Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
December 16, 1932
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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FeatureBradford Those Dividend Checks Prison Life HasHumorous No Christmas Tree City,Park Looks Fine
[ Mayo Explains Small Shipments
Make Nice PresentsFor For County Children; "Sifter {Week's Cleaning; ;

4 Many Starke Folks Funds Are Lacking -. Federal Funds Used

Float; SideChapman Recent Action Of StrawberriesMade

Checks for approximately $2-. Many underprivileged childrenIn Starke's city park, neglected for

Id 500 that will come in handy for the county will be disappointedto many years, Is again coming into

Will Be In Parade Christmas shopping were distributed Says hear that there will be no com- Stopping Sales its own and Is presenting an Im- From Here

44lyy, this week by Jos. E. Wilson munity Christmas tree this year. proved appearance to visitors and

liquidator of the Bradford County Due to lack of funds the Jones-i townspeople. The work of spruc-
; Have' Bank. Mr. Wilson still has $5,000 Langford-Whlte Poet American ing up the property is being carried
i | Men Contribute to "Grapevine Route" Spreads News Commissioner Tolls Why He Would
Has Sold
Plant 15,406 Pints
M.IMM ready for distribution that has not decided with funds ob- City
1 Legion, to abandon plans on recently
In Not DeNt Sarasota
Represented GalnNi i Prisoners Often Decorate Sign on Grower '
county been called for. which had been made earlier In tained from the Reconstruction Finance :
ville Saturday Cells Property"To
The present dividend of 3 1-2 I I the year, for the tree. It Is hopedby Corporation.The 3,692.68

per cent is the second to be paidto the Legion that the custom may trees In the park are being -
By L. F. CHAPMAN crystallize the property tax
Thousands of eyes will be centered depositors and was made pos be resumed In 1933 for It will be thinned since they were too close Bradford County's strawberry
County strawberries Supt Florida State Farm question so that the next legislature shipping season was opened on a. ""p
Bradford sible to allow and
largely the tree
"" on through sale of remembered that last year's ) proper development
,' and Bradford County girls this property. A dividend of five per Tallahassee, Dec. 10. The was a bright spot In the holiday taxation will bring" about more equalized the band stand Is being repaired. email scale last Thursday when six ;
was the reason Commissioner
Ilie week-end when a float decorated cent was paid last December. Smithsonian Institute In Washington season. -.1 of Plans for further Improvement'loclude quart left the Starke platformand f

10: with these two products will be entered Mr. Wilson says that he still has Is an amazing assemblage of Installation 'of Legion officers Mayo refused several Agrlcultre weeks Nathan to a circular driveway and began a journey to Atlanta, 1I

in the California Day FesHral plenty of paper that should be famous and Interesting items, for the coming year took place sign deed ago benches to be placed at Intervalsover Ga. Up until today fifty quarts
transferring propertythe '
Gainesville Saturday.The made and gathered from the far at the had been shipped the biggest day' f
lo good, with an average corners of Tuesday night an impressive state property.An
acquired on a delinquenttax
float a the lands, both well total of 100 being Tuesday when twenty-seven
t W.tP.cSmith strawberry crop another dividend and little ceremony. sale to average men per
an Individual purchaser -
rda,' {ruck loaned by will should be ready in the spring known. Carefully arranged fully he declared In Ocala recently. days Is still being worked on pro quarts went to Washington D. C.
be over twenty feet long: coveredwith classified systematized In as great jecta In different parts of the counI An average price of SOo per quart
Ivela ,,i red and white crepe paper and detail as human Ingenuity can systematize Bond Trustees Meet ter Mr. of Mayo who once was the cen- toy G. M. Inman announced this has been received for shipments to
a controversy when he refused I date.
win have "Bradford County" In State Life It. yet, even so, there are ,week" ,. ttS
Span to add his signature to makea .
Urge letters on each side. Miss Items left out no doubht. Or If Ask Bridge RepairsThe The first carlot shipment of berries
bond issue
drainage legal Is determined -
for the I moved out from the South
Hazel Middleton, sponsor provided they defy classification.Some .

wanly, will be seated on a throne things: simply do not arrange board of bond trustees of the property, he explained owners will, to have see that ac- County Schools ket Florida section the to the Eastern mar
Shows over week-end
Her IncreaseNation's brlnginCowers rN
of the platform. themselves
back and will
.t the Misses Lois Adklns mit others ,to they them.not per Bradford county, met In regular tion on their demand for equalized 3000. This car went by
attendants. arrange
session December /5th. 1832 withthe taxation.
A second carload
Lula Redgrave and express was
Hope Haynes. will wear white I Such are certain features) at the following members present: H. Tent Cane Are AccreditedBradford shipped Tuesday of this) week.

Mary Canova Chief Statistician for Vital State Farm. A visitor may enter P. Galney, O. Haynes W E. To- Warm weather In Plant City has) '
red parasols.In
and Mr. that
dresses carry the main gate+ register in rode. Mr.'Torode acting as chair Mayo explained his action -
the center of the float, and Statistics Praises State atRecent approved was taken on a small parcel of caused a fairly heavy forwarding yi
the girls for the Ocala Me tFlorida's style surrender weapons and man protein Minutes of the last Law of berries out of there. Last FrI-,
competing with property at Sarasota and the High/ \\y, Hampton
knives to the read and .
attendant'view the meeting were approved.The
9 I will be day was the biggest day of thai
attention of the spectators amount Involved was $96. Of the And Brooker Ktementarle' ,
administration offices, the main board decided to make some
pyramid of real Bradford County life span has shown a particular case which he viewed On Lint season thus far with 0,046 pints being
i building the woman's ward the emergency repairs to the bridgesof
Q. B. Newsome greater Increase than that of the he said loaded In refers for shipment.
strawberries. as typical, a piece of land
:' hospital, the water works the the county. A number of same
who had the honor of producingthe country as a whole, Dr. T. F. Mur- sawmill next to that was valued at eight The state board of education Prices held up rather atrong.witha
the machine shop the being reported In bad condition.The
first pint of berries this season phy, chief statistician for vital statistics hundred or a thousand dollars, and Monday announced that it bad 24o average reported by buyers) -'$ r
will furnish some of the pyramid U. S. Census Bureau told garage and tannery. Also the tag secretary,,was Instructed to that the owner would have no placedS27'/ elementary schools and for the days! Saturday but two 4
plant where automobile. tags are write the divislqp engineer of the
and the committee Is In the mar- the Florida Public Health Association chance of selling If the state was 266 high schools on the accredited! refers were shipped and the"'pric y
made. The farm of 4000 acres and state road department, of the dan- I
ket for about twelve quarts moreof at the annual conventionIn the also selling similar property at lint, In Florida this year. The list was a flat 20o per pint. Monday 4'
with 200 condition of of
dairy Jersey cattle. some the
I: solid "toppers." Ocala recently. gerous cut-rate prices. Whether lack of of accredited elementary schools the price range ,was from 18 to ,,,
The mule lot and
the grist mill bridges on the Brooker road.
The float was made possible Dr. Murphy said that no evi- the ditching machine and the quail Routine bills were ordered paid Mr. Mayo's signature Invalidatesthe Includes /Dll for white children and 24o the day's 21 average being approximately +t ,t
I l-2c.
through the generous contributionsof dence has developed to show that !farm, the pheasants and wild tur- and the board ''adjourned to the deed Is to be determined by the sixteen for negroes.
A total of l
the business men of Starke who the depression has affected the 'keys. attorney general. The list of accredited high ,406 pints havebeen'

were unwilling that the county death rate. He deplored however, A small XXX city within Itself and next. regular, meeting.* The stats' sale of land taken In schools includes 250/ public schools shipped from Plant City. ; .'+

should go unrepresented In a festival the tendency of legislatures to reduce yet after all this has been at tax sale will, Mr. Mayo believes, and two private schools for whit which brought grower. $3,692.88. '
of the proportions that California appropriations to health one has not seen Ralford if seen one P. T A. TO GIVE PLAY "demoralize" the real estate market children and eleven public schools According to the U. S. Department ;p ', ,+

,; Day has assumed. The dif- agencies. Florida, he said, is faced overlooks the odds and end that It puts the state In compe- and three, private schools for neg of Agriculture, bureau of agricultural ,

ficult work of decorating the large with a serious problem by the influx defy classification. Such as for At tAe Parent-Teachers' Association tition with the private dealers. roes.. economics," report on;, ''I:4 '
a committee of from meeting on Wednesday afternoon And theorizes Mr. An accredited school Is crop. as of Dec. 1, 'prellminary' '
frame was done by tourists many regions instance the human element theswift Mayo, suppose one U 4
.from the Woman's Club composedof > and December 21, there will you bought a Liberty bond and a whose teachers, courses and facilities check of the strawberry acreage In fr

Mrs. L. D. Vining. chairman, Dr. Gerry 'R. 'Holden, Jackson- the immediate unexpected and play universal of humor be given a play "What! No Christmas piece of Florida real estate a few meet all requirements of the the state shows\ 11,200 acres compared -' -ro '

assisted by Miss Pearl Jordan Mrs. sonvlUe, president of the State use of the grapevine for the car- ?" The play.Is being directedby years ago. They tax you for the state board of education. with 8,100 acres In 1932. .

0. L. Haynes, Mrs. O. L. Beasley Medical Association declared of Mrs. George W. Kenly and those real estate and are supposed to tax Schools In Bradford County on Practically all .of this acreage ;;
the to the
rying news
response taking part are the school children for the accredited list I' has been set, and most of the above 7 ''t
3d Mrs Joe. E. Wilson.- undue to the you the bond. If you don't pay are:
exposure sun in taking appeal of real manhood'and the :'
of Florida Alujnjri and two kindergarten children. White Bradford 3,100 acres Increase is found in the ; '
The University "Bunbaths-- otherwise, reluctance of to admit your real estate tax, they take high schools; ;j
may I any one .
The cast is as follows: section around Starke. and I.
of Lawtey + "
In arrange- If County High School.
Committee charge property. don't
cause Irritation leading to cancer. that fields are not greener In other your you pay a ; .
ments for the float and sponsors Blondes especially he said should pastures x x x Father-Charles1 Pender. tax on,,the bond, what about It? ,White elementary schools Law. Raiford. In the southern part or A'

was composed of H. V. Knight, avoid too much sun on their skins. Mother--Genevleve Kenly. That's Mr: Mayo's reasoning tey Hampton Brooker. the state the: Plant City section
and A. S. A Tenderfoot Grandmother-Bunnle Canova. There shows a email increase over last
thalrman A. J. Thomas, Another cause of Irritation that I Not the Time are no accredited negro
Crew! I Here comes the recrutlng bus Sally-Lillian Moseley. I schools In the county. year, while the acreage In Hardea. b
lead to Is Furthermore
may cancer excessive he doesn't "think
t with Its load of men and women Da.rllng-Margaret Lowry. county has been almost doubled.
smoking particularly of a clay that this' Is the time for the state
DR. A. S. YORK pipe he declared. from the lower East Coast Twelve Precious-Edith Jones.. to make people sacrifice their STARKE WELFARE WORK Polk county has about the aanuk ,l
more to be entered for longer or Junior-Comer Perryman. acreage as was planted In 1932. : r
Highlights in other papers read: shorter terms. A youth of 17 looks Sam-N. T. Rltch. property. The Welfare Association has I .
60 of Lake Butler -
Dr. A. S. York Prof. J. Howard of Johns Two Little Mr. Mayo hopes that his action E. T. TORODE DIES i
Masonic Brown with terrified eyes on the great Jollys-Betty Hayes, number of needy families in the
master of the 'will
grand bring the whole of
past died Hopkins: "Milk cows usually cause gray building that must hold him. Betty McRae. question town who are worthy of assistance, AT LAWTEY FRIDAY; l
of real
Grand Lodge estate taxation widely condemned
epidemics of septic sore throat Plain Commonsense Juanita -
Dec. Beside him sits an old man, whose especially now that the Christmas '
suddenly just before midnight scarlet fever and Barefoot. and blamed for causing un- E. T. Torode
erysipelas. There watery eyes seem to see nothing season Is at hand. Donations of seventytwoyearold
in St. Petersburg -
IIln the Masonic home are few in the South Christmas Carol Barbara due hardships on thousands of resident of Windsor '
epidemics whatever his face clouded with food clothing, and children's toys died Friday ,
where he was making an probably due to the climate." Snow. property owners, to' a head and at the home of his d
warm the apathy of years. Human beings would be appreciated by the so son W. B,.
official visit as a member of the Dr. W. S. Manning Jacksonville: 1 Most of the twelve are afraid Old-Time Fun-Ida Lulu Davie. force the next legislature to take ciety. Citizens who would care to Torode in Lawtey. Mr. Torod,

board of trustees. "Children are sent to school at too An Old Story-Jean Davis. definite action. was born in
of the place. It Is a sort of living help with this work In our local Ournsey Island.
The deceased, who was a former early an age. They should not .+ lIe said that since his action he France.
death fear.
they community can enroll as a mem-
resident of Starke', had gone to start until about eight years, be- Suppose we Invite the youngsterInto LETTERSTOSANTAOLAUS has received more hun- ber of the Welfare Association for Funeral service were held Suni.
St. Petersburg Sunday for a meet. cause of the danger of refraction the superintendent's office. He dred letters and telegrams of com- the small sum of COo a year. The day afternoon 'at 2:30: o'clock at 'C

Ing of the trustees arranged for defects caused by close eye work." looks so homeless so forlorn."What's Starke, Fla., Dec. 12, 1932. mendation.. He knows of only one money to be used for sick and the Windsor cemetery with Rev.
Monday. He suffered a stroke of Dr. F. L. Adams den- Dear Santa: objection sent in-that "from a W. B. of '
Tampa your name son? "Tom". those who have no possible meansof Christy the Lawtey; 'te ,
apoplexy at 10 o'clock lapsing in- tist Will pleas* bring me a bicycle tax research corporation la Mi Methodist : '
: "Great good is being accomplished The answer very timidly spoken. It you support. All cases are Investigated Church, officiating:
to unconsciousness and dying less through health work with Is plain that he feels that the hand some marbles, a scooter and help given when It is Pallbearers were: W. J.'Epperson "Jf
than two hours later. school children the of some kind of card game, some J B. Sapp Oscar '
; Importance of every man Is against him. He most needed. In making donations Andreu L.: i
Dr. York Is survived by one son mouth hygiene is being taught." fears the State the people ana the candy and fruit, and James Whit-f PASTOR IS RETURNEDRev. please notify Mrs. Frank Hoover, H. Hill B. R. Reddish, A. M. Blan- '

Dr. Fred M. York of St. Peters- Dr. F. F. Rusael, Rockefeller future. He Is at the turning of the comb Rlley's book of poems? Mrs. W F. Jones or Mrs. C. A. chard. The DeWltt C. Jones Comi i j! I

burg; a brother, Will York of Orlando Foundation: "Etabllshment of air ways. Possibly he may be won In Will you pleas bring my little W. F. Jones, pastor of the Futch, treasurer. pany was in charge of arrange '';
and a sister, :Mrs. J. E.Malnes. between the United brother Billy, who Is two years Methodist Episcopal Church ment. .'
transportation the end but he must be made to respect Any food or clothing that can j//i d
Sr., of Lake Butler. States and South America has the State.. "You were namedfor old, a tricycle that has a bell? South of this city, has been returned be given to aid the poor should be i

He was a member of Barrett brought back the problem of yellow your father weren't you I hope that you can bring all to the local church for an- left at the Red Cross headquarters FREE SYSTEM CALENDARS!: 1'

Lodge No. 43, F. .&: A. M. of Live fever. Nothing may develop I I Tom?" "Yes, sir." This time he the things that I ask for but other year. Appointments for the next to the Forestry Office. It >'

Oak and an honorary member of but the situation must be watched speaks a little louder and looks don't forget the other children who year were read by Bishop John N. will be distributed from here to Patrons of the Bank of tark.' ;!'

'St Petersburg Lodge No. 139 F. closely." about the office to see that there are cold and hungry. Moore of Texas at the close of needy. families by members of the may secure their System GalenJ* J 1

A. M. He was also a memberof Dr. William De Kleine, medical I I are no guns and chains and doors From your friend the annual Florida Methodist conference Red Cross and the Welfare Asso dars and year books by calling fore 'j f! ",

Uve Oak Chapter, Royal Arch director. American Red Cross: "Al leading to dungeons. "What did Leonard Smith. In Jacksonville Sunday ciation. them R. J. Davis, cashier, announced i ',! '
Masons and of Live though pellagra likely they send you up for Tom? Mrs G. P. Raymond
mandery of Knights Templar; I W. O. W. ELECTION This Is Rev. Jones' are very useful to have around th J ;
aI I during hard times since "They said that I stole an.. auto- third termIn President. *\ r' '.
member of Tampa consistory of 1928 it has actually shown a marked mobile, but" He stumbles and -. the Starke church and he has home. Besides containing date 1 r I'.

the Scottish Rite and of Egypt decrease In this country. Responsible -(lapses Into silence. "Is your father Election of officers for the been receiving congratulationsfrom AT STARKE HOTEL and weather forecasts) they an.jj ,,A.1

,Shrine Temple. He was grandmaster for this probably. Is the living?" "No, air. He died six I Starke W. O. W. will be held Fri- his congregation upon beginning equipped with table of kitchen 3 1'j, '1 '

1917. of the state of Florida In increase in home gardens, canning, years ago." "Been In school, day. Dec.-23.- i I another year In this city. Guests recently registering at weights and measures, weight per; ."",, ,

food relief and the distribution of Tom?" No. Sir. I been working In the Starke Hotel were: Mrs. RalphR. 1 bushel and quantities usually sown; !' ,

:-' i.. powdered yeast. Red Cross funds the filling station but It went i THE SHEPHERD'S STORYBy Little Gardenia, Maine; Mrs. I per acre of different products. sad, m-1;'

NEW STATION OPENS I for the distribution of powdered busted and I couldn't find a job." John R. Little Gardenia, Maine. much other Information. The year J II :,t '

The '- II'', yeast have been exhausted, but the So the superintendent says: '"Tom MRS. W F. BOULWAREOnce Mrs Joseph Riley. Mrs Anne B. 1 book may be Used to keep fluan.clal M :!

K. M. Service Station i Reconstruction Finance Corporation we'll expect you to be a good boy Williams Washington, D. C.--Mr.; commercial or weather roe,4' '

newest erected attractive building to be, is willing for states to spend here. Remember that you have when night was listening for We left our flocks and hurried M. E. Dartllle, Lexington, Ky.; Mr. ords for the year ;:. ;
in Starke. will be opened the dawn I ._' i
then and Mrs. J. R. 'ii-1i
to loan funds on this. many years ahead of you. Do your Whalen Glrard
the public Saturday of this best Tom, and everyone here will And the east was streaked with O'er the hills of Bethlehem; for Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. W L. lAwton i CORRECTION
week. D. C. Klnlaw and D. A. I pearl. In our humble hearts, was Joy sublime Glenn Falls N. Y. r.
help you make a man. out of yourself ; Mr. D. A. Rasp '
Monteith partners In the> station FORMER CLERK OF COURT The distant hills, slumbered in Boston Mass. Mr. J. H. In last week' Telegraph it was
Be ; Barr
have but It all depends on you. '
J announced in this week's DIES IN UNION COUNTY early morn. stated that, "
friendly, and you'll make many As we followed the guiding star. Ocala; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. approximately $9.00C I
Telegraph an Interesting offer for friends.The guard will take you Where wreaths of mist began to Daugherty, Hartford Conn.; Mr. A. lad been collected on 1932?city; '

Mr. and Mrs. Public on the openIng W. E. Walnwrlght 67. a lifelong to the Identification room and then curLMusing As the angel said In the stable E. Glocker, Jacksonville; Mrs. ElsaA. taxes, this should have read "on!
day. resident of Bradford and Union we found 1931 city taxes" Collection
Tower Mrs. on ,
will If well. Mary Tower Mr.
r Construction on the building has counties died at his home six the doctor see you are I thought of the words The babe In His mother's arms Charles J. Tower, Hudson N.Y. the 1932 tax roll amount to 11,867.... f
and Tom starts long grind ; '
been rushed during the past few miles west of Lake Butler Dec. 7. so "Watchman, what of the night?" The dear Lord Jesus, the Son of Dr. James J. Johnso/: Atlanta 49. > ,
Weeks to be XXX Then suddenly sweet music I heard God -----.-
ready for the opening 1932.Mr. Go.j Mr. B. A. Myers, Lewiston N. ,
Saturday of one of the largest and Wainwright served for a Tough Once Also Coming near In clouds: of light I In the little Bethlehem town. Y.; Mrs. George Ward Toronto, MASONS INSTALL OFFICERS \- a "y

Boat modernly equipped service number of years as deputy clerkof Just as Tom leaves, the Identi- Canada; Mrs. A. V. Briggs Nlag- '

wtions in the city. It Is located the circuit court of Bradford fication officer steps In, handing We, the Shepherd' watching thereIn Among the cattle. In our bumble ra Falls, N. Y.; Mr. Lucy East the Bradford Lodge No. 33 Installed., 16./.

at the Intersection of roads 13 and ,County and had the confidence and the report on another of the 12 Bethlehem's grassy glenn I way man Lanesboro Mane; Mr. Hugh following officer Monday I

"a respect of the people generally. who had come in on the* bus. "This Heard angels hovering In the air We knelt cur homage to bring. Wood, :Miss Mary Wood Lane. night Master: C. A. Futch. Worshipful \

He is survived by his widow Is a hard case" he reports. "He Sing "Peace OD'earth good will to For Cod at last as he said he born, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. E.: M.Sarnmle den ; Wm. Dobrow, Senior War t"i!

*-H CLUB MEETS Mrs. Mattle Wainwright; five put in five years in California men." I would. Deuvllle. tt. J.; Mr. and J. M.; L.Mitchell D. Vlnlng, Junior Warden; t// fa ,

brothers, N. D. Walnwrlght. of broke out of Jail In St. Louis Is Has sent a Redeemer and King.Cod Mrs. Cyril Dietrlck. Orlando; Mr. treasurer N. Stem.'I.:

The 4-H CI'bhld;; its regular Starke; N. S. Wainwright, Plant ,wanted by the narcotic officer from Ob, the music of that heavenly., R. E. Thomas Jacksonville berg, secretary 4 j

feeling Wednesday afternoon at City; t>. K. Wainwright Hialeah; Washington and is here for 30 band wants His Son to be humble- :t' "'
: > o'clock. There were severe W. C. Wainwright, Tampa; T. L. years for robbery, assault with intent Played on harps of gold. I I and poor MEN'S BIBLE CLASS .ANNIE DINKItfS Jyfj'r;;1:

Ww members added to the Wainwright Lawtey: and five sisters to kill and accessory after the Music played by angel hands I So to sympathize and 'understand; -- Mrs. MoUl' Annie Dinklns.-: :

'ron and< following 'the minutes Mrs Alice Langford, Gainesville fact. Suppose we Interview him While the news of His birth, they The hardships lives and feeling The Men's Bible' Class) of the wife of EX: p" Dinklns, died\Wednesday -''; '

IlIaa which were read and approved, ; Mrs.. Daisy Llpham,,Plant so be is brought into the office. He told. I As he teaches His love to man. Starke Methodist, Church will meet night at her homo la Law..":t''
w Pearl Jordan selected six girl City; Mrs. Meda Hodges Astatula; looks the part. His eyes are hard every Sunday morning in the ty. following an illness ,several V-'

rive milk demonstrations) at the Mrs. Bula Yopp, Atlanta Ga.; and and crafty be shuffles as he One of the lamps that always stay So now, w* humble Shepherds Woman' Club at 10 o'clock. Mr. weeks. 'Jf\
jnlS: meetingThey were: MllliUM Mrs. W. M. Peek, of Arkansas, be- though still less than 30 Around God's heavenly throne. I Will back to L. A. Gray will teach and the Funeral services.were, held.thLa4morning : '
go sheep
Virginia Brantley, Lillian sides a host of admiring friends. age. "What's your name Walkl'l Surlel, the angel, brought and held' members are looking forward to (Friday) at 10 o'clock In tC

gtumP. Julia Tyson Thelma Interment was In Douglas cem- And o'er the stable, It brightly. With radiant joy within. our hearts, some Interesting and instructive North Prong Cemetery. In Baker(r rc. ;

1IIQ and Graci PiUer eUry. (Centiiraed en peg 6. hoc*. [And peacefully, to sleep. .....- e.ey, };'t, "

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t Thursday night, Dec. 22, at 7:00: here was completely destroyed 1 by Description Sei.. T. n.: A. Owner. .. .. Cost Description .eo. T. ... A. Owner
t'r o'clock at the Heilbronn school fire Tuesday eight. and WJ4 of NBU W of 4
'r HAMPTON -f and Mr. Tlllman of SWU J. M._ Johns Ad 21 A. W. Anderson --..._ 18:01 :: __sa 6 aa Unknown _
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house. The public Is invltod to E. A. Gainey dltlontd In819Cor.of .28 Lori.: of-B k-ii-P: '. -
b transacting business In Jeaup, I of Ry Addition to Starke In ltry
of were
Mlaa Ada NlmiHo. come and bring a pound any. SHU of SWU boundedN
N of 9th
thing good to eat.GRAHAM. Ga., last Wednesday and Thursday. by John Add W by Ry St. 18 6 II
---------------- S.
8 by section line, also Lot 1 .of Blk. 14 Peek's Addition .T. William,
'. 1t ql, Rev. Hemingway and Rev. Nuten lot. I A. 10 of Blk. 47 J. to Stark In NW3y $16

both of Starke attended church M. Johns Addition --18 < aie -s. O. BoydUnknown: __4---.- .., M.t5 of NWU, N of 9th St. ---e. !3

eervlces here last Sunday evening: BOATDRAINMis I.Otsla340tBlk.s..T.A Co's. Addition --------18 aae --.-.--. 11.71Lot. Lot. 1 8 Addition 8 4 5of to Blk.Stark 55Peek's T. aIn Wllllanu 1.q

Mrs. Day, and daughter of South 4 6 8 7 s 9 Iff 11 13 13 In NWU of NWU, N of
14 of Blk. 10 L. T. A. Co'*.
.., Florida, spent the week-end with .. IDIleB JOB...., C... Cherry. Harrell. Cor. Addition -------ii aa Lee Morgan __ 11.05 Lot.9th 9 Bt.19-1811-A-.-BH---of'5 8 31S3 H A. Bishop -

their sisters, Mrs. Inzle Morrow Lot. 4 11 of Blk. itLT. S1.75- lot 10 of Blk. 14 Peek'. ltal{
A Co' Add. -s.: O. Boyd _
and ------ 6 aa Addition to Stark In
+iti',, and Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth. A large crowd from here attended Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Grlffis Lot 6 of Blk. 11 L. '1'. A.

1 M. L. Watterson, was a business a farewell party given by children spent Sunday with her Co'*. Addition,l -----33 a aa L. X>. Oren _____ 4.1" NWU of NWU N of 8th '

visitor to North Carolina this Miss Annie Mae Rogers of Cooter mother, Mrs. Paul Prevatt. Lot.Blk.1 13 1 3 L 4 T.11 A 13 Co'IS..14 Ad-v of Lot* i"3-rTs- of "Elk' Bse56: 11'. A. Scott & A, J' Q. Mil

p week. I Pond Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey and dltlon ---_ ----28 8 aa Unknown _______.. 11.05 Rising NWU Addition of NW to)(Stark Southof

I a MIllS Byrely was a week-end visitor Miss Theo Kelley and Lloyd baby, spent Sunday with her Lot Blk.0 A 14 8 bounded 40 ft.. of 8 Lot br J.1 of 9th ------- ---is 8 31 Mrs Cella Carter. _

to Eustls. She was tne guest Dynl of Ziff were visiting here mother Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hat 0. Turner land L. T. A. Lot. 13 Addition 14 of Stark BRill.In -- 1.11
Co'. Addition II 4 18 __ L. T. A. Co. ______- 1.76 ing?
of her there. Sunday.Mrs. rell and family. ------ NWU of NWU\ South of

;. a 1 W. H.rMaxweU of Jacksonville Truby Dyal and daughter,, Miss Cherry Harrell spent: Sunday Lots 4 of S Blk.13 A 14LT.8 9 ft. A of Co's Lot S505 Lot tth 1 St.I of- -Blk----C.-,-Rising----is 4 aa ._..I''.. H. A. Bishop _, mi

baa recently been the guest of his of Waldo, were visiting Mr. and afternoon with Mrs. E. R. Addition ______18 4 31 Floyd Green _..--_-- Addition to Stark In -

sister, Mrs. C. L. Houser. Mr. Mrs O. W. Dyal Sunday afternoon.A Bowers and daughter Lucille. Lot of Blk. 14 U T. aCo' Bennett .. 18.75 NWU, of NWU South of9th
.. Addition S3 Annie Ma -
1' :Maxwell spent his boyhood day. large crowd attended church Mrs. H. Sterna was a visitor at Lot 9 of Blk. 14 L. T.--Co'-sell.. 4 1.7 15 Lot 1 st.8 5- 4-of->?iJiii:7.1I: 4 S3 -s.: C. Poppell ___ -- in ]

: here and has many friends in both here every night last week. her brothers and sister-in-law's, Addition .__IS 4 S3 -Joe: Qrlffls ---- land S of Blk. 8 to land
Lot 1 1 1 of Blk-1L T. line J. O. Alvares Addition -
I : '+ the town and county who are always Miss Jettle Thomas of Tampa is Mr. and Mrs. F R. Coleman Sunday A. Co'.. Addition ----SS 4 S3 Mrs. Ansrelln Wheeler-_ 5.7C to Starke 8 of Mad-

-s., 1 glad to see him. visiting her parents for a while. afternoon. Lot. 4 I of BJ''". 18, L. T. 15.75 Walnut Sta..18 4 S3 Mr.. a 11''. Hamrtck I
c 't A Co's. Addition ______18 4 S3 -s. O. Boyd __. -- Lot 6 of Elk fI Wynn'a: Addition -- Nil
Birt and children Wasdin of Palatka was
j Mrs. Eva LeRoy Lot 11 of Elk 18L.T. ACo to Stark In NWU '
hl, .
f ,1
:Alachua county were the guests :visiting here Friday. '*. Addition-----35 4 SS Ray Nowsom __, ( of SWU _________SS 6 33 Mill OHIo Marr

r of Mrs. Birt's brother and sister, Miss Mattle Norman spent the RISING Lot A 60'I.I Addition55 of I Blk. 19 L. T. 4 S3 Nat Williams _. ___ 31,7Lots One Griffin lot bounded S by Sharp N by land O. J., ------11' {

: J. W. and Mbl ., Ada Nlmmo last week-end at her home In Vander. 4 5 8 7 Blk. II L. __ 1.11 W by Walnut Bt. A. E 1 by
? I ; bllt section. T. A Co's. A'tf: l l ___S3 5 13 L. T. A Co. ____ Ry. ____________18 8 83 Mrs. ,Eva Kllllan
l &&rrr Sunday. Mr. H. M.."R.... C... Lot. 1 3 8 of BI.... S7 L. T. Beg at SW Cor. of land ----- 11.15
y t'Int Rev J. B. Ackley of East Hart- A. Co'.. Addition ____28 4 IS F. C. Semmes __,, 1S.75 Bold to Mrs T. T. Long?
Lots 6 7 of Blk. 37 L.. T. A. by 8. J. Temple A run S
arrived here 10.75
: :, ford. Conn., who Mrs. F. M. White, Mr. and Mrs. Co'*. Addition I : ": __:_.SS 4 SI S. :J. Coleman ___ 14 deg. W 89 ft. for a pt.

: ,, u'a month ago to spend the winter BROOKER H. M. McRae and children spent LoU 10 .l.'tJ.lld of t Blk.. 4 sa -s.: W. Andrews ___, 6.75 of beg thence. ", El 14 deg. .
months In Florida died at his L. T. B 41 ft. thence 8 14 deKree -
the weekend In Sanderson visitingMrs. Lota 10 11 of Blk. 18 L.
W 150 ft. thenceW
1 9. home on Church street at four Mia. Tra Galaey. c... McRae's sister, Mrs.Davis. T. 8Jo' Addition28 J I : 4 S3 Ray Newsom _' __ 14 degrees 8 81 ft.
b'' o'clock last Monday morning. Dec. Lots 18 11 18 14 of Blk. thence N 14 degrees B 150
1 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edwards were 11 L. T. A Co's. Addl. ft. thence B 14 degree S -
12th, after only a fow hours illness Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby and the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. tlon ---86 4 S3 Unknown _____ 1105 41 ft. to bog. In Starke?18 4 83 C. B. Hayes -

74 ,i. r5',51r, ,, lie has won many friends little daughter were attending to Crosby Sunday. Lot Co'3.. of Addition Elk. 10LT._ .-A.18 4 S3 Chas. C. Armstrong-. .__ 2.75 Beg. at NW Cor. of SWU j,4s
--- -
p. .;4: here, who mourned to learn of his business in Starke Monday. 'Mr. and Mrs. Milton Connor of: 8'4 of Hlk. S L. T. & Co'.. of R418ft.W484ft.N415 SWU & run H 484 ft.

death and the bereaved ones have Addition -,---------18y 4 S3 T'nknown ..._ 1111W __ ____
Mrs. __ ._ _
H P. Gainey and mother, Wateroak spent the week-end with of Blk 6 L. T. & Co'.. ft. to beg. 288Vj 4 S3 W.: M. Mood en -- ---'- jj.2.11S

the sympathy of the entire com H. Gainey were attending to business Mrs. Connor's parents, Mr. and Sub Division ___-18 4 S3 Ros Cox _..___ 875 acre of Madison In NW%St.: of known SW% -
.) 3 of Blk. 11I,. T. A
munity. In Jacksonville Monday. Mrs. H. H. Lewis. Lot Co'.. Sub Division ----28 4 S3 :James Byrd __ 575 a.. J. O Alvares residence .
4-II Club L. D. Polk and children Audreyand and Blk. ex. 1 lot In
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby Lot 3ofBlk.I1L.T.I A ..
4-H Club held Its Co'.. Rub Division ..._ 18 4 S3 Kssla Short _____ 5.75' NW Cor. sold to J. L.
Hampton and Lucille Waters
Clifton, Miss Mrs. Lula Crosby and family spent B 88 Peek 28Com. 4 SS -s.: W. Andrews, Jr. -- Ills ]
IS &
Lot. 1 3 of Blk :
I r 5r second business meeting Tuesday were visiting friends and relatives Saturday in Theressa. ft. of lots 8 4 of Blk. 15A at Bill Cor: of Hay S 134
Madison Sts. & run
f''r'' The meeting was called to order)' in Trenton Sunday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and Lots I1&2335 ft. of ft. E 80 ft. N 183 ft. to',

.' by the president. The plowing L. R. Waters and children baby daughter, and Mr. and Mrs lots 8'.4 Sub of Blk. 18 L. T. I 1985: Madison l St. thence W on
'I- k'I: ltL-T:18 S3 AnnIe MackColetnan said Bt. 84 ft. to beg. In
:. song was sung and the club pledge of Alachua, spent Saturday here D. M. McRae and son. Jack were Lot.o A :a of 6 NW Cor. J. Q. Alvares ,', '

1. was given. The> minutes of the with friends. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. BIk.19LT.&Co.SubEB A Co's Sub Division' 4 S3 L. T. A Co. _______ 1.'l1BI residence :Blk. __--28 8 S3 -S.: H. A Eva Lord i;!u I

preceding meeting were read and Mrs. L. A. Parrish of Trenton ____ UILo Lots 687 bounded; N 'by
: 4', Hobbs of Ratford Sunday. WIr.ll frA. o's7: Sub28 8 S3 L. T. A Co. Call St and B by Court
5 approved. The roll was called and who has been spending a few days Mrs. J. E. Drigf era of Pine Level .I .. C 4.75 O.t. In Cooksey';* Add. _.38 8 S3 -s.: W. Andrews Jr..161.01{

:., i .a' 1 all were present. here with her brother, Mr. L. D. were dinner guests of Mr. and ; It"J1k St L-i7'j.:18: 4 aa Unknown ----- bounded lot In B Cockney's by W. B. Middleton Add.

'4., I II 1 The frame for the charter was Polk returned to her home Sunday. Mrs. J. J. Morgan Sunday.Mr. Sub Division I ESy-of c-i 1288 6 13: Fannie Lloyd __.._ 10.75B'J5 N by J. W.' Andrews -
Lot. 1 2 or
I ,, ',(: bought and put up where all the Rev. G. E. McCauley held services and Mrs. J W. McRae and : L. T. .. Co'. Sub blvl.lona. d aa Lllll Sanders ___ l A by, Jr.Madison W by Mitchell St. 38 8 33 :J. W.' Andrews ---- UIS) I
zip members could see It. at the Baptist church of Lot 8 01 B1k. 81 .8. &
baby son, Edwin and Mrs. F. :M. I .._ 1.75 Com SW Cor. of Call
'.v voted into the CII'.. Sub Dlvl..IQn ------88 4 aae Walter Cummings I Sts. A. W
-1si ,, Carl Brown was Hampton Sunday.We White motored to Jacksonville and Ot i Broadway run

club. Mr. Dyer read to him what are very sorry to report that Yulee Friday. LOCO.. Sub 1Division -<---S3"L. aa Charley: Thomas __ 10.75 on ft.E94fCN106ft.tobeg Call St. 94 ft. S 105 '

+ .' was required of a club member. Mrs.. L. D. Polk who baa been on Mrs. Mable Denmark and mother Lots. T.1 I A or Co'Ely.. Sub of Blk.Dlvls- __________..-28 4 II3011'1.. Annie Hemingway :1.11 i

''H. .; The club voted to have a social the sick list for the past several of Jacksonville, and Misses I 5o"ft. of"LoWof"BlkT II--* 6 aa Sam Tlson __-_ 11.05 Com.Call 15854 A Orange ft. of SB St*.Cor.A run of

fk ';. "t7a' meeting on the last Saturday night week, is no better. We all wish Muriel and Rachel Silcox ofIarke 8 L. T. A Co'.. Sub Dlvlio. 8 105 ft. B 6IH ft. N 105
.. In December at the home of Percy I 7.05 ft. to Call St. thence W
her a speedy recovery. were the dinner guests of .nt-l-ot'--E -;of; Blk:-1i 38 4 saaa '- Ida Simmons ----- ? on said St. to \"by-! ._--28 4 S3 ,- 3. J. A Effie John. -- lll

Sullivan. Mrs. E. S. Bailey of Plant City, dies Lillian Kelly Sunday. L. T. A Co'*. Sub DivU One lot bounded Bay
Talks were made by the visitors. II few here with .405 St. N by land of A. L.Alv.I' .
spending a __
5'4'; p, Wlonol-Blit. si..4 cope-225, 6 '! Sam Tlson .. W by W. M. Edwards -
;,SI -We had two visitors Mrs. Dyer and friends and relatives.The Orlando A. P. Phillips Advertising __ 16.75 A' 8 by Call St. In
X' mother. Sub Division ----.** 4 33 :R. M Ellerson NWU of SWU __ 28 6 22S Mrs. S. M. WellsU I
play, "The Eighteen Carat Agency moved to new location SH of Blk 38 L.,T. A Co'* -BIk.

:,' i ,..r There being no further business Boob," which Is for the benefit of in Mayer Arcade. Sub: Division A 88 L.-.'.. -A-Co'i.-_-*. i aaI Susie Chandler __- I.'lIS 80 In ft J.of D.lots 4 Add.of -_-28 8 21 -S.: E. Corpenlng --.- 10711
Blk 37 .J 1 nit
the club adjourned in regular order he P. T. A. Is to be presented at Sub Division ---'- 23 -.A. O. ;Jenkins ., __ 10.75 Interest In 1 4 ot

to meet at the social meeting. Bell Friday night.E. Brooksville New equipment WH of Blk. 60.... T. Go's." 10.11Inlk. dltlon Blk. 1 In J. D. Jon. Ad.::18 4 S3 -' Turner, Mott A Oarrls' IIU I

., ,t s Wilson May Secretary. M. Hazen'a barn at his home Installed In City Market. Division.' It L. -'1".-"-'--0;'.-.---u--" 4 S3 L G. Powell _.-.___ Lot.Jones 8 8 ------2 18 4 S3 H. C. Bitch ____..1.. 10,W I

.____ S.75
Sub Division -'l-L.--T---:18 4 S3 L. T. A. Co. ___ One lot of lantaSby310ft.I N
BTOTK;11I Lot I 4 of Blk.
Notice Is hereby given that t h* following land. will b* sold Co'.. Sub DIYI.lloL.n T---u 4 aa Jas. E Franklin .___. 5.75 I bounded. B by Sanderson AW .
at public auction on the FIRST* MO]DAY IN JANUARY 183 It being Lou 1 I of Jane Green 11U-I
GREENWOOD{ St.__SS 8 22One Mary '
S Hoyt
r' ha Inil day of said month, before th* court hou. door at St.rk. In Brad Co'.. Sub Division Sub" 4 as John Williams ___ ..15 Lane lot A of land: a8a f t. N .
ford County, Stat. of Florida .. T. A Co'. iJ. -
or *o n mch thereof will be neooasary to B A W
S 210 ft.
I Mia* BiaM.IF1Ie*. Cr. pay the amount duo for taxes sat oj ipoalta. the same, together with the 31k.Division a -."------.18 8 aa A. O. Jenkins ___- 6.76Lou A by Pratt St AB .
cost ot such sal and of Blk. 49 and Lots bounded N by __,.. :1.11-
:: r i it advertising. CARL JOHNS Tat Collector I I 1 of 4 Blk. f8 x. T.." co'.. by Sanderson Lane. ___28 4 S3* W. Harrell -

j Mr. and Mr.. Bill Plttman and Taxes Sub Division *_ 2/ S3 Sarah Scott _.. ... 1105 One lot of land com. at
DecrlplB. ..... T. E L..A. Ow... *%. Coat Lot 1 A 5Syof LOt-1--, NE Cor of Broadway A.
y children of Jacksonville were the Com. 190 ft W of NE Cor. Blk. 47 L/T1. A Co'.. SubDivision Hoyt E 1t.. A run N on -

.. .. guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. of W% of NW% of BBU ae 6 38 Fannie McCall .-.._ 7.05 Broadway St. 105 ft. B
of NSW A. run 8 146 ft. .1y of lot 2Co'a of Bik.48LT 167 ft. 8 105 ft to Hoyt
k; : fringle Tuesday. I W ion ft. N 845 ft. E 100 Sub Dlvlllion -----76 6 S3 J.R William -----' 8.'III SLIWCUT% ft to b* r. _-is 4 28 -S.I': Colly ________ -. 11'*
Miss :Mary and W. S. Rivers of ft to b... -18 0 S3 E.II.l Short ______ 5.45B. Lot I of Blk. .8 L On I ng on Broadway
; :, Starke were the guests of their All NW% of 8BU South of Co'.. Sub Division' --its: 8 31 Joe Grant ____. 1.55 St. bounded N by old
Call St. _--_18 4 11 D. Card ______ 50.75 Lo t s 1 9 2 4 6 o f B J jail 8 by land of M. U
3, later, Mrs. Waldo Pringle Thursday One acre In NW Cor. of8WU Davis .. Truby'. Addition Johns A known a. KachIhofer 11 If
night. of 8BU. _______M 4 11 O. L. Haynes ________ 40.75 StarkeAt. NE Cor. of SE'4 place __ ------28 21 Unknown ___
Half acre bounded SAB of "; :rD"i3S 4 88 A. Z. Adklns _......111.85 Lotc1354567591011 0
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Pringle and by Pin 8t. W by N. e 7 4ojVDr 1 13 of Blk. 1 DowllngBub ,
I 1 children were visiting In Maxville Sternbera-t N by Mrs.. TrubY'. Addition to Division to Starke In
S R. 8. Fernandas _-_ R. 8. Fernandas __..--. 4.35 Starke. NE Cor. of 82334of NWU of SWU A. SWU of __ 2SI
.I' s Sunday afternoon. Com. at SE Cor. of SW% NW% W of RI. --.---95 4 sa -.A. Z. Adklns _____ ".n NW 19 8 13 .L. V. Dowllng- __
i r Mr. St. Clair Moseley was a of 8W14 A. run W 785 ft Truby's Addltlonto Lot 18 I /5 8"7"8 T 10 N 111 ,t. NE C08 ft. B Davie&.i 13 of Blk. 3 Dowllng SubDivision
r', .c.. business visitor to Gainesville Sat. 108 ft. thence Jfl 174 ft. Starkei NE Cor. of to Starke In

wrday.. 8 801 ft. to beg also certain SE% of NWU W of R3T.--38:: 4 aa A. Z. Adkln. S5.35 NWU of 8W% A. BWU of 11.16
lands of Mr. Spark- Lot 8 9 of Blk. S Davie NWU -- _____SB 4 SS L V. Dowllns -
W of Ry.: In 8BU Trnby'a Addition to Lot 1 of B1k. 1 City Park

mannV4% ______IS 4 S3 10 Mrs. B. F. Johns _,".n Starke NB Cor. of 8BU Sub Division Weatherly
of Blk 9 NWU of nv J. M. Truby ._..___ 14.85 Carmen's. Addition to
Lots 0 T S Original of 5y" W > ---IS 4 as A Andrews"B __ 1.11
DOUBLE RUN Town: ot Btark. In Lot. 1 8 i'4 1 4 ? 5& fracl.Lot Starke In SW\Io of BBU_38 4 S3 -s.: W.
:: .. Nuu of awu --as 4 saN H. A. Dew -...... ..?- 35.05 on W aide of Blk. B I 1' 0t.26575ot Blk. 1 City
%+ of Blk. 5U Original ex. 85 ft. of lots 75 N. Park Sub Division
''fie' Mia Bo*<* B.._. c... 'Town of Stark In NBU\ J. Jones Addition to Weatherly: A. Carmen'.

of 8WU > --.11 4 S3 B. A. Bishop ._?_._ 13.05 Stark In SEU 01 NWU Addition to Stark In _______ 1,11
8o r, Lot. 3 I 4 5 of Blk. 4 Orig W of Walnut St. __ Ja 6 S3 Bradford County Bank 41.S5 SWU of BBU L-SS 4 SS ,- Unknown
Miss Millie Judd WM. visiting inal Town of Btark In Lot* I 9 11 11 ex. N 10 ft. Lot 8 of Blk. 1 City Park
:Misses Rose and Lossie Anderson NBU of SWU -S3 4 S3 T. A. Brln.on ?______ 11.05 of lot 9 11 of Blk. O Bub Dlvlalon Weatherly
Lot. fa of Blk. 11 Original N. J. Jon. Addition to A Carmen'* Addition to ________ UI-
f. .. -of Lawtey Sunday morning. I Town of Stark In NBU\ Stark In SE% of NWU Btark In SWU of SEU\ -_33 8 13 23. W. Miller

:Miss Inea Kersey was the guest of SWU m _._18 t 11 11''. F. Stump _-:_ --.:-_?? 88 05 W of Walnut St. ---.--18 4 II Unknown __ ".11I" Lot 8 t of Blk 3 City Park
Com. 80 ft. 8 of NE Cor. .ots11346t.i Blk. D. Sub Division WeatherlyA
: of Boots Brown Sunday afternoon. of Blk. IT A run W 80 ft. N. J. Jones Addition to Carmen'B Addition to 4.66
Miss Virginia Brantley of Harts- S25It.2350ft.N25 ft. Stark in BBU of NWU :. In SH of BBU of 18 4 U 1IIr. E. K. P.rrym.n
_ to b... Original Town of W of Walnut Bt Lot 1 of Blk. 4 City Park
E. burg was the Saturday night Starke In NBU\ of 8WU-SS I SS IL,A. Bishop _______ 13.45 : "______18 6 S3 -s.: M. Alvares ____ 81.85 Sub Division Weatherly
guest of Millie Judd. Com. at NW Cor. of Call A. _- : LoRri, A"N5"ft7-.of lots 4 A Carmen' Addition to SI.trunk -- 1,16
"ford Walnut Bt*. A run W on 6 4 of Blk B N. ;J. Jones Stark In SWU of SEU_28 4 J3 :Joe --
Miss Willie Mae Johns and Mary Call St. 148 ft. I In. to a Addition to Stark In Lot 1334 of Blk. A
y'j' Judd were guests of Pearl and pt. of beg. thence N lea 8BU of NWU W of Walnut Stump's Addition to
ft. W10ft.S103ft.E Bt. __ .25 4 S3 -S.: M. Alvares ____ 17.45 Stark In SH of SEU ofl9 5'31otstIS464T8ofBlk.
.Prevatt S3 -1'1'. Stump -----
Gladys of Lawtey Sunday 18 ft. to beg. Original' Lot 5 of Blk. 1 Highway: 4
'' (t3 Afternoon. town of Stark In NBUof Addition to Stark _____IS 4 S3 Bradford County Bank. 40.75 ..
kU \ __-18 S SS D. B. Knight __ S3,40' Lot 1' of Blk. 1 T.mpl.11 Stump's Addition to
E 41'4 It.of tote i 3 of Addition to Stark In ,Starks In SWU of SEA_ < -I'. 11' Stump ____ 8,1NEt'
Blk. 11 *x:. SO ft. by 48Vt NBV4" of NW% and WU. --- g 4 S3
ft. on South aide sold to of NEU W of Ry. ______IIWH 4 S3 Bradford County Bank. 51.85 Lo, *i4657A 5ik"
Heilbronn Springs F. C. Holllngsworth of lot I of Blk. 1 Tem C Stump'. Addition to
Orlclnil 1 Town of Stark ple' Addition to Btarke Stark In SH of BBU offj 4 33 -I' 11' Stump _______ In
In NBttof\ BWU -_II 1 S3 ,:J. W. Andrews _....__10115 In NEU of NWU and WU N2334ot.13456781f011 :
1 ___________. Mia Thelma ft...... C... One Lot Com. 48V ft W of of NEU" W of Ry. ___II 4 S3 -_, F. O. Hemingway A
NB I Cor. of Blk. 18 A run Lot 8 of Blk I Temple'. P. a McMillan 31.45 13 13 14 15 14 ot.Blk. D ..tfltump' 15
W on Call St 87 ft. S In. Addition to Stark In NBU Add. to St.rk.l" f
Stump -
aa F. --
tit, Misses Lois Moore and Thelma I S 105 (t. B 87 ft. 3 In. N of NWU and W 34 of NBU In SH' of SEU of NBU._ 4 >-

Rhoden spent Saturday In Lawtey 108 ft. to beg Original w of By.: -_ _-....____-.. 4 S3 Mrs Celia Carter 13.15 All block 14 In Qasklna'jjSH 4 83 L. A. Davis Jr. ___UUS
Town of Stark In NBU\ All Blk. 9 ex. atrip- of land Addition --_---
attending the girls 4-H Council of awy, 5 II :J. M. Alvares ., 70.10 10 ft. I In. off N aid of acres"' In NW Cor. of
't meeting. Lot 6 ex.lot S6 rt.N R 8 Dj lot 4 A ex. all lot. 647Temple' NBU" of SEU being 151ft.N&SbyaloftB& US
d 50 ft E A W In NE Cor. Addition to a S3S3 '_ L. A. Dsvl.Jr: ____
38 4
r Mr. Roy Carter and Jack Griffin of sam A Lot 7 e*. 50 Starke In NE\Io of NWU W --------- 8"
made a business trip to Lake Butler ft. A art, of lots 8 8 ofBlk. and WU of NEU W ofLotsT'l'a'a SW\4\ of 823554 of N2354 8 olU 1 L. A. Davis :Jr. ____
_ a :. 18 Original Town ofBtark 4 S3 8. :A John: _..._. flS5 ditch ----rwr'-
& r q last Monday. In NBU of SWU-SS 4 33 -- H. V. Knight _...... ".n : -"TTT'oT'Blk"1 1 1-4 acre bounded E by
_ Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Thomas of Com. 30 ft. S of NB Cor. 4 Temple' Addition to Myrtle: !!It. S by Madison/
of Lot S of Blk. 18 A run to Stark In NBU of St. W by land of L. A. '
__ Plant City spent last week here W 60 It. 8 85 ft. El 50 ft. NWU and WU ot NBU Davis. Jr.', A N by: half Holtiendorf 11.95
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jima N 15 ft. to b..... Original W of Or y. : iiLot 4 II-H. A. Shaver Co. __, 51.45 .e. 2t 4 33 -. B. C. A C.
Thomas. Town of Stark In NE% 8 7 lk.: 7 Temple'sAddition ;;; Com. *lineCor..of Midi
of 8WH ____-ll 4 11 H. A. Bishop ? -, r. 41." to Stark In son it. Myrtle Sts. A runS
'I t Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rhoden oft Residence", lot on W aide of NBU of NWUand WH of 110 ft. W 310 ft. N 310

;. Starke spent last week-end with I Blk. 18 bounded by Call NEU" W of Ry.: !1 4 S3 B. W. Hayes: ___..._... IllS ft. to Madison Bt. thane US
St. B by Stark House. A. Lot 13 3 fl. 7 tl11otBik. B oi said St. 310 ft. to S. HolMendorf
ila father, Mr. W. C.'Rhoden. W. H. River. 8 by Mad.Icon 11 Tample'e Additionto b... In, daskln'* Add._3Com. 4 S3 '.B.. .C. A,.
Miss Lois Moore spent Wednesday : St. A W !by Court Bt.ex. Stark In NEU of : 110 ft.' 8 of 8W Cor. :
Iota In NW Cor. cold NWU and WH of NBU of Madison A Myrtle Sts.A ) ."'"
{ y : of last week In Starke with J. R. Davis A. Son A. W of Ry. ___________.11 4 II M. :R. LldJonC. 41.11I run'' S on Myrtle St .-
Miss Anita Wainwright and while Richard A ex. lot sold Lot 11 18 of Blk. 11 Tem 110<< ft. W 310 ft. N 310 ft.
Clara I* Peek Original pl.'. Add to Stark In ft to beg. In Cask- Holtiendorf 10.15
there attended B. H. S. Town of> Stark In NBU NEU of NW% and WH of in'. "_ -_ --_---.- II 4 S3 B. .C. A. C. S.
of SW14\ __ W of Ry. IS 8 S3 Kr.. P. Eo Halley 7,56 ,W of SW Cor.
Miss Pencie Davis and Mr. Lacy --" a Unknown ....-...103.45 NEU ---- Com. 310 ft. .
7, Lots 1 I of :Blk 81 OrlgInal Lot IS 14 of Blk. 14 Tm- of Madlaon A Myrtle Sts.A 'r'
Davis both of Jacksonville were Town of Starke in pl.'. Addition to Stark > run W 110 ft. to Wat-

________ visiting relatives here Saturday NBU\ of HWU 11 0.0. C Krus ... 8>.05 in NEU of NWU and Wli / mol''*laneS Bt. thence 8 on
Lot T of Hlk. 18 Original" of NBU W of Ry. ___IS 4 S3 T. to: Alderman r.._..., n.n said St. 430 ft. N 410 ft.
t .night Town ef, Stark In NBU Lot I of Blk. 14 TempU's to beg A. designated.
tY \ Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kite of of SWT ----------is 8 11 P. 8. McMillan ___._ 11.05t Add to Stark In NBU" map of :. Add aa '.i. :Jr. ..15
Blk. It as extended on Bny of NWU and WH of"NEU "Clark 3: A Blk _. -38 4 SS L.. Davis
:Jacksonville spent Sunday here '* Mao ex. B 100 ft. Ax. wo* Rr.: .;_______S8 4 S3 L 0. 11.18 I.c.....' In BW Cor.of US
II'1 with his brother and sister-in-law, a atrip of land 80 ft. t Lot S 9 10 11 it of Blk. S3 .pT llBU of BEU of NBU __SB 4 S3 -s. G. Boyd: ..--

J Mr. and Mrs. Littleton Kite. on Madlaon stt. by 87 ft. Temple'* Addition to 3 acres In NBU" of BE+II
1 on Walnut sod to L. Btark In NBUot NWU: bounded B by Dowllng'
_ 1 Mr., Brack Prevatt of Hampton, A. Davl Original Townof and WH ot NBU; W oa Add. 8 by Bt. W by St. A.. nOI
p@S( was visiting Mr. and Mrs. JC. stark In NBU of ( 4 S3 L. Peek -_______ _- UI N by aaakln'. Add. ____. 4 S3 Hr. V. Torru.l1&
ti Lo/'l 14 4"of Blk.I7Tempies
t' Jones SWU iilk0 atended2a W. Andrews ? .. 47.55 3 9 acres' In SW Cor. of 8EU U S
: Sunday night.Misses Wtt of Addition to Stark of 8KU A W 8 A of 8EH _
Essie and Annie :Mae on Enemy Map ex. 8 105 In NBU'" 01 NWU and.. 'of.Wli of HEY: SBOn 8 S3 T. :So Alderman
I ft. Orlilnal Town of of NTBU w ..f RrLot .__ 4 S3 Lots Peek Ferryman 7.15 lot of lane0 jerde

: :" Crawford spent last Wednesday In Starke In NBU of BWU-18 .. Mrs. ID. F. :Johns .....- 41." ? of Blk 34 Temple's N&Sbyl2Oyard.E&: 17,13
j a, Starke the guest of her aunt Mrs. EH of Blk. 30 a* extended Addition to Btark In W In SB Cor. of BBU of.. McArthur -
d on Enemy: Map ex. 8 105 NE"-_of NWU and WH :_ 4 33 Mrs.. Rachl
,:Annie Crawford. ft. Orlrlnal Town of of N Soy'" w of Ry: ____ -is 4 S3 W. R. Crosby _____ 7.35 Com. at BB Cor. of BBU ,.
; The home demonstration club Stark. In NE+k of SW,,.IS II :J. F. Houser JOT,?.-?_-__ 7.SI Lot 11 of Blk. 34 Tem- of BBU and run W 375 ft.
Beg, 10 ft 8 of NB Cor. of plea Addition Btark to W line of B. W. Drlg-
.;,, 1 : held their regular monthly meetIng Blk. 1> a* extended on in NBU ot NWU and WH ger. l.ndL thence N on ,
L. ( at Heilbronn recently. Miss Enaey Nap and run 8 It of Nm: W 01 Ry. _.I 4 SS A. :J. Thomas .- 'I.lIS aid land 313 ft. to a pt.
ft. W 80 ft. to beg. Orlg-' ""
Lot 17 1 of Blk. 37 Tm- .of besvibn.ce.-N!! 378, .
Jt. tl Pearl Jordan demonstrated cook- Ina..Te.1I Of ple'a Addlklo Stark WAUdiTrtJ-B _
', I Sta3Jitmr! to ( : 47ft ft--B 110 0-
1; fJ tag with syrup. Two kinds of cake NEW-b I 81M1.I' :: ::- -U' 1 S3 A. W. Anderson 11.11 In NBU of NW% and WH ft. to the pt. of b.g..-' 151l.
+j ? was served with Lot. 1 I I' of elk t1 8BU' of NBU" W of Ry____III 4 II Mrs. Front demon ..III A In SHU of BBU ___II 1 n L. A. Davis, Jr. -
,tl, f sauce and tea. 'I of SWU J. M. John Ad- Lot* 4 I 4 T 11 of Blk. IT N'\4\ .W* Of8BW of
'" .. There will be a pound party dltlon ._-?_ta 33 John: R McKl*! y __ 15 If *'. Addition to W>o54 N of ditch I" ...T'
} }r"I'l tT;! ; Lots 4 S ef Blk. 34 1.11\4\ Stare la NBU ot NWU acr. I' 12 L. A. Davl Jr. --

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: CLAUS- received another book this,I We were very-sorry to lose one F,

IB. FL S. JOURNAL (LillIas Dyer Hall)) week for our library from Alma. of our classmates Woodfln Halle, .!F

Dear Santa Claus, mamma told me Murrhee. We surely are glad to. who baa moved to Lake City. h' '

That I might write to you, get all the books we can. Christmas Is almost here and everybody {

To ask you if you mean to come The following Christmas poems la writing their letter to '
Adown our chimneyflue.For were written by members of our "Dear Old Santa." Here Is our tP't' ,

$ditorln-Chief PERSONALITIES OF SENIORS ADVANCE EXAMINATION CRITICISMS AND COMMENTSBy class: and we hope that it will bring good v''t f

HOPE HATNES i SCHEDULE If you do we mean to hang Chrtotmae Eve results. "' s ,, s'' 1t

Managing: Editor Carrol Cain-Best figure. ( Lester Austin.) Eight stocking on the wall On Christmas Eve I laugh with Starke, Fla., Dec. 11, 193%. t ,,, rt.

ROBINSON Mack Davis-Athlete. Bradford County High School Well, the local football seasons And hope that you will not forgetTo glee, Dear Santa Claus: dS, p
ELDREDGB) Dolly Dinkins-Musician. first day, Monday, December 19, ( over, and the Tornadoes came bring enough for all. For Santa Is all that I can see; We have been very good boy N ( iy jon

Exchange Editor Juanlta Dukes-Sleepy Dukes. 1932, double section classes. out on top-somewhat in the same I. He Is always: on my mind and girls, not making below fifty IJ"
ABBIB HARLEY Jennie Dunn-Sophisticated. Monday, 8:35-10:30: : regular fashion as Hoover. Comparison to There's father's blue and mother's I know that Santa (is good and any of our monthly testa. We 4 ''

literary Editor Lucille Edwards-Modest. scheduler that "Radicated Republican", however And sister's long and black; kind; would like for you to bring us two !
KDWARDS' Ina Forsyth-True pal. Monday 10:30-12:30 The striped one belongs to Lew; Santa drives his reindeers flower pots for our windows, a
LUCILLE I : : boy's physical might be a trifle misleading;
Abbie Harley-Melancboly. education. for all that Herb had behind him The long one belongs to Jack. through the cold, white snow, new coat of paint- for our room.
Sports Editor He is sure to bring me somethingthat and some pictures for our walls. ,
Hope Haynes Conceited.
INMAN Monday 1:20-3:00: : girl's physical was the G. O. P. (groans of people
JOHN I know; If It Isn't too much trouble we '
Ivan Hazen-Romantic. education. ), while our grldsters had the And there Is Sue'a and Uncle Joe's,
I hang up my stocking on Christmas would like-for you to also bring us V?
Society Editor Oakle on-Vamplre. Tuesday 8:39-10:30: : English IV backing of innnumerable loyal sup You surely must not miss,
JOYCE MAST John InmanIntelligent.Beatrice a&b, Algebra 1 a&b, English 11 porters. Also, while the home But something put in everyone, Eve night, cushions for our desk seats and i'4'u' y''
And Santa fills It until it's a sight. some mouse traps to put in our
Reporters12th Johns-Fashion book. a&b, Geon. a&b team's performance took "wee And make mine look like this:
Class Thornton Johns Preacher. a Santa brings me toys of all kinds, i desks so that we can keep people 'it," ti,
Grade, Jennie Dunn Tuesday, 10:30.12:20: : English HI drap" below par, thelr's wasn't exactly "
But know I don't mind from borrowing our pencils. &'
Loris Kelly-The scientist. I want it stretched across you really ;
11th Grade Bunnie Canova. a&b, English 1 a&b, Biol. a&b. the exhibition of a team from
Marjorie Stump Genevieve Kenly-Sarcastic. Tuesday, 1:20-3:00: : History IV the old ladles' home. (Of course,, the top so very, very wide; I always like to see Christmas With love, ",Vt
Morris JacksonGenerous.MIldred I want it big and broad and come, The Juniors of B. II. S. ,
a&b Alg. 11 a&b
10th Grade, Louise' Snyder History 1 a&b. some smartyll say it waan't as
For I have all sorts of fun. As this will be the last editionof v
9th Grade, Hazel Lennon Morgan-Very shy. Wednesday a. m 8:36-10:30: : good. Oh, well-"And the priests'were thick, and bulging at the side
Editors Clyde Morgan-The flapper. Se:. a&b. All 1st period classes. astonished at his understand I want a top, I want a ball, I By :Mae Prevatt. our paper before Christmas) we, ) ,r

Joke MORGAN Harmon Morgan-Brilliant. Wednesday, 10:30-12:30: all 2nd ing and answers want a trumpet, too; I want a the Juniors of B. H. S., would like'h' '
CLYDE Santa Clam to say that we wish each and everyone r i '
Maurice JumpingJack, all dressed
Morgan-Always hap- period classes. Anyhow, the locals had the dandy
Santa is coming; yes. I know, of you a very Merry Xmas w.
Wednesday, 1:20-3:00: all other toughest schedule In to face, In red and blue; I want a little k
HIGH SCHOOL py.Malcolm years I hear him coming through the and a Prosperous New Year. t.
LewisAristocratic.Pearle 3rd period classes. the list being completely void of trotting horse that's made to (goon
I ENDS FOOTBALL, SEASONBy McEachern-Baby Sen Thursday, 8:36-10:30: : 4th period setups-unless perhaps Chleflandor wheels; I want a doC! that snow. r
lor.' classes. Lake City-and every game a snaps and barks I want a He Is bringing my toys of all kind; AN ERROR :, 'r\
John Inman.) He will not them and leave
( Joyce Mast-Wise cracker. Thursday, 10:30-12:20: : 5th period flst-and-skull fight But we did pig that squeals; I want a sled forget -
The Bradford High Tornadoesve Essie Sapp-The model. classes. I spring some upsets occasionally.One with runners bright, the top all them behind. Under the heading of "Football N'
ended their.1932 football Santa Is a jolly old elf '
< not Harry Sapp-Bashful. Thursday, 1:20-3:00: : 6th period of them was our surprise painted green, with stripesof Personalities" In last week' Telegraph t
D In defeat as many of the Ruth Rowe-Senior sweetheart, classes. homecoming rout of Jasper. Dopedto gold and letters, too the He brings. my toys and puts themon Mao Davis was announced ,

puJaee have thought. Although Elizabeth Williams-Whimsical. Friday: Regular schedule. Re lose by at least two scores, our neatest ever seen; and thenI a shelf; as captain of the Tornado team )! 'p
lost five of our scheduled He paints his toys all read white
e have want of skates ,
Margaret Williams Senior organization.. Assembly. boys, with the largest crowd In a pair for 1932.
games, we have accomplished those many moons behind them, grimlyset for skating has begun, and blue, Since then a meeting has been
which are essential In runt.Frank And gives them to children I know
thugs very and all the ,
Williams-Handsome. their molars and won the most boy held and John Inman was selected
football knowledge.At Harry TysonIndustrious.The Important date of the year. and girls In for this honor.t
the beginning of our season seniors had the privilege of The main park plug in the offense school are hav By Theodore Tyler. Davis, however, was chosen a* f ;
|re started out with some boys sitting on the curbing} while the ( Sidney) that downed Jasper was ing lots" of alternate captain for the year
to be the funda- I heard the sympathy orchestralast
*ho bad taught fun. Mama COMPASSION .
school picture was taken last Robinson. That boy played ball. In
ntals of football playing. Butter Wednesday Gee, but we seniors night (symphony). the last half, the Jasper fullback says I'm not YE: OLE SIMILE CORNER i1vp, 'a'
few weeks of active She Is taking a course In .
a prac- supplied big enough See the Saviour In
felt -
big. shot a pass at right end, who was compassion
ce and perseverance and the Seniors, It Is now time to startburning' art. (applied). about midfield. Eldredge leapedup and that I'd Come to earth to bleed and die; (By Lester Austin) '

ilous and -unselfish words of the mid-night oil for ex She suffered an apologetic stroke opened his arms and said: bump my Think of His great love In leaving As talkative as Mrs. Hudson dictating. -
;oach Larson, our boys have gain and was rushed to a hospital. (ap- head, then Heaven's blessed home "
ams. Only two more weeks and "Come to papa. Then, running as on high. I -fy ,
olettc .
i a lasting knowledge of footballthat they will be over. Then we can ) never before, as the books say, that I'd have to Down to win earth's weary sinners, As audible as Professor Gray ;, h r
will prepare them for a team sit down and think of Santa Claus The old woman retired to spend hombre slashed his way across the stay In doors, Wandering far-how can It be? handing someone a verbal shellacking f
with the best In the the rest of her life In delusion. (exclusion ,
gint will cope like Mrs. Tompkins' Oh what love 'tla .
for a while. coveted final stripe and a touch passing knowledge : "
lure gridiron contests that willme We are very glad to welcome ). down. With about thirty secondsto Ned. So If you do not As polite as Genevieve. '

i next year. The football play- Hope Haynes back to school. She He was a proud professor of an go In the last quarter, he intercepted bring the skates, I guessI Can It be? Can It be? .As prepared as A. E. t

IS that will graduate this year has been out for two weeks on account automobile (possessor). another pass just about the shall not caret But oh, As sophisticated as Daisy.

111 be. very much missed nextr. of illness. S. H... -, 35. same place and wasn't stopped I quite forgot to say, I See the Saviour thoughtful, walkIng As studious as Dorothy. .' "

They are the following: Since this is our last news before short of the goal line. The whistle want a rocking-chair, As evasive as Mrs. Alderman. r

:apL John Inman, alternate cap- Christmas the seniors wish CHRISTMASChristmas tooted just before he got across, and nuts and candy by By the Sea of Galilee; As hard-boiled as Coach Larson. !

aJD i Mac Davis, Harry Tison, Ivan all a Merry Christmas and a Hap however. the pound, and popcorn Hear Him call those lowly fishers, As numerous as the time that '
&zeD, and Malcolmn Lewis. Only py New Year. ) Is a festival holiday The outstanding factor in the white as snow; I wantIt "Follow Me, come follow Me. Mrs; Long "recalls dlstlntcly." (' '' '

hv n*_.. but bov_. oh bovt What a I observed by most people on December team's impotence this season was filled just brimmingfull Come with Me to live and labour As agreeable as Mrs. McLendon.As : !. r

erhouse. THIS AND THAT 25th, on account of the green material. At least half the from top and heel to toe. Till the close of life's last day; "broad" as Pearl. ,I: '
The lettermen for the 1932 sea- birth of Christ. Some churches entire squad had never played in Help me win the souls who wander S 'I, v,

D i were announced at a football All pupils are happy since Mr. have their Christmas on January a game before. This fact can be EIGIITII GRADE NEWS Far away, far away." Tallahassee Governor-elect "' '
lalneas meeting by Coach Lar- Gray announced one week vaca 6th, because they think that Christ illustrated by two little Incidents.. By Patsy Edmondson., Dave Sholt announced here last ;; .'
After naming the lettermen tion. was born on that date. Most peo- One Friday afternoon In the The members of the eighth grade week that j.- P. Newell of Fort

e> captain and alternate captain It looks as If this school has one ple give their friends and relatives dressing room, one of the greenles science class have completed their INDUSTRIAL-GEOGRAPHY Pierce will be his secretary when { 4 1'

'ere elected. Inman was elected of the laziest groups of sophomores presents as a remembrance. It Is said to a more experienced guy: semester scrap book. This was a he goes Into office as (governor, w

plain and Mac Davis alternate in its history since they let a day when everyone has a good "What's these shoes made out class room project, and kept everyone The Industrial Geography classIs January 3. Newell was manager r

iptaln.( Coach Larson also gave the freshmen run wild. time and enjoys a "large dinner". of?" quite bulsy. Each pupil has very busy making book of the state democratic campaign t
i short talk of the high standards In most cities some organizations scrap during the recent election. ; '
The athletic club will soon sponsor "Hide, the other replied. gained much additional knowledge of the different Industrial materials 4
football. a play to help pay the bills that have community trees, where every "Hide! What fort"! from this work. found In and The governor-elect and Mr Newell 1 e
The lettermen are as follows: the football team Incurred. poor child gets at least one "Hide! The cow's outside!" The eighth grade as a class room We papers magazines. are here with Governor Carl 1

plain, John Inman; alternate The Tornadoes will not have a gift Moat churches have a tree "What do I care?" snorted the project, last week framed a beauti time cutting surely out the are having a ton familiarizing themselveea with, i I

plain, Mac Davis; Ivan Hazen, basketball team this year becauseof that is decorated and the members greenle; "I ain't afraid of no cowl"! ful picture of two ships. The name pasting them In our note pictures books.and the workings of the governor's office. ,d,'

lurry Tyson, Malcolmn Lewis, A. lack of funds to buy uniforms. draw names and exchange gifts. The other incident was relatedto of the picture Is, "In Company," While we were about .
E. WaU, Frow Strickland, Eld- Coach Larson announced the Leslie Biggs, 10 A. us by Jimmy Moore. Upon be. and was painted by Charles Robert the silk manufacture studying Mr. r
!rtdge Robinson, Randolph Crosby, names of the boys that would receive ing told some slxe years ago the Patterson. The picture was contributed told us about visiting the Apalachlcola New equipment "
Joe Shuford, Tommy. Cason, Robert SEVENTH GRADE NEWSIt largestsilk Installed In Dixie Theatre. ;1
football letters. The team mission of the stork, Jimmy asked by one of the pupils and mill In France, which Is In ,
Chapman, Merrill Edwards, also voted on Inman as honorary where the stork got the young'uns. was mounted and framed by Vera Lyon.

William Tison, Okeeffer Harrell, captain and Davis as alternate was our time to give the pro "They come up out of the Claire Robinson, Eula Mae Dyal, We are learning "
something new
Purvis Hazen and Jimmy Moore. captain.The gram In assembly Friday. The following ground, where the stork plants the Mildred Brown, Eunice Williams, every day. Recently we learned OVIR WODI.t' :

We also wish to express our next year's football team numbers were given: the seed" the evasive informant Irene Davis and Florled Killings- that there (Iso mill at NERlESquUP
paper pulp
thanks to Coach Larson for his A solo "Salute to the Colors .
will miss services of five of their piano replied. worth. Panama City, Florida and that 11
faithful work and cooperation. His best players, Inman, Davis, Lewis ," by Beatrice Moseley.A JImmle.planted a vegetable seedIn The second and third grade presented one of the largest water, n f 'CrYtj

I untiring: perseverance and guidance Hazen, Tyson. reading, by Lillian Stump. the garden that evening, and 1 to the eighth grade a centers of the world Is located power at
will be a lasting inspiration This will be the last issue of this Piano solo "My First Polka'" by returned the following morn for Christmas present which was a Jackson's Bluff, near Montlcelld,

in our lives. school paper this year. Virginia Fugate. proof. An enormous toad, In the black-board border of bowls filled Fla.

t The news staff of the B. H. S. Song, "School Days," By Mark- glory of all his repulsiveness, dominated with polnsettlas. This work was -

LOW FOURTH REPORT Journal miss their editor-ln-chlef. ley Hornsby, Clarice Gill, Reese the little mound of earth. done under direction of Mrs. R. F. Who Would Think-.

Stanley Noegels, Andrew Grlffls Hope Haynes: Bradley and Thelma Wynn.A "Drat you l"! Jimmy ground. "I'd Demorest. It Is very artistic and ,
land Earl George, were absent Mon. The staff of the B. H. S. Journal play, "The Kept-Ins" by Patsy kill you If I weren't your dadl" adds much to the attractivenessof That New York leads In the { ,

|day.Mabel takes this privilege of wishing everybody -I Edmondson, Mildred Warren, Irene Despite the greenness and Im the room. manufacture of women's clothing

Prevatt bad a birthday a Merry Christmas and a Prescott, Bmy' Powell, Willis potence, the will t6 do was thereIn and employs 160,000 workers' an-

I Wednesday. She was twelve years Happy New Year. f Smith, Robert Jackson and Ros- every player. For instance, in SOPHOMORE NEWS nually.,

I old.We 'well NoegeL the game with Jasper, Joe Shuford That last week Florida oranges y1(

are working hard now get- Frostproof Bill Dougherty reopened I Rosewell Noegel had a birthday warmed the bench part of the time Miss Martha Powell motored to sold for more In New York, Bos

tog ready for examinations. lunch stand at Oth street. December 7. with a charleyhorse mean he Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon ton Philadelphia and Chicago

had charleshorse. He was on Miss than California oranges. They ac.
-------- Dorothy Sapp motored
DWIG his toes with anxiety. through Campville Sunday. j tually sold for $3.80 per crate.

SCHOOL DAYS By "Coach." be said, "let me get Mrs. Perkins: What system of That Japan can make a Colt

out there In the fray." organs move the body? Pistol and sell It for $8.00 while '1'0 J9USa ....... r '
"What, with that bum leg?" Donald McRae: Legs. United States has to sell them every nerve at high teui II. ;

; "No; with them thar skunks Mrs. Long has purchased a tree for about 32.00? No wonder yon snap at the wife w
't'i PIArY That Japan can ship fish to'U. and bark the '
; A.r from Jasper! of grammar for her Englishclasses. at children.
: .e. eAU- As a matter of 'form and custom We hope that this will S. cheaper .than we ''can catch Watch out! OverworkedSTTSS 1 '
:. ._ %,yT +r :. of course there must be a be beneficial in our to 'them? : JUT lead to SUnleesv. a
ifTabW" Me orwi few posies handed the coach. We learn the parts of speech. That Florida leads In naval *-. Nernm: : Headache, Ner,>-
.- stores Mladlceetlon and a host fit
l thTre..TAar [ products? '
N'. are willing to wager that no other Miss Elizabeth Holllngsworth ether d +
.. ; .... 1 A" al1eA That the American wjipleasant disturbance
r -". e.. --- high school coach in the whole spent In Jacksonville Sat people earn Why 4ot yon try Dr. MfleaT
\ ('$ %, -- \ ,...--. : .." town could have done what he did urday. more and spend more money than BfferveMent NervfaM' Tab.....,
MOiI teA- ,' ,' .. .. "" '"'''' '' with the material he had. This Miss Louise Snyder motored to any other nation of the worldS ? Jest one hi a half lass .< d w
CAIUNG. .I i' .h' was probably due to two causes: Jacksonville Saturday. water makes a pleasant to arpaID.- '

I r' GaK A 3l Good will and strenuous training. Mr. Robert Chapman motored to Tins JUNIORS Ha*' drink dengbtfully eoothfav t
te> or tai d .....
\9J s Ii1W Coach never tried to fool his boy Jacksonville Sunday. Dr. Miles' NerrtaM .b now ;
+ '1i' He wasn't afraid to show them Most of the junior class are get. Muto. te twe otTB-LlqmU end '

: r any telegram or letter he had In NOTICE ting along fine. All taking Biology CfferreeMot Tablet.:,. ,i '
his time. (Proof that are'exempt. the same MMthbw effect.LM .
$04'\& pocket any S. There Is ,lr l
\ '. -j '. .... f"Y TAG there's two sides to his family.) Because of lack of space several only one taking-Martha Brown $ at year drag .... .,iae)

.. \ S) ,.", .,-,,: -v,. He Isn't like the man that had features were omitted from the lee. Most of the bookkeeping ,,. "' ; Y,, rryahrs't
,&, :."" :sit I "Not dead, but sleeping" Inscribed school news this week. There will dents have finished their first set
1 J "
: r "J ":;"' -.j. on his tombstone; the one that the be Included In an early Issue of the of books. We are all proud of our R fll171"CG' llr
J -0#_ old darkey walked up to, studiedthe Telegraph. junior, Lola Long, who made twen (} '
,. liIe. ... .:>. .. inscription, scratched his head e> ty-six words per minute In type OO NERVINF. rffU
4 so\ .. -.1. ., ..
S and muttered: writing. 1 > s
.. RRCasil- j i "He iho' ain't foolln' nobody but .

'... fIIU. 'I. pu.'t; A URl> hlsself! The following letter was written

,-.. .."' ,ypue'.,pet On the whole, good feeling prevailed by a second grade pupil: Wake Up Your Liver Bile o ol
'J..t. betwen the warden and In
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mates. One player related something
...;"' Dear Santa Claus: V
.'.-..-... ..-. .., .. about calling coach up one I am in the second grade. Won'tyou -Without Calomel'' ,
EN1t O --- afternoon, aekingfor. excuse from please bring me a big doll that
:; ,
r practice. will open and shut her eyes, anda
c fRcF1 Coach he -----
SEES "Hello: Is that you. ? doll
va"a.. : ... carriage.If And You'll Jump Out of Bed Ui Ml.Y.M.wise hofF !, \
,..0 potS ,.. phoned." you cannot get them bringme 4-'e et.rIs. J..s erns Ia rbs b.w.l.9. / t
TI\E; 8A&'t J ,MbC1kOWN$0"s. "Could"Yep, came 1 get excused back the from answer.practice something in place. ia the Morning Rarin to CoIf OM ...... rp JTMT ....MSV YM fcrrObk.W4tMteu4yMtbtMtklifiMil.itla. a *,r r 1 ,.
cuN Much love, 11.
'Into V'\P1 "'I .ltA'B'fII" this afternoon? I-=
c e' Frances Noegel, yon feel soar Mid sank and the epee. tnrt* sat ta lilankhi' T_ a.ds .,
', \\>>f "RRalrI 'oJ. "Sure." 2nd grade Mrs. Ritch. teacher votU looks punk don't swallow a tot oho. ...yw fed, ton to*....Y_wh.... ', '; bSy!
3- "Sorry; I got the wrong num ef salts mineral water, efl, laxativecandy .
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-..-..--.-"._ _. ber." at the stick next year, we expect ; or ehewtag gum and faaahaah.rseddltdAT1tA7L1lrlJl

)A ,.-.--......-... ". ........ One of the boys ifl going to give a tremendously strengthened team. tfaem to make yon addealy sweet Llvtru...................wa. J k

...... s the coach present at Christmasthat Some of our rats, soph and Juniors and buoyant and full! of sunshine.For --.fnoI7........,......".......... ,'

MINUTE -_- r horse .: I he'll never part with-a comb. already bare the bearing of vet- they can't do it. They only Tel ..WIt weal.,... Mai.-. ....... '
'' But unless. I miss my calculation. erans, and It may soon be necessary more. the boweU and M mere movement %
FODTPRW4TS .--.. Coach's got to speed up to be bald to prescribe married life to doesn't get at the cause. The -u.c the...low onto _'

by Christmas. them for a'' while to satisfy their down-ead-out feeling .n' ''MII..Iplk. ....t..c.n.'aUt1I4 '
0'n.e;: btLL RA$ To. TNU T With only five or six of the lust for roughness. Ho, hum. So renoryoui should poor out two U-.1.-11Outt. '

,,,"OS OF 1\Mt-' on '" .eao_ !! member* oft _aqued graouaUnff g odby. so long, adieu and Merry ponad.*of liquid bile into your'bowels
this year, and with Coach Larson Christmas. d II7. -b.tlara2Masfss Oua.a..c: J, Z

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I' .' instructive executive board and outlined her may become so numerous that they to -'="::;;
were very as showing variety are
tv" ,( progress of the work. work for the coming year. She coalesce and give a reddish cast dad good need the malt '
At the noon hour the Lawtey asked her co-workers to meet with THERESSA to the entire leaflet. In severe Successful growers In aaiCl

I: : 'SOClctrJ"LADIES' girls were hostesses at a lovely her the first Wednesday afternoonin 1111. Anode Zeljtler. C.... cases of infection the edges of are using:certified St, d this to Bectlon
: J luncheon which they served to fif- January to complete plans for the leaf curl upward and the leaf that they are pure end be lure

.>, ty-six girls. In the afternoon the the coming year's work. Followingthe Mr. B. F. Hagan of Jacksonville dries out progressively from the When the tubers are cut dlRease.fret for
program for the work for the year business a social hour was en- spent last week with his aunt, Miss edge in toward the midrib. The. all showing any traces of ltet!
was planned. The program of joyed. Ida Hagan; here. resulting dried or scorched appearance blight 01' other dl cases nab
AUXILIARY OF of Mrs. Edward Burns at Kingsley work outlined by the state wad Mr. and Mrs. J. Coon and children has given rise to the common carded. The potatoes art are d1
In honor of Mrs. L. other local Golf being name of this disease. eral days In cvt 1ItV.
RESBYTERIAN MEET Lake Tuesday adopted: with require- Madison course of Waldo were visiting her advance of
." Wyman who leaves the first of the> ments. Each girls is supposed to constructed on Caulk prairie land sister .Mrs. W. H. Hall here Sun- Control:-Spraying plants on the so that the cut places WIU heat planting
,b'" The Ladles Auxiliary of the year to make her home In Lake keep the every day good house- north of town.Inverness nursery beds with 4-4-50 bordeaux not be as likely to rot When and

.,f, Presbyterian church was enter- City.Decorations keeping rules. An extensive nutrition ,,' day.Miss Muriel Hall of Hampton, mixture at two weeks' intervals ed. Blocky seed Pieces, plant
,' tertalned by Mrs. John Uglow at In keeping with the program was planned. Miss Herbert Burke opened spent Monday night with Miss during the summer months will one to two ounces and Weighing
N her home Tuesday evening.: Mre.y Christmas season, tallies and wrapping Anna Mae Sikes, state nutritionist Burke' opposite courthouse. Florence Dunn. control leaf scorch. On fall set two or more eyes, are contalnng!

,\ J y t George H. Lowry In charge of the of the prizes were carried out will be in the county every two Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan, Mr. plants It Is sometimes necessary to Slim seed pieces dry out preferred,
b { devotional reviewed the chapter on In detail by the hostess. At one I months in interest of the work. M Dora' keaeoara oil C. Sullivan Mr. T. B. Trleat and make two applications of the above are Inconvenient to handle quickly,

the Separated Portion in the study o'clock a delicious luncheon was Plans were made for the state Co.'s service station opened at cor- Mr. J. J. Zeigler were transacting spray, one shortly after setting and do not-work well in the Planter and

of Stewardship. Mrs. Tyson of served, after which contract bridge short course and camp this sum- ner Fifth and Highland avenues.Clearwater business In Starke Saturday.Mr. the other about a month later,-to Freshly cut seed pieces
the State Farm, had charge of the was enjoyed. At the conclusion of mer. Many other things of county A. U Sullivan Is leading this prevent leaf scorch from becoming not stored In bulk or left Ihollld
j'' bible study on the book of Ruth. the game scores were added and wide interest was discussed. One of county section In strawberry growing. He serious before it la naturally controlled to the weather which will lower expteed
Mrs. B. :M. Davis, president, presided prizes awarded to Mra.: N. Stern- hour was devoted to recreation af- line road race- gathered seven quarts of fine by the advent of cool weather. vitality. Successful growers tie
at the business session and I berg for making high and to Mrs. ter the meeting adjourned. track completedFrostproof by Tampashores strawberries last Saturday.Mr. the seed pieces In clean fertlUzer pllee

r 1 being assisted by Mrs. :M. W. Mor- Nat Turnbull for scoring second R. M. Hersey went to Plant Leaf Blight bags and usually stack ten

row, gave a program on "Persia/* high. Mrs. Wyman was presenteda JOINT BIRTHDAY -i. Ramon Theatre City last week. This disease, which Is caused by layer deep in a shed or barn Which one
At the close of the social hour the number of gifts gay in holiday CELEBRATION opened. We were all grieved to hear of the fungus Dendrophoma obscur- Is well ventilated.

;; hostess served'' refreshments to wrappings from the different mem- the death of our dear friend Mr. ans (E. ac E.) Anderson, has not With good seed and

those present. bers of the club of which she has Mr. A. J. Underhill and aen-in- Hollywood Ten-cent Store to Blrt Hagan of Valdosta, Ga., and been reported from so wide a range precautions In operating the ordinary

+ long been a member.invited Mra. J. law, Mr. J. B. 'Sapp celebratedtheir open in B. H. Robinson Store extend our sympathy to his sister, as have the two leaf-spots Just de- :er good stands should be obtained.plant
V BETTY LEWIS SHANK The guests were: seventy-fifth and fiftyseCond building., Miss Ida Hagan and brother, Mr. scribed. It occurs in Florida and ,It usually pays to have
E. Wilson, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs.J. an extra
I HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY birthdays respectively, on Sun- T. MT Hagan of Hampton and his baa caused some damage to strawberry man oa the planter to
L Peek, Mrs. W. M. Wainwright, day, at the home of the former.A Inyerness Mr. and Mrs. E. S. niece, Mrs. H. D. May. plants, especially those set tra seed pieces and remove e.
Wall Mrs. N. Stern- ml
Mrs. H. C. ,
Wednesday was a happy day fort bountiful picnic dinner was Sasser moving dry goods store to Mr. Clyde Hersey returned home early In the fall. ing ones. *
4, Betty Lewis Shank, daughter of berg Mrs. L. Wyman, Mrs. D. A. enjoyed "by thirty-five relatives of new location on:Main street. .from Plant City last Thursday. Symptoms:-Even in the early
t. ; Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Shank when Montieth, Mrs. O. L. Haynes Mrs. ;the hosts, and at Mr. Underbill's .1 stages the spots caused by this ..
L. Mrs. Nat Turnbull, o
+' she invited a few of her friends to E. Biggs 4 end of the table was a birthday Dade City Bids received to I fungus are larger than the mature -
help celebrate her fifth birthday. Mrs. J. C. Robinson Mrs. A. Z. cake on which burned seventy-five furnish quarters for post office. STRA\VBERRYPRODUcnON// !spots of common leaf-spot and

Rosen and baskets filled with Adkins. I candles, while at Mr. Sapp'a end leaf-scorch. From one to five spots
i bright colored autumn foliage were of the table there was also a cake I Madison--T. J. Beggs-Jr., openIng By A. N. Brooks, J. R. Wat-, occur on a leaflet. The young spots ATLASThe -1
4 i used In decorating the home of ELECTION OF WOODMEN! bearing fifty-two candles. Choice funeral parlor. son and Harold Mowry I I become zonated. The central zone I

Betty's aunt Mrs. J. C. Robinson CIRCLE OFFICERS gifts were presented to the hosts. -.: is dark brown surrounded by a

where she with her little guests -- The guests included the follow Punta Gorda Work progressIng -j' LEAF SCORCHThe lighter brown zone which In turnis Standard Oil
; ,, spent a happy afternoon. A merry Starke Grove No. 279 met in ing who are son and daughters of on King street extension of bordered by a purplish zone,, I
time was had in playng! games onT regular session Tuesday evening at Mr. Underbill: Mrs. J. B. Sapp, new bridge approach. which blends into the normal greenof Tire GuaranteedOne
(( a3: the lawn and at the tea hour the the Masonic Hall. The guardian, Mrs. W E. Bradley and O. L. Un- geographical distribution of the leaf. In the advanced
T. ca leaf-scorch, which Is caused by the
1, guest were invited into the dining Mrs. Green presided during the derhill, of Starke; Mrs. F. A. Winter Park-Virginia Inn un- stages of the disease, the spots increase Year
earliana E.
fungus Diplocarpon (
> room for refreshments. Centeringthe regular business meeting, after Moore of Gainesville; grandchildren dergoing extensive repairs prepar- in size until a V-shaped
& E.) Wolf is about Identical with
table was a birthday cake on which she called for nominations : Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr.. Carl atory to opening. area Is formed extending from one .NN4+....N4N
that In Floridait
;% which burned five tiny candles. for officers to be elected for 1933. Sapp, Miss Dorothy Sapp, Misses common leaf-spot. of the large vlens to the edge of
Is abundant and much
r The honoree's mother assisted by The officers elected were aa follows Eva and Beatrice Underbill, Rod- Cross City-S. F. Morgan open- more more the leaf. The areea remains alive
f' Mrs. Robinson Mrs. Llllle Lewis : Past Guardian, Mae Green; man, Vaaco, O. J., Harley, Bill and ed new furniture store. destructive than is the common for a while after displaying the Frigidairethe

'h and Mrs. W. :M. Wainwright served Guardian; Beulah Hunt; Advisor, Cauley Underhill, of Starke; Mrs. leaf-spot. purplish discoloration, but finally '
('v.., c prange juice, cake and candy. Ethel Moore; Chaplain Ada Nlm- F. A. Steele of Gainesville, Mrs.R. Marianna -, Fleet DepartmentStore Although the disease Is capableof dies. Small black dots the pycnldia -

,, i Th *+fav<*rs were noise makers. mo; Corresponding Secretary Amy F. Sykes of Jacksonville; Leo opened recently.San attacking any of the green or fruiting bodies of the cau- three uuar.1
parts of the plant, here it is con- year
Moore Banker Louise Williams
Those present were: Marjorie ; ; Bradley of Miami; great grandchildren sal fungus, appear In the central
fined to the and Is
and Ida'Lulu Davis,' Francis Alderman Musician Ruby Mae Poppell; At- : Helen, Dorothy Ellen Thel- Mateo-T-Bids asked for con- mainly leaves dark brown areas of the older anted electric
Patsy Ruth Wainwright, tendant, Ruby Hayes; Assistant ma Janet and Tommy Steele of struction of abput 1164 miles Road' most Important in [the nursery spots. refrigerator -

y : Betty" Hayes, Junior Gray, Granville Attendant, Ada Harrison; Audi- Gainesville; Margaret LaVerne, No. 28 in Putnam, and Flagler beds during the summer months. Control:Same as for leaf-
Yt ,, Lewis, Maurice Edwards, Jr., tors, Mrs. Pearce and Anlda Grlf- Faye and Carolyn Sykes, of Jack counties between this place and Ordinarily the frequent rains scorch
'r and>BUly Wainwright. fis; Inner Sentinel Vonda Inman; sonville. Also Mrs. G. A. Gardinerand Project No. 1 .p. which occur during the summer Next Week: Fruit Rots.
+ Outer Sentinel, Mrs L. Ritch; Captain Mrs. Marlon Carter, nieces of tend to keep this disease in check,

:MR.: AND MRS. II. C. WALL Gladys Williams; Publicity, Mr. Underbill; W.. B. Mundy.. Jr, Sanford Pretzel factory established but during the summer drought of For sale bySmith's
1927 In central Florida BEST POTATO YIELDS
GIVE BRIDGE-DINNER Elizabeth Williams.
Mrs. Carl Sapp, Mrs..Ruby Under- here.
,-J-.,:.. The installation of officers will hill, Miss Louie Belle Carter MarIon plants were killed by this disease. REQUIRE GOOD SEED

i k ..1dellghtfu.l' affair of Dec. 14, be held the first Tuesday night In Carter and Judge G. A., Gar Plant City-Stovall-Baugh store Symptoms:-The young lesionsof AND PERFECT STAND
was the bridge-dinner party given January, 1933. The Circle voted to diner. reopened.FMIUTANT'MARYN. leaf-scorch appear on the upper Service
Pt, by Mr. and :Mrs. H. C. Wall at their extend the Woodmen of the Worldan surfaces of the leaves as small Hastings, Fla.-Wlxlmum yieldsof

4 i home on Cherry street to members Invitation to join in 'a Joint in- CANDLE LIGHT SERVICE purplish discolorations which rap potatoes are obtained only when
I idly enlarge Into irregular purplish good seed are planted and a per-
r' of their 'club, the occasion stallatlon. State officers of the StationStarke
blotches from 1-16 to 3-18 inch in fect stand is obtained, explains
r being Mr. Wall's birthday. Supreme Forest Woodmen Circleof There will be a candle-light
i+p i ? Quantities of Christmas berriesin the State of Florida will con- Christmas service next Sunday at diameter with minute dark glisten- Dr. A. H. Eadln, potato. disease In-
duct the lbev'5oyI'Criecf ing bodies (the pycnldia of the fungus vestigator with the Florida Experiment
baskets and The
vases were attractively ceremony. guardianwill five p. m., at the Presbyterian Fla.
d appoint her committee at ) present on the upper sur- Station and located here ,
arranged about the room an church, and the following beauti- +beJ.I.wo bom
'' face. The spotst on each leafle potatoes that are true .
where the card tables were placedfor early date to make preparations ful program will be. carried out: Healthy -
play, while In the> dining room for the Installation. Mrs. E. M. Davis/ organist, Mrs. ond'tooKonDREADFULLY
i h yellow chrysanthemums were used. Memorial services for Mrs. An- R. S. Fernandez, piano, Miss Alice [)
( Centering the dining table was a na Youngblood will be held the second Fernandez and :Miss. Anita Court-

low bowl filled with lovely yellow Sunday afternoon in,,Januaryat manch, violins. I'guess'I'bod

chrysanthemums, and the place 2 o'clock in the hall, and the Prelude, Christmas Song, organ,
,{ cards were of similar design. Following I unveiling of the monument at the piano and two violins. A'GUMP.5E'OfWHAT' PLEEZINGFOOD

dinner the evening was I cemetery. The degree team will Invocation-Dr. George H. Low- THE
apent in playing contract bridge. I assist! in both the Installation and *-y.

; ,At the conclusion of the games memorial work.BRADFORD Responsive readlnar-Led bY Mr. FUTURE'HELD
; prizes,,were awarded the winners I W. B. Barnes.
making high scores, who were Mrs. AND UNION Solo "Jesus of Nazareth* by FOR-ME,
z ii it W. M. Walnwrlght and Mrs. J. W. 4-H COUNCIL Gounod-Mr. John Powell. 'I STORES

i, Andrews. The prizes were attrac- -" Anthem, "Hark, What Means =
Y tively wrapped In keeping with On Saturday, Dec. 10th, the Those Holy Voices'''Choir. '
the holiday season. I Lawtey 4-H club girls entertainedthe Solo "The Wondrous Star"- udd Skins
$ 'e Enjoying! this with 4-H Junior County Council at
party Mr. Mlsa
Evelyn Stump.
and Mrs. Wall were: Mr and Mrs. the Lawtey school house. The Offeratory, "The Star and the itde Specials Friday. SaturdayMonday Dec. 16 17 19
council holds their each
W; M. Walnwrlght, Mr. and Mrs. meeting Song"-Mlsa Alice Fernandez and ward ,
( J.tJ. quarter and la entertained by the I
,,4 4 Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. I Miss Anita Courtmanch.
{11 :Andrews :Mr. and Mrs. C. A.Kalght. different clubs.Quantities Solo "Night of Nights"-Mrs.
V Mrs. E. :M; Johns and Mrs. of cut flowers and I R. J. Davis. COFFEE 5lbs. 2Ie
) tie R! F. Demorest. pot plants were effectively arranged Violin solo-Mia. Alice Fernan- Sugar, -
\ 4AIRS. in the auditorium and library. dez. d Plee-Zing Vac. Can, lb. __ 30e
a : L WYMAN HONORED Miss Lea Retta Jeffords, vice presi- ,
The Christmas Story--Mlss Lucille 1I Sword Santos Blend lb. 2le '
1 WITH BRIDGE LUNCHEON dent of the council called: the --

M meeting to order at 10 o'clock. The Song Mitchell by Congregation and Choir. "All Fresh Ground, lb. ------- 15e Mllc] tall cans -5c 5

; One of the most delightful social ,. regular routine of business,was Hall the Power of Jesus,Name."
affairs of the week the bridge conducted. The reports of the
Whole Grain
r Postlude, "It Came Upon the Fancy 15c
r luncheon of : work accomplished the different PleeZing Pancake 2 pkg.
; given by members the by : : ,
Midnight Clear" r-- Organ, piano Out I. drab
.. blemishes
h Afternoon Bridge Club at the home : clubs In the past three months complexions. .
w; and two violins. and those annoying Jefects... Rice 5 lbs. - .. 13c Plee-Zing Buckwheat, pkg. lOc
,1 The candle-light service is an annual Disap skin , your assumes a
affair at the Presbyterian smooth, delicate; appearance of Potatoes, 10 Iba. ________ 15c

i il + Do You Know? attract church and the music whose and readings heartsare exquisite Beauty. This new charmis FLOUR White Onions 3 Ibs. lOc
; many persons ----
!11:41: touched by the Christmas yours NOW., .. start to-day. Plee-Zing 6 Ib s. 19 e; 12 Peanut Butter 'lib. jar; __ 9c

,. message that Is new each year.,A lbs. 34c 241 64e ,
I k I ,v cordial Invitation is extended to OR1ENT4l I ; s. ------- Preserves, 2 lb. jar ______ 19c

,' t trIJt'i iI U----I:: all. CREAtdaOUAAUD Rambler, 6lba. 17c; 12 lOc
Jer.r PEACHES 212
I lbs 29c 24 1ba. 53e can "'
I ,''t.," INSTALLED .w......./"....h.I MAYONNAISE, pints : 21c
". a
: ',,!< t'f "" :' .'\:' S.nd K*for TRIAL SIZE SALT, 2 pkgs. ---------- 5c
f '!o.'f.'' : ,' The regular meeting of the Aux a KT: :Hopkins I W Son NYorit 5c
j ,':1<.,., '#:. ,,:.,,' iliary of the American Legion on Plee-Zing Oatmeal Hotel Tomatoes No. 2 can..
Tuesday ,
,.y t- was presided over by Mrs.

'MFA'\ '", ...'' L. D. Vining, who has served as Size, pkg. _____..:._w____ 15c 15c
.r 't.'0'f W' president of the organization for Say it with Flowers Plee-Zmg Apple Butter BRAZIL NUTS, lb. _.._ -

_ 8 the past two years. A rising vote ...... ...... 15c WALNUTS, lb. __ _____ 23c
of Jar
thanks was given Mrs. Vining 28 oz .. .
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for her splendid work. : ALMONDS Ib'. .
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Flowers For All Plee-Zlng Cake Flour
After the regular order of business -

H I I the installation ceremony of OccasionsGERTRUDE 40 oz pkg. 20 lb. 28c
the officers elected, was conductedby : ----------- Lard, 2lb2 pkg. 15c; 4 _

Ml ,; w the chairman, Mrs. Vining who .. --. u ... '" ... .. Plee-Zlng Cocoanut, 3 oz. Beat Grade White Bacon, Ib Bc

was assisted by Mrs. J. A. Saul. 'GODBEYANDERSON Cans, 2 for ___________ 15c -
The officers Installed were: ; No. 1 Sliced Breakfast
Mrs. Vonda Inman President. Plee-Zing Biscuit Flour

t Mrs. Mae Wells, 1st Vice Presi Phone 39 Waldo, Fl* 40 oz. pkg. _____....___-_ "27e Bacon, lb. ______ __ 15c

dent.Mrs.. Eva Mae Thomas, 2nd Vice ..A ... n nH, Cranberry Sauce, 7 oz. can 9c Fresh Smoked Sausage, lb. 15c
President.Mrs. .
Delia Hoover, 3rd Vice Doctors Treat Cranberry Sauce 17 oz. can 17c
President.Mrs. How P or k'H ams, half or wholeMeal

r1 f I J. W. White, Chaplain. Colds and CoughsTo or Grits, 10 lbs. _____ 15c Pound ______ __ 121.2c
Mr Lula Hutto, Sergeant at
Dog Food Spot 3 for 23c
Arms. ---- 15c
break up a cold< overnight Weiners lb'., .
Mrs. Bessie Simmons, Secretary ; relieve the congestion that makes yen FRUIT CAKE MATERIAL -- --- -

and Treasurer. couth thousands of physicians: act 15c
ALL Fresh lb. _
Committee Chairmen: Music, now recommending Calotabs thenauxealeu YOU WANT Hamburger, __
A\ Mrs. Eva Anderson; Americanization. calomel! compound tablets
Mrs. Lorena Epperson; Com that give :you the effects of calomel and
munity Welfare Mrs. Della Hoover salts without the uopleaiant effects SON
of either. A. H. GREEN J. W. WHITE &
; Historian. Mrs. Grace Wain- '
__ 1 ____________'rb One or two Calotata at bedllm with
,, wright; Rehabilitation, Mrs. Mary a clam of sweet milk or water. Next SEEDS FEEDS POULTRY REMEDIES
b ;1Ie<....".. 'c-.. a.wY. Wainwright; Poppy. Mrs. Irene ,
moraine :Tour cold has 1'alllshed.I :your 86
v ,..lJ4AT -Vanowvr. .....tian .geiumbla. the Hindu. r.alcl.l ,, **,,.,. Saul; Gold Star Mothers, Mrs. Eva system U thoroughly purified and ,jcuiti Hardware Farming Implements
tI. ,P'' ,C r :* el!sabliah.d ""the"Slfth"Temple. shown above wh.r, they Barry anI Thomas; Membership Mrs. 'Elva feeling 8l1s..tb,6esetr'sppelft. "NEW l\IEAT'MARKET
y1 + I thaiI'> own religious' rit(. under their" own priests and Medera* At f.Si .. as Rivers. for breakfast Eat what you wuh. ,-t 115 W. CaD Street Phone 62
I t lki .Ia known it' 'is the only Sikh Temple In North Am" .r't' .. V.noc fr.-' Mrs. oman,. newly elected president no danger. "
;: ,,1 ?, (large Oriental' and East Indian pepulaM "t.- Calotabs are sold la lOo and 5cpackages ,
r r4'}, -' presented her officers of they at drug stort (Alt)

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nBCEMBEIt, 10, 1933\ BRADFORD. COUNTY. __. __ u_ __.___.." ...i_ .-. -- --- .- -- -- -" I --- --
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: iiiTMrtnniTal Work to
y.T Okeechobee -- "
Lumber Jackets, men's and rUISON LIFE HAS constructionf ;
for ,
CILIPM.iNContinued shortly on construction of 1 49c. Stump's Xmas Sale. SIDE SAYS river bridge on Road No. 29. ( building, or leasing of one, to
Gllchrlat county increased
I eplace burned ,,
Mrs. J. F. CoUey, Mr.: Ray Col- ( from page 1) house. '
Bits ofrocaI ley, Mrs. W H. Perkins Miss Eun- "Tom Hard. His lips barely move, Hlaleith-Pig & Whistle Barbo- "(:ourt in valueryour 1 : .

ice Perkins, Misses Katie: and Vir and the voice seems to como from cue opened at 503 N. W. 7th ave- -If You Get Up NightsTRY

ginia Fugate motored to Jacksonville nowhere. "What's your real nue. d
Saturday and spent the day, name?" "That's all the name I THIS ISo TEST a.... insurance
NeV father's Manatee County In- -"' ''
Palmetto on
"What's -
have here. your Physic the bladder as you would :: protection .
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Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs. T. T. name?" "He don't know where "I surance Agency opened at .he bowls. Drive out impurities "........ that property al" .,

'Long, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Miss am so his name don't matter. Main etreet. and excessive acids that cause Ir ,.. __..
Our Pwptt Bu.inet. and "How names have you bad, de- ,.. -""- should beincreased
and Miss Hazel many and frequent
Concerning Madge Mlddleton itation, burning
"Goingto R. R. Lingle mov- II.............. Ie
of the County and Tcwn. Middleton were visitors In Jacksonville Tom? "Three, I guess. BrooksvlUe store to ilre. Get a 25c teat box of BU- ............ '
here, Tom men's and boys' wear
Saturday. behave yourself ed ET8, the bladder physic, from --.1- .
"Yes, sir. You won't have no old Bookshop building.Dade any drug store. After four daysf ...., I. ....1.... in pro ti

___ Sale atStllrnberl"s. trouble out of me." So the superintendent relieved of getting /
ssnnnc nnr Ladles Coats are on you ar* not 1M_ portion/
sg3gptfcJKJfcJ --"!&: : I says: "Tom, are you going City Dr. J. R. Handley back and get yournon.y. -=rZ:ate s,
WEATHER REPORT!: lira. C. A. Knight and Miss Lena to do this all your life Some day opened dental offices In S. E. Coleman ip BU-KETS go containing bu- I N. A
visitors in :
Belle Shepard were of Jacksonville 'you'll have to turn over a new leaf. building.StuartFrank: oil, etc.,, acts few .
Mrs. L. E. Dowling :hu leaves Juniper tYlfue.IMUI'jnt -?: (
L complied bY Stark branch,, JaclcsonvlUe arrived Wednesday, and will We'll have to watch you, Tom, but pleasantly and effectively on the I }
took overster'
Is AUord '
it Forestry Service. spend the Christmas holidays with remember that your record Madder' similar to castor oil ()nbowel. ngM/f t tr
1932. Brothers TIM and Pajamas If Tire Service In old Bab- I t
13, Wilson In gold. you
Veek ending Dec. her daughter, Mrs. W. E. Middle- worth Its weight .. It you are bothered
Max. Mln. Preclp, at Alvarez' ton. show that you are a man, you'll cock building. backache or leg pains caused from HAROLD C. WAliINSURANCE .-. '
It 7 78 M I have a chance here and hereafter. bladder disorders you are bound to '

8 67 64 Mrs. D. C. Silcox, Miss Melba Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville Let's start new today. Good Montbrook -J. S. Williams station and reel better after this cleansing and i

9 72 47 Silcox and Miss Thelma Silcox and Miss Mildred Phar of Ft.i luck." And out he goes to start Perry Warm leased filling O. C. Sis- you get your regular sleep. Mitch STARKE. FLORIDASAVMOHHUSKIH!

10 78 (7 spent Saturday In Jackson-vile. Pierce, were guests at the home of the long grind. formerly operated by ell'. Drug Store says Bukets.Is a .

11 71 63 Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Wed Now to see that both Toms havea trunk. best seller.
19 67 and Mrs. chance to make good Is the task .
12 Mrs.: W. J. Epperson nesday. Florida on ,
60 Saturdayin Prison Division. To keep Lake .
80 Anderson spent of the
13 George Jacksonville. Just received' ladle dresses and the first Tom from becoming hard Lake Avenue, formally opened for FLORIDA \

Hose In all new shade. coats-o special for Stump's Xmas I and crafty: and to win the second season. .

L pardon( SBC, 950. Quality Store. i Men's Work Shirts SOc. Stump's Sale. Tom to a new is and a monumental wholesome view task. Inverness Mrs. Pearl Baxley'I 'THEATRE t

Xmas Sale. point-this In Inverness Ask dealer)
that the water filter system : your
reminds the visitor Installed FLA.
Whitehead of Law- Mrs. George Marks and daughter And i GAINESVILLE
Baits\ Rebecca Morrow, element looms large at Ral- Coca Cola Bottling plant. for Premium|
In Starke Monday. Mr and Mrs. M. W. Marjorie of DeLand, will ar- humAn I &t new

,was Mrs. E. M. Davis and Jean Davis rive Saturday to spend the Christ- ford. Methvln Shoe Storeto PROGRAM WEEK DECo 15thTHURSDAY Catalog. ItforcxIlnvnun
Unique Prayer Plant City- : ,
in Jacksonville with Mrs. Marks'parents
Is spendingtwO I were mas holidays Colllna ;;
Bmss Mae Patchett Humor, too, has Its part. For Instance : move to new location on to-'
vacation In Miami. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby.Mr. I FRIDAY AND.
week's Lamira Murden motored to the serious inmate' who street. SATURDAY W burro is now! ;
fl the
with .
Jacksonville Saturday and spent and Mrs. L. D. Green and stepped intothe office .
Bor C. D. Whitaker of the StateInn the day. family, Mrs. Sam Anderson, Mrs. emphatic announcement! "Sir, I Tavares Mrs. Lincoln took Hessand over I '- ,.. rr"'ca. t.O $ used In JOHN'RUSKINmaking
In Starke Tuesday.New I need help mightybad. Mrs. Chas Nutt ,//f
was Pearl Snyder, Misses Fenella and need help. Hotel ''h" nnc n.-.t.r
Stjllah Frocks at reduced prices Louise Snyder motored to Jack- I've got to where I say Wheel" management of Blltavcrn .

| shipment Supreme Builtother -Sternberg's. sonville Saturday. t er's prayer." "Wheeler's prayer? dining room. f 4, It the greatest +

i at Al>arez's. I asked. "What was Wheeler'sprayer Contract for a.ftSru I fi cigar value at 5c. ,
sol- Haven -
his face as Winter
and chil- 1"Vlth
Mrs. T. Bruce Massie Yeh Man: They has the toys at erected for 11e-
to the
1 CaL and Mrs. H. V. Knight spent dren, Tom and Joan, of Monticello, Sternberg's.Mr. emn as that of a boy opening his exhibition halls Florida Orange Festival Smoke
ednesday in Gainesville. spent several days here this week first telegram, he said: "Why, fifth annual prefer .

with Mrs. Nathan Turnbull. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Wheeler was (standing on the front awarded recently. r m you Exttv
and when the storm hit. It blew Perfecto or
[Mrs. Jessie :Mae Blakely Miss Martha Brownlee attendedthe porch Cobb Construction I r'It
the Gorda -
a Max Wimberly were shop- Mrs.: Nat Turnbull, Miss Peggy annual Christmas tree at the the porch away, and wrecked Punta new i Panetela.
started Improving
Jacksonville Wednesday. Turnbull Billy Turnbull and Miss house, Gainesville barn and blew down the tree In the Co.
; la S. A. E. fraternity the Tamlaml Trail from Coiner -
to of
Pearl Jordan motored to Jackson- Sunday evening.Mrs. yard. Wheeler looked up .route oldFranchman's .. g .
trail at C; -J
I Urs./ R. M. Prevatt of Lawtey, ville Wednesday and spent the day. i black sky, and said '0 Lord! I need bridge to original ..4
andI farm. :
i a visitor to Starke Wednes- Roy Edwards, Mrs. E. C. help, I need help mighty bad, NOW
Sweaters 98c.Stump's Lucille Edwards need man sized help. Come and No Advance In Price .
weight and Mlssi'
y. George Don't send no Mr. Dora F. M. Hadlock pre-
Xmas Sale. week-end In Palm Har- help. Come yourself. icy:
spent stand on High ; MORE
I Children' Shoes BOc. Stamp'sSala I bor. Mrs. George remained for a angel. This ain't noplace for chit paring to open. fruit MONDAY (On the Stage)

i Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Shank Bet- longer visit. dren." Then this man. standingat Avenue. "COLLEGE CUT-UI'S"
Lewis Shank, Mrs. J.: C. Robinson the desk went on, '"That's my lc:;
expected to start ,nlKlWmra .
I Mr. and Mrs. I.. Wyman and Mrs. Lillie S. Lewis and Granville Save money on your Xmas Rift prayer, sir. I need help. Man sized Stuart Work project. (On the Screen) ily

Twghter. Ruth, were visitors In Lewis spent Saturday In Jack- at Stump's Xmas Sale. help. I've been here three years I soon on Stuart bridge' "Allt 1IAIU'With hl d W '
and I got to have help to get a :
ickaonville sonville. Bids opened for sitesof
course I promised. Leesburg-
Mr and Mrs. A. C. Stewart and pardon. office. Ralph Graves, Ralph Bellamy,
|Mrs. D. E. Knight waa the guest Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Edwardsand daughter, Evelyn, of Cleveland, And I think that there is much I proposed post Gloria Stuart

I Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Mains In son, Maurice, Jr., and Mrs. W. Ohio, enroute to Ft. Lauderdale, to hope for a man who can stay in Mrs.-B. C. Kirkland .
his City
the Butter: Monday. M. Edwards spent Saturday in spend the Christmas holidays with a place of this sort and keep Panama White Cafe on Harrison TUESDAY & WEDNESDAYGEORGE

Jacksonville. relatives, were guests of Mr.. and sense of humor. 1 purchased ARUSS

I The Toys at Sternberg's are the Mrs. F. F. Flume Friday night The grapevine rbute for the 1 avenue. i In"SUCCESSFUL

i of the town. Ties, Handkerchief or ,Shirts -- transfer of What thing past all _. Stores I CALAMITY"
It New Naval.
Is Olustee
Gifts for men; M. understanding.
make useful Xmas Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. In operationnear
|HI' A. H. Green, Mrs. L. D. let's go see what Sternberg has. Johns and Mrs. C. N. Christy spent works, why it is universal I never Experiment Station NEXT THUR8. &; FRI.
Iflu fact
nen and Mrs.: W. M. Wimberly Wednesday in Jacksonville. Mrs. have known. But / here. "THE CONQUERORS"

!It i In! Jacksonville. 'Wednesday.. .. .. ., _Mrs. J, 1. Peek Miss Clara Lou- Christy will spend the rest of the news can travel mote quickly of this Construction of DO foot bridge on
and the endlessmazes
'' ;. ise Peek Mrs..Hamilton RItch week in Jacksonville with rela- through u E r
I MUs I Lola Adkins and A. Z. Ad- I Julian Peek were In Jacksonville tives. :Institution than Is credible. The Jupiter road completed.StuartDally uI I ,u

i, Jr., were in Gainesville Tuesy Saturday. boys are scattered over the farm, News.'LeesbUrg.

afternoon. Ladies', Men's and Children's I somo times for miles, at work. H. i 1
different O. Cole Clea.n-I TOPGROCERY
divided into -
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Turnipseed Sweaters 98c. Stump's Xmas Sale. They are TIP
I 'Those good Interwoven Socks. S i McIntosh Miss Fannie Cromer and! departments. And yet a startling Ing and Pressing plant streetPalmetto ,

for $1.00. Quality Store. Mrs. Saxton, of Jacksonville\ were Mrs. Alice Langford of Gaines- bit of news will become known new location on 13th

guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. F, ville and Mr. N. C. Wainwright of throughout the whole InstitutionIn
I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith an- A. Sweezy. Plant City, spent the weekendwith almost less time than it takes -W. M. Mccoy opened
ce the birth of a. baby girl onursday their brother and alster-In- the department Involved to recordIt. meat market In McCoy building

. Dec. 15. Ladies Hats 95c.' Stump's Xmas law, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright -' Elm street. '
Decorate) CellsAmbition
Sale. too Is Its own glor- Lake Worth Lane's Care reopened .
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Baladen, ,
ilt I. Jessie Mae Blakely and son, Mrs. R. F. Demorest and Miss Miss Mona Alderman, who Is an ious exponent FJ>'.ambition Is at new location, 17 South

Uy and Mrs. Lois Long were in Vera Claire Robinson motored to Instructor In music at the F. S. W. keen at Raiford as well as In the Dixie Highway. MONEY

tka Sunday afternoon.Mr. Jacksonville Saturday' :and spent C. at Tallahassee, will return home Everglades. The boys themselves the bltlon that shows Itself. WILL SAVE YOU ,
the day. today to spend the holidays with have decorated : true as the stars
It U as
of For
and Mrs. O. W. Alderman her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. auditorium until IUU a thing that many of the inmates There Is No Better ThanPILLSBURY'S \
for above \\
!ted Dr. H. B. McLendon attended Mr. and Mrs. George Kenly, Mrs. Aldvrman. beauty. No orders were Interested in the orderly } ;
office at thi gristmill are
the funeral of Mr. J. H Marshburn N. T. RItch, Mrs. C. N. Christy, and this. The new and ongoing* of the Institution. In BEST

It Lake Butler Monday. Dr. G. p Raymond spent Mondayin Real Bargain In Ladles' Shoes was built by ,the boys,from its success they take a pride, for
suggestion ever came '
Jacksonville. at Stump's Xmas Sale. never a of flow- Its future they give many a '
Plots 24Ibs.65c121bs.35c61bs.20cSUGAR
Give Shirts for Christmas. Each the officers theyhave ;
and with ;
floral designs thought, !
and there, t
box. Quality Overalls 49c. Stump'sXmaa Adkins, Miss Mary ers bere
* attractive gift Men's Miss Hazel cells, shown splendid cooperaUon.: ,
front lawn, decorated
Store. Sale. Canova, Miss Alice Fernandes, In the in various depart- Maxwell /lou eCOFFEE 1t ,
Miss Beverly Cady, Miss Miriam improvements of- SCHEDULE CHANGED
Mr. Paul Knight of the Univer- Mrs. O L. Beasley, Mrs. Edward Jacobs and Miss Evelyn Stump of ments, fancy designs for the for -

dtJ of Florida, Gainesville, spent Burns Mrs. A. Z. Adkina and Mrs.J. the F. S. W. C. at Tallahassee, arrived fices and original programs and The following changes In ached .

Thursday night with his parents .E. Wilson were visitors In Jacksonville Wednesday to spend the assembly nights features-these arouse many the ules are announced by the S. A. L. 5 Jbs. - 20c

Cot! and Mrs. D. E. Knight. Saturday. I Christmas homes.holidays at their respective other admiration excellent of all for the high am- Ry. Co., effective Southbound Dec. 19: Pound30c

Urs D. A. Montieth, Margaret The Parent-Teachers' Association No. 1 due Starke 11:17 p. m. Butter

Kontleth, Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Bobby will meet next Wednesday, the local. ? Creamery Whole I

%' gs and Martha Klckliter spent 21st Inst., at three o'clock In the No. 11, due Starke, 9.35: a. m. Grain RICE

Wednesday in Jacksonville. I afternoon in the school auditorium. locaL Pound .. 25 t
COMING No. 107; due Starke 10:27: a m. lOIbs.25c

John B. Stetson dress Hats, $5.00 limited.No. .
*Alvarez's. The Woman's Missionary So- 191, due Starke 10:55: p. m. Best IrttHPOTATOES

ciety of the Methodist church will limited. Yellow
Mrs George W. Kenly and Mrs. meet next Monday afternoon at .: NorthboundNo.

*,J. Alderman were guests of the three o'clock, at the church. Business 2 due Starke 5:08: a m. local. '

wlnanvllle branch of the AmeriJ and devotional meeting. MIGHTY HAAG SHOW No. 12, due Starke 3:17: p. m. ONIONS
Association of UniversityWomen local. 10 ounds -17c

at a Christmas party on Boys' Overalls Sea Stump's No. 108, due Starke 5:46: p. m. p 4 lOc '
Thursday evening. Xmas Sale.Mrs. local. pounds -

One Day Only In Starke and Wannee Branch-No. ,t

Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Marshburn J. C. Robinson Mrs. Lillie i 101 leaves Starke 7.00: a. m., No. I LARD

"d ion, Edward, of Marianna, at- S. Lewis Granville Lewis, Mr. and 102 arrives) 2:40 p. m. True LoveFLOUR ft

leaded< the funeral of Dr. Marsh- Mrs. C. D. Shank and Betty Lewis DEC. 21 T. J. Griffin Agent. 2 lb. carton ----- _.ISc21c ..a,
*"'. father, Mr. J. H. Marsh- Shank spent Thursday afternoonin STARKE WEDNESDAY '-

burn In Lake Butler Monday and Gainesville.Mr. Closing; of Malls 3 lb. carton __-___

lttII enroute to their home spent1Uelday Horses, Ponies South / lb. carton .. 28e
Elephants Dogs ? --- 55c
In Starke with Mr. and and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Wild Animals Train No. 11, parcel post, 9:00: 24 Ibs -

&. G. W Alderman. and Mrs.: R. A. Thomas attendedthe :Monkeys Dands of Music Hosts of Funny Clowns a. m. 8 lb. pall .___ ._? 60c .

funeral of Mr Walnwrlght's The Best of Performers. Train No. 107,letters, special de- Ib.'can' _______ $2.98 SALT 2 for _1 _, Sc i 9 ;
brother Mr. W. E. Wainwright In livery and special handling 10.OO:

ANT A WORD% Lake Butler Thursday. 2 a. m. Plneapple Sliced. No. 2 can ____ __.__ ___.__ 10c
2 Special Perfprmances --- North

Special Boys' Suits, coat, vest, -- Train No. 12, parcel post and 'Peaches No. 21.2 can .. He
------ --
COLUMN 2 pr pants at $...9& Stump's Xmas AFTERNOON AT 2 EVENING..AT 8 letters, 2:BO p. m. I -- --- -- -----
Letters, special
Tram No. 108,
rot SALE Canary birds. Good. Sale. delivery and special handling 5:10p. Milk tall can Sc small __________f __ 21-2c

;n tuRKEY' Kara- Mrs SHOOT j. B._Carlisle.At S.-2t w.wnltehead's home Mies. ;Mary rom Brownlee DeLand is Friday expected to See the Mammoth Free Street .Night m. malls close at 6.0O: p. nv- Tomatoes No. 2 can, / for ___ __.. .__ 25c

Friday Dec. 23, at spend the holidays with her par- Train No. 1 South 11:17: p. m.; 4

1 P. m. 1tPo ents, Mr and Mrs. H. Lr Brown- train No. 2, North 8:08 a. m. White Best Navy
-- Parade at Noon Starke and Bell Branch-Train

RENT Furnished apart- lee. No. 101, mail closes 7:00: a. m.,No.* Bacon lb. 7c Beans 5 lbs.19c

., llleat with private .bath. F. A. The kindergarten class of Mrs. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. ,
IIcott: Phone M. It. W. Kenly will broadcast a in Admission25C Blue Bus Schedule
-- ,George Christmas program over Station Big Dally, effective Jan. 1, 1932. Soap 10 for _-__ 25e Coconut pkg. ____ Se'if
-"iARIEIS IFCR..SALE-Beaut!- Gainesville, on December Northbound-5:03 a. m., 1:59 p.i i

114\ "Ingefs1.' $3.00 each. Mid 22 WRUF, at ten, o'clock. m., 4.S9: p. m., 8:19: p.m. Matches 3 boxes 10c Brazil __ lSc ,p..

,, Alexander! Hampton Flateems ,, Southbound. 9:84: a nx. 12:34: p.

Mrs. O. L. Haynes Misses Sarah m., 4:34: p. m-, 12:50: a. m. We have Fruit Cake Materials, Christmas ,
--------- Kathryn Tickets and Information at

\& T-Flve-.oom house oneat Hope and Sonny Georgia Haynes and Miss TO EVERYBODY Smith's Service Station next to ... Trees Candy Fireworks
A180 nve-room 2- visitors in courthouse.
Story house on Walnut street. J. Lula Redgrave were

'G 'IV Morgan. 12-ie-it,Jacksonville Saturday.
)1; ,

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h'lf: I'N'\ ;; ..a"o\\hY"t"'C,, .yl!. ('fl,Wn"/6AWi"

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FARM PRICES NOT amlned regularly and 'as soon as ..."I'- It alone," :Mrs. Sho14 sat d-;
I\\ husband
Ic r LIKELY TO IMPROVE termites are noticed the banks In asking IUpport
FOR SPRING CROPS and dealers are Ukely to be available Baptists. of ,

In smaller amounts than In -

FARMERS SECTIONConducted Gainesville, Fla..-Florida farm- 1932. ,,1 LIVE STATE NEWS Daytona Beach
. ers cannot expect much change in "There is) now an unusually Campbell has formally accept
farm until after the large supply of farm labor and Daytona Beach
prices present of Florida in Short Paragraphs I
Conducted by Demonstration Agents winter an4 marketed. That seems to be the been in a quarter of a century, and I land speed record of 253 his
L J conclusion brought out by facts In any improvement is likely to await I hour. His acceptance Wq 1J11let

' _d. __,.....,__.___ ,,,._. the Florida farm outlook report improvement.In Industrial employ -- -- -- -- I to Cassle B. Wingate chat Qb
--- --- __ ment and in farm prices. the ASsociation.,
just released by the Ag- I He win qM
ricultural Extension Service. "Farm prices are now about hall Miami-Efforts to obtain full receiver Saturday. While court him this year his
ARE CURING PORK AT BANKED CITRUS LESS "One of the hopeful things at what they were before the World payment of the soldiers bonus will officials here said they believed appointment bird car with Power BI
the present Is the apparent checkIn War. It Is true that prices of be made by W. W. Waters, who of a receiver for the calculated to develop l
the decline of business activity. : what the farmer buys have drop commanded the march on Wash- university set a .legal precedent. power and capable of a
I ped but not In proportion to the be said last Raymond, Pawley business manmade miles an hour. speed
(By Spuds Johnson) Gainesville, Fla.-If citrus trees I Fart of this is due to governmentalaid I ington this summer,
p I I of The ratioof head of the university by: a
are banked with dirt that )Is free and may be artificial and only price what he sells. week as he preparred to leave -
t Meat has been called "the kingof of rotting wood the chances of..I temporary. War debts, budget prices received to prices paid by for Washington. I Federal judge, worked out plans Ocala Turnip
and shows that ,' farmers is 52. Expressed In for operating the university. greens
foods" history termite Injury are greatly lessened ''balancing, and wondering what the now which comes the kind
the ruling nations of the world according to J. R. Watson, en- next Congress will do are tendingto terms of hogs It would take two Miami A shipment of human made famous < of potUk
? have been meat eaters Florida tomologist with the> Florida Experiment restrict business activities. No hogs to buy a plow now when one tissue for histological analysis In Tallahassee Only because the crumbling the dun
larders and smokehouses are goingto Station. one can tell when these forces will would have paid for It before the New York passed through here by custom Is as old as the state will Huey P. Long controversy of of Sean

be well filled with home raised, The termites will quickly begin be overcome, but as yet the real war."Farmers !air express last Friday from Mer- Dave Sholtz Florida's newly elect- taw as much vitamin LoUls11lJl1I-t,,"
r' home killed, and home cured meat work in the rotting wood and whenIt basic foundations of good business should face these Ida Yucatan. It was sent by Dr. edgovernor permit 'public cere- I much boasted -A-- IIII
this winter. Recently W. J. is shredded they will attack the are yet to be laid facts In making plans for another Marcelo Martinez Palma to lab- mony when he assumes office Jan. 'H. Eddy. Dr.spinach/ says Dr.

4' Sheely, extension agent In animal live bark girdling the trunk and "As to the credit situation for year. They should go about their .oratories in New York, followingan 3. Personally preferring "to go to .physlcologlcal Eddy professor

husbandry for the College of Ag- causing death to the tree. Since the 1933 crop, the outlook facts business in a normal way, but be- operation on a patient. to work without any ceremony" the bla university,chemistry at Colu

', riculture at Gainesville, and E. H. most young trees are on newly I do not indicate much if any improvement ing careful to hold production cost governor-elect acceded to tradition Its of the discussed the ?

Finlayson, county agent In Jefferson cleared land It Is necessary to take from the usual sources, as low as possible and to keep out Gainesville Joe E. Brown, the of an Inaugural program but some a pleblan.vegetable-consider]I
+ < r county, gave a series of meat special precautions In banking'and credits from supply merchants of debt. They should do everything Internationally famous movie com- he specified that it should be "as a but neverthd
very popular
cutting demonstrations In the western them. The purer the sand used In possible to make a living on the edian, whose "big mouth" has de- simple and Inexpensive. pos ,here before the dish-in an i ad

part of Florida, and all of the banks the better, but it Ukely should be torn down. A yellowIng farm and not expect a big profit lighted millions, is not only goingto sible." health association. Florida

; r ,i / these demonstrations were well at- will be necessary to use dirt In of certain trees should lead from cash crops." be a personal part of "Califor -

': c tended by Interested listeners who reasonable distance of the tree. to Inspection for termites. The nla Day" at the University of Flor- Daytona Beach When Dave Miami Arrival-
rt p s r asked questions and learned how Care should be taken to see that unbanked trees are likely to be Injured STUDENTS VISIT GROVES ida this week-end, but he will be Sholts of Daytona Beach takes office prevented W. F. of an elevtt

rr ,, v s to cut and cure meat. all stumps, limbs and large weed by cold but the risk Is not Gainesville Fla.-Visiting citrus Florida's head cheer-leader duringthe January S as governor he will tatlve of the Wall Kenney, rep

The principal demonstrations terns are removed from the banks. as great as the damage the term- groves to study production, firsthand : U. C. U-Florlda football game be "looking to God for guidance, from being Street, Jou,
concerned pork. Since pork Is Sometimes a coating of white ites will do when once they are 21 students at the University beginning at 2 p. m. Saturday, but he needs your help, too" Mrs. dred dollars robbed of several bl+
selling for low prices this year on wash if it is -thin when appliedand established. Do not leave the of Florida College of Agri- Sholts told delegates to the Flor- hotel on the fourth floor!
a here J
u'f' m the market and at the packinghouses clings closely to the bark, will banks up any longer than is necessary culture are spending most of this Miami-Classes will continue as ida Baptist convention In welcom- that an unmasked recently. Kenny

hog raisers are doing tend: to prevent an attack of term- for cold protection, week touring the citrus belt of usual at the University of Miami, ing them to this city.a'He has a to him he bandit came i
more of their own killing and cur- ,tes. Tree banks should be ex- less of the termites. regard-I I the state. which went Into the hands of a great responsibility aid cannot do as waited for an eta
Ing. And they are interested In tor, pointed a pistol and de
I I"
y curing the meat without spoilage, ed money. Kenny said that
which so often takes the profit ____ m__- I though he had several h nd-j; dd

out of home curing. ---- ..... lars In his pocket he told the idho
? Y 'SI1 4 Mr. Sheely is recommending two '- had none. The elevator arriv]

4; ,t methods, the dry cure r and the .k "- ar the man started to search hi+

brine cure. In either case, chilling .. Kenny said.
after killing 'i'i. ;: : ; -.z -
r. the carcass promptly :
; the ., .. : : -<, : : .. Palm
1 ? is necessary, usually (,; ,.) : Beach-Modesty may be<

1' )l, t J best cure is obtained on cold etor1 W' .r '"'r'" "-r" .. ., ; : lost virtue at many bath!
1 age. Sugar cured hams of excel- I NbfTRY beaches but it will continue to

lent flavor and quality are possible THE LEADER. CAN ACCOMPLISH. WHAT OTHERS DARE ; ; the rule here this season so far

,. ; when the proper procedure is fol- the town council is concerned lit
.......'-.'. ... \, .. .
lowed. who have shown an inclination
: '
., .
ht For the brine or sweet pickle .. 4 .4 a wear trunks and nothing moi
:i. ,
cure, for each 100 pounds of trimmed ._ : : when they take their dips, mu
n, ? meat, Mr. Sheely recommends :. don regulation bathing suits. Fea
i 12 pounds or 21 cups of salt, 3 .. inlne bathers can wear sun bit

't; pounds or 6 cups of sugar or 3 .'.. ''I ;' suits) to their hearts' content
pints of syrup, 2 ounces of four : they will have to keep those thou

tip,, td t ; tablespoons of saltpeter, and 6 gal- der straps up. And Mayor Jot
Ions of water The salt, sugar and Shepard Is seeking stricter ei

'. saltpeter are dissolved and then :).:;, ;.",,-,; "" .'', ,.,. forcement of the law requiring
?, ,t boiled to sterilize them. When sons to wear wraps when they ti

,';'i the brine has cooled, the meat In I'I ... on the streets In bathing attire.
r J packed down In a barrel, tub or \
r, h. ; crock, and the brine Is poured over I In Daytona Beach-The new Co

the larger pieces on the bottom. ernor and first lady of Florida

; ; Hams and shoulders should be ROWPRESENTS the Dave Sholtzes-are going

's ,, r{ w left in the cure for four days tot : :: make themselves quite at home

r fj6 hrj each pound weight (a 15 pound ef the executive mansion at Tallaha

Y, ., I ham would be left in the brine for / ', -::'.' see and they think they're gob
60 days). The bacon will cure out .. to like it. 'The new first lady ev
In about two days for each poundof intends raising some chickens

} weight. At the end of one, two the mansion grounds. Returnli

I ;, Ir, and four weeks the hams and recently from a visit to Tallaha
r p shoulders should be taken out and see she said: "The mans

fl repacked, to be sure that all parts grounds are beautiful and tpaclou

;,i ]t come In contact with the brine. CHE VRO LET ", and there !Is a lovely rose gardeA
h 1 ? For the dry cure, 8 pounds of charming sunken garden Is U

salt, 2 pounds of sugar, and 2 creation of Mrs. Carlton. x z:

j t unces of saltpeter are recom- There also Is a nice place f,<

mended. Two ounces of black pepper .4 chickens, and I Intend kecpli
u i and two ounces of red pepper \ keeping some."

may be added If desired. The -

;r,,11 si b ingredients are mixed thoroughly Gainesville Declaring that h

k ;pyl, r and rubbed on the chilled meat, did It "Just fur the thrill," Gene
which is then placed In a barrel Smith, 25, popular University
,r, ''i and more mixture is sprinkled on Florida student and track athle i t
rl it. The pieces should be taken out A NEW SIX admitted In a signed confession t

and repacked in the barrel on the Gainesville police Saturday aftt

fifth day. About three days per noon that he had written twen

pound weight of the pieces will be ... or twenty-five blackmail notes t
c;, ) satisfactory for curing by this freshmen at th8 University and t

a" method. residents of Gainesville within tl

e past two weeks. Smith, who w
EGO CONTEST PULLETS of the senior des\

CONTINUE DURING SECOND RECORD MONTH LAY :' .. Longer Larger Faster Smoother\ New in honorary vice-president lost year fraternities and president at one of tiff to

arrested as he came from
m t Chipley, Fla.-Producing an av was had iw
after police
: ; local theatre
More economical
during' Styling Featuring .. to his fraternity house during th)

the typewrite
day Investigating
the seventh Florida National Egg- .' having use
... which Smith admits
s' Laying Contest which has Just concluded .. Fisher No-Draft Ventilation hi writing the notes
x ., e its second month here are -
i. ;
off to a record start, according to r '.. _.,' Christmas Away down here
i<' 'y reports from Supervisor E.: F. .. 'oj..: !.. the South, where snow is something
pr,l rte 4 Stanton. During the two months MORROW will be Chevrolet Day throughout as well as more economical. Improved Free Wheel- : :.r'" seen In the movies, It'

d the birds have averaged 38.8 eggs, America. And. the new car that millions have ing is combined with"k "silent second" Syncro-Mesh: .,;.' ', 1;,. Christmas 385 days In the year
is 8 better .
which than for the i Is pratlcally
eggs .
.. .. of Christmas
'::10 ;, '. This village
"y r same time last year, and more :: watching and waiting for-the latest product gearshift Chevrolet engineers have developed a ;' ""!1:, as remote as the headqiw
!t than double the first year's aver- at the No
; t Claus
; ':. world' leading builder of automobiles-will gQ remarkable new invention that wins a complete vie-: ters of Santa from
age.The ..: Pole. It Is a mile
,%i, entry from Etheredge Poul- I'"T ;the New Chevrolet Six-at a new scale of low tory over vibration: The Cushion-BalancedEngine highway several miles from U
try Farm, Ashford. Ala., maintained railroad 23 miles east of the geographical
!' Its lead through the month and :: Front, side, rear-inside, outside-everything Mounting, And as far as prices are concerned,several center of the state an''
'. now has 469 points for 494 post oflee.
? egga.The ; :: this new car is advanced figuresin the main Industry Is the
e Gulfkist Poultry Farm, Ocean exciting models now sell at the lowest Chevrolet of thl
.. The chief
Springs Miss., stepped Into second .. : wheelbase makes it the biggest'automobile in history. Chevrolet is able to 'do all this because !y":;.q industry Is at Santa ClauS Indian
place with 439 points. Davidson It 1 Is i sb .
a Poultry Farm, Auburndale, Fla., :"I ? ', low-price field. The latest principle of car Chevrolet has the advantage of being the world's largest .; ;.F/}?ti .h9y/1'4: as And well Christmas known as thinks Santa ClaUS fo

stands third while fourth goes to : "' design, "Aer-Stream" styling, gives it a totally differb lder of cars for 4 out of the past <6<) years. Chevrolet : <,' \ during December: w0"11 renuh0with ,.0
an from M. Welscholek
entry '
$ ) .' : } mall come In here to be
Jacksonville, and fifth and sixth .t iL ent, ultra-modern appearance. The new Fisher builds cars in greater volume-buys materials in ", ,.: "Christmas" post mark.
: hI r
? try places Farm.are held Callahan by Pinebreeze, Fla. Poul- :,. ,.,. f. bodies are larger, wider-faultlessly streamlined-' greater quantities-does everything on a bigger more .' : ,. : ;.' -_ Thar'. pantbe
One of the Etheredge birds Is '1, ,'.!Y i.:'.' swung lower to the road-and offer the first basic 'economical scale. Hence, Chevrolet is in a position ., ''': In them woods says Alexand
5 leading all 'Individual hens with of Sheriff
64.8 points for 66 eggs. W. E. improvement in travel comfort: in over. ten years:" to provide better'cat at a better price than J.Giles Thorp's, negro hunting employe camp and II

u Pyles, May ville, Ky., owns the '. Fisher No-Draft Ventilation. Chevrolet perform could: possibly issue from any other source. The ...... proved it by bagging one vuw thA
second .
high hen, while one of the '
n / weighed 118 pounds.bumed
Davidson birds is third. ance in every gear is faster, flashier more, brilliant..,, leader can accomplish what others dare not try I : f.
,4 .. 1 his
In spite of weather au
x than usual during November more severe and The time-proved six-cylinder: engine is more powerful CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY.DETROIT.MICHIGAN : boss"single-barrel shotgun forwent CUPper <
t .. forth to bag a
the heavy production, only nine plentiful hereabout
stared died since the contest AT A NEW SCALE OF LOW PRICES turkey*. Proceeding being along the edg h
compared with 34 last Giles
of a cypress swamp
year cum
was startled by a

r There was a 20.percent-increase yell and saw two blazing the eye9
TORODE CHEVROLET CO. STARKE FLA. at him through tr"ees
-' In the number of boys in 4-H clubs glaring to run,
In Florida during the last year. Admittedly "too scar, killed the
raised his

:' v Mount Dora.-Mount Dora Radio Ml priest. o. b. Flint MlcJallan. S/wc/af.qi ilpm, .ni mtf, Low de/__red price and.* y O. M. A. C. terms animal with the single charge-to town
.t, r Shop, Ablyn Mary Dress Shop and brought. the panther It wan seI .,
Home Demonstration have It photographed
l Shop movedto length.
.tore in M. en feet, right inches
a;, i{ Apopka"- Fern City Cleaners I Miami Beach being\ F
Installed new system of cleaning. OINItAl MOTORS VA1UI R ten and garage space
U Perin estate.c .

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I contentend to settle on a head of Y Those prices may cause a further No. au Tth day of July, A. t>. 1 SO. per. published. In said County and '
It cabbage and there eat i and part of tae certificate No, SH4, State.
t happily ever HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES reduction In acreage next spring oth day of Auirtiet A. li. 1969, hail Thl 16th day of November UII
afterwards. But along: comes J. R. I however, will be influenced filed eald certificate In my office growers r
deedto (Official Seal. ) Clerk Circuit Court. ; ;
Watson, entomologist for the ) and made application for tax
Florida I[Weekly from Hem Demonstrav-[ II by prices received for the fall Innue thereon In accordance M MARTIN 41I
' Experiment Station witha II Uon Special. Tallahassee crop of tomatoes. The same average with law. Said certificate ambraoeathe Solicitor for Complainant to
little arsenate following I described property U-a-6t-18-
spray or dust, and
I It yields would give a 15: to 20 :
L Mtuated In Bradford County, FlorIda. -
1I d u g i6mp onto my feet, u a onto my path.-Pt91m 119105.e1Drl Mr. Looper takes one last loop. percent smaller crop. Tarrr: Ho'ricio! i uM
Such biting Insects will take a 1' W (9 .. of E% of 8WV4 of NWUBee. In Circuit Court In and for Bradford
in other rt
dose of BROCCOLI I' The spring crop acreage !..... and H 11 acre of 8WV County, Florida, In Chancery. i4
i P61tDi' AU religious teaching, doctrine or arsenate, but some people sections of Florida, Texas and California of NWU Sao 1-1-22. 13. K Andenon, Plaintiff.v i
liD ?leed'tt they sre have any claim object to arsenate on cabbage. o was below average in 1032 Th. sement of raid propertyunder .. Y tV
6t and devotion of the people must be in Since Broccoli seems have made Itself the said certificate Issued r.lnnl Anderson, Defendant. ',.
with the
t1 t1i the love, toytltY the Christ whose words fit into, fold harmony cabbage head Is a bud thoroughly at home In Florida.It and produced a 'crop 36 percentsmallp't was In the name. of Unknown. In the. Name of the State nf Floridato .
J88118 every and cravioe from hall bo
.chif0- growing the inside, Mr. Watson LinUs..aid certificate the Defendant Llnnle Anderson
taut, and of whom it wa said in John7:46."NEVER MAN can be found In all Its tenderness than the previous year. redeemed according to law tax deed -
human there I is from
I jjjCE THIS MAN." says no danger and succulency In South FlorIda Good prices may lead to an increased will Untie thereon on the 15th day The plaintiff having filed hi*
I arsenate applied two or three I in 1033 and an ; of January A. D. 19":'. worn bill of complaint wherein' U
Festers of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to na* this do- weeks before the cabbage is mar- during the winter and early I Dated. this 11th day of December, 1* alleged that your \ residence r
I r". of church acUvltles, organizations and annom o I spring, while excellent broccoli average yield would mean a con.slderably A. D. ma, F* unknown to tt'JI: ) thatyou
new keted. The outer
for leaves which G. W. A1.nERMAN ,
are over the are of twentyoneyearn ,
Space freely given and no charge made.-the only requirement caught the poison will have fallen I may be found in its prima in West larger crop. (Seal) Cleric Cltrcult Court, and that there I I. no person In
y such items reach this office before Wednesday morning Florida as late &I June. With high production and poor Bradford County. Florida. the State of Florid service. of process
(hat for off or will be stripped off. One quality in strawberries during use-55.1.12. upon' whom would bind )
cannot be handled current issue.SpNDAT The flowerets, tiny leave, and hereby
they authority goes so far as to It I 1. ordered, and you are W'
say I I Juicy portions of broccoli stalk are 1932, prices were the lowest in the NOTICE Of APPLICATION! FOIl required the bill ofo
.1 I God is no respecter of persona. that it would take 60 sprayed cab- edible. The large leaves are usually last IS years. Based on average TAX DICED mplalnt t111.rPIht* .. .* on or tea, "
bage to poison a person. If the Notice I I. hereby dven, that D W. before the Ind day of January A. r
SCHOOL; Acts 10:34: ; ((3) The Christian spirit not tender enough to eat, but yields the 1933 Intended acreage Moor., holder of tax certificate No. I>. 1 93$, else a decree pro confso
1 III is the greatest unifying powerIn cabbage are to be marketed soon when the skin on the stems tough. would produce a crop almost as $60 6th day of Aurut. A. D. 1913. will b* entered acalnst you.
LESSON however, Mr. Watson suggested filed laid certificate In office It I is further ordered that a copy
as that of 1032. In the early ha. my ;
the world (4) A for ens it be peeled off and the large
; prayer may and made application for tax of thl* order b* published In "The
using one of the fluoslllcates
strangers; Jesus' definition of or stem used. shipping states plantings and In- d..d. to Issue thereon In accordancewith Bradford County Telecraph" one
18 192 'I'IbjeCt fluorides instead of arsenate. tentlons-to-plant are about 3 per law. Bald' certificate embrace each week for four consecutive r tweeks
Peter AU varieties of broccoli
B I DECEMBER neighbor; among the Gen I Another trouble about are pre- the following' described property before the return date herein
tiles; AU nations made of one spraying pared in the same way. Peel the cent less than the peak acreageof situated In Uradford county Florida :
cabbage I is a waxy material on the 1032. Florida acreage reacheda to-wit: my hand and official eat. ,
of Quarter'suc stalks if skin the i
blood. is Clean
Review tough. 1
: : of at Stark, Bradford County, Florida,
leaves that prevents the Soy of N 420 feet of NEW 8KVJSect
a Lesson XI: Subject The Chris I spray floweret end by soaking in cold, peak of 0,000 acres in 1931, declined S4. Twp T 8. R. II Kat: thin Iflth day of November, A. 1>.

i he said unto tian's Use of Leisure. Neh. 8-9-18, from sticking. However, adding salt water for half an hour. Steamin to 7.500 acres in 1032, and The asseniiment, of ald. property 1933..
"And (i. W. ALDERMAN
Text: :a little lime to the will under the said. certificate leiiuedwa
If any man will come Matt. 11:16-19: ; ((2) Whether there spray give 11 small amount of water until is expected to reach 8,600 acres in In the name of .... F. Flume. Official !Seal! ) Clerk Circuit Court. '
all it better sticking power. Mr. Wat 1933. If weather conditions are Unl... said certificate ehall be ta-.1I-10. 1
him deny himself and fore ye eat or drink, or whatsoever -. tender usually 10 to 20 minutes. t+
me, let son recommended 1 pound of lead redeemed acoordlna to law tax deed
[ his cross dally, and follow ye do do all to the glory of I I This vegetable can be easily overcooked more nearly normal an improvement will Indue. thereon on the tlth day of !NOTICE' !! OP APPLICATION ron f1
Up God. 1 Cor. 10:31: ; (3) Seasons of arsenate and the milk obtained making it look and taste in the quality of the crop is. January, A. Z>. 18SJ. TAX DEED t'' 1 +?
}Luke 9:23. .from slacking' 2 or 3 pounds of expected. Dated thle Bth day of December, Notice I I. hereby given, that Nell.
relaxation and joy are helpful to unpalatable.To A. D. usa II holder certificate
Nollman of tax
give the subs fresh stone lime In
r t review we soul mind, and body; (4) The I quick or a little make Broccoli 'mu ''Natural With storage stocks of old potatoes n W ALDERMAN, No. 471, 7th day nt July, A. IX 1X0.
i of each lesson .under the Feast of Tabernacle Nehmeiah's hot water to fifty gallons of Water use 1 pound of broccoli 4 table- as large as they were last (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court, has filed said certificate In my of-
; Bradford County, Florldu. five and mad application for tax:
outline: for the Strain the lime .
log day of Thanksgiving; The spirit of spray. spoonfuls of butter and salt and I year and with consumers not willing U-e-Bt-1-6 deed to Issue thereon In accordance .
((2)) Golden milk to prevent particles from : to a premium for new potatoes with law. Said certificate embrace
n: Subject: play in childhood; Jesus and the pepper to taste. Wash the broccoli pay MANTIOH'S" SALENotice the following described eit.l '' .
clogging the nozzle.A ( "
I: ((3)) Practical truths; (4)e ) disciples seeking rest. I and shake It free of cold wa due to lower purchasing U hereby given that under uatd Bradford county Florida*;:';,'J''
of the lesson.n dust applied when the cab- ; ter. Plungs into boiling water and power, early !growers can expect and by virtue of a final. decreeof ttlft l
bage are dry will stick better thana foreclosure made and rendered Lola (, 2. I. 19. :Block 11 I.lvlnar..' p
I: Subject The Chiis- PRESBYTERIANServices i cook until tender. Do not cook as much competition from old potatoes by the Honorable A. Z. Adklnii, ,..t.Tru and Co'. addition t., ,
'. Devotional> Lifer Psa. 1:1-6: spray. Mr. Watson suggested too long and add the salt five minutes as they faced last year. Pro- Judge of the Circuit Court of the Stance\ In WV4 .f X"' H Sea $0, TW/\, .,};" ,4
mixing 1 pound of lead arsenate last 811th Judicial Circuit of Florida, In 0 B, It 02 H, / ,
It 68-15:: : ; ((2)) Grow In grace Sunday December 18, before removing from the duction In the early states and for Bradford county In Chancery The assesiim ln.' of said l 'b"" ." r"'v ''II' p
b the knowledge of our Lord and 0 pounds of hydrated lime for year was greaUy reduced by dated November Seth, 1832. In under. the aid I certificate Iseuedwn
, Christ.' 2 Peter as follows: the dust. Calcium arsenate is fire.All freezes and drouth injury. Even that certain I cauee therein Iaelypendlnit .* In the name nf P. J. Poaroe. ..
Savior Jesus 10 a. m. Sunday school, T. S. vegetables taste, better and between the Federal Land Unless. said certificate shall b* r*. .
meditate cheaper but is more likely to burn with a reduced In 1933 hank of Columbia. Plaintiff, and O. deemed .
|; ((3)) The more we contain more vitamins when they acreage according to law, tax deed '
the natI Williams, acting supt. growing plants. be larger if aver W. Lewis and wife Beads Lewis, will Usun thereon on the 19th day
i the scriptures more 11 a.. m. Morning worship, sermon Whether are fresh. Serve broccoli while production may et al. Defendant, the undersigned, of December. A. D. 1931.
I does prayer become; (4)) The applying a spray or fresh and .can the surplus while age weather is had. who wan therein. appointed a.* Special ..this 18th day of November,
of life of devotion by the pastor, a dust be sure to get a good coverage Maeter In Chancery to executethe A. D. 1(12.
lion a ; fresh, for use during the summer
5 Candlelight will, Monday, the Snd O W. ALDERMAN
p. m. Vesper service. and good control should fol- -- same on
Jtatlng the devotional; Jes- when succulent vegetables: are leas January 1CS3, during the Dark of Circuit Court.
Inrectlon Christmas program-Christ low. Some worms feed on the f""'ou > of ale\ before the CourtHouse Bradford County. Florida, *
: concerning prayer. mas in story and song. See program under side of the leaves. A poison plentiful in the garden. Broccoli is Door, In Stark., Florida, sell 11-18-Et'll'll.. l ;.
B/sson II: Subject the Christian canned about like any other leafy r5U to the highest and beet bidder, for
elsewhere In this
file family. Gen. 80:17-21: ; paper. bran bait was recommended for I Use cooker cash, the following' described land, NOTICE OP APPMCATIO1VTAX FOR
vegetable. a ,
This will take the place of the cutworms, and nicotine sulphatefor I pressure situate. lying and being In Bradford I>BKI>
al!40-52: : ; (2)) I will walk witbtj service and process about the same as for County, to-wltl Notice Is hereby Iventhat Ix>yan ,
regular evening preaching 'idii 0,1
house with a perfect heart. aphids. spinach, turnips and other greens. -- YourLAMM B'4 of \\t :. Twp ( 8. n. Bishop, holder tax certificateNo. '
and young People's meeting. 1 for II H., lea 111 acre described Sal! III. 6 day of A. D. 1IIR.
101:2: ; (3) No family life is Prayer meeting Wednesday at Isabellq S. Thursby Beginning at the NE1 corner of SK 4 haa filed said I rtf'-tt.:: In my office 4
Me without Christ in its *" > + OLD of NWM of aid Motion, run thence and mad application for tax
'[7:30: p. m. < > '' W. sot feet! thence a. ITU degree deed to Issue thereon In accordancewith + l'\f
I:,; ((4)) Joseph's Christian at- A cordial invitation to all our iWRUF FARM PROGRAM SPRING TRUCK CROPS orLANTBllN W. to South line of paid. 8Btt of law. Bald certificate embrace..
j toward his brothers; Jesus I .1 FACE LARGE SUPPLIES Aw5und) NW14, thence W to Eastern boun. the following described property 1
services extended to all. < .ald BH1U of NWVi. thence situated In Bradford county. Florida
Nazareth. home. < i "The Vole of Florida WITH POOR DEMAND or. n NB1VCpleman of beginning (and other to-wlt:
Una in: The Subject' TheM THERESSA BAPTIST CHURCH -, land,) aggregating 11.7 acre.. South half of Northwest quarter of .;
and the Coming Generation. > *> > > .ii Gainesville Fla. Demand for With the. appurtenance. Bald pale Southwest quartercontaining Section 10 Twp. j. {, r
to be mad pursuant to laid decreeto 7, s. R. M: Kat, 10 seramore
ct 6:4-9 :Mark 10:13-16: ; (2)) Services will be held Saturday Gainesville, Fla. Discussing Florida vegetables is not likely to *atl fy the came and clout. *. or 1.... .1
I B K. PBRRTMAN, The assessment of said propertyunder r
un up a child in the way he before the third Sunday of each Important Florida farm problems, improve much In the spring of 1933 A. Special Maiter In Chancery. the ...Id certificate. Issued $ k
d go; and when he is old he month. College of Agriculture workers will due to considerable supplies of To enjoy the Bnt light 11-1-Ct-lI-lO. wa. In the name of A. M. 'William :'

not depart from it. Prov. 22-: D. L. Phillips, Pastor. speak from state radio station vegetables from home gardens' for 1night get a Coleman. !NOTICE .Unless.. according said certificate to law shall tax b*deed redeemed "

m) The home exceeds all other WRUF at noon each day next liberal storage stocks of cabbage, Right now your old lamp Edward H. Jarvl, Individually and will Issue thereon. on the Itth day
tltutlons In over child week. will the Flor onions and potatoes, and little indications or lantern is worth $1.30on Edward H. Jarvl, a. admlnlitra- of December, A. D. 1911 n.
power METHODIST CHURCH They speak on
the purchase of one of tor of the Ketat of Blanch Jar Dated thl. llth day of November
; ((4)) A faithful father; The ida Farm Hour from 12 to 12:45: of rapid business recov mod.rn Ufhts .vl 1., deceased, Complainant A. D. UK.

about teaching children; pro- Sunday school 10 a.' m. I EST. according to the following ery. That's the summary of the the** new, Nicholas Idema. --, Idema. hi.* (Seal) Clerk G. W.of ALDERMAN Circuit Court 'l' l

ting children to the Lord; Jea Morning sermon 11 a. m. schedule: truck crops outlook report recenUy NEW wife I If : Harry Idema hi:. Bradford County Florida.. '

biasing the children. Young People 6:30 p. m. Mon., Dec. 19-Natural Agenciesthat released by the Florida. Extension LOW" Wife legal repre.entatlawful.If m'A: \ If deeeaied heir: his, U-11-St-ll-lt. ,if ;,

/ on IV: Subject-problems of Evening sermon 7:30: p. m. Control Me .lbugs-J'. R. Service. PRICES..e'- levatee., devlaee, cranteee admin- NOTICE' Of APPLICATION FOR 4 f
Modern Home. Joshua 24:. Glad to be with our friends and 'Watson. Cost of Producing Citrus Production of cabbage: in the You can get a Coleman I.trator. and executor. and any TAX DEEM 'r. '
by, throughor Notice Is hereby given that Eva '
*" claiming
li; Mark 10:3-12; (2) Aa for co-laborers another year in the I' in Relation to Profits-.W, R. late producing states was 17 per for aa Unto as under. him or Defendant A. Grant, holder certificateNo.
ud my house, we will serve providence of God. Let us try hardto !Briggs. cent larger than laat year resultIng |3.4J and your old" Tw:nty-8Uth: .J I r.mclr. :! Brad tax. Tth day nf'.JJr;, A. D. 1(10, tl ti '

lord. Joshua 24:23: ; ((3)) NoMe make this year the best of the Tues., Dec. 20-The Farm Price in storage stocks of over 115,- lamp or lantern. / ford It appearing County, In by Channery.affidavit appended ha* flied and raid mad certificate application In for my tax office i 'x;

it can be complete with three. Situation-Dr. M. A. Brooker. 000 tons compared with 128,000 a I to the bill filed In the aboveatated deed to issue thereon. In accordance j ;'/:

due religion; ((4) A whole fam- W. F. Jones Pastor. 'Farm Question Box. year ago. Intentions to plant in SEE YOUR and wife cause-If that married Nlchola, and Harry Idema the with following law. Bald certificate described. embrace property ;'

erring the Lord; Broken I Wed., Dec. 21 OrnamentalBradleaved the early states indicate an increase LOCAL DEALER Hems and wife, If married the defendant -. I situated In Bradford county Florida Yi!; 1,

; Love and obedience in thtnon ARSENATE SPRAY OR Shrubs-Major W L. of 34 perecent over the acre Or "''rite (/.. *. therein of the State named of are Florida nonresident WofLota46A11ofIotSof, to-wltt ;,'pelk. + !

DUST, PROVES FATALTO Floyd Plants Protected by Law in age actually harvested in 1932. and are reldnt of Great Neck, 1 Town of twty Wst of ,\' ;
V: Subject-The Chris CABBAGE LOOPER Florida-Erdman West. Production may be from 20 to SO tang; Leland New York, and are over Railroad. 80. 83. Twp. f S. R. 13 d
THE COLBMAN the ae of twenty-one years It I* Eat i ,
and Law Observance (World's Thurs. Dec. 22-Fruits for the percent more in the second early LAMP STOVE CO.Wktli. therefore ordered that aid non-rt The aeee....ment of laid property ti:

(rance Sunday). Prov. 23:. Gainesville Fla. You can't North Florida Farm J. Lee Smith. states. ., KM.CM dent defendant be and they are under the said certificate Issued. was !
hereby required to appear the In the name of Mamie Lou Edward.,
35; Gal. 6:1-10: ; (2) Whatsoever blame the looper and other bisects The Pecan Insect Situation. Fred The fall crop of tomatoes in t., m.PUlea.leb4 bill of complaint filed In Idt'a: I Unless said certificate shall b* redeemed \t 4 /

II&II! soweth that shall he also for liking cabbage, neither can you W. Walker. Florida and Texas will likely be '*. on or before Monday, the Ind day : according to law tax deed (' 4
of I>. 1>>3 otherwiseth will Issue thereon the 11th
January A. on day
Gal. 6:7: ; (3) One great blame the grower for poisoningthem. Fri., Dec. 23-Factors Influencing above average but not up to rec* U.*..!.*.,..GIN, .u..adona. of said bill will betaken ol.D.oemb.r. A. D. 1111. ih: i; ':

em need is a revived sense omslbUity The cabbage looper so named Mortality of Chickens Nor lord acreage of last year. The early ILTS.-x) a. confessed by said defend ,. Dated this Tth day of November '\

for others; (4)) The because. of ita looping' locomQ man R. Mehrhof. Poultry Breed. spring crop acreage in South Flor- NOI'ICU OK APPLICATION YOU ant.It I I. further ordered that this order I A D. im. o w. ALDERMAN, (;j i 'J 1

17 of drunkenness; God the tlon on the plant I la the moat com Ing Plans at the College of Agrl- ida was reduced during 1932 but TAX DEED b* published one a week for (Seal Clerk of Circuit Court. I t'I
Notice I I. hereby given, that G. W. five consecutive week In the Urad I Bradford County, Florida. ,1.J ,
of law \ Re- mon Florida cabbage pest It U culturs-Dr. N. W. Sanborn. ,high yields caused Jow pricea.
or ; Self-discipline; .., "" Alderman holder of tax certificate ford' County Telegraph a newspa- U-ll-St-lI-U. H ,.

ability for others; Obedience .

tenon Authority VI:,Subject The Chris-' ; '";;THE" MAIN THING"ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van. Zelm \\tli'1t' 11

and World Peace. Psa. 22:27 ) ,

lea I 2:1-4.: Matt. 28:18-20; (2) r I r.M... r .. i ',,

d are the. peacemakers: for i.1o0K6T
ball be called the children 'nity J BuzzMAIN HSQRU1otJ> OUGHTA )

God. :Matt 5:9; (3)' No one can IIi' IN' SCHOOL Vat ssauLDt"r MONTY! OUdHTA ,

Ilk< Christ who does not strive STKET'SLEAPINS eE LOAFIH AQOUNt' LIKE\ 'THI! HIRE our A4 y

righteous peace in every di'on NEW6PAPEQ Rattletrap Gara e IT AJW'T GOOD V'ER.I A FELLA'T'uAF A PLUMBER'S 1.

; ((4)) The Lord the Supreme AKE rr FROM tt& I KNOW .LPEQ.Tt04&'f'QE i

*; Universal peace prophesied: PRACTICE WHAT "l4Simt' ME'* WttOflO OH 600O CJABBEQS I

nations to be evangelized Su- MONTMORENCfMAMDIN' HAND OJTB1 e
Ruler; Universal peace YOU PREACH OUT SEEN HIM GET 7vio" i
haled All nations tOAFCttiHen : ;
; to be APVICE MAIM "ifSTlOO'f( 1
igellzed; The unifying power
the cross. ''"'fNtS' MOBM\N<3 Mtt.

'won VII: Subject Making J. VAN RENSALLEA2 ,' 094 F'HEAVEM4

:tog Deut. 2'::14-15; Luke 12-: MOKTMORENCf, MAIHmEET'S t 4 Tn AIEa t I +
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ill ,
: Tim. 6:8.16: ; (2) Be .,' M6'CR-ro- : -rml

I tb.ulln business. Rom. 12,. : SPILLED AN
U: ((3) The Christian looks up.lllaking ,
a living as something 7 1JJ -

a selfish activity; (4) Beast ADVICE TS THE TbH\ --r.t;&,._ :

to the poor; Jesus as a 1t UANt J11)) "
r: The BOT... < sin of greed;;: Recogthe W TRUST /IlL

right of employers; The TAKE: ; rr >SERIOU3lX.
leg between indolence and L.r.tIIft ,...

WIl! to be --1
rich.4aon .

IT-W P: of vm;Money.1: Tim.Subject Deut.6:17-19: _8:7-18 Stew-(2)); I LlQ.RIXPARNI1( ( ; By; Charles McMam1i ).{ t tf 1I

heed l. and beware of covetous- ,

iii: for the a abundance man's life of the consisteth things WHA.TS BABY CRYING / Ht WANTS WNAT5 THERE? THft. MAN f COULD NTCET Ydu YES, OuT THE WHERE WAS H[** ( OUT TAKlr4

J:' possesseth. Luke 12:15: ; ABOUT r rvi iz Kf Mi TO GO TO WITHOUT INS MAN WITHOUT WAL.KII t

let What gave us the power THI DIMEMUSEUM ; 7 ANY LEC5 LBC WASN'T t'a

we have adequate rew -rrttsleE

him should be most nat- tr 'tl'e
; ((4)
) The r
source of the
''w r
Cod money; Dealing faithfully t 1' f / 1'
; God'a
concern for our

; The Christian standard of FL& I

I4aIo A Charge to the rich. 3i1

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Exod. 3:1-12: ; Matt '

I lave; Marie 1le-2: ; (2) First 1 a 1 ll'
own selves to the e
2 Cor. 1.8: ; (3) To be a

J? Into for the Lord puts great ,

life: ((4) Moses< and

called to service. Jesus' O

r Pout* concfrnjna life invest- l 0 I Ii 0 ;

men 1m J "usdls- 0 i
acCtta) a commlaslonUving 0

ae Gentiles: The manner of oraven. 1 1CJaL

ItewardRhlp. lb I
5f with Ii
Other i
Luke R'\cea. I Icings 8:. 4,

C1))Ot 1O:3y. John *-a- ,.
a truth I :
7: perceive that M'I'I!. )

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er. listeners when I reached the third So I pass it along to you. It Is mankind could
Bradford Telegraph but It better than anything that I could and cease tIle;:
County "Bad howled the gangster.By bar of "Over the Waves, concentrate
; I I From Other PensIf I Ed Lewis in Greenville (N. C.) was fun just puttering around on write and deserves a wider distribution the memory of Hhn with Who one ii '
Established 1877 High News. the keyboard after a hard day at that the limited mailinglist one more CODUnandment ea gjrs
a- the office. Then came the planolo, for which it was intended. to you that you love I !
and little world began to crash one aaothI.ACTE
my -
MEMBER all the energy expended in --
playing bridge was devoted to the about my ears.I Here 'Tis: OFFlO.u.s
FLORIDAPRESS training of children, the schoolteachers Maybe You'veHeard used to sit for hours pump- "It's' December and the curtainof -
V ASSOCIATIONa\ of the land would havea Ing out Chopin and Bach, runningmy Christmas closes the show. Time The recent city elecUon In t
1 Q 3 much easier life and would yet It But fingers over the keys In a frenzied marches on and another year takes toy resulted In the elecuon'
4" earn their money. Highlands [ attempt to fool someone-my- its place in the hectic history of following officials: mayor t"R ,
::J .
County News.A self-the Smiths-even the ma the past. 1932 Is a snapshot in your Young: marshal and tax eon-;
9' -0-- WORDS chine-Into thinking that I was book of memory. J. B. Rowe; alderman two
deal doesn't help muchIf still the brains around the house. term, Geo. A. Andersoll
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Wilfred T. Funk poet and dic- Moore 1A
you haven't any chips.-Tallahassee But It was no good. I couldn'tkeep "We won't refer to it as the : alderman, ODe Year
1l Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Democrat.A tionary publisher, last week listed up with the fiendish little Golden Age. Hunger and hard H. Harley: clerk, treasurer
a--. what he considered the ten most keys-they always went down just times have torn at, the bellies ofa assessor and reglatratloll otl!
E. S. Matthews_ Owner and PublisherJ. Tennessee man shows what beautiful words In the English one'jump ahead of my fingers. billion men. Tears streaked the 1. 11. 11111.

C. Robinson ______ Managing! Editor!: can be done on three-fourths ol language.Dawn The:Mist words were: Then one by one I saw little, chalky cheeks of children, tuggingat LAND BEING t _
an acre with intensive farming: he Hush Luminous wheels begin to steal In and do the the skirts of weary women. cLEARtn
SUBSCRIPTION RATE raised 67 bushels of Irish potatoes, Lullaby Chimes jobs that I used to take so much I, White collars wilted to sickly yellow .S. Church of-
25 bushels of sweet potatoes 4 Golden pride and pleasure in doing-I I sending a saffron stream down Is having Keystone Hel
Ed; Yearly $1.50; Six; Months 75c-Payable In Advance bushels of onions, 2 bushels of Murmertng Tranquil Melody couldn't even light a match any shaky spines. ed opposite thirty the acres of land ?1

Advertising Rates on Application beans 2 1-2 bushels of peas 600 Which is all very well, but why more by striking It on the seat of Smith southeast homo of tow' H
pounds of cabbage, 2 bushels of should Mr. Funk get all the pub my trousers. I was surrounded on Business is propped up In bed Church will build a five ,
try on carrots, 2 bushels of parsnips, 2 To of thinking it all sides by automatic lighters, nursing a hang-over. Recoveringfrom galow on the :
Is there any need to remind you that auto tags are of 10 bushels of licity our way property, and ll
; ; bushels 1
?! peppers is just as important to pick the razors, adding machines, washing the drunken delirium of a gage In strawberry
'Z sale? tomatoes, and other produce! You machines, voting machines. growing
? ten ugliest words, so here goes: prostituted prosperity. Boasts of t _
vi 1. can depend on it that he worked, i At last In desperation I took to Plant
$, 4s pplkt Mug Louse bigness, made in a moment of City Work !
headlines "ChampaignCrop too.-Suwannee Democrat.A Belch Wax: : bridge. Not so much for the diversion cocktail created confidence are for. construction of vegetable etartq d j
r' i; if itJ mattered exchange and r
As an
; --o-- Gist Spinach of bidding and playing the' gotten. Pent houses are Re-Pent packing house for Robinson 3
Short." simple'and effective cure for Phthisic HearseRatiocination hand but for the kick I got out of'I on Seaboard Air Line B
0ti L rattlesnake bite has beeu furnish. WenchWe'll gathering up the cards, shuffling I Frenzied financiers finding street. at sd
ed the LaBelle News by Mrs. L I* : I in front of
even go Mr. Funk one bet- them and then dealing I themselves flat tires on the high
:+ Count the number of days to Christmas yourself. You Fitzhugh who says she has tried it each player a neat little pile of Dade City .
lsp 1 { ter and attempt to put the ten I way of life, sought an avenue of Mr. and Mii v
c have as much time as we have. with success a number of times. most beautiful and the ten ugliest cardboard.' It wasn't much, folks, escape. By ship or shot. Leaving CUrrie purchased J. a Warn
The remedy Is powdered alum, words In a poem.Let's but about the only little exercise, behind the wrecked hopes of a Interest In Suwannee ResUuna'
o- i which la the taken internally and see now-how Is this left for Idle human hands to do In I trusting humanity.
{:s Vii'" 1 u It's too late to tell you to' do your Christmas shopping also'rubbed! In the wound after It this age of cogs and rivets. ...- New road between Bartow

/ 1 early, but you'd better do it NOW. JilA..tu'fftU has been knife.opened The with alum a tightens sharp sterilized the At arose dawn; the phthisic wench tion Then of the came automatic the end.card The table-inven "Three capitol. men To pead journeyed pitifully to a with state a Bowling: Green opened

/ .'I/ the tissues about the bite and pre. She belched, and saw the golden the very devil of a machine that president elect .for food-and a New road between Sebring-
*Den* a man's down they all pile on. Comes a Representative vents the poison from circulating. mist usurped the last stronghold to place to sleep-for a million men Avon Park opened to tratfla
and kills
Hoover!I" It Is also very antiseptic Fall o'er the spinach like a lum- which I had fled. The last pieceof marching to Washington.
with cries of "Impeach
now the poison on the spot.-Mr. Dora inous veil- my poor world crashed about
'. ,..- -
Il eo' ', 'Topic. my ears and I ran jittering Into
i L ', Tramplngatumbllngstagger. BOREE .
Anything But [ -II. All right, all right, we'll the closet. I'm still there, folks, GIDDEN
; A sign on a local garage says, "We Repair I A LONG WAFT->( stop. not ing-searching for work.
and you'd better come too closeor I
But don't we didn't try.LITI'LE .
,h A Broken Heart. How about a broken bank account? !My grandpa note.'th World's worn say I'll bite you. Ahhhhhh-ha-ha FUNERAL DIRECTORS
President-elect them
"The tells
.and we"re' to the
: cogs says -ha-
v 0 WHEELS Courteous Scrxlremoilrrn
'I haven't the authority.
4. jj Merchants are getting that holiday spirit. Half-a-dozen grand-dad In his house of logs, Shhhhht! Don't tell anyone-here --0---' Mverylklmg nod' ...
Christmas trees have sprung up on Call Street overnight. swore things were'going. to the I am hiding In the closet, living on Nerly two thousand years ago, The ....t for I..... M.|| .
,, a dogs. nuts and raisins and sticking my ;;'oo' Late I three men journeyed toward a star. how room near depot at, Bne <
o His dad among the Flemish bogs, head out at thirty minute inter With hope In their hearts of find. t'. wrrkon, !Mlarkr Fit,
arl! 'II.! beautified. vals for a little fresh air.I l I ing a Saviour of humanity. They Ba.Ar-A9-el nlvrmlile As,.
a is being the
We glad to.see that the city park vowed thingsfwere,golngj, .C.on..l1, Florida.PIIOB .
-' am protesting against civilization c.j found him In a manger In a stablein
didn't have a decent place to sit dogs. o eiassifjBy 5-0:104:
visiting tramps
Heretofore, .
The caveman in his queer skin togs ladles and gentlemen and it Bethlehem. His name was
S said things were going to the III one of life's little ironies that RUSSElL'KAY I Christ-and he had the authority."Can AMBL'LANm: MC11UCB
Free flour, free cotton, and now frees moving picture dogs. In my protest I must take refugeIn Seenr..", Florida !>?. AMOCIMK it be that HE is the Forgotten
But this Is what,I wish to state: a closet, made by men and machines man?
most had rather work for what they
,; ; shows. But even so, men "
: Instead of
The dogs have 'had' an awful fleeing under the On the first of each month I receive
f get. wait..Pacific. 'Cooperative Wool sheltering wing of Mother Nature. a letter from my friend Jack FOR CHRISTMAS
q' _- ----'-" Grower. '"' But how can one flee to the poor Carr, you remember, the fellow I And as we approach again that
R'Yt old lady when she Is so ruthleas- told, you about who lives on a day on which we commemorateHIS
Is the safest
show that liner's cabin
Statistics an ocean Cast Iron Heaters Bed Boo
s CANST THOU BEAT IT? ly cut at quarter mile intervals farm and during his spare time birth, might it not be well to -
spot in the world, but the old parlor sofa feels a lot less dan- by festering scars of asphalt has a lot of fun writing letters that give serious consideration to the Suits-Gardiner Range*-Wi
>, au.lj gerous. '. Consider editor! A child 1* teeming with little tin vermin help other folks increase sales or question "Is HE the forgottenman Mixed Blankets
d I born unto tho wife1 of a merchantIn ? speed up collections. ?"
o. 10 For years I have been plotting --- -
town. The physician getteth
How about a law compelling; grownups to stand ten feet plunks. The editor wrlteth a stick this revolt, ever since tho day of I 'I've met a lot of preachers, and In this trying hour while men PRICES REASONABLE

,i away, from toy store windows to give the kids a chance to seesomething and a half and telleth the multitude the player piano, when I first saw heard a lot cf sermons, but I don't and nations battle grimly to free
that the child tippeth the he beginning of the end. I never believe I ever encountered anything themselves from the tighteninggrip Denmark FurnitureCompany

? .. I.......... beam at nine pounds. Yea, he was much of a'musician my chief that struck me as forcibly or portrayed of want and woe and misery
o letb even aa a centurion. And f claim tq,dl tlnctioD being a kind a truth so vividly as does what a wonderful thing It wouldbe

'?I School children will have to stay up all night during their the proud father glveth. him a of watery. ueeUng .experienced by [Jack's December greeting. if, regardless of race or creed,

c % one-week vacation to get everything they had planned for Cremo. ..h.'I''I".I".I. .. ,,, .... .. ..... ,,,, ,,, __
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Behold, the growethup
: y
the usual holiday period.
T iI l, and graduateth. And the -
r,; ll ti t 4 o tor putteth' In the paper a swell
N The ice man has had a long inning.-Palmetto News. piece. Yea, a peach' of a notice. ,

N;' There should be a crack there about the husband finally returning He telleth of'and the' wisdom her of the -
young woman of exceeding OPENINGO'F I
home, but we will leave it for more subtle pens. comeliness. Like unto the roses

o of Sharon is she, and her gownIs

: News articles say that Willie Vocalite science's most played up to'beat the band. And
p the dressmaker'getteth two score
t! successful mehcanlcal man, sings, answers ''questions, and and four iron men. And the editor, '
smokes cigarettes. Wonder if he could turn out a column of gets a note of thanks from the FL
p' sweet girl graduate.And 0{
this stun for us?
r the daughter goeth on a
oWe journey. And the editor throweth I
1' 1 '
: believe that someone on Bradford County's float in himself 'on the story of the fore-

', Gainesville Saturday should be equipped with a sawed-off well the It runneth fair one a remem-column K. & M. Service Station

shot gun. Those luscious ripe berries might have to be protected bereth him from afar with a picture -

t, from the hungry mob. postal card that costeth six
for a Jitney.
o .
Behold she returneth and the
Starke Methodists this week welcomed back Rev. W. F. youth of the town fall down and

Jones. Brother Jones' was returned to the church here at the worship. She plcketb one and lo, Intersection of Roads 13 and 48Saturday .

; request of his congregation who feel that he has faithfully she pltcketh a lemon; But the
; editor calleth him one of our prom
.; served the needs of the community. sing young men and getteth away

v !r, o with it. And they send unto the
Wives who complain that their husbands never do any- editor a bid to the wedding, and
behold> the bids are fashioned In afar
thing around the house are lucky. In Detroit recently a fire to city.Flowery. .

captain spent a good part of his day off varnishing the bath- and long la the wedding Dec. 17

he had been notice which the editor prlntelh. ,
room at home, and then discovered using maple
The minister getteth his bit. ,
j syrup instead of varnish. The editor printeth a death no-

o tics, two columns of obituary, .. ,
11iiii David Sholtz, incoming Governor, is said 'to believe that three 'lodge 'notices, a cubit of !"Ijl.) '" {..'
poetry and card of thanks. And
j office holder's the two monthsthe "If.1C1
a an place is in his office during he forgetteth to read proof on the

Legislature in session, as well as during the other ten dead, and the darned thing cometh /,\ i .

l l i months of'the year. It is predicted that shortly before the out "Gone" To Her Last Roasting \.
4 state solons assemble next April, notice to this effect will go "
And that are akin to the deceased ,
; from the Governor's office to. all officeholders in the sixty- Jumpeth on the editor with : '* On opening day free greasing Jobs

seven counties of the state. Thus there will be' no "office-exceeding great Jumps. And they
tulleth out their ads and canceleth ,1
,1 holders lobby" at the next session of the legislature if their subscriptions, and '
they swingthe
will be given to all cars with
Y Sholtz's attitude has been clearly understood. The incoming hammer even unto the third .j. passenger

;t Governor, however, will not be the first to deal firmly with and fourth generations.-Publish. .

$1; self-seeking office h' lders. It is' said that Governor Mitchell er.' Auxiliary.-o .:', :';= ': each purchase of 10 gallons of gas-

v once told a group of sheriff's that if they were not out of Tal- Bulae $ Condition j : "

,lahassee by the next morning there would be "the damndest "Picking up," acknowledged the f....' '

lot of new sheriffs in the state you ever saw." hop-Jitter. said :

oNo er."Stationery, the book-sell I I..1," : .,-' 'We' are modernly equipped for all

doubt many of you are planning to cut down( on your "Fare," admitted the taxi drlv. "

I Christmas list this but don't do it. Of it's all e r. .' simonizing
year, course, "At a stand-still.- the moon. :;:i '' .f.." greasing washing polishing, -
,, ,
right to economize on an or a second cousin there, shiner. '

iii mS i but your list should be enlarged to include one or more of the "Snappy." smiled the photo- ;' ; '
rapher. :\ : and other services-
underprivileged children in the county who will"have less this "I can't kick" according the : ,

year than ever to help fill those empty stockings. Due to ne-Iegged man. '. ., '. .
lack of funds the American Legion has called off the come "It give me a pane," exclaimed ij y' '

; munity Christmas that helped gladden the hearts of 600 the glass dealer. Under
"Bum" commented the beggar, .:. ; management of D. CvKinlawand
children in the county last.year but there are still ways in "Broke," ejaculated the brok. ..
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which r. .
you; can do your bit. Look in l the closet, get out an old l',4 .
"Get by." remarked the football 7" '. D. ,A. IVlonteith.ulmnpg.oAmpaallAn .' 'Jt'!' ,iff 1'1/11"; is : !It '
toy( ; or. two, patch/ 'uparid carry it to! the Red Cross Head player... .. r/ ,,'. r" iirj- ',,11"1 I .' .' .' .

I quarters along with any food and clothing that can,be u spared. "Pass," urged the student. a "' ",,, .... .

Ik When you have done this you may be sure that you have "Stinging." stressed the bee- "

k made "Merry Christmas" something more than an empty hive"Rising.keeper.' added the baker.

- phrase for someone less fortunate than yourself. "Dirty," stated the street clean. ...._ ,
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