Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 28, 1934
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02469
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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chools And,Booze {Writer' When Recalls''Principal Hoax ..Of Turned Yesteryear Out School Chilly 'StudVnisWiRBeWarnier t : i f S:I Santa Claus's' Heard Burns Brown Chairman -Named- --

When IIe Employs Match As y
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To Welcome Bryan-{Who Wasn't There :\, !

ong Problems r : While, Lending' Ilfs Services To Store Here
Birthday BallTolakePlaceJjere
It was ;during the year that What do ;
.you want with him?
Ions Will ,SolveSession ) : Bryan was running for the presi- "We would like for him to favor 'We were tempted:to get'out an ,i,..Santa's beard was attached very
*: dency'the"th'time, Some'AnaDlaa our school with a short address," After Holidays extra,:when the whiskers of a 10cat'dry"goods firmly to his face-as Indeed all

had told the principal! of the Starke answered the professor. store Santa Claus beards 'should be--and he was :

of Legislature! Is High School that the perennial "Well Til be d--d!" exclaimedthe caught on fire Monday afternoon looking for help to pull It oft be-

Expected To Cause; candidate was to be on the south- conductor. "Why he couldn't Steam limit Lines' Being Extended but the spirit of laziness as well fore the flames spread to his eyebrows --

Many Headaches'I bound train that reached Starke at say 'boo' to a goose. All the talk *., To Include Room In as the spirit of Christmas being upon and snowy white locks I Roosevelt, Requests Proceed\ This

-"- r '11 a. m. on a certain day. Without he's fitten for Is to cuss out hoboes .. New AdditionChildren us. we decided to let the story Santa explained the origin of the Year Not Go To Warm a ,

I School and governmental. fl- investigating the authenticity of stealing rides on the train." .... -- walt"' until our regular issue conflagration by saying that he Springs Foundation -ros eat ,
control the rumor the professor' decided to .' Anyway this is what happened: was his
Ing and liquor are "I will have in the J unary department picking teeth with a match -
know sir
you re-
ong major problems that will have the faculty and entire school torted the at the Bradford' Santa's employees rather those when-po fl That should be.. N. Sternberg this week accepted
professor with County High
j Ute Florida Legislature, In itsJnnlat meet the great man at the depot, "that I consider dignity, School -will have warm rooms to to whom he had loaned his valua- good lesson for little boys and general chairmanship of the 1035 ; 6,

session next April. and after such ,a greeting' he anent' one of our most your exalted expressions return to at "expiratlon of ble services for a couple of days-> girls, but. unfortunately for the Birthday Ball for, the President to Id W1
Along with these will stand the ,could not but give a talk in ex- as ill-conceived and disrespectful Christmas holidays) on January 7, were considerably surprised to see moral of this story, little boys and be> held here January 30. The affair

Dtstlon of what the State will change for the courtesy.On sir, to the least and- A. J. Grlffls, superintendent of him run in the back door of the girls don't have beards Ownersof will be .similar to those that
I about providing funds for un- the day In question the pro- 1-" say schools, said this week. store with his whiskers on fire. the store however hint darkly are being held In other cities '

ployment relief. cessionleft the school house ear Several rooms were added to the They had thought the venerable that they believe Santa was taking throughout the country.The l'

[Results of the general election ly, for the hobble, skirts then In "Aw hold your bosses, mister! school building last year but old fellow was peacefully making advantage of'the absence of i:Mrs. object of. the charity ball
( November cut a pattern on vogue did not allow of quick walk- Old Bill ain't so hot. Last monthhe until this time pipe lines for steam up his rounds of the business sectionof Claus and had gone around In'backof is to raise funds' to- aid in fighting

'cb the Legislature must work. ing for the ladies The, principalwas got ten marks for falling heat have not bee&!:extended to the town, hence it Was no -.amanIIhock'to ->the store to smoke a cigarette. and curing Infantile paralysis t ,t

rs repealed Statewide prohl- elated in anticipation of the asleep while flagging. But If you addition. The work could not be I see his scarlet highness : Rumors that damage ofthe Seventy per cent of the proceeds

on and forty-two counties went honors to be his; he carried a rule, want to see him' it's that feller carried on while school was In session tearing around"..in. such an undl"nl-I beard was covered by insurance from the dance Will be used in the', +k

t" by local option. An amend- which he flourished like & bandmaster behind the Pullman holding the Mr. Grlffla said, and consequently fied manner. have been denied.Florida. local community In the fight on. I'
lItat to the Constitution was and he had pulled out his red rag. Only be quick for as children ln\th new the"disease while thirty percent ,h
pted to exempt: from taxation vox jubilante stop. His strides soon as they've dumped that stiff had to get their warmth -from i will go to a national foundation: I' its

I homesteads up to a valuation were so impatient till he had to -pointing to the coffin:\, *that the small oil heaters. Three new rooms Masons Install Relief for the same purpose It Is said., ;

( $5,000. Gov. Dave Sholtz es tinted stop occasionally to allow the pro- white-gloved men were pulling will be equipped with radiators. I Plans for the, local Birthday
from'the baggage car-"we'll haveto Ball have Just begun to be formed }
the exemption amendment cession catch up with him. On Mr. Griffis stated that teachers '
Mild reduce tax revenues of thete arrival at the depot .the cortegewas highball:It. We're" twenty min- In the Starke school bave taught Officers For Year Gets but It Is likely that It will be held k'
Same Fund
cities counties and districts drawn up Along the.track.., utes late already. four months, and have been paid In the Woman's Club building. It

r (10,000,000 annually, or about Came, the train. The-engineer, In the"meantime a male mem- for only three> but be believes is said. ',
y'per cent.'of the total now puzzled over th'galaxy of'' Intel ber of the faculty had bought' a that within a month; he will .be -- Mr. Sternberg Is asking (the cooperation -; ,r
Iected.'Asks lectual-looking ladles and clean Times-Union from the news butcher able'to pay then up to date and L. D. Vlnlng I. New' Muster Amount For Bradford EllA In of the(older as well as

$10,500,000 for Schools children.- thought it meant to give and an item In it said that W. get their salaries;Lt "ta.ati.regu Service''' Not January Not ,Vet the younger.members of the community

ant two subdued toot: and; the fireman J. Bryan had left Jacksonville the larly from then on.j( PuIIHt\: ... # noUDced In making the dance M suc '
Education associations .
rang the bell unceasingly. A day before for Miami by an East' "-.- else Birthday Balls were held In ss
cher groups', throughout the Teachers In the rural, schools Masonic'' officers emergency ,
flagman got off the train and wentto Coast train. ,' of the Brad" The Florida relief ad ..veral.Jlttll'bborln& towns last
started a campaign for aWe have been paid for four and a
ate protect its rear, and at the The principal being a disciple of half mouthshe lodge for the coming year ministration-was told this: week. year and were attended hv many '
school fund of $10,000.000, said. were installed 'Thursday night ,at that its general relief allotment Starke couples It J.bel.l.v th-t r
same time six solemn gentlemenIn Socrates, took his defeat like a y elf
nible the amount.the State.new .: : ,; 7:30: o'clock'at the Masonic Hall. for cltlsens here will welcome the
white gloves stepped ,off--Mr.Bryan's philosopher. He stuck the ruler January would be Sl.DOO.OOO, opportunity -
raising as a contribution toward staff, nd. doubt:. Then''' Into his pocket and being a Latin Tax On Chec"- friting A. S.''Craws acted as Initialling of- the same &I In December 6f having their own ball
yment of teachers' salaries. m"bt fleer, and It was not a public In- Instead of 'one out of
portly, clean-shaven, baldheaded scholar said with a sigh, "Sic. Inquiry Thursday at .the ,local attending ,
counties.' Goes Off Next stallation.
Federal 'Govern- personage came,out on'the rear transit gloria mundl. FERA office disclosed that the town.
Thus far the platform 'of the Pullman-Mr. A bystander who was not a LatIn L. D. Vining twaa Installed as ampunt allotted to Bradford Coun The original Birthday Ball'held 4"t
financed relief
KDt has all operaIn worshipful master, Win. ty for next has last January participated In by
in this State except 'the Bryan himself of course. The scholar asked another "What People who pay 'by check will succeeding ptontb not yet.been
roared out a hurrah I The Dobrow. announced., the 'citizens. of upward of 0,000
principal was that he said! get a break next Tuesday when
in the various
Mounts spent
Joe Slstrunk, Senior Warden State Administrator Julius F communities throughout the country
little boys followed with a squeal the two-cent Federal tax on checks e
aunltles by local charities. The and the little girls with a shrill "I understood him' to say he'dbeen expires. The Bank) of Starke has and C. H.: Nasworthy, Junior War. Dtono, ,Jt, had asked for '1,800- ", resulted in raising a fund In
ate itself baa.provlded'110tundsdirect : while the ladles waved their gloriously sick and in a received instruction's not to'makeany den, were installed 000. it Is said excess of a million dollars to enable ,
br relief. The Federal Gov- piping trance since Monday. And he looks '
J. !ol. Mitchell the Warm
treasurer and N. Georgia Springs
But-too bad the -- ---
handkerchiefs. charges after! that time it
ment has served. notice It will object of the homage (whq turn- kinder sick.too," was the elucidat- was stated this week. Sternberg secretary were installed STt'DKNT' : NIOIIT AT FIltSTBAPTIST \ Foundation to continue its work of Y'

/aspect the State' to .shoulder part ed out to be aTftakufgf' powder ing reply. This tax produced $41,383,108 after having been reelected at a CHURCH SUNDAY! treating infanltle paralysis'vic '
that burden. While the kids scurried off to time At the President's ?
previous meeting.Appointments own
suggestion ;
drummer instead of acknowledging last but Is
), year It generally be-
With prohibition! repealed the their respective homes the Student night, at Christmastime of this
unlucky no part year's proceeds ps'
dived back Into tovarious minor
lieved those
the in the
courtesy, by know thatit
fete looks to liquor to supply one school head had the fiasco will be observed at the First will to the Foundation
the coach and slammed the door. will not be renewed. offices were made by the new go
Inr sourceMof revenue, but there nibbed,In to ,jxlm by his indlgquptlieutenants Daptlst Church Sunday evening, but will be used in treating,the
The then'wenl'up. to ...e Master but had not teen announced -
principal 111 .....G..oclatd.Pre.
I no basis poDvihlcn to estimate ) and such expressions It stated in .. December,thirtieth at seVen-thlr-, dllease
frozen at'the'time of to locally and. nationally.,:
after going
conductor having
bable collections. The State's his features Into an expression of as "I told you so!" and "Professor, dispatches from Washington, how*I :, .-:-.--....-.,,..-.... ty o'clock. This special feature -- :...-...
ulation'*has dpubled since proton how could you!I" etc.,' pattered ever, that some members _of,: the PASTOR CALLED HERB will 'take the 'place of the regular
want into effect January, affability asked him to induce Mr down'on him, not exactly: like the Houe of Representatives nave-,received preaching service Student nightIs Marshal LikesHoliday :
Bryan to come out. "What Bryan The Rev W T. McGuIre who re-
119. There was no gallonage tax gentle dew from heaven'..-for. "It Is Intimations that Congress being observed by Baptist : '
liquor before 'Prohibition. T" asked the conductor.' papa who pays." might'be asked to levy new taxeson cently moved here from Jacksonville Churches In the ,entire Southlandon

Package Jaws enacted before "Why, William" ,| other things-though a decision was called last Sunday to this date, 'The purpose of the '
inhibition were revived with real "Oh. yes I see; Bill Bryan. H.. E., LAGERGREN. on their nature these legislators the pastorate of the Chrl.tlan.Church service Is to acquaint the homo Quiet

and now, govern the liquor understand, will not b> T1madeT un- here Mr,. McGuIre was churches with the religious activities )

ulness. They provide that 11wr PARENT-TEACHER CONGRESSTO til the Administration completesIts pastor, of the Lynwood Christian on the college campus. The ,,

may be sold only in sealed 'Business as Usual'On I MEET IN JACKSONVILLE budget and relief plane Church of Jacksonville last year program will ,be given by college Only One Arrest Made Hero 414,

kages and may not be consum- The Florida Congress and' Parents .. He has served the church here In students home for the holiday season During Monday unit Tues

III on the premises.. The license and Teachers will hold ''a LAYMEN TO SPEAKDr. past years and has many friends and several local high school day lie Says {
which meeting in the Armory at Jack- In Starke. students;
lie for a package store may New Years Day -
"'opened only In a."wet', county sonville. Wednesday night Janu David McCbrrahy. of New --. College students having a partIn "It was the best Christmas: rye xk
11,250 annually. ary 2, at 8 o'clock. York City well-known Y. M. C. A.iecretary NOT TOO LATE the services are! had In seven' years,." Night Marshal i

The constitution amendment retallng Dr. Sydney B. Hall, superintendent missionary and evangelist Mrs. J. M. Alvarei, chairman of: Misses Marguerite Prevatt Evelyn W. Thornton said Wednesday i + J

prohibition provided that Starke Stores Will Probably of schools in Virginia will de- will speak' the Presbyterian ChrUtouts Seal Sales In this county Stump and 'Marjorie Stump "and I want' to.. omplllllent w' a

next Legislature should enact Remain Open All Day liver the principal address.. He Church at the 11, o'clock'service wishes to remind the public from Florida State College for the people of Starke. on their:good! ,,6-

liable laws" for control of ,ligaor. -Jsn.1 has developed a public school pro- next Sunday morning. 'At the evening that It is not too late to send In Women; Milton BrowoJee Jr.:; and behavior" i'

Whether the beverage will gram which ,ls bringing his state service! Donald MacQueen their remittances ffor seals which George Inman from the University Monday and//Tuesday' law 'but

dispensed by governmental !"Business as usual" Is the forecast from the bottom tier of educational who has a fine record as an educator they have. received In the malL of Florida; A. E Wall Jr.. from one arrest the marshal says, which I + '

gores or private businesses is for New Year's day next ranking to a foremost place. I Bible teacher\ and religious Mrs Alvarez) is very pleased with the University of Georgia, Local he believes establishes a new' low ,

rnethlng which win be consider- Tuesday. Chief of Police'A. L. Al- Members of the Parent-Teachers worker. Will be the speaker.. The the response. to the" sale! la' this high school students participatingare ; In Yuletide ,law-breaking In this d

14 at the session In April. varea said Thursday after callingon Association here are cordially ..invited I public is.invited- to' hear these county and will make her final report : Sinclair Peek Jr., Billy Powell community N+ ''

\ Sale Tax View several business places.It to attend the meeting. speakers. public In a short while Hugh Walters Joe Edwards "It is much better for all of us," S +$
seems as if local storekeepers Frances Hemingway'' and others. Mr. Thornton said "when folks go 911
Opponents of the Homesteadu have had enough vacation for I An Invitation Is extended to all ahead and have a little fun but x $r'

Exemption Amendment raised the time being and are willing to I ALL ABOARD FOR 1935l' college and high school students to keep out of trouble. The police H
IIIe of "sale tax" before the *
cry start the New Year off by putting attend. force likes to enjoy a quiet Christ.

lection, while advocates of the in a full day of hard work. One .,, --...-- mas as well, as anybody else. eG
nendment were just as strong in or two business men mentioned the MISSION!! HALL .-

their statements that its adoption old superstition that what you do Toe Story Of The First Christmas SEAL' CONTRIBUTIONS: or

wild not require a-sales tax to on anuary 1 you will continue to was beautifully retold In DEDUCTIBLE: FROM TAX 1 )l
provide revenues. They contended and ob- r,
do throughout the year 4fr It
t that scripture and song and moat effectively Contributions to the Christmas
an Improved system of assess- afford to re-
viously no store can Illustrated In the service at Seal sale are deductible on Income .
IIIg tIes! property and particularly Intongl-would main closed all the year. the Mission Christmas night tox reports according to the Unlt- d! j jed I .fw

personal property At the time of going to press I Tho.. .hall was tastefully and States collectors of Internal rev. 1W '
provide more revenue than that ap '
taken Thursday It did not seem likely propriately decorated, the children enue In Florida. A number of call* rk
by homestead exemp-
con away that even a half-holiday. would be daintily ,dressed. and the service have been made to the office of the ; '

. taken. was enjoyed by a large audience, collector and to Mrs. J. M. A1varex *
The Supreme'Court, has heldbat 1 J' I many of ;whom took part In the : chairman of the Christmas. Seal w l r

the homestead exemption can- Movie service other than singing A ale In Bradford County. ',
tat:. apply on taxes levied for payrat Midnight. 4, healthful as well as a spiritual "remembrance "The Christmas' Seal campaign- y''
of existing oo id ;runlda sufficient "*.- Eve '
'For New Year's ,waa carried awajf_by against .tuberculosis comes under 'II
revenue to pay the bonds Is iz all attending. The service. (:was the class .of permlssable' deductions Sq,
Provided from'other sources. ; made describedas'contributionsto '
of student possible through the talent 1
An' absorbing story
Another situation. facing, the to the Rita Theatreon and cooperation of.many' regular religious, educational: or charitable ?4 a b
bglalature will be redistributing nurses comes It attendants on the Mission.. : /Institutions" the collector, de
Sunday for a two-day run. "
the State's., Judicial circuits to costanLorettta The topic for next Tuesday'sBible clares. '
"oform to another constitutional] to "White Parade"and ;John' Boles ; Study will be "A'Hole In The The Christmas Seal sale In Brad + 1 ,

oendment.! The amendment prothat ,Young be Wall.. will given
Wed the number of circuits A midnight at show 11:43: In celebration Into these subjects and bring any I day and continued until Christ .;., a1' rye"mas

uld< be reduced from the presentntyelght Monday night Eve. The feature reference you may find ,to the ser but contributions are acceptable 31
" to "not more than I of New Year's vice. at any tlm. The need for the t

Do'"with( proportionate* :will be "Redhead"CaboUComing"to With GraceBradley Bibles, are; .especially ,'.Invited.8PJEAKEU work is greater this year than ever ('1 p
Bruce .
and '
on in .the number ,of circuit before according to. Chairman
o' 'the'RIU next Tuesday '
)lodges.EStenalve. of : AT COURT HOUSE i Mrs. Alvarez.
:' studies'of' the strud'end -and Wednesday Dr. 3. A. Maples, of Dallas Texas I Last week one of.this county's]
with Francis Lederer, 1 } : POW R. TO tt1"-----" ._ iydrtafIPStSO.Vt '
*r* system of taxation ,to the Happiness will speak at the court house tuberculosis suspects, was given a y f {> 1
"to liave.been made by'persons Joan Bennett Charles Ruggles e here Friday night at 730; o'clock. complete examination Including sa ;;, 4
*toyed through the Federal EmJpncy and Mary Boland. It Is an adapta- D '. The subject of his address will be x-ray Mrs. Alvares .said. She 11I:' "f'

Relief Administration tion of a Broadway comedy; hit ::. .1\1\ tMrf "Shall We Ask Out Representative urges that letters "with ;'Contrlbu. j

!!ne findings have not been made and the action takes place in Co- ....... "7.' WI" to Give Us Adequate Penalties for done continue to be sent'in to help
\ 'TO g
t4 ,,0..} .. .
WUIc, but they will be laid before lonial America. 4 .\ wtti Drunkenness.. A poll will be I In the work. < fit
Legislaturefor consideration Francis Lederer'one of the most ( ;. i i tPMt"CaraI taken on the question and every 1
talented ,
and moat PERMANENTLY !r ge
handsome r
Its sixty-day session., I voter In the county Is asked to be
Senator W. Co'Hodges of Tatusee -' recently Imported .from Europe, butcharming present at t"') ,--".- I I W O. Ha'. "" icently put In ;
> j presidentnomineethe plays the j-: '' the shy operation a saw in.ll Just south : l
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I9x! state Senate. Formal' Hesaian soldier who deserts II1KTII4: of town on Road 13, will Install a deg'

lion broads as the Legislature the British ranks because the Lie and Mrs L. L. O'Neal planer soon and expects to locate Gy SOY
tally opens. +' colonists promise tlm "the pursuit I Ihi Starke boy. December 19. In Stark perma eaUy. Mr. Hair.

Three candidate. for 'speaker of of happiness. Was Y Mr. and Mrs, Lacy Conway; was formerly In the saw mill business rA p '

House of Representatives are M.. __.. Starke. boy December: \ 23. < at Live Oak. for eighteen. b k

B. Blshop"of Jefferson County DOWL1NOMOVE BACK Mr and Mrs. Lloyd.. Padgett years .. e

un ;;McL. Christie of Duval Mr.:and Mrs Karney; J. Dowlingand Brooker girl December 24. .
ty ofwd family who have resided in + Int PlbLRV MM. Beatrice Hires, Graham, A common tern banded and released -
and Dwight L. Rogers<< -1WIf..1 t11LL"EQNiIMI! T. THAT 1 nttL t-OCII\M\ IhA1,1
the four'years, ... At nltwe December 24. on Muscorgus bay. Maine.,
County The Speaker will Bartow for put 'YOU 1 TO TN' nrtf P0 N/Itt. 1uot girl '
"nominated the night before the hare moved back to their home ANLITY t ay 3ut'1ort7Pp! ,.. ...... MM8 Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Edwards. In 1913. was found dtuu). four year tir

antS formally elected. the here'which Is located near the L1lTfM1tN10YR (me.JMt' WCAL rqyum'I' -- J Btark' boy December 23. later In Nigeria, Africa,

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LAWTEY SAXTON HAMPTON EVERGREEN groom's grandparents. Mr. and and Muriel Wainwright were visit In Jacksonville with relatives
I Mrs. W. R. Kersey, by Elder E. N. ing friends and relatives here Sun Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch'nf
Correspondent. Mm. 'V. A. Trl... Comnpondviit
a O. J. Phillip Slice. All* Molina. Corrc poBilrn Mrs. T. A. Konler, Correspondent Auderion.: Miss Martha Craw day, Ralford. were visiting her parent

& Chrlstnruut-Quiet Miss Dorothy Swunbora of Tallahassee Mr. and Leo: : Wiggins, otRaiford. Mrs. Cr A. -Pringle and children ford close friend of the couple Mrs. t. t:). 'Inompson Is spendingthe Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown here,
Is spending the holidayshere have recently been visiting acted as bridesmaid and Charnla Christmas holidays in Way- Wednesday;
passed Mrs. J.
The Christmas holiday were visiting her mother
with her parents. Mr. and Mr..Wiggln's Mr. and brother of the groom Miss Grace Hazen Is
oft very quietly here. The Methodic I parents S. Rosier Sunday afternoon. Yarborough cross!, Georgia the guest of her pa. spending a
and Baptist Sunday Schools Mrs. W. R. Swanbom. Mr H.. B. Wiggins. acted as groomsman rents Mr. and Mrs., Flaunders.Mr. few days In Gainesville as guest of
7 :' both had pleasant Christmas O. T. Nelson and W R. Swan- There will be a Union Serviceat Miss Sybil Rosier spent several Mrs. Yarborough Is the attractive and Mrs. Fletcher Butler of her cousin Miss Margaret Hazen.

very at their respective bom attended church at Lawtey. the Baptist Church next Sun days this week in Wauchula with daughter of Mrs. S.. C. Miller Plant City are upending the holidays Miss Mary Godwin, of Add. Ga.
)churches programs and were largely attend Sunday day night, December 30. Rev. her uncle, Mr. Edd Sapp. of Jacksonville and the, late Mr. here with friends and rela- Is spending a while here an guest
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dickson spent Mr and Mrs. R. S. Rosier spent of her Miss
ed. Lyle will ppreach: at seventhirtyp. Pascoe Prevatt. The bride Is a tives. cousin Louise Surren.cy. .
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. m. Every body ts invited to be Sunday in Kissimmee having been graduate ,of John Gorrle High: Riley Johns and children of St. .

+; Church Holds. Service Tyler. present and participate In the ser called here on account of the ser School and was,.a ,member of the George Georgia, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Galney. Of
Christmas Sunday wag celebrated : O. L. Brown of Double Run was vices. ious illness of Mrs. Roster's' slater. 1932, class.. friends and relatives here this Olustee. spent the week-end here
visiting relatives here Sunday. children Mrs. A. E. Thompson/ I week. as guests of his parents, Mr
with appropriate music and devotional Mrs. M. L. Watterson and .Immediately after the ceremony and
services, at the Grace. M. Rev and Mrs. E. L. Hicks left were shopping in Jacksonvillethis Miss Pauline Rosier returned they left for their home 2700 Dig. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cox, of Adel Mrs. L. R. Gainey.Mr. .
Sunday for a visit in St...George, and Mrs. Walter
3'E I Church here. The pastor Rev. week. home Saturday after spending several non Street, Jacksonville.This Georgia were visiting Mr. and Matthews
Georgia days with her aunt Mrs. Lea- Mrs. J. L. Gasktns Sunday after and daughter Betty Jean
UcSlssons preached a very Inspiring Miss Maggie Johnson and father young couple have many spent
t Jalnie Mlntln. of Ocala Is Christmas here
sermon and music was furnished -, Mlsp the D. J. Johnson of Pal atka, were ton Morgan near !tarke. friends here who wish them much noon. as guests of her
her Mrs.
visiting parents through mother Alice Thi/mas
by the choir. A large and appreciative the guests of Mr. Johnson's son Rev. L. 'A, DonneUy.'of Starke happiness and success In their
Christmas holidays.Mr. 'BROOKERMiss Mr and Mrs. B. F.
In attend filled his ,regular: appointmenthere were
t ) audience was Dan Johnson last Sunday. married ,life.
and Mrs. Uglow itgbt and transacting business 13 Gulnes-
ance. Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of Theressa visIted Saturday Sundayat : Vera Galney Correspondent vllle Thursday.
; Hiss Lorene Carter, of Tampa W. R. Swanbom Sunday afternoon. his mother. Mrs.' Josephine, the Baptist Ctaurc.b. Mr. and Mrs.:: Jeff Williams-: and ...
/ Is visiting relatives here duringthe Air. and Mrs. C. C. Sumner Sullivan last Sunday -. -. +r--+--.-- children 'Gainesville,. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson lrthdPlu'ty:

holidays. spent Sunday with her mother Mrs. W. H. Griffin who has beenin BOOTSEY'S BEACH Mrs. Angus Davis Mrs. Clifford and children Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Mrs. John Cone entertained Saturday .

"0' Prof. and Mrs. W. L. Beacon Mrs Lizzie Tyler. Bunnell several months is visiting .. .. Rhoden and Mr. Lester Allen of Russ. Mr., and Mrs. C. C. Melvin afternoon. Dec. 22, in hon
;4.- were visitors to .Jacksonville here this week. Mrs. Griffin Mm. I. .HMklni* C rr iinndrnt Waldo were the guests of Mr. and and children Mrs J. J. Morgan, or of her daughter, Ida Lee, who

:g. Thursday.Mr week. a was born and reared here and Varborg; ;:'Prevalt Mrs. W. R. Kersey Saturday.Mr. Mrs. S. M. Mott, Miss Vera Galn was eleven years of age this day.

Mr, and Mrs. F. 'R. Carradlne, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and chil- every body is dellghter 'over her A quiet but pretty event of last f>rd Mrs. Noon Bradley and ey and E. A. Gainey were transact Various games were played after
dren and Miss Authartne Blanch. Sunday: was the marriage of Miss and children of Jacksonville attended ing business in Starke Saturday. which punch and cake were served .
Mr. and Mrs. A. Harley visit.Mr.
:'(\. Christmas with friends In ard, of Lakeland, spent the holidays I I and Mrs. Oliver of South Geneva (Billie) Prevatt of Jacksonville the YarboroughPrevattwedding Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Knight, of the following guests:
pent here with relatives and Florida are visiting Mrs. Oliver's and A. J. Yarborough here Sunday. Jacksonville, were visiting friends I r Phyllis Hazen Lorraine Thomas
fi:" friends. father, W. T. Saxon. formerly of this place but who Miss Ruth Murrhee is spendingthe and relatives here Sunday., ;They Eva Fay Gainey, Edna Marlon Waters .
f.\\ Mrs. O. J. Phillips Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. F Moore of Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes are i I has been employed in Jacksonville holidays with her slater, Mrs. were accompanied home by Mrs. Myrtice and Marice Crosby,

if relatives In Miami this week. Winston Salem, N. C., spent the spending the holidays in Valdosla for the past several weeks. C. A. Moody of Belmore. Vera Allen and children.Mr. I'I Juanlta and Jeanette McCauley,

*. Mrs.. Calon Miler and children holidays .here with relatives' and Georgia, with their daughter Mrs I I The marriage ceremony was performed Mrs., C. A. Moody and baby and Mrs. W. D. Webb and and Douglas Hazen and Leslie
'4, of ,.Jacksonville are visiting relatives friends :Hattie Thomas. here at, thehome of the daughter Cloteil and Misses Doris children are spending a few'days Thomas.

w; here this week.

'\ Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rane of I "KEEPING UP WITH THE TONESES"-The Uniform Seems A Good Bet ---By POP MOMAND I

k, JackHonvllIa: are visiting here this

): week. L.OCKV FOR TN'6A1f5 / weft, MKTEY- aRe r
J.- Rev. and Mrs., E. D., Boyer, of TESSIB THAT VBRTHEY I ItSO bOMMA 301x1 ll WHAT OTHER /I WHAT 1-la's A OHYEAH?
Ocala, spent Christmas at the V 1't. NIAN NIC5 I"YWTtLI p-ta specie
eVeN'SUPec..T S "*+** ) seeTHE
I', ,home of their daughter Mrs. W FRIEND&KMOW COW'T EifdbW 4JPc TW or? -11-4. OTl iER r.1oae At3our
F. Moore. ABOUT RJV-" .. TFa1BMEI
Connie Darley of Ft. Screven. BACH OTHe -- NO- = CANDYGuYOTHER

: Ga., Is visiting here during the WANNA ee A -rr
holidays. 7 SOLDIER u
r .. J. C. Prevatt and O. J. Phillips OTHER MAM WHA1EATIK II
GAMES e tei.r' -
,J. ) were visitors to Jacksonville sJ DO
f. Saturday afternoon. o M I (

:i t. Mrs. James T. Moire and children r

,, of Plant City are spending D. '"

., the holidays here with relatives -

and friends.
'12 Mrs. Pearl Schuman and daugh J

'f' ter Gene, are spending, their va ( -
\ 'cation in Gainesville. CoNTL.lUa .
:i:, Paul Moore of Jacksonville spent J a ut..br irM A-ayt y...y w. ,
it the holidays here at the home of -v.r31rMf

,;' Ills parents. "

.; Rev and Mrs. James Lyle spent FAMILY NEXT DOOR Properly Classified I
/oil'' Christmas Day with friends at

.''I.' Baldwin. r .. .
Miss Marion of Jacksonville r OMTHT! Guomrc (o CHILOHOOOITV \ ., .' < ,.
\\if .. : 1bilti, '", I i6VwdRtdt: !, at.fa\
WAVrtrV. .
;' !' I. visiting friends here this FUN d SOWXEBODV Soriuow9 6EENdy'f "
<'0 READ TO VOUl HE VMUUKl \. MV PoRR1b6Ea ", .,. 8AY! WHA1 S TH' c '



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FR1D\Y, DECEMBER %8. 1884 .. .. BRADFORD cocjorv,, TELEGIt. \1'll,STAIIKK. FL.OUI<, .. .. PAGE TIinKK
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Aha! A New "Mailman" 1935-Delivering\'\;f J

New Year's Greetings!

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We thank you for your Loyal patronage GOOD LUCK \:,!
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during the past year and wish To You All '
you and yours tf!I,
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Bvst Wisbvs e I. '' t. .
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I ,. AND lots of it. In fact, we're 'sinCerely ,y s 1S 4

'- hoping every soul in this i '

# community gets a "better break"in ',
s' A 1 1935 one that will bing no
end of Happiness and Content
ment. i ,

To put it briefly:

Wearing'apparel for the entire family \ A HAPPY NEbWd
to ;

Next Door,,to the Post Officer

Starke, Fla. H. C. WALL J

fiF.NFHAI "I&\NF. '
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SAY '. but we're glad to meet you, sir. Quite a load you're totin'in
TIME LIGHTS A NEW CANDLETo that mailbag. What's all that mail? Beg Pardon. So that's it. .

Greetings for everybody in Bradford County. And who might theybe '

history it will be know'as 1935. from? Local tradesmen, eh? Sure, we'll be glad to pass them HAPPY '

And to you to whom we.extend this right on to our readers. Here you are, folks. to the left, right and

greeting we hope it will be remembered below. Mighty fine sentiments, expressed in eachwe'd say. sae NEW YEAR
as a year of sound Prosperityand And to all the kind thoughts of these Advertisers;allow us to add our K1 WIG

Gladness .'. a year of Joy. our own simple wish: HER E Etl1NOMY RULES C 1

\ May it bring you EVERY HOPED.FOR HAPPINESS! A A P Stores wish you a very Happy New Year

every blessing you \ and want.to thank you for the splendid patron,. '
l: have wished for. -
,. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH age you gave them during 1034. During 193S A
&: P Store. will offer the same high quality ex. +;

:' W.' L. WALLSTARKE cellent service and unusual opportunities to save, ,

thereby helping to make tho New Wear a prosperous '

ICE AND COLD STORAGE .!as well..a happy one for you. ,"',1*


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I .,'. ..,.g'. '. RING TIME TURNS ,
_ ANEW'YEAR: a "New Day" ring In the new ReHAPPY"ANDS' A PAGE. .: .'"

encouraging, member this, our New We Always Serve .
AND on that trrlth, new sheet
the futue .looks compared to a Year's wish to you: we trust will be written naught; ffSlj ,
year.ago. Things are. on the upward NEW 'YEAR but many happy notations THE BEST ICE COLD BEER

trend ..Happier Days lie in store for Joy Better In Luck abund and llstmt May you for a all dally be

all of us so.KEEP SMILING! ance yours to In you 1933. !and share Fortune of In flood 1995. In Town
Open All Night New Year's Eve

Quality .,. Service

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-:,); If Good Wishes AT THE
: A HAPPY GREETINGS 1854 Wa Good But. r
,, NEW YEAR Could Better Tlmm' Better Ritz Theatre '' '
" Here's Wishing W.II... leas I*Bet t'1'"
Luck Better "Every
., IS OUR SINCERE thing. that "rlM'| keep TO I .ter.. i. C 6
A 'New MAKE your hope* for 19S5become .MIDNIGHT
, Prosperous WISH Folk Smiling. And
.. realities .we'd be
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Contented FRIENDS
Year For You "winning" for you 24 hoar ,
Ir What We've SHOW
u day. At any rate, .
for Our Frlendi LAnd
And The. Rest Container and CUSTOMERS ; ,
.. II...'. hoping It .Is HART NEW 11:013 YEAR'S P..M.EVE wSf.y
'. Of Us the Happiest Year 1935 '
70"". ever known. FURNITURE
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TORODE ."'Fernaw"" + .r
Quigley "RED HEAD"t
Bottling Ca STORES !

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1 f=LORIDAr .....I if.lbl: Ji"t IM. 3M._ ,AhNNEm1ilI.P; ; More than SAFE seventy-five DRIVING per cent sure mechanizms that brakes rear, lights Vision, Steeds

I of all the automobiles traveling tires, horns, and windshield mirror

i 3ocicty'I .. on the roads today have some defect -I aro in first class \\'fper

i ." .' ,:" ,,.'' I.,.:',' ..,:..,.,.." t.' which increase the hazard of own life and those condl tlon. \ou
"" 'o' of .
.- : ........ '. ',,::::..;{ '..' driving.in a recent This survey.fact was established your family may depend memb on, (,

:If.f' 1.\;:\. Drivers, Inspect the safety factors of tbese'' little,things ,In on
Baptist Circle Miss Whitfield Mr. Moore s.,. .. the even
Enjoys ...... of your cars frequently. Be of an emergency. |
Christmas Party 'II Married Christmas Day rM AN ANIMAL .
Circle Three of the Woman's The marriage of Miss Liberty ,
Missionary Union of the Baptist Whitfield and Jerry W. More, was i KEMA/NS/N ONE SPOT I'
4'' Church, were entertained at a solemnized Christmas afternoon at = TilE REST Or ITSLPEeSPONGE Mrs Gertrude Godbey Kinlaw Florist
Christmas party last Thursday three o'clock at the home of the ,
evenIa g"at'the'' home of Mrs. C. A. bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chip <''lk FLOWERS
5 Knight, on Call Strpet.A Whitfield, on Clark Street. OCCASIONS

large beautifully decorated Elaborate Christmas decora- Dainty Corsages Baskets
tions, a color scheme of red aneS of Flowers
'Christmas tree the lawn of '
on green being effectively! carried put, sJw.y.v;; .*'- :': !..? Artistic Floral DesignsWe
this home was the center of attraction -v/.fc f
was used in the living and dining
and most
a enjoyable eveningwas '
of this home. TELEGRAPH
had. Mrs. E. L. Biggs havo an rooms I ,d.Y}4:1: ,w FLOWERS Anywhere, Any Tim
Interesting reading, entitled, "Ask Preceding the ceremony Miss M SWyrCr'YA;li ivwSLJfv.0..r? ,. Member florist Telegraph DeUvery Association
ing the Blessing." A pleasing feature Frances Hemingway sang "I Love + i dN"r ( M t J Nr A Guaranteed and Bonded Service >
of the the You Truly." The bride was at- .
evening was exchange -
of gifts.Refreshments.. tended by her sister, Miss June ; ''i' 311 CHURCH ST. PHONE No
Whitflel dand Mr. Moore had as Frx' "1', e -10
of sandwiches, >
'" his best man, his brothe -In-Iaw, FLORIDA
: cake and hot tea were served.
Ralph B. Alvarez. Rev. C. B
Price, of the First Baptist Church,,
Junior Music Club Meets
performed the ceremony, in the -

3, The Junior Music Club of Starke presence of a large assemblage of

.Wednesday afternoon, December relatives and friends. HAPPY
The bride wore a becoming model 1,
t 12, at the '
Presbyterian Manse. t7
of blue with which she nyx
i The members had a very enJoyable wore matching accessories.; 1,'1,',se F '''.,' sSt "9E, ;4crpPyr I

,;t:.., and time practicing singing Christmas in a rhythm carols freshments'A reception of punch was held and cake when were...,,:,,:, If'Y'R p'A'aw'MLHt, .,hl.. ", ,t'' Y"I i 1 +Il,..II p,,,.;bT,. ,ii'{, J''"' Ala.;, p NEW YEAR

served. The large three-tiered 41, ; t j i w +T I
: band. Mrs G. H. Lowry told avery r.Si'4'' rd"T:),, ussV 1; : TwaiN + Y
bride's cake, iced In white, on Thank you for your patronage
I'-* during
Interesting story of the origin which stood a miniature bride and : > >I.VVV/: ''. ,-, '-Sv t tstAN5lrtato the year that hall passed. And we
I v of the Silent Night. After Christmas groom, was cut and served to'the Sv"" fc<.. <<". .! ,, going to do are
V. i ni _- m everything humanly .
Ii the club will meet the first guests. *//0. '"- .. 3" -: I iYHERC ECONOMY RULES'll ble to merit your continued patronage pniml.I
\ and third Wednesdays of each Immediately after-the receptionthe -. ... :-. tsasssisssessM during 1939. ,
left ""' t
./ month. young couple on a honey
moon trip to points. on the East "
) N. T. Ritch, Reporter. Coast. GRANDMOTHER'S-FRESH Plain or Sliced
.ai. Relatives attending the wedding. U-Oz IS-0z. 21-0.
Cocktails, to
according an Eng
from out-of-town were:
lish expert, about BREAD 6c
are the worst Mrs. W. L. Whitfield Mr. and 8c lOc
I form In which alcohol can be ta- ,,true
.; Mrs. M. H. Lang, Miss Amy Moore GA/VAJU -, -' --_
i" and Mr and Mrs W. T. Shiver, all __ DIXIE CRYSTAL.Finest Granulated -

,,1 of Jacksonville. ..... A .eGL./C' OF ENGL.ISI-l' SUGAR 5 Moth
ken.RITZ Bag 25c
Female dogs have a finer sense OCCUPATION FLO IDA _.. ..
THEATRE of responsibility than do males, r co I -- .- -- -- .-- -- -
hence they are used as leaders of The picturesque NEW SM.YRNA, The SPONGE of commerce, found in IONA-Plain of Self-Rising -
STABKB FLORIDA dog terms in the far north. CANAL, constructed, by Dr. AndrewCTurnbull enormous quantities in Florida waters is 6-lb sk. 12-lb. sh. 24-lb. sk. "S-Ib. ek

,PROGRAMBEGINNING -BLUE: BUS SCHEDULES Florida' colonist of the -18th ., but the skeleton of an animal that has FLOUR 27c 47c 87c

FRIDAY Dally effective Sept. 1, 1934 century; offers ample evidence of one of adhered to the bottom of the 'sea. The $1.73MARY

1lC Northbound-4:18: a. m., 1:59: ..p. the most ambitious early colonization! living sponge has no resemblance to the _
FRIDAY DEC. 28TH m., 0:24: p.m., 9:19: p. m.'" projects ever attempted in America. Dr.'. sponge of the market. It is a solid, rather ANN"'IUgh'Quality., Unbolted

"Charlie Chan'. Southbound-2:18: a.rn.tj9:34: a. Turnbull, with some 1,500 people mostly fleshy body similar in appearance to
m., 12:19: p. m., 6:00: p. m; CORNMEAL 5 LLs. '
hT Courage" Tickets and information atSmith's ]Minorcans and Greeks that he had beef liver. It is traversed by numerous 12c
inauguratedhere chambers and ,
brought over from Europe connected with
Warner Oland Service Station, next to
i} ,
y, Also fling Crosby In courthouse. a vast farming project during the many inhalent' pores in its skin. 'Through FOR LUCK AND
r' Billboard Girl" English occupation. At first the colony these pores streams enter the canal sys- THE PROSPERITY NEW YEAR THROUGHOUT

-n S/\TURDAY'DEO.29TD flourished but oppression, dissatisfaction! tem, bringing with them minute particlesof SMOKED
.' "The Westerner"Tim I r and labor troubles beset the once' pros organic matter on which the sponge

If.;' J. WISHING YOU perous community and it ,was. finally feeds, and oxygen which it requires for HOG JOWL Lb. lOc

,x ;Also Coimnly McCoy and Chapter 8 I A HAPPY NEW YEAR bandoned.. .. ... ..__ *,, ..respiration." ...ja. -! X, 'ha ", '"
,"1 "Tho Wolf Dog" ;;J FINEST DRIED

:; ") V 8DN.-MON., DEC. 80-81 WE NOW HAVE U. D. C.. Will Meet Baptist W. M. U. Bach orettes Entertain. I BLACKEYEPEAS 2,!bs. 13c

"White Parade" SPECKLED PERCH WednesdayMrs. Divide Circles Friends At DanceA
; FRESH WATER TROUT +'r.wm.r i #:-rAt
[iLoretta Young John Boles ALL KINDS OF HALT 8. E. Brownlee and Mrs. J. a repent meeting of the Wo successful Christmas 'night IONA
,Ii Also News and Comedy WATER FISH.APALACHICOLA M, Brownlee will entertain the W. I man's Missionary Union of the dance was held in.the Woman's BLACK EYE PEAS 16-bz. can 5c
OYSTERS First Baptist Church, new leaders Club Tuesday, sponsored by the ,
MIDNITE SHOW NEW T. Weeks Chapter, U. D. C., Wed-
AND SHRIMP for the three cirIles Bachlorettes Club. Dancing began '
YEARS EVE, Ml43: P. M. nesday afternoon, Jan. 2d, at three were appointed IONA 3 No. 2 Cans ,
5 "REDHEAD" -AT- o'clock.1) All members cordially for the coming year. at 9:00: o'clock and lasted until CELERY .(Lg. stalk) lc
Circle One has for Its leader 12:30: o'clock. Invitations were
to be present.
Grace Bradley Bruce CabotTlJES.WED. urged Mrs. J. M. Brownlee; Circle Two sent to many Starke and also to Tomatoes '25c LETTUCE (Lg. Head M
THE MAGNOLIAFISH out-of-town friends of club mem-
.: ., JAN. 1 and :2 Slash pine trees In Georgia have I has the same leader. Mrs. L. O. bers. Fresh-Bunch
Powell and Mrs. W. B. Alexanderwill
"PURSUIT OF grown large enough for pulp-wood : lead Circle Three 'The'Bachlorettes wish to thankS. PINK (Tall Can) CARROTS 7'/2c

HAPPINESS"France MARKET< uses in ten years. The leaders drew names and below R. Johns, Priest's lOc Store, the
,ff Lmlerer! -Joan Bennet ,f has a i.* a list of members belonging Suwannee Store, the Tip Top Gro- Salmon lOc Fresh
,!i Chun. Rugglf*-Mary Boland The Burmese government to each circle cery and the A&P for donations of BEETS Bunch lOc
!j TUB OLD RELIABLE I' big problem in rhinoceros poach- Circle One Mrs. W. H. Perkins, candy'which were given to children -
: .;.. ing. Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Mrs. A. H. attending the free Christmas U. S. No. 1 Maine Irish
t.; .. .. Johns, Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mrs. W morning matinee- at the Ritz The- AAP Tiny Sifted No. 2 Can Potatoes 10 Ibs 12c
? a1 >" B>>********""**""* = A. Bessant, Sr., Mrs. Joe Edwards atre.

Mrs L. A. Reynolds, Mrs. W. T. PEAS 25c BANANAS 4 Ibs.
Tompklns. Mrs. Courtney, Mrs MR. SWEEZY DIES ,

S Geiger, Mrs. R. R. Hutchings, Mrs, for ________ 15c
E. E. Canova, Mrs. O. J. Grlffls, Word was received here' by
GROUNDGREEN Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. J. H. Pitts, friends last Friday,'announcing the Snnnyfleld 48-oz. Pkg. Fresh
Mm, W. N. Johnson, Mrs. Charles death of Mr. Frank A. Sweezy, a TOMATOES Lb. lOc
Overatreet, Mrs. Jack Jones Mrs. resident of Starke, who died Wednesday Oatmeal 17c
Q. P. Raymond Mrs. W. J. Epper night in Jamaica. Long Island Cooking-(York Imperial)
son, Mrs. Orle Wiggins, Mrs. Pate N. T., at the home of relatives 'APPLES Lb. 5c
GROUND''STORE Gaasett Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs. ,where he was enjoying a vis- (Medium Size)
J. E. Wilson, Mrs.'J. H. Lord. Mrs. It, trying to regain his health. Mrs. Blue Rove (fancy Whole Or.RICE5Lbs.23c. GRAPEFRUIT S for 5c
Sarah F. Momrictc. Miss Fannie Sweezy was visiting with relatives
OUR SPECIAL Lord Miss WUma Alexander. In South Carolina at the time of Delicious (Fancy Eating)
Circle Two Mrs. O. W. Alder- her husband's death and on ac APPLES Doz. SIc
86 We Deliver man Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Mrs. S. count of Illness was unable to go to
RICE 5 Lbs. 19c Telephone L. Peek, Mrs. Annie Richard, Long Island for the funeral.Mr. SULTANA SMOOTH RICH
Mrs. E. C.-Priest, Mrs. George B. and Mrs. Sweezy have been
Flynn Mrs. R. A. Newsom Mrs. I residents of Starke ,for several PEANUT BUTTER
BOILING Tomatfts2 No 2 15c Nat Williams, Mrs. J. L. SUcox. years, living on their farm about
cans Mrs. P. E. Canova Mrs. Dave Sil- two miles from town. They havea
cox, Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. L. Q. host of friends here who will regret Mb.Jar 15c 2-lb.Jar- 25cDEL
Psi'BACON Lb. 13c PENNY Hemingway, Mrs.' A. F. Murrhee, to learn of Mr. Sweezys
Mrs. W A.. Feeler, Mrs. Hardy death.

MATCHES 2Pkgs. 15c Williams, Mrs. T. A. Mersereau, \ MONTE ,
Mrs. Ralph Alvarez, Mrs A. E. ASPARAGUS TIPS 2 Picnic Cans 25c
LARD 2 Lbs 25c Wall Mrs. O, A. Andreu Mrs. H. H eilbronn'Springs .
Mrs. J. B. Mrs..A.
B. Alford, Sapp Miss Thelma Rhoden Cor. RED RIPE-FULL PACKTOMATOES .
(One can 'given away free with J. Griff. Mr G. H..Bennett Mrs. No. 1 Can 5c
Richard Q. Kldd, Mrs. J. H. Hund- Mrs Peart''Bryan and; daughters ,
?. SUGAR 5 Lbs. 23ceach can purchased) ley,..Mrs. J. C. Downing. Mrs. E. Evelyn and Leona are spending a WHITE HOUSE .
S. Tison Mrs. R, A. Thomas. while here with her father..W. C. EVAP. MILK 3 Tall Cans 17cI5c
Powder 12- z lOc Circle Three Mrs. Q.A Anderson Rhoden and family. ? .
Mrs P.M. Barefoot Mrs. R. J. Davis W. C.Rhoden, Jr..'of Gulf Ham- OLYMPIA. BRAND-Selected Soaked
Mrs. F, F. Flume.Mrs. E. M. mock Is visiting his father W C, PEAS 2 No. 2 Cans
4. Mackerel 3 tall 25c I Thomas, Mrs. F." O. Hemingway, Rhoden this week.
cans BANANAS 4 Lbs. 15c Mrs. F. O. Peterson Mrs. R. L. Mt. and Mr. C.' Melvin of FANCY MIXED
Kemp. Mrs. E. F. Johns Mrs. Brooker, Mr. and M.-U. M. Rhoden LIMA BEANS No.,2 Can lOc
Paul Canova Jr., Mrs. J. D. Goodman and family Mr. and Mrs. Littleton
6''J, 12-LBS. 24-LBS' Mrs. Lloyd Green. Mrs. L. A. Kite,Mrs.,Ella Kite and son, Albert MELLO-WHEAT" Pkg. 15c
+ FLOUR HI-MIXO SELF-RISING Canova Mrs. E: W. Hayes, Mrs. were dinner guest of Mr.

T.M.Hutchlngs Mrs B Kite, Mrs.B. and Mrs. Frank Robinson, Christmas O. K. SOAP 5 Bars lOc
23c 43c 83c Johns, Mrs. C B. Price, Mrs. S. Day. -
O. Lewis Mrs. L. W. Klckllter... MIA Thelma Rhoden and Dock CAMAY SOAP 3 Bars I4cZyt
Mrs. C. Gorman. Mrs. J. L. Simi Warren,of Starke, were visitors to
'i BUTTER Lb. 33c PURITAN SLICEDt mons. Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., Mrs.E. Morriston Sunday. SULTANA-.DeUrloaa, Broken Slices X Large'No., Can

!. D. Card Mr*. Roy Edwards, .---
Breakfast Bacon Lb. 32c Mrs. W. E Perkins, Mrs D. C. BARR TO JACKSONVILLE EIGHT O'CLOCK-Mild., Mellow, Pore Santo

Kinlawv Mrs.. Al A., Durden. Mrs.
SMOKED M. LOelger. Mrs. W. M. Edwards, The Rev..T.. L. Z. Barr former COFFEEPer PounH 19c

RIB .. ,. ; Mrs. C A. Knight. and Miss Lois pastor here who of the ha been Methodist located Church at Tit-

SAUSAGE 2 Lbs. 25c '25c Edwards. lavtlle for the past several year,I PINEAPPLE .35c '
BEEESTEW.3tbs. CARD OF THANKS las been transferred to the Main ,
Street Methodist Church In Jacksonville -
MIXED' W. wish to thank the people of It was announced last IONA-Delicious. Rich
FANCY Starke who freely gave for the week '

; GROUND k1EAT lb. lOc BEEFLIVER 9c given twenty-one to the baskets needy of which the community were- On the Island .of' the Evangelists rnCOAl-fccanlOc:2-R.can19c: ]

off the western' coast of South
I I Mrs. Hardy Williams. America, It rain 317 day in a TilE GREAT. ATLANTIC.. &: PACIFIC.TEA, "COMPANYrAGE
Chairman. year. -

siky'i'M gr l'tiAd A'ki ,4cMs1 bntpe'y5 ary"Y..l 'A7'dl.r FF i ; v v a/. tA, s .,

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Mr. and--Mrs.- -.Sidney. -. ,.Strickland-- -- .- -- -" -- -,-STARKE.-- ,-<- ,..FLORIDA__.. _._ _, .,_un, .. __ ...._. ... ,..-- .- .. ..-_. .', ,.. .- ,PA OK___! _PlVfll__ ,:'. '

of Ocala Mr. and Mrs, R. O. Daniel, and their home from a visit In Cocoa ---- ---- --
spent Christmas Day Germany loads the
[ SEZ world In
here with Mr. Strickland's pa- NAT : (a f son, Russell, and Mrs. Josephine with, Mrs. C. R. Ensey, Sr. I the production of synthetic cam-:

Bits of rents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Strlck- Edwards, of Sarasota, spent Puor; followed by Italy and"France.;

land. HERE'S Christmas here with Mr. and Mrs I Miss Aline .
HOMING THAT 1935 I secretary to Mimic was oevmeu by the gods
J. W. Edwards and family at their Congressman R. A. Green at his to hue the nun-goddess. from a
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beasloy and WILL BRING TO YOU JOY AND 1 retlllenca.olhenl':\ St. Washington office, who Is spend cave whore she had retired, according -
Local NeS little son, of Gainesville, spent .. to Japanese
Christmas here with Mrs. Beasley'g HAPPINESS, PROSPERITY. AND I -- ing the holidays at her home in .. legend.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Man- GOOD HEAtTIt Mrs. Charles R. Ensey Jr., and Macclenny, was a visitor here Fri- There are more w than 6,123,000:
$ babY' of Atlanta
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND ning. GIwere In day afternoon radio sets in operation In Englandand k
Statue:Saturday visiting Mr. and Mrs.\ J. W.
Morgan, enroute to Wales.

I Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall, and I
children, of Jacksonville, spent I have very may much not ... DAYS -- By DWIG
Christmas here with Mrs.
&.- U. S. currency n, s
parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. M.
Miss Ethel ,Moor was visiting Mrs. W.M. Wimberly and daughter varez. but If you are

In Jacksonville last week., Freddy, spent Christmas in healthy you are
Highland with Mrs. H. C. Wim- richer than old .
berly. Mrs. L. M. DeSha and little John D. him ,rsett
Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly, of High- daughter, Marjorie, of Wildwood, j jI "t1
visitor Monday.
IaIId, was a are guests this week of Mrs. DeSha's
Mrs. W. S. Gibson Sr.. of Red
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. take this
N C. lLI oppor-
; Springs spent Christmas
and Mrs: J. M. Mott, of Struth. I tunity of thank-
Mr '
here with Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick -
Brooker, were visitors here Monday Ing my friends

I :. Mr. and Mrs J. J.. Canova and and customers f
__ little I'for their patronage
son, John, of Gainesville,
T T. Blackburn, of Lawtey, was Mr. and Mrs. J. Hamilton Ritch, spent Christmas Day here with during the past year and
attending to business here Saturday of Gainesville, were guests Mon- Mr. Canova's mother, Mrs. ,E. E. sincerely!' hope..Uiat my business' ,
[ day Ritch.evening of Mr. and biro J. H Canova, [" methods will.alwfcys! appeal:to you.Itesolutiona .

1>lr. and Mrs. J 14. Douglass, of .r
visitors here Satur- Mrs E. R. Marshburn and children ,.. Fy1w l.7 ,
Brooker, were Guy Andrews, of News River, \ !:N L
of Marlanna.' have been holIday for ,1033-
day. was in Starke during the week-
guests of Mrs. Marahburn'sparents
end visiting Mr_ and Mrs. W. H. I'm going to try and be
: Joe Edwards; Jr., and Jharle Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Al- a good
I Fender are .spending this Reek in Green. derman.Mr. boy, at least I'll be" careful. i Y n

Miami. '. ,'
s Miss Beatrice Bullen has returned : and Mrs. J. O. Dekle, and I'm going to sell'the beat goods "" .' j
: Wallie Crews, of Brooker was from a visit In Daytona Beach children, J O. Jr., Dorothy Nelle for the least Vr"i
attending to. business here Wednesday with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. and Betty of Gainesville were

J. Bullen Christmas guest of Meg;; ,tarah F.
Hamrick. will treat my customers just
H. Futch of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. U .,.A,. k
i Proto and Mrs. L. White of i. as square as I always have. r a
Hampton, were visitors here Fernandina, spent Christmas here i
Monday with Mrs. White's mother, Mrs. Celia Mr. and Mrs R. L. Epperson and
I. Manassa.Dr. children, of St. Petersburg, were I'm going to try and sell ev- \F
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews el holiday guests of Mr. Epperson's erybody that I can at least one '.
Lake Butler, were visitors here Sammy Sternberg of Day- parents Sheriff and Mrs. W. J. pair of Peter's Shoes.That.s 1 r" I

Monday\ ,, tone Beach, spent Christmas herewith Epperson.Mr. \\ ,.. ,% w 9
his parents, Mr. add Mrs. -- '
all I can think of \ I I I
Nat and Mrs. Lee McDonald, of right 'r ; v r
; Mrs. II. D. Abernathy, of Graham Sternberg. now Good luck J k
was a visitor here Monday Jacksonville, spent Christmas here
: afternoon Mrs. Eva Looney Thornton; of with Mrs. McDonald's brother and 11 e1

Atlanta, Ga., spent Christmas In sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe c'E 1
Miss Pearl Manning la spending Starke with her sister, :Mrs! Sarah E. Wilson?'N''''" -NAT STERNBERGSTERNBERG'S _.z ', -V' '
eeveral weeks In New York City F.' Hamrick.
with friends. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Bowers and
1 '
Dr. and Mrs. H.. B, McLendonare two children, of Rockhlll, S. C., are A 5rr
Mrs. A. F. Sauls and Mrs Harvey enjoying a visit in Mariannawith spending the holidays here with

tfadrlx were visitors to .Jacksonville Dr. McLendon's mother, Mrs Mr. Bower's parents, Mr. and Mrs. _
Saturday. T. R. McLendon., J. D. Bowers. i
I - Starke Florida Sov fl !*:toobdtk too .

Miss Lula Redgrave Is spendingthe Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Wall I Mrs. Hulda Corpening and-I..--- -----..-..-------- -- "--- ... .. -
holidays with relatives In spent Christmas In St. Petersburgwith 'daughter L'Etta, were in Hugh --- --------- : ,

Petersburg, Va. Mrs. Wall's parents, Mr. and Monday and Tuesday visiting Mrs.
Mrs., C. T., Dutton.T Corpening's parents, Mr. and Mrs.T. V

Mr. and Mrs.W. T. McEver andW. A,, Brinson
McEver, of Graham, were visi- D. Rickenbacker, who Is located -
tors here Saturday.Mr. at :XIarianna for several Mr. and Mrs. George W. Marks,
weeks spent the holidays here with and little daughter Marjorle Sue, N,
and Mrs. J. A. C. Bogart, Mrs. Rickenbacker. of DeLand spent Christmas here
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of Tampa, 'were visitors here with Mrs.' Marks' parents, Mr. and
Monday afternoon.- Miss' May Peek, of Jacksonville, Mrs. A. M. Darby.
Is spending the week here with I

Ifr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Mar- Judge an4 Mrs.. E. K. Perryman Mr. and Mrs. Warren E.. Per- .
wick, of'ReystoneeIight; $'!, were. end o.tbe relative | -_ !.ins and little son, spent Sunday In s .i-1r7it :':
visitors here with Mrs. Perkins' brother '
[ Friday. Hastings '
r Mr.. and Mrs. N. T. Green and and sister-in-law, Mr. and :r We Carry the Following in Stock
The Committee on Temperance children, spent Christmas at Highland Mrs. E. R. Poppell. ," :
[ meet Friday, 3:80: p. m. with Mrs. '! with Mrs.: Green's mother, .
\\. W, Anderson. Mrs. H. C. Wilberly. Dr. and Mrs. S. P, Vandlviere I
and son of Burns, Miss, and Miss : '

Mrs. Fred 'Carr, of Keystone Mrs. Harvey Madrix and two Louise Marshburn, of Jacksonville, ;, ,," ,, t ;,'. j Warranty Deeds. .r. 1
I Heights,.was a visitor here Wednesday children, have returned to their were Christmas guests of Mr and ","ff A\,;. '' "
I home in Ft. Lauderdale after a ,fc : "
afternoon.Col. Mrs. G. W Alderman.Mr. *
l' 3: .i.. ; o"\ ''' '''' '
several weeks visit here. ;" i'::?: ;... Bills of Sale.lU! : '.'. ,1: ,. .; 'oih."t1'

.. Joe Hill Williams," of Lake and Mrs. L. W. Halbrook, ,'. ': 4 '. ., : '
Butler, was a professional visitor Billy Graham, of Raleigh, North and little son of Lake City, spent ;h iI; J

here Friday afternoon. Carolina Is spending the holidays Mr. Christmas Day in Starke with :;:::M:,:" -.ji \ MortgagesMortgage r I;

here with his grandparents! Mrs Halbrook's parents, Mr. and ; .
< Mr. 'and Mrs. J. G.,. Godwin and and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Mrs. W. L. Andrews. i't.'
of the State Farm, were in : ; ,
ions, 5 *,,;: Deeds.. :
f ; \ C*' ;
Starke Monday afternoon. Mrs..P. M.: Barefoot and daughters Mi, and Mrs. F. A. Scott have '. ..' l < '4 ,, 1. 't" :',.: .i-. I
. Juanita and Sara, spent last gone to Ormond, where they will .... 1}" 1'-.>'M'''.' .... 'J'I .
Dr. S. P; Vandlviere left Tues- Wednesday In Brooker visiting visit through New Years Day with I ,
day evening for New York City, Mr.\ and Mrs. R.. T. Osteen. their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. : 'i>":;; //t,;;: : f: i'; Agreements "for Deed 1. .1 f rTurpentine

where he will spend a week. and Mrs. S: C. Carnell. : ." ""':;"J',' :. \
i .
Mr and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent -- t-r .. ., 'I.> .

Miss Gertrude Tevis, of Lake Monday and Tuesday in Fernan- Mrs. W. H. Perkins and daughter ., !;...{..o...!.f 'ff J:" i't;: Leases. '. i 1. ,.' '. ,
City, is spending this week visiting dlna with his mother, Mrs. Mary Miss Eunice, are spending the e'.reM 'R: W'.M'' f' ,''If" ', .I
\ Mr. and Mrs. J. G.'Lynn.. Davis and other relatives. holidays In Lakeland with Mrs. ; J"i'\ : ;" '*: :7,1 Land ,." ,'3'\d",....,. fCz:2 ..
ContractsPlain ,
and ,
Perkins'son-in-law daughter
I ,
? "'' .,' it : '. ..
.". Mrs. W. H. No man, of Sebring, Miss Dorothy Wallace of Bra- Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Trask. f' :, < .
. denton, is the guest this week of -- ," .' 'I' .
spent Christmas in Starke with her
mother, Mrs. S. F.. Hamrick. j I Mrs. T. D. Rickenbacker at her Mrs. O. J. Griffin and Owen W. ; .: : : Notes \. '}S" : ,

home on. Madison Street. Griffin, of St. Augustine, spent .
Miss Beatrice Cady, of Jack-': I Christmas in Starke with Mrs. ., i 1
OQvllle, spent Christmas here with Mr.' and Mrs. A. G. Ludwig of Griffin's son-in-law and daughter, RetainTitleNotes f' y

her mother, Mrs.F. B. Cady. Hernando, spent Christmas: Day" Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs. ,: ." ,
with Mrs. Ludwl 's parents, Mr. ..., .. '
.Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Poppell, and and Mrs. A. S. Strickland. Miss Inez Frlnk, ;student at the I' ;. ( ; :'

family, of Hastings, are guests of State College for Women, Tallahassee '
Ur and Mrs. Warren E. Perkins: I IGENT Billy Parker, of the U. S. Navyat Is spending her Christmas Also the Following 'Signs: : '
Portsmouth, Va., Is spending vacation here with her parents, I ,. "j ?j :} .
the holidays here with his mother Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Frink. ;

A Mrs. T. D. Rickenbacker. : t I. i::
[ WORD Mrs. J. O. Turner and son and ': For Rent : ,, ,
' Mrs. Willie S. GibBon, Jr., and daughter, Hutson and Betty'Ann. : .. 'Sign s.Closing < .\ I

COLUMN little son, of St. Petersburg, spent left this week for Ft. Myers to Join ,JIr.I ; '. T:. ,".,' 1 .., ': '; .
1 here witH ber'parents. and Miss Dorothy Turner \\l' ,.
Christmas Mr. Turner '" ": '" '
;,. STEADY WORK GOOD PAY Mr and Mrs. T, N. Kendrick. where they will reside.. / :' .4 : SignsNo t-.fi,:" ., :
I "
, call on farmers 'No experienceor Mr. George C. White and Edwin Smith hat gone to.Tallahassee :, ji! : '' :

capital needed. Write today. daughter Frances are spending a to Join hl3 parents, where Trespassing Signs; ; .
. McNES3: CO., Dept. B, Freeport, week here with Mrs. J. W. White they will reside after a two weeks ,, f> ,.
Illinois and Mrs. ,G. W. Alderman.Mrs. visit here with his brother-in-law ''t' '," .'+,.' :

. and sister, Mr, and Mrs. J- P. Warred "
tOO CALLING CARDS, any size, .-H. J. Sewell and daughters, And Office Supplies: : .
for ; ;
Got $1.60 for 100. Mono- Sara and Betty Jo, of Gainesville, ,.
Crammed stationery 100 sheets Wednesday visitIng J. L. Frazee, Jr., and 'r .. '
and 100 Bradford were In Starke Mrs. .rtl ifti ) h'' ,j'. -' h ,
envelopes, 92.79.
Mr. and Mrs. Graham Causey. daughter, Lora Miller, of Thom-
County Telegraph:Phone 29. tf. i s qr
aston, Georgia, are spending Carbon ; "'
I I BUY old coins, old gold silver Mr. and Mrs. Paul Canova and I holidays here with Mrs. J, L. Fra- PaperTypewriter : :

"' and watches. Coin book,, 15:., son Paul in, spent Christmas see, Sr., at her home on Walnut
t,w>v't. license. William Barker. Day In Ocala with Mrs. Canova's I Street : : ;
'Box 414 Daytona 'Beach.'Florida,: parents, Mr..and Mrs. B. F. Flow-, (
'J ers. I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gill and Mrs.
, OFFICE Gill's little son.. Jackie Joe Mur- : i
w ribbons, machine ribbons I McDowell, I N. C. are spending Vi i I Rubber
adding Rev. and Mrs. E. A. den. of Raleigh, \ |
carbon paper, ,typewriter; paper of Lake Butler, spent Christmashere several days here with Mrs. '.* W' '
adding machine paper., second with their son-in-law and GUI's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. r \. '
Meets on sale at the Bradford daughter, Mr and Mrs. 0. J. Grlffls. Alvarez.Mr. $,
countyTelegraph'! office. Phone i 29"S:
za. tf. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan bad I

!LAN Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bryant, Jr., as their guest Christmas Day, Bradford County
WANT r) for Rawlelgh
brother-in-law and
Christ- Mrs Morgan's
Route of Good andbaby, of Cocoa,, spent
800 families.
profits for mas In Starke with Mr. Bryant's sister. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Peelerof I '
J bust n. We train and
E1. and Walter Will
Pyou. Writ' today. Rawlelgh parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, Bry-- of Tampa.Jacksonville, I
_Dept. FAL-,:5-SA2. Memphis.OR -

-'WIUI. .It- Mr. and Mrs. t* 71'. Dlnklns and Mr. and Mrl!. G.,C. White. O. W. Phone

1 8.\1.E-1' -!-mona Genuine little: .daughter,. Jo Ann and Mr. White, Misses Dorothy and Carol J '
: Maryland Miss! nary< StrawberPlants. and Mrs. C. Dinkins, of Lawtey White and little Frances White
" ; Sljso .T thousand at pent Christmas Day In Starke were guests Sunday of Rev. and
rtjeberrjr-: Thurmond. .Farm. I with Mrs. U F. DInkins' parents, Mrs Laurie G. Ray and family, at III
J eb.r, .."Aab"y' I Mr. and Mrs."O.'A. Andreu. Feroafidliuu ,

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Hints To Housewives TALLAHASSEE-Tom Terry'sdesire TALLAHASSEE A Th''c.D,1Y
to return to his native Ire- Motor Vehicle State
1 -Pi land and the "willingness" of the said Florida's 1935 Commission barn
I from Home Demonstration automobile
FARMERS SECTION Tallahassee : LIVE STATE NEWS Federal Department of Labor to are selling at the rate of 1,000gy
SpecUlUU, deport him, brought him a parole day since the new Hccafles
/ from the Florida State prison. Ter offered on December 1. e'er,
Conducted by Demonstration! Agents PORK IN PREFERRED WAYS --Nefra .f-Fiorida In Short Paragraphsr ry was sentenced to five years Im- slon rcords showed the total Comm; .
Pork makes up nearly half of I prisonment October 11, 1933, for celpt from sale of tag < r..
I the. meat eaten in the United ., ..-., e breaking and entering *ln Dade first twelve days of this during] the

States. Although most, of theDork'reache. .. .. County ,He entered the prison at were $1158,778.33. as -- --- -- -- I -- Raiford few With
the consumer aa cured I, -- a days later. $06,783.94 for the

SAYS SCREW WORM FLY ham,. shoulder, bacon, and oth DEMOCRATS TO MEET VICTIM HAD,CASH period. last year. corresponding
RURAL IS NOT SO ACTIVE NOW er preserved products modern re TALLAHASSEE/!-Florida Young LAKE WALES .Authorities said GASOLINE TERTINGTALLAHASSEEThe .-
to BUT STILL PREVALENT frlgeratlng methods make possiblean Democrats win- meet In Tampa they felt certain a man killed In Depart- LEVV FOR
COMMON SENSE GAINESVILLE-While It is unwise abundant supply of 'the fresh ment of Agriculture announced It CREDITORS
February la and 16, to elect officer i an automobile accident near here SEEKING-The
'I to assume that the screw meat stall, seasons. and discuss proposals Which recently was John H. Austin, of would put into service,soon a sec- dinance for Sebring new budget or.
By SPUDS JOHNSON worm fly la entirely dormant at Success la Cooking they will. sponsor, In the next Leg- Boston and that the $7,000 in cash ond travelling laboratory for test- 000 mill levy, tho highest requires a 2.-
Hamlln L. Brown of Success In pork cut Ing gasoline. There are about 10- In the
any season, preparing islature.. found on his body was part of the State and property
WISE; FARMERS FOLLOW the State Agricultural Extension depends on regulating the heat so .i.' $7,500 Austin was charged with 000 filling stations In the State, obliged to double their owners will be
"SLOW BUT SURE" PLANIN Service believes that during the aa to cook the meat well done to CUT GRADE CRUSSINO taking from the Boston wholesale the department said, and the one valuation. The act was pror>ert '
TRYING NEW CROPS present period of colder weather, the center of the piece! and at the 'TALLAHASSEE! ,The State liquor firm of which he was comp- travelling laboratory now used re- ter Federal and State passed af.
An old-time proverb "Be not the when the pest Is less active, is a, same time to''' keep the outside. Rad Department today announcedIt troller. quires a year to make a tour of the dered the City to provide Courts or.
first to adopt the new nor the last good time for Florida livestock men from becoming hard and dry. Mod- had recommended to the Federal a-- State and conduct the gasoline S400.000 for Judgment approximately _
j to discard the old," aptly describes to perform their branding, dehorning erate coking temperature la beat Bureau of Public: Roads the STREAMLINE BUSESJACKSONVILLE tests. creditors. The municipal for
the practice of the wisest farmers castrating and other opera. after the surface has been searedto elimination of thirty railroad grade Officials of I ment went a step further govern
in respect to crops with which they tions which might make the animals develop rich' flavor. IVJa neither crossing In Florida, at an esti the Florida Motor Lines announcedthe LOANS TO COLD VICTIMS for an additional S90000O provided -
.have had no experience. Trying liable to screw worm Infes- necessary nor desirable to add mated coat of $3,600,000 In' Federal I arlrval of ten new streamline :MIAMI-Branch offices of the : for non-litigating bondholders
1 out the new Introductions on a limited tation. Coistant vigilance and pre water to pork during cooking. funds Ji Pullman motor coaches In Florida Federal Emeregency Crop Loan I _.
scale they have found much ventlve measures should be adopted Hams, shoulders, and loins :have e this week. These buses will be Corporation opened at the Dade CAMPAIGN BEING
better than the planting of them however.He sufficient fat on the outside to MARY y.CJITSVlSIT put into Immediate service on the and and Palm Beach County post- TALLAHASSEE-With WVGEO
'I in a large way. suggests also tha cattlemenpay baste the lean meat and so do not FORT LAUIERDALEThe East!; Coast division Iq an effort to offices this week to lend to farm- still four the legislature -

Crops not previously grown that especial attention to their cat. dry out when roasted fat aide'upat largest numb' bf- ,yachts ever relieve the"congestion-caused .by ers, who suffered crop losses in the aggressive campaign months being away the
are credited with the, capacity for tie at this season, when grubs of: moderate temperature in open docked here at this time pf the the heaviest bus travel in the company's recent cold wave- The loans are for the Important waged
the warble called"wolvea" pans without added water. limited to for' farmers who of
fly, commonly $150
returning big profits really are year are ttedupat the municipaldocks history. speaker of the 1935 house of
no novelty In the agriculture of are emerging from the!! Stuffed Rib Chops on' New River, City Dock- M o have not previously borrowed from "is attracting representatlvea -.
r this country. In Florida, particularly backs of the cows. These grubs You will need: 6 rib pork chops, master Garten reports. There are. CAMPBELL TO RACE the Federal Corporation, and $79 tention than In many more at.
: they have been exploited' always leave openings in the skin 1 1.2 Inches thick; 1 cup fine dry twenty-six in aU.MANUFACTURER. DAYTONA BEACH-Plans are for those' who have.EXPENSIVE. I three candidates are W years, B The
I frequently and In great number.A I of the cows and if screw worm bread crumbs,.1-4 cup chopped celery 1 being' crystallized for one of the I of Jefferson County Dwight Blahm W,
few of the many were found to I flies are active at all they are apt 1 tablespoon butter 1 table- DIESST.PETERSBURGThomasA major sport events of the Florida BEANS 'Rogers of Broward County, father
I be actually worthwhile; many fell : to lay eggs in these openings unless spoon minced onion, 1 tablespoon winter season.. Sir Malcolm Camp- POMPANO-Beans were bring- of the Homestead Exemption
far below anticipations. the openings are coated with chopped parsley, 1-" teaspoon salt, Watson, who manufactured the bell will arrive in New York Feb ing $5.25 per hamper here after a Amendment,'and W. McL. Christieof
Introductions sponsored by agencies pine tar.: Dally'observation and 1-8 teaspoon savory seasoning, first telephone and heard the first ruary 5, bringing with him six me- cold wave destroyed crops and sent Jacksonville
treatment of the animals III rec. dash of pepper, 1-8 teaspoon celery A prices to the highest level in six
such aa the State Agricultural voice over Its wires, Is dead. chanics and his ,improved Blue .
; Experiment Station have been of ommended.Mr. seed, and 3 tart red apples., heart attack ,was fatal in his Bird wth which he will attempt to years. Four carloads of beans, TO AUDIT
: major value These were not recommended Brown says that history of For the stuffing cook the celery, eighthleth year;'Watson came here lower his own' amazing speed record owned by farmers who picked TALLAHASSEE The
,: for general utilization this pest in Texas and Mexico, onion, and parsley in the butter from Boston three weeks ago. He I on the world famed Daytona them before the freeze, sold for cabinet has ordered slate
H. however until after exacting and where It has been present for for a few minutes, add the bread bad been a winter resident since Beach.speedway $4,000 each. The price, which was affair of the Belle an Glade audit of the
exhaustive tests. Vetch, velvet years, shows that It is not entirely crumbs' and seasonings, and stir 1918. I ninety cents a hamper last Saturday Prison
Farm in Palm Beach
beans, tung trees, sundry grasses, dormant at any season of the year. until well mixed. Wipe the chops ....n ___ SKYSCRAPER FOR MIAMI is expected to go even higher, for virtual County, and
; crotalaria Cayana ten sugarcane While the____ recent cold__ weather u _____n _in__ with a damp- cloth. Cut a -Docket INVITE:'PROTESTS MIAMI-Concrete evidence of but the vegetables Is scarce. I called there until suspension the audit of operations -
;, and Austrian peas are excellent Florida has checked the, pest, It In each chop. Sprinkle the chops TALLAHASSEE: Th estate Florida's returning prosperity Is completed. The action Is
+ varieties Florida farmers acquired has by'no means eliminated It, with salt and pepper and rub light. cabinet, object, bf shafts of criti- demonstrated with the announce FREE MAN AGAINTALLAHASSEE discussion, in which came In a
of and Ilvestocknfen should be pre ly with flour. Sear the shops; In a -He killed his Nathan -
i examples the new crops or new cism from the medical professionabout ment by a firm of Jacksonville architects commission of
through the aid of Institutions they pared to combat it at all times. .' heavy, hot skillet, turning the fat appointment of a layman as that a two million dollar wife; was condemned to electrocution Mayo and,.head of the agriculture division -
support. The screw worm fly which has edges down at first and then superintendent of the State Hospital skyscraper will beferected: in MIami ; sat ten minutes in the death said sick prison -
"I'm of the! whole
Scores if not hundreds of other ravaged livestock In Florida during browning both sides. Then fill each for the Insane today invited Dr by the Florida National Bank chair while officials failed'to agree the it's
promising fruits, grains, foragesand the past season is one which chop with stuffing and skewer the Homer L. Pearson of :Miami, pres- Building Corporation, a subsidiaryof who should,throw the switch; received thing." way .being operated.
vegetables, investigated at the lay eggs on live flesh, and these edges together, with toothpicks.Lay dent of the Florida Medical Association the DuPont interest, controlledby a life term after time for bill .
'Experiment Stations, have failedto eggs hatch Into grubs which bore the stuffed chops on a rack to come here Jan., 2" and Alfred I. duPont, chairman of legal execution expired; served
disclose permanent merits under into the flesh, often killing the animals. In a baking dish.or pan with cov- present the association's protests. the board of the Florida National nine'' years as a model prisoner; DIVES THROUGH DOOR
typical Florida conditions. The er. On the top of each place, cut e> Bank. saved a woman's life-and now he TAMPA-Some Tampan was in
information available Is a safe The complete sealing: of all fresh side down, one-half of an apple FISH EASILY CAUGHT is to be a free man. He Is Jim such a hurry to get into the Tam
guard against needless outlay, and wounds with pine tar, easily ac- which has been cored but not par FLAGLER BEACH-Fish, stun HUNTER L&SES HAND Williams,' Putnam County negro. pa Post Office to mall his Christ
far-sighted farmers make it a rule complished in cool weather, pre ed. Cover closely and bake in a i ned by the cold have been pickedout LAKELANDErnest Stringerof The state pardon board yesterdaygave mas packages that he went
to write for advice based thereon vents the fly from laying Its eggs moderate oven ((350 degrees to of the waters of the canal at Lakeland,"lost his left hand as him a conditional pardon for through the door without even
t before taking up an apparently and thus infesting cattle or other 375 degrees F.), for about 45 minutes Flagler Beach by the hundreds. the result of the accidental discharge Christmas and he Is to be liberated stopping to open It, Postmaster
b. new product. animals. Infested wounds are ,or until the meat Is tender Rising to the surface of the water, of his shotgun yesterday. from Raiford State Prison as Wall disclosed last week. Accord-
In numerous cages: as with tung treated with benzol. I Lift the chops and apples together with ,but little life In them, they The shot tore into his hand and also soon as the 'necessary papers are Ing to witnesses the man clashed
trees, the experimental work disclosed I from the baking dish onto a hot were scooped up by men In boatsor inflicted flesh wounds In his received. through the center door, which hasa
that the crops under observation ABOUT OUR PRESIDENTSSome platter and remove the toothpick by nets thrown from the shore. shoulder. The hand was amputated -. glass one-fourth of an inch thick
were well-adapted to certain Interesting personal facts skewers. Garnish with parsleyand Some of the trout brought in Just above the'wrist at a local SCHOOL REVENUE and landed on the floor. Appar-
portions of the state but farr about our presidents: serve at once. weighed three pounds and more. hospital. ,Mr. Stringer had been MIAMI-H. H. Filer, president ently unhurt he got up, picked the
less likely to succeed on the soils Washington was born on a Fri -- ,umtlng and the accident.occurrednear : of the Florida Education Association I packages frpm the floor, changed
founds elsewhere. When considerable day, and died in the'' last hour of DEATH CELL RECORD TURNED BACK Highland City I and a potential candidate for I Ii his mind about mailing them and
acreages are put out in the the last day of the week in the I RAIFORD-Death cells of the TALLAHASSEE-Chief Traffic i superintendent of public Instruction -: rushed out.,
territory Indicated as unsuitable, last month of the. last year of the Florida State Prison at Raifordnow Inspector H. ''A.,"Shurman of the Z4TH DAY FASTINGJACKSONVILLEB. : In 1936, does not consider I ,W.rre .r. n. i
'the results of course have been dis century. hold ten persons awaiting axed State Road Department said his 'K, Cox, that liquor will provide a satisfactory i ENDORSE SALES TAX
I ,appointing. Adams and Jefferson died on the cution. The number la a record. men had turned back approximate. 43, secretary and treasurer of a source of revenue for schools CORAL GABLES-The Florida
Farmers in Florida. as every same day July 4, 1826. Court procedure of various kindsIs I y fifty hitch hikers at the state. Jacksonville organization continued Basing his statement- un the per League of Municipalities in sessionat
.' where would benefit from uses of Van Buren was the first presi- pending in some of the cases, line since Governor Sholtz a week to fast in the county Jail at capita consumption of liquor tn the the Miami 'Blltmore Hotel last
t, the land giving them expanded dent not born a British subject while in others only a death warrant ago advised jobless transients to Whlteville, N. C.. In protest against United States, which Is.one gal week, endorsed an all Inclusive
,!i,. profits from their operations. They Taylor being a regular army signed by Governor Dave stay out of the'state. Traffic in- : conviction of violating the lon of liquor a year for every state sales tax to replace revenue
j1'' can therefore hardly afford an attitude officer, never voted prior to his Sholtz la necessary to send the pectlon stations have been placedat North Carolina Insurance laws. three persons, Mr. Filer -pointed lost through adoption the homestead -
:'i f except that of open-minded- election as president.John men to the electric chair. Five the state line on all main road*. Cox fi is affiliated with the American out.that this amount, applied to exemption amendment.The .
A' ness in the matter of new crop*. Adams lived longer than of those awaiting electrocutionare Trucks are stopped at the stationsto Home Protective Association, f Florida, would not ,exceed a 'million sales tax resolution was adopted
1""': Yet the wisest among them con any other president, more than 90 white men, and five are negroes see whether'they are carrying which George C. Rouse, of 718 gallons a year, even allowing by a forty to thirty-three vote
? sistently decline to plant heavily years. Eight were sentenced for hitch hikers Schurman said. If East'"Ashley Street, la president. 400,000 gallons for the visit- after a lengthy'controversy and
j 1 of any novelty until they have data Tyler was a member of the provisional murder and two for kidnaping under they are the "thumb tourists" are Rouse said the organization is not .ing tourists. At two dollars .per recommends the formulation of a
I""a from the State Experiment Stations Congress of the Confederate the "Lindbergh Law" enacted advised to* turn: back or else face an insurance company, but a mutual gallon, a state tax: would produce program of taxation on sales
1 testifying that it possesses states, and was a memberelectf by the 1933 legislature. Oldest In arrest for vagrancy. benefit, non-profit concern. less than two million dollars. (I I without exemptions.Lot1iA&L I
ly real merit or have procured wholly the permanent Confederate Con- point of "service" In the death
satisfactory: result from small gress at the time of his death, row Is J. W. Larramore, sentenced I I ,
.J;) test plots., Lincoln was the first presidentto Feb., 17, 1931, for the murder of I
''f!; wear, a beard. Grant was the two men in Jackson County He MARKET
,CHARGED WITH FORGERY first to wear a moustache, and also entered the death house Aug., 16, :
TAMPA-Bascm B. Jones, former wore a beardBuchanan 1932.. Since then his trial and conviction
t voucher clerk In the accountIng was the only president have been affirmed by the .
; department of the Hlllabor- who never married. Cleveland supreme, court, and the' United
ough. County FERA was arrestedon was a: bachelor'when inaugurated, States'' supreme court refused to
a charge of forging FERA but married soon afterward. review the case., Laramore Is '46'ear EWORLDFew

checks .totaling about 2000. The William Henry Harrison was the *'old* ., .) f\, ,
,arrest followed three weeks' Investigation oldest president upon taking office,
by auditors of the 68 Theodore Roosevelt the NOTICB OP APPLICATION: FOR
i I It ; young TAX UHHII ,
t 'State FERA department R. J. eat, 42.-Plant City Courier. NOTICE IS H Kill,BY GIVEN
Thai 0. W. Parm.nt..r, holder ofTarn
:', Dill, district FERA director, said Certificate No 21\01 Issued l Srd,
the alleged shortage was fully covered An estimate place the numberof lay of August, A. D. 1931. has filed .1. 4 realize that the largest market in the world (located
by Insurance. dogs in the world at, 70,000,000. .aid' certificate in my office and people sponge
made. thereon application In ,for accordance t&1de.d with toIM.u. '!' K 'right here in Florida During the past 30 years,some twenty million dollars

Allowing1 nw. Said described certificate property embrace.ltuatd the. worth of sponges have been shipped from one Florida port to cities and
. r In Bradford County Florida' towlti _
Lots SO, 45. and East Half of countries all over the world. \
xjts 61 and U In Woodlawn Section
80( Township ft South, Ranee 11 ;' from Franklin
East, containing-. acres more .'or The Florida sponge grounds are located on_the,west coast -
ov'me..; le.The aiiseHsment of rald.prop.rty ( county south:around the:tip end of the peninsula. Marine creatures:
t under the said certificate lisued was
In the name 'of Mrs. J., L. Parmen- le r {4 whose skeletons provide the sponge of commerce grow prolifically in these

Face Powder deemed hr.Unlul. according-mid eertltirat..hsll. to law> tax hello-deed ti y ; 4 waters. Gathering of the sponges is done with hooks at the end of a long

l''I. 'I January.will I..u.A.thereon D. 1535.on the. '*.r Bib day- of pole in shallow waters and, in depths up to 150 feet,by deep<
1 6 tot.. lteeteiovelHt' ....', A.Dated D.. 1ta4.this 8th day of,November, sponge fleet from Florida often works as far as 50 to 80 miles from>shore

Clerk A. i.of THOMAS.Circuit Court, and remains' sea several weeks or months.
t Bradford County. Florida
n x @ # The deep<
a Many select Lov'me be IF YOUR f et. Old World colony Tarpon Springs. Each New.,Year, thousands of tourists -

cause of its exquisite fineness k come to,view the traditional ceremonies,including a colorful pageant,

3;., rs? permits-a Face powder Powder CIm that'to BREATH ,HAS ,," _: ,"" ; ", diving for a golden cross and the,"blessing of the fleet."

;; i' thin it is practically invisible l Four commercially valuable grades of, Florida sponges are known

,' -many, for 'its, thrill SMELL. YOU ";',., s' throughout the world; used for cleansing insulation, padding;'mops and

,ins fragrance and.ochera. f 1Yvartow i household appliances. ,Great quantities of the so-called "to gut

f for the perfection of color CAN'T FEEL WELL t" ; 'U' head' sponge are found in Florida waters but are not commercially
which' .
complements>> and ,
,* enhances: 'skin. vna w.. w; eeasa. we .... .-. ;I ._ gathered. Scientific: research may develop a..use for this coarse-textured
every .. '
.sr Mw.ta oar tte ds .re thMs. '" '
-01..g ... at _till ad eaII It sponge and open up a.vat new industry.,
1 ee -..... We feel tae .ulna. e, .... ,711. AI1"F1orida Comnv'' >. _
"-eeay ell ewer Mr kerf,. It .... _
Stay 75'on > Ill.a.a1 ad r e..4 ae wtliaaWass 1ICJQ.putJaaD.proJiI Florida has many natural resources-potential I industries which, lib
,, M a
she ttwfae*Assay fa tile....... .
;{ for hour WelL. wsea w es* toe .a.a. ew kite. the sponge industry, will bring great wealth to this state whenouf possibilities
let.._" What le <.. Mle *ol.., ,_.. .organization far !the praamtian '
known. Our and attraction if profit
p' Delicately seen.eI I' Is the .IM< 1 ....mww ensly. .. are fully advantages *- we are to
..* u.. ef M tnm I of Florida's welfare at thetn be broadcast the world. A unified Florida
| with the inimitable toVmfragrance. 1- ...... d from -must to advertising
wry ., .... ... ... .=. esj eubn ::
f { riib-Wbiit- Ttfckl .... ..... le1.w .... .. a whole. Study these.weekly program would focus attention on what we have to offer:Lett
'(ass dwsy ..... sI : ,
of for Florida.
do for ourselves 1rAGE
"K earn b.4r .., tirn ......." carefully lit this job_ advertising .
l wwa Me.Ia .... wr '-I 1.. *bt1r P
> 016LBA'Powder ....... ri
: w. "'U sad wa to II- a '
_....edo.... .w a -'i.-k w ..... Stsoaw. that you may know Florida, .
Oat r eM T. Oste.'ulinty .
UPUla whl.a tali .e.A 4.MwM sad thin be better fitted to IDAto..cpeata
dJL' I
J.ov'm> r- bale $1..ll.t.r."e.t31n... I "
74 _.. a =rr"L.. ...... m it* prosperity.. I'" Fw
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4., ear .wNa'Lab .. O.rtse'e ..lids CO MtrrEt,

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cumWu THE MASTER IS COMING --- -----
aK>9 ix CInet'1'r. COURT nitAitpontt 1'Ii CIII'ri'r COl'IIT. IIIIAUPOIII li
They said; The Master Is comingTo COINTY .. ..OR.O.\\I: CII.VMKHV. ('oL'II'rV! ....onll>%. IN ("II 'N'IORV.
first C.Baptist B. Price' renter honor the town today. The of M.Prailforrt A. SMITH County a. Bank Liquidator a corpora for )1.Bradford A. HM 1'1'11.County a* Bank L.lnuldator a corporation foe- ,
Rev. the Bible
(*ft"Sunday School--10:00: a. m. And none can tell at whose houseor Story Told in, Pictures tlnn.vex Plaintiff. Case No, 3HO v., Plaintiff Cnse No. 811)

Morning Worahlp--ll:00> : a. m. The Master home will choose to stay I K. )L RIlOa bachelor DvtonU-' ,, WVHTKU R.feiidnnt.*., TAYt.OIt, JJ'r: AI.. Le- ;

P. U---0:15: p. m- i ant : Take notice
Y. the
a j'B.Evening Worshlp--7:30: p. m. And I thought while my heart beat. Special:Take notice Master,hat hy the the nndornlirnvd final.. ilvrrr I I 1I"In: .the
Service-7:30: wildly In the above onllilf.il. rntmn unuotni.tl I entitled rnim appointed -
Prayer .
i'm.!lfid-Week.;: What If he should come to mine? will, pursuant to said. decree, anddurlnar .and will riiirlilu purHunnt the l.-nul to hour.said of decree sale. !;
the legal" hours of sale!
would I strive to entertain on on Monday the 7th tiny of
tyOU are Invited to all our servMethomat How Monday the Tth day of January. A. A. I>, 1931. Hell to the highest January amt
i And honor the.guest Divine I 11 l HUB: a U to. the highest and beatbidder bent bidder, for cash, at the Mouth
Ices. for cash, at MIA South doorof dour of the County Courthouse
the County Courthouse at Stark, Htark. Bradford County, Florid,..
Church .
,, I turned to Uradford County "'Inrlolll.lh. follow- the
And straight tollingTo following described premiers, t".
ins described 'premises, to-wit:
X Pastor.
M. Montgomery, wit:
'*. Rev. B. make my home more neat; a \ Beginning" at the NE corner of the Th. ere1/, of the SRH of Nan 1,,,
j'{ Sunday School-10 a m. I swept and polished and garnished. MM\ of the IiW 14 of the HWH of Sao Twp. a M. U. S3 Kant, containing; 40acre r
,Morning Worship-11 a. m. a M L 8, Running BIO f..t West, )I7 feet mora or less, together with U*
'* ,*:43 + Houth. S10 tent blast and 617 ft tenements appurtnauca,. and hereditaments.
Epworth' league- : p. m.vening And decked it with blossoms North to point of b.ginning\ and h*. .

; W ,rahlp-: 7:30 p. m. sweet Inw" In the 8W14 of the 8WVi of Mao B K. PERRYMAN:
'* Invited to all these spry ft, Twp. 7 M H. SO Hunt. Alan Lot pedal AI..t.r..
,.you are I was troubled rot rear the Mas X Ulnck III\ according to map and KNIOHT .A KNrn11T
'te9. ter.Might plat of Ward City Mum being In Attorney for Plaintiffriiirirp
Meo. 8. Twp T. S. It. SO Kant together 12$1.3t.1.4.IN .
Presbyterian;; : Church come 'ere my task was with Hit. tenenientB, appurtenances
; and hereditament,
'Rev- George H.. Lowry. Minister done rni HT. niitnponn
b Sabbath School, And I hastened and worked the B K. prcnnYMAN. COI'NTV FI.OR11)\. IV ('HA>HCHV.
110:00: a. m.-- Special Muater,
as Llnuldutor I for
faster KNIOHT KNIaIIAttorneys
jf A. M.-Morning Worship; Bradford
11:00: for County Hank a corpora
I Plaintiff I
ffirmon by the pastor. And watched the hurrying: sl;n. 1 t li-Dt-St-1.4. tI''>Plaintiff. ,
v. Case No. SO*
I't 1.:; 6:30: p. m.--Junior Christian En- II. P. OAINTOY r.T AU t Urfendnnt
//jleavQr. But right'In the midst of my du I Take. notice. that the under...1",1IIp8'lal <
i ties PKTITION POU FINALDIa'f.N1tIhR Mauler l by the final decree ,
T 7:30 m.-EWnlng! Worship. i
: p. In the shove entitled reuse appointed -
''A woman come to my door; In Court of County Judge Krnd. i will puriuant. to said deer*, and

She had come to tell me her sorrows ford I'nunty, Slats o( Klorldii., during the legal. hour of Male on.
In re Nntnt off Monday the 7th day. of January, A. '
: : \ A 1. H. HIIOUKN) l)''rf>anvd U. ID.1S, nell, to the hla-het and l>**e
; BOB JONESComments And my comfort and my aid to' Notice U. hereby given that M. bidder, for rah, at the Mouth door
Implore .. lihodun has filed his final report of the County Cnurthoim at Htarke.
] lir.ilford N.untv. Klorlda. the fol_
admlnlMtrator of the
a. Mlalti of J.
On Here And I said, "I cannot listen,- M. llhodeti tloreaMed: that h* 'has lowing described premises, to-wit
I Nor help you any today; filed his i petition I for final dli-hArirf; Lots 1. a Itrnoker 3; and 4 of Block..18I.InTown
of Florida a *r
And Hereafter Hint that on the 13th day ot January
r I have greater things to attendtoo" IIKIH. he will apply' to I the Honorable map or plat of Ward City. Florida,
together with its tenement, ai>- !
; M. K. Perryman, roiinty Judge ofBradford
i.'J yl'I County, Klurlda. fur anpi'oval piirtenanceM, and hereditament. .
."' ThIs is being dictated in Ireland. And the pleader turned away.. of Kald final report and for II. K. PKMUIYMAN.Special: ..
final discharge. .an ndmlntNtrator, of MuBter.
'11 Is Thanksgiving Day In Amerl- the estate of J. II. Ithuden. KNICHIT KNTOHT
But soon there came anotherA This jtoth day of l>".." d.I.1 11.11.3-1-e.l i Plaintiff

'ca. .It Is the first Thanksgivingthe cripple thin pale and grey- A M. HHODttN.: I

.! writer has ever'spent away And said "Oh let me stop and rest ., lJ-ai-4t.l-lt iv ciuri'iT. ('nllt'I'. It II"POltill
('01 NTV ...cnu.\'" ('II AN('F.1t Y.
from his native land. However In Awhile in your home I pray.I The Qu... or Shtba VUtti Solomon. ter the dedication of the temple the Lord appeared the second iv niift'ir rni-irr, niliiroiiitt JAM MOM.INdMWORTH. a minor

his heart he Is rendering Thanksgiving have travelled far since morn- time to Solomon and covenanted with him, promising( to \uphold: the Israelites so long as they obeyedHis (' >l'N'l'V Kl.OIIIIIt. IX CIIANCKHV.: his by ANN next I 110 friend' HOkl.lNlldwOUTH.Plaintiff,

| : to God for hIs own country. ingr commandment "And when the queen of Sheba heard of the fame of Solomon concerning the name M. A. SMITH an T.liiuldntor\ for v*. Case No. SOS

H I am wondering if'' the average I am hungry faint and weak; of the Lord she came to Jerusalem with a very great train with camels that bare spices and very much lion Bradford. Plulntlff Bounty llunk corpora.. J. .J. TnitnV KT Ale Defendant. .
Take notice
that the undersigned
jAmerican|' 'realizes how: much he My heart Is full of mIsery. gold and precious stones and when she was come to>> Solomon se! communed with him of all that was In VN. fan No. 899 Special.. Mauler by the final decree; rb'

'I i a ins for which to praise God The And comfort and help I seek"; her heart. And Solomon told her all hor questions; there was not anything hid from the king, which h. a. \\". SAXON notice that KT At the., Ilet.ndsnt.Take undersigned\ .. In the above entitled can**.appointed I ,

told her And when the of Sheba had all Solomon's wisdom and the house that he had built will pursuant to Maid decree, and 1
; iverag American lives more com- not. queen seen Slit-rial. Mauler by the final daur* during the l legal hour of *al. on
[ ;;i'lbrtably than any other man in And I said, "I. am grieved and sor :, there was no more spirit in her. And she sold to the king! It ws-i a true report that I heard In mine own In the tilmv vntttled cause. aipolnted Monday the 7th day. of January A. '

!tie world. The colored people ony ry. land of thy acts and of thy wf dom. Hnwhrir. I belle! veil nut the word. until I came and mine eyes had luring'. will,the pursuant legal. to hour Maid deer of *.al*,.and on bidder I). 1936,,for.*.ll cah to the, at highest'the Mouth and doorof bt

tie farms. In the South are more But I cannot help you today; teen It; and. behold, the half was not told m 'I i thy windnm and "r,, ,"'rit' exceedeth the fame which I heard.I ." Monde the hth""tlh.January' A. the County Courthouse at MturU.

dmfortable than the peasant class I I look for a .great and Noble Kings lOt 17. This illustration i is from I\I.rh.n'v "f tin {tifole In pictures, engraved In 1628. l Milder>. lit35, for.all cash to. at the Mouth and! door bat Ilradford described County premises Florida,, to-wltt the I following '

|j to any European'country. Americacan guest"; .- U __u_ rif the County Courthouse at Htark, Lot 6, 6, II, and IS In Davis wSBrothers
And the cripple went i Hradford County Florida, the fol- and Truby !Subdivision' ot
i away. : i I :
feed and world. Per-
And the day onward swiftly Lumber the bark I la to be removed, it peels GEORGE W. STRICKLAND lowing described premises, to.wibAll the 1014\, and NWV ot NKW o fa.c. 7, t
"tonally, the | not believe wore DurabilityDoes that 'portion of the HWV of H. It. S3 E. (with other
In cloihe] burning ,. most readily In the spring. the NYVtt of H*<>. SI), Twp. 7 R It. land. ) aoanrdlng to plat of raunrtl
E u And task Funeral le'or' George W.Strickland. ft K. l.ylMH H of the O.nrllloIInu'h.' In Deed nook IS on page 6MO *t. *"<|.
my was nearly done Not Timber cut In. the late fall
DependOn or
and in toM
grain order 62 who died Saturday urn and Florida Hallway except one of the currant publto records of A ,
:i reduce the supply, There are Mil. And a prayer was ever in my heart winter does not season so quicklyand acre In the NW corner of said tract, Bradford County Florida: And else, .
That the Master to at his home; were held Monday afternoon containing. DO acre mora or I less, all of the NWU\ of the NlOVi\ of ..al f'.Uona I of people in the. world who me might Time of CuttingThe Is therefore leas apt to check at three o'clock at Kings- together with Its tenements. appur Mention Towneblp>, and Hang. that '
to bed hungry every night.. come. tenanven, and hereditament. lie* Kant of ,: lat. Hoad Nt>. U. (,
_1l go than during the hotter months and ley Lake Baptist Church, the Rev. 111. K. 1'MKUYMAN.] A. s. cumwrt
|What a pity me/does not know time of the year In which C. B. Price, pastor of the First tpi-lul Master, Hpeclal Mi..nt r.
flow to properlj llstrlbute what And I thought I would spring to the likelihood of ,injury from Insects KNIGHT A KNfOMT KMIQIIT .A KNIGHT ,
the farmer cuts hIs timber has little Church of officiating .
Baptist Starke .
him for I"alntltfU.II.at.I.4. Attorney for .lalnUff1In.at'I.4.
meet Attorneys:
I and fungi Is practically neg
{to Is able to JRduce and thus ..
,!jatlflfy the appetites of hungry woo And serve him with utmost care I effect upon the durability or ligible. Insects and fungi do not -- .

Vfn J ,'n and children! If America When a little child stood by me, : other properties of the wood if It attack wood out of doors during Interment was made In the family

I i With a face so sweet'and fair; ''Is cold weather. By the time warm plot In the Church Cemetery. c
properly taken care of after It FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Sweet but with marks of tear weather arrives the wood has par Mr. Strickland had been con
is cut. the
jus Many of theories ad-
dom of God and first drops vanced regarding the durability of tially seasoned and clamago from fined to his home for several our Many Years Experience: ," Makes It Possible for Ua to Render

1 *and all these be added .And his clothes were tattered wood attribute too much Import. these causes is lessened. Winter months and for the past two KFI'ICIKN'T, 1'ltOMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE!: : p

and old cutting, therefore has its advantages months had been confined to hU MODERATE!: PRICES _
IJinto you, ''What' a'' country we ance to the time of cutting. More '
/would have It is' sad when we A finger was bruised and bleeding attention might well be given to but not because of the small bed. DeWITT C. JONES COMPANY '

I? think that no nation In all the hIstory And his little bare feet were the method of handling the tim- amount of sap or moisture In the Survivors besides his widow 8TAKKE. FLORIDA

.cold. wood in the winter, as is frequently Mrs. Cora Strickland are three -..
of the world as far. as we ber at different times of the year,
believed. There is little difference Mrs Russell Bah h
[:; know ever has done what Jesus according to the Forest Products
for In the content of the and Mrs. Robert Crabtree of New
AndI-Baldj. am sorry you moisture
laid do 'That explalD -tlHt-Misery I Laboratory. Madison Wisconsin- I
You In need of wood'In winter J. and Mrs T. C.
wide are sorely care green or summer. Brunswick N. ,
,t and distress of the,'whole Timber cut during the spring
But I cannot it- The months of sum- of Tenn. two '
stop give and warm damp Fehr Chattanooga ;
"( vorld. summer Is more likely to be For, '
'* ,* You must hasten on elsewhere" attacked by Insects and fungi (organisms mer are also conductive: to the development sons, Ernest!: E. and Raleigh E. Expert RepairingSmith's
at'the of blue stain in timber. Strickland of Starke
And words a shadow that ; one sister ?
Someone asked Queen Victoria produce stain and
Swept over his blue vlened This stain is caused by minute fun Mrs. Emma Murrhee of Starke
of the
'What Is the source England'sjjreatnesa decay) freshly cut '
?'? The queen replied. "It browSomeone logs are in the most favorable gi which grow within the sapwoodcells. and three grandchildren.

IVlA .t IM thA nl l/m tthe will feed and clothe you The objectionable bluish ap. Boree and Giddens had chargeof
Ah th e *>.u.... Tfr a. .-- o--* -_ -- condition for attack at the very GaragePhone
in the wood is a combination the funeral arrangements.
writer that in spite of the sins dear time the insects and spores of fun pearance .
hlch kings and royalty have com- But I !am .too busy now." gi are the most active. of the light color of the wood .
and the dark color of the fungous Air transport lines in the.Unit-
Itted In the past that this nationas piace
Seasoning takes more rapidly 120
wood. ed States have \been
At last the day was ended threads In the carrying considerably
for the Word, of
a reverence during the warm months and
Blue stain often lowers the val more pounds of
And my toil wall over and done express
cannot be found
plod that possibly consequently there is more dangerof of the lumber for natural fin this summer than a but
nywhere else in the worldOf My house was 'swept and garnished excessive checking. Lumber ue year ago Wrecker Service Day or Night
ish surfaces because of the discoloration the number of passengers hu
curse there la Modernism' here 'checks as the result of uneven
'And I watched In the dusk alone but It la not an early stageof been slightly lower.
effort is being made to undermine -
an shrinkage. Thus the end grain of
Watched but no footsteps sounded decay; however the same con '
: : the faith of the peopleIn wood giving off moisture faster ditions favorable to blue stain are eel 11,;

the authority of the Bible but than the side grain will cause ,
to and often lead
No one paused at my gate; also favorable I\i\! ,
said before Eng
as the writer bas checking. The surface layers dry- to infection with decay-producing OFYOUR t
No entered cottage door
) land has written the name of God one my ; Ing out faster than those In the interior .
I could and wait.I fungi which ot course reduce the W +,IIL
and quotations from Scripture on only pray or a portion of a board fully durability of the lumber. '.

practically all of her Institutions. exposed to the drying effects of FAVORITE

America had a religious begin- waited till night had deepenedAnd the air losing Its moisture beforean r\k'
the Master had not come. '
ning. England' did not What adjacent ,section not so exposed ehevka
America and th'J whole world need He. has entered some other door''I also causes checking. In

now Is, a. revival of the' old time cried, 'I order to reduce checking the COLDS MAGAZINES '

religion similar to the old time revivals And gladdened,, some other i posts poles, logs or lumber should 666
home" i
under Luther.Calvin, Knox I be piled openly In a shaded but dry FEVER
laborhad been for nothing
or the Wesleys. A great revivalin My 'place.. In no case should they be
England< and America would And I bowed my head and wept allowed to lie in direct contact first day AND, THIS NEWSPAPER PULL YEAR }
solve the problems of these two My heart was sore longing with the ground because decay and lIeadaches
great countries. Yet in spite.of It all. I slept j. stain are very likely to develop. If BALVI-J I.Icu'm_.]N.TUUTI... l>..... In 30 minutes! You Save Money on this Amazing Combination Offer

_. .
- -
IV CIRCUIT. COURT BRADFORD Then the Master stood before me 4 Leading Magazines and Your Favorite Newspaper fax&
/roe: 'r'Y .. ..O..uA.f! CHAVCKBY.M. : : And his face was grave and
A. SMITH -a* Liquidator for
Bradford County Bank a corporation fair w. CARL DA via JOHN Btshnr!: DAVIS

Plaintiff. Three times today I came to your
v.. Can No.382
O. W. HHAMRS ET Ati Defendants. door
Take notice that' the undersigned And craved for pity and care Pick! Pick 3
pedal Mauler by the final decreeIn
the above entitled cau. appointed Three times you sent me onward DAVIS FUNERAL{ HOME

will pursuant to said> decree, and Unhelped and uncomforted.And .
during the legal hour. of ...1.- on the blessing you might have Wagazine agazlines'e '
Monda the 7th day of January A. '
I,,. 1915, Bell to the highest and beet( had was lost

bidder, for each.. at the South door And your chance .to serve ,had L.TKA. FLA. ,
of the County Courthouse at Stark., '' 'r
Bradford County; Florida tI..- follow fled.
described premise,, to-wltt- '* "* '
The NE'4 of the SW14 of Sea 11, 111 NORTH 4TH ST. .. PHONE: DAY'66-N1iliT 89
Twp 73. IV ,II Kant containing 40 Oh. Lord, Dear, Lord., forgive me IgawT.ee 1 G
acre more or tae, together with it. How could X know It was Thee? 1 1

tenement, appurtenance, and her. My. soul .was shamed and pj
very .. c
B. Its PnmUYMAN. bowed 24 HOUR SERVICE! d G.ldw..lY n.. TORLv B:. K "-.I1're. i

lon'P.CI"1 Maater. Aa I sobbed remorsefully., o.u-tor .....w. ...!'" UbaWOMOa1J0 ..... Y. *
.w I Gil 11ww,1
' Attorney for' plaintiff, "Thu sin my child la forgiven McCaIl'l W .> .""" ..... ,

,,r "But the blessing is lost to thee; (WeoJalw.1) Ya l e .i H.awfsu relday .I:.: :.I T,.
1dk5ad. --.. Y4 v
;' "For comforting not the. lease of Lady Attendant :-: Ambulance Service c e fkIOda1 ................3Ya hr c.n....,.._... ",.............. TI.COpe. J

n.l1.at.l.4"h mine .....S Tn. .....
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: "Ye have failed to comfort Me." ........... 'd0e..Itr.
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About cubic miles of rain Hoth.s Ne. '1
M 30,000 .- .
r"i HOTEL LEAMINGTON"Miami's ........ 1JIo..1 Y,.
M lefl water fall upon the land,surfaces e gg..s.twid 11+9 ..BYn. r"..... ......I T..
T .....
of the earth annually. OIfUectatt .. twvbed ";".. Yr: ,t' li9jGa

: ,.-. Most Popular Hotel" ,.1a" """ ......2f. w...... W.Jf...... Yr. .

l from Compared with the modern archer g -e ClICle ,........ .2 fn. '-erlae. ,.... ., tCheck :.,..1 'Yr.

womjlsgourfirst I the,Indian was a very poor 1 a"1... the.ll) CItcoeII.; aptl.s u.-x, : Tr. t ?!1We

duty to shot with, ..the. bow and.arrow.. NE lat Street at Biscayne Boulevard
qourselfMDt ,

I TRAIN SCHEDULE Overlooking: Barfronf Park & Biscayne Bay IjNarwwiee This OflarJ ISK; THIS HANaTVonnnu BLANK TODAYI it Pg

Southbound tt

:T IN. .UHANCH and U-rnnicanct. No. 1-Due Starke 11:01:: P. M lpg chile Union !.ua oration Our .rrn3 _nt with UM publisher
Y aIIiclCd bondjf I
of .It-
form -
,, which our.h..aetping you maiuclnilo .No.No. 107 Due-Starke Due Starke 11:23 9:43:: A.A. M. own representative enable us" to mjc -...... I _.... ... .. M....t1sw..tile 6.r....- !

couuat WOTTTAdtqwu this rmarlcabl offer. It !It strictly cIIac.e4 woIfo ,..,.. ...sue..is .... -.-.. f
10:27 P. M. you
No. 191-Due Starke :
cock fin inraniu
I Northbound Lowest Rates Ever Quoted u..entccel.nd J all .erlptlon. will txr n
,y your peoprny" fOxun yea from BaaHAROLD .u .._ __

it,,,. ,p.. No. 2-Due Starke 8:08: P. M. entered promptly. If you are at pf*>

if I I< "hg f.-0"SMla, ..6n".. m_teens_. :No.No. 108 12-Due-Due Stark Starke 0:66 4:60: P.P. M.M. Single Room with Bath _____-....--..--1.50 tent a tubacrilxr lo>> wry of the m9" S-.. Lro_ 0 $

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Stark Ana Wanned Branch Doable Room With Bath _____ .. ______ 2.00 rite your time wilt b* c t ndeA Yew at.ita.e {


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....._.,......- _.. -' -BRADFORD._ __ _, .. ." '.-. ., -_ ::DECEMBEH.__ !: 28' lost

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished HOW IS BUSINESS T TRUE---

We residents of Florida' are From Other Pens II IIDOIUE8TIO [ ODD---BUT

1877 lucky. Not only arewe blessed _.:
with climate ana health 6
good good
__,_ ,_ -__ .. .._ .n' ._ .. .
conditions, but a recent survey
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class shows our state among the thirty. ACCIDENTS "'-

Matter at. the Post Office at Starke, Florida one In the Union that are showIng Declaring that accidents \don't .
,.. business condition definitely happen; they are committed. Pan' THE
---- -
4 ,E. L. Matthews_._Editor and Owner. better. W Kearney, writing in the Read-I MfiX1t&fVfR
erg Digest that !
In answer to the queeUon"Howare says about .
.. ..
-- -- times as accidents in'
business conditions? the survey many occur
SUBSCRIPTION RATE says that If you live in Color- the home as on buses, taxicabs, & PtACHlSrre

I' ado, Oklahoma, Alabama MIssourI and trains. He further points out : ,
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance FULLGROWTH
Illinois, Minnesota, North that in one industrial field, 13,000 I
Advertising Rates on Application Dakota, Pennsylvania, Maine, New persons were accidentally killed In -
Hampshire, Massachusetts Con- 1932: while among the ..a me group i

g How.about'.an Individual New Deal for the New Year? necticut or Rhode Island, the there were 28,000 who were accidentally ri 'IT GROWS AS -__ c
chances ate your business has killed at home. LONG ASIT 's M1 1 "
sri 0 'gone downhill during the past The answer *o this appalling '

It Is now open season for exchanging Christmas gifts. twelve months. slaughter Is of course to be foundIn LlVtS

; If :you live In California, Texas, the admonition. Be Careful
o .. { Falls cause forty-four per cent of
t south Carolina or Kentucky, the ,
,R1 A gossip. with. good eyesight .puts the "scan" in scanlal. chances are that It has undergonelittle the domestic accidents., Trippingover e.a."f ? rw"s j .

... 0 or no change. rugs chairs and playthings
left out of their proper place, slip-
More power.to President Roosevelt's cheaper power plan. If you live In any of the remain- pery bathtubs, and poor lightingare
ing thirty-one states, business -
.... -0 your responsible for most.falls. For
should be doing better.
other types of accdents, Mr..Kearney 65 4'fxes,
Huey can now hire and fire teachers, but can he pay These are the results of a sur- f twuan y'
has the following recommendations -
them? vey made by the United States ? tom) TUEV Ml ant
News. lack ,1te MX CHItOCUN.TWUCHV ,'
Improvement-or pf .
strike matches (
It-was measured by changes in

The man who pretends usually succeeds in fooling.' only actual purchasing power. Allowance fCbm Always you wield not toward a knife you.away from- 8 .
made for the fact that
a himself was "' d
wholesale prices advanced some you.Keep 'vv .
0G all scissors In sheaths when ,
ten per cent during the year in
not it
G Evolution: turkey-turkey hash-turkey soup-Just a question, so that a dollar, In the Keep use.kitchen knives in a rack
of a can buy only
memory light year ago I' not in a jumble in the table drawer. -
ro about ninety cents worth of goods .
This obviously gives a
Max Baer isn't as popular as he was ; another victim of much today. truer picture of conditions Always put brokes glass In aboxdon't I
throw It In a trash
much I than does a survey made on dollar i.
talking too basket loose.Is .
volume alone. For example,
,, I every there a gun In the houaj ? Remember
Colorado showed
state an
except OF MENti,
that it is loaded
W The cold spell probably killed out the Insects-trouble advalce in dollar transference dur- I until proved innocent always) THEM ARC OVER.

ray is, it almost got us, too. Jug the year-but when the ten Put small bells' on all poison NECKWEAR 40,000,000 Ptop\.t ,m THE UHVTWfttKmv \

per cunt deduction was made, but bottles-or shove three or four ( BOUGHT we '4'VMt, VINO I S NAVE HEVtR.&

k thirty-one status actually' showed pins Into the cork (heads up) to WONIEH BUN RtCOROtO:
We hope you lived through Merry Christmas and are all I substantial Improvement. warn the groper In the dark l L _.
of the as the -
Analysis .survey
set for a Happy New Year. Mob up spilled grease nownot"In
News points out, produces some "
0- very Interesting facts. In the Improved a minute stomach ache. u "Americanism."
are Included the Keep all pot.. handles turned If you make,a wish while seeing If you want something to think)I
Some people say they never make mistakes, but then group !away from the! front and edge of TOO LATE
! bulk of the great agriculturalstateaIowa a "falling star" the,. wish will\ come abbut, get'a copy of the December
,ome people never make anything. Kansas, Nebraska, the stove. true.. I Cosmopolitan! and read Mary Rob-
Never burn a gas-or oil stove in Is' "to, tell'' lie 1 f TO CLASSIFY Rhlnehart's article
o etc. This was due to,t.wo diverse It all right a erts "Looking]
factors One the drought, which A closed room. Always have at ycur fingers are crossed. while do- for the Magic 'i Vf/rd. If that
: '
One writer says it is a streamlined world-even the family least one door open to guard it.; BT nVBSRI.I. KAY doesn't make yo/ > lad
Ing you're
increased to. where they ; aa|
prices .. .... I
N'I bankroll is tapering off at the end. were'more than offset the loss In a&alnscarbon! monoxide<"' poisoning One should always knock on ercrreary Florid Pr* A American you oftl. t to be de I

second,' the wood when telling about one' ported.
I o i production) : govern
Don't In mouth. I
put pins your
good fortune. As we the end of .
approach an-
ment',} plyment: of hard cash to
Add similes:: : As impossible as enforcing an ordinance farmers ,who agreeed to,. ,retire, Don't handle electrical tDon't fixtures Rain makes children grow faster other hectic year It might be well CONSOLATIONGood
with wet hands.
' against firecrackers at Christmas time. acreage. .. < normal to stop long enough to do a little Lawd sent me troubles, I
, o -- On the other hand, except for leave"a .chair In the These beliefs, together with check In up and see where we And I got to wAk 'em out; ;
New York-which Is an Important path of travel through a room. many others, are accepted as tree stand. But I look 'rounof Jnd eeThere's
The most conceited person in the world is the and .who Somebody may kill himself on it school
not only by junior high pu-
agricultural as well as Industrial What's wrong with this countryand ,trouble >11 about.
tries to make other folks live as he does. -, m< .:,,. commonwealth and so Is difficultto in the dark. to pils, but by many adults and. even what to do about It has be- And when I sees my troubles,
of the
Open all doors oven (
but two of the college graduates throughout the of the most I jes' look an' grin,
o classify- great It. come one popular top- up
ventilate It) before lighting
manufacturing: states Ohio, and I country, according to Dr. Cald- ics of conversation. More rattlebrained To think of all tt" troublesDat
!i Lots of proud of being self-made while other Don't use gasoline in the home well and Dr. Lundeen.-Sanfon \
men are Michigan, fall within the favored -wild, irn-vn. ideas have I ain't [
for cleanmg-It is never safe. I goFo
people don't think much of the recipe used. group. And these two, the News Throw out electric cords when Herald. been advanced than during any period : Fog Meade Leader.
Bays, got In by somewhat narrow to --- of the nation's history.
o they become fayed-don't try
0 margins. As a consequence, thelogical patch Sanford TilE POSTOFFICE PEN Silver shirts, black shirts and a Brazil went in for wine produc-
N'F No one in this life is due for a bigger, disappointment I Inference Is that during the Everyone who has written, (or variety of other shirts have. been tion when 'European tariffs cut

I than t man who thinks he can do just as he chooses. past year the farmer has done con- tiled to write,) a post card or en- organized. A whole flock of down her coffee exports, pro uc.I

a : o I I siderably better than the urban Does an ostrich"" really-bury his dorse a po-tofflce money order "Isms" have been Introduced anda .Ing 30,000,000 gallons in 1933. ,

worker. head In the sand when .threatened with a "po.tottlee pen" will appreciate number of old ones have been j
An optimist is a person who goes ahead and buys a new Most economists' lean to the with danger, Ifryoa.make a wish the following poem: dusted off and peddled to a trou-

tar when a fortune teller says he is coming into money. opinion that the rise In the farm when you see a f idling,star, will it Splintered old holder, bled people for the most part, by

a .0 er's Income will, In the near future really come true Well, whether Rusty old point slick promoters Intent on personal REAL I IIF
result In a heavy demand for it will or not, moat people believe Wlbbly and wobbly gain in the form of dues and :
An,Illinois.woman yawned 10,000 times. Probably had manufactured goods. So far, the It will. That, at least, Is the con- And weak In the joint. assessments.We .

to listen to her,'husband's favorite joke, just one time too additional cash the farmer has taken clusion to be drawn from a recent have been told over and over

many 4 in has largely gone to meetIng survey conducted at Teachers College Corroded and cursed at that America is doomed that we

old debts, 'leaving him little ,'-Columbla University among Again and again are going to the dogs, that we YOU WANTTo
o with which to buy the commodities a large number'of1 seventh, eighth I Spluttering., and scribbling must tear everything down and To Buy or Sell We

+x Mrs. Roosevelt is setting the womanhood of the nation a that keep factory wheels turn. and ninth grade school children. I Old postofflce pen. start all over III Invite You to Call)

good example by wearing some of her dresses for the.secpnd. ing. Once he gets a surplus, however More than sixty-two percent of ; But in spite of all this hellabaloo I I III on Us.. Experienced
h I he will begin to spend in the them believed most of our more Inky and dinky America still stands as the BEST ,and Properly Certl-.
winter. I market and when that With tooth I
happens ,
open I popular superstitions. one gone that the world has to offer. No fied.ESTATE.
ayt 0 I better times will reach the I A list of the' Beliefs most generally '- Stubby, and groggyYou people in any nation on the face ..
industrial ,communities, employ I accepted by students all of write on and on.
Engineers say that Niagara Falls will be gone in thirty of the earth are as well off today
R' ment will grow, pay rolls will : which are classified as "absolutely ... these United States..
iI years That will be an awful blow for honeymooners to overcome mount, and long-starved investors : unfounded and untrue" by Dr. Otis Some day they'll change you,
l will havo a chance to see what divIdend Caldwell and Dr. Gerhard Lundeen, But goodness knows when Russia upset the old apple cart

checks look like once more. professors at Teachers_ College, follows Rusty, old trusty fifteen years ago yet what per I
0.. of her betteror
F' ; ,.> Old postofflce pen. centage people are
! The St. Petersburg Times says you don't plan\ failure. EUROPEAN OUTLOOK By looking steadily at a person'sback even as well off? Italy with

a? You just learn to feel sorry for yourself and let nature take the person 'can be caused to Stroking you downwardYou her one-man to him. what rule If then anything? Germany happens -
December. 8th down In work like charm
may go turn and face the observer. a ,
i its course. history as one of the most Impor- When two people talk about a But when we go upward, under Hitler. Does America want WILSON '
I", ) 0 tant dates of the last ten years, so person that person actually ,ap- Ood shield us from harm. that?' All Europe trembling on

t ;;; Gold .reported to have been discovered in Georgia. far as the ,peace of the world is pears. the brink, of war. France where and REALTY
concerned. On that day, the crucial When'a snake is killed its tall For many's the mortal Spain) are madhouses nobody -
* Maybe it's just a to get the tourists to before CORP'N."Over .
: gag stop they Yugoslavian-Hungarian dispute does not die until the sun goes Holding you then knows what the next day will

S1! reach Florida. almost fanned to flame by down.If Would splutter still worse bring. '

. 0 the .assassination of Alexander, the groundhog sees his shadow Thau our postofflce pen. We have our troubles in Amer- Forty Years In Florida"
definitely came to a head, and the on groundhog' day there will be I tea, unemployment crime depressIon -
' ; More than 50,000 children injured in street accidents '
sic' were result was that Europe split into six more weeks of cold weather. Worn out but working, but we're still belter off than L_
: last year. Resolve now to drive your automobile more three bitterly opposed camps. A person who dues not look you Still at It hard. other nations. We have more lux-

i slowly in town. Hungary and Yugoslavia are, in the eye while talking to you Mostly for RoebuckOr uries per capita than any other yyOA uNcL4
physically speaking, as close to- should never be trusted ,to be hon Montgomery Ward. people. How many Americans
V, 0 gether as Canada and the United starved to death this year? How

t A town must go backwards, stand still or progress' It's $tates-and mentally, emotionally est.It Is good .luck to find a horse Orders and love notes many Americans faced firing

', I dangerous to back up and it gets kind of boring standing! and psychologically, they are afar shoe. From women and men,' squads without a hearing
,,"' still let's forward. apart as Moscow and Buenos Friday the1 thirteenth is 'a very "Excuse all the splutters, We have an automobile for every
//1 go Uln Aires. Ambitious Central Euro unlucky day for most people. It's the postofflce pen." five people. The American dollar -

'"" 0 pean nations have attempted to Good people usually die young. Th* above poem was read by a will buy more food, better

':I; Barnum said there was one born every minute but from make use of this disagreement to If you dream of the same thing member of the Pluto Male Quartet, clothes, and American prices and
force a realignment of ,European three nights In succession it will at the recent.Postmasters Convn- the: quality of our merchandise is
the increase in automobile accidents it looks 'as,, if the.birth" ,,; boundary lines-something Hungary come'true."f'I'' tlon and published In the Postmas better! than can be found any tfw5

.An rate might have increased. wants and Yugoslavia does- ,Seven Is a lucky: number formoat ter's Oasette.',. where. else on earth. ;
w 0'y n't..That effort came out into the people. ,' e While millions in other countries I
' open when French Foreign Minister Finding a penny will bring you THEYj!: )ADVERTISE t tA exist on black bread or rice, are I
; They say that when you hit bottom there is no place to Laval told the League of Nations good luck if you!' keep the penny. i hen is not supposed to have clad in rags, sleep on slabs and

.)=i BO but up. That Is, unless you find it so comfortable 'you're bluntly that If It were con.: Getting out of bed 6n the wrong Much common sense or tact. work, work work from daylight

!i satisfied I i to lie on the bottom. tined war would result. Yugoslavia -I side makes a person irritable and Yet every time she lays an eggShe UU dark With no hope; and no future -
i, thus found herself with a disagreeable. cackles forth the:fact. ,we the favored people of the &Itlba Selcctoi she

):1} 0 powerful ally. Breaking a mirror will bring earth cannot ire our blessings and never Wed Or ICM than
f An author asks: "Should successful husbands give their On' the other side of the fence, misfortune.The A rooster hasn't got a lot there are some who would turn /

K wives credit?" The wives of successful husbands usually I up stepped Italy also potent, also person who catches the Of Intellect to show to this or that "ism to better con- like Yoji,aowcan; buy
feared. Taking Hungary's side, bride's bouquet will be next to be But none the less most I roosters ditions. them amUc and quality
ft: arrange for.credit-at every department store in town. her spokesman Daron Aldlsl, declared married. have America with: all its problems,

,it I 0. that Italy stood for ''peac: Walking' under a ladder will EnoU3hood sense' to crow. gives Its people more than those for'5c _Iua think, long

I A North Carolina statesman proposed "That every girlyti' ful revision" of the post-war treatIes .bring misfortune.The poor. unfortunates ,cf most other Havana and mfported tobmcco -
through which territory once howling of a dog near the The busy little bees they buzz nations ever hope to attain. Could
'I): or widow who, refuses to marry when asked to do so shall belonging to' Hungary. Austria house at night is a sign that death Bulls bellow and cows moo. those millions live here and expe- for onlr"on u3t

zW f serve'not less than six months on the road." Probably very and Germany was given to the will soon come .to someone within t The watch-dog bark., the gander rience the freedom and luxuries 'FLOR dc KfEt&A

' '' few of them would have to be sentenced, at that. Little Entente. thai:> house." quacks. that to us seem necessities, and
Soviet Russia, proud possessor A person who la lucky in play- And doves and pigeons coo. have the same opportunities that forget the ,raoit your
0 of what many say Is the world's I mg cards will be unlucky in love .r.>' ours they 'would think its|

To write, a good love letter,'you ought to begin without largest and beat eTulpprd! army-- i affairs The peacock spreads his tall and nothing. short of Heaven. ighf.

knowing what you mean to say, and to finish without knowing "she, doesn't give out figures as do ,, .Eating a stolen apple will cause_. squawks. The Constitution of the UnitedState' I! I.LmteOMr Mf>.C*.MdtacsN
otjr'fr powe.-at once c' ,.sue 3 t" Pigs squeal and robins sing, of America .n.. dill the| -wk.H.1-
1:; what you have written.-Rousseau. And by the sound of the ride of France vWo she was 'pled vaguely for caution find mod And even serpents know enoughTo greatest document\ 'In all the "bit- .

:JJ some that are read in court, that is exactly the way it's done. joined by Chechoslovakia and Ru- eration. hiss before they sting. lories of all peoples. Under Its j: tfJ J '

1i I -o mania. Poland took no definite The new developments are ex- i guidance we hare advanced to the ,
'tii! stand'but she did make an attackon tremely menacing they have un- But man, the greatest masterpieceThat I enviable* position' wo'bold, The
How much better off we'd be if could
;, we completely which would could better, It
Czechoslovakia .questionably amplified the chanceof nature devise we protect and the closerwe
'eliminate: Fussing and fighting; howling and growling; cursing seem to put her on the side of Hun war in Europe.. But the situation Will often stop and hesitate "stick to It the better 'off we'll MELBAOAINKSVHJJB:

f and fuming; gossip and unfair criticism ; hating and gary.' That of course, Is the side (is better clarified than at any Before he'll. advertise be.. '. .
, on Which Germany also stands- Ume In''the past and.that gives ._Anonymous Never mind the black shirts or
snubbing; finding fault and nagging;' raving and, raging; more than anything,else she wants neutral powers such as England + silver shirts or any other shirts 1'CIG.AB

f \ snarling and snooping and lying and eheatin .-AlachuauntyJtowa. to see the hated post-war; treaties and this country'a better opportunity The Kukenaam: ''Waterfalls In Keep .on .the' one. you're wearingand Ke + .
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