12-23-31-1-6. Sec. 4 Tp 78. II. 22 E. ...ontalnI 1alt'd" .
: All NWVi of SEW U of
was an 18 to 18 tie. Upon playingoff Ice cream would tend to cultivate : Acres more or I less.
still convalescing.Mrs. : Canal Hen. 20 Tp. 8 R I. 22 E., to lie sold are evidenced

Byf''' the tie Keystone was victorious a taste for such beveragesIn NOTII IS NOTI'J I I : GIVEN to ..ontalnlnl 7 Acre, or less. hv : ,'. .. NOB. 291 and 452 of !O'I'I l \ot::i.t 'I'IO..n"I.c. .
G. B. Colson. Mrs. Fred evidenced, nit I : :
nil of the J. V.J'm. to he Hold are 192H 1H34 ; :
of 18 to 19. The Innocent Dr. George N. .relltor 1'.lat."or r..p."Uv.ly. represent -
score children anI
( : k by a Hazen, Mrs. G. E. McGauley Mrs. ... d..d. to file your claims by certificate NOH 009( and 10H5 of unpaid: taxes for U, years ;r rl.II, ':! S. mi',

HOME! t : Brooker boys were again victorious Robert and Miss Lou- MacDonald public health director attains! the Estate with R. K. fer 1833 and 14433 respectively and represent 12 to 1H31I. both Incluxlve, amount-. I)..H "KnYgh'r,' :,,! ,!,

; by a score of 15: to 25. The Hargraves. placed a ban on sale of the newly ryman. (County Judge, within eight I unpaid taxes for the years Inl to '4.81 holders ,of 'l'., "i ,'?'
bedia Pinholater formed, a party n""lh. from the date hereof" or the 1U.11 to lfiil: >, both inclusive amountIng I : NRi I '<4 of NRV.ICHH ed i I. i 1\ ., I ,II
f Brooker players In the last game marketed rum flavored ice cream will be barred statute orI.lmlalon"l to J71.60 i"I' \"rn : r..Hlw1
name by
' 4 N10 ror Sr K i 7, .
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of P.-T. A. ladles who Monday 1931. |1".1| 1
. Girls Jo Ella Es- spent the and all debtorn, to pay ALSO: Begin nt NW Car of of ,'. 5 22 1M ,I""
were: Barry, In city. NK'.i: l" Tp 7 8. U I Id., 195! "" ,-. \,,i II'
r afternoon In Gainesville.C. A Walnut Hts. A Hun \V "
I.x..ulrlx. 1',1 6Q Acres, more or July i
r telle, Molt Myrtlce Crosby Marine "nl..lllng :s. |1'1 i i i L '
Agree; ; ETHKL JONES, 1.lrl". St.. 149 ft., 2 In., to aI'ilnt 1 7. 1 1933 -
Crosby. Muriel Lee Sapp and Mal- J. Crews has retired from i\-rifK TO riiKiirron 12-2-41-12-23. of Beg. Then.e N 105 ft. Th.I'H" taxes to he .011 ",'e evidenced 4, 1 4)27) hn\i j t til., I ,"|. i '1'J<,
and each, ot are hereby W 16 H. Ion ft., K. 16 ft. to
his business In Brooker. You you C., hy 455 of and have n'
5'I zee HowarBoys\ -Bob and grocery notified and l required to file any l\ 'IU: X 11 MK 01' TIIM: HTATH OKI'l.Oltm heir m..k t 17. Original Town e.rtfl'al., 'Ud 11.1. .q ,.1] ,
Hi21 and deed to ,be ,
and will devote his time to farm- r..p..tv@ly. represent IKHI'" "| j "Ii
t 'b '* Gene Long, Artford Brown Harry claim nnd demands which you, or 11 or .stalks In NKVi. of 8\V"i Sec. unpaid the t tirlCBtCM "IS ',
T and his mother either of you. may have against theeNtate It appearing by affidavit CI..d InIh"t 2H ''V. 6 H.' It. 22 N. year |1't'I.
ing. Harry Sapp 1920
lo Id hoth
Lee 111. amounting ili I
Sapp and Albert Crosby.Our In"lu.lv. 1,1 I" d i .
lyhome of t Arthur M. l'nrhv deceased ( certain cause In Circuit l'D.rl.Ir..drord The taxes lo be mild. are, evidenced, I ,.
lo '
1 icbaraxtF* teams expect to meet Key- have purchasel the store and will late of Bradford County Florida, County, Florida. In (Chan by certificate. NOH. 4011. 1078 and 169 i I ALHO$15250.: I 1C of HE ', Sec Tp. 7 Florida; tu-,> ,,."i,iiKald I Hi, ,i i ,. '

[far too stone again on the Brooker Court conduct a good grocery right on. County with the.Florida County at Judge his' office of Bradford In the I .ntled, Ralph l Rtta H. R. Hlhom. and of 1932 represent 1933 and unpaid lots: r.MI'lv..ly. H H. 22 I-,]., conlalnll" 80 I.Acres, (''111., .

i tillered Saturday night.; December 31. We wish them success. Courthouse at Starke Florida, within I fendanl:, and the relief prayed for yearn 1931 to 111.19., both inclusive i iamoull"J more taxes or lce.'l'he to..be sold are evidencedby hr.eeH"" NOII QM i, ., ., ., m.
I r
thedale nivorce that the
f Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hargraves eight calendar months from being ; to 145.93. certificate No. 404 nf 19.14, andrepreBent Quarter ,s.f c, ,,, ,, ,
i> Impoi "
i ity renldent
of this of state
) of the first publication n a or Country 1.0: Ex., Knxt 60 Section ,, ,
to put;,! Brooker I'-T. A. and children and Miss Martha notice. Each claim or demand must oilier than the State of Florida to- ft. part of Lets.> ii & 8 of 1933 to unpaid both taxes IncluHlve for ,the amountIng years Range 22 I ICn-i T,"w rt'
be In writing and must state thepiare wit: 39 North Portage Pllh. Akron Hlk. ID Original I Town of Starke, 1931. II
4- Brooker P.-T. A. met Thursday Evelyn Markey were recent visitors ; to ( Acres, inn I re 1,1 I i I.
.. .
and office Ohio, and that there no >" .
ertiofr : of residence post 1''IonIn In NK 4 nf SWVi S. 28 Tp. Said ,
. ,, afternoon Dec. 15 at the school In Gainesville.Mrs. address of the claimant and mustIe the State of Florid. service of H It. 22 E., ( Tp.ALSO 7 S: SW'. K of, NEo i s"". 40 9 braces All Certlfl Nm" ihw.t,,i. ', 1..

ed house. Many constructive things sworn to by the claimant, hlHaM'.lIt summons u*>on .. fiernonallv The taxes to be Hold are evidencedby Acres 2 cuntalnln8 Southwest ''I n|
R niaxu) left more Quart ,
Green i
Mary recentlyto willbecome bind the said defendant .
or attorney or the same ; NOH 412 and 1078 of lie Itoarl l IV.r I'Ub-
!'< Home! were accomplished. I spend a while In Wllllston with void according to law. IT IS ORDERED. that the defendant 1932 Ind.IICI'.I.19; re"'lv.ly. and represent i hy The certificate taxes to No.he Bold 1897 are of .vll..n",1, Houth. Rango Sec tlin 22,, .1j I t'J 'h,) I
A. T>. Ralph H. Hlllbom (
of December ,
15th day the tig.
< E Reports from various commit- her son Pitt Pinkston.H. This appear unl..ld yearn unpaid taxes for the Ing I Acre, in.i.,, "
r Florid. | f 1B3*. 'to the bill of complaint on the 8th 1931 of ), Inclusive, amounting r..pr..lt. 1933 Said Certlfli.iti, .,
to 1939. both ,
L' several I- 4 tees were received and approved. B. Crosby and son Richard IDA L. DARBV. day of I-.bruary. 19.19, otherwisea to $481.91.ALSO y..r. to $43.98. Ine.slve. braces Lotw c. m.

thodL j ; The treasury was found to be Ina Lee. left last week for Greensbol'o.whl're As Arthur Administratrix M. Haiby. nf deceased.the Estateof against decree hIm pro cnnfesno for his will faflure be entered to appear Stun : Uk. 8 CO'H, 7. 8.Addition 8 Living tn I alounllnK: N nf NEW of NWVi Temples of, NW Adillli, ,i.,,,,, i., 'IS.

I cf the J t : healthy state.Therefore his wife Is 111 at the home 23t":931::; : publication on December ; that thin order be publishedonce .. Truby' of NISVi Sec. I A 10 HWI S.of SW'. 15.of. containing NE880.. rm, West ,of, A,u t| ; \ ',, ofM'iof
a w..k for four Tn. tt U. 9Q Iff. 2 .' ..
? .on.e..utve of '
Ubll8li $35 was voted to be of her parents Mr. and Mrs. I 12-23-41-1-13. w.ek. In the Bradford The -Hold are evidencedhv I 30 Acres, more I.. 28 (\' 11, .1 i \ c. )lull"

|. In the n spent for books for the Library Pritchard.We graph, newspaper of. general circulation 'ai..j.'tb 470 and 105 of by The certificate taxes to he NOH.Bold are ..vl".n".d East. r" 'I .
!NOTIO OK '" \1..1 0. '.'.*\ published In ItrailfordCim I 1930 and 1933 464
,..r.ctpeaj f project which.the P.-T.. A. .is spon- are sorry to report that Mrs. ('.:"'I'II"U'\.:" nt y, Florida.Wltncsn unpaid r..pectv.ly.the and yearn represent 1931 and 1934 re"pe..tvery, and represent Said I i-i'c'III.I ,,. 'n'

| convenle 4' soring. This is the beginning ol a !NOTICE: 18 HKHKHY: liVEN that my hand and, official neal 1929 to 1939, both inclusive. amount- unpaid the years braces I.", i i ,i nAddition ,
L. L. Parker Is III at this writing.She 1930 ,, ,
| bouaewtJcorreipif Frank Thomas has filed with me of Maid ('oOr't this 14th day of De log tn 109.39. to 1939 both Ineu.lve. amount- t tn ;ntui i 'I:

much needed service. A committee is now at Gainesville with written request that the tax cer.tlfcaten ...ml.r. A. 1) 193S.OFFICIAL ALSO: Lot 0 of Elk 14 Livingston log to $75.52.ALSO Township East.Ha. i I! '.,,,I ,

( S WitS appointed to secure books. friends. We wish her a speedy re together with all subsequentmilled ( SEA Cos Add. totarit Sec 10 :Tp.SKVi 7 H.of H.8\V4 22 of 13. NKVi contalnltiK : dl Cm" t 131.i ..n". vbraces I
buslr"An or levied. taxes. held by the A. J. THOMAS I .
$ In'hW\ of
NKVi See 28
er, % Mrs. Robert Hargraves is chair- 10 Acres, IPBB. Lotn' l I ii I
covery.Mr. State be advertised and Hold tn theilKhest Clerk of l..ul ( OO.t., Tp. A S. R.The more or ,., ,II i
I' 'ke ,,,
It decided bidder for cash provided Bradford Florida. The taxes to be Hold are evld..d A'III.i i .
a man. was to replenish taxes. to be Hold' lire evidencedbv !
of Ill
and Mrs. U. 'V. Brannen h., t VslIctlni
bv certificate
by Chapter 18298 of the 1937 acts of 12-in-lt-l-U ,. f 10 and 1405( of MI' i. x W
NOH. 422 and IInil of
i the first aid chest so $2.75 was up- .rICI..I. 19.11 and, 1I33!) and T. u i iItantre I.
and daughter Pauline of Lake the I"KI."I re, upon the following 19.12 : and represent r..I..lv..I: represent 232 ; Hast
tlon : plied there. To aid the music department d.'lh.,1 1..1 estate In the County !\OTICI! Ol' Stl.J.) OK 'ri% tiniiil'| Butler were visiting her parents y"r. 1)30! : to I 19.19: both amountIn i i
6 : -
of State of to- KIITIKK'VrKitNOTICE : I
['did aysI $10 was voted for a Bradford 101'11. 18 1931 to 103(1: ( both Inlu.lv. umount- t tn |:ii)77Said ) In..Mlvl. 21TI.: ."h,,',"ll.' I IPeeks < ,
4i: Mr. and Mi-s. H. P. Galney Thursday : InK tn J22.40.ALSO .
I businesi radio. Santa Claus wi F). R. tax certificated, ,together with "hili I i. ,n, : I
$10 'KVi N. L.
4 was given of & of of Knight & Knight havefil.d "
S afternoon. IFh S. fWI. ( ): l.otn B, 6. 7. R, 9. 10 till 1 NW'/, of ', \
omitted I Levied
wltl 10 him to Brooker 8KI/I' & \ s'. r Sec with me written request that 11 of Rlk 1 II!) Livingston II
cll* help get the 1 Trubv taxes will lie. Bold: I' : Slr..I. Sl l i..i"n
:.1(1 S. H. 20 E. containing the tax with tn highest I
( Tp "rUCI..t. .
Miss Mary Mott spent last weekend I together CO'H Add to Starke WVi of ,
and thai school this year. Committees wereappointed i I 180 Acres imiror lessThe all I 1 ..0I.\u."t\ omitted. I t or levied N UK' S..C. 28 Tp. 8 8. 22 12. Milder nt t the. Court hnu.. door, In Inulh. lu"'I"' "' L I .
; in Hague as the guest of Mr. he evidencedly bv the state be ndvertln- I. H'"ke, on ,the 4th., day of < I t tertv po
moil taxes to are lax. llnll..ry. .
[ Ing to attend to all these Molr h.. The taxes to he Hold evidenced undi-r .I ilil. <
lil! : nt I II I :,
:00 o'clock
'd : A. M
W and Mrs. ; Nos. acid 44 of 1929 to the highest bidder 'I
Warren Mott.
"rICh'"I. In.1 by certificate NOH 4X5 and, I 11 1111 nf was t In ,
ttt their thin I M"i 'in \ ,
\ j jre 1 things. mil I : t reptesent, unpaid taxes for ..1 an prntided by Chapter tOll' and( 193.1 respectively,. and rep-. 1111.,1: the 15lh., day of De man; .thi- ,i -i, i", v"

| .ourc Jnent ? The P.-T. A. went on record Miss Mary :Mott attended the for the yearn 192H to 1 19.19, both Inclusive 1821H the 1937 acts of the Legln- I resent unpaid taxes for (the yearn' <(."h.r. 018.OI"I"'IAI.:, SKALA > property' undi,, I, i s, ,H I I\

4 wpddlng of Miss Edna: Lewis and nmntintlliK i trt $29903.AI liLt II re, upon I the following described 19:10: to I : both inclusive amountIng ) was I In,, I ih ,n, ,
JI. .,. !
as being gratified Indeed to the I BVn "f NVVl of SW real, estate In I thu County of Bradford to THOMAS. I thi, ,

|JI nly w1 County Board of Public Instruction Mr. Bishop Thomas at Rising Sc...1,0' Tp. 7 8. U. .20 E., 20) State of "'lnrlI., lo-wl: I ,)$: Hikfl 20, 21, ('li>rk of. Circuit, Court of property'r..mln.' inuli a i i i d i illtfi .,
J k Acres, lesn SWV of SW4 I Tp.G 2. 1.lvlnA.tn. Tlr.oCo.1 County 4 l-'lorlda.. ,
Cn' I In
de Sunday afternoon, n" 0' H".I.n 31 Truby & was I i i iSlstrunk I,
for the many things it has The taxi-s to be sold are ..vll..n..dhy 44. H 21 E, .onlallll/ "lark.. In Wli of A'ldll.n. 28 II.: thi' .I.i t,
) done Mrs. Sorchle. BaIrd was a dinnerjtuf'at certificate' NIIH. A"ires, '" or I.H". I \ ,
'he for Brooker this year. 1 1' H. K. 22 I':., property i < d i \
: f
l" 11 un.1
j 1932 and 19:18: and represent The tnxen to be are The taxes to he Hold .. Olll.:1 11.1' \TION "AM ii 4110) WUS I ,
i : at the home of Mr. and! r..I..tv..ly. 01 .v.l.n.1 are .vll..n"1hy .I..J .'.1 11 it I i II
:pre.ent A committee was also appointedto unpaid the yearn I by <.erICI..e NOH 1 2 1 certificate NOB. 476 and To llnniK.; tina a--- .

: meet with the County Nurse Mrs. Leland Brown on Sunday. I 111.11 ,. 1 M9: both Inclusive, amountIng lil.to! ald : respectively' ami, represent I 19,10 and 19J.1. r..I..l v.ly. am! reprenent P-achracIt henry If 'rl@d"an nn<1 and If Ioh..rt property uudi, i i t
: unpaid taxes d.ad
tn 1212:1.At.StJ For the IvlnJ. ,
yearn unpaid the !) was In i lii)
once a month at the regular timeof Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch and : NlI nf NKH: of SWHSec IMJ'i' tn liil'.i: both Inclusive' amountIng 1929 tn I I9tu: both inclusive. amountIniT v@ar.- Bald h.lr. d"'I.e". ., all irrnnteeH or K..kll..r.. ami, i !i.

tIoi I meeting in Starke for consideration small son. Gene celebrated thetatter's 1 H. I. 21 K., 10 to (124.14ALHO to 170.BO. "er..nl.. and ni I I partle. claim- 'in' aCertificate 1
I Acres, more or less.Thern : N\V"', of PRiJ. Sec. 13 Inl Inl..re.l. Int@r said Henry ,. '
ALSO: 5. 4. fi, 8, 7. R, 9, .
? : of health work. third birthday on Saturday lIX.H to be sold, are .vl.I.n..1 Tp. 8 S. It. 21 I R, containing 40Acres 10, It I I. 12 I.ot.of Plk 24 LivIngston {'rlel"a".... and t.ehr".h. de- of C. L. & rl I. I'.
or ",
I by, .. Non. 28 and 334 nt more lesn.The olh.rwl. aUI the Unless ,
: The regular date for the next at the L. A. Brown home. A love- .rln..a' ". Trulf & ( Add. to Ktarke In property hereinafter. ,doHcribed: -
1925 : and tflxen to sold evidencedbv ,,
r..I.lv"ly. represent are N1SV Sec. 28 8 S. H.I redeemed' m."ullpropcrtlen >
'1" You and l each of
P.-T. A will be ly birthday cake with candles was you are hereby
S meeting Monday, unpaid x.. the years certificate Nos I 115 and 3K2 of 23 R.The notified, that II. 11 d.c. i ,il 1 I

Jan. 2. All are invited to comeS the center of attraction. 1124 tn 1111, both h"luMlve. amounting 1U.12! : and 1933 r""II''lv.ly. and rep I taxen to be .01 are evidenced filed his sworn Hill Whlteheatl of Complaint boa sold to I Ih,'. hlK),.

and help a real live group of Interested Miss Juanita McKenzie and her tn $92.30.Ar.so! : Kin.' of NWl, of NEW r..nt 1911 to unpaid I 19.19: both Inclusive. the amountIng yearn- I bv 1930 certlflcnte and 1 l93t! : :! 41 Ind and 1120' of- against KlKhth Juillclal vriu, an .1"C.I.I.nt., In I ho day Court-housi'In the Mi d.I'."<,',' J 1
circuit Court
;, parents and teachers.SeiIng mother Mrs. Baird( will spend the Kx., .4 Acres & I of 8\V", ofNKS I to 1114.110.ALSfl> ,unpaid, r..I".lv..ly.' the represent for Bradford In al,1 which i. the Ji:,,,0 l ,
Sec. 10 Tp S. R. K.. : NW" of NWU of SBVi8ec. y."r. County 1'10111., In A. l n. 193S
b au holidays at Fort Pierce with rela- 2 1929 to 19.19, both In I"lv. amounting Chancery, for the foreclosing -
contalnlnic 38 Acres, or 25 TI. 5 S. R 22 R: containing tn $ < that certain tinted .this, I i

patter" t"| r Club tives. less. Acres more or I.M. Ar. 40.3.: I. 2, 13, 1 14 rtllc 24. A. M. Ray and wife mortKafre to Paul from A. !I 1A3H
'tamid ? I 'taxes tn sold evidenced. The taxes to be sold evidenced Irolher. :.\ I i
are are
I The American Mr. and Mrs. H. Morgan will Livingston Truby Ad.I. Inc In IO"'j'ICI\
f fvxali Sewing Club wag go 10'
.. re..oroed
l hv certificate. So. 105. 3AS, and 89of by .rIC..a'. N. 285 and 7US of tn In Sue. 2,Tp. 8 S Book 6 on 155 of l'nrlKaR' I TIIUXI
*i. supposed to have met at the home lo Williston to be with the Elston 1132! Itt.l.l and lil.17 r""I'lv.ly. 1932 Ind .! r..I.e.lvely. and, represent 22 "arke... I. HecordH of P"I" County encumbering Clerk .i iBrndfnrd .

.t)*rt ,of! ;r of Mrs. Barfield but the meetingwas I family for Christmas. and represent the lax.. imiuild' the yearn The taxes to be Hold are evidenced, the ..1.1 : deacrlhed i Ida
the 1931 to 1 :) both 1931 I tn I'rjT. hot i Inclusive, amounting r"Uowlnl 11'01-1 12-2-61-12-30
11h1 bv
y.nr. 11:19. certificate '
Incu.Hlv@ NOB. 478 and SH2 of erty :
jiTuMy ttt
Many family gatherings be- I
are to .
postponed because of the amounting tn 8.13.98.Al.S 19.10 and 1934, and NMi. and 814 of S5'. of Sec.
'*i4rnes' : S death of the little new born babe I ing planned for Brooker homes Al.ffO: K.j of NKH nf NKVi (0: 1\1 nf N'VII, of SK'i' unpaid r..HI..tv.ly., the yearn represent 21: NEt%.. NVj of SEV NW of 1 O.I..J.' OK .\ ll'llllni i
01'r \ x IIKI.II: :
Sec I II I Tp. 5 S n. 21 E. containing Sec. 25 S. E.'
.5 R 192!) to tun! both inclusive, amnunt- SWV,, S'', t % aid l the WUj'
of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Davis. All during the holidays. wt.N 20 Acres, more or leHH.The I.lnlnl 10 acres, mol' or I.... limit to $82 AD. I of the of SW4.! of Sec. .

tt' members of the club attended the I Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Mrs. Wll- taxes to be sold are evidencedby lhe .. to be are evidenced I A[.Si I'' Lot I" 3, 4 of Elk I Tem- 21: SVi, 8t(, of NKVi' H4 of S. K. Sparks.j I is HI-HI-HV hnll'r, : T
Now 79 and 28.1 or 1932: NOH. 2lit) and 788 of i
lena Stewart Mrs. R. Lewis and .rICI..le rt:3'; I plea Add. tn Starke Sec. 28 Tp. I NWVi. of Sec. 22; all In Township '
: funeral services which held i-nte No. 1375, Issued Ii i datAuglmat
r' were ,' and respectively and represent fI: and respectively, and rep I I 6 8. H. 22 K.' 7 South Range 22 East In ,
Mrs. Sorchie Baird shopped in unpaid. taxes for the years 1931 to unpaid taxes for the years The taxes to be Hold are Bradford County Florida; office I. U !I: N,

Slarke Saturday. I $17.98 1139 both Indu.lve. amounting to lOll tn'n $33.98.i'39. both In'lu.lve. amountIng bv certificate NOH. 505 and fvld..n",1 1179 nf And It appearlnJ by Bald BUI or In my for a tax ald rli(hl'I ;ppliltlon 14"

1130 and 1931 residences or '
Those good old butchering days ALSO! : W4! of NWV Sec. 1 ALSO: SWVi of NI of SEVi i unpaid 1''I..ctlv.ly. and represent said parties are unknown Ih. and that thereon. aid.- -M" i ,nI
MORE the
THAN 1000 I Tp. 5 8. U 21 K. containing S. 2i Tp 5 S. R. 22. E.. containing yearn each I the following dee. i 11
rif are here and several neighbors 1929 to 19.19, both Inclusive amount- I you are over the age of 21 the County of ItFlorida
BARGAINS OFFERED A're. more or lesH. 10 A"re. more or 18H. I Inic to $171.4S.ALSO' yearn IT IS TIlEUEl'HON ORbiOltlOB 1..1
helped G. B. Colson one day last The taxes to be wold are .evidenced The taxes tA be sold are evidenced, IotH 1 that you to the Bill lowlt.SJfl'"wror'it
: I. 2 nf Elk 2 Templen appear ,
I bv certificate No,. 80 and 285 of bv ,.. 134 and 787 of t, Hid .14 :;
AT THE week. Twelve porkers were c..rlf"a No. Addition tn Mt.rke. R.c. Ilh.r.ln the Rule Day In January ) A. i ,' :
dressed. 1932 and 1933 re.peelv.ly. and represent 1928 r..pa..lvely. and r.pre..nl Tp. 6 8. R. 22 E., 2 lo-wl: January 2, 1939, and that & N .. '
unpaid the yearn unpaid laxe. the years The taxes In he sold Maid Bll ,'
are th.reaC..r an.w.r 1 I'W ,
4 : StarWorkingmen's Mrs. Vivian Parker has returned 1931 to 19.1't! both Inclusive amounting f 1927 to VM1, both Intu.ln. amountIng hv certificate NOH. 508 .vld.nc.r I of or file other plead- al Section,,, :"l'i, ,:.
tn $213.74ALSO tn $i8.2lALSO lag therein a. required Ir..n'h.
1930 and 19.13 and by law ,' .
home after several days in I : NI Ior NE'4 Sec. 13 : of NEVJ of NWVJ re.p..tvely.the represent otherwise deciee pro confen will The PT

Store Gainesville where she was Ill. Tp. 5 8. 11. 21 K. ..onl.lnll8 40 Sec. 27 : 8. R. 22 E.. con- 192 to unla.1 1139. amounting yearn- be against you ; ertv under a..e"Hm..nl the said it ala
Acren more or lesn.The tubing @ more lenn. InCu.lve. AND 1 IS FL'HTIIKK
nr tn $ 04. ORDERED M
: ; Blled In th(' '
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Markey and I was nan.redeemed :
taxes be sold The taxes be Hold I ll :3 that
S to are .vld.n..ed are evidenced ALSO: I.otn 4, of Blk 2 Tern- order be published once 1TnleH" said ...u"rill
YOU WILL HE PLEASED Martha Evelyn were shoppers In by certificate NOH. 81 and 268 of by certificate No. 815 of 193.1 and Addition" to I Starke H.... 28 each for four consecutiveweekn I.rlfl'
: Starke last 1932 and 1933 respectively and represent represent unpaid taxes for the y.ar. 8 8. U. 22 E., prior to January 2, 1939, In property a"cnr.I,1, I ih |

,. WITH GOOD FRESHMERCHANDISE Friday. unpaid taxen for the year I 1932 to 1919. both Inclusive' amounting The taxes to h Hold are evidenced the Bradford County Telegraph a sold, to the.higher' i I tit,!, ii I
\ 1031 to 1939, both Inclusive, amount' tn $31.57.ALSO bv certificate Non.. 607 and list of newspaper of general circulation In court house dour oit I 4. Vi

log tn $8881 : E<4 llf' SW", of NWli 1910 nnd 1933 and Bald County. day In I the month ,.1 '1'. 1)1)
LONG BRIDGE A : W\ of SEV1 Sec. 21 '1. WUj of $ of NWVi Sec. 10 unpaid, respectively taxes for I the represent WITNFSI MY HAND AND TUB which l la the hal WE OFFER AT SAVING 7 S. It. K, containing Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E.: conlalnln.40Acres 1929 to 1131, both inclusive yearn s I Court, thin Int day 1939.
Miss amounting -
Bonnie It. Turner Cor.
Acres, more or lenH. more or I.." tn $194 i 25. of D.c.mh.r. 1938. Dated thin I Is' .1"' S tI'

PRICES INMen's The taxes to tie Hold are evidenced The taxen to he Hold are evidenced AF.SO: T.ol. I I. 2 of Prac'l Klk (OFFICIAL SEAL) 1!>3H.
by certificate' NOB. 189 of 19.11. 604 hv certlflcnte( Non. 273 and 918 of 8 Temples. Addition tn Starke A. J. TJOlfAB. (OFFICIAL BBAI.i
Mrs. C. C. Butler and daughter nf 1913, 181 of 1934 a"d4 of 1914 19.11 and 11)33) and At Court.
reM".lv..ly. represent S. 28 Tp. 8 8. K 22 K., ..Id A. J. THll.M'.
Women's and Vera were visitors to Jacksonville and represent unpaid taxes for theyearn unpaid the yearn, The taxes tn be nnld are evidenced !226t1230.MITMTI. Clerk of, i'i iIllndfoiil
1930: to 19'111. both Inclunlve, 1 1910 to H19, both Inclusive lb
bv "'. NOH. 810 and I 11)16) of ,, i
6 amounting to $247 28 InK to .I.tlfral. nr APPLICATIONIXeimle
Children's 11615AI.I am..ur'.1 1930 12-2-lit-12-30
Shoes J. Turner recently visited ALSO( : SE'/, of SVVVi of SRf : :% nf 11':'" & unpaid, "I..tlv.ly.the and represent -. 5'4)11 55 % lis.l: ,

the bedside of hia father W. T. & K: 2 Acres of SW'4 of H\VI of SRVI Sec 12 Tp. 8. R. 22 H.. 1121! to 1019! : both ,IncluHlve.. amount-v.ar. HillSo.. KI.'O: I "run ('II i .ir ,'mllII? ]

ALSO IN OUR STOCK OF I of S.11/, M.... 22 Tp. 6 8. It. :.. ,'"nl.lnh,1, 80cr"., more" or lag to ) SOTIJ IS IIEKKBY U1VKN. Thai St %5) I'I.ii \limit ii m Ill'
Sj Turner of Live Oak. ..nnl..lnlnl, 1 Acres more or less. 1218.T.ol 4. of Blk 7 Tern- I':. In holder of Tax Certificates TV KI.OKMH.NOTH'K "litl"(:Il<|

Mr. and Mrs. be Hold are evidencedby The taxen to be Hold ire evidenced plea Addition I Numbered respectively. 700 Issued : 1 is h-r. I I" '
R. J. Turner tn
were Starke' Sec. 28 ,
4LEM' Men's Boy's Wear certificate No. 310 I of 1931: and hy certificate No,. 278 and :314 of Tn, 8 8. II. R .. AUMu.t 7, 193.1 and 70 issued der and by virtui i I Ivree .It
visiting recently their niece, Miss represent unpaid taxes for the y.aI 1911 and 1935 respectively, nnd represent The InxeH t ,21 be sold are evidenced 1936 has filed name In of partition, I
1930! to 1931." both In amounting unpaid tneH for I the my office has made application cult I Hi I1' .III,
Margaret Brltt who Is seriously ill 1187 of for
Trousers tax
Shirts to be issued 1'
tn llti.71.. 1930 to His: both inclusive, 1910: and. I 111.1 and "Florida I In CIII.' < < ;
'. In St. Louke's Hospital in Jackson ALSU: N"j of SWf of SRVi ing to $41462. amolnt-I unpaid! r"H".ctvoly. represent Hold certlflcntea respectively embrace of I-cointier. A m l''" 'h'
Hats Etc.STAR ville. & M'4 j nf NWV, of SRVi: SKV.of ALSO: Ri.:. of 1129 to 19.1't.: both years :the following described rl Partition theioni: 'i'' '
j4c14'' NEH of SWV, Sec 2t Tp. 8 *' WVi of NRV: o'o '' 12 ing 1 $1096 Inel'Hlv. amount erties In the County ,rror: In J. F. Shaw i i- '
: Joe L. Dowllng of Live Oak wile < State of Florida to-wit:, ,' "
S. U. 22 R.. containing, 60 Acres '1) 8 S. R. 22 E. containing 40 AI.SOInln: 0, 7 of Hlk 7 Templen (Vrtlfloute Wllm. Shaw t il
visiting his mother Mrs. T. J. more nr less Acres, more or I.... Addition, tn West 780, emhra..e. by vlrtm ..f ,
The taxes to he Hold are evidenced The t..re. to he nod! are evidenced 21 Tp. 8 8. 22 RI.rke. See 5 Acre of South Half of said Court t he, .iI' 'n '.1 4signed
$: Dowling last week. hy ,'..rICI.'al. No. S13 of 1931, and by ....rlt..ale Non. 334 and 937 of The taxes t n nold, Southwest' Quarter of Northeast ('oninise4"I., S. 1

E. C. Priest of Starke has been r"Ir.H.nt In.ahl taxes for the yearn 1932 r.Hpe..tv..ly. and represent bv certificate
his 19.10 to 1:9. Inclusive* amounting unpaid the yearn 1931 and 1931: Quarter will sell to .tin lilK>
busy making Improvements on 1931: r..I..tlvely. and represent of Northwest Quarter Seelion -
to $ 84 tn 1119. both inclusive, amountIng unpaid bidder for ,rash "n ,
m. :> WORKINGMEN'SSTORE farm which he Intends to make ALSO: SKV of SE'I of SKV, to IS1.3B.ALSO to 1919. both the yearn 22 24 Township 5 South Range South door nf Un, ,

his home In the near future. Sec. 22 Tp 8 S. } ":.. con.taming : KVi; of WVj of NWV4 191 tn Inclu.lve. amount- East containing 19 Acres, Starke, Florida l"" ii I. ltd
10 Acres, less Sc,'. 12 Tp. 8 8. R. 22 Inl 11.1.AIHO more or Ie. ''It "W I
or K. cnn- hours of "
mol' : 10 ft., In. of ( sale "I .
Lot ,
: Friends here are glad to report The taxes to he are evidencedby laming 40 A..r.. more or lenn.The 6 Lots 8, 7 of I Blk !9 Templen 'erlrh-aln 70 of .mbrac. .. January A. I H 19"!) "' .
: certificate No. of 1931. and taxen Mold evidenced Quarter Northeast t ti. W.'
that Frank Merritt Is improving 31 are Addition to described i Imidh i
Starke Quarter
Sec of II
; 28
"A Reliable Store for Values" represent unpaid for the yearn by certificate No,. 883 and 938 of I Tp. 8 S. R. 22 E. Quarter West Southwest SVj of Lot I in' '' ,
after being sick in bed for several 1W30 to 1919 both 1930 and 1933 : JV4 Acres of '
Inclusive amount- respectively, and represent The taxen to he sold are evidenced Northeast I Quarter of Northeast Twp. 78 II 20 KIISI \tdo:I,
log to $23.40. unpaid taxes for the yearn hv *\\flnm ,.. __ .. lot 50 ft. by 100 fl
daYII.r. -- .. HP n.'_* .V.. Rio ttaa u Quart nt Nnn'h_.., n.._.__ ,
., AI.SOAll NW' of NBV, N 1929 to 19.19. both inclusive' amount of 1930. 1933 and 193 w.o.$ .n. ... >a Section, 2.- 5"S negro church and 'P ".

-.--- -_ --.-- --. ------- --- -- "- nf Public 27 Tp. 6 H.R. tog to 112.42. and represent unpaid ra..pe..tvely. Range 21 Township t'1.. of-way of S A '4' iro
22 R. containing 2 A..re. ALSOE'4): nf 5V1 of SW 4 years 1929 to 1939. both .Inclunlve' Acres, more or less.containing .aid Lot I. .".ntni I I. "' 'c IV
more or lesn.The Sec 12 Tp. 8 8. R. 22 E.. contain amounting to The more or less
taxes tn be sold are evidenced ing 20 lenn. U48.11 a..e"Rment of the Bald property WinK .
A.re., more or AI.SOPlk: under N. I> & .
Lots 5 said
1 by Nnn. 321 and 354 of The taxen to I be sold 1 n. |tO l I'.rtrleale No. 760
c.rIC"al. are evidenced II.: l 12. 18. 14. I of Elk 14 Tern- wa. In the name Hannnn W Hliv-
1931 and by No. 183 and 939 of 111W''
Addition j.
1931 r..I..Uvely. 1928 .rtrl..ale pies to Starke, Sec. 28 anl the ansessment. ot the Mild 1
the yearn and represent Tp. 6 H. rt. AsK. '
r..pe..lv@ly 22 K., property under said Certificate
4 7j'' 1930 to 1139 both inclusive, amountIng unpaid l
yearn The taxes to he Bolil are evidenced 70 was In the name of F. Ueneva K. l'errymaflSllcitor
tn $13.95. 1927 to "39. both inclusive '
D'4 amount hv No". 316 Hannon. for
: ALSO: Lotn 1, 2, 3, 4, II, 12 ing to $52.15.AL1tt ..rlrl..ole, and I l192 o' Unless said' certificates 12-9-41-12-30

I 13, I 14 of Blk. 12. I.lvlnKBton.Truby : W'4 of N\V' of 8W4! :: 2nn unpaid, 1 reBpectlvely.taxes for the and ren- redeemed according to .hal be -M'r ITS

& Cn's Addition to Starke See 1 Tp. 8 S. R. ., contaIning 1929 10 both yearn properties described therein the l\ '1'"1-1: % \ MK OK ''1 I 1:

tit' In Wlfc' nf NRVi Sec. 28 Tp. 8 S. Acres, more or I...". II '13n Inclusive amountIII sold: to the highest bidder will be I OK ri.onio Im hlda', iirfl
88.3.A at the
K 22 K.. The. tnxen to be sold are evld..d : l.l" 4. II. 8, 7 of Elk Court-house door on the first Mon. It appearing by .!'. [?0''f
The taxes to he sold evidencedby hy Non. 195 In'
; are .rUrl..al. and 940 of 27 Temples Addition to lay In the Stonth of that certain c-aim rtuJ
c.Ulrlal. No. 4H4 of 1131 and 1927 respectively and represent Sec. 28 Tp. 8 H. R. 22 R., Starke. which .. the 2nd.. day January* January 1939, Bradford ('".nly Kl ,"iit-, i.,,,?"?
: ::1 r"l.r..eot taxes for the yearn unpaid taxes for the yearn The taxes 'lo be sold are A. D. I939 eery, entitled. "<"yr.' I' .
J 1930 to 1911. both inclusive, amountIng 1928 to 1939 both Inclusive, amountIng J by ertlflcnfe. NOB. 623 and 1207 Dated this' 2ht. dayOFFICIAL ot Novem- p'ntrr.' vs. MarjnrlH', "e.,. I-
of i
to $428.33. tn $1.3. and her A. D. 1935. for ..111' "il' ,,ij
130 r.ler '
ALSOLntn: 6, 8, 7, 8. 9, of 1 or rtW-i of 8EV4 13 respectively taxes and rep- ( SEAL) Iray..d I. i ,? ,j

Blk., 18 LIvingston, rUby & See 1 Tp. S. R. 22 E. contain pn"} .nl.ald .. .>rveha"moSSt! ._ A. J. State or Countr) ,I mm f\\
I (' '. Addition to Starke, In W log 1.1'.", more I..". } :HgllbOlh Clerk THOlIB. Court of plaintiff, and that t Ii ?

of NR'/' Sec 28 TP. 6 S. R- 22 R., The .to he nold are evidenced A : Rlk. 29 Bradford County .lrlurlia. In the Slal@ "f l.'Im, adaof ,
Tot .on
The la,.. to he nold are evidencedbv hy certificate NOH .198 and 941 of Peeks Addition to E."Htarke 14. it-25-St-la.l3 personal prneel'I, '1", Jrftant.

c@rIC..II. No. 296 and tlr 1937 and 1933 re..pe.tvely. and represent NWI. or NW'4' Nor 9Ih.. St.. Sec.In would persona liv 1111, .It I 1114'fendant ,
1929 respectively unpaid the M TlrH OF IT : : '
.. yearn 8. AP5'l.It'TJo'.4 11 CI"n.:1 "
resent unpaid taxes for the y..ar"un 1928 to 1919. both In<'lu.lve. amounting '. ,6" 'It'h 2..tllre evidenced FOIl T\X IIBKI) t.. Ill'l"ebruary .'

OURS IS THE PLAIN OLD-FASHIONED n- to I 1919 both inclusive, amountIng to $3? tD.A1.0 hy certificate No,. and ISIS or (Venate Illll No. l i.to. : the bill or conpl.", h. .
to "l40.8l. : WUj of Kli of SE' o' 2& NOTICE ..th' \
1927 IS '
and 193.1 HEREBY (11 v EN. That 139. / ,g5I'
A!:IO: 8 le< ft of Lot 4 Elk SW)',.Hec. 12 Tp 6 S. R. K., Unpaid respectIvely and represent W. jBt"Vm holder of Tax '.. pro ,confess '". I''
for ; (
MERRY CHRISTMAS 83. 100 f Livingston Truhy "onlalnlnl 10 Acres, 2 or 19810 1939, both ,".>.clu"lve'ount the yeare r ill.fa''i: ;e Numbered respectively 3IATi .rr her for her falli, < ''\1- ,.,

Co'n Sub-dlv. of NFI. of NRV4 $12.93 ? A'5 7i 193'! and 83I: Issued thl. order be 1"11'> -t'. '.,..k'
Sec 28 Tp. 8 S. R. E., The taxen to be sold are evidenced '
ALSO: All (IS AUlu.t 1913. has filed same In week for foul .
The taxes to be sold are evidenced by c..IICI..a'e NOB, 249 and 942 of P..k" Addition I.b tfu Rk.. ?A ocrl.! ? and ho. made application my for he Bradford '""'' ,

We Will Be Closed Monday, December 26 hy certificates Nos. 39 of 1934. andr"lr".nt 1929 193 re."tv@ly. and represent NWIof NWt .9'1K Ht.. cJii<,irt.to he 'issued 1 thereon Said newspaper of *!'" .' :1

unpaid for the yearn unpaid the yearn Sec. 8 'Vp. 6 04, nN2o 10. I'.rtrl..al@? respectively embrace inbllBhed In Brad'r1
both inclusive, amountIng 1928 to 1131 both The m
Incll..lva. taxes 10 he | I i.folAow1"* described propertiesFlorlda Ida. "'
to $20.59.A104O to $2)89 ar..vld..n..d Il.'i' ,I .
I County Bradford WITNESS "')
A & STORE : Lot I A S'. of Lot 3 ALSOSWVi: of SWVi of NEVi 1927 rtiflrfi 1933. NOBJ47 n
i l of Hlk., 4 Llvlnl"ol. Tr
> Co'n H.b-1Iv., NE" of NE' 10 Acres, mol' or I... 1112$ to 1939 both In u"lv. years Lots '. 10.<> 441. 47 In Woodlawn ( 198.OFFICIAL SFiAli
Sec. S. E., The taxes to .. are evidencedby log In $3.12.! < amount Section 29. Township| 6 South A. J. 'rItOStAS, In

fejn NATHAN PREVATT, Mgr. The taxes to be nnld are evidencedby certificate No. 283 and 309 ol ALSO: Loin A, fl, C. n, of Blk Janle 22 East 40 fieric Contalnlnl
certificate No. 393 of 1934. and 1931 and 1934 ra..pectvely. and represent Wynn Addition more or Ie. .
represent unpaid taxes for the y.ar unpaid the y@ar.lUlto I Tp. ..8.K22 If Starke Sac Certificate No. U3 embrace T. frRdf.'I. 1

fl. -- -_ 19.13 to 1939, both Inclusive, 193S, both Incu"lve. amount- The taxes to be Bold'are evidenced Lot 29 A 8U, of 40 A WU., of tt, Attorney for:1'lall,1
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Lands alifc, but t bet dat you following students were OB I Dear me, everybody Is so busy
.,i Z. ADKINS, JR. I chtlunn la mighty glad dat de ex- the honor roll for third monthTWKLFTII : Following Is the Christmas Program
tant EdItor-In-Chlef Bradford County High School The basket ball girls opened with mid-term exams here and a
v ams are obor I leally did
sym GRADE for the Primary grades
Reporters: opened her season against Green I their season Tuesday. December I pathise wid ya Hazel Brown brand new basket ball season! That which was given Tuesday morn- '\, ':

,id, Frank Hoblnaon, Ap'Fdjjh Cove of 13, In Green Cove Springs. Although reminds me, mld-tei exams, and t ,,
Springs Tuesday night I
wants ta de Edwards
Thomnt., Jr. Emmet Perryman, they lost to Green Cove gib every boy on Mary ing: ;
,::, Smith Alma. ICdwerde, lust week by dropping a 17-12 de- 32-16, basket ball teen a few pats on de : Gladys. Garret it really seems as If school started 1. Lord's Prayer-All standing [I ,y.
Murrhee, they put up a magnificent
Howe cision to the Clay County boys in back. I think dot dey has done Lorraine Hartman All
ind Clara FlumeBIOGRAPIY battle. All true sportsmen know only last week. That's just 2. Songj> !(ornlng Prayer"-

a game that featured inexperience that It Isn't the score that counts, good considering everything suchas Peggy Stanley life tho'. Here today, there to- standing. .

OF and timing. but how the game was played. This out out-door court, etc.I ELEVENTH GICADK morrow. Wo are proud of basketball 3. Bible Story of Christmas, 1.:

PHILLIPS Tho outlook for the season is walt Starke's first game this sea- hears dat done "yellow basket" Geraldine Hall Luke 2.9-18: -Rebecca Simpson. rt\ ,,'
ERNEST team, too. Maybe we did ,
bright t, however. The has
squad came through here last Sunday \
son while Green Cove had had Clara Mae Harley 4. The Christmas Story in ,
shown rather unusual ability, de- lose u couple of games, but whatof .
j the day after Christmas, previous games to their credit. I night. Leland\ Sponholtz Song-Second Grade children from :
Lcember it was 26, 1919. I'm sure you fensively, but lucks speed and the Starke had only 2 players that had Dat Dofthia Smith am done und Milo Sponholtz it? We're going to win more Miss Hogsed and Mrs. Rttch'srooms. or

Luia, not have found two more, offense. played before They were Manse missed another day ob school. She TENTH GRADE than that before It's all over.

people than Mr. and Mrs. I The Tornadoes lost 32-10 to Crosby and Orlno Padgett. better start being a little more Jack Halle Oh, yes--We do wonder where 0 I. Musical Rending, "0 HolyNight" ,

Reward 1PPY Phillips because they were Landon "A" team Thursday; nightin Taking everything Into consideration I careful. She must hub had a big- Mary Townsend everybody intends to spend Christmas --Mrs. Mae Powell. Pan- : ,'

tie i proud parents of a baby boy a rather one-sided contest which the girls did very well Tuesday week-end. NINTH CJKA1JK I holidays I know that a few tomlneil by First Grade children :

tor much discussion! they de- again showed the difference be- night, and we are certain that Clara sho does look pretty like Carrie Belle Bennett of our young personalities have from Miss Lilley and Mrs. Rob- ,

lidcd, to name him Ernest. At that tween a team coached In a gym- they will be victorious many times wid dat blue suit on. I'm glad dat Ida Lee Cone already decided because Just wan- el u' rooms. \0

I me they were living in. Lake City, nasium and one coached on a dirt in the future. she decided ta keep dat sweater Ottunn Haynes dering around I have heard, "Oh, 6. A Christmas Wish-Jlmmle

lerhla court. I The players are: Instead ob glvin' it away.I May Parker I know that I will have the grandest McRae from Mrs. Prevatt's room

At the age of seven, Ernest en- Several of the boys have the F'orwards--Marlse Crosby, Fer- must say dat Marian and Bertlce Silcox time Why I know a boy who," 7. Baby's Stocking Juanita !

red the first grade at Mason making of good ball players Hugh I ol Jones, Orlne Padgett. Helen aho do look spiffy in dose EIGHTH GRADE and so on as It always goes. Anders from Miss Mlddleton's(

ilisti School. He entered the sec "Sappo" Ingram, speedy little for- Guards--Virginia Padgett, Lu- cute suits which were sent all de Nina Bishop Now that little Gayle Sewell room.

Li grade at Lake City High, the ward, Is coming along nicely. cile Jordan, Jeanette Parker, Mary way from New York for Christ Gloria Buford she really has been looking pretty 8. Why--Charles Oliver from '
Shirley Colley t
jilrd grade at White Springs, ande Charles Priest, lanky center, Townsend, Betty Phillips. mas. Lulu Davis lately with those bright bows In Miss Middleton's room. !!

[ fourth at Jasper. shows unusual ability as a pivot Everybody sho does seem ta like Doris Ida Gaffney her hair And Clara Flume-we 9. A Play, "Who Believes In
man and has a keen eye for the Ruth are surprised at her-she buys a Santa Claus?" Third Grade
J When little Ernest was eleven LETTERSKingsley McGarity's new permanent. Jlmmle Grlffla
basket Christmas present and then keepsit children from Mrs. Biggs' room.
U parents moved to Starke and Congratulashuns to ya, Ruth.I Dorothy Johns -
for her own. Oh well Idon't .
very ,
B entered the Starke school wheree McKinney, Torode, and Griffis wants tn gib John und Cootera Billy Patray
Pond. What Would
much blame her after all as HappenIf ,r
senior. give promise of making good defensive -
Is now a Dear Santa: honorary mention or somethingon !SEVENTH GRADE It Is a lovely creation :
is five feet ten and guards when they have a dat order for dat cute little Bishop Myrick ---
j Ernest one- little If you look In your big book, "Happy days" are here again
lalf Inches tall. He has blue eyesnd more experience < II where you keep the behavior of all Christmas tree dey brought for de Roberta Whitfield for Mary Edwards! I wouldn't Everett would take a book to '

| brown hair.Ernest The team has a fine fighting the little girls and boys, I'm sure seniors. Fay Yarbrough know what has happened but I study hall? r

likes most out-door spirit and the boys working together you'll read "John Torode has been Dose Lawtey girls sho Is some- DONALD BAGWELL have never seen anyone look so Coach Whittemore didn't change l' 0' ',

ports. He likes basketball and as one unit. very, very good thin past year and pin. I don't know WIlts to callIt Dorothy Faxton pleased as she does here of late someone seat in study hall every '

Jootball and is now a member of Coach Whittemore says, "With Is entitled to a Merry Christmas. but dey rides in a new Ford fora Georgia Gilpin My, my, my! From the way day? J. .i

he Bradford High Football Team. the experience of a few more "Really, Santa, I have been a good while and den in another one. Azlel Jackson things are looking, I do believe Everyone passes exams? C U"Cooter

|l Ie la very fond of camping, fish- games, the boys should developInto little boy." Remember when we Dey thinks dey Is "it." But maybe Phyllis Martin that Edith Rowe has already for was on time every day? .

g, find hunting. one of the finest cage teams played Gainesville in football? Re- dey is, I don't know. Billy Parker I gotten her "new find" over In Mrs. Long gave long assign t..
Al the present time Ernest is in thIs section. All are!: green and member when I broke that boy's Dot Miriam, Bill, N. T., Leslie FIFTH Gainesville menu? '

Employed as part time clerk for very inexperienced but all are collar bone and knocked another and all ob dose alumni sho do Betty Turner I do hope that Doshla sees every Somo of these lovely romances j' ',.

e A&P Store. His ambition Iso eager to learn and have the will I boy's elbow out of joint? If you looks good and dey just looks nat- Gloria Marlon Manning I basketball game we have this year. would break up? ..' I

i own and operate his own busiSJ to win. I anticipate a very suc- think very hard you'll remember I ural around de school. We is glad Griffis Cooper Now that Is something that really Virginia and Bob weren't seen going !i'

> cessful season when the squad has I me saying softly to myself how I ta hab dexn back wid us. Esther holds her Interest to Scott's every day at recess \ ..

is member been seasoned a little more sorry I was that I hit them so, I declare I just can't believe Bob Jimmy Bradley I know that Enza enjoyed her and taking long walks In front of
Ernest now a proud Alvin Crews
If Senior Class. Much The Landon game featured the hard Honestly I have been a good Long when he tells me dat he Is week-end In Orlando. We missed school house? .'
t tho success FOURTH GRADE
first time Bradford High boy. Remember how thoughtful I her at school. from school? l'
County gonna be through wid school after Virginia was absent
Ernest from the Senior
jo Barnhill
you has ever met one of the larger "A" was when I threw a piece of chalkat Christmas. We all will certainly Dorothy Dear, dear, not one more minute Edith didn't talk a lot? I i.i.the
|lass of 38 and 39. Helen Hardenbrook
Alma Murrhee, Historian. teams In basketball. With a little Vernon? You know, I could miss him lots, but I imagine dat Wilma Hardenbrook will I waste on this Idle chatter Clara wasn't always asking i

more polish and assurednes, these have thrown something much Virginia will miss him most THIKU GRADE so goodbye until later. questions? s' ya
same boys will come through.EXEMPTION heavier like a chair or something I hears dat de League is gonna Harrell -- ---- -- .. -- _- -.
Primary JinglesThe But I didn't. I threw chalk so I sing Christmas carols ta de people Joe Roy Montleth

LIST wouldn't hurt him so bad. in Lawtey Christmas eve
I Billy Smith
Primary grades enjoyed liaI I Santa, all of these pretty girls I night. All ob ya should move to Shirley Arnett

I"nlng over the radio Friday after- Mid-term ExaminationsThe that go to school here have got Lawtey dat night, cause I'm sure Elizabeth Cox ,.

fcoou to the P. K. Yonge Labora- following students have me In a daze. All of them are so dat it is gonna be real pretty. Rebecca Simpson

J'iry, School's Christmas program. beea exempted from their midterm pretty I can't make up my mind I Mammy hopes dat all ob ya has Miriam Hornsby :

Dv'e enjoyed the carols of other examinations. It is an honor which one I like the best. So, more Christmas spirit dan she has, Annie Lee McDaniel

lands It was interesting to learn this year to receive an average of I please Santa, for Christmas, help cause she just can't seem ta get Louise Manning

low Christmas was celebrated in "B" and be exempted. We congratulate me to decide which one I like the excited. I bet dot she will before Marjorie Manning

ach of the European countries, these students. best. And Santa let those Juniors long.Yours Janette Priest

lad that most of the natives went Seventh grade: I I' work hard and give the Seniors a till after Christmas, June BellHorace

I> Church on Christmas Day. We Dorothy Faxon great big banquet and dance at -Mammy. Dyal
the end of school. Let it be ---.----
ere surprised to learn that in Phyllis Martin as HKCONI GKADK

Italy the good children receive Bishop Myrick I I good and If possible a little better CHAPEL PROGRAM Van Priest ,
>.yhes while the bad children re- Roberta Whitfield than the one the Juniors gave the Pitner Vandivlere I 3fl r I
Seniors later' : )
felva toys. year Janet Anderson
Fay Yarbrough Last week the following chapel : I
Wo have a nice lighted tree in Eighth grade: Don't forget, I've been a good program was in the hands of Mrs. Madge Urownlee ,

the hall of our building and shall Billy Patray boy, Dell Dowllng's section of the Betty Flynn May the spirit of Christmas remain with you throughout a

Java a general tree for the prl- Nina Bishop John Arthur Torode. Tenth Grade. Idell Londrum the coming/ }'l'ar."e pledge ourselves to strive harder '
nary department, Friday after- Gloria Buford O. Henry's well-known "The Doris Moncrief
poon Ida Lulu Davis Starke, Fla., Third Ingredient which was very Vivian McRae than ever before to merit your confidence and loyalty.

Clarice Thomas December 8, 1938 well represented by the following Betty Powell -- ---

Second Grade Ninth grade: Dear Santa Clause, students who played as: Isabella Parker
My! How quickly Christmas has Lelia Driskell
Sonny Haynes Hetty-Ruth Simpson
We surely do have the Christ-
and Is still Beatrice tiennett STARKE DRY CLEANERS '
Carrie Belle Bennett come, nearly everyone Cecilia-Iris Crews ,
i spirit in our room. We are
Tenth grade: unaware of it. But as you see I'm Young Man-Ralph Nettles FIRST GRADE
-roud of our little tree on our
Jack Halle not, so I am putting In my order This sketch was very Inter- Marion McRae AND LAUNDRYJUNIUS
eading table. We thank Isabel'sfather
( Grace Barfield for Christmas presents early. esting; unusually so to those who Elaine Chesser
Mr. Parker much for
Bthe very Louise Stern Since I am going to New York have studied this famous story in Harry Green M. SMITH, Owner
big picture of Santa Claus he
Eleventh grade: during my vacation I will need American Literature.The Patsy Cox
painted for us. We love to sing ,
hrisLmas carols. Leland Sponholtz quite a few things program having been turn- Jo Ann Dinkins

Twelfth grade: First, I want a lot of new ed over to Mr. Williams, several Alyce Mills
Kitty Hogsed, Teacher.
Gladys Garrett clothes, you know, things that I I announcement were made, one Juanita Anders
Lorraine Hartman can wear to all the ritzy places up stating the fact that this the last Duan Tyler

First Grade Peggy Stanley there Such as, a silver fox eve- I' chapel assembly until after the +

We went to the Ten Cent Store Louise Warren ning wrap a fur coat evening Christmas Holidays The Seminoles have been at war

B'ast Friday. Each of us bought a Mary EdwardsFlorida's dresses, street dresses, etc. Then .--- I with the United States government

|toy Mr. Priest gave us candy and In too, I need a wrist watch mighty Guess Who? for some 102 years. The
lands bring
balloon whistles. We had a good Woods bad and a dinner ring, too. SinceI 'war started In 1835: and no treaty
time some $125,000.000 annually. have been such a good girl this a
has ever been signed. "
and manufacturing There's a fine little boy about iNppF 4
Ruby Lilley, Teacher. equipment I will be expecting these '
year five feet inches tail who has r a '
represent an Investment of seven SNOW
plans ,
things earlier than usual for my .
than $95,000,000. black wavy hair. He always has The United States Department 6 V ,
Answer-Vernon Silcox more ; Oh If have it on
trip. yes you
something to say and is a school of Agriculture has estimated Flor-
hand I would like to have a new
cheer leader. This boy Is a promi- Inda could feed 13,000,000: persons
roadster with good look-
sport a nent member of the Glee Club and if its soil was use to its full ca

SPECIALYOUR Ing boy in It. he likes to sing and to danceELEMENTARY. pacity.
But please don't do as you did ,

last Christmas: You got me mixedup -

CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c with my kid sister Jean, and
left me her doll and baby things.

GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORDTO So remember my name is, ---____ _______._____._________
PAYSmith's Mary Edwards. I Sixth Grade also colored Santas.
We have enjoyed decorating our We have our Christmas tree and

Christmas tree and room and will have decorated it.

Dear I'm Santa a good, little jitterbug, andif I I have our party Friday. We have five new books for our SPECIAL HOLIDAY ROUND TRIP FARES

GarageWe I keep on being real good, will : Some gourds and pine cones reading table.
you bring be the Bugle Call Rag have been brought, and we are Lila Rae Coldwell, Reporter Florida Motor Lines give( you a big Christmas gift I

and Sugar Foot Stomp this Christmas planning to paint them for charm Miss Morgan, Teacher this year with special reduced fares for the Holiday I

? And if I'm real REAL, good, strings. There's added saving and added pleasure In every;,
Fourth Oracle
will you make them King Good- Our teacher is reading Ezekiel
man's versions? to us and we are also reading We have our room decorated for rofle when you take your trip In the cozy comfort of

I'm In bed by 12.00: o'clock every about the life of Christ. Christmas. Some of our boys a Florida Zephyr. Bus travel Is more convenient. too... r

.4 err i Ghr( sEmas single night except Saturday, whenI Arline Dew, Reporter brought a nice little tree. We with stations right In the heart of shopping centers

manage to stagger In at 300.: Miss Kennedy, Teacher. painted old light bulbs and made and than I
Why, mama never has to make me other decorations for It and had more departures by any other way.

drink my milk; every day my Sixth Grade lots of fun fixing the tree. EXTRA Gifts With Saved
quart disappears down the little dec- We bought some new books with
This week we have enjoyed
the had In the
faithful but money we treasury '
red lane through a room for Christmas.We nee Wer Hound TrlMl .
193I orating our
of our club. The books are Robinson -
complaining straw. have gourds, pine cones, and ; A M' ."'.11:1: *...- "
And Santa Dear, please make Crusoe, Heidi, Treasure Island ; WKr: I'''I.r. I..'' I/IAI'll: .":it.n.t: al"'" I.
bean pods and have made charm *- I-IK.IK: .. __ .
In the third and The Story of Jesus. nowtt.an/ a M.IM ;
that little blonde baby strings of them. We have drawn lea r.DWIr ,e5: C I.IM
row give me a little attention. But Dorothy Barnhill, Reporter, /1l A ,. A ___. ._ _____________ .. a.it
take it easy: Tm blue when she and colored Christmas posters.We Miss Edward,, Teacher Je/'Rrurr11.1.5] .in a i,aS 1
have been reviewing and ATI. 'r:1<1 SI 5.7$
doesn't, but red as a turnip with TAMPA, ---. .a3.If a 5aeIIAIr It
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does studying for examination which Fourth Oracle I Mer: 'L'.1oJ ._ ._____ _____._. .nit, .M
scarlet fever when she manage will have soon This week finished /IIII.A'11/11 ___ ._ _________..: ."" ___ I ...-
to dash a glance in my direc we we our study s4rC ,'Ir ._ ,_________......." 4.25
Mathew McKinney has been absent about the Bedouin Arabs. We 'IIIIHIVt.tlttfIf __________*.7."" *19.55,

during tion.Hoping you'll sympathize with three days. We hope he will learned many things about the <' ttlf.OI"!'H1AHIIVII.LN ______.a7.an: al'J.55: :' i iON !

I thank you for your patronage my situations, and wishing you a soon be back with us. Arabs and their homes. There was

the past year, and wish for you and yours sooty success, I am, as ever, your Mack Futch went to Jacksonville only one In our room exempt, W HALE UKCKMBKR 10 TlJa'OUOIJNU.lty 1

a full measure of life's best things in the angelic little Thursday. B. McKinney.Last BEASLEY'S SERVICE STATIONBradford
Vernon Silcox. Chester McKinney went to Au- week we decorated our
to .
year come.STARKE tree and have been enjoying It. I"UJV ('ONWAY. Agent I
Ga. Wednesday.
P. a. If you don't mind, you gusta, ,
can throw In a big red roadster Frances Colley, Reporter. Some of our pupils have already

with a nice loud horn that's scare brought their gifts. We are takingour

ICE COMPANYW. 'em Into the middle of next year, Fifth Grade examinations now
when I'm in a hurry to get to the This week we have colored holly W. B McKinney and

Georgia-Florida football game or leave and Christmas trees for a Jim Frank Jordan Reporter, n
L. WALL, Prop. is it over Who won? border for our blackboard. We Mrs. Hart, Teacher a r.

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; ,rCedSu d y School Class Members AssignedTo MERIT EXAMSIN Attending fUne"al" ieryicy

Has Christmas Party Methodist FEBRUARYNearly JLOCAJU Sunday for M 1.e\lIlQr'' be"
following: M, tad wek
ii jjilctrj Mrs. D. P. Carpenter teacherof Missionary Circles: I ton Mr. and Mn .frl. .sites Gvt

the Co-ed Sunday School Class 200 persons have signified and Mrs. H D Met'r, ,, ] Kt
The Woman's Missionary Societyof of Inking the ,1'\'
of the Methodist Church, Misses their Intention Mrs. J. B. Levu,,'II Mr ai
; Katie and Virginia Fugate, and the Methodist Church met Mon merit system examination of the and Mrs. J. A ,Itn, IIntl, '''*"v I kr.

Glen Wood entertained membersat day afternoon and held the final State Welfare Board, to be held on All members of the Woodman let, Mrs W v H,, Itnti ''j""I""

w. O. W. Fish Supper W. M. S. Has Business a delightful Christmas party business session of 1938. The meeting February 11, for the purpose of In- Circle are urged to attend the Dec. children MIS j I I"n.?"/ awnAshley
Friday night at 8:00: o'clock in the creasing the eligible list from 27th meeting for the purpose of Cheshlo ath 1 ilk
Is Big SuccessOne And Program MeetingThe was presided over by re- \:
I home of the former. which vacancies( for district director making plans for Installation: of and Miss Arrle rn'IrV. '
T. Griffin
tiring president, Mr. c'a.t. McIIK
of the most successful of Its business and meet- unit supervisor and visitor ?II '(' :
program I Christmas decorations were used who has so faithfully worked for officers at the January meeting. Ga., and Mr : M ,J. ,
kind was the fish supper given Fri- ing of the Baptist W. M. S. was I and arrangements of silver leaves the good of the organization durIng may be filled. Abner tni, ', ; Nrl!
at 7:30: o'clock In the held Monday afternoon at the The deadline for filing applica- JnrksM f n 'I.
day night and pine, predominating. The the past year. In appreciation N. T. Ritch, who fs attending tiwanger of ; ,III, Hal
Woman's Club building by the Church. mantelpiece was decorated attrac- for her services, the Society gave tions is January 2, as lime must Emory College at Oxford, Ga., ar- .
Woodman Circle in honor of Camp After the Devotional, led by the tively with a silver and blue color Mrs. Griffin a rising vote of elapse between the closing of the rived here Saturday to upend the
138 W. O. W. ft president, Mrs. A. M. Darby, assisted j design. Silver leaves and silver thanks. application period and the exami- holidays with his mother, Mrs. We CAKI OF) TI1\NIU:

The large auditorium where the by Mrs. W. J Epperson pine cones, interspersed with blue nations In which to make required Carrie Ritch, and uncle and aunt, Wish tn xp, ,,..sn ","
The elation 4PpI'to
Society was divided Into for
Circle No. 3 the Investigation of eligibility. Mrs T. J. Griffin. Tom- kindn' ..
guests gathered was attractively. presented programfor lights were reflected in the large Mr. "
two circles follows and for
as : the ,. /n III
to take the flow ,
decorated with polnsettlas. Christ- the afternoon. The topic was mirror over the mantel. Those who desire my Rltch who is a student at Lee lurk
Circle Number |
One, Miss Olive our recent bereav
:man' berries and Fall leaves' "All the Nations Mrs, Ralph After novel testa were urged to forward their High School in Jacksonville, Is also '< 'urn, '
playing many games, Ray, chairman; assistant chair- Mrs. ,
State Welfare Commissioner Mi< /i.
Music furnished Cox and Mrs.' H. A. Lawson applications to the \II" ",
was throughoutthe gave here for holidays.Mr.
and contests "Santa Claus" distributed
-, man Mrs. T. J. Griffin; Airs. I... A. Mrs H ,
at L I ,
C. C. Codrington, H
evening by a string! band com- interesting talks and eleven mem- : gifts to the Nni(?, I Ir
guests. Davis, Mrs. J. W. White. Mrs. W. ---
posed of L. S. Hutto, Oliver Hutto, bers of the society gave a Christ- Jacksonville, without further de- and Mrs. H. L. Brownleo
The hosts served tempting refreshments P. Smith, Miss Amelia Ray, Miss -
the Parker family, Miss Ferrol mas playlet. During the performance lay. Some months will elapse be- will have as holiday guests, their
of ambrosia, fruit cake Kate Struth, Miss Amy Coburn,
fore another examination will be XMAS
Jones and others. Madge Brownlee played "Si Miss Mary Brownleeof
and hot coffee to the following: Mrs. M. B. Herlong, Mrs. Sam Anderson TREE
held, he said.MISSION.
lent Night. Ill. and Mrs. M C. Stith
After enjoying many old fashioned Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., Mr Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Mrs. J. H. Alton, ORNAMENTSComplete
games and square dancingthe During the business session Mrs. and Mrs. John Whittemore, Misses Fields, Mrs. O. W. White, Mrs. HALL ANDTABERNACLE of Washington, D. C., also three
guests were invited into the Tom Harding reported sending the Hope and Georgia Haynes, Miss Frank Robinson, Mrs. E. L. Williams grandsons, Chan, Bob and Jim, of
nun parlor for a fish supper. The Christmas box to the orphanageat Mrs. Carl Washington. Col. and Mrs. J E
Abble Harley, Miss Kitty Hogsed, Johns, Mrs. A. W. The subject of Tuesday night's
large U-shaped table, gaily decor- Arcadia. She was elected as Miss Lucille Kennedy, Miss Lillian Redgrave, Mrs. L S. Hutto, Mrs. Bible study was, "John's Christmas Futch of DeLand will arrive tomorrow 0
ated with arrangements of poinsettias leader of Intermediate G. A. and Sternberg, Sam Alvarez, James A. W. Anderson, Mrs. C. H. Nas- Story." It was pointed out; for the family house-

find colorful oak leaves, Mrs. One Wiggins, pianist. Dennis, D. P. Carpenter, James worthy Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs. O. that at,the Christmas season' most party. d
formed the setting for a real fish Plans were made for sending Richard Wainwright, and W. H L. Haynes, Mrs. E. S. Matthews. 'programs rendered by churches "
supper with plenty of fish, "hush boxes to needy families at Chrlstmua. Graham. Circle Number Two: Mrs. Pearl centered around the dramatazu- :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Aldermanand
puppies," potatoes, slaw, coffee, of two sons of Baltimore Md. 0
This class, the youngest In the Simpson circle chairman; Mrs. lion of the Christmas stories 0 0
and cake. Circle No. 1 will have charge of Sunday School, having been or- W. E. Middleton, Mrs. L. D. Green, Matthew and Luke. They are superbly are expected to arrive here Sunday

3 Committees for making UUs the program and church flower arrangements ganized this Fall, Is one of the Mrs. J. F. Colley, Mrs. F. H Long, beautiful stories. But the morning and will spend a week

t, such an eventful occasion were: for January most active. Plans are constantly Mrs. Hogan Smith, Mrs. CharleyE. danger is that we fail to stress the with Mr. Alderman's mother, Mrs.

refreshment. committee, Mrs. Ver- being made to improve the class Johns Mrs. Carrie Ritch, Mrs. fact of the Incarnation of God. O. W. Alderman. Mrs. E. R Line Of

gie Flynn and Mrs. C. J. Powell; L Andrews, and Mrs. Ira Wilson.A and to increase the membership.The Leonard F. Smith, Mrs. S. A. Weldon We lose sight of the Deity of Marshburn and three daughters, LIGHTS TINSEL ICECYCLES .'I
entertainment and decorating committee J. Griffis and C. J. Powell members wish to extend an Mrs. L* D. Vining, Mrs. A. Z. Christ by emphasizing the Babe in Miss Louise Marshburn of Jack- ETC.CARPENTER'S, .

Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. W. fried the fish for the party. invitation to all young people from Adkins Mrs. D. A. Knight, Mrs the manger. The Roman Catholic sonville, and Misses Betty and ,
eighteen through thirty to meet V. B. Harrell Mrs. E. K. Ferryman church pictures Christ in most instances Mona Claire of Tallahassee, will
with them. Mrs. A. Wood Mrs. W. B. as a Babe in arms. Many also be guests at Mrs. Alderman's
FUNERAL DIRECTORMy Parks, Mrs. A. H. Green, Mrs. L.. of their most famous paintings home STORE

Many Tears Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render P. A. Crosby HonoredOn C. Ray, Mrs. W. S. Stroman, Mrs being Madonnas. This turns the -- --

EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE S. S. Dowling, Mrs. W. A. Bessant,, attention of their worshippersmore

MODERATE PRICES Eighty-first Jr. Mrs. L. H Jennings. to the mother than to the BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull

DeWITT C. JONES Birthday AnniversaryLast Last month, Mrs. W E. Middle Son. We need today to emphasizethe
line of Caskets: &: Undertaken Supplies
fact that Christ the Incarnation
Starke. Florida ton was elected president for thyear e was AMBULANCE
Saturday was a happy time of the Eternal God SERVICE
and the members are, DAY AND NIGHT
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
i looking forward to a profitable John's Christmas story contains S3 PRONE-5S
Crosby near Brooker when their year under her leadership. only one short sentence, yet how G. n. BENNETT Mgr
i children gathered to celebrate the irfuch of profound truth Is compressed -
During the business session the I
eighty-first birthday anniversaryof voted' : therein-"The Word was
Society to 'give $15.00 for
their father.At "
made flesh and dwelt
the new heating 'system for the
the noon hour a delicious din- church; also it was voted to give -John 114.: 1\1I1I\ln"lIIIn""mnrJII'.J\'IJ\I\lI\\I\I\I\IJ\"I\I.n''IIUl\ \ \'' \\ \\\\\ \''' ''' \ \.,'''''\ "' \ \ \ .\\ \ ,,' .-.ate
ner was spread on a long table We have Incorporated Into our INSTITUTION"m
which had been placed under the $10.00 to the pipe organ fund. Christmas celebration a good deal s f f

huge oak trees which surround the After the business had been disposed of Paganism. The Christmas Tree -' t

Crosby home. A large birthday of, Mrs. Simpson read a, from the old Teutonla cultus, San- $ ;
I cake was prominently displayedand scripture lesson and Mrs. White, ta Claus from an old Holland le- ,
Mr. and Mrs. Crosby occupiedthe read the"poem "In the Castle of gend. The day we purport to cele- '", I,

seats of honor at the table. My Soul. brate as Christ's birthday we ob-

The following children were serve as if it were a nightmare of ,

----.... present: Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Cros- Spaghetti SupperFor swapping. We give presents to ev- ,I Ii

..-.=:- by, Mr. and Mrs.' A. L. Crosby, Club MembersMr. erybody but the one whose birth-
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Crosby, Mr. day it Is. If people were to cele- .
t and Mrs. S. M Mott, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe were brate our birthdays by giving

4' It takes a day like Christmas Day Raleigh Waters, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. hosts Monday night at 7:00: o'clock' presents to others we would think
j Gainey, all of Brooker; Mr. and when they entertained members of we were being terribly slighted.
To rouse old friendships out. Mrs. L. A. Futch of Lawtey; Mr. their bridge club at a spaghetti Why not give what we have to

I To send an eager wish to youWe've and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and Mr. supper. Him and to those to whom He

r thought all year about. and Mrs. Arden Crosby of Youkon; The lower floor of the home was would give were He here the i

and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dukes of colorfully decorated with holly, needy We ought properly to II

Lake Butler. Thirty-one grand- pine and other.CJhrjstmaa: greenery.The celebrate Christmas by giving to

children and seven great grand- dining table was decorated in those who could not by any means I I We extend to you Christmas greetingsand

MATHEWS MODEL children were also present.Mr. silver and green, having as its give us anything In retyrn. Christ- good will, and may boundless holiday

Crosby received a number of I central embellishment a silver bas- mas would then be a day of hap- i cheer be ever yours. To our ever-widening
useful gifts from his children and ket of red berries. piness and real pleasure to those It
circle of friends
DAIRYCARPENTER'S we are especially grateful I
from friends who called during the Supper was served on card tables who profess to love Christ and His this .
i i day. placed in the living and din- cause. r
iI -- ,- +.- Ing rooms. Red candles in silver Tabernacle
Intermediate League holders centered each table Last Friday night "Man's' Great- !i!

' I I Enjoys Social and the tally-place cards repeatedthe est Sin" was the subject of the i
F Christmas motif. A gaily sermon. This sin is the despisingand [
, The Intermediate Department lighted tree added a further dec- rejecting of the love of God. .
of the Epworth League of the orative note to the living room. God has manifested the highest I
Methodist Church held its monthly After three love to a sinful world, but man SHOPPE !
'} THE supper progressionsof
in the Sunday School build- bridge were goes on Indifferent to the sacrificeof
enjoyed. Mrs. W.
Ing on Thursday night of las Christ and careless of his soul's
B. Sewell ;
won high score for ladies PHONE 97 i
American Made Christmas 'Tree week. Many enjoyable games were and was presented with a welfare.
played, after which refreshmentswere I The Christian's j PLACE YOUR t
Lights, assorted colors and all blue crystal cigarette holder. L. D
served. Vining received "a: double deck of ingratitude. All one has to do to !

i Outdoor Tree Lights and extra bulbs Those present were:: Ida Lulu cards as high for men. prove that Is to glance over the sawmmmmmmesasemmmnaomanmmmsnalsemnamairnsmmnmmnimmme, \ \ """' \ : n"'Mnlm"\lIn"IIIII"-"" '\
Davis Frank Robinson III Leon-
membership roll of the average
of all kinds ard Smith, Jr., Marjorie Davis,, Those enjoying this' lovely af- church then drop in on one of

*'-1 Virginia Sewell, Elise Green, Fred- fair with Mr. and Mrs. Hoppe their services some Sunday and
Adrienne Toilet Sets were: Mr. and-Mrs. J. E. Wilson
die Wimberly, Buddy Davis, Billy see the empty pews. One Is led to
L Lee, Shirley Colley, Billy Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mr. ask the question Christ asked after TREAT YOURSELFAND
Cara Nome Toilet Sets and Mrs. L, D.
Comer Perryman, Brian HarrellVirginia Vinlng, Mr. and the ten lepers had been cleansed,
r 1 i Anderson, Michael Dew, Mrs. M. F. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. "But where are the nine" If God
1 Coty Toilet Sets Mrs. L. F. Smith, and Mrs. Frank Edward Burns, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. has cleansed us from our sins cer- FAM'ILYWITH

Robinson. Matthews, Mrs. Jeannette Kincald. tainly it Is not asking too muchof
Evening Bags with double Compact, Mrs. H. B. McLendon. and Miss us to expect that 'we" will be
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from $2.50Monogrammed f' o Essie Coleman. faithful in serving Him with our

i I FOR ALL FORMS OF Misses Katie and Virginia Fu- money and our time.
; Stationery from 50c gate assisted the hosts in serving Special Christmas Program

I, their guests.Woman's Friday night, December 23, a WINTER COMFORT
Christmas Cards with INSURANCEPLEASE
Envelopes Christmas program, "The Road to
from Ic to lOc each ClutTTo Meet Bethlehem" will be given. There

.' PHONE 146 Mrs. will be songs and poetry by the
E. K.
Perryman, chairman
All kinds of fancy Christmas dress- of Legislation, will have charge of young people and children of the .
'; ings for packagesMen's the at the Mission Hall. All welcome. Don't
program regular social
HAROLD C. WALL forget to
meeting of the Starke Woman's "Keep Christmas for
r'' Genuine Leather Bill Folds at Christ."
, Club which
AgencyAgcy. will be held Wednes-
popular prices day afternoon, D!c.,'28?Lat, 3:30:

Est. Over 50 Years o'clock In the club building.
t i I Evening in Paris Gift Sets DUO THERM
Mrs 1.. A. Canova, president, -
Ladies Brush will the meeting.
Comb and Mirror Sets ------- open

Hostesses for the afternoon will

r Men's Fitted Cases be: Mrs. C, H. Naaworthy, Mrs.L. .

A, Shepherd, Mrs. E. L.
( r SOLVED Biggs, i
n Men's Shaving Sets Mrs. Herbert Hart, Mrs. A. H. HEATERS

Johns, Miss Lucille Edwards, Mrs. THE
Schick Electric Shavers, now $12,50 The Gift Problem Jack Williams, Mrs. Jake Roberta,

' Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, and Mrs. Clen- SMILE .
Gentlemen's Club Stationery, both .:.. With A nie Hlckok.
plain and of
monogrammed -- +

"Zippit"BRIEF Miss Stump's Glee Club .

Heard Over Radio PROTECTION

.'7 CASE Friends here of Miss Marjorie It can! only come from A NEW WELCOME AWAITS YOUR
Stump, daughter of Mr and Mrs. solid, adequate Iiuiir-
SURE TO PLEASE ALL F. F. Stump and public school mu ance! Every element of
Y 1I PROFESSIONAL MEN sic teacher in Bunnell, will be interested worry and fear Is taken HOME-COMING WITH THIS

BUSINESS MENSTUDENTS to'''learn of the success from your shoulders ,
she' Is having with her girls' glee and the cost I* small! MODERN CONVENIENCE
club. In a recent'issue of a'Bun-

In Brown or Black nell paper Miss'Stump was highly LET US WRITE

praised for her splendid work and
DJ Q J&zrs As Low As mention was mad of. the numberof YOUR INSURANCE!

I If times the glee club was to be We represent several large, I

heard over the radio from stations reliable companies In the
I WMFJ and WFOT. The glee club Theft Liability Annuity

has also made several appearancesat Life and Fire field. DAVIS
THEM NOW AT the Methodist and Baptist QUIGLEY &

THE BRADFORDCO. I Churches in Bunnell and at the JOHNS ANDWAINWRIGHT
Community Church in San Meteo.
TELEGRAPH And on the evening of December ,

STARKE FLA. 21 the singers sang Christmas car'ola PHONE IS
on the streets of Bunnell.

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Dr. S. Sternberg of Dnytona 1 John L. Hiigan of Mobile, Ala Miss Hazel Moore and Miss Von- Mrs. L S. Hutto and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump and
Beach will spend Christmas with la spending the Christmas holidays da Inman, students at the University Misses Edna and Gamlta Hutto, daughter., Misses Evelyn and Mar.
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern- with his mother, Mrs. J. W. Megan of Alabama In Tuscaloosa are Mrs A. H. Hall and daughter Jorie Stump, will spend Christmas .
Bits of berg. and Mr. and Mrs. A. O. An- spending the holidays here with Sharon, and Tlllman Hutto spent Day In Jacksonville with Miss Lillian ,1
dreu. relatives MoiiUny in Jacksonville Stump, who is in training at I; i
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Williams and St. Luke's Hospital.

family will visit relatives In Wil- Mrs. S. E. Browolee will spend Mrs. Julia Eastman spent sever Mrs. K. G. Duncan and children, i.,
I Iocal Ne liston. during the Christmas holidays the Christmas holidays In Gatnrs- al days In Lake Butler this week Kaspar and Margaret Rose, and R. Charles William Chalker, a student -
vllle with her son-in-law and where she was called because of F. Thels will leave Monday for a at The Citadel In Charleston
CONCERNING PEOPLE BUSINESS AND daughter, Judge and Mrs. A. V. the Illness of her brother, C. H. week's visit in Tennllle, Ga., with S. C., arrived Thursday to spend ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Durden and Long. Register Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith. the holidays( with his mother, Mrs.

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY ANn TOWN family of Savannah Ga., will C. W. Chalker, and grandmother, ,,,,, ;'
spend Christmas here with rela Mr. and Mrs. William II. SI ruth Miss Miriam Guy a student at Mrs. A. M. Darby. >
tives. I Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Nusa- \
II and Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Struth the Florida State College for Women -
baum of Jacksonville will be guests
I I spent the first of the week in at Tallahassee Is spending the
---' Paul E. Canova, who Is Christmas Day of Mrs. Nusa- Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall and
Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. W. holidays In Hampton with her par- I
biro N D. Wainwright spentTllI' Miss Johnnie Russell will "spend, in Bartow( will come home today baum'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. family)/ Jacksonville and Mr. and
L. Edwards. ents, the Rev. snd Mrs. J. T. Guy.
day in Jacksonville. Christmas In St. Augustine with to spend the holidays with his I Jacobs.Dr. Mrs. J. H. Gill and eon, Jackie (1..
t relatives. family.Mr. Joe of Munroe, N. C., will upend t 7:
tI Mrs. T. A. Steele and family of John Guy, principal of the '
I L. F. Dlnklns the Christmas holidays! with Mr.
and J. W. Brownlee,
Chan. A.
)jr Gainesville and Miss Dorothy Fountain High School in Fountain, .,,
jSjpcnt ruesday In Jacksonville. Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely of Lake and Mrs. G. L. Patten of Darby, and Merrill d. McMillim Snpp of Tallahassee will spend the N. C., Is spending the Christmas and Mrs J. M. Alvarez. ',n R

City was visiting friends, here Sun- Tallahassee were guests Sunday of leave Sunday afternoon for a Christmas holidays here as guestsof holidays In Hampton with his par- and Mrs. Pearl :M
Mrs. Olin White
day afternoon. Mrs. Patten's mother, Mrs E. E. week's camping trip In Dixie Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp. ents, the Rev. and Airs J. T. Guy. In St. ';
NEw Canova.Mr. County. Simpson "spent Wednesday
accompanied V\
Augustine They were
Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., and daughter Mrs. Taylor Belcher has returned Mra. Volley McKinney and sons, Esther who .C
home by Miss Simpson
AT CARPENTER'S Dorothy Ann, spent Wednes- and Mrs. L. A. Davis will to her home In Garrlson-on-the- and Mrs. Annie E. Ward, and Mrs. school there and who .
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day in Jacksonville.Mrs. spend Christmas In Fernundina Amonds Marlow recently visited attending -
Hudson, New York, after spending -
P Smith spent Sunday In with/ Mr Davis' mother, Mrs. Mary CHsfi ACS some time here with her mother Mr. McKinney, who is a patient in her will mother.spend the holidays here with :,;

flnt with his brother S. E. Harry Roberts of Tampawas A. Davis. Mrs. J. L. Frazee. the Veterans Hospital, at Augusta,
the guest last week-end of Ga.
Ith I AT CARPENTER'SMr :"! Mr. and Mrs J. R. Halllgan have
Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe. E. L. Matthewsand Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight '
returned from a trip to Key
Mrs. PM. Barefoot and Mrs. B. Miss Madge MIddleton spent and Mrs. S. A. Weldon and spent the week-end In Callahan as Mrs. S. F. Hamrick will have as and other points In South Flor
g. iwHell spent Tuesday in Jack-' Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell and Jacksonville.Friday night and Saturday in children will spend Christmas Dny guests of Mrs. Knight's brother her guests during the holidays her ida. They will remain here until "
anvllles. family will visit In Leesburg and in. Winter Park with Mrs. Weldon's and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. son-In-law and daughter, Mr. and after Christmas Day and then wjll ;
Bartow the Mrs. W. H. Nollman and daughters -
during holidays. C.
Mr. and
parents Mrs. D. R. start on their homeward Journeyto
Struth of Miami is the I Betty Jane and Catharine,
)[ V B. Harrell and Mrs. Har- Mrs. H. A. Bishop and Miss Harriet guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Stanley Bennett, who Is of Sebrlng. Whittier, Cal "I
Ly Houston spent Monday In Jack- W. H. Struth, during the Christ-
Bishop were visiting relativesin taking a beauty course in Jackson-
and Mrs. T. T. Long and Mr. and Mrs. George W. Marks t:
mvllle Green Cove Springs mas holidays. ville, arrived for visit Mrs. R. A. Jennings of Sterling
Monday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter will Saturday a and daughter, Marjorie, of De- I.J
Christmas with Mr. Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. III., and Miss Vida Jennings of .j
spend in Baconton, Ga., 1 Land, Mr. and Mrs. DeWItt C. ;
W. M. Wimberly, spent the Frank Parker of New York City with their mother, Mrs. W. T. G. II. Bennett. Bismark, Ind., will be the holiday I Jones, Darby Jones, and Miss :
was the week-end guest of Mr. and t
week-end in Orlando with Mr. Jackson. guests of Mra. Jennings' son and
Wimberly, who Is stationed there. Mrs. J. B. Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. Miss MIgnon Sisson of Raleigh, daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. L. Elise Jones, of Gainesville will be I'' ."1 1I
UJRHTRDSOUND W. B. guests Christmas Day of Mrs. A. If; ;1\
Mundy.Mr. H. I
MISS HANNAH SWINDELL'S N. C., arrived today to spend the Jennings.Mr. M. Darby and Mra. C. W. Chalker.
Mrs. O. J. Griffin and Owen W. TABLECLOTH WILL UK Christmas holidays with her mother I .i,
Griffin of St. Augustine will be and Mrs. A. O. Andreu and AWARDED AT STUMP'S! STOnESATtUD.'l' Mrs. R. A. Weeks, and Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth and ';.i'i
holiday guests of Mrs E. L. Biggs. Miss Hannah Swindell spent Sun- : AFTERNOON AT 4 Weeks at Brooker. children, Kaapar and MargaretRose Miss Kate Struth will have as .1 :-'i
In Jacksonville
day visiting friends O'CLOCK. and R. F. TheIs will spend "J
guests during the holidays Mr. and
Miss Lois Adklns and Miss and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Killian left Saturday afternoon in Gainesvilleas
Kitty I Mrs. W. L. Edwards and daughter 'i; ;,
for their home in
Hogsed spent Sunday in Gainesville Mr. and Monday Waynes- guests of Mr. Duncan's brother ', '
Mrs. .
R. L.
Eppersonand Fredrlcka: Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. \\,
with Miss Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins vlllo, N. C. after spending sometime and sister-in-law Mr. and Mra. T. ) ':
-A in Margaret Adkins. children of Jacksonville, Mr. 1
package Cook'sStore Bauknlght and daughter, Jane
: were dinner guests Tuesday night here with Mrs. KUlian'abrother E. Duncan. I ..
Jugs, jugs Jugs, all kinds 'of Judge and Mrs H. L Sebring and Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Joe Truby. Merrill, all of Jacksonville; Mr t
f Jugs at Cook's Store. Itp In Gainesville. daughter, Mary Sue, of Gainesville, and Mra. W. W. Page and sons, 'I"
Mrs. Annie Schell of Luke Butler Henry Munasau and Henry Ma- Billy and Martin, of Lake City; ,\
VANTED.Your orders for GlenSt R Mr. and Mrs. John M. Whitte- and Mrs. Tcreaaa Hyatt of St. naasu, Jr., of Lakeland will spend CBRlriiA WS Mrs. J. F. Johnson and daughter,. J
Mary trees and shrubs. Will I more will spend the Christmas holidays !. Petersburg will bo guests Christmas the Christmas holidays here as ... ,j Dorothy, of Plant City; and Mrs. ;;j
sin Starke all day Saturday at in Lakeland Day of Mrs. W. J. Epperson guests of Mrs. C. t, Manassa and L. M. DeSha and daughter Mar- ..
and Bradenton
p Ford Garage.-H. B. Wiggins. Itp AX CARPENTER'SMr 'with relatives. tSr. Miss Mina Manassa. AT CARPENTER'S jorle, of Wildwood r !

j :NTIRE second floor, 2 bedrooms. -
and Mrs O. H. Lawson and
f !living room, dining room, and Miss Lucille Kennedy will spend I
family of Auburndale,
were guests
kitchenette Private bath, hot and the Christmas holidays in Baxley, ; !
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. H A. Law- A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL
|old water. -Mrs. S, F. Hamrick, son. Ga., with her parents, Dr. and
' Walnut St. ItpfVANTED _. Mrs. F. D,, Kennedy. .

-To lease a good farm, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark of
r Mrs. H. C. Wall and Mrs. Wade
;i not under 20 acres In cultiva Miami will spend Christmas hereas TIP i
Kennedy Tallahassee were the TOP GROCERY
I tion, for at least 3 years. Cash guests of Mrs. Clark's parents, :
: guests Monday and Tuesday of Mr. :
I f-nt Box: 254: Starke, Fla. ''Sr.Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, and Mrs. W. L. Wall. .
They will be accompaniedhome ;:iY

t OR old SALETwo milk cows. fresh O. J.five-year-Anders, Jr., who by Mrs.will spend N. D. several Wainwright days, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Murphy and FIVE FREE TURKEYS GIVEN AWAY 8 P. M. SAT. NIGHT 4

' jiwtey, Fla. 12-23-4t-l-13-pd I with them. son, James Edward, Jr.. of Palut-
ka, were guests Sunday of Mr. and I
Mrs. V. B. Harrell.

t NAT SEZ: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Killlan. who I CAULIFLOWER 12cl I GOOD ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc LARGK, FANCY

have spent several weeks here returned Walnuts lb. 22c 1
Monday to their home in I ,

MERRY Waynesvllle, N. C. 1,: POT A,rOES NU,1 1 0 Ibs. 17 FANCY I.

Mr. and Mrs. W. M Wainwright]I IRISH c :
and family of Tallahassee will be j Brazil Nuts 19c
the holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. j

CHRISTMAS N. D. Wainwright, Sr. Cal. Large Lettuce ea. 7'/c' GREEN BEANS 2 Lbs. 15c

Senator and Mrs. C. E. Johns Raisins lb. lOc l
and son, Jerome, spent Sunday in ,

t FOLKS mother Gainesville, Mrs.with A. M.Senator Petit. Johns''' Cal. Large Celery, ea. lOc l CRANBERRIES 20c LONDON LAYER :.z..z.RAISINS j.

-- Mr. and Mrs. L. D. VIning will
! 4) P! t spend Christmas in Dublin, Ga.. FANCY RED WINEHAPP EATING

as guests of Mrs. Vlnlng'a parents,
Other Useful Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Joiner. APPLES DOZEN 20c Pound lOc .

Mr and Mrs. Dupont Murphryof HUN SWEET '
Gifts Raleigh N. C., are guests of
: Mr. and Mrs. George B. Flynn and : J
Mr. and Mrs. E J. Flynn. 'T* I YELLOW- POUNDS PRUNES Lb. k
ll Delicious doz. 23c ,
J+fp ting Apples | :


k PAJAMAS S 5 Lbs 20c l COCONUTS each 5c .


MUNSINGWEARSOCKS Mr. and Mrs. John Inglesby of
Jacksonville and Mrs. Lucia Sur- ORANGESDgZ25C MEAL, 5 Lbs. 8c

o TOM SAWYER SHIRTS pleaa of Lakeland were guests
taooo Sunday of Mrs P. E. Canov.

SAMiAI MEN'S FLANNEL ROBES Friends regret of to Mrs.learn O.that L.she Beasleywill is ill T ANGER NEs. Doz. 5cl BU. MIXED FRUIT, 65c GRITS PEARL CORN, 5 Lbs. lOc

RAYON HOUSE COATS at the home of her parents, Mr.
... Mr. and Mrs. George C. White
LADIES' SILK and daughter, Frances, of Talla- CANDY OLEO.Lb. 121/2
= DRESSESIJEDROOM hassee, are holiday guests of Mr. No. 2 1 size 19c lb. 1 Oc

White's mother, Mrs. J. W. White. ,
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HOLEPROOF Mrs. H. C. Maxwell of Ocala Is
HAND HAGS; spending some time here with her CRANBERY SAUCE Dromedary 1 Lb. Can. lOc APPLES Lb. lOc
HOSIERY MEN'S INITIAL husband who is In charge of con ,
struction on the new armory here.
fit i Silk,/' Velour, Gift Boxes HANDKERCHIEFS J DRIED

I I Aa*Everyone gilt and exclaims IM modest over ,the cost"beauty! There MEN'S AND BOOTS BOYS I guest spent Mrs.of the Mae her week-end Jones brother-in-law. of here Jacksonville aa and the TABLE PEACHES 15c I TIP TOP COFFEE, Lb. 20c PEACHES, 12'/c C !

I Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middle-
I "ery for slender ankles' In the clear, MEN'S LEATHER I ton sister. COUNTY HISTSUGAR NO. Z! SIZE CAN
j **>wlei beauty of Holeprool Hosiery! JACKETS I I

I M doubly certiRed quality ,that means BOXES Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mlddleton PEAS FANCY TOMATOES 6c
IU'rprl TIES IN XMAS Sue, of RICE 5 Ibs 15c ,
] ln9ly long wear! Pocked for and daughter, Marjorie .

ort""os, ''n I lovely silk velour giflbosres. PART WOOL BLANKETS with Jacksonville Dr. and, will Mrs.spend V(. E.Christmas Middle ((3)) 303 cans 25c UE FAT LIVE

19c $1.00 $1.15 BATES BEDSPREADS ton. | .. 45c I Turkeys f''
Thomas S. Hogsed, Jr., of U. S. FLOURL Pkg. lOc
GIFT BOX puuMEN'S $1 PAJAMAS S. SIrius, Is spending the Christ- 25c
FREE WITH mad holidays with Dr. and Mrs.
CHASE; OF TWO PAIR MEN'S KID GLOVES W. B. Parks and Miss Kitty Hog- Pound 25c

-- -- sed. MACARONI, Boxes lOc BULK COCONUT, Lb. 20c Ii

of Mr. and ,
the guest Wednesday Lb. 35c
Mrs. E. R. Struth. He was accompanied .
back to DeLand by Mrs.
Struth, who will spend the Christ- 24 1b&45 unnvs FANCY

mas holidays with her parents, FLOUR? c tiLK,3tall 17c
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tatum. Mr ,

Struth mas. will Join them for Christ I I I

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.,; m 7/.tl forMo EARN AAA ALLOWANCEFOR i (Continued from Page One) I

ern Florida farmers can plant I +l 4.e I II

By Isabella S. Thursby trees between now and January i v HI HIW.
Extension Economist In Food and thus earn payments from the 1 r .,
C'oimonatlouRabbit federal government that they will
not otherwise earn, says C. H
Is a meat that should be ;t ;3
Coulter assistant state forester
I Iw
J as prominent In Florida as it Is Triple A officials estimate that I, n W s
thousands of dollars In soil building .
sections of the country. .
in many ,
allowances which have been :
Many people enjoy the gamey flaw II ,r ,
set up for individual farms will
cotton-tall, while
or of tho wild
not be earned unless considerable I 4 '
others prefer the delicately flav- r
acreages are planted In trees before R PIt s'4f1'I' '''vI'r '
ored meat of the domestic or ir
the end of 1938, Coulter says >
hutch-fed rabbit. ,
Farmers with unearned allow- J
Rabbit may be cooked in prac- ances can qualify\ for payments by I j I I II Ii I I k r rr
for chicken ?
suitable r
tically any way setting pine seedlings on woods- i :
first cutting up the meat Into land or abandoned old fields. For inn ', t
serving-size pieces. Young, tender --". '...... ty
full .
payments of 7.50 acre,
rabbits may be fried or baked, 650 trees are required. Coulter Despite his horrific experience: Scrooge I Then, from the depths of the house comes is the Ghost of Old Marley, his former Scrooge's only
enters the from
house escape
j and older ones cooked e ncasseroleor says 8x8' spacing requires 680 unlocks the door, mounts to his the room.stairs After and a chunking noise- -a noise of dragging I partner, dead these seven years! Its I to learn to love mankind '11,* taw ,II
simmered In brown or tomato trees about chains. They rattle louder and louder. Up chains are forged with cash-boxes, keys, through the Jps-i
per acre, costing $1.80 careful survey reassures him that everything ledgers, deeds and sons he will be taught
I heavy It by; three,
gravy. for is it the stairs. Along the hall. To the purses. Amen
and The
seedlings express. : as should be, he shouts very walls that It is doodled to wanner'ng' forever who will visit him that ,
A casserole of rabbit that has young seedlings should be protected "HumbugBut"' something moving on the door of his room! And as Scrooge, trem- because while on earth Jacob Mar- will\ arrive the night) lh tint
been cut in pieces browned In bacon from fire and from cows and wall catches his eye A rusty old service bling, stares!' at the door, a shadowy figure ley knew no kindness toward his fellowmen second at Two the clock strike One tilt
; third
fat, and then baked In a gravy hogs. bell, silent for years, begins ringing by passes right through; the stout oak panel- It warns Scrooge that he will be Ghost vanishes Just at Three
will be found a very acceptable District foresters of the Florida lL:>elf! ling, Into the room before his very eyes! similarly doomed. ONE us the :lock rtpg:

holiday dish indeed. Forest and Park Service at Pan-

Any preferred vegetables may ama City, Tallahassee, Lake City,
be served with the rabbit as with Jacksonville and Lakeland will be tlf

chicken. Florida cranberry sauce glad to aid farmers in placing (
or Jelly served with the meat addsa orders for seedlings and in setting .. tac

festive touch to the menu. them t L

Fricassee Rabbit "Pine plantations will earn good r5'.p'Y -

( Skin, disjoint, wash, drain, and money from pulpwood gum farming d t bl s
dredge with flour. Place In refrig- or saw timber," says Coulter. _

erator until two hours before din- In conclusion, he urges farmers to e

ner time. At that time, brown plant now for best results. '- tA'r
In hot fat In t
the rabbit pieces a
I w w Ft ,I It
1 frying pan, then add salt and pepper STRAWBERRY ACREAGE d :_ t
!' I as desired, a small onion finely LARGEST IN 10 YEARS
I cut, and a bit of celery. Pour IN PROSPECT FOR 1939
over all one cup of milk. Cover

closely and cook very slowly until GAINESVILLE. Strawberry 1 rr

dinner is to be served. As the acreage for picking in 1939 will be

milk cooks away, it may be re- about 197,000 acres-the largest
placed from time to time. After
since 1929 to
according early reports e
removing the meat, thicken the
received by the Bureau of --
liquid to make a tasty gravy. Agricultural Economics and discussed The curtains of Scrooge's bid are pulled It places its hand on Scrooge's heart, Scrooge sheds a tear-his first In years- The Spirit remarks that Fan and Old
Serve with hot boiled rice. In the Florida Agricultural aside with a swiss-ss-ss-ssl! He looks enabling him to fly back to the very over his sister's kindness. The Spirit then Fezzlwlg would be happier, were they alive,
tremblingly to find a Spirit at his school he attended as a boy: There he takes
Baked Extension up him to an old warehouse on a shadowy if Scrooge were kind to Fred and Bob
SquirrelSkin Service annual straw-
I bedside. The Spirit l Is no bigger thana sees his jolly classmates leaving for the street where he served as apprenticeto Cratchit. The Spirit threatens to show
d clean thoroughly, and wash berry outlook report. child, and from under Its tall hat Christmas Holiday; and sees himself, too, Old Fezzlwlg. The bright Light of Grati- him his present greed. The Light
' squirrels Wipe dry and stuff with This prospective acreage for the shines out the bright Light of Grat- a forlorn little boy, left all alone. His slater tude shining from the Spirit's hat waxes blindingly bright. Scrooge tries 10 blot groWl> It
t' sausage meat or other dressing. 1939 harvest is 9 percent greater itude. This is the Spirit of ChristmasPast. Fan, who grew up to be Fred's mother, brighter as Scrooge recalls old Fezziwtg'sgoodness out. As he grapples with the Spirit the
i Sew up or tie and roast In a hot than the 1938 harvested acreage, rescues him from his loneliness. to him at Christmas time. clock strikes TWO.
oven, basting with butter and water and about 7 percent above thee

y at first, and later with th 1927-36 average. Acreage Increasesover
liquid in the pan. Roast until 1938 are indicated for the I
brown and tender, garnish with late, intermediate, and second- II ry DP

lemon and parsley and serve with early groups of states. In the I

'j ; wild grape or plum jelly. early states, where marketing dil'Icultics -

have been most sr ..
TRAIN SCHEDULE ed in recent years, some pronounc-I

Schedule of trains arriving here In the acreage for "K r
daily Subject to change without IB reported likely. I I, oAs _

notice. If per-acre yields in 1939 should : r _
Southbound-Due Starke equal the 10-year ((1927-36)) average : .

N(). 1- -Local- 11.25 p. m. production on the indicated I s
No. 191--Through____ 10.29 p. m. acreage would be about 300 xnil- | x g
b No. 107-Through____ 837a.m. lion quarts. i d 3i *tt e } ih4-4
Northbound-Due Starke The Bureau said, "The 10391 I Y R -

No. 2-Local_ 523a.m. strawberry crop will probably be j OW' w

o- N(). 108-Through_ 5.4 1 p, m. marketed under somewhat more I|
Starke and Bell Branch favorable demand conditions than i
N(). 101 leaves Starke 7.00: a m. was the 1938 crop." The effect. 1
P No. 102 arrives Starke 1.60: ; p m. upon prices, of yields equal to or1 I -

' (Dally except Sunday's) above average on the larger acre-j the clock strikes Two, Scrooge finds The first stop is the Baker's Shop where Then Scrooge finds himself watching the There is something so Infectious bout

r T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent.COLDS. age, however, may more than himself back In bed He peers throughthe the poor have their Christmas dinners gaiety, the warmth, the cheer and the hap- the Cratchits' good will and the ove of I
set the effect of bed curtains. His room Is a bower cooked. Scrooge Bees how joyous the poor py content of the Cratchit Family at din- to I
relieve* consumer demand. of Ivy and holly! On a throne made of can be despite their misfortunes. Next, ner; for poor Bob, whom Scrooge has discharged Bess and Fred that Scrooge is moved
666 all things good to eat sits a jovial giant, the Giant takes him: to church where has spent his last salary on such a say: "I LOVE Christmas'! And right
flr.t day HAMPTON the Spirit of Christmas Present! It Fred and his sweetheart Bess, and meal as no Cratchit ever had before! And on the heels of his determination. to< be Ml
t Headachesand bids Scrooge arise and walk abroadto Bob Cratchlt and his crippled son the final visit is to Bess' house where good a man as Bob and Fred! -ome !the I
' 1 Fever Mim! Ada Nimmo, Correspondent see the Christmas on Earth that Tiny Tim, happily celebrate the Christmas Fred and all\ their friends make merry for doleful ringing of bells sounding 'hf hour

(' Liquid Tablet la 30 Klnate. night' Service. Christmas. of THREE.
1' Salve, No.. DropS ... to (;Cold. A, W. Warren and family, who

have been making tour of California
I a -
Liniment . _
Try "Kub-My-Tlsm"-A] Wonderful Nevada, Colorado, and the m' r 1F
eastern states, are spending a .
t _: ,': : :, ". few weeks here. The Warrens were ; i ..
!r ,
formerly residents of our town and btysd .>. .
have many friends here who are t V r

always glad to see them.

Miss Ophelia. Bryan had as her ; 0j
guests her sister
recently and Y5'
h R '.: '..
brother-In-law> Mr. and Mrs. G. H
t Perry of Jennings and Mrs. Mor- S
i. gan and Mrs. Raiford of Raiford.
Mrs. Ira Brown of Gainesville Jt

spent last week-end with her moth.er .
Mrs. W. P Blrt 'Ar
L. A. Johns has repaired and $' .r

G built an addition to his residence w
In the southern part of town.

J. N Rutlage, of Lupton Colorado _.. .. .. .. ...... .....""",,, __.___,._._.._..",..." ... ".. .. "..l, s
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((4; and his family were residents of Scrooge finds himself shivering on awindswept The Phantom takes Scrooge to the Corn Silently, the Phantom moves on to Bob Trembling, Scrooge bends over the t torn

our town for several years and we moor. He looks in vain for the Exchange, where several business men die.cuss Cratch It's house. There Scrooge finds stone and reads his own name! Ha begs U1

are always glad to have them visit Jovial Giant or for some sign of the glowIng the death of some old man with as the family gathered in sorrow over Spirit to reassure him that these things"!

, CAN YOU TIIAT THINK OF ANYTHING us. Club Crutchits and the happy Bess and Fred. little concern as though he had never been the death of Tiny Tim. their dear, crippled only what MAY happen In Christmas V]
Suddenly his eyes open wide with terror; born. Scrooge begs the name of the man; child. Scrooge for Scrooi I
' TUB The weeps Tiny Tim, but the To Come-not what WILL happen
CHRISTMAS! SPIRIT Sewing Circle of Hamptonmet approaching him Is the black, shrouded in answer, the Phantom leads him to a bed Phantom motions him on. It takes the Phantom to answer
him to to force
QUICKER THAN A COLD December 6th with Mrs. Belle Phantom the Spirit of Christmas; Yet whereon lies a shoruded figure. But a deserted graveyard and commands and attempts In the struggle, the Phantom shrinw*
HOUSE ON CHRISTMAS Brown. The home presented a Scrooge cannot discern the face. ;
To Come. figure's Scrooge to read a neglected tombstone dwindles and collapses to a bedpost
MORNING YOU CANTFULLY festive air with its open fire and

ENJOY TilE DAY IF Christmas decorations and a de- _
YOUR HOUSE IS UNCOMFORTABLE lightful afternoon was spent in : :. : v

AND CHILLY. sewing and conversation.The I H Ji J-- :, ,
ladles voted to call their rl
THE nEST AND MOST club "The Chatterettes Needle r

i ECONOMICAL WAY TO Club," and at the close of the afternoon i i
HOUSE a delicious luncheon was .wlr .
r WARMAT served by Mrs. Brown.GRA111ill. o t "


F TO USE GOOD- Airs. L. C. Smith. Cor.

Little Jack Surrency, who has
been In a Jacksonville hospital for I
two years, has returned home and I tt li. j'j't

OIL is much Improved. -.. '
Mrs Mack McKinzie of Hart /
i ifA.
Haven was visiting relatives recently ...
IN YOUR HEATER J -:" 1 r trYl

For Quick Service: Call Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton > A? a t
and son, Cecil, of Starke, were visiting As Scrooge awakens and realizes that The pealing of church bells sends him With breathless 1
her parents, Mr. and Mrs the Phantom has become a bedpost Hand flying to the window. "What day is dons his finest clothes extravagance takes Scrooge At the sight of Scrooge IndenlblDk
STANDARD OILCOMPANY Berry Dyal, recently. the bedpost his own and the this?" he cries to a youngboy, paining turkey safely held under a cab. and the a turkey and presents, poor But Fr'' 6
arm, pays a Christ- his Master has insane '
room his own and beat and happiest by. "IT'S CHRISTMAS DAY!" gone real
Mrs L. C. Smith has returned mas visit to Bess and Fred. Hla Scrooge :
of all, the Time before him shouts the boy. Scrooge throws down hailed with arrival is reassures him. And pro
from a visit of several day's with his own to make amends in, he leaps his purse and tells the lad to rush to the shall\ be his delight. He announces that Fred him. And best of all, Scrooge drink Ii e
K. G. DUNCAN, Agt.I her daughter, Mrs. O. O. Graves out of his bed hla heart full of gladness poulterers and buy the prize turkey hang- then set out for business Bob partner The three him a raise In salary! They (!! It I* "*- t
and, Mrs. H. D. Rogers at Winder- J and gratitude for the lessons taught Ing In the window, and rewards him witha enroute to Cratchifs house, stopping to Christmas. And Tiny Tint'God _.._ l r
buy presents for the with:
mere. him. half crown. Cratchit; children. answers the toast
Every One."


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Santa (Claim has arrived 1 at thi! : Comments On Here

U IJARDYS YQ 1 library thIs week with twenty- : And HereafterThe
> three new books for the children 1 ,I"
these will find Miss '.,

: Gertrude A. Heerlng's annual gift editor read recently a very
RAINES of five attractive books. Interesting tract telling the difference I HAI'TIST I METHODIST 1.ItESUYTEIU.\N EPISCOPAL I CHRISTIAN
t Rrv I. \ Shepherd. Hi,\, Trunk Robinson Supplied by Rev. Fred Yerkes, .1r. !Iupt.! Church School
n For the adults, the Library has between religion and milvatlon Pastor Rev. lr. Hlce and Rector Lemml.Oarr.ttA. .
[ 'ttllVT hitS HAPPENED "It'a a deal'! Andy exclaimed: the following named books which Here Is un outline. First, I J. Thomas. Supt. FJ! K. Ferryman. nev. Dr. Adams Sunday School Supt Sunday Morning
80 KAIlI They shook hands solemnly. I Sunday School ten Superintendentof Miss Ella J. Sae.e Sunday Schoel
listed to their
are according popularity religion is what man does! to and O'clock ',"
Is 10
Sunday School 'hurch School Mr.. E. M. Davie Organ .
his full
his fam- drew himself to '
'!}f Judge Hardy brings Andy up in "What American Is Read- for his God. Salvation la what B:45 A M Church School Mrs. James Carlyle Worship Servlc. q
the B ltr-X ranch where height threw out his chest and Ing": God does for man. Second religIon Morning' Service 10 A. M, Church School Mathews 8upt. Service.I it O'clock : '.
flyto toy
thevorthroten Into his 11 A. M. Morning Worship Sunday School Sunday JiJventn" [t
his. friends shoved his fists "
hi'' ,riP8 to help deep "All This and Heaven Too."- Is "do" salvation Is "done" Baptist Training Service. It A. MKvenlnir Church School 10 11M' Service 1:80: P. .r. '
.1' lnv hr -(l In litigation pockets."Oh Rachel Field. Third, religion consists of forms, \Jnlo.., 6:1(1: 1'. M. Womhlp 10 A M. bforning-11 I A. M. Prayer Me..Un& WedlLVentng i ,
.1'i' threatening/ loss of thclrrune'h's boy!" he said expansively. Service, Service. 1:90: P. M. Morning Worship 'De.day evening 1:11:
ceremonies precepts doctrines, 1:30 P. M. Frldaye:30: P. lIf, '
: ,,
Young Pennta'i
duMaurler 11 A. 111.
i'I Brux- "Now I know how the slaves felt "Rpbecca"Daphne .
I water supply. laws and commandments Salvation Prayer Meeting" League MoeUngs holy Days10 A. M. !
ton, who control this. supply, when Lincoln signed the Emanci- "The Yearling' Marjorle Kin- consists of the Impartation of Wednesday Pianist 7.80P.M.: 6:60: !'. M IIS. ALLIANCE 'Ii{" \ J
refuses to C'.n8Idt'rany pation Proclamation!" nan Rawllngs. .. Prayer Meeting" l'' .
llIdkth'e'ly a new life "You ought to be religious Mr MOil Cnnova
Wodne day, 7:30 PAt "
f{ dll4'II."lon.. toeing deter- The Judge smiled at his little "My Son, My Son" Howard ," Christian workers sometimes Choir Director Mrs. F. It. Long MISSION II.\LI. GOSPEL TAB The President'! .p",
John !
t. Powell l
nll.u-d. tel take over t.he North. experiment As Andy started Spring.and tell people. Of course, these Chairman OricnnlKt and Choir Sponsors: Sponsored': by Robinson ('
( property himself. through the door a free man, he Tell of Time"-Laura! Christian workers mean people! Donrtl of Deacons Director ?'r. and Mrs IIIr. and !'tire. Vice President "
rote into J. K Klcklltor Mrs E. K. ferryman, J. T Quigley The Rev Lftelle .-,.
almoHt bumped Aunt Milly. Krey. J. T. Quigley I I
should be Christians' However, we ChnlinmnDnard Assistant Organist 1'J"Rn"pll.tlo Service Shepherd: ,
i: CHAPTER FIVE 'SCUHH, me," he said politely. "Wisdom's Gate" Margaret nhould remember If n man's religion I of Trustees T T Long, Assistant Bible Study each each Friday" evening l'.cr.tarY-Tren.mrer': ,
L. a Powell Choir Director Tuesday evening 1,3C, 1,30, o'clock The Rev. Fred Yerkes
Judge Hardy pondered deeply Aunt Milly, a frown on her us- Ayre Barnes. is to be the right kind of religion
n the problem that confronted ually plvcld face, made sure the "Dynasty of Death"-A. J. Crt he has to be saved first. Ware ; :

ye Northcotes. Ills brow was aId door was closed before hurryingover nln. not to work for God to be oar I NEW OIL HEATERAT FORMER STARKE PASTOR'S PAGEANT { .

,' of furrows as be finally to the Judge. | "Gone With the Wind"-Margaret ed. We are supposed to work for I
j jI jj ,ke "James,1 she whispered "I'veonly Mitchell. God because we are saved A saved I :
p We can try at least one more got a second I want to warn "Young Dr. Galahad"-Eliza man will have religion, but everyman -- --

Ing an Injunction" he said to you!' beth Seifert. has u religion of some kind prelude I to the Christmas A Christmas pageant entitled Wiggins, Betty Ann Flynn, Clarice j

i Jira|, It might prove to be the "Warn me?' he said, startled "The Mortal Storm" Phyllis whether he Is saved or not. It I Is I season was ushered In at the First "Light of the World" will be pre- Thomas, and Dorothy Fax<>n. .

i ,racle we're seeking" "Marian's falling In love with Bolt ome. not religion that the world need) 'Methodist Church last Sunday ncnted in the First Baptist Church "Light of the World" was written -

Mrs Northcote smiled bravely that foreman Ray Holt, Mllly "The Joyful Delaneyg"-Hugh; There Is plenty of religion in the I morning by the Rev Frank Robinson next Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock. by a former minister of ;

i,t that moment there was a knock raced on."What". Walpole world already. The world needs pastor, and the congregationA A large cast of characters headed Starke, the Rev. Frank P. Dear- 1": ;
l the door It opened to reveal and he exclaimed incredulously "My Sister Ellten"-Ruth Mc-, Christ. The devil offers a substi I large number worshipped at by Mrs T. K. McClane. Jr., and ing, now Episcopal minister in :
i Kenney. tute. He is even willing for the the morning hour and heard the AI Kay Carlisle will offer this Crescent City. He has produced ,

"Northwest Passage"-Kenneth people to accept a church program 'I sermon on the subject of "The dramatization of the forever-new the pageant a number of times be- ;' ., '& "
Roberts Instead of Jesus Recently there Guidance of the Star. Mr Rob- Christmas story. fore large audiences with very : ".4

Other new ones which may become was a series of revival services :i Inson reminded the congregation Other characters completing the gratifying results. Because of Its I iii:

I best sellers: carried on In an orthodox church. I that there are many stars shinIng cast are Betty Green, Billy Powell, simplicity and captivating spirituality :! ''1-

"Flight Into Oblivion" Dr. The pastor and the visiting evangelist | In the sky today attempting to L. H. Harper, Freeman Register,, the play has won praise t

41a Hanna. spent a big part of their I, divert the people of the world from Jr., Arch Thomas Jr., Luther Lennon from different parts of the United it ")':
"' V f I "Black Is My True Love's Hair time appealing to church pride and | the Star of Bethlehem Among Enos Hayes, Frances Jane States and has called forth many 11 .

Roberts I church loyalty. The appeal should those cited were the stars of war, Hatfleld, and The Rev Leslie Inquiries and requests for Its use, "

I "Where Now Little Jew"-Her- always be in the name of Christ, greed l, lust, and l the mistaken em- Shepherd. The children's parts,, which have come to its young au- 'I 'j
A 1"I I manson I for His sake. A program IH alright phiisis/ that Is being placed on which greatly contribute to the thor. Mr. Shepherd has assisted .

r I "Four of Hearts" Ellery Queen I if Jesus Christ has the pre business, society, and pleasures ofi realistic tone of the pageant, will in presenting the pageant with Mr. 11\ -:.'
"Dead Don't Care"-Latlmcr. eminence. A church In a good I i I the world As a closing thought be carried by Bobby Edwards, Sell Dearing In former pastorate, and \ t '

I "Question the Night"-Kennedy. thing when the supreme place in 'Ian appeal was made to rededicate !a Sparks, Pltner Vandiviere,, has expressed his satisfaction as Ii 11

Non-Fiction the church is held by Jesus Christ | lives to God through following Ruth Goodman, and Ralph Alva- well as gratitude, for permissionto 'R
Wind" Anne Morrow the Still of Bethlehem, and being The the the in Starke.
"Listen! the -- A program or a church becomes an I rez, Jr Chorus providing present pageant
r+ j Llndberg. Idol when either one Is given i n led as were the Wine men of old musical setting and Interludes will The play will begin promptly at ;j.! q

"With Malice Toward Some"- I place above Jesus Christ. I to the manger of Christ and having I eonslttt of John H. Powell, Mrs 7:30: o'clock Sunday night. (low'i, ..:
Margaret Halsey. the Christ-child reborn In our Tlielma Dinkins, Miss Frances ever, those who wish to come earlier \ ,
i "The Horse and Buggy Doctor" I own lives. Hemmlngway. Mrs L. G. Powell ( will hear Christmas music, fi .
1 Arthur E. Hertzler In the tenth chapter of John, The evening service was I that of Marguerite ]
"Benjamin ranklin"-Carl Van Jesus made some remarkable I a beautiful pageant presented unI tleth, Madge Brownlce. Peggy Ann I public Is cordially invited. t
didn't know you were I Dorcn"Impoitance. claims concerning Himself He snid i I der the direction of Mrs. W H. ft

busy,"said Andy, glad of 1k & of Living" LinYutung. ; that He was the door Into the ], Sewell und! given by members! of II:
I Hheepfold. In other words lie Is the Senior-Young People's department No Sunday School Holy Communion f

an alibi. "I m a Stranger Here Myself"- the entrance to safety lie Is the Christmas Morn At St. Mark's 'If. ;
to heaven He said that He
I way I 'r;
I Nash. W
On next Sunday morning the
the the good Shepherd
s was Shepherd i At Presbyterian"Christmas
t prchenidve but defiant Andy. "That's utterly ridiculous.' Dithers and Jitters-Cornelia! lie was not an hireling. He pastor will use as his subject "NO The customary Holy Communion !!} '. :

B s met was set in grim lines, butign' "She hud a fight with Dennis In Otis Skinner. said that He laid down His life I I ROOM"" Assisting In this service to service will be held at midnight onChrlstmna jt 'J.
Carvel, and now she's got that "My AmerlclI"--Louls Adamic. : will be the Choir singing a special morning belongs (
Dora he no- I :
of perked up "' for the sheep He said that He I've at St. Mark's Episcopal 3.1:
look in her eyes You'd better do( "America Now -Stearns ed. down and II, Christmas anthem the homo In a rather special way .
know you were busy," something'! i I "American Dream" power to take it again and that The evening service will be composed Dr. Adams, supply pastor of the hoped

f, said glad of an alibi not to "Do something?" he repeated FoHtor. Families" no min could! take It from Him < chiefly of singing by the Presbyterian Church here, said thai many Staike people will avail ,1 7J

ce 'iht fudge after his exhibition blankly, "Whafll I do?" "One"Americas American"Sixty Eve Curie I Such claims have never been made Congregation. A short playlet will yesterday. "For this reason, our themselves of the privilege of welcoming ;j,

tb Calico that afternoon. "Ex- Milly smiled widely. "A h." she "Philosopher's Holiday"-Irwin by anybody else What He said be presented by the Intermediate regular Sunday School session will rhrlntnuis In a spiritual t Ii :a
much naturally reacted on His audiences Department and will vividly tell be omitted bn Christmas Day." f:1:
,se me said softly, "but you re so Edman. way. If the Christ be not reborn
"It vou want to talk to your wiser than any of us, James!" "Leonardo DaVlnci" -- Antonlna I Some of them said. "He has a devil again the old, old story of the birth "But all children and adults are In men, Christmas loses Its meanIng ',
of and what He has meantto
and Is mud Others said His <
She turned to the door. urged to attend the Church service -
then Dora began pleasantly.Andy Vallentln. words were not those of one who I the world during almost two ," the Rev. Fred Yerkes, pastor o
MiHy at 11 o'clock, Dr. Adams '
became the soul the Judge Belisarius" RobeitGraves
suddenly "But, pro "Count -- "
had a devil for a devil could not thousand years. continued "Mrs. W. A. Shedd, for said. 'r'
and sidled towarde tested. author of "I Claudius" and
politeness door "Don't let me rush you had "Claudius the God." open the eyes of the blind. In the I I, The mid-week< Prayer Meeting lorty years a missionary' in Persia, In addition to the Christmas t:. 1,.
His sister-in-law stopped ninth chapter of John we have Service of next week will be con- will t tell the story of The Wine Man Eve service, there will be a celebration
I wait. I could reading here!
jnt Dora. can the win Check Holiday
tit month If I have to." and looked out through you the story of Jesus opening the eyes ducted by members of the Boardof who came from Bethlehem from of the Holy Communion fit ill""
a dow. of a man who was born blind Stewards of which W. P. SmithIs Persia. Boys and ,girls of all ages at 11 o'clock Christmas! morning I
"I was Just going Andy," said "Here she comes!" she whis BOATDRAlN Jesus claimed to be God. His credentials the chairman. A cordial Invi- from five to Bevcnty-five, will findIt "Every soul of the the parish is''
rising. She turned to the "Don't tell her I told you!" Z. Z. OrlfflH, Cur. Chrlstmllsf '.i
ira pered. Mrs were His miracles. "Never tation Is extended to all to come interesting"" expected to make a
dge "Thank you, James. If you With that she quickly fled the man spake like this man," and no and worship at this mid-week ser ..-- Communion and u cordial welcome t' !i.
ty up late tonight, remember room, leaving the Judge non Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green and other man ever wrought such miracles Scientists claim that the Pacific Is extended to all," Mr. Yerkes ; ,41 .t

boxes were made to be raided!" plussed. Uncertainly he stepped Mrs. Callie Gainey were visiting He balanced all of Ills words vice.On Saturday evening, Christ- Ocean' bottom has dropped five said

Andy stood awkwardly facings to the door and say his daughter Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anders of Bethel with His aeeds That cannot be mas Eve members of the YoungPeopie'll feet In the last 5,000 years -' i
father as she left. approaching Saturday. I said of except Jesus. No Christi :Church
anyone Division will go about the ------- -----
"U-m-m Oh Ah and Charles : :'.
said Gnlney he
l "Sit down son, the Judge Harvey one else was ever as good as community singing carols. If you
C. H. the anda -
Nasworthy pastor :1
Marian! he called Priest were dinner guests of times Men not always -
talked at are
! desire their at ,
I appearance your will
few others The Church Is deeply The Rev. W. T. McGuire
Andy sat on the arm of a chair There was a spiritual look about Grady Bass Sunday. as bad as they talk. If an- home you are request to make Church 'j
I grateful for this Christmas gift. preach at the Christian
0t "Can I help It if Jake's horse her one of complete detachmenttrom Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lee of Bethel other person should appear In this this known by laving a light burn- at 11 o'clock ,
t You are moot cordially invitedto here Sunday morning _
nervous?" he spluttered. "I bet the dally problems of the I were visiting Mrs. Arch Pre- world who could do the deeds that Ing In window. This la a
I your attend the services of our His, subject will be "The Birth :
I I1U fell the first time you rode mundane sphere." I vatt, Sunday. Jesus did, such as open the eyesof custom that has been established Church at any and all of Its services Christ." Sunday night the subject ..t
"No His voiceok "Yes father, she murmured."Er Tommie Tyre of Okeechobeewas blind, deaf ears, cure
I thrown. the
was unstop by our Young People and a way in Taketh Pleasure
r and are invited to make will be "Go< .
you of t
on a serious note. "Do you ah having a nice visiting friends In this section leprosy with I a touch, call the dead which I they can be of great help this your Church home In Starke. In Ills People." '
alize you might have been klll- time?" the Judge stammered. Saturday. back from the tomb, and after performing In spreading the Christmas story, ."
Marian's! thoughts were far far Mrs John Prevutt has returned all such miracles should _._ _._ _.__._ \ ,tl
I 11 Or that the horse might haveen and the Gospel message of Jesus. '----' --'- -'--- '
seriously Injured ?" away from the ranch study. I home after spending some time declare himself to be God, I would Friends of the Church, recognizing .1.1'e .

"Oh, so a horse means more "Do you know what the great" with her daughter, Mrs William have no trouble believing! In the the necessity of having the \\ arc hoping> that every "
I said accusingly."To outdoors has made me realize ? Bailey of S.mford deity' of that person. There has (
an do Andy 0
I House! of God as comfortable a one of you enjoys the r ) I "I
your mother and me, no. Toe she asked in an exalted tone of Gladys Lee of Bethel spent the never been but one Jesus Christ the Njland :
I place to worship as worshipers happiness of Christmas \ !
horse yea. Andrew I want you voice. "The quality in men that I week-end with Thelmu Prevutt. There never will be but one Jesus desire in their other activities

i o grant me a favor, which I've admire most Is simple kindness" Joe Griffis, Jr., of Jacksonville, Christ. There have been counter- of life, have this week replaced the holiday season. ,"Y 7l+,

ten granted you."' real strength of character. was visiting relatives In this felts. The devil himself, can perform the wood-burning love that has We wish to take this op. C .i.

"Okay; said Andy, looking puz- With that she turned and swept section Sunday. certain types of miracles. But been In the Church for a numberof portunity to express our 9 I'. .,r ,
i her head In the clouds, her I Griffis was visiting his devil's miracles are counter-
>A. "I mean, yes sir. away, Zennas the years with a modern oil-burn- thanks for patronage and ",
"I want to talk man to man." censes centered only on her new brother Joe Griffis of Clay County feits.! they are not genuine.: Jesus ing Duo-therm. Thus the worshipers that '
"I'm listening" There was a Ideals her new world. I Sunday was God manifested in the flesh. who come to the church will hope we may serve '' 4
lightly suspicious look on the The Judge shook his head dole- Mrs. Ida Chase spent the weekend Only God could have done what He be assured of a warm church free ) you in the year to come. \

iy's> face. fully at this new tuin of affairs. 'I' with Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis. did. He Is all the God this poor, from soot and smoke and as com- ., I

"Your actions," the Judge said This might become serious, he Mrs Evie Johnson spent Sun- sln-cuised. troubled world needs tottable in one side of the church ) I .,
:avely "have been Insufferableer knew; the wide open spaces did i day with her father. Dave Wood- He Is the solution for every hu- as the other. The gift of this JACOBS'o !

j since that that basketball strange things to people, especially i ard. man problem. stove was made possible through I '
ones like 1 1
Her mode you think you were young and impressionable have to solve I, "EVERGREENMr the generosity of Quigley & Davis, i
wr and above ordinary human Marian He would VANDERBILT W. P. Smith, Hogan Smith, the
togs this problem: too, and the sooner I .. F. A. Hosier, Correspondent Woman's ,
Miss ('Ima Norman, Cor. Missionary !
"Well, I was the star of the the better. P. Carpenter, E. S. Matthews L- ;
"n" Andy said defensively He sank down on. his chair R. S. Rosier and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Norman and nle Vining Jim and Sanford Ritch : :

Even: the paper said so." again thinking deeply. Automati-of Miss Pauline Johns recently visIted little daughter, Fay, are visiting Dr. W. E. Middle ton, L A. Duvlll.1 .. .,.
"You played a good game" the cally, he reached for the map the In Jacksonville with Mr. and Mr. Norman's parents, Mr. and ..

edge' admitted, "but the Northcote property--and Mrs. Cheathem Peele. Mrs. F. M. Norman.H. 1 1i' -
"Good" Andy burst out with a adjoining Bruxton land--that lay Miss Pauline Johns of McClen-
of the desk. L. Norman and Kirby Crews wle !'
In. 'I among the papers the week-end with Miss .
was terrific!
ny .
The Judge controlled himself. Minutely he traced every foot of Louise Rosier recently.Mrs. were In Jacksonville on i,

You've been breaking rules with- land, seeking some solution. After Pitt Varnes and son of last Wednesday 1't

'J'' which people can t live to- a while he sat back, feeling him- Jacksonville were visiting her Misses Iris and Irene Sopp were .
other he said self completely baffled. His grandmother; Mrs. J. S. Rosier, recently dinner guests of Miss Velma Norman ". ,
"Rules thoughts were interrupted by the Sunday. ..
rules, rules! Andy
leered 'With a hundred million entrance of his wife. Mrs. Hester Sapp Is spending a Everyone Is Invited to attend ) 4A 2 I IBY
des. you got to lock yourself up She fluttered In gaily a new few weeks In Jacksonville with Church; services at Water Oak every .

as cupboard not to break one. person in these new surroundings, her son, Cheathem Peele. third Saturday and Sunday .

"You think people should be al. her household carts a forgotten I Mrs. Jess Saunders und childrenof nights. i iI ir
owed to do as they please?" thedge burden. St. Augustine attended Churchat Mrs Emory Johns and Miss I'' ,
!' demanded ominously. James Hardy," she said with Evergreen recently. Ruth Alvarez were shopping In

well. you keep bossing a guy mock severity, "you come and fix Jacksonville Saturday. 5. I

""Ue loses his his personal- yourself for dinner. Or do I haveto toy, met him at the door, an extension Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Norman and
back of your ears Iris and Irene
t wash the telephone In his hand. family and Misses

"Maybe I m wrong," paused the like I do Andy?" She paused. "Mr. Hardy;" he said affably. Sapp were visiting Mr. and Mrs. r

J Paige -Mi tell you what we'll do. "Oh James, I'm a new have woman noth- "Mr. Holt foreman on the Eugene Ellis of Worthington ...
we afternoon.
.Where Sunday ,
Wu*one. No week rules you No do'dont's.as. "you out ing to here worry about. startledfor phone He plugged" it in and handed ito Springs Mr. and Mrs L. L. Renfroe and _, "''fW" l} ',;,f".tI'J!
y, oh, in The Judge was a bit AB the Judge llstentd. son. Samuel were visiting Mr.
boy! cried Andy the Judge.
Jubilation.(. a moment. No, nothing to bulged. and Mrs. Pete Yarbrough of Rai- TH E WAY Park..and pause..where you see the
Well she needn'tknow his eyes red sign that say"Drink Coca-Cola." i f
about. ford Sunday.
Suddenly. however, he stopped. worry "Yes Ray. What! he exclaimed ;
Fait the truth; not Just yet. anyway listened Cecil Manning was visiting In Itthasheeawelcomelnvitatontoenjoy ;
a minute!" he said cau- "What was !
still some sociable for refreshment. J.
110 while there was said Jacksonville Friday night. a pause pure
UBly wait
to man I do as once more. asks 1
of Miami Is Thirst nothing more.
Pease, but do I If Incredulously. "Let m punished
get hope.Fine he said with asigh. of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. .
I K I should be guilty of someslight dear have that straight. Is It all right the guest ,
L error Is judgment?" I I "Now or: Andrew to take your alx- 'Norman this week-end. I 5 '
leave. Christmas
to the program SR1097Hi
turned shoot rattlesnakes I Don't forget
For She to
lilt the length of our expert- James," she admonished.As ehooter"tomorrow at Vanderbilt Friday mornIng ,"#,.. _. .. -- ...... ..t
there ls hurry t-I ,
no I thoughtfully '
To' started
punlshment'j the Judge Be Continued) at 10 o'clock
on (To
your J
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PAGE,. .EIGHT.. ... .. .. .. .. .BRADFORD- COUNTY-. TKLBGKAPII. STARK1G. -,--FLORIDA- __ __. -_ ___ ._..____ __.._ _._ __... FlnDA1'. .._-,- DlCEMREB': ...... .I
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i- Free Pi i iSholV; I to In- (paid upon delivery of Raid a..- 1t1 --....;;;:
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Bradford County Telegraph I A Hit nl the HHHtitH. to be Hold Inim
Miss Mina Manasua, manager of (II. In the. .office of the Clerk (if BUSINESS
Established 1877 LETTERSTO the Ritz Theatre, has announced a the Circuit Court In Starke, Florida
1 In the office of the Liquidator,
6I free picture show for the children 4fi West' Central Avenue, Orlando DIRECTORY
Published Weekly' on Fridays and Entered as Second Class SANTA the Friday.out-of-town Dec. 23. children The picture will for begin I may P'loa'I"and. inspect, Much proHpuctlva'lists upon purchasers tt pl>lIea.lIun. .

Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida
at 9:45: : A. M. und the picturefor Maid nBKi'ta will be Mold .an above
._. .---- ----- ..-- ... the town children will be re- wet forth, an I per schedules. thereof

E. L. Matthews.._n_ ____.._n ________Editor and Owner Brookcr Fla., Hampton Fla., peated at 3:00.: All children are except otherwise,such disposed ItemH RM of may prior be to paid nale.r. or.

-- ... .. -- .' Dec. 13: 1938 Dec. 12th. 1938. Invited. :\ A. SMITH! UH Liquidator of The
Bradford County: Hunk ClrintlP
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Dear Santa: My Dear Santa IIlarlFI..rhlo, ,
A little boy nine old.I I am a little girl 3 old andI '.', 18-13-41-1-13 that
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance am a years yrs. have been very good. have been. very good little girl. FICA'FMN
Advertising: Rates on Application Please bring me a large Hercules I want you to bring me a dolly, NOTICE IS H1CUEBV GIVEN that -- ,. everyhodl
H. H., Ualney ban ril...d with me written rI' .,
wagon with dual wheels a type. one that cries and Bleeps and wets reqnent. that the tax certificate I knows
HETIILEIIEM THE MIRACLE VILLAGEBy wrltter set, basket ball outfit, real Its panties. I Would also like for together will all HuhHenuent omittedor I
: held by the Slate beRdvertlned 5EASON'OO I 312
levied taxe
wrist watch chest of tools, cap you to bring me a tryctcle lots of and mild to the hlgllt>,Hl J
Rev. Wilbur M. Smith, D. I)., Member of Faculty pistol set of small cars knife, fruit and candy. Thank you very bidder for cash. tin provided by
Chapter 182911 of the U3 7 acts' of G LJ'I0l eTD
some fireworks and anything else much Santa. ETIN
the LeiflHlatiire upon the following Nita
Moody Bible Institute, Chicago you think I would like.I Your little friend leHcrllu-d. mill estate In thu ('ounlyof t

Text-But thou, Beth-lehem Ephratah, which hope you will remember all my Louise Adklns. wit:Bradford, State of Florida, to- > '' COCA-COL A ROTPRESCRIPTION,
art little to be the thousands of Judah little friends and bring them what Lots I. 2, 8, 4, (if Dl'ick 1(1( .
among they ask for too. Starke Fla., Ward City fle('. 8 7'p.| 7 t!. It. Mr

out of thee shall one come forth unto me thatis With many thanks, December 5, 1938. 80 The 13.taxes, to bo .Hold are evidenced ARE

to be ruler in Israel; whose goings forth are Your little friend, Dear Santa Claus: hy certificate NOD. 74 of UK!4, and
Charles Wiggins. I want a Shirley Temple doll a re9)resent unpaid taxes fur tho yearn EXPERTS
from of old, from everlasting.-Micah 5:2, R.V. 11133 to !*I311. holh Inclusive. amounting
trunk dress
a dresser a hat a to $125.84. e CARPENTER'S
for Shirley Temple doll. Lot 1of flock IB Ward City
The birth of Christ in Bethlehem of Judea marked a Hampton Fla., Your friend, See 8 Tp. 7 H. 11. KO E., The Rexall Store
Dec. 12, 1938 The taxes to b" Hold are evidencedby [
wonderful meeting of prophecy, genealogy, and governmental Mary Lou Alvarez. certificate NOB. 64 and 178 of

decrees. Every unprejudiced student of the Word of God I Dear I am Santa a little Claus girl six years old.I Sutler 11131 and unpaid Isis' respectively taxes. for I the and yearn represent We hope that you may have SEE ME BEFORE YOU W\

will find in the fact of this birth in this place at least five am In the first grade. I have been Lake R. F. D. Box, Fla.180, 1030 to to $16.36.ALSO man: ,both Inclusive, amountIng Christmas filled and run. Estimates Cheerfully

miraculous elements.The very good this year. I want you to Dec. 6. 1938. : m2'11 of MI'! '., Hoc. 2* ning over with the good Given
bring me a doll and a tea set. 1 Tp. 4 M. .. containing' I 40
Dear Santa Claus: Acres, more or lenn.The things in life, including E. A. WINKLER
first is in the realm of prophecy as stated in our text. don't want you to forget any little taxes to ha Hold are evidenced
I have been a good little boy this good health happiness and
No laws of criticism have been able to exscind boys and girls. < jy certificate NOM. ID] and 198 of Radio and Electric
accepted ever Your little friend, year in school. And want you to 1931 and 1931 respectively, and represent abiding prosperity. Serrici
this from Micah's book and through all the centuriesthis please bring' me' a little wagon a unpaid, taxes for the yearN
passage .
Blanche Durham. 19:10: to 10:10: both Inclusive, amounting -
air rifle and some marbles some to 191.4ft. PLUMBING
has been understood as being a messianic
passage pre candy fruits and some nuts. ALSO: Lots ft &:4 of mock 8 Prompt Service

diction. All Old Testament critics of first rank agree that Starke, Fla. Thanks Livingston tn Htarke. Truby In W.& ....Co'a of Nhi'iHee. Addition :' HARTFURNITURE Reasonable Prices at

Micah lived during the days of Isaiah and his prophecy is to 'Dear Santa, Felton Moody. 28 Tp. 6 B. R. 23 E., Let Me Estimate Your Ji
I little 4 old. I The lazes to he void are evidenced CO.
be dated not earlier than 700 B. C. am a years toy certificate NOB. 341 and 1100 of C. M. RITCH
much.I '
little sister '
like my very Starke, Fla., 1931 and 1933 respectively an<> rep-

There are various fantastic guesses and theories in de- would like for you to bring: mea December 6, 1938. resent 1930 to 1939.unpaid both taxes inclusive for' the, umountnK year-

nial of the birth of Christ as having taken place at Bethlehem, little truck with traitors and Dear Santa to $88.12.
candy In it, a little toy alrplaln, I want a doll and dress a balloon Said tax certificates together with
but for these there is not the slightest historical evidence. all subsequent omitted or Levied
also some oranges and apples and and watch.Your taxes will be Holdn the highest

i The nativity narratives in the Gospels give at least a FIVE- a knife. friend Starke bidder on at the the Glh Courthouse day of January door In t1E "taooao,1 PROTECTION"' "

FOLD testimony to the fact that Jesus WAS born at Beth- Your little friend, Alice Reddish. 919: at 11:00: o'clock A. M. $ ...
David Tyler. Dated thin the.. 17th day nf -Do.enilier. : ..
lehem. Luke, the historian, says that the Holy Family went Starke, Fla. I ([ 19ts.OFFICIAL: .BEAD g l / It foe"" ....CUl.. >ello",_pe1bdeahledba" / .

down to Bethlehem and there Jesus was born (Luke2:4,5)) ; Hampton Fla., Dear Santa ClauseI A. J. THOMAS $Le00m..1.gcm.almb gbl'tt.loth

the angels said that a Saviour had been born in the city of Dec. 12, 1938. am a little girl 7 years old and I Clerk Timdford of Circuit County,Court Florida of. teaatmeo,penlfommeat. lIo'il., ''''.10td, I
Dear Santa Claus In the first grade. I have been a 12-23-3t-J-8 inducts .' o'turlJ David ((2:11)) ; the shepherds said, "Let us now go even unto I have been a very good girl. I good little girl and want you to $ted mon 6 aura.... a..e"It."d 6r'tMeA

Bethlehem" ((2:15): ) ; Matthew said that the birth of Jesus am seven year old. I am in the bring me a big doll and a doll. bed, NO'I'ICH OP ml.K / $8e s-r;:; oe 12 month'It
want doll and dinner set'-; N-OTJCK la HKIUCUY GIVEN that per month addit /
second grade. I a big a on 1
took place in Bethlehem (Matt. 2:1): ) ; Herod the Great sent nil rights title and interest which g ifwbollyd.ble: ogfc".ra:
and some candy. Your'rrlend. the undersigned Liquidator has III nee..e. ; : Seth
the Wise Men to Bethlehem to see the newborn babe (Matt. Your little friend Clydie Manning. and to substantially all of the remaining $8 fa "J00 for or'I\endene.Confiae'leal! to' ,d

1 2:8): ), and, later, fearing for his own Kingdom, he "sent forth Martha Home. Lake: County/ flank assets. Starke.of the Florida Pradforit. will $3' seas r9ecised or d1s..operattodat..un.. 10'iek.' I

and slew all the male children that were in Bethlehem"Matt. Starke Fla. Dear SantaI Butler Fla. be collectively offered/ for at ale public Individually outcry at and the "*ooo dIfllahjy maximum for 2fca.ffi / 1
east door of the Court house, 111 cash "" "rk...? '
( 2:16): ). Dear Santa Clause, am a little boy ten years old Mtarke, Florida at II o'clock A. M. '""co.", r"Utt '. '
I am in the third grade. I and In the fourth grade. Santa I Friday, January 20, 1938. co",. your "'oalhlll .
The unanimous of the Christian Church n.lu..1, family I.
testimony Said assets will be Hold to thehighest ar$ .{fl death. 'a nest
want you to bring me a red wagon, want me a BB gun and a football bidder for cash, subject to II ofPiemum I
through the centuries has been that Christ was born in Beth- a ball, knife and a story book. and don't forget mother and dad. the approval of the Comptroller of b rot.'i .nrf tlay :.
the State of ,
Florida and confirmation
"r lehem. All of the early Church Fathers spoke of this as an Your frlnd, Your friend, by Court of competent Jurlediction. -- dtnch.rq from I.e.unpo di.lad deq. .0. J
Therl Green. T. L. Howard. Said. assets. will he Hold ..MAr .ofbrlwb4.h d. J
i /"r.rre.
acknowledged fact. without recourse and without war- ,.,,1/,.."...,,.
expressed or Implied and 1a
You cannot possibly account for the naming of Bethlehemof Hampton Fla., Dear Santa ClauseI subject to any liens, claims, encum
brancer or error In listing and delivery HAROLD C. WALL Agency
Judea except by admitting either (hat Micah himself had Dec. 12, 1938. am' a girl 12 year's old and I of Maid assets will be made- 9m
to chool Vanderbilt. only BH. eel forth In said schedule.
Dear Santa Claus, go at Myteacher's
4 t the power of foreseeing events that would take place seven I little Is Mrs. Louis Purchaser will be required to deposit RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY: [
am a girl seven years name at the time of .Hale fifty per
hundred years after his death, a supposition that cannot be old. I have been very good this Mayes. I love my teacher. I am cent (50% ) of the amount bid aa. a OF PITTSBURGH 9J

'' tolerated, or that he spake under the power of divine inspiration year. I want you to bring me a in the 7th grade. Now Santa guarantee the remainder of his of. the performance purchase. ,price and.
doll and a trunk. Clause I want 'wrist watch and a
t recording what was communicated to him by God. Oneis Your little friend, typewriter. Tha( will be all for this 'VIIIIea,1.AIW, Tlu,,I : lnIII.. ;:-- ----j;; ; ; ,111.,1, .....11I." :Y :: .U.,ll..; It.l: IllflJItUiU. .:::!?- + .

almost inclined to think that this verse is the most remark- Ruth Sibley. time Santa. Will say bye bye. C

able prophetic utterance in the Old Testament, as far as his- Your friend, 01
Starke, Fla. Gladys Manning. 9a.
' torical definiteness is concerned. Let us rejoice that our Dear "anta, a a.x

Christmas hope rests upon such a solid, unshakable founda- I am a little girl 2 years old. I Lake Butler Fla. mm. toil IHEI11 a.l

historical am very good and sweet. I have Dear SantaI
tion of divine prophecy and fulfillment. .. I
hair and brown I am a girl 12 old and '= .;. :: "
curly eyes. years am = ? f
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Moreover, it was a miracle indeed that Bethlehem should want you to please bring me a going to school. I am in the 6th i ii. -_-. ._--. ": =':::t.;'.=sGi=: .. _.-. -- 0

have been singled out for this epochal honor. There are at baby doll puppy and toy airplane grade and I like my teacher fine. -.fi
also nuts and Santa I want wrist watch anda :
candy. a ?
some ; :i
i; least one hundred and fifty cities and villages in Judah referred Your little friend typewriter. 3Jt

to in the Old Testament, and Bethlehem is by no means the Evelyn Tyler. Your friend, T. =.. '.: --; .-. .,.. rl,

most famous. One might ask, how was Micah kept from Lucile Howard. Oj j R-; _...- -. i,
Starke Fla. .
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designating Jerusalem as the birthplace of the Messiah, a Dec. 7, 1938. Dear Santa ClauseI .....".4.. I\\.. it-" L L- _-_ -

city but six miles away from Bethlehem. He wrote that Dear SantaI am a girl six years old. I go I\\.. I.. 'II- L \k.K i -'

name, Bethlehem Ephratah, not because of his own learning, am a boy in the first grade.I to school. I am in the first grade. ...-- 1-. tuL- L. L ;; -...
try to be a good boy. Please Now Santa I want a tea set and a
his but because the Spirit of God who knew
or own ,
bring me a chain knife and a big stove and a broom and a big Shir- ISSt
where and when the Son of God would be born, infallibly inspired ball. Your friend ley Temple doll: ,Well Santa that Sty

him to record that very name. Aubrey Green. will be all for this Christmas. Will : ,
say bye e
Another miraculous aspect of the subject is the mannerin Dear Santa ClauseI bye.Your friend, I Iv

which Mary was brought into Bethlehem just at the time am a little boy 7 years old. and June Manning. At this time of peace and good will, good cheer and

when she was to give birth to her firstborn Son. Both Mary in the first grade. My teacher's
name Is Miss Lillie. Santa, I want Hampton Fla., good fellowship, we wish you the best Christmas you rlC'
and Joseph lived in Nazareth, far up in Galilee, in a Gentile you to bring me a BB gun and a Dec. 12, 1938. I.

'/ a environment. Joseph was a carpenter at Nazareth, and would wagon. Dear Santa Claus: ever had, the best of health happiness and prosperity now 91
friend.Marcus I have been this rerl
Your good
not travel far, except for periodic visits to Jerusalem, and yet Howard. Please bring me very a football. Please year. and in the future.

Joseph did go to Bethlehem, and Mary with him. They went bring my little sister a doll. I'm ,i Ntft.

because the Emperor Augustus hundreds of miles away in Starke Fla., nine years old. I am In the second

Rome, had issued a decree that all his subjects should be Dear SantaI December 6, 1938. grade. Your little friend. tond

taxed. If Herod had carried out the execution of the decree of want a Shirly Temple doll anda Truman Dickinson. To you and you and YOU-our friends neighborsand mr

Augustus two months before he did, or two months'after he coloring book and a carrlge and
customers'e! '
with others whose privilege "
have doll dress, but bring me what you Starke Fla., gladly join II'T T a aIn ad
did, Jesus would not been born in Bethlehem but in
can. Dec. 7, 1938. it has been to serve you. in sending our heartiest at
Nazareth. Your friend, Dear Santa Claus

Marlene Redd Ish.I I wish you would bring me a greetings! t
There was only a brief period in all of Mary's life, as far
bicycle with a light on It. I wanta
as we know, when she was ever in Bethlehem, and in those I Starke, Fla., beebee gun'and some beebee I !

'{ few days she gave birth to her firstborn Son. If this is not Dec. 9, 1938. shots. I want three boxes of fire I'e ut
t the overruling of divine Providence, to fulfill the prophecy of Santa, crackers.
Well here it Is Christmas again From Q. T. Alvarez. sincerely wish for
' the Holy Spirit through Micah, announced seven hundred and I'm still a good little boy just to express our. appreciation

8 years before, then evidence is not evidence, and order shouldbe 8 years old. You haven t forgot me Hampton, Fla., your (loyalty and cooperation in the past and for your flea,
In the past and I hope you won't In Dec. 12, 1938. i 5
called chaos. the future. Dear Santa Claus: business both present and future.STERN'S I,

+, Only the miracle of divine foreknowledge and inspirationcan This Christmas I want a knife, Just a little note to let you know Met t
account for the prophecy. Bethlehem fulfilled the prom- bible stopper gun, and a tracter. we are expecting you to visit us "
Don't forget my school teacher again this Xmas. We thank youso
ise made to it by Micah when Jesus was born there, and all and schoolmates and dear Santa much for the nice presents you face

the forces of divine Providence historical, genealogical, please don't forget my mother and have brought us before. We are I rout

''I physiological which brought about that divine event, will daddy. going to leave the selection up to 'I' ft mbe..
I'm leaving a piece of fruit cakeon you because we know you will ,
never again meet in Bethlehem Ephratah of Judah. the tree and I'll be looking for bring us just the things we want. Aer'at
-0 I iron next Your friends.
year.Your friend, Helen Adklns Age D,
4 T The above message from Dr. Smith is presented in the Euston Norman. Betty Jean Adkins, Age 11 t'Ott,

hope that it will be read and deeply pondered by those who Pro,

t+ are prone to forget the real significance of Christmas in the Masonic OfficersC. NOTICEIn 11 t.ae t..

,, myriad trlviliaties that have been allowed to obscure the real A. Futch was elected Wor- order that I, may pay all my 7
outstanding accounts before the ['Wit I
meaning of the day in recent years. To be conscious of what shipful Master of the. Starke Masonic beginning of the new year, I ask
Lodge for the ensuing year.
1 Christmas stands for is not to rob it of one bit of joyfulnessand E. W. Hayes was chosen Senior my creditors to mail me their 1,

fun. It is fitting and proper that the day should be one Warden; Joe Sl trunk, Junior War- statements not later than December GARAGE "u
30. 'tpb7be<
of family gatherings, should be one of songs and feasting and den: Powell Carpenter, Treasurer;
and Nat Sternberg, Secretary. Ap-
one of giving gifts-especially to the needy. But surely, pointive offices have not yet been Adv. i

among all these extraneous things there should be a time and] filled. .- MR. AND MRS. W. A. STERN

place for Him whose birth date is commemorated and without A new industry, papermaklng .
Napoleon, having conquered from Florida pines has placed several ." ,
be Christmas little other
would joy
whom there no or very
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