Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
Creation Date:
December 23, 1932
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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E. 8. Matthews, Owner and Publisher
Subscription-For Year $1.50; Sif Months 75e-I-ayable In Advance -"

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ForsuthK.O.'sVinzant Baxley Released Applications to Be Made Green Opposes New County OfficialsTale .1

stal ReceiptsLag In Gainesville Arena For Red'Cross Clothing;

i Before Suprised Fans Mostly Men's and Boy's Collier Beer Bill

BehindAs Under Big Bond Office On Jan. 1 k

Vasco Forayth, local fighter, ex- Mrs. N D. Walawrlght, chair- ; ,:rt

I ercised a vicious right at the City man of the Bradford County Red I

,Club arena in Gainesville Tuesday Following Wreck Cross, announced this week that In Short Speech

Year Closes I night to make a clean knockout in AppllcaUons will be received Tues-

the second round over Jimmy Vin- 'day for men's and boys' clothing, 3 Courthouse Changes p
[ of which have been arriving Eighteenth
zant a highly touted boy from shipments "Contlletlt1tll M}
.Mlddleburg Man Fatally Injured f,
Jan few weeks. .
In $M'7.86 Before Tavares. j I during the past [ Amendment He Says Refuses -
Take In Accident Near Highland
I to second According to the Gainesville I :Most of the clothing on hand consists to Be Questioned 1'Ya
Staff Sunday Night
I Sun, local fans were surprised at of men's overalls Jumper --.r- Men .
the outcome of the battle since suits work.hlrts and pants, underwear According to news dispatches, Eight New .
of Mlddleburg. PI"fs'I" Cellophane
of the race is on. I Vlnzaat entered the ring with a Robert L. Baxley, and boy's overalls, knickers Rep. R. A. Green of the Second '( ,,
lest with manslaughter: In con- o
starke Most office ,/a coming reputation of having ,won his past charged nection with the death Sunday and underwear. Applications Florida District, In the five minutes Newest Innovation Old Boards Meet Jan X and FtalsU" l\, 1

the home stretch with the eleven fights by knockouts. It Is also of should be made Red Cross alloted to him Tuesday to Business- Ww Boards %
of :Martin Padget
of 18000 Just a tantalizing said that he once battled!Forsyte night released Wednesday headquarters. Mrs. =Prank Hoover address the House on the S.2 percent Even the strawberry does Me t Ird

out of reach. Up until himself, to a near knockout In, Mtddleburg, was will be chairman distribution. beer bill, cited constitutional not seem to be Immune from -
from the county jail -
c. of this week receipts hadhed Jacksonville at the final bell of morning The shipment of another carloadof grounds for his objection to its the cellophane wrapping fev- Eight: new county officials wilt
a1 leaving exactly I under $2, OO bond. flour for Brsdford"'County has er. A. J. Grlffls says that the t
I T,462.14., their match there. fatally Injured when I passage. take office at the beginning t
.4 bA raised during thedays Padget was been approved and 'is expected to He subscribed to'the view submitted local growers have been con- new year. The Board of County !
n.n .w remaining-- before January his automobile, driven by Baxley arrive within the next two, or three by the minority members of tacted by the manufacturerof Commissioners and the School
| collided with, another car In which
Jones Test CaseArgument Mrs. Sarah E. Murrel waa return- weeks.County's. the House committee on ways and ,a machine that wraps a Board will gather for meeting s nfIs --

ether or not the goal will be from the funeral of her daughter means to-wit: That 3.2 per cent pint of berries In cellophane the old member on Monday, January i;; (y

[Ihed \Impossible to telL :Mon- Ing, Manona :Murrell, who was shot alcoholic content beer Is Intoxicating before placing them in cups. 2, to finish up their work and t.

[ moreis than $70 dollars were Heard in Jacksonville Friday by Mrs. C. Float and therefore In conflict with The object of the wrapping turn it over to the newly constituted -. : '.; ,. Y

\In, and Tuesday receipts R. Frazier, The accident occurreda the Eighteenth Amendment How Is to keep the berries clean boards the next day. ''I 1 r'1;.'
to around $50. The usual south of Highland. he arrived at this conclusion was and add to the attractivenessof Two new members of the school

ii toped of Christmas mall has helped short Mrs Murrell distance and C. E. Williams, On Honored List not stated. So long as this amendment the pack. However Mr. ,board will take office at this time ? ';.A

J situation\ and receipts'Bhould Legality of Plan of Undertakers former husband of Miss Murrell, remained on the Constitu- Grlffls says that he Is doubt- W C. Manning, who defeated H. ( +

Inue to Increase during the relater Selling Burial Service Being injured. R. K. Rand, tion, he said, he would oppose the ful whether consumers, who D. May In the second district: and r!
were slightly i
of this week, unless f Considered who was a pallbearer enactment of any bill, which in his are now wasting many valuable J. H. Kelly who defeated A. B. ,
Jacksonville Bradford's
of Sponsors
cut too many names., In Spite of Rain Judgment, conflicted with it. HavIng minutes each day tryingto Surrency In the third district. J. {
kites riding
at the funeral, was Not "Give tTp .
n their lists this year. In a test case involving the De- I immediately behind the Do taken the oath four times to break into packages of T. Moore Was reelected from district ;
in a car The Ship. .
a the meanwhile, two bills, that Witt C. Jones Company of Gainesville Murrell machine, and witnessed support the Constitution, Representative chewing gum, cigarettes and one.

ill to be about swamped In the Supreme Court, on De- ;j, the crash. He reported that the fell Bradford;: ? Countystrawberrles Green said he could not candy, will ,want to spend The new Board of County Commissioners t

i,6resslonal red tape, will save cember 15,. beard oral arguments automobile belonging to Padgett, Rain on Saturday-one of the I In good conscience vote for a bill the '"extra time tearing will contain three new ,F-d

( situation If one of them can on the question of whether undertakers the direction, ,which contravened that Instru- through the tough paper to members: L. L Conner, who defeated "
in same When It was
dug out and passed in time. The violate state insurance laws swerved travelling in front of the other car. few not wanted.days in history Thie' fme;{ however, I i ment. He said also that in his get to their strawberries. J. G. Crews in the second i' :,'.!

inner Bill would provide that when they sell contracts or policies The Padgett automobile turned rain in Gainesville where opinion the lawyers of the House district Mallory Thomas, who defeated 'i ,y
shall to burial the was who favored the Collier bill really J. L. Underbill In the third a
Second entitle the purchaser
ces of the which over several times, and knocked the county's big red[[and white i
Third Clams in return for regarded It as contravening the and O. W. Andrews, who '
death district
to the at !
reduced services off the roadway "
i be :Mrs Murrell's car float was .takfng'p..rt: in the California
are made Eighteenth Amendment. R. T. Osteen in district t; '
annual receipts installment payments
their certain It-to turn
but did not cause Day parade.Despite Outlook
t than $8,500. A new bill Intro- during life. over. a.drizalethat threatened ,"1 do not believe, Green con- Crop five. The two remaining members, "\ i
Graafleld of :Massa- raised in quo war- cluded, "that the framers of the J. :M. Rosier of district one and O- ;
ed i by Mr. The issue was Padgett suffered a fracture of to turn into a..down pour at any '
that one brought in the Democratic national platform W. Hinson of district four, were, .
dtts would provide ranto proceedings of the brain of
concussion All.Florida parade
the skull, minutes, the "+f
of the annual attorney general ver- which contained a plank in favor Some Improved unopposed In the election. '
idred per cent name of the and fracture of both legs. He was [floats began as scheduled, stretchIng t '
98 receipts, Including money sus DeWitt C. Jones Co. The court carried to the Duval County Hospital Its rain-blended colors the full of the immediate modification of New faces to be seen in office) '

er fees, be credited for the an- departed from the usual procedure In a DeWitt C. Jones ambu- length of University'Avenue. the Volstead Act Intended that the'" at the court house after January X T9"
of offices. heard arguments in the Constitution should be vloliated. Shows are: El. K. Perryman, who will take, ,
1 classification post when It lance and died from his injuries at Because of the Inclement weather Report Soon to Be Released!
reach $8,000) afternoon and then According to the Associated the office of county Judge succeeding -r
/ receipts do not test case in the 11:15: o'clock Sunday night. many sponsors deserted their Some Increase In Demand.
iartsed advisement. Press,, It. was a hectic six hours A. Gardiner A. J.
bills Geo. ;
I neither of the above took the matter under Deputy O. B. Sapp, who Investi- posts and rode in cart behind their
the that were spent debating the 3.2 For Products Will take the office "
in who
office will brought Thomas, ;
the Starke post The case was gated the accident, arrested Baxley floats, but Bradford's fair representatives -
to third class July 1. Alachua County circuit court some Jail. the bill. Unruly and sarcastic, in ao of clerk of circuit'court succeed- $ ..'
I back .. and brought him to the county refused to "give!' up Fla.-Florida farmers IlSi
tion and word, the members aban n. and N. D.
At-that time JudgeA. lug W Alderman'' '
months ago. He was charged with criminal negligence ," and were rewarded by being with "'
ship :
face the 1933 crop year ucced.
himself and I doned their dignity. Wainwright: who E. ,W. '
SENDS V. disqualified In
Long winning
PREME COURT and recklessness oper- listed among the five floats in demand of
a decision freely exchanged Party some Improvement .... tax assessor o tj.County
LAKE BACK TO PRISON Judge A. Z. Adklns tendered an automobile, and bond was honorable mention. Hayes
ating farm products expected, slightly .
not insurance lines were disregarded. officials.who.,remain in
that the plan was set at $2, OO by County Judge Yards and yards of red and Increas
increased feed
Court therefore did not violate (> Several members who attempted, supplies, office for another term are; Sher- .
The Florida Supreme George A. Gardiner He will be white crepe paper, want into the less I
laws: to interrogate Rep. Green went unnoticed Ing consumption of'peanuts iff W. J. Tax Collector b,
Lake, state insurance I Epperson
Forrest the of circuit )
that the term of the float and K
ictday held tried In spring making ; repre- tobacco In storage, and a rather L '
as he said he did not care
for the Superintend
to attorneys C. A. Knight, County
Sanford bank president According court. aentend days of hard work by
involved to be Interrupted In his limited bad cotton situation, according ent A. J. Grlffls and*II. C. Wall
state the plan
nvlcted of violating the Jones Company, women of the-town, not to mention I. time. the crops outlook report soon to &,
nklng laws, must return to the is known as the Southern Burial TAXES EAT UP lZ PER CENT several husbands who were made be released by the Florida Agri- Supervisor of Registration
; .
various '
alford prison to complete his Plan. Undertakers in OF TIlE FARMER'S INCOME to sit up nights doing the'.unac cultural Extension Service.
to United Press dispatches
1 According
sentence. Lake's case parts of the state have adopted It, customed work of cutting ruffles. Welfare Association
ree year The hay and grain crop In the
the House of Repr..entatlvea
me before the supreme court in making the case of state-wide interest Taxes on farm property absorb Besides crepe paper, decorations Wednesday passed the Col- United States is slightly largerthan Asks Help .for Poor4, : ;

beas corpus proceedings to test nearly twelve per cent of the grossfarm consisted of strawberries and lier Beer Bill by a vote of 230 to a year ago, while in the
e validity of his sentence. The DeWitt C. Jones Companyhas income of the United States Misses Hazel Middleton, sponsor, 105. Sale of beer will be entirelyup Southeast supplies are somewhat Do not forget to make your doe''

After serving about a year and contended that the insurance as compared with only four per Mary Canovov< Lois Adkins, Hope to the states. The bill carriesno below last year, and In Florida nations to the Welfare Association ', jr

half of his three-year sentence, Is a personal service and not In cent before the warHorace Bow- (Haynes and Lula Redgrave, The restrictions whatever. Florida's they are slightly increased Livestock this year. Gifts of clothing, canned

t obtained his release on bondr surance.It ker, president of the American Agricultural last mentioned, however, were by constitution, however, will <. numbers< in Florida are increasing goods, fruit and toys will be ,

Circuit Judge A. Z. Adkins is understood that It operates Chemical Company recently no means the least, for as the the sale of beer unless amended prevent and It would seem that, appreciated. Kindly leave your ?+'
eld that he had been sentenced through a man and wife Joining a asserted in an Interview of Gainesville Evening News put it, of farmers should continue, grow donations with :Mrs. W. F. Jones, "
In the next session the
properly and remanded him to burial league for a stipulated sum New York City This means, tie "Bradford County displayed Its ..-, legislature. all of the feed for Mrs. C. A. Futch or :Mrs. O. P. V a //k'

rial court in Seminole county for and then making monthly payments said, that farmer must give three principal product, strawberries, Florida, through her representatives The 1032 acreage of commercials'' Raymond not later than Saturday; 8

sentencing. A funeral worth a stipulated times as many bushels of'corn, but the outstanding feature Abe voted two for and one I peanuts in the United States was morning as baskets will be distributed

eH1NOSLEY amount is given to these wheat, or other, products for the float was fivbeautifulgirls., against the Collier bill. Reps. Ruth 12 percent larger than last year Saturday afternoon. .

LAKE CHURCH members uponthe death of each.J support of the government than be First prize for ft he best float Bryan Owen and Thomas Alva Yon but- yield was low and the crop Mrs Q. 1". Raymond, , .

did in the years before tae war. ; wend to"Dixie IGoUnt'-'t\U,rep.e nJ. Voted for the while R. A. was six percent less, but 24 per I I f
There will be services at Kingsley BIG CROWDS TURN OUT "In paying twelve per cent of ed at "typical'hurting',scene" ,Sec Green voted "','No." The fourth cent above the average for the In storage Is now 13 percent I

*ke Baptist Church, Sunday Dec. TO SEE NEW CHEVROLET his Income in, taxes, the farmer ond prize'wsa'Won by Rotary In- member ef the Florida delegation, last five.years. The carryoverof I less than a year ago.. Consumption ., "'

A 10:30: o'clock. All members bears a very unjust portion of the ternational' and third byr the Florida Herbert'. Drane did not answer 1931 peanuts was considerably! Is still declining but at a. .

please be present Lord's Supper Hundreds of people from allover taxes of the United States. The State College for Women. to the roll call. larger, but consumption was greatly -: slower rate. Acreage In 1933 may
welcome visited the show rooms In our Winning honorable mention were: be larger, and disease and weather -.
"nil be served. Everybody's the county farmer is the one pop- [ ? increased. In the five extreme k r
of the Torode Chevrolet Company ulation who is bearing the full Bradford, Citrus, Seminole, and AT TilE STARKE HOTEL Southeastern .states the highest conditions are likely to be more

J. I* Sllcox, Clerk. during the day and evening Sat- brunt of the depression. Not only the cities of Tampaand DeLand. acreage on record gave a produc- favorable. Exports, which take

urday to view the 1933 model of does he pay a substantial part of Recent guests at the Starke Ho- tion less than last year, and the about two-thirds of the American t
this famous General :Motors product -I in direct taxes, but he crop, are now the lowest In many {
STARKE PLAYERS SELECTED his income Cool Week Slows tel included, Mr. and Mrs. T. R. carry-over from the 1931 crop was ..i
Indirect taxes: and are not likely to continue -
also pays the many Chalds Hartford, Conn., Mr. and small. In 1933 more favorable con- years 1t
Coaches in the Central Florida :Much favorable comment waa the same as do the other elementsof Mrs. W. C. Forbes, Hartford, ditions are likely, and reduced declining sine foreign stocks
and heard regarding the new car Farm products Plant City Crop the of weeders and are low.
Conference met recently sewed our population. Conn., Mr. and Mrs J. L. :Mansfield acreage, use 4
first and second all-confer-: which presents a radical departurein I are selling at pre-war prices yet Mrs. Mina Mansfield, Miss other labor saving devices, and The supply of American cotton '

fllCe teams for the 1932 campaign styling from the cars of former the prices 'he pays for manufactured Plant City Dec. 20. Cool Leila Mansfield, Albion, N. Y., Mr. closer spacing seem in line. for 1932-33 Is 1,200,000 bales t

Starke failed to place any men on years. The 1933 edition presents former I products are considerably In I weather over the week-end wrecked and Mrs. N: J, Gould, Mrs. A. S. During the last year production greater than the total world consumption during +
tie Davis. many Improvements over of the pre-war level. In of flue-cured tobacco has decreased of American cotton
first team, but Mac excess possible chances for the load- Snell Miss Beulah Mansfield, Albion 'f
tackle and Eldredge Robinson, cars and Is built along the new other words his dollar Is worth ing of the first solid car of strawberries N. Y., Miss Myrtle O. Crump, 48 percent while consumption has the last two years In spite of
stream lines that are becoming so Is the dollar of the decreased 24 cent, and the a lowered production this year.
Wfback. were selected for positions much less than of the season Monday and Mrs J. N. Richardson, Tallahassee, per j

on the second string. popular. general public.'There after A car was started buyers decided Mr. and Mrs W. J. Palmer Bennett ..... ..

- Is no question but thatthe the feat impossible on a basisof W Palmer Punta Gorda, Mr. A of Human Souls
Located Here general tax system now la effect the amount of fruit in sight and and Mrs. James Aker and son Everett Tempest

Forestry'Station discriminates: against the pony refrigerators-were< turned to :Mass, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. IJI'

farmer, who constitutes 'one of the for shipping yesterday's. fruit.Indications Mitchell, 'H,S. Mitchell Geneva, of Prison Farm l lBy'L
most important parts "of our pop -'-were' lat.MO day af N. Y.,- Mr. and :Mrs. James See, Within Walls :

Sponsors Many Improvements ,ulatlon. The system continued ternoon that the day' loading',: J.fferson..N.H., Mr. C. H. Hunt,

':Mr. Bowker, "was unjust even before 'would be In the neighborhood' 'Jacksonville, Mr. and :Mrs. H. C.Rsulerson. -- of
and stress
I under F. CHAPMAN) a harbor of storm ,
I and after the war; now 11 ,OOO pints of berries' some Increase Saskatchewan, Can, (
(By L. WYMAN) ly every turpentine man now admits the' extraordinary economic conditions over the forwarding, last ll Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Wright, Boston Superintendent Florida State trial and temptation, of yearning {'
In a recent article, the lines of that he can use smaller hacks prevailing In the United which constituted the biggest Farm and strivings, of hopes and the
Friday ;
Y Y. :
:Mass, Mr. Young,
work Southern than he formerly did and get Justas Is unbear- Tallahassee, Dec. 17. On a stark fear of utter desperation., x ;
conducted by the States, the tax system day' movement through that W. B. Monk, Mr. J. C. Honda: ,'Cu-
I forest Experiment Station at much gum. Not every chipper able and intolerable to the farm date. stormy evening some years ago, I xx I w

SUrka were discussed. In the cuts the Ideal streak but there has er. He must be relieved of this Just when the first car will be Ueburg Ala. passed a long line of ships In a For here the battles of self restraint -

Present article I shall undertake been a definite improvement in discrimination, which can be ac- loaded here will depend largely COURT NEXT WEEK northern cove a part of the shipyard are fought out. and no>

j to how what changes have been this direction. Naturally removingless complished only by revision of upon the weather Monday's rain of Chesapeake Bay. Steel such battle Is won without the*

fight about by this work and wood permits a longer periodof methods of state and local taxa fall what there was of it, was The December term of county ships, covered with red rust, tiedtogether sight of failure and defeat repeated -

'bat they mean to Bradford operation so that the average tion. Such tax revision will require most beneficial to plants as well court will be held Tuesday Since In the harbor, waiting and relieved In desperate hand

County. working life of a face has been Increased substitute taxes-Income, as the cloudiness which gay max- this Is Judge Geo. A. Gardiner'slast for the end In such a peace as only to hand encounter with one's own Y

Any gross Increase In revenue from three to four years- sales, excise. In lieu of the excessive mum benefit >to the plants of the term, he Is anxious- to disposeof abandoned and useless ships could weakness x x i'

ill Bradford County indirectly af- up to about six years. general property levies now rain which felt If warm weather all cases on the docket. know. An Inglorious end far from i Battles Fought r ,
recta we will find the wide reaches of the sea and [ These battles for peace and honor !
everyone living In the Coun- Before many years imposed. This shifting of Is forthcoming the middle and lat the
The purpose of the Experiment operator. working trees seven or burden-wW naturally evoke opposition -, ter .put- of this week there Is the can be loaded for the long hauls to the occasional charges of the storm not always are won. Less than rX '?0;

Station has beento, increase [eight years with continued high notwithstanding Its fatrn. possibility! that* car maybe load- the Christmas trade.' Tomorrow In thunder and rain and the up- a year ago, .aman slipped away

revenuel from the forest resources .yields. An increase of two or ... However. such revision of led I It'cold.,wave> comes fruit can' be loaded for southern reaching of the waters from the from the dairy one night A ,full ''
ogress has been made already' 'three years work per face means -state-- and--- -- -local- taxing methods Ing:' along;those possibilities. romp-I points for the Christmas' trade but deep. xxxRaiford trusty he was About twenty

tad ways to further increase rev- over 60 per cent Increased revenue must come; the farmer cannot be null and void. prices are not likely to be as strong .. no such harbor- I months of a two and a half yearsentence

wues have been made public although from naval stores. expected to bear the tsjr burden-of 'Th 'Dover" Grower''_ association as for the northern points. thought it .. a harbor none the had been served Downthrough

., they have not always been Few Now Doable Face the country forever." had their big: day of the season Yesterday volume here brought I.... In a sense It Is a sheltered the woods to :Macclennyhe

i ,"opted u yet., In the second place >it bAa been last Friday when a, total of 2300 the season's movement to approximately cove established by the State for sped, and shortly after the
that trees under little the definite .work of" harboring chase through the night, ?
*,, Cut Smaller Stripe pretty well shown SHIPPED pints of berries' were loaded at 60,000 pints or a
, The diameter produce so FEW BERRIES storm pressed craft But it Is the Here he fell over a log and smashed -
In ,
, :ithat nine inches In Dover at an average price of 20 over. The price range generalon ,
to been .demon ttintetd east been little gum.; that It Is not worthwhile to have cents the pint A considerable increase the yard yesterday was from stormiest harbor' between Pensa- his flashlight Hers he stoppedto
that Not all operators -* Cool weather seems I cola and Key .West "vial Jackson change his prison clothes to
them. ,
the cutting away of a very chipping In this in fruit was anticipated for IT to 21 cents the pint a comparatively
berries .
this this yet but slowed up ripening fruithowever ville. It '111 not.a harbor of peace:. civilian .garb.1' Her he waded
strip of wood each week..le have accepted quarts were the first of thlr week with plenty -small,amount of the "i
*!* as removal I restrict work on their own section. Only nineteen be filled. bringing over -20 cents at all, in which men'Ilka'craft are through a pond to throw the dog '
the many orders to -
tit more sizes while shipped out of here by expressduring of Christmas until the rust of they off the traIL Here he satdown..
rood to the larger said It looked like away
7 lderably wood. Once trees week. It Is understood Today is expected to be a good It was
4monstrated ones on leased the past to acouad & places. than as &klesl candidates -
the Improved praxs- working smaller the local yard as It will be average would : 3
went out day on
crates 0.)
tke oas It la the timber owner'e'Continued that several the for Davy Jones' Locker. It ,(Continued on page ;
. been adopted In varying Umber. truck. the final day. upoa which berries I 19 1-2 or 20 cents _pint. I
ktrees 4.) by
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family of Jacksonville, spent the I meeting was won by Mr. Maxwell's touch with R. P. Jones or W. C. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of.,'is the main point. The writer ties, lumber, and turpentine "

*' HAMPTON week-end here as the guests of her room grade IX, which showed Wooten. Webster were' visiting here Sun stated that he has lived in the flat- be doubled and tax burdens
he could observe but erred ) 11 j
parents. Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch. i a percentage of 54 6-10 per cent Officers Elected day. i woods where II

Mlmm ...... ]1'1......*. c... Miss Gladys Brown of Jasper Is !"I The program follows: Primary A* a meeting Lawtey LodgeNo. Mrs. F. R. Carradine was shopping I it was not his business to do so. Is Finally the correspondent: In

here for some time visiting: her Songs, First Grade; Obedience Iva Tuesday in Jacksonville Monday.T. it reasonable to think that he could tributlllg severity or
. 180 F. & A. M., held western
1 Joseph B. Ackley sister, Mrs. J. G. BryantMrs. I+II Mae Lewis; Speaking a Piece, Neta night the following officers T. Blackburn and O. J. Phil draw as accurate deductions from to a non-burnllli

The funeral of the Rev. Joseph EX Harvey was in Jackson Stokes; Christmas Spelling, Kel were elected to serve during 1933: lips were in Jacksonville Wednes- his observations as men with wid- himself In the category othe

B. Ackley of Hampton and East villa last week visiting; her son, mer Baxter; A Flower Carol, Mar T. T. Blackburn, W. :M., O. H. day. er contact with fir, who have been experienced men" Of when

, 'p + Hartford Conn., was held from the Ressle Harvey who lives at that Howard; The Old Flag Forever Pearce, S. W., R. A. Grlffis. J. W., Miss Beverly Cady of Starke was trailed and whose business it is complains. A different son
r Joella' Clouds Orine Pad- visiting Mrs. I* F. Dinklus Tues- unbiased conclusions T tree branches close to
city. Barry; to draw the
It. Methodist Church of Hampton, O. A. Anderson, Treasurer, O. J. thick C1'o
::1.... p Wednesday at 2 p. m. The Rev. gett; December W. B. Swilley; Phillips Secretary.Both day.L.. They cannot afford to make mistakes brush often simUar to

Charles Mathlaon of Waldo officiated Christmas Eve Gordon Hodge: the Baptist and Methodistchurches H. Hill, Jr., who Is attending and be wrong. big scrub country east of Ot
A Johnnie Ree the University of Georgia, at Athens very dry parched
' September Gale
i assisted by Rev. Bemjamln I will have Christmas programs Damage Varies conditions,,
i Montgomery of High Springs, Fla GRAHAM 'Cone; The Cadis Decisions, an tonight (Friday) at 7:30.: Ga., .U spending: the holidayshere The statement Is inade that "in Bible winds for and steep slopes are I'\s!
at the borne of his parents, destruction
Arabian dramatized the
The Rev. John Pearce, of Stafford III.. RIIB: .J........ c... story, by Have you paid your dues to the any section of the country where these western ca
Springs Conn., a member of the fourth grade pupils. local committee of the Red Cross? Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill. I I fires burn regularly every year- fires. We T 1,1
J. H. fought on
Mesdames E. B. Wells, one fire
fll with i
+, same conference as Rev Ackley If not do so at once as through will find legions of trees-undamaged 160
Miss Ruby Mae Jones and Lee L. A. and H. R. Brown, T. C. Biggs, A. H. Harley W. B. Torode you for six weeks with a fire free
his the efforts
paid a tribute to memory. of the Red Cross considerable by fires. To a certain
beautiful floral Byrd ci Tampa, are bere to spendthe Hazen and H. P. Gainey weretransacting attended the Eastern Star meetingat miles long in Central Idaho
There were many suffering has been relieved extent that Is true. It Is not the has
Christmas holidays. business in Gainesville Starke Monday evening. one to see these fires
Members of the Hampton ; in this section.The truth however. Much depends to lib
;" offerings. whole stand them.
Jack Simmons and W. R. Thomas .
; Masonic Lodge acted as pall. Friday. correspondent will appreciate upon the season of the year

is bearers. The body will be taken of Mounteocha, were visiting Mrs. Bedla Conerly of Okeecho- any items of Interest that you West Palm Beach,_ Bridges when fires occur and there is always Keep Within Rights

t north next springs. I', friends here Sunday night bee t spent last week-end here with may know of and will be pleased across Lake Worth to be repaired the possibility that these As Justification for expr
Mr. and Mrs. EL J. Yarbrough of
+ Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Meads of her mother Mrs. ,Sally Mott to Include If handed in not later preparatory to dredging new coast- areas with young trees escaped myself I would say that I h|
be backto
Waldo will
soon moving
it'' Jacksonville, were visitor here this, community. They will reside Mrs. L. A. Mints and Mrs. Ed than: Tuesday night of each week. al canal. burning "every year." If during a fought fires In New England

i last Sunday. They were accompanied with Billy McEver. Mr. and Crosby of Jacksonville spent a few O. W. Roberts has closed a leaseon longleaf pine mast year fire burns zona. New Mexico. Montana,

'rk', home by Mr. Meads' mother Mrs. R. M. Johnson and family days here with the former's par the Griff warehouse whereinhe Jacksonville Lane Drug Store prior to seed fall and perhaps does redo, Texas, Louisiana and Flor

B. D. Meads, who baa been the will occupy the house vacated by ents Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey, will carry a large stock of opened at Main and Monroe not occur the following year so For the_.__past. ten years I have t s

guest of her son, W A. Meads for Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tarbrough. Mr. and Mrs H. B. Crosby and crates, hampers and fertilizer for streets.. that the longleaf seedlings are two the pine tree crops of BradU(

several months. Hubert Brown of Starke was Lyon and P. A. Crosby were at- our local growers. years old before fire runs through Clay and adjacent counties bj

Rev. McOauley will preach at the here Sunday. tending to business in Jacksonville Fine Berry Crop Mayo-Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Fish them then it Is entirely possible up almost 100 per cent Four y

L Baptist church next Sunday morning Rev. Taylor of Hampton filled ] Monday. The farmers of this section have opened restaurant in L. and I.. that many will survive later annual experience in Louisiana and ij
3 and evening. A Christmas Those who attended the Monroe street will not Texas flatwoods have helped
his regular appointment at the play the best prospects for a bumper building on fires but they go un
9 program will be rendered from ten Baptist church Sunday.C. presented by the Brooker P. T. A. have had In -- damaged. This statement is basedon appreciate the fire problem I u
strawberry they
+ forty-five to eleven o'clock prior to O. Lewis of Alachua and S. at Bell Friday night, besides those several years crop and If present season Cross City-West part of Joseph observation and accurate countsof seen the results of protection!
the service. III the were: Audrey and Clifton remodeled preparatory to the lands of the Great South!
preaching L Prescott of Ziff were business play continue there will be a record building survival under these conditions
tI) A B. Y. P. U. will be organized visitors here Friday. Polk Mary Sue Mott, Mr. and breaking crop produced here this occupancy by United 5 and 10 cent contrasted with trees growing Lumber Company and elsewh,

at the Baptist church next Sunday Mrs. H. H. Howard and daughters store. where no fire has occurred. But The crux of the whole situat!
season. The largest ever
I evening at six p. m. Luree and Marzle Mrs. M. P. Ma- here Is the point which bas been la this. Believe what you win L
Is set this and most
season plantsare
Card of Thanks theny Misses Mary Alice Gaboon well matured. The Railway Maw anna Considerable build- overlooked. Only In a very small no one has a right to Interfere v\{

We want to thank the friends BROOKER Zell Waltts Juanita Dukes Mal- and SeaboardAir ing activity underway in this vi- part of the flatwoods Id the landas his neighbor in the handling of f

i' and neighbors of Hampton for colm Lewis, Pur/la Hazen and G. Express Company cinity. completely stocked to young[property. If I want to bi

their kindness and sympathy at Ml. V>r. Onlner, Cor. E. McQauley.LAWTEY. make Line much Railway needed are improvements going to trees as it should and might be.i (which I don't) well and goodI L

the time of the sickness and death Winter Park Bookery, corner have no right to fire my Delbor's
j', In shipping facilities here at the We are growing a half or third
of the Rev. Joseph B. Ackley of P. T. A. Meets platform.- New England and E. Park avenues, crop of young trees Instead of a I I 1 woods any more than I h,

Hampton, Fla. On Wednesday, Dec. 14th, the Mesdames G. W. Roberts Gladys painted.TO full crop. The reason is that fires a right to burn the weeds in
yard burn his
h Mrs. Mary V. Ackley, Brooker P. T. A. met in regular Rowe were shopping In Jacksonville killed half to two-thirds of the lit- house t.
Mrs. Rose Watson. BURN OR NOT TO BURN fences. The lack of any guar
j monthly session. The school children tle trees usually before they were
O. J. Phillips Cor. Tuesday. L. ) tee of property rights Is a aerlJ.,
gave a short program, which Through the funds supplied by (By Wyman. three or four months old. The long- drawback to the development !
followed leaf seeds fall and sprout in October -
was by an Interestingtalk
the relief committee of the Reconstruction -
wild lands in this: state.7anforrne.
{> Heilbronn SpringsMI. by Mr. A. J. Thomas of Team Organized Finance Corporation con. In a recent letter to the Clay and November. Any fire

Starke based on the subject, I Under the direction of R. P. slderable improvements have been County Crescent a correspondent during that winter will kill the

.. Thvlma. Rhoden. Cor. "Footprints on the Sand of Time." : Jones, coach and W. C. Wooten made in and around our city by expressed his opinion about the little trees and unsprouted seeds.

it The audience also enjoyed a short manager we have a first class basketball leaning up brush and digging effect of fire on timber growth and Such fires often skip little spots

crowd talk by the Rev. G. P. Raymond of team organized here. ditches. survival in the South and West.In and on these spots a few trees survive. -
{ r' There was a very large
Starke. Through the efforts of the the first place he states that .. Without fire the whole area
attending the dance at the home Mr. E._J.. Roberts was a visitor
1 of Misses Beatrice and Eva Underbill The latter part of the meetingwas men of the city and city council, to Jacksonville Tuesday.V. "in hU opinion" lecturers on forest would be reseeded. Later fires kill

Saturday night. devoted to the discussion of we have a fine court and expectto R., Reddish was in Plant City fires ->re Inexperienced men with : some of the survivors and stunt

J :Mr. Russell Judd was the guestof various business affairs. The be able to have night gamed in FrIday and Saturday.Mr. Imaginations. We will grant that 'the rest as long as they scorch off

Miss Beatrice Underhill Saturday Christmas exercises sponsored by the near future. In the first gameof and Mrs C.' R. Whltehead there are all sorts of lecturers. the "straw" or leaves. Withoutthe
the P. T. A. will take at the Some are much less experiencedthan leaves
night place the season, played on the local were visitors to Jacksonville Sat- the plant makes little or
school house the afternoon of defeated others but the men with little
on court Lawtey Speedsters no growth. Continued complete
1 Mrs. Pearl Carnal and baby arepending urday.
Dec. 23rd. a fast Baldwin team Friday afternoon Mrs. experience have been guided by removal of the leaves will kill the
this week with her grandparents Bryant Reddish of Jacksonville -
The banner for the greatest per 24 to 22. Any team wishing the experiences of older men well plant. Partial removal merely
and the week-end
}) Mr. Mrs. J. C. demons. spent here visiting -
e centage of parents present at the a game is requested to get In friends and relatives. qualified to form reliable opinionson stunts its -growth. Anyone who
the fire damage. Men like H.
that it
--- doubts can by stripping -
Quite a few people were R. P. Jones Saturday opened a prove
young I
N. Wheeler of the U. S. Forest the leavea'off a house plantas rubbing In ... No lo.
1, ti t visiting the home of Mr. and Mrs. Endowed Choirs Would modern grocery store in the build Service and State Forester H. L. No messy

c, Romey Crawford Friday night. ing formerly occupied by W. M- Baker are not inexperienced men. fast as they open up. drawn Out treatments. From the 6

i Mr. Hunt of Heilbronn left Frl- Bryan east of the depot. Why Burn At All r Instant you use It, a new beauty
have had the benefit of observation -
} .day night fror Macon Oa., to I II Lift Musical Standard Miss Emily Kennard spent the They not only in Florida but So far we have discussed only yours. A loft.. Alluring (htoned

? spend several days with his wife I II I week-end in Jacksonville.We also In many parts of the United longleaf pine. Slash pine loblollyand complexion that rr"':

ti who is 111 there. are pleased to. report that States both East and West Theseare other native pines are much Beauty and Dignity. Begin' t. dj

Mr. Crow Jones returned Sunday Mrs. H. B. Arwood, who has been less fire resistant and their occur-
men with a background of 20
night from Marlon county where mri) seriously Bleat the Lamb Hospital years or more of acquaintancewith rence restricted to places which ORIENTAm.

he and others have .been deer I In Starke returned home Saturday fire and Its effects.' seldom burn is a witness to this.

41 y hunting. greatly Improved. As to the danger from /fires In a CREAM
It is their BUSINESS to observe
;? ; Mr. D. L. Kite spent Sunday ILL.4) :4I CorrectionIn and know the facts-and their rough, we are on a par with the

night In Jacksonville the guest of the last Issue of the Tele- present positions in responsible correspondent there because we FI..h ..
his brother have not much reliable Information ahadea.
Mr. Alvin Kite. flOURAUD
graph in giving the list of officers jobs indicate that they have succeeded .
t + Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Moore and for the city a. mistake was made. I In their business-that they on this point. It is reasonableto ? 51'
daughter, Rosa, attended church I suppose that fires are hotter in : ". .
The mayor's race was won by A. know. the facts.
at Union Sunday.LITTLE A. Griffis. Don't Lecture to Hold Job a two or three year rough than in .

tfy In spite of the depression our city Lecturers are not as the letter an area burned annually because

has shown an increase in buildIng said "often lecturing to hold a there Is more to burn But why OVI:. WORlfD

SPRINGSWillie in the past few months among job.| Fire Is only a part of for burn at all?
Under fire with favor NERVES
those recently completed is the estry., Other jobs would open up protection
Mae Newsome, Cor. handsome home of F. R. Carradine. to these men if fires were entirely able local sentiment the number of
accidental fires will be small and
Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin of eliminated "or as nearly so as Is

the State Farm were visiting relatives practical. Forest thinning management the total acreage burned may be
l :Mrs. C. L. Carter and daughter, / 6 kept to a very low figure. It Is
here Sunday.Mr. to obtain high timber pro-
Janet made a business trip to I r the intentional fires which are
'' and Mrs.-. H. Moore were duction and good lumber gradesare
r Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. out for miles which account
In Jacksonville forms of
shopping Tuesday. productive forestry
Willie Mae McDonald Is for ages burned under
'c Mesdames James T. Moore, T. I work needing attention.The large acr
r spending a few weeks with her Controlled
fire protection. experiments
3 J. Terry, Q. Wt Brown were among correspondent claims that
mother, Mrs. Perry Newsome. the relative from
the shoppers In Jacksonville Sat there has been a vast supply od J on damage
There was a very nice crowd at annual or periodic fires are under
urday. > timber in.Florida and that yearly h
,the birthday party and weiner to obtain formation
more on
T. J. Terry was transacting business fires are responsible for their pis. r
roast given by Mr, Simion There be
Phillips this question. may some
in High Spring Wednesday.R. ervatlon.
Friday night for 'difference of
F. Moore of Hamlet, N. C., Is The first fact Is granted but ground opinionon
We wish everybody a Merry this On the other
very point. points
spending the holidays here visiting'i whether or not more timber would
; Christmas and a Happy New A : relatives and friends. I I have been available with less fire there' Is none.
l year. I There is one matter which is

M1 sometimes overlooked. Even more _I N'iii #%';; "

important than amount of roughIn

I RAIFORDRed I 'Do You Know? + I fire determining is the period the damage of year done and by U.very nerve year at ears high In the

Kerce, Cot.Miss weather conditions at the time of No wonder you snap
Under conditions and bark at the
I .FL 0 burning. right a Watch ootl Overworked
t lire burn in an area which
may lead to &"&*+
Doris Moore nerves may
Harley Hlgjrlnbotham -
.r2lEN.NYS'D.N has been free from burning for Nervous Headache N"rvms -
and Donaldson Addl- ness.
several years without seriously Injuring < Indigestion and a Dad> of
son were in Gainesville Monday afternoon \ well established longleaf other unpleasant. disturbance.

where Addloon's small \ 7r pines. On the other hand we have Why don't you try Dr. M uerBff

brother was taken to the hospital seen places annually burned wherea ervesceat 1'1.' ...... Tablets?

there suffering with a broken leg. \,.. l fire a Just one fat a half glass atwater
occurring during spring
Miss makes a pleasant, .ParkIO
Lucy Bell McDonald Is here
drought has killed many trees soothin
r drink delightfully
spending the Christmas holidays Bng
large enough turpentining.An-
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. nual fires donot prevent severe to Dr.over-taxed MUesf nerves.Nervine .Is nowacad. '

McDonald, and with her sister Liquid and
loss under these conditions. in two forms-
and brother-in-law In Lake But Effervescent Tablet Both )have
Revenues Slay Be Doubled .
t ler, Mr. and Mrs. Ury O. Sapp t3 J:1lAtclo..4Ar : c'V'i With favorable local sentiment the same soothing aJfact.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. j-.j-UXf lJUrpSo drag star*
Tompklna 1 fire is ll. K) at year
enMer WMlwtw4gM.. ," protection 'feasible and
and family were In Jacksonville Io.4aw.IUpne.utr+trloxwn. ot.IM '
worth while in spite of occasional
last ri: K.MIL ES:
Monday shopping.A I Says Singer Advisingr small-town girl who cannot afford destructive fires in periods of.unusual -
: few ,
crates of strawberrieshave
a teacher musical environment droughts such
a as Florida experienced -
been shipped from the local r That Charity Begins by providing her with last,winter. Instead of !t'NERVINE

t platform from here in the last few '! at Home talented choir teachers. If she half a crop of trees a full crop can .
days. has real talent, she. will learn be TAHH.&TS;
i Oqlas Alvares was in Jacksonville I regularity. in practice poise from grown. Forest revenues from

last Wednesday on business. i New York City.-Let Amerl. appearing before an audience and

Mrs. -O. M. Alvarez and daughter can churches begin some of their inspiration and perseverance because -

Mrs. Minnie Wilds, and Mr.Ernest charity they start'at home a fund and for when foreign next teacher you or teachers have" given who inspire her a Wake Up Your Liver

Hewitt were in Lake City collection these qualities. v1NJVew'
missions, r.\'It pass the ( Bile
Monday afternoon shopping. plate and secure an endowment "Nearly all our very popular! zra y 's tl 4

Wilbur Sapp, who has been at for their own church choirs. I ballads tell a small town story .,iraw 1 7r Mh '-Without
Hot Springs Ark., for some time This is the advice of Flo Tennyson which the singer from the small .wd irt1.4. .,M "

: taking a medical treatment baa gifted American singer. town can interpret better than -

returned to his home here, and Is "Churches throughout small the city bred one. 'Cradle Of n tut bib b sot dashed d dr.V ap0'
Lovewhich I this And Trail Oat of Bed
singing Jump
American communities could am thd. ......
very much Improved. de./ -. II ,
tells real love
G. B. Reddish Bill Sapp and others to bring thousands happiness of and useful girls lives who yes, a country in the Morning Rarin to Go .. starts. VP l: ........ T.. "ft. .

attended the final game playedthe have vocal talent young Sf they would 'We've got just six little chicks thick,....t MM u4 rw Ito ..& /oa4.Ha

Gators In Gainesville Satur- assign. a greater part of the And a tiny little fence around ,'em. If yoa feel soar. and sank and the) ... Itria. ... ......... Tor W

church budget to their church One little pond and a toad. world looks punk,dont swallow a lot wale odes hd lea salad Tar4.terM

day.Ernest Hewitt, and E. L. Hewitt choirs," declares Miss Tennyson. Six little trees, all the year there's ef salts mineral water ca I. 1uat1YeIaIId7 p...oa.aIteea.oee.dd.
who teaches at Providence She considers the small-Own evergreen around 'em.' or chewing gum and eapuct CLRTER'ILlTi'l.SI.f

t by M. A. Blackwelder accompanied church choir one of the greatest "This means so much more I them to make you suddenly:: wet. VLRULS..sat qw t.o tom'd baa
at- training schools for singers, and to the girl who can picture this and buoyant and fun of sunshine.Tor ) eels ei1 b era 4ttiewW
.... .hoIr'" tea
tended the football In Gainesville -.j ......... :
game backs her belief declaring story from life, her own life. + c..u.i .. .
by ..
up .. -
think they can't da It. They only:: n. ...... ....., ,
Saturday.Miss that: if the bumbl. Many girls they must
Almeta beginnings of study In foreign countries and although the pelican (famed In prose and poetry Is generally man the bowels and a mere move nee...a.rbs wklq ..11--
Nancy and Aleen of most noted singers THAT
Hitch and sister Mrs. E. U were many traced our they would be foundIn sine ..foreign, area .J9dIck th I 1I. In,the mind with, sub-tropical 1 regions It I I. to be foundas Il1& Thr-. ....Melee aoe1F.
of Santa Fe in Spires mail-town church choir. cannot feel or understand: and far north as Southern Saskatchewan? Each year tarts numbers efpellesn ....lor your down-and-out feeling! ................,m.U-
were Jacksonville ji neglect entirely t help own homey migrate across the boundary to Saskstenewan and build their .is rone Bves It should pour out two lAde tIwr.....,...lw..MawLieu.
Monday. shopping. BIp Choirs ones. Give me American: songs nests on the shores ef the numerous 'lakes 'In that area. The photograph paaJIda liquid bile into your Dowels .UIt'IZI8 ea 1M sad ...... 1r.....

Mr. and Mrs. E. F, Cribbs and Bay the singer "Give the every time" shows a pellean-ln' the' process of taking off from Last Mountain Lake,. dnily.. ..Wpb,........... Oda M.
Saskatchewan; ---..-. ,. n. -| -

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-- THE CONTROL OF FIRE gresslve. Chronic hoarseness in DAIRYMEN MAKE SAVINGS r

any one over 35 years of age demands I.\

Written by a 7th grade pupil for very early examination be- Jacksonville, Fla. Dairymen ;"
:iSscinNixT: 7th grade Science class. cause this is the beginning of the : in Duval county who used silage '

People should be very careful of cancer age and It should be understood during November saved $15 per Fs !,
fire hazards, because they are that cancer of the larynx day by so doing, reports County b
things which catch fire by slow does not spread so early as cancerof Agent A. S. Lawton. He also

._ un __ __ ___ ___ __ __ oxidation. The fires are called other parts of the body. If an presented figures to show that $4 ''m' '
EditorinChiefHOPE LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD SANTA'S HELPERS THE LOCKET spontaneous combustion. Fire examination Is made during the per day were saved by those using ill ,''
HAYNESManaging hazards are soot-chimneys, wooden first month or so of the hoarseness winter grazing crops. a '
: ash barrels rubbish-filled cellars and cancer is discovered treatment .
(By Lester Schnell) I'Twas the twenty-fourth, the night (One of a group of short '
Editor and rusty flues. Fire hazards are may be successful, but If examin- Hang Christmas wreaths out- : ,
ROBINSON Once upon a time there was a before stories written by the seniors, } ''
J REDGE very dangerous. ation is delayed six months or ,side of the windows Instead of inside *
fl Not soul out the south woods which will be In the B.
of a was published
great halfback by the name 'w
Editor Forest fires are very dangerous more, the chances of recovery are .! the windows to make them
Exchange HARLEYLiterary Hary Tyson. Now, he had a grand- o'er. H. S. Journal.) to the Umber and also to the land. very small. last longer and stay fresher and ;
,ABBIE father the of John In- A few cabins were In the pines,
by name As far back as I could remem- The National Government has In any case of chronic hoarse prettier.
Editor man, who lived in the woods. Covered with dead 'tater vines.. ber I had always lived with my taken control of the forest and ness in an Individual who Is an- )
EDWARDS; So one day Harry set out to visit In one cabin, as the story does go, in small town.'
LUCILLE parents a Georgia has made rules for fire prevention. emic and underweight with a dry The oyster is equaled only by t
Sports Editor grandfather, who was sick in bed. 'Twas eight beds, all In a row. They had always been kind and! However these rules are not being cough, tuberculosis of the larynx liver In the amounts of Iron and I
JOHN INMAN In the woods between Harry's Indulgent; and while they were not used as they should be. Thereforethe must be thought of. Tuberculosisof copper it furnishes to the diet An + 'rr
house and his grandfather's, there Eight young 'tins with the shiny- wealthy, our home had always been, fire loss in the United states the larynx occurs late In! the disease ordinary serving of oysters will ,
Society Editor lived a fellow called Mac Davis. As black faces. comfortable. Being the only child, has Increased year by year, until and Is a grave sign and the furnish about 41 percent of the> '
JOYCE :MAST Harry was walking down the road All lay asleep right in their places.On I had found most of my play matesat at the present time,It amounts to individual must have the very best dietary standards from Iron. x'' ar'ti {
Class Reporters to his grandfather's, :Mac, who hid the mantle, eight socks hungthere the public school which I had over $1000 for every minute of of general treatment for recovery. .

Grade, Jennie Dunn In some bushes, saw him pass by always attended. When I was seventeen the day and night for the whole Local treatment of the larynx alsois Panama City Airport to be> =tip'.! '
12th Grade Bunnie Canova the road. Now :Mac always had (Full of holes, not even a matchingpair and a senior in high school year. necessary to relieve the pain. established here.Indlantown .

11th Marjorie Stump\ something funny up his sleeve, in- ). my mother called me one evening Fire exits should be used in aU There is probably no one "
10th Grade Louise Snyder cluding a funny bone. This time A noise in the. chimney; then and told me that she had some public buildings, so If the building symptom which more urgently Port Mayaca road ,,Vr{
th Grade, Haael Lennon he had a plan to give Harry a sur soot, thing she wished to tell me. After should catch on fire there wouldbe calls for early examination than opened for trough traffic. ,
f So he took a short cut and Old Santa descended, covered from ,_ .
prise. saying what she had to ten me plenty of places for the peopleto hoarseness; in early childhood to -
Joke Editors got to John's house before Harrydid. head to foot. was not easy to say she burst into get out without injuries. The ,prevent death from diphtheria or Eustla :Marsh Memorial Park
CLYDE :MORGAN He came to the door and tears. 'I tried to comfort Ler as- exits should be marked plainly. 'suffocation from croup or tumors; dedicated. i,
shouted: "Goodness, this will never do! suring her that she"should not These laws. In adolescence and early adult life
are building
fL G'S CHRISTMAS AND "Beat it, here comes Coach Lar- My clothes all smutty and my face, hesitate to tell me anything. Then Fire drills are required In to diagnose tuberculosis and Institute UmatUla Grounds of Harry- ? N, @t

'OURS son!I" tool! she dried her tears, and be&anher schools, factories, and other public adequate treatment; In ages Anna Home being beautified.. tr
John Jumped out the back win- I can never take my annual trip. story. Nothing could have when the catches beyond 35 years to discover can-
buildings building
century ago In the time of, dow and escaped. :Mac walked In Oh look! And there's a rip!I" surprised me more than, to hear fire the people will know how to cer before It is too late to save Bartow T. A. Blake opened'
and put on Harry's grandfather's Sighing, he sat on the sofa (horsehair from her that she not life. studio.
the custom was to bring own lips was march out slowly and not push. photographic Ar
pe'Yule log, on Christmas Eve. clothes and climbed Into the bed. ), my mother, nor was she any rela- I' Many children have been saved e ,)4 1
enormous log: was laid In the Within a short time someone And was soon snoring lying there. tion to me. It seemed that, as a I II from Injuries because they were MOTHER TO 100 PIGS Tampa South Florida Fair to ?$

(fireplace and lighted with a knocked on the door. i tiny baby, I had been left on their accustomed to fire drills, and be held here beginning January 31. 9 S, )
of last year's log: that had "Come in," Mac said. Eight boys, unseen, crawled from doorstep. Since all of their at- marched out like well trained sol Ocala, Fla. A brood sow that
carefully preserved. this In walked Harry. When he had beds, tempts to locate my real parentshad has farrowed 100 pigs and raised Plant City Water mains being'r r

it out during; the night It was seated himself at the bedside he Donned coat, gloves, jammed capson come to naught, they had keptme diers.When a person Is burned very; 00 of them was recently shownat taken up preparatory to relaying. t'ro"r''

omen of ill-luck. Mistletoe was exclaimed: heads as their own child. A year later badly, you should not soak the the Marion County ..n Club
af and the young: men were "Why grandpa, what big: hands Crept out the door to an autogiro, they had moved from New York to clothes off with water or pull them Contest She is owned by Arthur Stuart-Arthur Bentel opened ,
roltted to kiss the girls underThe you have!" "Get up, propellers, we got to go!" the Georgia town where we had off for it will burst the blisters, StcNeely and was his first pig hand laundry at site of old H1U-'
people of that day did not "The better to pass that old foot- We'll finish up for old Nick to- lived ever since. There had been, but you should use olive oil or crab sow. Arthur has been out- crest Laundry building. t f,

t to have the custom of eocuglog ball with," he said. night, however, two clues on which they vaseline. You should not use any- standing in his pig club work, win-
gifts as we do today anddo "And what large feet!" And get home before daylight." had based their search. When the thing but sterile materials.A 'ning the Thos. E. Wilson $50 gold Umatilla-Mr. and MrsA, C."n
not have the Yule log. On "All the better to kick the old Sawyers had found me I had worn person should not use waterto watch last year for being the best 'McMurlen opened brush factory.Bids ,

.Hjtmns Eve we bring* In the pigskin with" said grandpa. So- they stopped at a Santa's around my neck a thin, heart fight a gas or oil fire for the all around meat producing club ,
jlstmas tree. It is trimmed and "And grandpa, what a husky door, shaped locket in which was the water will go to the bottom and member In the state. I opened on more than $200-
M placed on It by each person. voice you have, he continued.- Looked down, "Gee, we needs an photograph of A.lovely-young-girt! the flrg-wlil come to tna tcp'ana t ,000 worth of contracts for proposed y r
i mistletoe is still used for decoy "The better to shout signals elevator." and a lock of golden hair. A few spread. To fight gas fires you :Mount Dora-Wm. C. Sleight Improvements to intracoastal '
but the custom that acqom- with, be returned. They caught in the chimney, not days later the Sawyer's had discovered should use a gas liquid carbon tetrachloride opening fruits, plants, nuts, etc., waterway between Jacksonville y
eel it is seldom carried out. "Gee, grandpa, how funny you trained, you know, at their front door a box which Is a non-com business In Sylvan Shores. and Miami.
till Christmas morning each per- look!" "I hadn't noticed that be- The way Santa did downward go. In which was four hundred thousand tmstile substance. Carbon tetrachloride ,

receives his gifts) from the fore." The master of the house peeked upa dollars In ten thousand dollar la used in pyrene fire extinguishers And the Worst is Yet to Come--
mae tree. Later In the morn- After looking more closely Harry crack, bills! The box had a label on which to fight gas fires. Baking ,.
the family may attend Christ became so frightened that he "Who's thar? Silence, then figures was typewritten "Miss Anne Saw- soda is used to fight gas and water
Mi-vices as they did in the ran out the door and didn't stop black. yer." Evidently whoever wantedto fires. All of these things are usedto
of Irving or, as the custom untU he got all the way home. "Oh!" and to bed on the run, get rid of me Intended that the control fire. 1 ..

i Is, listen to program, over -' "Santa did come during the de Sawyer's should keep me for good. Grade Pitzer, r
i radio JOKES pression." All of this knowledge coming at -e
Our Christmas dinner,served atWay "Humph! We'll leave this guy a once overwhelmed me'' completely.My HOARSENESSThis \ }
on such occasions usually, Malcolm: (After first practice burned-out match, emotions were somewhat var- 1 (! ? y ,
ts of turkey, cranberry scrimmage) : Who kicked me? He chased us out of his melon ied, and I wondered whether or ( is one of-a series of art I, w 'I
net and the many delicacies. We Coach Larson: It's all right, patch." not I was dreaming. It was, of Icles prepared under the auspicesof as1 ,
not have the legendary peacock It was a foul.Malcolm Then they left and went out the course'rather thrilling to find myself the Florida :Medical Association \

iind "Wassail" bowl. : : Fowl) nothing, It must door in such an odd position; but The series Is Intended to give __
!here are not set customs for have been a mule. Being through with chimneys for- it was strange to find out that tersely to the lay reader Informa. \\\1 '..' ..2
rating Christmas as there ever more. Mr. and Mrs. Sawyer were not my tlon on general health subjects.) \ ,

trt t cenutury ago. Each person Coach (Who: has just finished i true parents. Hoarseness Is a danger signal. ,
family celebrates Christmas In' treating all the boys for winning. So they dished out gifts and toys; After finishing high school I en- It is a sign that the larynx Is not I
own way. their game with Jasper High) I The gang got a lot, oh, boys! tered college and successfully com- properly functioning. Hoarseness ., ,
-, *- Well, boys, rm one dollar and ten They gave the mammy's a corn pleted the four year course, grad- Is not a simple ailment, to be neglected ," --
CHRISTMAS cents poorer than I was yesterday. cob pipe uating with honors. I will not hes- or disregarded, but is a o .
Eldredge: What's the matter, The dad, two berries, juicy and itate to say that these years were symptom which urgently calls for {

Hen la Christmas again with did you buy yourself a watch? ripe."Don't the happiest of my life; however, early examination. It may be acute -
spirit)) of friendliness and bend like gals; got too long a: ajl. through this time I experienceda or chronic and accompanies;
traditions day of fun and Coach (After an early season nose," I vague longing which is hard to several fatal diseases. vi\/i
xd cheer-a day when we letatlment : training drill): Boys, If there's anyone I So down the well went dolls and express. I wanted to search for my Hoarseness is one of the early
rule and forget our.. thing we really need It's har- clothes. I' own parents. After my gradua- symptoms of diphtheria of the
plea Christmas means some- .1. mony. Without harmony we limply They crammed eight socks and, tion, having planned no specific career arnyx. The death rate in untreated 1

hf different to each type of peo- cannot accomplish anything. headed back I I went to New York, takingmy cases of laryngeal diphtheria Is I ''ikti,1o ,
i To some it means the ChristIn Why, we absolutely could not get To bed just as the sun came up a aunt, :Mrs. Sawyer's sister, 15 per cent. Early examinationof
In the manger, to some awtion through on those line plays. And, crack. I with me. :My plan was to the larynx and early treatment _
from school and home- take it'from me, we wouldn't even' Said one"Oh, whiz! If only It was have enough publicity so' that if lowers this death rate and lessens

irk, to others Christmas tree and score a touchdown all season. But, true." my parents were in this vicinity, the dangers of complications suchas
at Claus. But to each of us it when harmony la in the team it is Sighed seven, "We wish it were I might reach them In this way. heart lesions, paralysis of the
*M one thing-Christmas gifts. a different story altogether. to." There are three ways of getting pharynx, and paralysis of the
itryone should have a chance tosow Ivan: (After the coach had left I A dream's a dream; they weren'tso pUblicity I being notorious, goingon muscles of the eye or of other a 4, ;,
the joy of giving. The most the room): Say, fellows, can any dumb the stage, or being socially muscles.
fred gift Is the one which repeats of you tell me who this guy Har- But hurried to see if Santa had prominent. I chose the last meth- Hoarseness is also one'' of the M
the love and thoughfulness mony Is? To hear Coach tell really 'come.Blake od as the easiest way for me, although first signs of croup, which Is sometimes M1ii

efforts to achieve the a football player. 1 before tried "social climbing." adenoids or Infection in the nose orlouses.

Mitmas atmosphere and to pre- St. Augustine A Poll, fish Nevertheless I had money, refine- i t'' '
" e the true of Christmas. ment, and good looks; what more Acute hoarseness accompanies a !
spirit Lake Worth American Legion dealer, opened retail market on would be ? "cold" and bronchitis and the
Genevieve Kenly, IV arena opened recently. King street. necessary laryngitis Is merely a part of the l JI
: aunt and
My i WOK an apart-
---- -- -
Inflammatory process which Involves .
ment on Park Avenue, and we were --_ --' -- '- } ?
SCHOOL DAYS fortunate enough to have a very all the respiratory tract
DWIG and with treatment directed -
By cordial- neighbor, the elderly :Mrs. disappears (
Pennington. :Mrs. Pennlngton took chest to the nose, throat, and I_ Do You Know? + 1 R

me under her wing and soon I had
;jvv- Among the causes of chronic
e met quite a few of the socially hoarseness are: tumors of the vocal
elite. Mrs Pennlngton's niece, '1
:chords including cancer, tubercu-
: Once S Patricia, was a debutante of the r
l WEU. I DOe T G\T; Tiller osis, tumors of the neck and chest, .
season and we became very close
s4eAT.D( t TCU.NOO! Improper use of the voice and diseased -
friends. It was at Patricia's house
GIT IT- condition of the nose and
1152 1 (;11' WslryeveR party at her Long Island home thatI sinuses. rte j r

GoT I\ I A O\I pre met Eldredge Lawerence, one of
.etCT Chronic hoarseness In small children \
Ct\ \ As the most widowers in the
f WNC'D-: eligible
\H '4' .D I : is frequently due to very
t'tt Uf'E' J 1 Ve v AAll. city. :Mr. Lawerence was hand small tumors of the vocal chords
1 GoT wAS TaS (R\f\.e- some, rich attractive, and not ever and this condition Is apt to be pro-
forty-five. He was a great favorite A
SICATCS ti' A io?
PAIR r I Apt1WS with the debutantes as well just as Patricia's affairs always
**4Sowe' OOStfCATef K3 COMfOFtTe with the older set On Introduced
Kpaitr as being were. Eldredge Lawerence and I I
'' *. [ to me he looked at me were sitting together on a sofa
1 \PT 0 'JurtK. : with a most curious expression and when he said that he had some-
4 \ OI\'T DIO 10'1 L1T!Art'NitTim;. turned pale When later I asked thing to tell me. His story ran
him why he bad looked at me with u
T thus: When he was very younghe ( fir fP 4 rf
such a queer expression he replied had married a lovely'young
t that it was because of my striking girl( whom I resembled very close-
resemblance to someone he had ly. His young wife had died when ,4 4e

known. During all of this time, their first baby, a little girl, was
t my purpose was being accomplish born. At the time, be bad beenso r
ed. There was hardly a society bitter about his wife's death i

page on which my name or picturedid that be did not want even to see
( not appear. However, I was the baby. He persuaded a friendto ,
enjoying my new life so much thatI find a good home for the baby

had almost forgotten my real and gave him a large sum of mon-
purpose. Eldredge Lawerence for her. However, Eldredge '
ey }
JI .
?i' :f al r y ,n
y seemed to be very much interested Insisted that no one should know
Ta In me and I liked him more every where the child bad come from.

e time I was with turn; In fact, I I Later, when some of the bitterness -
liked him more than anyone I had had left him, he regrettedhis
ever known. In February Patricia action, but did not scearch for
entertained with a Valentine party.I his daughter, because he feared he
was wearing a very attractivered might ruin her life. He reason- ;
tulle dress and looked Into my ed that if the child wanted to find }

Jewelry box for a necklace suitableto her real parents she would makean -. th."", ,,. 11 nisi V
wear. I happened to come effort to do so. Then Eeldredgetook r
r J-- across my little bear-shaped locket the locket from my neck and
a. and found that it was just the gazed at the picture Inside of it THAT this. Raven Totem Pole I" Jasper UaaI eel Park, Alberta le 4
thing. I took a peep at the sweet Suddenly, I threw my arms aroundhis r ,. the bet example ef I totem pole' 'I" the world' T It wet" i -
;brought from the Q."." Charlotte| UlsmU' off the ''y
face in the locket and was startled neck and kissed him. "My father ''oes.. British Columbia
and rillw" ears had to .be
J to discover how greatly Z resembled !" I exclaimed. "My own deardaddy IPleee' ..P1'J _......n.. It le probably c.natru.tod the mOIl to haul phetogrephat It In spa
the Beyonda !" At last I had occampllsh-
photograph. tetent pole In the world, almost every visitor to Japes Prrk ".In_ y- ji '
: ::; 'The Ot'if'OR.TUrtA.eS) ____ doubt she must have been my ed my purposeTenavidire 'hetoyrsphod bald. It. es. b. dd J.aUt.iffrj It IrIM: wqy; r j.r.,v
mother. The party was Jd'9eT71' Kenty tipi ma. I'r..,. '- serve IL -_ _......::.....:., --a y r'r'G '

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I MANY IMPROVEMENTS I "Saving of more than $400 a dayin

f50cictyjJ Woman's Club of Starke Governor Doyle Carlton last -the game department. Dear Santa: tawt 6

held its monthly meeting In the (Continued from page 1)) week issued a statement in whichhe I "The hotel commission is operat- % I am four years old\

club rooms Wednesday, December business to safeguard his interests said that he believes his administration !ing at a cost of $69,000 annually been a good boy, Santa and

I --' 14, with the president, Mrs. W. E by restricting the size of trees he now nearlng Its end, 'as against. former expenditures "of you to bring me a little I
) Middleton presiding.The will allow operators to work. Prog- has been a constructive one. I$139,000 a year racer, mouth organ, and i
BAPTIST W. M. S. TO :MEET tleth, Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg, following Christmas program ress has been made along this line The governor looked back over "The shell fish commission is ball and don't forget the a

4 Mr. and Mrs J. E. Wilson and Mr. under the direction of Mrs. but more can'ba done. Postponing his tour years in the governor'schair being operated on approximately tie boys and girls. So oth!

4 The business and program meet and Mrs. C. A. Knight R. J. Davis, was rendered; chipping of small trees until they and reviewed the accomplishments 50 per cent of Its original cost." lee this printed in theYoura how

ing of the Baptist W. M. S. Will the House "The offices of superintendent of inlK
bePRESBYTERIAN Songs, "Up on Top", are larger' will be' a big step toward of that time.Governorelect ,
held at the church Friday, CANDLELIGHT "Away In a Manger," second' making the most effective:! Dave Sholtz, of Industries and of tax equalizerhave Little Richard (C
30. at 3 o'clock.CHRISTMAS SERVICE grade. take office been abolished."
'+y NP use of our Umber resources Land Daytona Beach, will
"Joy to the World-Club mem will stop depletion of our foreststo January 3 and Governor Carlton "The purchasing department Is Palmetto-oSkating ring!
1 ,? ..if PLANS FOR THE The candlelight service, an an- a considerable extent, will return to private life and his saving 10 per cent on all supplies In Danieb building on LeIllOlnue 0

1 + METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL nual event of solemn beauty and bers.Reading, "Who is Santa Claus'" It has been shown that two faceson law practice in Tampa. bought by the state."-Florida Ad. \

.t simplicity was enjoyed by music. -Martha Brownlee.A a single tree worked simultaneously The governor's statement listed vocate.
The Methodist Sunday School lovers of the town at the First trio composed of Mrs. J. D. Frostproof
the of his
are thirty per cent,less productive following as highlights .-, Kahn oPen
f will have a Christmas program Presbyterian Church Sunday evening Doyle, Mrs. E. K. Ferryman and than two faces worked administration: dies and men's ready-to-wear

and tree this evening: (Friday) at at S o'clock. Miss Chapln accompanied by-Mrs. successively. In ten years' time "A balanced state budget; payment BLUE POND Ing store In Thompson bUll!

even-thirty o'clock. Mrs. E. K. The church was beautifully decorated F, H. Long, sang the following local practice bas changed so that of current obligations; retirement -
Perryman Is In charge of the program In in silver Ruth Fender, Cor. West
lighted ivory tapers Christmas carols: "Silent Night, today very few men doubl face of $2,000,000 worth of Palm Beach-Qra
.J.. and Mrs. L. A. DavU, :Mrs.: holders and torches, ferns, ,It Came Upon the Midnight their timber whereas before the road department bills and $6,000- Miss Doris Brown, daughter of agency moved to new toc.ti,!

c'' ,,4 I T. Olson and L. F Smith are in poinsettlas, roses and red berries Clear," "0, Little Town of Beth station started work this was a 000 worth of road contracts; payment Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Brown of corner Dixie and Croton IV

charge of the tree and other ar which greatly enhanced the charm lehem," "There's a Song in the common procedure. Some Increased of a large part of the boom Theressa, has been under an eye -
rangements.On of this service 'Those Air." specialist in Gainesville and is now Stuart
+ I. vesper par- In day debt for of Kimberly
revenue from this improvement: running expenses ap,
iFa Saturday morning: this school ticipating in the program acquitted Miss Rosalind Jacobs and Mrs. technique has occurred. the state. gaining her sight back, and every building undergoing extensi*
will deliver baskets of groceries to themselves in most credible way. Geo. "..\ one wishes for her rapid recovery. decoration
Flynn songsIn preparatory for
"Payment of than .
t some of the underprivileged persons The organ, piano and violin arrangements tableaux and It Tins Damage Trees more $4,000- MIss Anna Batten of Theressa, season.
.' :. in town.CHRISTMAS. pantomine. was Damage from deep chipping and 000 a year additional funds to
i played by Mrs. E M. was a visitor to Starke Thursday.
( and done
beautifully artistically cuta/for: ha county schools of
i tins $6-
deep : Inserting ; payment
Davis, Mrs. R. S. Fernandez: and Billie Fender, son of Mr. and Plnetta Work
and the entire I
program was greatly been reduced resultof 000,000 a on the road and on new (
PLAY GIVEN noticeably as a year
1,4 l Miss Alice Fernandez were much Mrs. I. Fender of Theressa, who building
appreciated all the members rapidly
by ased work done bridge bond of Bearing co
obligations the
AT SCHOOL HOUSE a campalp > on
enjoyed. The soloists, Miss Evelyn "' .aa. has been sick, Is now Improvingfast. tlon.
E. by the'atationThe, saving of trees counties.
Stump and Mr. John Powell rendered a.During
the business session interesting
which might 'otherwise have been "Reduction of the state ad
A play "What, No Christmas, beautiful selections. va The Hope Baptist B. T P. U.
reports were given by broken down in wind storms has lorem tax from 14 1.4
was given at the school on Wednesday mills to
"Christmas in Story and Song"was of Thereasa practiced for their
E. K.
Ferryman, of the Tri-! been material. four and
ParentTeachers'Association seven-eighths mills and
for' the !
g Impressively presented.The Christmas after-
very Friday
4 ,. for the County Club meeting held in These points of progress can be reduction of the cost of state program
r on Tuesday government
"Story" written by Dr. O. H. Starke Nov. 28 noon at Mr. C. Sullivan's home.
and the sectional ATLASThe
(,',:. lower school, and on Friday for Lowry found touching and dra club meeting held .in Jacksonville appreciated by laymen as well as to $15,323,218 for the -fiscal Mr. Shepard Adklns of Tennes-

? .;; I the high schooL Mrs. George W. matic expression in the reading of Dec. 2nd. A committee composed turpentine operators. year. see, Mr. Johnnie and Jesse Adkins
'J. '' Kenly directed the play and the The station has Issued a bulletinNo. "Eradication of the Mediterran
Miss Lucille Mitchell. The "Song", of Jacksonville, Misses Mildred,
of E.
3 Mrs. :M. Johns, Mrs. C. A. ( 298)) covering all of the technical tan fruit fly .in the citrus sections Standard Oil
.- : characters were from all the which contributed greatly to the Knight and Miss Pearl Jordan was Hazel and Elizabeth Phillips, Clara
grades and the kindergarten. The I of the points which have been Investigated through co-operation with the fed
rendering Swindell Nettle
"Story" was given to solicit and Hersey.were visitors
I appointed
children a short arrange and several thousand eral government; final approval for Tire Guaranle
'A kindergarten gave by a mixed choir. The following of Miss Ruth Fender Friday
;+ i program, of Christmas songs and I, were those participating: Sopranos shrubbery for the city park, which copies have been sent out on special and start of actual work on the afternoon.
ul being Improved. Mrs. Q. H. requests from interested $9,000,000 flood control and navigation One Year
i' i recitations preceding the play. Miss Evelyn Stump, Mrs. Prayer service was held at the
Lowry was appointed press reporter
parties. Another more project in the Lake
popular Okee-
O. W. Kenly, Miss Estelle Ken- Hope Baptist church Saturday
to succeed Mrs. W. G. Halle.
bulletin, Florida Naval Stores chobee flood
: KINDERGARTEN CLASS kick, Miss Margaret Williams; the was district co- night at Theressa.Rev. NNNNeeeeNFrigidaire
During social hour tea and '
prepared by this office and operating.
; CELEBRATES CHRISTMAS altos, Miss Isabel Fernandez, Miss sandwiches printed D. L. Phillips of Lawtey,
were served by the hostess
and distributed by the State De- I "Reduction of and
expenses Improvement
Marjorie Stump Miss Genevieve missed his appointment with the
committee, Mesdames O. L.
Ili' partment of Agriculture. A reprint of service in all state
The kindergarten class of Mrs. Kenly; tenors, Mr. Sanford. Rich, Beaaley, M. E. Edwards, H. C. Hope Baptist church, which we re
revised( \ by C. H. Coulter and departments and at all state institutions
h ;I George W. Kenly broadcasted a Mr. Jim Ritch; bass, j.Mr.: G. W. Wall G. P.
ky @ Raymond, G. M. Inman, the present writer' ,'la now about j establishment of central gret.The
Kenly, Mr. Will Bee/'Mr. S. R. ? a B. Y.
: radio progranuof Christmas songs, Frankie Hudson, Herbert Hart and Hope Baptist P. U.
fir, ; rhyme, and a Christmas story on Johns, Jr. ..-, L. D. Vining. by ready the for State press Forester to be at distributed Tallahas- purchasing economies agency through which resultedIn 'of Theresaa. was held at Its ap- the three year peaanted !
'A supervisedmass pointed time. few
Thursday over station WRTJF in Quite a were
i P.-T.;-A. MEETING HELD j I see. Numerous technical' short buying;-ezteneion of farming
; tg611Tef present. We hope there will be a electric rem
t ? WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON W. M. 8. DIVIDE CIRCLES articles.have appeared in trade papers activities at state institutions so as
great crowd out there
On Friday Mrs. Kenly will entertain Friday eve-
f FOR COMING and members the staff have to make the institutions
YEAR'S WORK) pf nearly
the kindergarten children and ning at 7:30: o'clock, aa the Juniors erator
The Parent-Teachers' Association -' talked at many conventions of self-supporting in respect to foodstuffs .
+ their mothers at a Christmas par and Seniors will try to entertain
naval stores men, farmers' week and other
'((4 ty. They will also, at this time met Wednesday afternoon The Woman's :Missionary Societyof many commodi everyone with a Christmas pro
;i celebrate Betty Hayes birthday with Mrs. E. K. Perryman presiding the Methodist. church met Mon meetings and elsewhere. ties. gram. For sale by
Helps Pay TaxeImproved' Commenting on his recital
which and Mrs. Geo. W Kenly of Of know that
comes on Christmas eve. day afternoon and Held a business course we in three
A transacting the duties of! secre- and devotional meeting, which was turpentine practices, accomplishments, Governor Carl- more days it will be Christmas and
elimination of destructive forest ton said Florida balanced Its budget .
{ WE-LAKA SEW CLUB tary.A presided over by the retiring president I we are all wishing everyone avery
fires, and more reasonable taxation cut and aided
expenses its
J. Christmas from the
message I Mrs. T. J. Griffin. A rising merry Christmas and a hap. Smith's Servi
\ Christmas greenery and a gaily national president, Minna B. Brad- 'vote of thanks was given the retir- of forest lands will be the counties and schools "while the py New Year.Daytona .

41' i ""l'tr F decorated tree in keeping with the I ley, was read by the president. ing president because of her faith- means of relieving our county ofDi federal government has gone in the .

_ : Yuletide season decked the home Christmas songs and recitationswere ful work during the past two years, financial burdens.On red and while other states have Beach -Machinery beIng -

of Mrs. Bam Anderson Tuesday afternoon given by little Misses Frances which won from her co-workers many,thousands of acres of been unable to meet their obliga- Installed to can grapefruit juiceat StationStarke
1t tr I 9'I when she entertained the Alderman, Betty McRae and Bet- deep appreciation of her enthusiasm forest lands' no tax wa paid last tions. new cannery here.

We-Laka Sew Club. ty Hayes, kindergarten pupils of tact and gentle Christian year, perhaps not for several Among other economies. of his

The afternoon was spent pleas- Mrs. G. W. Kenly. A feature of spirit at all times. years. One-' reason was that rev- administration, he listed: Millville-Post office in new Fla.

antly sewing and exchanging gifts the afternoon was the play, "What, The president appointed Mrs. F. enues werd not sufficient' to war- "Cost of operating the automo quarters ,

and at the tea hour, the No Christmas?" given by the following H. Long corresponding secretaryto rant paying. taxes. Increased production
served ambrosia, fruit I school pupils and kinder- of, aval stores and: timber
take the place of Mrs. W. G.
h coffee.' The next garten children Charles Fender products will enable land own
: ,
meeting hoatess// Halle, who has moved away. Mrs.
with Mrs. Nellie Martinez Genevieve Kenly, Bunnte Canova, W. F. Jones was appointed superintendent ers to derive a revenue great
';; R. C. Buford. Lillian Moseley, Margaret Lowry, of children's work. enough so that they can afford' to
Edith Jones. Comer PerrYman. N. pay taxes. 'That has been the obJect PLEE-ZIN
The society members were divided '
F :MR. AND :MRS. F. F. STUMP T Bitch, Betty Hayes Betty Mc- Into two groups as follows: of the Southern Forest Ex;,

:- ENTERTAINA Rae, Juanita Barefoot, Barbara Circle Number One: Mrs.. T. J. periment Station-to make forest
Snow, Ida Lulu Davis and Jean lands more' productive. A very
Griffin Mrs. J. F. Colley, Mrs A.
delightful affair' of this week Davis. The play was under the W. Redgrave, Mrs. W. H. Struth, large part of our taxes in Bradford

- was the bridge party given by Mr. capable direction of Mrs. Geo. W. Miss Kate Struth, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- County come from timber land. FOOD STORESSPECIALS
and Mrs. F F. The of these
to management
I1 Stump members Kenly. kins Mrs. G. A. Taylor, Mrs. Pearl proper
6. ,S and friend, of.,their club at their Miss Madge Middleton and Mrs. Snyder, Mrl.A..W"Anderson, Mrs. lands affects' every tax payer in
borne on Walnut street. R. J. Davis the county. Mismanaged lands,
1 t gave the following report Hamilton Rltch, Mrs. L. S. Hutto,
Decorations .In abused to the where .
for the point
were. Christmas nutrition committee: they
Mrs. L. D.
Green. Mrs. J. W., Andrews '
ti,+t colors, with baskets of poinsettias The underprivileged children of the Jr., Mrs. A..' Wood. Mrs. O. cease to be productive, pay no for Friday and Saturday, December 23rd & 24
:: ,: holly and red berries taxes and remain a burdenon'tbVStaleand
arranged to primary grades who attend school, L. Haynes, Mr. W. E. Middleton, heavy

.. advantage. Tallies, attractively at the noon hour'each day, are Mrs. D. E. Knight, Mrs. W. B. County as welLO1r'iu COFFEE Meal or Grits 51bs. ______ 7c
and t haabeen'toimprove ,
wrapped prizes, the refreshments served hot soup and milk given by Parks, Mrs. N. T. Ritch, Mrs. A. ; forest

!!, )i, ,served at the close of the P. T, A. members. The Red Cross H. Green, Mrs. F. H. Long, Mrs. T -management.:. Plee-Zing Vac. Can, lb. -- 30e Fancy Whole Grain
game were in keeping with the also furnishes twelve dozen hot i" .
Olson, Mrs. R. F. Demorest Mrs.
Sword Santos Blend lb.
4 season. buttered Palmetto 83 cars Florida ,
rolls each the
day, rolls --
Carl Johns, Mrs. P. J. Pearce, Mrs. 15
Prizes for making high scored being baked free of Mr. Wilmer Holtzendorf. fruits and"vegetables billed out of Fresh Ground, lb. _______ Rice SIb S. .. 13
.. t were presented Mrs. O. L. Beaaley A. J. Keen, the local baker here during week of November'11- ,
Circle Number Two: Mrs J. H. .
and Mr. D. A. Montieth Mrs. J. 17 Inclusive. -
while M. Alvarea, chairman of
Bitch, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs.L. FLOUR
Mrs. H. B. McLendon and Mr. L. health committee, gave an. excel .
A. Davis, Mrs. O. W. White,
D.The Vtning.hostess received was,assisted the low in prizes.serving past lent report month.of her work during' the Mrs. A. H. Harley. Jr., Mrs.; E. M. avenue Winter fish Park Market- New opened England for Plee-Zing Plain or Self-Rising 6 Ibs. 19c; 12 Ibs. 34c; 24 Ibs. 64c

by Miss A Johns, MIss Amelia Ray, Miss Amy business.r' Rambler Self-Rising 6 Ibs. 17c 12 Ibs. 29c 24 Ibs 53c
Evelyn Stump, Miss potted fern was given Mrs. H. Coburn, Miss Olive Ray, :Mrs: N. D. ; ; __.----
Marjorie Stump and Miss Lois C. Hatch's grade for having the
t Long. Wainwright Mrs. Sam Anderson, Hialeah ---- MIxon Plumbing Co.
largest number of parents attend- Pecan Halves Meat Cello
Mrs. J W. White
Mis. W. F. Jones, ,
Those moved to new location at 1S04 N.
present were: Mr., and ing the meeting. SugaivSIbs.21c
,' i+ w and Mrs. LM.','D. Vining, Mr. and Mrs. L. C Prescott, Miss Florence W. 36th street Bags ... ____________ 5c|
Wood, Mrs. W. F. Boulware, Mrs.
c, wk Mrs. O.
: L.
; Beasley, Dr. and Mrs. St.
Petersburg-Veterans' Homeat
}.t'' 1, H.: B. McLendon, Dr. and Mrs. E. Seminole Point, to be officially E.Mrs.S.W.Matthews P. Smith, Mrs., Mrs.H.O.V L.Knight Beaa, SAVE JOHN RUSKIN Brazil Nuts I large Ib 18 Apple Sauce, No. 2 can
.L. Biggs, Mr, and Mrs. D. A. Mon in ----
tt opened January or February. ley Mrs. L. A. Gray Mrs. L. D. Walnuts Cabf. No. I lb. 23c 2 for _-________..___ I5c
'l'4Z Vlnlng, Mrs. T. J. Alderman and CICTAR BAsk T
And the \Yorst is Yet to ComeL'L-- Mrs. L. F. Smith. Almonds, paper shell, lb. 23c Cranberry Sauce, 7 oz can _
devotional service was conducted
-- -- by Mrs. A. Wood, who madea xM your dealer Plee-Zmg Mince Meat Poultry Seasoning, pkg. __

I talk suitable to the closing year, 1 for neW Premiums Marshmallows lb. pkg. 1Oc

basing her remarks on the Bible oz. pkg. lOc
Catalog. More ------------- .

which verses: -"Forgetting those things 1r: 'Irfavnnn. tobacco Raisins, Table Cluster l lb SALT, 2 pkgs. _________ 5c
are behind, and reaching

i. \ forth unto those things which are is now | Pkg. :.. ___________ 15c OYSTERS. can _____ 10c
before, I press toward the mark

for the prize of the high. callingof I used in JOHNRUSKINmaking Mayonnaise Fender's Plee-Zing Pale Dry Ginger
God in Christ Jesus. ,
@Q j Pinta 21 1.2c Ale, 24 oz. Bottle ____.. -15c
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West Palm Beach-New theatre I : it the greatest Plee-Zing Gelatine, all
erected on Park street. II I I cigar value at 5c. Salad Dressing, pints ____ 15c Flavors, 2 pkgs. ____.__ 15c

Haines City Bids aaked for Smoke the size

work on Road No. 2 between I I prefer Olives, stuffed or Queen, Lard, 2 lb. pkg. 15c; 4 lbs. 2Bc5.oz.
Haines City and point on road,No. bottle tOe
2. Extra ------- ---- 7c
Perfecto or Olives ; Best White Bacon, lb. ___-..
Panetela. Queen, quart jars, -

.. Point Building southward of levee to extend from Bacom to Miami Quart __________ 29c No. I Sliced Breakfast

Canal, underway.Everglade.News. Bacon, lb. -- 15c
. H' .. NOW PI ee- lng Soap Chips, -

; w 1' 23 oz., 2 for 23c Pork Hams, lb. __---_ 21.2c_
West Palm Beach
-Giggly Wiggly -
Store to open In new McCrory s MORE HAVANA Washing Powder, Gold Fresh Smoked Sausage, lb. 15c

building on Clematis street DustS for lOc
th Fresh Killed Tennessee Tur.
Clearwater Excavation work eTeIj
for post office building started on t Pure Pork; Breakfast key's dressed for Saturday

i I Cleveland street and East Avenue. Qfti9 MILD ,
j44. I Sausage, lb. __________ 20e delive ,.Ib.._ -MJA --..... 2 3 c

./ OlusteeNew. representing naval Investment stores station In- John T '

excess of $40,000, dedicated. H. GREEN I J. W. WHITE, & SON

Lake Worth *- Engrain. Bros. Rusk in SEEDS, FEEDS, POULTRY REMEDIES
Drug Store 822 Lake avenue un- ,PHONE 86

c deegetpgextejalvtatteratkzaa: ? hardware, Farming Implements
Panama, City Miss Lillian Kll- .116 W. CaD Street, phone
.. 1is.V2tUINg+0' J :. patrick Improved Interior SMOKERS;;
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4 A TEMPEST OF HUMAN SOULS stay at Haiford, then this Institution -I haps perfection was net intended '' ''

'\ r- Old New York Society of WITHIN WALLS PRISON FARM In a positive curse to the for this world. ;i ', ;l "

; State. On the other hand, If this When Alfonso of Spain dome
7 i Bits of 97 per cent in. somewhat better, if months ago fled the throne of '
ii Present Day Ta.. to lazz Bands (Continued from page 1) '
1 i'i i s actually become good, then 'that ancient empire and Spain es-
1I I to rest and perhaps recount his this institution is worth every dollar tablished a republic a certain pop.
i'ii plans. expended on it, and the State ular writer announced that, "Now '
; lDcal Nev SI About daylight he was overtaken will owe a great vote of thanksto we will see In rapid succession Y''
y 1pjii and a little later he was the members of the board for 20.000,000 revolutions.' ." "Why "''i' "' '
brought Into the office. A bedraggled their far-sighted efforts. 20.000,000?" he was asked.

7 Concerning Our People Ba.ine$. and figure he waa-dirty ant rag. Keep Close Check "WhyT" "Because there are 20-
ged and muddy a sheepish grin on Every morning at 8:30, a con- 000,000 Spaniards." In some !
of the County and Town. *?
Progreii his face and the whole picture one ference Is held In the office of the fashion might It be said 1 i
; of apology personified. superintendent at which the affair ery week there are 1600

______- __ ____________ J.I III 3 fit."a. p "Well son," I asked "what got of the institution and the at Raiford. Why? Because
0v I Into you so suddenly conduct of the men are considered. are 1600 Inmates who every '
WEATHER REPORT CoL and Mrs. H. V. Knight were : :y @arvsi Guest it will be hard for you Here individual cases are discussedin fight their own battles for t V:}>-at j

in Gainesville Friday. to believe, captain, but I got a detail and It would amaze any conquest of self-within 1t

0 AI complied by Clarke branch letter the other day, and I got to visitor to know how accurately the Or to change the simile ?t p
tt s. Forestry Service. Mrs. E. M. Johns waa a visitorIn thinking, and I Just decided I'd go check on the men Is maintained. every week find a certain k
'Week ending: Dec. 13. 1932. Jacksonville Thursday. a 1, home." And what rejoicing follows the the midst of Florida's ,

pate.V :MaLMiD.: Preclp "How long did it take you to news that some Inmate has made harbor.
I Week ending Dec. 20x81932..03 'Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and daughters decide?" I asked. I the grade and has shown himself --.

14 80 Misses Hazel and Lois, spent '"Bout three or four days, I I Igueaa. worthy; of the trust and confidenceof
pee: 15 IS 6' -08 Wednesday in Jacksonville.Mr. ." those In charge. It i* an Inspir-
pee 16 55 At him I looked and the picturewas ing thing to note how the list A Merry I1'4 1
,: peC 17 69 M09 and Mrs. Victor Lamb announce plainer than any that Rem- trows. It Is the firm convictionthat

M. 18 49 86 -, the arrival of a boy on brandt ever painted. Three or four scores and scores of the Inmates andA

Dec. 19 60 88 Thursday, December 15. days battle with himself t Three or would give of their best ef-
:- DM. 20 84 43 -I I four days of such struggle as only. forts to aid In the orderly ongoingof Happy New ? '

Total rainfall for week, .20 In. Mr. Lloyd Johns of LaCrosse, a youngster torn between two the affairs at the State Farm "
spent Saturday night at the homeof mighty pulls can know. It must XXXIt Is, Our Wish 7&J

: Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. spent Mr. and Mrs. J.. J. Rlgdon. 'ETEP.'VArT STEEDEIT have been torture with certain Is a hopeless quest of course, for You
I Tuesday In Jacksonville. -- amounts of peace when the temp If one expects perfection. Always

Col. D. E. Knight spent Wed- tatlon seemed put away and with : there will be a few who refuse to Denmark P p4s
Flynn of :Manning, nesday In Tallahassee on professional -
lit. George certain hours when the winds of help themselves. Always there .
I S. C., Is spending the Christmas''t business. desire bent the sapling almost to will bo a small minority which will Company + "

: holidays with his family the ground set at nought every effort to make
"i --, Lester P. Robinson returned "What do you think ought to life for them a shining thing. Al-
Little Miss Carolyn Jordan of Tuesday from Quincy where he visIted be done with you?" I finally ask ways there will be the handful
", Lakeland Is spending this week Willie Lines. I ed. which will set their wills against

I" with her aunt Miss Pearl Jordan.Dr. "Put me In chains, captain. the experience of the best In the
f I Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and daughter NlmsaVu1'fia There ain't nothing too bad for; race. So when reports go forth
and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand Miss Eva Rlgdon spent several eI me. I 'don't know what got Into that severe punishment has been

Mrs. E. S. Matthews spent I days in Jacksonville this week with mo, but I done as much wrong as administered to someone or a certain .
Saturday In Jacksonville. friends and relatives.Mr. a man can do." xxx few, please remember that
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Some Never- Trusted they had their chances and failed,
Mrs A. Z. Adkina, Mrs. E. L. and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon of while other hundreds had their 7x1'bo '
Biggs and Mrs. D. A. Montieth Jacksonville, will spend the Christmas This explains I think why it Is chances and won. It is an Individ-' ( tl I
spent Wednesday In Jacksonville. holidays with Mr. Rlgdon'sparents. that so many upon their release ual thing a personal effort. Per. w
Mr. and Mrs J. J. Rigdon. from Raiford, have walked In.peace orare/otL waIting

Miss May Peek, of Jacksonville !$ tA1' and quietude, giving no further on OVER-insurance:
J r-r- ;
with and L. Brownlee and J. trouble behaving perfectly for the
i JD appending the.hnlldAYS bere Mr. Mrs. H.
relatives. daughters Mary and Madge spent long wth "t A 11&11I'-; '''''H.I,..._ t COI't, tJ.tlain_ years that follow. They have BOREE GIDDENSFUNERAL --. ....- .. ''I /
; in Jacksonville with Rev. ,; learned to fight out battles and .... ? _1\1_ i, l.
Tuesday h. N. IM
M win them. DIRECTORS ? .... Md. Y ds i
Mr. Comer Long of Leesburg, and Mrs. M. C. Stith. Peter- 'Von '. salvation o i'Ouf: :. popular music. -r I.d_, ,
will spend Christmas with his it had persisted, in its blatant This further explains why some Courteous Service } ;
r. loaw
mother Mrs F. H. Long. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott of New state,- It could never- have never can be> trusted. They have ........-.., ........-..MM.YNaa. a.rq. 4 Q
Orange City, came Wednesday to Famous its hold on the dancers o; the shown by their careers at Ralford E..rrthl.a ....... ... ...w.Tb a, ....... wr -... \\J.$'.
that they cannot win their battles b..t tar I.... \imlt oar p... Ii..51 a.MI.
Mr. S. S. Dowling and Rev. L. spend the holidays with his par- M '
and how room .... dep.l .. D..- 'nlht'4
of Sat- ents Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. "While its tempo against great desire. Restive under .......... ,
B. Simpson, Jasper, spent New York abreast with the.sped at .U' *. Stark, P'... or Ma..hw5s fib
restraint, rebellious against agaIh.s.
urday here. Yorker wants its tone does 1111888Rh..ld.. ATM..,
Miss Mary Brownlee who Is attending So says Peter lot to we soothe are going the tired business rules as set up. Complaining In the ".....'...11.. Florida. HAROLD C. WALL' Irv' ,
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray of Fort : school in DeLand Is here inal New face of the organization of an enlightened PHONR S-01MK

White, are expected to come tomorrow for the holiday with her parents, Van Steeden "The simpler the song the bet society they have failed AMntTLANCH SKHVICB INSURANCE
to spend Christmas day Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. try and the New Yorker likes it. Small repeatedly to win the victory for STARKE. FLORIDA
.- erbocker in adore elaborate arrange.. themselves. They are ruled by
it the home of Mrs. J. W. White. _
being musical and tricky and intricate their defeats, rather than swayedby era
Miss Cecelia Van Orden of F. S. .{
staurant a 'The Without their victories.Let .
Mrs. F. A. Moore Mrs. T. A. W. C. In Tallahassee, enroute to rhythms But Song
:L.reet eating: Itl.
Name; simplest popular song the
me repeat stormy harbor
Steele and children, of Gainesville, her home in Tampa.'was the week- cently moved 'Three O'Clork in the Morn. which, the fe
people of the State
will spend Christmas with Mr. and end guest of Miss Evelyn Stump. Avenue ,, '.' is the Ideal New Yorker song.
Wr J. B. Sapp. "The desire melody Is easy the words. are have established Is In one sense the A Merry ChristmasAnd Sj
Mrs. O. L. Beasley left Thursdayfor a reaction simple and straight\ forward." harbor that determines whetherthe *
hustle and \ people of Florida shall have
Col. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee. Mrs."StriT Tampa to spend Christmaswitirher'pareutaMr.andgrs. ?' Van Kteedea belongs to NewYork's
the leader. peace henceforth or whether
they a
";; : :raise.,;VT :; and Lora: Miller A. brass. New famoull"f UI"life hundred musical but shall be disturbed by riotlngs and R
C. Durden.< prefers a utrenunns as
Frazee were visitors In Jackson- muted. This I strife on the part of a small min
to society. N! Ir
Tllle Monday.Dr. sweet music orlty. Prosperous StrawberryCrop &*
Mrs. Mae Jones and Mrs. E, L.
Horace J. personal correspondence were bar- The Board of Commissioners of
Middleton of Jacksonville! spent
and Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere of the law and red from cards of all kinds the State Institutions is fully determined i' ,
with Mrs. W. E.' Middle-
Tuesday 'I
were"guests Tuesday of Dr. and ton. acter are handling of mall in poatofflces and that all shall be done that can : '

Mrs. C. D. Whitaker at the State and the senders the delivery of mall on routes be done'to lead the storm-tossed ,,
Farm. to and would be considerably expedited. citizens to
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and ways of peace and rightt.These
Call for Your Calendar and
five years or "Be that as It,may it Is only a men, charged with the responsibility
Ann of Gainesville
Mrs. J. J. Canova and son, J. J. daughter Mary Christmas, at This is not a question of time lost, for those of making whole again Year Book I"s
will day
Canova, Jr., and MIss Mary Ca- spend tion with the who write personal messages ''on the broken lives handled by the t'r ''' ili
the home of Mrs. E. E. Canova..
novtf motored to Jacksonville rates as some postal cards do not mind If they law, reek every means to bring ,

Tuesday and spent the day. an old law and are read. However, it seems appropriate back to"an even keel the small BANK OF STARKE, n.
Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. E. M. Ing on postal .to urge that those using craft' that have been damaged by '
Mrs. W. J. Epperson baa spentthe Johns and Miss Gloria Johns mo- ment which postal cards fcr personal correspondence trouble'and'' temptation. It Is a

past two weeks in Jacksonville tored to Jacksonville Tuesday and derogatory to make,the writing as leg great work. A noble work.
and Is expected to return home to- spent the day. business of the ible as Jiey. can so there, will be aminimum Since only 8 per cent of the men --
morrow. otdelaY.lA; the reading.StPetelaburg at Ralford die at i H.Jft
which it Is sent Ralford this
Mrs. J. B. Sapp Mrs. W. B., Nor may : Independent. work becomes monumental In Us WISHING ALL OUR FRIENDS .\

Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Grant of St. Mundy, Misses Dorothy Sapp, sent on postal, i I --I, Importance. For if the steady ) '

Augustine Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Ar. Mary Lucile Torode and Elizabeth malls. ) 'R$ 't march that takes men back to ., ., AND PATRONS

endell of Lakeland, will be the lolllngsworUi spent Saturday in Notifying Mlllvllle -- 'L4pw.'d aau I their homes and to civil: life releases i.I
guests of Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Gainesville.Mr. II post office la counter opened la building men made worse by their A

Haynes Christmas day. lection adjoining barber shop of 8. E.
and Mrs. T. T. Long and agency .
Mr. Paul E. Knight of the University Mrs. D. P. Carpenter leave today: the baker -. Merry ChristmasAnd P
maker, for the City Barber
of Florida Gainesville, is for Baconton Ga., where they will SCHEDULE CHANGED Shop and
card" Solicitor
spending the holidays with his spend the holidays with Mrs. W, T.
In Beauty Shoppe Wt lt
ment part
parents, Col. and Mrs. D.< E. I Jackson.Mr. The following changes In sched a
Included In
Knight the are announced by the S. A. L. WISH YOU ALL A MERRY s sRl
and Mrs.,'George C. White seeking : Co., effective Dec. 15: XMAS AND A PROSPEROUSNEW Happy New Year
od of collecting
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee will to
go of Tallahassee, will arrive tomor- SouthboundNo. 3
Gainesville Saturday evening to row afternoon to visit Mrs. J. W. postal card 'J'I I 1. due Starke 11:17: p. m. YEAR
spend several days with her son- White and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman. ties, public Get your work done this week A.and V. Long.daughter. Judge and private banking local.No... 11, due Starke, 9:85: a. m and be well groomed for the J. & R. STORENext ,ilh J

Mr. Clement Nixon of Omaha, No. 107, due Starke 10:27: a. m. Holiday
On Friday evening at 7:30: Neb., Mrs. Katherine Davis, Miss and individuals 'PHONE! 4. Door to Post Office

o'clock at the Presbyterian church Jo Hoffman. George and Lewis lasses and No. 191, due Starke'10:55: p. m. a mm
the Sunday school will present a Hoffman of Jacksonville, were visitors regular I ,,u" ;

program. There will also be a In Starke Sunday. So bent was Northbound i
Christmas tree for the children. small western r. No. 2 due Strike 5:08: a. m. local.

Mr and Mrs. Geo. A. Gardinerand Uncle Sam Ncr:*12, dtfc"Starke 3:17: p.. m. FLORIDATHEATRE
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark of Mi- Mr. H. Austin will spend low postal rate r "f *'' / Give Yourself a Treat

Ami, will spend the Christmas Christmas day In Hastings with to the I No. 108, .due Starke 6:49: p.- m. .
c cf holidays with Mrs. Clarke's park's. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Yelvington and rieties or drafts "*, I '" '

Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wain- Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts at the age in the Starke and Wanne Branch-No. GAINESVILLE, FLA.

e wright. former's home. of them would : leaves Starke 7OO: a. m.. No. .:. Let Us Show You ,
would not be arrives 2:40 p. m. PROGRAM WEEK DEC. 22nd ;
Cot and Mrs J. E. Futch of De- John James Rooks who formerly employees T. J. Griffin, Agent. .
Land, Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stith attended the B. H. S., will be ers who might THURSDAY A FRIDAY

and children, of Jacksonville and graduated January the 12th from notice that the I Cloning of Malta THE CONQUERORS"With 1 i' the NewCHEVROLET. .
*rs. S. E. Brownlee will be dinner Robert E. Lee High School in past> due was South r
i guests tomorrrow of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville. John James has the The law Train No. 11, parcel post, 9:00: RICHARD DIX AND ANN'
I.. Brownlee., honor of being chaplain for his mailing of cards m. HARDING

class. requests for the .i Train No. 107 letters special de .
S Mr.: and Mrs. P. F. Maguire and rent accounts and special handling 10:00: SATURDAY "11

daughter. Sue. of Orlando; Mr. and DUNS BARRED FROM when an m.
s. D. C. Jones Miss Elise Jones POSTALSI J POST OFFICE meat taxes, gas North "OLD DARK HOUSE" .
Arthur Darby Jones. Gainesville; NOT "A COLLECTOR" etc., wUl be due. Train Ned 12 parcel post and With
(r. and Mrs. Geo.. W. Marks and ills> must not ., 2:00: p. m. DORIS KARIOFF AND .

daughter Marjorie of DeLand will The old question as to what may balances that I Train No 108. Letters special j LILLIAN BOND
F end! the Christmas holiday at and what may not be sent throughthe Creditors and special handling 5:10
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. mail on a postal card has been past due m. II Monday (On the Stage) Greetings

i.. Darby.- raised again as a result of the ad- enclose their ;Night malls, close at 8:00 p. nv-,I, JIMMY HODGES REVUE
vance in postage rates. In ordinary sealed No. 1 South 11:17: p, m.; -

times the extra cent on first-cla postage> No. 3J North 5:06: a. m. Special Christina Program from the
GENT A postage would have been paid The postal Starke-and>*Bell Branch-Train With _

WORn without an effort to curtail the venience in .* ,,,jtfalT clone 7:00: a. m, No.I EDW. O. ROBINSON

,amount of the expenditure but of Its legitimate arrives 2:40: p. m. In
___ COLUMN ;now the cent I 18 saved a* often a* It should not be BliMiBos Scheduler"Dally. : "TIGER SHARK"
"'ANTED-To it Is possible to do so. any of the .-effective Jan. 1, 1932. Torode Chevrolet'
eta ear toy eo or 100 bU8h. Public utilities, bankers and The opinion Northbound' ::03 a. m., 1:59: p TUESDAY A WEDNESDAY ,, u M .. y
corn at 40c per bu. de- financiers and merchantsand pondence of all ., 4:59: p. in., 8:19 p. in-
,-.Ivered.! J. L. I "MADAME BUTTERFLY"With .
a Harrell Lawtey. ItAter professional persons have been wired from Southbound-9:34 a. m., 12:34: p It
.;4:34 to.. 13:60: .. m. CompanySeason's
I RENT-Five-room house on using postal card t* request pay and probably : p." rl
.treet. Aim five-room 2- ment of overdue bills, the post office I held than might Tickets and .
Service to CARY GRANTaeI0."Shwa.N.'f1M'
ft story house on Walnut street. J. has found. This. the department I has been .. .Station next 4Vt
w Morgan. 13-18-41. ,warn: through'n* solicitor; ,more levity & i t '1 S

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HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES II the infected fruit Is covered will appear In a bathing suit when
with "gray mold." the fruiting he arrives to hand out pre8411U

FARMERS SECTIONConducted [Weekly tion Specialist from Home Tallahassee Demonstra- I H means Control-stage. of of controlling At the the causal present this fungus.time disease no LIVE STATE NEWS his not to the long be beach permitted white children whiskers., however Santa, to will cUp(

'I have been worked out. Infected
In Short Paragraphs Gainesville-After
News of
Demonstration AgentsCHRISTMAS fruit can readily be Identified and a day spent
discarded during the packing process on a 250-mile sightseeing tour of

3 I I thus preventing further deivelopment SL Augustine and Daytona Beach
Long before sugar was Invented, of the rot during the -,-_.._ 6 the University of California .t fu_'
,... u honey was used in the most prized I transportation period. -- ---I II Angeles football party,--accom:

recipes. It was. served on royal Light; Ton Rot; 1"--- -From drunkenness he Is opposed to a proposal to I pealed by Joe E. Brown, sped away

MOST OF CASK AND COMES occasions. It was a luxury. But I This rot caused by PezlzeUa ly- to soberness Is a matter of abolish the grand jury system In from Gainesville Monday morning
FOOD and is
FAMILY Is inexpensive
today honey thri Desm.) Shear and is here but thinks some chan&nIn bound for their home
p (By Spuds Johnson) FROM HOME GARDEN, really coming Into its own. The ( Dodge ten hours time, a court Jury Florida, and the
Christmas Is here again. This twentieth century homemaker Is I las Important in Florida as that was told by Dr. H. Mason Smith, the system are needed. He said Christmas holidays on the Pacific
when we should not Fla. -- "Most ;i caused by Botrytis, It Is easily. dis'tingulsbed of the state board of health. He abolition of the grand jury system Coast. The Californians, with
!la:: one time DeFunlak Springs, using honey in her breakfast combinations '
from the other spots. testified an expert witness In had been proposed by Repre- Brown as the chief spokesman
let heartaches and longings crowd of the cash Income we have had dressing her luncheon, I
out joyfulness and cheerfulness this year has come from our home salads with honey, flavoring her I Symptoms-The spots producedby a damage suit where the question I sentative Curtis L. Walker, of were profuse in their praise or

from our spirits. For, as Dickens garden, and I have served at least tea services with honey bakingher this fungus are small, sunken, of a man's. soberness several hours Leon county, and others, and characterized Florida, and Its hospitality. The
I and tan In color. They Increasebut after he was arrested for drunkenness such a step as "a dangerous Bruins were beaten by the Florida
said ,C hrlstmas is "that kind, for- three vegetables, fresh or canned, ham with honey for that com- i I
giving, charitable time when happiness each day,'" Mrs C. H. Spence, Wale pany dinner, and surprising the slowly In size. The Infected was an Issue. experiment." I Gators 12-2, but said they had noregrets
the of everyone said In a tissue is a cone shaped core which, I losing to a team that play.
should be portion ton County farm woman, evening guests with flavorful hon
due to Its texture and to the had ed so brilliantly
corky St. Petersburg Automobile Jacksonville Jacksonville I
recent radio talk. ey nut sandwiches and delicious, .1
Lack of material things should disintegration of the cells adJoin. tourists kept streaming Into Flor- real snow Sunday. But before -
the first time I crunchy honey
"Last was
cot mar the pleasure of Christ- year this season our thoughts ing, can be removed Intact from ida during the past week at the some sun worshipper becomes Winter Haven-The largest im
mas. Life, health and friends are have thus kept I a had record never of realized my gardenand how naturally turn towards the holidays -I i the sound tissues. This is the distinguishing rate of nearly 350: cars a day according alarmed, it was just a bushel basketful portation of Florida grapefruit Into
while things We can ; characteristic of the to Boulton's traffic report and was brought here by I the United Kingdom in recent
the worth much It helped," Mrs. Spence said. which are so fast approach- I
I disease. U. S. 1,17 and 41. Wallace Stevens and Clyde P months was recorded the
learn to do without many of the 'Miss' Eloise McGrlff our home Ing. Try plum pudding topped on Highways past week
material goods which we formerly demonstration agent, has always with honey butter in the menu. I Control:-Same as for Botrytis From December 8 to December 14, Smith, Hastings potato growerswho when 19,000 boxes were received
considered necessary to our hap- demonstration Plum Pudding rot. 2322 southbound tourist's cars were enroute home after a I.In the ports of England, it was announced
Insisted that we home -
piness. As Hambone says, "Folks club members keep accurate I Ingredients: 1 cupful grated Hard Brown Rot; were checked from dawn until trip to the north. They pickedup today by F. A. Motz, fruit

uaeter be thankful fuh all dey had, records. So last year I followed her I raw carrot, 1 cupful grated raw This rot,'which is caused by a dark at the three stations near the the snow at WInston-Salem N. specialist In Europe for the foreign -

but enduring dese time dey's plan and have found It a pleasure. sweet potato 1.2 cupful chopped fungus Rhlzoctonla: so.,' is present Georgia line.Tallahassee. C., they said, and were going to agricultural service of the U.
thankful fuh whut li'I deys' got. dates, 1.2 cupful dried apricots 1 rather generally over the straw exhibit it to friends, if they got S. Department of Agriculture,
There !Is none so poor but be can "From those records I find that cupful seeded raisins, 1 cupful hon berry-growing area of the State, Miss Helen C. home before It melted. through H. F. Willson, managerof

extend Christmas cheer'in some we have sold $217 worth of vege- ey, 2-3 cupful suet chopped or but does. not cause any appreciable II Mawer, state welfare commissioner the Federal-State market news
form to others and thus his tables and $28 worth of strawberry ground, 1-4 teaspoonful salt 2 tea- loss to the strawberry industry.. I said last week that 87,000 fam- Gainesville President John J. service at clearing house head-
Christmas cheer will help others to plants and that I have $47 worth spoonfuls cinnamon, 1-2 teaspoonful Symptoms:-The fungus caus- ilies in Florida were receiving financial Tigert of the University of Floridahas quarters here. During the same
enjoy the Christmas season more of canned goods on hand, and I nutmeg, 1.2 teaspoonful all ing the disease Is present In the: assistance from federal unemployment been invited'* by President period, the United Kingdom received

and at the same time greiMy add know we have used'300 worth of spice, 1-4 teaspoonful cloves, 1.2 ( soil. Thus initial infection of the funds and that 100,- Hoover to attend a conference of: 6000 boxes of grapefruit

to his own enjoyment of this hap- vegetables in the home. Allowing teaspoonful soda, and 1 cupful fruit Is on the side in contact with 000 children, under the age of 15, 100 American educators In Washington from Jamaica, 6000 boxes from

py occasion. To give and to receive fair amounts for fertilizer, seed flour, the soil. Fruit la all stages of or one out of every four In the January 5 and 6, to discuss Palestine
gifts from loved ones is a labor, and canning the total cost Combine Ingredients In order maturity may be attacked. The state, "are in need of a higher important educational prob

wonderful pleasure In Itself, yet the comes to $77. Thus, the garden given. Stir until mixture Is well spots are light tan in color unless standard of care than their par- lems. The conference Is to be pre- Winter Garden <-- Winter Car.
giving and getting of material gifts made us a profit of over $500. blended. Pour Into well greased soil has become enmeshed in the ents can give them." sided over by Ray Lyman Wilbur den's small jail was besieged last

is but the smallest part of Christmas "We never have to buy fruit Pyrex refrigerator dish or Pyrex fungal growth and is adhering to Secretary of Commerce, and former week by homeless and jobless men

since In our home orchard we have casserole; put cover on and bakeIn them, In which case the spots are Tallahassee Christmas came president of Leland Stanford looking for a place to spend the

Friendliness, kindness, ''cheerfulness peaches, apples oranges, grape- oven at 250 degrees F. for 2 1.2 black or dark gray on the surface. to Florida's State prison and con- University. Dr. Tigert said Mon. night. The annual trek from the

-these are within the possession fruit, grapes, figs, plums, pears hours. Remove from oven, cool A section cut through the Infected vict camps five days early this day he was not certain that he north has begun and this town Is
of all of us. However, sparIng I blueberries improved dewberries, without removing cover: fruit shows that there Is a dark year, for Tuesday more than 100 ,would be able to attend. on the vagabond route south. At

we may be of material gifts, strawberries, lemons, kumquats, Honey Butter colored band on the surface of the prisoners received their freedom, least. three persona each night ask

we can give freely of life's best Japanese persimmons, and pecans -I Blend 1 cupful granulated or infected area and a lighter tan colored a suit of clothes, ten dollars and Tampa-Dropping asleep during for lodging, according to the po

things, love, sympathy and service. ." creamed honey with 1-2 cupful area adjacent to, and sharply best wishes for a better life. Near- : the last show at the Park Theater lice. Tuesday of this week, a 10-
When we do that we have had a Mrs. Spence explained that the butter. Let butter stand at room separated from the healthy tissue.In ly DO per cent of those receiving recently,. two brothers, Freemanand year-old boy spent the night in

"Merry Christmas" Indeed. garden soil was well prepared in temperature for 10 minutes so thatit fact, this line of demarcation is Christmas gifts from the pardon Bert Cannon, eleven and nine jail, at his father's request. The

And while we are on the subject early spring. The rows were laid blends more readily. If strained so sharp that the diseased tissue board are long-term convicts, manyof found themselves locked In when parent explained that he and his

: ,of Christmas, let's not forget to off and stable fertilizer along witha honey Is used, use same proportions can be cut away and the remainderof them convicted murderers. they awoke after everyone had left. son were from Tennessee and were

.aay It and write it "Christmas" little commercial fertilizer was beating the honey flrts with the fruit will perfectly edible. Hammering on the door and shout- trying to reach relatives farther
., instead of "Xmas." Let us not put put In them. The plants were cultivated strong double ball bearing typeof Control:-Same as for Botrytls Ocala Circuit Judge W. S. Ing for help, they attracted the attention south. The local police fed the boya

X for Christ, whose birth we are I weekly and topdressedwith egg beater. Then blend with rot.Next Bullock who has occupied the of the expressman, who had hearty meal and tried to make

: celebrating at Christmas time. nitrate once. warm butter. Pour In glass jar, Week: Mixing Sprays. bench for 31 years said Monday stopped to pick up the theater's him comfortable.
I "You could almost see them screw cap on jar and place In re films. The theater was reopenedand -
POULTRY o INDUSTRYIN growing," she said. "I had six rows, frigerator. Honey butter must the boys hurried to their homeat Jacksonville -A negress recent.
BEST CONDITIONOF of beans and I have picked five be kept tightly covered and keptIn And the Worst is Yet to Come Brevard and Grand. Central ave ly taught police a unique methodof

LAST FIVE YEARS bushels off them in one week. My the refrigerator just as you nue. liquor concealment. When a
tomatoes were fine, and I had keep butter. West Union street house was raided

Gainesville, Fla. With the plenty to weigh one and a quarter Isabelle S. Thursby. Falatka-Members of the First Officers G. L. Besaent and J. H.
pounds. I sold most of these for Prescott noticed that table in
present percentage difference between f Baptist church here voted unanimously a
10 cents a pound; people said they the front room was receiving undue
I the price of eggs and poul- 1 to turn over without protest
try feeds one-third more than in would pay more for mine because BROADCAST OF DAILY I I to the ;Jefferson Insurance attention from the inmates.A .
they were so nice. I must mentionour MARKET REPORTS FROM closer revealed that
most their Inspection
1928, poultrymen are In the company handsome church
sweet corn, for this year we' WRUF RESUMED MONDAY J Jr edifice the side paneling of the table enclosed
favorable position they have been erected In 1925: at a cost of
during the last five year, explains were surprised that we could grow 1k2g : $87,000. The action followed fore- a large copper tank partly

: 'the Florida poultry outlook report, such" nice sweet corn In our gar, Jacksonville the market, reports Fla. -direct'from Broadcastof closure,proceedings by- the Insurance filled with liquor. The contents
'soon tfi twh released hv the" Florida the State Marketing Bureau here > company, which holds a mort- could be withdrawn, It was discovered
'' : extension Service. -- on the The bulld- by Inserting a match in a
Agricultural .,. resumed state radio sta- gage property.
. was over
small hole at the end of the table
The number of hens and pullets ing is advertised for foreclosure
tion WRUF and
Monday these reports -
I In Florida Is now about the same asyear 1 WRUF FARM PROGRAM > sale January 3." The building has and depressing a side faucet
are now going on the airdally
'a" ago. It Is believed that the : .I \ O been leased to the congregationfor plunger. The liquor was emptied
I at 12:45: p. m., EST just following 0 0y
percentage of hens to pullets Is I., "The Voice of Florida" the Florida Farm Hour. o 0 oI future occupancy.TallahasseeWhen. this morning, and the table de-
which will lead to w stroyed.
larger, likely -
These reports and the voice of C o 0
lower In 1933. C
slightly production Frank Scruggs, who Is again giv- o eI Dave Sholtz Jacksonville.-Just another shell
The number If hens and pullets Gainesville, Fla. Radio talks I of Daytona Beach is inaugurated
ing them are well known to Florida game. Harry Burnsed concluded as
\. 'of laying age In the United States about important Florida farm broadcast three times governor of Florida here January
dally last
he pondered the matter in Jail
topics will be given by College of 3 he will be
Ia'DoW slightly less than a year the third member of
throughout marketing season week unable to post $300 b nd.
( >ago. but the percentage of pullets Agriculture workers over state the 1917 state legislature to become
last most
year, proved a popularand Prohibition! agents caught him af-
j in the flock is a bit larger. This radio station WRUF at noon each feature. chief executive of this state.
indicates about as many layers In day next week. They will speak helpful He and former Governor Cary A. I after he had deserted his car and
The reports will come from the
1' ran into the woods. There was 20
,- January: 1933, as there were the during the Florida Farm Hour George Washington Hotel Studio Hardee were members. of the I
gallons of liquor in the car, the
from 12 to 12:45: EST accordingto House ,
year before. Relatively low feed of Representatives that
over a full-time wire to WRUF year officers: said. But the liquor wasn't
: prices may cause more liberal feeding the following schedule; made available by the State Hotel I and Governor Doyle E. Carltonwas
all. On the seat tied In a neat
'. Sat. Dec. 24-Florida Farm ,
and heavier production how- Commission for advertising Flor- a member of the state senate.
ever. News and Hints. Farm Editorial ida. No other one legislature assembly package nestling In cotton and

Shell eggs In storage November Snapehota. In Florida has furnished three gov- sprinkled with a peppery-looking
Mon., Dec. 26-Florida fairs and substance, there was was what
:X 1932, amounted to 3,207,000 Stuart Martin county court- ernors.
What They Will Offer-H. O. Clay appeared to be a hen's egg. It
cases which was 44 percent lower: house being redecorated and repainted -
ton. Control of Thrips on Citrus bore this Inscription: "No sheriff,
>:, than the year before and 46 per: Jacksonville Disability allowances
cent below the average for the; -J. R. Watson. for between 4,500: and 6,000 no policeman, no prohibition"

preceding five years. Frozen, Tues., Dec. 27-A Year of Farm attacks fruit that has been In- Florida veterans formerly classified agents, no county officers.

''eggs were about 22 percent below, Progress on the East CoastW.T. jured and causes. a collapse of the as permanently disabled are Burned said It was a "voodoo"egg witch
sv year ago' and 7 percent belowavera&e. Nettles. Farm Question Box. tissues and rapid extraction of the due to be cut off entirely or reduced -I he bought from a local
Consumption of eggs In Wed., Dec. Ornamental De- fruit juice which accumulates in iJ Joe D. Chittenden state service doctor. It was to protect him from

the four principal markets of the cldoua Shrubs Major W. L. the bottom of the container and :I officer, estimated last week. the law.

:United States for the first 10 Floyd. Primer for Town Farmers. drips. out, thus giving rise to common f Chittenden working In cooperthou aFlagler Beach-Buried In the
a months of 1932 was about 9 percent Thurs., Dee: 29-The Importanceof name "leaks" which has been with the veterans bureau here muck land of Bon Terra estates,

less than for the same time Meat L. In the American Diet- applied to this trouble. The fruit .11. .... .. .. },: ... .%. K.. said the action would be taken under north on Flagler Beach, lie prob-
Dr. A. The
In 1931. This Indicates a lower Shealy. Reason for settles down until It only fills a new federal regulation calling ably the most extensive collection
.' ''consumption for 1933. for a Farm Inventory-Dr. C. V. about one-halt the container. A for a cessation if payment on of bones of pre-historic mammals

When these facts are summed Noble. loose cottony growth of myceliumof all disabilities curable by operationor yet to be fcund Is the belief of Dr.
up It is seen that lower feed coats Frl., Dec. 30-A study of Poultry the fungus appears over the treatment L. H. Tyne of the Smithsonian Institute -

compared to egg prices, about the I Mehrhof.Feed Consumption-Norman R. surface of the fruit. This Is the r + Do You Know? + I -' who has ,just looked over
same number of layers, and over a Flashes. Poultry and Dairy "whisker" stage. Later, black j Jacksonville Camp Clifford the ground with the owner Ed

third less eggs In storage than a I I dots appear scattered amongstthe Foster, where thousands of men Johnson N. T. Brown, secretary:

year ago, are favorable, but that I cottony mass. These dots are were trained for service in the and treasurer of Rollins College
lower consumption and the possibility the spore-bearing cases of the I World War has been designated asa and Jack Connery also of Rollins.
of more liberal feeding to STRAWBERRY PRODUCTION fungus. : transient labor camp, where unemployed About two years ago during the

increase production must be considered By A. N.'Brooks, J. R. WatI I Controlt-Fruit should be handled men may find a haven of digging of drainage canals on the

son and Harold Mowry, carefully so as to avoid bruis food and shelter." Several of the estate, hugh bones were unearthed -
Looking at the live poultry sit. J ing. Frequent changing of the water camp's buildings which In peace- which were pronounced as belonging -
uatlon. on October 1. 1932, 36 1-2 used for washing fruit will time house regiments of the Flor- to the mastodon type of

million pounds of frozen poultry FRUIT ROTS greatly reduce the source of Infectious ida and Georgia National Guard in extinct mA"1I'nM*. The belief baa

:was In storage. This 23 percent material. Fruit picked summer training periods, will be been expressed by those Interested

smaller than last October and 27 At present there are four different early In the morning and protected >: t j jC ji ji occupied by the jobless. A thous- that they may find species of the

percent beloy average. Consumption rots known to attack straw From the sun during the trip to and men will find accomodatlonthere. mammoth and dinosaurian group.
at the four leading marketsfor berry fruit In Florida. Three of the shipping point will have a -

the first 10 months of 1932 these appear In the field and or- lower temperature than that picked i I Bartow-A unique plan to ex-
'was about 19: percent less than for dinarily are not Important from an later in the day. High tempera-f Lakeland Applications from termute the deadly rattlesnake

,the'same time in 1931. With .low economical standpoint. One appears Lures favor the development of I approximately 1500 persons seek- ; that Infest Polk county and at the

,feed prices, producers may keep only during the shipping and Rhizopus rot. Hence the fruit I ing Federal jobs In this district I same time to provide a means of
i more birds than usual In the laying marketing of fruit and is often should be cooled as quickly as pos f have been received at his office livelihood for scores of the county's

flock Instead of culling them for highly destructive. sible after picking.. Rapid pre- : since J. Hardln Peterson was elect- unemployed Is proposed by L. C.

meat Leaks or' Whloker cooling of fruit to 35 degrees F. before ed congressman, he has stated. Of Johnson, prominent member of the
This rot Is of most,Importance shipment will completely pre- these about 1000 seek poatofflce Polk county: bar association and
TOBACCO GROWERS MEET In the shipping and marketing of vent the development of this rot. vacancies that will occur within native resident of the county. IDa

strawberries, although it may Brown Rot or Gray Mold f the next two years. Twothirdsof letter addressed to the board of
Live Oak, Fla. -one hundred rarely be found In the field. It Is This rot caused by the fungus his mall Is of this kind and he county commissioners, Johnson
:and fiftyFlorida tobacco growers caused by the fungus Rhlzopus NI. Botrytis cinerea, occurs both In the 1 ; answers all letters Mr. Peterson outline his plan as follows: "Se

recently met here for conference gralcans, which rapidly developsIn field and during shipping of fruit. said. Applicants must get on the cure a large force of the unem-
tl with workers with the Florida Ag- fruit held above 50 degrees F. It[ develops less rapidly than Rhlz- aw S y I eligibility.list by taking examinations I l ployed and search out every snake

e rlcultural Extension Service. Ex- and in a moist atmosphere. opus rot and Is of minor importance 'r1 !I if they hope for,positions, he gopher. owl and stump hole; soaka
4 tension workers who attended a According to Nell E. Stevens in during transportation, but III III.rq stated. small ball of cotton In carbon

recent regional outlook conference Circular 219, U. S. Department of often causes considerable loss. In bisulphide and force It into the

,In Atlanta explained the tobacco Agriculture, a survey of market theft .. Fort Myers-Thoughtful inhabitants hole, and then close the mouth of
outlook and the credit situation inspection reports of Florida Symptoms i-Fruit attacked by f lu tw t' 'i of Fort Myers Beach who the hole securely. The gas form

,fed to the growers while others talk- strawberries showed that during this fungus! never becomes "leaky"as are planning a community program I led by the bisulphide is heavier than
about improved methods of producing the years 1926 1927 and 1931 Is the case: with Rhizopus. The Christmas afternoon and evening', and will readily penetrate to

:75 tobacco. Last year about :I Rhlzopus rot was present in 4.3 spots attacked are at first light -1N.q.ya. a have decided to make It easy for I I Ithe bottom and kill everything In
growers attended such a meet- to 10.7 percent of the shipments brown, later dark brown in color, Santa Claus. Fearing that old St. It. We would thus get rid of the

tog. inspected, whereas all other rots the flesh being somewhat soft at C..Yr saw.lte.4r ,. Nicholas accustomed to Icebergs, highly scented skunk. and gopher

Stuart Bids were present in only 1.6 to 2.6 percent first then becoming hard and dry. I what le 'believed to be the smallest church In Canada i le .this 1 j polar bears and fur clothing,,would and the snake. The total cost of
street oiling opened for new There ls no distinct line of demar- THAT House ef Worship used by the Indiana' near Lytton In the suffer under the warm Florida Sun, labor and materials would not exceed -

program. Symptoms:-The fungus readily, cation between the diseased and southern section of British. Columbia' j r the ,committee in charge has an_ three cents per .

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Prayer Service, 7:30: p. m. Wed parently one of the main ) my office' and mad ap 8% nf N 410 feet of NE% of BE'i
nesday. why the Eighteenth I for tax deed to issue there. Soct 14. Twp. 7 a, R. U ] ....,

B. Y. P. U. 6:30 p. m. Sunday. should be repealed. Did you en,bra.,.nee with the law.following Said The aaaeaament the said certificate of said propertyunder Ueuedwaa I

( property| altuated In Brad: In the name of V F. Flume.
For :
Grace M. E. Church logic contradictory Florida, to-wlt: Tulsa aid r-ertlflcate shall be
thwarting and convolved leave S, of 8fcH4: and "H'n' of 8IEW: redeemed aooordlna to law tax deed
Rev. W. B. Christy pastor. to the "wets." They are 84, Twp. B S. R. SS will laaue thereon on the 8th day of

iid iii lamp onto "T fat, "d i light ado my path.-Pulm 119:105.: Preaching 11 2nd and 4th Sundaysat and specialists along this line : '::' 40 of ecree.aid property Janunrr' this A. D.Strt 1( of December
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. the said certificate leeued wa* A. D. im.
following and f
examples of Itrevard I'ropertle. O. W. ALDERMAN
Prayer service
AH religious teaching doctrine or Wednesday 7:30p. : trations will clearly show, viz: (Seal) florlc of Circuit Court
r LinniXi III aiFUlWi. creed.U they are to hive any claim m. you want to reform "the : said certificate ahall b. ...- Bradford County Florida. '
the love,yalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with Sunday school 10 a. m., Mrs. .. to law. lax dead 1I-8.lSt.l-
overs, old
"good thereon on the SSrd day
qan _. Jeaua the Chrtat whosehom words fit fold and crevice Mary Moore --
supt. A. D. 1(38. MASTER'S SALE!
jthThumSn heart and of it wa.aaid in Jionhn7:46 NEVER MAN League, 6:30: days. and prevent other this day of December,
p. m. Sunday. Notice la
( hereby that under -
THIS MAN. ards from being made make flv.n
IfAKE II and by virtue a decreeof ,
key and "
easily accessible foreclosure mad and rendered
Bradford and Union counties arc Invited to this de.tment > Fraternal I Court
restore of use an abundance of it. Rradtord unity bt the Honorable A. Z. Adkfna
for news of church acttvltle, organizations and annoono Lawtey Lodge No. 189 F. A. Florida. Judge of the Circuit Court of the d
b. Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement M., meets at city hall building 1st Or if you want to reform I and 13th for Judicial Bradford Circuit county of Florida In Chancery In
*T such Itenm reach thla office before Wednesday morning; present dope fiends, and
that and 3rd Tuesdays at 7:30: p. m. Instant-Gas dated November
fella :: Utl.t
they annot be handled for current Inane. the making of other dope that certain cause !
.irwlae T. T. Blackburn. W. M. pendlnabetween the Federal Land
O. J. Phillips. Secy. repeal the laws we now Hank of Columbia Plaintiff and a. II
I I glorifying and praising God for all against about 50 different kinds I : n W. Lewis and. wife Beaale Lewis,

If | | the things they had heard and Been dope and narcotics. Why not 7 et who at"was, Defendtvnt therein appointed, the undereta-ned a* Bpe-

J fI | as it was told unto them." cause none of them are Heater chit Master In Chancery to executethe
f You need never hesitate to IIcThD 100 percent. Therefore I came will, en Monday, the Ind
I accept say
day of January 19SS, during the '
I Jesus and his teachings for peal" the prohibition laws feral hour of safe\ before the Court
nothing good need ever be turned J JTIlE narcotics, and give those louse Door, In tarke, Florida Bell "'
to the highest and belt bidder, for
out to let him into your life. "personal liberty" you have cash the following described landM, !(
: stricted an opportunity to situate, lying and being In Brad ,
ford County! Florida, to-wlt!
( BAPTIST dope in any' quantities, and 8>4 of NWH Seo. 16, Twp. 6 8. R.
and 11 1<1., lea Ian arree described ant'
: STRANGE LOGIC OF THE cheaply as conveniently
? I ., a Beginning! at the NH eorner of SEV4 !
Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J. WETSIt possible. i''i'h7 fti of NW\4 of said section, run thenoeVf.

Thomas supt. Our Christmastree Or if you want to keep I W.. tot to South feet; thence line of 8.said 1TM\ BE decree 14; of ''

on Friday night in the is passing strange what children from falling into a I NW',4, thence R to Baetern boundary .

church. Have all the children strange philosophers and loglclonus dig at least three or four In N. to of point said of SRVt beerlnnlnir of NWU., (and thence other n }t

: present. A good program presents the "wets" are from Franklin D. front yard, arid leave them lands) aa-arreiratlna- .d.T acre*. ,'
: candy etc. D. Roosevelt, clean down to John of course. With the apnurtenaneea.. Raid aalelo .1.t.
be made pursuant to said decree
Worship at 11 a. m. Christmas Garner the Texas Stampeder. I Or if you want to raise to satisfy the came and coat.
music and short address by the mean to place Garner In the Z fill all the territory adjoining H K. PKRRYMAN, r,', y
Aa ftnerlal Maater In Chancery ,
pastor. There will be no serviceat class as a logician. ranch with two or three iaj5tiao. iy
the evening hour. Even Roosevelt in his Seagirt curs. Of course these curs Meeel N. IS ----- -. I
MorirnEMwnrd r
: : B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. N. J. speech during the campaign take "a deep and an abadlng ] TI Jarvis, Individually an
Wednesday Bible study at 7:30p. : dwelt upon "the dangers arising terest"-in your sheep and II. Jarvla. ae administrator .
of the lOntnte: of Ulanch ear.-
m. Interest increasing. Come. from automobiles driven by drunken mistake. INSTANTLY via, deoeaned., Complainant ,
drivers," as a reason (and ap Surely a philosopher and :! va.NlchoUa. l
a practical .11.around Idemn, Idema, his w ,4
PRESBYTERIAN a remarkably low price. wife wife I If If married. lIdema It deceaaed: hla hlaleast : ,

penetrating radiant heat lawful h.lrlll.
SCHOOL DAYS repreeentatlvea
Services Sunday December 23 you Ilk. summer un- legatees l devlaeoi, aranteea, admin- '
as follows: JR"61I'1ri.HIGI"S"u Light in "weight. easy latratora and executors, and any :r Z Zother
10 a. m. Sunday school T. S. Makaa and burns It* own peranne, claiming by throunhor ,1 "
him Defendant S
under or them
lnatantl Uk. .....
Williams,. acting supt. ( no Twenty-Rlxth I Judicial I Circuit, Brad
; no preheating. 7 radiant. ford In Chancery
11 a. m. Morning worship sermon .wI. ..tIe.O11 twW+2r It appearing by affidavit' p
by the pastor. Theme "God : ed to the bill filed In .a above- ( '
Incognito" a Christmas medita- I WIN! lr I :t GoT elated cause that Nlrholae Idema y
$ 40 and wife-If married and Harry '
tion. Special music. In "aT' "*kouGt T. 7 Idema and wife. If married the deifendante ?" N }
therein named are non. ; t
6:30 Christian Endeavor.
: p. m. CIT W)* ft*
I JOST realdenta of the State of Florida,
Topic "Christmas in Picture Song 1tt"'J4e. II = and are residents of Great Neck. 4j
and Story." N4''S.fT Long Island New. York, and are overthe n

The evening church service will I wtrtpC1 M.l ($ I therefore awe of ordered twenty-one: that. ea I

be omitted for this day. OFF; -. dent defendant be and they are
i Local Dealer hereby required to appear to the a i
Prayer meeting Wednesday at bill of complaint filed In said cauaoon
7:30: p. m. I I I or before 08n3h.o? and day ,II I'
COLEMAN I nf January, A. I
The Christmas program of the ., l 1 1I : the allea-atlona. of said bill will t>* '
Sunday school will be given in the I II f STOVE COMPANY taken a* confeaaed by laid defendJ J 6ant.

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church Friday evening, December PKIIeeelehle, P* It le further ordered that this order ,.
23, at 7:30.: A short but snappy III. Le* A.e.lC,1f. I be published once a week for
I II week In the Bradford .-
Lgaaxl consecutive ,II ,
Christmas play will be presented II
County Telegraph a newipaper -
also recitations and songs Christ- II I 14 published In said County and. .
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mas tree and treat for the children. I T OK TAX API'LIUA'r101w UHKU FOIL State Thl'e 15th day of November 1011.O. -
All welcome to all services of W. ALDERMAN, e
/ this church. hereby !given, that O. W. (Official' Seal. ) Clerk; Circuit Court ,r h
holder of tax certificate MARTIN u
D. M
day of July A. D. 1980 Solicitor for Complainant
I of tax certificate No. 14, y
A CHRISTMAS SERMONThe August. A. D. 1 J8: hae ll-a-st-ll-ao. --y--.w
certificate. In my office NOTICUTn ,
undersigned will preach a application for tax dead Circuit Court In and for Brad
: thereon In accordance '
ford County Florida In Chancery.
Christmas sermon next Sunday at Raid certificate embrace 19. N. Anderson Plaintiff
11 a. m., at the Christian Church. In I&' deanrlhed, property va.Mnnle I g"
llradford County Flor- Defendant T
Anderson {
AU are Invited to attend whose ; : In the Name of the State of Flnrlda.I. I
, hearts prompt them to do so. of IV4] of HWV4 of NWU to the Defendant Llnnle Anderftnnt -
and M 13:/ acrea of HWV4 .
: Faithfully yours r'I' ec. 1-6-22. filed hIlt 11
The plaintiff having
I W. E. Daugherty. f .... .. of said property worn bill of complaint wherein 1C ''i''ris
Bald certificate issued altered that your place of reil t ,
4> .
/ name of Unknown. denoe }la unknown to plaintiff; that. :
THERESSA BAPTIST CIIURCII said rertiIcateshall, be you are over the ace of twenty-one n
according to law, tax dead ...., and that there la no parson In
I thereon on the 16th day the Mtate of Florid service of pro d
Services will be held Saturday : A. D. 1931. ceiia upon whom would bind you;
before the third Sunday of each -- M llth day of December, It la ordered, and you are hereby
required to appear to the bill of j
month. (1.W ALDERMAN o mplalnt filed In this cause on or
D. L. Phillips, Pastor. ( Clerk Cltrcult Court, before the ind day of January, A. .
County Florida D. 1 3J. else a decree pro oonf.**o
wilt be entered against you.
LAWTEY CHURCH DIRECTORY It la further ordered that a copy ,
i1)I \ OK ".'.'....,"'1..0N roil nf this order be published In "The (
TAX' U"I'JU Bradford County Telegraph" once
First Baptist Church hereby alven, that T>. W. each week for four consecutive
Hev. L. F. Chapln pastor. ... of tax certificate No. weeks before the return date herein F
of August A. I>. 1838. n..m..d.Wltn..
Preaching services frst! an1 aald certificate In my of- ..** my hand and official seal
third Sundays, 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. application for tax at Stark., Bradford County, Florida.this .
.. thereon In accordance 18th day of November ;-A. V.:
!n. : Hald certificate embrace 1943.
Sunday school 10 a. m., H. B. Ar- I I' described 1 property a. W. ALDERMAN, .
. : (Official Seal Clerk Circuit Court
I situated Bradford county, Flor ) ,
wood supt.
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the effect of the Federal laws, no Virginias. There would be BO guard, some of the boys goln' off County Telegraph POints t

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished county laws,' Incorporationlaws child-like faith then, no poetry, no duty won't be needin theirs for along that Mr. Sholts seems II

Maybe You'veHeard by-laws,, brother-in-laws and romance to make tolerable this ex- time. On the other hand may- made up his mind that to have

1877FLOBIDAPRESS outlaws that have been hoisted istence. We should have no enjoyment be the new regiment would do bet- holder' place Is In hie an office

It But upon an unsuspecting public. except In sense and eight ter If they would get together and that goes for the period of office the, and

MEMBER L Through: these various laws I The eternal light with which childhood advertise for bids, they ought to Isiative session just ae Leg.

have been held down, hejd up, sat fills the world would be extinguished. get a pretty close price on a quantity any other time. mUch aa

ASSOCIATION \ on, walked on, flattened, squeezedand i order like that. -
,. THE NIGHT BEFORE broke until I do not know I "Not believe In SANTA CLAUS! : There

1932 i Ai what I am, where I; am,,or why I You might as well not believe in But seriously, Dave hasn't been Lizza de"may be a lot of "Lobby
"Twaa the before Christmas, ,
,I' :J.ecuda eight am. These laws compel me fairies! You might get your papato I any.more liberal in staff appoint baasee when around Talla.
[J.o'tUJa/td the
... And all through the house, session
merchant tax; capital tax, excess hire men to watch In all the ments, than have other Governorswho it better opens but
Not a creature was stirring: tax, incorporation y.xreal estate chimneys on Christmas eve to I have proceeded him, and con- not be made up of 8heri s,
county clerks
and Entered as Second ClassMatter Not even the souse "father"- tax, property tax. auto ,tax:, gas catch SANTA CLAUS, but even If i slderln' the nature of the office, no groups or they'll' or other oftlClal
Published Weekly on Fridays Whom the kiddies call
tax tax tax CLAUS would deny him the privilege, back home
i :, light tax water cigar they did not see SANTA one to find
at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. He's ginned up once more, school tax syntax, liquor tax, and coming down, what would that so O. K. Governor, on with the somebody else wearta'! their
Lying peacefully there on the sun II badge or parked in
tax and when I dead SANTA dance. swivel
carpet am prove? Nobody sees chair. The !

S. Matthews __________.._________ Owner and PublisherJ. 'Twas parlor the night floor.before Christmas, they look for an Inheritance tax. CLAUS, but that is no sign that ry when Dave boys finds don't he need to wor

C. Robinson ________ ________. _____ Managing Editor "Tally-ho!" sing: the bards, In addition to these taxes, I am there Is no SANTA CLAUS. The The appointments the public are advice or suggestions he'll needs their
requested and required to contribute most real things in the world are concerned about are those madeto for SEND
But mother is out at < r, 'em and the only
to every society and urganiiation those that neither children nor men renumerative offices and I'm he'U
expect to
cards find
The club, playing In
9 SUBSCRIPTION RATE I that the Inventive mind of can aee. Did you ever see fairies bettln here and now that when Tallahassee I
For a quarter a rubber. tag the session will be sheriff
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance She's been there a week; men can invent and organize; to dancing' on the lawn? Of course the Covernor gets around to It, his of Leon county and the
Application the Society of Saint John the Bap- not, but that's no proof that they appointments will meet with public lot even he win be
Advertising Rates on ? The kids have forgot her-they a safe if found in his
don't even speakl! tist, the Women's Relief, Navy are not there. Nobody can con approval. He's made no promises fice and not the own of.
League, the Christian's Home, the ceive all the wonders and he has:no political debts haUl
and! give or imagine
Buy an extra present when you are shopping, 'Twas the night before ChristmasAnd when they start lookln' for
"' Policemen's Benefit, the Dorcas there are unseen and unseeable in hanging' over his head, the men he him/
:it to the Red Cross for distribution to the poor. even grandmaIs Society, the Y. M. C. A., the GoldDlg&er. the world. selects will be men of ability and
crying "hey nonny! H Also to hospital He is absolutely -: But let's not do too much
-oWe And shouting "hotcha! me. every "You may tear apart the! baby's unquestioned integrity. Woreryln'
and charitable Institution In rattle and see what makes the free to select the men for: about our political problems
noticed bit of change locally since Bernard At' the nearest speakeasy, "
haven't .
a town; the Red Cross, the Black noise inside, but there is a veil I office who are best qualified to until after the holidays, let's step
Shaw announced he would visit the United States. I I The And cute the children little darlings-you?-oh yes never Cross, the ,White Cross. ,the Pur- covering the unseen world which 'carry forward his program of efficiency out and give old Mr. Santa Claus

0- I would guess.They're ple Cross, the Flaming Cross, and not the strongest man, nor even and economy., a great big hand, and here's mud i
the Double Cross.: the united strength of all the In your eye and a Merry ChrIst-
Tea" headline. That out playing' "gangster"- And another the Bradford
"Mrs. Gann Ends Feud With says The Government thing mas.
A each has so governedmy strongest men that ever lived
pint on hip-
IS news. Mrs. Gann usually ends tea with feuds. It's really great fun business that''I do'not known could tear apart. Only faith, I --. --- ---, -- -- --

o If the gun doesn't slip who owns it. I am suspected, expected fancy, poetry, love, romance, can Schools Should OfferCourses
Inspected, and disrespected, push, aside that curtain and view
Headline1 says "Florida to Get Another Million". Speak- 'Twas the night before ChristmasAnd examined, re-examined, informed, and picture the supernal beautyand

ing of dollars,'tourists or rays of sunshine? an through the house required commanded and compelled glory beyond. Is it all real? for Singers

o Not a creature was stirring', until all I know Is that I am supposed Ah, Virginia, in all this world
Not even a mouse. to provide an inexhaustible there !la nothing else real and abid

Two days trf Christmas J You'd really better get around No wonder 'Old Santa, supply of money for every known ing."No

that As he passes by, and unknown deed, desire or hopeof SANTA CLAUS? Thank
t9 shopping. Remembers the'l old,'days the human race; and because I God!.he lives, and he lives forever

.. .. And dabs at his eye.HOLSTERY. refuse to donate to all and then A thousand years from now, Virginia ir-; S
We hope Santa Claus hasn't been reading about) these "- go out and get, borrow or steal nay, ten times ten thous-

t money to give away I am ousted, and years from now, he will con-
moratoriums! w'l '
_. r' cussed, discussed,: boycotted, talk- tinue to make glad the heart of
0 W. W. Baisden, who has been ed to, talked about, lied about, childhood."

Our float, representing Bradford County strawberries, checking 44.{ transients at,the city held up, ,held,down, and robbed' -, -0-

got honorable mention in the parade Sa Jrday. .Bradford jail longer than, you would think,' until I am just) about ruined., WHEN PA IS SICK
tells a story that is trea amusant The only reason,:t-am.clinging to

'County $strawberries always deserve honorable mention,); 'jj, (very funny, to you.) life *t all. 4tq see .y'kla1.ttheHenIluomlng.l1ext' Wh n' Pa' Is sick, "he's scared to

o >?'f i .. Just about dark one, day .suite ;: .t; ,*. "J,;,, ..' t; ". death
Only 157-' books have been published in Turkey.d ring a while ago, an. automobile of the ", Respectively,- yours.,,", An' Ma an' us just, holds our
}, make you hope to own some day, (Signed). .-.r ",<3. M.: INMAN.From breath. '
the past eight months. The reading public would be better pulled up to the curbing In front of .O' ,'." E.i He crawls In bed an' puffs and r

; off f if such were the case in the United States. the Jail. The occupants bad evidently grunts d W.' A'r

'1 pOne .. seen a nearby sign adver, An' does all kinds of crazy ;w,
Using a Starke hclatery, but had i Other'Pens l j stunts. _
his first
enthusiast catching
automobile upon faUed to note that It pointed to a He wants "Doc" Brown and ; \.

glimpse of the new Chevrolet displayed locally exclaimed, location a block or so further'on\ : mighty quick,

"Ye Gods I A cellophane radiator!I" A well-dressed woman stepped PUBLIC.ENEMY For when Pa's ill he's awful _
out of the car and accosted Mr. sick.

eH o Baisden thualy, "I'd like to see Traffic Offlce..Baaa- doesn't like He .grasps an' moans, an' sort o'
H One young man discovered the only way to making him- about a room"Before the late model automobiles. His sighs. -

self heard in the House of Representatives. lIe carried a the Jailer had recovered objection is that the manufacturers He talks so queer, an' rolls his

ti pistol' to add emphasis to his words. from his amazement sufficiently to each year have been constructing eyes.
:answer, the woman asked, "Whatare lower slung cars'which make him Ma jumps an' runs, a..n' an of us,

o your rates" loop to place'chalk marks on An' all the house ia In a fuss, ,..

Citizens of Knoxville, Tennessee fasted one day recently "Sixty-five cents a day but_'' hem when they are parked in the, An': peace and joy Is mighty '"."-

and raised $8,000 for their community chest. Why let the Mr. Baisden butted. 'ne-hour parking:zone. But now, IIkeerc8-
4 "That's very reasonable," she replied J he say.,.einee Austins'have become When Pa Is sick It's somethingfierce. .oris .D.sztt'ets+ x ofits'dteXatsteaat i
good work in Knoxville?
are ,those your summer rather numerous1, he has to get .
o--- rates?" down on )hts he$[ ds''and'knees.-

1 Turkeys are selling cheaper than soup bone meat in New "They're our year-round rates" Tallahassee Den'rocrat.O' When Ma la Sick 9I
Mr. Baisden said. "You see, lady, When Ma is sick she pegs away.She's ,
York; City I No self-respecting turkey will be able to hold up this Is the jail"Needless THANKS'ARTHUR."Something-- quiet, though, not muchto

i' us'head' after hearing that. to say, the woman say,
fi -'I 1. 0 moved on to more conventional If definite la neededto She goea right on a-dolnrthlng.,

not more hospitable lodgings. An' sometimes laughs, or even
this Wordswon't
cure depression.
in Florida Invite Hoovers
An exchange says, "Many Towns sings.
cure it; pretending that it is
to Visit His vote in the last election didn't sound so SNAKE" EYE not real won't cure It. The question She says she don't feel extra wen

hpspitable.; Is, what will cure it?"-Arthur But then It's just a kind o' spell
If you are weary of bridge or Brisbane. She'll be all right tomorrow sure,
o poker or pig or whatever,It is ;you
Thanks a whole lot, Arthur. This A good old sleep will be the
1 There's nothing like a circus parade to get folks out. The play here's just the game" for you simplifies the matter greatly. We cure.An' .
-good old "snake eye. It's aa Pa he sniffs an' makes I
confess that for .a long time we .. no I
intriguing as it sounds, ladles and
after- have been puzzled to know justwhat' kick, re'
gentlemen, and just about aa dan- was the. matter with business For women folks is always sick,

gerous. and what.might be the rem An' Ma, she smiles, lets on. sbe'a /
But to get on with the direc- glad nln&, 1 Ines ot Ii-Iac.-titllct- Ywr" ,Jhr lam .n Mat.Y.e.-
We can think .of no meaner trick to play on a fastidious tions: take one of dice 1-2 edy.. Comes now Mr. Brisbane and JI/III./ else !
pair ,
cup When Ma Is sick it ain't so bad. r
condenses the of the problem
woman than to invite her to dinner serve the meat course, brown sugar-there we go again t Into one brief solution sentence: "Some Because They Do Not, the girl! who is good at figuresor

wait for her to say "that was delicious", and then tell her Well anyway take thejdtce and a thing definite ia needed to cure this -o- Talent dress designing'
deck of cards and it's Iota
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Learn Fundamentals
she has eaten some of Arcadia's canned rattlesnake depression" evidently It doesn't
fun to sit the floor. WastedNew
right on I school,
"When children enter
make much difference what, just
o Each player takes one entire suit Late they should be taught the fundamentals
so it's "definite. With this Information
from the deck-If there are more of music instead of simply
Doctors say that growing boys rest too little. We find,
In band, we have something York City.-Many women for ten
than four players use two decks singing patriotic songs;
however, that the trouble is not so much resting too little, but silly. Discard the ace, the seven, tangible to work with and possiblyIt o Classify who have good voice, know mu- minutes in the morning.The teach-
is not too much to that the lie and might have earned a the
say of music should be given
resting at the wrong time-usually when mother wants them and the king, and spread the remainder profitable living as singers, are of
has been knocked the teaching
; panic aa high aa same status as
to run to the corner for a loaf of bread.A In a row In front of you- OUro)''. kite.-DeFuniak Springs S. .. B> RUSSELL KAY working as stenographers and mathematics instead of being I
from the two tUfy. Florid. Pn bookkeepers simply because they
spot on up. Herald. Aeroeierloe; thrown in with the fire-drill.
o Now take the dice and give thema were never given the opportunity "Jea'nnlne Of LilaC
I Dream
card mailed from New Orleans -a- And speakin of standin' armies, to learn the technical. prin- ,
penny post was recently throw (don't tell us we have to Time: Nathaniel Shilkret i Is
,IS THERE A SANTA CLAUS I ciples of singing. by
containing 701 perfectly legible words. It is interesting to give directions for that!I) What I see where Dave has gone and appointed This is the statement of Antoinette one of the .outstanding contributions -
staff and foolln'. You It
ever number Is thrown turn the a no to musical advancement.
note that the, message was signed "F. D. L.", and not, as corresponding card over. 1C you (Editorial in the New York Sun, know the staff Is supposed to accompany I Doris Daniels Halstead, makes, who one with of opens up an entirely new field In

'f might'be expected, "F. D. MacL." throw a six turn the six over, If September, 1897.) the Governor, and now Broadway's most popular up duet musical interpretation of motion
you throw eleven turn the jack. We take pleasure In answeringat we know that when Dave says specialties. pictures, and it "marks the first
Catch 7Continue once and thus prominently the accompany he MEANS a Com- "Every industrial and business ail-American Interpreted picture.
Dr. Shaw, professor of philosophy at New York University, until throw a num- communication below expressingat pany. school should have a singing This should have been few accomplished ol
you but so
says, "Dread in the heart is worse than dandruff in the hair, ber whose card has already been the same time' our,great gratification r teach course It in in'the, its same curriculum business-like, and our musicians long ago have, the proper
that Its' '
is "
and fear in the soul is worse than film on the teeth." The turned, or until you throw a seven. numbered ,' the friends of I If I waa one of these Chamberof manner that they teach book- training and background.
The dice then to the next among Commerce Convention Secretaries Miss Balstead secured her own
keeplntr or
pass says
doctor may right.but: you wouldn't think so to read hair player, and you ante.' If the next the Sun. ,,,' ', ,I'd start workln' on. Dave I Miss mancurlnf'who is training in Rome, New York

tonic and tooth paste advertisements.* player baa also already turned the Dear Edit4R--am Some ydrs'old right now in an effort to get him musically inclined has the rightto where she was a choir organist
\ number have just'thrown. the to visit my city and bring his staff 1 demand from her community's Miss Daniels born in Council
CJ! you $ of ,)Uittle friends educational system the same Bluffs Iowa, has studied !n
dice him my with him, then I'd meet 'em at the I Milan
through to the next
Life Is occasionally brightened by harmless little mistakes man,pass etc. If all players have turn say' there is, ,no SANTA station with a band and'stage an "technical! training that i. given i and-bas-sung,._-in- opera- -in -

in newspapers. A recent article in the Titusville Star- ed the card, you hold the dice and CLAUS. ELKS parade.I .

Advocate telling about bob 'said keep on trying to throw box care. Papa says "If you see it in
;, a man shooting two cats, that The Sun It'. ''
so. was over in Winter Haven the
he "stood in the front odor of his home." It should have been you Hal fail.Don't forget to ante everytlme Please tell me the truth' Is other day and Jack Guthrie told The Same Old Wish

"the front door of his home." ','. Needlesa to say the first man .there a SANTA CLAUS? me he was only plannin' to reservea
VIRGINIA O.HANLON. section in the Grandstand at the
o to turn all his cards over wins the
115 West Ninety-fifth St. Florida Orange Festival, for the)
?' Henpecked husbands please note: Research workers at pot. And play what for a fun pot!until Maybe you'dbetter get "Virginia, your little friends are Governor and his party, but after I. FORA
the London Hospital have announced the discovery of a drug the hang of it. wrong, They have been affected seeln'.the'Hat he got busy and baa

'r that'eliminates fear breeds courage stimulates intellectualand by the skepticism ,of a skeptical a flock of carpenters at work
age. They do not believe except buildup an addition to the stand.
physical strength. Sheep and cats, after having been AMBITIONMy they aee. They think that nothing .Merry Christmas

f, given the drug, fought and killed dogs. At, the same time, one ambition can be which la not comprehensible But don't be alarmed, the Gov

when mice were given/ the drug they subdued cats without Is to hear a mortal by their lltle minds. All ernor's Army don't figure in the
Give out that sound minds VIRGINIA, whether theybe BUDGET and all them uniforms,
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effort, it is claimed. Referred to as a "chortle". men's or children's,* are little. In ,boots, Sam Browne Belt and spurs AND "

o this great universe of ours man ia 'don't contribute to nobody's deficit

There seems to be at least one man in Congress who is Well merry Christmas, ladles a mere insect, an.. ,.In his Intellect .but the guys that own''em. So
and and let aa compared with the bound ahead and click
gentlemen, the New you can go on your
sincere in his desire to cut the cost of government. A DemO.eratic Year take care of Itself! less world about him,.aa measured heels and glve'em snappy salute A New Year

: representative from Indiana has announced that he is II'TllIELY .- by the Intelligence:'capableof when they march by and aa for Happy
n REPLY grasping the whole and the Ladle I'm for 'em and when
preparing legislation directed at what he termed "the funeralracket" truth ,
knowledge. I meet up with Lt. Co!. Marie Hol- .' *;
In congress. "While it is perfectly fitting and proper The "Y ea, there "Is SAN- '. ;, ',*
following letter was writtenin Virginia, a derman I not only expect to come U ,
that members of congress pay the utmost respect and tribute reply to a premium notice.. TA CLAUS He exists aa certainly to attention but rm.gonna step "., t..' ...,, <; "?< '; ,

tfrdeceaBed", members; it certain beyon1reason to pay the Gentlemen .l>r '*. as love and generosity' and 'devotion right up and.FRESE3fT ARMS. : w< i "C' : ',,<'- '"

expense ova dfoen I wish to inform you"that the exist and you know that -
or.t'wo dozen attend the fun. present shattered condition of my they abound and give} to your life And lpeaktn' uniforms, with STORE

rp r"l, the represenative said. And for the'first time in quitea bank account makes 'it,impossible its highest beauty' and joy. Alas! times like they are, there ought to ANDREWS

while we are forced to admit that the representative is for me to send you a,check ia response how'dreary would tx the world if be some first class awappin' up In ,
right. to ;your request. My pres- there were no SANTA CLAUS It Tallahassee along about the first

ent financial condition Is due to would be aa dreary aa If there were of the year when they change the)

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