Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02623
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 10, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02623
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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: hed JR77 __ .. Subscription or Year, $1.:>0; Six A:mths: 75c-Payable in AdvanceSTAKKK. ; K.: L. Matthews. Editor and Owner
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I Yes' sir And

IN YEARS I to here's prove the that picture the I REMOVED !i STILL 25TH UNSETTLED NEARSTo AS TO I SALARIES

machine age has close or not to close Is still

HITS COUNTY I definitely to nits the go farm.'round come The I land FOR MARKETCVlnfIi8siOflCF and the Christmas shows burning no! question indication rapidly of approaches of the falling dayas COLLECTORSays ; DOWN THE LINE d

around at on any day except Saturday December -

Gels Off Light ti'f the place of Mr. 25. Saturday It the big : ] '
Bradford S and Mrs. L. U. Deed Sheriff Must Levy Aldermen Will Get $23 ,'
day of the week for local stores

H7//I Little Crop ,... Morgan a short Site To Slate Hoard I and several merchants have stated l Against Property If Per Month' -Clerk

t C distance northeast that they will remain open all day
Damage \ Licenses
.1 ,. -- of town. The Monday I Santa Clan and roast turkey not- Unpaid Raised $/0
old gray mule withstanding. Others just as firm-
RVniATOKS AND PIPES. ] has' been given WORK ON NEW SCHOOL ly announce that they will remain JANUAKY 1 Ol AILINEl) !1 POLICE! ALSO S II A R I':

fREEZE MONDAY NIGHT ,I old age assls- MAY START !NKXT, : :MONTH'\ closed\ all day while the mlddle- ANNOUNCED'\ HY KMK.'IITl; iKNKUAL; ; : ROOST '

lance in the form of-the-ioaU boy are advocatingclosing I l
Bittei cold) Monday and Tuesday( of truck a shiny that looks new The last obstan in the way of up at noon. Sorry, butthal'a Tax Collector C A. Knight yesterday Salary mines throughout the

week did little damage In I just as definite ns we can announce! that warrant city administration, amounting to
of this iN r..L odd In realisation of a Humors' market'
Bradford County but the only but harness the for Biadfonl County was removed be. I fur 'business and piofesslonnl' men I! around $1,700 a year, were voted h
reason was! that crops here at this, .. driver Monday when county commissioners ---- who hove not paid the occupation-! by the City Council at Its meeting" ';
lots ot
not ata stage F DISAPPROVES ul license tax which was due Orto-i, here Tuesday night. ,i
tune of year are good In' meeting here deeded the site
her 1, have been sent to him from,
where they are easily harmed by making right I : to the State Marketing Board. The i MEDDLING Biggest increase was In compensation

cold strawberries, which had be- hand turns. Not deed was presented by M. A. h8I1M.the comptroller's.... \ office In Talla-' fo rcouncilmen which

bloom In some fields will Smith, of the Bradford was raised to a flat salary of $25:
gun to many Bradford liquidator SPEAKER: AT ROTARY CLUB '(
I to'
j be set back but by this time most County farms'' County Bank, from whom the SAYS U. S. SHOULD They authorize the sheriff per month. They hud l previouslybeen
levy on real or" personal property! receiving $2 for
,, a meeting
growers are pretty generally have become property was purchased and pro- STAY ALOOF
agreed that It Is better for themto "motoilzed". to vides that the property revert to of the delinquent person who haul I two regular meetings a month.
not paid his license by January 1. The motion for the increase
carried -
dormant here until the the when it to be
be held this' extent, county ceases Professor C. J. Te Belle of the
It Is required of everyone except by a vote of three to two
Plant is
season in the City area as a market. University of Florida Law College retail I
merchants. after It had been made L. A.
practically over. - The for construction by
project providing spoke before the Rotary Club here Mr.
Knight estimated that at
the In of market less than Canova and seconded by W, M.
Tuesday morning: mercury a a Weuhesday sounding a note of
HAPPY CAFETERIA : least half of those supposed to pay
Edwards E. C. Priest also voted .
less official thermometers mile north of Starke Road 13
mote or on warning against American Inter- had

here noso-dived to twenty-one degrees HUNTING GROUND DISCUSSEDAT wns approved in Washington long vention in foreign affairs. Governor already done Fred so.p. Cone, In a In the affirmative. O. L. Bensleyf- I
and W L. Wall to
announced by Jacksonville ago but has been held up by various "I don't care If the European nations recent letter to the tax collector, were opposed

officials( as the coldest weather In i IS THIS WHAT BRADFORD REGULAR MEETING OK) technicalities Involving deeds never pay back the billions urged that a special effort be I the raise.

eight. years. This blow was followed -I I COUNTY WILL P. T. A.TIME CHANGE etc. of dollars borrowed from the Unit- made to collect the taxes or the ,'I The following Increases were

by heavy frost and a slightly I BECOME ? IS MADE Things also look promising for ed States during the World War" county would receive little benefit) also approved: A. L. Alvarez marshal -

higher reading of twenty-four I I I. Before the County Bond Trustees The Parent-Teacher- Association I| Bradford County's other important he said. "As long as they owe us from it. I from $90 to $100. B. J.Supp ,

degrees Wednesday morning. got down to serious business of the Bradford High School met II j I I, iron in the fire--the new elemen- that much money it will be a constant A portion of Cone's letter read: night marshal from $75 to
I tary school building. Supt A. J. reminder to us to mind our $8.1.:\ Melvin McKinney night policeman -
Careless or forgetful people at their meeting here Tuesday in regular session Thursday night ': I' "I am asking you as tax collectorof
business and not become Involved from $60 to $65. Carl
Griffin said this week that he has own -
to find
arose Tuesday morning the of your county to make a special
huntingwas audl-
morning subject December 2, In the school
j hopes that actual construction will i in another world conflict" Johns city clerk, from $60 to $7O.
water pipes and automobile radiators I under discussion. L. A. Wynn, torium !1 effort to get these license taxes '
begin some time next" month. I No believer In the League of Cad Grlffls street cleaning department -
frozen (tae well as their toesif one of the members wanted to now as a grout many people that
Preceding the business meeting Nations Professor Te Selle said from $48 to $60.
they stood around very long I)I know why sportsmen from here the members were entertaind by. ---.- BMM pay this license tax pay no other R- '
that the League had failed miser- -
without building a fire). Even went down! to "the torm of taxes. Matters are In I
a playlet "Flip Flippety Flop'_ SEWING ROOMS ably In the case of Italy vs. Ethi- NEW NUMBER
careful motorists who such
some shape here that
very I f I when deer have been up
I given by a of boys pracucaI-1
hammock"j group young opia and bemoaned the fact that
turned the water out of their cars recently In Bradford I GET O. K. ly every department of
I( and gills from Mrs. J. Roberts'room. SYSTEM
the United States been -
filled them has !Iexc..pt
and then up again government plenty of mony
I I He said that a big buck was | "
at the recent Nine Power
early in the morning found to GREEN BELIEVES PROJECT the general revenue fund:'

their dismay, that the water froze glimpsed: near Lester Kite's place After group singing of severalP. WILL HAVE FUNDS conference In Belgium. As far that pays the. greater portion of I I BRADFORD COUNTY GETS:
I land that It disappeared into a T. A. the business meet- : back ,
even after the sun was up. songs SOON /as George Washington great the state s business." "45" ON AUTO
nearby swamp. Carl Johns city Ing with the president Mrs. E. M. ; statesmen have warned against becoming -- ... TAGS
The usual number of oldtimersvouched I clerk added weight to the story Presidential has been
i Davis presiding opened. Routine approval Involved In "entangling'\

for the fact that there I i by saying that Mat Morgan liv- btifines.s matters and committee I given to the Bradford County Sewing lianas," he sitld. LAWTEY Florida's automobile tags for
was more Ice on ponds In the ,| east of Starke having It learned
reports room project was
ling heard after which
reports were ,
in I I Following the address, L. A. the new year have an entirely" new
Mints+ than they had seen deer his W. E. this week from R. A.
seen a near place. Congressman/:
brief talks concerning the possibilities Gray, president of the In-
"many a year' and a group of member of the board who "Lex" Green. In his the
'I i I Torode i, telegram YOUNG CHOSEN MAYOR IN '
T.I of a school cafeteria were'made that the directors had the county In which the
tirpul l hunters Including Mayor and T.I I I has recently been on an unsuccessful I by Mrs. Edward Burns, and lepresentnllve" said that "final voted to send $10 to the Chlhlrens'Home CLOSE RACE-.-SIXTY-ONE tag is sold. They start with num-
F, Landrum Bill Graham
with hunt in Dixie County said hf'I I Ails. Clennie Hickok county nurse. ;| clearance should come through In Society In Jacksonville Mrs I CAST VOTES | ber one, for Dade County and end
K. M Clane, came home I
the fact that
did not doubt I It was voted that the following a few days. Federal allotment is .1. M. Alvarez made a five minute with sixty-seven for Liberty Coun-
hand from the cold. Ice In ten F. well
split Bradford because it Young known merchant -
are in County meetings: tor tile year would beheld \' $15.671 nnd now awaiting clearance talk In behalf of the ChristmasSeal ty. Each county gets the number >
turpentine cups had not meltedlate evident that had left the I 1 was elected" mayor of Law-
was they in the afternoon instead of atl by comptroller general.! '
sale now in progress. corresponding to Its rating In the
Monday afternoon.So other of the country. tey In the regular" city electionheld )
I night, number
The president affixed his up- ---- --- -- of tags sold during: 1937.
far no official estimate has board members got' Naval Store Tuesday. It was one of the i
When the \ Meeting
-. proval December 3, after the Budget Next: for instance", If
year your
fern made of the damage done to closest races on record with the I
down to regular business they "PREJUDICE" I Bureau had given its o. k. to Representatives of the U. S. winner number Is 45-123 It means that f
the state's citrus and to the receiving thirty votes and
crop and ,
road bridge
,, studied the many the project. The five sewing
Forest Service will hold a meetingat his your tag was bought in Bradford
A, H.
truck in the Everglades sec- opponent, Harley twen '
problems in the county TOPIC AT CLUBi rooms' in Bradford county are still the court house here Mond.IY8Cll'rnoon ty-nine. Mr. Young has County, was the 123rd tag: sold
tlon It was stated that losses toorane previously -,
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in operation, and the new allocution at 2:30: o'clock for thepurpose served several terms and that your cur weighed/ leA i
not be as
growers might HO KILLEDIN mayor.
TWO YERKES TELLS WOMEN ,l| will! permit its continuance of explaining the 1938 O J. Phillips/ re-elected than 3.000 pounds. If It bore the
great If they can get their fruitto I was city
market, Immediately since''' WRECK MEMBERS BROADMINDED TO fur another period of approximately Naval Stores Conservation Program .clerk, C. R. Whitehead was elected letter "D", the car would weigh rt,

oranges! are not harmed by freez- I eight months. ; marshal and M. II, Plummer ; more than 3OOO pounds. ,
ing eaten/ within ten days. ACCIDENT HAPPENS NEAR The Rev. Mr. Fred Yeikes rector J. M. Reddish were picked to serve'I Tax Collector C. A. Knight sold ,

Sixty percent of the cxpolledtrLwbl'I'I'y HERE WHEN MEN of the Episcopal Church spoke' MIXED BANNERS EMBARASSED GIRLSIN on the city council. this week that only around forty '

CHANGE TIRE before the Woman's Club here Sixty-one votes were cost/ In'the I tags have been sold HO far. The
bloom was reportedkilled I' W. T. C. U. PARADE LONG AGOkey
Wednesday afternoon on the sub- | election. colors announced in advance ait '
at Plant where
City growerswere Two men were almost Instantly ject of "Prl judice." He was Intl'oI ___ __._ __ I blue and yellow turned out to be
the of -
on starting carload
\ shipments.verge Tomatoes In the killed at 12:30: o'clock Sunday ,educed I to his audience by Mrs. J. 1: nv 11. K.: LAI jERGIIFNI : soaks had been induced to be Auxiliary To Meet black and yellow or else the l y

I i I morning four miles south of Baldwin M. Darby chairman of the Little H part of the procession and they blackest blue ever seen In these::
section were also. hard when a truck driven by Luke Women committee who had i I Staike. has probably more grotesque also carried banners the legendsof The Ladies' Auxiliary of the parts

.-- Powell struck the parked car of ,(i charge of the program. I happenings to her credit which were not altogether flat- Presbyterian Church will meet I, ___ -- .--.- -

CATTLEMEN Joseph W. New 36 nnd Ralph W. I other of her to the bearers. The Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock at
inYerkes told the club mem- than any place age tering piocession I IUglolllo. Book Club To Meet
E. Thomas 27, both of Vidalia the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
relatedIn halted at restaurant
bus thai as Americans they Beside the many already a on
"TALK SHOP"l'BOBLEMS Ga., bringing death to the two Hhould guard against being prejudiced j these columns, these may be Call street where the celebrants! Mrs. W. A. Stern will' The Book Club will meet Tuesday -

DISCUSSED AT while they were changing a tire against_ other countries and added: partook of coffee and sandwiches. have charge of the program and night( at 7:30: o'clock at theA'ft '
beside the highway. Thomas' wife I Mrs W. A. Bonham will lead the home .of Judge ami 4 Mrs. A. Z. AAdklne.
A citizen got on a
MEETING HERE as Christians they should guard ; prominent The banners bad been left outside -,
was standing nearby when the devotion and conduct the Bible jug occasionally. One Wednesday \ The two sots
LAST WEEK against being prejudiced against j I quickly gulped
accident occurred.The I j I \\tir.\ review "Remember The s
tragic when he under" "the Day" by
ether religions., He said that generally evening was I down their refreshments and were' "
d.rnhers of the Bradford-Unlon truck driver whose home speaking prejudice and ig- influent," his feet toddled him i the first to 'eave. Neither one of Kenneth" Horan and Mrs. Morgan

Cattlemen's Association enjoyed is in Waverly Va., was arrested nnrtince go hand in hand and de- [ into a church where prayer meeting 'them could read the Inscriptions Enlarging {Warehouse Darby will give the highlights. of I'

a very entertaining time at the 1 and is being held In the Duval fined prejudice as "to jud;:e be- was going on. With all the J''on the banners and each quickly f..f. Olt'en. proprietor of Green's "The Devil and Daniel Webster," r

Kular monthly meeting at the County jail on the technical charge toie" or "to puss sentence" without | solemnity of one who had looked grabbed the nearest one. The procession I Store, is at "present having the by Stephen Vincent Hvnct, All

Court( House Friday nightfl December of manslaughter, according to Du evidence l Il\t the wine when! It was ,red he I' reformed, but somehow warehouse In back of his store at those Interested In good literature

3.County. val County Roaxl Patrolman C. A. stalked: up the aisle and took a viewed I I Walnut and Tenth Streets" enlarged lie urged to attend. a
The meeting'\ was called. to orderat it was not with the respect '
Agent T. K. McClanc Alexander. 'i 3:30: o'clock by the President. ''sent In front. The minister not i| it should InaphelornI'; of the l and Is also providing' shelter -

J''. delivered an interesting dlsussilln New a produce salesman and Mrs D. P. Carpenter. After rou- suspecting the condition of the vls- j i spectators laughed outright. for his service station. When completed ONLY 12

of "black-leg" which Is Mr. and Mrs. Thomas! were travelIng tine matters were diocusscd Mrs. |1 Illor, expressed his pleasure over (why ? the warehouse will have I "
an had tire the latter' coming'\, and so earnestly twice Its present SHOPPING"DAYS
acute infestation disease of south when they L. A, Davis gave a report of the Oh just because the besotted capacity.
wttle The truck going north implored' him to favor the ..- -. -
which has occured few trouble.
a Jacksonville
sectional meeting held In ones had grabbed the wrong ban-
time in Bradford County apparently sideswiped the parki ', last month to which she was I,''congregation with an address, till j ners and without looking the Knight Assistu In Case

Other Interesting, discussions I]i I car Tind killed\ the two men as IIP official delegate. 'Mrs. E. K. tithe,,'I invitee delivered, reluctantly himself arose' and girls had taken those left. Thus Col.! D. 10:. Knight was In Gainesville II)
were the they stood near or in front of their delegate to the Brad- thus I of the "horrible "
provision of the no- Penynian one examples, the first of this week assist .
fnie law; why the'dairymen want,, automobile. The bodies were takento lord-Union Federation held in "The wind bloweth where it :with a tobacco-stained mug surrounded ing In the prosecution of Marlin q

a no-fence the DeWitt C. Jones funeral Lake Butler recently also llsteth and thou heareth her 1 bristles Walker
law;f winter feeding of gave by russet proclaimed on a second degree murder cr"
the bieedmg. herd;; and many other home and were removed to Vidalia her account of the meeting. I I I voice but thou dontest know I "The lips that touch charge In connection with the ,

InteresUngtoplu.. Sunday afternoon for funeral and Mrs. J. H. Benson, chairman of |i'I" whence she cometh nor liquor shall never touch mine" robbery-slaying of Mrs. Annice

All present expressed satisfaction burial.! | music, presented the three following when' the dickens she gocth. while the other one averred that Roberts at her home at Bell onIal'ch
It be.Am..n. .
date for the Inquest has yet : Mrumph. So mote 'Rum sweetness
at having gone over these Im- No musical' numbers: destroys beauty 12. A mis-trial resulted at
' been set according to Patrolman Tableau.Jeff and let us banish It from Walker's first trial the
i rt.mt thoughts. The association Violin number-.by four members | puilty; Jury being
went on Alexander. the eal th." One girl nearly fainted unable to agree on a verdict. Defense
record as being 100 perCent I of the Strawberry String
in favo- -.- the I I J. Johns had a fast trotter. I when she discovered that her ban- attorneys asked that the second -
of at
allowing hunters Band accompanied piano |
to kill. out fever tick Infeated deer Plan Special ServicesThe 1 by Mr*. Clifton Brown. i One Sunday forenoon' he drove up I I ner stated that "My face was once trial be delayed, but Judge H. u
of the
the I Madison street got; out bug- :fair and clean; now It Is repul- L. Srbrtng denied their plea
state LittleStranger"
j" and when eradication Church is Vocal numbers- -"Dear
Presbyterian hitched the horse at De-
t I' gy and sive; Demon Rum did it" An- I TILL CHRISTMAS
completed, to re-stock these for Its annual and "Now The Day Is
making plans 'Witt Jones' corner, Along camea
other threw down her bannerIn
areas with tick free deer Christmas Candlelight Servicewhich Ended" by members of the Little northbound freight train on the girl Gas Tax RulingTALLAHASSEE.
horror when she found thatIt
-.- -- will be given' under the direction Women's Club accompanied at the nearby. track which so frightened read "Is. my face good for u Circuit t I 1937 December 1937 r '

Parley Wiley Dies of Mrs. Walter J. Baker piano by Mrs. Clifton Brown. the unlrnal tilt be broke loose. But drink ?" Judge J. II. Johnson has declinedto

Parley I and Miss Evelyn Stump. It will beheld During the social hour the hostesses instead of running from the object < modify a recent Injunction prohibiting DIIIITWT"_ .

Wiley. 50 a life-long rcsl1" l at the Vesper hour. 5:30: Mrs. D. E. Knight. Mis." that caused his fright the Comptroller J. M. Lee

f-f Starke and BradfordBounty o'clock Sunday afternoon. Dec. 19. J. C. Booker, Mrs. P. D. Fancher, horse. run toward the train collided Near the northern corporationline from paying gasoline tax money 234 J'

died ,In his home on the Dr. Robert" T Caldwell pastor Mrs L. F. Chapman, Mrs. J. G. / with It and was killed, of Staike stand two frame to counties under terms of special 5b789I011, ,

edge of Starke Monday will speak Sunday morning on the Godwin and Mrs. J. C. Wallace dwellings a short distance apart laws, He signed orders allowingGadsden Iff

fining after an attack of pneu- subject of "Moses at the Forks ) nerved delicious refreshments to During the early years of this A young woman, living In one of and Harder counties to'have 12 13 14 lt hltt8

f r I.r tea' He had been In poor health of the Road." a continuation of those members present.. century the temperance people did them was visiting with the family their tax money paid to the -t!19 20122Z37425:

.' years prior to his death. last Sunday's subject. Miss Eve- | -.- all they could to run the saloons living In the other. A negro came State Board of Administration for
uneral T? '
'" services were held TuesdaY lyn Stump will give a vocal uolo. ; CorrectionThe out of Starke. Once they staged and knocked< at the door; his er bond purposes This. method of 2.J! ,39130': !? I

( the New Hope Baptist The Christian Endeavor meets driver of the Ford pick-ups j a big rally In which some of the rand was only to ask where a handling the money Is authorized s
nujch In Theressa. with the Rev. at 5:30: | lived. But the the 1931
L. ( each Sunday afternoon mentioned In connection with the city s handsome girls took part certain person by gasoline law. 1r |
.'r f' Hemingway officiating. In- o'clock. Miss! Jean Davis Is pres- unusual triple accident on the carrying banners with appropriate man a appearance so frightenedthe ,. .- I START nl""ISG :.o\\ .\M k
cemetery was. In the New Hope ident. ,I Keystone highway In last week's i devices. To further Increase the young woman till she precipitately The present site of the Great r.vrito.MKm. IlntE l lrr
at non. The Boree Fun- .. buck home and fell Desert of Gobi
(n\ Harold Griff. not effectiveness of the measure a run was once a fertile

.ome had charge of arrangements j' Chinese than Is any spoken other by language.more per'sons IA I paper Grlffls.was Arnold i couple of dyed-in-the-wool whls- : dead ,upon entering the house. wooded country i TOWN STIr: v. 't


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"\ -: OK ttiH OK TXI.KT1KM .l'-I of S\Vll of Section C1 TpII /, 19a.T, mid repienent taxeH, for the I[i hand. 1''am'l. II. LecrKett and -- 0'1.KIITifr'MWKH .KHIIKICATKH.Nnllie more or I KH.oniHt
< '.1TKHNotlin 1-- S U 21 K, (.onlamlnB 4.0At'l yearn lf>3? to 1017, both 1..1.1. -Ir., John li. 1.III.t Not lie heiohy, Itlven that Cl \Xllarrv hxivby Klven I that II <' 1h tllXOH to I." ,!,,
IH heiehv Riven that W IIMiixwill "'H, mole" or I.HH. nmountlnir. to 116579. 10Ch'.h..1 __ I hlH wife, .: IHIH.tiled with me wiitttn llleHt ... Holtxiindoif, IIIIH nlud with ni written I ; by certlncttt M NOR HI -
hiiK Mind with me wrltterrequcHt The taxeH, to be Hold aie evidencedby Said Tax, fertllliatpH ( ""IO.ldy. .Ir., and, 1..I..ndy.hi. ,. < that Ihe tHX ,c. tlrti'JtteH toKether lequeHt I"tint I the tux certlflcatmtogether 1919 and lass ii u
that 'the tax certlllcateM toKvthor rertlntati-H N'.H. 185 and 144 of ulth all HubneriuiMit omitted or wlf., Xv, C 'O".., Hairy | with HuUneiiueiil," omll"d with u I II I .uh"'llont reKent taxoV
utth MtittHpqueut orlt.d 19.10 and 19 IS r..I..elv"ly. and leprent'nt led tux.. will be Mold to the I"v-I Clark nndor, Ii K. 1II'k. LoulBn or levied al held hy tho b. omitted or I"vl.. tiixvN by Ib. 1918 to ISlTTboth"1
ir levied .11. h'I. by the N.I. the : : Ihe > eam I blddi-r. HI the. four Hoiine .. Wolff; MaimlnK >V. Orl"I.; Curn.l. ndvertlHed and. Hold to th.. hlKhenlhiddiir Stato .. mid Hold to thithlKTheHt nif to 12 ii8.
advurtlHi'd anil, .ohl to Ihn I 11121 lo 1917 both IntltlHlve: amounlIOH Ktarke, Kloi Ida, on the l.h day ofI H. iirlfflH' Individually and a. for iiiHli IIH provlduil by bidder fi>r CUHI| RM piovldwd Hald tax ti'iiin, ,,,
bidder fol. HHh hllh..t ,, |A07 KOALsCi I iJeoember 1937 at I!:OO ... M I iiilnlnli' .Ix ol' entute t lloUHe. Kill J'ld of Urn 1B37 ULtl ot : Loin 1-2-9-4 or Krac'lSi'ftloii I Dated thin the 201 h day of NoemI I W tlrlfflH. dnreaned J. II the upon 1'3 ut th. I.eKiHliiture. upon the tol.w. tHXCM Will III. Hllld I
the IjfRlHlntui,.e, upon 'the f.l.wlnl I 35 'lp US. U 2 i;. lontftlnliiHT I I her A. I' 1917OKKICI Kllllh. hlH wife A. A, Klltchnnd "",'L.tl.lotu'e. "' In .. h.IOwlnl ing dene! Ihed lenl eniatu der at tln Cuuiihon
'ili>Hiilbid' lenl estate II ( 240 u< reH, 01 I... ( XL SIJ.XL) 1 Piitrli his wi.. JohnIleiiHon of Ilinilioiil.. 11 1' Klorldu, .o-wi) County, of 11.tOld. Ktnte' of Kloi"* Inn 17th du> ,
nf Hliiilfuld, Slate 1.10.,Ida, to. 'Ille taxen to be Hold are evident .ilbv I I A. J. 11IOXIAS, untl l.n..ou. wife.II 10 Airen I'al.of. Ky hi Ild' (.o-wlt: at 11.00 o'tlo.k \
nit : <'erllllrutPH NOH 186 and 145 of i f .k of .'Ir.ul fourt oft 1'.lhall' and Ureen- Kot 1 Ai All W".t Ntj of 1'OlH' t Ac 1 HXV ? : : I t
IMO anil 19J& I : II vel I and lepleHMiu Itiadford, '. Klurlda. K. XV Tuttle, JlenJnniln 10 S Hide., Het'.
SWi, of NK'i of S .ill.. JO Tp. enpei > l'.ln.> b.um. hi. of Set-. I 18 'III. 7 S ItU i':.. l'"IIlalulnAT exi ept A'e. on 1U37itppiciA
7 H K. 22 U., i'ontallllllH- 'the unpaid taxeH for thevetiin 11-.0-31-12-10 j Septlmun llrlKKH and Ai-l-en. more or luxaThe I 111 '1'. a H. It.. 22 K., "00..1"101 ( sniA.
I'r.'.., mole ol. ,leHHThe 19J9' .. III 17 botll Illu..h.. -- ItilKKH, hin wife. I"h..r. ThomnonHeHelton taxeH(to he Hold uro .vld..1..1 70 AtleH' inoi ur It-HH. .
laxeif I bt> Holil ale e\'ld.lc.,1I I iimuiintlnR' : ,. $30.79. ,, NOIKKOKPPI.K'VTIO\ unil ",.n. hit leitllltateH N.M. 69 and !' I 1'h. taxeH 'lo liO Hold' HIM" eV lilt.'llt'eilliy TllllM"elk
I I'! 1 bv ...III..R...:. 4t'2 nf 1 036 "I"C' ALSO: Lot 1 of N ;' KOIt T\\ !.:iiISrnnle > wife, II. L. I 1.\111 ami' lleulah It.IxiwlinK. hy lulj: 'and 1UU ii-Hpei'tlvely, and lr|1"- i.tn..1.ate, ;. <87 "nf I IK14 1..1...- 'j. .
& U 8 Klael Hill 1)11) hln : Lulu M l.anifley ]
tiixeH for thuIUIH Lnt 7. or K"/j foi lh ta\iH '
, t U".ly. In.1 iDHent tin-puld tuxeH yuuitI'Ul leptenent 12-0 3t
I > 13 tu.pr..I 111.17.: bolll IncluBiM'., I 113'. Seillou" 36 Tp. 6 H. H U I I :11ll''J IS IIKUUHY (UVKN, That A, P Clfiik.: K H.I Vanhuinuand 1117.: lioth' linliiHlve; i ainonntIIIK 11H1 ,. 1" :'I7. Illlth IllllllHlVH, 1Z-17
to $J4 H2. iiontalnliiK' 120 Alien, more or Irlcl., holder, of lax, Certificate Xanbulell, hlH wife, f.II 1"\.1)- .u 'd7.U.
: tu I1J52IAIHC
" am.uollol I..: :'| of NK L"NH Kyrlicht 1.c.l. 2n.!,, day ofSeptember ,. 'lll.eiH: !mid .I Itlvein, hlnivvue ): tux t-ei.Illltaten tnietlier, with
' Votthfif Tin, taxeH be Hold ate evident-oil A. name sam itnCuj.ll Ends
tifiiv leHH 1 A 1".1". .rat"' I Oinlltld til J-t'V led Aching
. ., Kv Ar .t ot: .ev' 1'llblli* 1 by cttltillt ateH NOH. 30-43 of U7 Iud I In my office and haM made application I'epaitlnent Stole" \ IIKteven I J Aili-H In Si: for. of Lot II A I 'IIIXPH, will h"'I"u he Holt) lo hltfheHt.. blil-
Uoad Set.I 30 Tp, 7 K K. tit 1 I't"' of 1930 and 193 reHpeitlvely,, ,' for a tax deed to be tHHUedthereon doinir bunlneHH I IIH feyloiia 1-3 A III SW foi nf Lot. 12 H"c. I ,. nt the ,'"u.h.u., "door ill N'k.,
'j", ; ,I 1.111'tolllillnlnK-.Iul AIIC-H, mole I mill 'leplenont, the unpaid' taxeH folIhe Said cenlfltate' embraceHthe Company, f ei'II Untune, anil' 7 '1". 7 S. It. .0. K, (.,,.Inlnl 1.1. the 17th' day of .Pei-emlier, 1937 Sore Muscle!
1117' bnth described In Leila, KltfllHe hln wi" HeHter lo 2 At ,ren, mol ol, leHH'lh .n
" ''I ol h.HH. Jtarn 1929! hl'I"H' folowlog property at 11 :00 o'"k A. Mfluted F i__... i
' 1 h taxeH tn be Hold aiu evidenced h.... atnountlliR ,. '13He. Ihe .f liradford, btate of 1 homiiH, M U. \.ln'I, MIH. luesI'ollatil taxeH to he Hold aie, evidenced IhlH 27th tiny lit .November, "'"'
i'' liv leltllliatu. No. 4 j and lepreneut' taxen for thuyeuiH : A ,li U Hide of .SWi'., of .SVVi,, 01 .. Quarter of NorthwentQuarter X M 1. Ivev: Isabel II 1 >eeannd I 111.12 and Ilil4 leHppitlveiv and lepit'Hvnl I'OFFIC'I. HKAI.)
, l'ill': both InclUHlve, Lot 4-5 .IIH, n. Krao N.cUol of 15 Township i:. II. I..IK. her 'hilHhalidl; '1. Jl.Xlaikn unpaid Inxen for th. yemKID
: .$1137.. J Tp. 7 .. 11 21 I', fontalnliiKJ10 7 South. Ianl"I..I.n Kant con F. M UeeH, 1. F. LIpHcomband :II .. 1UJ7. both. h.h'.h.' ainountIntr I A. J. TIOf.\I.
an"'UIII" 1-ertini.ateH. nlth An'en, muit, 01 leHH.The tnlnlnK' 40 .. mol'or leH 1 1.lp""b. hl wife: Xvnadii to IM 67Snid f h rk .f 'lr'll fouit ofIhudfuid
All HubHeiUent| nlltteil t..I..1'"'lvdtuxen tuxeH to be Hold aro .vh.n..d The anneHnment Ihe Hald prop N. 1.Ild' n 1.11. herhuHbaml tax, I'eitlfltateH toKether with l""n.y, Flui ldi12.I "
bv Hold. .. the htffhPHtblddet bv. tiltlllrateH NOH. .4J-4 I .f 112 I.d >rt>- under the mid certificate I In- I : .I"hl I."al"" (1..1", all HiihHeiiutnl oi LeviedtaxeH Ut 13-17
wil the 1 CouithtuHu door In IJ-4J ol 147 of 1131! and 1935 .,- Hued V\IIH In the name' of Mra. K. 1} and _. l.h.m. hlM wlf., 1"1 1 1C' will ...Imll.1 thi hiirhoHthldder CAKPBNTEKH.OTIfEK .
Clarke on, the 17th, day; of I'i'cemnt'r, I !11".ly. and lepii'Hent the unpaid DeeH.ITnlt'HH. I 1 l.nn anil Lane, hln wlf., at tho"ftuirthotiHH door Instarki "0'1. i.: OK. s\in. OKr \\
.!117.: at II :00 o.t.lot.k A. Mli.ititl I taxiH foi the jeaiH 111 "I! to 19J7 bothImltiKlte. nald ceitlfloate' I shall I he ledeenied 1 1I .1. "H. l.eiiiuiii and, __ Li-moie. on tho 17th day of n"clmber. < Kit I. IK It .t TKNNotlie DKl O STOKKSatcn
.thin the 2tlth day of Noveml.i l"n""I"1 ,2f'273. itcioiilinK to law. the property wifi., Chan. ItohrrtH and -_ hl"l, 1D17, at II :00 orloik A IH hei i.oy KIVOII that MrHiva .
.,i-. 1917 .\1.111; 1.1\ of S. A. I- deHttlhed .therein will be ertn. hin wl(,.. J, C. Idl. andoi' Hatuil thla tha 27th day of N'ovumhei I: L. Fernundex IHIH II"dlh m..
CO"'I', 'IA I. II' ,\ 1.1 .Nik, uf t iLol I. .. the hlKhcnt bidder at the ..01"1 f. Kddvttnd IMIe and,oi I ,.. 1 1917: wrll'l reiiueHt, that III-
A .1. TIKI.MAS.' M:1' i Nii.4 of SVVVt Ac S'T' hnune door on the first Monday In 1,1.1)', hlH wife T, XX'. 1'lltH anil "I'' together with al HiihHi.fjuelitoniilled :
nf *. S\\'' which hlH wife. S Heat-ley A I levied held hv YpU
of NWn IJ'j N\V of the nf Januaiy 1938 : or thaStale ,
I l.ludfold lei:' k of C;!:; -,':..I."d; :: .. A l.otH. ., J "I NWlA LolM 1 01I'lat IH 11".h. : dav of Janunrv, 1938Imted 1 1II. I II and 111.IVu-l.'y.: .I.wife, II. .tllatknev flerk of I'In u It 41, orIlllrl(1 bu adveillHiid'. and.. Hold to the

12.:13..12.17: : I V\ lj M';',., Ivlll* N At \\ thin 10th d.tv of November, : XM I llniknev, MrH. Msiyllopktnn. ( (I"u'y. 11.rldl. hlitheHt blildel for tiiHh UH piovldedbv
of: Coinella SI AifordlnK to I I II Muc Mrltae. and .- Alt 12-l! at 12.1"OT' MOIIHH Hill .116 of the 1937 net* ,

NO IK' OP \ I.K: OK TX\ Pint of Sanipnon City l.xcililLi I W Ij'JUI. snxr.) Kite, hlH wife:the "nklowl heliH, of Ihe Lt'KlHhiture. upnn .Ihe f.l.w.
1' .XTi: I >tH Sold, Settlon:: 4 Tp 7 S ii.Jl THOMAS, ilevtHeen, leifiiteen ol tlainiantn ( B OK 'PPI.U''IO'FOlt IIINT "",'rl,1 leni! eHlata' Help Ihrtn Cln>n-p lofllarmfulhoilT
':1'1'1' I of f In ult t of undei, \ J (liiffln, TAX l>Kfri ,' ?
Votlte' Klveu that XV.H I n, tontalnlutf I I9ri A"u. mole i\.fi I'onl ellln'I"O \ County .f Stala of FlorJila. -
Smith ha tiled heiehy vvltll me III' ll'HHIhe I: : ",' fount> 'lo"ld.. .I (..... .h..lnll.w" heilH, deviHI r..nt. Hill 'c.C11XKN'l .> That to-wlf: < ',. a,
IS lliuKIIY ,
riniutHt thnt.the tax "" ,'w"I..n'l' taxeH lo tin Hold eIdt lit'edbv \-II.6'-1-17! I I H, liKtilecH ., ,' claimnntHrlalmlnK I. XOTICJ. Slrliklantl.' holdel. of Tax, All NXV', of ST.'i' I of fall 11. Your klilncyi arn cuiniaiilv
: S"o' I .I ililffln, if llvIIIK .I. m.H.r Irom l he blund .
.' unitey : Kxtept 1 Aile, III 105 : r.
Kether with HlihHettlient nmll..I' ifl" lllli I utt-H NOH. llll and.M40 I N',1
the 2nd
IHHiied duyof .
( ertllliHIe No. 4,
.I 1 and I if iilthei, or any of Haiti 4 1) ft, Set-Ill.ii, Tp 0 M. U. i iI kidney..om.l.mni'.KIn IIHI
or, levltd held hv the .: of UH of 1910 and 193u lenpeillvel "" ( K: .. XIMM.Iffl 1OKoit \ 11 Septembet. A II. 1)35. han HiedHaute I ol met u N.lur. mi.n M flve
ftdvert I iHtid Hold' to the hlglleHthldder '>, and, lepienelit the unpaidIIIXIH i I t \ i>iiiXennle > <.fiiulHtltH uie" then In my and han ap I Impuritlr* that, il
f. :,,il.l h |il ovlded hvllouHe I foi .lilt* vtalH 1929! to 1917 bol liIntlunive ( Mill \o. Ill ItNr I It Ihe unknown. helin, d\'I.e. for, "IT.. deed to lu.l.lie tumied The taxeH ,. he Hold at H evidenced i i u mettlni
Illll .11)*) of th. 11)17) at"t" of amount JiinT to $J9J.14Al.Mi TH K IS IIIJHHUV 01'rhat (cinnteeH, 1 othii ..Inol.. rlaimIIIK plcatol Saltl I.teitlflcate ,| ly leltltltati'H 3J4 and 361 of
the 1"'MI.h..ur.. upon' the f.lowllM illkH A-ll-f.l-2-J.4-D I A i f. A. "irlffli, holder, of 2-3 of TuxCerllfitulo : undei .1111. all any ol .,.hliefendinlH I the.h.r"oo ."hr.cp..> ,1911 and, 1914 r..p.elv.ly.: and rtp*
.111. ... in eUII'Y LotM 17-IM.19-20! Ar Lotn !IAMIII I .\. No. 42. iHHiied. Ihe .Hrd, "I""I itlt'allv nami d In the rliowlod..rlb'd pr"p.r.Stotu oflloilda. tenent unpaid ,, the year*
B'.H.'I' I"I. of 1"ln'hl., .n\'I: AI2VI1l4Al5Al A- of dav' of 'XuKunt. 1> 1931. ha filed Ibov.. parnHTiaph.. an mav be tleadtt, .o.y. In-vvlt.. :Irl.fv.d. 11910 lo 1917, both Inclunlve, amount* up nlitbi., i Hlm, '
KS, of ;\ .f AE Ilk t .: All Hlk 7 hJxtept' LotH. I I HII, mil In niv office and ha made ap* .11. of liiinu 'thin hill of South Half, of SouthweHt C.ualter '- IIIK to .mo ooI '
of NXVl" of IW' of Set.tlon liTp > V-1U-JI I Ar LotH 1-2-4 of plii Hlltni foi a tax deed to be inntiedtheicnn cn"-I of SotilhetiHt Qutllter of boc* I Suld tax tvrllfli'aten toKvther, with nxMy >nii Ion of p.p inj |
II H. It. ;uHt. lonlalnliiK'lu Ilk 8 Ac LotHJ4 of Ilk I 0 & S.tld eel:tlflcate\ .embraces I 111 the Kcv.rul and lenpettlve tlon 2 Tovvnnhlp 6 South. Kanne all HUliHeiiuent. omitted or, LevletltaxeH Other Hint ol kiilimy or bl ,wOT"i 1nlr
: Atren. mole' ol leHThe 2of lllk 10 & a- I. the follow IIIK dent rlhed pi opel, ty in hnndH or vvlven t.f ull the natuialptiHonH 20 Kant 2" An ex, will ho Hold .the hlfrhent bidder may be Durniii .c.my orujl
taxeH lo I,.Hold aie, evident.edby of Ilk II At LotH U / 4 ut Ilk ,the County of HladfoI. State ofKlorld.i. hoieln nuniiil IIH liefendintnto mole or ...nlnlnA at the CourthoiiHe door In SUirkDoil Irvnutnt urinfttlon. I
leitliliateH. .NOHi of. MS I and I i 2 Ai 4 of 1 & I.. I to-wlt: 'bl. 1.11. and the tinmen of whomHeveiall The anheHHiiient I. tif the HII Id p'op.| the 17th dav of 1.11.1. 19.7 Th m hiiulilbelioili.ubtth |
44 of 117 of Iii III and 19.6 i epe. <.tlvelv 2-4-0-S-10-1S of lllk Al LotH South went Quarter of NoithvvrHtQumter Ind 1..1..1'.1) aie ex11 eitv under the miid fel.t iticittv ,IH* nt II :00 o'flot A. IfMtraunt D Ii wlwr than n lKt li.1
and lepieHetit the nnpiild taxeHfol l-2-4- -h-t-IO-ll-l.! of lllk .Ac Ac Noitheant Quarter orS.hw..1 pi an hei,... .,' Himd' VVBH In the nam of Flank l'.et thin 27th day of o\.ml"r. n frleaite i Pilli lor W-un liave bnn Vu
: ,
Ihe Jems I'lJI lo 1937 hoth InlliiHlve All Ilk III &LotH ..2..5.t oflllk Qu..r of Section 15 Iw"lno.d. unknown to t'talntllY, StelnerL'nliHH. Th.y ew have more than lorty
amounting to $41.S4AISO Ai l.l.. Ilk TnnnKhlp 7 South llange 22 any untl all unknown perHonn I (OFFICIAL HKLA. > Are rvmrnmended natlon-wulii RDUU.UDO.
: MII of HKIIKXV' ; KxteptI. I H t.. At I e 'In Ltunel of Knit. contaluliiK 80 Atren, more who ,11 any entate. rlKht. tltln olInteroHt Hald certllliate Nhli be re- J. THOMAS.Clelk country over. A.t by iratuful p pl u I I
/, of NKV4 ofHF. II;"I. SU, of lt Foul th St. (or I ot 11> AcLotn or I... In and to the landt hurelnnfter d.'m.1' "ee"I,1 to .h. piop- of ofIlradfoid .r nn |

:", Kxtept .NW ... of ,". o 2-4-Ti-H of Ilk 19 & Loin The anneHHineiit of the said proper <" ",'rll.d. oi,' any. pint, 'h.r.or. ., 'rlh,1 ''h'r.ln will Hold I 'In'ul'lo".t, ,'Ida.
HK1, antl 1'xceut, .NW", -3-5-8 nf lllk 20 All IllkH 26- ty under the Hald certlflcaltM innuetl either I' dev Ineen, ffrailteeH.or the hlKhi'Hl bidder at th. court I2-.I: at DtfAN'SPlLLSiA
of HK'of Section III Tp. B S. 1C JH-.IO-J1-JJ-3J-34-JJ-3G-.17-JH- wan In the name of MrH. K. It. DeeH.Unlenn other dll"lo.. uniler,. any of the houne door on tha ftrnt Mondav In 1-1
21 K, tontalnlnR HO Art en, mole" Ac All Ilk 43 S of S. A K lly 111 Bald certificate nhall be le- alov. ""mfd 1.r.,< or leHHThe .. 4 Tp 7 the 3rd day of Jall.'Y. I93S.
Ily. !'cllu. deemed accoidlnK to law, the property .f .h.. .
tuxeH to be Hold are ", Hated thin UOtli day ." .K'.f.'TtM
'Id".o. 5 K 21 tleHcrlbnd therein I will aoldlo TCI the (oll.w",1 named roipouttloiiH ) Notice olv.n thnt \V TXX'eekH .
ed hv lei lltli'iiteH NOH. tt of Ind '. taxeH be Hold ale the bidder at the court : I'unlnHiil.t 1:7. IIUH 'tiled written' mil'ii'Ht -
", of I 119 of IDJO und 1934 ruHpettlvuIv by 'h.iert i Ill-ate.. N.. 194 "vl..I..d hotine d.hllh..t" the fiist Monday In Hallway ('I'ld.'onpln>l'.r.1; The Floi Idallnllioad fW"\'I"I. SKAL1A. ) that the tux CPI tlllratex to* Three Days1 Cough

\ and leprenent the unpaid taxeHfor 111 JO and 1935 and repiwHent .h. month nf .TaluR"Y." 1938 which Company. Woodward J. TIOIAH. nether with al HllhHettlent| omitted
r".p.tv.ly. .
, Ihe yealH 19J9 to 1D37 both In* I IH the l 193H.Pated fkrk fouit, ofKradfoirt levied held hv the state btt.iidveitlMd
Ihe Inpald the > eum 3i day o January. XVlKht & Company' Lid XV. f FOHlel or ..
ch..lv. a inotinlillfc* to |I3.52ALSO 1929 to 19J7 both InUunlve, aniouutInv thin, 10th, da>' of u".mb.r. ,. fompan} ; II. Mol'onnelH AE fnm I fount>', Floi, .'Id.iK old Hold to the hlithentbidder Is Your Danger SignaIo
NW of KKlx of Section .
i to JI.101.JSMMi 1917 pan>': The Alfied II. Sax dumber -;- foi' IIH ""ovld"t byllollHf
i 17 TownHhlp .t K. K. 21 K. tolltaiuiiiK .' lu (OFFICIAL SEAL) fompany, CX .1. tlilffln A Cump..IY Mill :'IU6 Of th* Of r.iattor how many meUidnTCV
: Cfnler of (1 S.A. I .
r 40 .., e. more or leHH. V. .m.tiatk" Mile A J. THOMAS, J. f. I'enney-tlw Inn foi poration.Aniellran I 'u.r. OK HXI.H OK T\\ the LeKlHhtlui e, upon the followlnK'iloHrrihed I'W t.lcd for yaur coujh. chc.coM.
The taxeH he Hold ale' evidenced ) 01.1. "Clelk of ,'h'cull ofIliailfold ..1RTI..C.T.MS" leal enluta In the
,'Irulttli al fhemiialfompany
hv i ei t Ifli ateH, NOH. 1S.2 and 1.1 tif 1'.1 ked 244 ,,on 1 I fount}fOl.t, (,'Ida. ; XX AKI-, ll. SealH At foinpnnv, I .. hei,-ebv given that M F. State. of Floi 'COII.Y". to- or bronchHl Irrltat Inn,xoii ciiget
6 41 tiom ""I.tkrun i I': J"/lf"d. '
" anil and onHitlcl lelief ]
1930 11.I5: 1'.I'.lv..ly. lep* 11-10-51-12-17 The. |)ollarSavinKH nan with me written\ : now with Creomul lot
hanklnir rtn porallon II.c
K tin.'k 127 fl to ofben .\'II"ln. I.r
( renent. the unpaid fol thueurn I > a I'l -- - I IlanlK. a lorporatlon.; ItanKof .' lhal .h. ." certlncaleH toKether I I.1' In NXV ('or.f H' of NKt: Bertntis troublo may b brcwin*; ani
Inenie S 827 ftV 7H4 ft XitU
} 192"! ,. 1917: bolh ImluMve I \orui: I I I with omitted NXX'l of llxcepl
1-J It to S A. K lly rlKht of 1 \.PLU'"I'IO" London I li KKKTINU Il HUhHitjuent ( NPfn < SI'I. you cannot afford to take a chanr
umoiinilnic 'lo l frOK or levied 'a" held by the headvirtiNid Cor. H
1 Si: JU
. AI.SU: fl 5 I \\liy j Tllente' 71! dtffieeH, U oil < enale. 1.t. IU.ltN'OTK I II You and f>ath of 'Ol aie" heielivnotllled and Hold to the N.II.hiKhentblddel I, I1' i,:.. 1.. h'1'Tp. with any remedy loss potent thuCroomulblon
Haiti III,111 of : fl Theme IIAlexandfl I. ..n..lnlnj which lit
JB7 ,
() that the r'lainlill.t L t BOIM r \m
fi'm 01 TNi:*, At sn't of NXX'I., IJ is IIKltlMfi 11 IX KV, ThutUnbelt f'J' raxh IIH piovlded bv llouneIllll or leHHI .
, ICxii.pi SXX '., of SI1.,* of NXXI:., 4 .' ft ,. 1'1 lii'K.12 .\.. Settltill i I K .Mai', holder nf Tax Cel"- I ', hiiH nied hiH .11 of com* I I ant 6) nf Ihe 1917 aclH of the I.i'HiHlaltili. I 'Ihe I'..t txeH be Hold are evltlencitlby the wot of the trotible nnd ni'ls nil

ttT.'rj of Nr. :' of KV\l/t At S'j ofHXV I 4 Tp;. ? /.rl"I"'I." : : : i' tllliuto No. 274 Innued the 2nd dav plaint'In the flu" ult 01" of Itiatl- upon 'the tuUuwlnl iltHLiiUed ,...II.'H..... NOH. tiMti uI.1 lu&O nfl'0 ture to soothe nnd lieal tlio i i"i'irmttcojs
Inif I 12 '
XX of SXX SlU at 1 ,f S X. ]> I9J5. IIHM filedHanie : ford '" Floi Ida. uvainHt you reul estate In of '
H 'j 14 ofSee. ( < pteml.' I. 11..d. 1".1 ) i und replenent membranes end to loo
l .I 1113
taxed be .I "I""I..ly.
Jl Tp. U H 21 f:. tonlalllInil I 'h. ..1111..evldemedhv in my offli'e and han mid. ap-1 and euth of vou an. Pefendaul n loid. Slate Ida. towlt.M I" for 1921* toi17. the
and expel gcrm-l.tden plilc
I. : .
KM lilli aten NOH and 155 oftli the of tax, Hale : : t
HeekhiK '
I deed r..I.Hn' ". of tlon 10 .
to : TpU
210 I IIHRthe l tux
Aert-H, ol .i n I..u. 'If.If | botli iimuuntIIIK to
III and 1915: li'Hpet-tlvely, und litti ateH iMivelltiK the follow I IIIKileHrllhed 11..h'.I.. Even if other remedies havfa'ldon't
leplenent i
taxen to he. Hold UIH evident, edbv : ; : I Said ceitlflcute embracesInu S. K. 20 i: ""tainlllK 40An *Ni I 13.
i.erlllli.iilen NIIH.. 2J-/1 of l.:>7 ,and the unpaid taxen for the Ji-am follow IIIK tlenrrlbed piopeity, 1..1.. I I '.en. mole or leHHIhe ALSOl.txt be discouraged, tiy C.corau.|
21-211 of 17 of 1110:: 1",1 Illfi lehpevtlvly I 11) "i In ti:> III 1937' 2K.both InclUHlve, amountli i;, the Cniuitv of IW"dr"'c, stale' ofI All of Sei. | S'j' t.f SIJl",. NXXI4of taxeH tn I he Hold aie evident.edhv (I AireH of XX'I nf SXX'"j cfi sion. Your druggist is authorized

ItpleHent the uiipuidtuXiH > Iloi Ida, tovvltSoutheanl I :' ,. Si.: of Nf.l of Si: i.el I Illi.ate N'o. 5 of I'll tespei- Ni:> i.f Sei.lli.ll 211 Tp S S K. refund jour money it 501 .n
fol' Ihe >'HUH I n.n I 111 17 hothItuliiHlve ALSO: NKI. '., of SK'i:' Kxupt: 10 : Quailer of SouthwentQllHltel Ni.:rI.of NT". :' of se,. 10.,; .k; 1 und '.'lepienent: taxeH: for the I JJ i: i ontuiniiiK: K Alien, inoi wI thoroughly satisfied with tin bo
amounting, to l.l.ttllUAUSIl : : A 111 si 1'; i oi AC Hlr HVj of sr':>4of 11 Nolthv\enl" Quilller" N' NXX ;, S'j of. SXX'I4.' SI., olNh'i I tv.ly.' 1'l.lJ; to 1117, hold, InililHlVf, -
: S\\l,, of SIA N'j ofsxv'i i si I':>, AI I'.r' NVVIoi,' si';. set'l 11 Ion lownnhlp 5 South, :, of \i. X\ of Si I:' ofNXX amountitiK' to $:IS 80. The taxtH to he Hold me evldeniftll fits obtained trom thu xe \
ixtept: ;1':' .r :1':" ofSXX'U SIM: :lion: 5 '1 p 7 S. K 21 K lolltaltilUK' llaiiKe 2J Kant. ,'..Ialnlnl 10 I,, Of I.. II. III! "I See. IJ: ALSO: I l v t el t Itii iiteH NOH ,IS'* and 1HQJ ofI'l.'S Crcomulsion in one word n i
.. 80, at"l'en, mole or 'I leHH 1 leHH. 1 all of SIM.. I::. XX' of two ard it lias l-vph"n In il
I Si'i: "I SI2I SJ TpH I Ai I en, mol ol N'j, !. SXX''Jof XV u, nf SXXI, ,,f Settlou II TpUS and 11)33 lec|>ei llvelv, and teplleHent 110
.. 21. i I' ., lontalniiiK IU i iAllen 'I 11..la\en to be Hold ale e'.hl.1 'Ih. annennmeut of Ihe naid piop- Set. 14.: MJl I',. K>. of .::1. II. 21) I I'!. i I HOAlien inxeH fol Ihe >eiUM I IJ7 toi)17 Ask for it pHinly, soc thai the ntrJon
"..l ol,. leHHThe bv .' .11.aten' ;". .I: and' lr x of *< iiiuler. .h. naid teitiiliuiM, in, NXX'', nf :1.;'. K'of: S11 \\ ,. mote or, I.'ol.lnl,1. both linliiHlve, u nioti u I i n w toJ4 the bottle is Crcomuli i ai|
taxeH in h. Hold ", 1910 .,1 ,"., ,'u'lv"ly. ami lepienent nuetl wait ill the name of I nlinovvn. i of \ M.I'., N"r, 10
l.v lei Illii.iiteH .NOH. IB-ID\'II.n,1 Inl Ille 'unpaid ,.x .the yealH1'lJl ''! I nlenn Hllld: : leltlfliale nhall; be.: redeeineil I 11: Nll',..13": ..r .I\' HW'" 'I'h. tnxeH tn hi. ..0.1.I..d, .' ..! Al.soNXX' you'll get the genuina pact a I
'.-HI of 121 of It) id ami, I'Ml "IHBIIICtivelv It, 1'h.lh; iutliiHlve, iltuoilullli aii'otditiK to lav\ the propelt of NXX",. .Nil': of \' ,...NXXI liv ",'II"II' Ni. A4 of toll: I enpei of SK> t of Si-e 2i) Tp. S the rUlef you xxant. (AU*.
leiuenent Hie unpaidlaxeH it tu 'ld. I > llem Illied I thelein will be Hold: of Si':' ofel I lu.; !', of Sif. ,\,1. .1 .11..1' taxen for thevealH
for .the viur I'UI to 1117 'hothIncluHlve ALSO: .\ I N'j'! of NWl S ofIliiimll I to; thu hlKhent bidder at the CMUittIIOIIHH : I 21 'all' i>xt |it XX 'j of NXVl/4 ofSi I, I 1'iiJ : hoth IncliiHlve,
amoiiiitlUK to .23.I'H. &1"f\ NW ", nxuplL : '1..1 on the flint Monday 'InIhe '." JJ: l J I' *-i"i:" i.f SXXi, "".""IIIM ,. $71 4
.\.11. :1'.'. of .\\.t.l ..''j of I ; 4ln I II. 1. x '1 p. 7 s. l{. ",,, of J.inu.iiv, 193 vvhltllIn of Sei. 21: N 'lv. SXX' of W\\,, A I"111:
1"I', i: : ,of si":' of I .1 I i,:. 1.1 ntaiuiiiH' loo ,0 i en, mojeor I' tht. 3rd tlav of Junum >', 19JK.lulled *''j of SI.', of s,.,.. J4 : .NXXI', "iM.'l I :I': of Sei :'II Tp ((1 S. IJ 20 C.
>4 1..1.1 lp, II M I. 21K. leHH. I IhlH INIh d.iy of :1\"b," N' <:if NXXI. of See SKVV ': I c'"n.alnll' HID Atien, molt" or PULP WOOD & STUMPAGE

i.."I.lnl". 11V At"I"I'D. Illoleor ,' ..'laxt'H ,. I. Hold are evident'edbv 1917lOl'TICTXIi; I II '. of >\ ;of N I.li.i, N'a "fNXX ..
IDHH'I tel' 'lltlialt'H NOH. fi-U of Hill and. 11.1 ,, M': of NXX" l,, of SIM.. 27. The litxeH to he Hold an. evldemedliv '
tin I.IXIH" In I ln> .old fll'i,. evlileniidl.v lu'l .r 1911' and I'MI 'icHpiu.llvi-lv, .X. J. 'l 1.\, all .if Hind litndi heliiM* in TownHhlp li'l,"tltliHteH, XOH 'ami till r>l'
leitlthatfH NOH. ll-l. if IU7 and and, IfpliHint' the unpaid laxen for I .Clel, Ic ClKiilt folllt ofIlinilfoid : 7 Sinilli: KmiKe JJ :KIIBIX : : ; I HUH mill 11.J: i e"|1""i"llvi l>' und' lepleHent -
II : of Un of Ml in and I'll.! l ptrtf the J-.MMH' | 90| to IH17" both tiulunIvi <'oiint>', l" lorltLl. fuither, notified thnt .. fill' Ihe Jells 1123 III
"I '. and lepleHent the unpjiidti ., aiiioliiitiiiK <(I7475ALSO ', 1.21.5'-1-2 ; anil ou iiih" ate ofon me itiiulred' .Iliavoiu .1. 1':17.':) holh' I liitliiHtve, amount"luif ,. KRAFT CORPORATION OF
XIH for" 'the VealH lij'l 1117 hoth ; U 440 ol, Mi'' lr 'on.
I..h.' ... n,.,, ,, ,,, ,, tlt. :.1... I I.1' .\\-' S of I'l: am I. i I'; HI / of I .Mil I 1.1 111.* '\ /: III' TXV I 'aiipijii Ofll: ::itti'i.III;; II In,IIICIMIIt: naid iaue' ,llllllMO' Ihufleik's 111siai : I Said lax xt.l.lltli'titeH toKfther with
of ." all omitted Lev-li'd AMERICA
\ I.'H.I.I \c 4 11"1 SK'i, NXV'i Stillon T. 7S I ,1:1: IIFI'1' :" i lo'I.I.l., onMollilnv KiiliHeiiuent (ir
., lx""I" II) .XileH A. I'x-: I I.. Jl I I.: viiutalnliiHT 20 ,. Not' lie I. th.lt N. 1 > 1"ltr"II''.ul'Y. HIMwill be Hold, to Ille hitchestlildd
:\ nnd theie
t I 1, l" I .
: ,
I"l "' I SI, of N XV 111111, 01 1" ") I \Xaliii\Hi4ht.' .Ir. ,and Charb-v n..lohnn .1.1'1') : ollii'rpi *.r ut th4 Cr.in'thrtiiHi. tl'ioi, In
I KlA )! A ;l.ol 6".1 H'j of l.ol \ilSi 'I' luxe. to bt. Holtl ale cv'lili 'tu Idll him tiled with n,. wilt, 'tin leijtlent nltii<. idliiK: :IUi: :' :i v. itii ii'inned ailHivei l, 1 ol ivv, oi .adiMiee * "<'t loll Jli ', U. It. a i:. i.1,11taiiiinK I >' IIMtlllllltUH I .. I I.f of |lil UllllI Unit' tilt 'lax certltlrateH to- :, > In. elltendlllCalliHt ; 1)17.: nt I 1.<.>. otl 1,1< .XI .i; DKrAHTMICMII.HSMIN
1U I <> '\0' ", oi,. lenn. tuellt ritilltted pli'' .II"H"ii \11 Hilled Illix ) riiiy of Nnv ernl.i'l', ,
1 he tiixeH .. I'f Hold ule ev.iifviioedhv : and 'ifpienenl the "" ,' 01. levied ax* .-< hi Id bv t hi. Ktnto beudMilisid I v 1,11It I II'7: v
tetliliialeH NIIH. 10-1 of 17J and. the yvitlH. 1910!' to 1917 both Im-lualVL. I anil sold lo I the hlirlienlilddel f tu t ht i 01 il..11 il t'h't' 'thin older I' .1..1 I XI, : \,
1 :::. of 1130 and Hi.', i..'Him.H vi.ly.nnd : union ntliiHT .. fo..7. r"h an plovlded, by HolIHetlll hi. ,..hIKh..1 ollte. '11.k .' .1,11'1.1 Xf '
I repre i nt unpaid' taxi H foilh i .\1."ii: M3' MSNV: i, '''I lf till. 1917: Ill-IB Of thO for. lour ,\ wei'ltH In theliiadfoid 'lei' .1 .1'11 f unit, if
: ,. yeniH IllJII; 1'.> 'I :i 17 hotll: : 111': lliHlve: of NKU 1..11.1 NT. 71. II JlII. I.- : upon tin.* f"I""II' lie* foinlv' '1.1"'lh.. / neiHpapei 111'I.\'c C'.UI" )'. I'lolldl.
li lllounl IIIH In U 17 M'. AI.SU All I I 20, tnle nf '.' : I I'lol .
I 1""I' lu"L I.e. 11.11.wl ---------- -
"l.x.epl; f.'j: of SI';' I : ofM I 'Ih.liixen to bu Hold aio evhliniidbv II.* at a ,pt, Ifil r I' .r ; I j i 1.1:1'; X.NII 0111.11:1 at ('h.-I Miuii or \" UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.I. .
': >, AI cxupt M 1:' .. sii; orNXX !111111"( NOH. Jll and IN.I: of "I Mi: of Mi'": Hun XX 105 ft. ''I,.., still he, 1.'Iorlla. lot tl.iyf "
I..nt 'l \ \ IM:i':itI
'4 of Si.,.tlon, Jll' Tp U S. U. lHv .1.1 L.a. ...II..llv..I| >, und lipItnellt S.,1 i: 101 rl ; 2J"i ft. to I lien'Ml III.I A. .
21 I.'.... i" ",'all"1' <11 AiieH, 'Iht laxen fol" IhttJIUIB 'heir. f.. JO Tl">. S. 1. 2J H. A. /19J.. >KIN-11, I I1 venal. Illll No. III.11NCiTlf .. C. Mi <'AI'.K, rri-slJeiit .l.it-lvHonvllli', I l.l.
mole" or ltH. I 19J9 lo 1917 both IIelu.I'", "1 he taxeH to be Hold evidencedliv .1.luduoMil IJ IS 11.IFIY lilX'UV. That
'I'h. 'Utxi'H ,. I,...11| lire cv'ld-m.i' .| ulllolllllllIK to flU Oil, I i.el'.tllb.ateH No. *OJ A1507 ot f. .1 I rovvell. 2.r of Taxfelliriiale
hv .rlitli.ileH. of 17.1 nnd. VI SO' NVX'\ ol NVN" Sifitloll IIlp .. and No. tho othilav Industrial Life Insurance
11 ... ; : : 1"11 llil.l ..I'.Hv'.ly. r..I.-j I H K (II* .VI K: Oh' 'I' X\ :11.1..1
.'I-4U "f I ::.4 of 1U10 11.11"1. l ei.pi, i- : : 7 S: It. Jl U. 40 AtreK, mole, .lt 'laxen fol" the yealH I : II. XIIIN'ollie : I of AllKIIHr. I. IHIH filed lively, und 1" ''''' 1 h. unpaid 01, ItfHHThi bolh l.dl.I1.IIUIIK to I I 1:1.1.. driven that XX ill- Hume In my offltt* has mado ap- ,
,laxeH foi' the vealH IUJ'J ,. .I'M" holhIntliiHlve I taxen to be Hold "I'evidencedby .'" 77. tel XX HlH ., ,h..ly. vvllh ulltlellleiiuent ) ,pliiatloll f"r" tax deed to he iHKtledIheieon
.n""IIM to .:.I'.II. eel'.tllli.ateH NOH. IU4 ofli Said tnx lertlflcateH toicether v> lth that, Ih.tnx i.el.t Ilii'llteH. toKel I Said' rei llf Uate enibiaceahe
A ."': I I i', ofiiin .tu nnd, I'.HI..lv.'y.I and replincnt all Htlbneiiuent, omlttid or f..vl..I'' hei. ulth I foli!| >vvliiHT; demrUied; Intho
i: : NI:> si:', I the .. ,' the yiaiHt'U9 taxeH will be Hold th" hlKhent Mil- I of levied "I ."I"'II.n.. hy omll..11 County of ,r.Mate of1'loildi
Set' 'I"I \ Jl : ., ,. door Htal,'keon .x. h.I.1 I. towltAll :
Itj.H. It C.. tontnlninu to 1117 .''h incltlHlve, amounIIIH del at the 'ul..h"n.- I lldveltlHed and Hold the hla-hent FUNERAL HOME
) miilu ol |IHH.Ille I to (H4 HI. the lllh dav .I Ducelllbel, 19.17, an niovltled. hv HOUHU I HlotkH II S. I, HI.lng. Addition
''X'n, .hil'' .. ALSO! :': of HIJI\, Ac SVV > at I 12 ::01 o'i.lot.k : : ,;: ; 11', 17 arlH nf: th I.eKlH* to Stallte. \ill NollhweHtijuaitfr
hV Kltilli tlH NOH. .i of \1,1",1\I \ SI. 1i!', .."n1 !> 'I ,p S. U 21 U.t f n.hl.hl.\ Ihe JOtli day of November. 'I'II.r''r'i' the folluxvlnitlent.i ilied of rtlitHt tjuatter MKS. L. L'. MiABK, Ijitlj Altrtulant
i South of .Vlnth .
of 1 I:> of 11)10 and 1JO acreM more I"'lul 2STowilHhip
6-1 in of
: :: .1..11111 Ihu County
1'1' "
.h..h'. id ,.(.......,.., 111.1.1 ".. 'N. I 'I"I.'IIN..\ fonl..,1, State. ,.f "-'Inrh''". tovvltSI :1'od. I'n i) Sou Hi, Hllle 22 .1 AfKSONV ILI.E, KUA. ST, Al'Ul'STI>K. H.-
fol' the yenin 121 ,. 111:17 both 111tliinlve. 'Ih.* taxeM to be Hold evident edliv A. J. TIIOXIXS.f of SC'' of .r. ,.c. ; | aiHeHhment of th* Hiild 45V.. C'hurrh I'hone 5-1338 SO St. (teorjrr *
.f -
irn>.!9i". Hll. nl.' NOH. piopei
""" iK $ I i-l' I 107 of k of Clrtiill Court nfniadfoid 11 C ( HO llloieol .
'II'I ..
ALSO: Kl'<, of .NK'i' nf 1111 : | 9ll: und I'M5 I ...I..lv..ly. and lepivnenl fount)', t.I..ld.l. leHH.'ol'nl/I"1 / ""I Iv n.I'r, the ,Id < erlirliiit" IHHiied
21 lowiiHhlii U S. U. 21 I : Ihn '"' ., I foi thevaln The taxeH to he Hold aie evident'edhv wan 'h. n'"I. of lleo. II. XX'eller.L'nleHH .
lalninK N".1. '.. mole ol,. IHHH.. I IIII ) 19J9! to 1917 both Iliilllnlvu, 11121.31.1.10j tei,.lltli nti'H NOH. I and 1 of I IJ) "> .R.I .teitlflont. .1111 be rodeemeil -
he to be Hold Ille e\ lilt-Ill ed inn., >n in. uiH to flho. 10ALSO. aid l'.i'' and lenteNetitiinitaid 1..11'' propel
<.<.r'l.i r n I ex NOH :117 and 4-'J of: I Ni':>., of NWV, Keitloli j MIIKl.; OK ."... OK 'I'XX : '..1".1.| veain I1JH toI117. ,'I ly .1.,1., Iwl..11 wil he Hold
.t and III l.i ..."u'.lv"IY. 1> 'Tl,>. S. |H. Jl i I':.. I I-:1.1.It'll t I'KM for Ih.. toJ to 'h. hllh..t ,1..1 court
iifid lepienent. the, unpaid' 40 at I... mole '.1 leHH'the ..11..1111" Not, lie. IH hei Klvell that Dllltonfaitei "7.2 11,1 1".1".1.. Iln"nlnM houne' :: : :f'.I tha flrnt Monday "Inthe :
the > ealH, I9ji in I'Mi both lilt lllHIve taxen to be nolil, ale .evideiitid ban (lied with iiie vviltten re* A LSI' I.: I month. lanuaiy, 1 11* I is, whliliIn REFRESHING
II 111 JllA hv' lertlllialeH NOH, 111 and 17J of10IJ ililenl that the tux certltli'aten to* I'' th* : ..I'I day of Januaiy 1938I'ated
I.Ml..1111.: ; .S\Vi, and S\\l.i.f l. I und 1914 I.enpet' .I Ively. leplenent Ketller Ih "I ntibHMiient| omitted I N'j of M":' *( SXX-I of N'N'iNXX & '; lOlli' ilay of November; ,
S\N ; I Loin I Ac 4 or Klai '\I ISi:1 the uiipaitl laxen foi' .III h. vealH' ur lev lid held bv' the HtiltA bnnilveltinid of S1JI.: ", of Seu. Jtl Ti| o N.I I ;
: of .' Ion .1 'I'll U S U. I, 1'.1) lo 1"17 botli I iiitltiHlvu I amotili* and Hold to the hlgh..thihl'r I.. .111 li..: i .",.Inll. lUl Atlen, ( I.h'lel\ _XL) WHEN YOU GET
21 I*., '...'.1111. 2i>7 Allen, I ti> 1.1.5. for, i.anh 1"1'1..1 bv I olthe I .. i THDMXH,
more tr leHHThe ALSO I 1'1' .r Ni:>4 si-iiiou n .. Kill 198. of the ..In of latPH he Hold ue .VII.'u.,1 i\.ik of flit ult Coin.t ofItiadfoid
taxiH ,. IIH Hold II'" .,-I.1 11"| 7 S. I K .. 40 the Li-Klnlatul. upon the followingdenelllied I l.v teltilliale. .NOH 7 .n.1 : .r l'.ully. Floi Ida.NDIKhl .
tiv tell lib.ateH NOH. IIin of i"en. mole or r*>HH'lilt ..I'.llln. real entute 111- the futilityof 1'IJ'I! and 19:11: i ..I'.IV.) and rep* I 11.1. ..U-17 HOME FROM WORK
2l)7-rl,7x.r 117 of 1910: ami PU5 |-erpettlvelv : t.ixeH to be Hold are evidenced 1""lr"'d., State of Klorldu. towlf lenetlt '" '.. for Ih. y.o, IllJH li. .
: ; I I : 1117! holh linliiHlve, ainiiliiltlnu to OK '111.l ,
and' I itpienent the linputdtaxen b> lerlllitaleH' NIIH 218 and 189 of I 'l ION
for ,the >"earn I'lj'l' ,lo I'l! 17 | .thIlltlilHlve 1910: mill 111", l.enpei.lv.ly. und lepienent Loin 9, 10. 21, 21, 21, 26. In MJH7.. KOII 'l'I>KKIHennle : :

,.....1111 .Ii. $1)951ALSO ) I the '"'11.10 .. ..r., tlie yiaiH ... .. Sec19, Tp. 5 Hnl.h. HIII tax celt lilt.ateH toifether' ulth ( Illll No. HID
:VI I/, I I of Setlloii2S 19J'I to II* 17 h.'h 11""lv. amount; 2J Cant: all .u 1"1|""nt 110 oi Leviedtaxen I X01I"I'i: is HMUHY \i.v.: That
.. I. he Hold the hltfheHthldder f. holder of of Tuxfeitifleate
1 p It 21 I!. .1".11.11 Inn in I 50AISO ( taxeH to he Hold me evldenc* wil ,\
411 At. IHHM. I of ,. tin* I'ouithotiHe' tlnoi In No fil'i, the 7thilay
l en, mol or NW4: of NKW, & N'v bv .' NOH 204 851of I 1"0
The ''''* to ,be Hold me evbleui ed SVof .Niit:; NVV '? of N'U"l, 1912 11.1:1.II..I': ..I..I'.ly. "o r.p' I'nl'k" on the 17th. dav of Oecemhei. of July A. linn fled
|,y OVi'..lil\t..l\ <>. NOH. I I4 >. and 40-6D7 'I Ac S'j' of MI; of NWVN'.j' ofS' tenent ,&,x.. for h. y... 1911 1'7.' ., II I :01) ot .,k .\. M I ..11. In my .frh'e and IIIIH ""d.
tif 137 of IUII: and 1915 I .HI..lv ly. ',| of N\V'4' .,.t11 1: Tp 7 Sli. 19'17, botll I".h'", "","ulll to .,. thlH the, 271 h ihiy of Noetnliei appllrnllon' a .H1 deed to In.Hiied .
mid replenent 'the '"' ", for ,I 21 K:., ...1.111111 ItO Alien' 17.2. \ I 11. thet eon. ....lf..II.. em*
the VI-JIH 1910 to 19)7) both IntlllHIv I Illlile Of I.. $ 'tax certlflcaten' toKether with tC 11"I"I'I\:.\ I.1 III'Ul I'M I the follovvlliK pr p.

e, .. $,itj H.ALSO .. 'h. taxen ,. be ,10 are ..vhh.I..1'Iv I all Hlllineiiuellt omitted "I Leviedlaxen "" \ i In the Coiinlv: : of Hrudfoid, State
.11111, i of MNK 1.:1: Ac ,, of ,..lll... .H NOH. of 2JO and be Hold ,, hltrhenthiddr 'lelk of f'rt.ult C'olllt ofItinilford of'r'II, to-wltt I
> i A:NK'i:' of NWl', Settlou2S .t II'! '10 and X.l. "..llvelv', wil the foiirthoune door In t'oun'y.' Kloiidii1J I IIIn, IIH i I': F, r.l-ilnif'H Ad-,

') |> (I K. 21 I,!, tonlalnlnifIfilV anil "rrpienenl' Ihe tinpMld tjixeH for I "rk. on Hie I lllh, .I.y of 1..1. I .1..In. to Sliuke' In N.r.hw".t
I IHHHhe thu ri.'ll Hit Inn 13 no loi MI l3tU17'I'X of NoithweHt ouarleri ,
AileM, mi>l ol i reillH" 111.1 .II i, at o t (1..r
laxeH ti be Hold ale ev.Idem.edly Ive. to 07. I l'.17..... thin the Jnth d.ty nf Noember. '' 0' \ i I."lh Ninth St. Section 28
11"111 I
lertilUateH NOHV of 1711 andIl.nril7 I ...' .. .loucthiT Xvllh 1917Sixi. I < tITI.'U': ': I TownHhlp It ".h. Hunge 2
of l-IT: of 1:1 ,".1 I I'l IS reim all HllliHeiillent' omitted or LeviedliixM I 1 ( : 1.1 Noll, .. ..hV glv.n that I. XX. I'a..
*|' .. ,v.ly. and lepienent 'the unpaidIIIXIH I \11 In* Hold to the hlKhent A J TI( r\H. linf Illfd with me. tMlttell" le- 'I h. nHHeHMiient of tlm niild prop-
fi.1,' .UKJ.IIIH I 'II to 1 1917 bothliitlllnlve. ''h"hl. the foiirthoune dooi' In | c'.rl, .f ,'lr'llt fourt ofliudfoid 110",1 I hit the tax '.lf..L.. to* 1"1)- under the Hald teltlfliata In*
,,,uIII'I' to l.ilO UH. .!..k" on. Illi* 17th day tif lleiembel., I t .un.>', .'I"'lh.. .VV \h 11 ." ..-.1".1' ... Hiii"VIIM, In tlm 'nalim ut John A.
ALSO H' SeillouJi I ut II mi o'i ..k .\. M. ol I"vl. il .. held bv 'tile I'HI. b.n'I..I..1 CurtlH.
'h 5 S 1 U .1 .I.f:: i.onlaluliiKf4fl :: : 111'.1., ihln the iltli ilay of Noveml I 111.26.3.\.11 and Hold. to the ...' I'nleHH Hnld rat t If Inita Hhnll he re*

.\..,... mine "I lenn.The ,ei.., 111'17. : I m-r.: ; lX'l ION tltKh UH provided hy llollHi ; deemed aiioidliiHl to law, tha prop*
laxeH .. Hold 'me ,'vll..1 .KH IAL t K: VI.) i tllKtltTill I'll: :I''U' of til. I '..1 111"tH of I he l.iKiHlitture elty, d Hi l'Ilinl Ili-reln will lie lold toth
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of 1.17: of lllla and 1 I ': .. ..lv. I :lei k of flrtiill foiiit: ofl.iadfoid -I.I i II,,.,11 I I ,. ? __ _I teat 1 eKtari* lu ,",y i>fliiailfoitl bonne iloor t>ti tlm flrnt Monday, In from work
Iv ami itpienint the unpaid '' ; ; 1 I'ouiily, Klui:: ; hl'.i. M. 'll.u I wife, .1 f i:lelk: K I' : stniu of rini I.I".. to-\vlt: I the m.nlli. nf .limitary |! | When you gel home
fur I he >.tain I i!I buth Ill l-lt-U-17: fun, I ami ;, Kredei I :"b-k I f I'mil and i 1 SXX ', of NV\i ,4 :w' of SXX'' It. .Ilii.lid dav of .1.11.. "Ihl", when the children arrive (or luf
tlilHlve. '''''"1111 ,. fl:111: I'li.niol: ,, "I. hli wife.: .loHeph' II. of SeLlioll .J 111 S. U. 21 K:., I j iMilnd IhlH MHli day of November, wKen there moment in t
.\.11: SKS: .r .I'!' 1..1.." 'I I .M: OK. S4I.IO. IIIUH '|' \ \ Halt" .id. ..11J, II linker anilHal. I eontalnliiK -Xt'tttn, n.. or 1':7: a
K S. I. 21 II.: i.." .I"lnl 'I IKK % l>'' I .,.i., Ip l. wife.; .K. o. Taker: : stell.t leHH'Ihe t..I..I..I\I.II.\: > .online of household duties otriend
.. An.. 01. leHHThe Notlii. h.r.h.vV"" that MIHIllla i, X"; : XX' C: Ihivln, *XX. Illlery I taxes tu ..Hold I.. e\\I"n.,1 1'101.! ( diop in to visit These r Mto
taxeH, to I be Hold Hie Ideui'ed JiihiiH.. han filed with me written .vll'IL I unlit A. liavln, Kllely, XX hv ." :. 1 of 1101 r..I... f leik l'I""UI" Court of refte
by t.<.i.tub.ale. NOH. 117, 12H' ."t I 111of |.. <"liii. 1911, 1'i.u and llM'i lenm-t.lv..IY. vvllh 11 Hiibneiiueut omiltidor HintL I'"vl. and Uuvln, .iu lull' .. h"ll IutliiHlve.utniiiimh'K .! with Ice-cold Coca Col*
Ulid repltneiit the unpilld, ''x lev ltd '"X" hi'Id by tlm State be hN wlfi. Ilkinm, leuoyer nndVnovei \ tu II IX. 1.1. bottle-) '
the year. UI'.n' 19::11 In,III lui lun '', .,J..t.1' and mild .. the hl"h..t [ )IH| wife, s. II: MlniH ali Hud lax l'iMlitliale' tonelher. with NO'I HI,*. Order by the c e ((24
Kllt'iiml IIIHT :1 M4 i unh ait pr.vlo1 ovllnllke ". hln wlffLeon: Lelelller. all HllliHeiillent omitted or I.evlnillaxeH S.I. N herei.v 11\.n .. whom It your dealer.ICICOIO .
of SIV: of oft . Will he Hold to tha IllKhent hid.I .llmt '
,\1"o: Lot I or K'j: Hill nilri th* J.din Hi I r. Hal I b-tt II Hubbell. "IY .n..rn I ," filed mv
X'' A In SC lor S.".I loll h*. Li-HTlnlHture, upon the followingdimril Jo.eph y roller.' XX'lllluiil I UCorter I der at the rom"HIIMIHU door In 'I"al I H."II..t.lhl'y Kxeuutnr: **
:M Tp, II .S. II. Jl I':. n.nl.llnlnn 'd leal eniate lu the (*ountyof a* u :I'ortel. hln wtfe, I Still ke on lht. 17th day nf I liei-eln- ..t Ihe 1.11" M.y Andrewii, COCA-COLA IS iV" M0-l I IIT
71* Aerew. mole or len. 1.11'1.1., Slate of Kloi'Ida. to- ..I".h'I'P, 1'orter. .Ir. and i 11.1. III.17. lit II :no .'d..k .\. MI I ..,..."...1. and. wil .h. Mth day of ICI3X AISTARKE
Thi.taxeh to be Hold me evident.ed wit 101 feef of Kloi.k 2> aexteniled ..rtef. hi. .., LoulMe' f"r.r I .". thin the 27th day of N'ovemliei. 1.1.1. A. 1117, applv to ..h.I""orll. BI10NOS IN TOU
bv lellllliateH" NOH. I 111 I and. 141 of on Knnev'l Map, OliKlmtllowll MIH, XX. Hunt llan-ln, Annie 1.11. 1".17. ,. i': K ivrrvman. fonnty'
19.10 und. 19 lu tenpei" .lv.ly. and lepreHelit of Slarlte, Klin.,lU.t. In NC'tof :' ler; I. M I. Little ami''or Leon (. ..ll.I\ SKAT.: > I .. .f liiailfoid, .untv. inr Final1'iHthniKe COCA-COI A
,the unpaid .. .. >the yeata 11.1.... Jll, TowilHhip, t South, IIand' I .\nnl. 1. I.It lie, hln wife; J. UK ''MAS., an Halt! ICxectitor.
1129 10 1"37 both In.u.h.. amount* H. ;"a', XI irv K:. fouant und or Mary KIfowmt I'lerk of c"in ,nit I'ourt ofItradfiHil fhtlenre I'.unndr.w'
IIIK to III!) 21Al.0 I The TaxeH, to he Hold are evidenced Marie Amnnd i KniwxlnkaUawe County. Florida. "" .\o"llar Yulor.. J.OTTMNOPAom
: l.tn I. 2.1 4 :\>, I 1,1 fellllUulH N'>. I HSU of AllrfU.t and XXIIIIam ilaKv, her liu- 12-3 .It IJ-17 I U-I'H.12-II )

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Bradford High School Journal

l.' iMlR THKKK ____ __ RTARKK. -- r f"f"i "THIRTEEN t
'LOtUU.t'lUU. \\, 1>t ( EMBER: 10 1037 -. Nt'MBKR!

MT.k F'Pri.uANRES' Madame SusyQDear I SENIOR CLASSES I Meet The Seniors Bradford "B's"Are BRADFORD DEFEATS WALDOIN

,;."' -PEEK Madame Susy-Q': I HEAR ED PRICENoted PresentedThe DOUBLE-HEADER THURSDAYi i it I

KPITOH-IN-CHIEF1 :MIKIVM: CiI'1'1..ntlng \ i
S'T I am
a lonesome
.B'/1JII!1 ,I KIUKT! ; BKXSONaiu : t unhappy boy. first two Bradford B's were
My only interest Is a Senior girl I'niTMit Dean Miriam Guy, one of to the II. S. lto>... und (.iliU Wynn scored 7 points, Gene Long
EDITOtt11Ak111ET in chnpel Friday
'IKTY i presented
; and since I am a Junior I of Gives Tips On4'ollege 1
BISHOP Win Hard foughtUaniPft 4 points Bob Long 4 points'
(DOT) i our cheerleaders and vice president president of the Senior class Bill
course cannot stoop to her level Here Charles Priest 2 points and Dun
EDITOR ___ I of the Little Women a Club, Plummet, and the president of the
/ However duspite her terrible Hazen 2 Acting as guards
BitPLUMMKH 'This' popular young lady was/ bornin Junior class A Z. Adkins, Jr.
draw-backs of being. Senior, she Lust'ednesday, the "nlol's''I SCOKKS %1.1.'l3 \ were Torode, Shnford and Har-
Dublin but : ; -
I'nH.\HY EDITOR Virginia, nevertheless These B's are gold and blue and
were fortunate in
/ ::11.\1: MA.NINUFDITOR;: : is attractive and has a good per- hearing an im- is old Florida old Grlffls.
i: a good
.ru\ obtained 280 ,
I are by getting points
sonalit)'. All my Junior friends promtu speech by Dean Ed Price cracker Again the Tornadoes Coach Howard played all three
J.KI1 know how I like her and ,,, from the University of Florida. now. with 70 points from four divisions:
PEARCE that Is In another '- teams In this game and he hopesto
FDNA; why I am lonely. I t He came over to speak to the Rotaiy i I It was difficult getting her to social mental moral and physical. this winning time from Waldo, after develop a strong second team

.rC'JAL MIILIAM REPORTER UUYExchange Please tell me what I can do? '' Club and stayed over to i narrow her choice of disliked subjects had defeated Green Cove out of the last two strings.Season's .
Next t speak to the Seniors in last to two, but she finally managed Bill and A. Z. have been working
year, she will look down on I' the here on November- 23. tickets are now on salefor
me because I will be a Senior, pcilod. : to gasp," "Conceited people very hard for there letters and me Tuesday afternoon, the home games, which will he

-- then. Dean Price gave the Seniors and Spanishll to be commended for getting' them 30th In a very exciting game between six and ten games for fifty .

tliat- Perplexed.Dear some very good advice about going I l Miriam says her hobby is keepIng so quickly. Bradford girls won a him! cents
rre'F proof Perplexed: '| n diary Wonder if she lets AI Manassa refereed both
faces to college. He said that the OVt'r11 1,10; the total score games
| names, like monkey lead it ? Put thl'l'mol'e her CaldwellTalks
odd| in public pluccs.lvey" Yours indeed, Is a problem But time of working your way through anyone R. T. 24.15. Elizabeth Phillips "" with Waldo.
appear fuvoite! color is marine. No
Always. limbed n wall.givers perhaps you have not looked well college !Is a thing of the past and I ;; aqua In Chapel 11 points,, Nine Padgett l 'rhe biggest basketball game of
: there are too good! looking
down main street."Strlrkland" at this Senior or you could l not admire if you don't have the money togo many points /and Miirlre Crosby ( the year Is slated here December14th
ran male movie stars to select a -
was seen in a pub- her. Have you looked lit her stay out a year and earn some but if special will Chapel Friday was opened by t points. The guards who at 3:30: when Bradford meets
one 1'1'1'8",1he
conceit, her attitude of houghtl- and then go. He also stressed (; the singing/ of "America" and followed this victory possible, were Zell her traditional rival. Lake Butler.
i '
kWeek1 finally tell she rather
IC pin by. ness? Have you considered the' Inking up a subject you lire interested you prefersGary by the Lord's Prayer II lins, lln/el Brown and Olaa'I i This game has in the past proven -
passed did
Cooper And *ho really
terrible company she constantly i in, not one that your I Hall. The girls have only .. to be the baldest fought RameI
lives on Orange Ave- like "Gone With the Wind" Two beautiful numbers weregiven
"1A'mO'lI keeps? Concentrate on these lolks want you to take. gume out of the four they and most Interesting that Brad-
: In her dim dar: k past her sect by a trio of violins and ont'gutlal' I
ue things Instead of such unimportant I The Seniors were all very grateful played und nil\ Bradford I fold, plays each year so he sure
et desire vocalist
to be
: was a
"SlIPI' waR in a tree. things looks and for this splendid advice froman should! feel proud to have I to come and see it, A small admission
have cent. lor some famous dance orchestra.She Grace Dew sang 1 a lively Mexican -
"Rich didn't a Ity. experienced! person and hope to good team this year. I of 10 cents IH charged unless -

"Carpenter" builds air castles."Taylor1 plcable instead of admirable ard''''have the pilvilege of hearing Dean Is now considering taking up pong that was enjoyed greatly The boys. deft'lIt..d111<10 a season's ticket Is presented.
journalism, and l In getting l'xpel'i- by all
can't sew. -- -
friends will admire Price
your for
again Soon
you enee by being the special editorof twelfth grndohomeroom gow back after being out three
''Wright was wrong. Miss Stumps'
it. ------. the school I" I ITU (ilDKWe :
Mills went on a sit-down Madame paper.KDNA was glad to have as days.We
Susy-Q have been selling candy
SocietyAmong I their guest speaker, Rev R. T. me making a Christmas
jlke All joking aside, however, send : : : of the week. We now have two Calendar' for December It Is very
Wall' fell down. PI-1BC1 Caldwell, the new pastor
In your problems, whether It be I In our bank. pretty.
but what in a name? those attending the 7 Presbyterian church. The Rev
The Clay-Hi-An. "Class Feeling, "Why Can't I Florida-Kentucky game in Gainesville All hail the treasurer I of the Mr. Caldwell gave a splendid talkon The new health officers 'reacherMrs. Ho A a I'd), rI'IRM'r
Make Good Grades," "EtiquetteProblems" /Senior' class and Little Women's _, .
-+ Saturday wereKiances Peek I the great value of hooks and i-ember: are Herbert Green l -. -
or "Perplexing Love Lillian Mosely Hazel Monte and Club. She edidently lr. very hon the surprising amout of educationwe John Anderson.Our .
Through the Keyhole Probll'ms.'e'll do have been working on a
[ our best to Sewell. eat This Senior, nftt'ntiled books
Jimmy may get from making president, Bobby food unit for four weeks. We will
help you "Dick" was born In the metropolis -
Frances Peek spent the weekend our best friends. The school extends pointed a committee to get finish our study this week. Comesee
well, I no sooner get one Madame Susy-Q. of Hampton, Florida.
to Christmas
most cordial welcome for
in Gainesville where she attended a program our the posters we have made. We
lumn written than the editor --------- -- the Fall-Frolics us the Says Edna, "People have more the Rev. Mr Caldwell to come and room. like to read "Tummy Tingles."

Is i me another Is "up'n comlnVi at the basket ball games now. Yes guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. ('. Jones. ; fun than anybody," but finally visit us Bltilin.As"'mbly We are glad to have Rita Ruby Lilley, Teacher

i don't mind though there's plenty last Tuesday they "Big Apple'd" I Hazel Moore and Lillian Mosely I confessed! that this I saying is not was dismissed with

o write, about. to the rhythm of the school yells j spent the weekend in Gainesville original. She lend it somewhere. the Flag Salute

Why Isn't there more school We've prize swingstets you knowIt where they attended the Fall Edna likes a good time, sports and -- -..-- --- BOREE FUNERAL HOME

iplrit nt these Pep Meetings? Frolics. history Says she JOPMI< t dislike Junior Events Full llnof ('nolter Undertaker. Supplies

|jut, think, at the Pep Meetings, The two presidents were awarded Powhia. Smith, dna Pearce und anyone or" anything at the pres I AMBULANCE SE111'ICL

rr<< the Bradford Tornadoes get Bradford "B's" Friday and that Harriet! Bishop spent Thursday ent. Her favorite color is blue, --- DAY AND NIGHT

t there, on the court and fight sets a good example. Well they're I afternoon in Jacksonville. but she didn't have to tell us that, I We want more Interest shown in .V: !I' I! O N K 53 ta.
.n, pretend we're losing at a we realize it by the many blue our popularity Anyonewould .
net euch bad after all. II.
presidents, BENNETT. Mgr.
Jewell Gassett spent Sunday I thlr. it's a contest of thegloomiest
game You'll yell "Fight, drehses she possesses. "A HOME-LIKE
g John Arthur and Edna Pearce Jacksonville. i not the sweetest and INSTITUTION"
Jght: fight' till your throat aches were the vlll.ms of the party Sat Her secret passion Is the movie ,

ind you'll be patriotic, I'll guar- urday night. We wondered why Willie Mae Thornton spent Saturday star Fled :McMuiry.\ : and she boo happiest. '

ntee. everyone was so sick Sunday, and in Lake City '' hooeil, in one of his pictures the Our home-room will he dlvl.led'"t''ond
( B.'tty0/ \\' spent Sunday in semistcr, but don't think Lg,1og ID.
The Peeper" must be blind ( count then we found out that John Arthur -I sad "Tiail of the Lonesome Pine. ;

from a reader and admirer), and, Edna had cleaned up the Live Oak.Marzie '; Her" future? She says she's go- the Juniors ate RpllttlngJuniors!
Howard and hazel stick to- pther. and don't imagine
me say the floor Is terribly hardt tea with well, you guess "Itliasp't ing to be a surgical muse, but I
|t A'lkm's' houseWhat! about It scratched yet." Dutch Thomas went to Gainesville Fil- ;iwe think she'll be married in a i little thing like two home-rooms

arrll'l Who'll win the Popularity Cleanser, In other words. | lay.Junior in few years. She's too sweet (stub- i can bleak It up. /i inecf1/1 tlie

cont"stVell., we have some Frances had "the time of Adkins spent Sunday born sometimes though) and, too We have alioady hud some ,tr t--------------------------, ,

Ighty 'rute" Juniors and a Sophmore Limes" this week-end. Staikei I Tallahassee. I good n cook not to get married Christmas stories read in our ,., ya _
Bill Plummer spent Sunday in
that will pass In u pinrh- girls lire always rushed in Gainesville soon. I num.ELEMENTARY. ''SEWING THREAD
lont forget those seniors and Maybe it's because they're ,
I Nettle Dowling Is back in school
rt'.hll's harder to find over there, now -L The finest tft'Qfin the world makes the
ufter a visit in Jacksonville.We i ( Just nuunlly
It really looks as though swing than before are glad to have Loral Bennett n finest sewing thread and Set bland Cotton b the ben

r i here to stay; they're doing It Peeper. i buck in school utter an illness 'I ECHOES 1 cotton money an buf-beoet thin imported\ Egyp-
.- '- - --- I4 nin cotton,and Ira Amman_... All Lily ihieid*
." in the St. Vincent Hospital. we made from Amman cotton and..Invite you n>

-- ten them for strength tad imooth sewing ,qualities.Smd ,! ; ; ; nI'n' .
-- lot a 3O.T rf_pU Flin Mdt fan Sea blind
Benson Attends FUI'UTII K Tlllltll AWe emu(....n..la Florida Lay MnuCoiirxMr.Shelbf.N, ..

ConventionOur Betty und Bobby Turner are > ate busily working on I

back with us. They have been to Christmas. decorations for our I

high school principal attended ,.('hooll.t Jacksonville Bench. room. We are planning a Christmas ,

the fifteenth annual convention for our Christmas
\Ve ate painting pinecones
of the Southern, Business cattails to make our ,room look Patty. I ; \\MRADWNOFft l
I K'lucatiun; Association in New Orleans attractive for Christmas We selected u. ,

26th, 27th. 'rlliRl.
November 25th. I II ted and! white as our colors

.rw i I He was: accompanied by Dr. J. D.Copeland We have two red paper flowers We have several new pupils. f a

I of the University nf' We- decided l to have n large Crill end Carl Newmans have-

Florida, Mr, Henson is State I Christmas tree. come in from Luwtey; Mary Ellen: AUTOMATIC TUNING

Membership Chairman iind Mr. i Some of the pupils' promised to McDaniels, from Curyville aril
61 RLs Copeland! U a member of the Executive Evelyn Luke from Bronson.
bring decorations for the Christmas -
Gor CovS a i' Committee. of the associa tree. Wo ate making pretty calendars P HILC O!t1-

I' tion. for December. Most of us like to
TencherMrs.: 1111 rt.
i In the address of welcome by VM.VIII make a picture of Santa Claus or tl tlNO

,the superintendent of New Orleans i (iKADK- -- l'I.\".'" a Christmas tree. We can make with INCLINED CONTROL PANEL !

schools O. Henry's remII'kI very good ones ,
quoted: "In New York they !I I.ny I':1.17'M; : (IIMKMKN __ -_ ___A____ -

I t aSounif 'I do'; in Chicago they say 'I Our class meeting was culled! toorder 1'llUI.lC11.1'1':1.: l'UOilC1: t i

HYTIIM wORITIcokdfol will's: In Boston they say 'I shu.ll', Tuesday, November 30, and110mI' IS 0-TMNKI: > SQUAT i
lt !I 'I of the chairmen changed NO STOOP
60YS /and in New they say I -"America."
{ Song
used, to.' their committee. They were Flag Salute.RonA" NO SQUINT R
to changed as follows:
Mr. Benson contributed a
pn-I "Father We Thank'
I Bulletin Board Bishop, Myrlck.Library PHILCO "'XX-Radlo'.hM,1
Q 'k47 t per on one- and two-year courses Then:" InrllMd (......1 P.nl. Phil. A a.t .
V I in shorthand in which the local:, Charles Jones. ., .ii.. T..I.M..ll. 'hnlna.
cited Di->k Inspector Marjorie Davis. Lord's Prayer lfl,,b.KJd.Jltr A ml.to *tMl.... It*. ail l lnu
commercial department was i Bible Story Miss Kitty i lined *.....!.In* Hrd, A.oM.llv .. ,
STAGE errs I as a good example of the functional S I........ ..".d..1 T..Ini... I't
Bradford News Committee- Evelyn Hall. Hogsed. Slah.rld.llly' 8..ko.. Ph/rn. Y./.
i method of teaching. Play "Old Flippety Flop," byMis. "Inn T..lna !I.m, s eudnrSnug. '
I L: High School, with the largest com- |I .. ...., ....... .Phil. .,t_
; l Koberts' Room.
LSN0W in the South, f|{.\"K; 'IIIIKIlWe .nm.ntft. Huprrb /.b: .. b F
merclat ;
Song "Jingle Bells" by seven en.e with P.a..i/n.
I' was one of the first to adopt the Bark. Mhlvkl.! !-*.. ...!.! f 4
rue glad;\ to have Bobbie gills from Mrs. Roberts' Room. a
I functional method of teaching ;, and Lois Drake of Inverness enroll Song "Jolly OM St.' Nlckolas.! 0 0.01 .tr wti* />**!.. "'."."11. i iN..H

THE PEER EH ALLSTARKE shorthand, beginning in 1035. ,, In our room Song -"Up on the House-Top." J.rei.M Aerieo.ec.P1M.HART luaurnlui

Among the points of Interest Doris) Edmonson has. left us und Song "Katie"A A favorite song

tailed! by the party were the new moved, tc Miami and, will enter of the primary group.

million-dollar bridge over .
thirteen school there.We FURNITURE CO.

the Mississippi liver, the new air- were glad to help one of the The Gulf of Mexico: has an average i "

pert and historical points in New homes represented In our mom by depth of 4,632: fet, being I the STARKE, FLA.WHAT .

i Orleans. giving them a box of fo I Mr., and Mrs. Benson plan to .
-- - -- ---- --- - -- -
One Night Only '' tnk.* HM their guests\ to the Florida

n-lueition Association convention

in lamp.i n'xt March: the win
ner of the CitUenshlp Award and

_.. -- '''the best boy and girl commercial
students In the Senior Class.


ON MADISON ST. Definitions 1

-- CHAIRThat which; Is done at ) a

The Ziegfeld of the Tent-Show World basketball! games. I
HOG A form of embrace.

Most Beautifully Costumed Show Under FLUNKThat which U. H. S. OF BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA p t

Canvas students do on exams. -- -- --y -- - -
I Unnoticed class U1U'K LET US ilVR VOin PLUMBING -
O A H INt': T \\' <) K K
of who develope into Seniors A THOKOt'lill HOIIMUfl.KANINO F. C. Hollingsworth
Beautiful New Water-Proof Tent-Theatre persons KL'KNITl KKI'AIKINii: t
after four years. till

2.500 Seats-50 People-2,500 Seats STICKINGThat which la hung| I -: M J. L. Simmons Hog And Hominy ITrilOISTRKI.N l
Christmas eve.
of the FARMS
DF.CIlIER.Last month Plumber

Popular Prices year. 1 In StrriliirtI ItottlrH PHONE: 3'J
BLOTTERThe thing: you -

Adults: 25c Children: 15c spend your time looking for while The Pause That Refreshes. THIS SPACE

I iMMiu- 'IKSTK\; : 7Si: I'. :M. the Ink dries.DOUGHNUT..A. .... .. -, Denmark
OPEN oi <
7 I', )(. fresh ulr UK.7,KB FOR R E N T Stern's Garage 'p

I SHOW STRTST 8 OTMK fiend's Idea of a cookie.BUTTERFLY I'KKSC KII'TION: Furniture Co I /E-MTII IIADIOSi04
---A worm doing a KXPERTSCARPENTER'S! WV Are. Kwehlnif New ( )l>KKif: TIREsi-TUBES i- ,

Come Early mmmm mm m Bring the Family fan HOBBYThe dance. thing you are "'1'1'1.1011.1.! IlItINO !SfoeJt r.,sr>' U.iy. Urt Cure lo HljChmt Qualify: -:Lotteitt Prices _a;

Tent Will Be Heated If Weather Is Cold crazy about to keep from going TilE KEXA1X STORE: RESULTS MOO It Cefure, Vuu Buy.: EASY PAYMENTSCounty a r
nuts. .. '

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I Mission Hall I':, pontafnliiKr tiO A.'l'vM| lull I'll (el' OS'T GE's: l'I' :
Makers Every A pomfoitable | ... .. THIS zr,.. TIST:: :1.1',111"1
I laxpM to 1o MOM HI V \.h.n'.11 Help ,
I nUlu ,
I 1J spiritual warmth and l ttirii-HtK' No. 281!) of mo 'e- MXC'l-MH lrh .
HI-lllH ,
I II whloh
'Society I '' lvi ly iinu represent i tho 1111-
[ greeted the score or more lirllatloi thus' "
I InxoH for the years l 11119 to ,, "? ?
ZENITHInstruments I who came through the I : $11111.. both IniliiMlMIn I : .HID :nniolllit, lllK-klKllll.M Nell llty I'lllMl(|I", "''I h, "..

I' Tuesday night to hear the / i \1.>10'' NW'i of :NVf" HPO. 23 Tl" you,,'ol..h..r.I would Jiini tit',,, "i.,,,"f, .1. '" '.";.. .;!
'on "Who Will Roll A H.,.. U 22 pontalnlnK' 40 At'ivx, o.. mmle 111' Ella,. I,,,, ,.. I. .4

\ Local Woodmen Of World Delegates to ReportThe I Stone!:.. sold 2.10: are uf PVlllt-llcull lUIII, re- Mt Hl.y Caini-iHei--lliikvlH: :,: to,u"j Drug:: ,|1"'J,',,.'./?'. ', ,,,i

I Entertain DistrictThe Woodman Circle will meet oJ'stach's) between the ;, *ilvrly| and r<-|>reHint, the iiiiiuilil --- -..
I t. quarterly meeting of the Tuesday night in the hall at 7:30: 1 and Christ on the, journey I h.-N.hu'liiMlvi.for HIM., ii yearn n '11111111'IU18 to If)$!>1IU1 2.oti.I. br'A _
IG |
o'clock. The election of officersIs "Id tax cii tlf.1'ntfH IIIK.'h..r with
t.lfl Northeast Florida District Five of and onward was illustrated MiiliKfiiiHHit I omitted or I.HVH| | COLDSFEVER
the Woodmen of the World was to be held and reports will be ply that even the children ,' : : .'. ,. Will llH sold 111 Ihs highest 666Tr
; at the i'onrtliotiHO door In
lfl held' Friday night. December 3, heard from delegates attending I stood! .that such stumbling '( ..ii the 24th flay of m-ftnhiT..
In the Woman's Club building the last district meeting! at High as Indifference love of ( : ul 11:110 I o'clocU. A. .M.
Friends Number Springs. All members are urgedto bad "" this Hid t Illi day of Hi- LIQUII, Tttll ll'IHLlnlmrnt:
here The All Camp pleasure money ,i /:
SA L1ie
1K.I7A. t9'.u 1I"'h.' .
138, the Starke unit was host attend.Teachers. must be removed and one J, TIK1.MAX.' 1)1)1. 11 11 i,,,,,,V; ::1.'
; I I 0 t'lMlk .r I Ml/ 'I'll It ,'"nrl" 1 of
to the six other camps represented tied of self before Christ j 111'uH..1 '(11111)'. Jo'I"IIIII. ""ult-lIfr\\. .
I : : .r'd.'
: Lake City Jacksonville, Jacksonville to Meet the victory and peace the 1 : ) II.
Hastings Palatka and cannot give. I --- ---
The Bradford County Teachers '
Lee. One hundred and sixty members An entire family of |' FLOWERS AS TO YOU
Association will meet Tuesday aft-
of the above attended present together for the ( YOUR
. ,: camps ernon at 3:30: o'clock in the Bradford | | ( AS TELEPHONE
rs NlwflI und during the meeting the State time, and u special solo' "I | ) l
: school audi .
I i/ .4r1"S4', Manager, Sovereign V. P. Millerof torium.County High :I in whom I have believed" I I : !) I : .oj{ ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J ,;
fThis Lakeland, made a very Interesting I'given by Fred, Dodd l \k
; talk about the benefits and at the piano by his father.A ALL ORDERS FILLEDARTISTICALLY \1
protections that a member of the 1 Week Of I'rnyer I ChrHtmas program : : -ECONOMICALLY: r _..
\V O. W. received by belonging to The Women's Missionary Union I arranged and the first i I PROMPTLY .,.,..,. ,
bile control knob lit a part announced for \\' 1 ...
. this organization.After ; of the First Baptist Church will I was :! :\ | (..- I
of Zenith's
sorter lot HIP truant
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: | I L. G. POWELL Starke
voice and music reproduction in the disposition of current met at the church Monday Tues- : ; ; ; ; :;: : ;: ,: ; I ,
radio today! Yet il't pitt ONE ol business mutters the meeting was day mid Wednesday for the I ChapmanFordFriends I i
jrh leatur week I )
, many w-e.c'.Onve- turned over to the social commit of prayer.. All three circles of Lt. Kiel ling : '
patented-year-aliead in c! Bignonl tee with F. O. Hemingway act meet together.ing man, Jr.. ton of :Mr. and / : -
, r>*iiormance' --- -. - "'. Chapman ufo the" State ,I RITZ THE ATI?
I I, 1 will be interested In the :\ l
{ REAL as (chairman .;ind u delicious clipping taken from, a |, | Friday anil Sat urdu)', nt".t'mIH'r 10 und 1 II 1
11 turkey dinner was served. j sue of the Nashville Hanner :' l1$1.E$ '
: / O 11 1 : !" t: A TUItE
Entertainment during the dinner The announcement of : i 1
ESTATEIF : ; : i I : : ,..... .,
was furnished by the Parker) gagement of Miss Emily lrt t tutryIn Sharp l"hn.MN
n Tf If YOU WANT TO Family playing various selections I Lt. Leonard Fielding | l ll -- t
l "BOIL.-.FY; )"
on guitar violin mandolin and Jr., U. S. Marine Corps of I :' : I "KII>": ItANtiKK KIDF/:
" | BUY, SELL OR RENT I Sill Oklahoma. i.i made I!
, 1 : d4 musical saw. Several numbers her parents Mr. ant) Mrs. :\ "Sun.Moil.: ., IV<-. fj-l.t Tu....., !><.... 11 1
, SEE US- were also rendered by several vla- '\! ( !
I West Ford, the wedding to : : \
tGallN ting musicians from the 'amp in "UCH'IU.I'':
,j WILSONREALTY Lake City. in Biiminghnm Ala., on I \\OKK MIU.U'LKs":
.rN. 27 at 4 '00 o'clock in the a PonrllUyrim
CO. The next quarterly meeting will __ toy
.A_.. Hollllllfl 1 tlllllltUcdni'HdajThurHda.v
$125.95 be held In Jacksonville with Camp n M ,
Mrs. E. C. Williams' of
Number 403 acting as host. : 1)eeemher5.10
and Mr. and Mrs Stafford
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tlN/w 14xrip Ir N 0s of New River were quests llr llnrhnrn Nltiunx'k, John n",... niitl. Anna ""Irl..
.en 1)l Irt, sax. Nan day of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. I
nm.wusnlm. tinder and Miss Wilma Ale I ... ('ontinK Sunday und Monday, DIM- lil-20
rilK KIIIKKl.t: "' .,,,,,
.Iciiiirtlr >-lomill' anti trlnn .I..Pearl -

I --
daughter Miss Jean Davis -----

tti yh r.S 1 ou may lie cxtrt-melj millions HIT thin Is the ",eaMIII visiting Emma Anderson Mrs. Davis'In mother Archer I 1 I

J day. F R E E
.S for FIKKS. __._.. I
'U C IIIUKI H A 0 I U Mrs. C. \V. Chalker and \
'l\\' FOR 1 1938 Art* you adi'iituttrly. protected lime jon in\pntor- Witt C. Jones of \' I S TOR E $4.00 in Groceries and Five

j it led jour furniture lately-Are you sure you hate turned Sunday night from II Gallons Gasoline to be Given
Orleans. CASH S: CARRY
enough I.NsrnA.NTK! : Cull IIM ItKla)'. I Away Each Saturday. Ask
; The Rev. and Mrs. L. A. about this.

'' herd were visiting I ,.\C''': onnEn Fore 'onc ('HRITM.1M T1'IKF.0: \\
: 1 HAROLD C. WALL, AGENCY Crescent City the first of .\! week.
KMTV: Kind of Insurance and MnmN -- I
STARKE. FLA. ( your.

1 I'j\ \ \ AMERICA'S MOST I COPIED 1 RADIO I cord produced One during American 18.000,000 1936. tire miles I I 1 FLOUR S.70C 0'OOKINGBringGaIBringI[[ 7'2c

L, AGAIN/ A YEAR AHEAD --,:-.. -- -
4I.'I I Ir' of Tufts the horned of feathers owl. form the I ,t. j

---- -- ",\ BILE': HS"110LI'': GRAIN
MAKE OUR STORE] YOUR ., ;t :r r""I": i\

tt.. "n.....,......" .!..iI..1; .;" .: : : I
......""- I RICE lbs. 15c
i I

('0\1I'01I.D: HOME GROt."SD

fj l:, HEADQUARTERS LARD, lb. lOc MEAL 10 lb. 20c

Gotham Gold Stripe Ladies Men's No-Fade Y
HOSE / / Tomatoes, 6e SUGAR 5 lb. 25c

SILK DRESSES Shirts and Pajamas I
For The LalyVho Cares 'I.OIUPORK
I At 85c and $ I 1.00 pr. $2.95, 3.95, $4.95 $1.59 to $1.95

.-' CHOPS lb. 14c

:11, Ladies Ladies Coats Men's Ties and Sox

I Handkerchiefs $7.00 to $16.50Children's Ftl'Itl"S BEST (i. NORTIIERS-B\ln' LlUtPO
A Great Assortment In All Colors i --.-,--.-.. LB-4.:

.. II,! sjPfi?//e ltd ln Boxt's Coats i onograrr.rr.etl

'From lOc to, c'50c" r '$ f.65 to $5.95 25c to 95cMen's I all Parker y style' Pen___and:from Flour 82c Deans lb 4 J C

.1 I Bridge Table Sets Children's Sweaters Hats Sets ___. _.____ from $

Luncheon Sets 59c to $ 1.59 I Monogrammed P I a y I
I Curds double deck -$1
Trouble To Find It Here
Embroidered Pillow : Coty Perfume Sets l
j Ladies Sweaters BACON lb. 9c

Cases & Bed Spreads 98c to $4.95 98c to $5.00 Comb Cura Nome and Blush Toilet Sets Sets -

I Adrienne Sets OnIons 31bs..lOc MILK stall 20c

: Ladies Silk Slips Ladies Skirts Men's Belts .50 to $1 I Cara Cases Nome Week! $ r -

.1 98cto.49Ladies | $1.25 to $1.98 Boys Belts, .25 & .50 I'OICK STEW

J : Silk Gowns Ladies Silk Blouses Men's Suspenders OLEO lb. 12'c STEW lb. 121f

::1 98c to $2.45 at $1.98Ladies 25c to 50c fULL PINT 'IU ,

_- 1 IRISH

'i'i'; Ladies Bath Robes' Shoe Men's Lumber MOUTH".."I.....100 Cs_. 1 : ; : ,, Potatoes 10 Ibs. 13c
d.4Y r
Specials at
; Jackets ... _
do. -
From :; 1.98 I $7.951 -
:I i' to .
; I
L $1.95 and $2.95Kegular 7.95Childrens'
I $2.95 to $
; 2cGrits
>1> ; at $+ 1.65 $2.50 and $3.50 Val. Boys, $1.95 to $2.50 X'MENT. e/IMl. I : I ;i "_______22cAspirin, ea,

''i Ladies Bed Room The Most Complete f Boy's Pants .a.ACM.......II.....U.wall.-. M I :;I IOIb.s Alb'!, lOc l

Slippers Line of Children'sSHOES e.kle. I. ...... aw.
98cto$2.75Men's : ,
All Styles--All Colors- -at Pants
40c to $1.59 98c to $2.95 I 98c to $5.00 I COUI4 POA*. Agent For

; I 4 U.ph.onot.b.. r.toh.-
f SI-Kn-TlffUJ For he'foU I. pbl.g ..n4I..m..gb.
SHOES a IlmsNed Mwl

For Ladies FIUF.SDL:13.95 \" I ppLSC/11YrIops
1 You| l *ufefc MD.bb -
i I :; FILES I
s y.ul-- Better Quality
f and !'ROE-4: I wb""btu'
e th.. t... 1
$4.95 at I

II i $500 I Get Our Low Prices Before Buying -

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\,. U. will I| Mrs H. L. \Hough wan a visitorto Knos Hayes spent the weekendIn Mrs. A F. Saul spent Tuesday I I Mr. and Mrs. Marcus F Brown Miss Dorothy White spent the
fbt J j W tS'ITte 1'rhlny> I Ililt I !) Jacksonville heat Friday f Jacksonville us the guest of I f f In Jacksonville I :returned 1 Tuesday night from Atlanta week-end In Jacksonville as the
fl attar! } hour : Mr and Mrs E. W. Hayes Jr --- I II Ga.. where they spent several guest of her friend!, Miss Bonnie
!Minn Mary Canova of Jackson- Mrs. W. B. Monday and Mrs J. : i I days 'Lee Ford formerly of Lawtey I
1 H. ugh and | ville. spent the week-end here with P. D. Dawson of St. Petersburg G. Godwin! |] of the State Farm --- --- -
L wcri visitors to I her mother, MI'!!. F:. C. Canova.. Wn the guest Hut week-end! of pent Tuesday In Jacksonville. !Mis! '* Lois Long of Jacksonville Mrs. Emma Canova went to
"Hf* \S.Ul'dllY.l I ..-. -.-. --._ :Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Johns. ---..-- -. -- (II|spent the week-end here with her
l lust .. Bartow Tuesday to spend a whilo
ft O. L. Piitten of Tallah.itmee, -- --- --- Mrs. I K. G. Duncan\ and Mrs LM mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. Miss ,
spent the week-end 1 here with Mr. Mrs./ .J u mp'l' Shepherd of ltlllinnls P. Vlning were visiting friends I In'' ]Lung also attended I the Fall FrolicsIn with her son and. dallght..rinIaw.Mr. ,
and MI-H. Frank Landrum. the guest of her son-in-law and Gainesville Wednesday. i Gainesville: Saturday night. I unit M i's. Paul, K Canova.

WIN .. daughter. Mr. and Mis. C. A. __.. u11 ______ bas-1: .. .. .. ..__.. _..._..._.._.u._ ..--....-.-...-...-.-. .-. ..-...-...-..-...-
p -- -.- --- -- -- - -''
| Mrs.V. B. Parks and Miss KnightMiichlneleHM J
on' worsteds,
\ -" serge
.. .. .
HonHfd --- --- .. .18.. : ,
were recent visitors in .
I k.t1. going at $15.83.> ('p
Jacksonville.I ; |HrniaiientH. for to $'jl' values .|. M. AUareMiss '/. I II
Hall's children. $3.11.lit I.KII..VS. "
--- ------ I I
I lit; Milts from $IH..V to S'il' Johnne HusselJ flpl'nt.d- i
I Million for only $15.' .11.! ">. .\IIt'rulioll"fr.'c. Mr unit! !Mrs. Randolph thus cc nesdity In St. Augustine with rel- 'p #
,\t Alvare/. of Jacksonville were quests: Sunday atlves. \ T
I .
'.. I
------ -- of Mrs BOI.l" parents, Mr.
-- ---
I|, )Friends of 11I's.V.. P. Smith willregret I and\ Jli-H. G. 11. Bennett.Mr. Miss Frances Peek spent thewel'k'I',1 1
to I learn that she is confinedBother .. --- .. in Gainesville with relatlves. i
Win $3.00 r ; home because of Illnesx.rt and Mm. L. A.Uavis spent I t I II
rt I the week-end In )Ke-rnandtna with ..
Us - -- I i
\ '. and MrK.:. G. Duncan and Mr. I UVH' mother 1\.11'10. Mary A. 'her'' I GOODYEAR :
I Mrs. F. If. Long/ was visiting i
FLOUR, 12 ; '111011.Monday' Kasjier: in Jacksonville.Miss and U. I 1.'. .Theis spent I I Diivls.MIH.. son-in-luw. Hryant and S.daughter Carroll, in Dr.Jacksonville amiMrs. iM M SHELL GASOLINE & OILS I ':( I IEXITKr

- --- Virginia' Carpenter of TallihiiNRee -
RICE, Fancy I Clara' 1 Uii.sxell of SI. Augustine -. \ spent the week-end at Sunday afternoon._ t : : ItI'lJtcmli: -\\KrHHr.K: SKKVICK: i .\
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was the guest Tuesday of herd'1I firouker with her father, H. A.WpeltH .
MEAL i sister. Miss Johnnie 111111.. '11. 1 ml Mrs D. K. Knight: spent this 1 CO. j ,.1
OAT +< ii Mrs. Weeks week In Lakeland: with her broth- I I REGISTER MOTOR ,
'''- I -------- -- and Mrs. "'11010:1: : if I
er-ut-lave and sister t (
MEAL, Fresh I Al Kay.. Carlisle, a student at MI'''. Nora Not klnut of Morris- Charles Larsen.our !.
Hollos Military Scliol in Jacksonville town, N. .1.. and. Mrs. Sadieclestreleckl t
------ -- ,
LARD Best was the wl'k''lId'UeMl/: ofhis \ of California were 1 choice of lie Milts, sites t .
I parents. Mr. and Mrs J. B. giit-su Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. I\ I nun HI to ID going is-fore XIIIIIHat I\

POT A TOES. Carlisle.' O. fiinringMm $1:>.0.! .. Alvan-/.1.' t '
-''-- t ,
.\ F'! Suiiln I'I-'i: ;;;;; to her I I vnE i
Duncan and Mild
COFFEE 100 I Mr. and Mrs. 1C G. t
CENT A WORD homo here Saturday after a son Kasper, and R. F. Thels wl'regUl'lIlB t tt
wl'I'k'8Clay In Miami with Mr.
Sunday of Mr.\ and Mrs. T
Northern or Sit uhi daughter. :M i-s. Evelyn: Mad- K. Duncan in Gainesville .
COLUMN 0111 IX. who hall liven III.Mr. t
-- -- -
Can I .. tt
No. 2 CAUBAUK PLANTSNow ready -- Mr. and! Mrs. Pate Gassett andtiuughter t tt
and Mm. K. C. JohiiHon anddaughters
Hy the bed or thousand. Priced Miss' Jewell, and Miss t
GRITS Fresh, right. On Road 2:1: miles from .' Mlxnen Virginia/ and Virginia Alvarez attended the uutola'es
i Margaret, uf Jacksonville, were nt Foster .
town. Z. Z Griffls. tf Camp Sunday
PEANUT week-end guests of Mr and Mrs.II. afternoon.Mrs. t
FOIL KENT: Attractive improved It. Brownlee.Miimea -- .. --- ,
. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. _. ..
BREAD 3 'cottage Just outside city limits. : M. Thomas and Mr. and :----- --- --------- - '
Garage, chicken lot, two acre gal'tlen Katie and VII ginlll Fu- Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson' and son, Edgar '
plot. Fenced. Very reason gate, students at the Florida State spent the weekend in Palut- 1,'!
DILL able. See A W. Anderson, Jr. at College for Women, spent the ka as guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. iK | STOCK UP NOW ON THESE LOW '
office. tf w'ck..nd1l'IO'\ with Mr. and Mrs. I: .
newspaper Strange.Mr.
BACON, Best i 1. K Collny.M.irhinrlrsH. .. PRICES
-- -- -
nosl': HUHIIJoSJuul'anll: >d 2-yr -- I
: and Mrs John Grew of
i iI
TOMATOES, I old held grown everblooming I, : p-rnaaneoh' lorcliililr.'li ''I I I Jacksonville, announce the birth I Ij WE HAVE FRUIT CAKE MATERIALS
:J.J LEILI'S.Grosse
viirietles. Kali "S; > ill'
planting hest.Free j of a daughter! Patricia Gertrude,
Macaroni or catalog. Tytex Hose Nurseriea I C Wlnte of, TUulut..ICI'.1:; I on Saturday, Pec. 4. Mrs. Grew',
Texas. } {
-Tyler- 12-2-3tp who spent Sit llll'danight:\ herewith was formerly Miss Audrey Lamb I TIP TOP GROCERY 't
CHUCK FOR SA LI'3: gaud 1 lirooil' sows, his mother Mrs JV., White, I of this city.G. .
___...___ I
2 yea i IS old. bred to fine boar left cat ly :Sunday Washington,
PORK STEW will find pigs in about 10 days N. D. C., where he la attending to ,V. Alderman Mrs C3. c.1 Dec. 10 and 11 1937 .j
I White' Frances White and Monu
D. Wainwright' Starke. 12-3-Up State hankingbUMII1CO"8
_.. .
ft.itrMTiirMhlitirn of 'rallahasseespout I STAKKK, tl.OKIDA
PURE I :; -the-week-end -1 here with Mrs.: I '
- ----- .1
II G. W. Alderman and other 'rela -

FANCY I 5a4leI tives.MachlnelesH. !NO. I U lint. IUI'1: \":!04.\I'l' l'\'\

KITCHEN I P|M'rmmientH for I
children $3.11 at I.KIL..VS.. BACON Ib. 15c APPLES :;
NEW CANE: --- -- ,
Miss Martha Urownlce attendedthe 3 Ibs lOc

NO. 2 CAN I tI Fall Frolics in Gainesville \last ItOIIJNO HA CON KH- Brazil Nutslb. 25c :,
I weekend Miss Brownlee remained -
FI.ORIOA 1 In Gainesville and will bo the Walnuts, lb. 20c
guest of her brother and IIh.terin-
,, l.iw, Mr." and Mrs. Milton Brown- Raisins, lb. lOc
ASPIRIN 'r.A.L'I lee for two weeks.Mrh. Mill IK HIMUO.N:' (.U\; .... Mince Meat,
I ---
WAKE I II II I Gifts for "Him"- Gifts for "Her' : T. II. Slitde and son. -romm LARD 2 Ib 20c pkg. lOc
IT'S >, and Mrs. L. Rogers of Baxlcy Currants pkg. 15c f
Radios Clocks Ga., were guests the first of the ,
week: of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter
Apple Jelly
Camp CotsElectric Radios and Mr. and Mrs. T. T. s
Lanterns Auto Cushions Long. \ 2 Ib jar 20c '
I Auto Cushions Flashlights I I St'NSUEE1'; : Itl'I.K Grape Jam, ;il

Car Heaters G. E. Irons 28 oz. jar 23c
I 1
dt' i Flashlights Toasters"r"i I I'I'I I'I 1 Prunes, Ib 5 c SHIFT'S! IICMOLEO, Ib.2Vz i

,, t r Fishing Tackle Grilles I I
( .." _ T -- I II
\ I
:::: Gifts For Children
I Small Milk 3 for lOc
I I ,
Wagons (small and large) I

I Velocipedes (small and large) NO. :8 CANABSCO:' ft

Bicycles SWEET CORN 7c '

I Rackets and Balls ,
Tennis NO. 2 CANCHOP:'

i Footballs, Basketballs When the I TANK JUNE PEAS 81-2c
- Flashlights, .Fishing: Tackle I ,.
---- -. _-- house TAN NO. 503Musselman's !


SHOP t ..uu.'IIIJ:' burns down Apple Sauce, 71-2c ;!

r I :SHOP: AT YOUR the fire NO. I CAN:' -I, .

il.0\\( ESTER ItKANI ,
i WESTERNAUTO goes out !tSee 5',


R before it burns I KI'I.I.OUG!
i NO. 8 ('ANS.Tomatoes! each
Cornflakes 7c '
K. 1. DAVIS :Mgr. Johns & Wainwright SYzc

tAtW I'ltlfK, pkg.
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m ttQ.O.! f i'I II ,.
vliititmaA"',' I I WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY DECEMBER 25, 1937 lb. 19c Tip Top Coffee, 22c ';'


Astonishing! how ; t Dec. 24 COFFEE, 2 cans 25c COFFEE, Ib 12'/2c'
Late Friday Night

Cit by .this rich gilt l FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE SOAP OR POWDER 4 for lOc l t
so mu S
; io 'the


8 c I Concentrated SUPER SUDS, 3 for 25c .


-- Watch Our Hand Bills For Economy Prices OCTAGON TOILET SOAP, Bar 5c ,

'}' NATHAN N. PREVATT, Mgr. \ .. Dixie. Oleo! Ib. 21c t t: ., r.t

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i FARMERS SECTION MARION WITH FARMERS FINE: COTTON WIN" IN I I LIVE STATE NEWS sales show, with an credit increase sales of Increased thirtypercent the madic Marion band had County been releasco Jail::::==fro

, SEA ISLAND CONTEST twenty-six percent Borger, Tex- having been made After

:NOTES OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS FLOK1DV FACTS IN SHORT PAKAttKAFII as, showed the greatest Increase In In bill. which the to sheriffolk ui, ( $m
Marlon Coun-
GAINESVILLE.- collections, with twenty percent I.y '"
ty dominated the 1937 Sea Island -_..- taken from L..m 0'lg&8., farmer? !
-- cotton contest sponsored by Na- LEE ACCIDENT the east side of the OcklitWha rtv on

Hints To Hou.ewi.e.I RURAL than Mayo state commissioner of $40.000 MARKKTBUSHNELL. I I>OG RETRIEVES FOX Tallahassee. Comptroller J. er, they were escorted I",, 'ih., '
I' farmers of this central sustained ty line where 'Olin"
agriculture Work started TALLAHASSEE J, D. Eth- M. Lee painful injuriesin Alachua '
I ---- SENSEBy I Florida section winning two automobile accident sheriff, j. P. ";runty; s
COMMON here List week' on a $40,000 market eridge, Tallahassee dog trainer reported an near Ramsey ITII'! them
from Home DemonUra. of the three prizes for producingthe financed: by the state and Federal a three-year-old bird dog Tifton, Ga., last week. Lee suffered and "escorted" the m ,
t\ thin Speclallata, T"n.ee SPUDS JOHNSON best staple and an Ocala gin governments. It will be the second outran und retrieved a fullgrowngrey a scalp wound which will keep Alachua. I h 11)lIgl1
. winning the prize for ginning the public market in Sumter county. fox. The dog pointed the him in a Tifton hospital several I

I CAKING FOR TilE DECEMBER: IS MONTH .' finest bale A group of farmers and growers animal, which Etheridge "flushed." I days."' Mrs. Lee was treated for _
i PEAKS OF KXVFNSKSIf : FOR CHECKING FARM: G. M. Brown Oklawaha, pro- recently completed a $4,000 marketat Then the pointer, named "Sport" bruises. Miss Bessie Bruce, who I OLD !\IATTUEos1! : t-;
OPERATIONS OF YEAR duced the finest bale entered In Webster. gave quick chase! at Etht'ridge'sl was driving their car, escaped unInjured NEW Regardless of, t'onl,tiot
the contest and received the first .. I The cornered the New Mattresses. :Mad. tQ
- h Tlimit- command dog ,
I when the cur ran oft the
every family received one- Besides being the month of prize of $100. This bale was Grade .U R'KF.S PARDON SKKKKKS fox, grasped it by the nape of the highway. The party was enrouteto tress Let convert your olmH' I
twelfth of IU total Income regularly Christmas celebrations and feast- No. 1 staple of 1 13-16 Inches. TALLAHASSEE. --,. Governor neck and returned it Atlanta where Lee will\ undergo mattress.into new type Inner ,piinB ,
If the expenses R. E. Clarkson, Ocala won the Our prices ae, ,
month monthof I'ell.
every December Is also -
for final
ing, Cone rebuked pardon seekers treatments upon his eye.AT sonable. Satisfaction
of each month were exactly accounting for the Florida far- second prize of $75 for the bale' he rushing when they pushed and 'OTTON CONTENT'TALLAHASSEE .-'-- teed '.uarlln_
like those of all the other for check- entered In the contest. This bale
; mer. It's the jammed around a hat to draw commissioner IT AGAINOCALA.
it would be to was also No. 1 staple of 1 3.4 Quick Service
months, how easy activities and
ing over the year's numbers for presenting their cases of Agriculture Nathan Mayo -- Thirty-two gypsies
make a budget and to keep HC- determining the causes of successor inches.A to the state pardon board. Some said G. M. Brown of Oklawoha -seventeen adults and fifteen chil- Mattress Company
counts. But for most people no failure in the business of Pasco County farmer, E. M. baskets containing records were won first prize in the d..partment'sstatewide rend..are on their way to "some- Factory! 881 Park !St
Tutlle DAde the third
City won
two months are alike, in outgo at fa i'ming. of $50 for his bale, which I upset and a big tiling case tiltedas I Sea Island cotton contest where"" with word from Sheriff JACKSONVILLE. FI..\?,,
, least. A spending plan Is needed When this review of the year's men, women and children surg- The long-staple product Gordon Moorhead and his deputiesto We cull for and deliver just
t that Is flexible enough to take work reveals progress and was Inches.Grade While No. 1 staple of of 1 the 5-8J ed forward for the drawing.MAY : grown by R. Jo::. Clarkson of Ocala "scoot and scat" after the no- drop us a rArd.
care of peaks of expense in theheavy cess, the farmer, naturally, feels! preparation -- was second and the third prize
i first two bales was ranked normal,'I I :.;:.:.::.. ..--.--'.- .- -.-, -,-. _
months. than he --- -
: far more cheerful : I.O FKKS went to E. M. Tuttle of Dade City. -------- ---- -
the preparation of Mr. Tuttle'sbale -
An Important feature of a farm when no progress i III shown. When i TALLAHASSEE. Attorney i The ginners' prize went to Pillars
j was ranked "smooth" or better ,
family's account book Is a page the records show low production I than normal. General Cary D. Lan for accurate picture of however ... I ((;hrbflJtllf
making and unprofitable operations, Pillans und Smith Gin Co. that if the sale of delinquent tux '- -
this situation. Or, a plan may be they should stimulate the Ocala, won a prize, of $25 for ginning ?- certificates falls to produce enough POWER COMPANY PAYS ( I II
h made easily on a large piece of farmer to greater effort to iron I the best bale in the contest money to mt'et' their commissions, TALLAHASSEE. Governor R
i paper. Draw a line down the middle out the difficulties and eliminatethe produced by Mr. Brown. tax assessors and collectors will Cone announced the Florida Power I I II
to divide the sheet into two faults In his system of farmIng One hundred and thirty-five lose their claims for fees. Court and Light company has agreed to
.. columns. Then rule It across into during the coming year. I samples were entered in the contest costs und advertising expenses pay $100,000 this week in taxes not
12 spaces, one for each month It's a god idea to check up on judges of which were W. H. must be deposited before any certificates due for three months. The pay- I I II lI
''f making them large enough to take the farming operations this month. Hayes, marketing specialist of the are offered for sale. ment will help the state meet expenses I I Ir
ifl several items if necessary. In the Business houses In the cities do it State Sea Island Control Jack- '.- -..- of the general revenue fund, 1
left-hand column may be written to determine profits or losses so sonville, E. F. Buffington, vice srBSTANTI.XL. 1NVESTMKNTS: now about $800,000 behind In its r Every Home Will Be More Cheerful I II
what income can be expected In correct the faults and obligations, the executive said. The
I they may chairman of the Appeal Board of MIAMI BEACH. Four French For The Holidays With A
each month. take advantage of the merits of Review of the Cotton Marketing and Belgian financiers have Invested utility company officials said they I I
The right-hand column provides I their operations in the new yeai. Division U. S. D. A., Washington, approximately $4,000,000 cashin would owe $175,000 in excise taxes
'l"a place to note the large expenses Certainly, the business of farming and M. N Gist, U. S. D. A. cot- Miami Branch real estate in the next. February.
| < that have to be met in the dif- is just us important as any other ton specialist assigned to the State last year Peter Nordyke a broker, DUO THERM I
ferent months of the year. Per- business and. Insofar as profits Experiment Station. said recently. Nordyke said the GOOD SHOWING -

,, haps the two columns will dove- and losses' are concerned, it is The prime purpose of the con- purchases all were made for invest FORT LAUDERDALE --. Infor-
tail nicely into each other. Or It identical to other businesses. test was to stimulate the produc- ment purposes and ascribed the mation received here this week
Fumeless Oil Heaters
\ may be that fixed obligations to i The farmer who makes an inventory tion of fine Sea Island cotton in activity to disquietude In foreign from the National Retail Credit I
: I be met like taxes notes, and Insurance -i of his farm, operations Florida. All prizes were awardedby investment fields. Association reveals the fact that
will occur in Commissioner Mayo. The State __, DEMONSTRATED
premiums holdings production losses, and --| -- -r-i- Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., shows the
r r months when no money is coming returns is the farmer who knows Agricultural Extension Service cooperated MIAMI TRIBUNE SOLO greatest increase in total retail I II
:' in to take care of them. Seeing it his business, who gets a good idea with the commissioner in MIAMI.- third Tribune passed sales in comparison with 16,373
;/ all down Inblack and white will of what changes should be made conducting the contest. in Miami newspaper history last stores in forty-six cities. Local QUIGLEY & DAVIS

i i enable the family to work out a and what practices have week, as he latest to bear the I
proven lions for better results. If the I
u scheme for monthly spending that name ceased publication. Ownership :, STARKE FLORIDA
}1 most effective during the year. quality of his products has been Notice To the Public ,
I will stretch the the of the suspended (Itablold's .1
money over When he has completed his checkup low and prices have been none too morning I ____._.__.__._.._.._.._.__._._._..__.._ I
I" lean, as well as the prosperous he should keep it for future high as a result of this, he can I new plant and other assets Discontinuance of Passenger Train ::::..-.. .v
)''" months. reference during and at the end take measures to produce higher' changed at midnight from M. T\lre on Sundays over G. S. Ac

'r t'. -. of the new year. quality crops. If his returns have I L' Annenberg to John S. Knight ,, F It).., between Vuldontu, (i..., anilPalatku I BE MODERN THIS YEAR
and associates, 'who the -
!1 Administration of the Virgin islands If production has been low and been low because of inefficient purchased .'u.
t morning Herald Oct. ]5.
, was transferred from the has been due to improper cultiva- marketing operations he can get I ... UNIVERSAL
r. capital city recently to the natlon- tion, planting, fertilization, or pest together with other farmers und -- -- -- On and after Sunday, December
; al capital at Washington D. C. control he can change his opera- ,try to work out a system that will\ 12, 1937 trains Nos. 15 and 16
I!increase his income and the Income -' JACKSONVILLE. Maternity heretofore operated on Sundays
i of his group I deaths in Florida dropped from158 only between Valdosta and Palat-
I the first nine months of Universal
FUNERAL DIRECTORt Once a farmer has determined |during ka will be discontinued leaving no
1836 to 134 for the
his difficulties in production and corresponding Sunday passenger train service ineflect -+
t{J'i' I.., Many Tears Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render other phases of the farm business, I I period this year. I between Valdosta, Palatka Electric Irons

1/1 i EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS !SERVICE he can obtain the whole-hearted The bureau of vital statistics and Intermediate stations.No ...
1 MODERATE PRICES assistance of the State Agricultural I, said! no maternity deaths were reported change In present schedulesof #3.50

HeWITT C. JONES Extension Service and the In twenty-seven counties Mixed Trains Nos 13 and 14
Iv w Kturke, Florid State Experiment Station in his 'Ieffol.ts during; the nine-month period this operating daily except Sunday be- .
i 1 Duval led the state
: to eliminate them. I year county tween Valdosta and Palatku .
with fifteen deaths. Dado UniversalHeating
__ countywas \'. L. ESTES,

I : I II Ii i second_ _with,_.ten.., General; 1'iMNpnifer. Fla.Agent.IueksontOle I Pads

I K. F.: ,'. I'ltOTECTS INTEREST -.Adv.
' BELLE GLADE. The Recon- $3.25
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.1 struction Finance Corporation has I It. Easy To B o Mistaken About
i..I I It instituted tax foreclosure proceedIngs I
PRKcURIA to protect !its $135,000! Investment STOMACH TROUBLEStomach
t'': In the South Florida !i sufferers should learn the
vancy District comprising 31,500[I truth about ULCERS GAS. ACID M
I acres of rich muck farm lands. It'set INDIGESTION belching,heartburn
constipation etc.. due to excess:,d'l.
I about acquiring State and | Booklet fans 11
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I county' certified on approximately of interest The 9th edition justolt the
10,000 acres on which the taxes press may prove YOIJr t rststep to hap Coffee Maker
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I CHRISTMAS FOR CHILDREN GIVEN' TENT SHOWHERE 1 the past. If they'd do unnecessarily that and- I Brooker 9th-Grad-; I''I Doris Doris Mann, her freshman roommate-

NO quit spending money
UNLESS Ain TheLetter TI I
IS I they will save enough to> pay I To Give Comedy"Miss Harriet, a senior who lives next

NEXT l. the teachers and bus drivers, It .- I' door- -Muriel Sapp.
he scores of utterly belief, Pram, wee buliicH to sixteen Box Is. a shame for a county like Brad- Droopy the colored man of all
will three-act
'l'htrc' orphan children on years of age. THURSDAYThe onl! to put up boxes for donations I Jimmy, a work Tommie ColtOn!

O lcless MM DI\Y who will be sick this money having been borrowed I 10 pay the bus shivers, when there Grade farce of will the be Diooker given by School the Ninth us its I Miss Watkins, dean of Brier

dlsappolntmnt i << and grief un- this year to provide for over 1500 HefTner-Vlnson Players<< will Bradford County Telegraph 3 plenty of tag money<< paid to run class play Thursday night, Dec. 16 Rimes
,Ith hearted people of this' utterly helpless and homeless children -i show here one night only. Thursday I Dear Editor: : out public schools if it was usedin d..ab'' Catherine, a junior living across
gOl1 It .
Ilht! of Flor- who have been referred to the and not In the in the school auditorium. Mountain College Oneta Thomas.
other portions December 16. Their big tent \ the prop..r.WilY,
ami please allow me .
you spacein adventures -
with the laugh provoking tbe
county contributions of money Home Society HO far this year. then ties will be located on the way it is being used to over pay Jimmie a star junior from
to to Mr. J.
in your paper reply ,
erodIml of college youth .
Jimmy a
D Harrel.
dt nuts and other good- If each person able to do so, who usual lot on Madison! Ave. H Moore's letter of November 8, board members' as the audit State University
camdics who enters the dormitory of an Rhodes Scholar .
Prof. Frazier,
clothing[ reads this article, would send in
as children'spromptly The company this year Is com- i 1SI37, busesand shows
well I concerning thC'.lIchool t
R' school In searchof and Instructor in English Louis I
tot Just one dollar, the entire deficit!, exclusive glil'a
jtt size, posed of fifty people, and features the Board of Public Instruc Mr. Moore, when I supportedyou
anY nlu"n's Society of could be easily! wiped I a dress\ He gets Into serious Shaw. I
Home Jimmie Heffner, one of the ROIlth'Ifavorite tion. I believed you would stop this _
( youngster! situations he proceeds with +--- -
ire!\ which Reflurdu little homeless as
,? has Its largest ery comedians. : I am n voter of Hi adfot'd Coun- leakage or do your best to, but itseems
; and Is held The United States pioducesonethird
Riverside would be assured the and dress stealing, finally
Home at 2560 happiest The play will be a three act comedy I ty and also a taxpayer I feel thatI to me that you "hands
for until his friends come of all the electric energy
1f11'lnlt' branch best Christmas ransom
Jacksonville and ever.Conti : have Interest off" and let the spending on,
drama, "Jlmmie's In Town, an : in the public go
'I'tnue. homes at Miami Lakeland i but Ions of money shouldbe and Is full of laughs from start to : school affalis.! If not, you would have been present to the school prom. generated In the world
IfCrlvln/t/ sent to R, V. Covlngton, treasurer i when the contractswere The Ninth Grade has. worked
and I'cnsacola. finish You will see Jimmie in the I supported Mr. Moore in his painting
The Hme, Society, according to 40. Buckman building Jack- funniest part he hus ever, appearedin. campaign, and I want him to ex- given out and all other business long and faithfully on this play of Your Furniture
Marcus under the careful supervision
tate superintendent plain to the public why they paid pertaining to your district.If .
'" he Mrs. Agnes Knowles, the sponsor. Repaired
18 facing other than
Fagg. casts will be school had I there would
a teacher at am sure
"DaddyRrgesl Among some of the leading nit- Lawtey $20 you
C, its entire thirty- gladly welcomed! at the ]'I Pioceeds from the admission often and
deficit In receiving Isis are Alice Herman and Dolly too much on her monthly salary be no room for criticism as you Reasonably
year of !service to over 38,000yxnrlrss home of the Home Society, 2560 Lewis Miss Alice Ramlell. the' and when she offered it buck, they ale i getting II lot from your and fifteen. cents will go to Right

pre and orphan children, who Riverside avenue, Jacksonville, or personality girl; Miss Betty Noble. told her to keep<< It and. they would strongest suppoiteis. the class fund.
of the alone of the branch The cast of characters will beas
under the care homes at "
ba'e come whirlwind acrobatic dancer who' straighten the mutter out someother The \oteis of Bradford Countyat
soctrt from every nook and cor- Pensacola, Lakeland or Miami. I played en extended engagement at : time And. also why he allowed the next opportunity should I follows: Our shop is equipped
her of Florida. of every creed Never has the Home Society r Miami's most exclusive supper Mr. Manning to be paid clean house with the members of : Louise, a sophomore at Brier to repair furni-

hip deficit. is over $15,00000. needed help so badly. I club, the Royal Palm, Miss Mar- I mileage<< as a school board: member the school board and elect a new Mountain College Muiie Dyal.Floienle your

- -- garet Marsh! torch singer from when he lived in less than n Board that will look after school her roornm.ne/ Agnesthe ture with accuracy and .
Ml I xf PAY POLL TAX FLA. STATE FARM I IIr" Old Virginia; Miss Dorothy Lag- I I quarter! of a mile of the courthouse affaiis \ t hull Dorl.s Tassels. speed on short notice. r:

-- Poll taxes I I winn, dancer Billy :I and why he was not present - -
TALLAHASSEE Bran \\hltllelj Cor. tap supreme; I wish to offend no one. and I ,
he paid by property ownersthe and Marigold Lawrence, in modem 'i at the meeting, when they let with due respects I urn, ,
must\ Comptroller J. M.tee .. : dances of the out the contracts for the painting I r.FORTUNES
of IhlnllurkloIII'wndMiss rhythm day.
office \\r. TOLD If Santa Claus isn't
Chief Clerk Ray 'of Heilbronn an" Vandcrbilt II I Yours tiuly, go- ';ii i
warned. ;
has Evelyn Townsend daughter An eight piece orchestra known
Alex L. Barns.Sturke to ,
! 1937 legislature : schools that the contract was let illg bring; you new .
Srel l saul the of Mr. and Mrs. J E. Town- as Jimmie Heffner's Rhythm Boys, '
;emended the law to provide thatravment I send, became the bride of ROMS 'will furnish a thirty minute conceit out on their regular meeting day. Fla. 25c furniture this Christmas .1'

of the annual $1 tax Is Hunsuckle at 3:30 o'clock Sunday I I before the show. I Ml Moore, you failed to bring R, }o'. D No. 2. I fool him by let-
<< :
) to voting, but i up that business: during regular __ _. A. ,
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not a prerequisite afternoon, November 28, at the I I The doors will open at 7.00:; : hours and, the ting us upholster I
It be meeting adjournedand yourold
that there 3.000OOOhI'
In 1033: were
still requires
the statute home of her parents. The Rev. L.O. o'clock. Orchestra at 7.30: and the the : :MARY ADAMS
conti.icts were let out aft- in
owners holders
property policy
collected from Sheffield performed the cere- : show starts at 8;00 o'clock. eiward the DICKS
was brought up by I same day. the United States suites.'I
' question The list included the .
!be mony. guest --- +- Now Mr, I
Moore I voted for you .+, 'I
several :
of taxpayersto ?--- - -
refusal Immediate families and most Intimate -'
the GKTSKKCKKK M'MBKK I to look after the Interest and Hampton Beach
made i
remit when demands were friends.! Mr and Mrs. Hun- TALLAHASSEE. The Statewide I I business The federal alcohol administration 'I UPHOSTERING
of this
col- : Cooperate -
upon them by the Lee County suckle will make their home in I drive to sell automobile licenses with other board members. I will not permit the use of the: I Hampton, Fla. REFINISHING a, j
Pal tka where he holds pictures of athletes in liquor ad
lector. a a position early and raise money for ,I .
witn Wilson Cypress Company.Mrs. : vet'Using. I AND GENERAL
the schools caught superstitious It
I seems strange why could
motorists flatfooted in I not look after that business before
Chapmun Entertain '
BEACH. The grinding I, because all the Leon County tags adjournment As there were more OF .
sawn of the newly organized Mrs L. F. Chapman was hostess 'start with the.number "thirteen" : than one bid to consider, and probably ALL KINDS 1
Sugar Producers Association ot a bridge-luncheon Wednesday In which the State i
Fell mere Leon county, the lowest bidder would have For Expert RepairingSmith's
December I, and at one o'clock. Effective arrangements -
started : Capital is located, won the tags gotten the contract, and saved the
continue for approximately of holly lent a ChristI with the number thiiteenbecause
till keyed district some money, which they
100 I days It will give employment I mis-like: air to the living room I it was the thirteenth coun- j could l1aulled to pay the busdrivel's Building/ Furniture To

t to nearly 600 men and expects to where a delicious four course ty of sixty-seven last year In volume I Order / Our
and ten mil- luncheon was served at the bridge Garage s
produce between eight I of tag sales. Thus the 1938 I Mr. Moore, ;you slid shame on II
ion pounds of refined augar. This I tables. The holiday motif was plates! for Dade county begin with the mm who said you had sold! SpecialtyEddie

u a new cooperative association 'further emphasized In attractive I I the number one, Duval gets two out to Mr. Griffls I did not say I

and has purchased the plant and : score cards. At the end of the Hillsborough three and. at the end : It, but I did say that It looks like Phone 120 Hartman's x

holdings of the old Sugar Company playing Mrs. Leo Wiggins was I of the line. Liberty has 67. I we need a school boned that will I
of I Follsmeie. The management Is given the high score prize, a lace -----e----- Furniture ShopON
cooperate with :Mr. Grltfls und Wrecker Service Day or Night I
seated in F W. Heiser. It has table runner; Mrs. Jim Ritch the TAIJK: OF A TOOTH look after the business of the ST.VTK Kl, 1.1

3600 acres under cultivation and second high two novelty handker- PANAMA CITY. Tenyearold county better thin they have in i -
mil market. its sugar under the chiels; !and Mrs M. Gilner the low I Robert Lee McConnell Jr., now -

fgiHteieil: brand of "Florida Crys- prize, bath towels. has his other tooth and Dr. R. J.

tale, which Is the name under I I Airs. B. C Prince spent the past Love has what he calls another
which the old sugar company distributed week-end with relatives in Jacksonville : page In dental history. Several

its product throughout : months ago Robert lost two front.i

the slate of Florida during the past Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman I teeth. A second tooth soon appeared -

!veal years.BOB hive' as their guests their son In one of the cavities but

I rtobeit Chapman! from the University -I the other tooth didn't come tliiough 1

I of Florida over the weekend i the gum. Robert's parents finally

JONES and Mis Chapman's mother I took him to Dr. Love<< who made an

Mrs. Robert L. Singleton of Nashvtllc x-ray pictuie to find out what was

Tenn.. who will make theman wiong The dentist said the pic /CHEVROLETCheck
Comments) On Here I extended visit. ,lure showed a calcium bulb attached

.tmllle.eafter i Mr. and Mrs. K, H. Cox Miss to the uncut tooth. Dr
Love said he operated on the gum
Beatrice Cox and Mr., iyid Mrs I
bulb and the
to remove the permit
Cox spent the weekendAith
Tl !me being: written In New Ralph tooth to : shoal i
'ok'! i ty where<< the writer isM relatives in MonUerde andOt i He ('-ctr' .,.J he f'l.ld fourteen 1't v

', transcriptions for lando, bulb. He
'iospel tie teeth in I the calcium
Miss Rosa Lee unbar visitedrelatives
':a-11" ulcastlng. A large num- I mild the case "made dental history 1
in PoLand during the /
'.:" Hidcasting stations will I ." /

'un fn-mlnute Gospel mosvveek week-end. -- / et
'R'' dm'lnHJ38./ For I - t
.1.. ,tiny years I have been .n':KK( : I.O-j: Ill'I.F:4TALLA1JASSEF. I I U'OODLAWX.Mr

Attorneys .. Osfiir C'lirter, Cur,
i 1" n evangelistic work und -
" "of my thinking on my here said a recent decision by Federal
I GalnesI I :Mr CUll I Hudson of \\11<1\\0011.
""'I 1 ,artiCHlly all of my me Judge A V Lung at
'n. given extemporaneously.aya vllle determined for. tho lirst timeOut was visiting his uncle and, aunt,
I an'l1.l ..... J. H. Not, man, Sun
I.r., ,\' considered it a scriwlbillty school 1 operations cannot he I :Mr
j. to deal with'un. crippled' to pay off general! county day night

'.0') i nuts' und that is what auf i school> bonds Judge' Long'a decision I Mr. and Mrs. MIII''ln'Clod ofJacksonville

.1'1. the Gospel does. The I they !said! reversed a Fedeinl ,/: were visiting her

..0'1"1, is the power of God unto :, Court older. for Levy county I slater, Mrs. Othmu .Norman Sunday '

al'all m Somehow I have never to use half of Its ten mill general .

alien my ministry as seriously us school! tax to pay off $35.000 worth I Little Bernice Denmark. spent yt
do W. J. Iel..dlth.J the week-end with her uncle and l
when I go Into the studio and of bonds by i
;Wk into a microphone which r,'. Rogers and James C. Martin aunt Mr and lIr's.'ade G.iskms I k 1

Jrrles my message Into the re- i The court found that because the of L.iwley. pp
Mrs Oscar Carter<< was shopping i -r A
ailing/ room and there the record county Is limited by law to ten e
',r every utterance Is recorded and mills for general school operations, In Starke Saturday morning.
w be preserved forever. Suppose tho remaining five mills would not Mr. and Mrs. Colson Smith of i. .a i

''should inlsn the tiuth, say the I. be sufficient to keep the schools Jacksonville were<< visiting Mr. und

tong thing, and then die and go going. The court decided that the Mrs. D. Cutter Sunday.Mr. .,,1.
I and Mrs. Feb<< Havis of
'hoaxon and find out that I had county shoTild set aside only about
ert mills to apply Dukes spent Sunday with her parents
a message on earth that might two and one quarter A. ,(rY
:sad' Rome one away from .lesus against the block t>f bonds. At- I Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Thomp .

hrlMt' '' my Lord Who has done so torneys said the ruling would affect son .. ,
Itch for me. more than $8,000.000 worthof Mr and Mrs. J. S. Austin and .

*. I general<< county school bonds outstanding Mr, and Mrs. Durham of Lawtey.

"I think Jesus was just a man In Florida attended church at Hebronn Sun

k. other men," a gentleman told .+- --- day. >/ Chevrolet's low gas consumption .
the liter one time. "You cnn't The motto't: of the various states -- + - I "

hank' thnt Even If think He In the union employ seven langu- Barney Oldfleld one time auto !
'aa a man, you can't think He was ages: Creek Latin Spanish, racer, Is now engaged by seriesof the I /Check Chevrolet's low oil consumption f ,i
to give a
man like other men," I replied }French Italian American Indian American Legion '/
were has never been but one and English. lectures on safe driving.

"teat"M Christ, When we think of /Check Chevrolet's low upkeep costs I
we think of them In
;mpiiion> with other. men. But
hen uc think of Jesus there Ta no WANT TO KNOW WHY SANTY ,
lie''ne With whom to compare Him I /Then check the many exclusive features

Claimed for Himself what no IS SO HAPPY?
/ ever dared I to claim. "I am J) 1

tat!he Rwrnriectlon Light of the and World"the Life"; "I ;am"I t1S JjM41 HKC'AI'SK: UK: MN BIT :MM II ACM of THE CAR THAT IS COMPLETE and you'll know'Ijou'llbe

Uf.lit 'he Way' the Truth and the ; Kill HOTTLK OF

.lth.r\th 'tio Xce'lt man by cometh Me"; "He unto that the AHEAD wft CHEVROLET !
j r I.iI : Me hath seen the Fath-

He 't man take'h My life from ( PEPSI COLA

tt,. tV It down of Myself. I ;

avi, p to lay It down and 1
.* t to take it again.

shunt Himself. Only I .
"J j
Hadonn.i couod have ut-

T('" words. No wonder the I, CHEVIOUTTorode MOTOR DIVISION 0.- al.sr. Sa/.e CDlTllorT.. MICHIGAN Jt ,.

\vi fr ,, 'Never man spoke usI Take A Tip From Santa Claus .

''vvh' t; have had many
my life, but the older I
"Uft't an'( 'the more I think about Drink Pepsi-Cola too Chevrolet Co.

lit i/t' the more certain I :
that I
"'I 1 per' ''H the Son of Cod. I j jI
jyu sly safe to trust Him asa Distributor
In rsonal Savl our Who bore my DAVE SILCOX, Starke Florida ;
s! I 4fr
Hi Ii on the cross With ,
stripes I am healed


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,'ontul"I"0- Acres. mole nr 'less.'V 8er. 24 Tp. 7 8. H. SO J';., containing Tp. 8 K. H. 21 f.:: rontnlnlii Or f S"200. liT. 6 more H." It.or 21 less.'i'hic K.,. "onl.lnlnl by reiiiricat,.,. \,
IH.10 ,
ho I.xe's t" I" ..Iii a .vld.n".1 I 101) Acres, more or lenn. Acres, no. or J..s.Th. ln Hold' lire evidenced and I Hirenent :!,, I i
Bradford County Telegraph i h. ... and t,$ of The I.X..lo be Hold are evklciicvilby laxe to be .. ,' are evidencedbv .crllflriiteH Ilx.'a Nun. ISA and 124 of the, um,1.) 10 i
r by
11 Il''s ; : i
and !
I 122 I 104 y urn Ift29
of NOH. |
iIio\ I certiricatcH .. 101 and 77 tu Ii.-
I :' .n.1 N. ..rlr"'I' and
.nd "I'ln'ly 1930' and 193D: rep-
,r.'s'-n I 13 Put I.x. r.r 1'1. IS.'IO it lid 1935 "'"SI'.clVPI'I I and, rep-I ) : and 19.14 renpertlvely.and I the nni'iild r..I.'llv.ly.taxes the amoiititlnK i t,, jr$t, ?
Established 187; 11' for rvHent for ALSO i
tho Ihe tnxeH : w.
1 for
9 slIIiM II I 1)37.) ..Ih Iticluitive. reMent Ih. ."I' unlUle I 1921)' ) to IH37: lioth I I A
1121 I iiicluHive'iimnunllnK ) ''H In""lv. TP. 7 H. .
a infil I I. $322.42. y'en"'" I !) I lo I Ill: 7, both\ I InclUHlve, i liilIft ra 1 0.10. to 1137. Iolh '' to $: I 6.M2. u 21 I r
.1..xw.rI'i: :! of 1 umotinltng lu $2111.47. $ >. !. ."'"III'1 : Acren. more 'm i. R
Published,. Weekly Fridays and Entered as!! Second Class AL. /e" Snc. 0Tp. : ,l'2':\ NKVJ: i & NW'/i f5i.21i 'I'hll ,,
on Tp S. It. 2n 12.: '.. 40 ( : H. of NK'i' of SW ofj ALSO: IW'nr $I'u, of \.1 tax i Ii. )?
,. .'I.I"'K .. \.10 ,1. S. It. K. containIIHK H. I .'" 40 : !, titV j NWV, by cernriciiiiM I t \ I,
.\ ICHH.The j 1'1 "lnlllK
{ tunIc
Office Stnrke. Florida 21 I It. 21 K i00Aclen ,
0 R
:Matter at the Post laxeM I.I be ar" evidencedby I 20 Acre.H. mortt" lass I A,'"."", more ICHH.The 21)) Tp. 1 ;. o .ir'1 1930: and I 193rentlit : ,-, 'I' ''

.. .. ".. .lo of 1934 re- laxt-n i be nold evidenced lo I In. urn evidencedbv moiH .I .s. I the. nniini.i, 'I!
Th. ,. I"X"I .nl I-ui mild'
..lrh.ul' ; The I Inx '" are "
77 193S' certlflcaleH, X" and 132 ofti i .vhl.n",1 years I 1929 i ,, i
the certificate No.
I I tinpllid i by
.;. L. Matthews! .. ... Editor: and Owner SI..ll'.ly.!taxen tor" HIM yeain 1933 loIH37 I "1'1 I h'< ly and '...I..s.ut thn I'e'I'I I ami 1934) ,..sp..lv..ly.12 nml rrpreHcnt I by cerltlh-nlcH i I I NOH. lull nnd I .r amountIHK i to '. iiALSO
and I 1935: runiiectIvely I ii.d -
1930: t'cpI'L'sl'iit
II I : l.olh I lie III wife, uniuuntlnK to pHlcl tuxes fur I Ih. yearn 11I3U: : I IIt't:' : ii\ : : ; ; 'II Ihoj I I I I the unpuid taxen for I lie : 51 ,, 'x.NH'4 '
fil: I i>9ALSO. 1937 hotliImlilMve.. amounting to yearn : to 1937: .' iHIf.I Sec. II T1| M I
Advertising !Kates on Application 1 I years 19211" lu IH37: 11.lh 11.llalv8. iHlntnu2ii 'I.
NK'i Sbl'i of Sen. Tp. $15.41.Ihii. uliiolintlliK I I. $03.92. A. t i. .
7 S. It. 20) K., i.containlliK: !I2V iC'' ', | % : NW'i of HW'i & 8KV4 'if AI : &
nioru or I.s". I JKKI4 (} S i.'. 2il Tn.I 7 S. It. 211 l'l.t'iilitiuiiiig 11". I S. It. 21 ,K., ..II.11111.1. 40 ," : si, of NK' \VI ('5'I'tiflu.uti, 's ''' '
MB .l'lAM.1ZE; The IIIXCH tn be Hold nru evitlehcMilby MO Act-en, inorii' or 'IOHH.The more or ICHH. NW I NWIl' of HWV, At NWI of Ively, and ,,, "''I ;1
h et'it : 47 nnd G9! .r taxen 'to bt art" evidenced.by .' 'n.. taxes tu h. sold tiro nvltlenceilby SK'IV "K;'. .I s\vi ss or si-i | n'nof taken for t lit- t. i

The Murphy Bill hns been denounced condemned and blamedfor I 11)29) and Ih'.H.: ."II..ly.I and repreHctit 1 certiricntcH Xn.s"lo and 104 off i-erliricalen N". 132 of 1934 renpi HI':' ol1 1. 21' Tp... 6 S. II. UN.,. bolh InrlllHlve, ,, ,i. '"
the ) nud 1934: ,' I und "'1'- I and r tho unpaid, ,'onlulnl"l 341.1. .. morn .r ''s. ALSO: SKi ,"i '
many things and we add our two cents worth by blaming It I Ilia unpaid for I,192 I : I 's''l'lv''ly.' >cilvely, .I..lt evldentndby i xi
are '
192N to 1H37, liuluxlvu' I 'I'eHcnt Ilia for the taxen for the yearn 1 to IP:7.1 Th. I. s.l Nwl I '
for editorials this week well as shortage y.ur. "oli 'Ilmld Non. UiX and\ ir 2 of 'TII" .N.! 'V'l'.
of as certlflfiitcH
for lack our >
space to nil I I VI). I yearn 1928 1937: both' luclUHlve, biitli Inclunlve ...unlnl to $4 HUC, 7 ,
of space for much of our regular news. However If our faithful ... 'tl': KWV, of Sec. 2 Tp. 7 14. 1""nlu" to.$190.64. A 1.50: I Hiy "W' .f Wee I1)' 1111;! uiul I 1934: ..sl..lv"'y.I and rcprweut mining 200) Act -

and other contributors will bear with us II. \) :'K., LMintainliiK 100"l"'s., ,1\"l I 0 MOV, I :N-j! (.t NWV & 0 S. I. 21 Ff ('"uIA\nlnl\ 80 A.r.2'1 the ""111,1 I.x.. for the Tht InxeH tu I In- -.. 1,1", J'by
't country correspondents or" leim.Tho I NIC'ot Stills' of ... 27 '1". 7 8. H. more ,ICHH. yunrn I 192!) to U I :llol"l I InclUHlve I coil hfii'iui s's N.s i ,'v"1'

': we will \try tc be back to normal next week and try to be in position -I t ii, a.'" to be s.1 nru evidenced i,20 K., "onl"lulnK 1.280 ACI-C-B, moreor The taxeH I to be sll1 lire .v:, ."" iimonntlnir lo : ) 1932 and 19,15 I-,.CI,,, ', / '"cl '

to run extra pages If the legal advertisements are still crowd- by certlflcnlcH 53 and S9 of ,."a.I by c.cvtlflcnteH ( 122 1 "4'. ALII: J\ of SKI: | Her. 22 Tp. reneiil I the unpaid ','"'
1930 a IsiS I III.11 rvHpcctlvely I and reliriiHeni | The liixrH lo be Hold lire evldenuud 1:12: of 1931: 1933: ami "'::1 A 21 I :." ,'onl"lnlnl 40 Acren, yearn I 19.11 I II, I n.i7. ,I. .;, ,i"iA ,
Ing up for space. In the meanwhile please consider the circumstances the unpaid,: ; ) taxeH for the l.y cerllflcateH, i I :OH. 79 and 107 ofilliL'U 1 I Ively I a nil ,repreni.nl I ii morH or I's., tIuuiiuuitiflg ]| |

bear with us, nnd be nsHurcd that we are trying to give ) yearn "9 to I 1937: : both lucliixlvu I I nnd 1934 ,.... .cl..ly. nnd rep- I taxes for( Ihe I yearn 1930: lu' .I".f |Tlie taxen lo ln Hold are evidenced' LSO: N C ''xl-'i '
21 $:i22.5$ the ," IIX. for (lie both I Incltlnlve' I '0.,11'I lo $ I : l.y ccl-llfli-ateit' Ni". 1 : and 153 of SKI, of NW?, i W l\- '
the newsiest at all times. .. __ .. .11 u' '
you paper possible IMlTK I Ilnull"K.I. : I : both : & \ of 11)30) I) and I r""I"'I.ly.I I nnd repieHenl TI). 7 H. I 3. 8 fAcrvn
__ ___ ;', ot IW !14 of iCY-. yearn 1928 to 1937, ALSO: /,1'.r : W.j 113 | |; ,
) -. 'l'I 1". I 1. : I I roAcren to $117 I .57. S I., of N !9 TI|!>. II *4. K.' I Ih. ., Ilx"a for thoyearn more or i, ""'-
2"u"lalll"l '''Unl'l
!,: OH t I.K "!.' TAX I I The I ii a... to I be nolil ai'fi, evidencedI n 1. or ,\0: K C'I II'I'I"'ITI.1" I I by i-ertiflcalen I I NOH. HI' and I 21 of !Thu I axes lo be Hold are evidencedbv N\ $', of see 31 '1" or lenn. 'Ulnlnllna $ ) by certiricnleH N,,. ,',? V0'
:NoTlfl-5; IS IIKUKIIY: I1VKN' : t Hint : 19211!' nnd I::4 repporl I Ivrly, ii nil repsearn ci-rtlflcalen ;.. 03 81 and 79 |121 "K., ".nt'"II'I i 468* Acri-H, more The JiVes tu I. .n"l nre evidencedhy .I. : 'h.: K'i(, of SK'i of NK'i: "fSic. 1930: ami I lii.'i: : ,-. si p. i 'I, ",",' '"
Kniplre: Lumber' Company' htm filed i ''r'n'I t ) nnl"'I ii' I .a.. for, I hi- of 1929! I 19:10: 1934 1'.I..eth'y.I ur "'SH. .-..I.lrl..I..H I .. 122. 101 .10 23 6 S. It. 21 I 1., conlainlnK renent I Ito Illlliiil! ,"lU
\l'lIhrl".n request| that the I !1128 to I 1937.' both, Inclunlve, and rcpreHHiit the unpaid tuxen for The taxeH !. be s.h are" evidencedi 132 .r : 1 nnd 1934.: '" 20" AcleH, more nf ICHH. yearn I 1929 tn I in.nmiiuiitliig .-. ; "
tax i-ert If Iciiten 1"1'1.1 with RllnbHciuenl amonmiiiK to S3X7K3AI.Sfl i iR I the )'''u's 192X lo 1937. both InclUMlve. i by cfl-tlficaleH and 88. ofI lively I nnd reprenent the unpaidIUXCH of S."'. 21 Tp. S. It.: 21 '1. e'<>till nIliK to $; .
| Imll.I ,' ', taxenliold : NKI (>f NKI of $"t'. I Tp. ntnounttiiK i I to 1100.lit.I I lul'U' and I 1935 reMpecllvely I and < >>- for HIM yearn, 1930: tn 1937: I ::1 i II I AcreH more or 'IVHH.The ALSO: All Kv: ,
by the HIl' he ndvcrtlned' mid S. I It. 2o I K: rontalniiiK I I 40 .Arren Ai.i(5 .: SW,, of NKV A 'Im.r\ | rHinl: the unpaid taxen !hoI both I I.'uslv.I amounting I to $94.61.i I laxen I be, Hold' III !
Hull) I In tile lllxhcxt bidder, ,. for cnMl mora or lenn. :Nvt I uf :..". 9 '1'. "it. I 1. j I I yearn 1928) to 19,17. both I h ul 'rlsl\ ALSO: SK'i of NW',, of 1... HiTp. fert I If Icnten :-;.. I 166 and 4 lIlt: of fiiiii Acri-n, niori ,., i i '
.. l lloune I Hill :39!,* of lenn.Tli X43.72.: K. 40 19X11 nnd I 1933! :': r" nnd repleneiit -
provided" hy I The laxen I to h. nolil are evidenced containlliK: NO Acren, mfire or l I I" tu $ 6 K. It. 21 c."I.IIIIK j I'"II.IY. Tim
19:17: actn i he "l.cKlHlnlure, Hold evldenc'ed ."nnln\ SKI of NWV, 'leva. I I Ihe ", I.x. for the its xes to I I., .1, ] i ,
I of by certlflcaten NOH. I 11 and *2t> of <* taxcn I 0 be aro t \ I\.r\ AIres, more .I Iii.
real : 21 1929' ; I I !1l't both I Ini-lllHlve I by cerllricatt-n No1930 _' >- ,,,, .
upon I tha f ollovvliiK dcnot-ibcd I I I92H and I linl'! : reaped Ively.1 : and rcplencllt by certlfU'lllvM 81 and 79( of 1931 si-; of Sc 1" o S. H. The taxcn tl hn Hold girt evidenced ] yea i's ) and 1935 .' '
**Hlulf hi I County .f Urndrord" Ihe iiupillfl, Inxen for Hit) and 1U4! renpectIvely' and r.pruMrnt >' cotita I Inln.I 20:1: Acri-n, more or ken.I by certificate Ni". 132: of I 1934: rejnpectlvely "1.,111 to $47.93. resent tho renp t '',""
Stntc of Klurldn' lo-wlt H'j of 1921! to I 1937 hot ii I IncliiHlve.amoiinlinK the unpaid taxvn for I 'lie yiulB 'I'('hi t.x.. I to be Hold are evidenced I and I reprenenl S I the, unpaid l I AljO: N"1.e" NWVi! -'c. 24. Tp.. unpnni i '
, HWt, .f Sec 2i! To US. I II.t Ill' K.ecu. :. yearn lo 174 11'I'll' 1937: both, lucluHUe, KlllounlIIIK | ly ....r'll..o.. X".. 84 und 89 uf I taxes for the yearn 1931: to ID.17, ', 0 I. 21 I';. conl.llmiiK 4" .0. .. years 1929 tu 1:137.: : -i I .' I

.mining I I Mil Acren, more nr 'ICHH.The ALSO: Wlj of .Ir.: I '.f Sec. lo $ I 7.3l.sl.s l 2H! : '...lv.IY..n,1 I I repleHent both I ii,.I lS"" ', ,oulln.I ti) $41.17.1\ moi-o .i' IIHH.Tin nmoiintlng to $.so, () i,.
18,1,'" to I b,. Hold HI1'* evidenced, I o S. It. 20 K: ,. .1' i $ U'II' ( I: '.. of N".r\ ...t. 'T!>. thti unil.ild ho ALSOSW, nt /1', of Sec, 9Tp. laxen to l"* Hold I are evidenced I : NK'i: ..r \u '
: 7
S. ,
hv i-oltirlrnlPH I ;". 1 'nml I of I 111 I'll more, or lenn. 1.1111' f \.s. 7 S. 11. Sll I K ...1'111 l Arfvn, yvniM 192b 'to i 1'.17.: both liicliiMlve, tl H. 11. 21 I N.! .onlalllnK 401 I by eel-uneaten .-. 132 of 111.15 i's- Jt 21 K. ,
11,1 I 1931 I Hiut i i to I I and 1"1'1'1 the unpaid mure or lenn..The .
a "HI''fII.b' represent I The laxen to I be Hold ft I',. PS' 'nioi'u or ICMH.Tim lanuiiintlnK $ Acren, more" 1 I..s. 11.t'I.ly.
Hie I iIiI.i Id I liixcn fur I Ihe yearn bv ccrliricHten' Nun. 7 11"111: S laxcn to be noli! ant" i.\ ldtncedby I ALSO: N lIt of :\ i A H',' of The I taxen to be Hold are ..vl.J..ol Ihu yuurn l')34) to 11)37.): In xe i to I,. i.i 'I.

lf)2K t.. 1:7.!' liolli ,lnclii l\e. nmoiintItiK and I 1935: traIled, 21..1, cerllllcatcH" N,,. 59 of HUi) rennetlively x\\\. of NWVi & n of l\h & by t-erlirlcateH NOB. 122, 1 both isi'ltii'i it'. RI'nlnlll to $29.89. bi certlt'lcntfi, N.. I i. ,
$ l 7.1 the unpaid taxes 1..1' the 1,1 yeurn r".s.nt'I'i29:' ami repreHCIll. the unpaid '.j ofSVV NK'of; S\> I ', .t I, 19.12) and 1934: reHpfct tidy, ALSO: NW'i IW.e Hpci-tivelv, and i'.- ,| "
ALSO: : Si.' S of 'IllMTSe : : :I to: 1937.!\ :both IncliiHlve: 1 i amountlnKto : : ; taxeii for the > cit'S 19:14:1 tu1H37 I of Hec. 33 "'| 5 21 I 10 ::flt'reprenent! t tho unpaid;: taxen for I I NWV $et'. 24 Tp.I I ii) S. 11. 21 I ., e"l. luxeK f-ir I tin- vi ,nbolh i I II

: < VII, |I\: a I .S. ,rr Ii =;! contulnlliK1'n 11.12 HI. I : both .. .sl.l., ainnuiiiliiit.I coiitnlnlnit! I I 220' ACI-VM, more or ICHH."I j, I lie yearn 19.10: to lioth tainlliK:, 80 Acren, morn or ,lenn.Tho Inclunlve, niii'.ui i ,, I..
, h A c.s., ", ,..ss.I AI.SI I : KI.J : of NW'i\ & 1..1: $5.2.l.. he tnxcM I to be Hold are: evidencedby i .".. amounting, to 1117. I 0. Indu-I taxeH t. I be Hold .rIC"hl.,1 ALSO: si| ,,r \ \\ I
'h. I tn\un t to he H.II lire evidencedliv of SW of S..,I I 13 1':1: Tp. S. I U. 20 K.coititilniiiK :. I ALSO: N'., of NH'1: & NWI, ofv cert lflI'at .'. NOH. 85 and 91 of I ALSO: W/a of NWL, of by cerlll'IcateH Ni,.. 170 and 132 of 7 S. I U.! 21 II. ,in, I '
I I ceriiriciitcH N : I I 1134 r".I..II'n'y.| I and reprenentfhi tnxen In I be nold are evidencedby At of SK', of Sea* IU Tp. the un|>ald tnxeH for the more or less I the unpaid. taxes for I he Thu tnxeH to (i*> -.hi, III

:ii r."I tlu* yearn; I1 ii>2nId Th.'certJflcnteH' Nnn. ii of I 193" 7 S. It. 20\l- conlulnliiHT 32U Ail'CK.: yearn 1921011 both taxen tu, 5 bti .ul are cvldi.iici.ilby \ I yearn 1921): ) lo il'I ;:'I7 h.II'1 h I IncliiHlve. by certificate I N., i ,,' -

1: I hOtll InclUHlVt.I IIMIIMIIIIIlIKIn and, 19:1.: renpet I )27.,1, (I ". reprenentthe more or '"11"1 I 1. 1"'IISI'1 rvrliricutuH .H. 22 and (ill:''d or ttiiioiiiiiliin lo 19.11 and 19.15 iexi| i , ,
*SI.78. unpaid taxen for. I the 1929! 'I'h. tiixen t. be Mold, are ii s'hle"c(1 ". Hi, of NW, of 1931': nnd 193: respectIvely mid rep. ALSO: \\, ,Lot 2 Sec. 27 Tp. resent the Ulli| ld II;, v f...
1 AI.Sii" : .\1 11'1or :-I'; 'i 1 of 19.17 both IncliiHlve, amountlnKto y..rl by c-ertlficatcH :-;.. 8: "" I Tl:. u H. It. 21 K., coil I ii I I:: resent the unpaid IIIXCM ("I the 6 S. It. 21 1 .:., coiitalnliiK I 214 Acres, yearn I 1930: to | 37 i,, M I, ,,1,1,,
.31 NewUlver l : ;' All $7" :31.I 19.10 anil 19J4 '. .I..lv"ly. nnd rep- Acres" more or IUHH. ycarn'1930, I : to I 1937, bolh In"uslve. more or lenn. nmounlliiK, to $55.87
I SK'i of Sl'i! \ N of H.ltl r'e Itlvxr, renenl the .nIO.ld. for the I I .The taxes 1,. be Hold are evidenced to The tnxHH 5 nold evidenced ALSO: SIll ,,f NW'i A 11

t I Sec. 33 l'i'. H 8. It II ., ...ntllnlnl ALSONWi, of NI'1'4 I: ..I i Kla, ffNW I yearn' 1929 I. 19.17.) both 11"olv., by "' NUM. 86. of I I omounlnl" H\.r 101.7GI H\,', of Sec. 10 by certificate. h.NOH. I7S.r.and 160 of Nt.iI A W, of S\M i, i
t I w 140 Act-en, '"'I' or lenn.The At I"r 1\ See IITp. .tniouutliiK I lo $700.79. ,' 1112! nud fl'III"ar" 1 I IY, Inn. : Tp 8 K. .. ""IIII'M 40 ( 19.11): fluid '19.14 and rep- 7 S. U. 21 i:., contalui K .,,,0',,
V taxeH t,, i i.COIl',) are evidenced II S. f :., ."I.1"111 I I 100Acren ALSO: N'-j A N'. of SW'i; A rvneut t .1(1 axes for the ',. .\1"., more or ,.... resent the r.sl..tv.ly. for the inoi e ol- lees

i Ii by ,certificate 3 and 3 of 1929 more or len". HWh of SWKxctpt K 100 Kt. A t yeiil'H 192t to 1937: both In."sl.., tuxes to be mild are evldrncetl 1929 to lnloh'I : to"o.both InclusIve, Thu taken tti be noli) ,ip tid.
%tl I nnd 1934 rcniwetlvely' and reprenent The. taxen I.> t.. Hold are evidenced \ of SKI SK1of sEi of Sec.It aiiniuntliiM, to $151.57. by certifIcates :-;". !97. 109 ito I 1.9': > .,1' lo $371.f 1I11. hy cert ifis'sitae No ''i.mil I-

the unpaid taxen for the yearn 1928 by ( .rlt'ol.. No. 27 nud 33 of I 'Tp. 7 S. I. 20) K., containluv; itiOAcren AI.ll: SKi'i' of SKI-: of Sec. H5 : of 1929, 1933 old 19311: l-enp.irt ". i' ."n.nlnl I'.ij: of NK
I. tn 19.17, both I 1..1.I p, amountlnKtn I I 1929';' ,'nn'hl.: unpaid:Icsio'eiiv'ly I: taxes, and for rep-the! more or ., It. 21 K containlliK 4(1Aenea. and represent lh. unpnid tux'n for :-; \ 'tOr NWli Heo. 28 Ttp.r"It relIc Ii I the unpaid I l.ixt-- rryenrn

82:10.03.i : The taXes tu be Hold are evidenced more or IUHH.Thu i thti yearn U2 to 1937: both InrluHlvo. 21 10 1929 tu 5 19.17. Imtli I .,,,.]
." All Sl of NK'i' I H': of yearn 192)1) to 1937.: both "Wll.IV. !''hv certlflcatKH :NOH 84 and 82 of taxes to be .01. are evidencedby amountIng to $50 02. t.. conl"lllla Acres iimountlnK tn $2.1082

I NW ; \ of lOve & SW*i A W4 of amountlnK to 1310.23.: : 1930 roHpcctlvely, and rep- ". : 17 and 119 of ALSO: NW'i of SKI' of 10 At,8it)1: SKi, or .NW' 5:, ]
ISK'i NK of SK', 5..... 84 Tp. II ALSO' : SKI, of SK'i; or Ser. IBTp. nn1h1 unpaid:; taxes for the 1929 UI.rUfel.au.114 r."lv'y. and repriMent Tp. 6 S. U. 21 t:., I.. 40 The. InxcH to be Hold are" -'.I..nc.o 7 S. R. 21 K., rontnlnliiH 4'i' Amore
S. II. 19 K., coiilalniiiK :3411tcree, B S. It. 20 K., .-.n.llllnl 40 I' ymirH 1929, to 1937. both IncluMlvv, < unpaid for the I Acre more or hiss, ..nl.lnlnl hy ""rlrh..I... Sos 176 and 1 or leNs
t morior lenn. Acres, more or 'lenn. 1925 to 1937 both inclusIve, I :H r".p."I.ly. and repIvnent The itt sea to be4olii .
; alnotinllnK lo $1.1 29.51. yearn .,1 1.1: t'I.|
The be Hold' evidencedby
j taxes to are
The I ho Hold, evidenced The t 'a I be are evidenced 1 for the
.3 is sue lo are ,
s"ll 3.3)9. .
ALSO: ALL Kxcept SW'j of a-mountinir i to $8 111..11 I"x. by -tlrlrHti.H| Nun |i lul, I
f, hy eel-uneaten NOH. 4 and 4 of 1929 by certificate 29 nnd !24! of :NK1; & NWof SKI, or S.0.% 12 ALSO: 5i 4 of (tWit Hec. I I! "'1". 6 certificates NOH. 97 and 539 of yenrn 1929! I. .1:17.: both I Inclunlve, 19"1 n-d I 1935: rpnpe.nt.lt 1 ,ini|
11,29! and
19.14 respectively
(I i nnd 1934: renpecllvely' and reprrnentthe 1929 .n,1 the 1934: r..sl..II..I) and fur, r"I..1 the ".\7 S. It. 20 }:.. .onlaln'n" G60 It. 21 K., con'"lllnl 9u A'r.., In"t unpaid taxes, for rep-the amounting to 02.1. renem the uniuild tax.- rnryciii
tnxen for the 1921 renent ALSO NEVt '. of NW'i
unpaid ynarn I. : .
I 1930
I I more lenn.'I'lie or 'e.a. \ lu 19.17, i"' 'iti'| ,
, i, to 1937: both Inclusive I amountinglo yearn 192S to 1037. both Inclusive.amounting I A.r.s. taxes "I be evidenced The taxeM to be Hold are evidenced y..r 1128) to \37. both In"u.'ve.' Sec. 29 TI"| I S. It. 21 ., cositalnlng ftuTu'ilinllisf to $57510! .
.' I $791.41.! to sol "I' I.l Non. 89 and 531 of '.lounl.1 to tn.1. 200) Acres, more or lenn.The AI.SO ,
) \ $191 bv ccrtiflcaten M and V3 of y certificates : SKV, nr M) ,
.. NUV of Sec. 11Tp. .
; :
; ofNKI :
.I ; AI.SO: NI-J' l1 N\/ S ofItiver ALSO: :NKS I )SWi 1930: and 1935: and rep- and 19:16: re".1 ve')', .n. rp- 6 S. R. 21 f K. 40 taxen to lie sold are, evidencedby I S\\ i Seu. 20 Tp. T S I: 1
L I of See. 21 I 6 S It. 20 "K. r..I..lv..ly. rontalnlnir'
See. :35 : ,
Tp' -
\ contalnlllK the .
I ,
1. '' rcneiit .h. lax. for the ,, li. tax. leHH. l..rllrh'"I. :-0. I 180 and 163 of talnllig I 80 Arren, nun .i I li. ,
.ol'.1 Acren or
, ,i'I I The! taxen 200 to Acren.he nold more am or evidencedby :lenn. I .1..111"laxen so to Ac.be I Hold.. more are evidencedby or lenn.The \ yearn 1929 19.17. both Inclusive years to 11I37: buLk 'Inclusive, I I The 1"1'. to be Hold are evidencedhy 1930: .ild I 1934 '..sl'.lh..ly. nnd repreHent Th" taxcn to be *olu \ji Ii.Sty |.
I ,
I to $150.36. the unpnld taxes for the c-ert Ificnfen Sos 2 ,1 I r
In $1.128.119.ALSO r
) .. cert (flcn NOH. 3D and 35 of l)2land !) limolinl lug ."ou""I& vtirllficate :NOH. 91 .dIH of
.: ..rlrl.al.os.: 0 and 5. of 1929 : SW-, of Ni'2'.u: A XWH, of Wiv of NWof' Sec. :9I 1929 and 1934 ..und yearn 1929 to 1937: both Inclunive, 19o:: and I 1935: i-eni>eiii\I ,mireient
and and reprenent I 1' renpectively. and reprenentthe K. I 0 S. It. 21 B., contulnlns 8U r.s'.lv.ly. .17.1.24 the
13 r..sp."lv"b' for the .t4.Hiu of Sec. 12 Tp. 7 S. It. 2(1 IT. resent the for 1.1 Hliiouiitlnfr to unpnld i i.\> rot
the the yearn, 1928 unpaid taxnn yearn 112. less. more or lenn.I tax. ALSO SW Si29 1929 In I9J7. !it. 'li mil I
un.old ,
coiitainliiK l 50 Avren more or : yearn
1921 to "':17. both ''ndu"" N\.t 11"
( to : bolh incllinlve, I years
. IncliiHive
lo : .
: ."ounll to $1:7.1 X9. .lo.nll"1 I The taxen to bv Hold tire evidencedty I The taxes to be Mold ,are ",'lo"n".1 I $ 8 S. K. 21 .. .11.1"110 40.1... amuuutlng to $135.47
. ,1 to U90.01 63 of by : 90 and I .107rOEh I less Sitid tax cei't lfit'iils't' 'i.a.'h.T
.' A .. .: :NK'i of SK'" : Ser. 35 Tp.S. AI.SII, : I' of SK', of Sec. 21 Tp.H ceitificaten NOH. 66 and c.rlrle.I.oa. and ( ;iI"INtw: < SWV, of more or
,J G 19 t:. 40 Arren, S. It. 20 i.... conlnlnliiK 1931: and 1935: r.sl..tv"IY. and rep I liiC'J 134 res..clvo'y. for represents 8W.i ...pt 2'i Acres S\V ('or The InxeH lo be Hoh are evidencedby all nubnetiient| omill.-d ( i I
'o.I'ul.O MI'r"s'l i the for the tile : and Iil2 of taxes will be nolrl M hIti
lenn.The more rir lenn.Tiie renent 1",11 li. of Sec. Tp. 8 14. H. 21. Knnt.. containing ...rlf..al.0.
: .
more or
both Invliinlve years to 1937: both 1931 ls'vl ', nnd bidder al I the f(iurtln> !', iloStarke
: ) rrpreHcnt
} .. texaN to be are evidenced tnxcn I lie Hold ,,, ev (dentedbv yearn 19JO I. 12 Ind..lvo.1 7$ Acres, mol'l or '0"". hl.a :
01 uiuiiunl lOg to $13560.AI : to $160.50. I unpaid taxes for Iheyearn on Ihe 27th d.n i In
by NOH. anil I 5 of 1930nnd : ) : 3: and 527 nf' I 'LI1Unlnt The taxes to be Hold are evidenced I Ininoiiiutiuig '
.rlrl..lle. SU: XK'i' ,':x.1 NK'i of \ SLj of SWt* of K.c. II.'IO: both In"I".lv. her A. H. 1937 ui 1
I! "I.e'I".ly. und ,reprenentIhe 19.10 I: ; anti repicneiii I I NK-V Situ of SK' A ,Hid of :NWV4 6 It. 21 i'J., con'al.lnl Acres. hv rertltlcnten Nnn. 139 an' 141 of I",: $55.1 I A. M.
unpaid 'Inxen
the for thayenrn l
;: unpaid hiteare 1929 1 < : ICHM. 1930! : and rcspec.tIveile. And represent of Her. Dated this the hll ,1rcmber 1
.L 1929 1 both .. of 13 Tl.>. 7 51 It. 20 t: contulnliiK n: 13 AI.SO: WL.J Ar SK'i
to 19.17.
to 1 1937: both I iliclunivu I amounlliiKto I .
. .. Sits 54.AI.SU nmountliiK to $131.92. In"IIsh. 2SO Acren. more or lemj.The taxes to be sold, are evidenced\ i I I th. unimld" tvrn for the 30 Tp. 6 K. II. 31 .nl.lulll 400Acren ) A. I). I 1937Ofr'lCIAI :

I :S of : & : ofi4w14 VLSI I of NW & laxen tu be Mold are nvldencedby I by "*) Non 100 and 105 of yearn 1929 'to 1917.) both ,n",'" or ... ( t'1
SK'i : K'.j ,
1 : \ ; NKXi : .n "H. I. : .
; I 81 ot l'jll and 19.15 111 St \-
NI, Sec. SW : of SWi 1.t1'of SW i1 ", SW'i ..r'lh."t. : si., of MWV; of .
: : ;: .. and the for the Clerk of <'li-cint .mi I
. I ::1!:> I''I S. I It. 1 19 K.\f": I Ii I I 100 :24 Tp., li S. It. I ""lnl"llK 520' :. 1930: "ld .p..l.lvol rep- t.x. Iiuluaivitenutintlng K'-j of HW'4 Kxcept 10 A hy rertlflcateH. :-;.. 181 and I 140 t.f llrndford foun1 K ill;
"Ij the for theyenrn yearn 1931 to 1937: both > i
. .\""-" ." lenn.The .\,.o.s. tanro ., .. recent Ullllhi tnx.a I for. See 6 S. II. 21 1930: and I 19.13 r..lv.ly.. I I and reprenent -
j "I to $75.HO. 0-31-12-4.:
4 in tea evidencedby '1'1" taxen tu nuld are evidencedby 1929: t. 1'37. both InclUMlve, I : mInIng I ; 901.J: ", more or ,lenn..con.1 !the for .theylsi's : -
;1 :: : ALSO: KKV: of HKV, of 4 | .
) certlflcnteH I 5 of I92A (- 35 and 20 of ,, ummintlrtK to IIA I..c. 1929 lo I :; hot Ii
I 'S.'l : ..t.s N.. I The be Hold are evidenced i ihy In.l"s" .
.. ALSO: :NK1-; A N'WV of T|>. 6. H.I' H. 21 b! 40ACri'e I
; ., .n,1 1931: ... I 1"'I".s.n' 1930 ., :: .sp..II'.I I !9'. nnd "rcnrenent IJI ,lenn.The "oltalnl"l I certIficates NOH. 143 and 144 of Imn.nlnl $644.64
NW N ', of SI f Seo. 13: Tp. move, or
the unpaid tnxen for the yearn 192.i the unpaid; ,liLacs for the.veaiH :"h.2 1930 and and I \0 :NKViir S'. of SKI', Ser. For
1\ ,'. 113i. hot Ii I InclUHlve* amountiiiKAl'.St I l*>29 and 19.17 both IncliiKlvc.amountlnK 7 S. ( K contalnlllK 160 Acres, I taxes to be Hold nre sviiienet'dby IP3 resp.clv.ly. for represent the 30 6 R I. :21 K., ennl.III'1 240.Acrs's
\ : hI $ Iii. I $8.17 52. more or leHH.The .rll.&I.S ,ios. lOt und Ut of un"lld .,. lenn.The .
. 19i; t : mU"l ChristmasShopping
'. .. 20 f taxcn I I be nyld' lire I I L 9:12: ald reHpecttvvly, "icarecent ) 'nr' b.th 'n"lu.'v"1 be evldenri-d
,. ): NWI & HW',1\\ of 1\,1. A 1.11": A I Sec. 25 Tp. d S. 11. Ivld"I.t \a nmountinK $187.14 taxen lo s.lo
1 :3'1 'ri". H 1 S. It. 19 K.. -. 201 K., .I M I I II Aci-en. more by e'.rtlfI'att's. No. 64 of unpaid taxes for the. ALSO: SEi.. of NW' Kxcept 10 by certlfIcnten U nud 140 of

t (, AcreH, more or I'.a. lenn.The "j npei-tLvely)., .10 1..1..1) the unpaidtaxcn I'yiiarn 1931 to 19.17 both ''Iclu." .\.r"H In SK for" & ., t.f SKV & 1931 and 1935: respectively. and reprenen4 -
to 4I3.U2. IW
|i\en lo lire evidencedt.y taxen to be Hold evidencedby fur, Ih. yearn to 11.1. the unpaid taxes for the
; f 'I'h. 1. .oll ,. 1..l.lll 5Wt4 of SW. of & SUj of
'1 certlflcaten I : .. and 7 of 1930nnd : I cert iricnlen' :-;.. :tH and 27 of I both I InclUHlve I amounting I NKL, .. NKI',, < NW'.i! of Sail' of HKV, of Hec. 14 Tp. 6 S. 11. yrni-H 1930: to 1937. both Inclusive,
1, 1934: I ,sl"1'.1)I ', and rcprenenttlie I 1930 I : and 1'ii."i: r"s..1 I v.ly, and reprenenl i "inx.25.Al. NWV, A :NW. of. SKi of I.: 4 Tp. 21 I':.. rontnlniiiMT 110 Acre'moreor ) amouiitliiK I I to Sto2.110.
\ unpaid the yearn 1929 Hie, I litxen for the ."': \'I'.r SW'i of Hoc. 1.1 6 S. It. 21 t: "1.11"1 Arren, lenn.The. AI.SO: All Sec. 31 Tp. 6 H. R. 21

1 I', 19.17 bolh I inilunive, iimouiilliiKALSO yearn I 1929: lo I 1917. both Inclunlvit, Tp. 7 S. ':., containing- more' or lenM. In ass to lie Hold are evidenced 10., conlalnlnK 640) AcreH. more or
I" 51.411 lr. snttpitliir to $1.02X00.ALSO ; Aci-un. more or IOHH.The I The 'taxuM tl be Hold are evidencedi ,by cerliricalen NOH. 147 and 149 of leHH.The (? i
I Sla, of SW K.... I Tp. 7 : NI': '/i.r NK'' I SW ofNK'i tn .." to be Mold are evidenced i certiflcuteH ::... Ill and 126 oft 1930 and 1934 nml rep-I' I lax.-n to be Hold are evidenced
1 S. It. Ill I-:., ,',ulll"I"1 ItO Acren, : 1 Si''i: of :XW I NW | of bv certlficatuH NOH. oil and 64 of 1929 .nd 1934 r..clv..ly. and rep- resent thc r.sl..II."ly. for the hy certlflcateH NOH. I M2 antI I 141 I ot

. 111crlIE ICHH.The SE '., Me,.. 2(1( Tp., I U. 21' K., i 1930: and I 1935: ....I..lv.' und repriHeitt I reeenl Hie Ilp.ld I"x.. for the yenrn 1921) to unp.I,1 I 1917. bolh S I I 1930: and 1935: respectively, and rep-
1, taxes I. be Hold lire evidenced CoiilalniiiK I IGOcren." more or lt nn.The tin' In",1 I..a) for the yearn IH2X to 1937.: holh InclUMlve, amounting to $190.13. 1.1..h. reneul t lie unpaid laxen for I the

h,' ct-rliricaten NOH. a and 8 of I 1930; taxeH .. be Hold are. evidenced yearn 1929 to .. ,, InuliiHlve, "",.unlnl lo $339,84: I 1. ALSO: SKki of NE'4 W Uj of I IXKIri yenin 1921):) lo l !>.'((7. both InclliHive,

1 '; and 1931 :rr-npectIvely I 1 nnd reprenentthe I by i-iM, "iti't lee X".. 28 of 1 1935 ruHpectlvely amount IIIK to $94 HIALSO I ALSO: NS of NK"., & SEtS of : & NWISWi ci 8 .tliu, ts ,it lug to $ 1 lOH.r> 34

: unpaid taxes for ,Ihu yearn 1929 I I I and I rrprcHi.nr the unpaid: ; NW of %r.lol's.1' ; I I NK',, of teeS Tp. 6 H. It. 21 K., ) ... 1W"'... 8 ALSO: NKI, i4Wi'J( of
. I. I"IIJ ;, both\ tnclui.)I,', amount IIIKlu taxen for I the yearn; :1931! : lo 111:17: : of 1> K'Hi S H of Sl' fonluinlnif I I 1 20 Acren, more or leHH. Jlr. 21 HW":.. 1 1"e. Still Aiiex t, 3i1.1i1 5t,'(..3'2 Tp. 6 S. It 21 K., con
I $1711 I :iu. I.mil IncliiHlve amountlnK In 173 2u. Tp. 7 S. II. 20 t:., ...II.lnl.1 12UAcren The tuIxeil: to be nold lene'vilent'sd i more ,less .onl.lllnl taming 400 Acres, morn or Isis,.
AlJillSW; I' SW'-i' AJ I I-:', of AI.SO: II..r NKI, AT :NWf.f more .I ,less ( by NOH. ((13 und 127 of The .tnxett to be sold are evidenced\ Tlie lIlies to be Hold are evidenced
\ SW' & NW ..t SK', : s,.,- 2 Tp. 7 NK': ..* NK'i I; SW'i ofNW'i : The Cut xli. I. be .,10 are evidenced 111129 c..lt.Ol..nd .respectively, and reprenent '''by cerltflcatvH Non. 14!) and 1.11 of by rertiricaten NOH., IH3 and 142 of

. S It. I "K,. ..."1.1,111 111n.) .-a, At Si. "' ,".' IIW" of s1!: 'I.S. I., I.yr".I'. :-;.. d8 and N2 of | ,JH unpaid taxes for the 1930 and 1934: and rep- 1930: and 1935 reapedvely! and rep-
' mure! ... 21 Tp. X S. It 21 .nl.ln.I 1930 ii nil 1931: r'sl'I'Y. and repienent i yearn 192H to 19.17. buth InclUMlve, recent the r..lv..ly. for the resent tlie unpalif taxes for the AS KOK
.1 J The (n %ot. he Hold are evidencedhy 440:: Act en, more fir I bias. I' the .ld for the9'eui to $234.99.: I I yearn 1929 to 19:17.: both Inc-lunlve yearn 1929 to 19.17, both IncluHive, AS WELL
cel-tiflcnleH I N.. 9 II Ild III of 1929 The taxen lo lie nold are (11.ne"1' ra t929 lo : both I..uslv. .nunllK '', amonntlnK to $970 68 amount luff to $671 76 YEAR ROUNI> MIOPPlWE
% ofNWii
1I. .f N' &
LI lid I 1934; :. :i-enpiM-tlvely.I anil reprenentunpaid I 'I by ...' .llrhII"0.I : 31 nnd U'\' I .m"nlll, to $ I I AUSt $NH1.3 of HWS HW'i'A ALSO: KVj of \V'4 of Sec. 16 ALSO: K'.j of NWI4 Sec. 32 Tp. KX KI'TION
the lit acM for .1 the yearn I IllJH and I I 11.1 .I".tl.ly.I a lid .'.r..u I IHie I Kol, NK'4 A KW' ofNKI l Wx""pl Hlot Hec.H. Tp Tp. N K. U. 21 I ";, .. 80 6 S. It. 21 K., contalnlllK MO Acren, OFFER
".i, tn 1117.! : both* lnclur l\e, 1",1,0 I unpaid I Ihe yearn I I A K'A of NW; of Tp. NKU, of I I 2"0 I I 1. ,,: Airen. more or less .nl.lol.M more or ICHH. GOOD VALUES IN < LOT
21 contalnltiK
to AI. tu I'J.17. both Ini hitchItitiotulil' lug 7 S. ,It. 20 K. eontulnlnK 20U ArIes: II. J-2.t o.'r"H m"r. "h. taxis to be Holtl lire evidenced The taxeH to be sold are evidenced
, AI.MO: \ of :fiK' t of K.... 2 Tli.. to: $711033. I I more or lenn. I ,less.The i.I. by i-rrtlflcalen NOH. 1.13: anil of by certlllcaten NOH. 142 of 191A renpectively. ING AND SIIOKS.

I 7 H. U. 19 K c.n.lnlnK 4 o ,\"I''S. AI.SO: SWI of .1W & 1"r The taxes be sold are evidenced taxes to be Hold are evidencedby 19.11 and I !9** lashed, Ively, (11 I and rt-iirenent Ihe unpaid
: I more "I teHM.The SK' Sec. 27 "'1". I S. It. 20 ., bv cerllficnten N.. 85. 8: and 65, I certificates Non. 130: and 127 of'' reneut Ihe unpnld taxes .for tnxen for the yearn 1934 to 1937. Choose this Store
: tnten S lo lie Mold are I evidenced tainitiK XI ,\.s. more" or ,,". of 19.10. 1934 and 1935: l''SI"'lv'y.' Lose and 19.14 respectively and rep.resent yearn 11:10: tn 1937.: both l''r. both IncliiHlve, nniountlnK to $52.29.
., it'1 by certifIcates, No. 10 of 19.14 re- The inxen to be Hold evidenced, and reprenent the .ox.s the unpaid taxeH for the amounlliiK: tn $110.82. ALSO: All the Krnc'l of SRl, of FOR ALL VOl'K C'l-OTHI
\ Hi...1".1)I and reprenent tho unpaidtaxen by leriiricaten :Nun. :lit'! und :31 of the yuurn 1929 lo 1937.: both InclU yearn 1929 to 1937.: both In"'IV''j, A 1."": of 5wL4 A :NK'/i NI'S!: & that portion of SWV, ofNK OBSKKVK H
1 for 1.0 yearn 10.1:1: to 1937, 1929! and 1935 renpet-t and rep- I clviuiiotuitlng to $560.97.ALSO amounting to $295.95. I IALHO I SW, w' of HK: "c. Ill. 8 *>, lyhiK S K: of Cornelia St., NEEDS AND
, both Inc."lve. A""II'1 to .15.22. l-tinciil the unpaid' taxen for the : W'" of NKMi A NFL. of : .qrt1 of HXV'i It HW,, of 8 S. 8. 21 I':., conlliiniiiK. "440 "er.a. nccordiiiK I to pint of Sri iil'sili fity, MUCH MORE VOI' CN B
" .\. t ,' : NW % o( > ..a2.. 1'117.: lout. Inclunlve, NW cif Hue. IS Tp. 7 8. K 'I SIS'-: A Hl-m of Her. G Tn. |I I'r lenn. Ac Hint portion of NWV of sEt, STORE L'Ol K T
.. Tp. 7 H. It. 19! "1., contnlnlnn'o '' 'I'Inlx I I.15.7)1.) j i i'l" i'ont. .lug I 120) Acreti. mor. or lean. 6 S. K. 21 K. containing. 120 .Aires, I"The taxtn to be sold' evidenced lying N of s. A I.. Ity. & M & K of AT THIS
:A rn's" morw or ICHH. .5 : 'i or NW'ti of Sc''. 2' 'I hu taxea to be Hold are ..Yld"nc"dhy more or lenn.The by cett itt,. tea Non. I5u mid I 118 of <'ornelln St., ME Hint portion of NKH SAME MONEY t ll' lI
, The. .laxen tn I lie Ni I itt are evidencedbv 1 it t S. It 20 K.ontainlnic 40 certificates N.. 90 and 84 ofi taxes to lie Mold are evidencedhy IH3O and 193).' renpecllvely, and rep- of Sij'C1 lylnx N of sold Ity Hxi'eptpu.t >T.MKISPENDING. >
,j .' .I.h..I.. )OH. : and, 1 2 of l 2nnd acren, inorb or, |.HH.TliH :lIt(9 and I IlKM rtiHpectively I ; and repreMent certlficnlen' Non. 117 and 127 of (I I r Hent I lie uniinld taxes for the Ion owned hy W. I IL Ciilley. BEEN ACt

I I. 13:1.: r".elv"ly. .nl repreeenr taxen to I. nuUl are evidencedby I thi unpaid taxes for the 1931 and 1934 r"s.\v.ly. tinS rep.r yvnrn I 1929 I : inclusive, $"c. 4 Tp. 7 S. It. 21 K., contaIning .
I' "n".hl I.x.s r. yearn certirioaten NOH. lo and :33 of ). .U.s 1929 to I 19.17, both. .', "Henl 'the UII".hl for the amounting l'$ Ai4.1..lh: N l Acren, morv or less
I I 1925 tn 1937. both Iwlush.. amounting I 19.19 and I 1ii.: :i" renpectlvely.I and reprenent amountIIIMT, to $311452ALSO years 1930 to 1937.: both ".h'sl.. ALSO' : N Kxcept: NWU of NKV, The tnxuH tfi be noltl are evidenced
. lo NIl 51. : the unpaid laxen fur theYeats US, of NWU Of SEts of nmountliiK to $18261ALSO Kxcept NK' of: NWAr %WU ofSW hy cerilflcaten NOH. 201 and 167 of STAR

ALSOSlu nf NWI & I K'j offVl I93H to 1937, both Inulunlvo, ..... 15 Tp., 7 S. It. 20 I.., containing. : SKIof NH'I ', A K'-j of.8W'4 AV NKI of SKV, of S,u. 17 19.10 and 11)34 respectively i I and reprcHenl ,
of Sc... 3 Tp. 7 S K. I I H.: amountlnK I to $9t.: 30. lit Ao-en, more, or I"HH. A SKi., ,Kxcepl HK' of HK',1, I I 1 Tp. \ S. It. 21 i K.. containing Silo the uuillutil| tax n for the WORKINGMENSTORE
I t'ontahilliK, : IfiO ArreH, mot.. "r let .. _% t.$ ': .V, of I..I: t & S'.j of 1 The taxen to lie Hold lire evidencedbv or Hec. 6 Tp. 6 H. It. 2 t:., ('"nllin. Ai-ren, more or hs. >ejirn I 1929! lo I 1937, bolh InrlllHlve,
, I. Th. luxen be Holil ,"'. evidencedbv Loin 3 & :3 S of Itlver Sc,'. 30 Tp. let till, liti's No. 85 of 1934: ... InK 210 AcreH, more I. Th. (ii ass be Hold are evidenced amounting lo $ iS2 84.
I cei-tlfli-ntcH. x... Ill and. I 14 of1I2I 0 S. It. 21) "K.: containlliK I 120 Acrcn, .1..I".ly. represent the unpaid 1 The taxntt to be sold are evidenced by i-erliricaten :-;. 153: nud 120 of193i ALSO: NW!', of NKI & NWV, &
,1IPH\ : ..1..1".1)I and I rei- more or lenn.The lax.n for "no Ih. > ..1. 19:13.to"1137.: : l hv rerllflcnten 1". 131 antl 121 oft ) and 1935 '.. I 9', nil reprtHciu NHi of HWV, t, 14 P.' t, of SW'., See.
leMent I the unpaid, taxcn for I lie taxen t. be nold are evidenced linlh lucluHlve, .n t I DM II.I I 19:: r"sl'I.ly. anti repIhe 'h. I'hi.sl..II..I: .for I thytarn .1 Tp. 7 S. It. 21 K.. contulninK 320 Starke, Fla.
yearn 11135 111:1: ;. nth I It.Iitalvuasi.siitlig -, I.)' cei-tilicaten, ;.. 41 I and 43 oflt'29 ALSO:; XW ,ru Sli" Jfa'! ofS S rsisesil nllllid I.X" for S the I 1929 C 11 0 I 937. bolh.x". .i iainountliiK AcreH. liuil-v or IHHH. .

tn 1385.91. and lil.,4 ..I..lh..ly. anil \> l, N of lOser ..... 'Tp 7'rf. 11.2o I I y."r"29 to 1937.) both In'I..I. to $6il) 18. 11'11.IV"'j The taxes tu be ssII| | are evidenced
A I.$( I: ,K'i ..r s \\ I, :-1':' ofSWl renent the unpalil 'Inxcn for 1'1'.1 )I..., ...nlalnlnK I I 120 Arrt-M.more .amountlnK tn $417 6H. I ALSO: K'i, of SWi, & :NWVi

,.*.- HWi of MI-Ji t.f )4..... I Ifl Tp. yeurn" 1921 1 to 1937, both, I Inclunlve, or I.... 'I\ I ALSO: Jt'.r NrJi-i of J.. 7 Tp.il NK'i NK'., of :NW of 1. 17
R It. 19 K., containlliK 10 Arren, amuunlliiK 1'. 42511. 48 j Th. taxen to be Hold are HTldencedbv S. U. 21 ., 401'' Tp. 8S.. It. K., 180Acren.
or lenn.H'he Xu Loin 2 .. 'St of 2 "ol.lnlnK
more \.0: I..r 31..r ..r'I..s.H. 7. and ,mfire or lenn.The more lenn. t
, taxen to be Hold, are .'.hl..d I Sec. 30 Tp, it S. It. ., 1929 lH! .osp..lv.ly. amirep- rnxen li be Hold are "h. taxeH I."I I be are evidenced' FISHING CONTEST WINNERS
by ....,.1.s I :S.c. I 12 and I 15 of ."t.I.lnl I I 70 Ac-ren. more or ,lenn. i 1-vMe.iit unpaid fon the l.y certificate. N,,. 109 ot .vll.n.1: hy certtriclitcH ..l.l.. I and 120 of
:- 1 1121) I 134 .sl..lv.ly.I and rep- I.x.. I. he Hold ,,. evidenced ]I yearn Isi-'x to 1937! ; both. luclunlve, | nnd reprenenl I. 1931: and 1935 rcclis.'slsely.! and rep.renent .
l' renent ii.. r>.1 HIMyeain by cel-llllcaten, lioN.114 o'f lIstS! Venpecllvely 05111(1 Ii t lug to $292.29.ALSO > .1'.lv.ly." for the 1934: to.ID37. .. the unpaid tnxeH for theyearn MUST I'IIZT
I 142H 1917, both. IncliiHlve, and, replenenl Ihe unpaid, I Iluxen 5 In HV of f.ot 8 y.ar. I
: Aires both to |I I lilll! I. I 1937.5 h.lh I Kla.
In'II.lv. .
atnini It lug tu $1|S N.4.'I' for the yeain, 19.14 to 19)7,1; of Sty A N of Itlver of 1,". 18 Tp. $Jt RI.Ali4 ..UIII'1 amounting lo $ In.I.v. 12 Lb.. 12 Oz. ---C. L. MAY Hampton.

A 1.11: SKI .. "I'i: of 5-... II I bolh, liidiinlve I it unnU lit I itg to $3 4..'.N. r H. U. 20 K., uuntalnlnK J'Acre", I -o: NKj of Nl.j A E4WI .rl i] : 1'.t' 13.4.,10 A Wa of ( One Shakespeare Meter Reel )

'l'l 1'.. It. 19 I t:., cnntalnliiK 40 ALSO I NI.J of Lot II of Set. U 1'i'll more or lenn.The INK "-, A "ul'!:% of xxx' A t:'. "fj1HVVV4 i'i I ;\i .... I 1 '. II 1\\1.. 21 I.:.. conlalniiiK .
\ .Acren. Ior,1 leiM.The U It. 21 !12.: contalniiiK 41)Aclen. I.x.. to be Mold\ are evidenced I of Sec. 7 Tp H. It. 21 K., '. I i I Acren. more or lenn. SECOND PKIZK
I'x.. I. b. ...1'"ld.I.,1\ more or, lenn.Tlie by cei-tirtcalen / 235 of 1933 reHpectlvely .contnlnliiK I 320 ACIVH.t mure or lenn. The, laxen lo are S I Iby
I .I by ...'.lf..I.. .:-;.. 1,1, :: .r : tiixen I. I.H a.l. are evidenced I I and reprenetit th* tinIIHnl I The tnxen In I be Hold are evidencedhv i rertlflcatVH 1. s,11. and. 11.1..d j 12 Pounds-. A. SIMMONS Miami. Flu>
\ nnd 1'11:1: :! ,.. 'I..I I;. ii," "reprenentthe I by tvrliricnlen' :-; 43 nud :35 ol Inx.'. for the yearn ,(8311 to rerllflcaten S. 132 and 119 ofi I .1.11M.. '."sl..I"y.1 I ;| 13 repI I I ( One Shakespeare New Classic Reel!
I 1 I unpalfl I.x. r.r I theyearn U:1 I : I 1929' nnd I 1935.! runpcctlvely.' I and reprenent I 19:17: both I Inclunlve, nmountliiK to i ISI30 and 193.1 r..I."v.ly. antI rep- I 11:1 the unpnld taxes fur the

I ,, I .17. both InclUMlve, a ",,"1"1 the unpaid ,taxen for $I 0.52. recent the fur the 1930 And 1937 bolh '
: I : tu $74 75. yearn I9J I. I 1937.: bolh ". ,tt.-. xt.r NKI., of Me"!. 20 yenrn 1929 19:17.: both..inclusIve\ 'i itr uinountliiK, < to $203.83.: 'n"u.lve. THIRD PRIZE
''j 1 1 ALSO: :N''v of N\V'. of Sec 12 aiiKMintlliK I t'. $92.25. Ih"l T,... 7 S. It. 20 ,K., containIng 40 I anioiuuitintc $517 91, !I ALSO: Nt-j n of I 11 Lb., 14 Oz.-H. V. KNIGHT, Starke, Kl.'
I Tp., 7 S. IS. lit:.. "lllalnl'l *0Ad'en A :I.-ii: : \ I.. t.r Loin 4 8 of .., .s. nio-e or less I I Al. 0: KH: Kxcept NK' of SK'i1 of SK'x, Ser. ID \a. I .H11', ( One Classic Reel )
I more fir I. 31 Tp. II S. It. 20 K rniilallilnic The taxen ,. be sold are evidenced K'i of WU. -f Her. R Tp. 6 S. II. I colilnlliiUK Sills" Acren. nutrtt or I.s.
'I I I'ItI.... to OH nold are evidencedbv Acre, "'"I' or lenn.'Ihe oy eft-tinea. Nan. 72 and 94 of 21 "1., containing 440 Acres more" i i) The taxes to be Hold nre avldenred
:, certlflcnten 1 :. 1.1 and III of 1930 5 I.Ci's tu be nuld are evidencedby IU29 and 1. .sl..lh.ly. and rep.renent nr lenn. by .certIfIcntPn Sos 151 and 123 FOURTH PRIZK

I and Ih:1:1 r" ",,'lv.ly.I anil reprenentthe certificate No. 35 of 1935 .. .11.t, taxes for the The tnxen to be Hold are evhd.uics15v ,I .r !:30 and I93S: ri'xpnctlvely.' nndnent 11 Pounds---A. H. JOHNS SUrkP, KU

I I '' the yearn 1929 npet-tiVwlv iy, and leprenellt thtf unpaidlaxen yearn 1J 131. both invluu.Is'e.I. rertldcaten Non. 121, 102 and I I I" '"'' the unpaid taxes fur'' the
to !M7. both Inilunive, amouiitliiKlo fur the years 1934 19:17: .iiu.... ..11 $ air of 19:1: !. 11132 and 191(1( renpep.llvelv y"Ar. ISIS to 1937.: boVliT One Shakespeare RodhElFru )
11.1 $ Mo' 71. both ",'llstv. nmountliiK lo $51.71. A LaO SS-j of NWV, and NK' of nnd, the unpaId to $741.112 Inru"lv.
.t I i' ALSONK'i of SKi" of See. I.I .AI.SO. ,\1 Sec. 3: Tp, d M. K. 0K. H M.N of 1\.1 KxceptNW taxes for .r..r..nl 1930 to I 1937.both : l.n'I.'I.:$ "tnK: ,K'j of NWI, W-i or'' PRIZE
7 rt. 11. 19 K.: contalilltiK, 4qf. .. 040 mon.r of !Il: of Si-c. 7 S.It. I Hut.
'1' .nl.III"1 A..s. -, > 'rl'| Inclnwlve, "nnultnO to $2H2.M:I : 1 K'of: 1\\ C, of Si. 19 Tp. 10 Lb., 10 Oz. DR. H. B. McLENDON. Stntk
f. Acres, more or lenn.The lenn. 20 K conlalnliiK100 .
f- \.H. 'more AIJSO: WL..r '. 6 I. It. 6 S. 21 K.. .containing 210 Acren.//
Ii. taxes to b. Hold are, ,"lo-n,1 'I'ho taxen lo I lie; sold ore evidencedby 01leHH.. 51 K., contnlnlnnT ISO A.'"'". nor. or (ni.ill' ,... ( One Shakeapeure Net )
1 t_ by certirifHtoH' N,,.. n and in .r I :3Imid certlflenten. :-;.. AO nnd :31 of i I 'h. lilxen I lo be nold are evidenced I The tAxes to' lie Hold, evidenced
, I :1'31 r."lv.ly." and repruncntthe 1930: nnd 19.15: renpi.ctlvely nnd I reprenent by eel uricalen '0. 73 and 95 of IWMH.The taxeM tn be nnld are evidenced by certlricnten N.. I "I'.nd4 of SIXTH PRIZE
I',. II II,tIlt t.x.. I Ih. yearn 1930lo : the unpaid. I"x.. for the 19J9 and 1 IU34 l..I..llv.I i and repreMent Iv cerllflcnteH N". 133 'and ((133 or'I' \:1: and 19.1.1 reflectively., and rep- Starke Ma
il I I 11 al:I7. l.olli I InclUMlve I amounting yeurn I 1929 lu 19.17.: both, I 1".1.. the unpaid lax.. rl the 1930 nnd ) rennectlvely and lep. ... the unpaid lutes for the 10 Lb., 9 Oz.--CHARLES DARBY.

.'. ttmoiinrlnu $1,0211111. yearn 1I2!' tu 1917 I both IlK-lunl, renenl I 193 Ii lili laxen for I lie yearn 19.10! ) I. I 19.17.' both I InclunivcIllliollllt I I -, (One Shakespeare Slim Jim)
II i ,i'I: 13 Tp. 7 K. K. 19 containingt "\\ i, of 3D Tp II S. ., of SW4 of Her. yearn AI MO :' of
H.e. 1. 1. \.11 IWl. 2 unionntinHT I I" $26 4 22I > : S,5L4 & of PRIZES
[i 40 ACIVM, mole or lenti. "O"L".II'I luO Acri-n." mortt ., Ivnn. T|1' 21 12., ,'"ntall.nl I AI.SO: NKof SB'', of See 9 si: s-".. 1 Tp. .1 ;:.,'o.'0"- SEVENTH H''

I The taxes to be Multt Hie I HVldenceillv 'h.. .. I be Hold U"U evidencedby .\"s. more, ,. ';". 6 S. U. F':.. .."'.Inlll 40 I, tnlnlng Aires, H:1" .r I. .. Lb., 14 Oz.DR.. J. W. BROWNLEK. Starki
1. certlfleateMon.. 1 and 2D of .'.lf.s. .: .. *.1) nnd 4il" orI9tl tnxen to he .,10 are evidenced 2 l.s. The taxes he nnld are evidenced ( One Shakespeare Johnson Spoon!
I I 19.10 and I Pa r.ol..lv.ly, and rep : ) I .I..e'I.ly.I and replenent by "11111'0.: 71 and 98 of Th. ""I'to be nold are evidencedliv by certificate ",,. 124 of re. ,
...s..nt the "nl..lo fur the the .unpnld .. for,' I the '' 1929 n'n': :: :r" v and rroent certlflcaten.. Nnn. lit and 112 ot ,,' .n.1 r."r".nt IP3r unpaid -
t yearn I Id I'll I 10:7.: both I Iliclunlve\ yearn 129 lu I93: >, bi.lll InclllnKe, the unpaid taxes fur thevearn UIO:| and 1934: rcspeitivsly. nod reprenent taxen r.r the ) 1 to 20. I93/
.nitpniInif to ,9n \ I amouulInK i. $441 I "". IU2M to I lt.17. both Inclusive, the unpaid tuxen 1.1 the litl.: l..th Inclunlve, ..1. 113 loAl The contest ended November
AI, >'i4I: MI: of Sec. 13Tp. .\.1": All t.1 .:'. or :NK'i" i .InnIIMIIIIK lu $ 'd.21 years 1929 to 137. both Inclunlve, nn."tllt1

, I L .. 7 S 'WI.r K.: roiitalnlnic 80 l'L ss:' A of NK1,, ..... I ITp. .\.1 1'.r: .-; %%' ., of its.., 3 ami"ti"tinK tu $73 A3 i.li.: SUj of SKl | of Ser 1 19 Tu. There 73 registered
'I A. 7 S It. 20 K.: 41 lii Tp. K.: were
t I t' ." morv or lenn. "u.I.I"1 I tulutuiunhuig ALSO: NW-1 of PKV of Sec 9Ti. 8" II. 21 i K. containing IQ Acrenmo
I'' 'j The taxcM tit be- Mold are evidenced Aires. molt, .I I... ArIas more or less :. 6 H. lt_ 21 I':., l-onlalnltiK I I 40Aren -' or "''' 938.
. l.y i-ertlflcnte No. II of 1921 The tHxen l*> be nold nre evidencedl.y The be Hold New I. '
i' i : renpectively tuxen to are as 1.uc..0 more or ,lenn. The laxen I.d.. nnld are, evidenced contest starts January
and. repienent the unpaid I l.y celliricaten S.. 44 and 51 "t' hy Certificate No. H'S of I V4 .. The Inxen tu be nold ape evidencedliv by certificate I N. | ; ulllil.'l
t. I ii ace for, II" yearn I 1933 lo I 921. 1929 ,and. I 1934 r..I..lh.ly. nml rep.lenenl .,...lv.!. nnd reprenent. un .. NOH. 122. 104 and of 11.:1.: |'3l und. UI.: 1:1 renper.lively .

9 liolh In."sh.. umoiiotliiK to $1111.111. .h. unpaid I IllXen for I Ih. .I 1111.1 I. .. for the yearn 133 lo 11J fr.r'lrl..I.. and 1931 renpeetlvely Ild reprenenl the PHARMACY
4 9 ...: S'v.r NVVlj SK' ofNUl yearn I9JH tu I-.I.I7, 'both In llli.lv, 19.17. both- lucluiilve' amounting toSWs 1.1. 1132 the unpnldritxen Inxen tIn9'eutrs 1 S29 unpaid| CANOVA
I- NKi: or SKI, of Sec II 'Vt". uliif,uiillllK I li, $9*)I 9. 451.7.ALSO. for the reprvneiil yearn I03U to IQ:7. h'h |IM'I"VI'| amounting. IU7.
Hi.> 19 s: ci.i.ti'ii'ii'tr I 1 HID' Ac-e, AI.SO N"t .".I':' l tl., or : of N-Ki: sr.i of I Ineltmlve. I t. $11 -". to

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