Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 24, 1937
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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8.1 I 4. i. .I(,, t.r I'', HIrr 354 STUDENTSON Hall. Miss Lucille Kennedy '' DOSHIA SMITH IS Another VictoryFor Letters to Santa STRING BAND T

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.t ii; PI"LI= : :" PLIKKKDITOnIVCIIIBP,; HONOR ROLL Donald Bagwell, Billy Parker, MISS Dear Santa Claus: SA

i .! Leonard Peek, Ray Silcox, Arm- You know my desires for a gift

,.1 ': AS"IIT.\S1': JL11tRIhT HENSON= \U prudes Report ond Thomas, Klnora Bennett Annette Itritiitiful illKh School Girl gills basketball tenm scored this Christmas I do so want a fur letter Or I'nnvurndalinn,| ,

Cothran Jo'axon.1 \\UIH Hj Lst Minute a 25 to 22 victory over Melrose Keeeiied. | ,
K \ c e 11 en t Dorothy coat and a tall, dark Junior boyto l.r..1.
i .;,':1. )I. n.\n"1:1"c.tr-TY: KT (DOT 1.nl1'OR) BISHOP ..lvcragesTwelfth Georgia Gilpin, Betty Harden- j lieuty Voting Friday night, December 10. The go: with. I have been a good '\". C'. UliiU,
brook, Azlel Jackson, Ellen Mer- Melrose team was plenty good and girl all year. I have not stayed

u .'f j SPOUTS BILL FLUMMEIt nniTon: (Jrndi- Horeau, Mural Smith, Loca Belle The exciting;! popularity contestended Lhe Tornadoes had to fight real later than 1:00: o'clock at any The Strawberry sum,. Csnl,

t Harriet I. Sumner, Monteen Wl\rrE'n-Mrs. at the dance given by the lard to keep their lead. to Gainesville helping In every ]
j t.ITnt.tfY( ) nnrron Edith, Hollingsworth, the club house, dance and I never go way ? ,prom.
r KU.A; .MAU MANNI.NUJOKR .. Bishop Lena Lavender Elva Lee Searing, Teacher Little Women at Orlne Padgett was high scorer a most successful Christmas .

i dd : t a? ;: : KPITOP. Reddish, Cal'Ol'hltE', Beatrice I Fifth Grade December 11 with the announce w\th\ fifteen points and Elizabeth Please consider these .small re- sale In Bradford County

4i t EDNA: PFARCIIcvRO'I Ca K'I'i. Jewel Gassett, Miriam I Bernard Jordan, Barbara Keen, ment of the winner, popular" Phillips made eight points. The quests and make me happy Christmas They gave a program Tu
t,..shla Smith "Miss Biadford.
\T. PORTEn Guy Mellie Silcox, James Norman I Bryan Harrell, Dorothy Williams, guards were Zell Collins, Hazel morning. night in Hampton and l

'i ,1 !Ml HI AM! GUY Bill Plummer, Geraldine Marlon Love, King Thomas, Ar- This contest sponsored by the Brown, and Estelle Mott. Dot Bishop. proceeds were applied to .

,t ; Morgan\ Lillian Stump, Jamie line Dew, Norma Gunnels.-Miss! Junior class, was begun Dec. 6 Marzie Howard and Margie Hall Hampton Staike Tuberoulu

I CHKISTMASNow Sapp, Pauline Rosier, Bernard Hlnson, Teacher by the entire high school votingfor substituted for Marice Crosby and Dear Mr. Santa Claus: fund..

t Rosier, Hazel Moore, Reese Bradley Paul Andrews, Ray Bell, Mathew the five most popular girls in EHtelle! Molt. I want something for Chilstmas. The following letter was ,

b as the Christmas holidays Forest Crosby, Margaret Davidson McKinney, Edward Saxon, grades from seven on up. These by Bruner reed
The boys played a good game I want to tell you what It is, but Baker ditectorl
t r' '' ,lea draw near, let us strive to obtain Alice Edwards, Ancll Futch, Louis Smith, 0 J. Underhill, William five girls! were Betty Green MarIon but lost 9 to 14 and they deserve you must be sure and take It the the Band, from The Florida Tub!

R i the true Christmas spirit. Clm: -Ice Gill, L, O. Jones J. W. Kel- Through, R. V. Allen, Mary Dowling, Clara Flume, Doshla another chance to play Melrose! right way. culosis and Health AIlHOclutton
k I !4 remember" that the true Smith and Frances Peek. A close
Let us ley, Billy Long, Ella Mae Manning Bradley, Thelma Prevatt.-Edna Wynn scored five points and Hazen No, I don't want any boy from
I Is to give to others and contest was held for December 7 !
Christmas spirit exciting ,
Edmond Galloway, Vesta Prevatt, Teacher. scored four points. They even Gainesville, they're all untrue. I 1937
L? r.1 o j and make others happy Instead McRae, Edna Pearce, Frances Carl Crumpler, :Mack Futch, the next two weeks with the cli- played a better game at Melrose much prefer Starke boys. No, I Mr.Bradford Brunner Baker Director,

j (7}( of continually wondering what Peek, Vernle Phillips, Janie Mae Gene Noegel, Bobby Biggs Oleeta max reached at the dance, Saturday than; they did when they defeated don't want a basketball suitno County Strawberry

i we are going( to get for Christmas Quarles, Louise Rosier Mildred Green, Frances Colley. Mrs. night. Betty Green was leading Hawthorne 22 to 18. The girls also mutter what they say; I don String Starke Band

? and dropping hints to flelnds and Sapp Callie! Strickland. Howard, Teacher. during the first of the dance defeated Hawthorne 32 to 12. think I earned it. I want perfume Dear Mr., Florida Baker-

J I i11 relatives. Eleventh tirade Fourth Grade but the tide was changed and John Torode and Harold Griffis scads! of It, with romantic :

t We can make our parents happy Annie Mae Harnage, Mary Edwards Leon Gray, Jr., E. L. Johns, J. when the winner was announced, defended our goals at both games. names.! I want people to smell me Please! let me thank you and

s I4 by being unusually kind happy, Martha Wells, Lorenn tinier C, Parker, Edward Thomas, Gloria she run a close second to Doshla - >. _0- coming a mile away and it will members of the Strawberry' Sir

"o cheerful, and helpful at home; we Wilier Mae Thornton. Louise Cooper Luella Davis, Eunice Grif- Smith. Because of Doshla Smith's Through the KeyholeWell put me in grand spirits, I know. Band for its generous contribut]

; y J' can make. our teachers happy by Warren Hazel\ Thomas, Zell Collins fis, Helen Hardenbrook Agnes absence the bouquet of lovely Thank you Sanla. And please to the Christmas Seal Sale

being very cooperative In school, Mirzle Howard. Andrew Redding Lewis, Dorothy Mott, Seletla flowers was awarded to Miss grunt my delicious wish. Bradford county !Mrs J M.

I k and striving to make better grades Bob Long, Jimmie Sewell. Sparks, Kate Ensterling, Ida Lee Green, who gave a short talk of well what a surprise the Harriet Benson. varez, our local thaiiman! ..

y, i 1 end we can make some little child Loyree Phillips, Hazel Brown, DorIs Silcox.- Lucille Edwards, Teacher appreciation oVer the loud speaker Popularity Contest gave us! The written us of your cooprratl"

i I, \ happy, who is less fortunate than Silcox Bertha Taylor, Lloyd Walter Dew, Bradley Geiger, system. one thai was last reversed and Dear Santa Claus: and we want you to know t ij

. H t17 we are, by giving them some toy Wilkerson. Arsula Crosby, BettyJo Marlon Manning, Billy Overstreet, --- -.--- Became first. Congratulations, I I'm going to be easy on you your assistance is appreciated,
Doshla, all are happy! -- By the
or plaything that is lying around Webb, Alma Murrhee, RuthMurhee Lila Rae Caldwell, Bernice Cooper, Madame Susy-Q this Christmas because I only Sincerely yours

N our home, and never used; we Sidney Griffis, Clara Hazel Fields, Anlce Green, Esther way, why are Artford and Bill so want one thing. But that one r VV. C. Blake M. D|
\d\lee to the Lovelorn broke this week? My! !
I 2leia:: can make our friends happy by Flume, Harriet Benson, Edith Grlffis. Merry Beth Knight Mar thing is very important to me so President.
t putting out a little effort' and time Klnchen Doshia Newsome Dear Madam Susy-Q: "A delightful time was had byall" -. .-
; Rowe, James jorie Montieth, Evelyn do all you can. Well, here goesI -
t to be unusually pleasant and sweet Smith, Elizabeth Phillips Hazel Mary Lee Overstreel, Wanda My problem Is one of etiquette.I at the dance, Saturday night. go over to Gainesville occasion FIFTH GKM)R

l j to them. By making our parents, have been with a boy for All the girls looked quite attractive We have
i Whitehead, Cleon Wooten, John Pearce, Mary Alice Yarbrongh. going ally and while over 'there I've been painting pi

teachers, and friends happy, sure- Torode, Gene Long Ernest Dow- -Mrs. Hart, Teacher. two years and, as yet, we have : and local boys were at their seen a certain boy five times and cones to put on the Christmas t|

ly we shall be very happy our- ling, A. Z. Adkins. Collett Green Hoyt Warren, never had a date without a chap- genial best. Dances are grand. funs each time I see him I stare at him and to use for decorations In

I selves.So eron. I have an engagement with -how about it? rl'om.'e have
} Tenth Grade and if I'm not terribly mistaken also been tnakj
Jessie Mae Byrd, Jimmy Bradley,
Why are Fran Edna, Miriam,
start now getting the real Herbert CloversetUe, Edward Ethel Mae Durllng. Coolidge Gas- him Christmas Eve and Mother he stares back at me. Santa, I pictures of Santa Claus cnnd
J+ Doshia, Lillian, Rena Mae, Dot,
said I need have then. and flowers.
Christmas spirit, forget yourself, Mc- no chaperon want to meet this
Owen boy ,
R Johnson, John Crews. sett, Mabel Leach.--Mrs. Lazenly, very very
and Harriet so sweet to each other -
and Instead, think, of others, endS Rae, Dempsey Sapp, Leland Spon- Teacher. Would people talk if I dated him much,. I think I'd like him. I We are sorry to lose one of <
all of a sudden ? This unnat
?' othE'rsNUl be sure to think of holtz Milo Sponholtz, Juanita Third Crude without a chaperon and if I did, looked him up In the Semlnole and pup'Is. Helen LangHelen is mIng
ural state of affairs couldn't be
?? what should I do, how should I found out that he's Theta Chi to Jacksonville.
you. Loral Bennett a We
t Barefoot Dorothy Winkler wish !
S Luke, the result
Evelyn Merry of the nearness of
act ? I as
Crosby, Doris Crews, Jean Davis, am very inexperienced and a Sophomore from Lakeland. gre"t success In her new homyArline |
Ruby Green, Lorlne McKinney, dates and Christmas could It? Oh no, they
wi; DaffyNitionsBy Marian Dowling, Frankle Gay, Mildred Edwards, Elizabeth Ann to unchaperoned any simply couldn't be mercenary! i Well, Santa, I'm depending on you I Dew and Marlon
would be
Grace Green Jennelle Hutchings nelp you glv'e appre to get me this introduction, so have been out part of this week I
Joyce is
Lawson Marjorie Gay Christmas nearly here. Let'sall
.r'b' 1 ciated.
). Helen Normnn, please don't disappoint me. account of sickness Bernard
Irene Markham, J|
Dunlt Moore, Gay Drlskell. Ray Driskell, get the old spirit instead of
Caudle Hazen, Inez Rosier, Ver- I Born So' Years Too Soon Wishing you a Merry Christmas, dan is out now with tonsilttls
Borea person who talks In- Shirley Judd, Bobby Gene Patray, "Bob White, buy Christmas seals
ur t I gle Gasklns. Alice Petersan, Cle- Bob Poor Dear Girl: : Frances Peek. Reporter, Ernest Lavendrl,
) stead of listening to you. .1. L Sweat, Franklin Young nslead of "bottle dope, and plan

x Sediment-mushy stuff. one Edmondaon Irene Goodge, by Dyal. Miss Buddington, I really hate to disappoint you, what we'll give Mother and Dad

r ; Creek-a classical language. Odessa Kelley, Iva Mae Lewis, Teacher. but for your reputation's sake, I instead of who we'll date on Fil-

r Father-material Santa Claus Marjorie Hall, Juanita McGauley, Billy Benson L. J. Kite, Willie must warn you. Don't go with day night. That's the Christmas

u t whom everyone Is very nice to Geraldine Hall Ernest Edwards O'Neal, Marion Brown, Mary Car- the young man unless you have spirit and It Isn't bottled, either. I ELEMENTARY ECHOES 1 1Primary
Billy Jackson, Willie Maud Loper, a chaperon. You don't know,
I near Christmas. la, Evelyn Griff Is.--Mrs. Andrews, poor Here Is a prayer composed bya

a l Foam- -what rings when you Louise Pievatt, Bonnie Mott, Lu- Teacher girl, what talk and trouble you let student, the night before exam:

tr a ;r are in the bath tub. manda Dyal Margaret Pearce, Robert Johns Jimmie | yourself in for if you go. Also, Now I lay me downto
q Pauline Jordan Al-ne I Austin, Es- Godwin, Leslie Bradley Esther I I :f the boy is rude enough to ask
Duncethat which is done to study Christmas SIXTH GRADE HOLDS
'i 9 telle Austin, Ollie Mae Thomas, English, Martha King, Effie Grif- \ you to go with him without a I I I .
1 the rhythm of swing music. hope, hope, won t ELECTION OF OFFH FOur
+ Emmett Perryman, Clara Mae fls, Louise Edwards, David Gun- chaperon, I should advise you to go nutty ProgramSong
Impression -- a time during Harley, Willa Vida KllllngswOl.th.Ninth Robrinelle Ruth Good discontinue all actions with him
favorite ter, Jeinne And after I have class meeting was called|
Is bad and
which business a -
,,1 1 p r'. saying is "Posterity is just Florence Mersereau. Iris man, W B. McKinney, William immediately. Please accept this learned this junkI by Assembly--"It Came order Wednesday, Dec. 8, 1 lq

4 ",a ''k around the corner." Ferol Jones, Martha crews'l Teacher.Anthony Andrews -Mrs. Biggs, helpful advice.*k Madam SusyQ.P. hope, I hope, that Iwon.t Upon the Midnight Clear." New officers were elected as
a Lord's' Prayer. lows.
j S, j( Sophomore-class of people just ta Smith, Gayle Sewell, Louise Second Grade S, You dumb thing! Good advice to all girls. Do Flag Salute.
a awakening to social life and school Sterns, Mary Townsend, Bonnie I II I TreasurerRobeita WhitfW|
-- -- -- lot John
Leon Ellington, Homer O'Neal give Torode or Bob Long
Sacred Songs by Second Grade PresidentJoe English.
feeling. Turner, Levis Starling, Irene Sapp, I
the school for 125 underprivileged
by high -
r I I Myrtle Bonnelle Ruth Johnson I II I i date Why ? Edna, Doris, John, children. Vice Presldenl -Olin White,
i Affair I --some kind of a circus.KOl'KTII rs'ellethnl Lavender, Junior Johns
1 children from the elementary -
: Cora Belle Jones, Marie McKinney and Bob went to the basketball !
11 -.. I Mahle Johnson Bobby Ford Mel- I Christmas Pageant--Mrs. Robel.t'll SecrelaryMargaret Firing !
t GRADE ba Carolyn Keen. Audrey Ann Prevatt Odessa :, grades. game together Friday night. Com- First Grade children. low.
Moody, Thomas, June Bell, Myrtice Warren ]!i The program was opened with ing home their car got stuck in a
Our room has taken on a holiday Eighth{ Grade Reading Eight girls from Miss News Reporter Evelyn H.iM|
Lelia Kersey. Miss Kitty Junior Adkins, president of the mud hole and the boys had to
aUh'e.Ve have draped red Enos Hayes, Odell Jones, Ber- Mlddleton's First Grade children Helper-Mary Jo Caldwell.
? ; logsed., Teacher. I Junior class, presenting Doshia leave the car ..nere and walk home
L and green chains around the tlce Silcox, Leuton Morgan, Buddy Why Do Bells For Christmas Housekeeping chairman 0'
Roy Harrell. Claude Johns, Joe Smith, "Miss Biadfordwith a with the happy girls. Nice way to
blackboard. On our sand table, we Davis, Garland Godwin Othma Ring--Miss Lllley's First Grade do Thomas.
I lontleth, Junior Silcox, Shirley pennant. Then Brunner Baker gel exercise, girls.
'I have a cranberry tree and red and Haynes, Geraldine Silcox, Shirley child, !'en. Helpers:
Arnett, Billy Smith, Betty Benson Dlaved a violin solo. accompanied Peeper.
n silver! pine burs. In our wall vases Morgan. Carrie Bell Bennett, Joe ............... The Bird's Christmas---Miss LI1-. Board WashersFrances G
at the Mrs. Brown. He ----
Elizabeth Cox, Ona Demor- piano by -
are cedar twigs painted sliver. Allen Lander, Margie Mathews, ley's First Grade children. fls Lola Tyler
I|' est, Miriam Hornsby, Marjorie then played "Silent Night" and'It ;
Mammy Sez I White, .
We got our Chrlsmas tree the Mae Parker, Rivers Hundley. Manning, Janette Priest Rebecca Came Upon the Midnight Christmas Songs-Second Grade I Desk InspectorOlin
,I, ''h first of the week and decorated Seventh Grade children. Eraser Duster-W. A. Saxon
Simpson.- -Mrs. Ritch, Teacher. Clear, which were sung by the ,
{ 't It with Santa Clauses! chains, I I Gloria Bufurd, Sara Barefoot, First Grade Junior Glee Club Chorus. Congralulashuns to one ob our The Night Before Chrlstmas- Duster-Margaret Stringfrll j
t wreaths, and Christmas trees that :yina Bishop Ida Lulu Davis, most beaullfullesl girl! Doshla Ona Demorest. Floor Inspector- -Joe Eaglet

't we had made. Margaret Montleth Jimmy Grlffls, Alice June Hard- Leslie Griffis, Madge Brownlee, Inez Rosier read the Christmas Smith for gittlng de honor ob be- Who Believes In Santa Claus? Window Opener- Walter TaylJ

ti was sick last week and missed two I| ing. Patsy Keene, Harry Keene, Imogene Cowart, Patsy Dew, Audrey story, and all repeated the Lord's ing "Miss! Bradford. A bale ob -Mrs. Biggs Third Grade chil Window WasherHarold r
Moore Mimmle Lou Hazen
day of school. Jerome Johns and Buford McKinney, Lois Newsome, Prayer, after which several Christ cotton to you Dotihla. dren. vatt.

Bradley Geiger were also out a Verlena Phillips. Billy Patray, Isabel! Parker. Mrs. Roberts, mas poems were read by students Congrats to Gayle Sewell and Assembly Singing-Jolly Old First Aid Chairman Char|

t day. I I Clarice Thomas, Richard Jackson, Teacher from Mrs. Dowling's room. Betty Green for gltting sech gor- Saint Nicholas Up On the House- Jones.
Walter Tomlinson, June Coth
i George Flynn, Alvertine Johnson, "Oh Come All Ye Faithful" was geous hair waves. Them gals sho' top. Flower Chairman Walter
Martell Edmondson has moved
ran, Alma Dyal.--Madge Middle-
Katherine Klnlaw Retha the entire then does look lor.
.1 Geiger, sung by assembly, spiffy.
away; we miss her very much. ton, Teacher.
Lili Rae Caldwell Shirley Colley, Dorothy Lee Johns, another poem was read after : Mammy done gone and seen dat FOURTH: GRADE Helpers:
Reporter. Lex Baker, Spencer Crews,
Mrs Hart, Teacher I William Baker, George Powell, Joe James Gassell. Clifton Griffis, which the Junior Chorus. sang 'Bob Long from Brooker City hav- Harold Prevatt and Lulll Ty

Andrews Doris Mae Gaffney, Gertrude "The First Noel." Then Orin ing a date with that Edna Pearce We are studying '>about the Plant Chairman Edgar Wild
-- -- lames Mathews, Dan Priest, Van
DON'T' Davis, Richard Woodward. Padgett read the origin of ..The from Starke. Lawsy, but that boy Arabs of the desert. We have a son
GET UP NIGHTS Priest, George Winkler, Janet Anderson
I Sixth( Grade First Christmas Tree." Ona Dem- tins good taste.Mammy camel poster and some paintings Bulletin Board Fay Yarbrou
THIS:, 2f.o TKST: KICUK:I If I It ftilN.ittul. Beatrice Bennett, Doris
Ii llflp" nature' drive out WUHCXICHH .. Joe English John Klnlaw, Marjorie Monrrief Betty Powell Joe Ann orest then recited "Twas the Night sho' thought them gals of Arabia. Helper: Ruth Powell.
HCIllK, whist lull IIII XP the Davis, Margaret Stringfel- Before Christmas.! all looked mighty pretty at thatLIl' We have been Program Chairman Eloise: 1 B
I painting
Irrllutloii I that wakfx. Blocker, June ('al well, Geraldine
)''U up
low, Fay Yarbrough Virginia Doc Wainwright president of \Vomiins dance Saturday night lock.
ra"Mr5. xraiiiv" flow. Imriilt., ,... or Cox, Lelia Drlskell. Betty Flynn, nnd making Christmas
t .liiu-kai. .h. Flush the .Ul.ln.-yH. an Sewell Mary Jo Caldwell, Roberta the Student Government presented I specially Clarice Gill in a ciump- chains.! Our sandtable has a Helper: Bishop Mjrick
i you would the! b,,urlH. let 2io;; Anna Lue Hillhouse, Juanita Kite.
worth ol jumper.. nil, biuhu lonteM, Whltfleld. Muriel Crawford, Anthony -Miss Lilley, Teacher a Bradford "B" to the following: tloiis black dress with one ob Christmas scene on it. LibrarianAnthony Baker.
err, mad. Into itrri-n tubli-tx. JUKI. Baker, Ruth powell Olin Hazel Thomas, Harriet Benson those sparkly belts Margaret Helpers: John Klnlaw and BI
May lliikctM' to any dniKKmt Locally. ---.-- Our room has been divided Into
Hf 'arpt'ntt'r'H l I'rtiw .stoi White. Bishop Myrick. EvelynGIFrl" FIFTH GRGADE I Marzle Howard, Margaret Pearce, Pearce in a lovely gold and blown three sections with a sponsor for op Myrick.For <
Rivers Hundley, Ancil Futch, L. dress, and those Dowling sisters the last week our clasS
We have been busy decoratingour each section The Sponsors are:
I Jones and Edna Pearce, that Mammy can t tell apart In been decorating room
room for Chrislm 10. Agnes Lewis, Ida Lee Silcox and
The curtains were then drawn beautiful new blue evening dresses. and for Christmas
The girls have been making George Oliver. We are having a
SpeaaUHART'S and on the stage was a beautiful I(| Knowing how Dot Bishop likes -.
,rhains of red and green paper. The ., contest to see which section can
I Christmas tree and underneath itwere to go to dances, Mammy 'specls FIRST (!K.%I)K:
>oyi are painting pine cones red raise the most money to go to thl
and Santa''Dot must have felt nice
toys candy, fruit. pretty sick We have done many
and tippIng them with sliver. The help those who have tuberculosis.
f Claus the and Invited to leave the dance and home. We gave motor
came on stage go for Christmas.
e fOFI'KK; TABLEnlnut Finish! with Trays, '3 9K room Is very prE'lty.Ve are reviewing Reporter, Gloria Cooper, I.
the 125 children to come on i Po chile. Had to stay in bed all the School Health Bnnl
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? 24 __ ____ for mid term exam. We Teacher, Miss: Edwards.
the stage And get some toys, fruit day Sunday too / gave;: two plays for the ,rhrlr
have stalled ---
I already In another --- --
[:.\ltp T\BLE 98c reader for the next term. Ednariae and candy. The party was a huge Honey chile Miriam Guy told! I 'Ot'RTH GRADE Program. We have learned

10. II ____________________ -- success and enjoyed by all. Mammy she sho had fun dls week Christmas songs We have
and Carl were elected sponsors ... end. She went to that Universitycity We have been busy reviewing Christmas stories and we h
for our room to collect '
PItE\US 98c money PI.E.'Sl'IlE CRAFT ARKIVE (Mammy sho wants to go this week. made a Christmas Story DOCK

"0 '" 10 _______________ for the Health Board. there some day and Christ
Reporter, Mack Futch. see what'sover We have had lots of fun decorating wish you all a Merry
1 MIAMI BEACH.The greatest there) and visited one ob her New Year
ESU T.\nLl 9RNo Teacher, Mrs. Howard. our room and tree for Chi'1st- :and a Happy
M $1 fleet of kin folks. Grade
19I.U.ZISF.__________________ .- pre-Christmas pleasure mas.We First Teacher
craft In many a year floated in Those Lil' Women sorta hoped drew names for our Christmas Miss Alley |

:\ R.\SKET 98c Last Assembly HeldThe Biscayne bay. dal Waller May berry would come party. ..-

So, 10 _u_______________ Harbor officials said the 385 to the dance, but I guess he''had Mrs. Gray, our room mother, FOURTH in.-----) :

1 last assembly! of the year boats in the bay Including sixteen u previous 'gagement girls Jest sent us a pretty pot with a big We have been making and Jl

98c was a Christmas program combined palatial yachts of 200 or more feet hope and pray, chile's. sugar plum tree Christmas! P"-' |
nIlLUIttS'S lau: UOCKKKS: No. C R______________ "growing" In It. orlng some i
with a Christmas Party given In length, were worth 936,900.000. Mammy was talking to one ob Reporter, Gloria Cooper.. We have a nice rhrlstmns Pour

('IIIMIltKN'S META ('II \IUS, No. 10-20 _____ ___._ 98c the stronger sex and he tole her Teacher, Miss Edwards. room. We will gents our siso .
he"I"he.j" he could find a gal that -. Monday. We have "

1eIr.1'00 GREEN ROt KEKS, No. 9-3I---------: __ 1.0 FRESH OYSTERS FOR YOUR Is like dls: FIFTH GRADEWe painting pine cones ami mak''

HairMiriam Guy.ComplexionElaine. have bought /seven books chains. v-urJ'
XMAS DINNER Edwards. with money from our class treas We are glad to have -
i 1.JNclNC': i CHAIRS AM) Terms E'E's.Do hla Smith ngal

t OTTOMAN: $29.50 complete line of Fresh Fish daily LlpaHarriet Benson. ure.basket Our to room the poor is going for Christmas.We to give .a Gunnels berta King back and with Wilma us ;<;apP I n

., l _.. Figure- Hazel Moore. are going to have a Christmas are leaving to go on a vacflti
-------- Smile- Dot
P WAGONS; VELOCIPEDES DOLL CARRIAGES: Bishop. ( tree on Monday and give Miami. Bernard Jordan knd w

i'6r Season's Greetings PersonalilyEdna Pearce. presents We have our room dec. an Harrell have been e c

__'_____n_ __ Dimples She sho'--Clara would Flume. orated for Christmas, we have a with lonslltlis. our fti,
HKDROOM: SUITES.-DI'I: INn SUITES take the cake. scene of the three Wise Men on We will begin taking

LIVING; ROOM: SUITES Well Mammyil see you all at their way tp Bethlehem on our Tuesday. aoa!
de ,
THE MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET nex Big Apple, and all bins HI
i Low Prices>> Large Assortment Easy Terms watch her shine. you Jest bulletin board. Teacher, ,V

Mrs. Howard Teacher aPero 6.Aid

110: ,I Mammy. Mack Futch, Reporter lams

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( KMBBK 84. 1837
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*l-K OF TAX 8 H. U. 20 1 K <' ISO : I, !
'OI''C r OK ', I At-rea more or I KH. t'onlulnlnB I y..s 1929 to 1937: both inluslv I hy ieitlflcuteBos.; $ $6 and 93:I of xperl I vely, and represent the unpaid' I.;. II. 21 E.: -ontalnlng 240 Acres lying N of H. A. L. fly A H A E: of '

r' IIIortc1 ; ,% vrl.TlVKN that I The laB to he Hold nre, evidenced I I 1.101'1111. to t700.79. 1929 and tillS r"'lh'.ly. and represent 'taxes for lhe yi sin I 1931 to I.I.IT. more or I...... fornellii KI A that nordon of NK'/,

: tnVrTlnip55;" i I } ti l.d I by .-.rllr..ole. Non 27 and 33 of swi I, or: N. & S'i jf 'oWi the unpaid taxes for the both Inlu.h. Imolnlnl to $ The taxen to be nold Ir.evidenced I'or SKV lying' N or said Ity Kxceptportion
opl'. 1" : 1""IUt..t the I 1929 .ld 1'3' ie.p..i-tlvly, and I ren- I : ', 1'"c.,1: 4 )'e"r 1928 lo 1937, bolh Inclusive : : o '. Tp. hy certificates Non 124 of I' owned h)' W II. llallev.Hec. .
I: ,''In"tlo'"I', ,"It"n together .wIth all ,I reBHiit, I II "itt I tuxen for the I : .l'p.. Il': I* f HI I" or Rpe amountiiiK to UU.5. 8 tl.n.1211' FT., o : I "lr'l.r ., loll and 11:11: r.Hp/'lh..ly. and represent 4 Tp. 7 H. II. 21 E.:. ,'eritalning I
s. ..
.mlll.... 0" I"vl..d taai9ii I years 12! to I :i7, Lull I, liu-iuHlve. Acres" morn" nr 20 Ions.i 1' COllallll1 SIlO AI."I1SK', .r HKI4 of Hec. 3.1 more or ..R. unpaid, 1 taxes for I 64 Acres, more or lesaTha I :

itCHt. ; P "'I.I ho ."Iv..rll.(1 I an,1 amounting; ,, I310.LM' PIt. taxes ;.Id' Tp. 6 S u. 21 K., containing- The taxen be Hold are evldeniedby yearn 19.10 to 1917, hoth In.I h"l taxes to be Hold are evidenced ,I.
I '" Mr" (> evidencedi '
. ,14 hl"IIP.I bld.r r",' 111M1% Al.K l: SK'4 nf KK'4:' of Sec 16 i' i. i..i'" ',"".. Non.. Acres, more, or less. cert (flea ten son 1 12. 104 and nmolnlll to $324 85. hy certificates, Non 201 and 167 of
4 t : I IOtIM" HIli 896; or 'TI,.. II H. H. SO K 40 M .'"I BZ of 1X2 of I : 1932 and I 1914 rennec- : : ', ,.1 NE'.i A N'-j of [ 1 1930 and : l-ep-
: L.) 'ul.IIIII I 19.15 The 'taxes to be Hold 11:1. Ua 1..p..I' .1.i
p''' ",i.ti ..1' ) Acres, more or I. .. 110 respeullvely, ami repi are" 'ld'lc"d represiint the unpaid SKL, Hec. 19 Tp. (0 I H. It. 21 1., containing :I' renent ) the
JIHlatur"l i bv certificates 87 fluid Ih. 'IX" r.r
h. taxen for I 1Ild .
.... The Inxea' to I b. Bold ( UI"hl the :0. the 1930 120 Acren, mor or | HH.The 19-fl to I 1937. bolh t,
: to 1937
11 )
1UllwlnlC yeaiH h..h.
by .. p'd.I.1 tu I 937' both Inclusive. 1919 tOld lu.14 "M".clh..I"I and represent t.r 'II'M he sold. are evidenced y..r .
,'oully or lrBdrord. NOB. ::4 .r 'uniiiuntlnif' in I tie bol h lo $, ::1.:15.: 1..10 I. 84.
II" taxes for thaenrs 'n'IIIIa""nllnl am01ntll
11,12961 unpaid f.a
.. Ir t""I'III. to-wi I 1929 and' 11:1! ; r..lw'.lv..I", and repreBent \ 'I.$" >: A 1.1. 'Kxcept: RWI4 of > I IH28 to ltl.17.: both Inclusive, : 'ortH'T" A W-n .h.)' .I.lrh..t, Ni). 124 of I r."e1 .. I AI\: \\ NKl' A NWI A
19 N'I if. repreHcnt I h. unpaid I N A of
for of HW. Sec
TI rv 4. tliu NK'i 0 iJ HW
.I i ) 11" 't.l4 NW' ,.amountiiiK tu j! .
SK' ur I"
< s'c- 13 for the I 1934 10 :
0 in-TYo A'.'-..... or lena.fli yeai-B 12 1 "37, hull h InclUBlve .) H. H. SO [ ; 13.19..MO ., 80 Acres I., yearn 5 Tp. 7 H. U. 21 K.. conlalnliiK I 320
\or. i M .
_,f.IIInl! he ar. evidenced .nolltog to $1.91 11 i..J. more; less., c'II.lnllg'GtO', ',I .\ : 1".1 IWI. Sue. 2 Tp. 8 or, leHH. eont.lnl,1 I IIt: 7, both I I ltdl.h.. amoiiniliiK I I I to Acren, more or less. P

:': Ve', NOB. 1 and 1 of 1 1921* ALO: .NK't .:'. & SWL, (,f I liii. 'taXi's or S. 21 K.: "unl.lnl,1 HO Acres. The taxes I sold evidencedby $ tR |I I"C 1 The tnxen In I. are Idenced
"' '''r. and r H,.,.. 21 Tp. 8 S. 1{. JO : i J '10 l" I"U1 are evidenced morn or" I..'. .. are .\ : 8'i of HE', ..1 $t'c. I 19 '1'. .I'o
Ively. ] i, cerllricHtea 85 ; 1 n?. I 104 nnd' by Od cud 159 of
: i)1'1 No. and 63 of ..lf."I. :n. 6 21 K., 80 Acres c.rlrl'al..H No.
.1' ''M pa I" "*" fur tn" r..pr"'j containing, MO At-ren "'"r. or I. 1H.IO and I licit!': ".Iwclh',, ', and renrenent ;' The. taxeH lo be sold nre evidenced 1.12 of : 1932:' and 1134. respectively r"I.I. lens. rflllillnM ]! I nai r".t.lv., and rep*
The taieH liu .
to Hold Hre evidenced hy Nos. H9 and 631 urI I
'I'h"'j' 'ho'h' I h"lu.h.. the unpaid taxes I .Iell.M and represent unpaid resent I )" for the
for the Ih. The I laxen to be are evidenced .
,!"i" ; I by cerlirifnlcH' N.... 30 unit 35 of 192 I years' 1 11210! t,, m)7l: | |11CU1Vumoiiniinw ( a. 192V : : :respectively, and represent tlXe for the yearn 1930: to lai. by .11 H... and I years 1929 to IU 1037. lotS ii Inclusive,
fli ," of niver' and I 1934 .. I h.l ..ur".t. lo
1'1,11'\, or SE'4 8 reNpei-tlvely, .10 copreHont U.UR I Site unimid taxes for thayears b.th 0, amounting- $9461. 124 .of : : and 19.15 1011011 lIt iii){ to $551.91.I 1
*'IiI1 1 1 B containing the unpaid taxeH for I Ih. yearn 192* I Ai.14": '\ "' NK'; ', W'. ,trI 1H2J to 1937. bOll Inelu.h.. 1\11.: SIS'', of NWI4 of Sac 9Tp. I and U. represent:: ( he; respectively ;unpaidnxen :: I AI.SOVu! A HI. of l SKI Hec. 6Tp.

*.,:' 1,'"''eh"r -1". to lu ,1a:l '.8P.hut h ldu.h| "1, .IUIIIK,I lh', of ,!.,.. | 2 'I 1'?. 7 s. |:. SO K, I anmunltng, W I" (160.36.ALSO ... II H. 11. 21 K.. pnntulnlnK 40 ( for tIle yearn 1929 1987. 7 H. It. 21 R, ronlHlnliiK 425
of of .1IP.
: !. NW'i .
: aI'P len
; ." 'ld"'I.d c""I.11111 80 Acres, more or I"... 1. Acres" morn or less. both I inclusive, anioundnHT I to Ai ren, more or
Tl" I. ... NOH. 2 and 2 Al.sis': '., of SK': .,t Hi-o. 23 'J'l'. I I I In U H. I. 21 K.. c"III"lnlC 80 't'le taxes lo be Hold are evidenced
1111I.( and repredentutiitt1d 6 S. II. 20 "K KO I 'H .. .10 ii...' .llol..1ePI'lrh'nl. Atlas, lens. 1 lie taxeH I to bn .old 1,i'e evidenced $1:13711.10 .
,i':4: ''lcllv..ly. c".IIIIIII: AI-I.-X. 15' s ) HO and 10" or by .. NOH. 132 of 1934 re- : A 1,:" of NE'i:' ofSet l.v tart Itliol t" Ni 207 and I Ito of
leBB.Tim I
more" 13
the 192H or Tlie taxes tOt be Hold are evldenceil ..lr..II. 'W\
1IU1' I 1930 and 1935 respectively, unil -
and I IMi k. reprenent
linen y.ar. .
ri-spectl\ely and -. '
rep.I atollS i I "repl-enent, the unpaid Tp. II. 21 containing
I- bv HI.I
',, }. Itttt''h I"I'u.'v'' amoulllnlC I ; I by .. ,I..H I to Hold: are evlden' <>ed I resent I UII.d, taxes for thu 1929( cttltiricHtcH and :0.. 90 .and, I 124 of. taxeH for the 1931 to 19:17! : 200 Atlas, (ilol-u or I leBH.The the unpaid taxen for the
NOB. .1:1:t und 1934 and Y..I'
..ln.I.M r,27 of I I represent 192V) to 19.17. boils Inclusive.ami.ilntliiK .
lyeui-H 1I3U) to I ..I..I..y. yearn
till but h 'Inclusive' hoi' 11 to I I taxeH lo he Hold are evi
> 'i.i?' "f NK'J S of 1 1930 raspectiveIy, and .the for thnyears lodl.lvp. nm"uolnA S1f. ld.I,1hy : I
I All KKU I nld 1':8 reprenent i hiK tn $ I :15.60. IIX" : H\Vi! Of certificate .. illS and to $72093.ALHO (
All I ,"'1,0.1.1 I" for 1"11 192s to 11137.: both Inclusive, AI.IO N. 12 I otNKi
UHivi. "f fK-4 i "IIK-H theyearn .M of A :
N' : SIi4; Xt'4
& : NMJ4 I : of ,
.1. Nl-I'i 1'1"" H. II. 21 I K.: ciuilalnlliK 40 I 1930! : I 1935. I 1"*
I''f 01 \Jii.: N of Santa Ke 11..r.1 I I I 1SI2II to 11137: both I hllu.h..., I SI':' Si', ,lit $";1..1' :' it,1, NWl I, OtlIltitilitElig to $180.60. ACICH, more or less. 11,1 the unpaid r..lh.oly.taxes for thnyearn Her. 11 Tp. 7 H. II. 21 I W., con-

CI (.I. TI'| Q H. M- *-'" -.' sl1ullng to | | :<| .K2. ,1"1' ".."'. 1 13: TI". 7 S. I II. 2(1( .H: con. t AI.Sd: HI.J of HW of Sec. 3 Tp.R resent 1929 to 1937: both inclusive.I la I n IIIK I 120 Acren, more or less.
11 or ""'R. ,I \0: !lI.:'? .si KI:' NW'. & till,, lug 280 Ac.','.. more .lesB S. U. 21 B., contalniiiK-' Acres, Tlii. .x.. to be sold are evidenced. to :II6.82.I Tim laxeH to In Hold are evidencedby
? $3
r.$ nlr. \\ & K'' eifHW lean.I bv ,'I $liiiIen NOH. I 122, I lOt and, 132 I 10"11 ,,.
'n l itt nold ar. evidence.1cortlirIIttM IWI, .f H.. The taxes lo lie ,; ".r. or : of carl lfiv'.l en No I 160 of I 1935: I enpecl -
The la-iei NOH.. H and :3 fr I USI!I''j '!I 12t Tp.. 6 1. H. 2U II. i-otitiilnlnHT, 520 I hy eertirii-aten, Ni "lt. H6 are ,"Id.e'o I The. taxes. lo be .nlo are, evidenced' of I 1931. I 1I33! : and l'34 "M"'I""I I l) ,. .1.1t: : \v DI.J u, t I AcIs. I 1. .nd Ir by 00 and 105 of Ii iiI I tin I II 1)14 ul
'j 1..pe"h.ly.I and 1''I".M.,1 I "" or I.BB.The 111.10 and, I Ilil4'; rei.pei-1 I Ively, and renresent j I .I.ICh.II..H X. I .1.1 r. Tp il S. It. 21 n containing360' taken for the yeill-H 1934: lo 1937
init I 134 I taxeB lo lie HOW IU.1-! I : I I and ("hi? yearn I 1930 to I bolh' Inclusive
the yearn I nre evidenced itiii 1111. hot h ImluxlMamounting to $91.44.
Hut ,
J unpaid lux.-s for : : Acri.. I -
] I :
I more snTliu
1ti1th' : : ; : :
I'I"*i\!, )II illi 1 IlUM I IleIMI.I.I amountiiiK'Kri1 I by certirii-ateH' :OM. 3: and, 26 of I )'i.li "in I Il2t! 'to Iii7.! : both Inclunlve:i i I''I t ho unpaid, taxeB for the nnw'fllA' I to 0. nr I A1.HO: SK1 I HI' NK'i : A I KI.., of
I 1930 and I I'.ii5': ) euis 1l.1!' | to 1 I1..I7.! l.oth t"I t i tie are evidencedby i ,
1..11'.1.' mid npreHcnt ailloiiiitlnir to *lil I 1.51. 11'.lu.I.., AISd: Wia of N W I 14 of Sec 9Tli. ..1 SKI, A HWI of N 12' A SIHof
.? All Si' of NKVi & H'i of ( he ii for, the I,I A.'SNKI' : of XKH: & NW', of ltIlItiiiitiliif 'i ..;;O. il 14. It. 21 l I-!l.. containing 80 .limcal-M u6 and I fit of. NWl 1' 14i i'. 7 Tp 7 H. U. 21 K. containing

,-"s'f: Illve'& K\V.4 & WlJ of I yearn 1I29! and) Il7.! : both Ilcll.lv. | NWl I M' ,,f SK'l: of Sec 1 13 1 TI'. Al.SdHKVi, HK14: of 14o'i". 4 .\"I'.H. more or lass I ipau and' ld.tr. ..'..cll'.ly. nitd repreHi.ut I 2(10( ) Acres, more or less
> I'. 52. | Ti.| U S. II. 21 I 10: containing' 40 (ln unpaid taxeH for the Tho taxoH to bn Hold are iivldcnuvlby
\' JfK'i I TI" u I
It. 2u I! .
: ) i .
"'f.'f.'L.l"-4! I"OUllh,1 'Ma 171 HiU Acrt-H, I tiixen I lire "
i I 'h. b. .1.1 \"n,1 to IU37: both
.', Acres, I : All 25 Tp. 8 S. Tl. 20 I lepn. "II.lltll Acres, "more, ICHH. yearn ltcll.lv. certlflcateH NOH. 130 and lIlt of
S. i t: ululnllg or t.I: by i-ei I llfli-utes 122 and 638 of I
I in 1':.. vontnlnlnir, *140 ACIVH, tnoru or 1" The luxes be sold; nro evldencidI N.. lillItttiilSlIIg Ii I $617.12. 19.12 and 19,15 respectively, and rep-
eorlet.iTh < ",. he Hold nr<> evidencedkrerdli I I The. taxes I be sold. are" evidenced I bv ,-'I'"r'"I.I X,... I 101 I I and I I2H nfiil2 I 19.11 I and 11:0: respectively I and repreniMit ALSO: H >"| of NKli 4VI4J "rl,I l-enetiL Ilui lini.ald taxes for the
tI"iIt lean.The I'hy No 64 of I IllS! ;) l-e- Ih. u"PIII laxeH for "heyearn NWl' A NW' of HWt A NWV4 of
I I: : .
NOH. 4 and 4 r>f I 192lLj !' .tr..I rchinci|' I Ively, and rep- | yearn lit.) I to IH37: both Inclusive.amoiiiillng
It ten nnd tnxi-B to |It'. Hold iiro evidenced si'ttt| | ,".1 "repri-sei( (11" unpaid,, | l.i....nt ( he .unpiild taxes for the 1930: ti both 11".h.p. SUV: AKUj u : nf SW' o? HK'i: & K"jof I I i to $19701.I

19.14 ri 'l"elv.IY.tl.n representLmiiuild ItCHIMT hy cfrtlflcateH ;u.. :Ill and 27 of I| taxes fur thn yearn l 193 I I 19:17: years 1 19:11: I t.. I IM.'lT. both Inclusive, umiiuntliiHT I lo $101.75. SIO'., of H,,'. 21 I .l'i 1". II H U. 21. Ii. I ALSO: Nlj of Nl-i: A WL. l-xccpt!
I '
taxes Inclusiveamounting yearn 19.10 add I lil.! : > icctlvi-l.v. and rcprenent I'1" ,. lui-liiKlve, ""I'1111, to I famiiuniliiK It. $ .*.,.U2.1. A .",: SWi of HW14 of He,*. 10 contalnliiK' .Mil <., *.*, more" .or |ISH. Is 101!, of NU',, AVa( of SISHI 7
I liith,' I I the unpaitl' tuxoH, r. thoyearH \ $1011 ALSO:.N "I': of SKI', & NW 4 of Tp 6 1C. 21 I K., ".,11111"1, 40AieH The taxcn I lo be Hold .are .' .hl.I'.1"y 'I 'ii,. 7 H. H. 21 I 10., containing 440

:In'j 41tLe I & All NWi} S of I I aillountldK 1JI29 to I1.U28KO.111.17.' Imth InrltlHive, I ALSOHWI', of SWl of Sec 13 :\1. NWl I .. SKI4: .I Sec t',.. (llore or I"... cerllflcaleH NOH 158 and 152 ofIICIO 4 ('1.OtN, liii hit ill It's'.
H. I 7 S. II. 20 10. "" It. 21 K.: t 120 Acres, 1 hit taxes I. ,be HI.Ill lire evldilicedby nnd. I 1934 respect Italy, and rcpiesenl The taxnH to be sold are evidenced
M. H. 18 COIIiinir I ,11"
.r;? *, > Ti.,| .(I I less. ALSO: NI'i.r' NK't:' & IWnr\ ,...s, mire or less.The "I."IIK 4 more ur lev* "I.II'nK ....'-tirii-ales ".. !'i. I 109 mil I !>:.!! th. unpaid taxes for the by cvrltflcntes Non. 210 and lIlt of

-'""' AcreH Im Hold more are or evidencedrtifti'iiteH I I NK' i & II NWI4' Ac I",. be sold nre evldencidhv The lit; ,I.s lo .. Hold are evidencedi :i.f: .II"'I'.r I ;::' 1932; and 1 19.16: respuctlvi-ly\ ; yen I-H 1 19211! I I 1937! : built I Illclunlve, 111:10: and 1935 respecdvely, and represent '
Th. 'liihito I KKLj' of 2d Tp. 6 H. U. I' ,, ilt I Ihn unpaid IH\-H I $603.66..
6 and C of 19291Iqi4 20 : I cerliflcaeH' Nil and, li4 ol i ) c" IIiItiIi.a I NOH. (II' and '12(1 nf lorHie ""lnlll I tin* unpaid taxes for the
,. N. and represent I containing I I I 160 AcreB" more or lenn. I bIll!' ( and' Iliil.: : and. rcpreHent I 129! and I 1934!': ,respectively I and represenl I yearn: 1928 tu I 1937: both 1"'h"1 A : HWii, of SKI:", Sec. 22 ri|1". yearn I'll'll lo I 1917, both Inclusive,
a : respectively' ', I for .he 1D2Xi I 'I'h. taxeB to b. Bold' II"i ..'.1.1.1.." I I ( he (ii((, ."II''lh..I' for, Iliajenrs ( Ii" unpaid taxes for tho HlvianiounlliiK, to $xo 02. 0 S. II. 21 K., containing 40" Atlas, amomilliiic to $764.41.

it j umuild luxes amount y.al' Inu, : by cerllflcateH N".. 28 of I 1935: renpecllvely I I IjiJM: |. .1937.: buih lnclusl\e, 'years I 1921 In I 1U7. buih I Inclusive, A I."' NWi of SKI, of Sec. 10) more or lesn.The ALSO: All Kxi-l-pl K'', of NW I ,
III.::7. linih' IlcIIMh. I 111 repri'Hent t t lie In".11 I "amount IIIK lo $144 K4 i000ttl ill log I., $239.84.! 'l'l|1". H. It. 21 i 10.; containing- I taxes to he Hold are evidenced Hoi. IS Tp. 7 H. II. 21 i K.: c-ulltaIlilliKT

l"i 01 I III. of 8KH, Sen. S3 'rl'| taXes for yearn Itt! to 1 : ,\.H": NW-/ of NW'.i. & NW ALSOlj: of XK'i: & SK'i: nfNK' ArrcH, morn or 'lesM. I by t-ect, I if IcatiiH I NOB. I Ill3: and,, 1 153 of SIll AIM-C, more or ICHH.
I. | (: xl': containing Acren, both In'.lu." "nl."IIII to 17320.ALSO I of 1"\":'\, & SKI I. of .SKI..: nf Bee. I 14T I: ',. of M.,' 6 "1l 1". U H. U. 21 K., ''h. I taxes I. I be HI.Id are. evidencedby I 1930 and 1 1934: r'.I..lh..I.v.I it hit rep The taxes to be sold nre evidenced
t I H.! 1 1C : KBl, .r : NW'. of I |>. S. K. f K.. CIII.IIIIK'10Acres 1 cOlllloll1 I I i 120 Acres. more or .leHH. c'I'llh..I." N... 97 and 539: of ri-Heut dm unpaid taxen for the by cerliricalen NOH. 227 and 175- of

ln 1. nr, IIHHiThrlnxiB to In* Hold are evltleneedrt.rtltItIIte NK:>4 & :'a'1' of NW' & KW,4 of I I mnre or IHHH.TliH I 1 Ilx'H to be sold nru evidenced I.111! ,, respectively. and represent yearn I 1929! I lo 1937': both Inclunlvu I 19.10 anil I 1935 I CCI|ii>cl i v ely, and rep1enent -
D NW'4 AS'a' NWVi of ceillfleiiles I 12 and of the unpaid taxes for the to I die unpaid taxeH fur the
except SKV4 i tty t NOH. I 127 liinoiinl $7270ALSO
|i ... :I IN., 1 and and repl-eHent A of 1930A Sec. 26 Tp.I b S. K. ( K., contalnliiK I I I hy ,...iI|Lit IfilttC'Xe' to h. .hl". "and evidenced N2 of i''IK29\1 and,: 19.14; 'respeciively: ; and, represent yearn I 1928 In 1937.: both Inclusive. '111; 1'1'; of SKI: ', of NK'i';:' of years 1929 to hIll?, both Inclusive,
lfl.14! .I..lv.y. 410 AcrcH, more or ".. :. I the unpaid. taxes for amounting- $77.12. Sep. 21 Tp." (I H. It. 21 K, conlalninK; : liniolilillng I o to $S 09.63,
nuimlil$ the Y"lr. 1929 I 19:10: ii < ltiM! :1 1"'H.t.I", i and, 1 ripreHenl leI AI I.Hd: NKl: of XKVi I of Hei*. 11 I I"... of NV' He-p. 18
The tnxeB to he are" > I I yearn" I 1928 to I 19:17: hoi I h 20 Acren more or ALSO: NKU Tp.
dlUf.\\3;. linlh I lo"u.lv. IL ritnu n t Inn; I liy certlt'lcateH" N".s.l.. :: and .2N .I..d Ir I yeai-H" 1 14214 I lie t to I 1'I I 111:17: I Ilx"buih Im-liiHlxe for the, amount InK it. 9234.99: Ileu.lv. TP. 0 H. II. 21 K.:. conlulnlllK" 40Aden of Hec. 21 Tp., 6 H. U. 21. E., containing 1 H. It 21 l K., conlalnliiK 40 .'..cres.OlliiI'li ,
l I lens.The
of & of and 1935 renpect I" And representthe I Al.Sd: XJ', of NW'i & SWI' ntXL mot or 340 Aci-en more 0w, hewn.i'Io or lesn.
NWii BK'.i JfKM .Iy. amoiimliiic $332.41.I.I
(l. p I : $ "Kxcept: Ml. of KWU 'hl"le,1hv taxes are to are
unpaid taxeH for 1929 '
'I. & N-la' of NWJ4 of MWli yearn 1 \.M": K'-i of NK", & 1\', of ..... ",' NOH. 9H and, 138 1 of NOH. and 403 of 175 of Ilti5:
.. to 137!' lic.th I I ,, I & .NK'i: of Hl4: of 54 Tp ll H.I 111"11. by 1..lrh.II.. 166 by certiricaten No. respectively
10. I XI K 1 of of
19 Ildl.'e. K'-j NW'i 1 4 Tp.
ST|) i"1 I. .nlllllllC "n"Hnlo"t. .C. I 11(29( (: I reprenent I I I and i nnd I t he unpaid
irot. "' H.TliiInr HP"'I 1700.53. t IT S. 20 I-!. ,'.ololllnlC 200 ACI-I-H, I II.I 21 I K tI.olull.11 i I I 2oo Acres. more ull t 1a4 "M.tv.ly., old t theyearn : 113:1: r".ctv.ly.. represent reprOHeni
.. I.
less.'rue 1111,1 rlr I Ih. I for thoyeurn tuxen for die yearn 19.14: to 1937.
,' Inl'
In. lie colt are ALSO: "W', of H'H" of I more .r leHH.ThH In' lav.cn to he sold' are evidencedl.v 1 1H28 to I I1CI7.! 1 both I Inclusive I 19211: 'lo I"19:17: both' ..I.I.h., : both hid- usi ye, iilIliiliilI lug I to $23 104.
k NOH. 1 and 5 of I taxen to be sold evldenciilby
f et.rtIflILtI HUH Sec. I) N. It. SO K., c.ntalnlliMT .... are cel-tlflciileH NOB. 130 and 1 127 of 111"u"llK $117.09. tiiiionndiiK,. to $47.93. AI.HO: $li' of NWi, See. 18 Tp.T .
ri 1S':4:, ..I..elv..ly the and yearn replenenttuniilil I 192R HO Acri'H.to be Bold( "r. or,>,IHBH.The I 1 : .tf..I.. I NOH.] !33: HH,respectively 82 11,1 B."iof | 1930 and, .lH! ,....I".II'.ly.i and, I represent .: NWIS. of NK'I' & HWt of AI.N: I K',4 of N %V',. Hec. 24 Tp.| I H. K. 21 IS., containing 40 Acles
| tAXeH lire" 'hl.I"1 I al.1 taxes for, I tile 2'4' Acres 1'nr W. II. 21 .E., containing 40 Aden, mora or lone.
?. Itt h liicluulve .,,rtifli-al I .. :iu I i I "represent, thu unpaid tuxes fur t" III"h' 1N".t II IW I
1q,1! amounlnr hy < .r .1.1 IPHH.The be Hold evidenced
: ant yearn I I li!lI7.:< h"t"I 'Inclusive, I 6 H. U. i ;" ., contiiliilnK I.. or The taxuB to are
I Ii':" 64 192l! and I 193.: > | the yearn U29 lo 19.17. both Inclusive 1'21 21 .
r..th..I lepreBeut I '
) It I $2115.05.! 71 A. ,.e'. ( I. .... texan to be .110 are evidenced by rertlflcnten No. I tOil and I 171f
At.IP NWIJ IHof! S\V i Sec.ITU the unpaid ,ta" rl" the I .11.lnlllg I( 1< S5UO.U7. ". '11III: "I.:', i.f SW'i & RWIJ. ofI The laxeH to be .Inl'." ,' evli-enced by certificates of 1935 re- 19.11 nnd 1936 respectively and nil)-

1) 0 S. It. 19 ).. containing 200 yearn 1A2S I. I IH37.: liolh l I Inclunlve. I \.\,0: H.w..r.,.. "'NK'4." : & NK'i' I of I SKI: ,' SKI, .I SK'i Ir HIM. r TI 1"I by (-'''II''I''H NOB. I 13:t9!) ami 141 of npiM-l 'Ivelv I nnd, represent the unpaidtuxen I renent the unpnld taxes for the
I 16 7 S. 20 K.
"". mom or I.s. aiilountlnic I to $148.70.1 I : .r '120 1" I. .less.I ,. I lllS 21 I C.: ,"IIIh'l' I 120 AcreH, I 10.10: .IHI 1 ,respect, Ivcly.' and rep.resent for the yearn I 1914 to 1937: years 1930 to 19:17.': bolh l Inclusive,
I Thf tu* ,'. to lie .01 n.p evidenced ALSONW'i; of NWI4 of Sec. 29 ."olllnllK Acres. ",, or mine or ''e... the lintMild .Inxen for the In,111 ''11.1. .""nuulu\ to $21189ALHO amounting- $65.S7. C
.rlll.mI"H. N.. I 7 of 1U.10 T.... 6 S. II 20 l I-:., containlnK' 40 I II to. be ..h. lira evidenced The Iii se' I .lie sold' .lire evidenced 9 alLis I 1H29 to I 1937: bolh : ; HWU! ofNWI ALSO: NKVi of NWi; M Wv of
it.k ? .I."clv"ly. and reprenentMinpiilil a<.,ren, more or IOHH.The I by c.rllr.II.. ., SI.. Ill and and B4 of1l lt". certificates S".. I 117 and 127 of amount Inn": '.,) $15461. Ine".lv. I Sec 21 I II'. 6 I S. I It. 21 I E.. iontiilithiK NWM 4 WH of )tV'! Sec 111 TI,.

,, IIX" the )'.ar. 1(129( taxeH to be Ii nnUI ttl'e" evldencfdhy I I 10:11): Lit respectIvt-ly. fur represent thoyears 19'tl nnd 19:11: ., I espect I Ivelv, and represent AI.SdHlj' of 14WI' of HWI4 tv I I Acren. more or lenn.. I 7 H. It. SI US., contain Ing 2110 Acres,
1 101,. hut It I Inclusive I ,,,oullnK I icrtIfI.nIes NOH. 4U and 33 ot' t unpaid IIX.M, i h.. unpaid 1 laxeH for the I K'i of HW'I Kxcepl: 10( Acres In N 'h.taxen lie sold' are evidencedbv more or IUHH.
141!* : I 1929 and 1935: renpectMety.' and repreBent I I mil!' lo 1 11.. h. h. hwIIHI. i yenm 1":1 to I .17. both I Inclusive, I '0""'. H..... 13 Tp. 8 S. It. 21 K., contHlnliiK .-.'rllfli-l.len N... I ,U,1 I 132 of The taxon tn be Hold are evidenced
[ \I.SiX'b( of SWii Sec. 1 TII. TII I thw unpaid taxen' for, tue I anioiintliiK I to' f r 2ALSO I aiiKiuntliiK t I. $112.114 90 Acres" more or I.... 1130! and I 19.15 r..I..lvp.y.I II nil 1 represent by rel-llflcaten No. 228 and 176 of
; SK' I
ID K.: contulnliinT, KO Acres, yearn 1928 tu 1937 both 1""luRI.. I I 15 : ciiiKuininw, | ..I .51 : $l', of XK'i' & l'Ji: <. of'HW 'I'h. IHXCH I. be sold are evidencedl.v the 101".10 for theyearn 1930 and 1935) renpcc-l Ively, :mid rep
pfir lens.lti amounting- $!':!l.t0.: ,' 'i'I'V''ff:1| ;: SKi; .Kxcept SKIof SK'i I i.rl ifititlos NOH. I 143 and I 144 of I 1929 Iin"I I : I both luclunlve, l-enent the unpaid taxeH for IWe

to ,. nold are evidenced ALSO: Na. of Lot I & S'.j' of 20( The A ,,'. "IM..t. (0) .I t". I Q) H. It. 21 K., contain 1930 and 1934 renpecl; 'Ively, and represent I IlliloiiiidiiK:' $1342.1. years 192U to 19.17. both Inclusive,
tI lo
I .rlII'II.H, NOH. I and K of 11)30ml 2 &.3 K of llUer ,.. 30 Tp. I h. .uhl1"1,0 I 210 Acres. more' or" ICHM. the unpaid taxes for tho ALSOXW' '14 A Lot 2 H... 27 Tp. amounting- 1290.82.

"I'lv.ly. and reprenent J.II I It. 20 f:., ... I I I p H.I 120 Ail'<.., I I spectively by certlflciileH I and represent N. I he nnpiild,' The taxes to It,. Hold ii re evidencedby Pius, I 1929! .Ii. Ill' IT, buih, 11".h. I II 1 14. 11.2 E.: coutalnlliK 211. I .\"M. ALHO I : SKI, of NWU Hep. 19 Tp.
K uniiald IIX. the yearn 1929 lucre. or leHB.Tile .1.11 I certificates I Silo I 131 I and 1 120 of aniounlliiK I I' I $ I lri7 14 i lilt.l'it ... 7 H It. 81 K, contaInIng 40 Acren
0 11,. tiiilli t Inclusive. .n"ultlnl I I taxes for the yeara 1933: ti. 1937 HCtd:: and I 1934:1 ".a""c'II'Y.I I'''- Al.Sd: SK'i' of NW'i Kxcept. 10 The (IIIXPH. In* sold' 'ii..''' evidencedby mote,) or lean.Tlii .
.illT'n.IJO j I taxeB to be Hfild Itre ,'vld.lc..1 I.both' 11'II.h'", """lolllK' to 123.94. i I.CMC lit the unpaid t taxes I 10r., I lie .%,.I.l.M, In SK I: for A HW' of SK'i: Ar i-ci'tlfli-iileB N.'. 175 and, loo of taxeH to be sold are evidencedby I t
: SWi/ of RW 4 & t KH: ofi by certirirateH' N(... 41 I .r ALSO: NWi ii': *t NI-I' ofSWlj i )" 1 1ri2!( to 1 14 17.I both I II.uHlve. N\V'1 i of HWI, of NKl: AV Hi:, ofSKI lnto: and, I 11'! ::14 '..renpecdvelv, and repreHent i-erdflciites Nun till nnd 176 ot
tit i k XWM,of SIS1 l \, ,..,.. 2 Tp. 7 1X20 and 1 1934 1 ...".,.1..1)t Hnl I eprenent N of Uiver $' I 17 Tp. 7 H. U. amiuintlliK'lr" 10 $417 I It". 1 ; of Hl-i4, ; :of So,.. :14 Tp. ,II 9 II. the uiiim, Id taxen for theyentH I 1931: I and I 19:15: respeciM ely, mid rep.

II I 19 I-:. eunlllllli I t HID AcreH, the unpaffl I '. r., lhyeal'B 20 K., containing120 AcreB, iiiiuu I I Al.Sd: SK'i:' of NK'i of Si.... 7 Tp. 21 K., l'.uIHIIIII 110 Acres loose 19211! In 11137': both Inclunlve reHent I lie unpaid laxen for the

jorior 'less. 11.2N! to II37.! .th In..lve. I .1'1." ''US I K. 21. I K.. contillnlllK 40 AcreH, or, lens.Tlie il nion"lnl I I I.. $:I76 r.'I.A years 1930 I lo 111:17: bolh Inc-luslve, ,
[ Till- Ilixi-s' to 1>. Hold are evidenredrrrdficiKen .110nnllK to UM94. The taxen li. Hold.' are at .II'lc.,1hy I I nmre, or less.The laxen b.. sold. lire evidenced' ., : i''i! : {, of NK'i' of XE't ANW'i amounting- $51 80.
I n.. Il and I 10 i.f 111211! I : :1., 1.1" 2 A3 S ofItlii' carl ItitIttis : 7 and I ..I taxes I be Hold are evidencedby bv- cert Iflrates Nt... 147 and 149 of of NW ... 28 Tp.. II H H. AIM: HKl., of NK'i: A NE'i of

nd |1.::4 "reKpectlvely I and reiirenent I In 30 S. It. 20 K., 1929 and Ia 1..clv.I.| and fur, 1 ripleHent lheyearn ..,..Urc"l.. :. 109 of 1l'! : re 1: !0:0: and\ I 1934.: respect :Ively and represent 21 K., ...11.1"11' 1." Acren. ...,-. or, HW/i PIe,'. 20 'rI). 7 H. II. 21 K con
*funi'.il'l' taxnn for "Im, 'or. 1II2XW containing, 70 Acrea more or ICBB.The I iiiIat.I I I" 11.1 repiesent the unpaid ISle 1 unpnlil lax,' for the 1 I lalnliiK MO Acres, more or leHH.
!. Imlh I Inclusive' I ,)"."nll8 I taxeH to be Hold are evhl.n.1 192 to r.i! 7. both I Inclusive, I taxes the yearn' I 1934 to yen.cs' I 1929! I I'l.l7. bolh InclUHive, 11.Hn.Th I taxes I.. .be Bold ore evidenced Tin* I taxeH to lie Hold are) evidenced

.i ISS6 51.At !'. I bv eel uneaten lion. 34 or r.- amountiiiK' to $ !'2.29. '. 1 1137.!> both 11"'p.', amountlnn; to nnioundiiHT, to $390 13. by remit,.men Nt.'. I 176 and I 136: ..t I bv ,.i I dl'lcnten i N o,'. 230 1 und 178 of

I.$(I: swv of Nii",; of s<>, ; rl.lh..I I ,', and reprenent the unpaid ALSO: A AcreH In $ of 1..1 2. I $24 111.I AI-HO: KKH of NIVI'' of I I9in. and II'.1", r..I..llv..y.t I and represent 1930: and i 11135: I uHpncllv rly, Hlld reprenellt -
of $ IS
taxeH the ) 1D34 to 1937, K of fly Ai N of Klver Iti. 'rl) of MI; Nv\I tte I the I for I hOyecin for I die
.ar ALSO: Xla of N'WI., % AKL. i IIIXCH the unpaid taxes
i it i II !: containing 40 H, 5 .'ttres.lltttJ I : :: \ : : i
It jrtir II-KH.. "A3c' both Inehllv6. amounting to $5' G6. 7 H. U. 20 K.. conlalnliiK 1:1':' & sKi1' of NWIfr KSi of I ; ':. of KW'i' SK'i .c. II Tp. 6 1929, 1n\\:1\ : both Inclusive I yearn I III2U I lo I IH37:s bolh I Inclnnlve, ,
: N'-j of 6 of Seu. 31 ) or" lesn.The 21 H. It. 21 i K.: ) 111.47. -
The liiveH Hold \ Jut ', of Sec. 7 Tp.. S. II. I K.. colltnliilliH Aries, liniiilliillliK I anioundiiK to $ I
r-rtlflcates, I. "No. 10 areV of .1934 .re-. Tp. 6 S. K. 20 i' .. ..nlllnlnK 40 taxt'H to bu Hold. nre e\ Idencedby cotitiilnliiR-I I Acres,i more or less.Th more, or .h/sH. ALSO: : XW'i' of NWV, Hulil tux renl tirli-ates I togellier with I I

ipi-cilvi'ly I the unpaidI.i A. ren, more or lenit. certlfliiiteH No.. 223 of Ila.1: respectively taxes to I... sold are evidenced' Tim laxt-H lo h.* sold. lire evidenced. Sec 29 Tp. H S. It 21 10.: """1.1"1"1; all HllhHeileut| | iimlltrd or i Levied
for i 110 represent' 1933 to ml?. 'I'h. taxeB to be Bold urn evidencedby and .I'r.1' unpaid ,. certificates. X".. I 132 and I I0l)! of by cerl if icntes I Nits, I 149 and, I 151 I ofllli goo Acres, more, or, lesn. luxen, will be Hold lo the bin best,

l tlh hit lnotve. amounting) .ar. to $30.21' I .rlrl..t... NOH. 42 and 35 ofl29 I taxes for I h. yearn |1"32 .I.I !': ) and Ii3.i! reHpect I Ively, and I tel")- :: ) and\ 1934 respect I : and rep* 'I'h. taxen to be Bold are evidenced' bldiler ill I lhe I'oiirlhoune ib.or InHtarke

ALSOKiHc'l! NWW of .VWi4 of ant 1:. r..I.clv.'y.' and -( ..9:1.: .".I, Ilch'Hh.' 11""Iln" toi j I lexenl: I the unpaid' InxeH for thoyenrn li-henl I tlui unpaid. :$: for lheyears .l.v cel-dfli-Htes N... 18(1 and I 162 of i.n t the 271)1 I ) ., day of I lieicni-

K 1 Ti.. T H. 11. I 19 J... contulnlnKAIII.I 1 1 Ih. unlll11: IIX"H' InclUHlxe for the I Al.Sd. : NK'I of NIO'/i I of Sec. 20) < I 1929 to 11':7.: bolh inclusive' I 1l(2l( I lo I Iil7! : bolh hl'II."f." I 1930 and I ''H renpei'dvelv I I and rcureacnt liar A. l 1'. I 1937 at I 11 I :no o'clockA
yeal'B" IH2H' I. 1 L.'h amountIIIR- $!(7MiN( ( he unpaid Xe' for I die M.'lulled
The' ,, Iur.. ( IIH or Hold lean.are evt,1.npIYCtItItt.tItan I. 11"1101 to $ 25. TI". 7 H. U. 21 K.:., cOI.alnlnl 40I I A1>IO: Rla' t'7.11 NK'i of UK': ', "n""IUII, : 1':1": (, of NWVi of Sec. 1 yearn 1929: lo :!/2tholh. Inclusive, Illln I Ihn 13th.]] d.iy of ><.'-

> II NOH. 3 and 21 of 1926."i I: \iy of Li.lB: 4 5 : Si., I Acres" more or I... l lO'ij of Wi i., of Hec. S T.... A H. H T|). 0 H. It. 21 K ".nl..III'1 Ii 1110,1(11 lug to $37t ceml.er A I U. 19.17. -- IOKHMCIAL

113.1, respectively and repr1 31 (I S. K 29 K., ..t 1' [, *>0AcreB 1 The.... IHXPB I..be NOH.Hold. 72 are and evidenced!114. ofI'.llill &I K., contHlnliiK 440 Acres, .m' Acres, ""'" or leHH.The I AIHO, : NW' of HWtJ Her. 29! "1'. ( SEAL)
by '
more or .lr./I. i! or ICH-> ( axeH to be Hold are" evidencdby 6 H. 21 E., 40 Acles, A. .1. THOMASrllIK
"1 'In( II"ohl taxes Inclunlve for the yearnMS The taxeB t. I,. Hold ti (" ill.1..0 I 1 :: respect Italy, old, rep-, The nixes In be sold ore evll.nc..1.V ccrllflcatcH Nun. I Illil: : und UN I oflt'3l 'morit I' lesB.Tho c.nlllllll of I'll-Cllll I'lllllt I OfItrnilfoid
hot It
amollt."I'n by ,'erlrelt. No. 35 of 11135:' I I tenant the 'unpaid taxeH for I the it cri-tiflcnles Non 121. : anil I 1935: respectively. I and reprenenl l tnxen I lo be Hold, evidenced t'oiinty, Kim-Ida.
Ibl I. al
tl.SO M' of NWU & Kii ofV .,)",'lv.ly.I : miraafiit the unpaid years 1'jjH to I'.ii7: both I"eu.h.. ', I 5115 of I 1931! I 19:12: nnd I I9.1H respectively < the iiKpald t.sits for the by certlflciileB NOH. I and $162 of I 2-I 0-31-12-24.
V : .. the yearn, 1I34! to 1937, i aniounlliiK I to $ I lull. MAI.HO I I I and repreNent th* unpaid I tears" 1930: t. i 19.17!. both I II"n.lv.I I 19.11: I i and 11(34(: reniiecdvely, and represent
K. ;
of 3 T H. II. I IK :
Tp. ofi.SWi4 \: :
| of and NKU
less. I both 11"I.iv., Ii toollult lug to $54.71. : S'i!, NWU (Iii .. fur I lh years 1930: In li'37 iitnountlnK I. $ I 10..2 ( he unpaid ha con for the I TAKING NO (IIAN'I4A
'.1110' 1HO Acres, more or : Sec. 35 Tp. 6 S. II. 20 I 6t HKV' N of lllver, l-'xcppt: I,I hi.Ih' ,liiiluslve., iimoundnK- $2(12.38.( AI.KO: W't' '. A NK',4' A8W.4 yearn, I 19.111 to I : bolh I".I..lv.,

I..H. 10 he nolil are and evidenced 14 of I K., containing640 Allen. more or I.NW'i of SIOi: of H. 21 Tp. 7 ,S.i AI Sll: W of Ma... H Tp. II H. It.I .A N\Vi( of HKi,. Sec. It, Tp. amounting: :; I to $015.:Ill I

"'' rllh'II.11134 NOB. 10 and I leaN. i It. 20 condiinliiHT: 100 Acres, IntIeI I 121 I K., (' I i I I I 110 Acres mor or 8 H H. 21 I K., C'.nlnKllIlK' 440 Aden. ALSOW'i' AV of SK'-, $.t. clergyman, who was simnioned -

'" 1111 r..pectvely. rep The taxeH to lie B"I"'e ("\ Idencedby I..H.. 1 lex*. ''lnlllll (nore or IUHH.The 90 Tp., 6.H. II. 21 E.: contalnliiK 400Acren ) In haste by a woman taken suddenly
.nl Ih" ii for the I .and' :39 of I The IIIXPH tu be Hold are evidencedby be ,
certificate I The tuxes to be sold' nre" evidencedby taxen to Hold are" evidencedby more, or leHH.
imiMintinir Aljlfi' to $86.91. of the unpaid taxes for theyeara I 1K21I!' and 193! respectively' and represent 19:10: anil, Ifi.ltf resi.ectlvelv., nnd represent : : and, r.it5! : respectlvelv, and repenenl ly cerliriciiten N.,. 1 Ill I and 140 .I somewhat puzzled, for he knew
HI: & NKti
ICI'" : IJ % l 10210! 10 1H37! : I.lh. inclusive, I I ,. ii,lIIi.i d taxes t.r I tho the nnpnl'l taxes for I hayearn ( ( I he unpaid tuxes for the I 11':1111,1: 1135.! ; r. ,..II..ly.I ii iou "
*. SWIJ, SRVi of Hec. 10 Tp. I lUliH t l : bolh I Inclusive I that she not of his and
R It. "I Acre.Irn amoiintlliK' to $1,02 I years 11:1. 1 1929 1'1:17.: bolh yeucH 1929 to I IU37 liolh Ilclu.lv. '.' I lit unpaid ".. for I lieyciom' was parish
'"! IK K., contllnln&160 ALSO' : Nla of NK'4' & NW'i I umolinthiK $32:1.21: : In. $264 22. amountlntf to $72O.f4.( I 192'' ) ,. I 19:17: bolh 1"'h.lv. was moreover known to be a devoted
nr II-BH. 6 S. It. 20 K! A''."": ',, of Sec. 23 Im.lllnl .t 1.11" NI'l. .; of '
I SW of Sei3 Tp. "wI..r : St:', of SKI:'i ..r see 9 : Kxcepl XW-i NEU 111.u"I,1 $641 I 64
The ,IIIXMB to be Hold are evidenced'L"rl'ateH uoiitalnlnK I I I 400 Acren" more or I.... I Tp. 7 H. K. 20 K.: ,'ooIIIIIII 40 Tp. 1.0 H. II. 31 I t:., contalnlUK 40Acres & Kxcept: N""-;', of .'Wh A. W', of \.10: NJ'N '," of SW4'! Hep..j worker In another church.

NOB. 12 and 15 of The taxen to lie Hold are evidencedby t Acres tibia or lens.I mure or less.The IWI, A, Mof: HKI4' of Hec. 17 30 6 H. conlalnliiic, 240Acres I While he was waitIng be shown
'I iiii.l' i 1934: r".pPctv.ly. and rep- certlflcateH NOB. 51 1 and 40 of I The taxes to be Hold, are" ",'ld.II'e,1hv taxes I lo I lie sold aru" evidencedby '1". II H. It 21 I I K., chill''HIIII" :3110 morn or 'lesn.

"n the for the 1U30' and I VX3 ,....p..lh."ly. and reprenent I certlftcnteM N.... 74 nnil ..ertllliiIett( Nos. 134 and 132: of Acres, ,mor or less.The ''h. taxen to be Hold' are evidenced to the nick room he fell to talking

lOIn to ( D37 hoth iIlcltIsI'u. the unpaid tiixuti for the I 1929 and 1934 r".I..clv.ly. nnd ri-p- I liuo: and' 1934 respectively, a nit represent I II S.... to be Hold. ar evidencedby l.v certificates NOH. 148 and 140 of to the little of the house.
mouth lug to 81.4. yearn I 1211 to 1937: both In..lve. I resent I" tlIiPH, fur t the ( he 'R anN r.,' the ceitiflcnleH I S... 15.1 and I 120 of 1931: and II:1 r..I..lv.ly. and represent girl
*1--" 'l'i& of A.. 11 I aniountlnK I.. $641.00.( I yearn I ) *. 1 1K.17: both years' l !929> 101,1 I both Im liiKlve, I I'.MO and I IH.15 respectively I and rep.lenent unpaid .. for the "It in very gratifying to know

i H. It. 19 K., containing 40 ,\I"t1: Kxcept K'-i' of :I I' &HlnountiiiK, t. '"1.2. iitiionn( IIIHT .i3 *3. the unpaid. taxes for the YPlr 1930 to 1937, both Inclu.lve. that mother thought of me
iron, more or lenn. KI>* ', NW'4' ,,f 'NE'/4 See. AIS.< >: UK:! :\. llcl.IV..j ALSO: NWI4 KK'i of Sc 9 years 1929 to 'lu.17: both Inclusive, aniountlnK to 1302 II'. your
ThHtuxcH to he Hold nrfl evldenceilwrdrirateH TpT 7 11. It. 20 K., fcilltalnlnir 440 Tp. H. II. 20 K., Tp.. 6 S. It. -I I .1.. containing40 amount HIK (. $801 18. ALSO: All See. 31 Tp. 6 H. II. a la her Illness," Halt he. "la your

I N... 9 and 30( of 1932: AI",'.. more or |1."... I Acres, more or lesn.The At-res" more or less. ALSO: KLj of HW'l' & NWli of h!.. contalnliiK 640 '\l"'H. more I minister out of town ?"
I id itt!.:: CfHpectlvelyt and tepreBenl The tax*)* to be .011 lire ",'ld.nc..1 I I taxes to be sold are evidenced The taxen to be are evidenced MiAr, NK':', of NWU of Seu. 17 I"...

ho "Ijlml'l" taxen for the yem-n 1:1 by certlflcateH : f .10 I \.llf".I" No. till of 1 :34 re. hy cerllf"Icales S..11. 122 104 and Tp. 6 S. 81. 2 E. containing 180 The taxeB to be Hold tort" evidencedby "Oh, no," answered the child In a

I ,: 1 > h.lh I net U ci vt,1 a In..u U 11129 and, I r.t.14. r."cl"111 reprehent ,') represent the unpaid 132 of 19S2 and 1134 respectively Acres inora .r I... certificates NOH. 182 and 141 of matter-of-fact tone. "He's home.
I4> ?r. the 111'R,1' Iu., the taxes for the years lOtS to IU31 represent the unpaid' Tim Ilx. to be soIl' are evidencedby IIUO! and U:11,(: r..l.lv.ly.' and reprenenl -

T AIJo: S-I.. Of X\VV4 of See. 12 yearn 1142* liolh 10"0.lve. I I .37. both I Inclusive. amounting- axes( for.od the years, 1930 1U37, i-ei-llflcateH. Non. 13 and 120 of ( 1".1 for the I Only we though It might be Home-

, K. It. 19 K., containing 801 I ami.untliiK to J9S1.59. I $52.57. buih' Inclusive ,"nlll to $0490.AljKO 1H31 and 19:15: ..,...lv.ly. and r..,.- yearn: 1929) :;I both I Inclusive, thing contagious and we didn't
air. nior IOBB. : '. of NP': > & .,1 I AI.HO: XWi; of NK'.i' & SFf' : SW, of 4 of See 9 resent the unpaid for the ninoun'lnir to $1.085.14AI.SO
t Th. Inn. to be Bold are evidenced ,:\LNt'. "..1. I Tp. 7 S. U. { :., :W' N'T of NKl', of 1\ TI,. (i 14. li. 21 K.,IIV' 40 yearn ] uto: to Iii7! : both '"c'uHlv.' : NKl:', A HWL.' A W'/i ofSK'4 want to take any rlska!" Wall

"' 'Y'Tl'MiteB' NOH. 15 and 18 of 1930|I 11 I I 1BO Ad-en, 'more or lesB. I 24 Tp. H. U. 20 K., cOllaluh,1, ,\ores, more or less. c.ntRlllnK amounting, un.f.: Hoe 33 Tp.. I H. It. 21 I IN., containing St. Journal.
tDil i 1434 ...ppclv.ly. and represent I 'n"II'olol laxe to be H"II are evidencedbv I 100 Acres, more or less.The The taxes lo be sobl are evidenced' ALSO: K' VI' & Wi': of 40U) Acres "r. or I..'.

.. 'I'iSV'd' e. the yearn 1929 I certiflcateB 52 and 58 of I taxeS t. be .,10 are, evidenced' by rertlflcnles" NOH. 122, I 104 and I 132of I:' Sec. I 18 'i.ro| : S. :. 21 E.. conining The ,loSes (. I.. Hold are evidenced .. -

"? '. '." Ii InclUBlve aniountlnrAljiii I 1930 and 19.14 respectively and repreaent I by cert Iciiten :. lot and 77 of. 1931. 1932: ,and' IM4 r"R"'I.ly. 160 more, or lenn.The by certlflcuteH, Ni". I 18.1 and i 142 i-f IUJ41K HOUSING 1'KO.IKCT:
III l\\"", .' I the unpaid tuxea for the I 19300nd 11I3S: r".I'cl..ly. and repreHent and '. I hit II" taxes I. be Hold il cv'I.n.p, ,. 1930: and H'35': :renpectIvely and reprtnent -

,' : :ft of NK'4 of S". 13 yeai-H IU29 I 1937. both Inclusive, I I th(I U I II..M I for the II represent' 19.10.: to 1'.17 both Inclu !''I.y. certificates Nun. 135 and : trI lb.tliil.tId,' tuxen for the
.rD. S 192U to 111.17: bolh Inclusive. 1'P.y : !! and I 1935 I and 1929 JACKSONVILLE
K.. c-ontalnliiK 401 iiliiountliiK I to '.I n. I yearn amountiiiK l to $65 111.11 I ..I..lv.ly. rep- years II .ltNhhlll l"clu.I. Mayor
''1"0. or, *Itll. ; ALSO: N'1 of :NKU .f Sec. II I amoiinllnir to $lf.4. ( >- SW'i of 5K', of Hec. 9 T r"'lt Sloe 1".ld for the it .,tinlinK : TP.I George Blume asked city council
Th I 40Airen AL$' \ HW'i ofSec. 1.1 [ I I9io: and 1 tit: 7. both I Inclusive I ALSO: I':' of NW4! 32
'II'" 'I" sttlI are evidenced' Tp. 7 S. H. 21 K., c'liiilalnliiK I : H.rIt F Tp. S. U. 21 .B. conlolnln& 40 yearn 1.
t''lf..I.' ( .. Non. il and 1 9 .if 19TI more or IKHB.The I 24"TI'1 I .t colllaln-I ,\rres, it) ur less.The I I amounting ii. $203.83.I : I A H. 1. 21 I I-:., ,'ull.IIII/, Acres. to appropriate $5,00 for a survey
:hil I and reprenent i taxeB to he Hold 1'e, evidencedby i I inir 20 ,Acres" more or taxes. I in I h. sold are a S evidenced 'I ALMO: N'. Wi! of )SWl, A K'inf more, lr .less. of project site toward obtaining a
ta ""I'' '''P.pPclv.ly. ih yearn I II.II! ; cel-tirii-lite No. 5* 193 re- I The laxe to Im sold. ,'Il.n.d bv certificates Nos. 123 and 132 ofII'HI t<.i '. See. 1 Tp.. 6 H. It. 21 E. The taxes to be sold are evidenced

i::1 ; hiI h IncliiKlve' .. IAI. I Hiectlly| und ,reprcnent unpaid 1 by certificate No. 77 of : and I".I i-Miet lively i and rojI-i I'fintalninK I I 40 Acies. more or .less. by rertlrlciltes Nos. I I4j of 11.11 r.ant. .- million dollar low-cost liou.sinff
J1'h. I n"ultnA and represent Ihs unpaid : The to be Hold evidence! I and' die Id
taxen for th. yeurn I 1933 to i I Ispecllvely I i reseiil the .II', taxes for tn* taxes are "I"'y. represent tea project. The city was notified a
''f'1 I N'J of SPIN of Itiver.i|: 1937 both InclunUe, limulllltlliK; to taxes for the yearn loll it., years193H lu I .: both '...I..lv. liy "'O'rlrh..I., S".. 154 and I 123of : lO''H I lh. y..r 1931 to 1937
,1.1 T".7.S. It. 19 K. : .en it 11'ALSO I 11:17.: hut h Inclusive. aniountlnK to I ", $ :i "2. 11':11': I !(: ; respectively I I y, andrepresent 1"1 Im 'bide. ninoundiiK to $.12 29 few day ago that the federal housing -
: cont.nln& NKI & SRI of s 2 TP. o"n,111. NW'. ,\1 of of ". 9 the unpaid, taxes for the ALSO: All I the Krau'l of 14i': '/ of administration has
: :
.. I more to I lie or noM lenn. evidencednten I.7 S. K. 20 E., ciiiitiilnlnic 32U..AcruB I 1AUSONW'i' of SWU & Hf:'. '.f Tp.\0 H. 21 I K ,g\1 40AcreH yearn 1929 '1937 hoth 'Inclusive, NlA: I dial ,.orlul of SWi,, of tentatively

"', NOH. I 17 are and 20 of bole, or I I..s.I I SKV I: of Sec. 2H 'l 1'1". 7 S. II. 20 K.: I '".t ur I less.The 'olnlK amounting to n 14.112 NI'lylll 1 Cornelia Ml., earmarked $1,000,000 for a slum
'IS10 contalnliiHT *0 Acres niora or I"... m. evidenced ALSO I : HI:', of NWli A W'i plat of Oily,
!i..4 'rhe texas be Hold evidenced tuxes I be Hold are : I. l.rp..1 clearance .
rIer; respectively, UI.I for repit the I bv cert If(eaten, No1. IL' and 59 of The ,lnxe to he Bold urn evidenced : certlfb-ati-a, Nod 1U34: XKl, KI.J: of 14Vi1 of See 19 ;: I that portion of NW. HKVi' housing project.WHATWHERE
unpaid taxen nod 104 of I I _13.1 ; ,
and i by certificates NOH. 78 __ __ -- ---
'I und 1UJ4 roHpcctlvvly, rep.rtnent I' n
I..r '- >K to. 100.95.1D37. both h.lu.I.. t 11)29 he unpaid,: tttxea for: : the I I i 929! and I 9 3I niHijeclIvely I I and, reu- ] A

JII.c" Inclusive, I I, ,resent thn unpiiM, taxes for the
Wij of NK't: of Sec yearn 1 11'2' to
Ti'.t 1 1'37. I
both Inclunlve
1 1920! IS..I7.1
I yearn I.
1 }: ciintlilnlliK I.
1.1 .lnUIIII 'il
1 Tp. T H.U. iL"1111 to I 90.64
: 1".3 $ II i
1\ AINK'
of NW'i
T'' IlliJIeor NK't\ Nit
I /
t K '
'hy t h,- Hold lire evidencedHo I i2 I "lnlll .1I I I:'.,"of 'tuI.i: of 1... 27 Tp. 7 44. I.I I

''i I NIK B of I 11134 r.- The,texan to be Hold are evidenced i I 120' l K cimtalnliiK. 2tiO Acres I".tTh. I
'il reprenent tha unpaid of'' I leHH. '
.'Cl'. 03 and 611 or
*.'I 9 the yearn 102:1: tn 131. hy c..rIU'III.. and rep-i' taxes to be Hold. are evidenced WHY
fc'xe.' .molntnA to ( 1930: I 194 re.I.I.ly.' for the ,, hv cei-tlflcalen I NOH. 71) ami t I lOT of
\ ,
A. M'$ Ml.'o! resent < and -
t .I both InclUHlvu.aniountlnK 11129! and 'IH34' respectively, represent
& :.KI i: yearn 1921 to \
; 'I of HKH: of tIe. 14 i HID unpaid taxeH for the

0, I 'IH.K., contalnlm 18") ,Acren., t : NKl. $322.511.of SVV'iV of Hy., ,, years I9:*I to I 11:17: both Inclusive,

\ TIy to be Bold are, evidencedHtcs : ...\.11. 1". H. 11. 20. I-.:., cunt.lnlll 20.Acten I II 1 "n""II11, "KIJI to IS71.87.of NW, A NW'i, of

NOR. 1(1( and 21 of mol-tt fir \.10'" Sec. Tp. S. II.I .
I' soul l are .1 3 I
; '"''190 reepectlvely' and rep-, I by"r\' \ (I,. to"' "X( K'J. ftl anil 71)1 I I I 2 S:0., ,.olllnlnK* 4 t Acres, morn
t he
: for
unpaid taxeH
01. lOll renpecl Ively. i less.
-9 to both Inclusive, of 19211: 1930: In.1 orT: be are
fur taxes to e'II.n.d"y
imoIttttl \n. unpaid taxeH .ol
and represent.
'I hoth IncluHive. certlflialeH OF
1928 to IIe
I Al NK'i' of NEVi of S C. 1 Tp. i the yearn 1,17. 1929 and l9Jr. respectively I represent ,
to I I ,
i.: 1 amountiiiK I _____________
... 211 containing Acre',1TIi ALSO: HW'i': "f ril & NK'i ..f the unpaid taxes for the I
,. 0.. I Kec. 9 7 a. K. 20 H., yearn 19211! I., 1 IM7.: both Inclusive, IHiINK LET L'S O.VE' VOL'R PLU'IBINO
tn NW'i of Tp. C A B I N" K T W O It K
cold' ,
b. ore evidenced .\,' more or lean. to '
containing- re' a"ouollnl 84.7. F. C. HollingsworthHog
'S.rIifI.ntea Non. 18 and 11.26 of be sold are evidenced : HVi '' of NW-i' & 71 A TIIOKOfGH HOUSE FVKNITfKB REPAIKINGUPHOISTEKINiJ
,.;. :I'\hI930\ renpecttvely. and rep-I 'I'h. Isaac to and 79 of 1910 HK1-, of Hec. 32r Tp. 5 H. r 21 E CLEANING a

.... 'InpHhl I.x.. for the I IIIIII. hy certificates 8 and reprvnent containing803' A'.r... or less

;i"" N to 10aT, both Inclu.lv". I and the 1934,, r..1.ct.ly.for the yearn The tuxes to. be ..10 ar. evidenced I J. L. Simmons And HominyFARMS
fig 84 and $9 of
n. 61. I
t. certificates
amount- by N.
$ both inclusive, HARTMAN
I" .1(: 'V ot I4EV or SP" 12 Tp.I 1929 to 19.17, U29 and lt.15 r..p.clu.y.. and represent I p EDDIE

''. .10 E.. containing 11( Acres. InK to 1177.56ALSO cf'NKli of Tp. the for the i iyears Plumber
... : N'ti .o"'lc
The I I r H, 192$ to 11137. both InclUBlvv
containing 3'!
rt. It. 20 E, Bottle PIIO.NR
I 7 Strrlllzrd
7.R to 1. cold are evIdenced' anoiiatiflg U7.60.AljO In
'>d ". No. 28 antI T ot 190lb. more or 1 185' he 501,1 l are : NKt: S'i "rI -

: 'I' CIpeetive1y. and repreent I Vhe. taxes to. ( {9 of "vldenc.o NW'!, WI of HWfi &l Th* Pause That R>frr$heii THIS SPACE u .
: o. r. ;
191'!; lIt taken for the 199 by .rllr'.t.' 13 Unpaid 8'of NE !,, of SV! SEin; of -
year Denmark
I.. II' :' I ...p.cl"Ild repreiient HVof Wee. 33 Tp. 11. H. 31 K.
;.1 h"ll Inclu.lve. amountnl 11"8 .tli. yearn amounting 1934 toll 220 Acres or lo.s. I FOR RENT Stern's Garage
'tr 1 J f:' E" ScIf E 37. Iutl 11lu.lv.: to be Bold are ovldencad

... (_ *(.,&i 'Fp. 8 NWV 10 } $55.23.Af.I4Il. NI of NRH & NWH of by certificates Non. 86 and 11 of PRZS(1I1'T1ON MESSAGE TO THE Furniture Co ZENITH RADIOSGOODRICH
.1.1 HO Acres or I" : of.MH'i 1929 and and represent YOUR
L, .: .. to he .old? are more evidenced I RW'..* EV> of of$ 1 % 1v., a"o. 10!j Tp. th U3 r..ctv.lv. for thai EXPERTSCARPENTER'S We Arer.cveivlngNetv TIRES TUBES

;; II ate. Noa. 27 and 8 ot 131 A foE -i 320 Acres, yearn 1124! ) to 1937 both Inclusive ITBUCILI.. BRING Highest Quality-Ixwen$ Prices
1"411:: and r.pr..nt 7 H. K. K r'I't" amounting, to $411.10.ALSO Stoek Every llnj. n<- Sure to

11 ,t.t"etV"IY.the year. more or !leu.The l : H' of NW',4 "t 8.". 34 8ee It Before You Wi;. EASY PAYMENTS
] 12 be .vld.nc.,1 KESL'LTS
'. '. .th Inclusive. am.untnt& I I taxes to* Nan. fi and 80 Tp. 6 H. !<." 2 K., containing; >0 VIE REXALL. 8TORB
A certificate and Aero. mor l I.sn.Th .

.II. II Ii: I VW.'.of lt. SF1 cr& Soc.7:4 ot 1 1f10 and 194 unpalo r"Rp.ct"'J. for rep-the texan' to b* sold are .vlt"llt -

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II PACK FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TBLEURAPH.!: STARKE. F1OBIDA ._. .. __._ ._ ,_ __ t\tUt.ll: 21. ,J0'1'1 JOK
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child in :\ APPLICATION: by rertlflrntR 1
and X0i
: again until we adjourned but I every man woman FOR TIC: ntctoo4itntr 1928 and 19.1:1:! "n>Hie| <01' :
the of this con- the country. << 11111 \... I4l.1t resent taxes for M"I' r
I I .1 I approved letting of educa- :NOTIOK IS 1IKUERY CJIVKV; That 19n.: both h InchtHh 'r
LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS knowwe It is merely a matter
tract before it was let. You 1\(1'11. I.lxxia Strlrklund. bolder of Tax 1T1B4. I t
ketiehBOXLawtey. have a right to reject any and tion. I find that 99 percent of l'.rtlfli-Ht No. 4, Issued the 2nd day ALSO: (,
to the Townsend of September, A. D. 1935. 'tins sled Section lf .t8")1 .
all bids but in this case we were the opposition mini In my office and ban made "pliliratlon Inlnlna2n "
Is due to Ignorance of the fur a lax deed to lie limited Ai-i.-k
to save some money to pay taxes
trying to bo I ,
Stnrke Fla., Brooker Fla. and when thereon. Said certiorate' embrace* by.r : '1"
of the plan certiricateH. i
drivers. That the reason philosophy
bus was deHrrlheii In
I the following property
Dec. 15 1937. Dear Santa Claus: pertlvely mill .
Fla. did not the contract to people will conscientiously studyIt Ih.i Cnunly of Urndford, State of taxes for r.p. ,
old and in the you get I the year ,, uAI t1
I ten
Dear Huntu Claus: am years Invariably Florida. In-will
Dec. 12, 1937. paint the school houses. Your bid with an open mind they Htiiith Half of Southwest Quarter inclusive "Ni ""fll\\l' '
to .
old.. I I want bringme SO
i I am a little girl 4 years fifth grade. you surprised at its simplicityand Southeast' Quarter of Section : :

want n Dy-Dee doll a chest of a doll, a tea-set and a dress. Bradford County Telegraph for Hellbronn was $150. We paid are are thereafter staunch Town- 2 Township 8 South, Hunire 14 ':/ S"';.I:1': It'.'23K* i: X i'I""r' '"

drawers to keep her clothes in. I am glad to see Christmas come Starke, Fla.Gentlemen $96. Your bid on Vanderbilt was 20 Hunt. .containing. 20 Acre, Acres, more or IOBIThe .'
sendites. more or UH.The
Now if you can please bring me a because I have a good time. AndI : $100. We paid $83. We saved assessment of the said property .taxes to l I... i I..,
to hear some expression Id
haven'tasketi and ba- Please allow me space to $71 to bus drivers on paint I would like under the' mild certificate Issued by certiflcati-H Ii". : ''01''
of skates. I hope I want Rome nuts candy pay 1923 and 'I .
pair Alex L. Barnes' letter of other's views on this wits In the iiama" cif Frank 193:1: "rasp,' II,I" :dl'teecllt ,
too much. Oh yes don't nanas. Well. I will close.Louise answer Mr. Jobs. Not so bad. We have your Kleiner.UnleHH. the la h" f'i'. lip' "I

little brother. He is Parrish. of Dec. 10. bids on file and can show you very vital subject and if there are said rei'tlflrnte stall be redeemed I 76aJ,;.blh' incluslc. ", "all, riot 1
forget' my those who wish to know more aorni-dlna-I In law, the $
HtiBtying hard. We like nuts and My dear Mr. Barnes I thank where warrants\ were drawn to described therein I will J be Hold At.Sf): NI lor vi.:
Remember the sic* Brooker Fla. you for answering my letter of pay the above amounts for paint about it or are skeptical about to the highest bidder at the courthouse I aEt1, of :M.,4; : sec 'V; 'F..Ii'
too. .
candy, 8 because I asked for com- I would like to hear from them door on the nut Monday Inthe 22 1!: contalnliiB, tin \, ,, ;0 .
Nov. "'
love Dear Santa Claus: ing the two buildings.You
boys and girls too. I you to I month of January 1938 which
ments for or against the action of and I will endeavor to prove I..* the 3rd day of January 1II3H. The taxes to be. Hold ,
Sitnty. Thank you. It Is near Christmas. I say if we would quit spendIng II.' t Idei,,
the board and it looked like I them that it is all that we claim Rated thin 30th day of ;November by certificate Nn gyp:' 19241'
Dotty Sue Biggrs. want a dollie that cries and walks.I money unnecessarily we would IMT. .pecllvely and ,."IH'-, '
would not rise. But it seems for it. OFFICIAL SEAL) paid taxes the
get a and ( fur "'.. ,.
have to teachers >" .
want bicycle, cooking set pay 1919
a money .
the inter- Very truly yours A. J. THOMAS 1931. both In..h'"h.. I' "
that only one
Brooker. Fla. cooking stove lots of' pretty you were bus drivers. Now if you will show W. H. Ogden. Clerk of Circuit Court nfIlradford of 1153.21. "'II?

Santa Claus: shoes nuts and fruit.I ested In the schools of Bradford me where we have done as you County Florida.. AU81C N\V'i of ;N\VI' "
Dear clothes some and to _!-.- 12-3- t-12-3t R M. K. 22 K.,: contHli 1
1 am ten years old ..an<1 in the have four friends. They are very County you came my res- say I will let you ride my mule. A CORRE'TIONEdItor more or lees.The ,1. I ,
Thanks. Ml<:('..'.. MtSTKIfM' :1oT191
fifth grade. I want a baking set nice to me. We wrote you in English cue. Money to pay teachers and bus Of HAI.K : lax to I be W|,| t ,,del'
Telegraph, '
a doll, fiddlesticks, some fruit cluss. We are going to have Now Mr. Barnes you have been drivers comes from the state and Starke Florida.Dear NOTICE l.S Ill<:rtP. Y OIVEN that npectlvely by certificate and No.rvprewei.i tar,, ,,,f ,,,I",";

I. nut., and candy. I have been a Rome cake for you. peeping but you saw the wrong cannot be spent for anything elseso under and In accordance with that taxes for the ),Math ,I'd/I .alp I
Sir: certain final decree of foreclosure .both InclllHlve
good girL Imogene Hough. hook. We have a book that we much for teachers and so .. anicivur' i. 191
very nd sale rendered by Hon. II. I* Maid lax rertlflcnteh' ,r'b." ,
Your friend keep a correct copy of all transac- much for bus drivers, and the "so In an article in your paper lust Sebring a* Judge of the CircuitCourt all HUliHi-iUent omllttrl!! Lot I v\
week I am sure the author has of Bradford County Florida IUXKM will .be mild. i 10 i ,
tions in. You will find this bookin hllh
Mary McGauley.I Brooker. Fla. much" they allow for bus drivers i In Chancery<< in (hat rerlain" cause .bidder. at 'the CourMi, i 1.,.,
I Dear Santa Claus: the superintendent's office. Youor will not pay them. his recollections as to rallies in.. pending In mild Court wherein M. Mturke on the 24th di .,
interested Starke somewhat mixed. I A. Smith; all liquidator! for Jlradford 19.17. lit II.-UIJ: ,,"'I.k \ -
I i Brooker Fla. I am a little girl ten years old.I anyone can see same I explained In my lust letter County Rank, a corporation Is Mated this the 41Lemuel' .
Dear Santa Claus: any time you want to. I The first Woman's Christian 1 plaintiff and Klhel M. BIlTIT", Kt.At. 1HII7.
and make what would were
am in the fifth grade happen '
defendant, ( No. 855:;,
are 0""
will to as I Union l..1. Till\ M 1t'l..rk
I want a bicycle a double wheel- lots of A's. I am a good little girl I try answer you I stopped before school was out. Temperance was organizedhere the undersigned Special Master by of i'ii

elf wagon and some fruit. I will and I want a cooking set to cook come to your questions. Now it may be a shame to put up February 1885. While I am I sold thn highest decree. bidder appointed for cash will In Hell frontof to 13-10-31-12-24.Ilrudford i'" ,01 I

have a piece of pie for you. like mother ,does a little piano I You say you supported me and boxes and ask for help but I want not quite as old as the author of Hut South front door of the IIradI -

Pasco Mott. I will want me to explain why a all schools served buses to have above mentioned article I have ford County Conrthoutfw II In Htarke, ---- -
I' '; snme candy nuts, and fruit. I you by I Klorlilu, (: I ;
I i remember you Christmas and teacher at Lawtey was paid $20 a party or supper before Febru- personally known of and taken sale| i>n MoelxvIlJanuarylr3rdt, .

too much and when she offered it in the activities of this P. I33s 1 the followlnir premises oltuate -
Brooker Fla. thank you for what you give me. ary 1 and give all proceeds to the part organization I In Itrudford ('oun'y.1o'lo"hlll., 'or them.nlli.urN|

t'''D' Dear Santa Claus: Mary Ailene Kelly. back she was told we would transportation department. AndI since that time also to-" It: SEND sl. .. ,,f

(!I\' I am a little girl 11 years old. straighten it later. I rememberMrs. will also ask teachers: to put up we have records pictures of parades : Xl!-I. a.of 21 NW'i E. except of See IIS! 22 n.riIn Twp.H .

:4 I am in the fifth grade. I am goIng Brooker Fla. : Sheffield thought she was boxes and ask for help for bus etc. I have consulted with I Sl-3 turner thereof lylnir In a TheAtlantic
$20 too much but she was older and I wish square, and except 15 acre, inNS
I want paid some members
to tell you a few things Dear Santa Claus: drivers.I corner thereof lying; In..
Ii for Christmas. I want a bicycle paid $80( for the first month when mis- to present the following facts: square, together with the loneiteuts -
a know
I want a doll a volley-ball plenty people are Monthly
dolt skates and candy and fruit. 'I she should have had $81. On a 1. The writer of the headline hereditament and appurtenances -
. book named "Tom Sawyer, a ball Informed and for that reason I
S win thank much. teacher salary schedule in effect could not have been very familiar K. K.: I'EIIRYMAN
1 very
you rAKK J : the
candy and nuts. My teacher's said in my last letter that the A* Special MaHter Jn '' I mop lour
the first month her salary was with this the let- Chancery.K.VIUHT
Murrlel Prescott. name Is Mrs. Norman. My hair is sooner people tell what they knowto organization as &: KNIT hiTAttorneys .U A reading hour i: ,. ,"f;
$135 a month less ten percent cut ters of identification are for Plaintiff.
] white so I think you will know me be authentic. In other words wrong -17-31-13-31 the all tlie wl..I..n'J> inl '
Fla. which would leave 12150. All In the of the article.
Brooker when you see me. If you bringme the truth nothing but the truthso heading 1'"I1Io..hll.l | the .hurl ,ihnImvw

I Dear Santa Clause' these I will thank you very teachers draw pay twelve months help you God the sooner we will 2. A Woman's Christian Tem- KOTIfK OV ,, \1.,,: OK TAX mud, the .\'"(..\\TH': .. ,..1'

: I am a little girl eleven years much. Instead of eight so they get two- have better schools. perance Union rally or parade, CKHTIPIf'ATKNNOTICE IIov..nlyII"M", '

: J old and in the fifth grade. I want Marie Edwards. thirds of salary each month. In Now Mr. Barnes I hope Ihaven.t would not allow a "dyed in the ft.: W. Hall IS has HKIIEHY filed.. with OIVEN me: written that- most quoted iiinl. mnii, ",. ,i,.1i.||

1 a vottey-ball. and some fruits. Remember this case two-thirds of $121. 0 request| that the tax certificate
rl I Itingaxilie.
:'I to look on the table for would be $81. So the mistake Is I said anything to offend ,. together with all wuhferiuent omitted -

I'a'! nice Christmas cake. Brooker Fla. that she lacked one dollar getting you. I don't mean to I am sure.I 3. The Woman's Christian l>e advertised or levied tax and old held to l>y the th.I.ate hlghet st\i 61.nentlnnlug ..

Mott. Dear Santa Claus: what was coming to her. have Just told you the facts as bidder for cash R" provided by ( tlu t ,- n1" <
I Mundy Temperance Union banners would house Rill 396 of the 1937 acts of
tell I have In
I to still doubt
am writing you If are
r Now you wanted to know why they are. you the Legislature, upon the followingdAHrrlbed to
not be if
not forgotten you. You remembered search the records. And inscribed or carry many I real estate In the Countyof
1 Mr. for you may ,
Brooker (o'la.r' Manning walt paid mileage I 1'111'"TH' \In 1'111'
of the mentionedIn State nt tb-
inscriptions Itrnilford. Florida
i I want to any
me last you to all others interested in schools
Dear Santa Claus: year. attending board meetings when he I wit: HVVi, of .,;\\"'. "Section 2.1 Tp. 8 M Arlington M..
y bring me a wagon, bicycle ball lived less than of mile or who should be, t will say get i article in question. I could \IS. It. 23 K.: contalnlnir 4* Acre,
;.: I am a little girl eleven years a quarter a aoetea
mention other facts but I think more or Ift.a.
I 12
old and I have been being a good fire-crackers and candy. am from the court house Mr. Man- busy or you will see you have these are surficlent. I The taxes to be _Hold I are evidenced.
years old. has not been cent made a mistake. I have no more
: little girl. I want a bicycle a ning paid one ..
cooking net to cook like mother Grady Mann. mileage since I have been on the to say Our nation was founded on

a large doll with lots of clothes board. J. H. Moore Chairman I Christianity and trying to make

i for it. Let it have curly hair, a Brooker Fla. You want to know why I was Bradford County School.Board. sport or to satirize the church and for Expert RepairingSmith's
Dear Santa Claus: other Christian organizationsseems
carriage to ride her in. not present when contracts were
i Iris Lee Cassels. I am a little girl in the fifth let for painting the Hellbronn and Keystone: Heights, Florida I rather farfetched.I .

---- grade. My teacher Is Mrs. Nor- Vanderblle schools. This did come December' 4, 1937. hope you will give the same

j Brooker, Fla. man. I like her for she is a good up while the board was in session To the Editor: I front page publicity to these remarks -

\ Dear Santa Claus: teacher. I want you to bring mea but something else' came up and it The Townsend Plan or, as It as you did to the previous Garage

'j I want a football a pocket cooking set, a volley-ball and was dropped and did not come up is now known The Townsend National i article.

. i knife, some fruit and candy. I some fruit and candy for Christmas .--- -_ .._- Recovery Plan has (to borrow Respectfully
Mrs. F. A. Scott PresidentWoman'8
': .1 ,hope you will come to see me Brooker Fla. my friend's expression) been I Phone 120

}, Chrtatmaa Eve night. My birthday Hazel Crosby. Dear Santa Claus: "bombarded with silence" by the Christian Temperance i

;. -j is June 5. Bring me a bicycle, & desk a I press of the country with the end 'I Union.
I Wrecker Service Day Night
C. W. Colson. Brooker Fla. tool chest and a cow-boy suit with In view of leading those who have i or

two steel pistol! also a big box UNION COUNTY HALTED
o Dear Santa Claus: not taken the trouble to keep posted -

t Brooker Fla. I want you to bring me a doll of candy. in the movement to think thatit LLAHASSEE.Comptroller I

l""ar Santa Claus: a cooking set a basketball a pairof Donald Edwards Crews. Is of the J. M. Lee Is permanently restrained
just one
"has-beens"I from tat
I want a new saddle rope and skates and a story book and paying gasoline !
and la dead. On the
now contrary -
to Union under
1 whip for my horse to drive cows some candy and fruit and nuts. I Dear Santa Claus: Brooker Fla. this Recovery Plan idea I'I, three money special laws. County Circuit Judge PULP WOOD & STUMPAGE
will remember Christmas ''
knife rifle and you on
with a hunting u born in the mind of Dr. Townsend
J. B. Johnson issued the
a bicycle with lights on it. Thank evening. Please bring me what Ii I want a football a rifle, fruit has found sanctuary In the minds I'I order
which the for the
asked for. and candy for Christmas. ': opens way county -
you. you and hearts of millions of representative -
to In tax funds
'f Annie Pearl Rickett. Morris Kelley. I participate gas
Percy Dukes. American citizens and can under terms' of the general 1931 KRAFT CORPORATION OF

never be killed no matter what is law. other counties
booker: Fla. 1 j Twenty-five
dune to it. At no time since its I AMERICATIMBER
Dear Santa Claua: I have been given until Dec. 20 to

WANT TO KNOW WHY SANTY I wish you would bring me a has Inception it made has such it been rapid so growth.strong nor I.I them defend special acts applying to I

football or see them Invalidated.
nuts apples candy and DEPARTMENT!
other good things for Christmas.I The need of this plan Is being .

\ ;I A j IS SO HAPPY? will hang my stocking up for emphasized more and more each Height of forehead's no sign of .'ERX..XDIII.FLOIUD..\

you. day and more and more of our superior Intelligence. Eskimos of

:' I M Junior Mott. prominent men and women are low Intelligence are among the
r seeing the necessity of and urg- highest-browed in the world.

; C ,t '; 1 BIG BOTTLE OF Brooker Fla. ing the adoption of the various OTU'OF .- --- UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Dear Santa Claus: principals embodying the cFRTIFICA'rlsNOTICE !

I want a doll tea set for Christ- Bend Plan. PURCHASING Town-I : : IS HKUKHY LIVEN; that L. C. MrCABK, President, .lackitontIlle. Flu.I
J. V. 1-MwardM HUM riled with me
I ten old and in ER. They are all now written l
r mas. am years r""llIeat| hat the tax certificates -
PEPSI-COLA the fifth grade. All of the girls that we must place together will all MiiliHenurntoniltvil Industrial Life Insurance
I "r levied latex held hv the
\ Hunt a ball so we can play -basket -. power in the hands of the people State l 1,0' Hilvertlxrd and onlil tollm u. L. SA1T, Representative
: ball. but Dr. Townsend Is the only I lilirhvxt"' bidder. for raxh an pro-
I vhtecl. ly HIIIIN 0111 Sllfl of the IMT I ______
1 one who hits come forward witha arm nf the Lc li ture
Dorothy Crosby. (rl upon the \
' For Only 5 Cents plan to accomplish this. The rollnu-lnir, dcMc-rllutd real estate lethe I
County of Bradford" Stale ..r
Brooker Fla Government has employed the Klnrlilu. to-wltl KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOMEMRS.
I ;\1'P' nf NKlt nf Hop. 3 Tj 7 S.
Dear': Snnta Claus: supposedly best brains in the coun- I
It. IS
runtulnlnv( 40 Acres
j try to try to untangle the mess tnori nr I<*HH. L. C. McCABE, Lady AttendantJACKSONVILLE
I know have been at thenOI.th
; Take A Tip From Santa Claus you The tiixi.H to .le Hold. are *vlil. <>nrei! : H.I .\,
pole the whole year but it that we find ourselves in, and to "vh'a'.8. Nr>n 7 and 12 of lUau: I FI .\. ST. AI'OI'STIXK.: ',__

Is pretty near Christmas and I point the way out, but we are no nod 13:11: 1'....I".cll".ly.l and represent| I 45: W. Church-Phone 3-1338 :SO St. George I'limif -'
1 the unpaid Iixee for the year 1929
want to send a ball nearer a solution of the problem to 10:17. both
111 Drink Pepsi-Cola too! you me volley Inclusive! umnuntlnir
sewing net, a pair of !!nocks a cook- today than we were seven years to ..4I.8H.::
ALSO: 'Po'" of XF. & F.Vt( of
, I ;ng set' and a sweater so I can ago. We still have millions of our UK'' Sec a T|>. 7 S. It. 19 K., "
good citizens on the unemployed i-ontHlnlriK 120c) ,-...., morn or :
have things to play with. I ama .
I : I. ...
: DAVE SILCOX, Distributor little girl In the fifth grade. I lint many Who have neverbeen The tales ti h" HUM nr. vldnri i Give and take',
l.y certificates NO,. 8 and 13 of 111:11I:
know like children. there' with of
good before no hope
J you I ever I mid II4! :: respectively/, and reprenntth
Stella Mae Hayes. again having employment under iiiimild taxes fur the year mail
, I and ti> .1!>:lT, both Inclusive. amounting
our present system,
: to $157.19. I
the administration still goes on I, Said tux fprtlfli-nt. together with IOn
till HuliHi 'junt omitted or !jvledtnxcH
out the old 11
trying same policies I will he Hold to the highest:

\ that have proven failures in the llddt. nt the Courthouse door InMtal'ke
nil the 31 Ht day nf l>
and are doomed to failurebefore
past .m.j
her, n'clooK
IM7 nt 11:00: A. -e
;' : I they are started. Sub- Dated thin the 10th day of 1)e-
f'IIl JIIIIIi ll MANY TIIINGS WILL HAPPEN DURING sidising railroads farmers creating .('.."nil..r, 1917.OFh'I'IAl.! HR.A1..

artificial scarcities (thereby A. J. THOMAS.fl .
1938 '.ik of circuit Court of .
't, further increasing unemployment) I Bradford County, Florida.

\i In order to rae prices in a few 12-17-:11-12-31. ,9tg.
I i
, Our scientifically designed floor lamps will make reading hours I lines of production, but with not I M>TIH: OK 5 \..It OK TAX:

''i.i pleasant ones for and family. of to the rKIITIKHVTKM: :
thought giving jobs
. i you your people :NMTICK IS IIKKK1IY: : IIVR.V; that
to earn the wherewithal to Delia Slli-ox has riled with IIIH .
; these increased prices. Asking written request' that the tux .-ertlflonlfM ,
together will all HtlhHenuentomlted
t We carry in stock a complete line of floor lamps priced .from- industry to absorb the unemployment or levied taxtt held by tha .:- r
State h* iHlvertiNed and Hold inl I r
't Jt $4.50 Up by starting their factories the highest bidder. for cash un provided 7
I ) and industries when there : by MoiiHe. Kill 398 of the 19.17nrtM
I Is market for the of of Ih. Leg-lNlatlire. upon the
ij no products
Table and bedroom lamps priced lrom'I r"lI..wln..1.'lh..d. real estate In
these factories. No we must first the iiunty of Hrndford. Mtm of
Ii;. $1.25 Up. Klorlda. tn-wlt: 01
create demand for these
a : products -
'; 1 I I'oin. on N Tine of NWH nf
1 II by placing purchasing powerin SKI, on K' Hid* of Chnrrh Hf. I I
i' 'I 1 A varied selection of living room suites that will make your the hands of the old in & Him M. on nnld. St. 175 ft. i K. I
people 2lll fr. :N ITS ft. W
oj" home chvrrier Christmas I I ft to beg
on morning priced at $39.50: to such volume, and constantly and Se2H Tp. 6 44. It. UN..
1 The taxes, tit be Holil are" nvlilenced' i. is
i I.r $89.50 i making compulsory the spending I l.y ff-rtiflrntv No. 315!; and lom nt I papUlJf
; I I cf this purchasing power In Its tall Itm rerpei-tlvely" I and represent thing which make Old Santathat piiw-
, ( A selection of Occasional chairs. taxee for the yearn |1IlO! :| to he much and asks so lilt
gives so
I| entlrelty every SO days to force 137. both' InclUHlve, amounting to I jc..cold*
the factories to the limit of their 1171.4', the pause that refreshes with
I Mold tax rvrtlflrnteii together with
I capacity to produce the goods de- all I HiibHenuent. om It ted fir Levied for only ic.

1 I, o manded. Then and then only can taxes will I,. Hold to the highest i
bidder ut the 1ourthouse
THE NMARKFURftSTARKE we hope to see the people of this 8lurk ..n the Slut day of dear11 l>..iml.r I
j H. COMPANY I{ country fully employed and prosperity hated, 1997,thl at" the tloo: )lath o'clock day of A. Jjereml.er M.. COtr. \\- -

[ : and happiness once moreI 437.:
FLA. I reign supreme. It U a "pay a* (O..FIlr.L J.SEAL THOMAS) I + / wN COfi'.1,

I we &'0" plan and will work iiardI I Clerk of. circuit Court of I n yrfLl

I I but'> will benefit IIradtord uunty. Iftorlda.
ship on' no on I
...{' :" ,. '.. '..r" <' ir: : I' .'" .... ........\ .."11, 11-al.tt-it.pl-r y,....'" } ."", a.rr. ry.4 t Y. 5"

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11_ I __ ___ _ -
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'r.. x amounting, to 136.69AIXI. -

*<"'!lI'. .'ffrlKlYATKH ; NK'.. of NK'4 of Sec. 36 whhh 19.18.fi : In the Tth.. d.I)' of Februaty hOG KILLING POINTERSWith little daughter Selmar, were visit CHAPMAN ANNOUNCES

l4 I1BKK1IV I GIVEN th.ltf"1 Tp. 7 S. H 21 K,.containing 40 Haled thin ilnt day of I ).....n'- ing Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kelley in
.. Roy.
with Acres more I.. ..
haM or
o"I"rI;, '' "''HI her, 1937. the of fresh TALLAHASSEE.Justce If
<'. .. I'1' 'h" HX ertmrl" 'I I he I taxeH to bit Hold' ,ate evidenced HlFFICIAL 1'Il-AI.I spare the Ziff section Sunday.Mrs. H. Chapman announced his candidacy \ ,
to'll .Li-lli-r with nil I Btibae-\ hi'i't ificatu., NOH 650 RED'S CURSES ribs backbone and sausage just
", t ', 1U 13 r"- A. J. ThilSlu: I Alice Thomas of Brooker, for the State Supreme Court i .
held Mt-' .
: 'MM"''' ..Jed iHVli-cl t laxpB | 'lIv..ly. and repreHi'iit tho tAxeH -
nr Interested
i> ...'V l I... advcrtl..pd! and Boldill" for tlie yi-aiH 11:la In | 1 1"111"'
'' V. '
t .Y..II) .1 bidder$ YoIcaNli KMhI.l iimountlnpr 'to $32.90. I.. J4-'it.-2l.| In these sllge..tons.. made by Mrs Harvey Starling Monday. .
"t th.' .'. iiniiBH. Illll 396 of I lie /.1.t'O'' Sls of :-W'.c: of NW't' By ; Dr, Talt May. .

"' '.. : f I h" 1 LPKlBlatiilo, t'I'|>im "I'.xii'pt'' f \it I .s in :NK c''o,. ... 2 Buter .- -- He seeks the two years remain- i .
it.:/'' 'wl> .t.sitI.b..iI rflll I VHIutP .\ 111 SW tin,. of :NI.: of NW'i' NO UK OK tIM'l.l< \'I'ION .'(," Farmer .',\ .IOIIS IM'KKASK
,. l IiI'" 'rK Ing in the term of the late Fred
,,, '1" ..r Hiadford, State nf of \W'.t KIM .'5 Tp. HSU \ : :1)
iv 22 I IVeiiHle lint N,,. I 1. Cheapest and bent pork usual
::11. K, iontaininif 17 Adi'H. inn: Davis. Chapman was appointed to '
:NOTICIIS In China men are never permitteil JACKSONVILLE.The -The Florida .
JOhflMsti.rki. I in, I..H'I'h" 1I'\'III\'I'S." That'
,"I..dll. ,- 32 J M from the
)U"" :. ink .. In NKVj' of I et'ih I h K :MIMIIK\ hiild. .o'iif'I'its, CeitlflinlK '- to pee their wives before ly cornea wel.grown. Works Progress Administrationwill the bench shortly after Justice Davis 'I ,
III "? : I taxea to he xolil me evlileiued :-I... I IS'i. iNHiii'd I I well-fed hog that Is killed when *
Id rv ::} H, 2't' rn I '" H u 22 K- tiv cerl! "tlfleilli'B" S"... HH1 1 of I thn r lh., day marriage. We have half notion immediately 3100 ad- death last June 20.
'Vldem-nd, nnil 1H4.I( of AliKiiHt A I II li.'i! !', bun II...... 1 employ
FI' : M"llf HIB, HunH | live to six months old and .
l I" 'h" I'M"! : a nil 1 I33: "' i'c'I" In I I weighs A
"" e.. N"... 2112' "< "f.wrnrii tenpectlvely nnd | mv offlte add 'nan ", ..,.1.. itliiili'uI-. | to wish we were a Chink and reverse litional, persons, Robert J. Dill. -
.. I.' '." ., 1"l"2, riH.nt the iinimlfl' taxes for, the I tlon (1,1., n tnx deid. to ii.. 'iHHiied. I bout. 200 lo 225 pounds. Hogs Apples contain about 825
.,' i.tii, 'ilveiy t a rep- "''' I !927' the situation announcedupon percent
11nit 1 Sell I to I 't7.:' liolli' Im-luHlve, tln-leon, :Sail'..,.t tlfliatiembtaceH, State administrator
,U fl.. :.,,v. f..i' t lh" vain I 1121I"! Kinoiintliiu-, I I "Ti.SS. I tin- follouinK .ileBi-i.Ibeil aIt ,I weighing 30O to 500 pounds or water.
amount IIIK to iiiopeity( In his return from a conferenceIn
;,rr: liiitli..., ''nilHBlM-i, Sid tax i-erllfli nleH toKelhel with, tinCounts! of I 11,1, f"I. siate' of more usually cost more per pound
t Mil HllliH.riient, Minified to tell an honest New Orleans where expansion .. .
| .
|Iaviil1,15CM "
or to-wlt.: "I"Y ------- -- .
fiAl.Ii" 'imp Liit of I.ii nil In Mill 10,. folil. I.. (he hIKI",'.., : ; l ',,,'n"l and the quality of the meat Is not .
; : II Qnilltet/ of Noitheant, man. The hi which he plans of the In the Soun-,
N by I program
; l.iMided, lillldiMHt, I the CIHII IholtHe 01"| .., In 11'1"1"' ..'- 111 Seitloll, 'l'lilt I -Six' p'k..t so good.
K & 1'1. by l Ity lit Starlid' hucon ain't east dl cusAed. Of this i i
tf1' Town hrliiKH
on the 7tti W% by;J rlliiml.Hiin" St. toI. .,. H8 1'11.I I'MH, at' I 11 1 nn o'(..lot.k .5. M I ", -. ", I MIIHI: 1. '"ntlllllln,... efiiPAHAGRAPHERS'. 2. To pl'olueeooo quality pork her, nearly 1000 persons will be I GIVE
4 (DntiMl, thin 1 HID 17th .Ia,' of 1mtember I. i.u'ty" Aires" mole or ICHH In'I" To
!It.tli:'At to': !... Bold ii l evlilt-nceil quick bleeding 1st necessary.
; I 1917 The HHHeNHilli, of I the Hnld given employment in the Jackson
Th! fl.lilV :N"B.: a21. "' 11121!| "p.1ji''Iy KlKl-MCIAI: 1 :L ;S1SA'I.> 111'01''Y I aid in this no feed but all
I / I lh- Ullmlilp el'l" iindel I I the Htlid t't-l"i'l tlf I Icille 1..- AREN'TSAYING give ville1 area. composed of a score of
reHM-Hent |
; nnil\ A. J. THOMAS ..".-,1 III the ,
name .1. P. 24
Pottd. drink for
p- ,,, veiilM" l 1I'2M! I" It.t7.! : Cli-ilt. of cimilt Court uf I nli-HH Hnld, ,'eitiriiat, 1<' Hhnll be AS MUCH ABOUT THE the water hogs counties, while another 1000 will ,

1tb"';"i'".'I"iBlvi". 'irt, I If niminiitliiK U-m-B t..,, t Ih..r.. UG.with 47. 12-2I-.1I-I-7: 1 liiailfoul. t Coiiiin' Kloi''III.l' redeemed. .at-i.111.ilniK i : to IHW, the I WPA AS THEY DID SEVERAL, I to 36 hours before killing. Also, be employed in the Tampa area ,

>tIiI< I ii .'U I.HVIeilTin tu-opertv, dt-Hlllbed I therein will beHold for quick bleeding It's much better .
iiiii'iit mlM or 1 to the IllHheHl hlililcr m I the I MONTHS AGO. WHAT'S THE I and the remainder In the \limlIl'ctOI ,
".. ""M 11B highest i-oilll' t hoiiMe. to stick the animal than to r rI'
ilooi I
on 1 the flint :Mon- MATTKR' DID THEY ALL GET other of the
t 11,,, roiirthniiB.. ilonr I In ,MITII! IK s \l.f. I month of
JK'.n, i". 7lh. ii..v ...r .l" i'i',, I')'. C'III'IKII I'll": hlih' Is 'hip Till l day'I'ebiuniv uC 1'UH., ON IT ? I shoot it or kno'k it in the head State. '
Ft-tiiuuiy ,
1 I 00 o cloili. A. :M. XOTICI) is iiinnnv' OIVKV. :I M''ls; : 1 1I .taut to __, .
t : 'that I 3. is just as impot --- .- I
':gi):;,,; Vhl 1' I: t the 17th I ila y of !n.- \V C Whllten,, AtlmliilHtittlor, of KHtnte : I M.11; i-il thin JIM .1.,\' of l >i"<"emi I I It
her I Gils with almost pork immediately after the A of tho letters of the alphabet .
,,1"1'. ) ,1.1. .r W.1.I. \Vhltlen IIIIH fihilwith i I'l 1:17: any Rup'l chi I I'

1<11'1'1'\\1.' .rl... .ldOlI.\: p tax fi'rtiriinte me' wiltlen"tngel,.,h..(..11..1,. with hut all I I' HiibHeitient th"- I. ( I WJo'II'11 A I. .1.SUM< ; HUMS I. I I,,I Tiy and do the new big apple I hog Is killed tn It Is to chill milk except J 0' (contained In Ezra ) I : \

:'j,.i k of t'llrtilt\ lotllt nf'IfoiO | oliillteil ,levieil ,laxeH held., Clel "t't I I'll"cult I Colllt" 1 of immediately after milking. Cold 7.21; of the Bible.

)Jl: ,, 1 County' KliiiMa, hy I the I !Slntn lu ml 1\.11.1. unit Mold I I Itrailloul" Couiil' .% I Floilila. St. Louis milk route wagon I storage slice should be rented or --- Fine HandkerchiefsSilk I ;
1.7I. to. the highest hidili-r for i'nnh its 12. 1- -1,21. I I'I'A .
44.: News Item \Ice bought to bring about II'S I ( : ,
: provlili'd hv I HOIIKP Mill I'll!'") of the pul..d by a II'bl'l enough : .tUUI.

----j., 11mine I : Mti.i vriflTICK : orr.:* \ \ I Ihc 1 11.17 following/ails) iif the di'Hi I"'jofl..lal''p..i.Iheil. rent' I let upon' at.. MU' fl.: OFi.i: or 'r\\ ]I Ah, the jais and, l\rlpe1 forever ''thl' chilling if the weather U not Southbound Gloves I f

IIUHKHV \ I1:* I In, tli," ,Couniv of riiailford" l. 1 state: of it v.eie enough. Statke 5:15: p.1
flleil with ; ; ) 1-4 IIKItiHY: Ill \ ,
HUB Hint
'I' tllllll1K" I lie tux 1.,1.1.' to-wlt : t..1. J. 'liuli>' him fill'd with I .- No. 207 Due Starke 11:45: p.m. I
thai ""r. inn wiltlien I ,
n-iHii-Bl NV. Lovely Lingerie
'rltt<' of :N\VI: 11 A Wlj' of HWi,
< ,
::1"1'l HiKi-ihrr. with nil Nil |10,,... of :>1W' ', A No Com. at I !HW c''oi toKelhi'lvllli, leiUenl| hut. the ,tux t'Cl't If'kilti-B I! .V hclrntNt has derided S\\ EATING LIARS No. 20.1- Due Slarku 12:15: pm

...nt itnllli'il i I <>, levleii taxes helilithflHtnii of .VVVl', of SWI", \ Hun K (1 01. I Io..d nil nnliHi'iiient' |' mnilted 1 there in In the No. 201-Due Staike 10:20: m
ami I lili tnxeH held the
I li.i, tOt! v *rtlHd I Br> hy Matt 11 \'U I
twr be I
: \ "hn.I conscience to
.. < 4H T.lnkx. riienie N 40 'be ",1\.11.,1' t and nolil to the I A man's seems I
hlililer for canh a blKheHt :
i "ho hlKhi-Hl iiii'iuBp" 11111 .toe of Lti.. di'icn-i-H. n 20 Chun, Tin m-e W 9 bidder for etiHll HH h'l', "viitiui bv htriitosphcrw Mii.vhc th"M in his sweat glands The most effective -, Northbound All Dresses Reduced ,

"ld..II, ...r tin* l.i-KlI.Uurf., ui>on. ChnH Thenre S to ,Heir 1" A. I"hiiiliit11,11 am! of the I IU.I7: ailH, uf isn't tl..r. hut staid like to .Mo. 202 Due Starke 1:50: p.m. '
111.; "'I" > Al leo. 2lj A In \ of SW'of / scientific "He detector, !
,. "II"W''K I .I..II.'J I I rpal I pBtutp \yrl.r.:: I the Li'ifinlat in i', upon, ( lit foll.>\\'\iiiKileHMllied ) Unim that List mllilu No. 204 Due Starke
( SWI "h'rl 4:15
SPI2t S. :
H 21 .
'.. of 111 ml foul.. State ofrida. leal entrftu I In, I thn C-ollilty suitable for uses on the witness p.r
,it., I .Ii"IY K T Arre. I'cor I Iliadloltl, ., Mate, of 1"lu'Io\n.\ to- 111..1 hut gone.C No. 206-Due Starke 9:15:
.wlt : Tho 'tHOSe to be Hold me Idenred I I 'sl and, In a' business deal, or p.m.

r.lI', ul. M-Ji'i 11,: JO... f rontalninff SW"4 Sec. 22 10 Tp.It A." .. I hv c"1 Iflo'"Ie :''n.. I 11 I >i of 1-114! : ,...- uithVV" l, or:1:: : '. Ai !.SWl of SIV'.. when 0'suspicious wife is giving No. 208Due Starke 3:0: am. '

I i IPBMThPtnv" ""Kiieitlvelv nnrl rppienent' 'tnxi-H for of Si'('. I 14 Tp. II S. IE 22 I 1C.i .. A New Jersey preacher, seeking 1 No. 214--DtieKtarke 9:20: a m.
morn IT Bold vlilnreil I theearn 1'm to 1117: .both' lluluRP. 'ontulniiiK Mu Alien, mine or her husband a third degree, oPI.r.ates I
to on a Republican
\OM. 217 and 675 of | ninoiinllnK- $15.7S. .leHH. governorship on the principle.As Starko Bus Agent: Bea.ley'sService
1'.11"/1". nml ALSOAll: VII' i K of rtlver lit 'I'he taxes, to l,,' Hold cot e\ilentl-d(, ticket, is asking the Lord to help
.'I nnil, I'ill. :! rphppctlvely. for r"I'th. thin .. :VI-V: | of !SCV Hxi-ept about 4 by .-..u u u r h-Id"'" NOB :.IMI and II 4S of described in the American Station, opposite court
iinimld IJIXI-H fleet him News Item. It.
.. Maybe
,nl, .\i .i for I ,,, ,' ( house. <
re 'h h & "Vmeterv 19:111:: mid. I 19.11: iu/>|ieii\i-l| Iy', and repIPHint -
I Ini-limlvp I Prof. --t
both Association
I '7. by
I I'l.ll: I to Psychological
$26.02iij.ii & S'l-i4; of !>OI': '14 N of Itt'A.hWII & taxes h tin, the )'''"''H ItlJI\ \ to we're wiong. but we'd always
rrantlnH,' to :-: of :NHiof: SW' ,, Rucknick of the
fl': of NBH i>f NHV of SK'i, 19.17: both ilultlnl\e, ,""uulI",, to thought the two things the Lord Christian A.
: ,
SC2') Tn. 5 !S. H 21 K. runtnlniiiK $199'.07
V 6'', At W i 2 Ares 27 of NW 5 >H/4. K.'J of. : 211 Arren, more t>,. IPHHThe Al.htlSi'j of N''tS'4 Kxcept 10 doesn't, tiy to contiol are awoman's University of Iowa. the device consists -
Her. Tp.
STU\ tnxpH to In* Hold me ..vl'nc''Cit A ,in SW t''ut AT M3't' of SN'.4 ofNV' of a delicate galvonometerwith
mind and the outcome ofa
i.nlllinllltf I I 7 vXcleH. moipr "
: t F: i l by rertlflriite' VOK: I 118 I of 1114 re.Klieitlvelv ; ; Sue. I IS 1'1'| 1S.. U 22 "K.
into the ,
plates that nt palmof Sly Many Experience Makes It Possible, for Me to Ru'ndprEFFIJENT
Ii fK .Cu.
and represent the taxen I contiiinlnK" KI'* ,AtleH "w"e 01,' Republican election
Th. "InxoB to bo Bold arp PVldnnc-pd for the venrn. 11)1:): to 1117.:1 both' i IntliiHlve. leHH the hand. When the subject is
NOB 8211( of It'U rci - '
I -
n-itirliutPH/ amounllnK to $211' (M: The I a ices to he Hold ate a\'Io""c.\1\ there ian t muchof riSOMIT and COIJKTKOI7S SKK\ K
, ' C''lIlfloIII"H.I : ; 3H7 and \9.:>n tit' : VAKIKTV IN II.OKinV telling the truth MODERATE PRICES
iin for ihp Yell I'M IUl I :12 to I lira.' 1'..... 10 Ti.| 5 S It. 21 I I.;.. iontnfnlnH I I 1'ltn': :\ .mid I IU.1J r".I"'II\t., ,> anil i'epileHent I record When he starts lying
>'h 1U'I".lv., ainotintlnic. to 922 fiB.widtai I 20 .\rreH, more ol, IPHHTin1 'the taxeH fol' I the M-IIIB lsi.illu : Some interesting sidelines on the DeWITT C. JONES
emotional -
with I I currents
t -thPl-
i-nllfli-atPB I <>K 1 .. tiny register
tnxi-H to I I. Hold me exhleiuetl I 11.17\ bolh liulunlve. aniuunllnir
Florida's varied industrial Florid
,,1 1 NuliN.-i-iii.nt unilttpd I or Leviedifx '1 .. agricu.zltllral of whose strke, *
hv i-pittrirntMH' :: .. 10:1: nnil 291 of i to JMJI ::11. stress one conscience r
will lie Biilil tn the. rifinr hlKlitMtddci In 1931 nnd 1111 renpet-t t Ivplv nnd leplenpnt I Said lax i.el' I I ifkuten. loKelher! with and social activities ale re- is struggling against his I -ElJGrw
( NiurthnuHe
at thp the itninld| trixeH for the all KllbHeillient oltillteil i I or. LevletllaXLH from
irk,, mi the 7th day of January yearn 1110 to 1117. both' IntliiHUonoiintlnir will he ..,,101 to the lilKhenlbidder venled in n l'In.. dispatch worse nature The He sets the
". at, I II I 00) n'clm. .\. :II.II. the state chamber of
to 16025. I nt the Courthouse I door, instnike commerce
.'...I 'thlH Mm I'lll, day uf le.h..I ( sweat glands to work and they I I
the Tth of
''' '. | !'H7Id I all Raid xiiliHeiiiient,eertlfli-ntpH, omit UM.o-ether| Levied" with 1MS! ut on 11 I ,Out oVIotk duty A. M.Llateil January which says that the old saying make the electric connection that
\ \, !I1\T.) or is the of lathe 1937JOYOUS CHIIISTIDAS
thin the 1937m
17th day of 11-
"variety spice lfe"
.\. .1. THOMAS: InxeH will he Hold to the highest tells I the tale.
clerk of Circuit Tnurt of Mdder nt HIP i ',,,thotiHP don 'InSim ''", 1IU7 answer to the question why HO ,
.. 'I \L I Si\l.I
'ke the Tth fl.iv of \'h"\ We've seen candidates syeatlng
florlda.MIIKI on Jnnilniy \
Hriulforil Count
y, to live In the
o'tlook. A. J. THOMAS: : many people prefer -
I HIS. nt 1 11-00 A. :M while making their promises but
Ciel k of Cllillll" Com! ofI
nH"l $ hts 'the 17th il.iv of Iie- Sunshine State.
,'..ml...,.. 1937.III'I.'I"IAI.IOPI.. I I I I liindfoid, I County. Floilil.i we've HOI la blamed it on the humidity -
U-24-lt-l-T. For instance it was said: I I I
: nv HM.K n. T \ ( .) I before now we know the
< rnriPictiK* A. .1. THOJIXS.: Ocala has of all things
lirTH'i: 1 1-1 'HKIIKIIY< : 1IVIC.V that Clerk of I 'I('iS', It Colllt of I M I Ill rtI': '" II K I..: OF '1" \ expected leal icason. Panama City NewsHeiald. -

,r 'r.iirrin; his filed with I Iti'nilfol,'d (*ouiitv.I FIo"/lI/I/ I C Eh6'I'lI"I'IISS: : to be found in Florida, a ski mnniif.ictiirer .
:MiTiri; is iiiuinv"iiivn.V: :) that
'ui\ ten MMtuPHt thiil the 'tux i fr- 12-24-11-1-7 ,
'J'ati'I tnKPther with nil Miilmenl I W I II MiliMirdx: .1. ., him t tiled i with ... .
-- -
". \ nitlltpil, I i>l* |levl..1| | IIIXPH held "me willteii I reiiii-Ht| that the I lax i.t.t.- An liish potato canning plant, -
''M State be ailvertlHpil. and Hold \oU''U'' or C % 11or: '!'.% \ tlflratpH ti'itellicr 1 null nil ..uh...CHilent one of two in the United States GRAHAM j
,ih" hlwrhPHt 10111'1. for i iinh ns < KiiTirirtrioHXIITHTJ I omitted I or levied' tuxex held :'
'.'t "I.d hv I louse| > Hill :I9I of thn is! iiKiticnv t / UIVI3V; : .that by the !State I In ..,1\1' and Hold' Is located at Palatka.A Mr. I.. C. Smith. Curr .>..nile.* :

,I.* mtinf, the f.piclxlHtiirp, uponf'lllnuInK :Sr.I.. I llnrrell nan filed with me 'to the hiKhext. bidder' fin i-axli. IIM in Eustis ,
an eight-
" I dpHrilhpil, riMiI I I'HtntPth .I wiltti'ii rernn-nt hat the tax ceitlflratpH 'prnMded. by I lluiiKe Illll :t'lti of the his Miss Vicie Tfuett and brother,

t ''0"nt) v of Hindforil, ., state I of ,,,,,,'Ih..r'I'h all HiiliMPiiiientomllted 1 11.17: a't'IB of the Li. .Klxlul. lire, upon, pound black bass that takes Truman Truett of Windermere 3,
or levied taxes held hv theStnle 11 lie following dem i Died ,leal estateIII
ni'hrldn, i.f to-wit Sii,4 :& 8
viS8: Tp.:: : 4 S. l22 R oon- h gh,'st bidder for cash nn 'provided 1 1-1"I"'ifl., t"-" It : morning at nine o'clock. l t

using,: Hit( Arrpp, more or I....... l I.v I louise Mill 11'* of the 1917 acts MJ't of :M-I'/i: /, K.xtcul: (I.IIIH, 2-1-4 A sister and brother in Jacksonville | day. .
The he Hold evldenceti of the I LeB-Nlnttire. upon the follow.IIIK W uf lly Ai hi;>.i of M3V4' & VV Mr. and Mrs. Noah Hancock, of
"X'H am :
V icrtlfi.."..... NOM. HO and fiB.I: of deBrrlbed rent, I extnte In the of M'I, *, N'%' % of s.c.: i Tl gS after exhaustive tests over I Palatka dinner of Mr. AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR: J
::1 and anri ("oiinty; or riradfoid, State of FlorlI It. 22 '11., containing 305 were guests
1931 reiipettlvelv repent period of a have discovered -
tnvi'H for the yearn 19127 to I I I lo-wlf I .\tlex, mole" or, .leHH I I year, and Mrs. L. C. Smith Monday.Mr. .
'7. bath InclUHlve, amounting to 1 SVj nf $hS'4 nf !Sec. 2 Tp 7 S It The taxeH lo he Bold 'are e\ldenced. a man's whiskers grow almost and I I IS OUUSINCKKK 1
Mrs. O. Graves
I[: 25. 14 II: cnntahilnK HO AIIPB, :Mule by (eltlficHte :-I..... I ISIS\ of h 1'i.U I i eHpecllvely twice fast in Florida and O.
a summer
<'id tax iprtlflfiitex together with ",. leHB i I and, lepieuent" the axes as little daughter Shirley of Winder-
I I The to be Bold etldeiuedl 111:10: to 1911: both In'iiiiiiVi' In winter. .
'J *ul>Heiuent:; omitted. or Levied tuxes urn for the > earx HS the WISH .it
| thn highest l <...'-.lIr".AI."M.:: 6 and II ofI ( ainounllllH, to 9 iSO 711. mere, are visiting their parents
Hold' to I
ei "III he
d.rII/ 'the Courthouse. door InIrk. I 1112 and 1914 reppet-l' i K '.'ly. and ep- ALSO: I I3'j' or ;NhS': ., SW' of A resident of Lakeland has. beenwearing Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Graves and L.

p nn tho 8th day of January resent the unpaid ,tnkeB for the :MS'i: A< 131"'J of NWL, of NEVi pajamas each summer for I AT THIS GLAD SEASON :
1.> .' 11 '.00 ..'..Io..k A. M.DI'.d years l'i.11, I to 1117 bolh InrliiBlvo Ai Si:'., of NNVV. >. of. .NW"",! C. Smith and family this week. FOR KVKKYONK: : :11I

this the 18th day of De- u""nllnK tn f 10ft 60. $l'('. :6rl\C; 5 S. I It. 23 K. contalllIliK I the past five years He has pock- Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson and

''hr. i'i)7': ALSO'ij: ?( ,ui,.,. Ser1: Tp." 7 i ( ;\ I'ex, mole or leHH ets installed in them; outside of
have moved to
Frl"I.j1" AT.I S. R. 19 13, contalnlm 160 Ariel, 'Ihe laxeB lo be Bold' .are evidenced family recently
A .1 THOMAS mm'e or IPBBTbe bv certlfiditeH :NUB; lOll! of 'Illll I'eBpettltely that they are regular "p j's." Hampton and we regret their leaving I

cieik, of Circuit Court of11I'I1..fo'd uses tn hi.. Bold are idenred i and tepieHent the taxeH A gentleman in New Smyrna our but wish them FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE ]
. Klotliln.' bv celttflcateH\ / :NOB 9 and 211 of I 1910If for the yeai-H 1411)! ,lo nil! : both Incluxlve. -
/1.11 17'orui.2 < ounly, mil: : rPHpectUelv" i and ,leprexe.it, iimonnl |IIH to $.)0tf 38.I IXI.MI has one of the only two known gold much success in their new home. '

the taxeH for the ji'nrii. 1424 In : :.Nij; Ai Wit,, of SWl.i & one-cent pieces Issued during the i Mr. and Mrs. and 1 Member Federal Deposits Insurance Corporation
X- I 1)17.) both I Iniluxive, amount I IIIK to UK" l of S\\ Ar SIJ'i llx; III A. Berry Dyal
'nl."J-OF' ,
or $401 .87' In'j I ll'.lKllt of \VilV ) S"'"'. :3 lTp War Between the Stales by the family of Sampson City, have

I KliriKK'tTKH ALSO" ,: :NIS': of :V\V" Krnt'l I AS It. 2J 1-3; ('until ining C84 Confederate 1. 'j
WIT"'I'" ; i IS HKUKHV JIIVKN1 IhntM. N\Vl of ;.SWl; !So.3: Tp. 7 1'1. It Aries, moi'e or IPHH government.Near moved Into our section and we welcome psasap.p.., _. _.____._. ___._ 1

M. HelbeiRer has filed with. I I'l Jo:. rnntalnhlff i I 60 Acres, mnrp I 'I.he tiiveB to be .noli alp e\ldeuced Starke are found wild them In our midst. : -
grill,',, that the tax ,' .r10. -
.tm together request with all 8ub..e.ut or The II-MH IIIXPB to be Bold. 'u'( evidenced i.h.itt by c''lIfI..I.IOH.ti\ely I' and: reprexeut. 197 of Ihe I 14.11! :\taxes re-. gooseberries that never tlpen. Mi. and Mrs. Geo. Rivers and i India to Chevrolet

innllted. or levied taxes heldlh" by ceitlflcaieH NOB. ::1 l and t 21 of 1926 for the vearn 1930 to 1941 both IntlUHive. Key West has a royal Palm that __ __ I England b g

Mute he advertise nnd Hold mid, 14.IJ: rPHpeetivelv.' nnd "leprpBentthe amount I i Inir to $11:.16 r.I.: branches out into two trunks.A .
'the hmhcHt' l.lddeifur i ash n" taxes for the years I92ri in 19:17.: ALSO.: N' of SW' & sW % .of r ;
'%'!'lnl' by I MOIIHP Hill 3911 of the bnth ItlcltlBlve u.uoui ft lag tn 1141 40. SW'', & W"/j of !SUl, of SWAi ', fish market in Cocoa has a -.y 1

-::i Hi-ta df the Legislature, upon. ALSO: Wi., of NW'I 4 of NH'4 S\V >., of SI-Jl ii Kxiepl: W Iii regular winter visitor in Joe, the American Income Rises 1I I
fallow I Inff deBcrtbell leal I PHtatelli Sec.: I 11 Tp 7S. U 10 13. contalnIIIH Allen AMi of !Sl-I't: A> !Sl.:>/, of Costs r ,
]"." i futility, of Itradfold, Slate I of : 20 AcrPB 9115JSXcePt<< ] Ity Right of Wav Pelican. He flies to the market 13 Cent; Living
"a. '...wll': The lnxeH to be Hold HIP evidenceduy SW' AcleB) :Set1 Tp As
W In 4Vj lands on the doorstep and walksin In Year \
% of :NK'4" rlf NB14 & NW".iK'i /. certificates :NOB 6 and 16 nfII It. 22 contnlnlnK! 2HO AcreH, Cnts
,of* X less 8 At-re In NW ('or. I !I'':I2 and 14.14: i.exix-clIvely.' and rep- more or IPBB to collect Ash heads that are

' r.ss TI 1". 7 S, It. 22 E.. ,'ontO 1n- resent the unpaid taxes forenia The taxex to be Bold are .vlel..n..d saved for him.Sanford Herald.

|Th AcrxB, more or less. 1 19.11 to 1417! both lucltifivp amotint- by certificate' :NOB.: I lli.l' of 1124 respectively .
luxes to be Bold are evldvnr.nlfrllflinte .-- ?.
I $69,119. and leprenefit the taxes
NOB. 453 of 1934 re'itleely Ir'r'HOS'i of :NKI: :'', lS'( of for" Ihe yearn Ii21! to nil. bolh' In- MSITOKSYKVRNINO PURCHASING POWER
l and represent taxpn for !SeiII T7 S. It. 19 13.onlainlnK I 40.15.
NWVt i-luxl\e amotintinuT to> $ I.
"'yo. ,,, I'lll! to loll, both Inclu- ,' I 1110( ACIPH.The .\I,!>OI1'I'v' 'ICxept 1A Act.ex In Sitting out in the front office October. 1037. Compared I;

< niM.iiintlliK tn |62 48. taxes to bp Bold are evidencedl.v SV Ity lit of Way Sec. 2 T.... here, we become interested during
aId < I wIth 1936Is1oSI
I tux rerllfU-ateB together withiilweiiuent certlflcateH:: (9 I and 3D uf 1912: 5 1'1. It. 22 i 1-3;; contalillnK, 304AcreB October.
''' omitted I or Levied I and, I 191.1: renpectUely. nnd reprcHent' hole or '....H. some of those brief passing mo- 'f

[*d.r" will' I he Bold rllhoul.e: highest Ih,' taxes for the yearn 14.11 in 1917: The InxpB to lie Hold .are e%'(dentedbv ments of idleness through watching IVNo.cavIMIwsWOtI
ttt I the In 1 both IncliiHlve. ninoiinllnir tn $r 62.06. .e.tiricate. NOB. I H4 of 1I21! re.xppctuelv -
:irks; > on the 7th day of January ALM: N ". of :tOW'" of SC'j" A( ( and represent. Ihe ,taxes winter visitors a they stop at '

}Iwiwl y.,nt 11 'on o-iUM; hA'd: .NM of R"4 of :Nii: of SWI/4 S..... for the years. 1428 tn 111.11. both IncliiHlve. the old sour orange tree in the
*-- thlB the of DeT 12 IP. 7 1'1. H. 14! K., contumlnK I anioiintliiir '0 7111.117. 'ft
11(37. AI A(.,-..... more or leHHThe ALSO: R'.. of Nfo: ', & NUj( of vacant lot across. the way and look -
PFli'It' SKAF.: taxeH to be Bold, are evidencedby ;SKV of :NWl, & SWlnf' NW' wistfully at Its burden. t
.X .,. THOMAS: certificates' NOB 10 and 32 oftlM2 & s'i' of :NI31: of HW( & NWV golden I I Ii.j e'I.
I t'leik, of C'llTUlt I ('oil,'t tifm. \ and I I'l': :13 i-PHpectlvelv., I and rep-. of HWli! IV0'; of 1$: I'. '/, & NU.of I la pathetic to see them peer this

'Hmdfoid" I'ounty, Klin lil.i.M resent the tax"B for the yeaia 1931 SU (if !S1-314 N' -It.1.7 lo I Iti17.! both I ImhixUp I 'amoiinthlKlo i SW'., of SetlIt:I Tp 4 S. It. 22 I Il0 JI
| ';:; -- ;" "lo .' 4. 13iniainlnir, 337 Aien, morenr watching then surreptitiously and l
TU0p; 'I'"'.''' I"'If\o K 1 ,\ ,- S'i of NW'/i of 9.I'.4 A ingloriously "snitch" one of the
TIIKiil: Siof K1. of :M-Ji of :-W': At The .r.p; :; tu be Bold are evidenced t
I ."""" 111110 n. ",:" 515'.! of SWl | Ai M 21 .\ of SW' by certificate SOB. 254 of 1910.: re"c'lIv..ly. sour oranges all for the Bake of p...

i":1r'Ttl"I'. : IS MKitiiiYiivi-v.. : That (if SW'i< nf !ii"."'. 12 'ri'| 7 1'1. U. III! "", and repn-Bent. the taxes saying to their friends in the north "IFJEzI f ff
Inllr. holder' of Tux Orf.ati or both IncliiHlve
13 containing I I 80 Acres more for the years 1124! In 1111 -
;\O.0,7ri:, |1.,1. | the nth. day leHH. aiTinuntlnir lo IflOfi.73. "I actually picked an orange!" I I I

i""' A. l II. 11I21) haH filed earnS '1'IPiIuIPM to he Bold HIP. evidenced Said. lax teillfliateH 1 wether with There are plenty of vacant lots '
'"" rflP ,"nil hax mad' appllra- l.y celt, If Icn ten :NOB: I II I and .11: of ,all ,"h.'u..nt| ..nIII..I..r. Leviedraxex I r r
.,", a tax deed to .be issued I I-U2: : and, I '.t1: rexpe, ..lively and rep- will be Hnld to the highest about town. There are plenty of I, I.t I.

Ki i' "" hi ,'prllfh'"I" Pinbrac-e" ,.f..1. the taxen for Ihe yeal-H" 1111\ I bidder at I the ( ',,"r' hone.utoiir Instaike citrus trees in Polk. Under city I I.supervision 0
I, uhiK i ules'i'i n hued pioperty In I.. 1417': both ImliinKe. 1t1l".11,II II!ilK on Ihe 71, h., d.iy of January
y "f lliadford Stale of n't lot k A. :MI these lots could be setin i '
arid' ,. i h.iib637.: A l I'. I 'ItS nt I Ilno I o ; "Cc.
r--' to.witv"'ThiPB -; Said:: 1 lax lertlllcatpi. together with I 1.,1, thin the 17th day of Hncember. trees which would yield "free I .I t f
nf West half or "II Hul.Hi-iinent I omitted, I or Levied I !HIT IJN .

Tht':,'thu\ '",., ynarler' In Sedli.nhilti ....,.....,_- .rii... ... .I.'... .M.ilrl-..' to'u the highest 1 1i | SI-XL' I.. : fIl it" for vldtorl to the Sanctuary I
i ,
door In
TovVllMhlp. Seven, the Couilhoilne Ttli >niA.sClel
I..II.r\ ut' City. and no one who lives here i
.1 I
(' hl llanite Twenty-two 1-IaBt.: xinike, tin the 7th duv of .lantiniv' '. of ( Court ofItiadfoitl ,
? I 'Ir..ul
1>" i |hug Ten .\,.|...... "mnrtt or IHIM': lit I 11-00 I : o'l.'.In,.k A :Mliniid ( y, I"ii.riit.i.I I and sees citrus growing and developing -, I
Th' I thin the ITlh I day of I ieoeinber I -7. I -
.. I 2-24-It- under their eyes day "
'.n..nt 0' this said prop- ------ ever
t, I U'37.t. - ----- I
I "."..her. tho said cerUtll'ate 1MI'nl" ( ..l.9'hi'h..lSEA I.> $('IIOOI.ASSISMI1L' I can realize the poignant yen above chart illustrating the

I In, the nanie ..I J. P. PoltK. A. .1. TIIClMAtl: of -..-- I ists sometimes have to "pick an or riE to which the average
: saId certificate Ah..11 be I 'I..rlt..r Circuit Colllt '
'D'" I according 10 law the Brad font Comity Florida. Mr. Benson announced about a ange." The lots would b beautified American has beneflttetl from the "
IIY 'huserihed thereto will be rise In national Income during the''
''d 12-24-3I-1.7 a their value thus Increased the
'h.. that he give ,
highest bl"I..r al the -- month ago
"rt --- I twelve months la based
Y Inh"use' door on t he ft ret :lfnnIrh --" dollar to the student submitting city would be made lovelier and our I lat upon
thu. of Februrry, t93 %()' IC'K OF IPIM.ir ITION I--OII the monthly consumers' study of
i I. the 1 7''h.. tIsy, of Fpbrary, : 'h'. :\; DKKI.:.) the best joke during the month.In winter vl.ltor Immensely gratified j Investors Syndicate, of Mlnneapolli.
txrtmlr Hill \I. ln.1i read if this suggestion could become a 1
assembly Mr. Benson For dollar In the pockets of .
That every
: this 2 .... NOTICES
\HI. ot r> .m.rIPIAr -
l i7 day (eclt It Moore, holder of Tax Certificate the jokes handed In and they were project.Lake Vales News. Mr. and Mrs. Public In October.

SKAI) No. 401' 1. I iHxiird the 5th.. day the of the stu .- -.. 1838 there was tbanki to Improved '

.A -I I. THOMAS!I. of August A. l>. 1924 han filed samein judged by applause that New Yorkerson Income of every classification $ Four young unlvenlty made
li-rk i of circuit Court of my office and ha. mad applfca, den ts. It Is reported 1.1 Amere.1. .at a 12.01;

'. firs.tfurd County Florida. tton for a tax deed to be .Inaued Jokes that the average spend $9S a year la October. 1937. mile journey aaj bmAD. deoerta r. ,1
; embracesthe There were many
-' thereon. Said eeltlflcale' At the same lime the outgo for Calcutta to In
......(.rlhp,1 property In and furnished ua all more than they earn. Inda. Sltlmpt. 1.lt cummer. a "
.. following' ofb'lou'iilft were splendid I October 1)37. was only 11.09 com Chevrolet: coupe 40.00O miles when
State b I.
OT'. Bradtor" ,. _
.: nr ,H \I"J OF T' the ounty of with plenty of good laughs but l with (1 a year which they act out. The !*. ani highlight of the d
trip. 11
< .:II'rU'U' 'Wit .. to-wlt.: It I la often warmer in winter and pare earler.
r'5R\I" IIEItEUY iilVEN that South Half of Northwest Quarter the joke that made the greatesthit I and Mr*. Pblc cents Top left, John .'ul rhot..p Unlvemlfy Junior. .nd owner of

'r. hits riled with nil' uf Northwest Quarter except'or- with all was submitted by Nettle j cooler in summer when you are ahead on every dolar earning the ear, wielded at Allahabad. India. 84O milea

h''a rB'III..t that the IIIX "rut- Five Acres In :North' Kant In South the readers flyingNi mile high. This Increase In income northwest of Calcutta, at the end at a loaf, bard day. Top ;.
that rep
n"'Blhpr' or with all nubHetjueni tier and Coiner Two nf Acre North Half of Dowllng So -____-. ,, resents tbe average of the total Fuller with hla car outside Coaatsntinopto. Thee. of the four r"hl.

Ji hi,.,. MvnrtlHeil levied. taxes and held Hold by to the the :Northwent Wext Quarter of Northwest of our school page may also enjoya The days and nights; of Match 21 lar Incomes Involved In the 10101 forced to walk almost SO mllaa on this part of tbe trip, lifting wee..adpu.hln"

Iy' I l'"iVMr I ? r"r es"h all Providedih Quarter III Section Darnt, TwentyFive SoutbUaliyre good laugh we thought i a good and Sept. 22 are of equal length Ing gains per dollar; 1 the car 0..terrain utterly unauittd to driving.

.396 i of the 1917 act. of Townxhlp the prize winning cents on dollar center, Richard Lace and both of Penn
>" 'lature Twenty-Two) fc;axt. lontalnlnif idea to print throughout the world. every ; wage eanera. Lll. C7 Zajhn, St.t.
"l.n real upon the following Seventeen Ac'n"I1ur... 14 cents; salaried worker, cents; unusually difficult alleged "highway" "
estate In the County
'Ii wford, HtatH of Florida, or luBH.The the .Bald property joke.The minister at his Sunday throw all the liquor in the world anti other Income, 11 cents. 7.0feet up In the montaln Afghanistan.,. Rllbt. center, more ,
uf than 7,000 feet
I uaneaHment. Bald certificate .s- had delivered a Into the After his sermon Rents were up 10 cents on every up Donti.I' time in the
!l"'i W.4 of NW% of !Sec. under Ihe morning service rver. Swina near welcome I
cott.I'nl".s dollar last October after the :
of Chan. as "J" 1lort.
1 II 11. 22 ..;., containing mied waH In.ald the certifIcate name shall bredemned .. warm sermon on the subject ofiiTemperce he said >'Lt us all turn to page the same month of compare Syrian.. "/ .e

''by Th.r.,," more to be or iiolil lean.are evidenced ni-cnrdlnir tn law. the bemiil ," and had made the eighty-seven and to the great wit 2 cent.; miscellaneous fO Below, left. I* a picture ad by Ennne| Durrum of 1..rd. .
will I
I 1)54) a Noa. MHO And 153K property hldder at the statement In his closing remarks. ; song were up dv. cents, cloOxln pr he V.m. I.

f '.nt'U. unpaid respectively taxes and for rep2'Oy the- court, to house the door"highest on February the tint Mon 1038.) I that he wished he were able tol, "Let \j. Gather at the River." YC six cents.. 0 a Below, right, curious A. orrvaMd the car..11 ':.

I of
to 1937. both InclusIve, day In the month

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!. : : PAGE K1X BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FbURIDA .. .. _.. .. ,. .. .FRi".'-T. m......." ", ".

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I' IP Holiday Note In EvidenceAs Christmas ProgramAt Levy Canova, Jr., Honored On I A set of movable rthhead near the

,, ', \V. M. S. EntertainedBy Mission Hall 2nd Birthday AnniversaryLevy FAVORITE its hood.enables the cobra to spread!

Two Hostesses At the regular hour on.Tuesdayof Canova, Jr, son of Mr. and RECIPES .

t Ie/fA this week a program in keeping Mrs. L. A. Canova, celebrated his 1 i 'O'I'14'K'or. tins! : ?+ "--'- -r
DC (Ed. Note: The following article Friday ; :,,: "
LiilL[ with the true spirit of the season second birthday NOTion fFR'I %Y.lv,
set Into -- --
although already mother 1\-1;l ) -
was carried out in a program with afternoon, when his RIII".y: lr. I1mll 1 1 h,. filed 1 :,;: 'oar
omitted from the '
; was written tirye
type home
children at the Mission, Hall. entertained for him at their Mrs. D. P. Carpenter has had tlflcntea regneHt together; thnl 111. tax ."r.
last two Issues of the Telegraph with
until five o'clock. for her recipefor all vubM,:
There was capacity congregation from four numerous requests "IlIenl ornlltPd or I"v''d'
Christmas Party Given At Candle Light Vespers because of lack of and the Hall had been artistically Christmas decorations, consist- cranberry jelly. So we know hy the the hllfht'1 State be h"lIh'r Avert lur,Iu.d, Ixxe Nile, roll n"loI to

At Presbyterian ChurchThe space.) decorated In nature's own Ing of a beautifully decorated those of you who have been tryingto vld..1 hy "ou"e hill :::1"0" cueh 01 n..pro
and Mrs. Vining the 1"17
Home of Mr.
beauty in Christmas holly and cedar Christmas tree, sugar plum tree, get it will be glad to see it in 111. 01 the 1."I"III'"r., .. upon/ ihrtht

Pr j i:(' The home of Mr. and Mrs L. D candle light vesper serviceat A beautiful affair took place and through a large Star sus- and pine boughs, were used in the Telegraph this week. Accord- ('ountylef:I ::: 'lh..1 fll'RcJr..1! rP1l1.. estala\' Inh'lorlda
t last December 7 ,
I I + Vining was the scene Friday night the Presbyterian I Tuesday afternoon, over where the children making the home attractive for ing to Mrs. Carpenter you can'tfa.1l wltt: ""r
was beautiful and 'when Mrs. T, J. Griffin and Mr pended 11) ) 2.6 A In Sr f-
L, Christmas party Sunday evening or 01 <
of a beautiful stood could be seen a dim outlineof this delightful party. on this recipe. It always turns NWI10: 8:10: )'t 1 ";'. 101
4 P, !.a when Mrs. Vining, Mrs. W. A. Impressive. A crowded house I W. A. Fischer entertained the a face which all could recog- Little Levy greeted his guests out right. of NH'4' of SwLAG/. .I N A.:3X seataming '; }'I
N. D. Wainwright greeted the young people and when Woman's Missionary Society of: lion 13 Tp. i, =
Fischer anti Mrs. : nize as a supposed likeness of the at the door and received the gifts is 16 AereMrilure I.; "on.
Here it : .
'; Jr? entertained the mem- the benediction was pronouncedmany the Methodist church, at the homeof Christ whose coming to earth that were brought to him by his 1 cranberries The tear. to he "ulel|"| lIre IT, !""".
expressed their ap- the former. Business of the Society 4 cups or quart hv rerimrnte Nn.. "hl""ro"
class 10llN
t persons of
bers of their Sunday created such a stir that the eventIs friends. .. iJ":!" r..
water 1'lIv'y. ant .
and congratulationson for the coming and a 1 cup boiling repr|)i eat, ""
i The Vin Ing's home was tasteful preciations year still celebrated after two thous- After playing games the young 2 the year 1933 to )Q7.:! butte n nrHive.
ijf Inola|
Yuletide motif.the the lovely program. delightful social affair suitable to served refreshmentsof cups sugar nmountlnir II> $15.43.! :! -
ly decorated in the ,. and years. people were Sold' tax tortiriiati.H
+ 1 outstanding attraction being The artistic decorations were the Christmas season were cleverly The children, about thirty in ice cream and cake in the dining Cook the cranberries and water all u uent '', ,tog"thcr with'
of combined at this meeting.The rapidly until the skins burst. Put taxes will be Nnld] | \,::1Ih, hJ Levied
leaves baskets
r +1 a silvered tree decorated In silver of huge palm number, rendered their parts well room. The dining table was cover- cranberries through sieve, add su hld".r at the, (butghmr, i!, ?* ,fl,1"1"1'thB ,!
,? and blue. The color scheme of silver white narcissus and red poinsettias artistic decorations were and the congregational songs all ed with a lace cloth and was cen- foI'lul' Oil the 7th' Iny "I .In '
while dozens of tall white of the Yuletide season hold- gar-one cup for each cup of juice 193M al 1110o, o''hJl'k A. hl1)ntel nanry'
and blue was carried out in suggestive emphasized the theme of Christin tered with a birthday cake thin .
9 candles lent their soft light to the and this home was aglow Plates -and boll two minutes. Pour into 7th day ,, Oe-
every detail in the rooms where spacious Christmas and the fact was ing two lighted candles. comber, 1537.OFFICIAL.

p ti c the guests were entertained The scene. The decorating committeewas with greenery, red berries and Au- stressed that Santa Claus, fire- napkins and favors, carrying out glasses. ( A. ,.1.SIMM'i'I1u31.1S
{ ti j4' dining table was lace covered and composed of Mrs. R. T. Cald- tumn colored leaves. Potted poin- works and frlvilous pleasures the Christmas motif, added fur- <'>f'rk! of Clrrull i" .l ...r
bad as its central adornment a well Mrs S. E. Brownlee and Mrs. settia plants also added their should have no part in the celebra- ther charm to the table. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Glllison will 12.24-31-1-7.IIrnd fr
[ t blue bowl holding silver and blue H. H. Young. Ellery M. Davis andC. bright coloring to the charmingscene. tion of such a sacred though joy- About eighteen of Levy's little spend Christmas in Jacksonvillewith --- ---- -

fruit. Silver candles In silver hold- A. Knight acted as ushers, and out occasion. friends enjoyed the afternoon with Mr. Gillison's brotherinlawand <0.----____ ---0---

'r'' 1 ers balanced the arrangement. Richard: and Billy Jackson were Receiving at the door were the The following program was carried sister, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sear-
+ ; 111' During the evening a contest, candle lighters Mrs W J. Baker hostesses Mrs. Griffin and Mrs. out: Cunova was assisted in ing. I

i writing letters to Santa in rhyme and Miss Evelyn Stump arrangedthe Fischer and also Mrs. Carrie Songs by congregation=Praise serving and entertaining the Xmas Comes

was won by Mrs. E. K. Ferryman.Mrs. program which follows: Ritch. the Lord With Joyful Sound and guests by Mrs. R. G. KIJJ and Bet- Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll But Once

t'' 1 t Perryman was presented with 1. Organ solo-Prelude-Mrs. The retiring president, Mrs. A... "Angels' From the Realms of Glo ty Ann Flynn and baby, Lois Cornelia of Jack-

7 a harmonica as a reward for winning Ellery M. Davis. Wood, presided over the business ry." sonville, were guests last Thursdayof Every I

', I ; ''i the contest. 2. Come All Ye Faithful (J.Reudisng session and the devotional servicewas Instrumental music by the Dodd LETTERS TO Mrs. Carroll's mother, Mrs. F. 365 DaysII

1 k Vir- Carol of the conducted by Mrs. W. E. Mid- family. H. Long.
.I After a reading, given by 1692)) ; SANTA CLAUSStarke
of Christmas old Bohemian Carol) dleton Mrs. Fischer offered an Scripture Rea.dlng-from mem-
ginia Sewell, the singing Shepherds ( ; I
1 9rr, carols, Jimmy Sewell acting Deck of the Hall (Old Welsh Air) ; earnest prayer suitable to the ory-Lois Newsome. I Mrs. L. A. Duncan of Lake But-

t 4I1 T as Santa Claus presented the Silent Night (Gruber) ; by Louise close of the year and looking for- Prayer-Rev. G. W. Cutshaw. Fla. ler and Mrs. Charles Clogher of

s $ 1 guests with gifts Stern, Ida Lulu Davis, Marjorie ward to the new year and its Song-"Luther's Cradle Song" Dear Santa: Waycross, Ga., were guests Saturday -

it e' served ambrosia Davis, Katherine KInlaw, Merry work. The newly elected presi- -Mission Music Makers. I am a little girl five years old of Mr. and Mrs.I{. G. Dun-
.r The hostesses Montieth dent, Mrs. Fischer, gave an In- Three Recitations-"Living the and think I had better write you can.
Beth Knight, Margaret
(< and cake and Christmas candles Mr.to Margie Matthews Jean Davis, di- spiring talk and spoke highly of Christmas Spirit by Lois New- and tell you I want a doll, a tri- [

1 the following guests present: rected Mrs. Baker and accom- the work done the past year under some; "Christmas :Morn," Eva cycle, stove, tea set, dresser for
and Mrs. D P. Carpenter, Mr. and by Mrs. H. K. Roberts and daughter -
1 1 doll to and tent big
the leadership of Mrs. Wood, Todd; "Candles Of Joy Mary my use a
Mrs M. F. Brown, Mr and Mrs. panied by Mrs. E. M. Davis. and Tal- !
Margaret, Wesley
J'i to in when it rains.
and also talked of the comingyear's Mersereau. enough play
'. i and Mrs. C. 3. Reading-A Christmas Legend I I
Mr. for
{ C. H. Nasworthy, work. Quartette-"Calm On The List- I'll be looking for you Christmas madge Shuler, left Tuesday
t t B. Gillison Judge and Mrs. E. K. -Miss Lucile Mitchell. Tampa to spend the holidays with I
j Perryman, Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Mc- 4. Violin solos-A ChristmasStar Miss Kate Struth, superintendent nlng Ear Of Night. morning. Love relatives. Mrs. Isola Shuler will -

Lendon. Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Mary Alice Yarbrough. Go- of Baby Specials gave an excellent Three Readings-"Long, Long leave Friday to spend Christmaswith
Ann Dinklns
Ing to Bethlehem, Fay Yarbor- report of her work and Ago, Ida Lee Silcox; "MinnieLee's Jo
i ; y ; Smith, Mr. and Mrs W. H. Hart, them.
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long, Mr. and ough. Accompanied by Louise the amount given by the parentsfor Wants, by Minnie Lee Eng-

? t { Mrs. W. N. North Mr. and Mrs. Stern. each baby enrolled. Part of lish; "A Greeting," by Jimmie Mc- Starke, Fla. TRAIN SCHEDULE Treat yourself to a feast I

p i. W. B. Sewell Mr. and Mrs. Jim 5. Vocal trio-Virgin's Lullaby this money will be used for local Rae. Dear Santa Claus: with us on that day and $
Happy Christmas I am a little boy seven years Schedule of trains here
work and part sent to help less Song-"Oh arriving en'l
; Ritch, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Benson, (Perry) ; No Candle was There
boys and old. I to schol and I am In the to without home-cooking
Mr. and Mrs. Sam, Anderson, the (Lehmann) ; He Shall Feed His fortunate children.In Day, by twenty-six go daily Subject change joy our

[ Rev. W. A. Fischer Mrs. Isola Flock (Handel) ; Miss Evelyn behalf of the Society, Mrs. girls third grade. I like my teacher notice. other day in 1938.MERRY !) .
I Three Readings "A Joke On fine, so bring me a power house, Southbound-Due Starke I
f Zr, Shuler, Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid, Stump, Jean Davis, Mrs. Baker, Griffin In a few well-chosen
t, y Miss Lucille Kennedy, Virginia accompanied by Mrs. Davis. words presented to Mrs. J. W. Santa," by Marlon (Tiny) McRae" ; tractor jack blocks, dump truck, No. 1-Local_______ 11:25: p. m. .
Men Then and Now, Flor- derrick bag of blocks, logging
''I : Sewell, N. D. Wainwright, Jimmy 6. Scripture and prayerDr.R. White a handsome hand-bag, be- "Wise No. 15 Local_______ 4:30: p. m -
Mersereau The Glad Christ- chain, disc harrow, road scraper i
y ence ; :
of her service to the
[ Sewell, and L. D. Vining. T, Caldwell. cause organ- No. 107-Through____ 10:05 a. m.
mas Day," Betty McRae. and pully cord, new sky airplane
ization. Years ago Mrs. White No. 191-To Miami__ 10.39p.m.: XMAS: t
7. Vocal solo-Oh, Holy Night served as treasurer, then ten yearsas Dialogue-"The Christmas Ques- flyer and some fire crackers. Northbound Due Sturke

(Adam), Miss Evelyn Stump. president and for the past tion," by Geo. Powell, Bobby Mc- Your little friend, -

8. Piano solo-Romance (Schu- twenty years as secretary. Rae and Georgia Gilpin. Samuel Leon Ren f roe. No. 2-Local_______ 5:30: a. m & SEASON'S (JREKTIM.SORANGE : (;

mann), Miss Marjorie Stump. In November the following offi- Recitation-"There Is A Bethle- No. 16-Local_______ 11:28: a. m. i

9. Vocal trio Lo, How a Rose cers were elected for 1938: Presi- hem," by Ellen Mersereau. Lake Butler, Fla. No. 108-Through____ 5:03: p. m.

E'r Blooming (Pratorius) ; Gloria dent, Mrs. W. A. Fischer; vice Special Number by the Dodd Dear Santa Claus: No. 192-Through____ 6:29: a. m. I

r u ,i if (De Andrla); Gesu Bambino; by president, Mrs T. J. Griffin; recording family. I am seven years old and In the Htarke and Waumee BranchNo.

4 4I Miss Evelyn Stump, Miss Jean Dialogue-"If Christ Had Not high second grade. I love my
f secretary, Mrs. E. K. Per- 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m.
Davis, Mrs. Baker, accompaniedby ryman; corresponding secretary, Come" by nine boys and girls. teacher, too. I want a Shirley Tem- No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p. m. BLOSSOM CAFE I

Mrs. Davis Miss Olive Ray; treasurer, Miss Solo-"While Shepherds Vigil I ple doll and a toy piano please, [ T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent.

10 Reading Leisure-Miss Amelia Ray; superintendent mis- Kept," by Gladys Johnson. I bananas and some and candy, nuts That oranges will be, Seaboard Airline Railway. ___ ___"_'__9
Worth apples.
Lucile Mitchell. sion study, Mrs. A. Wood; supt. Two Readlnga-"Things I
all for this time for I know all the
; Remembering. Joe English; "A
t'' t 11. Violin solo Adoration (Be- supplies. Mrs. H. B. McLendon;
I Every Christmas Wish 'Barney McRae. rest of the little boys and girls
rowskl), Mrs. Baker. chairman Christian social rela-

bt .' Good Wish 12. Joy to the World, sung by tions, Mrs. L. A. Davis; chairman Quartette-"Silent Night," by want something.Your. WIN WIN WINHall's
little friend
Gladys Johnson, Florence Merse- ,
congregation and choir. local work, Mrs W. E. Middleton;

41 that we 13. Benediction, Dr. Culdwell. chairman Baby Specials, Miss reau, Margaret Gilpin and Geral- Helen Whitehead.

I can think of Kate At Struth.the December meeting the dine Two Silcox.Readings-"Life, Posses- Lake .Butler, Fla.

Mrs. C. I. Managua will have as Silcox Dear Santa Claus: GroceryMARKET
is yours circles were divided as follows: sions and Time, Ruby ;
her guests during the holidays, Mr. Circle Number One: Mrs. Charley "Heavenly Lights Geraldine Sil- I am six years old and In the
and Mrs. A. S. Manassa and
second grade and I love my teacher -
E. Johns, chairman Miss Olive
f x BRYANT'S CAF daughter, Ann, and Phillip Manas Ray, vice-chairman ; Mrs. W. B. cox.Song "Gather the Golden too. Santa, please bring me a
sa, of DeLand, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. & LUNCHWin
Parks, secretary Mrs. Carrie Grain by the Congregation. car, ball, some nuts, apples, or-
1 White,. of Feinandina and HenryMuna.isu and bananas. That's all this
_ _ Ritch, treasurer; Mrs. H. B. Mc- Prayer-By the Rev. L. G. Hem- anges -
4 of McGehee, Ark. time for I know you will have to Each'WeekAsk I
Lendon, Christian Social relations; ingway. $3.00 Trade
bring the others boys and girls
Mrs. O L. Mrs. A. Wood --
Haynes, ,
-- I
]t' r, I Rennolds something, too. Us About This
Mrs. Bynum Perkins, Mrs. E. S. Mr. and Mrs.
Your little friend,
Matthews, Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Mrs.A. --
Entertain with Christmas
Ruth Whitehead. FLOUR 12 lb. .37c24; lb. 67c
W. Anderson Mrs. Titus Olson ; .
Mrs F. H. Lang Mrs. L. F. Lawtey, Fla.

t Smith Mrs. T, J. Griffin, Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Rennolds Dear Santa Claus: RICE, Fancy Blue Rose, 5 Ibs ____.. 15c

W. White, Mrs. A.. H. Green, Mrs. were delightful hosts Friday night I am a little boy nine years old

H. B McLendon, Mrs. J. H. Fields, when they entertained In their and I've tried to be good and I OAT MEAL, 2'/2 lb. pkg. ______._ 15c
Mrs. J. P. Warren Mrs. E. K. Per- home on South Walnut St. with a want you to bring be a tractor, an

ryman, Mrs. Carl Johns. Christmas party. ice truck a game, a gun and hol- MEAL Fresh Waterground 10 lb. 19c
Circle Number Two: Mrs L. A. The lower floor of the home ster and lots of fruits and nuts ,

Davis chairman; Mrs. W. E. Mid- where the guests gathered was and candy and don't forget all the

e +. dleton, vice-chairman; Mrs. L. D. beautifully decorated in the other little boys an girls, too. LARD, Best Compound, Lb.._.. .____ 10gPOTATOESTlO

I Green, secretary; Mrs. Hogan Christmas colors of red and green.
I t Lovingly, 13c
: of set- : ; lb. U. S. No. 1 ,
SEASON'S GREETINGS I Smith, treasurer; Mrs. D. E. Three tables progressive I Richard Carter.
Knight Christian Social relations; back were enjoyed throughout the

& To One and All Miss Amelia Ray, press; Mrs. W. evening.At Brooker, Fla. COFFEE 100 Pet. Pure, Pound __ 12c

j P. Smith, Mrs. S. S. Dowling, Miss a late hour the guests were Dear Santa:

r From Kate Struth Mrs. Miriam Kick- Invited Into the dining room. The I am a little school boy goingto Northern or Baby Lima Beans, Lb. 5c

liter, Miss Amy Coburn Mrs. Olin table was attractively decorated, school every day. I have a real

W. White Mrs. Sam Anderson, having as its central embellish- nice teacher. She is so good to No. 2 Can Standard Corn 3 for 20c
Mrs. A. W. Redgrave, Mrs. Pearl ment a miniature Christmas tree,
.r Simpson, Mrs W, H. Struth, Mrs. covered with novelty gifts for each please bring me a few GRITS Fresh Medium 10 lb., 20c
guest. things for Christmas: a mouth ,
-- u'.''.,''.,''' .;. ., '. ,
-- --- uiiimiiiiuiiuiiiuiuiuiiiiiiiiGREETINGS served
r Mrs. Rennolds a tempting harp, football, color book, pocket 20c
i salad course to those present. book and knife, some fruit and Quart

some candy.

( r- Card of ThanksWe Thanking you., I will close, your BREAD, 3 loaves __ __ ?5c
h little friend.

MERRY 1 1I wish to express our heart- -J. C. Melvin. DILL PICKLES, Quart IOc
felt thanks to those who extended FOR CHRISTMAS EVE

Ii : their sympathy and help in our recent BACON, Best Side, Lb. 14c

I bereavement. We also wishto Set the candles all ashlne

I r I express our appreciation for the With their bravest light; TOMATOES, Standard No. 2 can .6c

many beautiful flowers sent. Hang the frosty evergreenIn

Mrs S. L. Prescottand each room tonight. Macaroni 10c
I Santy children. or Spaghetti, 3 pkgs. ,.

------- Deck the Christmas tree with
i c-"I has to make good t A. Z Adkins Mrs. W. A. Bessant, stars; CHUCK STEAK or ROAST Ib _J5}

STIIA- L. S. Mrs. J. F.
Jr., Mrs. Hutto
i Loud It with lovegivingOnly l2'/zc
time to get around to ColleyAt selfless hearts may know PORK STEW, Pound y__ _
conclusion of business, -
the asocial

I?. 1 I YULETIDE'GREETINGS' everyoneNO half hour was thoroughly Ecstasy of I living. PURE APPLE JELLY, 12oz. Jar 10

enjoyed and at this time the hostesses -
Carolers are all about,
I. ,I I, I ru assisted by Mrs. Carrie Chimes the winds are bringing; FANCYBANANAS,4Ib. __ 15

I May the coach at (your door bring you all the Hitch, served a tempting salad And drifting softly down the
course. The guests! were
i 4 I joys of this happiest of seasons! WONDERHE into the dining room where Mr*. ;years) KITCHEN MATCHES 3 boxes

iy We appreciate your patronage and wish for Sound of angels singing:
r I you USES E. L. Matthews poured coffee and '

I a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Miss Madge Middleton poured tea I ___ 1
t "Peace on earth- Oh, let us
+,, I GOOD GULFGASOLINE from a beautifully appointed table .
\ (Drawing will be held Friday at 4 p. m., this week covered with a lace cloth and And keep heed with! prayerful mirth NO. 2 CAN PEAS Standard _

rs Instead of centered by miniature Christmas
q' ,, Saturday) a This the
night when Heaven came
tree. Also served from the table down FLORIDA CHOPS Lb. ? _
were toasted nuts mint. and candied -
GREEN'S STORE To dwell In homes of earth
orange peel; and the favors ASPIRIN TABLETS. Box
Lucile -
r MR. AND MRS. L. J. GREEN I on each plate were tiny red berries -By Hargrove Reynolds In I -
The Pro re8llive Farmer.
I E. C. PRIEST and leaves tied with red ribbon.

II I The dining room mantlepiece was of the room. I MERRY CHRISTMAS

II DISTRIBUTORrmmwaatawinnwnuerremre.wwHUrwnaerm.M i banked with greenery red berries Awiomg the guests was the pas-

I 1 and pine cones and In the fireplacea tor, the Rev W. A. Fischer, whose I FREE DELIVERY _

,. ''' .''' !' '' .. huge log fire added to the cheer presence was much appreciated

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Mrs. Edward Burns was a busi- Dr. and Mrs W. E.: Middletonwill I to fly the .ships and drop thebombs Ethiopian Bis/'Op'Speaks- ,;

ness visitor In Fernandina Tues I have as their guests Christmas TOO LATE and I was Just, wonderln

day. Mr. and Mrs E. L Middle- If you'd'thought about that when
Conzos V Checlzzll 81 years of
Bits of ton, of Jacksonville. you were mouthlrf soiree,,about
TO CLASSIFY age and an Ethiopian Bishop
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall, of Tal- what ,ought to be done." spoke at the colored school in Reno
lahassee, will be guests Christmasof Mrs. James Shepherd of HilliardIs I agree with you, John, the
I nr H..IIIIE. K",Yrrrrt.rn Tuesday night to a group of white
Mr and Mrs. W. L. Wall. the guest of her son-ln-luw and bombing of, the Panay and other
and colored "Has God
PrrM A..a. people
l : Florida
Ux NeWs daughter, Mr. and Mrs C. A. I American ships in Chinese waters Forgotten Ethiopia?" He predicted -
was unfortunate, but I hardly feelit
L. A. Davis spent Tuesday In Knight.Mr. that the Ethiopians would Has
The other evening I met a friendon
declaration of
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Fernandina with his mother, Mrs. Justifies a war, and free themselves before the
the street. He had his arms i
and since has humbled her-
Mary Davis. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling and I I Japan spring of 1938. The bishop was a
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN laden with Christmas packagesAs self as never before in her history
family will be guests Christmas large man. over six feet tall, and
I he waited for our car conver- to make amends
Miss Dorothy Sapp and Miss Day of Mr. and Mrs J. J. Bra fining meeting every though It was evident that he was
sation turned to the ,grave Inter- demand of our government, itseems .
Myrtice Killingsworth spent Monday In Hampton. national situation. very old his carriage and speech ,i
to me that we might give
In Jacksonville showed not at all. The
L- "There aln t no use our wrlttin heed to the admonition of One who it man ; y
and! Mrs. E. L. Matthews Mrs. Jake Roberts will spend the Mrs. B. M. Fussell, Mrs. P. M. he carried a book full of pictures and
pr I notes to them damn Jape, suys, came long ago at this season! ,
meat tae week-end In Jacksonville. I IIrs. holidays In Brooker with relatives. Mrs. O. J. Griffin, of St. Augus- Barefoot, Mrs. L. O. Hazen, and "we ought to send some bombersover with the message "Peace on Earth, interviews of him clipped from papers o

I tine, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. A. E. McKinney spent Tuesday there and blow hell out of Good Will Toward Men." all over the country, Includ-

) J. H. Fields spent Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. Ethel Biggs. in Jacksonville. 'em." It Is the lose talk of thoughtless ing New York City and Buffalo, 'I 1

|u Jacksonville. daughter, :Miss Martha Brownlee "Not changin' the subject or Individuals, picked up and amplified and said that he had come to this

spent Tuesday In Jacksonville Miss Mary Canova, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinneywill nothin, John" I remarks, "but that often leads men and nations country eleven months ago to tell \

The Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd will spend Crrlstmas with have as their guests Christ how old is that boy of yours- Into situations from which : us about the condition, of his country -

spent Monday: In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gray and her mother, Mrs. E. E. Cnnova. mas Day Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mllli- haven't seen him now for several they find It impossible to recede. "I find that ninety percent of

family will spend the holidays in can, of Palatka. years" As we In America approach. an- the people here sympathize with

Joan Dobrow, of Ft. Meade, is other Christmas Benson, Insteadof the, Ethiopians," he said.
. Col. and! Mrs. H. V. Knight spent Apalachlcola with relatives. At the mention of his boy the
the guest of her grandparents, Miss Marjorie Benson a student permitting our hearts and mindsto .-- -
in Jacksonville.Sgt. hard look John's face softened,
I Tuesday Mi. and Mrs. B. Jacobs. at the Florida State College For become poisoned with the ve-
Miss Snookle of Examination for VisitorsA
Corpening, I his set Jaw relaxed "You oughtto
---- ----- Women is spending the holidayshere nom of malice, hatred, and 111 will,
Jacksonville. Is the house of "
guest beamed. "He1
him he
Hancock of Jackson see ,
; J. T. Miss Mr, and Mrs. W. B. Sewell) and with her parents, Mr. nnd I we should, offer up a prayer of
I the guest Monday night Kitty Hogsed.Mrs. nineteen and a handsome devil if third examination for the
ville i was Mrs. J. H. pur-
family will visit in Leesburg and Benson fervent thanks that In a sorelytroubled
Id LI. and Mrs. T. T. Long. -- -- --- Burtow I do say so myself. Just got home pose of establishing an eligible list
during the holidays. world we are still at
Jessie Livingston, of Tam-
school last night.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johnson and from of persons seeking appointmentsas <
still free
peace we are a people,
is ,
the holiday of Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and daughter, Margaret, of Jacksonville "Ever visualize him, mangle and despite our problems and difficulties visitors unit supervisors, or district -
REA.LESTATE Mrs. E. S. Matthews Mrs. A. E. McKinney were visiting were guests Sunday afternoon I And crushed, half burled In the we stand today among the directors with the State Welfare -

friends In Palatka Sunday. of Mr. and :Mrs: H. L. Brownlee. : slime and mud of a foreign soil : nations of the earth favored beyond Board will be held Saturday

Mrs. E. J. Dowling was visiting -- --.---- with a flock of buzzards circling the status of any other. February 26 In each of the slate'stwelve
friends in Gainesville Tuesday aft Miss Evelyn Stump Is spendingthe _______ I overhead ?" I asked. districts. Application
As we assemble at the family I
IF YOU WANT TO ernoon. Christmas holidays in New Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs.T. "Good God, man." he stammered health-side this Yuletide season, blanks may be obtained from '

York City with relatives. T. Long will leave Saturday fora paling, "how can you say sucha let either district or state headquar- ,
|BUY, SELL OR RENT Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perrymanand few days' visit with their mother ghastly thing?" us not forget that the occasion ters.
goes farther und deeper than the
family spent Wednesday in Mrs. Jeanette Klncaid will upend Mrs. W. T. Jackson in Bacon- It Isn't a very pleasant
tinsel and tissue that surrounds
Jacksonville. Christmas in Tampa with her parents ton, Ga. ,' thought," I admitted, "but you Let us realize that the ability us.to .

WILSONREALTY Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. encouraged it with your tirade FORGIVE Is often
Phillip Roberts of Tallahassee Al Kay Carlisle, a student at about bombin the Japs. You know as Important
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CO. will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.R. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinneywere the Bolles Military School in Jack- it's boys like yours that will have ait those the who ability to GIVE and that

R. Prevatt and Miss Marguerite business visitors In Jacksonville sonville, Is spending the holidays unselfishly CIVIC of
Prevatt the Mr. and Mrs L. C. Ray and Mr. themselves lire the only ones who
during holidays. here with his parents, Mr and
i Wednesday.Mrs. and Mrs. Laurie G, Ray of Jacksonville truly live und understand the real
Mis. J. B. Carlisle.
will be Christmas Day as Joy and happiness of the day we
Ethel Biggs and children guests of Mrs. J. W. White. term "Christmas."
Miss Vonda Inman student at
Dottie Sue and Bobbie, were recent And now, having unburdened
visitors in Jacksonville. the University of Alabama, In Tuscaloosa Miss Marguerite Prevatt I lit myself of the more serious to Our ManyCustomers

is spending the holidays spending the holidays here wither

HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. R. R. Prevatt and Miss here with her mother, Mrs. Von parents, Mr. and Mrs. ''R. R. thoughts themselves that upon me came on this crowding occa

We appreciate the splendid patronage accorded this Marguerite Prevatt spent Mondayin da Inman. Prevatt. Miss Prevatt Is a member sion, I take this opportunity to

store and want to assure our customers and friends that Jacksonville.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mills and School.of the faculty of the Bell high wish you and yours I n most Merry --.-

we will continue with the same purpose and aims. Offer- daughter Miss Elizabeth Mills, of and Joyful Christmas and a .
K. G. Duncan and Mrs L.
ing quality merchandise at lowest prices. Jacksonville Bright Happy and ProsperousNew And Sincere j
will be
D. Vining spent Tuesday morningin guests Christmas I Mrs. C. S. Lindsay and daughter Year.

"Always Your Money's Worth and More"at Jacksonville. Day of Mr. and :Mrs: F. }<', Miss Evelyn Lindsay, of Win. But I shouldn't be taking anymore THANKS \

Flume. ston-Salem, N. C., will arrive Sun-
the of your time when you have for Your
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson will day for a visit with Mrs. Lindsay so many last minute details to
Mrs. S. F. Hamrick left Thursday brother and sister-in-law "Mr. and
STAR WORKINGMAN'S STORE spend Christmas in Jacksonvillewith look after, so I'll leave you now Patronage"Hay ;
relatives. for Savannah, Ga., to spend I Mrs. D. P. Carpenter.Mr. .
Starke Fla. Christmas with her soninlawand with the timely thought that a
mighty nice to do
Mr. and Mrs. L. Ray Marsh, of daughter, Dr and, Mrs. C. W. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson, would be to thing drop in the right newspaper now-
Denny. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson and
Fenton, Michigan, spent last week '
office and pay your respects, Chrlatnian bring! to
with Mr. and Mrs J. H. Lord. children, Lyle and Janet, and Mr or better still Good Cheer,
your subscription.You you
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee will to :
go and Mrs E. M. Davis and daughter -
know a dollar or so extra at
Mrs. T. K McClane and son ore Gainesville today to upend the hol- Jean, will spend Sunday I In this season In
idays with her son In-law and Archer with Mrs.1o Anderson. comes mighty han- :
visiting relatives in Gainesvillethis mma For hrlttnu comes but
Seriously dy to a country editor.Presbyterian ,
week. < daughter. Judge and Mrs. A. V. once Each fl
Long. ----- .- ----- Yearl"z
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YOUor Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and Miss Eva Miss Martha Brownlee has returned ChurchThe .

SUPPOSE Rigdon spent Wednesday in Jack- Mr and Mrs., George C. White, to her home here after subject of Dr. R. T. Cald- SISTRUNK'SFEED \

sonville. I Frances White and G. W. Alder- spending two weeks In Gainesville well's sermon for Sunday, morningat
I man, of Tallahassee, are here as the guest of her brother and the Presbyterian Church will & SEED

some member of your family while driving your M. A. Bennett, of Atlanta, Ga., :, spending several days with rela- sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John be: "Drifting and Driftwood." The

car ran into a child on a bicycle, or had one of the was the guest the first of the week j tives. M. Brownlec. Christian Endeavor meets at 3:30: STORE $

hundreds of other accidents that happen very day? of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bryant. I -_ --- o'clock In the afternoon. \
Mrs. E. E. Canova will have '
Mr. and Mrs. Olen L. Livingsleft asher
Naturally you would regret it, but that would not .
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and Thursday for Andalusia and guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
settle the claim Brother this should
you. daughter, Ida Lulu, spent Monday Elba, Ala., to spend Christmas F. A. Canova and daughters Mary FLOWERS AS NEAR TO YOU i
have serious consideration NOW know
your you morning in Jacksonville.Pate with their parents Mr.\ and Mrs.J. Anne and Carolyn, Mr. and Mrs. .1.
you could be the next one. There Is always a first I N. Livings and Mr. A. Cobb. J. Canova and son, John, all of AS YOUR TELEPHONE >-

time for everything. Gas.sett, Miss Jewell Gas- Gainesville and Miss Mary Canova FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J

See us today and get Liability policy on your car. sett and Mrs. Errol Alvarez and Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and of Jacksonville.
Miss Virginia'" Alvarez were visit- children are spending the holidaysIn g
The cost is nothing compared to the grief you would FILLEDARTISTICALLYECONOMICALLY ,
have without it.HAROLD. ing in Jacksonville Sunday. Inverness with :Mr.: and Mrs. J. Dr. und Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and

A. Landrum. Mr Landrum will small son, Carl Clifford, Jr., and PROMPTLY .
Elbert Edwards arrived Monday join his family Christmas Day Miss Gloria Johns, of Jacksonville,
from Cheraw. S. C., to spend the will spend Christmas Day herewith Starke ,

C. WALL, AGENCYAll holidays with his mother, Mrs. Mrs. T. A. Steele and family and Mrs. Mendoza's parents, Mr. i'

form of dependable! Insurance Mae Edwards. Mrs. F A. Moore, all of Gaines- and Mrs. T. J. Griffin.

ville, will spend the Christmas hol- ,
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins idays with Mr. and! Mrs. J. B. Mr, and Mrs. C. K Ward returned ; T.
will have as their guests Christmas Sapp. to their home here last week = '

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy, of after a week's stay In Marietta f.! --- I'V

Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart and Ga., where they were called be-

-.- Miss Lucille Kennedy will spend cause of the illness and death of -

Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls will Christmas in Baxley, Ga., with Mr. Ward's sister, Mrs. Homer
spend Christmas Day in Lake City Miss Kennedy's parents, Dr and Lewis. )
Il ft Sauls' sister Mrs. Mrs. F. D. Kennedy.
with Mr. Myr- -----

N .fr i'ISEZ tice Hawthorne. Little Ernest Wells, Jr., son of WITH CONFIDENCE
: Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark, of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wells, of

Mrs. A. S. Crews Is making an Miami, arrived Wednesday night Lawtey, Is resting In the Gill Hos-

Indefinite stay in Jacksonville and to spend Christmas with Mrs. pital here, following an operation .There. 1 i. GULF LIFE .,
while there she is a guest at the Clark's pal'entsJr.:: and Mrs. N. for removal of appendix Wednes- I
I you-atk "kit .Mbtancc h "
Andrew Jackson Hotel. D. Wainwright.Miss day night prep tlag .

prop n Art. will ...... YOUR r..cIII
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova Mignon SJ SOD, of Raleigh Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Gay and chil-

: and children, Paul III and Norma, N. C., will arrive today to spend dren have returned from Home- Independence

are holiday guests of Mrs. Paul E. the Christmas holidays with her stead where they went for the ,7 p.P- _

Canova Sr mother, Mrs. R. A. Weeks and Mr. celebration of the Golden Wedding ,

a Weeks, at Brooker.Mr. anniversary of Dr. Guy's parents,

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand Mr and Mrs. A. J. Gay. The day

daughter, Madge, will upend and! Mrs. L. D. Vining left was observed Monday with a dinner -

Christmas in DeLand as guests of today for Miami to spend Christ- at the Woman's Club In Homestead -
-- -,-----.-.---,----.-.---.. Col. and Mrs. J. E. Fu tch. mas with Mr. Vining's brother and attended by twenty-nine In- a!!.

sister-in-law:: and Mrs, Burton mediate members of tne Gay family. .'
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Vining. .
Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Ritch will u

spend Christmas In Gainesvillewith --- -- a, "1iIOEL !

Mrs. Ritch's father, Mr. S. Friends of Joe Edwards Jr., will I IB
H. Demore. be pleased to learn that !e Is now I
-- employed in the Congress Hotel in I IST :

Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan and Miami Beach and can be reacheda. "T'

:: son. Rasper, and R. F. Theis were that address. : 'WJtltf S; I ,

guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. T. \
y 1t I E. Duncan in Gainesville. Paul Knight, a student at the _11..11I...._ ...11R>t......... 1

Cincinnati Conservatory of Music ?

Miss Madge Middleton and Mar- In Cincinnati, Ohio, ii spendingthe .,
Chrstmas with his I take this opportunity of i
jorie Sue Middleton spent the holidays {:
week-end In Jacksonville with relatives parents. Col. and Mrs. D. E. inning my many friend! .

Knight.Mr. my heartfelt brut wishes '' '

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for this happy season AndI '
Mrs. E. it!. Thomas and son, Victor and Mrs. R. E. Anthony and As the year 1937 draws to a close, we wish' to express r

I Thomas, will spend Christmas two children, John and Bobby hope that everyone re- our sincere appreciation to our friends and customers .

I In Green Cove Springs as guestsof Anne, of Henderson, Texas, were cakes his rnranure! of for their loyal patronage- to wish each and every "

c Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Alex- one of you a- .1,
ander Tuesday. The Anthony's Merrie

G. H. Bennett spent several were en route to West Palm Christmas

days this week in Jacksonville Beach. .
--,---- ----------- with his son-in-law and daughter, Merry Christmas }

.. air and Mrs. Randolph Boree.! Congressman and Mrs. R. A. .
a-------- ---------- Green, of Washington, D. C., returned !- SheriffA. and a ;':

Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Duncan will to their borne here! Sundayto

lave as their guests Christmas upend .the holidays with Congressman O. ANDREUAt Happy New Year ::

IT PAYS Te BUY ATSTERNBERG'S Day: Mrs. L. A. Duncan of Lake Green's parents, Mr. ,
Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Far- and Mrs. W. H. Green. Mrs. Green Your -r\Ue

sell of Portsmouth Va., and Mrs ,will also visit: her parent. Mr. and TIP TOP GROCERY

S. B. There and little daughter, Mrs. T. A. Harris, In Gainesville, Day and :Night I

Shirley, of Jacksonville. during the holiday


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I !" "'LORIU.\ FACTS; IN SHORT' r.\U.\HR/U'IiS I .
'I' ) Sea Island
If. in Florida this fff
cotton produced
year was equal In texture and Rivers -

!: '' Hints To Housewives RURAL strength of staple to that grownIn WEST PALM BKACH .A 17- Buford, answering those who

the state In the early 1900s be- year-old negro confessed today to contend that the Supreme Court .

+ trOl- I COMMON SENSE fore the boll weevil's arrival, according more than sixty burglaries here In litigation Is not being disposed of .

+ 4/ We kly home Demonstration to J, Lee Smith, State the past three months Police aa expeditiously as Justice demands \ c: .
r Specialist, Tnllahniwea. By SPUDS JOHNSON Agricultural Extension Service; Chief R. W. Milburn said. The points out that during the t _

agronomist. youth was booked aa Frederick' period from January 1930 to Jan- ., .:L
FEE INDUSTRY Mr. Smith, who was In chargeof Berrlen Milburn said Several -
OLD-TIME: CIIIU T\I.\S: ('JTRI H persons uary 1937 the Supreme Court of
GOODIES .\IDS FLORID GKOWKKS Extension Service work with whOHe houses have been looted Florida has disposed of more cases
J '
SOtITH'8 CATTLKMKN: Sea Island production In Florida lad as the ..
AND identified the negro I than any other court of final appellate A.. .
t Bj Iwibelle H. Thur"b.>' which Is bring- this year examined samples of "barefoot burglar" who escaped jurisdiction in the United . ..
i ; Extension Economist In Food A new Industry of dollars annually most of the staple that was grown when caught inside houses States and gives as authority for .. ""._
ing .
submit- -
and received the samples -- -.-- ". .
('o lwn'"Uon needed this statement figures compiled! by ) -
Florida and providing .
to ted in the quality cotton contest --1--1P .. ..
To give real joy at Christmas additional feed supplies for tne conducted by Nathan Mayo state the West Publishing Company
these delicious In which published reports of all
friends been developed
serve your Southeast has
commissioner of agriculture. DELAND.Florida Is expecting -
; + and candies. courts of final appellate jurisdiction .._
citrus -
cookies state's -
+ k The home-made following\ are especially\ choice over" i belt.recent A years former In waste the product In Fine Florida Sea before Island cotton the boll producedin weevil 100.00O about trallerites 50,000 trailers this season and about ando In this_ country.A !! >::.o;; .3! _;.1Jf ,,'<<'; 11.tt:: ; ,,!- J

will -
and "go has -
old-time recipes the citrus canning Industry
and other factors destroyed pro- : take care of this tremendous
r t : ,b hj'', big. They aren't merely Christmas been converted into citrus pulp, duction of this crop had fine texture Influx there has been a feverish A WKT IDM..\ Two models of the 1938 Ford lamps In the tips of rear tender

sj candles and cookies but all-year- an excellent feed for beef cattle, and long staple, Mr. Smith activity on the part of trailer LAKEIt's:: duck soup V-8'a ate now on display here at One of the Unusual m-w features
round reliables dairy cows poultry and other 3.000bales for ducks and fine advertising for the showrooms of J, W. Andrews, Is the front seat of Tudor' sod.mii, ,
91 farm: animals, and is being manu- explained Approximately jinks and camps, according to Hairy Filedlander- it will bo if Jr." Two distinct lines are offeredto The seat cushion Is full width"
l n rs' In the state this
Old-Time rn were
grown Trallerits Magazine, a new publication Idea works out. When harry In Seat backs
factured on a large scale. the the public this year, differing are divided ">n ,. being
IrN9i; tr This Is supposedly 'an authentic The manufacture of pulp feed year, of which 1,500 cotton were submit- published monthly In the Interest built his new building at the cor- appearance and price. hinged'; diagonally lit 4(. ,0
the federal appealsboard
1 l- { I r4t I, I Creole praline. Anyway, it i Is authentically from Florida's golden oranges and ted to for classing. Of the 1.500 of tourists everywhere and ner of First Street and Park Avenue One la a newly-styled standard swing inward as It Is tipped, for-

1"M Q good! grapefruit has followed close behind 554 directly aimed at the bettermentof he decided to build a lake on Ford line, In coupe, Tudor and ward. This provides a whir ,pM.
the averaged -
submitted ,
f S ; 3 cupfuls of granulated sugar the development of the citrus 1 5.8 Inches in staple 299 the state of Florida as a whole the top to equalize the temperature Fordor body types, powered either sagcvuiy on either side fu) t.n.

d sf ;, D 1 cupful of cream or rich milk canning industry. As with meat averaged 1 11.16 inches 195 averaged .-- and as a protection against with the 85' or the 60 horsepowerV trance to the rear comportment

/j rj > 1 teaspoonful of grated orange racking, cotton ginning and simIlar 1 3-4 inches seven averaged DEATH IN KOLMNd WHEEL file. He believes that by absorbIng engine The standard cars Clear vision ventilation Is con
I the of the sun's the lake will to meet requirements
rind enterprises problem 1 13-16 Inches nine averaged CLEARWATER Sudden death rays are designed tinued In all closed bodies! Rear
of vanilla of waste products was keep the building cool in the sum- of the many motor car owners,
1 teasponful disposing 1 7-8 inches 349 averaged 1 9-18 In the form of a huge swiftly rolling : quarter windows of de luxe Koidur
I of kernels or burdensome from the first. In mer and warm in the winter, and 'whose! means dictate maximum
i 2 cupfuls pecan sedans and club
I ( inches and 111 averaged 11-2 truck wheel and tire which had coupes me pivot.
r' mixed nuts (pecans and black walnuts this case, however, It was solved inches. Only one bale out of the become detached from its dual I In case of fire, the contents of his economy in first cost as well as ed for additional ventilation
than In six-Inch deep lake will deluge the in maintenance and operatingcosts.
much quickly previous
) more 1,500 averaged as low as 1 3-8 mounting as the truck sped along Bodies of both car'' lines ore all-
instances.. Research workerssoon conflagration; and then, too it'sa .
I 4 Dash of salt
Inches in staple crushed out the life of little i1m- steel. There Is no metal-to-metal
1 cupful of granulated sugar learned how to convert the Much of the Sea Island cotton uel Candler Coachman, Jr., three noveltysomething new--and a The other Is a newly-designed de contact between body and flame,
..caramelized wastes into usable products of in the state this swell idea if it works. luxe line for owners who desireadditional the result of
produced year years old In front of his home here. _. thorough use of in-
r r Boil the 3 cupfuls of sugar with value.In would have been of finer quality if The child was thrown against the --- -.--- style and appointments. sulation. Safety glass Is used(

i the cream and rind In a large, the laboratories of the University weather conditions had been more concrete foundation of his parents' ST. JOHN'S FERRY SUIT Powered only with the 85 horse- throughout In windshield doors

deep kettle, until It forms a soft of Florida Agricultural Ex- favorable throughout the season.E. home with such force that his JACKSONVILLE Robert R. power V-8 engine, the line includes and windows.

ball (as for fudge) when tested In peiiment Station scientists studied M Tuttle third prize winnerin skull was fractured, and he died Milam, attorney for the Florida eight body types. A new feature of the rear deck
f i cold water. While this syrup is I processes of manufacturingfeed the contest sponsored by Mr. Instantly. Ferry Co., said he will seek a new The de luxe cars are larger in design is a combination handle

'i t ,,l cooking melt the remaining cupful from citrus peel I and pulp, and Mayo, is a farmer of Hernando .-- trial of the suit by which the appearance. The hood has been license bracket and light, form-,

P of sugar In a heavy frying pan, their investigations have resultedin County, not Pasco, aa was first an- FALLS INTO FIREPLACE:: county seeks to condemn ferry lengthened. Its nearly vertical ed In the shape of an airplane
;{ ,+ stirring constantly until It reaches marked rapid progress In commercial nounced. company properties to make way front is carried In a "V" well down propeller hub. Spare wheel and

+ p. the pale golden brown caramel manufacture of citrus pulp H.. _- .+- PENSACOLA. J. L. Bryant. for another bridge across the St. into the radiator grille with the tire are carried in all compartments -
stage. When both syrups are ready for feed. They also fed the pulp, BROOKER justice of the' peace said Mrs. Johns river here. Filday. a jury familiar V-8 emblem at the tip of except In the comrrtible

carefully add the caramelized sugar tested its digestibility and palatability Mary Busbee, 20, fell Into an open awarded the company $50,000 for the "V." Horizontal lines of the cabriolet. In this type, b"cHuseof

I to the first syrup stirring and found it not only accep- Missera. Gainey, Correspondent fireplace in her home at nearby the properties the county would grille bars and the louvres are the rumble seat, the extra

c, i with a long spoon, and being care table but desirable as a feed. It Beulah and, was burned to death. condemn but ferry officials appraised echoed In a bright rustless steel wheel and tire lire mounted back
be substituted :Miscellaneous. Shower them at 246272. The which Is carried the
) ful not to get burned when it could advantageously Bryant said the woman fell headfirst hand along of the seat.
tI foams Test immediately for for beet pulp, ground snap Mis Ethel Hough and Miss Ju- into the flames and was deadon proposed bridge would cross the belt to the rear.

'G the soft-ball up. stage: If satisfactory corn silage,, pasturage, and other anita McKenzie were cohostessesat arrival of officers. He did not river at Main street and would The new standard line cars also The V-8 112lnchheelbase

remove from the heat and let cool 1 feeds high in carbohydrates or a miscellaneous shower Dec. call an inquest. Deputy Emmett cost $1,300,000, half to be borne by present n larger appearance with chassis has been Improved! Us'
and fattening 14th afternoon in honor of Mrs. the federal bureau of public roads. features Include "centei,'poise'
It is front end grille
almost to lukewarm, then beat until starches an energy Shelby said Mrs. Busbee apparently n newly-designed
; stiff and creamy as for fudge.! feed and only needs to be Earl Green a bride of November.The fell ill.ANOTHER. --.- -- hood and fenders. The front end construction rubber-cushioned engine
cottonseedmeal shower was given at the home POSING AS 0-MEN: easy steering, softer spnnga,
Drop In fat cakes on a butlt'redcookies supplemented with ___.6- ___ Is formed in a "V, with the horIzontal -
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5 4 sheet. Makes 30 to 36 to build muscles and perhaps M Mrs. Green DECISION: TAMPA, U. S. CommissionerPaul grille bars extending un Improved cable-controlled, brakes,
# small amounts of other classes of Games and contests of various Pinkerton today ordered held broken along the hoodslde to form seml-contrifugal clutch full torgue

', I pralines feeds to bring excellent results. sorts were enjoyed by the guests. I CLEARWATER:: A. G. Me- for a Federal Grand Jury two negroes the louvres. tube drive and straddle-mounted

r'r' Nut Brittle Mrs. R. H. Green received a prize Quagge clerk of the Circuit Court, on charges of Impersonating Fenders In both cars are massive rear axle driving pinion.

!I l+ I r (The Best of All Nut Brlttles) .\P.\NKSK I'IU'ITKt for molding the beat bride and is under orders to sell stateowned Government officers on bonds of formed lower to provide more Refinements In the V-8 enginesto

r.. Boil 1>,6 cups of granulated sugar groom out of chewing gum. delinquent tax certificates $1OOO each. Witnesses at a pre- complete coverage of the running provide better peiformance,

) 7 one-half cup of corn syrup Now Is the time to begin think- The many beautiful and useful which have become two years old liminary hearing testified that gear and extending farther back. particularly at lower car speeds

,I l w and two-thirds cup of water to ing about the different kinds of gifts received by the bride were since passage of the Murphy Land they had been approached by the Headlamps arc again recessed In and brake Improvements Increase

J R1 u about 270 degrees F., or until brittle cakes that you want to make for displayed after which delicious refreshments Recovery Act by the 1937 Legislature two suspects with propositions to front fender aprons, new type tall the ease of control by the driver.

'Ml ,'+ o'' 4 In cold water; add two tablespoonfuls Christmas and we'll help you out of hot chocolate and Judge T. Frank Hobson Issued pay them $25 monthly for the -

1 a of butter and half a this week by giving you .. recipefor cookies were served by the host- I the order on a suit by H. D. privilege of selling moonshine had as dinner guests Sunday, Mr. Longfellow wrote "The Hang-

t .;t pound of small raw (Spanish) pea- an entirely different kind of ess. The following were the Invit- Ulmer, of Indian Rocks who said liquor. Witnesses also said that and Mrs W. E. Sharpe, of Mac- Ing of the Crane" In 1867 for his

!'Ii '? nuts (blanched or not, as desired) fruit cake. Mrs. George B. Flynn ed guests Mrs. Earl Green, hon- the clerk refused to advertise 1935 Hayes and Larkin had presented, clenny. fellow poet Thomas B. Aldrich.
Ia the nuts oree; Mrs. Willene Stewart Mrs. certificates Issued against Ulmer's cards which showed a purported children .-
or pecans. Stir and cook sent us this recipe and from all Mra. Cecil McRae and ,
In the syrup until they are thoroughly the reports we've beard about It E. J. Lewis, Mrs. Zulene Harell, property. membership in the "C-Men's club." of McIntosh arrived Sunday tospend The art of biscuit making em-

''I : cooked;; add a teaspoonfulof we can heartily recommend it: Mrs. Lucille Green, Mrs. Cressle the Christmas holidays with :. ploys some 8000 hands In Reading,
Green Mrs. Wildew Mrs. Ethel DOUBLE RUNMrs.
soda dissolved in a tablespoon- 11'3 cups sugar Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier. England.
; ful of cold water, and stir vigor- 3 cups flour Cassln Mra. Leola Cassin, Mrs. Dorothy Sapp, CorrespondentMrs. W. A. Tyler, Cor. Mr.. and Mrs Martin Griner will
; 1 ( ously. When the mixture is 1 cup butter Peat Mai-key, Mrs. Johnnie Green leave Friday for a Christmas va- ----.-- -
Mrs. Theo Green, Mrs. C. J. Crews, s'huler Mr. and Mra. Ernest Silcox and On the screen stars
r it through foaming, turn it on to an 6 eggs Isola and eon, Wes- cation with relatives in Orlando.Mr. average
; oiled marble or platter let cool 1 lb. raisins Mrs. Sorchie Baird Mrs. G. E. ley, Mrs. Kay Roberts and Miss I II Mr. Sllcox's mother, Mrs. D. and Mrs J. C. Wallace will have a shorter "life" than those

somewhat, then turn with a spa 1 Ib. currants McCauley Mrs. Ruth Tipton, Mrs I Margaret Roberts, all of Starke!, Thomas were visiting Mrs. Sil- be Christmas guests of Mrs. Wal- who make a success on the stage.juInus .

tula and pull into as thin a sheet Ibs walnuts Grace Dukes, Mrs. Minnie Rhlmes, were visiting here Friday. cox's mother, Mrs. George Wilkerson. lace's mother In Jacksonville. -

f as possible and break into preferred "a( English! and the fruitIn Miss Dorris Hough Miss Janie Mrs. M. J. Sapp spent ThursdayIn I in Lawtey Sunday Woman's Club Meets
Divide cute
} put Mae Quarles, Miss Juanita Mott, I Ancil Brown, of Denopolia\ Ala.,
ilze pieces. one-half of the batter. Put theluyms Starke with Mrs. Kay Roberts.We Christmas features added to the
Miss Sue Mott and Miss la here to the Christmas holidays -
Mary spend
: Honey Yearn Fudge together with icing madeof are sorry to report that lit- enjoyment of the regular meetingof
Mae Lewis.B. his Mr. and
Eva with
1 square of bitter chocolate tle Rubena Kerce has been on the parents the Woman's Club Tuesday aft-
: F. Hazen H. P. Gainey and Mrs. O. L. Brown.
1-3 cup honey 1 fresh cocoanut sick list but is improving. einon A beautifully decorated t
Miss Vera Gainey attended Church Mr. and Mrs. Enos Andersonwere
2 cups granulated sugar Lee Christmas tree made the club
2 cups sugar Clara Sapp spent Thursdayand
services at Shady Grove Primitive visiting her parents. Mr. and
1-4 teaspoon salt room lovely. The members exchanged
y' 2 cups sweet milk Friday in Starke with her
Trenton Sun Mrs.
Church G. L.
Baptist near Kersey Sunday.
I 1 cup milk and boil with cousin Roberts. Christmas gifts and there
Grate cocoanut Margaret
day of last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tyler and
4 tablespoons butter was a toy shower for children.
and milk. Then spread be- Wayne Hazen and Lonnie
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Raulersonand children attended the funeral of
1 teaspoon vanilla extract tween layers. Adams, of Jacksonville spent Friday Mrs. Mills, Mrs. L. E. Prince and
children spent the week-end In little Leon Duke at Kingsley Lake
1 cup nut meats Mis. also requestedto here. Mrs. Dudley were hostesses for the
Flynn was
Lake Butler of her sis-
as guests Friday.
Melt chocolate over hot water send her recipe for orange mar- Mrs. M. F. Wiggins attended Wilkerson'and afternoon and carried out the
ter Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen.A Mrs. George
in saucepan In which the candy is malade. church In Brooker Sunday. Christmas motif in the delicious
crowd from at- of
Brooder daughters
large Lawtey were guests
to be cooked. Add honey, sugar, 6 large or 8 small oranges tended the Bradford-Melrose bas Dave Richard of Lake Butler, Saturday of Mrs. Ernest Silcox. refreshments that they served durIng MUUPffi

and salt, and stir until well blend 1 No 2 can crushed pineapple ketball game at Melrose Friday was visiting his sister, Mrs. MarIon Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Conner and the social hour.

ed. With occasional stirring, cook 1 small can pineapple, No. 1 sizes night of last week. II Sapp here Sunday. children attended church at Pine .

rapidly to the soft ball stage ((236 ; of oranges peeled Elder John Mathls of Avon Miss Edith Merritt of Lake City, Level Sunday. The United States has onethirdof
j F.) At the instant the candy is 5 Ibs. sugar was visiting friends here Sunday the world's railway mileage.
Park, spent Sunday night, Dec. 5, Mrs. L. P. Jarvis and two children -
done, remove it from the fire and Cook slowly for one hour. afternoon. -. -.
here as guest of Mr. and Mra. B. June and Maurice, who have YES
set in a pan of cold water. When _. A Without
F. Hazen. been visiting friends and relatives accurate farm records,
"' + cooled to lukewarm, add vanilla The International boundary be- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Polk are the SUNNY BROOK FARM here for the past few months, have there Is no way for farmers to CHRISTMASAND CHEER

and beat until stiff. Add nuts andstir tween the United States and Canada proud parents of a baby girl born l\lrli. F. K. Crosby, Correspondent returned to Belle Glade, where Mr. check up on their operations and
Ii just enough to distribute, then Is the longest such boundary Monday December 6. Jarvia is employed. income during the year.

li turn into a buttered pan. ___unfortified in the world. Miss Doshia Smith of Sampson O. M. Bennettspent last week-, Winford Rigdon of a CCC Camp A HAPPY NEW YEAR

un City spent Saturday of last week end with his son-in-law and daughter In South Carolina has returned Seventy per-cent of all the life

r BOREE FUNERAL HOME here as guest of her cousin, Miss Mr, and Mrs Floyd Crosby. home to .spend the holidaya.WOODLAWN insurance In the world is owned TO'EVERYONEB.
Mildred Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Tate Crosby and -- by Americans. '
( Full Un- of Caskets
& Undertaker SuppUet)
son spent Sunday in Lawtey visitIng .
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1 DAY ANl NIGHT GUM BRANCH (' relatives. ., :Mr,. Oscar"" Carter Cor. Every other person in the Uni- JACOBS
53 PHONE 53 Aniilq Mae tlnrniiKe, Cor. Mr. and Mrs Floyd Crosby and ted States owns a life insurance

i O. II. BKNNETT. N..... children, Wanda. Mary Alyce and Mrs. Oscar Carter and Miss Her- policy.
".V HQME-MKE Mrs. T. N. Norman;; and nephew Russel, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. tics Norman were shopping in

r INSTITUTION"I spent the week-end In Jacksonvilleas C. A. Crosby in Broker Saturday.Mrs. Jacksonville Friday.
i of the latter's mother J. R. and
the guests Kelly daughter, Mrs. Keene of
Harley Shamrock
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Mrs. Audrey Newman. Kathryn spent Saturday after- was visiting her sister, Mrs. E. E. -
miriii Of I Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Yarbrough of noon In Starke with Mrs. Julian Yarbrough Monday. = r

fOirist Evergreen were visiting relatives Peek. Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter and I A VI.I'Y Mill fly. AN
of this section Tuesday night of - -. ---- children Morris and Louise were
R last week. WON'T CH\NKE JUDGE Mrs.
visiting Jeff Johns Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and TALLAHASSEE. Governor Fate Richardson, of Miami, was

daughters, Margaret, Marie, and Cone declined today to replace visiting Miss Bertice Norman, fct
IffEvery Selma, attended Church at Shady Criminal Court Judge Robert T. Thursday afternoon. +

Grove Sunday before last Dewell of Bartow or State's At- Mr. and Mrs. Omar Carter and

T. N. Norman and, daughter, torney Rex Farrior of Tampa In son, Richard, attended the carni-
Dorothy, were dinner guests of Mr the Shoemaker flogging trials. He val
Thursday night In Starke.
Home Will Be More Cheerful and Mrs. Tate Crosley, Sunday, denied a request of Farrior that he Mrs. Jim Hersey of Water Oak

For The Holidays With A Dec. 5. be relieved from further duty In was visiting her parents Mr. and
A. J. Yarbiough and W. R. Ker the case unless Dewell were sup Mrs. J. S. Norman, Sunday.

sey were visitors to Evergreen planted or the Supreme Court Morris Carter was shopping in

section Saturday ,Dec. 4. clarified its decision In one appeal Jacksonville, Friday.
Mr. und Mrs. L. L. Conner were growing out of the prosecutions.! Miss I
DOU THERM Evelyn Prevatt, of Lawtey,
visiting Mr and Mrs. J. F. Shawof "I wrote him to go ahead and do spent Saturday night with Miss -----------.-.--
the State Farm, Sunday of l last his duty" the governor told news- Bertice Norman.

week. men. "I wrote him that I have Miss.
Alma Johns returned home Our GreetingsTo
Fumeless] Oil HeatersDLIONSTRATED "N Mrs. Zarle Crnwford and chil nothing to do with telling the Sunday after upending two weeks
dren, of Hellbronn. were dinner courts what kind of decisions they In
Dunnellon with, relatives. EveryoneAt
guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Sapp should make. If I changed judges
AT v,... before Ixat. time they a I
.. Sunday every gave ruling
..' Miss> Ella Mae Sapp was visiting didn't like, I'd be changing them FLA. STATE FARMMrs. This Glad Season

Miss Eula Lee Reddish, of Lawtey all the time." Bryan bitfield, Cor.

QUIGLEY & DAVIS Thursday afternoon of last week. --- -.- ,.,- i..jjL..iii-.mi..ju -i-i- i-,---""
,. Mr. and Mrs. J. F, Shaw, of the To ride a street car from Atlantato Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger and

STARKE FLORIDA State Farm, were visiting Mr. and Decatur, Ga.. costs a nickel, but. son, Bradley spent. the past week CANOVA PHARMACY
Mrs. L. II Conner Monday night, If you stop before reaching Decatur end with relatives In Jacksonville. i

.. .....,- ..... .. .. - .. ..... ", - ----I It Dec. 6. .-- it cost a dime. ._ Mr and Mra. W. J. Overstreet

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--== death. Anni's eyes did not waver) "Anne Rudi'a eyes were CJO "SO\K YOI'KHISKKKS! VTIIEIl GOOD IIIKA I

Tflt from the approaching boy. He averted from hers. If you are of that branch of man- -- .

JONES BRIDE Will bringing a telegram that "You're not broken-hearted Rudi kind that has whiskers and you "Mij'he merchants and businessmen ] :'

BOB would take Rudi from her would any more thnn I am. You wantto have a tough time getting rid of of other cities in Florida

F sw send her back to the waterfront marry Maddelena I've know them at the morning rite it's all could profit by a plan that hall )"

Comments On II ereA"d.lIereafter WORE RED bar but her eyes did not waver. that ever since you asked me to your fault Everything in connection been worked out In Kustis: ,' says :..i

"Well now the Admiral said many you. A miracle saved you with shaving: Is your fault if the Florida Times-Union in commenting :

sheepishly ,' this time but If you've got any yon\ don't get a good shave a on an editorial In the Lake .;,

*Mm MM t N t "You must remember" Her fingers sense at all there won't be a next pleasant shave something to look Region of Kustls. The idea it i

This l Is bring written In a house r A&EK curled into her palms and her : time" Her next words were for forward to with hllnrlty and enJoyment seems Is to call the attention of

For the trailer I am great. eyes were feverish "I was a beau- the Ci'iitesfii. "You're very high merchants of the city to the fact

Indebted: to one of the most I 1'Iy'ltop'Iieih11I), formerly a the sound the Admiral commented tiful child." class Contessa and very sanal t. That's the word'of the Mellon that when they and their employes
had.Thl3 ..
Wrens friends a man ever linger, In a waterfront safe In "Yes -. But I'm just as smart Remember Institute of Industrial Research. park their cars up and down the ;t

friend has prospered ftnan- 'Irli-Hte, In. In faithionable Ter- From the fear within her. An "And I wore the nicest of Mmt. And finally there was Experts and scientists have spok principal streets, shoppers are inconvenienced f

filly| but he has never forgotten rcnto, posing. Lie. a woman of nl burst out "He shouldn't be allowed clothes," she turned to them all the Admiral. Just one grim shaftof en. You have neither the toughest and forced to park .'

nod and busy as he IB. he some- pOHltlon. Her two \\eekn' adventure on the hotel ground-! "made especially for me even asa humor for him. "Will you ever beard nor the tenderest skin In ex- Farther out and walk In when they

bOI\, finds time to always other I is. -the result of ueal- Rudl stated at her "Anne" little girl I wore my hair long forget how you used to dandle me istence. Your razor blade is as have shopping to do. There is a. Slot S

and he Is doing thy; ('ollntrml1l1a'!! .. drunken "lie shouldn't" She surveyed and In braids. She prodded the on your knee?" good as anybody else's, But what to that. Merchants want business !

Jlethlng to make his friends whim. She" find herself
!,Dpy. God has been so good tome perately; lore with iullio, ly. "I'm sorry. I ve got such a nered little girl wasn't 1?" awav.. prepare your face for the scrap- more business but sometimesdo r

H* has given enemies.me friends.I do not Of the village postman but want- headache. All this excitement." He answered that plea. "A perfect The Contessa mused, gazing aft Ing It Is going to get. things which defeat their desires "

course, I have enemies. There are Ing luxury she rl"lMlhplt to win "Of course," Maddelenu mui- little lady." er her. "I don't know why I wait- You learned In your physiologyin to some degree. At least one ;f

mean personal I It ml I Pal from his. fiancee, mured. "Peihaps you'd better go "A perfect little lady" she repeated ed for that telegram. That dress school that your nails and your would infer as much from the ..

jmmics to the causes enemies represent to watch MiMldrlrrm. On the night of to your lourn. Rudl mechanically Her lips should have told me." hair are quite alike in composition.Any Lake Region editorial which fol-

Thank God for the wine .KeMtu Until propone. Hut the music had stopped. Listening | parted In an add smile as if at work that keeps your handsin lows: *

me and keep a good check on my nut .\nnl) in fearful for iullio Annl sank buck In relief."I some private bitter joke The Admiral too was staring water for a long time softens "The season has almost arrived {h
deal to after Annl and a sort of regretful\
pork! I owe a great my known her secret and haw read wouldn't think of breaking up Maddelena looked at her wonderingly the nulls. So water softens hair. again when parking spares In the a 1.
While admiration lingered In his j
encmlen They tell on me. the telegram which .\nnlllht the party," hhp said and turned to "You speak! of yourself gaze. There is nothing softening about business section of Bustls will be j .
I must be Then he nudged the Contessa and q
they are watching care- him sent to MuddflciKi'x: friend the Admiral with a strange burn- so strangely. Almost as one would soap lather save the water that's at a premium. Tourists and out
works nodded at Rudi and Maddelena.
ful that even my good are tho ('<>nt -,.,Mu. It rl''pul.n. ing vivacity "You know Admiral speak of the dead. in it. What the soap does is to remove of town shoppers will\ be flocking t
Their hands tightly
tot evil spoken of. Thank God nl'H true Identity and Gullio Monti It's odd I don t remember The ContesHu's voice was low were clasped the oil that Is on the hair so Into the city to look over the wares
"I that toast
for friends who encourage me and him only to drIUer It to ruin yciu And you say you were and one would have said that a together can" propose the liter can get a good crackat of local merchants. Early this '

make me feel that after all I am her. Now alter dinner, she suchI.. good friend of father's.'" harsh kind of pity dwelt within it. now, I believe it.
worth while and that I do amountto She: had tensed him with this Walking through the lobby An. season neatly all of the businessmen d
mid Kudl lire to lee 1 und IIP reminder "Or of someoneho had never The experts say that your whiskers
Even friends do ni's took faster tempo signed pledges to the 4
something my married ever since that first dRY loved steps on a should l soak at least two full
got know it, but I have always when he had sent the note to her And then the bellboy was there Quickly quickly she moved minutes between lathering and that they would not park their cars
inclination.Ai and then she reached the stalls or let their employes !park their : i
inferiority as ,
fought an table. "A Rudi smiled at
telegram" The
Chapter Klen: I shaving. longer they soak the
the main streets of the ,
a child I was naturally timid Now however she barely heard Ann!. "I'11 bet It's for you darling she broke Into a run like a frightened softer the whisker gets and the cars on commendable i;
This most
did shlnking. I owe much to my At the door of the dining room her own words for her glance was I From fount Armnliu." child. easier It Is clipped oft by the razorblade city move because was a It will leave- it

old father who seemed to feel Rudi was waiting for her. There riveted on the figure of Gullio who Annl's smile was set "No. It'8"tood And finally she was Inside her .

then I was just a little child that was an Imperceptible falter In his room. Maria! Maria!" she cried open close-In space where shop- J'
There Is no such thing HS "softblades" 'l
I had some ability as a speaker step a* he saw her gown. Then re- q T and crouching there on the floorat pets and visitors can park\ their <
they Soft steel does I
insisted that I commit to say. cars while in the city. There Is
and he coveting he kissed her hand In the feet of the serving woman
not sharpen easily and manufacturers t
mommy poems and beautiful prose greeting. she burst into convulsive sobs.Annl' not a merchant In the city who !:

which lie would! make be recite to "Anne its been a whole day." A would go broke trying to would think of opening his doors ,

When friends would come to Is U edge them. But the angle betweenthe In the morning and then proceed i-
him. "Darling. everything at ranged ( Interlude o.t'ralld
razor head and the face Is held
,4t to block their with
he would have passage pack- I
the home me say ? i all her well made plane
Important as Is the angle of the
customers could not
my "speech"' to them. He never "We leave for Locarno right Ap have mattered to the four blade edge. And these expeits declare Ing cases so -

knew how much I suffered. He after dinner." He pressed her ', winds. Thin I I..* Gulllo'n doing that an after-shaving lotion get in. Yet some of them quite

was giving me training which has arm. "Maddelena told the Contes- Oulllo who has mild he loved Is relatively unimportant if the thoughtlessly park their curs In

meant much to me on the platform si and the Admiral. Be nice to her. fan she ever forgivehim shaving technique is good Otherwise front of their doors so customers 1

and In the pulpit. There are many her, dear. Understand how she w jf ? Be sure to read the next one may need the syptic cannot get within blocks of their I
things! for which I shall thank my feels." +I Ie Iw and concluding Inntnllmrnt.) the Iodine bottle the bandage places of business.- I'lunt City q.

dither when I get to heaven. Her voice was a trifle edged. -.-- maybe the doctor. Courier .

"If she's nice to me. If she understands In the World, War dogs were In other words don't kick at the -. -

The article I have just written how I feel." > i taught to search for wounded: on razor or blade. Soap your face and come out of It clean! and smiling t

every personal. I cannot help be- "She will. Maddelena couldn't 1 I the battlefield to carry water soak your whiskers good and long .- Palm Beach Post.
be other bandages and otner first-aid equip
any way. ( -
ing personal today. My trailer Is :
Annl wanted to make a retort meat
i .i.a1
arkcd on the old home site inuutheast _
but she wasn't certain of Bronchial
. Alabama. The place Is quite Maddfltna held out hrhand. :NOTH: FOR APPIH'17'In\ Coughs
what to say. Then they were at "I with Font 'ear ...:.;..
lilnpldiited. Right where I am want to you .. .
and from
the table camea
lowers used to bloom. We did not everyone a the belt of everything NOTK'H .IS. III i HbnY disjointed, determined rush of the laid. I H !Star holder of Tax OrtlAcata -
have such fine home. It was
a words. Nn. 'tit, iHHlird the Sod day Need Creomulsion ;
tin ay* simple but we kept It In of .Ki-p "Well" the Contessa drawled In Hume In my ulYU and has iiiado uppllciitlun -
good repair and my mother'sOowers her own most hateful way "how for n tax, deal to lin I""u..d Just ft. common cough a chest Bet a.real dose of genuine Beech wood.
beautiful. I hereon Maid tpiUUittt( BmhruccHlh
were always dear." at the main for the Contessa.' ) cold or a bronchial irritation of today Creosote which is palatable and can "
look the I In
striking In lobby following (
There are a few trees left. At the you my :I Iho County: of loif (: r tl'Irr''I':: of may lead to serious trouble toeven be taken frequently and continuously -
command of autumn winds the The little burst of sound was desk Looking at her sharply the b'lorlda to-wlt: morrow. They may be relieved now by both adults and children.!
over and there was a self-con "You were such a little bit of a Contessa lipped open the envelope "HoiithriiMt Qnultpr, of HouthnpMtQunrter with Creomulslon an emulsified Creomulslon Is one preparation
are falling like teardrops sentimen of Non went Quarter I Creosote that is pleasant to take. that to the seat of the I
scious pause Then Maddelenaheld thing the Admiral said The crackling of the paper was goes very
Iron the cheeks of On this Section 2(1( 'I UM nullip I 5 Holllh I Creomulslon Is medicinal
memory. a com trouble loosen and the
to help expel
out her hand. "I want to tally. That was safe he thought. like a machine gun bait-age. "How Ha n no 2J KUHI: containing 10 J
mother was designed to aid nature in phlegm. When
pot forty years ago by ArrVH, ttWI H Or I I. Ms. germ-laden coughs '
rocked to sleep in the arms of wish you the best of everything All little gills had once been tiny did you know?" the Contessa asked Tht tiKfl.*HHinc' >nt of the paid I propity soothing and healing Infected mu- chest colds and bronchial troubles-
Anne. And I hope you'll be very tots. And without realizing why and that was all. In a growing ,*" under, th* Maid' reilltliitt' .. INHued cous membranes by allaying Irritation due to common colds-hang on. get
Death. Just before the breath left WOM. In Ihe nnnici of I'nknown.UnleNM and '
inflammation and by a. bottle of Creomulslon from
happy. he suddenly felt sorry for Anne roaring silence the telegram .. your f
,, said eertlarala hall l h.
t I r -
her body she looked at out of aiding in loosening and
me expelling druggist use it as directed and if t
Vivaldi. She seemed so strained around the table. tleetned' airftrilinv to I"w. Ihs property -
sleepy, staring eyes and told mea Annl nodded her throat dry was passed rieHil'llii'il. t hut Hiltlll I I I bu sold the germ-laden phlegm you are not satisfied with the relief '
be a good boy and to meet herIn "Thank' you Mad elena. I I und haggard. Probably a bad conscience One look at Rudi's face told An- to tho hlitheMt bidder at the courthouse The Medical Profession bas for obtained, the druggist Is authorized
taken Rudi dotn uii the ItrHt Monday In, many years recognized the beneficial to refund cent of
for having every your money.
we'll be friends. nil she need to know. There
good nl
heaven! I promised. Thirty- hope always these Ihs month of Jiinuiuv, 19HH which effect of Beech wood Creosote In Creomulslon is one word-not two.
There was a rather grateful from Maddelena. Ah young was horror In It and relief -- therelief IN the old day of January UI8.J.I : the
wvrn years ago at this same place treatment of coughs,chest colds and It has no hyphen in it. Ask for
old thin 18th -X.: ,
my father's soul while singing scramble for seats. Then, starting- people. Well when they were of u mnn who has escapedthe I'OI7. dayof \ and bronchial irritations. A special it plainly see that the iiiine on the

praises to went to his Fa ly. everyone began to talk at once like hlm,ef! they'd find that even dreadful fate of marrying beneath (Ol-KIOIAt SRAT.t process was worked out by a chemut, bottle is Crecmulslon. and you'll ;
love didn't matter' so much. "You A. J. TIIOMA8.t'leik for blending Creosote with other In- get the genuine product and the regredientsandnowlnCreomulslonyou
der's house. Do my father and and when the conversation again him. of <'ircult (',,"rl of lief that you want. (Adv.) t 1{
were a sort of miniature of what llrudfonl, County, Florida..
died the silence seemed appalling.Two
mother know I here today? Aunt rosy slowly "You needn'tgel -
am ll-S-6t-12-24 .._._.___._. ... .
Anne. ___
are <--
the you now p e noO41
I am sure from my knowledge ofJoels waiters removed soup up please, any of you. Yes It's

Word that they have their plates and everyone eyed the "And what um I now?" Annl bellboy all true." OLD MATTRESSES MADE ; : :, ;;':
asked absently. An alert :1
memories. I do not know that they manoeuver "You should have known you NEW Regardless of condition
this had to the desk. Receiving ; :
decided that come
The Admiral "
know where I am this moment. I couldn get away with It, the New :Mattresses. Made to order

un told In God's Word not to think was the moment to lighten up the the telegram that Gullio Contessa said I evenly Let us convert your old mattress ,# e.- .

above what Is written. God tells general atmo'-phere. "Perhaps at had! left he stalled briskly aCI'ossthe "1 missed by only a very few Into new type inner spring .,

this time I could propose a toastto lobby toward the diningroom."I minutes." mattress. Our prices are rea- C) \
UI In Ills Word all He wants usa
the bride and groom." want to know about myself asa aonablc. Satisfaction Guaran- ::1
know about "the life beyond Muddelenu touched her hand
"what I looked
"Later Admit. please the child Annl said e
It I could talk to my father and Contessa said.Suddenly like the clothes I wore and the Impulsively "You poor darling." teed.Quick Service

mother for just a little while I "Don't feel sorry for me Mad ,.
I did.
there came the sound things
link I would spend most of the delena" Annl said. "You should Company
of distant plaintive singing. She was hanging on the Admit Mattress
time not them about hate for what I've done to
asking me you
her Park St. TIRES
"The peasant music. Madde al's words though eyes GOODYEAR
heaven but telling them how muchI but won't. You're the finest JACKSONVILLE!: FLA.
lena whispered and then. out of were fixed on the messenger boy. you ,
I love them and how much I thank the ensemble the poignant voice So fear becomes inhibited when lady I ve ever known. Too good We rail for and deliver; Just SHELL GASOLINE & OILS

them for all they sacrificed for of Guillo's flute was heard in all disaster Is truly inevitable. See for Kudl but you're In love with drop us a card.To EXPERT: REPAIR WORK-WRECKER NER\'i: .
me Since I am a father and understand how with Inter- him. I love makes you do
its melodic clarity "It's the first how calmly: even I guess
the feeling of a parent'sheart night in so long that Guillo has est, the very old man regards cruzy things."
I am sure they would say F REGISTER MOTOR CO.
It was not sacrifice.' Love Isever played with the others""He 1 c. J

happy unless it Is giving and sounds very sad" know Rudl .KT TilE :MOST OUT OF "OI'JClo'roJC: WITH Oct KM or AcM PHONE 10.1 $ ,
olng." said whimsically. "And and !*......,,i.ii.* 1tu're
why. Your klrlrmya hiin la hwp you.w'tny I
Anni's response was sharp. I lommnlly Altering. wnno m.M.rnm ,.
AND OILS'" ( fl.| blttnrl. If Sour H'fV1, .t
famIly -
Today I shall go to the old "Why?" tunctinrally rIj".i.HHiP .n,1 l |I. A"
In the "'mo... earn. impifii, ., thtr .
graveyard. It Is Sunday. Rudl smiled. "Because every maypeannne t
tVITII A COMPLETE LINE OF t nl' thn Woo' ,,, yam itni
old days we had company every night Ian t F'esta night. He danced PRODUCTS bodywid f dmtrft, .*. > 1.
SUnday. People would come from with Anne at the Festa Mad- CITIES SERVICE ,U urn in it, .....n.y UP too frnqijfnt iirl.UA'ti.n .
( .
s warning of urnakMr.t:
the churches and eat with us. We delena." TilE NEXT': TIME POUR MOTOR IH'.NS HOT, (iET Til.\ I .r bladder m.J, d,.'u.,.....,.. :
KOOI.- IOTOJC GASOLINE FROM ONE OF ThESE You may suds nine harkarh.,
often entertained as many as thirty "How nice" the Contessa ob- ROGERS inlnellle Road ptfntlsUftnl h.d.rht.rt.of dftximiu. 1I
STATIONS: JOHN : ( )IKitty's
or forty for dinner. In the afternoon served. "Too bad I missed seeing Iflttlni up nj ;b.., ._lIon., pufliriMia. I I II
Dad Penders 13-28 under Ihn ay**--/wl wwk, narvvtu, 11IIpl.y.
when the company left my you." ... out.
I !
father In .u.h vaaM It I.( b.ttr to iwly, on \
and mother and usually my "Therewas Harrison's Brooker
Annie eyes glittered West End Sta. ( ) nanfeln thai baa won .eonntry-wld
outlier brother and I would go such a crowd on the floor." ftrrlaim than on aomvtblnf l_ favor
to the D. E. ROBERTS Agent ably known. U.. Ufftn't P\ltm. A multW
cemetery and put flowers Then her limbs grew weak for the tud off p"onl rMonaicod' '
IB the graves of two sisters. NowIn peasant music hud faded away but BKtUFORD ANII UNION COUNTIES Pgtfu't. A.\r.mar miiohboft ;;

that family lot sleep my father the flute was continuing to play. WOKTHINGTON SPRINGS i.

"i'l! mother and eight of their sons And It .was coming closer DOAN SPILLS

and: '< laughters. It gives me such a closer. !

'ellng that -- -- ---- ---- -- -
of loneliness to know "Funny Guillo seems to have I 1

all the family except two are gone. left the others" Maddelena said, oM"b /
All I drop tears their alone now.:' r' ,
my on startled. "He's playing : l'
of stone I sorrow not as11I0" "Coming this way too from '
"h> who have Jesus Is .. 0"i
no hope. b '
coming:';: again someday.. The dead meet Him in the air. I hope He ( SEASON'SGREETINGS i FAMILY A VERY .i

Rho J died In Him will be raised. will come In my lifetime. But His ,

The will be translated to I will not mine, be done.

:::: living ;



BURNER OILSAND ONE AND ALL Since 1 1859 we have been catering to Christmas appetites. We -liI

I TO I think we have learned to do it better through the years and we i iI

are proud that we have helped to place many foods, formerly ;.

TRACTOR DIESEL FUEL OIL \Ve wish to make you feel our appreciation for the fine I the luxuries of the wealthy, within reach of everybody's purse.Here's .
I have experiencedsince
and cooperation we
spirit of friendship
health and all of Christmas
I to Day.
It is fitting that you you
DELIVERED AN1"TIIES"'" HERE I coming to Bradford County.

I I. this should be expressed at this season of the year when r.

the spirit of the day is "Peace on Karth Good Will CLOSED ALL DAY DECEMBER 25 ,I.'

STANDARD OIL COMPANYK. Toward Men." A&P Watch Our Hand Bills For Economy Prices ?|



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HKAIJFOJU) rOCNT'" TJr.I.pCiH; \..... STARK,. "I.lU" FItniAV. DKTKMBMt 24,
". GE TJI'.N .. --' 1111
= -
', $2.00; A. F. Grlffls, pauper Agent. $75.
''I ftOTKK von. OK TX i>K.KnIVesmtr .I :\: ;: Quarter 8 South: ,Section Ksnite;?1222 Tiiwn-Kaxt, day which';' In Is the the month 7th of any February.of February IMS, I snectlvely.for the year and IflH reptesent amotintlnic the .taxes to COMMISSIONERS pauper, S2.o; Mrs. Belle Parmenter.paupel' total $375.00. ToUl $.n77 Glln">'

Bill Me. It1S 60 acres more or 5,88. with MINUTES $3.00; Mrs. Vinda Forsyth -
Dated this 16th day of December Said: tax certificates toiiether and
I i O.NOTICE W. Hall HEREBY holder of axxexxment of the said prop ISS7.OFFICIAL. all subsequent omitted or Levied paupr. $2.00; Mrs. Geneva .1nt KorfHIure Kmd
under the said certificate Is ( RKAT,> taxes will be sold to the highestbidder $2. 0: Mrs. Jessie E. K.
Issued the ,
r tificate No. 1616 Perryman.
door In Commissioners
the Courthouse Board of County Prigle. COM
: was In the nsme" of fnknown. A. J THOMAS. at The Co I iui
of August. A.office I>. 1933.and ..".. said certificate shall be <'l.rk of circuit Court of Starke on the 31 day of December of Bradford County Florida Anderson, pauper $2. 0; Mrs W.H. Ct.. $34.60; J. B. C. 1'
dame my ... .. according. to law the Prndfoid County Florida.1Z176tl14. I 1937. at 11 'CIO o'clock. A. M.Dated Mr A. Bax- r0"1 I,
application Issued thereon.fnr, "Said a tax,'" ,' described therein will be I this the 10th day of Hecemh met in regular session December Hodge, pauper$5.o $3(.00. L. $2:50: $325' Dr jai w
the following-. d"'rl to the, blKhext bidder al the r, 1H37.OFFICIAL I 1937 with the following ley pauper $3.00; Rlley Johns pauper B. Parks County
'inl : ; : house. door on the flist :Mon- !>OIK'tO OK I'PM(-'TIOKOK \" ( SKAUA. : 6th Loiter Todd IhYllcl n ) M
the County of $3.00 Mrs. pauper $8.34 A. J.
erty J. THOMAS. L. Conner ;
L. Thom'
19.18 Paid
the month of February. T" \ IIKKDXenste I members present; Cr
of Florida. to-wlt i isij c.
Slat* of Northwest .Ihn Is ,the I 7th day of February, ( IIKItKDY Bill Me.OIVKN.IfMtNOTICK That Clerk Bradford of Circuit County Court Florida.of Chairman J. M. Rosier Mallory $2.0; Mrs. Daisy Raulerson Witnesses $46.55; A r

Northeast Quarter H "South of ...." .. this. 16th day of Decem Foster Khl smith holder of Tax Certificate 12-I7-.1I-12-3I. I Thomas H. V. Saxon and T. D. paupr. $2.50; Mary Rowe, pauper Telephone bill for Nov And.u J'

Township Acres 1937. No. BB2 Issued the 7th day ; Miss Beulah Edwards, pauper L. Peek, Ct. Rpportn S,55'
Kaxt containing-. A I. SKAI.) ofAuaust.. A. I>. 133. has filedsame NOTICIO. OK "Htl.K" : OK TAX Dyal. (.1 a)'.
or less.The axxexxment of the ,," A. J. THOMAS, In my office and has ma'leapplication ( KHTIKH'ATKNNOTICK The Board was' called to order $3.00 Miss Irzona Thomas $10.00; A. O. Andteu.
of for tax deed to tie : IS 1IKKKHY (ilVKN that Davis.paupel' r .
M ,'.. Clerk of Circuit ft pauper, $2.00; McKlnley ,
erty under the snld Foster Shi Smith has filed with mewritten and the minutes $79.85 ;
Bradford County Florida. Issued thereon. Said certificate embraces by the Chairman prisoners ; A. O
sued was In the name of that the tax certificates $3.00 Mrs. Ethel Johnson
I'nlexx xnld. c..i.I'lrI..RI.. t-I.U. 'In the the following Comity described of' Bradford propeilv -, request toKether with all subsequent of the last regular meeting of $5.00;; Annie Murray paupl' Bailiff 6 days. $24 00.; A o A"dwi. :

redeemed described according-therein OTI('.: OK PPMC'ATIO\ Stale of )Florida to-wlt : omltl"d or levied, tuxes heldby November 1st 1937 and called paupr. Dlx to Ga. $6500 allownnc
property advertised. and sold C. S. Grtffls ,'
the Statebe ; pauper
sold to the highest bidder KOH TAX DK.RnKenale I Southwest. Quarter of N'o..lh..lt"tQuart..r to the highest bidder for cash asprovided meeting of November 8th, 1937 $25.0. Wit. $1.90. hHiull.ng. .
( Bill Ho. 183.t Walker p ,,
court houxe door on the of "Section 16 Township House BUI .196 of the S3.O; Georgia pauper
day In the month of ''' '' : IS IIERKBY' nl\"I N. That 7 Smith KniiRe ill East, contalnlnir by were read and adopted. Lizzie oner $0.50. Jury $44.88vitg i
: of the uponthe Smith ;
1937 nets $2.00
which Is the 7th: day of : \'. Hall holder of Tax Cer 40 Acres, morn or less.The followingdescribed ,real estate the ; pauper $.10 Capias $62.26 $210.54 T
.. No. 1(120.( Issued the 7tll day assessment of the said property State ofFlorida Deed to the site for Proposed Rufus Hodge, pauper, $3.00; Frank
: of Bradford
"paled: this 15th day of U "" A. D. 1933 has filed: under tho said certificate ,la- In the County, to-wlt Farmers Market was presented Mrs. tola Landrum. Sal. 25.00 3 c'onM $1500
In my office: and I has made sued was In the name of ITnknown. ufNJ; : :of s..... 2< Tp. 7 S.H. with Abstract Wlgg, pauper $1.00; Fit .answer $10.00. cost '
iAL Kit K
r'hr to the Board along' $2500
SEAT.) for a tax deed to be I'nless said certificate shall heredeemed Acres Williams, pauper $2.50; Mrs. Rachel
It 13. containing-
A. .1. THOMAS. thereon. "Said certificate" em according to law the of Title, and Opinion of Attorney Arthur $75.00; A. J. Thomns. Amt Plhi,
lea $2.50
t'I"k of Circuit( ( .. ,, the follouliiK described prop property described therein will be more or Moody, pauper ; Bailiff, $600; Marcus
Itrndford County, In the County of Hradford, sold to the hla-hent. bidder at the The taxes to be sold 1 are evidenced! for the 'Board whereupon a Bill Newmans, pauper $200; Rotiana Fagg. Boan
12-17-B1-I-14 of Florida' to-wlt : court house door on the first Mon- by certificate Nos. 101 of mud re- for same in the amount of $700.00 Alvin Robinson $15.00 A o An
..t Half of Soiith-Kaxt Quar I dav In the month of February. 1838 I xpectUely. and represent the unpaid ColEman, pauper, $2.00; Starke dreu of Will
'\O'I'U'.; 0'" 'PPI.I of Noilh-Knxl Quarter Sec which. Is the Tth day of February, tuxes for the years' MI01 to was approved being In full settle Telephone Co., telephone rent for Trunsp. NOI man tc,
KOH T,X 1>KKIHennle > 22, Township H South, I 10.18. 1931. both lnclu..l\i', amounting toM40 ment of the purchase price. Chattahoochee with two guards
( Bill >o. IIII: ,..e 22 Kaxt: containing; 20 i Dated' this 14th duy of Decem- 21. Nov. 1937 $12.95; City Light &$90.63. Total :
:-;XOTICK'" llli NW'i. 14" *t Tp. 1 S. It. 21 till $1.250.84.
*. of nxxexxment of I the xald prop (OFFICIAL SKAL> "
o M Hall holder
tificate: ... 1633. Isxueil' the, under the xald certificate Ix- A. J. THOMAS.: K.. containing 80 Acres, "more' orless. '!'cient tract of the said land to the Ct. H. and Jai, $36.23; Bradford

of Auicuxt.; A. n. I 1913, hl : wax In thu name of J. \\'. cieik of Circuit Court of I State Marketing Board with a County Telegraph advertising and \Mdow'n l'I' I"n rim,]
xame in. my office: and '. i I Il""rlf"renunl/ )', Florldn.I I The tuxes to be sold uie evidencedI "
application" for n lux '..North.'I',i said. certificate' xhall be '| 12-17-St-l-14. I by certificate Nos, 120 of 1926. respect I provision In the deed providing Job printing. $37.50; C. J. Powell, Allowance

Ixxued "'..'.....n. Snld\ cert ... accordlllK 'to law, th. I I itely, anil represent, tho unpaid i that If and when the said landceased repairs on Lach $2.25; WllkersonMartln -
braces the fullonlnHT ......' described therein will be I MrricH nf Atpi.irTi taxes for the yours 1926 to 1931:
erty In th. "Cciunly of to the hlKhexl bidder. at the FOR T'X nKKIennle > i| both Inclusive amounting to I to be used as a farmer'lI Co., 1 box carbon $2.66; Mrs. Lizzie Prl\al, $4 00 MM

State of Florida to-wlt: houxe dour on the first Mon I << nil! No. 1 .1> 'J4' 6Q, i market the title thereof is to revert A. J. Thomas Circuit Court Cost R. J. Sandel $200; Mrs ( MeKlnley. .
:i:: : : ;: I
North-west tjnarter of the month of February, 193K. NOTICH IH HERKHY OIVKN.: ThatFoster .\lJ o: 8\V ; of NE\i of Seo. I 01'/
west Quarter" Section 2:1.: IH the 7th clay of February, Shi Smith, holder of Tax ::18 Tp. 7 S. K. 21 I K.: containing back to the County Bill, $90.90; C. A. Knight Amt. on $2.00, Mrs. Ruth Marr'

ship H "South. 1 la litre. 22: : ': tificate No 530 I Issued I thu 7th 1".r'l! 40 Acres, mure, or I less.The I The name of Andrew Albert was 1936 & 1937 tax roll, $853.66; H. $8.0; Mrs: Mittle Griffls. $400
; of Decem of A. \). 111.13.: has .
containing 10 acrex m ," '''"1 Ihls ICth day AtlK-ust. taxes to be sold are evidenced
lexn.The. ":<7. sam" 'In my office and has by certificate Nos. IK3: of 1915. respectively I stt'icken from the pauper roll as W. B. Drew Co., Index tabforms Martin Loadholtz. $2.00 Mrs. Do
axxesxment. of the .. ( SELA. > application for a tax, deed to be and represent the unpaid & shla
Assistance Prescott $200
| he Is now receiving Old Age $7.46; C. J. Powell, one table ; Mis N'ettuStarling.
erty under the sartl. (... J. THOMAS.Clerk : I Issued thereon. Snld ceitlflcate. embraces luxfs for I the years 1914! to J 931. I
sued uax In the name of of Circuit Court ofHradford I the follow IIIK; described property both Inclusive, amounting to the names of Mack Wells $3:50: ; Carpenter's Drug Store $6.00; Mrs. Alice Thorn.

I'nlerx xald certificate .. County, Flutlda. I In the County of Bradford.Slate 1117 01. and Mrs. Ella Reynolds were Ink for Ct. House (C. A. K.) $1.40; as ; Mrs. Dyal. .00
redeemed" accordlntr" to i of Florida, to-wlt': ALSO" : NW,, of :NKlj it "'I-:', ofNK'i U.o Vila $
I'op..ty, dexL-rlbed therein Knst' Half or Not thrust Quarter, ; K V4 of SI-:1: ; of Sec. 38Tp. stricken because of death; and Dr. W. B. Parks, autopsy ChalkcrPringle. Mrs. Nona Brown Dyal .00,
Bold l the hlirhcst. bidder of !''I..tlon 1* Township. 7 South ; 7 S. It. 21 K., containing-,
( OK 'PP'If"TIO'i I I Winnie Norwood, Arthur Brymer, $10.00; Mra. Fay Gill, Mrs. Clara Crawford, $2.00, Mrs
nnnuo, 21 Rast contalnlnir I
court liiiuxH eI.r on the : FOR TA:( I>KKIensj Acres, more or less.The
day In the month of .. < .* Bill No. lOS) Acres, more or less.The tuxes to be sold are evidenced and Mrs. Madison Hall, were days hospital bill, $10.00; N. Stern- Kate ptarling:, $2.00; Mrs. Ethe

which 1838.: Is the 7th clay of Hall' : IS holder IIKHEBY: of a portion(GIVEN That Tax I erty under assessment the said of the.. snld.. Irn"-I by certificate, and Nns represent. 12N of the 1920 unpaid respectively stricken because they are receivIng berg, cloth for Sewing room Johnson, $6.0; Mrs.. Mary Eliza.

Dated thlx IGlli day of ... .. No. 2A9 Ixxued, the 3rd day sued was In the name ot : taxes' for the year* 1925 to 1931. Old Age Assistance.' $12.04; E. K. Ferryman, Inq. of beth Wynn $4.00; Mrs. Anna Banter -

ber.(OFFICIAL 1937. SRAI.) I In Iy. my.\. office I>. '1922.and has has made filed I redeemed Unless said iiccordtnir certificate to law shall the be both$2"13.. Inclusive, amounting to The allowance of Shep Wlgg Ralph W. E. Thomas. $9.20; E. K. $4.00; Mrs. Jessie An.l..rsn.

.,. J THOMAS.: for a tax deed to be property described therein will I be Said tax certificates together. with was raised to $5.00 per month. Ferryman Inq. of Chalker Prlngle $4.00; Mrs. H. F. Redding $200.
Clerk of Circuit .. theieon. Snld certlfIcate em sold to the hlithest ,bidder at the all subsequent omitted or Levied .
Mrs. R. H. Futon. $400
Upon motion duly made and car $5.20 R. F. Demorest Juror ; Mrs Mm
tlradford County' "' the followlnsT d"M..rl".II.rop- court liouse door on the first Mondnv taxes will be sold to the highest ; ,
12-17-51-1-14 In the County of lEradford. In the month of February, 1938, bidder' at the Courthouse door In ried it was decided to purchase a on Cor. Inq., $1.10; H. L Garrett, nil Cowart. $2.00; Mrs Delane;
of Florida to-wlt: which Is the 7th day of February, Starke on the 31st day of D..cem'b..r. Mrs. .
$10.00 Health Bond from the State Juror on Cor. Inq., ; N. L. Dickinson $600; Dora Taylor
OTU'w;] OF : : Half of North-west Quar 1938. 1937 at 11:00 o'clock A. M.Dated $
roil T'* DKRDWenate of Noitb-Kast Quarter and Dated this 14lh lAy of D"c..m.h..r. this thu 10th day of Decem Tuberculosis Association. Rowe Juror on Cor. ., $1.10; $4.00; Mrs. Onia T03'lol. $4 00Mra.

( Bill \0. 163NOTICK Half Except Nnrth-I ""t 1917. ber. 1937.OFFICIAL. of the Maggie Adklns $4 00 Mrs
The ;
repainting B. Cor.
IS 'MICKKMY\' : of South-West Quarter (OFFICIAL SEAT.) : ( SEAT.) mater Clyde Rowe JUI"OI on Inq.,
..J W. Hall holder of '' 14 Townxhlp 8 South A. J. THOMAS.: I A. J. THOMAS: metal work on the inside of the $1.10; A. E. Winkler. Juror on Cor. Estella Hlnson, $600; Mra. Rachel .
tificate No. Issued the 22 800 Clerk of Circuit Court ofTlradford Clerk of Circuit Court of
of August. 1127.\. D. 1933. more Eaxt or less.containing County, Florida. I Bradford County, Florida.OK County jai and other minor repairs i'nq., $1.10; E. Byrd Juror on Cor. Moody, $2.00; Wiley Grove

xame In my office and assessment of the said prop 121751114.NOTICK. 12.17.3t.1231.ORO.II was again laid over to give Inq., $1.10; A. J. Thomas, paying $4.00; W. R. Woodle. $.0; J. FDurrance.
application fur a tax .... under the said certificate 1.-
Ixxued thereon. Said .. was In the name of 11 D. OF API'I.IATIO> I PI BI.If"1'IO'i AMINOTICK : all interested parties an opportunity tor 1 cor of woo for' Co- Jail, $2.00; Miss Madeline

biac,s the following dexn. FOB TAX hEED' TO APPKAHTHK to submit bids to the Board at $4.50A.; O. Anclreu Cor. Inq., Frlgo, $6.00; Mrs Murilel Thorn.
erty In I the County of ...... said certificate. shall he (Kennte Bill No.; 1B.1) STATK OF KI.OKIDA :
"stale. of .Florida to-wit : "' .. according to law, the NOTICE IS HEHKBT, QIVKN, That To Donald McRae and ._.. ._ _.__ its next regular meeting January $8.90; H. V. Saxon Amt. Adv. to as, $2.00; Mrs. A. L. Creus $200.

North-East Quarter of ,'ty described therein uill be Foxier Shi Smith holder of Tax Orllflcatv McRue his wife: .1. I'. Clerk: 1- C. 3rd 1938. Mrs. H. L. Croft, pauper, $2000; Mrs. M. D. Harrcll, $200, Mn
Knxt Quaiter and I linnt to the highest bidder at the :-I... 651. Ixxiied the 7th davof I'aul, ami'or' Frederick C. Paul and Mrs. Fron
Snuth-Eant Quarter. of house door on the first !MonBE August. A. D. 1931, haw filedxame Kleanor I'aul his wife: Joseph H. Notry Public Bond for Joseph Bishop Office Equipment Co., Myrtle Priest $ ;
In my office: and ha* made:: Baker andlor J. H. Bilker andBaker .n_. E. In the amount of $500.00 Ledger Sheets & Car cuse 7, $3.83; nil Johns $600; W H Bel),
application J for a deed to beIxKueri his wife; .'. o. Baker; StellaV.
thereon. F1 'IJa'certificate embraces I Hill.V.: .:. Davis' ; \\". Kllerv ]( was' approved by the Board.A. Walker Evan*. &Cogswell, Indexing $4.00; Mrs. Pearl Simpson, $600

I the following dexcrlbed, property Davis, ; I.nuru A. Dnvls; Ellery W. J. Thomas, Clerk of the Cir Sheets $28.33; Geo. D. Mrs. Leila Rufuse, $4.00, :In. Luvlnfa .
MODERN In the County of ]tradfoid. Davis and ___ Davis his wife;
THIS YEAR "Slate nf Florida, to-wlt: Bruce L. Da\ls and _n___ Davis, cuit Court submitted a statement Barnard Stationery, Pencils for ( Barker, $2.00; Mis. L. R

I Northwext. Quarter of NortheaxtQuarter his wife; lllram I'enoyer and .___ of distributions and signed receipts Ct. House. $4.22; J" V. Jones I Edwards $2.00; Mrs. Edna Jones.
I & Southeaxt Quarter of Penoyer his wife; S. B. Minis and .
UNIVERSALUniversal Norlheaxt Quarter & North Half ____ :Minis/ his wife; Leon I.etclller for funds derived from the sale of thread and cloth for sewing rom, $6.00; Mra. Leah Nettlts, $600

I of Southeaxt Quarter Section 34 ; John F. Hurr; Harriett H Hub. Bonds accepted in the payment of ; C. B. Roberta, material for Mrs. Nellie Grlffls, $6 00. Mia. Ida
I Township 7 "South, Ranu-u. 21 bell; Joseph V. Porter: William II. $18.4
East containing 180cre", Porter and ,, ?__ Poiter. his wife; delinquent taxes, the report being Hewing room, $18.30; F. F. Stump George, ".00; Mrs. Edith Mosely.

more or lexx.The ..Io""I.h'lIte" Porter Jr. amiI'orter. ___ __ approved and ordered filed. F. GI'lftls. $200.
material for $21.77 Mrs. A.
: axxexxment of the xald his wife: Louise Porter, ; sewing room, ; $6.00;
.erty under the xald ,'.. "''' :\11'V.. Hunt Harris" ; Annie llollls.ter Reports were received from the O. W, Roberts material for sew Mrs. Hattie Alvarez $2 00; 18
Hlled wax In the name of : prol'-I ; I. :M. Little nnd'or' 1..0111.: Little
j Electric Irons Unlexx xald certificate .. and Annie 1'. Little, his wife; County Judge and the Jai Inspector ing room $15.00; Ernest Byrd Floy Thomas, $6.00: lrs. Irene

redeemed according.: to law theproperty Mary I':. "Couant and'or Mary. H.Cowurt which were approved and Janitor for Nov., $40.00; L. Rlgdon. $7.00; Mrs. Bi-rthu Crews,

i 3.50I to the dexcrlbed hijrhext' therein'bidder I will at the bexolil I i[ .. and: Marie William Aiuuiidu. Have,Frawxiskai her husIband ordered filed.It L.Sal Conner Sal Co. Comm'rs, $ .0; Mia. Eliza Hall, $200; Rile}

$ court tiouxe door on the flrxt :Mondav I : Francis H. Leggett and ___.n waa reported that there was $30.00; H. V. Saxon Sal. Co. Johns $2.00; Mrs. Onie Starling,
I In the month of )'.. naN Leggett his wife; John' B Lalllet
which Ix the 7th day of "',.hru''y.1' and f.aIIlet, his wife; J. E. some discrimination shown between Comm'rs $20.00; Mallory Thomas $2.00; Mrs. Willie Wimpy, $2.0

1938. Dunneadv Jr. and _. Dunneadv the local Drug Stores and Sat Co. Comm'rs $3000; J. M. Mrs. Ruby Candy $200; Mrs
I Hated thlx 14lh day of December. his wifeV.; C. Foster: Hari y H.: .
UniversalHeating 11131.tW"'J'IAL. Clark and,or H. 1C'llIrk ; Louisa Physicians in the operation of the Rosier Sal. Co. Com'rs. $30.00; Lizzie Tyler, $6.00; Mrs. Lizzie Tyler

( HKALtA. Wolff; Manning. nrlffls: Cornelia Clinic Fund expenditures and the T.D.Dyal Sal. Co. Comm rs, $30.00; ; H. C. Green. $7.00; Mrs
J. THOMAS: !' D $8.0
trims Individually and as Admlnlstrati -
I Pads Clerk of circuit Court of 'Ix uf estate Manning: I I Board ordered an investigation A. O. Andreu. 1 day with Co. John Klnlaw, $400: Mrs. AllwnHaislop

1-tradford County, Florida.. W. OrlfTiH, deceased ; J. E. Futch and and report at ahe next regular Comm'rs $4.00; Womana' Club at $2.00; D. J. Phillips $4 0
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12-17-51-1-1 Futch. his wire; A. A. Futcli1
$3.25 I and _. ___ Flitch his wire; John meeting. Starke Allowance on Library expo Mrs. Carrie Mills Ingram $200

VOTICK OF ,PPIICATION Hvnson. and _u _._ Benson his wife; R..gulal and routine bills were $10.00; N. D. Wainwrlght, Sal. Supervisor Mrs. Mattie E. Manirc, $200.: 0
FUR TAX l KIiUrmmtr H. Oreenbuum and flreenbauni -
( Bill V... 111:1): his wife; 1-'. W. Tuttle; Benjamin Approved and ordered paid a per Reg., $30.00: A. J. Tomas C. Kelly, $7.00; Mrs. Lillie Collier

I NOTICE IS III HIn01 V 1--1.: ThatFoxier Septimus Brlggs and ___.__ warrant lists 280 to 282 Inclusive Sa I. & Indexing $133.10; A. J. $2.00; Mrs. Cora Strickland. $400
; "Shi "Smith" holder of Tax Certificate Brlggs, his wife; Kohert Thomson
N... 631, Ixxued the 7th day Hrselton and _____ Heselton, his in the amount of 1744.00 In Thomas Amt. Adv. E. Lennon for Total $254.0. Grand total $ 77.0

of AiiKiixt. A. 1 I 111,13.: : hax filed wire; It. L. Dowllng and Beuluh H.I.owllns. the General Fund; as per warrant repairing Table Ct. House, .25; .- -
xame in my office and han made his wire; Lula. :M. Langley -
application/ a tax deed to beIxHiietl I : A. 1'. Clark; n. ":. Vanburen list 283 in the amount of $638.66 Carpenter's Drug Store, Clinic, Kidderminster, Enjy.. lia eiec'.cJclosetotheground !

thereon. Said certificate embracex and ._h. Vttilburen. his wire; f'. In the Fine and Forfeiture Fund; ; M. C. Thomas 1 cord wood loiiJ sign8
the followingdexcrlbed. property H. Illvers iind ______ Klvers, hiswire S31.81
Universal Electric In the County of Bradford, ; Sam Rosenberg, trading as as per warrant lit 284 in the for C. Jai. $5.00; Gassett Hard which have made a hit with thf

I Coffee Maker State of Florida Quarter, to-wlt of i iSouthwext NortheaxtQuarter Cash Department doing business Store as;The,\".Ceylona B.Heeves -. amount of $700.00 In the Building ware ., and bracks $1.10; drivers of midget car.

& .Houtheaxt Quarter of : <:'ompany, Cecil Haruse and Fund; as per warrant list 283 in E. A. Winkler. lights, jai and Ct.

Brews Deliciouu Flavor Northwext Quarter of Section Leila Hafll e. nls wire.: Hester I.*. the amount of $ .00 In the Agricultural House Total ..
2S Townxhlp. 7 South Ranee 21Kaxt 'I Thomas; U U. Pollard; Mrs. InexPollnrd $ $1,74.21.Grand
ful Coffee with hardly containing- Acrex, More and J. H. pollard her husband Fund; and as per war $0,705.10. I

any waste at all an Ideal or IjeRH.The : V. :M. I vex: Elisabeth Dees rant lists 286 to 288 inclusive In Building Fund 666C'he
of the xald .
axxexxinent" and K. D Dees, her husband; C. H.
Gift- eily under the xald ".. .. I :Marks; F. M. Dee; B. F. Llpscomb the amount of $2 4.o In the Wid M. A. as Liquidator of
Htied waa In the name of prol.1 and -? Lipscomb. his wire; Zei ow's Pension Fund.It Smih.
I Unlem ald certificate the County Bank Far
$4.95 nada X Pent and W. D. Dent, her
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'redeemed according to law husband; John Alexander (Jrahamand was decided to continue payments mers Market site $700.00. Total l.t dl"
: I dexcrlbed therein will I bexold ___ _. SamjC. ,
property' Orahain his wife; W
; to widows with
: krl
I to the hlghext bidder at the Lane and _._u Lane his wife; dependentchildren $700.00. LIQI.0 TAR..FT.I.'a.
HandsomeUniversal I 1 court houxe door on the flrxt Monday J. 1>. Lemore and .u___ Lemore. his or to other qualified under Agricultural Fund CHOPS .I"
'In the month of February, 1938, wife; ('h..... Roberts and ____ Roberts _World1* ..
that -Mr.Tlam"
; Toasters which IH the 7th day of February, his wire; J. C. Kdl.. andor J. cassiicaton. for the time T. McCIane, Jr.. Salary Co. Try .1. _
1938. i*. Kddy: and _' .. Edle andor.| __... being unti further of K .
I Dated thin 14th dayof De..m.b..r. Kddy, his wife; '1'V.. Pitts and acton
Makes Breakfast the Board.
so easy 11137.OF.'f'IAI.: Pitts, hls wlfe; U. 8. IJeasleyand
to prepare. A joy in any ( ( 8KAL) : .- Beasley, his I wife;: R. J. Warrants were ordered draw
A. J. THOMAS: Hackney; W. :M Ha..kn..yIrs.; : Mary
: home- Clerk of Circuit Court of Hopkins; :Mao :Mcltae and h. _- Me.Rae. for th following amount: DON'T GAMBLE
.95Aladdin Bradford County, Florida. his. wifethe: unknown heirs General Fund
121751114. davlsees, legatees or other claimants
claiming u"deV.. J. Griffin Alex Cross paupr. $2.00; Kate
"P"1 %.. WAMTRR'S' !! !SOTlrROK deceased; the unknown heirs devisees Mitchell, SI.O; J, F. Dur- WITH FATHER TIME
WALK legatees or other claimants
NOTICK is HKIIKHV: OIVKN: that rance, pauper $2.00; Hughes
claiming under O. J. CrlfTIn if living Wl
Electric and Oil Burning Lamps under and In accordance with that and If .either all or any of said pauper $1. 0; McGuire
certain final decree of forecloxureand defendants are dead then
xnle rendered by Hon. A. X.Adklna TO the unknown heirs, devisees pauper, $3.00; Emma Murphy I
NOTHING ax Judge of the Circuit grantees, or other claimants claimIng pauper $2.00; Mrs. J. C. Box pu-I
Courr of iratlfnid, County Florida. under either, all or any or suchDerendants
MORE BEAUTIFUL In Chancety In that certain cauxependlna specifically named In per $3.00; Mrs. Mary C. ,
In xald Court wherein Federal aboxe paragraph" as may b.. dead at THE
NOTHING Farm' :Morta-aKe Corporation IN the 11"mo or tiling this bill of complaint nil of said land being In Township
plaintiff and 1.1; a MI I.ewlx Kt.: A I. ; 7 South' Itange 23 Bust.
MORE PRACTICAL i are defendantx. Caxe NIK 741 the TO the several and respective hus.bands You are further notified that you
tiiiderxlgned Special, :Maxter. by Kald or wives or all the natuial, a"c each of you are required to file
NOTHING I eI."I1t1'I.oIIII..d.. will veil to persons herein named as Derendantsto : your appearance In snld cause. 'In the
hlichext bidder for caxh. in front this bill and the names or whomseveially ,. Clerk's, office. In the Court House In
MORE APPRECIATED I the South front door of the th"l and respectively. ar... except Starke l..r.rlll'.nly. on
ford County Coiirthouxe In .. as hereinbefore. specificallymentioned Monduv .' U3.! Flnrlla.....
FOR XMAS! GIFTSThan Florida durlnic the Jexal hour* ofxalo unknown to Plaintiff; after tile your \ or other OLD
I on Monday, January 3rd A. To any and all unknown persons pleadings as required i.y law, or a
A Smart U. 1931. the following; premlxec situate who tlalm anv estate, right title orInterest d. cree pro confvsso will lia enteredou. ,
TABLE OR JI'LOOltLAMP In Bradford County Florida In and to the lands her..lnItfl.r IlInl".t > I
to-wlt : described. I. or" any pint thereof It Ix furtherordered that this or
I NW'4> of NWM\ of Sec. 1. Twp. either* as heirs, devisees, grantees, der be published, ont'e eat h week
a H.! li. 21 Kaxt cvntalnliiK 4acreM .. or other claimants. tinder any of. Ihenllm..d fur fmir consecutive ueeks In the
\\'e Itave Them more fir lexti, tone her above. Defendants, ur either 11'1lf..c, Coiintv 'I'.I..rarh. a newx-
I wltti It* tenements heredltanientH of them: plhl hed Dracford Coun
and ai>i"iirtenanceM thereunto To the followingmimed corporations ty F'h"lcn.
belonicinK. or In anywayappeitalnlnw. to-wlt: Florida Central Peninsula AXI OIUiRRKD: at Chanlberx -
Oil Burning Lamps I Railway Company" ; The Florida In Florida this lit day BOY
I T. Frank Landrum, Railroad Company; WoodwardWight of December, A. D 1937.
I An I'Ip..11I1)1I..I"r' : ) In Chancery.Knlxht & Company, Ltd.; W. C. Foster A. Z. A
$4.95 to $10.00 Ai KnlKht Company. ; H. McConsers A Company, flK''jll'
I I Atiornvyii for plaintiff. ; Th*. Alfred 1 R. Sax LumberCompany .
12-17-31-12-31.: ; O. ... tlrlffln # Company; Mini't: OF APP"f"'f o Q
Electric Lamps I J C. pcnuey-ilwlnn Corporation KOK T'
I n'fl('.: 0.' .. ....: Oil' T.\X I American: Agricultural, : ChemicalCompany i <..rnm* Hill f1 IH.1I .
:$2.00 to $ 10.00 <'.:RTU'U' "f!:" : \\'. II. Heals A Company., XpTK'K 1 HKRKBY.OIVKN. that r
I NOTICK IS HKKKBV: UIVKV, that a banking' corporation L The Dollar I n.V.. lal.>holder of Tax Certlflonte May let you "get away with it" for a time. hut "11; .
I II Mr. :Minnie Phillip ha* filed with
Savings Bank, a corporation; Bank Issued the 8th day of
me written' reiiuent that the taxcertlflcatex of London; UIt I :hTIl/C1I-: July, A. I). 191, has filvil immi In or later he'll catch you. IT MAYBE THIOtW
toKt-ther. with all iitbMoiiuent You and ..a'h of yon are hereby my office made application 1 So forestall him by insuring TODAY.
I I omitted or luvled taxuM held notified that the plaintiff L. B. for tax deed to be Issued thereon.
hv the State be advertlxed and xold Alexander has nled his bill of complaint Salil c.rllf"'at.. embraces the fol-
AH with genuine whlp-o- to the hlfhext bidder for cash a* In the Circuit Court of Bradford owingdescribed. property In .. prompt
.provided by Houxe Hill :)1fl)! of the County Florida, against" you Cnunl)' nt Bradford. of Fl0"smithWest This firm is noted for reliable and
lite shades. Will hold I un! actM uf the t.ealxlature, uIonI and each <>t' you as Defendants, Ida. It.le of claims
i h.. following dexcrlbed real extate. seeking the foreclosure. of tax sale Quarter nf NorthWest payment
their color. In the County ef Bradford, State of certificates covering the following Quarter Hectlon 23, Town--
"Florida to-wlt: described lands: s ...
Ihlp South. Manure 22 Needed
.SKI. of MKi-i: "Hoc.' J7 T... 11 S.1C. All of ", ..0. U *'" or SB14' NWliof rontftlntnir 40 acres more Kast You Can Give Them More
2ft 13. containing; 40 Aorex, SIjl''l' HI., of NI"r .UK'''.,, I..Ma. Noting
I nMire or I....... NEl. of NET'* of Sec.. 10: Kl., The assessment of the said .
We will allow The taxes to be iol you $1 on by certificate No. 90 of 1nl > .. Polcy
rexpectlvely of HWt,, HW" or SKU ofNWi' was In the name of Iiavls Dontnpss
mid reprexent. taxex for of Hep. II ; all of Sec. li: ; ley.
your oM lump on any oil the year 1934. amounilnK" to ft*03. all of H..<>. 13: \.j.' w-i nt HWiv, : | snld certificate he C'Mu
ALSO: Sl% of Si:'., of "Heo.' 17 or "' ..... 14: HUM\ EM of NK:> nrcordlna- law"hal, redecmpil Insure today with us and play Santa
burning lamp. I TI'I M. It. 21 K, contalnlnic 80 NWli of Nf:',.. K>4 of :NWlJ! erly ".."..rlb.c therein will be prop sold in big
.w-.. Acrex. more or leneThe WU of RvVl.l: HBVi of SWl. ofSecT to '' hld.ler at the a : way
I II taxee to he Hold 1 are evidenced IS; NK''i" B>, of NW(.. H\V>. house door on the first :Monday court In
I by certificate .;Vux..) 132 uf Baa rexpectlvely of NW\... NK<4 of SWV4. NW14of the month o* February. 10JS ChHRAL
aiur reprexent taxe* for SK'i of Sec. UK'\, of Sec. I" th.. 7th day of
BRADFORD HARDWARE COMPANY I the year 1934! amounting to 934 "3. 21; all:, except WVi of NWW ofSec. thl" 1-"hrlory. ha. WAINWRIGHT
AI.l! *u: KV, of N'V'HW'.. of 22: ..II. except UK"4 nf HWV 1t.d 1th I'"h..r. AND
:NK''. SWV4 of ....". 20 '1'I ,.f Beo. 23; N."". aW4! of WI4 IAL ) ,
Starke, Fla. H. It. 21 .:.. containing ISO II'( !. of FVi; of Snc. 14: NWH o r .PI A. J. JOHN
I Acrex. more or lea* N&4. Nli of NWV- ,.. of ....". 1/ : f'l..rk TIIOMAI. FLA.
The taxe* to be Hold are evidenced W *fot riWH\ at NJ! ". N14 off ( ". STARK
by, certificate Nov >3* llt r..1 NW"aq" MWJi o. 8_ 111 u.n. Counlir' 11 11t
., '" .::'.Y"'ri'i:'r.e ,\ .. : J. r > ',' 'i f. <,+ $ f .;..,.: '-ill' 'i iiI .:, i '. '.'" :.. >\.TI--V' ,',''' -'d .., ',., h"A'''!, '' ,. .-

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Merry Christmas:
and those we hope to
and make during the r
A Happy New Year Bearing good will of the season New Year
we wish a
Simply, yet sincerely, too. Merry Christmas
E. K. PERRYMAN and )
County Judge Comes this hearty Christmas greeting A Happy New YearWishing I

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and your hearts ')'' .
To wish you a generous '
on May the joys of Christmas i Share of blessingsChristmas .1
Day the cheer of friendship And may the New Year, : ''
the gladness of fond memories Bring you ever ').1 ,
is our wish make the season merry and the Increasing happiness. ?.1
'New Year happy for you.


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MERRY CHRISTMAS Gis the season is bs jollu.. "' :'

YULE TIDE CHEER[ Our wishes for you at this I t .
May you find the path season are double those for :;
to happinessAnd
Your and
friendship support
walk in its ways of gladness ,
have been and are g
Till Christmas shall come again. precious boons to us everyday :
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Had I the words of a great Not only on bright with many joys, ,-
May the spirit of the season poet at my .commanu.1, I Christmas Day that will light your I'
Put! it last
sincere may to .successduring ,
could say nothing more way '
With its holiness and peace than the simple ThroughoutThe 1938 "J '
New Year
Bring joys to you that through the years MERRY CHRISTMAS CITY'I

I Will deepen and increase. with which I greet you. KITTIES SERVICE BARBER SHOP ,

W. P. SMITH DR. M. B. HERLONG Buck Crawford, Mgr. S. E. Sparks, Prop. I A

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.G p y ,; Bradford County Telegraph The regular Christmas Eve service HAVE GOOD SALEMRS. again Tax reminded Collector-citizens C, A.of the Knight occupational ON ABSTRACTCLERK'S OFFICE PRAISED \

will be held at St. Mark'sEpiscopal ALVAREZ MAKES FINAL
1 MEMBER Church beginning at REPORT ON WORKIN and professional licenses FOR WELL KEPT

/4 1 twelve o'clock tonight .(Friday]). COUNTYThe tax that becomes delinquent RECORD BOOKSA '
iii \ 7( $> FLORILV\PRESS ASSOCIATION 1 after December 31. The State : .
I / % a It will of Holy be followed Communion.by the A celebration cordial- response to the annual Comptroller's office recently sent momentous job has been In ..

i'' 3 h Seal Bond sale In Bradford Mr. supply of warrentsto progress for the past several
r 3oewa td ::7 E ti welcome Is extended to everyone Christmas Knight n
at the court house
County has been highly satisfactory issue against anyone who does weeks
1 to join In this service. The Sunday )'
eight organizations havIng not his license by the deadline where the Peninsular Abstract
Established 1877 pay
,; % School'tI\ 'Christmas celebration : -
; purchased $75 worth of the However the tax collector Co., of Inverness Is preparing an
be held at 7:30
will tonight :
i Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second ClaSS bonds according to Mrs. Lucia S. feels sure that local business and abstract on the Empire LumberCompany's

i 'rt Office at Starke FloridaE.TTMatthews o'clock."J.. Alvarez, Chairman of the sale professional men will pay up as holdings In this coun- 1(
Matter at the Post :-. ty. Mrs. Bill Drake and Mrs. Gene 11
he "around to see
as gets
a soon
{ .,-. POST OFFICE here.Mrs. the them. I Dickinson of Inverness are the
r J HITEditor and OwneSUBSCRIPTION Alvarez stated that
+ stenographers doing the work.
GETS BIG RUSH hospital for the Tuberculous will: .

i V j open January 3. "Three hundredand YOUNG BOY Frank Sanders, ownermanagerof

( it ? ?i' RATE STUMP SAYS RECORDS I; twelve beds are available but the abstract company, spends
f BROKEN THIS more are needed to take care of applications GETS CLOTHING part of his time here and praises
{I 4// Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance WEEK already received. While highly the fine shape in which rec- 1

t % Advertising Rates on Application the actual campaign ends at ROTARY CLUB HAS FINE ords are kept In, the ogclo of A. J.

t idk. ""The postofflce here has handledthe Christmas, It is never too late to PROGRAM FORCHRISTMAS Thomas clerk of the circuit court.

1 i :' [ biggest volume of mall in the" send In money for seals" she said.! The records here are among the /

; TilE REAL SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS history of its existence this week, All mall contributors are urgedto under best and most modern he has come
t tt i], i/> \ commented Postmaster Fred F. A fine Christmas program I
send In their checks as soon as the direction of R. F, Clark, was in contact with, Mr. Sanders: says.

Those'ho have come .to think of Christmas simply asa the Stump windows yesterday.mail Looking and package through! possible as the need for funds 1 Is enjoyed by Rotarians here at their I When the job Is completed here, '

f matter of sifts egg-nog, and firecrackers, will do well tread < could be observed piled so high as: great. In thanking everyone for Wednesday luncheon. I the abstractors will go to Union
responsiveness and generosity I County where the Empire Co., also p
small mountains. The Mr. Clark brought home In avery
& I f ii 4 the following paragraphs from an article by Dr. J. W to resemble : Mrs. Alvarez told of the fight to what should be I owns some land. The abstract Is
; local office has added to Its forceof effective way
r Holland in the December Progressive Farmer. Seldom has: employees ,to handle the extra-I I prevent the spread of Tuberculosis the reul spirit of Christmas. He necessary In some dealings the
it and to effect a cure; how new company is having with the paper
volume of mail matter Introduced to the club members a
'' such effective Christmas sermon been packed into so few methods are being used as well as I mill companies The Empire own
an and a line of persons, sometimesten young boy, from an underprivileged -
I the latest treatment; and how laboratories 300,000 acres of land in Bradfordand
t f} words as in this brief message: and fifteen strong, stands almost lire at work constantly; Bradford County family, who Union CountiesKNIGHT \ \

r "Christmas more than a date on the calendar. It is a constantly before the delivery to perfect preventive serum. had been forced to stay out of -
his '
4: I windows ,each waiting school because he did not have,

p spirit. It is a thaw that warms the blood. It attacks peo tuin. tlons"To and date schools the following have purchased organlza shoes nor sufficient clothing. Mr. i HEADS

Some of,'the7 postofflce employees Clark then called on Santa Claus JACKSON DINNER
folks caroling
of all Children sing it. Young go bonds: County Commissioners a
pie ages. conventional
are having arrive nearly an (Bill Graham in the
into their $10 bond: Woman's Club, a $5!
i t it. At Christmas old sober-sides steal furtively hour early Jn*the mornings so as Parent-Teachers Association red suit and long white whiskers) COMMITTEE NAMED FOR
; houses with packages under their arms. Grandmothers will not to run too far behind in put- ;a $5 bond; W. T. Weeks: to "do his stuff." Santa took the ANNUAL EVENT
the mail and have been boy off-stage and when the young HERE
sit knitting little garments with a quiet chuckle in their ting up Chapter U D. C., a $5 bond: Ro- 1
working two and three hours fellow returned he was warmly
wonder of little children, tary Club a $5 bond; Lawtey; chairman of the
i hearts, thinking of the open-eyed overtime ,early every afternoon clad in new shoes trousers, and a Governor Cone
School, a $10 bondHampton; school Jackson Dinner celebrations
Mr. Clark announced
it Christmas Eve. this week lumberjack.
; come bond Intermediate and Primary -
a $10 ; had been for Florida has appointed H, V.
that the clothing pur-
i "It is a time when the stars seem nearer. We shuffled Postmaster Stump expressedhis local of grades only of B.HS., a $25! chased by the club as Its Knight Starke attorney, to serveas
that the
t off the weight of the years and mend the broken places in our confidence second class bond and the high school depart- tion to the spirit of contrlbu-I Bradford County chairman for
j s.U fice would become a ment of BUS. and the R. J. E. the event. It will be held at the
fresh assurance of the Life Eternal. next It Is now in Songs and Christmas music
hopes a postofflce year.
colored school are yet to be heard< Woman's Club here Saturday
"Christmas seems to fit into all climes and is the joy of) the third class but by reaching a from" Mrs. Alvarez said. were enjoyed I night January 8 at 8 o'clock. Other -
certain volume of business It will calendars bearing the
i all peoples. It fills the Negro cabin as well as the pillared of Novelty members of the committee are
second class postof- to
; enter the Rotary Insignia, were given ,. Judge A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. N.
I; house of the planter ; it distills its joy in the settler's shack flees July 1, bringing shorter 2 PROJECTS each member by the president L D. Wainwright.

cathedrals thousand hours and better pay to the employees A. Gray.
the a yean READY
and echoes through naves SEEM Mr. Knight stated that the prin-
its as well as certain otheiimprovements. .
{ t old. Neither country nor city has any monopoly upon : AND NEW cipal speaker will be L. F. Chap-

u"" witchery, and no passing of many years seems able to make The expediency and efficiency FARMERS SCHOOL REPORTED MARKET READYTO TOURIST HITS man superintendent of the Florida
1 brief
who will make a
its poetry into commonplace prose. It is the high-water tide< with which the mail and packagesare GO BOY ON BIKE State Farm
; address. Other features of enter-
f r) being delivered and dispatchedhere
p '' of all that is best and purest in us. SoLet's -. is a credit to Postmaster Steps forward on two Important STANLEY NOEGEL IMPROVING tainment will be dances skits

")".< Stump and his expert staff. Bradford County projects were AFTER HAVING SKULL songs etc. Mrs. Wainwright and
r all go back to Bethlehem, taken this week as a wire was received FRACTUREDHit Mrs. E. L. Matthews are membersof

,( Forgetting wars and strife, from Washington stating) the entertainment committee.All .
MRS. MEADLE by a fast moving automo-
;'I And hear the angels sing again that the General Accounting Office public officials and other
about 9
/ bile Sunday morning
y i DIES had approved the title to i a prominent citizens In each com-
r Their minstrelsy of life. o'clock the condition of young
,; central farmer's market here and munity In the county will be ask-

; t a WELL KNOWN BUSINESS almost at the same time a stake Stanley Noegel. 16 was pronounced ed to serve on the attendance committee -

0- WOMAN BURIED AT ST.SIMON'S was driven marking the starting "improving" Tuesday from the Mr. Knight said, Red Kerce
+I ( ISLAND Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville will have charge of publicity. 1i
1 / point of the first unit of the new
,; THE TREE AND WHAT IT MEANS where he is confined with a fractured
Mrs Elizabeth Meadle 67 well- elementary school building. skull and minor cuts and

Most of us would not think of going through Christmas: known local business woman died Announcement that the title tithe bruises. GETS TIME

s without the traditional tree. We go out into the woods, suddenly! here Sunday afternoon as market had been approved In The youth and his sister MaxIne FOR BAD CHECKMAN
Washington was interpreted by
the result of a heart attack She
1 braving the danger of snakes, briars, and'the possibility of interested persons here to mean were riding bicycles toward
been 111 several
had days.
town on Road 28, and when almost GIVEN SIX MONTHS
F1,' t 1 chopping off a couple of fingers. Afer ,hours of searching, Formerly a resident of Bruns- that work will start at the site a directly before the home of W. H. FOR WORTHLESS

it home and spend hours wick, Ga., Mrs. Meadle also lived half-mile north of here very soon.
we find a tree to suit us, bring Striith a car driven by a tourist PAPER
r stringing lights and sprinkling "snow" over it. Cut we seldom In Jacksonville twenty-two years The same thing -early actual from Cleveland Ohio en route to
j } before coming to Staike where construction is expected by F. M. Brown roving bad check
Miami struck the him
& stop: to think where the custom originated or who had the( she made her,home with her son- friends of the school oject. Tues- twenty-three feet. boy tossing artist was sentenced Thursday to

first Christmas tree. : in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs day morning at 10 o'clock Supt. A, six months by County Judge E. K. '
: I The automobile contained Mrs.
several members of the
J. Griffis
C. II Nasworthy. Perryman. Brown was convictedof
Where the idea came from i is still 'a disputed question. Hoi.tense Selinan and the driver,
school board and other offtcfals
12 12i Besides her daughter she is county passing a bad check for fifteen
'r in ancient Rome were known to have decorated evergreen gathered at the site of the a man whose name was not learn
People survived by three brothers, N. S.,. dollars nt the local store of Alex-

I'' i: trees at certain seasons of the year: Egypt, India, and J. 0., and H. 'L. Denver, and one proposed new building and markedthe ed here. It went into the ditch aft- ander and Co., where he had 1
the collision.
{ other countries are said to have done the same. One tale gives sister Mrs E. y Roberts all of starling point of the first er A settlement was obtained from ; bought a pair of shoes and received t
$25,000 unit. The completed build-
k Brunswick about $12 change, which was
the distinction of originating the yule tree to Martin Luther Mrs. Meadle was a member of ing will be composed of three the: tourists by the family of the recovered. The shoes were not

The story goes that one starry Christmas Eve he was so im the Episcopal Church and funeral units but they will be constructed Injured boy. found.

pressed by the beauty of the heavens that he went into his services were held from the Nan- one at a time.Everyone The bogus check was drawn on '

garden and obtained a little fir tree' which he carried into worthy home at ten o'clock Tues- construction hopes on that these the two expected Im-- Clay County Man Dies the Florida Bank at Starke was
i day morning with the Rev. Mr. dated Dec. 15, and was signed by R
i the house and there decorated it with candles to symbolizethe portant projects will get underway
Fred Yerkes':;officiating. He was E. M. Wilson. 75. life-long resident Brown. The prisoner has already
glory of the heavens. / assisted by the Rev. W. A. Fischer without further. delay of Clay County and former been turned over to Nassau Coun-

But no matter how it beg-an'it is a beautiful custom., and the Rev.. Leslie Shepherd. Interment police chief of Green Cove Springs ty officials and will work out, his
was Tuesday afternoon at SECOND AUCTIONNETS died Monday. Arrangements were sentence on Nassau County roads.
However, we will obtain mor&.real satisfaction from our
I? St. Simons Island Ga. In charge of the Boree Funeral .
trees if we will think not onlybf their physical beauty, but Active pall'bearers were Dr. W. $50TAX Home of Starke.
Christmas Day ShootThe
also of the fact that they symbolize the glory of the heavens., B. Paiks. B. Jacobs, F, F Stump I BILLS TOTALING .

E, L Matthews Jos. E. Wilson.R. $8,83165 ARESETTLED "White' Reappointed '
o' J. Davis, tT. F. Landrum and Starke Gun Club has completed -

J, W. McLendon of Jacksonville. plans for a special shoot tomorrow -

DON'T WORRY OVER TUNG OIL SUBSTITUTE _. .-- Bradford County netted only $50 George C. White former resident Christmas Day, and the

MASONS ELECT from Its second sale of delinquent of Starke and now head of public is cordially invited. The

I Those who are watching with interest the development tax certificates under the Murphy the Banking Department In the shoot will be held at the regular

I' of a large tung oil industry in the western part of Bradford OFFICERSC. Law. The auction at which tax state comptroller's office, has been place on the old air port and will
bills totalling $8.31,65 were settled reappointed to the executive com- begin at two o'clock in the after-
; County need not be unduly alarmed by the announcement H. NASWORTHY WILL HEAD was held here in front of the mittee of the National Associationof noon. The club will furnish targetsfree

,? that a Louisville, Ky., 'scientist has discovered a substitute ORGANIZATION NEXT court house beginning at eleven State Bank Supervisors. to all shooters.

4 for this valuable ,element. It was inevitable that attempts YEARC. o'clock last Friday. Sale of the

,il would be made to develop a satisfactory substitute for this H. Nasworthy was elected forty-seven parcels of land was THE BENSON FAMILY STRONG l\-J
II conducted by Clerk of the CourtA.
oil that is increasingly in demand for use in high grade paints Worshipful :Master of the local J. Thomas in forty minutes. As BELIEVERS IN EDUCATION
Masonic Lodge at a meeting held
{'v and varnishes. Several times before the discovery of substitutes here Monday night. He will hold at the first sale! owners of theprope.ty &111'1"

1' ,+ has been loudly announced, but under the acid test of office during 1938 continued the practice of An Interesting
bidding $1 plus costs for the sidelight on the versity last summer, and in his
1 actual use they have never been found to equal the qualities Other officers elected at this I I, lflcates.: cer- family of J. H. Benson, B. H S. classes were his wife, two daughters -

ii of', real tung oil. So might it be with this latest "discovery." Warden meeting; wereC.E.' :W. A.Hayes Futch Junior Senior A small sale will be conducted high, school principal, was given In his brother, sister-in-law,

f Until time has actually tested the claims of scientists, there Warden; D. P. Carpenter, Treasurer -: at 11 o'clock today (Friday), while a from recent Associated Press dispatch nephew, and niece.
I the: next big auction-that of the Gainesville It was In the Mrs. G. R. Benson (Dudley's
4 is no need to predict the doom of the tung oil industry in ; Nat Sternberg Secretary; Empire Lumber Co., lands-will form of an Interview with Dudley mother) is now teaching at Flag-
P. M. Barefoot Senior
Deacon J.
Bradford County or anywhere else. r ; be held at 11 o'clock Monday. W. Benson, a Junior at the University ler Beach. Marjorie (J, H.'s daughter -
H. Benson" Junior Deacon L. G.
: I .- of Florida, and nephew of our ) Is taking business subjects at
o Powell Senior\ Steward; Joe Sis- Mr. Benson
Tallahassee, where she is Junior
trunk Junior Steward( ; J. T. Scouts Enjoy Hike a
I a The article stated that "here is and a student assistant to the
1 % MAE WEST AS EVE WASN'T SO FUNNY Barnes Chaplain; C. A. Knight, one family that goes In for education teacher of accounting. Robert Ben

.\ Tiler; A.:J.. Thomas Marshal. The Boy Scout troop hiked to in a big way" and went on to son Is assistant coach at Pahokee,

r The National Broadcasting Company is having to make -.--Duties- Slngsley Lake last Friday afternoon prove Its point by stating that: and will come to the University

1. ''I '( public apologies for a Sunday night radio skit in which Mae Resumes and made camp for the night Dudley Benson and his mother soon to*take commercial training.

: ; West and Don Amcche were allowed to give a parody on A': it the J. M. Alvarez place Each and father will all receive degrees Every member in the family U
a. After;.0 two week's Illness at the boy built his own fire and cooked from the University in

: Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. We thought at the home of her parents here. Miss his own food After supper a J. H. Benson received August.his Mas majoring following the In business example of education the B.,

,i '' + time that the sketch was off-color for the radio-reputed toy Ruth Johnson supervisor of Wom meeting was held at which Scoutmaster ter's Degree In 1938 while his H. 8. principal who Is In charge

,, 'I be so strictly censored. It was one of those things, supposed en's work centers in Bradford Elmo Struth said that the brother, Robert, received his A. B. of the training of business teacher
bounty, Monday resumed her du- first scout winning his three Eagle at the
+k to be funny, at which you are expected to laugh, but can'tquite ties.: During ahe absence of Miss Palms will be given $5, and the son won same a state time certificate Mrs. J. H.in commercial Ben University In the summer of Florida.sessions at the

make it. They weren't row-minded people who wrote Johnson, Mrs. Rhoda Dumpier, second and third will be given subjects and la now teach We hope this is all clear to you.

t rri all those letters of objection to the NBC. They were simply also connected with the WPA In 1250 each The awards are donated ing stenography in B.H.S. If It ian t, you will have to tee
he county, has been In charge of by the scoutmaster and his two J. H.
r good._solid citizens who o _when to draw t as ta, Benson errfe, taught a course in some member of the Benson fam'n' -

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