Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
December 29, 1933
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Mrs.' Lord Wins' Prize 'Well. Known Doctor i
Costs t Berries Merry ChristmasNo Hall
Liquidation For Christmas MenuIn AppearIn Takes His Own Life' City Project ;

|Are Cut In Half Telegraph- Contest Local Stores; In 'West-Palm Beach Idle Phrase ;

Mrs. J. H. Lord was this week Dr. Thomas D. Gunter, former Gets Under Way .
announced the winner In the Tele- resident of Starke but more recently ;

Under Lee Regime graph's Christmas dinner menu \Will Ship SoonUnless practicing in WeLt Palm ForBradforditesCommunity

contest. She will receive a six Beach was found dead in his down- '

.-..... months' subscription to the paper. town office there late Monday afternoon Will Be Stuccoed :
Police said he had tele-
of the
Brport Shows Figures For Closed Judges contest were Mrs. Cold Weather Interferes Tree And Bettor
Banks In This SectionOf W. E. Middleton Mrs. George H. Growers Expect Small l\love- phoned an undertaking establish- Business Condition Add To
Lowry and Mrs H H. Young. ment to call for the body and then Gaiety Of Season .{i1.!
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Liquidation costs-covering closed of our readers may wish to save spite of cooler-weather, straw- I I A pistol shot through the head. All wishes for" a "Merry Christ- County Court Held I MORE ROAD MONEY(; ,

ank in this section of the state for next Christmas, was as follows: berries began to make their appearance ended his life. He put through a mas" seemed. to more nearly be t tC

{nder Liquidating Agent H. H. Oyster Cocktail in local grocery stores number of telephone calls ;just be- fulfilled this year than In the past Short Session Here \ \ Office! Here Expert CourtHouse t

rbee at Jacksonville have beenut Cream Tomato this week and growers say that unless fore, as police believe, he shot him- few seasons as stores did a rush Extension To Be
more than half since Comptroller Roast with Soup a freeze puts In Its unwelcome self, informing those to whom he ing business'! and almost everybody A brief Session of County Approved Soon
J.; M. Lee assumed office Turkey Dressingand appearance email shipments will was talking that"U they would seemed to have a few dollars to Judge's Court was held here Tuesday -

[January 3, according to figures Cranberry Giblet Gravy Sauce begin from here next week. One come to his office they would find spend on food and clothing: for him- before Judge E. K. Ferryman. The old two-story city hall is no

Available with the compilation of Mashed Potatoes Creamed Onions, shipper stated Wednesday that it a dead man. self and presents for others. The following cases on an un- more and In its place there will

l1e annual report of the Comp- Baked Squash was possible that a shipment mightbe Dr. Gunter was about fifty-five' The distribution of approximately crowded docket were disposed of: presently be a modern one-story

roller which Is now on the press. Waldorf Salad made today. years of age. No motive was apparent $30,000 In this county to Civil Romia Crawford, charged witn ;. stucco' building to be erected at a
The figures cover operation for Plum Pudding Mince Pie Plant City, where the season is for the act Works employees during the past reckless driving, pleaded guilty and cost of $5,897.46 under the Civil
jlhe six months of Mr. Lee's termd Cheese, Nuts and Raisins running several weeks behind, Besides his widow Dr. Gunter is three weeks had a favorable effecton was fined $1 and costs. Works Administration program.
the last six months of his pred- CoffeeCommission shipped its first carload Friday of survived by his father, J. N. Gunterof holiday business activities and F. C. Coursen, reckless driving, Workmen began early Tuesday

cessor's-the fiscal year beingrom last week. 'It was shipped by J. T. Raiford; four sisters Mrs. Martha merchants could once more com- pleaded guilty and was fined $1 morning;razing the present structure -

July 1, 1932, to June 30, 1933 Moore, formerly of Lawtey, but Hollingsworth, New River; plain of that "tired feeling" it the and costs. which has long been condemn..
lie exact figures and the banks Cuts was made up by the pooled pur- Mrs. Ester Browning Raiford; I end of the day's work. Frank Mitchell, found guilty\ of ed by the State Board of Health.

Deluded: under this liquidatinggent chases of several buyers on the Mrs. Alice Griff. Plant City, and I The peak of Saturday shopping asault and battery, was fined $19 It will be torn completely down and

are as follows: Plant City yard. A second car was Mrs. Delia Parrish, Jacksonville; ,. seemed to be late In the afternoonand and costs. whatever materials can be used ;

Watertown: Bank, Reddick Statenk completed and sent north. Saturday and four brothers Ury Gunter, early in the evening. Although Jerry Parks, found guilty of will go Into the construction of the
Metropolitan Savings: Bank Telephone Rates night. West Palm Beach;' William Gunter, stores remained open until 10:30: petit larceny, was fined $50 and new,building.
The price on the Plant City yard Wauchula Elzie Gunter, Plant the crowd began to thin out before costs.
(Ocala), Lake Butler State Bank, I Plans for the hall include a city
dropped to about 12% cents a pint City, and Charlie Gunter, Jackson that as children hurried home to Charley Heath, found guilty of I
awthorn State Bank, Federated Jail and a place to shelter the fire
WIU Decrease The Revenue Of Friday; and stayed around that ville. bed and mothers and fathers went carrying concealed weapons, waR .
Idg. Loan ASso., Florida Bank & of'Dr. : truck. The main part of the build., y
Gunter's asd
time fined costs.
At the $100
Companies About $150,000 same figure on Saturday. also to self if they could be of any
at Co., First State Bank (MC- ing will consist of six rooms with a
Annually 9 death, Mr. and Mrs. Ury Gunter assistance to Santa Claus. The case of C.. A. Crane, reck-
ntosh), East Florida Savings & C. C. C. Work Report were visiting her parents, Mr. and less driving, was continued until wide corridor at the entrance.
ust Co., Citizens Bank of Mayo Telephone companies operatingin Mrs. George Futch, at Lawtey, Christmas tree celebrations, the next term of court. During'*the time of constructionCity
:itlzens Bank of Jacksonville, Shows Benefits which Included several church
Florida have been ordered by the Big Clerk Carl John will have
ommerclal Bank of St. Augus- trees and many private ones, were his office in his store near the Sea
State Railroad Commission to -
[Ice, Commercial Bank of Jasper, Accident TotalIs climaxed Saturday night by the i Much Illegal Gas board station. .
Citizens Bank of Williston, CltIns make drastic reductions, effectiveJan. Manpower massed in the Civilian community tree on the grounds of
Bank of Dunnellon Bank of.liefland 20, in extra charges for desk Conservation Corps baa wrought the Woman's Club. Several hun- Also approved this week was the
.. and French type telephones and lasting benefits for future genera- remodeling of the Lawtey town
dred children from all part of the
Bank of Alachua Bankt
Jennings, Bank of Hastings, service connnectlons. tions in millions of acres; of the nation's High Figure county received stockings well- Seized By State hall at a cost of $4,370.45.Although .

nk of Levy County (Bronson), Desk set extra charges were cut timbered domain, Robert filled with candy and fruit and toys It has not yet come
ker County State Bank (Mac- from twenty-five to ten cents a Fechner, director of emergency which had been made or remodeledby through, it Is believed at the CWA

Jenny), Bank of Waldo, Bank of month over wall set charges, and conservation work reported this Safety Director Will Organize wome nat the work center here. Many Dollars Saved To MotoristsBy office here, that the extension to
escent City, Bank of Dunnellon, French telephones were reduced week to President Roosevelt.The Council Here Early In Thanks for the tree should go to Department Laboratory the county court house will be approved -

kers Trust Co. (St. Augustine), from fifty to twenty-five cents a forestry army Is engaged in January the music committee of the Wom- InspectorsOne << within the next few days.

radford County Bank (Starke), month additional charge. sixty different lines of activity* an's Club, by whose efforts It was I This addition will be almost aa
Expenses Expennai Service connection charges reduced Fechner said In a report on the Asher Frank, state safety.director nade possible. hundred and sixty-four lots large aa' the present building, but

Paid Paid as follows: Exchanges serve first six months' activity of his or- who will be in Starke early in Several of the churches here fur- of gasoline of Illegal quality, rep- only one-story present plan are
7-l-SJto U-H1-82 1-1-83 8-80-38 to ing leas than 2,500 'subscribers i ganization, but the great bulk of January to organize a safety coun- ther observed the day by special resenting 133,000 gallons, have carried out. It calls for an expenditure

ttorney P'eeeU8,8611,11 | 1.74881 : from $3.50 to 92.50; exchanges field operations "have teen directed cil, announced this week that 397' programs of Christmas music and been seized by the Florida Depart- pf 11850. ,
..., .__ 8,800,88 1.963.41aces I
'ourt, Coat_____-- 4,1103.90 1,1154.80 serving between 2,500 'and 30,000 toward fire proofing the foreststo persons died In Florida as the result candlelight services on Sunday. ment of Agriculture since its new An additional sum of $12, 61. O
nMursnee .__-- 8,125,1111 1,088.U i subscribers, from $3.50 to $3.00; the greatest possible extent the of motor vehicle accidents dur- :laboratory service was established was approved Wednesday of'this
ntere.t tarter "PaidEmployees. -4-,,!, 8.a87.U 191i.811: exchanges serving more than 30,000 protection of the forest from tree- ing the first ten months of 1933. J. F. Kickliter, Jr., Dies early last spring.As week forjroad' construction In this
w 11,040.78 10,829.02 I subscribers were not effected, but attacking insects and diseases This information,is bald to have gasoline, can be readily adulterated oounty. *
ant _____ 1,083,15 88880ravel which kill millions of val At Home Here Monday I
annually bureau
Expenae_ 8.848.70 1,188.18 ; the commission said there were come from the of vital statistics with inferior products, or Although approved, work ha not
"pp115. Tellbone. : I none of that size. now operating In uable trees, the prevention of soil I in Jacksonville.' I will lose a large part of its valueas yet begun on Improvements to the

:_'Tel.roperty ____. 11II2,18' 17U.4. Florida. erosion which government experts Duval, with fifty-three fatalities, James F. Kickllter, a well-known a motor fuel when kept too longIn school building here. However, it
The reductions, Chairman Eugene state annually causes losses run led all other counties, Mr. Frank storage, constant is
Ma.1ntenne. young civil engineer,' died of an vigilance [Is expected that this will get underway r
___. 750 28 1,804.21lee. into hundreds of millions of
S. Matthews of the commie- ning said. There were thirty-seven to prevent fraudulent
Expenae_.._ 1,809,98 1,1>23.40 acute heart attack at his home necessary or within the next week and ,
, tnmieeion Pala slon estimated, would decrease the dollars and the improvement"of deaths in Dade, twenty-seven In here early Monday night.Mr. careless distributors from violatingthe i plans include a wing on the south '

Liquidator ___ 10,829,118 1,472.99 revenue of telephone companies operating park areas for recreational use. Hillsborough twenty in Orange, Kickllter had ;Just: assumed law, according to Commissioner -, side of the building which will contains

Total _______t50,1148,88 127,305.63ollecllone i In the state by about $150 Turning to actual figures, the di- sixteen in Broward, fifteen In Palm charge of the geological survey for Nathan Mayo. I two rooms and will correspond I'

--.7100,916.89 1100,484.30 000 to $200,000 annually.Announcement rector showed that the 300,000 men Beach, thirteen In Escambla, Bradford County that is being Early last spring Commissioner to similar\, wing on the
of the commis under his command spent 400,000 twelve each in Volusla, Polk and I
The above figures for Mr. Lee's made to aid in the administrationof Mayo equipped a field laboratoryin north. "
sion's order was made at the end forest fires, Plnellas and ten each In Alachua .
man days fighting ,
:Ix months period include some ofhe the Civil Works program here. charge of a competent oil chem i 4)- ii :, I
of a three-day hearing, at which planted trees on more than 25,000 and Gadsden. j I
commissions paid the old llq- The young engineer Had been a ist to supplement the limited lab-
Idadators which are charged inhe telephone companies had been ordered acres and started plantings on Mr..Frank said he would organIze life long resident of Starke, having oratory facilities available at Tal- : Governor ,Asks

January business inasmuch as to show cause why the reductions 50,000( more, completed disease councils in twenty-five counties been born here June 22, 1900. He lahassee. This has enabled the de- i
or complete abandonment control work on 1,675,000 acres, January.. Forty-two'' have
e new Comptroller did not take was formerly city and county engineer partment to make a more thoroughand
Idles third' of Janu- should not be made. and rodent control work on another already been organized, he said. consistent of the
until the day and for a number of years check-up gasoline r For More Money
ry Pincipal witnesses for abandon 3,566,918. The original organization meetingfor was connected with the State Road distributed over the state In
ment or reductions represented the More than 800,000 acres were Bradford County, which was
the filling stations and the oil
Under Comptroller J. M, Lee'sIrogram Department.Mr. com
City of Miami and the State Hotel subjected to pest control opera- to have taken place several weeks Ie.' bulk I -"
no commissions are being Association. tions, and 47,459 were gone over to ago, was postponed to a later ,date, Kickllter Is survived by his pan Commissioner plants.Mayo states ,that Wants Srfft00.000 For Relief Program -
jiald liquidators as all are paid on wife, Mrs. Vlvlrette Kickllter; two
eradicate poisonous plants. Workers as yet unannounced. of this In January And
every gallon illegal gasoline
i salary basis. "Red" Kite In TroubleIn constructed 12,671 miles of Mr.1 Frank said telegrams from children, James Nelson and Martha has been withdrawn from sale, and February
The total coat of the liquidations trails 4,229 bridges and 63,000 soil all parts of the state indicate to Kickllter; his father, J. F. Kick- where there unmistakable Indication -
lor all closed banks In the entire Tampa Courts erosion dame.CHRISTMAS'. him that road patrols are being organized liter, Sr., and one brother, Charles ,of adulteration waa Governor Sholtz: this' week applied
confiscation -
State of Florida baa been reduced for day and night service. Luclan Kickllter. and have, been to the Federal government ;
rom $1,063,000 to $342,000 and of George "Red" Kite, former resident CACTUS BLOOMSOne When the safety campaign was Funeral services were held from sorted to"Durlnll prosecution re- for a grant of $5,500,000 to carryon
She charged against Comp- of the most beautiful Christ- November he said, the Baptist Church Wednesday
expense of Starke and one-time stool Inaugurated in this period, the eleven emergency relief to ;jobless per-
roller Lee's six months period Is pigeon for Federal prohibition mas cactus that we have ever had only about six counties in the state morning at 10:00 o'clock with the trained and experienced Inspectors sons In Florida during January and

ore than $11,000 for attorney's agents, is in the Hillsborough Conu- the privilege to see Is now bloom- maintained any kind of road patrol. Rev. M. C. Stith of Jacksonville who devote a major portion of February according to Associated

sea earned in the preceding years ty Jail charged with using a black- Ing at the home of Mr.: and Mrs.J. Leon Dade, Duval, and Hillsbor-\ officiating. their inspection activities to en- ,Press reports. Florida's allotment i
n addition, to hang-over llqulda- Jack to "work on" a victim on the F. Colley. The plant, althoughnot ough Counties are among these. In Interment was in Crosby Lake forcement of the gasoline law, for December was $1,250,000.
ors' commissions.! unusually large, has between Duval at the present time there are cemetery under the direction of the
night of Dec. 15. The bonds of have, in addition to drawing, care- Direct relief needs were estimated ni.
two and three hundred blooms of road while in DeWitt C. Jones Company.
Kite and two companions were set twelve patrolmen Fully reporting and identifying at $1,250,000 for each of two /
rich color and are beautiful. there are five, he said. Relatives from out of town who "
at $500 each. very Hillsborough thousands of samples for analysis months, while the application said I
Deadline attended the funeral were Mrs. T,
a g Kite first made the front pages S made from forty thousand Individ $1,500,000 monthly would be necessary
of Tampa newspapers three years to' regular '
ual ,provide payroUafor
II. C. Kelley Brooker and Eu- Starke football fans will have an Woodward, Jacksonville; Mrs. Le- pump Inspections. 'f
ago when he was "taken for aride" ;jobless persons, not included In
All that found
Not t' Extended and warned to undercover nice Whitehead Lawtey, Dec. 23. opportunity to see a game on New ona Wainwright, Jacksonville and pumps are giving ,\
atop the Civil Work ,
accurate measure and are In satisfactory program
Starke'Independents M. B. Jacksonville.
work for agents.. Rodman Underhill and Elsie Year's Day when the Mrs. Bishop, r
Rhoden, Dec. 23. will play the Jacksonville Pallbearers were: Frank Car- mechanical condition, have The> application signed by the;
,- Five men were indicted for con- E. W. Gliaaon and Maggie Don- Journal Yellow jackets on the municipal penter, Warren Perkins, Carl affixed to them the blue approvallabel :Governor and Marcus C. Fagg. i
tutomoblle* Must Display New spiracy in connection with the affair nelly, Dec. 23. field. The game U scheduled Johns, II. C. Wan Wilbur Scott, of the department, but scores Emergency Relief director said<< ',

License' By January 15, and four of them were sen Clarence :Melton and Pell Dyal, for 3:00 o'clock, and small' slmlsaion Jimmie Goodwin, W. J. Epperson, of pumps each month that have be 75,000 persons would require direct s

According To Wilder tenced to jail terms by Federal Dec. 23. fee will be,charged *t ,' Jr., T. T. Long and C. A. Futch. come Inaccurate more than the tol- relief during the' first, two, month
Judge Akermaa.: erance allowed by the Florida law of the new year. p
There"will be no extension of In former brushes with the Jaw : are required to be adjusted and re- Latest available' figure showed J,

[lime on automobile license tags In Tampa Kite was freed of charges paired promptly'while many ,others there were 90,809 families and '
bis year, according to a letter re- that he beat his wife, a bride of that are more seriously deficient 17,305 Individual persons outside of ,
elved this week by Tax Collector one month ; shot at his brother, are temporarily condemneduntil families on'relief roll during November {
A. Knight from George H.'Wilr. Leon Kite, and Held up two men on put Into satisfactory conditionand I but figure on December

acting motor vehicle commis- a Hillsborough County highway. O re-approved for use. i 14 'showed 83,363 men and 11,523 "> '

loner, and the new tags must be It haa been estimated from careful ,women were engaged In regular -:"'(
o automobiles by'January 15. Bible study continues each Tuesday analysis of the Inspection records job In connection with the Civil i

Mr. Wilder stated In his letter night at 7:30:: in the upper that this service alone saves Works program. They were trans. .

[The Governor will not take advan- room of the Odd FeUow building. at least half a million dollars annually ferred from the Emergency Relief .. ,
Ke of the provision In the act giv- Noted teachers of the Bible will be / 9 3 4 to the motorists of Florida, I rolls, ,I,
the '
heard at Intervals during com-
1nc him authority to extend thee besides protecting the thousands of New tabulations to, show the 'i"
which will be
the first of
for procuring 1934 tags until ing year honest filling station operators number of persons actually on the '
|February 15 The Governor has Dr. F. L. Brooks, now pastor of From unfair competition of the dishonest direct relief rolls are to be made ,I
Avondale Church, Jacksonville -
lmada a hard campaign urging the Baptist minority. this week-end, the relief adminis
People of the state to pay their on Tuesday evening. Jan. 9. tration' statistical department
Dr. Brooks has held conferencesover
taxes, largely In order to keep the GreeaImprovlng said. "
the United States and In Can- '. ,
lIChodla going and it would hardly J The Emergency Relief Administration -
ada and Is considered one of he After Brief Illness
consistent his to give according to data which
on part .V .
teachers In this line. r"
|this extension. nitstandlng accompanied the application; la
treat is in store for those who *"" ?
I JAnY' one driving their car after A '; The Congressman R. A. Green Is con- supplying work payrolls for 5,504 \
January 15 without a new tag winIUbjed hear him. > : Telegraph' valescing at his home here after men and 14,865 women, who were '

I>* to arrest, Mr. Wilder } BISHOP TO PREACH Buffering a severe attack of Influenza In Florida' original ,t't'no

|Hated la his letter. Bishop Frank A Juhan of Jack- that baa confined him to his allotment of 89,300 men under the ; '

TOUrists and winter residents sonville will preach the Sunday bed for the past ten days. Civil Works employment campaign. t

lai1Ing to buy a :JT1oridaI'{ must morning sermon at the St. Mark'sEpiscopal Wishes Each and: Every One of You{ Mr.. Green wishes leave aa Expenditure by the relief administration ,'

|?wt obtain a, Florida) ,flUe :Mr. Church at 11 o'clock. All soon as possible for Washington, during the paat three
itgbt stated yesterdayand people: members and friends of the church D. C., where Congress convene months/'were' put at $1.085,00544

bons' out (X-the,,* te'selling ,car* are extended a cordial invitation to TV r Jan. 3, but U yet unable ltd. announce for1' September; $1,828,721.15 for'

IUM lit vrtda must obtain a Floridai" be present. 1Qzr definitely the date"'of hU. 'October,'and"11,309,943.25'for., November
before theaaU cap\ be made. It Happ JWew departure. ,
In storing dried fruit for winter Local government 'agencies In ; ,'

JiI RiYers <* the apple crop In use, sprinkle sassafras bark Lemon jelly left from dessert the state contributed f 30,708.15 to 7
chIlB1l this year contracted for through the fruit. This. will keeppat dial be cut up into cubes add mixed 'relict requirement durhi Novem ;

orcliaxda Insects. ... ? .-.-.-.&-:r..... j with fresh vegetables,salad. bar -,
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Yf"i Christina ProgramA ; A PAii. tt AOnu Twbe* Ce*. TaE PAARYe..MICN ih j ,
School closed Friday afternoon i ARoJL41'g l II
large crowd enjoyed a community 5L !-MIl Ve1C til6t\T GARO 'bt:
with a nice program I
for the holidays I v
Iy Christmas program and tree Of-1 i i\IWe.\ / 1 'M10Eu0A/u0 1M 'li-\I.\ .eVtH1NII ,ry
and pretty
the pupils a
by LEA
,yl last Saturday night at the Brooker WLHOs wUlRJIIIfT Off.E1E
Christmas, tree and presents for V111ew 't' $lJMMU.
school A short program was rendered -: em es' r
each one. Mills Flora Conoly, =- "kRe. 1 soul TiE! LLYat busrH *1- G
of the
by the Sunday Schools "
Green Cove 'rN! oc.oIfWO'"
teacher, Wette1' Pte'
4 { to spend the holidays at community after which Santa and p..o Aa' reUT \ l't 9EIJ. 11tM. IT MKfSbo M1nC4 IL:
Springs I \
his helpers distributed the gifts -teet iReiJ 'Tea. Sw tf\ T T rt
/tome. sill HU1t4 4 t\ll.\ ()U) Ai L. /-4;
which had been placed on and -
Mr. and Mrs H. C. Wimberly about the tree. N4A J ten) ? Me. T))

and Miss Patty Wimberly of Nichols % t\\HT'\\ ''Tflltftt'l I'M 6iTnr-f: It
arrived Saturday for a two Locals Nat t euRt\Itl' tft.1et'ftfl: ,.

weeks' visit with relatives. Mrs. A. F. Raulerson of Okee- LEAVES MANeS. e\IRJiJK. 71. EZSetib0

Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Dlnklns of chobee Is spending some time here feeL KitiDb 1fgVfS'II ?

w, Jacksonville sent Christmas herewith with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. tl(0HteR S P 1
her brother-in-law and sister, P. Galney. i
\o'I\\'t :
l1 L. J. Norman.
Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Webb and .....
Mrs. N T. G1 eon and children returned children spent. the holidays with r
ras .
i' w home Monday afternoon friends and relatives in Jackson. I fl r+r; 1 ta.
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visit here with her mother, ji .
t< ? after a yule I (. 1
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,;rBSI The Highland Baptist Sunday children spent Sunday aa the FAIR THE BODY'S I=UEL..
School entertained Friday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hogan AND WARMER A MAN IN
JJI with a prettily decorated Christmas Smith of Sampson. 9 TIMES OUT OP IOWHE.N CONSUMES SIXTYVtARS

? t f, ; tree and Christmas songs and TNt U.S. WEATHER .. TONS OF CARBON FIVE .
/i 1 recitations.. .BODY MEAT,
children were attending to businessIn WARMER OR'SNOW AND l :
W. M. Wimberly and Miss Fred Gainesville Saturday. r COLDER* THtPREDICTION
,' dy Wlmberly of Starke spent ( ) ISCORRE.CT. i! Y
Brunnen and
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. ; if1l.
31 Chi'latmas Day here with Mrs. II. I -
daughter of Lake Butler spent last
C Wimberly, Sr., and family.
week-end here with Mrs. Brannen's a\ -1l.\\
y;' ? Robert Green of Starke was a parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Galney.! .. i Illy I j
visitor here Monday. Mrs. II. B. of Okeecho- '
Conelly I !
Some visitors here Tuesday Included bee is spending some time here S /

W. J. Bailey, Ed Maycum- with her mother, Mrs. Sally Mott. -- -d1: i TRAVELING
i ber William Reid of Jacksonville, Mr. and :Mrs Sam Baxter of MAILMEN-
J. II. Moore of Lawtey and Henry J Tampa spent. the week-end here RURAL AAAU.CARRIERI
u Hudson of Jacksonville. with friends and relatives. I IN THt U.S. TRAVEL MORE

1 Mrs. T. R. Cnrruthers of Jacksonville -I Mr and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and ,vt, S 1F.VNE ..l'g lreet m,, r..Irase.. d? THAN A MILLION MILES DAILY,
visited her sister, Mrs. children of Jacksonville spent the k ---I

Ruth Marr, here Sunday. Christmas holidays here with her
I Strawberries will keep longer If Between craft and credulity UKpolce
I Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Crews of Rai- parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey.
J placed in a fruit jar with cover on of reason Is stifled. Bullet,
I' { ford visited relatives here Friday. Clyde Kelley and sister. Mrs. H.H. .
tight and placed In the icebox. .
[ Mott, were transacting businessIn
Starke Friday.G. Korean lepedeza is promising to I
NOW'S TilE TIME E. McCauley and daughter, LMg4D% I DAYS e Cons The years teach much which the displace a part of the corn acreage
For Connie, were attending to businessIn days never know.-Emerson. in Missouri.

Starke .
Saturday.Mr. with her daughter, Mrs Rosa
OYSTERSAlso and Mrs.. L. A. Mintz of Westbrook.
; Jacksonville spent the holidayshere r TIIERESSA GRAHAM
Mrs. F. M. Reynolds, Mrs. J. P.
with her parents Mr and Mrs.
Mlaa Ellen Jottmmnm, c.... Reynolds and Mrs. Edith Starling
BARBECUEThe L. R. Galney. I Mln Rhode Zrltfler, Car.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby and were shopping In Gainesville

Host In Town children and Mr and Mrs. L. C. Thucsday.: Let
Leo and Jesse Brown of Cocoa Mr and Mrs Mack McKenzie of .
Crosby spent the Christmas holidays !
Nh'? HALL'SBarbecue with friends and relatives in spent Christmas with their sister, Jacksonville were visiting the lat- STAKKK' HOTEL

;'4' Place Greensborough.Mr. Mrs. W. Constantine, and their ter'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. John

R Near Seaboard and Mrs. R. M. Gainey were aunt, Miss Ida Hogan. Surrency, Sunday afternoon. The following guests were reg-
Station I visiting friends and relatives In Mrs. H. D. May had a family Mr. and Mrs. Gieger Barry of istered at the Starke Hotel recently -

;, Shellman, Ga., last week-end. They reunion at her home on Christmas I Tampa spent the holidays with : Robert Cantor! James the carspeak
were accompanied home by her Day. With her were here parents Mrs. Barry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hawthorn, Everett, 111.; Mr. and

;- WHY NOT HAVE THE father, Mr. Ivy.H. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hagan of Irving Murrhee Mrs. George Fordham, Roy Moore
P. Gainey was attending to Hampton, and other relatives. Mrs. W. T. Watson and son T. Southhampton, N. Y.; Grace Ek>r- '

V,1I' BEST business in Statke Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan and L., of Gainesville were visiting at ry Long Island, N. Y.; Mrs O. B.

9 daughter of Putnam Hall were visiting the home of Mr and Mrs. L. C. Hedrlck, Wllliamsport, Pa.; J. L. for itself
t AH new, modern\ equipment. When Albert Lindgren, rural her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Smith Sunday. Clark, C. C. Hicks. Jacksonville;
t s, We are prepared" to serve. mall carrier, of Kerkhoven Minn
R. Swindell, Christmas Day.J. Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney and chil- Fred B. Hodzen, Mrs. Fred B. Hod-
/ I ,, Our service In finer" our retired recently he said he had T. McIntyre of Jacksonville dren left Friday night for an ex- zen, Beverly, Mass; Mrs. Gus Du-

o price Is lower.BOREE worn out twenty-two horses and spent Christmas Day here visiting tended visit with her parents In gan, Beverly, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs.I. I
& GIDDENSFVNF.IU.L elgb-t automobiles in thirty years. friends.Mr. South Florida.Mr. E. Bernard, New York City; Mr.
end Mrs. Paul R. Scott, Wilmington -
and Mrs. E. S. and little and Mrs. Harvey Starlingare
i DIRECTORS quart Jar rubbers become hard Sibley N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. George H. '
Pkoae 8-O.KM AmhaUue ger-rlr soak them for one-half hour In a daughter of Starke spent Sun the proud parents of a baby Putnam, Worcester, Mass. Mrs.
1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. with her Mr. and Mrs., boy born Dec. 20. ;
solution of two parts water to one day parents\ Alice Redden, Mrs. Anna Y. Bailey,
'u SUrko. Flu., Dranrh Near Depot part ammonia and they will become C. A. Youngblood.Leo Mrs. A. E. Ward left Sunday to WDorcester, Mass.; D. W. Daniel, F
pliable. Hill and Nelson Flanagan of spend Christmas with her aunt,
j I I Dallas, Texas; George McErchern,
Jacksonville spent Christmas with Mrs. Emma Blakely, in Jackson- Meridian, Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. E.
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
ville. W. Brown, Willow Springs, 111; W. pa
Q. W. Hill, and family. Mr .and Mrs. Alvin Wasdln of
A. Bakerton, Yonkers, N. Y.; ,
LLo Johnnie and Jesse Adkins of Baxter, Ga., are spending the holi George C. Little, Boston Mass.; +
6 ,, Jacksonville spent the week-end days with Mr. and Mrs. H. D Was Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Watt, Ocean
with their sister, Mrs. R. M. Her-

'1411e0 b sey, and family. din Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Reynoldsof Grove Floral Park N. J.,;N.Chauncey J.j; Mr. and S. Clark Mrs., !/ / *?

S Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.were R.visiting G. Zeigler his parents of. tives Jacksonville here Sunday.were visiting. rela- Foureker Sandborne, ,Jacksonville Chicago; W.Jerry Robinson D. r1//IIII/IIIhll14/
; -
f Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler, A. A. Armistead of Gainesvillewas London, England.
Christmas night. in our section Sunday.Mrs. .
Wesley Heraey of Lake Butler Is Etta Reynolds returned He who conquers his wrath over-
visiting hid cousins, Mr and Mrs. Saturday from Omega, Ga., where comes his greatest enemy.-Pub-
1 1'i Clyde Hersey. she has been upending some time lius Syrus.
p Mrs. J. A. Mlllken of Starke

spent Tuesday with her mother,
Mrs. A. L. Sullivan.Mr. .
r .
l : and Mrs. J. P. Summers and
don Carlos, of Providence and Mrs.J. i Do You Know? HUNDREDS of thousands of people now own

t1ri. P. Sullivan of Hampton spent and drive Ford V-8 cars. Some neighbor or
4 Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs.
Cleveland Sullivan and family. friend of yours has one. If we told you what we

G'N There was a community Christ-
mas tree at the Christian Church think of the car, you might say we are prejudiced,

Monday. Many gifts were ex- 80 we let the car and its owner tell you.
changed and everyone enjoyed the
; affair. Economy of operation is one of the first points
-- S they will emphasize-the owner will boast of it

While 30-ton monsters lumbered [ HAMPTON and the car will prove it.

The 1934 car is even better than the 1933-

V" over OKLAHOMA I ..lM A.a l'Il' __., c....
x and that was our best car up to its time. The new

fir j1 9 Deep In Oklahoma lie the producing sands of the O. L. Harrison and family of car is more beautiful-faster-more powerful

Lake Worth are spending the holi- -gives miles better oil
Cambrian and Ordovician Agri-in some place. more to the gallon-
days here. They were at one time
Y than mile below the surface. of these sand. andope&'ate
more a residents of our town and have economy-is easier riding-cheaper to own

Sinclair takes the rich Cambro-Ordovician crude oil many friends here who are always tHan
any car we ever built.
'which it refines and blends into Sinclair Opaline glad to see them.
; Mrs. H. F. Chesser Is her You it to
visiting RR'
owe to yourself and pocketbook
Motor Oil-a of 80 million of Nature'smellowing .e your
product years
daughter, Mrs. G. W. Shaw, of Mi I. y U
1, and filtering treatment. In process of man ami. She will visit other pointsof f rA ask our Ford Dealer to let you see this car and

ufacture Sinclair Opaline is de-waxed and freed from her Interest return.In South Florida before let you drive it for yourself. At the wheel of the

,i petroleum jelly at as low as 60* F. below zero. Try a Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch spent car you will be sure to reach a right decision. The
crankcaie/ul: of Opaline -note how It lasts in the heats Christmas Day with Mra. Futon's

of hard driving. father, Philip Crosby, of Brooker. Ford V-8 will tell you its own story.
s, Miss Hazel Underbill left last
Friday for Starke where she will

_ : spend Christmas holidays with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Under NEWFORD
J. W Horne and family are
spending a few days with relatives
i ...- In Georgia. 8
"VOIlT"From V.
MOTOR Mrs. J. P. Sullivan left last Mon-

the Oldest Mid-continent Crude. day for Lulu, where she will be the

guest of her daughter,' Mrs. :J. P. '.......... C-. Nr.rl a.YN4,

h' Agtnt Sinclair Refining Company ('lac.) Summers.N.. T. King. of Tampa Is visitinghis THAT moot art batter travelers. In Northern Quebec than even
I .'. famed retndser. to the old saint traded Connor and Blltu...
r. Y J. H. WAINWRIGHT son. E. J. King. this week. two of Pale r.lnd..r for a pair of harnosa-brokon. moss when ho needed for 1934
a few extra Chilatmaa trod for tile kiddies .In Lae Roml district Thomooao
D STARKE, FLA. PIIONE158 Unhappy Is be who trusts only to Jim and Kato, arjitracU>._.nd_haul.a...oUIgn! with owtftntooyin9
time for JUa bappines v-.Voltaire. .
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,r.---DECEMBER- -.----- --.-..-----..---- -.- _..., ---- .--- ---'-"-'-"----,-.'. --- -.-- -. -.---- --._- .-.--. -- _____ ..__ _.___._._ ____,_____ ,, '. ,_ __ __on__ '.'uU' ,_ ,_."" "__
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T VKINO FARM:: LABOR FLORIDA BENEFITS Mrs.: Carl Mitchell of Worthington J I II1'f
-.rtWat RO ,.
WEST PALM BEACHCon- TALLAHASSEE- Uncle Sam I Minn., believes in patronizinghome And the Worst is Yet to Come--

gressman J. Mark Wilcox has dropped four and one-half million Industries. She had her car
civil dollars Into Florida for Christmas towed 600 miles from Peoria 111., '
asked Harry L. Hopkins
LIVE STATE NEWS works administrator, to prevent shopping. It came from the Civil I where she hit a bridge railing to
irreparable Injury' 'to farmers of Works Administration and from her home town to have It repaired. T I ,

this part of Florida, asserting they the Federal Emergency Relief Ad. t ,
News of Florida in Short:! Paragraphs Jf are unable to obtain enough laborers ministration, and went to men and After thirty-three years on the

In competition with the tfWA women who earned It at regular road an automobile owned by Mrs.J. .

scale of pay. Wilcox said he had jobs. W. Harvey of Lee N. H., Is still

-- received complaints of farmers giving satisfactory ..service and Is ,
:-- '- -- that a serious situation was con- BANDITS non DANK capable of thirty miles an hour. .
DeLANDThree unmasked bandits
SEEKS DEPOSIT LOAN CENSURES NUDISMST. : fronted because of Inability to get "
enough laborers for the winter robbed the Orange City Bonk I'POSITIVE 1tiE RINCy ,
J. .
prac near here of approximately $3,000
I M. Lee has announced he was preparing tice of ,nudism was severely con- bean harvest. "Unless some CWA plan and made good their escape to the 1 PROM Sfcfc&SS ; 'J C
can be devised whereby the ,
application to the Recon- demned by City Court Judge EdgarH. south. The bandits were said to ,
struction Finance Corporation for Dunn last week In fining John can be prevented from competingwith have driven a Plymouth roadster. PILESAgonlaty PAIDN & ., ;

loans on the assets of every closed Schumaker, winter visitor from legitimate Industry and agriculture They entered the bank while D. B. r \
state bank In Florida so that payments Germany. $10 for sunbathing on Wilcox wrote Hopkins, Tuten, president, and Hobson rectal pain .Ka.s;..lft 1 1C 1e ...',
I could be made to depositors.He the municipal beach clad only in a "the CWA will completely destroy Haigh, cashier, were alone in the .ootKlB* comfort-tJmcut !.- f \"
loin what is left of agriculture and Industry .tBtir. That u th. r.llf ALL
made the announcement after cloth. Judge Dunn ruled that and held the '
reports from Tampa that Schumaker had violated the in this section." building pair captiveat pil- ..ff.rar. obtain from 'MEMO. ,
receiving: city
while the r
pistol's point, currencyat
FREE. w. support thU .tt.m..t
speculators were seeking:to buy up ordinance concerning indecent expoture. ATTACK ECONOMY: ACT the windows was scooped up. with A tnon., (..ra.l*..
certificates on the basisof the exact application of ,
BEACH-In whatit If torturod
WEST PALM yea arc by pilc :yon ,
reports that the loans were to besought which has been the subject of con- asserted to be a stato-wlde move LIQUOR SI11TMENT! bar probably tried many ...-..11...

[ troversy among department heads 'ment of veterans to restore pensions TAMPA-The first assignmentof ....... Do not Judgo 'HEMO-FREE ,
here for several weeks. by past disappointment. Its action
decreased by the last Congress whisky from foreign landa-
DRUNKEN DIU'TRTAMPA the local post of Umted 3,000 gallons from Nassau- is ,!. .pod.. lira, almost mtracnloui. in .. 1,
c. Itching, bleeding, external.,
A speeding: motor FLORIDA UNAFFECTEDTALLAHASSEEThe Spanish War Veterans has adopted scheduled to arrive In the dry portof protruding, or Internal pile. C-)
I !truck with a drunken driver at he Haw resolutions attacking the economy Miami and to be transported Remember how joyous life wa

I wheel brought tragedy to three Cooper Federal law prohibiting act. The resolutions post officers under bond through equally dry txfore violent pain tabbed you
( homes here when It crushed the inter-state exchange of prison- said would be placed in the handsof Florida,within a few days Customs Into dull mUorr. Regain that
I lives out of two persons and se- made goods, which will go Into effect Senator Duncan U. Fletcher and Collector A. J Angle announcedlast prieeleci happineie by ending for
verely injured a third on the January 1, will have little Influence Congressman J. Mark Wilcox with week. .A permit for the liquorto and using HEMO-FREE. If you

I Twenty-Second Street Causeway. ,.on, Florida, Dr. Coyle E. requests for action at the coming land at Miami and to be transported wish Send, pay the coupon poitman today.upon deliver NOW i..

I Two bodies are in the morgueoneof Moore, associate professor of sod- sestion of Congress. The resolu- has been granted by the the best tim.
I them still unidentified-and an logy at Florida State College for tions assert that the economy act Terrporary Liquor Control Boardat HEMO LABORATORIES
1 Injured boy Is under the care of a Women, has stated. Goods: madeIn "robs widows and orphans of their Washington. 4520 West Pico Blvd.
I physician because Jesse Jackson. the Florida prison at Raiford rights" and "violates the nation's Lo. Angeles, Calif.
I negro mixed gasoline with liquorIn the criminology professor said are obligations to Spanish War veter- After your fruit jars have been Enclosed I. $1.00 for foil .r..
I a truck owned by the Armour : used only In Florida by state agencies ana" and declares the pension reductions filled and lids tightened invert tub. of HEMO-FREE.
(Packing Company. I and institutions and removed than cans until cool to make sure thereIs 1Vam.._._._.__
not more
are Add.....___.._._....._?..__ I I
exchanged for goods made in other $1,500,000; a year from Florida no air and no leakage. This will
Citp---S tat Iln.ato ._
KILLS \VIIITE QUAIL prisons of the country trade channels. insure keeping longer. .. .r :f

j quail white with pink eyes was I "KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES" and Eddie Face a Crisis ---By POP MOMANDI': .

I killed In Alachua County by Will I :

I Fairbanks, University law student. IT AiNlT I5.K&WT J.!! WHY SHouLD :X: OUNNOAL.- -..tVE' lY? it .ii
t : M" \f
Fairbanks said he spotted the bird :-t LO, EDD'6' r YOU MVATVD t"\c 1T.
j I in one of the largest of CLARICE iBT CORE if* WECA'.11' IS DINNER BEEM Af=RAlDTOTH' A3 / CY GfQLLY, Z'LL ..... .......NT aOMl:6. r *
TO GaC G+O FIX t i 'f
I quail he has ever seen. According ReADY ? P94. $ 14 i
BeEN SL.AMMIN !'t! ; ""( ""w,'RSGLP .tit..
I to experts on bird study this is avery WHe.Re.'S. .
euu..ooze Me : ;JF
:: POTS AND PANS sra-voo 6E.TTER: // r A4 .
I rare specimen of ornithological TV1 OU1 6AI..? / f tr _. ;.."'" .va'.
.... ;
life. There are few records of /
; : :
[albino quail having been bagged in F -
I r '"
: ,- :
'; -? I
[Alachua County, veteran hunters C Ill
r"t' ;: : 1
[Bald yesterday. Fairbanks Intendsto
( take the bird to a taxidermist ''l ii, --- /f r .J.JJ ... --4 'I! ;

land have It preserved for displayIn ; .

[ a bird study exhibit. ... .:;' ;..- :::

TAMPA Manufacturers and

workers in the Tampa cigar Indus- I---
try have arrived at an agreement I .
L :
governing labor relations for the $ : 4

next three years. The agreement, tw 7111S q n,. awaw 4 ,., te.1 .-. .- -' "' I

drawn during two weeks of negotiations .

United under States the Department direction of of La-the r THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR A Resolution To End Resolutions :.

bor, was signed by R. E. Van Horn,
vice president of the Cigar Makers t: rCj SUCH A PAI -/ tVE T4E w 0 31IEMR rpfPA HAPPY Mill TCAfc,

International Union; Manuel la ? ttl4ot l OU OE11tti.'i ADp MAKE
s 50emI3pW W D
Rosa, president of the Joint advls- YOUR aooo
)ry board of tobacco workers of nRWtts i TIUMK WE SWO ( 4 RESOLUTION ANOTHER NEW VEAR7UC #
Tampa affiliated with the union, i fo '
nd Thomas M. Finn commissioner I II
if conciliation of the United States 1( 6t1' I IavE! I AS Z LIVE !

epartment of Labor. LcJ r %* ,e QEgOtVEO-


that b QA
t J
he Florida documentary stamp 1ft
ax law Is unconstitutional and
hat Its application to brokerageIrma cqt/

would make an exhorbitant .1 ; .

ost, Thompson and McKinnon and Y"r' CI

tenner, Beane and Ungerlelder, I
rokerage firms asked a three- .
udge Federal Court here today for
-- 4. _
a permanent injunction against collection ; cw 4.
of the state tax on their I
tock sale transactions. The brok-

rs held that documentary stamps .as s
)n their business alone would cost .M i

'ach about $500 a day on business e_.. .... ,, .gKT"_ y
n Florida. --- '. -i' '( T .._ I .. <"-,_ I
: -
to the State Road Department Baity 1 ifiuzz a. .&.1. .... -- I

by bus companies, auto ownrs .. 4650 ttoeQuitby 9 ( t _csi7tATrt 1 1
associations and individuals MAR" WtZCCT'Atit ; -.--.... CzarariLY X,0
BORG t --
< Ns.nvAVE2 ; 0
be done to prevent
nothing can I HATIio J
ivestock from roaming the highways AT MOXJUITb s t M1S

of the state I It has been announced 12A'T0-4. '<< 'Ir'''' I
by C. B. Treadway, chair. MOSQUITO I
man of the road department. ThereH CRUSADE ; 1 bo.T tea, : ( General Store R, VL STORE.j

no general law in Florida to MAIM 4T I U AYN up A i e EnNics A BUY A owtnxn ) [RI OUR MDI W'b eW.
force cattle owners to keep their MAIM VBLCt
Iveatock from the highways. Thereare ir
/ FIRST u;; .
however, several counties iRU'aAOGUAtuNtiST! TU6 .s T---
where by special act of the Legislature vicious MOSQUITO.MAJM I rt
regulations have been estab- STRECTbfcUMMta 1105E I GliIi NLlb' I I : _

lished to control herds. MOTTO IV \. __
*" T8VM WJKC&lie. .

TON BITE, aura G ,
MasglxTCCS ;roT U stars ....

..... AHD QUa PATRIOTIC: .... .

Why Hospitals Usea > Ti5 SF+AU GUOUiOUiMOTTl IN NO) stuv

BK 9c5etluce4c ti--t'. Y

.. 2 \ LaJ
Liquid Laxative ---_ -- -- -.- "_----,- ,.- __.,-_,n ...-. '

DOROTHY DAKJNli : .BjC'1: Tla1M --I.\ .:.

Hospitals and doctors have always
Ufa! liquid laxatives. And the public '= tlTHEI You Of? '!
'ISr fast returning to laxatives in liquid 1 ME HAS GOT .
arm. Do you know the reasons? 7 }I
The dose of a liquid laxative can be y
measured. The action can be con- : raY THIS 1OoI1 tL.
trolled. It forms no habit you need .. /
not take a "double dose'' a day or '
;two later. Nor wit! a mild liquid /
,laxative irritate the kidneys. ....
The right liquid laxative brings a
Perfect movement and there is
"o discomfort! at the time, or after.

The wrong cathartic may keep
you constipated as long as'you keep
w using ill! And the habitual use of I
] tatin salts, or of powerful drugs 1
w the highly concentrated form of IIMnMM
Pills and tablets may prove injurious.
A week with properly prepared i f
liqtd laxative .li. a Dr. Caldwell's i
Sup pepsin wilt tell you a lot. A i 4l
+ eeki' time, and your bowels ,
u t be "as regular',. as clockwork."
Gt. CaldweU's S> up Pepsin is an
Pproved liquid laxative which all
Deal$ keep ready for use.It makes
an family lax,live:effective for l
all _
ages and may be given the ,
YOyrWrat! child. Member N.U.A. e.- b- CHAS MC MANUS M J


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:' ,. PAOIII FOUR ERADFOD oomrn TEL60RAFn!: BTA86S FLORIDA tBEt 19, 1818j
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1 A Little Dizzie---But Still Turning I Effective No-*timber S, 1933Mall wish to-take THANKaZ this method

/ our $\tiiletrA ":. thanks and
-Closes ctati6n appl'to
; Train South' 1.0 our friends Who

1"" No. 11____________- 8:45: Ai JM. Find and attentive t,\\8\ luring Were io

I Parcel Poet f '1 recant bjwavBBl8nt We our

No. 107________1 9:35: A.. M. preelate: ,:the many beautiful also ap.

W. M. S. Circles Crews-Hudson Marriage Letters, Special offerings, flo&

Will Meet Monday Solemnized SaturdayThe Delivery and Mrs,Vlvltette
1 The circles of the Woman's :Missionary following article taken from Special Han- and Children

i : Society of the Meptodl.t Sunday's Times-Union will be of ---. dling. .1. F. Klckllter. Sr.
X14 Church will meet Monday after Interest to Starke friends of Mrs. : North and Boys

noon at 3:00: o'clock. Circle No, 1, Crews, who has been located here No. 12______________ 3:00: P. :M
led by Mrs. T. J. Griffin will meet for several months where she Is Parcel Post and -
+" local welfare director: STOP
at her home on North Cherry Letters. ATVIOLA'S
4* Street. Circle No. 2, led by Mra.v The marriage of Miss Gertrude Letters, Special
; A. W. Anderson, will meet with Hudson, daughter of Mrs Florence Delivery; and

t Mra. W. E. Middleton. Below are R. Hudson, and Fred Theldon Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday Only

? i ; the names of circle members: Crews, son of Percy Crews, was J No. 108____________ o:60: P. :M. For
Circle No. 1-Mrs. T. Griffin, Impressively solemnized at high Special Han- Good Sandwichesand
leader; Mrs. J. H. Rltch, Mrs.,L. A. noon Saturday at 2772 Riverside dling. and

i Davia, Mrs. A. H. Green Mrs. D. E. Avenue, with the Rev. J. E. Barbee, I Nos. 1&2___-________ 6.00: P. M.
;at ''f Knight, Mrs. F. H. Long, Mrs. E.!: pastor of the Riverside Avenue' Letters and COLD BEER
K. Perryman, Mrs. N. T Ritch, Christian Church, officiating. Parcel Post. Ask For Our Prices on Caret

dt; Miss Amelia Ray, Mra. Olin W Prior to the ceremony, Mra. F. R. Adjoining
White, Miss Florence Wood, Miss McConnel played an appropriate Starke And Bell BranchNo. Sinclair Service Station

_ p Kate Struth, Mrs. W. H. Struth, program of music -and the bride L1Wc-4P7" 1 101-Mall leaves.._ 6:50: A. M.No. / AVhrr Yon Get Yon G.. nAceesorle. .
Mrs. J. W. White, Mrs. L. D. Vln- was given in marriage by Charles i. 1 102-Mail arrl""... 1:50 P. :M .
W. A. Bessant, Mra. O. L. ,
ing, Mrs. Irby Hudson. Mr. Crews had .aa -
r Haynes, Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Mrs. his best man, Charles Allen Williams /
B. M. Montgomery, Mrs. H. B. Mc- VIIf

4 Lendon, Mrs. T. J. Alderman, Mrs. In T
The bride was gowned gold
L'. F. Smith, Mrs. Wilmer Holtzen- satin crepe, fashioned on long Happy New YearWith
;rib I dod, Mrs. J. Hamilton Rltch. Mrs. graceful lines and her flowers were
N. D. Wainwright, Mrs\ P. J. yellow rosebuds.Mrs. .

Pearce, Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott. Florence R. Hudson, motherof great faith in the future
I, 9 Circle No. 2-Mrs. A. W. Anderson the bride, wore a model of blue -

leader; Mrs. A. Wood, assist crepe and a corsage of white rose- we extend our sincere
ant; Mrs. I.. D. Green, Mrs. Thel- buds.
wish that the New Year
i ma Johns, Mrs. II. V. Knight, Mrs The ceremony was performed In D

E. S. Matthews, Mrs. L.. C. Pres- the living room, which was deco- L will bring you all-
cott, Mra. A. W. Redgrave, Miss rated with yellow and white chrysanthemums
N aJ Olive Ray, Mrs Titus Olson, Mrs. and in the dining
W. B. Parks Mrs. W. P. Smith, Health Happines
rooms, a motif of green and whitewall ,
Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. O. L. Beas- carried out in the decorative rtre9HID,
ley, Mra. M. E. Edwards, Mrs A. scheme. and ProsperityFinest
F. Sauls, Mra. A. Z. Adklins, Mrs. Later, Mr. and Mrs. Crewa left WHEREECONOMYRUt1S
W. O. Halle, Mr Sam Anderson, for a wedding trip and on their return -
Mra. J. F. Colley, Mra. W. E Mid- will reside at 2772 Riverside

dleton, Mrs. Carl Johns, Mrs G. A. Avenue. The bride traveled'in a .. Dried Black Eye Dixie Crystal
Taylor, Mra. R. F. Demorest) Mrs. suit of brown tweed! worn with
W. F. Boulware, Miss Amy Coburn. harmonizing accessories.Dr. .
'?1 fy PEAS
U. D. C. Chapter Farr AddressedP.T.

Will Meet January 3 A. Meeting WednesdayThe .

The W. T. Weeks f'IO Chapter ill Parent-Teacher Association 1 t k ," Lb. 7c 5 Lbs. 25c

United Daughters of the Confederacy met last Wednesday afternoon with it ,
will meet Wednesday afternoon the president, Mrs. L. F. Smith, _A I
s January 3, at 3:00: o'clock, at presiding.
the home of Mr. and Mrs: L. F. Merrill Jones and Thomas Williams PUBLIC SAFETYThe SAVING-SPACE QUAKER MAID, With Tomato Sauce
*' -
Y Chapman, at the State Farm.. two of Miss Ray's pupils, SUNDAY DINNER

presented a skit entitled "Just Governor's Committee on George Young of the Los An- PORK and BEANS 4 CANS 17c

O. E. S. Meets MondayThe After Thanksgiving." Jean Davis Public Safety has Issued a circular: geles Examiner, suggests that a SUGGESTIONS

of the and Jeanette Hutchins also gave a on "How to Avoid Accidents" symbol be used for the word "the" ION Plain or S.R. 12-Lb.Bag 24-Lb.Bag 48-Lb.Bag
regular meeting skit called "Catching Santa Claus," which contains a number of valuable \ thus saving much time, apace andprinter' By AMUWE raue "
Starke Chapter, Order of Eastern and was followed by a reading by hints. Read these ink. Use the letter 45c 85c $1.65FINEST
Star, will be held at the Masonic! suggestions single seem less apt to tire of yewtrlngless FLOUR
Jean Davis. and resolve will "t" instead he : than
;. Hall Monday night at 7:30: o'clock ,carefully that you says or snap beans 01
The Christmas song, "Silent ''be t one to assist SholtzIn any other green vegetable. This U
h Visitors are welcome. The same economical idea couldbe SHORTENING 2 Lbs. 4 Lbs. 8 Ibt.
Night," was sung by the audience his campaign to save life In this fortunate a* it ia available practicallyall
extended to other
t l Ohio's flag was. first displayed- and Dr. George The feature H. Lowry of the offered after- state. The hints are fourteen In printed words. For instance frequently:print economy the year la at even reasonable more marked prices. ,because Its- COMPOUND 15c 27c 53c

{ ', In 1901 at the Pan-American Expo- prayer. number and everyone timely. "&" for and, "b" for be, "f" for for, cue pound will serve from four
address Dr. J. M.
'' altlon at Buffalo.Youngest noon was an 1. See that your lights, front and "a" for Is, "sd" for said, "hv"for to six people.Mushrooms.
'I Farr, dean of the school of arts are low priced and for FANCY'TJ. 8. No. IIRISIIPOTATOES
rear, are in proper shape. have, "bt" for but, "who" for
and sciences, of the University of !flavor, a quarter of a pound goes a
I Florida. Dr. Farr developed the 2. See that your horn brakes which, ;"th" for that, 'thy"" for long way. The dependable winter 19c
and windshield wiper are working they, "wo" for was, f'cd",for could, vegetables are all In market. 10 Lbs.
of the for
thought great power "wld" for would and 00 on. Grapefruit Is the outstanding citrus
good or evil In story telling and In properly. fruit at present through plenty of
I't I'ti' moving pictures''., 3. Stay on the right side of the Note how many letters and how oranges are In market. There are SUNNYFIELD
A short business meeting was road. much space and time could be many varieties of apples to choose OAT MEAL 1%-Lb. Ctn. 7c

held and at this time prizes were 4. Don't run In and out of traf- saved in a sentence like: from.This Is the baking season when CAMPBELL'STOMATO!

awarded to Miss Eunice Perkins' fic T man & woman sd th thy wld quick bread., cake. and pastries are SOUP 2 Cans 15c
grade and to Miss Rosalind Jacobs' 5. Dim for the other hv come bt f t weather, who was aa appreciated by your family. Be sure
d S hr, grade for having the largest attendance fellow. your light bad aa cld b imagined.-Tampa your'shelves are stocked with canned GORTON'S
milk, baking powder, extracts aDd
of patrons present. Tribune. COD FISH CAKES 10-Oz.Can 15c
Firefighter 6. If you are walking down the both all-purpoe and oak. Sours
Th. Quaker Maid, 4uggeits the following
ill highway, walk on the left: aide of SUNNYFIELD
HOW TO RUIN A BOY menu.. -
..4 in Americaantfhtar. -- the road. AT CHURCH NEXT SUNDAY Low Cost Dinner CORNED BEEF No. 1 Can 12c
i .. Pwt'-I, ....... u- est..sld..r __' If a boy baa a heritage of good 7. Don't let anyone ride on your\ t-knew and knew
If you you me, Veal ?le with Vegetables
TU art dens,, :health, good common sense and a running board-especially children.
.. ...... a caul-. r -w I taste for the better things of life 8. It is against the law for children How. little trouble there would Bread Celery and Butter RIPE. JUICY
? -- d .qJ.s .... .. -.I ... he has no need of an inheritance of under sixteen Ytar. of age to be; Jellied Fruits I
IN l.on. each other the street ORANGES Dozen loch
We on ,
y cash. In fact, In so many cases drive an auto or truck. Don't let pass Tea or Coffee Milk
..__.,t..M d.._l.r IN Yi the money actually brings about your boy or girl do it. But lust come out and let us Medium Cost Dinner BLACK TWIG
i "t! ., A. tq..d a.- ., tlfee the ruination of young men and 9. Don't let your children play in meet APPLESPound 6c
........- we Lraly. the At church next Sunday. Brown Chicken Frlcuiee
middle of the
boys. Money Isa handicap to a street, or run Candled Yams
on.. v.l.fd -".' ---.., IN y.e normal boy. He can have mote from behind parked autos. Don't Each one Intends to do what's fair, Scalloped Eggplant FANCY
...-.--.,..-.....s.a..M fun without it than he can with it. do( it yourself. And treat his neighbor on the Apple and celery Salad LEMONS Doz. 21c
wek Ire___r-g.q..y.k to 10. Don't dispute the French Dressing
Good advice for parents Ie\ not right-of- ,
Bread and Butter
HAROLD C. WALL create too much wealth for coming way. A minute or two may save But he may not quite understand Squash Pie BANANAS Pound 6c
generations. Instead of aiding your life. Coffee Milk
Why you don't take him by the -
INSURANCE them to enjoy life the parents may 11. Don't drive a truck withouta band Very Special Dinner LARGE II

STARKE. FLORIDA actually be forcing their descend- mirror or you will be arrested At church next Sunday. Sea Food Cocktail GRAPEFRUIT 3 For tOe
"6 ants to languish in prison cells. 12. If your equipment'' is faultyIn Chicken ,
Fricassee with
1 Children should be willed something any way, don't use your vehicle. This world is sure a busy place. Baked Potatoes Baked Dumplings Squash LARGE..JUiyiBO ,
of Importance-good examples 13. Treat'each accident as if it And we must hustle in the race, Tomato Salad Salad Dressing CELERY. Stalk tOe

I health, character, willingness were yourself. For social hours some are not free Roll. and Butter LARGE
to work and other things that 14. DON'T park ,on the, highway ; The six week days, but all Chocolate Souffle Hard Sauce
t matter. Money, beyond enough to without lights. If you must should be Coffee Milk LETTUCE Head 9c:

} pay for necessities, Is of so little park for repairs, use only one foot At church next Sunday.We FRESH

value.-Ilngram County News, Ma- of pavement.It If after jelly is made It will not CARROTS I5c:
2 Bunches
have interest in town :
Isn't how driver an our cold
son, Mich.A good a you harden In' the glass when ,
--S--- are-It'a how careless the other The dear, old. place must not go place ,the gloss in a pan of waterin
mixture of one pint of corn fellow Gainesville Sun. down; the ovenand cook until done. 19c
t More than 6036 I meal and a half cupful of salt and We want to push good things along. PALMOLIVE SOAP 3 Cakes

choice Havana filler. flour is fine for cleaning white felt And we can help some if we're LIFE BUOY SOAP 3 Cakes 20c
'' ) pins other choice lot hata. Rub the mixture well into strong

ported tobacco .__ a the felt, let stand over night, then DOUBLE RUN At church next Sunday.Don.t RITZ THEATRE SUPER SUDS 2 Pkgs. 15c
and brush out.There .
tastei aroma found
knock and kick and slam and
t l only In higher! priced HI.. Br. B....... c:.... slap STARKE FLORIDA RINSO 2 Pkgs. 15c
are momenta in life worth
a' y dganthat'i JOHN purchasing with worlds.-Fielding.DONT At everybody on the map, GRANDMOTHER'S Fresh, Plain, Sliced
standard of,
But and and boost and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur RIgdon of push pull
value. Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and boom PROGRAMBEGINNING BREAD 7c lOc 12c

,ir t Don't be aisled by Mra. L. D. Rlgdon of this section And use up all the standing room FRIDAY DEC. 29

/ 4 1 L k old time brand, Sunday.the At church. next Sunday. COLDSTREAM-Alaska's Finest
a 4 guest of Miss Millie Judd Sun- -Selected.
1'r' "marked down 5
: ." the guest of Miss Millie. JJudd Sun- FRIDAY
,r i )I.the JOHN mtf cigar RUSKIN Caving day.Mra.. MRS ZOLA-LAIIEY "White Woman"Carol Pink SALMON, No.1 I ITaD Can 12c
Boots Jarvis of Evergreen
ry, you full 1933 value Mrs. George Lahey, slater of F. Lombard Cha Laughton IONA Red
spent the week-end with her mother Ripe!, Full Pack
t for 3 B. Johns of Starke died
your cent* Monday Charles Blckford
Mra. O. L. Brown.Remember
N Try a few today. the home coming day afternoon at her home in Valdoeta, TOMATOES 3 No. 2 Cans 25cFresh I
illness of
following an more
You will enjoy every I a t the Saxton Church of God, Sun- SATURDAY SUNDAY ,

.i ff.'t day, December 31-all day service! years than a old.year. She was fifty-two "Master of Men"Jack Mild Mellow. PURE SANTOS

{ {i :>. GAMBLE! with are cordially dinner on Invited the come. You So Mra. Lahey had lived in Valdostafor Holt Fay Wray 8 o'Clock
Sbe HEMO FREE, the ointment COFFEE Lb.19c
Sy Baada gen raula.- It toothc*.>VMO It beds It come, bring dinner. twenty years and was active In
%. church work as well aa being an
;:_r TbqAre abwrbe. It hat brought coipfoninr Midnight Show New Year's Eve
) member of the East-
___ a.deemable relief to thousands. It will do dw..ow for rout 11:30 P. \C
foe ICM ihjio f 1.00 per tub. So lakt advanagctottf Survivors are ,
1d of he new low prior ____ George Lahey; a daughter, Miss TUESDAY Fancy Whole GrainRICE EvaporatedMILK

FULL SIZE TUBE I f-/V. Grace Lahey, and,a-son,'John Paul "Duck Soup"FOUR
(C.O.D.Ordera We) |OUCA GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Lahey of FQrt.Wayne tod.} a slater MARX BROTHERS
':lira. ,Lota XVetherington of
Mtufoctioa guarantee coma with each tuba"HEMO
Will Be At
Suwanee Valley, Florida, and four
LABORATORIES F. C. brothers. F. B. Johns of Starke, WEDNESDAY-. THURSDAY 17c
45JO Wot b Pico SOe Bird for full,Us sire Angeles double.Cilil.EncloMd mrngth. Holllngsworth'a' Office Loyd Johns of New River, Leslie "My Woman" 5 Lbs. 19c 3 Tall Cans

tube of HEMO-FREE. If not relieved I get STARKE. FLORIDA Johns of Jacksonville and Mabry Helen Twerveti- Victor
my SBe beck. Johns of Macon, Ga. Jory
Every Second and Fourth -
L Law*Cknv att*.Oa: ,MkM. srk.N.J.OADTCSVTJLLn Nerve F. B. Johns left here Tuesday to AIM I

,o CtaUn TvUle, Fla, putrlbotar City were held Wednesday, afternoon. .. II


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Mr. and Mra. Twyman Marshalland SHORT FEED, FEWER HOGS cessity for reducing cattle num- I MISSIONARY TO SPEAK )

Edwin Sllvernail of: JacksonVille MORE(BEEF IS PREDICTED bers. Since there la a possibility of Rev Carl W. Anderson, missionary '
t1i were holiday gu'esu'of Mr. new impetus being given to tick .I to Russia, will speak at the N! SEZrChrlntmaa i.
Bits of and Mrs R. M.'Spark wan at their The livestock outlook for the eradication cattlemen In the tick I Presbyterian Church Sunday,night T .1iJ Elf
home on Call Street.; coming year la marked' by small] area have 'an" opportunity to cull ,at. 730. Mr. Anderson was,exiled ;;; .:
feed supplies, a decrease in bog out weak and Inferior stock, conserve [In' Siberia, and after much suffer* ,. j t'" ..
i ii
Mr. and M.... T. N. Ltmbaugh of, slaughter and a continued upswingIn the young and vigorous ani- ing finally made his escape. He all 9Athet! i.' over1 and
local N ev'Concerning Lakeland spent Christmas in. bell slaughter. Those pointsare mals, and prepare for any future will speak of his personal experiences been the gifts that didn't fit have
i Starke with Mrs. Llmbaugh's brought out by facts in the out- upswing in the cattle business. with Communism. On Wed exchanged I think we all

brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and! look report released by the Florida nesday night, Jan. 3 at 7:30: he will ought to offer
Oar People Batlnet and Mrs H. L. Brownlee. Agricultural Extension Service at FALSE FIRE ALARMS address a union meeting at the thanks up a little to the
Gainesville.The Two false fire alarms were Methodist Church. The public la
.-.I ogr'taa of the County and Town. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson and total supply -of> feed grains turned in Saturday night within a invited to these Interesting meet- live Santa Claus who
in the ,
children of Jacksonville spent for the 1933-31?season is smaller few hours of each other. They were ings.
Christmas Day In Starke with Mr. than for any'.year; since 1901, Hay supposedly the work of holiday Whjte House,
Epperson's parents Sheriff and supplies also are below average. celebrators. The firs truck did not When making jelly use embroid who, made It
Miss Joyce Terry of Lawtey was Mrs. Annie Richard and son, Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Feed prices are relatively higher make the run the second time. I ery hoops to hold the jelly bag possible',e for so
a visitor: here Thursday. Morgan Richard spent Christmas than livestock prIces. If this unfavorable open while pouring the jelly into many1: folks to
Day In Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Hawkins and little son, feed situation continues BIRTHS the bag. buy the things
Miss ,Fenella Snyder was shopping Mrs K. Bruce Norman. Paul Luther, of Palatka have been it will tend to discourage livestock Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coleman, I -- i.. -. that they really ( 'n
In Jacksonville Saturday. spending several days here with production. The outlook for both Starke, boy Dec. 24. I Three robbers fled from the needed. Lots of ?; t
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. O'Neal, home of Abraham Hatles of New folks' 'were be-
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. and Mr. and Mrs Titus Olson at their livestock and feed grain productionin
d. X.. Patten spent the weekendIn son of Jacksonville Boyer home on Madison Street. 1934 will depend to a large ex- Starke, girl Dec. 24. I York when Matles' son tossed, pot ginning to think
Miami the guest of relatives. guests of Mrs. were holiday tent upon the activities of the Ag Mr. and Mrs. James McDonald, of boiling soup at them. there was no Santa Claus but I am
and Mrs. J. C.Boyer'a Manning.parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George C. White ricultural Adjustment Administration. Penney Farms, boy: Dec; 26. sure they have changed their
Mrs. Ida Merritt of Lake Butler of Tallahassee have been enjoyinga Mms. Gabrllle de Baroricelll is minde.I .
visitor here after-' We are so fond of each other because editor and publisher of the only
a Tuesday holiday'visit
was here with their
par- Commercial of hogs I
Misses Frances and Merle Johnson slaughter our ailments are the same.- French newspaper In Louisiana, at -
noon. ents, Mrs J. W. White and Mr.
of Baxley Ga., are spending during the 1933-34 season Is likelyto I Swift New Orleans.
i B. of S.I I the week in Starke with their and Mrs G. W. Alderman.Mr. be about twelve per cent below want to take this opportunityto
George Flynn Denmark, '
This decreaseis
i brother Bernice the previous season.
C., spent the holidays here with his and Mrs. Thomas A. Turner expected to occur during the -- --. ,- thank my many friend for
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family. and sons, Tommy and Jerry, of winter period, and will be due to the,biulnmm which they gate me
Miss Beatrice Bullen returned Bronson have been guests of Mr. of
the government slaughtering
George Johns of Lake Butler has Wednesday from a holiday visit in Turner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. <000,000 S pigs and 200,000 sows in ooDLUCKji' during the punt year and here'
been visiting: friends in Starke dur- Daytona Beach with her parents, O. Turner, for several days. Its emergency production control va hoping thut we never full out.
ing the holidays.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Bullen. program.

Mr. and Mrs T. Frank Landrumand -
and Mrs. B. Jacobs were visitors Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonare little daughter, Idcll, are en- Domestic demand for hog prod
to New -Smyrna the first of spending ,several days in Marlanna joying a holiday visit In Brooks- ucts, though ata very low level, I wish for, all of you the best of
week. with Dr. McLendon's mother has improved slightly in recentmonths.
the with Mr. Landrum's
parents, for the New
Continued improvementwill everything coming
Mrs. T. R. McLendon. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Landrum.
Mrs. Hal Hoffman' spendingthe I depend upon further IncreaseIn Year'and I hope that when Christ- o

holidays with relatives Perry Mr. and*Mfrs. Frank Owen and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Adair, Wilson consumer incomes. A more per- maa'rolls around again everybodyIn
Mrs Alice Law'' of Winter Haven manent hog production control pro
and Apalachlcola. and Rachel Adair of West Palm
were guests Sunday and Mondayof Beach returned to their home gram has been announced by the TO YOU ALL Starke and Bradford County will
Administration.' If a
Mrs. E., W. Hayes and Mrs. W. A. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wall. Tuesday after spending two days Adjustment of enter this be A strong believer in Santa Claus .
Beasant, Jr., were shopping in with Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Halle. majority producers And lota of it. In fact i
plan it will substantially reduce the
Jacksonville last Tuesday.Mrs. Misses Mabel and Pearl Reddldh
of Jacksonville are enjoying a holiday Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Dyal and number of sows and'gilts kept for we're sincerely hoping

James Chace: of Jacksonville visit here with their parents, son, Roy, Jr., of Albany, Ga., are 1934 spring farrow. every soul in this community And, perhaps, I shouldn't say i
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Reddish. Cattle numbers have been Increasing this, but I hope they will all beWearlD'6r
spent several days this week spending: the week In Starke with '
since 1928 and are expected gets a "Better Break" In 1934 one that
'with! Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover. Mrs. Dyal's brother and alater-ln- PETERS' SHOES.
Buster SaWs of St. Augustine law. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Halle. to continue to Increase through will bring no end of Happiness and Contentment.
Mrs. Walter Wills of Tampa wasa has been a holiday guest of Mr. 1934. The upswing In cattle slaughter -
and Mrs. A. F. Sauls and at which began early in 1933 Is DIG SALE Continues Until SATURDAY NIGHT
; guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. family Mr. and Mra.L. A. DavIs, MIllS
Morgan for the Christmas holi their home on Cherry Street. Isabel Fernandez and John II. expected to continue.::' This slaughter IT l'AYS TO BUY AT

days. Powell were In Jacksonville last however, will.,likely Include \
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McLendon of fewer of the better finished kinds
Tuesday;; evening: attending the TIP TOP GROCERY
Jacksonville were holiday guests of and more' lower"grades.Since SIERNBERG'SStarke.
State's Attorney and Mrs. A. S. Christmas cantata, "The MessIah, ,
Florida Is a deficit state in
Crews spent Christmas Day in Mr. and Mrs. C. Nasworthy at

Madison with Judge and Mrs. J. R. their: home on Walnut Street. George Balsden, Miss Lucia Baia beef production and its ranges are -- -tj;= :: -- Florida f ffI
not overstocked re seems no ne -
Kelly. den George Baisden, Jr., and JohnL. .
Misses Louise and Betty Marsh ,--------------- ----------- -----
Weaver of Jacksonville were ---
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis were burn of Marianna have been hciH holiday guests of W. W., BaIsden T
Christmas guests of Mr. Davis' day guests of their grandparents, and daughter, Mrs. Jessie Mae
mother, Mrs. Mary Davis of Fer- Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. Alderman.CoL Blakely.Mr. +

nandina. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman and Mrs. G. P. Dover and

Miss Beverly Cady of and children of Sebring were son, G. P., Jr., of Hlbblng, Minn.,
ville has been spending Jackson-I guests this week of Mrs. Nollman' have been spending the holidays in FOR SALE

days here with her mother, Mrs. I mother, Mrs Sarah L. Hamrick. Starke with Mr. Dover'a brother-

Flora B. Cady. in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs/-Randolph Boree of Fred Flume. i

Mrs S. T. Dell and daughter, Jacksonville'spent Christmas DayIn .
Miss Olive, of Gainesville have Starke with Mrs. Boree's parents Mr., and Mrs. F. A. Canova and
been enjoying a visit' here with relatives Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett. little daughter, Mary Anne, and
this week. Mr and Mrs. J. J. Canova and lit-
.. d... ) Mrs. B. Wv-iCurty has 're urned tle son, John'Julian, all of Gaines- At' .Brand-new Year
Mi. and Mrs. H. J. Sewel and to her home in Jacksonville after ville, were guests during the holidays
children, Sara and Betty Jo, were a week's visit here with her grand- of Mrs Eunice Canova and .x
visiting relatives in Georgia the parents, Mr. and Mrs I. J. Reddish. family.
first of the week. -
. Mrs O. P. Hutto of Orangeburg, Mr. and Mrs. W. W, Paige, Jr., h
Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Carpenter S. C., has been spending the boll and son; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ed-I ,... ...
and little daughter of Winston- days here with her son and daugh, warda and little daughter, Fred- *f :I('
Salem, N. C., are enjoying a visit ter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. rlka. and Miss Leah Struth, all of LAST YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS are gone---kept

here with relatives. Hutto. Jacksonville, were holiday guests .
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth and -,. or broken. Years have.a habit of coming and going I

Miss Margaret Williams of Jack- Misses Jessie and Maxine Dennisof Miss Kate Struth. .
onville is spending the holidays Fort White are spending this .t.,: but the habit does not keep us from regarding: '*' .,

here with her parents, Mr. andMrs. week in Starke with their uncle Mrs. L. M. DeSha and little I ,

T. S. Williams. Priest.and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. daughter Marjorie, will return to I Mf 'if''> each new one as a new adventure in living---as ants; I .
their home In Wlldwood today after .. {
r Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll a several days' visit here with ,' to achieve
Pf Jacksonville were Christmas Mr. and Mrs. D T. Clarke ot Mrs. DeSha's parents, Mr. and ." t 1 t:,, opportunity greater happiness. .
pay guests of Mrs. Carroll's mothr Miami have been enjoying a ho.-: Mrs. W. H. Struth. Mrs. Struth L'5,Y
Mrs., F. H. day visit here with Mrs.Clarke's will ,them ". w : 1
Long. accompany home for a .\I"n( :.((5 1xAiru', '' ( '
parents, Mr. and Mrs N. D. Wainwright short visit.

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sloan of ,. ": ft ? ? For isn't life, after all, in things material asJ.
Jacksonville, en route to Tampa, Mr. and Mrs.. J. E. Bernard of ''t' "
were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs., Herbert Durden New York City' have recently located ; ;,..: well as spiritual a constant search for happinessj3isn't
and ,
children of Madison
Mrs. Charles, Imbach. spent here and have an apartmentat 1; '41( x'\ _
Christmas In Starke with Mrs. the Starko Tourist Home on ,.- And SATISFACTION
I ,Mr. and Mrs. R. W.. Mills and Durden's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Madison Street Mr. Bernard has a companion thought,

daughter: ,' Elizabeth: of JacksonWe H.Rltch., property interests here and they "#'! for this HAPPINESS ? '.r
were week-end guests of Mr. will probably become permanent ,
-'l1d Mrs., F. F, Flume. Prof. and Mrs."-Leon Gray and residents of Starke. ,' 'I'r' : : '. \\i1"S!
":> children are spending! ufe-rfolidayin ;"; ,, ;. jt. i '

,;Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Baisden Apalachlcola with Mrs. Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Henkle and .. 1""1. I' "

tad son,, Ralph, of Lake, City were Gray's parents' Mr. and Mrs. J. H Mr. and Mrs. Alva Thompson of ; $ .
:'holiday guests of Mr. Baisden's Hoffman. Vinton, Iowa, were In Starke Tues .' t

.father, W. W. Baisden. Mrs. -S. ,P. Vandlviere and little day brother visiting and sister-in-law.Mrs. Thompson's Dr. and .1 I:; 1''' in being able to buy the things you need at a pi i. J" ;: "

I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hillman of son, Stewart Pitner, of Marianna Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, at their homeon
: afford Much
rata: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd and have been guests for several days Madison Street. They were en I .. 'I ( you can to pay. money can be saved'i

baby of Sarasota were guests Monday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W, route for a tour of the East Coast. .. ;
of Mr and Mrs. William Nor- Alderman.Ben ];; if you know where to get the most for what you, ,

rla. Mrs. W. O. Grogan of Atlanta, .
Sternberg of West Point Ga., spent the first of the week I' ,.I' >.' \ spen d.
Prep School, Fort McPherson, Ga., here with her brother-in-law and :: '.I', .
A Is spending the holidays here with sister Mr. and Mrs. Wflmer'HoI- ,,'" ," or..1, -" ,
CENT WORD his parenta Mr. and Mrs. Nat endorf. Mrs Grogan accompanied I "..
Sternberg., by Mra. HoUendorf are enjoying a I rt "' The advertisements this .11-ro.
In '
sisters 6 newspaper WI '
COLUMN visit in Lakeland with their '" I ;
Mrs. Anne McGee and three I Mrs. Charles Willis and Mrs. T. M.
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,,lOGS FOR SALE-Or will trade daughters of Stuart have been holiday I Olliver. 4; = help you do this every day\of the coming year. ? ,
guest of Mrs. McOee'a broth. ? .
Smith half, corn Bostwick and,half Fla. cash.10-20-tf G. R. A. and sister, Mr. and Mrs. I Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch returned t;: They bring you the latest, most authoritative news'I!
to their home in DeLand Tuesday -
3ATSUMA Orange trees, rose after a holiday visit here with of the offerings of many manufacturers. '< -
Mrs. P. S. Crews and and
bushes and other nursery stock baby Mr. and Mrs. H. L Brownlee. They
rom Glen Saint Mary Nursery. Mrs. Waldo Pringle and baby, all were accompanied home by Mrs. j ,
gee Aubrey Frink, 505 Madison St., of Lake Alfred spent this week Brownlee Mia Mary' Brownleeand
jUrke Fla. 12-84tjl2-29| here with Mrs. H. O. Rivers and Madge Brovinlee, who will ;.' j':> The '
offer will
other suggestions they .
relatives., spend the remainder of the week save you much;
Cabbage plants '
Wakefleld, Succession and Flat Mrs. Hilda William of Washington as their guests time and trouble and lead you straight to the best

, Dutch, 15c per 100, $1 per 1000. D; C., was a week-end guestof Mr. and Mrs. W. A. ,,Scott spent .. .
Onion .eta later. A.s., Griffis. Mrs. Florence' E. Canova and !.the first of the week In DeLand values. ,. ,
Starke, J1ork &. 11-24U Miss Bunnie Canova at their homeon with Mrs. Scott's brotherinlawand

WIR'' North Walnut. slater, Mr, and Mrs. Walter
'ED-Great bargain tn mall '
Glatzau. They were accompaniedback
farm for Immediate cash. Also Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Din kins and to Starke by little Bobby t'.z
a paying business. H. T. Phlnney little daughter Jo ann, vi Lawtey Glatzau, who will spend the remainder -
Pa1alka.FIa. 1222'3tlSPOR | spent Christmas Day in Starke of the holidays here with

RENT-Furnished house with with Mrs Dinkins' parents, Mr. and hia uncle and aunt Bradford County T I
convenience; garage, garden, Mrs. O. A. jAndreu.Mra. eled pb '
Ff sale, arbor vitae, oleanders. Mr. and Mrs. A. M Darby have .
Call at 32T Clarke: Stor-at Hoo- Mae Jones and son Doutt had as their guests during the holi
ve Br al '; L... Jane,' and Ben DowllngV Mr. and days. Mr. and Mr.. P. Maguire\
--- I Mrs. Earl Middleton and daughter, and little datPghter.Sue! of Orlando i!':::' :' <
LOST-Small blvw pocketbook con I Marjorie Sue, of Jacksonville, and '; Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mark Phone 29
taining $33.45 r;: cash and school I Gerald Middleton of Columbia, S. and little daughter, Marjorie, of ,
Tant on Alact':is! County made 'C., were Christmas Day guests at DeLand; Mr. and Mra. DeWitt C. r'.1
"t to Joyce Terry. Reward for the home of Dr. and Mrs W. E. Jones, Mis. ElIse Jones and Arthur

ll1rQ to this office r ,Mlddleton. Darby Jones of Gainesville. -

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Mrs. Zelma Cooke, 31, wife of AVER WpR l

LOfliUA HISBiiGijTB, Ifl 1rlunnrM 6r/NNh/ai1 toI ; Carroll Cooke, died at her home In NERVES

Baltimore, Md., on Monday, De- J Jt

cember 18.
E FARMERS SECTIONConducted r Mrs. Cooke was born April 6, t

1902, at Lawtey, and was a daughter -

I of D. W. Manning of Daytona
by Demonstration Agents Beach, a former resident of Starke,

and received her education In the
l A School. t
Bradford High
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services were held in
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FJ.OJlbA'sCANNON Baltimore on Thursday December

I Florida Dairymen ) 21, with interment being made In

RURAL that city.Besides.
Should Breed Cows
BALL TRb'& her husband she Is sur-
., During The Winter H ONLY'NOltN vived by three children, Gladys, ..
SPUDS JOHNSON1wRovrMNTs Betty and Carroll, Jr. YUpe..TrOy
GAINESVILLE That dairy % f. SPtC/MEM IN The deceased was a niece of J. C.
IN FAitH cows In Florida should be bred this AMC/ZMT w L Manning of Starke.MiSTEH'S.

winter for fall freshening la more al
'!, BE CONTINUED IN 1031 Important this year than ever be- Notice ,Is hereby given that under
fore is the opinion of Hamlin L and by virtue of that certain final earn io work.No .
TOTEM decree of foreclosure and sale
entered *
Farmers of Florida, as well as Brown, dairy specialist with the } by Hon A. Z. Adklnn, Judge of wonder you aHmpit t i.c
Florida Agricultural ExtensionService the rlrrult Court of Bradford County and bark at the
throughout the nation, have shown '. POLL I; Florida, In Chancery, In that certain Wateh children,
that they are In earnest In an en- cause pending; In said Court call Ors
wherein A. It. Ware Is complainantand WTMi may lead tonaea.
deavor to bring about Improved He explains that present price E
James K. Qoodfellow et al are Nervous
conditions on the farms and for supporting measures and ar Increased FOUND -4) defendants. the undersigned Special' ewilndl estlon Headache, Net,.
number of tourists In Flor- Master will sell. to the highest bidder anddIstn
that matter, in the industries fN ? for cash In front of the South other .
throughout the country. The agricultural ida this winter will likely cause an s ?y door of the County Court House In Why don't you try Dr/MoS
adjustment program has Increased production of milk. These FLQ&DAftortrr l Starke, Bradford County, Florida, on Effervescent Nerrlne
Monday January tat A. I>. 1934, and Tablets
been presented to the farmers, and tourists will not be here to con- during the !legal hours of sale, the Just one In a half glass -
./ they have been allowed voluntarilyto sume that milk next summer or the following described property In water makes a pleasant IMA.

accept it or reject It as each next, and It Is, thus, up to Florida Bradford Southeast, County Quarter, Florida of, Southeast to-wlt-: to Doff overtaxed drink dellghtfuuy / *

Individual chose. They have accepted dairymen to adapt their manage- Quarter and East Half of nerves
ment to take of this Southwest Quarter of Southeast Dr. Hues' Nervine> fa .
in most plans care surplus
l it whole-heartedly
Quarter, all In Suction 211! also glade IB two f orms-Uqay-3
'. cases as many as ninety-five per beginning at Northeast cornerof Kfferreeeent Tablet Boy km
of the of The most practical solution, Mr. Section XH and run South on
cent or more growers any Section line 1030 feet, thence UM same soothing effect
,. one community signing the adjust- Brown insists, Is to breed the cows r ti, A Wont 1620 feet, thence North $1.00 at your drug star
ment agreements. during the winter December Jan- t 1020 feet, thence Kant 1620 feetto
that L' ,iii' lI point of beginning; all of
Already the plan has resulted In uary and February, so they said lands being In Township 5
for will freshen next fall and can then 1 bl South Range 2i rant, and con-
increased total returns
greatly .
taining 100 acres more or lens.A.
be rest
farm commodities. The total farm given a sixty-day during S. CHEWS
the summer surplus period. It will e Special Master.
income for the United States was
even be wise, he says, for dairymento KNIGHT & KNIGHT. Starke, Fla.
.. greater In 1933 than it has been for Solicitors for Complainant. I
the past three years. The overwhelmingly i' dispose of their ordinary cows Y. 12-163t12-29| |
large supplies of farm that freshen in the spring and sum g

products is not as large as It would mer and replace them with cows tai ; S ,

have been had there been no adjustment bred to freshen in the fall. t ,
Especially did he urge a strict OF rioe/M d
program. Prices for products -
culling of the herd. Winter Is a STATE MUSEUM R:
have been bolstered to a certain ,;
to feed those (lAINf.fYl.uJflO i itf
: extent aa a result, and the good season poor .
farm Income has been further sup- cows a ration high In carbohy- /PA

plemented by benefit and rental drates to fatten them for the 0

payments from the Federal Government spring market, when beef prices
are generally highest.. There Is
totem poles are commonly Indians about the 1600.
. t, usually a demand for good beef year
: Florida baa bad conducted the during the spring, since the range associated with the far North a genuine The gardens of South Florida contain

cotton, tobacco and corn-hog ad- cattle are not in condition for beef. EAGLE TOTEM has been found in Flor- many rare tropical trees from different

bave justment programs. Its farmers Calves dropped In the fall can be ida I It was discovered near a large Inparts of the world. One of the most interesting ,
participated In all of
I' them. A cotton program heartily for 1934 raised cheaply, becoming old dian mound west of Lake Okeechobee by is the CANNON-BALL TREE of 945

will be under way presently, and enough to eat grass freely when Melton Norton in 1926. Later it was pro- Fort Myers. According to W. M. Buswell

It Is anticipated that the state's the spring and summer pasturesare cured for the Florida State Museum by of that city, it is a tree of the dense

j- cotton farmers will again sign reduction in their flush. Then, too, the Director T. Van Ilyning. That the specimen humid forests of South America and belongs
the fall I
i that freshens
.', agreements. will cow naturally produce during heavily durIng which has been rudely shaped from to the Monkey-pot family. Its large ? v

Business in Florida and throughout the winter. When she begins heart pine is very ancient is quite evi- flowers are incomparably beautiful and ,>+ I

the country has shown some to let down In spring the pasturewill dent. It i ia five feet two inches high but have a sweet, spicy odor. The odd fruits

I 5 Improvement. Progress has been tend to keep up her production was probably much taller originally. It are about 8 inches in diameter and great

made. But still further progressIs and during the summer rest is believed to be the work of the Calusa ly resemble rusty cannon balls.

necessary Continued wholehearted period she will have plenty of good ,
: : voluntary co-operation for the "rA J
to get In fine shape
Mrs. Esther Forgren of St. Paul
with the program is necessary. Quality Meat Can
next winter milking period. testified that her husband ,,had ,
Hints To Housewives
lh Slight adjustments In wages paid -
!i by Federal relief and civil works Be Cured At Home gotten worse every year( ," and was
.&. administrations seem desirable, lest 1 Farmers Must Pay granted a divorce after being mar- For Serene

e; the farmer be forced to pay prohibit Hog Processing Tax Weekly teem llama Demonatre- With Proper Care ried forty years. Lasting ComfortFrom
hive Uon SpecLUlstn, Tallahassee .
f' wages for his labor In 1934.
it Even with increased prices for his On Meat They Sell Lower freight rates obtained In babyhood to old age'very human body needs
the last milk into
on shipped
GAINESVILLE-Cured meat of ;year
://r products,the farmer who has toi Fruit-Juice CookiesUse '
Mavis Talcum Powder dusted all It
Boston meant a saving of about over every uay.
be obtained If
superior can
pay excessive wages for labor Is QAINESWILLE-Farmers and one-half cupful butter or
a little extra care la given to the ten cents a hundred pounds to and guards the skin keeps warmer: in
4 handicapped in making deserved others who slaughter hogs for saleor shortening, one cupful sugar, one protects you
i profits. required to pay the Federal egg, one-fourth cupful lemon Juice, curing process according to Dr. A. dairymen. winter, cooler in sum-

' But the new year dawns with a processing taxes, according to one-fourth cupful orange Juice, 1.. Shealy, head of the Animal Husbandry NOTICE! TO DEBTORS AND mer and gives a feel- by VIVAUDOUing I
,\ spirit of hopefulness and courage. word received by officials of the 2 A cupfuls flour, and four teaspoonfuls > Department at the Florida 'UF.UI'rolul
;i 1' experiment Station. There are two Notice 1. hereby given that all of well-being in
. The first skirmishes in a hard and Agricultural Extension Service baking powder. persona having claims or demands
," long battle have been won. We here The taxes are collected by butter or shortening methods of curing meat, namely, against the Estate of W. T. Weeks describable. But be

1,. cannot fall to press forward. the collector of Internal revenue, Cream and together sugar Add beaten egg the dry cure and the brine or sweet deceased office of to E.file K. their Perry-man claims, County In the sure it's MAVIS, the'JU41lty M| | A V I IS I
; pickle method, be explains. In each Judge, In the Court; House
I'I'I and not by the Department of Ag- and mix well. Combine orange and of Bradford I I
I, ISOTICH: OK APPLICATION FOil rlcu'ture the announcement method sugar Is used to give the County, Florida' within eightcalendar talcum-in thefamiliar
, TAX DKKUNotice says. lemon Juice andadd to first mixture months from the date of
., In hereby glv.n, that t* a. Extension service officials, who alternately with flour which meat the so-called "sugar cured"flavor the first publication of this {Iotlce. red container. .
I Powell holder of Tax Certificate No. have received number of And those Indebted to the said estate i
';" 800 8rd day of August, A. D. 1931) a large has been sifted with baking pow- are required to pay the same TALCUMllliftl
": has filed said certificate In my of- requests for Information on the der. Chill and roll out very thin To produce good sugar-cured to the undersigned administratrices. 25c. 50c. $1.00
:floe and made application for tax processing> tax, say that the proper hams, the hogs should be well bled. Thl. the 15th day of December, 1K33.
: deed to Issue thereon In accordancewith on floured board, adding more MAUD M. BROWNLEE,
law. Said: certificate embracesthe blanks and Instructions for making flour if necessary. Cut In plain or preferably without stunning, and DEA WEEKS WILSON,
following described property situated returns can be obtained In Florida with cookie cutter. should be scalded Immediately In I 12-154tl-5| | Administratrices. -
, ; In Bradford County, Floridatowits fancy shapes
14 acre In Nil Cor. ni I from J. Ed Larson, collector of Internal Bake In moderate oven (330 degrees water that is between 143: and 155

.II NW H.>4 of NW&\. Sec. 1)4) Ti,. a 8., H. ', revenue Lynch building F.) twelve to fifteen minutes. degrees F. If the water is too hot S

The assessment of said property Jacksonville Returns must be Orange Nut Bread the hair will set and be difficult to LUGKHEllEFllIEOSI
t, under the said certificate Issued was made within thirty days, or the remove. ,
. J Jn the name of I.. (I. Powell. Ingredients: Two cupfuls bread
is to fine.
Unless said certificate shall be slaughterer subject a salt As soon as the carcass Is cleanedIt
j deemed according law, tax re-I No tax is required on hogs flour, two teaspoonfuls one- should be cut and the Inter-
will Issua thereon on the 81st day of slaughtered for the half cupful sugar two cupfuls
consumption on
l January A. D. 1B34 nal organs removed. Then the 1
milk one-half cupful S
IIt. ,\ ,Dated this 20th day of December, farm where raised. pecan dressed carcass should be cut Into
:A. 1>. 1933. two cupfuls Graham flour, four
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A. J. THOMAS, Analysis kills love, aa well as teaspoonfuls baking powder, one- shoulders loins, sides or middlings,
Clerk of Circuit Court, and bains.
" Bradford County, Florida. other things.-Dr. J. Brown. half cupful candied orange peel, 4

. one egg. should As soon be covered as each with piece a thin Is cut layerof it By Special Arrangements with the Leading Magazines of the '

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Then pout over dry ingredients,
100 pounds of meat use eight e ALL 4- ON LYe e a :
i. I stirring and beating the mixture
i.t rmooth. Last add the floured nuts pounds of common salt, three MAKE UP YOUR OWN CLUB!
: In Minutes ounces of powdered saltpeter, three
Pour Into two
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even a severe headache; neuralgia! every tablet as illustrated salad and dressing the day before meat. The meat la packed with i.lw e= ll.. And Tour'Choke of Any Om
k neuritis or rheumatic few the skin side down In this solu- JJ U Manatee <" Croup A
a above and for and keep In refrigerator.) THREE IN ALL, ,, IN .ALL r
minutes after taking. GENUINE BAYER tion. The hams and shoulders are

And they provide SAFE I't'JiefASPIRIN on Fallen twigs! under pecan trees placed in the bottom. A aide Is i

for Genuine BAYER ASPIRIN package. __ that show little sign of wilting left In the solution two days for HJS CFFIR .. .
I should be picked up at once and each pound, and a ham or shoulder .. Oeat1amett_.

CENUINZ BAYER ASPIRIN DaiS NOT HARM THI HEART: burned. They were probably caused three or four days for each pound uaa24 *"
.1 to fall by the twig glrdler. and weight. I enclose R.- Place sad m* the three mar**

may contain a number of eggs that After remaining In either of the There are no strings attached to this chcclud with a ,..r'1 sobacslptioa te your ow'p

FUNERAL DIRECTORSOur will hatch out next fall. These curing mixtures for the required I offerl Every magazine aubacription '
the wood which the number of the _
twigs are on days meat Is then ..
will be filled
Many Years Experience Make It Possible for Ua to Render next nut crop Is borne. taken out and smoked over hickory exactly aa l'epraented.Name

EFFICIENT PROMPT; and COURTEOUS SERVICE wood. It Is then wrapped in paper, | If any of your ub crtptloM are renewals _
it MODERATE PRICES City and country are Inter-de and put in cheesecloth bags. The the time will be Barest or R.P.D
DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY pendent. Urban America must help bags are covered with a thick property ex.

;, STARKE, FLORIDA mold the kind of rural America It whitewash made of slaked lime, tended Town and Stat"J -

wants for a hinterland. i i'I and should be hung In a,cool place.

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-- omitted dividends to J
thirteen bring
FRIDAY .. I mile-stone on our year ago; of revenue. First step ,
another golden rI
IL entirely, where fiftyfivesent back dwindling traffic will be drastic
march, from the cradle tograve. the I Economic Highlights the bad news to the stockhold. improvement in passenger
has many
The year ending ers In the previous period. The trains, including air-conditioning,, ATLAS
world. I am wondering
lessens( for the of industrial shock noise,
best dividend showing any elimination of wheel ,
how many of these have I tt_".. ._ That Affn-t the ninnPull ...', group has been made by eta. Elaborate plans have been announced
the world's population Had Ta
been?learned by I Ii I Hill**. ft Uh 101..4 Ky.ry Ckrrkii IndWldnallnttoasi textile companies. for the building of new The Standard Oil

sad International Problrmilaa stream-lined trains, such as the
into ref ( e site nr >&-Rub 119105.: i Our own birthdays come and go, f fI parabl From Local. Welfare. There's not a great deal going on Union Pacific's which will be the Tire GuaranteedOne

m,tr a a p I and create only a email ripple in a / at Washington now, but there'smore' ultimate in speed, comfort and con
Alt religious teaching, doctrine or very circumscribed circle. But'the Precisely as a" unlookedfordrop talk about the past, presentand for surface transportation. Year
ur 13 D Pt It creed, If they are to have any claim birth of a year marks an event in In business during the fall disheartened future state of affairs than venience
and devottoi of the people must be in harmony with all around the the nation, an unlooked- for
human history Is waiting
apon the love, loyalty the Christ y5ttffteffi fold and crevice for Improvement In business of all ever. Everybody A reduced rate policy has spreadto >+..*.NN.ON
o[Jesus "NEYER MAN world Congress-either with fear or Jubilation
teachings r
the it of the country Recently
kinds at this time ta brightening all parts
man agndMoffwwhom t Next Sunday night, at midnight, depending on whose side
ooPthheh heart now. The fall lows have been left Western roads dropped the
and Unioh powiUes are Invited ? use this de.paytlneat another page In the recording angel's behind, and most Industries are approaching they are on. Principal topic of fifty per cent Pullman surcharge, Frigidairethe
of Bradford book will be turned, and a speculation Is how potent
pastors the spring highs. Some as well as reducing fares
for news of rand ctarge made-the only rerulremmau$ sad turn, it will be to all who have Roosevelt power over the two
; Space I eel f given this no <*lce before edneeday morning left God out of their calculations late reports follow: houses will be. All the unbiased Latest, most argued develop-

bdag that cannot handled for urrent Issue. during 1933. Chain Stores Incomplete November observers believe that the voting ment, is the Pennsylvania Railroad's three year guar-

otherwise they be- =aa tj j .-. The shores of life's ocean, during reports Indicate a fifteen will be closer than It was before, venture Into less than carload

1933, have been strewn with the per cent Improvement over November but that when the ballots are freight shipment with storetodoor anted electric refrigerator -
opera, he be found a castaway. has contracts
DIRECTORY and 1932. will have service. It
C URCII wrecks of many lives many counted the White House
STABKE First Baptist Church ISor. 9:27.T : homes. And we greatly fear, that Retail Trade-.Dun & Bradstreet, plenty of majority for anytlting it with trucking concerns in 2,000

Johnson, pastor. "ot as though I had already at- with the rising tide of Intemperance expert feelers of the Industrial wants. communities whereby the trucker
Rev. J. A. M. taie, either'already perfect: butI that there the season's volumeit picks up goods, takes them to the
School-10oo: and lawlessness, pulse, say that hard, soft and medium,
Sunday Worshlp-ll: A. :M. 4low after, if that I may appre- will be many more lives and homes at the best level in two years. Money, A tremens station, where they are deliveredby For sale bySmith's
be the topic.
Morning which I also am ap- will prime destination, where
hel that for earlier rail to their
1934."FeUowshp" direct rebuttal to
U.--6:30: P.M. wrecked during This is in amount of criticism has been
B. Y. p. Worship-7S0: p. M.: pr nded of Christ Jesus. Paul / will be the subjectof reports, which showed a lag in at Mr. Roosevelt's gold- another trucker finishes the job
Evening extended to U: willing to lay too much stresson at 7:30 directed The shipper pays one price to the Service
A cordial lnvitJ.Uon; 4s exertions because he the sermon : p.m. sales. buying campaign and his refusal to
| own railroad.
I&U services., Bible School at 10:00: a.m. Building Contracts-in states stabilize the dollar.. He shows, no
these 'hint!If once, on his Journey tome
was W E. DOUGHERTY, Minister. Some Eastern competitors, notably
east of the Rockies November to- of deviating from' his present'
the saving sign
Datscua, grasped by
C'durchb the New York Central fearing
Methoawt har'pf Christ and the hope to ap- tals were fifty-four per cent abovea plans, and a Congressional minority that the move will force all Station ,
F. Jones pastor. \ year ago. will work out on him vocally on
W. the knowledge
*d rests on
pre roads Into baldingup a similar
School, 10 a.m. Steel--Operatlons recently rose There will be endless other \
that '
Sunday worship at 11:00: am. tha e had been apprehended by to where the industry was operating talk score.concerning Inflation and deflation service, which many of them Starke, Fla. ..
Morning of whose band no man oJ
Meeting6S0P.M. : not want have protested to the
lo ,
Young People's coin luck him. "Brethren, I ld1# at better than compared thirty-one with percent It's probable that the administration I. C. C. 1_._. .. _, ....... -,- 0-,
M. coup ot myself to have apprehend of capacity, as will continue to steera I
Evening Worship-7:30: P. but this one thing I do, twenty-five per cent at the same middle course, between the extreme ?

forge g those things which are time last year. inflationists on the one WOMEN CAN WIN MEN i
Church J.lotors-November sales In fourteen hard
Prnsbyterlon behir nd reaching forth unto TIMES-UNION. hand, and the old-line moneyme
minister. FLORIDA
George H. Lowry, I THE states were 115 per cent over the other.
i Rev. those ings which are before non
Services Sunday, December 3: press Ivard the mark for the Jacksonville, Florida November, 1932,. and truck sales The President is having the securities

10:00: A. M._Sunday School. prize Die high calling of God In were ninety-two per cent ahead. act examined to eliminate AND MEN WIN l 1

11:00: A. M._Morning Worship; Chris us" Dear Mr. Mattnews: Perhaps the Most accurate way features that have made much legitimate -

by the pastor. As the attached story concerns of getting at the heart of the mat financing Impossible- a Other Men
sermon Paula Favor of
6:30 P. M._Christian Endeavor a doer of many things: Starke territory, I am passing it ter is through corporation reports. liberalizing change la made, he will The ,

7:30:: P. M._Evening worship: he wa -nt-maker, a bold traveler on to you. It Is a good news story, These have been almost uniformity get many-bouquets from business. of bile -Juice expect them to vet. rill of this poison { '
Unless two pints
a ten organizer, a strong Short Talks charm They
for peraonitl
but too long my The Federal Reserve re- that destroys: :your
song and sermon.A all our writer vangeJlst and preacher. Improved., Also on the Presidents meMoran- flow daily from your liver into can't do It, foe they only: mov out the
cordial invitation to ] column.. ported net profits of 205 corporations dum are bank reform and stock ex- your bowels, your food decays in tall and of :your bowel. and Lost doean't
extended to all. Among troubles were his.shipwreck Hope you are having an enjoyable ; as being $162,000,000 in the legislative proposals. bowels This poisons your Ink. away enough of th. decayed poutoa.Coemetlo j
services a
'&Its the stoning at Lva- with all that backbone : won't help at all.
Yuletide third quarter, as compared with Congress will be asked for several whole body. Movements get hard Only a frea .How' of your bite I Juloa, will i
SCHOOL tra th4y |n which the Jews and rice, boghead cheese and $23,0000,000: net loss a year earlier. billion additional emergency and constipated. You get yellow top this I decay poison 1 In your bowel Thon ?
SUNDAY drove h tom place to'place, the chitterlings Old Bradford is noted to New York Times tongue, yellow skin, pimples, dull mild vegetable medicine which atari*.
According a ;
dollars, above the regular budget, a tree. low of your bib juice la Cart."
scourglt'l' Philippi, the mob in for. tabulation, seventeen corporations eyes, bad breath, bad tasto, gas, Llttl. Liver rille.. No calomel' (mercury
Jerusalt&e at Caesarea to carry on the recovery program. dizzness, headache. You have become vegetablotitracti.
LESSON \: prison Fraternally, November I. Carter' Only line mild
Increased dividends .
Moat of the bureaus created have UKlylooktngfoulsmell would bring back your
and his..I nment at Rome, and AVERY POWELL. an If you
1 his where six did last November; thirtyfour allocated the bulk of their funds, ing, sour-thinking person. You personal eharm to win men, etart taking
SI, 1933 severe % of sickness on declared extra dividends, have lost personal charm. Carter'e Utlje Liver Pllle': according. tea
DECEMBER travels "n ihe all these and want more. your direction toiiay. rot at drug *torea.Kefuee
forgot Umatilla, Florida.Re as compared with twenty-eight; Everybody:; wants to run from you. omethlnv. last a. good"JJf1or 1 It
The Life of Paul. things' ln-Jng to be a servant of : : Grant! Tree at Ft. Harllee. 'thirty resumed dividends, as compared The worm Is turning. The worm But don't take salts, mineral may aHp. loneen Carter'teeth or* Little* ,
: Ask for
Subject Text: "I have fought a Jesus alt spreading S the gospelof Dear Sir: i with seven; ten reduced dividends In this case is the railroads, which waters, oils, laxative pills, laxative rectum.Liver Pill by: name and Bet JL
Golden I have finished my Christ. Regarding account of the famous where thirty-nine did so a have suffered for years candles chewing' rums( and what you> ak for CIC33. O.M.Co. JKT2_

t' good fight kept the faith." -1 u'BO orange tree of Ft. Harllee, I beg to I __ _u ___ ___ ___ _____ -----
course, I have: differ with Miss Mary McDonald r. -- .:.:: -

II Timothy 4:7.: PhillpplanH 3:1-14.: Carter, whose item appeared in

Lesson Text: The Phllipplan ONES the issue of Dec. 1, 1933, In your
Time written by Paul from column, saying that the tree grew t

letter Rome about was 82-63, A. "Fins D. ly, my near According Euatls. to a letter from Col.W. .
begins, MENTSON
The lesson In the Lo d. To C. Harllee, U. S. Marine Corps, I

brethren, rejoice things to ou, to ERE of 824 Gravler Street, New Orleans, BlanksWe

write the same Is not grievous, but for *MO La., to Dr. J. P. Ambrose of Waldo, Legal
me safe Beware of t >gs, beware EAFTER.I"Surely Florida, Fort Harllee was built In
it is
you of evil workers, be 'are of 1835 about four miles north-north N
west of Waldo on the south bank of

the concision. of r proach d God will do the Santa Fe River, by troops of

"Dogs" was a term earlier to the nothing:, but ,realeth His ser- the S. C. Volunteers -under I the

1n Greek from the vants.rOt. That is what command of a Major Harllee and

latest These times.words, are denude in precise ion parallel ot sent God says a flo [J olNoah, f. Before what God Mese'Ioah named In mis-spelled his honor"Harlee, although" It,isusually Carry the Following in Stockt: : : .,-;:. '

with :Paul's in Gal. I:7,9: ; SI was going was His In front of the officers' quartersat ," w. "f ,** ,
teachers I
_Judiazing_ __ Thebersist-l servant. sends judge I' this post Major Harllee plantedthe
.11....".t., t--a., Ins ,
12 II lur. -u opposltiot which nent until3e latsent warning. seed of an excellent "China"orange Warranty Deeds'I :,
ent and malicious sdintll which he had brought from
against hi 91 sufficiently never >od to destroy ,
they maintained for the fiery vehe- He ha4 tail ark to save. Charleston. Of the several seedlings '

accounts To'surrender efore God 'vid Sodom He from this planting, one proved Bills of Sale '1

mence of his teaching language.was really to I lent and taf bY'Ver with His more thrifty and prolific than ;; ,
to precious gift of end Abra bt, Abraham's the rest and was cared for by subsequent

renounce the most "the glorious hew, was'Iraham t n. No doubt garrisons during that war .v
namely, Chattel ,
gospel, i Short Form Mortgages
the sons of God..' These h d for Lot a ((1835-42)). : _<..
the :
liberty of that Christians must Jusand tlm I|*Y vould not de- The late Hon. Marion L. Payne,, : : '

\ people taught Jewish formal religious y the *r Abraham's for many years county superintendent ': .'
observe all, while Paul taught the ||iew with letting Abra- of Marlon County schools, hastold Mortgage DeedsTurpentine /

,. efficiency rights w* the salvation 14 know t was -going- I me that his father, Dr. George .. V : .. .,. ."
j all the of the first resident '
for us by Christ on ti) ;Payne Micanopy ,.. -
wrought physician of Alachua County ;. : Leases

_ cross. are the clrcuclsion, it was t.tye of Noah, :and the only one until 18 O, had apractice .';
"For we God In the spirit, B'all It be days of thee extending from Fort Harley "'" '1'1,' '1

which worship In Christ Jesus, and g of the an." That and Newnansville\ In the north 'Agreements for Deed .
confidence In the flesh. Is at the K God says ern end of Alachua County to FortKing "
have no also have confidence J ant is c ut God has and Ocala in the present Marlon r (" r

Though in I the might flesh. If any other an Jesus >wrk of safety I County. As he visited, he was t uisl Land Contracts ,

that be bath whereof N ark h ba or. Jesus accustomed to distribute orangesfrom j1 :

man thtnketh trust in the flesh, I more: sa am th They went the famous tree at Fort Hart .,....'; t
be might the eighth day, of the In. 's ark two. We lee, after the> manner -Johnny' )

Circuclsmed of Israel, of the tribe of Benjamin ma er our lo,safety two Appleseed and his apples. This Plain Notes ..:
stock of the Hebrews;; an ; or we .ttoter by the tree was In 1860\ said to be thelargest '
Hebrew .
I a the law, a Pharisee; mu d thou fut remember sweet orange tree in thestate. :" :' V .?r

as concerning touching zeal, persecuting the one leer: for hlm- The freeze of 1835 had killed .: Retain Title Notes,J ,.: :

I : touching the righteousnesswhich eel they c tin for you those growing here formerlywhile ,,,
church; the law, blameless. But We enter teally or we the seed of the great tree ,
Is -
were gain to me, those will T ec; was shut was still safe in the ground. By "I : ,

what things loss for *--n....-.iat.--- Yes the cod c ana late, toolate.B4dfui 1860 it had grown so large it couldbe I, ''',. f '.'

: I", I doubtless counted! ,for and the I excellency count all of things the dre these! 10,000 seen) good for oranges.miles and It was bore killedin over -' Also. the Following Signs: "j J",": ;< /

I but loss of Christ Jesus my I givethe ark. the freeze of 1875. ",

knowledge whom I have suffered the Blaceve Ile 4 It Is dark Some' of the above Information ," : '

Lord loss :of for all things and do count LI ( breaks out has been given to me by Mr. For Rent Signs ": 1 ,

but dung, that X may win from vii lathe storm George Chamberlain of Micanopy,
them cloud. who has lived InAlacbua .
der s burst In an old Floridian

Christ. those advantages, Judgmi r bis of God.lla. County some ninety years. 1' .
up Closing Signs '
Paul member gave of a prominent family. less The As a young man be planted seed ,: a.'j' .>

as membership in the highest courtof storm 1>ills covered from the Fort Harllee tree, given .- yi''4. [.1"%* J'1;

a alty the to Jews the ,established a reputation church for ;loy-all with wA ifHouses airy! ethe jis deepens.There homes, him Interesting by Dr. George accounts Payne.of the garrison .' ;':: **!$!&: ytrt; r' No Trespassing Signs'y( ',

and other things he surren- s/ed. There and refugees at Fort Harllee
these the i. wrecMfe, i i .' ; J
that h* might: become ". lveryw h are on file at the Florida State Mu- ,? ;
dared' Jesus-- and help to teach Yonder Is ,1' erd seum, University of Florida. '. r ; 'I' : /.(' "v

f servant and spread of Christ's doctrines,and ktadlcs' fc hangCod H. J, CHAFFER. And Office Supplies: ., -)

be an apostle to the Gentiles. Look! Hi [I lj ark floating (Until June 30, 1933 curator ofarchives

"And he found In him Dot bav down iiafety. Hear Florida State Museum)

own righteousness, which 'him cry, this way. .
lug but that which l8I [Rescue me writes We are so fond of each other because -
of the law, fling Carbon
l8 faith of Christ, the' In the ro4 'Too late." I our ailments are the same.-, PaperTypewriter -:
the ;
,through ,'l1lt'r
I which I. of God by Theo hack, "Too Swift. "
rlg1leoUBness: him, and late." Th<( ::" :
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that 1 may i Too
d, faith power: of his resurrection, and The rush [ake lathe D Ribbons >> v

sufferings, being chorus '"ft LIOUSNESSSour "
1 the fellowship of his k >kl l A wave '
his the '
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death.made" over the 1' [ .wean. stomach m Rubber Stamps .
a '
', Paul based his religion| on 'Tunt.jn'j; 'by will. you
and headache
in Him as die I
f risen Christ and a faith 1"g gas
of all who M I.
a redeemer and savior IR I due Jo

Jr accepted resurrection"If by any him.of means the dead.attain" unto the I jet 934"URCIIth'u will be I.CONSTIPATION ::

the dif Bradford
n. Paul knew by experience next S Year's set.I County Telegraph
to the

flculty end. of of living remaining, so conformed loyal to I tChriett found In 00 a text am.wUlur at I ,,

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trust of God. It U distrust of him-] salon,
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County... Telegraph PLAN FOR 1985 E I( Nt; EM U4k

This time 0;year\\ when, it is the Maybe You'veHeard DItsl ,
custom to look back and review
Established. 1877 :what has been aad.! to look forwardand It But

',_ .. -r ,'r--> I -Y:' .. plan what 'we hope A i* to ,be, / ; .
i published Weekly on Fridays, and pntered as Second Class brings to mind an excerpt from _

Matter at, the Post Office at Starke, Florida "The Old Farmer's Almanac" for ,'y ".. _, 445'w.

l..__.__ .., _, the year 1794, recently reprintedin INVENTORY. ,..

. E. L. Matthews______.,1.._.."______ _Editor and Owners a weekly magazine.The What'with the'first of the year _
paragraph had to do with ..
---- being at, hand,we decided .to, tape
hints for December, and they are J
SUBSCRIPTION RATE almost as pertinent and helpful to- inventory of our young museum

" ,' Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance day as they must have been then. this week and herd-''Is what we M
"Very little," it says, "Is to be done found: Rabbit fur still intact but
Advertising Rates :
; on out doors this month to much
not as white as it,was a couple of I
profit. See that sleds and '
---- your
; weeks ago Canadian dove's foot ;
! A few will is the said to 1933. sleighs are put in order. Completeyour ; I'
goodbye egret one '
; thrashing lest rats and mice ,with band remains lost under pile dIlAdr I

0I. destroy It. Visit your barns often, !of old newspapers (perhaps Irre- & Ij

, And how did all thellittle( nudist children hang up their see that your cattle has good at- trievably ab); five-ln-one sweet potato j
tendance paid them. At this sea- % ".--
' broken into fly separate I
stockings? son, the enjoyments of the farmerare
,', 0 more to be envied than of any sweet /potatoes by ambitious rf }I I Ilrewnrd'a AkM
other. occupation or profession youngster who wanted to see what (
Christmas coming on Sunday makes it a quiet daytheway whatsoever He sees his barns I was Inside To' offset these two .

it should be. yiir" \ graneries! and cellars, all well filled I: losses we have one' addition, l.e f Ttuiittttlna &trd I ,
by hIs own industry and frugality;
-iu ,.0- ?
his farm affording him all the paw from a grandaddy wildcat, for native of the Andes-is wore 1,tilt e

Some people aren't satisfied because every cloud doesn'thave comforts and necessaries of life, which we are indebted to a local eight' inches fang.

' a golden lining. enables him to spend the long and farmer whose dogs killed the beast

('I tedious winter evenings with his one day this weeU.'NOTES' .'-' ". '
family round a good fire and a .
Gainesville Evening 'News says that work is the yeast I clean, hearth, where he may read N

that raises the dough. :'. theology, geography, history, etc., ON' ,, CHRISTMAS_ .
11 and and entertain them." '
1" 0 Nothing k you feel so murkeyAs ;
Of course, the sentence, "Very a slice too f' afo olanf 17 II
.; In_a,short while Iluey Long will be just a bad taste in little is to be done out doors this turkey. mwr by.4 i isTellewf

the mouth of Louisiana month to much profit does not Aunty Ethel- temperance hound, if a I
( ;o- I apply to our strawberry farmers Hid the liquor that she found. r o iffy 3 eed ;
who find plenty to do during De-
Mother said, "My"dear: I fear it
Fort Myers News-Press suggests as a title for the New cember to occupy their time, but
"Will make father lose his spirit.
the remainder of the paragraph
I Deal "All-a-Loan. !
presents a picture of good, wholesome
Honestly, don't you find it becomesa t
0 i
: living that is worth strivingto

; Too bad Santa Claus< didn't think to bring along a few attain.A ,! trifle weary I I
" Trying so hard all day to remain
' little( extra effort during 1934 w
; new Florida license tag ., '
will enable every Bradford County warn and cheery? are 2.soo miles e I

" -0 farmer to see his "barns; granariesand God efstone walls on the )
How about a New Year's; resolution to eat only half as cellars, all well fUled by his Should; see the modern classic bards Christmas islandgzHislfrnan,

much turkey next Christmas? own industry and frugality"all and cards I S in the.,4tran group
"his farm affording him the /

S. 0 comforts and necessaries of life" Men (from hairdressers, to poten- off the west coast-

[ Talk is cheaper than ever, one exchange remarks, since when 1935.rolls_around.. tiat Jack the Rippers).">./ 37' oYIrrlaxd.. '
oNO '
' Always receive,four pairs of bed-
*t the lowering of telephone rates. SOLITARY SOUP
\ "J" 0 worn slippers. -- .. 'Y4f :' Af rpeman
: I. A> 9S
There are few times when it -
They're jumping on the NRA-those who are sorry because STEIN SONG h' '"' lliox
seems to us that O. O. McIntyre, '*' rsUjikpd corusclesr
,-.: they didn't think of'it first. the Justly famous columnist, goes A Cleveland .reader who asked Cubic Irt&t.. ,

t Q completely wrong in an opinion,but the poetess Gertrude Stein to explain ._ ._ 1
1 we cannot let his recent tirade ] her motto, t i' Who remembers the old days, when a girl had to stand against the old custom of eating go rose is a rose,'.' printed on her best knees, is being slowly back, when they have money to spenq

under the mistletoe in order to get kissed? unchallenged.Said selling; "Autobiography of Alice B: but these stubborn fi loot be are this country's worst enemlel

o Oscar Odd: "One of civili: Toklas," received the following reply oo Late conquered In a day.NlneteenthlrtYDu. today. There hould be more
zation's lesser mistakes, I believe, from Alee B. Tokleas (Miss Ises to along this line, and open
y. When you're wishing,' you\ could live your life over again, is eating as a social custom. No Stein's companion-secretary be A wonderful year lorida.Tourists for the babblly dressed,

f just remember that things could always be worse. one likes to see another eat. Talk- device rose is a rose is a rose ., co Classify, are already great- buying i erson who is talj
I "L lb Ing, while eating is a bore. Eatingis means just that. Mlas Stein Is unfortunately er' numbers than fo years. be hardROOSE ip!_Melbourne Times.o
i a rite that should be done onlyin too busy herself to be By RUSSkU. KAY Business In most ev a shows ---- _.
A cafe in an exchange advertises "Miniature Meals for private for at. best it is a mussy able to tell you herself, but trusts Seerttwjr,-FlorUj press AuucuttJotr steady improvement ELT AND "
4u, Children." Must not mean,.any of the kids we know. affair. No food tastes so savoryas that you'will eventually come to Federal funds are employment -
"' b that salvaged out of an ice,, box understand that' each and every You probably remember the yarn to thousands i| e same be m >st telling ow ever deliv
4' '. j at midnight in the privacy of a deserted word that she writes means exact- about a timid old lady who was will te withvements ered at le brutal deed of lynching.
time provide
"To travel hopefully 'is better than to arrive, said Stevenson. kitchen.! The day is coming ly what she days, for'she says very taking her first trip on an ocean ,,many worthwhile was Pr Ident Roosevelt's recen'

,L Except, of course, over one of our unimproved roads when eating as a social custom will exactly what she'means, and really liner The second day out a terrible I needed airports rJl.ito.b.r. adcast, In which he made
go the way lof prohibition. Eat nothing more-butf'of- course nothing storm came up and the sturdy ship parks, playgroun, bile buildings it clear Jiat lynching has no plac
I ,. ,0 first and fraternize afterward will less.-TII'Magazine. was rocked from stem to stern. It and roads, a ch in the .!n an on anlzed: society. Mr. Hoot;
r\ Another nomination for "the meanest person" is the one be the rule." Personally we think "rose is a tossed about like a cork. Giant years to come wll! to attract ver had uttered substantially thl

" :who stole bulbs from a. church Christmas tree at Crescent In voicing such an opinion It !rose is a rose la a rose" means that waves swept over 1 the deck while and hold private rial development lame se Iments a week before, but
City. S seems to us that Mr. McIntyre Miss Stein gets paid for her writ.. the passengers clustered about in and stlm eater tour(they the forcefulness of th<

f would place man on a level with tinge by the word.' fearsome groups 1st trade. i o Jacied declaration for th
o the stray dog and the alley cat who -i. It was a serious situation and Ntneteen-thlrt .s a year t that Mr. Hoove!)
A woman writer says that life is like turkey hash. We grab at; a bone and, run under the FARM FOLLIES nobody knew it better than the look forward to,; bright wit spoke as a private citizen.

i'i'get' it. One never knows what, life or turkey hash bolds .in house to eat it in blissful solitude. Eldorado Uber, who once con- grizzled old captain who stood on promise. Our J'| o recognl Heretofore< lynchings have beet
Eating in company hasalwaysbeen ducted the bridge directing the well trained the opportunity sand mao treated ,with more or less silenc,
store. a school for danc-
one of the most pleasant and ing in New York,.has rhythmic Informed the crew. As the fury of the storm the most of it.Don't I by those high In authority, and thl:
0 significant of all our social cus- Increased it seemed that the ship ijw has seem to give tacit approvalBut

: Crescent City Journal says that most people with axes to toms from the Lord's Supper on Agricultural the farmer's.Department troubles that could mostof be could .not possibly withstand the Year." Do Just yo t lappy to MJE when the President of th(

{f grind want the public to"pu' 'up the money to make the grind- through those gatherings at the laid to the lack and har- terrific strain. it so. J der United of States, supreme cowman
Mermaid Tavern and into modern Among the passengers were the forces of law and order
, *" in their lives .',- He
I .atone revolve. times when members of college "mony urges those who KNEW, the ship would speaks in condemnation, the
a government of
o fraternities and clubs look forwardto program course sink. They wept and prayed and Lice remains forever damned.
!In rhythmic solution.
dancing as a -
believe mealtime as their one opportu- pictured over'and over the horrorof IrPeS President's timely stand has
Superstitious people that the years ending in 3" .-New York Dally Mirror From ]
nity of cultivating those frIendships the disaster that would soon be to nullify the
., are bad for crops. If such is the case we're glad we will soon that make the mlddleaged Little Boy Blue, upon them. Others equally as con- which Governor Rolph

be entering 1934. '. refer to the time spent in college as Come blow your horn. cerned and with Just as much at lynching, and the naUon

'' i '0 "the happiest days of my life." The sheep's in the meadow. stake, remained calm. They spoke FINGElt? DYES a debt of gratitude. Let us hope!
Then too, perhaps Mr. McIntyre The cow's !In!the corn. words of faith and encouragementand I .f that the agitation resulting from)
History repeats itself.' Those who should know' tell us, could '''tell ;us what December 25 Where's the little boy predicted that 'the captain -There are n. Ive fit dozen nail- the California episode will put an]

that Tiberius Gracchus, a Roman ruler, established the first would be without Christmas din- That tends. the lamb would bring them through safely. ) different of end to mob spirit In this country;

CCC Camp along about 150 B. C. ner. Imagine, if you can, mother Over there doing a The timid old lady beard the ca- dyes for the 1; 0 uewount'em and an end also to legal delays and
nibbling away in the kltcheq while Dithyramb. lamity howlers and her heart sank. the next tj u gqe par- wholesale pardoning of desperate
(-' the meal is being prepared} sister Then she listened to the,words of ty.-Tlmes-U: criminals.-Jacksonville American

,. .The Punta Gorda Herald wonders if it is to be taken as snatching her favorite'piece of tur- And speaking of inventories at hope and cheer and her faith was ,The most live ,iratlon a

indicating improved conditions when a hobo asks for fifteen key and running to her room where the beginning of'the year (as we momentarily restored. Just then we can think a lattlnger dough DRIVE: THE DRUNKS OFF)
she can eat It while reading the were a few paragraphs ago) in this the captain appeared. Rushing up nails is a llttjsticking" ned t1 FLORIDA ROADS
cents instead of a dime to get a cup of coffee. do abou |root*o nail {I
latest "True Story"; brother out age of operations wouldn't it be a to him she cried:' "Captain you :
o In the garage, between bites repairing good Idea for some of our hospital think the storm will ever cease?" Any other a 1 t at attack Once again driver of a motor

Figures show that receipts for the University of Florida's the automobile for an aft- .hounds to check up on their profits Weary from the strain, his decoration gI u.jfgjtFuniak a yi truck mixed low grade moonshine
ernoon drive; and father-well. I and losses every Jan. 1? For instance nerves taunt the old sea veteran of the gallop alcohol and gasoline, and two lives
football this fall totaled Looks kind
games $48,940.33. I her and replied: Springs Hera TJt'There's are snuffed '
perhaps father took a .lunch and how many teeth extracted turned to calmly out.
of bad for that prediction about the decline in the popularity. went fishing.A and how many replaced how many "Well Madam, it always has." M The fact that an accident or a

,of dreary picture, Isn't It? gall stones lost, tonsils, appendix, His simple answer, so direct, confident A CON HSIN fatality occurs because of the

.... ". If Mr. .Mclntyre can't: eat with- etc. The onlyrouble with this and sure struck a responsive ";1d in the drunken condition of an automobile
,ll out making It a "mussy affair" let Idea Is that some! of us might find ) chord in the troubled hearts a : driver is no palliation. On the con-
1lIitler has refused full citizenship to women on the him take his plate and alt in the that so much of us was gone, we'd of the passengers. Someone laughed landDoubt| "Alaes teen since lurk- trary it is an aggravation. Yet

grounds that they are unable to bear arms and the Miami corner, or wear a bib, or some- become disheartened and go ahead. and then everyone was laughing.Of Ing about in !t has be- now often the remark Is heard,
thing. But for us-we'll take the and die'and be done with it. coursethe storm would pass time begavf "Oh, he wasn't responsible; he was
Beach Sun reminds him that the ladies are able to bear arms !dent. ap-
festive board, thank you. they always did, and this one was come drunk when it happened"
that are able to bear arms. --- NEW rEAR THOUGHT no exception bo7J'I.'' pt virtuous Is being, No automobile driver e'8rat..

a WILL THEY .CO-OPERATE? It did pass with the arrival of ; was compelled to get drunk or too.
let's extend the most IIttru jtuff anyborne
To Garbo and ao drink
; the dawn. The winds no longer intoxicating liquor If they\ !
A New York man 'who is pleased with his pr12e'ln the ,118.
Of seasonal) best wishes. i y
Will the farmer oo-operate or howled Angry seas were 'calmedand negro whose condition caused two; I
matrimonial mart says that he is going to marry her in every not? Upon this question dependsthe We wish,we had the lady here a friendly sun appeared above We Ulo ae for thisablnatlon of deaths yesterday was drunk-and

state In the Union. What a terrible time he'll have if he ever success of governmental. relief To help us dry the dishes. the /'horizon. The good old ship spec 'lcl I dencies. It two phylsiclana say be was-be became -l

plans battered and shaken, plowed stead- a J1U that way of his own free win.
changes his mind and wants to get rid of her!Io 'NOVEL TEA!: PARTY. la IY s of as "mls- It is
Figures 'on the recent expert.meat Ily on. only a maudlin sentimental
for discuss
t> in the milk industry show moat of sir 't. Ity that endeavors to excuse a
NEW LONDON Conn.-Afternoon So it is with. us th :rm is good ,
t' One writer says: "Rest! How sweet the bound! It is that fifty marketing agreements tea In the stables is quite the We have been riding a drunken driver. Recent action

melody to my ears! It lies as a reviving cordial at my heart have been prepared for the differeat proper thing Just now for students storm. We have listened to the en rflum, for instance, ,of Municipal Judge WatkIns in .
milk sheds throughout the at Connecticut College who take,'wall of the calamity howlers heard assessing heavy fines on persons
ar y A'babby suit of
., and from thence sends forth lively spirits beat through country. These agreements will their exercise In the sajdle. After' words of encouragement from he to I driving cars while drunk ia to be
Yes. We like to sleep late in the formulate price plans for fluid and j ft money buy highly commended. The drunken
all the pulses ofmy soul), a gallop or canter the riders discuss cooler' heads and now the dark nste) of binding his
mornings too., surplus milk, will establish the horsemanship at tea tables set clouds of night are fading in a gray it 6 driver: of any motor vehicle, whose
quantities of milk which may be ,on the barn floor, dawn that heralds the coming of. a I? ) to the old criminality kills Innocent persons,
0- sold by distributors at the fluid bright and cheery day. y j 1 ling ap- mould pay the penalty exacted of
soft music phonograph in price, and will set a minimum dl.tributor's ('ngleswlth friends other
Scientists say that paying on a I couldn't be a social lion It has been an experience to tcj ppjgoluckyadverEVpresslon.r manalaughterera Maybe
thelnilking barn :will cows to give ten per cent more retail price to prevent For want of being able men's soul, but we. have the flra ,e action on the part of all courts
ruthless price-cutting. But as in To sip my pekoe smilingly assurance of the captain that tn<. llklhi would help to make the highways
le'ss ,
the other hand playing one
feed. On or !
milk on ten peitftent the case of other Industries these afe, for sober
While smelling of a stable. storm will Reason and expej persons.Tsmparimes.
pass. whiteae
induce them to do nothing will be of little value red car
would agreements
some jazz records probably rience tell us that,he is_right He eal
without the co-operation of those backed cooperatives, managed by wane. ft(
more than kick the phonograph over. always bas .' He shops whemgains'
involved men with a thoropgh.unprejudiced/ The tables turned on Howard
,M i O It is a fact that the success or non-political view of farm prob- As we tear the last sheet fro / 'of one kind %i Saldwjn: former Jailer of
For a long',time ants have peen held up as examples of failure of governmental relief plans lems. In some states many such the Scoreboard old calendar for 1033 and into throw the the ws< ite uses a* little gasolii ounty..Oklahoma: :. who la servltf
Is to the farmers themselves. If bodies exist and are towers of $ He buys the chewverything.
; now a'scientist tells that if a up sixty-day sentence In tf
thrift and.enterprise.! But us basket of the put, let us put.- He chuckle* Jail i
than the face of-strikes disorganized
"'" they go on producing more strength In -
man went to the ants bo would find a rather vicious state of the consuming public will buy. all price structures, and faith and 'hope' in the- yeaa';!; because of the clever !lllng. deer_out.of season. _

affairs. He says, Ants, lIke men, have many vices. Theyare efforts to stabilize markets and fluctuating markets,. In the South, lies ahead/ > t\i1\ ves"money. 'Dauntless Derreen." white I let I

addicted to drink. Bom<|of them are slave-traders.: Others better price will make no head- cotton cooperatives have secured: Such hope and faith Is jus i of thrift that is used to -11 owned by M. H. Ruttledgt rJ'Idls
great benefits for the cotton farm Things really are better. the sin of obstructing -
B. O:, laid 356 In 3SI
Just another illusion way.The ,
freebooters find pirates. endeavors' ths oat avarice and greed is a damn-
are way out la through organisation ers. Such represent jof prosperity m, a record that makes her tb lIT'S
shattered. -- through strong, loyally beat la agriculture today brought. this nation to its ]P People who "act" poor, champion.r '

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