Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title:
Bradford County Telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.S. Matthews
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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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.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Cold PackStrawberries High School ORGANIZED AT .' Stand ,

-- In order that the Agricultural Orftanl.iAl.loii Will bo. Known AH I' Extra Session s + :

Print Expert Called In toGet
Extension Service may be of greater the .Jonrll.J"mKfonl.-hlto n

.- Prints Left by Mltcrcant > MERRY CHRISTMAS benefit to the farmers. It Is necessary Post, American' Legion $ p" tr

| Firm !Sends' ItcpresentaUvo, on Window. f dhat the farmers' problemsbe Siy Ho Will Walt forTerm ICc..cuJal"" j
studied carefully and definite I Friday evening about sixty
gore to Look Over I'osulbtlt- The practice of flooding the plans be made. To do this the I World War Veterans met In the Legislative Tax 1 wh"h pAction' ka.

tics for This Benson boiler room'of the high school leading farmers and business men I county court houso and proceededto !

-' ,. building to 1 put the steam heating of the county were called together organize an American Legion 'j
Dec. 16 --No special
s Tampa
plant out of commission and get last week in Brook- a
Surplus strawberries from this In meetings! Post ;' 'Y
session of the legislature Is to be
"aMn" TOP will be packed under an extra day of vacation Is goingto er and in Starka. Y'1 Several prominent officers of the r
Il.k" culled by Governor Carlton to Skk
be of the accord- pUll ;
a thing
', cold pack process'! according past Mr. W T. Nettles, district agent r rs Florida Department were present r'n
e an enabling act empowering the ?
MJ, E. Rahal member of the ing Superintendent) Grim9. To from the Extension' ,ofllco at Ft among whom were Departmental
J 4 state to take advantage of the In.
atial: Brokerage Company of this end he had the finger print Gainesville, and )I... L. T. Dyer Adjutant( Howard Itowton. of Pa- "

lceJand(I, Ohio, who was In expert connected with the sheriff's county agent for Union and Bradford latka,' George Walker, Vice-Com herltanre tax' amendment to the $ ] 44'4

arks his week on a preliminary office' In Gainesville take photos ot countlos were present at both i mander 2nd District, Montlcello, ,constitution. The governor let
the I that fart become known i "
aud the perfect finger prints left by meetings. They explained their Walker Adjutant 4'
irvey) >' the county out w and Cal Beverly '
,iok for securing a large volume of the person who broke out a win ; work and their plans for assisting :fr: Montlcello Pout of American LegIon Instead, he declared unmistakably j't ,ttv
that he Intends to wait for
mil to take care of his orders al- dow pane last Wednesday to gain i the farmers. Although both men also Miss Louise Cone, Assts- < v 4et'
access to the basement of the : the next regular session of the legislature I, ,q '
,,udy booked. He has begun ne"tlaUonK HEALTH TO ALL made Interesting talks regarding t tan Organizer' of the American '
for; securing the packing building to open the water line. ; the present situation of the farm- m mI mfr Legion Auxllary of tho the Ameri- to convene next April f. , t

The boiler room was flooded but I ers, It was an Informal meeting I adding that such au act, passed at : ry,
northern ot ot Springs.
ant In the part town --- ----- can Legion High'
here the fruit will be prepared as soon as it was reported to Superintendent [ with the farmers asking question Mr. Rowton gave a splendid address the regular session, might easily Ae "' ,*

nd packed. Present faculties GrlflU early Thurs- i and participating in the discus I outlining': the work and alms bo made retroactive, being dated
he secured the service the No Arrests back to Include such Inheritance ;
day of
Tag sions.
i-ro for cold storage are Inade- of the Legion and told of the wel-
flro truck and the taxes" as might be paid during x 4
big pumper Extension j
,rlate, ( but for the first season Mr.'ahal The object" ot the fare and charitable work under x
l clans to truck the fruit to emntled the room of 'water In 161 'workers was tacwork out with the taken by the various Posts In the 1D30. 1 t: i14'

Jacksonville after It is processedhero minutes The delay In, startingtho Until January 15 farmers nod business men a.salei -- ------- state lie stressed the fart that governor said he believed KTIIAN'QUKT "ruJyThe

It will bex stored heating system resulted In and-sane, practical program which MISH' LOUiSE COM:; : I the Legion's primary alms were to the cost and trouble of a special

If Mr. Itahal's plans are carried chilled rooms for nearly halt the i would be applicable to all the Department Vice-President of foster Americanism and render session could be avoided in this I

|>iraugli, he expects to buy the day but school sessions were heldas Governor Carlton-Intlnuttra That tarmeltet, :AlI phases of farm work American Legion Auxiliary, aud service to the community. way, Its said that such an act 0 ,

of usual. could not be considered, but all Department Radio Chairman, High the probably would mean the addition t
!,iff or portion fruit after the, Slu-rlffa and Others """oulll The Messrs. Walker told of At
lain shipping; season is over,. payoff ' Supt. Grlms stated costs of operating agreed that an outline of the principal Springs? Fla. work In their organization and of two million dollars or more anfuually .- V ?
toe'local school amountedto Go Light on Knforcc- things that"'hmake for the to Florida's tax-derived ,
approximately $3.50: per bushl -, success urged those present to organize,'r
>I for berries in bulk., ,His plant I more than one hundred dollars mont" with' the-arerage farmer for ittELitOAI'IDiMIRSiONIIt: both 'were able speakers and emphasized -, rtveuiiOB) pointing out that FlorId f 'fk

..111 also employ a. considerable' per day, and it was too expensiveon the coming yea/ are: nmH I (tome splendid points. I lam have paid annually Into the ', w,

orce during the rush season pre the taxpayers to let the practice According toe news story car 1. Every farmer shall produce a Miss Cone spoke encouragingly of Federal; treasury at least two and

wring the berries for; freezing, and continue, outside of the damage ried In Tuesday's edition of the living at home This to Include Funeral! tho .work that should\ be under n half million dollars for the last s.

he price offered by the company done to school property and discomfort Ocala Morning Banner, time forgetting ,a year-round'fnftlen' plenty pork, services for Appling 8. taken by a post here and promisedto seven years.Although" M _
brought to students and Wei la, 63, for ten years a memberand wasr,1, +
ill alMa serve to stabilize the | automobile license tags poultry milk, syrup<< potatoes and assist In organising an Auxiliaryhere Governor Carlton
dees for fruit during the Ilstoeks faculty. After consulting the trustees has virtually been'extended to Jan- other such produce as can be chairman of the Florida. State as soon as the Post was char' emphatlo in expressing his belief b +'te

of the season. ,8upt., Grime had the finger uary 15th. No extension bf time grown on the tticm. for home use. Railroad Commission, were heldin tered. that an Inheritance tax law with a t

A representative of the company print expert sent from Gainesville will be granted according; to the 2. More liver stock on the farm Tallahassee tbe Mlccosukee All sections of the county were retroactive clause could be passedr s +!

kill return here during January to and an examination made of the story, but the governor's'letter In- Including hogs, tows, and poultry: road at 4 o'clock Wednesday. Mr well represented and a fine delegation -, by the legislature, and that sucha
window and ledges for finger law and with bred Wells 1 died at his home shortly after law would stand the test of Supreme f
Lmplete.. their plans for taking timated that enforcement officers Improved pure from Lake Butler and Un-:
I are of this season's, crop. prints. Perfect prints were foundon would go light on arresting males. 8 o'clock Tuesday night following Ion county was present, no It ,was Court scrutiny, presumably

the window glass where the drivers with old tags right after 3V Grow more feed stuff and an illness of only one day. : decided to proceed to organize well Informed lawyers here today t' .l y

person had rested one hand while January 1st. Marion county'ssheriff sell It through the live stock. Physicians stated that death was temporarily In order to secure a disagreed with him, pointing tu

|!HOLLYWOOD FOLMKH"AT : breaking the glass and these were has stated that no arrests 4. Improve the soil with sum caused by a cerebral hemorrhageearly temporary charter, which will be the prohibition in the Florida con

GAIETY TIIKATKE dusted and photographed.To would be made until after Jan- mer and winter legume cover Tuesday morning. With the replaced In 00 days with a perm-

find the guilty party or parties uary 15th. crops, which will save tremendously exception of two daughters, who anent charter. Forty-two Mf lion,
Don't forget next Monday nightt it Is only necessary to secure In this the fertilizer bill. were In Carolina, hU entire family .
I connection Sheriff Ep- on vice responded and ex; post facto legislation on any
(be Gaiety Theatre, Mr. Kobt.liemorest .. finger prints students? in the person, when questioned as to 5.''Cooperate with other farm-I was at his bedside at the time of promised men to Join during the otters week .bject,
) presents one of his own school and VhlfL( HU be done ImmedIately death. Ir tIr', '"u
what he would do in this county, ers in purchasing certain suppliesand A. J, Thomas was unanimously Governor Carlton made bin Evt!
flays, In four acts "Hollywood Fol- after the Christmas stated that he would be as lenientas In selling farm products where elected Post Commander, and N. statement while on a short visitto

tos", with a selected cast ot local I holidays, when every male student he could In the matter, and It possible. .TKACJIKIIM. MEET AT RISING I). Walnwrlght, Jr., was unanimously Tampa to attend the Florida w {,it

layers Mr Demorest will handlehe will be, finger printed'a8 well as was not his intention to begin arresting In conclusion of the (meetings, elected Post Adjutant. The State Baptist Convention, In, seT "",

comedy character In the play, the teachers and janitor. It Is not motorists with old tags on Mi. Dyer stressed the fact that name of the Post selected Is the don here last'week '

IZol> Peabody" the constable, and the intention of Supt. Grime to be January let Sheriff Epperson these Big Five Principles hereby The Bradford County Teachers' Jones-Laugford-Whtto Post of the i'' .
Iba show will be opened by the hard the or parties guiltyof Association met last Saturday at
on party
pointed( out that during the past adopted were entirely practicaland American Legion. The name being UlL\JWOIU) TJU""nOl'" '
Jmlre company In an opening chore the offense, but' unless they motor car owners had been allowed within the means of practically the Rising school house and heldan taken from the family names of : TONIGHT yr

including seven of Starke's come forward and acknowledgethe from 30 to 45 1>" days after January every farmer In the county, and interesting session Dr..,U. L. Willie J. Jones, Neal Lnngtord and -
moat popular young ladles. Vaude- deed before the board Is put Lancaster, of the University of
that with the following
1st In which to secur.their farmers Richard Ray White, three veterans (By Gary Overstreet.)
Illo will be presented between to the of finger printing, I Florida, was the principal speaker. ,.iahl's'
expense trigs and that the people of the inch a program we could easily
( who lost their lives In action, the .. The Tornadoes, Bradford High'sfootball = .I a p r 9
rls by Mr. Oleson and others.. the trustees have authorized press county had always fallen In line forecast better times for the fu At tho noon hour the people of'' names being arranged alphabetically team will be entertained I '

Don't miss this one. Show starts ing of charges of breaking and entering and bought their tags or put their,, ture. the Rising'community served a' for convenience tonight at their second annual t 8.00: o'clock. All school: chllren. on those connected with the cars before expiration of the'! most delicious and bountiful dIn-' N

ft 25c; adults, 60. crlmo by means of the finger time limit.up He sees no reason why OA80LINK STOVE ItLAZEH: ner, which was highly appreciatedby It watt decided to meet each sec- banquet. This affair, which la arranged '
by the "mothers"
all the association. ond and fourth Tuesday eveningsIn of the
prints. the same procedure cannot be car team will be held ;{
each month, the next meeting at the Magnolia
BUY CHRISTMAS SEALS'' ried out this year. The news story A portable gasoline heater in Starke was represented by the Cafe at eight o'clock
to' be held In the court house at tonight. ,
Now Arrival
----!i. as appearing in the Ocala dally follows Corpening's Drug Store caught fire following persons! A, J, The
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Huff are the 7:30: after. which arrangementswill most Important business to
Unless child Is : Wednesday afternoon and county school .
your neighbor's sprayed orlm"1 before
be made for come the gathering is the
of nine pound permanent quar
hroterted from communicable dls- proud parents a "Authorities will not grant an burning gasoline over the floor of S. Cowling1", Droward Lovell election of leader' ,
a for the next WMith
little arrived p y
The lady
tuo you cannot properly protect baby girl. extension of time on payment of the prescription room. The fire Helen E. Maynard, Mrs. Frankie ters.Any
Jour child" said Mrs. Ruth Bryanwen Dec. 10 and has been named Shirley 'automobile license tees, the local alarm was Iturned in but the Hudson, Miss Oussle Mae Bennett, other ex-service men who year succeed Captain "Gator"\
were unable to be at this Captain Inman has con tri'chided
Louise. Prior to her marriage meeting tf
Florida, Christmas Seal merchants association has been flames were brought under controlby Mrs. If. C. Hitch, Misses Olive Ray,
and who desires to become char- his football career at Bradford
Mrs. Huff will be remembered as a
'halrrnan use. of a hand extinguisher before Estelle Davis Ethel Griffin, Madge
infection Miss Joe Shaw of Gainesville. (Continued on page 4.) . Mlddleton and Eunice High and his term a* captain 4
/'Tuberculosis damage was done Perkins
occurs any __ __,_____I Inu (Continued on pairs 8.) hall been the most successful ot
oat frequently In and '
childhood I
any so far. The respect and esteem
discovered In, time, need never which In accorded Captain,

'lavelop Into the active type. Inman, on and off. the field, testifies
'uristmas Seals provide Health
to his excellent qualities of
achlng and training and clinicso leadership. { s1,4S '
discover Infection. Mrs. Wil-!
The man to be chosen tonightwill
lam L. Wilson Panama City
lead a team which is a heavy
resident, Florida Federation of loser
by graduation Although'y a
omen's Clubs, said recently:
H tbe backfield is not considerably' '
'The best means to combat tu- weakened, the line looses most of ?
culosls, authorities tell us. Is a the beef
kood and brawn that has madeit
Public Health Program pre- '
no formidable. Capable substitutes

hntlrg infection, especially among k
of this year, however, will a

Children rculoRls. ; thus prevents what other prevents diseases.tu- MERRY C IR151'MpS be A there most to fill their shoe.

' enjoyable evening la
This Is a good time for us toke r t
predicted by all who expect to at. 1 f
inventory of the Health .

|fc 8iatu}eDerous of our community. -Our rr-z\ by Mary Graham Bonner tend. F'

purchase of Christmas ; Plum'T: HHOIIT HTHAWUKItHV : Le"c
will help maintain adequate .. ., CIIOI" vr
| .andardJl( of community health.' /I'/ .y. -y vf '" 0-' ?

Grand Rapids, Mich., Pee. 12. i iA
lult'BLE FUNERAL HELL: short crop of strawberries InIn iw

TUESDAY it prospect in Michigan for next

Funeral services- for Dewll ) Merry Christmas to each one May: your .Christmas jolly,s Grand season,'Rapids grower attending reported while thft SOB-In ,4, i r

?lbree olnt' ,. and 35 I> years Raiford at L.age Strickland of Canal, i From early morn 'till set of sun, With greens and .mistletoe and Ions cultural ot the Society.Michigan The Stato past .ea.on.liorti-k' r

'i years ot age of Starke; were Merry Christmas you all ., holly was so dry that plant growth was
kid" Jointly Tuesday morning ate below normal. A* 'a result tho k

6* A.Klngaley. Donnelly Lake In charge cemetery; Rev.. i. Whether you are big or small. With presents and a lot of cheer fruiting thin. vines will be' short and k! +" ,

*'. Strickland died suddenly ;, '.. And a following happy .z''
day year II. CKEWp .
morning at his home near : ;;- 't d
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rho ,
Funeral services were,to : '
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J held Monday but were postpon- : John C
* du B. Crew of Lake Butler; who died
to the death of Mr. Boree ,. .r
" atr. Boree, who was the son-ln- 'f Saturday ,at her home in that t'town
ew of were held Tuesday afternoon ;
Mr. Strickland arrived In ,
* at 2:30 o'clock from t '
the Lake
Strickland's. Monday morning funraU to He attend, dies, Whether you are young or old, 'J fl'Merry Christmas to each one Butler Baptist church Interment ,t .

WdsDly 1('. Strickland about ten Is o'clock.survived by t Greetings to you often. toldr; From early morn 'til set of sun. Lake was made Butler In cemetery the family under lot at direc the ' ,

deding** wife Mrs and Boree.several Mr.children Bores, In-In e I must wish and wish again--- Merry Christmas to you all, pony tion> .of the peWItt C. Jonas com- v "

addition to his wife Is also sur- It's old refrain. Whether r,
a Right-of-way
sired by several children. you are big .small.. of for construction
> road from Brown Farm to +, ''
Arrangements' were In charge of i Boyn- i'
be IhWltt ton: will be secured by Palm Beach l
-. C. Jones company : county commissioner' .
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i'' While. many of us may not have been blessed with the macheer :t : we take this opportunity to give tongue to our)

} p L.1:' terial things of life during 1930, yet we can, look back twelve newed sense of gratitude to our patrons : : and to exnr rr. i
x our earnest hope that for all of us that Christmas :?
YY?'YF t ,, months and see ourselves rich in that rarer and finer cur mark a new era of prosperity and happiness! This day is i
+ rency, Good Will. Christmas is a time of sentiment and sincere wish!
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;: FIRST i A Feast of Good Will!

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+ t' Jast; and always we wish I

i Yuletide is the time of good
you the choicest blessings I
Providence.. May this cheer and good will. We are r' JUT.A

1 Christmas and many others in .tune with the times: for .BOLL-(

see you in health and V we wish all the blessings of CHRISTMAS

wealth. Providence upon our

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' meet with fruition on The blessings of

From Baby to Old Folks 2eaYa,' ."pd;:.'C this Christmas day! And pros

a may Success attend your i perity-may they attend

striving! ._ our friends! This is our
. We wish our friends and loved ones all the
earnest and pious wish
good things of life :: lasting health, prosperity,
d good cheer and happiness. We appreciate the B. C. DICK & CO. for the 1930 Yuletide!IMagnolia

: privilege of serving you during the year, and look May Your Joy

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"Merry Christmas" to all! Be Ample! .
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You Can't Learn It In BooksThat
The season's greetings Market

good old-fash to our friends. May the
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Jollity must be read in ,
yours in a sufficient
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quantity. That's our sin-
friends. To you and n'
Our Wish for Christmas! cerest wish.
your dear ones we "' '
I Cheer t>
proffer our, expressiono "
MERRY May this day stand out"as sincerest Good '' Torode

the day of Good Will and Cheer.
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Jollity. On that dayXmaswe
wish a lifetime of Peace
'S and prosperity too u r

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Bradford Farmers CHRISTMAS As We Ride Lifer
County Supply announce the hope l, 'ftut, 1930 Through

# that each peal of the "d i
Christmas chimes i
Sweet be rest on r r't '
rings in a bit of good your ,Let Christmas be a day
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\J of Peace on Earth and
Christmas eve. Gay be r.
We Rejoice! Cash MarketL. ( " * E Good"wm to- Men. It is

A. Meade your fun on the Yule. 1 the day when we express

A Good old fashioned ; a A our gratitude and friend

Christmas, replete with -.-.- _ -, ..-. May aU good things go MERRY \V to
> ship to those patrons
cheer and jollity to you CHRISTMAS Q

and your dear ones. May I with I O whom we owe success.
the blessings of the day S you I J

attend upon you-that's ,
the wish we convey to all Q '. :FRED F. STUMPy NAT STERNBERG

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some of us 1930 may
Good Cheer! May the of Providence for all] your i
.& have had its share oft
Good Fortune! household be permanent
p' gloom, and worry. But prosperity, good Health M

We 'are sincere in our now is come the golden and happiness. This is'
wish that Santa Claus' l
reindeer wil bring to you ft. tide of joyous serenity our Yuletide wish to all

4 a sleighful of everything Protect you and yours our friends for 1930
I from all the ills of the
and happiness. May the MERRY
that is good in life-- and every year thereaf
day from this day I
Q health, happiness and forth-that's an earnest CHRISTMAS Christmas spirit last during I ter. & .

prosperity. wish for this Yuletide EER .
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'io' All Our Friends . all the New, .Year. We Hope Santa Brings You

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f-- July. Consumption of flue-cured FIRST FLORIDA 11ERRIKB

Field Crop And tobacco Is closely related to cigarette ARRIVE UNDER "DRV ICKT roe

; consumption, which has ,,4 ,, ; l

i'i'I I' FARM NEWS SECTION DAIRYING Feed ProspectsFor been Increasing rapidly but is now Kansas Ctly, Dec, 12.-First arrivals ,t

showing definite signs of slowing of Florida strawberries: to ;
\ OutlinedGainesville Judging from past experienceit
i.., )- 31 up. reach this market this season
would be hazardous to say that
!i --- Dr. L. D.LeCear T. S.Dr. .
came in via express last Friday under . ,
Conducted By consumption would resume an up- ,
r..c.cIaa.its ef Ontnt :Fla": -- The nation'sgrain ward trend In the near future dry jce instead of in the usual

PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration-Agent Veterinary CoII ,1S93. 'Cel supply for the 1930.31 season Prices next July will probably be pony refrigerator. The shipment' ,l+,Y

MISS ., veterinary work. Eminent authority asst has been about 13 percent be- depressed below this year's level. of 16 quarts consigned, by r
raising of dairy cows, other Uveetoek and potJtry. Nadaatallyknown The outlook expects late sweet Henry Mela of Plant City Fla.. to ':
-- l_ti .......writer and aatbor.Article. low the last season's supply just k .?
Reits & Baum was received in ,
potatoes to have strong competition : a
931 Outlook For I I -- - released by the Florida Agricultural sweets planted for fiber carton built to hold the 10 Ift''tr
but early
Ii WRUF FARM! PROGRAM I XVlll The disease Is fatal In most%ases. Extension Service cooperating ,
before the main crop quarts and with a small compartment -
a il Livestock Partly I "The Vole of Florida" I DISEASES TO WATCH The body should be buried etc or with the United States Department -i should< sell. tor fair prices. Florida I .In the middle of the box for 1'' w?
also all bedding, ,
u '! _ burnt of Agriculture and Federal for: the dry Ice. t S' 'I'' ""7
FOR AMONG CALVESScours growers; of Big Stem Jerseys '
Partly Goodralnesvllle. The same germ which\ causes Farm Board In thin the corn While the Ice had disappear'j'' '
r Fair Gainesville\ Fla. "Christmas 1 shipment in June and July have dry
white Is said to be the cause
scours at
is Included, and placed '' '
Presents that Florida 4-H Club yield a fairly good market. The low ed during the time the carton was r
la tile Mont Prevalent and of penumonla which occurs among bushels below '
about 700 million
to 'In transit, the box showed an Inside r:
The Florida Boys Have Given Themselves, price of cotton is expected\ ;
Fla. calves a few months old. Symptoms The'hay is the
Should crop
outlook tor 1931 Agrl- will be a Christmas Day talk In lk TI'l"aWtll"roml>tJy are loss of, appetite, weak- smallest average. since 1918. In view of cause an Increase in sweet potato temperature of 43 degrees

,rtstork Extension Service In co- the week's noonday farm programs ness and coughing. Calves may also farmers will acreage, and the yield per acre Is when opened and the berries came> ;' yr 2:;
inirnl Federal Farm from WRUF state radio station Medical science has made marvelous cold the situation Florida likely to be larger than this year's out In pretty fair shape. While .
from ,
Oration with strides during the present contract pneumonia do well to plant oats and rye for not In condition ty: "r
aa good as
; located here, the Florida Agricultural low yield. many
Depart- !:
States and high
United quarters. Coughing make
Jerd and damp grazing and hay and to '
Century in the field of human life cotton pony refrigerator arrivals, they ,
Extension Service has an Existing laws prevent a
but when we come to live stock we temperature will result. Blankets early plantings; or sorghums. cowpeas '
Fireflyted nounced. forecast but large storage hold were better than many seen hereIn ; 2
still in and researchfor warm quarters and a mild purgative etc. Even at moderate
> are deep study ,
i past seasons and the slightly e,
The farm broadcast and reduced consumption
now programs are ings,
no brighter should be resorted to at once g.
Ipecta are is too low
methods to combat of the prices, purchasing power N' '
somo G'
moist and bruised condition may :caw
there Is little from 12:16: to 12:45: eastern along with the depression, com-
In the latter case.
year ago more common aliments. This is especially for the farmer to buy livestock handA'I. .
a 1
!an have been caused ..
to rough
the price of milk to incite standard time, each week day, and for 1931 bine to make 1931 hold nothing
for true of calf diseases. The feeds. Corn production
bAnce the out- Inlg lu transit or to weather condi-
improvement is exited the main talks for the week beginning stimulate optimism as to
gradual nature of some of the diseases will probably be larger than 1930, ,
beef cattle situation, December 20 follow: HEM HOME: WORK look for cotton. Careful consideration tions at growing point prior to
i in the which affect the calf and and leas will likely be consumedby
outlook is favorable, andre Sat., Dec. 20 Florida Farm young allow 'should ba'glven to varieties. picking. In any event. the shipment
hog wool outlook Is only News and Hints. U. S. Farm Science \- successful methods of combatting DeLnnd Fla.-Volusla county hogs Floridians fertilizing and credit, as. well as went to Kansas City's largest Sa, *
;ie sheep and Snapshots, them are still a matter of grave home demonstration sales were recently for thin, planting corn in the rotation the production of feed and food handler o f fancy groceries who ;k, e 11

iir. Mon., Dec. 22 Care for the concern. In the meantime here held here and at taytona for home-grown feed. ; crops placed them on sale for his Saturday's V'' '' .
more cases of eggs la great economic loss the countryover number of The 1930 peanut crop Is the ,
Beach and
Yearly3 Sow In Behalf of the Spring Pig a large pro- business. The price at which j
storage In the United because of the high percentage farm were smallest since 1926, though the a
made by women
ducts :
ere In Crop-W, J. Sheely. Bill and he obtained them on the street Is ? + ;
November 1. 1930, than of mortality. Miss Cole home demonstration acreage was about average. Move- WHY CMrIl OlHIj tINSCrestview
/i ales on Abe. The Trends of Dairying In sold Orpha reported at $1 per quart. Z.. ..
the name time a year before. Take the matter of abortion agent announced.,. A ment to market has been rapid.

t holdings of poultry meatere Florida-Ilamlln L. Brown. which Is just now receiving considerable sales manager and; a directing Prices have not Increased, but Fla. Ottle Lee -. - a3!,
orage '"
almost 1-3 below last year, Xues.. Dec. 23 Mole-Cricket attention. Some states are board are managing the sales, and I some Improvement Is expected. Un- Bass recent winner of the L. andN. w r.1"( ,$

ut,t with cautious buyers and re- Control-J. R. Watson. Farm carrying on a determined fight plans have been made to circuit a desirable returns from competingcrops Railway trip to Chicago for k (""! .:;:'

iced buying power the supply Question Wed. Box. Under the against contagious abortion. Owners triangle, including New Smyrna, may cause'an Increase in outstanding club work, raised 1- COFFINS & CASKETS 'r '
Dec. 24
ample. The total number are combining! with livestock regularly. acreage for nuts. If the peanutsare 330 pounds of 45 different vegetables "Fr, 1i t l.
ems Mistletoe-J. Francis Cooper. Will And Full Line of "
f chickens over the country has sanitary authorities in stamping it Such products as needlework, used for feed a 1931 increase in 1.20 acre, canned 420 )

creased slightly. In Florida there Our Birds Die Out?-James Speed. out. For instance the question of crystalled fruits, canned foods,' may be desirable.The quarts of products, and grew 41 Undertakers' Supplies t1't: i
Primer for Town Farmers. 'I !
u been a small decrease, but an whether milk carries abortion and other home products were of- 1931 tobacco acreage in kinds and 120 color of flowers r'

nrrease in number of pullets. Thurs., Dec. 2 Christmas germs and the effect they may fered at the two sales, and sold II Florida and Georgia is likely to be during the past year, according to AUTOMOBILE\ HEARSE r "" l)r'A.

'oultry feed prospects are good.In Presents Florida" 4-H Club Boys have on the young calves is being well,, reduced, and an Increase In North Miss Bertha Henry home demon- I war. .. "..d. Th. ....* e 1\M,
the fluid Have Given Themselves-ft. W. Carolina the reduction.On rrvlp. at tbs lowest .. ....... .t"
situation, used may equal
the dairy debated. Vaccines are being stration agent.! #:
attention to t.t...... '.r
Ilk markets of Florida seem toe Blacklock. ,for detecting affected animals and Use'all the mistletoe you like July 1 there were nearly 600 Special ;,.i..t', '.

well supplied,' and dairymen FrI., Dec. $6 Care of Forestson or treating herds that are suffering for Christmas. {t'. a parasite and thousand pounds of tobacco in Eustis Contract let for con- order :' f$ i'REfUIITEnED '',
ould do well to cull their herds the Florida Farm-Major L. from contagious abortion. It thus saps the tree of its vitaljuice's. storage, and this year's produc- struction of $12,000 Woman' '

oroughly in face, of the existing Flyod. BAl and Abe. Development is very much in the experimentalstage. J tion brings the amount to a rec- Club building, to be located at cor- DEWITT C. JONES "t ,, : ;

uation. Reports Indicate that of Dairying In Madison coun- ord total of nearly 1,400,000,000 ner of Grove and Clifford streets., TARKR.. FLORIDA .rr-;? j1-,
arge shipments of sweet cream ty-B. E. Lawton._ nut in this article we shall deal Delray '_,, Homecraft Shop -opened pounds. If lust year's consumption , Clearwater Guarantee Banking t'e : ;

rs still being made into Florida. *- r' with the calf after it has .been in lobby of/Delray; Theatre. Is duplicated in storage; next I Co., reopened for business l' 'l.
riHUSTMAH: !4 TREES'The '.
: '
irmers who expect to developarm born. Of course the best way to ''ll'J'i'iliN! t.

dairying surely should raise insure health In the new born calf *
y yKr
Jrge quantities of hay, silage, and mention of a Christmas tree is to see that the mother is free

drouth is not expected always brings joy and anticipation .
sture.. The of disease In the reproductive or-
to affect grain teed prices to the younger folks. And it $&r

very much during the next: six Is not without pleasant reminIscences gans.When conception is about to occur ...!; \.>1 7,< . k3fs
and certain tinge of Joy v." '''' .
a the dam should be given more .
t' ,
I" ' -
and for the older r,; .j' ,' '',
Prospects over the country fa- or less attention. A clean stall ;r f (
improvement In the folks, who, to cover their sentimentality will ,
or a gradual and fresh, dry bedding go a -
heat situation. Slaughter for thefiat say that they are gladto long way toward helping the new- .

half of 1931 is expected tone seo the youngsters having a comer to get a good start. It Is IS'I'(

smaller than for the same perod good time. not always necessary to have some- i if1**: '!
In recent there have been .
I last year. Consumer demand years one present, unless you anticipate |
II expected to remain about the some movements started to curtail difficulty In the conception or un- rrf'V-uff'JKV- -ifltJitttitaetion

foRPle or increase gradually. A the use of Christmas trees, with less the mother should refuse to

uadual: expansion of the Industry the Idea that the practice was claim the arrival. The first thing '

II expected.. Farmers in tlcky waseful and a menace to forestry. that needs to be done Is to remove THE: GREAT AMERICAN: VALUE'

roes are advised to cull heavily However, foresterer tell us that the membrane from nostrils and .

and develop permanent pastures such is not the case, and It it were, mouth and to dry the body. The \ .

In tick-free areas further pasture the practice is so well IntrencheiTthat mother doe this by licking the {> r //r a

improvement 'and the-'use of good i it would be hard to stop. So newly born all rover 'as her-first "' :' 'I ;i 1

mlis seems to be the proper pro- let us have our Christmas trees maternal act. It is well, too, as '. P ietay-car and > .a.. 1rr T'0t ,e
and all that they signify. A com- quality
Jure. Moderate expansion in soon as possible to treat the navel _,'
'production dos not seem undesir munity Christmas tree at the cord with tincture of iodine. It

schoolhouse, church or other central hardly seems necessary to add that in tin nciv Clwvrotvt Six 1 ,
able.The at which every -
hog prospects seem favorable gathering place, the calf should be put into a t,
j"? ro.?
the community
since October 1 this year the member clean, dry, well-ventilated place at

storage holdings of meat were would be a mighty fine thing. once, and that fresh! air, exercise Again,ChcvroletandCen< flue research in General i r' IP $

about 17 percent, and lard 48 percent While we are having our ChrIst- and sunshine mean a lot to its successful !I eral-Motors have utilized Motors laboratories and ,lM BrT t
below average. Producers who mas trees, let us not forget the ;
growth.- their eumhiiied ' r, .
of others however, resource on the General Motors :
row plenty of pasture and grazing ; property fights The disease you have; to look r rhigherstundardofvaluefor
crops have a chance to Increase 'and cut trees without first obtaining out for in young calves is scours, tit eNtablih u new and 1ih k Proving Ground. And ((i) x

their income from hogs. Growers II permission from the person on which is looseness of the bowels.It ) the close association with j.. ...

Ire advised to feed hogs out to whose land they are growing. The corresponds In Its frequency, .. the Anierieon( motor ear. the FUlicr f' '' "

average weights "rather than sell 1927 legislature passed a law for and in some respects In its causes, j 911 1r Corporation + '' feci

from now until January when a the protection of beautiful evergreen to colic among children. Scours The new Chevrolet represent who, this. year, hate LVWTfl-r( ; *
and shrubs, such, as o
large number of unfinished hogs trees often occur among calves that are of economical surpassed all their previous :
holly, magnolia, sweet bay, mountain a type I I ;l
will be sold. taken from the cow and fed froma achievement 'In 'lat ?
: laurel jasmine, and honey- transportation that America l G )
The Southern lamb, market is pal!. There are many causes for bodies '' ,
wild crabapple \ developing of outstanding ;
The dogwood ;
overstocked, and now is time for suckle. It, such as overfeeding Irregular has long anticipated .

limb producers to Improve their i and redbud or Judas tree feeding, dirty feeding palls, milk a low-priced six styled quality, refine 'v C
: ,
All these trees a
also. : ,
Docks by purchasing breedingitock are protected that is old or sour or too rich. with such atriklng talent meat and'value.. ; .
be cut or dug
better suited to producing and shrubs cannot Anything which disturbs the digestion k

high grade early lambs. Con- are obtained from the property of be It dirty palls or dirty and good tattte, *o smartly These basic advantage.

inmptlon of wool has decreased, another whose written consent has mangers, may cause scours. The beautiful and complete In have made it possible to

Some flock reduction Is expected bloating, loss of appetite and a advanced. I and refined I F'"t...-l'MaaMCa.w.t.1p.r! .G.s. build a Jlner ear at lower :
to i bring a gradual improvement in NOTICE OF dark-colored, semi-fluid discharge. cost. They have enabled !

the sheep situation.. The first thing to do is cut down mechanically that you will immediately Chevrolet to offer a car with a longer wheelbase .' ;

the rations about one-half. A recognize,, It a. 'f/i. Great American Value -
of county commis- greater and comfort" .
remedy consisting of 1-2 ounce of
sioners of Bradford county will receive formaline In about 15 ounces of ThU great value la the outcome of four basic strikingly smarter style-Impressive. new; '; ';. '

Perry Fla. Over 7,000 pounds bids for lease of county convicts Chevrolet< advantagesl(1)Thesavingsof( :' '
water may be. used as follows: volume luxury-more thoroughly satisfactory performance

of'carpet grass and lespedexa seed for the year 1931.20th.Bids will Put .teaspoonful of this mixture prod uction hi nineteen immense, -greater dependability.

were bought during past monthfor be opened December Into each pint of milk fed.Do modern .
plant ((2) The "
ALDERMAN' Clerk, ) economies And to these
permanent pasture projects of O. W, this for two or three days and . pass on saving of efficient :

the Mead-Balch farm near here, Board of County Commissioners, then gradually resume the normal which result from great purchasing manufacturing to" the buyer . -

according to R. S. Dennis, county Bradford County, Florida. feeding. That ought to take cared power. ((3) The benefit of conllnu- In the form of lower prices t

Went. 12-5-31. a mild case of scours. In more i

severe cases castor oil U used and

the formallne mixture la continued )) > AT NEW LOW PRICES

r Hints To Housewives 1 several day. Sometimes two or, (< (( 1 1y

; three teaspoonsfuls of;Ume'water _

Demonstration BperUlloUi. Tallahassee JJ are added to the milk If the discharge f 't.l: >t ;The :. 10Th.. uSportCotitx" ( 41'yt?*
Wwkly from Horn Ci7G
Phaet n. . . . . s* ,lft \ _
lit sour in odor. Scours . . . . with rumble **at .' 1.

add butter should not be neglected for it Thr Standard Standard :;
mini ten *
boll five ; 4 7 PZfPlt 'sTt'ftf'C
CHRISTMAS CANDIES. pan, orange juice and rind, and may become chronic and then It ., .. '. Itoadster! . ,. . ... Coupe.. i. . . *.#.PO Sedan . . . . W et 1 '
Orange" Cocoanut Creams. boil until stiff enough to form a will take months to cure It. Although Sport Iloadster '40 p Standard FIve.' 9K/m K ,Special ,
cold water. the disease Is not contagious with rumble .J d'.*, 'OO
tried In teat.iv .
Use 1 teaspoon butter, 2 cups soft ball when the calves should be separated Window Coupe Se11ar1.a. . . _
beat until
Granulated Remove from fire; cool, }
1-4 water,
sugar cup the herd In order to give SPECIAL
candled orange peel from EQUIPMENT EXTRA tl
l-* cup evaporated milk, 2 tea- creamy; add .
pour Into a careful treatment.If CheTrol.trTruck. from $353 $69S '
pnons orange flower water 2 cut In small pieces; to
teaspoons orange juice 1-2 tea- buttered pan and when almost the discharges from the bowels i Alt pr :..f.o.b. i'lnt.'lel".n Y
show traces of blood<<,, it I la serIous -
poon grated orange, rind and i firm, mark In squares.Dainties and more drastic treatment

tops moist shredded cocoanut. Guava should be This Indicate
given. a
gelatine -
Melt in Use 2 level tablespoons
the butter In the pan
Which Add 1-2 cupful cold water, 8 cups contagions disease and it occurs
candy Is to be cooked.
la calves, from threeto
pulp, t cups very young 1:1:
"Car unsweetened guava
water and milk and boll tobit lem- five weeks. Sometimes cal.esdie
< ball white sugar, 1
stage, ((236 degrees '
from It In a few'days. They
nuts and a
stirring on Juice, 1 cup chopped
only as needed to prevent should be segregated at once and
Horning. Add flavoring and co- few grains of salt. r.
' nut Cook guava pulp thick, add sugar all bedding destroyed and stall. ITS WISE TO : *
until CHOOSK
and work Into candy thick, I'disinfected. One remedy recom- .. SIX .ti, ;,
cook until very >
ream and again .r. {'
tahleDoonfm a '
Using about a Ilwst -
In above reci mended la fluid extract of gelsetnlum ,, t
of candy mold with the, but not as heavy as .f..o
administered in dose. of two
which has been
band Add gelatine ( .
into even sized balls. Rolls pe. I
teaspoonfuls three or four timesa
soaked In the half cup cold water
cocoanut. forlIIaklng '
Time requIred
: About 2 minutes. Yield about five minutes) and stir until day. serious Is white orbde Chevrolet _
1 11.3 Ibs. dissolved. Cool slightly by allowing The most scours CompanyStarke ,..a'
I water. Then caused by a germ which attacks
Good Orange Fudge to stand nd lemon juice I the calf at birth. If the calf show.dullness. .
t'.e 1 1-2 2 table- add nuts sa, r
cups sugar. our into a flat Is too weak to rUe, has
Wons well I
butter grated rind lor- stirring !
allow it to sunken eye and gives a profusedischarge
legs, 1-2 cup milk. 1 tablespoon buttered pan. night.Remo.e with a highly offensive feJj

DrlDre I JuIce and 1-4 cap candIed stand In from a cold pan place, cut over in cubes odor, quick action should be taken Floridalt0 a ,

orange peel. to protect the rest of the herd. ,
powdered sugar.
Place sugar and milk in sauce- and roll in

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.. -.- -. -" --' --'- '" -- -_._----_._- -- -- .. - -- --_.- - -_. - -- ---, h_ .11, t
the Junior work throughout ou NO TAO ARRESTS I I SANTA CLAUS LETTERS dler suit, and fruit and candy and iNK TOWF.n --

i state; also expressing to them the UNTIL JANUARY J3 TUEKESSA nuts, please. I want to be a sol STARThit'u':11114; :
y Si. 1 /oC great Joy It had been to her to : dier when I get big and do something h':(" : lntlt IG

f ( &f nerve them as supervisor for the (Continued from page I.\ Hilda Hunivao. ('or.t :.' for my country; and a big : The first r-:: ,

Iv American flag. : Tower for the II' E1eclnr
Informed letter
year.The by a from Governor I Net 011))". ,
meeting then closed to meet Carlton's office following a request Mr. and Mrs Arthur Guyslnger v ii. My daddy ain't able to buy these on Tuesday, De.mtl., ,La a,

i. again the first Tuesday In Jan for an extension to allow and children and Mrs John Sulli- --.L: : ..'JI things so I'm asking you to buy m. There will i,. P.. all
: (STt'HY '. .. them.Santa Claus times lIal, '
uar) people to spend more money shop van of Waldo were visiting at the each week i 0|"
JUUlIGB ('IXU ping. BUT, and this Is the practical home of Mr. and Mn. A. I* Sulll- Walter Junior Taylor, (Jr.) day, Saturday am, ?r-a? ?!', ThIllJ '

CAM>LKLKillT: CHRISTMAS If not the legal point, officers of; ran Sunday afternoon. m. each day R, ,.I u* ,at.
/ Mr. and Mrs F F Stump were .8KRVICK the law are not going to enforce Miss Teresa Bennett .of Rising, I1Jo.'TTY.J\D.\LJSE STILLEY for three-quarter r ,, vll; hr

i host and hostess to members of the the law for fifteen days after January was tli* vre k- qd visitor at the i the last one wilt (h. ? hur &IId I

Twentieth Century Bridge Club A candlelight service of Christ I, home of her .sister, Mrs C. Sul Betty Adallne Stllley, seventeen- day, April 14th, oven lea

' f, Wednesday evening at their home mas music will be given at the "Therefore, Marcus Frank, livan. I months old daughter of Mr and Special recitals ,

ii.! I on Walnut street First Presbyterian church Sunday president of the merchants ..associ Messrs. James Trlest, Jim and Mrs Ted B. Stilley, died at Mayo, follows: Chrlstnu w_ ,"' arras
.t't' : Christmas evergreens with brllllant afternoon, Dec. 21, at five o'clock. Wednesday afternoon, December Harps
t ation pointed out yesterday, the Willis< Swindell, were visitors to ber 24 at 12 a'.I i, ,r
little clusters of red berries Program:: local organization has put over Its Lake Geneva Monday. 10th after a short Illness. Funeral New Year's Eve I D. '1I.daICb'.
made cheerful setting of true Violin solo, "Adoration" AlIce services were held Thursday at ?'mh. 11
: a purpose to all practical purposes, Mr. and Mrs. Henry CrIbbs of [ 12 o'clock, midnight
holiday spirit for this event. Tallies Fernandez and people will be able to spend Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs .NN1.NN.1N1NN.N. Crosby Lake cemetery, with Rev Morning sunrise eprvt ","d era:,
and pads were of Christmas Processional, "Aedeste Fldeles: G. P. Raymond, officiating. DeWItt !>
I score more money on Christmas shop Wilmot Brown Monday ASKS 'SANTA FOR HELP In addition then TU.
r ., design as was other details, --ChoIr, ping, and postpone buying tags until Mr. and Mrs. L V. Moore, Misses I C. Jones, mortician In charge of I following recitals VII b, th"*
t _
t tb te1 J :: ,
1 oc of the party. I Solo, "Star of the East"-Mrs. January. Sheriff S. C, M. Amy and Ethel Moore and Mr. Jerry Brooker, Fla., Dec. 16, 1930 local arrangements. noon: January 1 ,m :r e10fk

#.. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Mon R. J. Davis. Thomas said yesterday he would Moore were visiting Mr and Dear Santa Claus: i II tall; January 19, i.f;, ,mr,11, hoj
tleth and Mr. Andrews for making : Responsive scripture reading Mrs. D. W. Moore Itnben t
not make arrests until January Sunday. I am not asking you to HINTS TO THE: HUNTER Lee'a birthday; Jallulln, ,
i! high score, and to Mrs. Biggs and ; Prayer Dr. G. It. Lowry. 15. Mrs A. L. Sullivan and Miss bring me anything this year ruary 12, Lincoln tr, ,, J' Pet

Mr. Vining for scoring low. Mrs I Offertory. "Stern orders had come out from Hilda Sullivan mere shopping In for I have a sneaking Idea How to clarify water-Oftlmes 22, Washington's h"," idu day F@l

Frazee received a guest prize. Anthem with solo, "Angels" Tallahassee declaring that positively Gainesville Friday you won't forget me anyway, hunters have, run across water 26, March 22 and \i,.. ; eel
The hostess served a delicious I' From the Realms of Glory. Mr. and Mrs J. J Carstensen of .
there would be no extension but I want to tell you of a which appeared none clear for .
: naiad course at which time Marc Hymn, "Oh, Little Town of Lake Geneva, were visiting at the to
!!usbi of time granted In regard to license poor old lady who never has drinking purposes, A practicaland -N01K:
jorle Stump delighted the guests Bethlehem home of Mr. S, R, Swindell Sun-
tags. The local merchants, bad any little girl or boy for effective of clarifying
'''' with several readings. I Violin duet, "Cavatlna" Al- day afternoon way
; perceiving that many people would you to bring presents to, There will bo
muddy t
or apparently undrInkable "I'i
Dr. and Mrs ice Fernandez and Jack Long -film -4
The players were: lanes Florence Maude and Ma- a
possibly cut down on their Christmas She and her husband are Christmas tree
water Is to al
; two
: 1<1. Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. Sternberg Solo-Wesley Stearns In order to mie Bender of Earlton: visited old and have worked pour tablespoons- ItLtgK nits: ; I
shopping house
money very
ful of condensed milk five Tuesday night!,
iji W. Andrews, Jr., Ladles "Beihlehem In a gal n"@IDbt"
Mr. and Mrs J. quartette,
relatives here Sunday evening
ask for hard all their Then
buy tags, decided to an lives 23, 1930. Everybmuattend.
Ion of This I ,
can water. being Ij
L. Frazee Mr. and Star" Misses Fernande and IIf"'d: ,
3 Col. and Mrs J. s ]Master Othma Sullivan attended -
extension of time, so that a maxi she fell and crippled her .
heavier than the
: Mrs. 1>. A. Montieth, Mr. and Mrs Kendrick the birthday party of little water, will sink I
mum amount could be used In hand and leg and now you e
L. D. Vining and Mr. and Mrs O Violin solo, "Ava Maria"- -Jack Emery Brown Saturday afternoon. to the bottom, drawing down, also, -- i
Christmas shopping see she needs a wheel chair
war all sediment contained;
in the
Long. wa- |>s
L, Beasley.MB. "The merchants association Friends of Miss Oulda Hall will\ awfully bad, worse than I I
ter. In few mluntes the
Duet, "The Christmas Song"Messrs regret to learn of her illness She a water
heR through President Frank, addressed needed that red She
be off clear Mr. Tlllman L. Ales
may poured and fit for
Sanford Ritch and Jim "/ sod MIl
underwent an operation Monday.
AM MRH. N, HTKRMIKRO the governor And while the would be so happy if you'd Jeanette Johns of
Ritch.i stark*>,
i She is doing nicely at this writing. tree
letter from the office know
one or
KNTKHT.m: : watch for united In marriage'
Hymn-"Hark the Herald Angels compass-Hunt* Sunday. D@teID.ber
Mr. Floyd Crosby visiting
i was
reiterated the fact that there someone who has one they
Sing. ers who get lost and have no com' 14th, by Justice! N D Walt
A delightful bridge party was would be no extension of time, it friends here Sunday.Mr. could loan her. I've wor- wright Jr. at his
their office
Anthem .Thee, We Adore. pass can use watch for his Only
Willie Glover Wai- ?
and Mr
given by Mr. and Mrs, N, Sternberg Hymno -"Joy to the World." intimated that sheriffs and others ried about this ever since you : purpose very easily When the few Intimate friends of the contracting
ter Norris of Penney Farms 'were
Thursday evening to members of would go light on enforcement. I didn't bring one last Xmas. sun Is shining turn the face of the parties witnessed the
Soprano: Evelyn Stump, Mrs. J. cert
visiting In Theressa
R Friday
: the Twentieth Century bridge club D. Doyle, Estelle Kenlrlck, Lucille 'This Intimation was confirmed Miss Mamie Bender Is spending She don't know I am writing watch to the sun in such position mony. They will make their horn
by Sheriff Thomas, who declared If leave her
at their home on Walnut street. you you some"goodies" that the hour hand will point to In Starke.
Mitchell; altos, Isabel Fernandez, a few days in Starke with her
yesterday thattbere would be to eat I know she
The rooms where the guests the sun. Halt between the >-_
Alice Fernandez Elizabeth Kendrick way
cousin Miss Oulda Hall who In
al were entertained were effectively ; soloists, Miss Evelyen no arrests made by men of his" office the hospital herd: would be glad. hour hand and twelve o'clock will\ BERVICKH: AT \\TON
decorated with poinsettias andChristmas'greens until after January 15. Please don't forget her.
Stump, Mr. John Powell, Mr. Wesley Mr, and Mrs. C. SullIvan'were' then be the south point.
A color schemeof Her name Is, Aunt Annie Preaching services
next Bund
Possession of
two days' bag
Stearns; violinists, Alice Fer- business visitors \to Starke Saturday -
and Tyler, Brooker, Fla. afternoon, 2:30: at the
red green predominating nandez, Jack Long; organist, Mrs. LAWTKYMr limit Is lawful during the open 1 Ratio
P Prizes for the evening were Mama thinks you'd do a church, In charge of Rev W.I I
l season, and for five days after
E. M. Davis. .. Mr.
E. It, C S. R, Swindell and eon Willie -
ill warded Mrs. D. A. Montleth and lot for these old people It close f>t season. Christy, of Lawtey All invited t
were business visitors to
ea r Cot J. L. Fraiee for holding high 1'. T,'A, !MET: WKUNKHIllYTh : : Hampton Saturday, you knew about them, BO I Two days' bag limit of game attend.
fat scores and Mrs, J, L. Frazee and Mr and Mrs. R. R, Thede and thought I'd write to you as lawfully taken may be transported .
Mr. and Mrs Crockett Mann of
Mr L. D. Vining for holding low Bradford High P. T A assembled family spent Sunday in Jacksonville Palatka were visiting at the home they haven't any children, as personal babbage only BOX SlITIK
ra Art scores Mrs. J, F. Carpenter of in the school auditoriumat with Mr. and Mrs. Herman and you, of course don't Shipment of game, or receivingof ---
Mr and Mrs. O. W. Hlnacn Sunday -
Winston-Salem, N. C., received a 3 o'clock last Wednesday after- Thede. I know them.ThankIng. game for shipment unlawful.. A box supper will be given t
guest prize. Mr. and Mrs Geo. Roberts wentto you Sampson City Saturday night D)>
noon with the president, Mrs T, J.
Miss Willie Mae Htnson
The hostess served the following DeLand Saturday night where spent Your little boy, RAILROAD CUTS RATE cember 20th for the benefit of ib
Alderman, in the chair, and Miss I
the week-end Miss Reba Max-
with\ church. Plan are being made fi
players a tempting salad course: Olive Ray transacting the dutiesof they were called on account of the JUNIOR. /
Dr and Mrs E. L Biggs, Mr. and secretary, Illness of Mrs. Roberts' mother well. Tallahassee, Dec 13. Although a new church house. Everyone ,

I Mrs J. W. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs "0, Little Town of Bethlehem"was Mr. Roberts returned home Sunday I Mr. and Mrs, W T, Wallacawere Sampson. City, Fla., a man biting a dog no cordially Invited.

1. O. L. Beasley, Mr and Mrs I* D. sung by the audience with but Mrs. Roberts will remainfor business visitors to Starke Dec. 13, 1930. longer warants headlines, a rail- .
Vlnlu, Mr. and Mrs I) A. Mon- Monday, road CARD OF THINKSI
Mrs. J, T. Guy as accompanist. several days.Mesdames Dear Old Santa Claus: company voluntarily slashing
tletb. Cot and Mrs J, L. Frazee, Mrs. Jim Buttery of Jackson rate is .
Mrs II. A, Dew, chairman of finance A. M. Lewis, Chas news.Claiming
I am a little boy four old. I
vllle Is spending few days with years wish '0 thank Mr. DeWItt (
Mr. and Mrs J. S. Wilson and Mrs
dDk reported $10 worth of books Shuford and F:. E, Burney spent that they could no
I live in I
Sampson City; am a
Mr. and Mrs. W.'tf. Wallace Jones for the wonderful srnli\
J. F. Carpenter of WInston-Salem, given to the elementarlrad.. and Saturday in Jacksonville. longer compete with motor trans
good boy and In wood
N Mr. 8. H. Dodo J preached a very carry form at the death of my dear hutbaoc
C.CAROL. Mrs L. II. Hill In portation companies with their
$15.00 cleared the spent Tuesday
on elementaryplay
mama.I .
'- ..... Interesting and helpful sermon at also Preacher Donnelly for h
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present rates officials
Jacksonville.The of the South
f. "Dot",
was so won't to
you bring me a
I the Chriatlap church Sunday eve- service and friends for their kind
WHITE: HAS benefit entertainment held Georgia company yesterday Informed -
fCarol ably directed by Miss Hazel MId- ning. and a little red wagon, and some ness.
17 BIRTHDAY PARTY dleton at the school auditorium last Friday ?, the Florida Railroad Commission -
marbles and
Everyone remember Christian a pair of sox, and a Mrs. D. W. Dore.
The for the at night was a decided success.Quite that they were cutting
prli largest little truck and also'a banjo. .
"" Union night\ at 7: ,
every Snndajr 90
\Vhlte- liiief.ft Mr.. tendance-was to Hart'sfourth a raft| sum wasjrealf ed< and prices.
given Mrs o'clock and 8u&4tJ,school at 3:00: "Santa, bring me all you can of Fort Myers Old Omar Theatre
and Mrs. Olin White, entertaineda grade. Mrs.. A. Z. Adklns .everyone enjoyed themselves o'clock. the things. Good-bye. The railroad; which runs from renovated and sound equli

number of her young friends on presented that grade a framed pIcture Mr. J. A.. Howe and A, M. There will be church at the Little Mister McKinney, Adel, Georgia, to Perry, Florida, ment Installed, reopening as Hit
eta Saturday afternoon, Dec 12th in Mrs T. J. Alderman gave Blanchard were among those from -- will have rates cut from S.6 cents Theatre,
Baptist church next Sunday. Everyone -
e honor of her eleventh birthday. a timely talk on "Peace on Earth, here that attended the funeral of Invited to attend. Starke, Fla., to a mile on the northern end of About 40 varieties of 12 tpeclt

After a few hours of games and Good Will to Men. Mr. Strickland and Mr. force at Mr, D, W. Moore was a business '.. Dec. 4, 1930 the route to two cents, and from of holly are grown In Florida.
a ? contests enjoyed on.the lawn, ice "The Right Kind of Toys as Klngsley Lake last Tuesday, visitor to' Starke( Saturday Dear Santa Claus: 4.8 cents a mile on the southernend i

cream, cake, nuts and fruit were presents," was a paper read by Mr. and Mrs. Green of Wateroak Miss Hazel Phillips spent Mon I want a coaster and a map that to two cents. This two cents

epda served the guests. Each little Mrs E. M. Johns. visited Mr. and Mrs. H. R, Sapp day with Mrs! E. S. SIbley at Crystal you put together and a pair of a mile flat rate Is to be fluctuating 666
8 friend received a novelty favor. ... Monday. Lake. spring shoes, a treasure chest, andI to allow for the price to end In

. >' Those present were; Dot Bishop, IN !MKMORIAN n, J. Sapp of Starke was a busl Miss Eva Lee spent the week- want a flying zeppelin, and I either a zero or a five. ;The com- !. a ..<...?'. Prrirrlptloa' <.r

T:J: Francis Lee peek, Miriam Guy, ness visitor to Lawtey Saturday. end with Miss Edna Rhame of also want a sax clarolo, and a pany pointed out that passenger COLDS and HEtl>.\CIIK8It

f, Edna Pearce, Lillian Stump, Katie Little J, G. Crews sleeps in Mrs W. H. Edwards was shop Hampton. skill ball. Good-bye Dear Santa receipts have fallen from $12,000In Im tae rose >pewit rrmrdr awe

t Colley, Willa Mae Thornton, Lucy! Jesus ping In Starke Monday. .' ..'. Claus, until next year 1928 to ",000 In 1930 066 alfto In Tablets" ?i Ann Dew, Pansy Cone and flea On November 28th, at 10 o'clock Your friend, -' -"
? j" trice Moseley. i the angel of death claimed his IN MEMORY\ OP }:" .:U NOn I1.1PT1ST W. jr..: MEETING: Frank Hemingway --I I

I 1 -- spirit. Living only nine years, he WILKKRHON

j 1IIRTHIMY PARTY died In peace and harmony with The women of the Baptist Dear Santy:

r. all who knew him Sister Evelenor Wllkerson wentto 'church held their business and I Please bring me a big Eskimo --- r I Ia Itnpz
Mrs. J. F. Colley a birthday be sleep with Jesus December meeting In the church -
gave We found J, 0 to a loving on program doll and a new dress and thingsfor
t party Saturday' afternoon for and obedient child at borne, at 3rd at twelve o'clock, when the r.fondayafteranon.. The president, my doll, candy and fruit and ;
t; her niece, Katie Fugate, who was school and above all with his playmates angel 1 of death claimed her spirit Mrs. G P. Raymuttb presided over nuts. I will be pleased. iI.I

!It L eleven years old. lie, was )oved .by all who after' fighting life faithfully for the meeting an&JgdthL( devotional. .j 12 years old. My daddy' ain't I

Time passed merrily for this knew thm.Whisper 44 years. She died In peace and Circle No. rendered a splendid able to get these things for me

,; happy gathering of young people harmony with all who knew her, 'Royal Sertjot program, after .so dear Old Santy I'm asking you,
: In playing games of various kinds, softly, J. O., Is gone, and all who knew her well,loved which the regular'routine of business -I. please-to Santa Claus

when an Ice course was served, And we'll see him never more: her. Two years ago she became was tranBac d. (No Name)

the table being centered with a But beyond the Illent,rIver, 111 and all that time suffered un Christmas gifts,for their adopt I May All Good Things Come

f' blrhtday cake surrounded with We'll meet him there, you known pain, but is now transplant ed orphan girl f the Children's Dear Santy: I

fern and flowers on which burned know. ed In a land where pain and sor- Home In Arcadia, and Margaret I want an Army truck and sol- Your I
eleven small pink candles. row are no more. Fund girl In Judson College were Way II

I The guests were: Marttle Hemingway With a few scattered roses, arranged. to be sent Immediately. II I

Myrtlce Ford, Carol We laid hIm to rest, Whisper softly, sisters" dying, 9 ' I

: White, Francis Lee Peek' Lucy In the Conner cemetery, And we'll see her nevermore. CARD OF TlUNKg SPECIAL May the charming: gifts of Christmas be but the

\ Ann 'Dew, Vera Claire.Robinson, Near the home he loved the But beyond the silent river,

Lillian Stump, Nettle Powling; beet.Remember. We'll meet her there you know. I wish to thank Mr, DeWItt C. appetizer .to a real .feast of good things that will
,t Elisabeth Craig Dosla, Smith, With a few scattered roses Jones for the wonderful service LASTCALL I

Pansy Cone Mae Mersereau, EunIce that angels guard our We laid her there to rest at the death of my dear father, start with the New Year and last with you forever I

Williams, Frank Hemingway Dear little one's dust, In the Dyal Cemetery also Preacher Donnelly for hisservice I II

and Freeman Register, Till Jesus comes to Judge the Just, Near the home she loved best. also friend lor their kind I Watches, watch bracelets, men's after. I

I Y ..I. 1 Then he'll awake to his aurplse Remember, angels guard nets' '. -* strap watches, rings, brooches, Ij
JUNIOR WOODMEN\ MEETING And meet his Saviour In the skies Our deaf sister's dust Mrs. J j
FlsnKINOSLEY silverware clocks
If, ,, men's bill folds,
I I t I. Mattle Norman Till Jesua cornea i. e CIJI'McfvO' lo, ,drewer. sets, hand bags, Whiting DeWITTC. JONES !
The Junior Woodmen Circle No., To Judge the Just. A Davis fancy mesh bags, compacts -
32 held Its last regular meetingfor NOTICE OP BALK OP STATE Then she'll wake \ "LAKE'CHURCHTheremin
notions of various kinds. -t
the Tuesday afternoon In; TAX CERTIFICATESNotice To ber surprise
All nt prices you can not duplicate :: :
the Woodmen Hall with a splendid And meet her SaviorIn '\'J a eV fleslat\ 11:00: ( elsewhere Just come in and P
attendance. la hereby given that the skies. o'clock, dinner 11.80.' Baptist :we will convince you that we sell
.t After the business session was competitive bids, In writing, will t Evangelistic Brotherhood of Jacksonville cheaper.

over we had several Interesting be received by me at the clerk's MEMORY! OF MRS LUCY will be la"session at 330; GAIETY
i talks by our ,visitors then the office court house, ,fn Bradford POWELL o'clock. Everybody 'welcome, Sun Rex Jewelry Co.
election of officers for the coming county, Florida, on the Ith day of day December 31. Bring basket ',

year took place, and the following January, 1931, and each business Whereas, by the divine will of J. L. Sllcox. Clerk. FLORIDA
officers were elected: day thereafter for thirty days only our Heavenly Father, our beloved

r Jr Supervisor Miss Ethel No bid will be accepted for less sister In Christ, has been called o .. "

i Moore than the face value of certificates from this world, with Its cares and

.f, Guardian-Vonda Inman bid on against any property there sorrows, to dwell In that eternal Strawberry* Plants of Quality Monday Night, December 22nd

Past Guardian-Martile Hem under, Including\ all subsequent home, where the redeemed live forevermore

ingway. omitted taxes thereon up to and :

Clerk-Mildred Hundley. Including the year 1930. based De It Therefore Resolved, that MR R. F. DEMOREST PRESENTS) :
I Irl r' Attendant-Julian Grime upon the last' assessed valuation we, the members of the Starke W. In our SI years M plant growers this .. the shortmtcrop 1

Assistant Attendenat S. 1.Alvare. without Interest and penalties, providing M. S., who have lost from our of planU'we have ever produced lu not over 85 1i i

; .. that bids Including Interest mIdst, a kind and sympathetic per cent "f!>r>SuU over the entire country Quality of

Advisor-Annie Murrhee. will be received If offered. Where friend, a most devout Christian, plant, the iM-M ever -we are now making sltlpmenU<< In. HOLLYWOOD I
remember her life and .0 your ... FOLLIES
Muslcjan-Marjorle Stump. the same bid Is offered by two or Godly ,
('haplaln-Dorothy Sapp. more persons for the same certifi- thereby be stronger Christians; "' ffll&tjMjUd1 tW>'k ISOOO, K3.SO per thousand; 10,'

1 loner Sentinel-Oliver Hutto. cate, the owner of the land will be That we extend to her bereaved 000 or over 93.25. See our agents *nd place order Our

r Outer Sentinel- Llllla Mae given preference, otherwise the family our deepest sympathy In catalog U free for the asking. with a cast of selected local players, Including a chorusofAretty

i Clark. first bid will be accepted.. his, their great loss Agents Brownlee lIm e., and A. J. Thontao. Sea

I Captain-Prescott Gill. G. W. ALDERMAN, "Sister, thou art gone to rest them and place order early to make sure of wants We girls and lots of Vaudeville

After the election of officers the Clerk of the Circuit court, and this shall be our prayer, that wUI hold your order

Guardian, Little Vonda Inman It Bradford. County when we reach our Journey's end, A

called the Juniors to their feet and 0: thy glory we may share" L Prite'tfAl school 50e
A. BAUERThe children 25c Adults,
Junior honors was hen given to Hlaleah Construction workon Mrs. neo. C. White J. ;

Moore, who responded with a lovely new poet office building on Central >Ire, L. O. Powell, No reserved Seats.rAGE
talk In behalf of the Juniors and I school property may start very Mrs. W. J, Epperson Strawberry Plant M.n JadaonU, Ark.. lies 21 .

their retiring supervisor, Miss Amy shortly. Committee.


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-- James William Drown lee Is ex:( guests of Capt and Mrs. J. 8. woman, and this honor goes to L. A John and family were diane, palm-trees. Biscayne Bay Y

ported home Saturday from Th I Butch at the State FarmSunday.Mr Miss Cone.-Hlgn Springs Telegram shopping In Gainesville! last Saturday scenes near" Miami and other views ; t4
morning picturing tropical Florida. The
Bits of Atlanta-Southern'Dental CollegeAtlanta W. H Perkins, Mlik Eunice Mr. and Mrs J. Puroley, were, object Of this museum of display ikt
Ga., for the holidays.Humming wishing friends in Palatka last of tropical or gulf stream mounted
Perkins and Mr. Warren Perktni
Saturday and Sunday fish Is an eduratlonal plan to u
Bird Hose In Xmas I will spend Chrtlltm1 '' In Lakeland HAMPTON Mr. Olmstead and sister of, the, give the children, fishermen of ,

IDeal N e v II boxes, price ".00, ".35 aud ".75 with Mrs Perkins daughter, Mrs; MI. Ada NliniM. C.r.Knuory New England states, who spend anyone Interested on the queer and
I -remember they are guaranteed,, Track, the summers north and the winters odd specimens of fish that are lathe
at Stump's. Browne Birthday Party south, arrived here last Saturday ocean and gulf around Florida pda
Concerning Our People, Butinttt and Prof and Mrs 8. ttyiwllitt; and They have acquired friends' chance tq study them, learn f
of the County and Town. i' Mrs H C. Wall Mrs. J. E. daughter, Nettle,' 'will! spend the Last Saturday evening Dec. IS, while here, who are always glad their habits and anything else tf '/
Progress Wilson, Mrs J. M. Brownlee and holldars In Tallahassee,"with Mrs Mrs Thomas Drown entertained at to see them.Gainesville. about them taht will prove of r
19 Col. W. T. Weeks spent Monday in Dowllng's mother; Mrs. W 8. her beautiful home In honor of ---. worth. ;r'R
Jacksonville Stroman.Regular. her son Emery's third birthdayThe i
c25252525Z52saggtTIIER 5252525 tS2sacasz5Z5ZSu'"d4S2S25Z'Z5ZsZ5a The Gulf Stream
1 large dining room was decorated
iifccoiwI lire Museum Is making a tour of various West Palm Beach Altar
: Cady, Mr. O. C. decorations
with Christmas
Cady and Mr. and MM J. M Brownlee, 7 1 rent box paper' In started at
Beverly Cady will spend the holidays Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Martha colon at Mltrholl'M. ,Specially' In the center of the room stood cities in Florida exhibitingsome Creamery operations W t
I.oil*d by Starke branch, U in Hartford, Coon Drownlee, spent Saturday in Jacksonville Ilril't'Cl at 4D rent, the large dining table, which was rare specimens gathered newly erected plant on Flamingo) v
[Jit Department J draped In white linen, and centered from Florida waters. Where pos Drive. y
ref eulng! Dec 16. 1930. : Mr and Mrs. It. L. nrownlee with a beautiful white birth- sible the exhibits are made under Inverness Board of County T'
Max. Min. Preclp. Men's Shirts In Xmas boxes $1 left Thursday for DeLand enrouteto day rake, on which burned three the auspices of,the local chapters I Commissioners let contract to
lIe Store will
!) Corpenlng's Drug giveaway
at Stump's.Col I the Isaak Walton The Murphy Construction Company of
66 66 of Leagues
10 a Baby Dimple doll, valued Miami, where they with theirdaughter red candles, supported by lovely
Gulf Stream Is large bus twen Orlando, for construction of bridge
'J3 41 1 a
will the holiday receptlcalea.Many
11 I at $12.SO, on Christmas eve A Mary, green
IJ 'U III and Mrs D E. Knight and chance with each purchase guests of Rev and Mrs. M C. beautiful present were re- ty-six feet long, painted In trop- across Wlthlacoochee river to l
1 St U Mrs. Alice Langford motored to amounting to 25 cents, beginning Stlth. reclved and appreciated. Interesting ical scenes such as Seminole In- place old Rutland bridge G lru

1it 62 51 Jacksonville Monday. Saturday. games supervised by Miss -- ,-
11 68 36 Mrs E. H. Mafahburn and Kathryn Wrest were played and r- I i

It 55 42 .28 For sensible Christmas Gifts Mr and Mrs R. J. Davis and daughters, Petty and Mona Claire enjoyed on the lawn. titttfSTERNBFRG'S
al i anfall; for week .28 in. make your selections at the Qual- daughters will be the guests of Mr. returned to their homo In Marian- Mrs. Drown assisted by her ;.
-ell ---- ity Store. I after'' here daughter, Sties Kathryn Mae
-- and Mrs. B P. Smith at Daytonteach na Wedesday. a visit
[ .and t toys at Stump's. [ Sunday. with Mrs. IIlar hburn'. parents Wei>st, served' rake and punch, Just Be Thrifty I""N'v
Mr and Mrs Charles Larten of ---- Mr and Mrs O W. Alderman. before the departure, the little 1V
":A Lewis of Lake Butler, Lakeland, will be holiday guestsof Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Colley. Katie children were ushered into an adjoining And GiveONYX
I sunda> In Starke. Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight Colley, Myrtice Ford and Marti Mrs Elizabeth Davis, Mr. and room, where a little Xmas
I Hemingway motored to Jacksonville Mrs Guy Davis and daughters. tree had been arranged with shin
I., and J. Andrews, Mrs. Elizabeth Stevens of Lake Sunday. Misses Emily and Helen Davis of ing decorations, and a boa of candy
[sere in Jacksonville Tuesday. City Is spending the holidays with Clover, S. C, will arrive Saturdayand was clipped from the tree, and
-- Mr. and Mrs. J. M Mitchell. I Seed rye and oats Klckllter's spend the holidays with Mr. given to each one an farors.
|r, T T Long of Lake City, and Mrs T. N Xendrlck. Those who participated In this t \ Silk Stockings d

t Sunday In Starke Interwoven socks, 2, pairs $1.: Mr. and Mrs. J, C Adklns, Margaret -' delightful affair were Edna, Eleanor :\
make ideal. Christmas gifts QualIty Adklns and Jimmy Adkln, Mrs A, Z. Adklns, Miss Hazel and Carolyn Harrison, FrederIck '" With French Heels I t
Lions" Tailor Shop-Clean- Store of Gainesville, spent Sunday aternoon Adklns, Lois,Adkins, A. Z. Adklns, and Dorothy Watterson, Sybel I!
and preening. 11-14-tf. 'with Mrs. M. E. Edward Jr., and Miss Annie Mae Pearce and Christine McMillan, Evelyn
Judge Marlon llendry of Tampa, spent Saturday In Jacksonville Hill, Blanche Faver, Claudie "300" clever sheer all 4
M. $1.00 a
odor and Mrs. Johns was the guest at the home of Sena- Tags' ,wale., tlwiue. and tined rib They were accompanied horn by' Belle, R. L. and Lula May Drown, stocking t'a
4 Jacksonville Tuesday tor and Mrs. E. M Johns the firs bon and cord for your Christmas Mr.. M. E.. Edwards I' Doris and Junior Rutledge, L. A. silk-or 200" a smart service i'
of the week l luackages at Mitchell's. Jr., and Snookle Johns, L. It. and stocking with cotton welt and tq
'. and L. D. Vlning vis- Register at Corponlng'a DrugStore Juanita Kalch, Margurelte Hous- foot.
Jacksonville Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hlggs, Mr State's Attorney and Mrs. II. V. beginning Saturday, for a er, Shirley and Francis Colley,
.... A Des ent and Miss Mildred lies Knight were dinner.guests of Dr: free $5.00 box of candy No Emery Drown, Mary, Joe and Dab a"
rtmxl Christmas greeting sent of Jacksonville, attended the ,and Mrs. J. E Malnes of Gainesville strings, no purchase required Mast and Othma Sullivan of The- At $1.35 18"-a beautifully! tailored ser. ?
i at MH<'hell's. All prlt'.... funeral of Betty Stllley Thursday. I Thursday simply register your name In our ressa. vice stocking-inurt to wear V r
I book. with winter woolens
Mrs H A. Bishop and Mrs G. Gordon Hosiery In Xmas boxesat 1: Christmas candles, fruit cake' A nine pound son was born to

iwlt spent Saturday in Jack- the Quality Store. material., nuts,.etc, at Klckllter' Mi. and Mrs. K.: J, llawson of Mr, and Mrs O. L. Harrison Dec. At $1.50 "733"-an alluring chiffon stocking-all silk I i a
lie, Decatur, Mich., and,Mrs, JU D. Hill ,
Mr. and Mrs A H. Hall and Mrs Geo. F Lowry, Mrs. T. W. of Winona Lake, Ind. who were 16th.Wm.. McCormick and his friends of course! Or, "7)'", a good looking all silk i $'

'11.B-eeley spent the baby, Sharon, of Jacksonville, are I Williams, Mrs Herbert Hart, Miss recent quests of Mr and Mrs. II. Vance Pattenger and !Mr Cum service stocking that wears I
tend In Tampa with her par guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grace Wood and Margaret Lowry K Young, are spending the winterat mlngs all of Silo, Michigan, arriv-
Mr and Mrs. A. e, Durden. L. S. Hutto this "week were In Jacksonville Saturday. Daytona P each. ed her last Thursday on motor- At $1.65 A lovely High Twist chiffonsrocking783"orareallyexcep f.i
cycles. They were making a sightseeing -
amp's Store is full of prac- Mr. and Mrs. J. M Mitchell, Miss >anm lly's ('a0l1l... In Christmas Mr. Kate Ilyals and Miss Louise tour in South Florida, and
llfts Florence' Wood and Mr. Charles packaged at MItC'b..U'. Cone motored to Starke Monday will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs .. tional! service stocking,"27)". '
= Carleton were visitors In Lake : evening for the purpose of organizing Van Allstlne on their return home hy,
are J, J. RIg, on and City Sunday. Mrs. J. H Rltch, Sr., Mrs. J. n. a Post of the American Leg- Mr and Mrs Cleveland Sullivan
mot were transacting business Hitch, Jr., Misses Harriet and Ion. The first meeting and Installation of Tberessa. were tranactlng business
tfksonvllle Thursday. Artamo embroidery package 1-3 Eloise Rltch, Miss Betty Chamber of officers will .take placeat here this week .
off at Stump's.Mrs lln and Miss Hazel Middleton were that point tonight Assisting Her. Norris of Lacrosse preached ----- -- -
n J. A. Long and Mrs T D.lie In Jacksonville Tuesday. Miss Cone to start the Starke Post at the Baptist church last Sunday -
motored to Jacksonville W. II Hoffman returned to will be Howard Rowon of Palatka, morning and evening
day and spent the day her home In Arcadia Monday aftera Mrs J. F. Carpenter, who bas and Fred Walker 6f Monticello. Walter J. Root was a business
visit here with Mr and Mrs. W, spent the past few weeks with her Incidentally, this tl the first Poet visitor in Alachua county this h
Mod line of Abutter Life- L. Wall. mother, Mrs. R. A, Weeks, left Saturday in fie state to be organized by a week. ,fi' \is!
ud Waterman Pen and.Penat for her home In Winston-
Mitchell's. Mr. and Mrs. J, W Andrews, Jr., Salem, N. C. 'at'
1 1rt. I Mrs. E. L. Biggs and son, Leslie,

D. A Mom and Ralph motored to Jacksonville Monday lie nun and look In Mitchell'. ... f h"r+tJ.
lei spent Tuesday in Jackson-, afternoon.All \\lmlow at the collection of suit* '{
able gins 'j'i., ,
Rhode's hats reduced at / .
ri. J. A. Saul and Mrs. O L. tump's. Mrs Edna Lewis of Busbnell, e ,
,lejr were In Jacksonville Tues- was visiting here over the weekend '
The Methodist Sunday school She was enroute to Atlanta
will have a Christmas entertain- where she will make a short stay '
,III for men, women and chll- ment next Tuesday evening, at before returning to her home ifJforr. t
lit Stump's. even o'clock at the church
Col and Mrs J. E Futch of De. ,
= ,
IT W S Stoney of Gainesville, Mr and Mrs W. P Randall and Land spent the week-end( with Mr. .
bold services at the Episcopal little son will spend the holidaysIn and Mrs. H L. Brownlee. They 'J
rth Christmas night. Starke with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. were accompanied home by Mary; ; r
I Alvarez, Mrs Randall's parents irownlee, who will be their guest A. tNl
ir and Mrs E. M. Davis and ---- for several days. J.)1
I hUr. Jean, were in Jackson- New dresses and coats at --'-- ----
F I. Sa:urday. tump's. Have you seen the new "(.11Ic"
-_ ncote paper at Mitchell's? OU fOnta. Specials Xmas E
Friday Through VI Close ALL DAY
.. ve--- CHRISTMAS
ump's Store Is full of dolls and Mrs. W D. Mundy of Lake e

and gifts. .*. Worth Is visiting her parents, Mr Mr and Mrs. If. L. Brownlee, .
- -- -
and Mrs. J, B Sapp. Mr Mundy Mary Brownlee, and Col and Mrs ---
owl) Daniel of the University I. expected for the holidays J. E. Futch of Dfl.and. were SUGAR FIGS, per packages 10 and ISc
lorlda, spend Sunday with Mr. CHERRIES ?
Mra Roy Edwards.olin STEAM PRESSING COMPANYSUITS DATES Pitted package '
._ 22c
CLEANED, PRESSED AND RESHAPED 10 pounds - 49 - 3. oz. rills llc '

'I Sunday Chancey with of Mr Lake and City Mr., '/. Frank Thoman-Phone 52PRllNTING DATES, Stuffed package _...__ _h______ 20c 5 oz. Mottle lSc ,;

- -- --- -
* Simmons 1 RAISINS, Seedless, package _________ lOc Van Camp'tMILK y
Wttmas ties are always ap- CRANBERRIESQuart RAISINS, Seeded, package 12c
sled Look our line over .

. Quality Store. 20c CURRANTS, package _ .,---- l5c'
-- -----
- - - jr
"x Helen Laud- 3 Large 25c a
Minion of FU cans ,
.. .... .. .
.Ie' spent the week-end with ----- '- ". -- ----- -

aunt, Mrs. .. .
F F. Flume -- ---
C1earbrookButter XMAS ,
M'UiM perfume and eeU at
ill, reduced price*. at Mitchr -
'. t 1 I ' Pound - - 37cPOTATOES c: MIXED
: CANDY, pound __ jse w,
- ------ Per Dozen ,
' D P. McKlnnon of-Miami, ', '. .. .- -.. -, .. -- .,. -- -'--- -.- 2Oc: M'
In guest of Senator and Mra. $ h his CHOCOLATES, Pound. __?:__. ______ J8C --- __ ___ __ __ __. _
'*. Johns r
Monday. Chocolate
Cherries, box ---__--.______ 35e CRISCO

complete line of ',Christmas ", Hard Mixed ""
> pound _..___ 28c
*brll'and. fancy wrapping. at > 10 Pounds - 29c Colored ------------ 6 Pound Pail $128

. -" --.- ... Marshmallows _ _____,"1" .?__ lOc .
' -- ----- " __. _
1'1. W, o. Italic, Mrs. J. E.
@QDIr and Mrs. B. M. Johns COFFEE .
t Monday Jacksonville... the master key of our COCONUTS

- civilization, the means 2 Good MINCE MEAT, Package __________ J5e Bonlla Brand ;; +i
Size15c 1

NA WORD through which we have : IV ALNUTS.l'ounL __:____ t"__ 3Se Pound _ u u 28c:

education and -0 -
achieved PECANS Pound T '''
J Sliced _ - -...- -- -- .- 2Sc'
COLUMN Industry. It Is,icdl worth Van Camp's
of --
- the highest efforts - -- --
i very
rltPASSINO' ; rent, for r Us crdft8men.BRADFORD. MIXED NUTS, Pound _. __ 28c
rdsst this N
office; 25c
01n.- -
ALLCypress shingles, No. BRAZIL NUTS, Pound -? __ ... 25c Large Bottle 19cMC '

17 ';1. No, 2, ".00 per M L.r .

SALE-Lone stemmed nar- COUNTY ;
'II". II per 100. Mrs N. D. i
dawrlght. 12-1S-21 STORE : :
: :
* WA tint firma

' cash buyers. Describe, five Where Satisfaction 't
*. IV McNown, tOt WUtln1 Is a Certalniu ", "
, Omaha, Neb. 11-lt-lt :

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lifted up, The doors are opened evening, Dec. 24th. Everyonecome Bey, with $484 a* the figure, and I 'When the family case workerIs =-'--...;:

wide." to the church.: that night and lowest in North Carolina, where able to intervene and can point : Forest Service

it1 l 4 December 23, 1030'Our enjoy the program, the tree and the average cost was $194 per out the needs of the family, she To

: God Ordains Blessed and Santa Claus. funeral. In some cities the I can usually arrange a funeral at I Open New

,rt holy is he that bath part In the Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: average cost ran much higher than a moderate cost. Unfortunately, Prok

4 4.l first resurrection: on such the sec I p m. on Sunday Special Christmas the figure for the state in which however In most cases the family In FirebreakYo

Tky ward U a limp unto aiy feet MS! a light onto mj pttk-Pula 11 :105.hP ond death hath no power, but they I music and sermons at both the cities were located. For In- does not apply to the agency until \
shall be priests of God and of services.On stance In Newark, the average was Its insurance money has been exhausted ------

f7''dUI'' or Christ, and shall reign with him a Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. $493, or twelve dollars higher in the payment of the funeral Demonstration Outfit lit Ilel
nr f3D .: clreedltgtheya"reeatolhsvdoctrinelpon thousand years. Rev 26:6.: there will be a special service. than the state figure. bill and other debts fer' l Eleven 1'11'6 I'rot << h

the love loyalty and devotion of the people must be In harmony with Prayer':" "lie who hearkens tChrist' Subject "The Passing of 1930." The Insurance company was In- Wasteful Trade I'racUce s OrgsnlzatJone

the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit ,Into every fold and creviceof word sh'all reach Ills I Plan to attend' this last meeting of terested in seeing what amount of "To reach the public throughthe -
the human heart and of whom it was said In John 7:46 "NEVER MAN
SPAKE LIKE THIS) MAN." Father's home:" the old year.' protection was provided to care undertaker certain trade prac- A complete firebreak

I December 24, 103O B. Y. P. I/: : Sunday at 6:30: p. for post mortem expenses, and J It tices have grown up which are stratlon outfit Is being del!!

WKKKLY SKRMONETTK Bethlehem, and see this thtng The Open Book- I saw the dead, m. was rather startling to discover wasteful, and have led to many the members of tbs eleven offered!!
which -Is come to pass, which the covered b In Protective Po
small and great, stand before that In the entire group abuses. large cities casket Association
The Lonl'M Love Lord hath made known unto us. God; and the books were opened: CLOSING OF MAILS- the Investigation, there was a deficiency manufacturers maintain showrooms In a letter Just released III bf Flor

John 17:23, 24, 26, 26. I i In And they came with haste, and and another book was. opened, of 17.7 per cent in the to which the undertaker, Forester Harry Lee Baker, 8'

them, and thou In me, that they found Mary, and Joseph, and the which Is the book of life; and the North amount of insurance The costs Invariably particularly the one with little outfit consists of a *tractor;

may bo made perfect In one; and babe lying In a manger. * And dead were Judged out of those Train No. 12, 3:60: p. m. ran far beyond the volume, brings the family to se designed. for forest work *l

that the world may know that thou the shepherds returned glorifyingand things which were written In the Train No. 2, 6:60: p. m. amount available in the policy truck and trailor for trans!

hast sent me, and hast loved them, I praising God for all the things books, according to their works South carried by the deceased person. narlia. equipment. |

as thou hast loved me, 24, Father, that they had heard and seen, as It Rev: 20:12. Train,No. 11, 11:00: a. m. That can be easily understood ket factory, not the 'undertaker, Mr. L- T. Nieland, formers ;

I will that they also, whom thou was told unto them." Prayer "There the glorious Train No. 1,.6:50: p. m. through consideration of those usually makes the sales and sets ty agent In Flagler com ,

hast given me, be) with me whereI God made this greatest of an- triumph waits; Lift your heads, Starke & Bell Branch awarded funeral expense money by the price. The mark-up price may supervise the work This L

. am; that they may behold my nouncements to shepherds, honest eternal gates" Mall closes, 7:00: a. m. the United States Veterans Bu- vary from 300 to 500 per cent of meat and the service of that eq\\

.l glory, which thou hast given me: men of a ]lowly occupation; not December 25, IDSO -Mall arrives, 2:40: p. m. reau. Under certain conditions, the wholesale value, and is usually tor driver are being offered tot|t

for thou lovedst me before the because they were better than oth- Alleluia -- I heard a great voiceof $100 Is allowed for burial, and enough to yield a good profit on pentlne operators and land t

foundation of the world. 25. 0 er classes of persons, but probablyto much people in heaven, saying, No Sunday service. with the averages as given, it Is the funeral despite the small volume era of protective unit at o

righteous Father, the world hath show that the message of salva- Alleluia, Salvation, and glory, and Air mall and registers on train easily seen that the amount fall of business of the small u.n- inal cost, according to an

not known thee: but I have known tion was for no particular kind of honour, and power, unto the Lord No. 12.TRAIN. far short of paying the costs.Dlxplay dertaker. Some manufacturers, Forester In an effort to deJ
thee and these have known that persons, but 'to all people. Thecffpture -w strate tracts
our God.-Rev.: 19:1. Add Cost however, mark retail prices in and to encourage
thou hast sent me. 26. And I have says 'Whosoever will, Prayer: "Let hymns of praise AM BUS SCHEDULESNew plain figures, and refuse to be a dividual Initiative in frehf|
There is another
Fr declared unto them thy name, and let him take of the water of life tell." '- Interesting party to a sliding scale of prices. construction
His triumphs
'n '. schedules changed Sunday, In the survey and that is the tendencies -
will declare It; that the love' freely. Casket houses In some cities also One feature of the new
wherewith thou hast loved me maybe 'I The fact that the babe would be METHODISTPreaching November 30th and trains will run of certain races to elabo- rent paraphernalia and hire out lonal movement Ig the eow !

In them, and I in them. found "lying in a manger" Is said as follows: rate, or make a display at funerals personnel to undertakers with no carpet grass seed upon lit lot
SouthboundNo. thus adding to the costs.It )
to have been "the main feature of
Prayer: every Sunday at 11a. establishments of their own. This portions of the plowed
!" 1, due Starke, 11:11: m. was found that the Irish spent strip
the which the p.
In boundless mercy gracious Lord by angels were m. and 7: 30 p. m. practice also makes It possible for order to emphasize the posll
4 to recognize the Christ child. oca]. most money per funeral, while the
t appear, Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. E. the undertaker with little or no ties of improved pasture with
e' nIf Darkness the humble "And the shepherds returned No. 11, due Starke 11:23: a. m., Italians were a close second. These \
dispel practically
K. Perryman, Supt. investment to survive In spite of non-inflammable ,
local. races as represented in the investigation -
If glorifying and praising God.
mourner : Prayer meeting every Wednes- competition.Chief. exceedingly valuable forage .
r Vain thought remove, melt down 'Just about this time came the day, 7:30: p. m. No. 107, due Starke 11:00: a. m. had th most colorful and Cost Factors It is expected that___n, the .._gn,

". ;;: ',! the flnty heart, Magi l, worshippers of one God, but A cordial Invitation Is extendedto limited expensive funerals, and spent closeto "Excessive funeral expenditures Ject will start about Novetl"CO I
seeking - an earthly prince who No. 103 due Starke, 6:10: a. m. fifty per cent of the assets' or
'" ." Draw every soul to choose the bet you to attend any or all of In this country are due chiefly to : fifteenth on the Black Creek F
'1,. should fulfill their limited, Miami. insurance specifically provided for
tor part. hopes. est Protective
:" these services. two factors: (a) the desire on the Association land'
;;t ; 1 When cometh wisdom and understanding And they came to the place where Northbound funerals. part of the family for an elaborate Clay County and work west
( the 'child fay. Thus two No. 2, due Starke'5:44 a. m., Orthodox Jews had the most
,, ? Answer, Job 28:20: young very PRESBYTERIAN funeral, either as a token of respect covering the entire l.njj
: 28. different; groups of men came to local. simple funeral customs and nat-
'i.i acres now under
and affection for the departed protection In
- ." .: '" I the cradle of the Christ - One' Services Sunday, December 21, No. 12, due Starke 3:06: p. m., urally the lowest costs. They or to satisfy the demands made state.
-r". represented the humble laborers, as follows ocal. made less display of burial, and ---
: _., by the conventions or social and -
and the other the learned scholars No. 108, due Starke, 6:29: p. m. the average cost per burial among
'! : :.:. SCII004 10 a. m. Sunday school, J, M. religious traditions of the group, raccoon, because of mans prod
; SUNDAY limited. those people the of
of the time. was lowest/
Truby, supt. tlon holds the first
"to the place
: ,: or Impress neighbors, am
\.: LESSON m. all.
The Golden Text presents the dueStarke, 7:08: p.
11 a. m. Morning worship, ser the fur-bearing animals
and (b) the lack of organizationand of
I II' great thought of the lesson. limited. Families with low incomes were
mon by the pastor, "The Christ waste In the funeral industry. state as an Income producer.
Starke &' Wannee Branch discovered to be extravagantIn
'()) lUX'KMIUUl: 31, 1OIO Child. Even the extravagant charges' on Induced by the high tnai
DAILY BIBLK HEADINGS No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. funeral costs, and welfare so-
5 p. m. Vesper service, Christmas I the: part of certain undertakers are price of the past few years on
No. 102, arrives Starke 2:40: p. cieties reported that in many In-
, Subject: Christmas Lesnon. -
music A varied musical
t' pro- largely due to an effort to make a season trappers have taken he
' i! Oolden Text: "Unto you Is born December JO, 103O gram will be remembered. m. :stances after a grand funeral of livIng out of a very small volume, toll: from Florida's producers, ;
Oriffln. some relative
T. the would
i iii this day In the city of David, a 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. family of business. tlcularly is this true In refere
The Overcoming Lamb The Blue Bus Schedules within a. few weeks for
Savior, which is Christ Ihe Lord." Topic, "Joy to the World." Leader apply "In general, operating costs and! to the raccoon. For this rn
shall overcome them; for he Southbound charitable
-9:37: a. m., 11:37 relief.
Luke 2.11.Lesson Miss May Mersereau.The prices to the public are lower In the department of game and I fi
Is Lord of lords, and King of kings I a. m., 4:07 6:37 1140 i Summed in brief
: p. m., : p. m., :- up a paragraph -
Text: Luke :2120.I: Christmas exercises of the : I complete' establishments doing a water fish has closed several
-and they that are with him are the
p. m.Northbound. survey stated that,
This lesson is so often repeatedthat Sunday school will be given Wed- large volume of business than in the breeding grounds for gam
called, and chosen and faithful.
-4:60: a. m., 8:63: "From the material submitted by
we can do no better than copy nesday evening, December 24, establishments with small volume the trapping of fur-bearers a
Rev 17:14.: a. m., 1: 63 p. m., 4:23: p. m., 8:23: family agencies, it is difficult to
extracts from former lessons. Christmas Eve, In the church. "It is apparent that funeral Under this action these areas
In a mixed class, Sunday School, Prayer: "The powers of death There will be exercises by the P. m. say whether extravagance In fu-, prices cannot be greatly lowered not only afford protection for i
have done their worst But Chrtat
Tickets and Information at neral
or audience of children, boys, girls, members of the school, a Christmas expenditures, is due more to until the volume of business, stock of fame insuring good b
their have ,
legions disposed. Smith's Service Station, 'next to, an unreasonable desire for elabo-
men ,and women, It'' Is difficult to tree and treat for the chil- which Is fixed by1 the death rate, Ing for future years but fun
December 2O JOO
courthouse. rate
speak:. of the birth of Christ In a i display on the part of the 18 concentrated in fewer hands. the bulk of the pelts taken In

p way to teach and cause a true un The Final Judgment And the' dren.A cordial Invitation to all our I family, than to extortion and ov- This applies both to funeral directors stale The trapping season w h
derstanding and acceptance of sea gave up the dead which were services extended to all. erselling on the part of undertakers. ' and to manufacturers of opens December 1 will cl

Jesus of Nazareth as the Son of In It; and death and hell deliveredup -- burial goods." March 1.Residents.
(Tampa Life.)
God, the true Christ or Messiah the dead which 'were in them: CHRISTIAN CHURCH Small "olumIIlg Charge of the state 65 r

and. Savior of Mankind. Any other and they were Judged every man What does it cost to die? "The small neighborhood un- of age'or over, Confederate vans

kind of acceptance or belief Is according to their works. Rev. Elder W. T. McGuire, of Ray That's not such a sordid question dertaker, atempting to make a livIng FUR IIFu1RiNG ANIMALS entitled to pension under

worthies. If Jesus whom we call 20:13.: City, Ga., and pastor for ten yearsof as appears at first glance, tort out of a small volume of busi- MAY HE TAKEN SOON laws of Florida, children under

Christ Is not the real S
then we have no foundation of the from our sight Grant our hearts Butler, will preach in the Chris- i person who does and who vantage of poor, ignorant and defenseless December 1 marked the openingof license for taking game, fresh

Christian religion. The best we' may thither rise" Lion church in Starke next Sun- leans his body where It must be families than the large the trapping season in Florida. ter fish or fur-bearing animal

can do Is to call your attention to Dorembcr 21, 1O3O day at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. cared for In approved manner.It establishment equipped to handle a The revenue derived from the sale

the time, place and surroundingsof The Call To Praise Praise Elder McGuire Invites everybodyIn remained for the Metropolitan large volume of business. of pelts taken in this state under

the birth of Jesus; and the necessity our God, all ye-his servants, and general, and all of his old Life Insurance Company to "In the purchase of funerals, no the peak prices of the fur market Music Substitu

thereof, and how we are ye that fear him, both small and friends In and around Starke, In make a comprehensive Investigation adequate trading principle has yet of the-past few years, has reached

benefitted thereby. Jesus was born great.-Rev. 19:6.: particular, to attend the services into the costs of burial, or been evolved. On the one hand, well beyond the $2,000,000 mark Not WantedNo

at the small town of Bethlehem, Prayer: "I say to all men far It Is reported that Elder McOulre funeral, and results of the study the poor and ignorant family in annuaaly, according to conservative -

about six miles almost'south of and near, Let shouts of holy Joy may become a citizen. of Starke in are very interesting. The research Its hour of. grief Is disposed to estimates by buyers who have substitute has quality

ii, I II" Jerusalem, and noted as the home outburst Alleluia." i the near ,future. was made to determine spend all the insurance and other been in close touch with the FlorIda original.InsistonCarter'sLra

city of David and his ancestors. December 22, 1D3O whether or not funeral chargeswere savings on an elaborate funeral, market. This income has been Liver Pills-original liver i

" Mary; the mother of Jesus, and Our God Reigns And I heard I BAPTIST oppressive.All in a pathetic gesture of love and divided among the 6,000 men licensed creating free flow of bile aj

her husband Joseph, were living as It were the voice of a great '- classes were covered by the respect. On the other hand, cer- to trap in the state. Prices making feel M

at Nazareth, a town In the prov- multitude, and as the voice of Sunday school at 10 a. m. There investigation, 'rich and poor, people tain types of undertakers ascertain for the present season, it Is said, you bright as

ince of Galilee, and about 72 miles many waters, and as the voice of were one hundred and six present in large and small cities and in the amount of Insurance and are below those of the past few Ask for Carter's

north of Bethlehem. At that time mighty thundertngs, saying Alleluia last Sunday. Each class drew country districts. extract all they can, regardless of years. Liver,, Pills by name and a

all of Palestine was under the rule : for the Lord God omnipotent names for gifts to be on the Sun When completed, the survey the needs of the family or the value While the otter produces a pelt Look for the red bod

of Rome, and Augustus the Ro- relgneth.-Rev, 19:6.: day school Christmas tree, which showed that the average cost of of the servIce'and merchandise that brings the highest price oi Resent substitutes. Ta|
"The golden gates will be presented on Wednesday funerals was highest In New Jer- i which Carter's always.
man emperor had issued a com- Prayer: are they furnish. any Florida fur on the market, the _.:

: mand that all subjects of the em- --., ... ..

pire should register in order to be I DOROTHY DARNIT By Charles McManusIJJUZZ

t'l taxed. The Roman Law, it la said,

would have permitted Joseph and

Mary where they to register actually at resided Nazareth; but WELL ,AT LAST WHO 010: I THE STREET CAR GOOD WH/VT!J/ THATS RIGHT*. 1 1I NOW "I'LL, SAVE'VA DIME>
.' '' the lows had a law that all such THEY OEAT V9r GCttJNA CHARGE J r INSTEAD OF A
acts as registration for any purpose DIME: FOR A RIDE r-J 9
should be done at their ances- .

tral horn. (As to registrations, see .

" Nehemiah 7.) I -"-.I i;,..

.j) Another troublesome point .

about Jesus la, how Is be shown :
to be a descendant of King David? ,n ::: :

:' "Matthew gives' the genealogyof cat 0 't :
Jesus back through .David' to _. 'C

Abraham Luke gives the genenl- ,
ogy back through David to Adam' ,

(Luke 3:23-38.: - Eminent schol i -

are conclude that both Joseph and I

Mary descended from David and
that Luke gives the genealogy of > rI' ',

Mary for Hell, mentioned as the

father of Joseph, was really the '

father of Mary and only father-in- .. ;.,

) law' of. Joseph.' -; '...,....... ,. ''I MS.,;Tu1 t .aari' CMM.
"The task of computing the birth
------ -
U of Christ so as to make a new reckoning __

was given in the sixth cen- .,"THE : -
tury to a learned monk .named By. L. F. Van' ZeirneY

Dlonyslu He made an error In . --
his com station and placed the : -
/ C1ItAatc.
date several years too late...* The IJnil>> ." t.;... ---- _,..
,k* 1 I
date usually accepted for his birth t.. .
MAli I t
Is B. C. t, four years and one weekIf OUOWtAUP MATCat ?3 b 0
4' ( weaccept Dec. J5th as the : NCWSPAPCR. 'S4EI1 !oASlCS I i f' % N w SAY TMS SAYS ITS Glel:>
day) before the year which Is call- f 6# 1s's' 115 arw R (;a4 sw14rv4 ABOUT Teti CS+ER 6R/S ifs RfiD-
ed A. D. 1, In January A. D. 2, ,,; \\ ,'f'/ ( O HCtZSPise Ail .TAINT MESTrCQrrs -
Jesus was five years old; In Jan- ON MAIN ST. \,"> r' OF 9 YALI>
nary A. D. 3, Jesus was six years i MATERIAL T
old; thus we must always add

three years to the date of any KTwCSN., YC rSAC-SKSHlKD .I = I \ : HUQOVrf uP4 RED,

event to determine his age at.that LADf A ttC COIOR-9tro A S uL0.

time" urrr tcvtuto rm A l 4CRAPl /

An angel appeared to the BATTU UO'tAL.ortIi Laua M
shepherd'near Bethlehem and sN1VSRA
said "Unto you Is born this day salresee
In the city of David a Saviour, I
which la Christ the Lord. And this

shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall -Tc! C&CQ TUT rr VAS
find the babe wrapped in swaddling BED $QDADCL0l.... AS A 1301Lr -
clothes HATTER tf net IT REALLY s
lying In a manger.
The shepherds said one to an-

other Let us now go even unto

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,.. .. Tampa -- Making elaborate are Indicated as December 11 and
Yesterday morning; we all went __ -" 1L I ,
down to one of the science, schools plana for a series of entertain 12.

jetVor H. S. JOURNAL"The t have never seen *o many different News of Florida In Short Paragraphs ments In Gulf Coast cities during ..

B. kinds of insects as they bad the present winter, It 'I 1s found Ft. Myers-Gov. Doyle E. Carlton ,
there. The professon gave a lecture suffered laceration of the head 4
Staff" to his class on "Insects and that the Florida West Coast Association , and face here Saturday when hi. '

their importance to man," in which Is representativeof car, driven by a chauffeur,' crashed r ,

<'tit! [pditot-m-Chief ___________-. ___ Milton Brownlee Spanish. We listened carefully to r LIVE STATE NEWS : Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater ."I into a truck on the Tamiaml .

Editor .- Hazel Adkins what he was saying. The schools Dunedin, New Port Richey, Trail at the city limits. The governor ,
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Assistant Ii are similar to ours In many waya.We Tarpon Springs.: Bradentou, VenIce was returning from a hunting '
____ Gary !
Editor -------------
Sports certainly had a good laughoff Sarasota Punta Oorda and Ft. trip with his brothers C. S. ir
del!! I Literary Editor -------------------- Muriel Silcox one of the
'el'et! Editor Annie Mae Pearce She "It's only two weeks BY OUR EXCHANGES I ly.
I Po I Exchange ---------------- i iC nays un- TOLD Lee Memorial hospital and his
til Christmas, so let's stay over j Injuries were said to be not ser- *
fl1 or -_ .. ...... .... .. u..... .
here until LS If
afterwards and -- Jacksonville congress approves -
I HOLIDAYS CJI.\Ptr.: KXKRCISES: see w- ins He spent the night here and : .
, IUST1 kind of Christmas they have." A Fort Lauderdale Opening to Pensacola Local backers of U. S. Army engineers' recommendations will return to Tallahassee Sundayor

, rolkft, tl>ls will be the last I Rev. J. T. Guy attended our Spanish lady was standing nftir traffic of the Federal highway be- the proposed Pensacola-Moblle nearly $3,000,000will Monday. tt, ', "i
"piM ell ( the Journal for a while, chapel exercises Thursday morn- beard her. Then she told her it tween Fort Lauderdale and the canal figuratively shouted with be expended in this state by >_J '1. ris
loa of was six months until Christmas.You on harbor Utilities Co. distributor
the federal government Gulf ,
Christmas ing and the latter
porl all know gave us a very Interestingtalk North Is planned for when It was learned that an
** ,toil bet we laughed. glee and improvements. The electric at New Port Rlchey
waterway power
"The .
coming upon us at a on Bible. Rev. Guy part of January. of $160,000 for Immediate
rco JaTI are of speed, and I don't has been with us for the past two It i Is rather warm over here, so appropriation start of construction had flrgure Is part of a $60,000,000rivers and( Elfera: sold to Florida Power
MW we went in swimming last night at and harbors bill\ which already Corporation according; to O. A.
In the
/ that there Is one years our chapel exercises and St. Andrews A preliminary been Included In a bill introducedIn j
tyeq Sun Shine Beach. has' been submitted to con- Louden Tarpon Springs manager
i 18 sorry. we regret very much his leavingus. examination of St. Andrew's ,
?!l1ho We happened up at the dock the congress. Of the nearly $3,000,000 for Florida rower Co.
10 t tto We hope he will visit us some with a view to Increasing the size gress.:
time in the future. other day as an European ship of the channel between the Gulf Jacksonville-T. C. Imeson. allotted to this state the sum for '--

doIn hero i 1ft a rule In our school was pulling out. It was loaded and the Bay will\ be conducted by commissioner- of JacksonvilleIn the Jacksonville harbor and the ftOTICH_OP" FIX At,.Illicit.\KttK

,h requires a student to have OUR POKT'S CORNER with wheat, corn and meat. We city St. Johns river.Fensarola 't' .
he U. S. engineers. charge of the broadcasting sts- Notice I I. hereby riven that sixtyriAys
seventy before or also I
of our
of saw one ships from .
0 ferOge that after date hereof on to-wltx tH.
I i. eligible to take an examina- This week we have a very good New York. It was loaded with Winter Haven-A majority of 'lion known as says Inaugurating a 23rd day of December, 1410.: W., the
den Its earnings last year, Its fifth. ,,,eutnr'. of the ent&tn
undvrslwnetl x
age And looking over the rec- poem on Christmas by a seventh hides, skins and wool. the business firms of Winter: Haven 119.697.65.. while for new freight line between Pensa- I of Alice C. U lltvrkf, ,1".ea."cJ, will
the faculty reports that there grade pupil. We must pardon Wo are going to visit the Acon- In business for the months of amounted to cola and New Orleans, the motor- pr M"nt our vouaheri and final ao. ..
rebr will run well up to : Honortibld tl, A. Oar f $
1930 earnings count to the o
veil few who are ineligible for "our poet" this week; he was going cagua Peak before we leave her August, September and October as ship Althla powered with twin diner County Judas of Pradforil

edul I exams. to write us a poem on Christmas It Is the highest peak in all Amer- compared with the same period In $42.000. Diesel engines, was tied up at County t Florida fur his approval
M sac our charge' : an such ezo'eItozs.'
' ibut did not get it In time, Ica. 1920. Park With the completion Palafox street wharf. The Gulf This 24th dnv of October. 19.10. 9 '
llra sch student Is required tog so we will have it In our next !Is- I must stop as we are going Winter Coast transport Co., operator, I W. If 8RUOKNT and
of Pugsley Hall two newresidence MAE! JIliWKfci HRltUKNT. e
rita| fifteen cents to cover the suo. pony riding, now. Pensarola Construction of a dormitories for women, plan weekly trips, with a stop at ,10-14..St-U-19. Executor. ,

)eel rgel, for the exam paper and Christmas, We will\ sail for home in about $200,000 bridge; from Santa Rosa ha three Pascagoula.' Mlas., it was announced. ,
ithle printing of the questions. This Christmas Is not so far away one more week, but I hate to seethe peninsula to Santa Rosa Island Rollins College now architectural The ship can carry 250 tons isoncH or. FINAL InSCIIARGN 4 4Notice
units In Its proposed ,-
help to both teacher and pu- It's'coming nearer every day; time come because we are baying will proceed as soon as crew finish of of freight and makes the run In .
plan for an entirely new group "hereby given that sixty:
. gr.w "Santa Claus" i is coming to see me such a wonderful time. work on the 2,000,000 ren- Instructional and residential buildings 24' hours ..../ days. after date. hereof. on to-wtl:
. I wonder, if we will have a tree? With love sacola Bay bridge.Gainesville the 4th day of February, 1931 I the
on the shore of Lake Virginia. nndereljrntMf Administratrix of the l
ll'MOIl CLASS NEWS Elsie Barry, Fort Myers.-An Indication that KRtute of W.. M. Ilaa', demeaned.will 4'
vek -, A tree with branches big and wide S The greatest Barron Collier plans to open a new present. my vouchers and final "
has been authorized -
PerrY-A survey aooount to the Honorable Oeo
1nd 'e are very glad to say that all To hide the presents Diary of Sly Trip to the WrwtIndira amount of revenue that tins ever by the War Department bank at Boca Grande shortly was Oardlner, County Judge of Bradford, A. .

eta Juniors have been studying sod That Santa brings. p been collected In Alachua county the Stelnhatchee seen in the filing! : of a petition In Countr"' Florida, and aek for hi. ap U,
for the mouth of
and suchAdministratrix. I
72, that nothing has happened And nuts and fruits and lots of during tIe month of November the circuit court here yesterday to my. aa
of making
with view
Dec river ;
9.-Left San Francisco a
Inro ibem> worth mentioning. Ha! things. was paid Into county coffers durIng and confirm the sale to him of the This 6th day of T>..cember. IM*.
this morning at 9:30.: We had a boundary river between Taylor MHH ItULAH HAHRKI.U
I the past month. building;, lots, furniture and fix- '
harbor lJ-5-Bt-l-30. Administratrix.
very nice voyage but all of us be- Dxle counties a deep
ine good result of all this study- Presents for pa -- tures of the defunct Stat Bank of
came seasick except Cleo Saxon, for the great lumber and naval -
) I: is that most of the Juniors And ma and me, Ocala The historical committee of West Boca Grande by J. IS. Riley receiver MAST-KITS! iwoTicn or BALB!!
who had been sick before we left stoves industries
gin re h hof a great deal higher average And. oh, a lovelyChristmas of the Marlon Chamber Commerce ,, for $6000 cash.. Boca 4
Starke for San Francisco, and she Florida Hereby notice ,la iclven that under
Is data for a his
of them compiling
and more tree! Grande been without bank
a last year has a
had remained In her stateroom and by virtue of that certain final i ,
going to be exempt than ever By Paul Raymond. tory of the county. which when Board since the Institution closed about d ,c-r..e of Foreclosure. made by the
Seventh grade. until she became accustomed to finished, will be the most completeand Jacksonville-"The State Jiidea, of the ZMh Judicial Circuit.
ma ore. the roll and rock of the boat. Jack treatise the sub I of Health Is endeavoring to make two ;yuara ago In and for Itradfnrd County, Florida '
adequate on In Chancery, on the 84th day of November W'
00ib TIPS: OX ETIQUKTTK Christmas and I had obtained a supply of ject ever published. Florida In actuality what she Is DeLnnd Reforestation In A. t).. 1930, In favor nf the
lemon drops, which someone hat potentially,* the healthiest state In plan Fednral. Land flank of Columbia a.
a, Volusla county are progressing: corporation, and against Mr*, Julli*
Christmas will soon be here. told us were good; for seasickness, the union Dr. Henry Hanson, ,'.
fererpa r Madame Bramvllllers: Fort Pierce Plans are being under the Inlatlve of individualsIn A. Cunning-ham, O ( Kelly, and the
and we distributed these among state health officer, told the state Lake Butler National Fartn"l oaaAHHORlntlon
The best day of all the pear; much dispatch <
out with
man worked as
very young cooperation with the' Florida. defendant The. unriVrfilBn ei
k recently moved to this town. Christmas is a jolly time our classmates. Oh. we have bad and thoroughness as possible !- public health conference as forest service at Tallahassee. IfNI but not When bells ring a happy chime. a terrible time all day and could for presentation of the delegates from all sections of the for Hutu and :nell 1a'ra the front dour
Jls fascinating seems proposed
not enjoy our trip! I am afraid I If commonwealth gathered at the I Tampa-More than 200 Pennsylvania of the court houne In Htarke, "Flor 0
tin'' I take an interest In the girls appeal for government; aid farmers will be brought to Ida durlnr the legal hour of .ate
1 much Interestedhim Santa Claus will bring lots of toy this keeps up, we won't have a for the Fort Pierce harbor project. Seminole Hotel here In first an on Monday, January 5th, KS1 te
Car 8. I am very nice time. metal session.. the South Florida Fair and Gas- the hlgheet and bent bidder for r"na.
For the and very
good girls boys.
would like much the dCHcrlned
and very parllla Carnival on a special train following property lyInir -
| Introduction. How shall So let's all be as good as good can Dec.. 10.-This a. m. everyonegot Blountstown A. L. Nurum and being In Bradford county,.
a fet will over the Seaboard line on February Florida, to-wlti!
a good laugh off me. Annie Jacksonville Florida rereive
9 about doing this. genial president of the Calhoun Southwest quarter ,of RouthW. 0i e4
7 to inspect citrus and agricultural -
IbD M. D. S. And we'll be remembered on the Mae and I had a room togetherand brought In ripe strawberries here nearly $2,000,000 In new quarter of fleotlon Fifteen (II) ,
Christmas tree. last night, after writing our working capital under the supple- display from the various Townehlp Seven South. Range : .
, |arM. B. S.: County Strawberry Association districts of Florida. Twenty. (SO) Kant. Bait Fourteen ,
ina Jometlmes when passing him on Martha Slade, 6th grade.IIRADFORD diaries she said she would let me December 1. The people are much mental appropriation bill for (If> acre. of Boutheaal quarter of
S have the lower berth but I told her emergency construction on public I Southeast. quarter of Bectlon fll I*- ,
d i itreets "accidently" drop your elated over the.prospects of strawberry Winter Park OMcials coming : teen CiS Township. Seven (7) Booth. !
fcdkerchlef when he picks it I BUMPS I would take the upper last night, growing'In this section. works during the remainder of the Hnne Twenty (10)) Gael lean sax
etl- and she could take It tonight. It fiscal year ending June 32, 1931, from scores of Florida municipalities
f (ette If, be he obeys will Introduce the rule himself.of Coach Lovell: "What author Is was all o. k. with her. When I with a view to Increasing employ I all Intent upon having< a good quarter Fourteen of CU Northeast) acres quarter of Northeast of Section -

Cebr him known for his vocabulary?" started to bed I forgot all about part of the day on our voyage from ment, which passed the house. time and of course gaining Twenty-one eln( Townehlp S...-
itch for a chance to meet something useful In the of information en (7) South nance Twenty (!">
Billy Parker"Webster.: the upper berth and thinking I Port Royal. Arrived at Havana at i way ,
iln and ask ,for his presence atr Rant. Northweirt"" quarter of Northwest -
--' was home, I started to' get in bed 7:30: p. m,. ; Pensacola Senator Duncan from addresses heard :quarter of Bectlon Twentytwo -

<< r home..Madame Bramvllliers. Hilda Durden: "Dad you are a I with Annie Mae and almost pushed Dec. 19.-Arose early and spent U. Fletcher has Introduced a bill i and discussions undertaken will Range, Townehlp Twenty (10)Pleven East(,T)I..Booth.. tee

handker- lucky man." her off the berth. Did they most of the day. In visiting the calling for authorization for the gather In Winter Park next week. Haul Twelve
lefe Boys! beware of ladles Mr. Durden: "How Is that?" laugh? Well we are all almost capital buildings. Rested the latter expenditure of a sum, not to exceed The occasion 1 is marked a* the III the FhAZBBl(10): acres.,

Hilda: "You won't have to buy well and can enjoy our trip. Notb part of the day $1,500,000, for the enlarge- semi-annual meeting of the Flor. Special Xtel''

CLUB NEWS me any school books this year. I ing much happened today for we Dec. 20.Went to a large sugar .' ment and Improvement of the ida League of Municipalities, and ,Solicitor m, "II. JOHN for Complainant*. t: !P

u have been left in the same class." were busy sending messages home plantation this morning with i United State Naval air station at the exact dates of tbe assembly ________1I.1-lIt.1.II.___: ,
r Inter Nod Dec. 11.-Today we got a good Senor Somebrerosnesgros. This ren acola. Senator Fletcher said I, t I

The Inter Nos Club met for theIt Mr. Dowling: "Now I want to scare. A terrible storm came up p. m. we visited the school where that he had decided to offer such -

t time before the next semester, put a little scientific question to and we could 'hardly stay still. Annie our old friend Eva Marcotte Is a bill after conference with officials

I ednesday, you, Dora. When the kettle bolls Mae and I were In our state- teaching. Aa we started to our hotel of the Navy Department. _

J *Pegasus the flying horse was what does the steam come out of room when it began. Annie Mae three yOung Spanish toreadorswere TAMPA"The

r jfepted as the insignia of the ther-spout for?" was sitting on the edge of the playing their guitars at a Sarasota -- According; to Bell wt>
b. Dora: "So that Mrs. fowling berth reading a novel when the park, and, try as hard as we could, Brothers celery shippers at this i

The following officers have been can open your letters before you storm began and she and the nov- we could not get Cleo T. and Evelyn point the start of the fall celery C -

j ted for election: get them!" el landed on the other side of the to go on to the hotel. movement will be delayed about Convenient Center" of
I "ontlfex: Maxlmus-Henry Mast. room. I was thrown from the Dec. 21.-We visited the remainder ten days due to the recent cold. ,,, | .e'tror M

) Pl'lletur'Sinclair Peek, Jr. The T. T. IV-A girls have been chair, where I bad been reading a of the Interesting' ; places weather. It was expected that

a Tribune S. R. Johns. studying Smith's "Teaching book and eating the beloved lemon today, and went to the opera tonight shipments would start about December FLORIDA

Geography by. Problems." They drops. The other classmateshad Cleo T. and Evelyn stayed 15, but It is now thought

Dramatic Club have been teaching themselves by many adventures, but the at the hotel Evelyn had a severe tbat It will be January 1 before _

The members of the Dramatic the problem, project and Journey storm abated before dark. which i headache and Cleo :T. volunteeret I I first commercial shipments will be "The Playground of America"

S ab have been:, practicing on a method. The following letter was was very good for the ones sleepIng to stay with her The opera bad made.

on written by one of the girls when in the upper berth. It hap just begun when who do you aup _
ogram which they are to put '
chapel after Christmas. they were studying Argentina and pens to be my night to take the pose walked Into our box? The DeLand Chick Wai Leung -

The club has been capably dl- went on an imaginary trip to Ar- upper. sick Evelyn Cleo.; T. and the three native of China who graduate it .4. ,

ted by Mrs..Hudson and expects gentina. The diary also was writ. Dec. 12.-We have had a pleasant I young toreadors of the previous from John B. Stetson Universitywith ., 'V I

ten bY one of the girls while they voyage today. Nothing hap day's exnerlenca.. whom.. they. Immediately a bachelor of art degree In '
a members after the Christ- - -- ---- --- ---
is holidays.. I were studying the West Indies by pened except the usual shipboard shared with Novella at 1924, 1* now Secretary of Foreign
I the journey method. It gives an routine. Oh yes, Ruth did meet a tar the Introductions. Just how Affair for the Munlcaplllty of 4. ?

Etiquette Club account of their Imaginary Journey fascinating young man, Senor they received an Introduction we Canton. China It became knownIn I ,
to the West Indies. Sombrerosnegros. who promisedto do not know but girls will be ,
The Etiquette Club met Dec. 10, DeLand Monday, when Dr. Lin
Mrs. Carpenter's room. Buenos Aires Arg. be our guide till we reached girls! coin Hulley. president of tbe unl

The meeting was called to order December 7, 1930. Cuba, his home. lIe Is well acquainted Dec, 22.-We left Havana this varsity', received a cablegram from

r the president. No business was Dear Mother: with all of the places we a.' m. at 7:30: after bidding' Senor the former student. '
We left Miami at 9:30: Monday were visiting We all thankedour lombrerosnegros and the & !*J"
IOCIas4 the meeting was
reed over so to the program com- morning. The wind was high and protecting angel for sending three young toreador goodbye Sebrlng Nan-ce-o-wee Day, *, .

Ittee. the sea was rough, of coarse we us such a necessity We had a pleasant voyage' and arrived the annual local festival event of :

The fallowing program wa en- were afraid, but soon became accustomed Dec. 13.-Today we had another at the port In the Domlnlan the winter season, has been set

Ted: : to It and enjoyed the trip pleasant voyage. Our guide' Republic. for February 23. Another affair

r'Conduct at Social Lula' Red- 'very much. proved to be all he pretended to Dee. S3.-We spent the day III of Interest to thin community and
Mi. ." We crossed the great Panama I be. We have entered the Panama: visiting the Interesting places It* environ,, the Highland county ', ,,

Conduct at School wa discuss- Canal that our cousin John helped Canal and will dock at Panama here and left for Haiti proper. Fair will open February 23 and

by the club. to dredge and speaks about so often I City In about an hour. Dee. 24. -We arrived In Haiti continue for one week. Louis A.

The following commit- After we crossed the canal Dec. 14.-We saw many Interestlng proper about 1:30: and. spent the Alsmeyer, county agent I Is heading HOTEL HILLSBORO$

lie 'Will appointed program by the prel- the Pacific was more calm than places today on our sightseeing remainder of the day In finding' a ; the committee on arrangement ;

kmt: was the Carrlbean Sea and we felt trip. Senor Bombrerosnegro hotel which was not managed by *.
at ease. We sailed around carried us through all of the negroes

thy(Bonnie Canova chairman; Dor- more Chile. Cape Horn.'np the Strait of most Important places) of Interest. Deo. ,-.We celebrated. Christ -. LWw __
Ritch, A. E. Wall. Abbie Har- .... "..
of Argentina bought plenty of l souvenirs *!*
V, Georgia Katherine Hayne Magelltan and on the coast Everyone ma* by taking an all day. sightseeing Tampa'a Largest Hotel .
to the famous capital and postcards.Dee. trip to Henry; I'. fortress, ,

I 1nU'l' WOULD HAPPEN IF known as Buenos Aires where we IS.-Left Panama City We visited all of the tower, dungeons _. _____________0CentralFJreproot8tNm____________ '_ .0'e:
are now. last night at 11J SO. We had a and the secret treasure
we saw was a pleasant voyage except for one ac chamber before lunch.: When i ,
I "Gator" did not try to get some- The first thing we Heat-Radios I
*e eloeln! trouble In history class? Llama with a load of goods on his cident. Lorena was overbalanced started to eat our lunch we bad a _ _

Alice could not ask; questions on back and a man behind it. by the roll and rock of the ship brought, we missed :Edith and Rachel ?'ib -

lit constitution? All the people over here speak and fell overboard, but she was we found th.m In tbe secret' Home-like atmosphere-Large, airy rooms-spacious _____

Lorena Green did not say "what Spanish. so you know we cannot saved by Pearl, just as she sank reaaure chamber. They could not lobby-MezzanIne and Outdoor Balcony -
much. We did the third time. We are entering find the out. We visited
way the
.0 : talk to them very
Too\ In Barber
want to know? psybology Shop Beauty Parlor Battle '
I manage to learn their congress port Royal Jamaica tonight. remainder of the fortress and returned Creek. 0 '

8&ra was class not so'quiet? would meet the next day. so we all Deo. It.-We visited all of the to Port Au Prince. Turkish and Roman Bathe-and 'ma'ny other con- '..

We Ihould school went down to see the capital. They place of Interest In Port Royal Dec. 28-Today we visited allof When veniences.
new Fire 'J'y1itJb
get a Drives
"ding! have only thirty senators and one today. Elsie who U. very Interested the place of Interest_ In Port _

Bill< WalnwTlght could not re- hundred and twenty representatives. I In psychology stayed In one of Au Prine.. Out Your Tenants "TO(" OP THE TOWN"-Dinlng Room and Root 'ft

:Hate The president and vice-I the psychology classes at a college Dee. Z7,-Wlift Port Au
? both Roman Catholics -, listening to a lecture on "Sensa Prince this a. m./Ul,8:00: for St your property beeoe ei ..........- Garden
"Jack" King bad a temper? president are : lions and Feelings." She raved I Thomas and the other Virgin Isle. u".. But,\if yea have Rent ln unun> _
11111011 forgot to ring the bell? : to make vowr Fire Inaynmce 1',_ 4
The We went to a Roman Catholic about It all day. 'We visited St. Thomas today and Cafeteria and Fountain Luncheonette
hllle bon bad not won the last church last night. Wish you could Dec. 17.-We left early todayon 'DOW' we are In Porto Rico Icetlom HMVcempitfto, yoti wilt |'W ,

of the season? been there. The priest was a trip to visit all of the plan Dec. 2s-Today we finished our rdjMlHwwdor" the .toe* or rmiTk $2.50 to $6 European
Murtel $6 to
have -
| ? $0. American !
was History ..
exempt on cost .U Mutt-Ibe )
We dressed In robes. We saw him tatlons. After we returned. Sara Journey by visiting St. John and prvtmlbwIvBMMeerj. ,
wow?did not have any mid-term sprinkle fine tiny babies with holy and Iris were rather sick from St. Croix and left for Jacksonville Let M led,_about. W We Invite You to Live at the IIILLSBORO

8 The sermon was Spanish; eating too many oranges and bananas. and home with so many sove-
nt water.
,*. Seniors Claus did not come to see we were amused ,at first but It They are all o. k. now and mire and picture of many place :.., L. Ii. ", HkJnaer Pr...i
was really Interesting. If we didn't we leave for Havana today at <::10p. we vUlUd. we took,up almost the INSURANCE8TARKE. C. J. Jacfceofc, )".-pr. on Application I'_ .ot

;; ; We enjoyed m. whole ship with our trunk.
OkMchobea .....f City Bakery re- know they were saying. l Telephone M-5541
-me4 operations recently the singing' most of all. Dee. II.-We spent the greater By Muriel SUcox T. TV4V-A. FLORIDA I iI

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Robinson Qt the Starke Telegraph, morrow a hat and the next day nothing more than an accommodation ) Zary Crawford ---"" --'---..;::

Bradford County Telegraph )la very proud ot that light.- something else. Hours are wasted MrsWalter Sunday arle

i I From Other Pens I Times-Union. Yeht I Job had boils and much nerve) force consumed; ((3)) 'The air mall !is operated. at Daughter, Gladys IJnderbln
Established 1877
Inflicted on him but records do in the effort to decide. The man a justifiable loss. In Galne8\'lIIe were sh

'f h' ._." ----------r-- not show he was particularly who has made a practice of first ((4) The post office department Mr. and Saturday attel'l

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered aa Second Class Starke Telegraph tells of a man proud of, them. getting the facts and deciding now, engages in a lot of charitable work daughter, Mrs Mn Oenmatlot

who wrote 17.000 words on the o always has the decks clear for ac- that Is absolutely Indefensible. sonvllel, J
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida. were
' 1p dl back of a postal card. Was be a If your nose ,Is close to the grindstone tion. lIe may make mistakes, but If any business man who was here Sunday mH V181t1ng rtltt

E. S. Matthews, ___________...._______ Owner #nd PublisherJ. Scotchman T--Tneln: Ion. rough, he also accomplishes vastly more not a politician were called on to here. \ttended ch uMI'
than the careful who con- consider those four facts, he wouldlet
---o--- And you keep It down there long man and
C. Robinson ______.._______--------- Managing Editor SHe married a civil engineer enough. stantly halts and vacillates between the first one alone and concen- Vanderbilt Mrs u ?anoer I

-. -. -,- ., .-.-. and In a few months she had him You will soon, .forget: there are two opinions. Kelliher trate on Improvements on the sec their daughter ge.lot) were 'H
SUBSCRIPTION RATE more civil.-Times-Union. Revised ,such things ,, I (Minn.) Forum. I ond and fourth. But not so with ford Monday, Mr. Za.., C

i I Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance version. She married a civil engineer As a brook .wilch babbles and a --,-0- I the politicians,' or at least Mr. Mrs. V, B.
t Wheeler
, and, in a few months be was bird which sings. ChoiceBy I Brown. His idea, is to ride a good John of Cre8tview al14

'' v Advertising.. _Rates- u_ < will asserted
that the
-o---- compose: post Miss
For easy tasks the pay In small. Teresa tlennett LM
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7 the home at home. A fool writes to a woman. A Yourself the stone and your darn- office department engages In charItable week-end \,
Spend money in
And oh, my boy If ease you seek There88ll
Ig wise man telephones remarks the ed old nose. --Marden. work Here are'two specIfic folks. vie h,
lirV'If o Then day by day and week by
? Times-Union paragrapher. Maybe -00 weekAdventure instances which are fundamentally Miss Edith
Merry Christmas is our wish for you the wise man Is too dumb to Terrible charge brought nothing lest you fall. I unsound business 'and Wilton of Vanderbilt and hl'l!
+ know that most telephones are on against a Texas candidate He 'would not be tolerated In'a well- lug their "ere r
i o If common toll Is your desire -- brother
t party lines. Lake City Reporter play the ukelele. We know a FlorIda regulated commercial enterprise) : Mrs. 1 sea COOl,
i1i Traffic state road 28 is increasing daily. In common ignorance remain Chloio nauey ,
t ; on
candidate who plays the bolita. ((1) If you go to the post office and
It you've no wish for something Walton of
e'J' a It o if wants holidays Tampa Tribune. We know a lot higherLet and buy 1,000 stamped envelopes,' Itlng relatives Jacksonville hen ,, ware" i

p This could be termed the merry season of fiction. abolished. Name a few.- of Florida candidates who play not a book disturb your the post office will print your name : Mr. L. C, \Vnru r Sunday' ,, ,
a Starke Telegraph. We'll take the the mouth organ. Green Cove brain. and address in the corner ABSOLUTELY -! passed through t>it. take Ou
Spring Times. Most all are experts FREE OF CHARGE, canon
dar We'd atoltahi. legal
ia Turkeys are getting down to the white bacon/ class every in the use of the wind In- This takes food out of the mouth day.ML'
holiday.'e don't need ,
e ; any Life's difficulties offer more, Arthur Mri./ ,", i
L 4 jA c o to celebrate a holiday worth celebrating. struments. Bradford County But high rewards. are hard to of your small town printer and A. Crosby motor", V ftl"

ZI a Some inside information should have been kept! inside .-Lake City Gazette.o County Telegraph And letter perfect win, helps to run a deficit in the post Wednesday night +ner, Mr !I
)In dancing the side step office ,
i ---- -- I One may not flee when fear department. The merchant Rae Is Caching! a" ,. 1 I,1 ,]
tI o Green Cove ,.Springs Times I who wants to save several dollars II
Wo note our Starke (Fla.) exchange steps in course.
I Christmas dollars spent 'at home will make p happy new ----0- on his printing bill Is not to blame
,. never reports the sport of Or'sleep when duty taps the door; ; Mr. and Mrs l e Mrhae I
.' year, t getting pasted in the eye with a .Aft at' beong married for eighteen To rise above the common lot for patronizing the post office in- son, B. J, of Walclr w.r, ( vlsi( 1

a snowball. Hillyard (Wash) years a resident of San Francisco Patience and courage both requires stead of his printer. But why Mi',and Mrs II M M"nueSi!
is suing his wife for divorceon should the government do thIs day night 1
' News. Swap you an oversize ;
Exchange heads a column "A Fool Afoot Not all of the grounds that she is twenty, work for nothing run a deficit and ,
Florida grapefruit for one of your Dy what man will do and will Miss Jennie Muiiiu '>o8byBi|
' t them snowballs. i year older than he. Perhaps he not I then have swivel-chair postmaster Saturday afternoot with MI,!

+). i u -o- I has just reached the age of discretion. He proves the sum of his de general squawk Mattie and Ellen "Norman I
{ .-Starke Telegraph Or It ((2)) If you live In Martin coun- Mi', S S, gtlJ
Among the "sob" headlines of the week-Lij ht Trade in We'd like to see one politicalcampaign sires. Dowllnir ''II ,
ty and receive the Daily1
"' where each candidate I took him twenty years to find out or was visiting Mr Limim ':rate 1
Onions. her age.--olades County Demo- the South Florida Developer by Saturday afternoon
said' exactly what be thought. The path of study never ends
crat. Some strange things happen mall no charge is made by the There will be breall
j ,0--- Starke Telegraph. Wouldn't do The hours for learning never a aihoul ;
Guessing woman's : will not'worry one unless you at all. Its bad enough under In this old world and especially cease. post office for delivering your' pa- up at Rising s'hool1'uesday nJ
ago In CaUfofula-Wauchula Advocate The who per to you. In other words, the Everybody welcome
present campaign systems, happy man seems at
go over. ., '. Bronson Journal. peace post office delivers absolutely free --
.. . . all copies of a that
]h ----0 ------o------- -0 Halt I fortune family and friends. newspaper are LEGION 1'OST oIIG.1 l'lia:

:Of 'what usd ia a'friend if the best way to ke p one is not Food for thought. Nearly every Sebring American says "The Still copes with problems, day by addressed to subscribers in the (Continued from
' t H to usea'lhem' law passed by the last legislatureto hardest part, of the Job Is capping day county of publication. Why should page 1.1)

be tested In the courts has the" stuff once' It's made." Reads, thinks and labours to a this service'! be rendered free, and ter member, are urged to sign!

:.... --0 been declared invalid. Starke Did you "ever ''try explaining: to plan then have a postmaster general plications at Corpenlng'i D
Men are still talking :about prohibition, the women about Telegraph. For goodness sake neighbors when 'a 'dew of the bot- And treads the rugged, upward complain, about a deficit? Store, In Starke, with Jesse A]
oper til'lS.: dont blame that on the courts--! tles''' blew tii)'r 'S'tarfce i'T' legraph.Or way'' There are many services operAted ander at Hampton, Walter <1

0 ;/". a Brnnson Journal. perchanc( 'to the preacher or To make himself a better man.. by .the post office that, must' ham at Lake Butler or 0 J, rl
.,,0.- I ,.-o_. ._ i the circuit judge' when they drop- o-- show a loss. The sensible thing lips at Lawtey. The annual dl

Coal is $16.50 a ton nn. Idaho, wheat $9. Formers are Farmers are getting their own ped In just as you were openingthe Village Vernacular would seem to be the 'adoption of were fixed at 3.00, about \I'\''

; using wheat! for fuel.,, farm relief grinding; cane and kill bottles Levy Couny Journal a program to reduce losses and not of which goes for the state i
(Notre Dame Juggler) to break the
try camel's
ing hogs. -Starke Telegraph. And Probably they would say back by national dues and for thartrr f tj
o some of the town dwellers are get- "we are Just In time."-Green Town Pump-A shoe worn' in loading the deficits on the only division the dues being made as small!
Maybe the cigarette-smoking girls of today had pipe- American cities. of the postal enterprise thatis
ting some of the syrup and pork. Cove Springs Times. possible because of the flninj
smoking grandmothers.If Great times in the agricultural ., i '-oCongressman Post office-a swell game which really showing a profit. But condition of the country at i
carries the stamp of our approval then, there is no accounting for
o section of Florida! -- Bronson Lex Green, o'f this time.
Journal. congressional district, Is trying to General Store-commander over politicians.. There la a vast amount of s J
are feeling mean try calling some Jacksonville corporal ----'+e--.
you major sequence, punishment Lecf
---- ------ get the permission of Senator that can be done here by a
resident an old Cow Forder Some Florida papers are doing Smoot to concede to a provision in and private offlce (Bang! Post and it shows a fine Bplrlil

o their best to bring In an oil well. the law whereby towns and cities Bang!. You're dead.) 'RISINGIII. the ex-serylce,men of the comm
Bradford County Telegraph.And Farmer's market-vegetarian's Ity to themselves with f
having postofflre receipts of $7,500 identify
School children figure they need two weeks' vacation af- .. Iris, erefae, Cor.
there are lots of Mluneaota and over may be furnished with paradise. organization at this time, an<
ter standing mid-term exams. newspapers that will need oil If federal buildings This will per- Ma'n street the avenue that will not be lohg unU'" th commIt

o ..1 business men don't quit sendingout mit the government to construct the water pipes run down.' Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McRae returned will begin to fei the effect!

j Exchange urges readers to consider the stars. That's of town for their printing. buildings in towns like Perry Weekly paper" a periodical to their home in Gainesville his patriotic, loyal and unsellj
Kelllher (Minn.) Forum. which la now just out In the cold published every week which makesone Saturday after spending a few organization.
what the theatres are used for. -0----: because Its postal receipts do not: ''seven days. Pardon reverse days here with, relatives.Mr. Welcome Jones-Langford-\lJ'!

a Those in favor of moving the reach quite, tllp required amount.Mr. that clause. and Mrs. A. H. Green of Post, American Legion Post, (

Berry good news: Plant City reports the first thousand capital from Tallahaaae should be Green is pslng the argument, Mayor-a lady, horse. Starke, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. partment ot Florida
willing to underwrite the expenseof that Hitching post-Cockney dialect
is an.oportune, time because - -
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e dollars from sale of strawberries. r. -- --
moving all the public buildings of the need for employing for a place to scratch your back.

,i o to the new site.-StarkeTele- labor, and he writes that bethinks Water tower-the small town's

One of the best missionaries, according to a Georgia pa- graph. It Isn't worth moving. he will,'succeed In the effort own skyline. RADIO REPAIRINGALL
'Green Cove Springs Times ,-Perry Herald. Corner store--the corner, runs
is the Missionary strawberry.
per, Yea. Dol! You spoke a parable. this on week days.

'0 --------o-- FrlendahipiSt Horse trough-a nice place to MAKESSmith's

The radio has enabled many to distinguish Between a Hillyard (Wash.) News says colleges '( Petersburg News.) park the goldfish when you leave
are turning out a lot of superior It Is a beautiful flower whose town for the week-end. Service Station
heavenly voice and an unearthly one.
gentlement-who are being fragrance is love; an associationof Poolroom-hangout of sinners
o supported by dads who quit schoolIn Interests, and affectionate re- and salesmen, if there Is any distinction. -
Christmas time is the time one thinks of old times and the seventh grade. Starke gard. .. Authorized DealerWestinghouse

old friends, but don't let it stop with just thinking, Telegraph. But just wait until It is to love without selfish mo- Hotel scene of checker
those s. g get under way. They'' tive, to admire' respect help inUrns matches. Every town has Its Inna Radios
O' may do as well as ,dad In time.- of need.Friendship. and bouts. (Please, mister think
Firm of Quincy dry cleaners are advertising freE! cleaningfor nronson Journal. Is the silver liningto I of my wife and kiddies)

those whose names appear in the advertisement.Life _t' _ the cloud; loyalty personified; The fast express-due at 12:57: -

Schools have been held for tag'' a symathetic bond an Inspiring ,, and stops, but not at this town.
agents, to be followed by a conference Ideal.It Board of trade-a swell phrase
01 maybe just what we make it, but one cannot live of tag buyers as they ia life at its happiest-confidence meaning "tired of commerce."

alone, and friends really make our lives what they) are. can manage to buy one.-Starke at its' befit.'Friendship Court house place where
oAt Telegraph. We suppose the big .nevet if''' betrays-*...for I Uncle Hiram did his courting or CHECKYourChrisTmas

mogul taught the little moguls gives: faults HBXcusea errors spooning'as this younger genera- ,
present rate of buying auto tags over the state there how to derive tbe greatest money: lends a hand i In life's upward climb tion calls\ It.

will be one new tag to every thousand old ones on New! Year's return In tbe least amount of time. -helps bear the' toad. Town bully-we could write a

morn -Green Cove Springs Times.o Friendships are flowers scattered snooty definition of this one butIt BilTs
', ------ o----- along life's highway to cheer would be censored anyway.

o auto stealing cannot be stop the, pilgrim-you I Tourist park plot of ground r

O. O. McIntyre plays safe with his averages when he predicts ped any other way hemp rope Pick them as you go, but' cau- too rocky for farming and too

that 98 percent of sympathy is boloney and 0) percentof might prove as effective as It did tiously! choppy for a golf course.
IA the, days of horse stealing. There are poison flowers! Constable-tbe only man in
scandal is without truth.
Starke Telegraph. You all try it oDreams town who doesn't keep his good:
o out In that section and if It works blue suit for Sunday only.

The football season is over, Dynamite Dunn has, been rest assured the rest of the country Village gossip outdoes Paths
r will adopt the method.-Jasper I dreamed a golden dream one News in that she sees all, knows I
knocked out Christmas is coming prosperity Is said to be
News night. all.....and tells all. ,
coming-why can't one be happy I o----- Ofwealth- beyond' compare; Blacksmith shop .forerunner tJ'i

o i A drivers' license law, as wellas But when I woke my plies of gold of the garage, the main difference ,
r .
the creation of a state force to All melted into air. being that blacksmiths were hon- ,.
Hillyard (Wash.) News goes from one extreme to the for ,',
enforce all traffic regulations 4
other in its editorial headings "Hard to Turn DOWN Ladies"and years have been obvious needs ,'\ dreamed a sliver dream one est.The band-has more brass than

"Turn. Downthe Panhandlers." Yet the assembly has been derelictIn .,night, either William Halnes or the Great .
0 Its duty_prlraarly because Of love and moonlight: bliss; Shire I S.
heretofore It has not possessed But when I woke I sadly found "
Apopka Chief to install microphone in the fegis'lative :. -0 ,
wants a
I either the vision or courage! to 'Twas but.a..phantom kiss. "
hall next session. To get' accustomed to the programsin legislate for the public good.- The Postmaster General Smirks., '
Stuart News ,
( > ,
,1 '
hook Green Cove Springs Times) I dreamed rosy dream one night ',
advance a sparking motor up to your loud speaker.: . made
'The annual
0- Aglow with youth's bright (Ire; report by
o Telephone poles; sign posts and But when I woke how far. I was Postmaster General Brown to
!Muck fires near West,Palm Beach are causing'disagree all obstructions within( fifty feet From Land .of, Heart's.:Desire, President''' Hoover Is distinguish :* With A Checking Account

able smells and smoke, leading the Lake Worth Herald to remark of the blchwal-"sb uld be made ot i ed by the recommendation that ; ,
rubber and rubber plants should And 'so my' pleasant dreaming postage on letters be Increased
that they do not have to have five cent cigars in that
bo used for baautlfIcatlon.( '_ end, from Z cents to 2 1-2 cents an

section., I Bradford County 'Telegraph. ,We ,It hurts too much'to' wake; ounce. Keeping tabs on expenditures around

0 i presume the Idea Is for the benefit So I no longer,know the pain N-> business man would make Christmas time'may be a tough job.
of women drivers who haves Of frail sweet dreams that such recommendation. The obvious
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Putnam county elected a sheriff even if he did let in on Or then
again it beas as
mania for smacking Into telephone break.. reason given by the Postmaster may easy
a freak election-and the supreme court has ordered the coun poles.-" Kelllher ,(Minn.) Forum. .-T Helen Moore. General for his suggestion Is I pie. If you've a checking account,

ty commissioners to come out of their huddle and show whyhe -- o that his department Is running a your cheek- tubs provide a complete
can't be sheriff. Commenting upon the decisionof :More, mistakes are made deficit of $100,000,000 or more
the supreme court declaring the through IndecUIpn" than through each year, and this Increased postage system in miniature.
a tax law the man who rate MIGHT Moreover a checking is
compulsory Invalid wrong desclston.! 1he, overcome the deficit account a
Starke has a municipal plant in first class condition) since Starke Telegraph says the "fact makes decision! and goes ahead great convenience and a SAFE way

i the installation of the last unit. The consumers, will not get still remain if all property was assessed will, ,Vlap3f.,,times, but at 'It is afrrfgbt to let the politicIans 'of paying bills. A cancelled checkis
on, a fifty percent basis oar that he I.,no worse oft than the make their various recommendations -
the benefit of this additional expenditure until the rever bAIting because nobody takes a a sure receipt.BANK .

system is rebuilt.: government/ spent less money between two opinions. He is nevi' postmaster general seriously any-

r o our taxes would be lees. Green !er sure ,what h* desires to, do. He way. But Jet us consider a few of
Cove Springs Times. 'puts off and put oft the decision the facts STARKEAN
The new book issued by the Florida State'Hotel C/ommls- OF
of big thing la his 11 tn and soon (1)) At 2 cents an ounce on each
sion, "Florida Empire of the1 Sun," is one of the best issuedby The Tarpon Spring Leader says the same policy,J. ,appUi!! : to tt.e first class letter, the government

any state department -Irl recent year!: It-contains' 160 that traffic light In Starke Is the decision of little things. He soon lis already making, profit. HONOR ROLL BANK
one stop In the 215miles, between gets Into a position where halt his (2) The parcel post system has
pages of descriptive matter and. pleasing- half tones, Ajid deals Jacksonville and Tarpon Springs. time U wasted trying to'make adecision. lost, money for Jh. government E.. S. Matthews Pres. $' Davis, CashierPAGE

with the entire state. Jlggs had better look out. Editor Today It is,a necktie to since its Inception, ,and is really; '-


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