Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 21, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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MAY BE USED By II. E. Lagergren ing room his headquarters. He :" ...: CAUSES PEST ;

Once when Mr. Webb had the was always half drunk, and he was fact that the front page Is ular features tied for fourth place

Telegraph, the general superintendent asked to eat raw onions, so that the most generally read part of with twenty-four votes each. They

UNTIL FEB. 1 of the "F. C. & P." (Flor- the austere Carrie would not detect 1 the Telegraph was disclosed In the were: School News, Society, Locale TO APPEAR
Favorite Recipes, and Bob
the whiskey fumes on his
ida Central & Peninsular) railway, I first returns from a questionnaire
now the Seaboard, called to take breath. Mac got angry, declaringIt Jones.
( recently sent to :200( subscribers Coming on down the line the following -
blamed business if
was nobody's
{Governor Gives 15 Days the editor to task for having poked il i selected at random from among departments are listed according Supervisor Warns Farmers
fun at the road, having said, he drank, and he then and there t
Extension At Last C. defiantly took another drink. But li' 1t : our readers in Bradford County. to their popularity In the Watch
among others things, that "F. i' of those the To Stock
Thirty-five receiving
poll: Farm News,
& P." stood for "Friends Come in trying to put the bottle back twenty-three;
Minute and Push." The dignified official into his pocket, it slipped from his t i't Inquiry have answered and It Is Russell Kay, twenty-three; Coun- For Screw Worms
that others will do Im-
hoped so try Correspondence,
fingers to the floor and was broken. twenty-two;
seated himself in old chair,
,I. COLLECTOR f a mediately so that we might have Continued Stories, sixteen.!
yi; ) HERE HAS In the sanctum and It Fumes of the stuff guaranteed
!I} only one the benefit of their advice and sug- of FIVE CASES REPORTED
Twenty out readers
to be eighteen hours old filled thirty-five -
of WhatIs
under his weight. Why a bride course
LICENSES collapsed
SOLD 609 in the
gestions making Telegrapha Indicated would IN COUNTY THIS WEEK
the rooms the printers turned they appre-
"What's the matter with this ; she doing here? Letting the
I better and
more interesting pope ciate the of local
several shades paler than milk- use more pic
know that "The
chair? asked the "brass hat" an general public
Governor Cone has ordered that r. Out of thirty-five answers tures. Fourteen would T. K. McClane,
they would be caught with goods approveof County Agent
free motion
Bride Wakes
grlly. "Oh, elucidated Mr. Webb : Up, a
motorists be given until February after all-the Nation hatchet hung thirty-two stated they read front the use of more national and Jr., said yesterday that five cases
"the same as with your roadIthas : picture cooking school will be prelIented -
1 to buy new automobile license' page news. foreign news, while would of Infestation were
been sot down on too much." over their heads like a Damocles by the Telegraph at the eight screw worm
tags The extension was granted sword! Ritz Theatre three days duringthe Second in popularity to the front not Nine requested the use of reported this week In Bradford
Saturday-formerly set as the were editorials which receiv state the first In than
page more news. county more
But MacDonald
After the Telegraph office had recognizing the week of February 7.
deadline for new plates-and was twenty-nine out of thirtyfivevotes. Among the miscellaneous Items eight weeks.
been moved to its present locationthe dire potentialities of his mishap,
made "on acount of" truck farmers walls were "papered" with with the resourcefulness peculiarto This fact was indeed grat- requested were: fashion patterns, Development of the cases, according -

1 and fruit growers. stamped tin plate. But the partof men of his trade, quickly seized WILL WARD DIES ifying to the editor and seems to and an occasional poem, a comic to Turner W. Boyd dis-
total of 601 vehicle license
A refute the belief expressed by some and Townsend notices.
the roof near Call street leaked the benzine can on the imposing sheet, more trict supervisor was because of
tap have been sold in Bradford AT BROOKERWAS publishers that "Nobody reads edItorials subscribers who receivedthe
abominably, and the "juice" in the stone and sprinkled the floor with All unusually warm weather for this
county up until yesterday, it was light wire followed the water, Its contents, and this masked the WELL-KNOWN RESIDENTOF any more." questionnaire cards are urgedto time of the year. However it was
learned check of sales In the
by a which ran down the tin plating, whiskey fumes. To the further relief THIS COUNTY FOR State News ranked third with fill them out and return to us believed that strict control of the
office of C. A. Knight, tax collector
and in charge of license tag charging it, so that, on touchingit of the force, he gathered up LONG TIME twenty-seven votes, while five reg- at once. pest at this time of the year will

ales. sales haven't started one received an electric shock the broken glass and lit out- eliminate a greater portion of the

"Tag" An Iron safe was bought and presumably in quest of a bootlegger. William Jefferson Ward, 08, insects at a later time during: the
good yet, said Mr. Knight when
asked concerning future tag sales. placed so close to the wall till it The country was saved. Yet widely known resident of Bradford BIRTHDAY BALL AND SPELLING BEE spring and summer.

As usual, very many persons do I also became charged. On the safe. after alt the painful apprehension, County, died In his home at Brooker The county agent warns local.

ty first principle the editor ad Carrie Nation did not have the January 9, following a hemor- farmers and stock owners that
not their license untll1t..
buy tags
"either get a tag or go to jail or monished his assistant to unlock Telegraph office on her calling rhage of the brain. Funeral services TO BE HELD NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT pine tar should be used when goats

put the car on blocks." the safe door as soon as it beganto list. were held Tuesday afternoonat cows, hogs and other animals are

rain, thus allowing the door, If the New Hope Baptist church being branded or castrated to
Passenger! car tags by far exceed -
the sales of truck and trailer need be, to be pulled open with a In 1913 one Mr. Dodge was the of which Mr. Ward was a mem- avoid the injection of eggs from
crooked stick of wood. The door ber, with the Rev. J. L. Norris files that later will result in
licenses 461 assistant editor of the Telegraphfor cases
having been Issued to Committees Named To Thomas and Wilson 'Will
car owners here, while trailer and could again be locked by means of a short time.! He and his wife officiating. of screw worms.

truck sales were ten and 138 respectively a well placed kick. came here from Indiana, where Interment was In the New Hope Help Put Party Over Choose Up Sides Mr. McClane said: k

Mr. Knight said. turkeys are fat and staid. Mrs. Cemetery following the funeral Bradford
In Big Style In Match "Many stockmen in
Once the redoubtable Carrie Na- Dodge persuaded her husband to services.
County In the last few weeks have
tion made Starke a visit. The Tel- give the Starke people hail-colum- The deceased was the son of the I
not been tar oil a'I
DURDEN NAMED force The following committees, t o Bradford County's Birthday Ball using pine as
egraph fearing that she bla for starving their turkeys, also late George and Sarah Ward and

GAME WARDENASKS would cull at the office, was on for not clipping their wings, but was born in Hillsboro County, Oct. assist In making the Birthday Ball for the President, preceded by an :I felt repellent that for there the files were because no screw they

tenterhooks and everything was allowing them to all for the President a success here I old-fashioned spelling bee, will be
fly over 23,1879. He was educated in Brad- I
about However, the discovery
COOPERATION OF done to make the printery look as country. But the Telegraph was ford County and In 1900 was mar- next Friday night, were named held Friday night, Jan. 28. at the worms of the above-mentioned

SPORTSMEN IN CON- solemn as if covered with a wet spared the humiliation of a' misguided ried to Lillle Zola Holbrook, and yesterday by E. L., Matthews, gen Woman's Club.When I five cases throws a new light on
SERVING WILD LIFE blanket. At this time a tramp eral chairman: it was announced last
editorial when Mr. Dodgewas to the union was born nine children the matter. We know that we do
Ticket sale committee: Elmo I week that a spelling match would
publicity man named MacDonaldwas
A. A. Durden last week receivedhis having a write-up of Hampton credibly and informed that turkeys all of which survive their Struth, Dr. H. B McLendon, D. be held, the chairman thought he I have screw worms and the best
turkey buzzards were father. Mr. Ward active
was an ,
time them and
commission to fight prevent a
as conservation of- and he P. Carpenter Mrs. W. B. Mundy, was doing something exceptionally
printed, made the compos-: different kinds of birds. progressive farmer all of his life. summer la
ficer with the State Game and Jr., Mrs. H. H. Young. old-timey. But It now turns out heavy next
Fresh Water Fish Commission and Surviving the deceased are his u__ [I I right NOW.
Committee on Decorating. : Mrs. that spelling bees are all the rage i
entered upon his new duties Mon UNIQUE IDEA LEE EXTOLLEDAT widow: three dens, Richard of I L. D. Vining, Mrs. C. A. Knight, among the society big-wigs In New ]I "The heavy rains In the early

day. He stated that he did not Safety Harbor.ViUIlp, of Brooker, )[I'S. E. L. Matthews. Mrs. O. L.. York so Bradford County will be part of November drowned many

want to be unreasonable with anyone AT GROCERYTIP ROTARYJUDGE and Henry of'San Antonio, Texas; Beasley, Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. right up-to-the-minute. In a recent .', of the Screw Worm larvae that

but Intended to see that the TOP WILL GIVE FREE SEBRING PAYS FINE six daughters Mrs Ruth Willis of Jos. E. Wilson. column, O. O. McIntyre said I were la the ground and the fol-

law was enforced In this county, ITEMS WHEN ALARM TRIBUUTE TO FAMOUS Avon Park Mrs. Nellie Osteen of Ticket Sale at Door: T. Frank that almost every party along'''! lowing freeze killed most of the

and anywhere else he might be CLOCKS RING GENERAL Fort White, Mrs. Rosetta Rogersof Landrum, T. K. McClane, Jr, S. Park Ave., now ends by the guests j I rest. However, from these new

called to serve. "As a general Welaka Mrs Annie Bell Stuartof R. Johns, Jr., Bill Graham. choosing up aides and trying to cases, we know that all of thepr.a.

warning I want to announce thatI If you are In the Tip Top Grocery Judge H. L. Sebring paid a fine San Antonio Texas; two brothers Floor Committee: Dr M. B. spell each! other down. j were not killed and It behooves

have gone to the county judge's Saturday and happen to heara tribute to Robert E Lee at the John Ward of Brooker and Herlong, N. Sternberg, W. H. The spelling bee here will be- i stockmen to be continually on

office and made a list of all per- ringing noise In your earsdon'tget Rotary Club luncheon here Wed Charles Ward also of Brooker; one Hart, B. Jacobs, F F Stump. gin promptly at 8 o'clock and will guard to protect tLcIr own Inter-

eons who have purchased hunting excited. You aren't going deaf. nesday-the beloved Confederate sister, Mrs. Minnie Parrish of Spelling Bee Committee: J. H. be conducted by Prof. J. H. (Quiz) ests."

licenses," he said. In fact. It might mean that you General's birthday anniversary. 'Lawtey and fourteen grandchil Benson Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Benson who promises not to give .-- -

Feeling that the average personIs i tire o eI the lucky ones to win Emphasizing the fact that who dren. Mis. N D. Wainwright, Jr., Mrs out words like phthisic and ratiocination : -

not as familiar as he should be some free groceries.In wins the battle Is not so Importantas Active pall bearers were Guy'; Ethel Biggs. Mrs. T T. Long,, unless it becomes absolutely ( W.P.A. CONTINUESTO

with the game laws, Mr. Durden I his advertisement in The Tel- how It Is fought, Judge Sebring Harrell N. G. Hayes Arthur Ed- I Captains for spelling bee: Jos. necessary to put an end to the GIVE AID

issued the following statement: egraph this week, C. H. Naswor- said that, judging by the standards wards, Purvis Ilaren, Malcolm E. Wilson and A. J. Thomas. match so the dance can begin at
"It Is unlawful to hunt birds, or Harrell and Vasco flaxen. Honor- :30. of the old "blue DATES FOR VARIOUS COMMODITIES -
thy, owner of the store, announces of the world Lee was a failure, Hostesses: Miss Ruth Stern- 9: Two boys \,
any other game, large or small, a unique plan that is bound to but he "failed with grandeur." ary pall bearers were T. B. Edwards berg, Miss Madge Middleton, Mrs. hack" days, Arch Thomas and Jos. LISTED BY

without license. County licenses prove exciting and attract large He placed Lee above the other Wal Crews, J. V. Edwards, Jeanette Kincaid, Mrs. D. p Car- E. Wilson, will captain the teams :MRS. RAYMONDMrs.

only permit hunting In ;your own crowds to the Tip Top. generals of history: Sr., Wade Harrell, Bill Gainey and penter, Mrs. Charley E. Johns and choose up sides To make matters
county.: It Is lawful to fish in Dun Shaw The Wilson Funeral Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mrs. H. C. even more Interesting a cash Ruby Raymond, Commodity -
On Saturday he will set alarm Alexander, Wellington, and others,
your own county without license Home of Lake City had charge of Ritch, Mrs. K. G. Duncan Mrs. L. prize of $2.50 will be awarded to Supervisor Bradford,
clocks for secret hour because he said had
some duringthe they oily the
Union and Baker counties
but not elsewhere. Licenses announced
are required the .
arrangements.Spivey A. Davis, Mrs. Edward Burns, Mre. the premier speller of Bradford
love of
within the morning, and also during the victory in their hearts, that the days for the distribution
age limits of M F. Brown, Mrs. W. B. Sewell. County-la other words, the one
while Lee
fifteen to afternoon. When the clock alarms, had a true love of God of clothing to certified
sixty-five years. Chairmen for surrounding communities who stands up longeat.Bill .
who Is in the tore in his. To SpeakDr.
"Bag limits for one day are fifteen any person Boiwell and his well-known relief clients here will be from
were appointed last weekas
and is actually making a purchaseat ---. nine until twelve o'clock on Tuesday -
quail or doves. It Is Ludd M Spivey, presidentof follows: Lawtey, Mrs. a. W. Jacksonville orchestra will furnish
that time will the article
also unlawful get Plant City BerriesTwo Wednesday and Friday mornIngs -
to bait
field for
any 'he Is buying free. Sounds interesting Southern College at Lakeland Roberts; Hampton H. V. Saxon; music for the dance which will
birds with corn, wheat, grain, or freight cars of strawberries will speak at the Methodist Church Brooker Ressle Colson; New River. start at 9:30: and last until the of each week.

any other food or substance. It doesn't it? Listen for the were loaded out of Plant City last Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Dr. Millard L. Johns; Graham "wee sma' hours" | Food commodities are being distributed -

Is unlawful to discharge firearmson alarm bell! week, and It is expected that refrIgerated Spivey Is well known as one of the Mrs. C. B. Roberts Admission Is $1 a couple for. by several local stores 01

Sunday at game or target. In .-- express car shipmentswill foremost educators in the country .--- those who also come to dance, and the second and last Thursdaysand

the past there has been quite a bit Rattlesnakes whose fangs have begin In a few days. Prices and It is expected that a large con The operation of your car at twenty-five cents for those who Fridays of each month, This

of hunting on Sunday. This Is been removed, will grow new ones have ranged all the way from thir- gregation will hear him here Sunday high speed tends to reduce the take part only in the spelling bee I does not apply to shortening,

strictly a violation of the law, andI In about two weeks, it is said. teen to eighteen cents a pint. fineness of any valve adjustment. (Continued On rage Eight, I which will be dispersed from the
hope to have the cooperation of -- commodity warehouse Saturday

sportsmen In this county, as well January 29.

violations aa other citizens to a close.In bringing all CLEAN-UP & BEAUTIFICIATION DAYS -- JAN. 23 TO ''FEB. 5 pounds It was of also dried announced apples had that been 2,350 received

"The game and fish of our coun- here for distribution to relief

ty and state are a big asset to the clients. The distribution

people of our county and of Starke. be made on Jan. 27-28

Cafes, filling stations, ammunition Mayor Issues Proclamation K. F. Clark Is Chairman Mrs. Raymond said that a wordof
places have all enjoyed a nice bus-
mesa from the sportsmen. Please Asking Co-opera- Of Permanent Improvement appreciation should be given
those In Bradford county towns,
read the laws carefully and let's
tion Of Public In whose stores these commoditiesare
all respect them. Program
being distributed without compensation
"I have been appointed conservation -
r She suM that all of the
officer for this county and y
merchants who are given the commodities
will greatly appreciate the sup- In observance of a special cle&a- The second meeting of the beau- for distribution have co-

port and encouragement of the cit up and for the improvement of tlflcatlon committee was held at .
in fine manner.It
operated a very
izens and sportsmen, and with the appearance and sanitation of the Woman's Club last Friday aft

your help I will make Bradford the town the City Council has ernoon. It was reported that many was announced that In Starke

County a good place to fish and designated the period from January t residents hud already shown a fine the S. R. Johns' store and the Su-

.hunt,in during open seasons.: The.sheriff's 23 to February S as "Clean-up spirit of cooperation by cleaning wnnnee store distributes! In Law

office has agreed to cooperate and Beautification Days" !in up their yards and moving( unsightly tey, the M. B. Plummer store,
Brooker Cclson's store, Hampton,
with me In ,
every way in Starke. F objects. Plans for plant-
J, B. Jones and In Graham, Rob
enforcing the game laws In this Mayor T..Frank Landrum issued -. !rig parkways and highway shoulders -
erts' stole
county. the following proclamation: with petunias were discussed .
r -
and efforts will be made to obtain
"I T. Frank Landrum, Mayor of
AbsentMindedHe seed for this Births
purpose at a slight
the town Starke,

sat on a street corner 'wait- apart and proclaim the days designated cost. Mr. and Mrs. T. L, O'Neal;,

lag for a ride. A friend came'vho above as "Clean-up and A 5.e R F. Clark was appointed Starke, girl, January 9.

borrowed several weeks ago his Beautlfljitlon Days" and call chairman of a permanent General Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews. Law
brace-and-bit, returned It and talk- t Beautlflcatlon Committee to sponsor -
upon all\ residents and property tey, girl January 11.
ed for a few minutes, The latter of cleanup
a long-time program
owners of the town to clean up Mr. and Mrs Frank C Woodworth -
left, later came by and saw the and improvement work. Mrs.
all premises occupied or controlled ,- / l Worthington Springs, girl,
returned article laying where he L. A Davis was chosen to head
by them, removing all werds rubbish January 6.
bad returned It to the owner several the committee.and .
Parker Doctors
uselessof tumbleddownhereby fencesset Mr. and Mrs.
minutes before. The loanee It was decided to have weekly 7
unsightly buildings, placing Inlet, girl January!
was gone, forgetting to take along the.same rubbish where It can be t meetings until the present pro- Mr. and Mrs. O. P Wadsworth

; his brace-and-blt. Now the man picked up and hauled away on a ( i' gram ls well under way. and a definite Jr, Hampton, boy, January 8.

who originally borrowed the tool truck that will be furnished by the l plan for the future has been Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Noegel,

Is seeking to contact the one who city. Hauling days will be Thursday adopted. The next meeting will Starke, boy, January 13

befriended him la the first place, and Friday of each week men be held this afternoon (Friday) at Mr. and Mrs. General Lee Lester -

and wondering if absent mindedness 3:30: o'clock. Representatives from Waldo, boy, January 15
Ian t a little less than an asset tioned. No free hauling on other _every local organization are ask Mr. and Airs. Elmer Moseley,

days." a ed to> be present. Middleburg. boy, January 1S.M ,

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S NOTICRNotice See !6 TI. 53. R. J 12, conteinitig TI,,- taxes to he sold are evidenced lto'rlCIl or APPMCITIOV DI.IdlJ FOR 'Ida County to-Wit.of Bradford State of Flor-I I all Said subsequent tax certificates omitted together or Levied with In tlon my for office a tax and has maI. .apui .
"'AX deed
: .t, ) l Is hereby given that QeorgF. Acres mor. or less by ,ifitlfkates Nos 2tt8 and 900 of ( nut fto. in.i 13' Acres off SW Cor of NEVi taxes Wil be sold ti> the highest thereon Said I I. ,I
t$' Gary and William B' Deei Ing ml The taxes to ,, are evidenced 1IU1 and 1933 rcspei tlvoly. and rep- NOTICE H..at. GIVEN, That NKV4 ,v of Road & 8WV bidder the Courthouse door In the certflm.t" ambi" < '
- ancillary Executors of the Estate olAaiitln by certificates Nos 109 and 275 of i.(.Mc nt the unpaid taxes for tho. holder of Tax Certificate NEVJ & HI V. of NJSVt Except 7 Starke on the 21st., dny. of January the folowlnl 4e''I'lh.d! prnpem

Cary wil. on the 6lh$ day of IfiflO and 1933 respectively, and represent years I 1910) lo 11:17.): lioth I Inlu.lv. Cecil R. loor.. lusuml I thi' 6th.. day Acres off Side Heo. 10 Tp. 7 A. O. 1938 at 11:00: o'clock A. :M. to-wlt Bradfoid. Mini' ,,;
' i i to lion 12. K. the taxes for the years 1929to amounting to $ D has filed same W. R II E., Acres. Dated this the 1st. day of January 'lorld.
1'.brulry., 138. Judge of Brad- 1937 both Inclusive, amounting ALSO: $'< of NE'/i' A S'4 of In of August office, A.a 'dlI9 made application Tlio, taxes 11 bf sold ore evidenced A. I>. 1938. North..l, Quarter of No.tl '., t

ford County. at 10 o'cluclc A. M., at 10A'l 50. I NU '; &N'{| of :ld.4'! Sec 9 Tp. my for be Issuedthereon. by Nos. 216 and 37 of (OFFICIAL BEAD Qua.t'r lerto' v
; his office fnr discharge aa aald exeoutors : I.ot. 35 & DO In Wood- 6 8. 22 E., I' having filed our final accounting la wn. Sec. I 15 '",. 1 S R 22 13., Acres, inure or I... the following de"erlh.d pioperty In 138 Inll\hl re..tctvely.tIX.B for the Cleik of (Circuit Court of twenty-One East, Contalm'>".
and vouchers along withapplication 20 more or tnxex to In', sold are evidenced I Acres, more or less
(onl.lnlnl A're. I 1'h. the County of Bradford, State 1929 to L> Inclusive Bradford County, Florida. The
of y.ar. nf
fileUEOROE 174 and 1)13) axMessmemt the
now )I. In ccrtiriuites Nos. to said *"< .
_ V CAR Y. The. taxes to be soli are evidenced 1H2S and. 1113. resIe'tiveiy I and represent : Florida South Half to-wlt of Northwest Quarter 'L"nlnlnl: NW tU9..7.KWVi! Seo. 111l 1-1-3t-I-2. ertv under the said certlfli-ni,.

m..H'ulor. bv <.sri If'ala. NOB 807 of 1933 re the unpaid taxes for they of Noithnest Quarter except >:I'S. n. 21 E, containing l 10 i-v 'run ('Ilt'I'IT ('1)5 ItT OP TIlE sued was In the lame of J. P p .

; _1-7-41-1-28._ _ _ _ _ ."" represent the taxes .,ars 1927 to 1937 both Inclt.lvo., Five A.re. In "North' East Corner .'r.. more or lessTli :.lfat"1 JIUHItlIHCIIir, OPI Inle"l said certificate shall i I",
for the years 19.13 to 10.17. both In- amounting to $63454 and A're. in Houth ,. taxes to be sold are evidencedby ] S'I'lI PI.OIIID4. lAM \ I .."' accordlnl to l.w. '11,,
NOTH'H Of HAI.K Of TAXNOTICra'ls'VlEltKBY'uIVBN elusive amounting : CO, ALSO: NKU' of NEH Sec. 9 Tp. West Cornel of North Half of certificates Nos 219 and 88 of ) Poll till 0' ('OI VrYl ; property. therein wl, I "
3 II.lI'l'lIl'ATEa: that ALSO: LOTS 44 In 6 14. R. 22 E, containing 40 Northwest Quarter of NorthWest 19.10: and 19.16 r..I'.ctvely. and represent '> t'hiA'SI'E1i1SPlICIAL. Fun. to (ha highest blddei lt ,
: Woodluwn S.c. in TI. 6 S. R. A'e. more or less Quarter In Section Twenty'I" the for the f court house door on the flrM! ," _
unp.ld ,
Mrs. Beulah Kelly has fled withy 22 n 40 more to be sold are evidencedby SouthHHIIKH day In the, month of
contalnlnl The taxes Township Eight yeuiH 11129) : both Inclusive TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT I Fel'u.ry. Hi ,
P written request that th. subsequent certificates -- or" Ie.. certificates Nos. 174 and 913 of Twenty-Two East Containing amounting to $0828 Nt'M 141.311 E1UHTEE.VOF which this ILl., l ehrlll,,v:

together will all held The tuxes to be Hold are" evidenced 1928 and 19J3 respectively and. represent S.v..en Acres, moreor Said, tax celt Icates together wll COUNTY I 1918.
omitted or levied taxes bv certificates Nos. 1134 of 1 It J.I respectlvely. the unpaid taxes for the less all subsequent omitted or nHAI"UII Dated. tills 2 Int. day of Dp. H.
I by the State be advertised and sold and represent the unpaid years 1927 to r>17, both inclusive, The assessment of the said prop- tuxc-B will he sold to the highest Petitioner I 1 I h., 1931.O'l'ICAL.
to I the highest bidder for cash ae I, taxes for the years 1932 to 1937. amounting to 10695. arty under the said certificate is* bidder nt the CnlrthOul. door In -VS- ( SEAL)

provided by House Bill 846 .of the both Inclusive amountn" to "00.91. L.ON: of NWV, 11 Ti,. surd was In the name of Chaa. Rcot. sturke in the day January STAT1J OF FLUHIDA.Rupold.nt, J. THOMAS' ,
1937' acts of the Le/lalatur. uponlh. ALSO: Lot 'Voodl.wn. 88. It ; E, I"nci. 80 I'nlBHS said certificate .hal 1918, at 11-00 o'clock A. M. Clerk of Circuit (Coin I '

following e.tat. Sec. ID Tp B S. R 22 K. containing Acres, more or lessThe redeemed, according to the Dated thin the 1st day of January Bradford County Flonilu
In the County of Bradford State o 10 A"re. more or less. taxes to be sold are ..ncedby property described therein: will 1 be 1":1.OFFICIAL: NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS AND 1.24&t1.2.
"'Inrld., to-wlt : The taxes to be sold are evidence* certificates Nos. 178 and 923 of sold to the highest bidder at the ( SEAL) CITIZENS OF SPECIAL TAX l
KV4 NWV of SE'1 of SWViSec. 'bv certtlcate. No. 636 of 1933 re- 1928 and 1933 r..p.ctvely. and represent court house door on the first Monday A. J. THO IAS. SCHOOL DISTRICT NUMBER lO'I'I'E OP *APPLICATION!
1 ; 26 Tp. 6 S. E., containing .p..tvely. repiesent the un- the taxel for the In the month of February 1938 Clerk of Circuit Court of EIOHTFEN 0 I" BRADFORD TAX tildidl)

I Acr. more or Ie... for the years 19.12 to years 1927 to 1937. both Inclu.lve. which Is the 7th., day of February' Bradford County :I'lorida.tl'3t121. COUNT: FLORiDA: (S ennt. Illll N.. IllS) ,
The taxes sold are evidenced 19:17. both Inclusive, amounting to I amounting to $191.71 1938. I I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Thl\
hy certtl"al. No*. 214 and 1052 of $25.84. ALSO: SK'i! of NE% of SEViSec. Dated this 21st. day of Decem- You and of you are hereby Cecil R. Moore, holder of Tax

" 1928 respectively and represent ALSO: WK, of W 22 Tp 6 S. K. 22 E.. containing ber. 19.17. NOTICE OF 'RAI.K OF TAX notified t .a"I sworn petition has tlflcate No. 376. Issued the 5th., ,i ,
" the taxes for the years 1927 8WV4; Sec 22 Tp. B"stRr 22 ; 10 Acre. mote or less. (OFFICIAL SEAL ('IdIITIFICATESNOTICE been filed In the above named Court of AUlu.t. A. D. 1929 has filed saint

,.' to 131. both Inclusive amounting to containing 10 Acrel. The taxes are evidenced A.: J. THOMAS IS HEREBY GIVEN that and cause by Special Tax School In rce and has made appllra
: UO. ,less by centrum! Nos. 1024 of 1933 respectively Clerk of Circuit Court of Footer Slil Smith hal filed with me District Number Eighteen of Bradford tlnn for tax deed to be Issued
r, ALSO: SEVi of SWVi Except The taxes to be sold are evidencedby and represent the unpaid Bradford CountyF">r" ". written request that the tax certificates County Florida ..eeklnto vali thereon. Said certificate embrac i

Itt of NWV of SEVi SWViSec. certificates No.. 672 of 1933 re- I taxes: for the years 1932 to 1937, 1-2-5t-1-2. together with al subsequent date and confirm an Issue of re the following dencrlbed property i I
< 25 Tp. 8 S. R 23 c., containing ."eclv.ly. and represent the unpaid loth Inclusive al0lltn" to 19.33. omitted or levied held by the funding bonds of said district In the the County of Bradford State r
I I 36 Acres mor. less. f.r the y.ar. 1913 to 1917: ALSO: 13 A jxorirn OF ,RALH OF TAX State be advertised, and sold to the aggregate principal amount of $21- Florida, to-wlt:

The taxes to bo are evidenced both Inclusive amounting to $4023 SW', ofV'j, Sec 23 Tp. 6 S.U IttHTII'ICATKSNOTfCra highest bidder for cash a. provided 000.00, to be dated July 1st, A. D. Lot Three (,f West Half of
by certlfl'ate. NOM. 343 of 1934 re- ALSO: Ett of NVi of NWH 22 K. containing 1 Acres IS HEREBY GIVEN1 that by House Bill X4A the 1937 19.17: numbered 1 to 42 both inclusive Northwest Quarter In Meet lor,

I ; peclvely. and represent the taxes NK'-i' Sec. 23 Tp is. II 22 ; more or less Mr*. F. IL Long nan acts of the L."I.lature. upon the each bond In the principal Thirty-One, Township! Seveii
r. year. 19.13: to 1937 both Inclusive contalnlnl 15 Acres, more The taxes to be sold are evidenced written request that the following de."rlbed estate In amount of $500.00, and, two of said South Range Twenty-two East I

amounting to $50 26. ... >y certificates Nos. 317 and 1045 of ..flies together with al letxwtm the County of Bradford, State of hondl maturing on the let day of f'nntalnlnl Ten Acres more or
' ALSO: j.of SEVi of NWVi & The taxes to be sold are evidencedby 931 and 1933 re..clvely. and rep- imlUecl or levied Florida to-wlt: July' each year from' July 1st, A.
HW'/4 of t of NWVi Sec. 2 "",'lflcalp. Nos. 234 and 677 of 'estnt the .. for the jtate be advertised and sold to the I N'V'of NIV& NEVi of MW'; D. 1938 to July 1st, A. D. 1958 both The assessment of the said prop

: Tp 6 8. 22 n, containing. 1931 re.pectvely.. and. represent ,ears 1930 to It37: both Inclusive, i ilghest bidder for cash a. provided & WA of & SE'i Inclusive, to be to ertv under the laid certificate InBtHd |
Acres more or" less the to".. Ih. em I'ljOIt. to $52.87. jy House Bill SI)8 of the 1937 acts of NWVi & WV4 0'8 JtoL Std authority of (' at'15V7' Acts of was In the name of J. P. Pot. .

1 The taxes to be sold nre uvidcnced I l')17.) both Inclusive, amounting ruunlnl: Tom 241 f 3 In W ofHi it the L."I.lature. upon the followng of SWVi of Sec. Tp. 7 S. R.t IUJI, Laws of al oth.r applicable Inle. said certificate ahal ;I

I. r' by curtlfliates No. 1048 of 1933 respectively lo 151 47 ; Coy .f Lot 8 Hlk 1 Run dp"'rlh.d r.al estate In the t 21 E, "ontalnlnl 300 Acres, laws, and pursuant resolution accordlnl to the. .I
nnd represent the taxelfor Al,140V 6 Acres of NVj of more or of the property therein l>.,
: N 105 22U. ft, S ft to ounty of II'adford. State of Flor- I Board of Public Instruction sold Itl : ,
I the years 19,12 to 19.17 both In- NWM of N13' ISec 23 Tp. 5 SH Cull /tl\3 ft to Beginning, da to-wit: Trio tsxes to "..ol are evidenced for the county of Bradford to the highest bidder tin
ClU8l\i. amounting to $65.42. ZZ K. containing: 5 Aiies.: of Starke, Sec bv certificates ? and 173 of State of Florldu, adopted November court house door on the first Mon <,
Lots '8
11 Ex N 10 ft ofLots day In the
" ALhONljt: of NWVi Sec : Tp. more less. Orl"lnal 8 S. K. 23 U.Hie .. 1930 1934 respectively, and rep 1st, A. D. ElI, for the exclusive month of February, li's, i
IS. R 22 E, j:5 80 The taxes. to be sold are evidenced to lie sold are evidenced Addition 9. 9il\I C. N.In J. Jones of nntlh unpaid taxes for the purpose of refunding all except which Is the 1th., day of } ,'ua"' .. I I I

: Acres more or I.. >v certificates No. 240 at 19:: reb y Irx Nos. 1075 of 1933 re- W(4( W St.. SEVi Sec. year 1954 to 193.) both IntI.lv. $14952 of the existing t Indebtednesx 1938.Duted this 21st. _
evidenced of
The taxes to be are and un- 2 to of said district and day Dec "n :,
and represent the unpaid
'; by 320 and 1CMU of .pe'tvely. .pr..ent 1933 to ".tth'ply. Tp. t 1. U. 2 E. amolntlnl: N'a'\ & E' of a"'u.< her. 137.O"'WJAL.
(el'UtIRle. No. .Id lox.a for the y.nr. tu txes the years 1933 to 1937, 100 SVI8 ( h"I'ean.r accruing by that ( SHAD
1931 respectively and represent 1937, both Inclusive amounting to The taxes to be sold are evidenced Sec. 15 Tp 21 31 ( bond Issue of
the taxes for the years 1930 ."Q b oth_ ,Inciutiv.amountIng. : !. to$30L.014.p.l.o. Itv cerltl".te. Vos. A9d and 394 of "n.lnln. tilt Arnratt I. or ,.111., l.r A I h IQd9.'JlrsU J. THOMAS. I IClerk i
to 19171 both amounting .,, 'id O[ 1)vvt oc uc.y4 D 193 and represent less.; n- n. n -- Y'OU'AND'EACH of Circuit Court of I
Incll.lve. ALSO: Lots 13 Except Lot 1 NE\ Sec. 4 Tp. 6 a. R. K 193 re"p"clv"ly. OF YOI.T are hereby -
10A'I!'b?lNI' Sub-DIv Town of E of < 120 Acres 2 for the The taxes to be sold are evidenced charged with notice of the contents Bradford County Florid. I
: '" of SWii Pec 25 Tp. Ry Sees 24, Lwt.y., Tp. 5 containing less or years 1929 to 1437, both Inclusive bv certificates Nos 221 and 176 of of said Petition and are here: 1-24-5t-I-2.

I S K. 23 E., cOltalnlnl 40 S II Zi 13.Tlie 2... 8 amounting to $36336- respectively, and rep- by required to appear before .
taxes be sold evidenced : 1NOTH-K
The to are OF tl.H OP
.,. Acr., more or I..B. ;I, taxes to be sold are evidenced by certificates Nos. 166 and S9S of Said tax certificates together withal Znn1h13 unpaid taxes for the the rleanf/. Adklns CKIITIFICATKI TAX I
The taxes to be are evidenced hy certificates Nos. 721 of 1933 re- subsequent omitted or Levied .ar. to 1917 both lncu.lve. Judge of said 1U-00: A. M. 'T '
1928 and 1933 respectively, and represent HEItEBY
t" by certificates Nos. 430 and 10CO of ."eclv.ly. and represent the unpaid the unpaid for the t.x.. wil be sold to the highest am."ntnl to $ .3U.I. o'clock on J.nlary lIst A. B Y. Sauc tnsh, filed IV."JI: :
U30 and 19.1.1 re.p".tvely. and represent the years 1932 to t.xe. the Courthouse door In : 8< lax.. 13. 1927 to 1937, both the tax i
the unp.ld taxe. for the both Inclu.lve. amounting to $ years 11c1.lve. Staike In the II day of January of SEV4 & % of & In courthouse St.rke, together rpqu."t with all certfleateK
to 32682. ,
years 1924 to 1937, both Inclusive.amounting : Id114 of SWVi\ NWVi of NWV4 Biadfnrd County Florida, at whirl
ALSO: NV4' of Lot 1 Town of 19iB nt 11-00: o'clock; A. M. : I ted or levied
to $129 26 Lawtey East of Ry. : ALSO: jot NI3'/4 of SEVI Sec. hated this the 1st day of January Bee. 16 TP 7 S. R. 21 E. con- time and place said Petition will be I State be taxes held by the

ALSO: "WV. of SWVi Sec. 25 The taxes to be sold are evidencedby 4 Tp. 8 .r:20 E.. .ntalnln. 31435.IOFFICIAL.. talnln" 260 Acre. more or less. dortf show cause If you I Idvert..d and sold to the
"1 p. 6 3. E. 40 of 20 Acres, less. SEAL) to .. are evidencedbY have any there h wh)- hIKh..t House cash as provided
contalnlnl 723 1933 bv
re- urtba Hill
.A ores. more or I..". c.rtflcote. No. the unpaid The taxes to be sold are evidencedby A. J. THOStAS. c.rtlf"Rtpl Nos. 222 and 177 of said refunding bond b.I .>f the 341 of the 19.17 Act
.ctv.ly. certificates Nos. 317 and 901 of respectively and validated and J."I.llt.r. upon the follow
The taxes to be sold are Clerk of Circuit Court of represent conflr..d confornity <
1933 to lug
.vldencec the 1937
years 1912: and 1933 and d. crlb.d estate In tlie
represent the unpaid taxes for the
by certificates No. 282 re.p.ctvelY. Bradford County Florida prayer set forth In I
) to 36.13. County of
both Inclusive
1829 and 1933 respectively and represent amountlnl East the unp.td ta"e. for the y..rl 1929 to 1917.: both Inclusive said t'IIt and pursuant to tin 4 Ida to-wlt.Bradford State of Flor-
ALSO Lots 1.7-3t-I-21
, : 3. yema 1931 to 1837 both Inclusive to $4S9.70 law. of State' :
the% taxes for the years 19-J8 amolntnl of Florida In suchcase I Lots 17 II
to 1937 both Inclusive amounting LawteyThe amounting to $34.00. >OTSCFI OF Htl.FI OF TAX : ( of NEVi Sec. 1 mad. and 19 20 of Blk .

to 1140.10. taxes to be sold are evidenced ALSO: WH, of NE,; of SE tKHTIFIO.'TKSNOTICE Tp. 7 S. 21 E.. containing being newspapeipublished ,. Idmpton.:! See 1 Tp. 7 S. .
ALSO: SE'i of NEVi Sec. 10 Tp. bv ".rtflcate. Nos. 250 of 1934 re- Bee 4 Tp. S S. R 22 E., containing IS Acres more or Ie... In said Special' Tax School"
8 S. R 21 E. 40 pe<. represent the unpaid' 20 Acres, more or leas. N. HEREBY GIVEN that The taxes to be sold are evidenced District Number Eighteen of Bradford The taxes to l be sold are evidencnd

. Acre, more or I"contalnlnl. I.xp. for the years 1933 to 1937. The taxes to be sold are evidencedby written Sternberg has filed with me by certificates No.. 234 and 179 of County }'lorldl. the Bradford i by ,fuitirit-ates' No,. 420 and 1449 i of
The taxes to be sold are evidenced both Inclusive amountnl to $62.48. certificates Nos. 369 and HO2 of request that the tax certificates 1930 and 1934 and represent County Telegraph, u duly qualifiednewa'paiier I 19.11 and 19.1.1: ehpACtlvely, and rep

by certificates Nos. 136 of 19JO respectively ALSO: Lot Lawt.Y lano and 1933 re"Iectvely. and repleBBtit omitted together with al subsequent the r.pectvely.tIxe. for the published, In Bradford I resent tnxes for the years 1930 to

and represent the unpaid I n of Ry In Bee's 23. 2. Z 8 the taX.. for the State be or advertised levied la held sold by the years 1929 to 1937 both Inclusive, County Florida be and Is hereby. 1917: boil Indu.lve. amounting to
and :
to the $580.50.
taxes for the yearn 1929 to 14.11: both 26 Tp. 6 a R. 2 E, years 1121 to 1437.: both IneI.lve. amounting to $7486 designated as the newspaper In I
bidder for
amounting to $54.19. hlnhest cash provided '" & N'4 of which tills notice shall be published L OLot 3O of
Im'lu.lv. amounting to $74 83. The taxes to be sold are evidencedby bv AT" SWVi of
House Rill SOX of the
Snld tax certificates together with certificates No,. 788 of 1933 re- ALSO: NE"of" NE'' & of of the the 1917 acts SEVi ONJWtfSc\ 17 Tp. 7 H. In four (4> consecutive weekly Issues 1"1 i j AI.o l known as HamItol
NWVi of NEVi SU' H of Ipll.latlre. upon folow-I 60 Acres I beginning .lanuaiy Sec 20 Tp. 7
.1 subsequent omitted or Levied and represent the unpaid, 8 Al ing estate It H.lght. .
.etv.ly. :
... will be sold to the highest the 1912 to : NWi' of NrW' & NVj d.crlbed Ie.. l.V WITNESS Ebl ve ., containing 4 Acres, more or
t bidder at the Courthouse door In both. amounting y"ar. to 1:17. of SWi'( of NEl'| Sec. 2 Tp. 8H County of Bradford State of Florida -i The taxes to be cold are evidenced hereunto set my hand lt.uaTlie.

Slui-ke, on the 28th, day of January Indu.lve.: SW'of SId", of 17.2.ALSO R. 22 "1.. containing Acres to-wit: i bv certificates Nos. 185 and 488 of I the official seal of entitled -, taxes to be are evidenced
A U. 19.18 at 1:00 oclock A. M E'i of NWVj :14 IEV 8> more or less. 1: 24 Acres In NE of NWU of PE i & 193 and 1933 re"Ie"t'ely. and rep : Court Florida at Stark*, Bradford h bv certificates .ol,155 858. .157
fItf Aerp. Cor of County this 3rd day of Jai.nary -
Dated Ihl. 8th.. day of Janu See. 25 Tp. 5 S. 22 E, containing The taxes to bu .ol are evidenced SE4 80 yds N SW.& S by relent, the t.xe. for theyears A. D. 19:18.: 3S8 and 354 of 1929 sale and ary. A. ). 1918OFFICIAL helnr 1930 to 1417. Inclusive 'I icate No. 470 of
1 Acres more or less by certificate Nos of 1935 re- 2HO W sale
: yd Sec 24 Tp. 8 y.II. to A. J. THOMAS. .
( SEAL) The taxes to be sold are ..vl.lpncedby .pactvely. and represent the un- 22 E. containing 30 Acres, an"'ntnl: NWi.$1011. Sec. 17 As Clerk of (the Circuit taxes tlvolv, for nnd the represent the unpaid
A. J. fAS. certificates Nos 7U ) of 1933 respectively for the HH to years 1928 to 1937,
T.J tl"e. years or less. : Court of Dradford County
nHr. Tp 7 S. R. 21 1C. containing 40 both
Court of amounting to
and the Incu.lvp. $10968
'. I.r'k represent unpaid 1937 Inclusive, amounting to FloridaOFFICIAL .
Bradford County. }'lorldo.:0'1'1 taxes for the years 1932 to 1937. $t4! 91.Sold. The taxes to he sold are evidenced Acres, more or lel.The ( SEAL: ) . I-I I-:1: 1-I I28.. both amounting to $2175. by certificate NOB 6.17 of 19.14 re- taxes to he are evidenced K.NH1HT I Tp. R. E, 4V
Inclu.lve. tax certificates together withal and represent taxes for liv certificates No,. 223 and 483 of & KNIGHT Acies, more or less.'nt'I
ALSO of .pe.tvely.
N'i of N'E'i of BWlt
for .
: (' ) UK MILK 4>F T.X SE'I' & Wlj of NWVi of SEVi of subsequent omitted or Levied Ih. year. 1933 to 19,17 both Inclusive 1930 and 1933 .e.pectvely. and repiesent 1-1-Attorneys t-l-2H. Petitioner.1SOTK The taxes to be sold ar. evidenced

CKIIIIFICATKNNOTICE hid',. Seo 25 'rp. 68 R 22 a.: t.x.. wil be sold to the highestIi,1.ler amounting to $71.42. the unpaid for the by certificates NOH. and 1501 .,t
IS o the Courthouse dour In Said tax certificates together with years 1929 to 1417. both Inclu.lve. lOll and 1933 ,
HEREBY GIVEN that respectively, and
10 Acres more or I[ I represent
W. 11 jdward., Jr., has filed with me that the tax .. A. D 1938 at 11.00: o'clock A. M. taxes be .eoid to the highest ALrtO: SHVJ of Sec. 2 years 192S to 1437, both Inclusive, I r
writen rel"e.t" with all subsequent The taxes to be sold are evidencedby Dated this the 8th., day of Janu- bidder 'Il-Oparthouse(. door In TI|>, 7 S R. 21 E, containing NOTICE .:n.IF.t.'T.1. that amounting to 'UI. t. _

omitted.or" levied taxes held certificates Nos. 770 of 1933 re- ary A. D. 138.OFj'ICIAL Starke, on the 2Sth day of January A're. more or less. I has filed llVEN written ALSO: All SEVi of NWVi S of
by the State be advertised and sold "Ie.tv.ly. and r.rH..nt the unpaid ( 1'L) 1911: at 11 i :00 o'clock A. M The taxes to be sold are evidenced request that the tax tlflcutes Ky B Acres & NEW of SWV
4 to the highest bidder for cash as the years to 1937 J. THOMAS, Dated this the 8th day of Jnnu- I hy certificates No,. 61 and 602 of together with all subsequent omitted & w" of SEVi of SWVi Except W

provided by House Bill 396 of the both Inclusive, amounting to 10.4.. Clerk of Circuit I Court of cry, 138.IOI"FICIAL. 1928 and 19J.1 respectively, and represent or levied taxes held by the State be 16 Acres sold to Bed.nhnulh. t..
acts of the Legislature ALSO-: Id'. of SE'i of SC'i Bradford County Florida. SEAL) I the unpaid taxes for the advertised and sold to the highest Section <9 Tp. 7 ,
19.1 following described real estate upon eDt S 420 ft 1314 A.. Sec 27 Tp. 1-11-31-1-28. A. J. THOMAS. years 1)27! to 19.17, both Inclu.lve. bidder for cash provided by containing 49 r: more or 1

r. In the County of Stale of 5 S. R. 22 E, contalnlnl 1 -- -' Clerk of Circuit Court of amr>tintlng to $ 6.81. House Bill 398 of the 1937 nets of less. I.:

.I.rldn. to-wlf: lradCo'd. Acres, more or SOTItH. OF 44LK OP T..X Bradfoid County Florida. ALSO: NE'i & ofNK'I the L"ll.latnre. upon th. following The taxes to be evidenced, :
Mitts of NBVi 6 Acres In The taxes to .sold are evidencedby 4 KIITIFH'trKM.NOTICE i-I 4ItIIS.O'i'l'H. & 'Mf of NW'INVWof { """ rell ..tate I County hy certificates Non. 663 of 1933 r.- ;
I'.pl ,. Nos 817 of 19J3 IS E',, of x- of spectively, and .
HE Cor. Sec 5 S. R. 21 ..ttlcat. re- HEREBY lIVEN that j'VI ( Bradford of Florida to- represent the tax 'n
n, 35 .,P.lv.ly. represent the unpaid A xci 1 I. Olson' has filed ) me \ OP SALE OP TIN i T> In NE Coy 8 E"-i of wit: for the year 1931 both Incluali ". I..
less.lIio.ontaJnlnl Acres mole or the years 1932 to 1937. written request. that the witl TKIII.IPIfATKNNOTICE : SEH, Seo 21 Tp. 7 S. I. 2 E, W'/ of Lots: 7 of Bite 16 Orig amounting to 3070.

taxes to I. sold. nre evidenced both Incll"lve. amounting to $39.99. i utDH together with al subsequent IS HEREBY GIVEN that "ontalnlnl 380 Acres, or I inal Town i Starke, NEVi of ALSO: 3'4' of NBV, of Except '

by Noa. 106 and 274 of At.S : WV4 of Lot 81 In Wood- omitted or levied .. held by the L. A. Wynn nan filed with me HW'i Section a lownship 6 S. 3 Acres In NE Cor V' All
c"'lt"alpl lawn Stale he The taxes to Im sold are evidencedbv R 2J E. SKVi of NVfV' N of ,
: : I Sec 30 Tp 6 8 R. 22 E, 1 advertised and sold to the written request that the tax certificates Ry. 21
resent al,1 13:1 r..I..tv.ly. 'Ld rep containing 5 Acres, more or less highest blililor for cash as provided together with subsequent h certificates Not 211, 182 and 181 The taxes to be sold are evidenced Tp 7 H R 23 E, containing 52

to 1917: .Ih.both taxe.Inclusive years 1929 The t.xe. to be sold are evidencedbv hv House Bill 396 of the 1917 acts omitted or levied al held by the of 1930 1934 and 1939 r..p"ctvely. by certificate Nos. S<1 of 1935 r. Acres, more or less.
$11561 amounting to certificates Nos. .151 and 844 of nf the Legislature, upon the following State lie advertised and. sold to the and represent the rr7:1: I 1 .pectv.I', and represent taxe. for The luxes to be sold are evidenced, -
19.10 highest bidder for the years 1920 to both Incluslf } UH: to by NOH. 570 of 1932 i1
5 Aci-ef and 19J3 respectively and represent described real estate In the cash provided Il. 1937. I c.rtlflcate. r.'-
J 1.10' In SB Cor of (' of l Iy House Bill 396 of nmotintfng to SQ24 56. to $814 96. and represent" the tnx,. i
% of NEi4, the unpaid taxes for the '"nlY Bradford State of FlorIda the 1937 acts amountnl ."ectvelY. i
IE' NEli of ALSO $3diof H
/ SEViSir of the Legislature : SW'4 2 Tp 1431, both
years 1929 to 1917: both Indu.lve. to-wlt: : follow together with y.ar Inclu.lw\;
: to :I C'om 247'4 yaids E of NW Cor lug described real uI"t.In the 7 S. R. 21 1., (ontalnlnl 40 all subsequent omitted or L.vl"d I amnuntlnr to $32.00. t\.
Cola of England. Is 'lounlni: NW'1.9:1., NE'i &NEVi I of NE'/, of NKt', Run E 82' County of ,' State of Flor Acres, mor. taxes wil 'be .<.Id to the highest Lko: NWW lIt of SW<4 Sec.". 2!
& The taxes to be sold are evidenced
credited with having sent the first of NWVi Except: 10 .\ct... E of yds S 176 yds 82Va yds, ida to-wlt: hv Nos. bidder the Courthouse door In S. R. E, coutalnlnl :;
214 and 183 of
Christmas cards. Rond on N Side Sec. 10 Tp. 6 176 yds to li.g. Sec. 30 Tp. 7 14. f.oto\ SEi/4 : Tp. 7 S. R. 1910..rtf.ate.respectively, and Starke on the 21 day of January Acres, more or less.The j
S. R 22 i':., containing 70 Acres, H 22 E. 21 nrelr 40 Acres, moreor resent the taxes for 19.18.: at 11:00: o'clock A. M. taxes to be sold are evidenced
more or less I The taxes to be sold are evidenced less. 1424: to 1917. both rrr Dated this the 1st day of January I,r certificates Nus. 368 and 479 of ".

; 'hl 'tuxes to be sold are evidenced by certificates Nos. 872 and 1503 of The taxes to nr.evidenced amounting y.nr. to $88.67. 19H .HI and 1915 respectively, and rep-

.1 hy certificates Nos 915 of 1933 re- 1929 and 1933 r.pectv"ly. ant represent by 1929 certificates Non. 13 and 509 of ALSOFrnc'l: SW", (or Lot, 4, (OFFICIAL SEAL resent the unpaid tares for the year >U
and the taxes and 19J3 r..pectlv.ly. and represent A. J 1926 to 1937. both Inclusive >
I.e.tv.ly. r.pl.e..nl unpaid y".ra to Lot & Lot B) Sec. THOMAS amounting -
BUSINESS t."e. the years to 1937 1917: both Incl.lve. amounting to : the unpaid tuxes for the g38T.f.f R. l Id.. containing Clerk of Circuit Court of to 123900.ALSO f
i> Inclusive, amounting to $122.28. $1411.53. years 1921 to 1937 both Inclu.lve. 7o Acres more or less. Bradford, County Lots 8. 4. B. a In Mc-
ALSO: NK, of NEl/' of SWl', of Said tax certificates together with I amounting ALSO to |17 62. The taxes to he sold are evidenced l-7-3t-l-2l. 1'lol'ld. Calls Add. to Hampton, Sec 30
SWH & NWVi of NW' of SVV'i all subsequent omitted or Levied : Ail SWVi of NWH or by certificates Not. 184 of 1935 re- Tp 7 H R 22 E,

, DIRECTORY of SWVi Except 100 ft. H., to la"8 wil be sold to the highest I itN6Wr.rP Lot I 3 .d2t NE<4 .p.ctv.ly. and ,'epre..nt the unpaid I JVOTUI OPI.P. OPFAX The taxes to b0 sold nre evidenced

t C. B. Bennett &S' of SW-j of l bidder l the C'ourthouse door In S. E.. Seo. Tp. 7 .. the years 1934 to 1917. (''U'I'IFI.tT., containing 48
SWV{ Except 420 ft.. Sec. 26Tp Starke on the 28th day of January, I more or less Acres both Inclusive amounting to 9595. NOTICE 1 GIVEN that'1 and represent the unpaid
6 S R 22 E ID3D, at 11:00 o'clock A. MDuted taxes for the years 1933 to 19.17 both
. containing I 18 : I Tlie taxes to he sold ALSO: N'j 8 NI of SEVi Sec. Louise Stanley has filed with me ,
are evidenced Inclusive
Acres more or less. the 8th day of January 27 7 S. written amounting to $81.43.
tll. by certificate NOB. Tp. B. containing request that the tax certificates -
: n DRINKIn ''h.taxes to Im sold are evidenced. 1918.OFFICIAL: and 185 of 1935. re- 400 Acres, tr1; less together with all subsequent ALSO: Lot 7 & 8 Blk 11 Town

:,y ,'prttleate. Nos. 279 of 1935 re- ( SEAL) .pect""ly. the represent 1934 the to unpaid 19J7, The taxes ,h. sold are evidenced omitted or levied taxes held of 23 E.The Hampton. Seo. 30 Tp, 7 S. R

I "Ie'lv.I) repiesent the unpaid A. J. THOMAS both y.ar.amounting to 5703. by certificates Noa. 239 and 192 of by the state be advertised and sold if
the 1934 to Clerk of Circuit Court of Incu.lve. to the highest bidder for taxes to bft sold are evidenced ,
'I t.x. years 19.17 Said together IH.'IO and 19J5 respeclli'eiy I and represent cash as by
Inclusive amounting to $11139.' Bradford, County ('lorl.l. .ub."nt" c..tlfl.ale.omitted or wihal the unpaid' taxes for the I !provided by House Bill 396 of the certificates Nos. 498 of 19.14 r.spectlvely .

; : ALSO': All S'lj' of N',, of NWV4of l-U-3t-l-28. lax.. be cold to the highest years 1929 to 1937, both 1U.17 ants of the Legislature, upon taxes for the, anti represent the unpnM
of wil the following described years 1933: to 1417, be 'li
I NWVi NUj of 3444 NWVt! bidder the Court house door in amounting to $41511.69. Inclu.lve'l real estate Inclusive
of NWV, W of Ry K\ 114' Ac,', 1 O"I'It'., OP StUB OF TAX Htnrke In the of January ALSO: of SEH ( In Ihe County of Bradford State of Amounting to $.12.21i.
Colored Cemeteiy Sec. 35 Tp. ( .a'.I.: t1i.s: IMS. at II ::00 ,,'2"day A. M Tp. 7 S. 111"1. E, containing 2 Florida, to-wlt: ALSO: NWV, of SE',, Sec. 31
.{ Sterilized Bottles 5 S. R. 2 E. Acre, or less.Tlia I H. A. Hlshop has filed with me arv., I 18.18.OFFICIAL. T'h1 tnxes to l I.e are evidenced I Tp 6 S. R 22 E, \\nr11 Acres, mnre or IHSS.
The I'aume That R.rr.h..sf tnxs to be sold ar. evidenced. Written. request that the tax certlflates ( 8EALA ) by certificates .olr. of 1935 respectively 10 Acres, more or les bv The taxes to be sold are evident .l'
: by ,'PI.tt..te. Nos 29 19:15: re- together with al subsequentHiiltted J. THOMAS and represent the unpaid The I."e. to be sold Dr. e'ldpnc.d 1926 Nos, 274 and iSIS f
MIe'I".ly. represent the unpaid or levied .". held by the I iek of Circuit Court of taxes for the years 19.14 to 1417, both I by c.rtlfic"t. Not. 1 list 193 re- and 1933 respectively, and r-:'.
1..a the years 1934: to I 1417, > advertised and sold to the I Bradford County, Floi'Ida. ".Itiftlve. amounting to $10.38. "I..ctv.ly. and lepresent for resent the nnpnld taxes, for tf? '
WE ARC Inclusive amounting to 114.63.AlO' highest bidder for cash as provided 1173112.I ALSONWVi: of NEVt & W'A of Ih. year. 19.11: to 11'11. both In- years 1M5 to 1917. both Inclush .'.
f PRESCKirTIONEXPERTS :.N Id'1' of NK'" of N VV Vt b>' Mouse Hill 396 of the 1917 acts N W' & I mi of El of SE'. Sec. I c'I".lve. amounting to .64. I amounting to lbs 19.
Sec. 36 TI'. 5 S R 22 E. containing If the LeglMlatuie upon the follow- |I F8O'Il'id OF at i.n OP TAX 2* Tp. 11. R containing Said tax certificates together with SW/ALSO: SI3H of NWM N'ii' "f
I 10 Acres, mole or less.11m Inl d..II.d teal estate In the C'Kill IFICTKNNOTICE 180 more or less.lh all subsequent omitted or Levied Sec. SO Tp 7 H. R. 22 K .

taxes to ',1 .nl are evidenced Cnunl l tnadfoid., State of Flor- 1> HKKKUY GIVEN that taxes to be sold are .vld.nce,11 I taxes will be sold to the hlghext bid containing I leew. 120 Acres, mole 11'
CARPENTER'S by certificates No. of 19.13 re-I I lon. lo-wl: i Mis E Oltfl. has filed with meHlllten bv crrtiricntes Nos. 240 and 195 of 'tier at the Coiiithouse door In Blark. The j
*pHctlv-plv and 'ivpresvnt the unpaid. 1. 14 nik n Rising' Addition l- request that the tax certificates 1930( and 19.15: re.p"clvely. and represent I''I ll the I let day of January 113 at bv taxes to he sill are evldem .4
taxes for the 1933 to 1917 I ItRI'k. S of 9th St. In together with subsequent tiio ,. for the :00 o'clock A. M certificates Nns, 276 nnd 1511)!) < f
TiE KF.XALL. STORE both ''n"lv. y.nr. to 2444. I NWI of Set28 Tp. 8 8. omitted or levied .I. held by the yearn 1929 to 1417, both Inclusive, Dated this the 1St day of January, I 1926 and 1933: respectively ami r' -
: NWV amr.'ltlnl SecX I It. 22 E State be ", and sold to the amounting to $339.08. 19H: resent the unpaid taxes for th /
'At.t.. 8. U. 2:1: E. ,containing 40 The taxes to he sold are evidence' I hlgliest bidder for cash as nrovicl.'il ALSO: NWVc of 14E', Sec. 29 T"|>. (OFFICIAL[ SEAL) yenrs 11423 to 1937: both Incluslt f
A're. more or ". bv certificate Nos 1226 of 19,13 respectively I bv House Bill 396! of the 1937 acts 7 H l t. 21 I IL, 40 A. J. '1HOMA9 amoiintliig to $296 16. 1
C A B I N TV O U K The taxes to bo .oM..are, evidenced and represent the unpaid I of the 1''II.I.tlr."Ion the follow Acres, more or I less.t.tnlnl I Clerk of Ch'cult Court of I ALSO: SWij, of SB', N'-j of J
I tuxfs for the ing \ The taxes to are evidenced lii-udfoid County Florida SW,1 of 14V' Sec SO TI,. 7 S. II
FURNITURE REFAIKINOLTHOLSTEKIN'O 'v urtlfiilltes No. la'l! unit NSO of years 1932 to _._ ..tate In tin ln.nJ1 i 23 E,
I"14414 and IVJ3 and repii'Hcnt but h Inclusive, la $ 131'j i ',ounty or iiradfoid. State of Florida liveiiFirte I nf leo- nnrlrepreittnt 1-7-31-1-21. containing 60 Acres mon' 5
the r..tv.ly. for the ALSO: Lots I.anluntn.. of Lot toiwltJJVi : the ''aid'-I ; for the; or less.
x'I veur19n to unpaid 1417, I.both.. Inclusive In HICor: of NE'i of NC'i2'j I '. of NE'i' W of Road & E' I years 1929 to 19:1.: both Inelu.lv. soriti OF .".,.: op 'r.\ hv The taxes to he sold are ev Idem it I
EDDIE "amounting, to Acres, Sec 29 Tp. 68. R. 12 of NWV( of NE'4' 1S.i:14: Tp. B amounting to $ t' :R'I'I"'ll' *TK : certificates Nas. 278 and 1520 r1H28
HARTMAN I ALSO: SEi; 101.10. '. Se,'. 2 H. containing 3 Acres, more or S. R. 22 E, containing 49 Acres, ALSO: NWi of S'Vr..B B NOTICE IS HKHKBY ( lIVEN. that and 1031: respectively, nnd r< i I'
Tp 6 S. H. 23 Id.:. 1\ 40 I. more or less. Acres In SW Cor S.. 29 Tp. 7 Johnle fluent has filed with resent the unpaid taxes for th '
I'lIONE 53Stern's Acres more or I".a.(onlll.ln. The tares to be sold are evidenced The taxes to be sold are evidenced S II. 21 E, containing 35 Acres written request that the tax cer me years 1926 to 1917, both Inclush ,

'1. taxes to be sold are evidenced by certificate No. 418 of I9J4 re- \ hy certificates, Nos. 293 of 1995 re- more or le8. Itlcate. together with subse- amounting ALSO to till.36.

I Hv ,.tltl'I"I I '" N. 164! 0..1 HH2 of Hpectlvelv. and represent the taxes "I..tv.ly. soil represent taxes for The .. he .01 are evidenced omlt.,1 or levied al held by : SW", nf NWV, Sec .1"
t. Tp 7 S. .
1921 al" t\U3 .e..ctlvely.I p11 for the years 193.1 to both In- y..r. ID.14: to 1117: both Inclusive by c.rtflate. No. and 537 of the adverl.ed and Hold to Acres R 22 K, containing 4i-
r 13. l more lens.
** nnpnld taxes for the i-limlve, amounting to nmounlnl to $12817. : : I."ectvely." and represent the highest bldd.r cash as provided The or
GarageZENITH Miii-i 1427 to 1917. Inclu.lve. SUM tax certificates together with AJm I. of NE" K of the unp.I" tax.. for the by Hou.e BUI 3P8 of the 1937 bv to be sold are evldem i'd e
b"tl A NE'/, N SE 1929 both certificates Nos. 657 and 445 f
mounting to all subsequent omitted or Levied y.ar. t. 1131. Inclu.lve., acts of the upon the fol
RADIOS AI.S.O.: HI 102.81, of SEH taxes be sold to the hlKhest Soc. 34 Tp. B S. R. 23 E., con- amounting to $! lowing ".J''AI.latur.estate In the 1930 and 19JS respectively, and rt r
: wil tHlnlsg l 4H Acres more or less : Sidi of 143d''' Sec 31 County of < resent the unpaid taxes for th'.
GOODRICH H.-P 3 Tp. 6 S U. 23 E. con Milder lt Ih. Courthouse door In 7\ On Tp. ""ldford. State of Flor
TIRES-TUBES The taxes to soul H years 1924 to 1917.: .
taining JO Acres, more or less. Htiuke" on the 2Hth duv of bf are evidenced 23 E., containing 40 ida, to-wlf: both Inclush
Highest Quality-Lowest FriersEASY The taxes to I be sold are evidenced l\1*. at II :00 o'clock A. M J.nu.ry. bv certificates No. !I03 and 860 of Acres, more or less. SWVt of SWt, Except East I amounting to $91.29.
l I.y csitlfI'ate 8 Nos. 162 and 893 of Dated this the Slit dy of Janu 1912:' and 1933: r."p..th."IY. and represent Th. taxes to hue sold. are evh'.ncel'by Acres & Ex. W 8 Acres Sec. 5 ALSO: NE'-l & NEVi of NVV-i
a PAYMENTS L'J2H and 19:13 r."ecUvely. and rep arT, 1018.OFFICIAL. the unpaid taxes for the c..tlhIte., No. 499 of 19.15.: re- ''I'. 6 R 23 U, 25 Sec 33 'T'l|>. 7 S. n. :23 E., con
yeais, 1D.1I to : liotli (ontalllnl taming 200 Acres, les-
resent the unpaid taxes for the ( SEAH In.II'e. represent the mnmM Acre. more or Ie. more or
1927 to 1917 both A. J. THOMAS amounting to $111.3. taxes for the years 1934 to 1937, The taxes to be sold. The taxes to be sold are eviiu I
y.r. to $97.2.J Incn.lve. Clerk of Circuit Corrt Said tax .. together with both Incllslv. amounting to 33.P2.:! bv certificates Not. .r. e.ldelc..1 bv certificates Nns. 382 nnd 1540 '
of 407
r F. C. ".\.ntnl: W'j' of SBVi & SP.l' of Tliadford County Florida.OTI I all subsequent omitted or Levied : NW.> of Nli''i & N'/ii' nf 1919 and 1933 respectively and of I 19S9 and 1913 respectively anti t I'
Hollingsworth 'l trite will be soul In the NWW 7 i""|>- resent the ''
11':1: Sec. 4 Tp. 8 S. R. ?2 E. 1-I i-3t-1-2'i. bidder highest II. Tp S R 21 E lenent taxes for the years 1928 to unpaid taxes for
at the Courthouse door In'IIR'ke 120 Acres, years 1928 to 1417, '
i 120 Acres, more vr ----__ I contllnlni more or 1417: both Inclusive both Inclui-
1,11' In the ill day of January ."ounln/ amounting to
!ieaa.The. \ <'H I $112.4S. $441.91.
Hog And Hominy 11-00: o'clock A. The taxes to h sold ALHOE'i: : of
taxes to bv sold are evidenced Notice Is hereby given Sim A. I are evidenced H..I tax certificates together with NW'-i of VW
l h Trtiba: Pitted this the lit of Janu- bv No. 249 of 1910 all Set33 Tp 7 S. II. 23 E. ruitalning
v fl'nl. Nos. I6<1 and 899 of Hodges, as guardian Otis arv. |1911.OFFICIAL. certt'ate. re- subsequent omitted or Levied
l'i2H' tlrown and t.i "." represent the unpaid 20 Acres, more or I'1-
and and Shi Drown be sold to
will t..eN tIme,
FARMS I."n the unpaid r.pecUv.ly.I..e. for rep-the I i on the 29th day of A. ti. ( A. J.SFAI.) f AS. taxes for the years lIE: to 19.11.: wil the ('olrthouB., hl/he.t The tuxes to be sohl are cvlil n >'
both hy
y"al ll to i4 31. both Inclusive 1V39, apply to the Honorable E: K.: Clerk Iel.lv. amounting to $tSs 01. Stark on the day of certificates Not 413 and 1642
: of Circuit January
Ferryman, Court of A >, of NEVi Sec. 1927 and 193.1 nnd > '
to Judge 1.0 1918.: respectively,
.m.untnl County of Mrudford Bradfoid, 3 at 11:00 o'clock A. M.
116.6. County Florida. S. R 21 E resent the h'
I taxes to. '
containing unpaid
: NE% Sec. 4 "olnty. FlorlI., for authority t-7-31-1-21. TI. Dated this the tat day of
Tp.8 H. II 2/ E.. containing 40 to .. at sale the undivided .. more or less. 1918_ J.nulry. years 1920 tn 19.17. both Inclum

D -nmark Ac..a. more or less. on.-thlrd Interest of each of said \ The taxes to he sold are evidenced (OFFICIAL SEAL) amounting to $5703
O fl< : "
taxes to I, sold are evidenced minors In and to, the de OF %I.K. OF T 'T by certificates No. 200 of 1936 re- A J. Said tax certificates togethei wall
bv ,' ., foJowlnl CFUTt.: !( iTEM: I and the T1OlfAS. subsequent Lev'
.p""Uv.ly. omitted
Furniture "rtth'at. Nos. 1118 and 898 of 'rlb.l property : rppre..nt unpaid Clerk or
Co. 192 respectively, and A, 14. C, D. F, and Lot 5, H NOTItJ : : (1IVEV that lazes for the years 1934 to 1917, Bradford Court of taxes will be sold to the hlh.
Is represent hiss County
We Are Receiving New the unpaid taxes for the Illock 12. less 20 feet written Pr."ott filed with me both Inclusive amounting to lO.3. i 1-1-3t-l-U. Florida. bidder at the Courthouse door i"Starke.
' years 1927 to !1917, both Inclualv"I n"*rosn South aide of lylnl request that.I the tax certifi ALSONV4 of NWii of en the 21st. dar of Jm

Stock Every Day. D Sure I amounting to $11265, Block 12, according to plat of Catch omitted together with al subsequent Sec 35 Tp. 7 S. R. 21 E con Appf.ir ary 1938, at 11.00: A. M. o'clock.

S I Before Buy. t I ALSO: NVi of E.* of SWi., of Ilnlp.on (ly. Florida, In Tuwn- State be or advertised levied and. held by the taming 20 Acres, more or less. :n..r 0.. X :MIOX roil Dated this the 1st., day of January
I MO I, "ee. 4 ''p. 6 St. H 2S E .j l tl East I highest bidder sold to the The taxes to be sold are evidenced (Senate UI:1: A. D 1938OFFICIAL.

a( I Ices containing 15 Acres, more or. i MUS. TRUBA 10 ER.I by House Bill 3 for)0 rash of the as 1937 provided acts by certificates and No. 201 of 1933 re- NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN lCd) That ( SEAL>
I the A. J THOMAS,
Guardian. of the .p.ctv.ly. repre..nt unpaid I It. Moore
4t-l-2l upon the follow the year. 1934 to 1c37 eel of Tax Cer Clerk of Circuit Court
log dtwurtbed real i I i N',. ill 'issued the
estate In 5th.
the both day
amounting to Bradford Florid.)
118.84. County
Ineu.lve. of August, A. D. 1929, has ,
fled same Ian. 7. 14. 11

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The rage 'round town, now, ELEMENTARY ECHOES 1
B ISTANT KniTOn-IN-CHIEF seems to be to fled a cute title for
HARRIET BENSON Events Listed I" :Movie l On Business / Week On
a song. Here are some examples:
BOriKTT EDITOR Lant's ".-ek'. Economics lit Schedule In. -
Blind Man's : Got In
fHAIUUET (DOT) BISHOP Journal Song'-Moon (Shown Ahead

"PORTS EDITOR81LL The Steak Rare. liEU FKH\V We had a lot of fun yesterday.A .
The field day which all the students had
Friday morning: we an un- Bradford High's two basketball
LITERARY EDITOR have been looking forwardto Max Baer'a Song-I Saw Stars usual, although most interesting; teams played a double-header with puppy came to school. Some
ELLA MAE MANNING W. P. A. Song-NIce Work If The Primary Assembly waa con- girls held him, they took turns.
will begin Friday at 8:45: with program In assembly. Mr. Rob- Sanderson Tuesday night at the
ducted by Mrs. Ritch'a Room. First he went to sleep, then he
Olin EDITOR assembly. In the morning there You Can Get It erts from Lake City, had the first McClenney gym.
Homing Prayer and Song.Lord's barked. him the
EDNA PEARCE Finally we put on
will be academic music and athletics Sock Into
Song-You Feet the part of the program and showeda
Bradford defeated 33-
girls were Prayer floor. The way he jumped around
SPECIAL REPORTER schedule. Picture.
on very Interesting movie which
26 by Sanderson. Our girls played America.
MIRIAM GUY made us laugh. We had to put
The for the activities for Hurricane With the
judges showed
Song--Gone a person how to stabilizehis
L- a much Improved game but Flag Salute. him in the cloak room to keep us
the day will be representativesfrom Wind. business
_ EDITORIALSCARRY simply were unable to stop the Bible Story Read by Mrs. Rltch. from laughing.
all the different schools in the Book Song-It's Written On The next and most interestingspeaker Sanderson combine
powerful as
Lullaby'sSung by girls from We are selecting the ones to be
county, with Mr. Benson acting as Your Face.
the Hon Wm.
was D. Up- usual. and
Padgett Phillips) were
YOUR LOAD chairman.For I'm Second Gl -"e. In the contests. We are going to
Gangsters Song- PuttingAll
shaw, a former Georgia for Bradford
congressman high scorers
Carry your own load and if nec- the races the judges are: My Eggs In One Basket (YeggsIn and "Dry" candidate for "ILc1lng--"I'd Like To Be An fix an Eskimo sandtable. Some
essary help the other fellow carry Harmon Morgan, Mrs. Grace One Casket). in 1932, and often called president Our Tornadoes then proceeded to Eskimo"- Billy Smith. boys are going out Monday to get

Ibis load. Then you are living up Wainwright, Harry Sapp, Arthur Sheriff Song-After You "The Billy Sunday of Congress." I defeat a fast but light/ Sanderson SingingAssembly; led by Mrs. some white sand.TeacherMiss.
Ito the highest expectations and McRae and Mrs Joyce Futch. Athletic Song-Let's Take a team 36 to 27. The Tornadoes Brown. Hinson
[standards of Mankind. If you : The judges for jumping are G Walk Around the Block. He spoke on the future of Amer- opened up their defense in orderto Rt'porter-Bernard Jordan
ica and the morals of the coming try a better attack, and it certainly TIIIKI GIt\I)EVe and Arline Dew.
[carry your burdens with a smile E. McGauley, Blanche Edwards, The Cigarette Song-Smoke;
[on your face and your shoulders 1, R. S. Turner, W. S, Sibley, and Gets In Your Eyes. generations. One of his most dras- woiked. The score was 34 \ are learning. many thing
thrown back and head up, then' Mrs. Edna Hart. Income Tax Song-All Of Me. tic statements was to the effect to 21 In our favor when the boys about the Eskimos. They live very KOrUTII GRADE NEWS

when necessary help someone by Basket ball judges are M W. Direction Song-You ShowedMe that the repeal of the 18th Amendment of the second team took over. High differently than we do and we like We are proud of our clean new

[the wayside, you are Indeed a Morrow, chairman; Mrs. Emma the Way. has been the downfall of the | scorer was Gene Long with 14 to study about thorn We have wall. We are going to try to keepit

Good Samaritan" Hill W B Wiggins, Misses Bev- Boy Scout Song-.Have You Got youth of America i i i points Torode played a fine defense made a snow house or igloo out of clean.

Don't always try to push some' erly Cady and Ruby Shaw. Any Castles That You Want Me All In all, we spent a morning, game. small blocks on our sandtable. We are making Eskimo booklets
Jof your load upon the shoulders I Diamond ball judges are I. B. to Build ? that will be and was of high economic I We really have two fine teams Some of (the boys have. made sleds and posters. Some of us have triedto

I Of a fellow next to you. lie may Cody, chairman; Miss Agnes Calendar Song-Mamma, Oh and educational value to us 1 this year, especially the boys team, and Jim Frank Jordan is workIngon carve polar bears from soap.
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[have as much as he Is able to car Knowles, Melvin Futch, E. W. Wilkinson Mama, That Moon Is Here Again u nlthough the girls' Is unusually a kayak. He Is making it out We miss Tommy Cothran and

fry. It doesn't mean he can car- and Miss Kitty Hogsed. College Boys' Song-I Still\ Love Through the KeyholeFlorida I good The boys' team has won of skin like real Eskimo boats are Ma rile Grlffls since they have been

fry your burdens too, simply befeause Leon A Gray, who Is In charge To Kiss You Good Night. I eight out of ten games so far. made. We have made some pret- transferred.

he Is smiling. Be a man of all the academic contests of the Road Song-Danger-Love at beat Georgia again Saturday i The Basketball teams of Bradford ty pictures of Eskimo boys and of We are glad to have a new pu-

and carry your own troubles and Junior High, has the following to Work night and you know why! I I J County week High of School have the Eskimo land. Here l III a story pil, Evelyn Colson.
toughest their
, fit you can't smile about It then act as judges: Mrs. Ruby Mae School Song-If It's the Last No? Well, if you had looked in the next week that Is campaign which Joyce Moore wrote without Rf'porter-Glorls. Cooper.
until the tour-
it ,3 please don't frown and try to pack Perking, Mrs. Ethel Sewell, Miss Thing I DoBeware balcony and had seen that enthu- I naments begin.To any help. Teacher-Miss Edwards.

l',"your burdens upon a sympathetic Willa Mae Hamilton, Mrs. S O. Song-The Love Bug siastic Staike crowd you would next
" ,r Sfellow-man. Just toll along and do Sheffield, Miss Melva Crosby, IIa Will Bite You. never have had to guess twice-- Tuesday In the north land there are people SIXTH GRADE NEWS
I' your best and in time you, too, Realo( Mrs Muriel Norman, Mrs. Party Song-Let's Pitch a Lit they really had yumph! Some of I have night at real Lake battle Butler with, our teums ciilU-il Kxklmos They live This week we have been very Interested
a old rival
Swill be able to smile, throw your Eva Anderson, Miss Vernn Demor- tie Woo. them got a tummy-ache later from an In Igloos In the winter and wlg- In castles and life of the
[shoulders' back, have your head up eat and Mis. Byrnum Perkins. Wood Peckers Song-Peck. too much marshmallow sundae, i! who always shows up good. When warns in the summer. It la very Middle Ages. We have been studying -

d "nd help someone that needs help The Intermediate academics are G-Mans SongLooking Around though. Well, it was worth It! ,i were they came able to to Starke our teams rold up there. Do you know what The Feudal I System of Europeand

i-- --fc tA-- In charge of Miss Mildred Morgan Corners For You. A big time was had by I nil Friday -j| get one victory deSpite their winter homes are made of? have drawn pictures of castles!
j defeat
one but we expect to
of Brooker as we think they were at that
; TIIOCGIITS FOR TIIK WEEK So for those we haven't been night, and you should have do better this time. They are made of ice and snow time.

1. There Is always room at the Primary academics are in charge able to find a title for-"Bel Mir seen those insignificant sophomores Thursday night at Alachua, our Did you know that they wear

[top, but the elevator doesn't run of Mrs L. H. Futch of Lawtey.We Blat Du Schon." jealous juniors, silly seniors I teams meet two first rate teams, skins for clothes:) ? And dogs pull withdrawn Two of our since classmates Christmas have and
feel sure that this Is + and thorn on sleds. use whale
[that high. going priggish post-graduates- which have not been They
played by us
to be a wonderful field day, and all !in kid clothes oil for tea or coffee They out we are very sorry to lose them.
I J2. One thing at a time and that Mammy Sez : an they ate lolli- this year, but we expect to win go Their names are Ethel Mae Cole-
' j done well, Is a very good rule, as want all to come. pops and fought over dolls. My, I twice. and break the Ice and catch fish man and Annette Cothran. An.
can tell. + my! to eat and. feed to the dogs. They
any Well-I'se was asked to dat kid Probably.the most difficult op- nette has entered school In Hampton
|3. To succeed, start at the bot- The I sleep on skins for beds How would
SocietyHarriet party las' Friday nite so didn't hub young are getting ponent of the three Is Melrose and we are sure she will make
" [tom and work up. to put no witch spell on it. Lawsy, "handy with the dice." At the I whom our teams meet Friday vou like to live In Ksklkmo land ? many friends! and make good

f4. Never let another do for I bunco-party Saturday afternoon, I night in Melroso. By Joyce Moore,
sho' hab
you Bishop spent Saturday my fling dat nite. I I grades as she was one of our best
[what you can do for yourself. afternoon In Jacksonville.We danced till de blisters started a you should have heard them< call- But here's hoping our teams Miss Bixldington, Teacher scholars

?5. "I can't do it" never yet accomplished are sorry to lose one of our comln on my feet. And ate crack- ing for "box-cars, "snake-eyes," |l will bring home three victories
[ anything; "I will try" pupils Rene Mae Cutshaw Rene era and drank punch till I thinks etc etc, in a very professional i each next week" so that we may mind vexes me sorely. The young Reporter- Donald agwell,
I has performed manner Juanlta's I be even more of lady has ((1)) an excellent line, (2)) Teacher-Mra. SearIng
wonders.GeorgeP. Mae left at the beginning of this I'm done popped. Congrats' to party was quite proud them than
Burnham. week to attend college In Tennes Jimmy Sewell an' Myrtlce Kill- all right-and she claims she has we are now, If such Is possible. u good. sense of humor, (3)) yumph! FIFTH tUt.VDK NEWS

------+ see Ingsworth fer glttln de prize fer enough handkerchiefs, now. I From the young lady's actionsshe Each one In our room Is goingto

Lost and Found Edna Pearce, Marian Dowling, look In de most klddlnh, but Mammy Speaking of Juanita, she was Frances Peek la not only indifferent to you, have a chapel program in the

Gene Long, and Bob Long attended thinks she looked pretty young very much surprised-and not un- I j, but finds your devotion quite a home room and the one that has

the Georgia-Florida basketball and spry herself, guess dem judges pleasantly, Sundae night at tho F- Is for Faithful to all whom she laughing matter. Why don't you the best program will receive a
[Lost-One brain; if found please game In Gainesville Friday night. jess didn't see her. Lnwtey drug store. "Shure, and knows, give her a 'un for her money?" prize.

[return to Dan. Doshla Smith spent Sunday afternoon Congrats to Juanita. She hab a Juanita's sweet smile would much H--li for Readiness to help all of Get a date with her but be distant ( Our room has been cleanest

I Found--A new way to get happyby in Hawthorne. birthday las' week and got a gob rather be seen than Miami's gay those; cool, and unattainable.. Then, since Christmas except one day.

Dot. Harold Bishop spent Saturday in of gifts, but de one gift dat makes eat beach" Ais for Amiable In all that lor at leant two weeks, don't let We have a new room, the old

J (Lost-The way to the party Jacksonville. her de happiest Is a picture of I What we are mold about Is that she'll do, her know where how, or If you typing room. We like It very much.
Friday nite. If found return to
. jJEtverett and Rene Mae. Miriam Guy spent Friday In himself dat some boy from Law- i "Woody" didn't come back, too. N-Is for Naive when she's with lire and then happen to see her Reporter-Gene Nogle and
at a dance with some one else
tey gibed her.Som' Mack Futch
Jacksonville. Another Cutshaw steals the hearts'! you;
|Lost- One date by N. T. Friday 'I
lust before she leaves, dance with
[night. Edna Pierce, Miriam Guy, Harriet ob dese gals 'round here The tall, dark, and handsome i C-Is for Courtesy, both now and Teacher-Mrs. Howard.
(Found-A Benson, Doshia Smith, Helen wen Is riding to dat University citylas' Junior has won the hearts of several the past, I her, but do not say much. Repeatthe
# new romance by Lil-
I dance several times SECOND GRADE NEWS
week" and Doshla tooks her R Is for
t lIan Dowling, Bill Plummer, Artford B.H.S. girls, but seems un- Eternity, that's as longas
Stump. Brown, and John Torode attendedthe baby sister wlb her. She and Edna aware of the fact. Wake John, her love will last; until you are sure she realizes Since It Is so cold In January we
( up
Lost-By her senior basketball gits out up town and leaves Dot Well your Indifference, then casuallyask are studying about Eskimos this
Georgia-Florida keep working and beware
dignity when she fell at the beat -
her to a show. Then month. There are lots of InterestIng -
Fran, and John in of de P (Is for keep
t game in Gainesville Saturday charge of Spring fever the teacherswon't Perfect all the live long
ketball game In Gainesville Saturlily baby. Well drives de the indifference\ I she has fallen stories In our library books
night. dey out on accept It for an excuse forbad day,
night. hard, casually ask her to marry about them. We are learning a
Lillian Mosley and Hazel Moore avenue and den de baby starts a work. E-Is for Earnest Is all she'll
+ and, brother, "The Happy Little E klm.."
you'll song
spent Tuesday and Thursday In squallng her lungs right smack out you sweep
Y New Books Gainesville. ob her throat. Den dey hab to -Peeper. ; E-Is for say;Eagerness true and her off her little feetMadam! We are drawing and coloring pictures
---+ so .
drive all de down de --- SuzzyQ.I of Eskimo boys and girls,
way avenue
''i (Bradford High School expresses Harriet Doshla Bishop Smith, Frances, Edna Peek Pearce and, back to town wlb everybody turn- Grade News K-la sublime for her, Keenness In her just returned from my vaca- their homes, and polar bears, etc.We've .

[appreciation for the following John Chalker Ing to look at dem an' find out work that's time tion. Send In your letters to the decided though that we'dmuch
' spent Wednesday always on editor and she will give them to rather live In Florida.
|book received from Mr. and Mrs. afternoon In Gainesville. who's being murdered. Was dere ELEVENTHDuring --AFurniture
,Robert Clark: "Today's Children" Edna Pearce spent the week faces red! My, yes! me.-Mme. S. Q. Kitty Hogsed, Teacher.
:t published by The National Broadtasting end in Hampton as the guest of Miriam and Edna went to de Christmas vacation the .

( Company. "Bombshells Miriam Guy Florida-Georgia basketball gameIn Eleventh grade home room was suite of furniture that was UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.

for Wets and Red" by William D. + dat popular city of Gainesville divided. Prof. GeIger in now recently removed from the officeto

Ir pshaw, and "Baptist Water and It Is thought that women were Friday, and walking to de gym, home room teacher for half the Mrs. Long's home room has I., C McCABE, President, Jacksonville, Fla.

J Methodist Fire" by William D. the world's first vegetarians and Miriam tripped ober a little J rail class known as 110 and Miss Jacobs been greatly Improved by recov-
,i T. ahaw the other half known 11J. I Industrial Life InsuranceG.
first farmers. and fell !in de sand to de amuse- as ering the cushions.

ment ob a gob of college boys. We welcome Mr. GeIger as our Sandwiches were made by some L. SXI'P, Representative

J What was wrong Miriam, was you I new home room teacher and we of the Senior girls and sold dur-
all blinded by som' good looking will endeavor to co-operate with ing the recess periods to obtain

For Expert RepairingSmith's boy, or what? him In every way possible. the money for buying the materIal. KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME

Mammy thinks everybody sho' The new officers of 110 are: The cushions were carried! to

am goln' to miss Rene Mae, spe- President, James Sewell; the Sewing Room and recovered. I SIRS. U O McCABE, Lady Attendant

I cially Everett. She am &,oln' backto tary, Alma Murrhee; secre-j This furniture has aided In makIng JACKSONVILLE, FLA. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

Tennessee today. Come back!, porter, Peggy Stanley; the home room very attrac I 4V.. 'hur..I1-"hone 6-1538 SO St. George Phone :27

J Garage to see us, honey chUe. Leaders, Betty Jo Webb and Lloyd tive.
I IVllkerson.
; Mammy thinks Lll Stump hab --+---
h Awards will be for the 0.---------... .. .....,- -.- ...-.-,----...
fallen fer someone. Her cheeks am given Madam Suzzy-Q

M 1 Phone 120 pink, her eyes am stars an' she best home room program duringthe

can be heard to say, "he am a semester Betty Joe Webb/ (Expert Aihli-p to the '.on"rn) '

J Wrecker Service Day or NightSTAEILzTy peach, he am a dream-he am de gave an Interesting; talk on "Char- Dear Madam Suzzy Q:

d captain ob our team." I guess acter Rducatlon" Thursday mornIng I have come to you for aid in 3 i

.. you all can guess who he am. a distressing matter. I've been go- \

Mammy sho' was disappointedwhen Everyone In 11G Is working I Ing with a girl who lives at Bog-

she heard dat Harriet and hard for Bradford B's. We are gy Bottom for six months To me

Mary arrn't a goin to sing ober de lorry to loose one of our Juniors, she Is the starch of my collar and

radio Tuesday after all. She sho' Carl Prescott, who Is making his cream of my coffee I had a date

had bin looking forward to hearln' home In Longwood, Fla. with her two weeks ago and as I

i dem.Has Correction: Hazel Whltehead guess I happened to be in a bad
you all heard dat new song and Edith Rowe were on the spirit that day, I got angry with GOODYEAR TIRES
= Mammy tlnka de title mus' be
Honor Roll the fifth month. These her for no reason at all---and whenI
FACE THE FUTURE from one ob done countries 'cross names were omitted, accidentally, returned home--I wrote her a SHELL GASOLINE & OILS
the but sho' likes
ocean, Mammy
last week. very sassy letter (without think- EXPKRT JtKl: '.%IH WOI WRECKER S.ERMIK
de tune. Its name Is som' thin'like We have been having some very ing twice) and told her to return

WITH CONFIDENCE Shane.dls--"By" A Mere Blst Tu helpful home-room programs late- my pictures at once which she REGISTER MOTOR CO.
had of
ly from an Occupational Guidance me.
Well Mammy bab given out ob Book. We find these programs In a few days, I received a long PHONE 103
4 agent nu talk now, o until nex' week she and
quite helpful and original. large bundle and to my
you-MC hit assistance In preparingprogram a i bIds you a mighty sugary goodbye, Of course, we won't reveal any I amazement when I opened. the
and be's good and mln' yo parents package, I find stack of
plans, but we have begun talking I a boys
thai will assure YOUR Financial -Jen Yo Mammy. about the Junior-Senior Party. We photographs Including mine and

+ I worked to make money the first I she enclosed a note saying- "Bud
7 J p Telephone StandThe semester and oh-boy, won't It be 'dy pick !It out. I forgot what you
fun spending It this semester'SEVENTH looked like."

office Is the recipient of a I Now dear Suzzy-Q, you can
new telephone stand, handcarvedfrom imagine how small this made me I I

wild cherry wood. It Is a Last month we hud thirteen pupils feel, and to realize that the girl) .

present from G. A. Hayes and is on the Honor Roll. We are of my dreams Is through with me I

deeply appreciated by the office very proud of those who had per- forever! Please advise me at once, ,I ,
force. fect attendance. what I may do to regain her love

---+ ThOM who had perfect attend- and admiration I ) '

Within twenty years since the ance last semester! were Dorothy -Gloomy

R. E. Jeffcoat, Assistant ManagerP. I close of the war busses have driven Belt, Lois Newsome, Edward Brazier I

street car out t of 434 American Alice June Harding, Hazel Dear Gloomy:
O. BOX 225, LAKE CITY, FLA. cities. Thomas and Nina Bishop. Your state sad condition of I

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FOUR ,. .
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! i FOR AC'rell. Mora or Less toss at 11:00: o'clock A. M
I NO INVITATIONS NEEDED : COOKING SCHOOLTHIS ; The taxes to be Mold lire evidenced Dated t Ma( the 16th day: ui ,lai""i.
FAVORITERECIPES hy certificate Non. 488 of 1883 re- ary 1088.OFFICIAL.
OFFERED TO PUBLIC BY [ PAPER NEXT MONTHreal upcctlvely, and represent taxes for ( SEA?.)
I. the :yearn 1<*38 to 19.17, both Inclu- A. J. THOMAS,
A welcome invitation to the wiseis workable kitchens where Mlve. amounting to 121.84. Clerk of Circuit Court of
II focictrA trained homemak will plan I AI-MO: NI'of' HBU! Sec. 25 UrndCuitl County: Floi'Ida,
ff sufficient II Tp. 7'I/ H. 21 Bant, containing 1-21-31-2-4.
Evidently The Telegraph will measure blend, mix and complete I 40 Acre. more or less
I ---- The taxes to be Hold arc evidenced :NOTKK OP" APPIITATIOTtx 1"011-
salads and
not have to get out engraved announcements appetizing cakes, pies
hy i-crttricata NOH. 113 of 11)26, re- nv.Kn
I for that reunion ol meat dishes that look, as though Orange ('like )I I xportfvely, and represent the taxed (!*....tr Hill 110... 1t1.1):
'. homemakers during the week of they could be pickedright out of Mrs A. A. Durden has a recipe for the :years 1(125( to 1991. both Inclusive NOTU'B IS HldltKHY GIVEN, Th a"
; Meeting of W. M. S, amounting to $72.37. W, II. Smith' holder of"Tax c,,, .
: Xee'a Birthday Observed Special February 7 at the Ritz Theatre. the picture and eaten on the spot. for a cake that doesn't requireany ALSO: I'IW'' of SE'4' 1'1.' .". 25 tlfltata No. 0, l issued. the 7th d.v

Here Wednesday Held Monday AfternoonA Good news does travel fast particularly Keeping pace with the bakingroasting milk but it is Just as goodas Tp ..7.,S. K. 21 E.. containing. 40Aer. of Auiiruxt A. D, 1933, has filed HUIH
; more or less In my office and has made applkii
when it is news of a gala and frying, a series of any other cake that you could The taxes to (in void are evidencedby lion for a tax deed to be |Issued
,/ Observing Gen. Robert E. Lee's special meeting of the Wom- party for the community with salads and frozen delicacies will make. The next time you are cake certificates No.. 18; of 1921:! respectively therpon. !ttnld certificate emlna ,

131st birthday anniversary the B. an's Missionary Society of the gifts with quality entertainment, parade in and out of the adaptable hungry lust try this recipe: the :yearn, .and 1820 represent to 1831 the IRX'Nfor both the the following County of described Bradford properly, Hi ate. .in.i

} H. S. had Interesting exercise Methodist church was held Mon- cheered by novelty and spiced electric refrigerator, which will reveal 2 cups sugar inclusive, amounting to UIIO,66. Florida, to-wit:
ALSO: Ely of NB>4 of SB'.i See Went Four Acres of South' One-
.: Wednesday morning at assembly. day afternoon at the church, with with knowledge.No I its boat of possibilities for 4 eggs 3A Tp.: 7 H, R. 21 K,, containing; fourth of Southwest quurtfi,) of

: and were addressed by Leon A the newly elected president Mrs. door cards, coupons, printed simplifying labor and marketing 1% sticks of butter "0 Acres, more or l less Northeast Quarter of Section 3Tuwnohlp ;
The taxea to be sold evidencedbv 7 Mouth,
are Range 21
t Gray This observance of Lee's W. A. Fischer presiding: and In- invitations, or cash will be need- and contributing to good health % cup orange Juice certificate No,.. 70 of 1928 respectively Last, containing 4 Acres, more
', birthday was sponsored by the W. stalling the officers and other ed; just the countersign of all and good food. Grated rind of one orange and represent the unpaid or less
taxes. for the 1927 to 1811: assessment of the mild
I years -
What to do with leftovers? property
T. Weeks Chapter, United Daugh members of the executive board. alert housekeepers, who are due 2 cups flour both Inclusive, amounting to 138.22. : under. the said. certificate t I.-
ters of the Confederacy. Mrs. Fischer made an Impres- to say "Show me the latest homeideas" How to take the gloom out of 1 level teasponful baking powder I ALSO: NVj of /!&EA.! Except 8Acien HUed was In the name of MallmluPrldir
laundry day How to save time, 1 vanilla In 813 Cor Acre I In on,
,/, The assembly exercises were sive talk and presented each mem- when they advance on the and teaspoonful HW Cor of Suction ID Township Unless said certificate shall be i I',<.
opened by :J. Harry Benson and ber of the executive board with a Ritz Theatre. energy temper In meal prep- Pinch of salt 7 Mouth, Huniia 22 Rum, contain-. deemed Rrroidlng to law, the prop-
aration How to be attractive in Cream butter and and add tnif 67 Acres, more or lean.The lencilhed therein will be Hold
the high school pupils sang golden key tied with white ribbon, Showing every person in every sugar laxea to be Hold are evidenced
of the to the highest bidder at the courthouse
spite rush?
How to
"America." Mr. Gray was Intro- emblematic of purity and power to theater seat the triumphant new eggs; add alternately the flour, by certificates No. 299 and 1438 of duor on the first Monday In
be attractive in spite of the daily I which has been mixed with, the 1928 and 1933 respectively, and represent the month of March, lt)3K) which I Is
duced to the audience by Mr. Benson unlock the door of opportunity 1937 Cooking School direct from the unpaid taxes for the
rush? How to make the the 7th clay of March 1938.
and made a highly Instructiveand pertaining to their office. With Hollywood, will be no problem, piecrustthat other dry ingredients the orange :yearn 1927:! to )!I'7: both inclusive, Dated this 19th day of Januai\
men love to. eat? How to juice and vanilla to the creamed amounting to U2 .87, 193H.UI.'I'ICIAr4.
she for motion has
of each keey picture ingenuity
well-delivered address some the presentation
give first-aid to fallen cakes Said tax certificate together with ( SEAL)
mixture. Bake in three layers Ina
of the points made were: "Lee wasa repeated a Bible verse suitable to joined forces with scientific home- It won't be nil ..ubHeiu.,nt omitted or levied A. J. THOMAS,
to ask the
necessary moderate oven. tareN will be sold to the highest I'lelk of Circuit Court of
to lab-
fine, cultured, Christian gentle- the occasion. Receiving keys on making produce an original questions for expert home special- Put layers together with marshmallow bidder at the Courthouse door In Hiiidfoid. County Kluildu
man-he was devoid of hatred. lie account of their work were: Mrs.T. oratory course that deftly combines Ists have anticipated these very filling wtuikc on the 4th day of February .:!I-21-5t 2 18. .

fought armed forces only and J. Griffin, vice president; Mrs. romance, sprightly humor, problems. They know what bothers +

t : commanded his soldiers to commit _E._ K._ F'errvman.. recording secretary originality and profitable instruc- many an experienced housekeeper 1 ,
n ? Mrs Fischer and Mrs r -.
no depredations such as stealing ; Miss Olvle Ray, correspondIng tionAll because It is their job to ta
: and arson. Lee's military tactics 1 secretary; Miss Amelia Ray / of the popular features of know and to counsel helpfully.And Ritch Are Hostesses \ 4
I were copied In Europe. In later treasurer and also press reporter; I the former Cooking School are the camera has assembled Mrs. W. A. Fischer and :Mrs. FREE' ,

years, when writing to his son he Mrs. A. Wood, superintendent here: The free recipe sheets, the nil that sound information-not as Jim Ritch were hostesses last FROM '* u

said, 'Duty is the sublimest word spiritual life; Mrs. H. B. McLen- atmosphere of congenial Informality a routine lecture not as a formalhighbrow" Wednesday night at the home of KITCIIKXOKl'DOKKV b'
the wise counsel the hints on "
in the English language.' Mr. don superintendent supplies; Mrs.L. demonstration, but asa the former when they entertained -
clever short-cuts, the
f' Gray closed his address by read- A. Davis, chairman Christian real Romance of Homemaking the members of the :Methodist WITH
: Ing the poem, "The Sword of Lee." social relations and chairman Circle minute suggestions for entertainIng full of suspense and charm and choir and a few intimate friends at GKKEN'S ?t tlq I
the demonstration of
s, In the name of the United Number Two; Mrs Charley E. delicious Informal chats from one-good- a buffet supper. FVEt ,
and nourishing dishes, the arrayof
h Daughters of the Confederacy Johns, chairman Circle Number modern kitchen equipment and Quantities of narcissi red japonicas -

:. Miss Olive Ray gave a short talk One; Mrs. W E Middleton, chair- the distribution of daily gifts and about the about cast?the story and what and fern were used in ,

+ thanking Mr. Gray and the school man local work; Mrs. A. Z. Adkins real surprises.All decorating the lower floor of the '

for the instructive program. gent for "Outlook"; Miss Kate those elements of fun and Some familiar Hollywood faces home where the guests were en-

y' "The Star Spangled Banner" truth, chairman baby specials. profit have been retained and all will be recognized In this production ertalned. N

I was sung by the school as a closIng During the business session, are made doubly worth-while be- which was filmed and directed In the dining room the colors of
s in one of the famous West red and sliver
number. predominated in the
Miss Struth reported that the cause every guest of The Tele-
chairs and tables in her Sunday graph will have an individual Coast studios. The heroine is a decorations The centerpiece on I
winsome bride, who shares the the lace covered table was a large
had been
School room painted by close-up of every process.
REAL Mr Harold Hickok, and thanks This scientific new laboratory of perplexities of many an older liver basket containing a lovely yes I
housekeeper. Actually the title arrangement of japonicas and fern.
were due him because he did the
Ideas has out of the
work free of charge. graduated should be "It Might Happen Here" Red tapers In silver holders balanced GREEN'S FUEL is truly] the answer to f
ESTATE class where hundreds of women
for the human,glory has universal the central embellishment. woman's It makes it
every prayer.
The program theme was "Our craned their necks In a vain at- I
1 appeal. And It might have happened The guests were seated at small
IF YOU WANT TO Glflll for World-Wide Missions." tempt to see what was happeningon In you to enjoy entire afternoons away
right this community. utility tables which were made from the kitchen at the time insur-
Pledge cards were distributed and the stage, or assailed the lecturer same
| BUY SELL OR RENT Numerous nationally known unusually attractive by the use of
pledges made for gifts for the 1 with plaintive cries: "HoldIt firms and ing delicious, well-cooked meals. Ask the d
progressive merchants a single japonlca In the center.
I. SEE US- coming: year's budget which was woman who uses GREEN'S FUEL.
up high, where we all can see. from, our own community are join- Those enjoying the supper with ,

WILSONREALTY raised I ten per cent. Now the camera will make the ing with The Telegraph in making the hostesses were Judge and Mrs.

Mrs. A. Z. Adkins accompanied course truly fascinating and valuable the entertaining school available. I A. Z. Adkins, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Already many modern kitchens in Starke are equipped with

t CO. oy Mrs. H. V. Knight, sang "My with remarkable close-ups of They promise a dally harvest of Long Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng this clean, odorless, non-poisonous gas that saves you money 'r.

r .. .. .. Task," as an Impressive ending to each process In a series of model generous gifts and surprises which Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Mrs. N. D. too. Why not let yours be the next? r

.. .. ." his interesting meeting conveniently equipped kitchens; will be distributed In addition to Wainwright, Jr., Mrs. H. B. Mc- .:
----- the useful recipe sheets. Lendon Mrs. Jeanette Kincald Costs Less
Mrs. F. H. Long Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Than One Cent Per KWH

r- Fish J. H. Benson and Jim
Fry Monday Night ;:

Honoring PromotionsThe Ritch. ; DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME: BY

S. R. Johns FREE RELIV'ERY spacious ,side yard at the 'Officers Of Women's Club] I GREEN'S FUEL CO. GAINESVILLE I

PHONE home of Lt. T. T. Long was the I I Give Successful Benefit PartyThe I
scene Monday night of a bountiful Mpr.

fish fry supper given by the local officers of the Woman's I

unit'of the National Guard In hon Club, Mrs. D. P.
Carpenter presi-
J 45NE.1R or of nine of their number receiv- dent; Mrs L. A. Canova, vice president -

& Son ing promotions. Also as honor Mrs. W. D. :
; Wainwright, :Jr..
S guests Instructor, were for Major C. W. YullI I recording secretary; Mrs. T, T. HALL'S SPECIALS I F

THE S, A.L. DEPOT the 124th Infantry Long corresponding secretary:

and Major Albert E. Barrs Com- and Mrs. C. A. Knight, treasurer, I I
manding officer of the Second Bat- were hostesses at WIN A GROCERY ORDER ;

. -. - .- .- .- talion, 124th Infantry. Friday night
i eight o'clock when they gave a r..
FLAVOR Those receiving promotionswere benefit party for the club.

MATCHES Boxes l OcANV Richard G.' Kldd commissioned -I The spacious: auditorium where I )
: Pkge 5c as a second Lieutenant, tables were placed for various ,:
:James H. Dennis to Communications
'. Corporal Lb. 18c No. 2 Can
games, was simply but attractively .6c I'

:. WHOLE GRAIN '. \ Scj-pfeant. CorporalBill decorated with arrangementsof --- I;
Graham first Ser
WATERGROUND geant, Private to'acting Merrill Q. McMil narcissi and greenery.At POTATOES BABY NORTHERN '}
RICE 5 Lbs. 16c the conclusion of the games !
MEAL 10 Lbs. 19c lan to Intelligence Sergeant, Pri-
vate Merrill Edwards to Corporal, the following received prizes for 10 Lbs. 14c BEANS, Lb.4Yzc
making high score In their group: _
Private I O. :J to
: QUART Private Robert Johns to Corporal Mrs. O. L. Beasley hose; H. C. MEAL Best RICE Blue Rose I:
Corporal, ,
Rich socks Mrs. Morgan Darby,
RELISH 1ge Private Louis l Vvis to Private I I hose; W. :J. Epperson, socks; Miss 10 Lba. .19c 5 Lbs.. .. 15c I
First Class anj.cPjlvate) Charles
Lillian Sternberg, slip; W. H. Hart
Jenkins to Private First Class.
socks; Mrs. Alfred Brown bath '
All of
10 LOS. IRIS'' the'guards receiving pro salts; Mrs. William Norris, pre-

TOBACCO motions as well, Major YullI, Major serves; Mrs. :lake Roberts, pre- Kitchen __ 3e Can ._ __l Ocr 'f
Each lOc
POTATOES 16c Barra and Lt. Long made brief aft
; serves; and Mrs. N. Sternberg. 3

er Other dinner members speeches.of the National bath salts. SAVORY OLEO ASPIRIN TabletS s,

NICE FAT MAXWELL HOUSE Guard being present were Sgt. E. played Several and games the winner of bingo of were each Lb. m_ 12Yzc Box -- -- 2c

.; HENS Lb. l8c COFFEE Lb. 28e R.Privates Struth R.Sgt.C. Bradley Sam Alvarez J. D Grif-and game was given a prize. r'
fls Robert C. Long W. N. Long, The hostesses cookies and served coffee sandwiches to- 10c 24 Ibs.. .67c ,

Albert L. Crosby and William 1 ',

WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF PRODUCE Powell. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, those present PORK CHOPS OATMEAL,

Mrs. T. T Long, Mrs. R. G. Kldd
and Mrs. Carpenter's aUter-ln-law, OmissionIn Lb. .14c 2z Pk. ._ 15c

CHUCK U.umtRY Mrs. C. S. Lindsay, of Winston- the write-up of the wOod-I I

Salem N. C., assisted In the serv I men Circle meeting In last MACARONI SYRUP, New Cane j

STEAK Lb. 12e FLOUR 20-lbs. 88e ing. Tables and benches were Telegraph the names of Mrs. Qt. 15c .1

placed on the lawn near the outdoor Maude Andrews, as musician and Pkg. _. 3c :

fireplace upon which the sup- Mrs. Louise Williams as banker, \At

ROUND STEAK Lb. He per was cooked I were omitted. DILL PICKLES COFFEE, 100 pet. .

: STEW Lb. IDe I "The Nile" ReviewedAt +-- \O'rI'I': .' OP Tax%: :1'PI ItKRHrnn .(' \TIOX Foil Qt. _ lOc Pure, Lb. 12c'

SWIFT'S JEWEL < .r mil :>/o. 161: )
I Po.lor Shi Smith, holder of Tux ('..r. CORNFLAKES

LARD 2 Lbs. 20c FWltm.\ tNL'TBOILING the regular meeting of the of t1flo.August..t.. No A.54T.D. 1011 iKnuerl ban. the filed 7th Home day Pkg. .6c 32 oz. _20c

I I Book Club Tuesday night at the In my office and hn. male 01'1'''''''-
---- I home of Mr. and Mrs. D P. Car- tlnn for n tax deed to b.. Ifljtunrlthereon

SEED Bu $1.25 1 penter, "The Nile" by Emil Lud. the following I. Hnlil dexcrlhed certificate property embrace In LETTUCE, Ea.- -7c BACON, Best

wig was ably reviewed by E L the County of Bradford, State of Lb 122c
BACON Lb. IOcL'IO Florlrla to-wit:
NORTH C.\ROLINA PE.\\ItT\ SEED: Matthews. F.nrt heir of Northeast Quarterof RELISH, qt. ,20c
This book Is the life story of a Soutlionct Quartet of Section TALL MILK
SI Townrhln 7
mange! 21
great river which is four thous- Kant containing 20
TUXEDO FEEDS and miles long, parts of It have nr IvurtThe mar PINK SALMON 12c 3 for 20c

QUALITY AT LOW COST never been traversed by any human art under annulment th" call of, the certificate mtltl prop-Inu I
being. The book has a backgroundof "a wan In the name of I'nkrmwn. ENGLISH PEAS MAYONNAISE
We Have a Complete Line Of Feeds For All Purposes six thousand of t'nlee..ald certificate nhall! be I'e- i
years historyand deemed according. to law the property 3 for 25c Pt. 20c
I the people stated Mr. Matthews doxcrlhed therein will be Hold .
--- range from pygmies, found to the hlffhent bidder at the court GRITS
home door on the first Monday In 10 Lbs..22c
ClNCY WILSON\ k TOO\IER; near the source to the giant Din- the month of March IIH, which In

MASH $2.60 FERTiLIZERS Ask Us kas By In the the use great of swamp a large regions.map Mr. the 19r."h'd 7th day thin of 19th March day 1918.of January. S= FEED SPECIALS

Matthews carried his listeners over (OFFICIAl., SEAT)
S HEAT k CORN 7 PERCENT n S. the entire course ot the river. This Clerk of Circuit Court of SCRATCH FEED 50-50
difficult book was presented In Hr dford County, Florida, __ _ _$2.20
t- I- t2.18.o'rrF..
SCRATCH MEAL Informal and comprehensive man I
$2.25 $1.60
, I,, :\ ('JoIITIFU'01 1\t.'TJo1"R OP T.t X CORN, YELLOW .. _.$2.15

critic.YeomansGreen :NOTICE is HEREBY HIVEX/' that

U PERCENT NO.1 TIMOTHY Fouler wrlten Rbi request Smith that ha the. filed tax with certificate me SHORTS, GRAY ._ ._ __ ..$1.85

DAIRY FEED $2.10 HAY Per Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Green announce omitted* together or levied with taxea all held ubHequent the COTTON
100 by SEED
$1.45 the marriage of their State be. advertised. and sold to the MEAL ___ $1.70
daughter, Pauline to Claude Yeo- hltrheat bidder for ,
by Hoiin* Hill DM! of the.1917 act*
mans of Lakeland on December i>f the Lxftlnlature"" upon the follow. OYYSTER SHELL, 100 LBS.. .70
We Will Buy Your Eggs at 3c Below Jacksonville]] Market 31, 1937. They will make their Ins dencrlhed real eotate In the
County of Bradford State of Florida
t' home there where Mr. Yeomans Is 1 to-wlf LAYING MASH ,$2.30
employed. May of SWI4 of 8WV4 Sec 17 Tp.
'-' 7 S. R. 21 East, containing 20 .-.:

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Mrs. Elmo Struth spent several Co!. D. E. Knight and Judge H. Mrs. Fred Guy of Jacksonville \OTICK' OF APPI.KATIOVTAX FOR the 7th day of March U38.
days In Jacksonville the first of L. Sebring, of Gainesville attended is spending this week with her par- "KKIJ, Dated this 19th day of January,
4 Senate Hill %,0. 18:1): 1918.
the week. the funeral of Walter' A. Don- ents, Judge and Mrs. A. Z Ad- VOTK-E IH HEREBY O1VFN That (OFFICIAL SEAM
son at Maccleony Wednesday, oft- kips Mrs. Guy will leave the tatter Foster SDI Smith, holder of Tax ('er- A. J. THOMAS, .
Bits of MflcRtc No. U). I lesued the 7th day Clerk of circuit cnurt of
:Mrs Hogan Smith of Sampson ernon. part of the week for Miami to of July A. U 10.10, has riled same Bradford County, Klurliia. (
City, is spending: this week In MI- --- _.- join Mr. Guy, who has been trans In my office and him mad application 1-8I-U-2-18. 11
for a tax deed. to b* Issued.
ami with relatives. MIss Beatrice Moseley and her ferred there for a few months. 'thereon. Said certificate. embrace ;

{ local Nevts friend Miss Helen Fain of Jacksonville the the followingdexrrlbrd Onunty I "of Bradford property, ,Stats of In NOTICR(riPICATKtt OF 4tl.H OF: T.\\ j I
:Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and were the guests of Miss Mrs J. J, Rigdon returned home I Florida, to-wit: NOT1CB! 18 HEHBHY OtVKN that
family Saturday in Jack South Half of Southwest Quarter ARTHUR K. HTUINOFELI-OW hats
mother "h' L. E. Mose- after several
AND Moseley's / I Sunday spending 1 of Southwest Quarter of See filed with me written reqtient that 'i
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS sonville.Mrs. ley, over the. week-end. days In Miami with her daughter- Hon 17 Townfthtp 7 South Range the tax certlflcaten together, with
21 Knot, i-ontalnlng 20 Acres, all nuhHeqiient omitted or levied
PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWNI in-law Mrs. Lacy Rigdon who has more or Iwtm.Tho taxes held by the State be advertised .
: L. A. Davis and Mrs. LJoyd Friends of Mrs. V. B. Harrell been very III with pneumonia, but afineimmetit. of the nald property ,and Hold to the highest' bidder
, I In Jack under the Raid.. certificate. l lashed for cash an provided by House Rill
Perryman spent Saturday -
to learn that she is Is
Y will be glad now able to be up again, wa In. the name of K. H, ails of the 1937 acid of the I..ch.la-
sonville. convalescing at her home after Humphrey.. ture, upon the following described
suffering from an attack of ton- Unless said certificate. shall tie ,redeemed real, estate.. In the County of Bradford
Drake, of Inverness, was a Miss Myrtice Killingsworth was Miss Clara Belle Pender of Som- silitls. 1 J. J. Rlgdon and Miss Eva RlgI arcnrdlnr. .' to law the properly S'4, stale of NI5V4 of Florida* KV4 of to-wit NEV4: of '1
[week-end visitor here. visiting friends In Gainesville merset Pa., is visiting her father I don hud as guests Saturday, E. J. to the ilem-rlbed highest. therein bidder at will the be court old N w'4 He.a Tp. 6 S. H. 2a E.! :
: Roberts of and Mr. and '"iil.ilnlnic 100 Acres, more or
W. Fender. house door nn the flrxt Monday In .
D. lena.i .
Mrs. L. E. Jordan and children, |
: the month which t
of March 1938
Mrs. Bert Rawls and Misses Betty lathe The
i taxes to be Hold ,
Dtckenson the Harold and Edward of Oveida, 7th day l of March 1938.Pitted are evidenced
Mra. Lolita spent and Rawls of hv certificates. No. 310 and 1343
Carolyn nigh
[week-end in Gainesville. Miss Mary Canova, of Tallahassee James Richard Wainwright, of will spend this week-end here as I 1 38. thin 10th day of January, lof 1927 and in 11 respectively and
Springs. "
spent the weekend here with Dunnellon was the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin (tJI"F1'IALoIF.AI..) i represent to Hl3T. both taxes inclusive for the years 19Zi .
j Mr. and Mrs. George B. Flynn her mother, Mrs. E. E. Canova. guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. THOMAS to 121U.87.
In St. N. D. Wainwright. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Cnnova' 'lerk of Circuit Court ofHrndford ALRO| : BW" of SKi/ Sec. 13 Tp. ,
[pent Sunday Augustine. County Florida. 7 S. II. 22 K I contafnlnw 40 \
Miss Lois Long, of Jacksonville, Mr.\ and Mrs. Jimmy Murphyand and children were here Saturday l-21-St-2-IS. I Acres, more or lt.*H.
-Theo Tlson is ill In a Palatka spent the week-end here with her Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Andreu and son James Edward, of Palat- visiting Mrs. Emma Canova Mr.\ The taxes to be Mold HK" evidencedbv '

[hospital. mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. Mrs. Ancll Wainwright, of Jack- ka, were guests Sunday of Mr. Canova and .amlly nave moved :\0'1'" H OR-T\\\IM-I.ICATIOV 1I.U: KOI 'I 1JI2I certificate and 103.1 Non.respectively 830 and, 1C41of andrepreeent

sonville, were visiting In Daytona Murphy's brother-in-law and sister from Bartow to Ocala, where they (....a..t.. 11111 \n lon: I the unpiild. lax,," for the
yearn 11)20 to 11)17) both I Iwquslve" ,
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight were Beach Sunday.Mr. Mr. and :Mrs. V B. Han oil. will be for sometime. NOTIOR I If* IIRIIKHY: GIVEN: ThatFoster mounting to $133.00.
Mrs. B. and Mrs. W. B. ,
Shi Smith, holder, of Tax Car. ( ,
AIM: HR" of NWi'. ;Ne 14 Tp.
visitors In Jacksonville.Col. ------ .
recent Mundy were visiting relatives In IIfl,<'n'. N... riL'1\ iHHlleil the 7lh day 7 H. R. 22 E., containing 40
and Mrs. L. G. Powell and Mrs. A. C. Durden !Mr.\ and Mrs. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Luclim I of UII'IIO' A 1) 1 1913! : haM filed same Acres, more or I...*...
H. V. Knight was a profea- Gainesville Monday morning. L. C. Powell were visiting Mrs C. C. Hoppe and son. Jimmy returned Hazen will be pleased to learn that hi, my for office 11 ,tnx and deed han made to be application lashed! The taxes to he sold arc Idenced'

atonal visitor to Macclenny Tues- Ada Wart man, who has been quite to their home in Tampa their daughter, Minnie Lou, was .h..r..n. Sold certificate embrace !hy certificated, NOM 3an and., I&54 J of
L)21!) and 1U3.1! rctipictlVHly, ind
represent -
Joe Davis of DeLand and Dr.
[day. Ill, In Citra Sunday.J. Tuesday after a visit here with Mr. returned to their home here Monday the following described property of Inthe the unpaid taxes, rot the
Countv of Bradford. State
II. N. Collins, of Quincey, were visIting years. 1920 to IH37 both l"duRlv..
and Mrs O. L. Beasley and Mrs. following her confinement in Florida to-wtt: I ,
amounting to 9122.41.Sold
friends here .
Mrs. E. R. Struth spent the Sunday.N. F. Klckllter, A. J. Wilkinsonand Jeanette Kincaid. a Fulatka hospital. I I Houlhwt'Kt' Quarter. of SoutheastQonrt.'r :< tax certificate. t"if''tin,"i with
of :Section< ( Towimhiii\ ''ill' .
subsequent omitted levied
weekend In Jacksonville, visiting son, Edgar, spent Sunday in -- ----- 7 South' Katitfe 21 East, con- or
I laxen will he "0 lei to the hllfh.Rthl..d..r
[friends and relatives Sternberg and T. K. McClane St. Augustine, as the guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs B. Jacobs spent taming 40 Acres more. or I".... / at the Courthouncclour. In
Dr. and Mrs. C.
C. Mendoza and
attended the luncheon in I The niHtHHtneiit of the said prop., Htuike ,
Rotary and Mrs. J. K. Thomas.Mr. last Wednesday in Jacksonville as on the 4th tiny of February
son, Cliff, Miss Gloria Johns and arty under. the nahl certificate Issued 19.18. at 11:00: o'clock A. :M.
Mrs. Elmo Struth left Wednes- Gainesville, Tuesday.Mrs. guests of their son-in-law and all of was In the name of Unknown. Haled. thin the Kith .ilny ..r ..liinuIIIV -
Tommy Rltch Jacksonville, |
[day for Tallahassee, where she will and Mrs. T. K. McClane daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence will be guests Sunday of Mr. and t'nlcHM according sold certificate. to law.shell,the be property redfMMmMl !D3R.tOI.1o''IAI. 1oI1'1AI.I

visit friends for a few days. L. D. Vining, Mrs. C. S. spent Saturday in Bronson as the Nussbaum. Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. N. T. I deMcrlhcil therein. will be sold A..1. TIIOMA8:
Lindsay and Mrs. K G. Duncan guests of Mr. and Mrs. Turner to the highest bidder at the court clerk of t'lrc-iilt ''"art' of
Ritch. houne door on the first Monday In Bradford County, Florida.
:Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde of the spent Tuesday in Jacksonville.Glen Boyd. Mrs. Willard Mills, of Athens, I the month of March 193H. which U l-Sl-St-2-4..
State Farm and Mrs. E. L. Mat- Ga., and Mrs. Joe Hill Williams,

thews were guests Saturday of Wood, of Helena Ark., arrived J. J. Tmby has returned froma of Lake Butler, were guests Mon Mrs. O. E. Stansbury Is having 1!',

j Miss Elise Jones, in Gainesville.Mrs. Sunday to spend several visit in Waynesvllle. N. C., with day of Mr. and Mrs. I{. G. Dun- the Friday afternoon meeting of ,
weeks here with relatives. his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. can. the W. C. T. U. this week. The

A. A. Durden Mrs. M. L. and Mrs. J. W. Killian. ---- members look forward with Inter- Seriously .

j Geiger, and :Mrs. Harry Houston Mrs. C. J. Gay, Mrs. Robert Mrs. Fred Blackburn, of St. est and pleasure to the meetingsheld

I/ [were visiting relatives in Mandarin King and Mrs. Isola Shuler spent Mrs. Jeannette Kincaid has accepted Louis, Mo., en route to Tampa time. in her home from time to YOUor

/ [Sunday. last Wednesday in Jacksonville.Mr. a position In the Hampton where she will make her home, SUPPOSE
---- -- School to take the place of Mrs. was the guest last week of her yr

,, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle of and Mrs. H. C. Wall, of Tal- Rachel Gillette, resigned.Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Col- The AUlersgale meeting at the

" | Jacksonville spent the week-end latjassee{ were week-end guests of ley. First Methodist church in Jack some member of your family while driving your

,. j here as guests of Mrs. Doyle's Jlr Wall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Leroy Roan and --- sonville Wednesday was attended ): car run Into a child on a bicycle, or had one of the

( mother, Mrs. Fay Gill. I W. L. Wall.POLITICAL I children and Mrs. Peggy Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll by the following persons from hundreds! of other accidents that happen every day?

-- -- all of Jacksonville were visiting and baby Lois Cornelia, of Jack- Starke: Judge and Mrs. E. K.. Ferryman Naturally you would regret it, but that would not

friends and relatives' here Sunday.Mr. sonville, were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis settle the claim against you. Brother this should
Mrs. Carroll's mother, Mrs. F. H. the Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Fischer ,
ANNOUNCEMENTS' have serious consideration NOW know
and Mrs. W. B. Alexander I Long Mrs. Long left Sunday for W. P. Smith Mr. and Mrs. L. C. your you
: could! be the next There is first
you one. always a
and Miss Wilma Alexander were Jacksonville and will visit Dr. and Ray, Mrs. Charley E. Johns and
l guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs' J. Mrs. Carroll several days before Mrs. A. Wood. I time for everything.See .

B. Alexander in Waldo. i returning home. ------- us today and get a Liability policy on your car.
-- -- Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowell The COAt is nothing compared to the grief you would
THE TELEGRAPH AT FOLLOWING Mrs. G. H. Bennett spent the Mrs. Laura J. Powell returnedto and! three sons, of Jacksonville, | have without It.HAROLD.

RATES : weekend in Jacksonville as the her home last week, after will spent Sunday with Mrs. Mc- I

gueat of her son-in-law and daughter spending several weeks in New- Dowell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree. ton N. C., with' relatives. Mrs. John '
; Uglow. Sunday will be a C. WALL AGENCYAll
Powell was accompanied home by special day for them it not only ,
Mrs. James Godbold, of Jackson- her daughter Mrs. Cora Carpenter being Mr. Uglowd eightieth birthday forms of dependable Insurance
From Now Until
May $7 50 ville, was a week-end guest of her who will visit here for some tinniversary but Mr. and Mrs.

t (Not To Exceed 25 Lines) mother, Mrs. W. S. Stroman, and time before returning to North McDowell's wedding anniversary
sister Mrs. S. S. Dowling. Carolina. U8 well. |
--- a -
G. L. Fatten of Tallahassee, -
e After March 1 Till May 1 GJK fA spent the week-end here as the ---- -

(Not To Exceed 25 Lines) tPUU\/l/ guest Landrum.of Mr. and Mra. T. Frank I


Mrs. J. O. Traxler of Pensacola,
Announcements Running More Than was the guest the first of the

week of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middle -
25 Lines Will Be Priced AccordinglyALL


PAYABLE IN ADVANCE the weekend in Macclenny with -
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.J. .

-.--.--..; A. -Shuler..---- 10 Lbs; 25c i : Lb. 27c

Mrs. W. E. Middleton spent several
days In Jacksonville last FANCY BROOKFIELD

NAT SEZ: week as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Raleigh C. Dowling and other rel .A- BUTTER

Some folks get a heap of pleasure atives.
out of In f_t 90 of ---. '
gomlpln, % ua 2 Head 15c "
+ do; and there really lun't much Mrs. Robert King and daughters w Tub Lb. 37c

harm In It if it's harmless gossip Martha and Roberta and t ,
01, i because we've got to have- something Mrs. Isola Shuler spent the week FRESH; BUNCH: '
to talk abojt. But If It's the end In Tallahassee as guests of A.43'Lfrg. DRESSES WEIGHT

,. 1:11:; kind that hurts Homebody, you bottrr Mrs. Glen Pointevent CARROTS pj e.
\\I t think twice before you spread -- HENS

::i It. St. Peter IK. liable to mark It Fred Hazen, L. D. Vining, and'
,''Il,!: up against you. Bill Graham were among those 2 Bunches 15c
I. from here attending the pulp mill Lb. 22c

opening celebration at Fernandinalast
Friday NO. 2 CAN



: CENT A WORD 2 For 15c

Buy where you get the COLUMNFOR GROCERY Lb. 17c



house. Enquire J. H. Lord, 319 PEAS
Madison St., Starke lip t OLEO
FOUNDSow marked with two 3 For 25c

undeiblta In each ear. Owner UNANNOUNCED TIME.: ONE WILL ALARM: 2 Lbs 25c

can have for cost of ad and feed.L. .
w: Genuine'' Goodyear J.Vynn, Hampton. lip NO 2 CAN DURING: __ .

,a Well. Tough but m.llow THE AFTERNOON WHEN THE ALARM
WANTEDCity residential lot. APPLE SAUCE BREAD
IIpp.r....long wtoring, State cash price. Address Box HELL lUNGS EVERY PERSON IN OUR

t; flexible I.oth.r soles.Ir 393: Starke, Fla. STORE WHO IS BUYING: AN ARTICLE AT
Come. 'In ell widths. 2 For 1 15c 3 Loaves 25c
By the bed or thousand. Priced
I $2.19 right. On Road 28, 3 miles from I' LARGE BOX FREE. :-: :.: :-: :-: :.: FL\ SMOKER:

r town. Z. Z. Griffis. tf

,, GROWERS: quote me on seed I MATCHES BACON
cane F.O.B. Starke. Prefer red-

ribbon or little Simpson varieties. Lb. 18c
3 For lOc
A D. W. Manning:, 208 First Ave..

Daytona Beach, Fla. I
FOR SALE-Quality seeds arrivIng \ I BKNF KA.NCVMIITK

Here's a Big Value! and corn North, tomatoes at White's Carolina, pepper Store.peanuts and,Florida beans egg, FLo if'241bs.. 7oq BACON, Lb 12!/c

P Popular "Seoul' plant. Get our prices before buy-

$1.98 .llyle. Double. Ing. 1.1-- U *
ompoiiNon iol >.
AVAILABLE AT ONCE Rawlclgh Cheese Lb. 22c
COFFEE Lb. 20c
Route. Good opportunity for I MARGARINE ,

It Pays to Buy atSTERNBERG'S lervlce.man over Trade 29: with well car established.to continue I I) PACKAGES LARD Lb. 9c TOWN I Il
Route experience helpful but not Macaroni lOc Lb. 20c COFFEE Lb. 17c

necessary. Write at once. I
lelgh's. Dept., FAA-223-102 :RaW-\\ l
phis, Tenn. ,
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,I il "Little Old Woman" and Mrs. Jordan Oviedo Sunday night, Instead of Louise Conerly to Alph A. Hazen, the dining room where delicious
sts:, i i CUM BRANCH and Mrs. Whltf leld, who were last weekend, after spending twd son of :Mr and Mrs. E. M. Hazen, home cooked candy and hot coffee

-;: Annie Mae Haraagr, Cur hostesses for the afternoon, served weeks with her sister, Melba Pre- Saturday, January IS, at Lake were served.

j FARMERS SECTION coffee and sandwiches. vatt Butler, by Judge J.V.. Townsend. Those enjoying this delightful
11 Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey had The young couple will make their affair with the hostess wen'
INTEREST!: TO BRADFORD GROWERS dinner Sunday, Elder Misses Juanita and Jeanette MiGuuley ',
OF guests
BO AT DRAIN NEW home at Oilaaii!:,. "' :Ierll :.ir. Hazenis
Rawls and family of High Springs,, Evelyn Crosby, Janie Mae
Z. Grim forre dent State Beverage
1\11'11. 2. Corrrfipondent Dorothy Sapp po employed as a
Elder Herman Moody of Lacrosse,, Quarrels, Vera Gainey, Charles
CHICKENS KILLED IN SEARCH of Brooker Inspector. and Barney
3,000 and Homer Galney and Douglas Hardy
41 Mrs. Dan Boree and two sons,
LEUKEMIA CAUSE AT GAINESVILLE Friends of Henry Norman will! of Jacksonville, were visiting her Min Juanita Clarke, of Hell- Birthday Party Mattox.

be sorry to hear of his death Wed- brother, C. A. Grlffla, the past bronn Springs, spent the week-end :Mrs A. L. Crosby entertained 1!'. Tom Dukes, of Five Milt.,
nesday night, Funeral services with Dot Sapp. .
visiting here Sunday.
I week-end. Friday afternoon with a birthday was
l1ty) of the University disease for IS months, but today were held In Dyal Cemetery, Fri- Mr. and Mrs J. C Wiggins, of
Dr.> M. W. Emmel Ruth Morrell was visiting party in honor of her daughter, Mrs. W. A. Brown and son, W
of Florida, who recently told Is apparently as well as ever. Em- day.Mr friends at Belmore Sunday after- Olustee, were visiting here Sun- who celebrated her sev- A. Jr., of Alacuua, Mr. and Mrs.
American Association for the mel said the disease in animals, and Mrs. A. J. Williams and day. Agnes Summers of Ocala Mi
the this occasion. Howard ;
- Advancement of Science of the contracted In two to nine months, Mrs. Louise Denmark, all of Jacksonville noon.Mrs.. Lizzie Lee and children, of Harry Sapp, Miss Dot Sipp and enth birthday on and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews, find

discovery in animals and probablyIn usually proves fatal in from one I were dinner guests of Bethel, were visiting her son, Harvey Miss Juanita Clarke were visiting She received many lovely gifts 'Mr.. Clifford Hazen, of Starke,
D humane of the mysterious cause to three months. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J S. Galney, Sunday. friends In Jacksonville Saturday.:! from her small friends who were I were the guests of :Mr. and Mrs.

t >; of leukemia, said today he had Other animals used in the experiments Sapp, Sunday. Albert Griffis and Mrs. Eugene Mrs. Clarence Hines has returned with her.Many ''L. A. Mott, Sunday afternoon.

used 3,352 fowls and animals in Include 15 hogs, 12 mon- Reltha and Junior Bradley, of Grlffls and daughter, Hazel, and to her home In Sarasota, after games were enjoyed by Mr and Mrs. Charles Hardy(
10 10 rabbits Boatdrain, spent Monday night children, after which delicious
sheep the
keys, 12 goats,
Mrs. Arch Prevatt
and In
CIm his experiments. were visitingin spending several days here Misses Reba Lee Hardy, Juanlta
/ and three steers with their grandparents, Mr. and refreshments of hot chocolate and
Heading the list, Dr. Emmel ex- Hampton Monday. Lake Butler with relatives McKenzie, Juanita McGauley, and
Mrs W. R. Mrs. Cros-
Kersey. served
cookies by
the were
v plained were 3000 chickens, sacrificed Leukemia is caused by Frankie Jordan spent the past Norman Wiggins ana Hassle Janle Mae Quarrels, and Barney
In an effort to trace the white blood cells multiplying in week-end with Ruth Morrell. Rhoden, of Jacksonville, were visIting by. Mattox and Charles Hardy, Jr., attended -
to cause of the disease, sometimes excessive numbers Emmel said, in GRAHAM Ethel Gatlin was visiting Tbel- here Sunday. the Sunday School Rallyat

called "blood cancer." explaining the disease. These cells, Mr.. L. C. Smith, Co..nd... ma Prevatt Sunday. -. Miss Hardy Entertain Pine Grove Sunday afternoon.

19 The Florida scientist "said 22 tur- normally are scavengers which eat Quite a few young people of this BROOKER Miss Reba Lee Hardy entertained T. B. Plnholster and Forrest
ore keys had been used In the experiments up infections In the blood but In Mrs. H. B. Altman, of Nichols, section enjoyed the ball game atC a few of her friends with a Crosby were transacting businessIn
u conducted over a period of leukemia they become destroyers was visiting Mrs. E. Stricklandand A. Griffis Sunday afternoon Miss Vera Galney, Correspondent Bingo Party Saturday evening at Jacksonville Tuesday.

, eight years, but for some reason of the blood and body itself. Mrs. Ida Jones, Sunday. Mae Prevatt was visiting Mrs. the home of her parents Mr. and I J. D. Dukes and Mr. and :Mrs.
In i the turkeys had proved Immune to Emmel said humans can't con Mrs. R. B Thompson, of Jack- Z. Z. Griffis Monday. Ha",rnConerlyD Mrs. Charles Hardy. Otis Akins, of Alachua, spent
her aunt,
an.e the disease tract the disease from animals, sonville, was visiting A CorrectionMae F. Conerly announces the After playing several hands of Sunday here as guests of Mrs.

,. Toughest of all animals, he said, and that the disease Is not trans. Mrs.Mr.Harvey and Mrs Starling, Jessie Newsome, Sunday, of I Prevatt returned from i marriage of his daughter Miss Bingo the guests assembled In Florence Varnadoe.
who has had the mlttable.
I was a monkey
Starke, were In our section Sun

I lys I Cattlemen Discuss /dayWe
! GEORGIA BANS are glad to report that Mrs I

FLORIDA STOCK Ticky Deer ProblemAt 'C. B. Roberts, who has been on
'I ; the sick list for a week, is some ...
hlft I Ocala MeetingOn
better at this writing.Mrs. .
ATLANTA::- A quarantine
Annie E. Ward Is visitingher
, livestockfrom
I Ie against shipment of Wednesday of last week,, son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
Florida Into Georgia was or County Agent T. K McClane, Jr.,
and Mrs H. B. Altman, at Nichols.
,ton dered by Dr. J. M. Sutton, State R. H Green, Jr., L. L. Johns, H. Mr and Mrs. C J. Frazier, of
veterinarian, aa a protection D. May and Nelson Green, attended Jacksonville, were visiting Mr.
against tick fever. the annual meeting of the State'
and Mrs. L. C. Smith, Sunday.
heIt The special order, approved by Cattlemen's Association in Ocaln. Roy Roberts, of the State Farm IN A SETTING OF

Commissioner of Agriculture Co The main subject under discussion was visiting relatives Sunday.

lumbus Roberts, bays: was the problem of ticky deer In L. C. Smith was visiting his

rs "All cattle, horses, mules, sheep four small actions of the slate daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
thJU \ or goats originating In Florida are which carry a tick different from Mrs C. J. Frazier in Jacksonville, @Ml# .NC l
a prohibited from crossing the State the Texas fever tick, but which Monday.

I line until such animals are free of transmits this disease In the same Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Melton

r tick infestation and have been Inspected way. The presence of ticky deerin lof Starke, attended Sunday School

and dipped under Federal the state recently caused Georgia Sunday afternoon. \
supervision at a regularly established to quarantine Florida stock. ANDY

itb I" government and permanently dipping maintained station.- The cattlemen adopted a resolution BOOTSEY'S BEACHMiss r

urging that deer In the infested .
must accom- Effie Crawford, Cor. "
Federal certificates"" areas be removed at all costs, ., : :: 'I) I
toer pany movements. and be later replaced with tick. Mr. and Mrs.: Darby; Gaskins, ) .'
"' /' / f Jlj, 1 @fJ U
The order said it had been determined N. ,4,. .'",..> ," 0 .., M" ; ,
variety. free deer. A copy of the resolu- Mrs. Jean Gasklns and R. '" 'If.r' .r. .. 1 ", .... '
the tropical ,
that tion was sent to all state senatorsand Crawford attended the funeral of .4 ,
1 deer \ .
of tick, which propagates on representatives and to Governor I Henry Norman at the Dyle Ceme- ',' ....". '. I""
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distributed '.
o well as cattle, "is widely I
as .
Cone. The State Supreme tery last Friday. > )!, ,
>t h In swamp, deer-protected Court recently decided that the R. N. Crawford attended churchat -"j.. '

fvf (", areas in Orange, Osceola, Brevard, : deer could not be legally removed. Union Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. ; e '' '" 'i', ,..;;.. ..
$i'i' ,
Counties, "
Highlands and Glades However, the cattlemen hope that R. N. Crawford and sons ;rr' .: .1 !
veiG i .{ :. .
and portions of the big cypress ; some means of solving the problem A. J. and Stanley Mr and Mrs. J ."" "
swamp In Hendry and Collier will be found out. C E. Crawford and son, Junior, ''' ,,: }; : ; > ;'

t Counties, Florida"Sutton I P. E. Williams, president of the were visiting relatives in St ; : :<.. : ,'
said In 1935( Georgia had association, reported that a compromise George, Ga, over the week-end, \ .' 'I
F a tick fever outbreak In Tift, is being negotiated with Miss Effie Crawford was visit- "S., CFREE .
Worth and Colquqitt Counties "di the State Junior Chamber of Com ing friends In Baldwin Saturday.Earl ; \
rectly traceable to the movements Chesser and Willard Gas- .
h merce whereby the State Road ,
e f of cattle from one of these Florida Department will be asked to fence kins were visitors to Union County 'J, ) .
He' added .
deer sections. afternoon.Mr. .
ticky all Federal highways that have ob- Sunday .
t' "this infestation cost the citizensof tained their rights-of-way by and Mrs. James Rosier at- r. ',
Georgia more than 1100000. grants. There would be no liability tended the funeral of E. S. Grant, : \ .
"We have official Information on the part of stockmen, but of Hawthorne last Friday. fl' ,.''w '/ ;c"";;.H.j. .ro.,
r that the Florida livestock sanitarytick there would be an Impounding fee --. ,, (..,i :. 'i : %' ,-e...c, I,
eradicating agencies In that on cattle found on the fenced highways FLA. STATE FARMMrs. -'.. : ',.' ;"" 'A;,C, :.ro;t"S: ': 01'1 :'k':! '
State have exhausted every known ::: ,, ;' ::-, ;'' ,. i u;
and suggested method to solve the Bryan W bitfield, Cor. ., H,,' I.
Mr. McClane Invited the association : ,
and have failed," the ,"J .n'VJIt.'n11: :
problem special to hold its next annual meet J: .' .... .. \ .....' ,
order said. It continued: Frank Collins, of Collins, Ga., t11! ; ,. .. "\i" '.'.'. .{ ....,_. ,)II m' \
c ing in Starke and, since this Is a ..." :, ,.". '" ..: ;".'.. Iti. :,>, .. [ 'M. u ". 1
yfiF F .
spent Sunday night with his uncle "" .,, 'K ,*..." au r.ll.'", "'i "J" <
"We bave official Information central location, he believes It Is 1,,, :<, ; \ ;; .",. ':. #. I'
t. from the attorney general in the probably that his invitation will and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. '.,'" .' ': ::. r"Mv': "'>"' I .. '' 't ,; {)'111 '
State of Florida that the local be accepted. Overstreet > \\It.' 1R a
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courts and the Supreme Court I ----.._- Oman's Club Meets : :.: ; : :
have enjoined the Florida live- The Woman's Club held its regular '" .f :' ... : t.Jf'.J1 : .,
; t( Ot }$
Jl n r'
< ; ..
Tobacco AcreageAlthough meeting in the club rooms :< d' m. a'
I' '\\\; '' '' / '1>,..';l iJ.f$ Lm"III''ri'tm: ; ", "..'h. jJ<,
enforcement Tuesday afternoon with the president n t'i.. ; rtg':; :.. ..."'i':& ;::!xy.'I1\\\'( ",.., .Jj.r ....."1 E.: ,"":
which prohibits the board from the Farm Bill has not Mrs Rlcharde, presiding At .oI"' +i. ;'J -.t. '1ff. C21: .Il!' ".
y "' .
: ( >
the conclusion of the business # '
: '
proceeding under Florida< laws and It Is believedby session "
yet passed Congress, 'ii! ; 'i\'f:.
\ regulations to kill these tick Infested Congressman R. A. Green that a social hour was enjoyed dur- ,'1;k: AN ENTIRELY NEW s
ing which little Cox
deer." Patsy sang ):,
"the small tobacco growers in [ ; r
: .'
Sutton issued a statement in Florida who grew tobacco In 1937 t t. AND DIFFERENT KIND
910,395 FOR BLIND
.Let%j conjunction with the order saying will not suffer serious acreage re- 1 t .
w "we hope the Florida deer hunters duction." Probable acreage allowed JACKSONVILLE. State Wel- '1-(M t

will be good sportsmen and coOperate in this county next season fare Commissioner Clayton C.
with the regulatory authorities will be from 12,000 to 13,000 acres. Codrington said the Federal Board

f" In their State in exterminating In 1937, 14,500 acres were planted. had allotted Florida $10,395 for assistance -
cattle fever ticks from -.- -ti of the blind and near-

wild deer. We do not intend to' New York leads all States In the blind during January. The State ;T1t4ot.
leave a stone unturned to preventthe number of customers for both nat- matches the sum. For the first
Introduction of cattle fever ural and manufactured gas with three months of 1938, Codrington coo

ticks into Georgia." 2,915,234. -- said, the board allotted $31,189.
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you that believe on the name "I ain't no airplane pilot," commented NOTIfH KOTICK OF IIIALFJ OF TAX:

of the son that ye may know that IAono; Timmie sarcastically. NOTICE IS HIJKRB7 lIVEN to fKHTIPIfATKHNOTICH :
: all whom" It may concern that I IS HKKKBV GIVEN: that
BOB JONESComments ye have eternal life." Some people UGItREflSJ' I "Of course/i1 added Roger "our have filed my Final Statement andvoiifherx av Alderman nan. riled with mn

hesitate to say they know they horse isn't quite that fast. Mr. I IIn, made application/ to .written, request that the tax cortlfloate -
tho Hon. 15 K. Perrymun for Final toirether with all -ulmmjuentomlttftd
On Here are saved because it sounds like Donovan I'm sure you could ban- i Dlxcliiirci': HH AdmInistrator of .us- or levied tax,'" hold by the

boasting of their right die him, if you think you'd be tnt" of II Y. Brown trt Inxue, on the /State. he advertised and Mold i" the
they are $ DONT CRY. llth, dty: rot February A. L). 1A3R at highest. .bidder. fur cash. an pimicl.d
: And Hereafter eousness. They are wrong. I know i interested Mi ",,lock A. M nt the office of by iliii,..e. Hill UO of the 1 1837 act
saved not because I feel it. I County. Jiidtf, or Vtradford. County.J. of the LegIslature, upon the following -
_ am J,- (hi MTR.t3OLDWyN MAVER MuttHALSey "Do I think I'd be Interested TKUKEI.L. Adm'r. described real extate in the

According: to a story which ap- I feel it because I know it. Feeling : fawncy! cried Timmle aping Roger'lI -I t-4-4t-2-4.! County of Bradford State of Flor
I ida to-wlt
twice In the :
Is mentioned just
peared recently In the newspapers rAIN S manner and accent. :\OTICR nf IIU.FJ OP TAT lit Acre Com. 10S feet
old died. Bible and It\ is never mentioned la "Am I to understand, Mr. Dono- 1.U'rl..cA Ht:! Cor of 8W% of SVVVi ",Wau":
______a man eighty-three years connection with salvation. I knowI N J10 Ft. W 316 ft, Ii 810 ft.
Ill his lite he had refused to visit (What has happened no far "Sorry we haven't a room in the van, continued Roger seriously NOTICE IS HKHRBY lIVEN that H] 315 ft. to beg Sec 21 Tp S

a cemetery. But eventually he took am saved because God's Word lrewMMl for fund* and raisingmoney house." "that you wouldn't consider riding W., H. Morgan hue filed. with meuiltten S. R. 22 K. containing 2 Acres,
The Bible "He request that the tax certlflcaten more or lexit
,a trip to the city of the dead. We tells me so. says through a loan on the "Aunt Eadie" cried Cricket "he The Pookah? toniethei with all .uh....- The taxe, to be old are evidenced

watch the crowds go by and wonfder that hath the son hath life." The family estate Sir Peter Cal- Isn't a jockey. He's an Englishman. Timmie nodded his head gruffly. >iu..nt. omltta- .or levied. taxes held by cnrtlflcatee. NOH.. 2')7! and 992 of
by the State be advertised and Hold 1 19.11: and 1933 respectively, and represent -
where they are going. They best I know how I have accepted verton and his grandson Roger ." "Have you ever seen The Pookah. to the highest bidder for cash a* taxes for the yearn 1930 ta

are all marching toward eternity. Christ aa my Saviour. If I have come to America for a final "Oh," said Mother- Ralph, pon- run, Mr. Donovan ?" asked provided by House OIU 89* .of the 1937! both Inclusive amounting to
__ ,
___ 1937 arts of the Legislature, upon ISA 44.
_ Eternity-mother of cycles and accepted Christ I have Christ. IfI try at the racingtrophy that dering the distinction. Roger. the following, dexcrlbed I real extate ALSO: Lots t. 8 A B S8 ft of

[parent of agesl The greatest question have Him I have life. That is. hues," BO far eluded all Cnlver- "He's Roger Calverton," explained "Who wants to see him run ?" I In the County of llradford State of Lot 3, 4 of Blk 15 & Lot. 1, 1 ,
Florida. tn-wlt: & K: 38 ft of lots 3, 4 of Lilt 16.
Is "Where shall I spend eternity I am saved. Now. if I doubtedmy entries their Cricket. "Can he to din- .
_ ton Watching stay flung out Tlmmle. "You bring NMi of NW44 of SWVi Sec t Tp. Livingston truby A CO'H Bub-DI-
?" According to the Bible. salvation after having sincerely first race after their arrival ner." them cheap to America fi 8.' R it FL. containing/ 20 vision of NK1.' of NKV! Sea. SS
nags every Acres more or less. 'I't.| 4 8. ft. 23 H.,
!there are only two places-heaven accepted Christ I am doubtingthe Roger spots a young jockey "He can-If he's fast with a year-and what do you ever win? The taxes to be Hold -.re' evidencedby The taxes. to be Hold are evidenced]

and hell. The Bible says there la Word of God. No man can Timmie Donovan whom he fork," smiled Mother Ralph. Why don't you stay at home where certificates. N..... 7H and 2flO of by certificate No. 848) and 1141 of
know that he la saved from 1033 and 1933 respectively. and represent loot And 1933 respectively and represent -
[no other name given under heaven apart believes would he the perfect I .
She excused herself to go seta you belong? taxes for the yeare 1H.11 to the unpaid taxes for the
I among men whereby we can be the Word of God. "We know we election for their home. Whenhe 1037 both. inclusive amountlnif to yearn 1930 I' ILl? both IncluHlve, ,
have passed from death unto life place. Cricket on Roger's urging Roger's face had gone very pale. 143 lIt). amounting, $228.71.
( saved but the name of Jesus. If accosts him however Tlm- Maid! tax certificate together/ with
was about to proceed with another He rose and paused a moment before ALSO 8'ji 8W"4
that la true-and I believe the Bible because we love the brethren. : nile rudely Htulks away with Sec 1 Tp. g : : all subsequent omitted 01; LeviedtaxeH
musical medley when the making any reply. will be Hold to Ihc
Inl 20 Afrex, leae.Tbe
more' or
Is the Word of God-then the The Book says that. After I was out pausing to talk to him.) bidder at the Courthouse door In
violent clanging of an electric bell taxes to be Hold are evidenced
converted I loved the brethren but "That makes It quite plain I'm marks on the 28 day of January. .
people who read these lines who l I'y certlflcnteH Nox. 88 and 81 of
interrupted. 191: *. at II:Oil o'clock A. M.Dated .
not wanted here. he said finally.He 19.11 and 1935 respectively and represent -
I would not have known that was CHAPTER THREE
have not accepted Christ should this the 8th day of January
I "I say, is the house afire cried the nnpuld taxes for the -
turned to Crlckl't.V1I1
accept Him Immediately. What' a sign I was saved If the Bible had Roger feeling hurt but stub you yearn I9JO to ll":"7, both inclusive, 111:33.OFi"L(1Ah: .
not told talk about have I Roger. please explain to Mrs. Ralph that uinountlliic" to f J4.94AUSO. ( SEAL)
doe. it mean to accept Christ? me. People bornly! determined to at least A. J. THOMAS.
of of NWV
: N'a SWI-i ,
; According to my understanding of having the witness of the Spirit, a talk with the headstrong Jockey By way of answer Cricket seized I had to go. Stit Tp 5 H. U. 21 .,;., contain- Clerk of Circuit f.."uri of

the Bible It simply means that I but they would know nothing discovered through a track attendant his arm and hastened to the Timmie laughed derisively as log, 20 Acren, more or lexn.The t-U-It.I-2S.llradford County Florida.
taxes to be sold are evidencedby
: turn myself over to Him and trust about the witness of the Spirit if that he lived at Mother dining-room. Four jockeys, with Roger pulled back his chair and certificate' No... 15 and 251 of
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the cries and of Indians TRAIN SCIIKIH
they did not have the Bible. Ralph's. This, It appeared. was a gestures started away. 11)32) and 1933 respectIvely and represent LK
Him and no one else to save me.
tIe nnpiild. taxes for the
I speak reverently. My salvationIs When I was a boy we used to favorite boarding-house for riders leaping: out of ambush made the "Can't take It, hey?" he called years l 9:3! :ll I to 11H7: loot h inclusive, Schedule of trains arriving here

"up to Christ." If He falls me, sing "When I can read my titles with a liking for simple home doorway just ahead of them. out. "Going home to cry on your amount IIIK to $49. I. dally Subject to change without

We The walls were decorated with shoulder?" ALSO: SH of SWi/4 of NW See
I am ruined forever I am not clear to mansions In the sky. cooking and! not too much moneyto grandpappy's I Tp 6 1>1. U. 21 containing notice.

trusting my church membership read our title to a mansion In the spend. un assortment of racing pictures. Roger advanced to face him 20) Acres, more or lenn. Southbound-Due Starke

sky In the Word of God. lie that Some of them were sketches some drawing himself to his full The taxes to be aId are. evidenced
I mission his up No. 1 Local_
or my good works I am trustIng Explaining his to by cvrtlflriitcH NOH.. 77 and 208 of ______ 11::25 p.m.

Him. He will not fall me. hath the Son hath life. If we have grandfather but not telling him photographs som faded framed I:I height. 1932 and 193J respectively and rep- No. IS-Local_______ 4:30: p. m

C CS Christ we have salvation. We have I how sharply he had been turned newspaper clippings. In the cen- "Mr. Donovan" he said, "I ; reseat 1931 the unpiild to 1917. taxes both Inclusive for the No. 107-Through____ 10.03: a. En.

forgiveness. We have regenera. down, Roger started out by him- ter of the room wits a long table I I should like very much the opportunity ainountliiHT years" to $50.58.Hald No. 191-To Miami__ 10:39: p.m.

"Can I know I am saved? I tion. We have heaven. We have self. He found the street with no large enough to accommodate a ,. of punching you in the tax certlflcuteH together with Northbound-Due Starke
oil leviedtaxen
am often asked that question In everything. He la all In all.MCKE" dozen persons !" subsequent omitted: or
great trouble and ringing the eye will be Hold to the highestbiddr No. 2-Local_______ 5:30: a. m.
work. The Bible
my evangelistic "I'll muss that little of at the Courthouse. dool' In
Swedish "This Is Mister Calver up pun
doorbell admitted by a Roger
was No. 16 Local ___
teaches that we can know it. i Sturka on the 4th day of February -- : a. m
LAW UPHELD he cried.
yours 19a, at 11:00( ( o'clock A. M.tinted No. 108-Through_ __ 5:03p.m.No. :
"These things I have written unto
j ._ thin the 15th day of Jan
ALLAHASSEE.-Florlda's off and
so' Roger squared lunged. nary 1935.OFI"tt'lAF./ 192-Through_ ._ 6:29: a. DJ.
GOITREMAKE called "juke" license law has been The other boys jumped up and ( SEA) Starke and Wannee BranchNo.

upheld by the Supreme Court The gaped. Cricket tried to separatethe Clerk A. J. of THOMAS Circuit: Court of 101 leaves Stance 7:00 a. m.

THIS QUICK TEST. state tribunal ruled an attack on two fighters, and screamed. Bradford County, Florida. No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p. m.

Get a email bottle Barbol-QuadrupU, the law Instigated by Bessie Pelll- "Think you're tough eh?" I I-2I-.II-2-4.:: Seaboard Airline Railway.

cer of Jacksonville who contended mocked Tlmmie. He drew back I
a colorless liniment. For simpleBroltra :\OTI4'F OP ,U.FJ" OP TAX T J. GRIFFIN Agent.
apply twice dally. It quickly dancing by patrons at her place of his right fist took careful measurement t'iirt FiCAT1's
nuppllee substance needed by the
thyroid gland. Thousands have been business brought her no profit and let fly a blow that NOTICR IS HKnEBV GIVEN that
relieved.. Uet more Information at The court said evidence showedthe hit the other boy In the left eye It!. C. Mweeney ha. filed with me : HERB.HE I J(If!
most drug tore.... Note: Mm. }o'. H. written request. that the tax certificate -
Baker Box 241)), Uunodln, Flu., sayx."I four-bedroom place operatedby and sent him sprawling to the' tuxether with all HUbxeiliient When dizziness
waa relieved 14 yearn ago. I will the woman was "not a board- floor tmiltled, or levied taxes. held. headache sour
tell or write my experience to any- by the Slate be ndvertlxed and Hold Itomarh, biiiouinett, nausea, lack of
one." Locally at Carpenter* Drug Ing house lodging house or ho- (To be continued) to the highest, bidder for cash a.
Store. tel" which are subject to a licenseof I I provided' by tonne, Bill 391 of the ,rppetite, and limleuneM, or that tired
--- 19.17) .acts of the I.enlxlatni-e. upon
feeling associated of
50> cents a year for each roomin 'r S \OTICK OP 'ntf.l.; OK TAXI 'I' I the followlnfr i dnxcrlbi'd ral I estate' are symptoms

COLDS which they have beds for 10 or I v -5t:_ 1:111 IKirTrOMNOTIfFS : I In t the County of 111'uil ford, Htale of 'emporary constipation HERBINH
0 0 I IS HKIIEMY! I IrItIt'.n relief. It
more persons. They are not re- ] I fill bring u strictly a vege-
6 Cl. Hupp bun I me Com. lR6'd... I R of NW 'or of
00 quired to pay the special license )I : rvtiuext that I..the tax rerHfkiileH -' NIof' Nii: a i Klin, /:2yl"! : I / 'IYdH. able medicine, free from harsh nun.
FEVERflr.t ___ together with all mihHpuent 8 IflU) Vdx, W H2 ,
Tablet. to permit dancing by their pa (| omitted or l..vlt Naive. first darHMdark trons. : Cricket tried to tepa- I he Stilt he a,lv..rtlxnrl and Hold 71 II 22 K, containing 3 Acres
t Won* I)rop4 minute --.- :* rats She tu/ofightirs provided liy Idiuxe lull 3'KI! of the The ,taxes to he Hold n ,re evidenced I and other drug store.
The Chinese alphabet has 2,400characters. 1D3T arts nf the J.fKlHlatm-e. upon by cvrtlflcnte NOH 4'I5) of 1934: re-
Try "Hub-Mr-Thm"' _\\urld-i. Heat and tenanted. list following ,.,'......II..d ,'<*,ill 1 estate xpect, lvc Liniment I In the County of l1a'.. I :' both Inclu-
I I Florida. to-wll : Hlve, )nmoutit: ,: ',1f.o 1i'l8.: OlD MATTRESSES MADE
_- I /Hi.,, of SKM See l7! Tp. 6 S. n. Suld tax certlflcntva together with NEW KegurdleM of condition
31 I t R containing, 80 Ac,- .. all omitted Levied.
BOREE FUNERAL' HOME '' moro HiihxtMiuent or
New filattreaneit Made to order
I 1 ni 1 less.Tite .. I taxes will be Holil to, the highest I '

Full Urn of Caskets & Undertaker* Supplies maid who was more amiable ton," said Cricket with a curtsey. I,i ,taxes, to, .he Hold are evidenced l iildir! at the. Court houxe door In Let us convert your old mattress -
; AMBULANCE 8ERVICK | i Ioy i-rrtiricHte Nun. 84 of 1'J.III: re- Htarka on tile 4th day of February Into new type inner spring
L ] than intellectual. "Tubby Wells Hoot Myer, Bones' 'lecIlveiy i ( und rt'preHtnt taxes. foi' I ITN! :! ar II I :UO) o'clock A. M.
DAY AND mattress. Our are rea
NIGHT I prices
Donovan Dick Reid and Boots I the in.14 to 1 I1J7, boll Inclu- Dated. thin the 15th day of Jan
"May I see !Mr! Timothy Connelly yenm
L 53 PHONE 53 I"... Riiioiintlntf, ,, to f&2 16. I uary. 10.1HlOFFUMAl.. sonable. Satisfaction Guaran-
queried Roger. :MacGulre. IoII'J"I.)
C O. H. BENNETT, Mgr. 10/ : Com at S'I U Cor of 8BV' A. J. 'THOMAS teed.!
I"A HOME-LIKE: INSTITUTION" "Ay don't see why not" answered Four of the jockeys acknowledged of sit; See 24! & n"nV 375 t'ierk" of Circuit Court, of Quick Service
the maid. the introduction with curt ft. Thence. N. 243 ft to a Pt of Ilrndford County, Florida
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II:, If. thrnre N 47S ft W 360 ft I 1-21-.1I-2--I
She pointed to an antiquated nods. The fifth yelled out: /H 47H ft K 2flO ft to pt of III'*. Mattress CompanyFactory

I which accommodated "Take 'im away and bring on 4 Acre In NI''M: of 1'i'l Hei' 2') 'n IIP OK 381 Park St.
hall rack 'J'". 6 *4. It. 23 Jo:., containing. 4 ><>TM Htl..l T\X : .
FUNERAL DIRECTOR umbrellas on one side and had aBort the food." Act ex, more or IHM. teni'tvit'.a't'i'sNO1'I'E JACKSONVILLE, FLA.We ..

: My Many Yean Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render of bench In the middle. It "I've looked forward lo meeting The luxeH to lie xold are evidenced IH: IIFJtI': flY GIVEN that call for and deliver; just
l hI' 'frtlflfHtuM Nox 474 Hnd 1274 of .
I I'J.; I MutlhewH! has filed with m
was the only seating contrivance you gentlemen." said Roger with Uin flint, IH.1.1!' rexpfrtlvvly. and rcp- written reciuext that the tax cerllflcnteM drop us) a card.ai'iii.
EFFICIENT PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICES r tx.>iit .the unpaid taxes. for the ti>KTi>iher. with all xulixeiiuent -
MODERATE PRICES In sight. so Roger cautiously genuine cordiality. "I'm acquainted years I'M: I to I II37.! both Inclimlve, omitted or levied taxes. held

I squatted down there.In with several jockles at homo" amount, I nir to $77 11!>. by the State be advertised und Hold
DeWITT C. JONES "Pull down vest!" cried one Huld tax "certlflcat together' with lo the. hlKhext"" bidder for cnxh an .
Starke Florida a moment he became awareof your nil Hiil, >xi> the Bound of piano music com of the boys. taxes will) I h. nold. lo the hlffht.xt 1 IVI7: acts of the iegi'iature' uimn,
bidder at the. Courtliouxn door In the .llnwliif' dexcrlbed real extuteIn To net Hid of AriiiMm

.... .. .___ ... ... ..- ... .... ,... _uBEASLEY'S ing from the adjacent room. The "Why, I don't believe I'm wear- /14)',.,'ke on I the 4lh' day of >.'ebi'uary, the County of Bradford State of ] Pouonoua W aata }
player finishing a Beethoven prac- Ing a vest" returned Roger awkwardly tl)1S lit 11.00 I : it'flork A. M.Ihitfrt Klorliiu, to-wlt:
I 1 thin the 16lli day of January Your kidney Imtp to k-n SO"" ...-(,
tice sonata, swerved into a lively 1035.l'i"j1t'IAL) t.il 1. 2. :'I t of Btk 17. I.lvlnB- By tonatandy Altering" w 4t. neil SERVICE STATION SEAT! ) Rton. Trilby & ('0'.. Addition toHiililte from th* blueS It your kHni v. tf..tfunctionally
In time. yielded averted .
Roger Further
piece swing "ribbing" was
I I In' W".j nf NIO' of See dlflordarml and full tarvmav
A. J.
I I to the temptation to get up and when Mother Ralph entered, bear- Clerk of THOMAS.Clruult 'ourt of 28 'Vp. 6 U. It. 23 K. ._ Imp un.I.... ihnr may !..

TRY OUR SEln'ICEND BE CONVINCED II peek. Ing a steaming; roast She was Ilrudfurd County Florida.i21It24. The tuxe, to be void are evidenced' of body-will::.onloq: nl dlfltrwM.Bumlnf lh.. whol system sad I
hv certlflcutvH' NOH 47.1 and I 1113 I
S I' He saw a cute little snub-nosed followed by Hilda, with 'potatoes lf 30 R.n" 1113.1: respectively and represent Ion may, bo Konly S warning or too oleo.fraqnunt... kldo oHJit yor -

"S ATLAS girl In pigtails engrossed In the Job and vegetables. The boys sat with N01'U'.J OP WAI.M. .Ml' TAX tuxen for the yearn. 1929 to bladiivr d tot,of banco.;:
.' .. amounting to
4'R'rlF.: ,.: I 1117. both inclusive, You may oulfiir nagirlnf. oarhavho."
I' of adding sound rather than hare forks and knives poised In greedy NOTICR IS HIOUKHV lIVEN that (80.78. ...._a.headache,.u.....ol if ualnoio.totting .
mony to her number. As she bent expectation. Mother Ralph turnedto A. II. tlrren hn" filed with nm written Haiti tax certificates together with up .1..... _IUD.. BalftnoMmlw
request that the. tax certlflf'iitemtoKethwr all subsequent omitted or L..vl..d .. the .yo<-lul woak. aorvouo aM
to the left she caught a reflectionof look around the table severely. with all ntit "" _ Tires Unconditionally Guaranteed for 1 Vear and Months: taxes will FIot.-
( ouok II ..... .. ..
Roger In the mirror and "Mr. Calverton will be served or levied taxes held by the Stale bendvnrtlxed at the Courthoune door In \ OUM, lo raly S
MdMno lIst koo won onui< '_
S STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS first" she said. "May I have and Hold. to the highestthilder Starke un the 4th duy of February. ......1.. tkaa on "fably ._
' abruptly stopped."I for cash an provided by I t/l8.! : ul II 1 1no: o'clock A. !M. known., VM OoiC lbl.1I1- -
%%'ASIIUNOPOUSILINGWAXKNGOREASINOS beg your pardon" said Roger, your plate Mr. Calverton,"' house Pill 396! of the 1937 sets of riate.l. this the 1 5lli day "of Junuury t..cs .of 5Ta15151 p ople nsuaas4 mDOANS
"Mrs. If don't mind" the I.i-KlKlature upon the followingriemTllifd It18.IUFF1CIAI. 0-.. .. A.S _. ::
r in some embarrassment. "I calledto Ralph. you 1 real eState In the County SEAL

Call 60 For Road Service see Mr. Donovan." 9ak1 Rog
to be served In turn." wit: Clfrk of "'1'' till' ,i'.im ot
"You're English aren't you prefer tlF.of: NK:'', Hoc 2 Tp H S II. l.ludfoid. I 1'iMiiilFloi,, '.Ida.
Easy Payment Plan On Tires and Batteries parried the girl making a clearly Mother Ralph smiled in assent 22 !I.!., containing, 40 AIM-OX more. I I.H-\ 2.1 I

LACY CONWAY FLORIDA MOTOR LINES AGENT apparent dtductlon. and turned with Hilda to go (o n,' I"Ha.Tho .
tnxex to t In'> Hold ulo otldillrH .. -
"Yes. My name Is Roger. Cal- I the kitchen. Scarcely had the I liv certificate No,,. 160' und 844 of -

verton. shadow of her form left the door- 1928,and 193.1: reHpi-ctlvely and repI'eet I -
taxes for the y..oraPlt1 to
"Mine's Cricket West. Do all way than the boys dived wildly !19'11.f '! both I Incltixlve amounting, I Florida's

[,, English boys wear those kind of I at the platter of meat. Cricket I1S4.!>2.ALSO. : NK:", or NR'-, & W'a' of t"l -, _._

STOP pants ?" rapped one of them over the NK'j' NWI, of "'I I' H' ". .' Ti| Greatest

for a pause "Is there anything wrong with : knuckles and he relinquished one 6 ACFHM R It.more 23 ij or:.. less fiintiilnlliK. 11,0 I S Winter

of his two slices In favor of Roger. _
them? I The tnxex to he Hold ar< evidenced I I R A
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Non. 1"0 of
But Roger was hardly aware of by .rIlfi'utpa 1D2X I
but knees
"No don't your get of 10:13: and 083 of 1 I'tU.'l, renpocti vely, Event/
cold ?" j I this. Timmie Donovan had just "1,1 represent. the tuxeffoi the -. -

GO don't evaded come In. Roger rose, and Cricket year 1127 to t:031.:' both lifltiKlveuniotintlnK ,,
"They seem to
to f 129.20
Roger "You play the piano awfully introduced him. Tlmmle. however Maid tax certificates. t<>K..thei with TAMPAALLFLORIDA
refreshed7'1 well.' proceeded quickly to the table and all I I *uhN<*fuent| omitted I 01 (,evltdriDcin .
| will Im Hold 1 to .Hip highest
"I should. Aunt Eadle pays stacked up his plate before makIng bidder at the Courthouxn. d....' In

three dollars apiece for my I les any response. Then he turned Htarke on the 28 day of litim/ s "V I'A Jan.25Feb
I 11M4.:,: at 1 II 1 ::0il n'clm A !M
sons. Course what you hear Isn't curtly to the British boy. Dated this the 8th day of Janu- A A

) really my best" "Who let you in, English? he u ry. UI:18.
tfl (Ofo'FICIAII'I'"C,)
SS Without further delay It was asked. A. J. TIIOMAH, SCHOOL DAY

made clear that "Aunt Eadle was "Mrs. Ralph Invited be to din. Clerk of Circuit Court, nf A FEB-lrCHILDREN FREE !
.. Ilrndford County Florida,
y none other than Mother Ralph. ncr said Roger. "But I came I-U-It-I.28.: I

< The sharp-eyed proprietress of the out here to see you."
O'I'H'.1 4>P 5 41.5: OP T \;
"Me? What about ? .
boarding-house swept Into the ( Kin lr-M' \-|'rNOTICR :" ,
room from the hall. Sizing "Grandfather wanted me to ask IS HKItKIIV. I1IVR.V that ] Bronchial
up Alrn. J. Ij. Frnxne has flied I with me i Coughs
-d' S the newcomer as a prospective you If you'd consider riding The wrItten request; that the tux, <:ertlflutH I .
I i tenant she said: 1'ookah In the American Cup." t together with all Htitixeiiient|
omitted or levlf'd taxes. heM. by the .
"Ride the what ? asked Timmie. /Htitte, be Hdvertfxed. and xold to th"1 i

: DANGEROUS forgetting for the moment to eat. highest bidder for cash all provldmlhv Need Creomulsion
lloune HIM alt!l of ''h.' 19:17: ,a'tsof .
r. I... .1.l i>Krrou.. (n Hell M IIVI'I- "Punker supplied one of the the irlxlature. upon the tOllow.1 I
TITH fnr WMI Jmt to make three 01b boys. "Punker'n any other horse Inir Hcrlhed real estate Just & common cough a chest get a real- dose of genuine Beecnwood- -
5k '-a _- -" f..... reels m....., Iistomr. 5rP ,.OUC on the track. County of llradford, /State of Flor- cold or a bronchial irritation of today Creosote which is palatable and can
..t assets| lone them and you low I Id.i I-WI t: *
yi.... tiuMlnem*. MMI I..* worth threeor "I think you'll find sir" said lx>t. 3 4 of Rlk 32 J M .fob,MX., may lead to serious trouble tomorrow even be taken frequently and continuously
I IA i I r"ur th..... as. miirh. an n Ml DM11. Addition/ to Htarke In III':'. ofHVV4 They may be relieved now by both adults and children..
Tl'IK.: Roger stiffly "that The Pookah Hec. 2* Tp U H. It. 22 K with Creomulalon. an emulsified Creomulalon is one preparation
I I will prove his ability on the day The taxes to he wold are evidenced,, Creosote that 13 pleasant to take. that goes to. the very seat of ther

It'. Ca.y To Bo Mistaken About of the race. If you don't like his liy rertlflCHteii NOD 4KS) and lout of Creomulsion is a medicinal com trouble to help loosen and expel tho-
4 Why travel tired and thlrtty, when all toad leadI 1930! and l t'JH.I rexpnrtlvely, and reprcxent I" bination designed to aid nature In germ-laden phlegm. When coughs.
STOMACH TROUBLESomach name you'll admire the way he taxes, for the years IU29 to soothing and healing Infected mucous chest colds and bronchial trouble_
1 to the familiar red cooler and the pure, wholesome I 1017. both Inclunlv. amounting to ,
bottle of Coca-Cola. U tot.14. membranes by allaying Irrita. due to common colds-hang on, geta
frosty i
refreshment a BulTerera should learn the "Where" did you pick up his $aid I tux '.erUt...-...... toirether. with I tion and Inflammation and by bottle of Creomulsion from your

truth about ULCERS, GAS. ACID. name? countered Tlmmle. nil nuhtitriuent omitted or Levied aiding in loosening and expelling druggist use It as directed and If
1I I (INDIGESTION<: belching.heartburn, taxes will be Hold to the highest I the germ-laden phlegm. you are not satisfied with the relief
constiontion etc.. due to excess *cid.FrtE "The Pookah was named after a bidder at the Courthouve door In The Medical Profession has for obtained the druggist is authorized
furl coal black stallion in an old Irish Hiarke on the 211 lh day of January. refund of
<< UDGA Booklet contain! many years recognized the beneficial to every cent your money.
J 11:00 o'clock A. M ,
19.11 at
STARKE COCA-COLA "f interest Tbe9th edition justoitthe legend," said Roger seriously. I (JRt.,1 this: the .lh day of Janu effect of Beechwood Creosote In Creomulsion Is one word-not two.

I '>res, may prove your first step to hap. "He was the finest and most beau. the treatment of coughs,chest colds, and It has no hyphen In It. Ask for
.I BOTTLING COMPANY II .y s torn an com fort!Clip thin remind ([r..II'JI.L: SEAL: ) and bronchial irritations A special It plainly, see that the name on the
.>,u tl) ask for the UDGA Booklet aiCARPENTER'S tiful horse that ever lived. It was'' A. 3. THOSIAS.Clerk process was worked out by a chemist, bottle is Creomulsion. and you'll

said he could clear the width of t' of Circuit Court at, 'inradford for blending Creosote with other ingredient get the genuine product and the relief -
DRL'O STORE Ireland in two jumps." 1-14-31-1-18. J and now In Creomulalon you I that you want. (Advj 9

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'::1 AnK- EIGHT _-. _. -BRADFORD-- .- .... .. .' .-. .-. '" -. '". .---... ,.-.-- -- ,
---- '- '- -
-- -- -- MISSION HAUL I 19( 1']., containing 40 Acres Moreor bidder at the OnurthouHij, ,, ,.,, ,
DISCOUNT PLANS FOR BIRTHDAYBALL lees. Hlnrke on the 4th day .>f |.-, I '"'
'I" ,
SMALL Inexhaustible in it's supply of' The Inxen. to be noM are evidencedby 1938, at 11:00: o'clock AM '' i
= Bradford County TelegraphEstablished STILL GOOD COMPLETED food for the soul"The Word" which Hucrtively certificates", and Non.represent 34 of taxes 1988 re-for narv hated, .t.h". the lBth dtt'' ," I III"

1877 was taught In all it's beauty, sim- the yeiirv. 11132) to 11137. both Inclusive i (OFFICIAL SEAL)
COLLECTORS REPORT SLOW (Continued from Page; One) plicity and power Tuesday night amounting to $51,f 0. A. J. THOMAS I
who wish to merely watch "'ahtliX cerllflcaleM together with Clerk of Circuit .
GOING DURING or left In the mind of the hearers omitted Levied < n'nit1NOTICH ,' ,r
t MEMBERRInAPRESS DECEMBER Tickets have already been placedon that the WORD is a living force in taxes. will he sold to the highest 1-21.3t-2-4.HrR Store, bidder at the CVurthoums door In
at Drug
ASSOCIATION \ sale Carpenter's the world, having power to trans- Staike on I the 4th day of February,
It'8 not too late to get a discount Leila's Beauty1 Salon, the Public form the lives of those who hearand 1IMX, at 11'00: o'clock A, M, OF AI'Pl.lfVHON yea
on 1937 city, slate and coun- Library er.d tae jprodford County Doled this the U.lli day of Jan- TAX KKIJ:
._ "3JOtwa.td 3lotida'e discount to hetd. Words, set In motion, niirv, 10IIX.OKKU'IAL! : (Senate Hill No. Kl.'l: )
ty taxes Two percent Telegraph The public is urged are really the power behind all ( SEAT'! ) NOTICM: : -ri,.,
la allowed on all 1937 taxes If buy them in advance In order to has said that "of A. J. THOMAS, John 1*. Redgraves holder. YH TH
things. Someone rirculi Court of Certificate No. 3S4. f
Cleik issued
Published Weekly -on }Fridays and 'Entered as Second Class paid before February 1, and a one avoid confusion at the door. our unspoken word we are ulster Hrudford County, 1o'\ul'ld"\ day. of August A, IJ. 1931 hoe Hi. :,'rl
percent discount If paid during Receipts go to aid In the nation- word Is master of 1-21-31-2-4. same In my office and Imn inai, ,
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida No discount on taxes our spoken application for a tax deed i u> bt
February. wide fight that is being waged us" and so it is, but there Is stilla 1\O'I'U"1 ov HIM or TAX Issued thereon Said certlflcuti MB
.. after March 1, and taxes become against Infantile paralysis. Several WORD by which all are I C.Kll: 'UKK."'1'1':14: braces, the following demi-llicd 11//.,p."'
, E. "Matthews. :____:____:" _______ _:. _Editor and Owner delinquent In June on city taxes children in this section have greater needsto NOTICE IM Iii:itl'BY mVEN thatJ erty In the County of nuiilf"' ',
and this Word Slate of Florida to-wit
to be Judged, of 1'- :
C. Terrell, Adinlnlwtintor
... 1 for state and county -
-- '" -- -- -- and on April already been. helped by receipts be studied and known, for ignorance I title of II. !t. llrown has filed with not 3 of Rile 2, Temples Add h,-

I SUBSCRIPTION.--. ---- -HATE----- .. from previous Birthday Balls held la Tin,,_ AYOI1MA with..,___ God. Ills" written request| 'u.that. the_"tax_...cer-. 6 tlon p ___to, _Hlnrke. u,,,, _In. NK"/4 .of.. N\\. '',
----- tax collector, -- titlrate. tnaelher WIlll nil Buiincrduent oc \>n wi > w NL/r w Fly
Carl city
here. There were visitors from vari- omitted or" levied taxes held A W' Cor of SE% of wv.I or
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance said! "the brakes were put on tax I __. besides "the by I the State be advertliivd and Hold Met'lion 28 Township 0 South', I
this month," meaning that ous churches regu to the highest. bidder for each BH Range 22 Cast.
i1 Advertising Rates on Application paying Tax Inspector Here lars' who( are standard bearers of provided by lloune. 13111 31HI of the The assessment. of the said 'pi on...,
collections were very slow. 1937 act of the .miniature, upon arty under the said certificate b I .
collections of state and county State Weight Inspector, W. L.I the work of the Mission. Among the following described real entatc sued. was In the name of Mrs C"II"

AN ANNUAL EVENT COMES: ROUND AGAIN levies were very slow, also, due to Irvin, assisted by Jailor Ben those from out-of-town of Lake was Butler.Mrs In Florida the County, to-wit:of Bradford State of Carter.Unless said certificate shall IJtr..II..m..1 '

the necessity of buying: automobile Rowe, spent Monday and until C H. Register, Hike A, n, C, D Stumps Addition according; to law, (theprol''I.ty
Next Friday night Bradford Countians will have their tags said C. A. Knight county tax noon Tuesday engaged here in The service next week will be to Htarke In SV4 of I!Ii;'/. described therein will bi
In charge of the Rev. G E Cut- of NKVi of Sec 29 Ti. 6 8, II. sold to the highest bidder at the
t annual opportunity of aiding a great cause, at the same time collector i watching for overloaded transport 22 I;;., court house door on the firstday Miti' ,.1/
Starke. shaw and a spiritual feast Is in In the month of IIIl\r..h, !1931
r having the time of their lives, all at no more cost than is trucks on through store for those who attend. There The taxes to bt cold are evidenced which !18 the 7th. day of Merck. 1931'
E. J. King Dies It was reported yesterday by Mr. I l hy certificates NOM. 813 and 1261 of Hated thin 19th day of .Tanuan),
evening's entertainment. will be some special numbers in 1933 and 1933 pectlvely, and represent 1938.
usually spent on an Elder J. King, 63, well-known Rowe, that only two trucks were i taxes for the years 1931
We refer to the Eirthday Ball for the President, which Starke farmer, died at his home stopped and weighed during the music, also. 1937, both Inclusive amounting (OFFICIAL A J.SEAL THOMAS) *
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley attended 1146.40. 10//
r three four has been an annual event here Tuesday night. He was a two day inspection either of Hold tax certificate. together Cleik of CircuIt Court' ',r 1
for the past or years native of Columbia County. them were overweight. No trucks the Baptist Convention in all NubNt'cjuent. omitted or *" Bradford County Floilda
the entire United States. Previous Jacksonville last week.Episcopal taxes will be sold to the highest l-2l-5t-2-L8,
here as well as throughout Survivors are his wife, Mrs, passing through here have been
balls are remembered with a great deal of pleasure by the Mary Elizabeth King one son, found overloaded In more than two .

large crowds that have always attended here. It is the one Edgar E. King of Tampa, a daughter months it was stated ChurchThe
Mrs. H. D. Abernathy of -- .-- morning prayer and sermon *
time of year, above all others, when folks dress up and come Starke one brother, J. A. King, I Women Employed will be held at St Mark's Episcopal -

out to see and be seen, enjoy a few hours of dancing and en- and a sister, Mrs Emma Kirkland Miss Ruth Johnson supervisorof Church Sunday morning at 11 ? )!

tertainment, and renew acquaintances that are refreshingand both of Tampa Women's work projects in this o'clock. Church school and confirmation
Masonic funeral services were said that three Instruction will be held at
inspiring. county yesterday
held Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: additional women workers were 10 o'clock. Litany and choir prac- *
The big party here this year will appeal to all classes o'clock and Interment was In Santa added to the Starke sewing rooms tice will be held Friday night at

dancers and non-dancers alike. Everyone will want to watch Fe Cemetery. He was a member Wednesday when the work-week 7:30 o'clock.

And take part in the old-fashioned spelling bee that will begin of the Baptist Church. began. Nlvrl'F"
This brings the total of women NOTICE IS HEKEHY OIVKN' that
i i in the evening and continue until it is time for *.
early I Receives Funds employed by work centers in the George Johns of Starke. Florida,
has applied under the act of De
other festivities to begin. "Spelling down" one another will It was announced at the officeof county and women's work projectsto ceml>..r 22, 192M! (45 stat" 1(69). to
minds of the older 100 Miss Johnson said. purchase. the SWV4 3WV; See 23, T.S ,
I recall some vivid memories to the genera- Superintendent A. J. Griffis i \\I ". It. 20 E., Tal. M, Florida, claim.
tion, and will settle once and for all the question as to who yesterday that Bradford County's Ing All: under color of title
pernons claiming the lands ad
apportionment of state funds for Attends Fish Fry
best the folks or their mothers and vernely will be allowed until March
are young this month to the amount of $8- Members,of the Hampton Sew- 4, 1938. to file In this office theirobjection
fathers? 807.11 received this week and to the Issuance of pat..ntunder
was ing room gave a fish fry at Bed- said application, ropy of notice
r So it looks as if a big night lies just ahead. Put on your will be deposited to the local school ford lake Tuesday, where about to h. served on applicant.
newest finery and come to the Woman's Club in the knowl- board fund. fourteen of the seventeen workers Acting- Assistant Commissioner
attended. Four guests were from 1-21-01-2-18.
edge that not only will you be having a good time, but you Card Of ThanksWe Starke Including Miss Ruth John- NOTIfK! OF APPLICATION FOR

will also be aiding in the nation-wide fight against infantile I wish to express our appreciation son, county women work center TAX nnKD
(senate BUI No. Iflat
paralysis. for the expressions of sym- supervisor. NOTICe IS: HEUEDY GIVEN That
pathy and kindness shown to us Pouter Shi Smith, holder of Tax: Certificate
o No. 624, litRtied the 7th day
during our recent bereavement.We NOTICE of A. D. 1933\ has
August filed sameIn
DOES VANITY DISQUALIFY A PARENT? are also very grateful for the I will be at the following named my office and haft. made application -
for a tax deed to be iHHued
Testimony offered in some divorce cases does very littleto beautiful flowers that were sucha places on the days and dates stated thereon. Said certificate embraceathe
comfort to us. herein for the purpose of receivingtax following described property In
uphold the dignity of our courts. In fact, some of the. Mrs. R A. Thomas and family returns, also applications for the County wit of Bradford. State" of
Florida to- :
grounds offered by married couples seeking to sever the I ___ homestead exemptions: Kmitheant Quarter of Snutheant
Bus AidedFood Quarter of Section 23: Townnhlp
bonds of matrimony are so ridiculous that it is hard to understand Lawtey Tuesday p. m., Feb. I, 7 South' Range 21 Had: containing -
I and drinks are being sold Theressa, Wednesday a. m. 40 Acres, more or letn
how a judge can keep a straight face while listeningto ? The aMenKment. of the Raid properly -
In booths at the B. H. S. Field Feb. 2.Hampton, under the said certificate Is-
them. Day today for the benefit of deficit Wednesday p. m, ned was In the name of Unknown Mr. PresidentYOU
Unless acid certificate shall be
For instance, in one of those grotesque Hollywood cases, in bus drivers' fund. Feb 2. ac<>oidlnff to law, the prop-redeemed -
Graham, Thursday a. m., Feb 3. erty described therein will be sold
a witness testified that Frank Fay, former husband of Barbara to the hlKhext bidder at the courthotiHu
MRS. EMILY FRISBEE DIES Brooker, Thursday p. m., Feb 3.
d'lir the flrnt Monday In
; Stanwyck, is not a fit companion for their five-year-old Mrs. Emily Frisbee 74 years I New River, Friday a. m., Feb 4. the month of on March, 101H! ,, which I. MIGHT LIKE TO KNOW

son because (among other things) : Once when Fay, equippedwith old, lifelong resident of Middle- Please arrange to see me eitherat the 192anted 7th day this of 19th March day, 1938.of January

a new set of false teeth, took his son to a football game burg died in her home Tuesday one of above named places, or
morning following a prolonged ill- in Tax Assessor's office In Court OFFICIAL SEA)
he (Fay) insisted on standing, bowing and smiling widely at THOMAS:
ness Funeral services were held House before April 1.Respectfully. fellow spectators-so they could see his new teeth. Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock 1-21-51-2-18.flied" fold County Florida

Surely, if anyone has! been seeking the "reductio adabsurdum" i In the Middleburg church and interment E. W. HAYES,
i was In the church! cemetery Tax: Assessor Bradford County. ::110'1'11 Of H\I.K f>V T\\ BRADFORDCOUNTY
in divorce case testimony, this is it. Since when. 1-21--2t rEII'I'IFI<'''T'I
did pardonable pride in a new set of false teeth prove a man The former Miss Emily Tedderwas ??._.?,L _A. Olive Matheny! has filed with m"

an unfit companion for hij rive: year-old son? There isn't born in Middleburg and was NOTICE OF TEACHERS EXAMS UftcateH written request together that with the all tax subsequent cer--
married to Gasden Frisbee whom Examinations for teachers will omitted or levied taxes held
one of us who hasn't smiled a little more broadly after visiting hy l the State be advertised. and Bold
she survived, and four sons, all be held in the Courthouse in
f the dentist for the semi-annual cleaning; who hasn'tmade living in Middleburg, were born to Starke February 3, 4 and 5. to provided the hivhept l hy Hnimn bidder Hill for 396! each of the as

our hands unnecessarily conspicuous if them. Funeral A. J. GRIFFIS 10,17 acts. of the Legislature, upon
sporting a new arrangements were the following described real estateIn .

ring; or who hasn't felt the urge to attend church a little In charge Home of of the Jacksonville Key-McCabe Funeral 1-21-2t Sup't Bradford' County Schools. Florida the County, to-wit of: Bradford, State of I WILL BE

stronger than usual if a new outfit of clothes has just been i Sli: of NE'.4 Seo. 13 Tp, 7 S. R.

bought.As far as we can see, the only guilt shown by the tooth. I I CELEBRATINGWITH

displaying Fay was the age-old fault of vanity. There wouldbe '

a lot of childless homes and homeless children if the courts 1)) \ YOU AT THEWoman's

ever decided that this universal trait made a parent an unfit

', companion for his off-spring.

() f,a- _,,,..,... -- Club., --


recent issue of the picture magazine Life contained a FRIDAY NIGHTJAN.

pictorial review of the fight against tuberculosis. Probablythe I

most startling revelation, to many people, is the fact '

that climate has little or no bearing on modern treatment of 28BIRTHDAY

this disease. Virtually every state and county in the Unionis .

equipped to competently care for tuberculosis patients. e f t lG' 1ee

Yet tragically, thousands of sufferers continue to flock to BALLAND

the locality which public belief has wrongly taught them to --

think is of greatest value. -

Each year hundreds upon hundreds of unfortunates.

.. forsake home and family, or worse, bring their families with I l"vide 1
:. them and spend their last cent reaching the deserts of the -

\ Southwest. Upon arrival they are ineligible for local aid ffO.

and can do nothing but wait in poverty-for death. At home BEE

I they could in most cases have secured prompt and effective
\ Come In! It's a wlu3-c!>Ut r.-.:'I':es them easier to puncture. Once
aid from the state either of which is
county for
tlon. There are no conditions no ifs. each week or oftener. if you like let

just such' cases.Don't We offer you great many absolutely us cleck them for you. It takes only a BILL BOSWELL and His Orchestra
let such a horrible mistake wreck your family.
free-and extremely valuable-services.!! minute two.-

o .
NO USE IS BAD USE OF MONEYOf Batteries are usually "out of si1.t"; A weak fan-belt may cause a lot of -- '

] In the average car. But don't neglect trculle:" at the most inconvenient time Spelling Bee Begins at 8 O'clock1st I !

all the ill uses to which money is put, perhaps none yours. Months of extra service may and place. While we fill your radiator

;1 is worse than simply hoarding it with no other purpose in result from regular attention-vvliich: we look at your fan belt Manywe Prize, $2.50 Cash f

: mind than the empty physical knowledge of having it about.If gladly give free. other services are free to you. Dancing Begins 9:30 O'clock

If ; money Is spent-even though for evil things-it might i
Tires are often worn out long! be Tore How can we make our offer more -- .
later be turned
1: into better channels and eventually benefit
Home deserving they should be. Under-InflatIon clear: ? We &give you this wide-open

person. taks:! the life out invitation. These services are free. Admission
One of the most amazing cases of senseless hoarding of them-and 'Y Come in today :

of came to light last week when two aged sisters, living in poverty For Dance &

in Washington D. C., were found to have had $10,000 Spelling Bee _$1 Couple

',2 r in cash secreted in mattresses, tin cans, pillows, and other tR For Spelling Bee Only._ __25c Each

si places in their dingy rcom. The discovery was::! made when r

'' the sisters were taken, to a hospital recently, ill from exposure

P and undernourishment. Tickets On Sale At

V Even the dollar lost by the gambler has a greater chance PUBLIC LIBRARY

: of eventually doing good than the money foolishly hoarded H. H. Houston LEILA'S BEAUTY SALON

by these sisters who were literally starving themselves to Service Station O. L. Beasley Service Station CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE

a death in the midst of plenty. !MADISON AND WALNUT STREETS

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