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: January 1, 1932
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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And Surveyed At Once COMMISSION {JJ{WILL Pay ,; 1

r. I r : IN ACREAGE ISASSURED MOTORTRUCKS Proposed Routl-Starts at Orange STAR MEET ON MONDAY' For Ounliffhwavs; i

Park and PDHMO Through School Book ruUMirrM, to Attend
,o Mtddli'hurg and Terminates Session ai Capitol ) '!

ii. !:: THREE YEARS BUSSES CUT at KejutonoHeights SEAT OFFICERSA .,,:, '<
A meting of the state textbook Interacting Data a to \\hci Fur-

j r;., / commission at which representatives niches and MI. Intitlnn the 0{
'1 I" .. of school book publishers PuMIc lily; hway
1 That Much Added In Highway System Prospects Good for( Canning' Plant Tallahassee, Dec. 23: -The state Green Cove ,Springs, Dec. 26. most impressive and enjoyable have been asked to attend, will be
road department and the state rail- occasion was held on Wednesday
In Starke For Next Season
At the of state roacjdepartment
In Florida In meeting the held In tho senate chamber/ of the We are hearing +n a great deal In.
road commission ,today announcedthat night, when the Masons and East
held in
Three Yeara.I \ Tallahassee on capitol on Monday, January 4. the public press and In public
motor trucks and buses ern Stars of Starke had a joint Installation -
Tuesday night 75 met oper- December 9th .the
I i growers following was a Publishers have been notified speeches these day in regard to J
II I : in the courthouse at Starke and ating as common carriers under part of the proceedings: "Clay that at the initial meeting the report who Is building and paying for our
I Tallahassee, Dec. 27-The three agreed, to plant 150 acres of cu- authority of the railroad commis- County-Road $3.$ Miss Verna Bullard of Gaines- of the Hub-commission will be public highways. In connectionwith

years' ending December 31 of this cumbers for Manhattan ProduceCo. sion will be limited to a gross load "On} motion of Mr. Hills, seconded ville, a Past! Grand Matron, was road. The sub-commission; Is that subject, we are pleased "

i.'year have Been 1026.73 miles of .. Arrangements were made by and vehicle weight of 20,000 by Mr. Shands, the following installing officer and was assisted vided for by law, and Is made pro-up to publish publish herewith some .1 i

I pavement added to the state'shighway the association to buy fertilizerfor pounds. resolution-waa adopted: by Mrs. Della Green of Waldo, of school teachers of the state, 8.11dwhnde data furnished this paper by traffic '

system according to a cucumbers and In a few days Heretofore the maximum weight "Be It Resolved that the engineer as Grand Marshall, Mrs. Llnnle recommendations manager T. C. Kllott of the Interior "I
are expected -
1 statement just given out at the it Is expected to complete arrange- allowed was 24.000 pounds for this of this: department be directed to Gilchrist, of Georgia a Grand to be considered the textbook Florida Traffic Bureau, reading as-
state road department by Chair- ments for purchase of strawberry type carrier and 16.000 pounds for survey and locate state road 68 Chaplain and Miss Mona Alder- commission In follows: "We have been observing
making a number -
Robert W Bentley, who adds fertilizer for association. private carriers. Florida law says man as Grand Organist. I
man I from Orange Park in Clay county I of selections of school books 1 recently a great many statements I
I :. amount milcagtiU i the greatest E. M. Nix, development agent of' the railroad commission may allow through Mlddlcburg and to Keystone The retiring officers of Starke for use by elementary grades in the made through the preas over the

paved 1 Injk similar i period Seaboard Airline Railroad, and T. '' up to 24,000 pound Heights In the first CO days Chapter opened" the meeting and public school next term.It radio and by public speakers reyarding I

in the life of th, state's road re- W. Karstedt, met with the growers Chairman Robert W, Bentley of I of 1932." Introduced the Installing officers, I Is doubtful If bid< submitted I I the question of who Is pay

building body. '1e largest mile- and discussed the planting and the road department said weight This will be' good news to the and they were then escorted to by the publishers will be openedat ing: for or furnishing our public f

age paved durlnji any governor's I handling of the cucumber crop. A. reduction was decided upon for people of this county, as It opensup their respective stations. The retiring the first meeting, as a seriesof highways This, of course, has reference ,,

; e I I administration wiJ 1040.5 miles in J. Griffis, manager of the associa- public safety and for protection of a section of the county which Worthy Matron, Mrs. L. D. sessions to last perhaps for sev- to our modern paved, surfaced
Martin1/ tion locating state highways which are worth Green, had placed a basket of \
,, Governor administration, i, reports prospects good for now has very Inadequate traneportation eral days will bo concluded. Pub- on AtOC
but that was tour ears as against a canning factory In Starke approximately a fourth of a billion facilities and which In many sweet peas at each officer's stationas roads. j
Ushers bids and
only fourteen rot ss less during I II for next season. dollars. cases the residents must thru her parting gift to them. 'I submitting copiesof I
The in
I pass the texts to be adopted will be answer, general, Is that
I I Many state roads and bridges, The retiring Worthy Matron was 1
i the three years 0 Governor Carl- the county seat of an adjoining heard from time to time, and heretofore such highways are produced by
ton's admlnlstratili. CONSUMERS! PAY $83.70; particularly wooden bridges, will county In order to reach their own presented with a Past Matron's these have public fund and by the general
falrlto FARMER GOT 73 CENTS not continue to carry the heavier Jewel, and her words of acceptancewere hearings required
"It la only state, said county seat It also furnishes a several days. public. However to get a more ,'.

,6 the road depart nt chairman loads with safety and wtlhoul ser good connecting link between highways beautiful and touching. Books used from the first to correct view of the matter, it la ,'.'J
"that the present administration A vivid illustration of the way ious damage to the pavement and No. 3 and. No. 28 The Worthy Matron for the ensuing -
I through i eighth Inclusive to be well to first understand an to how
grades are
between the farmer structures, year Mrs. E. of
middlemen Bentley explained.He B Wells
found hundreds of miles of roads the beautiful lake section of
the these fund and
next The books will public gets by
and consumer are working both said road department inspect Lawtey, made a most inspiring, ad- i. adopted year.
awaiting Giving, and we of the I
graded, i county, one most beautifuland be furnished for use In the 1932- whom It Is paid Into the public
set about making' 'tern into paved I sides of the street was given to the tors will go on duty the first weekin least visited: of the lake regions dress when the gavel was presented 33 term of school The textbook: .reasurlea. The data on his phaseof
Senate Committee on Agriculturelast January to enforce the law. Vio- her.
would become of
that Florida.
roads they
r so the matter will doubt be
commission Is made from the no ,
week by President John Simp lators will be arrested by deputy I The following officers were Installed up
hl; serviceable. The Clay county chamber of most and .
t u entire cabinet. Adoption of a set Interesting E'nltghtl.nlng.The
I 4, son of the National Farmers Union sheriffs on complaint of the Inspectors : Mrs Mae Wells, Worthy
:" i' The three-year i ord also embraces commerce has had this as one of its of books for high school grades has latest figures we have on this,
I he added. Matron; Mr. B Jacobs, Worthy
f 635.52 miles
the grading major projects for the tnreeyeai'll
past already been made. The commission matter for the entire United States
and bull of 16,525 Presenting documentary evi- and it has Patron; Mrs Ruby Hayes, Associate -
road been
it of ng ; largely thru has this tank every eight covers the year of 1929, and are as i
' 1. feet of concrete bi ges and 3751 dence to prove his statements, W EEK OF PRAYER the efforts of Its highway committee Matron; Mr. E. W. Hayes{ follows' ; '

feet of wooden br es. "It will Simpson recited this incident: TO BE OBSERVED that the work has been broughtto Associate Patron; Mrs. Eva An- years Average taxes paid Including

+7 i' be noted," Bentley \bid, "lhat the W. B. Estes, a farmer at Little- this favorable conclusion.The derson, Secretary; Mrs. Pauline gas tax, retaliation and licenses,
t, ton, Colo., sent to the A. A. Blakely Torode, Treasurer; Mrs Lorena STRAWBERRY CHOI' TOIl 1931 :
&eased building committee feels
I state has practlcall The week of prayer will be ob- very grateful tees, leas the cost of collecting:
I Company at Denver 7 lambs, Epperson, Conductress: ; Mrs. Edna BKINUS LESS 1
timber bridges mtch have a served by the churches of Starke, to Mr. Hills and to Mr. Shandsfor I Private passenger car, $25.02.:
,. limited life, and is luildlng reinforced which were sold to the packers for their courtesies and for Hart, Associate Conductress; Mrs.
following the custom of former many EAR'S! CROP KKFOKT H1HMVHVt ,, Average truck, $3378.
$3.30. From this sume was de- Martha Biggs, Chaplain; Mrs. Jes-
(.1i concrete str tures which their cooperation.At .
years, beginning Monday evening, Private 3 ton truck, $101.27.Common .
$3.30. From this was de- sie Woolen Marshal; Mrs. Ina
t have long endurance! January 4th and continuing thru the present time there Is an 'WUK" In State Slightly< More, V. carrier, 3-ton truck,
,ii'i I "In paving arterial oads we are tlon and commission.A the week. The meeting Monday asphalt road from Orange Park toDoctor' White, Organist; Mrs. Delia Hoover H. ENtlniittn Indicate S4700I..
''I ':' ; exclusl type check for the balance-75 Inlet but this is in Adah; Mrs Oneda Griffis,
: J using almost y high evening will be held in the Pres- a very Average common carrier bus, w
rj'! f construction conc te or its cents-was sent to Estes' for his byterian church. Announcementof bad condition. It is a link of the Ruth; Mrs. Gertrude Sternberg, The value of the Florida straw- I $576.04.The .

''t i:, equivalent. A few yira ago the seven lambs. The check wall! placed the place of meeting for suc- first hard road ever built In the Esther; Mrs Dora Alderman, Martha berry crop for 1931 was $3,705,000 cost of. all /state! highway V

1,t stale was building \ixteen-foot before the committee. ceeding evenings will be given at county of any length. From Doc ; Mrs. Verdle Futch, Electa; from an acreage of 9,100 acres, ac- systems for the year 1029, was

I width pavements thV went to I Curious about what happened to that time. Rev G. P. Raymondwill tor's Inlet to'M' dleburg there is a I Mrs Clara Sistrunk, Warder; Mr. cording to the United States de- $433,336,739, and this was. allocated -
' Now ulld nothing 1 the lambs, after they went Into the good hard road,built from funds L D. Green, Sentinel.Mr. '
(h' eighteen feet. w lead the :Monday evening partment of agriculture bureau of $101,663020 for amortization
hands of the Estea asked Chcaves, Most WorshipfulGrand L Lto
n-; less than twenty- t widths. packed- meeting. All churches, all ministers of the last bond Issue. This road agricultural economics, division of of capital investment, $43,334,531:
the Department of Agriculture to Master was installing officerfor
I:: Also the earth should II on each and all the people of the com- Is in splendid condition. Beyond crop and livestock estimates, Or- Interest on capital and $106-
trace them until reached the the Masons and the work was
i they ,
.tl side of the pavemen are being munity irrespective of creed are Mlddleburg, leading south a road nndo. The figures show a decreaseIn 611,188 for current upkeep. {
most and .
I" built wider and flatte as an additional market as food The department Invited to join In with us In these was graded and several 1 bridges beautiful impressive.The value of nearly half a million as Against which there was an Income -

' .1 j' factor of sady for the reported that they were sold to meetings.The built but the scarcity of funds following Masons were installed compared with 1030 the reports of 5758,821,43(5( which wars 1'
consumers at $83.70. "There Is as officers for the ensuing
v motorist. 1 following are the subjectsof permitted no hard /surface.! shows. The acreage for 1930 Is divided, $420sJ8,350:: : ) received Uiru
t i "In the sixteen yen! the road something radically wrong, gen- prayer for the week: Whether any of this route will year: L. D. Green, W M.; C. A. given at 0000 with an estimated. gasoline and registration! fees.
,when the farmer at one Futch, S. W M. D. Bumgarner,
tlcment ;
department has been rating we Jan 4--The Leadership of thea be used In the state project Is a value of $4,010,000 for the crop. From the above figures it should i;
end and the consumer at the other J W.; J. L Anderson, S. D.; Joe
have built 437 miles J concrete Conquering Christ. matter to be determined by the en- The acreage for 1029 Ji given at be easily neon whether. or not our
are robbed in this brazen fashion," Slstrunk, J. D.; J. M. Mitchell,
i! road. Of this total 170allea were Jan. 5-Tho Leadership of the gineer of the stale road depart- 6,800 and the crop valuation at motor vehicles are paying for the
he said --Labor Journal. Treasurer; N Sternberg, Secre-
I built during the past tee years Holy Spirit ment. $2.88(1,000( I building and maintenance of pub-
> tary; A. S. Crews, S S.; E. W
h' 1 "Three years ago Inly 3000 Jan 6-International Good Will r The value of the principal FlorIda lic highways, Tho statements Is often -
J. S. L. W. Klckllter Chap-
Hayes ,
], miles of roads were ttig main- DECEMBER RECORD:! and Cooperation. AT TilE SOUTH rLOKIO PAW ; crops for 1931 Is estimated at made that the common carrier
lain J. A. A. J.
; Morgan, Tyler;
i tamed by the slate r< depart- FALL BEFORE LARGE Jan 7-The Protection of Home 180,188,000 compared with valuations I' buses and truck are destroyingmore

:1 l ment. Today more than 00 miles VOLUME OF BERRIES and of Youth. Thomas, Marshal. of $113,044,000 for the crop of the highways than they
of the most of Installations
Nearly fifty spec- At the close the : ,
are under its mainlenai Jan. .8-The World in a Day of of 1930, and $111,141,000 for the are contributing t,""ard their up-
tacular circus, vaudeville and hip a social hour was enjoyed, during. '
with a nib, smaller Plant City, Dec. 29.-December .
"Of .
course, Depression.Jan. prop of 1021) This Includes staple keep and building. Th above fig
podrome acts In the country, book- which time, the retiring officers of
income In sight forhie next strawberry shipping records went 9-A World-wide Spiritual crops, truck crops and the principal ures Indicate that, rot only. are the
ed attractions at the South Flor- delicious
as the Eastern Star served
f two years we will not I able to tumbling into the discard In this Revival fruit and nut crops motor vehicles more than paying

':i !k carryon our constructio*rogramU' city last week as more than 400- More than ever this year In a ida Feb.Fair 2 to and 13 Cnsparllla will Carnival to the punch and sandwiches Staple Crop for all building and maintenance of
perform ,
,il!' i i: on the same scale as tetofore 000 pints of strawberries were forwarded period of depression when count- tempo of music provided by Amer- e Staple crops for 1931 are estimated our highways, but they reveal that

:" ; but will do all that our vans atl during thn week The rec- less men and disheartened and ica's circus maad, the QUESTION lUOIIT OF+ JAN to be worth $16,992,000 the common carrier truck Is payIng d
!: lows towards completlnghe ayer ord-breaking influx: of strawberries fearful, our churches are summon Merle D. Evans' Bros TO TAKE TOLL ON BKIDtiE compared with $23.819/) in 1930 18 times as much aa the private
!'!I .'! tern of state highways. \ during the week was climaxedon ed to united prayer and Interces- Rlngllng and $2(1,911.000( in 1029. While i passenger automobile and almost

.Ii' The table of mileage pad dur- Saturday by the shipping of ten sion in order that the awakenedsense Barnum and Bailey organization. Quo Warruntn I' roc"e din I g a yields average somewhat below I:, three limes as much as the
Contracts have been closed for frlv-
- ing the three-year period, H type ]I I cars from Plant City eight express of our inexhaustible re- concerts and I Brought By Citizens In those of the two preceding years, l M.'ply operated truck and

of pavement,_ aa given ou y the I refrigerator- and two freight- cars., sources in God may inspire the dally be offered oy the accompanimentsto band each afternoon High: Court I the decreased valuation Is due common carrier bus Is paying 22.6

department, follows: carrying a total of 186,624 pintsof faith and hope and, love which the and Not will largely to the lower price received times aa uiurh as the private pas-

lies berries. Saturday's movement world so sorely needs evening. only Duval county's right to collect from such crops as corn, cotton senger automobile. While no com-

Concrete ___________ .25 was considerably augmented, it the performers work to the rhythmof tolls on the St. Johns river bridgeat and peanuts. Both yield and price petent road engineer woull likely
the Evans band but each 'I
Bituminous concrete ____ 46 was said by the fact that Fridaywas eve- Jacksonville was challenged in received for corn were below last ha able to determine that our com-
'' Rock base surface treated 5 22 a holiday and no berries were ELISIIE KITE, OLD ning It will be augmented by the the state supreme court In Talla- year. Cotton made a good yield mon carrier buses and trucks are
RESIDENT DIES 22 operatic musicians of the Cola
f Sand clay surface treated 1l3 shipped.The in hassee Saturday.Quo but at a low value per pound. Pro- responsible to the extent of 18 and
Santo Grand Company
Macasphalt --------- 2 forwardings last week Opera warranto proceedingsagainst duction of peanuts was larger than 22 times of the cost rf buildingand
I 5 brought the season's total ship- Elishe Kite, living about a mile the presentation of excerpts from the county were filed bya
i'f.. Sand asphalt -------- that of last year but total value maintaining the public high
i;i1 Asphalt. ; block _______ 0 ments out of here to 879,883 pints south of Lake Butler, and a respected popular operas. The Cola Santo group of Duval county citizens lean. Irish! potatoes showed a rec- ways as are the privately owned
TV for which have receivedan citizen of Union and Brad- company features Internationally who reside the south side of
; Sand clay ----------- growers on ord yield but a lower value for the [passenger automobiles, there are
'; __ return of ford counties all his life died at known stars at each performance. which connects Jacksonville
;. approximate $99- the bridge crop. Sugar cane, sweet potatoesand grave possibilities that courts of
: : : Total ________________102OUNG 96127. While the shipments thus 8:15: a. m., Sunday, December 20, Two Complete operas are to be and South Jacksonville tobacco all brought less mon- competent jurisdiction would or

,,: ,;, far this season have considerably 1931 His death: was rather sudden I presented Sunday afternoon and The court's writ, Issued was made ey than the crops of the, two preceding will hold that our commor carrier
MATRON LOSES LIK1LV exceeded the shipments of the ear- and unexpected by the community evening, February returnable January 5. years. motor vehicles are cause of the
AUTO COLLISK ly season of two years ago, the | In general, as he had often had Sig Haugdahl, dirt track Cham- The petition for the writ alleged For the truck crops, the total great differences In these now be-

p f |proportionate return to growers spells of sickness and would.reappear pion of the worM and winter resident that the legislative act authoriz i valuation for 1030-31 was $27.847- ing discriminated against bypublic

as been far less owing to the low on the streets. His funeral was of Daytona Beach, has filed ing the toll bridge set out definite 000 compared with $4,786,000 for charges."
Butler Dec. ;25! .-Mrs. To] an entry for the auto races that
Lake held Sunday
)ricer thus far this season. at Swift Creek cemetery purposes for which the revenue the season of 1020-30 and $33- o
I I. Dowling, wife of the son of Circu December open the South Florida Fair on sufficient'
21. used and BAISDEN
Monday's movement of fruit should be tljat 080,000 for 1028-20. Production BECK TO MEET .
Clerk S. T. Dowling, was fatal:i I i Mr. Kite born in Bradford Tuesday, February 3, General Man collected to :
vos expected to, be four or five was money has been accomplish and values are by crop years. Cel- IN UAINEHVII.LE MONDAY t
injured In an automobile accidei 4 ars in addition to the pony re- county September 11, 1855, and ager P. T. Strleder announced at all these purposes. For ery, string beans!, strawberries and -
Wednesday night about 6:4: ]rlgerator movement, but not near- was therefore 76 years old at the Tampa recently. I this reason, the petition stated, watermelons are not much below Tommy "Kid" Beck of Lawtey..

ItiiI o'clock when the car in which ah.: so large as the big movement oftHUraay. time of his death. He leaves to Haugdahl has just completed remodeling I the county has no right to continue ; last season but some of the other better known as the "Lawtey Wildcat" -

!pher;.; husband. .. and Levy Alvan>. ; mourn his loss his wife, Mrs. Mary his famous record bold- the tolls. crop. are valued materially lower. and "Kid" Baladen of Val-

.were riding crashed into a n uc Saturday night brought forthhe Kite, and one son, J. B. Kite, living ing Miller machine for his 1932 Validity of the 1931 legislativeact Fruits and nuts are valued at dosta, Georgia will headline the

Bald-to have ben parked on th largest number of cars listedt snulh of town. campaign and will put It through calling a special election on $41,349,000 compared with $57.- City Club's weekly boxing show-

about a half-mile beyon This paper joins the people of the first speed test on the Tampa of tolls was challenged.The Gainesville.
!t!,pavement the Miller Auction thus far this the matter 330,000 for the season of 1930-31 next Monday night in '
the fork of the road betweq Lak eason. there being total of seven the community In extending condolence course. Haugdahl now holds the petition claimed the act was and $50,290,000: for 1029-30. Valuations They are scheduled to fight 10

f Butler and Ralford. An ambu[are, three of which were Plant to the family.--Lake Butler state record on the South Florida Invalid because it was not published for the present season are rounds, and It will be the first time

lance took Mrs. Dowling to a hos tity cars, one Lakeland car, one Times. Fair track and will attempt to and because only freeholderswere based on December 1 prices which the pair have met.

pttal in Gainesville, but she die over car, a Bowling Green and a S -. drop the mark still farther duringthe allowed to vote In the special usually differ somewhat from the Baisdrn, one of the cleverest of

J before arriving there. The true olfo> Springs car. Two Plant INSTALLS NEW FOUNTAIN coming competitions. More election which resulted in the seasonal prices at the close of the Georgia .boxers, will find in Becka

.ta-aueged to have been the property ty: cars sold at 9 1-2 cents thet than 20 crack sped stars are ex- bridge tolls being continued. shipping season. hard hilling willing mixer who +

i. of Flury Dyal. and the Lakeland car for thee Canova Pharmacy completed the pected to compete In the Tampa Jacksonville and South Jacksonville . will give him plenty of real action -
Mr. Dowling was badly cut bj Green racing classic, February 3, ralr'oft'lc1al will become one city Jan- *
(fr e me figure. The Bowling Installation of a modern new UUMPM HOME: : BREW
broken glass and his Injuries brought 8 3-4 cent The oth- tain Monday and the fOUD-1 say. uary 1, the petition continued, and .....- In the semi-final Kid Beckham

said to be erlous He was als
.taken to the hospital at Galnesvill'forUreatmeot. esterday berries were bringing ceived many compliments on the SMITH AIURDCtt:: TRIALIS collect tolls on the bridge which poured out a small quantity of I Hale of Columbus, Ga. The semifinal

\ Mr. Alvarez wa s nd 8 1.4 cents the pint In gen- fixture. It has the Frigidaire i CONTINUED than wid be a city street. home brew Monday, the storm sew I should be one of those old

...,unhurt. I with a few commanding 8 1-2 :freezing and cooling compartmentsfor In addition to connecting Jacksonville er near the courthouse being fashioned slug-fests tnat delight

i'" ,. r "'r, -.s. It was expected that theE keeping cream and fountain I Trial of Dennis; Smith, charged and South Jacksonville, the forced to carry off the highly boxing fans

; FIRE DESTROYS FARM IIOUSl s average would be around 8 syrups, and is complete in every I with, murder of C. C. McCall, prominent St. Johns river bridge is the gate- charged mineral water. The only There should be plenty of action

I, the pint.JUOUIE respect. naval stores operator of Union way to Florida's east coast, beingon excitement was caused by the explosion throughout the entire card, which t j jPAOJ1.2

I, f Fire completely destroyed th e e I county, set for last Monday in the route of the main highway of one of the bottles when Includes two preliminaries. The

.' ?old A.* VL Green farm home northwest I- OWE THOBNTON State highway department crews I circuit court at Lake Butler, was to coastal cities and south Florida. the cap was being pried off by the bouta will start at 8:30: o'clock

of Starke early Monday nigh I rjorle Ollie Thornton, 18 reconditioning 11 miles of road on continued until February 15th. 111- sheriff. with Johnny :Minardi, boxing ?,p

t.,The 'fIre was discovered short)y 1S old daughter\ of Mr. and Cross State Highway between.20- ness of Senator E. M. Johns, retained Miami Beach Annie's Hungarian .' champion of the University of

I, after It started but means of ftghl!t- E. Tronton of Starke, died Mile Bend and Six Mile Bend, lead- to assist States Attorney A. American Cafe opened at LaBelle Southern Sugar Co., Florida refereeing.

ing the flames were lacking an d sday night following a short Ing into Evergladea,. 3. Crews In the prosecution caused 316 Collins avenue. started first crew of men harvesting a

the .building was completely d eIll Funeral services were held postponement of the trial. Smith cane on extensive plantationsIn Miami Beach-Ada* and Hooper w

stroyed. The house was occuple d at home Thursday afternoon, j Winter Garden Equipment arriving will be defended by Joe Hill Williams Lantana-Municipal water plantto Everglades! ; approximately insurance agency, moved into Mead

1 up until a short time before It folid by Interment at Santa Fe for starting construction on I of Lake Butler, and CoL L. be void, aa result of special elec- $250,000 spent in preparing machinery building at Ten Hundred Lincoln
; fire waa discovered. cenlry. 'rebuilding Winter Garden road. 'I XX.Wad of Green Cove Springs tion. and building for harvest Road..

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MACIH.NBIn PElt CAPITA DEBT OF ; 4. Christmas holidays. children of Woodlawn spent
ANY STATE IN UNION: HAMPTON 1>lr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter and day the guests of Mr and Mu.Sun

In a masterly editorial In Its December MU. Ada NI.n... Cor. neth, and :Mrs. S. H. Thompson, N. Crawford. R.
25.-.-Florida's spent a Itw dalast wek at St. Mr. and Mrs. J.
l' 0 Issue, entitled "Every Jacksonville, Dec. L. Gaskin and
( Man His Owtf Leader" the Saturday 1930 governmental Indebtedness of George, Ga., at the bedside of Mr children Mrs. Jean Gaskina and

Evening Post sums up conditions 12 cents per capita( Is the lowestof Mrs M. L. Watterson, Mrs. O. R. Ftokes. daughter, Vlrgie. and lion, Charlie
I:' today In a way that anyone any state In the union, said a L. Harrison and Mrs. J. R Colley 3Vra. Jean Gaskins and children spent Friday at the home of Mr
': i't. have recently been shopping In attended the funeral of their oua- and Mra. W. C
I. can understand. It taketho wind cennus bureau report made public ..1041 !q, Ie A A'y' Cason at Raiford
: ;' out of BO-called economic and political : here today by the district office of Jacksonville. ? in, irs Beatrice bowling at lai- having gone there on account of
leaders who propone sure the bureau of foreign and domestic =:r. A. B. Fowler and fair to Sunday. the death of their cousin, Mrs.
:' cures for \Ills always at the tax commerce. who have( been residing in I r and Mrs. M. L. Thopson and Beatrice bowling, which occurred;

, I payers' expense. The gross debt of the gr.> _>'n- Saxon's cottage on Main eet, c Iren and Miss Mamie Thomp in a car accident Wednesday eve
" It say that "real leadership Is merit amounted to $12,872000, the have recently located ID Dynes' s< attended the Christmas tree ning.

r. developing among employes, business report showed, and the 'real debt cottage near the School Iding.. at awtey Thursday night. Mr. Jack Pringle of Maxvilla-
men and farmers who are con- of the state was JISO.OOJ' Rev. McGauley preaid two ex- 1''ra. W. N. Reddish Is ill at this was visiting Mr. W. C. Chesser
centrating on the Individual Job The per capita net debt of 12 cellent sermons at .e Baptist writing.! We wish her a speedy recovery !, Sunday afternoon.

'j", putting everything they have Into cent was compared to 71 cents in church last Sunday. Urn J. L. Oilskins Is very ill at
it, stripping their problems down 1915, and 22 cents in 1925. Mrs. J.P. Sulli' in spent the I little Eva Jean Reddish had the this writing with measles. All wish
to fundamentals, free from any Illusion It was pointed out the reportdid holidays with hern, A. L,. Sullivan ml d fortune of getting a button in her a .speedy recovery. .

that by some magic formula not Include obligations! of counties and Cleveland .Sullivan: of The- he' nose Sunday and was rushedto Mrs. James Rosier and children.

1 they can beat economic law so as cities, towns ')r other civil divisions ressa. the doctor and the button was spent Christmas holidays with her
), to Improve their condition." of the state, and' representsonly Mrs. J. F. Houser, Mrs J. R. Col- t 's The article goes on to point out the debt for which the state ley, Misses Francis and Shirley Mr. and Mra. J. L. Gaskins were Island Grove.

that, just as In the case of rubber, government is obligated. Colley. Miss Ruth William and Mrs r ri 1 visltlnga In Starke Thursday Mrs I.J?' Thompson "Mr. and
coffee and other products, not tot The highest per capita indebtedness J. L. Williams and Mrs. C. Van Al- sons, spent Christmas day with Mrs. Thompson and son Ken-

mention our own government experiments for any state was reported for stine, were the guests of Mrs. Ed ?4riif d. % :_Mr.___ Cart___ __.r'._. fainter., __._... Johns _at. ---- _
"to lift the price of agricultural Arkansas, $35.03. The average for Durban of Lawtey last Sunday Starke. --- I
products by their boot the 48 states was $15.02. Mrs. W. P. DIrt and children W. Mr. and Mrs. John Prevatt and ; x k i

.. 4 straps," prices dropped steadily California's per capita debt was M. DIrt and Miss Florrie Belle DIrt children of Wyama were visitingMr. i
until the simple little economlo law listed at $21,80. and the total net spent Christmas day with Mri. and Mrs. J. S. Norman Mon I
of.- Hiinnlv And- demand took' a 'hand. debt at 122576000. BIrt's slater Miss Ada Nimmo. day afternoon ; i
The Post emphasizes the ic'ithat ; I Mrs. I.. L. Bedenbaugh had as Mr. Walter Lee of Wildwood : I

our problems, local national TUSK riGIITINfl her guests last Sunday, her brf ther was visiting his wife Mrs. Lee at
end international, will yield to the FIRE: PREVENTION Ray Newaom of Starke and i7ak her parent's home here last week.
same commonsense thinking that family. Mrs, Gordon of the state farm (sk '
sensible men apply to their own I In comparatively recent years M. L. Watterson and family visIted was visiting her sister, Mrs: Ueo. a
affairs, If stripped of political humbug fire fighting has become a sclenco in Jacksonville last Sunday. Anderson Monday. n r'A
and commercialized economichot It Is an organized activity, reachIng R B Johns and family spent the Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McCormick
air. into every department of com week-end with his brother L. A tad children were visiting Mr. and A .
+" ; On our taxation question, which munity life. Adequate water sup- Johns and L. L. Bedenbaugh and Mrs. E. C. Johns the first of this iq1

,, It lists as possibly our outstanding plies are demanded. Equipmenthas family r week.
problem, it says: "It is time been developed to an extremely Mrs. J. L. Cooke and daughter, F Miss Mildred Norman left' :Mon-

I that government cut expenses high level of efficiency. Fire chiefs Gene, of Gainesville, spent the Jay for Valclco, where she will gI
:. cut out sinecures, padded payrolls, study their work exactly as phys- 'I' week-end with her mother, Mrs. ipend a few weeks working in the i

:. extravagance, graft and luxuries icians or lawyers study in preparation _Minnie.n'Un ..Tnhnn._____n 3f./r Cw-N. c.....",.. tt Rmlroail Palm strawberries. ntti
of all sorts from the one and two- for the practice of their pro- Rev. F. M. Taylor, Mrs. I. J. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter and

million dollar schoolhouses, that fessions. Priest and Mrs J. P. Sullivan at. son, Junior, spent Saturday night f
In the best of times, would be of It may be that the scientific ex- tended the singing service at with :Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter. '

doubtful value, with their fads and actness of modern fire fighting has Kingsley Lake Church last Sunday FIVE MILE WOODLAWN Misses Myrtle and Mamie Lou
expensive frosting, down to these to a degree dulled our sensibilitiesin afternoon.A Norman were the guests of their
backroad boulevards. When enough the matter of prevention. Few public reception was given last Mr*. F. P. Dekle Cor. (Myrtle Norman Cor.) sister, Mrs. Oscar, Carter Sunday.Mr. .

:men become their own leaders, they fires nowadays get out of hand. Wednesday evening, Dec. 23 to the Jerry Witcher and Morris .
will get together and do something But--It should be realized-every new pastor of the Methodist Carter left business
Mr. and< Mrs. P. P. Dekla were Mrs. Bennett Wilkinson and chil- Monday on a .
about taxation that Is confiscation. fire entails expense to the community church. Rev C. L. Mathison, and to k.I
among those attending the cane- dren and Vicle Hodge of Heilbronn trip Georgia. it. y
"The greatest leader that the -and to every Individualwho his wife. Addresses were given in grinding at the home of Mr. and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs There will be church at Heil I
world has ever produced could not lives or works In that com- behalf of the church by Prof. L. II. Mrs. Willie Parrish Tuesday eve- Leamon Norman Christmas. I bronn Saturday :night and Sunday.BOOTSEY'S .
help a soft, get-rich-quick, crime- munity. Almost fire could
every Futch and for the winter touristsby Mrs.
ning. Maggie Browning spent
ridden nation that Is have been 1
not self-re prevented.It
Rev. J. B. Ackley and to the
The music for the gathering was Christmas with her daughte, Mrs. I
liant in Its affairs and Is a better to I
personal thing prevent afire
community by Rev. F. M. Taylor.
furnished by Julian Dekle, Rance Theo Rosier at Raiford. BEACH
whose citizens are not fighters for than to put one out after It
The pastor and his wife received
and John K. Parrl h. Mr. Carl Rosier of Coleman .
efficiency and honesty In its several has started Today a good fire department piJ .
many substantial gifts, Including a O. P. Dekle and Julian Dekle attended spent a few days with his parents, (L. Gaskins, Cor.)
governments. makes prevention its nice plump turkey for their Christ a party at the home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier during ><<< '<,..'
"In some respects we have gone most Important activity. It inspects dinner. 0"' >+'
mas ,
and Mrs. Bill Galney Thursday eve- Christmas.Mr. y. "V< t.,4
ahead in America, in others we homes, enlists the coopera- of children ,,''''J.?',>! : 'f.t'
The public Masonic Installationat Quite a large crowd 'I"u.t n. .
have fallen behind. As a nation our tion of businesses, suggests safe ing. and Mrs. W. H. Norman and p4G : "'.. 4",,,,,x',,,,,,, ..",."' :;[)! .!<:,... .
> WV'rIi
I the city hall last Monday nightwas from here attended the community ,, ,' ... "
Rev. S. S. Proctor of T. !.e *ut- son, Donald. Miss Debbie Phillips y ..<" ". < '
>> fibre is weaker our fighting con- guards. But this work has been well attended and enjoyed by Christmas sponsored by Ameri- i<'zJ$<"""J :y.'."" "",,,<-t't f;'
ler dinner at the home left Monday to few ,
was a. guest spend a days .'* .1f, !,
dition is softer. We want government sadly hampered-as has the work < Jtttt: "
all who are interested in Masonry. can Legion at Starke last week. :
ot Mr. and Mrs. P. P Dekle Christ- with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Milliard .-
i pap. of those private organizationswhich A Masonic Legion was beautifully Mr. T. D. Proctor and at Valrlco Mr. W C. Chesser was transactIng '
"It is always possible to find a labor for fire prevention mas day + LAND .,. .,
delivered by Rev. F. M. Taylor. business In Starke Thursday.
their guests Mrs. Pit Varnes of Jacksonville
family were supper ,
who might make us bo- by public apathy. There .are It Is said to be of the Mrs. J. and
one greatest Christmas evening, after which all spent a few days with her parents, Ray Quinn daughter,
.: have. nut what a sorry finish for thousands or homes and buildingsIn recitals that has ever been delivered repaired to the home of Mr. andMrs. Mr. and Mra. J. M. Rosier last .uclle, of Higgston. .Ga., and Mrs. T 1REBY HANGS A ,
a free people with tradition of Initiative which new wiring Is needed, in TAIL: be 'pI
at Hampton. Rev. J. B. Ack- L.,. B. Dekle, where they enjoyed week. Jerry Dryden of Yulee, were visitIng Japanese Tosa-fowl.
and individualism behind which rubbish has been allowed to ley acted as installing officer Rev.F. a musical. The music was Mr. W. E. Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Crawford 'believe it not, has a tail of soft

; them. which accumulate here and. there, In 1 M. Taylor as Marshal. Inter- furnished by L. S. Dekle and P.P. Raymond Waters, Mrs. Raiford I first of the week.C. feathersgifted e feet long. When the ".
American and
Every citizen should gasoline similar house-
esting talks were made by several Carroll and I E. Crawford was transacting b goes for a walk
read the Post hold Dekle. noted fiddlers, with Julian son and Miss Nettle an attendant -
editorial as an Incentive explosives are mishandled.
of the Hampton people, and an Interesting Johns business In Starke Mon- Dekle as guitar accompanist. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. prevent
to Individual effort and to, Many of the owners of such prop-
strengthen his determination to erties know this-and do address was delivered by Julian also rendered serveral solos. E. C. Johns Saturday. day.Mrs. injury toe feather What fertile .
Mr. Archibald Thomas of Starke. Miss Bertlce James Rosier and Charlie of material
Misses Gladys Duke and Omega Norman of Heil sour Baron Mun-
They have the best intentionsin
our the .
carryon government as may
Mr. Axil Olson and sister
outstanding of individual- the world Mrs. Dukes, accompanied by O. P. Dekle bronn was visiting her cousin, Gaskins were visitors to Island chausep"! ertsoked.e .
exponent they
plan on
Omstead, and Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Grove Sunday. .
Miss Mamie Lou
in Starke Norman
ism as contrasted with paternalist taking the necessary steps for safety left last for were shopping Thursday.We Saturday -
Ackley, Tuesday south
: and bureaucratic policies which "soon'-but that Is of little benefit regret to report Dana Dukeon night. -- --- -
Florida where will
pile up taxes to conflscatory pro when the blaze starts. eral weeks the they guests spend of friends sev- the sick list and wish for him a Miss Jeannette Carter of Hell- '

portions and make the citizen a Fire prevention Is a duty an individual and relatives. speedy recovery.Mr. bron, was visiting Miss Debbie
mere workhorse' for a top-heavy owes to his community. end Mrs. Eugene Hall an- Phillips Sunday. makefiiree-yearloans totlceofsatisfactery'nmiation
load of officeholders.We When that Idea is firmly implanted nounce the birth of a son, Dec. 24. There was a large crowd that x

are rapidly approaching the in the public mind, the war Miami Beach Additions and The young man has been, named attended prayer meeting at the who want a co rap lei training at the
forks in the road where we will against fire will be a success Improvements being made at Villa Holland Woodworth. home of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Nor-
have to follow the straight course Venice Supper Club, 14th street We extend our sympathy to Mrs. man's Sunday night. ( i' i J
ahead which represents American and ocean, at cost 10000. J. Math Dukes In the death of her Mr. and Mrs. Odem Denmark ol
Write fort ar+i ulars. Dttnkerijox 664.MaconCA.
traditions and Ideals, or take the Clearwater State Highway Plant City Construction started uncle.. Mr. Elisha Kite. Jacksonvlle were visiting Mr. and >
Hide road which is filled with the- No. 15, running east and west In on gymnasium at Risk and Pal Mr: and Mrs. P. P. Dekle had as .
oretical churckholes and experiments front of Seminole soldiers' home mer streets, one block east of guests Saturday Miss Josephine! ---- -- 1-------.
site, will be widened by state to school. hn.
which cause miring, break- Blume and M. P. Dekle.
down and delays In the normal 100-foot right of way and BO foot State Road No. 23, old Tampa Mrs. Pearlle Hodges, Messrs. L. .; s'i

progress of a well built economic pavement. road between Plant City and Tampa G. and ,Earnia Johnson, Mr. and 1
machine. Marianna Marianna Fruit Co. to be repaired during 1932. Mrs. Jim Blume, :Mr and Mrs. Ray-
purchased pedlgred Leghorn chick- Bradenton-Dr. O. O. Fairchild mond were recent guests of the
I ens of Klnatry Poultry. Farm and, opened Battle Creek Sanitarium office Misses Blume.

at local yerne"8--post Improvements office. made here.plans extensive poultry Industry at 14th St., and 6th Ave., foi. Mr. and Mrs. Inches, Mr. and on

season. Mrs. Charle Douglass, Mr. Bland
s- Misses Alice and Thel-
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ma Douglass were recent guestsof
SCHOOL DAYS Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Duke. .
By DWIG Mr, and Mrs R. K. Dukes visited 0's
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. O. Green Mon-

day of last week.
( Mrs. S. J. Dukes, Mr. and Mrs. -
S( GO ON l I TAI"SA SMOKE!i IT WLLvw M. P. Dekle visited Mr. and Mrs.P. .rwit1

e MAKE. CCATWLV: \ SICK: kiT \'oO'1 P. Dekle Wednesday of last
"CIS'I'ff1J D6AD- v week. -
VOOIoT WILL SMEVU OK 'rtJu1He. \.. Dr. J. E. Mamas was a professional .
ar BRea1 % wtt kISSES 'IOIJ GoOD visitor in our section Thurs-
o HiSHT MOM "\'E. THe \-\\te. RISN1r day.K. -- -

eLEV ,T.ON. P. and J. P. Dekle attendedthe 1
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OFF ball game in Lake Butler Fri :
us \NASTY 5fT're.RtJRtt'f day afternoon.. SAFETY

c ,r TASTe> ROWS, VOOR.) TeewSTONT5 AI'It Mrs. P. P. Detde and lions were J

VDO *.. 6ftoiVMTrttiPS \ \ pri' EVER'r4lrt6/ shopping in Lake Butler Saturday.J. fG

RIGHT-\ LIGHTER\\. W .". 1'. Dekle, Sen F. Gainey and
ITA tIQ'j son, Howard, were chopping In
Lake Butler Wednesday. Every time you slept' up to 55-60-65 and
Mr. Rance Parrish attended the "
dance at the home of Mr. and Mrs. your tires are bad vorn you are taking

1 f s Norman ning. Parrish Thursday eve- that proverbial gamer's chance one shot

T. F. Townsend was a business hi a hundred. J

'H1 visitor. D.to Proctor our section was attending recently.T. to Why play such long Ids when you can buy

business this section Wednesday.He comfort ease of rid mileage and, above

and was children.accompanied by his wife all, Safety at so loy cost.

Avery and John K. Parrlsh of Pennsylvania Tires le all the chance out of
the Brooker section were visitors
here Tuesday.Mr. motoring. f
and Mrs. Claude Renfroe
were guest of 6r. and Mrs. R E. Come in today and/uip your car with these

Parrish Friday. tires.
fine first line hignuality
Mr, and Mrs; Jim Goodge and
family were guests of relatives
here recently. Tires'
Mrs. P. p. Dekle called on Mrs. petnu1a.ia*
O. T>. FalrclothWednesday.
Mr. and Mra. P. P. Dekle have as I:' ,: ._" -'- 'If' . --.. : -- '"J I
? guests this week Mrs. Ranew and
V Miss Ranew of Plnetta, Mesdames 1
I C. ... Varnes and E. V. Wilson of
Jackionvllle. Courtesy Servie StationD.

Mr. Ancel Parrish of Brook.er

relative spent Sunday here visiting with Montieth, Pro/, Phone 13

ClAude Varnes of Jacksonville U

spending his vacation here with Starke Flojda
1 4 kle.his cousins, Klrke and Julian De ,


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i GREENWOOD nephew( Mr. and Mra. B. :21: Me- ,i
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f,3ET[, BY RED CROSS I K.nininljne Frlngta/; Cor. Ml' 0 Audrey McRue U .spendinga '

I I ted ..ya with her brother and .,
,I -JMr. ter-ln-Inw at Crestview. .

t J S. Sapp and children AC- Miss Hazel Underhill apent
Relief! Given to Distressed
r LIVE STATE NEWS J companied by his father, Mr. J. B. Tburodity In Jacksonville with her

i S. S Helps in Meeting Serious Situ- Kapp spent a few days with his. coualna Mr. and! Mrs. Hugh Haiti- ,

brother at Wauchula.
ation wanger.
Chairman .;
I Says. Mr. Cheathem Peele, of Ft. Ben- Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Conner spent

I nlng, Ga, spent a few days. with Friday with her parents, Mr. and

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGFSt. I "The your of the great drought" his mother, Mrs Hester Sapp re Mrs W. C. Clemons of Hcilbronn.\ :. ,
.. as these past twelve or more cently. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Proctor: and
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I months will be known to future 11. C. A. Pringle and Ray Pringle children of Lake Butler, spent Friday 4/ ,

Petersburi Discovery of a dens aid sp sc thai ,.Jllions generations, wrought great damage were visiting Mr J C. Pringle Sun- with her parents, Mr and Mra., "

i new deposit of avertlao marble of fish nave Ij lied, / aging to millions. Not alone did the day morning. J. E. Norman.Mr. .

covering hundred of acres of the in size from U !.:I.nOW80 five ; : crops, wtlcli were burned I lrtlMf > -id Mrs. Leslie McClellan and Mrs. J. J. Morgan were' ;.'

t north end of Mhdet'a" island together and six poun,
J with the I'tno\.nI.ement that Mrs. R. H F h Friday Vanderbilt.Mr. .
it !Is hoped to 4uary the stone for St. Pttersbu r 'u Bummer s>t 1930, dcprir several I Mr. J D. and
\\'S /-- A society burg- Pee St. Clair Mouley, Mrs H. M. McRae spent '
', use in the new soldiers home, was lar whoia polls: hi ve labeled "The million persona; of tv but the Kay Pringle, L* le McClellan Cohen Saturday with his brother, Mr. M.

1' made today ty A. B. Archbold Cat" because c hi. nightly forays drought disaster con'' tied In the and Cheatb n Peele motoredto J. McRae of Crosby Lake.

owner of the land. Discovery of on homes where pa lea are in progress summer of 1931 111'' i northwest the Jackson? Ja airport Sunday Mr. and Mra. T. E. Haltlwanger 'i:'t ,

the marble was made by workmen was being sought with more ern'states and also /ought other ternoon. and children of Jacksonville, ,tare

cutting throe: Jh a new road on the vigor than ever tonight. It all came minor catastrjpher n Us wake, Miss Mario' Griffis spent Sat- spending few daya here with '

island. about aa the result of a Christmas such aa forest fire and the grans urday with hI( cousin, Misses Pen- her sinter Mrs. Walter Underbill.Mian 'l f.

present received by Detective ChiefE. hopper plague. cle and Jam! Supp. Hazel Underhill in/ spending .

l DeLand-A five-pound boy was E. Llpphard of the police de More than a .*r has elapsed Misses F:' .malyne Pringle and a few days in Frostproof with

born today tj Leon Wyatt of HighPoint partment. Llpphard and his men 'HUI/PTY/ DUWWY" REFUTED' Although all the since the Am ,icon Red Cross Evelyn Mor ley were visiting their friends.
N. C., and his wife "Prin- have been chasing the "Cat" for King' launched la Ar ust 1930 its cousin Mr Cohen Peele Sunday. Mr. S S. Dowling motored to
aortei nd all the King's men couldn't do it thousands of t .1
cess" Marguerite< Beremlatets three weeks. Today Llpphard opened Camp Fir moves for re' et of the drought.. Mr. Kft St. Clair and Earl Moa- this section Monday.
Wyatt, members of a show group. a neatly wrapped packageand Sirls tl roughout the Country repair doll who have hud worn tall than stricken farm rs, and In that time ley were ouslnesa visitors in Mac- Miss Lizzie Harnage of Vanderbilt

The mother Is 42-Inch midget, a large black mechanical cat .ver w ;rt known in the Dumptjr family. Just before Christmas the girls more than f 150,000 persons were clenny T luraday.Mm. apent Sunday with Audrey

weighing but 45 pounds.'The jumped out and walked across the cress, repair, and give school-girl complexions to thousands of dolls given food, clothing, medical aid, Jhocn Pccle was visitingMrs. McRae. ;

father Is normal, five feet eight ; floor. A note dropped out nearby.It who have seen better days. Restored to the bloom of youth the dogs shelter or < .he* type of assistance. W'Aldo Pringle Sunday after .

Inches tall. A CaeBarlan'operation I said: "To my pal. Merry Zmas. begin life anew la tlu> homes el Uttln underprivileged chUuica at CbiUiOMJ At no perl) d during this year were noon.Mr. Frostproof-.,Scott Hardware Co.

was necessary. Physicians at De- Meow." t/'t there Rev it than 70,000 persons and< Mm Nathan Starling opened S, 10 and 25 cent store in

Land Memorial hopltal announcedboth __ _u ___ ___ being aid ,d and at the peak of the were visiting her parents Mr. and. room formerly occupied by P. G.

mother and child were. In Alachua-Fire of accidental ori- relief wr k on March 1, last more Mra. K H. Putch Friday Furniture Store.Jacksonville .

good condition. gin today destroyed a dry kiln and mas in Jasper visiting relatives and than 2.f JO.OOO persons were being' Mr. and Mrs. J. W Saunders of I -- Zahra's Depart-

approximately 00,000 feet of lum- NEWRtYER friends. helped. the Penney Farms/ were visitingher ment Store at 1950 Main street,

St. Petersburg 65-foot guide ber owned by W. F. Duke and Co., Quite a large crowd from here Todd /, still as a result ot the parent, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. held opening recently. jjj i

boat the Miss Florida It, was taken lumber manufacturer. Damage was Ml*. B..l. 9a>Pp, Cor attended the Christmas tree given droug* t, the Red Cross U giving Prlngle. j ,

for a four-mile ride on Tampa estimated! at $8,000. The fire waa ,- -- by the American Legion in Starke eaten led relief In parts of North Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Crews ()fLake '=II

bay by a giant devilfish but it was believed to have started shortly Death of Mrs. 3, *t. Brewer Wednesday night. Dakota Washington and Montana, Alfred were visiting her sister -

.,... I the devilfish that eventually was after o'clock this afternoon near The death angel visited the home Messrs. J. L. and M. L. Johns who e resources of hundreds of Mrs Waldo Prlngle. Had Suffered 25

put on the spot here yesterday. The the dry kiln from a carelessly were visiting in Lawtey Sunday fan lies were wiped out this pant Mr. W. B. Grlffls of Maxvllle
of Mrs. J. B. Sun-
fish was harponed near Fort Dade. thrown match!: or cigarette. After and Brewer took early morning.Mr. summer when a second and more was visiting his niece, Mrs. Daisy Long Years; Now
day morning a
It towed the boat four miles beforea consuming the kiln and its capacity. away : and Mrs. J. L. Johns and severe spell of dry weather was Pringle Saturday.Mr. .

30-30 bullet finally ended its life. of 30,000 feet of lumber the flames loving Mrs. mother.Brewer died froman Miss Essie Sapp and Mr. Martin p-olonged In that region. J. C. Pringle and son. Marshall Well And Happy 1

The devilfish, weighing approximately I spread to a drying shed nearby in Suddenly Sattler of the state farm were visiting This drought relief presented. the of Maxville were visiting Mr ;,
attack of acute She
2500 pounds and measuring I which approximately 60,000 feet of was born about indigestion.1882 and was friends In Jacksonville Christ- greatest task that has ever been C. A. Pringle Sunday afternoon.Mr. Complications -Ended Like Magic; I

20 feet across, was brought to port :lumber was stored. Prompt arrival mas afternoon. undertaken by the Red Cross as a Jim Sapp of Russell, was She Gains 13 Pound. '
about 1 60> of at the time
here and the city pile driver press and efficient work of the years age Mrs. B. F. Renfroe and children peacetime activity. The MlnsIqHlppl' visiting Mr. C. A. Pringle Monday. 4/
of her death. She has been a resi-
ed Into serviceto lift it to the High Springs fire department was Mr. Everett Renfroe and Mrs Amy Valley'! flood of 1937, while mom Mr. C. A. Pringle and Kay Prin- Regardless o f :
dent of Bradford for the .
dock today. 'said by W. F. Duke, president of county Rutledge and Miss Mildred Ren spectacular and calling for relict gle were in Starke Monday. how long or how > '. "XN, :
past several years. of a costlier because homes ;< .< :'
froe of Ft. have type, severely you'vesuffered M-
the company, to have saved the She leaves to her death Myers been visit- Mr. and Mra. H. O. Rivers of \ i
Jacksonville A case of the saw and planing mill from destruc- ing Mr and Mrs, R. J. Turner for and poHflnaslons were. swept away, Lawtey were visiting her daughter. : with
her mother Mrs. Oelger of New affected.
hardly one fourth the I
teacher before tion. The mills the past few days. number Mrs Waldo stomach trouble,
being taught appeared. were damaged Prlngle' Sunday.
Smyrna and three sisters namely, of i
people who suffered because .
Judge I. M. Anderson. The slightly. Mr. Sam Crews left Monday fora Mr. and Mrs Cohen reels and indigestion, loss .
Mrs. Ida Jones, Mrs Marjorie Par- of the drought.In .
teacher was a woman who, accord- visit In Ft. Myers and other parts Mr. Carl Reddish were visiting Mr. of appetite, weakness : u
rish of New Smyrna and Mrs. addition to the broad programof w '
ing to her testimony, decided to Quincy Attorneys argued be- of South Florida.Mr. J D. Peele Saturday evening.EV1RGREBN sleeplessness '
Emily Gllason ()t Starke, one drought relief still being carried '
get drunk in order -to teach her fore Circuit Judge E. C. Love here Norman Wiggins of Jack- headaches, J
brother, Mr. J. S. Geiger of New on, John Barton Payne chairman "
husband a lesson. 'I thought if he today on the question of whetherthe sonville spent Christmas at home of the American backaches and ?-:.. J
and Lucian lied
Smyrna, two children, Cross,
could see me drunk he wouldn'tdrink state road department can and with relatives and friends. toxic pains, take
has given the
and Higginbotham 17 following suggestion
Alph ages Mrs. N. M. Laird
any more," she explained.She should be ordered by the court to Mr. Guy Andrews who is attending to Chapter-chairmen In hope-for Sargon
and 11 of New River besidesa regard to
succeeded in getting drunk build a bridge. The case was a large years number of. relatives and school at the University of unemployment relief: "Where Mr.. .... A. 1t..I..... r.... Is at hand with a record behind"it:

but result was that she and friend mandamus action ra which W. I. friends. > Florida, Is spending the holidaysat there Is suffering and want from that cannot be denied. Mra. N. M.

hubby had a fight. The uproar Stinson of DeFuniak Springs and home. any cause and the fundamental Laird, 488 Boulevard, S. E. Atlanta '.
I Mrs. Brewer has been: a faithful
Mr. and Mrs. Hlbcrt Gnann and
brought police and caused her ar other Walton county citizens seeka member of the Christian churchat Mr. D. W. Kelly and daughter, local needs are not being met, says: "I'm amazed at the way
rest. She learned the lesson insteadof court order directing the road department Miss Lorle Kelley, were transactIng -, Chapters may participate In the children of Okahumpka spent the Surgon overcame troubles I'd been
Long Bridge rot the past several here with Mr. and Mrs. '
her husband. to construct a bridge business in Starke Wednesday community plans for meeting the holidays suffering'with 25: years I had the.. .
The church has losta
J. K. Roaler.
t+ over the Choctawahatchee riveron afternoon. nenil." most terrible attacks of Indigestion .
_. faithful devout member who was Mrs. A. E. Thompson"of Klsulm-
u. u Mr. Martin Sattler of the state Imaginable. I had to have
Gainesville-The petrified bones state road No. 10 in Walton deed Some type of general family relief f4Y'stomach
',.I, of two manatees or sea cows were county. The taxpayers claimedthe always willing to da a good blessed farm and Miss Essie Sapp were whether for the drought. victims mee and Mrs W. L. Armstrong of pumped out twice a week. ,

discovered in Gainesville yesterday county advanced! funds for for her church and her visiting in Sampson City Sunday the unemployed l or the war Dover, were visiting their sister Rheumatism developed In my knee by,

by city mosquito inspectors. Fossil highway-and bridge work and that Savior well known I morning. veteran and his family were car Mra. Schellle Rosier Sunday before Joints and 1 just had to drag my
Mrs. Brewer
. remains of sharks also were found. the road department made the was Mrs S. N. Johns Is visiting her tied on by more than 3.000 Red 1 last.Cheatham foot along In walking. I lost weightand :

The bones Indicated sea cows about highway Improvements but has not throughout our community and I daughter, Mrs. C. B. Brown in Cross chapters last year. Judge Peele of Ft. Bennlng my nerves were In frightful -'l
was loved by all Who knew her. Ga., spent a few days last week
SO: feet in length. Scientists at the built the bridge although the pro- Sampson City., Payne said. condition. Since taking Bargon I ry
University of Florida here laId! ject was Included In the depart She is and will be greatly missedIn Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Moody and "The drought! relief work of hero with relatlvcn. eat anything I want and every blgtx v

manatee Inhabited the salt wavier ment's annual budget for three successive our community. We all renderour family spent Christmas with his 1930-31," he added "the relief now Mr. and Mrs. Everett Futch of stomach trouble Is gone. The' ?

of this region several million years.PalatkaRev.. sympathy to the dear children sister, Mrs Henry Brown.. being'extended following last sum spent the holidays with their par- rheumatic pains. have disappeared :;

:_ years ago. Gainesville Is about 60 who have lost a loved one. We We are glad to report that Mr. mer's drought, principally In Montana enta near Lawtey my nerves are normal and Ive .

t' miles from the ocean. The fossil E. H. McGaha, local should not grieve over our dear Joe Moody who la' In the hospitalat and North Dakota; the assistance Rev L. A. Donnelly of Starke gained 13 pounds and am strongerand

remains will be' placed on display pastor and Putnam county pro- relative and friend P-a we are sure Gainesville! is Improving rapidly which Is being given to filled his regular appointment here more alert than In years. I'mnot d

+ at the Florida State Museum university batlon.of1'icer. was in jail tonight she is at rest with Jesus We can- and we all hope to see him return ex-service men and their families: Saturday/ night and Sunday. constipated In the least since

waiting for authorities to completean not bring her back to us again but ;I home in a few days. end the part which several hundred Mrs R S. Router and children taking Sargon Pills." Sold by Ca- -

er campus.iChristmasIt's investigation of the slaying of we can surely go to meet her in I Chapters are taking locally in their i were visiting Mra. J. D. Peele Sun- nova Pharmacy, Starke.WHITTLE. .tJ1l'

a far cry from John L. Malone during a Christmasraid I glory where there will be no more HollywoodLayne Co., building communities' relief measures are I day afternoon. :n

the north pole where Santa Claus on a atlll. No charge has pain. sorrow, death or separation. four piers on which will be erected activities of the Red Cross, national : Mrs J. S. Rosier B. E. and J. Q. ye
The remains of the dear one were and local which Rosier were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
elevated water stor- have
100,000-gallon met -
lives to Christmas Florida sur- been made against him. The minister ..:..... ; t
laid to rest in the crews cemetery age tank. and are meeting some of the serious W J1le Reddish Sunday. afternoon
. rounded, as it Is by palms, tall directed two sheriff's depu-
Monday afternoon at 3:30.: The Plant City -- Egg plant being needs of the present situation." Carl Reddish spent the weekendhere '
cypress and exotic tropical foliage ties to the still, near Kenwood and
services conducted from carload lot wllli his sister Mrs Cohen .
funeral were by shipped< here In ,
But the community is having a joy- as the raiders approached, Malonewas
I her pastor.. Rev_. c_._ <_T. _Rutler.___ __ The_ Pet la. I ')
Yuletide this antith- to run through the woods. ,
despite seen
ous pallbearers were Messrs. E .A. I RED GROSS RELIEF IN Mr. and Mra; S Rosier were ,
esis. Christmas is about 20 miles There was a shot and Malone fell i iI /
II. Qua and visiting Mr. and Mra. Willie Reddish
M. Wynn -
Sapp, Moody
east of Orlando and census figures mortally wounded by buckshot In
. I credit It with 100 Inhabitants. Live- I his back. McGaha was quoted by I'I Nathan. Tillis. Many beautiful 79 DISASTERS IN YEAR Sunday tt tg.
I floral offerings were given as the Cohen Peele was a visitor to .
stock Is plentiful here, to say nothing the deputies as saying his shotgun
of the abundant supply of wild was accidentally discharged when last tribute of 'respect we could Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.
I I show our dear one whom we all Misses Evelyn Mosley and Em-
game. Within a stone's throw of he tripped on some underbrush. Forest Fires Plagues Storms
loved much. malyne Pringle spent' Sunday with 't
very .
the village are to be found quail, The sheriff said McGahil was not'

rabbits and ,deer. Christmas and connected with his office in any official 1 Card of Tiunk| Earthquakes, as Well as Mrs. Cohen Peele.

vicinity is considered one of the capacity. The pastor declined We wish to express our heartfelt Drought, Call for Help. FOR A PRIZE ;..
finest hunting grounds in the state. to say lf_he was a federalunder .
thanks to all those who were so $1000.00 in each and
cover mm. prius one thousand
I Sarasota The state game com I faithful to us during the sudden The forest fires which have raged RISING other prizes are offered for ex'a
death of our darling mother, sister Itll. ample of km with '
missioner last night advised J. H. Tampa-A 25: per cent reductionin : in Idaho and other western sections a 'Jactkmf Entl'iumay
and daughter and for the thla year have presented a serious be any kind of model figure or especial
Sarastota sportsman by Florida citrusto
Tucker, freight rates on .
skill and
wire, that a truck and crew from the Southeast and an 18 percent beautflul flowers that cover the disaster one of a number, in add! Mr. and Mra. Dunkley of Jacksonville ,carving made entirely requiring of wood, and .,0 1

I the state fish hatcheries would arrive -. reduction from Atlantic Coast Line mound where our dearest one +1 t ayy tlon to the enormous drought relief spent Sunday here with with no other tools than a JacUm/c/o;- 'SFI.

here today to seine out thousands -I and Seaboard Air Line territory to sleeps. ai problem which have been met by her sinter, Mrs Evelyn Crosby ... .
Her antl relatives. Pll.. ...............,, .$J50
j ,of water holes and canal dips |I New York and Boston has been family : the American fled Cross relief Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Goodman Suond Prl..................S100 t t:

removing hundreds of thousands of' approved by the railroads, SenatorJ. -- forcefl. of Gulf Hammock, spent the holidays Third, Pl/,................... S71
stranded game fish, black bass, J. Parrish of Tltusville, chairmanat Quite a large crowd attended the Iq:4A8 Suffering, faith and courage are with Mr. Jessie Morgan.Mr. Fourth Prlit..,............. 130 a

warmouth perch and bream in the a conference of railway executives Christmas program and Christmas + : i contained in a story coming from and Mrs. Eddie Norman and Fifth/ Prli................... SIS ,a d
tree at New River school Tuesday the Priest River section\ In Idaho, children of Lake Wales the And iln llwra ... < '
river. Due to the lengthy and shippers announced to- : spent 0-"',- M |19 prim n4
,; :Mlakka 4* 'y of ,,,,,,, .' y
night. All enjoyed the program tolJ by a volunteer Red Cross work. any $500 a.b. In .JJo IOCW po.ui'.
period of dry weather In this section day. The conference was held at NEW COMMANDER OF I holidays here with their parents ju-kknlvo. will "b dbtrtbuWfJ to all nn.. ft* y
December 10 and very much. er as follow.: Mr. and Mrs. J. 1<1. Norman.Mr. cub awftrd And thaw naWug h.n..sablq'
holes rapidly dryingup Jacksonville ,
the are Miss Louise Andrews of Morris- INFANTRY IN CHINA : Cot "Picture a happy little homesteadnear and Mrs. W D. McRae and mennon. la CMt :tea duplicate pUM will b* 19
wart Parrish said all the roads
Is Senator
and It reported by game ton Is the guest of tier sister, Mrs. Reynolds J. Hurt (above) has the banks of Priest river In daughters, Inez and Hester and 11- lit
over which shipments originatingin just All ruta and Jmilf of thli mount a.. fa the"
M. F. Wiggins.Mr. been appointed to relieve CoL J. northern Idaho. While father wltlf .
be handled at the balsa Florrlo Jackson left Sundayfor (WM at Pupglut Mechanic. +' tt now CM ail*.
Florida are to and Mrs. Alton Moody and Taylor, as commandant of the 15thU. a little son tagging/ at his heels, la their home In Palmetto after Bur a sent any newMtunJ or .onaulc one at d
power rate will participate. The in China. your library. You do not hive tg be" ft regularruder. / '?
Mrs. Wesleyohn.lS spent Christ- S. Infantry Tientsin, out tending crops and adding to the .
I I upending the holidays here with
Florida East Coast railway while 1
clearing. mother is at home mnkln;' -
agreeing to the reduction to the preparations for another arrival relatives. POPULAR MECHANICS IU(
Senator Parrtah said Mr. and Mra. D. Harnage, Mr.
Then comes the fire demon
\ sweeping ,and Mrs. Cecil Mann and. Mr. J. R. MAGAZINE
had not announced a cut in shipments all In Its path. While father
., to eastern ports Althoughit fights to protect his little home, thr Harnage of Mountverde, spent Sat- 100 Eat Ontario. S*..4 CHICAGO ILL. 'a

Is understood it will join lateron stork announces Its arrival. I _._ .. _. '
an equal basis with the Seaboard "Mother and baby are bundled In _.._ _J"'_ '_"_ ...._.____ _.__ )-

and Coast Line. a quilt and loaded on a truck for r.

the rare through the flaming forest

Father drives the truck find the lit THE

TampaConstruction. under tie boy site at bl. mother's side, TIMESUNIOtl'r

way on $40,000 building In 200 brushing away the sparks which fall -

\ Block on South Tampa street, by like rain upon the Improvised Itt 20c liEU WEEK OU 85c PER MONTH ;>e
i" Dr. Fred Dupree and J. W. Dupree, 1 3 a a ter." I,

t **** **- a i owners, for Smith Chevrolet Co. To the Red! Cross worker the DeAr Cu.'itomcr'C-

Bleaches MarUnna Ma'a Pic and Pay m they e-premecl her anxiety: to ,k
Quickly No. 2 grocery store opened in Lime return to the hills to rehabilitate the Please be advised that beginning January 1st I shall 'i 9-

Muddy Skins Products building by Francis T !, little homestead. All they possessed require all subscribers to pay in advance. '(d.

vanish McKinnon. was lost In the forest flrt*. The Red 1-
I Dull blemishes,ordinary and appearances defective features Hollywood--Louis Kaplan men's #
: aa are forgotten under the lure of the clothing merchant, purchased Robbins -I ,' Is working to help then rebuild der you the service you have been getting. S ;'l>"

beauty Instantly r n- Inc.. Central Arcade and reopened -i their homes. )i- ,
dered.bewitching Beneficial in correcting for business. Altogether seventy-nine disaster I wish to thank you for the patronage in the past ,

tan abblne 8. freckle, wrinkles, Tampa-Annual horse show of railed for Red Cross help and money and to assure you of even better service in the future. r

OOUfWJD'SORIENT4L. Tampa Horse Show Association WHEN REICHCRS BROKE AIR MARK: Loa Rrichrs. during the year just closed Asld'
will be held in February. i from the drought. which rwitre" ) Yours truly] i
flying aviation editor of North Arlington N. J, I Is seen being greeted f
Tarpon Springs Grocery and by friends as be arrived at Curtis Airport, Havuu.'Caba. after break. services ot volunteer workers num 'CLAYTON v ;
vegetable store opened for businessIn | lag the speed record from New York to Havana, formerly held by C art baring more than 60,000, and alrI. Agent.

CREAM I Hibiscus street next to Western uuo Prank Hawka. Rucbera completed the flight in sis fcoors l

Whks.. H.raa. Yet ........ ....... Union. forty-seven mlnntx

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Mr. Haislope and family moved. I The children; of Miller school en- the 3rd Friday in January on ac .. Christmas holidays here with relatives -

J from North Carolina to Kentuckyand : ''joyed a Christmas tree and pro- county of teachers' meeting being SAMPSON CITY .
lived there several years, but,, I gram at the Harmony church last on 2nd Friday. All members are Miss Mable Mills of Plant City,
In 1884 he moved to Starke, and I Thursday night, and all had a fine requested to be present. Mlw Dorothy Smith Cor. was visiting Miss Mildred Brough

ocletrA I has resided here ever since. In time Miss Mary Lucille Torode Is visIting .- --- --_.---, --- ton here last week.
t 1923 he lost his wife and since that ..---- In Jacksonville Mrs Mr. Ellis Starling of Plant City
: time he has lived with his daughter I Methodist Church and Mrs. H. i?. Jones and waa visiting Mr. Kd Parrish here
Mrs. Sallle Tlnon. who devoted TIIKRESSAMr Services morning and evening at children of Atlanta, spent Christmas a few days last week.
herself In making him comfortablein 11 a. m., and 7:30: p. m. A kind with Mr. Jones' mother, Mrs. Miss Mable Mills and :Mildred
EXECUTIVE OF I mas trees Dancing was enjoyed his declining years. When a I A. I.. Sullivan, Cor. welcome awaits you.pastor.VANDERBILT Sarah Jones Broughton were visiting in Jasperand
WOMAN'S CLUB TO MEET ..uuugnou. :" evening.. young man Mr. Haislope joined the Miss Eatello Davis of Starke, is Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. .
I At a late hour salad course i t Methodist church. He waa very and spending a while with her father Wiley Edmondaon was In
The executive boa of the Wom with hot chocolate wa served the fond of his family his grandchildren (I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moore and brothers. Starke Tuesday.
,: an's Club wl I' meet Wednesday following guests: Misses Lois Ad- and his home. I j little son, Charles, left Sunday for Mr. Tom Thomas of Palatka and I Dr. Thomas of Jacksonville was
morning, T .... 6th. at 10 o'clock. klns, Kitty Hodsed, Lois Long, The deceased leaves to mourn his I Arcadia, after spending Christmas Carrie hell Norman. Cor. Van Williams of Gainesville, were i on a hunting trip here Tuesday
,: S Dorothy Ritch, Lula Redgrave, departure six children as follows!: with Mr. Moore's parents, Mr. and I visitors here Saturday.Mr. i and Wednesday
1J. n7c. CIIAPTEIl WILL Murla Weeks and Margaret Ad- Mrs. N N. Norton, J. F. Haislope, I' Mrs. D. W. Moore. i and Mrs Alonzo Googe of Mrs. J. C. Padgett and Mrs.
Jv.lET!: WEUNJ-Sn.\: kins of Gainesville; S. R. Johns, of Tampa; Mrs. J. D. Tobler, Eus- Mrs. J. P. Summers of Provl- Mr. and Mrs :H. C. Norman of Starke, were dinner guests of Mrs. ro"-, "",,.., .....n....... ., n.. .. '.AM ...___ d
"- -* w t* v "U"wif *"YVrQ
A. E. Wall, Herbert Stevens, dence, was the guest of her broth- Malone, who spent the Christmas Cooge Sunday. VIS:
tls; Mrs John Mosley, of State itlng Mrs. R. M Johnson and
The W. T Weeks Chapter, U. Woodrow Ford, J. P. Warren, Eld- I Farm; Mrs. Sallie Tison and Rob-I era, A. L. and C. Sullivan Christ- holidays with Mr. and Mrs. F. M Rev. F. J. Jones of Starke, wasa ily Thursday.Mr. .
entertained Wednes- Robinson Julian Peek, Milton Norman have returned to their
D. C., will be redge art Ha(slope of Starke; fourteen mas day. visitor here Thursday afternoon. and Mrs Felton Graves
the 6th, at Brownlee Graham, Billy L. M. Gaines home.
Billy returned
day afternoon grandchildren and several great- Thursdayto Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Morganand and Mrs. R. McKinney of
at the home Parker Boree of Jacksonville his home Mrs Ellen Barber spent the Lake
thirty o'clock three-I Ray grandchildren. In St. Petersburg, af- children of Brooker spent the Wales, were visiting! the
O. J. Griffin. Ho-- _. Arthur Darby Jones and C. Mr. Halslope'a grave in Crosby ter a visit of several days with Christmas holidays with her par week with Mrs. Hogan Smith. Christmas. Jatter'sparents
Ethel Griffin, MI' cotta G. Mixon of Gainesville. cemetery was covered with choice his cousins, Percy and Felix Sul ents, Mr. and Mrs F. M. Norman. Mrs. Alfred Varnes and daughter .'

,,' Mrs L. O. Po J. flowers and also decorated with a livan. All those who attended the program Myra, spent Sunday with Mrs ,, =
I I ,IRS. it. n. 1'L"iUON" Confederate flag and palm leaves. Mr. and Mrs Ed Prevatt and at Lawtey Thursday night Milliard Varnea. i
W. M. S. V AIBTHODISTCHURCH children of Starke visited Mrs. Pre- were: Messrs Carl Sapp of Starke, Heilbronn Springs
NTEItT\lNS' AT BRIDGE The pallbearers were: Theodore Mr and Mrs. R. A. Thomas\ of
JET: MONDAY vatt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W, Fred Haislope of Cornith, Frank
I I LUNCHEONOf Tison, G. H. Bennett. F. G. Hem- Starke were visiting Mrs S. E. (Thebntt Rhodcn Cor.)
J Packham Sunday.. Norman of Wateroak, Misses Jen-
J ingway, Frank Hollingsworth G. Jones Sunday.
J The oman'a Missionary So. Mr. D. J. nits Maude Crosby of Corinth, Mattie ,
Phillips business
was a
the season's social functions, W. Alderman, and J. H. Sapp. Mrs E. D. Jones"and mother,
i clety of .e Methodist church will the bridge luncheon that fond ". visitor to Hampton Tuesday. : and Carra Belle Norman, Ola were calling on friends in Starke The box supper- held at the Heil
j ,'be ente. Lined by Mra. T. J. Grlf Mrs. H. B. McLendon hostess on J. ANDREWS Miss Teresa Bennett arrived here and Lubedia Alvarez, Mary and Saturday. bronn Springs school house was
fin anl frs N. T. Rltch next Mon Tuesday, provided the holiday sea- Monday from St. Petersburg and Candacy Alvarez. Preaching every First Sunday at attended by a. large crowd. A merry
*?;;lay af arnoon, three o'clock, at son with one of its outstanding Mr. J. S. Andrews, 48 years of will spend this week with her sister Mr. and. Mrs. Q. C. Norman, Mrs. Christian church by Rev. Butler of time was enjoyed by all. The
:the> I >me on N. Cherry street F. M. Norman Mr. Russell
Mrs. C. Sullivan. Normanand
events. age, died at his home near Starke, New River Everybody invited.GRAl1AM money raised will go to improvethe
I I 'A Ii me jibera or prospective members The residence, which lends Itself j Saturday morning at 8 o'clock De- Miss Thelma Sullivan was shop- Miss Ellen Barber were visitIng women's and girls 4-H Club
c, rcllally Invited to attend this I[ ping in Hampton Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Green in house at Heilbronn.
en charmingly for entertaining cember 19th, following an Illness ?
'first Mrs.
: meeting of the new year Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Johns of Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. .
I' furnished a perfect setting for tIle of some time, although he was confined -
"E. M. Johns and Mrs. J. II. Rltch Heilbronn Springs visited Mr. and Earl Dukes of Dukes was Plant Total i
guests, whose places were designated to his bed only three weeks. City shipment of
I ', are to be circle: leaders the for members 1932, by poinsettia place cards, I He Is survived by a widow and Mrs J. J. Zeigler Sunday. They visiting in this section Christmas Miss Ellen Johnson, Cor strawberries this season up to recent
I |' and at thIs meeting
the colors of which emphasized the thirteen children, ten children by were accompanied home by Mrs. day. date totaled 93,577 pints with
will be assigned to their respective Zeigler and two daughters, Misses Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Alvarez and estimated return of :
red and green motif. A bright j his first wife, who before his mar- ; $15,800 to
'circle. Mrs. Johns/ will be leader Rhoda and family were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Jones and
Ruth visiting Mrs
I and spirit of charm was caught by the riage was Miss Iola Renfroe, and who will visit growers.
Sot the Noble White Circle there' for few R. C. Cone In Starke Misses Cleo and
large floor baskets which held three by his second wife who was I a days. Sunday. amily.. Reynolds Saraaota-Work will start at
%:Mrs.; Ritch for the Harriet Peek 1 i flaming poinsettias and the vases formerly Misa Pearl Brantley.The Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan and Miss Doris Greene of Jackson .ettle Thomas, Mrs. D. J. Byrd and once on remodeling old kennel club

i Circle. i I and bowls: filled with holly and following are the children: sons, Percy and Felix were visitorsto ville spent Saturday night with Jon, Lee, all of Tampa, spent the for establishment of dog track.
Christmas berries. Luncheon Mrs Emma Crews Zolfo Providence Sunday. Misses Mattie and Carra Belle
BAPTIST W. M. MEETS: was Springs;
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served at tables for four, each was Mrs. Gertrude Altman, Ft. Myers; Mr. and Mrs. F. Fender and famIly Gorman ".

j Jr: The Baptist Missionary Society centered with a bud vase holding a Mrs. Elva Lee Edwards, Starke; J. were vilatora to Broker Sunday. Raiford Mrs. Florence Bloodsworth of
: ::]held Ita business and program nosegay of nasturtiums. Favors Perman Andrews, Columbia, S. C.; was visiting Mr. and Mrs.
:11 meeting Monday afternoon at the were red and green Christmas John A. Andrews, Lake Butler; El- W. B. Bloodsworth Christmas day.
The meeting opened withfa bells. ton R. Andrews, Lakeport; Iola AWT BY All Mr.those Earl who Dukes'attended the singat MODERN] DRY CLEANINGModern

hymn, followed by scripture Following the luncheon bridge Mae Kate Marie, Juanita, W. H., Mrs. E. E. Durney,, Cor. enjoyed the Friday night
and prayer. was played. At the conclusion Mra. Hugh A. T., and Paul Andrews, singing.
"The program for the afternoon R. F. Demorest was holder of high all of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Reddish cleansing machinery, and a corpsof
iwae in charge of Circle Three and score and Mrs. Herbert Hitch received Funeral services were conductedby The many friends '6f Mesdames of Ralford) pent the Christmas skilled employees assures you the best

JJV the leader, Mrs. J.. L. Silcox, was the award for second high, Rev. Hemingway of Starke, A. A. Smith and Catherine Teare holidays with Mrs. Reddlsh'a parents in dry cleaning of the most delicate fab-
P-1 assisted by Mrs. J. H. Lord Mrs. while to Miss Mary Canova went Sunday at 2 p. m. Interment was will be sorry to learn that they Mr, and Mrs. R. M. Alvarez.
the are in Mrs Gill's hospital suffering Mr. and Mra. F. W. Burton of rics. Cheaply, yet thoroughly we do your
i/": A. M. Darby and Mra. G. P. Raymond consolation. Mrs. rroward in Elzey's Chapel near Worthing. .
In presenting It. The topic Lovell a recent bride was presented ton Springs. We wish to thank from Injuries sustained when Dukes, spent Sunday and Sunday garments in a manner that assures once a -
7 1; for this interesting program was a dainty gift. those who were so kind to us during I their car overturned near Hampton night with Mr. and Mrs F. M. Nor- customer, always a customer.
i,4The Star Again in the East. Mrs. McLendon was assisted in the sickness and death of our I' Christmas day; as they were man.Mr.
entertaining her husband and father. enroute to Gainesville to visit and Mrs H. L. Norman and
K" The president, Mrs A M. Darby, guests by her '
',' then presided over the business mother, Mrs. E. S. Matthews.The The Andrews Family. relatives of Mrs. Smith. children, spent Christmas with Mr. PHONE 28 .
f session, after which the society adjourned guests enjoying the hospitality Dr. and Mrs. G. P. Harley anddaughter. and Mrs W. H. Rosier of Brooks-
Of the hostess wornXfra! RAND ALBERT LOSES HOME: Miss Clara and :-Mr. I ville.
'N_!'' A. Z. Adklnn' Mrs. L. D.:-Vlnlng, I Chapman of Doi'cheter. C.: Remember B. Y. P. U. every STARKE DRY CLEANERS
'!f JUNIOR WOODMEN CIRCLE Mrs. J. C. Robinson' Mrs. Herbert Rand Albert, an aged darkey, spent the week-end with Mr. and Sunday night at 6:30: o'clock and
f MEETS Ritch, Mrs. Broward Lovell, Mrs who has various odd Jobs about Mrs A. H. Harley. prayer service every Thursday eve- The only dry cleaning plant in town
It.\ ------ Nat Sternberg, Mrs. F. F. Stump, town as a means of livelihood, lost Mrs. J. S. Gilchrist and childrenof ning at 7:00: o'clock. Everybody
The Junior Woodmen Circle held Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. Hollla his home south of town and every- Brunswick, Ga., are spendingthe welcome to attend. I
'J,their regular business meeting reacently night' Mrs. R. F. Demorest Mrs! thing he possessed' by fire duringthe week with her parents, Mr. and
at which time committees T. B. Massie, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, afternoon Wednesday. Rand Mra. W. H. Biggs.
|were appointed for various duties Mrs. D. A. Montieth, Miss Ethel has lived in Starke since the time Mrs. J. F. Howell and son of
and it was decided the time of Griffin, Miss Harriet Hitch, and it was carved out of the pine for- JIacclenny, are visiting Mr. J. B. JI
eetings be the 1st and 3rd Frl- Miss Mary Canova. est, and during his younger days Rowe and family. .'t a1'11' l \ UffIlw'
*days of each month at 4o'clock at I took part in the construction of Miss Mattie Harley left Wednesday l
the, Woodman Hall.! JOINT INSTALLATION OFv. practically all the older brick build- for New Orleans, La. where yk
Officers of the Junior Circle are: i \ o. w. AND WOODMEN ing, and his tales of the days when I she will take post graduate work.
I :feet Guardian, Vonda Inman; Advisor CIRCLE TO HE HELD wide-open saloons operated here Misses Rosa Mae- and Mattie y
: Eunice Canova; Clerk, An- are always interesting. His ad-' Edith Rowe have returned home r/f jl4i;
"Ale; Murrhee; Attendant, Geraldine I A Joint Installation of the Woodmen vanced age now prevents him from from a visit in Jackaonvile.
I ;;John; Aslstant Attendant, Mar- of the World and Woodmen doing anything but light work, but : Mrs E. E. Burney and son, Pete,
the Hemingway; Chaplain Mil- Circle will be held at the Woman's he Is faithful, conscientious and spent Saturday in Jacksonville

| lred Hundley; Inner Sentinel, Club, Friday night, Jan. 1st at 8 can be relied upon to do the odd with her parents, Elder and Mrs. ,
I Clara Flume; Outer Sentinel, Lllfc1Jle o'clock. Guests who will be pres- jobs given him to the best of his Skipper. "

Mae Clark; Captain, Julian ent on this occasion will be state ability. Deeply religious, Old Randis. Mrs. A. H. Harley, Jr., of Starke,
8'Griffis. Council Commander Henry M. Mc- takfng his misfortune calmly, and Miss Mattie Harley spent Saturday .
1(1(i The Juniors are invited to be Culley of Jacksonville, State Man- I fully satisfied that his white folks in Jacksonville.

resent at the Woman's Club Frl- ager V. P. Miller of Lakeland, and I will take care of him.Birtbs W. E. Torode and son, John Arthur -
i"" City. Mr. G. 11. Bennett will act trIp In Dixie county. I
MISS lLnTIIJlutOWNLEE as Installing officer for All Friends Mr. and Mrs W. M. Wainwright, Mesdames Brown and Campbell ,
ENTERTAINS': FIUENUS Camp No. 138. The following state Starke, daughter December 24th. ot Homassa are spending a few \ AJ
|\rai. A DANCE ol'tlcers Will' Y\i* guests f\9 the t.U 00.J- Mr. and Mrs. William Sapp, Wa- days with Mrs. Enoch Griffis. I J I
I'4{ men Circle and will act as-I installing teroak, daughter, December 23th.:) William Wooten (and William r ,1 i,ie a
i Milts Martha Brownlee entertained officers for Starke Grove No. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norman, Law. 'I llchrist were' 'v1sitin in Starke .1.1I

members of the younger 278: Mrs. Leila Davis, state president tey, son, December 23th.:) Tuesday. V .
(let; with a dance :Monday eveningat of the Woodmen Circle, of Mr. and Mrs B. L Hinson, Mr. and Mrs: E. E. gurney had i
the home of her parenta, Mr, Jacksonville Hampton December 30th.
will be installing of- son, all their guests Thursday her parents I
and Mrs J. :M. Brownlee. :
ficer; Mrs. Anna Richardson, Jacksonville Elder and
Mrs. H. V. Skipperand
,', The spacious hall and Holly Hill-Creation of
living installing chaplain: ; Mrs public Mrs Frank Skipper of Jackonvllle .
fomthe( home 4; were open en- Mrs!, Euith Tlpplns. Installing musician park started here I

ulter and elaborately decorated In ; Mrs. Adie Mae Godbolt of Mr. Jeff Roberts entertained Ii

,Cltti..tn1aa greens, red candles and Lake City, installing attendant.The with a family reunion Christmasday.
gnily, decorated miniature Chris- following officers to be Installed MILLER Those present were Mr. and i

\- are: Mae Green, Guardian; Kllen ItlnckweUcr, Cor. Mrs. L. E. Roberts, and son Em- 4
Vnla, Inman, Past Guardian; mett, of St. George, Ga., Mr. and 1.r !
4 OVER Beulnh Hunt, Advisor; Laronia wends of Mr. and Mra.:-H.' S.. Mrs J. M. Roberta and daughter,

WORIEo Grlffls, Chaplain; Amy Moore, at- Miller of Worthington Springs will Betty Ann, of South Jacksonville '
N.tRVES: tendant; Ruby Hayes, Assistant be very sorry to hear of the misfortune Z. J. Roberta of Hastings, Mr. and .
Attendant; Ethel Moore, Corres- which befell them last Sat Mra. J. M. Oliver of Baldwin, Mr. f
ponding Secretary; Geneva Thomas urday evening when their home and Mrs. J. W Andrews and children -
Auditor; Louise Williams,' was destroyed by fire Mrs. Miller of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. W E. ,.
Banker; Bertha Pearce, Inner was ill at the time and was con Torode and children and Mr, and
r \ Sentinel; Hattie Prevatt, Outer fined to her bed. We wish them Mrs. G. W. Roberts and children of

Sentinel, and Mrs. J. L. Sllcox.. much success. Lawtey.Mr. .
Junior supervisor, Mi1. Dennis Roberta of Worthington and Mrs. O. W Roberta and
The Starke degree staff will Springs lost his home last children spent Sunday In DeLand LookingAheadinto1932
present the state officers and will Saturday night, which caught fire with her parents, :Mrl: and Mrs

install the officers of both W. O. ; from Mr. Miller's house. Tatum. (fc ,y
"* v; -.;- > 3N W. and Woodmen Circle. Friends of Mr J. L. Brown will Miss Doris Burney la vleilng of We and ,.
this day merryother. willing
Refreshments will be served. All be sorry to know he Is very ill. We with her sister, Mrs. D. E. Bennettin ON are .
W. O. W. and Circle members together wish him a speedy recovery. Jacksonville. making, good feleager to work, to save,

with Juniors are Invited. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Miller left Among those attending O. E. S. lowship, and generosity, and to build our new prosperity
e last Wednesday for Atlanta, Ga.. In Starke Wednesday night were:
MK. F. C. IIAISLOFE where they will spend a while with Mr. and Mra. W. C. Wooten Mr. all hearts are a-gI Vi.with' on a 'saner, sound- j

their son, Mr. George Miller. and Mrs. E. E. Burney, Mesdamea happiness. But it,is also a er basis.

Mr. F. C. Haislope, who for 47 Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dobson and O. A. Anderson El B. Wells, A. H. time for the weighing of We as your bankers and ..., .
years wag a resident of Starke, little Laverne of Harley, W. E. Torode and others. ,
j UP TO yvor cart In work- son, Largo, spent
'' .verr nerve at high tension.Mo died at his home Wednesday, the Christmas here with their parents, Mrs. D. E. Bennett and baby values, and making of financial guides, feel a
I, woodtr you aDlip> at UM wife 24 of December, at the advancedage Jr.. and Mrs. H a. Crawford and feggle, of Jackaonvlle spent the plans for the : coming deep sense of responsibil '
Mtd *k at the children, of 88 years. Mr. Halalope'a Mr, and Mrs. Dobson of Raiford. holidays with her parents, Mr. and We .
rrw.; a t s h out! Overworkednerves funeral was conducted Saturday Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ware of Mrs. E. E. Burney. year. ity. want to cooperate '
may lead to Sla pl_ afternoon at two o'clock at the Jacksonville, spent the week-end Miss Beverly Cady of Lake with you in hastening the I '

.aeu.Nerroiu. Indignation Headache and a fiat N rroa ofE Christian church Rev. Dixon of last week with Mrs. Ware' parents Kingsley was visiting Miss Louise 'Trying times, these have advent of a prosperity- '

unpleasant disturbance, Jacksonville conducted the service, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Crawford.Mr. Thede Tuesday. been. But suffering has that will be nermanent..
don't yon try Dr. MiW and the interment was at' Crosby and Mrs Tom) Laoff left last R. R. Thede was a business via- ,
:: Ncrrin Tablets' cemetery with DvWitt C. Jones, Monday for their horn-In Branford "tor! to Starke Tuesday.Bill made us a wiser people, Please feel free to comehisobered

"v;k Just one In a half glass of mortician In charge.Mr. after spending several weeks Harrell was a visitor to in thought, more and talk things over'with .. '
C;:"water makes a pleasant, spark- Haislope was born June 2nd, with Mr Lange parents, :Mr. and Brooker Christmas day. tolerant toward
'' one anus.
iMnZ drink delightfully soothing 1843 In Fredrlcksbudg, Va. At tile Mrs. John Coarson. :Mr and Mrs. Paul Carrin and

:S,',to Dr.over-taxed:Mn..' nerve Nervine Is now age of eighteen he vounteered for Friends of Mrs. B. Graham, will von) were visiting in Raiford Wednesday -
If"If"mad. In two forms-Liquid and service In the war between the be sorry to know she Is very m, r
1. Effervescent; Tablet. Both have states and was a member of Com and has been for sometime. We all John Brady and family of Wlm-
the same soothing effect pany "M" 55Ui: Regiment of Vir- hope she will soon recover. anna, has been visiting his mother, BANK OF TAE .
:, $1.00 at :your drug store ginia. He nerved all through the Folks In this section are preparing Mrs. Sarah Loadholtz.
was as a teamster for General the ground getting ready; Mrs. Clifton Brown and daughter -
Walker and when the war cloned I to plant Irish potatoes. They are Marian, of Graham were viaKing A ROLL OF HONOR BANK "
he came home, but shortly' after bedding the Big Stem Jersey po in Lawtey Tuesday.

moved to North Carolina.He tatoes. Miss Edith Christy of Miami, Is E. S. MATTHEWS, Pres. R. J. DAVIS Cashier
was married to Miss Ana Mr. H. O. Crawford baa several visiting her parent Rev. and Mrs. ,
Snipes July 4th, 1865, and to this I ripe strawberries, and will soon be W B. Christy. ,411
union there wa born six children. picking. The Lawtey P. T, A. will meet

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85 Miss Carrie Compton returnedto Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis had as I Lake Worth, Lake Worth Flower -' Marianna .- Marianna Fruit Co. 5

her home In Gostonla, N. C. af- their dinner guests Monday eve- rJt;>l' ttjRlD Shop, Inc., opened in Reanno 1 1Arcl1.le. purchased pedlgred Leghorn chickens ,h ti
55it525251tStIBits ter spending several months) with ning, Mrs. Jesse Williams and '
of Farm and
Klnstry Poultry
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume. daughter Miss Agnes of Jacksonville fORMi" I'
I oi St, AugusUne.Bucklniham'1lotel plans extensive poultry industry :
--- ---------- Miss Huth German of -

Mr. and Mrs. R.V.. Mills and Mass., and Mr. Dick Ermanof formally opened for 1031-32 here. j

I daughter Elizabeth, of Jacksonville Arcadia. season with many improvements. Bradenton-Dr. O. O. Fairchild .

weal ?4e spent Christmas holidayswith --- Scbring -- It. Brodcn of Fort opened Battle Creek Sanitarium office -
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume. Dr. and Mrs. W. :H. Parks had Meade, opened ready-to-wear storeIn
at 14th St. and 6th Ave., for '
as their guests Christmas, Mrs. altered Buckeye building. i

I Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daughters Bryan Parks Mr. and Mrs. Guy season.
Concerning Our People Business and !i .
Misses Mary and Madge and Parks of Atlanta; Ga., Mr. and \ I

Progress of the County and Town. Mrs. J. 1<::. Futch spent Thursdayin Mrs. J, F. Everett and son. Jack 'niJ.. 0'1'11'11 TO \rpM\u' A, .. I

Jacksonville with Mrs M. C. of Jacksonville and T. S. Hodacd ,
Stith. Jr. of Miami. I A mvoi n hill of imiiliUnt| 1 has S
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nnnn scan caeca cac 1yZS'utZ ---- hi'iMi flli'd In the office, of the elsrkur t t
S c i-lri'iilt romt of the lilt It Jmllrlnlmult FLORIDATHEATRE
Miss Kate Struth spent! Mondayin I Owen Griffin was in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hall and I'ounty of KlnrlilH, In Chancery, III, and, for hv Janus'tlnulrmil .. -

Jacksonville. Tuesday.Miss Dr. and Mrs James Chase ofSouth baby Sharon returned home Sun- H. Kite an executor of slate': ntKllnha ,1 : .
i Kite 1 riVrvntiAd, AM Complainant -
Jacksonville' spent SundayIn day from Wauchula and Tampa,
; 1'EEO 1JP and ,In which hill ha HPfkit to 1- !
Mr. Mrs. J. H. Lord visited i Margaret Adkins, of Ocala with Dr. and :Mrs Edd l where they'were holiday guests of for<>c-IOHi> n 1I10rlll'IIII'II over the following I
Chase. his parents. They attended the ) is title In livailforil county.Florlitii GAINESVILLE FLA. .
Sliver Springs Sunday Gainesville, spent several days this 1 lo-wlt: .
week with her cousin. Miss Lois ------- Scott-Howard wedding In Tampa Your Blusineff! I 5 Hi-ri-B In I SK corner nf SR'i: nf

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson spent' Adiana.Mr.) Mrs. W. W. Page Jr., and small Christmas day. >Twp bl't: : sod 6 South Nu 4:of lIiuiKe SWVi of XI Hacttoii Mast, anil 85, Program Week Dec.: 31 r. ;

Tuesday In Jacksonville. son, Bill of Jacksonville are VI' a)f Wt, of MWI4 Of :Hncllun SO.Tup. v.

,\ and Mrs. M, S. Hayes two spending a few weeks with her Mr. and Mrs. Bryant W. Hodgesof Lot; .9 and 5ionHi'V'",: of Mange tot! ?tt 4 and Kant; 171: and of a'

Col. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee spent children C. B. Hayes, and Mrs. E. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Jacksonville, were in Starke for OSnOKNE-MAUVAIU: lot 35 Woodlawn, In /In.thm!) :au."WI Today _
S Mouth, tlanira. S3 Plant', 'nn Wednesday In Jacksonville. W. Hayes, spent Tuesday in Jack- Struth. a short while Tuesday They were ,> 112.. acruH, moro or less
sonville. returning home after spending the George Osborne of Kingsley 'n,.. deC..ndunlH, atfiilMHt whom nnlil Special New Veur'a 1'rojcrunu .. ,

Mrs. C. G. Bryant Is visiting Mr. A. A. Johns and sons Rua- Christmas holidays In Clearwater Lake, and Elizabeth Magyarl were bill IOWH r:>r John complaint A. babel I" filed, .Ir.are. retry HK fol-M.Klxtl Wheeler & Woolscy : I

relatives in St. Matthews, S. C. Mrs. O L. Beasley returned Fri sell and Asa, of Frostproof have with Mrs. Hodges' parents Mr. and united in marriage! Monday at the ; thn rocldenv. or cork, of whom. I ; -4
from returned home after spending several }Mra.!; A. P. Hoffman.. courthouse. Judge Geo. A. Gardiner IN Htutifd 'therein, lo he unknown K.M.
day Tampa where she visit- 1 Marxhall and rife Marvlha( H J. In .
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin were ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. weeks with his mother, Mrs, -, .---- performing the ceremony. MnrxhHll. the n>xldenr' ,, of ,", 'h of

visitors In Jacksonville Sunday Durden.Mr. E.o'. Johns Mr. and Mrs. B, W. Hayes had whom. I'lty Ix' xtateil It', "Hiate therein of li Delaware andIhi'It' i "Peach O' Reno" .\ :

as their guests" Christmas day Mr. I |)oxt oifU'e l box to \be 485 Delaware It

:Mr. L. A. Davis was a business and Mrs. L. D. Vining returned :Mr and Mrs. J. W. Killian returned and Mrs. W. H. Hayes, Dr. and widening Right of of way'to Orlando-Winter be sought Garden for- : ,t'II; >has', Delaware.:mute: ; diligent\ Thai( m-ari'h:I'omplalnnnt ; (New Midnight Year's Show Eve starting there will at be 11 '\ :\

visitor In Jacksonville Wednesday. to their home in Charlotte, Mrs. ..J.V.. Hayes Mr. and Mrs. and Inquiry 'to """ ," 'lnl" I he "I'I"Hditncu |I. a
Sunday from Troy Ala., road. of xald defcnd.intxwhono A professional tlanclnV1 'I
Keen of Gainesville and of each p. m.
George ;
N. C. after the
where the with Sunday spending Plant City -- Construction started rexldence. mated to .lie' un-
they spent
- holidays team will be on the stage) !
r Stae's Attorney and Mrs. A. S. holidays at the homo of her father, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes and two on gymnasium at Risk and Pal- Unouit, and ha. heen umible, 'lo BMcerttiln t 1
the some or either of I the _
are spending today in Jacksonville.Mr. relatives'------ Mr. J. M. Truby. children of Moore Haven, mer streets, one block oust of aanie' and that he him inadii 1 1't
Kent effort tn "",','rln''" a more nil-I If +
Mr. add Mrs. Hilton M. Darker school. act locution of 'the rexlilencr, of F. K.Mnrxhull Saturday
and Mrs. J. W. Andrews Mrs. E. JT. Johns is spending Mrs. Minnie H. Poland of Coop- Miami Beach Addition andmprovements wife Marellia" ,M J. MirMliall. ',
were visitors in Jacksonville Tues- of Plant City were guests Sundayof this week Jacksonville to be erstown, N. Y., Is spending the being made at Villa and wax unalilx, In do NO. That Zulus Grey'N'ILAINIOW ; j
State's Attorney and Mrs A ..111 lil 1 bill ii I Inn tattoos ax dcr... < alit
E. M, week hero before to South
with her husband Senator going
Venice 14th streetand llrndford i
day. S. Crews. Supper Club one J. Addition of rntin- TRAIL'With ,
Johns who is a patient at St. Vincent's Florida to spend the winter. Mrs. ocean, at coat $10,000.NOTICI ,ty, I'Miirld. who IH alleitnd ti> .ha 'litllllXHeKHtllll .
Of suit III Mil* IIH tlllllllll,
Poland Is owner of former
:Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch have as hospital. and' 'Iliut all said ilefendantx. .ors
Mrs. Laura A. Crenshaw of Cole- Clark residence on Cherry street over' tlie sax of twenty-one. yearn of !
a guest their son, Carlyle Ritch, of nnd that I there IH. no pel, Him hi George O'Brien
of andIs flirt
man was guest Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and M1'V.' P. Randall and occupied by Powell Carpenter -] "TOIMMOII the xliite. of Floililn Iho servlcn nfmibpomia
.. Chicago. L. S. Hutto during the Christmas son. Bill Jr., have returned to their having the house repaired and upon whom, would' bind t t I
holidays.Mr. home in Jacksonville after spend painted. III Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth' Jiidlolnl mild' I .defendant, ur either, uf them
Mr S. L. Peek left Sunday for ,. I'lreult'' In and for llrndfordCounty whoHit. rexIdenvoH. IH xtntrd. t tlieielnto Monday & Tuesday
ing Christmas here with Mr and w_ Stale of Florida. In Chiin-. lie ..unknown, and. whose "rexldenceIx
where he has a
Miami accepted Ed Wolf and children Kay Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Judge and Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner oery xtated, 1 therein to hn In Delitwnra" d dIn
position. Tim federal" fond Hunk of Columbia City, Slate of Delaware. Gloria Swanson t
and Elizabeth,, of Orangeburg S. had for their dinner guests copom" *Ion.I'lalntlff.. It le. therefore. ordered. that I the
C., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. Willie S. Gibson left todayfor Christmas day, Mr. and Mrs Z. J. defeniliintii, John A. Khel: Jr. Lucy 'l
Mrs.: T. J. Griffin and Gloria M. Khrl I: K K. Marxhnll' and MIII'1 hll
Johns spent Wednesday in Jacksonville P. Smith. her home in Red Springs N. Roberts and son, Alton, Mr. and 0, W. v harry* nod Mattla Uarry. his M. .1. Mai-Khali and. en. in of them, be Tonight or Never" 4
C., after spending the holidays Mrs. W. S. Yelvlngton; and son. Billy wife, et at. and. troy ar" hereby required, lo fll"
with th.'I..k of mild Court' thulr t
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent here with her parents, Mr. and of Hastings Mr. and Mrs. L. O. PefendiinlN.affldnvlt I written appearnncn tperxonally or Added Tliolmii Todd and
Christmas holidays in Fernandina Mrs. T; N. Kendrick. Jones and children Mr and Mrs. t"n.l,1: appearing to the bill' :fled: In the I ahnveHtata np- by attorney. ) I In mild. court, on III' before /ami Pitt Comedy Vj

Mr. W. A. Colley of Amsterdam with Mr. Davis' mother Mrs. MaryA. Austin Winkler and( family and eauxa anil F.that H. the HuilHon residence two nt of thedefendantN TO.llraun A., V.t the IM2.first the Monday snore helnv In February the first. itf 'Ii,

Ga., spent the' holidays here with Davis. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest Major Hans Austin. therein namtul IM unknown day. 'thereof and. thereafter to file
. .. his family.Mr. and that defendant K. llrann with mild. Oli-ik their written' deform WednesdayRichard l
returned Sundav- from Amerlcus.. end, 10'I H. HoilMon are over the ego *, If ..any In I thn bill of complaint $
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Wilder and Ga., where they spent the Christ- Mr. and( Mrs.' A. M. Darby had of ''w."tyo.0.. / .,'''; It IM therefore In null salt at the 'time preacrlhedby .
and Mrs. L. A. Rennolds ordered that on.Id defendnntH l h. and law and, herein full not or decree CromwellIn
son Billy Jr., of Orlando spent mas holidays with Mrs. Demorest'sfather as their guests Christmas day, Mr. they are hereby "rn spent the week-end with relativesin the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mr. O. C. Johnson. and Mrs. G. W Marks and daughter to the 1 hili of c-ompliilnt riled In xaMcuuxe (hem and each of them who

Leesburg. Edwards. Marjorie of DeLand; Mr. and of, name note and being 1,11,1'1 for gage the ami fnrurlimtire other- HO full. IH to furl appear her ordrred'thnt or .defendU .., till" order "Arc These OurChildren" t";

Mr. and Mrs. ford Prescott and Mrs. P. F. Maguire and daughter, roller, 4111 or before Monday the let ha pnbllxhad. once each w."kfor

Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford at- children of Dayton, Ohio have returned Sue of Orlando, Mr. und Mrs. D. lay. of Iliu Ffliriniry HllvKiilion, A. nf I'said Iliaa.hill oihffWRU will- four lielnir\ flvettwexklltwlanaxsl(thenaiuw In

spent Christmas In Baconton Ga., tended a dance given by the South to their home after upend C. Jones, Miss Eliso Jones and Ar- hp taken an confvHauiI. by mild. de- the llrndforil" County 'I'n1.grttplt..' .aweekly

with relatives.Nathan Jacksonville fire department Tues- ing the holidays with his parents, thur Darby Jones of Gainesville, fendant.It .I" further, orderod that thin ordor U'ntro",1,ne County.w..I"'I".r'hll.h.1,. Florlila, next In prior,nld Coming
day night. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. 'Prescott.Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. S. J... Peek Jimmy \ Im pnhllHluul I once .a week for I., null, lilt day of Fubiimry., A. l U.
Prevatt spent the week- loul" oiiHDctIvo weeks In tht llriulforrt Farrell f
Peek Franci.1 Peek and Sonny I'ounty Telegraph' n newspaper 1932.Donn; and ordered, at Htarke' Floi- Charles
end visiting friends in Kissimmee Miss Christine Townsend and and Mrs. L. A. Rennolds mo- Peck. The out of town guests returned pntillHhpd; In mi 111 ;i-onnry: and;; xtaii: Ida, I this :Hint day of 'liMcinnlier, A.

and Lake Wales. Mrs. Freeman Johns of Lake Butler tored to Jacksonville Monday on to their homes Sunday. I elI n'hlM:\ auth day of iJucmiihrr,, A, I). I". |93'o.' w Ai.nrcitMAN. Janet Gaynor

were business visitors here business and while there visited( -_ _.- O. W, AIJnrcitM' Clark Ulicull Court In V
Mrs. B. S. Carroll of Daytona Wednesday. Senator E. M. Johns who Is con PINE LEVEL CHL'KCII '"w'lr.' Clark Circuit. ,j..t, triffli-liil Heal > .
't KNK1I1T Sterile' Fla.HolliMtom
Beach is the guest of her mother ---- fined In St. Vincent's hospital. -:-- Attorney for 1'lalntlff. for Complainant\ :
Mrs. F. H. Long. Miss Martha Brpwnlee spent sev- Services will bo held at Pine -Fit-1-29.. 1. 1- lit- 1. 31. ,'"

eral days in Gainesville this week Mr. and Mrs D. T. Clarke of Level Baptist church Friday night. S

Mrs. O. E. Stansbury and MissEd with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Miami returned to their home Sun- New Year's nighty by Pastor W. E. "DELICIOUS"I.t

a Stansbury were visitors to Mrs. S. T. Dell. day after spending the holidayshere Hall, The public invited. "'i imHiiB .ij 'q j'' Bin n "'""'B"" r m J

Jacksonville Monday. with Mrs. Clarke's parents I

The Christian Endeavor had a Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. WEATIIEK REPORT INVENTORY SALE FRIDAY AND

Mr. J. J. Rlgdon spent Christmas new year's watch party Thursday Compiled by Starke Branch, "U. I..

holidays in Tampa with night at the home of Mr. and Mrs.T. Misses Jennie Bell McRae and S. Forestry Department.Week .

friends and relatives. S. Williams. Francis Smith of Bennettsville S. ending Dec. 29 1031. We Are Wishing Each of You A (

C., were guests at the home of Date Max. Min. Preclp. ::a

Ray Colley of Jacksonville spent Miss May Peek, who has spent Mr. and Mrs. T N. Kendrick Dec. '23 80 58 One
Christmas with his parents Mr; the holidays here with relatives; Thursday while enroute to Miami. Dec. '24 81 60 Happy New Year And Prosperous i

and Mrs. J. F. Colley. will return to her home in Jackson Dec. 23 76 63 ---.

: y vllle tomorrow.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Whlstnant Dec. 25 60 47 ,-

Misses Katie and Virginia Fu- and Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Whlstnant Dec. 27 73 43 -
spending this week in and Mrs. A. H. .I<:lrby and of '' :
gate are 1 Charlotte. N. C., left Wednesday Dec. 28 76 82 TIP TOP Grocery.

I Jacksonville! with relatives. son, A. II. Jr., of Jacksonville for their home after spending: Dec. 29 75 45 ,

spent Christmas day with Mr. and! the holidays with Mr. and Mrs.F. No rainfall for week.

Mrs. W. E._Middleton and Miss Mrs. Errol Alvarez., : F..Flume.Dr. e '
Madge Middleton spent Monday Iloicell Na&worthu Owner and Operator 1 f. :

and Tuesday in Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes and and Mrs. George F. Lowryand .r': '

--- children of Moore haven, are daughter. Margaret and Mr. :

I J," B. R. Wltkoviskl of Jacksonville spending several days with Mr. and and Mrs Milliard Lowry and son. GENT AOftCOLUMN% SIbs. 15c Grits Meal RICE

4 "r '. is visiting at the home of Mrs. E. W. Hayes. Henry of Merryvllle, Tenn., visited< ,. Sugar, or ..

:Mr.: Pond Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Silver Springs and Palatka Mon-

I '" : Mrs., Ida Wells Tatum of Jacksonville day and Tuesday With 1 lb. Santos Special r SIbs 16c fr

;> Mrs. George C. White, Mrs.. L.; G. spent! the holidays with' Blended 5Jbs.9c; .
STRAYED-Two dark red
Powell and Miss Martha Powell her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.! Jersey
'Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Scott

t-t1' spent Monday In Jacksonville. and Mrs. R. J. Davis. expected from to return home to morrow are- gilts pounds, weight unmarked.about 90 Reward and 129 for: Coffee 25c 1'Olbs. 17c] Itlacfceycd y

Ormond where they
Information to
White leading recovery.
to fa,,{ Mr and Mrs. J. of Wll-! Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and spent-the past ten days with their H.B. Wiggins, Hampton. its Peas lb. - 5c

; ; listen, were the guests Saturday daughter, Mary Ann, of Buahnell son-in-law and daughter Mr. and ,
;!. of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley. were week-end guests at the homeof Mrs. 3.: C. Carnell. Best Grade Great Northern
; ? BEAT THE DROUTH with Young

:1't,'. Miss-Edna stansbury and Miss Mrs. E. E. Canova. 'The many friends of Capt. J. S. berries acre! One! Only setting 700 plants will last to set for an la: Butter lb. 28c Beans 5 !bs. 20c Wisconsin ::
Reddish spent the week.end Mr. and Mrs. L. A. ,
,1; Myrtle BUtch of the State Farm will regret years. Price $10 per 10O $70 Cheeselb.17c
in Kissimmee and Lake Wales. Loulsburg N. C., are spendingthe to learn that he Is confinedin -
_J 1: per 1000. 20 percent discount on
with Mrs. Rennolds' mother -
a 1 St. Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville orders placed before Feb. 1st
L :, Miss Loiselle Turner, Miss Es- Mrs. E. F. Johns. CRiSCO LARD i .
:. having undergone a major operation Only limited number of plantsfor
...., tells Kendrick and Mr!!. W. S. Gibson -
and hope for his speedy sale. P. J. Pattee, Starke, FLOUR a.y
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Grant and
in Gainesville. .y
spent recovery. Fla. 12.25.2t50rids : '
Mrs. C. G. Arrendell of St. Augustine lbs. 59c 2bs.! 15c
i i6lbs.
I u - -
visited were guests Sunday of Dr. ''e
.. Mr. George B. Flynn. who -" -- -- -- -- 241bs. 59c
his family here for' several days and Mrs. O. L. Haynes.Mr. -

has returned to South Carolina. Notice U hereby given that the following' ; d..rlh..cJYlqnd" will be &0101] 1.15 : ; .
and Mrs. Roy Edwards and: at public auction on the FIRST' MONHAT IN FEHKUAny. 191Z It helns 81b.Pai65c : 33c
the let day of said before 12 lbs.
i month the Courtaoime I>o r at Ptarke In Brad -
.: Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and daughter, Mica Lucille spent ford county, State of Florida or.... much thereof aa will be "ineceaaarj' ,
_. the week on Christmas in Jacksonville with Mr. to pay the amount.due for taxes let opponlte-the name, toa-ather with thooat <. '
children spending
are of uch vale and advertlnlna C. A. FUTCH. Tax Collector. .
a camping trip In Gulf Hmamock. and Mrs. W. P. Hurst. Clerk Circuit Court. 10 Ibs. Irish POTATOES
t TnxeiI 5c
Marshburn and >..erlptli.. II..... T. R. A. A. c.... 5 bars P&G SOAP .. Prunes Ib. 11
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rlgdon of Mrs. E. R. Lot 6 ex lot 36 ft. N & S! by -
spent Sunday,with bill daughter Mona Claire of Marlan-; .60 ft. K & W ln-.NB cnr 2 OLD DUTCH CLEANSER
Jacksonville e
I" and Iqt t ex (0 ft A part
:Mr and Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon.. na, are guests at the home of Mr.. lot II A 9 Blk 18 Original C
)jparents' and Mrs. O. W. Alderman. Town _____________ISRlk 8 22 H. 'V. Knlcht _. __ .* SO.Ti+ 2 TALL CAR. MILK _- Peanut Butter I-
.E MI 30 a* extended: onSnaya
Mesurs. A. J. Griffi. H. V. map a it a 105 ft.19 8 22 r.; F nou..r ,_____ '.11 4 Small CAR MILK ..
.' '4.. and Julian! MlflS! Hazel Middleton and .Mr-: !,, t651k 1L. T.&Co's i iI

< May.GrtTfls, Frank spent Tuesday Frlmer In Tallahas Eugene Matthews attended the: addition Lots 1334_ .Bk3T I_ __,...-.,._ACo' _21 ( 23 R.r.; Davis _,_._-___ 2.44 6 Boxes SALT ___ ---. ... 2 lbs. 25c ..

ZTA sorority dinner dance in St. addition _--___ -88 8 22 -Mr*. Mary E. Troby __ 11.1Lots I
see. 1 1 I 4 11 12 IS 14 Blk .6 Boxes MATCHES __.._____
Tuesday night.Dr.
Petersburg 12 L. T. A Co'H addition IS a 22 Mr*. Mary E. Truby ?.._ T2.ll SaladDressing
Miss Pearl Reddish of Jackson Lot I13&N9 ft of lot 4 3 Cans PORK & BEANS Quart Jar je,

ville, Is pending the holidays with O. P. Raymond, Rev. W. F. Addition of Rlk 14_ _L.__T.___,A__Co'_-__-$' 6 23 Floyd Green.? v ____...- 22.41 2 Cans CORN ..
and Mrs.I. J Red- Jones and :Mr. L. A. Davis attendedthe Ix>ta U 14 Blk It I* T. *: -- 35c <
her '
parents, Methodist District Stewards Co'a Addition --------2$ 8 23 R. A. Green _____..__---- '.U .
2 Cans COCOA k
dish., Loin 13aRik! 17 L. T. A -
In Jacksonville Monday. .'. ____
meeting C. addition ---- --28 8 22 Mr Ans-elln Welter 6,2Lot. 'a-
:r[ 1 4 or s'4':. Blk 3 Ibs. W. POWDER
'iji'" Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williams Co' Hub. DIv. ___:t':1S:: 8 23 _, L. C. Powell ___ ________ U8
and Mrs. J. H. Misses Hazel and Lois Adkins Lot 4 Rlk 32 I* T. A Co'a 5 S. W. POWDER Celery lOetd
..' were guests of Mr. several days in Gainesville Sub DIv. _______________111 8 22 Charlie Thomas .. ____ t." Pkg. -
4 Hundley during the Christmas holidays spent L< t. S 9 Blk 1 noels and '
this week with their uncle and :Truby'n addition .---33 II 23 J. M. Truby __ __________ 14 U 2 Pkgs. CORNFLAKES -

!; aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adklns. All tion Bile 20 Templaa. addi-_ 28 8 22 ;J. If. Hitch ______._____ 8130 .-
have All Blka.. D E F Rlalng- -- Macaroni
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wall and addition _________38 8 23 ;John A. Crrll., i---, 11.10 O K Laundry 50 Cent y"
returned home after Lots 3 of Bile 1 In J. D.
Christina in Gainesville with rela- Col W. T. Weeks gave a family Jones addition .. .28On 6 22 II. C. Bitch ____1_______ 2T.B3
dinner on Christmas day and( third Interest In Leta 1d.ditr. 3forlOc
tives. 1 1-1 I Ik 2 I In J. D. Jones SOAP BROOMFor
entertained twenty-four guests. .. ____13 t S3 Turner, Mott A OarrU ___ 14K
Can IBBtfe ft R of 813: cor ,
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and of Call and Orange at. A
Nettle returned home Miss Bell Williams left Wednes- run H 106 ft V. StV N

the daughter first of the week, after a holiday day, for Columbia S. C., after a 101 on ft laid to Call St. to St.beg thenceW ._ 18 6 22 Unknown _____-__ JUO 12 Bars 25c -25c Bacon Ib. - 9c

visit in Tallahassee with Mrs. visit here with her brother and All Blk. .9. ex strip of land ,

..... Cowling's mother ilrs. W. S. Stro- sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. 4 10 and ft a all In lot.off S N 3 aide 7 Tem-lot c : .!:'[' ,:,... .!ift. .n_ .__rr;. _- _, .., ,,!,!-- .-.-- .. .
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L.Ij ").i -- - cheesecloth then wrapped bags.In paper The and bags put are in \ And the \Worst is Yet to Come--- Two changes the bitterness of water from should orange remove 1 WRUF FARM PROGRAM :.

thick whitewash peel, and the oily part of lemon "The Voice of I
covered with n
FARM NEWSSECTION rinds may be grated off to make amore Florida"J
Ij I made of slaked lime and shouldbe tender product. Oranges may .I

I hung in a cool place. I also be cut in slices, cooled In a Radio talks about Florida farm
t Conducted By Start the new year by sub crlb- heavy syrup, 2 cupfuls sugar to 1 problems will be broadcast at noon

for home-town paper anda cupful water, until transparent, allowed each day next week from state radio -
ing your
to drain and rolled in station WRUF, the Florida
sug- agricultural
I* T. DYER, County Agent good farm journal.'it .
ar. extension: service has an.
MISS I'KAUL JORDAN, Home Demonstration. Agent pays to use .good seed becauseIt nounced. These talks are scheduled -

N means larger yields of better I I'I during the Florida Farm Hour
L I BROOKER from 12 to 12:45: eastern standard
SWEET PICKLING v. lallty crops.
New Disease Of time. i

Is Found PROVES REST WAY Plan the cropping. system in include I Miss Vcra Galney, Cor. The schedule follows:

Cabbage at least three or four crops Sat., Jan. 2--Florida Farm News

Ily Slate {Workers HOME CURE MEAT which have been found most profitable Mrs. A F. Raulerson of Okee- and Hints. U. S. Farm Science

in your community. chobee, spent part of last week Snapshots.Mon. .
brine sweet pickle methodfor ., Jan. 4 What the Year's
A new disease of cabbage, never The or here with her parents, Mr. and
before described iu literature, has curing meat has consistently On practically every farm there Mrs. H. P. Galney. Records on Florida Poultry Farms

:Just been discovered at the Florida given better results than the dry are livestock that don't produce Mr. E. S. Galney of Plant City, Show-Norman R. Mehrhof. Con

Experiment Station, and Is described curing method in tests at the Florida enough to pay board, and crops was here Sunday visiting his mother trol of Rats In the Poultry Yard-

by Dr. Ceo F. Weber associate Experimental Station, acord- that lose money. Keeping a few Mrs. H. Gainey. Carlyle Carr.

plant pathologist a recent tech- ing to Dr. A. L. Shealy, head of the records will tell on these slackers. Miss Lola Gainey who has been Tues., Jan. Growing Worm. J

nical bulletin. Animal Husbandry Department.To r spending some time In Jacksonvillewith Free Peaches and Plums-J. R. .s "

Bottom rot of the heads Is the produce good sugarcuredhams ALL ARE CONCERNED her sister, Mrs. A. B. Crosby Watson. Farm Question Box.

disease. Its damages have been the hog should be slaughtered .. returned to her home here Sunday.Mr. Wed., Jan. Deciduous Fruits

reported from any sections of the I in the proper manner. It should "Coperatlve marketing is either and Mrs. L. D. Podk and for Florida-Harold Mowry. Primer

country, and Its annual damage,: is be well bled, preferably without fundamental in principle, or it is an children spent part of-last week In for Town Farmers.

estimated at from $50,000 to $75- stunning. The animal should be unsound theory," says H. J. Denton Plant City with friends and rela- Thurs., Jan. 7 TopWorkingPecan

000 in Florida alone. I scalded immediately In water thatIs editor, Oklahoma Cotton Growers, 0 tives. Trees -Q. H. Blackmon.

The disease ia caused by a fun-; betwen 145 to 155 degrees F. In a radio address. "If it is wrong I\1 Mr and Mrs. O. G. Strayhorn of County Agent Robbins.Fri. .

gus which rots the lower portionof 0 If the water Is too hot the hair will It should be condemned. If it is Wildwood, spent Christmas here ., Jan. 8 A Year of Prog-

the head. In the early stages set and be difficult to remove. right it should have the supportof with her parents, Mr and :Mrs.: E. ress in Florida Trucking SectlonsW. -

1, this rot may be hidden by the outer As soon as the carcass is cleanedit every banker, merchant, and M. Hazen. T. Nettles. Farm Reporter at

leaves until considerable damage Is should be cut open and the Internal professional man in the South." v.f' Mrs. Louise Hicks of Waldo, Washington.

done. Later the outer leaves wrin- organs removed. Then the spent part of last week here with .
kle and turn brown. are more dressed carcass should be cut- into ...
/ PECANS-3,000,000 her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. Starke-W. A Bessent, Jr., com
or less wet below and often dry shoulders, loins, sides or middlings, Crews. pleted installation of modern dry

e and parchment-like above. Over and hams. Reviewing achievements duringthe Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen of cleaning equipment in building
the whole surface the fungus can As soon as each piece Is cut It
first year of its operations the Bushnell, spent Christmas here formerly occupied by Highway
be observed. The plants usually remain should be covered with a thin layerof '
National Pecan :Marketing Association with her mother, Mrs. John Cone Market on Walnut street.
upright until the preparation salt, If the meat is not to be Jackson, Miss., points out 1-: ..
: and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. ApopkaFlorida Insecticide Co.,
of the soil for the next crop. put in cold storage it should be o that it has 2,700 members organ- :. .{1.---alb)I'fing', +o _- __ -- ... Hazen. sold to State Bank of Apopka,
Since the fungi are well distributed kept over night in the coldest placeon ized in 24 local association, has -
._ .. Among those nttendlngchurch: pending reorganization of the con
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In the soils' of Florida, abso- the farm, and then placed in
: adopted standard grades, and handled at Rock Sunday were Elder E. N. cern.
lute control of the disease though the pickling mixture. If cold storage SOME GOOD PRACTICES TO
three million pounds of
pecans. Anderson, Mr. H. P. Gainey, Mrs. Sebring Mark Godwin, Inc.,
is not Steriliza- It used the meat be putin WHICH FARMERS SHOULD
possible practical. may
14 .
HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES II. Gainey, Mr. G. W. Hazen, Mr. capitalized at $10,000 granted n .
tion of the seedbed will prevent the pickling mixture at once. The agricultural South is in better 0 GIVE ATTENTION IN 1933 L. R. Gainey. charter to engage In restaurant
losses there as well as insure dis- Dr. recommended cold storage -
Shealy economic position than at this --
Weekly from Home Demonstration Rev and Mrs. McGauley\ and business.
eease-free plants. Healthy plants o, for most places in Florida. time a year ago owing largely to (By Spuds Johnson.) Specialist Tallahassee children left Monday to spend the
f. have a better chance of maturing. The sweet pickling solution used reduced costs of production, and to There are a number -of things Christmas with relativesand

Careful cultivation should be prac- at the station is made by mixing more home grown foods for farm that will help us in our farming in 0 i holidays in .
ticed to prevent the foliage from 14 pounds of salt, 3 pounds of families and feeds for farm animals 1932 and that should be given con- Georgia.The of

e coming in contact with the soil. brown sugar (or 3 pints of syrup) according to the report on sideration near the first of the year CRYSTALLIZED FRUITS primary anti junior grades

Wore than 80 percent of the Infected 3 ounces of saltpeter, and 6 gal- the Agricultural Outlook for the when we are making our plans for There are methods,for crystallizing -! the Baptist Sunday school enjoyeda

plants found by Dr. Weber lons of water In a tub or barrel. Southern states which Is being distributed the year. To mention all of them citrus fruits that will preservethe 0 Christmas tree and program at

,' were banked too high with soil. The meat Is packed with the skin 1 by the Bureau of Agricul- would hardly be possible in one product for a long time, but the church, Saturday night, Dec.

High humidity aids the growth of side down, in this solution. The tural Economics of the U. S. Department short article, and, too, there are when it is for Immediate consump- 19.Mrs.
the fungus and these banks also hams and shoulders are placed In of Agriculture. certain local problems which farm- tion quick, methods may success- I. A. Smith and childrenof hw1

tend to prevent aeratioj. the bottom. A side is left In the ers in each section should study. fully be usedOrurxfrult Jacksonville are here visitingher

solution for two days for each However, a few general thoughtsare Peel mother, Mrs. E. J. Ward.

Some farm relief may be had for pound, and a ham or shoulder threeor NEW FLORIDA TRUCK CROPS given here. Select bright fruit with a thick Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Matheny and

next year by using the winter fireside four days for each pound weight. INSECT BULLETIN PRINTED The supply of soil moisture is peel and wash It carefully. Break son, Ortho, spent relatives.Mr. Christmas. dayIn ) ;;; ; House

for reading and studying about The meat is then taken out and the oil cells by grating the peel Madison with
better farming. A complete bulletin about Florida one of the determining factors in J. R. Quarrella of Miami, Is Burned DOWN
smoked over hickory wood. It is lightly. Remove the peel, cut in
: truck and garden insects has the success or failure of our farm slices and visiting his children at the homeof
narrow or shapes, weigh.
been revised the Florida crops. Of course we cannot regu-
Just by Then cover in water and boll for Mr. Ellis demons.
"" Experiment Station. J. R. Watson, late the rainfall, but we can helpto 10 minutes. Pour the water off, Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Matheny of people used to ask, "Is he
widely known entomologist, Is the conserve moisture for a dry per. Madison few here this "
and three times until spent a days insured? Now ask "Is
repeat or aa they ,
OJow to play Bridge author. This 212-page bulletin iod. Nothing will determine the much of the bitter flavor Is removed week, with his brother, M. P. Ma- he properly Insured?
contains the latest Information capacity of the soil for holding wa-
1 / AUCTIONCONTRACT about all the ter more than vegetable matter or as desired. Dry. the peel between theny. Adequate sound stock fire
0, 'iI///////t2// afrd{ major insects of humus which Is folds of cloth. Erma and Ivan Hazen were business
Florida truck decayed vegetable insurance will
crops as well as pic- For each pound of peel add 1 1-2 visitors to Clermont last properly protect
N tures of many of them. It is num. matter. Warm winters and abund- pounds of sugar to 6 ounces of wa week. you against loss and the '\'PJ'

F'7 ber 232, and free copies are avail- ance In of rains at certain seasons result ter. Dissolve the sugar,, add the Mr. T. B. Plnholster, Miss Ol- service 05 our dependableagency
able. a rapid depletion of humus lie Hague and Mts. Florence Varn- will of valueto
prepared peel, cook until the prove
Ly Wynne Ferguson and vegetable matter in our soils. adore were attending to businessIn .
We need to syrup Is absorbed. If the peel is you.HAROLD
I keep growing legumeson
ONE FAILURE IN 25: Gainesville Monday I
cooked in the too it will
"''Lli' Author 'PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDCB cjir lands to supply vegetable sugar
be hard I C.
.. --- --- matter. These legume also and unattractive. A good
Of all the cooperatives formedin crops test is to roll a piece that has cook- Monticello Pecan shelling
COI.llIhl,19JI, by Hoylo,Jr. gather nitrogen from the air and
,, 1 the state of Georgia, only one in help to keep our soil rich. ed transparent in granulated sug- plant here operating at full ca- INSURANCE
I 25 has failed, according to a report make They ar. If after a few minutes It stiffens pacity, giving employment to 150
ARTICLE No.9 our soil easier to cultivate
made by C. G. Garner of the enough to retain various women. j STARKE. FLORIDA
: The'. normal bind at Auction and fur that reason does not justify a Agricultural Extension Service."I rotation food for plants. Our shapes it is sufficiently cooked. --- -- --
ijjContract/ U one that. contains suit of shut-out bid doubt if crop plans should includeall -- -- -- -- -- -
a of either hearts or clubs. any other business in When this point Is reached remove
not nt re than five cards in lcngl.li.: the legume crops possible.
this state can make a better show-
the peel, and roll It in
Such hands sugar.
occur four-fifths of CONTRACT BIDDING! Ing than that," he declares. "The More hay Jlnd home-grown feeds
the time To make a product that will stay
are normal hand Z should bid
clubs and
because! they are the usual hands, the next bid show two the heart suit.on The the one cooperative failure," he added, are the greatly! needed to help reduce soft much longer follow the above STRAWBERRY\ PLANTS w, '

h Dries that occur four times as often aa "two-bid" at Contract is a forcing bid, "was a peanut association that was cost of keeping farm animals method, and add 1-4 pint of clear
lie other type. Hands that contain so Z is sure of another chance to bid. predestined to failure from the and livestock. There are a numberof corn syrup along with the sugar.

suits of more than five cards in lengths The hand is a sure small slam if partnercan start, yet it helped establishmentof legume crops that made good This method will require slower
e the unusual luuuis, the ones that assist either clubs or hearts, and purchase by grades." hay and we should use them. and the Owing to the dry-like conditions around Starke,..
cooking, crystallizationpoint
c that-uronly contain one-fifth a suit of of six the cards time.are Hands not this If seems fails the best way to find) out. Georgia/; cooperatives, aided by The low prices of farm products is harder to reach. and Lawtey, we are making very special prices on
partner to assist either suit Z
particularly unusual but those that should bid live chubs ; county agents, sold $21,000,000 make it necessary that each laborer Kumquat Chips your wants in both Missionary and Blakemore ber-

-cmtai a suit of seven or more cnrdt worth of farm products in 1930. raise a large quantity of pro- Clean 1 pound of kumquats;
plans. See agents Brownlee Bros. Starke
ry our ,
are the real freaks. Such hands occur land No. 3 duce. The production per laborer- sprinkle with 1 tablespoonful of
1?' very seldom' but their can be raised in and G. \V. Roberta of Fla. who will take
'proper bidding : i lIeartsnone SAN JOSE SCALE BEST a large measure by soda, and cover with boiling water. Lawtey "
f,1, J S. bath! interesting and dimcult.} The : Y I Clubs-none the use' of better farm .
,c1uwinl'! hands CONTROLLED BV SPRAYIN machinery, Let stand for 10 minutes, pour the your order -erJ)
problem "frcalw"fc.it A
are : B : Diamonds A, 1Q= J, and more of it. I
interesting because DORMANT SEASONSan water off and rinse three
all contain i Z : 8,4,3,2 through
must unusual icatuten.: Spades A, K, Q, 9, 7 We should give atention to marketing changes of water. Cut the fruit You know Bauer, plants of quality and we know

Jose scale, which during the have during the year, and try to I Into quarters, and drop Into a boiling how to ship your plants on time and give you real .
land No. 1 No score and A B a game in. Z dealt winter damages, peaches, plums, our crops coming on the mar- sugar solution prepared by dissolving -\
Ihearts-K, Q, J, 7,6 and ,passed, A bid one dub and Y hid pears and many shrubs in Florida, ket at'a time when they will bring 1 cupful"o.t sugar in 2 cup. service. So get busy at once and place your order
Clubs none : Y : one heart. What should 13 bid "'il\, the Is best controlled during good prices. for what want.
by spraying fill of water. Boil for 30 minutes you may
J 10 9 An foregoing handlAUCTION
: : We should of course give our
{ 8,.7, 6, 2 j Z : the dormant season with either children and then drop in a heavy -syrup,
V Spa acs none BIDDING: lime-sulphur or an oil emulsion, the very best chance possible made by dissolving 1 cupful of sug

\* B should l bid two diamonds In this says J. R. Watson, entomologistwith and should encourage them in I ar In 1 cupful of water. Boil for J. A. BAUER

No score first (fame. Z dealt and bill hand, also: B has nothing to gain by a Florida Experiment Station. their club work, which will help to I 30 minutes, allow to stand and the
one club. What should 1 A now bid 1 with ehut-out bid. Both of the other suits During the summer fungi keep make good farmers and farm next day boll for 30 minutes in the
the foregoing bare: ? have been out of
!! shown and the of a en them. In counties
+ purpose the scale under control, but In cooler wom-I same solution. Place the fruit on
shut-out bid is to shut out information there are JUDSONIA ARKANSASYou'll
; agents, we should ,
rya AUCTION DjDING: : so, if the information has already been weather this pest does consid- in touch with a platter to dry. Then it may be
our let
A sliquM.l bid one dian Otl.% If overbid given, what would '1 accomplish by a erable damage by covering the them help \ s.Mulberry agents I I rolled In sugar.
he; should continue bidding. diamonds shutout bid? Such biJ would only branches and causing them to die. Lemon and Orange Peel .
and not show the heart suit at inform the opponents that B had a It is about the color of peach tree Rough lemon and sour orange --- ----- ----- ---

.d aU. There is no ad vantage in a shut-out !game htud in diamonds and incite bark, but on younger twigs causesa Strawberries from peel may be crystallized by about -. ,,- .- _.- -
bid of five diamonds.: / has already them to overbid to save gume. Bid reddish or pinkish spot that Is this section going to market. the same method aa grapefruit.A .
shown hia club suit and, if Y Iou a such a hand by easy stage. and the easily noticeable. I never know how gooda
pade' Lid, he Is more apt to bid five results will be much more satisfactory i ..
Now, while the trees are dormant be until .
Spades; } over a five-diamond hid than cigar can you
if A bids one diamond and then bids CONTRACT BIDDING: Is a good time to spray for 'L
up the hand gradually. It is not advisable U should bid three diamonds, which the scale since stronger sprays may havemrlrfl a \1- ,
to show the heart suit because is a forcing!! Li i A's partner is more apt to assist hearts the bidding open. If by any chance A a winter spray the commercial :a M ) D WAS
+, than diamonds and A's heart suit is should bid spades, B should bid for a lime-sulphur be used spa 4, II IIm U
may as strong
444 not strong: enough to trump clubs and grand 1I1..m.ith any other bid by A,
( pades. One diamond 1, therefore, is A'. II should bid n small slam in diamonds. aa one"part to eight parts of water. Now
proper bid.CONTRACT. If A assists the diamonds, B should The oil emulsion commonly used on 1 -. SAME SIZE:
bid a grand slam in diamonds. citrus trees may be used, except o
BIDDING: that It should be twice as strong.

i A should bid two diamonds : Hand No. 4 There should be 2 percent of oil E a '', s'+s ry ,
Lid over the" dealer's club bid. His Y in the diluted spray. C

J unless partner he is bids thus hearts forced A'to. bid next and bid! 1: A Z Bt I After swell the buds have commencedto /. Lewis Cigar Mfg Co., Newark, N. /, Makers
t t generally, it la not safe
should five
be diamonds.
If the partner
to use either of these .
sprays. -- -- -
bids I ---
hearts or asuists diamonds, A ----
m, should bid a little slam in hearts or I Heart*- A few winter buds due to warm
diamonds none weather may be but i Wake Your Liver Bile
accordingly; DiamondsA, 1-:=, J, 10,7,4,3.2 disregarded Up
Spades-A, 7, 6, 3 get the spray on before the usual
Hand No. :7I No score,rubber game. What should flush of opening buds. He suggested

I \ *., as dealer, bid with the foregoing that In South Florida the -Without

II An Y I: land? :spray be applied very soon, while .. : 4 i ii Calomel
for north and Y1 <
west Florida
Z along
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I Hearts--iAQ :-;- Z should bid five diamonds. This is aperfect in January, just before the buds And YonTl Jump Out of Bed If thta Uto b BM seems tndj.yoor....

Clubs A 7, 4 example of the shutout bid. swell, would be better.If dotrat !(-. I* lint 4 Mya b tfc* >...li... t
lbamond.noneM Q, J. 10,7,6,2 Ihepur' ioseofsuch a bid is to shut out persimmon trees are sprayed in the Morning Rarin to Go OM Most lIP yaw -.... T:w hn .

I none ipponents from showinz the heart suit. with the lime-sulphur, any snow ibid:.bid h.b.e4 roar troth b fed. .Ate
No score rubber game. \VUat should U Z's partner should hold the spade scale on them will be killed.TampaPreliminary If you feel soar and rank and the .... 15.b .wt hi eyhu. y.. 1Wseb
Z, as dealer, bid suit,nothing will be lost by Z's shut-out world looks punk don't awiJlow a lot .
with the foregoing M ...,.r..&.......a4saLTwetrad.nat.ts.e.MaeC.xr : .
hand! !! bid for the spades will core as side i _>, of mineral
u taX salts, water, ofl. lobo
tricks. to ..-..........
survey candy or chmdng cum and expct
AUCTION BIDDING be made to determine cost of constructing 4 1n : E'zuTrtaIIT
: them to main ntddacty! .we.
ro you
BIDDING t 1rQiat..d
f Ibid should bid one heart and, i if( over Z should bid diamonds.: This bids boulevard and parkway aDd buoyant and fuD of..hins .... w..twPtt.etttsr..
should show the club two along west bank of Hlllaborough .fnoIF....... .Y tii sal...
I band is different from the suit.precedingi This I a forcing bid and requires a bid by Y.ill. River from Caaa street bridge to o For they an" da tU "Tbty only '1lt adds w.6dht, i-.a.ti g.rst.oa.I

one in that the heart suit longer and I minimum the! latter bids two no trump, the Sulphur Springs LITTLE LIGHT ON m: U. bcrw.I. sod ft ... ..... ..---..........e.at.M
I stronger and the club response Z should bid five A CHARMING SUBJECT: mPUt dcetu't a. ..... 'l'bet.afor7Gal'
suit is not w 1d -............
diamonds. bids Manatee
I strong as the minor suit in hand No. 2. [ If Y two spades, Z Manatee Fruit Co., Mlaa Etna Koaa. appearing ia "Bw.rrtxxly'. W.fcom ". at the SbolMrt do.M1t1.IR'
h+ Its i hand should bid a small slam In spades. If Y preparing three cars winter to- Theatre New York uses a electric c 1-.
h k therefore, in which bothIyuiu !, assists saw pockx Bffat. which te carried .. lh.r.D ttbatdd. ...
should be thowa! U possible an d I slant ia diamonds diamonds., Z should" Ml a small matoes for shipment to northern In the haodb.L n aa aid to after-___ malranp gmoMama. Ia..k poaJUa pouDd8clap.lIlOa.7GaI': ttq.azbsey petit titMlAw JlaLtR twti.eSSrCt.altl.114YIh.r .

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: j'' ?: in any particular commit one ble: Thou hast showed thy people what clearing of yourselves, yea SAXTON I'''

.:. : :' : wrong then only the grace furnished hard things: Thou has given a what indignation yea, what fear

irh--. ,'$.fi'"T ''ff'a throuugh Christ can wipe out banner to them that fear thee thatit yen<<) ""what vehement desire yea, Preaching every first anti th...
i ,: -"': .....; ;U' that wrong or sin from the record may be displayed because of the what zeal: yea. what revenge! In Sundays at 3 p m., by Rev. W. B.

::? :. 1i.W\-;': and give you Salvation. truth. Psalm 60: 14. all things ye have aproveJ your- Christy of the Lawtey Methodist '.

To whom should you commit selves to bo clear In this matter." .. church. Preaching' services on second )

WEEKLY SKUMONETTE your way? Answer, read.--Psalm Verse 11. NeINSPIRATION and fourth
Thy word is i lamp unto feet and alight onto Psalm 119105. Sunday -it 11
my my path.- : I I
37: 8. 13. What did John the Baptist o'clock by Rev. Sellers of .'ackfionvilto. \

?" 'inntl: irt'f 3flrtifl Al1 teaching{ Tenderness to Children Jiiniiury 7 say to the Pharisees and Sudducens and Hinging In the r.fternol" nat i
tlltl r :' ,. : .:?.- creed if they are to have, anyiclaimIpon Mack 10:13.: And they brought I God Is LoveBeloved, let us love when he nw them come to his 3:00: o'clock. Everybody invited: l

the love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with young children to him, that he one another: for love Is of God; baptism ? "0 generation of vipers

the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice should touch them; and hIs disciples and every one that loveth. Is born' who bath warned you to flee! from .s ''t

of the human heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:46: "NEVER MAN rebuked those that brought I of God, and knoweth Go< .--1 John Ole wrath to come? Matt. 3:7: .'\
SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN. them. 4: 14. What did he tell them to \10?
7.Who DR. R. \V.
Pastors of Bradford and Union counties arc Invited to use thin department 14. But when Jesus saw it, he did Christ any was his "Bring forth therefore fruits meet l1.RTIN't

for ncww of church activities organizations and< announce- was much displeased> < and said unto brother and slater, and mother ? for repentance." Verso 8. Note. ) \

ments. Splice freely given and no charge made-the only requirement them Suffer the little children to Answer read -Matt. 12:46-50.: / "There can be no repentance wIth- Phone S.t Hours 0 to 6 ,\
being that such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning, come unto me, and forbid them out reformation. Repentance Is a $

otherwise_ hey cannot he handled for current Issum. not: for of such is the kingdom of change of mind; reformation U. a Over Corpening's Drug Store .
God. corresponding change of life."- I 'I
the work of Creation began as described '" 'I4
15. I unto whosoever Dr. ', I
Verily Raleigh.
in, Genesis say you "Wherefore I will not be negligent .
"In the
? l I SUNDAY SCIIOOL |I II beginning shall not receive the kIng- 15.: When God Kent the Ntne- "."',,.. OI''ITY a'PF/1l1YTRVUpVTV: 'r
God created the heaven and to put you always In remem
a LESSON j II dom of God as a little child, he vites a warning message how did OF Till KIN \><'1111'-t'rs-: I
I the earth." The "Word" a a this brance of these things though you MWN'l' IOINTY: $5.11001, Kl'MllBrnilfonl ':
shall not enter therein. they dhow their and J"J"IO'l'I'II'.Y
repentance ,
I I word was lined In the Hebrew lan- know and are established in the FASCIST : Beautiful Sitnnrin'
16. And he took them In Ms what was the result ? "And God
up Yolanda Lavexxarl. is the MI1.'nes!
guage for God. When applied hereto present truth. 2 Peter 1:12.: county, the month of 1 t-
FOR JANtr.XKY 3, 1932: arms his hands them and saw their works: that they turned AtiRUHt, I 111.11. '.
put upon girl whose feature: : have bv.> .
Jesus' it describes him as God Sabath school at Mr. I Kelstner'sHunt : Op..r.1 ,Nt'himl Funds. :'
blessed them from their evil and God l repented Fascist the ...
way; duced by the on : .IK >
at 10 To linl. duo 1 ; I
as infinite as of the God ( farm) Saturday Hi-pi ::11'1: 1 i 04
Subject: The Son of God becomes' part Prayer. Forgive us, 0 Lord, if of the evil that He had said which all recruits must wear. Uc...lptM Uiirlnw month, 1 H': n7
Head; as equal to God, and as beIng o'clock a. m. Bible study at Mr. ,. t
WnrrnnlM .
Man. iliirhm month 4.MT: / 'S
we have ever called children by bad that He would do unto them, and
eternal the Son of God and Adam Green's home on Wednesday To bill dim, dot I 7.11 1 lit I" I
Golden Text: "He that hath seen names. Forgive us if we have lied He did it not." Jonah 3:10.: l rl l t. %'>. t "

men hath seen the Father." John equal with the Father. The phrase! to them. Forgive us if we have evening at 7:30.: All welcome. 16."l1at leads sinners to repentance Right of way to be sought for To bnt. iltit* HM I i t 1 H..' ,"i' ; '
"All thing were made by him," Subject for study Jan. 0.--Re I Iliri-lplM, during, miiiith l;% >01 I .
14: 9. set them a wrong example. Maywe ? "Or despisest thou the widening of Orlando-Winter Garden XVari'nntM dodos. mnntli, .

Lesson Text: Jo','] 1 : 118.: refers to the equality of Jesus with be like Jesus In taking them up pentance. riches of Ills goodness and forbearance road To bat duo IIt I 177 "i0
1. Who called to f t
are repentance Mint.n. :Jfivonlrnft
God the Father and his association'
Time: B. C. 5; Place: Birth of sweetly into our arms and blessing "I came not to call the righteous and long suffering; not know- St. Augusttno--Buckingham Hotel Si-til.: I. Pat I n.4I l

Jesus at Bethlehem, and Gospel by with the Father in the Creation. them. Amen.Hemember Ing that the goodness of Cod lead- formally openrd for 1031-32 Rncf-lplK, ilurinp mniilh' ,I M
.. "In him wan life and the life but sinners to repentance. Luke WornrntH" ilnrlnw' month ', "'''"'
John written at Ephesus. ; the Sabbath Day to 5:32. eth thee to repentance Horn. 2:4.: season with many Improvements (ivi-nlrsft tirt I .. 0'11: _
Introduction: "John was prob- was! the light of. men. And the : I IH.l. \' ". ;a
Keep it Holy-"Exodus 208.: Go to Sebring II. Brodos of Fort !!
2. What acompanles repen- n..l. Sept l 1 |1"7< 'h ,
light shineth in darkness and the
ably the youngest of twelve dis ; church Sunday. tance ? "And that repentance and Like wandering Bheep o'er mountains Meade opened reuily-to-wear storeIn H...'*|IIJI.| daring' month '''7i"I, .
ciples. He may have been less than darkness comprehended Is not"Christ cuM< altered Buckeye bulUllng. WnrmnlM" 1 Si,
remission' of sins should be preached To ; ; I
bal ilutt ti.-i 1 1IH ,
Is the of *
"twenty years old when he began source lUlLUI LC HEADINGS Since all have gone astray; ,
In His name along all nations.
following Jesus After John the saving light the light; of Sal To life and pence within the fold. nnl. Mr'I't. 1. '74;* ,
vation. Luke 24:47.: I cfiitM" ilurlntf :, _' '
Baptist pointed to Jesus as the I 1033 How I find the ? Tit"SC'lrEOVI.E:/ 0
January ,
3. By what means Is sin made/ may way u in .111 nt H >., ( r
Lamb of God, John followed Jesusto The "darkness" probably refers New Year Greeting-The Lord I To Lint duo' IVI.. I 46.i| _
known ? "By the law in the knowl- ,,
his lodging place, remained with to the sin in the world and thane bless thee and keep thee. The Lord 320. To Christ the way, the truth the SouihhulI".1No.1. ilverdriifl" Hi>nl.1)1 I Ili el f
edge of sin. Rom. : I
him over night and in the morn- who prefer sin and darkness to the make his face shine upon thee, and life, southbound local duo ..vli>tM durl.." SO

ing was ready to accept him as light of right thought, belief, s'rv'l be gracious unto thee. The Lord have 4. before How many proved are both sinners Jews? "We and I come, no more to roam; Starko 10.37 p. m. livMrdruft%U'tirranl lift, "I .8r.. "' ..1

the Messiah. I ice and salvation taught by lift his countenance He'll to Father's No. 11 1)1. .
up upon thee guide:: mo my southbound uue
I These Gentiles, that they are all under till I I. Hi'lU 1 ,
first live of the '
John became of the inner
one and give thee peace.-Numbers 5-: sin." Verse 9. house Starke 11.22 a. m. n".II"I during .
circle of three disciples whom Jes- lesson appear to express' thoughts 2426. To my eternal home. No. 107 southbound, limited due \Vllrr.. ",* .1"1'1,"

us selected for special training and principles and facts which are be- What is the prayer of the pentl- 0. What themselves do transgressors? "Let no man bring deceIve t Starke 10.:4I: a. m. To Ii I. doe :,i-,.'t. I Il l/! ; 4

of the three John seems to have yond the power of the human intel- tent? Answer read-Psalfti 51:1, 3. upon No.3. southbound limited due pvurdfrnl Niil. I I'i .7 'r i
been the most intimate with his lict to grapp or understand. Faith you with vain words: for be- BAPTIST Starke 7:31 Ihu(rlplsluring. >.
: a. m. 'I"
and absolute trust In and accept tlunuury 2 cauHe of these things cometh the WnrrnntH Master.At NorthllouJI,1No.2. Ivtirilrnfl (10'1.> I :; ), I
least four things made John ance of God and of Jesus as his Like Produces Like-Be not deceived wrath of God upon the children Sunday school at 10 a. m, A. J. northbound local due Hint. .

Son, seem to be to giveus ; God is not mocked: for of disobedience." Eph. :5:0.: Supt. Begin the New Year by attending T(). bal due tI | I
fitted to write the Gospel necessary
eminently ,
Starke (1:10 ,
whatsoever soweth that : a. m. II 'urlplft' iliirliiK .
a man awakens to
6. Who the soul a school. We had
of the Sunday
which has become the best any conception meaningof No. 12 northbound local due \VarraiilM' '
I the terms used. shall he also reap.-Galatlons 6; 7. sense of Its sinful condition ? 128 on Dec 20th. Keep It up. To hnl. duw Ort. I II 1
love book in the world and the
Starke 3:11: p. m. >UI. 'r
What test did Jesus lay down for "When He (the Comforter) la
With verse 6 the lesson turns Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p.
most sublime of all literature ((1)John's ) Wwilrnft 24
northbound limited due
No. 108
with his I from Jesus to John the Baptist as detecting false prophets 7 Answer, come, He will reprove (convince, m. New Year's' address at morn- 'InrvlptM' :: daring I: : 895:
youth open-mind- Starke 5:27: p. m. Warrant. .
read-Matt. 71520.: : the World of sin. John
margin) with durl"1
service. We unite other
the ing
witness of Christ's and
edness; ((2)) hij most intimate relationship coming No.4, northbound limited due ivprdrnft I .. r"
'identify. "There was a man sent January 3 16:8.: church In observing the week of Illxt. .!
with Jesus ((3)) his heart
: Starke 9:06: p. m. vnlrnft Srnt, .81 :,
from God The Saints Asurance 0 fear 7. What are fitting Inquiries for See of meetingin : :
whose John. prayer. program
filled with love which can see far- name was W tii r lie and WaiiiUH Brunch I tHoeltitn cltirlnir, .
ther of The same came for a witness to the Lord, ye hIs saints: for thereIs those convicted of sin ? "Men and this Issue and plan to attend. I WurrnntM ""' ,,
into the deep mysteries No. 102 arrives 2:40
per- : p. m. .
lva\h-ufl (Od. I ;
sonality and character than can bear witness of the light, that all no want to them that fear him. brethren, what shall we do ?" Sirs No. 102 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. I u,,,.. 1'1.:1
The lions do and suffer what must I do to be saved ? Acts Tvpnlrnft ''2.10
ment through him might believe.He young lack Si-i't 1 1
cold-hearted intellectualism; and rKKHUVTKHIANServices I T. J. Griffin Agent. .
lIpc'"h" during monthWurnintn
was not that light, but was hunger; but they that seek the 2:37: ; 16:30.: ,
((4) the lengthening of his life far I clnrlnir' mouth 410
Lord shall not want good 8. What replies docs Inspiration Ovvl'dfrltl Iht I ._ 137 38i ti
sent to bear
witness of that light. any
down into the years when all the Sunday, January 3, as Cloning of Mtilln. ) ... NO. in ..
return to these Inquiries? "Repentand
Psalm 34:9 10.
John the such tes- thing. : ,
other apostles had died.John's Baptist gave follows: South Overdraft Sept" 1 IUI.,0FtnielitN :
timony as "Behold the Lamb of What makes the child of God secure be baptized every one of you ilnrlnw"" month, 1.40WarrnntM
gospel was written to 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. Train No. 107, letters 10:20: a. m -
fear and evil? Answer In the name of Jesus Christ for iiuilnir bunt
show that the human Jesus was at God, which taketh away the sin of against Truby, supt. Train No. 11, parcel post, 11 a. Herd!i'art tx-t 1 20!).Vt:, e
the World. a I saw, and bare rec- read--Psalm 91:0: 0, 9, 10. the remission of sins. "Believe on IH.l. %'. ITvi'rrtmft
the same time "the Christ the Son 11 a. m. Morning worship ser
m. e
> l>nItPcrlpiM
the Lord Jesus Christ and thou Si-i't 1 l"i ,
of God." He wrote to help his ord that this Is the Son of God. January 4 mon by the.'pastor. North daring month B.gA r
shalt be saved. Acts 2:30 16:31.
readers to believe in the divine Again speaking of Jesus, our les- The Feast of HarmonyMetterIs 9. What will the truly:repentant; : 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. Train No. 12, parcel pORt 2:00: p. Ovvnlruft WurriintM; (i N-t.I IniliiB1: J month: I 120.10 '.

Christ, and in believing to have son says "He came unto his own, a dry morsel, and quietness Topic, "What Jesus Teaches about m. plat, Kfi.-IKtverilrnft r
constrained to do ? "I
sinner be
and his own received him not. But full of "Hunt. I I. | 4H.13IliMi'lptu
life (John 20:31.: ) therewith than a house sac Truthfulness. Train No. 103 letters 0 '
m. I.
will declare mine Iniquity; I will\ ilnrlnMC month CC.79airiiiitif
The Gospel by John was written as many as received him, to them I rifices with strlft.-Proverbs 17: 1. be for sin." I'aa. 38:18.: 7:30: p. m. Evening worship. songand Night malls clone at 6 p. m. lurtnir' munth' 8.00.

several years later than either of gave he power to become the sons How were the wise men of the sorry my sermon. Starke ill hell Branch tivpnlnift! t i't. 1 IUI"J 1170.43I '1N.

of God, even to them that believe East directed to the birthplace of 10. What Is the result of Godly 'IKHKNT A IO\; % ) ,
the other three :Matthew Mark Our church will join in with the Mall closes. 7:00: a. m. ... :a -
a or Luke. on his name:" "To become the Sons' Jesus? Answer, read Matt. 2110.: sorrow? "For Godly sorrow work- other churches of the town In observing Mall arrives, 2:40: p. m. Pal. Hupt. I I. _22(1(1( B* C

This lesson begins with a description of God" Is equivalent to securing January 5 eth repentance to salvation." 2 the week of prayer be- W Iteceipls ii r rnn. ,til during during, month inuntliHal. IL3.BO: :7,

of Jesus before his birth I salvation. The Golden Rule: As ye would Cor. 7:10.: ginning, Monday evening January4th. Blue HUH. SrhvlulesNorthbound (.li't. 1 ,.._ 338030Hint. _

and incarnation as a human being. "And of his fullness have all we that men should do to you, do ye 11. What does the sorrow of the : 8:51: a. m., 1:21: p. l. Hi-pt. i \... INlhl 2JS.SS

"In the beginning was the word, received, and grace for grace. For also to them likewise.-Luke 6: 31. world do ? "The sorrow of the A cordial Invitation to all our m, 4:10: : p. m.? 8:21: p. m., 5:00: a. l( "o.lilH. iliiiInK1 monlh' 80.33 t

and the Word was with God and the law was given by :Moses, but How are the steps of a good man world worketh death." Same services extended to all. Warrant Hal. Oct 1 durlnir-month_ __. 867.19 a

the Word was God. The same was grace and truth by Jesus Christ. directed ? Answer, read Psalm verse. 4) m.Southbound: 0:31: a. m., 11:34: a. DUIrU-t No. :i(5 _
Hnl. Hvpt. I __ 9311 H3trlptN
In the beginning with God. All The Law gave Justice, but Grace 37:23: 24. 12. lIow does godly sorrow for South Jacksonville Marjenhoff m., 4:31: p. m., 7:31: p. m., 12:47: a. .. ilinlnif, ninnth, 0073 ',,'

things were made by him and with- gives pardon. If you could live a January 0 sin manifest Itself? "For behold Park newest playground for this m. Warrants durlnic munthIliil. a
Oct. 1 __ 03784
out him was not any thing made perfect life, doing no wrong, you Doing Wonders 0 God thou this self-same thing that ye sor- section, dedicated recently. Tickets and Information at I hoieby ".certify that the 'I orago* 'fIn.

that was made." might be justified and saved under hast cast us off; 0 restore us again. rowed after a godly sort, what Holly Hill-Creation of public Smith's Service Station, next to ir statement ihnwlnw, 1.alnnc..t r

"In the beginning," that Is before the law, but, If you violate the law Thou hast made the land to trem- carefulness It wrought In you, yea, park started here. courthouse. the the month beginning: herein and! l above at the ctated.ending andof of r

the receipts end ueusddurlng
.. .. .. .. warrant
u u -- I Maid mnnth( c'rreeponda with
: the reovrdu of my olllce, and In true s
and correct to the best of my knowl a
DOROTHY B? Charles McManus edge and belief I ..ao certify that f.
1 DARNIT the fnllowlnii' I t. a \Hut vt all county
depositories, Mhowlnir the balance In :reach
at the tines of the month he
In firm Mtatcd. and the amountMecurlty
.. bY",,,,, Much depoaltc
wILC MSTII C ( AM TO4oc'rCsv 5wt 5 GO"' I JUST wANT TOrc JUST' waT *'Mtya I WONDER IFHE i uP tT""R'1o.A" ,< tN UP and amount of Intnreet paid or crIted

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&ANT S STER TNEATRF "MINVTC!: y &jKNOW BE DOW* ,N 1! U P WHCIM 3MI dully balance* or time deprtMt V
SMC'8 I r WltneiiH my hand! thin 90 day of
September, 1 1).11. '
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Hereby notice \ divan that under _
',.., 1 ri .rfnil by virtue I J"t Hint. rrrtaln Hunt %
-.. d...rre.. of foritcloj'Ui,u made try A, Z. e
1 A ) juillolnl I circuit'' ir, "..Inrl..... In end fer e
HIt llrailford votinly. Klorldii, In flmnV
\ eery sitting, on the ajth NIC ,n
v mher. A. II. 19.11, 1 In favor.y01t Fud-
: 1 oral. Land hank "I Columbia' u corpurnllon -
UK. complainant, and it
0 iiKulnat W. N. LADuo, wlduwnr. et
: / c nl'. UN. fpndMntM, n
!;: a, l The said .,...d..1 maulerwill offer n
: for mile In front of the iturlhouxa
1t't door' In Bturk: Florida, durlnw the d

%\ ,. hJ I) I' a..e legal hours of sale between the Yon
hour of eleven l it. m and two' p. m.
.' Mondiiir. the tin day of January Y
," 4zDcJ. .) A. U. 1032, to the hlKhvnt and be.J. ,e
;; bidder/ for cash, the followlntr' de.
Scribed property situated In 6ra11-) '-
ford county FI<>rl<1.... tn-wlt.: it
North' Half of Hmith-w" quarter ,i
/ and Hotithwmt Qnurti-r of NorthWest : IU

' r !, Quarter (except' | t au". In if'
Northwest Corner un *fl a cemetery> .1
'I' "--- ._", ,,, r,. ., all I of the above tielnir.I In Section -
.' .r <5-. aMar..\ Thirty <3D) township nix' (II ) South', I I-
,'. Mange Twenty.two ill Eat! can ittalnlnff
-. -- -- Its acrr more or lemv. f
; Also South Half of Lot One (1))
::"5\\.<. -" of <2S> Town IA
I'\ I"MIIInl1'; .16: Range, Twenty*

;'\ "THE MAIN THING ON MAIN\ STREET" one ((11) Eel (Includliir t .".... In >-
I : By L. F. Van Zelm Northwest corner of eald lot known v.
e ". old Ooeby Lake Landing) ontalnlna -
0 ; 16 acrev' more' or I.... r.
AI"". .11' fraction Norttmaal.. it
Quarter. of Ho th...l quarter of Bee-
aihJ Butt: wr lion Twenty-fir (251> Townahlp SIX: 9*
; e&e ; r T r (6) South rtanre Twenty-one (It) c,

MAIN STOCET* g R Ka.t. containing tl-87/l>> acr.., *
more or le. f
? B'itln at the ftoutheml Corner of >e.
Northwest quarter of Northwentiiuarter
D6DOT of Revtlon' 30 Townnnlp 4 It.rtanffe !
A Si B, and run North on tn.vKaat <-
P. Hoimdnry of said I "rorty" 910 ,,
', Barber Shop I COULD TILL feet to North ed e of canal! thence tIn
* ,' I R50EMOST: CINATICIEBKttJRtttD: ;; WlAL ill QC MA 3 CUTS A SPCCl/VtTY i? 1 ibu vvweoe uay Northwesterly direction 40 feat, e-
MAIn 5>kcs?
; ? said measurement 'being at
a rieht
:., ..: TZJ 'R>WN uarln5tudccLCO DOC BEEN BUT( angle with. mild canal, : thence Routh ld
OtA"f" 3* d ..r.e. Went parallel with anfeet 0-
; MO OrC I KNCW MC; +a4 \ 50 from: mild' canal 113 :"Jm.:
:: ''' aFUt3TGIERMORIi thence ,South 60 feet to a .
"' :''.:, HAD BEEN AMI/AV. a. t >tandln" 10 feet North of said ca-'ll1-
J : :. j/ nail thence Noul' h KB ijeirreoe Weet
,'I BANKW CO'/tIE/ WORE! 1 1'I .parallel with and 10 feet from *.atd.canal .
2GS feet; thence South 44 de.. w,]
i .
.n' <. Wext parallel' with' and 10 feet >v .
I" HE DErG/ -rirb DOWNMAIN from ealil: canal 120 feet, thence '
:,.; 6TB==r TIEr r South in fiietrto .a point where Houlh '
\ i Ii Boundary of ealii Northwest Quarterof .'
: 7rEpENS
. Northwest Quarter of JO-e-Sl, f
\JW' ''I.'.* BANKER croexee' .ald canal, thence Eat 61 n-

i t., GCNNE: SMIL'' id I ? !WENEVEO .-. dt. feet to point of beginning, containIn or,1t- ;
, .' t *; five and onehulf acre* mora
: SMIL O; BCCOCE.: : \ I....., and being In southeast corner
DOCS Et. i 15oCtiTING /It ) of Northwest Quarter. of Northwest
iAM b-4tS6 I I Quarter of Hectlon 30. Townehtp ,
a IHJ' ( South Hange 23 Eaat.Id. '
ABOUT THE N"a11Rpt15 L 1 :K. PBRRTMAV. ad,
0 ye leW _. ( Special Maul.r. ".
=ER 'r. N Eo M. JOHNS 11oI''
Solicitor for Complainant .
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C,1a11! FJOHTBradford --- __ _____ __ _.__ __________h_ _______ -- --- ------ -- --- -- -- -- --- .- -- .- ---- '
-- -
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-0-" I I l -. thousand handbills when they nine out of every hundred letters
wouldn't think of putting over five Late to Santa Claus J

I From Other Pens I Ir or ten dollars into newspaper advertising Remember this, folks are ANSWERED.don't get an- .' .

1 in one week. swers to letters
they never write.
,--_, ...... _, -..... 00 Even if the handbills bring in 1- 9o elassify You have to BELIEVE In happiness -- \
more business, they have no proofthat or happiness
will have a never comes. Go
Florida apparently
Published Weekly on
an equal sum spent for news- out and get a Christmas Tree and
Chrlstmas.-Starke Telegraph. f.
Matter at. the If the moonshine holds out paper advertising wouldn't resultIn I take it home and THINK it over ;
double the business. and If you can't BELIEVE
It Is bright moonlight nights would be I RUSSELL KAY enough I
To statistics use- *
E. S. Matthews __ Christmas time, you know! quote By Association to DECORATE It with a few lights 1' I
Ho much that news- Press :
proof Florida
I and doo-dads, well "
Secretary. Just HANG
J. Ci Robinson : Bronson Journal. paper .a..d ver f-l..s,IM'.'.' .4u the moat -&tfectlve -- II I yourself on It. you've been blockln' ,
----0-- has already been compiled I m
It's n crime to go( to Dade county and published that further argument According to the Bradenton Her- lot of places I'd rather mess up traffic long enough.

Miami without money. Is ald a car load of tomatoes shippedto with a flag pole right now than o
Telegraph. Sure. A fellow unnecessary.The the New York market recently YBOR CITY. They been havin' METHODIST ""
Six \ whole thing can be summedup
+ Yearly $1.50
; money Is almost as wel- brought a NET return to the growers if hard enough time keepin the ,\
in a single statement: Newspaper -
,' \' ; anywhere as the seven year advertising brings more returns of $3,2000. Something ought to right kind of FLAGS on the poles In a recent interview with Rev.

!-.Bronaon Journal. dollar for dollar, than any I be done about this. Imagine, common out there lately, let alone a hu- W. F. Jones pastor of the Metho-

-0- other kind. (ordinary GROWERS getting man being. If he gets by with dist church he stated that he was +

l f Write it 1932. As one editor sees It, you came -0A ---- MONEY, Why It's ridiculous. nothing but a broken RECORDIt'll delighted that the Bishop had again I r

this world with nothing on Hamlet on ChristmasTo Somebody must have made a hor- be a lucky break. Anyhowlet's assigned him to the Starke church !ti I,

but If you'll live In a little give or not to give-that's the rible mistake, or else the brokers hope he doesn't start another for the year 1932 Mr. Jones hopes '. J
A Happy New they will soon have plenty on question: and commission men are losing epidemic. I remember awhile back that his church will make this year 11
We knew their minds. If it should happen when there were hardly enough a marked in
.-Starke Telegraph. Whether it is wiser at this time to success all depart-
+ action in 1932 was something intriguing please another time or two the growers poles to accommodate all the birds ments of work, and to this end he Y !

life in the little towns- The hearts and souls of the frailersex may get the idea that they that wanted to SET. ,,asks the cooperation of every I
Journal. REALLY ought to get paid for member The Sunday school, the

r Hoover is running Or to hoard the precious shekelsfor their crops. Walt 'till the FARM And now It seems that Mr Widener Woman's Missionary Society, the \
BOARD hears about this First has been plan tin' a lot of .
the Epworth League and the children's
The country will complete a selfish cause,
thing you know growers will berefusll1' palm trees down In .Miami lately. world clubs are all well
r4 Christmas swapping of going Democratic next yearBradford And reap a greater benefit. To organized
County Telegraph Uolng give-to gratify to plow under their pro- Imagine that I can understandhow and have great opportunity for accomplishing ) ,

Democratic means giving And through their pleasure make duce and get the crazy idea they a lot of folks will be puttin' good. Let every church

> WRUF has swiped people nationally what Demo- a hitWith can SELL it. their palms out down there this member rally to the work of pro-: .
winter, but why should a man like mating the interest of their Mas'
Florida is giving them then each and every one who now \
gram. better try for something else. expectant waits And I see where :Mr. Bandy ONEof Widener be tryln'. to muscle In on ter's kingdom. ", '
the World's CHAMPION flagpole that racket.
Beach Hammer 'Til I a hero am- -'tis a consummation (0--- _,_ ___
out with
Tennessee has levied sitters Is all broke
-0As -
the itch again and announces that Pardon me If I smile, but I see
of government one editor sees it, you came Greatly to be wished. To give-to
expenses this world with nothing on please- he will decorate a flag pole in in the St Petersburg papers wherea
In effort to break flock of sun bathers ATLASThe
YBOR CITY an are squakin'
but If you'll live In a little To give and fall to please; ay
The statement that they will\ soon have plenty on there's the rub; his own record. I can think of a about Mr Goodyear's Blimp flyln'

proven by our radio .-Starke Telegraph. We'd For even if I study their desires over 'em. LIAR, and I thought It
1, was just the RIDE the Standard Oil
living In a little town and The thought that each a special passengers
chance to get has sold for less than cost price. went for--but what would there
people a yearning has
One-half of the on us, If we deserve It, Must give me pause: 'tis but a A season's work has gone unre- 'be to look at.even if you could see Tire Guaranteed ...., :
warded. All efforts towards as- 'em from two thousand feet In the
In and not
half can afford to make to living a city chance
sisting the American farmer has AIR? Who do these Sun Bathers One YearFrigidaire
next door neighbor. I
,. our That some stray gift may strike
Press.Automobiles the mark turned to naught seemingly, as has think they are THEDA BARA or
If haven't always seen> the case heretofore MARLINE DIETRICH?Imagine
you ...
---o- While all the rest will be a vain HON
the Christmas turkey is have been claiming expenditure, II anybody wnstln' time tryln' to get :
'On what can the depression be n.: peep!' at a common everyday SunBather ; I'
to the state
1 taxes paid repre- And with one smile I may accumulate' -
about 84 per cent of the blamed? Can it be laid to the ex- when they can look at the

t Hoover praises Now the municipalities The scorn of Jane, the chilling ceedingly high tariff In America? 'Gulf of Mexico on one side Tampa
We don't know, but it stands to Bay on the other and the Pinellaa .
? have not 75 cent. Some-
praised I
zens they pay per glance of Mar,
tr reason that the high tariff has not( Peninsular below.
should get a refund.-Brad- The Ire of Genevieve, the sneersof the three year guar- 4'i
That helped the condition of the massesof .
County Telegraph. Ruth,
;a The modern bathing will get the refund when The taunting jibes of Hazel, and the American people. But we And most every paper I pick up anled electric refrigerator _, i\\
cannot that
s. ings but no one can say stop is put to the feegrabblng the hate of Anne say our predicamentcame Is filled with letters to Santa :

4 In vogue In every county In .And every form of discontent, altogether as a result of the Claus. I suppose a lot of you wise- I
state of Florida.-Lake Wales When all their hearts may be guys think there ain't no Santa
Beach News
Delray Can our condition be blamed
r 1 preserved and treasure, too, Claus,-Yea, and that's what's the
upon the men who are at the headof
from bananas. Probably -- -- By a mere Cbrlsmaa card. MATTER with you, and a lot of For sale bySmith's
our governments? Possibly they
Some J\clvt'rtJlfPmentli -Penn. other folks. I
Punch Bowl.o -You want a lot of
are In a large way to blame for
WantedAssistant butcher. One
--- -- things just like the kIds do, butyou're
Considering past our general condition but all the
drive and kill himself
to pre- Rules for the Married a BUM SPORT.-You don't
City by the G. 0, p, for blame cannot rest upon the gov-
(Marianna Floridan.) BELIEVE, and won't even TRY to Service
wanted for also erning heads, for many of them
Man gardening Ten Commandments for a suc- Believe. You won't hang up your
have done what :
they thought was
take charge of a cow who sings cessful married life. stocking because there's a hole in
Yesterday was the for the best interests of their constituents -
the choir and plays the organ. 1. Thou shalt have a definite un- It and you're too darn lazy to mend
Is the last day of the tag Lost-A pair spectacles by a derstanding about money matters They have been right in the hole. This Is a good world anda Station
most cases. No we cannot lay the
in red leather case with a lest thy husband shall think that blame there. good country and things aren't If

New Year lining. he owns all he earns Instead of 50 half as bad as you keep trying*to
Can it be that the All
possible Starke Fla.
Lost-A bunch of keys, by a per cent. make yourself think they are. You ,
to remember just what on a purple string. I 2. Thou shalt not both get angry Wise Heavenly Father has scourged can believe it or not but ninety-

the time. Wanted-A boy to gather eggs 'and fly off the handle at the same us because of our sins, whetherof t. i
years old,-The Toronto time. omission or commission? Per- 1
haps so. If this be true then we
3. Thou shalt not discuss gossip .
of justly deserve what we are get p
Headlines tell
-''- before
n' -- ----- ---- thy children.!' Remember that

Oil bearing sands are \\'\Illlo 'I'stJolhollMeIs wagging tongues leaves a dent in ting.But '
( Hi"I no matter. The writer feels
roller handker-
working on a thy mouth.
ing stations. for hay fever sufferers. 4. Thou shalt not say "I justcan't that he and every other mortal on Extra SpecialHAPPY
the face of the Is
globe partly responsible -
Is making bottle caps of rubber g do anything with Willie," in f
The business man they won't break your teeth orcratch his presence, thou hypocrite. Let a for the catastrophe facing -
iw We have all lived too highly.
the mantle when !
you pull beam come into thine eye and cuta I
vertise could also
save I We have all lived too well. '
off shingle therefrom and assert thy-
t stead of a doctor. Is evolving a bridge bidding sys- self. Therefore we feel that the blame NEW\ YEAR EVERYONE!
our present condition lies at
Ji that tells your partner your 5. Thou shalt not have an intimate (
our own doorsteps.Vhat are we
number, your business ad- friend to -whom thou in- ;
One Atlanta paper and your great-great-grand- trustest the Intermost( secret of thy going to do about it? our friends, patrons, associates our

"Covers Dixie like the. wife's name.Is wedded life. III competitors, too! May we work together with

off terribly in spots. developing a banana peel withourwhcel 6. Thou halt not neglect to We admit that the past year has
brakes. make thyself agreeable lest thou meant little in the way of monetary better understanding to make 1932 a year of J '

L Is perfecting a method of keep- look like a rummage sale. emolument for any of us. On the prosperity and well-being!
The Dade City gristle out of corned beef hash. 7. Thou shalt not try to start other hand we have lost and has

the high cost of living Iv trying to find out where peo- life where thy parents left off Be- almost everyone else Insofar as "I'I'

doing our neighbors. live beyond their means get the gin In low gear and shift gears un- pecunary profits are concerned. January January1st

.-Winter Garden Jouinal. til you get In high. Pay as you go But Isn't life something deeper, SPECIALS 2nd

--oProbably ( and if you can't pay don't go. something greater and something

From the number; more expensive and 8. Thou shalt not say to an un- ,better than the gathering together

I Silver Springs, it might effort is being expend welcome caller, "How delighted I of some amount of this world's GOOD CREAMERY I

in Washington or by the direc am to see you" lest thy children goods? Isn't there something good
1 name than Paradise. that has come to us during the
of governmental heads InVashlngton. become as great liars as thysclves. BUTTER Pound 30c
than at any other 9. Thou shalt each squeeze the past months that will help us ,

Apopka Chief says lace In the world. The several demrtments tube of toothpaste carefully from greatly during the future? .

laid end to end it would headed by cabinet mem- the bottom, let you end in divorce Look( ( carefully back. Check up BEST GRADE J I
that has
on everything important
era are the biggest: offenders. courts.

c lie separately. That Hoover's admlnlstra- 10. ShouUVst either of you happened to you. Haven't you GRITS 10 Pounds 18c ,ij
been somewhat In the -
I am not aware of any effort snore, let the other repair to the ,
been made to reduce the ex- 'artherest' nook that you not be with expenditures? Haven't you
spite of enses of the national government. tempted to hurl the bric-a-brac. been rather careless and slipshod ,

cessfully established Several departments In the cabinet -o- insofar as looking out for the future -. GOOD GRADE ;

existence, converting the malls with bulletins and In Retrospection!' was concerned? Have you

ed Democrats publications of''every conceivablelature. (Carrollton (Miss,) Conservative..) been giving as much thought to'! RICE Pounds 17c i iKELLOGG'S .
,, every day.In Enormous mailing lists : I the service that you are due to God ,

maintained to which tons of I Another year'Is rapidly drawing and to humankind as you should? I

Canada only ure bunk are mailed daily. The to: a close. 'This Is the middle of Perhaps the past year will mean COMPOUND

people pay for this waste and no- I the twelfth'chapter of a story consisting to: us sometime In the near futurea
s grams can be does anything about It. If of the same number of In- blessing out of adversity. Per- LARD Per Pound 7c
i" and also have learned to better
program want to get on one of these stallments.We haps we ,
tooth paste and government mailing lists, write-to feel that the attitude of the equip ourselves to face the! future.

the Department of Commerce'and I average person toward the past Mayhaps we will give unto God the NO. 2 CANSTOMATOES

them about the price of hides I year Is one of intense dislike. Mr. percentage of our time and profits

'1 Bishop Cannon has Argentine and you will be on for Average Person feels that the happenings that He has called for 2 for 15c 11\

n on account of a life--or you may want to ask the trends, and events of the, IV ,, \

the of Agriculture about past twelve months have been ex- And then again, we may do in
bright boy he has
prevalence of the corn borerIn ceedingly unkind to him. the future just as we have done in )
that no newspaper Western Europe-In either case There have been bank failures. the past. When business booms .Jc i.

result will be the same.--Win- There have ben mortgages foreclosed again, and all Is well with the !

Florida _' _Park_on Herald.__u____ There has been felt on ev- world, the tendency no doubt will CORNFLAKES 2 f for 15c
supreme --:"'- oNewspapers -- ery hand the pinch of poverty. Un- be for most of us to go our ways '

on almost an identical v*. handbill. told suffering has been experienced rejoicing, and forgetting the days I' ,

see it alike, all of (Wauchula Advocate.) everywhere. Factories have laid and uses of adversity. FANCY BISCUIT

Merchants!' often lose sight of off workers. Mills have closed What fools we mortals bel) What .
coffee for'breakfast will
: tremendous pulling power of down. Business houses have failed lessons we dally have drummed Into FLOUR 6 pounds -18c
NI advertising and resort to make ends meet. Private individuals our skulls, only to forget( all t

You can depend on other forms which they consid have lost their methodof about them the moment' "school \

as California cheaper or, If more expensive, making a livelihood for them- turns out." NEJV ALTANT/C. \
more valuable. selves and family. Towns cities If the months of shallow wallets V

,r* of their highest They spend five or ten dollars counties and stated have become and flat pocketbooks, little food, MATCHES r 6 25cREGULAR" 4 .

petrified sea cows in for a newspaper ad. and if they bankrupt-\ -unable to meet the call poor shelter, shabby raiment etcetera packages - n

don't get a hundred dollars' worthof of creditors-who themselves are haven't taught us the lessons -
ever are not as 1
new business they think the harassed on every aide for payments of ecenomy in our personal : "VT '

t milch cows. newspaper didn't reach the buying on what they owe. expenditures in our governmental ,

rJ public. Farmers have been hard hit. Last functions, and in giving Just due

Jack Worthington Then they'll spend ten or fifteen year they were hard hit. Last to our Maker, then we deserve in 'BRILLO,2for15c i.Il

dollars for handbills or circulars, year's poverty however, taught a the future a blacker period than
we were a bit another ten or fifteen dollar. to lesson and as a result there was this through which we are now

; the legislature from ; mill them to box holders on rural more food and teed raised on the passing.

1 lt know whether that routes, and spend considerable farm than ever before. There Is God help us to realize th .Cwe AU I i.il
time and money scattering themon on the farm a super-abundance of have in time gone by been living
K Be that as it may, front porches and lawns in many things. However well the on too high a plane without a solid Ban *M? K

_ ;,, reforming, and, again town. farmer may be fed the problem of foundation. Bring us to our senses It ItI
.,; ,,,,,repre tive in AU told they've spent thirty or, clothing and schooling for hi* children and may the honor and the glorybe PRICES RULE
'...fl'I" forty dollars to get out a couple of remains. A huge cotton crop !


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