Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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 18, 1931
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04842
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OVER STA WRUf LAW VIOLATIONEighty Wednesday Night '


Radio Program on Crotalarla to Be Persons Convicted; 13 Dln- The community Christmas tree i

December 23rd : missed and 71 are Pending. sponsored by the American Legion l

MADE HERE the \ will probably be seen standing on
JE E Because of that 30 boys the lot between the Bradford
Game wardens arrested 167
of Crotalarla persons
grew an acre -- I County Telegraph office and the
this year In the,4.-H Club In Union Strawberry' Acreage 2100 Under : KILLED IN FALL in Florida during November, court house by the end of this

liontrtIt Appointed Member: and Bradford counties, and have That of Last Year, FROM "FREIGHT according to C. C. Woodward, state The annual report of L. ,T. Dyer, week. But the actual time of the
and fresh water fish
$BonJ Trustee By City formed the Boys' 4-H Crotalaria game com county agent for Union and Brad- big Christmas' tree program will
Report Sajt missioner.
Council Club they have attracted BO much ford counties for 1931, shows a be Wednesday night, Dec. 23rd, at
Violations of
attention throughout the state that Billy Lee, 17-year-old youth of the state's hunting, great variety of activities with 7:30: ( p. m.

city council of the city' of they have been requested to broadcast Following is the southeaster Asheville, N. C., 'wan Instantly fishing and trapping laws occurred much accomplished In his wide The tree on the night of the 23r
Florida, met mom an account of their achieve truck crop report of J. C., Townsend killed at 3 o'clockMnnday: morning] In 38' counties Mr. Woodward'smonthly field of work. will be roped off and only those

Lilar session with call ments to the world over' the radio. Jr.- of the U. S. Department when he fell betw .a the freight ''I of the report showed. Disposition This year, being employed for boys and girls Invited will enter

presentA. The program will be'given over of Agriculture, Issued this week; cars of a southbound freight at the cases revealed that 80 both counties by the state and government the enclosure and take part In the
I Lee Waterman of New WRUF at Gainesville) at the regular The southeast trucking sections! crossing near the ice plant. His were convicted, 13 were dismissed, he has covered more 1 tree program

gs'ked for permission to Inite farm"hour beginning at 12:15: got partial relief from severe body was badly mangled by the and 74 others are yet pending In miles and put In more demonstration Those children who live outside

system of house number Wednesday, 'December 23rd. drought conditions as showers fell wheels when,he" Was thrown from county courts. projects with both the boys of the Starke district and who receive -

tor the city of Starke. Upon Talks will be given by Ortho last week over most of the area. i the top of the cars by the sudden Hernando county, with 19 cases, and adult farmers than heretofore. an invitation to the tree will
led all other
counties in
L it was ordered that same Matheny,.. Brooker, president of The winter crops on the coast of I slowing' of the train. A companion, numberof According to the agreement with be expected, if they have no other
nted. The system to con- Boys' Crotalarla Club of both coun- South Carolina enjoyed the first 'I' Thomas Branton also of Asheville arrests, Mr. Woodward stated the state extension office and the way to come, to come to town on

to government regulationsill ties;, Ivan Hazen. Brooker, the rain la several months; and growers reported the' accident to the while Liberty and Hlllsborough boards of commissioners In each, the school bus. The bus will pick

delivery and the cost not champion with 890 lbs Crotalarla were enabled to':'set cabbagefor crew when the ',,train arrived at came next with 13 each. Dixie and of these two counties, he was not, them up at their regular school

teed 60c per number and to seed from his acre; S. M. Dukes, spring harvest. In{ Florida, Waldo and the dispatcher requested Voluala with a dozen each, and required to give half time to Brad' pick-up place--some parent or ''t

sid by the property owners. adult farmer.and grower of Cro- rains of varying intensity aided the night officer here to Investigate Washington and Lake, each with ford county but just such amountof adult person to chaperone the children -

further discussing: library asIwtlJ talarla, Dukes; and L. T. Dyer, the growing winter crops and the matter, resulting in worst nine violations, were among the time as he felt he could spare are Invited to accompany ,ti

of the late J. W. Alvarez, county agent, who has seen the while the fall crops In the central the discovery of.the body near the offenders. and to get certain work done. Ills them. 1

mncll decided not to take !any great' advantages of ,this crop and part of the state are about harvested ice plant. Beginning the fiscal year on report shows about one-third of The,, American Legion appreciates

8 i as to rejection or 'accepD. who believes In it. those In the extreme south- The DeWitt C: Jones Companytook July 1 with $48,661.15 on hand, his time and about one-third of the Interest anti cooperation

A very interesting program with ern part of the state were especial! charge of the body and pre the game department finished November work done was in Bradford and being shown by the public, and

A. Montieth was appoint. some good music has been arranged ly benefltted. Temperatures during pared It for shipment to Asheville. with $38.24 In the bank, two-thirds In Union. feel sure everyone will be as lib

I member of the board of bond for the 45 minute period, the last two weeks in November The boys were riding the freightto Mr. Woodward stated. During the The exact time spent In office eral as possible with their donations -

fen, tor a term of three years. and all are requested, to listen in and the first week In Decem- South Florida In search of work, period between July and Decemberthe cannot be given to each county, to make these 350 or 400 children it

|motion was made and carried on It, and learn something about ber were much rbove normal, and according to.Branton'; department loaned the gen- 'aa most of It was done jointly at happy on Wednesday night.

[ the council make recommen. what the boys are' doing and the crops like lettuce, escarole, romaine -I VA_*_ ..- UJLI-U eral fund of the state treasury office in Union county and at his Dec. 23, 1931.MILLER. n'95d
OM to the bond trustees as tories greatest of all legume crops, CrotaJaria. .- cabbage and celery grew REV. JONES AGAIN AP- $17,500, spent 6542718. home at night, such as letter writ- .
to be paid employees of ., very, rapidly,' which affected, adversely POISTOR HERE lug mimeograph letters, reports, I
flight and water plant. ,, the quality of the first J. W. ANDREWS, HR. writing up projects, and many : IS

1 motion was made and carried three crop mentioned. 'At the annual conference of other similar office duties.In 1
\ the city reduce fee of W. W. Schools Greatly Cabbage growers in North Caro- Florida Methodist: held in Tampa Mr. J. W. Andrews, Sr., 73. died relating' many of his activities'

en for caring: for prisoners ollna expect to reduce their spring last week Bishop Moore appointed at his home Friday afternoon following for the year, the figures given first OPTIMISTICABOUT

1 15 00 to $2,50 per month. crop from 700 to 600 acres this Rev. W. F. Jonos to again serve a short illness. are for Unlot county and last for

Aided I StateIt coming year according to the early the Starke church. Rev. O. E. Mr. Andrews was born In Brad. Bradford:
By Intentions) report. Setting of the ford county and was prominent in
Rice Is presiding elder of the Jack-
r. A. Held Meeting begins the latter part of De- business here for many years. The Days spent 'i field work 125 DEAL w wllalievea
I crop sonville district'and will
; : preach funeral was held Sunday afternoonat and 65; days spent In office work, .
Wednesday Afternoon Is only through practice of I cember. here at intervals of three months. 2 o'clock at the 78 and 12; calls on agent for ad-
the' moat stringent economy that Cabbage Crop Damaged Rev. J. T. Guy was returned to
vice and service, 628 and 71; telephone
church of which he member.
e Parent-Teachers Association I full benefit of the 97,500,00 public The winter cabbage' crop In Cocoa; Rev. E. M. Rooks was sent was a and telegraph calls 188 and Prices Ulll Hold up Fairly
December Wed- school appropriation will be givento South Carolina In Charleston and to Ortega; Rev. Laurie G. Ray was The funeral services were conduct. Well for Local Hlruwlterrle>>
I Its meeting ; II ed by G. II. Lowry and Intermentwas 5: Individual letters written, 1,493
lay afternoon in the high county educational purposes, Beauford counties has been severe- appointed pastor. at Green Cove and 527; single mimeograph let

001 auditorium with the preslt Governor Doyle E. Carlton declared ly damaged by dry weather and Springs, and Rev. T. L. Z. Barr, In Crosby cemetery.The Were Messrs.. II. ters written, 33 and 33; approxi- Plant City, Dec 15.-,Declaring-'
More than $6,000,000 of the acreage has been reduced to Highland avenue pallbearers that In his opinion there la no cause ;
Mrs E. K. today. Tampa. number mailed
> Perryman, pre- mate copies 6,000
H. J, E. T. N.
Young, Corpening,
600 In with 900 for alarm because of the comparatively ,
from' automo- acres comparison w
this fund come
ng. In the absence of the sec- will and 6,000; visits to farm and
Mrs. L. Wyman, acted as bile license sales':::: acres last year.. The yields Is forecast MINSTREL SHOW TONIGHT Kendrick, E. S. Matthews, W. H. homes, 933 and 395; number method low prices for strawberries ;

tary pro tern, and It was an- Believing education to be one of at 0 tons or 200 half barrel Andrews, Col. A. S. Crews; honorary demonstrations, 18 and 0; meetings at this season of the year ,

iced: that Mrs. T J. Alderman the most vital duties of the commonwealth hampers compared with, 10 tons Get ready to lome to the big Messrs. A, M. Darby, J. M. at result demonstrations 17 Lee R. Miller, head of the auction

6 been appointed vice-president the chief executive, in in 1930. Much of this cabbage minstrel show given under the aus. Truby, Joe Crews, F. A. Sweezy, and 0; total attendance at these firm of that name, declared yester-

p: the vacancy caused by the cooperation with W S. McLIn, automobile moved by motor truck to Carolina pices of the Woman's' Club tonight J.. M.,,Alvarez and John,Uglow demonstrations, 354 'and 185/ ; farm day that In his belief the prices "r

illation of Mrs. H. B. McLen- license commissioner, has : and Virginia cities. Carlot shipment (Friday) at the Woman's Club Mr. Andrews is survived by his tours conducted, B and 2; other will hold up fairly well If a good s
widow, two sons, J. W. 'Andrews, of berries Is maintained on
had started and Is quality
launched a program of economy In 1 already building.The meetings held or attended 39 and i
Marjorie Stump gave arming automobile tag distribution that much later than last year.. The minstrel is under the able Jr., and William Anthony Andrews li; attendance at these meetings, through the season "Of course,
main for harvest in March Is ; two sisters, Mrs. W. G Mr Miller said, "I may be wrong. },+
Instrumental crop direction of R. F. Demorest
solo as anlog now gives more than 96 cents from and a 2,623 and 1,074; club meetings heldor
Powell Jacksonville, and Mrs. L I not. But as will be recoiled; s
number. estimated at 2000 acres, accordingto number of excellent 'voices hope
Miss Isabel Fer- every dollar expended by citizens have attended 52 and 34; attendanceat
B. Powell, of Alachua, one stepdaughter when the berries
dez talked interestingly on'the for their licenses to the state present Intentions., Last year been secured. In the cast will be these meetings, 1.140 and 680; two years ago
Iject] of "The Wise Use of Leis- school fund.Previous there were 3000 acres. Plants are R. F. Demoreat, director; "Red" Mrs. A. M. Pettit of AlI'chua. visits to homes of club members, came In unusualy early the price
I." and was followed administration now being set to'the fields and the Saul Graham was lower than during corresponding -
by Mr S. to the present Montleth'Joe Gllly 399 and 198; number 4-H club
[Dowling who talked along theof the tag department was crop as a whole will be two weeks Carl Oleson, David Moore, Floyd Among those from out of town achievement days, 1 and 1; at- dates of other' years when

how the home can assist in alowed six per cent of the late. Seed beds are only in fair Cheatham, Owen Griffin, Dr. Mar- attending the funeral were: Mrs. tendance at 4-H picnic 175 and 42; only a few boxes of berries. were

honk efficiency. Mr. Dowling money for' operating costs and condition due to the extremely dry tin, Luther, Powell, John Powell, Lawrence Adams, Miss Annie Pow attendance at 4-H Club camp, 15 being marketed. j,

ted that the home was the place was unable to operate with! nthat 1 weather In recent month L Wyman,: Rawson Davis, Little ill, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Cran and 15/ ; bulletins distributed, 689/ Mr, Miller arrived In Plant City

"children to learn the habits offence quota. In proof of this, Mr. McLln Early Intentions of acreage of Miss Cone,, with 'Estelle! Davis at ford, Mr. and Mrs., J. B. Chancy, and 325/ ; news paper articles written from Itammonil:!, Lft) last Fridayand

punctuality, industry points out $42,000 indebtedness cabbage for springs' harvest in Ala the piano. Mr. and Mrs. R. Lee Seville\ Mr 66 and 42; visits by district Immediately busied himself w'

sty, courtesy and thrift,, and Incurred by him when he took bama indicate at 50 per cent reduction X very unique program has been and Mrs. Joe ''Wynn, Mrs. Wm. agents, 10 and 8; visits by specialists with numerous activities at hand
|t HI of these qualities will In the Mobile area. In the Johns, Mrs. Roy Kerry, Mr. Oscar In connection with the auction operations ,
cause charge of the license aales in 1929 arranged and it Ja-fredlcted by 12 and 7; number culling
fa! to be more efficient In school !and which he has since paid off. Mississippi growers expect to reduce members that It will be a knock Alvarez, Mr. Guy Alvarez, Jacksonville .- demonstrations, 12 and 6; number here. He declared that

V later In business. Dr. Raymond During the first year of his ad- their plants 22 per cent from out. ; Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Petit hens culled, 3,150 and 1,155; miles berries are still being set out In ,;
ke In a forceful 1931. Last Alabama had Mr: and Mrs. Marlon Eddy, Louisiana and Indications now
| manner on the ministration under Governor Carl- year "-" traveled on official business, 13-
fleet of "Good Citizenship." ton, Mr McLin saved the state 1950 acres and shipped 1150 car*. HEATING SYSTEM COMPLETED I Mr. and Mrs. Foster Eddy, Mr. and 390( and 3,970; hogs treated for point to an acreage Increase out K
tee Mrs. L.' B. Powell, and Mr. Bert of about 25: cent.
Olive Ray's grade merited $187,000 In operating expenses ,of Missouri planted 2800 acres and cholera and swine plague, 3,472 and there per t ,
I 1 Powell and little daughter, Betty, "While economic conditions thru-
prize for the largest number the department and last year sliced shipped 1165 cars. Alabama began Steam'was turned intd'the new
patrons In attendance. the figure $189,000. 1' shipping the middle of April .heating system of the high school of Alachua. none.Winter and summer soil building out the north naturally have some
ft t was announced "* and reached its peak week. May 3 afternoon stressed with the I affect on the prices which berries
that both the! This year the department Is operating i building Saturday for crops have been }
otary and high school depart- with 87 employes as com to 9th. There were four heavy I.the first time, the contractors MASONS ELECT OFFICERS farmers and club boy. a* one of will command this year, a situa- i

PW had complied with the nec- pared with 236 It had when Governor weks of over two hundred cars, testing the lines and boiler and the: greatest needs of the two coun- tion similar to the present one pre- ,
W requirements made by the Carlton reorganized! the de- April 26th to May 23.. Mississippi finding everything In readiness for Regular annual election of offi- Jes. Field trips were conducted vailed with the opening of the deal

[te uperlntendenr and that the partment In 1929 and placed Mr, started April 26th and reached its the first cold weather. Some of the cers for Bradford Lodge No. 35, F. for the farmers to see these crops In Louisiana list spring," Mr. Miller r
has been week of 400 cars during May Sc: A. M., was held In the lodge these. sild. "The price was not high
lliu published as an. Malta In charge. peek radiators have been enlarged to and the corn following They das
school. 17 to 23. rooms Monday evening, and Installation and look / the season opened but main.
Although it is operating' more efficiently heat the rooms. were very convincing one
ring the business session Mrs the. smallest budget in years, the The fall bean crop in Florida i* Students have also been removed ceremonies will\ be held Mon. was sufficient to convince the moat tanned a steady figure through the y,
M. Alvarez the winter day evening, December 28th. Officers 9caaon. I believe that such wUl be r
chairman fast harvested and -
of sanita- department.has been collecting as being from the auditorium where they keptlcal.
health for the will be the case In all probabilities In the
coming year
gave an excellent re- much money for past three yearsas : acreage is coming into bearing. were placed on account. of lack of Farmers' Bureaus were organized "
..Mrs. R J' Davlaehalrman during boom days and this year The fall yields have been very sat. class rooms, the new rooms on the as follows: in each county and some fifty Florida deal If the quality holds.

|lDedlcal. examination, stated that must distribute 23 different type license Isfactory In the main producing north tilde having been completedand will be as follows: farmers purchased cooperatively The market ought to strengthensome
Morgan L. Green W. M. after the tint of the year
f the of Lake Okeechobee which D. ,
state board of plates Incurring added rou- region placed In use. approximately 200 tons fertilizer at
had C. A. Futch S. W. Mr. Miller said, and pointed out
Trt. comPleted the dlph- tine, whereas formerly it has had area has not suffered with the rest a considerable saving.
treatment weather. M. D. Bumgarner, J. W. the fact that before Christmas
of state from
and would cone but six the dry GROWERS TALK CUCUMBERSA .
the physical examinations to. Winter acreages in this section J. L. Anderson. S. D. buyers on the other end are busy
ta g the revenue accruing Joe Slatrunk J. D.' Teachers Association handling fruits and nuts ,for the
month of January. the school funds from the state and in Broward county have been meeting has.feeett set for Tuesday r
trade and have not the
government Include the constitu- coming along ,ery good and the ,, December 29th, at the court- J. M. Mitchell, Treasurer.N. Meets 8th Christmas
RStN' '
FOB time to devote to the marketing of
STATE continue fairly '" Sternberg, Secretary..
SENATOR bean movement houaa/or> growers-'of e 'county
tional one mill ad valorem levy, expected -
berries. Then too, be pointed out
A. S. Crews, S. 8. t'
heavy. Lima bean are being who are interested growing cu
J. t. to net about $(OOO()() and
Larsen, Who has several E. W. Hayes J. S. Bradford Teachers' there will be a considerable In-
represent. Interest from the state school trust loaded by the carlot from cumbers. The meeting will be attended The County rp
Clay County In the house the lake. L. W. Klckllter Chaplain.J. Aaaocltlon will meet at the Brad- reaao._ in the number of buyer #.
e for fund which will round out the $1,- ; thousand acres on by T, W. Karsted of the
Past two terms the last time I Early cabbage planting are be- Manhattan Produce Company, and A. Morgan, Tyler.A. ford County High School building' here after the first of the year.,

IIIg I elected without opposition, 500,000 Governor appropriation.Carlton declare It 'lag cut in several parts of the E. M. Nix development agent of J. Tboma . Friday<: January 8, at 2 p. m. mont of the men being away from of ,

P prominent visitor here Mon- would have been an 'Impossibilityfor state. Winter Garden loading 2 to the Seaboard Railway. They will -> The following I Is the program: home through the greater part
to th.
y.vr. a day. Yields have been Into the matter with Song-America. 1 year
: not only of the smaller 13 car go growers
Larsen many SERVICE Christmas holidays with the folksat
Pl R. Was accompanied by counties, but also for several of the ,light and quality only fair' The Interested and are hoping to get Devotional-Dr, G. P. Raymond.
C. home.
ae Heights Heiberger of the Key- larger counties to have' operated condition of the crop in the state at least ISO: acres grown In. this The annual Christmas Candle- Roll call and announcements.High While not desiring to make def.' 'i
section, and an- as a whole 1* fair. Irrigated sec. section. light service will be held at the school section:
cboola than half the
need his more mite and concrete predictions, Mr. ja
Intentions Winter church Sunday Teaching High School Pupils
of being a iona. Sanford.. Bartow i -- First Presbyterian
date full eight month. terms this I year himself a* nntlsried ,
Miller expressed a
for state suffered at 5 o'clock under the direction low to Study-Mrs. Frankie Hudson -
senator from aid of,the Garden and Palmetto have not STORE ROBBED FOR evening ,
without this state one outlook
district. that an optimistic
The senator being as much from dry weather THIRD TIME of Mrs. R. J. Preston. Round table discussion led by
this points which be Insisted upon be- be taken of the strawberry b
term from of the state The following will be the speaker. may
, Clay coon- as the central part program
fore the and which was '
Which Ia legislature deal here this season other things
kind of gentlemen .. where the crop is two or three S. R. Johns'store near the depot rendered: Elementary section:
went which has adopted by body. and and Piano Prelude-Mr*. Teaching Elementary Pupils being equal.
been In force .. week late. No appreciable move- ,teas entered Monday night Organ .
"ten many years, and has never been HAMPTON 4-H CLUB ment i* expected from Sumter and cigarettes, cigars, candy and other R. J. Preston and Mrs. E. M. Davis. How to Study-Mr*. Emma Hill. FO:: 1"T1I WINS
r the last election of a ELECTS NEW OFFICERSThe Marion county cabbage before later ,goods to value of $200 taken, the Primary section: IN' MAIN BOUT
ain"t when Slater SmIth ran ---. January. About 80 per cent of 'burglar entering the building by Scripture, Luke's Christmas Types of Beneficial Seat Work -

mt time Senator T. J. Knabb. At Hampton 4-H Club held Its the intended acreage in this section sawing a hole through' the floor.This'ls Story-Marjorle Stump. for Primary Grades-Mr*. N. D. Gainesville Dec. 15.-A spirited*

'm Baker the senator was to come regular business session with Mr. ha been set but planting is the.third time'In the last Sole, "The Wondrous Star"lIu Wainwright, Jr. Round table dls- fourth' round from which Vaaco y'

ebb defeated County. However. Mr. Dyer county agent !la charge and going; on following' rain\ of last few months this store has been Evelyn Stump. uaaton! led. by the speaker.. : 'orsyth emerged with a slight
.. .
Mr. Smith and week. The Bartow look well the robbers taking their Offertory. -. '
OIInt1 Ba- officers were elected as follows: crop burgallzed. r edge last night gave the Starke
i Bplte had its turn In the serve Mr. Henry Hlnson,, president; and will begin moving to market main loot each ,time in cigarettesand Reading "Why the Chimes WINS RADIO CONTEST I' battler a 10 round decision over

k of Mr. Sedgy Mr. Percy Sullivan vice-president; the first part of January. Their tobaccos', and escaping unde- Rang"-Mlas Lucile Mitchell. Jack Walden of Qultman in the }"

UIe dodo a good record In I Ur Wilson May, secretary; Mr. normal acreage has been et. The tected. Prayer and Benediction. J. Ml.* Mary Lucile Torode of Law- feature bout of the City Club'sleekly -

repreaentauveal with 6500 in 1931. A Preston.
ate ba the IL FUtch, local leader. compared Florida !In the Red .Goose Radio Both battlers fought furiously
winter -
iii 29-131 session gay. The club''has' enjoyed workingurtth More Celery The Seaboard put it* FOR contest conducted ,by the Frl4d- through the 10 rounds, It wa a
excellent ', train schedules In ,effect Wednesday SCHOOL CLOSES
feceYed! "mutton..He Mr:Dyef-tb: past years We When planting of the celery man-Shelfey Shoe Coof St. Louis, hard slugging' match throughout.; ,
Ylait here very cOrdially during i are looking forward to greater. sue crop' 1* completed. itU. estimatedthat and the addition of the new week HOLIDAYS ha been devoted 'to And she wa awarded a pair of Red Plenty of blows were registered by *,'
and talked 6600 of will be train ,will change the present This
over:the I acre celery fought aw
:es f this'coming club'year.Whoa shoe for her priM-winnlng both opponentsBoth
and Goose
with the B. IL S.
a chedul of local train -These examination at :
DUIDber1"Df our I ; Secretary. planted in the state compared thecompany clean. clever and game fight It
May for two 'essay. The contest put on by : I
r. eilrfor more ,to.n-; 15O: last year.. At, the prevent change are carried on another with today chorea are over The was nation-wide and ten was adjudged by many the beat
over' a eztadecS 1 Lake Worth -rNumber of Improvements time there are from 8000 to 3500 page of this Lau I together with week during the holiday main bout since the City Club inaugurated
the 550 the .hour of arrival of the added second semester wilt open Monday, '
count7.-KaccIeDD.J': being' made to munlelpl acres set .Seminol county 'selected its weekly show
golf course. (Continued on pg 4.) train January 4th. m

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4i' f I' MR. HOOVER war debts of other nations? ter and power projects all over the FOOD PRODUCTS AND TilE Hit 38
Cannot our own government, southwest? NEW YEAR'S DINNER i I Disasters '' '

{ ; (By William Randolph Hearst.) which is so liberal with the American -;' Where Is this construction? .:: : : -J1
: pc'v people's money to help foreign Where Is this employment? I "Start the year right, says the

+ President Hoover, speaking!! toy nations, spend some monoy to re- Gone glimmering, like the promIses state department of agriculture, i .
; + J'j qtr the Methodist Ecumenical Congress :- lieve our own unemployment and of Herbert Hoover when!: a can- I "with a New Year's Dinner 'Fresh I 0 ai

d i. at Atlanta, says: restore our own prosperity? didate for the presidency.There ,from Florida.: Can you do that? I ) ,... a 9r
{ { "Unemployment walks before The president states the condi- is public work which needsto Yes. Why h&ve one Florida prod-

I f you as something much more rea tions which prevail here in America be done in every state of the ucts dinner? It' might lead you to I ..
+ 9 ;, 1""' than a specter. It presents not without apparently understandingthe union, much of it absolutely self have another" "Get the habit" ,
only an economic difficulty, but an obligations which the situation supporting and self-redeeming, like that's the ide. I II +
,j acute problem for human being." entails.He the Boulder Dam project; and all Hotels, cafes' cafeterias, tea- I ,

The president urges the Methodist says to the Methodist con- of it benefiting the nation Incalcu- rooms are going to offer special .. ...,. ...... + t
'' 9 '"f ably, and giving work to millions Florida menus on New Year's Day,
1' : 1 < to use their Influence In overcoming gress. : .
+ ty : present-day problems in, "Unemployment walks before of independent, sturdy Americans, Including fresh fruits, vegetables .';", ,
k I ; ,; economics. you as something much more real who want work and not charity. Florida chicken, squabs, fish, ham,
t ;l + Why does not the president use than a specter." They want the kind of work! you turkey, Florida milk, eggs, nuts or .
r his influence to end the unemployment Mr. President, unemploymentwalks promised to give them when you any of Florida's supply of agricul- '
before as somethingmore were running for office and which tural foods. .
4 4' aiP and overcome present day you 1 .. ., 4' '
i 1? sr + problems In economics? real than a specter.It you forgot all about after you! wereelected Home economics teachers are f r. . ,_' 1
i. { It is hardly the business of the is the business of government to office. asking the school children to ask \ .

f Methodist church to do these i to; take cognizance of these critical Where are the great projects of the parents to serve Florida prod- __ _
1, tk ''r things. conditions.You Mississippi flood control and water ucts at home on the New Year's r t t ,
; r, ( say, Mr. President, that un-.J storage which you talked about menu. e' .u t "
governwent.1 employment "presents not only on when you were a candidate? Chambers of commerce and jun- .. . 4 .. Ie

Why does not the president use economic difficulty, but an acute I Give the people this needed work ior chambers of commerce are asking .. e i .+ +
his Influence in favor of the Prosperity problem for human beings." and the country this benefit now. all their local organizations to WI '

?r g t a Loan? Yes, respected sire, and it is your give( public luncheons and dinners : v

d h ve + 4 Why does he not urge the United problem. .'LOIUDFOItEST TREE at New Year's season using Flor- DISASTERS
; 1 ;' States congress to make a loan of Conditions here at home are your PLANTING INFORM\TIONA ida menus. Dl THE UNITED STATES
five' billion dollars and use these problem; not conditions abroad. Business! and Professional Wom-
d 'v' money for public construction, and And conditions here at home area recent publication by the Flor- en's Clubs throughout the state are RED CROSS AID WAS GIVEN
W Y so put the unemployed to work. government problem; not merely ida Forest Service, entitled "Plant- making a special!! feature of Florida INCLUDING DROUGHT RELIEF e

fl : That kind of a practical proposal a problem for churches and private Ing Forest Trees In Florida Is products In their luncheon and din- .,1 .. .,. .. e
j from the executive would be far charities. now available for distribution. The ner meetings during the entire sea .
i' ij ; better than a lot of sonorous words The American people do not bulletin explains the several meth- son.Men's
j + which mean nothing and accomplish want charity; they want work. ods reforestation. tells where Service Clubs are campaigning -
''r Qtr (M nothing. The American people do not planting stock may be secured, de- the state to follow up the ab.
t', L Five billion dollars spent over want a dole, whether it be a gov- scribes In detail what species to holiday dinners with Florida menusto IN & year of unusual weather conditions Red Cross relief In twenty-three public,gave more than I$$10.11II,.
j'' ti the next three years by the govern- ernment dole or a dole collected plant, the time of year to plant,, : the end of January.The all over the world, the i states. The other disasters were, and the American Red
'' ment would solve the unemployment from and distributed by benevolent spacings for trees, method of align Federated Women's Clubs United States was especially hard without exception, carried on simultaneously proprlated $5,008,000 from uL

situation.It private individuals. ment, labor, and how to plant. In- who opened the season with FlorIda hit, and In the twelve months ending with the> drought relief, ury. The cost of the other Sal.
would put money Into circu- They do not want the public dole formation, based on actual experIence luncheon for Ruth Bryan OwenIn June 30, 1931, the American Red and placed a heavy burden, not relief operations was borne troy J
h., 4 : lation. which you oppose or the private is given on planting coats Duval county, October second,, Cross bad given disaster relief In alone upon the funds of the national Red Cross treasury,and local II
{, , It ''would make the families of dole which you favor. which labor and purchase of are receiving this week a request thirty-eight of the forty-eight states. Red Cross, but upon Its trained personnel contributed In the stricken co
''n'> \ ,. ? three or four million men comfortable They do not want alrni cover stock. Protection from from their state president to feature With the exception of a mine explosIon of disaster relief workers.At nltles.

\\t and happy. : They want wages. fire planting, essential for successful growth Florida products in their an epidemic of typhoid the peak of the drought relief, This disaster "'orkoftl.a

.fl It would revive buying at the They want to be paid for ser- of all southern pines, Is also dis- home dinners on New Year's Day fever, a mine cave-In and a. railroad more than two million persona were Cross supported, in part,front!
k, stores; and that buying would. vice rendered. cussed. and thereafter.The ; accident, these disasters were all being fed, clothed or given other annuol roll call for memben tl'
I due to the elements. They were for help, and In all of the work more occurs each year AmliJ
t cause millions of dollars worth of They want work. of forest land wish State Parent Teacher Associations Between !
i I, ,r goods to be ordered from the fac- Mr. President, the American peo- Information Many owners concerning "Umber- are getting ready for afull est free, tornadoes, floods, storms, than 2,750,000 ;men, women and Day and Thanksgiving Dv i..
tories. ple were glad to see you kiss Pre- business enterprise." program for January through cloudbursts and drought. children were cared for by the Red person who! joins as a meats.
growing as a
The factories would re-employ mier Laval good-by, and will be The bulletin discusses estimated May on Florida products for school :The drought, which spread over Crosa. the Red Cross is conlrlbulln&
twenty-three states In the summer Funds for the*drought relief were ward this effective and .
yi u j'
i 4 discharged hands happier still to see you bring your costs and returns acre on slash lunch countera-.fresh fruits, vege- .upon.emergency
per and fall of 1930, and has again obtained In vart, through public relief
a Raw materials would be ordered mind home from European entanglements which Is being widely ad- tables, milk, eggs, nuts and other should edam
{ pine wrought untold havoc in northwestern contributions, because of the mag-
I occur anywhere affecting 11'11I
from the farms and the mines. f
t Y and attend to the agricultural foods.
vocated for planting because of the states In 1931, accounted for i iWOODLAWN nitude of the numbers affected The their fellow citizens.NEW .
,a Help would be hired In the busy problems of the Unted States of growth it makes, the ease with The state hotel association Is _ _ -
shops and on the farms and in the I America. which it reforests land naturally If taking a big lead, in promoting
, mines. I You know what the problemsare fire is kept out, and the fact thatIt this state-wide movement, by pre- Miss Mary Page and Charley

White collar men would be employed Mr. President.. produces larger yield than longleaf senting the program to every district Gasklns of evergreen section, at-
't, d to keep the books in the You have stated them beautifully pine on a abort rotation basis. meeting of that association. tended prayer meeting Mr. and RIVERMinn
stores and factories and to add up and benevolently.You Since 1028, more than 309 land- Home economics teachers and (Myrtle Norman, Cor.) Mrs. L. R. Denmark's Sunday. F..l. gnpp. C,..

; 1 the profits; for there would be have! also assured us that owner have planted over one million home economists of the }'lorldaPower Mrs. George Chambers and son, -

1 a ; N profits tben.Engineers. "we must kcep'our physical slash and longleaf pine seed- & Light Co., Florida Power George, Jr., have returned to their Among the 5e who traJ
Mr. Carl Rosier of Coleman we
achievements from mastering us, which have reforested ap- Corporation, and Florida Public was home at Mobile, Ala, after spend-
would the lings acting bunlne a in -"fa-he Sit]
his and Mrs.
plan public Mr.
visiting parents,
and our material possessions from 2,102 acres In the Service will. be glad to cooperatewith ing afew_. days with her sister,
1. : works and architects would de- proximately J. M. Rosier Sunday day were: Mr and Mrs o W i
controlling us"; which is not dif- state. This for planting in any local organization in the Mrs. Henry Dunn.
; sign the public buildings.< year, :Mr. Walter Lee of Wildwood, drews and grandchildren Mr.s i
ficult for us to do Mr. President, the winter months of 1931-32, making of Florida menus. Mr. R. Reddish was visiting the
1 his wife Mrs. Lee at Mrs. E. L. Kelly: and little asL. I
Contractors would undertake the was visiting ,
reduced amount of
the of
considering million seedlings avail- The state department agri- home of Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Car-
i there are n Jr., Mr. and Mrs J t Jo)|
her home
jobs and all of the branches of parents' Sunday.
activity -
? our material possessions during able for restocking Idle forest land.Organizations culture, sponsoring!! and directingthe ter Saturday night.
JN ; would require help and would the period of the present adminis- and Individualswho state program of "Florida Ag- Miss :Mildred Phillips! of Theres- Little George Anderson, son of and Mr. E. A tapp
;. : k hire sa, is spending a few days with Mr. Norman Wiggins itfacto!
( help.
tration. interested in planting Idle ricultural Products for Florida, Mrs. George Anderson, is very ill
vllle has been eperu'Dg sew
:MIss Mildred Norman.Mr.
x The help In every department You have assured us, too, that forest land with longleaf or slash is supplying, upon request, all We-all hope he will soon be Im |
11 Carter of Vanderbilt days at home wIth friends "
Ee v would get money, and spend money 'life does not consist in the abund- pine should apply to the Florida makers of Florida menus, a copy nry proving.Mr. relatives.
section attended at
4;+..1; k ; and prosperity would speedily ance of things," which we agree Is Forest Service at Tallahassee. One- of a new booklet, "Florida Fruits prayer meting W. H. Norman and Oscar mot!'
z the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. I Mr. Hermie Kelly ano
? be with us once again. only too sadly true just now. year-old trees are sold for $3.00 and Vegetables. In the Commer- Carter were business visitors to
y i Denmark night. Mrs. D. W. 1 Kelly were visiting|
Then with prosperity back the You have taught us that our I per thousand plus shipping cial Menu" (But No. 40)), written Jacksonville Thursday night Starke Friday afternoon
t income of the government would "eternal purpose must be to keep charges. especially for hotels, cafes, cafe- Those'who attended the weddingof Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dun and Miss Ruth Tomlinson and .'
the soul of the world alive and terias, tearooms, and school lunch Mr. and Mrs. Owen Carter Mon- ,
{ be restored, and there would be no sons, Mrs. George Chambers and Norman Wiggins attended B.I j
pregnant which we are preparedto Address Florida State Department day night of this section were,
need of additional taxes to be piled ENTITLED"SOMEBODY" rooms. son, were business to Jacksonville U. at Corinth Sunday night
j' upon the burdened backs of our admit In sweetly so, if anybody of Agriculture, Tallahassee Myrtle Norman and Morris Car- Thursday. There will be a Christmas

already overtaxed people. knows what it means. Somebody did a golden deed. Fla. ter. Miss Pearl Gibles, daughter of and program at New River 51
But Mr. Hoover, the American Misses *and Mamie Lou
We have a deficit now, but we Somebody proved a friend In need Mr. and Mrs. Gibles of Hellbronn Tuesday night. Everybody k
people are tired of platitudes and Norman and brother Othma and
I,1 &s had a large surplus before the depression Somebody sang a beautiful song- SURVEY FOR TUBERCULARMr. and Mr. Owen Carter, son of Mr. vited to attend
: and we can have a surplus beatitudes. Somebody smiled the whole day Truman attended the sing at Van- and Mrs. C. L. Carter of Heilbronn, Rev. Hemingway of Stork"

again to pay off our bonds if They want good old-fashioned long.Somebody. Archibald J. Thomas, Starke derbilt Sunday afternoon. were married Monday night, December fill his regular appointment at t q
Mr. Hoover will only stop talking American Action. Put Post Commander Post No. 66, Misses\ Mamie Lou and :Myrtle 13th, at 7:30: o'clock at the New River Baptist church Sw
t'' and do something practical to restore They want Intelligent and con- proved a 'wonderful American Legion, calla the attention .- Norman and Jim Hersey were visIting home of Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Cros- Everybody Is invited to attend
prosperity. structive leadership and help from blessing, of every civic-minded citizento Morris Carter Saturday eve- by. They will make their home Rev. Butler will fill nil ftp' !

la it not better for our govern- the government they put in office. Somebody* has a heart, the recent survey of the tuber ning. for a while with Mr. Carter's par- appointment at the Cloth

ment to upend a few billions on Stop being* an international Pol- Full courage expressing; culosis sanatoria situation in Flor- Mr. Jim Hersey of Starke, attended ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. 'Carter. church at Long Bridge Sunday f
America for the benefit of our own lyanna, Mr. Hoover, and be an Somt. jdy brings us success, ida by Emmet Safay, state the party at Mr. and Mrs. We all wish them a long and hap- erybody come and bring onf|
people than it Is to Institute morns American President. That fills us with joy mander American'Legion: com-I Newsom's Monday night. py life. with you.
toriums for Europe and eventually Where are the Columbus River We cannot express. "I am particularly

cancel billions of European debt navigation and Irrigation projects? Somebody has taught us the survey of tuberculosis sanatoria -

; payments--payments that we need Where are the east coast inland The love of God- in Florida in the recent report -

to relieve the distress in our own waterways projects, and the south It was somebody of the Florida Tuberculosisand I
country: coast waterways projects? Wits that somebody you? Health Association: + ai L

,w la it not better to remove some Where are the St. Lawrence river By Gladys Johnson, 'There Is a total of 184 beds pro- ..
a t of the taxation from our own peo- power projects in the north and Ten years old. viding more or less adequate hos-
pital provision for the resident Indigent -
is tuberculosis In seven coun

, ties."In } Pennsylvania) Tires
addition to the above, there \
By ._
Is one institution with provisionfor ESH_
the care of children with the at"J iiiimrrnrrTTirr'--*"

childhood type of tuberculosis, one
for the care of crippled children, CombingEwLowPmcES
N and one for the care of both types.
6111E'dE lbt1N1ERS16N fP$0 These three Institutions have a to- J
PULL T1t3mss .,., tal of 57 beds. There are also 45

beds for the tuberculous at the
and 28 beds .
state insane hospital '
at the state prison farm. : SaFety

"Last year, with the lowest tuberculosis 'wifL

e :.mayII death rate ever recordedIn
Florida: there were 1015 deaths.
One bed to each annual death is
considered a minimum standard of
sanatorium provision by the lead-

Ing public health authorities.
ii' air "How does our sanatoria pro-

vision rank with this Only two
II li states in the whole country with
'rb 1 e :Q: sanatoria provision, according to

statistics of the 1928 survey made

i 1c,; AH public by the National Tubercu- $4-19 1 1Against
_ losis Association, rank lower- Guaranteed 12 months 30x3 1-2 -----
Alabama and Utah. 5.00
"For several we have had 29x4.40 ----
years - --------------
state Tuberculosis D'f 5
an appropriation for a ------3
r i Sanatorium, with an en- 29x4.50 -
--- --- ------
abling act providing for Its con Every Kind. 5,65

struction. But no action has been 30x4.50 _________ .___------ -
: taken by the board of commissioners 28x4.75 -' I 6,35
for state Instlutlona. : --
-------- ----
4r ; i "There Is a crying need for such -, 6-7S
1 Institution. The time Is ripe for 30x5.00 --
an -- ----- --------
'Y1'r Prices all other '
1. every social-minded man and wom- on 8.10

e and every civic organization to join 31x5.25 __________...----- .
with the Florida Tuberculosis and tires in Proportion 8.60
Health Association in its noble 31x5.50-----------_ ____ _

} b itdt fight to require state officials to
comply with the mandate of the

legislature. Until then, however,

our support of the Christmas Seal Courtesy Service StationD.

I 4 Sale the which Florida finances Tuberculosis the programof and

w Health continue Association to be our principal Is and must ob- A. Montieth Prop. Phone 13

i -4r---: r4? vtslr CF jective.
y S-- Starke Florida
ht St. Augustine--Tea: shop open- ,

1 ed for business. --

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TOLD OUR. EXCHANGES ( : i; ', S.-- o."t'kr

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Nearly $1-000 was'ed' it is said that a smaller portion of --- : re ,

.e' d Polk county growers the turkey crop Is being held back 55 : $aj

of strawberries for the Christmas market than -.- I w.J:
9 Kathleen was lost year.
I It td: from Lakeland

|lloay.. -- I Milton Some fifty-odd happy

I 11 Florida travertine. and contented ;French families are 'I;
n c.unty Is a principal' now located in the French colony
K till;
surply has been recomed near JIunaon In Santa Rosa county -

t o af the cnstructlon) of the They are Improving their '

, r postoffice.f home, setting up herds of cattle '
sa raising hogs and poultry and all : /,

I j construction on the are making farming a specialtywith p .

house Oflia good success. .
f- storage
I' lW()' tea ,
I avenue In this heart ofcelery .. Is.C ,. J .
belt began with Orlando The Orange county ''i'

1 1St ,:( ""anford workmen x1,185 Demrocatic executive committee i ------ ----..._,... . >,, :. ).'

tr jf i Chevrolet's new oar for 1032.: embodying .
selected 12
the Ite. tentatively January illvnt H.vmtro-MnHh Iran- Above Special Sedan i
and 13 as the dates for the state- Union. In onri.hlnuUim. WHit nHeotivo'
';,'>i..., frco vrhOKllnc: cc ulnmlnnl I Broth- wide Democratic to be held ;
The HilHs" rally 9 ut no extra o,>.t. and prnctk I ,Movary \
,1'1I__ which prepares clt- here. The state executive committee ;.''" proven, ""'on", II V", 'a (>f r. cent IL Ir I ,
years 110W
( 'IT the trade has will make final approvalof ., . : room t hrouKhuut Il'i.luy'i: | lh: ontiul gil.tdii1i rv *hOW> -_._" : ,enriiN't'i .... \

pniye" Lrwater. The firm this date Mrs. Nellie Ross '.j ..4'-. "'.", \\' hUe rNn"ln'nlf' *n "10 prl.... (HUH auAea.naM. .. S
In which It
d won worM, Imtdnrxhlp thla
t :n 200 and 300 per. former governor of Wyoming has \ year, the new loaa: rnndcln oT.'r fnnliirtH -
| cent of them been secured as the leading visiting -' I heretofore connliinritd oxrltiMvci: : r
,6 per .. I t'> the I
." speaker. ,II. -"'> ",._ .... O. --- --- Bhown front eml prlrn mounUnit ft..II.l a.never,wull a"befuro u new )
-- on Hnjr
Chipley-Something new in the ----- ----- ---- --- our.
C'Hlli-fl/'ThoOroat American Vnliie
The county fair at way of berries for this section the Ip in.12:% tho lino nlTeiB, In, mipport' of ,

y' P Irk will be held February Youngberry. is being produced in blossoms of selected trees of known numbers of bruises' and cuts with In tills power vluNun, u flutter twenty...per nonclerutIon oont InuruM: ton** : ;; I

ino'L-tlve. The Legion is the farm of H. F. PIerce. out near parentage ,for seeds for the next probable internal injuries. The ape.tIs l'l.h"r of horttaH IS/ to with 70 mllo. en hour, now ,

Lrinif the position this eaoUowing the Egg-Laying Contest and plantsare generation. linn; Hfvllnii. modern Ptrenm -,
only rational moment he had lasted >lownlrnrt raiI'viri't.lon "rt'n' n
: r *
withdrawal of flnan- being produced for the mar- Panama City-One of the finest long enough to ask!: his location nuiintor-huluiKHid touch front tout orunlc.hul'l: inner-: :
luHtment| Hnt
|upport by the board of coun- ket. Mr. Pierce states that this catches of bluefish that has been a few minutes after the accident. mnny other refinementover, I h.. 11MI

nttlf -.loners' last berry is much more desirable than made this year was brought in by; His delirious chatterings were the puhllo mod-In; uc'feinnnre, which I from, worn llin Httuitl tho t most point nut or

the blackberry the dew berry or Dr. and :Mrs. E. M. Shackleford ravings of CDHflful, In the history of tho ronipnrn
A tour through the raspberry and is fast becom- person crazy on the Twenty Btandnrd. Hnil il I.. luie i
ro :xch;:: of Troy Ala., at 0:30 under the subject of religion, constantly model, uro In I lie new line of which

krus grove and vegetable pro- ing popular. direction of Otway Ware one of thanking his Maker for dying on : the one armtmifut.Hpeclul) Hedun., .Tho uiotureil, uhnvn" IM ----_. .. .._ P"" .
lower ,
lit L Indian River vluw Hhuw
districts of St. Andrews Bay's premier fish- the cross and for his An' tho new front oml und the ,
suffering. .0nMt" .
Itv will! convince even the cas-1 Unions-The Community Fair ermen. The party returned to the ambulance was called but : powerful I "I>l>olrlla1.00<1 onclualnu I are line*,expecli-d ilurlnit thu to. roll prennt off' the n. vmbly chrome iilatM. on all tine linen" and
;; that the so-called deWon held at Malone recently proved to dock was over the Improved 1t 'I he now 'In tho month.' I tie luxe .no flteerver, at noon with 151 fine bluefish an hour in arriving and meanwhile In addition, Interest oentarlnir' on unr lint In I ha 'low.prloo vvntllMtor. controlled from the dri'
In the scheme be a success from view- the cur theinHelvon flitld to oifer tho ciomblnntlon vt'r'e ..t'ei.with .
baa 0 place every This fine catch was made I the nnnounoornent of "Hunt
Hard lay in a coma on the wet nt thin truimnilaMlon the
tlin I hit nntlonul I now streamlined bodle
Mature In the move to prosper- point. Program was opened by Inside the bay and Is believed the ground with In that activity brought utamtlcmnco on- with eleotlvo (ion whoeltnit* "tuiulurd tnnnxternnliiin visor tin. boon .elimi*.
nIt the Marianna high school band. largest catch of the season. a.tarpaulin around by production' of tho now onr In control, equipment button,: uC no extra. t pout., ; A nated, und ItHpurpoim, I Is now nerved by
him on th
until a passing Blue Bus carried expoc-tod, Ht rionxervutlve, \ uu Interim' vlm.r t>dlti.uhla
ontliiiulrn, to
At the suggestion of Prof. Allen. ]I to iidd niaterlullv to tha 'imnul' enable I Iho driver to ,,".. the poHltlou I In front of the any
him eurnlntttof driver. Thn
.adenton The first car of principal a meeting was held anda Fort Pierce-PrelIminary work to the hospital in ChattaI I KOH.OOO( p.po! thrniiKhaut the Iroo, "hailing/ho".vl"8 onlv. when he loft, front: window I nliio I h,,,*un equalizer
I I I. I HIIIK bin
I to utillan\
hoochee for medical country hint iI'oroth. holiday .n..on d..or.\n.1\ : In a ler tomatoes from Manateety permanent fair organization was has been started here on the construction 1 1AJVTEY and l.eloro the severe winter "UIIOII when de-Hired. power or the unulne I ha winlow with llttletMTort.I On th

was shipped to New York voted officers were elected and of a winter home for BctM, In. Thn II out end offer n radlenlly lop run of the InKlrument, I
The company1 21 dome, lo removable nail tray fur Ihn
County Growers each pledged their efforts towarda nil ; :.I pluntl chunued iippoRrnnoe with a new type, venliMinii of c
the Manatee Mr.: and Mrs. Stephen H. Lesher, urn busy produnlriu curn tact Ht rail Ottor, u radiator. urllln I limit front neat |' m"m>i"rii.
clatlon. The price received bigger and better fair in 1932. of prerlHlon mHn Philadelphia. Fort Pierce win-
""rmll..o t i.t.t dell verlei may lx rnitda r urohIliKKruoefiilly *h'''de", air" ,\ rml. and ash triiyn on a aMiami
J3.200 f. o. b. Bradenton. The ter visitors for the last two years. Mrs E. E. r.iirney, Cor. with Ihn 'lenat pomilble (dtiluv. More which. are mountml between. the hiillnt-nljn on iul holli' 1.1.15. otth. roar seat, dome light
thun ;HO.OOO of i> foot ram, lurno door anti
the pooket
[ 750 crates of tOll Palm Beach-What is new t'ura already
consisted thoughtto heuillamp nnd I
Mr. Lesher is a textile manufac- have been built, for dealer nhnwrontn u t ni in potI' YI'" horn numy, other hln Car refinement urn
(MS. be the largest real estate deal turer and banker. The home will displays. und moro than that quantity J luudulu list beiinuth i have I I udjuatablu Ii n left heaillainn.hood port All tumlnrd now line. with various model In tile

consummated in Palm Beach for 4-II Club Meets
be located on Indian River drive a
'. Petersburg- More than $1,- several months has been completedwith adjoining that of Dr. and Mrs. A. The members of the 4-H Club

1000 was expended In St. Pet- the purchase by Harry Oakes, D. Murphy' brother-in-law and sister met In the library of the Lawtey -------

turg during the year ending De- gold mine owner of Niagara Falls of the Leshers. It will cost in high school Tuesday afternoon at 1 .
were: Mesdames J. W.
Iber 1 by the United States Ont., 'of two 100 foot lots on Bar- of o'clock with 46 members present. Andrews Bunk of Miami and
excess! $25000.Graceville Jr., and A, II. Jr. of Trust Co. with
lit The Hurley $100,000 capitaland
Guard Including Base No. ton avenue from the Via Beth- followingprogram was carried MILLER
] and esd out: Silent Starke and Mrs. Clifton Drown of $ OOOO surplus, opened for
located here, destroyer corporation for a consIdera- Government figures Song Night;
l'i that visited here for winter tion of 100000. Mr. Oakes may stating that Florida's cotton' Reading by Dorothy Doulware, Graham. KMen Illnrkwelilrr. ('.... bURln."s.

bet practice. build a new residence on the prop- "Iferry Xmas"i; reading by Lois Delray Beach Snow White
crop, according to 1931 gin reports Mr. and Mrs.
: George Norton, and Laundry bulng established here.
next Futch "In .Tudea"
erty year.FernandinaA amounted to 42,039 bales ; reading by Mr. and Mrs. Price Pukes arc
\\11\ Beach Indications that Louise Sapp "Ttfe'Xmas' Candle" son of Clncinattl Ohio are newcomers : Plant Clty-.A & P. Store will ,
show that Gracevllle ginned one- ; to I the proud parents of a baby girl move to Btilckland
La.wtey. building.
They expectto
"bigger and longer"Palm sweet potato of reading by. Mary Dicklns "Xmas
sixth of the entire crop of the build which arrived Dec. 0. Miami
In a short time. -- Superior Finance Co.
Jfh: season this winter predlctjy the Norton Yam Time" :Mildred ,
variety which ; reading by Sapp
state. The ginnings in Gracevllle Mr. and Jllr,.. Harley Cnrlton Inc.
Mr. and charter
Mrs. J. U. and two granted to In
Dye engage
observers 1 about to mater- 15 "Christmas"
IB weighed
pounds nas just ; reading by Hazel
this season totaled a few bales sons of arc the proud pnrpnts of a bnby finance business.WHITTLE'.
Ire Is already seen In the resort been to Fernandina for Kersey Santa Jacksonville were the
brought "Letting Alone"song
short of 7,000 bales. Last year the ; ucsts of her rrlrl. wlilrh arrived' Dec. 11
Ichhaa approximately twice the display by Amelia Island. Jake "0 Little Town of Bethle parents Mr. and
state produced less than 60,000 Mr. Sppnco Dicks In spending
Mrs. A. M. Clanchard
ber of winter homes Sunday.
already Ltzman said that hem.
negro, the
bales and 12,000 were ginned in Cornelius this week with hits rnn"mothp.r.Mrs. ,
lad as at this time last year. same hill with the big potato he Lesson on table setting directedby Edwards has returnedto
Graceville. Jackson Snllle Blnckwelder.
county ginned .
his home in .
Lnwtey after visit. :o
found Grace ti\
three other above the aver- 13,212 bales this year and Sana. Arwood ana Pauline Ben. ing friends Friends of Mrs. Lacy Brown will :
jrlando That a movement larer in size the of these ,. nett. The 4-H club and relatives In Tren
age : Rosa came next with 6. 3:5.: songs were be very Rind to know she Is recovering -
way to have Mrs. Edna Giles weighing four pounds. This potato Bung by the members, after which ton.Mr. rapidly.

Ler, representative of Orange Is on display in the law office,of Sanford-Another Indication of delicious refrlshmenta' of lemonadeand and Mrs. Trowbrldge of Illinois FrlemlH of Mrs. Rosa Brookn will
Inty In the lower house of the have arrived in Lawtey for the
Senator James B. Stewart. real estate activity In this section. home made cakes were served. winter be sorry to know she )III very .lok,

islature and the only woman I is noted in the announcement thru The teachers were Invited to be and hope she will noon recover.

(iiber of the general assembly I I :Miami-Miss Aphine Butch of the: Seminole County Chamber of: with the club at this time. Those Enoch A. A Grills and mother, Mrn Miss Film Blackwelder Is spend.lug g

|K the office of speaker pro-tern Miami the Florida Fat Girl is Commerce office that the Bayard serving were: Gulda Marie Thede, Grlffla with Mrs. Emily a while In Plant City with her
g made known here Dickerson spent last week In Horn.
recently known' as the "World's Fattest Realty company Sanford has sold Doris Burney, Grace Arwood Pau- sister, :Mrs. J. T. !{Ing.I .
Lady.' Aphine weighed two hun- a tract of land and a bungalow on line Bennett and Ruby Raulerson. asastia relatives. I S..rvlco11\ be hell at the Harmony -

Fort Pierce It's rather early dred at the age of three years,' the Sanford-Palola road near the Miscellaneous Shower for I\lrll. Miss Louise Thede spent Sat Free Will Haptlut Church next

| Easter Lilly blooms even In four hundred at the age of 12, and country club to Mr..and Mrs. John La&wr4"nce Inkln/t/ urday In Jacksonvlle. Saturday and Sun'Jny. Everybody

I rich, but they're blooming int even gained three pounds while Shakarlk of Augusta, Ga. Mr. The home of Mrs. G. W. Robertawas Among those attending the funeral Is Invited to come.

Pierce nevertheless. Culml- ill with whooping cough. At pres- Shakarlk has moved his family the scene of a pretty party of Mr. J. W. Andrews Hr., Mr. O. lj. Waters and Mr. L. FOR A PRIZE

I l f tog luce a successful experiment to ent she tips the' scales at 732 here and has begun development last Friday afternoon when Mesdames Mrs.Sunday at Starke were: Mr. and Clyatt made a business trlto; $1000.00 in cuh; prize and one thou
O. W.
earlier blooming J. W. pounds although she is only twenty I o their new home with the prosperous Roberta W. E. Torode, Ed Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Worthington Springs last Satur land other prizes are offered for uilI1rl. -
Kle: of this city has a number of W. E. Torode and L. II. Hill. ...
years old. The most remarkable appearance of this section Bennett and J. T, Moore were day. of skill with facklnife. Entries

II utiful flowers at his home andre thing about Alpine is that she has and the cordial hospitality of Its joint hostesses to a miscellaneous Mr. and Mrs. Lonnlo Futch of 1\1111"\ Iris Dicks spent! I last Saturday may' lie any kind of model figure or
buds coming on. Hampton were In Lawtey Satur ipeciul carving/ requiring, fkill. and ingenuity
no double chin despite her weight residents. shower for Mrs. Lawrence Dinkins.a night with her aunt, Mrs. i
made! entirely of wood and
recent bride. The guests arrivedat day.Mr. Florence Carlisle.
with no other tool than a jackknife:
W C. Wooten
I Herald takes DeLand-That a bigger and bet- 4 o'clock and I Mr. Raymond Dicks Sun
concrete pincushion for the best ter Stuart-Cats aren't the only were presented to were visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. J. spent Clot P" .....................1150fecond
Johnny J. Jones show would creatures that back. Jacob the bride who wore a becoming day with Mr. Eddie Carlisle.
ricultural story "The come Griffta In Starke Pill" *................S100
Nnl Sanford : soil rise from the ashes of the old organization Blakeslee recently waa mending frock of blue and white crepe with Friday.Mr. Mr. Walter Brook and Mr. Tom Third. Pile.................. 171fourth
and Mrs.
er Is so fertile the :which passed out of exIstence nets when he saw a large cotton- hat to match. Mrs. J. W. Andrews J. J. McLeod of Waters are attending court In Prli.................. ISO

ncob day In a fellow dropped his when its dissolution was mouth moccasin close at hand. He Jr., of Starke, sang two charming Melrose, were visiting friends. in Lake Butler this week. '11th PI,..................... Ill

Mid the sand. Before he brought about by court order .was grabbed a spear such as Is used in numbers accompanied on the pIano Lawtey Monday.Mr. -- And .1.! .> tlwr' ar* rfntr-fiv. f I 10 ptlwt And
pick It up It had sprouted the announcement made by J. 1. and Mrs. E. E. Burney were Winter Garden.Construction to JOO' cab .1 In JJiuun, 1000 >|HSCU|
fishing, transfixed the by Mrs. Clifton Brown of Gra- .JkNVC'
''J reptile
by the time visitors will he dlMrlbuwd k> eli wlrrnu4 i4c
he got It to his Murray. Murray Is president and shook It off into the water and ham. Little Patsy Roberts in a to Starke Saturday.Mr. start early In January on new road .b swu.i., and : uses receiving hormnbURwmiufl.
: he was eating roasting general of and Mrs. Clifton and little between this cH?and Orlando.! la uw tic* dupliuu pruu will ,b*
manager a newly organized chalked up snnke No.1. A-few frock of nllo green crepe asked the gjvfn.

company which it was I days later his father Charles brIde to go with her to the music daughter Marian of Graham, wore HollywoodImprovements to be All nil... ind ibniili. ol thli amtnt ut In tin

!Perry Th- said, will not only take the showon Blakeslee saw a snake at the same room to see what "Santa" had left. visiting Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown made to West Slda Community tone.n(Popular Mcclufllt-4 M,,,,,,,.e now on.l..
dry season has Sunday.Mr. House in Lincoln I'ark. hay ft copy at any rwwMMntl. or oniuule on* .!
"n favorable to the road again with the adventof spot and hit it with an oar. Shortly There arrayed on the tables In a tour blJ..,. You da$ not .....* In be i ngulu
turkey and Mrs. J. H. Moore have Fort PierceFirst solid carload
raising .
spring but will add to it nuttier.POPULAR
I farmers many after that Jacob again was at charming manner were presents of
as a rule have hatch- returned from a delightful vlult In of from
shrimp shipped 'here
recently -
and novel features.
his work of
more than In other net mending when he linen, chlnaware and glass. After Tennessee. MECHANICS
e years. They saw snake No. 3. lie killed it and viewing the presents the guests
prospering .
as the result 9- S Live Oak remodeled
e Market Fort Myers A new industry a post mortem showed spear markson were served with a delicious salad Penuacola MAGAZINE.

sigh to take seems to be active bas made Its bow in Fort Myers.It the side and recently healed course. Those from out of town dedicated. Highway No. 43 and equipped. Allrnar Theatre reopened. 100 fail GnOstic. lb.. Crl.CAOO. IlL
care of
aU ottered.t .
Is the Shades Manufac-
Tropical wound near the head. I /

turing and the is
company plant I -

. _,5. located east of the Coast Line railroad Clewiston-Two thousand men IIKI'OHT OP "('11001. KriVIIN. Illi 4DKUIIU COI/IVTV rest PIOIIIOII |.]M'I>(1 Jt'NI' .'Uv,.... ItUIt r 'n

tracks. The company manufactures had jobs here today and prospectswere The followlnir report of the rerolpt and diebursemente of the ,,( a porch shade made of that another 1,000 would be period endlnir June 10th. 131, with the balnricv and amount of warrants fiutmandlnv and a "tat.m nt of the
Florida red Is Resets and llabllltle .nd the value of county property of the jmld. flradfnrd county ... reported on the SAtin day
cypress. The plant employed before! the end of next June. UH: by the linard of ('....110 Inntrurllon. and the Hunt of Public Inntruellon I I. hereby published under
the only one of Its kind In the week. They went to work for the the proelvlon of chapter 6813, act of 116 Law of Florida KKNJCHT AMOs Comptroller.

South and the factory In __ _ .
only United States Sugar corporation S -' -5-- -S - -5S --. '

America making this particulartype which began cane grinding at its :/" Z: Ia.

of shade.TitusvilleThe. Clewiston mill. The harvest was I! -1!
-. S 11 1-
under way on the corporation's .5 .lilt.. a 'u :!-.
I- e'
unusual exper- 4,000 acre Everglades plantation. ; 5 S .of 3 >.. '. .... o1"nindit .. 51.<)

ience of Capt. George Quarterman The Clewiston mill has a capacityof 5 ,I 0 .. .. .'. II.. .! :"!! I: .. ..

of the Coast Guard In his first 4.00O tons of raw sugar dally .a., ,, II S ,fa3.. 10... o
; ; "E : "
;; ;; : ;
da/m hunt was related here by and production Is expected to .# ': I ,, ;; II f t .. ... ";' II;;; oS':i h _

;' ... ,. Guard.Kenneth He Brewer said of that the Captain Coast officials reach that have figure estimated soon. this Company year's I I. .jW: ;"og Q. A. .. ".s' ;::.t fi!: -"1' I.ii;: i! "". 11 11J.neraItthnoi 1"

} Quarterman went out and shot sugar output at 50,000,000 pounds.The O ... ... ; ,"- _... ,. .
-- --- - -- --- -
Quickly Bleaches once. bringing down the bag limit United States Sugar Corpora- ( ,_ _ _____________ 6442> __.. __h J.030.ft) __ -'_ Sf.1I37.7 Taosjss/ 4asse _._ _-_ _ 104.111. 1,6 !J.1I
of 15 ducks. One of the ducks was Ion recently purchased the old Special Tax Hchool DI.t. __________ 8.265,98 lU8.11t la.16 __ .._ 12.Sf8111 U.Ul31! 1111.81>> &.IU.IIt. __ __ ___ 8.UO.36 I.HU.80
Bond 1. & 54. _______-___________.:___30.810.0. _____ "_ _______ 18.000 5,505" II f.f17.IO __ ._ 1I.IIUII3 78.0/10 ..._ __ .... .. 11.91865
MUddy Skins only wounded and started to fly Southern Sugar company properties .. : -
Dell again and a second shot put him at a court sale.Cbattahoochee Totals _______________________17.322.. l.u7'$. 1.0U.n 78.000 113.911.16 S"fl9.30 701.i- :31.1 ., oT lOLOi .,540.2S: 51412.15S

It ordnarY! a arances vanish down '
fl15he.an4 defective A"r AoIIJ: 1.1 11I1.I'rnI ".1.. ., 11..001 Poprti .
are fo'1' features --- Wyatt Hard, 145,450CCRalanC. .
>tten Aesets PI' Cr. 1'10100..1 houu. and lole
Undtt the lure of the 6740 Tamiaml Trail journeyman locksmith from Texts e..h In .e".r.1 _____._________ ".6".11 $ei'anl lUI'nltu. - --- 15.16005
tcJUnc, beauty instantly ren'TI '. Uncolled"d t....drpo.IIO"r' ._______________________13.72a- 113 "rho,,' appairaluS .. --- 1.53)00 '
BeneAclat in tha Tamaiami Papaya Patch is traveling In a truck bearing his 8101. csIi In. depository. op.n. $. '1'. f------------ I.U511 ) .. Other aehool proPelif . a'al0'01)
correctinC1Iabb1neas. : now growing the papaya or tree workshop waa seriously Injured HaL cabin h. depository 'Io..d bank S. T. fl------- f.3'1I1.II. ..
freclues. wdnks, Uncollected tea. 0. D. 1)------------------.__._13.1176.8 :..
GOcmORIENT'4l melon so true to form that during Thursday morning when he leaped Bal. ..ash .n dep".ltorT fiend 1 0. _____________1I.1I88.S5 . 1
every month in the year papayas under a truck. seven miles east of Uncollected t.... Uon4 I .. s"t'!
Liablilake, ,.ntsr
may be shipped so many In a crate Marionna on the Spanish TraiL He Warrants Ouutandln. curr.aC .rn.ral __...___ Ilf ot ,,,'_ S .

the same M canteloupes and of wore no clothes. IlLS right leg bad Nole. olll.c.ndin.. general - __ .______________ 1'.351)/ln
__________ 4U.OIJO.II11
OutltfldIJ'S r.fuAdi5. stenerci
uniform shape color size and both bone broken and a large hole Ov.rdtafts outiaaiidln. .V.chol ta. dl.t. __ _..U'I.16I

....... ....... ....... I taste. This baa been accomplish la flesh. Hit head alto had a scalp I DODd. out.t.ndiio, 11054 I II. .II.C..__..- 7'.000.01

I ed by careful band poUeniztaff the wound possibly worse, and he had U....... 11"....... 1'otal _ __,U'.!"... '


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I Introduces Congressman'''Pension'R. A. Green Bill TRUCKING RELIEF SECTION FROM DROUGHT GETS erred Bet ter. g"odei tndeStott:eels

! ocietrjJ 1 + Do yow Know? + I Congressman-R.-A. Green today to 600(Continued In Sarasota from and page 400 In 1.Man)

Iff r t introduced a bill to provide allowances I atee. Cutting will start the mid-

for widows, children and I dle of the month at Sarasota where
papering of some is start. i lI
_.__ II..... dependents of deceased World War acreage
' '" 'tfr Veterans. It is similar to the bill ed and a few days later Sanford I? ptfP
should cut few
r i ll STUDY CLASS OF LADIES Vocal selections (a) "Until"Anderson which he Introduced on this subject a cars. I
a AUXILIARY MEETS ( ) ; (b) "All for you" lu the last congress, and pro- Green peas are moving from the
(Bertram Vrown-) -.John Powell, vides pension for unmarried wid- lake section from fall planted

{ sn I The mission study class of the accompanist, Miss Ethel Griffin. ows and orphans of veterans, regardless acreage. Moveme-t. will gradually

i , Ladles' Auxiliary of the Presby- The honoree was then ushered of the cause of the Veter increase. A large acreage Is being
i i
Sarah ans' death. It also provides pension planted following the fall bean
$ teraln church met Tuesday evening into the dining: room by
I Santa for dependent parents who are crop on land that is too cold for
with Mrs. E. M. Davis. Miss Mabel Barefoot, masquerading as
r'' '1' Weller gave the review of the Claus and was showered with many 65 years of age. Under the exist. winter beans. These peas will be

study chapter and led the discus lovely gifts from a prettily decorated ing law, widows and other doped- picked during January and February )

E r' sion. miniature Christmas tree. ents receive benefits provided the
Vl ''I h o "tV a / has I
,, A short business session was The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. i. M veteran dies from service connected There been no cold weather 3

I, f 1 held, followed with a social hour R. A.. New om, Mrs. O. C. White ; 1 dlasbillty. yet to retard the fall pepper acre
I J spent In sewing and conversation. and Mrs* P. M. Barefoot served a Congressman Green Friday held age In central Florida and harvest

4; At the close of the evening the salad ,course to the following a conference with General Lytle of this acreage continues. Peppersare t'l

1i ;t h 'hostess served refreshments. The guests, Mrs., Lloyd Green, Mrs. J. / Brown, chief board U. S. army engineers moving from all fall sections In l, '

, ; !" y, study class will meet again Tues M. Pitta, Mrs. Arch Green, Mrs. the subject of the confer- solid carlots. The winter acreage
t a, 1 1 ) i t, day evening with Miss Mabel Wel W H. Green, Mrs. G. D. Goodman, enc was the proposed canal across is about set In Broward and Palm

( ler. Mrs. G. H. Bennett, Mrs. P, M. I" North Florida. In 1927 Judge Beach counties.

Barefoot Mrs. Roy Edwards, Mrs. Green passed a bill authorizing the Berry' Acreage Reduced

MRS. J. II. LORD ENTERTAINS S.. F. Hamrick, Mrs. Mrs. Alice 'rI "' preliminary examination and survey Dry weather has reduced the
''t 7 v CIRCLE THREE OF Langford. Mrs. W. M. Mundy, Jr. # and in 1930, he passed anotherbill berry acreage in Florida even

' BAPTIST W. M. S. Mrs. ffi. C. Priest, Mrs. R. R. Pre- enlarging the powers and duties worse than that anticipated a few

'k'4 j vatt,. Mrs. J. B. Sapp, Mrs. G. C. -I 4 k-iwi 4-- of the army engineers In the weeks ago. Thee are about 7000
{ ;; i Mrs. J. H. Lord entertained White, Mrs. R. A., Thomas Mrs. matter At the conference he con- acres set In the state comparedwith

1'' .r4h members of Circle No. 3 of the Joe Edwards, Mrs; Isabel Brown, f w : tended that full authorly wall given 9100 acres last winter. While M.tJESTICCIIELTEN1t'00fl
Baptist W. M. S. with a spend-the- Mrs: A, M. Darby, Mrs. R. A. New- Ia the board for actual physlclal l sur- picking has started and movement

, 2 day party Monday at her home on som* Mra t.' D. Green, Mrs. D. C vey of any and all feasible routes Is ahead of 1931, due to warmer

( ;+ a, West Madison street. Klnlaw," Mrs. Meedle, Miss Pearl Il '' for the canal and that the board weather, the condition of the cropin Hepplewhlte design in much()

, 1 At noon a delicious pot luck Jordan, Miss Ethel' Griffin, Miss ,bad had ample time In whichto general Is poor and yields are walnut and Imported
) rl i lunch was served, after which the Marjorie Stump and Sarah Bare obtain all necessary information not expected to come up to last boXWOO
') e. 4' ladies spent a pleasant afternoon foot. through its preliminary examinations year's production.* The worst dam- lays. Majestic 9-tude suptrtJ

1, {") sewing. At 3:30: o'clock a short : At the conclusion of the ege from the drought has occur- dyne chassis with Twin Power!

?yll business( -session was held and plans conference General Brown advised red in the Starke-Lawtey area tectlon, Twin Pentode Out

p Ic' were made for the Christmas gift GREENWOOD Judge Green that the actual phyaclal where obly 60 per cent of last Spray-Shield tubes tone ..
7;'' I } T to be sent the society's orphan at Einmalyne Pringle, Cor. survey for the canal would year's acreage has been set. and Grand Opera Speaker
(,i Arcadia.. be instituted at once. This is a The fall crop of tomatoes Is be- i
lS' fF.. i Those enjoying Mrs. Lord's hospitality raag.a, 1:__ NfHttft S.._,hip great victory tor Judge Green and ing picked under favorable weather plet
J.;,? were: Mrs.) J. L. Sllcox: Mr. 'and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and for Florida, because if the boardof conditions in extreme south tubes - .. $$79ANDREA'S .!

f r 1 i, Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. G. P. Raymond daughter, Miss Pencie Sapp, were THAT this curious affair. that looks Ilk* a big bird cape'I.I a ship's army engineers makes a favorable Florida. Quality has been fair to

J,, V Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mrs. C. A.K shopping in Starke Saturday. -flnding device? Note the bund of wires. .running In the report after the actual phya- good and prices satisfactory. Move- STORE]

; Knight, Mrs. James Kite Mrs. R. Me. C. A. Pringle was transact plane of the ship's keel (left right) and other band running from side Iclal survey, then the Florida canal men will increase steadily. Starko, Florida
A. Newsom and Mrs. R. J. Davis. to lid. Think of them ss two reflectors and of the numerous land will be realized.Congressman .
ing business in Starke Saturday.
wireless stations as searchlights. The "reflectors" receive the "beams Green Friday introduced -
a MR. AND MRS. D. A. Mrs. H. O. Rivers and children I at different angles, thus making It possible to tell Just where the ship : bills for the commemoration -
were visiting: her daughter, Mrs. l I., with respect to known stations ashore. Routine commercial broadeitting .
l MONTIETH ENTERTAINMr. of Fort Drane and Fort Kingin
i'' Waldo Pringle Sunday.Mr. will serve a. "searchlights" or. one may .llIn.I,80m station
and Mrs. C. A. Pringle and to do a little broadcasting to help out; or on. may, "*. some of the Marion county, Florida. Under MODERN DRY
,+ and Mra. D. A., Montieth children, _were visiting his aunt, stations which broadcast twice daily for the. purpose )and continuously, the provisions of the bills, sites of CLEANING
Y I entertained friends and members Mrs Kate PrIngle of BrycevlIIe, during foggy weather.ROAD r I these historic' forts will be deededto

; of their bridge club Thursday evening ---.----- : the.government free ''of cost. The
Saturday night.Mr.
'- at their home. Kay and St. Clair Mosley I' government will erect and preserve Modern cleansing machinery, and a corps

,5 The rooms where the players enjoyed were visiting Mrs. J. D. Peele Suni I i BOARD TO Tax AllotmentOn suitable marker 'or monument. of skilled employees assures you the best

auction bridge were effectively I Each bill authorizes the appropriation in dry cleaning of the most delicate fab
c decorated In the Christmas day.Mr. of thousand dollars. These
C. A. and children, one
d r motif. After several Pringle I rics. Cheaply yet thoroughly, we do your
progressionsof were visiting her uncle, Mr. John bills are in compliance with the ,
the game it was found that Mrs. Griffis Sunday afternoon. FORCE ,RESPECT Area Basis conclusions reached by an Inspector garments in'a manner that assures once a
Sternberg and Mr. J. J. Truby were of the who
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellanwere war. department, customer always a customer.
I. ;3 high, while Mrs. Lamlra Murden visiting her parents, Mr. and visited these forts at the requestof ,

and Mr. F., F. Stump were low. Mrs. R, H. Futch Sunday.Mr. FORLOADLAWS Is taken Back Congressman Green. He pre- PHONE' 28

I :, Each were presented gifts. and Mrs. B. J. Bowden of dicts favorable action on these
The hostess served an ice course ullls at this session of congress.TAMPA'S .
to the guests who were: Mr. and Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Department' to Take Over Enforce- Apportionment Bused on Land,
Mrs. William Pringle Sunday. I STARKE DRY CLEANERSThe
ment Soon Say Chairman Water Areas Recalled
l 4II} f: Mrs. N. Sternberg, Dr. and Mrs. H. Mr. Kay and St. Clair Mosley at- BIG FAIR
i Bentley By Amos
B. McLendon, Mr. and Mrs. F. F.
tended prayer meting at Mr. Roy
l i''; Stump, Mr. and Mra. L. D. Vning.I Denmark's night. only dry cleaning plant in town
I Mrs. L.amlra Murden Mrs W., P. Enforcement of laws Intended to The comptroller's office Friday Tampa. Economic conditions
Randall of Jacksonville', Miss Map Mr. W. C. Johnson of Jacksonville protect state highways and bridges said it had recalled the recent apportionment -'have brought about crop diversification -

p 1r r bel Weller, Miss Ethel Griffin Dr. was visiting Mr. C. A. Pringle against overloads will be taken over af'gasoline tax: rev- in Manatee county where

L E. L. Biggs, Mr: J. J. Truby, and Sunday. I by the state road departmentearly enue made to counties! on the basis ; educational campaigns had failed,
t )dr. Owen Grlffln.t Mr. Britten Rosier and Orvts this month, it was announcedat of their areas and had substituteda I according to.J. 'H. Logan;county 1: .

t .',' .. .KIrkland were visiting Mr. Quincy, the road department; ,by Chairman disbursement,based on the agent, who has just completed a
Rosier Sunday.. Robert W. amount of. rural to select, ex-
MRS. LLOYD GREEN HONORED Bentley. money the' counties Inspection trip
WITH MISCELLANEOUS "For a long time the department spent on roads taken over I by the hibits for the annual county dis- SPECIAL SALEMen's

i,,, SHOWER MONDAY AFTERNOON I has desired to have I this enforce state... play at the South Florida Fair.,
GRAHAMMiss ment in Its hands, but not until The total amount 'of gasolinetax February 2 to 13.

Ellen Johnson, Cor. recently has the way been found," revenue paid to the counties Contrary to general reports that Watches, Ladies' Watches, Watch
? said Bentley. "Attorney' GeneralLandis remained the same, officials said the: 1931 winter yield would not be
Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs. Metal Straps for
Bracelets for Ladies
has pointed out that while be up to average In quality and ,
J. M\ Brownlee were'Joint hostesses although the amount going to eachcounty
i Y i Monday afternoon at the former's Miss- Leola Fogg of Brooker, the department has the right to Inspect was changed, somewhat. Quantity, Mr. Logan declares thatIt Men's Wrist Watches, Leather Bill Folds

i home at a miscellaneous shower 'spent the week-end here with her and weigh any truck or bus Approximately J700.000 was dis- will be a red letter year for Man
,, for Mrs. Lloyd Green, a recent parents. to determine the gross load, the tributed to the counties on the atee county. Farmers have adopted Ladies Leather Hand Bags, Silverware: ,

nil ; ,. bride, and the Circle No. 1 of the .'Mr. John Crews of Lake Butler, department :doe" not have .the basis of their populations and the diversified farming on a greater Salt and Pepper Sets, Toilet Sets, Notions
power of arrest, but that this l lock scale than ever before and as a result I
here allocation based on road '
tl ? Baptist W. M. S. and friends. was visiting Sunday. mileagewas
The lower floor of the home was ''Mr. Norman Thomas of Gainesville of authority can be overcome' by for tha I:3 same: aggregate have found many new sourcesof and Novelties.
was visiting here Sunday. securing cooperation from the amount. revenue.. The horticultural exhibit -
open ensulte and decorated in keep- t'. ,
t sheriffs of the several counties. always a big feature at the DEC. 12th
Miss Mattie Norman spent the BEGINNING SATURDAY
is), ng' with the Yuletide season, Payments according to county ,
) "We are plrchasing scales to be exposition, will In qualityany
I fChrlstmas greens, narcissi and week-end with her parents at Vanderbilt used I areas;'WIll .berdmade. 04 soon as surpass AND LASTS UNTIL:: ALL IS SOLD
ferns, were used to advantage. by our Inspectors, and these the attorney general's office rules I' of past years, Mr. Logan says.
There will be services at the men will be stationed at stwitgelc I Sweet potatoes, cane and meat
i Baptist
The circle held its meeting from i on what may taken Into consideration much
three to four o'clock and from four church Sunday morning at 11 points on the highways with ordersto "When;'computing coun- products are to be added. halt,vehicles suspected of overloads long list of products that are customarily
o'clock Rev. of
to five-thirty, Mrs. Green was hon by Taylor Hamp ty _areas. Tha.recent; apportionment
: ored. A word contest was held ton. Everyone Is Invited tov at and proceed to weigh them. >hlch was recalled was based displayed and are to be Some Valuable, Prizes Every Day
I ( A
deputy sheriff will be .
tend. entered In the South Florida Fair '
and'' Mrs. Edwards
Roy received which -
OB figure Included both land
a lovely bouquet of narcissi for Misses Mildred Broughtori and with each inspector: and he will and, water:,area j; and gave coastal competitions for the first time. '.
have the power to arrest request < excursion rates from 15 REX JEWELRY CO.
forming the most words out of the Martha Dryden were in Starke Sat. upon counties a.distinct advantage over I Special
inspector. southeastern states within a radiusof
pf letters "Inez Greeno"Reading'S urday nightCONSTRUCTIVE Inland counties, making Monroe.
r (a) "Preacher Preferred I "Certain of the motor truck the largest county (in the state. I 1300 miles of Tampa, have been Sarke, Florida
of the state either
thru established by the Southeastern
Spot Cash";; (b) "Snowball" : EXPENDITURES : The .1931 'gasoline tax law provided -'
disregard of the law o. lack of Passenger Association to serve visitors -
Alias Marjorie Stump. SIIOUD BE SOUGHT for payment; of. revenue
r'y knowledge, are grossly overloading! to the South Florida Fair
from 3.
cents of the tax to Florida's
t -
their vehicles, to the detriment ol and Gasparllla Carnival accordingto
We fought, or said we fought, a 67 counties; ,one cent based
our highways and in disregard ,ol a special tariff Just Issued from
OVER war to end war.: We have made i the safety of life and property. I on'area, one on population and one the office of C. B..Rhodes agent,
WORkst: on expenditures: for roads made
I anti-watertreatles that cover the a
am of the belief that arrest and Atlanta, Ga.Tickets .
NERVES globe. But as long as we' pour prosecution of these violators will part of the state,highway system. on all railroads embracedIn

money Into competitive armamentwe i result to the good of all concerned. While the law was being testedIn the specified 'territory which
admit that war Is always imminent the courts,.revenue from three A MAN'S PLACE IN THE
.1.1a There are many of the truck. operators reaches as far: north as Washing
of I cents .of the ttx .accumulated. In
; we make a travesty our ,
who' keep within the law ton, D<0:and points In Illinois and
the state '
treasuryt The
high-sounding treaties. We keep and all others should do so. appor- west to Arkansas and MississippiwilL
fear alive wo pile taxes on taxes, tionments made'recently; were from
"The law allows a gross"weight be placed on sale January 30. WORLDThere
and the money that should,go to July* August? September;,, and"Odlober
(vehicle and load) of 18,000 The' return trip may be made atany.Urn'within
make life easier for man. colle 1 UqniLrfTne, money Is:
every pounds for trucks other than certificated ;; a 26 day period '
woman, and Child goes Into paid oveq to S&tl.Treasurer W.'V. world-
C potential carriers. The certificated W'eJtan : with atoP overa permissible at; all two kinds of In this
Knot efd".bda9tyh'trees.; are energy
Instruments for the de- carriers licensed the This the- reduced '
are by railroad points. ?L ,is only I'
structlorfof life. You and I, as individuals commission under certain regulations urer 'tfr-TKfadmintstered' for the rate tariff offered by the railroadsto energy which comes of' motion and energy which>
? ; counties by,Jnvhtate board of ad-
: to use our to
try money
a ''li J, and the commission may Florida during the entire winter so
r build up, not to tear down. Surelywe allow them a total gross 'weight ministration First! use of the season.. The round trip rate win belongs to position. _In youth every man can

I 'ought to demand of government per unit (vehicle and load) of not funds' wilt tee retirement. of, county approximate one and one-half a sub
standards at least as high as to exceed 24,000 pounds subject, bonded Indebtedness. single fare.., direct his activity that he will have attained

we hold for ourselves.A however, to the physical capacity stantial position during his prime of life. The sole
4i t Battleship Coats of the road to carry such load. Hymn-Hark-the: Herald Angels MORATORIUM OUGHT =

Have you ever thought of the "The people of Florida have Invested Sing. requirement Is that he'shall not waste energy-
T' more than a quarter of a Solo ..i. Star of the East '
cost for example, of a battleship Florida's senators and congressmen of his
XJP TO 'year en la work- There is the Initial cost of some billion dollars in roads and bridges, (Coombs=-Mr*,''R, J. Davis. In Washington will work fora nor throw away Its results. The product

.n very' nerve at high tension. 40000000. There la the cost; of and this great Investment; should i Hymn-Angela from the Realms moratorium on repayment of saved that he
Ho wonder you snap at the wife some $2.000,000 annually to keep have protection, and the* state road of Glory. federal farm loans Nathan :Mayo, youthful l surplus energy should be

IK and bark at the Overworked the ship in commission. Enormous department Is glad to, undertakeits < Quartett .Christmas Song state comm laloner'of agriculture, him to position-
Watch outl may possess means to help
sums are spent In overhauling andmodernizing protection and will act Impar- (Adam). said last week at Tallahassee

nerves..... Nervous may lead Headache to Sle,.Nervous pl..'.. paits. At the end of tially and with vigor.. Hymn. O Little Town of Bethlehem Mayo said he had received as- Save part of your earnings to make the foundation

,; Indigestion and a host of twenty-five years the ship is i surance from Senators Fletcher
either unpleasant dUtarbaneesb scrapped. If you add all these SUNDAY EVENING Duet-He Shall Feed His Flock and Trammell and CongressmenOwen of your fortune. Save regularly. We will protect
{ Why donH' interest at SERVICE BAPTIST CHURCH (Barker)-Mrs., R. J. Davis and
: :you try Dr. Milesf sum compound Yon, and Green that they
,.+T Eirerrmeeat Nervine Tablets' 5 per cent it will be' found that Prelude. John Powell. ", : would support such legislation and .your,savings and help you make them grow

ry, Just; one In a half gloss of every battleship costs the'nation Processional Hymn-Oh, ,Come ,.-.ADtheJD-oHarkt;: Hark. My Soul. would Introduce It if necessary.
i water wakes a pleasant, spark All Ye Faithful. (Shelly. .... -
; ...- e drink during the course of its life a minImum Their letter, Mayo said, were in
d to this evw-taxed delightfully, soothta* of $2 QOOOooo. It .'Would Invocation. Recessional Hymn' -Joy to the reply to one he sent them recently

n i Dr. lines' nerves.-Nervine U now be foolish to say that such a sum Hymn-It Came Upon the Midnight World. a urging that ,the federal government

# ..d. In two forms-Liquid and la a dead loss. In building the Clear. Benediction.* "be as considerate of the .
i'' ',r Effervescent!: Tablet. Both bar ship afforded work for hundreds of Anthem-Glory Eternal GloryConcone. The choir Is* composed of: Soprano American people as it is of foreign STARKEAN
-r the same soothing effect. men. It supported a large crew Mrs R.i J. Davis.; Mrs..J. governments." The BANK of
$1.00 at yo.. drag *torNERVINE during the years of Its life. But Scripture reading. Du'Doyle.'Mrssl ;Eunice..Perkins' _, Mayo said be suggested that

on the other band, ,think what i Hymn-While Sbepherda, Watch- Cleo Bhepardv.M elba.. and ,'fbelma Congress authorize federal,'farm
t' fit. R """llES' benefit ,that. Itaaoney" would have i v ..; SIIcox; -Alto*, Mrs. George C.. loan banks'postpone collection HONOR ROLL BANKE.

,n /l/Ul/t! e!>alzCOOU ? given had it been used constructively ed.Solo, Christmas, (Shelly) -' Mrs. White and Miss Lena'Bene Shepard -'of loons,to> farmers whose homes t Cashief
-for schools. .and. colleges, J. D. Doyle. ; Tenor John Powell Basses, would be lost through; foreclosure Matthews: Prea.; & J. Davis

y'' i for factories and larma,'.for the: Offertory.AnthemTheo. A. Ov" Andreu Owen Griffin :J. F. If they' were required to pay the

r", ",, "'T development of waterways, for re-' We. Adore (,Lo- Klckliter and L. 0. Powell; Accom- loans when due. '
forestation scientific,r... rena), < panist. Mies Ethel Griffin. .


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'" l'1 Heilbronn SpringsThelma TIIERESSA St. Leo New Catholic church
at Polish Settlement- dedicated.
of ( Ithoden Cor.) Bird. A. L., SulUvun Cor. Orlando Plans being discussed r
to establish central
market here to
handles produce.
Mr. Russell Greene and Misses Mr. and Mrs. D.'W Moore were
Lois. ROSA and Edith Moore attended shopping in Jacksonville k 1 -=
NeWE Tuesday b I
I IDeal B. Y. P. U. at Corinth Sun- of last week. I 1L .

day night. Mr. Howard Moore of the U. of
Miss Susie Wells spent Saturday F., spent the week-end with his
Concerning Our People, Buine*. and night and Sunday with Mrs. An- parents here. FLORIDATHEATRE

progress of thm County and Town. nie Sanders. Mrs. Viola Humphrey of Jack '

Mr. J. H. Walnwright was a sonville, visited' her sister, Mrs. R. _
business visitor to Starke Monday M. Hersey Sunday. : \
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ties, Q Q eeeOcQOOO afternoon. Mr. C. Sullivan visited his sister vI GAINESVILLE, FLA.
L. Frazee were Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, Mrs. J. M. Miss Lola Moore spent Saturday Mrs. J. P. Summers of Providence

and Mrl. J. Tuesday.'r Brownlee and Miss Martha Brown- night with Miss Anita Wainwright. Tuesday. i I \\l --- . - --
''ioj.. ;1'1 In Jacksonville lee motored to Gainesville Sunday Mr. Cornelius Moore was visitIng Mr. and Mrs. D."W. Moore were I
-- attended court afternoon.A Miss Millie Judd Sunday eve- visiting friends and relatives In Program Week Dec. 17

oj L H. Knight Monday., nlnsr. Starke Sunday afternoon.'

. een Cove Springs doll and automobile given Miss Junnita Williams spent Saturday Rev. and Mrs D. L. Phillips,

i Haynes were away this Saturday night at Stern- night with Miss Bertie Mae Miss Debbie and Simeon Phillipsof Today"STREET

; hiJackOson vil Thursday. berg'. Ward. Lawtey attended prayer meet-
r \ Mrs. Sallie Williams and daugh- Ing at Hope church Saturday night. SCENE"With

E. Knight was a profes- Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cole Katie ter, Juanita. were business! visitorsto Miss Mildred Phillips spent' the .l i .. .. *
D. R
Starke .
L Saturday morning.Mr. week-end .
Tuesrfeur44II visiting relatives in Lawley.
I vl ltor in Macclenny and Virginia Fugate spent Sundayin and Mrs. G. L. Sapp, Mr. and .., Sylvia Sidney a
Wllliaton with Mr.
Mrs. J.
L G. White. Mrs. W. E. Sapp and mother, were Mrs;' C. Sullivan was out of
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wain- school three'days last week on account fI Wm. Collier, Jr.
of shoos
a. new Sternberg'pair Mrs. D., 'A. Montieth and little wright Sunday. of Illness,in her home. The I .ti 7 r' tr -
'rl8tmu8 ut Miss Willie Mae Newsom gave a vacancy In 'the 'school was filled ,
daughter Margaret and Mrs. La- ,
party at her house Saturday
night.A ,
by Miss Lois Galneyjof
mlra Murden Brooker.
ana"Mrs. N. B. Lovell spenteek spent Wednesday in
large crowd attended, and all
i Mr.'
Jacksonville. ,iR. M.Ursey; and familyeft ta
[' -nd in Jacksonville with reported a nice time.. Tuesday'for}pJant' Cltye,where A a Ronald Colrnan

SvcsKT| Men's fancy sox make good gifts Mr. Owen Carter and Miss Pearl they expect to make their home, In "
-- Gibbs were united in "
25o$ and GOo marriage Mr, WUllfl Swindell la visiting "The
--only at
of Sternberg's.Mrs. Unholy Garden'with
d and Mrs. Frank I Monday night by Rev. C. C. Crosby.We relatives in Plant.City.
Ipsville, were visitors in Starke all wish them a long and hap-
Mr. and Mrs.'
d C. A. Knight, Mrs. T. J. W. A. Jones and Madge Evans
married life.
Tnesilay. Griffin and Miss Lena Belle Shepard py Herbert Cloyersettle visited rela-
Messrs. Clarence and Cornelius tives in :
Hampton Sunday.
spent Saturday in Jackson, :1
L. D. Green and Mrs. Nel- Moore were visiting Misses Juan- Mr. and \
vW i Mrs. S. E. Triest visited Monday & Tuesday
] Green spent Wednesday In ita and Mildred Sanders Friday relatives here Sunday. 1 e ANahnsatS.f.tyCo..ri ;

lesvllle.t. night. Mr. J., Cartensen Tallulah
was a business Q liankhead
Dr. and Mrs. I
H. B. McLendonand Mr.
Morgan and Miss visitor to Jacksonville last week.
I. 0 L. Haynes and daughter, Mrs. E. S. Matthews spent Gladys Parmenter motored over to In
Catherine were in Waldo Saturday afternoon in Jackson- the state farm Sunday afternoon. : "THE CHEAT"Adilml
gta ville. I C / C".rflll Rail,,,,,,,
Mr. Buck Starling was visiting METHODIST. Dalll
neaday. __ _
Miss Lois Judd Sunday afternoon. .:.:..:...:.... l Charley Chase

In. W. Alderman and Mrs.tge Mr. and Mrs. Frank Primmer, Mrs. Emma Woodles was visiting Thou shalt call His name Jesus; ('.omedy r
C. White spent Friday In Mrs. Myrtle Priest and Supt. A.. J. Miss Ida Sweat Saturday night. for he shall saveHla, people from CARD OF THANKS I .
Grlffis spent Wednesday in Talla Mr. Will Conway and Misses An- their sins. Compiled by Starke Branch, U. -
bonvllleMember hassee. nie Sanders and Susie Wells all "For unto you is born this day in S. Forestry Department. We wish to thank our many WednesdayI1'ifmieLighlner
the of For week ending Dec.- 15, 1931. friends for their kind expressions
the specials at the J. motored to Hampton Sunday af city David a saviour, whichIs '
Gifts of all kind at Sternberg's.Mrs. ternoon. Christ' the Lord. Date Max. JUIn. Prcclp. of sympathy and for the'floral of-
Store still prevail.r. I . Dec. 0 81 fei'Ings during the illness and death
I Misses :Mildred and Geneva Sanders "Beloved. If Cod'o loved'us, we 63 In
.and Mrs. R. F. Demorest andj. E. S. Matthews returned end Louise Thomas attendedB. also ought to love one another. Lo, Dec. 10 80 66 of our loved one.
C. Robinson spent Monday Friday from Jacksonville after Y., P. TJji Sunday'night at Cor- I am with you alway even unto the Dec. 11 84 62 The Andrews family. "SIDE SiI011"Thursday
spending several days with Mrs. A. end of the world." Dec. 12 83 63 i *
Jacksonville. Inth.Mrs. )ec. 13 83 63 Avon Park-New Baptists Sunday +
M. Richard. Sallie Williams was visiting Let our services Sunday morningand
r. Ray Colley left Wednesday her sister, Mrs. Ida Sweat-Saturday evening be,qdr answer to God's Dec. 14 85 62 T. school building dedicated. & Friday .

Jacksonville where he has aced Mrs. G.E. Moore and children night and Sunday afternoon. call to worship Let everyone be at Dec. 15 60 55 .. - '-- Spwliil( Christmas Program/ w'
a position. returned to Tampa Sunday after Misses Annie Sanders and Susie his best -choir, preacher, hearers No rainfall for. week.
spending several days at the.'home Wells spent Sunday with Mrs. Sallie and all who prayat home, Lena b Norma Shearer ; '

bra, T. J. Griffin and Miss An- of Mrs.-A W. Redgrave.. Williams. than our best of everything we do Mr. and Births : UK. 1C. W. MARTIN Robert
visitors in Jack- Mr. R. Porter from Jacksonvillewas and possess Is not acceptable to Mra. Eddie Green ; Montgomery
Darby were DENTISTI'hono
( ,
Starke daughter, Dec. 6th.
Mrs. Herman Krause hes visiting friends Sunday.. God. ..o' 1 In"PRIVATE
j\Ue! Wednesday. returned -
to her home in Tampa after Mrs. Bennett Wilkinson is ,very Let everyone bring: his, offering' Mr. apd Mra.. S. W. Whitehead l 83 Hours 0 to (5 3

ir. and Mrs. D. I. Harward left spending several days here wither ill.' We all wish her a speedy re to church Sunday. Christmas affords Starke Mr. ;and daughter Mrs., Dec.J. H.11th.McNeil Over Corpcnlng'a Drug" Store LIVES"v

fin-day for Miami, where he has h aunt, Mrs.:: O. J. Griffin. covery. us an excellent chance to: Brooker, son, Dec. 12th. v
The make an offering that counts.
pted a position. general public is invited to :
Men's hats $1 to *5 at Stern- attend the box: be held What shall I do to prove my love Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Grlfls

\its\ 25o up at Sternberg's. berg's. at the Heilbronn Springs school to God for the gift of bis Son? Starke Mr. ,and son'Mrs Dec.. 13th.C. B. Hayes, Phone STEAM PRESSING CO. Suits ;
house on Wednesday night Dec. 23 We are glad that our lot has been .
52 J. Frank Thoman Cleaned & .
at 7:30 o'clock cast with our :ij/rlenda here in Starke daughter Dec. 14th. Prop.
Lira J. L. Simmons and Mrs. T. Mrs. given by the wom- '
JKendrlck spent Wednesday af- Mary H. L.and Brownlee Madge, and motored daughters to an's and girls 4-H club. In the Starke, for another year.' Don't Brooker Mr. and, daughter Mrs. Royce Dec. 15th.Galney, FELT IIi1TS Cleaned and mmked. Reshaped ,1

n In Jacksonville. spent early part of the evening there will forget our services Sunday. __ .
be followed Sunday school *1fta. m." -
the day with Mrs. M. C. Stith. games by the auction "* :
W. L. Wall Mrs. J. E. Wll of the boxes and a cake-walk free. Morning worship,',11 a. m.. ,-- ...------------P..
land Mrs. C. T. Dutton spent 'Mrl .. J. H. Ritch, Mrs. E. K. Refreshments will be served. r Epworth League, 7:00 p. m. f

lay In Jacksonville. and Ferryman Miss ,Harriet.' Mrs. Herbert Ritch were Durden visitors Misses Hazel Middleton, Hazel Good Evening music.sermon We 7:30.welcome one SPECIALS Fri. & Sat. Dec. 18 & 19 Urn ChristmasGrocery
and all to
Mrs. R. V. Turner, Mrs. M. Levl- /Jacksonville. Thursday. Adkins, ,Roslyn Jacobs and Alice our services particularlyour ,
and Miss Lolselle Turner spent Fernandez young people.,
of'the F. S. W. C. at
esday in Jacksonville. ,Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hall and little Tallahassee are expected home

daughter, of Gainesville, were Friday,and will spend the holidaysin Panama City... Messrs. George TIP TOP
Mr, C. H. McNulty and Mr. John guests Sunday of Mrs. Hall's par their respective homes. Forleades and George Kaslaa pur-
eke of Melbourne spent sev- ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Thomas.Do chased Mosley Cafe.
I days In Starke this week. Mr., and Mrs. S. T. Dell of Miami Beach-Mayflower, 1702
your Xmas shopping where GalnesvUta were visitors in Starke Alton road, opened recently. LOCATION BETWEEN BANK AND POST OFFICE

II kinds of toys at Sternberg's. the prices are right at the J. & R. Thursday, Pensacola New Jewish Temple Ilowell Nasworthy Owner and Operator

Store next to postoffice., Beth-El dedicated.
Vs''E. M. Johns, Mrs. N. T. WISHING YOU A
SANTA CLAUS LETTERS Fruitland Park J. P. Parks
Icb and Mr. Charlie Johns were Mrs. A. C. Durden and Mrs. C. I took over Park Inn ''t.

|!tare> in Jacksonville Monday. C. Hoppe of Tampa, have returnedto Sampson City, Fla., Dec.' 13.. Fort Pierce-utOtvpical Fruit Co., MERRY XMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR {
their home in Tampa after a Dear Santa: of West Palm, leased building here

Ir. and Mrs. Ed Chapman from visit here with Mrs. O. L. Beasley. I am writing to tell you what I and will shortly J install complete - ------ ---- ----- - -- ___ ___.____ .__ n__ _ _ _ h ___. __ _

|a Dunham Syracuse,on N.their Y., visited way south.Rev. Mrs.,. 'C. T., Dutton returned to want please for Xmas.bring me Santa a wagon, I want large you I citrus- fruit. packing" plant. SUGAR 1 The Best White IRISH POTATOES

Tuesday to her home in St. Peters- enough so I can haul wood in It, .
aul! Knight attended the Kappa b urg'after spending several weeksat and a football and mouth harp and 10 Ik 46c Bacon Ib9c lOlbs.l -1 Sc r

I In Gainesville banquet at Thursday the Thomas HoI the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L.WaiL' bananas and oranges, a baseball CENT A WORD' ,
and Just one sucker.

From your friend, Maxwell House Coffee 25e
t the J. & R. store -
you can Take a peep In at Sternberg's Little Mister McKinney. ,COLUMN

*more visit goods for less money. before going to Jacksonville. P, S. Santa, I am five years old. BabyLima With 1.2 pt. Salad Dress __ .n_ _ _. ISc
our store Beans L
and be Con.ced. may save you a trip.' .. i WANTED Standard typewriter, LaTouralne Coffee _ _ _. _ __ _ __ 25c s
Frostproof- Mrr and Mrs. Homer in good condition and cheap for
MillS Mona Alderman of the Arflack took over Arcade Cafe. '
F. cash. Address this office. 1.
1fr. and Mrs. E. U Tanner of S. W. C. at Tallahassee is expected 51bs.25c I Proctor & Gamble SOAP, 12 for __ _____ _._ 2Sc
!ika .
were the
week-end ------------
guests home to
Friday spend the holidays
Mr and Mrs. N. D. Bumgarner with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. CORNED) BEEF, can ..u ______ _.__ ___ ___ 15c l

Mrs -Anderson W. Alderman., Always theMost Great NorthernBeans51bs.20c
spent Law- Ruler's PORK & BEANS, can ____ _____ 5c
Sunday with her parr The Woman's Missionary Society

k Mr! and Mrs. W. J, Epper- ,of the Methodist church will hold 1-2 lb. can Herahey's COCOA ____ ..____ ISc
a business and study meeting next

1lrs.- Monday afternoon, at three o'clockat
L. E. Dowling and Mrs. the church. SALT or MATCHES, 2 for ____ nO' .____ 5c
e Jones of Jacksonville

eaday,with. Mrs. W. E. Middle'spent Buy her a pair of Onyx hoae at LARD21bs. Best Grade Best Grade

8ternbergri! ,' we have a good quality .
at 8 c.The 'tis Brings, \Toy 1"0lite' ____,_ 15c BUTTER CHEESE, lj

8 lb. Pail .-.__._ ___ 6Se
Intermediate Epworth Whole :
League'gave-a welner roast Friday 45 lb. Pall .,____ $3.25 Pound30c Pound17c
Big Minstrel evening at the home of Andrew C. "TTES. Indeed,, Santa Claus I. right Aladdin

Taylor Fourteen young people at / *Y**,nothing doe make adds the ideal Christmas Gift, for 10c Can BLACK PEPPER ______ _____ 4e;
more to the comfort and b pplnew We Grind It, PureCOFFEE
were present at this at-
of the
than aplenty of food white I
air. light. Aladdin supplies it too in abundance Sweet Juicy New Crop
SHOWAt night after night without odor moke, noise< or
Mr. and ,Mrs., George Whisnantand trouble and no danger whatever. Put one or I ORANGES s.
more Aladdin In home, PRUNES
Mr. and Mrs. your or In the homes of
Earl Whisnantof
friend and
relative this Christmas to be an
Columbia N- C., are expected ever pleating reminder of your thoughtfulness 21bs.25c 2doz.15c rn.
Club Friday and will; the guests of Mr. f" Surely nothing could contribute more to the
and :Mrs. F. F. Flume during the : i. pleasure of life than this light-the nearest of
BuildingFriday holidays. ...' ''t.. '. all to itmlight. Banish the old kerosene
.. ': lamp
Mi. 2 Can
i!: from home forever t
.' your by equipping it with Grits Meal
Next Be ,... ,.i......: Aladdin*throughout. It'*an investment too, for or
Sternberg's at 8:30 p. m. ...............
NightDecember the AJaddin I I.
Saturday a doll and auto given *o much more economical that It Teethe Weenie 3 Ib.
free.Friends. eves Its cot: over the old lamp m oil used In a 10k. 19cRice,51bs.18c can
way -
few _.
month* tl Com 'today and see ODe
lighted-you'll be delighted we're lure.
18 of Mrs. H. C. Wall, who Beautiful Shades Peas15c CRISCO 59c
Bum1 - -
been III in St. Vincent's hospital ,
8* tlw of llMWquiit
PrI8fI Children 25o: for the past few weeks, will .C---= ton* Aladdin F'1'
be glad to know that she Is doing -tb eIlf'U plMM and tallbl you.Andrews9 tmpa..4
sr pre.
Best GradeBUTTER
goodirection Best GradeCHEESE
nicely, and will be able to return No. 21.2 Can

Under of' R." P'eIl10 .. home fijnday. 11 11yj
rest Pineapple
tit Cf aDct for the ben.. Oar' 20 percent sale Is going
the WoLo1'l '. Club. GOd. Watcbn* chains for nasal
ladle wateb .,-Jew lry; 'DovelU-, I '
Dsors open 7:30 p. m. notion.. Never again win prteee Store, Exclusive Dealers 15c ]Pound17c Pound30c ?

be M low aa they are today at Rex .
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: ) EJ 1 : 1 t FARM NEWS SECTION Weekly HINTS from TO-Home HOUSEWIVES Demonstration with A vital hip-pocket facts about volume baby crammed chicks, \\UtJF"The Voice FAlt31 of ._

l ,!ti S TI.I Do You Know? + I Specialist, TallahasseeIVoim their care, feeding and management -

', f, r.:! ,4 ; I I -haa just appeared from the Tune'the radlo to
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"; ,, I tt" : ," t'1 -- Conducted By : press and Is ready for distribution.It each day next week antla
, ". 'II. I" : 1 Filling for Cuke Is the Purina Hip Pocket Poul- hear talks ab;ut'ortr'

, 'I A'';; ,:: \\b';; : f 3k'" \\1' I. T. DYER County Agent ..;:::!:.._..__ : :' .:..-.._.:...........:. =....-...... _._.. ; Use 3 cupfuls granulated sugar, try Manual, offering the busy own- problems. The- "" (
; ; rEAKL JORDAN Home Demonstration Agent 1 cupful boiling water, the whitesof er of poultry little helps and hints .win be brow"J": / !S
liiimh r MISS ,
, 1 !l.t :j ;.1 3 eggs 1 cupful chopped rais- which mean BO much. eastern stanaaf( 'lei Ir.U
'I \\1,' ;.U I Ins, 1 cupful chopped pecans, 1-2 In addition to the many pages Fiona( AT,_ '?,I.':U

MORE LIVESTOCK Club Girl SetaGarden cupful citron, 1-2 cupful candied devoted to baby chicks a simple, Service. alias
cherries cut fine, and 2 tablespoon- concise, and well-organized plan of The progr ?
f A !.I GROWN' IN UNITED Example fula lemon Juice. Dissolve the poultry-keeping la given, treatingall Sat. D., ?

4e ; STATES LAST YEAR 'Worth Following sugar In the water and boil without phases of the work from the News and Hir 11

sN3 ; stirring until the syrup will thread care of newly-hatched chicks thru ence Snapjho peat'

{ Livestock production In the (By SpudafJohnson) ,. from a spoon. Beat the egg whites feeding, watering, diseases preven- Won\ Dee ::1 i ,?
tl United States Increased slightly Hard times may come knockingat well and pour this upon them, tion and control, to that climax of stock ta.rmln'llJ, f h

last year, according to the outlook the door, but they will find the beating constantly while pouring. all poultry raising-egg productionand Shcely Farm r:, v"a W,
1' Bass family in Okaloosa county I II II Beat until the icing !is cold, adJ : the maintaining of it over a ington. an

Agricultural well fortified and unafraid. For y' fruit and nuts, and spread on; the I long 'perlod without detriment to Tues, E?: ,t The
Hog numbers on farms and supplies Ottle Lee Bass, a 4-H club girl, has S 5, I cake. the hens. Clean-up for .true \ g.
v Ar r ;i ds
' in storage in the United just raised nearly two tons of vege- 5 Nut Cookies The causes of diseases, symp- Watson. 1

e i f a 6 t ,r States are larger thnn a year ago, tables in a year, one-twentieth acre Take 1 cupful sugar, 2 eggs, 2 toms, cures and control make up a Wed.. Dec :x3 ,Onion,
f11 but smaller than the average for garden in a year, and she has can- cupfuls: flour, 2 cupfuls of a mix- chapter of value. The story Is told ford counties gr rv":

b D the last five years. Demand weakened ned enough to carry the family ture of raisins, currants, dates and in words and pictures, written L. T. Dyer. A Rea) 4.M '

; k during the year! but low feed through the winter. nuts, 2-3 teaspoonful soda, 1-2 teaspoonful from a scientific background in the ria Club. Boy" s -.I.e
) Nearly two tons of vegetables nutmeg. I teaspoonful language of the poultryman. Copies I tlve Association

expansion on one-twentieth acre! Can you nutmeg, 1 teaspoonful salt, 1 cupful can be obtained, without charge Thurs., De

1 I ti ; kets In the South will depend imagine that? The exact amount butter, 3-3 cupful milk, 2 cup- I at Bradford County. Farmers Sup- FrI. Dec i: ; ,f v Q

large extent on maintaining the was 3.848 pounds Too bad she W'r. "? S y ,, ud r fuls uncooked oatmeal, I tablespoonful ply company program.
present production. Regardless of didn't get the other 152: pounds'l' f tS' cinnamon, and 1-4 teaspoonful -- .

+' the outlook, adequate production and it two tons even. ::: ; ground cloves. St. Augu-stlT Mr tyt
k to 4 f' ; for the home use Is recommended. grew .38 different vegetables in Cream butter and sugar, and ZIFF Arthur McQu; j,cad

; The demand for fluid milk In that one-twentieth acre plot In add well beaten eggs. Add spices, Profit Drug v. ,

Florida is being adequately sup ..peaking of her accomplishment. salt, fruit and nuts to the flour and LuTe Mae Lewis, Cor. by J. Gale Tr

( rt plied. Production has advanced to Miss BaSillaid: oatmeal, and mix with the batter. Plant City .e orops
d "The mod of the garden was devoted Ing made In ,
{ M from butteredtins d
Drop a teaspoon on
Mrs. L. W. Sowell of
r 1 11 Mlcanopy,
tllr. while Cocoa
1 I to staple production, I and bake In ,a hot oven until and Miss Mary Mott of Brooker, Locn' 30(
creameries, and the like may succeed small areas were planted to many I I crips and brown. : Power & Light f'r mrvcdtos:
were in our section :Monday
P in Florida fa.m sections were new vegetables I had never grown I \St Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
a steady abundance of cheap milk before. The vegetables were serv- 'T.14; 'V:9Br' .wV <:Cbia?'M6Pkaena Mix together and sift cupful Reynolds Lake Ellen, few mile Oval|
I ,k' w can be produced from cheap, home ed on our table and were liked exceedingly I I ____ mn____. each of cornmeal, graham, or rye and children of Graham, spent Sun- Pinellas Par) W SIir
here with Mrs.
1 feed. There has never been well by our family. These : r day Reynolds parents owner of Pine': y ,
grown flour, and white flour 3-4 table- Baktty
i Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas.Mr. .
1' jet l a better time to buy good breedIng will be added to the list of vegetables I re".,..'a, Cmllt Hultml KilluuftWHAT . spoonful baking soad, 1 1-2 teaspoonfuls Henry Howard of Fairbanks Largo opened branch shops
f used the family from Punta Gorda J
animals at a bargain by Englnw
salt. Mix 3.4
cupful mob spent several days of this week
1 Iu jlr Beef cattle numbers, while still year to year. After winter plantIng an International boundary: look like Well here I II the b.'' here with his brother Mr. H. H.
.x''. i ) low Increased some during the last began to give way I plantednew line between Canada and he United State at Carerot. !1. '1-, buttermilk. Pour wet mixture into Howard.Mr. S. highway No 4) road Xj
I I year. In Florida tick-free areas, seed between the rows, letting I Ish Columbia, the dividing line betWaen that: Province and Alaakl.. dry mixture and stir until well through city.
Allen Thomas of Lacrosse
l j be and by the ,
them growing
continued pasture Improvements up
t mixed. Add 1 to 1-2 cupfuls coarse-
pent Saturday night here with
K selection of breed- time the old was off.
1p } feed production, crop --- --- ---
ly chopped pecans, put into well .
(' Ing cows, and the Introduction of "The drouth in the summer hin- November to beat the regular con friends.Mr.
In every county of Florida, and In greased molds filling tham 2.3 Fred Shaw at
tick- dered for a few weeks, spent Sunday!
In planting
,1 good bulls is advisable. test birds. The high entry for the
, full.
practically every garden. And !twill Cover and steam 3 to 3 1-2 Lacrosse with friends.
careful handling but with the first rains I started .
Infested areas, enable successful month as well as for the two hours. s-ffl
gardeners to
Mr. John of Lacrosse
: Shaw was
of the planting: again. As soon as my
and close culling present
iq S + herd isi recommended.. plants were growing well I made have more money to spend for months is owned by Frieda Novak, Prune Whip Pie visiting in our section Sunday. sffiwB I'aHVvn '

ss There Is little tendency for general applications of nitrate of soda ev- things other than food Cantonement. Her five birds have Line pan with plain pastry and Mr. Rufus Prescott is spendinga
received 170 points for 188 bake until slightly brown. while here with his parents 11.1. ,.
MY farmers to reduce sheep num- ery two weeks. I canned 816 eggs. :
k bers. Many are taking advantageof quarts of fruits meats and vege- Demand For Truck November at the contest was 2 cups prunes, 1-2 cup sugar 2 and Mrs. S. L. Prescott.Mr. ".

iN low prices to buy good breeding tables to be used in our home thru Crops Not LikelyTo warm and dry and green feed was tbsp. powered sugar, 1-2 tsp. vanilla R. B. Thomas was attendingto

; stock World wool production con- the year. scarce. Colds and chicken-pox 1 cup whipped cream, 2 cups business in Starke several days v >

: tinues large, and production In the "I harvested 3,848 pounds of Improve Soon gave considerable trouble, but pecans chopped. of this week.A .
:i United States increased 7 percent vegetables from the onetwentiethacre very few birds were lost. Soak prunes for several hours crowd of young folks enjoyeda en a House]
Truck in the and simmer in the water
in which
crop acreage cane grinding at the home of
j last valued at $11.96. My ex- .
,o penses for the year were $14.19." United States was reduced lost; CITRUS MAY" NOW BE they were' soaked until soft. Re- Mr. and. Mrs.. :Mann last Tuesday Burned Dow) \
Lake Worth .-- Colored lights What this Okaloosa county club year for the first time in six years, SHIPPED TO FLORIDA move stones. Cut in pieces and add night.
Installed business but business conditions are such sugar and chopped pecans. Fold Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dyal and
1' t on five streets. girl did certainly can be repeated FROM GULF STATES
that little Improvement In demand in two egg whites beaten stif- children spent Sunday with Mr peopleIsed to ask, "It! ),

I J+ a K will occur: before Florida's next Other states, heretofore prohibited fly. Pour into baked shell. Bakeat and Mrs. Blrt Stokes insured" Now they ask,"
; atiy.nn '"" .ar..nro.o- crop is marketed, states the out- may ship citrus fruits into Flor- 373 degrees F. for 20 minutes. Mr. Rastus Mann, L. O. and John he properly Insured!' '

1, aJ look report issued by the Florida ida since the state plant board at When cool, decorate with whipped Lewis and Tommie Warren, all at-
I{ iI ZHotv to play Qridgf Agricultural Extension Service. a recent meeting repealed Its rule cream to which has been added the tended church at Brooker Sunday Adequate sound stock 51 I

The Florida strawberry acreageis prohibiting shipments from Georgia powdered and sugar and vanilla. night. insurance will properly!

i AUCTION.CONTRACT.tula expected' to be reduced 10 per- ami the Gulf coast states. Cit- Chocolate Pecan Fudge We are sorry to report that Mrs. tat you against loss and _-.

/ cent, while Louisiana is expectedto rus nursery stock, however, con- 2 cups white sugar, 1 cup water LIm Mann Is on the sick list at service of our deptndutj
show some reduction. Dry tinues to be excluded from all 1 cup sweetened condensed Milk, 1 this writing. We hope that she will agency will prove: of''val
weather has been the chief cause of state and counties. cup pecans, chopped. soon be out again to you.HAROLD.
this reduction.The Mix together sugar and water in Mr. and
This quarantine was placed in Mrs. 'J. B. Thomas were
i 4wynne Ferguson early cabbage states are ex- effect by the board in 1913 at a large saucepan and bring to a boil. attending to business in Graham C. OVAINSURANCE

Author "PRACTICAL AUCTION BRIDGE pected to reduce acreage about 13 time when citrus canker occurredIn Add condensed milk and boil over Saturday,

; + _, c:, __ __ percent, and there will be. light most of the gulf states and, as low: flame until mixture will form o
holdings of old stocks when the Florida was at that time engagedIn firm ball In cold water ((233 de- Select toys to please the child,
EI Conydabt,1931,by Hoylc,Jr. early movement begins. a campaign to eradicate the disease grees-240 degrees F.) Stir con not to please the parents. ST AHI\E.\: FLORIDA |

Low prices for the late crop of the of stantly to prevent burning. Remove
I relnfestatlon
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: i ARTICLE No. 7
1031 potatoes has caused a lot of from other states in which canker from fire, add chocolate cut -- -

''t ,o Very frequently In Auction and Con Other suits in the dummy where the them to be held over, and early occuirred had to be guarded in small pieces, then the chopped:
tint trick should be lout if no re-entry, producers in Florida expect Beat until and
tract a player hUll a suit which 11 strong; may against pecans. thick
K' enough to take all the tricks but one, are A, Q 10,7,6 or A, Q, 7/6/ 2.In the greater competition from this car- In announcing the action of the creamy. Pour into buttered pan. STRAWBERRY PLANTSOwing
and the way or the time to lose that first case, finesse the ten suit on ryover than they experienced last board, plant commissioner Wilmoii When cool, cut in squares.
trick becomes a nuzzling proposition the first round and, if it fails to forcethe
r Whole books might be written on this king, finesse the queen on the spring. Newell stated that the eradication Cream' Balls
L subject, but there are a certain few second!! round. In the second case, makeno The early fall crop of tomatoes work, conducted by the several 1 cup boiling water, 2 cups white to the dry-like conditions around Starke,
situations$ that come up BO frequently effort to win the first trick. Your In Florida and Texas Is likely to gulf states', assisted by the Bureau sugar, 2 taps. white corn syrup, 1
that they should be thoroughly ana- only hope establish such a suit Is to be reduced 35 percent below last of Plant Industry of the United pinch cream of tartar 1 tap. butter, and Lawtey we are making very special prices on

lysed and understood. As a general find three! to the king on your left. Lose year. The Mexican acreage Is ex- States Department of Agriculture, '1-4 tap. Maplelne, 1 cup pecans, your wants In both Missionary and Blakemore ber-
the trick to lose is the first the first trick and finesse the queen on.
proportion, pected to be 1-6 less. Texas is chopped.Add .
i, one. Suppose the dealer has bid one the second round. The same rule ap- about a 10 to 23 I has resulted in the disease being ry plans. See our agents Brownlee Bros., Starke,
second hand bid two to a suit such as A, J, 10, 7, 6. planning percent reduced almost the vanishing ingredients to the boiling
no take
heart trump,third you end fourth hands pans and Flay the tea on the lint round and increase in late tomatoes, while point, and the ,board reached the water In the order named. Stir and G. W. Roberts, of Lawtey, Fla., who will
finesse the jack on the second. slight increases are expected in until sugar Is dissolved. Place
.l the dealer bids two no trump; what conclusion that citrus fruits pro- over your order.
should you lead with the following Still another angle comes up frequently Louisiana, Arkansas and South duced in the gulf states can now fire and boll gently till soft ballforms
hand: Suppose you are playing a Carolina. It Is probable that acre- be shipped into Florida without in cold water. Remove from You know Bauer plants of quality and we know'
Hearts A, Q to, 7,6 no trump hand and hold only one in the Florida Everglades will fire' Cool add
age ,
amt, for jeapordlzlng the state's citrus Industry pecans; how to ship time and give
achersary's plants you
Clubs-8, 5,4, 3,1Diamonds stopper in your be increased next spring due to a beat until your on
and form
.K. 7 A 4 2 of clubs. With this creamy into
exlimple, order
very successful fall balls. service. So get busy at once and place your
Spadesto of) suit, hold up your ace until crop. Action by the board was taken
The proper lead with this hand. i-t type third round in the hope that your The southern states are expectedto after consultation with a numberof Divinity Fudge for what you may want.
N ; the seven of hearts The bidding Indicates other adversary hasn't more than threeof Increase watermelon acreage leaders in the Florida citrus industry 3 cups granulated sugar, 1 cup
71, that the dealer his at lean threeS the suit and cannot lead to his next season In spite of the low who were present at the white Karo, 1-2 cup cold water, 2
l' tv' hearts to the King 01 King Jarfc, BO partner. Of course, there are but many prices received last year. board meeting, including Messrs. egg whites, 1-4 tap. salt, 1 tsp. J. BAUER
exceptions to this an a
if the first trick and .
that lose
your vanilla 1
4 you John S. cup chopped pecans.
Taylor of
General proposition, it's good to Largo, C. C.
obtains the lead lead
partner liter a policy EGO CONTEST FUIAET8
r I Combine
( through the dealer's hand will enable lone the first and second: an Commander of Tampa, H. E. Cor-, water, salt and TilE STRAWBERRY PLANT MAN\
suit if have only one nell of sugar, boll until a little tried in
you to win the balance of the heart adversary'* you Winter Haven, B. L. Wlrt.
tricks Suppose, however, you decideto stopper.l'hf'N'S. RECORD NOVEMBER: LAY of Bartow, and Clinton Bolick of coM water is brittle. Beat egg JUDSONIA, ARKANSASYou'll
open the trey of clubs and your still another angle. Suppose Fort Myers. whites stiff and gradually beat in
s" partner later obtains the lead. Even the opponent on your right has bid one Chlpley. Fla.-Laying an aver- the boiling\ syrup. Whip until it

if he now leads. the hearts to you, the no trump and your partner has ob- age of 16.4 eggs, the 840 pulletsat 4-H CLUB BOYS FORMCOOPERATIVE begins to stiffen, add vanilla and ---- --------- - - -- -----.----------
lead and has deliberatelyled
declarer must still make a heart trit k. tained to the a K.J. 7 of clubs,for example the sixth Florida National Egg TO SELL chopped pecans, beat more and _. ,- ,. .. ,
In other words, one! lead through the up !
contest have beaten
declarer's hand is not enough and the in dummy. i>ucn a lead should tell you Laying just SEED OF CROTALARIA pour into a buttered pan. When
trick he has November record ever made at cold cut never know how good
, chances are that your partner will not that after he lose the first any In squares, f'
obtain the lead more than once. If you all the tricks in that suit if you can the contest,reports E. F. Stanton, Lake Butler, 'Fla.-A 4-H club Chocolate Pectin Slices a cigar can be until you i:1J: (
must lone one trick in your suit, let it obtain the lead and come through.!; In supervisor. crotalaria association,. the first of 2 squarea unsweetened chocolate1 { ...
be the first and not the second or third. other word, by himself losing\ the a position first trick to This brings the production for' Its kind In the country, was or- 1-2 cups pecans, 1 1-3 cups have smoked a
he bas placed in
Almost the same proposition confronts the first two months 6 eggs ahead sweetened condensed ,
the declarer when he is playing win the rest of the tricks in that suit ganized here early this month by milk. ""'
1v i i hand. Suppose his dummy when you obtain the lead. of that shown in any of the prev- the 30 crotalaria club members of Melt chocolate in double boiler; "W\S

a has no a trump suit such as 1K., 7, 6, 2 or Much more could be written on this ious contests. Six; hens are aheadof Union and Bradford counties, reports add condensed milk and stir over
/ A, K. 7.6 + hand and no re-entry. If he wants to these articles will improve their game iod, and the high individual is 4 The boys each grew an acre of mixture thickens. Cool for five sizef
1'f, ; 4 .b establish. this suit, he must lose the considerably by a study of the example -. points ahead. crotalaria last season and now all minutes. Drop large tablespoonsof \ '
first trick HAVANA2)el18htfulluMILD
Learn lose the
i' first trick and hope for the drop on the *!given. to secoiuior The leading pen for November of them have about chocolate mixture Into halvedor MORE
suit is not set not the 12,000 pounds
of if ,
next two round./This method playing your up
such suits is called "ducking." third. was owned by W. E. Pyles, Mays- of seed to sell. These seed will chopped pecans and work nut
; vllle, Kentucky, while Marshall be re-cleaned, pooled, and cold by meats Into surface. Form into roll.
Jh Problem" Farms, ),Mobile Alabama,, owned the association.: The associationwill Let stand for 3 hours In Ice box /. Lewis N. J- 'lakeWake
Hearts-J,8,4 '. the two next highest. The 10 I charge three cents per pound; and cut In slices.FLORIDA Cigar Mfg. Co., Newark, -

;; Clubs...-none \ Pyles White Leghorn layed 297 two cent) for actual expenses and .

. Diamonds-IO .' eggs for 297.63 points. The Mar- one cent for the treasury, BIRD REFUGETO

Spades J,9, 2 I1eartl-A.6.3.2 shall pen had 232 and 229 points Regular officer and an adult GET MORE ACREAGE p Your (iverBit

Hearts-10 Y I Cluhs-A, K.:: 10 respectively. advisory committee, composed of -
) Club* -9. 7,3,2;: dt; A ,E I Diamonds-none Florida pens have complete control parents of three of the boys, were Authorization for the acquisition
Diamonds-KQ '
1' of honors for the two
SpaOet-none .* t z I SpadesnoneJtertlQ top elected and a constitution accepted. of 9,289 more acres of land for the -Without Calomi
months. The high pen Is owned by The purpose {In the preamble Is to St. Marks Migratory Bird Refuge ,

( 1 : 9. 7,5 White Feather Farm, Clearwater, further the growing of crotalaria In Wakulla County Florida, has

'S Club*- J. 8UiamondJ with 490: points for 49O eggs. Second In the two counties, and to sell aeed been approved by the Migratory And You'll Jump Out of Bed--Ill...18s II...1IowIDI esrlslRme.a'e ..
-none went to Bailey Farm, Miami, .bOr
for its members."At Bird Conservation Commission of alutsa n JPAuE 4.7'
'l .j Spade*- none with 439 points for 490 eggs, and least 90 farmers In the two which Secretary Hyde of the department in the Morning Rarin to Go blwes rq > s'a'd" ;.

+ spades are trump and Z is in the : must pl.1ya low heart And Z the queenof third to M. Weischolek Poultry counties have already said that of agriculture la chair- ae/d....t.ata sa4 ie lr.sdTw
r l ,'Ir n h lead, how can: Y Z win six of the seven hearts. Z must now lead the jackof Farm Jacksonville, with 423 they expect to buy seed from the man. Similar authorizations were If you feel our and rank and the slra ..... ... Y .Irs .f
; tricks against any defense? This i* a club and trump in Y'I hand with points for 406 eggs., association! this. year," Mr. Dyer made far eight other states. world tooka pan};,dent:nrmflow.lot .......,..,.+6wa.4..
and particularly the nine of spades. Y should now lead The highest individual for the of Ial(.. mlnvml sister ofl. Uxatfr .
;%fi r j tricky little problem ; This will bring the In -Y.... .
y S I + ? interesting; because it i i. not solved by the eight of heart and the B ace.must Z should again two months .U owned by Crescent said.This spring each boy will plant the St. Marks Refuge acreage to 19,167 candy cr dwwinc gum cad aped 1tYlal.rpldaumr'uzassm

1 :u forcing discard, the usual way of refrain overtake from with playing the nine of hearts and Poultry Farm. Bradenton. She another acre of crotalaria! and acres. Stretching for about 14 than to mate* 700 nd
.4 solving Solution problem Z should. lead the eight of' lead the queen of club Y should trump had 9X8 point for SI eggs A plant corn on last, year's crotalaria miles along the shores of Apala- sail Dafljwtt lIDIIfdGl---- ...aMe'mtd.......
,' club. and trump in Y'* hand with the with the jack of spades and lead the White Feather Farm pullet was acre. cheo bay it la a famous winter For. fbr ami do .. 'I'bIr: molt.,) .. .. ssat wea'd"teae.yesameass ...
I deuce ol spades. Y should now lead four of heart B must now either win second with 90.19 points and a resting ground for .... the Krf umvw told al else 1v.srttaee ...eSirlasesIi.las.'rN.

i' p the jack of heart B cannot play the the trick: with the ace of heart In eithercam or let Weischolek bird third with 49.8 At October farm price) a dozen of ducks and shorebirds many and doe.'f got as 0.-.'nil ..................,.
r' ace of heart for,if h*doe, Z will have Z win the seven of heart but points. eggs) would buy 83 percent more of the greatest Canada one 'tlm.sseidlyTeend.utt.1 ...hg
three heart trick: on which Y Y Z will win all the tricks one; goose concentration h>,...1wa..II ahwld ......
o discard set-up his tea of diamonds; B that is, six of the seven trick In the 4-H club contest the fly poultry than In prewar time and areas along the gulf ....tawfeadl.mIgitlifaMywrlwi .
can pens averaged 18.. egg during about 44 percent more than la 1930. coast. .
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-- the heroes of faith.

.9& m/ December\ 18 25.: What gives in BKOOKEK {
'T victory
') our
Blessed Nation Blessedis D" 1 ; ..... "-,,
". G' . conflicts with the world? "This Is Mans Vera
ww Gnlnpy Cor.
the nation whose God Is the -.. I'V""" .. the victory that overcometh the ,

Lord; and the people whom he hath world even our faith." 1 John

chosen for his own Inheritance. 5:4.: Mr. and! Mrs. Quigley of Lawtoy,

might unto my path.-Psalm :119:105.: Psalm 33; 12. ieie'i i 26. What la! the ultimate were here Sunday.y.
feet, oa ..J!s pur
onto my ...
word i1 a lamp December 19 JE1 '.".., -.--., pose of faith ? "Receiving the end Rev. Barnes of Trenton filled his
5. AH religious teaching:, doctrine or Self Denial Whosoever will of your faith, even the salvation regular appointment nl the Pipd

11 r1 1 ( Jr, u creed, 11 they are to have any claim with come after me, let him deny him -: of your souls." 1 Peter 1::8. 8.rUESKVTKKIAN list church Saturday and Sunday >

io 'alty and devotion of the people must be in harmony and self, and take up his cross, and k0 : : Mr. and Mrs. L. It Waters w revisiting

he glove'heart enthe f whm it woes said to John 7 46"NEVER MAN follow me. For whosoever will a1t :1 her sister In Archer Sun

humMn save' life shall lose It; but whoso- F day.

A LIKE THIS MAN. to use. tide de- ever shall lose his life for my sake "',, .. Services Sunday December 20, Mrs Hogan Smith of Sampson
of Bradford and Union counties ar tons and wmounceCnt and the gospel's tho same shall >- ., as follows: City, was here Sunday afternoon
for pews of church charge organ mode the only requirement save it.-Mark 8: 34, 35. ;I. 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. visiting her sister Mm L. L. Mor

[ Space Wm en Md no office before Wednesday morning, December 20 ; Truby, supt. gan.Mrs.
wac this Neither I It W. O. Rimes of Lake ;
Ibnt handled for current Uaue. Kingdom is Within 11. m. Morning worship! The Butler If
Ian they cannot be shall they say lo here! or, lo i pastor will give: a Christmas ser spent Saturday night with her

at a distance, but to there! for behold the kingdom of 1 tE :' mon. sister, Mrs. T. W. Markey.RPV. ,,

strangers John knew In and God is within you.-Luke 17: 21. I s 8:00: p. m. Christmas t Candle ': .loyner of nukes will fill tip
SCHOOL I those whom December 21 I 3 light service. Christmas music his regular appointment at the
; On account -
around his own
LESSON II I of the subject and Its teaching Proclamation to God In the of highest Peace-and Glorybe' on ; ; qv pIs colon Christmas, duets readings., qunrtctteH, choruses, Free Mr.Will. R. church A. Foxworth Sunday./ and Mrs ;

this has been selected as our
E. IS.
will toward men. 6:30: p. m. Christian Andrews were visiting In ,
earth peace, good Endeavor
DECEMBER: 20, lU81 Christmas lesson with the spirit e ;: Georgia: last week +
OR -Luke 2: 14. # . Topic, Christmas In Literature.
of love and fellowship."In I .. Leader Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thomas and
December 23 r Y s a ; Margaret Williams! !
the love
The Supreme Gift of this. was manifested f "144 t Mr. and Mrs. ''''alter Matthews' of
ect t t. Be care- g The Christmas
) : God A Cure for Worry exercises of the
of God toward us, because that j
Lesson.) Jacksonville. here
(Christmas but in every thing f ; Sunday school will! be held In the were Sunday
Into ful for nothing;
Text' "K is Christ that', sent his only begotten Son with r *(Jfei' church visiting their mother, Mrs. Alice 31Htarke 1
and supplication evening Dec.
as that is risen again. the world that we might live thru by prayer Thomas.
rather, be ; / Ir 23, at 7:30.
: Christmas
let requests tree and
|s even at the right hand of him. Herein Is love, not that we made thanksgiving known unto your God. And the ,, v-V:*>** VTHAT treat for the children.A Mr. L T. Dyer of Lake Butler, I
also maketh intercession loved God but that he loved ua, and was here Saturday: on business. '
ho all understanding cordial Invitation to
which passeth
of God our
Rom. 8:3t.: sent his Son to be the propitiationfor peace services Mr. Nouta Markey of Lacrosse '
7-19. sins. Beloved, if God so shall keep your Text; I John: our \tt; : upending acme time at the home
Ion, Christ ,. .
"t'.. \ .
hearts and minds through ,. ,
Place: About A D. 95; loved us, we ought also to love one of T. W. Mill-key. x'
i and Phlllipplans 4: 6, 7, ' > f : IJAl'TIST
Jesua. :
Written from Ephesus. anqther.The ; r. We have organized( a !Sunday' ;
: '"The! New Testa- love Is shown December 23 '., ,-"It'! J .''. school at the Mlanlnunry Baptist 1
oductfon full of 1I ;
spirit 5 ..
Good : school
Went About Doing v..r' Sunday st 10 a. m. A. J.
very little concern- his Son unto .. .. church to meet every Sunday
J God in sending :.
gives by teach .y..It Thomas, There
thee Jesus went about all Galilee, .. .. supl. were one
John .
of .11. morning at 10 o'clock.
I-ie! movements the world to suffer and die to pre- Kverybody: :
and hundred
: and!
In their seven present last
ing synagogues :
He Is scarcely went .:1\ invited to attend.
of love pare a means to suffer and die to of the kIng- ., .._. Sunday. Plans and committees
preaching the gospel -- -----
It t Iin the Act! after his impris- a means of salvation for .... Mr. W. H. Baxter of Blrmlng.
prepare of 'WMMW1Mw are formed for
litwith Peter and the appear- all who would accept him as a Sav dom and healing all manner I AMLwadFAWPSorot.ryh. m___ _____. our Christmas tree. hnm, Ala., was here last week visIting ; r
of diseases Be sure to come on to
sickness and all manner Sunday
lit two before the JewishII his parents' Mr. and Mrs. J.
the ior. In return we should love God,
the people.-Matthew 4: 23. .,,,. draw names for presents.
their1d'vo .
answer for among Cwrdl N..I II. D. Baxter. 7h
to( but he is not selfish, and prefers
December" 21.God's Worship at 11 11... m and 7:30: .
of Christianity, - -
the cause should love
that his "Children" I know the p. m. The evening service will! be
I after Pentecost. It is prob- one another. "And we have seen Thoughts this curious lookinG boat can travel on both land:: and wator Fort Pierce -- Imlinn River Exchange 'M
devoted to Christian
toward music We
that he was In Jerusalem at and to testify that the Father sent thoughts that I think you of this type are used In northern Canada: to haul booms of log Canneries will open its

lin of the martyrdom of his the Son to be the Savior of the salth the Lord thoughts of peace croat large lake* during the spring drives. When It la necessary to are that expecting a large audience at I plant here January 1st. w

[ James, and later when the and not evil. And ye shall seek move one of these boats from one lake to another cables are fastened musical service. Bradcnton Site selected. for "
r shall confess
< world. Whosoever
diriitian council was heldorde(1 me, and find me when ye shall from a capstan on the boat to the bolo of a large tree and the boat Rev. L. A. Rawls of Jacksonville I construction of $155,000 post office
| \ is the Son of God God
that Jesus
search for me with all your heart. pull Itself under Its own power scrOll the portage. will preacU: at the morning service
I in Acts IS.: seems building In city.
dwelleth in him, and he in God. }
Pastor will!
Raymond give a short
[ from Jerusalem to Jeremiah 29: 11, 13. Tttvnrco - Ye OIdo Spinning
we gone Because false teachers were deny- - address at the evening service.
SUB, where he lived to the age ing the Son-ship of Jesus, such be- Wheele Tea Room opened by Mrs
and hearing by the word of God." the patience of the saints here
|arly one hundred years. lie lief is declared to give the believera SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST : : Edith Pole, proprietor
tome time in exile on the relation to Christ and to Rom. 10:17. are they that keep the commandments SAXTON Winter Garden - J. J Kirkland:

II I of Patmos. God.saving You should remember that Sabbath school at Mr. Crlbbs1 9. What relation does faith bear of God and the faith of Jesus -- took over garage business! formerly

Tide from John's labors' and this "whosoever" includes (Road 28)) Saturday at 10 o'clocka. to Knowledge ? "Through faith we ." Rev. 14::12. Preaching every first and third owned by Roy Schenorleln.. kM

I nee In the Jerusalem church "God is love and he that dwellethin you. m. I understand that the worlds were 17. In what other statement is Sundays at 3 p. m., by Rev. W. B. Tampa -- Dawson-Thornton Dry r

[;tat have evangelized exten- love dwelleth In God and God in Bible study at Mr.. Adam Green's framed by the word of God Hcb. the truth emphasized? "But wilt Christy of the Lawtey Methodist Goods Co., will move Tampa and

the same as the other apos- home Wednesday evening at 11:3.: thou know, 0 vain man, that faith church. Preaching services on sec Mitdlflan streets
love made on
him. Herein is our
r Next to Paul ho was the fect. Jesus the measure and per-the '7:30. Subject for study Dec. 23 10. By what principle is genuine without works U dead?" James ond and fourth Sunday at 11 Leesburg -- no 'd'8 furniture sad P'

extensive writer for the new "Faith." faith actuated ? "In Jesus Christ 2:20.: o'clock by Rev. Sellers of Jackson hardware store on Main street s

lament He was the author of tern expression for us.of. God's love is the pat 1. What is faith declared to be? neither circumcision avalleth any 18. How is faith brought to perfection villa! and singing in the afternoonat made larger
thing nor unclrcumcislon! but faith ? "Seest thou faith 3:00: o'clock. Everybody: Invited.
ospel of John, three epistlesthe "Faith Is the substance of things ; how St. AiiBuntlne- Adele's Beauty
[ book of Revelation. As a What a comfort to know that hoped for, the evidence of things that worketh by love" Gal. 50.; wrought with his works and by ..... Parlor formally\ opened In Lynn y

1'le, he was probably the you may so act and think that God not seen."' Heb. 11:1. 11. Of what is faith a fruit? works was faith made perfect." building, St. George: St, by Mrs

fcjest of the twelve, being not and his Spirit will dwell in you 2. How necessary ia faith ? "But the fruit of the spirit is love, Verse 22. SAMPSON CITY Adele C. WIlIHnw.HollywoodJackson.

It t, yet In his teen lIe had a and guide you! "Without faith It is Impossible to Joy, peace, long-suffering gentle- 19.! What is the result of faith MUM Smith ('ur. street being
Dorothy ,
loind grapH upon the mysteriese "There is no fear In love: but please him." Verse 6. ness, goodness, faith." Verse 22. being put to the test? "The trial resurfaced between South Twen.tyIrllt it

person and work of Christ." perfect love casteth out fear: be- 3. Is mere assent to divine truth 12. What In tho early church of your faith worketh patience." and South Twenty r.jurth

llm's letter begins, "That which cause fear hath torment. He that suffflcient? "Thou bellevest that showed living faith? "Remembering James 1:3.: Mrs. David Kelley of Tampa, : avenues.

pave been and heard declare me feareth is not made perfect in there is one God; thou doest well: without ceasing your work of 20. What relationship to God is was visiting Mrs Alice Kite for /1'' Fort Pierce -- Florida Indian.

i you." The first part of the love. It Is true that (Ps. 3:1): "The The devils also believe and trem- faith and labor of love." 1 Thess. established by faith? "For ye are few days river Canning Co., will start canning k

]Is fa substance, "Thla then fear of the Lord Is the beginningof ble." James 2:19.: 1:3. all the children of God by faith in Mrs. W. II. Smith, Mrs. A. K. of grapefruit about January

[Jo messAge which we have wisdom," but if you grow to fully 4. What is required besides a be- 13. What is necessary In order Christ Jesus. Gal. 3:23.: Smith and Dorothy Smith were visiting 1st. ''I

I of (from) him, and declare love and trust him, .fear is ban, lief in the existence of God? "For that the preaching of the gospel 21. How do the children of God In Brooker Sunday afternoon. -----. --,

b you, that Cod Is light. Ifjak ished. he that cometh to God must be- may be profitable? "For unto us walk? "For we walk by faith not Mr. Miller Johns of New River, TRAIN SCHEDULE

In the light the blood Jesus said (Jno. 15:10): "Ye have lieve that He Is and that He is a was the gospel preached, as wellas by sight." 2 Cor. 8:7.: visited his sister, Mrs. C. n. Brown ,

jtesus Christ his Son cleanseth not chosen me, but 1 have chosen rewarder of them that diligently unto them; but the word preached 22. Upon what condition may Monday.Mrs. Southbound J

from all sin If we confess you" And our lesson closes thus. seek Him." Heb. 11:6 last part. did not profit them, not being one expect answers to prayer? Alice Kite: and daughter, No.1. southbound local due

sins he is faithful and Just to "We love him because he first 5. From whom does faith come' ? mixed with faith in them that "But let him ask in faith, nothing Louise and Miss Lossle Wynn at- Starke 10.37 p. m. s

ve us our sins these things loved us." "For by grace are ye saved thru heard It." Heb. 4::2. wavering. For he that waverethIs tended the funeral of Mr J. W. No. 11, southbound, local due

Ite unto you, that ye sin not. --.------ faith; and that not of yourselves: 14. 'What M the character of any like a wave of the sea driven Andrews Sr, at Starko Sunday. Starke 11.22 a. m.

I If any man-sin, we have ante WEEKLY SEUHIONETTE It is the gift of God." Eph. 2:8. or service not performed in faith? with the wind and. tossed James Mr. Mlllard Varnes was trans No. 107 southbound, limited due

with the father Jesus 6. Why did God raise Christ "Whatever"la not of faith Is sin." 1:6.: acting business In Waldo Monday.W. Starke 10.:M a. m. I'

st, the righteous. And he is God'a Wonderful Love from the dead? "Who by Him do Rom. 14:2.: 23. To what parts of the ancient H. Smith visited hill father, No.3, southbound limited duo y

[propitiation for our sins. John 3:16: 17. For God so loved believe In God, that raised Him up 15. How does Abraham's experience armor Is faith compared? "Aboveall Mr. R. II.( Smith of Hawthorn who Starke 7:34: a. m.

he second thought expressed in the world, that he gave his only from the dead and gave Him show that obedience and faith taking the shield of faith has been ill for the pant week. NorthboundNo.

I letter Is "God is Love," ontoday' begotten Son, that whosoever be- glory; that your faith and hope are inseparable? "By faith Abra- wherewith ye shall be able to We want to thank the people of 2, northbound local, due sI

jtb lesson Is based. lieveth in him should not perish might be In God." 1 Peter 121.: ham, when he was called to go out quench all the fiery darts of the Starke for the donation of $33.10 Starke 6:10: a. m.

feloved, let us love one anothfor but have everlasting life. 17. For 7. What Is Christ'a relation to into a place which he should after wicked." Eph. 6:18.: "Putting on and the people of Hampton for No. 12, northbound local due J

[ love Is of God; and every God sent not his Son Into the worldto this faith? "Looking unto Jesus receive for an inheritance obeyed; the breastplate of faith and love." J4.00.-Members. of the Christian Starke 3:11: p. m. s

I that knoweth of God. He that condemn the world; but that the author and finished of our and he went out, not knowing 1 Thess. 0:8.: church. No. 108 northbound limited due

I I lb Is not Love.knoweth not God; for the world through him might be faith." Heb. 12:2. whither he went." Heb. 118. 2... What chapter in the Bible is Starke/ ::27 p. m. w

I 11 .saved. 8. What is the basis of faith? IS. With what, therefore Is the devoted to faith ? The eleventh Pensacola Telephone system No. 4, northbound limited, due

letter was not written to Prayer--Thy Kingdom Cornel "So then faith cometh by hearing faith of Jesus joined? "Here Is chapter of Hebrews. In verses 33- being converted Into dial system. Starke 9:Oft p. m.

and Wiuiiien Drnncli a
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No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. {

i No. 102 102 arrives 2:40: m.
ON MAIN STREET" Bv L. F. Vein LthmIuiiM T. J. Griffin Agent. "


i UZl FOU your R Q fP -Ill 'thAT' T.e' y c W1E'LL PLANT Tr,fi ?.?/ HK'lL NAFTA 1If"'nt&/I MAItl
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WAy HE COUNTS 1{ RADISH6! OlCiMTTHEQE. /WINO r+ANDEtf Hereby notice U itlvon that under
MAIN cr.rI2EeTQ gAV THAT' I'D HATE To Tints h4u and by virtue of that reititln flue '
V DADDY ilflt'rev of forerlomir untile or A. It.Ailmrm. .
GAQD'e4! PAPS(?. THE 6TH HAVE M4 'ONe/ IT /A1SMOULD THEY TOE-MUTrEos Judy nf the T\/entjr eltth 1
TIME. MB.MISSED . IN HIS' BANK (f .Ess.gwwwy y1AI fA EE nlAMf t' judicial circuit' nf Klnrlilii. In unit fur
( / JO IN llrndfoni county Kl'irliiii. 'In 'han.. i
ECONOMY FJ' GOLF nt.loT T Et) DkePkf aery HlUliiif, on th. 27th dRY nf ::.,
BAIL 3 INCH rlOt v.m'r. A, r>. 1911: /In Caw.n' ,.if 10',1.
oral Iand flunk of Cnlmnbln. a "or-
poraeIon l n. mr>llntiiit, nu dfj W :N.: t.fiI>U4, wliluwer, d
m' I, it* <1<*frndnnte.; ;
Til. Mnld npn,'IIcl mMitrrt will offer /
for sale In front of the" nurthoii. n
BANKER COYN... I 13 So .. Ir door In Htm. k". Klurldn, during tbIcrrnl .
'TI/'IG'I'/ HE v+oULDNty I I II upi' t.4 IIIIIII I l i l / ( 1I 1I I1I ATAlASUL' 3 I 3 pI.uc 1 hnur nf mil. bntwicn fh.
NIQE hour of eleven n m. and two p. m.on .
A GAQDIN'E ; Monday the tiny of January, t tA
11& 1)115'1' o I U. 1132, to th.hhl ..t and best
ktq OWN GAttlpi ;- hld'lnr for rash, the following de-
BY IJ r --r ry4d2ti rr r .. ( J ncrlbxl property Itiiatixi, In Ilr 4-
PRACTICING p o ford county. ITIoriilu, fo-wftr
C r ,
HASH.H" SHOTS I I Od Fa% ; J North Half I nf Houthwont quarter
OuT IN end Northwest' Quarter of North-
THE BACK: "tAr.zD went Qi4nrt..r ( I avrn. In t
AFTECl Nnrthwint<< C'ornnr lined a* cnmatory)
OnsHOURS. nil of th. abovn bolnit In auction i
Thirty ((10) township nit" (0) Mouth.Hanir .. e
Twenty-two CU Kant con v
'' I 'nlnlnir Its ncr.a more or l I.....
r ISSfT' ,- ) Also South Half. of Lot One (U
( AMlfI- 1 1 L y[ VAN ."ILL of section Twenty-flv* (23) Town
hip I sla (Houlh, fiance Twenty*
"n.. (II) Bant Including- I a-irua In A
Northwest corner of paid. lot, known
... old Crosby Jak Landing) conlnlntf 1
DOROTHY 14 acre more DARNIT' By Charles McMannsM Also. all fraction North..... t
Quarter of Houtheant Quarter of Boo- ,
lion Twtnty-flve (23) TuwnaMu all
45) South Han..' Twnnty-on (II)
t '. ? WHl1 $ THK OIGtcrevwwr 1I.t.: containing 11-17/100 acrei,
. IDEA EXCUSE more or 1.....
I COMMA dI Kevin at tha Doutheaiit Corner of
KID ME forthwattt quarter nf Northwevt

C 0rti PET HIM *j MI luarter ianee It of K.nod. and Ion /uOnT :r i.b't..:M..

) I THOUGHT iaal? Boundary of std. "forty" tut
e I s.1 fret lo North ed.. of'
e VOO WASGIRO. In Northwesterly direction .0 feet,
..Id meamirement belnir at a right
I j ...".1. with ...Id uanul hence. Houthdecree
le Went, parallel with and 1'
0 feet from Haiti canal, 61 feel, '
hence Mouth 1i0 feet In a take
I itandliiK IU fvet North of old ca-
sal> thence South 34 dacreea West
,, 10 feet from mid.
L canal I-IS feet: .....n". South 44 ,t.-
rooHV.. .t parallel with and 10 feel
'arum eald canal 120 feet. then-.
'iiith' 10 feet ti> a point. where rtouriioundarr
,lr of ...hl Northwent Quarterf
Northwest Quarter. of 2n-0.I0:
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4aw I feet to point of beclnnlniri: contain-
ln five and one-half .' '.. more or
!: :., :and b.ln u .;-.. corner II
nf Northweiit tll.rt.. of Northwest 11'
Quarter of Hei-tlnn 90, Townihlu ( "
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I}{ i Telegraph, And almost anyone eight or ten years, and some going I GOVERNOR
; Bradford Telegraph who don't know the difference be- them are farther behind than that, 'permitted to sidestep, the others SL.\SlIJs; '
i County
1' 11.f., 1 I From Other Pens tween an Italic,Roller. mold and a have been neglected through good must pay more than their share, EBtpCY
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and this they are tired of .
r, T Established 1877 shooting stick ':can tell the editor years a*' well as bad, and a prop- doing.There's
wanted to a
how tff run hip paper,-Bronson erty owner who really course of tl
V H* mMV M HM M a** hIs obligation to his govern a tax strike on now, Which Ills

*i ,,1;, ' r Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class The lass with the roller skates JournaL ..)..y.:-.ria.i I _---- ment keep paid up would certainly try whether you like to'think so or not. heartily approving,cabinet Govel'1l b

i Matter atl the Post Office at Starke, Florida was the original free-wheeler.-- The biggest Improvement to rad- to make good during the fat years. .With taxes paid last year on only ton has announced <
1 : Starko Telegraph. Tea, but ordi- io' would be the elimination of 90 ....... about ten per cent of the propertyin M4.000.00penitentiary.In salarleaaap

' E. S. Matthews __ _.' ________ _______ Owner and Publisher narily she didn't undertake to car- percent''or''the stations now operating President S. C. Smith of the city the described county in, the any'other situation cannotbe heels of a $. fOllowing"
from the effective answerto ,
ry passengers back "bug- and building super-stations. council made an way. oo hM
J. C. Robinson ___.__,.______ ___________ Managing Editor gy ride."-Bronson Journal. Bradford( County Telegraph No a plea of distress at a recent In for annual expenses at cut the
1 --o- -- the biggest improvement would be meeting by asking the pleader if But In the enforced collection of the Insane at that
j i I The candidates can be listed the elimination, of 90 per cent of he had a better way to suggest taxes there's a word of caution Next la order the ChIef
RATE tlve
SUBSCRIPTION the tourists next collection of which must be observed: when ball announced II
among spring- the programs and 90 per cent of than the enforced WlU
1: : ;' Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c--Payable in Advance Starke Telegraph. Not until after the announcers' cluttering up the taxes. None was forthcoming. The coercion is applied, It must be uni trenchment School in at the Reyg '']
the Then of them versal. The theory of "makingfish JH
primaries. many air.--South.Jacksonville Journal. cold fact of economic, necessity
Ic 1 ; Advertising Rates on Application will be heading; for a tour up Salt o . I I calls for collection of what Is due of one and flesh of another"has ony at Gainesville aDd the

' Creek.-Bronson Journal. Do your tag buying early and Iln taxes, if there were no other prevailed too long already; : Industrial The School at Ocal&.
i r fa -.n.- givcteacnera* their pay checks for reason for making everybody pay. "Make 'em pay but make 'em all retrenchment at
:; i r Don't forget today week is Christmas. Prohibition could be enforced If Christmas, !q the appeal. But Brad- which, happily there ia. The ele- pay," should be the motto.VANDERBILT, perfected L. F. through coop It&!!

Y -o the federal government, would ford teachers will get their pay, regardless ment of fairness and right justifiesthe of the Chapman business
Florida will have a dry Christmas. place a company of Infantrymen in of the tag buying. course. prison, a'n J. S. BUto
a''' apparently : each county in the U. S.-Inver, Starke Telegraph. Perhaps Levy perlntendent, was declares by
o nesa Chronicle. You mean there county teachers have had theirs If half of the owners propertydo ernor Carlton to be one d
ft.K At this season of tfie year dad is allowed to be boss of the wouldn't be any left for civilians? regularly BO.far this year but the not pay their taxes.' but con- Carrie Bell Norman, c... I most the state sweeping yet efected r

-o-- school, board will not .object to tinue to enjoy the benefits of government II Instlutlol1l1. It II,
home. I
A local citizen who attended the early tag buying fo* that reason. it naturally follows that There will be a Christmas pro-, of more than ont
o Democratic conference at Marian- Bronson Journal. the other half must pay the bill gram at Vanderbilt school house salary costs.

4? p Sp t!5 S r< r It's a crime to go to Dade county and Miami without na last week tells about a new 4- and thus, carry a double burden, on Monday night. Dec.<21 at ..Z:30fcited : I The cut will be erected
f F) ; H club, which he learned about, Bells ortn s'nglni': Towac.wUlpeal I which Is obviously unjust. If theslacking" ' ..JjvJ.\f; ,}'bo WJs to at salary"reductions and i BUIIu
r r f money., and the four h's In this case mean: 'tout thlrtr first progrsrrf"oltheseason "halt"'eonttutt!'nW-'ply-'\ y- of trusties for some 4 lie!

''r i l S : o "Hoover, Howey, Hooey and De imb r, 16th.-Starke ment, then In fairness it is neces- tend.Mrs.. W. B. Bloodworth Mr. positions now held atttepa;,II
1 i t Liberty editor acknowledges he took too much liberty [larcltlmea.-.Invernens Chronicle. Telegraph.. And all'floj> diana who sary to Invoke the law and compel Frank Norman Misses Mattie Nor tlary by salaried clerk

' ftW' with Florida. -0-- have not already heard :one of payment.Too I man and Rachel Silcox were trans .
(1 Aviation will be more popular should take firstopportunity
these programs acting business in Jacksonville Sat Tallahassee .
jti.4 riii -0 when you can have the engine repaired odo The music Earns! so. long has the urday. motorists
# Christmas gifts about as useless as a tie would ,and the gaa tank filled In of the bells' #tll'' worth while prompt payer consumed it
wei Some are I' really been penalized, while the slacker Miss Mattie Norman, who Is 664 gallons of gasollni J
air. Bradford Tele-
+l t ,, h be to Ghandi. County music, and so different from the has been rewarded. There Is no teaching school at Graham spent month of October, '.
, s; ;, + graph. And It'a just as hard to accortlir.
jazz which we get on most radio getting away from the fact that if the week-end home with her parents port issued by inspection buM
o park a plane up there as It Is to programs..,-Bronson Journal.. a compromise Is made with a man Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Norman. department of
f S And there is the high school student who credited Mar- park a car down here.PerryNews ti. -_i o- who has delayed his Just paymentsof Misses Muriel Silcox and Pearl place. I

'. i r 64 cool with inventing macaroni. > We seem to forget that the increase taxes, and he Is permitted to Johnson.were visiting the Water-.
-o-- in price of car licenses is come In and settle for fifty centson oak ,B. Y. P. TJ.,Sunday nIght. S
o There may be more mileage in fraction ,ot what we have .
only a the dollar-a? has been. done in .
From necessity people will use more common sense in cotton than In silk stockings, as been relieved, of in the shape of many' cases-then the man who COLI.EOE STUDENTS. VISIT
the Bristol Free Press says, but
I ? ; 4 their Christmas buying this season. you don't see so many silk ones personal taxes imposed by the has paid his taxes promptly from JACKSONVILLE: INDUSTRIESJacksonville :
'r state county and clty.StarkeTelegraph to la entitled to rebateIn
year year
} o walking.-Starke Telegraph. Maybe -
la trouble is
The we can-
i ,that's why the more mileage In equal amount, together with interest ,. Fla.-Thirty college 'WhatAGw
> Regardless of what the wets might say, November was not forget that we voted over- I
r', ; edS t, t the cotton stockings.-Bronson on his, payments.And of agriculture students recently -
the dryest month of twenty-six years.o Journal.. whelmingly to ,11ft, that, personaltax : spent a day here inspecting
Imposed,, J' the, state, county
wholesale industries.
yet compromisesof scale
large agricultural
----o ----o--
, ;l and city.-Boutl;i Jacksonville Her- this sort have been made, with- under the of
' 9 tS + k As long as gasoline and water! won't mix, some counties It people would show the same aid. They were leadership
out of injustice ..
moment's the
persistency In minding their' own a thought professors C. H. WUloughby and F.
f '
don't see why the water area should be included. business as they do In prying Into '-Ml-- '.oWe Caution- --- worked upon the loyal citizen G, Martin and the tour\ was ar- That's it-last Saturday

y. ,ry -0 another person's affairs, they could Use Leader who has met his obligations as ranged by County Agent A. S. Purina
'Jiggs"in Tarpon Springs Saturday at
'1 If it wasn't for the radio these crooners would be sleeping be listed among the country's runs in'-each' issue an article they become due. No governmentcan Lawton.
leaders.-Starke Telegraph. ButIt long stand under !such! a meth- The points visited were the Wilson Checkerboard Store
instead of keeping the rest of the nation awake. Is so much easier to run the under the head. "la' This You?" In od and it Is high time that people and Toomer fertilizer plant,

''I '' 0-- I other fellow's business.-Bronson which be (describes the, of costume realize this. Fortunately they are the dairy farm of V. C. Johnson, lag specials oo fwd, i aM
ea and general appearance some now realizing it, and a movementto Dinsmore, the Foremost Dairy
; The wide-awake farmer will buy an extra hoe for the he Is
-oWe local person. Some day goingto collect' delinquent Items is the milk products plant Farris and guessing contest Who i
.4 ?i + s' candidates to use when they call on him next spring. make a slip-and the ambulance only way to catch up with the Company packing plant the Nat- the guctiH! Conjrati
may call these times hard will back tq the Leader offlce.-
J up debts and start a new deal. ional Stock Yards, King Edward
but a few years from now we are Bradford County Telegraph. We -' cigar headquarters and the Armour Mrs W. J. RUM, Waldo,1
Unless can't mail early. Uncle Sam going to wish we could buy the never mention slips In describing
you shop early you, 'There's one thing that is bard to and Company,storage plant.o .
I necessities of life as cheaply as we their articles of clothlng.TarponSprlnglll I winner of one suck ol i
wants his postal clerks to spend one day home each year. are getting them now.-Starke Leader, understand. Much has been said'on ,. -- -i

o-- Telegraph. Yes, but 'we'll hardly -- o behalf of the "tax-payer" who Is Osteen Dr. and Mrs. William chowder. Match for aDO
t be wanting the money to pay for "Mellon' has sent out an several years behind with his pay- a. Doern developing 150acre cel-
Considering the number of book and magazine agents in Andy ments. is he entitled to be ery farm near this place. Purina Saturday at
'em we are having at the
present. O S" billion three hundred
"s for one -
r ,,, r circulation this should be a well educated country-but itain't. Bronson Journal. million dollars.. He wants to called a tax-payer when he paysno 'Sebrlng- Sebring Golf and "Checkerboard Store
taxes? And why should he be Country Club golf course improved.
--p- borrow it to-pay, off debts the
Plnellas Park -- Pinellas Park
considered as a propertyownerwhen
South Jacksonville Herald prohe- Hoover admljijatratlon has con-
o he has not met his obliga- Flower and Berry Association organized -
sizes the governor's race willbe a tracted fortaxpayers to pay. The I.
p ; As one editor sees it, you came into this world with noth- sizzling affalr-Starke Telegraph.It engineer pUedt),up' a deficit of tions to government and protected short time ago.

} you, but if you'll live in a little burg they will soon : sure will for certain of the candidates $903,000,000, last year and the deficit ,his rights to his property? I
1'3? have plenty Levy County Journal for pie first five months of
it on
,you. Those carrying the greatest loadsIn this year amounts to 856367587.' ,Why also should one man be permitted

__. o official records are liable to get An increase of almost 100 per to hold property from year

S Regardless of the outcome of the bridge war, the experts the greatest scorching. South cent, and we'll say that's some en- to year without payment of taxes
+ j when neighbors are paying Extra
Jacksonville Herald,
gineering. Tallahassee D a 11 y
' have already demonstrated that without the right cards o Democrat., the government, under which be : SpeciFriday

; 4 ; neither system is worth 'a cent. The Starke Telegraph sagely remarks : ..+-., +- lives? The whole systeni ia out of
o i ; "At the present time it: Just Musing joint and it Is encouraging to note!
seems certain that Florida's a general tendency to corerct the Dec. 18-Saturday Dec. 1
next (Arcadia Arcadian) ,
Headline after from fifth ,
improves leap
says evil which has for many years been
governor will be the candidate It seems to make the cold chills
r ; i"' window. it is whether their condition who condoned, and accepted as a matter
1 r' story Usually gets the most, votes. And run up and down, the spines of a
f is improved or made worse by the leap. perhaps the Telegraph''' la right. So good many people to contemplatethe of course; and to get the old . If 1
far we know of no candidate from compulsory payment of taxes. ship of state back on an even keel. SUGAR 5 pounds -
Tampa who is considered really In or the filing of suits for the col- ,
Minnesota comparing the 2 percent interest the There is certainly no valid reason -
papers are runnlng.-Bronson Journal. lection of delinquent' taxes. The 'With Each $2.00 Order'COMPOUNO
rate England is paying on loans from this country to what the ----o-- thought seems always to bring up why the people as a whole,
This Is the season for encyclo visions of people being put out of should help individuals to hold onto
government is charging Minnesota farmers on loans. pedia agents who are' anxious to their homea-usually in the pictureit property, when their only' Interestis poundslBESTBUTTER

t. o give away a set free and of girls Is a widow. vith a lot of children to retain title to it until a pur- LARD\ 2 }
chaser comes along to'buy It If ,
Times-Union thinks it will take a smart man to write who are going to enter college clinging'to.her pkirts/ -and many
next lands enhance in value due to
year via the magazine route tears are shed for the destitute and gen-
the next Republican platform. There won't be any platform -Starke Telegraph. Most men distressed. eral prograas; there Is no reason

A i what we say but they should give Perhaps much inconvenience and received by someone who has I .
o laid down the and done !
r the >encyclopedia salesman short some hardship might be caused by on job
; S S Lake Wales handles the fly-by-nighters by requiring shift.-Bronaon Journal. enforced payment of taxes especially nothing to bring Improved condi-

&S'S' r S them to post $500 wi,h the city authorities. If they stay in It takes-a: politician- to tell a let them on the run part for of several those years who have, but tions If there and is higher It would prices be to interestingto pass. Or FLOUR, 6 pound bag - -1 1!

( >i; business for a year they get their money. back, otherwise they farmer how to farm and a woman if so they can scarcely find any- hear the reasons.In .

don't. without a youngster to tell a body to blame but themselves.
i, mother how to raise hers.-Starke Taxes which,have run behind for the humble opinion of many PAIL LARD
o r casual observers the best and

The most remarkable economy effected by the Hoover, probably the only way for Floridato

administration is that of changing park signs reading "Don't The Best Insurance Policy ,,in the World ia to get get out her of tax the business financial out slough and ,, 4 pound Pail _- - .. 3

> walk on the grass" to "Don't eat the grass," says. the Winter play the' game on top of the table.If i
5# Haven Chief. everybody pays his share the I
S 6
o burden will not be irksome on any- 8 pound Pail - - -

Bakeries are adjusting bread prices to meet the rise in .. ,
- - -
5S ?S wheat. If they waited as long about raising'as they did in rss .,, euI LargeMatches,4for1 1MealGrits

q lowering when prices started dropping we'd have cheap bread a f'
li 1 t, for months to come. ATLASThe

tr,"i The 1932 tax program submitted o by the Hoover adminis- I rce I Standard Oil 5 pounds - .

Ic. tration to congress would only raise the little fellow's tax -'s' Tire GuaranteedOne i "

about 1200'per cent, while it is graduated to yield considerably Old Dutch for 1

less from the big boys with nice incomes. stet Year Cleanser, -

5 0-

5I r, Dade City Banner believes.President Hoover can do this MNit'4NNsN4NFrigidaire I

fe country the greatest service{ since his election by, uttering Old Rip Salt, 4 pkgs. - -JNUTSVEGETABLESFRUgl

;; just six words "I do not choose to run" What he decides'toJU I

SS ,: JU!r not afl'ect"thC3 result of the election. ,.

51 .? 0 ', .,.. the three year guar-

Thousands! of farmers are losing their farms'for failure !

> ,t l to pay loans secured from the government .through federal anted electric refrigerator Mar

'. loan banks. It docs look like the government could favor its' : .S'S Don't Forget We Have A Meat !|

own citizens to the extent it extends loans and interest payments /

I' l t due from other countries.The o For sale by ket now-Mitch Edwardsat

Hoover administration is opposed to cancellation of

t war debts says Secretary Mellon, but he claims( itis the'duty Smith's Service the BlockSAUL'S

y1 of ."responsible officials" to investigate"'the ability of debtor _

;; nations to pay this country. Ability of taxpayers"of 'this '

country to pay the increased taxes of the Republican administration Station '

",' ? has never crossed Mr Hoover's mind his "relief"

: attempts being confined to moratoriums to foreign countries Starke, Fla. 'WHERE LOWER'PRICES RVLE '

who are rather heavily, indebted to Uncle Sam. .. Cosvtwa" rest York H 4 TTIGas. ,

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