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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 17, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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fiji'G'1f'SIXTY- STAHKE.- FLORIDA. FRIli.XV., DECEMBER: __11, 1937 M'MltKU: SKVEV -I 4


FACT SITE i i BIG CRANE COMPLETES JOB HERE 3CLUBSSPONSOR NEGRO PUPILS SHOW HOW II FIRST AUCTION


:; Seen here Is TO MAKE SOMETHING FROM NOTHINGIngenuity

-'' y' the giant crime

(fOR NEW SCHOOL r..:.4 "h "3rJii err: the loading last one trucks of of negro school pupilsIn various colors made admirable I UNDER NEW ACT

the at "some- backgrounds for the furniture.
county making
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to haul limerock
; t'aA, ,t. ..' the Road 13 thing from nothing" was again Scenic exhibits that attracted
MARKED on
10 BE : ''' r TREE CONTEST attention were a replica of a Seminole HELD SATURDAY
,, re surfacing displayed in a two-day exhibit last Indian village, a real mlna-
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-4 1- project between week in a vacant building at the tore log cabin set In a field of cotton ,
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here and
Lawtey. corner of Call and Walnut' Streets and an exact copy of the pow. )
Criffix Says Stakes Will Doing the work Woman's{ Club, Rotary the er plant and water tower at KeyI I I County Net $.1 FromTax >\j
Although! average person
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lie Driven Next of the several big scoop men, and Chamber of Commerce would think there is nothing more stone There Hflghta.. were odds and ends too';'' mils Amounting j\j\ I

Tuesday seems almost human Offer Prizes unattractive and useless than the numerous to mention but includ ; To $,179.79 ;

'') in the hands ugly wire-grass that thrusts Its ing such items as candle-holders'! ',

BOIRD AUTHORIZES of Us skilled operator ALL ENTRIES MUST HEAT thin sharp blades from the wuo<'l- made from pine cones, bed spreads' I N T K It E S T DISPUTEDUNDER ;'

LOFOR BUILDING p bt' !.I ir'et trucks, HO rapidly filling LEAST: 1FT HIGH ed sections in some parts of the from boxes flour, sucks book'!, ends and, vases etc., ,made jewelry I,I M U K T II Y ACT ;

I that a big fleet county, skilled but amateur handsof attractive by covering a foundation ;1 a

stakes will be driven Into the ,"l s I was kept running A grand first pilzr <)f $8 Is being young negro students had fashioned with a pulp of paper torn Into I Netting the county a paltry S3, j

pound definitely locating the I } 'ft "'f,cr ; ( almost continuously offered this year.....r the prettiest from It gaily colored hot fine bits and mixed with a flour I,' delinquent tax bills amounting to ':

tint unit of the new elementary T i, b e I and most attractively decorated dish mats and baskets that belied paste Thin pulp becomes "a.>! ; $379.79 were settled in front of ,.

school building, at ten o'clock next twcen the S. A. i outdoor Christmas tree In a their humble origin. hard as rock" and Is then painted the court house here at noon Saturday I

Tufsdf morning Supt. A. J. Grlf- L. Ry. siding and contest sponsored by the cooper. Also on display were sturdy any desired color.Altogether under provisIOns of the Mur't'
tali,) yesterday. He expects I f6 the location of ation of I phy Act. '
fij the Woman's Club, Ro clothes baskets woven from "oak It was a very creditable 'i !
that actual construction will begin ,: >j. the work. Although ta ry Club and Chamber of Commerce strips" and seeming just as sub' exhibit and showed that our 1 Three parcels of land i were sold jl '

('January *, The School Board rev the rock Two other prizes a second stantial and almost as neatly negro boys and girls are being i at public auction by Clerk of the '",'

''tafly completed financial ar- '',:. is all in place, prize of four dollars and third made as the ones on sale from fac taught some very useful things In I I Court A. j: Thomas. In all three

nugements] for the county's portion ," ..,.. v=, i U. '1 probably two prize of three dollars, are also being tories. The long, tough strips their schools 'Instances the owners bid $1 above
of the building which will be ....' lc; ,j more months given for the second and third were cut by hand from oak trees L. F. Chapman, superintendentof I costs for the certificates Clerk's

constructed as a WPA project Itviii :;'t f it' w',::,"., ;; s l ,;. will be consumed prettiest trees. by some of the boys.In the State Prison Farm, addressed I tees, advertising costs etc., ran

be built in three units, each I+'" a.it"f' t,} tk'I at 3fMw by priming The decorated trees to enter the the furniture line achievements the negro teachers' associationat i the total amount paid by the own- w.I .

coating around $2 ,OOO. tJ.J: "iI.p"o'. .! ,.;. ? and surface contest, must be In Starke, mustbe were truly remarkable witha Its meeting in the court house I; era up to $47.80 but only $3 of

At the regular meeting of the I treatment. outdoors, though they may be library table and chairs made Thursday night of last week, and this went to the county for taxes.It .

School Board on December 6, the on an open porch, and It is required from lard crates and a neatly up Dr. John J. Tlgert, president of I was the first auction held

following; business was transacted: that they be at least four holstered boudoir chair that In its the University of Florida spoke to here under the new "low dollar"

It was moved by W. C. Manning NYA SELECTION FLORIDA FARMS feet high. Judges will be mem- original state was nothing moreor them Friday night. Both men I law. The county had refused to

and seconded by E. J. Lewis LIBERALIZEDNOT GET A MILLIONTEXAS bers selected from the three or less than a nail keg. Rugs I made Interesting talks along educational offer the certificates for sale until

to Jive H. C. Wall the renewal of ganizatlons sponsoring the con woven from bags and then dyed ; lines. mundamused by the Empire Lum-

insurance policies which would ; NECESSARY FOR BOYS LEADS IN BENEFIT test and their decision will be fin ber Co., of Jacksonville, ownersof

spire December IS, 1837. AND GIRLS TO BE FROM PAYMENTS FOR FIRST al. Winners' will be announcedsoon SEAL SALE DISCUSSES I large acreage In this section.

The Board designated The Florida I WPA FAMILIES I TEN MONTHSThe after Christmas.. The next sale-a big onewill

Bank at Starke as The purpose of' the contest Is REPORTBONDS FARM BILL begin at eleven o'clock this morn- 1 {
Depositoryfor
There are many needy boys and Bureau of Agricultural eco to stimulate Interest In having Ing (Friday) when around forty- .I i
School Funds.
County I girls in Bradford County betweenthe nomics In Washington reported outdoor Christmas Trees and to GOING GOOD-MAIL McCLANE TELLS GROWERSTO eight parcels will be offered at !

The Board agreed to refund I ages of eighteen and twenty- that Texas led all States in the spur contestants to use the imagination SALES REMAIN RATHER WATCH OUTCOMEON auction. ,

ose-half of amount of insurance five, whp are not married, or,who amount of government benefit and decorate trees that SLOW TOBACCO Still In Court. ',:

paid by parents transporting only I are not going to school, who will payments to farmers during the will show passers-by that Yuletide I In the meanwhile this much-
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!Heir children to welcome the Mrs.\ J, M.\ Alvarez chairmanof "Bradford County farmers who
own and from good news that the first ten months! this year. spirit is not lacking here. disputed law Is still keeping court ,
xhool Families affected by this I former regulations governing the the Christmas Seal bond salesIn Intend to plant togacco for the I all '
the state
The amount was $35,585,000 No formal written is over working overtime
or entry
ire: L O. Jones J. S. Austin and I i I' selection of those who could workon compared with $23,734,000 for the required. Trees need only to be Bradford County, has announced first' time In 1938 should not to decide various points that
the following : .
Jack Goodge. These policies have NYA projects have been broadened progress
have arisen its admin
same period last year. Paymentsto decorated according to the three pledge themselves to a demonstrator concerning
been authorized canceled and it is to Include hundreds who up all farmers totaled $355,000,000compal'ed The Bradford County High istration.
I simple terms already named and or fertilizer until we
understood that the board is in nouy I to this time have not been able to School Is working for a school company .i
with for the
$232,000,000
I the judges will Inspect and grade One circuit judge lias: : piled\ thatassessor's
find the result of the bills
liable for children transported secure work on any of the NYA last bond. The primary grades have can
same period year. trees as they make their rounds. and collector's fees must
In this manner. work projects. reached their quota. Mrs. H. C. which may be passed by Con
be paid In advance
Amounts paid! to farmers In oth by applicants
J, C Yarbrough instructed I! Formerly only those Hitch's second grade room won gress," County Agent T 1<. Mc-
was I[ young people er States for the ten months I lor sales uiu'er the In .v, while Attorney '
period COTTON the prize of books for Its library lane said yesterday. "The Senate '
between the
lo stop driving his route and ages of eighteenand this and last General Landis hm given
year respectively
Frank Norman will be ]I twenty-five who were members offered for "going over the top." bill and the House bill are
given $5.00 ; GROSSED $28,000 It as his opinion that they nevi
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per month to transport children I of WPA families receiving I The Lawtey school, almost with quite different In many not be paid. "
I I Maryland $1,498,000 and $733- out solicitation, has taken a $10 However, as they are both
to and from school effective December commodities or other forms of BRADFORD CROP TURNED waYII'1 On another front Judge Elwyn
I 000; Vnginla. 3288.000 and $1- bond. The school is who has not
20. I public assistance were eligible for OUT 250 BALKS LAST Hampton expected up a man Thom of Fort Pier ae his decided ;,
I NYA 252.000; North Carolina $12.099.- to take a'$10 or $13 bond. tobacco prior to 1938 will be tax- '
employment.A :
SEASON; i that tax certificates
It delinquent ;
was moved by E. J. Lewis
,, I 000 and $3.901,000: South Carolina The R. J. E. colored school Is ed fifty per cent of what he getsfor '
and seconded by W. C. Manning to I recent ruling broadens the which were less than two years .:
$7,472.000 and $3,445.000; Geor- Sea Island cotton In working for a $10. his tobacco when he sells It," i
growers d
pay C :M. Howard an additional grounds for certification and in old on June 9 could not be redeemed -
112 90 per month for the remainder -, addition to these former groups, I gia Florida$9,786,000$1,133,000 and and $5,408,000$638.000; Bradford County grossed mound The Board 1 of County Commissioners Mr McClane explained. under the law. His decision !'

of the term. young men and women may now :)I ; $28,000: from the 1937 crop County the U. D. C., p T. A. and An amendment Introduced by went directly; contrary to Judge J. #" .
and
have NYA jobs whose family Income Kentucky $10,937,000 $3,588- Agent T K McClane, Jr., es- Woman's Club have bought bonds Senators Pepper and Andrews and I 1C. H. Koonce of Tuvates, who said t r
Nelson
Moore was appointed is below the subsistence 000; Tennessee $8,227,000 and $3- tlmited this week. He placed the and the Rotary Club is considering added to the Semite' bill was: No I certificates could be redeemed if

wbititute driver for P. D. Redduhs standard. 025,000; Arkansas $10.336,000 and total production here at 250 bales taking one. producer who began tobacco production they became two years old during ;:i ia ,
route by motion of W' C. $5,180.000: Louisiana $7,099,000 135: of which were ginned at thecoopriatlve in 1937 could be reduced
I Mrs. Alvarez says that the sale i the life of the Murphy Act which 'jI
Manning seconded by J. H. Mooie. Boys and girls of Bradford and 4236.000; Mississippi $10-
in Starke,
gin of bonds Is raising the amount more than twenty per cent, so lull( ( cease to be effective June 9,
County who are from families that 363,000 and $6, 55OOO Alabama
0 C Ielley was appointed as]i I ; Air( McClane believes that the from Bradford County consider. those who grew tobacco In 1937 ,11939. The argument will probablybe
do not have sufficient income to $9,949,000 and $5.909.000.
trustee of Brooker Junior High meet the necessities of _. acreage planted thin spring will ably, but that mall contributions should remember that their goalIn settled later by the Supreme
School succeeding W. B. Webb. ordinary I - equal the 1.053 acres of last reason are not going In as promptly as 1938 will be probably ei hty percent Court
life, can now apply for NYA jobs.
Widows, pension was approved Applications can be secured from AGE PAYMENTS It should he planted not they should. She urges all those of that grown In 1937. Interest Date Vague "' ,
,for Mrs Daisy Pringle. I later than March 20 he said, and who have received seals not to for- "As I understand It both bills Another disputed point concerns .r'
Mrs. Bessie Burns of the Board of INCREASE
The Board authorized borrowing':' Social Welfare. blamed the late planting: of last get to send In checks for them by 'have included In them a piovlslon the date on which: Interest penalties .' ,
no .V to finance the first unit of' I season for the short crop. next week. The sale ends on to exempt' Sea Island Cotton from become effective under the ,
TOTAL DRAWNBY
tie new elementary school bulld- Even though the head of the 205 OF CLIENTS$2,662 HEREI The heavy rains of August and Christmas Day. taxation." the County Agent stall ''law. Some authorities have given

Iug: at !;tll I ke. family has a small private job or I I IN NOVEMBER September were another factor --. "All of these provisions! and the Interpretation that owners of t h

The Board authorized payment Is farming for himself if the income contributing to the shortage last SEWING ROOM amendments as well as the bills I Income property sold under the ,

of teachers on December 17 to I is below the figures set by I I Bradford County's old age assistance year, Mr. McClane said and expressed themselves may or may not puss law's terms could redeem only ,

enable them to do their Christmas the Board of Social Welfare the i payroll for November was the belief that the rains' GETS FUND Congress, but it Is well to bear In by paying three per cent Interest

bopping., boys and girls may be certifiedfor I" $2,662,00, according to announcement and the late planting did as i much I I mind, If they do pass, a man who annually from the date of the first l'

-. NYA work only. I I from the headquarters of damage as the boll weevil which PROJECT NOW PROVIDEDFOR i has _riot had i tobacco on the farm i certificate against them ". ",

ELLIS ,, This offer will be kept open only i| the State Welfare' Board In Jacksonville was kept fairly well under con- UNTIL LAST before 1938 will be unable to plant Earlier!: It |hud -,been assumed +

I until the quota for Bradford County OF JUNE any unless he wishes to be taxed that interest would accrue font a

WILL RESIGNCHIEF Is filled. Those Interested should! The number residents of the trol.Mr.. McClane urged all farmers The sewing room project for fifty per cent of all he makes." I Ilhe delinquent tax sale date. --;
: fill out their as soon I .
application
I' county receiving assistance Was I who have1 not already done no to Bradford County, calling for the "My office will have the Information Under the new Interrelation, ,
JUSTICE TO HAVE 'us possible so that they may be
205 and the the old stalks left In these bills the one legal source explained, If a
given as average destroy the appropriation of $15,671, and em- on very minute
NO PART IN COMING I'I approved befoie the quota Is I II I grant for the county as 1299. I field. They should be burned! Immedhctely ploying ninety women in five they puss In Congress! until 1927 tax certificate on other than >

CAMPAIGNTALLAHASSEE. I.I I closed. I With all\ of the twelve welfare he said. rooms located In Starke, that time we can not give any def1'nUe | homestead property was sold' ', the

chief Jus- e I I districts of the state now fully I ..- ton, Lawtey and Graham, ttamp-I Information as to whether anew properly owner would be liable

bee' William H. Ellis will retire Hear Talk On Peace staffed those entitled to old 1 age TIMBERCUTTERS proved this week by the comptroller I glower will be entitled to I for Penalties totaling thirty percent .

"from the Florida Supreme Court ,,: Frank Deering, Episcopal I :'assistance are being rapidly en- general after having received grow tobacco or not," Mr. McClane even If he; redeemed; Immedlately. ; -

bat ypar after nearly a quarter .Church rector of Crescent City, 'j oiled, according to announcement FINED the approval of the president and concluded!, ,'homesteads, The act provides Interest on
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(century of service. ,, spoke before the Rotary Club here of Clayton C. Codrington state the Budget liourd In the early part shall run only from,
I A welfare commissioner. The number SHERIFF: ARRESTS TWENTY- of the month. A telegram from the sale date.
i member of the high tribunal Wednesday' reviewing the forces I
line KIVK NEAR: HAMPTON Receive Recognition \i j I The supreme court already liar '
January, 1915, Justice Ellis that are at work for the promotionof of grantees has increased Congressman R. A. "Lex" Green held the I
onuunced his plans for retiiing World peace. Among these from 10,838 In July to 20,214 in THIS WEEK: Washington disclosed the fact. Dr. H. n McLendon, past post- Murphy law constitution
I al. The
"Ia-t week He said he would are: International trade; the I November, the total payroll from Bradford County's Jail here was Confirmation has been received commands', and N. D. Wuln-: decide whether court, however, did not t

1'ltMI'Il\\' Immediately from a League of Nations; the great Red $125,24074 In July to $323,003 in filled to overflowing,for a short here by office personnel of the wright, Jr., adjutant of the Jones-' date from Interest should

rsmpaign for re-election. I I I Cross organization; and Rotary I November, and the average grant' time Tuesday afternoon after WPA and the project is In opera Langford-Whlte I Post American j i certificate Issuance or from of Its the sale original ,,
I I under
I I The BG-yoar old Justice said rev International Itself. For a few trom $11.56 In July to $1598 In i Sheriff A O. Andrea had arrested tion. The project as approvedwill Legion recently received testimonials terms of the {'

"rrenre of an eye ailment would months several years ago Mr. November, Codrington hald. I twenty-five men for cutting timber probably expire the last of of appreciation from the national redemption measure.
,nst permit I I blanks for. aid to June, 1938, according to Miss Ruth commander In view of the - -
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him to make the cam.palgn Deering had charge of the Episcopal Application on a tract of delinquent tax |I I '" j'
and continue his services to Church here and he was greeted the blind have been mailed to all I land below Hampton. The timberwas Johnson/ supervisor of women's (j fact that membership In the local ONLY 6 ":

|the comt by many old friends Wednes- districts of the state and are being being cut for a paper mill at projects In the county and Is an post during 1937 surpassed the I .

|-He said 1 I day. Also enjoyed by the RotarIans filled out and filed In the order Panama City, It was said. extension of the project In opera- average for the past four years. I SHOPPINGDAYS

"to hilt retirement at this time at this meeting were musical of their receipt, Codrington The men were released and went tion up to this time. --.--- I

giVe' plenty of opportunity to numbers by the B. H. S. grammar, further said. As soon as the plan back to work following paymentof --- -.' CCC EnrollmentAll t i

Others who may want to enter the school rhythm band, and the submitted by the State Welfare $108, which Included costs' and fives Children's Hooks A

rare'FOrm'r school girls' glee club. high I Board to the Social Security Boardat delinquent taxes on the land. Mrs H. H. Young, librarian, young men In the county Interested -.
district In In the Civilian
Is approved enlisting
Senator Washington .
FUlth Truman G .- this week announced a gift to the
of will to Conservation Corps are askedto
boards begin pass
Leesburg
and Circuit of the books from
following
? library
Ja'lge'' u'wyn' Thomas of Fort /* Rare Book Here upon these applications. Indications Majority Will CloseIn Miss Gertrude Heerlng: William register at the welfare office .
PiercE: have the state WPA of the sightless here on Thursday December 23. i'j
announced for the For some reason I are that some an advertisement In this Issue and His Friends; Racing on Eagle _,_ .
roe preme court 'In group two, the office has a "hunch" that a copy and near-sightless may receive of the Telegraph a majorityof Eye; Allisons Girl; Skinny, the --- ,

Iy ill which Justice Ellis prevl 'i! of "The American Siberia" Is owned their first checks by Christ- Starke business houses announce Gray Fox; How a Tree Became a Services Held

had sold he wonld eeek rev by someone In Starke. It Is ma. their intention of closingall Toy Village; The Little Garden- I 1.1
hon I said that there are only two copies Old age assistance payrolls for day Christmas In spite of the erg George Washington S. II. Dodd of Ml lakes, will ,J
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--c. I cf this book in America. The WPA December are being made out at fact that it falls on Saturday this ... -- preach In the Christian Church "

City Collections has written Mrs. Miriam Klckllter state headquarters as rapidly as year the busiest day of the business here Sunday, December 19 at 11 j
City Good I employed on a historical project possible and will be forwarded to week. A few stores did not Townsend NoticeOur o'clock In the morning. A hearty I

'''lay Clerk Carl' Jones said yexiini -- here, askng that she try to locate the office of the state comptrollerwith sign the agreement and it Is not regular meeting next Monday invitation Is extended to the pub.i i

that $-1.000, representing ,;1 tne book and have the owner donate the request that checks be known whether they will clone all evening Is very Important. lie to attend. TILL CHRISTMAS

Unt. Occupational license pay1"nnj | It to the state library. Do you mailed In time for holiday whop) day, purt of the day, or remain Plans for aggressive work will be -------'.-- ---- I

Was collected by the city I| have it, or know where It Is? ping. open full time. set forth, also a nominating committee City Stops Selling Oil-

November A large number' --. -- _. ..-- .-..-- --- Is to be appointed. If our
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e paid' up to take advan- E. Davis Births If no egg rattles when aha ken, It people could only realize how vital The City Bond Trustees, meet START Bl"'I'U0': :: "' .\.NDI'.tTRONIZE
L tbe four percent Charles the Townsend Plan! Is to our national ing here Tuesday night, decided "
\ Eddie Norman, Indicates that the egg Is not fresh. I YOt It IIOMK
and Mrs.
her i"6" then, he '! alit was Funeral services for Charles E. Mr. December 14. he I:; air space Inside the shell has recovery they would rally I that the city would stop selling '
single of Hastings, were held last Highland, girl. meeting will help bring fuel oil In competition with localItllltrltJutc.rs. I '
month'. collect r Davis, Polk Brook become large through slow evaprntti.n. to it. Our TOWN STOKES::
since he > survived by a brother Mr( and Mrs. Ed: S. .
hat Is
He
t' been In office, week. '> this about. .
Johns December 7.
said Morgan Davis, of Starke. er, girl, *


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Automobile Urea now cost one- The world's smallest flowering suits, table and two chairs stove I' .<. of Mtorlthnll owning, one 1028 eertiflt'atetl and 1933 N'u., ,., ,

\'j. fourth us much and last ten times plant Is the Wolffla which has yellow -i LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS pots, tea set guns boots and a I j of pir HI tent oik' or If more not owned of total by Hinount a corporation. resent lea 7. both taxes Incluxi for respr' ,"tin,, ..:'

ua long as those made 20 yearswgcx flowers so tiny a lens is need. big wugon. the names and addresses $7194
I and 'g
Charles Edward of the Individual owners mum be
I ? ed to their structure. i ALSO: RU of NW .
see ,
I owned
If hv a firm
KJv" romluinv -
1,11, John Benny Sapp Rr.'lIon 14 1 1'?" s n ,, <
Theresaa Fla, just bring me an air rifle, some 01" other unlntoi i>oratid tonIITII. talnlnll' 20 Act',.., i'j
Dec 3, 1937 fruit and candy. : 'h.I. ", name and address, an well I I The IIIXCM to |,r. said no, ,. ,
UH of each individual member. ,
by ,
Fla certificates d''' ,
Brooker. "
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Dear Old Santa: Your friend i ; must l>.. KUon ) ",lively. 'j I 'I" ,
and ., '
Dec 12 1937. I 1I.: U. Matthews, HtulkiFla, nun" u'' ,n.' '
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WANT TO KNOW WHY SANTY tax..t""lh"'I'" '. m'' .
I am a little girl two years old Rodney Hall :a I Thill the known liiiiKlholdelN. Inclusive 1", : 1"
Dear Sunta Claus: and othei' HIIUIUIIIIIIK' ",, '.. '
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mm tRUKVi nituiltyholdeiH
cioll that AI.HO .
Please bring me a big : Nt. u' "' 1\ ,
I'm little girl nine years old. | owning or holding 1 perreal WIl. Uxtetit '\1"'
a lots of fruit and some Statke Fla a ; NI.I.: III x I\
can of total
cry. 01 mole amount of :
i J) s IS SO HAPPY? candy. Dec. 4, 1937 I go to Brooker school and um in'' baud. MIOI' gal gee, ol olhei. net ill.. Acres 14 Tp, more US. H or ti 1 l ,*-u\I'J '',,,' ,:,.',:L n
Mrs Sewell Is | Isles are: (tlf I there alenone. HO
9. M Your little friend Dear Santa: the Fourth grade. Btalelh.) The taxes to In. N,"i.1"i ..,. ,

{ J r mX'I'S anT sun A Carrie Mae Hall.Theressa I am living at the same old my teacher Please send me a I,I StiuUe.. Kloildu Fin Mark lit Slmko, maa'aiui lijii'Vu'r!: : ; ,." "..I 1, ,:'
doll dishes a \ I i "i
I C .'; 1 place that I did last Christmas. I Shirley Temple I 4 That the two t plu'u| graphs. next resent the laxen 1 I'm,, ,II", ?" i
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ItlO Fla. not the honor roll this large blue ball bicycle pencil box al>o\t*. tflvlntr the. naineN of the .761131j.I.h? 111"111""'. .." ''''' t
am on
"MAIHO
u. 1 uw'liel'a, ntoi'kholili' rn, und Hvtuiliy'
Dec. 3, 1037 month but I will try to be next some randy, oranges apples [, ItnldeiH, If any, ,"shin not only I: M'.l',, i.I'| VC: : |:', ,,I "L,
Dear Santa: story book a doll house doll table, I the Ilea of Htm.kholtlt. .'IM and Hiuurlty zi'Vi 'omUahVlnw": ", 's
: 6rr month. I want a big wagon a a Baby Betty doll and a Betsy holders, at they appear upon' the :. lie, .\,, ,, ,;.
I um a girl I 11 years old. Please bookH of the company but also| In
: PEPSI-COL remember I want a wrist watch cap a pair of pants n pair of VVetsy doll too. CIIHN \\heie the Htot''kholder' '"' HHtuilty lees."u.l | ,
BOX, a roll of fire craokers some Your little Friend holder appeaiH. upon I the ; 2N'Io I ',j' II
this year. i liotikH or the company HH trustee or speetlt'ely, 'anil'\ nineni'" i :11.
J Your friend. brazil nuts candy faults a pocket Max Prescott III any other fldlulaiy, lelatlon, the1name '''pail! !U"B.r"'' I Hit M .u. \\I.

i. For Only 5 Cents Margery Hall. comb a blue tie B. B. shots pencil for whom of the HIIC pel n bootee mm or IM corporation acting" IM .''ti'II.of: 63,21.hnlh IlKltlxlM. |II|, |Ih|, I J"I...,,,!v'

box a lunch kit with thermos Brooker Flu, given UMO! that the Hiiid, two paraKrHpliM ALHO: .S\VI4' of ;1\\; .,
Theressa.;;: Fla. Dec. 11, 1937. icintaln' HtuteinenlM, emlilaiIIIK '. SHU. 22 Jo:. e."I/lIIlnl. i I' :,
bottle a set of tools a bugle und af riant'M full know Indue and l 10.- more 01'( leas. 1
1 ; Dec. 3, 1937 boots. Dear Santa : hot aM to the t'li,'i'nniNtmit'PH and 'rt", IllXeM to llll 81,1,1, ,", .
Dear Santa: Im a little girl two years old. condlUtinN under \\hUh utoikhold- I.V Illtltkul No 2\0;| "r. ," '"
Take A Tip From Santa Claus Love ere, and security holders who do notappear Hlivtllvelv ..,let ."H',
f
I live down South, but I'm stayIng lepiiH." I n h, '
. I I know just before Xmas is the Ernest Lavender upon the books of the tompanv taxeH fur the M-UI- !I"IS] i ,",{
: meanest time of all for boys 7 with my grandmother IIM liiiHteeH, hold stink and MeiruiltleM both. inclusive, '''amotinihiu, eq,;
In a capacity, other than ;
Maid lax tviiirifuii" ,,., ,
,
Drink Pepsi-Cola tool I Ij years old. You .have to be so pesky Santa I want you to bring mea i I that of.. boon fide owner, : and' IhlM llll HIltiHi'quiMU .oinlll, r "| .n.", I I.' .",
good there ain t no fun at all.o'or Starke Fla. negro doll that cries a tea set I' affiant haM no teaHon, to helie\e tnx.n will .Im Hold t?, n,' |hal'," i
i'that othei iiHMoclatlon,
any parson ,
liklihr .
at the .
If you get up to any tricks someone Dec. 0, 1937 a red ball and a sprinkle pot. I j'I or corporal Ion huH RI':: I Interest dlreel Niniku un the J4th I'ouilh' il.i\ ",",i,' i I.,"i.".
is sure to say you best be Dear Santa Claus: have eleven dolls but I haven a in Indirect In mild clock, III:17. at II :III) oMoi I'I II i
hondM, tir other Httuiltlen than HH 11/11",1 I ,ihlx I th,. .,
in
DAVE SILCOX, Distributor careful Rodney Santa may be This is my first letter to you. negro doll !I ao Dialed by him, L,.*lllbul, ', 1U:17. ,

around to-day. But Santa 1'1try\ I want you to bring me and my Santa please don't forget my 'j,I U 1,. M \TTIirHI' A. J 7'11',1' I i.,

'h' to be good oh so good if you'll\ little brother John Benny cowboy brothers Ralph..and Ronald. They I' (biiMlnuNM lirliat lit'e nianiiKel of edltol, ,01"pnhlixhcl ov\nei" fleik Hi.nil ford i ran'I|1", ,, .

I If.i l. __..... ____.__ huve been very good boys Santa.Ion.t S\vnin to mid HilliMiilbid. t Infoiume I2-1V-31-12-.M. '
.u. ------ -- -------
thin hid day of Oetembii. 11'37 ,
( forget my muddle and d.iddy, tS'ai: I ) ----------
i t ti as they will be at grandmother's I ,1. 1. THOMAS;
!I I t'lfik, of t'h'rult (I'ourl ioiintv
tI Christmas of llindrt.nl" State or 1'loilda'
Your loving friend -J f SEND $1 r..r llll. .1. Minili :.

{I Ann Joy Ann Hines !{1,I \OIKK 0'I.. ..".: n..' T1 .% \ -,, of
ft:Ml IH/ \ n.::M
. I NOTlr'I': 'Is IIglll'\I\& [\'[.;:-: that
0 one / n ? Starke, Fla, I I ii ten, \\leiinent:, Hall' has that fllid the\: tax w'ilh 1 inlllfkateM me utlt-; I TheAtlantic

Dec. 9, 1937 togrthr with, all HUbeatnent. | omit,
Dear Santa Claus: I I ted or.levltd. tuxes held by the suite Monthly
be ad t ei lined and
Mold lo the hlKhe -
i For Xmas I want a bicycle a ,,, ..t bidder far, caxh HM. provided, bv
TWO pony, If you have one and a doll house HIM 3'lfl! nf the 11.17: arts of "'' \ K1I: the it."-i ''IIJ. i

4 I NEW FORD V-8 AI\S FOIl 1938 that wets cries sleeps and takes'a '' deHiilbed the I.efflnlature. teal I e,..I..upon, .ite' In the tlif following I'ounty .'I' fending haul" i I. .,,, j

bath And I want a pilot suit of Itindfold' Suite nf Florida, to- .the alt the \VIMd i l, ., 'II"i |
.
wit : SWrl, of N\\l, Section .
'l 2J:I Tp it
and cowboy suit and u hat with **. H, 22 lit: containing 40 Acres, VnnlonMiIp, I the "hn\"i y,h,?it,I
4 '
& the pilot suit Please don t put moi','" 01"' leHM. hale mull tin \1.\\ l 1"" \.,",\
'I lie taxi t(> be sold OI''IeI..III,1 .
M ,. ,
Y the pony In the house if you give ( ;e 'ty-n'r y 1 .," ,

rs+w-'" me one Put It out in the garagein I (hei-ki. r" 1.M. 11".1 d I ant .h l,

the back. If you can. give mea : : COLDS ed nuur/lzlll"

Tfrw! ?rr dog house for my dog Cubby. If 666 and I M:M) !ftl.I .

: c I you can bung till I want )'ou'U be I MIOIlUull ML

| doing good. How are you getting FEVERItllOIlt to.

jl'j a-- along with your other children of 1'.IttLR'Ig
"' s ., .t : lhrodnrhrM. 'I til: 171,14'u I .
1t, V. e.tLt Uel' all tla'un4 i
? J .
\ 3 the town ? You might think bring Mliinlfrr .
ItllOI-lt "
** ** v s \(1'' -t
i.: ** J* X" t ing me n pony Is foolish but I
I !**** #? !' have wanted ft pony so long I "lIuh-\lJ'-TI.-\\.rl.I'. >< hodI 1I..I"n
i 55Fi tn'nien t .
) ; I _. ,
would
thought you bring mo one --- --- --- ---- -
..
I'I =---= -
.; --- ,,
-I ;. |I this Xmas if you have one NV'ilte =
1 a > t. me If you can Fait Call wt:: :'oNo ,

173 Write me if you have
t. I For
; time please. Expert Repairing

;: I I Love,
: Marian Blown
/( !

? v&s j|,I Starke, I'ln, Smith's GaragePhone

Dec II, }!037:
SliTui
II ,r ** ', t d,1MI"ari"sT at :Dear: Santa Sinus:

,t r'i fB, W y v r **, ?,wra y' IA? e e Will you please, bring me a big 120

!*"1 dull a tea sit, and a big Lull and ,
<
fe -

sia Cx. some candy and nuts. i

I i, With love from. Wrecker Service Day or Night

i I. ; ? 'ii, !' Patsy Ruth Hall i i
.1 __ _
5" ",4tI. -- -== ===-'= _=-= :. = =_==--- -= nn =
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I.' 1 The Teleginl'h egrets that be- --

L.. ,. ';t ni'-e of luck of space n large:

1" rAt g? m7 number of Santa/ Claus letters had
I 'rl 1 bP fyhe '+, et PULPWOOD\ & STUMPAGEKRAFT ]
> { c rhg tW...L.-lirrl. ,3 xtiT + Y to be left out this week, We hope

''o be uble to use all of them next '


\ THE I DE LUXE x Til E STAN DARD '.veck .__ __

T.VM-.S: : Ill US Si .MJ.MKNT: i jThere CORPORATION OF
'. 85 HORSEPOWER ea 60 OR 85 HORSEPOWER |
[ me a number of: subjects
which once earn year, more or AMERICA
.
t.'s iL/ 4L5\; 'C's, we rome back to find write

ibont. One of them is the .,
/ *.n pnyi '
l" ws+'' 'r' ltsr Lfss.rss.MgsY, 'IIMKKU: DEl'ARl'3IENTi'FIIN.IVDIN.1
i I ment of taxes by Installment And ,

..'' -S? r 1 i igaln we wish to strongly declare I )!' : I'LorI\: !

,1 J&.X& I uraclvca; in favor of such n plan, '!

1"j 1 which has recently been given fa-
.
?lei ?>- '"t w u I .
-
i \oiable mention by several
f ggp| """ I impels
in the State UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.
j We are all\ aware that installment .

DE LUXE FORD V.8. .112" uhfclbasc; 8'-It/ or IP pox'pr engine; STANDARD: FORD! V-8 712" nliatlbnie; IS': or 60 IlOr5e.i I payments a relitlve: novelty' i.. ('. .Mit'.vr.n, ru-Hhii-nt, .IuclMo.ltlllr, I'Il.

i I improve Enivtction; bnfity llrakcs; Cenlpr-l'oue: ; llnlp; All. Iol'erli"e; Improied Eaty-,tclivii Safety Kraket; Cimir-r- a decade ago have now become t'

",....I'"In Mtihnir or lironiltloili upholitrrY ; Walnut.finuheit Poise Rule All-itfrl biulr; Itrmtditoth, or Molntir nphntilfry standardized,practice in America's Industrial Life Insurance

1 'it trim; Tuin; horn, lint lights, inn triton; Clock ; 6.00" blink w Mohair ertra in "(,u": Mnhutiinvfiunlipj trim: One business life Automobiles led the Ci. I.I'I'

1' tires, K/JI/B/ mlp-ualli, are extra; 8 body types; 6 colon. tail light, fun visor; Turn; harm 3 body types; 3 colors.FOR way but now most everything Itcprt'sentativrKEYMCCABE

r h. costing more than a f \v dollars] .. .
;\.".. "" ,..'.' !:al
t'// : -.w
can be bought by that method.

] offers/ two new cars for 1033- 1> !1' \. I V. C DETROIT-TAXES EXTRA arguments! ngainat It. But insofaras
: Standard Ford V'-.T anJ the Du \ cr engine only. payment of tuxes by that meth- MKS. I.. c. MiCAUK, Lady Attendant

.n' Luxe Ford \'-C, different/ in gfin.Tir.1: Tonl Y.niO lip.1,-Coup-. $:;'>'>; od H
They are oprcarance The Standard is even lower priced than concerned, we can Bee little .I.1'iSONlI.LE:, IL\. Si' .II'(11'iTa.\: t

;Ih::; -hut built lo the !same high the De Luxe. It hag grnrrful, new line, Tudor, $(i11 I; 1'onli.rfi' 'M. :"tni.lirJrnr.IV-t, : against It. ,15 \\'. ('hllr"'I-I'I1I1I11: :3-I33H; SO St.
;' f-laiulaul of hUlical (ii' lip, .)Cnupo. $629; Tudor/ !l1 Wi'J; 1.'o.lnr. I I It would be a great relief to
excelletlce-on
i, mel and] well tailored, intl'rinrq-\\ a choice
J $711. I II).. lire- Ford, V-3 (II, lin., only)- many a hird-pres taxpayer whocould
r; Ihesami.'thanks. of engine sil.'s-G3 or 00 horsepower.I'eforc not to scrape
the
manage
Coupe ff>l)9) ; Tudor, $7J9:! ; urdor', $771; Con up
jf| liecause people, liked our 1937 car so Ford V-tjpef cjlmdtren-- entire cmount of the tae ut onetime '
.f \crtiMc Coupp, J77I; Club Coupe, $719;
i.. I If he owed $10. or $50 or Give take
well
than of and
they bought more any oilier gines available to one, they were
: i every Convrrhtile Clul Coupe, $801; Phaeton, $32t; 'riOO:; he might bo allowed] to paya ,

make. 'Ihey liL.e-rL"lool..s. il-t smooth ued only in c\i>ensi\c cars. Since then, Convrrlilili! Sedan! $901. third at. one time and the bl.l.I .

i: performance, and the way it handlfd.Vo fi"!iir million Fold,] ovvntrs ha\ e ItMrntvltlie ?liin.lirj, mill Do [.11'10 can uippoj whit I I ,ace later And of course the taxriij ''

.f IMMiii! >ro\ed on lhat tar ia the! no\\Iy of er would have to come thl'oug-h'' I
| gfiiuiiiet'iiioyiiu'nt driving an eight- liuniprrs gu irJ-, tp iro tin*,

f 1 "'I lled Standard Ford V-G. c> I lirulor 1 car wdli all-around rionomy. lute, lire hu6po. luiul, cigar !br'r, Inlit I with wnul In the t get entire his receipt.amount or he | say ..

: but! folks wanted still horns, and headlight l'f.ini indicjlur on instrument I
', i some more else the, thrifty (ti) engine, e"pcd..tIl.lIIal..e We second the motion. If there

'I und style, with the same Ford udvuntagca. possible! in Standard! rriudeU a \cry low |>uii. 1, lit no extra iliurge. s a motion that Installment tax-

'I.F i For them, we designed a new De LIINP line. J first cost and I equally l low operating coat.Vith In tiilciitlon, De I.ux" curt are equipped, with pnvinji be adopted as a standard
extra tail light! viiuUlin-IJ wiper sun visor; I(I practice In HoiUli, in order to
The De Luxe Ford V. Sedans '
8
! longer \ distiiut
arc luo
designs two
f engine
: increase the
'I also du \ablrering wheel glove elnnpartnlent : collection of taxes i

; ,I with more room, larger Itr\ ''agc space: sites and two priie' run'rs, you'll find! a link" rl.xk. and chrome toheel bends. Oca'a Canner. ;v -

r' and finer appointments all around. 19" '. For t : -d, .
I i y ;ir i: exnrlly.: at if xlra d.argc.Ii I "'rt1'Rm: vP<>r 'i'in': i>\\ M';u.
i" .-- -- T :MIIIP. '1" > "I.IMIi: : ', 41111'1r.t- ,
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r in (10'0.11\0:0.:: s i>r \i nl iJl. '
, rI IIHJ.it .
( '1'.11"nPFI'Htl'. <'1'll'NTY
.i I'IdLri: : i.:.\IMI. |ini 'i.,'. .... Kit'. ?. foi uahrl': I I. in:17.
'Now DIsPLAY : .t'l.i.I! ni'. i: i MIIII\' I
y UN !! ( ( ;innit I .Miiiiiiri! .
.
11.r""i < nit ,I'l'ik ..r the I'lii tilt
(.'",uit, In. ami. for l Im Kiiitd millIK .
(
1 run" ,
/ .r..r..I.I. I"' on..lh III"
.
.11, d I: |I. Mutt hew .. Him having
L"'n I rlulv NUrtin, urrordl o g t<, laxv. ,
I IN OUR SHOWROOM .I1 It I e. "r., mill H'lVM Ihlll I hP I" tin 1. > t
., ,
'|la.l llah" r of the llliKirnnl, V'uiinlv ,r y 5 a
1..I.'I\.h' and Hint I Ihr follonliiK
'- ti. Hit* l beet f.r l hiM k'lOwlI/C", mil
belief. n Hue" xtiitomvnt of the owniHhlli -

See Them |>cr,., ,lh muniiKpniont" i'1.1..11"1.| Lund<>ti IfI... i>r illllvlm \ Umnforviiulil One thing which makes Old Sinbt s') Ditto 1
Drive Them |>iililt-iillmi for Mm data and asks w litde
I -:- nhonn. ,In the nlmvv aipt| inn, r"- that he gives so much colJ Cu u hula
iillr|. "! "liv the Art of Allmint 24, the pause (hat refreshes with lce
1JIZ.' en.1..1..1. In HIM'linn 411. I'.,,-
Inl I I.IIMH and) llPKiilntlimH, in'Inte.tun for only 5t.
r lh.. i...\i>rH.. of 1 thin form. in wit
1. 1 hut Hi" 'H..M. unil. IUIICK| "HH
of I IIH i>nl,llHhif, tMlitni, inmiawliiH
;h editor: Iliad hiiMliieHH IIIIUIIIKPI, mi- I I {'O.t.('O1
J. W. Andrews Jr. Kin I'ul.llHhn', I':. I. ;\hH'' hews, Siurkv., STAmm

? Editor K. 1MiilthenH, Staikp' r
Fla., RATTLING; l'MII'\
Thul tlm owner IN: (iIf owned l.v- '
a eorpnral ton ,Its nunw, and u.Mre/H..
inu"t he ntuteil. and IIMI> Imme.llute-,


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,II,rC: EMI'.KIt 17. 1037:
roll. lut.\bFORO COUNTY; TKLEGH.U'ii S'r\IIKt. "LtIIUIJI I',U r TIIKKR
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rErEl G'EEN Correspondent Society their way to posts of responsibility en. or 1.45 per cent of a total memo 1 glnia. West Virginia, Wlacormln-
r, ,\' ItoHlrr. SCHOOL NEWSHigh and trust In business of 435.
I $5.' '" commerce bership I and Wyoming. St. PetersburgTimes. !!

lrH. Charlie Oasklns.oiik Marian and Helen fowling spent and governmental affairs but most In 1937 fifteen women are serving .
)II' and< spent Sunday with Saturday In Jacksonville. I Hitch positions have been of an administrative !- in the upper branches of state! I -- -

;J w ate Russell ReMlng.lSS School Rooms Indexes Books Jean' Davis spent Saturday InJcltVo"III. or executive nature. ; legislatures, or 0.82 per. cent of the The agricultural college at tho
Mrt
ID snit, LOIlIHE Rosier spent Sun- Will Give Party I .. .Vcceplan"e of women in legislative 1,808'' lawmakers now sitting! in University of Michigan IH the ol-!-

MI"s LoI''ne Rosier atgeodlau'n tiliinifH C'udilngt'il. Oince and Dorothy Green spent | councils has been somewhat less I|! such bodies. In the lower houses est In the country.
Arrurdlnu
JI)' With 'In :Nature. Of TheirSny {; Sunday afternoon in Gainesville. | general, and they comprise today i I II |of state legislatures women fill 124 _- -. A

\ and' Mrs, ryant Redding 'I'I'r| ClasHiniMilll IIi\i' (Council Junnita Hurof.iot spent the only a very small percentage of seats or 2.12 per cent of 5.828.I' Some twenty per cent of the fuel

I Laughter! of the State Farm t'lirlMtiiuiH, Tree For weekend In ;New Port Itichey. I the nation's lawmakers. The Unit- i Sixteen slates had no women in energy of an automobile is lost

vlsltlnlt his mother Mrs. HI Smaller Children Miss are
Tampa
ReMlng Saturday. Throughout the school has been working with the library omen, or :2! 08 per cent of Its total !Arkansas Delaware, Floihla. Kansas Thirty-two Rhodes scholarships
f this John Torodo in
Leslie McOlellnn was a visitor to !'e Is an excitement that hasn'tprevailed Yl'arlh committee for two days. She has Tallahassee. spent Sunday membership of lit!; the national Kentucky, Nebraska Oklahoma are aligned 1 annually to American

taught us the Dewey Decimal System house of representatives, five worn- South Carolina, Texas, VlrWHATWHERE youths
F'ldnyClarice In
IssrkoJ this school before. Miriam Guy spent the weekendin ._
which will --- --- - -m -rr
J Hosier spent Sunday The reason for this excitement Is greatly improveour Gainesville ..
libiary. Each book hn.s its .0
dm pllnSI: and Eva Jean Red- that everyone has a chance to give definite Harriet Bishop spent the weekend "
place nn the shelf. The
.! some small contribution to some in Jacksonville.
/ books
are classified
as follows:
I 1st.pre. lifter Sapp Is spending one that really/ needs to receive 000 Gen..rlll'v'ork.. Hazel Moore spent Friday nightIn

Lieral dn! >'s with her sister Mrs. instead of giving.As 100--Philosophy. Jacksonville.

ln.V'"y Pi Ingle. near Lawtey.. In previous years the various 200 Religion. Frances, Peck spent Friday in
,
homerooms had drawn names 300 -Sociology. Jacksonville. %
schools were cstablisledin and Intended, -. ---+-------
1701 free' to give each othersmall 100- Philology.
Mniyland. Funds for their presents. At suggestion BOO ;Natural Science. MEET: : : Tin !NK.MOIJSMKK .::

Import w..re raided! by duties of n member of the Senior class 600 --Useful Arts. %

double rill i being Imposed upon It was decided< at a class meetIng 700 Fine Arts. OF 1 \

lnon-rcsliliTits., to have a large Christmastree I !800Literature.. \MIK: Self(

in the auditorium give to HOO History.
I A little black haried
baby
For each child that has never had 1\1 Miss Snyder stilted that we have
real/ Christmas in the fullest/ extent '' a splendid selection of books for a thoughtfully stroked a little kitten
curled in her Inp. She was wcin-
ChristmasShopping a Christmas party that they small library. .
'I .. llt'llngIIbout several I things. Won- ''" DUS TRAVEL 5i'VC9: THE COST CPDZUV1HC
will never forget Many of the host books on thenccredded ,
dotingvliy her pet doggie had to
r' OWN AUTOMOBILETelephone :
Tho Seniors liked the Idea very list are in our library.All whine and growl the oilier day until 4tea ? VOUrt

much and when the Juniors heard books nL'allngrepair ore I he grew very still and! very P i /v the bus station toJiy lot lore and departures before
/F\ about It, they too liked it very now ,receiving uttontlon and we cold. Pel hups+ It was then that ; 1 }' ( planning your Holiday I'lPYou tan Navel In America's
s much and volunteered to help all I will soon feel promt of the appoar- Jamie Supp derided to become a 4, i,t lineal motor coaches at a llii.d Ihe cost ol driving save

,. R they possibly could and, at Student I I ance and! utility of our library. ., ( wear and tear on the family automobile and your nerves loo.
I ----_. ._.. .A----_ nurse.Jamie's .8 E Convenient departures Irom the heart ol town..l.lcUionvllle .
Council meOlingThurMdllY the representatives biithday. < October! :! 1OW
of the homerooms Exam Schedule She: was born in 1918. Her school
i
thought that all the high schoolin career began when she was' six,
I
general would be glart to help 1st Semester when she first alien led a small

till I) / all possible. count i y school near her home. ir ; !j i.

meeting was/ called of Juniors :MondayA. When she was elevenshe left that CIti3

mil Seniors nnd they decided to M. English I, English lit, cruntry' school) and became a student .ifD.lttotlu .HO T$ 1.1.1 -r II ,

sponsor four rooms and the rctit of Lit. 7, Science 8. of Law ley Junior High! School. Itviifh. 3.41) 1.30 o a
11.1.S; I.'onI.L '
\s
II til lt01M SIIOITING the rooms upstairs sponsor the P. M History 8. English II, I| After who graduated to the tenthgrade 1 Fort t I'lereo ____ 4.15 7.4.1: '
IE other. downstaris.A i she became quite ill and forjlhieu .. O'
HE OFFER EXCEPTION' iL rooms English 7. English IV Gen. Scl.Tliesil.i W, I'lilni llcuclu.' \. / IMI.1

fiOOI VAKl'EM! IX C'lXJTII- large Christmas tree will be. \. years was unable to attend .Miami _- _- .1.80 I0.( I.:, ,

|| |Ni( .\'H SHOES.! decorated and fruit candy/ arid A. M. Hlstoty 1Algebra 9. I srhool., She first attended. Bradford Tnmp.lSt : 2.10; 1.70 CONWAV( .\g'eltl
High in 1933\ and has wurked
presents will be presented to each Math 8, Of<>g7. :: IVternliurgOrl.mdo 8.05: .\.:>11 Union Bus StationI.ACY
Choose this Store child with some entertainment for P. M. Math 7, Ind Geog, I Kng \ steadily these plat years for the 1.3.\ 4 >1 Service Station
i.io
honor of graduating next spring.
FOil M.I. nnu CLOTIIIN the small ones whose party it I is. 8. Khoithiind 1. I.nlii ,land, u" 1..1)j
11 Today, the little blnck-haired child, ,
\KKIM: ; ) OBSERVE IIOXV The will\ be to ednrsulayA
sponsors present M. I I is the slender, thoughtful gill) In i \11.11I1". 5.2l: > !11.:1.:
Midi/ \ MORE YOU C.\N BUY that all themselves Biology Geometry _
see / enjoy
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Science 7. the senior class. She is five feet ('Iw. .11111:111: 11.0.1 ISi!) 1 a I. I
\T HIS I STORE FOR TIlE .
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''H\ f.; fCS"011 H.1VEOF..N.1'Cl'MTOMED : -- -- --- I'. Bookkeeping. History I. j I five inches tall nnd weighs one S.'w "orl 11.1.1: 2.\.1.\ 1 1e .
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.01'11'111 oll\Ht: :XKWSWo : I hundred and, twenty pounds has f
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put on our Indian booklets. We A. M Com. Law, chemistry a very sweet face. J.imie still

STAR have leained that it isn't as easy Shorthand II, Bus. Eng: History. I hopes to be a nurse, and I am sure
as It looks. II, Lit. 8. I we all! wish her the best of luck In

WORKWOMEN'S' Wo are putting up Christmas P. M. Civics II Demurest, Civ- 'her life's ventures.
ics 10. Manic 1 \ Penon.ii .
STORE decoiaUons in our room. \Vulnwrlghl Alg. I
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We miss Frank Baldwin since \ \\ ii Santa Clans \.ith n pack. e
Starke Fla. 'he moved to Jacksonville. i nsr
I Tearher--Jjss, Edwards. We had a nice Thanksgiving I ('hl'IHtmas Goodies, and send it to r ; '
and it L',1111 2312
project enjoyed very much
t- --.---..----.--..-..-..-..--..-..-.-..-.-..-...:. but we me glad to begin our some pour child | We wish to thank Mr Parkerfor li GRIP SAFENONSKID
tI I II i Christmas uni ..
I I : Hit Christmas Greeting whichis
/ Minnie Lou Hazen brought Santa I a hand! painted. Santa Claua in
I ChristtnCh4SI I 1 Chi us and presented him In OJI'I
er I the center of a cheery greeting.We .
I t tI contiibutlon period Monday As wish to thank Mrs. L. O.
Santa hail decided, to '
no pack we Ilazcn
I for the cohtnmn which she
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I i: lent to us.Ve also thank the \d SILENT
,1 other mothers who helped! make '
II IIof
I '
,1fN our first piny n success.i III lu

I i \ are painting/ cedar sprays

I pine burs, oat tails, and other 1I
I Every Home Will Be More Cheerful I I branches." I


I I For The Holidays With A 1 1I I I -- :Mrs Roberta-.-._Teacher.- -- ,


I 1 1 1 Women\\OMK.V achieved:; I.KilxI\TOiS universal suffrage ATIA. HUES

I THERM I II N* in the United States with N

DUO the ratification of the nineteenth

and amendment the ,Intervening on August years 20, 1920 have Stop your worry ooout tires. You can't! The tread is deep and tough and safe.

I Fumeless Oil Heaters I II 1 tZENITH'S been marked by a rapid Infiltrationof \ really enjoy motoring if you are constantly No skidding. No slipping. And silent as

1 the "gentler sex" into many wondering about them. a ripple, too!
strongholds: therefore reserved! exclusively

I DEMONSTRATED: I II for men. ((01' almost exclusively) Nothing can promote core-free riding like Made to stand hard use ru god lo the

J Thousands of women have won new, fine tires. What a relief they are! core for a long life.

I QUIGLEY & DAVIS :: And they're so easy to own-on our
\oinr HI rri.ir\ri (V
Startling Robot Dial ,' TERMS: Talk with. about the
"It T tt Iii:iu: easy payment plan. us : ease
<*illlltlHill \... lll.ltMlTH'M :
j STARKE FLORIDADON'T I : : .1.1' IIKItKIIV: ": III VI'\; 'Hint of purchase.' You'll wonder why you waited
H. \\'. Hall holder or Tax -- .. ,. .. ..-.-..-... Nil 113. ItlxtiI| | the lilh day ofJuly. The word "grip-safe" means what it says. so long to enjoy the Feel of ATLAS
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------ --- -- \ I U 1'l.Ti! him filed tutu* III
- Atlas
tires really do grip the road surface. under
lilY offit't' and' Im outdo ai>|leaden your car.
I fur, n 'lax deed, Iti hf IHM'''''' thereon
1 said .'..rl 11 irate. tmiliraefM the fol
ouing-, ...Hi-rllii'tl properly' In the
GAMBLEWITH (''''UIIV ear llriuiriiKl. ., "Htnte or. FlorIda BATTERIES ACCESSORIES
lo-wli :
Hiniih-Wi, .it I jiinrli'r of. :Nmih-" 1 Alias batteries too, have every tleslr Hang accessories of high value and lout
\\". "1 ijniiil.i'' S.M-tli.n 2.1,: "wn. able quality built In-at reasonable In
price ate our stock. Worth
FATHER TIME I thin X Month, ItiniirB'' 22 emit: yourprice
.'unlilln lug: I'l nrree ninr or Life-tested. Super powflr. time to see our line before buying.
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The IIHHt'r4Nllll'llt of the Hlllil' |"ll0l| ,
early 1111.1.',' 'III'Mild, cell, ifIcnti 1-! I I ,
toed 0.r, III 110,. IIIIMK* llf /IIIIVlH finu I > l R1.
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l"ulrrn. rulA'., i ii,ilfli-ale shall.lie refii.filli'ii 1
THE U( .il,'llllK' to lll\V, lllB |property | -
bandshaveseparatedials hJ"'I'i: ; : ::: : >in will InoM. :; ,
All three wave in > l l>'r at the url I Ititiilti
fin.n. .iu Ilu first Monday 111 O. L. Bcasley Service Station H. H. Houston Service Station
yet a lie innnlli 'if Ki'lirnary, lltIM! : uli|.>lif ,
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there is but ONE dial I nit.M| i Ihi. lilih tiny' uf JIo -oinlifi',
at TIME! 1" i. TF.U'I.t'u: : C'AI.I. STISEKTS.: :\I.III"'OSNII: ,,",\ HTKEETS J
showing a "IKKK'I. NI.11.1: ; )

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OLD simply designed II ,,11..1 I tan,:' Fl.ii, da.I I I
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--- Bit\DFOBD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA" FRIO..",. LW('FIRER:: : .
J*?1 PAGE FOUR -_. I- ))9,1I
''II'..i 1' u I : E. ChamberS: and dirk. E. M Tanas*?"?, will arrive this weekendto
I new contraption, the

": Two Interesting Books ReviewedAt MeetingThe mark By having of money! her and material daring."so I wl- (.spend&. their. the parents Christmas_.j:?. _holidays REAL

I r i 'f3ociety-'J Book Club met Tuesday In hand and giving it no Members ,of Circle No. 3 were The United States consumes -
night; at 7:30: o'clock at the homeof ingly, Mrs. McLrn Judge and Mrs A. Z. Adkins, listeners feel as though they -.tiome of Mrs. P. M. Barefoot { rubber
', [: V on Walnut St. read the book )Jl_ Mrs. W. B.- Alexander as co- I II YOU WANT TO

:': I. Given Mrs. Morgan Darby : 4 j .: :Methodist Choir Entertained Miscellaneous Shower II her listeners with an informal review beheld Tuesday Jan: 18, at Mrs. L. A. Canova leader of Cir THIS' : 25C TK8T FltiK If It fHlU.
'. ,,1 of ,"The Devil and Daniel home of Mr.: and Mrs D. P. No. 3, led the devotional and I Drill lull'1110 III'h'" out wants MinixctfHH SEE USWILSON-
Manse
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d' tJ i ,: I : At Bird Supper For Presbyterian Webster" by Stephen Vincent' pen tel'. I assisted by Mrs. W A. Feeler I. .liillatlfin. acids. thHt which waken can cause you the lip,
(. II l'',t' ri i'' Judge A. Z. Adkins was host The ladles of the Presbyterian i iChur'h I Benet. Mrs. Darby gave a vivid ..___ I, Mrs. Alexander. )IIIraum'n i scanty' flow, btiinliitf, ur
3 'i{ + "p ,,' Monday night at 7:30: o'clock at gave a miscellaneous account of the trials between Daniel Mrs Alexander and Mrs. Cano 1hurkaehr.I': yoU wuiiltl Flush the Ixiwt-lH.tha kidneys'(let 2GoUfttth an REALTY CO
Circles
I ,) \" home Kingsley shower for the manse Tuesday Baptist W. M. S. with of juniper oil, but'Im leaven,
r ; : his summer on and "the Devil" and kept her were appointed to !serve I .
\ f.lt I': when he entertained members night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Have Pleasant] Meeting committee I 18t"V miide Into Kreiii tableti JuxtHUM.
tj I t Lake audience amused by the clever way : Barefoot on the HukctH, to liny ilriiKK*"!. l iinlly
t. "..s" of the Methodist Choir and John, Uglow when they held their in which she told the Incidents. I Circle No. 2 of the the Church Interior. Mrs. V. at Cnrpenter'H I>i'uir Store
"\' 4 I ,) ; 1)) a few friend: at a quail supper. regular Auxiliary meeting. Mrs. H. B. McLendon In an able I Missionary Society of the Carden was appointed White
;y Moss and greenery were used In Preceding the shower, Mrs. K and charming manner, reviewed Church met Monday chairman.
r $ ; creating a more rustic effect in G. Duncan, president of the Auxiliary "Remember The Day" by Kenneth last week at the home of Plans! were made for the Christ- -
f k ; the Adkins' home. A huge log conducted the business meetIng Horan. "Remember The Day," E. Canova and Mis R. G box to be sent to the orphan COMPLETE. ,STOCK
fire added further charm to the Mrs. W. A. Bonham leader 1 1 :
stated Mrs. McLendon Is the storyof The living room where at Arcadia.
t'' spacious living room where small of devotion, used the Christmas a girl's recollections of her early of the '
r I' ; society were The week of prayer for foreign I BURNER OILSAND
1 + tables were placed for the guests. I theme as her topic. She also con- years. It Is autobiographical, for was most attractively Mrs.'S. will bo observed next
ducted the Bible quiz. I
1 f Those enjoying the evening with Kenneth Horan Is a woman. Her I with poinsettias nnd red I
;i /'. --i the host were: Dr. and Mrs! H. 13.McLondon Mrs. Uglow chairman of over- father was a power in State politics I Mrs J. M. Brownlee led I During the social hour a deli i
I
seas hospital supplies displayedthe
l Mr. and Mrs. M. F. articles that are to be sent and in owned Michigan.a chain To their of newspapers house- I ter votional of Luke.by reading the 2nd i salad course was served by I TRACTOR DIESEL FUEL OIL

Brown, Mr and dire. R F Dem- i from the local chapter. came many of the important people hostesses._
1: I orest and little Ona Demorcst, :Mr. i :Mrs.: : H. H. Young had charge of I of the time and the book l lI Is During the business> UELI'EltEIJNYTUIt AS\'"IItla: :
plans were made to I
y, Ai and, Mrs. Jim Ritch, Mr and Mrs. the program and presented Mrs.R I filled with intimate sketches of Christmas gifts for the
D.I such notables as William Jennings Friday at 3 P. M., the W, C. T.
J. II Benson, Mr. and Mrs N. T. Caldwell who gave a very girl in Arcadia and to
Bryan, President McKinley, Theo- will meet with Mrs. R. L. Kemp
Rev. and talk on Mormonism. Christmas basket to
QI Wainwright Jr. the I Interesting a poor
,i { dore Roosevelt and others. It is week and It was decided that
''j, Mrs. W. A. Fischer, Mrs. E. K. During! the i social+ hour Mrs. not only a book about people but ily. should be no lapse In meet- I STANDARD OIL COMPANYK.
;ti Pei ry man, Mrs. F I II Long, and' Uglow served a delicious salad is a picture of a period, the After adjournment the through the Christmas
:Mrs: T T. Long. I course to her guests. 1900's when the telephone t'arIY.1 I enjoyed a social hour, at though Christmas I.ve'l G;. DUNCAN, Ajjt.GREEN'S .
time Mis Canova and Mrs.
all are so busy, falls
served hot tea, sandwiches,
: meeting day. The meet-
chips and candy. I
1.t't for Christmas week was ar
*' READ IN COMFORT DURING 1938 The following members to be held on Thursday at
present to enjoy the regular hour instead of Fildny.
**< "Mi't-t'SW' Ii II with the hostesses: Mrs. R. .
m ;1 1 IIiU\lll\ MANY THINGS: WILL HAPPEN DURING
a ; Kemp, Mrs. S. E. Sparks Misses Marjorie Stump, Doro-
j 1938 W. Edwards Mrs. Orle Swambom, Katie and Virginia FREE
Mrs. S. L. Peek Mrs T. K. students at the Florida
Clane Mrs. J. M.\ Brownlee, College for Women in Tal-
q' 1 Our scientifically designed floor lamps will make reading hours I
s pleasant ones for you and your family. STORE $4.00 in Groceries and Five
Gallons Gasoline to be Given
.CASH & CARRY
Away Each Saturday. Ask
"k We carry in stock a complete line of floor lamps priced from- FIRE INSURANCE STARKE, FL.,. about this.!

_
{ $4.50 Up ,
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t TAKE ADVANTAGE OK THEME SPECIAL LOW I'liHrS:
u Table and bedroom lamps priced from- on may be extremely cautious BUT this IN the sea WHEN YOU IM YOUR CHRISTMAS HHOI'IMN' : ,

t "t I r1. $1.25 Up son for ..'.UltS.r. .
r 1 ? BEST WHITEBACON
;i A varied selection of living room suites that will make .
; your ..
\ you adequate! prolei-ted? line you Inventoried -
home cherrier on Christmas morning, priced at $39.50 to Ibs.70C lb. 14c

t ; f $89.50 jour furniture I"tel-\re you sure you hate 24; ,
enough INSURANCE Call us today.
i ... A selection of Occasional chairs.
NO. 1 IRISH
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_i7 HAROLD C. WALL, AGENCYEvery Potatoes 10 Ibs. 13c

r I THE JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY Kind of Insurance and Bond

(CRANBERRY OZ. CAN

4 i i STARKE, FLA. Sugar 5 Ibs. 25c

_ 8P1 *t rl t tj SAUCE, 12i/2c ,


k BRAZIL


'!' ', :a Glamorous! Sparkling! t F l- Walnuts/ lb. 20c NUTS, lb. 23c

Marvelous Possibilities CARPENTER'Sray.

i i --i'i, '. For Ghristmas Gifts t FANCY BLUE ROSE-\\HOLE GRAIN


,' > Wv HOUSECOATSsl RICE Ibs. 15c



'I r I BEST: COMPOUNDLARD: HOME: GROUND
{ Y JUST IN TIME FOR XMAS

4$ w 4. 8IJags v-pnt 1Ecrlknt I! lb. lOc MEAL 10 lb. 20; a


( imlrl ,ry.liy mrmetin k.rowsix.l ?MneA '
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f Lipstick*rouge and powder u pnMwmning LINDY PETIT POTS No. 2 CAN STAND,\IJII I'\( K
tlirislmasTIME'S; Fuk..er. Speu.lChrieenmauonw.rr.

', 7 as1l PEAS can 15c Tomatoes 6c
,
? SHORTSHOP THIS WEEK-END
% v
y BOILING
(,AAA NOME TIMELY TIPS

E' Bed 'Lamps BACON lb. 9c

a l.o. uI In Three Smart; Color
/ M. C.nu. Iola 98c

kit.Inc feathrr lilou fi.icariT Full ., OLEO lb. 121/MILK Stall 20c
t .Yortrlrnt' of Cajro, Nora ( .ASSORTED

I .., NOVELTY ELECTRICLAMPS; Book Ends
> G. NORTHERN-BABY LIMA PEARL

I COATS! They're so Fashionable, so Popular, 98c I Beans lb. 4c Grits 10 Ibs. 22c

I .I 0i there probably Un't; a woman In thin town or loch I(9 Xmas Cards : ,
%, 1 iiiileH around who ban
nearly enough. Definitely WITH ENVELOPES!
J .
\lIrl<" Useful. Come miul
v est+.tblish your fashion knon ledge by ..rfecf! OIM to suit your need Ic up I Fla. PORK CHOPS lb.Wc
& ; s, giving them for Xmas Gift. ,-
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: American Made Xmas Treelights I PAT FANCY
I
; Outdoor and Indoor 75c up lb. 18c lb. 23c
I at ''' ; 44 ?'S'l Gotham .HENS.!! : Turkeys,
i k Gold Stripe tlf> =
i 5c and lOc Each DELICIOUS EATING MIXED!:

_ j -. ...- y j re :Apples, doz. 15c Candies, lb. 12!:;


ii' l Chra # \D D'P'\ fL.NS -

I GIVE THESE BEAUTIFUL "4j (1nva.. E T
i \ '!:.' ,quaU".l'a".. 5Dc $1 I :..::;". rift hrr.lmq: for hBo! ,. .BANANAS 51bs. I5eCNIO
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SILK HOSE &
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[ FRESH PORK


'' 85c and $1.00 Gh'e z Whitman's Morton's Mid ) Ala-Crystal GALES S/eels I' M J: HAMS, lb. 19c HAMS, lb. 1&1


n IN ALL THE Several (J' t- X. .\ ? Chest f*.,.A'S.WRAPPED ;
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AND WILL MAIL YOUR PACKAGES FOR YOUPROMPT

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3 pairs for $1.10 :: Bring m your pnnhfeehInpmk.al.ky.
lro pir : GS ::) Hon.. Fill d quirk lrrrgi.lcrxl Better QualityGet

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Ilt'JJ\16EJt: !: n. 198'7' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEC.R.\m. STARKE. FLORIDA
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1" 1 Mrs. FV Vnrnecloe returned Fiends o/,.M1.sk-LIoo; JVInlng will Miss Lillian\ Sternberg, returnedto
that she Is re- her home here Tuesday after
;" to her home In Pulntka Sunday be jlaU \to learn
NAT SEZ I II after a week's visit with her par- cuppiatlng alter; behf}&confined to spending two weekaT In Miami as

r"'f'rl"" '" a Hong out. that KIIOHMhliiK Bits of II ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith. her IllnesH home. lIe .lai.duYil': !. because! of the gurrfVof:A "*, .Mr* land: .l Mr-.'OI.nDUke i
sl like thin: --- ;
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'*. I Pearce, of h -.t.- '------ '
w g"Cilmme it home, n great Mips Annie Mae '
MR hors Petersburg. Va, arrived Friday to Miss Carolyn Hutto, of Columbia !shorn and bedroom "II|>|TH for
And Klmme n l i<.curroo Local NeWs 1 I spend the Christmas holidays with S. C.; I Is expected to spend I "her" at Al\ure.
I
rl And let me wuhoo, wahoo. I her mother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce.Dr the Christmas holidays here with ---
,, .. Mr and l Mrs. L,. S.
That'h..t I'm doing now -- I II her parents Friends of Miss Lois Adkins I
folks, I junt /got wahoo nbout th.. CONCERNING I OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS ANDPROGRESS and Mrs H. B. McLendori Hutto. will be glad to learn that she ex
UM ful XIIIUH gilts/ that we has, on OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN I and! Mis N. Wainwright, Jr., -- pects to return home the latter
display at out little big town I attended the Don Cossacks ChorusIn -19 stilts" from .I9.39 I to $2lal- part of this week from St. Vincent's -
tttore. You'll lx> HiirprlMvl and de Gainesville Wednesday night. III>M for only ;fl.VO.V Alterations Hospital In Jacksonville!
lighted./ And you mn> |H> uhle to I.. .'I _.------ free. At J. :M. Alvarez'. where underwent an appendectomy -
I Huvn yourself u tlrpMinw trip to Johnny Hagan has returned to -. lust week. t
thin 'Ity. Judge and Mrs. E 1 K. Ferryman Mr and Mrs. H, L. Brownlee and I' Staikc after being stationed for Errol' Alvarez, popular Starke
spent Tuesday in Jacksonville. daughter, Madge, spent the weekend some time at Eutaw Alii, with the barber Is suffering very much
In Jacksonville with friends I from on Infected finger, and Tues- All-uool M-IRPH, worsted ImnKct -
U. S. Engineers. "
Mi.. und Mis L. G. Powell spent day he went to Jacksonville for women, going at 91005.: I p to
i Friday in Jacksonville.Mi :Ml and Mrs. Milton Brownleewere I Charles H Fields" of the U. S hospital treatment. set '.aln..... .1. M. Alvarez.
------.-- ----- visiting relatives In Gainesville -
Navy, will spend the holidays here
and Mrs W H. Ellis and, Sunday afternoon. ; with his parents Mi. and Mrs J.
two sons spent the week-end at I H Fields .
Jacksonville Beach. Mis Zona Morgan and son,I ,-. ._- o4Ai4
---- LuUon, Jr., were visiting In Oka- Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long of I ,
, I Miss Knookle Corpening, of humpka last week, I Oaineavllle, were visiting friends
.
Jacksonville was the I wevk-emi -- I and relatives here Sunday after ;o SEASON'SGREETINGS
'
I guest of Miss Kitty;: Hogscd. :\ird. Lester A, Hall, of Citrn, noon.
----- 'pent the week-end with her parents I -._ _
Mi\ and Mis A. F. S.iuls were Mi. and Mrs L. U. Morgan I Sheriff and l Mrs A. O Andirunm1 L
visiting relatives In Lake City --- ---- : family have moved to one of
Sunday. Mr. and Mis C. R. Graves and Judge Ailklns' houses on Eighth I
f 11 family, of Springfield, Tennessee,\ St., where they will make their
L,. A. KennoKls, of Richmond, arc spending' the winter h-reMr I home.
} l lI lf I I I Va. spelt a few days here this ----- --- I ONE AND ALL !
week with relatives and 1 :Mis I. S. Hullo, Till- Mrs N. T. Green and two chll- TO
-- -. -- --- mun !Hutto, and l Haymonil Phillips dien, Harry and Phoebe, pent
Mi and Mrs J. T. Quigley. were weie visiting; Mm. Lauiu Cren- \Ve'neH.lay: In Highland visiting for the fine
business visitors In Jacksonville shaw In Jacksonville: Sunday MIB Gieen's mother, Mrs\ H C.I We wish to make you feel our appreciation
Wimberly.Mrs. and cooperation have experiencedsince
Wednesday ----- spirit of friendship
.
.
'1 -.--- Mis.-F.: H, Long", tow returned .. --returned- II coming to Bradford County. It i is* fitting that
H O Smith of Jacksonville, was home after a visit In Jacksonvillewith Emma 'anova at this season of the year when
she he expressed
from Baitow where this' should
Sunday :
the guest Monday. of Mr. and Mrs her Hcm-ln-luw and daugh- I Good WillToaid
I Carroll had visited her son nnd daughter- of the day i.s "Peace on Earth,
1 J. tea, Dr and Mrs B. S. the spirit
in-law, Mr. und Mrs. Pnul E. "
QuigleyMrs. -- --
-- Nell
wt I.. upend Mi', and Mis J. H Ritch, of Canova and family
this week-end In Jacksonville withtrlenll ,Jacksonville, were week-end guestsof --
Mil H A. Bishop and daughters -
'
and
daughter
their son-in-law
Mils Harriet and Nina Bishop DAIRY
Mi: and Mrs, S. R. Johns Jr. MATHEW'S -
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[ 't .:: spent the week-end In Jacksonville -
Mrs Car-
Mrs. T J. Griffin and
I as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.
rift Ritch spent Tuesday in Jack four jholee oflit NIIH| sties
IL' Carter.
sonville. I Iran 31 to 40 going In-fore XIIIHNat 1i
_. I II $1..93..1.I; M. ,\harex.: I- -
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All\ kinds of Xnnis gift for
MANHATTAN him ath'IIrt'z'. Mrs. J. R. Boring and daughter, Christmas To All
Gay, of Jacksonville, were guestsMonday Merry I
;\ of Mr, and Mrs. Clifton
SHIRTS & PAJAMASMake George Mantissa, of Atlanta

Ga, spent the week-end here with Brown. .-- --- _._- WE WILL BE CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY
Gifts bis mother, Mrs C 1. Manassa SHOP FRIDAY -
Useful
Di S. Steinberg trf Daytona -
SHIRTS $2.00I Friends of W C, McGill will te- Beach, spent the week-end here ._ --
.
SWEET:
I PAJAMAS $1.95 his Mr. and Mis N.Sternberg. st'S
with parents
gret to learn of his illness in a .1l'S'O SET
I SILK PAJAMAS $.500 veterans' hospital In, Geotgia I,
',
so. 2 ( \S PRUNES
:Mrs G. K. Hampton left last I
Mr, and Mrs. K A Reed ofTallahiitise
were guests of Miss week for Jacksonville, lifter spend\ CORN, 7cN
HOLEPROOF Gladys Johnson last Friday ing two weeks here as the guest
I I
,
DOLLS of :Mr. and Mrs;\ C. H NasworthyMts. I
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daugh- ,: ':. : ,naH 5 ,
HOSIERY ters, Sara and Juanita, spent the P. M Barefoot and Mrs. N GROCERY C
I ,.
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I and TOYS weekend In New Port Rlchey as L. J. Given and little daughter, 1 2 ( \SPEAS
of Mrs. Barefoot's slater, Judy, spent Wednesdaj' in Jack ,
guests THRU CHRISTMAS
, 85c&$1.00 I of All,Kinds I.I I. Mrs. Fiances Parker. sonville.\ --_;- I SV2 SALE '

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'
-. -- Red Winesapp Apples, 3 lb. lOc BANANAS, 4 lbs 15c

GIFTS THAT THE LADIES WILL ; WIN WIN WIN
20c
APPRECIATE Delicious Apples, doz. 20c CRANBERRIES, qt.


Beautiful Hall's Grocery York Imp. Apples, 6 Ibs. 25c Good ONIONS, lb. 5c


I SLIPS $1.00, $1.95 Dried Apples, 2 Ibs. 25c Call Large Lettuce, each lOc

& LUNCH Cat. Large Celery, each t5c !
. MARKET D,ied Peaches, 2 Ibs. 25e '
__ 1
I GOWNS $1.00 to $2.95 Win $3.00 in Trade Each Week .Aak -Bulk Coconut, lb. 20c Cauliflower lOc i

Us About This
DANCE, SETS $ 1.29 Ultomn'U1U F.\\: TI'B M\\-r UEJ\I NtJT
12 Ib 37c; 24 lb. 67c 40e
FLOUR
BUTTER 1
... J< OLEO, Pound t2V2Cl'l'ItE

PAJAMAS, $1. to $3.95 RICE, Fancy Blue Rose, 5 lbs. _lSc 1-4 lb. Print Sou. Belle, lb. .42c I


OAT MEAL, 21/z lb. pkg. _'"",':_l..lSc FIRM 1100 1\111. 111.1.. PACKED

,BEDROOM SHOES- Fresh Waterground, .10 lb. __19ci 2 U.INS


3ge to $2.251 MEAL LARD,, Best Compound, Lb. .._'tOc .Lard lb. : Qc; TOMATOES, . 5c : ;

\
h! POTATOES, 10 lb. (J.-S..No..t J.i 'r3 I i iI


',t MENS ROBES COFFEE 100 Pet. Pure, Pound ..- 12c I TALK OF'T11E TOWN COFFEE ::: CHARMER 2 cane COFFEE: 25c J 1 1TII' :

Lb. 412cNo.
Northern or Baby Lima Beans, T01' COFFEE, lb. .
$1.98$2.49$2.98BEDROOM
I,
Corn 3 for .20c .
Standard .
2 Can Y1VY-NORTHERN-B y. I'EA" or w.'"
COFFEE, Ib. 29c
11ANWEIA.: IIOUSF: '

SLIPPERS GRITS, Fresh, Medium, 10 lb. 20c BEANS Sibs 25c I
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.
20c LOOSE (H>_ COFFEE 2 Ibrt. 2Je: s,
$1.00 to $2.45u' PEANUT BUTTER, Quart :

25c ('IIIClSTU\S: :mXEU I
1'
loaves
BREAD, 3 VIA'STERK.IISINsl!
BRAZIL l"rs. Ih. 2\:<'

MENS SOX DILL PICKLES, Quart lOc W.\I."t'Ti': !, Ih -. .2Oc Candy 1b lOc 2 Ih.IIXt:1I -:-..--------. :21c!:

h lOc to SOc I BACON, Best Side, Lb. 14c ;\ : :NI'rM Ih.3f 1'EC.1NS: Ih. ---- 13c

TOMATOES, Standard No. 2 can 6c

Macaroni or Spaghetti, 3 pkgs. 10c PILiSBI'ItY 5 lbs. 29c ItAt5J %Itf flbs. .72clI
: FLOUR
FLOUR Ji .
Reduced Prices on CHUCK STEAK or ROAST, lb llc 10 lbs. 49c ,


PORK STEW, Pound i2V2C I FRUIT CAKES ..._ ". ._llb 25c; 2 lb. 5Oc; 4 lb. $1,00 I

'p FALL DRESSESSizes PURE APPLE JELLY, 12oz. Jar lOc ----- f r

15c Table Peache ,ll 2Y2 can, 15c I Slic. or Cru. Pineapple, No.217c
FANCY BANANAS, 41b. -- J'

3 boxes lOc FIG PLUM PUDDINGS, Large Can 35e I
14 to 46 KITCHEN MATCHES, HEINZ or _. ... I

SYRUP Quart ______15c. 1f I
CANE 25e
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NEW -
Mince Meat, Pkg. lOc I Heinz Soups, 2 Lge
.
Sc -
NO. 2 CAN PEAS Standard -- --
,1 I ItEM1I I


$2.98AND UPIT ASPIRIN FLORIDA TABLETS.CHOPS Lb.Box --.-14c 2c MACARONI, 3 Boxes l lOc )II COCONUTS, each _'_. .Jc : l


WAKE UP AND LIVE Beat W. Bacon, lb. 15c Apple Sauce, 2 for lSc ,. i
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PAYS TO BUY AT ITS CHEAPER HALL'S Boiling Bacon H. ge !
,
Sauce 12Y2c.
Cranberry
STERN BERG'S :FREE' DELIVERY tiri




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tll! PAGE/ IX \nFOun COCNTT i.rr.icrn.. STAKKE. FLORIn % FIUO.lv. IIF.'E1111FIt:

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f FARMERS SECTION EROSION NETS FARM NEWS To Ily flnntunt Hiilnnce C'ollcctt-d clue .__ t"'I" -
OWNERS OF FIAHUDA LIVE STATE oiinty: host end II 11".1', r'l0\

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To ItHliince due I
I\ I..OiOlS OF IH\'lntXUs lay ntrmunt" <',, II.It'H'd. : :i11I ". P. "

NOTES OF INTEREST TO BKU>FOKI> GROWERS IIII'U'TS; IN !SHORT PAR.\GK,U'HS To llnliime .due.. .__.._ _.__ : "'.... I;" "ll,1,
I
Coiiitt Mt'hnol (.. i "" / 11?,
Fla.- As the
GAINESVILLE. .To( Itnliince due' I", :,:, h.1,;!;
result of soil erosion Florida I I Hv; (lltliyllnt:: : collected ;, ,111,1 I '"

--- I farm owners are In much the same I 'J'(. llitlance due. -- I ,Iex. d.'t':; ,",,'"
best to bleed the birds immediately KIILF.I: I'.XKDOV IK) .\KI) TIIUOI'GII 1 iiuiiti'] I*,.11.|| | d I Iq" .. ..
'Tlt.1)jS .
I 830 : I :
position: as stockholders in a cor.porallon To llaliince. due ._ .. I u'1 1''";
m, Hints To Housewives after they are killed. If thisis which has needlessly lost TAMPA -- In an effort to TALLAHASSEE. p pro x. ]Ily iiniotint collected ,.). "I I ,I., "If"lor.
Id Mn "III tine .. ," II'
n n
I, done it will be much easier to ,,10 percent of its investment ac stamp out rabies In Tampa 830stray imately 1,300 Florida convicts will To del Mu,b-Nrhonl' II... .1,. "r ',"rli .

:' ; Weekly from Home f>cmonstra- pluck them.Removal 'cording to II O. Dasher state coordinator lops we+'e killed during November have glad or bitter news by ')'" llaliince due .- ._ I ; ; ,.,,.k"n, '{;11"111, ?II", 1t

, of the two oil-glands of the Soil Conservation ,, the city Hoard of Health Christmastheir" applications for To Hv; nmiilllit Iliilniif collected due _. ,; "-1.., 'N.. 1\,I'\: 1t..1

trOD Specialist! Tallahfuvte above the tall will improve the j Service. reported Saturday. The quarantine -] clemency will be acted upon before '....ilnl **iih-Niool ll.. 1 i iTo ':: Ii. 'I:,.'II"n,,N;:' ,:;'
lliilitnce. due .. i :;; Inn: :.
n I?
of the meat. The longer Is still in effect then. The state pardon board
quality .
"I doubt If any corporation I Hv iiniiinnt collected i iTo I I
('()OKI G COOTS I ._ ; ___ ,r nn. ,
they are left on the bird the more -- cull it has completed Its study of Haluiiie u' ill i In' '',
could lost 10 of Its investment |1.1
percent Vrrs ,
,
(i : L.ONO IIOMDIY ttcrrlullnrnl I ITo "unl' ', ,, .,, ,.
the oil will permeate the flesh and I the record number of requests for ,,,,. ,. '
I and pay much of a dividend State em 11111.11" dos ( ( i ,,1" '
TALLAHASSEE. "
: "When ducks fly high nn1 are so I ITo "' ,
.II..t".1 ,
consequently the more oily taste freedom or reduction of sentences. Hy niiiiiunt : 1 '11
: to its shareholders Dasher ployes will get a long weekend Mottle duN--__.. ,I". I ;
t wild the meat will have. In all events Decisions will not be made, public i! thrr'I", '
..
said. "Yet that is just what Isis for Christmas Governor \% |'I. %% I't-nMlnii .. +t dl"
:1 "It's no dern use to shoot they must be removed before the holiday until records are completed. All To llalnncu, due( __ -. __ hl.I an' happening to the investment of Cone and the cabinet voted to Hv Hiniiunt colleclcd ", Ih.,, ,' .' ,:
Swaller yer pride bang away bird Is cooked. I'| land owner in Florida. release orders will be effective before !To I! Ililliuiri.; : due; f I-?Inu.ut, V,
many a close offices at 5 P. M. 19'
of coot. public I,,, ,, .,
And bug a mess other the Yuletide holidays. lloiiil lleliliitlliiu: %e.- :\ ) ,I'-i. ,",;
Neither
dUCKS nor game "Few people realise that Florida Thursday. Dec. 23 and reopen at To Iliilance' due l ]
should l be ingrass ----- --.----- -__ : : :;; due ,.., ..,. ..
4 cook the ordinarily birds ever packed has an erosion problem! because 2:30: P. M. Monday Dec 27. The Hy llliliHllll' ollected I''
This Is how you ____
else CA\\1IIO.N Ij iI> 1':1Jon: / To llnliince" duo h' :'
leaves or anything of the level ( )
relatively topography also will be closed New .
disdained coot or luidhen. capitol toed A llrldue Inlereot ; .

Skin six breasts of coots-no that will cut off ventilation and of the state but more than Year's Duy.Micriiomsis. GAINESVILLE. W. S. Caw- I To llnliince due fund. : I ,..,\",,', '"',11'I '

legs !backs or any other parts except cause the meat to "sweat"Wild 3 million acres or one-tenth of the than for ninny years state liv: niniitiiit folletted. : 1 I ) """1. ..1'.

breasts Soak in salt water ducks are not usually stuffed acreage of the state Is seriously ( A'r <-OI>IK
little affected by erosion. In west and Methodist for Florida has been now hidatnf i
until time to cook them which will or seasoned except with a :;: 1orK I 1'1'1"i 11101

be about an hour and a quarter be- salt Occasionally if the duck is central Florida 25 to 75 percentof students with 477 out of a total the teaching staff of the '\ ..: or u'rhu. 4 in. I'";

of strong flavor a stalk of celery the topsoil on the average farm enrollment' 1,778 outnumber ment of history and political l'I'11,1:1: .::1. \,,. 101:11:,'
them :
fore dinner. Dry thoroughly .. | ;|:\ 011" ',
onion has been removed." denominations at science University of Florida to eiinle 11111 %... 1< : I .'..,, i 'I'I,
and other ,
roll in flour then brown well in I a sliced apple un are religious :xiiTK'i, ,.: is in-itim( : : \ :; ; I ; ; : 1.

one half cup of butter In a deep placed Inside to be left during the To the casual observer the gaily Florida' State College where twen fill the vacancy caused by the recent (1 \V. Hall holder of l "I'.I I ); ;. ;, ..;

I meat. To rousting then removed. stands as the of ty-one religious preferences ate death of Prof. A. S Green I i tltlciite ;No.; 11127, iHKiii-d ,MI.01'I I h, 'I
skillet. Take out only symbol itl ,
of ,
heavy AiiRiiHt' '' I'll: ) j I ( "N
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sI .rrll:: : : : :: I I I i.x "i ,
the butter add a smell chopped Wild birds live almost entirely soil deterioration Dasher pointed listed among the student body. was announced by Dr. John Name in. tny ; '' mid. J" ?.'it. .

I onion and one bay leaf. Then on vegetable diet which imparts 'out While this form of erosion Is Baptists are next with 115 students Tigcrt president of the university appliiMit iMHiifil, Ihet t .r1n.for Said a lax.....'. t I '" ..1.| ,," ,"I ",,",.

fine flavor to their flesh but third with following approval of the I .lirilceM I the folloulKK ll.'Ni.I.I It. .I I 11',?
sprinkle In a tablespoon If flour a I very costly, sheet erosion which ; Presbyterians | | I I VMI
fat. Lard the birds.. I 307 and fourth with state board of control.IIIOII elty" In I the Conntv of (-j)I, -,. ?| \ '' .,
salt, and pepper and stir until I well supplies no removes the topsoil more or less ; Episcopalians' I Stale "f Florida I to-nli : 'h., .,
n"t' i
"
if small them in thin 21>1 students. ''A N'orl" Ii- (Inst tiaiter of 1" ''I,'
blended. Replace the browned 01, wrap evenly over wide areas is three : tJ ; ; 1,1 ,,
slices of bacon, strips .. - 'f1I/F' FLOODS I ,CIIKI Qnnrlrrnnd I Kant "I Hi. i I't:: '
bi-fiistn, cover and let simmer or arrange times as prevalent though Its I N1,11th.lalst: (jtiarler of I I
:
.OJ.. ..: :TIUXS I'V : NO .t'
- I. ( ( i n Ih .
about an hour stirring occasional of bacon or salt pork over the presence Is rarely detected by the MIAMI BEACFI.- -A1 unusually .:"..t Cjuaitcr Set'tlon 22: I

.w" ly. If liquid steams off too fast breasts or inside the bird. untrained eye. TALLAHASSEE. --- The State high tide flooded two rooms on the I'I stilt cotiinlnlitH, H South: ittl'! ItaliKe arl i CM ", ( i ( I' .I'' II-I. 1'. ",
its M
( : replace It. There should be a Cupful Sauce for \\ Iltl Ducks Its effects can easily be obseived Beverage Department reports basement floor of the Shoreham r .hHMThe. I ill? "ni I dllay," ,
i I tax destined to old ftHMeHHtitent of the I .
collections pay | I '
Excellent to with wild ( 1 in. in. ,
of gravy remaining serve however in the muddy color of Increased In the Hotel and the patio of the Nor- ertv, under. the mild ....' ( ,III, J I,1" Ill
pensions. past 1
,.j While coots are slmml'rlngcook duck. runoff water from clean tilled age man Hotel. The sell rose more surd wax 'In the name of | | | I h..,ln,, 9111,
{ six In the t'Ill'NM. Hiild ,belle. ,
months. period ending 1 I I. ,
a pot of rice. To serve place a 'j glass tart jelly fields after a heavy rain. Each with November, $1.753.315 was than a font above normal. push- ledetined accordfnic' to 1\\,"III...' I.I i, .."II I.I

mound of rice on each hot plate. 6 tablespons ketchup rain carries off a thin layer of Ing salt water over a low spot in ptopiMly' ileHt-llbed. th," ''' ( r I l-'i.1 In't,' I!'
.
with $1,605,013 Hold to the highest hlt( "
paid in compared '
f ij"l! Top with a breast of coot and pour 2 teaspons Worcester sauce topsoil and it Is through this process In the six month lastyelil' the beach. Damage was slight court house door on the :' \ .I' < ".1"'..

all. You willvih Juice from the ducks suit same period and workmen filled In the hole in (Iii I t Hie month of i : ( ,
gravy over : (Ito that 3 million acres of Florida November's collections of >\ \\\.II; : |1 IN the 7th (..t" ,Tl .; ;: : il.n i I''"

that you had bagged more! taste) land have been virtually destroyed. 67.6 cent' ahead the sand. At Lake Worth the I IU3H. ( :
$213.918 was
WIld IHick per highest sutf since that attending Hut i'il! tlllx ICIh day I.\I'.
Juice of one lemon --- -t----- --- .
of November 1930.T.i7ToTEFc'i her I'i37.(01Tll'! 1 nit i '",, ?,I
. There are 1fcw general rules Salt paprika and garlic. ROHR SCARED AWAY tho 1928 hurricane destroyed an 'lAF. SU,\1.!1.A. > l ( '11'11'' \ l IrL" ,"II.1

t about preparation of game birds. Mix the Ingredients in a saucepan : 'ION KKH'INOTALLAHASSEE. ; old\ fishing pier at the Municipal cluik. J THOMAS of Clicult' ',
,
: First they should never be scalded l. heiit and serve in a gravy LAKE CITY.-The only thing -- The State Casino and urd ermined a small I lliadfoiil' County, : /: '" MI
IK I i.:
before plucking. Wild ducks boat. two youths received' when they demanded Motor Vehicle Department has reported pottion of Ocean Boulevard. 12-17-51-1-14.: n:

; are picked singed heads removed, .--- .- $1.000 from an employeof Its 1038 license tag collections : 9---- : / :t11, .1\ i I' i iI
,
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*
f : i \0..1: Ofll'l 11'a 1\l
the
Columbia of
I drawn and trussed like chickens JH'NT ERECT: : HENCETALLAHASSEE. : County Bank arc running far behind the PLUCKS UILLKI: roti 'r\\ DIII:, : I I Ifwennte I I ,. i.l I I'I II
t which Governor Cone is ,... l\ if/
\
president Illll : I
No duck should ever be cooked until corresponding period last year.New ,
a t, : --The Supreme was the l\1JAl\1J.-Two of the country's!] XiiTICi, : I IX Itl':RI.:Iry' ( Il\' : I I of II'\ "
a '
six or seven hours after kill scare. Entering during license I tags> were placed on air ;1(1 \\'. Hall holder. of ,'' ( ( '.II.JI". \ I ,,
1 11' Court held in two opinions that noon hour yesterday they handed sale Dec 1 in all counties and ace racing pilots Rudy Kling jliflcnte, I N'o. III2II.' iHHiied I I I I lP. ,"
1 ing. Duval County must be fenced before a clerk a note which said : "This cf Lemont III, and Frank Haines of AIIKIIHI" .1. t>. 11,1.1! I v\ I', "I'.

. L; The proper culinary/ preparationin'Jtant its law against roaming cattle bottle Governor Cone appealed. for early of Detroit were catapulted to Hume t la my office and 1 ? I'I.,oil.,..1, "
In my hand contains nitro-( to aid the state in application" for, n tax |I ( t
A "u of ducks begin the they can be enforced on animals purchases paying their deaths within split secondsof I IHHUCI I thereon' Said 1'r ."> :N.. I i t
. glycerine. Don't make a wrongmove salaries be- .M.i-.i, .
school teachers' '
brae tile di-M'l
M r'II..wlnlC
\ lI J' ure killed. In one case you might from adjoining nieas The law Is or I will blow you to hell fore Chilsitmns.TAVARES. each other at the opening of Ally In the Coiiotv of |.l ( \I III : I
} ; J say It begin the Instant they are local the the Miami Air Show The double State of Florida, to-ult 'IIBI nI ,
J a act court ruled apply. I had Just as die : j
soon myself. :: : I .. ,,,
of n I I'
I '
. I ---- -- ---- vest Illlf Of SoUtll-IIllMt: i i
' i I. hit for It Is important to kill ing only to Duval County. If cattle Hand me $1,000 at once und say :\1.\lUS: IIHill mn tragedy occurred a few momenta let- of ;North-niiHt; llIIN? i I", ,i II

'r'; quickly any birds to which the from adjoining counties were nothing." About the time the .. .A high bid of after Jacqueline Cochran tore in tlon' ;12. '""iiBhip K I 1 I |10'|,:.III; I ,,, .
ILUIr .l.imi d l
IM >
I 22 I Caul: contain
'
, ; pellets from your shotgun have Impounded. the law then would from New York with a new I'ec.ord / ,
clerk told, the youths he could do $100,000 wns made by the Lake iiciew. "mole or less I pi" i l1 >
f '; not proved fatal. This is not only of four I ''."11'' I I- '
:' become general In Its application.It nothing for them n customer en- County Medical Center Inc., a nonprofit hours 12 minutes, 2S The flHHeHMtiient of (the | u

'i humane, but It checks the chance may be enforced now as to tered. The would-be robbers fled corporation of physicians seconds for the 170-mile airline. ertv"tii-d; unb)VII N In,the the Maid natnu' '" \ : i 1 I : Si. ,I 'I "I'|

", ) of the meat becoming fevered.'t cattle In the county but may not to a waiting automobile and left for the Fountain Inn hotel building 1. Kiln, and\ Urines went out of : Jack con.I'liUHx. : i out, .i i iI '
I I. ** 'I.1 i
' .1.1!/ Ducks should be hung in a cool become effective against outsiders the city. in EustU. The group plans control on the firm tuin of a I iidet-m, ("l Bill.I:acroidlnir(:rrtlflcntu I; I to: I : :: !,! ., h"d. i .in..' .i..

! ; I\ place about the blind until the until a fence Is elected by the .. -- ...... .- -- -, to convert the structure into a small closed race course and I propeity dutuiihed ,' '(-. ."..'" In" ,ii' "oar i ,

',' .1+ \ hunter Is ready to come In from his county commission along the nor A Sillt'of clothes was made in hospital. It held a $286,200 judgment hit the ground at neatly 200 miles Mold lotirt In h'ktiH.dofir the highest on the"I.I.I 1, '

:1 l 1'I.{ bhooting. On the way home the fence area said opinions by Justice three hours and four minutes from on the building. Approvalof an ho.ur in full view of their [ dnv 'In tin- month of ..' '.' : | I ( ..-.I I.I.I in, l' I .

, birds should be hung on the outside Glen Terrell in which all the the time the sheep was sheared In the bid< must be given by the wives and Kling's small son. wblch 193S.liatiil. IM the 7th day of '

:: + of the car In the air. It is court Joined.! Yorkshire Eng., In 1931. I circuit court. .---. ---. ---- : !_ IhlM 16th day I : r

i tjl, _____ F.\T\L TilIN': \\ KKCIiARCADIA. I(OFFICIAL e1' I ;; SCVL.'! : ) ____ ___
'. ,. t .I ; : I-: " TM.1M\S. i iClelk
! .----The engineer and Of Chclllt I :; II ;tii! :
.1"0.
: \ 1:11: i I''I,
fireman of ,
Seaboard AirLine nintlford I
a County .
In I"" I n",
Ii!J eight train were killed today 12-17-fit-l-lI I | I th.it ''u i 1
jirii ,\ illi), ,,,11 m i iI
when the locomotive ,
crashed into \o'I'Hl': oriii \ I, | lrtlid', Ii'.
the rear of another freight tram 1.1111'I'1111:1l: :" ,, el t 11-. ..1' ,"',d.I "
which I n'rlr 4Nrnnte. ,.mtt\I:! /'i f,,,, a.h
was standing on the tracks : ix : : ( \ : .
c..\\'. Hull, hiiltler. Illll' d t
YES a 1"" ,
ii near here. J. Engineer. A. Lyons iflruteo.. : ( "-11'1-1."nu, "I"'
Cei" 2119!I. l UHiieil .
45, of Fort Myers and Fireman i I of Julv: A. l II.' 1922,III: I i"Hied adf.'i( 'i..1 I'.I. I 'ro, -.1
,
In of lee and
WE WILL inniH my I
CLOSE XMAS Gilbert Miller 31, of Tampa were :
o I dead when other members of the apiillctitlon iKHlli-d" thereon.for Said,a tnx ret: .,t II' I, :> '. .'7 'I'I'I I -.
1 J I"' I. '? '.
blatew the followliiK dencl
|> : :: ;
; crew reached them. The locomotive -'I' eiv In the County of I .

''i 1 We, the undersigned m ?!'chnnt3, believing! that Christmas Day, above all crashed into the caboose of I Mate North of Half\Florida; of ih""I! ;: I'', <30 1 .nn..i' I Idol I''i I "'.. ': I'

the parked freight train lifted it : 1.,. \oith-IJiiBt; ; / ( ,I 1 '"' ''*'' I
days in the siouldbc properly and from the rails and then both the Went Half ixct-pt ",' ",' "iii.' I"
year, : respectfully observed agree to remain :;' ..I"i ,17
I I ".II'I..r..r Soul h-\Vest .. ,,,
.: locomotive and the caboose rolled ','Inn 14. Township 8 I I uoill.i' "'

closed all day Saturday, December 25. It is our wish that not only we from the tracks into a deep ravine i 1 ntieH Kanico moie 22 East' or leHM.The ". ." < ". .,'i".,",""I

" both landing wheels up. assessment of I the. 12- .

ourselves, but our faithful employees also, might remain at home on this day I IU'I'U..1 Arty n.d nniler wan in I the the. paid name cei' | !' : ,""''.' i I'I''"t .'I', ."-
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\ u' .tlM-l.ll- VTIO\ Clayton i ,

I of days with their families and loved ones. We feel that the satisfaction to'f Flt T\\Illlln.IHIDdtnntf :. :lilt: ) rcdemnml nU-HM. Maid iiccordinK ceitlficate to : Si. 'in."'- ,I' ...

} t, be derived \OTiCIISHEaInv(1II'N.: That ptopelty, deMcrlbed IIi ,'el/l | ; :; 1 j.1 1'I'., I
f from the ; '
proper observance of Christmas Day will than O \\ I Hall holiler of Tar Oertiri.'lito Hold to the highest .. i ill''. I,?'
more repay No ,, ... 12.: 'I I''
Illll) I the 7th any) '" couit h.",. diior on the ( ,, .1
for the nf August A. r>. I 1111.: him filed day hi the "month of F'I,- "' !': | | "i i 1t" 'h' 0' ,
Y'1' us paltry monetary loss we might sustain by remaining closed. name In my office nml him made ...".'." 'I" I"10 "h nnplU'atlon" for a tax ilic.l to lie 1938. l liiiiU'il :
Wishing friends Issued thereon. Hnbl' rertirirate embraocn thl-i lath day of :: r. :; :; I.+c, :'I'' I.' ."I'ill: I
our and "
customers the I
a: yery Merry Christmas and Prosperous following item '.lh..l'rol.. .her 11:17.IUFFI'I.tL! : | .1..1.
a 11
Arty In the fount ( lo 11""
v of llrndforl I sn\T) ?, ,
New Year we remain State of Floilrt.i.' to-ult : A. .1. THOMAS.cieik ,Un..",", "I,n. '.',." ,
: till' "
S'-j of Northwest quarter of of Circuit ( : > .
Vnithenut (via rtrr or Si'rtlon 14 I'.iadfold( County, I : : I I I'','
i
TnniiHhlp\ H South, linntre 22 12-l7-.rt-l-l I. l "
--'_ __" KiiHt, containing 20 Acres, more :
or .leNW.The MITH: orIMI t c'liuii"M
/ iiaiM-NHinent of the niibl. property F'lK'I'4\':IU: : : I
; nmler 'the sold. I certlflrate l I..- "riuilo. Illll %... : : I I
I sued, \vn* In the mane of fnknown. :NOTH'i: IX (':Itliu'tiIvl : I
(',,1.-.... Hiilil certificate. shall tie Faster Mil; Smith/ hold-r' ( of : ( _
1 I redeemed acvorrllnfr to !n\v, theptopirty tlflcnle'o, 5Ti2:; NHII.tho! 111
I fli-Hfrlbi',1' therein will bo.nolit ;. of AllRHHt. A. II HI1.: i I : 1,1." I
I to I the highest btdd I ) '-r ill the I' ./tlll"11/ my office and : 4 11:5: 'I''I"
.
r1n 1't hoiiBe door on the first M dIv In the month of ,I-Vhintrv." lots, I Iwblrli iMHiied thereon.. Snld "' ,IUI,,' .
r I JACOBS'STUMP'S In the 7th lay of l-'ebrimry( .braces the follow' Inir deni i' | I .", ..
III 1 s74. erly (In the County of M i I'I h
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' Hated thin 15th tiny of Decem-I Stale of 1"I"'I.la. towltXonlhAeMt : ( I ,\ I I.11"I'"'
I liet. IHI7.OfKK'l: Quintetof I :
1 I I SISTRUNK'S ( ( Vfsnl..) Otiatter of Section I nrt i 11
II A. J. THOMAS, 7 South It mire 21 l'=:". Hill/ 1.?
Clerk" of ( In'till ('""..1 of tnlnlnii: 40 AtleM, more I : I -!"' -I "'
/ J. M. ALVARE Hrnilfortl Florida. 01'
County The Hrtxi-MHment of Idle I -
I
/ 12.17-51,1-1''I. -rtv iinil.'ithe HIIII ',' .!*"
II NAT STERNBERG "Y! I I rued \\ nIn the name of. : .
/ :1I :\O'I'U": OFi.i>i.if *' j ,',, 'INMN. Maid/ ci-i-t If Irate ; ( .. 1 "'
I I C. H. NASWORTHY ; : 1'1)11'I'1 \ IIFHII.eoine : : 1"0'I I edet-meil according to : '"
:1\ < Kill \<.. luau: nroperty dem-rlbed therein / I. r
A & P TEA STORE \ I NOTi'IMILNHIrrYtiI! I ( \ ,i-v.: That I iiold to the highest ... .. '"'
\ ti \V Hall holder of Tax ('''r.I I ourt hou e door on the "
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Illli-Ht.' :No l ) lx'n d tlm 7tll lily d ly In the month of I
/ S. R. JOHNS & SONS ill, of August: : A.2'1>,, 19J.1.: lusts filed I vhloh' IK the 7th tiny of > 1
Hine li> ITIV of f Ii o and iniide i iappllcnilon 191D :
I SUWANNEE STORE I : for: lax (h. i"t be'IcMied : I'
\ a Unteil thin 14th day ot ,
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I thetviitt Said rert Ifb. ate, ein- I her 1917.uI'FiCIAh. : "
ALEXANDER & CO. hrl..'.." the followlnir rleMrrlbed 'propert Sfl.\L) .
I III II\I >' III the County of' Mladfot., !, ,1. J. TIH,V\1. : v
1 / HART FURNITURE CO. Stale, of Flotilla.( tovlfNot : Clerk of Clniilt ( .:
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I ; ; lh-\M>Kt Jnniter, of Xorlhi ) I TirndfoitT County, i
,
"I nt fjnniter, Sertlun 21.:: TOWIIKhlp f2-tT-6t- 1.1I. 1 1-. I
MARGUERITE'S SHOPPE H .
I South. ItnliKu. 22 Kunt: '
/ .'al)Lit hi lag 4V ""'1'... mote' or \OTI..i.: or M't'i.U' \ .. I
.le.. ."
H.The /
WHITE'S PLEE-ZING STORE" : Folt'l' % \ IIKKII: :
nMHeMMineiit. of the said property ( ..ennte Illll '\... : .
/ DENMARK FURNITURE CO. I under the .nl.1 1 rtlflcate Ixrtileil NOTICK/ iiriinv! : on' :: :! : \1 .
4* I was In tin nattte of I'nknoun. P".I'r11'; Smith holder of I
fllleHH nn, hi,' fertlfltnte( Shall be tificate N'o. BIO, iHMUHd, I the ,'! '
I ,
N BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. redeeme.l) airoidlnir to low the of .August, A, I' I 11.11. (l'i "
tlew-rlhetl therein : I'' .11,,
if property will( boHol.l "
\ : : Maine In mv office nnd ''Ii' .n
I VAN H. PRIEST 5c TO $1 STORE ., to the highest lilil.I l.-r at I the appllrntlon, for a tax ... I "' '" '
i lift bonne iloor on the first Montlnv iHHiied thereon. Said' ..',. 1
II WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE In the tnonth of Febi unrv. IBIS: .bra,.PM the following "." 1 ""
1 \ whlh 1113M. In the 7th day of "'8"rlmrY'1 erty In the County. of ':' .., ..!
State of Florida( to-wlt ; '
:
"r her Huted" ', n.17.: thin lath lay nf '. ,,"' of I IJiiMt: Half of Voitheimt } : ; I !::,' I I :",,1
I Seition 2M TowttMhlp 7 ,
(( II"I.'It'I.I.H': \f.) ,i, lire
1j I .
Image 21 l'n "'" :: : ..
a A. .I. TIIOMVH. I \.ieM, more or.li..: ; l
'leik of Circuit Court : .' ',
of The nMNeHMtnent" of I the .. 1)\,),\
'
Itruilfoid. ('uuntyFlrlln.12.17.5t1H. erty under, I the Billd '... l I 't'
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: MII..IVII" In the name of ,
'''
,
1'n lees Miild certificate
h rvIIIK's 1. .....01l r '
;
redeemeil
. ; acrordlnfr to : :
: '
St nrIte. Flu.. .Heiemlier II. 1917. I.
.1"'rlh.1 therein
I Iv .1 Iteport of the Clerk of the Clrrtilt property old to the highest .. d III,,,
Couit In and for Hrn.lford County court .
heiiM
door on the ; 1
Florida, .
on account of taxes
for the year 1917..: uese.S.el day which In IK the the month 7th ':.'nf"I:: : :;: ,1.":,,', 'W ,
C. \ KNK5IIT; ; '
1934.! :
: : : ;
1917. ('..nn.,. 1'roprr Tax, C'ollactor. riateil thin 14th day of : : '
her 1ItT.1f"'Il"IAL:: :
To Itnlnnre due _. $AEH.1.113
nJ S1'! ST.) II
Hy mount collected! None .\ "f
A. J. THOMAS' '
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To
llaliinrH dueA 6,58363 F |J4
Flu* Forfeiture Clerk of Circuit ( "

To Balance due ._. _,,__.,_ 2057.31 I U-17.&t'I.U.llrnrltor.1. County


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C."Tnr.CA.'I'IO. w.tf&ffiSMZSfte H.. vontalnlnc lu'Acr**. mori ALSo. amountltiir to $1111. n30 and 15849 rmipeetlvvly, and represent or Lecember, A. L>. 1939. lllg des'.Tib.-d real eMiwt .. t be ... (hI. l thHKAI. day vC X'Iov.mb.r.
I: ...r ices.'i'he : J>Eor KBV4 of Section the unpaid, for the y.arlAtd > A. Z. ADKIN8. County of nndforit .'. of FlorIdii. 1.:
J" Tp' **. It. U 1:.. 1,1 I"
t.xe. to b. .014 are 'Id..nrtod containing to 1937 both amount -a-tt-H-31 Judge to-wlt ((FPrJAJ. )
bycertificated. N"... ( Acre more or I...... Ink to HWH of NKVi HBV4 t>r NKV4exce J.
11-12 of
.ubiMHw
.' 'rt\1 14,7; and THOMAt.
... \ .111 I 11-12 bvT '" 'he "M are f>vl '": ) Id b-thI' State be of 1X0 of 1920 >nd 1VIS rexpeellvflj I ce-'i'ri"1':I H.i iI .. of NK. A NV of MPRrfM. ,'rIH'" 'o'ru'J on Irrlit
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,.*\1"'d fA""f Void to t*. bill beNt lid i-ppreHeni' unpaid or NON. 147 and 1111 WK 6r NKV. ;* NW i, r>f. $i Vvv; ... '. nf 31 T; t H. 1C. 22 K.. CDlalnlna Itradford County. 1.lorld.
....u..il I bind.. "h, a, provided by taxen 'ro':. the yenrd 192ft to.I"| ,I7 both I and lull, 19J2 and 1 J5'respectively, & MS, of NE'of NOTlrt 18 1IEHBHY OIVKN tbpt 7f AureN more or I... I.U-ll.I.1 : t
;\ i6' of the 1H87 add .ofNtt1I IncliiHlve, amountlnrr to $i J6_. the 'repredi.nl: I'o" unpaid tell':,, for Slj, of XW I, Se.tlnn 'X"Tol 1,1 hi accnrdHnrn. with that 'I'h. tim app to be Hold urn evidencedliy
II'1... IfI' ., upon too foMowln ALSO: lotd 3 & 4 or .'1'111 yenrn 19110 11.17 both Inclunlve, It. 21 rnnlulnliiK 1 un A. ,. (.crtliin, rinnl derri-H of foreclosure certificate No. 427 of 1934:l re"|>ec- .OTI't OK "" 1..1 OK T \5t
''I. 1 :NWW ": I UinouiMlllK I tu |:>J.8.I. more or unil sRI! bv Hon. II. 1SebrliiK and fatten for the
he County K .
reprenent
.),CRd ."I ...LIII" In x"1'1 10 .ttrt'prVpt A l'x .' l.tllI Lot 1... rriiiJurnl Iv.I' .JI'.r..c..11
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'I 1I of Florida tn-wlt : Fmc'l lIMIt siu' of or" KVj of KKV,. The tlixen to .old lire ",'hh'n.dI' "" Judge of 'h" circuit lrR 193J to tail both inrlunlve N'oilcn U ... W. 1!. 3
jlf< ,,, "",I" I30A W : Cot '':"Si'1" 2la A III SK Cor. Section I ....' .... NOH. K-tl of and I I Ili'iKirm-ct, Florida.In amountlnR to $47.84.
,, .. si... .ft' HW"", A NW% ). A 8 *40 of ; : :32\ Tp. 0toI.. It. .III. 130 I I 'ourt uf County Mlxw..J had Shot with me written
XI.
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5".ft f SW'Vi of Hcctlon IS Section 25>Tp II H.' U 21 K. cull- 78 Acren Containing 172 of and IlaG! renpectlvely I'liiini'lTy, In thai fi-rtnln CHUMP Said tax c..rll.'H toKelher with that the tax certificated' to-
:8' it jf 21 lin..t. contaInifl1 l ii I In I 111 K I loo AcieH, more C,.' I...... The taxvn, more or lenn.. and repreBMiit' I the unpaid lux.I for I'1 1 pending In mile) Cf>ui't wherein M. all Hub..I... omll.1. or leviedtaxen Itether wllh Al Hiil>nequnt. omittedor
to be
'" or le'd... The taxed to be old are evidenced I "V -. Hold are evidenced the r..r. !.29 to 1937 both Incluiile 'I A. Hmltli HN Liquidator for llrndforrl will he highest Itldcler levied held bv the State headvertldnd
"A .; .i; be Hold are evidenced hy ,. ,.. 1. or 111 and I 1930" .I'IIII.IPMOOH.. 14 and I4J of amuuntlnK to $21 .07. County l..nk. a ,'..I'por.*I ion, mplullltlrf at the CourthollHe door In .I.rk. and sold to the hlKhedtbidder
K., NOH. 1, of 14fl and I li.l 01 IMo'Vid im'tt: / 'and UJO redpectlvely, and rep. Said tux rertlllenteB to".lh.'lh Ald Ethel M. IIKIf Kt. on I the ith day of Hecemhvr, IH.AI for rnnh UH provided by
riident the
fII'Id"III'' ,,- Mld 11)35 reapectlve.eieHnt und reprcHent the "" '...r""IIlcIIV..II'1) I unpaid taxed for the yearn nil omitted 1 are d"r"dIIlIM. ('a.. NI. 65S. 11OO: o'clock A.1. HoUMe. Kill .398! nf the 1937 acts of
? 1929
:
"101 Ij!7 0'. 1 tho unpaid taxed the years 1929 to 1937 tu to $1 IK.I7 IS 20.both tncluHi. amountIKK taxeB."b'.i"l Bold to the hlKheBt i 1.\1 '" ,. Hpvrlnl l'.lester by l ated thin dl of Xovcniher, the enldln.ture: npoir the followlniirdenorlhect \1
CnurtliouBe door In Id di-rri-M I H11 I to I 1937. real eMfatn In the J
I L I9U9 *10 Inl7:\ both In. amounting lo $117 HH. ,I nil nppolnlpd w\1 County
0,1"' *' < <" S411.R4. ALSO: All Kruc'l 1'art Sec 211. I I ALSOLoIB., I. 2. ;.1 C. 4 & :-Oil'''' & Mllrk.. on Ih. 17th dny of 1."h..r.1 I I I the lilKlifHt bidder for ,' In frontof (OFFICIAL SEAL) of Hradford, Suite of Florida, to' I
'" :. '?. ullllKH' ,,( 1iJ.:'< Jlxcupt .:X""II S5 of Nh:.. & HWI f KWk, if Section 33 Tp. 19.17. at II I ::00 o'clo'k. M.Hated Ihu South front duor of the llrixJ- .\. J. THOMAS. wit: .
%'" ";',' ..r ? SK's & Kxci.pl Nic'.4' 4 of SlH uf ofVVl.4 I H S. It. 21 K. colitillntnK .:.0 thin I t'h liny uf November ford County Cmirthnai", In Sturke. Clerk of Circuit i Court tifItrndford s4W ", of NK'., of Section 30 Tl" ,1 i
.d i AcreK I :
Si:; fiMSw"tfs' ? \ of Section 20 Tp. 0 S. 1C. I more iIleHH.. 1937.IIIPKIIIAI. :dnrlnir I th.' le$.il hours 1..1)1".1..,. 7 S. I. 22 K.. contalnlnn 40atruN I '
,; I .* 21 ISaxt, ,-niitiilnliiK .11111 l AI-IIIN I The .tancM to be HoUl are evidenced HKAl.t ...I.'I.. Mfindiiy, January 3rd A.t 12-U tt 1-1 more or leHH.Thn .
I'
Sv": fcKu-iyft0, I H. *. more" or I"..... hy l'J30 lilt illil.'H .VOH. 186 nnd 144 of .\. J. TllttMAM, { I I. I : the followlliK pl'finlK.'B Bit- taxed to ". Hold n" ,' evidenced J
: .r und 1931 rehpeciively\ and n-p i'letk I of ""' it ofHrndfurU 1 Klnrldn \OTIfM OK II.IiS OK 'r \ I 492 f
iiffi.itli'K. }1111* AcreM more TU taxed 1.1 I I(111 Halt* I In I Till" fvr(1 COln'y.I by certificate No of 1935 rnnpefi J
to be dold I I redenl the .
ure evidenced unpaid. tiixen for tho
ft K:," yearn <'o\nity, 9' ldl.:11.1 I : C Elt'I'II"It'Al'I'SS: lively and reprenent taxed for (Ito J
l.NhI by certlllcnleH' Nod. 17-08 of 173 and ), 1929 lo IU1! liolh Incliinlve. amountInu 12 ".- 'I> o.wl:; ,of S\1. "f 51.1'. 22 T.l I'. Nollue IH h'lY .h'I ," that MrH.lOva year. 1924 to I 1937.) both' Inclimlve ,
l ho Hold are wvlilenoW 39-40 of 134 of 193(1 find 1935: l-ewpec- to IGII7 80. I i S. II 21 vxropt IS Hori'H I InI 1.. "',',' "" h. tiled with me UlllOlllllillR .lo $ 112. j
1 .i'.'.!...,,11!!, iiti.H, NOH. .... of. 151 and lively I und r..I'r..1I1. ti III. nnpnld I I ALSO: Loin 1-2-3-4 or Kl-uc'l -- -.-- -- -- --- I I SQ corner tlureof lyIng In iiNItIlItte \vrlttcn requent, that the lax certltlcateN Ainu: $1514 ( : NKU Lend .
of 18:10: and 19.15 ...."..cUv... taxed for the ) ..'.H 1929 lo I I9S7: bolh I I I Si-ctlon 3(. Tp. 9 S. It. 21 K. con- and ext'ent 15 Rc-rew InN toKether wllh I all tmliNenuentmlltud i l-lKbt of (4 liy A lend 1 A .0,
I"n'l?>">r"I", will tlm u mm Id taxedJ. mob 'ci VII, .amnnntlnic I to $&09 10. 'I. ,"..''lnlC 240 tides, more or I"..". I 1 I OHI)Kll: OK .'' 'S inirner tliprnnf I y log In a .. or let 1.-il taxed III1,1. hy the of Ky & East of New I'" r
'I..I."I.
:: lilt 1929 tu 1137 both In- AlJJO: Fillet 8\Vl,.. ti Ki.. of The '"". .. to he Hold are evidenced M TICK 1 I j I I Hrjuar' .. toicotlier with thn tene State I lie ndvertlHCd lund Hold to I lie ll.m.t Section 80 Tp. 7 8. R.bl. 'I

'"IT Vl, to $136.62. Ki-ac'l SKI lend N};;',, of RKV, hy c'rtilll'1Il") NOM- I8S and l45 of ,,, TIlE HTATB it.' KU>ltlllA : nit'ntH, h..dUan"ntf and ap- hlKheHt bidder. for canh HH provldeilly t5s'. oontaliifnii I I !17 Acred, more :)
*" ,'.. "v"vi, of 1:11': :'4 ,,f Section t tI Seel Ion 27 Tp. 6 S. U. Zl K.. coiitainliiK 1930 1935 reflectively) und rep.icdeiit To I i>iiald Me Hue nnd I IMclluo I I' purtenanrenI I Inline Hill X96 i.f thn 13 acte or leHM.The ,

Al4'' .wnclilii a S. K. SI 10.. con- 100 ACI-UH, more or I.,..... l hit unpaid taxed fur the31a bin w,(". J. c. I'lerk, ; I.'. I'. I K I'KIIRYUAX of the Lciclilature: upon all: I. taxed to he Hold are evidenced
Jinhm I <" ri evldrrcodn'Vaii'i Tho taxfH to I.., Hold ure evidenced III 11129: to 1137:\ bolh IncliiHlve, 1'nul I a'lid'1,11. I'r-.I t-ri'k t.1. I l'.uil I and i An Hpei-lnl I lila pier. In 'illi".'..'.). I Ing- deacrltied; real i-Ct III I f l>v certificate No. 491 of reepeo
Ve"UlP! it hy cerllllcalcn :0:.... 6-7 of 174 and I unuiunlliiK lo $ 70.79 ",,,, 1'lul.I hlB wife: Juneph. II. 1 K-O & t'ounly of lIned fti'd. 11.1.. of lively and reprednnt ..13 for the 1
01".H.I : !..8 and 121 ofTJiiil r.-D of la: 5 of I 14.10 and liMC ienpuctlvfly :I ALSO: Lot I or :N '... of NKVi I,1.:1"I k.-m, ii lit 1 or J. u linker nml. ,, .\ hilT KNI1ITI..r".y. ida. to-wlt: yeald 111,14 to 1917, both Inclusive.
; I I'! '. 'reHpectlvcly I und ri')P. I and repreHent" unpaid taxed I 1.01 6. B, 7. 8 or Krac'l su..., s'; ,,f 1 ..... hlM wife .'. o. linker; 11.111 /Inlntlrf. All .NW. of 8K"4 S ..f Cull MI. amount Inic to f3ft.fi2. J
I" iiuuid Il1x". for thu for the yearn I92i! to 1937 1 both Iaelmelv. liy.. Section 3D Tp. ti S. H. 21 M '. V.; )HillV.; K: imvlH, W. .1.1.8-\-8 Kxcr-pt: I Acre .In 5%\' Cor IdS( ft Said lax certificated I toircther with
"nl )i,111., t., 1937 bolh Inclunlvv, .'. liniuuntliiK. 'lo $160.90. I cumninlnic I 120 Acrea, more or prp '" f.il.S4.. ALSO, : E'" of :NK'.i of Section I I .ll-dH. DavlB nnd I>IIVB| hlH I %t-I ft.; \OTM'M I>K Ktl.K OK T\\ 22 i will lie Hold II thu hltfliuictdidder .l'
m"UII" :B. TowiiHhlp 0 H. U. 21 K, colllillnlliK Tho' 'lii x..$ lo .be Hold are, evidenced, llru.iu I. I. v IB n ml i DavlH. t'RIITIKICATKHNntlfe The laxnH to he hold are evidenced nt I Ihu CoiirlhmiHfl' door In
'),. g' i ilL H I 4 nr I! I I SO Acred, tmire or IOBH. l hy ccrtillcufod' NON 30-43 ot 1H7 und hlM %sIft' 11111. t'ennyei 111111| IH hfl'i'liy Klvpll' Hint M KYlitKliiH by ccrtltlcaleH' N".. 324 and KA1 of I, Slaike the 17th "lit)1 of Oecumber, :
t 'Wi'i, of SI'i4: of NWytvl Thu I IIIXCH to he Hold urii evidenced.I|I 1 lIt of l ElI) unil 1935: runpucllvcly, ..lIny'.I.. I(; S. U. Mlms I and \ IIIIH filed wIt h mo written I 1U31 and ID.14 reHpnctUely. nnd repreHent i 1917, al .I i 11:00 I : ) o'clock A. M.
,he"I'1" ii. \U uf SWU & N',. of by i-ertlilcateH. NOH. H7 and 4-9 of I l I und ri-pifhi'iit I hu unpaid taxed fur Mlmn., % I1o. l.citi, ) l.etelller. rt iii<*Ht tlntt, I Ii. tax pert I ltlMiti'H toiri'lhi'l tI Ii fIll hI I laxen for tho yeard I Hated I thld the 2t1th day "f November '
', \\" or SW'of HI':',. of IXA of. 1921) IIn.11136. \ puclvcly! i I I"I iiu >.'".-. I 11)29 tu I'.KIT: :\ luith IllclUHIvc .lohn !I"' ll.irr., llarrl.-it, II Iliiblifll. "I I ..1 IIUIINitlt'ltt| onilttf.ilor 11)30) ( lo I 11)37.: hulh' l InrltiMlve, nmimnt- .
I .Ii''1'1, ij S. H. 21 J... oontalnri'H. nnd ..I>r..1I1 II.l .. unpaid inxen fur iimotiniliiK I.. $ I3S 45. JoBcph V i'rlerVi lit,. III It. I..vl,' .. held l>y tlm Stilts ho log II $10000. 131.Itlr.I"IAI.II'.I..) 1
,.. 21 more or ledH. I l." yeul-H 1925 to 11137 I..Ill' I Inclui.: ALSO: I..,' H I. 2, :a I & 4 Kxnpt 5 Porter iin.l }'..m.r. bin wife; '"','r'I",'' and Hnl.l ,10 thx hlKhentbl Maid tux cerlltlcnteH I towel' her wllh I A. J. .
if 2&' MIm Hold are evidenced Ito, umountliiK" to $104 2u. !I A nil W Hide lf SWi of SWI,,I or .IrtBeph i '.t.'.. P"I'I.r. .If, nn.li 1 |.1..r J'r.'I,II It UN provldt'il hv !I HoUNtl I I1..ln' diiliHciiuunt omitted or Levied Clerk THOMAS.
nf Court of
lisp .lilt'"ili.f. :NOH. :23-2U ..r 167 andiMiif ALSO: EI' of K\VVt find HWW Lot. 4-[5 A lr'e, or F'"mel Noel Ion i' '.rl..'.. Ills wife I ; I.I IIHII Porter' ; Hill .T.I,. I tlu 1:137: ni'tH of tIlt t.t-g. 11.X".. will I I he Hold. I lo the h ,best ludl I Hradford circuit Florida. .JIIU.n.n
I' ". <.f SW'i' Frac'l .1 T 7 S. U. 21 i ..' 'I i II. ... upon the I ilcHcrtb- CourthoiiHo dour I In Htarke County. .
'! .' 11..11| and Ila i ;13 renpuc.- A. LntH | IS. oiitHlninu .MlH.V.I Hunt HiirrlB; ,\1. HolllBI r.llowlnl l".r lit I the '
of a2S&'rlll.ore ;:: 210 I Acred, more li.Hd. ,I I .-,1'.1 eNtale In ( nf llrml- I I of i 37, '1 14Ai'IE \
mi, ri-predent the unpaid SKtj Suction K ir ter; I I. M I 1.11.I nild'or 1."I M. I.'I" nil the lilh day J"'ml.r. \
;,,,1)i Hi., yearn" 1929 to 1931 bothloiiiitlnn :21 ,I 12.. contuinlPK. 2U7 ACIOH, The taxed I I.. I he null. are evldunced, and I I.It I.\; ford: Stat of Florida: to-wlt; : I at' ll:0n ..',.I..k A. .J "
UI" f..r tu $336.18. I moru or .ICHH. hy l-ertllU-Hlcd' :NIIH, 42-41 I.f 1U2 und Mary I S; foiiant I ami, or Mary lI.I <, mil: ?( HlOVi, <>f Href Ion I 10 TII| 1: l> .'d thin 27th day of NVivenihrr, ,I OK 11 IM'I.I- \T

1'01\1... HW". of NWIJ & N '.i of i The tiixen to be Hold ure evldenciid I 42-43 r.f 117 of 1930! and 1935 rcHpcc-., '."n'.I.' I llrl.I..nd... I.'rlwal.kl a H. It. 20 I'!., "-,"lallllnl 40 I 1937. ,I vott T C X I>IKII ;: :
.
si.AI. Except NEVi; of NEV. of by ccrtllicuteH ;ln.I.11i: of 177 and I' I lively' und reprt-Hviit the ullp..ld'lax..H (1i go Inl William I I 1 I last 0, l tIP- .4".. ... lII"r. or lifMM (OFFICIAL SKAL) I tWenate Illll "o. 1113)! .
.. : ., ur (4l4 Soc. aa TJ. 2D7-GU7 of 137 of 1D30 and JilJi: le- for the yeain 1929 to 1937 both liaiid, ; KlanclH | |. I.eKK'-tt and 1 I The tnxi'H to he Hold are Idt'lircd. A. .1. THOMAS. I I :NOTICK IS IIKUKIIY CJIVKN, That
J"an'H.& 2'l'"r3!. containing ISO dpectlvely.I and repreHent the unpaid IncluxUu, ainounlinK to $292.73.!' l.i'KKi'lt. his wife. Jot,., II Lnlllet'and liy I "','rll"II. Nit fi.l of 13 nHpeoitlvfly Clerk of Circuit Com t ofi I I I?. A. Urtffld. holder of 2-X of Taxlnltlflcute "
3VI 01 ledd.Th7tnxi.i taxed for the > enrd 11I2! to l IWI1! both I ALSO' : All HI,:",, S of S. .\. L.Ky Lnlllet hm wife; J. 10.Unnneady ,,I .'r't'.nt Ilx. for thf i i Hradford Couoly. 1.\.1.1"\ N,,. 412, Iddili-d the !ltd.!
i> he Hold are .,,1,1. nrd.rTrtlll InclUHlvu, ainountlnic to $439.63. ixut-pt, 6 A In :NKVi uf Sm. ,, .1!r. It n.l lUinnvady, 'yearH \IHH2 lo 1 tt'37, lioth InrlunUe : u-ii it 12.1 .1.., of AiiKUBt. A. 11 I'lll: h.lH flIed
''li' :-0..16-111 of 1f!' and ALSO: NWl, of 14V11 of Section of SKl. Ac SKI. of SSVV4 lit Si, bin wlr.. W I' Foster: Harry S.I I nmoiintlnit to SIll 89 h'__ Mime In my offlcM and HIM nnnle application > '!
I 1X >r 1930 and 1935 roKpeu.. I :21 Tp. II) S. It. 21 I :. cuntuliilUK of S\\ hill.;>.H of NWt1 of ot\t'-. 'iii rk mid or 1 I. K. I'lnrkl I luiilna ,I I ALSO: for tux deed to be Idduedthereon. ,I
tlnf \OTKK: OK C I. OK TtNotice \
] H'preHent the 46'r"M.. IIW" Ol Im'IIN. & LotH 2, 3 or NXVl. & 1ts 1 or I Wolff; Mitnnlnir W. (Irirria; CorneliaH. Wa of HW'i'I of 1'.1. II I Tp .Said certIflcute t tnlrac.-e ,
unil I .
il K' : 'tin yearn 19S 9 to 1931"l:: g The taxes to be cold are evidenced i'iac'lV IV 01' NHV, lying N *( W DrlfflN. lndl\ldunlly" i and, (. AdmlnlHtrnlrlx U .S. H. 2i> K.. 'unl.ll1lnl. : *0 IN 4 ":."I'U'I'' t'l'lSM' I that %V. T.WeekH the following I i I deMcril>ed proiu-rty In 1
fiilv. .ttmountlngr to $222.08. by Certificates NOH. 145 and 4051)7ut ) of Cornelia I St. AccorditiK to ..f estate "f MunnlnK \. |*eH, more r r "" 111'.1) Ilv. .. the I'.nly of Itrati ford. StIlts of 1
Man
Mi'i ot "%V4 &a'.it! Of 1.17 of lii.ll 1$ I iinil 19if: > reHpucllvi-ly i Phil uf S.impdon City! ]-:xcuplLotH \ ("'In I I., 'I"',".'uM.I ; J. IS: Flitch flnd The I luxeH Ill hn Hold .1'n ""Id.nr..e that 11'.. wil11. requeHt toKi'lher -- ,'Iorlda.lo-wl:
AUii' und reprexent. I Ihe unpaid taxed for Sold I ., Sect lull 4 Tp. 7 S.: It. 1 i''ti It'll, bin wl.: A. A. Kntclland I>V 1'i.rtllli-nte Ni). 54 of IV33 Ifx, 'rll.'tI. Hu,1 ulrl..r of Null hweptl.Jital'I.'r ,
I 21 I tively I .nil repreBent t it\ .. for" the with I I so "' ,"lt..1.r I '
I U .I
Ihe ycara 1930: ) to 1937 both Inclun- uuntainlnir 19.0 Acred moi u l.'utch "Ir. ; John A :orlh..1 Clnarter ofH.uihwst ;
l\e, amountliiKT to $ft2 82 or JI-HN.. i I I".It Poll and lIp flAlIll, hlH wife; yenrH l !>32 to I 19.17 hot Ii InrlllHlve. I.vl.d la. h11 liv thu Quarter of 1&Towndhlp .
Mistaken About thtr I H'clol '
B til '
To o to hl"h..1Ildl..r
fl EaIY ALSONV'ij of 1"1'\\ & H'i of I I Tho laxud to 1111 ..,,)oJ are evidenced H tit ....111'1' and Or..n.l"ul. linioiintliiK to $7 4 K4A for a,',tsii .N by 7 Hnul, 22 '\
Nli' AV NK'i of :-; IS"I... ; .'. W. Tuttle llellJnmlii /1'0: in'ovlded I'htdt. "' \ Acres, moreor t
TOMACH TROUBLE by cerllllcalCH :OOH. 39-40: of 195 und ; of Sec 34 Tl 8 H. It. 80 K.. Hill 89A of the 1 11137 actM of ,"lnln\1
L's Tp./ n S. 1 u. 21 I !I': cuntalnliiH- j I 39-40 uf U uf 1930 redpei'lively I SeptlimiB I llrlRRH I and __ tho I licKlHlature, thn ritllowlnicdi I I ledd.Thu .
.tdIII : III-IKKH. hlB wife I Hubert ThomsonHeHellolt I I ItiO AereH, more or 11..n adHedHincnt of I the duld .
tilt .
I AcreH
should learn Ihe more or It pp.'Fill' I und I I t'pl1M1.,II unpaid ; eOII..11111. .... real I eHtate the County property
Sumach! sufferers taxeH to he Hold evidenced nml I 111* .rl.,1 II.I..r I hi HH Id o'prtIfl'a( IdHiied
are taxed for I h.years 1929 .
to 2 J937 both 1..1"n. Klate Florida\ lo- .
ttb about ULCERS GAS. ACID.VDIGESTION hy ccrtllU-iitcH. NOH. M-9 of 179 and InclUHlto. iiniuuntliiK to $292.14 wife; It 1.. liowlliiK II'ulnh H. The taveH to lie Hold are evidenced /rI..rd., .r wad In the nil me of :r... K, II. l>..".
of .
116 I :
belching. heartburn.msiipntion. HiO-i7! of 1:17: ..r 1930: and 1936 redpectlvcly ALSO: lithe A-li-t-l-2-3-4-5 & liowlltiK. hiM wife; I.uhi .M I.unR- Iv rertltlralen .NOH. 41 .u,1 wl NW Cor of of NKt; 11 iill,'.p nulil ..I'Itc..l. Khali bo redeemed
I and repreHenl the unpaidtaxed 1..1.7.H.19.20 LotH ', ley ; A. I*. Clark ; II. !':. RII I 110.13 "..I..lh..II In.1 reirenent : n& t (I l'l'lll'.I I : the prop 4
& '
kl.IEC 9A-10A-
due toexww. \"II"r. of N K iiS'tt'IplI
el4! i>< taxeH for the yuarN & to ( N/l NWH ..
bin, < erly dedcrlhed 'therein will h sold
UI'CA' Booklet contuin f,"'t. for tillyI'illH I92i\ to 1937 bolh 1IA-12A-13A.14A-15A-16A- i ,"c l.nbu''I. r.; iI.l h I Inrltiftlve, nnionnt I nit I to .r In HIO ('.r. 1'1.' 20 Ti". ,
lo bltlder the
I HIviTs hlichedt at court
KlverB, Ills Ih.e
Incluxlve I iiiiioiinl' IIIK to, $200.611. Illk II .V All Lllk 7 Kxcfclit LulM1UA11A.I921 I. 11.1 1113 22 .:.. ,' 40 Acrv,
interest The9th edition, juaol[ the .ALSO: 8'v c.rW: '-. of Section' ML Li>tH 1-2-4 of I f.5,1; i nhertr. I I..III I ax no.Sal. .... or ICHH.The '"lllnll" huunn door on the first Monday In
m, may prove your first step to hap- 24 TI' i U S. It. 21 I-!. contaIning ISO t Illk S At Lots 2-3-4 of Illk 9 At I '111111. .. I leimrtinent Si 1, 1. II. all ..'I I tax '..11..1.I 'M t"I..lh.r wlb 1.0r.tnxeM to he Hold ure t flu month I ..C Junuary I 19.IM, whlcl
( "
stomach comfort! Clip this to remind Acres, more or lend.. LI.IH 2-4 uf Illk 10 Ak Lola 2-4 1 5. \ ci-.' ilolnw tiuslliimB. I HH "h. ley IIIXCH ...n"II"c'the hlKhentdidder by certlltcnteH N".. tfNrt .ncl.vl..1 I.. the 3rd.. lIlly of Jalu'lr. 111.
the UDGA Booklet at The laxeH to IaI.dnld are, evidencedhy of Kill II & LotH. 2 AL 4 uf Ulk liinii C '1'I'It ii 9', Cecil I. UnfiiHO and I "II the."I c.iiirt hoiiHii door In li)30): und, IH33 renpectlM-ly l und repnHeiit Hated, hIp lOlh ") ItV"IIIIJ",',
,.no, to ask for ccrilflciitcH' :Nod. 17 nnd KO-CH7' U Ar I...! 2 AV 4 of Itlk '13 AV Lold l.elln Karnse: hIp "Ir. Hester. U'I'll..MIIIM I Stet''k" on the I 17th dny of Uecomlcr. ,laxeH for the )'.."rM 9211! to 1937. .J
of 137 of 1930: ) and 111.15: rcHpcctlvel.v 2.4-0-8-10-12 of Illk 14 ; If I U I'''... Illcs (OFFICIAL !
& Lotu I'.I'H'I.
C\RI'y.Sn DRUG' STORE : I 111.17. nt I 2 00 o'clock Yet.I 1937 both IncliiHlve, iimonntlnK' to J. :
A.
iiml J. I II.
I. and 1 ri'tu-MHent. the unpaid, taxes 1-2-4-I1-H-9-10-11-I2 I of SIlk Ib V 1'Ju"c" 1',111'0. her hu. I Hated I hiM 271)1) day of :Noveinlier; $87 IS kl:1
All llll 16 & LotH, 1- -45f"r\ ,! ,. V:. M.I Ivev ; I: I".Iet.l. .lleeMlmm l 37.OFFICIAL.. ALSO: I I I I'lerk of .
r; n. 111,1'S. nr t*. i I .
----- lilk 17 & [.",.. 2.3-4-5-H "rllll< 1"1 J.I I IIr..ln"d l'o.Ily. 1"lnrhl. I \
> \'k.. I.'. M' lirtm: .'. ( 8KAI.) I Kant H Allen of W l. of SW. of
18 ttt Acru III of I.OUIHVnml
uornur I 1.I''olh. '
I y and I t litti ; A J THOMAS N I':' of Suction 26 Ti.. H S It. I'11.&t..1 -
BE MODERN Kinirtli SI ( or Lot 1) Ac 1.1'.nl
THIS of
Court 1
YEAR GIVE Clerk of "
t.'Ii ; nada N Iii>' l I -nt. her j 1'1".111 la coninlnlnir I I M Acren. moreor
2.41i.o.r Illk 1'1
19 Ai I.otM13A6 .I I
of Hlk 20 U All Hlkn 26- hiinbaiid .5,:,Ii"n"1'; xun<;;.r Uraham 'I Ilrl.I".re I County. Klorlda. l .. >r
Hud "h"I. hm, wife; Sinn'I II- -" Thv taxed to he Hold are evidenced MATTKESSKS MAIIK ,
UNIVERSALUniversal 29-SO-31-32-33-3I-35-36-37-3H- ... of 01.1
f IJHUand l.v ccrtlllcatiiH ; 3KU nnd I 1H53
Lam*. hIs WITH; -- -- -- :001.
Ac All Illk13 M of S. A. 1.. Ky In I
of cmHlltlonNnw
1 II l.-mor, <> und I l.t-iiini-i'. his "' II< 192H and I IH.13 respectively. I und r-pI lteglerdiesa
Si'ctlon "
| M.SumpMon II 21 .City.:.. 4 Tp. 7 j.1 .; chim., lt"lM>rfri .n.1 lluli- 1'1'1' TA'AI.PI.U..TIO' I I ri-neiit r yi'iirn l')27): tu MattrvMteH XIa "il1i;
Thu tafceB to |M. Bold. ale fvl'l*>nrt.d trIM" MM wff> .1. t'. 12,11.ntI.'..* J. Senate mil %,,.:1".01 Itlll.!> Ixith I "I': iimiiuntliiH toI Let us convert your oil l mat- { I

I by ct'illlli'iiteii N..... 196 nml 149 0' C. 1,1ly"ncl! Kdle andJor. .__ NLITH.'K IH IIEUKHV : That I In 10 '
1930 mid, 1935 r.'Hp.i.' tlv.y.I | an.l, reprvB.ni J..II) "le. T. W Pills and C. J. rowvll. holder' of 2-0 Tux ALSO: tnma into new type inner spring 1
the unpaid lax.'. fur the 111. wife : I. S JIoaMf.vMHU Cl'rtlflcilttt No. 314 iHNUecl the 6th N\V'4 c.f SIJl -of Sec. 211 Tp. I mattress. Our prices are rca 1 1Inlble.
yearHI
\ ttfiiMcy, hi wlf U. J. M. H. 22 I'S.] containlnK I 40 AcruH,
.
4. I I 119211 to 1U37 bolh InclUHlv. amountINK I ; hay of AuiruHt A. 1> 1SI2U, has filedHiuiin Satisfaction Guarflteed. -
t<> $1.10.1.UK Hiifkncy.V I M I I Hu'kiu-y; ; .M I I-H. Mary In my office nnd IUIM made aplillcatlon more or I.... 'I

Electric Irons : '.' In Center of U S. 1 ll"pkitM: Mac.Moltuc and Mn- I for it tax deed to he iHHiiedthereon. lilt ,., taxeM to "dold uro evidenced .
I ""\1.:1: Uy II"I ni ok .Mil.v ] lIst.S hi.r1";i unkw. helrui Ha.ld cert If Icutn emhraceii by certUlcutcH NOH. 231: nnd Hir>3 oflH9 'j
| J'" inarkud 241 0.1".1., """ tl"'I"I h.lnl ,'In Ito. hu following: duHcrlbed property In and I Iti3! : : r""I..tvtly.I and rep- Quick Service
At .41 from I'alatka, At r.m run K onnalil I antH ,' ". nnd,'r \N J ClrtlThi, I I Dm I: County of Ifrudfoni, State; ofKlorlda r'M" tinpuld IIx. tin y."r
$3.50 l dt'CHiiHt'd. ln-lrH 1911 I I IM7! hoth i IncliiHive.I
( Ky track 127 to a i'( of ; l IIH unknown rlnvt- 'o.wl: t Li Mattress Company 1
r I HOMH, I*> Tllt I MH Itlllt'l ClllltllUlltH I log lo $129.58.
b.'K. 'TlmlHM S 827 ft, \V 714 ft. :N .. All & I, ItlHlnBN Addition :
to S. A. 1. Ity rIght of 1'llllllll undnr 1). .1. drlffln, Irv.. to Htnrke. Ill NorthwestWnartur Said lax ccrllOcati'H' I I ( ng.-l her with Kiwtory: S8I Park St., .

1..1I' .* N 7)) ilcKi'euB, K on | .1.1 If flthr. ..I ,, any of mild I I Ii of North (('Opt. Quarter ull dul"Heiiieiit| omitted or Levied JACKSONVILLE. Fl..".
.* Bald::r Hunt, of 3&7 It, TlifliuttItfJ i .I.r..I..nt.. are ..*.d tlu-n I South of Ninth St., Section illT.wnhIp tax"'" wilt he Hold to the hlKlient hldder 1
UniversalHeating way I'd the fit the Court hoiine door Sturkeon We for and deliver;
| Ulkl"Wl h.lrM. It Month. Uanice 22 I just
ft I I.I of H.K12 A.. Seotloll I i
11. "rlnl','., ttr c Illi in,.n t ,KaHtTh: the 17lh day of I ('.',,.tr. 1937, drop card.
4 Tp. S. 21 K. uulltalllIIIK
6 1'I54 I 12 a.....'. I... or lee,. I I 0 CC (I flthrr. nU or any d.VIH..H.J UHHeHHment of II. nal.I property at 11:01): o'clock A. liiIttet I W 1 .
:
.
I IirfHiitlaiitH thin ITt II of ,
HpMcifU-aUy ii tHHUedWIIH
Pads The tax... to bn are evident'i'dby under the Hald certificate day ...
c.1' .. ;lu..ul. and 15fi of I fihfiv. iiItl'It H ElI iIi. aH flIt,V b. In the name of leo II. Well.ITnleHu ..|'. 1937.OFFICIAL.
"lcll" 21.1 I I tin* "f (UiiiK I hIll liill of ( SKAL)
comp Huld certificate I allaH be r"
1930: and I 193i! and 11'
I reHpvcllvely reprobnt l.i ; .... \ I I to .law, thu A. J. THOMAS. \ 1
I unpaid laxeB for the .m.'cor.I,1
$3.25 h. yearn 1'01- Still ?
1929 t., I'jl7: both 1I.lu"lv... ainiiunl', | : lh*, Hfvcial 1 and tptL'tlv' I huM "'1 h.r.11 wIll l>. 1 clerk of circuit Court "f Coughing
i : the the court I lt'KIi fo.rd County, Florida.
log 10 $11 2K. 1 h'f <>r wixen t t dm natural to hlRhem h4.1. at
I' l,.5 l'2 I.. of 81':H 15:,(".'lI Id "" h'I'.11 I nnnit-d i" 1 It.f">ndantH IIOUHU duor on .. Monday In 12-3 31 12-17 I I No matter how many ,/
AI"I HK far A Sij, of..S'-j' of blSk .. bill 'to.) dm nainM of \vhoiuHfVfi'atly the month of JIIIUI"Y. 1938 which mcdl'lno'
| have tried for 9
of Slii4 I 10'n ..r NWluf SKI4 I I and ii'Hppctlvfly I are. *xicpt IH thn 3rd. day' hr January 1938.I \OTICR OK APPLICATION you your (
Snctloli, & Tp. 7 a. K. 21 K. contalnliiK UM h..lllwr"r., MpvcitloHllyni'ntiunid .. in, I eel I thin 161' clay i.f November, KOII TAX I)KKI> cold or bronchial Irritation you ctri j

I 60 ....r..". more or IUHH.I'llil unknown 10 Plaintiff; l !>37.IIFFICIAJL.. ( ..."n.e Illll .. IH.TINOT1CH : get relief now with Creomulslon.Serious 5
tl.tUM tu h BOliI I urn ct' Td any nnd, ni unknown pnrtfonHw ( HKAI) : IS IIKIIKHV: nlVKit, That troublu may be brewing una i
by e'It hIiIt.'M ;1;...". L'no and 1,1"1".0 I ho ,.lnll I iiny .111. rlKhl I tltl I I'. or A. J THtMAH. (;. A. UrlfflH, holder of Tax Certlfl- you cannot afford to take a chance
i 1930 'and' 1H35 resllctisCIY. and rtprepent I Int..i'i-Ht. in and to tin* land hrtln I Clerk l'I'rllt Court of cute No. 461 I iHHiiefl tin 2nd., day nfSeptember i
with
: I lie unpaid tux.B for: I the yearH If..r di'Wl iui-xl, to' iinv part I h.r..r, ItI'ui ford l'olnly. Florida. A. I>. 1935, nan filed dame any remedy ICI potent than '
; '
Universal Electric 1929 t.. 1M37: both I lii.'luBiv... atnuunthiK I aH h.I IN. tl I.'VirHIM, ...u.I...M, 11-19-61-12-17 In my office und ban ninde application CreomulBlon, goes right to 1
W t" $46.20. or otlirr clalinantH under any uf tile for a tnx deed to ho 'Innueilthfrcnii. the lat of the trouble and aids nature 4
Coffee Maker AI.8U: All NU of NW'1 S of ahovtt, nitnifd IJ'fi-ndantH, or wither NOTH'H OP A."PI.U'ATIO' Said ,..rlt""I.I omhraceiithe to soothe and heal the Inflamed
linini-ll, AT rti.j of NW I, Kxvepti of Ih.nl; 10.' TIIKKIt following "" In membranes and to loosen JI
,
,
..
( shill No. 163)N.rriIIS mucus
Crews Delicious Flavorful ,; 440 It. Section X Tp. 7 S. U. Td I lie f..l I|lIla I liiK tin ,n..I cirporatloiiH IS HEKK1IV OIVKN That ills Florida County. of IIrn" f.i'l, State of expel the germ-laden phlegm. 1 I I
I 21 I .:. containlnK I ) """ "". moruor .. tn-\vlt Floridu Cetil, rat iVnln- to-wi:
lOl C. .5.1' ..) of nf TaxCertlflcale Even other remedies have failed. .
.
,.
Coffee of NorthwedtQuarter
with hardly loss.The HUla Hallway Company ; TinFlorida. I ; : 9.r 1 .Id3: the 7th 1 .1 :
tuxeB to he. .. ure M\lden.'ed f la I 11 road Company; W ood wardWIKht loo of 1'.1.11 IK Towndhlp do" b dlounRed. try CrcomulBlon.
any waste at all an ideal I ,10 day of f). 1930 hnn
.uly. fl..d 7 South ( 22 con- authorized
druggist to
by I'ertitlcateB NOB. .0 of ItIO and & ( ''I''Y. ltd. ; W, C!. FOB- In ,' and lION tI..t. : 11 ,
Girt IK9 of I luU: nnd, I 1934!': rHKpH.'tlvply |pr c'ompmiy, ; I. : .,''liNers A Cotn- i appltcutIon name. I "y for nfl tax" deed to hit IHMiiud The bIlling 40 ,\'r..., of more or ditld refund your money If you are not 'j
nHHedHment the I
and rt-preitent I Ihu unpaid (II ace for puny: Tlu-, .\111.,1 it. Sun J4umli hold am- property thoroughly satisfied with the benefits -
theruon. under I hipitII .j
$4.95 the 1930 to 19.17 both (I. Mr "Irlf..ale IHNiied -
> earM Company; ; c'rlf""I"
I.lu h'c' the obtained from
COI"ny prop- the first
tnll\vllll wnn In the rianie II. very j
.
117475.AI I I
Ive, anioililttnir J C. IVniMyIwlnn I Ccn ln. l ,
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In the Stateof
IU: K 440 ft. of NK': < of :VniPi'loan AKrU-uttural I : l'hmloal::i erty Florida, to-wlt: Ur"dcrd. Iieed.Tnlf. bottle. Creomulslon I one word-not 'i

NU" ',,, S of llranrh & K 410 ft of ( 'umpuny. \ d. Soaln & lo"I"'Y. All ItlockH K &: F, nitdnir'n. Addition ( HH duld certlflcnto .h,1 be re two. a It has hyphen In it. '.
HandsomeUniversal SIof' NWki Section 8 Tp. 7 u banking I corporation; Iola. to Stnrke In Ni.rthwentQuarter deemed....".." "nr.I"K I to lit w, Ih. properly Ask plainly see that the name :
S. 1C 21 K containing SO .aorvB SiivlnKt I Hank l a rorpuratlon ; l"k of Northwest Quarter Ih.r'I" Bold an the bottle Is Creomulslon and .!.
Toasters I 1 inoro or 1.'... of London : CI/ETIXU-I I South of Ninth Kt. Section 2R'row".hlJ to the h.rh..1 '1.I.d..r at Monday the courthnuHH Inthe youll get the genuine product and I

The taxvB to hp Bold al I evldonc'cd You and ** '" herebyimtinfil 0 South, <<. 21 month rlr.t the relief want. (Adv.) 4
Ian nf 1938. which you
Makes! Breakfast i I by vvrtillfUtuM NOB. 1-6 of 160 and thai th, I'lltIilI itt. I I.* il..Alexander Kant J"nllry. ,
I ao easy 163 uf ta.ll and 193& r.hlHclh..II.| haft flIed hlM bill of "com The aHHeHHinent of thn .nld property r '
to prepare. A joy in any and reprvBenl the unpaid taxen .. plaint I In tht I 'Ir'ul I I 'oIl it nf Hrad* under the Halil certificate In .i !
home_ the yuan 1930; to 1937 both Inclusive ford County, "'I..rldl. against you IllIcIt WaN In the iiHinn of John A. lET TiE MOST OUT OK YOuR MOTOR WITH
amountlnv to and catch of you an liHfnndantii., CurtlM.l'nl !I ,
AI.HO: S I sO.I. A MIV" .,...k InK the freelnsrcof tax pale( HH said certificate be reileemed KOOL
: $2.95Aladdin of NK'i Section 8 Tp. .S. <<.>rtiricattH I cov,*rlnff the rol..wln. a,',*ortllng to abal, property MOTOR

I- t:.. uontalnliiK 80 a.-rea more or ducrlb.d lands: dencrlbed 'therein be Mold to
IPHH.The. All of Set'. I : 1. or *1St'1;. NV4I the hIKh "' Mdder "wIl he court OAHOL.INE AND OILS 1
II Ilx.... to htt Bold are evidenced ,, SSl.i. I 0.i ;lP.. or 8S' ,,. ItoiiHe door, on the flrnt Monday In FIVK STATIONS IN BRADFORD
Electric and Oil Burning Lamps by rertllU.utaB ;OM. all and 163 of s/. of N I I'5 Ir 10 I.I the month of January, 1M38 which COUNTY ARE AT VOl'll

I 1930 un.l 1935) r..I.'clv..II. and repreBpnt NWL,. : .r KW'. toI' ort IH thu 3rd day of January, 1938. 8ERV'E WITH A VOMPL LINE OF ., '
thu unlllid for the c if SVI SW'. ofN 1 Dated this 18th day of November, CITIES
t\ SERVICE
yearn 1929: 10 both Inclunlvu. of Sec."I I : p11 of 5.-c.'I.I ; 1937OFFICIAL. PRODUCTS .'

NOTHING aminintliiK' to $12206.ALMi of 1'''. 1,4 : :-; 'V\ "r HW', ( HKAI.) TIlE NEXT MOTOR RUNS PlOT GET THAT I
NW !! of NWVi SuctIon 9 II 5.-c I: S1i2'4. I S'. or NP2L4, A. J. THOMAS, TIl.EOUR
MORK BEA trrlFUL Tp. 7> : U. 21 K. 10 AtE.'e. more N'i.I ,' I' '.. I'5'.I: (4 IW"o. Clerk of Court 'fItrndford ) FROM ONE OF THEME l'

or I IVBB. w j or HWI; ,. S5 ., or ,, .lr..1 I'uully. Florida. STATIONS: .OlN ROGERS (Gauwwllle Rood)
% ThH taxeB to b.. Hol.l am uvldenvf.lby Sec. lh: NIKI of NW'H SWl,
NOTHING I I ctTtlllrates ;1;"... 212 and 164 of of NW,. NI':', of I'IW' ,. NW', 1.161.11X01'U'.J Kity's Dad Fenders 13-28 1

MORE PRACTICAL, ; 1930 ami! 1934 I tHllcl I h "Iy. and reprpBent of SKi., of Sec IVI; : Heo.ik OK ellIS Of TAX f
\ thu unpaid taxeB for the y"Brl 21 nil t'tt'I.t ,. i'J, 4S. IKIITIKIC'ATKMNotice Sta. Harrison's (Brooker)
I 1929! to 1M7' both Inclusive, anioun- .... 22.; 1,11. ..x.q.1 55 ,. Ir MWhIr IH hervl.y' nrlven I C.llollxendorf 1 I
1 NOTHING I' lIlt t" $ 04 5-t'. 23; :N" MWnr HW\ I haM tiled :hl"I ; D. E. ROBERTS I
g1.g MORE APPRECIATED I, suns.JTI N elf Sli'i At S\V | Of 1' .r 551.'. ..r ...... 24; N'' ten MjtieHt that the tax certlHcateetoirethcr Agent .

I ,. SKV, Section II Tp. 7 S. U. 21 K.containlnK I,; 1,, '10 w':f tl V I.I .r .r:.. 211, \I t h all nnhfefuentomlttefl | BRADFORD AND UNION j
A GIFTSThan I I I 120 acroH mure ur (4 1 .; $ ; : Of or levied taXftH h.l. hy the WORTIIINOTON COUNTS .
b1L TOR XMAS I..... '%\ LI' l-I2'm ..r ; %\" ... "..,..21 : Slate, ho ad.rll"'d and .old to thehigh.'et SPROS

A Smart j The taxeH to 1" Hold are evidenced ii ..r pit i'i iiirnii i it-1 ii K i ii j ,.n- bidder fur CHHI UN provided 1
liv cerllllcnled' 0... 215 und tIll of frhip' ? Smith, IllIrlit.22 KiiNt.Von I I llounn lull 3lid of the 1937 actn. r
TABLE OR FLOOR I I'1511) nnd I 1935 rewpectlvely' I and, reptenent rtf ni t her not iftd :t hat you ) ,
LMO LAMP I the unpaid taxed for theleurH ami ('iirh ,.f yi'ii ."'>< I jt..|ItI il'PII l I to t\\\\.I

I IU2I: I.. I 19: I7 both |11'II"h.|, | Y"II' ai''H| ... ni *->.itd IMIUHM In the
nt".. intlHK $100 l HI) kV .""I., r )Ii, Mi. 'otirt' MiUfu InSturkt (
We Have Them ALSO: Mi1.I ..r NW'i' S.Ihl *. Mi, ,'if.rt' cliinty, l.'I..rIit., on II

I I !II l '1". ; S. l IS. 21 I I IS.!. ,'," 'IIIIK M'indji, January 't. )litiix.! litI, | I"h, )
L II) .HlTtm inure ur .....M. Ifl't' (tltf \"ijr aiiH\vr or ., .I..j I
lie Hold are evidenced l .* HP 'r 11'.1' ly aor a
I The laxeH to 1,1."cl. A&P
Oil Burning Lamps I lv certllii-ated" :-;"... I 1.1 und I 172 of 0. i -rmff-ixi trill In- filtereda YOUR LOCAL 1))
FOOD
1932 und 111.14! r".I..tv..ly.I and npredenl train I *'t you STORE
I $4.95toJO.00 I lh" II. Ihe yeuidl I It IH further, oiderHil that Ihll order I

1931 In: IU.I7'li both :Includlve uinoun"ALWO Ia- 1."II.h'd nru't. >...h u *>t*k I
,
for IOU I' wvckr In thw
U ..
1. .s1-/i 11 I Hiadford Cr.unty T'l-Kraph." "* I
Electric Lamps : : "f NKli: 1'.1 .
I I'pI S.' K. 21 I-!.. ...,.I"lnlll 40 | iaptr l-'I'.1hl.h..e. I I In I4rad ford (' .WI'I L

T $2.OOtoIO.00 1 _:AtreH! !;itIiPeM_ IlIorO to ul bu It-pp Hold are "ld..n".11 I ty.thINS AM' OKUKItKM. at "ha"1 WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY DECEMBER 25, 1937 J





__ All with genuine- whlp-o- JIORID. Open .Late Friday Night, Dec. 24 ,I



b- lite aba/lea. Will bold FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE""MERRY 1


their color. n med in tlic manu/m-lu )i' o/



E /' XMAS" 1

We will allow you $1 on '/ SEWING THREAD I ,


your old lamp on any oil \. e moos ia the wol ju* m>ka the 't

i ., T.tewing thread UK) S h b C. the bed AND 'SEASON'S GREETINGS ,i
burning lamp. .r
..,. oxton noiMjr oa buy- irapomd Emluaconon.uidii'fXMnuMCxim >
,
1 1I Ail Uif thindiaude I Watch Our Hand Bills For
ep Economy Prices i
,_1._ fmm Am**** cotton .*e .jou w :

BRADFORD HARDWARE COMPANY 'Ill tat then lot mengtb K.i .
-. SMd far* JO-T-J _
pJ"I.yMCA..NC... NATHAN N. PREVATT Mgr. '
ma*fawn
Starke, Fla. I I 1 ,l

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JW4WICVO r(Mr$> "r..cA. .. resent unmltf tan for the yearn hy c.rtfflrt*> Non. at and of 1*8. 7 It. 11. 0 t(., -cantalninir1. ..- 'cr. remrifif> 'unnald take for tiisl Tp. t H. R. 21 J. eonllnln.' 40 b>r .l'tflfciit! lf> "
KOIt TAX OKKTOtt 1M7, both Inclusive, ..ouat. and IU5 respectively and representthe more or -lena yearn 1028 to 1937 both InclusIve, Acres, more or I.. l o 124 ot sMP'ctlvely -

I ( .*ui e Hill N.. 1M| Inn:lt'O $2427. I unpaid. taxes for the yearn lUt The taxes t. be sold are evidenced amounting tn $371.iO.ALSO The taxes to be sold are evidenced taxes for, sn th represent the

NOTICE IS 1IKRBRY O1VKN Thattob.rt I Hld tux certIficates together with to 1017, both Inclusive, amountlncto by certificates No. ail of n. : NEIof NWVi 8% of hy certlflcaten Non. 12. 104 and 19] both fnclumlve years 11534
to
)' K. Star holder of Tax Certificate omitted Levied 1131 & of 1931. 1931 and ,
.subsequent or tlSJ.tl. .p..tl".ly. and represent unpaid NWV of NWV4 A WVi of 8Wy rPHp..I".ly. ALSO: NWt amounti15 p,
No. 214. issued the 2nd day taxes wil be. Hold to the highest ALSO: KH & Kl of NW*S ft KV( taxes for the yearn 134 to KLot NKH ot MW1tJ"! ofHWVi and represent the tax.. ,' NVm.1 24 NW.

of September' A. I). 1035, han Bled bidder the Courthouse door In8tnrk.it of HWof 11 Tp. 2 H. K. tO K.contalnlna ., IJ7. both ". amountIng to of Hue. :iia I. K., the yearn 1930: to 1937, both Inclo- NO 'Yp, 14. II '. ,. i cIitInlnf
ante In my office: and ha. made. application on the 17th day of Dev..mb.r. Ilcl"AI' containing Acres, more leHH. site ol The Acres, mm'., '
; Acres, more or less "ooJ} lO'Ol'M"o. t ii x es 4 ht. l ',,
for a tax deed to be Issued 1937. at 11:00 I o'clock A. M. evidenced i.fI WVi 0 o
: -
The taxes to he Hold evidencedby ALHO: NS of NK"H NW of The taxos to be gold are by i'erttricates ir,
J thereon. Said certificate embraces IR.e this the 27th day of Nov'cm.be certificate* are and 8 or 1930: SW,. & KVj of HWt l& W '," of by cei-tlflcaten Nns. $5 nnd 9 of 'I'l 1'. 8. It. 2 K., containing SOAcioH I 930 and 1935 No, b70 01 i

}- the following described property: Inthe 1937.A. I and 19.16 NoM 2 and represent KK', A' 10 Tl 1929 and 1 35 renpuctlvely, and rep more or ." resent the resp..ctivei
County of Hrndford, State of J. ThOMAS the r.Hp..tv.ly.the 1929 7 H It. oJ 1' ::0 : 'I'r2' Acren: resent thn unpaid\: taxes for the 1'h. tiixen lo bn Hold are evldaiicedhy years 1929 Unpitid un4 ccfl
years
)Klorida to-wlt: (Merk of Circuit/ t'mirt of to 1937,. both xi IncluHlve I amounting I more or" 10"! yearn 192* to 1937, both 11< i-ertlflcaten NOH. 122 and 538 of amounting tn to 1937, bulb fop, .

Southeast Quarter, of Southwest I Hrndford "'Clint)', Florida. I to 1763.38. The laxen to be Hold are evIdencedby I amounting tu $411.1:1.: 1131 and 1936 respectIvely and represent .'.l..MJ: $134 2tmoWl'eJ

Quarter of Northwest QuarterSection 1.2-3.3 1'1 certiricatna NOH. 82 and 80 of ALSO: of NW of :IIHI"1 the unpaid taxex for the ( W'' .

Utt Township 5 South __ ALSO: NW, of s.:'.. lVi of :, 1K3U und and reprenent T"",. j S. .. 21 E.. '," ,, yearn 1930 to 19.17. both Inclusive, ;.., i'itmtainlml' 1
NWV r..etv.ly.
Range t2 10 : Itt of SWV Sec. IS 13. for the more or less amounting to $101.75. ''C

Acres ,..JogIi,:nt"lllnl I \OTIOM( OF CItE OF T'X 1 Tp. 45 H. H. 20 K.: contalnlnK 100Acroa i yearn I92t to"nl.I"1937, both tax.H Inclunlve, A.'I''H.The tuxes to bn "ole aru" evidenced AI.SOSWV, of 8W i of Set'. 10 Tho taxes to I be etIti .,, ,

The anHenHmnnt Ih. said property 'lnTIFItA1'M:0TIII more or lent amuuntliiK to $700.79. by certiricatttn nil mid 93 of Tp R. R. 21 B., <011,111,1 40 hy certlflcaten Non lv:, ,, ''Iij

under the said certificate, IHntied IS HICHEHY OIVEN that The taxes to be Hold are" L.ld.'p. ALSO: Nit & or "W'., & 1929 and 1935 and represent I Acros, more or tosn.The 1930: and 19:14: u'.1,,., ti Ii 14(,

wan In the name of Unknown.Unless ,her Company:: I him filed by certificates Non. 27 I4Vi.1 of ""NH K 100 the r..cctv.ly. for the I.Sets to bn Hold' are evidencedhy renent the unpaid tmmxp .

said certificate. Hhal be i..- with I tun written request that the I 1929 and 1984 respectively, and represent NS of HW" SKU of 1.c.1 yearn 1923 to 1937 cell' iflt'itemu NOH. 9?, 109 mil I 1)9 yt-nrn I 1929 to I 11,37. i,,,, ,

deemed according to Ifw. tl. property tax certIficates tngothor with all the unpaid taxes for the 11 Tp. :)'. It. 20 K., c"1.11111 t1of 511c amounting I to $1 ft .h.botl or 11129.! 1932 and UaG: respectively, limountimig' ',. $370" 1,11 I-,

described therein be sold subsequent omitted I or levied taxes yearn 1928 to 1937: both ,\ ,...". more or IUHH.I ., SEV, of SEVi of Sec. 85Tp. and represent I it,. unpaid iax-H for ALSO: ,.
to the highest bidder at the courthouse held by the StMo lie ndvurtlHed and amounting to )J10.23. In.luMlv"1.11 I TIn taxes Li) bit noli are .vhl.nc.d lt"A. It. 21 E containing 40 I the yearn 1928 to 1:7. both In'II- NW., of NVVLrHy: -!?,'. p ,.'
door on the first Monday in Hold to the highest I bidder for cash sive. to 03. 21 K., contalnliiK ,
\ : SK*k of SKU of s.". 18 by certificates NOH. 84 and Acres more or I. .molnlnl mi \ m .-- ,
the month of J"nl.'Y. 1939. whichIn an po.e. by louHo Hill 991 of Tp II. .0 i".. contalnlnK 40 1930 and 19JS renpnvtIvely, and rep- Thn tnxun to be sold are evlduncfdby .\.10 \ of SK'i of H.". 10 less
$, the 3rd day January 1938. the cif the certltlcaleit 87 and I II) of II. 21 E. The
kot'o.nber J1 7o hdPH' !: rent Acres, morn or IOHH.I renent the unpaid, taxes for I I'y".rH :, Tp. It. 'ollnlnlnA 40Acres tnxen to bn kui.i ,. ,
Dated thin It lh I of following
l day upon '' 1929 to ) buIlt InclusIve, 1929 and 11134 and rep or lean. hy cortlflcnti'H ,, ,
1937. I I "Ht"II In the ('nuni) Hrndford. I I Thu taXMN to bit Mold are evidenced to 19.1. 'II rcHcnt the r""I..clv.ly. for the'' 101' 1930 and NOH lr, ,,, i,.
OFFICIAL SEAL! ', of Florida, H' nfI by com'tifi'ates NOH. 29 34 of i; umountlnK 'I.U9.6. unplll The taxes to be evidenced 1935 respectH ,
:1,1. : al" SW 01'I 1928 both Inclusive Hull ,. ,,
In.wl I ALSO ALL yearn renent the
I :
I of Sec. 25 K.containing 1929 and 19)4 rcHpuctlvoly, rep-I' 193. by certificates No. 97 and 6.19 of unpaid \tmi ,
,A. J. THOMAS I I 80"H., / I. l I"H" resets 1 I the unpaid\ tu see fur I the :<) & ? SKVi) of Sec. 1St t a".untll to $ : 1929 and 1936 r"HI'I'lvely. and represent yearn I 1929 to 19:17.: I,,, ,
'IIk of Circuit CnlI ofllrndford mo' ( 'I'i H. K contnlnlnit 660 : NVs of SWV, Sec. 2 TI'. 81 the antiittnmimig to $102
I The IR". to bn Hold are evidenced years 1928 to \37. hoth Inclusive, !,I t7 rh" .. I npl for t lie 87,
j
County S. 21 10. DO Acres
'"H. | containing Ai.Sti: Ni2i4
1928 1937 both Incl"8h'e.TP
1 to In yearn to 1'4'V'
No. I and I of f)2tI ) ; I10UIUII 'H.9t.fn : ,
I 1.24-It-I 2-24 hy..lfc.t.H evidenced morn or IWHH. P4cc.
Hold \'tt
"" are T" 6 s- It, -i
I I I ly. and represent : NI31.I of & i amounting to $77.13. .Zlt I' .., ,
193 \ vertlflcateH 85 and 63 of Thn tnxun to be Hold are evidenced 200)
:1' 1.r I by cl-es
unpaid' taxes for thi N ..., :0. ALSO' : NE' of NE'i of Sec. tl more or |,,
yearn I N I R of : B8
| certificates
I by NOB. HO
and and 531
: 1830: and 1935 Ively. rep-
\OTirw Oi' API".I'rIOFOR \ I 1)128 to 1 !>37, both: Inclusive, amountIIIK containing/ 80) 2 more or lona. "'i ; | : the ,: 1929 and 193li and 6 8. U. 21 B., containing 40Ait The foxes to In. HOI.I ., .
I A.. resent the SiI taxes for : respeotIvniy, renleHint morn ICHH. by I ,, ,
p' to : : is or certiricati.n
flU7.ll.
!
The NOH
nEI taxeH lo Hold are evidenced thn I 20 ,,,
r_..I. lllll V. > ALSO: Al S'i' of SEl'\ s of ltiverSec. i iI I by certiricatea NoN. 30 and 35 of 1929: yearn 1929 to to both Indu"I.. 182S to unpaid taxes hoth Inclusive for theyears The taxes to be sold are ....Id.n..dhy 1 I'.Kill: : and I 1934 m'u.NI.I ,. ,I, ,I(Il t
NOTICE 2B T containing' ; : amountlnK $1,12869. 111,1. .- NOH. !)8 and I 138 of l-t-Hent the rt
IlEltKHY 11IVEN. That |> 5. It. 19 K. and 1934 renpi'dlvely, and represent ..ICh..I. unpnlil ttix .. .
NW'i to $ .
_t lrn.. I.lule holder of Tax J I 20 Acres, more or I" the .BUv..r: lJ'. l ', .nntll 1929 In,1 and rnirenviit years 19211 to : ,,, ,
HIkkllnl. I .. unpaid lax, for the yearn, 1921 8E'4 of Sco. 12 S. It. 20 K. i icontulnlnK W of NWI, of Sec 3 13 .I..I.ely. 11.17, i ,,
1 fertlllcate No. Issui-d the 2nd The taxen to he mild \O for the amounting
4. day evl'l.'n'etlI to
are to 1!'37, both amountlnK S. I IAcren $37324tt :
lenn. E. )
Tp. 21 do
of September I A. I'135.. has died I I by c-ertlfli-nteH N.. 2 anil 1 of 111211nnd to I1C9.89. II.h..lv. $0 A.r"", more evidenced or I ,..I. less, containing yearn 1H28 to 1917, both In""lvo. A lSl I: N f'm ,.f ,,
In office and, han I III HI Thu taxes to I. Hold are | or to U I 7.02. S. I K. SI I ,
name my made application respectively, and representflirt |; I'l.
"lolnllll I'oniniit) I ,,
ALSO > .. 63 of The taxis bn sold I
I of KK of and to evidenced i
: S'i i Hun. 2.1 Tp. hy certlfli-att-H >
for a tax cle.>d to I he Issuedthereon. | unpaid taxes for the years 192Hi : | :1" .1 I : tV'', of NKVi SWJ of moro or less. -
I Said certificate I ,"nh\.r. to tail, h InclUHlvv, a s. It. 20 !'; containing, 80 Aries, i 1 )31 I and 1935 1 r""I'lvely.I and represent by cert if lea ten Nuts in) and 121 of1l'2U "\ \'. Except 2'j Acres l Il'.,. Tlm itt t i-s to In- sold ,, .
i 13. 1".unllll more" or Inaa. I ho for tho and 11134 respectively I und represent i I.
the dencribed properly ''Iu ':11H. of Sec. 12 Tp. I S. II. 21 ':" ., by certlflcntcn Nos | tt ,
I hn 'ulowlnl., H.dfol.d. State ofKlorldn. .\1.11 All SEVJ i nf NEVi H of TintnxeH to he AOI are evidenced yearn 1930 to lIlt?. both l"dIHI", I the unpaid taxes for the'years i i11Ilnn" talnli'K 78 Acres, m.,. "'". 1931: and lli.'ll respe, i ,' ,
to ,
: I & N'u of SE', At All l h v certlflcaten and t>S1 of I amountlnK i to U I l33iO. \21 1U37.: both IndIHlv., resent the I.! ,
to.wl Thu taxes to I. art* evIfCenccdby UmtIia i
: NEV of .01.1 I ,
: .
Moist SoulliweHt Qunrter 'SEVi fl'jN nf Santa I-V River, 1930 and 193A! renpectlvely, .and reprenent \.BO: NKl, Hxi-cpt i tt SOO.50. years I iaio: to 11137. II
J"lr I fertlflcnten' 139: 141 of i ianioiintlng
of of Sec. c"I 6 S. II. Ill E., containing I he unpiild, taxes for the l S'a of SK'i: AT E'v of NWVi! \.10: 1'- of Sec. 3 TI'. No. nn' to $ ,
QI"I. 1'c. 1930: and I 1934: reHTiectivel U5.I l
NOII"I "
", 13 Tp. 7 S. U. 20 !l': contalnliiK 6 21 I E., SO represent
tion 2 IlnK" HO Aries, morn or ICHH.The ) '1''. I 1929 to I IH37, both InclusIve, ,"IRlllnl .c"'j I iinltiild taxes foe HIM ALStlV'., A, S'' .
leHM. p
20 East contulnlnK 20 I taxes to be Hold to 1131: 92. 280 Acrns : or !lenn.i ,. morn" or I 30 Tp. 6 H. ,
evidenced
are It. 21cris ,
< Ilnlltll > t nrn) tl'2' 1 II37! 1 1amountlnir both'l InclUHlvo !l-; .
'I'tie tnxeH be sold ,
nx '" to DI' are eviuencifu to are" evidenced <
i 1 flit
Ri & ,
li'SH. of "
more or by certificate* :oH. H antI 3 of 1929 !; K'6 NW'i ; 1 54.141.ALSO \ more or lesn
.o $
The iiHHi'Hsiiieiit of said I and 1834 ". and SWof \ > & E'at, H\V'i of .'I. 1 by yen iflemit's NOH. 8(1( and 81 of by c..tHI"t". NOH. 100 and Wi of
tl. property "lluclv.ly. represent \.4 I '' I : )4t0' of 8W/4 of Thn taxes I In I,,. .
1X12 SW'i ,, .
: and I stIll|
24 1930 1934 rrspactIvely, represent respectively,
I
under, the said Is-1 ho unpaid the yearn 1928 I a R H. 20 K. ccintnlnlnw) I 520 al.1 ; n'n: : '
'l'rIOCRI. IIX" \ ; of SW'i Except 10 Acres by cerilflcnten "
In NW
the unpnlil tax ,. for thai I I ri's- lie unpaid taxim for E' Non IM ,,
In the morH lenn.Tho .
k to or
.up'd wan nnn n "fr '
Steiner )'r. to '1137.. Ilclu.h.. amounting \ yearn 1929 to 11)37. both Inclusive, yearn 11:1: to 1937 both '. Hnc. 13 Tp. t 6 S. It. 21 B., ti's.- l-io: : and 19.15, rcsp..m: I h", "
| taxes to be Hold evidenced tainlng I I 90 Acres, lonn. resent thn I ri'
ar. : I,. $1 I I 5M to $75.30. more or unpaid IHV.. ;
I'nlesH nald ...llc.l. shall be redeemed AT/SO: Ally of NI '" & S'4 by cvrtlflcnteH :nH. and 24 of.,1 am"nlnl. g0' NKL & of Imolntll" SKV! SEVi 4 Tim ace to 1 bn Hold Ir. evldenctiil yearn 1929 to 1-117, I..M.. ., Iii>,.

ac.rci II: the property NW4 / of & \.. & WVj 0'1 1930: and 1 I93S re, ,"lv'ly. and reprvHvnt ''!i NWI, N' of SE'I., of N\. Tp. '' Tp. 6 H It. .1or Irni'c. 40Vcren bv i-erliricalCH I NOH. 142 and 144 of Iioitm rim lug to $1)44 114 i'i-' .>.
described will ho sold NR'i of HKVi 31 the for the I tP. I' 1930 and 1 and ISt ):
.j Ih..roll HE' l"c. Tp. unll.hl 7 H./ 11. 20 K: containing Acres, or lesn. I 19J. reHI"Clv.ly. represent NI.1 & Ni. t
to the highest at the courthouse / 1 R., containing : Act-en, yearn 1)29! IP:7.: both Inelu.lve. morn or less 10 I II I II The "w"1 to bo Mold are evidenced 11. unpnll for the 50 Tp, 6 54. It Ii 11. '""

door on tOe first Monday In more lenn. amoiintliiK- f 2. i I The taxeH to bi sold are evidenced I, hy ccrtlflcliten 101 and 126) of I yearn I I! I '. both I IncluHlve, Acres, moro or less. '

the month of J.nIR'Y. 1938, which The tne to he Kohl are evidenced I II ALSO: All Sin. 25 Tp. 8 R I. 20 I''by I certificates No. 61 of 1935: reiKuectlvelr 19:12: and 1934 : and repruHcnt I .n"UIIII to $167.14 The taxes to be sold .n, > .1.

the :n,'" day JRlu.ry. 1934.Dated hy certlflcaten NOH. 4 and 4 of 19291 I B., containing 610 Aci-en, or I and rcprenent unpaid I the r""I'.ctv.ly. for the I :i ;, of NVVU Except 10 ,'Jr.wpll/' li'B Non. I H1* ", -i ,'*,'

thin 30th dny S.v.mh.r.1 I I land I 1934 '..I..lh..ly. and represent less.TIti. I[ taxes for the yearn tl 1937, yearn 1931 to 1937. both inclusive : Acres III Ntr for A SWV, of MEt,, 1 and 1935 respect\v| | '

3. the %unpaid I taxvn for the yearn 1928 taxen to b. Hold are evidenced I both IncluHlve, amouniliiK to.,.amountlnK $15.02. \Vor ', nf .XBV. I S'. of reHent the unpaid I taxi-' t, ,. ,L'

;II., OIIIt.\f. IH' .H\ t i I to 193', both h1hl"lv.: amountingto by certlflcateH NOB. 36 anti 27 of $103 25.ALSO. ALSO: .NKVi". of N NWV ofINWU i HE', of /1' ,, of Sec. I 14 6 R It. yearn 1930 to I 11137.: both I In Lu'i

) J. 'H MM"t S71.4.! I 1930 anil t'U3! rcHpectlvely and ,','pr..lt I : SWli' of SWt of Sec. 131; & N\.4 \\I"ultH ,. 4 Tp. I 21 H ,'onl.I'lnl 110 .\"I.A. more amounting to 1:402: IMI)

t \ flerk of Cln"lt Court of i : NRV; & All :\ M of the unpaid taxes for the Tp. 7 8. U. 20 K., contulnlnK 401 j 44 R it. 21 E.. cO"InIIIIK 120 ',\"lH.1n" or lens. ALSO: All Sec. SI'TI, ., s i .
I 1929 to 1 19.17 both Time I tnxeH I he sold i re. evidencedby 1 Ii.I conialnliiH tilt, ,
Pra.I ford Count v, r'lorlila. ttlver MOP. :,15 Tp. 6 S. It. E., containing yearn Inclusive, Acres more or less '. or U>HH. '' I" A.- ,, .
r ; I -& 2)1(1)>() A,'"-,". more or I. ". amountlnif, to $1,023 60. Thn taxes to be are evidenced ,P t,,p The taxeH to bn Hold are( evidenced c.'ri if'i'mttes : 147 and 149 of less.Tho

; \ \ The tnxcn to bn Hold nre evidencedliy ALSO: NE'.. of NKVi I SWVJ of I by certlflcateH Moll, 86 alt. I of j I'by certificates Nos. 91 ,and 126 of !' I 14:IO and 111 1 r..llv..I.' I l nnd nprenent tuxes to bn nold at % ,,,,

T-- certificates NOB. 5 and 5 of 1929 i NKVi A SKU of NW'4 NV'4 of 1930: and: 1935 respectively 1 I lnd6 represent j I|I 1H29: and 1931 and represent | I for the hy certificates NOH. | S2 ,i ,tI l I i'
; NOTICK OFI.K <>K .I and 1934 respectively and represent SE'., of Sec 21 Tp. 6 8. It. 20 K., 1 t unpaid I I axes for i the ulpltd r.HI"ct..ly. for I the yearn 1929 to 111.17. both I Inclusive, 1930 and 1935: ruspiM't i l l\ely' itlj,( ri.

t, ( KItTIKICATKNNotice : the unpaid, taxeS r.,. thn years 1928- ('ollllllnl Acres more or ICHH. yearn I \ to 1937: both ''I' I'i I yearn 1928 to 1937 both. amounting to0.1. resent the unpaid luxes, V, ,
I m hereby Kfvell that Waiter to I 19.1. both 11.1".lv., ninotintlngto to bn Hold I.,evident itnitittnt lug: to $14 8f 1 i[ to $2. 9.H. Indu.lv. ALSO: NJ. I W'4 of yi'arn.lfl.n to 11137( : hoth n i ,.
has filed with m written i. anlnnll,1 I
NE'.4 A amounting to
'II. II | by 1935 re- I W' I i ., NVIHW" ( & $1,086 31
c"lllc.I'H : ALSO: N\Vy of NW'/i & N of NKVi 8B i ofNK' IW.
J I I"lie tax fortlflcaten together ALSO: NE'i of TI). I ,'ii t the unpaid : E.J:! of ., 6 Al.t'tul: NE'', It S\Vm, )V,
with omitted I : ,1'K"4'c "I".ctv.ly. ,.. of SK'. & Slj I of SE'i of See 14 i of Sue 5 'I'I I". 6 8. H. 21 K., HV'1' '
" I'u or levied .. ni held suhnniiuent by the State.be C H. It. 19 K. e the y"Ir. 1334 to 1837, Tp.. 7 5. n. 20 10.. ('ontRllh'l 120Aci'es j contalnlnK I i 120 Acres more or less H. K. 21 .. cUllulllno 56o AcreH, 5EV1 Sec. 32 't'I. It S. It ::1 I: ,
both less taming 400 Acreu
or
morn or lean.Thn to 173.20. nold 10' more 'tt i,
I hlcluHI'P. Ilunlnl ICSM. 1 I. The taxes to 1 It' evidenced
.' advertised and Hold to tIle blithestbdder tnxvn to he sold are evidenced A .$. 1, NWI', ifxIi4 1m'e L' evidenced ,I are I taxen to be Hold arn evidenced 'r tie ta\es, to he Hold in- ,,ibm,,,
; ; The taxes to l be Hidd are hy rcrtlftcnteM NOM. 92 nnd I 127 of I :
i- for cash bv House & S '. I by certlflcnteH 149 and 151 of by certlflcaten Non. 1:1 ,
-, .pro.hl",1 by 'certificate NOH. I and 6 of 19301 of \V. & HW, of | 82 of :0" I :; ,1
88 and 1929 and
certlflcateH and .
Dill 396 of the 1937 the Lvglnlature NWfc by :0' 1:1.: respectively, repreHent 1930: : and 1930 and 1935 ,
Icl. nnd 1934 and represent S' except NW'i of SE'5 S 193' ..I..I'.ly. and ri'l>- renp ctleh l
and
.H".I'.IY. r"p
1934 the
1930 and represent unpaid taxeM for
4 upon the followlntc descrIbed thu unpaid the Sec. S. It. 20 K. .I..th..I. rcHent for the resent the unpaid taxes
yearn 1929t Tp. ulp"hl t.xeH fr ml,,
I I thu for the 1924 to 1I7! : hot It
: real estate In the County of lirnd- ,) 19S7, both IncluHlve. amounting I 410 ,Acres more or lesH.The contl11111 Y"lr. 11'.h'HI. yearn 1929! \ t" b.lh I II ii sire, years .1i29 to 1937 holh i mi. ittii
tail h IncItiHlve
I 1929 tu lii'U.! 1 to U34.9:0 <
.t ford State of J'I.'III., 'o.wl: to $854. taxes to he Hold are ( ..." yearn i 1 amnuIll1 amounting, to $970.68 amounting to Sills 71.*
SVb of NI E'I. of It. 'hl.I. amounting: to $3:12.41.ALSO : NKVi of NIt SWVi of ALSO of of See. 16 ALSO: E' of NW .,. .
i pI ALSO: XW'i of & NE'. of by certificated NOH. 38 and I : EVi SW. j T.
I 19 13 60 ucrus, moreor : ) : EVi; of NE'4 & SWi, of NWV, IW'm,5 Except'S'4 of SWVi 6 S. U. 21 0 S. It. 21 :
; f '. and 1935 Tp. HOAcren. Iconuilnln; ,
cOllalnll' SWN' of v'fr See ) represent i
SW4
1,11111
.ld :
: r..I".I..I \ NW, of Sc 14 TI'| & :';K' of Sec. 6 Tp 6 8. loan. more or ICSRThn
, I.HH. the N1''b"r more or
33 Ti" 6 S. It. 19 100 I"XIH yearn 1929 !
i' The tuxcn to l I.,. sold I containing 200 : ll 21 containing I 200 Acres, moreor The bn nold ,'
ace taxes to evidenced
I 1131 both n
1 Ivhlen.,1 Acres, moro or lenn. 11.lu'v.' amounting taxes to lie sold .1. .
by certlllcateH : 1 and! I of 1929and Thn taxea to lie Hold evidenced j to SiOi) 03. l"ro 0' I less ACI.\\' \'H. I hy i-erllricatcH NUM. 133 and 118 of by rertiricalen NOH. HJ! ..i,
taxes to bn "" I l sold ," ,
are to
4 1:1: r""I..t..ly. and reprenent liy, ri'itiflcttti's Nr .,. I and 6 of i ALSO: SWl; of SW.1! SW'i i>f by, I't-rtlflcntoH" .oh 82 by curtlflcnten t.x >ii 130 are nnd" I.lc..e 19.11 and 11)35 respect I ively, and rfiresent HIM'Cllvely, und l-epresen' Tl I 11.f
th. years 1928 to and ", 12 sima Sec. 27 11" N.. I thu unpaid taxen for the taxes for the
and ii E.
: respectively "," i Tp. yearn I''tt't,7 i
\ \3. "ul. of 11130 19.14' und 1935 1930 and I iPSO!> and
,
1937 both to 'e"I'lvI' r..cU\l'ly. represent yearn 1930 I lo 19:17.:1 not li I I
t 'I'I"M"' '"unnlll the taxes for the yearn 1926. t"lnlnl I I 80 AcreH more nr lenn. j and reprenent I tho ii it i m' the uniiald for the IlcIIHI.. both I Inclusive, amount, |imi., .

\I., $207.26.ALSO I to 19.17 both inclusive amounting ,I Ito "h. ml xes to be Hold. nro evidenced the 1929 to 111.17, both I..H Inclusive yearn 1L'9!) I !437: t.x. Inclusive, al""lllnl to $110.12 ALSO: All the Krai'1 1 t: .
: Y""r : WS W' & &
NKV
$2115.64. hy rertifl'at.'s( NOM. 39 and 31 of : tl AI.O fr NEVi ft t that portion .1.1NEV p
N'r.f :I''J & SW.' ; 'if !JJ'I'\ .\ : NWV4 SWVi of .SW-i Sec I 1929 and 1935 renpectlvely! and reprenent ""UI11111 to $560.17. ofNW l tA amounting .:$29595. \ XWVi of SEVi. S". IB, Tp. lying U & E of r p a
I '
111 1. NE'i SW. of
ALSO of *
: SW
,
: N'W-i 8K'i of Seo. 844 >1V' : 6 8. It. 21 E., coutalniiiK 410 Acres,
the according to of ,
tnxen plat
36 l'l 1" S. It. 19 I E., containing 200 unpaid for theyuarn of H.... 15 7 S. H. 20 E., f 5 SaiuiA p '
\ 't' K 19 l':., coiitnlnliiK i I li'O' ACCOM" tercs. more or Iezts I 1924 to l !>:37. both I SESE'i i <> >F.f Sec. Tp. I ,"or. or less. that portion of NW I, .f
IldIAh..1 less. .
\1 morn or !"*SH.The I I I The totes to I,.' sold I are evidencedi .I 'II.I"R to. $I i containing The taxen: 120 to be Ac :; are moro evidenced or I,,8 S? It. 21 E. taxes t be Hold I : : 'I 291 ri mort. or less. P by frrtlflcHteH NOH. and of
I .r Or."vhl"nc.,11 i crrtlflcaten Non. 5 and 7 of 193" ,, ttfe. I ISO 118 Cornelia St tI that portion P
: 90) and 81 of
f1 ny certifIcates Non. 7 unit 13 r1.I hy ccrtlflcateH : The taxes to I. sold are evldnncedbv I 1930 I and 19.15 I respective I )13', and of .
and I O I '. and Tp. t) H. 20 I 40:1m'es. i'ep.m'esi'it SB', lying N of said Itj i: ,.iin
r : .I"tV'ly. "I".H..nt I II : \ ni 1930: and 19 I and represent rerttHcnteH NOH. 117 I and 127 of
4 1929 and 1933: respectively, and represent the unpaid the yearn 1929. mr>re : < : ..IJtlv.ly. for the I Iyears I the unpaid 11"'e for the portion owned byv IISec. A
taxes for 'h yearn I IU28 to : : I The I the unl' 1931 and 1934, respectively, and represent yearn 192 to 19.17.: 4 7 S. II. .
} < I to 1937 hut I. Inclusive I amounting'to a yes to I. Hold are evidenced I 1929 to 1:1:17: : both Inclusive, In"luHlv. Tp. 21 I-: ill i n'
for the
I hoth to by cert ifl'ates thiunpaid taxes amounting to Ul Acres,
193. 11IIHh'' ImuI.tnl : NOH. 40 and 33 of S18.7. more or lens.
to ;i4! 52
H:935.l. 1929 al.unlnl $ years 193O to 1937. hoth Inclunlve, : N'.. NWVi of The tnxen to be
of tutu respectIvely and Hold
\ SVi SWVj Sec. 1 Tp. 7. 1135 reprenent \1.1' NE' nr. sl.n.ul
of SKV of
. : Said tax cerlllicaten, together with I i I I1) E., containing! HO I ii ii In,t'i tnxt'H for thnyearn .I'r lh: ,.K'4 ,. NWI amountlnK t" US2 H .. 'I.h of 'WW.\ it by certificates Non. 201 I at.il 167 of
1/ 20 E.
containing
,1 all HUhnetiuvnt omitted Levied I A"leH. s. 7 8.r i : l Stth of NE' l' of SEV of .'
.
or less. 1921 to both Inclusive, : bt H:1 / 1 1930 and 1934: respective!.* , taxes be coltS tithe highest 137.. I Acres, n" r less. i iThn SlI': SB'Except $ nf !: 21 E.: .
I wil The tnxen to he Hold are evidenced "","nUnl to $ : evltt"n"etlby \ I I tultllnila resent the unpaid talef i thyenrn ,
bidder 1 t tho ('uurlhoUHO dour In.Stai .I taxes to be sold are 6 Tp. 6 8. R. 21 I B.. (" "" ", or ICHH. .
1 by certificates NOM. H and S of 1930nnd : \: : N-H of Lot I & S' of !t Acres 10r. I 1929 to I 111:17.: both !it<
/ ku on I III 17' h cay t>f I ','c<"her, 1 !974> respectively, :nnd: represer 11 I 3 H of Itlver Sec. .10.Tp. i certlflcnteH No. 85 of 19:1: rnspttctlvely InK 240 ,\"I''H. more or lens. The .xi's I., hu Hule are, "\'ld'n'e amounting I to $I 52.144.

1 1937: -rt i II 1 :ItO o'cl" .\. M. the unpaid taxes for the years 1929 I R It. 20 K., conialniiiK 120 I and ri'iirenent t Iflid i taxes to hi Hold am evidenced I by ...rlrh.II.'. and AUSO: NW of NK'vu 5

I ated thin t the 27t I I' day) of November. to 19.17. both Inclusive, more or lenn. A.//j tuxes for the yearn 1933 to hy certificates NOH. 131 and 129 of I 1930: .ld 11:5! : respectively, and "ri-P- NS of SW., & HW(, of MV ir,

1937.IftFFIflAL I to 17930. allIItlng'1 The taxes to be Hold are evidenced I I both Inclusive, u"'"llllg to $'1931'1 1930 and 1934 ..p..tv.h., and rep "'"H"1 I unpnld, taxes fur I the 5 TI,. 7 S. It. 21 E., conlai IB 321
ALSO NWV, <>f SE'i A N
HI'"I.TIOMAf..> AT.SO: SW'J; of SWV, & l E'i: of by cert If Icaten NOH. 41 anil 48 of SW.i : of Illver H",'. 17 Tp 7 renent the un 11. for the I yearn 1929 to li'37, both Inclusive, Acres, more or lesn.
I"j A. J. SW & NW'S of SK''., Tp. ( 1929) and respectively, and represent I yearn 192! to 1937, both Inclusive ul""llnl to $601.IS Tilt taxeH tn be Hold iu-' \ iinim!

,' : Clerk I Court oft S. II. 19 E. ." ,.' IH.tt02) I Ih.193 0 ,.Id taXeS for the I SO J., containing 120 Acres, moreUt' Imnunlnl to $478". I B'i1of SWVi A NWVi of by certificates Non. 206) .u il i I(5) .,-

Hrudford CUUI')'. Flol-klK. it)"'". or lens. :I I yearn 1924 to 1937.: inclusIve, "'H". I fJ'' '.; of Sec. 7 Tp. NEV4 A NEV, of NW4 of See 17 1930 1 and 1935 respective I !} i. il r'-I|>
I but I lie, sold evidencedby 6 8. It. 21 40 Acres, T >. 6 5. It. 21 B. I 160 ,
I, 123311217OTIfK The la". to In. Hold' are "' amountlnK I to $ .. The taxes to are eont.lllnl : | containing resent thn unpaid tax ',* r t th<
. by ''ert' ifi'ates. "H. H and 10) i.f 19J9'!, ALSO: : of Lots 2 & 3 of certlflcateH NOH. 71 and of more or lenn. ,Acren l"r. or less. yearn 1929 tu 1937, both 11 luil\<

.1 p 1''<:3! respectively i and rt-pt-i'sunt !! HI.., In ,. 30 Tp. 6 8. It. I U., I 1929 and 1944 respectively I nr represent The taxes to ho Hold are evidencedby I The tIX. to he sold are evidenced amounting to $551.91.
1"1"o \ 0' ".1..' OF TX '' I/d u. -1''d tiixiiH, for the yi-nrs 1928'' contalnlnK 70 .\.reH. more or ices the uniuild taxes for theyears certificate No. 109 of 1835 re by ri'rtlflcaten NOM. 134 and 120 of ALSO: Win & It'., of SK':' Se i

f ( .:I'I'IVt''TI8 to 1917, "both I ", amounting) The taxes to are evidenced 1928) to ills! both Inclusive, ."p.Uv.ly. and represent the un I 1931 and 19:15: r."p.lv.ly. and rep Tp. 7 8. It. 21 E contain UK' I.Acren I.
I Notice Is that L. W. Ilclu.I' j I for the 1934 to the for (the I
taxes resent
KI.. 5') I by certifIcates non. 34 of re- amounting to I'Ble y.nr. unp.hl more or lenn.
,$: c H.w.1 has O..d with inn written re- to ALit'535th' : W'i of siof:' s.-c. 2 Tp. HI".Uv.I', and reprenent "1931 .. ALSO: '5 .\ SU.2U. 8Va of. Lot 2 193. both inclusive, amounting to years 1930 to 1...17. both Inclusive The taxen to be nold an ilii.nl I
'I that i-ertlticaten together I
tax -
of H". IS to
th. N of & N of RIver Tp. :
.I..t Ky
the 1934 to 1937
7 H. 11. 19 E. containing 10 Acres yearn I"nolnlll S:3.4.I by certlflcateH NOH. 207 al I 100' ul
"I 4 with .I nuljHw<|Ueut omitted : both. Itu'luHlve, amounting to $54.56. 7 S. It. 20 E., containing 6 AcreH ALSO: N'4 of S'-; & SWVi 'of 11ft \' "' & WVv, of 1930 and 1935 respectIvely .unl

'! or levied I." held by the State' headvertised I"re, or te-'.s sn.I. 1 hA nolil arc evidenced, ALSONj! of Lut 6 of SHU. 31 moro or I.,". i NEH: A SB''., of NWV, K'd: of I SEU: 14cc. ). 6 S. It. 21 )'7., con resent the unpaid taxes foi rep thi

j and Hold to the I.I g heatbidder by certificates No lOot 1934 re- Tp. 0 S. It. 20 K., containing ..40AcreH The taxes to bi sold are evidenced I' i4W', of Sc... 7 Tp. 6 8. U. 21 B., i I'LIIIII 160( ,Acres mon or less. yearn 1929 to 1937: buIlt .uslvi
for cash an provided by House lenn.The by certificates 225 of 1933 reapectlvely (. 320 AC'.H. morn or loss. II"cmi to tin Hold are" evfdiMii'edby
amounting to 03ALSO
Kill 3:16 of thn 1937: ,'1" of the Legislature "1.lv.ly.I and "i-.present bn l.ro."r : .nl.lnlll $726
11111,1 and the un-J, to are evidencedby certlflcaten NOM. and 123: oft'.KII ,
IHXCH for Hi' ) ears 19.1U to taxes to be Hold lire evidenced I | Th. I. h..ohl 13j : N'j! of SUV, M I:' rtl
I upon the following d."e'lb- both InclusIve, amounting to $ 1937'1 hy certlflcateH NOM. 42 and 85 of paid taxes for rl't"; 1932 certIfIcates NOH. 132 nnd 100 of : I and 19.15 'e..lh..ly. and ripi'empnt NE', Sec. 6 Tp. 7 S. K. 21 i Ktuinlng con
ed real estate In the County of 1937. both 'I IALSO I loSt 1H35 nnd rep.resent the unpaid taxes for (the :
ALSOFrac 1 NWVi of 35.22'1 1929 and 1935 renpectlvely and rep- ."I r..lv.ly. 120 Acres, niori ir Js-
I ; J.dor.l. Slate of -'Ild.t lo.wlt Sec. 3 Tp. 7 H. \\1. in E., :: reitent the ulpul. taxes for the UO.G2 I the Inp"hl Ilx" for, the I yearn I\I: nnd 11:1.( : both Inclusive, The taxes tu I bn Hold an ,i iby .-,
Il f NWV, NW/ of I -
ft Sec. 20 : to $ .
of 1029 to
i NBV yearn '
"0 Acres, more or loss. yearn Hill : buth IncluMlve, ) UOI7. b.lh h1II"I.o. Iluunlng certificates Nun. lull ,1 t '
T I of H"'I"I 22 7 S. It. 20 E., Tho tnxea to he Hold are evidencedby 111'"nlll to $92.25. Tp. 7 S. It. 20 K containing 40' \, alnlnlnl to $517 91. ALSO:.N'. & Wof 14W14 & EI I.1 spectfvely i and 1-i-prfscnl 'I i il't'l|> '

conllillll. bi l AcreH, more or < .'ertlt'icates( NOH. Sand 21 of 1926 : NS nf Lots of Acres, more or i] : R"j Except. SE'I' of SUM; of KKH 1"... 18 Tp. 8. 13.. taxes for tlm years !." l l& '
I IThe 31'\4..U I I. 2
I nnd 1933 and represent 6 S. It. 20 K., :0t. n : 8" The tnxeH to be Hold are evidenced & E'.j of Wof N., T. 6 H. R. ","t..lllnl 440 Acre, ".,' ... both Inclusive, amountlna $9114
taxes to h. .nl,1 are evld"cee] r..loctvoly. by certificates 72 .and 94 of .21 E.. (' 440 more
the "" the Acre, more or lean.Thn :0" ''tILlnlnl 0" to he Hold are evidnmiedby ALSO: SE'i of N E', A. tHI ; U''
f by ..rlll.II. No.' 78 or IH for"HI''C.i the 1923 to 1937 both Inclusive, amountIng y.ar- tnxeH to I be Hold .are evidencedby 1929 aid 1934 -..pecth..ly. and represent -1 I|| or I... certlflcnteM :"H. 154 and 12 _:', & sw, of M'I A.- -ih'', 0:

I) ''jI': 71 I to $61 61. i: r.rtltent. No. 85 of 1935 re- the unpnld taxeM for the The taxen to he Hold are evidenced, of 1930! and 19.15 respectively al.1 NWI See'. 7 'l'I|> 7 8. |; JI -
I r.)0) to I. ala"unllll ,
yearn 1928 l!>:37. both Inclusive. I by certlfli'nten Nan. 121, 102 and
ALSO: y.f NWVi; & N' of1SW. HI..U..ly. repreHcnt the unpaidtaxeH yearn : I lepresent the unpaid taxes for (he taliiing I 200 Acres, inor, 1.05
to ') I
Uneaten" with ., of See'. 3 Tp. 7 S It. I 19"; E., | for the yearn 1934 to 1937, .'amounting ; $100.14. j'P 535 of 131. 1932 nutS 1936: respec'tlvely yearn 1929 to Iii7! : both InL"Hlv. The Ii,gee to bn sold an,* ,itndby
Mil. eel together containing 160 Acres, more or less. both inclusive, amounting; to $54.71.ALSO I ALSO. : Sli of NWVi) and NEVi "f' < \ unpnldI amount to $748.63Al.Mi certlflcateH I Nos., I'l'l 1 anil 101 I u
all >scitient| omitted, or Levied. The taxeS to bo are evidencedby : All H...'. 35 Tp. 6 8. It. 20 R\\ .. & NJJS\ of, River 1.X..II'1. ''I 1 taxes for the "I..n'\\) 1937, I : E'a of NW'i' & WJ of 1932: and 1935 respectively .u-il fl''
taxes will t lie to the bidder
.ohl hlah""L cerllfli'Htes" NOH..h'I > and 14 of I 13., vuntaJnliiK 640 .Acres more or \\' ., of Sec. 21 TI' both Inclusive, $262.38. N I'4 I K'-j of >%%' '. of Sec. 1 9 TI'" resent the unpaid tuxerf< the
nt t h. .. ". In 1U29 and 1934 and represent leH. It. 20 E., contalnlnK 100 .\(' morel I: ,\.IO'V1: of Sec. 8 Tp. 6 S. It. : 6 H. 31 E., ('unlllllll 210 Acres, > earn 1931 to 1U.I7, boll,
on the I 17th day of Decent reHp."tv.ly.
II.rk. The be or I"ae.The 21 160 Acres more or less. I
at I I :00 oVlou-k A. M I the unpaid IlxeH for the taxes to Hold are evidenced 1. more or amounting to $197.04.

l.r. 137.this tho 27lli day of No yearn 1928 to 11'3. huth IncluHlve, by (-".lt.ntp. NOH. 50 and 39 of taxes to be Bold are evidenced leHH.The The taxes to bo nold are evidenced ALSO: X'ji of .SK', VKxcui,

1937. to $ 19.lt 113 '".".ctlv.ly. und Ivprenent certlflcaten Noa. 73 and 95 of taxen to he sold are evidenced by certlflcnteH NOH. 130 and 124 of SEV, of NWV, Wl.j of 14.1Icc

v"mh.r.( L SEAL) I lnuntnl: :''i of NWV, ft :E L/ ofSW. unpaid taxes for the 1929 and 1934 respectively and reprenent I I hv rertlfl'-ateH NOH. ill: : and 535: of 1931 1935 respectively und ri'prenent Tp. 7 H. II. 21 E., conic:' 'il'iK 44''

.IF.J.1A. J. THOMAS. .,.8 SW-4 of SE'i; ),' ... 10"Tp 1 yearn: 1929 to IU37: both, inclusive, the unpaid taxes. for the 1930 and 1936 rl''lp.I".ly. and represent "dl he unpaid taxes for the Acres, alone ur less.

Clerk of ('Ir-ij" Court oHrudford f I 7 S. If. 19 E., containing 160 amounting tn $1,028 ou. Y"Br. 1928) 19.1. both Inclusive, the for the yearn 1930 to lf7! | both incltmslransunttng The taxes to bo sold mire evid.'flC
founty I Klorida. I more or h'.. ALSO: NH of NK"., & NW'S I a' p'''y..r. 1929 to UKI7.: both IncluHlve, to $324 65. by certIficates Non. 210 and lilt o

12-$ St The tnxcn to bn Hold are" evidencedhy SW'., of 36 Tp. 6 It. 20 .. ALSO Inll\P of SWVi of Sec. 221 II I I amounting to $264 22. I ALSO: HE' of SE' & ',, of 1930 and 1933 respectively, amid! OIl'

1-1 certifIcates NOH. 13 and 15 of containing. 400 AcreH. more or '' Tp. 7 E containing 401,I' ALSO: SEE of SEU nf Sec. I I Sm.:"., H'... 19 Tp. 6 :., containing resent the unpaid taxes for I I

1929 and 11)34! respectively and represent The taxes to be Hold are evidenced Acres, mor. I". ;. Tp. 6 S. n. 21 E., ,'oltllllnK I 120 ,Aci-en more 2 less yearn 1U29 to 19.17. hot ii livlllillf,

'OTU .rll ? OK TAX : the unpaid taxes for the by reltlflcaten NOH. 51 and 40 of The taxes to bn gold are evidenced ,, .\C..H. more or I... I The taxes to be aold are evidencedby amounting to $764.41. .
(' ; \I-KM years 1928 to 1937: both Inch.he. 1930\ : and 1UI5; renpectlvely and represent bv certifIcates Nan. 74 of I I The taxes to ho Hold nre evidencedhy "'., No. 124 (..raG) re ALSO: All Except I--! > ?

Notice Is hereby given that O. ""t""hll, ti. $386 47 the unpaid taxes for the 1929 and 1934 respect: 1 Ively, lnJ represent certlfli-aten NOH. 134 and 132 of .lr"uI.. u"1 represent, the unpaid Sec. 18 Tp. 7 a. U. 21 I 1.! -lu i"

Harry him tiled with me written 'v'l \ !E'of! :1 '. of See 11 yearn 129 to 1937 both Inclusive, the unpaid taxes the 19.10 and It31 r..cth..ly. and represent taxeH for the Y"'Lr"U: : 10 Silo Arm en, inure or less

quest that the tax certificates Tp. S. It \ E., containing 40Acres amountliitf to lOll 00.AISO. > earn 1928 to 1937. hoth In"lu.lv. the unpaid taxes for the Ii37! : boUt tnclualte, tu ,'vltltC'4
nold
gether with .1 suli"i"iiLieiit .mIU.d ".re less. .\1 Kxcept 1'- of NK'l; & ""oulln" $96.21. yearn 1929 to 1937. both Indl.lv., $54 53. alo"nlll The taxes to be 227 arcby and 151'JSO

or levied 'a". held by the /Ilt. bn I The tuxes to he sold are evidenced Wj of HI '. NWU of NK* R c. 1 AI.O: SE'i of NW'i of Hec. 23Tp. nm.unlllK to $73.S3. ALSO: :, of SK'i of Sec. 19 Tp. certificate NOH. nnil iP

advertised and ."hl tn the .. |I l by certlflcnten NOH. 9 and :io of 1932 1p. 7 S. I..20k.. containing 440 S. It. 20 E., containing 40 : NWV of SEV of :.... 9 6 H. It. 21H'E containing; I 80. Acrenmorn and 1935 respectively fur

bidder for cash an provided by and 1933: respectively, and ''lu'.H'nt AcreH, or "..". Acren, morn or less. TI 1". 6 S. It. 21 E., ,'ontRIIIII 40 or less. recent the unpaid tuxes .ni'lu-H
House HIM 3HIJ of the IOJ7 Juts of 1931' The taxes to bn Bold are evidenced he Acres lenn.Thn yearn 1929 to ElI, both
i I the unpaid taxes for the yen" The times to sold are evidenced nor. or 1'h. taxes to be sold are evidenced

the J..lh.llture. UI.OI the fulo"II to 1!91 7. both, Inclusive I amounting I by certlflcittea : ,.. 46 and 58 of I by (."llell. : 99 of 13 re- taxi-n to he Hold mire" ..h..n..t by certificates NOM. I 155. 136 and amounting to $109.63.ALSO Tiy

...Hcrl".d '11 ..1.,. la Ih. I I to $71.75. I 1 1929\' and 1U3I r"H".cU..ly. and repl''MeuIt Hp.'lvely. In,1 represent un- hy c"'lrh..I"" NOH. 122, nld 124 of I! ( I : 1 and I !..3G respectively : ,714Ht14 ,of,, .NW P I
7 ntulimore
S. 21
"W.I H E
,'. State of "'IDrldl. t-wll! : N'i of NW, of See 12'Tp. the unpaid taxes rt. the for the yearn 1933 to 133 191\ 1932 and 19.14 respectively I Ild the unpntd I ,
I \O "H"II .
10 Acres Went of Ky In N 1 S It. 19 E., containing MO yearn 1928 to 1937: hot h l"IIKlv".1 I 1937. both I Inclusive, amounting to represent the unpaid (.15-s (tie yearn 1929 to 1937, or lenn.Thn
I I Let 1 A All N'-j of Loin 2 NI: Ares more or less.: I amounting to $981. 59.. $ 2.57. taxes for the to 19:17: both I Inclusive I ainountinK tu tnxeM to ho sold -

1 of Sec. 18 11". 7 S It. 20 J., <-iintalnlng I'I The In"I' .hn ,1.1 are evidencedby l i ALSO: 1 E'. of NI3M K'4' ofKKV ALSO: NWVi of NB'4 & N It'4 ofNWti .." ..... ..--. ..BJ'O ..'CUtt". 131.76 by certificates No. mlICi't ;:- ,i

1.r., .. more lesn. ...'Ilrl..at..NOH. 1: .and 18 of 1930 of SecI I Tp. 7 M. I. 20 K.. & N'j' nf NEV, of SVi of'Sec. ,\0: f\V' of 8W", of Sec. 9 ALSO: W'i NE'i of NK'.i of $ I rely," and repre en 1 I It "ff:

The I.u.. sulil aru e\idi-ncud. anti 1934 respectively, and represent I I Ij vontalnlnK 160 Ai.it, or less 24 Tp. 7 S. U. 20 E.. containIng j TI 1". H. .. E., .,'nntnlnlnl 40 See 19 Tp. 8 S It. 21 E., containing taxes for the eat n Ii *
l>y ct-ri ifteti tea Non. till nnd: 92! oflu.12 I j I I h" '.mnpttl.l taxes for i Inn years 19291 The taxes to be Hold are evidencedl.v i I0"" Acres, morn or Acres 'moore ( lesn. 2uO Acres, more or lenn. hot h Inclusive, aiuounl 1 )ig l-'J

and 19.lt respectively; ,I.n rep to 1M37 'lioth 1"'luHlv. amounting. certlfK-aten S.. 52 and 58 of The taxeH to be sold I..are. evidenced The I" tee to be .uh are evldenci-d The taxe to he sold are evtdouccd, A LHI >: sr.m5 of NW i
I 1
un-nuld taXes for I thu I years I l Ito $111(1.11.Al.S( : 1930: and 1934 respectively and repreMitnt hy certlficnten, N'i>H. 101 and 77 of ,[ I by "",lrl.'f'p. :0". 104 and 1:42: by ccrtlflcatun Non. 1(5 and 124 of 7 a. K. 81 El., contali' '

mn.t 1937: both Inclusive, amount- ', (): NEVi of NEV) of /.... the unpaid taxea for the 1930 and 1935 and of 131. 1931 '.HI.clv..ly. I 51130! and 19J5. respectively, amid morn or leg*.
reprenvnt I i rep-
13\\ 1
$125 28. I i[I Tp. 7 S. It. 19 I-. (.nlolll,1 ) yearn 19211! 1( 19.17.: both Inclusive the reHI'I.ely.. for theyeara a nl represent the un.11 nx.. rnsent the unpaid taxes for the The taxes to be Hold.
ALSO: Acres, more or less. j amounting to $322 42. 11\11 the 5 emits 1930: to : Inclusive I
1929 ) both 19:7. > narn 1929 to 1937, both Inclunlvu, by certificate No. I'1
Acres In 1e". of Lot II & ) The taxes to bo Hold are .' '1 1l.y ALSO: XW',, of NEU: of Sec. 1Tp. amountlnK to $210.47.ALSU In"II've'l amounting to 36.ALSO I amounting to $316.82.ALSO 1931 and 11)36 respect

1-3 A In r>f Lot 13 Sec. ....rl'I."I.1 I NUM. :1:l al.1 I 19 I 191'I It 7 R K ?20 contaInIng I 40 1 : S' of NE'-i of SWof; : HW', of SE", of Sec. I : E14 of NEVi A NWVi of resent the unpaid tc' tIc

I 7 Tp. 7 8. I. 20 Id containing t nnd; represent I I Aires, more or UHH, Sec. 24 Tp. 7) 5. 20 E .Tp. 6 it. It. 21 E., containing NKU & V' of NVVV4 *t SEli Sec. yearn 1930 to 1l37. id"

2 Acres, .. or 1'es'this ( the unpaid" taxeM for t thn yciirn tiinu': I IT Tim. taxes to ,Im Hold are evidenced tug ) .' ", 'f.or less.'l'ho c(1111n'l Acres, more or lesn.The I 20 Tp. 6 8. tt. 21 containing 360 nmnuntlng to $65.87

taxes lo "bu Hold ,are evidenced) to 1937.' both Inclusive, amountingto by ..llne.l. Nn 5S of 1!): r.1'lh'ly. 21e.taxes' to he evidenced <' taxi's to bo r" ACres, more or less. ALsiO: NB54 of NXVNWVi '
; by ;Nos. HI and d.l of I ii r. U'eHent t U U- loll ."li" .vld.n"1 Ti''
$77.66. |
I llh'Rt.
by c of 1035 re by certifIcates The taxes to be sold are evidenced & WH of S\V' ,
1932 l r""I'" 'tivelysfld I.I ,- ALSO N'i of SE'i N of River."c. I mild taxes for I he yearn 19.13\ to erlCcll. :. :0" 13 .I
: .
liv
1931: and
1931: certlflcaten
I'' I .".. repreHent the unpaid r..tlv.I.. unit ret.resent I Non. 164 and 126 ot1U30 7 8. Ii. SI 13, contain
liotti IncltiHUe
13 Tp. 7 S. It. 19 b., containing I l31.!! amuult.IK to taxes for the yearn 19.13 to I I IIV37. I' the for the and 11)35 respectIvely, and rep- more or lesa.Tbn ,
40 Acres, more or leHH.Thn : hoth inclusive, amounting to'U5.H. '' years 1U30: to 1937.\ : both i resent the unpaid taxes for the taxen to b" fold (
1I'II"h.
''' ., -j 0
evidenced. : Nli' & of 2 ,.
bo SRVi TI
tnxe to Hold are .I'r.1'20: :2eO' > yearn 1929 to 19:17: both inclusive No. 1 f .
: Sentinels" I by cert I If It-aten tot. I 17 and 20 of T S. ij:., .containing Acres, by certificates ,
dj I 1 11130: 1934 ....: I I and rep II', IU'O ur lean.I ALSO NW, of, SW'i 8EV" n* .n.t :nlrw.t3t 2.sWv of Sec. II amounting ALSO HU.to $617.12. 1130 and 1935 renpeiti('. ,),,
.I..clv.ly. of "'
'L.e : NEVi & of
\VV4 the unpaid
I of Sec. 2'1 l S. i resent
taxen 8E'4 < Tp. 7 U. 20 '
for the are
of Health 19211.to. 1937.) both.. I 'h.certlfientea. I. .ul,1". 47 ..vll"nco,1hy contaInIng *0 .\l.r. more or le.1. ,\'re. I.H. I NW'i & NWU of SWVi & NWft of yearn 1929 to 1I>37'- '
: : yearn In.u.I. 51 taxen to be Hold "v".n..I'hy 8 KM & of '
I 1929 anil 11ii4: unit taxes to lie sold are I I lire EH SWV, of 8B", A KM, amounting to I2S1) .
) respectively 'h.
to
-
$9095. represdill .vld.n'ed '
I it Don't Neglect Them! nmo"ntnl of NEVi: of Sec. 13 the unpaid I I: taxtm for theyearn by certificates .Von. 78 .nd ,,, certifIcates Nun. 132 of 1934 re. of SE4 of Sec. 21 Tp. S. IS. 21 if, ALSO: SE<4 "f N'w !' ,
!
AI"O'"y i npectlvely, and represent the unpaid oontalnlng 340 Acres, more or lees. 7 8. 21 E. 00ntiinimtg
n.
TI 19 E., ,' MOI 1U2H to I 111 17, buIlt 1929 nnd luai: ..I'.cth..ly. and represent -
Mature desIgned to do containing i' tuxes for the 1931 to 1 11)17. The taxes to be null) mire evidenced lenn. 'I'
th Ild. a I Itcreu. more or less.'the aniountlnir to $71106.AlrfiO IldU.I.e'l the unpaid taxeS for the y.fr. morn or -
4[ h to keep the be Hold evidenced : SW'. of Sec. 2 )' 1928 1H.I7. both I hoth In.luHlvo. Rm"ntlnl to $41.2.1. hy certificates Nos. 158 and 162 of The tH" tn he : : t I taxes to are .lr. Inclu"lv. 1
VP Mowing free of ALSO: KIJ See. 9 Tp. 1930. and lull No" -
.tr orodb in nxcMn 1 U. 160 amonntlnu tu $1 0.64. respectively, and rep cert I If leafs ] pipylu
bv 6 of I Ill
I 1 tonic Thi net of livinghf.44.elf. i .I.rt.d.I) .-;.' """"t lh I respec-unpaid or J.. L..ntll"lnl \'I't., more ALSO: MO''., & NVu of NWVi I I I H. It. 21 F., containing ,,a f*) Acre. resent the unpnld taxes for the 1931' and lOll: respecii >
-> produHng wute Ilv..ly. 1111 Jt or I" years 192V to 19:17: both '>
: Inclusive
n.r" unpaid
I ti,eon..ly the yearn 1923 to 1931.: The be Hold are I NK'i' of SE'1 <.f Sec. 27 Tp. 7 S. resi-nt the '
nnilter remove Iron) .. t.X.. .vld.nc.,1 The taxes to lie Hold are evidenced amounting to $605.66.ALSO ii I 17. Ii>
; 20 1!9to>: to l
:.1 Cli. blood : : both to hy ct'rtii'atec NOM. 6,1 and 59 of E., containlnv 280 Acres, more years
'Ii '
to .ndure.ti UNI.16. li'aten
Olki"I.n Ilr".lv. .1..lnl"1 NOH. 122. 104 and : SWV of SE'i -Sue. 22 to $57.60.
Tp.
amounting
t Wlo.' '. to unction A .: : J"r" 1930 and 19,11 renpectlvely, ami represent or I, I .r3c ot 19:11: 1932 and 1931 ...'- 6 s. It. 21 E., 40 of .",l. .
resi containing
.9. ) "In.nd.", there I. reuntlon I NW, 'NE' Of SKI.i of Sen. the unpaid taxes for the ) The t.xe. to SiC sold are evidenced lively, and represent the unpaid morn or less. Acres, ALSO: SW-i S. I Ii! v-
l'J2tt to 1937: both j I Iiiitnoiintlnir hy rertlfli-aten Nun. 1 und 1O7 of SW-i I'ttl". SO Tn7
1 ute tniy reuse dl.Ii 7 R It. ID I'; containing 160 Acres, yearn Invlunlve I taxes for the 1930 The taxes I bn -i
bdy-wl to 1 19.17. to nold >
tire evidenced Acres nThn '
y"r. tamIng 60
1U29 and
trm. Oni to tutu 1934
- t' mny iulT inori or less. $ t22.511. r..p.clv.ly. represent
'J fwrvntant hin.!."ho.....of dloln.". I ,'h. tftxen to I be sold are evidenced I r Al-.o: M:>, o( f\V'i X of liy I I the .. t..x.. for the I I I I both.In'.IIHI..llm.mnllno!., to $130.35.of l.y 1930 certificates and 11)34) Nos. 1433 and 163 of laxity lo I I"' ''_', .
,* : 1U2S both / 'V'J respectively, and represent by certificates No -
Weiu &
setting : iwillmg, puftuiMnundr 'by certIflraten NOH. HI and 21 of S It. 20 K., contalnlnK 20AcreH yearn J'17. 1"lu.lve. of
I I! ,I thi POI Iwri t'nd.nirvou-' 1H2! nnd) 1934: respectively, nnd reprep'Mit 10r. or "'A". I I IThe amountlnK tu $ I S"t 21 !I.:., NEii of lIce 60, 18 Acres, H. yearn 19JO the to unpaid 19.17 taxes for the J930 and bill represent t t.
both Inclusive unpaiil
worn out tilt, taxes for the laxen to be sold ari evldeiued AT.SO :' & of cont.lnlnl 1"1'I' I hn
,I unpaid : 1:14 :'-w' NW'i I I '
umountlnK lo ,
$72.70. 1937
', foquont scanty or turningiinugog ir.192S to 11..17. both Inclusive by certiricnteM 61 and 7> orrH; 1 l hH'"e. I yearn I92 tn I
ye NW It 5 8. 11. 1
SVa Tp. to I sold evidenced ALSO
-, ovid. .. of kIdney 093.I"'c: : K'.j of SEV, nf "f $ij.4.:!
to
111 1 xnonntlnjy, to $1"7 S2.I of l 2l.! 19: Sec.
I .Id.' dlilurbinee.Thi A"re. 122 104 and 2.1: Tp. 6 S. It. 21 13. Call
CBi-flfl- '
,
: containing Said tax '
and
ncugnlwd eel I ALSO: NKl, of NE'I of See. 1 Tp. reprenenl' the unpaid linen for ur lenri. I 12 of 19.11, 1932 and 1834, 2<> Acres, more luss. omti
Ii proper t..I" $ r) H It 29 lontalnlng 40 Acres; the yearn lult to 19:17.: both liuluHlve The taxeH to lie MuM are and r..p.- or subsequent fl"taxes
i I S diur-tlc h.lp .Idn.yg "ld.nc".1 tively, represent the unpaid of Hoc. 31 Tp. 6 8. It. 21 B., contain- will le Hold .'
t ,
get na ol .m"Ien body WMte. I more or mite ALSo uinouiitliM- $100.16. I l.y certificate ..No.. 82 and 88 of taxes for the yearn 1830 lo : low 340 Acres, more lesn. 4 ..! .
tie. IJo-. flit. Th.y hnve hid more The taxes to be mild are evidenced : HWU ot M-IW iM :r.. of 1929 and IVaI rvHpectlvttly. and represent both Inclusive, to $ 1':1.. The taxes to I bn nold or bidder nt the 27th I '
I thin by certificates$ 18 and 624 ntIH29 NW of U Tp. 7 rt. U., amol"Ilnl are evidenced Stnrk on the
ol H.. th taxea fur the ,
public *]. : of
! npprov ) :0" "llnll Sue I 9 by frrilflcatva
yo. Non. nl'pateil -
80 Acres .tl Lhl0lt1. 166 and 403 of her A. 1>. 1937: :
endorsed ovir. Insist and 1930 r""Ioclv.ly. and rep- uontiilntnHT more or' lean.The yearn 1928 to 111 'bull Inclusive, Tp. *1. 11. containing 40 l'j.10 and 1933:
D. Sold UI'I r.-s int the for the taxen to be sold are evidencedby respectively, and rep A. St.
' .. It .1 drug ... .X' ."onnUnl tu $ ,\'r.., mnre or lean. recent the unpaId the fit!"
taxes for this
years 1928 to 1937 both certiricaten and 79 of 1930 5i.' of & the
H'.j of NWVi
t I taxes to he sold
, I amounting to $74 .;& Ineu.lve. nnd I und t Th. are evidenced yearn 192' to 19:17: both InclusIve, cember A. 1. 1937.1OFK1CIAL .
193. r".ctv.ly. represent MELof .. .12 Tp. a. 11. 21 B., bv certificate NOH. 1:12: of 1931
t amounting to
I, DOAN SPILLS ALSO: WH of SE''i of See 12 Tp. l II" the yearn. iio.1 Acres, more or less and represent the unpnld., ALSo $47.03. '''TIII.I -

" J I I 6 more S. It.or 2O lenn.Thn F:.., cu.I.I,111 80 Acres, I 112tv 1937$177.56.hoth luulunlv. amount 'ontalnlno certiricaten. to be No Hold,.. .are 4 and evldencvdby 89 of .p"ct..ly..x. Inclusive. the, year 13 to to$ 19.17. 6 5, H. : 21 N'I74 E., containing of N\V Sec.40 Zl Acres 79., Clerk of' I'ircul f\\\Al\ \\

1 I: taxes to be sold are evidenced .1.'(). Xh, of NE% of Sec. 9 Tp. 1929 and 1835 rei-poctlvely, and rep- AI-SO: SW'.i nmnunlnl. of t.c.1.4.I 1 more The nr taxes levn.to be sold are evidenced 12-10-31.12-24.Hrndford Cui""v










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(1N11i'If I the mirror In her red dress. Annl FLA. STATE srDKTKAC'KING: .J1' TICF. men for the murder, said that they

rtR T BAPTIST;:;: CHURCH TUE&RIDE + 'Of' the Cordillera Bar stood there P.-tRjfl-1 I Lawyers who object to public "did feloniously, wilfully, unlawfully

,*. Shepherd Pantor ,wrapped in her dreams come true. Mrs. Bryan; '' criticism of the way their profes- and of his malice aforethought

-:Jijay School. 10 o clock a. m., Dressed to the hilt was Annl and sion does Its job might profitablygive murder" the deceased gen-

/Vows. Snpt.rnlnff even Maria was speechless! for I ;.Mrs. KiteEntertnliiH. a little thought to the need i,i tleman. It should of course, have

Worship. 11 a. m. WORE RP once ala aid almost of the triumph ; Mrs. Robert Kite entertained for stripping away the Involved ,,, said "of their malice afore
/" at 6:30: ( m.LnW r W'. end! fierce '
U meets p. Joy that glitteredin verbiage of legal forms.For .
p. .111 ee tables of bridge players at I thought" : because it said "his" Instead -

Worship, 7:30.: &yA her eyes :her home Thursday afternoon. example' in Louisiana recently the slate supreme court
: < '
tH M TM| EAitiC I i
Meeting, Wednes. I With one last, sinuous turn An-
Teachers added to two Indicted formurder.
IB, MrUt ol/u"Jn 1 Christmas decorations men were quashed the Indictment.
tytramo P.XDUTW ABEP,1SYNOPSIS nl faced her.Vell ?"
: nt, the attractiveness! of the rooms on They are escaping trial, What under the shining sun a
*5id6.wcck' Prayer service, Wed- Maria gulped "I've been trying this occasion. The dining table not because the state failed to piffling mistuke like that could
'" m, .Anul formerly Then, quietly, he left the to remember you at the Cordillera
: '30 p ; room. was centered with low
a arrangement that but
0dAY, u Hiiifter In a waterfront Bar" prove they were guilty, have to do with the main questionat
ruleIn And though it was still so emly.Annl's j of and candelabra holding .
I holly because the who
) simply man urew
CHURCH TrlCHlc IRsu.--wh..ther the did
two
,lE7uoDIT In In fashionable'Terrento suite was already the sCl'neof "So; have I. I can't." She! pickled tall red tapers were at the the Indictment made unimportant men
her Pasfor up an In fact murder, fellow
a citizenis
111'\ \School! |poring IIH a \\011I1111or great disorder. Maria was up the corsage of fragile white ends. The Christmas motif was little mistake In English.
10 a, m. position Her tuoverkH. something no layman can hopeto
packing the brldelike
ptndxyyormng bags so that tonight flowers that Hudl had : further emphasized In the tallies The Indictment, naming the two
WO"lIhlp-ll a. m. iiilxcntuic is (the result of after dinner Annl would be nil sent her and pinned them to her figure out.-Tallahassee Democrat

worth: i League-6:45: p. m.yenhng ueulthy C'niint Arniiillu'H ready to leave. dress. "He'll send me flowers every of and the favors prizes and which In the were wrappings awardedas nounce the birth of a daughter, ,

,; > Worship-7:30: p. m. drunken \\ him. "She llndt her- Maria banged a trunk lid down night just like tonight. I love follows: High, a soap ball, to Frances Fay on Tuesday, December -.- -

Prayer meeting, Wednesday at self (leHicmtcly| In lore with angrily "Say, I can t tell whether them. I'd like to wear them al- Mrs. J. A. Lander, traveling, a 7 in their home. I The pelican has a wing beat of
m.* iillio theIUiRe: pimtnuin hut you're, going to be married Fowers only and ono-slxlh times sec
If 13)) P' or ways. don't die on me the compact to Mrs. Jim Ritch; and Among the Farm children attendIng one a
Tousre invited to all these servile wanting luxury, she n-Hiilxcn, buried. You talk like you're just I way they do on other women." "bingo', a handkerchief, to Mrs the birthday dinner of ond.

to will Itudl Pill from his II- starling to live and act as if I, Guilio hal l offered her Edelweiss .
you Leo Wiggins. After the gamesMrs. Wesley Shuler at the home of his -- --- -'- r
IIm'f'llIdd'I..nll.; On thenljjht were to i I last
BAPTIST CHURCH you going die. night and she had told him : Kite served fruit cake and mother, Meg T. W. Phuler' In Although born blind and only u

.CTIiEX, 1- A. onnley, Pastor of the ulna Ffstu ItuillproM Anrli begun to pace the room, I that It would die. But that hadn't coffee to her guests.Mr. 'Starke, Monday, December 6 were fraction of an inch in length, baby .
|Bev >'HeN' Next
services overy first Sunday. tell niorninff he into taking deep nervous Inhales on I' been true. She just hadn't wanted and Mrs. P. D. Fancher have Mary Lee and Billy Overstreetand kangaroos find their way to the
Mnildelenii. '
1 School, 2:30: p. m. nut Anal her cig.irette. "That's how I feel it. .Edelweiss wasn't good returned to their home here after I Roberta and Helen Whitfield maternal pouch without assistance.
Sunday and Prayer Services Is fearful tor (iulllo I KIIOMH Maria, like a kid that nil her life I enough for a lady, for a !lady who
Study relatives and friends In
visiting
Bible her secret and has rood the has was going to be married In '-
for a
asking of
geen a piece
candy -
levtry Saturday night. I Tallahassee and In Perry duringthe
I
teleKrum which Arniullu lure and somebody gives her a whole bright red gown. week. :

SI. Murk's Kpl( <.'0i>al Church sent to :\Iaddl'll'nl"4 friend, store full I\ndllhe just looks at It." I "Nothing you touch will ever

aurnlng prayer and Sermon on the ('orit.'rsa. It reveals An- Evidently, Guiho hudn't delivered | die, Anal, Maria said slowly, "and Mrs. A. G. Young and little \

lihe tcconil and fourth Sundays at III'| true Identity und (iulllo i the telegram and that meant tv- nothing you touch will ever IIv.'h1t ..." granddaughter, Esma Lee Dean

111 t, m. Holy Communion Saints him unly to tidier It to ruin | erythlng was going to be all right. 1, "\\ are' you talking about ?" of Fail-field, are guests of Mr. and y

I,,,,., at 10 a. m. Litany and choir h.-,. [ She should be happy, drunk perhaps j Maria's voice had risen "I'm Mrs. .1.J G. Caldwell. c.G. ,- \ I

practice every Friday night at 7:30 | and singing. Talking about | afraid of you tonight I thoughtI Mr. and 111'11V.. C. Pendley an- 4 .

('hllpt"I' '.'.." everything "she was going to do knew you. I thought you could! nounce the birth of a son on Wednesday I

IF"i j with her money. Keeping Maria love and be hurt anti grow like ev- December 8, In St. Luke's I 1'1
Church
hrNtlan Altiddclena had spent a sleepless with her, getting Rosa's appendix \ eiythlng else that levee Hut you hospital in Jacksonville.Mr. i

Services at the Christian Church night. Tossing fitfully, she had j taken out, buying a new mirror have no heart Annl, you're like a nnd Mrs.. J. C. Caldwell an-

-nery> Sunday morning and evening thought of liudi end Anne Vivaldi for the rest room at the Cordillera. Ore that burns everything aroundit I GOODYEAR TIRES I

it eleven and seven o'clock respec- and of all the other "Annes" In She didn't know why though! but I and destroys whatever It touchesand "That better And now. say '

III'ely. Hiuli'H life; and of how. In the I'nd.1 suddenly It wasn t liny fun. Suddenly in the end destroys Itself goodbye to the bride." SHELL GASOLINE & OILS

when the attraction hud waned h"l she felt lust, as If she didn't I You cnn't remember! the waterfront I K.M'KUT: ; KKPAIIlOKK-\\KEfKKIl: ': I'OtHHI':
Ring+'iey Luke Baptist Church had always come running to know the way home because you're still there This Maria laughed.! "I'd hit you

Rev. Ivan Bohannan, Pastor 1 for help. I I { place, till of this hll-n't touched with an old shoe, only I'm wearIng -
Preaching services every fourth j She picked up come dresses and you them. But good luck to yon" REGISTER MOTOR CO. ,
Now some foreboding instinct tumid to Maria with feverish gaie I : re'7
Sunday 10:30: o'clock A. M.1to.00d&'lIt I' "Shut !" She started to pound her hand In
shadowed her eyes as she sat in ty. "Come on, l let's get this packing I "You're up the Maria shrIekeeL" a familiar superstitious. g.tm'e.Annl : PHONE 103S2Hcash tfirrFl

Church jj the window Heat the early morn- 1 lane I'm a bride and I'm goIng (\ You'll always same, be the stopped I her. "None of that
flame
Ing sun streaming over her shoul- to act like one You'll see I'll
O. Pastor isn't You
He1 Hemingway | I'm nfl old of It necessary any more
'I ders. "So \it's you.
come, she thought even manage to blusli. '
Services Sunday Bible Muiia, I've what I want "
every Annl shook her savagely.: \ "Have see, got y. N,18l'
without surprise, when Rudl M", rta' grinned. "I want to be 1
10:13 Services at 3:30
a m. : "
Study :
You none crazy ? Maria nodded very calmly "Yes

o'duck/, In afternoon Alarla's eyes were dull,, "Sure Ann! You've got what you w'aut" j jU I

airif. I'm crazy, I /giK-sa," she mut- was like an epitaph Annl felt
THY: HAPTIST nll"lt11TIll'
tin e teted.! Then, mine controlled "Il'l.lon'l a chill; lun up her spine. Thfii she j
| Ill"r. fl.} K.: (t'uttthaxv Pastor >w .ro ,
s l.now what came over me j; :tutel: : fur the stairs and Hudl
Sur v School 9:43: : u. m. H. U'I E 1
| .icrv.'S. Tliesi' past weekl\ haven t : ,

Arw: Supt.M -een exactly u !,...II'I.lor. im, youhllOXV I (ell IS ,\I!"I'" XltMllllllfl' Illltllt 11 t I
< worship, 11 a. m. > "
-- lie mo :ient of 'her high IrlMi -

BY U meets at 6:45: p m. Amu hugged! hei i i-ynipnlhclli'il-I: I 1)h.\ ,' Is l-miiljj; behind; ,
K: Worship, 7:30: p m. 'I ,
y Uut nom lOW im It's going fit rat ftiic lures', lo tiii.r.y

M >'k Grayer SCr'lceVed.. o .11' u parI y. You II sec," she |i rte It tcr/) act that! lie urn inIT" ,

urn, JO p. m. se + 1 s) tunned "I ruiildn't have done'HI.'lit lie \vill she veer M-,' :t.ui.o; ,

t notice Friday, 7:30: p. m yi.ii. iu' fill h-!) y'1' t I:." I'? t Sir next week t err .

mow that Marlu oiled faintly. .Iu': liiKtiiilinent.. :: )

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I Cot aictits On Here Iiw

t rId! Hereafter 'Check

f i delivered, Chevrolets -low-- '

i have had a kindness 1rice $'ts$

,h' 'I', It on. It was not : .., ,

;1\ Ghee alone puss It on." ::4 : r She dragged, out her red

T | fin old home In the suh- : a y. ; < .' .equinn..l goon and held hec k the

lit' I '"than, Alabama, yesteru ; it u/>. ;*u' ; p [/ I Ii"Cr

la, Is a story connected -QQontradi-. _. e S'ts$
;:;.... ,-- rel11oininqafte;
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r homo I sh ill never foi r ,. ,

;(e' lather ran a small farm .'-<,kel: ;it hi i ,!ot< i .1 ;> minute ,llhrl.. V.,1 P .nq your present '

bi' ; .. > a young country boy. 'ater. I TiVrt xis a kiuck on the ''t I eoI:

He i i a great many Vfgeta- "Wlial Is It, Hu.li. ? .she nsked) Maria opened it, disclosing All)"

ttt I,,:. old! the vegetables In J.< ho hesitated In 1 the doorway I to, bearing n tray of tea anil\ i act 'Check the low
Dm. i! "Do\ wish to
you buy some i He smiled crookedly.Vhnt for AnnI \.

Uu eec' ,, -,"" I asked 1lady on .nnkes you think It's anything?" I| "('oml' In Ainorto IIi-i. r :e i !monthly payments $$5It tl
; II li of that Dothan homeD I
!' its ago "I don't live Her eyes were wistful, as he were soft as she watched him V. : I / _

het., I Mrs. : stepped foiward. "I've known br-rto had: been a sr-it cf gu "ir tin 1 .
am Just visiting
that look on your face ever since angel to her Ills suggestions his 1
"
Eldlli. ho; Is not hero Just now, '
11:0 I /onnn my bicycle IntoI teco.it's [ hints had smoothed much of the RESULT '
: I I mid. Such a sweet,
; about -- us, Isn't it ?" rough way. "You see, I'm park :
'
pi" voice she had! I plaited!' .
a\ i "Yes Maddclena.: He looked !In$ A Ibm tl). I leave yon ton!} u
"Wait minute.. You are I.I Von/6eAMEADWh
tith', L nice-looking boy. I know 1 ..iway.I t'm going to V" married you km
I "It about Anne too." to Signer Pal." Q
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y"' ; I mlle. a man some clay.Yi. t
"I'm In love with her, J.Iad.Ie-\ "So ?"
"GVROLGT/
t" "
't i Ik) like] such a good boy, /
U", "t woman suUl. Those en- jlena." "Yes. I vunt to thank you foe .

c'1' '' t.g! words made the day so Her fingers fluttered helplessly. being so kind to me. You we

tall |1"1 know I've seen it In your eyes very helpful. She stopped! him it
P.' Many people would say in
a and In hers. There waa: nothing I the c'oor. "And after I'm married
h.1" ii'i and sometimes unkind I
v.o't"" No :I :ruld\ do about It. You're so used I shrill send you ti very fine check
I don't want anyOne "
Omi: : I'' to me. I just: hoped that It woulde .cr your trouble.
; morning a few
;yearn"S" S .
'' I !- l.lio the others.' Thai it For the first time Alberto'svr.lce
\.lie I was at the breakfast
1 vnuldn't last." She; crossed! to the : and gaze were entirely pirenal.
tot'1'Utli
my family, a boy at the :
hoot'' 'door: asked "Do you want i window seat, picked up her sewing ( "That will not be nee ssaevnorina. ; .
I ant I became abs'oibed in It without 1 ." 1
anv xi ?
tables this morning ? I
" ',, 1,,treed. the lady whp spokeords : 'eeSnjf! it. "I've loved you very f.he'a i n little hurt at tin.. rebuR'
kiP much ttudl." I "Hut I would, like to fill .
I to me. I went to the I ,vM'tiM.
i", mil There was! n groping look on Ids :looking after me no wonderfully
made the to
name speech
BV)) t hill, ,, vegetable boy that she ;' ?pc{. "I can't help myself. You Ho spoke quietly. "I looked attel' \ .d,'

nl'I')) t.i ,| ,now that." Signnt'inn because I was tilt, ___ 'W= ___
me before. I .. h ,
many years : a .
dottd. know the name of the lady :| "of course you can't. Don't try to." You see I am Guilio'.s cats j -"- .-...- .-- 1 -

I h.ixo i When -- when does ll happen ?" n. J1I' t''llIh
never seen her since that .
,' Very slowly Annl wu'.iceJ:; ti>. tlvn'ow. ? .
Dlo .
ining!; she spoke words that my "We'ie leaving tonight. i .
Oullin's cousin. There
1 *
d.. "So soon ?
aed: heart needed to hear. ;, time when she could have :
was
'' n
\ "\V 'I'e to be married In Locar-
't'' ,
t get to heaven I hope to i I | 1 laughed at that, at the thought ,. I I
fun nt, ,, her sometime und I u m. relative ,'. ., '
nlllIo's! multitudinous ; ;
I It,." I hull recognize her. bE'-1 I She looked up with glistening I Now; her lips> wee e taut end tic, V \ : == r 7"
dinner together
to" can all have
'Ire will not be In I heaven Pyps.'e "
I I .x ,i'i no mirth In her. 1
., can't"Should 1"
ii t I uise she kind words before you) go tonight, L _
)',,1< spoke !, ..e ?" i Then a sharp pnln lance i lie f.'tZ f 1 1i
Bonder If she would have 1 ::
'I""'" ', .us she did If she had not we ? I heart And it came to hei tha ; tL ,. T.t .

**'" ( "Of coume wu should. I'd like to Fho would never sec Ouilio again: !
'hrlstlnn. "Out of the
_
'II
ahulI,1 'Ille of ce Anne again," she struggled Dy evening !she would hi gone iin' I IOJ _
the heart
the mouth
M>!>)K, ui That vitro, the tears "I'd like to tech herr Guillo would bo only the memory jif j
Is what Gool'sVoloJ
\ think she's lucky "No use. I a name She said 1 aloud, harshly. -
-ts. 4"t' (
Tears hud u will of their own. She I 1 It's all right! If I never see nnoll.e | ; \

inned her back and sobbed. tree as long as I live and If I net <: = 1 }t r M 2

"li' 'I" you know the worM la dy- lease get out of here. "nll'II'j I er welcome the wind In the mom | ..
'lag
ate? fat i a little bit of love ?" There Ha: head hung objectly and he ing." Tomorrow she wonldn'' j I

beast'iipy: hungry and discouraged rack an uncertain step toward her. care whether it wan (il I ly or nl 'htor

J A few kind words will -.- -' -- I whether pine trees givx1. 1.1:

" i. 'in h to help weary ones carry hat even the religious ifudrra! of pierzeH "he'
'I'''. v loa.You\ may not have the day mild, "lie recelveth sinners .I She; l.'gan to ting rauc- usly

b.J,," v lo huy' bread' for hungry and eateth with them." "Let "I'll be a liii'le. Look at Ann! pMaria. |

'' 'clothes for the poor, but thl.j mind which was in Christ I'm a bride. Here comes the:
Yc1t
( tin rpeak words that will Jesus be ul.so lu you" is the ili- Crlde. All Drcsced in Red The

l'P'1' '"ingry' hearts, and over all 'Ino Injunction. There Is something brute wore red.. Running to herj I

you k not ct you can throw u robe of definitely wrong with any closet she dragged out her re'l It I

Out i ,H. Jesus WPnt about doIr.g man's Christian experience who la .::erulrcd|' gown and heM It up. Her I 'On Matlw Do tun m.d.l. cnly. CHIVRO1IT MOTOIl DIVISION /

lu-i g oft l He entered Into the fel- unsympathetic and unkind especially cheeks matched Its scarlet color. I I C.iwral'Motor* Solot Corporation, DITROIT MICHIGAN

Wihlp: of human suffering lIe to tho.ie who move on u lower "My wonderful red dress You

we't' at the grave of a friend. ,octal' pl.ine. Jesus who had the wouldn't let me wear It before I r. "
\
mnu"\ lie saw a crowd He was blood of His mother's nobility In Maria you were ufrald and so wasp) r

With toward ills veins und WaS one who cuuld I. But now t m not." She draped ; :

them ana ne compassion healed their sick. call GoJ His Father and say, "My It lovingly along her body. "To-1 I Torode Chevrolet ( o. :

khxt a voice He must have had! Father and I are One," was kind : night I'll wear II, Because I'm a' ,

Bhea people to the despised! publicans and harlots bride anti I'm a lady ,
.. went away they
"
in" ,,,
Never; man spake as this of His day. If we are Unkind The hours dragged by but fin.il- Starke Floridat'E
man "e cannot In sincerity call [ ly the evening shadows fell and ,
"era" did not "fuBa' at 8in"e we ) ,
Annl was standing posed! before
was so kind to them Him Lord and Master. .1 I'Ii"

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PAGE TEN BRADFORD COCNTY'TELEaRAPII!] STARKE. FLORIDA' _ FRIDAV. D1r
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I W. ir.u.. To Meet Georgia in 1770 passed a law \OTHK! OF MAI.P Of Tr.HTIKM'lTKN \:0:\ and 1934! respectively, and represent net of th.. T.'ltl
Ihe iinimld taxes for the yeai-M 192n
Bradford County Telegraph The business and program meet- making teaching of slaves either to NOT1CKunly, 'I"K'rl"r )II I, /.
read or write an offense punishableby .r V. lOflwnidM IIHK filed wllh invilttcn to $357.19.M..ld Il"i'Ida, to-\vlt
Ing of the Woman's Missionary \ rufiuent that tho tux rertlfliuli'M I tnx cpi'titk'mina together with
Established 1877Published a fine (It $500 for each offense.ClIPD. uU > >Kini ntntntted All NubHfqiKMit. d 111 1 tied or levied fnm. nil x |I.
t
Union the Church willrj'evhtlci toujBttKr..nill yl ,
.of Baptlst ., : HEU ,
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; milil on jjiHun
or-l - "Fridays 'and Entered Second Class Monrtny' afternoon: at"3:00: "HlllCP' I I",) IHlM'ltlHdt' HIHl, ....Iii tu .Idilder.,. at I tint tmirLImomise door In & H on /
Weekly on "o'clock at the Church. Circle No. (tiililRliext I I bl't.ler fnfrHKht. in* prnVliUul StKi'kI13'1'' .th" 01st duy t>f J9C9IIbpr '2111'1, N 17 J t "
Florida hy llmiHO Hill a fill of the 11.T :, *t 1 11.00 I o'clock A.: SP"1I t HfC. ZS Tp. IJ| .4 I
:Matter at the Post Office! at Starke __ ___ 3, Mrs.. L. A. Canovn.->leader, will nctH df, tli.. liPKlHlatme upon the I lIl.l I 'IhlB the llllh duy of P.en. .- The IHXVH I ii,, i I..
f T l ,. ...
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J- have charge for the fnllowliiM; iltfHrilhoti real ntate ''u,4h. inher I 11':17.: Iy I..I.l iiricHi :v.;
; : afternoon. | .. County nt .llriulfoiil. ,. tStute of 1'.I-.jl.IAI.I.. "NAT,) tIt:1I. : & in.li:':' ,". ,,,,
_.__.Editor and OwnerTO .. ,
E. I.. Matthews __ __-- -- -- -. COLUMNCABBAGE l-'lurliln.., to-wltr A, .1, THOMAH HI ni ,lllx". f",,, ,
NK; 'l( of .NH'i I of S<>0 3 l 1'1|>, 7 H. ('k-rk of flrcult Oourt ofMfadfoiil 19:17.: I''h' l 111',, i It,, "'
; OF 1\n. "NGFlorida's W. MVill Meet I li lit i I':.. tunlaliilntf I I 4U ACI-VH, Comity, Klorldii. U 11.4H.
MAKE A SURER THING .
PLANTS- -Now reiidy. nidi" or IHHH.The I 12-17-31-12-31. Kaldall lux (-011111"'/ t, ,
The Woman's Mllslonary'Socle. I ta\e.. to l h" noUl 'iiro "hl.1 ,
succeeded in having "" "
Senator Claude Pepper has' .of will By the bed or thousand. Priced liv rel'llflint' H NIIB 7 nnil I 12 of I Id.lfland tx.-..u..1 !It", .,
ty the Methodist church 1 '01
: : :: ; >0'1'11 <> M\1. : 0| 1't'Io'II.1 \tNi ..
plan right. On Road 28, 3 miles (!'Omto..n. J1>.I4 l ft'Kpect I Ivi-lVi I mid t'PI|>i'eni'litthe ', lildiler at i ihi ,' ,
before Congress a "
included in the farm bill now I meet Monday, ufternon, at three I uiipulil, tuxex for. the >'t'iiin Ilt2riID : ( \1" ';'" Ml 1.ark. nil I tin. .I .,
.
much of the uncertainty and o'clock, in the Educational, Bulld- Z* z,- GrKfln.-- tf 11M7, hcilli Incltixlvt: j anI.unt lag: )'i'ICl8( 1H IIHUUHY: IIVHN:' that l lf.,. 1I..I7.: at I n J '." '"
will ( ..
that he hopes remove .
to $14.1,88.1.1'111 I Hflla 1.11 1t.X tin f t licitllh I DIBuilttvn l'ati-d thlH Ih.rtiolipr ,
for insurance of I Ing. Devotional and business meet- ROSE BUSHES Guaranteed .\ : WK'i. of NT'', & J KIJ:' of ii'iiiK'Kt I hut thi. tax "cliii'- 1B.I7OFFICIAL: ,
farmingIt provides -- 2-yr
heartbreak from ing. SIO'Si' >(-. :a 1'l'| 7 $. U I1) Mi U'llteH tOKHtll1 will fill .uh.'IU."t| ( I. Mi.VI; ,
and other cropwhich so often are apt I ,. old field grown everblooming rontalnliifr I / t2u Aden, mule, or oinltprl or Ii','h'd tux"M lipld t>v the ..N. J. '1'11"\1 I x
fl'Uitn'getablt.s, .. ,
--- -- -- varieties. Fall beat I I.*HH.Tha Stulti I IIH .I\'I1..d I and Mold to 1'11'1'1. He "II.
farmer flat broke with nothing left to Thunder, the loudest common planting tnxpN to I he Mold a,''* evldnci tin* hlKht'Mi hldder for ranh aa pro'hl..d 1J"udul' ,
and leave the "n ,
to fail Free catalog. Tytex Rose Nurseries I l.v oeiimiHti-s NUM. 8 and I 13 of. lii.10'; by llotiH Kill aoo oC I he 1937 12-17-3t.l2-al I. 11"
noise has never been heard unmistakably -
live on until the next crop comes around. I Tyler, Texas. 12-2-3tp --- -
than about
I more twenty
The bill provides that the Department of Agriculture 11
miles from the flash. FOR SALE-3 good brood sows,'
study a plan of such insurance and that $150.000 be appro- 2 years old bred to fine boar,-

priated to the Secretary of Agriculture to be used while the will find pigs in about 10 days. N.
made. The idea is that the Government shall Tinmaul. niiprri-lntvil. ,.f GIt.. D. Wainwright, Starke. 12-3-4tp Hall's LunchWe
study i is being IPI ( loililiiii: %%'. hn.. Mm. of
provide a plan whereby the farmer can for a small premiumeach cold drouth flood, hail, I. sure tu plmMr. black and brown Owner
year, insure his crop against:' pled. may
"'1'\11 \\OI KIJ>I \>-H> 191'011" call at home of G. P. Neal and I
and the other hazards that take such a terrible toll of thefarmer's N'l.tlthl.: Pl.t. Wllmot Brown Theressa. Itp Serve O'Boy, Bell and Merita Bread

labor. : I
investment and .. RIG PARKING LOT ON BERRY I\IARKET-I0TII ST.-HOAI> ,tsSTUihi
Senator Pepper expressed it this way: \Vhat we are :

trying to do ito take the gamble out of farming and to put FRESH OYSTERS FOR YOUR -

agriculture upon a stable basis so the farmer will\ have :someassurance KEYES 'REAL MEXICAN CHILICHILI I
XMAS DINNER
that he will be protected against the loss of his!: DRESSING '
: : & 2 i.'AMALIES. __ __ 15c
crop by some hazard of nature for which he i is not responsible : A complete line of Fresh ;!!'Fish dailySeason's CHILI &BEANS ______ ___ ____ __ __20c

and will get a fair price for it when he produces it. Until FULL COMBINATION .. .. ___.. ___ _25c
this kind of security: can be brought to the American ( '----------I'-'

farmer we will\) never have a stable prosperity, because the Greetings 'J

prosperity of all the people depends to a large extent upon .-.-----,---.-. P : ATE LUNCHESBeef

''f the the farmer." Plate Irish Stew 20c
pI'o-perit-
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If you are a farmer and would like to make yourself secure THE MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET COUNTRY STYLE STEAK

in spite of circumstances over which you have no control GOOD; GRAVY-VEGETABLES 25c

I 4 you might write your congressman! to support Senator .. DESSERT DRINK S S

1 y f Pepper's plan of crop insurance:' when and if it comes to a -
, GOOD OLD SOUTHERN STYLE
''ir f vote. This Year Give BAR-B-Q

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. WHO WANTS TO WORK ON CHRISTMAS DAY -

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'11 spending the day in the midst of the family circle. Somehow "
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: i consideration of business expediency. Open stores on this %? J

. j day would simply spoil the effect. We like to think of each I rf 4*,. ALSO FOR, GIFTS

r, 1 family intact, sitting around an open fireplace, exchanging I S r LUSCIOUS HOT DOGS ._. 5eI

q i gifts, eating too much turkey, and fruitcake, and otherwise P HANDKERCHIEFSTOWEL

J: t conducting itself as families have done on Christmas Day

, ;' 1 ever since there was cause to remember the day at all. Of SETS

) ",,. t course, in Florida we cannot always enjoy the privilege of BELT AND BUCKLE SETS I MERRY CHRISTMAS

;I fitting' around an open fireplace, but at least we can be at I ,
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; >I- At this!: time it is impossible to predict just what far- FINE TIES f PHONE H

}') reaching consequences will arise from the bombing by Japanese XI- Or

:t. ]I air forces of an American gunboat in Chinese waters. PAJAMASYou :

t. j At least four Ii'care! known to have been lost. .' 45

I Japan was quick to apologize for what, on the face of it, & Sons

. ;:. ,I seems to have been an inexcusable blunder. Just such an Can Save Money On [ [

; incident brought America into one great war. Apologies Your Gift List NE.'n THE S. A. L IEPor

seem a little anemic in the face of such gross: carelessnessJ! at .. .
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However, it is a fine commentary. on the wisdom and cool-i

j : heudedness of our officials in Washington that they did not JACOBSNext
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immediately plunge u.s into another war with attendant loss|

of thousands of lives!'! in order to avenge the loss:-however I Door to Postoffice .

regrettable a few. J i --

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:I: My Many Veura FUNERAL Experience Makes DIRECTOR It Ponnlble for Me to Render I : I STWlb:I l1e RICE, 5'lhs )7c

EFFICIENT, PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE
MODERATE PRICES
DeWITT C. JONES HO'I'USS GI'AR.\N'TEIO'

),/ starke Florida Gifts Radios for "Him"-. Gifts Clocks for "Her" PICNIC HAMS Jib. 23c FLOUR 24 lb. 72c


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I I GIFT SpeafuHART' S Auto Camp Cushions CotsElectric Lanterns Auto Flashlights Radios Cushions, I I I SWIFTS JEWEL LARD lb. lOc


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: COFFEE TABLE Wiilnut Finish with Tra>ii.No. '3.98 j

t! I. CARD. 24.------TABLE __ 98c Fishing Flashlights Tackle, ToastersGrilles ,,, -10 Ibs. 14cIBANANAS, 5 lbs. 15

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i.! 80 x 105, ________________ 98c Wagons (small and large) APPLES 3 Ibs. UkC
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!J 1IM1.ZISESKETS 98c Tennis Rackets and Balls TUXEDO FEEDS

1 No. 10 ___________________ Footballs, Basketballs QUALITY AT LOW COST

f 98c Flashlights Fishing Tackle I We Have a Complete Line Of Feeds For All Purposes
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I HILDREN'S RED ROCKERS, No. C R______________ _

ii i CHILDREN'S' METAL CHAIRS, No. 10-20 __________ 98c SANTA SAYS! : I

; IIKD: AND GREEN ROCKEK3.:: No. 9-31---------------'1.10 SHOP.EARLY AND M SH' $2.45 YELLOW CORN $I.7

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I: OTTOMAN $29.50 WESTERNAUTO t SCRATCH $2 05 '7 PERCENT C S.

, I MEAL $1.50

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"'t I.I''I j BEDROOM SUITES-DINING; SUITES ASSOCIATESTORE- 'I' DAIRY FEED $2.10 RRAN $1.7
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;f, I Low Prices Large Assortment Easy Terms! \Nh A ., R.: J. DAVIS Mgr, We have a Complete Line of Christmas Candies and Nuts .-





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