Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1938
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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oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02627
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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W. P. Smith, newly' appointed f Frank Landrum wan renamedr The first of 1938 unofficially rally,

::11 ember of the Bradford County -unty attorney and county prosecuting opens heavler-thnn-u-nial! off-year ;, new

chool board, sat with the boardor attorney at the first meet- campaigning In Florida. ;.Ii

:;. the first time Monday In Its ing of the county commissioners During the year Florida voters Ji [many'great ;

Mr. for he New Year held at the courthouse will select United ,Y ( .. .(
))1\;\ egrular monthly meeting. Ili, >ra + --- -- a States senator W
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.:.! Smith, owner of the Starke Stave ... tM here Monday. Dr. W. B. three Supreme Court justices and'J'J i?' ))''greatbklln.as
.. ',I; itlll, was appointed by Governor M r ,r- :i .,. .4.. Parks was employed as county other officials. $, {: I

ne'following' the resignation ofVJfcC. .......... .. ....).Ott. _- I ......... r '; 44s.1 physician and! Ernest Byrd was re- E. S. MATTHEWSFOR The Democrats and Republican $ !IeI' .

Manning. He will repre- ....., ,. ..., \employed as Janitor. REELECTIONRECORD primaries this year will be a month v'.1; ;

: The following business was dis-j transuded by the board\ : OF SERVICETO of the first week of June. '
Pictured above (is the Interesting scene at the court house as Clerk of the Court A. J. Thomas auc- :Miss Gertrude Hcerlng, District RAIL BOARD IS This change, made by a 1937 law, :'] \'n our ? '
''osed'of: .tioned off 23,401 acres of Empire Lumber Co. lands In this county under terms of the Murphy Bill. J.. E. will Intensify actlvt- ,|j
of the State Welfare REVIEWEDE. preliminary PnV::
Mr; Lubedla. Johns was given Bartlett, of Florida Lands, Inc., was high bidder on 22,928 acres. The county netted more than $20,000 from Supervisor! ties In the contested races. i
Db of transporting children to, the sale. Sitting on steps to the right of Mr. Thomas are M. F. Brown, attorney for Mr. Bartlett, and T. Board was present and discussedthe S. Matthews of Starke. senIor Our .
'anderbUt. school, at $5.00: per I F. Landrum, county attorney. To the left of Mr. Thomas is an attorney for the Empire Lumber Co. activities of the State Board In member of the Florida Railroad liners Are Listed -J rn Irest- ,
Farther down the steps (under the hat) R. A. Green interested this County. 1
nonth. This corrects the minutes I If big Congressman was an spectator. Commission, made public an- State-wide races are being made us aj
December 6. 1937. ,r 4. Application was received from I nouncement this week that he Is a for the seat In the United Statw.. j, Dally ;k
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... Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Manus for assistance -
Senate Claude
now occupied by
Frank Norman was instructed candidate for re-election, and will I,I. t nake
E. A. MCDOWELLDIES LANIRUMFOR and they were placed Pepper of Tallahassee who seeks i,
i b follow th old rou e by B. S. BRING i I run in Group I, r-41/ .
Roll at
upon Pauper per a full six-year term; for places on "
:Uward'a to be same e'erbog.
place. Salary SUNDAYWAS LEGISLATURELOCAL month. Mr. Matthews has an unusually the State Railroad Commission j I
s was originally paid for this part strong background of public service ,t '
Application was received from now held by Chairman Jerry W. '' .!' ityletters ,
f, the Route. FOUNDER OF JOHNS- STARKE ATTORNEY FIRST TO mostly In unremunerative po- JI''
Ossie Prevatt for treatment In the Carter and Eugene S. Matthews; .
E. Lewis andeconded TOWN MISSION ANNOUNCE IN COUNTY sitions membership on the Rail- some
It was moved by J. ;
State Tuberculosis Sanitarium at and for three seats on the Supreme
J. H. Moore ,. to CHURCHThe RACES road Commission being the only a
by give MORE BUSINESSTwenty I Orlando at the County and State Court now held by Chief JusticeW. 1 r
salaried office he has held. pu-
the- -
ohns and Wainwright renewI '
Rev. E. A. McDowell. 79 for Firing the opening gun In coun expense, same was approved and H. Ellis and Justices Rivers yg'oodInes.. u
I of Policy of Lawtey School and of South the Clerk was Instructed to secure In addition to membership on H. Buford and Roy H. Chapman. .
a pastor
tte binder on the new building In many years churches, died at ty politics for the Democratic pri- the necessary application the Board of Aldermen of Starke, Ellis announced he would retire .,<: J r.
-, larke when same is begun. Carolina Baptist Percent IncreaseIn mary In May, T. Frank Landrum, forms to and long terms of service on both '
his home near Johnstown in Union place the cane! before the after the primary. :j j r
It moved E. J. Lewis and Starke attorney, announced yesterday town and county boards of bond i
was by Sunday, after a month's I State Tuberculosis Board : Pepper will complete the unex- .
i county Guests
j pconded by W. P. Smith to buy I I illness. Mr. McDowell, who organ- Say I that he will be a candidatefor The Pauper allowance of Mrs. trustees, he was a member of the pired term of the late Senator *.$

i tad for Bradford High School as ized the Johnstown Mission Church Hotel Men representative to the state leg- Beulah Edwards was discontinued House of Representatives from Duncan U. Fletcher to which he leral

I >Ilows: over which he presided until death, islature from Bradford County. His because she Is now receiving Old Bradford County In four terms of was elected. Justice Chapman la l

1 All of Blocks E, F, H. and I In was pastor of the Lake Butler Starke Is enjoying one of its best formal he announcement said. will follow Age Assistance from the Stale the State Legislature and was serving out the term of the late j i arge

|lslngs Addition to Starke. Baptist church for a number of seasons of tourist trade. Such is soon -, Welfare Board. elected Speaker of the House In Justice Fred H. Davis to which he i j frrepa
Since moving here from Citrus Lizzie Smith having died, her 1907 without opposition. was appointed. '
I On motion of W. P. Smith, sec- years, living there until several the case throughout the states and r.
hded Lewis the months County several years ago, Mr. name was! stricken from the Pau- Always on the side of constructive Each of the five congressional \
E. J.
I by Super. ago. motorists from all parts of the
to Landrum has been twice elected per Roll at $2.50 per month and legislation, he was Intimately districts will have races for seats I!$
I itendent was run anI
Mr. and Mrs. McDowell! first United Stales and foreign coun- mes
i the Edi- Mayor of Starke and Is now servIng Mrs. Hester Sapp was allowed! associated with some of the mostmportant In the national House of RePresentativee j
I Jvertlaement in Sunday came to Florida in 1921 and were tries swarm the highways. 1 din!
Tribune and his second terra in this office. $5.00 per month.A measures to be enacted The present congressmen J
i on of the Tampa several
residents of Eustis for
lorlda Times Union for a'500 to Owners of two local hotels com- He served one term; as city attorney letter was received from the Into law during his membership of from Florida are J. Hardln f
to Lake But-
.; used years before coming mented favorably yesterday on the and at the presept time Is just Works Progress Administration the House of Representative! Peterson of Lakeland, First Dle"J"J
OOO gallon capacity new or ler. He was a former newspaper mes
here ,
traffic through during
his second
I beginning term aa coun '" trict: R. A. Green of Starke, ,
ater tank"for School.i 'Legislative llecord '
i Hampton '
publisher and also editor of several weeks. I ; t'pprolav.-
: ty attorney. (Continued Page Eight) ond District; Millard\ Caldwell of ,:
i was agreed to pay Janitors Carolina papers. He was an the First among these outstanding
Arthur Williams owner Milton, Third District; J Mark
>it one week's work during Christ- active church leader until time of services his work
Ii was as a
more mem- -
Magnolia Hotel, and for than WITH HIS HAND ON THE THROTTLEFOR Wilcox of West! Palm Beach. ]!
1lUI.i his Illness ber of the select committee which r
observer of
i' twelve years a close Fourth District; and Joe Hen r
i; Oliver Brown was before the j I Mr. McDowell is survived by his Northern trade to Starke and other THE LAST TIME-FRIDAY handled what Is known as the dricks of DeLand, Fifth District. ",

: bard to obtain permission to widow, Eva Scott McDowell three points In the State, said: "I am Buckman Bill session of 1905.: Wilcox: did not seek reelectionbut .

i tr his boy in the Primary en-I sons and two daughters; E. A. Mc- very proud of my winter tourist Under the terms of this measureour announced he would oppose VII-

lent of Bradford County Dowell, Jr., Southern Baptist Sem- trade as compared with that of system of higher education Pepper for the senatorshIp. 'glalate

; chool!, he being six years old I inary of Louisville, Ky.; John Aus- last year. My business has In- 1-li was provided for, and the development In the counties, ,al! 95: seats In '

anuary 14, 1938. Permission was : tin McDowell, Nashville, Tenn.: creased fully twenty percent." ii of the University of Florida the Florida House of Representatives -

,, fart .s. the board takes the altitude Archie McDowell, a student at Col. D. E. Knight, owner of the and the Florida State College for must be filled Half of the
'!+that; children should enter I Furman University, Greenville, S. Starke Hotel said: Women Is due to the foresight of State senatorial terms expire and wo-

1\eglnnlng of.the term, the I C.; Mrs. O. J. Griffis, Eustis, and the men who fought this! measure must be filled. There are 38 lIen ing ron
tats balding that the age at Sep- Mrs C. V. Bishop, of Danville, Va., "My business Is some better than through the legislature at that tors.

i'flmberjh.' should! be the school age Also one brother and four sisters that of last year. I believe safelya time. Alan County Content.
i reW'A
,,s!>iiU t.-.al year. survive. twenty percent Increase. 11 Another outstanding achieve- Also there will be scattered

.. (f fit wag moved by E. J. Lewis and Funeral services were held in Filling stations and other places, ment was accomplished as a mem- county contests to fill out unex- the \

; olf er ondt<
:'r'tOy.T mllnson an additional $5.00 DeWltt C. Jones funeral home of report a decided Increase in Committee of the House of Representatives resigned since the last general ''lit.

;.1r i .month for the balance of the Starke In charge. transit trade. In the session of 1923.It election. J alan-
'f..,.. .--. .......... ---- Road No. 13 from Jacksonville was In this session tnat pro The Republican Party may have .
!, .. to Gainesville is taxed to capacity vision was made for our present its primary along with the polit-

Top Notchers At LibraryThe with traffic, mostly bearing out-of- I comprehensive system of paved ically dominant Democrats The .

T4 E. DUNCAN public library now has the state license plates. A constant highways. Mr. Matthews was not Legislature made this possible i f f

first six books listed in the "who'swho" flow of out of state traffic, steam' only a member of the standing again In 1938 by relaxing:: the f fState's !

.'', ANNOUNCES of the literary world, "What Ing southwardly has been noted at committee on roads und highways, ; restriction so that a party ')r.
1 :r the intersection of Call street and but due to his great Interest In ,
ESVILLE MAN TO BE American Is Reading Today, pub- I may nominate by primary If Us
ciA IDATE> FOR STATE'S lished by the New York Herald- the Gainesville highway. .f{i 1 1r good roads was selected< as a memo candidates In.' either of the two ty

II ATTORNEY Tribune. This list Is made up of One'.of the moat unique trailer- ber of the Conference Committee preceding general elections polled ck

the eighteen leading best sellers of house cars passing through Starke, + a which whipped Into shape the preferential as much us fifteen per cert of the

T !.Duncan, well-known young the week and the library besides came down early Tuesday. It hous- road system bill and! soured total State vote.Heretofore ,;4

} |lain ville attorney, was In Starke having the "big six" also has two ed O. E Trait, special writer for : its passage through the the party had to th

Vadnieday afternoon at which more that are further down the the Ontario, Canada, Intelligencer, House and Senate. The provisionf have thirty per cent of the vote

Ia dme r fie announced to friends here list. These popular books are large Canadian daily newspaper. M > this bill became the chart and to maintain Its official standing.The of

r1 is candidacy for office of state's "The Cidatel" by A. J. Cronin, The writer had special quarters compass of the State Road Department successive Roosevelt land-
Judicial Kenneth and all modern conveniences that v and have guided this De- slides the -
{ In the Eighth "Northwest PassAge" by pushed Republican PartyIn
lqknre, comprising Bradford, Un- Roberts, "The Turning Wheel," by go with a well-equipped house-on- partment In the construction of a Florida below this minimum

,. ? '|l ioiC'AIachua; Levy Gllchrlst, and Stuart Cloete, "Enchanter's Nightshade wheels. Mr. Trait will write and system of good roads second to However, the solidly Democratic 'I

baker counties. This position Is ," by Ann Bridge, "And So- report by- wire and mall special I none in the United States Legislature, voted the neceesat Y
how" held by J. C. Adklns of Victoria," by Vaughn Wilkms, Features for his paper "back Lots of folks around here think railroading In Rlcnmond. Va. and Appointed Ky Il-irdee amendments to the law to preservethe

l I paJnesville.. "The Nutmeg Tree," by Marjery home." of Peggy as being almost human. his first job In the cab was as In recognition of his distlngulsh- Republican Party and the double -

@tIwtr. Duncan Is a native of Lake Sharp and "Victoria Four-thirty," Chief of Police A. L. Alvarez The nickname of this faithful old fireman on the Norfolk & Western ?tI services as a member of the leg. primary, one for each of the

uBler and the son of the late L. by Cecil Roberts. Two other books and night policeman Benny Sapp :raln running between Starke and It was during this time that he (Continued on Page 7)) two major parties.

fkf and Mrs Rosa Duncan He at- worthy of notice were annexed to both spoke of the additional traffic Hell Is so familiar, her early morn- had his narrowest escape from -- Only the names of regularly
** tendfed the library this week, "The De- thai comes through Starke day whistle nominated candidates of these two
(< : living in Gainesville for cameron' by Boccoccio and "One and night. afternoon screeches of brakes so twelve years of piloting Peggy parties> may be printed on the general -
Life One Kopeck" by Walter Du- General business Increases noticeably JACKSON DINNER election< ballot In this State.
fth vpa8t twelve years where he is accustomed that many a locnr seem comparatively ailventureless.
(Junior member of the law firm, ranly. each year with the arrivalof : head-of-the-house is apt to think A boiler. -neglected too long--went SATURDAY The first primary May 3 I will be

\ ''Jtelding: St Duncan. He has been the Northern trade, and has this of Peggy as another member of dry, exploded and threw him doz- followed by a second or run-off

prosecuting attorney for Alachua Prison Smells GoodAn year surpassed the fondest ex- I the family. ens of feet against a. telegraphpole. H. V. KNIGHT, CHAIRMAN- primary May 24 in all cases whereone
candidate falls to receive
\ | aunty for the past two years, and unusual compliment was pectations of many.Homestead I But despite her fame in song Big lumps of heavy, black EXPECTS LARGE majority vote in each race. The a
Nttirman of the Alachua County coal rained about him covering CROWD
paid to the State Prison Farm i and story Peggy Isn't human. two top candidates go Into the run
If | -feemocratlc Executive Committee This: was settled last the young fireman BO deeply that
r near here by a blind evangelist Exemptions I definitely The Jackson Day dinner to be

lr'f; i Le; ; past three years. who visited there recently. He for homestead exemption Friday afternoon. No. If Peggy fellow trainmen had to dighim held here tomorrow night will be off.The general election In 19C8:: will : _
Applications out with shovels. This left
Mrizjuncaa said he will make a stated that it was the finest prison from taxes must be made had had a drop of warm blood mishap one of many similar affairs being be November 8.

f ry ip5M>I'y;' etlve campaign and baa al- In the United States and, when filed with the tax88sessot' circulating In her ,pumps, or any- him In the hospital for weeks anda 'held In Florida and other states ----..-.-- --
and county
out jagged scar on his forehead reran -
started the disk could tell exclaimed thing but a heart of cold steel she
canvassing asked how he I throughout the nation. H. V. Deadline
not later than April 1, It Tag Nears
Ins to tell Us part of the story
+ would have shown trace of
Iatv' : "Why I know by the smell. If some : Knight county chairman for the
from E. W.
k w -- clean it Is good.If was learned yesterday i emotion, some slight hesitation, or today event attendance The deadline for obtaining Rute- A
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Mrs Griff Wins it has odors-well, it Is bad." Hayes:) tax assessor for Bradford 'perhaps an audible sigh would Mr. Redgrave married In April 'at the Woman s Club at eight mobile license plates J.sJarlpl'I'Y- ,./
County. Blanks may be obtainedat 15: C. A, tax collecto .tor
-r- -- have Issued from her firebox as 1603 and has four children, all o'clock, when the dinner! takes {
r-rI aMt"4 p R A. Orlffla of Starke, his office In the court house at A. W. Redgrave brought her In for grown now. He and his family place. Bradford County, said ),{otay.\ ,

Brat prize In the Telegraph's Gas Consumption Up any time. his 4OoOth-and last-time. moved here from Tampa where he "Unless, of course, the governor
'' used around Homestead exemption applies to been President Roosevelt will speak extends the time," ho said. The
ir M'plctnre( review contest an- Bradford County I For Friday afternoon ended forty had engineer on runs to and at 9:40: o'clock from ',,-
I uacee last week. She Identified 5,000 more gallons: of gasoline In homesteads up to the valuation of I four of railroading for A. VV. from this West Coast city and his will be broadcast governor did not extend< the deadline ,
years message ,
I tMeetxy eleven November than In October. Fig- $5,000.00) and exempts from all last year and it Is very likely :>[\'
of the fifteen pic- Redgrave the last twelve of which The day after his last run on over a nationwide of the'
4' >'! last month totalled 86,- taxes except special assessments : hook-up be will not grant an extension: In
used, and will be given a ures for he guidingthe destinies of Peggy he celebrated his sixty-
spent Those
major systems. who attend
benefits but the title to the I I 1938. Tax Collector
ar'al while the total for and Knight also
r jmbscriptlon to the Tele- 960 gallons, Peggy along the fifty-ore miles of I seventh birthday, and his retire- the dinner here will listen In
|*t api4 Second alx month'e October was 81,254 gallons. In property must be In the name of ment leaves him free to his I stated that tag sales were brisk
prize, a 'or !!! track between here and Bell. enjoy to his speech as a part of the local
wife ,
of kero- the head of the family, or with\ purchases being falily steady.
tdptlon, was won by Mrs I November, 9,282 gallons large home and surrounding '
+; used as compared with I II husband, one of whom at least Mr. Redgrave was born in London where he has program. -
conatantlne of Theressa. sene were I I i grounds a large i"
t rdt+rIze, a four-month's sub- 8,860 gallons in October. This must reside! on the property. Full Englind, and came with his Tickets for the dinner are $1 The average gasoline tax per
crtpfil i tons information and details can be ob;parents to the United States; at the --- ach, and receipt go to the National 'I farm In the United States Is $17.69:
j +n, went to also used nlnety-sevsn 'I
Florence KeUfiy county .
'I of fertilizer last month. tained from Mr. Hayes. I ago: of fifteen months. He began (Continued On rage Eight) Democratic Commltteo. year., I .. i.


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BRANCH of Rising were visiting: her parents of Auirust. A. D. 193.1, has. filed, NOTIC-H APPLICATION ISOTICH OF 'MM Of TAX. NO'I'IIF Of TAX APPI.ICATIO"StEEl Notice 1 I.hereby NOTICH given that I
GUM In office and has madeapplieatiou FOR TA X lEED CKHTIFICATK4NOTICE .
same my 11"M
1.13) Truba an
and Mrs. H. L. EdwardsMonay. that (Senate Sill Na guardian oi .
Mr. GIVEN J.dg.
IS HtOllttHY
Cor. fur a tax deed to be (*rn t Illll Ma. I8H GIVEN. That Brown ht Brown .
Annie Mae Harnage \ Issued. thereon. Huld. certificate embraces NOTICE IS HEHEBY dlVHX. ThatFoster Cecil H. Moore haM filed with ne OTIF H' HEJURY holder of Tax Certificate on the until day of minors. "I
the following described Shi Smith, r>t 'J' Certificate -, written request that the tax certificates FOlte. Smith A
of; Miss Vesta Me Rue, of Pine Level : properly hol..r subsequentomitted No. B30. l Itisnied. tie TIlt day 1088, apply to the M:
II. Keene and son, Vance In the County of Bradford, No. 552, the 7th day i together with al ha filed County Janulrr' K.
the week-end spent Sunday night with Miss State of Florida. to-wit: of August. A. r>. 11433 him. tiledsame or levied (a" held by tile of August. A. I>. 1933 and, has 1 madeppiicatlofl ford Ferryman County Florida liruil
Shamrock, spent and advertised sold the ama In my office 10.
H'4 of Northwest Quarter ofNortheast In my office has madeapplicatlo State lie ant IUlth..rly
deed to be to sell at private Bale
here and were accompanied home Helen Norman. Quarter of Section 14 ,, for a tax deed to be highest as providedby I for a tax un.l"ldnd
liW"r8WO Said *.mr'intbh one-third Interest of .
Township 8 Hnuth. Ranre 22 Issued thereon. Bald certificate embraces House the 1837 acts of Issued th..ol. r.rttcnt. ."
R. C. ---
Keene and children In and to the
by Mrs. 'I'O LTIILST; I'OTAIOKS East, containing 20 Acres, moie the following described I property the L..I"I..tul. upon the folowlnK : Ol : d.prl : : "hr. foLlowing tin.
Harley. and Dorothy who have or less. In I the County: of Bradford, .. In te, c'.unty .t: .l'rlb..d property, :
be to-wlt A, Li C. r> F
HOMESTEAD.-Potatoes can of Florida, of Bradford State of Florida. State of Florida. and Lot t,
pent the past two weeks with her The assessment. of the said property State to-wi: Haft: Half of Northeast 111 or k 12, le..O feet lying
tourists too. A $3,000,000 crop of I under the said certlfli-ate Issued Southwest Quarter NortheastQuarter to-wit. S* Township 7 South, .. of Lot
Ker- See.at
Mr. and Mrs. VV. R. of Section SB Lot II of nf NWti of Iprtol a..r.. j
parents I thorn is ff-rmvlno-. In this lower Dadecounty \ was In the name of lY.known.. 7 South, 21 Towl..hlp containing : Tp. 7 'VI. 22 n.. containing East, containing 80 Block 12, according to plat of
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aey. -Seed are Unless said certificate I ; 40 Acres, Fa"t. less. 10 ", i or less.'FIt. I Acres, more or lens.Tha Samijwm City, Florida, In Township .
area. potatoes redeemed according to law the A..I'
of tho said 7 a. II it East.MRS. .
I i J, A. Harnage spent Thursday described therein will be I The ansesxment of the I said property ".." to be sold are evll..ncedby assessment
with his brother-In-law and brought In from cold climate areas sold property to the highest: bidder at thecourt under the .said certificate Issued certificates. NI". AKO .. eit\- under the said cOI.tfl..ate tu. i TRUBA. HODOES,
night In of Unknown. 1930 and 1933 respectively, and represent sited was In the "uardan.ltOTIC'13 .
such as North Dakota, Minnesotaand house door on the first Monday was the name Illa '
sister, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae In the month nf February. 1938, Unless said certificate ""..I be the unpaid taxes for therears Unl..8 saul .rtt..at. .h..U theproperty be 1231It21., .
Canada. They are treated with I redeemed" according to law, theproperty 1929 to 1937. both Inclusive, redeemed afcorUn., law "
of Pine Level section.Mr. which la the 7th day of February, .. will be OF Al'PLVVA'Cloij'
solution to kill described be : to $36.09. .
a formaldehyde 1933. .rountln&
and Mrs. Ben Faulkner and sold to the ...tthI'eJZrI I : NEW of NEVi of Roc 88 I 101 to the highest bidder at the 101 TAX DEED
possible Infections, then are cut Dated this 15th day ot Decem- court house door on ALO. S. R. 21 E., containing I house door on the first Monday (" BUI No. IHH)

family and George Jordan of Ral- ind planted In fields of marl especially ber. 1937. day In the month of February. 1033, AcreH, more or Less.'the I In the month of February, 1938, I. NOTICE IH HEnICDYOIVI. That
ford. were guests of Mr. and Mrs.T. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) which Is the 7th day of February taxes to be sold ale evidencedby which Is the 7th day of February Poster tIll Smith, holder ot Tax Certificute -
suitable for their growth. A. J. No. 551, Issued the 7th
certificate No. 193,1 respectively lay
N. Norman Friday night. About 375 carloads of "tourist" Clerk TnOlfAS.. Court of 1938.Dated title* J4th day of Decem and represent the taxes 13). .." this 14th day of Decem-. of urnuey; I>. 1933. has filed

Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp were Bradford County. Florida. her 1917.OFFICIAL. for the years 1982 to both Inclusive her. 1937. name office and has. made
business visitors to Jacksonville' seed potatoes were planted here. 12-17-51-1-14. ( SEAt) ) amounting to 187.. (OFFICIAL SEAL) application for a tax deAd to be

When the crop returns to the A. J. THOlfAS. ALSO:. of NWV4 of NWV4Except A. J. T1LOliIAS, iNKiitMl thereon. Said certificate embrace"
Thursday and were accompaniedhome NOTICH OF HAI.K Of TAX Clerk Court of l'. In NE Cor ft I Clerk of Circuit Court of the folio win described prop.
North It will fill about 2.200 cars. ( Bradford County Florida. irty In t the County of
and 'Efli'IFWA'FESNOTICE Bradford County Florida. A I In ( of Bradford ,

__ by___Misses_..._._ Margaret_ ._ .__... I IS HKRKBY..._ GIVEN_. .Iha 12-17 t-1-14. of NW4 o'o ..gIJJI'f. 8 S.-N 12-17-St-l-14. State of Florida,.._..!to-wi:IU'Luh' u. _. !
'1. "n. CH.4-&U. .
"6 a LT kn.1.4. 11n
u .. ... l .l
1si9 .. .... .. oajly. .wnc.V 'S4W3 aa .. T .." . 22 92.. .. .. more I n.nnw. "orne,.
' ISOTICIOK ""I.'" OF T."\ written request that the tax, certificates Of APPlICATION less. NOTICH OF APPLICATION Quarter & Southeast Quarter
& 1 the past week with Mr. and Mrs. (')':it'i'i l"ICA'IEM, together with all subsequent NO'fC. TAX OKKIIOenate The 1 taxes to be sold are evidenced FOR TAX I>KBIftentt > NO.th..t Quarter & North Half

' A. 3. Williams. I NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN: that omitted or levied taxes held mil No. 1M bv certificates No.. dill and 1A43) of ( J. !.'. tlrirrin has. flied with bv the State be advertised and sold to NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That 111.10 and 1933 respectively, and represent IS HEIII13RY; OIVfJN. That Township 7 South Range 81
1 3. W. Buddington and daughter me wiltten request that the tax cerIflcates the highest bidder for cash as provided 1..W. Hall, holder of a portion of TaxCertificate the unpaid taxes for the O. W. lal. holder of Tax Certificate East. contah.ln. 160 Acres

of) Starke were visiting Mr. and together with all subsequent by IFotise Mill JlftO of the 19:17: No. f 69. Issued. the 8rd day yearn' 192B to both Inclusive, 1..I..d the 7th day more ...
omitted or levied taxes hell acts. of the Legislature upon the of July, A. I). 1922 has. filed amounting to $ 1137.. of August.. A. U3. has filed The assessment of the said
rI Mrs. T. N. Norman Saturday. by the State be advertised and soldto ffdlowlna described rea'' estate In same In my office and has made Said. tax certificates together with name. In my office hal madeapplication arty under the said certificate prop Issued -

4 D. Dobbs Jr. the hiKhevt bidder for cash as the County of R'adforl., State of application for a tax deed to be all subsequent Levied for a tax, deed to be wait In the, name of Unknown.
Mr. and Mrs. J. pruMded by House. Bill 996 of the 1'10111. tn-wi: issued. thereon. Said certificate embraces taxes will bo .. \ .d.dtt highest Issued. thereon. Said certificate em Unless said Certificate shall beredeemed

of Lake City were visiting J A. 1:137: site of the Legislature, upon OK' Cor of SE' ntNWII the following described property bidder at the ; door in reTnth following described : according to law the
the followingdescribed real estateIn E 6io: Kt of N Ft In the County of Bradford, Ktarke on the 7th day Jllu..ry. the County nf ,ri property described therein will be
lIarnage and family Sunday. the Cmintv, of Bradford. State of NJ of SWTi 4.R8 A. Section Stt.. of Florida, to-wlt: 11138, at I II 1 :00 o'clock A. MInted State of Florida, to-wlt: Mold to the highest bidderat the
Mrs. Audrey Newman and Evelyn Florida to-wlt.: Tp. 8 S. O. 22 E., containing Half of Not.th.w..t. Quarter this the 17th day of De North-west Quarter of court house door on the first Mon-

Maxw 1of\ Jacksonville and Si, of SI-'o: & 8', or SWM' of 16 Acres, more or less. of Sorth.l a"t Quarter Mild clmb..r. 1:1.O'FIIIAI.: went Quarter Section 23, Township day In the month of February, 193 I8,
The taxen to he sold evidenced Half NorlhEaetQuart..r 8 South Range East.containing .
, I \Vest Except ( T.) which la
SIT' 36 1'1"| 4 H. It. 22 13, contHfulnrr ale the 7th day of February,
Odessa McRae;: of Pine Level spent 80 Acres, more or less.. by certificate NOH I 160 llt.13 respectively of Smith-West Quart..r.cton J. THOMAS, 40 acres more or 1938.
alI represent taxes for 14. Township R South Clerk of Circuit Court of .. Dated this 14th f
with Mr. and Mrs The taxes to be sold are evidenced day Decem
Thursday night the 1 )32 to both Inclusive The assessment of the said <
1437 22 800 property
I !to" ertlflt-MteH Nus. 90 and, 663 of I years lange East containing Ftrndford. County, 1o'lolld. tier 1937. -
I T. N. Norman and family. I 1928 and 19:13: respectively and represent amOltll1 to $!>ft.41. more or less 12-24-31-1-7 under the said c.l.tflc.te I.- (OFFICIAL SEAL)
.. with ., In .
S.le .rlfl".t. together The assessment of I the said property ailed was the name A. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike McRae Miss tuxes for the years 1927 tot9.7 all Leviedtaxes Unless said certificate .. be THOMAS
under the said certiricate In- OTIC'M FCI .h..1 Clerk of
amounting to tth\ Circuit Court
both Inclusive
01"PI'I.lf'IO' of
Lillie Mrs. Alfred Brown will be 1' highest I sued. was In the name of 11. I>. .\ redeemed according to the Bradford
McRae 11 25Said;
I 1.11 bidder at the Courthouse door In : Clayton. (rnnte 11.0 1433): property described. therein will be County 1'lorldl
and Bill McRae were visiting T. N. tax certificates together with Starke on the 7th day of January I'nlHNH. said certificate .hal he NOTICE 1 HEIlEFIYalVE'"I. ,. That sold to the highest bidder at the -

Norman and family Friday night. all MiibHfCiuent omitted" or Levied 111.'IS at 11:00: o'clock A. lit.tinted redeemed according to the W. II. : holder of Tax, Certificate court house 000' on the first Monday
taxes will lie sold to the hIghestildder thin the 17th; day of De property described therein wil beHold 1"'r..l., Issued the 3.... dRY of in the ", of February. 1938.: AOTICF* OF APPLICATION

Mrs. Tate Alvarez and children at the Courthouse door In ....mh.r. 1937.OlI"ICIAL to the highest bidder the I August A I). 1931, has fll'd I same In which Is. the 7th day of February FoIl TAX n..JEI
Stnrke on the 8th day of January ( PEAT.) court house door on the first Monday my office and has made applicationfor 1918. CHeniite Bill )
AOTICH OK APPLICATION 111:18.: at I 11:0(1( o'clock A. 3.!. ThOMAS, In the month of February, 19:18.which : a tax deed to be Issued thereon.Said I Dated th's 16th day of Decem- NOTfi'H 1 HEREBY OWEN. That
FOil TAX DKKH Dated this the 18th day of December Clerk, of Circuit Court of la the 7th day of February, certificate embraces the following ber. I t7.(01o'FJCJi'. Fo.t..r fhllmlh.: holder of Tax Certificate -

c ; Ornate Illll No. Ill'l: 1 :I7.OFFICIAL : Rradford County. Florida. 193S.fated described property in the ( SEAL) 'Issued the 7th

I .. NOTICE IS HEHBBY UIVHX: That ( SEA) I 12-24-31-1-7. this ICth day of Decem County of nrndfonl dtale of Florida J. THOMAS. of ."".u.. 51. D. 1>1. hat. lay
O. W. Hall holder of Tax Certificate A. J THOMAS: her 1937.OFFICIAL. to-wlt: Tierk of Circuit Court of ..m. In my office has. made I
No. 1626. Issued the 7th day Clerk of Circuit Court of NOTICH OI" "PPI..I.IO' FOB ( SEAL) North-Went Quar.er of SouthWest Bradford County, Florida.X aiM>t1catlnn. for a tax deed to be

of August. A. D. 1833 has filed .Krndford I.'uunty.1o'lorhla.. TAX I)HHHOenate A. .1. THOMAS, Quarter and of South Halfof 1'1-6t.1-1. l"Hii,'d thereon Said certificate em-
ama In my office and has. made 12-24-3t-t-7 ( Kill "<>. Kl.ttNOTICW Clerk of Circuit Court of North-East Quarter of SouthWest hcs the following described property
application for a tax, deed to beauuaI It HKUKBY OIVK.V, That Ilrndford County, Florida. Quarter, 8p.tlol One, Of "> AlE OF TAN In the County of Bradford

thereon.! .Said. certificate: emurace. :IoO'fI'I" OFti.r._ OFL'i'Ie'l'II"iL''i'ies TA\ *Cecil lflent R.. MIoore.eTc.. ',10..1 th of Tax Sth. (""1- 12-17.St-1-14. Townshipiteven__ RangeNineteen _... .('ERTIFI'i'11315w7'if ... .H. .. .. .L. ptnt of Florida to-wlt:_. ._
"n "
'. i';, .. me xotiiriiiv u.evri,I IM W-- rnv East Sixty ..."" .m" southwest Quarter or Northeast
! city In the County of Bradford, I of August, A. D. 1 ii"i!: has filed sameIn NOTIC'B OF etCH OF TAX Acres, more or <.ont..lnln& Edwards, J,'., has filed with Quarter of
i f'f, \, State of Florida. to-wit: NOT! rc.: HKTl'BY OIVEN thatW. my ocl'e and made application tTKHTIKIOATKHNOTICE I The assessment of..the said me wt 'ten request that the tax certlf'rutes I Jrthweat, "olth.a..t. of Section

!I West Half of South-East Quar- H. Harrell has. filed with me tax deed to be 1..0.. IS HEREBY liVEN thatJ. erty under the maid ...., ...1'op- together with I all sittise- Township 7 South Range 21 I
i written request that the tax certificates t Said certificate J. Truby bus whit mewrit. .tn" ql jut omitted or levied taxes, heldb
ter of North-East Quarter Section h..r.on. emhra..e. fl..1 I sued was In the name "1. }I. Kant containing Acre. Mora .
22. Township 8 South together with all cubsequentomitted following described property In ten request that tax certificates Murrhee.Unlesa. l : the State. be ..Iv.U..d and sold or Less.

Kange 22 East containing 20a'rea or levied taxes held by thetate the County of RllulIrd. State of together with all ...ub..fl..nt. omit I said. be 1. the highest cash as The a."e..melt of the said prnpertv -
more or Ie...... $ be advertised and sold to thehighest Florida, to-wlt: ted or levied taxes Statebe redeemed c..tf"ate. Ihal, the nvlded by House Bill 396 of the .. .. certificate Insued -
'I., The assessment of the said prop- bidder for cash OH provided Lot Three of.t Half of advertised and sold to the highest property Ic""dl therein will besold I 87 acts of the Legislature, uponthe was In the name of Unknown.
erty under the said. certificate Is- bv House Illll SUB of the 19.17 aitsof Northwest Quarter In ....tOl bidder for card as provided by I tn the highest bidder at the following de..rlh..d real estateIn l'nlin-i, said certificate shall hered."nled
tlu Legislature., upon the following Thirty-One. Iluuse Bill 396 of the 1937 ot the County of Bradford State otFI"rlrl.
sued was. In the name of J. W. Township acts court house door on the first Monday according* to ,law, thepri'iierly
I. Jackson. described real estate In the'oun South Jonp. Twenty-two Hast. the 1./IMlahl'e. upon the following I In the month of February 1938 to-wlt: d.lwl'lb..d therein will be
i Unless Bald. certificate shall. be y of Ltredfo'd. State of Florida "ont..lnll1l ..n Acres. mure 01' .. ., estate In the Countyof 'I which the 7lh. day of 1o'.bru.ry. < of NE", Except Lots 2-3-4 sold to the highest bidder at the

redeemed according to law, the t ',,-wlI Irndford. State of 1'lorlda. to- 11CIK: W of Ry & SEi* of '"I&T W'! com house door on the first Mnn-
property described lhereln will be NM., I. of SW1" & 5'" of NE'iSVV'i The assessment. of the said property WIt: Dated, title 29th., day of December nf NE', & NWU of Sec. S day In.the month of February 1>38,
' l mold tn the highest. bidder at the ,, Sec. I I. Tp, 7 South under the said c..tflrot.. Issued r''ec of NK'l & SW'. of NW-i 1917. S. R. 22 E., containing 305 whi.'h la the 7th day of February,
k. court house. dour on the first Monday 1:114", 100:. containing. 80 acres. was In the name. Pot.... 14 'Fl". 6 S. 'n. 82 E.. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..re., mole" or less : .

. In the month of February 1938, I mor ft or lesH. ITnless Maid, certificate .hol "llt"lnh'l 80 Acres, more or J. THOMAS The taxes to be soil' are evidenced 1931.Dated thin 14th day of December. -
. '. which I Is the 7th day of February, The taxes to bo sold are evldeniedby redeemed according to the .. of Circuit Court of b) certificate Nos.. 195 of 1931 resy 1937.
193$. certificate NOH. 17 of 1933. andrepresent property described therein will be The taxes to be sold are evidenced tiei County FlorIda '*tIvelv, and represent the taxes (OFFiCIAL SEAL)
t Dated this. 16th day of December. taxes for the years 1IU1 Hit to the highest bidder at the hv certificates Nos.. 886 und 84$ of foe the years 1930 to 1931 both In- I A. J.
''i\\ 1937.OFFICIAL. > I'JJ'.. both Inclusive amounting court house door on the first Mon- 1930: and 1933 r..p..ctvely.. and represent elu ilve. amounting rtr $48071. Clerk TIOfAS. Court nf
ii ( SEAL) to $128113( I I day In the month of February 19.14 taxes 1923 to OF .APPlICaTION ALSO: UH, of SW'i of I Bradford County.
,. A. J. THOMAS. Said tux certificates' together with which In the 7th day of February, : 19:7.: bulh Incluslxe a"ountll& to 11-31.&t-I-2.' T\x DEED N T-i & EMI fN ht of NEU 1-1.51-1.1. Florida

Clerk of Circuit Court of all subsequent omitted nr Leviedtaxes ) .07ALSO. '. Illll "0. 1O3) & 'Eli\. of NWI h & W'.of NWV)

; t Bradford County.1o'lo'lda.. will be sold to the hlghe..tbldd..r 11)39.Paled this 21st day of Decem : S'-i of "'E'. Except 10 HEKKBYUIVI3.V; That Sec. 2 Tp. 5 S. R. 22 E.. ...ont..ln.I.I I :OTU'.J OF APPI.ICA'I'IONFil'
IJ-17-5t-l-14. at the Courthouse door In her 19.17.OFFICIAL. A In SW Cor & NJl'| of SEV4 of O w. holder of Tax i10 Acres, more or less. TAX
.Uaike on the 14th. day of January, ( HEAL) NWLJ Sec. 15 1'1. H. 11. 2 E, !1 tlflcate No.'II'627, Issued the 7th clOt -; taxes to he sold are evidenced 4"enatr Rill tHi..JnI )
Checks tills at II i OK' o'clock' A. !M. A. J. THOMAS, coutalnlnc 80 ...., or August A. D. 1933. has fled hv ltlfl..ale" NOH. 196 of 1931 re I NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN. that

Dated this the 29th. day of December Clerk of Circuit Colut of ", In my office and has. ..vectvelY. represent the taxes .| 0 W. Hal. hol"e.' of Tax Cert If-

MALARIAIn 1937. Bradford" County, Florida.12245ttll. The taxes to be sold ore evidenced i I application for a deed to be Y"Hr 1910 to 19:1. both Inclusive te 13. the 6th day of
.W1o'I'IAL SEAL) bv coriiru-ntes. N". :IS7 and U30 of Issued thereon. S IJaer at embracea Rmounlnl to :33. I July A. .;, has. filed same In

A. J. THOMAS -- ---..- 1930 and 1933 respectively, and represent the described property ALSO: of SWli I I my office and has made application
666 Clerk of circuit Court of :SOTICK \I'IM.H-\Tlrtt KOUTA.V the taxea for the years 1921 In folowln, of Bradford, SEW of SWlt' & SB"', Ex. 18 f I for a tax deed to be Issued thereon

COLDS Hradford County Florida. I>KK.Ilenute : > to 1937. both Inclusive, mountingto State ..r Flollda. to-wlt: In S'-j ( Right of Way) Sec. Said certificate embrace the fol-

12-31-31-1-14. ( Hillto.. lt lt "68.31. I .. of NorthEast ''p. 5 M. K 22 F. containing 54 'owing described property In the
first day NOTICE IS IflCKEHY GIVEN. That Said. tax certificates together with : Quarter and East Half of Acres. more lens. County of Bradford, State oC Flor-

LIQITIO 'TABLBTS.ALtfli >oI'IvFor APPI.IC'ATIO'VFOR Cecil It. Moore, holder of Tax Certificate all subsequent omitted or Levied South-Ea.t Quarter of NorthEast The taxes. to be sold are evidenced ida to-wlt:
HO8B Headaches. ** TAX DEEDMeaate No. 19. Issued the 5th.. day tuxes. wi lie sold to the highest. Quarter Section 22. Township by certificate Nos. 197 of 1931 respectively South-West. Quarter nf NorthWest -
Klaatee ( Bill No. 163) of A 1021) ha. filed bidder the Courthouse door In j 8 South. 22 East and the taxes
i>noi I NOTICE: Irt H12UKH1!: UIVI N. That upu..t. I. same' Range r..I'r..nt Quarter Section 2.1, Township -
In has sturke on the 7th day of January, .. for the ) to 1931 both Inclusive '
oflt.. nmde .. 6 more or years South. Range *3 E..I.. "
Try .n.h.Mp-TI.W.rl. BeatLlalmeat (1 W. Hall holder of Tax Certificate appl'a.lon "t..lnln& ( Icr. I
the tax deed to be lu..d 1938: at 11.00: o'clock A. M. I.... amounting to 96343.6:1) l : 40 acres more or
No 7th
1616. l Issued
day I Iher.on. Said certificate embracesthe Dated this the 17th day of December The assessment nf the said prop ALSO: : N'4' of SWV hl"tW'" of < contalnln&.

following described property In 1937.OFFICIAL I erty under the said certificate Issued Wi4 I of SW(i The assessment. of the said property -
the County <>f Urndfnrd, Stale of ( RE.T) was In the name of Unk..wn. & IW1! of S '/, Except W 1A'.r. under the said. certificate it
Florida to-wit: A. .7. I rnless I said. certificate be .. ; N'/j of SKH & SE'i' of .sued was In the name of. Davis lionby. -
Northeast (llrtl' of NortheastQuarter Clerk of VI'.uil Court of redeemed according to 1".1 theprliiel'ty SE'' ( Except Ry Right of Way .

Pause..at the In Section Thlrtv-Six, Bradford Florida12243tl7. denci.Ihed therein, be '. 4's'\ Acres) Sec I Tp DS. Unless. Bald certificate be re-
.1 Township Seven, South flange sold. to the highest bidder wil the R. 22 FL: containing 280 Acres, deemed according to eh&l, property

Twenty-One 1':1..1.: Containing -- -- court house door, on the first Mon more or less. described therein will be ai.l<1
Forty Acres, inure 01' less. ftOTICK OF FOR day In the month of 1938, I' The taxes to I be solil, are evidenced to the highest bidder at the courthouse
The assessment of th. said prop- ',''PII.It.'IO': which IH the TIll aiel.; 'by certificate NOH 103 nf 1929 respectively door on the first Monday In
; city under the said ..rtlh..t. 1.1 Issued und represent the taxes the of February, 183U. whichIs
familiar red cooler wa. In the name ( .. Wenntc Illll "o DIM 1938.Dated this 16th( Decem- for the years 1921 to 1911 both Inclusive day of February. 1938.
...." said certificate shall he Cecil II. Moore, holder GIVFTh..t her 1937. amounting to $1.140.13. 16th day of. December.
redeemed to law the e.r-. f (OFFICIAL SE.\L) ALSO: 1-1" Except: 18 Acres In .
tificate No. the
401. dayof
property d thereinAlll I he A. D. l..sl..d 1939 hut filed 5th. I 1.. J. THOMAS, Si/4 Ry Il of Way Sec. 2 TI' I (OFFICIAL SEAL,)
sold to the highest bidder ut the In August office I and has, matie same I Clerk of Circuit Court of 5 S. H. E.. containing .104 A. J. THOlfAS. .
court house door un the first. Monday my -' Bradford County, lorld. Acres., more or less Cleric Court of
for tax deed to b. Iuuedthereon. }
r' I In the month of February, 1938, a Said cet'tlflcate embracesthe I isnsti14.VOIKR. The taxes to he .sold are evidenced Bradford County, FI< ,ta
which Is the 7th.. day of February, following described In hy certificate Nos. 1U4: of 1929 respectively 2-17-Bt-l-14 .
19'IS. property I OP dtl.n OF TAT and represent the taxes -
the ( of Bradford of
, eiP ated thla 21st. day of December. 'olnty, lt State t'KKTIFICATKS fur the' years 1928 to Inclusive NOTICR Of ft 41.13 OF TAX
19.17.OFFICIAL. ["I.rlda. >- : NOTICE IS HKREHY: OIVEN that amounting to V.Nd.Nth) C'P.nTIFICATKSNOTICE
South Half' of
( SEAL) of North".t. Qu..r.ter M. O. Harrell has filedwith me ALSO: an, NE'i & NV4 of IS HEREBY QIVRN that10rn

i A. J. THOMAS, Five NIrthw..t.... In Qlart..r. East: except Corner written request that the tax certificates SEV of tf& SWtOf N\V/, ..nt Thornquext has filed with
Clerk of Circuit, Court of together with al "ub"e'll..ntomlt"d 6 S>: I of SVVW' NW'iof me written request. that the tax ertlflratea -
and Two Acres In SouthWest
P.rMdfcu-d, County, Florida. Corner of North Half of or levied ,. .. by & Nii of Sl''t N's);, In".thel with all iiubae-
___ : -1-21. advertised and sold nf nf & nfSW(4
i 1-U-I> Northwest Quarter of Northwest to the 814 SEH 11-4 .. quent levied taxes hell
In Section Twen.ty.F" highest bidder for cash as. providedby ( of Seo. 38 Tp. 4 22 by the State advertised and void
H. : 1MOTI4 OI" SALE OF 'I'AXIIiTlFl4'1'E .Quarter.., Townnhfp Eight South- HmtHe Bill ft96 of the 1937 acts E., containing 337 Acres. moreor to the highest bidder for cash anprovided
(' : of the. legislature, the following less.
upon by House Bill S99 of tile
llnnKtt Containing
NOTICH 1 Irt IIKHKBV: UIVE.V that Twenty-Two J..t. real estate In the of
Seventeen more d..crlh.d The to be sold. are evidencedby 1937 acts the Leglslatura.uptl.
Emma M. Ilelberger has filed withme or less.. County of Bradford State of Florida t."e. Nns. !&4 of 1930, re- the following described. real entaA
written r..t that the tax certlflcuteM to-wlt: c.rlrcat. In the County of Bradford Stat. 4'f
The a..HeB. ment of the said property represent the taxes.
together with all lubseiut S'4 of SEH nf Sec. 2 Tp. S n. "p"l.tvely. Florida to-wit :
192 to 19.11.
J\ the said certificate Issued f.r years both Inclusive -
3 <, >nt omitted or levied taxen h..1 was uld..r the name of Chaa.. Scott. 19 E.. containing 80 Al'r.a. More amounting to $805.72. Lots 5, 6 Kile S3 J. M JOhn.\\
1. by the State be and less.'i'he .
nr >
al v..rtl..d Addition to Htarke In ]
Unless said be Said tax certificates together with
to the highest blll... fur cash as redeemed. .... c..rtfl".te e"al. theproperty taxes to be ..01 are e'I.I..nc.1 all subsequent omitted nr Levied 8W he( 2S Tp 6 S. gll\ I3.t
provided by Bill 308 of the hv .
C. therein will be 5 taxes will he sold to the highest 'he sold are evidencitiby
I- 1937: acts of the 1''II..I..ture.. upon described 10. 2 and 1931 I and. represent and IOH3 4-t
bidder I the InStarke "
the .. sold to the highest bidder at the r..I.ctv.y. at Courthouse door c..rtfh.I. No. 2f2
folowln" estateIn court house door on the first. Mon I the for theyears on the 7th.. day of January 1929 133 r."p..tv..ly. and Mrresent \
to-wit of: Bladfo"d. State ofFlorida the month of February, 1U8! 10,11 to 193?. both Incu.lve. A. I>. 1938 at 11:00: o'clock A. M. I t.., 1918 to.
It the 7th.. day of February, amounting to $106 60. Dated this the 17th day of De"h.r.19:1. 1937. both Inclusive. amounting i >
'rl.lIt I
of of
W4 NEVi : KV4 S Tp. 7 64 ors f
NE'r. NWI. AI.t \VI.I.f F.. : I $
of NK": lens 8 '. 160 A..e., ,\!. ALSO: One Lot of Land In I I.Starke
this 21..t. day of ni (
; Sec. 5 Tp. 7 8. n. 22 E., contain.log her.1937.OFFICIAL. D.cem.'I.'I. more, nr less. OFI'ICI\. .!. THOMAS.: Rounded N by.Ilk 81 "'

54 Acres, n1.e or less. ( SEAL) The taxes to be .ol are evidencedby Clerk of Court of Original Town 10 & S. by AW >
a The taxes to h suM are evidenced .rtlflctttes' Nos (J and' SO of 19.10 lrc'llt Tp.1
It's the of refreshment red by A. J. THOMAS: I It'l.t'k I Flrndford County, tir TliompHon St., Sec. U ..
high sign familiar certificate NOB. 4S3 of 19.H re- nf Circuit Court of & 1933 re..p..tlv.ly. and representthe l2-24-3t-l-7 Florldl. 41 S. R. 23 E., *\

t cooler...filled with Ice and frosty bottles of Coca-Cola .p"ctvely. and represent taxes for County, Ficicklu.I tuxes for the years 192! tn I The taxes to .Bold are evtdeneml
1!:I3 to 19:17: both Inclusive rW..dfort I 11':7.1 ': both I Inllu..lve, a", to by .. 325 1921)! re'-
91 bringing the that around the > olntlnl C.rlfh'at. N.
,, you pause refreshes amounting to SU2.48. I !NOTIC-H. OF Htl.H OP IAN represent nf unpaid
Maid tax certificates ..1lti'tI'iq' 'TEM spectively th.
comer from anywhere. all subsequent, omitted together or Leviedtuxen with DON'T GET CP NIGHTS i I ALSO: NK'-i' of NWi; & Frnc'l IS HEREBY OIVEN that tuxes. for the years 192 tn :

.y. will be sold. to the highest THIS 25o TEST FHEE If It falls.. 11 XW'-i' E of NWV R.. 8 11...7 S. R. NO'fCF. Whiten. Administrator of Estate both Meld Inclusive tax anountlnA to 1:11'
) 80 "
containing more
Ild'pr at the Courthouse. door In Help nature' drive out waste and nr less. Whlt..n has filed all subsequent omitted. or Leviedtas
on the 7th of January acids with >n" written that I the
excess which the
Ntlrk. caa cause I
The will the
taxes to he sold evidenced be sold to
BOTTLING at 1 II 1 o'clock, are tax, certificate
I COMPANYST.VISKE :Mil A M. Irritation that wakt you up.causes together with all subsequent at ( door frPtarke '
by certificates the
I Nos. 3 and 21 of 19211 Courthouse
tp Hated this the 17th oC omitted levied
day or taxes
) scanty blrnlnlJ. ori.ackaehe. and. Ifis: h..1 the 7th of Janusrjr.
and on day
r""llel.tv.ly hv the State be
.mh.r. 1:7.to'ICIAI. Flush' the kidneys I as taxes > und itt: *. at 11-00 o'clock A. M. .I
1! 2S to
4x COCA-COLA I tE.J) you would the bowels. Uet 85o I Iwwth both Inclusive amounting ye.r" to $ 1137.. to the highest "110.1 for cash asprovided Dated this the 17th day of Pe*
A. of oil leaves by 39* of the .
II :
Junll..r bl'hu ALSO W' HOI" Bil 1937.
: of I
('IArk of Circuit 'ourt of NEV4 U37 nf "hpr.
etc made Into green tablets. JiiMf I II Isay Sec, 1 .rt. th. T"ll.latur. upon .
-.4 II Tn. fnNI\n.,. contain .. ( \
Florida. the following
County, Bukets .
I Ilr..Uorl I to any druggest Locallyat I tnt 20 Acre r".1 estate I IClerk
l'arpelt.r'.. Drug Store. The rex.," to be snld are In th. County of I1..dford., of of ('lr.1 Court of |
by certificates Nos. 6 Florida to-wi: Bradford Florid"- ;
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1 NW', .f N",, A Wi( of SWH
-- 1932 and tii.il respectively, represent 12-24-Ot-l-7 j jROTICK
of NWi. Com
I. at SW Cor
the unpaid taxes for
1931: I : yearn of NW'i' nf F\VI. & Run 8 OP TAX 3NOTICE"
to 19.17. both Inclusive, amountIng F. OP
I 'I.F
to $S9.99.ALKO Chn. A 4*l .., Thence 40 '
: HVi Ei of degrees E 20 Chn,. Thence W 9 4'FU'I'IFU'1 1'lIVEN that

NW% Sec. :/ 19 E. I Chnu Thence S to Beg. IC A. D. W. Starling has filed with)
containing 10fT.F/\I."R AIm 2', A In NW Cor of SWH I written request that the tax certlflcatea -.
The taxes I of Sec. 2 Tp. 5 S. R. 21 together with all subsfluent *-)
I .vldenc..d
1 by c..lt..t.. ." No,.. I and 30 of 1932 H 70 Acres.The omitted or I.vl..d taxes he'*
taxes to be sold
and >. and .vldenc..d by the State ha advertised and
the taxes for th..ctvely.years 19.11 r..pl..lt to 1937: by certificate 10". Ill. of 19:14: respectively. to the highest bidder for cat-O as)
both Inclusive, amounting to 1&62.0& represent taxes for provided by House Kill 898 of th*'(
(t A LSO the years 193:1: to 19'I7. both iticlucive *> ,
: N't of of 13 acts of the l.egl.l..tlr. upon
: N": of EH of nf' rIa amounting to $85.78. following described estate
12 7 S : ALSO: All E nf River A In the County of Bradford State optFlorida
Ti 1" I. 19 N. conta NKVv of '
I I E.I: Acres, or less.l'hs SE'/i' II''a, P about 4 tn-wlf "flfSE4 I
.. Acres for ( A Cemetery f
of SE'
taxes to be sold are evidenced A < .h
by certificates Nos. 10 and 33 of NW SE'i' nf of' 511' of Branch A 6 S. R. 22 F).. tc containing U'
OF BRADFORD COUNTY 1932: and 19.13: respectively, and represent ), SE'Ni13l', of more or lees
FLORIDA Sec. 20 Tn. 5 S. R. 21 E., conttalnlng ;.
the taxes for the years 1931to The taxes to be sold are e"M..no.
--- 1917 both Inclusive amounting 253 Acres, mor. or less. by certificates Nos. 217 and 7Sof
1 to The taxes to h. are evl.n..d 1933 and 1933 and rnpj
IIXU. .la.s. r."ecUyelv.
USE CABINET YVOKK A : S'/ of N\V'4 of A .by r..rttlcate, No. ill of resent the unpaid taxes for tht.

M F. C. Hollingsworth FURNITURE S'of F3'. of NI.3'of: fE%& .p..lv. years 19.1.1 represent t" 1937.the both taxes Inclusive years 1911 to l-m: both IlcU.I* :. t
I of BWIE: 21 A nf SVV"/' amounting $2602. \
REP"\CXG IEI amounting to $$249.01.
8W, of Sec. U Tp. 7 8. R. 11. ALSO: F.v, of NB'4 of N1ot ;
; Lt- ALSO
M THIS SPACE : N't, of f SEW' of
8 Acres of .
: Hog And HominyUPIOLTEING containing 80 Acre.. more or Sec. 80 Tn I S. R'ZI E.V con. NWVV See. 27 Tp. I B. "f.. I
20 '
i', IT WILL PAY YOU FARMS EDDIE HARTMAN The taxes to be sold are evidenced The taming taxes A..re.h. "more are or evidenced less. 22 H., containing 7 Acres mort-tf i
by certificates Nos. 11 and 33 of bv certificates Nos. 103 and or lesa. 'p .
1 Ji'kl la Sterilized Bottle 1912 and 19':3 r.p.eUv..ly. and represent l)3t and 1931 respectively, nnd 291 of The taxes to be sold are .vlden"O'
rep by certificates No. 820 of 1933 C'
-, PHONE 03 the ta"el for the years 1931 resent the
4 HSsaMnBMaBBSaBBHBBOaBHBWWBnDenmark unpaid taxes
The Pause That Ref rehe. "..O to 1447 hath Inelu&te. amounting to : the .p..Uvely. and represent the In..11
to $10 .I7. anN: Inclu"lvSaid "... for the years 1931 t
THIS .. ., .- -. to $ gVi.both both to $3S. -*-
Raid tax c.rtflcat. .together withal tax ". .. .. with I Incl..lv. amounting wall I
tax certificates
WE ARE FOR ,." Ited or Levied all subsequent on.ttel or Levied omitted or .Levl P"
RENT Garage wil be sold the highest taxei. be the
PIlESCItlFTION bidder the Courthouse door tn bidder wil the Courthouse. hlfthest taxes will be sold to the til***.n*

1 YOUR MESSAGE TO Furniture Co ZENITH Starke on the 7th day nf January RtArk. on door In bidder at the Courthouse floorStarke t
EXPERTS TO 1 1918 at 11'00: O'clock' A. M. 1038, at .. :-is WiWi. January on the 7th day of JaDDar7.

,., CARPENTER'STHE PUBLIC WILL, BRING We Are Re-ce4vlnK New GOODRICH TIRES-TUBES comber Dated this the 17th. day of De Dated this, tb. 1Tth day of tiec'emher 1938 Dated, at 11:00 this: the o'clock))7th A. 11. of ..

Stock Every Day B Sure to IIIghe Quality-Loweat Prices ( 13.OFFICIAL '.) ( SEAL) camber. 1937.OFFIthAI 7

A. J.
Clerk of
Circuit Court of Clerk of Circuit fRrldfor4
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Bradford County High School Journal !


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.'tAFIIETITOttN.CHTPf' I ELEMENTARY Janette lam Hornsby Priest:,Marjorie Rebecca Simpson.Mrs. Manning. .l Mammy Sez: SEVENTY AWARDS The Listening Pod SCHOOL LIBRARY

FRANCES:. PEEK HONOR ROLL H. C. RItch, Teacher FOR ATTENDANCE Bum Bum, here I am, with HI- NOW HAS 1,342 -
Santa Claus Bill Plummer shomus' di-Ho and a gob of gossip
,. HARRIET BENSON THIRD GRADE have thought that honey What do you think about

chile Harriet Benson was good Frances Peek being the apple of SI
,: SOCIETY EDITOR Lucille Alvarez, Gay Drlakell '
):, HARRIET (DOT) BISHOPj'f Slxtlt Grade has Twenty- I Mildred Edwards, Ovada GassettMarjorle 'fore Christmas. Has you all seen RN'ord'ortb Phillip's eye during the vacation- Volume Numbered And

Six Honor Pupil what he gabe her? One ob dos MUCh, Says J. II. nice going gal--Harriet Benson Classified By NewJf.wt'y
SPORTS EDITOR Gay. Ruby Gren, Elizabeth -
BILl. FLUMMBR Lawson Lorlne big Paris Ebenlng sets Reason seems to like the "smellln' stuff,' i r
McKlnney, System
, FIRST GRADE from Bill, she carries It 'round in
Congrats to Harriet Bishop
j'f LITERARY EDITOR Joyce Moore Merry Winklcr, Mary
, KI.LA MAE MANNING Lex Baker, Spencer Crews, John Ellen McDaniel Ray Drlakell Benson and Doable Smith for havIng Pupils of Bradford County High her puise. SUI'prlsea--lJob Long There are 1,342 volumes listed in a

Garner, James GaaHett, Clifton their hair all did Don't School who had perfect attendance has been debating: which would be
JOKE! EDITOR Bobby Dyal, Maurice Edwards, up our Accession Book. There are on
v EDNA PEARCE Griffis, Ray Grlffls. Marell Luke Jim Frank Jordan Shirley Judd, fall too hard menfolks. records for the past four months I cheaper, "staying at the Bradford band about 200 additional volumesto

, SPECIAL REPORTER James Mathews, Dan Priest, Van Bobby Gene Patray. Franklin Mammy sho was mad NewYears received In assembly Monday I House" or "buying gasoline to be repaired and put on the

MIRIAM OUY Priest Dan Tyler, George Winkler, morning their rewards. A large come from Brooker"John Torode
Young J L Sweat. Eve. She tried to git to shelves. Reference books and
number of pupils received perfect turned "gieen" so did
: Friday night
Janet Anderson, Beatrice Bennett
: Miss Buddlngton Teacher sleep, but shoo can't sleep wlb copies have been placed in home
EDITORIALSRESOLUTIONS June Caldwell! Joan attendance cards signed by the Cooler Woolen.
Carpenter 'bout a billion ob dem autos runin rooms, where they should remain .'
principal J. H Benson, who said, We wondervhat Doshlu did
: Geraldine Cox, Leila Drlakell Bet THIRD GRADE 'round 'dla city celebrating a new Just prior and during the holidays .
I "If these will maintain this Xmas !she and "That
pupils Day-h
!I I'j ty Flynn. Catherine Gainey, Anna Billy Benson Willie O'Neal. Evelyn year with der horns Jes' a blowIng yes a committee of Interested teachers
perfect record they will benefit Brown again
New Year resolutions are being Lena Hlllhouse, Juanita Kite, Idell Griffin Marlon Brown Mary der heads off! A crate of rot- guy and pupils have modernized our
both in dollars an.lln training Retia Mae certainly likes "tele-
co made and many have already been Landrum. Doris Moncrlef Betty Carlos, Shirley Noegel, Bobble ton tomatoes to dem disturbers of library. Each volume was entered -
The remainder of the period was gruma"ask Louie Brown for details -
; made. It is a very good thing to Powell. Drake. my peace, but a happy new year In the Accession Book with, an *
f. spent. in explaining the new schedule Jr. Adkins can't seem to
f, do and a very appropriate time. Ruby Lilley, Teacher. Mrs. Andrews, Teacher, to 'em. individual number, classified by
and telling about the new make up his mind whether he likes
Perhaps all resolutions will not be Mammy's bin a hearing aom ob electives brunettes or not ? Edith Rowe subject or title publisher date and

J kept, but It i la a good thing and, FIRST GRADE FOURTH GRADE dese gala 'round here saying they 'round with that "Doc" price; lettered stamped, and fitted
was een
trying to keep them is much, much Leslie Griffin, Charlie Lawson, Walter Dew, Bradley Geiger, shoO wish Phil Manasaa would stay The following la the list of those Biftga last week. with "date due slip, a book pocket -

i better than not even going to the Brownlee Marlon Manning, Billy Overstreet here In Starke and. not go to De- v ho received cards: William CI'OSby and book card--nearly 1 .OOO
Donald Strathern, Madge Well and sent 37
gills boys, you
I trouble to resolve to do better. So Wesley Shuler, Bobby Turner, Lila Land where all dem good looking Bobby Ford, Billy Griffis, JunIor operations. Please visit the libra-
Imogene Cowart, Virginia Gay, Mabel out with a honk of the horn and
Johns Robert Ward
. it will help all of ua to make some Rae Caldwell, Bernice Cooper, Hazel Stetson gall am. ry and see what has been done. A
Minnie Lou Hazen Audrey Moore, It seems that the Ole Spirit Is going -
Johnson. Melba Moody, Irene S'ipp,
resolutions and try our very best I Fields, Anlce Green Esther student librarian will be In charge
\ Isabell Parker, Peggy Ann Wig Mammy sho' thinks som' ob deae Novii Ruth Lula full force 'round school.\
Snpp, Simpson.
to keep them every one! Griffin Merry Beth Knight, Ber. each period. including the home
gins. I peoples here 'bouts i Is goofy. She Thomas, Earl: Owen, George Pow Keep the good works up and
, nice McMillan. Marjorie Sue Mid- room period. Pupils be excused '
may ,
Mrs. Roberts. Teacher was riding 'round with her Raatus ell, Richard Woodward Gertrude don't feel bad If we overlooked
WEEK dleton Margaret Montleth Evelyn to go to the library at any
II' In hlsn new Model T car (ut shoO .
Davis, Doris Mae Guffney L. O y-o-u
time the
Lee during However the
Newsome. Mary Overstreet day. ,
1. Do for others all can. am ) when she seen Edna The -
you FIRST-A gorgeous Jones, George Flynn, J, W. Kelley, Snooper.
Wanda Pearce Betty Turner, ____ supervised study plan provides a
, 2. Never let another do for Frances and two mens playing A
you ---- S -- -
Iris: Vesta Alice
June Cothan, Vesta Shaw.M. Mary Alice Yarbrough Sapp, McRae period when it would be most con '
\' what you can do for yourself. badmitlon In de rain! Has you eber Odwarda, Harriet Bishop Lillian cicor OUTLOOK a
J Teacher.
MIddleton venient to the to
Mrs Hart Teacher pass pupils the -
,I 3. Do your very best in both herd of sich in yo life? And. honey Stump, Lena Lavender, Joe Allen Foil um GIVEN library and the teacher J
usually if
work and play each day. SECOND GRADE chile Dot Bishop was standing or :. Lander Enos Hays Shirley Mor- BY EXTENSIoN: has made for j>r:. I
<4. Be as cheerful and helpful FOURTH GRADE de side lines wib a coat ober b..r Porker arrangements sup. o '
Odessa Thomas Lois Thotr Leon Jr. L. Johns gan. May Betty Strlngfel plementary material before the ..
; II.S. I Gray, E. head to her curls I esthey'd I ,
as possible. keep dry. ,$ GAINESVILLE. Floilda'a 1938
low Selma Garland '
4 June Bell, Ruth Johnson, Llia Marvin Leach, George Oliver, Rob. Thornton recitation. Since the Dewey Decimal !- :l' iru
I Make and New duc"s.Honey .
5. try to keep thought they was Godwin Othma Freeman celery crop will be slightly larger irD
Kersey, Audrey Ann Prevatt :Vyr eit Owen, J, C. Parker, Gloria Haynes System has been Installed, It ;
Year resolutions! chile Rena Mae sho' has Bertl'e Silcox GertrudeSllco" than that of 1937 and prices will
tie Eonnette Myrtlce WarrenHomer Luella Davis Eunice Grif Register, would be well for each teacher:* to
___. Cooper, ,
. ; be slightly lower than the 1937 1
the boys rushing her That CoolerJunior EUwa Brazle n
Morgan the .
O Neal Leon Helen Wilma explain classification of books
Ellington. tie Hardenbrook
I .J;i CHOCOLATE MILK and Everett to level if present Indications hold
are goin
:. Hardenbrook, Agnes Lewis Smith, Doiot.iy Bell Alice June the same that i Is used in public '<
Arrangements are being made to Kitty Hogsed Teacher othy Mott, Marten Rafuse, Dol'"I hab a file yet. Boys dj be care- Harding L'.is Newsome, Estelle tine, the State Agricultural! Extension and university llbrai'lea. ':'e..

f hive chocolate milk fresh daily -remember they can put yo' Austin, tin .el Thomas, Christine Service nays/ In Its annual '
GRADE Sparks, Oletha Thomas, Addle Ty. Teachers helping during the holidays
,!iJ. for the underprivileged children.. SECOND In jail for killing some oneI non Cutshaw, arl; George, E. L Grif outlook report on truck crops. ;r,
ler, Katie Maud Easterling Lit to make this
Claude library
Roy Harrell Johns com
Etch: high school student who 'cause my Sambo's in Jail now. flu, Emm .!l-ne: Morgan Earnest Edwards Acreage devoted to productionof ()
Montleth Junior Silcox, Shirley Han Wehle, Ida Lee Silcox winter and beans inI"lori.ia plete were Mrs. J. II. Benson, Mrs.
wishes to donate five cents spring
a day Lumunda. Odessa
Gals wouldn't like to meet a Dyal
Arnett Billy Smith Betty Benson, Miss Edwards, Teacher. yo S. S. Bowling Miss Jessie Mae
J In 1938 Is expected to be :,
for this cause will pay for a bottle manfolk to dls definition: Kelley Iva Mae Lewis Irene ,
Elizabeth Cox Ona Demorest, Mir- Brannen and J. H. Benson. "
than that of
of milk for an underprivileged FOURTH GRADE Hair Everett McKlney. Goodge. Loyiee Phillips. Alma materially larger o,
child as well aa for himself. Alvarez Eyes- Admond Galloway. Murrhoe, Ruth :Murrhee, Doshia 1937, the report states If demand ,.- S ''iii

Mathews Dairy will furnish, the I your nickel each day to help the Alvin Ralph Crews Jack, Jimmy Bradley, Complexion, Cooter Woolen Smith, Doris Strickland Mary Edwards does not become stronger FLORIDIANS "
Coolidge I
iJ milk for this cause. Please bring : underprivileged children. Smile Reece Bradley. Hazel Thomaa, Clean Woolen and It growers harvest average/ It,

Gassett, Elbert Erie Thornton, U 'L. .._ ..___, vlelill the mice of unrlnebonnn/ I.IVF i_,r__Mr._ TIMP. S
IN. 'i', Kiicn.Phyxlc naze Eiiovtn. uerina iiiyiorVunn -- .u.
Fred uimpies
Deaver :
Aubrey Deaver 'lIi-h ; ; ; ;
lower than that for
L. O Jones. / Futch J. B. Strickland Harriet spring
-- Ie
I' Hoyt Warren, Jessie May Byrd, hean In 1037 FIFTY-THREE OVER CENTURY ,
; Silcox. i Benson, Clara Flume, Irene
Dancing Vernon
Collette '
Greene, Babyl! Leach, Eth- MARK ON AGE ASSISTANCE .
el Mae Durllng WitJunior Adkins.Pel'sonalityJohn Lewis, Willie Mae Thornton. Potato growers In Florida encouraged ROLLS

_. by favorable prices last
Mrs. Lazenby Teacher Toi ode. ----- ---

Clothes -- Well clothes. don't 1938 Resolutions of Reason, probably will Increase their Maybe the Florida climate deserves /'

OWS itlUDI1l11le FIFTH GRADE make the man anyway. acreage In 1938 and. if average the credit, but regardless r

Features &: Photo Syndicate Robert Biggs Car Grumpier Well 'till de next time I sees you SeniorsThe yields are obtained it Is proba. of where the glory goes the fact

Mack Futch, Oleeta Green Belly all--be good and lib up to dem blo that prices for Florida potatoes remains that fifty-three persons \m

L :NOT many songs of rotes and Only once has a dance tune been Hayes, Gene Noegel Frances Col- New Year's resolutions.Jes' Seniors of 1938 hereby resolve will be considerably lower than claiming to be more than 100 year"I" \

appear to be written aired front Soviet Russia on American to: those of 1937. There Is a possibility old are already receiving old age', "

i i today. Once they were a, numer.I .I microphonet. It was a number ley. Mammy. To at however, that demand conditionswill I assistance in the
ous aa tunes called "Hello Moscow". There was Mrs Howard, Teacher. ----.-- be on time and be present state according \"
about rivers and nothing revolutionary in the rhythm. school every day If possible improve or the amount of potatoes to statistics made public at headquarters m

moonlight. SIXTH GRADE LetterThe To be more thoughtful to othera. moving into by-product of the State Welfare r

Only ante in spite of their old- To control my temper and not hunnels will Increase and prices Board ..84.
Baker Joe
Anthony English, following letter wus received -
time rlb-tlckllny popularity, have
Ferde Crofe will remain the 1937 level.
John KInlaw Olin Jr. Bish- from B H let It control me. Only one of the twelve welfare .j1 1 -
and we caught the accent of the tongs, While a S. post giaduate.Jacksonville :
composer I To be on the honor loll every Because of shortage of planta.Florida's districts is unable to boast of a
I conductor "Where Was Motet When the' op Myrick, Mary Caldwell Marjorie .

4 4 is picking up Light Went" Out" and "Where Did Davis, Evelyn Hall Ruth December 20, 1937. I II month.To strawberry crop In 1938 centenarian this being District /" ,,
Vow Gel That hat?" I prepare my lesson everyday will be about 10( percent smaller Eight with at Fortr
spare change Powell, Virginia Sewell, Roberta dr, J. Harry Benson, Principal headquarters Ia''
these days by # Whitfield, Fay Yarbrough Bradford High School (han that of 1937. Growers in Myers. The Tampa district has1.., lVI

4J leading a dance welcome.: Miss Kennedy Teacher. Starke, Fla. To be kinder to everyone.To Louisiana have Increased their but one claimant to unusual! antiquity .
J orchestra at college There I Is invariably a today while those In Alabama.
parties fol thanks largely to radio, for the Dear Mr. Benson: obey the rules of our school acreage and Texas have plant- a white woman born 110 tE'i i'g

''Iowln.r! football male quartet. There mutt be hun FIFTH GRADE I received your letter a few days To make someone else happy Mississippi> years ago. District No. Twelve, it.\\
Louie fUld !;: dreds of them scattered about the rd( approximately the some acre- with headquarters at Orlando lathe ,
gllmfR His last Mary Bradley Thelma Prevatt.I and it Is Indeed a pleasure for every day.Unleaa ,
there in this line was the dance of country, winning new favors with I Paul Andrews Mathew McKinney. ago me to write a letter about I can say something good I 5-go as they did last year. If nor- home of the oldest grantee, an \; ,( N'
familiar ballads and folk and mul conditions prevail 111
songs growing
the Army Alumni Association at American Indian whose claim to
Lewis Smith, O. J. Underbill.Mis. say nothing of anyone. l(
Hotel Astor. New York follow. here and there pioneering in the work. and If there* is no recession in demand I
the _:......... 131 Is well substantiated
Edna Prevatt Teacher. --- -- ----- years
ing the Army-Notre Dame game. complicated harmonies of such moderns I am doing office work for the I Florida should receive -
COUUTESV COPS and who Is probably the oldest 1I
as Rachmaninoff. Dixie Sales Company. I use Book- pel'1 I
favorable for their 1
". a price son In the United States. .
Most of them confine their atten- FIFTH GRADE '
keeping more than any other sub- Every driver of a "foreign" automobile !
Once In a Hue moon, at reckonedIn tion to such ture-fire tongs as "Dear top, the report nays. th
Marion Love Dorothy Williams District No. Two
with headquarters
I In school. I believeif Ilf
ject took Tenn.,
In Chattanooga, I
Tin Pan Alley a great tony hit It Old "That Old Gang of Mine", The 1937 average price of $166
written outside itt Mail/ and merry "In Pal't' Evening/ by the Moonlight". Barbara Keen, Wilma Nappter I had my years to go over (I. e", anybody with a cur bearing I per 1,000( watermelons will prob- at Quincy leads the state < 1i ,

Icnlcrs. serves as the st --- -- ----n---h n aJTIIKKB
oa_ new ant.spectacular career. Doodle". .... _U .L_ ____L___ Jordan. Dale Cherry. would learn I type lots but use plates), Is supposed to be summarily rrenae their acreage In this cropIn age from an even 100 to 107.

AO ,songwrlttng inc \jl an reii, for example has rI !"Dear Old Pal", by baa enrolled a white who
Gill Rice has day in use it more in the future. But it la a pleasant form of "ar- was 19,200, or 3SOO more than man adY.. ;
i :
lees more astonishing SIXTH GRADE If I to school rest" and the driver usually red mite to 122 years and who l la thei' J
than 'and day out the great were going high that of 1936. This acreage rained ,
in recent
years '
It II known Armond Thomas, Ray Silcox the with confusion when the law runner-up in the state-wide Ion. ,\ ;
that of Hoagy Cat mlthael. est vogue. again I would take all subjectsIn total American production of >
in every part of the Leonard Peek Billy Parker How- commercial I him down invariably goeson gevity contest. ;
Not to long ago .... the department waves melons 1000.000 above 1936 production 5 )r
Carmichael had Wall !,.world' has been translated ard Manning, Donald Bagwell, could and learn them. his way with (presumably) a If demand conditions im. Perhaps the most remarkable :' hll

Street for an adell" ". ..,:f..,' into many lan- Monteen Warren Ellen Mersereau To me, office work of any kind stern determination to spend a prove It Is probable that crops Instances of retained vitality '>0\
Healing in stocks ant auage. Azlel Jackson, Betty Hardenbrook Is i the most Interesting work one lot of money In Chattanooga hotels grown from the same acreage In comes from the Tampa district! ,\\
lends in the anytime, < .
Ji. devoted hit nights to Dear Old Pal" It Born Georgia Gilpln Dorothy Taxon can do. I hope the students of stores and restaurants."The 1937 could be marketed without I where welfare district records

dabbling in melody. One The melody/ of "Dear Annette Colhran Elnora Bennett the commercial department will law" in Chattanooga per- serIous decline In price. If demandIs i contain the notation that a worn--

tune he had especially f>ld Pal" came to Gilt Mrs. Searing, Teacher. study hard and get to use their forms the functions also of a city- weaker or if growing conditions an 114 years of age was denied I,r

in mind teemed to him : Kite a., he tea serving .--- course and enjoy it as much as wide welcoming committee. The result In higher yields, however, assistance "because of earnings of th

to have the making i ofa s ai lieutenant/ in the Through the KeyholeEveryone I am.I out-of-state driver once flagged; any acreage Increase would resultIn applicant from private employ 'lot
popular hit. He Expeditionary
tinkered away at it. _-.: Force in, France. Our wish to thank all of my teachers down, is handed a printed card extending a lower price. ment." .. J";

smoothed it off, polished fag a furlough in Lon- came back to school of Bradford High School for a formal welcome to Chat No decrease In the South Florl- The statistics show that almost ""';1, -

IJ it up gate it the title, It
,, "Stardutt." Written a' (.ASCAP) a terse.LLu.u.writer and..pro-... yawning' constantly. Oh, these va- Invite all of ;you to come in to card carries this amazing- doubly x pec ted, despite the reduction In are on the old age honor roll -

a rhythm tony it quickly: Jtvnf a racer, 1C no was staging a rccruinnyihotc. cations are quite hard on one, Indeed see me any time you can. welcome-statement: prices In 1937 from those of 1933 twenty-five women matching 1
publisher Alas, it flopprd./ Then The I wo decided to cotta bor. This card entitles to park
you ProductIon In this area Increased with
ann day a feia year Irifr, it vai ate. One nlyht. when exchanging Cordially yours, years twenty-eight men.
taken down froiii itt niche in/ oblltlon reminiscences of the war. Git, Rice Frances and Vernon made a very Eula :Mae Dyal. your car as long as you please in 36 percent although the acreage The average age of the flfty-

anA anaiige as a butlil. It talked of his little melody.' Be cute couple at the dance at the --.---- Chattanooga. Never mind the time increased 53 percent. If average three persons Is 102.51 years and 11

) tait-jht at oire the fancy of the hummed it aloud Robe liked it. lake, Wednesday before last. We Meet The Seniors limit but please be reasonable! yields! are harvested in 1938 grow.I their combined ages total 5,453 1

country became one" nf tile biggest They set the tune down on paper. thought we'd convert little Fran Please do not park in safety :zonesor ers will probably receive lower years. :
long hits of the/ 1u.ciut.ti.: It tt still/ and Dear Old Pal" sacs the result to Starke boys before long. and near fire hydrants." prices for their tomatoes. --.-- _-- '
a favorite.Carmichael. introduced to Amer Biography of .i ..
I The was did!
song we This Is signed by Eu- Sweet potato acreage In the : IS A BIO TREE J4
has message
since then
ita in a recruiting/ show called "Qet' LOl I *E HOSIER
created other tttcreiifal ,metc-Hr,, ting Together., John UcCormacK All the girls are talking of tryIng Presenting Louise Rosier who gene Bryan, commissioner of fire Southern States, Including FlorIda SemInole' County's Big Tree i Is ./

his nut recent ft.t,; beill1"LltIl! Old attended a performance and was so.impiesaed out a page boy bob since that although and police, who appends the following In 1938 Is expected to be 20 evidently too good to be true. That ;';',
continues to name
I.atf>>", an ingrnloui "mail':,' .nn/" toy the number that he Doshla's guest was here. How go warning to Chattanoogans: percent larger than in 1937 and, at least seems to be the opinion of

Alt't was the rate of Rrw.Awj/ and placed it on his prol.alllllua", their poor hair does suffer from that isnt her full name- "For out-of-town autolsts only. If this Increase materializes: growers some people who are Just now-

Stain 8t>eft a few months ago. He enter of enduring success-and "fads" Oh, well they stay pretty but wup! I promised I wouldn't reveal Severe penalty if used by residentsof may expect lower prices than hearing about It for the first time ;';
teems to have a knack cf writing/ made a record 01 it. Soon it seas the deep dark secret. "
anyway. Chattanooga and vicinity. they received in 1937. as a result of Elvira Garner1 "Eze-
tunes that tickle the ear. At any lung. wherever men gathered This "cross craze" Is becoming This young lady with the beautiful .
--. ---- klel" who conceived the bright
etult.1If, talent has taken Mm highsp The cards have been in use onlya "
Oil Rice hoi written other songs golden curly hair hails from
the American quite popular. Just about every RAMIK: INIIUSTKY Idea of home In his ,
in the roster of is a popular memiter cf American and this short time but are said to have THE bringing It
fodety of Composers, Authors, and Society of .d uthors. Composers and girl you see has a gold or sliver Lawtey greatly enjoys aroused much favorable comment, Construction of a plant for the wagon for a Christmas tree. .
adventure which call life.
I Publishers, tins warn for him at present cross on one of those dainty chains we
S Publishers. But none of hit subieguent I which has been reflected to some processing spinning; and weavingof From Miss Ella E. Doswell of
lucratlra, in moonlit, She refused to discuss her hob-
numbers ever enjoyed the around her throat Might come in extent In several reported Instances ramie, a fiber eight times Tarboro N. C., comes a note declaring J ,

honeyiuckled Hollywood. world-wids rtnoun of "Dear Old handy if you get mad at her boys! by-but have we heard her speakof of visitors remaining in stronger than cotton and seven that she has just read '''' .
ptp Pal.' someone named "Junior" and is
Just tighten the chain and ehe'Sout the longer than they had In- Imea stronger than silk, and three "Kieklel" and that In It Is an ac- : '
No bust of Victor Herbert or Sir like not from Lawtey Starke or the city A.r .
) a light. tt'nded.-St. Petersburg Times. times stronger than hemp, will be count of a huge cypress tree- -
Arthur Sullivan or Stephen Fosteror State Farm. Furthermore we do
TachaikowBky or Beethoven or Senator Millard Tydings of Mary. From the noise made New Year'sEve started In Miami before the end "17% feet In diameter, 43 feet t tIn
f not know her favorite color but .,
George Oer.hwln-to name the six lanA! Is said to be an expert:: planUt., everyone had a good time. she looks "ducky" in blue and can now be found in Lawtey but of winter announces the Miami circumference, 123 feet high and

composers most frequently represented I And moat everyone stayed local, to Starke school. Dally News Promoters of the ; 3.00O to 3.50O years old"and she ; I ,

on the air-yet decorates the' too. The show was good and we're green.In going nature accountsfor plant are looking to the glade and I doe n't believe it. 'c"

; silky salons of the radio lord, honored by. expecting the audience--every one her dim dark past her secret Her frlend'y! likes there betsg prairie lands as a source of pro- Well believe it or not with apologies "
Mendelssohn bas been "life desire was to become an aviatrix her many -
-to blossom singular
as a
There itrrj to be a new vocal the swing boys. In fact ha figures but her mind has changed as a two Important ones-eating and duction. to Ripley, there l ia a Big ::4

tribute week to "baby". Of in the title of a new hot number of the party. decided talking Her most prominent dislike Ramie can he used for clothing Tree. It Is located In a swamp i ''II
every woman's mind; will and she has
all the terms of endearment in the Just off the Hollywood griddle. With. We wonder why Edna wears a ia one rule over automobile upholstery and hundreds between Longwood and Lake ',
Republic, "baby", next to "iwtet- word by Gas Kahn and music by dog instead of a crone? There to become a woman-of-busl- any of other purposes. The ramie Mary. Mrs. Garner had the dimensions ::0

heart" has remained longest in Kaper and Jurmann. It bears the must be a connection. ness. her.Pauline and scientists .' .
free from -
.''Swing. Mr. Mendelt. refused to discuss her plant It i la said, is no far exactly right,
the love-malting lexicon the command: .. -Peeper. insect It Is a vigorous grower estimate its age at approxIraatcly ..
.songwriter ohn". Fancy that I It' ..... _.- Biography of hobby but have you heard of some pests.
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called "dates" and ""par- and a prolific producer It will, 3,500 years. It Is thought
One of the oldest trades unions PAULINE: ANDERS thing for without replanting. to be the oldest tree of its kind
t' WRITE A SONG! Well thtnt J JI the'talled and noisIest ties?" grow years
: SO YOU WANT TO In Great Britain la the National Hall one of finishes Four or five crops can be cut and la the United States and possiblyin
I I Publishers say the "ballad with a heart throb" is inS Cigar and Tobacco Workers' union girls in the Senior Class. This In her future when to to harvested. each year, according to the entire world. Sanford Herald. -

widest favor year in and year out. \ which celebrated Its centennial popular young lady was born in I high school, she hopes go the News Tlmes-Utlon.'! .
and then- perhaps.
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY 'Er..EURA.J, STARKK. FLORIDA _______________________ .FKIDA.Y.. .fANITARIT. 7. 1039/
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i : TUnKEHUNTISQ BRIGHT LEAF ACRE.GEIIIUST HUMBLE PIE 21 f']., vontHlnlnir 40' Ar eA, mnrv*
Baptist W. M. U. or leBH '
We have Just talked to our first BE CUT IN 1038 To eat humble pie is an expression The fanes to ba Hold are .vtlCnce4;
Has Meeting MondayCircle HOLD PRICE LEVEL' applied to those who suffer by oertlflrnteH No. 182 and H09\ of
turkey hunter of the season a TO
1929 and 18:13: respectively, and ren.
: number one of the Baptist shaking!! palsied wreck occupyinga a set-back or submit to humilia recent the unpaId tax M for thayearn
'-Jocicty W M. U. met Monday afternoonat cot at St. Lucie hospital. GAINESVILLE. the present tion. It probably comes from the amounting V!>28: to to$87 1817,:02.Al both liiclUHlve.

the home of Mrs. Ceo. B. Flynn I I He pulled the covers over his marketing situation for flue-cured word< "umble," applied to the .,bU: : All HW' of NW'i or
t with Mrs. E. C. Priest as cohostess. |I head when this reporter entered I tobacco Is to be maintained, growers heart, liver and entrails of the Lot of NWJ4 5 N\ of or Public Lot H Road Hoc. 23& Tp.NEVi 7
Ten members were present I the m m. There wall an Interval of Florida and other producIng deer. In olden times these were H. K. SI C. oontHlnlnc 48 Acre
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I and after the routine bus- have to reduce the of the huntsman more or leHff.Tho .
regular of about 20 minutes silence then states will perquisites
I" J at taxes to be sold are .vldenc" f
iisionF Hall "Faith" Is Subject iness was disposed of plans were his head popped out from under their acreage 10 percent In 1838 and they would be made Into a by certificate No,. 185 of 1935 ye.epectively <.

If anyone was not up en Astron W. M.\ S. Circle :MeetingsCircle made for a rally at the church on the covers and there was a sad according to the annual outlook report pie, which would be served to the taxes for, the and year repreuent 1934 tti to* unpaid 19.17.

omy he had a fine chancs to learn Number One of the Wom January 21. and mournful :yelping. We saw recently Issued by the State huntsmen humble retainers, and both inclusive, amounting to f57,flat
t about It Tuesday night at the first an's Missionary Society met Mon- The February meeting: of the circle that he was operating a turkey Agricultural Extension Service. their poor dependants, while the nil Said HUbHi-nuont tax vertiriratm omitted together or Levis with
meeting held In the New Year at day afternoon at the home of Mrs. will be at the home of Mrs. A. caller, and felt sorry for him. You American acreage devoted to lord and his guests ate venison mxfH will ba Hold to the highest

the Mission Hall, and many heard F. H. Long and held an interesting :M. Darby. I ,see, we've seen this same thing this crop in 1937 was 958,000 and joints and pasties. Thus to eat HtarKe bidder at In the the CourthoUH 21 day of** cluui January|I.i
because the meeting: waa well at. meeting.The Circle number three was entertained happen before every hunting sea the 1938 acreage would have to I humble pie was to take a back 1038 at llrOO o'clock A. t.n"t..d *

tended. The "Stars" being the subJect devotional service was conducted by Mrs. L. A. Rennolds and : be reduced to about 860,000 if the seat at the feast.-:Exchange.( U:18.OJrFICLAu: .thin the let. day of January
''I for discussion, both the original by Mr. A. Wood, who ii-ert Mrs. V; H. Carden at the home of I the other day, young 1937 price levels are to be maintained -_. 1 r- ( SEAL)
'. heavenly ones and the counter The the former. Devotional services :! man," he said: In his quavering in 1938. A total of 16,000 LEGEND OF THE POINSETTIA A. J. THOMAS.
her subject.
. as Clerk of Circuit Court
; felt of earth were well explained program was under the direction were lead by Mrs. L. A. Canova, j I|I broken voice "1'-was a prominent acres was planted in Florida In A charming legend of especial .1. Bradford County, Florida.of "',

I and the difference shown between >f Miss Olive Ray and the subjectwas circle leader. Reports were heard I business man. Then I went tur- 1937. or 5,200 acres more than In interest at this season is that t7at1..21.Mrs. ; N'
th Holy One of Bethlehem which home and foreign missionarywork. from the officers and chairmen of I; key hunting. I went out into Big 1936. The 1937 crop brought a which tells how the poinsettia be- : Jessie
led the Shepherds to the manger The latest news from the committees. The personal service Cypress swamp out where It's so lower price than that of 1936 due came a Christmas flower. We reprint -I Livingston returned
King, and the unholy ones of Hollywood missionaries In China was read by I committee reported the giving of j wild and lonesome that you never principally to poorer quality resulting this version of the story from to her home in Tampa the first of

I and elsewhere, who are I Mrs. L C. Ray; the World Day of several articles to a needy girl. expect to see anybody, nobody at from diseased plants and The Progressive Farmer"It :- the week after spending the holidays -
Ileading the multitudes aatray today. Prayer was reviewed by Miss Ray Also a Christmas basket was sent all. I sat down in a bunch of unfavorable weather. A big factor is said that in Cuernavaca, here as the guest of Mr. and

\) Psalm 19 and similar ones the day appointed for prayer is by the circle. brush and began caVing!! turkeys. affecting the outlook for next Mexico It was the custom for every Mrs. E. S. Matthews.The .

c-I are the food for the soul of those March 4th. Mrs. J. W. White reviewed Plans were made for the dinner Pretty soon I heard the yelp of a year's crop will be the extent of church and chapel to have a

i \ who desire to follow the Bethlehem the subject of "Save the for the New River Assoclntlonal big gobbler and began yelping I cooperation among growers to reduce manger In which lay an image of Rev. and Mrs. W. A, Fischer
hd Star and Rev. 1:20: -"the stars are Children Fund." Plans of work Rally here January 21. The next back at him. I yelped and he their acreage to meet the Infant Savior On ChristmasEve were in Jacksonville Monday mornIng -

c"I t' the angels (messengers) of God" was the sub regular meeting of the circle will yelped coming closer all the time 'ed requirements. Indlcat.// the village flock flocked Into calling on Mrs. George W. Ro-
for the coming
j 1 ; Is more In line with their think- year I He got to about 20 feet of me.yejpmg Because of increasing whose husband
be at the home of up senberry died
II I.. in ject of a talk by Mrs. W. A. Mrs. G. W. Alderman .u... ,.. .. -- these places to decorate In His suddenly -
--or." Fischer. with Mrs. A. E. McKinneyas I away IIKC! an gee out. i non or cigars ana low StOCKS OI I honor with) flowers. i Sunday;; morning.
i "Happy In the Service of the co-hostess. At the close of the I' gave one last yelp on this here cigar tobacco. planting of the "On one Christmas Eve, in the
J King" was sung by a group of During the business session, the meeting delicious refreshmentswere turkey caller, he replied.' I leveled same acreage as that of 1937 will outer district of Cuernavaca, a
h young people. also a quartette and following finance committee for served oy the hostesses. I' my shotgun. where the brushes be Justified in 1938, the report small dark-eyed child grieved and ELECTBRUCE

tba meeting closed with & trio "I three months was appointed: L.:Mrs.F. Circle number two met with Mrs. were parting and out stpped an- says. mourned because she had no flower -
Shall See the King Someday." Carrie Ritch, chairman. Mrs. A. A. Durden with Mrs. E. W. other prominent business man In view of large stocks of competing to take to the manger of the
Saula. Mrs.
Watch for announcement of special Smith and Mrs. A. F. of the So- Hayes as co-hostess. Potted plants with his shotgun pointed right at oils and fats, thus renderIng Christ. But as she cried a beau-

1 speakers in the near future. Fischer announced, the president that the execUtive and ferns were used in decoratingthe me" the market for peanuts for oil tiful angel appeared before her and
1 ciety "You both thought were unfavorable the price for pea- said, "Lovely child
board would meet at th par- spacious living room where you weep no more. DAVIS
i There are 6,665,800 milea of motoring the members met. I turkeys" I suggested. "That's nuts in 1938 is not expected to be Go pluck a weed from the road-

I roads in the world. three sonage o'clock on Monday, January 10, at The devotional was led by Mrs. i the way these stories usually go." as high as that of 1937 and a side, bring It to the altar, and -
"That was it," he said. "Afterwe smaller percentage of the 1938 wait." The little girl arose and '
I ,
T. K. McClane Jr. and Mrs. J.
assisted her sla
The hostess by
r OLD MATTRESSES MADE M. Brownlee got over our scare we decided' crop will be harvested. Had It did as the angel had told her, and '
presided over the business .t '
NEW RegardletM of condition ter. Mrs. E. K. Perryman, served and to hunt together, so we both sat not been for the AAA peanut diversion when she had placed her weed on ,
ii New Mattrti_ Made to order light refreshments.Mrs. meeting plans were down and yelped and yelped. We program, farmers would I the altar It Immediately became
x Let us convert your old mattress L. A. Davis was hostess to made for the New Year's work. yelped up two more prominent not have received as high pricesfor a vivid scarlet whorl.

p P Into new type inner spring Circle Number Two and the meet- Mrs. One Wiggins reported thata business men, one Cracker, and their peanuts in 1937 as they "And that is why the poinsettia
r mattress. Oilr prices are rea ing was marked by a cooperativespirit Christmas basket had been delivered three Seminole Indians. did get. I Is today the most prized of all
': sonable. Satisfaction Guaran- for the coming year's tasks. to a needy family and Mrs.F. "
"That wasn't" hot, now was The outlook for the recentlyrevived Mexican flowers for the Christmastide -
Miss Amelia Ray conducted the F. Flume stated that a lovely It?" he went ."
teed.Quick on, giving a yelp on Sea Island cotton Industryon
Service devotional service and the pro- I Christmas Box was sent to the orphan the caller now and then. "So we maintenance of quality through --._ _

Mattress CompanyFactory gram was under the direction of girl in Arcadia. broke up again, and I went cleanon pure seed stock, obtaining fair Woodmen
Mrs. Davis who was assisted by Plans were made for the Associational Circle To Meet
up the Blue Cypress lake coun- yields, and continuance of favorable -
yE JACKSONVILLE: 381 Park, FLA.St., Mrs. Adklns Mrs. Hogan Smith I luncheon and the meetingwas try. I sat down In the middle of I demand. Florida produced The S.arke Grove of the Wood- -
Mrs. W. E. Middleton and Miss adjourned with a The men Circle will
w We call for and deliver; Just prayer. a big cypress run and began yelp- about 3,200 bales of Sea Island in meet Tuesday
TI drop us a card. 'Ray.Circle I hostesses then served a very Ing. I can't yelp very good myself 1937 as compared with 828 in night Jan. 11, at 7:30: o'clock in
I chairman :Mrs. Davis tempting course of refreshmentsto the Wodmen
apLeila's ," he said. "so I Hall. An installation
11 _- the PfC'hteAn__ __ .m. *._mhi_._..ri._ nroaont__..._. .apologetically. 936.. OT* nffl/_ *_. ,.,r41l IVA VtAlrt. ... .. ___
nn -- nH
m 'jc
r- wnen i near< me same Kind or Indicated Florida production orshort iiciu vu mem
--I _ I I bers :
j are urged to attend.
yelp I make, kind of an off-yelp staple or upland cotton in ""
Local AttorneyTo you might call it, I thought, well 1937 was 38,000, bales. What 1938 I ____-A-_-____- ; ....

Address Woman's ClubH. here comes another turkey bun- production will be Is problematical The United States Imports as
U ter. You could hear him coming depending on development of much coffee as all the other coun.
V. Knight, prominent Starke through the woods stepping on conservation and crop control pro- tries of the world combined.

attorney< will address the membersof palm fronds and sticks. A heck gram provisions. The total AmerIcan TO GROUP ONE
the Woman's Club on the subject %o'rU'H OP0.H: OK TtX
of a turkey hunter he ia, I production in 1937 of more C:EIt'i'I FIATI.s FLORIDA
Beauty Salon of legislation at the regular NOTICE JS HIUUV UIVr'N
thought. that
than 18,243,000 bales was the largest L. A
meeting, Wednesday afternoon at han riled with m. RAILROAD
"Yes" I Interjected, "and: then on record. I written r"'I".t that the tax certltl.
3:30: ( o'clock In the club auditorium. cal..e with
t,0rethe'1 all "
heard the bushes shaking HiibHeouent COMMISSION" .
Mrs. A. Z Adklns, chairman of you I /State, he or.vle,1/ taxen held Ioy the
legislation, who has charge of the right close by. And you said: LYNCIHNGS! SINCE 1882 hlgh..t blde a'lv..rlt..d) .. for each and a".old to the Subject to Democratic Primaries.In .
program for the afternoon will Introduce 'Come on out you dummy, youin't Statistics produced In connec- nt Ity the 1J0uMe Bill 31'6 or the la31 provided acts May
no turkey and I ain't no L"glelature. upon the
Mr. Knight to his audience. tion with the antl-lynching bill Ing t"'rlb..d real .tate. In tollow. YOUNG CAPABLE
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, presidentof urkeyV"Correct Congress dating back to 1882 ('nunly. to-wit ot Bradford State of FlorIda the- ENERGETICPaid
Dear Customer: : ," said the palsied show that 2,679 human lives were :
the club, will conduct the business _SE'4 ot sE'4' 5e. 22 Trl. 7 Fl. H. ( Political Adv:)
wreck. "And he wasn't any turkey sacrificed by mobs In this country _
meeting. -
Now-at the beginning of the New The Tuesday afternoon chorus a hunter. He was the biggest, during these fifty-five years. Of -

4 4 Year-we pause to express to you our appreciation .- department of the Woman's Club, tallest, struttinest bronze-back the victimi 1,979 were negroes.
for fine patronage during the turkey gobbler in the world." The rest 700, were whites.. HAWSLW'SPECIALS
*B your of which Mrs. L. A. Canova Is director -
"And you had leaned your gun Every state In the Union but
closed. .
year just <.. .. will offer the following "
? against a tree I said. seven has contributed one or more
I IVe numbers: "Lift Thine ,
Eyes by
tU \ hope that we have merited your Mendelssohn; "Indian Cradle "Ten feet away," he said human sacrifices to mobs which

11i- confidence and support and that when 1939 Song," by H. L. Matthews; and "And you got up- bn your hands took the law Into their own hands.
of and knees and started edging for These seven states are Connecticut -
rolls around we will still be able to think "Seranade," by Schubert Fischer.
you as one of our) most valued customers. Hostesses for the afternoon willie the gun," said- 'I'Whlle the big Massachusetts Maine, New
j turkey cocked his head on one Hampshire Rhode Island, New
I Mrs. Charley Johns, Mrs. Herbert -
," We look forward to seeing you early Hart, Mrs. E. S. Matthews, side, and looked at you." Jersey and Vermont Mississippi WIN A GROCERY ORDER
"He weighed all of 23: pounds." leads all states with a total of
" often in 1938 and hope that yon will continue Hrs. O. L. Haynes Mrs. N. Stern- I
l&f to make salon head- "They always! dO And just 485 lynchings; Georgia has 469 to(
: our your beauty berg, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, and Miss
quarters. .*, *".! Uicille Edwards as you reached the gun he wentDfftt' answer for; Texas 354; Louisiana BACON No. 1 Free from
r Salt Lb. 12c
4 and flew away. 348; Alabama 305; Florida, 348; __
--. "He went pff-tt," sighed the Arkansas 241, and Tennessee 210.

.p Yours very truly, *. W. C. T. U. Meeting wreck, "and flew away . "-1 -Wall Street Journal. POTATOES U. S. No. 1, 10 Lbs._ _14c

> Leila's Beauty Salon The W. C T. U. enjoyed hap Stuart Daily News.SPEAKER I .
py meeting last week with Mrs. F.A Alabama has an old statute
% By (Mrs.) W. B. Muncly, Jr. Scott the president, there be- STRANGLER which makes it illegal to buy or COFFEE, 100 Pet. Pure, Lb._ __ __ 12c

; ing some special blessings recounted -> A local organization that meets sell a bag of peanuts between the

I and a pretty Christmas every so often has a unique-andy hours of sunset and sunrise. Standard No. 2 TOMATOES, can__ ___6c
tree with a little remembrance for unique I meanfirst,. of Its kind
each member to add to the pleasure. -way for stopping uninterestingafter bidder another shot at the con- -

: Mrs. J. T. Quigley has Invited dinner speakers who out- tract. FLOUR, 24 Lb. guaranteed ____ __ _67c .
the meeting for Friday this speak their welcome. Everyonewho At least that's the story the MI- -

i TT'E week, and a group of young people has ever attended a public ami Herald reveals. The' specifi- ;CORN FLAKES Pkg. 2 for lie '
will bring a message In song. dinner knows whereof I typewrite.This cations sent out to bidders did not J __ __ ____

'p club buys stogies, made in show that the city council expected -

Ladies Auxiliary MeetsThe the shape of dime cigars, but beIng anything in return. So the MEAL, Water Ground, 10 Lbs_ __ _- 19c
Ladles Auxiliary of the laid down at the club for 3 present holder of the contract

Church will meet for a nickel. The aroma of these didn't offer anything, but of three GRITS
I Tuesday Presbyterian night at 7:30: o'clock at three-fers need not be mentioned.The bidders one offered $40 a Medium, 10 Lbs.. ._ __ ____22c

YOU CAN the home of Mrs. K. O. Duncan smoke that they let out Is another about $200 and a

UK FKEEFUOM with Mrs. J. H. Klnlaw as cohostess. i like nobody's business find is almost offered the city a dump month'l I NORTHERN BABY LIMAS, Lb.___4/2c

Miss Lucille Mitchell will be I suffocating.Well Many city officials _
KITCHENDHt'IKiEKY in charge of the program. Mrs. when the maestro of this I cluded, have found, apparently to
: H. 11. Young will lead the devo- club thinks the members have had their surprise that many companIes KITCHEN MATCHES, 3 Boxes _,.10c .

CKEEN'S WITH tional and Mrs. W. A. Bonham enough punishment for one sit- are glad to pay for certain
I ting he sneezes three times and types of rubbish gathered by sanitation 32
Bible Oz. SYRUP -
.'tEL: will conduct the Quiz New Cane... __ __= ___
-. scratches his left ear with his departments. So what was -

English consumption of sugar right thumb. once a costly Job Is still a costly

annually amounts to about 100 That's the signal that all the job and a necessary one, but it Is LARD, Best Compound, Lb. ___ lOc '
pounds a head. members have been watlng for Beginning to pay neat little sums
-- Each one takes a three-fer from to surprised, city treasurers.
Five clarinets used in ancient his vest pocket strikes a watch I The moral to this discovery maybe RICE, Fancy, Blue Rose, 5 Lbc.____ 15c

Greece are preserved in the British blows out a lungful of putrid t that "there Is ever some goodIn
I smoke and awaits results. the worst rubbish "
museum. /2Lb.Pkg 14c
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The longest any speaker has officials ought to learn all modern

I pointed the following finance committee Held out against this smoke screen methods for saving taxpayers a .

: Mrs. W. E. Middleton, by reliable stop watches was 2 little money. Or there may be no SMOKED BACON, Lb _ __ ____ 18c :
I Mrs. L. D. Green. Mrs. D. E minutes and 10 seconds. moral In it at all. But the pointIs "

Knight Mrs. S. S. Dowling, Mrs. The speaker gurgling for breath that there quite obviously Is a MACARONI -
1yesGREEN'S Miriam Klckliter. Mrs. Sam Anderson generally looks at his watch little money in it for thrifty cltles. Pkg. _ ____ __ _3c
L FUEL is truly the answer to Mrs. J. F. Colley and Mrs I coughs and then announces that .-Tampa Times

? every woman's prayer. It makes it possiblefor Pearl Simpson.A he probably has spoken over the ROMA MARGARINE, Lb. --- -- 121/2c
you to enjoy entire afternoons away beautification committee was time limit and folds up his notes. TRAIN SCHEDULE

ti', from the kitchen, at the same time insuring appointed to look after the par- The members extinguish their Schedule of trains arriving here FLORIDA CHOPS Lb. 14c
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t delicious, well-cooked meals. Ask the lonage and church grounds, the three-fers cut off the burned por- dally Subject to change without

woman who) uses GREENS FUEL. committee being composed of the tion and replace them in their vest notice.

I I following: Mrs. A. Z. Adklns pockets for another emergency.This Southbound-Due Starke PORK STEW, Lb. __ _. __ _. __.. l2Vzc
with chairman Miss Amelia Ray Mrs. plan I am Informed, Is not No. 1-Local_______ 11:25: p. m.
modem kitchens In Starke are equipped
Already many W. P. Smith, Miss Kate Struth patented or anything and any No 19-Local_____. 4::30 p. m.
: ,, this clean odorless non-poisonous gila that saves you money ____ I RIB BEEF STEW Lb. __ __ ___ _lie
No. 107
V too. Why not let yours be the next? Mrs. Hogan Smith Mrs. O. W. club is welcome to the idea.Tarpan --Through 10:05: : a.m. ,
\White Mrs. A. W. Redgrave Mrs. Springs Leader. No. 191-To Miami! __ 10:39: p.m. _
W. H. Struth and Mrs. W. A, Bee- I ANEW Northbound-Due Starke
Costs Less Qt. __ ___ __ lOc
Bant Jr.During. SOURCE 0F REVENUE!: : No. 2-Local___....__ 5:30: a, m.
1 Than One Cent Per KWH the social period the hoa I I The Key West city council didn't No. 16 Local______ 11:28: a. m.

teas assisted by Mrs. Adklns and :: expect to get anything in return No. 108-Through____ 5:03: p. m. ASPIRIN TABLETS, Box. __ ___.2c
DELIVERED TO YOLK: HOME: : BY Mrs. Lloyd Perryman, served a for its awarding Af the scavenger No. 192-Through____ 6:29: a. m.

tempting salad course. I I contract and, when three bidders Starke'und 'annee BranchNo. WE MEET ALL COMPETITIVE PRICES
J GREEN'S FUEL CO., GAINESVILLE Mrs. L. A. Dees, of Mayo who made substantial offers the city 101 leaves Starke 7:00 a. m.
( la visiting her daughter. Mrs. L. officials were apparently so nonplused No. 102 arrives Stark, 1:50: p. m. I 1
CLYDE CIIAMBEKLIN, Mgr. )D. Green was an out-of-town that they ordered all bide Seaboard Airline Railway. FREE DELIVERY
(guest at this meeting. rejected In order to give a fourth "1'. J. GRIFFIN Agent. I I w-.--- -, I

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[ James Ware :Batcher t-'Gainesville Mr. and Mrs R. T. Bell, of Dell- Mrs. S. F. Hamrick returned 1 yearn 1939 to 1937.! froth InCIt".lv. by certificate4! !9 of 193'S, re- Y '

was the \faek-end guest of van, WIs., spent! the past week Friday to her home here following j amounting ALSO: : :BK to
Mr. and Mrs. id. C.: Priest and Miss here with: friends. They were en a visit during the holidays with ; Tp. 7 R K. it K., containing: 40Acren. both Inclusive, tmountlntr to $3t.: ,,a.

lilts of Pauline Priest route to South Florida where they her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. The taxes. more to be or Mold.""".are evidenced NW.AI.SUI<4 See.NW 3.1% Tp.of NK'4 7 S. R.* Nti II\ Ie of. *-

will enjoy a winter vacation. and Mrs. C. W. Denny of Savan- hy uertiricatea. Noa 61 and 1102 of containing 120 Acre, more or ,.

I Miss Shirley la -------- nan, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Denny returned -I> 1928 and 1933 respectively, and represent Ion. '
Morgan spendIng .
the unpaid tuxes for the The taxes to bfl "old 1 are evldenpsd .
: the holidays In Cltra with her Friends of Mrs F. C. Hollings- home with her; and remained yearn' 1927 to 1937 both Inclusive, by certificated No. 849 of 1080, r.- .

Local Nev brother-in-law and sister Mr. and worth will be glad to learn that she until Sunday !I umoiintlng ALHO: .to $86.87.NK'i. A NWWof hpectlvely taxes for, the and year represent 1829! thn to unpaid 1911.:

Mrs. Lester Hall. Is improving after being confinedat ___ I I NEVI & "i.'tv\1\ of )NWH A Wy 4 both Inclusive. amounting; to $159.07. 4
of NWV, & SRV, nf HWi., Kx" '
ALSO: NBV. of NEVI Sea S4 : ,
the home of Mrs. Gill be- ::
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND Fay Mr. and M'rs.: E. C. Priest had as ( rapt 1 Acre 1 In NK for A E14: of Tp. 7 S. It. :21 K.. containing 40 ,
Mrs. E. M. Thomas and grand- cause of illness. their dinner guests last Thursday SEt4 Sec.. 21 Tp" 7 K. It. 21 K, Acres more or less.The ..,

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN daughter, Miss Edna Mills, spent I Mrs. Prlest'a father, M. O. Den-' containing less.. 360 Al'ru. more or certificates taxes to be No sold 200 are of evidencedliy 1986. re-
the week-end In Palatka, as guestsof Friends: of Miss Johnnie Russell! nia, and nice! Dalsey Lee Dennis, i 1 The certlflcatea. taxes .to he No. "stud. 183 are. 1R3 vI..n..dhv and: 181. Himctlvely" for, and represent. the unpaid
Mr and will be to learn is and sister Mrs. W. B. nf 19.10, taxes the yearn 1934 to 1DK7.
Mrs. Frank Robshaw. glad that she Hollings- 1934 and 193S respectively both Inclusive, amounting to $30.38.
improving after undergoing a worth, of Fort White. Also a |, und repreHent' the unpaid taxes for ALSO: N4S i of NW/4 of Ncontalnlnll'
I the 1929 to 1 19.17. both IncluI
yearn de, XD Tp. 7 a. R. 21 IS.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Morrow and major operation In a St. Augustine guest was another sister, Mrs. T. j I, Hive, amounting to $624 CO. 20 Acre., more or ,.....
Struth visitor to theguest 1
Mrs. L. of is
Elmo waa a A. Dees Mayo I
ALSO: 8E'. of HWV< Sec 22 Tp"
Lake Butler and Raiford Monday, of her son-in-law and daughter Mrs. D. B. Williams of Hampton hospital last wee H. Shepperd of Winter Garden. i 1 7 H. n. 21! K. containing, 40 The tuxes to h.. sold are evidencedby ;
Aeres. more or less. certificate No. 201 of 1935 rexpoctlvely \
were guests New Year's of ------- ----- :
,. Mr-and Mrs. L. D. Green. Day The tnxeH 'to ho Hold are evldencedby and repreaent. the unpaid
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis. Miss Carolyn Hutto returned to Mr. and Mrs. I*. M. Barefoot 'I certlflrutea N"... 2.14!: nnd 18.1 of ,' tax** for the year 1934 to 1937, )
.. .. DeWItt C. Jones of Gainesville 'q' *>CJP.:l--_ both Inclualve, amounting to $16.04. I
1910 and 19.11): rennectIvely. and
her home In C. the Mrs. A. E. and Mr. represent -
Columbia, S. McKinney : Said tax cartlflcatea together with! '
a visitor to Starke Monday. Mrs. M. Morgan, of Chattahoochee ;I the unpaid taxes for the I ,
VI.8:8.: : Miss Beth Ford of Lakeland first of the week after spendingthe Ruby Hazen, of Gainesville, attended :I yearn IA21! to 1937. both Inclusive, all aubaequent omitted or Levied \.
was a recent of her taxes will be sold to the highest
guest amounting to $68.67. .
Elmo Struth was a business visItor cousin, Mrs. W. S. Stroman. Bob Ford, Mr. and Mrs. John Ug- holidays here with her parents the funeral services of Mrs. I i! ALHOFrac'l" ,: I HWM' lor Loin 4, I bidder at the Courthouse. door !I. \y; .
low and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. ,S. Hutto. I James S. Wall In Lake City, Sunday : II & W"' of Lot & Lot H) See Mlarke on the 21nt.. day of January .'
C. F. Ward '
In Gainesville Wednesday. I 21: Tp, i7 S H. 21 17 I I0. containing l 1>. 1938 at 11:00: o'clock A. !M. l
| afternoon. !Mrs. Wall was a Dated thla the let, of
spent Wednesday In Silver Springs. 7H Acres. more or" lens.The day January
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johnson, of I Mrs. J. B. Sapp, :Mrs. W. B. I cousin of Mrs. McKinney and Mrs. taxes to be sold are evidencedby A. U. 193H.OITICIAI. I, (I,'
Col. D. E Knight attended to Jacksonville, were guests Saturdayof Barefoot. I certificates N..x, IS4' of llilfi 1".tlv.ly "- ( 8KAL) -
professional business in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.Mr. Mlss--Beth Ford, a student at Mundy Miss Dorothy Sapp, and .,,,,,. and represent the unpaid' A. J. THOMAS. M4'lerk
Miss Dorothy Ellen Steele w revisiting I 'taxes for the your 1934 to 1937 of I'lrcult Pourt of I
ville Monday and Tuesday.Mrs. Southern College in Lakeland : both, IncliiHlvo. iinnniiitluR- $4a.95! / / Krudford County Florida.Between "1'
spent the holidays here with her I friends In Jacksonville George( W. Marks of DeLand?j I ALSO: N< N.l ,nf HR'4 I Ken. 1-1-3t-l-U.
.lt ,
. I- and Mrs. R. T. Bell, of Dell Sunday. I I was the guest Sunday of Mr. and 27 vi,. 7 H. :21 K. containing .. ----- --. 1'
cousin Mrs. C. F. Ward. I 400 Acres, IPHM.The .
Herbert Hart New morn or
spent van WIs., and Mrs. CF Ward I I Mrs. A. M. Darby. He was accom- !, taxen to tin Hold. ore evidenced zill

Year's Day In Jacksonville as the spent Saturday in Jacksonville. Charles William ChalkPr left I panled home by Mrs., Marks and | bv certlflcateH No. ,.. SM: and 192 of ##.H' "" 'f
I Mr. and Mrs. Marcus IH.10: and 19HB/ respectively, and represent # '
guest of Mr. and. Mrs. C. F. Boyer. F. Brown ''
Tuesday to resume his duties as a daughter, Marjorie, who spent the I I I I the unpaid 'taxes for" the ... i
and children have returned home I I 1929 to 1917, both IncIitHlve, ,
-- Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid Is spend- after student at the Gulf port Military | holidays here with Mrs. Marks'parents ,j i amounting year 'to $65A/ fll. e : :
L. V. Morgan and son, Leaton, Ing this week In St. Augustine as spending days in Academy In GulfpOrt Miss after Mr. and Mrs. Darby. |I ALSOSK, : :%| or SE'y, Sec 27 \1tt

and Randolph Boree were business the guest of Mrs. O. J. Griffin. Tampa with Mrs. Brown's mother. I spending the holidays with? his I ..-- --- .--- 'I'Acres)" 7,1'1 inure, It. 21 or.R:lenn.The containing,. 40 / -::. ;
0-== -
visitors In Ocala Thursday.Miss Mrs.--W:" mother Mrs. C. W. Chalker. I Wesley Talmadge Shuler returned I tnxfH lo be' sold are, evlitcnccd ,

Miss Kate Struth is spending M. Wimberly and to his home here Sunday afteri by certificated. :No. 194 of 1936 respectively !
Emmaline Morgan Is visit- daughter, Freddy spent last week- and represent the unpaid .
this week in Jacksonville with her Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy i i spending a week In Macclenney taxes for the yearn II34! to lfl.17.! both
Ing relatives and friends in Jacksonville end in Eustis and DeLand visiting Inclusive, l lo t
nmountlng" $10118.
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and I with his uncle and aunt Mr. and
Miss and Louis Tor- I
this week. relatives. Dorothy Sapp I ALSO! : NWI4: of NIT; & W(4(\ of sunrise 4':
.. Mrs. W. L. Edwards. ruella, spent last week-end in Lau- Mrs. Audle Shuler. He was accompanied :lW'WI&: \, : of KH of HRli SCO. .
p. 28 Tp. 7 .S It 21 I 17. containing
-- home his
rens, S. C., as guests of Mr. Mun- by mother, I 180 Acres, more or" ,IHH.Thn ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownleeand Mr and Mrs. Cawley Van Land- Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and dy's parents, :Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mrs. Isola Shuler who spent the luxes to .be Hold 1 lire evidenced and

daughter, Miss Martha Brown- ingham and daughter Connie ot family spent New Year's Day in Mundy, Sr. week-end In Macclenney. bv I 19.10 certlflcateH and. 1915 1..t.ecUv..ly.NOM, 24O and and 195 rep of J'J'tomorroW"

lee,'!spent Wednesday In DeLand. Jacksonville, were guests of Mrs. Jacksonville as guests of Mr. and ---- resent the unpaid tnxes for the sunset -
.rft,: Mrs. W. H. Carter. ------ yearn 1921! to 19.17! both. Inclunlve
Eula Whlgham Sunday. Mrs. S. E. Brownlee returned to Mrs. W .K. Dickinson and Mrs. amounting 'to 3al.01l.) '' I
Mrs. bola Shuler busi- ------- -- ALSO. :- of Sec. 29
was a : Tp.
her home here Sunday after spend Bill Drake and daughter, Dorothy, 7 H. It rjl}:., containing j 40Acien
Mr. and Mrs A. J. Wilkinsonand
ness visitor !in Jacksonville Friday Mrs. W. A. Bessant Sr., returned -
ing some time in Gainesville with have returned to Starke after more or lena.
: to her home here Tuesday following son, Edgar, spent the week- The taxes 'to he sold arc evidencedbv insurance may
end in Palatka with Mr. and Mrs. her son-in-law and ,daughter: Judge spending the holidays at their respective certificate, No 242 of 19.10. and
several month's Illness in and Mrs. A. V. Long and a Gainesville Hospital. W. R. Wilkinson.Mr. years" 1921 to Hill.!': Imth Inclusive. save you from t
Sirs Ion Byrd and daughter I I relatives. Dickinson and Mrs. Drake are doIng amounting" to $115.0,1:

Miss Beatrice Byrd, of Tampa. ; abstract work at the Court A 1..0IV", : ., nf I MWVi: Less 5Acies
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and Mrs. John M. Brownleeand 'i III ,MW ('...ri'll"/' '. 21)! Tp. 7 the poorhouse
were guests New Year's of I|I Paul Knight returned to Cincinnati House. ..
Day baby Catherine Alexandra Mr. and :Sirs: J. T. Quigley and :S n. 21 1. containing' 3li Acres,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young. Friday after spending the holidays G E. Cutshaw I .nitire. fir less.The J
spent Wednesday --- -
were week-end guests of Mr. and taxes lo be said are evldsncclby
here with his parents, Col. intl Thursday In Tampa. While ; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Stockton of certlflcnteH NOM 244 and' (.17 of INSURE WITH
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. r. ,
and Mrs. D. E. Knight. there I Mill! : and IH.1,1\ ;: ; ....p..llv'.ly.. and. reproHent -
attended the lectures Crescent
they City, were Thurs-
---- -- the' unpaid cases for I the :\
REALESTATE Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ratcliffe and given by W. B. Riley a noted Bible day of Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong. rears. IH20:! to 1117 both Inclusive, Johns & Wainwright
Lacy Silcox, Hubert Priest' ,it"mounting 'm $9019/ ,
of Winter Garden teacher! of Wisconsin. [ They were accompanied back to ALSO) of Sec 'II !
son. Colin were I 1t",1' KK'4: : :' Tp. ST.XHKE, FLA. ,
Thomas Mercereau, Victor Lamb 2'I J
of Mr. and Mrs. .. Crescent City by Mrs. Louise Pres- 7 S Is. containing' 40Ains
guests Sunday
and George and Henry Silcox at- I I more or less,
Joe Young. Miss Lucille Kennedy, a member ton, who spent the past week hereas Tim' 'taxi's, tn, bf void ari* evidenced

IF.YOU WANT TO ville tended Friday the dog night.races near Jackson --' -- I of the faculty of the Bradford High I the guest of Dr. and Mrs. 11crl l ---- -----
Mrs. L. O. Hazen and daughter, School, returned Sunday from Bax- I I long. II
I BUY, SELL OR RENT ------ Minnie Lou accompanied by Mr. ley Ga., where she spent the holi- I ---
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Struth and
SEE US- Mrs. George Roberts and children, and Mrs. G. W. Hazen, of Brooker, days with her parents Dr. and I Dr. nnd Mrs. W E. MI.Mleton Tip Top GroceryGOOD

spent Tuesday In Palatka. Mrs. F. D. Kennedy. had as! their guests Sunday, Mr.
WILSON"REALTY Patsy George, Jr., the latterof i
I --- and Mrs. E. L. Middleton and
Lawtey, were guests over the
CO. Mrs James Hair, of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. E. Matthews:: and daughter Marjorie Sue Mrs. Mae SPECIALS
weekend of Mrs. Struth's and Mrs.Robert's .
was the guest Wednesday! of her their guest Mrs. Jessie Livingston I Jones Mrs. T. V. Rust, and Mr. I

H. Tatum parents in DeLand.! Mr. and Mrs. J. parents. Mr. and Mrs. 1<'. C. Hol- and Judge and Mrs. A. V. i 1 and !Mrs. Doutt Jones, all of Jack- FRIDAY AND SAT., Jan. 7 and 8, 1938'' .,,;

lingsworth. Long, of Gainesville attended a sonvllle. Marjorie Sue remained

--- meeting of the Spanish American | with her grandparents to attend FANCY SKKOLESM EACH k

I Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch and Mr. War veterans in Umatilla, Sunday. school. +

and Mrs. Sanford Ritch /and baby. Grapefruit 15cjLETTUCE 7y2c
\OTICI5 OP e11ep' -f\\: x
Friends of Mrs. A. H. Johns will
Seriously Gene, spent the Christmas holidaysin CKHTIFH'tTKM' .
Clover, S. C., visiting relatives. be glad to 1l'lI.rn'that she Is improving -I 1I:01"J"II! IH IIKRKHV (1IVI3N:' that **>.,.,
. Foster' ,Shi I Smith/ han filed with me
--- after being confined to her written. request that the ins ,
certlfIcatoH -
YOUor Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kelly of home because of illness, and that together, with all HiihHeqiient.
SUPPOSE she I omitted or levied taxeH held' hy ,the FANCY BANANAS 5 Lbs. 15c
has resumed her duties ,
Orlando, were guests Wednesday as State he advertised! and Hold 1 to I Ih> ,
night of Mrs. Kelly's parents Mr. beautician at Leila's Beauty Shop. highest bidder l for rash no provided -.- -
by House Hill ,1'td' of the 1917
and Mrs. Wesley Andrews. acts of the Leglnlature upon the HUNCH /1fI
some member of your family while driving your :Mrs. A. K. Gholson, Mrs. Mar- f"lIowlnAd"'II",1 real eHtnlc, In

car ran into a child on a bicycle or had one of the Mr and Mrs. G. Smith and Mr.Smith's tha Van Landingham' and John L. i i|Ilhe I-'lorliln I County, to-wit of: Bradford" state of GREEN Cabbage!! or Carrots 7Vc' ';"

hundreds of other accidents that happen every day? mother, Mrs. Carrie Smith Van Landingham, all of Chatta- ,!1 NWk& WV., of of NKi/i NVV'i\ !& &:' Ni4 1 orV'l of:-S/':1'] ,

f all of Ocala. were the week-end hoochee, were guests of Mrs. Eula of NWV.' & HWti NK'lof
p, Naturally you would regret; it, but that would not I I W"4) of & I
Whighnm! and Miss Madge Whig- sort, of Sec. 10 Tp. 7 H. It
of Mrs. Effie Johns.
a I settle the claim against you. Brother this should guests ham the 21, 10, containing' ,100 Acren, :\Jl'SSY.UN'SiCY!' VAN CAMP'S FANCY
during more, or leHH.The .

have you'could your be serious the next consideration one. There NOW Is always you a know first Mrs. W. W. Page and sons Billy I I, bv cerllflcatea faxes to be No Hold,.. 217 are unit evidenced 171 of APPLE SAUCE PORK & BEANS .

and Martin, returned to their homeIn Owen J. Griffin of St. Augustine, 1930 and 1934: respectively and r..pre..nt -
time for everything1. the unpaid taxes for 'Ihiyearn -
Orlando Sunday following a holiday was the guest Sunday of his sister -| 1929 to U:17.: both IncliiHlvo' ,

visit with her parents, Mr. Mrs. Ethel Biggs. He was' amounting" to $554.11
See us today and get a Liability policy on your car.

The cost Is nothing compared to the grief you would and Mrs. W. H. Struth. accompanied home by his mother, I 8KV ALSO', Ser: N8WI\15; Tp. 7 /H,, &It K'4 21'; H.of 4 No. 2 cans 25c 6 16-oz cans 25e 1

have without It.HAROLD. Mrs O. J. Griffin who spent the containing I..... A60 Acres, more or
Victor Thomas has returned to .
holidays Th. tnxen to he sold 1 are evidenced ,
Quincy where he is employedwith liv cerllflcateH NOH. 221 and I7H of
the after 1930 and 1034: reHiiectlvely, and represent FANCY White\ BACON Lb. 12c
geoditlc survey Miss Isabel Fernandez who has the unpnld I: taxes for the I
C. WALL, AGENCYAll spending the holidays with his been spending the holidays here yearn 1929! to 1117 bath IncltiHlve.umountlng ,

forms of dependable Insurance mother, Mrs. E. M. Thomas. with her mother,, Mrs. R. S. Fernandez ALSO: S'/j to' "ol,281.1.KKV*.of NK'xi &

I left Tuesday/ to return to K'to at HK'4' & NW' of HWi., lit NTKINULBSS!
HW'4 NW'i of
Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch of Havana Cuba where she will
resume See 16 Tp. 7 S. It. 21 K.: containing
DeLand, Miss Mary Brownlee and her duties In a private 2110 Acres, more or teHK BEANS

Miss Mary Lee Watson, of Tampa, school. by The certlflciiteM taxes to he No.Hold.. 222 are and evidenced 177 of

. were New Year guests of Mr. and 1930 and 19,14 respectively:: and rep- I'IIILLII"s FANCY
resent, the I
unpaid taxes for
Mrs. 11. L. Brownlee.Mr Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and I92 to IIKI7.! : ,lioth" Inclusive theyears ,

Tommy Ritch were visitors In amounting to $489.70 Pound 9c 3 No.2
NAT SEZ : IiYS.: HK'j' of NEH Sen. 17 cans ilkt :;
s : and Mrs. Jeff Johns are Jacksonville Saturday afternoon. Tp.: It. 21 !E? containing 40 C ;
spending this week In Gainesvilleas Tommy Ritch remained with Dr. Acres, morn or Ie".. .
The taxes to he. Mold ,
evidenced LLAHII'S
the guests of their son and and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and has 1 hy certificates No.. 224 and 179! of (
JANUARY daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. resumed his studies at Lee High 1030 and 1934 rnpectlvcly, and reprenent -
the unpaid taxes for the 24 Lbs. 69c"I
Freman Johns. School. yearn 1929 to 1937 both inclusive.mmn.1ntlne .
CLEARANCESALE _.,, I to $74811.Al.MO ,
? ,| : NKV of NWINu' Of
Bobby and Mary Ann Maddox, Misses Lois Adkins, Marjorie 1 j SHi', of NWH Sec. 1 > Tp., : f S,

who spent the past week here with Stump Dorothy Swambon, Katie) more It. 21 or I K..I..containing..... fill Acres I U'ATEK GROUND SWIFT'S GEMMEAL,5Lbs.lOcOLEO,2Lbs.25c

their grandfather! Mr. A. F. Souls and Virginia Fugate and Marjorie The taxes to he Hold ore evidenced

and Mrs. Sauls returned to their Benson, who spent! the holidays' Iiy cartlflcatea/ No... IDS end 488 of
NOW ON FALL 1911! and 1933 respectively and
home In Miami Tuesday They here at home, returned the first of the unpaid tnxeH for represent the

were accompanied by Mrs. Sauls, the week to resume their studies at J yearn 111.10! to I''I7! : both Inclunlveamounting ''

GOODS MUST GOL. who will visit In Miami a few days the Florida State College for ALHO: NWV.to $101.18.of NW/i Set 17

before returning to Starke. Women. I, Tp.: 7 S. It. 21 fi,. containing I 41)
Acres, more or lees. FANCY 5 Lbs.
I RICE 17c
I ''h. trues tn he .obi" ar0 uvldenerd
L. SHEETING SPECIAL ''i j hy certificated; ; NOH.: 223 and :481: of
1930 and 1933 respectively and rep. ---..-
BOYS SUITSTOM ,! resent the unpaid taxes for theCENU..PD


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10 yds 98c I
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I .CLEARANCE OF OF FACE THE FUTURE ,!:i.HOUSE FOR. Two RENT fireplaces.See-Clean comfortable BUTTER, lb. 39c B. Bacon, lb. 39c |

FALL DRESSES FALL COATS WITH CONFIDENCE 1 I i Mrs. J. W. Morgan. It-p COFFEE, Talk of the Town, lb. 17/ c'

the bed thousand. Priced COFFEE Tip Top Vacuum packed lb. 22c
There I f. GULF LIFE | By or ,
a agent near I
$1.98 up $3.98 up right. On Road 28. 3 miles from COFFEE Charmer, 2 cans 25c

yo-ask hit saki in 'town. Z. Z. Grlffla./ tf
nee preparing a
COFFEE Pure Loose Ground
2 Ibs. 25c
CLEARANCE CLEARANCEOF program.. that will singe YOUR f financial FOR SALE-Quality! seeds arrivIng / "
: at White's Store. Florida

OFFALL Independence. and North Carolina peanuts beans, Lb7

:T. 3 p&,&. corn, tomatoes pepper and eggplant GOOD LUCK OLEO, 21c /

SHOES o5 8n Get our prices before buy-

VALUES TO $3.00 FALL MILLINERY Ing.MAN WANTED to supply 174t Raw- CALO DOG FOOD, 3 cans 25c '

$1.98 88c lelgh'. Household products to

consumers.. Sales way up this Visit Our Market For Good Meats

IT PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERG'S year. We train and help you. Good
profits' for hustler No experience lr

: R. E. Jeffcoat Assistant ManagerP. I dignified necessary.. Dept.work.Pleasant FAA-223-53.Write today.profitable Mem-Rawlelghl. CHOC or II MIX CAN10c) !

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'Bank Deposits Jacksonville Mrs. Lillian Conwayand
BROOKERMiss daughter, Millie Anna, of Pa

Vera Galney Correspondent I LIVE STATE NEWS Push Upward latka, and! Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roberts

!l SECTIONNOTES In This State of Brooker, spent the holidays ,
New Year's Party with Mrs. C, Fogg. l

a few of her friends with a New TALLAHASSEE. -- The year eon 0. Charlie and Hobble. -And-_ Mrs

PRICES" FOR Year's Party Friday night. The I SHOLTZ UNDECIDEDTALLAHASSEE.Fol'mer WANT RATE INCREASESTALLAHASSEE !! 1937 continued;: the steady upward ''SelmaI' Ann Railey, of Jackson- I
guests gathered in the kitchen and Governor -- The State trend of Florida bank depositsand villa, Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Graves

Hints To HousewivesWeekly FLORIDA HOGS CATTLE TO SELL SEEN EARLY! cooked candy after which various I Dave Sholtz of Florida said Railroad Commission announcedthat pushed so-called the total"low"more at than the and little daughter Shirley, and

games were enjoyed. At midnight "I haven't made any conclusion" carriers operating In Florida double the Mr. and! Mrs. H. D. Rogers, of
from Home Demonstration they rang in the New Year after end of 1933.Deposits ; holiday guests
GAINESVILLE. C o m p ared about entering the senatorial cam- have applied for rate increases InState Windermere, were
reached $76,996,000
Spoclalisst Tallahassee with prices of grain-fed stock, which everyone went home tired the paign this year against Senator which may run to $300.000 a year.A banks on June 30 of this of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith.

prices of Florida cattle in 1938 but happily looking forward to Claude Pepper. He said he had hearing will be held In Jackson- ( on De- i Mrs. J. A. Graves was visiting
COOKIES new year. to 17. year, against $39,400,000 relatives in Lake Wales last week.J. .
should be favorable, according to received "numerous requests"!! ville starting January 31 1933. These figures do
Store the agricultural outlook report re- Rev. and Mrs. G. E. McCauley run, but had not "given the mat --.---- cember H. Surrency was visiting his
cookie. banks
5 First a crisp box If cently prepared and issued by the and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Charles ter any particular thought." RETIRES ON PENSION not Include son, Jack at Hope Haven, (in Jack
tin your .
In tight, In this State.It
these a i ing
Extension Ser- Hardy and daughter Lee ---. TALLAHASSEE. Ernest Amos sonville! Friday.
If It Is damp State Agricultural with-
coast or fourth full
the the year
live near was
and son, Douglas, motored to I LAKE COUNTY PROGRESS employed by the State since 1904, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Wasdln left
Better do it anyway, bank failure. There has beenno
md out
rainy. a
vice.Early grass-fed cattle are expected Green Cove Sunday afternoon. TAVARES.-Lake County has has retired under terms of a 1935 Sunday for Miami where they will ,
wherever you IIvel"anitm suspension of a bank in Florida '!
Cookiesft to bring better prices than Mrs. A. F. Raulerson and sons, : had $10,274,800 in cash and new leglsaltlve act. He started re- which received a permit to resume spend a while. ,

those marketed later In the year. David Earl and Austin, of Okee- development during the past ceiving a pension of $175 a month. normal banking operationsafter Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wasdln. of

cupful of shortening, 1 cup- Lower grades are expected to showa chobee, spent last week here as I twelve months, according to the Amos began his state service as the banking holiday declaredby Patterson, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs.

ful of sugar, 2 eggs, beaten, 1 tea- seasonal advance during the first guests of her parents. Mr. and Lake County Chamber of Com- Auditor, was elected Comptroller President Roosevelt In March, Leroy Wasdin, of Palatka. were

eponful of vanilla 2!4 cupfuls of half of 1938 and may even go higher : Mrs. H. P. Gainey. She was accompanied -I merce. The citrus industry, as 'serving until 1933. Later he was 1933. guests of their parents, Mr. and

all-purpose flour, >i teaspoonful of than In 1937, the report states. ,I home by her sister and usual brought more revenue into I, a special investigator for the State There are 109 State banks In Mrs H. D. Wasdln, Saturday.

{ soda, H teasponful of salt, 2 table- Due to the addition of heifers to i brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. R. B. the county than from any other Pardon Board. We are sorry to report Mr. and

eponsful of thick cream (sweet or I, breeding herds and the beginning I\ Raulerson and children who spent I source, totaling more than $2,000- ---.-- -- Florida.From the 1933 year-end low. Mrs. W. T, McEver on the sick

our). of new herds, there were probablymore i the week-end in Okeechobee.The 000 for growers and shippers FACE TRIAL AGAIN I when deposits were smallei than list .

: Cream together shortening and cattle In Florida on January members of the Brooker I --- ------ BARTOW.-Five former Tampa they had been for 18 years State ---. t

r sugar, add eggs, then add dry Ingredients 1 than on the same date last year, I School faculty spent the holidaysat I l'IOI'OI'CLATIONORLANDO.Florld's police officers will go on trial here bank deposits followed a steady "MONDAY MORNINGDISEASES'

sifted together and thus Indicating that the 1938 calf their respective homes. Miss pig pop- again January 10 on a charge of ''upward line on chart records In '

cream and flavoring. Using as little crop will be somewhat larger than I Annie Laura Elliston at Keystone, ulation is on the upgrade. Duringthe kidnaping E. F. Poulnot, one of | the banking department of Comptroller It is true of work animals aa i

t -' additional flour as possible, that of 1937. Miss Mildred Morgan at Tampa, six months from June 1 to De- three persons flogged near Tampa J M. Lee's office. well as people that a Sunday spentIn

d roll V4 Inch thick, or thicker if pre- Fewer cows, heifers, and calves II Mrs S. E Baird at Ft. Pierce, cember 1, 1937, the bureau said, November 30, 1935. After the I The current total Is 102.43 percent Idleness and overeating Is likely !

ferred, cut and place on a greased will be slaughtered this year than Mrs. W. B. Sewell and Mrs. Pearl 253.000: pigs were born and savedin Poulnot kidnaping charge is disposed greater than the December, to lead to trouble on Monday "

'% baking sheet. Bake in a moderately last, but the number of steers to i I Norman at Starke, and Mrs Agnes this state. That was an Increaseof of, eight defendants will be I 1933 total. morn. Dr Toit Butler of The '
hot oven ((400 degrees F.) until be will be about the I thirteen percent over the num- of kid
slaughtered Knowles at Green Cove Springs. brought to trial on charges Loans and discounts since the Progressive Farmer, makes these
done but not deeply browned.For 1937. An abundance of ber saved during the same six and SamJ.
same as I Miss Juanita McKenzie spent naping Joseph Shoemaker "low" have increased from $13- suggestions for dealing with the

an old-fashioned variation, feed grains will remit. in the fin- the Christmas holidays with relatives months of last year. Rogers. 700,000 to about $22.000,000 or 60 problem as it relates to four-

cut cookies with a scalloped cutter ishing out of man:)' more steers 1 In Ft. Pierce. A -.----- per cent. The bond account of footed mules--: '(
and sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon and the total supply of beef prob- NEW OVERSEAS ROAD HEN 'AN COUNT (
Miss Janie Mae Quarrels spent banks> has Increased from $20,300-: "Since work Is usually more ir-
salt shaker. will be almost as large as 1 KEY WEST. An additional and Mrs. I
mixed in a large ably WAUCHULA. Mr.
last week In Jacksonville as guestof 000 to $31,800,000 or 55 per cent. regular during winter, even for
For an especially festive that of 1937. I eleven miles of the overseas high- Charles Frazier, farmers east of
and aunt Mr. and
her uncle Total cash available Increased 180 the work stock that are supposed \
oOkie, sprinkle with chopped nuts With the increased number of way between the mainland and Wauchula, tell this one, and bringIn
Mrs. Alvin Clemons. per cent, from $11,600,000( to $32- to work regularly, more care
d 1 press to lightly with a rolling stockyards and packing plants In Mrs. Ruth Tipton spent last Key West probably will be openedthis the neighbors to verify it: Mrs. 700,000, and capital structure increased should be exercised In feeding, to
.. the state Florida, hog production week. The new highway is on ,
'pin. Frazier has a big red now
week with relatives at Worthington from $10,000,000( ( to $11- avoid waste and guard the healthof
Delicious Nut Square should be more profitable to farmers the Key West side, and extends to three years old. When it was a
Springs. 400,000. the animals When horses and
1 cup sugar, H cup butter or in the northwestern part of Mrs. Frank-Polk' bhsn;;;;;' Hod Key. Five bridges are Included year old, they say, the hen laid The banking department reported mules, especially horses, have been
than last the It the two and
the state this year longest "I"
of an with the figure unmistakably -
4 other shortening. 2 teaspoonfuls nie Jane Waters of Trenton, were egg banks' bills payable decreased working regularly and on full feed
miles in
baking powder, 1 cup flour, 2 eggs report indicates number of visiting here Sunday. They were three-quarter length.' on the shell. The next from $106,000 to $4,000, or 96 per I and are kept idle because of a bad

(separated), I tablesponful lemonor The estimated hogson accompanied home by their sister year, at about the same time, the cent. This item represents borrowing spell of weather, if they are In the
Florida farms on January 1 was WONT SALUTE FLAG with "2"
orange ulce, 1 cup chopped pecan Mrs. Lela Mae Bloss and children the hen produced an egg from banks by banks desired condition of flesh it is a
499,000 or about 14 percent more TAMPA. Lutz school the shell. And to keep
meats, and 1 cup chopped -Eight on Friday .
who are spending the week with -- waste of feed and may endangertheir
than the number on hand a year children suspended November 30 the record clear, the Frazlers
dates. them. REQUIREMENTS; CII\NGED health to allow them to stand
Beat whites and yolks separately earlier. The 1937 spring pig crop for failing to salute the American found an egg with "3' embossed In
egg ------. --- TALLAHASSEE. Changes In the stable or lot and stuff them
( combine and add sugar and was about 12 percent larger than Flag still are missing classes. The upon It.WORLD'S. admission requirements which afford selves with hay and to continue to(
that of 1936, while the 1937 fa.Upig WOODI"AJVN school board took no action despite ----.--
citrus Juice. Sift baking powder a wider choice of subjects by feed them the usual full feed of
with flour and roll nuts and datesIn crop was only slightly larger Mm. Oscar ("Carter Cor. a petition for reinstatementwhich DEEPEST SPRING the high school student preparingfor grain. There are diseases like

it. Mix all together, place In than the 1936 fall crop. Florida's and Debbie Phil- said the children were mem- BROOKSVILLE. Dr. Herman college have just been effectedat azoturla and Inflammation of the
and bake 1937 corn crop was somewhat Mrs. Clarence bers of Jehovah's witnesses, a religious Gunter, Florida State Geologist,
shallow, well greased pan Florida State for Women. ,
College lymph vessels of the leg (lym-
larger than that or 1936, but abnormally ips, of Maxvllle, was visiting Mr. the
In a slow oven 25 minutes. Cut sect taught not to "bow has attributed to Weekiwachee Is the w'
Principal change which known
pro- phangitls) are as
of and Mrs. J. S. Norman Saturday
low yields peanuts ,
in squares. I own" to any earthly emblem or deepest visibility of any spring vision that the entering student 'Monday morning diseases,' because 1
probably resulted In a lower total afternoon.Mrs. known to the Florida state geological -
Chocolate Brownies image
need have three
prescribed after hardworking
only -
supply of hog feed than for the Oscar Carter was shop- Dr. Conrad Van they occur
% cup butter, 1 cup sugar, 2 of the -- department. units of English instead of nine horses have stood In the stable-
Because In Starke
previous year. ping of the Florida
eggs, 2 squares bitter chocolate, '/a SUGGESTS Hynlng, units of English, modern language, and received a full feed of grain
smaller feed supply, most of the Edna Johns, of Jackson The state state at Gainesville, has
-- museum
4 cup flour, 1 cup pecans. algebra, geometry, history and Sunday, and perhaps Saturdayalso
father R.
hogs will be marketed earlier this ville, was visiting her C the
cabinet received from Weekiwachee deepest -
a proposal pronounced
and well. science in former Grad- for
Cream butter sugar as years. because of bad weather or
season and consequently lighter, Johns, of this section, this week-
Of the
merchant the world.
W. Jacksonville in
f Add eggs one at a time, stir well, result in relatively Zarlng, spring uation from an approved high other reasons. Feed ta saved and
then add remaining Ingredients.Put which will probably end.Morris that the state borrow $100,000 to depth of Weekiwachee Spring!'!, school with sixteen units remains the health of the work stock
David Brown-
for the unfin- Carter and
lower prices bills. His letter Kim's Guide to Florida has to :
buttered about pay outstanding say the basic for admis-
In shallow if other
pan ;: requirement guarded on Sundays or
Raiford Sunday
ished animals. were visiting in -
Bake from 20 to 30 Ing was read while the cabinet was discussing "From a great cavern of 200 feet sion. The school student reduced
7x11 inches. A I high now Idle days the grain feed la -
degrees -- n afternoon.Mr. the refusal of an oil company deep, water pours forth so magnify "
minutes in moderate over ((350 may select her 13 other units from one-half.
to BOATDRAINMr and Mrs. Gus Smith and to deliver additional gasolineto Ingly clear that 148 feet of the
F.). Cut In squares Easy such fields aa English, journalismand .
make and more delicious, many Z. Z. Griffin, CorrespondentRuth mother, Mrs. Carrie Smith, of the Florida Farm Colony at distance can be seen at all times speech; foreign language, history -

think, than chocolate fudge. Ocala, spent Saturday and Sun- Gainesville until past due bills are and the entire 200 feet some of the : and social studies, mathematIcs DOUBLE RUN t'

Morrell was visiting rela- day with relatives. met. time science, or partly from voca- lire W.' A. Tyler, Cer.
Mr. and Mrs Luther Hill'ard.' of \
\' COSTS!! OF FARMFAMILIES tives in Lake Butler Sunday. ._ tional subjects. In the latter she
EXPECTED TO Marie Taylor, of Hampton, was Jacksonville, moved to ibis section may not take more than four units Ancll Brown, of Demopolls, Ala.,

BE SAME AS LAST VEAR visiting Juanita Priest Saturday Friday. I MIDDLEBURG, TOWN NEAR HERE among the following subjects: Accounting who has been spending the holiday
Milts Mae Pievatt has returned I Mr. and Mrs. Daton; Carter and art-drawing, commercial here with his parents, returned to> I

GAINESVILLE. Unless con- home after spending the past weekin children, Morris and Louise, spent HAS PICTURESQUE HISTORY arithmetic, commercial law, educa- his home this week. '

,L, y ff i,.umers' incomes decline consider- Onieda with relatives. I Saturday night in Jacksonville. Jon, home economics, music, psy- Mr. and Mrs J. L. Brantley and

ably more than Is expected, the Mr and Mrs. P. B. Prevatt, of Mrs. Jim Hersey, of Water Oak, Mlddleburg, a little village well- originally Black Creek and was ; chology, shorthand and typewriting son, Roger, spent Saturday with

total living costs of Florida farm Theresas, were visiting Mr. and Is visiting her parents Mr and mown to almost everyone in changed to Middleburg about 73: Mrs. Brantley'i parentls, Mr. and

families will not change greatly Mrs. Eugene Grlffls Saturday and Mrs. J. S. Norman, this week. Bradford County, was the subject fears ago. Just why the changeIs -----. Mrs. J. L. Brown.

44 I ,, from 1937, State Agrl- Sunday. Mrs. Ethel Jenkins, of Colum- of an interesting editorial recently not clear. We are not in the HIGHER BEER TAX UPHELD Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Conner and
'this year
'ol. Arch Prevntt has returned to bus, Ga., Is visiting her father, R. in the Times-Union. Mld- middle of the States, or the Stateor children attended church at Pine
Extension Service workers
cultural : TAMP-Unless the supreme
his position In Jacksonville, after Johns this week. miles the but be-
lies about midway Level
1938 dleburg twenty county, are Saturday night
predict In their outlook: report court overrules Circuit Judge L. L.
spending the past week with his Mr. and Mra. Oscar Carter and northeast of Starke and at onetime ween the north and south Black Mrs. Vera Mae Silcox of this
1t Parks Florida Brewers will have
family hero. son, Richard, attended the show wall on the direct route from Creeks and at a point where the section had as her guest Sunday
Production expenses In 1938 may to pay the state thousands of dollars -
increased costs 4> Sunday night. here to Jacksonville-In the days two: comp together to form Black her sister, Mrs. Eloise Wilkerson. ,
Increase because of A yearly In additional taxes.
About $500,000,000 worth of ---
Creek. of .
before hard roads. Lawtey.Mr.
of materials used in raising crops Judge Parks held, In a test case,
but lower retail property Is destroyed every yearIn Better BewareOf Following Is the article, which "The first mail came once a and Mrs. Ernest Silcox: were
r expected prices the state beverage department was
the United States by fire. should be of interest to everyone week by steamboat, and was de- visiting her mother, Mrs. Geo: Wil-
for foods and
lame clothing may If I correct in attempting to collect a
Strangers here: livered over a counter in the old kerson, in Lawtey, last week.
tend to
offset these. to the I
are expected resume upward tax of seven-eighths of a cent on
The of Florida You Have MoneyAnother Residents of Jacksonville and I Chalker House by A. S. Chalker, Mrs. L. U. Morgan, who has been
ti gross income trend they took in 1937 and this every bottle of beer sold by brew-
sometimes Father of staying with relatives in Jackson-
hear referencesto the
present postmaster.Later
farmers in the 1937-38 season may lead to more home sewing by ers and distributors, compared to
1 to June 30 smooth Middleburg aa being a place of the postofflce was moved to ville for several days, has returned
(July 1937 1938) I homemakers.The insight into the seven cents a gallon on beer sold
probably will equal or slightly surpass -I demand for Florida farm ways of confidence men who are much historical 'Interest. Some of a large store building on the site In barrels. The Southern Brewing home.
that for the the will depend about to take them have been lured there on aft.ernoon" now occupied by the present small Miss Shirley Morgan returnedto
previous season products, report says, always lurking Company contended the 1937 beer
motor to confirm the office. her home here after extended Ii
1 Inasmuch as buying power per on business! conditions In money away from those who haveit trips tax law Intended to levy a bottle an .
unit of many farm products maybe many sections of the nation where was given by a recent incidentIn stories they have heard, but it has "The town was a prosperous cot tax only on distributors and brew- visit with relatives in Ocala.

} lower In 1938 than in 1937 farm these products are sold. Favorable Tallahassee when two men ob- remained for Mrs. R. C. Haddon, ton shipping port for the riverboats ers should pay a flat seven centsa

families will find it advantageousto factors for an early end of the bus- tained $4,100 by forging two postmistress of the place, to givea until the buildings were gallon on all beer sold, regard- BUS SCHEDULE

plan a well balanced 1938 program ineas recession are need for residence checks on State Senator W. C. word picture of interest to all burned during the Civil War, and less of the container. Southbound

t of food production and conservation construction need for replacement Hodges.So who would know more about Flor- waa an old town while Jackson- --. No. 205-Due StarKe 5:15: p.m.

for home use. Farmers and improvement In far the men, believed to be ida. Here Is what Mrs. Haddon ville was known as Cow Ford. The GRAHAMSir. No. 207-Due Starke 11:43: : p.m. 1

who plan in this manner will receive public utilities and relatively low I two of the slickest check forgers has to say on the subject of Mid- oldest residents remembered the I,. C. Smith. Cnrrci.HindBt No.No. 201-Due 203-Due Starke Starke 12:13 10:20: p.m. :'

{i twofold benefits--a better stocks of raw materials. If these the country, have not been dleburg: remains of the old fort of the Seminole : a.m.

food supply and more available factors develop favorably this year, It is staled that in cases "In checking up on us, I find War days. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Fowler, of NorthboundNo.

cash for purposes other than food. the demand for Florida agricultural to this the bank is the within a radius of a mile of the "Life Is the average of the small Lake Wales, were visiting the 202-Due Starke 1:50:: p.m. 1

Prices of ready-to-wear clothing products will be steady. lln rather than the man whose poslofflce there are 120 residents, town; most of us are as placid as I latter's 'parents, Mr. and Mrs.\. J. No. 204-Due Starke 4:15: p.m. I

Is used by the forgers. In 37 homes Of these homes, five cows with spells of energy. I A, McKinney, recently. No. 206--Due Starke 9:15: p.m. .

-------------. -- ---- Checks for $3,100 and $1.000 I are occupied by widows onlyoneIn "We have a beautiful new Community : Mr and Mrs Forrest Reynolds No. 208-Due Starke 3:00: a.m. .. ,

.. cashed by two Tallahassee each of four, and three In one. House, and the beginningof and children, of Jacksonville\ No. 214-Due Starke 9:20: a.m.

..r 'tt.w \'' banks after telephone calls to There are children or young people a commodious school building, spent Christmas Day with Mr. and Starke Bus Agent: Beasley'a

Hodges' office were answered bya In only IS of these homes. both WPA projects. Mrs. F. F. Abernathy.Mr. Service Station, opposite court-

man who, imitating the sena- "There are 15::>> widows, three "There Is a recently completed and Mrs. David Durbln, of house.

tor's voice, said 1 the checks were widowers, one bachelor, and two concrete bridge across the Creek,

O\Oi. \ genuine. A stenographer identi- elderly maiden ladles. Fifteen on the road surveyed and graded, UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.
fied a picture of Davis as that of homes are occupied by elderly known as Road No. 68, and when

I the man who, entering Senator couples only. that is completed with hard-sur L. O. McCABE President, Jaokaomlll", FIlL

Hodges' office on a pretext an- "At a glance it would seem it facing, we will be near Jackson- ,

swered the telephone. Isn't very healthful for men; not villa and other places of interest." Industrial Life Insurance

GOODYEAR TIRES Senator Hodges said a man call- many live beyond the age of 73: The road known aa No. 68 oughtto G. L. SAPF Representative
ed on him Friday and asked about or 80. be paved, and the Middleburg "

''sr retaining him as counsel In a case. I "We are old in other ways, too. area made available for those who ,
SHELL GASOLINE & OILS "In my opinion," said Hodges, The old Methodist Church built undoubtedly would like to travel 9

EXPERT REPAIR WORK-WRECKER SERVICE "he gained access to my office with hand-planed lumber 90 years that way if the highway were KEY.McCABE FUNERAL HOMEMRS.

again on Sunday and stole some ago, is believed to be the oldest opened. Already it is paved aa far

REGISTER MOTOR CO. I blank checks and my bank state- Protestant Church building in constant as Middleburg but if the section I L. O McCABE Lady AttMldlUltCKSONVJLI..E. '

ments for November." use In the State. It is in perfect beyond were hard-surfaced it "' ,\ FL.8T.. AUGUSTiNE FLA. 1
PHONE 103 While Senator Hodges in condition dressed in its old would route to Gaines-
y2 was I up open a new 43 W. Church" -Phone 3-1338: SO St. George Phone 27 ,
Quincy, the man appeared again age with electric lights and paint. villa via Keystone Heights, and [i
Atrt and asked permission of the sec- "The old residence known aa the through the Lake Region of that

retary to use the telephone. Then Chalker home, recently renovatedby vicinity; or via Starke

A he said he expected a return call. the present owner, waa con- .

115 He answered when the telephone structed during the Second Seminole KILLED BY OWN GUN f fSmith's

rang twice on calls from the War about 1822, of hand- GAINESVILLE. George Mix- For Expert Repairing

banks about checks presented hewn lumber, with the uprights son. 15: Wllllston school boy, was

there by another man. (framing) running to the thlri fatally wounded by hla own gun at

Hodges said the signatures wereso story, each in one piece of eight Wllllston while he and three companions -

like his own that he could, not by eight solid heartpine."The were on a hunting trip. I

detect any faults In the penmanship house was owned and lived Attaches of the Thomas Undertak. Garage

In by the late :Martha Ann ing Co. here said the boy went to
-- -- ---- Chalker, grandmother of the pres- the home of relatives and started

Consumption of limestone for ent owner Dr. F. A. Copp of to put his shotgun on the porch. Phone 120 ''

soil Improvement use has Increased Jacksonville, for more than 80 The gun accidentally discharged, iq(

from 120.000 tons in 1933 to years. She lived beyond her 92nd they said shooting' the lad throughone Wrecker "
an estimated million tons this birthday. I hand and the head. The youth Day or Night '

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j---Florence Drown Rtarke Florida, NOTICPI Of ""...., OP TAXCRHTIFICATIOI :
Matthews Announces--1 1'I PINE LEVEL Nell Andrews, Eitarlte. Florida. ,* ,
\ ; did on the 15th day of April A. O. NOTICR lit HKKKHY OIVKN that
\Ir II. M. ftlcRae. :
BOB JONESConunents OROU6ffBRED For Re-Election As Corre"p 1937 cause to b.. Incorporated under John! Ohent has filed with inv
I "' the provlxlonn of Chapter 100!>6, written request that the tax" >. Rail Commissioner i Eld. W. E. Hall; filled his /Lawn of Florida, Art, of mi AN- tlflcKtex together with all *ub. .e-
On Here i lar at Pine )UURWH MOTOr (COMPANY: a, cor- (III"" omitted, or levied 1 tax"' hold by ,
appointment p( ,'at I''',, with I It* principal place I of the State he advertised and. mold 1 to
I rr1? DONT CRY ii Church last week-end and I:HixliifxN:: I, tit Nlarkc'I l1i'I(oi'd Coun- the highest bidder for cash ax PI'" -
And Hereafter 'Continued. From Page One) I dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. I l\'. In Hi-, State of Klorliln. ftmlwhereuM vlded by Hnua Rill 896) of the 193((7acta
i of the
the .1..J'h"hl. of such ( Lt-Kl'dnture upon the! following -
'' Alvarez Sunday. coi,location, i did on i tho :.in th luy of described. real .Iale In the
fdqedfrom Me MUPGOLDWYN MAVER fictitrtHALSey"RAIN islature, Governor Hardee appointi i "December A I) 1937 ('''"He to be County of liraclford, Stale of Floi
This Is being written In a very ed Mr. Matthews a member J. R. Hall, of Jacksonville, filed In (I lie, office of the Secretary' Ida. fo-wlt:

lovely modern hotel In Jackson 1k S Railroad Commission. To this i I the Christmas holidays here of !State of the State' of Florida, a SWVi of 1'x Sect fl-:
position .
I'onHent of all the HtoekholderB undpl' Acres & Acres Sec !5
Mississippi. It Is very Interesting he brought the same earnest ; his family.Mr. i the I provfHlrtnx. of nnld Chaptertno Tp. 6 Ii. R. 22 K.. containing 25
( A. lnwM of of Acres, more or I......
Florida. Acts 192G.
to go Into the different states and CHAPTER 1 cause of the disturbance. ness and zeal for public service and Mrs. J. E. Norman showing the dissolution of such corporation The taxes to be Hold are evidenced

note the type of people. Mlsslselpplans "Grandfather." be said takingSir I that he had displayed In the discharge I moved into our section. We nud the. !Secretary, of 81 ate hy (''; 'I;' No.. 242 and DOT nt
I satisfied that the of 1929 and. 1933 respectIvely, and rep-
always remind me of The FooUiih was as handsome a Peters arm, "it's money you'reworried of the duties of the other come them here. IH law have been compiled requirement with. renent taxeS for the years 1928 to

South Carolinians. There Is a stallion as one could hope to see. about isn't it?" offices of honor and trust that he Mrs. Audrew Newman and 1 IN WITNESS WHEUISOF.: I have 1937.: both Inclusive, amounting to "

warmness of greeting which one A long finely formed head high "Whatever it Is, there's nothingto had previously held. hereunto Net my hand and have affixed $112.41.
Evelyn Grlffia of I the Ureat Seal ot the Htate of Said 1 tax certificates together with
finds In the two states that Is Justa erect ears, trim streamlined, legs bother you" said Sir Peter. Immediately taking his i' of last week here Florida I at TallahanHee the Capital t all HubHttquent omitted or I.evlecttaxen .
upon spent part .
thia the; aotlt day of becernber, A. will be Hold to the hlgheHtbidder
little different from that of any and a coat of the deepest russet- "Yes. there Is. If It worries you. place on the Commission he began Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae. I). 1937.HUAL: at the Courthouse door In ,

other section of our country. I brown were his outstanding physical It ought to worry me. And it does. to master the intricate details In- ( ) !Starke on the 21 day of January.
Miss Helen Norman, of n. A. nriAY.Secretary 1938. at 11:00: o'clock A. M.
was born and reared In Alabama. qualifications. But perhapshis And If you're thinking of not takIng volved In a successful administration Branch attended church here vt State.OTItK Dated thin the lot. day of January

Sometimes when I am in the most Important assets were The Pookah but you can't of the varied duties of the 1938
day night. :> OP 'sets OK TAX (OFFICIAL BKAf.) i
North East, or West I am asked If those of temperament. He loved to be I position and he Is now recognizedas 1'U'I'II''I'A'I':14: A. J. THOMAS/ ,
old-time hospitality Mrs. J. L,. UnderhlU W. C. NOTICE Id; 11VEN that Clerk of Circuit Court of I
the South retains its race; and he never gave up. Sir Peter's silence was the most an authority on utility and com 1IKKUUY ( ,
Louise lies riled with Bradford County Florida. 'g
Stanley menrltlen
er and Mrs. E. J. Brown, )
I there is little :
suppose Six: absorbed and admiring eyes forceful of all answers. mon carr.er; regulation.His i cement, that the tax certificate 1.1-3t-l-21. .:
from the old butI Sampson City, were dinner toKether' with nil mibHeiiuent -
hang-over days "Oh but must take him to "
were fastened on the horse as he service on the Commissionhas of Mrs H. M. McRae Sunday. ) omitted or levied taxes held. aorI'I-; ftp Ntl.K: OK Tit \ ,
have found Christian hospitalitynot cantered easily around the track. America!" cried Roger. "Grand- Illustrated his to liy the State t b. advertIsed and Hold 'Klll'IFH'1'1-:*
secure -
only in all sections of America father listen: I shall have some purpose Mlsa Odessa McRae to tlu- hlKhi-nt bidder for each as. NOTICE IS IIKKUIIY, OIVHN thatII.
Two of them belonged to Sir Peter Just and reasonable rates and provided by llotine. Kill 396 of the Y. Maxun, has filed with mi written -
but in many foreign lands. I Calverton, stalwart, grey-haired money sha'n't I, when I come of charges for the shippers and guests Sunday Misses 19:17: ..('I.. of the 1..gl"lnlu l upon request that the tax certificates
Haven Crosby of Sunny t the. following I dencrltMMl I leal estate together with all Hubxeciuent omitted
think the most courteous people I British sportsman. Another pair age ? growers and the consumers of util- I In, the County of Bradford !state of or levied: taxea held:l :by the

have ever known were the Russian came from a point two feet lowerto "Yes you will have" answered ity service and at the same time and Miss Lucille Bowers, of b'liirltla" tu-wlf: state be advertised and Hold to the
NIS'i of NW'. of of Sec. highest biddy for raxh ax provldeilby
Christians I met in Poland. Hospitality the where Sir Peter's Sir Peter. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae t 2. 1.f.Ve:1I::, ,
right to foster and protect the Invest- 2ft 1 p. 5 14. It. iII House Ulll 898 of the 1U.I7: Acts
children and Mr. and Mrs. I 10 Acres, U-MH. of keglMlalure. the follow
blooms more beautifullywhen mote or upon
grandson Roger was clutching the "Then let me take some 'r>f that. ment in property devoted to public The isacs. to l is e xolil me evidenced, trthie -! .. real estate 1 In the
it is rooted in the soil of wooded rail. Two other eyes were now, and use it for the trip" pur- use. During his term of af- Jackson! and little son, l hy certlfli-utH' Nox. :2ttl ot IUH:) respectively County of Kradford State: ...r Florida -

Chlstlan experience. What delightful peering from beneath the furrowed ited Mrs. Jackson's mother and lepreni'iit taxes for I to-wit :
sued Roger excitedly.] flce many Important cases involving the yearn lilli: to ID:\17, holb Inclusive l.ntx 17, 18, 19, 20 of llk 14
memories the writer has of brows of Wilkins, who had trained been Eva McMillan at amounting to $276-1 Hampton. S.('. 19 Tp' 7 S: It
I later rates of carriers have
his boyhood days In the country The Pookah from the time he was "Sometime on you can I I Springs Sunday. Said' tax. certlfUaleM" toxelher with S3 l!:..
carry our colors to America," replied -'fought to a successful conclusionand all I so omitted I or Levied The taxes, to be Hold are" evidenced
: :
when the pastor would come and an awkward colt. Sir Peter his head. --.- t, ace u'.imn"'fI I I I : ,. to I lit,: hlghext.l bidder 1 by certlflcaten, NOH. fJu< and. 1419 of
spend the night In our home. We shaking I comprehensive investigations ,. at the Court house door I in Sturkeon till! :! and I 1933 rexpectu' i ,ely and repreHent -
"HI Joey! beckoned Wilkins, "Perhaps when the time comes have been made of utility charges F/ ,l. STATE I the 21 nt day ,.f Janiinty, IU38 at taxes for the years. 19.10: to
children would hang on his every to the stable who U :00 o'clock. A. MI I 19,17. both incluNlve.
motioning boy I amounting to
succeed where I failed.
can which have resulted In the Mrs "hltfleld.
word. He was always God's man you savingof Bryan I nttul thlH the let day of Jamutry, 153060.
was giving The Pookah his workout "But it wouldn't be fun I n 3 i. '
any go- thousands of dollars to .
Out of many ALSO.: Lot a 8/D (if HWot-
to us. our poverty we con- SKAI.
"Come 'ere a minute. ing to America alone," cried Roger. shippers and consumers but It in Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ol'TlCIAI A. J. THOMAS) t4tv", alas known an I Hamilton.

tributed to his but support.had We little gave The boy complied. "And the poor old Pookah's racing not possible to discuss them In detail son, Joe Allen have Clelk of Circuit (',,",ft of K HelghtH:.. containing Sec.' 20 4 Acres Tp. 7, S more\ It. or 22
some we Itradford, loiida
money "Take 1m the other way 'round days would be over then. Just let here. their home here after a 1-7-31-1-21. County lenM

money to give. We always load- the course" ordered Wilkins. "We' me borrow some of the money visit with relatives in Avon The taxes to be. .Hold are, evidencedl
ed his buggy with good things to Serve" On Joliit-Bourds l hy certlflc-aten No. jti> ,, S6H. 357,
ve got to teach 1m the American now-" )'11'. and Mrs. J. W. ]0'1'11'1 0. H % I.H <>lT.\ X 3RD and 3&9! of 1929 nal. and Certificate -
eat Until this day I always wantto Since the of Mr. 1 I'll: 'I'IFII-\'
appointment I-KH ,
No. 470 of 193B mile -
way. "I'm afraid said of rexpeollvely
not boy, Miss Marian Cahoon
give our guests something to my 'Matthews to the Commission, its MITIC14 IS I IIKHIS11V I .: : (UVI3N I I that and represent the unpaid
Joey stared in consternation. Sir Peter. "It was a splendid and were New Year guests of \ W II. South him filed with me written tax,,. for the years 19J8 to 1931.
take home with them. powers and duties have been greatly "leiiueHt that the tax certificates both inclusive .
amounting to $109.88.tII1'
"Go on, go on added the train generous idea Roger but there Mrs. Martin Griner. ,
.* S I enlarged and increased and its together with all subsequent| omittedor :\ : hI4: of HKVi of Hec. 29
"You and I know It's two must learn." levied taxes held by the "State be :
I er wrong are things you Mrs. W. A. Kelsey] is 8. It. 22 K. containing, 4uAcien
The two most Important men In I Jurisdiction has been extended to .advertl.eil' und Hold to the hl8he..thldd..r more or levn.
embrace the of motor again! after visiting fur each aw, provided, by The taxes to be cold ,
I regulation evidenced
the community when was a boy I HIIU.IH Hill, iliiu of the 1U7! acts of are
were the preacher and the doctor. I I vehicles engaged in the transporta- Inverness.Mr. the eKlialutlire, upon the followlllgdeHci by 1929 certificates and 1933 rexpectlvely.NOB. 371 ,,",1 and 1G01 of-

tlon of and for and Mrs. J. G. Go 'Ibeil real estate I In the County the ,.. rep.re""l
What confidence we had in them persons property of Hiadfuid, '. State uf h'iilda, tu- unpaid tax for the
The doctor was supposed to look 1 compensation.. The regulation of us their guests during the wit: yearn amounting 192 to to $101.19.ALSO l 11137 .both. Inc-lualve,

bodies and the preacher motor vehicles was a new field of Dr. and Mrs. C. D. WN, : of Lots: :, 7 of Hlk 18 0riIai All '
out for our ,, Town Starke, NK'.i of : SKU of N\Vi4 H of
was to keep a check in the condition endeavor for the Commission and children, of Marlunna. SWU Section 28 Towntdlip 6 S.It :. Ky B Ac-re & NKlt of MWV: \< r.,
2J h'., Ac Wife of SK'i'' of jI\\\i i\ Kxcepi .'
Mr. and Mrs L. F.
of our souls. "1 practiced Its work has been doubled. The! tuxes to he Hold are evidencedby IS AcreH n.If tlodotibuugh.'

medicine for a number of years. I I Mr. Matthews and the other Robert Chapman attended certificate No,. IItn of 1935 re- Section' 29 S. U. 22 K. F
g I of Lt. L. F. hpecLlvvly and i't'lirc'Melit taxeti for containing 49 Acren. too;' or
was converted and God called me members of the Commission madeI marriage I lie yeuin" I lu.li to 111.17 licith tlicluHle lee,.

to preach and I have been in the I a special study of this work and Jr., to Miss Emily Ford, amotiiillnM'. to $IIU 911.( The hate to be Hold. are. evidenced lit
i Said tax cil'tiflcaten together with by certifIcate .
mingham Ala, December NOH. CU.l: of 11UJ, re-
ministry about as long as I wasa i as a result Florida Is now recognized nil 1 uImminent l omitted' I l or Levied miecttvely and repreHent Ihe taxes
practicing physician. I knowa .4' as having the most completeand Robert Chapman served taxes will. I be Hold to I lie: Itlutiexlbidder for the year 1931 both inclusive -
brother's best ill the CouithnuHe' door In amounting (40.70. t.
good deal about the men In both successful system of motor man. Staike on the 21 day of Junimiy. ALSO ,
: NKi-i! of NVVti Kx-
professions. The doctors are far _____ carrier regulation of any State In Mr. and Mrs. J. A. UUS.: Ht I IIUU I : o'i lock A. M. cept 3 1r In Nli.! Cur All
Dated thin
I the lot dir itC J"'Y.19IH. ,
f more faithful to their Jobs than the the Union. spent Sunday in McIntosh : HKV\< <>f NW',4. N of Ky.: Hec. 11)!!
IP 7 S. U. 22 j 10., containing 62
preachers are to theirs." That is When Congress entered the field their daughter Mrs. McRae .101' 1"Il'L"I-,\I.) Acre, more, or Ie....
man said to her children to their home A. J Till .MAS The taxea' to Im sold aie. evidenced
what an of motor carrier regulation and Clerk of circuit. I Cinirt, ofluadfoid by certificate. NOB. 670 of 1032 renpectlvely -
the writer recently. What an Indictment M placed Interstate carriers by motor Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cuuniy I Florida and repreneiit tile taxes
It Is wonderful to finda PI P- I and their children spent 1-7-31-1-81.: for the year I9JI. both Inclusive
I under the Jurisdiction of the Inter- amounting" to IJ2.UO.
cure for physical] Ills. But thinkof Wilkins tbtipisbly state Commerce Commission the week-end with relatives In l'I lit! ( IIICIir 01 HT 4>F TIIK ALSO: NW". of SVt4 Sec. 29
sonville. 1:11.11111: .11 lift i '. !. tint i 11' 01" Tp 7 8. It. 22 H containing, 4U
knowing and preaching the Gos- looked over the top of fairness, ability and Intimate IIIK: Nl'\l'l.) OK I-I.OHIO. l > Acre, more' or lean. .
pel which Is God's power unto sal I the stall. I knowledge of these matters of Mr. -------- --.- \M, Foil nil 'U..OIIO tOtVI'll The taxon 10' lie Hold III'C ,evidence
I kM.l-.ltt;
by certificate* No. 3&4 and, 479 of
"We have done everythingthat Matthews his
vation. was recognized by 1927 and 1 193A rexpectltely and
science knows to do. There Is I appointment Joint- "SI'KCIAL TAX SCHOOL. / ["IHIKICT reueiit the unpaid taxes for t the rep
upon important :)lIss At. E. Crews, Nl'MIIKIl UltlUTKK.VUF ; : : years
In ____ I 13JD to in(7:( both inclualve, kunouhItins'
no hope. We are just waiting Boards which act In conjunction I -- HltALiFOUO COUNTVH'LOIUUA I., .aJ9.IU.

our helplessness and watching him I but since America's the place 'e'sl He put his hands affectionatelyon 'with the Interstate Commerce | Mr. and Mrs. Maxie J'elltlonelVS \I.M): I.ou.. .1, 4. 6. II In Mc-
Calln Alt. ,
die. There Is atsolutely no hope." goin' to run In, that's the way 'e'H the boys shoulder. | Commission In the investigation | children were visitors to 11"j I'p.: 7 S Hampton.!:. Sec 30

These words were spoken by a doctor have to ]learn."" I "Yes sir'" | heating and decision of applications -i Saturday. OF FLOUII I 11t''I'und'1I1,\. The raxe tiout..l Hold' ai, .* evidenced'
friend of mine as he walked I Off went The Pookah. this time I "One is that gentlemen accept | for Certificates to engage in I I Misses Janie Louise and II'IT.\T'1' by certitujten, and repiexent NOH 60u'' of the ID.14 unpaid rexuectlvely
; TO
from the bed of his patient. exclusive Interstate taxeS for the, I 1U.IJ to lila! ?, both
away In what was- -from the standpoint I their lot gracefully. The other i 1 commerce by leen Man visited relatives in CITIZI2NH: 01" 1 HIMX'IAL: TAX Inclunlve) mnmmtlng yeuia to IU1.42
How much more wonderful is my tradition is that don'tcry. motor carriers from and to Flor- HCIMMIL i 1MSTII1CT, MJ.MHIOKUUIIIIIilSN
of English racing -- a thing thoroughbreds sonville last week. ALSO: Lot 78< 8 hut II Town
I I' I ': I I ; : OF llltAOFUUUI
work as a Gospel preacher. No backwards direction. Roger climb- ." ida. Service on these Boards. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil I OL'.NTV FLOIIDA: of n Id.Tin.Hampton. $ec. 30 Tp. 7 S. u.

, soul was ever hopelessly diseased. I| ed up on the rail gleefully. Roger squared his shoulders. He |, while involving much time and Miss Kathleen Hardee Von and each of are, hereby taxes, to be Hold are evidenced

The Gospel Is God's power. Man | "The Pookah doesn't seem to : looked up at his grandfather with I] hard work Is performed without Saturday from Gainesville notified, that a HVVOIII you petition loss. by cerllflcateH. NOH. 491) of IH.,4! r..-
did not discover the Gospel In his he he of determination."I compensation. I been riled, I In, the above mimed, Couit' xpectlvely I cost. 'repiexent the, unpaid
! mind which ex- an expression
way runs they spent the holidays with .
, and l callxe by Special. 'lax SchooliMxlrlcl laxeH for the yearn 11IJJ to 1 111:17: bo 111InclilHlve
search after truth. God revealedIt. I claimed "Does he, grandfather ?" : think I understand sir" he I iSpeiikn At Convention: tives. Nilmbi.f; i';I g iLeeii of llruii-. I, amounting,m to $.1 3 26.ALSO. .
"The soul that sinneth it shall | i old, I County 5'lo ilsia tteeklnir to vail : NWi, of SIJi, Sec 31)
Peter made said, starting Mr. Matthews also
Sir no reply."I I away. was signally Mr. and Mrs. Percy Lee cliclf and*1 coiifiini an ,issue of leluodliiK Tp. 7 S. It. 2J K containing 40
die." The unsaved man Is not only I could teach that 'orse to run Sir Peter's eyes filled with mistas honored recently by the Convene Mrs. Fred Clarkson of I I bonds. of Maid cllntrlct In the Ac rev, more or lea..

einsick He Is actually dead. Thatis backwards on two legs." cut in he followed the small retreating tion of the National Associationof ville. were visitors here LLgMrt'glstpni.'IIHl, iiiriollilt of $JI.- The taxon, lo be .old are" evidenced
I UUO.OO. lo be ditted I J lily let, A. H. by certlflcatea NOH. 271 I and 1510; of
what God's Word says. I salute Wilkins. "And e'd still be out in figure. But his mind was already I Railroad and Utilities Commissioners of last week I 111,17 numbered, l 1 to tl both Inclu-, I llfjcl and lOSS: rciHpectltcily. and. lepleHent -
who have learned .1 with the nucleus of half- in Hive, each bond, III I lie principal I the unpaid) taxeH for the
you physicians I front. Drawln' a load of 'ay too. i. busy a being selected as a member F. M. McCormick of amount,, of, 1SOU 00, and two of ali, yearn IHUi to 111,17: both Inclusive
something about how to keep men Roger jumped clown and ran formulated plan. In a moment he 1! of the Important committee onI spent New Year's Day here .btmdx' miiturinu I ; on thu JHI clay of ainonntliig" to $105 It

well. But eventually all you patients off to follow the progress of the stepped to the telephone and called\ I I motor vehicles and as a cooperating his grandfather F. M. I.July of each year fiom July lat, A.; ALSO: MKV' of NVVl & N'4 of
U 19.18 to July Ut, A. II. IIIOU both SWV* Kec.. ::11'r./ .,. 7 S' 11 33| fci.,
die. I have a remedy that I horse around the track. His the number of his barrister Commissioner from the Southern Mrs. Nelson T. Green and 1"'lu've., to be Ixnut-d (puinuant lo I'OI..llIllIg I 120 A(',''''', .mure. or

raises those who are dead all the challenge One morning shortly afterwards \ As a I authority: ot Chaptei 13772, ActS ofIJ.11 lexH.
actually thoughts were on region. co-operating dren of Starke, visited Mrs. I, Lawn ,,f Florida and othei applicable "h,' tax, ..K to he Hold are, evidenced
in trespasses and sins and makes [ which Sir Peter had accepted to while Roger was busy with his Commissioner he will have the I Wlmherly and family here IICIVB, and iiumnunt lo lesolutlon by certlfluateii No.. 274 and ISIS (.f

them live forever and ever. This send another highly fancied racer lessons, a tall lean individual who privilege and honor of sitting with ) of the Itould of 1'ubllc In- 1920 und 1933: rexpectlvnly uncl i'eprePselt -
I Hlriictloii" for the county of Urudlorcl the unpaid' taxes for" the
remedy I have found Is known and across the Atlantic and try for the bore the singularly appropriatename | the Interstate Commerce Commission day.Clyde Johns, of Lawtey, State, of Floi Ida, adopted. November yearn 19a: t.. I 1937 both Inclusive,
let, A. Li. luJi for the excluxlve amounting I to $396. IS.
given not only by trained minis- American Consistently defeated of Threadneedle was announced whenever rate matters affect- .
cup. here Saturday.Mr. puilioxe/ cf "iV.,'u umi IIIH: all I I nxcepl Al.su: JWM, of MK" & Nt'! of
ters, but it is administered successfully in previous attempts to at Calverton Hall. I ing the south are to be heard. Not and Mrs. H. C. $1 1 U.IiJ of the exiHllnir IndebtedneMN ,-, of HVf<,t Sue HO Tp. 7 S, II.

. by humble and uneducated I bring back this coveted trophyto "Well?" said Sir Peter, when only Is this an honor and a tribute Jr., and Miss Pattie of' acc'ruliiK Maid" dntlllut, by vII accrued tu",of I that andhereaftei 22 Jo leHB.llle:.. cuntalnlng. 60 Allan' .. mureor

P saints. who themselves have tried Britain Sir Peter had felt that the new arrival had been ensconcedIn to the recognized ability of Mr. Sunday for their home at curtain, I bond I Ixxue of xald, .i'tat i'it't I titXH-n, to be .Hold are. evidenced.
and know Its and the ritual of order- I but it Is I dated July 1..1. A. H lliJU! AND by certificate. NOH. 27c and lo.'o of
the remedy power. I he must make at least one more a chair Matthews very Importantto after spending the holidays
lot' AMI: "I-.AC'II; i 1 bF' VllT )me heieby IU20 and i 19J.I: hcsiecttuiy. und rep-
.-- 'attempt.. The Pookah was his favorite Ing scotches-and-soUas had been the State of Florida as the with relatives. chaiiced with not; I Ice of the conti'litx lexent the unpaid: taxex for the
i, of/ xald I'i'UlHiii I i, und ale helcmy yeui-H I'JJi to 19.17: both inclusive,
racer out of a quarter of a completed."I State will thus have Its own representative I --. I .
TOWER OPENS SEASON ii'iuli 'il i I lo be und nppenr. be- amounting t.i $11 I ::16.
century of blue ribbon competition. was able to arrange a loan,' to protect its Interestin turithe. I Honorable I .\. V. AdklnH. A 1.1'1"' : SVVV of NW'i' Set 30
LAKE WALES.-The Singing BETHEL Juclme or xuld Couit, at I..IJ A, .... 'Ip 7 II. It. 2J 10 ciilit.illllng 4UAcl'eM ::1
the horse said Threadneedle slowly! rate heard by the Inter I
Tower opened its tenth season Somehow Roger felt cases .\In. Kulpli Galtiey (' .. o'clock on Alonduy, Junuaiy) I ::11.A/ mIre or ,less
Since the carillon sensed the trust Imposed on him, "Splendid." state Commerce Commission. I I IH.I l5.N.:' ; 'at the ,,," It'" tit said J 1101"" The, I'txt's tci i be xold HI"r'. *'v 1.1..lie4
here Thursday. i I in,' I he county court\ houxe, in Sluike' by celtlfluates NOH B57 und 493 of )
tower was opened on Florida's and wouldn't let the family down. 1 "You'd better wait until you MI' Matthews was also selectedby Mra. Cynthia Lee and I laadioid) ', County' Floi Ida a( \\ liutilime 1 tll: : and I lMa! : rehpm. .tlvel I l'. um1, leuresent .
1928. it Wilkins who had been studyingthe 1 hear the rest. The only way I could I this Convention to make one of I;:;,, anil, 1 plate; : said I'elition I I will I bc> the unpaid taxes" for the
highest in December. Lee are visiting friends and II .
point .
heuld I. to choW cause if any/ you yeala l\1a\ to l III. 7 1 bom "U..ve.
is estimated 2,800,000 persons have tactlturn Sir Peter between raise the money was through a the principal addresses on the tives in Tampa. have or I If any there, xliould, be why I amounting I I to 'l'3.3D.
moved closer. mortgage on the house and Trend of Motor Vehicle Regulation. ",lid "lefundiiitf. I I bond xhoutcl 1 not be AI.SO: NIOV; : & Nid'1 of NVV'4
visited it. It was a gift to the closely knit brows I I Floyd Lee, of Tampa :: '
viii I i'mis-l In cull Sec. !I2: Tp. 7 S It. 'J K; l.'on-
American people by the late pub- "If you'll excuse me, sir," he ground.Again) he hesitated. This address was well receivedand guest last week of R. L. I i fortuity;, : ,I I "toIWI'ta'I'h..c'I I I prayer Met forth: 111xaid t HI,n Inn :2or Acres" more. or ICHH
too "And the best I could get was one highly commended, and not I'etllloli I and I,i "s'.iloIt to the The taxeH. tt) be Hold uie. civ'ltI"III.,1
Usher Edward Bok. said, "you seem none i| family. law* of I Hie. Slat of Florida, I in, MUCH by certlflcnteH I NON. JH2 and 154U! of
\ 'appy about the horse. There's thousand pounds. I only reflected honor on the speaker Mr. and Mrs. F. R. i aac made und I provided 1929, and, : 1933 rexpeeilvely:; and represent -
"One thousand!" Sir Peter's face but to the State of Florida whichhe AN'; >. tlielH beiliK I llo,, neWMpaperPllblihed the unpaid. taxun for tli9yeaiH
;;: nothing the matter Is there sir? children were visiting R. L. III nald, Special' / lax fie.UoolI'lHlrict 19jt to IK17: both Incluxlve..
A Days' CoughIs "Nothing that anyone can blame flushed. "A thousand would be lit- I represented.The Sunday afternoon.Rev. I /Numbi I ,.r 1II':. It I.',," of I tied- amounting to fill.U7.I
Wilkins answered his\ tle enough. It s preposterous." people of the State have always ford County .Florida the tired I 1.>1'" ALSO: KVj| NWV of NWttSec.
you for and Mrs. L. A. 7" '
Your Signal I County) 'I 1'"I"Krul.h.I duly ciuullfiednewxpupcr 33 Tp. H. 2. R.; containing
Danger master soberly. "I know. said Threadneedle] sadly I recognized and rewarded the were the dinner publlxbc. In Ijiucjfurcl 2o Acre, mote' or/ !I"""
medicinesyou "My advice Is to refuse the offer loyalty and faithfulness of their I guests County Florida. I... and In heieby, 'I lie t".... to be Hold. aie uvl No matter how many done the best I
"I've always Mr. and Mrs. Glisson.I .
I Ellery I I deHiKiiatecl, aa the newvpaper" Inchlch I.V certiric'llteH. No 413: and 1644 "'f
have tried for your cough, chest could" replied Wilkins. "I wouldn't and give up the Idea of the public servants and t..e many Miss Gladys Lee was \ i IhiM, notice xhull I I be ,puoliHhcctIn l 1927 and IS.1:1: rexpocllvi-l) and, 1--1--
cold: or bronchial irritation you can to America." I friends of Mr. Matthews are confi- I four 14)) coiiHeuulivo weekly 1.I IHHiie resent the unpaid, taxitx for the
get relief now with Creomulslon. like to feel I was-well, a failure. slater, Mrs. Arch. Prevatt .. bea'liininM', Jauntily it ii, I 1J.1NIN 1 years 194! to t',1,17/: buili InclUHlve,
Serious trouble may be brewing and "However hard he tries a man "A place of this size," fumed Sir dent that his outstanding service I day. I WlTMCSd I WHKltKOF. 1 have amounting to $57.OJ.

you cannot afford to take a chance can fall," said Sir Peter eyes Peter. "One of the biggest estatesin on the Railroad Commission merit Mrs Albert Cllsson was hereunto the official net sell my, of hand,tile I and aliove' affixed entitled :; all Said HUOHeciuei&t tux cei'ticateN, omitted together or 'evh..t with

with any remedy less potent than averted."I England. None has a better history I and will receive the endorsementof I week-end guest of her I I : Court, at Starke! llrudfordI'ounty taxeH will be Hold. ,. to the hl"h'Mt
Creomulslon which goes right to of the great majority of the voters I Floi Ida, this :iicl day. of Jan.uaiy bidder at the. Courthouxe, dcim lit
the seat of the trouble and aids nature know what you're thinking -- Mia. D. D. VVoodard. A, 1>. 19.IS.tuliFlClAL : !Starke. on the 21m. day of January -
to soothe and heal the Inflamed air," responded Willcins. "Those "I thought you wouldn't considerthe 'of Florida in the ensuing primary -.:.-. SKAL) "::I\rII..II\\;: OI A.: M o'clock.; "

raucous membranes and to loosen other horses we took to America. ofi'er," said the other. I election next May I A bloc Is a group of A.Ax J.Clerk THOAfAW of the, Circuit A.bated 10. ua6 l l.t., day of January

and expel the germ-laden phlegm. Well we 'ave failed before. I grant I "Threadneedle cried Sir Peter ---- -- organized to influence ; Court of ftrudfoid. "diint h I.. (UI.'I"ICIAI.T..; .>
Even if other remedies have failed
States F'Ii'iiaKNI'fll'l' ', A. J .rlloM.S."I..rk ,
The United consumes an
don't be discouraged, try Creomulslon. you. but we won t this time. Not suddenly rising, "have you the papers a lobby Is a group of & Kl' l
Your druggist la authorized to with The Pookah! We'll show these with you ?" estimated total of' 30,000,000 ton! I members of a legislative I AttorneyS tor I'etlticmer. l.iudfoid: Count) It', ilcla..

refund your money If you are not Yankees this time." "Why, yes" said the other startled I of scrap iron annually. try to Influence legislation. 1-7- -1-Sd. Jan 1. II 21 _,
thoroughly satisfied, with the benefits C
moment before "but surely you're not-
Sir Peter hesitated a ,

bottle.; ]obtained Creomulslon from is the one wordnottwo very first replying, then turned and "I shall sign them and post them '. to the room where the boy's tutor I Notice I IH hereby M>TI irlven< H thai ( BOREE FUNERAL HOME

and it has no hyphen in it. looked awkwardly at his devoted to you tonight," said Sir Peter. I was discussing algebraic roots. .'. Cary and William H. .'.... 'I F all has of Caskets & L/iiderkik/ bupplire .
Ask for It plainly see that the name reta iner. "I'm going to America." "You're early Pollock," said OI'1' <'llIo'y Kxoouti.ru: of the -:.. 413IIStLANCE SEHVIL'LDAY ...
Austin fury will, on the 5th
on the bottle is Creomulslon and'ou'l1 and "We're not going to America this Pollock, the butler took almostas I Roger while the Instructor tapped February, 19311. apply to Hon. i; ANSi MullT ]

)the relief get you the genuine want. (AdvJ.It' product. year" he said slowly. much pride in the accomplishments "I on his de-5k impatiently."Beg rrinl Purryniun I ',..iiny County. at 10 oVIurk Judne of A. I 53 I'HONE 5.'l: "

"Not going, sir?" stammered of a Calverton racing entryas i your pardon," answered file| office. for dim-nance as Ha I O. II. 11ENNKTT, MUT."V .

Easy To B o Mistaken About Wilkins." Sir Peter himself. He was en- 'I the butler, "but I thought you'd rountinir etittorn, having and vouchern filed our along, IIOMK-I.IKK_I INSTITUTION. "

"No,"' said Sir Peter. "rm afraid gaged In pouring out some soda I like! to hear the news. The mas application 'now on file.UlolLuil __JllllA.-.a ........ .-- -- -- "-

STOMACH TROUBLE that decision's final.! when Sir Peter made his declaration -:I ter's just decided to go to Amer : : K. C'A Ease; It -

Stomach sufferers should learn the Wilkins understood how to con- and he almost dropped the I ica." l7ttl2S."H. DIRECTOR

truth about ULCERS GAS. ACID. trol his emotions. He was an expert :- siphon bottle. It was not quite time Roger stared at first Incredulously :-or ('Oft FUNERAL

INDIGESTION[ belching heartburn.constipation at self-restraint. As he moved for Master Roger to receive his 1, then In wild Jubilation. HI..OLt.TIO' My Many Yeur Experience Makes tt Possible", for Me to Render .

FMEE: UDGA, etc.Booklet, due to contain elLc..lodd.* facts away, however Roger ran up. mid-morning gloss of milk but for ""Whoopee! he cried leaping up //1-1 TIIK: NAMK ANt> flY ( EFFICIENT PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE

'V interest The 9th edition ju.torrthpr The boy knew immediately from once Pollock was going to makean I| and flinging a whole sheaf of lessen -, TmilUTV:I ; OF TUB MODERATE: PRiCES

8. may prove your first step to nap the expressions of the two men exception to his rigidly followed I papers over his head. "I must ALL TO WHOM: THR8EJ D VVITT C. JONES )

I'yat.mal'h comfort!Clip I!this to remind that something was amiss. He schedule. tell .Wllktns. Whoopee!" 1'1'0 RNTH' SHALL COMB, Florida
vmi to atk for the UDU Booklet a' INOS: Starke,
his excitement be
made a shrewd guess and-as it Controlling I .. IH to certify that ----- 'J
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"TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY"By ,LAMAR SMITHIN COMMISSIONERS' HIRE written requeue that the tax certlfl- I

t! Bradford County Telegraph I C'OUNTY EMFIAM'ES oaten omitted"ett"p.wllh all "ub..quent
Runnel) Kay BOMBINGLAWTEY State be ur advertised levied taxes and held Hold by the

i ,\ Established 1877 (Continued from Page One) .t.v,(louse Hill' for u.(.the. provided
'Twas the night after Christmas and boy what a house. BOY IS MARINEON of the Legislature Sue. 1937 act-
upon the fi.llowIn
I felt like the devil and do did the Spouse. DUTY IN SHANGHAI accompanied by a copy of a letter dflHcrlbed:: real estate In the-

I ME.M.DER.rl The egg-nog and turkey and candy were swell CHINA stating that the present office In ('ounly! to-wit"t :Bradford Slate' of FlorIda ,

LORimPRESS ASSOOAJTOFiyPublished But ten hours later It sure gave me hell. Starke would not be available any I-J'-u) of NE'/i \V of noad ,
: Lamar Smith. Bradford County'sfighting of NWV4\ of NI 4\ See, 84 Tp.1 l
I Marine lias written an- longer for less than $20.00 per Sor'e ?,2r F1, eontfi ltug* 49 AcU.
\l '
ekma4d 3GO1IdtL The stockings weren't hung by the chimney with care- month rent plus tuxes and Insur- less.The ,
letter to his .
other Interesting par taxes to b. sold
The darn things were sprawled on the back of a chair. The Board Instructed the are ovltl..n"'I1
ance. .. ...
\' ents. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith of by c..rltt'c.' No... 292 or 1935 ro-
,, The children weie nestled all snug in their bed. Clerk to endeavor to locate suit- slectlvoiyad reprexent. tuxes: for

"Weekly' on'Fridays and Entered as Second Class But I had a large cake of ice on my head. Lawtey.bitter winter Stationed weather In Shlmghll.l.the of China, able office apace for less cost and the .yearn amounting, IH.M: to to lPH7 112817., both Inclualve -

.' Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida has added to the discomfort of thisphlt"lty to report same back to the Boardat ALHO Ilond :& All NBVi\ I34!of of NKV4 NI5VS\ of E ]of
And when I finally dozed off in a nap "
its next regular meeting ,. "ontnlnlnir
He 34'F .
youth, who has heretofore S. n. 82 M. -
The Ice woke me up when it fell In my lap. 48 l..r ., v:::..
of to be more or
The drawing names
MatthewsI I ___.:____= Editor and Owner
E. L. __. Then for some unknown reason I wanted a drink; been bothered only by Japanese 'the IHXPM to l 10. Hold. are evidenced
bullets and bombs. He writes: placed In the Circuit Court Jury l hv fertlflrnteii. No", SOZ and 860 of
-- So I started In feeling my way to the sink. "Well winter surely did strike I Box; was laid over till January 6, il13): and the I IDa unpaid:! rexpertlvely." taxes and for represent the-

SUBSCRIPTION RATE Shanghai with all of Its fury and I at 1:00: o'clock P. M. year 19.11: to 111117.: both Inclusive
I got along fine 'till I stepped on the cat; I UMioiintlnif to fin.IU.
Yearly, $.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable Advance I don.t recall Just what occurred after that. '" "" without any warning this year. Avery Dennison was awardedthe Hnld tax, certificate together with ,
We changed from summer to win- contract for painting a portionof all xunnequent omitted or Levied
Advertising Rates on Application When I came to the house was all flooded'with light, tiixeH will Ile Hold: to the highest j
, ter uniform the iota of this month. the inside of the County Jail Mdder. at the Courthouse door In
Although under the table I was high as a kite.
1. The day before we changed I was including the cells, stairway floor !Starke:! In the Zl day of -January ,'
ID1H, at 11-dO:( o'clock A. M.
A POPULAR APPOINTMENT: MR. CONEIt Whilevisions of sugar plums danced in my head walking around in my shirt sleeves etc., and making minor repairs Dated thin the lat day of January I
ao hot I was at a loss as to how for the contract price of $95.00.It 111.18.OFFICIAL
I somehow' got up and then back into bed. ( "SEAL)
is hard to conceive of any other appointment Governor Then what to my wandering mind should appear to keep cool. The day after we having been reported that some A, J. THOMAS!, a
I The sudden discrimination had been made In
changed was freezing. Clerk of Circuit Court of
Cone could have made to fill the vacancy left on the But a miniature sleigh and eight tiny reindeer. change gave everyone a terrible the purchase of medical supplies Bradford. County Florida.i7atizi. .

school board by the resignation of \V. C. Manning that would cold."Mother. from the local drug stores and in t
Then the sleigh seemed to change to a red fire truck,
have met with more popular approval here than that of W. And each reindeer turned Into a bleery-eyed buck; I was always told thata the employment of local physiciansIn *OTI((''M..': OF a \lhl) OF TAN'
connection with the Health Clinic U''IFIC"'I.:1tliOTlC"r. :
cat had nine lives but It was "
I knew in a moment it must be Old NickI .
/ 1.1 1
, P. Smith. 11ISH: V UIVEX'< that.
tried to cry out but my tongue was too thick. all a sad mistake, us It Is a human and the Board having orderedan :\11.... 1''. If. Lang haii riled with me
Since coming to Starke several" years ago, Mr.\ Smith person., I was on guard on Soo- Investigation the following facts written ,renuoHt tlvit the tax, .cerllflcutt'R -
together' with all subsequent 1-
has won the complete confidence of his fellow citizens and Then the old devil whistled and shouted with glee chow Creek a few days ago daydreaming were presented for consideration: omitted or levied taxes held. by| the
Amounts paid for drugs and sup- Slate be. advertlHHd and Hold to the
of what was going to
best While the bucks pawed the earth and looked daggers at me. highest bidder for cash us provided ;
has identified himself with the forces working for the do when I reached the ripe old plies for the six months ending De-
Then he called them by name and the names made me shudder age by louse Hill( 896 of the 19.lt Beta
not overlooking that often neg- of 100. Cut day dreaming' was cember 31, 1937 Carpenter's Drug i>f the 1."I..lllluroupnn the following -
interests of the commvnity, When I heard! them I felt like a ship minuetrndder. my described rent\ eHtate In the I
Church.It short lived. The Japs had about Store $108.02; Cnnova's Drug County: of llradffird, Slate ot Flor j. \
lected one-the Store $96,19, Brown's Drug Store ida, to-wit:
twenty airplanes In the air bombing ,
"Now Bacardi! Four Roses! and Brandy!
to :Mr. Smith to see with Egg-Nog $9.85.: I.otn R, 9. II, 12 Rx N 10 f( of
should be an inspiration Now Fruit Cake! Cold Turkey! Gin Rickey! and Candy! I the Chinese lines. They kept Lute p, 12 lllk L'. N. J. Jones ,.[

what willingness and eagerness the people of the county To the top of his dome, to the top of his skull. circling overhead, ao( says I to my- Amounts paid physicians, den- NWV Addition, W. r.f to Walnut"NUi-lc St.In, HK'4 Seo.' 28 of

Now dull!" self 'Jimmy, they are going to tists and surgeons are as follows: Tp. R "H. It. 23
in his hands his share of the responsibility that goes whack away, crack away, with thumps that are E.
place drop one on your head In about Middleton & Gay $51.50; O. L. The tune to !loA Hold are evidenced ,.
with the important job he has consented to undertake. two shakes of a rabbit's tall.' Ando Haynes $1.00.Amounts I"l 1930 v certirii-nteH' NOH. 898 and 894 of '
And then In a twinkling I felt on my roof AntI 19:14: rennectlvelv., end .rei>- ii,i
n be sure they tried hard enough. resent the unpaid laxtur, the Ii i,
The prancing and pawing of each cloven hoof. paid hospitals are as
I year IU9 to 11"17 I both inclusive Ii
het MAKING THINGS EASIER FOR DEADLY GERMSWe How long this went on I'm sure I can't 8ay.Tho' Three of the planes were coming follows: Mrs. Fay Gill $28.00; amounting $365.36. I I

it seemed an eternity plus a long day. toward me and when they were Alachua County Hospital $61.60; nil Hold xiihHxoiient tax rertiflrateH omitted together or evled with '

have always heard that an habitual drunkard was almost overhead they released two I St. Vlncen'.s Hospital 1500.: tnxen, will he Hold to the highest '
l fud In
bombs which I leave the
( saw
susceptible to pneumonia that his more sober brother, But finally the night after Christmas had passed The following names were Ktuike. in the 21 day of January. '' ;
more And I found I could really think straight at last. plane). The landed about thirty stricken from tht Widows Pension tins.. nt ll-oo: o'clock A. M.

but the exact reason why this is true has always been a So I thought of the New Year a few days away. yards across the creek from where List; Mrs. Lizzie Prevatt, Mrs. liv19"liiilfd. 4.thin the ht day of Janti- i

little vague. Now scientists have a logical explanation. And I've made me -\ vow that no tempter can sway. I: was-130 yards from me as the Alice Thomas, Mrs. Myrtle Priest (CiKb'11'IAf. HK \T.) f f
creek Is 100 yards wide). Boy I Mrs. Leila Rafuse Mrs. Edna .l..1. THOMAS: II'lerk

I Drunken stupor itself does not directly aid pneumoniagerms I'm sticking to water don't even want ice was so afraid I could not move for Jones Mrs. Nellie Grlffia Mrs. (Bradford of Circuit County,Court Florida.of ."". I I

their experiments show. Neither does chilling. But For there's nothing as tasty or nothing as nice. three or four minutes after they Ida George Mrs. Hattie Alvarez t73tl:1.'n1" I

either condition works on the epiglottis, the covering at the The night after New Year may bother some guys landed. The explosion was something Mrs. Julia Crews Mrs Irene Rig. (" Of HM.K OF TAX
1' But I've learned my lesson and brother. I'm wise. awful. I really didn't have don Mrs. Eliza, Hall. Mrs. Lizzie t'EnT3rfcA'rFls d J

" base of the tongue over the windpipe, and on the vocal cords. much to be afraid of as I was in Tyler Mrs. Carrie Mills Ingram Nt ITlr-m IS. HEREBY OIVKN that ,')
' H. A, I" ". "tt has filed
; These two organs relax and let in pneumonia germs which You can have your rich victuals and liquor that's red. a bomb proof block-house. Mrs. Cora Strickland, W. R. wrlltun request that the tax certlflcalfM me- 't.':

they ordinarily keep from entering the lungs. But what goes to my stomach won t go to my head. "Well, Mother you will have a Woodle. Mrs Kate Starling and omitted. to".th"rIth or levied taxeH all held nubneqiient by the "

' So a big Happy New Year to you and to all; I surprise in store when you see your Mrs. Carry Starling, Htn .lv udvertlxed and Hold to the

India ink, placed in the noses of rats, supplied the first I'm back on the wagon, and hope I don't fall! baby boy. You see instead of getting The following were approved for 1 by hltrhi-Ht: I tonne bidder Hill fop 1)95); ennh of the on provided I,

,i' clue'to the pneumonia germ trail. Much more ink was drawn o I .serious, I get sillier each day. _Widows un Pension. : Evle Woodard of the !I.vKltiliiturr..: upon the ..foll'V( I I
f The around here : 'Inca and Ina dest rfbrd real aerate in the '
boys say'Smlth Kelly Daisy Prlngle. i
into the lungs of intoxicated or chilled rats by way of the I County of flrHdful'd. State "of Flor
STARKE WAS ONCE WITHOUT you are nuts,' and I tell them I Deputy Sheriffs Bond In the id:i, In-wlf: ;;
windpipe than in normal rats. am only acting natural My motto amount of 1000.00 signed by M. !:1 l Acres elf SW Cor of NPJV4' of
N"V: of Ki>ad & BW'i of ,1'1::1
' SUFFICIENT AMOUNT OF CHANGE Is 'Live today for tomorrow B. Plummer and C. Dlnklna as NEt & SJnr
Thus does science move in a mysterious (to the aver- you NE'| Except 7 t
be dead.' They can work me sureties was approved. Acre off 8. Side, Sea 10 Tp. 7 '
its wonders to perform and better and may N. It. 21 I_:., 7R A-.".
age layman) way a .n.n.
but I
or anything else always --
I The taxes> to be Hold are evidenced I'
more enlightened world to make. By II. E. Lugergren on afterthought, he admitted that' have my personality smile for Marriage Licenses by cvrtlflcateH. NUH. 218 and 37 ot '\.
Once In the long the then he have few old 1030 and 1931)) respectively and represent .
ago might a coppers them. They can't get me down. ,Ii
i' ri- E. K. I the unpaid taxes for tlovenrx
merchants of Starke. to-wit: Jos. somewheres, and asked Mr. Pace His many Bradford County County Judge Perryman 1139 to 1917 both Inclusive .
SHOW YOUR INTEREST IN TilE PAPERWe said this week that he had Issued
amounting to 1189.87.
Johns & Louis
Alvarez McKinney, how he should the mat
manage friends admire the courage of Lamar -
ALSO: NW-4 of SWV, arC 11
163 marriage licenses to couples
Wltkovskl Thoa. Hemingway and Tp. 7 S. It. 21 E., .
and wish him luck In his dan- containing 40 II
are indebted to Mr. Archibald Johns for bringing to W. H. Rivers gathered at the store ter."I during 1937 -- a decided decrease AcreN, more or lenn.
reckon it would be position. .
very gerous The taxes to be cold are evidencedby I
office this week issue of the Telegraph dated April of Richard & Pace to discuss for Dan Cupid as comparedwith
our an ways I troublesome for But I'll tell reitlfli-RtvH No". 219 and 38 of

17, 1886. This paper is a year: older than any contained in !and means to bring business backto you how I can?(you.help you for oldacquaintance's Presbyterian ServicesDr. Judge 1936.Perryman The figures were accordingto 197 licenses 1(130( and the 1936 unpaid reHpectlvely.. taxes for and represent the- fOr I
normal. For of late an epidemic l'121::: to 1997 both Inclusive
sake. I'll yours ,
our files and for that reason we were doubly glad! to see: it. of Indian herb doctors, wheel-of- buy your J I R. T. Caldwell pastor of the Issued during 1936 as com- amounting to $68.h. III,
and turnIt
junk right now for cash Hald tax certificates together with ,
Although established in 1877. we do not have complete files fortune artists and organ grinders in with our own stuff-what Presbyterian Church will speak on pared with 163 during 1937 a decrease -I all ..Huhnemieiit omitted:: or Levied: '

of papers for the first ten years of the Telegraph's existence.We with irresistible monkeys had say?" I "Some Lessons from the Falling of thirty-four.. I tnx B nlll nt the he 4'ourthoiiHe sell tu the door highestbidder 'In

drained the town dry of small Leaves" at the eleven o'clock service "Hi rite, In the 21 day of January
wish that more of our subscribers would take an active change causing the merchants Joe said nothing( but absented Sunday morning. Christian About 80.000 Bibles are sold I91S, at II:00 o'clock A. at.Fated .

interest in the Telegraph-as Mr. Johns has done-and much trouble and a falling off of himself for a quarter hour. He I Endeavor meets at 9:30: o'clock in dally throughout the world. aov. 1'"T ,this the let day of Janu.

a, bring to our office anything out of the ordinary that other petty sales. There was no bank the then' burden returned ot..at'staggering pld nail keg.under It the afternoon. The public Is cordially :IoU'I'U' OK "n" t 1,6: fF) TAX (OFFICIAL A. J.SEAL THOMAS.Clerk ) .
here to remedy matters and it invited to attend all ser- l'ERTIFI'A'1'6s: of Circuit Court ofUrnilford
people would enjoy seeing and reading about. We would also I that be proved to be two-thirds full of vices. NOTICE) 1 IM 1 HKIIKUY U1VEN that County, :.Tlorlda- '
was proposed a delegate
Mm. E.: Griffin bun filed with m* l-7-3tl-21.
small coins
greatly appreciate our readers telling us, or writing to us, dispatched to Jacksonville to buya -one and two-cent coppers -
three-cent nickel; pieces silver
about any unusual happenings throughout the county. If few pecks of coppers. five and( ten-cent pieces and aright

something is interesting to be that it is Then Geo. E Pace always resourceful smart sprinkling! of quarters.The I
you, you may froze his face into one I I Florida to Honor Famed ScientistS&sssskT. I '

interesting to others, and, although we do our best it is impossible of his inscrutable smiles and ask- contents of the keg were

f' for the Telegraph to get wind of all these important ed that decision be put off until dumped on a bed-quilt spread under -: I,

In the afternoon. He rememberedthat a hickory tree; and after Joel I
things without your active assistance.As .
hadd assured himself that no
near Kingsley lake lived a ..
we have said before, the paper can be no better than canny farmer, who had hoarded silver five-cent piece had got stuck I ...0": .I rSn ,. .J
small change for He went In a crack Mr. Pace smiling quiet .. r "
you make it. If we are forced to ferret our every little bit I .
out there in his buggy and calledon ly began counting subject to Joe'sclose JfJiJ.t. ..... ....... sa
of news we use without help from anyone, it is naturally go- I Ii : : .. .. .. 1 .
the capitalist pretending that scrutiny. The counted money J ....;. .. ..

ing to be a dull paper. On the other hand, with a little cooperation he was on his way home from Mld- i was thrown Into' the keg. Joe cut- ( i* F J'. 1/ ........-:;:....Jro'. :: ....::_or.......:..:.......:.,. "'
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dleburg and that his horse needed ting a notch In a' hoe-handle for ; ..., : .r"r.: : ....... ,
from our readers it could be tTie newsy, readable, I .... '::: !':: ..... 1... ..': ... I
water. He said good-by and started every dollar, while Mr. Pace pick. .hn :O.......:: .'w"'w.. '.
interesting source of information that we are constantly I ;.. ...... :4 :-"" sr"r'"et'e';t.
then ed fallen nut and It into
on, stopped. up a put 'r.."'" 'I
warWJa .. 'o"w
striving to make it. H t.V' I. WrWNw :: .;.: iLr j
... "By the way Joe he asked InItQ1.tDditterent his pocket 'I at the same time. On I > ahMx4 .. .... ,
rai .. .. 11 3b M ,N .1
;:0" anti; ...: W N
manner. "You have wr w ,
conclusion the number of notches ...., ....:; .J ... .a -. "
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@ ONE WEEK OF 1638 ALREADY GONE heard' of the new decision of "the and nuts were compared and found j' ::"..:.:....... ... Oop .::.a::'':',,::''!....... :.....,..:;:....

national treasurer I suppose? to agree and Joe was paid in full. ... .....'.. ...'
7 I .. asft .
One whole week of "No; what's that? 'As to the magnitude of the sum ; *
1938 has already passed. Have I '.. ..
you .
"That all two-bit pieces and Involved in this piece of "fren-' .........:. ."?., ",..'. .. ii?". ..... *:
done any of the things resolved to do or refrained from .....? .; ,. "*? ," .*
I you I smaller coins! must be turned into zltd finance, history Is silent: but ;" .:.ij....? .;."". ', ::.."..... "'?".

; ; doing any of the things you swore not to do? Perhaps you the treasury before the first of the his brother merchant blessed Mr gataK':/01i' a ea ewer.

have but it is doubtful. month and that the coins of the Pace when he divided his spoils I 4d't1 / .r..." esaenu" -.. .., ..--e.. ....
very About the only thing most of N.. ..:;. .... ... ... .... ....,.." ...,.
.. ... 1 .i..lIor :
new inane will be given in ex with them his return toj ., .. ... ,:....,.. --..... I. ''
have I .. .. 'P
us accomplished is learning to write 1038" instead .. .., ... .
of change, elucidated Mr. Pace. Starke, as it would over matters '' :......:.-. ': ,:.., .:' ... .. \
carry .:. : ::: ,,..: ,.,::: .:fo ..
1937. Some few :: .: : :: .
cannot even claim this accomplishment.It "Oh that don't consarn me any; until a new Influx of coins -... .J: t.. : .... .:.'.....:.....,..... .., ,.
[ ain't got none" said Joe Then should take J .:; ..":; ....: ....: '.r ,: -
is still not too late however to make those: good resolu- place.Cucumber |I W F .....,...::;..",.: ..:. .. ...rroJ .:Iui,.

tions something; more than idle threats. One week has passed -r... .,..,"::>,. !

but fifty-one weeks remain. Making progress is almost as Card of Thanks Deal i I.................. .:..'.".... j I

difficult pulling H. D. May requests all farmers 00_.. .. ....
as yourself up by your bootstraps, but unlike {. .... .,..
Mrs. J. Frank Thoman of .. .. ...
Daytona Interested In a cucumber deal for .. .. .... ....
the latter is .. .
not entirely I .
impossible. Beach wishes to thank her this spring to attend a meeting at ....' or.. ... or
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The Manhattan Produce Co., will a. Go.

Commenting on the fact that many newspapers throughout 'Jled at their residence :579 Magnolia offer an Interesting proposition, tefs.'tee' ,

Ave., ou December: 24. after he said I .og. )
the country are raising their subscription rates becauseof being In ill health for many years. --. i

the recent bound in newsprint prices the Bronson Journal He was in business In Starke ten r.KUGUAVES LAST RUN r'': I Ii i,

said: "We have not advanced our subscription price.Ve I years Coast.before returning to the East MADE HERE FRIDAY IW\-....;.. ,. .,' .

know how close to their hearts the paper is and how close' to _
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their pocketbooks the average farmer has to' live. We may Teacher Added workshop sawmill feed-mill By offloUl' proclamation Governor Fred P. Cone ( Floridaiehl ChIef Exeoutlw, proolama; dumlas, Csy'

have to wear old clothes and ride in the same old gas eater. -- chicken farm nut and fruit trees to Charles honor, the, pioneering efforta ,In the "."!. of ei""ie research that have 11_ the lIfatlma work of Dr.

take in taters hams grape arbors, beautiful flower gar' I 7.VuirVi.] (blow). and eggs etc., same as always, but Lord Miss Marguerite Cassels of\ den and a number of bee hives Florid. en when a giant new kraft paper mill will be launched. j I

we love our subscribers and if there is Plant City has been added as a
a blessing :
we want which for several years now have I mIU eyes of the nation will be The fret unit of the Container welcomed Jacksonville
at proceed
it is still of them"Those teacher on the staff l focused little Feniandlna.
more of Bradford )cen his special hobby. No easy on quaint Corporation of America' 18.000,000 thence to view a rarad of Uetorte
the High It was chair by the fireside for him. Yearsof Florida January 14 when! lead Feroandlna mill will be formally pageantry sponsored by the City of
are sentiments of the announced
Telegraph exactly and yesterday by Superintendent I launched at this date
railroading during which heI ing Industrialists financial aDd editorial Walter Femandtna, eventa featured later
like the Journal, we intend to hold out just long A. J. Crlffis. P. Faepcke. Container' president by dedication ceremonies at the
as as we can was not once late to work when on figure gather .. guests of nirrell
a plaque
in the face of advancing costs and try to keep the paper -.- duty, have taught him to love an Florida's Governor Fred P. Con to Hen)'. Secretary Inscribed of Commerce to Dr. new group paper will be mill.guests At Jacksonville at a state ban the

coming to you every week without any increase in During the past. fourteen years active life and he has prepared pay tribute to the work of a die Roper will share speaker honors quet where Governor Con will ..
11,253 miles of main track have himself well against the boredomof I tlnculined Georgia scientist Dr. for the occasion with James O. host

rates. We are already having to pay much more for teen constructed by America's Idleness. I tive Charles Holmes Hert)'. By execu: I Stahlman. president of the American In addition to New fork Chicago

paper than was the case a month but allroads.. proclamation Oovcriior Cone Newspaper Publishers Association ( and Washington
guests GovernorCone
also .
ago, we "love ourubscribers" And yet Peggy took leave of' established this date to apprise all and Florida' energetic
and although we believe that most of them her faithful friend and companion Florida Industries of the growing Senator Claude Pepper. According younz eight bas southern Invited the Governor of

would be Out of a potential electrical without so much as a farewell I, Importance of the Southeastern to plans developed by Cot Fred paper producing "
willing to state to
pay a little more for the Telegraph, we power of 16.000,000 kilowatts on toot. But who I, states' hundred million( dollar new Bradihaw. Jacksonville, bud Cot. finales take part In the day's mo I
can what emotions described
say as a symposium
hope it will not be necessary for them to do so for many the Mississippi river and Its tributaries swelled the heart of her engineer largely kraft paper from enterprises resulting Harold Col e. president of the on the new southern Industry. 'r'

years to come. only 2.000,000: have been pioneering research Florida State Chamber ot Com I Nation-wide radio broadcasts will
he left
tllizeJ. as her safely at .the and pine cellulose utility begun I mer T for the last time? |I I ,enD rears MO br Dr. Hert)'. State's distuuEUlalaed: taeiu will bit :,carry the the eountnr.news of the day throughout I

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