Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 31, 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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-t"I".".. SIXTY STAKKK, FLORIDA ;;IU\\', UKCKMHKK: 31, 1U37 Nl'.MItKIl: JSINK: :.:

CHRISTMAS fi Already Empty WELFARE PAYS GREEN THINKS I Take Good Aim Tax action Nets \



I I County $20,000

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MRS. KNIGHT HAS Umpire Is Outbid On "

\Some Merchants Report I Hoard Will Aid Klind Increased As BEST TREE 2SJ9S8 OF Their

Biggest Season Since And Near mind Local Office Ad ranees K1GIIT DOLLAR PRIZE OFFERED 23./01 Acres r

EstablishmentIplME SoonASSISTANCE To Second Class I AS FIRST ./

-. -- AWARD 100 VIEW SALE I''

(fllRKS:\ EIGHTEEN CLERKSSanta RISES/ SINCE JULY 1 FOR WASHINGTON: SOON winner of the outdoor Christmastree 7. Ilartlett Gets Largest ..
I contest this year sponsoredby 1I .
I Portion Of Land
I three organizations: The Wom
Claus came to town durIng Bradford Old Chances fur a new government
County's Age Assistance und
I an's Club, The Rotary Club Here
the /holidays in possibly more i payroll since the State building In Starke have been materially W the Chamber of Commerce. Mrs. MondayBradford

trays than since boom days, when Welfare Board began to functionon Increased: by the fact that E Knight, also last year's winner, 0 __ _;,,
dollars meant little more than July 1 has reached the sub- the prstoffice here will advance to 1 waR given the top award of $8. County's coffers arc w'

doughnuts to the average profes- stantial total of $12,291.70.Old second 1 class in July, Congressman Second prize: $1 went to Mrs. L. richer by $20,000 today as a result "

ilonal and business man. In a I Age Assistance paymentshave II. A. Green said yesterday. i i D. Vlnlnlan.1\ Mrs. D. P. Curpen- of the fourth sale held) here Monday i

hasty: Monday( morning survey of Just a very few minutes after increased from month to The representative leaves the ter won third prize, $3 under, the Murphy Bill when :

leading business houses here, the t taking her well-filled stocking month in practically every! countyof I litter purt of the week for Washington I Mrs. Knight's tree was truly n 138 parcels!: of land belonging' to ,:

1'elrgraph Is more than pleased to down from the mantle, little Judy I the state as additional names where the regular session | work of art, painted white and the Empire Lumber Co of Jacksonville j'

jld J l and record such statements I Green, daughter of Mr and Mrs were added to the rolls. cf Congress gets under way Monday brilliantly lighted with bulbs In were offered to the high- ;,

II "Business! exceeded! our fondtst Lloyd J, Green, hud gone clear! to The payments for this county, He spent the Christmas! hol- pastel colors. Mrs. Vining's tree est bidder ';.

expectation Never before I| the bottom and was anxiously by months follow: July 1018.70; I lays flt his home here. I was sprayed with silver paint and The scene In front of I the court b,.

have I had a better holiday( trade I looking for more. Oh well Judy, August $1,051.00: ; September $2- Discussing briefly\: various Issues i bore only blue lights, while Mrs. house Monday was In sharp con- !

-$500 better than any Christmas I have patience There are only 359 193.00; October 2120.00; November that have been; and will be, before I Carpenter's was along traditional trust to that presented by the first l'
business since we established" days until Santa C'laus comes three sales when owners' nettled ,
$2,60200; December $2,017,00 Congress, Green said I he felt sure lines

Not once" did anyone mention" "Re- again With the aid to the blind plan that under thq,flew. farm bill to- | Honorable mention for out-of- I huge tax bills for bids of $1 plus i :

cession. "Depression, or any bncco WHl not be cut more costs .j
I acreage } Ihe-ordinary trees was received by
formally approved by the National I
other "esslon. ELECTION I Social Security Board, the welfare than twenty percent under lastI Mr, H. 8. Johns Mrs. I K. O. Dun- I J. E. llartli-tt, manager of Flor- "

ICs take great pleasure in pre- planting. He voted againstthe I Id.i: Lands, Inc., entered the ;ui
payroll: for the county will soon year can, Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs Leslie I bidding
tentm)* the statements of two bus- I WILL BE EARLY be slightly swelled by grants made Wage-hour Bill\ at the special Shepherd, Mrs. Ethel Higgs, i'!, against the Empire Co., unit:: secured :

heal men In town who might to the blind( and near-t.lind, En- evasion, and believes that if a new and R. A, Green. certificates! on 21.2H8,. terra( of .I,
KIT as b'iroineters of business lament bill along this line is introduced It x the 23,401 total offer, j for sale ...
IN MAKING THEm r U practically completed An unusual number of \trees was
con TS here. The youngest and will be radically different and will His bids. Including co und will b
?:: followed by examinations displAyed as a result of widespread
the Uiest, from a standpoint of ANNOUNCEMENTSAlthough not contain the features that many h to $20,55385.Floyd : '
by specialists to determine Interest In the contest. They added dati :id the following to say: I considered unfair to the South. I
I IWc.1 i the Democratic prl- the Ions or impairment of Bight much to the holiday' spirit and Green was hi' h balder! on :

P. J. Davis Auto, manager Associate of the new !! mnrt,of 1938 will be held In May, where the need of the applicant Congressman Green said that so I the gay appearance' of the town I 1,000: acres which went t". him for

rn Ex'e"I store: I. a nvjbth earlier than, in previous has b established to the sutis- far he has not heard of any l p.OHi- during the holidays $1.i71.t J. L. Conner bid In for-

311} urslnea was good. election years, no candidates for I tactlon of the distl let board. live opposition be will have this _A -- I ty acres for $51.03, and C C Hut-
what I had And J M. Moore, .chairman or Urnil-: I
ing m expected
public office have officially announced '. spring, and ftxfiesscil the hope I 1 lor also secured forty for $75 Thoi'mph'o
while net, what It have I ford County's school board SHld ho HOTELS
might that ho thin time :
in Bradford County. Several will "jjpl by" Co., whose bids on every
beer was very satisfactory.! ." .brojid hints have been dropped SEND IN MONEY without an opponent,. felt right at borne with an n< In GET TAX REFUND parcel were only slightly above .,'
JT! Alvarez of the ':1"! hand es he drove n stake Into
owner pop- __ __
Iii b lU..}, liuwevtn.There '. costs, retained only 473 acres for
FOR SEALSSALE the milking the Bite of the\
ular Alvarez Store, who first set ground
I will be several county SUPRF..MK COURT RULKHTHKY : which they bid $127.35.:
up business In the building he now MACCLENNY HAS new elementary school buildinghere.
offices' fill next year, Including IS CLOSED. BUT It Is expected that work DO NOT PAY Tho nmpire:: Co.. lens thus far
occupies forty-four
years ago
add: "The holiday business of !: those of representative In the state NOT TOO LATE TO $75,000 FIRE will begin on this project soon aft- HALF 1'r: l'F.NT made no statement as to the procedure ;,

legislature, county commissioners, REMIT: the first of the If any It will follow In re-
er .
1937 exceeded any for the past BLAZE year. j Restaurants and hotels In Staike
and 'members of the school board. TUESDAY NIGHT snlniug title to the lands. Under
three years with me. I am more will benefit by several bundled
the Christmas Seal
,The fact that It will be an off- BRINGS the present Interpretation of the
than surprised at the volume I enjoyed dollars from u refund of the one-
came to official close December CITIES
law It Is Indicated
year election and only a few offices HOOKWORMSURVEY I they would haveto
half of one percent gross receipts
25 it is
not too late to
will be filled will be largely I pay three/ percent interest on
The pervading note of optimism send Almost an entire block in the HERE tux these businesses to the
offset It Is believed, by the intensive money in for them, Mrs. J. paid by all certificates from the date of ,
"is carried on by the following: I business section cf Macclenny,
candidates for M. Alvarez, bond sale chairman state during the three years the the oldest one. Most of them date r
Mis. Titus Olson owner of the campaigns county seat of ( radford's neighboring ROCKEFELLER< FOUNDATIONCOOPERATING
state and national offices will bur this county, said yesterday law has been in effect The refund back to 192 and 1920. In orderto
Orange Blossom Cafe: "Local and county Baker, was destroyed WITH
"Within a short time reminderswill comes as the result of the decision redeem therefore
transient trade went far beyond carry on. by fire Tuesday night. Damagewas BOARD OF HEALTH the company
be sent to those persons from of the State Supreme Court declaring would have to
Perhaps the greatest Interest In pay approximately
last Christmas' business. I am estimated at between $75.000
whom have not heard she restaurants and hotels not
we ,
the primary will center on the f .r, T. Davis, from the Rockefeller twenty-four percent Interest 'on
well pleased with this year's business continued., "And we hope to receive and 100000. A large building with subject to the tax 20000.
States Senator co-operating
race for
I four stores, the Annie Ho-
generally speaking. housing
where Congressman J. Mark Wilcox many acld.tional contribu- warehouse burnedto the State Foiird of Health, will Comptroller J. M Lee paid auditors Monday's unction began promptly -
tel, and a were
Alexander & Co., local clothing will attempt to unseat Sen tions. I the ground.It arrive here next week to conducta in his department would at eleven o'clock with a crowd .

store B. R. Wltkovskl. manager: ator Claude Pepper In what prom Since last week a $3 bond has hookworm survey in all white compute the amount due to the of around 100 Interested citizens

"In the three holiday seasons we ises to be a hard-fought political been purchased by the Eastern I in believed that the fire start- schools/ of the county, firms that have been paying the gathered around the trout door of

have been In business, this one far battle. Star organization, and a $10 bond ed from spontaneous combustionIn Mrs. Clennle Hlckok, county tax: "Refunds will be made," he the court bonne. For the next four
exceeds either of them. Business! a pile of cotton seed and livestock said "to them when the
there Is not much by the Bradford County High Supreme and
Ordinarily health nurse said yesterday that a half hours, with the exception -
was at it's best for us this Christ feed stored In a warehouse.It Court's decision becomes final.
candidates for the School. Individual sales of seals
opposition to Mr. Davis will conduct a survey a short lunch period, Clerkof
two hours and was
mas. Court but not so last week amounted to $4.95. raged for school children We haven't determined the the
State Supreme not only of individual Court A. J. Thomas lead the
C. G. Priest, manager of the this time as already several have fought by local from bucket Jacksonville brigadesand and I but of entire families of amount that will be Involve! description of each parcel of land

Priest Sc to $1.00 store: "Our announced and Indications are Toivnsend NoticeThe firemen those who are in school. A surveyof Two local Cafe's have not been Involved and called for bids.

business was more than satisfactory these offices will be battled for Lake City. paying the tax because of litiga The
regular meeting of the local residentsare this kind has never before been Empire was represented by
Bradford County
tion. of the
vigorously. Townsend Club will be held In the with the Annie Hotel, conducted In the county, she said. Managers Orange Its attorneys, Francis 1'. Fleming,
Nat of Sternberg's familiar Blossom and stated
owner Magnolia they
Sternberg Courthouse Monday night and officers It Is thought that it will take several of Jacksonville, and Jue Hill Wil-
wide for its chicken
"Business was famous far and lid not remit the taxes because of
store very
: Frank ThomanWord weeks to the work, liams, of Lake
J. for the ensuing half year complete Butler. Mr. Bart-
More than 175 chick-
satisfactory this Christmas. dinners. the fact that the law as It appliesto
been received here of will be elected and an aggressive Mrs Hickok said. lett, well-known here for his Interest
has at the
W H, Hart, manager of the ens, kept In an enclosure cafes, was being contested In ..
of J. Frank Thoman, campaign will be planned. Spe- In recent tung oil develop-
Hart Furniture Store: "Business the death rear of this establishment, were the supreme court and If upheldall
was somewhat better than last former resident of Starke, at his cial music will be had and the gen- burned to death. A Good SampleTwo they would have to pay, at the ments near Brooker, was repre-
Beach. He died eral public Is cordially Invited. sented by M. K. Brown.
year, and far beyond what we home in Daytona fine, ripe strawberries! were most was the tax plus a small I
week at the of Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock a
of last age
really expected" Friday and his Congressional District mass meet- Not Much TroubleSheriff brought/: Into the Telegraph office percentage additional as penalty. ..

D. P, carpenter, owner of the seventy years. Thoman here several lag with several outside speakers A. 0.- Andreu and Mar- last week by T. N. Norman of the The Court House Lunch and PERSE GASKINS

Carpenter Drug store! : "Business wife moved from that It Hellbronn section. He said he just Bryants Cafe, two local establishments -
Alvarez agreed
after being in the dry will be held In the court house shal A. L. DIES
was better with us this Christmas years ago law-abiding-Christmas Day wanted to prove that there werea that have been paying the ....
for Come to learn more about the only was a
than' since boom days of 1929.Iaybf' cleaning business here some marshal made only two few berries left after the cold I tux will receive several hundreddollars 1it
beforeour STARKE WAS
time. He Is survived by his wife, real recovery plan ,
to those days"Mr. !In the refund.
even country.was arrests for drunkenness he said. weather last month PROMINENT JACKSONVILLE ,f
Carpenter has been with this Mrs. Elizabeth Thoman. .. I
tore, recently becoming owner, I

for more than twenty-three years.J. OF BRADFORD COUNTY'S 1937 HAPPENINGSTwo I Perse L. Gasklns. tH, one of

B Carlisle, manager of the BRIEF REVIEW Jacksonville's leading attorney.

Bradford Hardware Company: and a native of Starke, died Wednesday -
and dozen car were shipped from rymiin that the best way to cure It
/'Business was far better this __ I obtained and a cold pack fenced in Federal court for using I : at his home in Jackson
scheme to defraudthe j Starke during the week of the Is to "soak it In brine. .
'Christmas than last. plant In Jacksonville was seeking the malls a ville. "';;
being fought devastating The arrest i25th. A IOII'4TIn :
wars are railroad.
B. Jacobs, owner of Jacobs'store every berry It could get. Burglary S.A.L. He was born here on October
and of cotton and the
floods have come I hele' of a woman on bollU The poisoning their meeting Monday the
business negro
: "This year's holiday did "business" on a 23 1883, the son of Dr. John L.
treaties have been broken aided In breaking up a removal of Impure stalks Is rapIdly second, the school board failed to I
was better than last. Very gone sale scale the night of the twelfth, Gaskins and Frances Darby Gas-
satisfactory." I and events of great historical importance looting three businesses for more ring with head in Jacksonville.The going forward under the direction budget for a full teachers pay kins. He attended Princeton University -
ofStump' have had the world in Lawtey speed cop D.. M. I of T. K. McClane, Jr., schedule, abolished the office of
F. F Stump, the owner I than $300. A Rotary Club was I and. was later graduated
their grasp and shaken It to Us Westbrook, was arrested by Law- county agent. Supervisor (which has been given
store: "Business was organized, embracing a majority, with honors from Harvard Law ;
double what we expected." foundations during the year just of the members of the old Business tey marshal V. ''R. Reddish for ,nI.\: L A. Gray at $2,500 salary per School.

Numerous stores were forced to closed. But while the world stood Men's Club A. J. Griffis speeding. Sentence was suspend Harold C Walt was appointed year) and discontinued the publication [,
and openmouthed at the it was Westbrook's first of- of the warrant list and financial Upon returning to Florida, Mr. ;
amazed ed as
sit' extra clerks. Probably the predicts a tomato plant industryhere Director of the UnO'mployml'ntCompenllation I Gaskins became! associated

largest force to be eu.ployed by a :audacity of the Japanese, hailed will rival 'berries.. fense. Bureau by Gover- statement each month. J. L'Engle In the practice with of law E. :''
local business for the holiday rush, the coronation of a new MAKC'HThe MAYJohn nor Fred Cone The! county was shocked Friday In Jacksonville and continued la '

was' the Priest store here, where were transfixed with horror at the Florida Bank at Starke W. Morgan 72, dies In his Local sportsmen during the I and Saturday the sixth and seventh that capacity until the outbreak 'r.

an of clerks waiteden burning of the Hlndenburg, events W. home May S. Gun by the death of six promi
army eighteen Bradford opened! for business the first. week of the 30th organized a of the World War. During the ,
hundreds of local and out-of- were happening in our own and- M. Wainwright was appointedState Two new school houses are Club, with forty charter members, nent persons: Sinclair L. Peek. Sr., war he served In the intelligence ,i

town customers who came to shop. County of great Interest Auditor by Gov. Fred Cone built In the county, one at Heil- for the purpose of shooting skeet Barbara Jean! Johns Mrs. Lois Department at Washington with t

An average of seventy to one hundred importance. Let us turn back the and the Democratic Victory Din- bronn and the other at Vanderbilt.The The first of Bradford's expected! ( Edwards) Copeland, Louis H. Hill the rank of captain.

customers at a time packedthe pages of the TELEGRAPH to Jan- ner March 4 netted $99. Bradford amateur movie camera! tobacco harvest of 225,000 pounds Jr., Josiah Starling and Mrs. Ma- .
I Mr. Gdsklns 'U survived his .
> local five to a dollar establishment uary 1, 1937 and review the scene County finds that after trying for craze sweeps some of the town and began moving to market at around mie Williams uncle, A. M. Darby, of Starke by; besides -

for three days before Christ- since then. four to convict Mandel Sco- hardly anyone can walk down the twenty-five cents per pound. Willie Amos stole seven dollars
years a son, Perse L. Ginklns, Jr.; .
*5L Buses passing through JANUARYIn by at a cost of $2.000 all It has street without being "shot." Mike Klondes and wife, Gladys, and when the sheriff had him cor- a daughter Frances '
Council Virginia Gis
starke were taxed to capacity as Its meeting last, the of City the bonds left Is $15,000 worth of property I The fence around the city is were arrested and charged with nered he swallowed the money to kins; two other uncles, James Dar- :7

Were trains and other transportation bought up the first water and posted as bond that can't be collected completed at a cost of $1,300 donated the murder of Mallie Padgett, 25. hide the evidence. Sort of a new by, of Jacksonville, and Charles .

mean. for both cargo and pas- Issued to build Starke.the The straw- The city Jail was the scene by city, county, and Inter- who was killed. in Klondes' "Jook" diet, but rather too expensive for Darby of Palatka; also two aunts. .; .

8engers. light plant in In two months of a "houseparty" Saturday night ested citizens.! Work was done by July 3 with a thiity-two calibre most of WI to Indulge In. Mrs. H. C Richard, of Palatka,

Postmaster F. F. Stump, said berry season came sold for the sixth when fifteen drunks cattlemen anxious to keep their pistol. They were freed on $1.000 Florida lands Inc takes options and Mrs. C. L. Ritch, of California

Testerdiiy that the local poatoMlce early: 300 crates were The' were arrested. livestock out of the pound.Jl'NE bon'I. of 1,500: acres of Brooker --, -.---- -.
'did a larger. volume of business eight and ten cents per pint. APRIL County Clerk A. J. Thomas refused land during the week! of the twen- '

this season than in any past years following week Intense cold caused cut Eight local business men got A Bradford County CooperativeIs to receive applications for tieth. This marks the beginnings (H'orClose New }Pea 'a ?:

The I local< office will advance to the crop back, while rain snake fight at Silver formed and a loan Is obtained tax certificate auctions under the of land buying and tung oil tree! Marshal A. L. Alvarez said yes-
on a
Pond class in July. much of It to rot in the fields.thirtieth The "gyped"Springs when 200 rattlesnakes from the Resettlement Adminis- Murphy Bill by order of the county planting on a tremendous scale. terday that there! was no Indication ;

C. M Sistrunk feed and seed President's Ball on the whilea 100 moccasins and their mortal tration for $2,49O to buy and repair commissioners. The next week Tobacco, bringing an average of that any stores will close
dealer of a tremendous success, J. M. Lee or- twenty-five cents pound, here Saturday, New Year's
who also carries a line was 120 king snakes, were the W. L. Wall cotton gin State Comptroller per Day. i
groceries and Christmas goods, mad dog bit several persons enemys snakes Street. Jered that no sales under the law grosses $10,000 for Bradford far- Most merchants felt that closing
The on Cherry i
dumped together. I
sti'I i l and it was found that ninety mers. two days In succession would b
enthusiastically "Our busl- wouldn't fight. School is closed Sheriff A. O. Andreu arrestedtwo be conducted. s.
seas this Christmas was more than drunks had been arrested duringthe two weeks because a case of meningitis truck drivers June fourth. In : Possibilities of the developmentof SKITEMBEIt too much of a good thing he said. k

double j last year. I think It was past year.PEBIll'ARY. was discovered; It claimedone the truck they were driving were deer tongue picking and selling School opened Labor Day with The local postofflce and the Fl.rt7'
e same discussed. The department the largest enrollment in Its hls- da Bank at Staike will be closed
With| everyone! else We victim, Teresa Jones, 18. Four i ISO gallons of "corn" whiskey. here Is T
received I .
should> .'"" be thankful and optlIIIlstlc. here The for highest'berries.price$5 for ever pint crates, persons were convicted and sane Corn! Com!' Corn! Ten itClUSi i of agriculture/ tells Emmett Per- (Continued On Page ElgUt) all day. .. ;t .


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FOIt Tt l>Kfri: > no hi to tinhltrhotit I.Idd.'r thi'iuri Khlp 8 t"'h.' )1111' !2 Kllxt, 1.'ln'hl., 10-wl A.' .1. Court, the Courthouse dour In -
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j I Shi $Kmlth hairier, of Tux. Coruricitle which the Till day of 1..ll.II'.y. The axNeMHinent of (the sell prop 5 TI 1'. 7H. U. 22 ... rontalnln 12-24-31-1-7 'Oi the 17th day of Do JONES
j .. 1038. under the call certificate I..- I 54 A('l'ttt, more or' less I
No. 630: Uxueil I th il h day city I,.l I II37.! :t
Of T "
"1 ;,: I, ,. of AUU-llKl, A. l I" I 1":1.! : : hlix tll| t tfruine I I Hated thin 14lh day of Hcrcmher Hiied' waff I In Die name of Oaviii P."- The taxen to lie Mold' a rip,'hl.1hy 'O'I'I.t III'' N11U.I' : .' (' HKAL: ) I Comment
I 11 in my office( and ban m EIIt I 111:17.OI'M'ICIAL: ley. c..lIr. ..ojL 453 of 1 1'..1 % :';: \\ J. THOMAS.: Ot, //Pr1
Ii AI'I.Ih-llIn, for H tux, deed to lie (tI I l tJI) LTnlexH HII Id rertifloato xhall lie redeemed .....c.I'.I.. and, 1 refirexent laxen :(''I"ft"" "IM III-IIIKHV: OIVK.V 1 : .I Clerk of Circuit" IVmrt, of

t. I : 4 p $".."". t hcreon.' Mil ,hi ,'.'rlll. n ". emIIIMCOH I A. .1. ) ac..lnl&. I to law. thf. property I the I lltti: : to Ilai. both IncluHlve i >f. II".1, han rl..1 11 llradford t'ounly. Klorhla. And Ucrcgfuj
I' r, i v I ih<> fiillnwliiir( described l property Clerk, .r Circuit I Court ofliriulforil "" ,-t'e I ii will I I I be soIl anionnthiK I.. I written ''. that Ih. II -?.
., In t tie .minty of trailfoid' ,I I County, Flurldu.' I lo the hlKbext bidder. at the mil fthouxe Said, tax rerlifli I >aten I toHether with I I rnten' ''I"lh..r1 h .I ill ""' _
t I'' t t first Monday In .omllted. or, Levied I omllted, I I a held i i
the .
uf Florida to-wit d..r nubxeiiuent
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t I whichIn will ( xold( to the hIgIet'lltuldsr I State be advertlned. and soil, I '1'1'1' j Church i I" ,
1 i JHXI: Iliilf ..r N"I t lienxt Quarterif the nionlh I < February" I'J'JX 1CM be. I \ iuiiHeiiale : : ,":,llp,
4 4 Section 2M TnwiiHhlii. 7 Houlh.I.nll' M-i: I \ M % MIl11"4: NOru i; the, 7th day of 1..h"I''')., 1U8.Hated at the Courthouxe" door Inii.ilte I IhlKhent bidder. for c'axh ,. ( Illll 's... lll.'ltNOTICW : lis often Stihil.,)
III'NIITII .. "..: liervmber, Tin of January, I I UOIIHV HIM :illMl of the 1KI7! : I stm.n, ,
I day
containing 80Arrex 18th day on l It
'' 21 East : Ihl. .h. 11" ; ; I basis I H
1 : IS HKIIKnV" N. That of
IS : : : thatiltid 1 11:00 I o'clock A. M. ( I the .Leirlxlalnre. I | I the 11\1' n truth
n"."'" or I let.... .1':11.:101 \: 1937. 1D.18. nt : 11.n '? I ih, i
; I I II. ". X Cer-
f aiiii I thatcertain .. real extate In 11" holI. fr The lIatem.,
.r In .' Iu1'l'lC1AL ) ,Mated. thin the 17th day of 1'ecember lout: .1 Church
I t 4 The Hxxexxnieiit I .tf I ilie. tnlfl limp, SfAT. I the 6th.. day his fal,
I ftnnl I decree of furerlomiream I Ilradford Slate of 1. u ,
A. J. 1937. ""
.. under.. the .nM. "HlIr''nl"' tu A. 1.'. 1 1929. has filed i Gospel to
August 'IV'r
rtv name
n l ) naln riMiilered' hy lI.n. A / Cleric of Court of (OFFICIAL SIAL: > ,da to-wlr : the .
nnedVI. tIe I In th> name, of rnkiiou-n .\.Ikln. ".. .liulrte or t the Circuit Ilrudford 'II11) flnilJu.1217CtlM .\. J. THOMAS: I H'a of SK1 | of 1". 2 Tp.' 7 W I my office and ban made applica. I man: h VnleKH wild rertirii'Hio' Hhnll l>eredeemed County. for I deed to be Innued aO"p,
i' I Court I 1.ulul'cl, County' 1.1"11. Clerk of Circuit I I I Court, of 1 19' I K.. ..IIHI"111 HO A'.r.. % I I a tax 1 httt: not ;
accord. I InsT" to Ia is', Ihopro..I Said certificate, I embracent cd.
II"I I 'h'"I"' ," I ,' I'.rndford I ,' Cuunty I Flul'I 11111. or lexn.The I hlB ulways ,II'n' ,
1 ) ,"'"c''II.1 therein will bo pclidlntr. In Hilld Court, wherein Federal 'MHK'H III- ".1.: ..I,' TAX 12-24-31-1-7 tnxen I to h. Hold I are si 1.1 I rllllwlll dexcrlbed, property' In I 1 Cod Intended oust
I unlit. In I hit. hlKliext. bidder.l at the I I MortKaKe" Corporation" IH ( lOHTinCATKWXliTICK : bv certlflcaten ... fi and I .f Hradford, State. of It tn, ,'I, 'The \I
.Q i Miiirt, liouxe 'I"... in tin r.r"11.I..i. 1"1 I.ewl. I Kt. Al. .: .. u. : pel Is the C
Khun I 19 2 and! 19:14: I ly. and I towl I l power 'Jf
plaintiff .n.1 < '
that.Ornext trpl.u..u'\
) dny In the month: of February.: : SItS: Cane N... 74,'l, theunderHlKlied ( IS II'II.nY CI\'I'X "o.I'I': .. / the r"NI..I." for I h I Half of Norlhwent Ge'd' lnt
: are .1.111' I with I I \ : : "renent | II' Quar I vatlon to
,1 Khlrh In the "th il.iy 1 uf Feliruury, | I : by NHlddecree :" 'ThormiueMl rl.d : ,:1.' yearn to"lnhl I : both 111'of Northwext ( every one lhat
11..1.11..I.r. lal'l.r except I belt
X certlflcateH )Senate t.
!t 19.1 q. !)! to theItluhcHl me written I I reguext that I 11to. Iml enh. I have
10000.<1 'II'
to lOiixt
f Acren I In North"
1'1..111..1. (
1 : W I'ateil thin. I 14th day of 1'ecpm- ,, caxh. .II.I front, of I toKether" wllh all I I ttiibneilent I -. NOT1CR IS IfKTtEBY ( II VKN': Tlmt II"uII,1: \V'.j of K'v' 1'' .and Two Acren I In Houth words und'rcOI'ed lhe t
4 ( t tt' 1'r. 1M7.OFFICIAL:! ,, the South I .front" door of the I Itrailford "(, omitted be or, 'levied taxeM and heldby Hold Cecil It. Moore, holder. of Tax Cer. S. I It. I 19 R.: coiitnlniW, : '60'Aol, : !'.1.. Corner, of North Half of ,' "everYone' Men I ,

1' ( HEAMA. County CourtIIOIIHH' In Staikc, Ih. State u'v"'I."d trh-"I. No. 371. tunned I the Clh., day more or loss of North- i about "The social '
f J. THOMAS.: Florida: : : : :durliiHT:: I the: legal, liotirM ofxale (I. the hIghest hlll.r fuxh UMpnnlded \IKII.'. ... U2l.! han filed nameIn I The tnven to be sold are CVIII X..rlhwe"1lll'l..r" Quarter Twen- f Is no OOSpel| I1"TheGoBpeiisthcVo ,
Stilt of the t lh
'lerl of drciilt Court ofIirnilford by I..tln
< '
on Monday. January 3rd A.I' I" UII I my .rri. and hnn niadn application certlflcaten I .Von. 0> and 20 of : F'IvTownslt in

Itg r l County, Florida. | 193Ih.. r"lnwlll&. 1 preinlxeH 011- ,' U:: nets of L"II..IIIIII'I ,'si 11.onIh. ,ate ro X d.d ,. I." innuedthereon. XT"I I'.iHU'' : ".. I and 1 io "'Twenly-Two 1'llht| tn"thIIUI" net BI
I I l "I..I'.lv. ..
12-17-51-1-H. late In "I I)', J'lo'lda., t"lo"111 0..1.. .. t Said I certificate' I embrace hittax.s )' I Acres, more that God
I1'Adto1 .
I.-wlt In t '. l"ldrl'd." State of"lotIda the rnlnwl"l I d..I.I.1 1"'lly In :I 19.17, both Inclunlve' : : :::,;: : 1.lnll& M"\"I.. I loves sinners 7mi !
P : \01101 I of of Sec. 1, Twp.U the ,
Tt X lliilVeiinfe : : > \ :\1 I 5. Illk S2 .T. M .tohnx Br..to'cl. "Ial. assessment of the aald prop sinner
i: j >OB to-wlt II':1'
: Thlt i
It. : rontiilnlntc 4ilacren t : :' of NWi' ; under I the saId certificate ,In- l, II t
Illll '. l .:tNOTICK la SK'i of power of God
J i F ( to. > Addition to "' of Went I Half of not tn,
1 U : 1 IS: IIKllKnVOIVH.S": : : ThatPunter more. or lein., toKetherwith S\Vi of Sto. Ilark." 0 S. It. 2-2 I':. T..t N'orthuent'h'e. I In NV'of' X\V1 I Sec. 3 '1'1". 7 S. .1 wun In I ho name of dine Scott. of (the Illvat
Sit I 1"111111h"ld".i I I Tux ('..r. I. ..I..nl. heredltumentfi | be eIleit.'tuIIy Quarter H..lnl I li! t K "ullnlll,1 I I 60 A"'el., I hi ceitlflcale be society bccaun, ''I ,
t' I The 1 to Inl".1 et'cal
thereunto IIx. ..hi I. I Thllty-Oiie I t I I certain
I Townnhlp
J, .1.1 niipurtenancea or lenn.The : I I lo the
i tifk'.tt.t.nI I ixxlled the Till day NOH. I KIM2 of I
certificate ". .
.o'.lnl ,
S {. (,AuKllxt.. A. 11. 1113:1: has filedmime 1.1..1/111 or In ttnyway 1 !ft 2!> and l :>aj." .rexpectlvely I and, rcprenent I I' South Containing: ':ItaiixT::: Ten Twenty-two; Acren, more, !lOuxl.ori taxen I to I.. xntd are" "\il. "hicit S ul",,( .. I therein I wil I be applci of tons Inn ro the

:4 I In my office l nnd Imx "madeapplication I 1..1111111.. taxeH for the yearn IU2H to I lenn.j by. cert, If lea ten NOB ::1 i nnd 21 of I.. the highest bidder, th. vaton "every ,,M i that
I andrum
: t .. deed tn haIXHiled I Frank to i a iul 19.13: "reHpectlvely, and ,'1 bonne door un? tha first ,i- lleveth. cii
for n tux : .. both I Incluxlve, I "I'I The .
Th.nsct.ssincnt nf I the nn Id "" ,
% In 1101111" j |
An Special I l et ChaiiceryKnlxlil p
I thereon.' Mtilil ....'.llrl..II.I I I e emtii 11.1. $11:I 1,1., ... 1101'1"1'1) .the taxeH for the yearn 1921 : | In' I Ihe month of February' Iti3t, ] "el'er fa
under nnid H
1 Ac 1 KnlKht, 'I I. .llrl.'e both' lnIiIcIvtIluttluifltItlg' "" SI i .I In the h.. of February: may be prenchcii
I 4 follow I IIIMT trwc'rl bed of 14. ttd In 71 day ,
the prop- rine lot
'' ALSO lund
: .
qt : : : I for, plaintiff.OII "" wan In I inline of J. P. Potts.I'nlenn
: 'iul :: Aiiorneyi I I I '
: : Wi. of of SI rejet
: :
l | it l la
II. 1 i-rly th*> Conniy of lirudforil. 1"I'k. Hounded N lit Illk ill nald certIficate shall be \.11 :\ \ I preacheil \
12-I T-t-l2-8L '
I a i t:' It
of Non' hpR"t ... I I Inir 20 ACTCB.The tleves. is .
N'ortlnvext Quarter W 28 .1.. ,) '
I a' by -ncrlbed will beHold 11:7. 'Wel
I w i > < I: III- !ill Tmri % \ Th.IP".1 "I. 1 l..r.ln to be. Hold of C
4 Quarter & Sontlienxt, quarter, ofNurtheiiM < : IKK. k 11 ::5 I I I It.: 2J !., In the, hlKhext al' I the I tiixen 6 are" and\ ( .I..I\I. SKAL: ) : that some ono < ; [ ?
p be nold .are evldenoedby court" h..".'.' .door on I'h" fIrst :Moitdav by certlflcntcB. .1. THOMAS I Gospel |Is I.' not R.
.t i.f( I I 'I't' Sccllini I :8 ni O'I'Y"y 11"3! and : rextiecl\.1) and I Clerk of Circuit Court ofIlradford I 1ht th n, ,
1 4" I"I"'II \ln' I '" ..... 325 of l !929!' re- In I the month of 1..I.II'.y.' lts! : 11:1 'G ,
111 for
? I 1 i ( '." | 7 tat I.. UaiiKe. 21 MIIII' I'hllll' rl..1 wlh 1..11. tin .t..nl I h. II'hi I h County, Flurlda.. | lit "It |Is J
said. ih
the 7th.
unpaidtaxox In the ,
1 I I and 1
iit. ., I Acrex, 'Hi". % | NI"e( ( \ i reprenent' whl.h .r "II'I''Y. 1 inM: I tu 1ii7.:? both I Incluxlve ft ( r W..I, of C
( f JtI(1( ,IHHor' I..lnlll"l. rl ei I ,ilflcatef InKdher. with nil mib- f.. the y..r.. 1'2N to 11.7.! :. 111:11.Hated:' (Inir to sj.is.: $ -GI.I.21 to every one thai i I., ,

ii 1 '1'h'I! of I Mi.*, ald propel 14.IIIIVht. | oinltliil. ur levied lu\-r- hell both I" h.h, nnioiint 1/ to |44 i : thin 21"1 day of riocem- ALSi: Slj or N1-i' ; & Etj' (Yt'I'I ; (>iii.i.i.iriTin'% roil cnn not be CVelh
sol.Ito I t It I 1:17.
l> I th( statrndviMMIxed and Ma I tax certltlcaten I ber. : ,
S Vi Sec. 11 7 miessi
I"I.'h"I' S. :
I I Ill .1"1' .the xuld -, in-1 Ti TIH :.:IXrtiilte >
I tc > 'tn."I. the hlh.vt bidder for farh naprovnltd all HtlliHMiieli t omltti ( I: I. 11 I I
| | 1.\h..1 i It.
rOI.'FIL'I\I.II.\.1 contalnliiNT I IHO; 4creH.The ;
.1 In I the of Illll \to. Itrlt: ,
tpt tt-.i wax l'IIIw"1 : len (I n\t ,
liy Iliiune : : i"I l the tnxex will be xold to 'Iho 1011.I'I"'k be .. 1.1. |It ,
r j t'lilexx xijld' certlflcnte t I .hal lie 1111 of Court ofItradford I 1"1 tu .lo are (V NOT 1C M: IS IIRIIKIIVIIIVKN I That someone tells \
I 1U3' ? act 1.u. .r the I. I upon I at the Courthouxw 1 1"1 1(11 MI
I 1 i l itccorillnw' I I. I the Il..r hIKh"// : '. Florida.XOTICK by cerllflcaten NOH. and .10 of. : I II. Moore, Tax, Cer- I !e d\\,
I (
k r..d..I.1 I HifolliiwIiiK I I di I xi rllied real oxtateIn on the "th lay of 0111) nnd I 19:13: : and .1 holJ.r .r of the Church
1i ., t sIt'; : 1.. the:dexcrllied hlKhext therein l.ldder' ;: ':;1,11 Iho1fi.url :lie i: tI..- Coiinlv' ft llradrold, $tatO tif I'.ins,:: at II 1 :"0 o'clock A. M.Il.iliMl I2-2l-t-l-2I. ,,,I the taxen r""I"'lh..I.., yearn) 1 1':11:| | .to' : Nit I IMI, .. the Mil., day IR' ", m.n.
L AliKUxt A. I 1''I. 1929: his filed erywhere. If
Florida to-\vlti: I I thlx' the, 17th day of I'ecembcr. : xapie thi (en,
l. : both tncluxlxe, nnioiintliiM to $ I "".
houxe door on I th I firxt I :'.i ..r SKlt:' Sec 27 "'1''. 0 S.K. I : 01' <* l.r. HIT \ \ : ( and han. made I
)P tl.iy In tinmonth' 'of 1-Vln-iuu: : I I''t. 20 I I.: 40 .\ I/n. r.1 KIITIFIC: tTK"NOTICR : II IIt 'I ALSO: N'l i of N(4; of SW'i I I ly, .ti. .tax deed. to lie 1I'III'II. them she lias ,!10', ,, re ,
: which: : :In the 7th: day I of \1011'1, ; ;: c.''I"lllnO <1''' ((WI"II\I. $IL Nof: I HI, of XK i: fi Said I I eniliracen I Ni, ,
4 (,l; lit 1.ix. more or Ivww. .1. ''HO\r\R.: is IIKIIKIIV ritvK.v:: that I 12 Tp. 7 .S. K I lit K., "" .. .lr..I. comm':1ed. nmi, ,? fall,

r l >ateil. this lllh duy, of The' taxeS to he Bold are evidenced clerk I 1 Court of Cecil H..Afo..i't. has filed with mewritten f, M Arren. more or lexn. i tulluwhlN I d..rl... l''I't-'t y IiI she gcs: lhe'. ,,! ,I. ]
e e,4 br. by certificate Nos. 80 of 1935 re.II.ci Urn" ul fort Comity, F I.." I.t.t.1224tI7 I 10(1 Ii eeL that the tax certlfIriiten 1!: The laxen tu be sold are .,' I ,' ..1 1'alr..I.. I State of. '! ,the I',,

II fj ( 1137.llI"ICIA''. .\I.1 I I..)., ,anil "re l"'''''1 t "\ei lor ton-ether with ni I I *ul."eiiuentomitted by certificates N'on. lu and :< ,."It, 10-wl: pie. A chl''h th i ",, ,

'! J.11 TIKi.M.XS, the year 1!!*: I. ainountinMT fis.nu.AI.Sli I or levied, ." )held by the'' lt32 and 1 liil! : :1 renpect, 1 I ively, and. '. ., I.I.r. of Northeant I j T' P: Ch the Gr>H|>rl ::1, ,.
,'let Ic of Circuit" Court of : 11" fa J.
i Ii I I
I I lirinlforil, I Cuunty I r'loi ula. Tp. 6 S. I U.! 21 1C C'o'"llnlll' 80AuleH .,::1".1. "nsNOTICIO : ghost I bidder for. ,'n-h an provided I to 1 19.17. both I liiclunlve' I a limo I r It 5 Ii 8" South I<., llange' I has f.,led in its effo
12-17-51-1-H. more or 1," : I' \' IIIVK.V: Hint by: lh.uc1:111 I 9'JA of I the li:>.17 netS of tu $122 64. .. ." I 5-I 'lie "'::1"t, < "I.I"lnl I I I to ba a Chui ch. .sn-i 1 ,

It Tli, taxex I.< I le xold nre" evidencedby I I'. \V. : ban filed wih'' the r.i-Kl-lature. upon the followingdescilbed i ALSO: 5% of NNVU! of SKU Acren' more, or I" 'chl'
vrt '\ OTKIr: M'i'i.u. '.1 ION .I'lrlll.I No... I 122 ..r I 1131: 5 re- me .111.jI111. .. that the tax I real I entntn I In the County i Si of !Ia'. of NI'1: ..t NXV'i' '". Hixenxment of I the naid 1 prop ncth'np mOI'e < ,s I.o

i.ii .r\\ i>iiiTIIIIIF : -'I"'Y." .1 reprexent taxes for .. toKether with all ..lh.., of 11th, ".i ford. State of Florld.i, si-i: '< ofvi | I i2:1: ;: A of % ) under' the shill. ..-.lrlll. in- ordinary: club.

j U4L 1 ( inn '\i.. KiiNOTIl'M : year" I'KH. AIo.ltll', to (9405.ALSO (liient ..iiuIt I .. cir levied taxen to-wll : I of S\V1 of Sec. 12 Tp.: 7 H. II. "\ ,1 wan I In I Ihe .name of I 1. 1..11. .

S l 1 : IS ": U"IH'II'" : : That : I Hii \ t\ | SW; of by t the Slate' ." ndvertlxcd and nold Lot 3 of \Vt, of N'W'i of Sec.l I';.. .."IIIIlnl I I 80 Acren more .....lexn III ...Ilrl.II. .hlll *

1 t 1'"t.tei' Shi Srnlih Tax ,iVr- NK'l I::' & S\Vl.l ( c'I I u to I the hifiiext:) didder, for caxh astirotItI..l ::4 l Tp.: 7 S. K 22 containing: I lexn.The. ".( It''o"dl"N" I 11" the I 'uJay the writer ,i., n'
; i: tirk-atu .No. Ml IHHUIM the 7th day S. U. 21 I'!. (,..nl.llllN 2SOAcrex by I"..u.. Hll 3\8! of t the 10(I Acren, more ur, lenn. I taxes' to I I... Hold nre ",'I :'I It'll 5 (:I IlcreI\i, 'I I I :lie: uctoj tv
: of Auittixt A. l I. 1:1.: : : IKIH fll-l more, or 1 HI.17: actn of the Ip"I"lalu'I 're, "IH.I Th. laxen to bo nold are ""h.nc.1t by certif Icaten NUM. I ) and 1 < lo l the hlKbext bidder. at the services in the city )t Jacks i

I IOC in ch tlt'e antl hat e madeiiiplii The taxeit to be void are evidencedby I the t.I.'ln. .1..11..1 .. I extateIn t cerllflcnte l Nnx. Kilo I nnd I52H of i, 1932! nnd: ltiI:::) rexpectlvety.: :' I : :II.t :: I l't bonne door, on Ih. il itt Mon- Mississippi.. One nl( :
1) : I
.| .., ., for a .tax .I..lI to h. certifIvato" XOH. 125 of 1935 reH ( Stale' of, :1 and, 1933 reflectively and rep-: "rexent thn tixen for the yearn, : in I Ihe month' jif February' ', 1938: sell I
|I. -Ii I'll| t h..I.' Snlrt iprtirk-ato I emlii.tiiM ;>".., I,,'Iy. I"t represent I tin* taxes Florida' : ;towlt.SIC'i :: 1"Uo" I .ont /. ""I,'. .i taxen for the : to Ill'"?, tioth I InclUHlve, ',, it'll. In the it h., d.y of 1..lr"a'.y.' evei- forget. I w.is a pray)

l I lh<- followliiK ilvtu-rllitMl property t.r )"(''r 10.11 I. .IIUIIII to ..f SKH of SWt-1 Hep. 22 Tp.G years 1929 to 19.17. both Inclusive, I to "O'(.:li. i: spy '. jr which Is
1 I In I thCounty I nf i Itrntlforil t : I, $M5 1111. S. It.i 22 l K.: rontalnliiK, 10 A.:, amounting to $30.139 Said tax cerllflcnten I I together I I'I I ..'1 I thin 2lHt. djy of Liecem-( conducted I I II U

l htat' uf Kliirlila. I.-wl: Said tax curtlflcateH I t toKether. wllh more" or lenx.Tlie ALSO: NH'i' of NKLJ" of Sep. SOTp. I all I I niibxeiient| I 1,10 I 1 or .P.I7.: I state capitol I once each week and

( of .VorthenvtJuarti % ill ..Hiibxpiitient omitted, or r.e'lo"Iu" taxen I be nold are evidenced I 7 S. 11. 21 n.. colitlllnliiB 40Acren. tuxi-H be nold.11.1 t the hi 'll'lAh SI-IAL; ) SIKI. .idd by the
1 ( nl'hw..1 r larl..r of .. will h. Hold to tlio lllHhextlmlbr I by, "-, .Von. 217 and 075 of lucre" or, i.ows.lhit. {I bidder' wil I the (''' .1..,. 1 i ti.. :J. THOMAS, |I employee In It
1 4 / 1.llh."tul..r at I Ihi CoiirthoUM, door In 'II.t., rexpecllvely.I and taxen I to be Hold evidenced ''I'U' of Cliciilt I Court of State Department of
N ,. .II.n li.12! a l 11:1: : renrexent are" ,, Starke the 7th I .1 a ta EdutuUoTel
\J y* ,1111.1.. ."' ..flange. 21 starke, on tlie 31| day of December I .I ,. unpaid taxm for the by certificate" NUB. BSD) of I Idi3: : reHiiectlvely j: I9is.:I at .I I II I ::00 n ,,('c.y. :MIMted liradfonl:, Cuunty, 'I., hi,.. wee

l HaMt.: .coiitulnlnijc ,hU Acres, lore l 11:17:) at I 11 I :on o'l lock A. Al.liated yearn" 10:11: In 1'>:I7. both Incluxlve, and reprexent I the t tnxenfor thin the 17lli lay of > I : 1.r1.1.21.I ,' : approximutcly tin

4 I. or LI H$. I I tile. I the I 10th( day of 1...- antonntliiH"I to $2ft 02.1:1 (the yearn 19:12: to I437. both Inclunlve. ceniher, 1937. people! present. They sung 01:

1 The aitHpHHinent of the nahl property ,','mh.11':1.. : A I : l Hi: t..t of NKU. of NKU of amountlngr to $32.90. SI-AI.: ) \0'1'\1'.:, 4)55.,. P. ..,'I>K T1X time evangelistic
1 Il under the Maid "", IN- I IOI"I.'IL'I.\l Si: \ i.l N \I frV 2 Acrex of N \> ofNV"i ALSO: S'i of N\VI of NW'I ; j I .1. THOMAS, I'I'1..IL.I.L : ,:< songs mil I mia
'lIrh'nl. J. THOMAS.Clerk : .. 27 S. K. I : K Aci-en. InK Cor i u ix IIKIIKBV i : talk and led
A t nutMl wan In the name of Unknown.UnleNM .t NHi: Sep. Tp. Cxcept I Clerk .r 'I"'ul" Court : ."I \:; ; ;.I.Hhl: Gospel in ptlyeIt
nf I Circuit I I Court, ofliradford "' Shi I Ito I I Ii ban fI I I t me
Bald 1 certificate I Hhall be 22 I K: ,ronialiilii, 7 .\tues' mole A In SCor of X'y. of \\ iof Itrnd ford ( ,' .. was one of the
r i redeemed 1 uvcordlnw to law, theI I County, 1"I.I'hl.I. or leHH.The NWh ..r See. I'I,.. 8 S. II. 1 12-24,31.1.7 : "reriuent that the tux ..r. most rcfreshin

;: : !2-17-3t-12-Jl. taxen 1 be xold nre evidencediv 22 I K., "unl,11111 17 Aches, more i ior ._- -_.- ---- : .. together with all Hiibne- services it has V been my priv
certiricntex XMH. H2n of ifEt] :!:) respectively leSS.TIte | UTU'f: ( iti.ii OKr \ I | omitted, I l or levied. taxes 110111I ( {
( ti.ekt.'k >OTM' OK AI'I'I.ICTIO : I I the State be ndvertined and nold rege to attend. I am glad thi
and l represent the unpaidinxex tnxen to nr.1,1 evidenced l"" UI--M- 'TINOTICK -:" : : I: :: ; I I
I FlIIC TtX l,Hiiixrnnte : for, u the 11!+:I2 to :! 1.1 nl' ; t hii.ightst bidder for canh I an e still some In
MALARIA yearn 1":1. by ( Hirlcnten NI.M. B' l a tid UU of nluUII'I'X the ale people pu
'" ,
by I'lll 3U6 the
Hill '. mat: both I IncliiMlve. iiniountlnir I to $ \V. If. .,
'k NOTICIis: IIKHKUY; : : 1.1 tax ... .. ,.. her ulth 1930 and 13 respectIvely and reprenent writletl g"vlrd. I ? ate of the Leglxluture, upon 'le office who recognize their r
In 3 p't Ol.t1.1 Si. .rlrl..1'. ". I lIt taxen for I Itoyt'ars me "reqllext I hut I hII II x
f 666 t 1. \ I Hall. holder of ill I "11"1"11| .111.1 or LeviedtaxeM 1 1K29 to"nl'I !"17. both IncliiHlve, tlflcaten InKether! ulth all I I tol..I,1, 1"11..1. real petIte pponslbllity to God. Cal will hoi\
No. State of
j 172 Indued tlie litll day of
COLDS ."t. % the hifrhext amountlnfr to $118.85.PltItI quent omitted or levied taxes .Ully 1 <
,41I July, A. H. r.>li, IIIIH filed Name In.v I bidder, ut I the. Courthoui.. door In tux certll'lciiien together with by I Ihe Slate and .. I < to-wtt : i I I'l. .1 presidents, governors senator

't I. first duy >. offlcn and halt IH.le applicationfor .ltn rIse on the Tub day' of January, all Hiihxequent omitted. o,. to the hlKhert, ,.1v"'I., r.r. ('". ,) ', of N'Kta of Sec. 2H Tp.' 7 S. I and al other public officials to I II I.
L 1 tax deed, to iHHued l thereon 19311. nt 11 I : (, o'i lock : 11.1' provided by House I lilll I :i9ti. of .21 Econtaining 80 Acres, I 1
Lhn'o 1AIhtITe ( A.1 taxes old to the i I i'e. I for
4I i hllh".t .. anything in their llw\
Saul 1 wil 1" : or
certlflcute embraueH folWIIH"
'i I Ilmdarll... I Hated I the ITIll of C'ecember. bidder t Courthoiixe .. I I 19:17:; uctn of Die Letrlxiature,
a.Al.' f % 1.1. ii
0! H .ay >
a taxes be Bold
| dexcrlUed in the It to are evidenced
DROICTr HI..t. property. '137. StarKe on the 7th( duy of January, the following dexcrlhed real I IIn which does Injury to the moral an
County t of Bradford State of Florida certificate No,,. lot of l 180:1; re1 1

/01.1.1.. 'I. l Mt I' ttA. ', I the C'outitv of II'aIfi'd.. .. I I I
1:111. I 'lok 11
% } \ I.! : at 11:00: ) A. mnA renrexent the nn-1 spiritual. welfare of the npnnll
? 9lsh-34-Ta"-Weld'. fleet to-wit: I .
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; .1. THOMAS FlorIda,
JA :t ,&I LI.I.... I Month-Went Quarter of North- clerk of Circuit Court of II I pember.Mated 19:17.thIs: the llf'a' )' of MeI NHi, .t lo.vl:I ,: Kxcept Y..I. with"I taxes Inclusive 10rt the'years, 2t'o to I l r Under our form of government \

Bradford County FlorIda.122481Ii OFFICIAL BHUL) of uf NK"' bOll .11..Ullul '
_.i 4 tr i 'NK' of Sec.'I& must have Reparation nt chare
A. .T. THOMAS.Clerk IL2 Y&&J\ (. : SW14 of !"E'I; &PK'i and state But this does tot ir.fvj ,
of I circuit' Court nfTtrndford NWiSea.. 2.1 21
NOTIC'K CIF ....1 OP 'I'.' V I Acres, loss I.
4'Ciuinly Florida. 10re .. containing 80 Arren, mo or that public officials are not 8 I I.I I.:
tibU. SO REFRESHING -KHTIKI \TI'tNfiTlCK : The tiixeH I. he Hold ,' j'
1' HKItlOllY:; (IIIVKN that 12-2l-3t-l-7 liy certificate' S.... Ifl.'i ale.r, 11:1! : I I 'I :. divlduals to give their Christiaj
J. I"'. trIfle hits filed withi xpcctlvel.v. and taxes to toM are evidenced'
I certificate No. 120 of I 1926. re- testimony. The mea.suie of ou
*. "'I'llrl I r..I..1' thatthe tax cor.I I n: or .M OF T\ for thv y.a" 19UO to 1931 bol I
J .... l"I&.Ih.1 with all nubxeiient \O'1.plttIFIr: .i'iNOTICR :' i-lnxive. itniounttnK- $I'IO Tit. I I .' and represent the unpaid lesponslbillty is the measure o
YOU GET for the 1925 to
,levied taxes held yearn JI.
or : of NK'i;
.mll.,1 ALll: K"i SWi; ,
IS : :. lhatS' / Inclusive our opportunity. The more Inn
the ndvertlned and Hold JH.nrHCI'I. ,
.es by .I" h. : & K'-j: of of I amountl&
z \ C. Whltteil, I of I Kxtatf N\
tile" ugliest bidder for, cn-h nniiif.vlilp.l A.lnln' WK',:' if NW"" of, \ : 'I I enre and men have
power t
nfV :M han : of ,.r Soc.
0 by Houxe' Itlll 30(1( the \\111"" tl.,1.lh Sec, 2 Tp. 5 H. I u.! 22! K., ,' I ; : SW NE'i,
HOME FROM WORK ;I 1'ii": .nctn of tbo I Lerrinlature\ .orl i m< written that I inir 240 Acrex. more or lexM.The i Tp. 7 1 S. U. 21 I K.; contuiiilug j greater is their repolslblity. T

the I (lexM-bed| "real I eMtate'M tax ..I.lt..nl" together with al nub- taxes to 1 he Hold are Acres mOle or I lexn. men in th.s
r.l.wlnl. of of s-Il|','11 "I..d, or 11.1 ". heldby l.y certlflcutex, : I NON. lirt! ,, I\|:: I I tuxen to be nold. are evidenced higher Isctn.1 10r'
Florida to-wlt: Irldr"II. h o Sm" 5 tI I .. wild Hold M'ed Ively. und "reprenent r'lin I 'I certificate :"... I INI: of 1 9 1 0. the greater weight their lIon

: s'i' of si-:> & Sts i of HWU of to Ih. highest hhl..r for cuMi I. r.iithe lOt to 19:11.: and rel.r.oelt the unpaid and The wor-1
4 years example
rdA Sec SH' TIP4, S. II. 22 F.., contnlnhiH ,provided: 1)' J.| .. :lHI of the, jrluxlve. umonntlnjr"" to $;iotl 011: for. the y..r. 1914 to 1831 curry.
: 80 Ac.r.. more ur lenn. ti7!! nets Lef-rlxlature. "" upon I I ALSO( : N"V'v ur 1'I w I lu.h.lve.I ImUlnlll&I to I of the President of the Vmlf
the dencrlbed real 01.
tF1i4fl >''l'h..taxen to be N.I nold. are and evidencedcertiricnten IiK.1 of192ft .In tolnwln.. ( f ",'.ulrol.l. State estate of I I KKl In .si.j of (fVfl iciiiht,' &of!1"1 Wuy I K\:) IH. : 1.10: NW"of NRl-i 1 SIC'i:' of States: carry great Influence no

to-wit :. Nil of Sec. 36 but
and 1"ln.II. f I SKW only in our land across
193:1: rep- Tp. li 'II 22 I K t
,. ni" .. r..tv.I"' 1927 to of NWt4! l V\'l.j of SVVl, I. ('onl.lnh'l ". 7 I. 1!. 21 tl, containing 1GO shoul
I President
... y"'N more or seas: Suppose the
11:17: both ., amounting to of NXVS Alno "nn. at S\, Corof A"1'8. .. to I.e Holil, ,' .r"., more or I.'.. I
Inf".lv. N\\' of & linn F. 6 'I'h. are taxes to be sold evidenced I bcliev
Ml 7 2V I, liy certificate, S"... 197 of 19.11 are say, "I am I ChristIan
N cerllfloaten with Chun, ft 4tt Llnkn Thence N 40i'WVt.Pth certificate X"... I I2K of I I'21I! -- I

all"Hhll.".|" IUI.lh..r" .." ( R 20 C'hn. ThenceV' 9Chns xiectl\ely.for| and 19:10 repreHent: to 1931 ,the holh I .. and represent the unpaid that Jesus Christ has the Son o
omll. < Thence-. to He 1 1H A.AlMo y..arl for the 1925 to ltf.ll. .
he .. the i.tghpstI.h.I'lor years died vioanousnbatitutlonal
taxen will .hl cluxlve, amounting tu $il:6:: rh.A : God and thut He a
21. A In I
at the Coiirthouxe door In : 1.50: N'-j of KW", & HW'i' "ru..lv., nrullt"w to I the en*
SW'i Sec. 6 S. H. 21K. : death on
the 8th day of January, fo > \
!11'k. on HWA W"j! of $K of MN'\ ... '
: 79 Acren.The tax together with
1 Ii 1 1nil o'clock A M. .I r"llrl"nl. Slot' >
.. & SW"of HI': ';" '' W I < I for me. I trust Him aa my
Dated this the 18th day of Detiilier tnxen ."h evidencedby Acre & nf HK' : b :lleudI or Levied
NU, A SK"i, W' !
.' 111:17.OFFICIAL' :' .rtrl..I. NOH. I 1 5 of 19:14: -. ttKV I: ( Except fly tight of ..u h be Hold .Ii', ,highest I wish that men evct''hewould
represent taxes for at Ihe I door in
( HKAL> Opeclv.ly. In Acres) Sec. I Tl 'o".hou. Him na a psrson.tSavior.
A. J. THOMAS' ll'l.t to 11:17: both InclUnlve. S. 14"; 280 on the of Decem accept
,. Clerk of Circuit Court of nnionntitixr to 15.78. "ollalnl,1; 1937 at 11:00: o'clock A. M. The world needs Jesu
liradford ( Florida. ALSO: All NKv -.- of River & more or Ie. ,... thin. (Ihe loin duy of Pecem- else
'ou.IY. Tha taxes to he .01.1 are more than It needs anything
.M-i.; of Sl': '. I Rxcopt about 4 1937.
12-2l- t-t-7 liy certificate Nnx. llii: of ::!> should, im
_- Arren for Church & Cemetery ", ami I. SRAL) I do not say that he
jS !; nf 'I..: OP TAX & SK'i' of SB'i N tif nranph" & 'lv.ly.. .. hIlls reprexent to lill! : Imth A. J. TIOMAS. row
for ,
\0'1'1' form of government
I our
CKIITIPIfATKHNOTICK : : NW', of SKL, & NKU; of SWl, f-luxlve.. Clerk .t Court of del

When get from work IS IIKUKHY( IIVF..V! :. that Sec. 29! Tp." B H. .II. 21. 1.1., contalnlnic : S".("n'lll I.IB$1.140.15.ALSO AcreH Hradford COl"IY. Flurlda. that statement as the official bea
you hoe 21.1'r loss P"C''PI
more or t-
I Imniii:" :M. with lOt
h. tl. S'i' lly Rt. Sec, 2 13.O"'U' mike it on
1"1""Ir < |lot this nation and
when the children for lunch lie written I.. rerirlcillen The ,.. to he nold are evl.I"n... \.y
I "e. .
%I -..- when there' a arve moment in Iberoutne 10lPlh.r r"'II".1 with I'all VUhnetiieni hy .'..rlricnt. N.... IIH of 19.14 VP.aliolt D A"rp.M. ..I 0"0 22 or I';., 'onlnlnlul .' OK .APPI.I ''10' vreat state cec"n.l but he. If l
levied' hpldI.y the taxenfor Fan Ti iiMennle :" i fc
1 i household duties when c, ..II.d taxes I"'UI I The taxen to he ..011 are" "' is a saved m-in, owes it to
of' or the be and l cold the yearn' I lull' : to 987.: bolli III- l I.v certificate, NOH. of ( Illll II. 14(1)

I 1 ,friend drop to visit These are time In the t.I"...., .lvtrl..1, ." cash ax (.111..1.. aniountltiar' I I to $2 I 9 I'. Ixoectlvelv, and 114 the 193! ': 1 IS IIKKKKV: : IIIVKX; : That' I I Lord to give his testimonY. to U
i .. '( : of SK'i' of SE1 ; of I reprexent I N' Hall I I, holder, of Tux Cer-
rovldfd (Inline HIM :89 HI the
by I
: go
for, I the I I92S :!t or
to the that ,.(,.. .. yearn to li'II. both world. president
enjoy/ Being
I I pause 1:1: : act. of the Leiclxlature, upon, s.> ::10: t.. it s. n. 21 I icon: ..t'Itiio.l unvMintlMir (o TII.5"SWi'of I ( Ni. 162. 1".r the 7ih' day (

with ice-cold Coca-Cola ', t followliiK dexcrlbed real I entutvDONT !, talnlnMT 20 Acren' more or lenn.The ALSO: R': ot NIP N'' August 113. huts filed ernor t>r justice (on the Stp.i
I. xold. evidencedbv I l & 'tn office has
1 tiixen to are my made :
I It 4, Ii Order by tb. case ((24 bottles) from GET I t ,..,'tr..al... NOH. 103 and 291 of I 11':5''.. .ot..t NW'N1''. &..r :\'Ii' .r ( /." tlon. for a 'tux deed lie Dench does not relll'c" Chr
I & ItO
I I I II your dealer. -NIGHT 1931 1 I I :!.! r..p..t..h.I and rep ot 5li I\"i.' ; 1 ,'e thereon., Said l certificate em- I of his responsibility (to '
THIS. 2Bc TEST. l'n l. l rexent the unpaid, taxen for the 0' :' 'J .r .1. / :: the following I : I dexcrlbed I prop' tan real
1 Help nature' ,' (Hit waste andexcexn l yearn I 19iu: ) to I Iii7!l: both I liulunlvoamountlnir I i4i11 .t I' & nt "I( In the County: of Ilrudford; : I, ness fci Jesus. The position

,i I ici-coio COCA-COIA i* ivmy riACi usi, ..1. whlt'h can c'.e theIrritation to $40. 23. i containing: I Sec., 36: :al .<.,4.. I Il", o ; I ;u of Florida. lo-wit : !Increases his re ron9ibimy' '
( I waken Said tux certifIcaten :together with : ( Quarter' of North- 13
I IT BIIONOS IN TOUI ICI-eOX AT KOMISTAIIKE you II' Leviedaxen or I... ( : ( for some, ob.-c r 4 I Ir80n
.'aiiHfn scanty flo\v. Uurnlnir, all I I nuiixeiiuent omitted ('r r hl t and Kant l Half of one thing
The taxex to be nold ,'
::1,,'I.I'h. 1.'II..h I thd kldneyM wil be. nold to the highestll.I.i by ,' NOH. 254 nre"of ': I ".t 1..I..r. of .Vnrth- to go off on a fishing. 'trip
VIOl "" bow.I. ( let 25Civorth "r the Courthotix' door In I .. .rtr".I. 1an. Qiinrter "..'tIU 22. '1'lwn..hiI thin
COCA-COLA of Juniper oil.I buclitl leaven, ;t.-n lie on the 7th .1.1' of January '.. reprenent : 8 South, 22 Kuxt.: the Sabbath. [It Is another
l fir .
: 'tI- """t. Into irreen tal>letn. J (Itt IU1.: nr I 11'01 I ', ... M.Dated lllinive the, ) '"' 1129 I to to\'II.! 60 ut-ren more or for the President (.If the lr
Ituketn the 17th day of Perember nmolnlng i
') to any IruirnTeiit Locally Ihl. .$1.72. tEl'I
I lit '""I..n I..r'o Uruic store 1937.WHATWHEREWHY. I I''all I I Said, I .rtr..'.. 'I uxxenHinent of 'tha nald prop. States to travel all "lily on"
ci cut
t I he
I : :'=-- :::::: taxen"I"\.nl\ sold" to the uIIAr the nnld "'"11111. I... to MIami florida In w*' to g-
"__ v _____ ,' wan In the nuine, .. I'uku.% I .ond3.'
IhlI.. nt the Court hoiixe d'I" I 1 1.-ss ll 1 certificate I I I be, 1'on fishing boat ''Ti
on the 7; h.. duy of "hll I "
tlu'k. *eni 'd according, I I to the that' 81rt
I I !9311 nt I II I "itt" 1 o'clock A : .. There is enough rf
cember rutted. thin the 17th day of I ; :i''r.l.yli: 'I hlghext i-llii-il, 'iuelu| bidder: : ..Itllt (bu i'spiritual I Iwseness In ''h'8 cfllt

1937. houxe door by t
nn the M-tn- exnni'lc: |
) ) without
111"1.1'JIFA.. I') I in the month ..t February. 19:18: any
tn tho 7th .' President
Clerk of Circuit, (" lit <. day of .hru.ry.
I :: ': .; ;
l-tritdford I 'on y. 1- I thin 16lli
i 12-24-31-1-7. .1937. day of Decem I his: SCIIEW'111Southlmumi

SKU: 1
lTIt K 'lel'l.
/ -* : t.-..* *i : ci-HriKifMTi-:Opl.lolTl:s \ Clerk J. THOMAS of Circuit: No. 203-Duo SiarKe : pI
Court of
(4 : < I :
J. J. Truby' hun"au'IIII'FN. I lrul ford (.unlY. Florida., j No. 207-Due Starke 1t5 p

11.1 retiext| lhat the t.tx "'..I" I I No. 203-Due Starke 1'15 'U
toiretlu-r with I all I I "-- .
>OTK OK K 1.1 01' Starke
ted. or levied taxeH held by the i T.' X No. 201-Due
I 'ilt'l'IFI1'I1t.,
J' OF BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA be advertlxed and sold to the "' .: M IIKRKPtr: :I Norhholnd
PHI bidder for cash an ( I V". Kdwardn han 1Ih"l' I! No. 202-Due Starke ] ;?
., llotlxe Hill 396 of the 1937: tl".1 I '

- 1! DRIl. LET I'S ( I\E OUR PL'l.'ilBINO' CABINET WORKFURNITURE .1"I the....,Lenlxlature.Hied ,real entate 111'01 In the. I the fol. I I I ... together'request. will HI.t 11 Ih. .lax.lh.'I".nt certlf- I No. 204-Due Starke "' pI

HOC"F. ..r State of ,< U, levied ( ". .. by the No. 206 ..Due Starke I Ii
F A C. Ir"eford. be
4I TlonoUUI Hollngswort REPAIRING wit: 'h'le. udverMxed and Hold to No. 208-Due Starke 3u:; <

L CI.E \NI.Vii SVV", of NIt' & SWIj of \\ hlglleut bidder for cacti pro 920I |aI
I 1 89. 17PIOLTERISG of Sec. 14 Ti". M. U. : : :, by Houne Rill 396 of the 1917 i No. 214-Due Starke -
Hog And Hominy 1 r>f the Legislature, the ,1
11t Qaa J. L. Simmons containing: 80 .\.1.. murv dencribed real upon Starke Bus Agent Iea
lenn.The. .. estate In I C(
I FARMS EDDIE HARTMAN hates to be sold are I ly of Ilradford, I"I. of I Service Station. oppusite' \
Fri Plumber ,
Iy "' .. ... :IK8 and ")4 to-wlt: I
p In SteHIUeil Bottlen .I'ltenl. N. ':' of NK':' of (lee. 3 Tp.. 7 S. bouse. _

': _ _ _ PHONE 33Stern's "I'IO .nd 1a3 r."p..lv..ly., and| 19 K.: containing 40 Acre, a'J' "unIty
.. Ih.
( l!>37, both' IJ .re nr lenn. I to hothihi'ItIt'IV'" h
pau That Iefreithe. 137.
e THIS SPACE -- $199 07.ALSO: Incu..h.. I"\II, tOtes lo I be Hold are evidenced 10 '::: '''' _"
I (
Denmark : : S'.j of N'K'i' Except r.rtf..I.... Non. 7 and 1 12 nf 1930: 1.10 i IIX ..rltl..1.( 0". .,.1":

J. FOR RENT GaragePRESnUPIY A In SW Cor 4- NF: of SK", !: r""I"'I".ly. and represent all "" h.h", I-
I .
UK ARE NWI I "" I the 1929 tabs wIll tIi1.h1t..r -
I." 15 '". 6 S. II. 22 x..tnI yearn t: rfrissrfc..ffl .
19:17: both Rt I t ." : .
1 % VOl-R Furniture Co ; ZENITH RADIOS containing leNlf. so Acren, 10"'. III.US. 1"lu..lve. an"untn& the 31..1 : ft"-
I 'I EXPERTS ] The tax.. to be Sold are "vl< ... 111,,:'; of .VK'l EI: : We Are New GOODRICH TRESTUBESCARPENTER'S by CrIlf'OtiIli* .. 1'' 1. a '. 7 S. U. l 19 K l 'sled I bIn' th. l

,: PUBlIC WILl. BRING Stork Every Rfh11 Duy. Sure to Hlghnit Quality-Lowest I 180 arid the 1:3:': .:,..,.(aT .n.1. .aid ...(. 120 Acres, more or ..nb.r. 193?. .
B r..nl taxes for the years ( &W i iJ f
BEXAIX STORE RESULTS Vou Bay. EASY PAYMENTS II I. I9.1T.both lu"lu..1". tnxe. lo be noM nr. .v| .. J >
l TiE S I Bfon ..3.I I"U" .rl'I.R .. ( and 13 (if 1030 t.ir.riiunw;;

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Exactly one year ago this week I i r rk
', the Telegraph began making its

4t t; hf first concerted effort to present
f local pictures to its subscribers k, .
t along with the written news of the I
county. Since that time we have t
x tiled to use at least one picture a '"
t M MeYx
week of some person or scene of
Interest In this locality. Vr}'

And now we wnnt to nee how .
: ','
Rw st much attention you have paid to
our pictures and how well! you remember Y
them. Grouped on thin Po
page are fifteen pictures used in j
the Telegraph/ during the past
year If you can I Identify: all or
most of them, write down on a I
slip ..' bus done 4. Ite Is always willing to takea
what (If scenes nr c\ents, > they 3. This genial lady
.. 1 lending part In working for any
c. Bradford
much toward milking
4' .. are and! mail or bring It to theTelegraph I'.radfordCounty.
worthwhile) for
book-conscious.' Identifying
office To the first one .
4 her shouldn't be any troubleat
who sends in a correct, or mont 't.,.' ; \ all.
r* nearly correct list we will! give a ".
year's subscription to the paperIf .
you are already I a subscriber, .
I 1. This one should be easy. All you have to do Is tell us where the we will renew your subscriptionfor
lure was taken and what the boys were doing. You need not knowir
this of
length time. The second
names person to send In the most
correct list will be given a six
month's subscription, and the thiifl<
will receive a four month's sub-
scription. Look the pictures! over 2 Who is this young fisherman ? He might be
and !get; the old brain cells to just exactly your Idea of Huckleberry Finn, but In t 5 3 ntA
functioning. reality he Is a Starke school boy. He wnan't play- ,
!fng hookle when this picture was luken. It was Ar
ii./i/ u.j. n'.ici' 11r Jt&Wii.wa r

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6.c 7, Simple. pictures such as this, are always.. popular with our renders.
l k This farmer is n mired photographer fioin Jack 'm\\ il.. < KIUI.J lulu?
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J. This Is the first so-culled "candid camera" shot ever used In the

telegraph.; It appeared late [in December last year. Who are these ;
I'lildren' : ? Where! were they [
f. Ie.. .,.. .
I...: : .. 2r'1Ia
If any of our pictures can lay claim to fame, It Is this one ., .
"The Florida Grower" asked for permission to reproduce it, and the "
negative was later sold to "The Country Home," a magazine of national .

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K q 12 Everyone knows how strawberries are harvested and packed,
r ra, 1V but the scene above might be !less fnniilliir to most readers It I Is, In
Bradford County however, and his In "lo with nn important money
t y crop. Who Is the gentleman at right above on whose place this[ picturewas
t taken?


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|he give: chase to and curseJ our Tallahassee, where he [Is doing a shoes. he made up for In long hair. not have too much trouble Identifying -
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: { Miss Josephine Ainslie LAWTEY and children, of Ocala, were visit- guests of Mr. and Mrs. T.; Wan: Butler spent Christ
Ifl3 r I I' Mr. and Mrs. A. relatives mil' her a
Honoree At Bunco Party O. J. Fhllllpm. C.rr..,..<..t Ing her parents week-end. key.MI' wIO
L. Sullivan, during the and Mrs. E. ", Gainey and Mrs G.
Miss Josephine Ainslie of Mad- Street I, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moore and children of Plant City, were vlf- Janie Mao McCauley! and<.l Jlisse

; jtrj ; f ocietyl: Doshia ison, Ga, house guest of Miss Workmen have Repaired recently completed I !son! of Gainesville, and Howard sting here Sunday as guests of MM McCauley Were Quarrels, and<.I JUlln111
L !!1 o'clock Wednesday, when afternoon, her was hostess the at honoree enter-3:30: grading streets and throughout otherwise Improving the 1 Moore ing Mr., of and Belle Mrs.Glade D., were W. Moore vlsit1 brothers Charles L.and R.Douglas and H. Hardy.n P. Caine 1.
tamed with a bunco party at the city and all streets are now In excellent j during the week-end. Misses Juanita McCauley and avlYi Miss Martha Evelyil\M\tarkl'Y!:. an,

W. C. T. U. Entertained Three Hostesses EntertainAt I home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs condition. It is hoped that I I Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Zeigler of Mattox motored) to Galn' in Starke Monday atte'' ', Wpt i,
son all wooden bridges will be replaced -'Gainesville, were visiting his parents Sunday evening. 'nmn
', At Home..of Mr. and Mrs. Holiday DanceOne Hogan Smith at Sampson City. Mr. and Mrs. L, B.
ill i The two living rooms opening en- with .culverts. throughouttown. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Clemops and children are CroRhy SM
ti 7 IM, Johnson of the outstanding social' sui'e were decorated in an artistic Christmas Day. children, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.-Clerrr- Quincy as guests spending aWhile, 'In

: The weekly meeting of the events of the holiday season was I manner. Bowls of yellow gladioli School Cafeteria Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Adkins and ons, and Mrs. Randolph Quarrels, Mrs. Johnson. of HCM moths

i Woman's Christian Temperance the dance given by Misses Hope!/narcissi, and chrysanthemums were Through the efforts of the localP. children, of Jacksonville Mr. and of Jacksonville spent Christmashere Mr. and Mrs, A, n.

Union was held last Thursday aft. and Georgia Catharine Haynes I placed to advantage in the rooms I T. A., the school here Is to be ; Mrs. John Jordan and children, of as guests of Mrs. Lid,...", nn children, and Mr. I:I'osbj' anI
1 ; ernoon at 3:00: o'clock at the home and Miss Lucile Kennedy last I and a brightly lighted Christmas equipped with a cafeteria. Plans Palatka, and Miss Minnie Swindellof Clemons. They were accompaniedhome Mintz and daughter ana, lrR, I.,A,

fi i!b of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Johnson Thursday night at the Woman's I tree lent a festive air to the oc I were completed 'Monday afternoon Jacksonville, were holiday by Miss Janie Mae Quarrels, ville, spent Christmas of Juekson.
+ {i 1 with nine members present. Club building from nine until one' casion. when Supt. A. J. Grlffls and guests at the home of S. R. Swin- who will spend the week with guests of Mr. and, Mrs here i eB
o'clock. After several progressions of Chairman J. H. Moore, of the i dell. them. ney. l R Cal
I The home, for this occasion,
r; 4.,i was artistically decorated with' The spacious auditorium was bunco, Miss Frances Peek was School Board promised the committee Louis Neal and Mrs. Roy Hub- Mrs. A. F. Raulerson and children Mr and Mrs. ..

i Christmas holly, pine boughs, and gaily decorated in the Christmas awarded a boudoir pillow for mak- In charge that work wouldbe bard, of St. Petersburg, were visit- of Okeechobee, are spendng Jacksonville, spent Grady Chri Bllxter., Of
a of red and The ing high score ana Miss Juanita rushed so that the cafeteria their mother Mrs. Rosa Con- im here
w painted pine burs. Spanish moss colors green. stagein ing the week here as guests of her as guests of their
'r." was used in decorating the sun the auditorium was made to Barefoot was given a linen hand- would be ready for use after the stantine, during the holidays.Mr. parents, ,Mr. and Mrs .H.. P. Mrs. R. P. Lewis parents and n'rs Mr. and

iir porch Candle holders with green represent a living room. A huge kerchief as a consolation prize. holidays. and Mrs. Charles Estes, of Galney. Baxter. J. D.

I and red candles added further fireplace, holding artificially lighted The hostess presented Miss Ains- Strawberry Outlook Jacksonville, were visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ritch and Mr. L PHI
"ti charm to the home. logs, and the brilliantly lighted lie with a kodak as a memento of Prospects at this time are very Mrs. C. Alford, recently.Mrs. son, of Ralfortl. spent Christmashere baby, Sh rleyfAnn, of ,]lacks ker and
l this affair. <
for >
delightful bright a good strawberry crop "V'lle'
The following program was enjoyed Christmas tree furnished: the J. P. Sullivan, of Hampton, as guest of her parents Mr. spent Christmas here. us ;
) Those enjoying the afternoon here this season. While acreage Is guests
+ during the afternoon: lights for the dancers. I was visiting her sons, A. L. and and Mrs. L. A. Brown. his mother. Mrs Martha,,
n I with the hostess and honoree were: not as large as last season, plantsare Paikee
h > ti "Away in a Manger," vocal Punch was served throughoutthe Misses Edna Pearce, Harriet Bish- in much better condition than Cleveland Sullivan during the hol- Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby and Mr.\ and Mrs, L,. A, hutch, of
; fak It number by Ruth, Mary and Betty evening from the sun parlor, idays. children Lawtey spent Christmas
op, Frances Peek, Lillian Stump, they were a year ago. Rains have are spending a while at here, "
1 j b Powell and Mildred Edwards. Miss which was also decorated In the Marion Constantine was visiting Greensboro, guests of her parents M,
Clara Flume, Marion and Helen bcnefitted them and they are as guests of her par- and
I 'j t i'Gt' Gladys Johnson accompanied them Yuletide motif. The punch table Dowling, Juanita Barefoot, Betty showing a good'growth.' friends in Madison recently. I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Pritchard. Mrs. P. A. Crosby
r at the piano. decorated with and a -.
; was holly Green, Vernie Phillips, and Elizabeth The Ladles of the Baptist W. Mrs. Rhoda Dampier, of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen The
A Christmas message was read similarly decorated table held was visiting her parents, Mr. and juvenile court Jiiginated
Mills, of Jacksonville. M. U. were entertained recentlyat i and daughter, Pauline of Lake the 'In
lily ; by Mrs. Johnson. dainty sandwiches. Miss Smith was assisted In servIng the home of Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck Mrs. J. J. Zeigler Sunday. United States.GREEN'S .
1 ]i Poem: "Following the Star," About fifty guests were present I her guests a tempting refresh- with a spend-the-day party. I -----

was read by Mrs. Thornquest. to enjoy the evening with the hos ment course by 'her mother. Mrs. J. T. Moore and sons of BROOKER
Song: "It Came Upon the Midnight tesses. .
/ '1 Clear," by four little girls. Music for the dance was furnIshed I :Misses Fugate EntertainAt Plant City, spent the holidays at Miss Vera Galney Correspondent F R E E
'4' the home of Dr. and Mrs. G. W.
!f The Bible quiz was lead by Mrs. by A. W. Anderson, Jr.
g t, Johnson. I Luncheon Wednesday Brown. Sunday School Party
} .-- Miss Arthurlne Blanchard, of
I n The meeting was adjourned by Rev and Mrs. G. E. McGauley i Misses Katie and Virginia Fu Miami, spent the holidays at the' The Intermediate Sunday School S TOR E $4.00 in Groceries and Five

r r' the usual prayer circle. Celebrate AnniversaryThe gate were hostesses Wednesday at home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Class was entertained with a CASH ds: CARRY Gallons Gasoline to be Given
The next meeting will be held at pound party Thursday night by
o'clock when entertainedat A. Blanchard.Miss .
one they N. Away Each
the home of Mr. and Mrs. their teacher, Barney Mattox, at Saturday. Ask
F. A. Reverend and Mrs. G. E. a luncheon party given at the Mattie Harley, of Jacksonville sTARRE FLA. ,
the home of Rev. G. E. about this.WE
Scott. McGauley. .
McGauley celebrated their twen- home of their uncle and aunt, Mr. was a holiday visitor here.
Both outdoor and indoor of
ty-fifth wedding anniversary Mon- and Mrs. J. F. Colley. Miss Guilda Marie Thede, whoIs games CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY ;
Circles Will Meet at their home in Brooker various kinds were enjoyed by the I THE VERY FUIT!
day attending Stetson University at LOWEST PRICES. SEE ITS BEFORE
4 : The living and dining rooms, guests after which was nt'u\0.
I Circles of the Woman's Missionary midst a large number of relatives where the guests were entertained DeLand, spent the holidays at her supper
t' t Society of the Methodist and friends. The occasion was enjoyed home here. served. There was a large crowd
were attractively decorated in the
attending and all reported a nice BACON Best White lb.
church will meet Monday afternoon by everyone present and the 121/c/
bas Christmas motif. A beautifully Miss Hilda Wyrick, who is a stu- time. ,
14 at three o'clock. Circle Number couple received many beautiful decorated Christmas tree was the dent at the Florida State Collegefor
+ One, with Mrs. Charley E. gifts that were highly appreciated. outstanding attraction in the living Women at Tallahassee, Is The Junior Sunday School Class 8. DRESSING OR I
lIS ; Johnsas leader will meet at the Beside the immediate family room. spending the holidays at her home was entertained Monday afternoon QT.JAR PEANUT 21b.Jar
y) home of Mrs. F. H. Long. Circle those present were: Mr. and Mrs.J. The guests were seated at the with a Christmas Party by their

', Number Two, with Mrs. L. A. Davis O. Mattox and son, Oscar, Jr., I dining table which was covered here.Mrs.. C. Y. Mayo and daughter, teacher Mrs Carey Ingram. RELISH 20c BUTTERAPPLE
as leader, will be entertained and daughter Lois; T. O. Mattox; with a handsome lace luncheonset. of Tampa, spent the Christmas Games were played and Christmas ,

1 by Mrs. Davis. Mrs. S. C. Kennedy and son, In- The central embellishment on holidays at the home of Mrs. carols were sung, after which each

1 X ::1i man, all of Jesup, Ga.; Mr. and the table was a silver ship on a Mayo's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. child was given fruits and candy. 20c

W. M. U. Circles To Meet Mrs. J. E. Withrow and daughter blue reflector, and the place cards H. Moore. Everyone enjoyed himself. 31bs.1Os; C
Jacqueline, of Odum, Ga.; Mr that marked the' places for the Jim Moore Edwards, who Is employed Barney Mattox and Misses Ju ons, JELLY
r, Circle Number One of the Wom and Mrs. Wallace Mattox and Mr. guests were blue ships on a silver in Miami, was visiting relatives anita McGauley and Lois Mattox
V' en's Missionary Union of the Bap- and Mrs. Grady Mattox of Winter I Background. here during the holidays.Bill motored to Ocala Sunday.
; tist Church will meet Monday aft Haven; Mrs. Ruby Robinson and :, Those enjoying this delightful Wainwright who is attendIng Mrs. T. W.. Markey and Mrs.
: t ernoon at three o'clock at the sons, Rexall and Elwin, and daugh- affair with the Misses Fugate were the University of Florida, at Lee Wilden were shopping In Table Salt

ti home of Mrs. A. A. Durden, with ters, Mary Virginia and Maxine, of Miss Marjorie Stump, Miss Evelyn Gainesville, spent the holidays at Gainesville Thursday afternoon.Mr. a K Macaroni
1. Mrs. E. W. Hayes as co-hostess. Melrose; Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hin- Lindsay Miss Lois Adkins, his home here. and Mrs. Carl Green spent 3

1' '+ t Circle Number Two will meet son and sons, Leland and Winton; and Mrs. E. L. Matthews. W. H. Edwards, Jr., was a busIness Christmas in Jasper. T. Tissue H C ? Spaghetti
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
visitor to Jacksonville Tues-
at the same time at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thompson and
and Miss Reba Lee Hardy motored I
+ .Mrs. George B. Flynn and Circle son, of Gainesville; J. H. Mattox, Family Reunion day.L. to Lake .
r q i, Number Three will meet wizen Mrs. of Ocala; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green Takes Place at Lake H. Futch.i who is a memberof City Thursday.Mr. MAXWELL HOUSE
frfi/ i tl L. A. Rennolda, with Mrs H. V. and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stewart of the faculty .of the Macclenny and Mrs W. D. Webb and
I t ? Carden as co-hostess. Brooker. The members of the J. H. Ritch public school spent" the holidays at I children spent Sunday here asI COFFEE lb- 27 c Sugar, 5 Jbs. 2Sc
his home here.
family enjoyed a reunion at the'I! I I I ,
new home of Mr. and Mrs. Ritchon r Miss Lillie Mae Higginbottom, .
!of Maxvllle, is visiting Miss Pau- i APPLE :u OZ.BUTTER .
KV.HALL'S' Kingsley Lake, Saturday and I
Sunday. line Anders here this week. YOU CAN WIN
Those present with them were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Plummerof 12c MILK 3 tall 20c

Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Ritch Mrs.J. Dothan, Ala, spent Christmasat ,

Stanford, and Carlyle Ritch, all the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. !
of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Plummer.Mrs. $100 BOILING
SPECIALS M. Rlcharde, Mrs. Annie Rlcharde, C. R. Gilchrlat and sons, -

B. Z. and Billy Matthews of the William and Neal, of Brunswick, BACON: lb.
',, State Farm, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ga., spent Christmas Day with 9c
_, GROCERY ORDER Durden and family of Savannah, Mrs. W. H. Biggs.
(' 1i1t! Ga.. and Mr and Mrs. S. R. Johns Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rowe of a T_

and baby, Ann, of Starke. Jacksonville were week-end visItors Ii I PEARL HOME: GROUND

BACON, No. 1, Free from Salt, Lb._ 12c Ritch Sunday entertained afternoon with, Mr.an and at home.Mrs. Miss here.Debbie Phillips, of Max-' i Grits 10 Ibs. 22c MEAL 10 lb. 20c
vllle visited relatives here duringthe
During the afternoon the hosts Monthfor If

Utill: POTATOES, U. S. No. 1, 10 Lbs.____13c members served cake of their and immediate coffee to family the- Miss holidays.Katharine Galloway, of I i G. NORTHERN-BABT' LIMA

and to Mrs. Sinclair Branford, was vlsjtlng relatives

COFFEE, 100 Pet. Pure, Lb.__ ___ ... __ 12c Judge and Mrs. E. K.Terryman Peek here Sunday.r" f BEANS, lb. 4i/2 OLEO lb. 12cN0. c
and sons Emmett and Comer Dr. E. J. Roberta is visiting rela-
and Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll and tives in Baldwin this week.
Standard No. 2 TOMATOES 1 IRISH
can_ __6c baby Lois Cornelia, Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs Jsom Reddish, of

'1 L. Peek and Miss Clara Louise Plant City, were visiting relatives
_ Peek, here during the holidays. Potatoes 10 Ibs. 13c
IIi 24 Lbrguaranteed
FLOUR. ., .. __HZ:.. _67c Mr. and Mrs.'V. R. Reddish had Life !

as their guests Christmas\ Day.Mr.

CORNFLAKES, Pkg., 2 for __ ._ __._ _tic Holiday Dance and Mrs. B. E. Reddish, of Jacksonville BEST COMPo'VNb ,; t ,
Enjoyed By Younger Set Mr. and Mrs. Roy Red-

. W[ MEAL Water Ground Members of the set dish, of Webster, and Mr. and Mrs. A steady income FOUR .LARD lb. 1Oc
10 Lbs.__ __ 19c younger en- James G. Godwin of the State !
joyed an Informal dance Wednes- Farm. $1,200 a year as 7 DC
day night given at the summer No, 2 CAN STANDARDTomatoes
GRITS Medium 10 Lbs. Mr..and Mrs. H. B. Arwood and 24 IbS
i'w . 22c home of Judge and Mrs. A. Z. long as you live. ,
C. R. Whitehead spent Christmas
Acikins on Kingsley Lake. I Ic 6
with relatives in Birmingham II
NORTHERN BABY LIMAS, Lb.. 4/2c Holly and other Christmas dec- I ,

orations were used in making the Ala.Mrs.. M. B. Plummer, Mrs. G. W.
large living room where the young Roberts and Mrs. O. J. Phillips andA. 99 OTHERCASH I COOKING OIL gallon 72c
Ii ( KITCHEN MATCHES, 3 Boxes ._ lOc people enjoyed dancing until a late M. Blanchard,were visiting in !!
hour, attractive. Red candles In

.gu 32 Oz. SYRUP, New Cane.. __ __ 15c to silver the holders room. added further charm I, Hampton Richard Monday Thede who afternoon.is a student' PRIZESNo BRING YOUR CAN -
at the University of Florida at

ut LARD, Best Compound, Lb.-------- lOc Music by A.for W.tire Anderson dance. was, Jr.furnished Gainesville at his Is home spending here. the holidays CORN NO.2'' Pork Stew, Ib 12c

Friends of Earnest (Bubba) puzzle pictures I SPINU'II CAN -

IIJi RICE, Fancy, Blue Rose, 5 Lbs.___ .15c U. D. C. Will Meet Wells who recently at underwent Starke will an no riddles to solve., I E. J. PEAS GROUND-MINED:
appendix operation
The W. T. Weeks Chapter, TCRNIPSTRING: 71%L2'C
be pleased to learn that he Is rap- Just tell what BEANSc ISc
; United Daughters of the Confed- us I MEAT lb.
j OAT MEAL, 2/2 Lb. Pkg.___ ______ .14c eracy, will meet Wednesday afternoon idly recovering at the Gill hospital. You like ,"" -
to read! !
Any items which any one has of
January 3, at three-thirty I

SMOKED BACON, Lb.._ .. .. .._ ____ 18c o'clock, at the home of Judge and general by the interest correspondent will be appreciated and must- :
Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. Hostesses: BANANAS SIbs. 15E
reach him by Tuesday evening of
Mrs. Perryman, Miss Etta Tlson For Details See I

E; MACARONI, Pkg. .. ___ __ __ ____3c and Mrs. L. G. Powell. each week to insure. publication. American 'Weekly

ROMA MARGARINE Lb. 12'/2c P. T. A. To Meet THERESSA in This Week'sATLANTA
,r The Parent-Teacher Associationwill Mss Ruth Zelgler CorrespondentRoscoe 20 lbs 85c!Oranges,

FLORIDA CHOPS, Lb. ______ __ 14c hold its regular meeting May of-Miami, Mr. and ,
1 I-B Thursday afternoon at three Mrs. Wilson May of Palatka, Mr. '
o'clock In the school auditoriumwith and Mrs. Claude May and childrenof

e' PORK STEW, Lb. --- --- ___ 12'/2c the president. Mrs. E M. Hampton and Miss Ida Hagan Agent For
l Davis, presiding. Mrs. E.. K. Per- were holiday guests of Mr. and

RIB BEEF STEW Lb. ryman will have charge of the Mrs. H. D. May. SUNDAYAMERICAN
.. __ lie I
y program. All members are urgedto Arthur Hardee and Otis Har-
attend. dee. of Olustee, spent the Christ

? : DILL PICKLES, Qt. .. __ .. lOc LlMIT1.11 mas holidays with their mother TRUEMAN FERTILIZER' CO.
i A RESTA Mrs. Susie Hardee. I
local man who was possessedof James Triest of Canal Point I
h" 2c a wife who was described as a spent the week-end with his father -

most exasperating and cantankerous T. B. Trlest. Sold by newsdealers Better Quality

1 HAPPY NEW YEAR Individual, died several moaths Mr. and Mrs. Harold Huggins and courteous
ago. The widow erected a modest and children of Jacksonville,were

FREE DELIVERY headstone over his grave on which visiting relatives here Christmas salesmen I
she had inscribed the words, "Rest Day. I Get Our Low Prices Before Buying
Until I Come."-Exchange.: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Manikin

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i iI Bill Browning, of Gainesville, Miss Ruby Vann; Madison, is Mrs. C. S. Lindsay and Miss Evelyn Mrs. W. S.'Stroman and son, H. the guests of Elder and Mrs J. E.

I was the guest Monday Mr. and, the guest of. Mr. and Mrs W. L. Lindsay, of WInston-Salcm, H. Stroman, Mrs. S. S. Dowling Anderson.

Mrs Joe Young Wall and her couslnf...A: E. Wall, N. C., are house guests of Mrs. and daughter, ,Nettle Dowling, Mra. J. F. Shaw, of the State .' .
Bits of Jr. n Lindsay's brother and sister-in- spent Christmas Day in Jackson- Farm, waa visiting Mr. and :Mrs.F .

I Miss Elizabeth Mills, of Jack- law, Mi. and Mrs D. P. Carpenter. ville, with Mrs. Stroman's son-in- S. Sapp Sunday night.

sonville, is the guest of her cousin Mr. did Mrs. C. Ii. Nasworthy law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Mrs. II. Keene and children, of
Miss Clara Flume Christmas in Jacksonville James Godbold. Shamrock, are spending this week ,
spent Day:
Local Nevi9 I -----.---.- as guests of Mr. and .Mrs. J. Mrs. L. A. Rennolds returned I IMI' I I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Darby W. McLendon. Monday after spending the holi- and Mrs. A. M. Darby had W. R. Kersey.

OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND 'spent Christmas In Ft. Myers withrelatives. -.- -- .-. ---..- day in Boston, Ga. She also recently is their guests Christmas Day, Rudolph Chism, of South Carolina '
CONCERNING Miss Mignon Sluaon returned to visited relatives in Leesburg Mr. and Mrs. Geoigc Marks and spent last week with his

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Raleigh, N. C., Tuesday after a and Apopka. daughter, MarJorie, of DeLand, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W R. j,.

I Mrs. L.. E. Moseley and children few days': visit with her mother, --- -.--. Mr. ond Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones, Kersey.. :
.. are spending the holidays in Wild- Mrs. R. A. Weeks In Brooker. L. A. Rennolds has returned to Miss Elise Jones and Darby Jones, Misses Margaret and Marie
1 wood with relatives.Mr. Richmond, Va., to resume his duties all of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Sapp are spending this week In
after a few days before Marks and MarjorIe remained fora Jacksonville with their sister and a
Mr. and Mrs. Y. S. Williams, of spending
J. T. Quigley spent Mr." and Mrs. J. T. Quigley were' i brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. ;
Mrs. with and Mrs.
yr, and I Washington, D. C.,. spent the holidays Christmas with his family longer visit Mr. I
In St. Augustine. visitors to I' Jacksonville\ Wednes- and Mrs. A B Williamson, J. Williams.
stl1aDay and Mra. T. here. Darby.
here with Mr.
day. of Bradenton, are guests of Mr. I
S. Williams .----- --- Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and
at, and Mrs. Joe Braswell spent and Mrs. H. A, Bishop. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter 1>11'. and Mrs.. W. L. Edwards :, family, of Pine Level, were visiting -

holidays visiting In Georgia. Mr.) and Mrs. R. J. Davis and, Mr. and Mrs. 1<. O. Duncan and Miss Juanita Barefoot, Mrs. and daughter, Fredrlcka, and Mr. J. A. Harnage and family Wed- (

children were visiting relatives in Owen Griffin, of St. Augustine, son, Kasper, and R. F,. Theis, will A. E. McKinney, and Mrs. L. J. and Mra. F. G. Bauknight and ; nesday night.
k M Gaines Is spending this Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. was the guest Christmas Day of spend New Year's Day in Lake Green spent Wednesday In Jack- daughter, Jane Merrill all of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Pernle Johns, of \
in Paa-a-Grllle with friends. i his sister, Mrs. Ethel Biggs. sonville. Woodlawn, were visiting Mr. and
k Butler with Mr. Duncan's mother, sonville, and Mrs. W. W. Page and
Miss Isabel Fernandez, of Havana Mrs. L. A. Duncan.Mr. ----- Sons Billy and Martin of Orlando Mrs. W. R. Kersey< Sunday after- I
Mr and Mrs. Bob Wells, of PaUla. Cubit, Is the holiday guest of I Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent Sunday The Rev and Mrs. W. A. Fisher were Christmas holiday guests of noon. '

were guests Christmas Day her mother, Mrs. Eva Fernandez. | in Tampa as tbe guest of her par i and Mrs. W. A. Bcssant, spent several days during the holidays Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Bauknight and Miss Bertlce Normnnd of Wood- ,i

ar, and Mrs. N. Sternberg. ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. Jr., are announcing the birth of a In Tampa visiting relatives. Mrs Page's!' parents, Mr. and Mrs. lawn, waa visiting Mrs. A. J. Yar- Q
William Duncan, of Jacksonville, daughter, Mary Carol, on Christ- They were accompanied home by W. H. Struth. Mrs. Page and bough Sunday afternon. ..
)Ir, and Mrs. C. W. Beasley, of spent Christmas Day with his I The Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Fischer I man Day In the Alachua County Miss Dorothy Hamilton and Tom- sons are remaining until after New :

nesville, were visitors here dur- mother, Mrs. A, E. Wall. spent the first of the week In I Hospital In Gainesville. my Baker, who will visit here several Year's day. Georgia, In 1770 passed a lawmaking '

f the holidays. Tampa visiting relatives. I days. teaching of slaves eitherto
I Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova read or write an offense pun-
Dr and Mrs. W. B. Parks spent GUM BRANCHAnnie
Mrs N. Sternberg and Miss Lib Christmas Day in Jacksonvillewith Dr. and.I Mrs. O. L Haynes had I and children Paul III and Norma, Miss Clarice Gill and Miss ishable by a tine of $500 for each
'Mite Hiirnitfrc, ('or.J. .
inSteinberg were visiting friends relatives. I as their guests Christmas Day, !I who have been holiday guests of Elaine Edwards were guests Wednesday offense.Cra.lA.PD.

Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon.Mr Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Grant, of Jack Mi's. Emma Canova, returned of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doylein A. Harnage-and family, Mrs _______ .__ f
B -- NOTICE TO TilE 1"'nLW
Jack'dolson sonville. Monday to Bartow.Mr. Jacksonville. W. F. Hnrnuge and I Mr. and Mrs.T. .
of New River, was
---- --- ---- Effective Monday, January 3rd i
N. Limbaugh, N. Norman and family were
and Mrs. T. the of Mr. and Mrs.
guest Tuesday and. Mrs. Randolph Boree, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark returned Christmas of Mr and Mrs. 1038, GSAF Ry. train No. 14 will "
L Jacksonville\ were guests Tuesy W. B. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young spentChristmas guests
I of Jacksonville, were guests Tuesday to their home In MI- and of Pine arrive at Hampton from Palatka.
of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. In Yankeetown as H. M. McRae family,
-- I Christmas OILY of Mrs. Boree ami, after spending Christmas here Level. and depart for Valdosta daily except ;
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Elbert Edwards, of Cheraw, S. parents, Mi, and Mrs. G. H, Bennett with Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mr and Mis. A. J. Yarbrough Sunday at 5:40: P. M. insteadof t
and Mrs. M. L. Smith and Binney.
1Ir C., spen ;last. week here with his Mrs. N. Wainwright.. Christmas In Jacksonvillewith 6:10: r. M. Corresponding .
week-end In Newber- spent '
spent the mother, Mrs. May Edwards. .
In time at all Intermediate
-- -- change
relatives. her mother, Mrs. S. C. Miller.J.
visiting Mrs. Glenn Wood of Helena,
Bill Chalker student at Gulfport M
a W, Wainwright and son, Bil- business stations.
B. R.'Witkovski spent Saturday Aik., is the guest of her mother, In Gulf- A. Harnage:: was n L. ESTES
Military Academy ly, of Tallahassee, were guests a visitor to Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. V. ,
and Sunday Sn Jacksonville with Mrs. George B. Flynn and Mr. Miss Is the holi- /
port spending few days this week of Mr. and Mrs. Audrey Newmans, of Jacksonville General Passenger Agent,
REAL friends.1..l.-.J..' -. Flynn, and other relatives.Mr. days with his mother, Mrs. C. \V.I N. D. Wainwright.Mrs. spent Christmas here with Jacksonville, Fla. is; <
Chalker.Mr. 12-31 1-7- -Adv.
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ESTATEIF Senator and :Mrs.! C. E. Johns and Mrs. J. D. Doyle, of I r --_ W. T. Brinson, of Valdosta,, i elatlves.
Miami this Jacksonville, were guests Christ- and Mis. Hugh Turner, of Mr, and Mis. J. S. Sapp have as .:
spent several days In Gn., Is! the guest of her parents,,
Chrlstriins Mr, and Mrs. A. !
YOU WANT TO week. 'ft ', mas of Mrs. Doyle's mother, Mis. I Attapulgus' Ga and Wooly"hlg- Mr. and Mrs R. V. Turner, and guests,
Williams and Mrs. Louise Den-
Cill.Wilbur. J.
Fay I ham, a student at the University her grandmother, Mrs. F. B. Johns
|BUY, SELL OR RENT --- of Florida, of mark, all of Jacksonville.
were holiday guests
Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Arrendell, of and W. R. had
Mir Mrs.
A Scott, of Oila.ulo, II Mrs. Eula Kersey COLUMN
US- Whlghnm.j Junius M. Smith returned to his
SEE Jacksonville, are guests of Dr. and
opent Saturday and Sunday here as dinner guests Sundry, Mr. and
home here Tuesday night after
WILSONREALTY Mrs. O...... L. ,Haynes. with his parents, Mr,, and Mrs. F. j and Mrs. George C. White, spending the Christmas holiday I Mrs. II. Keene and family, of CABBAGE PLANTSNow ready. f
-- A. Shamrock, Mr and Mrs. E. E. the bed thousand. Priced
Scott Frances White and G.V., Alder- By or
Dorothy In Washington, D. C., with his I
CO. Miss White the '
Woodlawn.. Mr and
Tallahassee Yarbrough right. On Road 28. 3 miles from
returned to
man Monday -
daughter, Miss June Smith.
week-end In Jacksonville with relatives -
Mr. and, Mrs. Edmund H. Davis, after upending several days Mrs. Noon Bradley, of Bontdrain, town. Z. Z. Griffls. tf
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of of Mrs. Johns and family, of Woodl.iwn II I-
Gainesville, are guests IItIIl'Y
here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson I
I Chnrney Yarbrough and Ru ROSE UUSHKS--Guaranteed 2-yr
Davis' parents, Mr. and Ml's.V
--- ind children of Jacksonville, am I
''J I H. Noegel. Mis. A. W. Anderson l' and children Mrs. F. G. Schell; of Lake Butler,, dolph Chlnm, both of South Corn old< field grown everblooming
lina. varieties. Fall best.
John and Virginia and A., were dinner guests Christmas DHJ planting
Dr. and Mrs. DI. B. Met'long W. Mr. and Mis. J. S. Sapp spent Free catalog. Tytex Rose Nurser- ,
Anderson, Jr., spent Sunday in of Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mr,
Seriously spent Christmas in Jacksonville aa Archer. as guests of Mrs. EmmaAnderson. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson Thursday at Keystone Heights, an I ies, Tyler. Texas. 12-2-3tp

guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L.. Rob .
---- -- --- '
YOU inson and family.Mr Mr, and Mrs. J. J. RIgdon ant >

, SUPPOSE Mis J. 1>. Mills and family, of Miss Eva RIgdon had as theli

..r. and Mrs. A. A. Wainwright Green Cove Springs, were guests guests last week-end, Mr. and Mrs: Your Tip Top Grocery
and, son, George, of Jacksonville, Sunday, of Mrs. E. M. Thomas. Lucy RIgdon and family of Miami

or some member of your family while driving your were guests Christmas Day of Mr. Miss Kilun Mills remained for a Arthur Rigdon of Jacksonvilleand

car ran into a child on a bicycle, or' had'one of the and Mrs. A. O. Andreu. longer visit with |Mrs.:: Thomas.Dr. Frank Newland of West Pain;I WISHES YOU A MOST HAPPY AND ,-
? __________ o.- (
hundreds of other accidents that happen every day Beach.
Mrs. Joe Martinez and son, J. and Mrs M. B.'Merlong attended PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR 1938
would regret.lt, but that would not ----
Naturally you. A., of Tampa, are /guests of Mrs. the ''
Brother this should Herlong family reun- Mrs. F. H. Box left Thursday tc)
settle the claim against you.
Martinez' parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. ion In Micanopy Sunday at the
spend Christmas with her mother,
have your serious consideration NOW, you know W. Redgrave. home of Mi. and Mrs., Clarence Airs. G. H. Blount and brother, B:,: HOG JOWL and BLACKEYED

you could be the next one. There Is always a first Herlong.Mrs. E. Kelly and family, of Plant City., PEAS for GOOD LUCK
time for everything. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Dillman, of
Mrs. Box will return home aftei
Marianna, are spending the holidays F. H Long spent the first c
See us today and get a Liability policy l on your car. New Year's day. Fancy Blackeyed PEAS lb. 5
at their Kingsley Lake Cottage of the week In Jacksonville as the :
The cost Is nothing compared to the grief you would .
guest of her son-in-Inw and daughter Mrs. S. T. Dell and daughter,
have without it. Dr. and. Mrs. Bryant S. Car- Miss Olive Dell, Mrs. W, A, '
s..aHAROLD Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Harris, of roll. Shands and Mrs. Lee Graham, al: Sunsweet Prunes 4 Ibs. ]19c

I Macclenny, were the guests of Mrs. of Gainesville, were luncheon ,

C. WALL, AGENCYAll I n. V. Turner, Sunday. Mrs. Pearl Corson, of Lulaton,, guests Tuesday of Mr and Mrs. J,
Ga., and B. G. Mlddleton and son, M. Brownlee. 1 MS. CAN HIM.- 1.8.COCOA .
forms of dependable InsuranceNAT Mi. and Mrs. H. A. Durden and Julian, of Atkinson, Ga., were .1

I family. of Savannah, Ga., were guests Monday and Tuesday of Dr and Mrs. H. B. McLendor; 5c 'Coconut" 20c

guests Christmas Day of Mr. and I Dr. and Mrs W. E. Mlddleton.I and daughter, Jeanette, returnee ,.
:... _
Mrs. A. A. Durden. to their home here Tuesday after

I Mrs. James Godbold, of Jack- spending a few days in Marian
:Mr.:< and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe, sonville, was here the first of Lie with Dr. McLendon's mother, Mrs, I .SWEETCORN No. 2 can 7c
of Palatka, were guests Christmas -
SEZ: week visiting her mother, Mrs. W. T. R. McLendon.
,,', Day of Mrs. Varnedoe's par S. Stroman, and slater, Mrs. S. S.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W, P. Smith. Dowling.Mr. Mr and Mra. Clarence Nuas. THESE PRICES LOOK LIKE 1932 <

Our January Sale on baum, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pan-
; Mrs E. H. Harrin, of Jackson- and Mrs. W. P. Randall antI ken, all of Jacksonville and Rob. PURE HOG !

Dresses andSf' ville, was the guest Christmas Day children, of Jacksonville, and D. A. ert Jenklngs of Alachua, were: LETTUCE 7
Ladies of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Smith and Monteith of Belle Glade, were guests Christmas Day of Mr. and ea. c

Mrs. Wills.T guests Christmas of Mr and Mrs.J. Mrs. B. Jacobs.
Coats is now on. Here's.your I M, Alvarez. ": I II
F. Landrum left Wednesday .. t
Mrs. F. H. Long had as her Green Cabbage 7/c
:, chance to pick up I afternoon for Inverness to visit his Miss Jean Irwin, a student at guests Christmas Day, Dr. and; ea.

father, who is ill with pneumonia. Sullen's College in Bristol, Va., Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll and baby,,

some real ,bargains. was the guest last week-end other Lois Cornelia, Miss Lois Long, all I

t' f'' Miss Kitty Hogsed Is spendingthe grandmother, Mrs.. C. I. Mantissa. of Jacksonville, and Comer Longof /: Lb. 9c York Apples 6lbs. 25cNO.
holidays In Jacksonville as the Brooksvllle. ,
guest of her aunt, Mrs. Kitty Lane, .
and Miss Susan Sharpe. Miss Beverly Cady Is spendingthe Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes had, Z C'ANM SWEBT!:

ALL DRESSES THAT FORMERLYSOLD holidays In Orlando with her as their guests during the holidays:

SALE AT Mr. and Mrs. One A. Wiggins mother, Mrs. Flora B. Cady, whoIs Mr. and Mrs. F.. W. Hayes Jr., TomatoesOnions 5c Potatoes lb. 2c ;
FOR $2.98ON and children and Miss Frances convalescing at the home of her Mr. and Mrs E. F. Rhodes, all of ,

Hemingway spent Sunday after daughter, Miss Flo Cndy.Mr Jacksonville and L. A. and Milton FANCY RKOOKFIELD Tl'B 1I

$1.98 noon In Jacksonville. -t L._ M. DeSha and daughter Weekley- ,-of- -Ocala. I 4 Ibs. 15c Butter lb. 39c i

James Marvin Stokes, of Avon Marjorie, of Wlldwood, were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cox left Sunday ,
Park, spent the Christmas holi- the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. to make their home In West t

GROUP 2 days here with his mother, Mrs. Struth, Mrs. DeSha's parents, Palm Beach where Mr. Cox Is su- I SILVER KING or BALLOON :
B. M. Fussell. Sunday and Monday. perintendent of a new branch of
ALL DRESSES THAT FORMERLY I -- .-- -- the United Life Insurance Co. Mrs. I 69c

SOLD FOR :3.95 ON SALE AT Kenneth Harrington, of Atlanta, Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Tommy Cox wan formerly Miss Lois FLOUR, 24 lb. bag ,
Ga, Is spending this week with Ritch spent a few days this weekIn Moore of Stnrke.

Mrs. Harrington and Mr. and Mrs. Ovleda, as guests of Mrs. Grif
$2.98- Nat Williams.ly fine brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mr. and Mrs W. H. Alexanderhad "
Beat No. 1 White
and Mrs. L. E. Jordan.Mr. as their guests Sunday, Mr. I

- Mrs. J. F. Colley and Misses and Mrs. L. 13, Alexander, Mrs. 22c
GROUP 3 Katie and Virginia Fugate were and Mrs. Nathan N. Prevatt Betty Parks and daughter, Mrs. BACON Pound
visiting relatives In Jacksonville spent Christmas In IVnsacolu as Susie Miller, Miss Mildred Alexan-. ,
ALL DRESSES THAT FORMERLY Tuesday guests of Mrs. Prevatt's brother der, and Johnnie Nobles!, all of 4<>

SOLD FOR $4.95-0NSALEAT and sister-in-law, Mr., aad Mrs. Waldo. Maxwell HouseCOFFEE Tiptop Vac. Pack. ,
J. G. Alvarez, of Boston. Mast., O. K. Stansbury. ----
was the guest of his mother, Mrs. Mrs. L. S. Hutto was called to
$3.98LADIES HUdabelle Bence, during the hol- Misses Addle and Rosa Baisden, Orangeburg, S. C., Sunday becauseof Ib. 25c COFFEE Ib. 22c '

idays. Mrs. Alice Jones, George Baisden, the death of her mother, Mrs. t
Ted and Don Stilley, all of Jack Edith Carolyn Rltter. ;She; was

- I Leslie Biggs, who Is a student sonville, were guests Christmas accompanied by Mr. Hutto and Talk of The Town Coffee 2 Ibs. 35c i'K'
COATSON I at the University of Georgia, is Day of Mrs. Letie Stilley and Mr. son, Tillman Hutto, and daughter, :
SALE the guest of Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs and Mrs. R. C. Buford. Mrs. A. H. Hall. They were joined -
In South Carolina Miss Car-
and family. -- --- by
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Bauknightand olyn Hutto of Columbia.The Choc. Mixed CANDY 6. lOc

3.98 and $4.98BETTER Wesley Stearns, who is now living daughter, Jane Merrill and I or ,

in Minnesota, was a recent Mr and Mrs. W. L. Edwards and W C. T. U. will meet today -- ------- -- -
guest of his aunt, Mrs. Maria K. daughter, Fredrlcka, all of Jack- (Friday) at three o'clock with the I

COATS 1-3 OFFIT Hull. sonville; Mrs. L. M. DeSha and lit- president, Mrs. F. A. Scott. Since : MACARONI SPkgs. lOc
tle daughter Marjorie, of Wildwood this Is the last meeting of the ,

PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S Mr. and Mrs. John II. Hemingway and Mrs. W, W. Peg and year, accomplishments and bless '
and two children, of Eliza- Sons Billy and Martin, of Orlando ings will be noted and future plans 1 ;:'
bethtown N. C., are pending this were guests during the Christmas discussed. The meeting last week Broohl field l :f Cheese, Ib.. 23c. Jt t

week with his parents, Mr. and holidays of Mr. and :Mrs.V, H. was well-attended and considered

:Mrs.: L. G. Hemingway. Struth. helpful by all members. *,i

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I'AC.E SIX: BRADFORD OOVNTY TELEOKAPH.: --_ _ _ _ _I UY.C'Y.lIUY.ft. sr, 10,17.

Ii'' Mr. and Mrs. C. I the undernlKued Special I ]Mauler. by Leila lttttee. hi. ....It-----=::::::::

f ; J ; "l FARMERS SECTION LIVE STATE NEWS brother-in-law E. Crawford.Mr. saId the highest:decree bidder arpolnled'for 1 cash will: In nell frontof to. I Pollard Thomas;and If. J.1>.II Polin 1'1111 III 'M b, In.s T.

i1 and Mrs. E. C. Johns and the South front" door of the Bradford band : V. :M. hv "' It ,iii., hu.
If' (County Courthouan: 11.\\ Starko, and .;. H. U..H. ilti: :, I ii; I II h h...
,t family of Lawtey were visitinghis Florida i durliiR I I the it gal houra, of Marks; 10'. B. Lipe.. 11 i ,;' "1'f'/ H.
[, i: : NOTES OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS FLOKID\ FACTS IV SHORT PAKACKATHSGO brother and sister-in-law Mr, Hale on Monday January 3rd. A.I "lid l.ips,1,11, 'P'c",1>
II I>. I 931, the followliiK |it'ifl1'i n nltuate "11.1.. N )1PI1'. .lid 1't, "."
I r Lil !tU f _ and Mrs. B. Johns Sunday after In Uradfoid Cuunly, Florida John A \to', her

c; I I ( _ _ _ _ AFTER :MOSS WEAR COTTON SOCKS noon.Mrs. I '"x;' '.IL''of N\V of See. 22 Twp. a e..lIlIenn.1 nil Orahnui., In'i i h,, :' '"um""in'' I

TALLAHASSEE.-Gov. Fred P. Sallie Blackwelder Is 6 S. U. 21 K. except IB aci-ea In J. l II. Kenidie ami' '\'ire;
: Hints To Housewives RURAL DE LAND. Joe Hendrlcka. some time in Plant City I UK corner thereof lying In uniiuare wife. ; ('has. noberU .t, ,i, iii';
Cone, Commissioner Nathan Mayoof spending and except 15 acreit IttNi'3 ,'111, hln wife I ,; J. ,i'1".i i.C. 1._
COMMON SENSEBy Fifth District congressman, has the of agricultureand visiting friends and relatives.Mr. corner I thereof lying In a Kildj: and i-iii, ', ." ', I.
j: announced that the WPA approved and Mrs. Wade Gaskins of Hiiuare, together with the tenemen 1 Ktlily.I his wife; T u" i,' _
from Home Demonstration Wilson director of and -
W.ekly William L. IB, hereditament ap- -- I'lttn. his. wlf. I
3 i4 a $13,000 project for the week-end herewith and, .. ""
Tnllahmwee SPUDS state markets are proudly displayIng Lawtey spent purt.nanciM" fleanley h, "
: SpH'laJh"JII. cleaning excessive moss! out of his mother Mrs. Jean Gas- J lj:. K pRmmlA:>-| I Ilnrl"yv.; M I html',I. Iti !
i In DeLand and that work ne-w pairs of cotton socks."They're I An SpecliilMaBter III Chiincery. i HopkliiN; MHO ..lti|ji,, ,,,, ", \1r.JI'
HELP tree' made from genuine Florida kins. 1 KXKHIT( KNIQHT lIne his. wlfe.lhu:, 311.
; ? THREE WAYS \MTII H'A1L STATK MARKETS couM get under way Immediately.The of MtornvyM, for i'lnintiff.12173tl231 lloVlHeeM. leKUleen i"i Ib, ..
'- "' 1.OIUIlclJons: TO had been by Sea Island cotton grown in Lucy and George Gasklns ants cmlinliiK unil,,. \\ I .
SELL THEIR PRODUCE project requested the northwestern part of the Water Oak section, spent the -- diM-eanecl; tin unkiimtnees. lIi1l1.
j : lHAbi>ll<> S. ThurnbyExtriiNlnn many local civic organizations and :-00.1..1": OF ppi.irvno\\ letcalepn nr ",t'h|,, I ill"1.
Economist In Food state." WllHon explained. "We'veat week-end here visiting friends pou 'i'\\ IIKIWenate > ('111111I1"I I ... UlTtler,, 0..1| .'.tlttititi ,*
"4 : Time was when the most Important principally the Garden Club last learned how to combat the relatives. ( Hill N o. IllS<(< : ) itt, If either, all liv.
$ ConHrrvutlon confronting Chamber of Commerce and city XOTIC1is: IIKlthiHY ill V1'N, That tI..I'.II,11I11111 e l .. d"lId I I 01\,\
le l deluxe problem boll weevil that attacks this fine ]ill,l's. 1-lmle I I is i a
] Stuffed 1 quail easily American agriculture was "mak officials and an effort to get the No. 4, IBMUI-I! I the' 2nd day I' '
cotton and the cotton we KOIt T\ \ n..a:1IC -in" ;
& I meat dish for a company dinner two blades of grass grow grant through has been pending variety ...na... 11111 No. 103): of :September, A. O. 193H bun filed liiir. ': I'I''I:: :: ; :h :
ing grow now Is as fine as any any. name I In Itt y office" and ban made HPpllcutloll llefeluliints, npecllU'nllv, '"
I i3 It Is a favorite with the company where one grew before." When for the last two years.DEMOCRATS North NOTICR IH IIEUKHY nlVI'1N. Tlult I for H tax deed. to be Is.,tied above imrimi""ltlh. I 15hllHljHlnl
The mills of CVrtll'liHta 'n"
where. Lilly of Tnx
t14' too! With) these tiny turkeys and of the United( n.V.. Hall 'holder I Ihel'''''". Said cc-fllfU'iitw& I embracen the Urn.uf, illinK,& i.hl I I', 11 1\\
I .. the Constitution --- Untied the 7th day .
Carolina are making it into thread :Ni> 1 181 I the following, dcncrlbed proiiei-ly' In plaint .
; $ their gravy, serve tanked! sweet potatoes It took nine of AutrviHt, A. 1>. I 1HS.1.: : I hAil fll"' 1 ;
T ; i s States was adopted : TO :MEKT to meet I I Ihe County of Hriidfonl, Slate: of
and socks and It 1I11"leIII'I.II"IIllou TO the
onion. hot rolls expect sill,,.. In my office ,nnd him wevenil) dII' I
buttered % I III! .
i1 to feed or.e city lie Florida n-\\ hanilH ..i' wives I
farm families for n tux ilnod to of
salad LAKE CITY.Chairman J. B. with nation-wide popularity. I :South Half SouthwoNt: Quarter II
tomato .
lettuce And 'tlf I loiite Mnhnii'pH .persons herein nani"'
c g: and butter household group. Now the fruits AOVKHKI iHHtifil thereon. Knlil i-i-i of Soutliount Quarter of Section 'I i ito .
and lemon or sour orange pie. Hodges said the State Democratic the following I I : I dofi-rlln-d I JroPfitv ': I II 2 Townnhlp H\ South, KHIIKTO: this hill and tin
: ;
; c' i' salted of the labor of one rural family executive committee will meet at ; '1.": Hl'PEKIVTENDENT :: In thn County::: tC Hrudfotd I, 20 Kant .containing& :iU! Ante, 5I'V&ItI IIy 111111, l 1..1.' ',I
and ,
Coffee of course pc. urban I Slate of Florida to-\vlt! I fept an herelnh i imentioned
i will suffice to feed seven more or lens. :; : :: ; ;
FORT MYERS.The Lee coun- unknoivi .
1q cans. Jacksonville( January 20 to plan H'a of Nitha'est Qiuirler,, of I The aHNeHHment of the nil properly "
Stuffed Quail families.As for' the primary elections next ty school board in special session i-llifHMl Quarter of Section IJTownnhlp unili-r the nald certificate Innued who TO rliilm Any and any' all....I'll.''um, ,PI
with the nation so with H 5,11, h. llllUKe 22 111 I the \halite of Frank
F each May. The meeting will be helda rejected a i'ecom men iiation by I XMIH I Interent, In. and lu t Hi.nfler "
guest. moreor
1: Allow 2 birds for of East containing: :::1)c'eR, 1 Stelner.Tnlens. .
Problems! production ilPiHTlhfil ,
and Florida. month earlier than usual he Supt. Harry F. Hendry for the dis- li-Hfi. nuld cefllflciile elm II I I be redeemed or u
them whole, pick either us heIrs cl i, \
L' : j Leaving hnve ben dominant in the state'sagriculture mlMsul! of Mrs. Grace Adams as a Th. ILIIH"II"enl, of the i iild: properly according to law, ( he properly nr other clafmiintit, .
said 1937 u
the 1. because the legislature .
clean them carefully, saving for decade after dec a nil ti' I the mild cc-rtlf I ,li-ntw InHtifd tlencrllii-d therein I will I I be sold IIMInamed) liefe, ,
( ? hearts and gizzards. Sprinkle advanced the primary dates from high school English instructor 'ns In !tho ilium" of, to the hIghest bidder, lit' court of them; r
'I .Iir still are Important and door Inc nrnt :Monday In
ade. They here. The incident arose over in- rnli-HH salT rTtlfli-lilx' I house on "
1 Aii' the quail Inside And out with salt attention. June to May. Hodges added he redeemed according to PIII.II..WII'I I..the month of January 1938 which TO I ho followingtlonn.
.$ ; : then stuff lightly with a bread are receiving knew of no other business-to come clunion of Bocaccio's "DecameronTales" |irujtrty| ili-m-rlni'd In the 3rd day of January. 193S. I o-WI t: Kim'Ida ,
1 the state's annual cilia Hallway Conipai'
But marketing Dated this 30th day of November i III'
htll l.
in a list of books recom- Hold to the hlKheHt <
before the committee. He has been '
I luillroinl i I <
together oinpanWlirht \ :;
made mixing ,
by Monday qa7.: ,
I dressing harvest of field crops truck niurt hoiiBs door on th fIrst I II I It
t thoroughly 3 or 4 cupfuls of crumbled criticized for differing with some mended to students. Mrs. Adams I In the) month, of February. I lt-ta;! I (OFFICIAL SKAT.I ) & (,011I111I II Y. I.ter l' ',,".
Ii. SIt
and fruit products : Compmiy;
and vegetables, A. THO.MAS
furnished the day I of February "'
said the list WitS by whlc-h la t hit 7th i,1'k -
IL stale bread a medium-sized to of President Roosevelt's policies ( of CIri-iift Court, of pan)'; The Alfred I: t I.JtllllH, ,
I onion minced fine, !'i cupful of has come, during recent years, and a number of party leaders state and she did not require any 19 rated tR this 15th day of December -I I I irp,l ford" County Florida.. Companv. ; O. J. OrllT'; 'iliiit
.1. C' I't'i ( "I hit
transcend production as an Impor. 12-3-51-12-31: ''ii t.y- \\ t ), .
% student to read book on It. 11137.iUFFICIAIj. 'Jiiti ''II
have that he any __
suggested resign American
I raisins salt, pepper sage, thyme tant confronting those SEAT) AKiU'iiItu ''i% 'in, '
and about problem A--#-...-- A. J. THOMAS. \'I'U.I': 0"1.' .": OF T.\X CompanyV.. (I. Seal. I .ttIItt.\
and paprika to taste who till the soil. In spite of soil WRECKS SAFETY CARAVANJACKSONVILLE.The (*lrk lOt Tin-nit Court of I.KMTIKIftTKMXUTH'M it btinklnic col'puratiiiii,, "t''"i iSaliiKM Hollar,
i? '3 cupful of salad oil or melted deficiencies Insects and diseases WANTS STATUTE CHANGED Bradford" County. Florida.' IS I I l':lth'ii V I11VKN I : t that Ijank a t'liipointof '' H./I'/
p Florida liella I Sllcox ban filed with me KiiiKiiin.; IIIITINC I : ;:,:
I butter or bacon frylngs. Tuck a conditions 12-17-51-1.14. You and. '1h uf ..
and unfavorable weather TALLAHASSEE. a resultof the written reiiuent that thn tax iertlfIcateH y i inotllled hereby
safety council pointed 'r..r-\.m-.I
11- heart and a gizzard into each bird O'rlC'1 OF together will all niil, >Heiuentomlted | that th. I'luII'IIf' : \i. II
iI the state's farmers can pro- the recent pardon board sessions Alexander, han "1..1 his ,
with wrecking of its "safety caravan"as FoNt<< 'r, \ I>KKI> or levied taxes held bv the II r 0m-
k ; I and sew up the openings duce bounteous'harvests which tax Gov. Fred P. Cone has determined an example of automobile driving 4*.-ni>t. Illll. 'o. HllXOT1CK .: > State lie odv"IIH.,1 l ,and Hold to plaint In thn Circuit Iliadniit -
strong white thread. Brown the abilities to market them ad- IS I 11I'1HI'UY I : 41 IV I'N. That the highest bidder for cnnh as provided ford; Comity' Klrirld.i.: : I IKHII you
all sides in plenty their i : to ask the 1939 Legislature which it seeks to curb. The fl.V.. Hall holder of Tax Certificate by HotiHe HIM 396 of the 1937 and each of you 111.; I li.rMeeklnic '. ... ,.
stuffed .
quail on vantageously and profitably. Whatto for a statute eliminating of and No 1620 'iHHUPil the 7lh day nets. nf the r.eBlHlatilref, upon the t hit furerlonuI'ertlHiuteH HX Mil/ ,
.fi of hot shortening in a heavy do with their products becamea caravan comprised a car of AiiffUKt A. T>. IH33 "haS fllidBBine following I dencilbed real I Pet ii t ti In i covellnu&; \I1 "hllfv
skillet salting and peppering themas the: charge of "assault with Intentto trailer housing equipment for In my office and i ban made: I the County, nf llradford, State tif described lands:

''N 1 burning question.For : commit manslaughter." In the showing motion pictures stressingsafe application for a tax di. .il to be Florida to-wit: All of Sec 1 Hl-i fit "I'1: \\vi.'
1j they cook; then add hot water various iHHUvd thereon., Said rorl. If Irate embrace Coin, on N I.lne of NW't of of :SKI'.,. Hi, of, MI I: to fill the skillet about 2-3 full, many years agencies first place, the governor said, it driving was damaged here he rollowliiK I dfBi-rlbed propel 1 SEi' on K sIde' of Church filt.iIt NJo::',, of' XKH! of "Si K':',
c ;:;
have given attention to the is hard to Imagine Just such a when struck by another automo .1 ty 'i"t I I Die County: of Urn.i fold, Hun S. on nald St. I 176 ft. K. N'.. of ;'N\VI4.' aj> of "l-" $1.i ,,(
i'' t cover, and cook slowly until the problem and extended aid to far State of I Florida, i o-win, 210 ft N 175 ft. W 210 ft to begSec. Nl-ij: of H\\i 4. $\\ l, -iK'', ofNW'l
birds are tender adding a little crime. In the second place he bile. The caravan was parked at Wi."t half South-Kant: Quarter : 28 TI". tf .... It. 22 E, of Sec. 11 all -!. 12;
4t mers In selling their products. added offenses covered by the the time. C. A. McDougall and of North-KaHt: Quarter: t'e- The taxen to I be soIl are evidencedl all of H...'. 13: X',1|, W s\\i'.
,. water occasionally If necessary. County agents und others have Hon 22. Towimhlp, loIuul' ". I l by certlflcaten NUM. ;U5 nnd 10U4 of of Sec. HII 4 ; : l'3 I/,, K NK''"
i Remove the quail and keep hot I charge fall almost without exception Walter Cassidy asleep In the trailer llnnite 22 Sad containing 20 I liill! Ai 19.1.1! : renpecllvely. and rcp- NWl-j. of XK'/t, 1'W': : ',.
taken the lead in organizing and into the category of aggravated were uninjured. Police arrestedthe ,u,-...." more or lt>i.... ,resent tnxen, for the )" '11"11" 19.10 to \\ ,!. of flW!/,. HK'i; -IP nfSec.
while you thicken the remaining conducting cooperative sales of I The BHBeHHment. of the ..ald property 1937.: both Inclusive, umountliig to I IB: NK'/4. K'a;'! ,,1'-1\: ,..W''
with flour-and-water paste. assault for which the maximum !- driverof the automobile and under. the Mild .-..'Irtt'ate. ... N- $171.48. of NWIJ.! NI '. of .SW. :Ntti,!

*i liquid livestock and other things raisedon penalty Is one year In prison charged him with drunken driv Mii-il watt III I the name of J.V.. Suld tux certificates together with 2L UK':', of Sec. Ill!\, I'Ili Sec
iri, Taste to be sure the gravy Is well the farm. Cooperative marketing Jacknon. all I i nilbneiillent, omitted I I or Levied ; all, exceptV ,j \\VMeu. i
seasoned. Remove the thread used or $::100 fine. ing. I'"lees xii III ....l'lIfI..ul.I chall be taxes will be sold to the highest 22; nil except .SKof : ;\ :
i ., associations have had checkered rcdi-i-med" acrordlntr to law the bidder at I thu I''',\ house door In Sec. 3.1: ; N''Uj, H\\" '4 ;:WII.
In sewing up the openings arrange careers but have done and are nropfity <1....crlbod, I therein will be Stacks on the 3lnt day of December Hi'j of Sl-m\; of :Sec il I \\' ". "r(
the quail on a large hot platter DOATDRAIN Hold) to the hIghest bidder nt the 19:17.: at 11 ::00 oVIoi-k. A. M. KK'-i.' .N'lii; of Ns \\ U
sizeable amount of busi- FLA. STATE FARMMm. I.
doing a court houm door on Iho first Mondnv I Dated life I h. lot h day of Uocember 11, of K\VU of .SL: of f
; ..' (on toast circles if wished), and :Mrn. Z. Z. OrlffU, CorrvHponilent I In' Hi e month, I of February:, 19J$, 1937.tOFFICfAL NW'i.' I S1JV4:;!: of NWl' II'
J : serve the gravy separately In a ness.Within Ilrjaii Uliltfield, Cor. which: :In the 7th day of February, SEAT.) all or HIIid, landn. belt \ i-
the past tour years the 193S. A. J. TIKlMAS, shut 7 $,.iithi' Itanu,
sauceboat. Florida State Department of Agriculture Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Green and Christmas iiiiteil 1 Ihln Ittth flay of Decotn Cleric of Circuit Court ofliradfiiid You St ie further tint iii, '1 intyou,,,
Or this extra method Party hi-r ift:37.(09'FIIiAI.! : I County, Florida. and each of >'ou are ii tilt
try special and the federal Works two children of Dover visitIng .
were ,
The Woman's Club and the Community SKAT.) 12-17-31-12-31. your appearance" In null! o i lliClerk'n
f ,! of preparing quail: Progress Administration have the bedside of their father, B. .\. .1, THOMAS) ( otriiIII Die 't'. 1 Ii, ,'.,.11''
Sunday School gave a rink of Circuit Court of '"AW I'IllLrke. llradforil .'..Ulll Mao
Joined forces to establish a system L. Green, during the Christmas Christmas party for the employeesand H'ntrol.,1, County, 1o"lul'lila. i Oil li11 NO'OK i KITO n HI.IC.%ppititiTIin i :IOM Monday l January 3, 1'I 'I I \then

: ; Quail Muffed with OjsternProceed of farmers' !state markets holidays.Ida 13-17-5t-l-H. nfter Ill.1 your nnnwpleadltiKH ether
their families Thursday eve STATE OF FLORIDA ; '
i IIM reiinlreddurree i ur.
I' II as in the foregoing which are proving very helpful to A. Chase was visiting Mr. ning in the Community building.L. .. ,O'l'lCE OF ,......... \TIO'\i '1'.. !Donald :St C I tile and' .-_ ._.__ pro confeHHO M i iHRHlnxt Ipred.
recipe to the directions for growers. Local interests-county and Mrs. Z. Z. Griffis Monday.Mr. FOil T'X I..':..1nC i i Me Hue. his wife; J. I'. Clerk : )'. C. )'ou.
; i tip O. Shecleld led a brief devotional "t>nnt<> Illll No. 1 ': preparing the stuffing. For this municipal or private-contrib- and Mrs. Dan BOI'ee and following which there was an Interesting : IS IIEKKnvfJIVKX'. That ': Kleanor: Paul. bin wife; J"H."h] 11. rtor be published oil,"- h ....k

i 1 dip oysters in melted butter, then uted land and in some cases cash children of Jacksonville were visiting O.\V. Hall I I holder) of a portion I of Tux licker and., .1. II. linker. and ___ for four, c'oiineciiilvi" j n the
i program under the direction Certificate I Xo. 269. liHii-d t".. 31',1 1 ,lllv liaker: bin wife; F. O. linker: ; Stella. Ura lfoi'd County l I 1.l|leg i t,|i''iv nowi'
,. in bread crumbs tuck them Into the State put In a small amountof relatives in this section Sat 'of Miss Beatrice Cox. Carols of, July. A. I>. 1S22 hail filed V.: Illll: : W. E.: ImvlnV.! ; il"I'II".Q paper publlKhed; ; ;In; Until, >l': Couty

y the cavities and stitch the cash and the WPA did the urday and Sunday. name In my office anti ban. made Davln; Laura, ; A. Duvl; ITloridfA.POM .
openIngs sweetly'slllfg' by the choir with application for a tax deed to buiHHited I>avft and ______. Ba\is. his wife; ': AND OltL>KllCl> l fliaill
: r / shut; then brush the birds work.In Ruth Morrell was visiting relatives Mrs. Sanford Ritch as thmron., Said i-ertlfIcate' embrace Ilriicu t.. Duvln and '--. ._ DavIs l>em In Starke. FlorlilH, th'- tot drof

; '% with butter, roll them In flour and this manner markets have in Lake Butler Sunday.Mr. accompanist .. the following described property bin, wife; Hiram I'enoyer andPenoyer u.___ I December A. 1>. I U37.
added to the enjoyment of the In the County of Bradford hiM wife; S. B. Mlmn and A. Z. AJ1KIXS.::
put them in a buttered pan, into been established at numerous and Mrs. W. E. Green and guests. Gifts placed around a State of Florida to-wlt : ._h' Ml HIM, his wife; Leon Letelller 12-3-D1-12-31 'ludla

ir a hot oven (400 degrees) until points In Florida. Generally, they daughter, Sharon and Mrs. W. A. beautiful Christmas tree were distributed North of Half North-Kant of North-went Quarter Quarter and ;: John Joseph F. Hurr V. 1'0"1.1'Vllllu"; "llanlett; If. Hubbell H.-

I they are well browned. At this are of two types auction and Brown and children Junior and to the children West Half Except North-Kant I'orter and _n_ Porter, bin wife;

'ct t point reduce the heat to 300 degrees brokers'", Management of eachIs Mildred of Orlando present.Mr. Quarter nf, $oUt h-Weet Quarter Joseph Yntes Porter Jr. and _.___. .
were visitingthe and Mrs. J. M. Moncrief and Section 14. TownKhlp 8 $oulh.Itan..e Porter, his wire; Louise Porter; fur t". "n'' S
L ( ; add a cupful of hot water in the hands of a local committee bedside of their father and their S3 Eant containing 300 :llrH.V.. Hunt harris; Annie Hollla- SEND $1 n..h. ..'
daughter Lorene were holi- ...... Little andior, Leon :M. Little .
t i t and of and of which the and 'iit-reif more or I. ter; U M
a tablespoonful butter county agent Is grandfather Saturday Sun-
1 day guests of relatives In Chatta-' The nxRedHiTient of the said property and Annie P. Little, his wife:
bake the quail an hour, basting a member. The State Marketing hoochee.Mr. under the nalil oertlfII-BIB I"tied Mary 1C. a'''ant and fir :Mary 10:. TheAtlantic

r them frequently with the liquid in Board lends much assistance. Fed day.Miss Lucile Prescott, of Lake wan In Ih.lame. of K. I>. Cowart lags. a"dVIIIIILIII; Marie Amanda lace,Fruwslaka her bus- -
and Mrs. A. A. Jordan and I Clayton.
E the pan. When they are tender eral-stile market news service is Butler was visiting Ruth Morrell I.niece. said 1 certificate shall he band: Francis, H. Leggett and __.._.- Monthly
sons Bernard and Jimmie Frank, redeemed) according to law the LeKKftt, his wife; John K. Lalllet
1' take them and make In received and federal afternoon. .
up gravy daily Inspectors Sunday the Christmas with, property deni-rlbed therein will beHold and _____ [Lalllet his wife; J. K.Duiineady. .-
; v the roaster. The quail are served are availtble. First of this Arch Prevatt who Is employedIn spent holidays to the hIghest bidder at the Ji,'. and .. __ I..", n"1 Y. ,'our<
relatives In Various points in Ala., Monday C*. Foster K.: the moM\
court house door on the first his wifeV'; ; Harry MAKE
on toast moistened with gravy. typo established at Sanford In Jacksonville spent the holidays bama. I In th. month of February.. lli.'IH: Clark and or H n Clark, ; Loiilnu. / hO ,
Savory Quail 1934 has"shown consistent and here with his family. which In the 7th diiy of February" Wolff; Manning W. nrlfTIa: Cornelia
: : the wit. the wlmlo n, II LudKeItlng D. Irlftln Indtvlilually and as Adinlnlmrntrlx -
Quail of be cooked substantial in business Mrs. Hattie Moore and Melba 1938.
gains each
may, course
Meeting in the Lodge Rooms IERalford I I Mated this 16th day of December of estate of Manning: panlonxhlp the hn that
in practically any of the waysin year. A farmers' and wholesale Prevatt, of Oviedo were visiting lliil': 7. \\'. UrIITIs deceased ; J. E Futch and for
December 27, the Masons I (OFFICIAL. BRAT.) _-__ Futch. his wife; A. A. Futch .have made the A'1'L.\-"W:;
which chicken Is cooked. One market in Miami did an estimated John Prevatt Saturday and Sun- "
Installed the following officers for. ,\. J. THOMA3!! and ---___ Futch his wife: John aeventy-flve yenr x 'iltat
favorite way Is: $4,800,000 worth of business in the I Clerk of circuit Court of Benson and u_ ___ Itenson his wife; I'lleil .
day.Mr. the ensuing" L. D. Dobbs and Uieenhaum most Hunted and m net"
year: ,, I tad ford County Florida. I H. Urvenbaum v -
Roll the
well-prepared quail In year.Improvements. and Mrs. P. B. Prevatt of Master l2-17-5t-l.lt his. wife; F. AV. Tuttle; Uenjamln -
Worshipful Whit. magazine.
I salted and peppered flour brown and advance Theressa, were visiting relativesIn ; Bryan Septlmun Urlicgs and u____
field Senior Warden; S. R. Dob. #' '''PI.U''IO'\ HrlKKH. hit wife Hubert Thomnonllenelton
I nicely In hot fat. Then pour over ments such as the Installation of this section Saturday and Sun. Junior Warden M. E. Griner von T\X: I>KKI: > and __;____ Henelton. hla 5KD 'I t.

them 1 cup of sweet cream and cold storage rooms for storing the day. son ; <)riHte Illll "o. 111.1) wife; K. !->. Howling' and Beulah M.Dowllng. (mentioning thl nil)
: of Secretary and Treasurer; W. K ?'.NOTICK: HKKKBY (1IVI-1.V.; ThatFoBter I ; his wife; 'I T Lola 3!. Lung-
one cup milk. Slice a small surplus which cannot be sold on Mr. and llrs. Ralph Gainey and to
Certificate Clark B \anhuren
Jenkins R. P. McLen.. Shi Smith holder of Tax ley; A. P. : .
onion over all, cover and simmer anyone day are being considered children were visiting Z. Z. Grit. Chaplain; No. r.2. iMBlied the 7th lay and ______ Vanburen his wife; C. TUB vn.ivri(' "ruit.r
lowly for about hour. for of don Senior Deacon; O D. Dobbs,, of AiiRtint. A. n. 19:13: ban filed H. Rivers and __.._.. Klvern Ills
an the markets. fia
many Saturday.Mrs. Junior Deacon; B. Hershfleld Sen.. name in my office and ban made wife; Sam Uosenberg, trading as 8 Arlln. iu Si..
Lizzie Lee and children I application for a tax deed to beNHiied Cach Department. Store; W. U. IlontoB.
lor Steward Bryan Drew Junioi 1 Said certificate em- burlnens The Cey-
DOCTOR ; thereon. Iteeven doing an
CANCELS BILLS An unknown trader first Mr. and Mrs. Arch Prevatt and
lona and
dencrlhed Cecil Itafuse
Steward l>nict-H the following property Company
CHIPLEY.-Cancelling bills ha brought the peanut to America In children were dinner guests. of C. ; Cason, Tyler and R,. In the County. of llradforil,

added to (17,432: was the Christmas the 18th century. Today it Is the A. Griffis Saturday. M. Markham Marshal. State of Florida to-wlt :
Cecil .ulhw..1I1 Quarter of Northeast LIFE INSURANCE CO.L. .
McRae of Mcintosh UNITED
present of Charles W. Page. major crop in Virginia where It Mrs.\ S. F. Griffis and children join. Quarter nf Section 30 Township
ed his family for Christmas Da r 7 South Range. 21 Kant con-
M. D., to his patients. He said first was planted In the United were visiting Maggie Green Sunday ] lenn.The Jacksonville Fl.i.
and taming I to Acres more or C McCABE, president ,
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J.
) some of the accounts dated back : States. aRenHment of the sail propeity -
A. Bouvier. under the said certificate 1snueil -
ten ..
I t years. Edward wan In the name' of Unknown. I Industrial Life Insurance
Tony of
Such places aa Egg Island Keene Unless H" ld certificate shall tiei

4 The best know automobile race Sandwich bay Plum Pudding I SUNNY BROOK FARM!I Jacksonville are visiting Mr. and redeemed described according therein to law will thep""r..ty be I G. L. SAPP Representative

In America Is the :500 mile Memorial Island and Roast Beef island are :\11'11. F. R. Crosby Correspondent Mrs. Claude Johns having returned the highest bidder at the ,
with Mr. and Mrs. Johns Sun court house door on the first Mon- I
Day race in the
Indianapolis located off the Orange river In day 'In the month of February, 1938, il
Mi' and Mrs. O. E. of
Crosby day from their Christmas vacation :
speedway. southern Africa. which In the 7th day of February, I
New River attended church here with relatives in Sanderson and 1938. KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME
__ Dated, this 14th day of December I
( -------------------_ last Sunday and were accompanied Jacksonville. .

_ -1 home by their daughters, Lawrence Dugger spent the past ( 10:17.OFFICIAL: SEAL) I MBS. L. C. McCABE Lady Attendant

." > Misses and A. .'. THOMAS, :. H43 -\
,, Betty Doris Crosby.The week-end with his mother In San Clerk of Circuit Court of I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. AUGUSTINE 1'

girls had spent Christmas dci'son. JlrA.lfol'Counly./ ,. Florida. I W. Church-Phone :3-133S 30 St. George I'hunt -

with their grandmother Mrs A. 12-17-51-1-14.
Mrs. Thomas of Baldwin was \

o S. Crosby. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. :I :-oo'rU"1 Foil WF T %PPI.irTIO\.: 0.:1':"

\ Rev. H. M. Tlllman filled his Pendley Thursday. 'sent... Illll "D. lu'ttXOT1CH

at .._ : IS' IIKIlKtIY: MVKN.; That I
regular appointment Corinth .
I; O, \\'. u Half. holder of Tax Certificate
Church Sunday. nOOTSEY'S BEACH N... 1652 (HHiied the 7th tiny PULP WOOD & STUMPAGEKRAFT
Mr. and nf AuKliat.' A. n. 19.13, ban filed I
Mrs. J. R. Kelley and ;. : II I
Mini.* EVils Crawford Cor name In my office and ban made
daughter Kathryn: spent Christ I application I for a tax. deed to lie i I
I issued thereon. Said certlfliate embrace '
i1 mas afternoon in Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs. B. I... Privitt and I the "lIowlllll' leH"I'lh..d property ,

GOODYEAR TIRES with Mrs. Kelly's parents Mr. and family of Miami spent the Christ. I In the County of Bradford CORPORATION OF
I State of Florida to-wjt:
Mrs. A. L.
Driggers. mas holidays here with his sister :North-went Quarter, of North-

SHELL GASOLINE & OILS Mrs. Joe Saunders and baby, of and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. I went Quarter, :Section 23. Town AMERICATIMBER
ship fl .South. RaiiKfl 22
II EXPERT REP.\ER HUHK-HIIECKEK SERVICE Valdosta Ga., and her uncle Jesse Wilbert Crawford.Mr. I I containing 40 acres more or

Newsome of Starke were visiting and Mrs., Lee Johns of Live lens.

REGISTER MOTOR CO. I Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby last Oak, spent the Christmas holidayshere I etly The under assessment the salil nf the certificate said' prop.Innued DEPARTMENT

Sunday.Mrs. with his parents Mr. and wan. said In the name of Unknown.Unlenn .
certificate shall he
Ifki4S I'HONE 103 I A. II. Johns of Starke, Mrs. Bart ley Johns. redeemed accordlnK to law the FERXANDINA FLORID

spent a while Christmas Day with Miss Sadie Gleger of Starke, nnld property: to the dmrrlned Mirhent therein bidder will at the he

MVtflE Mr.\ and Mrs. Floyd Crosby. spent the Christmas holidays here court bOuts door on the first Mon-

Miss! Nona Brown of Apopka, with Miss Effie Crawford. day In the month of February. 1938!
which In the 7th day of February
E0\ : spent Christmas here with her Robert Crawford who Is employed uaM.I .

mother Mrs. Arle Brown. I nILIMI! lhl" 18th day of DcemOFFICIAT .
I In the C.C.C. In Cheraw hoc. 1937.

j I II. P. {T. St"nlt'P South Carolina; spent his Christ. I I ( )SEAT: > For RepairiflSmith's

Mr. and Mrs.\ Marcus Conner entertained mas vacation here with his pal"enta I 'lerk,\. J. THOMAS of Circuit:I.I Court of Expert

the Corinth B. Y. P. U. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Craw I Bralrol'd 4otnty Florida.PKCIII. .

at their home Tuesday night of I I 12-17-&t-l.U.

last week with an oyster supper ford.Mr.. and Mrs. C. E. Crawford and I Mtornrt "ou n ..
liP slit-:
and fish GaragePhone
fry. son' Junior were visitors to NOTirR js iiKuKtiv I OIVT.V; that

The Intermediate B. Y P. U. Worthington. Springs Saturday I I under certain and final In decree accordancn of foreclosure with that

gave a Christmas play after which afternoon. and nnlo rendered by Hon. ij

Rev. L. A. Shepph, d, of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Butler I Sebrlng an Jud"e of the Circuit 120
tuJi "' fI..a.tor.1! f'ollnly
gave a very interesting talk. Mr. and family, ,Mrs. Cress! King I Chancery: In that certain. Florida.cause

A. J. Thomas also of Starke. and James Butler, all of Plant I I penlllIlf In IIA'hi Court wherein 1.!. Night
I A. Nalth a. VMullIator for Mrmlford Wrecker Service Day or
was present. Supper was served to City' spent their Christmas vacation -I C.ou.n5r-} Bank v corporation. U

.,__ -a-p_._ pa__ as__ -p- e_a.. fifty-tour guests here with their slater and Al. and Ethel M Blargs. Et
as O.f.ndanui, Ca.. No. IU

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81 1937
a new dignity "Aren't you being off to a place that had once existed moment she stood there, absorb 'Yes?" I'KOTKHTS RELIEF; CHECKS

Bm e Just a little bit loud ?" she asked. but was gone now forever. ing the night and the emptiness "Guilio, you've shown me how WEST PALM BEACH.- -Relief
He fell back, aghast "Loud ?" "He wouldn. want me now He of 'everything before her Then strong your love is and how proud. checks which "cannot rent a two-
"Yes. Coming into my apartment couldn't the way things happen she pulled her cloak tighter, descended You can't want me now" room hack In West Palm Beach

I RED like this" and yelling like a with me." Because I want him so the steps and started For answer he held out his arms during the season, much less buy''':
/OWE fishmonger teulUy. acrc.s.s the lawn. The darkness
to her For a long second she groceries" drew a protest from
Noblli appeared to be In danger She turned and was gone and I swallowed her up. Peter B. Cunningham, attorney.
of stood there, unable to grasp the
strangling "Get out! then Marla leaned against the' She had been walking for perhaps lie told Governor Cone and Flori
"You get out first," Anni retorted door and cried and cried. I ten minutes and l was begin- glory of what was happening.Then da's senators payments of $30 a

ABERJtniip calmly. "I have some thingsto As Annl stood at the head of the I ning to ascend the incline when suddenly, she threw off her month here and $25 to $36: In Mi-
attend to." stairs there came an excited murmur there came the sound of hoof cloak and dropped It In the road. ami constituted "economic slav-
.4 >"iHi: Annl, formerly a, lous, Maria, the way I'm acting? He wilted before her level gaze, of voices below Her ears beats paltering through the still The moonrays lighted up her hair ery" since living costs In the seasonal -
.liiiirr in a waterfront cafe In I should be hysterical now, beat. then strode to the door. "I'll give caught the sound of her own ness.! They/ sounded like the ghost. to shining bronze, brought out the resorts Increase during the

TrI "I", l Ia. In fashionable Terpnto Ing my head on the fluor, scream- you five minutes" nn me. The news of her masquerade I' ly ticking of some fur oft clock. luminous pallor of her skin. Yes'! -.--- -
at" a woman ofpnsitinn Ing at the top of voice. And "I may need six or seven. Also
posing my there Annl, Annl who loved
/ of her true Identity, hud And then, as If he had been conjured was A stork whose nest I 1:1: on a roofin
Her two weeks' adicntnre here I walk up and down as that slight matter of the bill. I
Guilio and she was dressed In the
spread as quickly as that The up out of the darkness, the village of Chotzen" near
l I" the result. of wealth though I had everything I want" have given some of my clothes to
murmur subsided as she began to there was Guilio. perched astridehis peasant deirndle she had worn the Hamburg Germany, carried waterIn
fount Armalla's drunk..n"hlnl It was funny how light she felt. the maid. The rest you may keepas descend and a silence fell among seat in the donkey cart. LookNn night of the Festa. There was An. a tin can every day from a river
She flnds. herhelf rtenprrutrly As If she'd been currying a heavy payment"Nobili ni, dressed In her wedding gown. near the village to Us brood of
In love with Gulllo, load for miles and opened his mouth,
suddenly .
Pulling her beside him, Gullio young ones.Beware
the \ttluKO postnuin, but wanting could put It down and walk with- thought better of it, turned to the up
clucked to the and
luvury."" she nets out to win out It. She whirled door and slammed out of the room. donkey they
on her toes. arm were tight about were off, "Takes him a minute to
gull, I'ul l from Ills fiancee On She wanted to dance. She would Left alone, Annl brought up a him.She looted Mm,tears make his mind. But he's all Coughs '
the wine Feata deep sigh from the bottom of her up
night of dance with Maria.
the No, Maria wasa Handing fit fir tyei, right when he started"Flis
811I11,,, propone But Gullloknnut terrible dancer She danced likea toes. Her eyes began to roam the like wet diamond gets from common colds
.\nni's secret for he debutante. She stared at her place First, the living room, then arm was tight about her.
him mid the telegram which Image In the mirror Will you Into the bedroom where her gaze ar r'ei She,; looked at him, tears standingin That Hang OnNo

riimlU huH! Kent to Madde- dance with me? You, In your love- took its fill of beauty. She hurriedto her eyes, like wet diamonds.
IPIM'H friend, the CounteBMi. It ly red dress! ? Such a wonderful red the window and her hand flew "All that 1 bring you Is this dress, matter how many medicines
I'III.nnl's l true Identity. dress to her breast The bird's nest was Guilio, and it Isn't even paid for.1 have tried for your cough chest
r \ fit for a --- fit for me. cold
$She tiles, to stop Oulllo from in tatters. Her face was sad as she ea The donkey was Jogging: along or bronchial Irritation, you can
She turned to Maria and said 4yv get relief now with CrcomuLslon.
di'liM-rlnK, It but on th" evening "It's turned to Marlu who was cautiously at a great pace. Gulllo dropped a Serious trouble may be brewing and
/ / .she I1* to lease with Kudl, really not a beautiful opening the door. r Kiss on her cheek "We won't you cannot afford to take a chance
iiiilin(; brings the nientwjre.! Herili dress at all you know. It's "The bird's nest is almost gone" bother about that. The dressmakerIs with any remedy less potent than
too red and too loud and too cheap.I she murmured. Creomulslon, which goes right to
">""*|,11011 It exposed| and Rudi i my cousin
don't like it more. It's the seat of the trouble and aids nature
turns/ from her In horror.Chapter any" yours "They build a new one every Sudden mirth burbled I between I to soothe and heal the Inflamed
Maria. I hate it. Her face "
was yea r. I I them and finally they laughed I mucous membranes anal to loosen
all contorted at she run Into the and expel the germ-laden phlegm.
"Oh: She moved to the door and '
Tn.h'eMal'I,1 great, Joyous gusts of merriment
bedroom. There was a very loud Even If other remedies have failed
Annl'a hair and somberly at Maria. Hut as though at sonic tremendous secret don't be discouraged try Creomul-
stroked aa imperious knocking at the ,? '
of tears forth. door the maid's eyes were anxious. I i s w: they shared/ impart from the Kioii.; Your druggist Is authorized to
|lhe to rent poured Signor Noblli, apoplftlcally "Where will you go, Ann!?' j II I money If you are. not
1 1so he delivered the telegram aft- red and, furious "I haven't thought" test of the WOI hI. thoroughly satisfied with the bene-

|er all. she crooned. "He waited He bustled In and glared at "What will happen to you'' And so they went on, climbing fits obtained from the very llrstI
I bottle. Creomulslon Is word-not
III! day for you to do it yourself Maria. "Where Is she'here "I don't know. I think 1'1go\ to 3 .y ? 'straight ahead, high up the road two, and It has no hyphen In It. '' I II
I tid you wouldn't. So he did Itteau.e is whatever her name Is ?" the Pines, Maria." She would like that led to the moon Ask for it plainly, see that the name '
he'thinks that's most Important Maria. cringed. "Inside Signor to see them just once more. To II I on the bottle Is Creomulsion, and 1'
to both of you. You wish THE KND. you'll get the genuine product and .
I you could hate him for It-but cry clothes Nobill. : Signorina is changing: her climb on up the, very top. high, to the clearing the reuef you want. (Adv) J

I Instead." "You're not to serve her. You'reto "The Pines ?" Maria took a the groups of people who duped Ing up at him, Anal was sure then, 1

Gradually, Anni's tears dropped stop this instant, do you understand frightened step towards her. "Oh, the lobby. It was obvious that that her heart would 'break In BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull :.
I more slowly and a great, detached ? Go back to the linen room. Annl." there was only one common topicof two If only she hud been spared lint of Caskets A I'nilertitkrr. Supplied
I calm enfolded her. Maybe she She should be serving you." "Only to look, Maria" conversation the Signorlna this last encounter with the man AMBULANCE SERVICEDAY '
I nasn't crying about anything! In "Yes Signor Nobill." "I'm afraid for you." Anne Vivaldi.At I she laved ANi) NIQIIT 1

I particular. Maybe she was Just "Well, what are you standing "You needn't be." People were the main entrance the unltormecl "Pid. I ever tell you," Guilio suld 53 PHONE 53
crying)\ about everything Crying there for?" HO wrong about that too. Taking attendant who had always 1 conversationally "that the AichI (i. II. mr.NNF.''''''. Mar, !

because she couldn't play anymore "Yes, Signor Nobill." With one one's own life wasn't the way out leaped to swing the door 01"1for I Juke of Austria once rode in this \ IimiFM.IKK: INSTITUTION-
because she couldn't have lust despairing look at the bedroom for a coward but for a great courage. her, now stood l and gaped stupidly. cart?"
Iber own way and would have to go door, Maria sidled\ into the Greater by far than hers. I Annl waited.\ Arid then Alberto I "It can't take me where I'm go- "

bDme. Yes Anni, cry, cry all over corridor, "What about Guillo?" strode toward her. As usual, Ing.' FUNERAL DIRECTOR
I your) spilt milk. Nobill shouted. "You've had Annl pretended she hadn't his face was impassive but Anni j "Wheie nee you going?"
She stood up and though tears enough time to pack your things, I heard. "And then In the morning, noticed that in the depths of his I I "To the Pines, first. Sly Slimy Years 1'"IK'rll'lI'elukl'II: : It Powlhle. for Me to Homier

I still shone In her eyes she was no Slgnorlnu Vivaldi. Now get out." there's the train back to Trieste. eyes there was a flicker of "From there we can take you EFFICIENT: PROMPT: amt COURTEOUS! SEKVIIK
(longer/ weeping "You see :Maria, The door opened slowly and An I have my ticket." friendliness He held the door to the stars'! MODERATE: PRICES!!
Irm not crying any more. There's nl stood before him, dressed In a "What about Guilio?" Maria wide 1 Annl came up close to the cart HeWITT C. JONES

nothing left to cry about." She long, enveloping cape. Strangely, asked again. "Thank you, Albeito." She I then and looked at him wonderingly Sbirke. FloridaNew
paced the room. "Isn't It ridicu even her face seemed cloaked in Ann! looked past her, away far smiled and stepped out. For a long "Guilio -."


Year Greetings From Your Friends I



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Hettor times, better luck, ; i I

better '\'(' thing that "I

3 = helps keep folks smiling j+: +'I t- I:

and happily contented, i is t

1937 : T 9 t9 }f" --"''' I ill f
1 what we have ordered for

_' bur and Mrs. Public during ill ill"A :!

NEW YEAR I t 19:58.: Here's wishing a prosperous ;II: 1

New Year'tor you and t
A "new day" dawns for the nation. the re st of us ,- !

How encouraging the future looks compared to a ,I

few years ago. Things are still on the upward trend. Happier H. C. WALL KITTIES SERVICE f i

days are in store for all of us-so keep smiling! STATION
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Buck Crawford ..
A. J. THOMAS Mgr. ili



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If we haven't already met ij,

TUNG OIL LANDS FOR SALE you, then we are looking IF GOOD WISHES:: \Ve 'thank you for your ,:;

forward to making! your! ac loyal patronage during the : '
quaintance during 1938.> May[ it be a history-mak I t''
pant t year and wish for you ,II

Tung oil lands: for development Come:: in and let's be ing year for you from the could make. your hopes for and yours a Very Happy Iii

Tung Groves now in production friends. standpoint of good finances, 19: 8 become realities, I'd New Year. ''I III!!

Productive plantations. good health, and good luck. be wishing for you twenty- i il;!

We're sincerely hoping every soul in this community get a MR. AND MRS. ''I ill
four hours a day '
better "break" in 1938. '


STORE KOZY KORNER S. E. Sparks, Prop. I'I'

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I BRIEF It\ IEV-OF BRADFORD Ing a chorus of nIne voices sang Jackson Day Dinner o'clock -tf talnment! has been arranged
Bradford dinyre1rajth COUNTY'S!I HAPPENINGS one of the: old hymns, "Are You H. V. Knight, chairman for the Mrs N. D. Wainwright for by
\I Washed In the Blood." The annual Jackson :Day Dinner, dinner in Bradford County, has Mrs. E. L. Matthews jt? Tor
Established 1877 i (Continued from Page One) the Democratic Na- Ticket
The first service In the new year arranged for a fifteen minute the dinner wlirbe
|I tory 821, and at 2:30: o'clock In promise to be!, .Inspiring and interestlng.8O tional Committee will be held In speech by L. F. Chapman, .superIntendent and the proceeds will one foreard
L'' Published Weekly on- Fridays and Entered as Second Class the afternoon a parent-teacher association : you.ylll not want to the auditorium' the Woman's of the state'prison farmat ed to the national i

:Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida I Is organized and in Its miss. It.Executive. Club Building Saturday night of Raiford and skit,' ''musical apply on the Democratic committee to(
meeting on the name day the -. next week beginning at eight numbers, dances and other, enter debt, Party

j K.; L. Matthews. _________Editor and Owner I cuts board teachers adopts and a salary bus drivers plan that approximately Board To Meet

I twenty percent.The The executive board of the
SUBSCRIPTION RATE first bale of cotton was
Woman's Club will meet Thursday -
I ginned Labor Day by the Coop- afternoon Jan. 6, at 3:30:
Yearly, $1.50; Six :Months 7:>Payable in Advance erative Association for S. R. Johns. o'clock In the club auditorium. 1

14 Advertising Hates on Application The completed audit of the .
school board's books is receivedand
filed. Presbyterian Church.

\VF/KE HEADY TO TACKLE 1938: Fifty-one voters re-elect the unopposed Dr. Robert Caldwell pastor, will

Bradford\ County has every reason to enter upon the city officials Tuesday the speak Sunday morning at eleven 1

new year, 1938, in the spirit of optimism. Our merchants, 14th. o'clock "on "The Parable of the r 1
Disastrous and unseavonal< rains Rich." The Christian Endeavor 1 YES L'i'lA

{ without exception, report the best Christmas trade in yearsan cut Bradford's Sea Island cotton will meet,at 5:30: o'doc-; In the afternoon

encouraging contrast to the blue notes sounded recently crop twenty percent during the _
middle of the month.A .
i from the industrial centers in the North, with their labor and scout troop backed by the '

stock market troubles. Volume of business at the postoffice Rotary Club and the American Le- Episcopal Services

i in Starke has increased until it is definitely assured: of becom- gion is organized under the leader- St. Mark's Episcopal church, be- \

in ship of Elmo Struth. ginning 2, will have morn-
ing a second class office next July. This will place Starke January
It'r ',iI line for the new government building that Congressman strike halted W. P. A. road j Sunday ing prayer at! 11:00 and: o'clock sermon Litanywill every

.i I! Green has already been trying to secure for us. In additionto work for a few hours Wednesdaythe be held every Friday night at .

this prospective building, we have also been promised a 13th. Workers struck to pro- 7:30:: and church school at 10:00.: ;' I II

i mi;< central farmers market and a large elementary school build- I I test from the employment outside of W.of P.timekeepers A, ranks.- I Galley This week will have the Rev.the Friday Leonard night C. 'I ". -=F '-r ATLAS ,

ing. Land transactiuns are the most active in years, with The outsiders stayed in und the service and the Sunday morning .IIIES

lumber interests: paper mills and tung oil developments workers went back to work. service 'x.
The discontinued Chamber of _
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i vying for large acreages in this county. A new industry, in

I i the form of a tung oil crushing plant, is promised: for county Commerce wide wus membership.revived with M. B.a Countu Will{ Hire When You Want to Stop, Alas( Stops You

JJrooker. There is: every reason to hope that money will con- 'Herlong is the new chairman, J. Part of the business to be trans-

tinue to be made from strawberries, cotton, tobacco, and a E. Wilson secretary. acted by county commissioners at When you Jam on the brakes, do your .And ATLAS tires are so easy to buy.
Ye Ole TELEGRAPH Is sixty their tires HOLD? When We is at stake, The is
regular meeting here Monday can price not high-the payments
variety of truck crops next year as it has been made in the years young this month and not are
will be to employ a county attorney you depend on a sure, sudden straight- small.
only do the customers get a dou- line ?
past. and county physician for stop
ble sized paper but everybody gets I 1938. Guaranteed t in writing by Standard Oil
Taking it all together, we believe that Bradford Countyhas a free street dance and string .The contact between tire and road Is Company (Ky.).

things pretty well lined up for 1938 and we're ready for band concert on the week of the XVI( I K ".' *IM'I.II'TIIIPOII the big thing. If a worn rubber surface '

the young gentleman to make his appearance tomorrow. The 30th. The dance (held on Satur- (M<-nule'i'I Hill> ';>t-:.R.. Ill'l/ meets the road, the result is-slip, slide.ew t you cono in-Just to look this
day night) attracts the largest :XHTH'19';, ( IS IIKKKMYUIVKN': ::, That skid-danger, accident injury. beautiful, safe. silent: tire-just to learnt I
,, way we feel now Bradford can go all the way 'round the calendar crowd ever assembled here at onetime "'. II. Ituriell., holder, of Tux 1',,iIll'U'ate how, .economical. ..11.3 i to be safe?

with him and when we pass this way again all of us: In the history of the county. AIIWUHI., .No..\., M.t I. Itli I iKMiipd., has t III.filed aryl Maine day of In ePut those deep lugs of ATLAS live rubber "

NO'VF.MIICIl: mv office and has made aipllcatli| beneath your car on the road-and
wiser and wealthier.
shall- be happier we hope, j'
for u tae 11 red to be Hiieil l ihni ,
..., The Supreme Court declared the, Raid cepllfIrate, t, i enibraceH,: : the I "'rnI-I:; I STOP short when you have to. ; 4'laa battcrlss, bto have every dlsr-! I
Murphy Tux Auction Law constitutional 'louinir' niwflbed" .property In lho' u.Wtf quality iiuat; in-ut reasonable
ARE YOU SUPERSTITIOUS OR JUST I.AZY? but the county commis- Coiinlv Ida, to-,,of-lt:Llradfoid, Stale; of 'h".1|' There is no argument in favor
sioners still ordered the clerk to North.\t. Quarter of Sonth-: I dead rubber on tires. It is poor gasoline/ J1lgh.raflnc I

,l We often wonder whether some of us!' are sincerely superstitious receive no applications for sales. of w'at:N'oith-KiiNt Qllurtpp: IIn.I Quart of.,r South of HoiithWeBt Half- r economy because spinning tires f 1 gasoline :;; 7'"'Super-powe i

or whether we are only conveniently superstitious. The Empire Lumber Co., of Jacksonville TownuMp,q""Suvi-n,'"" South Mvll.ill,'/ ItiinxeNineteen : "11"" | needlessly. You want good tracoi.!! ; j t i
brought a writ of alternative East; avoiding strains. spins and lost jjotss'-) .'
t For instance, do we actually believe it is bad luck to start mandamus against the county r pi", mine *.p ctiiitulninK I 1..HB. to"xty V,

anything on Friday, or simply want to have an excuse to'' The iefiinieiit of the ureld property | '""""-e-. ,_ ,..."..."' ....:. .
he Cightenth and forced it to receive under the sold cfrliritaic I.-i l I -
put it off until Saturday ? I I applications and conduct I I )xneilVH,s -in the name, of IL: VBt'11turrllee At I, r." '

In many of our superstitions: we are not far ahead of the ales. I i red t'uless....med'ute.l raid, ccrilfliate, .. fhalt lupropePty .
A tung crushing plant in being II\ I. law, I Ihu I
natives of Jamaica who believe! that pumpkin seed should be I erected! at LirooUer: ut a cost of ; : 1.1, th.darrlaed l IllR-lieBt; theieln Lidd.r.al: : :' will, thn J bi"Milt : H. H. Houston, Service Station O. L. Beasley Service Station

in the morning before eating drinking and $10000. court liniiHD. duor on I Ihu oral' Monln -
planted early or
; \ month I i :)8, M.\IH:>ON AM: WALNUT STKEETS: ''TEMPLi\\O: CALL MrUEF.TS:
that the one planting the seed should then sit quietly for an I Work was begun on the ,15th: whl';>..lh'I'I' 'i tlu.I 7th. :fur .T'Fii'; ; :; I ,

upon: the Job of rebuilding and 10'18.Dated! ; ; HM[. .. ',
Y hour with a stone upon his head. Is this superstition or just widening Road 13 from north 107.OFF'ICIlL! : 21th. day of D cembtp ---

; a clever disguise for plain old laziness? We are willing to Starke to the Lawtey cut-off four ( SHAI: ) '
i A. .J. THOMAS' : I.
bet any reasonable amount that the stone they use isn't heavy I and one-half miles noith of here. I del, k or C Clicuit'. C Court of
I Work costing 49837.30 is expected Hfiidford County, Florida. FREE DELIVERY
lN'' enough to cause bodily discomfort while sitting in the shade to take four weeks for comple- '12-31-Gt-1-2 s. R. Johns
of a banana palm. %OTIC'KN'otloo :
tion.The I In. hereby given that I. Mm.Triilm \ PHONE
postoffice department took ,
o flail a ". B" gus' rd fag of to(In
an unemployment census duringthe frown and Shi llrown, mlnnm, will.
PEACE ON E\HTH-A LONG; AS WE'RE BROKE on the 2'ith day of j
January A. TI.
week of the 15th; the government I'm. apply1: to th.. Ifonoralile, ; K.: K.INi i

; It is sad but true that the beautiful "Peace on earth, found out how many people I ::;! i'y'oiintv mini,' (_,',,Florida Ii fIY' Judge, fur';; authority of Itratlfnrd ; '- I L 45
3 were supposed to be out of work. & Son
"II MI private Halo the undivided
good-will toward men" did not ring quite as true, nor could Full stomachs were reported on I 1'0"-'..., 'In 'IntcrcFt and to the of following i>,,ch of paid.de- S :

be spoken as convincingly, this Christmas as it has in the Thanksgiving, and left-overs were ,,'rll..d luoperty to-\vlt: NK'$ TilE U L DEPOT
T.om II, I', II, ,
enjoyed for the rest of the weekif A K, tend Lot S I
past. How could it be when no one knows whether days, lilock! J IS, lass 20 feet lying .
( anyone was hungry during the IUTOH* south wide' of I.nt a: .
weeks or months will pass before the world will be involvedIn refit of the week.) flock 13 according to plat ofSIIIIPHIMI __ __ __ __ n __
City, Klnrldn, In TonMill -
another great war? U.c.ln.:1tCity : \) 7 H.. I It 21 K II'"tMIIS.

9 The up-to-the-minute technique seems to be to invade Councilman raised salaries : TUL'BA: }lOOO:E I MATCHES Boxes lOc R

of city employees in their meeting 12-31.4t-l.21. ltunldlan- j' (
{ a country, kill soldiers and civilians and devastate and capture JELLOPkg. 5e
Tuesday night the seventh In- I
its cities-but not to declare war. The perfect exampleof SOTHK OP M ,l.i OK T.' \: .
cluding their own. .
f "111'1 'If' ITKNN'OTlfP : .
this is provided by the Sino-Japanese conflict. Neither The new elementary school :! Irt HI.aUII.111':0.. :.: that -
W. ir. Farrell linn filed with ,me I
country has broken off diplomatic relations with the other. building is now assured and the written request that the tax rertlfloaten -
RICE 5 Lbse 16c
toother with all mibpefinentomitted MEAiOUND
site has been maiked., Bradford's
China is represented in Tokio and Japan in Nanking. In I other favorite project the Far Slate he or fidvert levied Ixed tax und,, held old by to the the I 10 Lbs. 19c

theory there is no war. In actual fact, however, one of the i mers' Market has also received l.y highest Ito.,.,bidder.. Mill 396 for rash of the au.1K37 provided Mc-tn

; most bloody conflicts in history is being waged. definite approval and work will of the IjeKtHlature, upon the following -
deHcrlhed real In BANANAS Lbs. ISc
begin soon. estate the 5
Another up-to-the-minute technique is for a country to I'ountV. of Bradford State of Florida RELISH 19cNO.
The first auction sale under the to-wit I
pay lip service to peace and at the same time take steps that .VWi, of swv, & 814 of NE-,4
Bill held here Saturday
Murphy was .
of SW', 1, Tp. 7 South,
must inevitably lead to war. The two principal Fascist dic- the 11th. The amount of more flange or IS lenii.Jot"i'n. : 60 acres, ,2 CANs-8TANDARD PACK ); L89 IRISH

tatorships, Germany and Italy, and their ally, Japan, are past taxes due was $379.79 the The tax.* to be sold. are evidenced. )
amount the county netted was $3. l hv i-ertlflrnte S.,. 17 of uaa, and TOMATOES Can 6c POTATOES 14e
masters of this. Japan invades China and claims she is do- represent laxen. fop the year", 1''I2
Starke bad a great Christmasthis to 19:17: lioth Inclusive, amounting
ing it in the interest of peace. Italy conquers Ethiopiainthe year-with merchants reportIng to f 1211 "HU.:
nld 11.tltl."t.' together with
interest of peace Germany reoccupies the Ruhr and one cf the busiest seasons in all subsequent| omitted. or Levied NICE FAT MAXWELL HOUSE
their flit* will lie. fold to the highest.
threatens her neighbors again-with the battle cry of peace history. bidder. at the foiirthoiiHe door In HENS Lb. COFFEE Lb. 28eWE
All of which just about bringsus Htarke on the 14th. day of January
The deadline draws nearer. Whether a major war will il'lS.: nt lUll o'l-lork A. :M.
date so-oh
to there
up yes Dated this the 291 h, day of December -
occur is: dependent on certain concrete things. Japan is winDing something else. The persons employed I'ii7.tOr'FlflAU! : .

in China, but she is ruining herself economically in the in Alvarez' Store after A. J.!'THOMAS 1 AI.) ,HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF PRODUCE i iCHt'CK
cranking the cash register for f'lcrk. of Circuit fnnrt of
process Germany lacks the economic resources essential to Bradford County, Florida.
seventeen years, found that it ran 12-31-31-1-14.
a long war. Franco is steadily gaining( in Spain, but he has by electricity! PILLSBURY:
!'\OTIf OF "'L": OF TAX:
;' a long way to go, and his economic position is precarious ; n-'HTiFir vnow: STEAK Lb. 12e
FLOUR 20-lbs.
1 the insurgent movement, according to all commentators, Fine Rotary MeetingMore Sidney Fl. Dodd haM filed With ma
written requext that the tax certlflcnteH ,
would collapse in a week if something happened to cause with than twenty members of together with all
the Gainesville Rotary Club at- qiu nt omitted or levied ta.....
drawal of German-Italian support. The financial weaknesses tended the heren hv the State he ndvertlned. and ..uba"-I ROUND STEAK Lb. 11c
regular meeting
the highest bidder for rash"
f of the Fascist powers is the biggest.element in maintaining a body Wednesday and had vided l.y. iroune Hill 316 of f STEW Lb. lOc
of the T.enriMlattire, the
nets upon
z today's troubled world peace. charge of the entertainment pro- following deHcrlhed. real. estate In SWIFT'S JEWEL .
gram. The luncheon was presidedover the County of Bradford, State of
; If we were cynical we might say: "Peace on Earth. Florida, to-wlt:
by Garland: Powell. A short It 2-6 A In SR: 'or of OR!:<4 of LARD 2 Lbse 20c FLORIDA PEANUT
good-will toward men-as long as wet do not have money talk by Ballard Simmons head of NW., a. 1810 I Ft of N120Ft
of NKV, of tWit, 4.58 A. Section
enough to fight." the P, K. Young School in Gainesville i
13 8 S. R. 23 E, contalnlnic -
a response by W. P. Smith, I I U.A 'r ;'. more, or lean. BOILING SEED Bu' $1.25
o I The taxed to he Hold are evidencedhy
vice-president of the Starke club, .
I certificate No. 1608 of 1833 reKpertlvelv -
RESOLVE TO INVEST CAREFULLY NEXT YEAR and two !songs by Guy Hamiltonwere and represent taxes. fur BACON Lb. IOe
1 features of the the yearn 1932 to 19 37. both Incltiiilve ALSO NORTH CAROLINA PEANUT SEED
program. ,
amounting to $115.41.!
If prospects for the next year are good-as we have ood spirit and fellowship prevailed Said tax certificate. together with

tried to prove in a foregoing editorial-it is all the more throughout the meeting, and all taxes mihNertuent'will he Hold omitted to the or highest Levied TUXEDO FEEDS
members'!! of each! club made I bidder al the ('..urlho"..e door In
the small investor and the many
reason why public should
generally Starke on the 7th day. of January AT LOW COST
t new friends to help them remember 19111: at 11:00 o'clock A. M. QUALITY
the of blind
fully appreciate dangers
speculation. Lessons of the day. Dated this the 17th day of December. -
Line Of Feeds For All Purposes
the late twenties must not be forgotten. An orgy of speculation ( 1987.fFFICTAL .SEAL!: ) We Have a Complete

j and artificial A. J 110.\1 AS' ,
I prosperity is inevitably followed by aperiod Mission HallThe Clerk of Circuit Court of

of deflation and severe depression..Everyone suffers, 12-24-31.: Bradford. County, Florida. ClSCY NILFWN a'TOOMlR!:

but much the individual with last service of the year was I|
none so as limited resources.It MAsH $2.45 FERTILIZERS Ask US
held Tuesday night with a good OLD MATTRESSES: MADE '
is true that certain fact-finding and
regulatory legislation I
attendance. The
study was onj!i NEW RegardlM of condition FOR ALL PURPOSES..
has been of great benefit to the investing public in its "The Passover" and it was of New Mattresses Made to order I WItEAT & CORN

dealings with Wall Street. But there are no laws to prevent great interest to everyone pres- ,, Let us convert your old mattress I T PERCENT c. S.
ent since It dealt with both the'' Into new type inner spring!
buyers from speculating on a hit and miss basis if wish I'' i SCRATCH $2.15
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