Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
December 15, 1933
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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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Starke RepresentedIn Negro Man JKilled; Christmas Tree Business Men's Club Charter Arrives }

idford Is High Brodway Show Cannot Get \Work By Htt-and-Run Car; Congratulates Shollz ''t. II

By Leslie Adams *2nd 'Within i Months. On Chicago Letter J \

ong CountiesIn Unless RegisteredOn -. Plans Are Made For Loan Body;

Starke is well-represented on Russell Ash forty-year-old negro The Starke Business Men's Club ,

Broadway during the current the- man, was found dead on Road Monday wired Governor Sholtz

Small Fruit atrical season by Leslie Adams, a November 16th 13 a short distance north of town By Club Women congratulating on his messageto Directors Meet '

native son, who has a leading partin Monday morning. He had evidentlydied Judge Alfred O. Erickson regarding .

that 'reigning musical success, from Injuries suffered when the case of James LA Rue, .
"As Thousands Cheer," Fagg Sends Telegram Giving struck by a hit-and-run driver. Contribution Of Old And New escaped chain gang fugitive.The May Be Ready To Receive Applications
rnment Figures Sheriff W. J. Epperson investi- Toys Are Asked By Mimic club's telegram read: "We In Less Than w .
14th In List Of The last issue of the Literary Di- Requirements For C\VA 4 4J
iBank accident but CommitteeA wish to congratulate you on your A Week :
Best gest in its "They Stand< Out From Employees gated the scene of the
Fifty to Erickson of Illinois. We
the Crowd" page, had that to say could discover no clue as to the message I

Bradford County- ranks fourth about Mr. Adams: Tallahassee, Florida. identity of the driver of the auto- community Christmas tree consider It superb. The messagewas With the receipt this wet U. of itschat'ter
signed by A J. Griffis, presi-
| among the fifty leadingties "Leslie Adams, the versatile actor DPO 11, 1033. mobile or truck / will brighten the streets of Starke from the Farm Credit Administration ;
II. C. Wall, lived what Is known as and the hearts of hundreds of underprivileged dent.When the Production Credit
( In the United States in the in 'As Thousands Cheer, Is Ash on Judge Erickson refused to >a
Chairman CWA, Starke, Flu. .'north of town. children if plans of Association of Starke is expectedto
I action of small fruits, accord- making his third appearance on the Humphrey plac send La Rue, who escaped from
Regret we cannot author1zeemplo'n1ent second to be killed the Music Committee of the 'Woman's be ready to receive loan applications
I to figures released this week Broadway after playing In stock He is the man the Florida State Prison Farm,
Club turn out .
ibe Census Bureau In Washlng- companies all over the United at thin time for by a bit-and-run Driver on this right.It back here to finish his..sentence, within! a week. r

1 D. C: The county received this States, and hankering for an opportunity any men or women in your stretch of road within the past two la definitely planned to erecta Governor Sholtz wired the Judge Immediately arrival of the

Ji rank principally because of its and the right part. His county who are not on the active months. I lighted tree and to have a musical that it 'was a matter of privilegeif charter, a.'ldlrectora meeting was'

..berry crop which the census technique and versatility find full relief list Nov. 10. program, but whether or not he wished to retain La Rue since called for 10 o'clock Thursday
In the current' wherehe MARCUS C. FAOO. gifts will be distributed depends on at which time W S. Sib-
|au valued at $362.69 per acre. scope play our prisons were already over- morning ?
jiglpahoa Parish Louisiana, figures as "the man who bites Executive Officer CWA. C W A Program whether enough funds can be rais- crowded with lawbrakers from the ley of Starke was elected president ;

ijie in: the value the dog" as Mr. Hoover, King ed or enough toys donated betweennow North. of the association; J. S. Howard,
entire country
Small:! fruits harvested, accordto George, and< John D.-Rockefeller, The above message laa, repro- and< Saturday, December 23. of Dukes, was chosen vlceprewident ; '

the census of 1930, prlnciv Jr.. He was born in Starke, Flor- duction of a telegram received at May.Continue The Music Committee is asking and E. W Hayes, of Starke, J't't

| because of its commanding ida, is a quiet, refined gentleman, relief headquarters here this week. for contributions for new and old "Mail It Early"Is secretary-treasurer .
Crowds of persons who have These should be turned "
disdaining ostentation. toys. over
of straw- L. O. Hazen of' Brooker and R.
ft In the production If J"
been gathering at local CWA
to Mrs. H. at the
lea. Hlllsborough County Although he left Starke more Roosevelt To Ask Congress Fjf George Lowry M. Crosby of Starke were elected.. r
headquarters In the past few daysIn
led fifth on the list, also be- than thirty years ago, Mr. Adams the expectation of Immediate Billion Of Dollars In the Presbyterian committee manse.hope that Members they will Annual Plea Inspectors and appraisers for this % : J ?
will be remembered the older
\t of strawberries. by work were told of the November Appropriations county. Inspectors and appralsors ) I
be successful In '
though Bradford was fourth residents here. He was a son of 16 raising enough from Union County will be elected r t i
requirement to for
money buy candy and fruit -
In the value of small fruits John Q. Adams. I Should Congress grant President within the week. \ !4\\r
Local headquarters urged those the youngsters.The Postmistress Young Given RulesAnd : \t y;
leneral, other figures by theus I Roosevelt's request for an appropriation Directors'' were notified by the v
[ bureau show that It was not on active relief rolls on that of billions of dollars, the musical program arrangedfor Kfjcuhitloim "01'I I Production'; Credit Corporation of ti
date to attempt to secure work Saturday night, December 23, Patrou.Postmistress ,
,y-flrst among the fifty lead- Milk Licenses Civil Works Administration pro- 1 Columbia that the name of the association .f d
I in the United Statesne through the National Reemployment includes "When the Chimes Rang, '
counties gram might continue until next I here would be changedfrom i l;
Office here H. H. Young Is
u reading by Miss Lucille Mitchell,
of strawberriese. t
production spring according to Associated the "H. B. U. Production ,
assisted by a chorus of eight voices, urging post office patrons to mail
e. Must Be PaidAll Press dispatches from Washington. Credit Association" to the "Pro .i
New Methodist PastorTo singing familiar Christmas carols! earlier than ever this/year in order ti
of 1930 of !
cording to the census duction Credit Association -
that letters and \
The entire audience will be asked parcels reach their:: !
county had an acreage!, of 1,453 Preach Here Sunday I The administration wife<< ask Congress to join in the singing of "How destination in time to be deliveredon Starke. The change was made ')

111 produced 2,225,152 quarts offies Dairy Product Distributors I for appropriation at least Firm a Foundation" at the begin- Saturday, December 23. If mat- necessary by a recent ruling of Columbia ,{. If.} r
at valuation of $534,036. Sunday morning at the Metho- that associations would :
a at the
$5.375,000,000 coming session ter is mailed too late for Saturday
Large Or Small Come Under ning of the services, and "Joy to
e figures were based on re- Regulations dist Church, the Rev. B. M. Mont- and the ultimate figure mightbe the Woild' 'at the conclusion.The delivery It will not be handled until have to take the name of the town t\

s i from 634 farms. gomery, new minister here, will six billlons'cT more. This sum Tuesday unless it bears a special In which their headquarters were 1ti 'IJ!
tree will be erected the
conduct the service and all mem- on established. '
r the same year, Hlllsborough All distributors of milk, large or became apparent as President Woman's Club grounds and will be delivery stamp, Mrs. Young says '
Lity, which ranks sixteenth small must secure license, accord- bers are asked to attend this serv- Roosevelt's aidcs..l\dded\ up mini- Post office patrons are asked' to J. S. Howard of Dukes and A. T. :
decorated on Wednesday, Decem- V
Ing the first fifty, showed an Ing to an announcement made here ice to welcome the new pastor. mum estimates for/emergency expenditures ber 20, so that it be enjoyedthroughout observe the following regulations; Redd of Raiford were accepted at 1\\ '

hge of 2,486, which produced this week by W. Henry Bryant, Mr. Montgomery and family will and found they totaled the holiday"may week. Address all matter plainly and the Thursday meeting as directors) '

*779, quarts of fruit at a valua- chief deputy collector of licenses.All move to Starke from Waldo within $2,775.000,000 without figuring in : completely. Ink on one side 'of from Union County, No directors 1 i
I of $1,152,019. In this county the next few days where he will a cent for the Reconstruction Cor- parcel only, giving: street addressor have yet been obtained from Baker ,

,f farms reported. milk producers, who are own- take charge of the Starke pastor- poration, whose requirements, can- Eld. J. II. Kelley Dies box or rural route number, County but it is hoped that this '?
of whose
more cows
ers one or
not be forecast at 'this time. To whenever Place sender's will be within the
possible. accomplished
jnglpahoa Parish, Louisiana, milk is sold, must be licensed, also ate.The At Brooker Home i
I the largest number of farms milk dealers, who purchase milk to Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Jones that'sum they added estimates J2,600OOO,000 return card In upper left corner of next few <1a's. ;,. ,.,.j

Ming, ranked first In acreage, be sold at wholesale and retail and their granddaughter, Edith of budget bureau for the address side. When application blanks are received i/;, : t.

|:lty harvested, and value cf within the State of Florida, such Jones, who have been residents of ordinary governmental operating Bid J. It. Kelley, member of the Pack articles In strong, durable from Columbia they may be I .
Arkansas, Starke for the past three expenses during the next fiscal Bradford County Board of Public containers. 4
s i.' Washington dealers are subject to a license years Wrap parcels securely obtained from E. W. Hayes In
1 second in acreage, followed computed on a gallonage basis, of where Mr. Jones has been pastor of year. ,i, Instruction and well known farmer, but do not seal them except when Bradford' County, and L. T.-.Dyer -:, t l 1-
Arkansas LlvJm the Methodist Church leave todayfor President ROO8e Intends to dIed| at his home In Brooker Satur- label endorse- ,
.aite County, ; the daily average receipts of dis bearing a printed or in Union County. Someone will be : .
', Parish, Louisiana, and Ben- tribution. This also applies to the Jacksonville where Mr. Jones taper off the Civil Works program day afternoon. ment reading: appointed later to handle applications / :

'ounty, Arkansas. The State owners of one or more cows, the will succeed the Rev. E. M. Rooks between Marrh 1 and May 1. By Mr. Kelley was fifty-six years "Contents, merchandise. Postmaster from Baker County. Mr. a

Innessee bad nine of the coun- license fee is $3.DO per year and up as pastor of the Ortega Methodist that time, he hopes that the Public old at the time of his death. lie : This parcel may be openedfor Hayes will likely have an office In ,;

I Arkansas, Missouri, and Ore- to $250.00. Church. Starke is losing two of Works program will be able to ab- was born in Bradford County June postal Inspection if necessary," the court house here e \\/1
Nineteen states the most faithful workers in 10 1877 and married to Miss I 9t ;
five each. sorb gradually those now cared for was with and address of : I
Milk solicitors, who are driversof together name The establishment of this association -
counties in the list. church and welfare work that this by the Civil Works plan. Lily Mae Scarborough In 1903. I
milk trucks pr outside salesmen, sender, as sealed parcels not so with $20,000 capital stock Is 1, :
with a town has ever had. Eleven chJMren were born to this
strawberry ,
e crop T
must pay a license of $1.00 per labeled are subject to postage at welcomed by farmers in this sec ,
of more than $43,000,000, union., His first wife died In 1025
e Mr. Jones, during these three
the letter rate.
r year. tlon since It will enable them to obtain
aerated 676 per cent of the stay In our midst, has devoted Sing Convention and several years later he was
of stores filling years Parcels may not exceed 100 funds with which to buy fertilizer
Owners '
Je of all small fruits harvested grocery married to Mrs.. Frances Groover.
his time to Christian work, not inches
stations, hotels, drug stores, cafes, In length and girth com- for their strawberries It Is
166 per cent of all fruits and only his church alone but throughout Besides his widow, Mr. Kelley Is of
boarding houses, and all mercantile bined, and the weight limit expected that hundreds of applications
the whole town and< in his survived by four : Mrs. e
Here fourth-class matter
or parcel post
Organized will be received
establishments where milk or cboeolate as soon as '
1 strange coincidence is that the milk is sold or dispensedmust every day life a d work has ever G. W. Rivers, Mrs. L. C. Padgett, i Is seventy pounds for all cones. the blanks for this purpose are on ; t
I county on the government'ss upheld the law of Christ in teach- and Mrs 1(. H. Mott all of Brooker Parcels may be marked "Do not hand.
a )license fee of $1.00 per It Is not known yet howmuch
[ named Weakley, Tennessee. pay ing and preaching the Word of and Mrs. J. G. Howard of Fair- "
open until Christmas, this being f
First Meeting To>PBe Held In money will be loaned per ,
God. Mrs. Jones who has been banks; five eons, O. C., J. W., Tal- permitted In order to encourage acre of strawberries. 1
is unlawful for any distributoror very active In the church work January At Long Bridge madge Austin, and Morris Kelley, early mailing.

tck Loses FightTo producer-distributor to deliver also has devoted much of her time Church all of Brooker; five sisters, Mrs. H. Written greetings, such as ,

milk or ''chocolate milk to a store, to welfare work, especially the Red H. Howard of Brooker, Mr. Myrtle "Merry Christmas,." "Happy New

or any mercantile establishment, Cross work, and much credit Convention The Bradford County Singing Lewis of St. Petersburg, Mrs. Jess Year, "With best 'wishes," and CC Teams, To Meet
that has not secured a license or should be her for the was organized Sundayat .
Georgia Boy given splendid Water Oak Starke where Manning of Tampa, Mrs. E. L. names for the purpose of Identifi-
made application for same after results she has accomplished the Alachua near Conventionhad Prescott and Mrs. Kyle Mills of cation may be enclosed In parcel +

notice has been given. through her efforts. met for County Jacksonville ; two brothers, C. S. post matter. Books may bear On Gridiron Here
Ever It is the duty of every dealer or They will be missed in Starke, an all-day sing. Kelley of Brooker and Miles Kel- simple dedicatory Inscription not
Lawtey Fighter distributor to ascertain whether or but the best wishes of the town asa C. C. Butler was elected presi- ley of Dover. of a personal nature. Other written
I Defeated In Jacksonville
not every store, or mercantile establishment whole will go with them to their dent of the new organization; Funeral services were held from additions subject parcels to letter -
Armory where milk or chocolate new place of residence. Floyd Crosby was elected vice- the home Sunday afternoon under postage.Do Lawtey And Penney Farm Camp

middle- milk Is sold, has secured a president, and Miss Hazel Underhill the direction of Kid. W. M. Moodyof not enclose letters in parcels, Are Looking Forward To
Beck a
Lawtey Battle
Jim license.It Green Commends Sale was chosen secretarytreasurer.It LaCrosse. Interment took
Eht, Tuesday night lost a tend placeIn as doing so would subject entire -
is unlawful for the pwner of was decided by charter mem- the family lot in Dedan
Shell of Co- Of Christmas Seals ceme parcel to letter postage. v
decision to Billy establish bers that the Bradford County The Penney Farms CCC camp
TJUS, Ga. In the Jacksonville any store or Christmas Seals or stickers will meet the CCC yon
Convention should meet each tery.Elder Lawtey camp
|ry. It was Beck's first defeat ment selling milk or chocolate milk to "This is one of the most needy ter on the second Sunday. quar-The Kelley was a minister of should not be placed on the address the Starke football field December 's k
milk chocolate
e> armory ring. purchase who or Is unlicensed. years in the history of our great first convention will be held at the Primitive Baptist Church. side of mall. 20 at 2:3O: p.m. The two com

t following account of the from a dealer country," R. A. Green, Congressman Long Bridge Church on Road 28, Parcels of fourth-class matter panies have been bitter rivals ever

t Is taken from Wednesday'sIda A violation of any provisions of from this district, said recently March 11.Sunday's. Large Rattler Killed endorsed "Special Handling" will since their Inception.: Lawtey;
this act shall be a misdemeanor of the be given most expeditious handlingand
Times-Union: in speaking twenty-sev at trounced Penney Farms In baseball
meeting was opened
ck in by a fine not exceedingfive Christmas Seal sale By Man Hunting Quail transportation practicable, but
with a big advantage punishable enth annual 11 o'clock In the morning and sing- with a decisive victory, and
|h and height, might have won hundred ($500.00) dollars, Mr. now being sponsored throughout ing under various directors was -. not special delivery, upon payment, the Penney Farms boys are out for
differ- or by imprisonmentnot Florida Tuberculosis A six-foot rattlesnake killed In addition to the regular postage,
Shell had he pursued Bryant says Florida by the -; continued until the noon hour was revenge. The Lawtey outfit refus-
Itactlcs. Round after round he exceeding one year, or both, sis Health Association with its' when members of the Water Oak by R. R. Prevatt while he was out of ten, fifteen, or twenty cents, according ed to meet the Penney Farms team d

fed out to jab Shell but after and each day during which such affiliated organizations."The Church served luncheon.A hunting last week. His three dogs to the weight of parcel. for sometime, and were accused oC f

ute or so he Invariably beganng violation shall continue shall be I strain on our giving power standing invitation is open to had trailed a covey of birds from a The payment of special deliveryfees being afraid to play them, but finally ;a

punches which always deemed a separate violation.The has been acute. In the intensity of all people who wish to attend a small oak hill near Clay Countyand on all matter entitles It to the consented to a game. 1h

| him wide open for a return names of owners of cows lour Interest and in the immediate' meetings of the Bradford County after shooting several, Mr. most expeditious handling and Inasmuch as the Penney Farm

And Shell, willing to take and stores selling milk without a I emergencies we are in grave dan- Convention. Prevatt noticed the dogs pointing transportation practicable, and team has been followed by a los

('i open gloved slaps and chops, license will be turned over to the ger of forgetting what we may call again. He reloaded his gun and also entitle it to special deliveryat ing jinx all season, they are pointIng -
|r failed Green, for "remote the results of ; kicked the bushes, the office of address. '
to send home powerful county attorney, Floyd I emergency Americans consumed more than expecting a to this game with a determination I P
|t and left hand smashes to the prosecution. I which we have fought and labored 5,200,00 tons of sugar In 1932..MIl' quail to rise, but Instead he founda Printed greeting cards mailed to mop up with Lawtey or t
section. for for so many years. coiled rattlesnake. The hunter under cover of unsealed envelopesare ,
bust. Sine the
member of both e'
[though there were no knock- BRADFORD LODGE F. & A. M. I "Today in Florida there Is more dropped his gun without taking chargeable with postage at
meet in
.AT.IfIlI' companies Starke at the
and despite the fact thatt ELECTS OFFICERS FOR YEAR .Interest In our/health status thanIn .JIll' sight and shot the snake' head off the third-class rate of 1V4 for each movies several a

*, In this observer's opinion any previous year, and I am sure BUYCHRISTMAS and Us body almost in half. card, regardless of whether addressed bets have been nights made weekly, t'

[ easily, it was a great battle At the regular meeting Monday that If you have not already con- .SEALS Mr. Prevatt has owned this for delivery through poet outcome many of the both on sides the rn s''
the fans apparently thought evening at the Masonic Hall, Brad- I tributed to the Christmas Seal fund stock of dogs for almost seventeen office boxes or general delivery or being confident of victory.

00, judging from the cheering ford Lodge No. 33, Free and Ac- which finances the tuberculosis : year and !this 1 is the eleventh rattlesnake by city or rural carrier; the one-

fa marked almost every round. cepted Masons elected officers for prevention program in Florida, you r that ba been killed aheadof third drop letter rate does not apply The game should prove InterestIng -

e slim crowd was strongly the new year as follows: will not fail to send In your dollar." '.:f?4 ;_ them while they were pointing. to such cards unsealed en- to all the sports lovers in
|Beck. And Shell didn't make William Dobrow, W. M.; L. D. oTAGSSEUUNGSLOWLY velopes. This class of mall will Starke and vicinity, and a good attendance -

If r any more popular with the Vining, S. W.: Joseph Slstrunk. J. C WALL, SUCCEEDS WILSON not be handled nor tied out with will be appreciated by A

f by heeling his opponent in the W.; J. M. Mitchell. treasurer; Nat I A. J. Griffls, superintendent of II, C. Walt was this week ap- first class Tnall. both teams.Berries .

1 round either. Sternberg, secretary; C. H. Nas- public Instruction In Bradford pointed chairman of the Bradford Printed Christmas and other .

clc frequently worked himself worthy, S. D.; T. T. Long. J. D.; I County, was the first automobileowner County Emergency Relief Council greeting cards In unsealed envelopes Being Shipped "

[ a position where be couldn't A. S. Crews, S. S.; P. M Barefoot to purchase a 1934 license dar to succeed Joseph E. Wilson, re may bear a simple written inscription From Plant
Dd himself and when Shell asad J. S.; A. J. Thomas, marshal; A. E. I plate Tax; Collector C. A. Knight signed. Mr. Wall will also be local not In the nature of personal City Farms

I a right to do availed himof Dunham, chaplain j J. A. Morgan, reported this week. W. L. Beacom ; { administrator of the Civil Work correspondence together with t
[ this advantage, the onlook- tyler. I principal of the Lawtey school was program. Mrs Wilson will continue the name and address of the sender The strawberry season In Plant

Promptly set up a fearful .---- I second. The movement of tags baa : to serve as manager of the Na- and of the addressee, without subjecting City was opened o Tuesday of last

r, SCOUTS TO REORGANIZEThe I been slow since they went on sale 1 tional Re-employment Service here. them to more than third- week with the shipment of two {
Bradford County Boy Scout I Monday morning Mr. Knight said. class rate. pony refrigerators of fruit from > +

IMMOTH LEMONS SHOWN troop will be reorganized Friday .. DANCE CLUB FORMED The department also wishes to there. Nine pony refrigerators

|1q Sally 'Tyson returned re- night January'' 5, at the armory : CONTACT MAN NAMED The Wellka Dance! Club was organized discourage the use of small or odd carrying a total of 774 pints were

Y from a trip to' Eustis andt It was announced this week. I F. B. Johns this :week received I this week. Members planto sized or odd shaped greeting cards shipped last Friday night. ,

with' her-'two 'mammoth Charles Imbach will be the new appointment a* contact man to as- sponsor dances every two weeks. and envelope, which practice ls so The tint: shipped to! date i Is said

given to1 her by 'a friend. scoutmaster. R. W. Card, last sLit residents of ,this,.county In costly to the postal service. It is to have:,been of ,unusually ,good

f lit the lemons,''which Is larger year's scoutmaster, will work with their efforts to obtain all type of More Week Two' men entered the home of I suggested that in no case should quality for early season .fruit.

the Average grapefruit,weighs the troop until his departure from government loans. Mr. Johns will 11 Christina Mrs. Eva E. Smith of Ann Arbor, cards and envelopes be mailer Continued cold weather Is ex-

Poaeds The lemons ere of I Starke, A series ef faster-troop make his headquarters fax the office to HIC& 'GIKSOKKftt! the bathtub : than 2"1t'McBes, to' Tfclt6'rneWKatlarger 'p-ectea to 1&13 sfitpmenta i at it low- lei s

Ponderosa variety. athletic game la being planned. of Congressman R. A. Greexu. B.w.y-MAu. BAU.T, and walked off with It. i being preferable. level for several weeks yet. ..y,

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The 100th birthday of Dr. Sea- man falllnK from
withA an
W I man A. Knapp, founder of county a parachute
; RISING HAMPTON r THERESSA HIGHLAND NEW' RIVER and homedemonstratlon work In never attains a velocity pack attach,,

I United States will be celebrated than great
the 118 miles
__.. .. HIM KM: !. pap.. Car. an hour ana
NI C. do
i ,t Mra. H. M. MeHee, c... flan Ate I HIM RfceJaj Zefcler. C.r.Theressa M. B.! Crews, Cor. December 16, 1933. not lose consciousness, accordli<
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+lr School Honor Roll Mrs. Joe Moreland and children (rr... ,--.
of this Hampton Club Puts Oa Show -
number of people Mr. of the
X' Quite a and Mrs. M. L. Crews Mott of Jackson-
Month Honor Roll at and Miss Melba
\ The last of the Theressa
State Farm visited Mrs. Crews'parenla
'cot-v Public School contains ville spent the Thanksgiving holi-
Voman's Home Demonstration
_ Mr. and Mrs. B. Wilkinson -
with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. An-
the' following: days
Club was held at the club room at here afternoon.
_ Sunday
4 day.Fred made a business First, Grade (B)-Marion Claire the :X'hool: house on Thanksgiving drews.
: Haislop Johns, Frances Colley Barbara Miss Raulerson of
to Jacksonville Thursday. evening when a bountiful supper Ruby Lawtey Guy Andrews spent the holidaysat
trip and Freedlo Horne, Emory Brown. Raymond was served. This was followed bya attended church here Sunday and home with his parents, Mr. and
Freeman Crosby drama in three acts, entitled was a dinner guest of Miss Phillls Mrs. G. W. Andrews.
Clark of Heilbronn were Grade (A-Lena) Mae Wanted! : A House Keeper" which Cannon.F. I

,i In this section Tuesday. Brown Thomas Wadsworth. was written by Mrs. S. H. Dodd. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wynn and

;+ Mrs. Ivey Kelly and daughter Second Grade-Evelyn HalL IJst of characters: N. Crews spent Sunday at family have removed to Fargo, Ga.,
Novelty Braces and
RaIford with M. L. Crews and fame Colorful
,t Nita, were shopping In Jacksonville Third Grade-Alma HInson, Hazel Donald Loring, a young Florida where they will make their home.

..:i'' \ Friday.C. ) Rhames, Shirley Colley Loca farmer, a recent graduate of University ily. We miss them very much In our I Silk Hose GartersSOcUp Silk Ties

C. C. Crosby and B. M. McRae of Hazen,Walden Wadsworth, Charles of Florida-Freddie, Dodd. M. Carter and E. Prescott were community but we all hope they 25c to 50c
section Parker, H. C. Green, Jr. enjoy their new home. 25c to $1.00
Pine Level were in this Adelaide'Loring, sister of Don- visitors to Lake Butler Saturday.Mrs. .
Fourth Grade- Leon Moorer,
t4 :; Thursday. ald, teacher at F. S. C. W.-Mrs. attended the
a crowd
; Mrs. Agnes Lcslte Prnglle, Margaret Green, H. C. Wimberly. Miss Ethel Quite a large
r Our teachers
; Cleveland Sullivan. home Mr.
at the
Ricks and cane grinding
Grtffla visited
I' Miss Ruth Williams, Claudia Bell Brown.
'" and
t '? Knowles Charlotte Caroline Hoy, a graduate Starke and Mrs R. J. Turner Thursday
d visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Fifth Grade L. A. Johns, Jr., Friday.
were afternoon. Othma Sullivan, Beatrice Alford, In Home Economics at F. S. C. night. His GiftJ. 1
n Connor Miss Oleeta Green
i W.-Ethel Packham. spent the
McRae Doris Brown, Beatrice Hersey, ]
1' Misses Audrey and Vesta week-end in Starke with her Miss Georgia Kelly of Ralford
< and Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman Mary Lee Johnson, Florence"Kelsey Mary Downey and Maud Richardson ents, Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Green.par- spent the week-end with her sister,
7 and children and Vanice Keene of Bertha Loper, Jeanette Par- students of F. S. C. W.-Dol- Mrs. Jay Moody. M. Alvarez

Gum Branch were visiting Mr. and ker, Marie Taylor. lie Kelsey and Hazel Phillips. Rev. E. Godwin of Maxvllle held

r i'4' Mrs. Fred Connors at Lawtey Sun- Sixth Grade-Marlon Hall, Geraldine Callie Hoyt an applicant for the services at the Highland Baptist Clyde Loadholtz of Jacksonville Has ItNatty '

i Hall, Claudia Hazen, Doris housekeeper job--Ethel Packham. Church Sunday evening. (spent the holidays with relatives

{1 k"'h" day.Mrs.. T. N. Norman of Gum I Hinson, Willie Maud Loper. Samson Cornelius Vanderbilt and friends here. of the PullOt'erPajamas
visiting her parents, Sixth Grade-Margie Hall, Ger- Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Green and Anyone
"c.. ; Branch was White, colored servant of Donald
children Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johns
Grade Lillian Tucker, and Miss Beth -Wimberly were
fi Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae, Mon- Eighth J.arlng-James Triest i items pictured Sweaters
Marjorie Johns, Patsy Edmondson, ,visited relatives here Sunday. visiting Raiford Sunday evening.
day. Geraldine Johnson. Any one who did not see Samson Mrs. $1.25 to $1.95'round $1.2.j UpUnion
1 '+ .----- Mable Strlngfellow and this ad
+ Cornelius Vanderbilt White misseda
''I v In making out the budget for children and Mr'iW.. A. Bessent of
next year do not forget the county Local, good hearty laugh. State: wore visiting friends here WilY NOT HAVE THE please

d newspaper. The country weekly :Mrs. M. L. Watterson, Mrs. J. W. The women of the' community Monday.Mr. .

fills a distinct; place in American I I Horne, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch, have decided, although we will not and Mrs. E. Prescott and BEST? 9 HIM for Christwould -
have a home demonstration
and Miss agent
+ rural life. Mrs. Blanche Edwards and M. All new, modern equipment.We +
con. Frederick Carson
Cleo Saxon were shopping in Jack this year, to carry on the home mas. Choose it
( NOTIfH TO HKiri'Olls AND!' this week. demonstration work under the Griffis were in Starke Monday. are prepared to serve.
CIIKIHTOIIM: sonvllle Miss Ethel Ricks and Carson M. service Is finer TODAY before
of Our our
name Community Club, and
+ Notice Is hereby. given that all Mrs. H. B. Wiggins Mrs. W L.
r r perHonN. having claim or demandswatnxt Mrs. Minnie Johns, Mrs. J. meeting is to be held Monday evening Griffis were business visitors to price Is lower.
the Kntate of W. T. Weeks. Bugg to Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. prices go up!
claim I In the R. and Miss Mildred Byerlywere re-organize under this
their Colley
di-reaied, to file N. T. BOREE & GIDDENS
Green and Miss M. E.
County This will be
offlre of E. K. Ferryman business Visitors to Starke name. a joint men
5 Judge, In the Court Molina of Brad and woman's club, with the men'scarrying Ricks were In Maxvllle: \ Sunday.Mr. FUNERAL, DIRECTORS REZ
this week. ShirtsSTA AE
tl calemar mnnthsofromttheldate and Mrs. Ellis Padgett and Phone 6-0304 Service. Suits79cto$1.15
of Mrs. J. R. Sullivan was visitingIn division out the work of FLORIDA
of this notice. children and Mr. and Mrs. Steve JACKSONVILLE FLA.Starke. .
first publication
Brooker last Sunday afternoon. county agent. SOc
And those Indebted. to the said estate Up
of I
Padgett Mlddleburg were visit-
are required. to pay the same. Miss Ruth Williams, who Is Fla., Brunch. Near Depot
undersigned admlnlMtralrlees. ing here Sunday. I I ___ _..
1, to the teaching in the Rising school, spent Locale __
Thin the 16tb day of Df>reml >r, 1933
MAUD M. HP.OWNt.rcR. the week-end with her parents, Mr Mr and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and

LEA WEEKS WILSON: ,, and Mrs. J. L. Williams. son, Othma, were visiting the for-\
121114111Admlnl.lratrlc.lI.| |
y mer's daughter, Mrs. Auther Milli- Announcing

1 '''j HOW WOMEN CAN WIN MEN gan section Many, at Starke of are the enjoying young Sunday.' people the of cane our .. .. .

at the homes of
grindings S. R.

AND MEN WIN van.Swindell H. D. May and A. L. Sul- t

Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and _
i The Favor of Other Men daughter, Ruth, of Starke were visIting -

Mrs. Slbley's parents, Mr. and
Unless two pints of bile juice expect them to Bet rid of this polsoa
Mrs. C. A. Youngblood, Sunday aft- A1 A1tlli
flow daily from liver into that destroys your" pertnnal' charm. They I \ '
> your can't do It. for they only: move out the rnoon, R
your bowels, your food decays in tall end of :your bowele and that doetn't --S
w your bowels. This poisons your take away: enough of the decayed poliun. { Ql iliih
lr whole body. Movements get hard Cosmetics won't help at all. '.?
) ,, and constipated. You yellow Only a free. flow of your bile Jules will
get top this decay poison In your bowels. Tlii BROOKER
S tongue, yellow skin, pimples, dull one mild vegetable medicine which .ta,," I
eyes, bad breath, bad taste, gas, a free. flow of :your bile juice I. Carter' '
n Little Liver Fllle. No ealomal (mercury. ) MlM Vere. Gainer, Cer.
+ dizziness, h eadac te, You have become
$ cuter.floe. : mild vegetable }+illl"
an Ugl .
."" ..acta. If you would bring '
: Uiil
I nit, sour-t h n kinqlooking' person. You personal charm to win m.... backt.kyour
fim' 'j Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen of
have lost your personal charm. S rtr's Little Liver Pills according toIrertlonfl .
todaylst at drug stores.Rtifuiie Lake Butler her
were visiting
Everybody wants to run from you. "something Just as good".far I It par- _____' ?, 4t'
But don't take salts, mineral may. gripe, loonn teeth or scald 11 ents. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey, I11I
oils rectum.. Ask for Carter'! Little here Sunday.G. 1
waters, laxative pills, laxative Ll. get
candies chewing I gums and what you ask for. Cl!33. C.M.Co. .?___ B. Colsen was transacting 1
business in Starke Monday.Rev. .s leek ttl, .5
G. E. McGauley held church o a Ilj] 1' a 5'
services at Hampton Sunday. 1 bf
4 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Brannen, and halt ital. ,,,
ta Mrs.> Josephine Stuart of Lake Butler -

were visiting Mrs. J. J. Morgan :

+ here Sunday.We _________ _
+' MELLOWEDA are very glad to report thatP.

I y 4.y A. Crosby, who has been ill at
A Jacksonville hospital, has retun-
:; HUNDRED ed to his home and is slowly 1m- I

I .
T. Crosby of Avon Park spent
the week-end here with his par

ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby.

YEARS Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Futch of

4 Hampton were visiting friends and

f 1 YS g relatives here Sunday. NEW FORD V.S for 193



The New Ford V-B for 1934 is now on display at the showrooms of Ford dealers. Surpassu

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PENNSYLVANIA pine other.choice.... filler) fasv, even the great Ford of 1933 in economy, beauty and comfort, it is truly the car of this mo

f waters N_ posted tobacco.... atut.aaduomafornd

? THE Bradford-Allegany crude oil which Sinclair refines only Us higher;: priced ern age-the culmination of thirty years Ford progress.combines the proved perform

Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil was already ages dgan_tAat'* JOHN

; old when monsters like these came into being in Pennsyl BUSKIN standard of
S the V-8 with tJ
value). of cylinder engine two important new ftatllreSDllaCarhuretiol1
and filter
: __ vania. Much of Nature's priceless mellowing I

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Allegany crude was formed in the still-earlier Devonian w old"marked time down brand toSc. perfected Clear-vision Ventilation. See-this car today and drive it at the first opportunityOUTSTANDING

Age that wonderful age in earth's history when oil- .41:, ."JOHN BUSKIN

forming conditions were most perfect. Before making it I*the eecigur giving

LI into Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil, Sinclair de-waxes a e+ k5 'yon full 1933 value IMPROVEMENTS IN THE NEW FORD V. 8

Bradford-Allegany crude and frees it from nonlubricating for your S cent.

''b petroleum jelly at as low as 60 F, below zero. Askto Try a few today

have your oil changed to Sinclair Pennsylvania You will coJoy every BETTER PERFORMANCE Greater power this slot sir la drawn out by the forward motion aU bodies and fender ha grt "tt"Dl f

made 100% from the costliest Pennsylvania grade crude. e puff. new speed quicker acceleration smoother performance of that car. This simple ventilation. system maintains .. icy and more enduring liuter
mils gallon especially at draft free
j:> more) per circulation insure passenger resuJ
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reduce oil consumption, further improve operatby. the newly I designed chromium-platd radiator passenger in the driving/ ....J

lag economy and reduce maincenamHEW" shell and grille, new hood louvre, new hub cap Adding to comfort i*the new

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My column was omitted last Week Of December 18 to 22, 10S3 "
otod to the Best Interest of o N TEMPERANCE CHAPEL PROGRAM week by mlstakeor; so the editor Exemptions-Average of 90 percent PRACTICED HEREThree PUPILS ATTENDStudents
said. They are it In this
putting for four months
BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL or more exempts -
jitudento, Patrons and Alumnae. Second Of Series Of Lecturers Comedy, "Sauce for the Coalings," week to keep my feelings from be- Seniors ArehNld of The See Performance Friday
ing hurt. did not miss it
j SSS SZSSS S SSSE5 ZZ S Delivered By Secretary. Of Was Well Prevented! By -but then Hope I know you did. Monday, Dec. 18-Regular schedule Game" By Graduating Afternoon And Evening At
Aotttalnance you review announcements.
; ;
EDITORIAL League Seniors Christmas Town ParkB.II.S.
STAFF Lois Adkins explains her newly Tuesday, Dec. 19- -

_-___ The faculty and student body of A very entertaining two-act play acquired curls: "It gives me a 8:40: to 10:20: -Algebra I; Civics There will be an additional page ., Dec. 10.-Monday morn-
Ittt Uocaed SappAs Edlto Editor-in-Chief.ln-Chler Bradford High were honored last was presented in chapel Friday, much better chance with Robert." Ia and Ib; Chemistry; Shorthand; added to that somewhat colorful ing, and everyone is talking about

IL roth'Johns___..-..Managing Editor Monday with another of a series of December 8, second period. The (By the way-do you know that Geometry; History, 8; Spoken history of the Bradford County their activities over the week-end. .
fjmler Harley-A..t. Managr. Editor lectures play was entitled, "Sauce for the I Robert and Lois are the newest English; Arithmetic 7a and 7b; High School when graduation of The main topic of discussion la the

I.iLon '_-...- Exchange Editor by H. L. on Walker temperance, this time Goslings." The cast was as follows -,I members of Dan Cupid's Love English lla and English lib. three boys will take place at the circus. "Old you see the man do
,roth, Marwlck-A Ex. Editor the genera! secretaryof : Richard Taylor (the father), Club?). 10:30: to 12:20-Algebra, II; HIs- end of tho first semester. A diploma this and did you see theme ele-

ulll Jackson.___-Literary Editor Mr.ObservanceAbstalnenceLeague. Jimmy Peek; Robert Taylor (the : Lula goes around all the time tory, III; Bookkeeping; English, 3a or degree will be conferredto phants, etc. ?" This was heard all
ulse Snyder, Aait. Literary Editor witn Walker's talk dealt son), S. R. Johns; Elizabeth Taylor singing "Give Me Liberty or Give and 3b; Science, 8; English, 9. these students, but there will be over the campus. We also had t
.tar 8chn H.____Sports Editor tion a the different angle of the ques- (the daughter), Mary Pearce; Mar- Me Love." Wonder who is furnishing 1:00: to 3:00: -Spanish. I; Physics lacking a beautiful backgroundand quite a few imitating the clowns.
Bile BleBS__- .Aset. Sports Editor religious side. garet Taylor (the mother), Lois the Inspiration? ; Science, 1; Latin II; Short. solemnity of a baccalaureatesermon (That wasn't very hard to do

a\t\ Adkins________-Soclety Editor First the speaker took a vote on Long; Martha Lee (the grandmother Now that the football season is hand, II; English, 7a and 7b; In- and graduation exercise. though.)
Qodwin. _______.Joke Editor dustrial
Miry > Sunday School attendance, which ), Marjorie Stump; James over and Martha Brownlee won't Geography. These boys have made both Quite a few were disappointedover
i Anderson Jr.. Anat. Joke .
W. revealed that aU but eighty out of I Ward (the son's friend), Sullivan have more "Handsome" ref. Wednesday, Dec. 20- and mental efforts towardthe
Austin_____________.Reporter any 8:40: to 19:30: .Arithmetic 81 physical not being able to see the pa
Entertainment approximately four hundred and Carter; the maid, Helen Prather. erees to vamp whatcha "speck" she attainment of that goal whichIs rade. Prof. Gray had consented to
Jlirtha. .Brownie*..____?___Reporter fifty in the auditorium were eChol- I In addition to the above play, Is gonna do? and 8b; English 4a and 4b; H. S. the aim and ambition of every letting out school at 12:00: o'clock :

Primary and Elementary ars of Sunday schools. 'there were announcements by Mr. I heard the other day that it was 7a Physiology and 7b. ; Latin, Ii; Geography, high school boy and girl-graduation. so that we could view the parade. ;

Gray In which he complimentedthe against the state law to chew gum, On the physical slJe of their lie even let those who attended he 1
Mr. Walker then discoursed 10:30 to 12:20 IV
: : -History
; ;
graduating football players for or paper In school. How about to- upward trend toward developmentthey fire go! But there was no parade
Calendar Of Events shortly of upon the reason and neces- their good work this year. bacco? Be careful-thIs is Just a Science, 7a and 7b; Biology, II; have added laurels to the until later so the students had to
sity our alluding Sunday SchooLA History I.
The graduating football players friendly warning. to. you dignified to Bradford County High School In the go home for lunch even though
1:00: 3.00: -Spanish, II; HIs-
vote was then taken Seniors. fields of athletics, for all three students had not had much of the ,
I[Dec.) 15-Special Chorus, under on the who played their last tory II Business Arithmetic Eng- they very I'
direction of Mrs. A. E. number of the eighty that would game Friday were; Gratton Dorothy Sapp is grooming herself lish, 8. ; surpassed in football. Mentally fourth, period class. How sad! '

Wall.Dea13Senior. promise to begin attending Sunday Cooper, A. E. Wall, Norman Johns, to take Lois Adkins place with they have gained knowledge
Thursday-Teachers only, grad- I
[[) Assembly ; School regularly. Thirty-five gave Sullivan Carter Joe Shuford, Calmer : Robert Chapman after Lois gradu- cards. that will In later life make them JUNIOR SHOW '
ing fixing report
Spoken English class their promise.The Williams, Frank Inman, andFrow ate. (So that is the reason for paper 9:00 honest, upright and law abiding '
Friday, : a.m.-Elementary
In charge of program. Strickland. those new bangs.) Christmas citizens. The Junior class sponsored the ". i
speaker continued "There )Is Assembly; program.
Weeks best known
I Den Examinations begin. no such Also Mr. Gray asked everyone Teacup ( as 10:00 a.m.-HIgh School Assembly Those students who have com- four star picture, "The Bowery," at :"
thing as temperance In W. T. to ) thinks that Mary
things detrimental to body or aouL to bring any broken, worn out or Lucille Torode you Is a "Honey." Won- ; Christmas program. pleted their ,sixteen compulsory the Rita Theatre, Dec. 6. A large JI
old toys they didn't want, so that 12:00 Noon Dlssmlssed for two credits and who will graduate crowd attended and everybody en- \ '
I Bring some toys for the Commu- The partaking of the least amountof der what Mary thinks about this? I
llty Christmas Tree. things of this nature has harm- they could be fixed up for the Com- Ed Torode is a bashful thing and weeks' holidays until Jan. 8, 1934. Christmas are: Frow Strickland, joyed It very much. ";I l'
and Frank Inman.
munity Christmas Tree, etc. Gratton Cooper realized.
sum was
--o- ful effects and Is therefore im can some of those "Senior Girls"make ,
Lsarn to use your time. Do moderate. The chapel program was con- his face turn red. An inventor has designed an This money goes to promote the .. (l,
ore than you are told to do. cluded with three songs, "When Mary Pierce thinks that Rich- electric room heater and a fan that MISS RAY'S FIRST GRADE Junior and Senior party. !
-o. .. "Here are some of the reasons Our Football Fellows Fall in Line," ard Thede Is the cutest thing whenhe Is equipped with a thermometer: ; 1 IIi{
why I never drank intoxicating "Come Old Bradford" and D el" (Andre'-By) Tommy Ritch, a r ,
on, says "Gggoodood moorrnnlng, switch the current on or off at any On December 7, First Grade
| Start studying for those exams liquors: First I wanted to
get an "Hand Me Down My Silver Trum- MMMMMMMaarry." Well I have desired temperature. class entertained with a programat guest artist. .i
ay education. It has been my observ- f
pet. The following recitation :
always heard that love was blind, elementary assembly.! "Great-drand-Dad. a ,
---o ance that drink and books mix
Then after the Senior yell (for but this is the first time that I seen together so much lately. You Is a copy of our program on by Mack Futch, Harold Tomlinson, It. ;
| Effort-honest, manful, humble very poorly, and it was with this the that occasion Austin Smith Carl Carlton, Thom'I'';
graduating football boys) i ever have beard that it was DEAF. know misery loves company. : ,
[fort succeeds Fact in view that I resolved to to-
Its reflected
by chapel ended. Three of the latest fads in B. H. Sullivan Carter Is not only a America. as Williams, and Norman Carroll.. ,,
Uon, In better tally abstain from using alcoholic
especially youth,
S. are: Bangs, curls, and three football hero but he seems to have Flag Salute. A group of four songs, by D (
ban success.! beverages. from the start, and I resolved to do bells to change classes. The last a way with the women. Why he Bible selection, Prov. 2:1-11: read class with Mrs A. E. Wall, pianist. .;N

-- "Again," the speaker continued. my part by never taking alcohoL was started this week and are we even has three young ladles "head by Miss Olive Ray. "Christmas Thoughts"-By Rob- "..

Be yourself the leader, not the "I resolved to abstain from liquor "Thirdly, my desire for longevity having a time to get use to it? over heels In love with him now." Lord's Prayer in concert. erta Whitfield and Barbara Keen. j ,
lieSet the standard as con- because I desired to be a good ex- prompted me to abstain from liquors Lillian Sternberg and Bunnie Ca. They are Lois Long, Lillian Stern- Song, "Jesus Loves Me. \ : 9
"Christmas Is A
fence dictates. Then you will ample for my fellow men to fol nova recently sighed: "We are berg and Marguerite Prevatt. He Dialog, "After Thanksglvlng.By ."- Comlng"-By \
told instead of being molded.- low. The Influence of a non.par- A vote of loyalty to abstalnesce tired of living." Sounds like they I plays around with a lot of la femi- Merrill Jones and Thomas Wil Shorty Strickland.

f-cher Brown. taker has among his strayed com- was met with unalmous response are disappointed In love to me. i nes but seems to prefer Margue.rite. liams. Piano solo-By Margaret Lowry, 1 1a

-o--' panions commanded my interest by the entire school. Mabble that is the reason they are Piano solo "The Moonlight Rev guest artist. toffl
I It's more fun to give than to re- - Let's seeing all how have much a fine we Christ-can THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR Checking Up. R' _.

.. g.NUMBfA
especially to those who are

Ct4a13TMA4,IsO Ill 00 1H'l NtLT d NUBBY OtAR! ONf!' ISO. DITTO, MORPtIh UNtIE TMRF.E e y'I kfr
Larson Says: NICE TMt3E Bb WHERE TrSlY 0 ()

"My boys deserve plenty of MNA! &THlfV 1
edit for their showing. Anyam / O

does that can bold the other t 'L t
am on their side of the field the FW l
ay they did Lake Butler. The f
(/ k
ore does not indicate the best 0
am. My boys completely out'' 0 M ;

ayed Lake Butler. We mightay 1 fps 0 O 000 b
still more games this season."' Y
0 ab

e What Note 00 I
Plans are being made for more rF

,mes this season. That's fine. It
)es seem a shame to quit just -

hen the boys are keyed up to a

laying point. Hope they play all -'.., ,. : /1
inter. .Perhaps they will get the ..+ A.t vv __ + Sat ., I

ose Bowl game yet. -

ill The: four Tornadoes'losses record and one of six tie MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" Bv L. F. Van ZeJmUuzz : n ,"

gainst such teams as they have : __ __ _

iet Is nothing to laugh at, at least.It / 'GlIALA HEVEO WIN,. t00KET WHOA! r

wouldn't be such a bad Idear EVERYBODY TIIlrf HEARD bMO'.T + / '
> Lake Butler to fix up their MAIN 'TREETH Ba.rbeiShop 1 ., sr DOa\ +N "fi.IER5 MS BOT Z YARDS DAY-QO I II I" i 1 1NNR +
rlcllron a little-more attractive FAIR, MINDED GAPER CUTS Ck3Ai5 FOR SAtSi OF Olt CLOTH Air/ a M y,
oat posts for Instance. / 40MT: THEY ,UMMO 5J HOTEL
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We've four youngsters you'll D rN &.
par from plenty next season: [ BE cAt1EA u' TFU.1IE a"1e

'ooten, halfback; Brown, guard; r.gir'iCE 1u ME 'Tb 'diASHt IGTb 'ri 11J KNEW .
od Pitts, end. Wooten is a 1 ? I

ophomore. The other two _,are 4
mlors. Hope they have goodick. ; 1s
11'1'Tt> TJB. SCANDAL,
We might also mention that our T.., FOIV4 onON MAINiNC .
id friends John Andrews
$rEiT:! dC' \YICNDER -
'ft end Friday. Andrews you re-
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was formerly a Tornado
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Starke, Florida. .JU'S T MOON
December 14. 1933. UI"'T- -
J ear Aunt Sassyfrass: \ [ YOu tere- I

rYe recently been contemplating "
>uYlng some Mae West stock but

don't know If this will be advislljl 1d.tJ

Please answer at once be- A .
*"*e I'm undecided. e

Anxiously yours I

Starke, Florida. z
December 15, 1933.
fear Mr. Johns: \

After spending several thought-
III moments pcnJering on your 'r1&Q

Ufllt1oo; Tve come to the conclu- _
loa that this would be advisable, 1

BUSe her stO'k Is bound to
""M up some time." i

Advisably yours .I _

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t J/y Special Live Community Happenings Items Must ReachTelegraphlVriter. -

Us by Tues. Noon

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y The 100th birthday of Dr. Seaman A man falling from an ,
A. Knapp, founder of countyand with a
rF'i parachute atuZ
r l+ RISING HAMPTON [ THERESSA HIGHLAND NEW RIVER homedemonatratlon work in never attains a velocity pack

I I the United States, will be celebrated than 118 miles greaA
Mr. H. M. II....., Cer. !!lm. Aaa NI__.. Cr. I Mlee Rhoda Kelcler, Car M. E. Crews Cer. Mica Kaale ..... 0.. December_.16, 1933. not lose consciousness-an hour, accord and der,,

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of people of this Hampton School Honor Roll Therema Club\ Puts On Show Mrs. Joe Moreland and childrenand (17= -------'----
Quite a Roll at Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Crews of the Miss Melba Mott of Jacksonville
j section attended the singing: convention Fourth Month Honor The last meeting of the Theressa State Farm visited Mrs. Crews' boll-
the Thanksgiving
,,11, ? at Water Oak Church Sun Hampton following Public: School containsthe Roman's: Home DemonstrationClub parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Wilkinson days spent with Mr. and Mrs. G. W An
was held at the club room at here Sunday afternoon.
Sri r day.Fred Halslop made a business Flr lt! Grade (B-Marlon Claire the :X'hool: house on Thanksgiving drews.

trip to Jacksonville Thursday. Johns, Frances Colley Barbara evening when a bountiful supper Miss Ruby Raulerson of Lawtey Guy Andrews spent the holidaysat

t and Freedle Home. Emory Brown, RaymondHall. was served. This was followed bya attended church here Sunday and home with his parents, Mr. and
Freeman Crosby visitors drama in three acts, entitled, was a dinner guest of Miss Phillts Mrs. O. W. Andrews.
Hellbronn were
Clark of First Grade (A)-LIla Mae "Wanted: A House Keeper," which Cannon.F. 1
.; in this section Tuesday. Brown, Thomas Wadsworth. was written by Mrs. S. H. Dodd. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wynn and
81'i Mrs. Ivey Kelly and daughter, Second Grade-Evelyn Hall. List of characters: N. Crews spent Sunday at family have removed to Fargo, Ga.,
Novelty Braces and
+st Nita, were shopping In Jacksonville Third Grade-Alma Hlnson Hazel Donald Lorlng a Florida Raiford with M. L. Crews and fam where they will make their home. Colorful

_'v J i Friday. Rhames, Shirley Colley, Loca farmer, a recent graduate young of University ily. We miss them very much in our I Silk Hose GartersSOcUp Silk Ties

C. C. Crosoy and B. M. McRae of Hazen,Walden Wadsworth, Charles of Florida-Freddie Dodd. M. Carter and E. Prescott were community but we all hope they 25c to 50c
{ section Parker H. C. Green, Jr. enjoy their new home. 25c to $1.00
t i Pine Level were In this Adelaide'Lorlng, sister of Don visitors to Lake Butler Saturday.Mrs. .
Fourth Grade-Lon Moorer,
Thursday. ald a teacher at F. S. C. W.-Mrs. Quite a large crowd attended the
H. C.
Green Wimberly, Miss Ethel
94 Our teachers, Mrs. Agnes Leslie Prngile, Margaret .
T Cleveland Sullivan. Ricks and Carson Griffis visited in cane grinding at the home Mr.
and Miss Ruth Williams, Claudia Bell Brown.
i Knowles
Johns Jr. Charlotte Caroline Hoy, a graduate Starke Friday. and Mrs. R. J. Turner Thursday
p were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Fifth Grade-L. A. ,
'0 Connor Wednesday afternoon. Othma Sullivan, Beatrice Alford, in Home Economics at F. S. C. night. His Gift
Miss Oleeta Green
_ and Vesta McRae Doris Brown. Beatrice Hersey, W.-Ethel Packham. spent
Misses Audrey week-end in Starke with her Miss Georgia Kelly of Raiford
I i and Mr. and :Mrs. T. N. Norman Mary Lee Johnson Florence Kelsey Mary Downey and Maud Richardson ents, Mr. and Mrs. N. T. par spent the week-end with her sister, 1 J.
Green. M. Alvarez
l r ,. tl and children and Van Ice Keene of Bertha Loper, Jeanette Parker students of F. S. C. W.-Dol. Mrs. Jay Moody. .y,., .
a Gum Branch were visiting Mr. and Marie Taylor. lie Kelsey and Hazel Phillips. Rev. E. Godwin of Maxvllle held I t

Mrs. Fred Connors at Lawtey Sun Sixth Grade-Marlon Hall, Ger- Callie Hoyt, an applicant for the services at the Highland Baptist Clyde Loadholtz of Jacksonville Has ItNatty

aldlne Hall Claudia Hazen, Doris housekeeper job-Ethel Packham. Church Sunday evening.Mr. pent the holidays with relativesand
j' .? day.Mrs.. T. N. Norman of Gum Hlnson, Willie Maud Loper. friends here.
Cornelius Vanderbilt of the
: v Branch was visiting her parents, Sixth Grade-Margie Hall Ger- and Mrs. Nelson Green and Anyone Pull.OverPajamas
Grade Lillian Tucker, White, colored servant of Donald children and Miss Beth Wimberly Mr. and Mrs J. L. Johns were
'1 Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae, Mon- Eighth i items Sweaters
James Trlest. pictured
Marjorie Johns, Patsy Edmondson visited relatives here Sunday. visiting Raiford Sunday evening.
_ II day. Geraldine Johnson. Any one who did not see Samson Mrs. Mable Stringfellow and $135 to $1.95'round this ad $1.23 UpUnion

l In making out the budget for Cornelius Vanderbilt White misseda children and Mrj.' W. A. Bessent of

next year do not forget the county Locals good hearty laugh. Starke: were visiting friends here WHY NOT HAVE TilE would please
j newspaper. The country weekly Mrs. M. L. Watterson, Mrs. J. W. The women of community Monday.
r fills a distinct place In American home Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch, have decided, although we will not BEST? 9 HIM for Christmas. -
Mr. and Mrs. E. Prescott and
? rural life. Mrs. Blanche Edwards and Miss have a home demonstration agent
on. Frederick and Carson M. All new, modern equipment. Choose it
Cleo Saxon were shopping In Jack this year to carry on the home ti
ry i NO'I'IP'ro IH-JIITim AMIIIKIHTOIIM ) demonstration work under the Griffis were in Starke Monday. We are prepared to serve.
sonville this week.
i (' Miss Ethel Ricks and Carson M. service TODAY before
Our Is finer, our
b1;; Notice In. hereby given that (illpeiHonx \ Mrs. H. B. Wiggins, Mrs. W. L. name of Community Club, and a
''Ma f having claim" or demand meeting is to be held Grtffls were business visitors. to price Is lower.
r Mrs. Minnie Johns Mrs. J. Monday evening
.naalnBt the I0mat of W. T. Weeks, Bugg Jacksonville Tuesday. prices go up!
deceased, to file their claims In the R. Colley and Miss Mildred Byerlywere to re-organize under this
Mrs. N. T. Green and Miss M. E.
t office of 1:. K. Prryman, County business visitors to Starke name. This will be a Joint men
i Judge In the Court lloune of Bradford Ricks were In Maxvllle Sunday. FUNERAL DIRECTORS
and woman's club, with the men'sdivision
this week. Shirts'MeALVAREZ
Florida within elllhtI..lendo.r
County Mr. and Mrs. Ellis and Phone B-O304 AmbvlMee Service '
(. month from the date ol Mrs. J. R. Sullivan was visitingin : carrying out the work of Padgett Suits79cloU5
1 the first publication of thl notice., children and 'Mr. and Mrs. Steve JACKSONVILLE FLA.
_ And those Indebted to the ante estate Brooker last Sunday afternoon., the county agent. of visit 50c Up '
Padgett Mlddleburg were
are required to pay the nairxIn Miss Ruth Williams, who Is I Starke, Flaw Branch Near Depot I
the undoriilirned admlnlHtratrlcea, ing here Sunday. I
q Till the 15th day of December 1933, teaching in the Rising school spentthe ; Locals, -- -
MAUI M. TmOWNL.I3K. weekend with her parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and

IJEA WEEKS AdnilnlHtratrli-Bii WILSON. and Mrs. J. L. Williams son. Othma, were visiting the for\
1t-lebt11-| |
mer's daughter, Mrs. Auther Milli- Announcing
gan, at Starke Sunday.

s' 4t HOW WOMEN CAN WIN MEN section Many of are the enjoying young people the of cane our ,

Bindings at the 'homes of S. R.

ir1ii_ AND MEN WIN lIvan.Swindell H. D. May and A. L. Sul- i

) Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and w ... p
t Ati The Favor of Other Men daughter. Ruth, of Starke were visiting t t---

Mrs. Sibley'a parents, Mr. and .
i Unless two pints of bile juice expect. them to let rid of this pollen)
C. A.
flow,,daily from your liver into that deitroy your personal charm. They Youngblood, Sunday aft .1'R\'
can't do for they only move oute.. ernoon,
#' "i your bowels, your food decays in tail end loa your bowele and that darn'i / .
your bowels. This poisons your take away enough of the decayed poUon.
whole body. Movements get hard Cosmetics won't help at all. .
t i. Only a free flow at your bill julo will
and conati ated. You
get yellow top thl. decay. .polaon' In your bowel Tinone BROOKER 1lt
tongue, ye low skin pimples, dull mild veiretablu medicine which itart I '
eyes, bad breath bad taste, gas, a free flow. of your bile juice I I. Carter'.. _
dizziness, headache. You have beLittle Liver Pills. No imtomi'l (mercury. ) Mia Vera Gainer. Cer. .p _
t foul.smell.In Carter'*. Only fine, mild vegetableextraote. _
come an ugly-looking,
If would bring Vaek _
you your I
ing, sour-thinking person. You penmniil charm' to win men, etart taking _
have lost your personal charm. SarUr'e Little Liver Pllle according to Mr; and Mrs. R. W. Brannen of
S Everybody wants to run from Rufue.'Ymuething. loco,. '25tf Jut at drug etore...for It Lake Butler were visiting her par 3.... Il Slil; el
But don't take salts minerai may gripe: looien teeth r-r3d.: .HRA, ents. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Galney
waters, oils, laxative PIlb, laxative her".. A.k for Carter' Little VStr here Sunday.
Liver Pllli by name and Ret 3n&
_ candies chewing gums and what you*<.k for. C19B3. O.M.Co. *I"__ G. B. Colsen was transacting
-.r- business In Starke Monday. l
Rev. G. E. McGauley held church !till

i services at Hampton Sunday.
+ Mr. and Mrs. Steve Brannen, and
Mrs. Josephine Stuart of Lake Butler -
were visiting Mrs. J. J. Morgan

here Sunday N
MELLOWED We are very glad to report that

I i P. A. Crosby, who has been 111 at
A Jacksonville hospital has retun-

A HUNDRED ed to his home and Is slowly improving -

MILLION B. T .Crosby of Avon Park spent
_ the week-end here with his par

ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby.
; YEARS Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Futch of

Hampton were visiting friends and

i relatives here Sunday.

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The New Ford V-8 for 1934 is now on display at showrooms of Ford dealers. Surpass

While monsters muddied Mor than 60%

PENNSYLVANIA choice pine other Havana choice&n-Inv even the great Ford of 1933 in economy beauty and comfort, it is truly the car of this \,no

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IE Bradford-Allegany crude oil which Sinclair refines taste only and In higher aroma': priced fend enl age-the culmination of thirty years Ford progress. It combines the proved performan

+ into Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil was already ages dgare....that'e JOHN

old when monsters like these came into being In Peons,I" RUSKIN standard of the V-B with
of cylinder engine two important new features-Dual Carburetion a
rain.h' .
nm I vania. Much of Nature's priceless mellowing and filtering "

k period had already passed even then-for Bradford- Deo't b. muted by

4 ti Allegany crude was formed In the still-earlier Devonian old"marked time)down brand tot perfected Clear-vision Ventilation. See-this car today and drive it at the first opportuneOUTSTANDING

wonderful In earth's when oil-
Age that age history ? Sc."JOHN RUSKIN

forming conditions were most perfect. Before making it hn ? k I.the..fydgargtriak

1 into Sinclair Pennsylvania 1 Motor Oil, Sinclair de-waxes t 'you full 1933 value IMPROVEMENTS IN THE NEW FORD V.8

Bradford-Allegany crude and frees it from non-lubricaty for your S cent.

y ing petroleum jelly at as low as 60 F. below zero. Askto u Try a few today.

have your oil changed to Sinclair Pennsylvania You will enjoy every BETTER PERFORMANCE. Greater power, thU dot air ta drawn out fcy the forward motion all bodies end fender ha greater wearing<
puff. new speed quicker acceleration smoother performance of the car. Thia imple ventilation
made 100% from the costliest Pennsylvania grade crude. system main. ity and more enduring! luter.
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SINCLAIR I I t.rn.u Redeemable Are buretor and dual intake manifold. New watertilaror can be opened to supply additional air newly designed for.quieter.and Seateu.*"*!. "

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= My column was omitted last Week Of December 18 to 22, lOSS

K,ored to the Boat Interest 01 ON TEMPERANCE CHAPEL PROGRAM ;.week by mistakeor; so the editor Exemptions-Average of 90 percent PRACTICED HERE PUPILS ATTEND (,
said. They are putting It In this for four months
BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL or more exempts -
Ladents, 1'atrons and Alumnae.. Second Of Series Of Lecturers Comedy, "Sauce for the Goslings," week to keep my feelings from be- Three Senior Are "Ahead. of The Student See I'erfonnunre Friday ,
ing hurt did not
Hop you miss it
Delivered By Secretary Of Was Well Presented By Monday Dec. 18-Regular sched- Game" By Graduating Afternoon And Evening At
-but then I know did.
Atmtalnance ule review
EDITORIAL STAFF! League Seniors ; ; Christmas Town Park
I Ilit' Lois Adkins explains her newly Tuesday, Dec. 19- -

sed.Edlto- .ln-Chlef I The faculty and student body of i A very entertaining two-act play acquired curls: "It gives me a 8:40: to 10:20: ( -Algebra I; Civics There will be an additional page B.H.S., Dec. 10.-Monday mornIng -
othy Sapp ..A..t. Editor-ln-Chle Bradford High were honored last was presented in chapel Friday, much better chance with Robert." la and Ib; Chemistry; Shorthand; added to that somewhat colorful and everyone Is talking about
> December 8, second period. The (By the way-do you know that Geometry; History, 8; Spoken history of the Bradford their activities
i R. Johns-___Managing- Editor Monday with another of a series of County I over the week-end. "
umter Harloy_-A> t. Manag-. Editor lectures : play was entitled, "Sauce for the Robert and Lois are the newest English! ; Arithmetic, 7a and 7b; High School when graduation of :The main topic of discussion Is the '
temperance this time
Ie I Long_._.- _..-Exchange Editor by H. L. Walker Goslings." The cast was as follows members of Dan Cupid's Love English lla and English lib. three boys will take place at the ''I circus. "Did you see the man do
.othy MarwlckAs Ex. Editor the secretaryof : Richard Taylor (the father), Club). 10:30: to 12:20-Algebra: II; His- end of the first semester A diploma this and did you see those elephants -

ulee Jackson. _??Literary Editor League. Mr.Observance-Abstalnence. Jimmy Peek; Robert Taylor (the Lula goes around all the time tory, III; Bookkeeping; English, 3a or degree will be conferredto etc.?" This was heard all '
uln Snyder, A..t. Literary. Editor witn different Walker's talk dealt son), S. R. Johns; Elizabeth Taylorthe singing "Give Me Liberty or Give and 3b; Science, 8; English, 9. these students, but there will be over the campus. We also had

uter Schnell_______Sports Editor I a the angle of the question ( daughter), Mary Pearce; Mar Me Love. Wonder who is furnish- 1:00: to 3.00: --Spanish, I; Physics lacking a beautiful backgroundand quite a few imitating the clowns.

rile Biggs---.Asst.. Sport EditorII religious side. garet Taylor (the mother), Lois ing the Inspiration? ; Science, 1; Latin, II; Short- solemnity of a baccalaureatesermon (That wasn't very hard to do

Adkln-..._..__Society. Editoronry First the speaker took a vote on Long; Martha Lee (the grand Now that the football season is hand, II; English, 7a and 7b; In- and graduation exercise. though.) '
| Godwin. ______..Joke EditorW. dustrial
.Anderson Jr., Aaat. Joke Editor Sunday School attendance, which mother), Marjorie Stump; James over and Martha Brownlee won't Geography These boys have made both Quite a few were disappointed 4
l __ revealed that all but eighty out of Ward (the son's friend), Sullivan have any more "Handsome" ref- Wednesday Dec. 20- physical and mental efforts toward not able
'rtor Austin __ _________Report* 8:40: to 19:30: Arithmetic. Rand !\ over being to see the pa-
Entertainment approximately four hundred and Carter; the maid, Helen Prather.In erees to vamp whatcha "speck" she the attainment of that goal which rade. Prof. Gray had consented to

.rtba'Brownlee_.._______Reporter fifty in the auditorium were schol- addition to the above play, is gonna do? 8b ; English, 4a and 4b; H. S. is the aim and ambition of every letting out school at 12:00: o'clock :'
Primary and Elementary ars of Sunday schools there I heard the other day that it Physiology; Latin, I; Geography, \
were announcements by Mr. was 7a and 7b. high school boy and girl-gradua so that we could view the parade. .
Mr. Walker then Gray, in which he complimentedthe against the state law to chew gum, tion. On the physical side of their He even let those who attended he '
discoursed 10:30 to 12:20 IV
: : -History; ;
graduating football players for or paper In school. How about to- upward trend toward development fire But there was no parade
shortly upon the reason and neces- Science, 7a and 7b Biology II go
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[Calendar Of Events their work bacco? Be careful-this is just a
sity of our attndlng Sunday SchooLA good this year. History, I. they have added laurels to the until later so the students had to ,
friendly warning to you dignified Bradford County High School In the :
The graduating football players 1:00: to 3:00: ( -Spanish, II; His- go home for lunch even though
j Dee. 15-Special Chorus under vote was then taken on the who played their last Seniors. tory, II; Business. Arithmetic; English fields of athletics, for all three students they had not had very much of the '
direction of Mrs. A. E. number of the eighty that would game Friday were; Gratton Dorothy Sapp is grooming herself 8. surpassed In football. Men- fourth period class. How sad!

Wall.Bec.15Senior. promise to begin attending Sunday Cooper, A. E. Wall, Norman Johns, to take Lois Adkins place with tally, they have gained knowledgethat
Thursday-Teachers only, grad-
Assembly; School regularly. Thirty-five gave Sullivan Carter, Joe Shuford, Pal- Robert Chapman after Lois gradu- ing paper, fixing report cards. will In later life make them JUNIOR SHOW It i

Spoken English class their promise.The mer Williams, Frank Inman, and ates. (So that is the reason for Friday, 9:00 a.m. -Elementary honest, upright and law abiding "

In charge 0'progl'1l.m.. Frow Strickland. those new bangs.) citizen. The Junior class the ,
Christmas sponsored
speaker continued Assembly; program.
: "There is Weeks
Teacup (best known as
|Deo. Examinations begin. no such thing as temperance in Also :Mr. Gray asked everyone W. T. to you) thinks that Mary 10:00: a.m.-High School Assem- Those students who have com- four star picture, "The Bowery," at .I

things detrimental to body or souL to bring any broken worn out, or Lucille Torode is a "Honey." Won- bly; Christmas program. pleted their sixteen compulsory the Rlti Theatre, Dec. 6. A large "

Bring some toys for the Commu- The partaking of the least amountof old toys they didn't want, so that der what Mary thinks about this? 12:00: Noon-Dissmissed for two credits and who will graduate crowd attended and everybody en- '.J

Uty Christmas Tree. things of this nature has harm they could be fixed up for the Com- Ed Torode Is a bashful thing and weeks' holidays until Jan. 8, 1934. Christmas are: Frow Strickland, joyed It very much. ,

---o- -- ful effects, and is therefore Im- munity Christmas Tree, etc. can some of those "Senior Girls" Gratton Cooper and Frank Inman. A substantial sum was realized. "

| team to use your time. Doore moderate. The chapel program was con- make his face turn red. An inventor has designed an. This money goes to promote the ''t I )'

i than you are told to do. cluded with three songs, "When Mary Pierce thinks that Rich- .electric room heater and a fan thatIs MISS RAY'S FIRST GRADE Junior and Senior party. '. "
,-c- .. "Here are some of the reasons Our Football Fellows Fall in Line." ard Thede is the cutest thing when equipped with a thermometer -

why I never drank intoxicating "Come on, Old Bradford," and he says "Gggoodood moorrnning, 'switch the current on or off at any On December 7, First Grade D el" (Andre'-By) Tommy Ritch, a X41 ,
Start studying for those exams liquors: First I wanted to
get an "Hand Me Down Silver Trum- artist."GreatGrandDad. .:
day! education. It has been observ- My MMMMMMMaarry." Well, I have desired temperature. class entertained with a programat guest .
pet. always heard that love was blind, elementary assembly. The fol- ," a recitation I "
--o-- ance that drink and books mix '
Then after the Senior yell (for but this is the first time that I seen together BO much lately. You lowing Is a copy of our program on by Mack Futch, Harold Tomlinson, "',
Effort honest manful humble very poorly, and it was with this
fact the graduating football boys) ,ever have beard that it was DEAF. know misery loves company. I II that occasion: Austin Smith, Carl Carlton, Thomas i r
in view that I
succeeds resolved to totally -
Its reflected
by ,
port chapel ended. Three of the latest fads In B. H. I Sullivan Carter Is not only a''. America. Williams, and Norman Carroll. I't
Uon, especially in youth, better : abstain from using,alcoholic I
S. are: Bangs, curls, and three football hero but he seems to have Flag Salute. A group of four songs, by D ,
beverages. p
an i success. from the start and I resolved to do ,
bells to change classes. The last a way with the women. Why he Bible selection Provo 2:1-11, read class with Mrs. A. E. Wall pianist. Ii.
--- "Again the speaker continued. my part by never taking alcohol. was started this week and are we even has three young ladies "head by Miss Olive Ray. "Christmas Rob- .

| Be yourself the leader, not the 'I resolved to abstain from liquor "Thirdly, my desire for longevity having a time to get use to it? over heels !In love with him now" Lord's Prayer In concert. 1'houghtny .
erta Whitfield and Barbara Keen.
tiler. Set the standard as con- because I desired to be a good ex- prompted me to abstain from liquors Lillian Sternberg and Bunnie Ca- ,They are Lois Long, Lillian Stern- Song "Jesus Loves Me." j
fence dictates. Then you will ample for my fellow men to fol- ." nova recently sighed: "We are berg and Marguerite Prevatt. He Dialog, "After Thanksgiving "Christmas Is A Coming"-By' ) ,

old Instead of being molded low. The influence of a non-par- A vote of loyalty to abstalnesce tired of living Sounds like they I plays around with a lot of la femi- By Merrill Jones and Thomas Wil- Shorty Strickland. j', 'I' .
rcher Brown. taker has among his strayed companions was met with unaimous response are disappointed in love to me. ues but seems to prefer Marguerite. -i liams. Piano solo--By Margaret Lowry, ,,

----0- [ commanded my interest by the entire school. Mabble that Is the reason they are Piano solo, "The Moonlight Rev- a guest artist.Bradford \
I It's more fun to give than to re-

jive. Let's all have a fine Chrlat- :JrLW;
by seeing: how much we can _THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR Checking !Up ; :

especially to those: who are -
NaIETMAb 'so ILl DO TH' NLXTtfl4T HUBBY DEAR1 I IA IGO pNE' 1St DITTO, ( oyr NUMBf1i TIRLE ; 'I yl i kr
TNINLi 'u. 11ND OUT 0. N : :::, WILL NAVE TO ij p

Larson Says: NIDC THESE .jflb WHERE THEY / I
"My boys deserve plenty of CAN FIND THEM e .. ee t '

edit for their showing. Anyam lA9aY. '

does that can hold the other fl-Q O 1 I
am on their side of the field the Lb NY JII

ay they did Lake Butler. The wife '\ eUr ._ : j,

ore does not indicate the best 4e. GD tjr,JOr 1 n

am. My boys completely out- 0 ...+ -- D i
ayed Lake Butler. We mightay 1 r J
still more games this season.'" F' r
O "aQ iI'

e' What Not 00 I

Plans are being made for more OQ0

ames this season. That's fine. It /, I
lies) seem a shame to quit Just ei1tG

hen the boys are keyed up to a
laying point. Hope they play all r.

inter. .Perhaps they will get the G Snt-

use Bowl game yet.

ins The: four Tornadoes'losses-record and one of six tie THE: MAIN\ THING ON MAIN STREET" Rv L. F. Van ZeLm- ir.I .

guest such teams have
as they
et is nothing to laugh at, at least. / -- '_ Y ,
iluity Huzz /// TELL ruer"Pe CAUUM' LOOUE.TCOYHE MAeH St 'fUHOA/ S j

It wouldn't be such a bad Idear MOOT CVECYBODYTHEBS TV4EY HEARD

Lake Butler to fix up their MAIN 'STCEeT'<5 Barber Shop / I DOWN rte BOT $ YARDS DAY-'PO I
,)EST 130T
ridlron a little-more attractive FAIR MINDED PAPER MAIN CUTS .* CK3APS POT* SALn OF OB. CLOTH Ate' a "- W i5TrlEt
7 40Mt: OIL FDN
Jal posts, for Instance. $UMMOM f HOTEL (
OIL PROBE SCARES i j D'YA %'PO ie I ( HIM TO COME #, a +)i' rDON'f
We've r
youngsters you'llfrom DCWN & TELL.NQMAT .
par next BE CALIED HE n i
plenty season: DACE tk@
'ooten, halfback Brown / 1b d/AgMIN6TON
; guard; E t r rw
od< Pitts, end. Wooten Is a 7b TESTIFY ? l y, .. "'tIi ,'-"
ophomore. The other two are :
5lMC6 SO MANX FEOP16'HAV& i -.a. =
miora. Hope they have good I / -- a rWrI'l

Itf""O Tar Oil 3CANDAU,
We might also mention that our THE FOW4 ON MAIMr'Eer
Id friends John Andrews, played
'ft :! A:;! IoYION:>!:ReiC -
end Friday. Andrews, you re- _
iJ -: rE
:' If EE -
ember, wu formerly a Tornado /
ne luminary. c..,:...W ....i>.T.

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AUNT r' :)UnVda"Atw" "t--

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c'r'y auras. TO nr pLAerWg worm& IT-CAUSE- TMC

Starke, Florida. JITLIrT .. MOON
December U, 1933.r -
Aunt Sassyfrass: \ [Me YOu $0111'- I

I've recently been contemplating 1

IJJ1ng some Mae West stock but

don't know if this will be advla-

ble. Please answer at once be- n
'''lU8e rm undecided. 0

Anxiously yours


Starke, Florida.

December IS, 1933.
ear Mr. Johns: a

, After spending several thought- I ta

III moments postering:: on your

nation; rye come to the conclu-
Ion 1 that this would be advisable, N y

_ 'Use her stork la bound to )

more up some timeAdvisably ." a

yours.AUNT .
OtM M\ )
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l Baptist Circle'Meetings Woman's Club of the sectional meetlngTWegoLittle --

,1, : Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and Mrs Epidemic 01' t,100 Strikes In U. S, Holds December :MeetingThe ( ) Mother!of 1Itn e.(d

. Lloyd GreeD were hostesses to the pecember business an<]Asocial La City on December 5v ,

I members of Circle No. 1 of the =Costs Country $30,000,000SEVENTY meeting: of the Woman's-Club' ;Tie club voted to
-- cooper
,) Baptist Woman's Missionary' Society -
,1 with the
I of Starke met at the usual time on P.-T. A. in eiectin
Monday afternoon at the
; I ... ;1'" ...... home of the former on Cherry strike reported during a* a result of the wait of seven Wednesday afternoon. The"resl- to office> who ww Interes d

Street, where quantities of Christmas the month 6f October brine the million working day*. The direct dent, Mrs. W;' EX' Mlddleton, pre- the schooL .
Woman's Club Mrs. Angie Sternberg I greens tastefully arranged in U. 8. total for the rear up to 1,620. cost to the employers is approximately : sided. Mrs. E. K. Perryman,

Y Program Calendar Honored With Party table and floor baskets and in wall InTOlTlag approximately 688,000 six and a half million, and After the transatclon of the regular of civic, made a short chair
worker Of these 1,630 strikes almost there I is further inestimable loss in addrwi
JANUARYLegislationMrs. The following clipping taken vases, sprinkled with icicles, were business a letter of appreciation Civic
! i ? N. D. WainwrlRbt. from last Friday's Issue of the used effectively for decorating the 1,100 bar occurred in the last the. product that would have been from Miss Keown for the Improvement. She annou
Times-Union will be of interest to lower floor of this home. The four montiu. more that the annual manufactured In the work-hours club's Interest in home demonstration ed a general clean-up campaign

Winter Picnic.Beethoven Starke friends: Christmas tree, on which waa total for anj of the previous seven wasted in strike The tour months work In the county was read. second week in January.

+ and His Composit one. Mrs. R. H. Barbour and Mrs. B. placed a gift for each member, was years.This four months epidemic of toll of the strike epidemic is conservatively Nature study In the schools was Pupils of the Cary Ford Stu,
Hostesses: Mrs. T. J. Griffin S. Merritt entertained Wednesday also prettily decorated with orna- estimated at $30,000,000. urged by state conservation chair- Jacksonville, presented an Inter*
R "Mr M. E. Edwards, Mrs. N. T. ments, lights, etc., and Mrs. Barefoot strikes ha infant a wage loss esti ing program of dances
4 evening with a party honoring the mated at, 24OOiJOO) by the Na neglecting the lost value of unpro- am,
acted the role of Santa ClausIn man.The
Ritch, Mrs. G. P. Raymond, Mrs. them an adagio, a ballet
Mrs. Merrltt'a
; I former's mother and tional Association of Manufacturer duced good club voted to donate as and c
f i John Uglow. grandmother, Mrs. Angie Stern- presenting these gifts. much as five dollars towards the eral! tap dances.

t 1 1dr FEBRUARY berg who celebrated her eighty- The meeting opened with the community Christmas tree. The following musical progr
fourth birthday at that time. song, "Silent Night," and the leader was enjoyed:
Education-Mrs. H. H. Young, I Mrs. E. L. Biggs, chairman of
Mrs. E. C. Priest, had charge of
The affair was held in the homeof ,
:Miss Isabel Fernandez. which the sale of Christmas seals, called "Slave Bong" (Theresa 1
the devotional meeting
Mrs. Barbour, 43 49 St. Johns
Mendelssohn and His cum osltlons. I the Lord's the attention of the members to (Burleigh)-Mrs. W. B. Granger
with all
Avenue, with some thirty guests; closed repeating
The guests included a Prayer. the need of the funds raised by the "Romance" (Gruntleld] ).-1Ir.
Hostesses: Mrs. H. V. Knight( present. sale of these seals. V. Knight.
number of friends of Mrs. Stern-
After the regular business was
Jf :Mrs. D. E. Knight, and Miss Lucille The president appointed Miss Hostesses for the
from Starke. afternoon ,.
; berg attended to, a short Christmas program w
Mitchell. Mrs. Sternberg was born In Buffalo was rendered as follows durIng Luclle Mitchell as librarian, to be Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs W E n!

',' MARCH N. Y., In 1849 and moved to the social period: assisted by Mrs. A. W. Anderson. dleton, Mrs. C. F. Hoover and\i!

9 Annual Meeting Florida forty-five years ago, mak- Reading "My Christmas Stock- Mrs. L. A. Davjs gave a report L. S. Hutto.REALLY.

( Irish Skit; Group of Irish songs. ing her home in Starke the greater ing"-By Ida Lula Davis.. -
part of that time. -..
P+' APRILBeauitlclltlonMrs. Among the guests were Mrs. Song, "Luther's Cradle Hymn"

t E. L. Biggs. Sternberg's nephew and niece Mr Sara Barefoot. FRESHCOFFEE
+ Russia, Its History, Literature and Mrs. Earl W Brown, of Chicago Reading, "Jest 'Fore Christmas"
//L and Music-Mrs. 0 H. Lowry who are spending the winter -Juanita Barefoot. (11

? r' Hosesses: Mrs. H. B. McLendon, with her.Presbyterian. Piano Solo, "Christmas Carols" Strikes Increase In U. 8., with Great Loa In Wage to Worker Photo (
:Mrs. G. M. Inman, Mrs. H. C. Wall -By Mis. Lloyd Green. Snows picketing Scene In One of the 1,630 Strike Which Have

i, i and Mrs. J. W. Morgan. Ladies Meet Reading "My Dad rind Mother"By Disturbed Industry This Year I O'CLOCK RED CIRCLE BOKVK

''f. ,- Marjorie Davis.In \
!a,, + MAY The Ladles Auxiliary of the P.-T. A. WilJ Meet Fri est-Meraereau I LB. LB. LB.
the Christmas word contest,
Health-Mrs Carl Knight. : Presbyterian Church was enter- AfternoonThe Ho
u Four-H Club Program; Radio, tained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Mrs. W. J. Epperson was presentedthe Wednesday Mr and Mrs. T. A. Mersereauare isvArllt -
Artists. ", i John Uglow at her home. prize for having the high num Parent-Teacher Associationwill announcing the marriage of ECONOMY 19c 21c 25cGRAPEFRUIT

: JUNE ';'j The devotional was led by Mrs. ber. Mrs. H. E. Priest, a recent meet Wednesday afternoon, their daughter, Mae, to Herbert E. WHERE RULES

Installation of Officers. :', I C. R, Clarke and followed with, a bride, was also presented a gift.A December 20, at 3:00: o'clock, in the Priest on Sunday May 14, Bron-

Club Birthday Party. prayer by Mrs. Lowry. salad course with saltines and school auditorium.The son, Florida.

t Christmas carols were sung by hot tea and coffee was served by program committee has Mrs. Priest attended Bradford 2 For 5c
W. M. S. Meets Mond4p.| ; /, the members. Mrs. Lowry who at- Mrs. Barefoot and Mrs. Green, assisted been fortunate,' in securing: as a High School and is an ardent worker ,
tended the Presbytery at Winter by Juanlta Barefoot. speaker, Dr. J, M. Farr, dean of in the young people's societies of
The business and program meetIng Haven gave a most interesting report Three new members, Mrs.Charles the school of arts and sciences, of the Baptist Church. Mr. Priest Is
_ y of the Baptist W. M, B* with on the work done by Florida Imbach, Mrs. Sunshine Williams, the: University of Florida. Dr. the only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. GANGES Doz. lOc
1 Circle: No. 3 in charge of tl:1e.'pt'o-: Presbyterians.Mrs. and Mrs. Herbert E. Priest, were Farr will speak on a subject of Priest and with his father has ,
; r,'; i gram for the afternoon, will be R. J. Davis conducted the gladly welcomed Into the circle.] vital interest to parents and chil- charge of the New Deal Service
held at the church MondAftBrnoon :: Bible study and Mrs. J. H. Kinlaw Members present for this meet. dren and the public Is cordially Invited Station. APPLES Lb. 5c
All ladles of
G at 3:00: o'clock. had charge of the Missionary pro- hg were: Mrs. R. A. Thomas, to hear him.: They are residing for the presentat ,
asked to attend.
M the church gram, the topic being, "Persia." Mrs. E. C. Priest Mrs. H. E. Priest,
l .. A short business meeting will the home of the bridegroom'sparents
P -- Mrs. E. M. Davis gave an Interest- Mrs. T. A Mersereau, Mrs. W. H. follow' Dr. Fart's address. j on Call Street. Large Juno CELERY, Stalk lOc
W. M. S. Meeting.The Ing talk on "A New Day in Old Perkins. Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs. W. -

U Woman's Missionary Society Persia." J. Epperson, Mrs. G. A. Anderson, Hard Head LETTUCE, Head 9c
of the Methodist Church will mqet During the social hour Mrs: tfrs. Charles Imbach, Mrs. J. H. V

i I :Monday afternoon, at 3:30.: at.the Uglow served her guests delicious Hundley. Mrs. Sunshine Williams, 1 + Do You Know? + I Fresh, Nice CARROTS, Bunch 72c>
church. Business and devotional home-made cake and coffee. Mrs. G. H. Bennett, Mrs. A. M.

r' meeting. Darby, Mrs. L. A. Reynolds, Mrs Fancy Yellow ONIONS 3 Lbs. lOc
Legion Auxiliary Meets ,
F. B. Johns, Mrs. David Kite, :Mrs.

Germany prohibits Its nbwpapersfrom The regular meeting of the D. L. Silcox, Mrs. O. A., Wiggins, .
}Ir U. S. No. 1 POTATOES 10 Lbs. 19c
analyzing the country's fi- Starke Legion Auxiliary was held Mrs. J. H. Pitta Mrs. H. H. Car. q ,
nances. Red influences have been at the Legion Hall Tuesday after- roll, Mrs R. R. Hutchings, Mrs. S.

wiped out of everything;'German. noon at 3:30: o'clock. A short business F. Hamrick. Mrs. Randolph Boree
fl except the budget. meeting was held at which was a visitor at this meeting.Mrs. IONA BRAND, LUSCIOUS, YELLOW CLING

.. r 1 u_, ,_ I time Interesting plans were dis- H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. PEACHES 2 No. 2 Cans 25c
y } tl .4 cussed In the interest of the chap- Nat Williams were hostesses to a ?s"k x S' A %
',,, I, ter. Circle No. 2 Monday afternoon at
ATLAS During the social hour refresh- the Brownlee residence, where ROSEMARY DELICIOUS PURE
r f
ments were served by the hostesses quantities of seasonal flowers at- 44 ( aI

I for the afternoon. tractively arranged in the living i GRAPE JAM 2 d1.1MSE8. 29t
room where the guests were seated ,
The Standard-Oil k i '
formed a perfect setting for this PURE FRUIT FLAVORED GELATIN DESSERT |
meeting. Mrs. L. G. Powell, leader, : ) 1-p
Tire Guaranteed g
conducted the devotional, after ? SPARKLE 4 "sassr UtOKANDMOTHERS

which the usual routine of busi- ,
One Year
ness was transacted. Mrs. Powell 24-01
14-Oz. 18-Oi
read a chapter from the book the i ii4 Fresh, Plain or Sliced Loaf Loaf Loaf
NNNNN4NN' circle is studying in conclusion.A '-' r

i social hour was enjoyed whena + 1 ,, Mr BREAD 7clOcl2c
delicious fruit salad course with,
Frigidairethe : hot chocolate was served by the

January meeting will be bald 17e
c cl
4 three year guar-- GAMBLE! with Mrs. G. W Alderman and ,
HEMO-FREE, the proviit ointment Mrs. S. L. Peek at the home of the r, ,,
Q'' anted electric ref rig-; gets roulu. It Mothe It hail It former on Walnut Street.
btorfae. It has brought comforting Those present at this meeting S Lbs. 12 Lbs. 24 Lbw
f erator relief to thouumk. It will do the ume for you I besides the hostesses were: Mrs. L. : JL j-i
vt Never before hu HEMO-FREE been sold G. Powell, Mrs. S. L. Peek Mrs. A. l FLOUR 25c 45c S5cr

; for Ins than $1.00 per tube. So take advantage J. Thomas, Mrs. H. B. Alford, Mrs.L. ,
For sale bySmith's today ol the new low price wt;? 4 J
W. Klckliter, Mrs. E. M. Thomas ;, J
r 1tt FULL SIZE TUBECOD. 50c| Mrs. T. M. Hutchings, Mrs. S. ...,..,., CwdrN.rt.ed ...z...,.
Orders ilk
( )
G. Lewis Mrs 'F. F. Flume, Mrs. WHITE HOUSE
one of the biggest and stronQest men the civilized world has
satisfaction with each tube! Annie Richard, Mrs.. J. D. Goodman THAT 17c
Service; -. ._.. .......guarantee..-...---comes--....--.-- I Mrs. A. F. Murrhee, Mrs. W. known was born In Nova Scotia and finally died there about 70 MILK, 3 Tall Cans
I year goT His name was Angus MeAsklll and he was known a* the FANCY
MEMO 4320 Wen LABORATORIES Pico Blvd Loa Anetlei,Calif. M. Edwards, Mrs. H. Williams and Cape Breton Giant. He was 7 feet 3 Incite tall; his girth was 60 Inches
Station Enclowd ia SOc for full? eau double strength Mrs G. W. Alderman. and he weighed 425 pound It wa. his amazing strength that led to his ASPARAGUS, Picnic Can lOc
f tI lube of HEMO-FREE. If not moved I gelmySOcback. death. On a bet he lifted off a pier In New York an anchor that weighed
I James Evans of Leeds, Eng., reports 2200 pound.. He had It over his head and was about to heave It Into SUNNYFIELD QUICK COOKING
M- -,. that every night a mouse 'the water when one of the fluke caught In hi* shoulder causing an OATMEAL, .l'/4-Lb.Pkg. 7c
f Starke, Fla. *-"- comes into his kitchen and sings, Injury that brought about his death a few* later.' Some relics of SUNNYFIELn
this giant are till In existence and Included among them I la one of his
eS'' ,Y _._,_ .... 0 City 8cP- making a violin.a noise like the bass stringof ......., which U. olctured la the above ohotoaraoh. PANCAKE FLOUR, -LbPkg.. 7c

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: )

Hostess Dresses are
potato and yam rival

', r 7J just the thing for Dining pota'oe In popularity at
this season and Uttl wonder for they 5 Lbs. 25cQUEEN
Wand Dancing during the are of excellent quality and low in
,, prlc. Apple also are attractive la

'",.; Yuletide.. quality are eaten and raw price or and cooked how good You they will CRAZY CRYSTALS ____________---__-____---__$1.1\0
want plenty of them. for Hallowe'en. goo MENNEN'S ANTISEPTIC BABY OIL.-__-_____-_ ANNE.MINCE .
s ''All Wool Dresses are now It U po..lble to enjoy a great variety 50o NYAL II. *: II. COUGH SYRUP____________Sfo MEAT, 9-Oz. Pkg. lOc
of green vegetable though aeveral $1.20 SWAMP ROOT ---------------____________
;;going at cost. of them belong to the came family Including $t.\0' AOAROL ___ ---------------___"__________--____.980DR. TOP FANCY
1ne and cheap cabbage cauliflower 350 LYON'S TOOTII POWDER---------__ .290 PUMPKINS No. 2'/2 Cans 25c
'' t' :, COATS broccoli and Brunei iprout 91.00 NYAL COD OIL (One Plnt)_________-___ ,
Spinach I* also cheap and of excellent SOo CONTI CASTILE SHAMPOO: ___________ GOLD MEDAL, Soft as Silk
,- From $8.95 to $39.50 quality.. It Lettuce week I.I .not quite *o plentiful 230 MENNEN'S BOKATED TALCUM POWDER.______19o CAKE FLOUR 2-Lb. Pkg. 33c
U ,
a wa a ago. Celery at
25e KLEENEX __ ___ ____
Its beat and mushroom are attractiveIn w ------ ________ __-.19o
f ALL WOOL SWEATERS quality and price.A tie BAYER ASPIRIN ((100)) ----....-____.___ Octagon Toilet SOAP, 5 Cakes 20c
v ,..00 VINE OF CAIinri _________
floe __ _
white _
Colors and Patterns cereal popular with --------------
In Myriad many people I* being offered at an attractive -. CALIIWELL'S SYRUP OF PEPSIN______________ .. GOLD, DUST, 3 Small Pkgs. 7c
c NOW price tbl* week., !SOo RUBBING ALCOHOL' (On pint)____. ------__18o
r'c CHECK YOUR GIFT LIST Here. are the menus from the BOo HINDS HONEY & ALMOND CREAMBI : -,_________
Quaker Maid Kitchen $1.20 SO DOL ---____ -------..----.....________ IBULK
SOc 660 LIQUID _-_ __ __ ______98a ;
Rollins Run-Stop Hose- Low Cost Dinner -- -- ---?----- --- ----
-- .310 4 dc
Veal Chops Fried Tuna ---------
Beautiful Shopping and Evening Creamed Rutabagas SOo DETOXOL TOOTH> -________---___-- 5' Lbs.
Bread and Butter $1.00 "'''1\'OI.ES\ COD LIVER OIL --?-__.__________ ,
i BagS- Baked Farina Custard 20o PITCHER'S CASTORIA -------------__________
; Tea or Coffee Milk S. a MENNEN'S !SHAVING CREAM __-______-____-- J"29o 24 Lb
Large assortment of Costume Medium 75oSOa SQUIBB MINERAL OIL ---------"_--_________ Gold Medal Kitchen Tested 6-Lb.Bog 12-LD-Bag
Cost Dinner
Jewelry lLadies' Veal Cutlet Creole Mashed Potatoe $..00 HOHLJCK'S MALTED MILK --__HI-------S..o_____---_800 FLOUR 31c 59c $$1.15NIJCOA
Scalloped Eggplant !5o THEUFORD'S
BLACK DRAUGHT ""______ -_1
Handmade. Handkerchiefs Deep. Apple Bread! Pi.and Butter Hard Sauce Sao MCKS SALVE ---------------------______.2OoWE

Coffee llllk OLEO Lb. LOc

Imported14andmade[ Lingerie- 1-Lls. 2-Lb.
Celery or Oyster Cocktail! Cake
Delicious Cake

Christmas' Cards- .Creamed Double:Baked Lamb Cauliflower Potato.Chops FRIDAY and SATURDAYCASH FRUIT-CAKE: 75c $1.19$

Mint Jelly
rite's Shoppe
.Margu Rolls and Butter ONLY IPAN1
Y}, Coffee Milk'raui.



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I FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15 1983 '1III.ADftBJ!: ) CDtj19I''JiliIC: +t1 -'" ..
... .
Priest and GEORGE R..' PRE8COTTAll Hartley of Long-wood and Mr. Et3"' BIRTHS
Mix and-Mra.
children have recently moved here NAT SEfc: .{i1] stores< ,, and. business houses Hargraves of Avon Park. The;'. and Mrs.,: Arlle' Broughton: j
from WlUlatoaC land are occupying: were tlosed Tuesday afternoon during brothers are .S. L, Prescott f.t., J am, girl,, Decemheif e. ;,
Brooker and E, I* Prescott of a *'-. JNewton:: ,
the Johns cottage on South Cherry i fwW.mnd
Well, folks, I know all (
ofConcerning you've the funeral ur as a mark of the 16. -
Baldwin. Those attending bor! Jeot.m&et.
Street. 'Mr Priest has charge: < of ( -9. ;
heard/what the:Governor of North '
J the Prlesf store.' Carolina said to the Governor of respect to Police Chief George fc. funeral from out-ot-townl"JoVea"! *..Ioof.,1f, Mac- }Norman' ?-
Prescott, who died suddenly at his Mrs. Florence Johnson and Mrs Mucked boy, December 10u
South Carolina.: home Monday afternoon at 2:00o'clock. Mary Hartley and S. L. Prescott: ,
cal P. A. farmerof but I want to
l Nev. Crosby, prominent besides numerous other relatives. CLOSING OF MAILS
the Brooker section, was a business tell you It ain'tnothin' Services were held at the Avon Park Times.MARRIAGE -
visitor here Monday. Friendsof I compared funeral parlors of Stephenson and Effective November IS, 19S5
Our People Business and Mr. Crosby will be glad to knowhe with what Blythe with Rev. W. K. McClure Mall
and Rev. A. H, Hancock officiating. LICENSESThe
Is slowly improving from an the Governor cf Train South Closes, p..
Progress of the County and Town. illness of several weeks. Florida said to / following marriage licenses No. 11____________ 8:45: A. M.
Mon have been issued recently by County
a Chicago judge Mr. Prescott passed away Parcel Post.

s Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid of this week. There day afternoon after plowing a firebreak Judge E. K. Ferryman: No)'. .J07_____________ 9:35: A. M. '+, ,
.. was only one 0 to control a grass fire which Lamia T. Jarvis and Beulah
who have been '
Cattlesburg Ky.
Tommy Lane of Gainesville spent Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imbach I thing wrong was menacing his home and farm. Brown.J. 's "!, Letters, Special
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beas and ,
friends. friends In Green with what the Ho had suffered from heart trou- Delivery p'Special
Sunday here with were visiting I ley, left Wednesday for Tampa C. Weaver and< Helen Sweat ,
Cove Springs Thursday evening. Governor said- ble for some time and this, together Han-
I where they will spend the holiday'swith 'with Roy Johnson and Leona Adillson., dling.
he offered to the exertion and excitement
Pete Hendley of Waldo was a Mrs. Klncald's parents Mr Ennis and Margaret 1
afternoon. Miss Thelma Priest Miss Helen : : trade four Chicago Gangsters for was the cause of death. North .
here Friday and Mrs. A. C. Durden.
visitor Mersereau and John Brantley were one Florida boy--if he did he He had been connected with the Hague. No. 12___________- 3:00: P. M. .',.;.
visitors to Gainesville Tuesday afternoon would still be getting: the worst of Avon Park police force for a number H. E. Magann and Georgia Parcel Post and ;r,,
Miss Melba Silcox was a visitorto In last week's Issue of the Telegraph the bargain. He ought to make of years and was a highly re- Green. Letters. '
Gainesville Sunday afternoon.Mr. an error was made in printing that about 20 to 1. spected citizen with a large num- Letters, Special .,'

Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. Eppersonwere the list of new officers of the You tell 'em Dave, we're all with ber of friends. J. E. Hewner, Lodi, Calif., farmer, Delivery and .'1 '.
and Mrs. G. C. Kruse were in Lake Butler last Sunday Starke Chapter Order of Eastern you! George R. Prescott was born in pulled a carrot In his field and Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday Only 4C

visitors to Jacksonville Wednesday. visiting Proto and Mrs. F. G. Star. The new sentinel should Bradford County on Januay 15. found it encircled by a gold< ring, No. 108____________ 5:50: ) P. M. '
Schnell. have been listed as C. A. Futch, Instead 1872. He was married to Martha
T. C. Hazen of Brooker was at- of Mrs. S. A.; Futch. Now about that Xmas Shopping Louventa Bryant on January 14, through which tho vegetable had dling.Special Han- I t

tending to business here Tuesday. George W. Baisden has returnedto Remember? 1008. and she passed away Janu- grown. Nos. 1&2__--_______ 8:00: P. M.
his home in Jacksonville after a The following clipping was! taken DOLLS25c ary 31, 1917. There survive four e Letters and'Pareel
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy visit here with his brother, W. W, from Friday's issue of the Madison sisters and two brothers as well as Among tho relics exhibited at Post.
were visitors to Jacksonville Monday Baisden. Enterprise-Recorder: "Mrs. D. G. 50c $1.00up a number of nieces and nephews In the seml-centenial celebration in

Smith and Miss Rachel Smith entertained to $3.95TOYS Avon Park and elsewhere. The Ruston, La., recently was a pair of I Starke And Boll Branch ,-- r
Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and lit- at luncheon Wednesday surviving sisters are: Mrs. Flor-
a lovely dogwood, plow hames carved byhand No. 101-Mall leaves.. 6:80: ) A. M. { .
returned Johnson
Tracy W. Baker of Lake Genevawas tle daughter, Idell, have their guests being Mrs. H. ence of Waldo, Mrs. Ellen
: '
a business visitor here Thurs- from a visit with relatives in S. Durden and her mother, Mrs. Padgett of Brooker, Mrs. Mary' In 1845. No. 102-Mall arrives.. 1:50: ) P. M.

day. Brooksville.M James Ritch of Starke." lOc 15c 25c .. u __ ._ .,
-- --
---- ---p---- ---- --------
--- -- -- --- --- -
G. Dennis of Fort White is up to $1.00.GIFTS ]
Mrs. C. L. Morrow of Tampa wasa Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and
week-end guest of Mrs. F. A. enjoying a visit here with his son- daughter, Jean, and Mrs. George II.
Scott.T. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Lowry and daughter, Margaret, : !
E. C. Priest. i Grocery
TIp Top
were in Jacksonville Wednesday For The Ladies
E. Duncan of Gainesville wasa evening attending a piano recital
Miss Mona Alderman of Tallahassee UNDERWEAR HOSIERY
business visitor here Friday aft- given by the pupils of Miss MaryV.
the week-end here
eroon. Mathls In which Jean and Mar-
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G fi r
W. Alderman. garet each rendered a solo. "Flut GIFTSFor STARKE FLORIDA
Eldridge Robinson of Apopka tering Leaves" was rendered by ..__, ,
spent the week-end In Starke with Jean, while Margaret favored the The Men
Milton Brownlee, Jr., of the University ;
friends. of Florida was a week-end audience Minuet" by with Grieg. "Grandmother's TIES HANDKERCHIEFS.SHIRTS. Friday and Saturday December 15 16 : {:
and Mrs. ,
Mrs. G. H. Lowry and daughter guest of his parents, Mr. BEDROOM SUPPERS,
Margaret, spent Saturday In Jack- J. M. Brownlee.Mrs. -- HATH ROBES, BELTS, SOX
sonville. Get the Kids New Pair ofPETERS' WHOLE GRAIN BEST RICH COMPOUND : ( ,
H. M. Snyder of Lawtey I wish to take this method of expressing I ,
Mrs. E. C. Priest and Mrs. H. E. spent the week-end here with her my;> thanks and appreciation SHOES rf)11
Priest were visitors to Lake City brother and sister-in-law, Mr, and to my friends who were so IT PAYS Mrs. Pate Gassett. kind and attentive to me duringmy

Thursday.Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Church of Mrs. William Norris is spending flowers recent, fruit illness., etc., sent The me beautiful were S T SCHRISTMASSUGGESTION 5 Pounds _____ _20c 15c 3 Pounds. -- __ 23c 4 4 ,

Keystone Heights were visitors several days in QUincy with her very much appreciated.P. .
here Monday.C. son-in-law and daughter, Mr and M. BAREFOOT. Starlce, Florida G
Mrs. Cecil G. Price.J. o i
S. Kelly and H. B. Crosby of . 0 ,
Brooker were attending to business M. Edwards of the State Road
here Monday.Mrs. Department with headquarters at
Macclenny, spent the weekendhere

L. H, Hill and Miss Enza with his family. y Macaroni or Spaghetti, Pkg. 5c : I
Blanchard of Lawtey were visitors
Mrs. H. A. Bishop Mary Harriet
here Saturday.
and Nina Bishop, Mrs. F. A. Scott
Hutto Is sev- and Mrs. Lois Johns were visitorsIn NAVY BEANS 6 Lbs. 25c Y
eral Mrs.days L. S.In Orangeburg spending, S. C., Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. Aladdin Lamps; Fishing Tackle; I 0 .

with relatives. .. Pocket Knives Butcher and Kitchen -
H. A. Bishop Mary Harriet ; i

:Miss: Christine Kahr and Bernice and Nina Bishop spent Sunday IrTallahassee ; I Northern BEANS 5 Lbs 25c 6 t
Johnson' were visitors to Jacksonville with Mrs. Blshop'saunt. Knives ; Thermos Bottles and Pound 26c . .
Mrs. Marie ,Freeman.
Thursday. .. Jars; Shot Guns and Rifles; Sweat I "

Florida Ralph Cox was of visiting the University friends of in been Mrs.spending A. C. Durden several of Tampa days here has Shirts and Zipper Jackets; Air i I,. Seedless RAISINS, 15-oz., 2 for 15c MATCHES S ; ;

with here son-in-law and< daughter,
Starke Sunday. 4 Boxes 15c
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley. _
Miss Estelle Kendrick will spend I Rifles and Roller Skates; Alarm I II OR
Mrs. Clayton Strickland and two Matchless Corned Beef 2 Cans. 25c ;
the weekend in Gainesville with I 2 PackagesSWEET 15c '
Miss Daisy Chestnut.Mrs. children, Jacqueline and Clayton, I Clocks and Watches; Flashlights;
Jr., have been enjoying a short
visit with relatives In Lake Butler. Crosley Radios. t
G. W. Hazen and Mrs. E. M. -
Hazen of Brooker were visitors CHIPSO O.K. CRISCO Camay ; <
afternoon. Mrs. D. C. Jones and Miss Elise t
here Monday
Jones of Gainesville were here Sat r' 3Lba. '

Miss Ellen Wiggins of Keystone urday afternoon visiting Mrs.loneu' I Bradford Hardware Company 4pkgs. SOAP SOAP.
Heights was visiting friends here parents Mr. and Mrs. A. M. 2Se ''""'d' SSe

Saturday afternoon.J. Darby.Mr. J JI Bars Pound __ l5c 6 Lbs. S Bars
Lewis of and Mrs. C. J. Hillman ot lOc
M. Music and J. W. 25e
the Brooker section were business Ocala, and Mrs. Frud Dodd and Ivory $1.10
baby of Sarasota have been recent
visitors here Friday.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. William
SOAP O.K. "".' I
Norris. .
T. N. Limbaugh of Lakeland was
In Starke Thursday visiting Mr. I Do You: Know? + Creamery SUGAR ,
and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Mrs. James Wall and Miss Jessie 4 M e d. Powder '
Gleason of Lake City were guests Butter
has been last Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. P. S Lb.
Little O. J. Griffis, Jr.. Bars S Pkgs.
confined to his home for several M. Barefoot at their home on Cherry Pound .f,

days on account of Illness. Street. <'" 2Se lOc %-pt.. l4e Pt.. .2Se 24c 25e .

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Crews of Mr. and Mrs. H.:Hartley of ""y 1'$
Indianapolis, Ind., have been en- Jjqq"
here Lake Friday Butler afternoon.were visiting friends Joying a visit here with her mother mT3SR3s .* $?ifmHAT New Syrup, Qt. 50c PURE COFFEE 2 Lb 25e

L. E. Wadsworth, naval. stores Walnut, Mrs.Street.William Norris on South igt rl *; air, e" sfd k M1, Syrup, Gal.. So. . tI'ancalte

operator of Hampton was a business Sr., Mrs. 7roAWeabr KELLOGG CORN FLAKES 3 For .2Se
visitor here Monday. Mrs. N. Wainwright : FLOUR Pk JOc ;
N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Miss Eunice 'YC3Nh'* 'rrCSi ,,. GV ., a t
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Perkins, Miss Edna Strickland and
Jr., of the State Farm were visiting Mrs. E. J. Wainwright spent Satur- -.

frlenda here Saturday.Mr. day In Jacksonville.Miss PICKLES, 24-oz. Jar 13c ,

and Mrs. S. L. Crews of Loiselle Turner of Jack-

Lake Butler were visitors to. sonville has been spending several [ !: :
; i :
Starke Saturday afternoon. days here with her grandparents, DILL PICKLES Qt. Jar 15c toorate
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Johns at their . .

Attending the annual conferenceof home on South Walnut Street. f14 ouaulr -
the Methodist Church In Ocala ; ,
last Sunday were: Judge and Mrs.E Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. E. K. E A ,;, Best White BACON Lb 8c
.K. Ferryman Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Perryman, Mrs. W. E. Middleton . .
Mrs. F. H. Long Mrs. J. H. Bitch, and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins attended tneTrtCounty
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott. Federation of Women'sClubs t rtt
in Lake City last Tuesday.Mr. GemNutOLEOLb.
. . Pound .26c
and Mrs. W. B. Ennis of .
CENT A WORD Tampa who were married on :: .
Thanksgiving Day were In Starke "i t SNOWDRIFT DelMonte Asparagus Tips, No. 2 Can .15c

Monday visiting Mr. EnnU's uncle
COLUMN and aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mor- FLOUR DelMonte Bartlett PEARS, No. 22 Can 20c

HOGS FOR SALE-Or will trade gan.

half corn and half cash. G. K. DRIED APPLES 2 Pkgs. 15c
Smith Bostwick, Fla 10-20-tf John Henry Hemingway, who 6 Lbs.. __ __ _.25c45c -

SATSUMA orange rosebushes has Bladenboro been spending, N. C.several, la enjoying monthsIn a i ip4 12 Lbs.._ .1__. TEENIE WEENIE PEAS, No.2 Can._ lSe

and other nursery stock visit with his parents. Rev. and
from Glen 'Saint Mary Nursery.See Mrs. L. G. Hemingway through 24 Lbs.----- _.85c ALL HOURS COFFEE, Lb. 1geL

Aubrey Frink, 505 Madison St., tile holidays. I

Starke Fla. 1284t1229OR | | ... BAKING POWDER DAKEU'S COCOA, pkg lOc Cab DOG and CAT FOOD
Friends here of the Rev. and i c-.. Nm..d '-AI" .

? range SALE Piactlcally',.ble wood See Mrs. Laurie G. Ray will be interested the Province' of Nova Scotia' ,la the only' province of Canada to' Clabber Girl, 2 for___ J5c OATMEAL, pkg. .5c U
reason to know that they have a JL own Its, own flag and that furthermore this' I. the only' flag In the
Mr .
A. L. Kahr Sr., Starker Fla. ion born on the 9th inst. For the British Empire with the exception of tho R yal' Standard, that may be
Up past two years Mr. Ray has served flown above the Union Jack This' unlqu distinction la, derived by,, Swansdown CAKE FLOUR Pkg. .33c ri
FOR as pastor of the Green Cove reason of the fact that tho flag of Nova Scotia antedates the Union'. ,
SALE Cabbage plants Jock. It data. back to 1025 whan It was presented to Nova Scotia by
Wakefield Sue -sston and Flat I Springs Methodist Church but at I, King' Charles .. The design of the flag ,lo a blue' 8C Andrew's Croeoon '
butch I5o per 100 $1 per 1000. the recent annual conference be a white' around while ,In. tho eontro. lo the double treasured lion of BAKER'S COCONUT, Pkg 5cBJteaah
Onion seta later. A. J. Grlffls. I was sent to serve the church at t Scotland. .The flag I* Down In the picture flying' from a Nova hoUat) Cana _- sc
Starke, Florida. 11-24U Fernnnrllna. ._ hip./-_. J


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r and makes him' careless: and If Florida and seems to bev -;

J m.f=LORIDA' I 44I. fI.I JjT ...; ,.., ___ !.hNN #ft.y erratic some of, that his can flights be excused are somewhat" on the better Florida flavor than and further color down ill NortQ

score of "poetic license. Here state It ripens earlier the
... .... .. -- it is: round orange and thus the Ne
FARMERS SECTION -. .. fruit Is
>); ... ready for
.. ''ft ("i,? .,.'?':t'' .! '(;,11.'i; <;..,;.>: : 'fJiit. ." Mine eye. have Keen the glory of the market In ttta eecU
......;..... .. .,'If ,_ -:. .4. ... .;. coming of the a welcome-three: some time before the bulk of the
mmsTnTIIBTBT ieamnnaY*n ifV :. It sure wag very round orange
I! ii ...; crop down
Conducted by Demonstration Agents -' ;: -. _. ,..., cheers for Marcus Fairs! the state
.. --'i' !'">1. .. .:.....JQ.: ,... ."':' He has loosed the fateful drawstrings la ready for the market. The
..,' r'.Mii<<'. 'I: ',f.TH&L of hla rotund sugar bag, suma orange seems to offer
And handing swag around! North Florida the
: land
W'ISS: owners
g Ii.J The drab old house. on Thompson cash crop. The Satsumas wm a i good
Street has buay stand
many camps.Alld much colder
; waiting for aeslgnmenta' stand weather than the
working; men and tramps: round orange, therefore
And questions they are asked yea less danger of cold doinatl Is
enough to Rive them cramps. than
While they are waitinground.. other varieties of citrUs
COMMON fruit
It is
especially excellent
) :, 1 Too busy now la Alderman to snatch for home
r By SPUD"'Si: /v a hasty meal consumption in addition to being
Sending forth hla armies with Implements a crop that markets

And loudly are of they steel praising up the remunerative prices. The readily at
i Planting
OUTLOOK of Satsuma
generous New Deal.A. oranges has Incre88ed
INFORMATIVE s FLOROASjJc.G they are marching: on. In this section to such

FOR 1934 In the van you see the bossing men. that it is apparent that an one extent
-- who go to point the way- more packing houses or
Ilardenbrook and Cclley and Futch, and pre.coloring
'l' Watchman, what of : etcetera.Right room facilities are needed"and
Even aa the fleetly will It paaa away the undoubtedly will be
r4 and avoid seven-hour day, soon by those provided
l courses At forty cents an hour. most interested In
A, as beat they can, so the production and
.t'' must chart his Then from cypress kneea and lilies the crop. marketing of
down in Alllwator' Creek' ,
G 9 the rough spots aa From the streets and road and I Full information about

his compass, however, ditches atreak.To .they are coming likea I planting of this crop can be obtain.the

_ all available r sign their cards. for sugar with !I ed from the writer.
_u'y' '' present and future busy Cashier Peek- We welcome Inquiries from
: 1 line of farming, the For going round. who wish data about the product

:f11 ,' products which are I The pay checks. are right handy tlon and marketing of
14 likely to be grown, -WOGE f/PTY I For and a dollar pretty In things the pocket to HUD transflg- oranges.

_ aF ble future demand for I urea you and me: E. M. NIX,
FOOTNOAN 'And therefore all are thankful! Hallto
4 ', ucts. All of these Agricultural
the powers that bel I
+ vital Influence on the For handing them Seaboard Air Line
around.LN. Railway
'1Q of a product, and .
profit to be obtained i 1
r Jacksonville Florida.
December 11, 1933.
AT FLA. SZ47lfI A/UStUA/ ( w y .
The outlook report t "' ,i Bradford County Telegraph.
I f been Issued by the t GA/N6SV/GL ,flr Starke, Florida.
,1, tural Extension Gentlemen:

1 ville. This service We understand that the Satsuma For
'; States Department of orange crop of North Florida this Good Sandwiches

have presented a season is bringing very good returns and
conditions, and have ./TS 711/ NEAry4OrnJM to the growers. The crop Is ICE COLD BEER
w delve into the AND 7H/N' excellent with the best yield that
1; 'rr Ask For
year, for our benefit. ) MAK6 most groves have turned out in Our Prices on Case
: given us a report },,. L/6a-ITS/DES many years and the quality of this Adjoining
:; 9 throughout the United //lttpOS'S/q season's fruit Is exceptionally fine. Sinclair Service Station

even In foreign nJ The Satsuma orange is excel- Where You Get Year Gse sit
_. .4,." / AeeaeorleaWARNING L
are likely to affect Mtr '! ..'
-(< lently adapted to this section of .
dl Florida farm products.

w''' Practically all
to plan programs The LEWIS STATE BANK of Tallahassee war.

their beat interests."t't. formerly ]S. C. Lewis Seam, beganbuaness Dtur ot of a ciaigl pie' of cypress,

: dividual knowledge m. 1946. S.: G. Lewis, tlea fowtoW< the old.INDIAN FERRYBOAT at the elc' .

: wac before the. war b.*n..m tk. fjiMe, fttato )luau_ reprMmto a slot fatavMting @

,, f pVE' vice preiidewt of tt.. Start :9ank 6 of Florida retle of byzon ages. It WM.
ERVp i la TaUahawM, wMek k the only bank eNd i.i 1984. by James 'hra, at tha bottom \.... ..

that is definitely kaowa, kav r.deettmed of Lake Wimko. 1* mite; 'Bortiiir .4 1

p -l at par all of Ms o takan
liquidated daring or at the close ofjth termmin i tta.. ag.

Corn! Hog Reduction
Hints To Housewives
: Plan Is Slated To Be

Weakly from Horn Demonstration Conducted I n State
Specialist, Tallahassee.

GAINESVILLE-Corn and hog you have ever been a patient in any prescription which he ''WrOte!

CITRUS MARMALADESFor producers of Florida wUl be givenan Editor Telegraph any hospital you are probably But most important of all, i
citrus marmalades to have opportunity to sign reduction Starke, Florida. familiar with the advantages of a gentle liquid laxative does not cauie
the beat flavor the peel should be agreements with the! Secretary of Dear Sir: liquid laxative. buwel strain to the most deliciti
well ripened end the oil well curedIn Agriculture for their 1934 production system and this is of the utmot
The missive that follows was
the cells. Sour oranges seldom according to an announcementby All doctors know the value of Importance to expectant mothers ant
picked at the corner of Thompson -
Is develop the full rich color until A. P. Spencer vice-director of up the laxative whose dose can be fo every child.Expectant.
ri. and Madison Streets. It was action
measured and whose
later, but grapefruit and kumquatsare the Agricultural Extension Service can mothers are urged to

i.t l '+ 1TJP TO your' sera usable In many places, now. The contracts have been approved an-hour evidently man written, and by intended a forty-cents-to be be controlled. try gentle regulation of bowels with

dd i' vary oem at Kumquurt Marmalade by the Secretary of Agriculture to the tune "Jeff Davis Is a The public loo. is fast returning Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It Ito
i K. wonder you sna> Extract the juice from the kum- : and county agents will be sung gentleman and Lincoln is. a fool. the use of liquid laxatives. People a delightful tasting laxative of

.n xi bark at the quats. Cook the skins in water able to 'conduct the sign-up campaign Jeff Davis rides a white horse and have now learned that a properly delightful action, made of fresh

i Watch out I I until tender. Changing water will this month Mr. Spencer Lincoln rides mule." If Is prepared liquid laxative brings a herbs pure pepsin and active want.
had to anyone
t rg Nea reduce the strength of flavor. says. perfect movement without dieNot a single mineral drug to be
von' Hion > heard humming this tune he
Indlce and Drain, and put through meat chop- Hog farmers who participate In should be advised that he can find comfort at the time or after. Dr. absorbed by the system or Irritate
a cut In thin slices. Combine the will to reduce Caldwell's with the kidneys.
or agree long
: . tj Why donH'" yon try with the juice and to each cupful production twenty-five per cent In Telegraph opus will print It). It does mothers and babies and his remarkable Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
1 Effervescent N add three-fourths cup of sugar. 1934. They will be paid $300 ahead record of nearly three Pepsin is an approved
not with smoothness
k Just on* In a Boll until the jellying point is for the remaining seventyfive run Byronic cents thousand births without the loss of preparation and kept W
but an
water makes a reached. per cent of the hogs. The first a man making forty one mother or child should give ready for use by all
1 Hnc drink d.lle! Sour Orange Marmalade payment of $2.00 will be made hour cannot be a finished poet- anybody complete confidence in druggists. ___...
Y to or r-taz d rne.Dr. such opulence naturally spoils him
Peel one pound of sour oranges. shortly after the contract Is signed -
i IfileV Nsr
I Take the best one-third of the peel, another $1,00 will be made In
in form
MM!* two *
KffarTMMont Tablat. and add about four times its November 1934 and still anotherof
i I the) same soothing weight of water. Boil for ten min- $2.00 In February 1935. LOOK HERE-FRIENDSAn! -

$1.00 at your utes. Repeat this process three to Those who care to participate In

five times, boiling five minutes the corn reduction program will
O .MII each time. The peel should be tender agree to reduce their corn acreagenot

.f ffgllfV! and this changing of the water lens thn twenty per cent nor I IMM I 1 I '
removes the bitter taste. In an- more thn thirty per cent. They
(JOU other vessel cut the peeled oranges will be paid at the rate of thirty

into small pieces, add two pints of cents a bushell for the average --t'V,
1'A. ."
.. 4 e, water and boil until the fruit dis- yield of the land taken out of pro-
i _- integrates. Strain through a flannel dutton, the first payment of twenty By Special Arrangements w3h the Leading Magazines of the

; I jelly bag and then restrain the cents being made soon after the Country We Brine You the Biggest Bargain' of All Time a .
juice. Mix the juice and peel, and contract U signed and the second
bring to a boil. Add one and one- payment coming In November, Subscriptions To 3 Famous Macazlnes; with A New or Rtnewa

If You WantExtraFast half pounds of sugar. for each 1935. Order: for This Newspaper.

pound of fruit. Boil to jellying It Is estimated that Florida S
point. For over-ripe oranges the ships and markets more than 200- ALL4O.VILYWHY! '

amount of sugar may be reduced. 000 head of hogs annually. Three- MAKE UP YOUR OWN CLUB

Relief Grapefruit Marmalade No. 1 fourths of this number will leave
i This marmalade Is made in the 150,000 head, which at S5 00 a head CHOOSE ]

I sour ex- will three-quarters of a million 00
same manner as orange mean
cept that one pound of grapefruit dollars to the ..Late In adjust.' 1 Magazine From Group>> "A" 5"

h Demand And Get Is used to one pound of sugar. ment payments on the hog program 2 SVa! azlnes From Group "2" I

c Grapefruit Marmalade No. 2: lone.American. ) And I --....
: I Peel the grapefruit removingthe .
skins that cover the pulp. To manufacturers of expensive :- TS:: rir-'C"Ar:: n ((1 FUJI Year) [ PAYMORE:

each cup of pulp add one cup of stationery articles such as ?
GENUINE minutes. high grade fountain and -
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i. Let cool and strain a small portionof have built up a considerable

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ASPIRIN bag. Bring the j juice to a boll and C McCalT. Migmlae--1 Yr. f' Q Better Home of 1_

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.i FUNERAL DIRECTORS to castor oil on the bowels net a We a.a. tw14ramba.waura. -
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of I everywhere it is spoken against. "They are calling me. There are what we have left after we forget Some German forest are being" l "' :.:J. ,

th I Be It known therefore unto you Father and Mother." He named all we learn." protected against the ravages of
1e ri ; : II I that the salvation of God Is sent BOB JONESCOMMENTS other members of the family. Then S e e caterpillars: by spraylrg1 the tree
he I unto the Gentiles, and that they he called the name of his old school There is a tendency In educationto with a poisonous powder scattered
to will hear It. And when he bad mister and aid "He Is speakingto go back to the old standard. :' :Jl'f'
nohe I Bald these,words, the Jews depart me." The son acid "Father, if I The men who made this nation the from airplanes. .,;. '. --
I ed,-and Paul dwelt two whole he Is speaking to you, ho is telling I greatest nation In the world were ".
-J1IJ"n it a Iip uto By. feet ut al fcfct Mtt _-ftaln IlMft.llfl !. ( ': ,-
taa mj year in his own hired house, and : you to be still." The old man grew educated under the old system.RESOLUTION "rrrl I\I 5TF.11'Y setudNotice
;:rf1r All religious teaching doctrine received all that came In unto him, ,.r THERE AMOHEREAFTER. quiet and said, "Son, If he is tellingme I i by vir In hereby lIe of that given certain that underand tlnat
ta i 111'fnnr3lt .* or preaching the kingdom of God, and to be still, I will do It. I never decree of forecloHure and Bald enItuml \
It creed if they are to have any claim I by Hon A. Z. Atlklnn, Judge of! ,
Won the love.loyalty) and devotion of the people must be In harmony with teaching those things which con- s .. disobeyed him In my life" That We, the undersigned bus driversof the Clicult.. Court of Bradford County -
J the teachings of Seam the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevice( cern the Lord Jesus Christ, with explains the rugged character of Bradford County, desire to express Florida, In Chancery, In that certain "I
idhe I d f the humaa hHrJJ and of whom It....ul&l4ln John 7:46,"NEVER MAN all confidence no man forbiddinghim. the famous founder of the Webb our sincere grief and sorrow heroin\ cause A It.pending War; I"In L said miplalnant: ,Court .
LIKE T IS MAN." ." In our college we recently have
la SPAKE School. He was taught the lesson of the untimely death of J. H. and James, VI.) Qondfellow et al I aredsfendants
had three days of general educa of obedience. Mr. Webb said that ., the IIl1d..n.11. Hpoclal
tot I factor of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use thin deiMitment It is thought Paul was released tion. We brought to our platforma Kelly, member of the school board Mauler will sell!) to the highest bidder -
* for newa of church activities organization and announc from this Imprisonment' but again he had rather have a boy who says, Our relations with his in a business for rash In front nC the South
le I JJUijtB. Space. freely given and no charge made-tho only requirement arrested, tried and beheaded.CHRISTIAN great many speakers. Sullins "I aeon": If he had seen somethingthan way wrre always exceedingly satisfactory door of, Uradtord the County Court, Florida House. InStarke
R. on
Stuart, the of
son George to "I have seen" If he had
brag tht such Itema reach thla office before Wednesday morning a say and pleasant. His ab- Monday January lat A. J>. 1134, and ..
itit I...Muu-wlM they cannot be handled for current iMue.STAKKE CHURCH Stuart spoke on the subject, "My not seen anything from the scholl board will be durltia- the leiral/ hour nf sale. the
Father and His Associate. Sam following described property In
S s e
keenly regretted by the entire Uradford County, Florida, to.wlt:
, "The Bible" will be subject of the Jones and George Stuart were
CHURCH DIRECTORY suffered to dwell himself In our modernistic world we county 0
wa's by sermon next Sunday at 11:0(5( a.m. mighty men. They were different. BoutheaHt Quarter of Southeaat -
with a soldier that kept him.- "The Inspiration of the Bible, They supplemented each other. have allowed young people to do Signed- Quarter and blast. :Half otHouth".t
First Baptist Church Paul called the chief of the Jews Proven as they please. We have talked CARL HOUGH, Quarter nf South..IOLQUlrter
by the Automobile, Airplane God made two people ,
never any all In Bart Inn Iii 1 alaobffirlnnlnir
I.d I.d Rev. J. J. Johnson, pastor. together: and-said unto them, and Radio being Foretold. alike about self-expression rather than JIM ADKINS. at Northeast cornerof
self control. What this country II. A. PRESCOTT Sort Ion 28 and run South 01"
though I have committed nothing By all means should hear both ,
Sunday School-10.00: A. M. you e e e Unction line IOEO feet thence14est
needs revival of old time
a parental
against the people or customs of of these R. R. CROSBY
11:00 A. M. sermons. 1620 feet, thence North
Morning Worship- :
a :U.-6:30 P. M. our fathers" yet was I delivered Bible School at 10:00: a.m. Come. Mr. Webb from Bellbuckle, Ten- authority. It la better to know J. E. BROWN 1020 feet, I thence Kant 1(120( feet.
f B. Y P. : how to live than it Is to know. to point of beginning; all or
from Jerusalem the D. L. GATLIN.
Evening Worship-7:30: P. M. prisoner into the Faithfully yours, nessee, spoke on subject "My said land hulnsr In Townnhlp &
hands of the Romans: Who would W. E. DAUGHERTY, Father and His Idea of Education." facts about life THEODORE TISON, Hotilh, lianas 22 1>:1\.t. and con-
A cordial invitation extended to ..
a have let me go. But when the Jews Minister. I have never heard a more Interesting e V V J. W. EDWARDS, taltihiK 100 acres mote ( r loe
all these services. spake against it. I was constrainedto address. Mr. Webb's" father Dr. Warren, president of Carson- J. M. REDDISH. A, 8. CROWS at
appeal unto Caesar. And they Governor J. W. Troy of Alaska. was over eighty when he died. Newman College, in his wonderful Special", Manter
a Methodist ChurchW. said unto him, we desire to hear of I has directed ,the distribution of While he was dying he had one address said, "The soul of educa. Escalators in the new Holborn KNIGHT A KNIGHT, Stinke. Fla
F. Jones, pastor. thee what thou thlnkest: for as 40,000 pounds of reindeer meat to of those visions which dying men lion is the education of the soul." I Tube Station. London, travel at Solicitors; for Complainant. i
i Sunday School, 10 a.m.'lfnrnlnlZ' concerning this seat, we know that I cities of the territory for relief. sometimes have. He told his son Somebody else said "Education Is the rate of 180 feet an hour, 12-11113tlll-1I;| | )
worahln ftt!: 11?OO A.m.Young I --- --- --- _

P. M. People's; Meeting-6:30: ;: ii If" ,. : I I I

Evening Worship--7:30: P. M. N\\ j-\\

Presbyterian Church __

Rev. George H. Lowry, minister. 1 I

Services Sunday, December 3: I'
10:00 A. M. ;;)' I'r
: Sunday School.
M -I] RA f
11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship; ": "
sermon by the pastor. .

6:30: P, M.Christian Endeavor. + d
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7:30: P. M.Evening worship: 1 >l" _

gong,and sermon.A .
cordial Invitation to all our l, t""
services extended to all. )I !!
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LESSON \\I \ :t '

DECEMBER 17, 1933 t;" p, ', W. :I, ;i ii

Subject: Paul in Rome. \ ,.
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ship, they stopped at Sidon, Myra, I, ta'') ..I dl II p ', I L 4 i,' ,I ''rlpl'I, 4 ,II ryryry 4
Fair Haven, Island of Mallta (Malta d h b e h n d ,, X' i \\'I\\\\\" "' 1' hi ,' I IdI''q''"'I\,\\!, I' \I' \l\\'\\I\i\\\\ l\ I 1"" 1 du' d
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And when it was determined t h e II n e 0 f march \ \ I \'\ \ III!, 1 I I i'' \ I!, '\ \ \\\\I.\\

that delivered we should Paul sail and Into certain Italy other they 1.IW'. I I d '\I\\\I\\\\l\\\11\\ I I I \,\\1 I ,'!\'\I I I 'Idli I', dl I, r

prisoners Macedonian Augustus'unto of band-Thesaalonica Julius;-Arlstarchus, a centurionof being, a \ '\ ;\) tI\ \\\\\ \ \ \\\ \\\\\;\\\; iii ll i\\t+ t' t

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with us. And the next day we One of the the Mexican \ h\\\\\" ), \
touched at Sidon. And when who is behind "AlIERICAN"IARCIIES! companies, Petroleum 'IIIU\IIoI7 : \ ,
we ,
had lauched from thence, we came IT'S -and what it means to you-that Corporation, is one of the largest sellers of \IIit\ 11u"\\\,'\, \\\\II\\\\\\\: \\;!\\\\ I --- 1 a t

to Myra, a city of Yycla. And there counts! heavy fuel oils in the United States. It numbers \\\\\11\\\\ '\ \\, \ ,
, 0 the centurion found a ship of Alex- \\X"" '\
aMong its customers a host of nationally important 'l\il\ ,
andria sailing into Italy; and he Let'look at the facts! Likewise Mexican Petroleum 0/ "'
put us therein. And when we had ,
sailed ,slowly many days we came The American 011 Company is an important Corporation is the second largest producer: of t

unto a place which is called the member of the Pan American Petroleum & asphalt on the Atlantic Coast. Because of its
Fair Havens. Paul admonishedthem
and said! Sirs I perceive that Transport Company group, a major factor in great scientific knowledge of heavy fuel oils and

this voyage will be with hurt-and the oil industry. Principal companies of this asphalt requirements, Mexican Petroleum Corporation .51

much damage, not only of the lad- area will continue to handle this important from :' '
ing and ship, but also of our lives. group phase of the group's activities. l t'*ll
Nevertheless the centurion believedthe American Oil Company .I ,
master and the owner of the Mgineto
Mexican Petroleum Corporation (Me.) (
ship,. more than Paul. And when .
the south wind"blew softly, sup fan American Refining Company The American OH Company is an outstanding Florida! 9

posing that they had obtained their Pan American Pipeline Company institution of public service in its old terri- I
purpose,loosing thence, they sailed I
close by Crete. But not long after Mexican Petroleum Corporation of Georgia tory* Its growth and development form an

, there arose against it a tempestouswind Lord Baltimore Filling: Stations, Inc. illuminating chapter in the history of American ; .t
called Euroclydon.-And-all
enterprise. Our next announcement will tell

hope then that taken we should away. be ButPaulsaid saved was- These companies represent one of the large more about the American OH Company itself. 4 Ix e

Sirs, ye should have hearkened and important oil units of the country. Very The American OH Company direct and' through

unto me, and not have leased big resources, large.available crude production subsidiaries, is taking over and will in the
from Crete.-And now I exhort and extensive pipe line systems, refineries, comfuture all the '
you to be of good cheer: for there operate marketing facilities ; ;pt 1
shall be no loss of any man's life plete research laboratories, large tank car and of the consolidated companies in Northern New ,

among you but of the ship. For motor truck fleets, numerous ocean terminals, Jersey, New 'York and New England, Georgia ,
there stood before me this night hundreds of bulk plants. and thousands "
many and Florida. This includes the
the angel of pod, whose I am, and many bulk storage -
whom I serve Saying, Fear not of service! station outlets. plants, service! stations, pump and tank t

Paul; thou must be brought before outlets in this vast region. These it will improve, i I
Caesar and la, God hath given Where and How They Serve remodel and modernize. For American service I'
thee all them that sail with thee.

-Howbeit we must be cast up a In addition to its refining and allied activities! must be worthy of the name! t r ,.

certain of good Inland.cheer,-and And they they also were took all Pan American Petroleum:& Transport Company, '

some meat. And we were In all In through its various companies named But above all the '
coming of American
the ship two hundred three score above does an extensive business along the AMERICAN4TER1UTORY OIL
and sixteen souls-And the sol- entire: Atlantic Seaboard, from Maine to Flormeans .that hereafter its famous products
diers' to kill the prisoners them AMOCO-GAS the '' '
counsel was
volumeamong original specialmotor :
ida and elsewhere. They market a big N11
should ,
lest any of them fuel American 1
; Orange Gas the best
swim out and escape. But the cen- of various petroleum products-motor fuel, ,
turion, willing to save Paul, kept gasoline, lubricants, kerosene, range oil, beatAMOCO gasoline selling at regular gas price t and R.wi1.p.hae MaejachueetuNorthern
them from their purpose;-And so Motor Oils-will be available along the ., I
oils fuel oils and A
asphalt. complete
It came to pass that they escaped ing heavy entire Atlantic Seaboard, from Maine to Flor- u.w v'e
service I
all safe to land. And when they petroleum ida and New lentr
elsewhere. And that :
escaped, then they knew that the means new fuel Couth C -
Wand was called Melita (now economics to motorists in our new territory vi '

aMlta), In the same quarters was -- "' r and extended service to motorists of our old Old
the chief of the Island whose
territory. Ia
o' name was Publlua;; And the father 1 O De"1_ n '
of Publlua lay sick of a fever- g Now you know tcho' behind and what'. =
to whom Paul entered In, and pray- behind
-the !
pump DMilct of ColmnMa r
JJ.IatCC.r JJ.
ed and laid his hands on him. and Vlrjrlnla
healed also, which ,
him.--Others ounn. ,
had diseases In the island came, 4
and were healed-And: after three '.
we departed in a ship of Alexan- AMERICAN OIL CO.
drta.-And landing at Syracuse we
tarled three days. And from OITHEAIRTHEAMERICAmEM y $
thence we-came to Rheglum: and ,
i of American Heating and Range OIU Amoco-Cai
Vie came the next day to Puteoll: with ETHEL WATERS and GEORGE BEATTY '
Where we found brethren,-And- Orange American Cat,Amoco Motor OiU

faa the brethren-came to meet us as ON ROAD 13 AT SEABOARD AIR LINE TRACKS Orer Columbia network SUNDAY 7 to 7:30 P. M. {' ,
*s Appt Forum and the Three
Taverns; whom when Paul saw he PHONE 111
thanked God and took courage
And when we came: to Rome, Paul


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Bradford Courtly Telegraph Maybe You've bo |Late I IENG'CM IJ .JIId

r 6 Established 1877 f. RI

._ __ ...:.. __ -. .- Heard It, But O Classify j jBy
".. Published Weekly on Fridfays"ahd l Entered as Second Class

,f Sccnoury F1 ride ...... Auouaiion
f .- -- Well folks, here we are, doing -
business at the old stand, after
Colonel Lee, In the Comptroller's ,
standing: you up last week. We
-- office has sure been rakln' in a lot :
-- -- were all prepared to answer a lot i
SUBSCRIPTION RATE of Indlgant inquiries last Friday of new tax money. Maybe the I
about the column sources aren't new, but anyhow theta
why was missing
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance from the paper and-well, we're }( money is, and a lot of folks i It ( i I
who have been gettln' by for I
Advertising: Rates on Application still prepared. Why doesn't some

'i94!,,' f'' L-- ,_ ,_ -. ----.- ------ '-- body ask us? Maybe those two years, have had to dig understand down plenty it. ase I
and can't
they just
people we were counting on aren'treading i

44 i Add similes: As unpopular,;> : as a losing coach this stuff after all. I Everybody from bum to banker

o I has felt the sting of the Colonel's I

We want to congratulate the: whip. He is playln no favorites,
I Have you found anybpdy t who would refuse a baloney management of the local theatre : and since he's been in office we've I

dollar? on the run of moving pictures it learned a lot about taxes we never
.1'' I"o has been booking lately, even If so knew before.
2 -
many good shows In a row are Interfering The intangible tax drive has
strawberries t In at the door depression flies
When ,
cppie with our homework.
been brlngln' in plenty and it's r sid w/s //fonacooayno

5'+ out at the window. /t. ,,. '. Critics have been extravagant In still com In', A lot of folks never
/ taxes ftfiaf arena- allot
praise of "Berkeley Square"whIch expected to be payin' a tax for the a t
/ 9. showed here early In the privilege of holdm' a mortgage but 70 9asic61e at/7onfe Qgrlo,

G k, Read the advertisements: :" ,sand do your Christmas shopping week. One of the boys even went that's the law and the Colonel is 4lr ftdal&ee r
r' ''c1'' early in Starke __ (; so far as to call It "The loveliest enforcin' it. If there's anything stings m e m s -0 creation of the screen." It was a Florida has plenty of, its mort. hypodermic fteetfles are, .

r You'd be surprised at hpw,, few, shopping days there arele.ft not splendid be overly show popular but will for no Its theme doubt gages itseet by to ph srctans rn "

The other day a friend of mine 1 rrha /ft the treatment-
before Christmas. tends to make you think, and psychologists -
ill'4''MI; will tell you that peopledo was all upset on account of a guy rheumatism.. .-'
..0 threatenin' to foreclose on him.
l l not like to think.
k Better *rite those letters ,to Santa Claus if you want to I The mortgage holder happened to
I be one of those hard boiled, Simon I '
More to the
of the
liking average
get on his mailing list '
Legree sort of guys and he was
film fan
f (which includes us, of
Q, gonna have his money or else.
I. .. course) were "The Bowery" and
Thanksgiving indiges. "I'm No Angel," both of which The fellow he was plckin' on wasa
1 J ,r Just as we were getting,over our
were recently shown here. The good egg.: He'd paid principaland

tion along comes Christmas. ladles In general did notvcare much interest as he could,

o for "The Bowery," a little too but he was out o{ work and sick.

hJ, .5 ,; The CWA is not in politics! so hounding county and city much rough stuff, perhaps-but That didn't make any difference to
'\ everybody went for "I'm No An- the mortgage holder. I
,:p officials for jobs will get you nowhere fast "
gel. Finding a seat in the theatre While my friend was tellln' me /

ti' Yb : Saturday night was like trying his story: I just happened to think

'; Some parts of the state won't need policemen to scare to find a straight line on Mae about the Intangible'' tax law. 1}

West "Come on," I said, grabbln' my
; ... away the nudists-mosquitoes( 'will take care of that and
,, bat, "lets check on that guy
'd .. '0' And speaking of Mae reminds us see If he's filed a return and paid -

r ; f ':' of the following story told recently the tax on this mortgage he's so -"O'-
=:; ::
Clermont Press lhat the perfect marriage is ---
says by the Tarpon Springs Leader: hot and bothered about. dhree '
{ where the wife is a treasure and the husband is a treasury. "Last week we wrote a snappy
And we found that he hadn't.My thJbr1ltBrid'ecnc'cofland
0' head for a short Page One story in paint -7
friend was puzzled; he Justcouldn't
our peculiar What abatfi Gbnlimaus. 45 pound corm.
Tampa Tribune thinks: that the Lake County citizen whohasn't handwriting. we .see where that helped him over nie I
thought we wrote was 'Mid-West ( 4rned on &'rt Swedish /Octalerpieceof685.2sx2
until I explained that his failure 42year3smee ?/
uttered a word of profanity in sixty-seven'years is no Covered with Sleet.: When the any Mf6ri burl
to make a return as the holderof :?, taxpayer. proof was laid on our desk did our y and thin
face glow when we read 'Mae West that mortgage made the holder ahalf'rn ,
to nice little tine or jail
o subject a .
Smothered with Sheet;
t1 The merchants tell to and the sentence and If he ,chose to get -
us shop early postmaster get to fill my stocking, which will
bard, why all we had to do was
to mail We'll do both that is if MUSEUM be hanging on the mantle piece. ]
)jtells\ us early. we get paid give him the raspberry and if he Mm'OarlieSays"There

off early. Thanks to our friends, .we are didn't like that we'd "Tell? on him" Sincerely yours,
about to accumulate a miniature AUDREY BEDLEY,
1 u and put one of Colonel Lee's blood-
i 0.j" museum. At the time
present you hounds on his trail.
.j"\ The past two Saturday's have demonstrated the fact may see on exhibit at our office the Well we went, to see Mr. Mort. Hampton December, Florida.6, 1933.

:: when people get a little money they don't have to be reminded hide of a white rabbit, the banded gage holder and what a swell little Dear Santa Claus: /

1+ I to "Buy Now." foot of a dove from Ontario, and a party that turned out to be. We I am a little boy six years of e el
sweet potato. Then let him have a lot of fun tellln' us age. I have had a great deal of
} > o toe: there's the editor, himself
what he was gonna do and then we fun with the toys you brought me
The director of safety'ii'!!' urging automobile drivers to he doesn't count because he goes started crackln' our black-snake. last Christmas.Will .

rs' observe the laws and live to-enjoy a Merry Christmas and a home few days nights.the dove True,foot for the past We not only got a 'nice extension you please bring me a tri :

'' has been !on that mortgage, but we sent blmhot.footln' cycle, knife, horn, football, some
r Happy New Year old temporarily lost under but a stack of It' down} tg pay, his taxes Letters To Santa Claus caps for my pistol and some fruit ,
newspapers if
o you besides. and candy. ,

One merchant said he put'on three extra clerks Saturday help want dig to see It out.NOTES it.bad enough you can Right now Colonel. ,Lee Is makln Lawtey, Florida. Thanking you In advance for

life miserable for a lot of these December 4, 1933. anything you bring me, I am, ;
and then had to keep some of.his'customers waiting. Sounds -
snowbirds who blow down here Dear Santa: Sincerely yours,

t like the good old days are herd!I'L ON ILL HEALTH every winter and have a lot of fun My name is Juanita Prevatt. I EMORY L. (TOPSY) BROWN. __

o The fashion used to be neurosis lappin' up the gravy,that rightfully live in Lawtey, Florida. I am in
Now belongs to us home folks. the third grade. So Santa I wanta Starke. Florida.
you must have acIdosis.
tell that there Chinamen. We wish
'L They us are no lazy
y For years Florida merchants, tickle-toe doll, and, Santa, I ama Dear Santa Claus: never win;
there were Perhaps if they were less energetic they would What swell cocktails Uncle Titus theatres and other local Interests good girl and expect to be better I am writing you this letter to will

r.. rub fewer buttons off our shirts. Could shake up with his St Vitus. have paid state, county and muni- another year. And I want you to tell you what I want for Christ- nor never

cipal taxes for the privilege of send me a carriage so I can roll my mas. be 'a substitute
o Doctors, nurses, interns ride us doin' business. They have contributed doll in, Santa. And I will send you I would like to have a little rub- ,

At this time of year the less you look like a deer the bet- When we have appendicitis.. liberally to the CommunityChest the picture of the carriage and ber doll and a little carriage to f'r works 1fcatH

ter off you are.-Bradford County Telegraph. At any time of No young lady can bewitchIf paid dues in the Chamber of tickle-toe doll. ride my doll In. I would also like work1 -, -
So Santa, I wish to have a new pair of shoes and
she has Commerce and generally played you a happy
4' the we should say.-Brooksville Sun. a case of Itch.
year New some socks so that I can wear
I I the part of a good citizen, only to Year and a Merry Christmas.
o We feel like reaching for carbolic see .a flock of outsiders slip In Thanking you Santa, in advance, them when I start to school. I

f ii Optimists are digging for gold around Brooksville. We When little Archy gets the colic.If every winter, grab off the cream, 1[ am, Your friend, would also like a new dress and
and duck out again without payin' JUANITA PREVATT.The I some pants to wear to Sunday
r. might be mistaken but we believe that Florida's climate is the love's a disappointmentAnd school.
much of .
anybody anything.But
;}; nearest thing it has to the precious metal. you're looking for the river now these Itinerant shows best I can do. BETTY ANNE TURNER. Practical
Remember, what you thlnk'a your Starke, Florida.
o and merchants are gonna have to"ante"
heart December 7, 1933. Starke Florida.
One exchange says that times could be worse. Suppose, May only be your liver., just like us common citi- Dear Santa Claus: Dec. 13, 1933.
zens if they want to bask in our GIFTS
4 I am a new little girl In Starke, Dear Santa Claus:.

services ANTI CLIMAX DEPARTMENT sunshine. and I don't want you to forget me I am eight years'old and in the
PHILADELPHIA They been gettln' by with that when you visit here the 24th. I third grade. I have been on the
Pa. .
Dec. 2
old stunt of sneaklu' Into town un-
(; In'' o. Ethel Barrymore told the womenof of local live on Cherry Street. honor roll every month. I love my For XMAS
der the non-
auspices some I have been a good little all teacher and I also love and obey
1 the
: At last a modest man pas been discovered. A citizen of Philadelphia Lecture assembly tax-payln' organization. They slip
: : what year so I want you to bring me my mother. Now, dear Santa, I
i ,:Maryland asked to be excused from jury duty on the grounds thought of them be- the American Legion or Police
lots of want to
k cause they criticised her friend and toys; fIrst want a big doll you bring me a bicycle and S LADIES' SILK
; that he "did not have intelligence enough to serve." protege, Eva Le Gallienne. Benefit'Association a few smackers that cries, also a doll house and Jingle bells. ALLEN A-HOSE 69c
of their tax-free
"I don't know for the use bed, a teaset, chair and table set, Your. little friend,
o why we bother to ___
cloak to dodge paying' a license, -AU Colors _
telephone. And then don't for- SARA BAREFOOT.A .
i, If you think American music is bad just stop to consider speak to you. the actress told the then proceed to clean up, by takin
women from their
own lecture all the business away,from the lo- "ONE-MAN FACTORY" THAT OUGHT TO BE CLOSED
there are 280 different kinds, of orchestral drums used in platform. "Miss Le GaUienne and I LADIES' SILK
cal merchants.
.. India and one band often uses as many as twenty-five of do you an honor to be here at all. But Comptroller Lee that SLIPS Size 98c
You don't know anything. Youdon' 34 toLADIES'44-w___. ___
them. fir, i, : understand I Idon.t racket la all done. From now on

!.. "" www'r ..... anything. You they must pay a state and county
appreciate You
i- license. He has warned all countytax FAN
Some people expect too much from a code, says the Mo never will.have" .known. anything and collectors that he expects 'em CY HANDKERCHIEFS I5c
bile, Register, They should remember we have been more Tonight Mrs. Ella Waters man- to get busy and collect or else close I -' 3 In box

than 6,000 years trying to. put over the code of Moses and ager of the assembly, said she up the joints. I
It isn't that we want these itinerant -.
's haven't thought Miss Barrymore was "im- '
succeeded yet.
pudent. folks to feel that they aren't'welcome. PANTIESCol69c

o They are. We're glad to

Governor Sholfz told a Chicago judge that he would i BLUSIIINQ BRIDE have 'em. but In fairness to our

gangsters in here for Flor- I (Upon seeing in local people they ought to be madeto
trade four of that city's g prison one reproduced a pay their share for the privilegeof MEN'S FANCY 95

a ida criminal Such a bargain would help to remedy the overcrowding weekly the first magazine nudist a wedding photograph which of operating in competition with BROADCLOT'IPAJAMAS "1

at the state farm. took the local merchant and showmanwho
place recently near Elsinore, '
Calif. pay every and all kinds of
o ) ( I.
r taxes, support all civic movementsand Fr
', The Suwannee Democrat tells a story about a Berlin Jew JimmIe Goodman, Susie Wise have to stick by the ship all ( MEN'S CIIRIST2 5

who wrote to his cousin in New York. "Everything is fine Last week carried off the prize. the year 'round. MAS C
They got married like God Box -vMEN'S--y
fine all P. S. Brother _
We happy. -
el here. Hitler is a man. are a -
'emSeem A few drops of turpentine
' Isadore held a contrary view., We buried him yesterday" ( the policemen didn't raid dropped on a cloth and rubbed INITIAL

p o 'em). over an'enameled bed will remove HANDKERCHIEFS 50c75c

s+ Best man, bridesmaid all stood dirt and spots instantly and leavea '
;. ",, Dr. Charles Mayo says that sunshine is one of the greatest bare fine gloss. S to box

'' aids to good health. 'lIt vitalizes the body, brings to the By that oak tree over there. i )

?: sick, the lame or the merely tired the best of nature's healing While not a stickler for conventionStill Louis Jones, aged plantation MEN'S ALLEN
it seems that should handy man near Kingstree, S. C., A-IIOSE X to
we men-
, that Florida has sunshine days M
' He then goes on to say more last alternating _
tion makes his shoe leather by box _,_____
i than any other state; henceFlorida is the best place to go to That to be within the pale and discovered a liquor

'. get sunshine. Thanks, doctor. At least the bride should wear a cache Inside. MEN'S BROADCLOTH -
veil. e. 95c
S Arrested for stealing a bottle of
Congressman Green's newest opponent seems to be Carl- A* Miss Caroline Porter of PhU- milk. Joseph Morgenaon. aged 64, Sizes 14 to 17__

ton Smith of Madison Mr.. Smith ''was well advertised with delphia was being married she Of St. Louis, pleaded that he was !i -

stopped the ceremony, and after a an orphan hU parents having recently -
a circus that visited Jterf.J.e: Recently which fact was all right, half hour delay she consented to died.,. -. '

except that the banners"were displayed on the sides of the Its completion. .) '
circus: elephants. The eJff>?r\1\ as you :will remember used : .1 A small parcel of land near La- :.3 rfc tC. tie J &.R'Store
... : There are more than 2,000 public porte. Pa... belongs to God Almighty .
to be the symbol of the Republican party or rather is the
camp grounds In our 14S'natfonal deeded to Him'ln 1864! by Next Door to Post ottkB

+ symbol what used to Republican party. fore.u.If one, Peter ]E. Armstrong. a, "
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