Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
December 27, 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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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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arm \Weather Stores All Day Will Monday Close Larson Explains To The Farmers' -- Commissioners Kite By Found Railroad Dead Track New Projects u

Chief Alvarez Says Of This SectionThe Thursday Afternoon t

lurries CropsOf Processing Tax Rescind Action Total N ;
following statement was
According to Chief A. L. Alva- P. K. Kite, 60, was found dead at
Issued this week by W. S. Sib-
rez, will be closed all day a railroad crossing about a mile
Monday, Christmas Day. However, ley, president of the Production south of town after
shortly noon
Strawberries it has been agreed that merchants On Hog ProductsCollector Credit The Starke Association Production of Starke Credit: On Kanner Bill Thursday. There was a deep gash BradfordNew 'ft

may stay on the job as late as they I in his forehead and his face and
I Association is now organized In
please Saturday night, he says. I hands were otherwise badly cut. -
\here Here Expect To Be Of Revenue Thinks : our county to take care of ourneeds Plan For Addition To County Sheriff W. J. Epperson expressed City Hall IK Not Yet S 1 k

Shipping Lightly In Ten Farmers! Do Not Fully for the purpose of pro. Court House' Are Sent the belief that Kite, who ia said to Passed Schools Get h': ,
Lawtey CCC's Win ducing and harvesting crops; have had
Daysthe Understand To C\VA : poor eyesight, walked $9,070.03 '
the breeding, raising and fatten-
Into coach of
I a a moving train. No -
ing of livestock, and
present warm weather J. Edwin Larson, collector of Internal poultry Upon recommendation of the' Inquest will bo held, the sheriff New projects for Bradford County .

+inuea, small shipments of Over Penney Farm revenue, Jacksonville feels products.We would appreciate. It for all i State. Treasurer, the Board of said.Mr. totaling 61220.83 were approved -

berries will begin to move that taxpayers In respect to the I you farmers, who areilglble, topatronize Commissioners of Bradford County : Kite Is survived by his this Week by the Civil Works
Starke and Lawtey by Satur- processing tax on hogs have prob- ion and ,at their Monday meeting decided to widow. Administration in Tallahassee. "
our I18sge'
nextweek, Is the belief of ably not been Infprmed with School
of Fast Game Was Played On fully borrow for your ,actual needs, abandon proposed action under : No funeral arrangements had projects for Hampton, ,
Inept growers here. regard to the tax, and persons provisions of the Kanner Bill. Brookar and Starke represented "
The Municipal Field Here but be very careful as we don'twant been made at the time of going to ,
rain on Wednesday of liable for same. The following information $9,07093'of the total, with ./
good WednesdayThe to be like the man that The committee, recently appointed press. ,
week solved the dry weather '- Is for their use. killed the goose to get the goldn to confer with the treasurer $6,373.60 going to the school here ..

.feel and conditions are nowt Lawtey CCC football team The rate of processing tax Im- egg. concerning distribution of the gas t'jr additions to the building and I'

Ideal for early ripening of defeated the Penny Farms boys posed on 'the first domestic proc- E. W. Hayes Is secretary- ollne tax monies held by him for Community Tree Improvements to the grounds. "y

21 to 0 lIt a fast game on the municipal essing of hogs as of- treasurer and will likely have the retirement of road bonds and The city hall project for Starke ,

e first pint of berries for this I field here Wednesday after November 8, 1933, is fifty centsper loan blanks by Tuesday.We Interest coupons, reported that the : has not yet been approved by Tel'r. ,
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to town last' hundred live will be to matter had been fully discussedand lahassee and there has been no Intimation
jo was brought noon. The game was featured by weight, ws'ght. glad give you Plans CompletedProgram f
B. Clark. December 1933 Is Information that the treasurer had recom- as to what la causing the .
relay by F They many passes. Lowrie, of Lawtey, ,1 one dollar any we can. t
grown on his farm between caught one in*the third quarterand per hundredweight, live velgh". Thanking you farmers for mended that the board rescind Its delay I

rope Springs and the State ran seventy yards for a touchdown January 1, 1934, Is one dollar your help an co-operation to action of November 6. The list of projects approved this '

a and they presented a tempt- Penney Farms completed a and fifty cents per hundred weight, make this association a success. The following resolution was Will Begin PromptlyAt week Is as follows: t

picture in their neatly packed thirty-yard pass in the fourth quarter live weight. Very truly yours, adopted by the commissioners: 7:30: o'Clork Saturday New sldevalks and relaying old .'
and started a rally that was February 1, 1934, Is two,; two dollars W S. SIBLET, President Whereas, The Board of County Night sidewalks in Starke, $7,146.40. !

,second pint was brought 'In stopped by Lawtey Just short of per hundred weight, live Commissioners of Bradford County Filling and placing sidewalks on ,

the patch of Charley Thomas, the goal line weight. : Florida, at Its regular meeting Bradford County's community Hampton school grounds, $4,221.40. 1 !t .

ed 1, and the first quart was The Lawtey team remains undefeated First domestic process'ng In the Alderman Better November 6, A. D. 1933 passed a Christmas tree program wlil be I Claying five miles of the Law- "

uly exhibited by W. M. Nogel. and unscored on after playing slaughtering of hogs for market. resolution directing the Hon. W. V given Saturday night at 7:30: ',tey-rutford'road 660900. i
upments+ from Plant City have Green Cove Springs Starke, Slaughtering is the actual k'l'lngof Knott, Treasurer for the State of o'clock on the Woman's Club Indexing at the county \ ,

ased slightly, but reports from and their rivals, the Penney Farms hogs. bogs. condemned by an AccidentStarke Florida and County Treasurer Ex- grounds All arrangements have court house $1,900.00. I I j t

B state that the crop is badlyed team. authorized Federal, state, countyor After :Officio, to Invest all proceeds at been> made by the Music Committee Re-employment service Office, 1

> of rain. Starting lineups for the two municipal Inspector as being to- that time in his hand aa such and of the club. $633.50., j 1: A +

1 V teams were: tally unfit for human food shall I hereafter to be accumulated from The tree was erected and Ilgl'ted Community garden, $1,522.50.; i I''i

not be considered hogs slaughteredfor Man Wounded Sunday P.M. the proceeds, of gasoline taxes In Wednesday night and presents a Grading,,thirty-one miles of road ; .
Lawtey-Ellis, center; Stradley, market within the meaning of When He Stumble With past due and matured road and cheerful sight that .ia worth driving near Sampson Slty, 127880. ,I "
eesAreReady guard; H. Gray, guard; Dreull 'f, t
the regulations prescribed by the Revolver bridge bonds. miles to see. Sewing room, Starke, $10,116.00. ; +
tackle': Barwick, tackle; Holtz,
; Secretary of Agriculture and And Whereas this board
ap- -- upon After the program, toys, which Sewing room, Lawtey, $2,158.00.Drainage .
end; Krazar, end;, Lowrie, fullback proved by the President on Oct. 18. T. J. Alderman of Starke Is reported consideration thereof has concluded have been made at the of f
woman'swork large bay near Graham I' I
For Distribution ; Copeland, quarterback; Hale, The tax attaches at the begin- to be Improving In a Jacksonville that It is for the best Interest of center here, will be distributed $1,191,05. \;:' ;

halfback; Delaney, halfback. ning of the first domestic processing hospital after being seriously the County of Bradford and Stateof to the children. Members of Drainage of largo bay west of I",

Penney Farms-Balleu, center; and Is computed on the live wounded here,Sunday afternoon I Florida not to carry out this the committee say that many more Hampton, $1,634.80.Drainage f.

owner May Have Raiford Mathews, guard; Alderman, guard; weight of the animal at the time of when his revolver was acci- rogram. toys can be used and anyone who of Crawford 1

edling, For Planting At Edwards, tackle; Cunningham, slaughter However, the actual dentally discharged. He was given Therefore, It is hereby resolved wishes to donate some should leave Lawtey and Starke road. ;
Cost ackle; Griffin, .end; Friedman, weight at the time of purchasemay medical attention immediately, and that the action of the board relative them at the relief headquartershere. of i
end;; Parnell, quarterback; Vaga, be used as live weight in the was rushed by ambulance to Jack to this matter upon the date $937.50. ponds west of Ziff, p::

e million pine seedlngs are fullback; Staffort, halfback; Miller, direct meaning of the regulations sonville. last aforesaid be and it is hereby The r 4 t

growing in the RaIford nurs- halfback. prescribed, providing the hogs are Relatives of the wounded 'man, rescinded, vacated, and annulled. program arranged for Saturday Sanitary toilets, Brooker, $262.

f the State Forest Service and -. shipped direct to the slaughter who were with him at the time the Done at a special meeting of the Chimes night "includes "When the Rising school bus and U. S. mall '
Rang a ?
on be distributed at coat tore More Opposition Begun house for Immediate slaughtering accident occurred, stated that the Board of County Commissioners of Lucille Mitchell, reading assisted by Miss route, $1,051.50. p

for reforesting Idle lands within three days after purchaseis revolver was discharged, when he Bradford County, State of Florida, chorus of voices by a Repairing'county road number '
state. *.' Against "Illegal Taxes"JACKSONVILLE. made. accidentally tripped and fell. The this 16th day of December, A. D. Christmas eight carols.singing familiar fifteen extending south from Road

acres can Immediately be. put Every processor of hogs must inventory bullet entered the tJUicmen, and 1933, __ audience will be asked The to entire 28 beyond overpass to Clay County I, ''I(
Dec. 21. as to weight'and count, The clerk was Instructed to fur- join line, $2,247,
>rk if planted to pine seed- wall believed to have lodged th of In the singing of "How
and they should return a (FNS)-Confirming reports fromTallahassee" his hogs as of the first moment of near the hip.: nish the State Treasurer with a foundation" at the Firm a Repairing county road which '
above the small cost of Col. W. E. Kay, general November S, 1933, and commencingthat copy of the said resolution, and beginning of leaves hard road
re- solicitor for the Atlantic CoastLine Dr. E. L. Biggs, attending physician the services, and "Joy to the number 68 near : .
date he must record
atlon to the within keep a directed that when payments are Graham and
owner railroad's considered that an immediate World" at the conclusion. runs south to Doan
y years. Mr. Weddell estl- stated today this of the live weight and number of operation was necessary, and made made on matured Interest coupons Bridge on Santa Fe River '
that the planting will cost tax department, attorneys and auditors hogs put in process each day. the with that the names and addresses of 1,352.05..
are busy checking. the tax trip the wounded man o Strict Rules Urged
$4 per acre for the seedlings, which Jacksonville, in a DeWitt C. Jones various owners of Bradford Upkeep of highways, Starke f ,
levies In counties through ;
'County road bonds be furnished For Bus Drivers ?
ss, labor, and plowing of fire ambulance. 1,884..
the Coast Line operates and will Health Report and that the securing of this Infer i
ask injunctions against collectionof Mr.: Alderman. is a son of G. W. matlon be a condition of payment. TALLAIIASSEE, Dec. '21. Cleaning ditches of hard road
Forest Service recommends and excessive levies, similar Alderman, who for Starke 1584.
illegal many years ,
The board instructed Frank (FNS-) .Governor Sholtz,
part.rees be Closer spaced spacing ten to will twelve cost to those withheld In recent Seaboard Given By Nurse served as clerk of the circuit court Primmer, ,architect, to furnish grieved as are citizens throughout deeply Work may be begun on these 4 I I ;
for Bradford
Air Line tax payments, County. elder
and will alter thin- plans for an extension to the county the state, over the two school bus project at once although most re-
'require excessive Mr. Alderman, and other relatives
like wherever such illegal or court house to be submitted to accidents occuring last week, has employmed men are at the present
but will produce better levies found to have been made. and friends made the trip to Jacksonville -
the Civil Works Administration as called for complete reports from engaged In old projects
r. Wider spacing Is likely to Discussing the situation with Mr*. Alvarez Tell Of Work with the wounded nn..
a project worthy of approvaL This the two county school boards totaling approximately $44,772.43.
In trees and low School'
bushy grade Colonel Done At During The accident occurred-about inld-
Kay pointed
newspapermen extension If approved, will be combined where the accidents took place. "I These old projects include mostly
r. For the ten by ten spac- Term! afternoon.
out that the collection of certain -
with want theMe accidents drainage ditches and work
a repair job on the same investigatedto onschool
will take 435 trees per acre,
levies in counties has .
many the fullest bus and rural mall routes.
building ,
the Governor -
305 trees are needed for been enjoined for the past five The following report of health DR. KINCAID DIES'SUDDENLYIN said. .
i by twelve spacing. years and the Issues are still before work being carried on in the Bradford TAMPA

seedlings can be obtained bya he courts, but that some county County High School was filed More Recruits As chairman of the State Boardof Train Kills Man

farmers who agree to plantIn officials, disregarding the Inevitable this week by Mrs. J.. :M. Alvarez, Word was received here Wednesday ". Education, the Governor has

Florida for $4 per thou- rights of the taxpayer, continue to school nurse I evening of the sudden death of ailed upon W. S.: Cawthon, State
plus as then for the i All elementary grades are being Dr. J. W. Kincaid-of /Superintendent of Public Instruction -
express, as long make the same levies same Cattlesburg,
la the state nursery lasts. allegedly Illegal: or excessive pur- examined for hook worms; this Ky., who with Mrs. Kincaid, was For CCC Needed for complete reports on all I'' Near Keystone
I school bus drivers
work most complete. their names,
should be sent to the Statery poses. spending the holidays in Tampa E9'
here or to the Foreste Colonel Kay feels keenly, at this A contest for general health with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A, ages, sex, and physical conditions. -

Tallahassee. line, the desirability of taking the 'work Is being carried on. Two banners I 0.. Durden.Dr. Young Men Are Asked To ApplyAt The Governor expressed the Engineer Thinks Fanner Walking V 1

Forest Service will loan the : public and general taxpayer fully I' will be given-one to first and Mrs. Kincaid had recently Relief! HeadquartersOr limits opinion for that bus there should be age Down Railroad Tracks Is vt i"Playing"
grade, the other. to grades above drivers and said the
into the railroads' confidence In : Camp
i>ary setting equipment, and visited Mrs. Kincaid's brother-
,Late board
first sixth best might also require
through doing
end a man to supervise the : these matters so that they maymake n-law and sinter, Mr. and. :Mrs. O. rigid 11I. :,,
nr. The planting season ina the same claims for relief In 'health work. ,These banners are L. Beasley, at their home on Walnut Local men will be enrolled to drivers physical examinations of bus William Lloyd Rodkney, 27-year-

runs from about the middle their payments. He Intimated that presented by committee on sanitation Street, for several 'days en bring the: quota of all C. C. C. before employing them. old farmer of Lake Geneva, died I.

ember to the middle of Feb- taxpayers who desire to know the and health.A route to Tampa i for the holidays, amps: to a full strength of 200 enlisted The regulations of the State Saturday night of injuries sustained }

However If the soil be- result of the Coast Line's checkupcan poster contest in elementary and were planning to reside In Bra- men. according to word Just Board of Education, which govern when he walked down the '
dry, .planting should cease secure the Information from grades is being held, showing denton for the remainder of the received by the Florida Forest the hauling of children to and from middle of a railroad track directly'

conditions are favorable, The county tax collectors and county health rules. Prize offered by winter months.Mr. Service in Tallahassee.. schools In buses, provide that drivers Into a northbound Georgia Southern -' ; .

of the seedlings to be planted i commissioners as soon as the job school nurse. and :Mrs. Beasley left 1m me- Enrollment is to be carried on must be not less than eighteen A Florida train near Keystone
I not be allowed to.dry out. -checking up Is completed by the Mrs. Alvarez has been 111 for lately for Tampa upon receipt of during the period of January 2 to year old, In good health and physically Heights. He received a fractured '

ey are not to be planted at I, Coast Line's auditors. :sometime and unable to be at the death message, and will accompany January 10, 1934, inclusive, and sound and alert, have normal skull, Internal Injuries and a broken

they should be heeled in, and'.Taxpayers in counties served by 'school, but has accomplished considerable the body to Cattlesburg will be bandied by the camp super- hearing and vision, good moral leg and arm.

f g? the planting process they ; the Seaboard can secure
be kept In water until set. from the tax: collectors, as W. L. by Miss Essie Sapp and''members rday.:_ local: agency. It has not yet been liquors, albs to control children name was not learned, said he saW' ffl,

lines should be maintained Stanley, of that line, has writtentax ,of the Little Women's Club. learned, however,. how many men on the bus' drive skillfully Rodkney approaching, but thought r ,Y i

excessive and illegal levies ,Misa Martha Brownlee in the phys The office of the State Motor Local experienced men of any regulations and rules of the road, blowing hIs whistle and applied his k

in full. ical examinations, In the absence of Vehicle department report that the age of marital status may be ac- take kindly interest In the childrenhe emergency brakes when Rodkney'; 4' {
his Mrs. Alvarez, who will resume her automobile for 1934 cepted although men 18 to transports. Drivers also are required '
Colonel Kay expressed approval new tags are young continued to stay on the track but (
of the Seaboard's public an- work at school after Christmas. being! ,purchased more promptly 25 years of age will be given pret- to stop at all railroad crossing could not stop In time to avoid C
nouncement of last week of the Health booklets have been madeIn than last year. Receipts last year erence. These, individuals will be ,. Further, the regulations pro striking him.

For policy of keeping the general pub- most of the rooms, Illustratingthe for the first half of December totaled selected from relief lists where vide that buses must have reliable i '
4 Months A suicide theory waa advanced.
lic advised and also commended health rules. $98,278. For the same period they are available although the steering gear and brakes. I but
wife said
Rodkneya she knewof
Comptroller J. :M. Lee for his letter Poems, songs, and plays on this year the department has received camp superintendent Is empoweredto -- .
no reason for him to have taken
to tax collectors requesting widespread health are being given. Personal $80,175. The price of tags select such men not now on re- ROAD PATROL PLACED his x
own life. 1
Pelt Issue Order Making publicity be given the Infor- and room neatness are being was reduced about one-third by the lief lists but eligible for Federalaid. ON COUNTY HIGHWAYS a
Rodkney was formerly of Dun- i
K.V Continue In Effect mation so that the smaller taxpayer stressed. 1933 Legislature, Indicating that These must be certified by local bar Pa. ,,
Until Spring and home owners may, if A poster contest for Junior High a ''larger number of plates have authorities. The employment Melvin McKinney was this week ,
they desire, take advantage of the pupils la the latest health project been distributed In order to obtain will cover a period to terminate appointed road patrolman for The body was placed ra the care

!'Went Roosevelt sought to findings of the railroad auditors. Mr. Nasworthy, of the Tip Top he same amount of revenue. between March 31 and April 15, Bradford County in compliancewith of DeWit C. Jones Company. Fu- y

tie economic recovery mar Comptroller Lee recently stated Grocery, has offered a prize to the 1934. a telegraphic request from floral arrangements have not been

against any let-downs this that the man with forty acres and Junior High for best poster on GET PE."iSIONICJlECKS I' Interested persons should get in Governor Dave Sholtz. The ap- completed, and It i Is probable that a'
With wholesome food. Each poster Is to More than '1800 Confederate olntment of the remains will be sent to Rodkneys .
two patrolmen in
movthe exten- a mule i ia entitled to the same relief touch with local relief\ agencies or each
of f his blanket re-employment the railroads get in the courts show one kind of food, vegetables, eterana1 I and widow have their the camp superintendents county is a part of the Governor's former home for burial. f .

!lent and the concentration and the new policy of the railroads fruit, milk products, cereals, etc. December pension checks today- highway safety campaign. Surviving are Rodkney's wife
e many-faceted units of the in giving the Information to the Posters'will be judged by their In ample time to meet their ASKS FOR SCHOOL TAXES Aa there is no provision In the and his father and mother, Mr. and f.

"52 recovery agencies. litUe fellow If he wants It, finds clever or artistic arrangement, and Christmas needs Comptroller Le Appealing In behalf of Florida's county bullet for"a road patrol, Mrs. B. L. Rodkney.. rS
extension for another four the comptroller sympathetic.pagainstucmfwysbrdcmtwypsthrd. Information as to food values. Con started mailing these checks! out school teachers Comptroller J. :M. efforts are being made to have Mrs." >MM-M MM MMMMMM

!" of the re-employment test closes January 15, at which Monday so they would. all be received Lee has written every railroad op- him paid by the Civil Works Ad- Wla. Adele Buzz of Waukeska, ,
"meat was designed to cover time all posters shall be handed In by the 20th.. erating In the state, asking that ministration. a divorce from August

th4 temporary codes the eatthirty !- gram in the trades and industries." to Mrs. Alvarez. The poster as i taxes levied for school purposes be -.-._- Buzz, dairyman, because he

per cent of Industries At the, same time, he definitely completed,,_will be on display, at the MISS JORDAN HERE: paid before Christmas to make certain FIRE AT LAWTEYFire smoked his pipe In bed and allowed
: .
have M< .to> come In under' established a policy of tying together TipTop. :Miss'Pearl Jordan,,former horn that there are funds available late Sunday afternoon coroletely '- only one,quart of milk a, day .for

,iIl4 permanent .set-up: Mr. under the direction of a m demonstration agent for Bradford to pay salaries.,In time for the destroyed the home of J.H. family;use. ,

tit aatd that "In the 'pnidst ingle leader, Frank C. Walker, the BIRTHS County,''waa In Starke this week Christmas season. The Comptroller Carradln east of Lawtey. The V. S. Webb general

ateI' &I1d with maoy perllOll8 whole recovery machinery. Including Mr. and Mrs. Albert Murray, lisa Jordan la now employed by called J attention to the ruling of names started In the attic where it, !of 'California baa'held, attorney

work it fa essential that the I the NRA the several farm re- Mlddleburg. girl December 18. the Civil Works Administration Attorney General Landis that waa thought was caused by a defective for hla office

Yew should not bring with It, Jahl1ltdlnn agencies and the,horn* Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Starling, ,and waa here for an Inspection of school taxes can be pailS prior to : flue The lot was partially : thirty,. he years announced and will for be a candidate 1

clown In the recovery pro- i loan corporation 'Graham, boy, December 20. the, women' work center other taxes. ts,. cdvered by I insurance: tlon next year "-.lee.

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i stitutions. Third, .they said that export
RISING I UAMPTON BOOTSEY'S BEACH BROOKER, BOB JONES they will not any more, give their 3,500,00railroad\ ties annually
; t f Mr. H. H. J cRC... .1:1.:: Ada Nlntmo Cs,. L. Gask/a.. rooll' 1H\m\ Vera Gainer Cor. money to support a minister who -
''p'' does not stand for, or a program STOP \T

1"s a OMMENTS which does not stand for the or-

? Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Thomas and Mrs. M. Green of Sanderson ar- Miss Lucille Crawford entestaln- P-T. A -MeetingThe (1 OM thodox, evangelical position.The VIOLA'SFor

children were visiting relatives In rived here this week and will spendthe ed several of her friends Saturday P.-T. A. held Its regular < ; HERE question arises, What responsibility -

PFr 4 Ileilbronn section Saturday and holidays with her parents, Mr night with a weiner roast and meeting Thursday December 14. ANDHEREAFTER. do I have about the

and Mrs. W. A. Meads. dance at her home. The guests The president Mrs. T. C. Hazen, contribution of money to a cause Good Sandwiches

Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Johns were were invited out on the lawn where presided over the meeting. Plans which, from a religious stand pointIs nod
I 'r- Mrs. Walter Underhill and transacting business in Jacksonville roasting welners and read II I the Sec.
they enjoyed for an Arbor Day program for the not sound? We ? ICE
+I'} laughter, Gladys, motored to Jacksonville this week. later* they gathered in the living school were discussed. G. E. Mc It has been my privilege for the I ond Epistle of John that we are not COLD BEER

t Wednesday. J. R. Colley pf Starke spent the room where dancing was enjoyed Gauley, Mrs. B. F. Hazen and Mrs. last few days to attend the Na- to receive Into our homes or bid Ask For Our Price on c.!..,

yp Mrs. Evelyn Crosby and Mrs. week-end with his family here. until about 11:00: o'clock:: when they W. D. Webb were appointed as a tional Convention of Young Peo God speed to any man who brings Adjolnlni.

yq Beulah Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. R. :Erlngle, who has been departed reporting a nice time. committee to draw up a resolutionIn pie's Fellowship Clubs. This con- another message except the gospel Sinclair Service Station

t41'' I L. A. Crosby were visiting relatives visiting her children in Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford, memory of Eld. J. H. Kelley. A vention was held in the Bob Jones of Christ. This epistle is explicit. Where You Get Your ... ..
In Starke Sunday.Mr. and Olu tee, returned to her home Mrs. J. Roy Quinn and Mrs. J. L. program was presented by severalof College at Cleveland, T nn. There If we entertain a modernistic minIster Attmmorlr '

and Mrs. N. D. Green and here this week. Gasklns attended church at Union the school children. Mrs. Gussle were approximately five hundred in our home or support him
1 Satorday and Sunday. Mae Boree's room received the young people in the convention. with our we are a party -
't y Mr. and Mrs. Claud Green and Mrs. C. A. Blrt had as her guest money I r
and Mrs. G. W. Andrews and banner for of I They came from all sections of the Johns to the of -
j children, all of Hellbronn, were visIting this week her mother, Mrs. A. Laneof Mr. highest percentage so says program
'> relatives here Friday. Tampa. Mrs. Mary Reddish of New River attendance. United States. These young peopleare that minister.

Rev. G. E. McGauley of Brooker. spent Sunday here' the guests of normal healthy, bright and Why
Miss Ida Mae Norman of Vanderbilt I .
i t They represent about ( .I.KIIKSKtarke : nF.POnT
nt } t, i section was a dinner guestof pastor of the Baptist Church here, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Reddish. I Local snappy. Florida I I 1, 1983. !
4': three hundred local clubs. Every o'eo"e;:
1 Report of the t I t CircuitCourt ,
S of Misses Ida Mae and Ruth Lewis will fill his regular appointmenthere Mr. and Mrs. M. Thompson Marlon Hlzen! of Brandon spent member of the organization has for Bradford County, Florida Liquid Laxativesare

i.. Sunday. Sunday morning and evening. spent! Sunday at Woodlawn the the weekend here with his parents signed a pledge to read his Bible on account of taxes afmetised for the I
Miss Cleo Saxon was shopping In guests of Mr and Mrs. Moncy ;year 1933.
Mr and Mrs. E. M. Hazen.H. .
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott and dally to pray alone In secret at C. A. KNIGHT. Tax Collector
Jacksonville this week. Thompson.We P. Galney was attending to County ProperTo Back in Favi
fly children spent last Sunday with least twice a day to attend relig-
Mrs. J. P. Sullivan spent last are very sorry to report Mrs.I. business In Starke Monday.Mr. balance due Nov. 1.._____f8,429.4f
Mr. Motfa mother, Mrs. MartMott
ious regularly, especiallyprayer
with her A. L. and By amount collectedTo
Sunday sons B. Thompson on the sick list this .
and Mrs Smith and
4 at Hellbronn Springs. Hogan meeting, and to try to win balance due Dec. 1______ 8,42941
f Cleveland Sullivan, of Theressa. week. We all her
hope a speedy children of Sampson were visiting to Jesus Christ. Fine and ForfeitureTo
fS Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Connor and Mr. and Mrs. J. Pursley have returned recovery. Mr.and Mrs L. L. Morgan Sunday. balance due Nov. 1______ 4,816.81
Miss Vera Lee Lewis were shopping from a visit with relativesIn E. J. Roberts of Lawtey spent ..---- The motto of the Young People's Hy amount collected_ "_u___
u'' ?M!, in Gainesville Thursday.J. Palatka. Fellowship Club Is "Have a good To balance due Dec. 1------ 4816.81
here the
f Wednesday guest of Mr. AIR SERVICE TO CUBA: Cmitty Road end Irlda.
W. Buddlngton and daughters, .-- and Mrs. R. N. Crawford.. time In a Christian way." This is' To balance due. Nov. 1_-___ 9.633.61 The public is fast
Gwendolyn and Ernestine formerly TAMPA-Following dedication a good motto. The only wayto Hy amount collected_______ of liquid returning toUx
To balance due Deo. ______ laxatives. People|
of R. I. of SUGAR MILL OPERATING have a good time Is to have it in a 1 9,633.61 h
,a Bradford spent part ceremodles which were attended by I' County School General learned that the properly
l'' last week here with Mr and Mrs. EVERGREEN thousands of Tampans recently, the Christian way. I have been In the To balance due Nov. 118,056 liquid laxative will bring a prep
H. M. McRae. CLEWISTON-Operation of the giant Pan-American Clipper soared ministry since I was a boy fifteen By amount collected__-_._.. movement without a.y: diicon per
'r r'' t Miss Vesta McRae spent the I 1111''.. F. A. Roller Cor. United States Sugar Corporationmill Into the air on her Initial trip to i years of age and I have preachedto To balance due County Dec.Poll 1.16,056.112 at the time, or after

I ,,. week-end with Miss Leola Norman began here last week. The Havana, Inaugurating the regular I multiplied thousands of people. To balance due Nov. ._?... 448.00 beThvariedd
4 In Woodlawn section. acreage in cane which supplies the Tampa-Havana service. With the The only happy people I have ever By amount collectedTo l toosuitithedneed!
:: d
Mr. and Mrs. Schellie Rosier The bet- balance due t Tec. 1448.00
mill is the seen are Christian people. individual.
1, Mrs. T. N. Norman and Miss approximately same as beginning of operations of the Pan- Total Kub-Srhool! It-icnlnr action can Urn
Elizabeth Harnage were visiting were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marlon last season but favorable growing American Airways system in Tam ter Christian they are, the happier To balance due Nov. 1U.68.S1 regulated. A child is easily given
S'' Carter Sunday afternoon. conditions and improved varieties they are. By amount collected----- right dose. And mild
r' pa the leading ports of thirty-two liquid lauli
here Thursday Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier were I To balance due Deo. 1______14468,81 do not irritate the
l will enable the mill to show an Increase countries and colonies of the West The national convention went on 'total SBb-Hchool/ flooded kidneyi.
I Merry Christmas to all! visitors to Starke Saturday after in tonnage over last year. Indies, Central and South Americawill record concerning several very Interesting To balance due Nov. 1._... 9,161.83 Doctors are generally agreed I|
Last season tons of issues. First said By amount collected senna is the best
be laxative
noon.Misses sugar easily' and speedily reachedby they far -
to balance due Dec 1 9161.83
Effle and Griffis
Gladys were manufactured in Florida's"Sugar this modern air transport sys- that they know young people and AirrlcDlturalTo body. Senna is a natural laxalw!
of Pine Grove spent Friday with : bowl." tem. that young people are tired of the balance due Nov. 1__.-.?. 802.80 does not drain the system like
Mrs. Schellie Rosier. world By amount of modern
a jazz spirit the
To balance due Dec. 1. 802.80 Dr.
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddingand Agriculturally, Manchuria Is one A half-million farmers lost their ,and that they want the old time WlilOW'll PetlMloltTo Caldwell' Syrup:' Pepsin L
i JUST daughter were visiting his of the most favored spots in the status as landowners in the last religion. Second, they said that balance due Nov. !.-_.? 802.80 liquid laxative which relies on K
._______ for its
1 mother, Mrs. H. F. Redding Sun- : By amount colle<'ted action. It bu
Far East.
three years. the young people are in rebellion To balance due Dec. 1_____ 80280 average person's bowels
I day. toed mid HrlilKP interest is regain
I S against the modernistic messagesof clockwork in few
Mr. and Mrs. Ury Reddish and Farmers' Union branches are be- :The California Highway Patrol ministers in and tUnltlnv rand a lima
some supposedly or- To balance due Nov. 1_____.28,90084
"" children spent Sunday with their I ing organized throughout northern haa prohibited speed tests of auto- thodoz churches and against the To amount collected.______. You can always get Dr. C-ldm
RECEIVEDOur I daughter, Mrs. Cohen Peele. Ireland. mobiles on state highways. rationalistic, behavioristic tenden-j To balance due Dec. 1______28,90084 Syrup Pepsin at any drugstore,re
---- --. A. J. THOMAS, Circuit Clerk. I for use. Member N. K.A.

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; drnls, Patrons and Alumnae. Mlddleton's Protege Display ( -. SCM TRAr1Qs SET Fme TIwe > Mlddleton's Curse Frrwnts Subject: A vision of world peace. .
Promising Talent In Chapel a School With Curtains For Golden Text: "The earth shall
' Friday r SCHOOL vvouse t Cw NIGHT; Ass Stage be full of the knowledge of the :
I bY4M -95Ha'S wwueoCP.MT CleNtTile 6iraa0l Lord as the waters cover the Sea."

Miss Mlddleton's 1 The Spoken English class undoubtedly Isaiah ll:0aLesson : .
UOlfaedEdltorlnChlefroth Spoken English 5 1fWf Have NO ScrtooiBOVD 'httr iV .tiblteCJ
took Into consideration
__Asst. Editor-in-Chief class conducted four features of Text: Islah 11:1-0.
. [n. Johns-)' Sapp_____Manas-Ins; Editor their production In chapel Friday, r Titer \ AwoTttEltj4 ; scmoas iI .. the fact that it is more blessed to Time and Place of Lesson: About : 1'

nlter 1larley__Aset. Manae. Editor of which they were In charge. A hs1S CIwcM t.. give than It Is to receive for they 740-700 B C.; Jerusalem ",

____EcnangEditor refined sort of entertainment 10"4 n. n CbrLMUwLa pl'ii..te.aet
| Long.--- Today's lesson Is based on verses A'
j 1 CArtT HARDIY,. '. '' 11.. wtao of curtains to the school for the
Marwlck__.Asst. Ex. Editor presented by this class which 'f .
otb? spe- -- ro' ?(tv ttM + 1-0-Inclusive of Chapter 11 of the !
[,!be Jackson. .-_ Literary Editor caillzes in dramatics. M. gUEVti tT -t"' twla rredwl. stage. Those curtains are various Book of Isaiah, which reads as follows -
Lime, Snyder Asst. Literary Editor After Prof. Gray had concluded g011NDS llrt2 A colors on a brown background and : '
|.ter' SchnellSports Editor f o ? will harmonize with any set of fur-
announcements, Mrs. Wall con- Tats "',I<< t
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lie i Blgff*.__> -Aast. Sports Editor r DS wt 3 niture, rug, etc. They were selected -
\t Ad kine.__?___Society Editor ducted three" Christmas songs, Ott1rAM. eo'l. I eGy by Georgia Haynes and Lulu rod out of the stem of Jesse and a ;
Tiry' Godwin._,_---_-.Joka Editor "Jingle Bells "Oh, Come All Ye $HE'S, ,tuRNe'i : h Redgrave and we must say that we branch shall grow out of his roots: t
fff. Anderson Jr., Asst. Joke Editor Faithful," and "It Came Upon a Flltp'lT WA$ \ Tee -- admire their taste very much. They And the Spirit of the Lord shall f t"

Ler Austin-_ ._,,___ _____Reporter Midnight Clear." rL-OREAr't S % along with Bunnie Canova, Kitty rest upon him. the spirit of wisdom ,If
Entertainment "The Gift of the Magi a two- ) and understanding, the spirit of '
Irthn Drownlee_. _____Reporter Hogsed, Martha Brownlee '
Primary and Elementary I act play, written by Martha Erma Stockwell, made these cur- counsel and might, the spirit of ; .
Brownlee taken from O. Henry's tains by hand. The school wishes knowledge and of the fear of the

f story of that name and acted by to thank the Spoken English class, Lord: And shall make him of quick

Of Events19.21Examinations. I Biinnle Canova, Kitty Hogsed, and through this column for their con- understanding In the fear of the
alendar Sidney Hershfleld, depicted a fam- sideration in giving them these Lord: and he shall not Judge after t

ily affair Bomethlnk like this: Kit- cur't11inC.... --.-----. the sight of his eyes, neither reprove -
( ty, the wife, finds that she cannot -' M after the hearing of his ears:

22-Senior Assembly.Chrlstnwa buy Sidney, the husband, a Christ- -- But with righteousness shall he .

program. mas gift because of insufficient "CJUtl8TI\I!Olt"XMAS" judge the poor, and reprove with
23Jan. Christmas Holi funds She to sell Atl .- --
finally decides equity for the meek of the earth ;
days. her beautiful hair to get Sid a We usually think of Christmasas and he shall smite the earth with

chain for his brand gold watch, a tbe-tinv ?f Send..fouling toward ,the-"rod of his mouth, and with the

Jerry Christmas and a Happy gift of his father's. everyone, with a lot of gifts to breath of his lips shall he slay the i

w Year! I When Sid comes In that evening, ( patch up the differences. We buya wicked. And righteousness shall

-- o--- I he expresses intense dismay at the splendid gift, wrap it up in red be the girdle of his reins. Tne !

be days are each divine. They sight of Kitty's shortened hair She and gre paper, take a neat card wolf also shall dwell wits the lamb 1;'

ne and go like muffled and veil- 'I shows him the chain for his watch, and write--but.tight therewe and the leopard shall lie down with .i I Ii

I figures but they say nothing. ''I telling bow fast her hair grows. He blonder. Here's why: the kid; and the calf and the young ,

j we da not use the gifts they says that he's bought her a present r Christmas Is Christ's birthday, lion and the falling together; and j i ,iI

jig, they carry them as silently -some grand hair combs. They and we shooldn't forget Him in any a child hall lead them. And the i t

y.-Emerson. decide to put their presents away of our activities. Remember that cow and the bear shall feed; their 1

-o -- for awhile, since Sid announces He's the Christmas spirit Itself. We young ones shall lie down together: : i

t seems early to be talking that he pawned his watch to get shouldn't let even Santa Claus,detract and the lions shall eat straw like ,

ut New Year resolutions but as those cpmbs! 1k t -r" our devotion and reverence to the ox. And the suckling child .:.. I

Is the last B. H. S. Journal Lester Schnell then gave a hu- "' IJRt'leR.S the Savior on Christmas. But to shall play on the hole of the asp, I ; ,
fil next year we want to remind morous monologue, "I Aaln't Got r -.::,.. get to that "Xmas" business: and the weaned child shall put his !

i to be sure to make some goodYear the Nerve. This number dealt What does that "X" mean, occu- hand on the cocatrlce' den. They ..

r resolutions. How about with an account of his mother-in- pying the position that "Christ" shall not hurt nor destroy In all my

ting that one about never being law, who ate so much that the doc- ESSAY CONTEST : 1933 FOOTBALL LEE GRIDSTERS should? It seems as if we have holy mountain: for the earth shall ,

: oMost said Lester's wife's ma would have author of Christmas, and have Lord, as the waters cover the sea.. \ + ;

Successful Semester to go to a warmer climate. After HISTORY 4 placed a cross mark where His The words "rod out of the stem J

ftow that we have concludedt several unapproved suggestions Seniors Played Their Lust name should be. You say it's to of Jesse," mean that, Jesse the \

may be called one of the most Lester gave up and, securing the High School Football When shorten the word, but, shucks- father of David was the ancestor I '
[cessful semesters since the ex- axe from the woodshed, said: AU Pupils Of Florida Schools Tornadoes Tie Villon III Generals. Combine A and IS Squads don't we noncholantely execute the of the royal line of Judah, the ancestor I 1

nce of our Alma Mater, lets "Here, Doc, you hit her-I ain't Eligible For Entrance Into To Take Locals Into pronunciation of magnanimous also of our Lord, "the Lion > '

the pages just a little further got the nerve." Content The doors of the 1933 football Camp, 19-0 specimens of English vocabularies, of the tribe of Judah." The refer- !

I foresee the future through an season were closed for good when -. and never make a complaint con- enct to the "shoot" out of the
[imlstlc eye, we have incident- Irma Little Stockwell"gave which a poem, A big contest is open to all junIors the Tornadoes battled Union Highto The combined forces of RobertE. cerning their length? Obviously, "stock" or "stump" of Jesse

secured and pursued more "Some Bug, the food impliesthe and seniors of accredited high a 7-7 tie. This concluded the Lee'a A and B teams downed this accusation possesses veracious means simply that the future King

|eflclal knowledge in this semes- eat impression contains that or qualitiesthat we schools In Florida. It la centered Tornadoes' record, .aIx.wins, four Starke's Independents and Torna qualities. So let's take time to is to be 'of the house and lineage ofDavid' ;

work than ever before. Wey germs"run us down"Lulu around the subject "A Pioneer In losses, and a tie. This season was does Friday in a looaly played con- write the whole word. "Christmas"on (Luke 2:4): )." )

depict a mass of Bradford Inevitably Redgrave, Billy Parker, S. My Home Town," and several lIter- a great deal better than last from test on the municipal gridiron. The our greeting and gift cards. I The description given by blah
High School students in a ary minded! students of Bradford the financial locals' teamwork was below the
mty R. Johns, and Martha Brownlee standpoint. and other Old Testament writers,
of of odd- I High have volunteered to write essays average, but little more could be
aipact picture, rows gave a one-act play from "When Nine Seniors nave played their The Question BoxGRAN'PAP of the Messiah, or the Christ, that
wear- and enter the contest. The handed the visitors, though they
pod brains grinding away the Wife's Away," written by Sid- last high school football game. was to come, were given in words
to realize material may be obtained from libraries eked out three markers to chalk up
In mad attempt
ney ,Hershfleld. Billy and Lulu, They are: Captain Frow Strick WI$DOME, Editor and language which led the He-
and aim in life. remlnlscenses of old Inhab- nineteen points The Starke team
|ir ambition motorists, drop in on S. R., whose land, halfback; A. E. Wall, half brew race to expect the promised
itants records in old town toted Starke Florida.
et's applaud and encourage theIce or halls. failed to score, though they ,
wife, Martha, was away. Billy ;back; Sullivan Carter, quarter'' Messiah to come as a temporal
In the contest, the of the during the
who to principal pigskin impressively December 16.
students are
leaves Lulu in S. R's care until he back; Gratton Cooper, fullback; king and ruler to lead the Hebrew
school and who each school will select the best essay first quarter.
duate from a has the auto repaired at a garage. Frank Inman, end; Joe Shuford, Dear Gran'pap: nation to victories over their oppressors
lid like to remain with us a lIt- Lulu and S. R. turn on the radio, and submit it to the judges. end;Norman Johns, guard: William After receiving the kickoff I am engaged to marry Sullivan (the Romans) and make

I longer but they say It will be and hear the answer to a personal Then the officials will select the Schnell, tackle; Palmer Williams, Starke, in a few downs put the ball Carter (keep it a secret, please), them rule the world. Christ's i t
iossary to get along Just a little best six: essays and have the au- Lee's 13 but there to lose It on
problem submitted by Martha his guard; and we might mention Pur on but like to go out with Herbert Kingdom wall really spiritual only, .
thors deliver them from
her in order to accomplish wife, to a famous advisor. S. R. memoryat vis Hazen, who earned a letter as a fumble. Coach Jimmy Madigan Stephens. Not that I love Herbert and the Jews could never accept }
|ir purpose In life. Is very nervous, thinking of Mar- the estate of Irving Bachellor, a guard last season but was forcedto sent in four members of the A more than Sullivan, but--what :I him as the promised Messiah. a t t
author, of Rollins College, besides I
et's dwell once again on the tha's return, and greatly relieved quit this season due to an ankle squad when their goal was threat- want to know Is: Am I being deceptive -
This lesson la also
giving gold medals for the best adopted as a
tter of the three graduates, when Billy returns for Luhi. injury. ened. to my fiance to go out witha
Christmas Lesson for the Sunday
nk Inman, Frow Strickland and Martha does return and finds two.Further Those earning letters this sea The second quarter saw Fall, sublet beau that can furnish me a better School.:
tton Cooper. They have in all Lulu's fur on the table, but S. R. Information may be ob- son are: Captain Frow Strickland, halfback, return Inman's punt time? I don't think so, but I'll dk

inability produced a desired ef- says it's his birthday gift to his tained from Mrs. Carpenter at the halfback; A E. Wall, halfback: 40 yards for a touchdown. The extra take your advice. Thank you, The following statement as to

|t In that high school atmosphereall loving wife. As Martha goes out school bulldftg.Boy ulllvan Carter, quarterback; Grate point try went over. Score, Gran'pap. the origin and growth of "Christ- '

the teachers have askedm into the next room Lulu returnsfor do we hope our representative ton Cooper, fullback; Merrill Edwards Lee 7; Starke 0. LOIS LONG. mas" ia given in Arnold's Com- '

\ to come back and stay the her fur, and S. R. Is out a takes the cup! We'll be thereto quarterback; William Woo. The Generals gained possession Oak Ridge, Florida. mentary on Sunday School Les !

alning four months. One might hundred bucks to buy a new one. cheer him after he. delivers it. ten, halfback; Frank Inman, end; of the oval soon after the kickoff December 18. sons. .

that these boys have subsisted His explanation is that the dog Robert Chapman;' tackle; Norman and Haynes, Lee half, took a passon Dear Lois: I So far as la known there was no

i house of Idle dreams and false destroyed it. Gossip From A To Z Johns guard; Keeffee Harrell cen- his 40 and raced 60 yards for Maybe you think I'm a tight old I observance of Christmas during

llity, but now they will have to The three mid-season graduates, '- J ter; Edwin Torode, guard Herbert another marker, in the same pe- codger, but shuck*--I agree with the first two centuries after Christ

I out Into a life of solemn reality Frow Strickland, Frank Inman and The latest fad now in B. H. S. Is Packham, tackle; Joe Shuford, riod. Extra point try failed. Score, Mae West: "Take all you can get One reason for this was that no e4

ed on eternity and encouraged Gratton Cooper,. were summonedto above all things bandages end; Ronald Pitts, end; William Lee 13; Starke 0. > and give nothing." one knew the time of Christ's birth !'

J eternity Itself. the stage by :Mr. Gray. Each around your ankle. Kitty startedit Schnell, tackle; Gilbert Brown, The third quarter saw few advantageous Lotsa love, and no date for it was generally

JOHN INMAN. gave short talks of appreciation to and the two Lolses and Lillian guard; W. T. Weeks, center; Pal- gains for either team, GRAN'PAP. accepted Rather, the great yearly

I the school and faculty, and were followed suit. (P. S. they go with- mer Williams!, guard, and Percy the time being taken up with unprofitable celebration among Christians com "
heavily applauded.LOST out stockings so that everybodywill Sullivan, guard. Last year's letter- see-sawing. memorated Christ's death and resurrection -

1RIDIRON GOSSIPe see their bandages and ask men who repeated this year are: In the first of the final period, ''ce the time of which was
FOUND, WANTED. OR them what Is wrong.) Strickland Wall Chapman, Har Travis first-string Lee half, lugged known. After a while, however
WllT HAVE YOU T J Christiana realized the of 1 a V
rell, Packham, Shuford, and F d- propriety
the few from
I want to tell you something terrible pigskin a yards ;F
1933 football season brought wards. I celebrating Christ's birth, and In
scrimmage tor a accre. Fullback
that happened the other day. r.
Ii close one of the most success- Brown Mule Lost extra conversion the, fourth century this was doneIn
attempted point
As know the Spoken English
seasons B. H. S. has ever had LOST-One wad of Brown Mule. you many places; but there was not
to left end but
by passing Yancey
class some curtains to the
football. i Finder please return to Frow gave agreement as to the time of the
1SullivanWhatdid Williams nudged him for a somer- Starke, Florida.
school-but that Is not what I was 1
eking Into consideration the Strickland or Sullivan Carter and gonna tell you. They left them in [ Bright Sayings sault. Final score, Lee 19 ; Dec. 12, 1933. celebration. In Rome and the West 9
December 23:
itetl amount of material Coach i receive reward. Starke O. Bradford County Telegraph, began to be observed,
and when
chapel over night they
rson had, we would say it was a but In the East the celebration was Y
went for them, in the morning LOis F. Inman and Cooper's tackling Starke, Florida.Mr. .
Lost say on January 6. We have
at season. Report Card definite
featured Starke's defense, whileRedgrave's Editor:
horror above horrors--some of the c.
'hen looks over the LOST One report card If after you kissed her the other Information that the celebration of '
person boys had used them for towels. We line bucking and punt As December Is the month we
edule and finds listed Northeast found please return to A. E. Wallat night 1RobertShe the birth of Jesus was first ob- ,; ;
hope It won't happen again-but returning stood out offensively. are taught to study about the birth
reward if returnedto told me to call on served In the
school. church
nference teams and teams of our No great of Antl-
boys will be boys, you know. Ballet, General guard, worked wellon and life of Jesus Christ, I ask why
Friday hereafter, because that was och In the 370 A. D.
n class, six wins, one tie and parents. the line. Fall and Haynea' long will thinking persons use the letter year and thatIt
We have a new volley ball court amateur night. was
r defeats opposed by The
is all
right. many.
distance treks featured Lee's of "X" before the word "mas" or buy
Wanted (which some of our more ambitiousPG.'e church In Jerusalem '
'oach with Girl
la well celebrated
very pleased The class had been told by Mrs. fense. The smallest crowd to seea Christmas cards, etc., with little or i'
fine spirit and backing the WANTED-One girl. Mfcst be erected). You just oughtto Chr lt's birth on January 6 at least
!In dot- mention of the true of
Long to write compositions In game many moons faintly no meaning
vn has given the team this year. blond, tall, rather plump, nice com- have seen some of the "Digni which they must not attempt ted the sidelines. Christmas? until the middle of the sixth century -
e school spirit has been very plexion, gray eyes, and must Ware fled Seniors" scrapping with the flights of fancy but should only The dictionary says an "X" la and the Armenians have observed -
'MI. but there is room for Im- lots of lipstick and no rogue. Any- lower classmen to see which should this date to the present day.
to unknown
tell wbaa was really in them. The used signify an quantity -
The Record
""veraent.W' one seeing prospect please notify play first of course, the Seniors star production was turned in by However, the Western date, De-
think the team was at Percy Sullivan at once. cember 23: was gradually!
really acceptedand
won.As A. E. Wall who wrote: I shall In Kansas we bought live trees
peak In the Homecoming game, our "I Heard" editor was un- not attempt any rites of fancy but The,following Is the 1933 recordof to: decorate for the holidays and became an annual Christmas
blocking and being Errand Girl Wanted able to write her column this week festival which has been observed
tackling the Tornadoes:
will write what Is really In me. lame later act them In the yard to enjoy
""tlcularly well executed. WANTED-One girl to carry my I will tell you a little of her new. there la my stummlck, heart Tornadoes 12; Live Oak 0. through the years. by practically all parts of the # '
B. H. or books to school. The job is too by her request.We Christian Church -
S. could have forty two: sandwiches a hotdog, and a Tornadoes 13; Alachua 6. Here In Florida, where roses, ever. since.
:? men reporting for the team, strenuous for me. Girl must be"CoodLookinV are all ,sorry to learn that plug of tobacco.. '(It was really a Tornadoes 13; New Smyrna 6. shrubbery and trees will grow from How much place Is given Jesus

really believe the larger high Anyone wishing one of our past graduates, Milton masterpiece for A. E.) Tornadoes 6; Lake City 32.TOJ'D&does6 cuttings at this time of the year, In the very celebration of his !
tools would have to look out. job| see S. R. Johns immediately. Brownlee of the University of ; St. Augustine 19. to have a dead tree decorated for a birth? If our social life Is kept

\t the end of this school year' Florida ia very 111. We hope that W. T. -I dreamed last night thatI Tornadoes 7; High Springs 19. few days then burn It with rubbish clean: and wholesome, for His sake; I

find in the persons of Strick- "B" Wanted you will soon be up and around, died. Tornadoes 0; Palatka 6. seems such a sad,, needless wasteof it our giving to our friends and }

*per, Schnell. Williams, and for white sweater which I wrote Lula spent the week-end with up? Tornadoes 24; Green Cove Sincerely, II our giving Includes the under- ,y

toe tome of this year's outstand- Santa Claus to bring me. Anyone her sister in Tampa. Springs (Ind.) 0. MRS. S. COURTNEY. privileged 'the sick, the destitute

It Players to leave their Alma having one to spare see Kitty Hog Gossip's "a little stale around In Minnesota, the rust' spreading Tornadoes 18; Jasper 13. the lonely, the despairing; if our .; 6

ter. sed Immediately. here now but I bet I will have so barberry usually can be found In Tornadoes'; Lake Butler 7. Rev. Phillip Groden of Chicago chieldren are frequently reminded .

.Coach regret very much to see much to tell you after the holidays those communities where winter The Tornadoes scored 114 points apologized for repeating an old that at Christina we are rejoicing M

ese boys go end he says if he /Cows should be'dry six weeks or I won't know what to do. rye Is heavily infected with stem to their opponents 108. sermon, saying that a burglar had In the Savior's birth, then we are t ,
d have the.a another year, two months. This gives them a Here's hoping you will aU havea rust. stolen his new one. bringing the Christ-child Into the "

go pe.. chance to build up a reserve for the Merry Christmas and a Happy An Increase In wheat production center of our Christmas hoepltal- '

:**e be do not know if Coach Larson coming year.Prolonged. New Year. As part of the NRA buying cam in Europe excluding Soviet Russia, A new club for women organized icy. .

with us ne t year, aa It baa paign In laalla, Calif., the entire was shown In crop estimates made n London requires that candidatesFor .
7 rumored'that he will be at a cold storage baa been Junior workers In 4-H Clubs may police force was equipped with new public by the Institute of Agri- membership be able to smoke a There are 2,800,000 Angora
'Set high schooL found to free apples of insects. teach the grown-ups. I uniforms. ,culture. pipe properly. In Texas."Ae.pno goats

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Eastern Star OfficersAre Sunday School Christmas Dinner Fined for fishing, Charles Morseof NOTICE) TO bERTons, -

InstalledThe At Presbyterian Chicago asked the court to pay CREn1TogeANh

/: $ Starke Chapter Order of The Sunday School i MENUSMENU him for the day's work he had lost persons Notice having I. hereby Cain'h| t or, ,' t i
etylJ waiting to be tried. .; against the Ellilltl( "'"Own' ,
Eastern Star. bell U its regular the Presbyterian' .Church e.iHt! sTMA1s tteceased, to file (fh,''I i r I Week
meeting Monday evening/at the held -at the manse 'Frld JIoj ', "BTKCIAI' MAiTKU'S SALE office of E. K. p. 'ms lftti
Masonic Hall,'at which time) the Installation noon, December""22? a\14OO: 'os, Oysters Notlc by I virtue in hereby of that given certain that ..lindenand final\ Judge, in the Court> K /doss"
of the new officers took A very interesting: : decree of foreclosure le l entered fool"" Coual,.."Vloi'Id Br".
Christmas Candlelight place. Christmas carols and j Mangoes Celery' Stuffed Olives by Hon. A. Z Ad It Inn, Judge of calendar months if."" ,, ,'"'' 'lui1<<
Reception HonoringRev. Tomato Soup the Circuit Court of Bradford County the first publlcatloi, < "It <
And Mrs. Montgomer Service Sunday The hall was beautifully decorated be given by member of Florida, In Chancery, In that certain And those Indebted. ''u nOtl lr
; with floor baskets of mary and jun1 Roast Turkey, Cranberry Jelly cause pending In said Court tate. are required to ,1.ald. ito
polnaet- ; "
a The Woman's Missionary Societyof :( The annual Christmas candle tins and other Christmas greens. lowing the program will Roast Sweet Potatoes= wherein James A. E.H. Goodfellow Ware In complainantand et al are This the the undersigned 16th day of.d.n'. D., '' -the lrillr'Ian'*
the Methodist Church will givean light service will be held* at ,th. Mrs. Delia Green of Tampa from Santa Cla ,and Mashed Turnips defendant., tbe undersigned Special/ MAUD M. : 'r. 19'
]Matter will sell to the highest bidder :;:
English DEWEEK"
informal in honor of Presbyterian Church Sunday,eve.
reception presided'aa Installing WILHOS'121614tI15
grand conductress for cash In front of the South ,
their new pastor and his wife); Rev, fling. December 24, at 6:30: o'clock officer and was assisted B. Y. P. U. PartyThe Orange Celery Salad door of the County Court Hotno In Ad "ratrlO:
{' And Mrs B. M. Montgomery, when the following program will English Plum Pudding Htarke, Bradford County Florida. on
by Mrs. Salome Maines of Lake : ,'
senior BY. P. U. Monday January let A. D 1984, and
5'I Thursday evening: the '28th'at be given: Butler as acting grand chaplain; tertalned recently by Fruit during the legal hours of Male, the MOWS TilE TIME
8:00: o'clock, at the Woman's Club Organ Prelude-Mrs. E. M, Da Mrs. Verdie Futch as acting grand following described property In
'1 Gassett at her home on MRS S. S. PAUL. Bradford County, Florida, to.wlttSoutheaHt For
v? building. vis. marshal, and Mrs. Nelle Hicks of Street, ,which was ,_ Route 1, Box 70, Quarter of Southeast ;
d Pastors of the other churche4 (in Violin Solo, "Adagio" from Suite Waldo, as acting grand organist rated with Christmas ,. th': ,ldial iFlorida., Southwest, Quarter Quarter and East of Southeast Half of OYSTERSAlHO
p Starke and their congregations are No. 3 (Hies)-Alice Fernandez. Mrs. J. B. Ackley of Hampton, Who Games ; Quarter, all In Section 21; also
cordially Invited to join the Methodist Is an officer of the grand chapterof I were enjoyed I beginning, at Northeast cornerof
_ J Informal Vocal Solo, "Christmas! Song'AdamJobn program was given as : CHRISTMAS DINNER!: Section: 28 and run South on
in this -
people reception. Connecticut, was a distinguished
PowelLScripture Section line 1020 feet thence BARBECUEThe
( A Norman
reading by
1 ,. guest at this meeting. Assorted Bits of FruitsIn West 1620 feet, thence North
A of music and read- and Invocation-Dr. O. a solo by Miss!!! Frances 1020 feet thence Kant 1620 feet
program Visitors from Wal- in
were present
Grapefruit Town
f # to point of beginning all of
and solo
a piano by
H. way
ings will be under the direction of liowry. do, Lake Butler and Green Cove Soup of Tomato, Cold or Hot Bald land being In Township 6
Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and competent Quartette "In a Manger"-Eve- Springs chapters. hostess. i with Saltines South Range 22. East: and containing ... HALL'SBarbecue ,
committees will look after other lyn Stump, Marjory Stump, Isabel During the social period an iced Late In the evening New. Radishes Mixed Pickles 1VO acres A.moro 8:. CREWS or Place I
t, details of entertainment. Fernandez, Alice Fernandez. course was served by the committee. freshments were served. New Onions Special Master.
KNIGHT & KNIQIIT. fetarke, Fla.
: Near
Vocal Solo, "There's a Song In Those enjoying this Peanut Pecans Solicitor: for Complainant, Seaboard StationGHRISTMAS
the Air" (Oley Speaks)-Evelyn were: Miss!-Audrey. Rice Roll or Vegetable Loaf 12-lB3t13-2B| |

NAT SEZ: + a Stump. Special Christmas ServicesAt Frances Hemingway, Or any other kinds-of Meats m____ _
7 Reading, "The Christmas SI- Churches Sunday beth Craig, Miss Eunice Mashed Turnips Baked Potatoes
Miss Ella Maude Gllsson, Mixed Vegetable SaladIn
lence" (Margaret DeLand)-Luclle
1 This story handed me a laugh Mitchell. Sunday morning at the Baptist ginia, Alvarez, Mlga .Nest of Greens!!! of
'y y a BO I'll pass it on to you, maybe Church a very lepeclal Christmas ingway, Miss iHazel Chinese Cabbage Mustard 6REETINfi
ybu'lllaugh too: Duet, "The Star"-Evelyn Stump musical has been '
program arranged Clarice GillJ: bliss 'Japanese Turnips
o t a. It has to do and Alice Fernandez. by the choir leader, Mr. John H. .
liter, Miss Edith Jones with Stuffed Dilled Pickle Rings
_ with the little Offertory Solo, "Theme' ," from Powell, with Mrs. K. L. Biggs as Gasaett AlKay Carlisle and Home-made Mayonnaise

lad whose mamma Fifth Symphony by Tschalskow- accompanist. A very interesting wards, Johnny, Greens chooped fine or cooked -........ Since 1859 we have been cater.
p ,y took him to sky- -Mrs. E. M. Davis. ,program has been arranged and son Turner, Albert Shirley Sauce Blueberry Jelly r-\" inn to Christmas appetles. \Ve
one of New Male Quartette, "Silent Night" the: public, Is invited to attend this Kruae, Norman Midrew, Corn Bread and Biscuits think we have learned to do it

d '' York's largestdepartment r (Frans Gruber). service. Pender, O. K.. Copeland Cheese, Pumpkin or Sweet better through the years. And
vl s
+ t Piano Solo, Prelude, opus 28 Sunday evening toe churches of Pippen, Williams Crews!!!, Potato Pie' I we are proud that we have
stores in order (Chopin)-Marjory Stump. the town will unite with the Methodist Doyle and Mrs.'R. A. Ice Cream with Strawberries
;;ri- i to see Santa f Sextette "God Rest You Merry helped to place many foods, formerly
Church when under the direction Food Cake with :Peppermint
(, Claus. The kid Gentlemen" Estelle Kendrick KIRS. CAItR1ER 11 A the luxuries of the
of Mrs.: A. Z. Adklns and Icing
roamed around Lois Long Luclle Funeral services wealthy within reach of
Evelyn Stump were Milk tITA1lI1HED every.
Mr. John Powell, the different Cane Juice
the toy department Mitchell Isabell Fernandez, Mar- choirs of the churches will present day morning'at 10:00': I N5I body's purse. Here's joy to you

and paid jory Stump. a beautiful program of Christmas Antioch Church for Mrs. MRS. S. COURTNEY. and all of you on Christmas Day
attention Violin Solo "Prelude" from Suite Holder 74 who died ; II'WHERfECONONY EL
,+ very music and a'treat Is in store for Starke, Florida.
t to the be-whlskered gent. for violin and piano (Albert those who attend. Gainesville at the home of -
Finally, when theiboy r h4d Spaldlng)-Alice Fernandez. in-law, M. L. MaJphurs. CHRISTMAS DINNER
mounted horse &n' <\'i was' Benediction. Rev. 'Walter'Par .r',bad SUGAR 5Lbs. 25c
away Baptist W. M S.
rocking to his heath content : I of the service and. Oyster Cocktail
Santa walked overto< Jml The business and program meetIng made in the family plot Cream Tomato Soup
l+ He patted the child's head.apoke> of the Woman's Missionary Society church cemetery. Roast Turkey'with Dressingand MILK I 3 Tall Cans 17c
softly to him I and thek'turned of the Baptist Church was The deceased-twas,a Giblet GravyCranberry
S away. ,' ? j ATLASThe held at the church: Monday after- dent of Alachu County: Sauce
_ That night, at home, daddy(Vas noon at 3:00: clock, with Circle band preceedei} her to' .Potatoes Creamed Onions 1-Lb. :2-iJn :5-Lb,
given a full report of tbs xlay/s:/ No. 3 charge of the pro- three years ago. Baked Squadh GRANDMOTHER'S Delicious Cake Cake Cake
excitement. He looked proudly at Standard Oil gram for the afternoon.Mrs. Three daughters! and Waldorf Salad
his eon.a > A. M. Darby, president pre survive the \r4*$ ased.i Plum Pudding Mince Pie FRUIT-CAKE 39c 75c $$1.79RAJAH

,a "So Santa spoke to my 'little Tire GuaranteedOne sided over the business meeting.On Mrs. E. W. Goolsby, of. Cheese,, Nuts and Raisins
y man, eh T" said papa. "Well wasn't account of the first Mondayn W. A. Malphurs of Coffee Supreme Quality Pint Jar Quart Jar
( _ that nice of him! And what did Year January being New Year's Day Mrs.".George ,Thomas of ; MRS. J. H. LORD.
13c 25c
Santa say to my little man. "t > the three circles will meet on the Evan Holder and F, D. Starke, Florida. SALAD DRESSING
S "He said," replied the kid happily '!- NNNNNNNFrigidaire second Monday with the business: Gainesville and Neal
"'get the hell bff that horeel"! and program meeting on the third Raleigh. The winner of the Christmas r-- r.
t Monday at tlye church.WrightAlvarez Dinner Contest will be announced Delicious, Ready to Serve SULTANA

,And now folks'lot's get serlotls.In ---.-- Already a n next week's Telegraph. CRANBERRYSAUCE Delicious, Broken Sliced\
_ Frank Priest, 37, has given .---
her fourteenth child at the "You're a good sport" said
t.., XMAS TREE LIGHTS Mr. and Mrs. Corley Johns an- way Maternity Hospital, Charles Carrol of Chicago to the I PINEAPPLE29c
the three year guar- nounce the marriage of their bridge,,Mass. who sentenced him for arear I
a 59c daughter, Mrs. Jeanette Alvarez, instead of five, as he might No. !>/, LARGE
anted electric refrig- to: Mr, James Leslie Wright' on I Dreaming hetsbeing done.' 2 CANS '25c 2 No2ii C

Friday, December 15, 1033. by robbers, Odin Workman CANS
TOYS. ,; 1.eraior The ceremony was performed by Martlnsville, W. Va., '
r IQc t to I the Rev.. W. O. Strickland at the parked automobile kicked SUNDAY QUEEN ANNEMINCE .
4.i $1.00'i home of the bride's sister, Mrs. leg through the windshield. ; DINNER-I MEAT 9-Oz. Pkg. lOc
sale ,
taF 'Family i c J For bySmith's Marvin Abraham, at Lacoochee, t't MAIDCHERRIES
Gifts For All the Florida. A broken nose.was 15c
No. 2
jury by By ANN\FACE
Johnnie Beatty lot Monte .
Service Annual Christmas Trees Thanksgiving is not HEINZ
Do Your Xmas Shopping Col., when he fell from ALTHOUGH thirtieth it Is not too I FIG PUDDING 1-Lb.Can 30c
Tonight (Friday) the Sunday
of hotel.
story a
to be market list of I
early making a
at R & R BRAND
School of the Baptist Church will the foods you will need for the holiday
StationStarke enjoy a Christmas tree and short When using scouring dinner. A turkey of ire: elze desired PLUM PUDDING 1-Lb. Can 30c
program at the church beginningat either dish cloth or steel should be ordered early. They are going
+ STERNBERG'SStarke. and within 8 O'CLOCK COFFEE Lb. 19c
730 o'clock.At rub soap! on dampened to be very low priced
Fla. wool and then the the each ot almost every budget. CAMPBELL'S
the same time the Methodist apply and
Sweet potatoes, yellow turnips
Florida .. Sunday School will also enjoy a onions will be plentiful and cheap, TOMATO JUICE Can 5c
d -.- -. F _._.. 0 NOTICE OK .. (''' .
tree and program at their church. Tex UKKU Cranberries are low In price. Emperor
Notice IB hereby given grapes' Florida oranges, Bono pears,
Powell, holder. oJXA.x red apples. bananas and mixed null
S90 3rd day of jCugust, A. win be available for the fruit centers RIPE JUICY
WHY NOT HAVE TilE has filed until certificate In piece. Celery, ollvoj and shelled or ORANGES Dozen tOe
fice and made application
kJted"' nut, will be wanted for relishes
deed to Issue thereon In
BEST? with law. Bald: certificate Iw crop pecans almonds walnuts LARGE
the Ib.d and peanuts will all be available at SeI
All new, modern equipment. uated In Bradford. County. moderate prices i
to-wlt H. ....!a''In ,iNE Canned pumpkin 'for pumpkin plea I FANCY
We are prepared to serve. of'NWtl 3Uav
NWV4 8 : Tp :
: will be found satisfactory and labor i
l Our service Is finer our 23 T'ie'; assessment of said saving. Undiluted "evaporated milk LEMONS Dozen tge
price Is lower. under the said certificate "' helps to make It rich and creamy. LARGE
MU"0 ? In the name of I.. O. Powell. The Quaker Maid suggests the following tSe
80 BOREE & GIDDENS Unless eald certificate menus. COCONUT 2 For
deemed according to law
FUNERAL DIRECTOR will Issue thereon on the Low Cost Dinner CHOICE
e, 4 January A. D. 1934. tOe
R Phoae B-O3O4) Amb la Service Dated this 20th day of Pan-b ol1ed Round Steak TOMATOES Lb.
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. A. D. 1933. Baked Potatoes \ROEJUMDO '

Stark*. 11'..., 'Breach Near Depot Bradford Clerk A.of 3,Circuit County, :, 3. Bread Apple and Betty Butter CELERY Stalk tOe
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Bits of Merry Christmas and-Happy' New y year to' All "f I.U Elf'II' -:

Local Neva

Concerning Our People, Business and BUTTER. .J. lip Top Grocery CHEESEPound l',

Progreit of the County and Town. i.

Pound 19c 13c .. ;

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Mrs. C. B. Roberts of Grahamwas Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall and -__ ,
a visitor here Monday.Mrs. children of Jacksonville will be : iI

holiday guests of Mrs. Randall's This Sale Starts Dec. 22 and Lasts Through Dec. 30
Catherine Teare of Lawtey parents, Mr. and lira. J. M. Alva .::....;"oeL'CNj I
was a visitor here Saturday rez. vn.rua

Mrs. C. B. Peeler of Jackson- IS ALWAYS FRESH .f
P. A. Crosby of Brooker was a ville will spend the Christmas holidays KEW BEE BREAD ,
business Visitor here Monday. -, JIHlO
here with her brother-In-law 10 JlI
and sister.'Mr. and Mrs. J. W.Mor- WHOLESOME, LARGE C FULL LINE OF CI ,
Robert Nolan of Manville was a gan. FRUIT CAKE .;::.,
business visitor here Monday. RYE, PAN .........
Milton Brownlee Jr., student of
the University of.Florida, has been .,...e \
Whitehead of Law-
Miss confined to his home here for sev- Pound 26c
tey was a visitor here Friday. Pound .. 26c CRANBERRIES lOc t
Fancy Quart
11 eral tis.days with an attack of tonsl- e ,
Charles Imbach was a business DelMonteSJJGAR

visitor .to.. Jacksonville Monday, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs T. T. BAKER'SCOCOA f
Long, Mrs. ,D. .C. Forehand and Best Mixed CANDY Pound lOc l PEAS
Mrs.: Huldah Corpenlng! was Miss Flora ,Belle' Jackson spent "
shopping In Jacksonville! Thursday. Saturday shopping In Jackson- I '
No. 2 Can 19c
:Mr. and Mrs. C, H. Nasworthywere ville. / -Lb. Can10c 15-Oz.Pkg. RAISINS I 2Pkgs. 1
visitors. to Jacksonville Mon- Mrs. F. R. Carradlne and little e e e Ie.
day. daughter, Linda, of Lawtey andMies DelMonte
Mary Lee Wynn of Hamptonwere BAKER'SCHOCOLATE _
Mrs. Ernest B. Wells of Lawteywas visitors here Friday after- WHOLE GRAIN PURE CANESUGAR FRESH PINEAPPLE i ;1i I
a visitor here Saturday after- /i:
noon.Mr. RICE EGGS
and Mrs. O. J. Griffis and No. 21/- Can 20c '
noon.Mr. i
and Mrs. J. S. Howard of son were in Lake Butler Sunday ,'/,-Lb. Block lOc 5 3i
I afternoon visiting Mrs. Griffis' 5 Pounds ?_ .. 20c Pounds. -_25c Dozen _- .30e. /,
Dukes, were visitors to Starke
parents, Dr.. and Mrs. E. A. Mc- DelMonte .

and Mrs. T. C. Hazen of Mrs. E Gilllson of Live Oak will FRUIT SALAD
Brooker were visitors here Friday I
spend the Christmas holidays In TOMATOES
afternoon.Col. Starke with her son-in-law and Tall Can, _15c

Hill Williams of Lake Searing.Mr.daughter. Mr.; and Mrs. Glen G. Package __ ....__ lOc 3 No..'2 Cans __ .25c 3 Tall Cans _...17c No. 2 Can 15c "j, I I't

Butler was a professional. visitor DelMonte GardenASPARAGUS '
here Friday. and Mrs. ,A. ,Q. Ludwig of SANKA SWEET MIXEDPICKLES MACARONI "I I
Hernando will spend the Christmas PEACHESLarge '
iA ittI i
Broward Strickland of Palatka holidays here with Mrs. Ludwlg"s or 4.
was visiting: friends here duringthe parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.- S. COFFEE Halves OATMEALPackage 1 c
weekend.J. Strickland.Mrs. No: 2 Can 15c / I

1-Lb. Can 50c 24Oz. Bottle ___13c No. 2/ Can, __lSe ,5c <, J I y
W. Townsend of Lake Butlerwas KarJ A. Floreus and Mrs.T. ; GEMNUTOLEOPound ,\: ;
visitor here Fri- G. Tucker of Jacksonville were
a prominent
day afternoon., visitors to Starke Friday and while JELLO, Pkg. ____5c Tomato Juice, can 5c TEA, % -Lb... _15e PEAS; No. 2 can lOc lOcSMOKING'TOBACCO f j
here were pleasant callers at the \ '
Mrs. W. M: Wimberly. and Mrs.A. Telegraph office. .
F. Sauls were visitors to Jalk- .
6 Pounds 12 Pound. 24 Pounds
Bonville Thursday.Miss Mr. and Mrs. George C. Kruse Snowdrift
and children will spend the Christmas -
Mary Canova and Mrs. holidays in West Palm Beach FLOUR a
George B. Flynn were visitors to with Mr. Kruse's parents, Mr and ., ,4 I
25 45 85
Jacksonville Friday, Mra. J. H. Kruse. Selfrising or Plain C c c ,

Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Howell of Judge and :Mrs. A. V. Long and ,
Lake Butler were visitors here Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and lit- 1i11 ,
Monday afternoon. tie'daughter, Mary Anne, of '
Gainesville,, were visitors here <1'1'I 1

son Misses of Hampton Willie Mae were and visitors Ohio here Hln- Thursday, afternoon CIGARETTES, Package 1 Ik Ballard's Pancake FLOUR, Pkg. l lOc F I

Saturday afternoon. Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch of De-
Land will arrive today to spend the
Mrs. A. H. Green is.t, confined to holidays wth Mr. and Mrs. H. 1. 3 Cans____.._ _25e NEW SYRUP, Full Quart,. 20c
her home on North Walnut Streeton 3rownloe at their home, corner sAAkteads .
account of Illness. Walnut and Tenth Streets.Mr. Pound 15c .
SNUFF, 3 Cans ---.-- -_ --___.______25c -- Great Northern BEANS, 5 Lbs..__ ____ 25c
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imbach and Mrs. C.1.. Stockwell and
were visitors to Green Cove daughters,Kathleen and Mary Lorraine -
Springs Thursday; evening.Mr DeLand, will with spend Mrs.Christmas Stockwell's Day In Concord Pure GRAPE JUICE, Qt.____25c NAVY BEANS, 6 Lbs. _. ___._______ ___2Se

and Mrs. J. C. Terrell and mother, Mrs. W. D. Haynes.

family here of during White Springs the week-end.were visitors Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp-, Mr. and APPLE BUTTER, 28-Oz. Jar____ __15c ( J ?? ) White Ribbon LARD,,3.Lbs.._ _. ,___. 23c

Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Jr.. and Miss -
Mr and Mrs. J. F. Shaw and little Dorothy Sapp spent Sunday In
daughter Geraldine, of the Gainesville with Mrs. Thelma PUMPKIN No. 2% Can 12c Best White BACON Pound '
State Farm were visitors here Fri- Steele and Mrs. F. A. Moore. y"-pt.14c Pt.._ 25c ;; () 7J4c

day afternoon.Mr. .
and Mrs. T. T. Long and Mr. ', I
and Mrs. E. W Hayes and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter THIS
.. ..
children and Mrs. A. S, Strickland spend Christmas In Baconton I > -
pent Sunday in Ocala with Mr. with Mrs. Long's and Mrs.. Carpenters .
and Mrs. L. A,.Weekly.C. mother, Mrs. W.T, Jackson. > PICNIC
P. Curtis of Winter Haven Mrs. D. C. Forehand of Albany == xu
vill spend Christmas Day in Starke Ga., and Miss Flora Belle Jackson HAMS 3 LARGE ROLLS ,,
Ith his brother-in-law and slater, ot BacontonrGa:, :were> week-end
Mr.,and Mrs. W. O. Halle., guests of Mr. and Mr,.D. P. Car- 2 Cans __ __ __.25c ,......JI
penter> at their home Vn Cherry R1SC0 lie w
Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Wall will Street. Pound _- ______lOcSPINACH
spend the Christmas holidays in at .
{Petersburg with Mr Wall's rar" Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Barefoot, .
|ents, Mr. and Mrs. C.T. Dutton. Misses Eunice and Marie Barefootof .
Sanderson, and Mrs. W. B. Wlndeweedle Don't risk health! ,t', TRIPE I
A. F. Sauls who Is at present of Lake City were guests Ute Crisco /the
[located, at Orlando, has arrived to Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. P. M.
digestible shortening'
I spend the holidays with his familyat Barefoot. I No. 2 Can
| Street. ______ KIRK'S r
their home on Cherry -
Mr. and Mrs. T. N Kendrick a r

and Miss Estelle Kendrick will 3 Pounds ___55c No. 2 Can7 __lOc HARD WATER
CENT A WORD% leave Saturday tot Red :Springs, ? r s
will the
N. C., where they spend
Christmas holidays with Mr. .and 6 Pounds ____$1.09 CLABBER GIRL SOAP
COLUMN Mrs. Willie S. Gibson.

|Hous FOR SALE-Ov will trade Miss Mona Alderman of the 2 > _h_ 5c
GOOD, HEAVY5STRING Pkg.. ..__9c PowderBar.
half corn and half cash. O. R Florida State College for Baking
Smith, Bostwlck, Fla JO-20-tf Tallahassee, will spend the women'l IVORY SOAP ,. ,
here with her parents,
[SATSUMA Orange! trees, rosebushes Mrs. G. W. Alderman at their LAVA

I from Glen and Saint other Mary nursery Nursery.stock borne on Walnut Street. 6 Guest Bars ---25c 2 Cans ________15c -

I See Aubrey Frlnk.505: Madison St., Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs will Painted Handle
IStarke!; Fla. 1284t1329FOR | | SOAP ,
have aa their guests for the holidays Bars2
SALE Cabbage plant, at their home on Walnut

I Wakefleld. Succession and Flat Street. Mrs. Biggs'J. mother Griffin' and and 15c Size _______lOc BROOM35c Bar -- -- ---____5c WE HAVE
Dutch. 15c: per 100, $1 per 1.000. brother. Mrs. O. every year matt ftopttturn
Onion seta later. A. J. Grtffls, Owen W. Griffin of St. Augustine.Mr. to white toapt und
|3Urke.Florida. ll-24tf most of them use P and O
and Mrs. Walter Larsen of CALO DOG and CAT
l FOR RENT-Furnished house.garage New York City and Mrs. Warren TURKEYSHAMS 3 For --__lOc
I .garden, $10 per month.Call Johnson of Elizabeth N. J., are FOOD -
l et 327 Clarke St., or at Hoover holiday guests of Mr,.Larsen's and <
Bra. ltp Mrs. Johnson's parent, Mr. and
CANTED: small Mrs. C. O. Bearing, at their home I f
Great bargain SAM .
on South Walnut Street. -
I farm A
for immediate cash. Also .
I*Paying business. H. T. Phlnney, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Imbach I .O.K. tti hiP
Palatka, Fla. 12.22'3t11.5MAKE | : .
will have as their Christmas guests "
your WIFE HAPPX at their home on> Church Street, the soap of ANDFIREWORKS MAKES CLOTHES
by giving her a Sewing Macblht Mr Imbach'B: father C. A. Imbach. beautffulauomen Soap or Powder e LAST LONGER
for and Mrs. William Brookerand .
ft Christmas Present Just and Mr. ....
l std to u G. He;.alngway, Starke, daughter. Elaine of Green ...

IL agent for t'l..- Singer Sewing Cove Springs and ]Mrs. Imbach's 5 Bars --______2Sc 5 For ___-10c 3 Cans ____25c I 4
-- Packages
of Carroll- H 25c
machine Co.,wiu bring one to ;you. father, R. L. Bonner __
Adv. ton, Ga. I

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ed by Demonstration Agents I ,, TOOTBA.e..IP :-

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MI. .. ". CR4 TR&6IWI'O ..,....-r _- -- -
be had. Tables and other working COULD TEN YEARS OFF MUST KEEP SHIRTS OX

RURAL surfaces can be made the right PASS M7NElf7/EI Pardon TALLAHASSEE Board has: -whacked The state ten PALM BEACH-- y edict of the
height to enable 'the women to RAND AND.'t e4g7 town council, folk here must
COMMON SINSEBy.SPUD"8 ; work with more ease, Serving 4d'NzSIZ SOT: 1" ,. I years of: a man's sentence becausehe their shirts on when they appear keep i
.; wrote a letter denying chargesof
trays, dish drainers, etc., cam be on streets and at other
'p JOHNSON secured. Flowers and shrubs can / : cruel treatment and unfair pun- places but on the beaches they publlc i
t'i ishment to in Florida may I
be planted to make the home surroundings : prisoners still go as near to nudity as a III
morebeautlful. The old road camps. Gerald O. Steele, sentenced of trunks will permit. paIr I
t1 ...., to fifteen council
November 3, 1915
Hors house can be remodeled or a new tightened Its bathing costume
ra ,i The old log cabin of the pioneer one built paint can be brought into years for armed robbery in. Dade' on complaints that sun and rule surf I
l't' days was a pretty good .place to play to brighten things up a bit. i I County, was the lucky man. bathers, nearly nude, had been ap.
l call home. Many a great man has When home life has been made WOULD BAR HIKERS pearlng in shops and restaurants,
a been born and reared In a log cabin more attractive and less burden- WINTER HAVEN-The Frier- It now requires bathing shirt a*
R. a and there got bill inspiration to go some, then will the women have son-Nichols Post No. 8, American well as trunks to be w ,rn ort
A forth and make his mark In the more leisure to enjoy existence, and Legion,. In regular meeting last beaches.
x' ; world. Names of many of these also will boys and' girls be more In-, (I r s week, instructed Adjutant A. D. -
ELI great men who have gone down In clined to /stay on the farm. l,4L(1( jAA Thornton to write the director of 400 SUBSISTENCE HOMES

_ ,)r history are familiar to all of us. public safety of the State of Flor- OCALA-M. R. Porter of Ocala,
( However, a log caMn is not absolutely ida and ask him to take steps nec- regional director for the South
J essential for greatness Farm Crop Acreage essary to stop truck drivers from 'eastern State of the subsistence
Homes that were well suited to a bringing hitch hikers into the stateor homestead division of the Popart-
+ former day are no longer Best Not Expanded hauling them from one point to ment of the Interior, Renounced

type. This is the natural result of During Coming YearGAINESVILLEFlorida another, within the state. last week that about 400 subsist
S p j' ;_ progress. As the world has made ence, or security, homes will be
w rapid strides in other lines It has PAYS FINE WITH COW :. built in Florida Immediately He
_ Y also progressed in the matter of farm- ST. PETERSBURG-Magistrate was not prepared to announce Vet
', home building and furnishing. Ru ers will do well to guard against F. 1. Gates of Clearwater has fresh where the colonies would be located
.+ 1 ral home making is now receiving expansion of cotton, tobacco, and milk from bin own cow, and S. L. I ,.however. The new divisionof
Increased attention. peanut acreage during the coming Yates has his freedom as the resultof the Interior Department has
$ Farm homes, however, have been year. The present sweet potato -a court transaction between the available $25,000,000 for Immediate
t a little slow In keeping up with development. outlook Is brighter. These facts Judge and defendant. Yates, fined expenditure for these security

r ,, City homes are nearly are from the crops section of the 1 $9.50 for using an Improper auto- homes throughout the United
;% all equipped with modern conveni- 1934 Florida farm'outlook reportby 720/1/.0.4 mobile license plate, had no money States. The regional director said
ences, while rural homes are still the Agricultural Extension and would have gone to Jail had the that already requests for the
? more or less of a type common Station. LEADS Th'G 1y0.2L0N magistrate not agreed to acceptthe I homes in Florida alone total about
;years ago. This has been true until The world supply of cotton in / TJ.lE OOVCT/ON OF cow In payment of the fine. $65,000,000 and have come from

recent years for the very good rea- 1933-34 will Be even larger than In KILLED practically every county in the
r eon that few conveniences co.uld be either of the previous two seasons. THE DO TEN CHILDREN CITY-Ten children state. and every town of any size.
obtained for the farm home, and .
Acreage In the United States was :, were killed and some thirty injured An airplane is used on a 733
: l 4 those were rather expensive. Now, Increased eleven'per cent last year {il6 1'\\: 2 of last week when a walnut orchard
number of 7' Thursday acre near Stockton
there a .
t r however, are .t, .
conveniences obtainable for but adjustment activities kept pro- "0\;... freight train roared out of a heavy Calif., to Inspect its ten miles of
? duction to a point below consumption fog just as the driver of a packed pipe' lines and 300 miles of
i '4 the rural home. at reasonable of American cotton. Increased .;. ... con
school bus swerved Into a level tour ditches.GENUINE.

.i prices.It Is only fair to the women of domestic further consumption business Improvement will dependon CRABTREE, better known during his was also) an outstanding basketba 1 picked crossing.up where Several they of fell the along Injured e,
; ..the farm that these conveniences
)' ; ( be provided. Improved implements and world consumption continuedto football days ag "Cannonball" Clyde, was player.In railroad right-of-way from the If You wantExtraFast
j and machinery have long been put crease during,the year.: perhaps tije ''most spectacular football one of its recent reports the U. S. splintered bus, are not expected to

into use by the men of the farm Flue cured tobacco productionwill Bureau.of Fisheries quotes some illuminating survive their terrible Injuries. Relief
in the history of the of
_ player University
be smaller during 1934 than
In their work:while the farm women figures on the RED SNAPPER in-
this year and prices should be improved Florida. His sensational the HAKDIE NOT
plays on
with dustry. The shows that Florida
,n have had to struggle along cent report TALLAHASSEE Hardie, Demand
.,' the same old homes and no con- of the growers because have ninety-five signed per acreage gridiron, while in collage, will long be re- ]tads all the oth r states by a wide mar- veteran Florida peace office and and .et

veniences. In making our budgetsfor reduction contracts. The Florida membered by Florida football enthusiasts gin, producing a yearly average of well the man who threw the switch that

1 expenditures, we should give 1933 crop was of fine quality 1U1Q and are too numerous to mention here. Ha over seven million noun/is executed Glussippe Zangara, slayerof QB
consideration to the home. Shorter the yield was good. Farmers re- Mayor Anton Cermack of Chi-
working bourn for the men do not ceived more income and will be en- Vegetable OutlookIs that the cult places will heal and cago, has been denied re-instate- ERw
,always mean shorter hours for the couraged to Increase plantings Hints To Housewives not be as likely to rot when planted. ment as sheriff of Dade County.

A. women. I next year, but the adjustment program Brighter ThanIn Blocky seed pieces, weighingone Governor Dave Sholtz? who gave
If more expensive conveniences will probably hold it down. to two ounces and containingtwo Hardie a hearing after. removing
,', like lighting systems and waterworks October prices to growers for Weekly: from Home Demonstration Recent Years or more eyes, are preferred. him from office last October 18,
cannot be secured'at first.' peanuts harvested for nuts were Specialists Tallahassee Slim seed pieces dry out quickly, Informed the former sheriff by let- BAYER
I !A, then less expensive equipment canITP about double the low average for GAINESVILLEThe The outlook are Inconvenient to handle, and do ter that "you failed to furnish sat-

the 1932 crop, and< may tend to encourage CHRISTMAS CANDIES for truck crops for fresh market; not work well In the planter. ( isfactory proof that the charges on ASPIRINBECAUSE
OVER WODU excessive plantings. If during the, coming year appears to Freshly cut seed pieces should which 'you were suspended were of a unique proem
) production is Increased In 1934 It Tbe call for Christmas sweets Is for the last two years, accordingbe not be stored in bulk or left ex-: untrue Genuine Buytr
N NERVES would seem that lower relative posed to the weather which will Aspirin Tablets are made to dii-.
; heardof somewhat favorable than
a&& } a legitimate one. Who ever more FLORIDA OUT OF LUCK
br\egrate-or diatolveINSTATLY -
lower the Successful
prices than those In October will a Christmas without sugar to the Florida Agricultural Extension vitality.
TALLAHASSEE-Florida's hopeof take them. Thus start
_ be obtained for the 1934 crop. plums and sweet meats T It wouldbe Service. growers place the seed. pieces In securing $250,000 from the Civil to work you instantly. Start they'taking
clean fertilizer and
Sweet potato prices, after four > like fruit cake with the fruit With somewhat smaller suppliesand bags usually Works Administration for the con- hold" of even a severe headache,
stack them one lalyelrl deep In a
years of declining, this year are ex- left out. with some Improvement In demand struction of buildings and Im- neuralgia, neuritis or rheumatic pun
shed barn which is
or well venti
few minutes after
periencing an upward trend. Farm I And what makes a more festive during the last half of the lated. provements at the State Hospitaland a And they provide SAFE:!; relief-!
prices have been lifted by the influence gift; than a bright holiday box or year returns to growers were larger With good seed and ordinary pre the State Prison Farm at Rai- foe Genuine )BAYIiH ASPIRIN don
of the shortage of late Irish basket filled with stuffed fruits for 1933 than for' 1932. Truck
cautions In operating the planter ford, was blasted last week by the pot harm the heart. So if you pant
potatoes. Growers should make an and other wholesome sweets T crop acreage did not continue to good stands should be obtained. It ruling of the national adminis- QUICK and SAFE relief see that
effort to cure their present crop Orange Coconut Creams expand during 1933'and this, with usually to have an extra man trator Harry L. Hopkins. The you get the real Bayer article. took
well for indications point to Improvement the is pays for the Bayer cross on every tablet
Use one tablespoonful butter, higher prices, likely to encourage on the planter to remove extra State Civil Works administrationwas as! shown above and for the words
in the market during two cupfuls granulated sugar, one- : expansion of acreage seed pieces and supply missingones. Informed by Hopkins that "the GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN on
t the remainder of the marketingseason. fourth cupful water, one-half cupful again in 1934.Average work cannot possibly be done under every bottle or package you buy.

fl evaporated< milk, two teaspoonfuls production In Florida CWA rulings. What steps the Member N.R.A.
orange flower water, two teaspoonfuls has been about the same for the Carbon bisulphide Is too cheapfor Governor and the Board of State
f x > I orange juice,, one-half last ten years, but production of any farmer to let weevils feed Institution'will take next was not GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN
n-__ teaspoonful grated orange rind beans, lima beans, and peppers has In his stored" corn this winter. announced. DOES NOT HARM THE HEART .
a -
and two cupfuls moist shredded coconut been on an upward trend while cucumbers -

TO tare fa wort- i ,y III ; lettuce, ao.d' tomatoes
t erorr i nerve at high Unston.K Melt the butter In the pan In have decreased. Green corn, esca- LUUKHEREFR1ENOSI! .
wonder yon sn*> s>t the wit..t which candy Is to be cooked. Add role and green peas are crops that ,
.t and bark: at the children.Watch sugar, water and milk and boll to have been developed during recent
cut! Overworked soft ball state ((238 degrees F.), years.In .
mrts may: lead to BleeplMWBISS. '
stirring only as needed to prevent the early cabbage states Including -
Nervous Headache. N"r*<- DOLLftR I I SAVING EFFffl
oo> Indigestion and boat of burning.( Cool and beat like chocolate Florida, it is likely that
other unpleasant dlat....... fudge. Add flavoring and coconut acreage planted for 1934 spring
WHy donH :you try: Dr. Mflesf Imp ravemenh affect and work into candy until market will be more than that har-
2 BfteTMMnt NcrrfaM Tablet creamy.: Using about a tablespoonful vested last year. Though prices
_ i Just one in a half glaaa of yoz/rjnsurance of candy, mold with the hands were poor last season, the prospec- By Special! Arrangements with the Leading Magazines of the

water Huff drink makes delightfully a pleasant,oothfatcto spark* .-b -- .. .a.i..diu Into even sized balls. Roll In coconut tive small carry-over of cabbagewill Country We Brine You the Biggest Barsaln of All Time .
Time required for making: likely encourage plantings.
overtaxed noire -- .-.t pI- ..
- Subscriptions To 3 Famous with A New Renewal
Dr. M1W NerrtM fa now _........ About twenty-five minutes. Yield Owing to low prices for toma- Magazines or

I Lade In two forms Liquid and! T.. .......... Iwo IN one and one-half pounds. toes, growers In the spring and fall Order for This Newspaper.
rferve.esit Tablet Doth haw _.....4__w__- rb Good Orange Fudge tomato sections will likely decrease i i .
r the MOM toothingoffset.. y.--- Ingredients: One and one-half their acreage. Smaller imports Al.L4
t $1.00 at year' drag store _,.-roO'i-Lrs..y.b-- __loa.ry y J cupfuls sugar, two tablespoonfulsbutter from Cuba and Mexico are also ex- MAKE UP YOUR OWN CLUB!

I. _.... ew b grated rind one-half orange, pected. ...
Oi.t.M'tL E S'2 .....-- p..w.u..w.HAROLD one-half cupful milk, one table- Present indications point to CHOOSE .

: j fJ&llJVel> ; : fourth cupful candied orange peel. toes produced In the early and second I $
.(JUri NERVINE INSURANCE Place sugar and milk In sauce early states th.q! were received I 2 Magazines' From Group "3"

\ TABLETS STARKE. FLORIDA pan, boll five minutes; add butter, during the last season. In 1933 And 1. -
orange juice and rind, and bon Florida planted 17,000 acres of potatoes -
until still enough to form a softball I and shipped -4,035 cars. In- TSS:! ::CVC-VIPER. ((1 Full Year) f WHY PAYMORE
when tried In coM water. Re- tentions to plant this seagpn! are ?
Wake Up Your Liver Bile move from fire cool, beat until 'I'for 24,000 acres and there Is some

creamy; add candled orange peel, 'I evidence that plantings will be J
cut In small pieces; pour into a even more. The Interstate Early Your Choice of Any One i AY Your: Choice of Any Two

Withoui Calomel buttered\ pan, and when almost I Potato Committee, after careful Magazine in This Group iryc Magazines in This Group
: firm, mark In squares. study, recommend that Florida
Outwit Dalntlr acreage should be 20. OO acres for GROUP A -.*: GROUP
''I Two level growers to get maximum returns. D McCalTs Mscsstae tYr.D if, n Better Homes V __
And You'll Jump Out of Bed If Hill bits I I. sot flavinsfrwtr.. yon tablespoonfuls gela- Gardens ,
food daon't. oil...'. It Just d_ri IB the tine, one-balf cupful cold water, C Woman's Horn Comp_l Yr. World 1 J't
in the Morning Rarin' to Go fcowcli.. thick CM bloat bad tut.up your wd itoauMlu you breath Yoebars two cupfuls unsweetened guava Best Potato Yields C| Pictorial RnrUw. _I Yr| d Woman Household Magazine. 1 yr

If you feel soar and sunk and !. foul, .kla ofua bnak. out la bl._ pulp, two cupfuls white sugar, one _| Screen Play 1 Yr. U CAR Needlecraft 1'It
the world looks punk, don't swallow lsh... Your had aohM and you. (.*!down tablespoonful lemon juice one cup Require Good Seed P Hollywood M .U ...,_1 Yr Good Stories I yr
ti I a lot of salts, mineral water, and out. Your .hol.system. U pol....d* chopped nuts, and a few grains of D Open" Road (Boys)_..,_.1 Yr. 0 Country Home 1 yrl
oil, laxative candy or chewing: It Uk.. thou 'rood old CARTER'S thM salt. And Perfect Stand I D Psthfindar (WUy.) _I Yr. | 0 Successful: Farming !Y"
gum and expect them to make you of bus ftowlav frovly. and make Cook .guava pulp thick, add 1 S1nR1ES 0 Progressive Farmer 2 y"dil
suddenly sweet and buoyant and you. fel. "up and up." Th y aoatala woa- sugar and again cook until very HASTINGS-Maxlmlm yields of l2r! d P O Southera Choke of nay oar
of sunshine. .. Afaaaiitij in And "Tour
:full rful. narmlMa, .u. ..I.bI. .thick, but not as heavy as in above potatoes are obtained only when Group Q.-
traeto. araaslBff vh a It ...... to maklM. *
For do it.
move the they bowels can't and a mere They move-only tba bus flow lnel,.. i recipe. Add gelatine (which has good seed are planted and a per- THREE: IN ALL, 't' THREE IN ALL
ment doesn't get at the cause. The But don't ask for ll.<... pill. A.k fot been soaked In the half cup: cold fect stand Is obtained, explains Dr. OaBsaOsa
for down-and-out Cartar1 DM). Llr.r Pllla Look for the water about five minutes) and stir A. H. Eddins, potato disease Inves-
'I feeling is your your liver. It should on Bam the Cart.nd.'. tab Li..J.*!. LU Rmnt.. PUts a II until disa lved. Cool slightly by allowing tigator with the Florida Experi- 1HJS; OFFER is.- .. o.tJ___. '
pour out two pounds of liquid luhiiltut. S(4 at d.... ........ !e It to stand In cold water. ment Station located here. 6Q
bile into ycur bowels daily. Otm c. H. Co. ____ Then add nuts, salt and lemon Healthy potatoes that are true to I enclose > Plaaaa sand DM th, thrw azutn-
Juice, stirring well. Pour Into a type and variety are the main essentials *
flat buttered pan, and allow It to of good seed, he said. Successful There are no strings attached to Mt elected wit e yars sabacdpttoa !. ;row _papde

FUNERAL DIRECTORSOur stand In a cold place over night. growers In this section are offer I Every magazine subscription:
Remove from pan, cut in cubes and using certified seed to be sure that will be filled exactly! as represented.If .
Many Years Experience:!: Make It Possible for Us to Render !roll In powdered sugar. they are pure and disease-free.
EFFICIENT PROMPT and C'OCflTKOGS; SERVICE I When the tubers are cut for seed any of your nbscriptlona are reten _
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MODERATE PRICES I Harl Roa all showing any traces of scab, newal the time win be properly we. -
1r N DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY chen of Berlin walloped the highwayman blight or other diseases are dis tended.
STAKKE FLORIDA I with his wooden leg and carded. The potatoes are cut several Ten and Stata.t -
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I wish to thank you, one and all, for the fine You'J

spirit of sympathetic helpfulness and co-op- .
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,Season of "AYTOtJR.- .A Merry Cn rlsimasMAYYQUR Station. -:I

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RING; OFTEN Please Stand By
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Gives us food for thought, but .With. Many.Joys Caller Be a Friend Broadcast. i.p '
nothing:says all we'd like to say A Happy New Year a
aa phrase well aa aa the good old" That,Will Light Your Way to A WITH of "VERYMERRY ., ;

MERRY Success During G dOCh *: t
CHRISTMAS I 193'4 In the sincere belief that, thanks to the powers that,be, this FOR YOU AND YOURS CHRISTMAS I ,

The HARTMANNMachine is truly the Merriest Christmas and the Happiest New Year Torode Chevrolet Hart Furniture '

SPOTLIGHT Shop it has long been our'pleasure to enjoy. Company Company

-Coming to OurCHRISTMAS May the Warmth GREETINGS I '
YOUR HOUSE- Are Extended to R
Our Old Friends--" 1
The MERRIEST 'jf 1R1\ of Joyful
Our New Friends; ;
WISHES And the Many We h 4 pe toDAVEf'S
yViola's Good .FellowshipFill take "
We've Ordered It So..

I Lunch Room For You. SANTA CLAUS Your Homes i ;
Are Double Those Is at s < '

...., For OurselvesYour STUMP'SEvery and Your Hearts ''a
':1t Our Heartfelt Wishes I.
rr __' Friendshipand Day on Wishing You a Real
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Our Clothes May Make theVE EXTEND GREETINGS- iP '
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A'k Gpod Wishes For }
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Makes Better Men of Us All A MERRY year.

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(Next to and Just North of Dr Biggs Office) CHRISTMASBring ;
May each of you find and 'p;

the path to Happiness A HAPPYNEW You As
and walk in its YEAR
There J is No Tonic Like 0'Mlk\. FRIENDS- As Your- ContinuedPatronage
ways of Gladness till to
and a Good Dose of We Wish the Best of and
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la Bradford County TelegraphEstablished ON CHRISTMAS DAY : :

You've z
"Welcome, everything! Welcomes Maybe :
1877 alike what has been; and

l' what never waa, and what we hope Heard It ButIn t.

Published 11'ecklyon' : ,Fridays :and Entered as Second Class l I may be; to your shelter underneaththe r, r
honey, to your places round A
v, 1 !Matter\ at the Post Office at Starke Florida the Christmas fire, where what la F

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k n sits open-hearted! In yonder shad spite of this department's\ recent -

: E. L. Matthews. ___ __ _.._____________Editor and Owner ow, do we see obtruding furtively plea to the kiddies to write
. the blaze, face?
-- --- - -- --- -- -'- -- -- -- upon an enemy's letters to Santa Claus, the response
SUBSCRIPTION RATE By Christmas Day we do forgive has been rather discouraging. We
him! If the Injury he has done usmay are forced to the conluaion that the
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance admit of such companionship, modern :youngster just doesn't

? Advertising Rates on Application let him come here and take his have time to Santy, what .f'ur' cfilisptdie car6or r.
place. If otherwise, unhappily, let with and
reading from Jung
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him go hence, assured that we will Nietzsche occupying BO much\ of his p7 tS/atess

Foreign,countries are insulating Insull against American never Injure nor accuse him. time, or that somehow in the shuf- l F co} m'ther s

ri'r' justice "On this day we shout out Nothing fie of this hysterical post-war era ,; : gas relds..
1 the art of Santa Claus letter writing r3
.1+ y o baa been lost
'Pause, says a low voice. 'Noth- 4r
'' Florida will be state if it doesn't get its cross- "
;. a cross Ing? Think! We sincerely hope that this last- 0 l

l state canal. ''On Christmas Day, we will named cause It at the root of the } +

o hut out from our fireside, Noth- trouble and it lain this belief that

Ing. we are going back several years in

,;tn Stores will] be closed 'all. day Monday. Better do yourshopping From the pen of Charles Dick- order to show these sophisticated e rr/ai aPolt three -

now ens, In one of his Christmas stories, whippersnappers how letters to 'arr aqes 4farre ,uise was
i '" comes this message which. If 11were Santa Claus were. written in .the .
0 Yehna
h arJl80.
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beeded, would old days. ,
give a new
If wishes were horses would be pretty bad for the automobile
meaning to Christmas Day, mak- '
At considerable risk to( life end
: a.u i
industry. "
ing It something other than an Idle '
limb we are publishing names and
time for gift exchanging.On 0
all-just like Santa received

Glad it's Santa and rtot'W'who' has to wear a fur coat the this Christmas, because of and it,is hoped that'our'end willJustify" ., ;
government's vast re-employ-
drastic' methqd
x' S r.-\.ICH'! ; the rather ;
in this weather people in need of charitable bas- ,
t4 we have adopted to obtain it. : 7
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b." in dof charitable bas
people nee In order to save any possible embarrassment -
w .. kets of food and but there
clothing '
14 '' to the letter writers
,.' )r1 The "Christmas rush"1 is what Junior makes for the will be Just as many aa ever who dates.
I"' we publish no,
!, ,dining room table; are In need of a warm handclasp, .
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I. 'I smile and It
:' r 0' a a cherry greeting.
i S r 'ni "1" Is these latter things, which are Daer Santa Claus: '

;i Nothing brightens up .a}house like a lighted Christmastree easiest to give, that are most frequently I read your letter In the Telegraph -' Q14

in \the window. .. neglected. and thought I would be one
: The lapse of time has almost destroyed of the first to answer it, I would
I. I the true significance of like to have a nice soldier suit and

: Bill collectors might be unpopular but they are always Christmas Day, but we of this generatlon I two sets o>( tinker toys, and a few

asked to call again. could recapture it at leastin ,other things If you have them. I
R i. part, if we could remember"On am a little boy seven years old and

o Christmas Day, we will shut In the fourth grade. Now, Santa,
z .e We've been trying all,week, to think of a new way to say out from our fireside, Nothing."' I am also writing you for my little

.:;? "Merry ChhristmasI". I"I ----- sister, Hilda She Is four years old r

''i$ o THE FARMER'S OWN and would like for,bring her
c, nice big doll ,and one that can
One exchange reminds bald men that a hair on the head shut her eyes and a lot of other /
'Is worth Thursday of last week was an If have them., Please, \asHai>e nrH&to climb
it .two:in the brush things you /
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I' historical day for growers of Santa, don't forgetthe., little Bel- ir.: ey ere mayor o/'llE'rHtua'll. nets in the desert regions of
.,\ O. Bradford, Baker and Union Coun- friend ko6bieswestern
gian children and my little has three coiLCCtm Australiajbecausr of
It might be more blessed give than to receive, but most ties, It was the day on which was Eugene Henry who lives here. I old sn.r Old and. lack of
r received the charter for the Production cannons: grass for forntge.
of us had rather do a little of both Credit Association of will close, with love, your little palm ,1''e'S' '_

friend, ..
l 4' ,0 '. Starke. Although the organization -
Scientists tell us that the universe is expanding. Trying bears the name of the county HERBER1 rbURbEN, .
to seat of Bradford County,, the ./-. .. Floydale. S. C. i'
keep up with the dollar no doubt. Hampton, Florida. 'r 'rni
;: change was made at the request of \\. .I"It7/ Dec. 12, 1933. ClimrrlieM

t; \> oWith headquarters in Columbia, S. C., .,..{..., ... ." Dear Santa Claus:
times improving', lot of kids are going to get and does pot mean that the association Dear Santa Claus,: ... .. .., I am a girl )In the second grade, \

1 I re-acquainted with Santa Claus) this year. is any more devoted to the Please bring me a china cabinet and I want you to come to see me
Interests of farmers In this section
and doll bureau and bring a little
a Christmas.
I I want you to bringme
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than to other district In the
table and chairs.
I a dress and some candy, fruit
have received our.t'irst.order: ,. for strawberry tickets. group. LUCILLE MITCHELL. .. ... and nuts and pair of shoes for myself -

": } Farmers must be expecting an ,early season. This new source of credit shouldbe '.: \. !! and a dress and cap for my
welcomed, and we believe it )is doll. and a tea set
0 welcomed since there have been Dear Santa Claus: 1f 1 iffl"l" I

Gainesville Evening News wpnders what hay-wire 13 used many requests for information ever Will you please bring me a sol- \. \ Lovingly,

for now that the Model T has gone out of existence since the first efforts at organlza- dier suit, a cap pistol and case, a IVA PROCTOR. -
Y lon were made. It is the farmer'sown pair> of gloves, a, ;raJn, a rallr9ad Letters To Santa Claus P. S.-Be sure and take it to
0I group. Its charter membersare track and depot, and htoy automo- \ Lake Butler, Florida, about four

If the heat makes Santa Claus feel as lazy as the rest of farmers, its board of directorsIs bile. I will try to be,a good little Starke, Florida miles from town. ;'Jw

l e us, the old fellow might npfc; even start out this year made up of farmers, and Its success boy> till Christmas. 1 ,can't write --
} or failure depends entirely but mother is writing for me. Dec. 2,0, 1933: Hampton, Florida..

o upon the farmers who become borrower Yours with Jove, Dear Santa: Dec 19, 1933.,

Harvard students have been found to carry and average from the organization. MERRILL MCMILLAN.Dear I am six years: old. I want a Dear Santa: "THa fellow

I of twenty-two cents in their pockets-the dern plutocrats. We were glad to welcome directors sail boat. 'I like to play cowboy. We are little sisters, six and four I

q .fe : from Union County at the Don't forget tho suit Bring Sister years old, we want you to bring cjOOa
f:,< ---o
Santa Claus:.,: a Tot Walker, I try,,to be helpfulto each of us a doll that cries and BOa.JtwOrth
last week but Baker
meeting as yet, -,
Santa Claus brought Bradford County farmers A nice the third member of tho group, Please bring me for Christmasa others. Think you, and Merry goes to sleep, a wagon and a ball I *2% 'the ?

rain for Christmas, and nothing could have pleased them has sent no one to sit on the board. rubber ball, a pistol, some caps, 'Christmas, and lots of fruit and candy. .

better. We want to urge our neighbor on some marbles, candy, pecans, apples BOBBY BIGGS. Lovingly yours,' I .
nuts, and few Bettp Jean and Helen ( much ixxflHop" t
the north to be represented at the > oranges, a pennies Eleasexwilly I
0 next directors meeting to be held If you can spare them these Starke, Florida. BETTY JEAN and -
The Ccrescent Journal.sums hard war times.. I will be a good HELEN ELEASE ADKINS. _r t
City ? it up by saying that early In January. If Baker falls to Dec 19, 1933. .

t' most everybody is willing for ,somebody else to put over a come In on this "New Deal" we believe boy. Your TOMMIE little friend WILLIAMS.Dear Dear Santa. Claus: CLOSING OF MAILS
> community she will be losing out on a
project ,) thing. I am a little boy one year and a -
t 0 halt old and I sure want you to Effective November 0, 193S
x .! II Santa Claus:, remember me when you visit. Mall
+ A West
Virginia burglar broke into a factory and got ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTS Please bring me a big doll, a doll tarke. Train South Closes ,

1 away with 1,800 cigars Perhaps a politician getting ready carriage and a writ'"watch. My I want lots of toys and anything No. 11_.__________ 8:45: A. M.

for his next campaign. (Industrial News Review) little sister, Leila Dea, wants a pistol you think would .be nice.for a little Parcel Post. A MERRY

o Business in 1933 has presented a caps and a Dutch doll boy like me. No. 107__,:.________ 9::35 ,A. M.
FLORENCE ANDREWS.Dear My stocking will be hanging
't rather eccentric spectacle., The ,
Henry Ford says "Money is the greatest mystery to me with back of the heater in the living Special
year began practically every I
i ti/ Delivery and
a f of all. I really know so little about it." Bet he doesn't even Industry at a low ebb. Then, directly Santa Claus: room. Special Han-

know hQw to count all he's: got. following Mr. Roosevelt's ascension With love. dling. CHRISTMAS
; to office, a wave of opti- I want a cowgirl suit and a gold LITLLE JIMMY GREEN.
.:: i .Q mism caused increased production, North
L Statistics show thai i' thred times as many girls as boys plant expansion heavler-than-av- ANDREWS. Starke, Florida. No. 12___.___.__?.3:00 P. Bi

If,I caught colds'during October and, November. Boys are pretty rage buying. During the summer Dec. 19,' 1933. Letters.Parcel Post and 10 YOUWe
there constant contraseasonal Dear Santa
d waa : ,
good at catching girls however. Dear Santa Claus:
improvement, largely due to the I want a rocking chair for my I am in the Fourth Grade. I will Letters Special
--Q. i enthusiasm that greeted the NRA be> nine Christmas Day. I am on Delivery and
desk that and
mama are -
papa goIng
One worry that a Floridian when It was created. Early in the the honor roll every month and exempt Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday Only
to and handkerchiefs
give me. ,
escapes: Waking up on a and busi- No. 108___.,___..
fall let-down started
cold a on all lessons but one. I o:oo p, M.
night and andy, and some I
perfume. am
wondering whether to get up and drain the ness conditions of all kinds got Santa I want a pair of skatesso Special. Han-
[!$' water out of the radiator or not. steadily worse. Industries which over at grandpa's. I am. six years I can skate some. I want a big dling. greatly appreciate the

,, ....... -. 0 had visions of reaching the production old.MARTHA VIRGINIA WEEKS. rubber doll, and a doll house. Nos. 1&2-__-.,-.....,_.. 6:00: p, M. patronage that have
levels of a few Junior wants Letters and
.i.p years ago a big play gun and
A movie'actress is sueing her husband for a divorce be- found themselves the bot- a car for his car Is torn up. Parcel Post. given this and
us year
', cause he is lazy. Well, if laziness is made grounds for divorce tom. Dear Santa: ,: Yours very truly -
there will be a lot of broken up homes. Now, on'the basis of very recent Will you please bring. me a vanity To Santa from Starke And Bell Branch we will endeavor to serveyou

u reports. Improvement la again ap- case and go to Mr, Cason'a and GERALDINE and No. 101-Mall leaves.. 6:&1I A. At f
Q earing. Heavy Industries, which ret me one of those little pink JUNIOR SILCOX. No. 102-Mall arrives_ 1:50: P. M.REGISTER In ,the future as we
:', Shades of prohibition! The National Wine and Spirits have been moot backward of all boxes. It baa a looking glass and
have in the .
:, show'opened in New York this week and hot chocolate with lately, are feeling It especiallyan powder puff. Bring me some fruit past.Undoubtedly

L whipped cream was served as refreshments excellent sign. This la largely and candy. And please go to Mr.
1 ." due to the fact that surplus manufactured Mitchell's and get me a box of

i 0. supplies, which resulted candy. One that Is brown and

An agricultural magazine advises farmers never to let a from the great upshoot In activities white spotted; It costs twentyfivecents.

'? pig have a birthday. In other words feed him fast andy last spring, have come fairly prosperity -
4 close to being eliminated. A constantly Please bring me these things.
furiously and market him before he can celebrate his first mounting number of corporations Good-bye has turned the corner,

i, anniversary. are resuming dividends TTour friend
I| to stockholders. Others, which JESSIE MAE BAISDEN.And a and we all believe and
0 were BO fortunate as to have only
A study just completed shows: that,the vast majority orJ'E'oplt educed dividend payments are increasing t s know that 1931 will

'; I, :! die in the early morning and mostly in bed.. The them.A folks, to show you that we bring greater happinessand
can take It, here's, one. from the
i, younger generation should bo.!safe then, since parents claim survey based! of current business, editor himself showing that even at w'e
mainly on government reports comforts than
they never go to be others-that .Is.Cotter we'd got have been able to enjoy
Commodity prices are continuingtheir
'f. ) everything we wanted ouraelf:
President Roosevelt is :.said to rece'ive 4,000 letters every upward trend. Retail prices for time.
+ some
s have advanced more rapidly than Dear Santa Claus: :.
from him of their :
day people assuring support. It is a sure
wholesale prices In spit of strong I want a named Blldmore,
sign of popularity when a man in public office gets as much consumer resistance to higher a soldier game game called On to Flatta-

, 1 i fan; mail as a male film star. osts.: burg, a moving picture machine a

' -0 \ Q. Domestic trade has continued to circus puzzle. I would like to have -
expand but not as much'aa usual a lot of other things but I know
The editor of an exchange last week said that officials in
seasonal experience would Indicate. you have lots of other children to
If,. his county'' should\ be condemned.. Although the text of the department store sales have risen, rive to and I must not ask for too .
editorial made it evident that he meant to say they should and advertising lineage in all manner much. TfieMR'StoreNext :' :

'' of periodical baa increased. With, lots of love MOTOR
be have
,J,, commended there is going. to to be some tall explaining C O.
41 However the sales showing .la still Yours little friend, > to'Post Office l
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