Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 14, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Net Profit Around $60, Old Fashioned Spelling Bradford County Must Bride 'Wakes Up"

Says II. V. Knight, lice To lie Added Choose Between 3 Teaches Homcmaking

Chairman a Attraction Candidates E1ltertaillillg1lJTAUm
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Receipts from the Jackson Day Members of the ol y%* generation
I For the first tlmo In fifteen There Is always something new
Dinner here Saturday night to- -vho are always corprjilalnlng that
years Bradford Countlans must decide under the sun.Entertaining.
taUed $112, H. V. Knight,, chairman i I Pictured. above are three of Florlcla'a youngest Hillbilly Muaic i voting folks these days cannot who to vote for, In the May proof of that state ,
of the event, said Monday. As ,.Makers, and In j spell, will hnve an opportunity will '
judging by age expel lence practice With less than primary, for state's attorney ment be presented by The
soon as expenses are deducted, the nine months playing to their credit, already Billy Parker, 13 (Right). i won to display their ability. The __ Prospects of a spirited contest Bradford County Telegraph which
net proceeds expected to be more : Ethel Mae Parker 13, his sister and J. C. Parker, (Left), who plays | editor of the Telegraph, who has ,t tclmrge !I over this office became evident Is bringing to the Ritz Theatre, a "
than $60, will be forwarded to the the mandolin have appeared numerous times before patients at the of the President's! BirthdayRail bKNATOK; :: T. O, FITCH' this week as J. C. Adklns, Incum- motion picture that pioneers in

Democratic National Committee, Lake City Veterans hospital and, before local social and fraternal this year, hereby announces ', Speaking before the Rotary Clubat : bent, announced that he would) bea fresh, stimulating treatment one \.
clubs. A peculiar feature about the bund is the fact that althoughall that old-fashioned spoiling I
he said.I an
three of their noon Wednesday State Senator II candidate for re-election. T. E. of the oldest and most Important !
instruments, violin, mandolin and guitar, are natural
The dinner and program were "C' instruments the violin is tuned differently from the other two,' match will he held earlier in the I, 'liumun G. Futch, reviewed the Duncan, young Gainesville attorney subjects in the world--Homemak- t

thoroughly enjoyed by the loyal I music pieces. "It's an individual tuning that I taught myself and evening before the customary !i: important work being done by this I I stated last week that he Ing. ;.
Democrats who gathered at eight sister and brother," Billy chimed when questioned. What's the matter climes gets underway j I! International organization, both at i would make the race. Long ago the Cocking School f

o'clock in the Woman's Club audi buddy, don't want anybody playing with you? J. H Benson, high school principal -'1 home and abroad! for the promo- I The race was turned Into a graduated from a curiosity to a 1

.I torium. L. F. Chapman superintendent -, will conduct the match and j|: lion of peace and good will. three-cornered affair Saturday popular necessity In many parts of ,
of the Florida State Farm, it Is expected that the question of I II I I Senator Futch, a native of I when Zach H. Douglas, another the country. Now It has graduat.
had been announced the CAR OWNER TOLD whether folks old folks I 1 I received of his education Gainesville eil
as speaker BEAUTY DRIVEFOR I young or '[ Hampton, part I lawyer, announced himself again, leaping this time into
but instead of making speech "WHAT'S WHAT" are the best spellers will be set- In the Starke school. He j as a candidate also. Hollywood stardom.

he introduced the novel idea of I tied once and for all. It Is plan- has many friends, here who are always Bradford County Is now In the For this Is no routine lecture, no

asking his audience questions STARKE CARELESS DRIVERS SORELYI I ned to give one or more prizes to glad to welcome him and new Eighth Judicial Circuit, which methodical demonstration which
about the Democratic Party. "I EMBARRASSED I those who stand up longest. are watching with interest his Includes Alachua County. The the Telegraph will give to the

event to see if any of the political BEGINS MONDAY LOUD SPEAKER Although tbe regular time for I campaign for a place on the State Inst state's attorney campaign witnessed women of the community for three

I cpeecb.es made here during the i the Ball Is announced by the National Supreme Court.WORK. here was in 1933 betweenthe I days without charge luring the
past few years have been soaking Drivers of automobiles here List Committee as Saturday late A. S. Crews and Mr. Ad. week of February 7.

:.r In" Mr. Chapman said. I week were embarrassed, bewildered night, January 29, local sentiment klna. During the time that Bradford The Telegraph takes a genuine

Such questions as "What is a Sponsored B y Three annoyed, Instructed, taunted, I I will be sounded out to discover I BEGUN was In the TWenty-slxlh Cir pride in being among the first to
and infuriated by their lit-
Democrat?", "Why are you a Democrat having whether more people In the coun- cuit no slate's attorney had opposition. sponsor "The Br\\<.Wakes Up" a
Committees Of tle faults broadcasted
to the four
would to attend full-length talking picture, directed
I ? "Who were the six great- ty prefer Friday
est presidents of the United ,Woman's Club winds by J. S. Clary, owner" o the night. It Is not necessary to hold MONDAY Mr. Adklns has held the position and filmed In Hollywood, witha

& States ", and "What event are we so-called "Safety Car, who set the celebration on the night nam- I' In the Eighth Circuit since 1923. competent cast to interpret the

celebrating, tonight?' kept the A combined clean-up and beautification -! up Call his and mechanism Walnut at the coiner of ed by the National Committee. | ON MARKET --.---- ---- --- appealing story
Streets and
diners\ puzzled and highly amused. drive will be. launched to tike motorists to task proceeded -: As almost everyone knows by1' I TRAINAUTOWRECK : Women young and old, and men
too will
I Strange as it may seem a lot( of Monday by three committees of for failure to hand now receipts from this event are appreciate the humannesa ...
the good party men present could I the Woman's Club with the cooperation and for give signals I used in the fight being waged j I MONDAYF of this romantic screen story In 1

not define a Democrat or tell what of other local organizations lights.disregarding yellow caution -i throughout the country against the I I I Champions Of ProjectSee which home problems have been
event the Jackson Dinner is O PETERSON ESCAPES approached from an entirely new !'t"
Day and groups of interested cit disease Infantile paralysis. The
Mr. Clary said that he had I Realization "
I undertaken INJURY IN 'ALL ST. ungltt. Entertainment,
I profitable
to .
supposed commemorate.A izens. I Birthday Balls here In past years I
hti self-appointed job of COLLISION Instruction, humor and
musical program by several I An have been the big event of the After Two Years romance
meeting was reforming careless drivers in for- ,
''J members of the Strawberry String held at the club house Monday aft- ty-four of the country's forty- winter season, and It Is hoped that i i __ i F O. Peterson miraculously es- tion.woven deftly into this produc. i.
Band, under the direction, of J. H. I ernoon at 4:30:: o'clock where alms el states and that he considered larger crowds than ever before will Materials are being placed on i I II leaped injury Monday morning ,

ensc.n, was enjoyed throughout of the drive were discussed and an- drivers. in Florida a little above I be attracted this time. ,I I flirt _irrfttmrl at the m_ _alto___ of__ the_on .fiir..nI !I.when.. n tfiA un _nnfnmtihllu____._._... n.liu u/nN n._ ,..ilrfv... In fact there are close-ups of anew ,, ..I
,: the dinner. Mexican and Spanish other meeting was called for this the average in carefulness. A good orchestra will be provid-1 mers market about a hllf-mlle Ing collided with an early mornIng chocolate layer cake and a

i ong.i by Miss Grace Dew were afternoon (Friday) at 3:30: o'clock. "Now, now, young lady. Please ed for dancing Iaten.the evening, !j north of town on Road 13, Twenty- freight train at the Call Street lemon chiffon pie that are destinedto
I I also.well-received. The three committees forming the don't turn without giving the proper but the fact that a person need 1 five WPA laborers went to work crossing1. The freight, headed send the hungry audience hustling -

4 I Mr. Chapman was introduced to nucleus of the drive are: American hand signal as required by FlorIda not know how to dance In order I Monday clearing the land, under north antI moving about twenty home to duplicate the culinary

q: his listeners by Judge A Z. Ad- : Citizenship Mrs.. L. A. Cano- state law," Mr. Clary would to enjoy the party la stressed. The I the direction of Rudolph Andrews I miles per hour, crushed the front triumphs.will free recipe sheets each

klns, a member of the committee va, chairman; Beautification, Mrs. plead through his microphone as old-fashioned spelling match will j county supervisor. and left side of Mr. Peterson's car day provide added Incentive.

sponsoring the dinner. Edward Burns, chairman; The the young lady blushed and loiterers appeal to everyone and will be1 I I This week activity brought Joy so badly thai it cannot be re- Experienced housekeepers will

Mr Knight was assisted In makIng -, American Home, Mrs. L. A. Davis, along two blocks of (Call Just as much fun to watch as to i, to the hearts of many interested j I paired thrill to the adventures of the win
the dinner a success! by chairman.The Street snickered. I take part In. :i!: persons here but none more than I I Coming toward the business lis- some bride, whose husband begins (
Mrs'j'I to Jos E. Wilson and F. F (net from east Cull, Mr. Peterson to boil when he finds that she can't '
Knight and Mrs. N. D. following aims of the drive It became quite a sport, gathering ; --- + ---- I I Stump
wright, Sr. who had charge of were announced by Mrs. Davis who at the corner to see who the MRS. who have spent many tin hour un- I said he ldn.t sen any lights or even boil water. But this bride Is
( entertainment. Public officials I I conducted Monday's meeting. next victim would be. I' MANSELL I! tangling red tape and ironing out hear the bell and didn't know a blessed with resourceful determination .

throughout the county helped in "All I "Hey, YOU. Watch that yellow' BURIED FRIDAY troublesome details during the past ,, train was coming until I was right even though the faithful
parkways cleaned of weeds. In her
: !|Isel'vullt girlhood home made
"" i two years. at the crossing. I It
the thought
sale of tickets. The dinner I light, Mr. Clary bellowed. The i was
I trash and
signs. All signs removed effort to her.
| every spoil
.1 was served by Mrs. Alice Ander- from crowd laughed longer and louder BORN NEAR WALDO IN I Originally phOned as somethingmOI.tI : the Orange Blossom Special so 11!
a son, assisted by several members trees city property, shade than ever. 1837, WAS EIGHTY than a $20,000 project, the j turned to the right to try to go What happens after the honey
$ of the Junior Woman's Club. I cleaned., light poles, etc.; vacant lots "That was the sheriff," someone YEARS OF AGE I flnnl plans call for an expenditureof down t the track with It" After I moon Is over ? What happens when

----.--. Unsightly buildings removed volunteered. I only 11832. Of this total the | turning to the right, the car was the bride becomes aware of the
: tumbled down fences removed Mrs. Hannah M. Mansell. who WPA's share will be critical gaze of some of her hus
1 "Oh well, they're more fun than | $8,043. while stopped by a stout wooden post ,
LARD GIVEN ; backs of stores screened anyone else," Mr. Clary said, not :i for seventy years lived In Brad- the county will bear the remaining and. a cement bench, which accounted band's old sweethearts, who are
I by fences with vines plantedon !I one whit taken back. I I font County, died January 6, 1938, $2,889 : for the damage done the not apt to forget heavy biscuits in

TO NEEDY .same or by planting tall bamboo More than one person noticed at the age of eighty. The building will be thirty feet I front of the car, and the locomo- a hurry

CLOTHING AND i that the "Safety Car" wai parked I Mrs. Mansell was born July 13,j wide and 324 feet long. It will tive swept off the left side of the To unravel the mjstery: in advance .
"Discourage the throwing of papers of the wrong side of the street at I I 1857 near Waldo, and was the run east and west on Its twenty- [ automobile (the drivers side) would be to rob this clever
BEING DISTRIBUTED and (rush on the streets by the busiest Intersection In town. I daughter of Stephen and Harriet; acre site which i la Ideally situated without Injuring Mr. Peterson, tale of Its novel Approach. How

placing barrels or wire baskets on Mr. Clary explained this incongruity Sparkman. She was married to between the railroad and one of who was delivering milk on his I, ever the audience la due to share
convenient street corners and by Thomas F. Mansell In the state's busiest highways. morning route. Four milk bot- a series of
In order to pack one of the largest at regular Interval, however, October, neighborly food consul-
amounts of shortening pr par- I asking the assistance of the cityin saying that the necessary power 1873, and to this union four children !- The market will be operated tin tIes were broken, and after the tat tlons, In which expert home specialists -

'ed for the State. Welfare Board seeing that trash ia placed in could not be had on the other side were born. Mrs Mansell was I I] der the supervision of the State I eolllnlon, Mr. Peterson Immediately reveal the secrets whichgovern

t and partly distributed In Bradford name. of the street, of a quiet, home-loving dlsposl-j Marketing Board and In designedto I j bought a new car, transferred the perfection of flaky piecrust

f County, "rnore than 160,000 trays "Beautify all public property Most drivers took the heckling tlon and always sympathetic with give farmers of this section II his milk, and continued Its de- fluffy cakea molded icebox

and elgh'teen miles of wrapping such as: Church grounds, school, In good spirit, some few moved I 1 I those who were in trouble. I mote convenient and profitable i\ livery. "The milk must get marvels, appetizing salads and

. paper were needed. court house, jail, city hall, and the their lips omniously, but it oc The funeral services were held I outlet for their prndurn.B through" correctly rousted meats

. It was announced by Mrs. Rubye main entrances to the city. I curred to none to ask young Mr. I at the family residence and conducted E. North, construction man- | There is no lake at 'the sharp It will be a real cooking class,

Ti' R"jia"n4: : commodity supervisor "Appeal to every homeowner to Clary just who he though he was by the Rev L. A. Shepherd -i agei'. estimates that It will lequire curve where roail 28 comes Into just as though the model kitchen

that seventeen drums of lard were Improve appearance of home and by what right he stood there i of the Baptist church. Sulta-| approximately three months to Starke from Keystone In front of were right on the stage, with the

1 received last week to be grounds by planting backgrounds, telling them how to drive an au- j I.omoblle. bin hymns were sung by a quartette -I: complete the project. I the R. S Fernandez residence but ectpllon') that the view actuallywill

4 uted to three counties dlstrlb-I I foundations, end other plantingsof I comoosed. of !Mrs.\ L... a.. Pow.. I I fish were knee-deep there early be more complete for each oer-
l prise Unit No. 11; Bradford, Baker; evergreen shrubbery. So far asI I Mr. Clary Insisted that his car I ell, Mrs. L. A. Shepherd L Oi I R. A. THOMAS t Monday night' when the loaded I lion In the audience The gueata of

and Union counties. The shipment I I possible, add paint where needed. was privately owned and the ques- i and John Powell. Interment was pick-up truck of a Bronson fish the Telegraph In the buck rows
I r
tt.ta's< approximately 1,870 pounds I I' Create outdoor living rooms, and tion must have arisen In more than | In the family plot at Prevail Com- '. DIES TUESDAY I dealer skidded on the wet pavement will share the same close-ups ot
ask owner to make effort mind and turned over. The driver the busy mixing bowl which
of shortening:: to be given to 402 every an one "What Is the catch? He etery. INTERMENT IN are-
cases. The largest amount will to have something blooming on Isn't standing out here in the cold | Surviving Mrs. Hansel 1 are her CEMETERY WEDNESDAY PALATKA was coming to Starke and was goIng being seen In the front of the Ritz.

go to Bradford where there are 167CPICS premises at all times of the year." all day long just for the fun of it, 'four children Misses Retta nnd AFTERNOON too fast, witnesses said. Spec- So realistic Is the atmosphere of

eligible for commodities. --.- -- la he?" The answer came a little I Susie Mansell Walter Mansell, | I tutors reaching the scene quickly I modern Kitchens, with their gleam-
later when his companion canvass Resin helped the driver right his truck, Ing, convenient equipment and
The Absolom
shortening. according to VIrs.Raymond NEGROES I and :Mrs. Lewis B. Ayer all of Thomas, 66. died I
ed business houses I; after which he picked up his fish cheery Informality, that the audience .
taking a
will be delivered Saturday up I Starke: grandson. Mansell Ayer, Tuesday morning In a Jacksonville 1
January 15 In this county. PLAN RALLYMRS. collection, explaining the great I Starke; brothers R. M. Spark- I hospital, after being In 111 health :,: and continued on his. way really feels part of the scene
good that done --+ ---- Soon the deft worker seems to be
was being the for
by about three Funeral
Mrs. Raymond Slid that clothing man, Pine Castle: R. L. Spark- years.
ALVAREZ ANNOUNCES "Safety Car." services Were held FIFTEEND DED talking directly to each person in
' la being distributed! to the needyof man, Tampa. Wednesday aflsrnoon -
RESULTS OF SEALCAMPAIGN the theater, rather than
to the
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Baptist church
the county on Tuesdays, Wednesdays Out-of-town relatives attendingthe with TO RELIEF ROLL bride.
Protest Salary Raise the Rev. L A. Shepherd, assisted' I
: Fridays. A dIstribu- funeral were: R. L. Sparkmanand

( tion of peas, prunes dried milk Final returns from the sale of A committee of a dozen citizens daughter, Miss. Alma, MrsHeltn I by the, Rev. C. B. Price of Arcadia TOTAL, OF MEN WORKERS of Every practical listener l Ideas will among find a the harvest suggestions
and rice two pounds of each.! Is Christmas Seals In this county i Sparkman and sons, Klr- officiating. Interment was NOW SWELLED TO for
appeared before the City Council i In a Palatka more efficient homemaking -
being made on Thursdays and were Mrs. i mit and Bill of cemelery ONE
reported yesterday by at Its meeting last week to all Tampa; R. M. Mr. Thomas HUNDRED FIVE covering such daily problems
Fridays of each week, Mra. Ray- J. M. Alvarez as 15030. All of I pro- Sparkman Pine Castle; Mr and was born In Samp- i
test the raise of as laundry,
lal- refrigeration
? mond said.I this, with the exception of $49.53 I Mrs. Will Tillis, Mr. and Mrs. W. ion City. August 28 1871, arid was Relief rolls In Bradford county otodute
In mall contributions, raised arles to $23 a month. Spokesmen L. married to Deborah Kite, In 1893. I were swelled January 1, when fifteen entertaining beauty secrets
I The large shipment of shortenIng was Campbell, Jacksonville. of
for the committee were Dr. Mrs. Thomas survives her news modernized home
I hus men added
c will all be distributed within by Mrs. Alvarez from the sale of W. E. Active pall bearers Edwin were to the Road equipment and
Middleton and P. M. Bare- were band. For she tips on making
many year was aresident projects now active In Bradford. It
the month In allotments of four bonds. She is still hopeful that I
Prevail, Claude these
foot. O. Prevatt Middleton mechanical
L. servants
member of -
Beaaley, the of Palatka. yield
I coming to j| wa announced at the local WPA
pounds to a client.Cogressmanlo. j many of those who have receiv- council, made a motion that the Prevatt, John Prevail, Lester I Starke about six and office the highest degree of usefulness.
( ago that
yesterday the total
> d seals
; and have
not sent In
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action be rescinded, but It died for D. Wainwright, Jr. I at the time of hla lust \Illnea he number of workmen now only will the picture be
, Speak j! money for them will do so immed- want of a second. It was decided -. -.-.- -- I was employed by the Palatka''j In WPA In the county stands employed at- tree, but there will be a host of

I lately. that the new schedule would I New : dally gifts und surprises arranged
William D. Upshaw, Congressman salary Peggy's Engineer Lumber Co. ton. most of them working under
man from Georgia and one time Mrs. Alvarez hall just been appointed not go Into effect pending a definite I Iw. Beside his widow, the deceased I direction of Rudolph Andrews, on by the Telegraph and participating -

candidate for president on the I chairman for Bradford I ruling on whether or not the L. Wright. of Oviedo. will Is survived by two brother, H. H. road repairing projects. Work In firms, who are joining: force. .
I Prohibition Patty ticket, will County by the Florida Tuberculoj -, councilmen bad a right to raise pilot\ "Peggy," the Seaboard's engine I Thomas, Hollister and T C. the Heilbronn Springs district and to make the unusual entertainment:
j Association for 1938. salaries effective during their I running between here and Thomas available to the community.
peak in the school auditorium own I 1 of Palatka; two sinters, on the Brownlee road Is progress-
Friday i i Negroes of the community are terms of office ; Bell, for the next few weeks at Mrs. S. E. Jones Sampson City Ing, while the workmen --- _..--
I night at 7:30: o'clock. The repair
) general: public is Invited to attend I planning a rally to be held Sunday -.---+..------.-- IItast. It was stated that a permanent I and Mrs. J R Merrill. Ft. Pierce; bridges and do other general work. E J. Lewis Announces

t" and there la no admission' charge. j,,:I workers afternoon, white, January and 23. State More Ripe Berries I I I engineer will not be assigned i' three lions, R L C. of Wlldwood. I It was not stated If another Increase E J. Lewis, of r.rokir: ( announced

? -- -- ... 'I i be colored will I to the run until probably H M. Augusta, Ga.. and Kenneth, I' in workmen can be expectedin yesterday that he will b.
Cloth present peak. A program Two more huge ripe atrawber-( sometime next summer. AV.. of Starke; and by two daughters, the future, but it was believed a candidate for re-election to the
made of
finely spun glass of negro spirituals la being arrang-1 rise were brought to our office I Redgrave, the for the 1
I engineer Mills Clyde Nell Thomas of btarke that eilgtbles will be added
has become I'1 I I as the> school board from DHtrlct Thro"
ble. commercially avalU- be ed.reserved A section for white of the church will last week. They were from P. 8LBarefoot's || past twelve yearn, retired last land, Mrs. C M. Fowler, of West I, show willingness to appear after lie will make his formal annoi-nce-
people. patch the ice week.
neat plant.
Palm Beach. woik cards are Issued. n"nt lui :r.

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There are at least 2,000,000 solar r Ser 16 Ti". 7 S. R Ill B. run.titiiitng "! time und place said Petition will b* tlon for a. tax deed to l.. Issued NO'r.f'l or APPLICATION DON'T GET VP NIGHTS
:L: BKOOKEKMlra Silo Acres more or less. heard, to chow If you thereon. Huld certificate embrace TA x nEE >

systems similar to our own. The taxes to be sold or.evidenced haw or If any there 'h UInt.e why the tol.wlnl described property inthe (Senate Hill Na. 1011)NOTICE THIS 25o TEST FREE If n ,

\ Vern Gn.lny CorrespondentTha by certificates NOH. 177 of said r"rundinl bond should not be 'f Bradford. Slat ofFlorIda ISJHEllKBYalVEM, That Help l.tu'e drive out wait.exces. "',

1930 and 1934 respectively, represent t" .. confirmed In conformity ta-wit: Foster 8hl Smith holder of Tax Certificate which can .,. ", "
all birds i Is ,0 ,
E. Mc- The largest of living I the unpaid, taxes I the with the prayer set forth In 1.01 Vhree. of W..t Half of No. 8SO. I.H..d the 7th day 'Irritation that wakes lau"you "

many friends of O. the ostrich--the smallest Is the years 1929 to 1937. both In u.lv. Petition and pursuant to the Northwest Quarter I In Section of August. AI has flied caused scanty flow burning iii."

Gauley will be Interested to learn bird. amolllll to "89.70. < i: of the State of Florida I In such I Thl'I.lle. Township Seven same In my, office and has made backache. Flush' the kidney ,,

humming : SBi-i of NE% Seo. 1 e... made and provided.AND. Twenty-two Kast.Containing application f.'r a tax deed to be you would the bowwla, Uef, "
that be has recently purchased Tp. 7 S. R. 21 E.. containing there being no newspaperrubllshed Ten Acre. more or Issued thereon. Hal
the grocery business here which 1S1ITK 14 OF a %I.fr: nt' TAXCl.irriF.4MTl. Acres, more or less.The :: ": In said Special Tax School I I. .. the following: property .te. mada Into green tablet ,
::1 taxes to be sold evidenced I Number Klitliteen; nf Bradford I The asseseiiielut of the said property In th* County of Uradford say linkers to any druggest i .. i
Charles I.
was formerly operated by KOTIfn I 18 HKIIKBV (;L'JX that bv certificates No*. 224 and 179 of County Florida, I the Bradford under" the said certificate Is- State of Florida. to.wll at Carpenters Drug Store. ,

Hardy. We wish Mr. McGauley Mr. F. II. Long has filed with ni* 1930 and 1934 rspectlvelv, and represent County Telegraph it duly <|iiallflednewspaper .u.. was In> 1.1 mi ma of J. P. Pott jOist Half of NOI.th.l"t Quarterof
enterI w'IU.I, n-iuest| that the (lax certificate the unpuid, taxes for tlie lull.hcd In Bradford I I HII.H.< ,. oertlflcata .hal be Heel Inn 2 K 7 South FoIr

much success In thin new tielher with ni subsequent years 1929 to 113. both l'Ilve.' County I I. hereby r"d..I.o accordingto the flange 21 Kiint. containing: 80 I 10'1'1'110" APPIC''I'IO'

I rise. omitted or levied I.".. held by the amounting- $ designated a. the newspaper In I described therein Itl becold Acres, more or lesw. I (Senate Hill Mo. 16:lNOTICK3
Stare he advertised and sold to thehtgh.st ALHO: NKV of NWH A of which this nutlc shall i be, publishedIn to)I tie highest bidder the assessment of the said prop I >

Mr. and Mrs. Lorle Mott are thee bidder for cash al providedby SKli of NWU Sec. 17 N' H. four (4) consecutive weekly court house dour on the first Mon- "rri''u the said certificate I I- IS HI41REUYOIVI41N, 'i-hat(

of born Hotme 1'1 al18 of 1I7: act. n 21 I 13., contaIning 00 Aer.a.'nnrl sues beginning January. 7th, 19,18. day In the month of February, 1938 ued wax In the nnm of Unknown.I'nless I W. H. Harrell. holder of Tax i r. ,
baby boy (
a Issued
proud parents of the I"IIHI.IU"Ip.n the follow- I or les*. 1; WlT.N'KfS W1I1CHEOF: I I"'j which la the 7th., day of February, ald certificate "hal tie urinate No. I. th.ftrd. ii!;,) ,,t
Monday. January 10. Mrs. Mott log \ &. In theCi.nniv Inx.. to be sold are, evidenced, ho.unl. set my band and I redeemed uvcordlngto I"la I AUll.ti A. D. 19.11, filed can>.' ,
of Stute of Flor- It** Mai.l 1 a. .,.. !: l.kt* :1t I lco and has male ,nlli"ii li
Bradford. do.'eihol
Miss Cor c.rltlr.I"H NTnu IAR and eAR r\t th. > nf I!* > .KrhUA '.0". '. .II.. _01.1. .. lou. or n.p'.. n. .aCIi Iiasold ai "
be remembered as -- '
will '"LO "TV.: 1931 133 r..cllv.'i.-.Rnd-' rep- Iledi'ii, :., i iak'e. Bradford I ill,"'. U:7.UJ'I'JII. ; 1 [ to tliv ., for a tax deed to be isauedti.i':, i,:

della Brown. II. 1 E* N 10 t of r..r Inl.all the C.I/ly [ day of Jan ( fH".H.) court, house -llrh.-biJdr' I Monday Said: certificate: embraces the fi.l-

lot 9, 12 C, N. J. Jone. )''' 19.10 7. both Incll.lve. ""1). D. 1938. At. J. In the month of February, 1938, lowingdeucrlbed (iroperty In tlit i
Mrs. M. Wiggins and Mrs. V. Addition Hrk. In iii; ,. of amolltnl to $011. A. J. THOMAS. Clerlt TlOIA8. Court of which IH the 7tu day of February, County of Bradford State of KTi."

E. Sapp of New River spent last .VW4 W of St., Sec. 28 NW" Seo. 17 A* Clerk of the Circuit nriidford County Florida 1935. I Ida to-wlt:
Tp; 6 S. K. 22 M. Tp.:Sfs. R. 21 K.. containing I 40 Court of Bradford Dated thin IHU day of Decem- North-Weit Quarter of South
Thursday afternoon here with Mrs. ''h. taxes to .Bold are evidenced '. or leas. Florida.OFFICIAL County, U.H-6t.I.:1. her 1": Went Quarter and of South Hair
bv Noa. see and 894 of The taxes to be sold : of Nni'th-Rast; Quarter of
F. W. Markey.Mr. c.tlth.al.. are evidenced ( SEAL) OK ( SKAt.) South
1930: and 19:14: r."I"elv.I) and represent bv certificates No. 223 and 483 of KNIIHT & K.MKIHT 10'1'1'1 T\\ArPI.IoTIU'nF.t.ltllenata : / OFFI'IAL J. THOMAS, Went Qu.rt.r. Section One.

and Mrs. Leon Wildew were I the tax.. for the 1930 and 1933 r..p.cUv.ly. and represent Attorney* for Petitioner. ( Illll No. 10.1NOTICM ) Clerk of Circuit Court ofl.4rol.d Township Seven South hln,..
15211 to 19.17. both Inclusive, the Nineteen East
rears unpaid taxes for the 1-7-41-1-28. County Florida. containing1: Mlxtv
JH That
visiting in Trenton Sunday after- amounting to $365.36. years 1929 1 1937. both I ttFlth4EtYILV18N. AcreM or leas.
O.V.: r. Hall holder of Tax Certificate or.
j, Said tax, certificates together with : Wn&: to. $81.19.; !1Oii(14 OV .\I.": OF lAXl4HTIF'It'.i'U'IS No. 1626, issued the 7th dayof 1.178.IU.NO'rlfF Tha assessment of the Cult ;:lr.
all omitted or Levied a''
tinder the
non.The .ub."u"t % NW4! : OF APPLICATION .rly said certificate ,i--
August A. D. 1 33. has filedsame
Rev. O. E. McGauley. tat.I wil the ba Courthouse sold to the door highestildder In Tp. 7 S. R. 21 E.. ,' In.II.lve'j (IS HEREBY. OIVEN that In my office and ha* made TAX I>K18INenate StIed waa In the name of 1C: R

and Miss Reba Lee A..r.. more or less. W.NOTWr, application for tax deed be ( ntll fin. 16.1) Murrhee.Uitiess.
Charles Hardy h has filed with a to
Htarke In the 21 of January to be sold me written
1 day Th. tax. are NOTICK 1 HBHKBV O1VKN.: That said certificate
; Hardy attended church services at 1938, alII ::00 o'clock M. by ..rtrlr.I.. NOH. 61 and 602 of request with that all the tax certificates Issued Ih.r.on.the following Hald; cerltl'ate embraces O. W. Hal.> holder of Tax Certlflcnte redeemed according: to "llnl. th I I".
Diited this the 1st day of January 1928 tog.lh.r subsequent omitted
respectively, and r.preH.nt : 0 ? the 7th property described therein
( day
Santa In tha IN."s,1 lx
North Pleasant Grove near R.O'j'ICIAL. I the or levied taxes held by the State he erty County of Uradford wi
unpaid taxes for the sold
I advertised State of Florida to-wlt of AuUHt. A. D. 1933 has ftle,1clinic to the highest bidder th,'
, Fe Sunday. ( SEAL) years 1927 to Inclusive, and sold to the highest : In office and has court house door the
J. IAS. 1Yi.bOlh:: bidder r canh provided Went Half of Houth-East Quarter my mad on first Muti.! >,
amotuitl.ig- IW by application/ fur deed to bo day In the month of
a February
, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Strayhorn Clerk of Circuit Court of At.14 : F.i j of NEH A the House 3H8 of 1937 net of I of Nwi-th-Eust Township Quarter H South.Section limned thereon. S IJaer l Rte I I Is the 7th. day of February 19,18which :,

and children of WUdwood. spent Rradford County, 1.'lorlla. NE'i f:1 NWV. of NW%NVwU described Legislature real the following I I la n I.Uh East, containing braces the fOII"vlll descriied I property : 191H.
estate the
; 1-7-31.1.2. of_?! MIC': ,., of SWL, _Ex ... .. _. County. ., In_ .of I. Dated this ZStll.. day of Deci-m_
: ._
AI._ ___.I.i. Is-o.. nr., .. .! V\L" "r H..r. .1 .. 'I. .I.' a.r. or Ie. oully Dladford. '
._ .. ..-.... .1"Rt. h. .1 4 C.* 101 CV r. at .u w- saId Slate or I"IorIiIL.| > tn-wit: lIe, 19.17.

'. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Ha- :NO-I'H t-pItIlFlt: fll'Nl.I' "TKHNOTICK OF TAX SJ'F.' .. 21 360 Tp.Acrea 7 K. HI.I E., ,I------: 5 7 of Hlk H Orig InJ.r a."m.-lt-"rlh.h. .aid c.rlflr.te property Issued I North.E..t Quarter of North. 'OFFICIAL SEAL)
prents. more or and East Half of
lila! or In the J. W. A. J. THOMAS
IK HKItKIIV GIVEN that less. Town Stnrke. NI3!. of lame Bouth-Kaat of
sen.Mr. .Urn. K. (Irlffls has filed with m* The taxes to sold HWii Hi.-ilun 2 S. Jackson.UnlesS. Kast Quarter North- Clerk of Circuit Court, 'n\n.hll I
Quarter Section 22. Township
and Mrs. T. W. MarKey and written reriuest that tha tax certlfl- certificates N'.". 2.1.1 AI..I".n..d, 182 and 181 It. it Ifl.. said certificate shall ber.d""I.,1 8 South, flange 22 Kant, Bradford County. Florida
eaten together with of 1930, 1934 The taxes b sold according; to law the 12-31-51-1-28..
and 1936
subsequent to
al are evidenced
werevisiting containing 60
Markey acres more
Miss Martha Evelyn described or
re.p..lv.ly. therein will 1 ba
omitted or levied held by the and represent I the ti ,' i by certificate Noa. 362 of 1935 ir"r.y: lean.The. -- '-
In Jackaonvllla recently 8 State he advertised and sold to the the years 1929 to both.Inc-lu-1| spectlvely and represent 1.- t th e hIghest bidder at ti'swiuirt I KOTirn Oron '
aMHeMMment of the Raid AIPt.VC'STiO'4
: Wl4 house door the first Monday property -
7Ixer > on -
bidder for vanli
hlKhcxt providedliy
ns the I
sly.iini.iuttng to 50. year 19H4 to 1937. ,
and Mrs. W. under the TAX UtEU
of Mr. Issued
the I -
J In the month of February 1938 .aid
gUI'st House Illll 8(111( of the 193T act ALSO : sive c.rlth'at.
: SEH Hoc 22 aiiiountlnir to
orVI. Tp $614.90. wan In the (Srimle Illll
I name I\o. 1418):i
: Webb Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Har of the L"KIHI"llr. II.nn the r.low- 7 S. It. 21 J. containing 40 Hald' tux ceitlflcateH/ 10Ielh.l. with which 1938. Is the 7th day of February, Unless said certificate Ulk nO\I. IOTr.t11>HKKRBY GIVEN. That

ing <"H'I.d r.nt Acre, nor. less. all ubM riuent i>' redeemed Ihal O. holder of
\ Dated thl ICth according to the Tax Or
lay of Decem Ilw.
vey.Miss (00 Ii I Irldrul'd. Slutu of FI.I'- The taxes to be sold nr.evidenced taxes will bo 'I"llt\"d the highest bet, iiii: ?. Irop..ty described therein lie, tlflcata 10. 1S32, Issued the 7th d.n
I Marjorie Mott Is spending Ida. to-wlt : U.v certificates Nos. Ind, I 1H3:I of I bidder at the ('.urlhou door In (OFFICIAL SEAL) ..hi I tha, highest bidder wil the of D. I nun filch
K'/4 of NE'i W of no R d & K'iof 1930 and 1935 respectively I and Slack' on hue, 21 I of trnu."IYff: :
I January court
? a while with relatives In Ft. My 5 represent A. J. THOMAS. house door on the first Mon flame I: lies load>,
i fee. !I4
NVfy, of NB 4 Tp. the 19i8.: alii
-npald :00 u'cl.ick
taxes for the A. M. In
day the ninnlh of 1938 application for a tax deed
Clerk of Circuit Court February to hut'
of :
ers. S. H. 22 K.: Acres.more 211211!! to 1937. both I Dated tills the let day of
; conl.lnlli 4 y.'ar. Inclusive, J.nuIY. IiradCord, County Florida. which la the 7th day of February, Issued thereon. Sail certificate .n.-.
or 1148 .
I... I amounting- $38.67. 193S. I the
following described
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot The taxes be sold ar. evidencedby ALSO: Frac'l IW'or'i T.ol. 4, IOt't"WIAT.81AT.) U-I.St-I.U. Haled this 16th day of Decem erly:i 'e7n' the County: of 1 llrudford prop,

and Misses Sarah and Juanlta certificates Nos. 2! IDftS 6 & \V j of Lot ? 9) Seo. IAS. her, IRa?. Slate of Florida to-wlt:
"""Htn'ly. nnd represent taxes r"'j 23 Tp. i S. 1C. 21 E. contalnlnK 1 Clerk of Ch''ul Court of itOTM'K .N\.I: OP TAX (OFFICIAl. Si'IAT.) North-west Quarter of Northtval -
Barefoot and Christine Cutshaw, of 1834 to 1937, both 70 Acres more or Brad fOI'd Florida.OTICK : A. J. THOMAS Section 23. Town-
Starke, were visiting here Sundayas Hlve amnuntlnar to S128.17.AbSO Ilelu'l The taxes to be sold "I. evidenced 1-7.3t.l-21. ) IOTICF HKUKHY tHVE.V that Clerk of Circuit Court of Mili,> South flange 2z Bant,
: All of N1:' K D. has with
I : E'i li by certificates Nos. 184 of 11U5 respectively .XOI. fled me writ Hradford County, cnntalnlna 40
a the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R Uoad & NK'i of NH'i: of SRli and represent I the unpaid ten request that th. tax certificate t'lurld. less. more or
I .c. 34 S. n. SJ K., : OF.P 0. TAX together with all subsequent omitted 1.1-51-1-1.
contalnlnir taxes
T. Osteen. If'lr" 'K. for the Y.lr 1934 to 13. ('.:R'I'I.'U' : I 'in. assignment of the said prop
leaa. levied held
mora or both Inclusive taxes by theState
amounting to $ NOTICE JVOTK'K erty under the
Miss Cleone Kdmundson The to be sold evidenced Id: JI Jl Y liVEs that he i advertised and old 01 "ppIC".O: said certificate Ic1.11 -
o spent tuxes are ALSO: N1.( & NLi of tint Louise to the .1 "'ai In titS
i M. filed with home of fnknown
h%' r-, lf' nt S. :303 and SOO of 27 Stanley me highest bid,lr for cash provided : I
T|> 7 S. H. 21 containing ( eal, I'nless said
the week-end here with her sister 1. written request that the tax cer la. IM certificate be
U32 cud IKJJ .-" and represent 400 Acres, more le* by House Bill 396 of the 1937 Act NOTICE I.H .hal
Mrs. Colonel Crosby.Mrs. the un"II,1.I..lv.ly. for the tificate together with all Bubsequent nt the I..-01 slat II I>A. 111..." I llj. fnltrtwrIng n ." u_ "HEREBY L_...._ OIVK.V.._ __ That,. I "r-xleonii'd.."." _according_". .to ,u. the.
The tflxes to sold are evidenced or levied taxes held u. .. 'n un: '. U. .T.. "
onIU.d u. '' 05SoLd
Lela Mae Bloss and children reliVe 19:11: to 1937.: lioth Inclusive, by certificate No.. 239 and 193 of b) the Mate be advertised and sold (' d.i"' real -.t-0t- In the Irlrat. No. ISi 5, issued the 7th I"ra to the highest lnerel hldd.r Wil the
aim.iintlnir to $197.34. 1930 and the Hrndfurd of Flo. 'H A. t>. 1833 court house door
1935 bidder for has fiiedsan on first Mon
respectively, and cash a* th.
represent hllh..t '
returned home after Suld with ida
tax together I
Sunday c..lf.p. lh. unpaid taxes for the provided ,>u". Hill 39H of the to.wl: ,e my ; .I and has made day In :the mouth of February, 193F

pending a week in Trenton with .I, .uh"'II.nt I,. omlt.d the or highest Levied y.ar 1929 1937 both inclusive, I 1'3 act of the J."gl"latule. upon Lot 17, 1'. 19, :BO of Hlk 14 application a tax deed to tie which! |is the 7th day of February:

.. wi amounting to $8IM.d9. folowlnl: d..e.ll.d r.ul estate Hampton. 1.". 19 Tr>. 7 t. Issued Ifinj'flt **i.l4 certificate enilirncen : 1930.
her sister Mrs. Frank Polk. bidder the Courthouse door In It
"' In the 21 day nt January, ALSO: SElJ of SEH" Sec. 27 I In Bradford state of 2 E"The the followingr described Ttrop- r.Vo<1 thl. 16th day of neeem-
The friends of T. B. Pin- 'a'k. Tp. 7 S. H. 21 E.. Florida to-wlt In the bef, 1037.
many j 103*. at 11:00: o'clock A. 81.Dated containing 41 : iaxe la be sold are evidenced erty County of Bradford,

bolster will be Interested to know this the 1st day of Janu- Acrl' more or lea*. NEi-i .of NW'4 2Zt l.en See. by ...tflrale Nos. 420 and 144 of mate of t"lolld., to-wlt: (01''J'I.\L SEAL)
to be 25 Ti 5
sold' ) H. It. of
",'v. 191:'.. Th. ",, are evidenced 11 1931 and HI-I Nurlhw..t Quarter of A. J.
represent THOMAS.
that he was operated on in Jacksonville ( aNAL) by certificate Noa. 194 of 11136 re- 10 Acres more or less. taxes re.ppclv.ly. 19.10 : 1'1 h.a"t Quarter of Section Clerk
to 1 of
circuit Court
OFFlIAI. upectlvel.v I and reprefceiil' the The taxes to be sold It Soulu Range of
unpaid are : Township
last week for a growthin J. THOMAS, : 137. Inclusive to Hradford,
Clerk of Circuit Court of InxeM for, the years 19.14 tn 19D7, both by certifIcate' :oa. 261 of holl. moultli East "rltalnlng: 20 Acres, more County Florida.

the nose. He recovered rapidly.T. Bradford County Florida. Inclusive, uinountlng- to $30.33. ..:,'.rl".ly. and represent ta r".1 or le. 1.17..I.I.U. _____ .___
B. Pinholster and l-7-3t-l-2t. ALSO: NVri,; of ST,!., & WW of years 1933 to 19:17.: ALSO: Lot 3 S/D of SW4 of The assessment of the raid prop-
the Rev. NWI & I'M. of K ( nf KHl' Korv ell"lv. to ft'7_ boll SWV. (. .also. known_, as. Hamilton ertv under> the anM certificate laBUHd 1 0'1'.('

C. A. Crosby attended the Baptist iso-rio: OK II.K: or' 'r \ \ 21 Tp. 7 S. -Ii. -21 \; 'ciiniaiiiliitr,. 1.ld .nwlnlnr. ;* together" with ,.egnls ... 20 Tp. 7 8. R. 22 was In the name of Unknown. N'.lk-e: Is hereby' given I Mri

Convention In Jacksonville Tues 4'F.HTIFHITI.N: ISO Acres. Inr. 0' ICBM.The ,I all subsequent omit, tod i>r Lev led 1. containing. 4 Acres, more or diles iuld rertlflcat "hal he Hodr. na miardlmi, tolt oil
IS lll.l.KHYrilVKN that tuxes I," sold are evidenced I I.xe. will l>e sold, to the highest bid- .. redeemed. according to the l.r' ,, and slhl B"OII. >
day and Wednesday. ff.IOTH"P has with me l:liy: certificates: I Noa. 240 and 195 of I d"r at the Courthouse door In Stark by The taxes to be sold are evidenced property i described I therein will be the 2!'th day of Jlnu"r.Ilnn., wi..

;, 1.olt that tl.,1 tax itt- 19.10 and 19.1. respectively, and represent on the list day of January, 1938. at cerllflrntes Nos. 33. 356. 337, Bold to the highest bidder l at the apply to the A. K.
w'IUel Ih. 8S8. and 35!) of 1929 fonn""bl.
r.'II""t and Certlf.liate
(, i together, with the hi taxes for the i 11:00: o'clock A. 5!. .1. court house door DI the first Mon- Porryman. County Hrad-
FLA. STATE FARM or levied "al held by 111 yearn 1929 1011 917. both Incl."lv.1 Dated thin the 1st day of January No. 470 "of r : sala r..p.c. day In the month February, 19.18, ford County. ': r Judl" authority
represent the which Is the Till to sell private
Mints advertised and unlit to tbehlithext amounting to $.1.1908.ALHO 1938. Iv.ly.nd day of February, at f. the undIvidedonethird <

*. Bryan Whltfleld, Cor.t"l .. .bidder for cash as provided .1 : NW1. of )ti.2', .. Bee. 29 TI>. (OFFICIAL BRA) ta..1 Inclusive the years, 1928 to 1937, 1938. Inl..t, each of said

) by House Bill 896 of the Ill)? art 7 S. R. E., containing 40 I A. J. THOMAS. ALSO> : a"olntl. to UOi.8S.. ber.Dated 1937.this 15th day of Decem minors, In to tbe following-
-- of Acres more or Clerk of Circuit Court of aht scribed property to-wlt:
the Leirlslature. the follow-
Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Brook- liifc described real) upon estate In the The tnxea to be sold are evidenced I Bradford County Florida.INOTICK Tp.Acres 7 S.mora K. or E.less.. containing 40 (O.'l"ICIAL. J.SEAty 1.01. A, H. C. D. F, and Lot I.

"County of Hradford, ', Mint* of Florida by c.rltlcul.. Xo. 242 of 1930. and 1-1.3t.l-21. The taxes to be THOMAS Block 12, IPS 20 feet lying
er, were dinner guests Sunday of "'" unpaid the al' evidenced Clerk ef Circuit Court of ncroHS Mouth Lot
.. tlxl for
their son-in-law and daughter Mr. 3 to-wi. off: HW ('or of NI-.i', of .ar 1923 to 19:11.: h"'lu.lv. OP Mf.5: OK TAXCF.ItTIFIlATF.M by e".tt.fn.1 .,". respectively Nos." ann and 1501 represent of 'A.lford, County. Florida. J flInch 12, accord.' I'IOfto: plat :1
amounting I i 1.1.511.1.XO'I'U'F ii Hunl..ol City, TownshIp
N1->, \V of HWU of 115.03.AI.jn II
unpaid taxes for tileyears
and Mrs. Sanford Ritch. : NtV' HW-i Less 6 IS 7 H.. U. 21 East
XK' & Enr Kxcepl 7 HKKICKY: IHVEN that ,
# NFI I'ICP 1928 to It37. both Inclusive, OK
Acres -ff a. Hide 7 11 SW Cor Sec. 29 Tp. 7 ha filed APPI.IATIO' MIIS. TKUBA HOnnES.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Jordan had .. 1 Tp. S. Ii. E., Oh.nt with me amounting; to S101.19. : T"
S. li. 21 H., 75 Acres. cll.lnh,1 85 Acres, written request that the tax cci.tificates '. ALSO: All SKVi: of I Oualdl.n..
NVVVi' SSes.t. Hill ia.1l
their more or less.
guests the weekend N.
during :
a I The taxes to be sold tire evidenced uitfi/lher with all aul.se. Ky C Acre & NE't of W'! Y 1.34.t'2.:01'U'F
GIVK.V, That
'he taxes to I be sold HEREBY
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Roberts of by certificates Nos. 216 And S7 of by'certificates No.. 244 are and evidenced C37 of the,len omitted or levied taxes, held \b) & -WV.! or fF', of '\", Rxcept, SOTICP Smith, holder of Tax Cer
State OP
19:11.: and 1UIH: respectively and rellreaMlit advertised and 16 Acres APPMTATIOX
No. SIll Issued
Dothan Ala.Siney ,I. In""I, taxes for the 1930 and the 1933 P..lv.ly. and represent the highest bidder for cash 101... Section 29 .Tp. 7 H.d.nh.llh.. .. .. Itlcal. A. 1'. 1933.the has 7th fllfd day T4X 1914141)StasIc

Hershfield and Jack Kap venrs in*! to 1937 both Imlunlve, un/> tnx.. for the I I vided.N House Illll I 396 nf the 1937acts Acres, or name Augu.t. and hae ( mil >e. 16n:
my made
aniountlntr to U.87.! years 1929 to 1 111:47.:: inclusive, Leiclslnture. upon' the fol l. 'onlalllnl 4 mor. application orfc. NOTICB( in HEREBY CJIVKN. That
Jan. of spent the ALSO NWi. i.f SWl Sec. 11Tp. ainnunllnfr to $114.15.I real tax d.e,1 to be Fu.t"r. Shi Smith holder of Tax Cer
Jacksonvie. past : 1. II.WIII d"'I'II.d estate In the The taxes to sold are evidenced iHHiied *al
4. Mr. and Mrs. B. 1: 7 );. It. 21 Ij:., coiitalnlns 40 ALHO 7 / : HK'i' of HKli; Sec. 31 Tp. I' f"Jold. State of Flor by -rtiriciites b.Nos. 603 of 1932. re 1'.r..n. c.rltl..I. embraces tlflcat No. bill, IsMiad the 7th daY
S. 11. 22 E.
A I" containing' 40 ida, to-wlt : nth r hOI ; of August A. D. 1033 has file
1'' more .. .. Acres u. and, represent. the taxes erty County Bradford:
Hershfield. or I. "elv"ly. ,
'J The lutes to be sold are evidencedby Tlie mol' ." HW1 '/ Kxcept East 6 ; year IH-Xl.- both inclusive, Slate nf to.wit : ,"m. In my office and haa mad
: Mr. L. W. Shaw of Tampa has certificati-a Nos. Slit> and 38 of I by ,' .X". ( be told are evhl.ne"t Acres 'fIf" Vv 8 Acres Hec. 5 amounting-I I t 130: 70. 'lnrllo. of Northeast application for a lax Iced to tie

., I 19.10 and 1938 respectively and represent "rlllenle. No. 499 of ; ro Tp. 6 13., cOllalnll1 23 ALSO: Sit' of NKll of Ex- Quarter".' Section. 38 iMKited Ih.r.on. Said certificate eni'rces ,-
returned spet ,
his home "represent I Ihe .
following the taxea for the unpnld Acres or Tuwn.hl' h. following described
V' propPty
t 1 nnl..I. taxea fur the 10re cent 3 A< res In NK Cor All 7 South Ftiinffe 21
visit with "-.-"le HI.!!* both Inclusive, I year 1931 to 1937, The tu. to be >ld are COl' lit tie of
Mr. and Mrs J. T. Shaw. 1:7. both Inclusive amounting to $33.92.1 I e\ll"n..1 SKU rf NW'N of ny. 29 taming: 40 more or ." Slate County 1.1.lfurd.
unimintlitK to Ibt. t.y ..rlr.lt.. o. 242 1 Tp 7 K. It. 22 K.. 63 The 'C"8. 9urida. : .
101 containing the lrt
Friends of property
are Interested In knowing Sulil I lux ","llrhII.I I.'get lie, with i ALHoNW4 NEH & N'.i! of 1929 r..tl.ly. rep Acres, mcira or I"".. a..lell .111 laHued rtt\ Quarter Northeast

that their mother Mrs. Carrie .ill .I ie.-t n.nt 111.1 I i>r tvviedtuxen NWli Sec. 33 120 Tp. 7 S. K. 21 10., resent taxes y..r. 1928 to The taxes tn Hold evidenced was In I the .old name c.rltlcat. -. Ila'ler & Southeast Qu..ter, of
I the hgtiestIIidei "o"lllnll& Acres 10"" or 1937 buIlt Inclusive, to Ir. :ulh.a.t Qlarl.1 &
wil 1. 11.1 t. Nos. 1933 re saId I.e
Shaw Is : amounl"K I ) c..tteale. (11"Hd ,
sufficiently Improved to I ,' Court house door In 31 12.411. ; .rlUcal. .h.1 "." Quarter Section aft
I represent taxes
1 starke In Ihe The taxes to be nre evidenced Said tax certificates "leelh''I' .n" ar".dl" theproperty Township 7 South Ttannre 21
be removed from 21 'lay" January, .01. together with 1931.
the e"r both Inclusiveamounting therein
to will
hospital by .rll"eat. N. of 19n:; rpHpectlvely. I I ba fast, ,
1938 at llM: ) o'clock A. hi.hated 241 all subsequent I omitted or Levied to $32.90. Hold to the highest bidder theCottIt containing 160 Acre,
I her home. this the 1st hAy of Janu- l"d r"I."t the unpaid taxes 1 be sold to the at more or las*.
wil hlffhent ALSO: SHO. 21Tp house, door ,
HW-i the
first Mon
I taxes
for the
Mra. Josie Mack I la visiting rel- I ,I"rv. l'ltSOL"FICIAL:' t bulb Inc-liiMlve, amounting Y"'l. 199!!' to to$ 11:1.: bidder the Courthouse dour In 7 S. i.\2 F containing 40 day In the month of February. 1938, The assessment nt the said prop.
( SEAL) Stark on the day of Acres which la the orty under the said lasued -
ALHo 2 J.nu/ry. 7tli day of February
aUvt1 In Ocalu. A. .1. "H' rA : Nt.r NEli 8.e. 34 I.IS. at 11:00 I : o'elo"1 A. M.! The Inx. ".., are evidenced is 30. was In the name e.rlrlrat.
Tp., 7 S. K. 21 I';.. Ulknuwn.
I Clerk of Circuit Court ofItradford Acres, or I" eOlt.lnlll 40 thin Ih. 1.1 day of January by certlfl'-ures No*. 35* and 4711 of Dated (lila 14th day of Dee.mb. fllleBs saltS certificate "hll .
I9is.t : .
County. "'Iorld. The m.rl" be sold are evidenced 1927 nnd 1833 r""I''I'Uv.ly. and rep .. IPS7.OJ'FIIAL( redeemed according to I.w. th"
-- | l-7-Jt-l-.il. OFFICIAL SEAL) the unpaid taxes for the ( SEAL) property cleHcrlbed therein be
by No. 200 of year :
.rlltle.I., the 1(35 resilectively A. J. TH(.' mnttol 1937: F.,oth: Inclusive.1 aniointInir J. THOMAS, Hold to the highest bidder III the
>0'IK| OF HI I.F. OF TAV "ld r..n' I unpaid Clerk of
Circuit court house door
taXes fur the Court of to $23 .00. Clerk of circuit of on the first Mon
BUSINESS ('EIt't'IFIt't'IEMNi1'lf'F : : both Indu.lv.I years 1934 to to 1 1937, Bradford County, Florida. ALSO: Lots 3. 4. B, 6 In McCnlls Bradford County(our day i In this o of February, 1!>3Jwhich

1> HKHEBY tllVE.V thatL. ALSO: N4 .n""It11 1-7.nt-1.21. Add to Hampton, Sec. 30 1217StiIS.NOTISIt. I Is the r clay of February;
A. has tl.,1 with 70 NI -- 7 H. 1938.
l. "VII Hc. 25 Tp. S. U. 21 Tp.
DIRECTORY WI'II.1 ,.. tax rertlfl- taining2u Acres more d/(. HI'U'I :0'11'.101 APPI..O'FOR The a%,.li02t:01'1 are evidenced OP 'PPLI' .TIO Liate.1 thl i. Htday of I>ecem.
wit ii all sul
together > .<|Uent The taxes to be sold are .' 1 by ,'"rlll..t.. 501 of 1934 re FOR '" ) her, 1937.
omitted vv 1"Inx. held by the, ( eiinte Hill 1Ani OFFICIAL, 8RVL>
I .. by certificates No. 201 of "".cl\.ly. represent the unpaid Senate Bill fa. 10. )
State be advertised and sold to the NOTICK IMMK.lll.nY 1 GIVr.N.That I. years IS U.I to liEu: both XOTJCK I I.S HKUKRY GIVEN. That A. J. THOMAS
represent the .
highest bidder, for cash A" provided% 1"1..1) .n.1 unpaid Cecil II Moore, holder of Tax. Cer.tlfcal Inclusive nniflitintlng- $11.42.AI.MO holder of a of Clark of Circuit Court of
I by I Iliiusx Illll 390! of the I 111.17 act the years 11134 to 1937. No. 19 Issued the &1 h., day I O"W.lal. porlol Ta1 Hr lid ford County
both : 7 & 8 nik II Town l'.rlltlrale 2-18. 3rd
DKINK I.t 1.'lu"hl.
n 1 of if the described LPKlxlatiire., rent\ upon esiute the In followIn the- Hiid IlcluHlve.tax certificate amounting. together to $ 18.8. ; of In AUlu.t. .A. and I>. 1929 bus, ha.made filed applica.am.I of U 1111tl" M.e. 30 Tp. 7 H. El. of JIY.! :0.. D.._ .11)22. th.has flied. 1 2-1 7-St-i-II.1o'riu .

1 ( iiinty of Drndford, State of FlorIdii. 11 siibHequeiit omitted or Levied tion for .tax 1. .am. in my orrice ana nan maneaprlIatton
to be issued
to-wlt: wil be sold to the hiKllest, | thereon. Said certificate deed ''h. ,InxeM to be sold, are-evidenced IsMiied for tax d.e,1 to be 'I : OP APPl.lrATIO

SB'i of SEH iie". Tp. 7 R. II. bidder the Courthouse door In the following described embrace' In* I by c"'lft"at., Nos. 498 of 1934 re- Ih.I'.nl.. .. c.rttl".I. emlrares Foil '1' 11 ,OK.KKtt.em.te : :
l 21 2 Stark on the 21st., day of January property > represent the unpaid : nl :I n > >p. (
t;. containing Acres morn the County of IIt'auitot'ul. State of ... the : I :>. 111.11NOTfCrJ
or less. .;. l Ii. 1 :IK 11:00: o'clock A. M. I| taxes for th" years inaft to 1937. both erty County nt Bradford,
h'I' to-wlt: State of IX H ![ Thai
1"I.rhl. Florida to.wit
Dated !
\ The taxes to .. .oJ are evhl.,1 the tat., day of January .rlb..t (quarter" of NovthenMt Inclusive a..ntlnl tn $32.23. North Half of North-west Foster SHil 1 at.'FN. Certlflcata -
lv certificates nnd 5iH ofIII3 A. II 1 IMS.: AI.HO: i &RVt Ill) Qlar. "lh. Tlx
Quarter In Sei-tlun f.. No.
Thlrtv-Klx I of
:0" ter
: North-Kast the 7th day
) : TI" 7 8. U. 22 H.. 40
I !' nnd 19,13: mid containing-
I In Sterilised SMiles r..I..lv.ly. represent A. J. THOMAS Township l Seven, .South, llanar Acres, West Half Kxci-pr North-Knst of AiiKtlat, T. I 1014! has fIletsame
I tbe II" for" I thevenlH I Twenty-Oil* l4it I nuire .r I".. Quarter In office and
Ct I has
of my mad
Clerk of Circuit' 'lllailln. i The I IM
1921 til 1917. both' Court of tsxen to sold aro evidenced S.uth-\.t Quarter
The Pau_ That Refreshes Ilclu.lv. Bradfoid Forty Anymore or Snctlon 14. 8 Houth application for a tax deed to b.
itinolint I iIIC to $47 02.ALa' County, Florida. The assessment of by .erlrlal.Nos. 174 and 1515 of Hold, .
the snlil Range 22 Issued certificate em.h'.at.
1-7-31-1-21. itroprty Hunt 3011acres Ih.r.on.
: SWl-4 ..t NWH : and represent "ontltnlnl
Al or under saul ,' 19:1 r."cI'ely. I the followIng described
I.. .rtltl..I. more or I. .. prop
N i'tiblicItoud NEVi "' for the ..
sued In IH'I! In the
waR The
ll\\ ni.nia I Counly of Bradfort
WE ARE i: 4 or Lot 3 See. Tp. 7S. l% 'TIII <'1111'1' ('(It II' nf 1'1": rnless said .certificate t> years 1926 tu 10.17. both I Inclusive, erty aH"ee..t tit the "11,1 prop State of Florida to-wlt.
: aredeemed said
U. 21 t I ft containing.41 Acres. < < i IT .hal tn lndoI Ih. certificate Issued
1'l amounflnl IIOr.l. Hniithwest
l'I'I.1 Quarter
1"'I'I. to the In the of Northeast
I name of II. D.
I'RESCRWTIONEXI'ERTS more or less. : a'eol'dl"l I, : :t', N'-j of ,
0.1, ,
1'11' NTITM t'I.OII.*. tiroperty therein will ba \.10 Clayton. quarter & Houtht-aat Quarter of
The. taxes to be sold nro .vhl.n.1 'I Foil Jill 'lt'OII l til \'1" "" to th..highest. didder at thaonurt S.,. :ii Tp. 7? S. 11. 22 K I Unless said, certificate shall i.eredeeniect I, Northwest: Quarter of Section
by Nos. 18} of 1935. | l\ II \ containing 120 Inure or
.rlitlell. respectively Kill Mon-1 A.re. S*
the 7
first SI
ac.-m-ding Township
.0. 11 T less. tn law the Iolth. Rang.
I and represent the unpuid\i I II IHI-KCIAL day In the February 19U! 1 I property described therein will ha Kast: cnnl.lnlng .* Moreor
CARPENTER'S taxes for the yours 1I34! to 1937: I TAX KCIIOOI. nisTKICT I which Is the 7th., day of February, The tnxen to he sold are .v.I"n..i sold to the highest bidder: I I. ". A.
at the
both I Inclusive I to $57.03.: i Ni'Miii.it; ii'iinIK: >J i 9:18.: by certificate Noa. 275 .nd
Snld tux cei unllnlnl WIt I llOF I "I COUNT I 1920 and mt: : respectively, and represent court house d.r on the first Mon- The assessment of the prup-
[ .1 hP Dated this .ai
REX.tI.ISTORE 11lAI1'U11 \ Slst. day of DecentI'r'MT [, tltiy In the of February. : ertv the .
TiE nil sulmeqnent omitted or, L.vl.dl"x"x I | tr.. nnimld taxes for the 1011h 1938 uld.r said i ItMltetl -

\il h. .,.l.I 't .hA hi.he.L. 1.1.0111' .t.i. .........-.nI I; !>?'L:\!-" ./.. ...., I I i it'rr. I y.nr. 1119.> .. 10 IQI7! iKklli_ .liteiisive.amount .|.n ... which. la '. 7th day of '.brl"I'Y. was 111 tbe nam.c.rllfcll.Vnloow.
bidder. nt th* l'.irl"- il.or;; iiilitarke I -VS- I .A.. J." THOMAS hug to $2iA! t H. lees.thited Unless said certificate -H--al .
in the | STATE OF FLOUIDA, ALSO: HWH of '. & NVi ofHWI this 16th day of Decem redeemed according to the(
I J..nuarY.1It..d I I Clerk of Circuit I
0:1 Court of ber
C .\ B I NET WORK of HWi IBS 7. property .
19:18: at 11:00 o'clock A. flespuntlentXt1t'tI14 I It'u.i fold'out I -, Sec. 30 Tp. 7 S. n. d..rlh.d therein wi
KCH-Mrt'RE this the 1st d.iy of Janu- 13-24-51-1-21. >ty, Florida. 23 E. containing 60 Acres mora (OFFICIAL 813AT.) .01.1 to the hlehflhtAflFflVtfl bidder the

IEP.\USo tr\. t 11 M. I I TO TAXPAYERS AND or less. A. .1. THOMAS ",.iirt house door on the first :M'n

i;pi : I (OFFI'IAI. SEAL) I i'f'I'I) KENS (it.' SPKl'IAL TAX I O'l'ltll: OFI.U OF TAX The taxes to be sold are evidenced Clerk nf> Circuit Court of day in the month of February. Ill!.

.1. 'rlMAR. i SCHOOL lll'rIIC' NfMUBR 1 : 4 iu i-lKM'A.risNOTICE by certificates, Nos. 276 and 1520 of Bradford County l'lul'ld,.. which la the 7th day of Februnn
EDDIE Clerk (''"rt nfBradford KK1HTKEN: ": : I I 1924> and liil; : rexpectlvely, and rep n.17-5t-I.t. 193$.
I Coo 11)'. Florida COCNTY FLORIDA: UHAlt'OII. 1> 11 IT.RY: OIVEN that resent the unpaid taxes for the I bated thIs 14th day of Deceit>
1-7-8t.1-2. VIt. Har..1 tl.d with mewiltten ).ar. I92S to 1!>17, both Inclusive >OTICI: of .prl.I-T; FOR i ber. 1(137.(
I'HONK 33Stern's ----- You and each of you are r"'II-.t that Ih. tax (151..16.1 TA : ; !1 (OFFICIAL BUSt>

;:0 I'U.:. OF Cl.E OF TI \ notified ( hut I sworn .Utl"hereby" hits icate "". with al sui>.c.rtr'l ;: ..II'UI.t\v.: \ ofV'l', 5i... 30 (flenal 1 Hill No.. in.1t A. J. THOMAS,
I:Ii fll-'K- VI'F.INOTir'E : been filed omitted or levied held Tp. Clerk of
In II. above named Court Htate I I 32 E.. containing-, 40 NOTIOR 1 HHIIBFIY: OIV.:. That ciruiilt Court nf
S 1 IH, HKItKltV rilVEX that and t-uuse Special Tax School be adVHl-llsed and sold I to the I Acres" n>,1' or leas. Cecil K. .: holder of Kradford County, Florida.
I Foster Hhl Smith has .. highest Mdiler f.r rush a* vrnvlded The Moor. T.x Cer 12-17-lt-1-at.
with District be
me to
Garage written request I that tl'd certlf. ford ulh..r ,I..h.... of i"I. by House l.lll of the 1937 acts by .. ,sold, are evidenced tificate No. f, issued the 6th., day
Ih. tlI County U'l' to i, .rlrh.n'' N' 657 and 495 of of 1938, haa
.. of
.kln" I
I'' l nice together with al subsequentomitted dale uud confirm 11 l of vil. ,:upon the follow-I 19.10 : respectively and represent In .u.u.l. and has fled same KOTICK OF APPl.lriTlOX

ZENITH RADIOS I : or levied I" held by the fundingbonds i of .... district In I 1' In.described. ".111. In the the unpaid taxes for thayears tion otlce to be FOR Ta X I>KKI1:

( ; sinte, I,. advertised and sold 1 to tbe aRKl-eic-ite principal, uniolint of $21.iilii.nil I.- 11". .t .. of Flor 1020 to I"? :"IT. both Incll.lve. thrreon. 111 certificate deed eniln Issued. (lennie Rill To.. Itm
.Id <
Goomel I lilichest bidder for cnvh provld. ( to dated July 1st. A. I D. to.wit: amountIng $!)3.29. the following 'jescrlheit IK .! NOTIOI' la HEREBY OIVK.V. that
L highest Duality-Lowest Prices ",I by House Bill !3'IS of the 19:17: 1937: numbered I to 42 but h Inclusive NWH of HWi! & SV4 of NE',; Al.su: NKVi A of NW'4 the: County of Bradford.property In' I I O. W. Hall, holder of Tax certIf-

1" .t. of the 1..1.I.hl'e. upon the each hOld In the principal of StV\ "ec.. 1. Tp. 7 South Sec. 32 Tp. 7 14. r1IJ B., colltalnlnir t.-wlt : State of h bate No. 172, Issued the Irk day
EASY PAYMENTS I I r.luwln.( ." real I estate In amount of $50(1.00. and two of said Range I-:. conl.lnlno 60 acre, isoi Acres, :. or less J'I"rlr. Half of Northwest (j July A. D. 1025. bait filed dame >
I of Bradford of maturing- more or les*. The taxes to l sold evidenced HOllh Quar I 1 my office and
L II (" flU. ..d. 1st of > are r off>rthwevt has mad appllcall'
I I 1"1'1., to-wlt: July i>f each year (" July fay. A. The taxn tu h. sold are evidenced bv certlfU-ntes Nos. 353 and 154O of Qlart.1 except for a tax deed to be Issued theron'iKatd

I II of Ni'. & NI"ot/ NWl ; I I,. 19:18: to July 1st, A. H. :195M both hv ,'.rltl'at. Nos. 17 of 1913. and 1929 and 1I3: .. .. and represent J'lv".r..Tw. Acres.rlh II.t Cor- certificate embraces the f''
I, tbV 1 of NW' SKI Im Nniied r"preent t.. for the yearn 1':I3 t the unpaid taxes for theyesis ald South owing described
I West 'I
F. : : pursuant to C'orner property In
C. : ; of
; Hollingsworth lit NWi.', & W'4 SWl; & 8l-.ll I't chapter 1(772 Act if to 1937 hit Inclusive amounting I 1929 tu lull liuth Northwest Half of County of Bradford State of FU '
of SWl. of Sec 1( Tp. 7 S. II. IU3I: 'Luwe of Florida, and tl U2813 amounting ti> H1.97. Incu.lve'l I Quarter of North Ida. to-wlt:

I 21.: ,.. containing, too Acres, plicable laws and "." 011.1. .PMM.uliltlin ap-. _. d"ax certificates. together with! I I ALSOKI.. of NWH of OI"u.w..t Quarter. ...u In,, _Section_, Twen.. SoIith.W..I Cl., C
' Hog And HominyFARMS I ..1 of the ; 1' 'Public.' instructha .. eu.eiuent Urn,,tea or ..""ifititaxe Sec. 32 7 S. n. E.: con 'V ">"nt .nU'h West Quarter
; 1..1 2 I llnnge Section II, Town
: to be "sold .r. nl"'ne.,1 tfr nty of Brad- bidder wil !> snlii, to the highest t.lnlnK Su Acres, or less. Twenty-Two Seventeen Con. ship II Smith. Itanir 22 14cc'''
; I l.v certificates N". 2 I'\ to' Klorlil i, inlnpteil No. the dxirthouse c.nnr In "h.tavott to I'M sold, are evidenced taining Acre, more containing 40
I iliac( Stark the 14th. or less. acre more o>
: ant 1934 respectively rep. A. D. l9t.: for: the on day of J.nuary. by certIficates Nos. and! 1.142 of less.
) ant .i.I'lt. ex The
j tbe uiiimM taxew i-i U'u. at I o'clock A. M. 41 of the said
1''A 't I b1 I of refunding I all 1.10 1927 and 133: and a".m.nt property Th
i 1j9! to 193?. bath Inclusive. : ; the existing: :: Indebt ex Dated the 29th. day of tIedemher resent th- iinpuld respectively, taxes for rep "ld.. th. said certificate I.. arty assessment of the said pnx
the under
I I"n"nll. ,, $5)14) I 3. 1 1, edness of said district accrued and 19:17.OFFICIAL: years I92 tn 1937, both .11.d was In the name of Chas. Hcott sued the said certificate
Nlj ft H\V'I 5. El< ( SEAT.) Inl'lu.lv. said wa In the name of Davis Pon'
hereafter .
( i accruing virtue at that to $97.03. ..rUfcat. b*
LI I HKI, SeeU Tp. 7 H. K. 21 I I I certain bond Issue uHliI district A. J. THOMAS amuunt" certlflcatea redeemed "" ehal the hey.Unless

il Denmark ftiitulnliig GriO Acres. more I ,, dated July1st A.brt AND Clerk of ('Ir"ul Court of all .Buhsciiiient together with property descrIbed therein Ilw. ba said certificate shall be <
:, loss. ; } ; Bradford omitted or r."vl.d sold to tha wil deemed according to law the
i I YOU AND EACH J9 are her*. Florida. I I taxes will l he nold to the highest bidder the prop
t'luta.te" tt be evidenced ', hl.h..t court house door erty described therein will b '
ar* by I *
Furniture Co. .oto charged with pour* th U.I-3t-t-1. bidder at the on the first
von- to the
cerilriinti-i N 1 and I 75 of of said Cmirthnuse i day t1 the month' of lon blithest bidder at the cmii'house
und iStarke February
I t.nl. .
"ere. $
3r \Vf Are Rewriting New 1930 and 19:"<4 n -pectlvely, coil represent by required to be and are to'rICe: U .' -rri.irTIOV I on the Slut., day of January -I which I* the 7th. day of door on tha first Monday
$th. unpaid: taxes for the fore the Honorable: appear' be. T\\ I>.: t'OI [ Pitted 19.11. at il:0h1: | A. M. o'clock. 1918. February.ber"'l the month of February. 1S3U whl<

Stork Every flay, B Sure toMe yearn, 13! to HS7. both Intln.-ive, Judge! of ( A. S5.: Adklna A. M, I' ("enati> Illll Fr. illS) I i f A. r>. i flun thin. the I.t. day of January I '.37thl" ""'. day fOFFICIAL i I is the Tth day of February .931

( It n-for You Buy. lnnln.lnM to $1.261.14. r o'clock n"n ) NOTT\'f IS FtEItitStY OIV 1 That ( Dec.m- .pated trill jjth day 0( nceml
.I '.. of HRt, of NF.'- D. Idll. at th* 'IJ'uO; let. A ( .", holder of Tax CerI I i OFFII'IAL. J SFAT.) ( SKAT.) 1937.
1 KI of El} HWL, a. the 'J'"ln'y Judge tificate No. 175. Isailed the ttth.. day TIIOlAJ. A. J. THOMAS. I I OFFICIAL SPlAt>
3I -B' t 8WV I 111 courthouse Starke, nf Aua-iist I Clerk Court of I I A.
NW\ of NWi! t l'adr'od' Cuunly Florida A. l> 19)1. hue tU,1 name Clerk of circuit Court of THOMAS
at which In office County a. I Clerk
my and
haa of
I ; *- Ian 7, II, 21 1"lorl< II-24-St-flradford,- County i'.rld. I t L Circuit Cir'inty,Court P'h.'lhJt&"f.

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1 I'sa wan a peeping In at dat ELEMENTARY ECHOES

I ASSISTANT ITOR-IN-CHIEF ALL BRADFORD SCHOOLS LIT) Ladles dance at de club housean' t
J I: HARRIET BENSON I Monday morning the Seniors T"f'ntyrClIII'"olu"w
EXPECTED TO ENTER dose gala and menfolks shoo I'
were pleased to receive a fine talk Modem BiiHlnewtKereUetl
POf-lKTY EDITOR -------
was Injoylng deco selves Sho'fluff.
HARRIET (DOT) BISHOP CONTESTANTSATHLETIC from Miss Ruby Lily, who has recently Dat Benson gal looked Ilk FIRST nitADE NEW FIFTH GRADE NEWS .

SPORTS EDITOR CONTESTS made a study of conservation an angel In her pretty white dress, We are working hard on our We had a very nice vacation and ..
BILL PLUMMER in which she outlined the mentioned I below
The books were
., CIusMlflratlon an dat Hazel; Moore and Dot Bish- ABC'a We are learning the' are glad to get back to school.

LITKRARY EDITOR Group I-All pupils from 6th most important points of the topic. op looked like muble stAre in dere donated during the Christmas hol- sounds of them too, so that we can Everyone Is working harder and
ELLA MAE MANNING The first phase of the topic that to the Bradford County High
grade downwards. scrumptious fur coats they've got- idays learn new words In our readers by are trying to make better grad,1though

JOKE EDITOREDNA Group II-Ah pupils In 7th and she took up was soil conservation, ten. And Mammy thinks dos Dow- School Library. The books were ourselves. Knowing the sounds of most of us passed on our
PEARCE which she said was the moat Important needed amt will be extensively -
J 8th grades. ling twins were de cutest things bndly the ABC's will help us to be good examinations. We are glad to have .

SPECIAL MIRIAM REPORTER OUT Group III-All pupils In 9th grade. to the American people she's ever seed In her life, no kid. used In connection with some spellers, too I a new pupil from Brooker. His
"p She said that the wealth and high school work and some outside '
E'ntBo3' din! Miss Ruby Lily, Teacher. name is C. W. Colson. )
health of our nation depended upon work. They are grently appreciated Harrell,
1- Inez Oitshaw, Bryan
EDITORIALSEDITORIAL Group lands and soil Mammy sho' wishes som' ob dose the and I
1. 60-yd. Dash our our crops our by pupils facultyof KOriiTII illAUfi' NE14'SWe and Norma Gunnels are absent be-
conservation.The boys 'round l here could of met the Bradford High. They are Indebted sick.
2. Standing Broad Jump cute little blonde dot N. T. was < are studying about Eskimo cause they are
next phase of the topic that to Mr. Robert K Clark, will be back
Habits are such odd things. They 3. Running Broad Jump I, she took up was the conservationof wif Sunday night. She sho' waa the city engineer for this vast sup- land. We are making on Eskimo We hope they
ball throw (dint.)
Diamond soon.
are formed so very easily, but are 4. our natural resources such as a honey chile. ply of knowledge, Mr. Clark came sand table and also an Eskimo Teacher.
Miss Hlnson
so very hard to break. 0. Sack race our oil supply, our mines, and our Dat Guy gal Miriam to mos ob up to the library during the holl- frieze. On the sandtable we have ,

Let us-atop for a minute and Group II- Dash timber. Our wonderful oil supply you all white folks but honey chili 'liiys and saw' some of the work sledes, an Igloo people, dogs and a THIRD UKAUE NEWS lE
1. 100-yd.
think about the little things that gives us the most Importatnt position to me, she hab one exciting time that had been done and wits being boat 'Va have elected new officers Christtmats
2. Diamond bull throw (list.( ) After a happy vaca-
we do that we shouldn't. Let us In the affairs of the world. last week, Jest like what you all done by Mr. and,! Mrs. Benson and to serve for two months; the to be back in '
3. Running Broad Jump the vice tion, we are glad our
strive to stop doing them right She said that our forests were be- reads In books She was a riding several students. that so kindly president is Bobby Turner old Is
4. Running High Jump same room. Everyone trying -
before do become habits. and afternoon *. their services to the school president Margaret Montlcth, secretary -
now they ing rapidly destroyed that we, 'round In Starkes Thursday gave l to make thin year a really,
5. Pull-u y
Then the bad habits we possess. pa unless de do something about it, and she seed n sho'nulY good In helping improve the llbraiy tie Marjorie. Sue Middleton, We have
truly happy one. new
GROUP III1. --- lrpllaur.. '
Although It is bard to break one would be without lumber withina looking boy in one ob des yellow ( left after finding out that the and Is Wanda Pearce.
Dash books, too
It Is possible, so slowly but sure- 100-yd very few years. She told of our cars which has H rumple seat and I books he gave would be taken cure Mrs Hart, Teacher. learn
2. Diamond ball throw (dial.) I We are glad to so many
ly break ourselves of these small numerous national parks and of de top comes down when de sun of properly and sent all these vol- about
3. Running Broad Jump interesting things our great
habits, which, although little, can our other conservation projects am shining. Well he said shesho' umns up to the llbbrnry Su the FOIKTII JK.VIK NEWS men, who lived before us Such as
4. Running High Jump
make unpleasant for ourselvesand 5. Pull-ups such as: our water and wind con- wishes she could meet dnt I whole school takes this opportunity We lire certainly enjoying our Lee, Grant, Jackson and our great
those around us.-Editor. trol to of and Its new "Story Spellers' and "Practi
E'ntlrlll projects. boy, but never expects to, but thanking showing Thrift Leader, Benjamin! Franklin.
--- In closing she begged us to con- her amazingmcnt when she wents appreciation of Mr. Clark's kindness cal Arithmetics. They just arrived Mrs. Teacher.
THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK GROUP I- serve our wild life, to protect it, ober to de basketball game In I to the school He Is a true l this week and we find th..mvery

. 1. The good man who goes 1. 60-yd. Dash Broad to keep It from becoming so unknown Baldwin dat night dcre him sits I friend of the school and WP hope lnteie tlng and practical SECOND GI .\E NEWS
2. Standing Jump
books 4.00 but
. wrong la usually the bad man 3. Basketball throw (dist.) I to our people as some of it In dat gym. And he comes! ober I he will always be These root from us f ,bank We have three new pupils In our
our our
found out. 4. Diamond ball throw (dlst.) has become; also to prevent forest to see her and talks! to her. She 1. Modern Business ((0 Vol) which money we had filled from our cake room to start the new year. We

2. There Is little good in him 5. Sack-race fires this winter oho' looks like she am bubbling I prepared for The Alexander Hamilton hope we will learn many new

who thinks he U already good GROUP H- ----:..-- ober with joy.Mammy Institute course In Accounts, unionWo have a little left yet We things before school Is out. Our

enough. 1. 75'yd. Dash Hail, Seniors! sho' can't understand Finance, and Management. hope to. make sllohouette pictures, new work books are very interesting -

. 3. What the whole world needs 2. Diamond ball throw (dlst.! ) dose white folks. Sunday night I 2. Modern Business ((24 Vol)) and buy picture tape, hangers, anda Mr Gray gave each of us a ,i

Is to settle up and then settle 3. Basketball throw (dlst.) To you, who these long years she seen Harriet Benson riding also a series of texts prepared us can of black enamel with the little booklet culled "My Dally ,

: down. 4. Relay240 yas. have shared our Joys and sorrow 'round with Jr. Adkins and Margaret | part of The Modem Business !balance Reminder" We are trying to make -

. 4. The average Individual tires :5. Potato Race Pearce riding 'round wlb course and Service of the Alexander a perfect book out of them.
' to you who have worked and played I Mis. Lnzenhy. Teacher.
1 himself out holding himself back. GROUP III- with ua--built and destroyed Bill Plummer, but 'bout a hour later Hamilton Institute. I Mrs Ritch, Teacher. DI

". :9. Each man makes his own 1. 75-yd. Dash Bill am wib Harriet and Margaret I 3. Hawkins Electrical Guide SIXTH GRADE NEWS _h'
, to you whose names are written KKP.SK; im \Di.r.v
, shipwreck! 2. Diamond ball throw (dlst.) In our hearts In gold---undying, am wlb Junior. They sho' ,19 Vol.) with questions and answers Well, well, here we como again 1 We are studying Japan in Geog- 1

3. Basketball throw (dlst.) who have tread these halls and icts loony to me. nlHO Illustrations on Engineering Introducing to you one of the best- raphy, and we have put up some .

Through the KeyholeAnother 4. Basketball throw (occur.) worn neat groves in the steps of Mammy she am looking forwardto / looking senior bnys He) la the Japanese pictures. ,

5. Relay-300 yds. our school, we give this. tribute. a Kid Party that Is' beln' plan- I 4. The Power Plant Library tall, dark handsome kind and, he We are glad to have a new pupil -

big success rated up for Academic Events: May you make friends in this ned for Friday' nite and she's tell- ((5 Vol). liken girls and. sports In our rom Alberta Wood- .-

Little Women, Friday night. A First Grade Reading. world, but may you know we here ing you honey chiles she'd better | 5. Modern Engineering Prac- Reese is a member of the National ard. She attended school In GalnesA, *

- + good time was had by all, and oh, Second Grade Reading. are your friends still. May you get invited or she might put a tlce ((12 Vol ) prepared by American Guard nnd from what we villa before she came here. ;',

'. what a good time! Second Grade Spelling. find Joy in the world but may you witch spell on you all. I I School of Correspondence. heal he likes It. Mr. Gray gave in some posterson ',:

' Dot Bishop struts around-look- Third Grade Reading, hold In memory the Joy you have Well, honey chiles, watch out fer -- 101,'. Bradley lives at the State safety. *

.: lug quite the stuff lately. But who Third Grade Spelling found here. May you find successIn that love bug Him Is 'round dis 170 STUDENTS Farm but wait, we didn't say In Miss Kenedy brought several 3']

could blame her; so would any Fourth Grade Reading. the world, but may you never town 'cause I knows so. i IN HIGH SCHOOL the Slate Farm pictures to go in our room.

other girl with a coat like that. Fourth Grade Spelling. forget to attribute some small Jes Your Mammy. An for Reese's hobbles, we real- Anthony Baker brought a large

t l How about It? Fourth Grade Arithmetic part of your success to the work --- ..-- .----- j i ON HONOR ROLL ly don't know, but we used to hear bouquet of flowers made of crepe :

- Fifth Grade Reading. of your faithful teachers here. And Meet the Seniors a lot ubout a young lady from paper. ._'
Every girl you saw Monday
started talking about "What a Fifth Grade Spelling. lastly, may you find love In the I Thlity-four Senior SanderHun, Haven't heard any Miss Kennedy, Teacher.

Fifth Grade Arithmetic. world, but mny the smouldering I On ('oveNvlLint thing lately, but maybe the ball .'
wonderful show 'Rosalie' was"! Dorothy IX>IIH! <> Sapp Sates
Sixth Grade Reading. embers of your love for your game over there thle week will The United consumes "
and would tell all about that Present In'-Dorothy SappDotto
you Sixth Grade Spelling. friends here never become the gray I have something to do about that. one-third of all the coal mined In ,
handsome and romantic Nelson im. This! little lady was born
Sixth Grade Arithmetic ashes of forgetfulness.This Twelfth When we asked Reese what he the world. s
F..ddy-the darling! It must have In Jacksonville In "'sir own fair _.
Grade .
been Seventh Reading. tribute, with our supreme state. I Pauline Anders, Reese Bradley, was going to do when he begins --.-- -- "''W'

good. Seventh Grade Spelling. admiration, respect, and sincerest Forest Crosby, Margaret Davidson nis life work, he told us he would The United States consumes '

Edna has requested that where Seventh Grade Arithmetic. love, we give to you, our Seniors. From what we have learned by I Alice Edwards, Ancll Futch, Clar ; study telegraphy, Well, pal, we three-fourths of the world's production ''

Bob was Sunday night be left out Eighth Grade Reading. snooping, as one must In cases like ice GUI L. O Jones J. W. Kelly wish you luckChapel- of silk. '1"w

of the paper so we won't say a Eighth Grade Spelling. this, Dot must have had quite an ,."! .,.
Wednesday, January 19, 1938. Substitutions I Billy Long, Ella Mae Manning .
word about It-not the first word! Eighth Grade Arithmetic. exciting childhood as she never \
may be made up to the Vesta McRae. Ednn Pearce, Vernle Offerl
The waitresses at the Jackson Eighth Grade Best all-round stayed In one place long enough to Program Special ,
l I starting hour on the day on which I Phillips, Frances Peek, Jamie Mae
dinner were lovely BO sweet and I Student. get tired of It.
Field is held.
, refined, but my, for refined girls Ninth Grade English. 7. Day Competing! schools shall be Asked of her dislikes Dot gasper Ro-sier.I Chapel Friday In charge of The school Is fortunate In hav..

. they did a beautiful job of disturbing Ninth Grade Spelling. "Writing compositions In English Mrs Long's room, opened with Ing as a speaker this Friday, William .
credited with: a--ten points for | ni y Shuford, Doc Wainwright, .
the town afterward. Ninth Grade Algebra and conceited people." As all the regular exercloes D. Upshaw, former Georgia
each first place won; bsix pointsfor i James Norman, Carol White, Dan
Mary Edwards and Harriet Benson Music! Group Singing Contest, the Seniors will recall we had quitea :' The gliH> special glee club gave Congressman and "dry" candidatefor
each second place won; c-two HlIlen: Edith Hollingsworth, HazelMoore
are quite thrilled lately. We (7th 8th and \Oth Grades. ) lot of written compositions this two numbers "Blue?! Hawaii" end Piesldent In 1932
points for each third place won. I Lillian Stump, Mollle Sll-! "
want to wish them luck and hope Recitation ((4th, 5th and 6th.) year, which were much to Dot's Swiet Lellanl Mr. Upshaw Is beginning a two
8. Judges, awards, and schedules cox, Pauline Rosier, Jamie Sapp,
they won't break down when they Declamation ((7th 8th, and 9th.) will be announced later. discomfort. On the other hand I Bernard Router Edmond Galloway Principal) Gray Introduced the month "good citizenship speakingtour

sing over the radio the 18th of Spelling Match ((5th: and 6th.) 9. In baseball! throw for distance asked of her likes she said: "Swim- Beatrice Cassels. guest speaker, Rev. W. A. Fischer, of Florida and will speak on

.. ;, this month. Spelling Match ((7th and 8th.) the thrower shall stand on ming and Vacationing In Saratoga. Kle ruth who spoke on how to begin the "Florida's Part In Building a New

Frances pulled out of the glooms Rule. ." Could she mean Saratoga, new year, and gave I the students America." i, I
and be
a pitcher's plate (2'x6") (
Vann Harriet
u; (for the first time first Aca- New Flitch. Benson some splendid (dens and .
Sunday night- 1. The twenty-four permitted one step York? sugges- Mr. Upshnw will speak at the ,\
Hazel Thomas Zell
" shouldn't little demic Events shall be written and Collins Lor-I tlono Rev. Fischer has n grand
IYou worry your We didn't ask of her school at 8:30 and
10 In basketball throw for distance hobbys, raine Hartman Marzle Friday morning :
a [head so much. Frances, about llt- shall standard tents to be since of humor. which was enjoyed
use sup'plied
but have Fi ( at 7:30. All Interested '
met I
. Itle the thrower shall stand you Jennett FoggD! >>rls Silcox, Peggy I 1 day night : :
of will ..
. things. (names companies
within a 7-ft. circle, and be disqualified We have heard that Dot has a : Stanley, Willie Mae Thornton DorIs -- --- -- - -- ----- In hearing this talk are cordially
; My competitor Mammy, was not be made known), Sara Barefoot, Nina. Bishop, Ida Invited.
If she out of it.
steps fiery temper and intends to becomea
seen riding around with that jail- 2. The Music Group Singingtest Strickland Loryee Phillips! Mar- Lulu Davis, Jimmie Davis, Alice ._
11. In basketball! throw for accuracy _
nurse. What a combination tha Wells. Mary Edwards A. Z ---- ---- --
bird, Rastus, in his farm-wagon shall be conducted by Mrs June Hnrdlng, Patsy Keen, Harry
the thrower shall stand on But with patience and pa- Adkins, Clara Flume, Enzn Wea- Notice Teachers ,j
Sunday. I'm glad you got the A. E. Wall. I Kellum. Lois Newsomo, Billy Pa- to
13-ft.: line and be permitted. Must tients, we know she will succeed.
deah chap out of Jail, Mammy, but 3. The Spelling Matches shall : ver, Ernest Phillips, Bob Long, tray Clarice Thomas, Idell Jack I
not step over line till ball strikes .
------ --- Doshla Smith Cleon Wooten .
must you associate with such peo- be conducted so that where possible bankboard. Tal- son, George Powell, Katherine Kin- Mr David A, Brambo, State Organizer -

- pie? Really I can't see why one one contestant from ach 12. All Broad Jumps shall be SocietyHarriet I mndge Kelly, John A. Torode, Ella law, Onle Mae StallingMary DI- of Teachers' Credit Unions, ,
would read her strange column. school will be on opposite sides. from a plate 2'-8" placed on level 'Mae Sapp, John Chalker, Sydney cnndlo, Richard Woodward, WII- I Is to speak at Bradford County 1

All this talk from the seniors 4. Each school may enter as with ground and Jumper not Bishop Doshla Smith : GrlfflH, Andrew Redding Lloyd liam Baker Dorothy Lee Johns, I Teachers' Association at 4 o'clockon I
t about college, diplomas and trousseaus many as two contestants in each Frances Peek, Edna Pearce, and I Wllkerson. Hazel Brown, Arsula Jimmie Harrison, Irene Hazon, January 18.
break ground with toes In front i
make us realize what a short event, except In the Recitationand of Harriet Benson spent Sunday afternoon I Crosby, Annie Mae Harnage, Alma Doris Mae Gaffney, Shirley Col- .

, time it will be before some grand Declamation. 13.plate.In all Jumps, three trials In Gainesville. Murrhee, Bertha Taylor, Louise I ley, Richard Jackson, George Jackson very much by the students. j

, people leave our school. All kid :.. In the Recitation each school shall be permitted. Hazel Moore spent the week-end I Warren, Betty Jo Webb. George Flynn, Gertrude Davie The program was closed with ':.

ding aside, we'll miss every last may enter only one contestant. In 14. In Pull-ups, contestantsmust In Jacksonville with her parents I Tenth Joe Andrews Veluehru Klen, announcements and tbe singing of

one of you and hope you will missus the Declamation enter only one thoroughly Edna: Penrce and Doshla Smith I W11U Vlila Killlngawoith Mar- Alvertlne Johnson the "Star Spangled Banner." ,\
straighten arms
contestant. spent Saturday afternoon In l lice Crosby, Alene Austin, Estelle '
and must not swing appreciably, 'I _._.._ : ,. .__.,.
Brooker. Austin, Jo Ella Lumandn 1 ,
Peeper.. 6. The Principal of each com- I Barry -
but squirm going If desir. ,
school shall have in may up I Dyal, Earnest Edwards, Virgil Gus- :=
--- ----- peting placed ed. One trial only. Juanita Barefoot nnd Christine I

Aggregate Income In the United the hands of C. II. Howard, of Chutahaw visited In Brooker Sunday i I kin,, Irene Googe, Billy Jackson,
15. Sack-races shall be IIO-y .114.,
States in the fiscal year ended Starke, a list of all entrants In 1 ufternoon Iva Mae Lewis, Juanlta McCauley cf\ f
and no sack larger than a fertilizer: J
June 30, 1937, was about 70 per each event, both athletic and academic sack (30") be used. Sack -- --- -.- ----- Louise Prevatt, Inez: Rosier, Bonnie I ;

cent above that of 103233. not later than 4:00: P. M.\ may R H <: : : i Mott, Odessa Kelley, Alice Petuson 1I
may be held un with hands. .. .....s.. TORNADOESB : ,
---- ----- Herbert cjuverKettle, John '
]6. Relay shall be performed' E A T BALDWIN Crews, Owen McRae. Dempsey I "WY" \
by a team of four. The race shall ,
'Siipp, Ralph Rhodes Leland Spon- t
''S T A. B I LIT -y- be straight with contestants hand- llurd. holtz, Mllo Sponholtz, Juanita
Ing to next members of team a fought/: C.MIIKEnded I
Barefoot Loral Bennett
Ullh 13 to 1
stick 8 Inches long. Each schoolIs "
Crosby, Grace Dew, Jean Davis,
allowed to enter one team In S'orp '
Irene Markham, Claudie Hazen,
Group II and one team in GroupIII. I' Grace Green. GOODYEAR TIRES

Well, well well, the Tornadoes ( rEI'ERr

FACE THE FUTUREWITH ]7, The Potato Race shall consilit started off the new year with a Ninth SHELL GASOLINE & OILS F

of the following: potatoes BANG! If there happens to be.I Lillian Barnes, Bobby Ford. Billy : HKI-AIK WOUK-WUECKER SERVICE

shall be placed In a straight line any doubt in your mind as to the I Grlffis, Junior Johns, Mabel

CONFIDENCE and on the race course at distances ability and bulldog determinationof Johnson, Carolyn Keen, Nelletha
of S yds., 8 yds, 11 yds., 14 yds., the B. H. S. Tornadoes, It could Lavender, Mary Kirkland, Florence REGISTER

and 17 yds, from starting paint have been destroyed easily by a Mersercau Lewis Starling, PHONE 10S.c'
It a agent near beach contestant at the starting mere trip to Baldwin Thursday I Leila Thomas Perry Galney, Iris

you-ask kit I assistance in preparing a shall run potato No. 1 ((9: yd.) pickIt night, Jan. 6. I Crews, Ferof Jones Martha Math-

up and return with It to start- The boys outplayed their opponents ews, Emmallne Morgan, Gayle

i program that will assure YOUR financial, log line and put It In a container oil through the game and not I: Sewell Louise Sterns, Mary Townsend .

placed Just back of the starting once, after the first minute of i Bonnie Turner.

Independence.T. 3 P line cThe contestant shall do 'play, were the! Tornadoes trailing.The I, Eighth

\t the same for each of the other po- scoring was low and as usual -I Jacqueline Andrews, Carrie Belle

tatoes. They must be picked up Hazen, Wynn, and the Longs 'Bennett, Buddy Davis! Garland

In order, and one trip must be : racked up the points that were I:' Godwin, Othma Haynes. River /Lt'

made teach potato. dAfterall made. The game featured a tight Hundley, Eno. Hayes Odell Jones,

her potatoes are In her container defense that was hard to penetrateat Darrah Jones, Jo Allen Lander,

the contestant shall run to any time. This accounted for Leaton Morgan. Shirley! Morgan

: the finish line which shall be CO the low score, H to 7. Margie Mathews, Nell Noegel.

yards from the starting Une. All of the team played a portionof Mae Parker, Letter McMillan,

Respectfully submitted the game, and considering the Geraldine Silcox, Berttce Silcox,

R. E. Jeffcoat Assistant ManagerP. Special committee on fact tbat the team has not practiced Lunell Stokes.

Events and Rules, any In three weeks, all played Seventh

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P ., P"'f. 1IC JI'O..e. bKA I''OIU) (.OUNT..... .,...LEHtt\PIl._ _.. IOT AfefU *. Ff.tUUf)" .FRIDAY, J\NUAKY' 14,'I93S
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/ -- .. -- .... .-.. -. ... -- --. .. -- --- --
r U. D. C. Hold MeetingAt H. V. Knight la Speaker Ladies Auxiliary I.h"it.

I Perryman Home At Woman's Club Has Interesting MeetingThe i FAVORITE'RECIPES I 6 6 6 COLDSFEVER nd

; "5ocictyj i The W T. Weeks Chapter, United H. V. Knight, prominent Starke I Ladles' Auxiliary of the 1

Daughters of the Confederacy, attorney was the guest speaker I Presbyterian Church met Tuesday I ._ ',",uhl.HuUrar Trelrtr ..tirrl...d..err.....
met ,lust week at the home of at the regular meeting of the night at 7:30: o'clock at the homeof -- .- -- \ lrop mlnutrnGREEN'S :nit
and Mrs. E. K. Perrymanana Woman's Club after- I and Mrs. K. G. Duncan, -- --
Judge Wednesday Mr.
''I .. ._,_ __.. ___ H. Mince Pie Try !tub-"'--.r'd'' ..
-- -- -- were emenaineu py aim. r-r noon at 3:30,: o'clock In the club with Mrs. Duncan and Mrs. J. Linliserr lint

Changing Methods Nile" written by Emil Ludwig. ryman, Miss Etta Tison and Mrs. auditorium.Mr. KInluw, as hostesses.' The old saying, "all men like
Critics agree that this Is Ludwig'sbest L. Q. Powell. White narclss, Knight chose as his topic( Mrs H. H. Young led the devo mince pie," would certainly be true I I .5555
Discussed at P. T. A. t
book and It Is a life story of tastefully arranged In bowls, add- tor the afternoon "Legislation"and tional service, which consisted of lif I the pies are as good as the one var} b sa

The Parent-Teacher Association the great river. ed to the charm of the large living ut the beginning of bin talk songs, scripture, and sentence I' we sampled made by the following

ri of the Bradford High School met All persons Interested In literature room and hall. he defined the terms "legislation" prayer recipe. We are Indebted to Mrs.
in regular session Thursday afternoon are urged to attend. The meeting was presided over and "constitution," and stated that Mrs. Duncan, president, conducted I W. P. Smith for allowing it to be
January, at 3:15: o'clock in by the president, Mrs. Perryman, the laws of the constitution must the business meeting after published: I
the school auditorium; with the Give Two Dinners and in the absence of the secretary, change with the changing times. which Miss Lucille Mitchell gavean One package of mince meat aA
vice president, Mrs E. K. Perry- During HolidaysMr. Miss Madge Mlddleton' acted pro Mr. Knight discussed the follow Interesting talk on "The pres- One-half of dried
tem. A letter from Mrs J. M. 'Al- ing topics and asked his audienceto ent day China from the viewpointof package ep-
man plea, sweetened with four table-
Preceding: the business meeting, and Mrs. L. U. Morgan were varea was read thanking the think of ways In which to Improve the Missionary." brown and cooked until 0s
J. H. Benson and the Rev. L. A. hosts Christmas Day when they Chapter for the bond purchasedfor I present conditions: child'''labor The Bible quiz was conducted by spons sugar tender.
Shepherd sang "The Bells of St.Mary's" entertained members of Mr. Morgan's the benefit of the Tuberculosis unemployment, old age benefits Mrs. W. A. Bonham. I thoroughly <
accompanied at the piano family. His mother Mrs. M. Sunitorium near Orlando. The aid to blind and crippled chil- During the social hour the hostesses Break mince meat In small

by? Mrs. Ethel Biggs. C. Morgan who is eightyfouryears president formally appointed dren, stock market regulation, and served delicious refresh pieces and pour 1'a cups of hot /

i After the routine business was old and Is confined to a Misses Amelia and Olive Ray as woi'kmen's compensation.The ments. water over it and simmer for a few
custodians of the Chapter library speaker was introduced to _. /
wheel chair, acted as hostess at .
Disposed of Mr. Benson gave an --- ----- minutes.
the dinner. and all records pertaining to the his audience by Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, I
Informal talk on the Improved or Mrs. Fischer Entertains
After mince meat and apples are
organization. Mrs. H. B. McLcn chairman of legislation, who had
1 r changed methods In the school Those present were Mr. and Mrs. don reported subscribing for the charge of the program.The I W. M. S. Executive': BoardS I IL cold, add together and fill an unbaked TA mPAI
anJ introduced the following who Jim Sasser and children, of Sham-
-1.... _.U- 1.._..._..,_..a.r..l.... ...., .\11.-. _nn1o., ........ n..... T i.1..M111 .n".1.. Southern Magazine': for the B. II. S. Tuesday afternoon chorus __.........._ '-___.. .. .'-_ ..r__. pastry shell. Bake until piecrust I
6 "' "" '0''''' .uo.i "YC'''''' .u lie exeuuuve uuuru ui tut vvvu- I
I'V" and for the Chapter of which Mrs L A. Canova Isdirector
i Rosalind Jacobs, Mrs. T. T Long 'children of Starke; Mr. and Mrs. a'n'a Missionary Society was entertained i" Is a golden brown. JAn.25
F. C. Geiger, C. M. Howard, L. !Lester A. Hall and son, L. H.; and The historian, Mlns -Amelia Ray delighted the members Mondny afternoon by --------
A. Gray, Mrs. J. H Benson, Mrs. II Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Beasley, of chose as her historical subject a with the following number: "Lift Mrs. W. A. Fischer, president of I f. Fe B.5
Warren Perkins W. M. Morrow 1 Stuart. short sketch of the life of PerseL. Thine Eyes; by Mendelssohn "In- the Society. White narcissi and I II OLD MATTRESSES. MADE
t Mrs. Bynum Perkins, and Mrs. N. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Morgan entertained Gasklns, who died in Jackson- dian Cradle Song, by H. L. Mat- terns were used as simple decora- NEW Regardless. of condition
t r>. Walnwright, Jr. Mrs. Morgan's relativesat ville lust/ week. Mr. Gasklns was thews; and "Serenade," by Schubeit tions for the parsonage I New Mattresses Made to order I
. --.--- dinner. Mrs. Morgan' will be born In Starke son of Dr. John L. Fischer. 1011's:E. M. Davis accompanied Let us convert your old mattress rS
I I Book Club To Meet remembered as Miss Zona Gnann. Gaskins and Frances Darby Gas- the chorus at the piano. The president presided and the I Into new type inner spring
Mrs. D. P. minutes were written by the sec mattress. Our prices
are rea-
! kins presidentof
Those enjoying the day with the was a graduate of Princeton
the club, conducted retary, Mrs E. K. Perryman. The sonable. Satisfaction Guaran-
The Book Club will meet Tues- hosts were Mrs. Morgan's' father University and Harvard Law r the business I I teed.
day night Jan. 18, at 7:30: o'clock I Mr E. Gnann; Mr. and Mrs. Quincy School. During the World War he meeting. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright treasurer of the Society, Miss r $

: 1' Carpenter Quincy; Mrs. Ellen Moore and ment at Washington, D. C., with secretary and Mrs. C A. Knight pledge for 1937 was paid in full, Mattress
Company -
) and also all local The
} X' E. L. Matthew will review "The daughter. Margueritte; Mr. and the rank of captain. In 1928 Mr. read the treasurer's report. obligations.
: Gaskins delivered the Memorial Attractive arrangements of president talked on plans for fu- Factor t 381 Park St.,
1( '.' ture work and announced there' JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
gladioli, sacred
lilies narcissi,
Day address for the local U. D. I \Ve
call for and deliver I ItJJ'Clp
would be of the ; Just
C. chapter, and the Historian read calendulae, baby's breath and fern a special meeting
extracts from this splendid address. were used In decorating the auditorium Society Monday afternoon at the us a card. I .....
for church, and to this meeting all
Seriously the meeting.
I ... _. .
During the social hour, Mrs. A. The hostesses Mrs. C. E. Johns, ladies of the church are invited. --- ----" ,
Mrs. Herbert Hart, Mrs. O. 'L. Mrs. Fischer served tempting
Z. Adkins, chairman of music, con-
SUPPOSE YOU ducted chorus singing, and the Haynes, Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. refreshments to the following FREE
N members of the board Mrs. L. A.
songs chosen were "America, the N. Sternberg, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, :
Beautiful" and "Carrie Me Back to and Miss Lucille Edwards, served Davis Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Mrs.
Old a tempting salad course during E. K.: Perryman, Mrs. W E. Mid-
or some member of your family while driving your hostesses, assisted by Mrs. the special hour. dleton, Mrs. A. Wood Miss Olive I STORE $4.00 in Groceries and Five:

car ran into a child on a bicycle, or had one of the L. A. Davis, served a delicious --. Ray Mrs Charley E. Johns, Mrs. Gallons Gasoline to be Given

hundreds of other accidents that happen every day? chicken salad course with spiced Starke Grove and Juniors L. D. Green, Miss Kate Struth, CASH & CARRY.ARKE Away Each Saturday. Ask

Naturally you would regret it, but that would not tea. Hold Joint InstallationThe I Miss Amelia Ray and Mrs. T. J. sT. FLA. about this.

settle the claim against you. Brother this should The February meeting will be Griffin. ,

have your serious consideration NOW, you know held In Lawtey at the home of Dr. Woodmen Hall was the I MB CARRY A COMPLKTK: LINE OK QUALITY FEEDS AT
you could be the next one. There Is always a first and Mrs. George W. Brown. Hostesses scene of an Impressive Installation I Special Meeting of W. M. S. TilE BUY IX1MKHT THICKS.: SEE I'S UEFOKB BUYING

time for everything. : Mrs. Brown, Mrs. L. H. service Tuesday night when mem- .
Hill, Mrs. Annie E. Dinkins, Mrs. bers of the Starke Grove and Juniors There will be a special meetingof
:See: us today and get a Liability policy on your car. Marcus ].1. Brown and Mrs. Erne of the Forest Lodge took their the Woman's Missionary Society BACON Best White lb. 12cGrits,101bs.22clMeaU01bs.20c
The of the Methodist church Mon-
coat is
nothing compared to the grief you would Miner. oath of office for the year 1938.
have without it.HAROLD. Mrs. Perryman, Miss Tlson and At the beginning of the meetinga day afternoon at three o'clock, at
the church. Mrs. W A. Fischer
Mrs. Powell had as their guests: picture of the late president ,
Mrs. L A. Davis, Miss Madge Mld Mrs Dora A. Talley was presented president of the Society, urges a \
full attendance not of the ,
C. WALL AGENCY dleton, Mrs. J. M Brownlee Mrs. to the Grove in honor of the only
members of this organization but I
--- splendid work accomplished In this
l? All forms of dependable Insurance of all women who are members B\BY LIMG. NORTHERN !
Mrs. Lester A. Hall and son. L. H.; district during the latter part of !
f Mr, and Mrs. Daniel Boree and 1937. of the church. New members will | SUGAR Sibs 2Se
be warmly welcomed. I BEANS. Ib. 41/c
children; and Mr. and Mrs. Ran. After the presentation of the picture I ,
--- ----
dolph Boree, of Jacksonville. the following officers in the
Juniors of t the* Forest Lodge were Benefit Party Tonight NO. HUSH

'-== -. installed: president, Grace Dew; The officers of the Starke Worn-'

past president, Dorothy Alvarez; an's Club of which Mrs. D. P. Car- POTATOES 10 Lbs. i4ci.
advisor, Lora Wheatley ,
; chaplain
penter president, will sponsor a
SPECIAL Ovada Thomas; attendant, Hazel
benefit card party tonight (Fri- BEST COMPOUND:
Thomas; color bearer, Elise Green; day) at 8:00: o'clock In the club PEANUT BUTTER
secretary, Garnito Hutto; captain, auditorium. APPLE
!REI.LY. 20cLARD. lb. 10c
Joyce Moore; Inner guard, Ralph Tickets are twenty-five cents.CEN.IA.WD. a La. J ;

'I IT JANUARY Alvarez Moore. ; outer guard, Aubrey .

Miss Ella Mae Strickland presided 12cj
SELLING over the service and was assist MILK, 3 tall 2OclOLEO, lb.
ed Mrs.
by Vonda Inman, district .

i manager. and. Mrs. Mae Green, COLUMNCABBAGE GUARANTEED
s : .. musician. Alter- the Juniors' service -
: 9 the gavel was turned over to PLANTS-Now ready. FLO U R 24 Ibs. 70c}
SILK DRESSES the guardian, Mrs. B. M. Fussell, By the bed or thousand. Priced ,
I who proceeded with the adult In- right. On Road 28, 3 miles from

stallation.Mrs town. Z. Z. Griffis. tf PURE GROUND No. :I CAN STANDARD PACK

1 $2.95 Lake Butler- Ella, Rimes poet state Strickland president, of; FOR SALE-Quality seeds arriv- Coffee lb. 12 '
, $1.98 Mrs.. Vonda Jnmaa, district mana- ing at White's Store. Florida c Tomatoes 6
\, VALUES ________h-__ ger, as installing attendant; Mrs. and North Carolina peanuts, beans, ,
i corn, tomatoes; pepper, and egg-
Ballentine, of Gainesville,
$3.95 ; state historian; and Mrs. Mildred plant. Get our J prices before buy-

I $2 95 I Rivers, of Lake Butler, acted as Ing. 1.7-4t COOKING OIL gallon 70et'

:' VALUES __________-__ : installing pfflcersrand: the follow BARGAIN SALE J saddle $10; ,
ing were inducted into office; .' One Incubator BRING
ISO-egg $7.50; 1
YO-1 f
; /, I t' ..j 1( .1', '
, Guardian,' Mrs. 'Aneda Griff;' lot'paint paste $1.95 per gal.; 1 J

$4.95VALUES $3 79 I past guardian, Mrs. Viola Fussell; buggy $5; 1 lot plows 35c each; J. IJHJo Sf.NO i,)_,. 1

I _________ ____ secretary, Mrs. L. Hutto; advisor, other bargains at Gaanetfa Hardware
Mrs. Mildred Powell; chaplain, Store.WANTED RELISH 20c
Onions 3
J Mrs. Frances McIntyre; attendant qt jr lbs.10c
. .. I ? IT COSTS SO LITTLE TO LOOK SO SMART IN ONE OF THESE Mrs. Liberty Moore; assistant at- : Man with car to take ,
tendant, Mrs. Mae Green; captain, over profitable Rawleigh Route.
THIS POST-SEASON SACRIFICE Mrs. Vergle Flynn; Junior superintendent Established customers. Sales way 4
Mrs. Margaret Prevatt up this year. Must be satisfied with

--- -- .. reporter Miss Amy Moore; audi-; earnings of $30 a week to start. Apples, SlbsalSc STEW\ lb. 12cTable
tors, Mrs. Elite Chambers, Mrs. Write Rawleigh'a Dept. FAA223101 ,

Emily Denmark, and Mrs. June Memphis, Tenn.

T GOTHAM McKinney; Inner sentinel, Mrs.
LOST-Spotted liver and white
Ladies |I Mrs.Rosa Ruby Goodman Edwards; outer, sentinel, Male pointer. Is short and stocky Salt K Macaroni

and answers to name of Don. Re-
GOLD STRIPE Talks were made by the follow ward.-Lost 3
by Bill Graham
SHOES ing: Mayor T. Frank Landrum, J. Starke. itp T. Tissue Spaghetti
k H. Benson, SUpt. A. J. Griffis, C.
HOSIERYWere A. Knight. A J. Thomas, J. H. -
Silcox and Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
Wendom, of the Florida Farm Col- FLA. PORK RIB BEEF

79c $2.95 ony.The members of the Gainesville t yhcy CHOPS. 14c!STEW. lb lOc

85c Now VALUES Band delighted their listeners with
----- I In Suedes two selections, "Wild Irish Rose" E'iLLSBURY'S BEST )
and "Home In the West." Miss
-- -
,t Only Grace Dew, accompanied at the piano Flour. 20lbs 8scl 1 rUTh. ISe

CLOSING OUT $1.98 ular by number.Mrs. Benson, sang a pop I ,

1a Delicious refreshments were
1t served at the conclusion of the
+: All of Our gram. pro- RICE, S Lbs. 16ri
$3.50 I .
j VALUES i Food Sale As necessary as

1 CHILDREN'S and LADIES I The St. Mark's Auxiliary of the .
I Episcopal Church will hold a Food I your iicket Agent For.

I Sale Saturday beginning at ten
COATS $2.49 o'clock In the morning In the when
you go
I building formerly known as Jessie ,
Mae's, next to Canova's Drug I

,o Regardless of Cost Store.-- I awayrirsure TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO.

E. S. Matthews, Mrs. Emma Can. I

ova. Mrs. George B. Flynn. :Mrs. INSURE WITH
; Alexander & Z. Adklna, Mrs. W. E. Torode, !. A.I I Better QuaIity.
I1I Company O. L. Haynes. Miss Amelia Ray, Johns & Wainwright t

'e: .. i Mrs. H. B. McLendon Mrs. Lloyd, I
-- .-. -- I
.. .
: ---
-- .' -- .
: :: ::- -- .. -. Perryman and Mrs. Bunym Per STAKKB FLA. Get Our
.. Low
-- -- : I'kins. I Prices Before BuyinglRyrk'"Tr

.. ._.-. ,'.- ---'..arhrolnplrbr.rrlr.IhL" ,
',. of ";.;-, t .,. .... HMW.? M.IMnMVM.AMnN.MiMIM.W4i......
MMr .......
..:-. '!or JS"! ,.

JANITA11V/ 14, 1933 nitAnroitn COUNT TKI.FOIIAPH.! STAtuil,. ri ".au" PAGK FITIS!: "

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H Mrs. P A. Dampier and daugh Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J R. l>v tiilfli, "iii-H XL* 224 and H77 "f renent the unpaid taxei for the I Sec' 4 Tp. S. Jl. It a. containing '1 1I

of 19(1 mill I'll.: : i,', ""K lively iintl rpKTBCIII : Miss: Marie
I --1 1l ter. Julia Dampler Boring and family of Jacksonville \ the IIIXPH tut. the year. 111.10lo ,uniountlng-. $5J.87.ALM The taxen to bo old ar. evldenceJby

1I High Springs were recent guests will be glad to learn that they 11:17: both 1 lmluHlaniuuniing >: Com. Ktt ft .1 In W ofHK i.ertiricaleM No.. .16!) and 110' fIH80
'lo $51.47. Cm' nf Lot 8 nf Blk 10 HtmN .
of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith. anri 1938 repectlvely and rep*
moved to Starke where
Bits of have they I ALSO: W IJ.A\ of NHi of 105 ft W 82'., ft, M' 1(15 ft lufall rpaent. the unpaid laxe*. for Ihejvear
------ will make their home Mr. BorIng NWlof Sec 23 Tp. 5 H. Si f2 ft to n g-innlng>, ID29 to 1117: both Inclunlve.unKiunllniiT .
I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stevens It. 22 K., .-.."I..lnln."re.. : *, original Town of Starke Sea io $54.19
Is an employee of Comptroller .
niorr" or IPMN 2'1 Tp. II H H 22 13.Tn .
of Savannah Ga., were recent .1. M. Lee. I 111*' luxe* to b.. Hold are evidenced, .f taxe*. to tip Mcilil are evidencedby A1XONre: of NIC'/i 14 of A NE'/i:All A H'-u:N'.j; ofNVV4 orNWW I

guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. ------ celtirUateM' NIIB 240 of 111.14\ :\ reKppctlil ciertiricatp* Ntia. 1075 of lt>3H reKiiiitlMly \ of NK'A W of Itr *: N 4of
cal N JrW. \*. and rppreaent tho unpaid and 1 tipipHvnt 'lhi> unpnldlaxcH SV% ot NK'4 "Sec. 2 Tp, It .,
Johns C. B. Gillison former manager 'IIIS-M for. Ony''aiB 133 lo for the war* 1032 to 1937 '
S. It 22 I W containing 7 Acre*,
._-_._-- _. _- o fthe Suwannee Store left lost I I1'I7 both lmliiBl\e, amounting, to .both Int/IUHlxe 'iiiiiotintliiH. ; to $801.01*. mot'e or l lea*. .. .

CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND : S. Glbsyn and son, Billy of Wednesday for Cedar Keys where 112 7ftALSO.. I
St. this Town. of l l.owl..y. I 12 ofUv 120 AIIPB, certificate Noa. 608 of 1931i respectively !
Pi-teisburg are gueata he will one of the branch cinitaliiliiK more orll'IIH
PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN manage ,KPOH :la. 24, 25, &" 2l Tp. r and repreent the unpaid
week of Mr. and. Mrs. T. N. Ken- slores. Mrs Glllison left Tuesday 5 II. 22 K. lax-* for the year 1934: to
I IUrs. drlck.Mm.. 'I'h.III..M to he Hold. are.. evlilenceilUy The. .taxctt. lo bp Mold. nrp evidenced 1917 both Inclusive, amounting to> 'I''I'by
to join Mr. Gillison. B. C Mitchell I I bv; ( titlflcate' NOB, 721 of ii.l.l: : : IPKPCI. "
It"et t 1D.1.1
---- \ : : icHprntlvplv. and lepKiHfiit .
of Live Oak has taken charge 't '\"I.lv. aiul repreBent t the unT'aldlaxpB the unpaid taxen for thefyelllH Salt! tax. certificate. together with .

A. M. Pettltt of Gainesville of the store h..re.MI's.Tciioover. fur 'tinyear* I'U2: : to 1117\ I 11)37 to ID37, hoth .liu.|IIBMiinmuntlnw | >. all Hiibnequent omitted. or l.evl* I biilh |IIIIIB\P| nmoiintlnir to $:,14.1)1AI.HO will' he Mold to the hlgheitbidder ,
several here this to $:12il K2
of days
Daytona spent
W. !.I. Wlmberly Mrs. N Mrs Estelle Brenner : : N'.j of Lot I IJ: Town ofLatey ALSO/ : U\ of N10U of SK',4 S..... at the <*ourthouK.* door Intarl
T. Green and Mrs. H. C. Wlmberly Bench was the week-end guest of I week as the guest of Mrs. C. E. has teturned KiiHt of Uy. I Tp. 8 S.i H U., containing I I
Ruth Sternberg. Johns.Mr. home after spending, over two Tin* IIIXCB lr. be Bold are evidencedIVV 2t> ArreH, r:2 leH*. 1 \. l> 113S! : at 11:00: o'clock A. M.
spent Monday la Jacksonville. Miss I ccitltlcfltex' No*. 72.1:. of 193.1: reHpert Dated thi* the 8th.. day uf Januaiy -
:...-._ ---- ----- months In Ocala at the home of lre)>i< *vid, "icpiPHpnl the unpaid Th* luxe* to lie K..ldI'. evidenced. A. I). 193S.IIIKKICIAI .

Mrs. H. J. Davis and )Irs. J. B. Miss Clara. Flume was the guest' I' anj airs. F. W. Varnedoe her! brother and slster-ln-law, Dr tllJicH.it h h..hl.' fiithe, | .".... amounting MIU-M 1112!': to to$3ft 1117.b :.:5J.. tiitlflcale J: and, I I13t': : *i.eBpeellvttlv.No.*.. alT and and SOI rep-ofI'it2 HRAL) A

of und Mrs. Jas. Chacc. Mrs. Hoover'sfriends ; ''i'".i.t, the iippnld taxp* for theXCHIN A. J. THOMAS ACleik
Carlisle were recent visitors In Sunday of :Mlas Elizabeth Mills in Palutka were guests Sunday ALSO: Lot ::1 il.1 31.:12: KuatLawtfy t .'
that she I Ul.l: ,til 11.,;. both 'lllllUBlVH" of Circuit Court of
of Mrs.: Viirncdoe's Mr. are glad to know
parents .
Jacksonville. "iiiittntlitg to' $.14 00. tlradford County B'lorlda-
be '
The IIIXPB to Bold': are evldencpdbv
and Mrs. W. P. Smllh.Mr. is making a good recovery from a I AloMOV'.r: NI.'4 of SIC"., 1-14-31 12HSwift's ,
------ celtirlcatPM' NOB 250 of 19.14 reHpeitlvelv _.. _._ ,._ .. ...
-- -- --- --
.. serious accident at which time she I and l repicBcnt, I the tinpaliltaxeH -
Miss Martha Biownles In spend 1 Mi. and Mrs P. 13. Price of Arcadia --- -- --- fur, 'the VIMIIB, llt.t: : to I 1117, I =.- -==. =--- --.- --- ---- --. --.--. _--.===--- --=.
suffered a broken leg. -- --- ---- --- ----- --- ----- ------ -
ing this week in Gainesville wither were visiting friends here I I and Mrs. A Williams and I both InchiHlve, amount, Ina, : to $(iJ..4NALSO i
--- -- --- Lot 50 Tow of 1.nut ft.
aunt Mrs. S. T Dell.Mrs. Monday. !, son, Charles of DeLanil, were recent A good number of children were ,K nf. : IJV In Sei'B 21: J |I. 2'1 II-\

I visitors of Senator nnd Mrs Into 2(1 Tp. Ji S It. 22 h! ,
-- ----- -- --- --- --- i iMrn. organized a Loyal TempE'r1"nee .
JohiiH.I The InxPB to be Bold me" i ,1010.n, < ilbv I
N. Btcrnberg spent. last W. B. Alexander and Miss', C K. Legion Tuesday afternoon at I cpltlflcute' NOH. 7'111: of t'l'l.l! ,I.- i Opportunity Week

week in Daytona Beach with her VVllmn; Alexander were nhopplng ------ the home of Mrs R L. Kemp who Hppcllvplv and repreHoiit' the iinpnldlaxeH ,
tht* 11U: to :
I Mm. Annie M. Richard returned fnr > earH 1117
Bon, Dr. 8. Sternberg. in Jacksonville' Tuesday. ,II I has been appointed L.T.L. leader .both ImliiBlve, amounting: to $17: I'?

Sunday from West Palm Beach with Miss Gladys Johnson assist A 1.1010V'. : of siof:' I'Iron' IV I '
------- ---- --- where she visited her sister Mrs.D. ,K'.j' .of NW', of 1 SI5': of. SO'' I .
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray, of Jacksonville Mrs. R. J. Davl>l. Mis Catherine I ant. The Filclay< afternoon meetIng Sec. 25 Tp 5 S II. il K ,. iiintalnlMK II I .
R Edwnrds.I W T U. will be'' : 15 -'r"M. mole" in, ICHBThe I
of the C.
are spending: same time Travis Mrs. J.: B. Carlisle nnd ..
ttixeB to be Holil' me \ ,Id.* ni ,t'hy TIP TOPGROCERY
with his sinter Mrs. J. W. White. Ida Lulu Davis spent Tuesday afternoon I ; with Mrs. Kemp this week also. !', <.el,tlflcntvH. SliM 701 of 1111: ,lep I
James Rlchurd Walnwrlght, of .---- ----- < .i..t Iv 'i-lv: and. lepicBpnt 1 b** unpnldtaxcB I
In Gainesville. I Dunnellon spent the week-end W E. Bryant populnr owner of fur the year 11.12 to 1137.In.in .
---- --.- .. I ,IticliiBlvp, nmoiintli'Hr t" .21! 7iALSO I I
Mr and i
Mrs. T K. McClune Jr, I
| with his piirenls Mr. and Mrs. N. the Bryant's Cife, In recuperating N of NK': of SW, ofsr. \
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley attended "
have moved Into an apartment at I ID. Wnlnwrlght.Mr in Gainesville following an operation ::;':, < wij, of NW'., of Ill: ', :ofMi'i "
the Spark man home. the Florida State Baptist See 23: Tp I 5 S I!. '
I for removal of his tonsils iMMtHtnlnw 10 At.,... or : Il'
Convention in Jacksonville Wed ; mote JAN. 14 and 15 1938HIUKIHFIKLI I
.. --- -- and Mis. C C. Cugle ofCylva Wednesday It was stated. heie I ICKBTile. :

Mrs. L. A. Dees who hat been nesday. I N. C., were guests lust yesterday that Mr. Bryant will return I IjixiB 'lo be Hold me cvldcniidbv .
celtlflcate' NOB. 770 of 1131: rr-
visiting her, son-in-law and daughtei j I week of Dr. and Mrs. W R MidI the latter part of this week. .1..lIv..Iv.| : and, repiPHenl. the unpaid.

Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green returned Mrs. W. H. Carter and< Miss dlctnn.Mrs.. Mrs Bryunt accompanied him. I taxcB for 'Hut >var* 1932 to IU.I7: LAKGK ) FANCV TUH

Emma Heiherger of Jacksonville __ both liii'lilBlve. amoniitliia- to $104.1ALSO : ,
the first of the week to her -- ---- ---
: K'y' of SK":', of loiN', .Kept :\-
nome In Mayo.. were guests Friday of Mr. and I C. E. Johns and Miss Georgia Mrs. Emma Canova and son, 1 *. H 450 fl I IH. A.. Sei" .. 27 Tp\ Lettuce ea.FANCY 7 c BUTTER Ib.39cSUII'TS

Mrs. H. A. Bishop. Catherine Haynes retuined to Paul. E. Canova spent Sunday In 6 S It 22 13., cmilaliilnif, ,, 14 ,
I their homes Monday night after a Jacksonville visiting little Norma KAKfiK JI'IC' CIX>VKHBACON
The 'taxcB to lit* Bold are .\'Idi tu ilbv
Mrs. S. M. Simmons and son week a stay In Miami. Canova who was 111 with pneumonia <.'.'.llr..I... Noa 817 of lit: :! I.Npecilvi'lv I.--

REAL Tom of Petersburg, Va., were at St. Vincent's Hospital. I : and leurpBeni' the unpaidtaxpH I Oranges doz 15cFAM lb. 32c
I fur" 'tin* M-HIM 11)32): : ,In nil: ?.
guests' Tuesday of Mrs. Bertha Mr. and Mrs C.' C. Hoppc and Little Norma. is recoveilng but both "1<'1"M"..., ,llllliilllltlllK, In $..1191ALU0 ,

ESTATE I'earce. she and her mother Mrs. Paul I : Wtf of Lot' It 1 In \VoodIl4 I'KK.MIUM
of will arrive SUIFTS :
Jimmy Tampa .
son :
.w li. /Sei :111 Tp, 5S/ II 22 N. I.\ TKNI1EUCarrots:
-------- today for a week's visit with Mr Citnova! will remain awhile longer i iintiilnlnaT' ft Aci en, mule' in .b.MB

IF YOU WANT TO Miss Madge! Mlddleton and MarJorie and Mrs O. L. Beasley and Mrs. in Jacksonville. The tuxpH. t.i be Hold ale evidencedbv bchSKKIH.KSS 7 Picnic Hams 23cSWIFTH
lertlflcatpH NOB 351 and H44 of 1C
__ ,
KUY", SELL OR RENT Sue Middleton spent the Jeanette KIncald --u -- I I 1110: ami. 11.11: renpei, "Ilcl.and. .I tepli'HPMt ..- j

week-end1 In Jacksonville with relatives. __.__u. _____ 11\11'1\\ Fischer Addresses\ : .. tb.. tlnpilld. IIIXCB foi theeaiB fl FOKFLOUR KANCY UII1TK
SEE US \ I'I21\ lo 11)17: both Im Ilislx. .
Miss Mary Canovn of Tallahus- The Little Women's Club I iiniMi'iilIng, to '::12.11:1.:I

| the week-end with her ALSO NWl of Nil', .NK1 Grapefruit 15c Bacon lb. 12Vc
WILSONREALTY sec spent I : : :
I "Starting The New Year Off of .NW, Kxci-it: | 1 10 Aeni. i: ofICnad
Miss Hope Haynes spent the mother, Mrs. K. K. Cunovu. Sunday Right" was the subject Mrs. W A. I on N /Side Sec. 10 Tp 6S. ,

CO. week-end in Jacksonville as the I, Mrs Canova and Miss, Canova Flsrhnr chose when she addressed II.. 22. 11. lonlalniilK, .' 70 .\.I.M, ,
I nioi' w in, IPBH.
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Haynes visited relatives In Gainesville. the members of the Little Women The liixi'H to bu Bold me.. *.\'I..n.. dbv I ;
Grant. I cpltlfbatPH' NOB. III tr. of llll: : i',.- Our Swift's Cuts
-- Try Fancy
.. -' flub at their regular meeting Hpec Ilv.Iv.: and repreBpnt' the unpaidtaxcH .
Miss Evelyn Stump returned Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clockIn I for" 'the. >'eaiB I 11.12' In 11.17:':
both ""'Iu"" III".II"K, ,lo 11222"
to her home here after spendIng -
AS NEAR TO YOU the club audit01'him.
I ALSO: N'.j' of NK']', of SW, ofSWl t
FLOWERS :t two weeks in New Yoi'k, Washington Miss Fiances Peek president of ", & NW: ,., of NW, of SWV' ,
AS YOUR TELEPHONE ', and Virginia with rela- I uf SW Kxiept .100 fl .Si|.. ,In FANCY BANANAS 10 Ibs. 25cIlKAl'TlKIl
the club presided" over the business I < '. II. llenilcit, A 101'-. uf /S\V ofSW4 ,

FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J I tlvs. meeting/:. The club voted to aid / l Hxcepl S 420 ft. ,H*.i JlTp
o S II. 22 10., i olilalnlng' IK
-- ----- --
tint Woman's Club In redecorating ;
ALL ORDERS FILLED I Mr and Mrs. B. Jacobs Miss the kitchen and sun parlor of the 'he tftXi'B more lo or be Hold me *'\'itlcncedbv "

ARTISTICALLY ECONOMICALLY Rosalind Jacobs and Jack Williams club house. *"el'tlfli'ill VH NOB. 27'' of lll.lu i'u. 24 Ibs. 69c
i"'dl\'IY. nnd repicHPiu' the unpaid ,
PROMPTLY I of Jacksonville recently visited j The following new members 'IIIXPB for, the ypaiB 1 ItUI in 19.17
Pja- in Ft. Meade ad guests of Mr. club Misses I both In* liiBlve' ,iimiuintIng, in $:l til. t\I!'
taken Into the
MRS. L. G. POWELL Starke 'and Mrs. W. M. Dobrow.Mrs. were : I ALSO' All S'3 of N'.j of NWV4of
Betty Green Dorothy Gieen. and' XW't; A N'u' of H'j' of NWU HARD PURE LARD lb. 9cHALL'S l
I ---- --- Betty Strlngfellow, Sadie Prince : *.f NWl, W ff Uv llx: l'/j' Ai'leColoied
of t'elneJory: Sec :35 Tpu
C. Helmlntoller and Rivers Hundley, all of the : S It. 22 C., i'iintiilnliitf 111 I : II
___ ______. _
Hawthorne and R. C. Helmlntoller State Farm. .\IL'H" mole' o* leBB -- .. --
------------ ---- -------- ------
Tint IIIVPK to bH Bold .re evidenced ::::;
NAT SEZ : of Richmond Va., were guests recently The club sponsor Mrs. L. DVinlng 'I 1 IVtlTlrnlCH! 1 =NOB. 2111 of 1915 luHppi :,)

of Mr. and Mrs. Richard I and the president of the tl\'i>lv.: and, I 'reprpBent the unpaid.

Seme folks try to make money Kidd and Mrs P. E. Canova. IIIXPB for, the yeaiB 1134 to 11.17:
Woman's Club Mrs D. P. Carpenter both IticliiBlvp. amounting' to $14tt5ALMI : :
="I'.t' :.NK' ..r. ;SW" ,
met with the Little Women.
with thi-lr own printing premi, and Mrs K. G. Duncan Mrs. D. P. //01..". :lll Tp..5 H. It 22 K ,ml..ln-. ALL WEEK
During the social hour the hos InK 10 Acren, more or 'teH*. ,
g<.t Into trouble. Others makemoney Carpenter Mrs. C. S. Lindsay tesses. Misses Edna Pearce Harriet Th. taxp In be Hol1 aie" ttvldpncedby

Mrs. L,. D Vlning and Mrs A. Z. iprtlfliiiteH No 87S of 1933 reHpectlvidv .- I
Benson Lillian Stump and and repreHPnl the unpaid'
by trading at SN'rnberg'wtind Adkins spent Friday In Jacksonville Mary Edwards served tempting laxea fur 'Ihe yearn 19.12: to 111.17:

I I both InrlilHlve, amounting lo $24.44. SPECIALS
.f have no trouble at all nml by refreshments. I, ALSO: NW of NWV4 HPC 2Tp

.-- 8. II 22 K. containing 40Atruit
the way I forgot to mention that Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick Host At Stag Supper more, or IPHM, ,
The luxe lo be Hold evidencedb'v
spent the week-end (fn Lake City Dr. M. B Herlong was host l celtlficateH' No*. 15!) and 880 nf192H WIN A GROCERY ORDER ..

; our January Clearance Sale Is now as guests of their son-in-law and : arid 1913: renpectlvely, and leprenpnt .
Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at his lh. unpaid taxen for the --
J I on.All daughter Mr and Mrs. Tolbert home when he 'cVltertalncd members year 1127 to 1917: both InclUNlve.amounting .

Black. of the Ananias Club of Jacksonville A LIoIII011': /to;'.$107 of.10 HWV. Sec. 2 I BACON, No. 1 Free from Salt, Lb. 12c

of which he is a member Tp. 6 S. U. 22 K., containing' 4UAcr
Little John Canova, of Gainesville ..., more or le"*.

$3.00 SILK C1 QQ spent the first of the week with Those a game enjoying supper.the evening with i by Tha certificate, taxc-a to* be NUM.Bold 15 nre!), and evidenced 812 of192R POTATOES, U. S. No. 1 10 Lbs. 14c

here with his grandmother Mrs.E. and I1U3 and .
rvBppcllvely" rrp.rvent I
e/O Dr. Herlong -were Judge L. DHowell.'P. .
DRESSES Now *PJL E. tlior unpaid laxe* for the
__ _. Canova He was accompanied '
GuY'Crew's. Robbie Robinson I VVHIB 1927 to 1917: both InclUNlve,
J4' home Tuesday by his father Ray r Greerl.o ; amounting lo JIU23IALHi COFFEE, 100 Pet. Pure, Lb.._ 12c::
Bryce Morgan >: Sof "S10', of SK>
who the bere.r ,4Sec.
J (IJO QQ spent day Clyde Bynum Billy Moc'c" L. R a Tp.I 6 H K. 22 K. containing I

f,4".00..and. $5.00 1 McWIlllams all of Jacksonville, I, ; 40 Acrea, more or'I lea*.. Standard No. 2 TOMATOES can Gc
be .
fJhirf.c/O Mrs. E. M. Overstreet returned The taxea to aold are evidencedby ,
; Now____ and George Inman of StarkeOTI certificate* No.. 182 and 892 of
to her home In Eustls Tuesday I 1U28! and 1913: reHpecllvely, and repruntill -

after spending some time here as <'H UK HALF: OK 'r,\ \ the unpaid taxe* for the FLOUR 24 Lb. guaranteed fl:! :.:;
.. .. -, ('KIITIPHtf.H ,yum. *' 19Z7 tu .t7-Jjotli: flncluNlve, ri I6!
the guest of her son-in-law and I ,
9 LADIES WINTER- 98 NOTir'R IS HEREBY liVES that aiiniiintliiK" to $17.22
.- daughter Mr, and Mrs. W. 'B.Sewell. W H. Edward! *, Jr., ha* filed with ,\ I.HUV': of SI.: ;",, A "SR'., of '
COATS : me w'ltter..qu"MI( that the tax HK'Hec.:' 4 '1',.. II H. K. 22 E, CORN FLAKES, Pkg., 2 for _- llir
certificate* tog-ether with all uh.III..nl containing 120 Acre*, mote or
H( <| nmlttpil, or levied taxeH held
from$2 Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Itv tha StatA ha a<1vprtli*<* spent several
50 < the hlffheNt bidder for ianh a. by certlflcateH' No. 168 and 891 of MEAL, Water Ground 10 Lbs. 19c
$4. 98 days In Jacksonville this week provided hy Ilnui-n Hill 390 of thI'll 1121 I! ami I!).!.! reBpeclIvely and I repreent -
? aria nf th. UpfflHlattir, the unpaid taxe* for the
BER as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. upon '
I ho followingdoRrrlhod real *Htal.. year 1'I27 In I 19\7.: both Inclusiveainiiuntlng .
Medium 10 Lbs. 22c
N. Llmbaugh. While there Mrs. In th.. Cnnntv of Diadford 8tat. ofKlorlda to I1IB65.Al GRITS, ,
hO. NW, of NK', He" 4Tp. '
Brownlee tn-wlt
attended the :
Baptist 6 H. K. 22 K.,
"SK'-i' nf NK'4' Kxrcpt. 5 Acrrx In containing 40
$11.95 COATS and $8.87 State convention.H. 'SH Out ,HIT. 2H Tp. 6 S It21 Ana*, more or le*.*.. i NORTHERN BABY LIMAS Lb. .4'/2c
The luxe* in be Hold' are evidencedbv ,
n. 'containing: IS A or CM, mart or
SUITS __ ___ I I..0N. certificate. No*, inn and H9S of
., S. Harvey stopped here last 1128 and III.I.I reHpecllvely and reprenont I
The lie evidenced
tatPM to mild are
week on his way back to Plant bv .certificate.* N.... 109 and 274 nfIttft Ihe. unpaid taxev for I Ihiyeara KITCHEN MATCHES 3 Boxes lOc
In7 to 11)17: both In.'lualve.amounting ,
MENS' City from Jacksonville where he nnd I'M: : rp"'lIv..IY. and lenrpHpnr to $112(13.
ODD the IAxe. for th* 1P24to
$3 98 yearn ALSO: NI'<, of JoJA, of SWi., ofNKU
attended a meeting of railway express 1H17, bnth IncltiMlve, amounting1 to /
,. Hec. 4 Tp. II H. It 22 K., 32 Oz. SYRUP New Cane 15c
___ agents. He says that carlot / : IIrr..... III f I3 for nfMK'i containing. 13: Acie*. more, or -

shipments of strawberries from of NH'i: A NK | of HKU" IOHN.The. .

ODD LOT MENS'BOOTS Plant City will probably begin Sec 2I Tp.fro.r.5 8...... It.mm 21.H K.or nil I anil 1111
$2 98 soon. The taxN to he .nld are evidenced rexpnctlvely. ami r..p.r"M..nt
the unpaid. taxe for theyalB
>v certiricatcn .Von. IOn nnrl 27" nfI'HA
_ ___ __ ----- and. ItJI ftrid I IU.MI to ':17, both In*..luNlveaiiioiintliig .
rtpo tlvelv. tfp-
: I i4.91A RICE Fancy Blue RoseS Lbs. .. 15c
Mrs. Thclma Steele and daugh i pHeiit, tinl. l x8 foi: > th .> :; 1 50to to ) .
I.HI J: of NK'', A of
ter. Janay of Gainesville were $132 O17. o1.010' tmth Incliinlve Rm"untln.1 I Iti NWl I, A t.' ) of SK'', He* 9 l/j Tp.H .
TWIN SWEATER $1.49| week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. .\ FxitH It .ID In \Vnnd- Aero H ,U 22. I':.. fen contalnlnm. 210 OATMEAL 2'/2 Lb. Pkg. 14c
mole or --
J B. Sapp and Mr. and Mrs. W. lawn p<'. 111 Tp.. S H. R 22 n,. The 'H xe* to loft Bold are .evidenced. '
SETS ___ ___ fnntnlnfnH" 20 AvreH more 01
B. Mundy They were accompanied 1rMNTh I ii> cerllflcate* No*. 174 and 913 of I

back lft In ho .anM 1128 and 19,11: reHpectlvely. and repreKPiit SMOKED BACON Lb. .18c
to Gainesville Sunday afternoon '' are evidencedhy .
the iiiipald' 'laxen for Ihe --- -
certificate* Nna. 1107 of 113.1
by Mrs Mundy. i".m-Hvelv. anil, represent lb. lair year 1127 to 11.17! : both Inclusive, I I

.88 fnr the yeara 1112 to I""37. both In- atnnnntlng to $1114.64. .
A I.HI: NK':'., of NK'', Hut II Tp. MACARONI Pkg. 3c
ctimlve, _
amnunllnir to 3.1I1I. _
HATS The Rev W. A Fischer left -
f II. K
r LADIES WINTER AF.10: LOTH 37. US 41. 44 In ( H 22: coiitalntnic. 4U
foi Ga. to attend Wondlnwn tI. .. 111 A..nll. more or lea.
Tuesday Savannah < Tp. 5 H n '
the 21 K., containing; 40 A Aldersgate Commeratlon or lean by certificate* No*. 174 and 913 ofID2 --

MENS' "BELL CORD" QQ of John Wesley. The Rev. Mr. The taxe. to he *nd| are evidenced I! anil 194J reupe" *'!lively, and repreHPlit -

\ .t/O Fischer was accompanied by the hv certificate .Von.. 8311 of 1933 rexpectlvelv. 1>the 27 to unpaid 1117 taxe both* 1 for UMI\hll. I Lb. 14c
OVERALLS __ _ anil .. "r..n. the unpaid, year* FLORIDA CHOPS, _
-- :
amounting' to $10495ALSO
presiding elder of the Gainesville titxea for the yean I03J to 19,17,
bnth tncltiNfvp, ftmnuntlnir to 11001)7 : N' of S W4! Hec. II I Tp.
district the Rev. W A. Myers At.HO: Lot 45 In Wnmllawn. 4 M R. 22 K. containing 8/1

MANHATTAN $2 and Mrs. Myers. Sec. IX Tp. H fL S3 K. containing Aero*, more or let* I I PORK STEW, Lb. -- .- .12'2cRIB !
$1.65 10 .Acr., ntt>r.. or lex*. The faxfi* to lie Mold are evidenced
: -- I I The taxea to lie polil nre evidenced. bv certificate* .Von. 178 and 923 of I

SHIRTS _m Friend here of the Rev. Laurie hv certificate. Nnn. 630 of 19.13 r.e. 1128 ami 19J1 rpBpeetlvely and reprtnent 'I BEEF STEW Lb. lie
pectlvly and repreiivnt the tmpiild lion unpaid. taxe for the' .
.' Q. Ray of Jacksonville were taxe* fnr tha year* 1H.12: to year* 1927 to 11)37! both In..luMI"..,
pleased to know that Bishop Sam I "n'h .Incltmlve, animintlnv loAI.HO amounting to $191.73.
LADIES $2.95 SUEDESHOES 1H7i4 ALSO of NK'of fiE',
: HK'i I
$1.98 R Hay has appointed him pas Wl'* >(, < ofSW 101..'.. 23 Tp 8 H K. 22 K. ,con DILL PICKLES, Qt. lOc

__ tor of the Springfield Methodist H..,. 2nfp 5 tItrf 22' B. taining10 Acre*, more or le*." !
<.ontalnlnir 10 Acre ..I.II The fax** to he Mold are evidenced
church to fill the caused more
vacancy ( HATh. by certificate No*. 1024 of 1U33 reBpectlvoly ASPIRIN TABLETS Box 2c
by the death of the Rev. G. W .. tnxi-M to he poM' are evidencedby and reprenent the ,

Rosenberry. The Rev. Don Cook certtfliaiea. No.. 872 of 1833 re- taxe* fnr Ihe year 1932 tu unla"1 I
.. It Pays to Buy atSTERNBERG'S upoctlyely' anil repr.aen< the unpaid both Itu-IUMlve, amounting to
student pastor at the University t.. ,..H f.r the year* IMS to l'H7( Al.soi IX Acre* In HW Cor nf WE MEET ALL COMPETITIVE PRICES

of Florida was appointed pastor I,nth 'Inclunlvi*. amounting-,, 1 40' JZAf. XW', uf HW., H.. J': Tp .II hII
0: E t of N'' of NW' ..f 'J2 n ontaliilng I' .\, "rrtorw ,
of Hendrlck's Memorial church NE" Be, 23 Tp. & B. K J. : ,*r \fThe FREE DELIVERYFRIDAY.
taxi t. l>. ild ar 'don id
which was formerly served by Mr >ntnlnlnoIS Ai-r. *, orle I .
by .,.irtlfl'ff.te-1 N> 1" and t <4.; if .
Ray j The tax** to te sold ar don :.d ':31 and 111.: 4 rmpellvily: and r' p- ----- -

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; :, TO HELP GROWERS TO SHORTS Airs.. II. M. UrKac. Corresponds /1

I' GAINESVILLE-Efforts to assist \ >.rl.ar m*. I ready to mulch strawberry plants FLORID FACTS IN SHORT PARAGK/1PH9 ,
NOTES OP Florida tobacco growers in and plant spring crops. .

blue mold, one of the of Penny Farms
controlling Fountain,
1 worst pests of their crops, are now ARCADIA. Pasture grasses was visiting Herbert Alvarez, Sun- TAMP-Thirty-six bankruptcy TALLAHASSEE. -- Just every

RURAL being made by workers of the sown early last summer on DeSoto I II day afternoon. !, petitions were filed in Federal kind of school Isn't an "established -

COMMON SENSEBy State Agricultural Extension Service County range lands are now up to Miss Carrie Alvarez was visiting Court here during 1937 records school" within the meaning of "

State Experiment Station I an excellent stand a recent check friends in Gainesville, Sunday aft showed today. It was the lowest the Florida law on liquor store II-

and State Plunt Board. by County Agent E. H. Vance re- ernoon. total since 1920, and a decline of censes Attorney General Cary D, '
JOHNSON demonstrationand
A campaign vealed. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender, Billy 19 as compared with 1936 figures. Landla told the Stale Beverage Department .'
Instruction on protecting '
K' HOME AS WELL AS FARM\ plants In seedbeds was begun Fender and Betty Jo Denmark The year 1927 was the peak year that "established school"
NEEDS BUSINESS CENTER young recently by these agencies and FORT MYERS.-Cold weatherIn I' spent Sunday at Theressa with for bankruptcies as 440 petitionswere means "all public schools, recognized -

FOR BETTER MANAGEMENT will be carried Into all tobacco December made Lee County citrus Mrs. Fender's parents :Mr. and filed. universities colleges and all

areas. Dr. Wilmon Newell direc- completely dormant and grow- i Mrs. R. L. Batten.J. private schools offering substan-

Agreement la unanimous that tor of the Experiment Station and ers are planning early fertilizationof R. Hall of Jacksonville, spentthe IIIRK CONE'S SON-IN-LAW tially the same course of Instruction -

the home exerts important and Extension Service, has announced. their groves with Inorganic materials week-end here with his fam- MIAMI.-Mark Byron 3rd, son- available In the publlo

lasting Influence on the lives oft Workers will cooperate with coun- .to obtain early bloom and ily. In-law of Governor Cone has been schools." The liquor law prohibits

""iflse whom 11 shelters. An order- ty agents in holding demonstrations subsequent early fruit next fall, according Miss Carrie Alvarez and broth appointed to serve In an advisory operating a place for site: of liquor

ly home makes for sturdy, orderly on control of the disease. to County Agent C. P. ers, Herbert Alonzo and Eugene, I capacity to the Municipal Publicity within 2.500' feet of an established

character development. Yet in Blue mold attacks young tobacco Heuck. attended the pound party at the Bureau at a salary of $300 a school" In Incorporated cities and

far too few cases Is the home considered plants In seedbeds and stuntsor home of Miss Betty Crosby at I month. His city Job will not In- towns Thomas W. Long State

as a business organizationof kills them. No complete con- MACCLENNY.-With the idea New River, Saturday night. terfere with his employment with Beverage Commissioner, asked an
Importance. There is a tendency been and Loomis & Hall, an advertising Interpretation of the word
trol has developed,
yet of putting their hogs on the mar Mrs. Audrey Newman was visit-
,. to put business into farming op. : commissioners said. "school."
there Is treatment for plants agency
no ket by the latter part of August or ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. II.
tf-eratlons, but to let the home slide i already affected. However, a early in September, Baker Coun- M. McRae, Sunday afternoon. .--- .
1I'' along In a haphazard, dleo ganlzi FOIl DEER i'oil'It.NGECClDENT .
oxide spray or benzol va- GOOD NEWS-
cuprous farmers to
ty me planning grow Elder W. E. Hall, of Green Cove
i ed manner. An association OCALA. In unusual
por fumigation have proven high and TALLAHASSEE. -- an acci
continuous grazing crops dinner of Mr.
Home demonstration agents In ly effective In protecting young and con this Springs, was a guest of sportsmen won their fightIn dent, Mrs. Sid Bradfleld, of Sliver
Spanish peanuts .
and Mrs. H. M. McRae, Monday.Mr. '
Florida have been stressing for plants from the mold. the supreme court Saturday to Springs was painfully Injured,
to Agent
according County and
year and Mrs. B. M. McRae
several years the need for business To make 100 gallons of the spray Mabry Futcli. children, and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. prevent the slaughter of tick-in about 7 o'clock last night, when }
methods applied to the operationsof requires one pound of red copper fested deer In part of four south she was thrown out of a fast mov-
Jackson visiting J. A.
the home. They suggest the one gallon of cottonseed oil, LIVE OAK-Many Suwannee and were Florida counties. The court uphelda ing car. Mr. and Mrs. Bradfield

establishment of a business centerin and two quarts of ]ethane spreader.In cattlemen marked and nage family Sunday. temporary Injunction Issued by were driving along at a speed of I
the home where home records, one container, the copper oxide branded County their stock during the Mrs. Laura Jackson, of Jacksonville Circuit Judge J. B. Johnson of fifty miles an hour it was learned.
'M; .,. recipes bills, and reminders are should be moistened with a little was visiting her parents Mr. Tallahassee halting it statefinanced The cuff of Mrs. Bradfield's coat
cool weather In December accord-
conveniently filed, and where the I of the spreader and then one or and Mrs. J. E. Norman Friday. deer hunt In Glades, Highlands became!! tangled with the handle of
S. C. Klerce. I
housewife can retire to conduct two gallons of water for each ing to County Agent Mrs. .Annie :Alvarez and children l Orange and Osccola counties. the door on her side of the car The>

l v correspondence and attend to other twenty-five gallons of spray shouldbe were visiting ner brother ana 515 '- -.- catch! was released and the door '
r business matters. I I I stirred slowly into the moistened BRONSON.--Two Levy County ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. CITRUS STRIKE OFF flew open under the pressure of }

oxide. In another container cattlemen are feeding out 350 I Crosby, at New River Saturday ORLANDO.-Mayor Sum Way the rushing, air. She was pitchedout
placed steers the winter on silage Ernest Norman of Gainesville '
during ,
the remainder of the (ethane has persuaded 188 negro citrus \ of the machine landed on one f'|
tion agents report that "a splendid spreader, the cottonseed oil, and cottonseed meal and snap spent Sunday here with his pickers to return to( their jobs, thus I shoulder and was thrown over on, 1
system of account keeping, from one to two gallons of water corn, according to County AgentT. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. par-I preventing a strike In the central II the other. The force with which k

a p t business centers and family councils for each twenty-five gallons required D. Rickenbaker. Another Levy Mrs. Floyd Fender and Florida fruit belt. The negroes she hit the highway tore her shoes r rand

with the homes Is developing"and should be stirred together County cattleman, M. E. Hlers, of granddaughter, Shirley Ann Denmark told the mayor their employer had : stockings off and ripped into }

that rural women are becoming this mixture should be passed Chiefland has built a 60xl08-foot spent Sunday with Mrs. M. promised them nine cents a box' shreds a part of a sealskin coat she

: more business-like in the use I I through the nozzle of the regular :! shelter for penning and feeding C. Lee, at Theressa. for picking seedling fruit but had was wearing. j t

1 I,.'. of their time, strength and family < pump or a bucket pump so steers this winter.BROOKSVILLE.A. There will be services at Pine paid only eight. Way said he spent .--- j
:''i: resources. The Idea of manage- I a milky white emulsion Is ---'-- Level church this week-end. considerable time talking to the PLANT FIVE MILLION PINES .
ment and wise planning in connection With constant stirring, total of 76 I negroes, fearing the walkout TALLAHASSEE. Two and a

t with all phases of work has : first mixture (copper oxide acres of oats for pasture purposeswas SUNNY BROOK FARMMrs. movement might spread. half million pine seedlings have

;3' been developed. i spreader, and water) and the re sown by Herpindo County F.. It. Crosby CorrespondentMrs. been shipped from the State for- I
I. ., The home management program of water required to make farmers the past month, accordingto ANOTHER ST. JOHNS BRIDGE eat tree nursery at Olustee during

,, presents the Idea that the farm I hundred gallons should be add a report from County Agent B. A. S. Crosby:< ; spent last SONVILLE.-Duval: coun- the first thirty days of the plant

h r .woman has a responsibility for being to the emulsion. The complete E. Lawton Friday visiting her sisters, Mrs. ty and the State Road departmenthave ing season. C. H. Coulter, Assist-
.# Interested and for having Infor- mixture must be stirred fre Amanda Silcox and Miss Bulah signed a contract calling for ant State Forester, said that this a

\, ." r ',,mation In matters of the farm to prevent separation and PUNTA GORDA.-Spring plant- Edwards, In Starke. construction of a second bridge represents half of the current ,

,,1 which pertain to the general well- the same day it Is prepared.The Ings of tomatoes peppers, and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and daughter across the St. Johns river here and year's crop arid stated that orders "

'.!5 ,!,' : being of the family. Emphasis has spray should be applied as cucumbers will be heavier in 1938 Kathryn .and Mrs. J. L. Peck, Jr., for lifting of toll charges on the on hand and unfilled exceeded the '(.

: :., been given to the value of planning ; fine mist, wetting upper and than in past years In Charlotte of Starke spent last Friday in present bridge as s'oon as the new stock still In the nursery. No fur

r --.for food production, food surfaces of the leaves thor I County Agent N. H. McQueen. Under Lake Butler with the former's spun Is opened to traffic, The new ther orders can be honored and i
H V'; 'conservation, clothing conserva- oughly, but not drenching them. recent favorable growing con- parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Drlg* bridge will cost approximately those whose orders have been placed ,'

,iiit i1 tion, and adequate storage spaces should be applied only when the I ditions, seedbeds made steady and gers. $1,460,000. Duval county will pay are urged to take advantage of
:* i because these things Influence are dry. Spraying should I rapid I Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas half of .the cost. The State Road the present favorable weather for

:q!,,: better family living I begin as soon as the plants are up I progress. A and baby of Jacksonville spent department will pay the other half their planting. By January 25: all ..
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1( Limited Income of the rural fam- ;! applications should be made II I, last week-end here visiting his from funda received form the fed- seedlings should be shipped. Coul- .

: fly makes It necessary that mem- : twice weekly until the plants are I GUM BRANCH parents, Mr. and Mrs H. Thomas. eral government through the Unit- ter stated that the nursery sched- t

rl'' f bers of the family consider care- Annie Mae Harnage Cor. M. Kelly, of Lake Butler, was ed States Bureau of Public Roads. ule approved by the Florida Board ,j

r I', fJ' fully their expenditures, and ways. Equipment needed for applyingthe I visiting his brother-in-law and The State Road department will of Forestry for next season calls r
21. McRae and
Mr. and Mrs B.
.A.1 and means for accomplishing need- material Includes a sprayer sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Crosby supervise construction and will for twelve and a half million trees,
I ;; children and Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
Sunday. maintain both bridges after the more than double the currentyesr's
r/3 Jackson and son, Roland were
new one Is completed. production.
visiting J. A. Harnage, Sunday.Mr. 1 I.t
oJ, and Mrs. T. N. Norman and RISING .
,I' daughters, Helen and Dorothy, attended Miss Edna Lewis. Correspondent UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO. Ii

church at Corinth Sundayand
were dinner guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby and L. C. McCABE, President, Jackaonxllle Fla. 1

L f l FORD OFFERS TWO NEW CARS I Mrs.Mrs.Tate Audrey Crosby.Newmans, of Jacksonville urday children on were business.In Jacksonville Sat Industrial Life Insurance

I spent the week-end herewith Miss Dorothea Strickland, of St. O. L. SAPP Representative

her brother-in-law and sis Augustine Is spending a while

ter, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman. with her aunt, Mrs. R. M. Crosby.
I Miss Dorsl Mott, of Brooker, recently -
l keeps Miss Elna Conner spent part of visited Miss Irene Lewis.
last week at the State Farm
Mr and Mrs. W. C. Conner returned :: L. C McCABE Lady Attendant I
visiting her brother-in-law and "
d I sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Shaw. Tuesday after visiting relatives JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
in Lakeland, Plant City 43V.. Church-Phone 5-1538 SO St. Phene 27
I Mr. and :Mrs. J. F, Shaw of the George -
Nv" Tampa and St. Petersburg.Mrs. .
State Farm, were visiting Mr. and Bert Shaw and children, ofGlen ...... :::31"I! __ = --.; ,,1w
I. Mrs. F. S. Sapp, Wednesday night. = -- -
M- g I St. Mary recently visited her !
t"lf ----
mother-in-law, Mrs. E. J. Lewis
1 EVERGREEN and other relatives here.

.,_",-," I Mrs F. A. Rosier Correspondenti Mrs. L. L. Conner and daugh- For Expert RepairingSmith's
I......... r..._ ad.e
t ..03 .h.r*.p.w.. i, ______ ter, Etna of Gum Branch, visited
i Willie Reddish and chil- Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner Friday
D. a.a. ft-ardor gods I dren spent the week-end with her afternoon.Mrs. .

as 6.rsMw.r mother, Mrs. J. S. Rosier. W. O. Wildes and brother. Garage

Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Rosier
spent Melton Crawford, and Mrs. Hattie -- ---- -- -- -
Sunday with B. E. Rosier and Thomas, of Jacksonville, were \ f

mother. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lewis Phone 120

Mrs. Daisy Pringle and children. Friday. I J

Earl and Clara :Marie, were visit I Mrs. Jack Edward visited her Wrecker Service Day or Night
ing her mother Mrs J. S. Rosier, I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill -

Thursday. : Wednesday.
.... Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner were
Miss Lorene Rosier, of Wood- I
V lawn, spent Sunday with Miss the dinner guests Sunday of Mr.
J.oulse Rosier. and Mrs. Zarle Crawford of Sax-

I Misses Pansle and Eva Jean ton.

Reddish spent Sunday night with YOf CAN
their cousin, Miss Clarice; Rosier. I First instance of cremation in BK FREE ; ,' .
the United States was the cremation FROMDUt'IXJEUY r
of Col. Henry Laurens, at KI'I'nIEN' ; 'fI''
capable of maintaining a pressureof ) wb t
Charleston, S. C., In 1702.0'1'111 s .e th k.
at least 100 pounds per square WITH

Inch, a line of t%inch spray hose :\ GREEN'SFfEL "
r long enough to reach all parts of + '
k" the bed a four foot spray rod a all whom It mny concern. that I : :
have. filed my Final Statement and
nozzle directed
downward with replaceable voucher and made application. trjho d
discs! having an openingof lion. F:. K. Ferryman. for Final
3/64/ Inch, a supply of extra HHCharire. aa Administrator of estat
of II. Y. Rrown, to Issue. on the
discs for replacement as they be- 12th day of February A. O. 19.I&: at
10 oclork A.f. at the office of j
I i come worn and the spray becomes
County Judge of Bradford County.
0 1 are two new Fort] cars for engine, costs lees\ to run than any other '1' too coarse and two buckets and J. C TEnulil.L, Adm'r. I.
THERE a larger: vessel such as a barrel for
0 -the De Luxe and the Ford car ever built. mixing.'r
Of a tl.K OF'i'Ax4I' -I
8kl One hundred gallons of spray : tI'IFIevrE'*
Standard-differing in appearance, And both new ran are priced low, will cover 4,000 square yards of; NoTiCE IS! HKHKBY UIVE.V yes .
Mm. J. I* Fraire has filed with m. I

11 appointments and price-lint built on Low price, like economy, is a Ford tra small large plants plants.or 1,000 Growers square having yardsof 'written. ..n .together request with that the all tax nubnetiuentomitted "..rtltl.at. ,' GREEN'S FUEL is truly the answer to

or levied taxes. held by th4tHte woman's It makes it possiblefor
smaller beds the every prayer.
can prepare spray;
b<* advertised and Hold to the
tall the game dependable Ford chassis. dition. Ford founded the low-price field material in proportion to their : highest bidder for cash a. providedby you to enjoy entire afternoons away

w Both the needs. of tint Hou.e.I..IRtur.Ulll 89'. upon of the the 1U37 following art- from the kitchen, at the same time insur-
bring basic 30 and
you advantages years ago keeps Ford prices low. Benzol vapor treatment is effective described real estate In theCounty ing delicious well-cooked meals. Ask the
of Bradford, State of FlorIda -
-aka V-type 8-cvlnder! power-plant- The De Luxe Ford costs slightly In controlling the mold, but Is to-wlt: woman who uses GREEN'S; FUEL.
more considerably more expensive and Ix>t 01 1 & 4 of rtlk 32: J M. Johns,

li smooth! [performance and compact dethan the Standard Ford, but provides troublesome than the spray. Ben- H\V"Addition Her.to 20 Stark Tp. II fl.'In R.SF4 22 B..of Already many modern kitchens In Starke are equipped with
; zol, which Is highly Inflammable The taxes to ho ..,10,] .are evidenced.
rertiflcnt.a No 4(15( and 10U1 of this clean odorless non-poisonous gas that saves you money
hy *
eign. The D *Luxe Ford has the llorsemore style with extra room in the closed Is placed In hallow pans in beds 1930 and 1A13 pei-tIvely, and rep- too. Why" not let yours be the next?
b tightly framed and covered with reHent taxes. for the years 1929 to

t power engine. The _Standard 1 Forlllroledam. Both cars,in 'proportion to price, good muslin sheeting. The treat '1'37.1115..14.both Inclusive, amounting to Costs Less
A I ment is applied every night and on "Maid tax certificates together with

8O'I.t.' vides a choice of 85 or 60 horsepower( represent} unusual values. Both are built rainy days. Covers are removed an all 'ubBeq.uAtit will. be sold omitted to the or highest l.evledtnxf Than One Cent Per KWH
hour or two after sunrise if the Mdtter at the Vonrthoaie door In
Both new can are economical to operto the game high standard of mechanical weather I. dry; : In Wet weather atprke on the Beth day. .oL..J..uarT. DELIVERED TO V0l'U HQMK BY t
191, at II'00: o'clock A
)'the covers remain and more ben- .
bated" thl the 8th> day of January
ate. The Standard, with thrifty "60" excellence. There's a dealer near you. [, sot la placed In the pans. Three to 1198.! GREEN'S FUEL
1 8 quarts of benzol, depending on A J. THOMAS.
the tightness of the covers, la required Clerk of Circuit ("Vmrt of CHAMBERLIN, 1\lgr.
Bradford County, Florida.
IN. nightly for each 100 yards. 1-14-U-1-J8.

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market They argue about the He's what they call a 'swellhead' I1',, ,* i IB. St<. 29 Tp. 6 8 n 2Jr of NK'/t' of NE(4(( A ftnn W I.'
rights of labor and capital. Governments \:; over here." :.. containing 3 Acres. morn or yd8, H 176 yen w 82':'., ,dM. !N!
OROU6lfBRED lean 118 ydH. to beir "Bee' 30 Tp 7 H.
JBOB JONES I reach greedy hands The gun went off, the horses The taxes to he Mold] are evidenced H. 12 E.
serous seas to grab colonies. They broke to an accompanying roar Ivy c-rrtlflrnte. No. 418. of 1034 reHlnMtlfly The taxes to be sold are tvldem?il
and represent th* taxes by rertlflcnteH. Non 812 und .,
:Comments On Here build submarines to hide under I from the crowd. Number Eight r..n,' I ll h i. M-HI-X' I in.11: t tn 1037. both In- 1829 and U33 respectively'. and 150,1 represent (-
r f. water and sink ships laden with DON-T CRY j j and the redoubtable Tlmmle Dono- liml\i.. iiinoiint, hifr t.. $55.4rt. taxes for the y"ara. iiun to
::: And Hereafter I err, hi 'lux" rnrtltlinieM together" with 1987 both inclusive ainmiiitlnK" to
1: war materials and commerce van were far behind at the first nil HliliM While boasting about human good I I turn. But slowly Timmie Increased taxes will tie Bold to the hlirlieHtbklilfi Said l .tax certificates. t"K, tlt>, with
\J?,,;,tedft nth, MfTR9 OOLDWVN: MAYER ",tVI.HALSEy'RAINES ut the <'..1... thollne door InKtaike all subsequent. omitted DI Levied
l {\I6'Tne winds driven by the lashes ness they build machines by the the pace of his mount. Down they on the 28th day of .January, I...... will be Hold to I Hi.' hl"h".t
', feVlnter" beat the walls of thousands to rain fire and death came to the two-thirds( mark. One II:>1H. nt IIin: o'lltuk. A. !MiMti'il bidder ut the. Courthouse door In
on my thin the HIM day vt Janu- KtHrkc uii the 28th day of January,
: :" ,I': ))nX(>m. as If they were angry out of the sky They talk about jockey running his first big race, nry. 1938 11 M. at 11:00 o'clock A M

'ii);.;:" :;tn J6 ne-1! who built this withn scientific discoveries and work in (What has happened no far: Wilkins was speechless. His face went down in a nasty spill. It it'I"Mlt'LAL. A..1 SEAT THOMAS.) Unfed, 1938.OFFICIAL I .thin the 8th day of January -

;. lhellroad!! to the South. They aretrying laboratories to produce gas to Falling family finance makeit bore the look of a dog struck for seemed impossible for Tlmmle to Clerk of flrrult/ Pourt of ( SEAL)

i ( now. I suppose they have, render people helpless while armIes appear unlikely that Sir the first time by an Indulgent master : avoid the fallen horse But he did ..1131.128.o'ru'.1 Urndforrt. I'ounty, Florida.' A. J. THOMAS

I. tonitfwd themselves against these, plunder and kill. Every man Peter Calverton will be able to and putting on an amazing burstof Clerk of Circuit Court of

.';, iwall: of brick. I am reminded off who Is capable of thinking knows fulfill bin cherished hope of "Well, sir of coursehe finally speed, came down the stretch !\, OK H\l. .TEN M IP<"I Cl'1.tt'I'IFIC 1-14-3t-l-2n.lIra.<1tord County Florida.

f ): Oq Word which teaches that allkvereation that the whole world is headed taking his favorite rarer, The neck and neck with the two pacesetters -
i <,/ 1I managed to stammer, "If you don't NOTICE IS IinnKBV:: GIVEN that
';t groans and travails In toward a cataclysm of destruction. Pooknh, to America for another want to Fifty yards from the fin V Slernlierr" has. filed. with me NOTICE
me go- written, request. that the tax cerUtll"II''h..r Notice In hereby. given that George
l t 1 l'aln'walttnll; for redemption. Some What Is the explanation? First try ngalnit the bent "It isnt ish he pulled ahead and shot over CHteM. with nil HiiliBecinelitoinltled F. Cnry end William II bearing. ; ananelllarv
that. Wilkins. We
'i i''' dsy/ the curse of sin will be lifted man is fallen. "In Adam all die. horses on the other side of the just the finish line a winner. or levied. taxes held hv the I Executors:: of the Estate of
i. ButIt can't manage it this time. I'm sorry '- The of State hi, ndvel' lined I .and Hold, to thehlgrient Austin Cary will on the 5th day of
problem whom to
'The.. }; lion and the lamb shall fie i That Is not a popular theory. Atlantic. But rather than disappoint just en- bidder for cash an. 'providedby February: ; l 8'nPiru to lion. ] .
: together." Children will be able is true and explains man's In- his grandson Roger, trust atop the Calverton entry In \House. Illll .1116 of the In:17 Held Ferryman.; : of raIJ-
!: left to hmself! to extricate Sir Peter didn't see Roger In the the challenge race had been both- of the l eff(Hliitiire.. upon the followInjr ford' 1 County, at 10 o'clock A. M. at
All that ability
with loan
J foplay; serpents. !Sir Peter arranges a of a described real] estate. In the his office, for 11..hnr" an said executors : -
'. :hurts and destroys will be destroyed. himself from the impending doomof thousand pounds on his estate, doorway, and neither did Wilkins ering Roger. Now he tapped Sir County of 13radford Slate: of FlorIda .. having" filed. our final. accounting -
along with
( ,.: The destructive force In this the civilization he has built to defray the cost of the trip.) see him, as he made his despon- Peter enthusiastically on the .I,) toWltI !2 M Acres: of Natof !SEIJ' A ,application now on riteGEORGE

Is sin. The first time sin Second, the devil Is the god of the dent exit But the youngster had shoulder. 0 Acre. In NH I'or of SW?, of F "AnY.,
\ vunjverse 1 Mi4;' belnir 80 ydn.. N A H Executor.
}' :r ::put its foot on this earth It de- world. It Is not his world but he CHAPTER TWO heard the conversation end he "Grandfather, he cried "couldn't 2SI vile,| i 1'I A< W 1 Set.. 24 Tp" fl by 8I 1-1-41-I-U.(
< With an Indian-like that now bounded forward disbelievingly. we get Mr. Donovan to ride The !, :22: K. containing 30 Acre,
};; !:: teoyed' paradise. If men in authority has usurped It. God's people are whoop F ...... i th ........ .... more. or |Ieen..
)!.'' ;r .' could only realize that the In the minority. Only a small per- was singularly In contrast to his UVRPU n e lip The tnxen 10..be nob! are evidenced. 1 Ji:':

w. ,kq battle In government Is not a bat- centage of the race even professes usual reserved British demeanor. "Grandfather" he cried "It'll "From what Mr Sloane says I bv rvitlfUnle. N..... 017 of I IPU( leBpeitlM 1;. <'1 1lti
our stable would be too *!)'. ,nnd 'lepreeenl tnxeB. for W.j'1 .
break his heart It cups
"Christian na Roger burst into Wlklns'; cottage.The he doesn't go-
but battle of selfish The
tleof a Christianity the )",'111'. Hi:II: to 1117.! both InrluHlve. r .
r" passions, they would look for a tions" are not ChrIstian. This butler was engaged in trans- "Look here, Roger" respondedSir for Jils head, said Sir Peter, eyes nniolintlnfr to $71.42Kul.I [ \. I.
He ferring the foamy contents of a Peter. "I want Wilkins with us twinkling. tnx rertifltnteH, together with
In education and world to Jesus Christ
: solution not more belongs
nil Kiibeeqnent It Levied IlcJ: |' frirni (1rlOn" th' RI..1d.
t;:. '1 ''nodal service, but they would seek made It. When It went astray He bottle of Bass' Ale from bottle to as .much as you do, but It just "But If you discussed the mat- latHM will lie Hold: : to dIh':. higheetbidder I of Harmful
! '.'Qod Who Is able to change the came down and bought It back tumbler. As he turned to avoid a can t be done." ter with him"-persisted" Roger. Stark,, ,* nt on the the 2Sth 1'oiirttioiiM day of* January,door In, Tear kidney at* mn. icily' PI""" '+*

j I. J a/ "hearts of men. The winds seem with His blood. His Spirit Is in collision the glass slipped from his I "But he's trained The Pookah all "Why don't you ? countered Sir lIP:'14' ,, Ht IIOe:( ,',.1..1'l A. .MPtitpd I w Ilri.oyl..I.it
' ..; !t i : 1 tajbe;: resting now. This reminds the world now gathering out from hand and was shattered on the this time. All he's thought of is Peter I ni'v. I 19:19.: (hIB the Nth day of .J'"III-1' nut met m* NbLur Intwiu. .I 'mil enrep, to ra.mow .
ImpurlLtiM that, tf t.(nM, '
I t ; '''mlt of a storm that almost sank a the nations a redeemed people who floor. winning the race for you-" The next Instant Roger had tak- tuFFll'IAb. l-IJ.1.\l.Tlll'iMAS) tile .vitfira and ipM: the. wliu.maypolinn *

\1iN :"; ship on which Jesus slept. They will be His bride Some day He "Now look" said: Wilklns. rather "Wilkins cannot go with us to en him at his word and was! off (Cleik A. "J. of drum, Coiirl ofliiinlford body Symptom mad.ln may ry. to naming h.pk.eh.'

(\; awoke Him when they thought will gather His bride home and reward pathetically."I'm America''" declared Sir Peter: firmly back of the stands. He hud no County, Florida p.r.bteni headache: attt.ltof dlKtinim, ,

It, ,' ;\ (they were ?in great danger How them according to their fidelity sorry, :Mr Wilkins," said I '. It was a final order of dis difficulty spotting Tlmmle The tI9l-t211.'o'rll'F. netting th up. ay night>- f*wftllinft Unt of, putPn nervous, aunder
\ 9 ,1:1:1 like human nature that is! Then lie will come on a Roger, "But I Just had to come missal.W'r latter was telling his agent, in nouncertain an..11' and IUM of pep and .l..."' ...
:\1": Many : 0.1.1': OF 'f"4"I'II'U' :\ Other aigna of kidney( or bladder 'dia
.J.r ( of UB never go to Him except when bridal tour to this earth.Vlth way. that from now on : 1'1'Er: order max ba burntav:: canty or to*
;: ; TRUE CHURCH He will I his minimum price would be forty NOTICE is IIIUIIIY: : nvn.N:I that frvnuant urination.Thar .
''-'i''' we are In need or In danger. He HIS a Axel I.. olBon IIIIN filed with me ..hould ba no doubt that prompt
I '," 4 spoke to the wind and the reign over this earth. Then wars I dollars a race any race written ,letiiieNt hilt I the tax: certlflintHB tnmtmant. t"* wlaar than mtaet., Ua.
peace don't need liiK'thvl with all ullbMequentomitted I> "Maybe
?I ;waves. "What manner of man isthis will cease. Then the desert will you" a manager or levied. taxed: held by the. ..... lri...... for mar than forty yea
that even the wind and the blossom like a garden. Then right- any more! was the tetoit. Stale. In Hdverllited and noltl to the Tile, .bar, a natlottwid reputation.Ara .
raaommandad by rst.fulp.opM' ta.
"Maybe I don't" hlithenl. bidder for cu.h HB. provided {
J eousness will cover the earth like XMBtnr ovar. Ad a ,err w*>t06ar1DOAN
Waves obey Him, they cried. I by HUIIHC' Illll 3U6 of the 1 937 act.
, ,I*mot: surprised that the wind and the waters cover the sea. Then 'I beg your pardon Mr. Donovan of the lefflBlature" upon the following -

the",waves obey Him. The Voice His faithful followers who are now ,' said Roger politely. "I wantto County cleHiilbed of' llmdford real eHtnte State. of In Florida the- SPILLS

i! which can speak peace to troubled lied about and persecuted will be see you about something" to-vilt:
I '. Com 8<7i'.i yard..* K oC NW Cor
I '.\ hearts finds it easy to quiet with vindicated. COME QUICKLY "Look out punk, snorted Tim-I

:;e .(i' 'whisper' the wind and the waves.e LORD JESUS! I mia brushing Roger aside. And
t "'" with this he went off toward
.(,\\.i! e e .r -.----- striding

.,If'.. ( How blind most men are'! In this COURT CLEARS THE WAY a, 1 the jockey room. WRITE TODAY

I. materialistic age men talk about TALLAHASSEE.-State Attorney t orr "If you want to see the greatest

business They discuss the stock J. Rex Farrior of Tampa. Is rider In the world you got to write FORWOOD'S J)
him letter "
armed with a state supreme court a explained the agenti
i \
I Its Easy To B* Mistaken About interpretive memorandum openIng I caustically.

[STOMACH TROUBLE the way for him to prosecutefive i' (TO. _BE___ CONTINUED A ) \
former police officers on kid- tlrldu-ell: I 59th/ Annual
h IB Stomach sufferers should learn the naping charges growing out of the Th, Master's JIIII tr The fan at tl'8t a )
, 4' 5 truth about ULCERS GAS. ACID popularity In the United States ,
I INDIGESTION belching, heartburn, 1935 Tampa floggings. unprecedented go IOBu during the latter half of the 19th e Seed CatalogMAILED
1 constipation! etc., due to exetM ucid l lIFMCE court document handed __ ; America -
L'DGA' Booklet contain-i farts down yesterday ruled In effect the + century. ,

\afa terest Theedition, juotoiTthe one-time Tampa officers/ will not w ---.-

I press may prove your first step to hup be jeopardized twice for a slncle I '.--.. A Russian professor has demonstrated FREE
I. > stomach com fort I Clip this to remind II
| y that blood taken from individuals -
lyrat. to ask for the UDGA Booklet alCARPENTER'S offense if they are tiled and tell you the news The ship was rolling In a heavy sudden death Contains full dencrtpUons

again for abducting E F. Foulnot "Wot news*' The trainer blink. I.I trough, but Sir Peter kept his sea i I' may be succesufully meeting used In cases iflht I and planting Information
of the victims.
DRUG STORE one flogging
II about the Newest and
ed. legs. Twenty years seemed to have ,'calling for blood transfusions
1 dropped from his shoulders with Beet Strains of
"Oh, nothing very much, answered !

N S3; BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull the boy, slowly recoveringhis the approach toward the American Solid .14 OF H i_I..: Of. "I'A\ ''ill Flower Garccn!
"It's just that we'regoing shore. ili'I'I: FII' "'1'0'1'1 .:" ,
tins of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies composure :-\ I IS IIKUI..MY: IIIX15V that andField
AMBULANCE SERVICE to America to win the Cup." Roger seemed inexplicably nervous -I II. A. IIlHho| IIIIB flied with mewiltlen I
a DAY ANa NIGHT 1 "To h'Amerlca?" gasped Wll- as his grandfather turned his request. | thai the tax tettlfltuteH Sccdd:
I toffelhel with .all MiiltMtqnnlomitted
53 I'NONE. 53 king His jaws fell apart and he toward the hold of
steps the ves- or let-led taxes, held I "by the adapted to the South
?; 4 O. H. RENNET Mr. couldn quite fit them together. sel. He had decided that it would -IIate tin ndverllxed .and Hold to ..h.hhch.1 .
bidder for .h 1
t H HB providedI.V
Meantime Roger had spun on be a good idea to have a look at I HollBe Illll BU6' of tile. 1 1M:17 ill IBnf -1

heel and started for the door again. The Pookah. the.1.1.110.LiwlBhitui l reul, upon entnle the' followInjc In thet'umy : T. W. WOOD & SONS, Richmond, Va.: 1I I II

"I'm going to tell The Pookah! "I just loked at him a little of Iliurifold. ., State of r'lin'- Please mail me free: :
I Ida' to-wit:
he cried disappearing. while I
DIRECTORMy ago pleaded the boy. I I.I.IH II. 14 Ilk II ItIMIII",1-
at the dlllull. to Still ke. H of 9th 1 I, SI. In WOOD'S 1938 SEED CATALOG
Wilkins, overjoyed unex- there's
Many Years Experience Makes It Possible! for Me to Render "Well nothing wrong N\Vl'| of NW,, We, 28 'I'p d HIt 1I II
pected tidings, repaired in as with my seeing him too Is there" I 22 I 13 II
EFFICIENT, PROMPT mid COURTEOUS SERVICE speedy a fashion as was consistentwith When Sir Peter reached the stall The Inxi'-- tn In Mold .i?' i Idem" il I NAME: . . . . . . . . . . . . .
= MODERATE PRICES l h\' i-eillfli,. Now Mif ""f III:':: itpetlMlv '- I I II
his position to Sir Peter'slivingroom. where his prize horse was quartered I "" and 1 reirteni| UK 'inpuldtuxi ADDRESS . . . . . . . . . . . .
DeWITT C. JONES The head of CalvertonHall The Pookah in the act ,ifor I the. yi-ttrr' I III:13 ti. ]1IJ7 I II
was 'both' "IntliiBlv, amount Inn n* flit: '" illAl. I . . . . . . . . . . . .
Starke!, FlorIda was in the process of being of bending forward to bestow a I! d I..u of Lot ft IT
r,1'rp 1 tucked in his armchair, while Pol- great slobbering kiss on a form III, M is: ': : .1 f rrislhIf:t : ." - - - - -

,--_._-,-------_ '|lock, the butler was reminding that crouched In the darkened --
him of the doctor's orders in regard corner. '

'rp1IASLEY'S{ SERVICE STATIONTRY I tain hours.to taking Sir Peter's certain heart pills at didn't cer- eyes Before the form Sir took Peter's on recognizable astonished 'I 4

the stamina it had
have quite once
likeness. Bit by bit he discerned i
OUR SERVICE AND BE CONVINCED possessed and 'he had been told to |
the ears the hair the shoulders
l take certain tablets to makeIt
and flnallythe profile of
ATLAS behave Pollock had his hands Wllklnl'l I
Positive proof was
TIRES BATTERIES TUBES full however, gaining the desired protesting tones of a familiar. voice I
rang out. ,
' Tires I'nrondltlonallv Gtt.irnntetl for Year and Mouths: "Doctors are no infernal good 'Ey, get away," Wilkins was |

STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Sir Peter was in the process of saying. "I ain't no bloom blarney
saying as Wilkins arrived. The stone!" I

W.\SIII: -(1'POLiSIIiNGWANINGGREASINOCall : trainer stepped forward with an ""Well young mane! cried Sir ,, 0

expression of apology mixed with Peter turning on Roger "I see
60 For Road Service
elation. hand in thla"
I your ,
1 Easy Payment Plan On Tires. and Batteries. "H'I 'ope you'11 forgive me. sir" Wilkins sheepishly looked over : 'I-c-_
I he began "but I do want you to the top of the stall Roger expected i
know 'ow I about it all. '
'appy am the storm to break but he faced It

-_._,_._----_.._-_._----_._-_. "What do you mean?" counteredSir bravely i i

Peter "All I loaned him was a sovereign -
"The Pookah, sir," replied Wil ," he said simply. I

Take kins. "I knew you'd decide to take The lines around Sir Peter's face !'

time out I him." He pointed to the mantle. relaxed. He clapped the boy across

|, "The cup's practically sitting up the shoulder then took his arm.

,, there right now." "Stout lad" he whlnpeied I
: Sir Peter pulled at his chin and B I

to pause and refresh seemed at a loss for a reply, while Sir Peter Culvcrton shared front I t J tt daring C e R 1938M.

.ne trainer continued. page apace In the New York dallies

"I've never been to H'Amerlca, with latest war news from the RUrK

sii, as you know and I must con Oiicnt His arrival was the signalfor ,fQN1 WEEK

fess to a kind of hankerln' to see such flaming streamers as: ..

t I It once. It's just like the answer to "British Sportsman Confident of / esroOpel

\ Aw i- iiT.c \|I a prayer if you'll excuse the liberty Winning American Cup. I -

I 1 sir'"Wilklns At the Longmont race course Sir

') ______ H ," cut in Sir Peter witha Peter and Roger were given their

I quaver that he couldn't quite first official welcome by Track Superintendent

. { II control, "I'm very sorry but I Sloane. Photographers -

won't be able to take you with me who for ..
begged Dwt.linlflisr."liu.
"Just one more
Check the I low delivered of
this year. picture" were gradually shooed prices of trurk. anil com.m..rl' .

-- -- away. Reporters decided they had ial. care, in five separata wheel

G Still ? bothered the Culvertons enough for CHEVROLET TRUCKS hale. length. with' thirty-one heels

1 t Coughing one day, and, eventually permittedthem nioJeU. Chevrolet; now ofTer trui' ..k*

No matter how medicinesyou to concentrate the for every trial". All moilet* urnmmlernlotlieminute
'i" many on stirring You'll save in all with Chevrolet I
ways and l
I have tried for your cough chest climax of the day, a medal event bring!
4 1 cold, or bronchial irritation, you can jmg the moat nlTicient ...."
for two .
I get relief now with Creomulsion yearol.ls."Timmie Donovan Is riding "THETHRIFT-CARRIERS FOR THE NATION". able toilay ia lb. lowest |>m roraojll. I
Serious trouble may be brewing and num-
Tent tin* new Irll"' .. at jrimrChe
you cannot afford to take a chance ber eight," remarked Mr. Sloane. :
I with less Save on purchase price.Save on gas and oil.Save on upkeep rol>lileuler'a.' anil prove that.
remedy than
any potent "Is he an especially good, Jock- .
I Creomulsion which goes right to ?" ..h"1I.jfinors pulling power forle

One bargain shopper knows...pure,wholesome the seat of the trouble and aids nature ey"One Inquired of Roger.best. There he Is f' Htr-r : Ji... ; lit i : a money.CHEVBOIFT. I
great every to soothe and heal the Inflamed our .. : ,: l ....;; : .\ (;ewel Af noenadnmr PMe-Ca"trert.
refreshment with a frosty bottle of Ice cold mucous membranes and to loosen right over there, on Blasting" : : ''''"" .'.J "7' l .! J ,' '.. "Si.t.I''X leenoeu-.I U_, I., ,....-... A 4rnwWAloan. t

't Coca-Cola.Only 5 cents..at the familar red cooler. and Even expel if other the remedies germ-laden have phlegm.failed, Roger's attention was focusedon ,':r.de u' ('.!l'..s"; t.lf.ii t. i, 'fi l $'t'k.'? t. M. .
I a sturdy blond, tow-headed 'I Owvval Motor*Saltt ipfir- unDfcTKI'ir. 1
c, ISI don't be discouraged, try Creomul- . .. a; MICHIGAN
I Blon. Your druggist Is authorized to cool-looking youngster who sat
refund your money If you are not waiting for the starting signal
thoroughly satisfied with the benefits "He does sit his horse well.doeKn.t ,
obtained from the first Co.Starke
very ?" Torode Chevrolet
bottle. Creomulsion Is one word-not he commented. .
I STAKKE COCA-COL.\ two, and It has no hyphen In it. "Has a good rider, all right"
Ask for It plainly see that the name answered the track manager.
BOTTUNO COMPANY: on the bottle Is Creomulsion and "Gives; us more trouble though FloridafI1DAY
you'll get the genuine product and
the relief you want. (Adv) than any boy in the profession. .

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". 1937, both mdunlvr. amounting to Slate l.c ndverllMed iind until, t I.> the I'i'I: I ii'i M| I'KIU: : n "p< > t lM-l', and itprevent 111"'tiillMH,. to $22S.71
Bradford I 140,fS,, highest. blddiM, fur ,rant an 'provided t liixi'M, for, the years" IMO! : to "Illl IIIX, .-...'.tlrlonl... tJHi.l, |It''I, ,
County Telegraph ALSO: 8Ei'<4 of SWVi Except by Rouse Jill) o'lU! of I the 19.17: acts !l'I.i.: l Into, Inelushr, amounting to I III II! Kt/bMOgoont. | omllmil 111lux LrI" ,1..1'h I
1''t: of NWU of HJjl; of W4Bee. '* of the Legislature., upon the following 159.44. H u' III .be Hold to I Ibc | I
Establiohed 1877 85 Tp 8 H. H. 22 13, con- ; deet'1'Ibed roal rxlatn In the I AI. II' l.tiU 1i 1 2 & I E !IS fl nflotil li.ilili i. lit t the l'UIII'II\II ill hllelo'I", '
,, ; :3\. 4 of Itlll IS &; Lots 1, 3 "" I"
.' : talnlnir 3B Acres, nioiu oi letmThe Counly of IliadtVrd, Stale of FlorIda 'tn.ko ( hi31 day nf .inI'tll ,,
I &e I K nx ft of lots'/ a, 4 of urn m, on "" Ii') .
'Inxea to be Mold are evidenced 1 to-wlt: .
:! nt' iron: o'clock A. Mil
tiricatox KOH. 143 (if 1034 re- I'V An' (cm ton feet W ofSPl l.u' inK ti>n. truliy & (Vx Huh-DI- ,
r ? MEMBER "", \'.. ), and eprexi-nt, (the taxes : Cor: :or HWl, of SVVV4 & Run I'I' 'Ni': '' "f :N14': :' Set' 28 1 I'. Ihlf tlie Mil illl\ i'I l .1 ""
the years. lKtl! : to U37. .both' InI.lv. N 2 HI Ft", W .J I :, II. S Jlu' t t.i t. 9'I', :, ., Ii _: K: ,u', 11'11:
7j FLORIIl\PRESS ASSOCIATION \ ,, .', uinountlna-" to $60 211. i: :.i'i I : 1'1. .in i in t.. Sr, :'t I *PI ": 'rh" ,, I ''v. I 1.1" Iii, '"' ,..1.1I. ""I'f'1.\I.I. "V'AI/ '
AI.S(): U'u! nf tlRl/i of NWVi AKXVVi H II -': I C: .."'H""II) ., \?,i. I I." ,,1 Ili, 'I'" Vn, as "i,,I ( III ..I II \ .1 TIUl.MH.
25 i I'l, It of ('Irull, I'n'. ''
of S1: of N\VV Hoc Intl '" ? I Hid 1 In l li 'I"" I 1y J .old I I '1' '
r T1). H S. It 22 hl: ro,1tahl/ng/ 31)Ayres IK" ulfold 1 Colllltv Fli I''I'
: otwa4CL, COtsGf4t | ri'll' '11' I I. Jri' ltl. t1 -- 'i Hi naps 'Id 'rut' tI "
.i ., more oi /IttxxTim by' ,'JI" ,? ", ,''I I "n t, I I II. It 1 ..
,' tilxeii In l hI Hold HIV e\lileiic --- -- ----
-- -
..:' -- l y ccitlflralvH Nox. IOU of 19.13 re-
mud. reprexent the taxes l I.. re, a.I ? a I I 7 ? ns ? I s Len lya I
r Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second ,:, I Ilto years If.lJ to 11)37:) both In- ''s.u !
Office Starke Florida '""Iv.'. sotultottag 10 ,06.4. "' w.R u
Matter at the Post at
tl' .\1.101(1( N'v..t NW'i Sec. 26 TpH '. I
G It 32:: K' .nintuliilnir' tillAtieH
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I)' ,\ .L Matthews___ ____.. __ u .____ ______Editor and I lazes, more"to or be leHH.1'he wcM. uie evidenced
I ;;; : l y c'wtirtfnteH Nos. SIt: and" linn "t
and, IIKI3: respectively, and "'1'-
SUBSCRIPTION RATE .... tliu. ,tnxeM. for the yearv 19311
I' IH.17, both /Inclusive. nniountlnff
1 Yearly $1.50 Six: Months, 73c -Payable in Advance flit7.80.( V
; : / ALSO: NHi, ot.s\V'ly SIT 2fl Tp.|
Hates Application II(I K It. 22 J:., containing 40
Y\ Advertising on AereH: mare or le..H.
, 5 The taxes to li.. sold are evidenced r
I l i-eitirituleit, Non 430 and 1050 nf
WE MUST ATTRACT MORE ATTENTION: !' 0 and 11KU: reHpottlVfly, und rep- 1
"0111 the unpaid taxes for theurM
1929!l to I and Inclusive.
cn-L-A ia witness clean-tin
r\ rn a
._ 1
f' "- ace' again at "'" -- -- to $121* 2flAI :
l /
r drive but from the high degree of enthu'siasmshown .SI'' s\v, of awv, Settn -
beautification "'. t H. It. 22: N.. containing 40 COMPARE
those at the head of the movement we are inclinedto Ac-red more' or lexw1li9 r..
by ESE
I I taxes' to lie Hold 1 lire evidenced
believe that this time it will not be the usual "flash-in-the- cetUtliutcK Non.. JS2 and IOU of I IfITH FARE
und ii3l: : 'respectively and rep- DpiytpO
"hit-or-miss" sort of thing that has cropped up here at ni.iit Ihe InxeH fur the. yearn 1V2R\ COSTS
pan I 19a1.! bolh -I'tehl..lv.' HIIIOUIIting rJ
more or less regular intervals down\ through the years. 1140.10.
I i I' ALSO: KKt, oe N'RI4:: sea 10 Tp. "
Not only were the various women's organizations of the 0 a.1 II 21 i:.. contulnlnic 40Ayres "" ktinryw, pt' Ow
.. more. or IIHHIhe AT THE Yr' "" "
j V4 'r
town represented, but a good number of business men left I Inxox to lie sold are evidenced I ey"...,.... s .11,1

their various interests! Monday afternoon to attend the first l .,eei-liriiiilen'lIv'ly, and, represent.Von. 10: of the lll.JO niipnlit re- COST OF DRIVING ,.U1'"I...,....... w .1"1.1 g '.r'$
I ... for, the llij! to "" (1413 IJf
years Itlll both .iff"
had some worthwhile ideas on ",,,. : : .'
meeting. Everyone present .', 1' .
I' nmnuii.tlng- 174 S3. \ ..,. la. :1.1
this invaluable subject, and it is hard to believe that Starke !: Haiti tax certirii'tiieH I together with IT costs law to travel In on* Florida Motor Lines' luxurious new W. ,:'"'''' fra. ... f/,111 00
subsequent omitted or levied ..... .... "' 1: .
than It
will .bar doe to drive your own automobile. There a lot "' Bea.:. *'o
months henceas Mold to the
several highest I
vrfll not present a changed appearance : I .... lit 'the fourthouHe. door In ; trouble loo with convenient schvdulss. frequent departures and I'r.l"rud 3.02. ., ".1 K.1
result of the present drive. oil the 28th., day of Jnnnnry, i principal stations light,, In the heart ol town DO puking, no driving ol /'li'ce 11.11.1 I".:..
the D. 1038! ; at 11:00: orlock A. St.1'iilod ., f \" "- .1.fI\I
: Tour car by stranqors to unknown gangs no wear on your nerve or :' tl'ara 3.,q,
R. F. Clark suggested that the drive be not merely fora '. A. n this 1918:\the 8th day of Janu- automobile. Let Ibe folks enter the family car while you r*> qone and f.nmr.,' ..'-- 4.1><11 II.",.
that founda- H'J" 1(.'I A L S((0\(.) HT a* much .. 73 per cent oi your trauportauoa costs. ,,n"!....""II.,. 'I.UII N.1I.1
months but a permanent ..
period of weeks or : : I A. J. TllOilAS, .. .. I.Js
the work indefinitely. lie would I I'lerk of Circuit Court of LACY CONWAY, Agent"r n'.. x,40 1f'.11
formed to on .
tion be carry a
Bradford. County Flvrldu BEASLKY'S $E1\ J( E STATION, OfHOSllH! I ('()('1t't'110T'IF.! 0. '.....,.. ; IB 3.11f
have a long-term plan mapped out in advance ; possibly one '- 0-..t.. 11.10 :111..1.. '

that could not be accomplished immediately, but one that I NOTICK'. PF MALE OP TAX ..",...,...... ':t.fllI.:31 3.1111
( I 'IIt'I"1''':'' IqAw
I would give civic-minded citizens here a goal to work towards.Of NOTir-R is HKHEBY (LIVEN that 0 / ( 0 0 g ..: ,. ,I'",. 7..Ya S.3.1:
W. Alderman has filed with me .. _...... 1.1111
the Telegraph would nat- requeHt that the tax: certif rbrlpq :t.r."h1 .
being a newspaper, I'
course :
; ;: .
/ I together with all subsequent. oas
urally look at the beautification program from :an advertising r j .
angle. Our idea is that any work that is done or any plant a -- ------- -r

ing that is made should be uniform to the extent that the -
finished product will attract the attention of and make a ; .
lasting impression on tourists passing through here. : / '\ N --..- J
:: /
F : t cv.,.;. ..t.. UTirfifci, in famous all over trip world.. ( ) :! :' \\VLe ; : '>> "''' \ ,
or fns ante" v. ''';r 0> .0> -- -- 1' : i .< .
for a single street there that is beautifully planted on both ( I'I I ... ....\..... .... "',,...., .,," '.<\ '"' ; _,:,:,:''of'': : ". : -, I,;

r sides with Royal Palms. Likewise a stretch of highway lined > .... ". ....,+"v:., .. \Ii' ., .. '' .... '... "...l.,. ,' !
I ? ,. .,
with tall Australian Pines near Vero Beach has been the 'I .' ', : '' ''..P.., .II.,.

source of invaluable advertising to that city. And so it is I' -' '"- -- :. :: :! '''' ,X ,( es. q(; ..' 'Wi>" (-i'n
that all over the country the names of the places we remember I ... : '. ,., ...:: 'it.5t" : '
n. "
in minds with title '.. (. A. I' l
longest are those identitfied our some -i r : i. .

such aa "The Rose City" or "The Azalea City"If [ : ; :

in our beautification program, we could make some ,0-\, .

distinctive planting in our private grounds and along our T \ 1 I I ; l

highways so strikingly predominant that it would be seen and I I :--- ; /7'

; remembered by everyone who passed by, it would be a thous- : .. '
and times more valuable than the haphazard "catchascatchcan" OJ / t
-'". .' ... .
'" .
of improvement.Even ,., J
star't.. __ ''1.t ','<$ <% w J#. /
:< ,
,$ ,
if we specialize in nothing more elaborate than \ ----- "" .,.... .

petunias or black-eyed susans-let's make Starke distinctive. :: I 1' --
.ff.: :::iN : '
It will pay big dividends in the long run. ..' RHE: \1 -
M F"
: .130? : II

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i While on the subject of civic improvement we might men- '''' "': 1j __ .

tion an editorial that impressed us recently in the Alachua ,

7 County News. It asked : "Have you ever known a town for : :'A'TAi-'K"\ : : { 0" :1

which nearly everybody who knew it apologized ?" : :: 'c. ,j

4 The writer went on to say that he knew of one such town // \ ;.

in another state. "This town i is made of two classes of citi- | 't '1 -s'.I .1.-1' ., '"\ -. .... .., .... -...... .... -t' ''" .ti 't' '
zens," he continued. "These are the conservatives and the 1 BYPICTURE I

t liberals, sometimes ironically designated as the mossbacksand : : 1 : : I I I ,

the hair-brains. Each group blames the other for every I I *

bad thing that occurs to the town and for every good thing : l fi fifC
| / i 1
that doesn't occur. Both groups do a great amount of talking : I. '. _.oJr.: .. ..a.,, TitL' DAmmm rmTM1'V
{ i l
and neither takes any action to change the status quo of the I ( IU JJJi.l1l.1l'VJUJluun 1 ..1r"

rl community. Thus there is a perfect stalemate."So .

apologies for the town are profuse. Those who live : ., ...". ,. -, -5 ,1 .., .., .., --. %' \ TELEGRAPHMOTION

there couch their apologies in the form of explanations. Theyare : : '(,

? always explaining why business is nearly always bad in | 8
at the e4
the have such hard time .'
T town why people a making a living >

why the town doesn't go forward like other towns. Many :': : .. ,' ;., ., "J -, '.h ..., '1'., ... "I :'"J ., ., .., ., '"\"\, .

and diverse are the reasons they give, most of them beside ;: : : 1 I!I i \ RITZ I THEATRE

the mark for they don't see the mote in their own eyes and I
how they form a part of the hindrance that holds back their 1' h DURING THE WEEK OF FEB. 7

,, town. I,

"But the visitors and the temporary residents are more l! I) I (. I'i Exact Hours To Be Announced

'. outspoken. Their apologies are not explanations but accusations. :

{ They are frank to say that the trouble is with the I w' Every woman in Bradford County

citizenship that the hide-bound policies of those who consti- U-, '
'I i 8 1 7
I T \v has wished at one time or another
tute the warp and woof of the community are to blame. These I '
/r1 that she lived the and could
don't say : 'It's a good town but-'. Instead they say : 'It I J.: in city

alUM be a good town if-'. : : ="1 ;' attend one of those wonderful cook-

i "No fairer appraisal of a town can be gained than from ,' H7 TT."* "* ing schools. Therefore, the Telegraph -

travelling! men. They know the good spots and the rotten i1 r 1 is delighted to be able to bring

spots among towns in their territories. They have two checkson 1 I this free motion picture to the ladies '

a town. One is how much goods they sell. The other is
of this and
how well the retailers pay their accounts." I { SEE THE community

There Is much food for thought in these paragraphs, and I ( =" : I territory. Tell your friends about it,

/ while we do not at the present time have a town for which we : DEMONSTRATIONS and watch for the exact dates, which

must apologize, if we remember these lines we might never be l l | | I OF MANY will be announced later.

forced to drop our eyes and say "Starke is a good town' :) 1 1 \ :

but ". NEW AND


By a strange coincidence a few clays after the Telegraphprinted I,

the story about J. M. Alvarez, local clothing store I i

I'P owner, cleaning out his cash register and finding one of the I TECHNICOLOR -- ,

old-style five dollar bills as well)) as discovering that his register -!I KRtF"
could be electrically operated, The Okaloosa Messenger, '
: I
a newspaper at Crestview came out with the story of a business I I II Ir Iy APPLIANCES

man there who cleaned his cash register and also found

;' one of the old five dollar bills and sixteen rusty nickles. We I | r

rather suspect that the publicity given to these two incidentswPl STYLES 1

cause an epidemic of cleaning out cash registers, but I "

even it no more five dollar bills are discovered the effort will FURNISHINGS I 4a

probably be worthwhile at that.. i i :

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