Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: December 26, 1930
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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mi FC'1U,, STATE TAX EQUALIZER SHOWS Pine Plantation Collector ToRelease FLORIDA FROSTS HAVE CAUSED i-tfft" ;!


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IJebl! 1 1brat TAX ASSESSMENTS CROPSt.
k h., INEQUALITY Reforestation ,4.. ; Tax Returns LITTLE INJURY TO LATE ; J,1),;;

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\) Bradford Ono of Throw. OounUwt.AfUMNhlng The demonstration plantationof Peter II. Miller colector of Internal -
'::001 yr Property Afore one year old slash pine seedlings revenue for the district of Early: Report<<:. of Loss Wore Kxoff.H : I as the Bountlfuls and the qualityIs u t

Congressman Than SO Percent located on the north side of Florida baa received Instruction riit.xl and Careful CheckHIiAwa not so goodVegetable .

14ore the Lake Rutler highway at the from the''commJI! loner of Internal .. That Mid-Winter IU n I shipments as a whole) ,

edge of town is putting on excellent revenue authorizing the release of and are several times greater than ;' er> ? '
/ The following list of counties Main ToiiuMo Crops WereIii.lunM
i ero9u Green HomeMembers' with the percentage of valuation growth and shows a 95 per- all Income tax returns for the yea Much Leu Than OrljcInnl (I those of last season and while lo.;. ' a -'# !':lpY
cent survival, reports R. J. Preston 1930, on January 2.- 1931. frosts are liable to occur during<; Iu
In placed on property has been distributed I '
forester with the Florida Forest All taxpayers who flied return Figures. Indkato-Reports the next few weeks, It seems very
by Frank Drew, Florida
Service Tallahassee. I for the year 1929, will receive returns for Principal Sections likely that the volume of ship '
Eldt State Equalizer of Taxes for the tt tr
: In.IIH of House To I L. A. Davis cooperated.with the L tbrough the mall. All, taxpayers menus will hold up during the remainder It yY
ItalljMr. purpose of showing how the I- Ff'kit
Spend' Holidays In Florida present Florida. Forest Service in setting who are required to file of the season. ,
system of tax equalization Is
out this demonstration acre of I returns for the year 1930 and do Jacksonville Fla., Dec. 19.-
i It being conducted tbe counties '
ai by
Congressman R. A. Green returned planted pines: These seedlings, i not receive blank form. should South Florida felt the first cold fjdablo Movement u
While tax of the
home Monday night from every assessor spaced 8 feet by 8 feet apart show u. i request a return from the collector snap of the winter last week when
taej state Is supposed to value
Washington and will spend the propertyat the producing power of an acre of Internal revenue, Jacksonville ., frost reached as far south as the Itann
VlHi' holiday vacations with his parents 60 percent of Its actual value fully stocked and protected from s!; Florida noon after January i lower Everglades/ First reports Shipments up to last Sat.l,190 y;1 r ,. 4
I Sb"Y81 a perusal of the list will show that
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green. There : : 2, 1931. said damage was quite heavy but For same period In 1929__ 611 ;

"' u a considerable difference in property in Bradford Putnam fire.J.. L. Shaw of Lake Butler set Indlvllual taxpayers are advise later reports have minimized it For week ending Dec. 13__ 86

, temperature In Washington and I and Wakulla is being assessed at out a field planting of 15 acres _ that the return for the year 1930( considers bly.D4mage For same week last year __ 147 if. 5#
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31. Florida, the congressman stated a higher rate. Bradford property : last year which Is doing very .,;U'I1B'M:JItNft:1.'" la the same as for the year, 1929 to crops In the Ever- First four days this week.16 ; u, -, yy;
being assessed at 62 1-2 percent,
Tuesday and with this In mind he : nicely. Mr. Shaw' Is setting out The rates of normal tax, however glades was confined mostly to For same days last year 1S2 ; IMF

"Stanut extended an Invitation to house Putnam 80 percent, Wakulla 90 more seedlings this year. R. L. As edltor-In- hlet Of the 1931 I are those specified In the I beans and this of course, was to Total to Thursday this week 1.208 I,
l[ percent. '
embers to spend their vacations These Batten of Theressa, reports that edition of the 'Flastacowo year I Revenue Act of 1928. being 1 1.2: beans that have just been plantedfor Cabbage & ,et vJe; ,
three counties bear the
in tbls state. The congressional his plantings Is also putting on excellent book at the Florida State Collegefor per cent on the first $4,000 of net the mid-winter shipping sea. Shipments up to last Sate' __ 48 (M

realym record carried the' following account doubtful honor of paying a higher growth. women, Elizabeth Daniels, of 'Income after deducting dividend son. The Everglades have virtually For 'same period In 1929 __ 9 4,

of the Incident: percentage of state taxes than tbe Slash and long leaf pine growing Pensacola, a Junior, : holds one of : credits for dependents and personal ended their fall bean shipping For week' ending Dec. 13 30 ,',' AstiQa yr,
66
Mr. Green. Mr. Speaker, I ask seven remaining counties counties.assess'on the Twenty-basisof at the state nursery Ralford, the most responsible positions on :. ) exemption: 3 per cent on season and beans that are In the For same week last year __ 3 .J.u .

I2f.ll manlmoos consent to address the 60 are furnished at a cost of $3.00 the college campus. Recently she the next $4,000 and 5 'per cent ground now are those that will be First four days this weak21 1'r-t
valuation the
percent remaining -
House for one minute. per thousand to all landowners Interested was chosen a member of Alpha on the balance. shipped during the mid-winter For same days last year._ 14 ,
36 run from 45 down to q
1.) Tbe Speaker. Is there objection In making their Idle Chi Alpha, national honorary The tax rate on corporations for The effect of this frost will not Total Thursday this week.-69 ,i a; ,
aa low as 20 percent. For comparison -
to'the request of. tli* gentleman acres productive. Examination of Journalistic fraternity the''year 1930 will be 13 per cent show to any extent in currentahipmeonts Celery ;

IgoI from Florida? with the 62 1.2 percent the land supervision and Instruction ... the same as for the year 1928. but will result in delaying Shipments up (o last Sat. 1
Valuation In the
I D Bradford neigh- '
There was no objection. are furnished free by the The collector of Internal revenue the mid-winter shipping For same period in 1929_ ,,0 P'
e Alr boring county of Alachua assesses MOTORIST) AqAIN WARNKI f
I Mr. Green. Mr. Speaker and Florida Forest Service. Idle land urges all returns for the year season. Deans mature In from For week ending Dec 13._ 1 <
' ( at 30 percent. Baker 40 percent, 1l1'dll.IN TO llt'Y MCKNHHTAOrf : 1
J.rlaldl my colleagues, In all Christian na does not pay taxes, and at a low 1930 to be tiled at the earliest 45 to 60 days Sections that have Kfir> same week last year ?. 0
JANUARY 1STTaUahass
Clay 42 1-2 cent Duval 33
lions I believe that this the Christmas percent. Union per 42 1-2 percent. cost through reforestation this ....-_ possible date Inasmuch as March suffered from frost are now re- First four days this week__ 15 '.,,, rrySa
season Is the most pleasantand land will furnish large dividendsto 10,' 1931. Is the last date grantedfor planting and It weather conditions For same days last year -_ 0';, ,.
q l! : The table shows that the state etjFla., Dee 20.- ?
wonderful of all the seasons the owner. Anyone Interested the filing 1 remain favorable the mid-winter Total to Thursday this week 16
litor'i average Is slightly over 41 1-4 Acting vehicle Commissioner -
I| of tbe year. It is a season of relaxation percent, making Bradford pay a should get In touch with the Florida Walter S. MoLIn today warned The resolution passed by Congress shipping season, in the main, may r CurunrbereShipments

mall spiritual contentment premium of 21 1-4 percent. $100( Forest Service, Tallahassee. Florida motorists that they have reducing the tax rate for the I not be affected However, the fl- up to last Sat ._ 305 *larh ,

nanj and happiness. I Judge that manyof worth of real estate in Bradford -- only eleven more days In which year 1929, was only applicable to mincing of the replanting of the For same period In 1929 _,.._ 168 ;',
will have the pleasure of JOINT INSTALLATION OKWOOOMENOK that Therefore taxpayer I For" week ending Dec. 13_._ '8
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you year. crops may prove quite a problemand 4
at i county is placed on the tax books to do their new 'year's shopping
lining home and spending the holiday at $62.60; in Alachua county it : TIIK WORM for 1981 automobile license tags. are cautioned regarding the correct -' It will be some time before the For same week last year _.. 18
with families. I AND CIRCLE OFFICERSThe for actual First four days this __
( .1 season your Is carried on the tax books at $30 computation of the tax acreage that ball been replanted week 1
Lctliilrltl trust It will brlifg to each of you results Bradford McLlne repeated previous assertions the year 1930."IHt.t.Y11'tD. will be known. For same days last year ._,. 6 l ,
This In county
that happiness and consolation paying more than double the Woodmen Circle and the that the law, requiring all The< Delia Glade- mn _..nn. Woodmen of the World will Install motor vehicles to be equipped with
t
that should come when the busy Day lift tUCl
was the heaviest loser In the
mir. amount of state tax paid by Ala- 4
FOMJKM" TO
lib cares of official life are set aside. worthof officers jointly at the Wom new tags on January 1, will be frost and Pahokee and Pelican Shipments up to last Sat, __ 57
andl A number of my colleagues have chua county on each $100 an's Club on Jan. 2, 8 p. ro., followed enforced strictly regardless of UK: ItfPI: .\TI FRIDAY NIGHT nay showed considerablyless For same period In 1929 __ 113 >ah fit'
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mnlectl i indicated their (Intention of spend- The property.comparative table Issued in by a banquet. i customs of previous] years or what damage. It was at first estimated For week ending Dec. 13 __ 13 tty b rw" '.
tea portion of the holidays in State President, Mrs. Myrtle local authorities. say in any coun the dlaagreebala weather 1 ror week
a Equalizer Drew follows: Despite that about 70 per cent of the news same last year __ 28 ti
,eel our great State of Florida. I am Assessor's Depue from Fort Pierce, Miss ties.The of Monday night an appreciative I ly planted crop was damaged but First, tour day this week __ 33 ';
familiar with the train and bus Crump, State Manager from Tam-: acting commissioner summed For '
Estimate audience enjoyed the delightful some of the more alert and farseeing same days last year ....__ 33 ;
schedules for Florida 'as well as County As to $100 pa, and state officers and members up the situation with "havea play "Hollywood Follies", 'a growers protected their Total to Thursday this week 90 axt ,, ,
the roads I shall from other groves will be guestsof new tag on pew year's day or 4 ;.
'I, leading there. Alachua _______________ 30 Starke Committees I face arrest. .1.; four-act play given at the Gaiety crops or were In a more advantageous Pepper a t1+ PI4;.

be very glad to furnish you with Baker -____________-__- 40 to make grove.this are McLIn said.joot'that Theatre under the directorship of position along the lake and Shipments up to last Sat.___ 360 6J fi"e rM ,.

any Information or road maps that Bay __________________ '331.3 All busy officers,, past and a gala event. are being obtained earlier new tags this Mr. R, F. Demorest. Upon popular came through with little or no For same period In 1929 ._ 71 % ., ,

you may need. If you will spend Bradford ______________ 62 1-2 requested to wear white present degree, are year was found in office records request this play will be repeated damage. With these undamaged For week ending Dec. 13 -_ 55

your holidays In Florida. I know Brevard _______________ 60 staff In uniform. Officers, and of the department here which Friday evening, poc. 26th, area, the percentage of total loss For same week last year_ 18 ,
you will enjoy 1Ij! the people of every at 8 o'clock at the Gaiety Theatre has been First four days this week ... 30 a '
_
Broward ___________ __ 60 member of staff show $50,000 more from cut materially. 1' 8 ,4,4'w
are requestedto tag -
State will make visit hap- purchases c
my your Calhoun _______-_______ 32 1-$ be at W. O. W. hall Sunday 3 on December 18, than on Be sure to come and witness Lower east coast bean shipmentshave For name days last'year ____ 13
If will.
py and pleasant; come, you Charlotte ______________ 60 p. m., to practice their work. last January 1. this splendid production. Vaudeville been going/ forward In a Total to Thurday this week 380

Regardless ot-'where you spend Citrus _____ _---_______ 60 While seven civic organizations' will bo presented between small way and while early reports Toimttora", ;lt t

your holidays. I wish for each of Clay ____uu_.,________ 42 1-2 MKIIODIST, MIMHTKllARRIVK1: In the state have requested an extension acts. said that the damage had been Shipments up to last Sat.__ 187 fir, ioG( ,Pa
all the that this Joyous -
you happiness I Collier __ u____________ 25 > TL'KSDAY of time for obtaining tags considerable, later reports placed For same period in 1929 ___ 21

Applause.season) should bring to you. Columbia ______________ 60 McLIn said 9.000 to 10,000 letters tag money Is. delayed. Other the damage at about 2 per cent. For week ending Dec. 13 __ 60
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Mr. Clarke of New York. Mr. Dad ___________._______ 60 Rev. and Mrs W. F. Jones arrived have come to him asking that the need the funds to meet Intereston Thin. includes territory aa far For same week last year __ 18 4'"First

Speaker, I ask unanimous consentto Derioto ___ _____________ 36 here Tuesday afternoon and law be strictly enforced. Auto- bonded debts north as Vero Ileach. four days this week 34 'tf+

address the House for half a Dixie .________________ 40 are occupying the parsonage Mr. mi bl a dealers and "for hire" Intents "If the data for obtaining new Pompano and Fort Lauderdalehad For same days last year ___ 3 '1 r3e rah',,,,
Duval 33 Jones comes from Miami where have practically no damage and Ft. Total to Thursday this week 221 :y wCX'
-- asked strict
minute. --r------------ I enforcement tags Is 'wrong, why hasn't some
The Speaker. Is there objectionto Kscambla ______________ 40 I he served the Silver Palm Metho- to protect their interests, one asked the legislature to Myars on the west coast reports Vegetables y l

the resueet of the gentlemanfrom Flagler ________________ 40 dist church for the past two yeal's.For McLIn said change the date during the pas t less than 1 per cent damage. The Shipments up to last Sat. _1,093 yPlfi"a'For

New York? Franklin _______________ 331-3 the coming year Mr. Jones "Small counties" the acting 12 years? Sentiment Teems to be Fort Myers section expected to same period !In. 1929 __ 475

There was no objection. Cadsden ____ ___________ 46Cllchrlat will serve- the Starke Methodist commissioner declared "need 25 20 to 1 for enforcement, but regardless double Its shipments of peppers For week ending Dec. 13 ?.. 163 , '

Mi-. Clarke of New York. Mr. _______________ 46 church. There will be preaching per cent of tbe tag funds, which of sentiment, we must this week and also start shipping For same week last year . 137 ,r ,

to the request of the gentleman Glades __________*_____ 46 by the pastor next Sunday morn- aiti returned to counties in which enforce the law as we have no authority tomatoes. First four days this week __ 71

the House, on behalf of'Santa Gulf _____________----- 38 ing and evening at the Methodist the/licenses are purchased. Several to extend the time one The reports of damage to tomatoes For same days last year __ 33 'Q' )r'+'

______________ 50 church. Total to
Claus( and constituents. I wish Hamilton may have'to'close' schools If day." are very conflicting; Some Thursday this week 1,164 ,

you all my a Merry Christmas. Hardee ________________ 20 claim that the damage: was from -S r

(Laughter and applause.) Hendry ____________ 20 20 to 30 per cent In the pinelands HPKCIAfj: KAIH HATES

Hernando ____________-- 40 while other reports say that 1. ..
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I KIRK DAMAGEH-' RESIDENCE': Highlands _____________ 26 the damage< was very light Muchof Sixty-one railroads Operating In W

Hillsborough ___________ 60 the tomato acreage In South 17 southeastern states, will offer

I Considerable damage was done Holmes _____________- 60 -' ...... Florida is now being planted and special excursion( rates to Tampa''

I by smoke and water to the residence Indian River _________ 60 1t. ..A.. Ar _ .J.! ':> Li iJlkl;k ,v"ldr this acreage_: was unharmed_ u ____ _____.. Th. ..._. for the South Florida. Fair and

I of E. S. Matthews Tuesday Jackson ___________J-. ___ 33 1-3 mid-season acreage Is by tar the Qasparllla Carnival, according to

I noon when fire broke out from a Jefferson _______________ 36 largest acreage planted In South ho special tariff which has Just

I defective flue. The flames had Lafayette ______________ 40 > A 0 .v' a ail M Florida and while the shipments been issued by the Southeastern

I smoldered between the wall until Lake ________-, -. ---- 25 lust now may be curtailed, some Passenger Association. ,

I tbe smoke attracted attention of Lee ___________________ * what, the mid-season shipments Beginning January 31, the excursion -

I the occupants and the alarm turned Leon _____------------- 30 will be little affected by this cold rate amounting to one n py

I in. The flames were extinguished Levy _-_______-_______ 60 snap. It Is said that shipmentsmay and A half fares for the round trip

I by fireman who were forced to Liberty ______________ 60 be lighter this week than last will become effective from points

I cut away the woodwork to reach Madison -______________ 50 week but that by the following In all states east of the Mississippi

I the tire Manatee ?_____--_______ 33 1-3 week the movement will be prac- river and south' of the Ohio and y'!1'' dR r 6

I ? . Marlon _______________- 60 tically normal. Potomac. This Includes Washington

SELKCT8: GRADUATE SCHOOL Maftln _______________ 60 Squash wait hurt some but pep.; D. C., and points in Illinois 4 kyw +

-- Monroe .___________ 40<> The Birtlrof New Hopes pen were not damaged Hardy Arkansas, Missouri and LouIsiana 1

Gainesville. Fla.-Making the Nassau ______________ 60 vegetables were not. harmed, al-I Tickets will remain on sale un {,

Craduate School of the University Okaloosa _____________ 60 'hough the tip of escarole til midnight February 14,. with
hero his choice for further study Okeechobee ____________ 60 turned a. little but growers were I February 24 for the return limit. a: .

In agricultural economics Geo. B,I Orange _________-_____ 60 And 1930 with all its heartaches and failures 'hat this will be quickly overcome say Children under 12. may ride at ty ,' ,
}Robinson wbo will receive a B. Osceola ________-"____ 37 1-2 is gone, vanished is the plants make growth. half 'of this excursion rate. Stopovers

A. degree from Michigan S'I Palm Beach _-_______ 50 forever. 1931 is dawning-like the good fairy that vanquishesthe The Waucbuta section saved will be permitted at all
College Pasco ____ 60 points and passengers will be
at the end of this semester -------r- uppers and strawberries by smoke allowed -
______ ____ 60 wicked witch : : We for all privileges 4 r "
has written his plans to begin Plnellas : hope great things this year. We end other means of frost protection accorded to
itudy here at the opening of the Polk _____________ .5 and no damage was full fare traffic*

Second semester. Putnam _____________ 80<) hope for renewed prosperity, for harmony, for I uccess. .And Practically all of the reported tender In a special advertising: cam

________ 25 paign, officials of the
[ 9t. Johns vegetable in the South Flor
have them
GASOLINE CONSUMPTIONBradford St. Lucie __________ .0 we shall. The finger of destiny points clearly. We the state were killed central during sectionsof ida Fair are urging northern reali''
the
Santa Rosa __________ 60 dents to take advantage of the Cro.'y '
give thanks for this omen of fairer times and "old snap of November 28 and re---
county consumed 6031 ,- Sarasota __________ 26. face the future shipments had been duced rates and come to Florida. ?

gallons of gasoline during SemlnoloJumter _________ .0 with confidence and Joy in the impending good fortune of Inre. curtailed Colorful posters are being sent to
November, 60 our all cities
69777 tapped by the
as compared with ,- -------r-- Prices of beans wentVs railroads ties
gallons during October, according !Suwannee ____________ ''60 friends and ourselves. Our country shall rise like the fabled 14.60 and $6 early In week high and as Dartlclnatlnir- In tha--- -r<-,dll.---..-.-. ,.-...iir,-. I't f,.= .

to the report issued by the Taylor ______-_______ 50 while It Is believed that The recognition given the South
inspection bureau department of Union ___-__________ 421.2 Phoenix from the ashes of depression to new flights of golden may be little lighter shipments Florida Fair by the 61 railroAd.

agriculture Totals for 'the state Volusla -__________-_ 60 average movement temporarily should will bring thousands of visitors to z' '6 ;

showed 18.625.470 gallons used Wakulla _______________ 110 success. cached again next week. It be Is thla state and aid In swelling attendance ..z d

dUring November and 17,489,786, Walton -____________ .0 Also thought: that prices will be records above the 600.- ;. "
Kanons during October. Washington _-______ 25 maintained 000 mark asplredto, for the Fab.- :
on a high level, much a t
Wtd.- higher than for the last few ruary exposition. Cooperation of
4-II Club Pledge AV. 41,28 '% BRADFORD COUNTY when beans have brought weeks elvlo' associations throughout the
I as low
Pledge head clearer think- state Is being sought '
my to as 75e a hamper. IJouotlfuls to spread the ;
luC The season Is approaching for bringing are news of the attractive rates thru-'
Jjy heart to greater loyalty transplanting ornamental vines, TELEGRAPH trlngless a'sorts better price than the out the territory affected. "' P
whereas, during
y hands to greater service and green bulbs. the .
I early :
part of the -
*r season, Spuds ;Johnson,
health to better living forT says: While
II county, my community, and 'Record keeping farmer. are record Iiii1III ..,...... trlngless trlngless hare was the not more 'popular. farm work, is slack Is a fine time 'it.f'to
stood the cold
make''aome
my country." ,ji r'Y breaking: farmers. winds of the"'past month'as 'well I around the of bom,those. ,'Improvements : ;:', ,

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t FARM NEWS SECTION DAIRYINGSDr. OR WKAK---HPKIM l'Im4 Congressman R A, Green of the I action Industry.by the He house.Congressman predicted. favorable I, -* '

I Gainesville. Fla --A pig' saved Is Second Florida District said that --

a pig gained' and if sowa are to H. R. 14804 providing for emergincy K. A Green and 4 4
construction of public works Representative Samuel W. Getren,
Conducted By L. D. LeGear. V. 3. farrow strong healthy pigs this I
8*. Ia.I..Ms. 4' spring thoy must have the proper during the next six or eight months speaker, house of representatives 4 -A
Dr. LeGear U i a lute of Ontario would carry great benefits to the lof the the state of Florida today I 4
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feed from now on.
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HISS PEARL JORDA..N", Home Demonstration Agent Veterinary College,Thirty-eight yoan of care extension state of Florida. This bill as It crnferred with Chairman ,Jlauger
.. veterinary work. Eminent authority on dbmu and to W. J. Sheely,
\\fSS= = raising of dairy cows, other livestock, and poultry. Nationally I II agent In animal husbandry. lie passed the house today provides of the louse Agriculture committee I
t knn.wn Iret-urew. writer and author farrowed for an emergency aprpoprlatlon of and with Secretary of Agriculture
_ _ _ _ _ explained that each pig
dead has cost the equivalent of 110000000.00 to be used In pub- Dr. Hyde relative to" .

freezing Article XIX. tends. above the roof. The carbon about 2 1-2 bushels of corn. For lie construction throughout the pending drought relief legislation.

dioxide: being a heavy gas. seeks each day the weakling lives be- country before July 1931. $22- They were particularly anxious).

I Fresh F WHY KHKKH AIR the floor. The air on the floor Is I fore. It dies there is a further estimated 500,000.00 will be used for rivers to obtain such provisions in the

I For MEANS, !\ MILK always colder than that near the loss of about 1 3-4 pounds and harbors work 3000000.00 legislature as would enable Florida
for control the Mississippi growers to share in I Its ben_ 4
ceiling. The wind blowing againstthe of feed per day. flood on -
I Ventilation In a Ram \Vht'T9 Dairy top of the flue which Is open Profits in raising bogs vary according -I river and tributaries. $80,000- fits. 4, _ _
The South bos a special Cattle Are Kept aa Important above the roof provides the auction to the number of pigs 000.00 for highways. |3.000.000for Speaker Getcen was also today

\ emergence of a new As Proper FeedingFor which draws the foul air from raised per sow. since It costs as forest road development and admitted to the bar of the supreme _

ie should prove of' -, the floor up through the opening much to winter and carry a sow $1,600.000 for roads In national court of the United States the motion _ _

which the country's several years we have had where It is discharged.We that raises five pigs as one that parka. for his admission wae mad _
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iportance to with us fresh air advocates. now must provide for fresh raises twice the number. Judge Green sail that of the by Judge Green.

mlc future. Reference la Whereas our forefathers did every air to enter. The wind causes There is no way to govern the $22,500,000 for rivers and harbors :(.

iI i 1 auccenaful application thing possible to keep the night pressure of air against all sides. of number of pigs a sow that is already Florida would obtain approximately River Junction Dredge boat rt.ee __ __

iI I ik freezing process to air which was supposed to be unhealthy the barn. It is desirable to have bred will bring; but there Is $300,000, and that those
I ,Its for year-round con out of the lungs by boardIng the cold fresh air enter near the I yet time to prevent the farrowingof monies would come In addition to now working near Victory bridge) , _____ _
an undertaking that up doors and windows and fillIng ceiling where It gradually mixes weak and dead pigs. The sow the regularly appropriated funds Frostproof Mitchell Cafe opened , 1 4' ?

, 0 alee; of revolutionary : every crack and crevice we with the warm air and drifts slow should be fed a balanced ration, for existing Florida. pojects. lIe on Scenic highway at Third _
I agriculture the now roll our beds out onto the ly downward where eventually it containing plenty of proteins and said that from the allotment for street corner. f _

II I d attribution) of food. open porch and breathe deeply of will be sucked in by the ventilating minerals. Sows running on cornor public roads Florida would obtain ::1 r' *- at -. _____

diet. Here Is a the frosty atmosphere. flue and sent out through the peanut fields should have access U,088.438.00. These funds will MANTKH'S' NOTICB OF .HALMI I _
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The modern farmer is roof. These for fresh air be added to such unmatched fed- -
gigantic new industry I dairy pay- openings to tankage or fish-meal as I ?
i iI t of industries ing more and more attention to the should not contact\, directly with well as a mineral mixture: of equal deral Aid monies as the state- of for*by notice In given .that under
(her group } I and by virtu or that certain final
ii I give as power'ul an ventilation of his barns because he the outside for' theff the warm air parts of charcoal or hardwood : Florida now has to Us credit. I dcrrea of Foreclosure made by theJlld.

i ij a continued economic knows that the proper changing of would escape. The'intakes should ashes lime ,and salt. From the new bill he said the I In and.. of for the Bradford Idth Judicial County Florida C-lrcult,

at given In turn by the the air Is essential to the health be down near the ground or foundation When corn and peanut fields are state would receive about $2,000- I In Chancery, on the 14th day cf No.
j i' and the radio. and well being of his herd. Unless and (go; up through the walls eaten out the sows should be turn- 000 In new and additional funds to veniher{ A. I> 1130 nfr of thoFeiloral 4 ;
,Ie Land Hank Columbia.I *
I Early last summer the pure air In mixed with bay and before entering the barn. Some ed on oats, rye rape, or gratis be used In her construction during noriioratlon.. and against Mm. JutUkA _ _
I reeling plant of its kind grain you do not get the maximum ventilating systems change the fields. Along with this grazing and the next six or eight(; months, and I I (CunnlnR-nam;: O C. Kelly: and the I
Lake Holler National Farm Ix
aMAHHoclatlon.
I amount of milk. King plan to this extent-the- out- that this > hs' I.5.f)
lorld was put in tho mineral mixture the sows expenditure would undoubtedly defendant. The und rHlirned -
lontpzuma. Georgia In the In the summer time ventilation let for the foul air Is at the ceilIng should be given 1 to 2 pounds per have a splendid Influence aa opeolal mauler will offer

I t the Georgia peach belt, Is no problem because doors and and In the center of the barn. hundredweight of a ration made on the business life of the I' fur the eels.I court and house sell at In the Starlce front, Fior doorof _ _

i born and bred in the windows are open but In winter Intakes should be about 4 by 18 by mixing 100 pounds ot corn and state : Ida. durtnir the leiral hour of _leon
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nd who In the South has the opposite Is true. We are not Inches and the ventilating flue not 10 pounds of 60 percent tankage -- the highest Monday. and January bent. bidder 6th, for 111 cah, te _

I romlnence as one of the talking now of barns with arti- less than 2 feet by 2 feet. This or fish meal. Congressman Green and Yon of the following denorlheU. property lyInir _, Z

regressive of our younger ficial heating, but the kind'where whole system of course Is based From two weeks before breed Florida attended the sessions of Klnrlda and, to-wltt bplnpr In Bradford county,. I

I 'n of business leaders. The the heat from the bodies of the upon the barn being tightly con- ing to farrowing' -time these sows the National Rivers and Harbors Houthwent quarter of Southwest S
animals Is depended to keep structed. For instance if the system but quarter of Section Fifteen (15) -
i .19 finished a season spent upon should be gaining In flesh Congress yesterday and today The wnnhlp Eleven South, flange
ilck-treezing of fresh the temperatures up and the cold Is properly installed\ and the should not be allowed to get too sessions are being held at the,Wll- Twenty (10) ) a.t.. East Fourteen '
I down. barn closed all night there should fat sluggish. The feed should (14) acre of Southeast quart.r .( # "I
be I or
which will lard Hotel.
aches, : : They attended with a HuuthtMifvt quarter of Section Sit: ,,, ,
r roughout the winter : It is easy enough to let cold air i be very little or no odor In the bo regulated according to thesow's Florida delegation, which is hereIn to--n (It) Townnhln Seven. (7) South,
In. But to regulate the amount morning when you enter needs. lliume. Twenty ((20) Kant. l less Six: -
air original freshness. the interest of tile
I proposed ca- JO acre on North End lastFoulteen
i In the task Unless there is a In some barns windows are depended .
The successful (14) acre ot Northeaetqimi '
iavor nul across Florida Judge Groen
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I season's proper proportion of cold, dry air upon for ventilation. I 'ter of Northeast. quarter of s....,
19 Initial HTUA\vninnv: vtivITINOHTIMt'IATKI I stated that he was highly pleased tlon Twenty-one (XI) Townehlp 8..r-
i oven that the ( and the warm. moist air from the Plenty of window, are a good< with sentiment which Is so rapidly en (1) South Range TwentySe, )''
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be applied with live stock you have a. damp and thing. They admit suaMcht and Kant. Northwest quarter of North-
I ocess can UTILIZATION: growing for the construction ot w..t quarter of Section Twenty V
fresh fruit for dangerous stable.Fortunately cost very little more than the same two, Township Seven
I cress to this final link In the nation's In- (7) South
consumption. 'It we have men who amount of wall. Double-glass windows Itanffe Twenty (20) aat. let* the _
dividual Gainesville. Fla.- .A liberal application fra-coastal canal system. Kant: Twelve (II) acren, containing
I have made careful study of are desirable because a ,
-p foreshadowing the a very very fertilizer to In the aggregate. Ninety (10) .or...
I of the to barn ventilation, among them single pane allows a coating of Ice of applied J. U FRAZRB: ,
anslon process I Congressman II. A. Green was
of the Wisconsin to form the when the strawberries In late December or Special Ma'"p-
and vegetables King Eperlment on glass JJ.! / M. JOHNS
I her fruits will stimulate today advlaud by members of the ,
January fruiting
[ herald far Station, and others. moisture from the inside air con. Solicitor for Complainant. _
I ppears to and should not be neglected. according house appropriation committeethat ia-5-ct-i-t. -
economic We know that cows In breath- domes on it. The double panes

,. arises In our back of the Ing. give off carbon dioxide moisture not in the same sash should be to Harold Mowry associate the sub-committee had approved ____ _ _ _ _ _ _
The man an appropriation of $30- jI
mareir'gas) and other about 1-4 Inch horticulturist with the Flor- F
matters apart.
Merprlse Is Tom Huston ; 000 for the -
establishment of the
, resident We know definitely how many Cubic One objection to windows as a ida Experiment: Station. COFFINS & CASKETS 1 -
, i Texas now a Naval Stores Experiment: Station.
i The amount of fertilizer need
feet of fresh, air are necessary means of admitting fresh air Is
and pure And Full Line ofUndertakers' __
mbua Georgia. a __
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ed by strawberries will\ vary on
every hour to offset the the draft hazard. It is a good I
,, Down as the "Peanut impurities of a cow's breathing. plan to hinge the windows at the different types of soil and with with Congressman Green's Supplies '
use of his outstanding bill It. R. 7927 providing for the
different numbers of plants
From that determine the bottom In because per
we can a ,one- tory barn. -
at line. Starting with a acre. Mr. Mowry recommendedthree experiment station. lie said how AUTOMOBILE HEARSE _
size of ventilating flue necessaryto there is not room to have
ipltal and a small stock of applications each time applying ever, that the appropriation was Always OBJ Head. T*. bm
prodoce that In air. the sash slide In the
change upward. I
The so-called of ventilating northern states windows .
system storm are I
fusion has built up a the bill to $30.000 but that in his Special atteatloa <. telearrarti
I per acre. lie suggested applying _ _
provides for a large flue almost a necessity In winter to ..wd.rHEGE5TEHED .
hoBo annual sales of peanut opinion the $30,000 authorized
I the first application' 10 days be-
which opens near the floor and eJROlOII.nE :- keep the barn warm. BMBALMBII
lions through 90,000 'fore the plants are set, the second would be ample for first construction

(mount today to two and a I Just as the plants begin to bloom. and beginning of the experiment ; DEWITT C. JONES ?

llllon dollars. While and the third about six: weeks later station. TAIIKH. nonm

i the full his Inter'est In his I Hints To Housewives On better grades of soil the lie further stated that the approval -

lit business Mr. Huston more"J l first two applications may be' sufficient -: came as a result of a long _
lai under way an expansion: _ _ _ _ -_ ? .
Weekly front Home Demonstration SixM-lnlista, Tallahassee. a I f -
ixratlons which includes The first application should be -
ruction of a second about, a 5-8-4 fertilizer. while for --
'Ii plant at Orlando, Florida. RECIPE .'()Jt A HAPPY faith eleven of patltnce, ten of the others a 4-8-0 mixture has HTt

{range Juice will be frozen NEW: YEAR courage, nine of work (some peo- proven beat. TAMPA"The

,livered at the door by the ple omit this Ingredient and so addition to the three applications -
lan along with the morning Take twelve fine full-grown spoil the flavor of the rest), eight some rowers apply about _

,r serving on the nation's months see that these are thor- of hope seven of fidelity, six of 100 pounds per acre of some t
lint tables. oughly free from old memories of liberality, five of kindness four quickly available nitrogen fertilizer Convenient Center" of

Essentially, the problem bitterness, rancor, hate and Jealousy of rest (leaving this out Is like In late February or March

In. been solved in the ; cleanse them completely leaving the oil out of the salad- about the time the plants begin to

I ant Is that of freezing from every clinging spite; pick off don't do It) three of prayer, two wane. Others try to prolong the. '

atter In a manner that will all specks of pettiness and little- of meditation. and one well-select bearing period by applying this FLORIDA
hnt the cellular contents ness; In short, see that these ed resolution. If you have no
nitrogen about January 1. This, I
months are freed from all\ the past conscientious scruples, put In t1
%aping through a breaking however, should be.used with cau- "The Playground of America"
It r the delicate walls of the -have them as fresh and clean aa about a teaspoonful of good spirits -' tion as it may cause soft berries

fuch an escape is Inevitable when they first came from the I a dash of fun a pinch of folly 'I and shedding of the bloom.

Blnary, cold storage I great storehouse of Time. a sprinkling of play and a heap- After the plants are set the : - )
I Cut these months Into thirty or Ing cupful of good humor.
from twelve to -'
pairing L fertilizer 11'11haye\ to be worked \ -
ours. Slow freezing hlrty-one equal parts. This batch Pour Into the whole love ad libi Into the beds. Care should be
ice will keep for Just one year. Do tum and mix: with a vim. Cook
ormation of
large taken not to Injure the roots, as
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llhln not attempt to make up the whole thoroughly in a fervent heat; garnish -
the cells, which force well as to mix the fertilizer well
batch at one time (so many per- with a few smiles and a sprig
the
fvr through and destroy Into the solid to prevent root burn
ons spoil the entire lot In this
of then
PI t Is this which accounts Joy; serve with quietness, ing.
Inferior nutritive value and way) but prepare one day at the unselfishness and cheerfulness i

< cold storage foods time, as follows: and a Happy New Year. Is a cer-
Into each day put 12 parts of tainty. CLOSING OF MAILS (
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quicker the freezing : ,
fcnaller the ice crystals, : North

fret of the quick-freezing IMPORTANT per gallon of milk but the average Train No. 12, 2:50: p. m.

"I Is that It freezes so ITEM: IN I'ROF'JTAIILEJ'IIODUCTION : purchased feed cost at present Is Train No. 2, 6:60: p. m. ;
hat the liquid of the cells is OK MILK about 18 to 25 cents per gallon. South

r a In tiny particles which Permanent pasture grasses con Train No. 11, 11:00: a. m.
pile damage in passing : Gainesville Fla. Plenty of I, stitute the states cheapest supplyof Train No. 1, 8:50: p. m.

be walls, and are re-ab roughage to> feed dairy cows Is one roughage while soiling or silage Htarke A Iloll Branch

apon defrosting. of the most Important !Items In the I crops will afford the greatest sap- Mall closes, 7:00: 'a. m. -I (4dI

'complighed In from one to profitable production of milk ply per acre. A combination of Mall arrives. 2:40: p. m. -
,sourg under sub-zero these two will usually offer the -
'ares. The result is a product lamlln L. Brown, extension: dairy- mot practical source of supply, No Sunday service. HOTEL HILLSBORO *

I unimpaired in either man, believes. He says that It Is Air mall and .registers on train : -
Value or flavor. Basically ; necessary to grow the needed COTTON rtKHK.Utril: : WORK i No, 12.niHTIHHCTKM. .
Process Is the same as that roughage on Florida farms before IH MOVED TO QUINCY S _

hu been successfully dairy expansion In the state Gainesville, Fla.-Most of* the I ASTER: SHEll:

f for frenhraeats. but the can be made safe. cotton research work at the Florida .' Tampa's Largest Hotel 1 1p

.* I much more difficult one : I In many cases farmers can purchase Experiment Station here has Miami. Fla.-About 400 pack-

'be cell walls of vegetable the grain ration cheaper been transferred to the sub-station I ages of aster seed have recently / -

more delicate than than they 'can grow It. In fact I at Quincy, and has been placed under been given to Dade County Home I

''Dial' substances Florida dairymen are now buying the Agronomy Department Dr. demonstration women who are Central-Fireproof__Steam Heat-Radios

What the expansion: of the I more than 95 percent of their I Wtlmon Newell, director, has Just getting ready for the annual As-
'*"s win mean to agriculture grain feeds which seems to be announced. tar 'Show later In the year accordIng t-4

'"dustry U easily forseen., rod: business. A good grain ration -' Thirty acres of the tract of land 1 to Miss Pansy I. Norton, home Home-like atmosphere-Large, airy rooms-spacious ' U i.:
:he foods can be made from cottonseed recently purchased demonstration lobby-Mezzanine
we eat are more ; I near Quincy Is I agent and Outdoor Balcony -
IIInal I meal wheat bran and ground now available for the
than fruits and breeding, Darber' '
Shop Beauty Parlor!
Battle
Particularly those which nap corn. At the present price of variety testing, fertilizing and Tallahassee C. U Nlmnlcht Creek '

(''' rgia peaches are not these materials the mixture should rotation "experiments now under opened fruit and produce store. Turkish and Roman Bath-and many other conveniences 1 tft>

lor canning. In years of not cost over 1 1>2 to :2 cents per way her. and In cooperation with I t

roils there Is a rush of the pound. farmers In North and West Florida -- -- - : -j

lace to the market But, here is where the roughage According to W, E. Stokes, "TOP OP TilE TOWNM-Dininsr Room and Roof -

Wowed by a market glut I comes In. Dairy farmers In the agronomist some of the projects Say it with Flowers Garden .: -
late who had a liberal supply of :
eaves the farmer with a will continue to have small acre- p ___ J' __-p ,
table loss Instead of a roughage have been feeding about ages here as a chock on this area
bla crop. The basic I 1 pound of
III food preservation Is to 'r pounds of milk produced, while the variety tests with farmers, begun

Uz. production and markets, average dairyman was feeding last year by the Agronomy Department OccasionsGERTRUDE $2.50 to $6, European $6 to- $9, American t 4t
11ftI' about a pound of grain to a pound will bo continued In about .
icrplus ,
supplies for I ...- .. t
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FISCU. huge qoanttties of I I..y with this cotton GODBEY
CIOda that would otherwise Station. With plenty of research Dr. W A. Carver, assistant &. B. Skinner, President. Weekly. Plates and Folder L

1ra.t, or be sold at a loss. roughage to feed. Mr. Brown believes and Raymond Crown, field ANDERSON C. J. Jackson, Manager. on Application' 4'
"* that the purchased feed assistant, will move to
lag promises the Qutacy Phone 39 Waldo Fla Telephone M-5511
-l4er, cost should be from 3 to cents about the first of January, ,
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but their largest plantings are
Thelma
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Mrs. E. M. Davis Mrs. W. A. Bon Sullivan. Marla. --

ham, Mrs. O. E. Stansbury, Mrs. I made during the winter months. Hilda Sullivan; MrA the"nark

J. L. Simmons Mrs. T. N. Kendrick IT'S FEEDING THAT MAKESA Four and a half months is the average fat lady, Hazel Phin.711'. thr

V c Mrs. R. F. Clark, Mrs. T. S. time required to mature a Scrawny the thin ,lady, kip'

Williams, Mrs. D. C. Klnlaw. Mr. FOOTBALL TEAM "FIGHT crop.A. I Horsey; Miss Jane Simpkins Irelle

R. S. Fernandez Mrs. John Uglow crop of blossoms can be secured brunette. Ruth Fender AIPboD

Miss Carrie Uglow Mrs. B. C. in addition to a crop of de Jones Eula SWindell
i ) Mrs. II. bulbs without Injury to either Rotchklns and : lira
HUN R.UI HANI Dick Mrs. F. A. Sweezy daugher
ENTERTAINED: If. Young and Mrs. Mary Dover. crop, which is not true of some Sullivan and Margaret Mrs j A. L.

.1' < other flowering bulbs. The Pierce Sophrana Paddlngton, Dodd:,tin. -

Miss! Martha Brownlee. leader Bulb Company ship large quantities dell: Miss Blooming Clara ""'"
the
Sunbeam Band gave the THE n. H. H. TORNADOES: of cut flowers to Northern widow. Mildred ch ;
a of ,the PhllllplI', T.
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li HONORED wholesale markets during the eon
young people a Christmas party lent Night. Miss Jordan Son
P Monday afternoon at the Baptist winter months.To demonstration agent .
The citizens of Starke and gaVe
parsonage. i start in the Gladiolus bulb Interesting talk on her orktWTthe !
delightful
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Bradford a
county gave
Following the games and distribution -, dinner to the Tornadoes Friday k, a I t errsaht business requires some capital of plans of the club for the .lad

of gifts from a prettily' course; but with an assured mar- year. This entertainment "
night at 7 o'clock at the MagnoliaCafe. wa,
4 ? decorated Christmas tree refreshments y ket for one's crop It is an unusu- en to try and arouse pr'
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t'' inter
served to twenty The est in the
were ally profitable crop. average club. Tbe
The table at which twenty-elgb g, mplDbel'1l
tie ,gueots. seated tastefully commercial growers figures on securing were highly gratified at
guests were was the
about three and a halftimes and the interest r\lUlt\!
colors taken
li decorated In the football by the
) r P CHRISTMAS PAnTY red and black. Centering the table a tp t what he plants some doing pie and plan to give another "get peo

( I I was a basket of polnsettlas much better' than that. A quar- together" meeting soon.
The Sunbeam Band of the Baptist 4) FT ter or' half an acre planting will
and at each end ba: -k candelabras Miss Teressa Bennett
I church met at the parsonage holding the red candles. The start a nice commercial bulb busi- Floyd Crosby of Rising and Mr

afternoon. Games were and will quickly develop Into attended
Monday ness
place cards wore very original and the box supper here Friday
played after which Miss Martha one of good size, so Gladiolus nigh,
In the team colors.A Messrs James Trlest
a 4 Brownlee leader distributed tnree-course turkey dinner T bulbs Increase fast and.are easily and Willis Swindell were Jlm.

i gifts to those present as follows: all grown. 'Islto"
was thoroughly enjoyed by to Lake Geneva Saturday,
I + Nj Bill and John Chalker Enos present. Thanks was given by Dr. 14 g1. v The Pierce Bulb Company 1809E. Miss Mamie

Hayes. Betty Hayes, Gloria Johns O. P. Raymond. During the Marks street, Orrlando Fla.. Bender of E rltM
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Beach
Pansy Cone Edna and Margaret courses toasts were given by each .- can supply the best commercial spent Saturday night here
after
Pearce Sonny Peek Lillian Toastmaster George b y'K varieties of Gladiolus bulbs in spending the past week i In

4 N Stump, Francis Lee Peek Hart- boy Inman present.called the attention of the I, A any quantity and at trade prices. Starke with her aunt, Miss Ouldl
" : Hall who Is in the
Lou Crews Florence hospital
t well Dew Betty Tornadoes to the "final touch They supervise all plantings there.

ft i Mersereau. Sara and Juanita .. -.... .......,,_...... . ..,.. . .. .. ,, wherever Friends of Miss Hall will be plea
) they without
,, are
i . grown
+ them to ) "
t' r down which was before .. ...,,:..... ',' *, ,, .t-I" ... h','''''' ( -o .I' ''1.'' ",r..". "" ''\" . ed to know that she Is
r7;, +, Barefoot Lucy Ann Dew Carol enjoy, was made by the citizens of I I'rii f'..... 7' W. ;;; t.,';!1i4.."" fa" ., ....-. ",','.-. ". '(.;" .: h.L..J .;;><1\1'-/. '. t"'Kr<'J charge, giving all growers the improving
.< and will be
: '
I t :. > : 7' '" \ .. soon home
.
t < : .r. ,
; F White. ,I, > ,:'. .r !.( benefit of their
Starke and Bradford -county, to' ' i"'Ja.: ,-, .. \t( ..', "- ; ...... n " twentythreeyears'
Refreshments were served bY :! -, -. \ : \ , Rev J, H. Hayman filled hli
then a rising ' '. experience as Gladiolus spe-
whom ,the boys gave '. ". .. \t, regular
: t Miss Martha Brownlee and Mrs. vote of thanks. The toasts givenby -: ; '- .- : cialists.. They will contract for appointment at the Baptist -

Raymond. A good time 'was en- : ." : ', church Saturday and Sunday
the at fixed In ad
: a price
I .; the' boys were' as follows: .:;';'.,.- ,. ':'" '.. .. crop :Mr. and\ Mrs..J. Cartsenson
joyed by all. "To the &lrla"-BII1Y Graham. vance. They want' more' growersto and
children of Lake Geneva I
'"To the team"-Den Sternberg. tA.w ii P. V I. produce bulbs for their rapidly the box here attended I
AFTERNOON BRIDGE supper Friday nlltbl
Brown market..
'1 CLUB MEETS "To the luests"-Ml1toq carefully: over what my' men put mental alertness are promoted Increasing I Mr. John Jordan and sister, AI.
.-
lee. 'llTftV"To Into their stomachs I la strict adherence. fundamental .
J BDITOR'3 NOTE even more through to ma, were visiting friends here
Wyman" entertained "Tl1rnadoeaoJ -Eldlddge: Important to assure 'a team' con- dietary laws-and Just as Sunday.
Mrs.- L. ,> Robinson. In hi eleven year/ << 'at Notre tinued fitness than It the usual reQuired much stress Is placed upon this

,, members of the Afternoon Bridge" After dinner speeches were made Dame Univenity/ rWr to 1930 .abstinence from smokingand building of bodily energy as Is THERESSA Mrs. ,H. E. Moorer and da th-

(, Club Friday afternoon at her by Dr. O. P. Raymond Supt. A. J.Ortffls mate Rockne hat turned out other undermining habit given to playing Instructions in our ter, Lynell. attended church hen. ,

. J home at Klngsley Lake Coach Lpvell, D.. A..- Mon- four national championship Mental alertnesso-ao necessary In workouts on the field.' HAt Hilda SnlUvan, Cor. Saturday.
The Christmas motif of red and team ant hot teen 101 victories the Notre Dame ,system where Notre Dame both the scrubs .

' green was effectively carried out tleth and (Johnny Redgrave and chalked up fty/ the tlevent under. speed and the ability toutbBh| quickly and members of the varsity football '

all appointments of the party. by tne mothers present. Impromptu hit g"C4G"c.. Naturally these are stressed mo,:ethan sheer team are held to a strict diet Bunnell New heating Brstem
in remarks made by ealh of have teen matt carefully, directly1 ,The ladles of the Theressa Installed at Methodist
berries;and were men "weight< -I* dependent upona throughout the playing season. church. au'
Baskets of Christmas the boy. condUtoned-for. .no sport I* healthy body.JlJlHit a healthy 'While.this !is not'at all an unusual home demonstration club and the ditorium.

n holly were, arranged In the l "lngroom. i. more exacting 'In 'it* demand physique/ es ''We'.n Jliio..l. + one practice in collegiate athletics we girls of the 4-H club gave a box : Entire length of northern and

where the IUi8st8 played WHITE CHRISTMAS AT- upon ttamina<< than it the particular that is kept free a.>*J) 'times from do believe that 'our system of con- supper and entertainment Friday unit at Port Everglades, awardedby

auction bridge. brand of football flayed those! accumulations of 'rmldualpoisons ditioning Is largely responsible for night A large crowd was presentand Broward
Mrs. T. B. Massle made high THE METHODIST CHURCH IJI Coach Bock".', "Fighting that might have been eliminated the success of the "Fighting Irish". all reported a nice time. Quitea County Port Anthor-

core for the afternoon and received Irish". We feel that Mr. Rockne' through ca1'eullANalanced( In those special dishes which we western ll el ;ion of Gulf Coast
The Methodist Sunday school view on correct eating<< may<< be prepare for our training table are nice sum was made by the ,..aleot highway state road No. 10, from

: a prize. her held at white Christmas entertain- copied profitably by all who mutt diet.Unfortunately, Very"'few. persons Included generous\ quantities of the boxes and candy, to be used Tallahassee to Pensacola, will be

Mrs. Wyman served guestsa Those ment at the church Tuesday evening face the struggle of modern life seem to "have time to study their fruits fibrous} vegetables and those for the improvement of the clubroom completed in 1931.

tempting salad course. at seven o'clock. There were -and urdU no man it better diet. They must be educated and cereals that give a bulky "vegetable The following programwas Bunnell D. K. Martin opened

present were: Mrs. L. D. Vining. readings and dialogues able to speak authoritatively on guided in what to eat and what not effect". Thus the normal serretton- given: Song, America the cleaning and pressing plant la

Mrs., J. E. Wilson Mrs. O. L. Beas- pleasing songs this matter of outttanding. importance. to eat. This Is particularly true al activities of the'' athlete/a body' Beautiful, by all; reading. Teaching Lambert building

ley.;Mrs. T. B. Massle, Mrs. J. A. by the children and many of those Just entering upon collegelife are promoted and his system kept them to Drive Miss
Margaret
Long, Mrs. N. Sternberg and Mrs. gifts wrapped In white were con- Emioo. ; and thus we find the conscientious free from accumulated residues "
tributed for underprivileged of the coach faced with many duties that induce both mental and physical Dodd; Song "Dreaming, mem-

O. L. Haynes. community. A tastefully decorated other than teaching embryo stars Inertia. bers of the club; reading "While 666I.

Christmas tree added Just the Dy Knute Rockne the fundamentals of the game. Such a careful and rigorous Shepherds Watched their Flock
HKW CLUB MEETS
AND HO suitable touch for the holiday season famous coach of champion' Early In his experience he learns schedule of diet brings real results. by Night." Mrs. C. Sullivan; play a doctor's Prescription r..
that he must the principles And it Is Imperative for the COLDS and HEADACHES
Santa Notre liame teams, emphasize success "Dr. Cure-all", in two acts by club
Mrs. B. 8. Carrol entertainedthe and last on the program pictured above. of hygiene and balanced diet of our teams that It should members; cant: Dr. Cure-all. Miss It I. th. moat apcedr remrdr k.o .
Sew and So Club Thursday Claus appeared and in a most Jovial along with his instruction! In foot- for one physically weak or mentally I god also In Tablets
\
evening at her home on Walnut manner distributed gifts to the ball lore-and see to It, personally, sluggish! man in the line creates a

street. two classes of children next: to ba- TOO much emphasis cannot be that every player has I'ealapprecla- gap that'may render the rest of his <0'J '_'_H _J J _ .... _,_ .. _._ .

Christmas decorations were byhood. upon the importance of tion of the-needs! of his body to endure team mates Impotent to win. The
follows proper> diet In the moulding of a tho strain of competition on chain and Its weakest link-the
The :
used carrying out a color scheme program" football team. A coach Is fared the gridiron. team and its weakest player! The

of green and red in the bright Song 0 Little Town of Beth. with the task not only of bringing Notre Dame football! teams have analogy la absolute.

foliage, berries and flowers selected lehem"-By the school. its men to a fine fighting edge" for been called the "eleven halftmclts", All other things being equal the

by the hostess. Prayer-Rev. W. F, Jones any particular game but also of because we do not stress! weight ,In healthy football team In the win

Bridge and sewing were enjoyed Song. "Holy Night"-By Junior being able to hold them at their the line so much as we Insist upon ning football team. And at Notre

during the evening and gifts I chop. physical best throughout" nn entire speed and the ability to think Damn we know It's food that; puts

were exchanged these being distributed Song and readings by Mrs. E. K. season. And I fled that watching nu'rkly. This physical stamina< and the "flirht" Into a squad
.ANDREWS
from a lovely Christmastree Perryman's class. Mrs. L. Mitchell; altos, Isabel Fernandez, PIERCE nULIl COMPANY OPORLANDO dividual cartons in the United STORESTARKE
Song and readings by
Alice Fernandez Elizabeth Ken. HAS TREMENDOUS;:' ) I States.
cla8s.Readlnr
C Ray's
The hostess served the following ,
rick soloists Miss Evelyen
Mrs. II. C. Johnny's Letter-Do- ; MARKET FOR THEIR BULBS. Because of this exceptional FLORIDA
guests a salad course:
Stump, Mr, John Powell Mr. Wes-
nitflb, Mrs. T. T. Long Mrs. D. sin Smith. ey" Stearns; violinists, Alice Fernandez market for their bulbs the Pierce
Song "Hark the Herald AngelsSing" Bulb Company does not dependon
Florence Matthews
P, Carpenter,' bites Jack Long; organist, Mrs. wholesale de-
_ Miss. Dotty Chamberlln -Junior" choir. Iii, M Davis, The Pierce Bulb Co., 1809 E. the fluctuating -
Melvin mand. Their market would not be
Christmas Dialogues -
Mis* Ethel GrlUtn Miss Blanche i .. e Marks street Orlando Florida, WISHES YOU ALL THE HAPPINESS
Alderman Miss Madge Mlddleton Wiggins Katie Col ley, A. Z. Ad- affected at all by foreign compe-

Mian Eunice Perkins and Miss Mtn klntf, Jr. Carol White, Mary Harriet I SPIRITED IIIDD1NO ON are looking for more growers to tition, should the embargo on

Oruber.. I Bishop Member .of Miss. I, FLORIDA HTRAWIJERRIE8 produce Gladiolus bulbs for them. foreign bulbs be lifted.. They have %
This company is the largest In established a permanent market
Amelia Ray's class. IN THE WORLD THROUGH TilE HOLIDAYS
< .: '''. ,- Meditation Barn- Plant City", Fla.?: Dec. 19.-Seventeen the South specializing\ only In the which la Increasing very rapidly.

r; MR, ANn MftS."' W. f.1N. Christmas N. T. pony refrigerators carrying Gladiolus and they are the largest The marketing of Gladiolus
1 WRIGHT IIAVK: UR1D( M: ard Smith Edna Pearce, berries of Gladiolus bulbsIn
a, total of 672 quarts of distributors bulbs through selected stores has ,
.
l Virginia Fugate.
1'ARTY Bitch went out from this point last Sat- individual cartons In'the Unit- proven so satisfactory that the
Reading "The Bad Little Boy,
r urday night an Increase over the ed States. They have been engaged Pierce Bulb Company has devoted

+ Mr. and Mrs. W: M. Wainwright (StantonJ]-Miss Lois Long.Christmas previous Tuesday's movement of in the Gladiolus bulb business most of its attention to this end
their Reading Dorothy's '
of
entertained members at PresentMts Hazel Mlddleton. 607 quarts i for twenty-three years and of the business. The sales end of

bridge club Saturday night Gift Bearers led by Dorothy Sales were featured by spirited have produced and sold millionsof the business is of vital importance. -

their home. decorations were White-Mrs. L. A. Davis class. bidding for the first time this sea- bulbs in every state in the unIon The producing end of the

Christmas son. As a result growers are receiving and in many foreign coun Gladiolus bulb business is not difficult

used throughout the home, and CANDLE LIGHT an average price range of tries.. Large' seed companies aa Gladllous bulbs are easily 'b'-

three tables were grouped abqut CHRISTMAS SERVICE $1 at 1.45. wholesale and retail florists oth- grown. While the Pierce Bulb I

thai open fireplace In the living Many new faces were seen er bulb companies private estates Company grow large numberof II I

room. Several progressions of the Light 1 among the yard buyers last week. individuals and a large number of bulbs themselves they also
t enjoyed at the close of A very delightful Candle Hi :There Kid!
game were and Christmas service was given at the I Warm weather might make It pos- retail stores have been among have a number of good growers /
added
which scores were church last: sible that there would be sufficient their many outlets for bulbs. producing bulbs for their cartons
First Presbyterian
prlies awarded Mrs. E. M. Johns The for Gladiolus bulbs for others. They H
five o'clock. volume to warrant the Inauguration market and are looking

w and; Mr. II. C. Wall for holding The Sunday church, evening was beautifully at deco- 'of dally shipments the latter Is tremendous. Tba Gladiolus is supervise all of the plantings of What is written in *

high scores. fern and part of this week or the early part the most popular summer flowerIn the other growers during the en-
with ,
rated polnsettlas
The following players enjoyed a creating a real of next week. When the season tbe north. ,It is one of the most tire season and contract for their the Book of Future _

sweet course: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Christmas lighted tapers atmosphere, A program opened it was anticipated that beautiful .flowering1ibulbe! grown.As crops In advance. They make no for 1931 Prosperity -

Knight, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall. of Christmas muslQ wa* well daily mo"ement would probablybe it I I. 'y 'ryg4; tSP\; .$r<>,w.nmany: charge for this supervision as ,they Suc-,
and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Mr. you say
Judge di- Inaugurated about December million of bulbs...axe. sold.annual desire to interest the growers In
the capable
i and Mrs. ,J. C. Robinson Senator rendered under Good !
?
All 11, but,adverse weather conditionshave ly.. producing Gladiolus bulbs and cess news
ya rection of Mr.' John Powell. ' Q
and Mrs. B M. Johns- and Mr. J, the participant acquitted themselves materially curtailed production The Pierce Bulb Company have they also want to be sure that the It WILL be a Happy '

E. Corpenjng> with great credit. The program to date.: 1-sold millions of their bulbs to.the bulbs which are to be sold under New Year! r

__ LADIES A Y follows! The Wauchula and and Bowling wholesale trade In. the past but their name are properly grown. ,

I Green sections shipped more than they have also beeja,developing a The Gladiolus is the easiest
Program!
ENTERTAINEDMrs.
Violin solo, "Adoration" -, Al- 3,000 pints' out up to last Saturday better and a permanent marketfor bulb to raise requiring no special

Movement was expected to their bulb by packing them in skill or expensive equipment and F. DAIRY
George Lowry entertained ice Fernandes. 0. PETERSON'S
Processional "Aedeste Fldelea"chotl' be heavier this week la anticipation display .cartons and placing thesela thriving on a wide' variety of
the;Ladle Auxiliary Monday evening .
l : of the holiday trade.. I the leading stores. throughout soils. Good drainage Is necessaryand

_y at the manse with a delight I-- East"-Mr. Fort Myers had Us first local' eastern United States., One dozen plent,.' of moisture Is benefi-
'_ _ v Christmas party. Solo. "Star of the .
:
I strawberries late last week It ,Is bulbs of blossoming size are packed cial, as It la for nearly any other -
.
The where the guest R.- J. Davis.Responsive '
f received rooms beautifully scripture reading believed' that there ,will be some in counter display cartons. Appropriate crop. .Only a small amount of --

were were II Lowry. shipping from, this point for the advertising copy rte' fertilizer Is required. No spray
decorated with Christmas evergreens Prayer Dr. G. ,
holiday markets. printed In colors oat; the boxes and ing Is necessary. The Gladiolus
candle In Offertory
and lighted Last year 450,000 quarts were cartons. These cartons are placed Is not bothered by the Mad-fly.
Plants
"Angela of
the table was Anthem .with solo Strawberry Quality
the dining room of Glory' shipped daring .the* pre-hollday la the best stores..by salesmen One man .can take, care of two ,
handsome cloth From the Realm
overlaid with a .
i .
Little 'Town of season... So far this year 'movements much a* wed .package are placed. acres of Gladiolus bulb., alone.
frosted Christmas Hymn. "Oh
and centered with a ,
has been light comparedwith : It has taken many year and 'Gladiolus bulbs are divided In- '
tree.Following.. Bethlehem. AlIce the corresponding time of a conziderabl..ffort to build up this to "blossoming' slse' bulbs and la oar fit year &* plant growers thin is the shorts*
,
rs "Cavatlna" -
'a short business session Violin duet, crop of plant we have even produced iu not over 85
site"
ago.: unusual ,market* but.the Pierce "planting bulbs. They are
_ a program of game In charge Fernandes and Jack Long. rear cent normal over the entire Quality "'
Grower have taken, more pre Bull Companyihasjino'w\ reachedthe planted la rows twu"or two, anda per country.
of Mrs. R. F. Clark and ceveral: Solo-Wesley Stearns.' plant. the brat ever -we are now making:shipments Into
"BethlehemStar' caution in covering their field point where 1 they-> ,* having half feet apart and from two to

'! d musical selections were enjoyed. Ladle" Misses quartette.Fernande and this year. It.la said, that with difficulty In securing; enough good five Inches deep depending on the your section. .. .
Another feature of the eveningwas of the bulb. It Is Missionary 1000 to BOOO, 3JSO thousand; 10-
this] precaution that the cold day bulb stock to .upplthelr, orders. sUe not necessary per
a lovely Christmas tree holding Kendrick each bulb when 000 or over *3.25. See oar agent and place order. Our
Violin "Ava Maria"-.Jack. and night, accompanied by frost, They have over three thousand to place ,
solo.
'I, gifts for each guest. which may, be expected: for the carefully,,picked store now handling planting. They can be dropped invery catalog 1* free for,the asking.:
The hostess served ice cream Long. Agents Brownlee Bros., and A. J. Thorn- s..e
next few weeks are not likely to their bulb regularly and rapidly. 100,000 blossoming
Song'V-
i cake and coffee and was. assisted Duet "The Christmas and JIM cause the damage to berries that more ordering theAri. bulb almost silo bulb will plant, one acre of ,them and place order early to make rare of wantt. W.
L. in entertaining by .Mr*..R. S. Pert Messrs. Sanford Ritch will hold
4 order.
bUlbsto land. 400.000 planting site bulbs your
,
'of the Ritch. has been the case In previous. season dally. They have not snipped .
nandes who at one end *. : wholesale market, for several" will plant' an. acre., ,
thi Herald Angela -
1 table poured coffee, while at the Hymn-u"Hrkr . . frost ', ... of their bttlbhvebeentaken.by There 1*., a',wide difference of '
.** ': \ ;Last year" a heavy dinning year* ..1..
served Sing
other Mr-" H.I ''H.' .' Young. ''Ahthen-="'Tl (eJWe; Adore";" the earty'part of January;took.a' *,: their regular tore opinion! coacerntagwlhe beat Ume CI'T' f.>t\'BAUER-/
and : ,
.
cream 'cake.Those
t 'I aWoy bea"7'toU of' berries, while in' customers ,The Pierce Bulb Com to plant, la FIorldauiL The Pierce '
'lldr"tan'aI. : to the World. 2t
present 'were' hymn The "'Mant
I' : Mrs. J. some place entire crops were virtuallydestroyed. pany'are by far the;; largest 'dietrlb.ter. Company has plant V butts every Strawberry Maw Jndsonla,, 42k..,DOS
: Mr*. Soprano: Evelyn Stamp ,
F, r j.
lth.M"J.I'
I J j t, ;R.' Jr'-"Davis, Mrs,',, E.Drown L* Brewne.. p; Doyle, .EstUe'Kenlflci: :; L< cllU 4. ,-..,- ...r...r .*". *'n, .ft OUdiorT. lba.l tJfW- month. "'-Offi'the ,ar"sflrccessfully.- --- .. .- -.

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pf.'ElIIJE: 26, .030' BRADFORD COUNTY TEI..FGR.\PII.: STARKE FLORIDA "."OK Jl'lVPJ ,,
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wIth Mrs W T. Jackson. ? real estate values and municipal Steam Pressing.C ,,...Season's Greetings , "
BY POPULAR REQUEST I4,77g 1 1ttel'
and county tat: : resources In a reg-
Mrs. T. J. Orion Mra. E. M. oJJacklon.lI1e
Ion where the tourist business la w r"" ;
lUll. n. F. DEMOREST REPEATS Johns Gloria Johns Mrs J. E.Corpenlnlt Important '.,4

TilE SHOWING OF and L'Ella Corpenlns "Tourl apparently avoid for- C PXerr'
_y: visited Jacksonville Tuesday est fires as they would a plague:

Fin-. they 10 away and hesitate to come
Henry -Der18,1930.Editor back the stricken area. Aa a "
HOLLYWOOD FOLLIES 1\11' and Mrs. Freeman toi i ii ii
and son Henry Jr.. of New Orleans 't,4./; ; result, buelneee! often suffers when r
La. spent Monday In Starke "Bradford ount7.'I'elegraph." tires break out." \Ve Hail . d
wIth relatives. tarbe. Fie. l" \ In one Western community' i
selected local
east of players, including a chorus
"
ith a Dear Sin Zt( : there was a. faUine oft of 88 per I 4"

of pretty girls and lots of Vaudeville Mr and Mra. Leroy Joyner"\Pf We have received np..eaceedlngIy ; cent In tourist business during a II I i E
Jacksonville, were the guests of generous supply "''ot"foodstutte period of forest fires. A hotel Thee, 0 fair year, x
price: AU school: children, 25c; Adults, SOc Mr and M1'II.' J, M. Mitchell Monday this week from the cood' friend In the town had 815 guests the day ;
we have In and around your com- before the fires atarted. Six days with faith l.l1d'hope.. 4 r F a,"" I

No reserved Seats .,I munity; and J: am wondering later only' 10 were relatered. The Faith in thy bounty, r i' A
Mrs. D. .C. Jones, Miss Ellae whether you will DOt, be kind recovery In. patronage was slow
Jones and Arthur Derby Jones. of enough, to either publish this letter and a week after the last fire wac hope for prosperity

GAIETY THEATRE Gainesville were In Starke Monday or ''a little article expressing out there were only 158 cueat and happiness beyond -
our sincere appreciation and Service stations restaurants and ,
_' thanks to all the merchants. farm- other establishments catering ,to what we have ..

STARKE, FLORIDA f Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright era and otberlf :WhO had apart In tourists lost 60 percent of their known before g ; ::2
Senator and Mrs. E. M. makIng up the truck load of provisions trade within four lays of the .outbreak et
Johns and Gloria Johns motored which were brought In' to of the flrea. ,

December 26th to JacksonTllle Sunday UII and the JacksonTllle Baptist Similar observations have come
Friday Night, Home this week, 'under the di- from the Lake States, New England -

Mr. II. S. DuVal and daughter rection of Rev. G. P. Raymond. and other regions where the' '
Nora of Columbia S. C., will be AU the canned, "oodB.\ green tourist trade Is Important :' F' J. & R STORE

I the guests of Mr and MI'I. J. M. vegetables potatoeir7lr. syrup "Bealdea the-- lo sea' In tourlat'bUlttnesl'1'ea'ulting

Mitchell for ,New Year. candy, and elotbtnJ. { .. eta; '"whleb' from the burn-,'
252525'5 we received are"rentepdoual 1ppredated. Inof:\ a forest area, direct losses ,
Messrll. Willie Gibson and, Mal- Everything can be put, In Umber, young growth and the {
colm Mclnnls of Red Springe N.'C. to good use tQr our need'111' criti- protective value of watershed trequently -;I '

? will be the holiday guests of cal at thlll time .wltb.so many lit- : are' felt by cities and coun-, r,
Bit -j---
of - '
MI'. and Mr. T..N. Kendrick. ,tle ones to provide t91'\\: ties supported In part by forest resources .
-- We would like, to'"y a special and.industries." '
Mr and Mrs; A. E.:: Wall spent word of thanks to Mt'ghriaty. ofthe"S. RADIO REPAIRING

Nevi Christmas Day with William Duncan R. Johnl Company for.the, FLORIDA l'OI'UL.iiTION. '
Via at the University of Florida, : free'delivery to' Jaeksonvllle. We JNCltRA8ESl\IORE THAN '
) In Gainesville.Misa : also want tb 'p8.ltlcblarlY' thank ALL MAKES ,
. 1 FIFTY I'ER CENT ict
Our P.opfe Bu.ine.. anti I' "1Presr.ee Rev C. A. Crosby at Corinth near' .
Coneernin6 "
Eva Rigdon Mesars.' J. J.Rigdon Starke as I. understand that he i Smith's' Service Station %
Final population figures for the
of and : and Ear lest'''Wilmot were and his church ''bad 'a committee' .... '
::::: ::: --j vlaltlng' friends and transacting which collec4ed': vegetables, etc. state issued of b Florida''the 'cenaus have ,bureau lust been In t. - r!? t(f 1. ,, '

---- buslnea.'In Jacksonville last week tor our Society and, the JaeklQnyllle bulletin form. The.total popula- I"" ", Authorised Dealer ,
ooc.aaIcIcIc.IoIc.Ic.IcI': :: : :: :: :: :: :: cIcI:: :: =cI:: ===== c.ac.D: .' Baptist Homeand; .we are

rye and oats. KlcJdlter.... maw In Tampa wltll per areatl.Mr. Miss Margaret Williams Is borne greatly Indebted to nev. Raymondand tion on April 1. 11/30./ &ccordlneto Radios
,, ,1. Westinghouse
the fifteenth was
and.Mrs. A. Co I>wrden.Mr. for the ho1t aYB' from Woodbury :, his church tot' an they'dld'kt'' 46&.21l'which represents census lain
hail WheN she" la attending this be hs Meant a
time all
rootoed amd'.f'o.r
to
..E. 1I., Smith .l of t9t.T41 or 111.8 cent'"al" it4
per
'
school.Lieut.&. I to our Society ovfer; 't 'Mderable: ,-- '
OO1'\11e\ Tueed..' find Mrs. J. A. Long and : period of 'tl1J1.e} : ."X'We 1g!'nothing : compared with the population In , wac'a ,
eon, Jack apenthdonday In Jacksonville Wl1l1aml 3r: 1910 ,,1'.bI..1.t., of ,gala II, the ,
:Tboma)3. whlchi chUQzenggq rte',weer ., highest made by state In, the ripe had rates 01 l'ftcre& rang'"' Beach county with 10'Inb.bltantlwA 1
several 'F
any ,
T. T. Long spent .
and Sergeant V..ey S. Wllllama, enjoy which w. ar..t. more than
of the first series pops .
union and lethe from 194,4 cent\ for the copy o. by wMOalation
.CaUf01'Dla.
tbls k. except Inr per
Lake City we '
In -- of Carlisle School; are home with delighted to have, 'and"owe are bulletin for Florida giving 4" rAYt"
Senator E. M. Johns was! In their parents. Mr. and Mrs T. S. taking this means tQ'thanlting' everyone highest for Florida since 1880.Orcanlsed first named 'to GI.e per cent for the number of Inhabitants In' each ; u +

mea Lewis of Lake Butler, Tampa Friday and Saturday at- Williams, for the hoU4as. 'Who contributed. 'anythlng as a te1'ltory In 1822, the last, over their populations count. election precinct., elty
: Florida admitted to the Union
was
the holldays In Starke.ylton'a tending to business at all to.the fineic pply ,.we have In, 1848. The first enumeration ht 1920. and along with W, Palm town, and village may be ..obtalnd , la'
Mr and Mrs. W. 'P. ,Randall last received from bur-friends 1. ,
writing to the Bureau' of
made In showed Beach these cities first reached by ,
1830. S.-
Tailor' Shop-Clean- "Mrs. W. M. WaInwright and '
and eon. Bill Jr.. and MIlia LuUe and around Starke.Appreciating +
D. C. ,
730 ''ababltl1nta. In the intervening a population of more than 10,000 the Census Washington. EOalnosville
11-101-tt. -
Dd pressing. Mrs. D. A. Montieth spent Satur- Mae Crutcber, of Tamna were all that your paper .
hundred the betwen 1920 and 1930. Key West .
day In Jac1uonvllle. holiday guests of Mr and Mrl.J. has done :For our Society In years, population.ha.
. J. E. RobInson of Oca1a. 101. Alvarez. glvlug pUblicity to our work, wad grown rapidly. reaching 87488 .- stands alone In having lost pop- Conslt'uctlon': .
Saturday with his daughter Sammy Sternberg of the Atlan- thanking you particularly In "e- In 18150. 528.I5U In noo, ulation daring this period. while der way on new Infirmary 00

J. F. CoUey.rglnla ta-Southern Dental College, Atlanta Mr and Mr. L. E. Dowllnc and half of the children who will bene- and almost a million In 1920. Nu- Pensacola gained only 1.8 percent campus of State University, to cost tf r1iw
Ga.. Is home for the holl- Mine Mae Jones of Stuart. Mr and 'L1lrouch your kindnesasnd that mQ1'lcalIy. the gaIn or almost half : about 180,000. '+s
Fugate of Ocala. la days. a mITnon inhabitants between There 'are 67 coa'nties( In FlorIda Mra. Percy Yy ""
Mrs E. L. Middleton and da1lKhter. of.your readers. I am, tnvernellit Mr. and :
Ing the holidays with her were guests of Dr and Mrs.W Very sincerely yours, J't20' 'and '1130 was the largest' of 'whlcb 13 Were< organised Phillips leased Alamo Cate formerly .
, Katie Fugate Mr and Mrs. 'L. V. Moore and E. 'MIddleton Chrlatmas. MARCUS C. FAUG made In the history of th'8 .tate. between 1920 and 1930. Of the operated tly Mr. and Mn. "
family spent Christmas In Jack. State Enperintendent.HUW The change In density of popula-' 23 counties whoe. boundaries remained lnlley. 4 5 k ,
. W. A. CoUey of Amsterdam sonvllle with Mr. and Mra. R. V. Major and Mrs Taylor Belcher .- Uon reflects the Increase In hum unchanged' during the ksonm.-lI, J. Klutbo, local A

II spending the holidays with Alvarez and MI'!!. L. II. LanK. and eon Taylor, Jr. of Oarrllon- A LOKT V10JJN1PAM her there being an average 'of past decade 35 increased in pop-( man. selected all architect for
amity on-tlleHud, N. Y.. are guests: of , I'UUND 26.8 Inhabitants per square\ mile Illation, while i show a decrease.Doval new. Parcel 'POlt building to be f''tl'' t,1'constructed
Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mhl Mrs Delcber'a parents Cold and In .1930, IUt compared with 1'7.7' In county. .hlch had 1.5.103 !Dear terminal. to cOlt
Glen Archer of DetroIt, : Madge Middleton and Miss Hazel Mrs. J. L. Frasee. Mrs. Duncan U. Fletcher, wife, I ii ifs. inhabitants was the laflmt In about 1800,000
. spent the week-entl with Middleton spent Friday and Sat- .of Senator Fletcher ol Florida fa Fourteen cities In Florida had population while 11 lIlaboroligh
nrle, Col. A. S. Crewa, urday In Jack onville.1lr. Mrs. Jack Drlltgs of Jacksonville an ardent believer 1111. .spIritualism 'ppulatlon of 10,000) or more I In with a population 163..619. wall h 4tJ1' rt kr

Mr. 'and Mrs. George Brlgg!! .and occult communication Dur- 1030. Jacksonville, Miami and a close 8f11l'ctoIlIl.: Hade Bounty. In
S. E. T. KIng and children, and Mrs F. F. Flume and and daughter Miss Lenora Drlggs Ing the last aclmlnlltraUan Mrs. : Tampa cult had more than 100. which Mlalul IN seeded wan third '
and Francis, are guests of daughter spent the wt't'k-enll In of Florence, S. c.. were guests or Fletcher' caused much ; 000. Jacksonville. with a 'POPula'tloll with 112,956 inhabltnata.. but. its
Dd Mrs. J. W. Edwards Jacksonville with Mr. and Mra. It.W Judge and Mr. A. Z. Adklna Tue8-: meat In Washington by her aetonllhr revelations of 1294', 'represe..Unll all gain of 100,202 was; the largest L
Mills. day. : of experiences with various I.crelllll of 27,091. of 41.6 percent numerical lncrea mud. by any
I. N, T Bitch and eons and medluma. She llerted that she over its Iloplllation 1n 1920. county In the elate during; the
Annie Darby spent Sunday MI'. and MrR. L. A. Davis spent Mr and Mrs Walter Se-rgenti bad consulted them and been retained its 'Pol\.JUnn all the largest ;- cen"ua per\od. Plneltae aunty was
ke City Christmas In Fernandina with Mr. and daughter, Mary Betty accom- guided by them for tW nty-two cIty 1n! the sc te. In spite of the most densely settled,. averagkux -
DavIs' mother Mrs !Mary\ A. Davis. panied by Mrs. Sergent's aunt years. One of the mOlt Interesting greater gaIns by other cUle MIami 12.1 persona per square mllp:
q, W T. Shiver of Jennings, Mrs. Lewis Docker, of Middletown cases she cIted was that which hue Raised; SJ.066'.or'lt. present In s+ntr.at to this was Collier,
oiling the holidays with hers : N. Y., are the holiday guests t 1'oIr. and Mrs L. V. Moore .MI'. and Mrs. S. T. Dolt and Mr. and Mrs John Uglow. valuable violin 1920. This I. the largest numerScal :U.I20., which had an average of

(children of Gainesville were i'ortY-flve) years ago," said increase f.a any- 'dty- In-- the only 1.. pel'lOaOl to the square e"a"e"
I Hazel AdklnlJ spent Fri- guests of /011'. and Mrs. J. 1\1. Mr and Mrs. J. C. Turnipseed Mre. Fletcher. !In tell/ns/ the Pressabout state and the rate. of 27..1 per nnila D 1 11
o Galnellvllle with her aunt, Brownlee Sunday. and Mr. Owen DavIdson of Meln- It" "'my tathec .roenL .Ia also the bllhe/!: Tampa There are SI'O 'tIlCfrpOl'aledJllal'ell
now dead ,
J. C Adkine.S. tosh and MIss Fannie Cromer of tamo Into the JlQlllleaalo of a 'Which bad 101161 Inhabitants (.cities towns and vlllaes; )
Mrs S. E. Brwonlee Is IIperld. Jacksonville were guests of Mr. priceless violin I ," lId been left 'was lIocond 'In. numerical increase tn Florida O. of which have been
P Vandlverle of the Unl- lug the holidays In Gainesville and Mrs. F. A. SweezY'Chrlatma. with him by. an elght.year-old with 49.653. w1l11. Welt Palm rlPLnlud .lIu'e 1930. The largest '
"r of Georgia was the guest with her daughter Mrs. A. V. day. boy; who bad inherited It from his Bench with a.. population of 28- of these newly. Inoorporatodplwea.ln 1 hoer i
ends In Starke Chrlatmal. Long. own father. il10, bad the et'vnd' highest rate : point ..r population was

CaptaIn Yancey SulUvan WII- "The boy went awa... and for -or Increann 'nliling ';'207.3 percent Coral Gables. la Jl\deOlIounty, with
and Mra. L. F. Surrency of I\h'. and Mrs. J. C. 'Adkins and Hama of Washington D. C.. broth- ;reara nothing more was ever heard : over Its population In 1920. a population ''of iJ,89t. The amall-
Orlando
ka, were guests of Mr and family of Gainesville were guests c.r of T. S. Williams, has lust been : of him. The violin at first carefully Lakeland Si. Augustine/ eat inoerporated place 10. the state
P. M. Barefoot Sunday. of Judge and Mrs A. Z. Adklnll appointed by the selection board' guarded was put away and "rn".A"'. Sanford and Galnes- wow Palm Beach llarbar In Palm

Sunday. I a. rear admiral the highest grade in 'the course of numerous remoy. -----
q. G. II. Bennett: M;.. P, M In the United States Navy ala from one house to another the '
AMERICA'S LAST
Oct and children\ spent Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkini Instrument was fInally lost track EXiSTING SLAVE MARKET ON

day In Jacksonville. and family were dinner guests ofMr. MI' and Mra. W; H. Struth had of. No one knew what had happened P'iy
and Mra. J. C. Adklna of as theIr guests for Christmas. Mr. to It. EXPRESS HIGHWAY ROUTE 4/, 1 rd;i

I. J. W.. Andrews Jr., and Gainesville Christmas day. and Mra. J, Johnson and family "We thought. 'of course that ,
E, 1.. Blgga. visited. Jackson- of Plant City Mr and Mr. W. L. the boy to wbom''' It bad belonged .. I

Tuesday Miss Mona Alderman of F. S.W. Edwards and daughter and Mr. had gone to a hlgber'Ife' but af-
- C.' In Tallahassee Is spending ,I and JoIr. W. W. Paige, Jr. of ter a long journey be turned up
. and! Mrs O. 1... Ifaynes and the holidays with her parents. Mr. Jackll01lv\1le.\ again and asked for the violin,

repent Saturday hi Jackson- and Mrll. O. W. Alderman ; "As a last re.ort'' I went to e 1 + '
Mr. and Mr. W. L. Wall had medium to cODault '..tltft'ber about rrM sy

Mr and Mrl. P. M. Barefoot a. theIr dinner guests Christmas It and lot somA'ttieciffc Air ct1bn,.
, C. C. Shepard of HUlIard, a",4famIlY,, spent Cblrstmaa with day: Mr. S. T. Dell. of Gainesville Theea I carried out lineS' through
be luest of Mre, C. A. Knight. Ml'. and Mr. L. P'. Surrency In Mr. R. A. Weeks of Brooker W. them we found the Instrument It
Iy. Apopka. T. Weeks MI' and Mr. J. E. Wilson was the .plrlt'.of'' ray father that
Mr and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee came to me'throulh 'the medium
Mae Peek of Jacksonville; Mr. J. B. Sapp Miss Dorothy and family. Mr and Mrs. H. C. and communicated to me the
luest of relatives In"Starkeeell. Sapp tlrs. W. B. Mundy and Miss Wall and Col. W.. 1' Weeks. wher.allouts of the lost Tlolln."_

Ouslle Mae Bennett vllllted Jacksonville Published .b" Harold 'Her..Y'. In M1MNM
Monday. Col and Mrs. A. B. Crews had No. Chest merles.FORPI4T .

, 0. L. Beallle syent'Chrlet-!, .a theIr guests Orl.tmas day. dkT ,
Mr and Mrs. J. M. OUTer and Judge and Mrs. J. R. Kelley of FDn EXPERT ..
familY of Baldwin, were dinner Madison. Cot and Mrs. R. E. Cow- DE'l'RDlICNTAL EFFECT -
NT A gnats of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Blaca art or Montlc.I1C. Mr. 3. B. Dowl- tPO1t TOURIST TRADE ;
WORD Christmas lag or Lake Butler and Mr. U.. V. ,- .' : : I
The tourist
Dowllnl of Raiford. crop I. one 01 the = _
COLUMN MI' and Mrs. Ray CoUey and moet Importaa'eropll which Is enjoyed -
family of Jacksonville IpentSun- MI' and Mrs. A. D. Barnes of b" J'Jorl4a. Whatever 11.4yerll" -
day with Mr. and Mrs. J. P'; Col- Miami enroute to Qultmaa. 0... alreeta the tourl.t I trade. Is
FSPASSiNO
for rent' for spent Tuesday' night wltb Mrs. of Interest. to tM state 'cad 'Its .
Cards at this oc0cs .. ley.'Mr. narnes' sister Mrs. Tr Dr Ma.".. peopl. .v a'. -1 .,

and 'Mrs Barnes. Mr. and While U'1,,tru.
SALE-LOne stemmed and Mrs. R. P'. Demoreet MI' > lot the gnat
nat-; Christmas In 'Americus G.. Mra. Ma.sle and children left Wed.ne.day maJorltT' the te.rtets'coming to
I., It per 100. Mrs. N. D. spent mornlag for Qultman to Florida ar. eickin_ ...._
sight with 'Mrs. Demorelt'l father MI' : -- -- .. the web a tl .....
1-19-t spend the holidays with Mr. ters and the .seashore' ( .C"II1Ji
-laU O. C. Johnson.
rug No. .n tapestry BarneS and Mrs. Maule' parents.: true that moat of t1lem'811Jo" the
truck
and between Starke post.a MI' Edwin FarleY' 'of Brlatol. i Mr and Hr.; E. B. hike.Mr .tale's forests to that conaectlona
mile on Lake Butler
report to the Fared
spending the holidayswith eerYlce of '
Tenn.. Is
Reward If returped to and Mrs. W. J. Epperson the United Static
.
ag+k's his father, Mr. Charles Far- Department of ,.
lit Furniture Store N. had s. their guests ChrIstmas day. AgrlcllU.. a. quoted III Cbs 0111elal -
street Star: e. It- IroY' Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperaoa and record.;.aa. 01 futeraat, ; 1J x. ,
of IIr. and "Por..' 'I1..a.. 1 ,.
clllldrea Jacksonville .'
Carrolt are definite "' r
MANAGER Dr. and Mra. B. S. ... ,10:,
AND TWENTY In WlntersvJlle.N" Mrs. W 1. Epperson JrJ 01 Jack.onvllJei loe.'to'ete.. service ateltenk and w .tOOV8T OA.-6tui stab. J t r ,U1e, rwaser 'GC a. tbf oea4lr. \
week Of
ladles. Starke and Tldnlty. spending the . IIrJancS IoIre. George Anderson othere jdependent upon 'tollriee LouI. UJe..IOrIt&,.Just, u 11.em,.wuen eoaapl.ted J.a i non -,. the tasekN is a amau IIeII wbJIIJa frbl+ .Aab t Y
bold necessities. AlI year f.? ...with Dr. carroll'a parenta.IIr. or"wwte' ''Hr. and ''Mr.Dale .. trade", //hraddiU.a to tbe.damlage '11M. beton", J.ow..in. ..... WwD,', L the ont, g'sNnnah..' ..waa Tks.akrf MkrnlWfaplr.N, Bbl )...... ,faest; 1M! ''r'' )r,1
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4. Repeat ..and Mrs; W. Mattes 'in Im.rlca tlae foal Qe plrece ebWW; wb"El ;'r
I&le. Exclusive of OainsevIlle and they do;to' the 10r..tII s..Iaandelse. tat''IIeQ span th.y
YanlllekeJ themselvic 'tbernmotoBsgwuys laOJIecs
fteaoJa
s
Bblp bound
".'tl'avelecl far
b1' M Sgw
h, Man.l.Chemical' }Co.. I and n: p: Carpenter. : Dr. and )(rs. R. L8dker 0' JacksoavUJe. II 1.'ap..nt' that this deellas of reuse so .....I row tie. w..t...many.v sse.om.- .It is eonstract.d .0a1MM,'wb.,. t.IIe. lieU wu a' Lan IIeeQ tar/4 a t"q'r",,;, ,, Jaarvm6 J-, '
I IlU$; Oainennle,. Fla..12-. : Mr. "". T. Lons le&v.loda) : basins .also,1&G"'".. banks, build'CrNUq"xlr't -. .f what Is known .. iron' wood, with hugs been sousabd to &-.....far. a'ClClUODa.mAa7 J'MWW' I' ..... used to common bnyrs' trr''P.Ji.) ', "I+ "'
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I'aD4 III< .{o. 'f. r an4./L fa S,r mrkabis state a1 pnservavoo.eq Mala 8t.netOf. Qeeasterlt.VJr.Ite4 v. II. .: .. ;,& ....... ..., I ,

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J i 'a rAm six BRADFORD COUNTY TFXECinAPit STAHKH FLORIDA __ _ _KR1DAY. fECR3fnp:
1 4 .._... .. __ . _ ,.'. "' ''-.n___ ._.'.__._____ ---. -.-.. - .. - ..-- -- - .. -..----.- -- --.- .. --_ ----- --. --- .------ .. ---'.- __ : -- ..-_ 2/t l IA1A

all who turn to Thee an undivided Bulb Growing To
:::: :: ,:. - heart" Story of Florida

t'I..J....;.1 I if Dorcmbrr 20 10.1O Be An Important
(t- The Heir of All He that
r : over- I Do You Know? -:- I

: \. ''/ cometh and I will shall be his inherit Ood, and all he things shall: -:- Industry In Fla. Told In Holland's'

bo my son.-Rev, 21:7.
Thy i; word i i.a lamp onto my feet and I light onto my path.- Ptalm 1191C5.: Prayer: "Let us all in Thee In- Bulb production-Is another ev- In
a well lit ,
hjw I doctrine herit. ample that points to Florida resources C. us' I 1 \rUel
1 WJrLua. All religious teaching, or Richardson, wr" or
stun
;: llrlnrdnf' l. December 80, 103O existent for ,er
creed If they are to have any claim many years land's, the Magazm of Ilol
w' I pon the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony withy The Blessed Ones -Blessed are yet only now being discovered by tells nearly ,, tho
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice they that do his commandments seventeen years or more ago, T. hair a million SoQ tlt4
of the human heart and of whom it Wall said in John 7:46, "NEVER MAN that they may have right to tree K Oodbey, of Waldo, planted 1- ern subscribers to .hK| meraz
nn
TILLS interesting r
i, SPAKE LIKK) MAN. of life, and may enter in through 000 each of paper white narcissusand romance, story 5f the hilt ,

WKKKI/Y I HKUMONETTK: young ruler wanted to follow Jesus the gates Into the clty-Rev, 22- Chinese sacred lily which did ces of Florida.development and test'''
and have eternal life; but when 14. several ThiN
so well that for the last series of one *
The Ix>nl'ii i'rnvidrorc Jesus asked him to dispose of his Prayer: "Come Almlgby to deliver years he has shipped them by the ern states articles about the '

Slit Matthew 6:31: 32, 33, 34, property and take up his cross and Let us all Thy life receive." carload, but until recently It was The Magazine, appearing In Rallnt

t l+ Therefore take no thought, saying become an active follower, the Doci-mber 81, 103O: to the interest of foreign growers ten by Mr. of the South, "rib
: What shall we eat? or, What shall young man refused to meet the The Final Invitation The and importers to claim that Amer- purpose of RIchardson, for U.

rl we drink or, Wherewithal shall conditions. Spirit and the bride lay Come. ican soil and climate was not so a better giving Soutbera ))eo",
after all .(9) Zacchaeus the Publican, And let him that 'hearetn say, understanding of ,
R- we be clothed 32. (For a, well adapted to bulb growing as own helt
) t tf! these things do the Gentiles seek) Luke 19; "The Son of man la come Come. And let him that athirst "- that of Holland and France. With ferent neighboring state is states. A *\.

tr -for your heavenly Father know- to seek and to save that which come. And whosoever will, let w United States regulations! against month and It discussed sad
eth that ye have need of all these was lost. Luke 19:10.: Zacchfteus him take the water of life freely. foreign bulb Insects threatenedand of Florida to hare is the good fortulll,

+ things. 33. But seek yet first the met Jesus and became a convert.He -Rev. 22:17. finally a quarantine against trayed In the Its virtues DOt-
kingdom of God, and his righteousness agreed to make all of his past Prayer: "Ood calling, yet! I can- narcissus such interests commenced In the article that apJletJt
1 4 right and to share his not stay; My heart I yield without current Issue in
; and all these things wrongs to explore, and, as Ponce de to Florida, Mr. referrtac
t i shall be added unto you. 34. Take wealth with the needy. delay." Leon had done before, found FlorIda I; Though rich Richard "rites:
a therefore no thought for the morrow ((10)) Stephen Acts 6; "They January t, 1081 the natural home of flowers Florida Is in natural( beautl.,
1 : for the morrow shall take chose Stephen, a man full of faith Sealed for Redemption--Grieve and determined upon tests proving whole question not content to i leave tb
t'r tit thought for the things of Itself. and of the Holy Ghost Acts 6:6.: not the Holy Spirit of Ood, whereby that it is second to no Euro- to Mother of attractive IIiif-

Sumclent unto the day Is the evil Stephen contributed a holy life ye are sealed unto the day of Yt'w" I Yiwi ifrsaezuA. pean country for narcissus, sacred eral scapes Nature For
( j thereof. and example, a successful evangelIsm redemption.-Eph. 3:30.: lily and other bulb production. tlfication years past, a syteroatlc imL

, Prayer: and a spirit and conduct in Prayer: "Consecrate me now to As a result, almost over night, ducted in program all has been eon
t r The birds, without barns or storehouse hla death that helped to win to Thy service, Lord." bulb growing has become a Florida and through parts Its of the stab

).'I are fed; Christ the great apostle to the C Industry Near South Jacksonville committee boautiflcatio
v +{6'+ 1 From them let us learn to trust Gentiles METHODISTPreaching the Southern Bulb company commerce ,has the state chamber) ei/
t' 1' for our bread: ((11)) Saul of Tarsus, Acts 22; started in 1923 with four acres in undertaken to f flitter -
f His saints what l Is fitting shall ne'- "I count all tnlngs but loss, for every Sunday at 11a. narcissus. By 1926 It had 98 In and coordinate the loyal effort,
a state-wide
''v er be denIed the excellency of the knowledge of m. and 7: 30 p. m. acres 9,000,000 bulbs. In 1927it movement. Flow(
shows
a So: long an 'tis written, "The Lord Christ Josus my Lord; for whomI Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. E a.iV'IIIl - 1 UWT'If T bought and started preparing nurseries, garden contents, munldn

} 4 will/ provide." have suffered the loss of all K. Ferryman, Supt. 157 more acres. The manager, J. for general, and distribution plan,
Why Is the present time so Im- things, and I do count them but Prayer meeting every Wednesday C..41Mo Nrh.d s.wrny Gullle, with European experience, have all beautification purpoi
played
I portant Answer, read-2 Co dung, that I may win Christ. Phil. : ', 7:30: p. m. says Florida narcissus bulbs are their part Th
r' 6:2.: 3:8.: Topic: Conversion. Its Na- A cordial Invitation is extended: LfpHAT If you have lots of courage and don't mind getting wet you superior to European and destinedto program moves forward sin
E ture and Extent. In his experience to you to attend any or all of JL can go. for a ride en the back of a moose? This picture which become an Important Fforida three definite linesllio! chain.,
: of conversion Saul was changed these services. was taken In the Nlplgon District ef Northern Ontario, Canada, !I. visible tlon of the unsightly, the plantin

SCHOOL I In spirit, from hate to love; in proof of the statsment. crop.The State Plant Board informedthe of flowers, trees and shrubi; an
---- "
the preservation of ,
SUNDAY : BAPTIST natural been,
conduct, from bitter persecutions
' Industrial Survey "We have
,' 1 ;
I' l't' LESSON to earnest) evangelism. spots-neither of which can !t
I (12)), Christmas Lesson, Luke Sunday school at 10 a. m. We 12 bulb growers under inspectionand neglected In any well-round*
__ a total of over
they planted
And the Worst is Yet Come scheme for beautification
all enjoyed the Christmas treat This
2; "Unto you Is born this day, In
that
32 million bulbs. Figuring
F'OR DicKMitiu: : ; 2A, iwsoSubject : last Wednesday night and now the only one of the organized aitlvltit
the city of David, a Savior, which
bulbs produce three for one (will
-- that
promises
pastor wishes you all a Happy connistent Sane,sn
in Christ the Lord. Luke 2111: -
: harvest three bulbs for each one
: Review. (Taken from constructive
New Year. development
of Ib
Jesus born in stable. But t
Arnold's Commentary), was a planted), we should have a sum- '
Worship at 11 a. and 730. "flaming peninsula Under (it
m.
angels came from heaven to an- ; J
fl\- harvest of over a hundred million
June let
Since mer
"Introduction.
leadership of the
nounce the great event. Humble p. m. New Year's address and mu- Federal Fan
, we have studied the lives of twen- bulbs. Board, her citrus
r Interests
shepherds heard the anouncement, sic appropriate to the passing of J flfl fln *_ are be"
r ty-six men and women of tile BIble the 1930. : ter organized than ever beforeher
* visited the child, and spread the year, TRAIN AND BUS SCHEDULES
nineteen of them were men news abroad. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30: p. m. towns and cities not only hat
and seven were women. These Wednesday, Dec. 31, meeting at New schedules changed Sunday, their active civic and Industrial 01ganlaztlona
persons cover a period of about IMII/Y UllILK-SIOLKCTIOXHIhwmlxr 7:30.: Come for the last time in -It l November 30th .and. trains will run but they lire coord..
:
2.000 years, from 13. C, 1996 to this year and bring a scripture .. as follows: nated In a state-wide body that IL
about A. 1) 60. Each!: person's 20, J03O message SouthboundNo. directed: by substantial citizen
life shows that Clod's presence and 1, due Starke 11:11 p.. m. whose vision goes far beyond mer
power In the life makes successful Ood's Dwelling-And I heard a PRKSIIYTKRIAN local. I temporary booster expedients III i
worth-while living." great voice out of heaven saying, ,r' : No. 11, due Starke 11:23: a. m., that concerns Itself with fund,

The following gives the subject Behold, the tabernacle of God is Services Sunday December 28, 1' : > local. mentals of a permanent nalur
the Golden Text and short com- with men, and he will dwell with as follows: ;::\; 'l. No. 107 due Starke 11:00 a. m. The winter playground that Flo

ments on each lesson of the quar- them, and they shall be his people, 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. It JJ ; ;';;)rr Im' limited.No. Ida has become la first In t tt
ter: and God himself shall be with Truby, supt. _(! 103, due Starke, 5:10: a. m. thoughts of thousands; Its attn
((1)) Zacharias and Elizabeth, them, and be their God.-Rev. limited, Miami. tlons
11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon I bring people of every ty;
Luko 1'And; they, were both 21:3.: by the pastor, "The Flight of Northbound and of every financial status to f
righteous before God, walking In Prayer! "Lo! God is here; Let Time." No.2. due Starke 1 5:44>>: a.m., : joy her sunshine; and these peop

all the commandments and ordi- all within us feel Ills power 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor, local.No. leave there millions of dollars
nances of Lord blameless. Luke Docrmber 27, 1030 topic, "Things this year has taught 12, due Starke 3:05: p. m., tho state with each recurring
18.; Zacharias and Elizabeth * Ood Comforts-And God shall us." Leader, Mrs. O. H. Lowry. .t local. son. What is more in the long ro]
prayed for a son. Ood heard their wipe away all tears from .their 7:30 p. m. Evening worship, t No. 108. due Starke, 5:29: p. m. is that many who come as touch
prayers and they became the par. eyes: and there shall be no more song and sermon. limited.No. remain as investors and develo
ents of John the Baptist death, neither sorrow, nor cryIng Prayer meeting Wednesday at 4, due Starke, 7:08: p. m. era. He would be a bold prop!
!t ((2)) Mary, the mother.of Jesus, neither shall there be any 7:30: p. m. limited. who ,at this time, would utter
Luke 2; "But Mary kept all these more pain; for the former thingsare A cordial invitation to all our Starke & Wannee BranchNo. to portray the Florida of 1950
things, and pondered them In her passed away.-Rev. 2t: ... services extended: to all. 101 leaves Starke '1:00; a. m. --.- -
,heart. Luke 2ilD.; Topic: A Prayer: "Holy Spirit, Lord of a No. 102. arrives Starke 2:40": p. Panama City Seventh 1
Mother's Influence. She became light, Thou of all consolers beat Montverde New dormitory at m. Adventists start construction
the mother of Jesus. After his Dwembrr 2R, lOitO: Montverde school opened and put T. J. Oriffln. church building on Fagnolla et t I
r
birth she gave her life to prayer All Things New-And he that into use recently. Blue Bun Schedule Frostproof Jordan & Sc|
and meditation and wise service sat upon the throne said, Behold, Tarpon Springs Florida Southbound-9:37: a. m.. 11137! Jewelers of Avon Park, open
for her divine Son. I make all things new Write: er Corporation moved to pow-I a. m., 4:07 p. m., 6:37: p. m., 11-: branch store it) Citizens Bank t
,1, ((3)) Simeon and Anna, Luke-2; for these words are true and faith- cation in Taylor arcade. 40 p. m.Northbound. cade building.
"Blessed are the pure In heart; for ful. I am Alpha and Omega, the Celebration held upon openingof -4:50: a. m., 8:53: Tarpon Springs West Co
they shall see Qod. Matt 5:8.: I beginning and the end. I will give new highway from Klsslmmee a m., It 53 p. m,, 4:23: p. m., 8:23: Army Store branch started operj
that unto him that Is athirst of the to Melbourne m. tlons
vi t Simeon was such a holy man recently. --=- P. on Tarpon avenue.
the Holy Spirit promised that he fountain of the water of life free- Frostproof Davis Service: Sta- Tickets and Information at Work will start shortly on 1 ha
A should see the Christ before he 'I ly.-Rev. 21:5: 6, tion opened on Scenic highway at ",. C't. Smith's. Service Station, next to surfacing of road No. 5-A frj
\ Olin''
died. When the Infant Jesus Prayer: "How sure Is joy for Sixth street -W Foh a courthouse. Mayo to Taylor county line

was brought In by his mother, . --- 0'- -

of Simeon Ood. recognised Anna was a the prophetess Infant Son in I TILE MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van Zelrri

the temple and she also recognized
t Jesus as the Messiah. .O'

((4)) World's Temperance Sunday flttily J; UZi .__ I

Oal. 5: "Every man that MAIN STREETS Gas t CAN'T '"
strlveth for the mastery Is temperate lLoOft'f IU6PAPIe, ONE 01 -oIJQ CLUB i D : = P01
in all things. 1 Cor. 9:35.: MEMBERS PASSED' ,
Topic: Making Prohibition Effective POOL TOURNAMENT OHDONH ON TfcsVRS Gd R1A' "

and Permanent. Love for BEGINS TODAY AN FUNESAO.I2SMK5HT 1 NM "n- # I I
one's neighbor will lead to setting MATCH "Ma. Ali GOTTA POOL, r ? ( r gl .
up restraints against the wrong Pac'uQHA. BE OM6 LM TNfi TOURNAMCHTVMTOlES 3t ))
? and providing encouragements to CpcJia'IG RAY CS MAIN MKNT, MOKTf BALL BEARIN'SCOM6 ; i //f49xEETtS
do right. Living after the flesh POOL'RIu0lAMEt'tt _
leads to spiritual death as well as 4TARRU'TbO41 IN "THE. ,, Luscr "5nX9 1 O,
650. CNatnQi V I 55 t,
physical death. OPEN AlK POOL ROOM::! Itt -- z ON i NEAVEnS

((6), ) Simon Peter Mark 8: "Now BACttCF( V4E: BAR6ER SHOP. z 4AM SLICK: + TM AKE9

when they saw the boldness of w AST THUS
and that A LARGE;\ NUMBSO. OF RAY :no O'8lSi.
Peter and Jobn, perceived
NORM PVftWtaS M4WC AL MM tOOV FOOD
and
unlearned Ignorant
they were
'i men, they marvelled: and they DEAD' S.NTE06O AND CELL U. LLVOO otk T Tpal
Pt.A'f4 1 tXPSCTCDTS +a
e took knowledge of them, that they ro'
"' LAST CNCa" A MON1V4... m
had been with Jesus. Acts 4:13.:
a Peter was a fervid impetuous ,- b, ?aadt h

man. lIe loved Jesus greatly, but
In an hour of weakness and confusion .MJ..wu. 1'-
;=
he denied Jesus. Later he .
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was restored and he made vows of --
t love to Jesus which he never DOROTHY DARNIT By Charles McMantisI

broke.
((6) Thomas. John 11; "Thomas WELD
answered and said unto him, My HOWDY- USED TEE HEEMUST i ATTENDED YouR OH DE STILL J- I NOTICED | WA ESPECIALLY I'D SAY. AI3OUT
Lord and my Ood. John 20:28." TO CALLING.GET I'WEDDING YOU DON'T TALK You WERt A I WHEN THE PARSON TEN YEARS 0U)

tw( Topic: The Value and Peril of You'MRS" V KNOWAflouT \ orr SHY ASKED ,, 8H (
I ME MY
Ut Doubt. Thomas was a brave but I INSTEItD 1 w DUR NC ACE- )
cautious man. After the crucifixion "11195'' THE e stn l / *
he would not believe that Jesus CERtMO Jif Jr
//FR01-1 /J
was alive again 'until be saw ( NO
him. ) ON / eL % ;
'((7) The Believing Centurion 1
Matt. 8; "And they shall come

from the east, and from the west, ,
1' a i and from the north and from the : .. err I
south, and shall sit down In the r
d kingdom of God. Luke 13:29.: "
dpi + ,
A Roman army omcer asked Jesus -
I to heal his sick servant Jesus f 1

1 'commended the man's great faith _
and granted the healing.

((8)) The Rich Young Ruler,
Mark 10; "It any man will come
d after me, let him deny himself,
and take up his cross daily, ands C
fallow me. Luke 9:34.: A rich I _


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.\) DKCKMBKIl SB. 1O8O BRADFORD COUNTY TKMsnnAriT. BTAKKB 11LORIIDA . _._ --- .--..- _.. .. '. . _. --.- - ._ -- - '
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=-- Cocoa, 60th ___________ 3,184 River Junction, roth ___ 1,827 ,

to supply the-demand for current. And the Worst is Yet to Come-- Corn Gables. 26th ______ 6.862 Sanderson, 90th ________ 1,269 tt

Sanford, 90th ___ .___ 1.26 ,r
106th ______ 1,819
to the Crestview,
of Florida in Short Paragraphs Perry-It was good news
News Sanford, 14th ___ _.____ 10,10 -r '
_____ 1,803
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... Dade City, 7ht
seventy odd employes of the Gra- Sarasota! 17th _______ ... 8,385'' 4Y h
Danla. 76th _____._____ 1,610
I
ham-Paige Body Corporation to Daytona Beach. 9th __.___ 16,609 Sebrinff, 47th __________ 2,91 '

get news last Friday to go to work Delray Beach, 54th _____ 2.431 Starke, 89th _____ ___ __ 1,276 h, y, '

STATE NEWSTOLD I and stay to work. Manager C. II. == DeFunlak 49th ________ 2,634 South Jacksonville, 27th 6,654'
LIVE - ___ u1 4
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South Miami 87th 1,305 t
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Hastings received a telegram rom =r-- ., .: Dunedin 78th ____ 1,455
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--- "'i. ; J', ,, Dunnellon 94th ________ 1,194 St Augustine, llth 11.934 ?'r'te v'
headquarters early Friday morn- ____ St. Cloud. 67th ________ 1,861 '
Eagle Lake, 98th __ 1,119
works '
ing ordering the Perry body St. Petersburg, 4th ___._ 39,504 1' a '
to open up full speed ahead at u' East Pensacola. 106th --- IOIiO( |I ___ __ ___ jJ, riypl ;7rTallahassee
Stuart, 66th ,. 1,966
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BY OUR EXCHANGESQnlncy once and continue shipping auto Elkton, 96th __________ 1,193
______ i 4
12th 10.744 ,
Fernandina, 46th _______ 8,034
,-..., ., It bodies as fast as possible until or- 91st ___ _____ 1,233 Tampa. 3rd __________,100,910
Freeport
dered to stop x
Tarpon Springs; 37th ___ 3,411 ;v t a
citizens of Oadadeni. er gets much colder. It he marches Fort Lauderdale 16th __ 8.445
___ ___
Tavares. 102nd 1,089.
i. will\! Boa have an oppor- down First streets as he lives In Panama City _, December 1, the 7- Fort Fort Meade.Myers IBth 64th ____________ 9.078 1.980 Titusvllle., 61st _____ ___ 2,08 s '

vote on the "no Lance" the woods the police will be com- first wood was hauled into the pa- i b Tuten. 88th( _..._____. ____ 1,282 +
It1 to per mill site. Trucks' loaded with Fort Pierce 30th ______ 4,772
pelled to throw him in Vernon. 99th ..,_______ lOtl
to plans announc- jail. .
according wood filled the highway practically 5J i er Frostproof, 84th _______ 1,406
1 R Iteach ______ 2.28t'Warlnton
67th
Vero ,
b'y th* board ot county comralsners. all day and have been continu- -::.. Fnlford, lllth _______ 1,017 p ,
93rd _._ ,_ ._ _ 1.1J9 tt
Pensacola-Resolution to placea ing ever since. It Is understood Qalnesvllle!, 13th _______ 10,474
.
4
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third road camp to work on: however, that operation of mill Oracevllla, 40th ______.- 3,220 Wauchula 6nd 2,674
Jacksonville A resolution fa- Road 63 on Santa Rosa island and I will not be started before project I CJropn Cove Springs 72nd 1,719 Wlldwood 83rd _ -_ 1,411 '

able] to canal an Importttut link in the Cult tlmo which Is latter part of Feb- >,, Haines City 44th ______ 3,032 West Palm Reach 7th 21,613

by NorthrFloridaahaa been Coastal highway, connecting with ruary or the first of March. This \ Havana 60th ________.., 2,617 Winter Garden. 63rd .._ .. 2,003 '

,MS d bY the National' Rivers the Pensacola Bay bridge and move on the part ot the mill provides '; H'r I lllaleah, Slat ________.__ 2,586 Winter Haven, 19th 7,399 s r $'a ,'
pin _ _
I ,i Harbors Congress at its and Road 10, was among the state road much work at a most oppor- HlUlurd, 103th _..___....__ 1,030 Winter Park, 36th 3,646

,,I meeting In Washington department's actions here of most tune time for many men. I Hontan/ 100th __-,----.-- 1,088 Worthington Spgs. 110th 1.022 r
Importance to West Florldlaua. Holopnw, 73rd _________ 1,702 The state will take a census I.I k M ;,

Iountat0wn .- Cooperative Panama City Panama City is Hollywood( 48th ______._ 2,929 1936, five years hftrr the Federal

and at Al- Marianna Arthur E. ___.._. census, but the figures will
,,,8 held Jointly hero Werty proud of one of its citizens. Harvey Jacksonville let ___ 129,682KiUhloon
under the direction of County artist and exsoldler, is carving Brewton, Panama City boy, is 63rd ______._._ 2,601 not displace those of the Unites!

,ant; John O. Kelly and L.. T. statues In the llmerook cliff near chief engineer on the giant German Key West, 10th _______ 13.118Ktsslramea State government In official use. y y 1,

ndarvls netted county stock the Chlpola River bridge. Mr. air liner the DO-X that will IIIIIi 42nd ____.___ 3.167

vers $2,521.20r 191 hogs. Werlz is doing this work through some day fly across the Atlantic Lakeland, 8th _______ __ 18,649 ' t

contributors from the people of ocean. The other day this, young '" Lakewood, 107th _______ 1,602 No Substitute For
iracovllle--Gracevllle, the cele- Marlanna. Mr. Werti is making Panama City citizen had the z.- "IIIII411111iIlIIIpIII4.I f Lake flintier 65th ______ 2,300 ,

[tod watermelon shipping town statues ot the Confederate and honor of riding In an airplane with 1 I I.akeVale 38th _____ 3,409 Your Sweetheart' "

Jarkson county also made a World :War veterans. the Prince ot Wales while in England 1J1/r1III11// /; t jit..,, Lake Worth. 25th ___... 6,932

filiation this year with cotton. lie Is a Cine young man a 1 I Largo, 82nd ___..,______ 1,416 You certainly don't want
,, gln i In that town have turned Gainesville Scarcely a week splendid engineer and a great future 1 Laurel Hill.-\ SOth ?_____ 1,419 any.
10,985 bales thl season. passes without inquiries being received awaits him In the Held of tfn Leesbiirg, 31nt ____---- 4,100 Neither do you: want substitutefor ,

: in Gainesville from all sections aviation. c--.H-W'o'h.' .. I Madison, 69th ______-__ 2,190 Carter's Little Liver Pills as

|irndenton.-The annual Mana- of the country concerningthe --- Manatee 41st __-___. _ 3.31B remedy for biliousness, torpid

County Flower Show, which tuna- oil industry.- This city- Dade City The site offered by done the other day with prospectsof 000. John Henry's father was an I Melbourne, 48th _-__.__. 2,674 liverandconstipation.TakeCar- ; '

been sponsored in the past by and Alachua county have become Dade City for a home for retired greatly increasing volume in ex-service man. Ho has died and Miami, 2nd _________.._ 110.614 ters move nearly two pounds ol ',1, k e

Palmetto KiwanIs Club, will recognized as the center of some- ministers and Christian workerswas shipments during the coming the United States Veterans Bureau :Miami Reach 22nd ____._ 6.401 bilecleansingwholesystem.Aocept > ,il

fjponsored this next year by thing entirely new to the United approved by the Retired Min mouths notified the state prison that Midway. 74h __________ 1,701 no other. Buy at any dru"*:

} crowds of the Manatee Riverden States, not only as an Industrial. ister's association and work beganat -' $5,000 cash and $6,000 bonds Montlcollo, 68th ________ 1,900 store for 25c. Look for the red '

Club. but an agricultural possibility I once on the Florida home for awaits tile'' dODo The bureau also New Port Illchey, 62nd__ 2,029 bottle. Resent substitutes. 4l SC
Jacksonville Thb U, $..S. Taylor
ministers who have served their said It wanted to send him to New Smyrna, 32nd _____ 4,149 ..... .. -- ,
ustls More than 600 birds Gainesville-The first Spanish time in. the pulpit and era now tq ."' Navy destroyer! has been and asIgnHllo !- school John Henry may bo en Qoall20th _____-_____ 7.27S ._ alp
in the Sixth
"I'scnUng forty different en- student to take advantage of the with comfortnlne col* 'duty __ _
be rewarded route to Ilradenton but official Orlando, 6th -'w__ 27,341
i extremely high quality exits exchange scholarships\: and fellowships tagea and modern conveniences; : Samftrfi! i Naval dTslfrlcts and all could not locate him today. He Pahokee, 68th ________ 2,266 NOTICE or FINAL 1)I5CIIAMC

,, and an attendance larger being arranged by the Insti- whore they may spend their 3 e- =r}lt of Its schedule\ will spend was released from prison with a Pnlatka. 23rd __________ 6,397 H
three weeks In Jacksonlvlle In Notice la hereby given that nlKtjrdny ,i'9'.
|:II i previous years characterized tute of Inter-American Affairs. "at dining days enjoying the congenial good record. !Palm TJench, 76th -_____1,686 alter Onto h re6( tin to-wli;
annual Lake county poultry the University of Florida in coop- climate semi-tropical sunshineand February, according" to. an announcement Palmetto 43ril __*_____ 3.034 th. 4th. Ur of 11''bru.I'Y' ' 1011 t tb.undersigned .

which came to a close in eration with the Institute of In- ocean breezes of the penin- by Lieut. R.' M. Fort- The Panama City. 28th .:::___ 5,386 IilNtate. of %V..Admlnletrntrlx M. llurr.ll.. decxa.nl ot the ,')j, n'
commander of the local fleet Plant City movement of ,
;Is after running three days ternational Education in New York sular Btate.TaUi1asee'. son PciiHacola: 5th _________ :31,455 will present' my vouchers and flnat G. ,
In is A. C. Pascual, who has rexerves." The destroyer will be strawberries from this point 'Is account to the Honorable (h'n A. J '
City t
Plant City 21st ___ ___ 0,811 .
? County Judge of Uru4fur4 J1
patachlrola- -Apalachlcola, al- Just arlved from Madrid to take : Governor Doyle used for training\ purposes and for showing some gain in volume, 635 Port St. Joe 97th 1.131 UB..dlnllrp' And nuk for bin nppruval .. d w"tl q'
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igh not of a large population, courses in sub-tropical agriculture.I E. Carlton received warning from cruises! to give' local reservists an quarts for the season having moved Port Tampa, 92tul ______ 1,202 'At nlnletralrlx.r',. l my tlischarice) as such tom,4,
opportunity to put Into practice instruction out to Friday of last week\ ,
nome of two citizens who -- Francis Perkins 'Industrial commissioner up Punta Oordft,
ncd the heights of fame and Marianna-The Marianna Fruit for New York state, received by them from Shipments are being made on 35th __________. 3,784 li-B-m-1-110/ ) HULA Af'nlnh'fr"'I' IIAItmiLU ,
their officers. and of each week a
sent and who have been Company, owning many thousands that "fly by night" man'order'' Tuesday Friday I -- Vj L_ ..
world wide recognition. ot acres! ot land In Jackson ction- houses In: New Yorft\ city are prey- : and will continue on these, days Ml

''u.' v no other town of its size' ty operates near this city a model Ing on tilt poorer classes ot Flor \Vaul'hllla.Vhen household until the movement becomes of

1 to the world a pair of 1 farm which Is exciting much interest ida. The governor was asked to duties and the family washing sufficient volume to warrant more BROWNLEE BROS., Starke, Fla. =tiN'r..
'i (ii, Dr. JoJhn Gorrle and this season. It also has 257 caution residents against! answer forced! }Mrs. :Frank''. A. Arthur to frequent shipments. Indications

| At! n Wentworth Chapman. acres In Satsuma oranges and has ing advertlements offering to sup- leave her infant son alone/ In the ore that If favorable weather continues -

just Installed 2000 citrus grove ply housewives and others with bodroom tot an hour Wednesday, the first real flush of the G. W. ROBERTS Lawtcy Fla.

>la The capital inveut- heaters, and these constitute the "home work which will pay" but oho> made the babycorafortobl on berry movement should\ come jwm'm

,rves along I'enuacola's Initial Installment of these modern "asking a small deposit to insure A pallet on the flobr, watching It along about the middle of this

$5,008,706 acrorduotnpiled devices the rompquy) In sending. materials drift off to elpmberYi.aI.l< and thenUptoed month Manyitrrowers report that!
by the lo foe sewing at home from the fnij room When bloom of recent weeks and small '
I ir commerce. The an- Port St. Joo---At an election i 8ile returned niorontly tho baby berrIes In tho patches Indicate that 1 JbACTS: certified by hundreds of rf

m $270,070 and the whether or not this city should all over Florida are now running calls brought physicians who which frill a. week awn lust following growers prove that Bfadley'a Fertilizers -

np cliauneN from soil UH e1e..trllplaut and distribution full tilt and are turning out a delicious vainly applied Idllat IT 4J. In throe' file cold snap rltho provloua ("A AQUAIMTV"
I iv-, main bay chant system and grant a thirty- brand of grapefruit; "and hours thin)\ baby wan dead. Fuheral week' \ ban done much to aid the

il at 582454. year franchise to the Florida Pow orange juice. JMk onvme'.,' six services for Baby Arthur! wero. held berries, for they were In need'of At Blent-/f" tJ: ) JN'

.Corporation, tho vote, oust plants are busy and employing Here yesterday; moisture. The cold weather killed'

AV T. rielvln the were unanimously In favor of the about 2.000 workers.\ Tampa* -.., seine of the "bloom but no report lllCJ1II.Clllbce pay a bIgger

nuin: who Is living stole. The ballots counted were Ou I bill plants art! busy with 'about 1.- Canal 1"01Ilt--FOI' the first time of any damage to the vinos> has for

on the baY \\lore, to o. The FloridI'ower.. Corpor- 000 workers engaged/ The Winter III five years tho IIlIlal' milt At Ca- been brought/ to light .0 r.wor" profit every i

Ill<' to Fort Myers! j atioii Intends to build a plant In Chief says the t)vu large plants In'' t>:il Point part of the 8odthrnStmar urn Riving cintsidarabd i < attention dollar invested.,One reason is their

'..niiea.. If the weath the. near tiitui-H at, ":". Joe In order that the! city commenced op, ra- Comiwny's well,. oomm>nr- to the placing of straw and other "
.
.- -, ?d /grinding cano I the other dny. m -ani: ot rruat'iM'otection; ia/ their superb mechanical: condition.

.: Canal, Triumph of Modern! Engineering One of With over tho Rrnwn IttrKvst' In
I. "r'>nnty rovrlnjf ':'!,000 acres, (t VtmtlUA CITIES ANt) TU'Nt4Florida painstaking'Cue used
.-'ilighis: of Winter Cruises to the Sunny Caribbean i record br>:aliun! / output;> Of sugar Is --.-- curacyand

oxprrtcd) front .1 tlii: \..mUJ a 4tha in thi'rmanafacture.TryDla'dley's
has!I a good many citlonxtd $ M
Inn at''CIC lstcfn< : ti lUcli IIi a4b.eJuleOYo l 4
\ towns.. earn: v lib pijpulatluii Jn.K.VSU.A .
:" :; t if Jvlndevm Ja.l1U"ry. 1.<.<, of\ :2000.. Tuft fcillcrwln Isi :' .e yourself ,1m" see tho difference. ; ; .

'.., .,;v..':. "" ,,, . ,," Ftvo hundred m"n w'Ij: b u employ. i '",.,.. t>6t ilatlon.. anij .ot tltWi!), 1
.. ."'; 'J' '. r ,fn
; vs
J... fA ai' the Canal l'o .ti ry t. place In hot cTaas 'unc'ofdl'uir th .
; ,11 1yr when both nUll urn/ in operation the aonjtwi' Of 1S!30. Tho figures BRADLEY'SFERTILIZERS

y fl.,r",', .,: .' < about I Iht ,roll,000:: in ox( worker|p' -leil i.to extend t" sh-PA; will ,pfiteially *utnd until it.1ctlnll111. -. Y':;r: lin'p.xlae aN r a yr,, xt,

\ ' I of 1040. unless eongresreleanges .
: : ; ,,,
I' .. . .J.J'I r-- the law And tak.M n new ,6flg. .
I ., "''. ; '' '. "i Del ray - J fill; :, th<- 3-rannthn old census: y.

",.1."..,"."'.' t i vlsraea poppy owned by J. L oune Hltl'vell- Apoplia.Ac 9fJtl1 _'_ __ ....____ 1',13'S .

.. ,; ; if. 'Ii ton Is a. linen Llttln! Jimmie IItjl-
', .,. ",; .- v\Hrtnn. ago 18 month, being very Arlington, 'ht ,,._i_.._._ 1,425) -- .,., .
fond of the dog, J been In the T--; "' ' -
>a->
HVVilii'iii'm'iKiiiM'TJtaiS
,
; \ AubUrndale, 6th ,____...:?_ 1,81s _
( habit of following It over th >yard Avon Park 30tit ..__.._ 8,353 ---.-,- -4-._._'___ 1 _,_ ,_._._, __

of Ms parents. A few days ago lUrtow, 2IJth .. ."._,-___,_ 2,388
l while In the yard together, they Hayshore, 112th ___-.' 1,010

I ran upon a rattlesnake about two Hell wood. 86th ___1::..__, 1,360 i

.<,(. r..." ""'1fo >IZi.( \" ''''>((1 feet long The. morning was cold Uland, 79th ___________ 1(483 !

""." \ >":\ ::!\ ,,.jt,.I.. .- and the snake was not active. The Howling Green, 100th _"'_' 1.02S PRINTUnIG I rli

t94N1 ft'I'I- lJiV., -i ;.d..; ,". dog grabbed it below the head Boynton 104th ______--_ 1.007 I'1' l.yr't "
Mq it shaking the life out of It. II* than Dradenton 24th' _.. .
1J ,.____..,_ 0,37 l ywpt
\ ;" .' ...- 'J" '' dragged the snake fa the'( QUlle,1keeplnl' Brooksvllla, 86In '....___- 'i,405 ..
ahead' of
[ ..",...",.. the while. Neither little the Jlmmle.all Callahan 77th ______,,_ 1, 4Chattahootchea . ,
}boy
nor : 34th _.._ *3,803 +I
the dog was bitten by the snake ,: rve
Clermont, 103rd _,. 1,086
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Ct-nrforrgi.Ms Clearwater, 18th __..... 7,632 VA ,}
: vJl : Panama City Constructionwork "Clawlston, 66th ..,. ___., 2,284 a ttp
on Road 20, the principal j
thoroughfare leading Into Panama

I City, IIJ I going! rapidly along It
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t A I I. understood that llmarock fur- : .

face has been placed; on that part \ //E: :
of the .
highway between Betts and .
Youngstown, and the Construction .. .

crew has been moved from Fountain .
*r ,
k ,rte down to thin place Other ti .,

,, 'vrN work will be started from D tts is the master Joey of oar 44'' ,
; .. f s leading on into lbs Jackson coun- .! I
l line Count the r I civilization, the means :
..t. ty will be worked nest Is a ,

-.... '............. I point that Is understood. Thishighway Cost NOWK1U through which, we have , "! Ilk;
In scheduled
to b. completed -
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OH* of run ovm>,VMt; LOCKSr by the first of the year and achieved education and '

.1Qm Caribbean .ts which the ihlp Is able to negotiate the on either fide for miles, and .ANCB Is. .only commodi'rv 'i'
r region between the two milesla _hKJ\cin/xrt be pimhssxi whctiDoo'r Industry. It is well worth s r a ; ,
51 lIng port and places differenc in level found-'komo of the ; '
most productive
II u "Hd.d mo.t 1
!*
Canal can accommodate -I T ANgL
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r who I The Panama the "
I*, in oceans land that very highest efforts of c"Y
West vesacl afloat.! an"att of the .
r t'., various Indiesthe the largest trait, foe*611( n Dfok! eel
ever to go through train once more' and proceed to tata can boast, Man rmlize sea Cofnt die Its craftsmen.BRADFORD '
t winter. One of the One of the biggest Tea ,
fwi ; '
Ercat Panama Canal ll was the CanadU n Paciflc liner Em I Oamboa where they take: a steamer ton oMMrftipMi luunara nw* v I
steamed from through the celebrated Oalllanl TalIaha sod bt prrpsiwj' '
S modern engineering: of Scotland which I He --John henry Jackson
x prow In the (Culeora) Cut to Pedro Miguel. tbenc
a abort- cut from the the Atlantic to the Parifle train again (o old Panama youthful negro, Just out of 1M 1M_.. eM ae.nr
=... :I Pamo and eltmtnateaTons of one of her world eruUe by onceth. the Wur at ifnuf smthf
.. course vessel icheduKd to visit headquarters of notorious band nitealary tout Saturday atMr ::;iaee.ee =
IItna.:: t'a voyage around A popular during the forthcoming of pirates. Sometime these eapedi- completing year': '' sentence v u"rage I5-2 ;
? construction of this the Panama region DucheM ot Clone are prontabfe. On a recent ewe for obstructing rallrefad.{ : trajrk. -
n.Yr"38ht'WIMl nnalli: d1mc\11ttea_ 30.00O winter grew la seas, whIch aalla Indies cruise Lieut. Osage William, Now they are looking for John COUNTY pilA' :y

:a......... 1111-1.Open.d to Ip.C. from Bedford New York on two Weal Indies aided by a violet ray detecting instrument Henry stain.i they Lana: him;; HAROLD C. WALL
B and Feb. 11. 1931. unearthed gold and Jewel. he will face' '
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'" ad oath at Cristobal.la valued at SO.OOO on tb* site of Ban
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COUAlate of a, series of rail to Oatun where they i 1471. Bradenlon 1 bank and! collect STARKE ,
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11r blame the mistake, on the' seasonof the first and last letters of the there I:any blame, the legislature' architects-could -"..,
Bradford Telegraph U8
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County I the year. word. must bear it.IVEIVS. Green Insisted that k.
i4 i4td I Other Pens ,' all archltt'_
r Established iFrom o- He smiled-and the childrenran '' O- tural work done In
1877 4 ,Congressman R. 'A. Green of the out of the way to meet aDd; OP CO.N'GHKHH should be done by local the aids
-' second district that architect,
says congressional greet him. I --- -
j.ublishedVe klY' on Fridays and Entered: as Second Class A fellow needs a friend during appropriations will have a lie smiled--and his co-worker Washington D.O., r>ec. 19.-- Congressman R A. Green tod-k'

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. Chrlstman times.--Starke Tele good Influence on business In in business worked better than ,Inan Congressman R. A. Green and Mr. conferred with General -
graph. Aln't It the truth.-Mac- Florida. The Judge, like the ) other place of employment.He Hiram McElroy, of Tampa, Fla., JUnes relative to the Frank T':'

S. Matthews, ________________ -.-- Owner and PublisherJ. clenny Press. president and many others, have smiled-and his buslnas today conterred with Congressman the branch of the National location, 0
--o- turned the old principle around. clients and callers spoke well of Addison Horn
T. Smith
C.. Robinson _____ _______ ____________ Managing Editor I' chairman of for Disabled Volunteer
him and business increased.
|i A fellow needs a friend during Once it was that public Improvements the House Committee on Reclamation provided under the term oPtfc
-- ---,- --A T sort of for Ha smiled and all who.entorei
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Christmas times. Starke Tele- came as a prize In the Interest of proposed Fletcher-Green bill. "
graph. Probably, but not more so having done good work. Now it his..office door were pleased to be legislation for 'Government re- He was advised by

Yearly, $1.50; Six: Months, 75c-Payable In Advance than at any other time of the year. comes as' a dose of medicine for greeted as friend and equal. funding of the bonded indebtedness i that General Cummings Gen. in?
Bronson Journal. economic ills. We are standingby 110 smiled-and follow the was 8 +
Advertising Rates on Application of drainage districts throughout petted to make A report to 1
the
: .. .. .. -- ---eOn --- watching the patient. He will smile with a brotherly handclasp; the United States. This legislation board In the near, future. fu
the first of January, live but how long; will It take him and those who were discourage/ passed the Senate last session report will be made as a Tb

A Happy New Year. In nineteen thirty-one; to get better?-Titusville. Star- and downcast went out and tooka and, a bill was also reportedby hearings recently: conducted result In o'

0 When asked why you are walking Advocate. new grip on life and their work. the House Committee, but states of the southeast ttJ

1931. Just say the bus won't run,-Inverness 0. lie smiled-and while the :years Chairman Smith advised the FlorIda General Illnes said that t

You might practice writing Chronicle. Not a single conviction has been rolled on, he grave younger, be- men' that It was the purposeof the report was made that Jud alt
0- --. secured in Tampa's election fraud cause-he smiled.-Clipped. his Committee to report the Green and other Interested me

Duval county voters tell the world they are not bridge Some Florida papers are still' cases, not because of lack o ,fraud o Senate- Bill the latter part of this bees of the house and sane
o'l: fiends I doing their best to bring in an oil but because of faulty indictments. Uakh"ar l"rogre"8Vtb A Conservation . week.' He also hopes for final en- would be given a further hearl.

M i well.--Starke Telegraph. It would Because of this tour clerks were Project actment of the legislation before by the general board but he Sit

; o bo well If they did.-Bronson freed on directed verdict altho (Gainesville Daily Sun.) adjournment of the present session that these hearings would not

Golden dollars are comirg into, 'the state for goldenoranges. Journal their ballot boxes contained 413 I The good nowes comes from of 'congress.Judge held,unln after the holidays,

g ----o-- ballots and the state'offered proof I Washington that Congressman R. Green said that under the that time Judge Green will aga
ear r New lines are always attractiveIn that onll' 63 voters had gone to ,... Green has been Informed by provisions of this legislation appear in, the further Interest
o cars or out of them.-Starke the polls Starke Telegraph. the members of the appropriations bore of Florida districts Florida's claim.

b1 J St. Louis bootleggers are "aging" their liquor'under Telegraph Please, 'respliln" yourself Convicting' election officials of committee of the horse\ of repre- able to refinance their Llum-1 - .--. .. -
as "Andy" would say, Friend fraudulently conducting an election bonds by obtaining the
,'i t setting hens. : sentatlves that ,the sub-committee
i 1 Robinson Macclenny Press. Is not an easy matter In Tam- has approved an appropriation of ment loans at low rate of HAMPTONMlM

o O---' -- pa or anywhere else, although per- thirty thousand dollars for the establishment for this purpose 1-
lulLD The big rush is over for another year for some, for all Georgia loses two seats In congress haps .no Florida town has' had as of a naval etorea ex- Aim" Mramo, Cow.
while Florida gains one. much 'violation of the election
time for many. perimental station. Congressman ', Congressman R. A, Green was
Which In- the loser?-Times-Un- lawn.-Bronson Journal Mrs D. W, Moore and son, HoJ
D --O'' ion. If Florida gained another Green had originally endeavoredto today advised by the departmentof ard, visited friends and relatM

Congress gave the country a Christmas gift of three congressman like Lex Green,. we 0 make the amount fifty thousandbut Justice that an appointment of here last Sunday.
r r Highlands county commissioners the committee has seen fit to F'Dflda's new district Judge, and
win.-,Columbia. Gazette. Mr. and Mrs.. L. L. Bedenbaugil
I. y ri66 hundred million.Pride state they: ,will not tolerate lop off twenty thousand.No he United States marshal! would and son;Olin Bedenbaugh, 'vlsltei
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awt' o Even the busiest woman will sale of tax certificate of 1928 and doubt, however, the amount probably be made soon after the 'relatives in Jacksonville last Burl

goeth before a fall but it is worse when it is causedby pause a moment for observation prior years 'to the highest; bidder of $30,000 will be enough to Christmas recess-In all prob-

' bantam / before the mirror. Starka Tele- as announced by Comptroller make a good start in the directionof ability by: January 10th. day.Mrs.. P. B.: Hunt left last Sunda
a car.,. setting In /some suitable locality -
Amos that this up i
out
pointing pro- -
graph. And none of 'em ever get for Winter Haven where she will!
o too busy to stop to be admired: cedure was manifestly unfair to a forest reserve to be used The provisions of the proposed be, the guest of her brother, B.nayne. ]
Husbands have a busy week following Christmas-exchanging Bronson Journal. i those who paid their taxes and for purposes of demonstration to Johnson Immigration bill were ..

presents. --o--i-- that large delinquent taxpayerswere show what can bedone with the discussed tonight over radio by: J,.T. Hill and family who have]
Successful farmers, like other I waiting for this opportunityto naval stores Industry when given Congressman R. A. Green. been .located In the Sullivan cottage
o successful business men do not bid in their property for a fraction half a chance. The balls of the He said that this 'bill, which on Church street removed t 10|

Ocala Star says the drys are divided. So are the wets- have to go out of business. of what they owed for taxes. entire project in the preservationof has Just been reported by the Worthington. Springs last week
The county will. Institute foreclosure the finest trees from which the louse Committee will reduce
over the different brands. Starke Telegraph. But many of : by Mrs. Amanda Merrell of Con4
'em get so well off they can affordto proceedings at once to collect gum in extracted for the makingof fifty per cent or more the influx neticut' who spent< the while
'n. o retire.-Uronson Journal. the full amount of taxes and forestall turpentine and rosin. Whatever of aliens annually, and that It months here during the winter of

These days being, on' a diet or working on a commissionmean any' sale to the highest bid- forest area may be selected for should be amended to suspend Im- 1927, arrived here this week an,
... ---- --- [
about the same thing. ders. In fairness citizens who experiment will be protected by migration for at least five years will spend the winter here. Sbtj
Some' Florida papers are still pay their tax bills every countYIIn fire breaks and thoroughly patrolled and to prevent the entrance Into has many friends here who vat4
o doing their best to bring la an so that fire wllfnot be allowedto
the state' should protect thern our country of any foreigners delighted to learn that she buj
Major. problem facing Floridians-paying Christmas bill]!?" oil well.-Bradford County Telegraph from the 'ta"" dodgers.-Starke destroy the underbrush and the whose home country will not ac- returned. .

i za and buying the, new auto tag. !Maybe" they will succeed. Telegraph A view of the new taxlaw' new growth so' essential for the ept him in case, he Is deported by Mr. and Mrs. Phillips of Lakl
Newspapers have brought in a lot which may be Justified in fact. healthy: tree In reaching the pointof the United States Butler.visited Mrs Phillips' '"
pa
Q of other things. -Perry News. Bronson Journal.Discipline'ia. commercial value as'a money- He also said that Immigrants eats Mr..and Mrs. O. Haynes

News item says new freedom of women raises standardof -0Attorney : 0 maker. should be prohibited from enterIng F. C. Gould of Silver Lanj'

music., Where Is the new freedom? General Fred II. Davis necessary for the It will undoubtedly be a fine the United States unless they Conn., arrived here today anl
says a Florida law requires that thing for Florida to be able' to are of the white
race. will spend the winter months t if
of the indlvl
i'' proper development
0- the United States flag be displayed make such a demonstration. Pro-

The decision of diamond manufacturers to cut their pro- dally, weather permitting, atop character dual. Every or succeeds man who in life builds must a tection of a forest area of this Congressman R. A. Green today Florida Miss Mary.: Pearce of Stark

duction one-half will not hurt the world. the state capitol county court experience a certain amount of kind will be the most conclusive conferred with Chief 'ArchI- spent the week-end with her sun|
houses state educational buildings evidence that could be submittedto
tect of the Treasury and Mrs ,
again R. M. Faver.
discipline. The best time for a man
0'' school build-
and all couny show how foolish It is to burn
urged that all possible constdera- Mrs. R. M. Faver was snopplij
to learn his lesson in discipline is
Bronson Journal fat have to be naturedin ings. Mount Dora Topic, and those materials
!? says people good while he Is young. ,He learns his destroy which. ton be given to' Florida Architects in Starke this week.
self defense because they can neither fight nor run. o- -- lesson then 'at less cost and less if conserved and allowed to be for Federal ,construction In Mrs. Easton and son. ot'Orlaj
Successful farmers like other
used by nature, will help create
Florida -.
embarrassmept. The :young man do, the guests of Mrs. Easton
successful business men do not added wealth for Florida.
Ho also advised that local mother, Mrs. H. F. Chesser, th|
who Is so unfortunate as to have
Exchange remarks that even a' brave man cannot turn have to go out of business. -----o- architects were being usd'In! week.
discipline
who 'are too weak to
parents
down a pretty clerk when she Is trying to make a sale. Starke Telegraph. But all are not him, who can not deny him Just Bad Judgment some Instances, II. J. Klutho of Mrs. K. B. Watterson who bj
successful not in these times of
(Palatka Dally News.)
anything he thinks he wants will I Jacksonville, and Palst & Stuartof been 'visiting her sister Mrs.A. .
0 low for farm and The
prices products law-makers of the state In
Coral Gables were now employed Futch of Leesburg has retnrl
r If manufacturers of bridge tables played the game, they Hoover, farm relief. Mora's the have to after learnlhls htl'growsuprand lesson in discipline gets- this particular Instance the last by the Federal government ed and is operating Palm Cafe f

} would bring'out tables with. cross-sectional kick-proof wire pity.-Macclenny. Press. away from bis foolish iir nts. legislature, enacted a statute directing on Florida projects. There will be preaching at til
; -i O -' -i that auomoblle ad valorem
The department was unable to Baptist church next Sunday morj'
guards. There is no : No one' can
never escape.
Eve had to bother abouta license tax and automobile tag tax dvlse to what
extent additional
learn his multiplication table for ing and evening
washerwoman. She took be collected
----0- Just on January: 1. Thisin
off her leaf when she of him or his alphabet. He has to Itself would have
northern was tired made little
Florida strawberries to
being shipped by plane '
are -
hlmselt The
learn ,them for ; samething
wearing It and gave it to the goat. difference except that the present
markets., Not many Florida products are such" high fly -Times-UnIon. And ever since is true of discipline. He has. acting motor vehicle commissioner -

ers. they have preferred a diet of I to learn It now or later and it Is' has announced that the law STARTINGRIGHT
r briars and tin cans -Starke Tele-i better to learn It now.-Kelllher: shall be enforced something al '?

o graph. Wo move ;this discussionbe (Minn.) Fornm. most unprecedented in Florida.,
If 'Santa failed to provide you with a new tag or; the f
closed -Macclenny Press. : -0 The News lias no criticism of ; .
I .
us-usq wherewithal,' it is just too bad-but a parked car' uses but ---o-_ W. S. McLfu In Tampa the other -' the acting motor vehicle commissioner 1A ,,1

little gas. \_ According to one traveler the day declares he'll resign before as it believes that the prin-
sign in hotels reading "Have you I he will extend the tag limit. It cipal reason why taxes are not

o I left anything" should be changedto that's the case, we kind ot suspect promptly paid ,In this common- {
The South Florida! Fair at Tampa in February will be the "Have you anything leftT"-I I his resignation is In order. wealth ia that the public has learned \. ;

most complete exhibit of Florida Products ever attempted in Starke Telegraph. Which la allwrong ,' Try to get a* tag on every Florida that such payments can: b* 'deferred }....
this state. for any self reIPctlnll'guest carl by: the'first of the year and sometimes indefinitely
of hotels these days never :you'll have'"done Just that:- tried. But it does believe that the legis-

{ a 0 leaves anything not nailed down. It would ambdnt to no more. It'sa lature In, fixing the date of, pay- .; ,
.
r{ Telephone corporation advertises: "Don't write yourwifetelephone" Bronson Jonrnal.Congressman physical Impossibility to have a I ment as of January 1 showed very .,, ;i'" '- o' '...
u nice new tag on every car lathe' scant regard for old Santa Clausor : ... .. ..
If to he'll write ;
hubby-has anything ,
say\ R. A. Green has state by January 1 whether Mr. the Yuletide season or In fact .": ,1'J '
or telegraph, Introduced a bill in congress for Metro likes it'or' not. But that Is' the only taxpayer-the automobile r :,
'!
1't
"
: o post office building construction really not the' question Mr, Mc-' owner--who can be dependedupon ....I!>':"I. "",:,.

St. Petersburg Independent tells of bandits being killed program to promptly' relieve the Lln doubtless is most anxious to to come across. I p lhr ,. .
unemployment and economic ,,de- get prompt action but prompt ac-: The retail merchants of Florida ,
by bolt in electric chair*, Rank carelessness .on ,the part of pression. Every city should be- Interested tion in such an endeavor'-cannot also seem to share this ..view for \

l' the manufacturer. in securing a post office be secured under present condi they are petitioning Governor
building under this act.CrescentCity tions. The thing for Mr. McLIn Carlton to withhold the hand of :
o Journal. to do Is to work-out! a fair and Im- the law. They: point out that au- '\
Slips in postoffice boxes this week raised many hopes only ..--'+-o------ partial way of handling this tag tomobile had, valorem taxes and : .

'to be dashed when instead of being for a Christmas' package Ocala Star is of the opinion that business after the first of January, automobile license taxes will take

I they read "J3ox rent due." the University of Florida Includes because there Is going to be an after , $2.800.000 out of circulation at '
l'f hitch-hiking In Its curriculum the tint of January for a the best trading season of the : :;!\
o Starke Telegraph. Evidently does whole lot -Of folk...--Plant City I :year. They feel that theIr' Christmas : ,

Increasing the egg yield of Florida is more important to i from the number of hitch-hikers Courier, business ia! going to slip backIn r'"
wearing college caps to be seen --z-- o- about the same amount And, '
the state than the finding of dinosaur million
a egg seven '
on the 'road most any time,- ,MeaniugtWhatlMtniaterq'Ywivee perhaps, they are not far wrong In .Start off 1931 on the right foot-
years .old near Dunnellon. --,;, BronHon' Journal.. Well. If they t As everybodyknow. their deductions. with a Savings Account. A year 1

o have ,learned how to hitch to a .,,, hare a ,difficult time In The federal government,. Which
f ,, Mistletoe may be a parasite as claimed by'the Times- ride these times they have learn- lite, and a. particular lacly> lot feo 'always gets taxes when it goes after steady saving where every centis
tt ht ed something a lot of other hitchhikers roused the sympathy of a friend them does not require the absolutely SAFE will produce '
Union, but that does not prevent it from. being' popular dur- haven't found out,-Mac- that she remarked. "There oughtto payment: of Income tax-: the"only: ..re8ulls'that count. Set yourselfa I

ing this season of the year."Woman's clenny Press. ba a special place In Heaven for direct one of any consequence thatit
o o ministers wives.;' Imposes---until the middle of schedule beginning with today.

Life's Little Thrills We do not "Perhaps; you're right," re- March. It gives the customers /
Influence Injected Into Modern Airplane' vouch for the accuracy of the following sponded the minister's wife "butI time to recover'' from the harassment

t reads Times-Union headline. Probably a phone set BO she statistics, but It Is said that should rather go with my bus- of Yuletide. And in grantIng BANK OF STARKE

'canktell: Henry: to be careful. "every minutes one baby is born; band Farm ,and Ranch.VrlxffWlnnlnR this respite between ..
two husbands get shot: three tires o windom.I '
o break out; four girls leave home; Wants AN HONOR. ROLL BANK ,

Auto owners in northern states put up their cars on ac- five girls come back: six autos (St., Petersburg Independent) It is hardly possible that the I'
E. S. R. J. Davis Cashier
Matthews ., ,
count of cold weather. A coM tag official in Florida can ac- are wrecked; seven bank cashiersgo The week's..prUe-wlnners: from governor ran offer the retail merchants -I Pr.es. ,
abroad; eight people get hurt; the classified columns of various any relief He doesn't
complish as much as zero weather. nine make the laws
men need insurance- and ten newspapers and he can't revoke'

-- ----- I agents are after them."-Rich- Wanted, -"-. Assistant butcher. them. He might authorize ,the A Wish

Financial World says business should not expect too mond (Ky.) Register One able to,drive and kill himself sheriffs of .the l various counties

much this winter but the coming of spring would find a ma- I -0-' preferred: who are entrusted with the .'enforcement t
The Bradford County Telegraph, Man. waned for gardening also of the laws to look the May all your .Castles -

terially. .improved industrial l picture. alwaya punctual with Ita credits to take charge of'a' cow who sings other way for a month or two.. But in, the Air be-
'
1 0 I gave the Chief credit'Jast week In the choir\: and play'the organ. even If he ,did that he would be come realities during .
for a couple 'of paragraphs that Lost-A "pair of spectacles by a transcending his' authority. Be-1 .
The number of solicitors from out-of-town to '
appears belonged to some oae else. We man In red feather case with a silk I sides be would be failing to back ? 1931. May the'New ,
be growing all the time. Some of these solicitors are employed have often had cause to complaint lining. : up his acting motor vehicle commissioner Year bring

by legitimate organizations, others are fakes. other fellows taking editorials Loat-Al bunch of keys by gentleman ,. And no doubt Mr. Me- and ,
.
From the Chief without credit, but on a purple string. :. Un got his Infractions from higher prosperity
r ri o the Telegraph's case Is different. Wanted-A boy to gather eggs up before he appHed the screws. A happiness to us all. :
I i rI Titusville is operating hobo express, furnishing free Clearly: It was an error," but the fourteen years' old. The whole trouble Is with the -. prorpcro This is our.prayer, i

: transportation to vagrants to the north county line.' Stillif hap who wrote the paragraphs --- O legislature for not thinking of the and our
our hope
a man with money likes to winter in Florida, how much loesn't know It and how to ap- The Loafere* Word down-trodden taxpayer: before p1CW Year ;
Mase) his wrath we do not know! !"Smile.Is the longest word lathe levying burdensome Imposts upon belief
more so would those with little or nothing? -Apopka Chief. Wall have to world-there la a mile between him at the holiday period.. It I

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