Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02630
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 28, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:02630
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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PLANTING I Fy8 '1fi1, ARE NAMED for county offices SALARIES MEET TONIGHT '

JON + have until April 8 to qualify

Clerk of the Court A. J. Thomas -

said yesterday. In order to qual-

Wjjuggests' Use Of Palms, To Be Held Thursday, fy! a candidate must file his Found To Be Contrary Old and Young Plan To

jm Magnolias and 1rn Friday Saturday, oath his first expense statement To Local Charter Attend BirthdayBall
I i and must also pay a filing: fee

Hr CamphorsONE Feb. 10, 11, 12 equal 1 to three percent of the annual Provisions Here

I salary of the office and an -


two percent of the!! annual salary. :
BEAUTIFICATION DRIVE9r ( The latter fee is 11:1(00: for county
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candidates by the'county cxocui -- -
In the midst of "Clean-Up and ti Three dates that women of this i, Live committee. I j At Its regular meeting here last Interest Is running high In the .

BcnutLricatlon Days," designated section have been eagerly waitingto I' The executive committee: should I week the City Council rescinded a I old-fashioned spelling bee being

i)Jocally aa the period from Janu- I learn were definitely set this | meet not Inter than March 15 to previous action raising salaries of staged at the Woman's Club tonight

B'ary 23 to February 3, R. F Clark week by the Telegraph. The mo- I I make this assessment, and should / its five members to $23: a month. I (Friday) In connection with

'Chairman of the general beautlfl- < State's Attorney J. C. Adkins tion picture cooking school "The I file u copy of their resolution with It was found that the new salary\ the annual Birthday Ball for the

Cation committee paused to make 1 was in Starke Saturday at which I Bride Wakes Up" will be held I I the clerk of the circuit court not i bill was contrary to provisionsof I I The Rev Dr Lewis Seymour President. The spellers will line

',; 'the following suggestion to citljraens !- | time he made formal announce- Thursday Frladay and Saturday 1 later than March 20. the City Charter which state Mudge. of Philadelphia, the Stated up promptly at 8 o'clock and
11 and 12. It will i I that councilmen shall not raise Clerk of the General Assemblyof make heroic efforts to be the last
cooperating In the movement ment of his candidacy to succeed | February 10 Candidates for the State Supreme I
|here: I|himself In the office he has held j be shown Thursday morning at 10 II j Court must qualify sooner I or lower their salaries during the the Presbyterian Church In the one left standing and win the
'o'cloctr, afternoon at 3:30 present term of office. Raises United States of America will deliver $2.50 cash prize.J. .
t "The idea of encouraging general : for four terms. Friday ) than anyone else The deadline | I
i! o'cloc ', and Saturday morning at for other municipal employees an address In the Presbyterian H. Benson, who will out.
planting of trees and shrubs ofIV Mr. Adkins Is well known here. 'I ; [ give
'110 Candidates I also I Church here Tuesday night, the
type that present a full green He was born in 1881 near Lake o'clock. I were revoked. words has been bcsclged this

oltage all year through Is recom- Butler In what Is now Union County i I| Going to school In a theater! allowed until March 31 to pay j At this meeting Dr. M. B. Her- February 1. week by prospective contestants

. Knended. Magnolias camphors I,1 and was then part of Bradford.He Its a grand way to combine fun, I i their fees and file their state- I long presented an ordinance which : Dr. Mudge Is the chief executive all wanting to know what book

ustraUan pines and palms are attended the common schools I Inspiration, a neighborly reunion I ments. tie said was designed to protectthe officer of the Presbyterian Churchin he will use, but so far he has man- "

Kin favor. The planting of sycamore iof I Bradford County until the age and valuable Instruction, all in | --<-, ----.- city's supply of raw milk. the United States of America aged to keep this a deep, dark

china-berry and maple '''of 17 then enrolling in the Geor- I I one free package. It's a grand I The two objectives' of the proposalwere being secretary of the General secret. Anyone who has paid the

should be discouraged jgla Normal College at Abbeville, way to get out of the rut that BUILDINGAND brought out as follows; To Council of the Church as well as admission fee of twenty-five cents, '
K. "In the placement of trees I Ga He obtained hIs L.L.B. de- )i I often threatens the best and most Insure the health of all dairy cows the Stated Clerk of the Genera Is eligible for the match.

,( around homes the best plan is top I gree from Valparaiso University, conscientious of home managers. furnishing milk to Starke. To Assembly He Is the author or Dancing will begin promptly at
REPAIR WORK editor of books and articleson 9:30 o'clock
, leave the front of the house opento Valparaiso, Ind., and In 1907 es- Just as fresh inspiration for the see that surrounding utensils and many I : with Bill Boswell and
full view from the street. Plantno I jtabllshed his residence In Gaines I old job Is one of the by-products '( methods!! employed in handling and Church law and procedure. During hIs Jacksonville! orchestra furnish

trees In front of house, but set villa From 1908 to 1912 he served of the familiar Cooking School! PROGRESSES f preparing milk are sanitary.It the year 1031-32 he held the ing the music It Is hoped that
II highest honor the Church the bee
can spelling will be
them to sides and rear making a aa official court reporter for the | which presents a lecturer In a was stated that the proposed over by
bestow when he was made Moderator this time but If It Mr.
y frame to surround and set the Eighth Judicial Circuit and as a model kitchen, so are new ideas ordinance is in harmony with t'
y' house out as the central object member of the House of Representatives and keen incentive born In the I state requirements and that It had I of the General Assembly, by I will give out some Jaw-break-

Dwarf shrubbery should be usedas from Alachua County I film class for homemakers with ''Activity Keeps Carpen- been reviewed by G. Scott of I election of the 1,000 Commls- era and wind matters up quickly.

foundation plantings. i during the 1913-13: sessions He | Its novel approach and modern ters Busy Market Gainesville, chief state Inspector, | sinners who constituted the' ""1931"" ; Admission for the dance Is $1 a
t I
H "It is not planned to make any has served as mayor of Gainesville setting. j who had made several valued\ suggestions I Assembly. I Couple, which also entitles the

K additional plantings along parkways for two terms. I The kitchens that passed the Foundations StartedPerhaps for Its practical application 'I --- ticket holder to take part In the

-the space between sidewalkand I He Is a member of the AmericanBar ;screen test fpr this picture bad! _.. I to local needs. I SUPREME COURTCANDIDATES spelling If he wishes to. |

curb-since at the present Association Florida\ State Ba? meet the exacting I rot "Receipts from the Pall will go
Ito| : requirements a building boom- I As explained\ hy br, Hot-Jong, I to the Warm Springs Foundationto
time there Instances of
are many Association and Bar Associationof of nationally-known home econo- I but at least an unusual amount of the main purpose of the ordinance
| be used la the
fight infantile
against -
r trees coming up that will later the Eighth Judicial Circuit and I I mists as well as Hollywood standards repair and improvement work laj Is to establish: a local enforcementunit I DRIEF SKETCHES GIVENOF

have to be sacrificed because of i has been admitted to practice law of charm good taste and j being carried on In Starke and to work under and in connection THOSE IN UNUSUAL paralysis_.
' city light wires. These trees will j before the State and< Federal \ proportion. |I Immediate vicinity right now. with the state organization. I RACEI !: ----- .-
have to be transferred to new loBcations -
I Court" ] No "false-front" camera-beautl- j Mrs. W H. Noll man who lives Should a producer fall to supply ROTARIANS

or destroyed. People hav- 1 fill kitchens satisfied these speclallsts. In Sebring but who has never lost j high quality milk he would be I For the first time since 18S5I ENJOY FISH FRY

Ing palms or other small trees thus GROWERSMEET ; They Insisted on working interest In Starke her former prohibited from marketing In ,I' there are three contested eats for

placed may have them transplanted I' I in complete, compact, modern home, Is modernizing the large Starke until he furnishes the required Supreme Court Justice in Florida MILK INSPECTOR 13 SPEAKER.
to new location without charge )" i Two justices now In office era asking -
.kitchens, which actually reflect two-story house that stands on grade I AT WEDNESDAY-
,If they will apply at the lightKpUnt. 1 for election. Only one time "
\ TO DISCUSS more scientific ingenuity and I j the Gaskins property recently purI | The council received the proposed I LUNCHEON
J careful planning than any living chased by her. It Is planned to ,j measure and will hold It for since 1885 has a Supreme Court
K. "To plant enough of some oneVariety room. I make the house over into three'I further and Justice, In this state asking for John M. Scott, chief state milk
study I I
to make an Impression onRjjthe '| I>I Investigation re-election been refused by the inspector, was the principal speaker
I BLUE MOLD In these practical kitchens apartments. | by the city attorney, M. F. Brown. i! nt the Club
passer-by Is thought to be a voters. This was during the Catts Rotary mt.etlnA'here
i stream lines Is no Idle phrase I Mr. and Mrs. Dave Silcox have j I _
good idea and to this end it Is I I I'I i :;"debacle, when a religious Issue Wednesday. He gave a brief
i i for this simplified, sanitary laborsaving just added a poi te-cochere to their TAG TIME
planned i to clean all park-way i, --- I I I I loomed large.: A thumbnail sketchof review of the growth v: the milk
| home In the northeast ofI
equipment is keyed In style part
{spaces on main streets and state ,Plant Pathologist Givesi ; each of the candidates is of Interest Industry!! In Florida and doncrliie4
I I ;| and purpose to a busy age. I town, and the new structure wall: f GETS SHORT due the operations of a cheese factory
toads through town plant ryegrass i to the fact that a very
At I of add the of
Demonstrations Recognizing the demands greatly to appearance
In the fall and leave our dignified campaign will probably that has recently been put In opera
I I I home experts, Hollywood signed j'the house. j EXTENSION TO FEBRUARY 1 ,
.streets bordered by a nice green Seed Beds be conducted and the voters will ation in Georgia.Tuesday .
Krarpet of grass i { all-star kitchens, with an all-star I F. C Hollingsworth Is building'a I|' WILL SOON BE !i not see the candidate) barnstorming night the P.ntn.rlaDJIenjoyad

cast, adding a continual procession five-room bungalow on what isI OVER | a fish fry at Muceo Hicks'
H "In regard to palms, It Is hoped the
Blue Mold the
tender1 i was principal of close-ups so that every I known as the Marion Johns place i dUI..1 I state.Group camp at Eutlton. The party was
that people will avoid the under discussion at two TalC sales fell! off sharply | One
i topic I seat In the Ritz Theatre Is a good three miles south of town on I the result of attendance
I an
varieties that are damaged or kill-1 ing the past week due to the fact i iI con-
meetings held In the county Wed- Rivers H. Buford, born Jan. 18
seat for this amazingly pictured ,
Road 13. It is that the
fed i expected I I test over; a period of several
The salesman
frost. Governor Fred P.
by average ; nesday under the direction of Cone ox- I 1878. Admitted to Florida bar
I Ii
i household course. I '
( house will be completed in another i iI months. The "Blues
coming to town with a load has T. K. McClane, Jr., ;' I I tended the deadline when autosand
County Agent Isn't all for j three weeks, and it will be situated 1900; prosecuting attorney Gads- N.
i The class work Sternberg lost and paid for
In mind. That
(only one object 'I trucks must have 1038: license j
and K. W. Loucks, (
Els to sell and unload his stock be I I' with the Florida plant Experiment patholo-I I' there Is the constant play of.i In a 100-acre pecan grove. 'plates from January 15 to February den county 1009; States attorney their own suppers as well as for
gist i'sparkling humor, the appeal of Work Is going' forward steadily 9th Judicial Circuit 1912 to 1915; those on the "Gold" aide whose
Bit! suitable or not. He will often'['Station. Tobacco met In i' -I 1, It was learned from the ofI
lload a yard up by placing every :::; the morning at growers the Brooker I II i tender romance and the suspense (|i; on the' tine new' concrete block flee of Tax Collector C. A. Knight ( Attorney' General 1021 to 1923; captain was Bill Graham. One otMaceo'a
of coherent Intelligently-direct- barn being built at Mathews' Dairy Chief Justice 1931 and 1032. In famous fish
Bone he can crowd In, no matter t]I school house and in the afternoon !i a I i yesterday.Sales suppers wall
'j ed story which dramatizes every- I also south of town on Road 13. I young manhood drove oxen: in a enjoyed by the twenty-two numbers .
how they look. People having'i i 1 I at the court house here. of automobile licenses
The: contractor Is C B. Johns logging In Calhoun countyto
,, day happenings-the human sort camp present.
planting in mind will do well to ; I
I Investigate the different varieties This disease has caused serious of things that really do happen. j; When completed it Is said that !I reached 010, while 164 truck tags earn money on which to study +- ..

I I'|: losses to tobacco seedlings for the Binding the attractive story together i! this will be one of the moat modern have been sold so far this year law. Elected under primary system Mrs Dies
Band hardy They'should Kurd
secure only plants.
a check of the collectors
I past six: years and research has; Is the romance of home- !I dairy barns in the state. I record ( of which he was an original
then study the Individual i iI with j i, shows. "Next week Is the week ,, Mrs. Jane Byrd 75, widow of
shown that
i spraying copper I i making a subject that holds the j Most important of all, of advocate. Independent In decisions
of their and course
places j |
requirements "
when we'll sell ;: said the lute J W. of
oxide and with benzol j tags Knight i Byrd Highland: ,
fumigating writ-
> Interest of woman young far-I when dissenting usually gives
|make the planting contribute to every I construction work on the '
| "drivers automobiles'without tiled) at the home of her
operating daughter
Ereal in !' vapor give fairly satisfactory re- ;I and old. Even the Telegraph mers' market just north of town i iI ten opinion which (generally' car ,
improvement appearance i 1
10.18 licenses aft1 Mrs. J. W. In .Incksonvilla
on and Dupree ,
suits Mr. McClane said, I Tallahassee
ries merit. -
I ;: knows that all wom..n-brldcs. on Road 13. Foundation blocks Regular
rather than losing the house in a I
treatment'for er the first will be subject to ar- Saturday January 22 following an
A demonstration of men's Bible class and has
business types and experienced' have been and WPA off-)
of random j poured "
jungle growth. | rest.'
Illness! that had lasted for
Ii.I near-
the disease will be held at :, housekeepers respond to the fas- (| dais : to push the work to | been since Its organization. Probably -
"It is well to remind citizens j P. Galney's seed bed at Brooker !j I clnation of looking In on another''! early completion. i iI -.-- a-. -- .. I better versed In Florida, !!!- ly eight ywiirs. Mrs Byrd who

[that full Jurisdiction of all trees on >'Wednesday morning, Feb. 2, ntj woman, when she is at work in'' ..____ }I Mrs. Kate Sparkman tory and history of FIorMa law I for thirteen years was a resident
city streets rests with the City, I of Lnwtey was confined to her
0:30 o'clock. One will also be I
who hug sat
: the kitchen. then any man ever I
[CouncilTo cut down a tree on a |'held at Starke at 2:30: o'clock inl I j| I SMOLTZ RUNS i Mrs. Kate Sparkman a native'of I on the Florida bench. Judicially I bed following a stroke of paralysis -

city street permission must be obtained } the afternoon of the same day and j i 1' Particularly do they like It i I FOR SENATEFORMER Bradford County died l at her I minded.D. !. and remained an invalid until
when allowed to sit quietly i
from the council. Also, farmers wishing to attend may they are home In Waldo Sunday morning j her ileiith.
Stuart Culls Walton County -
when the city demands any or j' call at the county ugt>nt.s office to! and wstch her prepare some GOVERNOR AFTER following a lingering (linens. She Born In Clay County. Mrs. Byrd
able civil well knownIn
|.U trees may be removed. find out the exact location. dish in which she spedallzes.They SEAT HELD BY I' was eighty years old and bad been lawyer; moved to Lawtey twenty-two
I West Florida served both
r "It would be well for people I' know that If they watch closely PEPPER living in Waldo for the past forty- ; years ago and then to Jacksonville

wanting trees on the street In while she measures and mixes and I I three years.SUI'Vlvorll. branches legislature; candidate where she lived with her

front of their homes to consult'' HIGH SCHOOLBOY 1 1 completes the entire coking operation I Dave Slioltx: former governor of Include: One son, C. C. speaker house 1929, defeated and laughter, Mrs. Dupree

fjc'.ty! officials before planting. They I! DIES this close-up personal study Florida has announced his candl- Sparkman; one daughter Mrs !I served. us minority floor leader Funeral services were held at

will advise correct placement and | will be more helpful than hours i dacy for the United States Senate )I Maude Wesley both of Waldo; '| against: Carleton administration; the Long Branch Baptist Churchat

help In securing desirable varieIJUtts. < JOHN PREVATT IS VICTIMOF of reading recipes or blind experlmeriting. J seat now held by Claude Pepper. )j three grandchildren two brothers prefers convention system< to primary 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon with

- Sycamore and Chlnaberry are j PNEUMONIA.-BURIED I Mark Wilcox, South Florida representative j Charles J. Weeks, Jacksonville; I ; opposed chain store bill; the Kev. J. R. Mill and the Rev.

peat trees and undesirable. The | TUESDAY Not only does every person In in Congress, I In!! also ,' Truman D. Weeks Tampa; three I freely predicted In 1937 sales P. R. Wimberly JacIiBonville, officiating

|soft maple is usually loaded with i the audience share this close-up | campaigning for the place as Is'' sisters!!, Mrs. Mary Geiger, Starke tux: Inevitable; knows legislative
'I John Wilson Prevatt 18, died of each stage of the actual prep-' ; I'I'ir brunch government thoroughly. .
moss and presents a shabby ap- Flnley Moore of Lake City. I & /!. Emma Elliot, Savannah, and 1 1Sirs. 4I'iflts- --
Monday afternoon of an attack of aratton, but the kitchen expert : Glllis was one of the best presiding -
Camphor resists moss Sholtz, who has been practicing'law Lennie Wainwright, Haw- Of BerriesRipe
He an eighth officers has had.
pneumonia. was Senate ever
clearly explains her methods so
[and looks neat the around. I ItjMagnollas
year at Jacksonville and Washington thorn'
student In the local high cultured. strawberries are beginning
desirable trees grade that the measurements on the free ; j HIghly
are j
very as well as serving an national .
Jo'unel'alllt'rvlcf's' were held Monday to make a welcomed
should be more generally i I II school. dally recipe Sheets will make It Group Two appearance
|and I IL Funeral services were held possible to duplicate that feathery :j head of the Elk s organizationsince at 2 o'clock In the Waldo Rnp- Elwyn: Thomas, born July 5, 1891 around town. Saturday, R.
planted. I I he stepped out of office, said tlst Church the Rev. W. B. Hicks L. Batten brought In two pints
cooperating I Tuesday at the grave In Prevatt cake and flaky pastry. I at Ankona, Florida. Graduated
Many owners are '
property In the clean-up and Cemetery in the morning at 10 Chatting In true neighborly I he was making the race "becauseI pastor officiating. Interment wan Stetson University 1913; admittedto and T N. Norman threw pints of

beautification movement and It o'clock, with the Rev. L. G. HemIngway I I style with her listeners In the Ritz I received no many requests. in the Waldo Cemetery bar same year; prosecuting attorney large ripe fruit. They say that
I j The former has maintained -
governor .. If cold weather does not interfere=
: ,
conducting the services. home will St. Lucie 1917
B I the presiding manager ------ --- county ;
is that the town will
hoped presenta
his residence at Daytona -
much Improved appearance be- j John Wilson was the on of :Mr. | pass on her own discoveries tni| Beach.legal : Mary Rice Pace ,, Judge 9th Judicial Circuit since large shipments will begin from
II and Mrs. W. Prevntt. His There will' 1923. Decisions have seldom been here soon.
I I Joseph labor-saving short cuts.
fore February S.i ... )
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+ parents survive him as do four)) be dozens of helpful hints and sug- Word has been received by i(i reversed. Able and Impartial -- -
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i I brothers: Edwin, Lester, Claude i gcstlons for utilizing valuable > Negroes Organize friends here of the death Satur-I I jurist. For School BoardThe

Looks Seller and Mlddleton and four sisters kitchen products and labor-saving j: The negroes In Thomas' subdivision I-I day of Miss Mary Rice Pace In a I! T. G Futch, Lake County. Lawyer second announcement ha

i Carpenter's, the Rexall DrugStore Mrs. Eva Padgett Mrs. Jessie I equipment. :, have formed a health and Washington D. C., hospital. She i ; served both branches legislature county politics came this week

| here, this week have repainted Rich bare Mabel Padgett and t Busy women will thrill to the civic organization and will join I was born In Jacksonville and lived [': ; attorney for state racing when A B. Surrency well-kuor a

the counters inside their Doris Prevatt. ) convenience of one-dish meals and ; in the movement of clearing and I in Starke a number of years be- I commission created while be was farmer of the Broo'tcr" '*

attractive store. The woodwork Active pall bearers were O. P. i economy In marketing and cook- beautifying their part of town. fore moving Washington with I!'member Senate. Author famous stated that he will be a candidate

|of the counters is colored a 1utto Don' Hoover Harold Gitf- Ing possible through full use of They will appreciate flowers I the family about thirty years ago. |; Futch bill similar to foreclosure of for the School Board rom

cate shade of Ivory with a at deli'j{j' fis J. C. Prevatt, David Gassett, the electric refrigerator. plants or shrubbery from any Survivors are a sister Ml1 i mortgages. Part declared unconstitutional ilet Three. He has been a restlent -

|green around the bottom, which and honorary pall bearers were'; Other homemakers may find white people having them to give'! Elizabeth C Pace, and two( part repealed after l of this section for thirty

I makes them harmonize with the I Tlllman Hutto, Vernon Silcox j special interest In the thorough away. It Is hoped to get a proj- I brothers the Right Rev EdwardA : many lost property under It dur- I years ana feels that be Is well

|recently laid floor. The whole Ccorge Silcox, A. Z. Adklns Jr., ': screen study of laundry methods. ect to improve the condition of | Pace vice rector emeritus of ing depression. But for Florida acquainted with the wishes of the

I offers a very' pleasing picture and N. T. Bitch and Inman Green. | French frying and shallow pan the canal in this part of town. A Catholic University. In Washington)I I newspapers refusing to accept tax': people. The first announcement

[ carries forward another step the Funeral arrangements were In frying will be considered. There O. Jenkins !Ie chairman of the organization I and Charles F Pace, financial sales under it state would have lost made here was that of T Frank

I. management's policy of constant charge of the Boree Funeral ,i I Merrill Dell secretary I i secretary of the United States I I i I I Landrum for representative to the

|Improvement. I Home. (Continued Oa rage Eight) and Josephine Williams[ treasurer Senate. (Contiiiuvtl On Page Eight I I data leglilature.Jt .

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( hi 7tll' OTIC'H OP "I.m OF T\X .HIL': and l.il! : rnspectlvelr, and represetit by the State be advertised and sold !O'r1 OF MAIM" or 'r.'S It 14., R. 22 K.. contain nu .,
:KOTICMNOTICK for the 1 1931 to
('RIt'l'IFI't'RM.u1'tt'i'1 : tuxes yearn la the highest bidder for cash : Acre,
"I l .JuliuIillly.l a.1 I.n..J..I. more or less
ihi.H I ifttli day i
) IH HKRKUY tllVKX; (tonil 1 I ttld / I> IIK11KIIY '1IVE.V that I it::1!7. both i Inclusive, amounting to provided by HOUHB Hill H9t of the NOTICK IS IJCIU II (that "hl taxes to be Hold are ,. ,
whom It limy concern Hint of 1837 acts of the upon Axel L. Olson with me 1 Ill. ''
SKAI.) .1. u C. Terrull AI"lnl.o. 'f..al.AI.O Lo&lalature. ha. by Nos. 817
and (I nf ,
hill, V. riled my Finn) Statement" I1"h'IAI. withme : SQf/ N\VVi of 8WV4Sec. the that the certifi .lrle.t. i'i ,
tat of II. It. has following estate "
to' J. THOMAS C d..rrlh. w11.1 request t.I
oucher and made Hppllcatlon I"\I I 6 8. It. 21 I,:.. containiiixT "I.clv.ly. ld rel.r.a"nl the HIM, ,,,"d,
I ito tax cer- I'll. In the, County of Stale of 'I with "
Clerk' of Circuit Court of lint' Ur.dCorl. C.I"M 'I&"elhe "I subsequent the !
Final w'II1 1111 I.xo" r. 1932 ,
I he I lion. 1':. K. IVrryman for lent. ye.r h ]
20 Acres
morn or
Mrndford County, t i I I all I I tuibseiiuenl .Florida to-wlt : omitted or levied .. hold by the both Inclusive, 1.
I >lxcharge us AdmlniNtrator of "enlate l'lorldR.125t.21. 1".I.r The littoN to be Hold are wldenovilliy B\.lnth'K I ir i 1 :
ni I | levied taxuH held ISV of NWI. of SBV of SWli I Slate bu advertised anti Hold to tile ALHO: WV4 \
nf H V. Hi'own. (o Issue on theI2lh liy t the .State be 1,11"1",1, i i Hold c, rllflcateN Non. HI$ and 81 of Sec. 115 ". H. 22 H., con hlghiiHl for rauli, n providedby IMWII < .11 In ,i
110 I. bld\.r -Tp. S.
1138 nt .
t It
I day of February A. lll! : and 1935 and e..ao 21:: i I.
I to the highest .Hh an r..pecllv.ly. rep- 5 AcreH, or .leas. 396 of the 1937: act .
1"lllnl "O'e ..
nf ,
I 10 I oclock' A.1.. nt the office NOTICE 1.1/ 0'.1'1 Y OIVKN that l I.y House Hill 898! of the "rcncnl' I the unpaid taxed for Iey"'a' .. t to he Hold urn, 0'ldencedhy nf the I.t'lslutturuuipouu. 'Ihe following cfllulnlnl to I AN''M.,. moi i. n\\ \\i:,
Mold .
County I Judge I of Hrail toni Adm'r.Countv.J. licorice (?. I.of In I.rk. Florida 1.\1..1( I N of I. J."I.IIlu'.. upon I'.iaO'to' lIlt: 7. both In"u.I"e. certificates NOH 214 nnd IOA3/ of I deHcrlbed real I u-st ate I In the by laI.. No,.. Il'" widen ,"," J,
LL. ,
C. TI IRI real I entateIn iimouiitliiK, t I.f $ 94.ALSO tills nod 1933 C 'ol'Ilrl'/I.a uinl MI
hum applied 'iiiidcr of L>eenmhpr the r.l.wlll 0..1,1' no respectively' and County of Kradfoid, tlato of Florida 1930 1 : I '
1-1 1-41-5-4. N'' t NWVSec. mi 11,1 )'. ., ,
23 1925! <45 Stat. 10691.! topiiruhiiHM i m '. II.adr..d. State ofFlorUlu. : .of tWur < rcHent the taxen for the yearx : the "H''lve ?,1 I

-'.-,: -- -- the HW'-J a\VV Hi-c. 23, T. 1.wl: I Tp. 6 <". It. !.. COIIIII- to t 1937 both I I Incl'iHlvo. amounting I to (!Join-lH1 yl\'dl H of NW Cor yearn r.H1' I92U!' to 1 n Il I S7, tf.p. l..i,, ,I.

.n M. clalmInir hIlts ', D Sin in p Addition Inic 20 AcreH more or I.. "0.118. of NKV & Run M 82taydn In .
hereby, I that OeorgeV. 6 S.. H. iO K., "a l. Florida 11' to .12.93.: : ,
Nole. I&"h'.1 if title I ', In Siu of Si;' The taxes I.tie. Hold lire evidencedby ALSO: HK'/i of S\V Except H 170 ydV yds, N an'ollllt
its under t'u'k. ,
W I / I Huerlng R2L : NWof/
and iii col" NI'.'
e. .Vh1-! 29! Tp. S. H. certlflcatea 75 und 257 of Kij: of of KU"i' nf 170 \ M-
Kxvcutorn of the I Usi itt a of All clillmtlia' the landn ad- or .C I NWij 8\V"| yds to b"I. 1.". ( Tl 7 H.R. \
,,"('IIH"y I ,' on the 5th day of verxely'pernonH be allowed until March SS: K., 11)32) and H!/3.1 ..MI'.UI.ly. and represent Sec. 26 Tp. 6 H. It, 2 K., contatiuiiig I 92 Ii]. I Itnail W'i Kxccul N Hide' 10 Acres I C) .1 i

193) wi. Hun. 10. K.Perrymiin 4. lit.iw wil file in I his office their The taxes to be Hold Ire evidenced the unpaid, I axac for the 35 Acret*, tnn. .or lexx. The luxe to be noli,! are evidenced See I 10 Ti> .J;
February I. H. II 22 10. '
;, .HuII':y puJ
ford 'utility at 10 o'clock A. M. attiln "hJ..I.I application, copy of no- 1933 and 1I3! : ..I'.I'.ly. and represent mount I Lug to $Wi\/ by certiflcateH No,.. 843 of 1934 re- i 1929 and 1933: and represent The or

office for, dim-barge UH said wxeciitorn tlcti.to hut nerved on I taxes for I y'ar. HISI/ to ALSO: 84 of of NVSoc..
h.vlnfl.d our final accounting D. K. PA appl""lt.. I I9t7.: hut it hid uisive, a lnou mu I hug to I 1 Tp. 5 H. II. 21 K., ,'ol.lnlnl the years 19:1:1: : to 193?, both Inclusive I huT' 7. both i Inclunlve, 'amounting 1"1 tu "hy pert I fir-lit' and.. NOK HI5 of .I I"' ::: ,.

'" ulong with Actinic Assistant CoinmlHHloner. $148.40., 20 AcreH. more or IMMH.The amounting to $50.26. $146.53.: ), ) represent I 111 ""1"4
Application now \file.OKOHUI3 SaUl/ tax cnrtincaieH d. tugOI ncr taut n taxes to be Hold are evidencedby ALSO: Kv: of HI..)". of NWVi A Said tax certificate together with luxen for the year, 1932 ,. I nr

I"". CARY.Executor.. 1-21-51-2-1. all Hubxemient ointtted or LeviedtaxeH certificate : 7 and 269 of SWVi of K.KV4: of NW'.i' Hea. 25 all subsequent omitted or Levied I both I 1"'I"llv. B"O"\11 lo SI.1. :<''

>OTICH OF "PI'.U''IO' FOR will be Hold:: :I to the hlRl.est; 1933 and 1:3."p.cl..ly. and reprcHont Tp.. (J S. It. at K.. contnlnlng I 3U laxea wil be Hold. to the highest ALHO" : NIJ, ( SW'', ,,1"!

1.7-41-1-88. T.' bidder nt the Courthouse door In lax. for the A,.' .. more or lenx.The bidder tIle Courthouse door Ii IW"I NWVi (.f NVV'i' of H\VI. ,

,'a'1 .'Starke on the 4th day of February years IIKI1: to loll?. both h"lu.lve. Sharks the 2xth day ff "C'/ i Kxceiit 100 ft Si, i ,
-- Illll iM) mutes to bo sold. are" evidenced I J.n'y. Ui-unett, .
FOR CI... 10.1S. at 11:00. o'clock A. M. ; to $50.68. 1938: at 11 1 :00 o'clock I S'i SW', ,
That : IIQUllnl by NOH. : A. M.
10T..1 01 "pr.c..O' NOTWM IM IlKKISnY/ (]VMN. 1048 of 1933 re- I SWl'
this the nth! day of January R.ld certificate together with .rtCh'ale. Haled this 't 420 ft.. See J,,
: ( Dated the Slit day of January
'r.- Shi holder of Tax the -
: ... .
8n.lh. all HI\lv.IY. .nd r."t I.x. I TI|> H. R. 22 : '
1"1" subsequent omitted contalnliiK
4""nte -n. lll.1NOTICK : > No 5f nulled the 7th day 193S.OFFICIAL. I"vl"dI""H Ih. yearn 1932 to 11:7. both Inclusive 11:18.IOJJ'ICIAL: ,Acrrx I more or 1. /
will the
That to highest
of AufruNt A. 1fln3 has filed name amounting" to Tile
Foster Shl Smith holder of Or.tlf A. J. bidder at the Courthouse door In J. THOMAS taxen tu bit mild are evlil. -1
TII In office situ hart application TUO\II. ALSO: NMi of NWiSea..
Irate No. 225 Ixxned the d"y my for deed iad.b. Innuedthereon. Clerk Ir Court ofllradford Starke on the 4th day of February. 6 S. I!. 22 F:., I Tp.MO Clerk of Circuit Court, of by certificate" S"". 279 of 193", I i .

of July' A. t O. 1930: hal filed ame alI... embracenthe County, & 19.11, at 11:00 o'clock A. M. Acres, more or "ronlalnlnl "Iradford County.I Florida. """clv'y.' and repreent the unpiii:

In my office end has application following I deHcrlbed. In 1-21-11-2-4. Hated t Ihl. the 15th day of January The taxes to ha sold are evidenced t-H-3t-l-28. HID years 1934: to !If"! ';

for a tux deed I') he I issued the County: of : of :: by certificate NOH. 820 and of both Iwh''h.' a amounting I to X.HI' ,

I thereon. Said certificate' embrace Florida, to-wlt: rrOJt"tl. > OF APPI.ICITIOV FOIl ..J.I.IAL HEAL) IR31: and 1933 1041 represent AI.I Al ait, uf N'' of \',
In O'I'U''I J. THOMAS 'eMp.ctvely. NWH of of Nor '
described property Hia ,
the following .

S the County of llrudfurd State of of Kant Hnl'h..1 Half of Cla.t..r Norlh., .1 of Quarl.r$,('Un. 4",n.e TAX."..>EI. lonOTIll : Clerk of Circuit ('(lrl of. Ki 191.the both'"".IncliiHlve. .h.year 1930 OTICK OK S 51.91 OF TAXfKHTIFiriTKH Coltired NWV, (\ No lr Ry ",I. I'* .\. ..

? Florida. In-wit: .1.1 Itanite 31 Bradford County Florida.l2tit24. to $ a"ounUn. : : .t'I.ry. Sec. :I5 Tp
Month, Half of Houthwent Quarter TnwI.hl" "ollh. .. I>HKllEBY. OIVEM, That : NOTICE IS IIKRKBY lIVEN that 5 H. R. 22 K., !I',
Kant ; moreor of Tax ALSO: NK". of SWU 25 Tp.II ,"tainlli
"olll\lnlll holder v\crcx,
of of .. I .V. sternberg ha. filed with more or
I 1.- S. R. 22 me I..H.
Houlh"'HIClarl.r K.
I... No. 304./ Untied I ho 3rd. MtTM'K OK MILK OF 40 written Thu taxiK to be nold
101 17 "o"uMhll' ollh. The anHeMHiiient of the anlil property f''lte'I' TAX AcrnH more or 'ronlalnlnl request that the tax certlflcatex are evlden. I .
A. D. 1931 has filed
20 Acre, d.y AUIIMI. CKItTlFM'ATIOSNOTICE together with hy Nox. 2116/ of 1935 ,
said '. InHiied Tho r..lf'nl" >
2 "'MI. "oltulnln/ under the ( .rIICI'ale office and hums made laxex to be Hold are evidenced al subsequent
IW"p or ,... wan 'In the name ..1. I.i HKKEHY: tl\'ES that by "'", ami omitted or levied tn".. held by the H".lvely. represent the unp.nj
fuulii tax deed to be 1050 of
f the said prowcrty n""I".lol" K. L. Matthew hail 'lfrHI. 10" 4:0 State be the 1934 "
assessment me
The I'nleHH Maid shell he redeemed ried wih 1930 a Idv..I".d and sold to the yearx to I'
S under Ih. .110 certificate I"- .rlflc.l. the property .. .. Said certificate embraces vrlllcn request that ,.x cert resent,the ra"I"lh..ly. and rep highest bldd.r cash H* provided hi.i h InrIIHlv. amounting" to $34 '..p.AI .

sued WRN In I huh 1..n" of j{. H. n."nllnA I be gold / the followingdeacrlbed i property t lflcat'M toa-ether, with all suhseliient 1B29 unpaid taxes' for theyears by House Hill 8116 of the 1937 act >IO: NK'/i:\ of NKVi of NW

: Humphrey.Unless to .lpM'rl.d II.r.ln wil he rotirtIn In the County of II.dro"d. ,, omitted or lovluii taxes held to tu 19.17. both Incl"lv. of the Legislature upon the followlog See. 36 TI>. 5 S. R. 22 h. (contain
amounting "29.26.
S mild cerltricalc" I I shall I I bo ,me- hlNh..1 hl..I.r Monday InII' State of J'lo'ldl. to-wit: the Slato bn, advertised and Hold described' real estate In the InN 10 Acres, more leH.
I law, the, property ii.. .I I l.ll. I :I i 2, ""II"H Addition I- I ,) the hluhest bidder for cosh i A 1.10': tfr I'VI. So,'. 25 The taxe to be Hold .
ii ..etm < H..rdlll I lllontli of M.trch. 1988. which Iff to Slarke In NWI : \ : as I S. County of Bradford, State of Flor are evlilen I
I will he Hold I 7th day of : 1E\ rovldud by HOIIHB Illll/ S96 of the I. eontnlnl.1 \ i1Iui. to-wlt: by Non 875 of 1933 i-
11: < c"\t"l\lol
Ml"'h. 19\ & part of W 4 of W of ltv Acren or less.The
S to Iiihlghut.iut bidder at the courthouse I Paled thlM day Jllll\ry. I tc NK for of 8E'4 of NWH of 19.17 acts of the LeKixlaturn. upon'the taxes to be cold evidenced .) 24 Acre of NWU of & .,). represent the unpuM, ',
are F"V
th first Monday In
door 01 I t! r"I"11 UcNcrlb real estate Acre In NIO Cur of otH" taxes for the year 1932 to 19'

The n ''I Hi .C March' 1938 which In ((1.lOFFICIAL SR.\1.) Section llanico 22 28 Hunt.Township t tuulh. In Ih. of rnlorl. Stone of hy 1D29 certificate 1933: NOH. 2H2 and 1051 of ,\, being 80 yd* N A S by both luiciuslvutumctunting to $24 (

.h.. 7th day of Mnrrh 193$. .1..IIIIM.S.. Florida, to-wlt: 111 r.Hp..tvaly. and rep 280 y.l.V 24 "'1". 6 S. ALHo: NW4 of NWi Sea.l'p. J

/ I npd I this I nth day oC January Clerk of rlr"11 Court, of The under axHexHtnent the mild of I the Kald property 1.01. I. 2. 3 of Hlk 17. I.lvliiK- to".. : ,. laI.. th. y.ar. 1928 II. 22 fi., containing I.. 30 Acre, II S, R. 22 K.. containing 4o
certificate 19:17. both
1931.OFFICIAL. ston. Truby & ('0' Addition 11I""Mlv. uniountlng Acre
Bradford Florida.OTICK. t( more" or leHH more or less.
(t' SHAD .u.d wax In the name; of :r. cellaCarter. i4iuirkilut' W'-j of NK' of to O.IO. The
1-2'' -11-2-IS. Sec. The hates to I be tuixea to be Hold are evlden".Iby
A. .r. THOMAS, 28 Tp. 6 8. I 22 E., ALSO: SKIof, XE'l Sec. 10 TI"f (hv certificate xold are .vhl.n.1 certificate NOH. ISO and tOO r
S Clerk of Circuit Court offiradford I'nlcHH said certificate .hal be The taxea Hold are S. It. 21 K.: 40 NOH. 537 of re- 1928 and 19:13: respectively and ri.
: OF H.!': OF TAX .vhl.nr.,1
> redeemed to con'alll'l and taxes
according represent for
County, Florida. (:1:11 rlpm'tlF5NIlru'IT duHcrlhed: I liy .rIC..at.. NOH. 43 and 1113 of Acres more or H".rlv.ly. 1933 to resent i the. unpiiid taxes for I'M':
property therein vlt be 1937 both Inclusive
1-21-51-2-18. 1930: / and The taxes to be Hold evidenced lh. y.ara |t27 to 1937, both Inclunivumoitni
11/ HKIIKIIY (1IVKN: that to the bidder I In< 133 r..p.clvely. repreHcnt are amounting to $71.42. yearn -.
\UTHiril i' STItl.VlFKW.O\V hail HU' )holixe door highest the first lt Monday tlr yearn 1929 to by certificates No. 136 of 19UO respectively Said I tux certificate together with lug to $107.10.
on -
'OTI IOK! IPPMCtTION Volt filed with me written renueat that In the month of March. "':(7. both IncliiMlve' amounting to and ..p'.H.nt the unpaid all subsequent omitted or Levied ALHO: sK" of swvi Sn.'. 2
TIX 193. $it 0.78. tuxes for the 1929 T > 8 S. U. 22 K.
year to HOt both | contalnliiK 4Aemv
nllu the tax withal
t .rICh.al.. 101.lher which In the 7th. day of (axe will be xold to highest
Ornate Mo. lOll: 11IrC. Said tax certIficates together withal amounting to tle' more less.
) "" levied 1"'II.lv. $ bidder or
Hated this 19th. 1.8. at the door In
NOTICE IS HIOItKHY CHVKN. That Mi held 1M"' bv' the"State. be adver- 19:18.: day subsequent omitted or Levied Said tux certificates ... with the I'ourihoul.of The taxex to be old are evidenced
W. H. Smith holder of Tax (Cer will he sold the all subsequent Hal'k. on day January ;i.y certli'li-uteH No .
tlHed and Hold to the highest bidder ( ) to hlNheHt omitted or Levied 1938, at 11 ::00 o'clock A. M.Hated 1511. and 882 'ufii2
Ir"'al. No. 450 iHHUed the Tilt day for cant an provided by Holme hilt O"'Fll'IFAL. bidder at the Courthouse tuxes will be Hold. to the hl.h..t this : > and 1U33 respectively and reprenvtit -
the Bill of January
AUII.1 A. It. 1 133. dan filed name :ttl! of the IfKlT actx of the l'rRlxlature. 'I( IAI.C'I.rk Court of ItHI'k. on the 4th duty of February bidder at the Courthouse 1918. day the unpaid taxes for th,

In orrl'" find made appllCH- upon the described Kradford 11:00: o'clock A. M. HtarUe on the 28th., day of January ( ) -. .tm 1927 lo 19.17, both Incluxlve,

thou tax deed to be I."u.d'h..I. runt In rolowh.A of lirad- County J'lo"lda. Hated this the 13th day of January A. 1>. 1938, at 11:00: oclock' A.1.. ItI"I"CI.SJAL. i mount tug to $102.31.

Hut Id certificate I embrace, ford "Hllt.!'at. of Florida, to-wlt: 1-21-51-2-1. 1931.OFFICIAL: Hated thin the 8th.. day of Janu Clerk TIO\IA it Court of AI.-O: Hof< HK'i of SKi'
the following described property In i ( SEAr) A. D. ,'. 1 II S.
SS of NK'i KW of NK'i' of ary. J3H.O"'FICIA Bradford Flunida.114ItIIS. Tp. I II. 22 K.. containing
tin- fountof. Bradford. Stalluf I NW<4 Sec 56 Tp I Ii S. It. 22 K. I :(r.R OF Mll.f! OF TAXKIITIF A. J. TUOM.'I. ( I L1 '.) uO Acre, more or le>*.
1.,1.' 'owl ('(..ntnlnlno100' A""M. more or : '1C ,' clerk Court of A. ,TIO\rAS. Tlx taxi-ui In KM cold are MVl
S W; sl ," AcreH of South OnefuinIll Tex*. N )TICK IS HKRKHY that Hradford, County, Florida., Clerk Court of hy cerllflcale NOH. 162 and 892 n14)

of Southwest u I '3 lIlt, It., ofNortheast The taxex to b,' xold are evl'lenc'ed Olive J. Mutheny ban lIVEN. wih I -2 1-31-2-4. Elradford County Florida. M3THI.: OF StIR OF TAX 1921 und 1933 respect ively, and represent
Quarter of Section 5"lwl.hll written 1-14-31-1-28. the unpaid luxes for his '
< by c"'IICh'lle. SO< 310 and 1343 request that the 'aI certificates fKHTIFK'ATKfNOTICK
South flange 21 yei": 1927 to 19:17.: both Inclunl !
of 11)27 rexpectlvely together with all aubnequent 1 hat
cOltHllh/, 4 .Acres more In "11 for the year 1A2A omitted or levied taxes held \OTIfK 0. t "LH. .TAX !\OI'H'K OF StIR OF \v. H. Edwa"I.:" 'J.UUllVES, with amounting to $97.22

or I.MH. to 1A37. both' IncliiNlve t .",.ntn/h by the State be ..lv..IH.' and Hold NOTICE c.n..I.: .. that CKItTIFICATKHNOTICK : .1..1 me request that CI.d th. tax 'ii l..il t >: \Vi of SKU A SK'i ofKK'l
The assessment of the said .
properly RJBY t Se -. 4
to lo highest etuch fJ'E certificate < Tp. 8 S. R. 23 E .
a* .Mrx. J. 1.. Fruxce together with all sub-
I. .
t 1.3."n IS HKREHY
under I Ih*' Maid certlflent I lii- nin that
Sec. 32 by House t Illll i I :3 i9e of (1\N con'ulnlng 120 Acres, more 01IC'SH
.1..1 WHK In I IIH nil" of MallmluI't'ldireoll. \ : "W'ot\ SKV\ Tp. provided the written requeHt that the tux certlflcatex If. A. HlHluip ha* me nequent omitted or levied taxes held ,
7 1. It. I conlalnlnt40 I lli.'IT arts of the l.pll.'III'.e./ upon together with Htihsequentomitted written request that CI.d tax certificates by the State he advertised und cobol' ,
i .' or lexH. I the rnl.\111 I d.H"llh.d r..1 elitists or levied 11 th. to (he highest bidder,' for cash as I'd. taxes |o he sold are evidenced
tul be 0' n"r. held the together with
Unlenn certificate by
sit redeemed subsequent ,
"hal The to he xold are evidenced I In, I h 'UII' of r.rnilford. state of State be advertised and.. omitted "I provided" by iiouse, Hill 39S of the l I'u> I itltlt--ates NOH. 166 und 899lfiJ .1.1I <
according to Hold to the ur ( held, by I hi
Ih. property l.vl"0 .. eState I i and I 19.13 respectively I and
by certificate" NOR. 330 and 1R41 Florida. o-wlt: highest bidder for cash 1937 act of the Legislature upon rey
described I will be Hold n" provided and Hold to the .
tIe..11 of 1921 and 1933 respectively. and NKI- Sec. 19 Tp. 7 St. U. adv.rtM.d the described real re- 'ill the unpaid (axe* for th'yenK
by HoiiMB Hill estate
tn the highest liUliJer ut mime courthouse 398 of the 19.17: actx highest cash a provided Culuwl'l
reprenent the unpnld tim xcii (sIr the nh'n: I :II 40 Acre, More of the In of tlradford., State ofFlorida 1927 tu 1937, both Inclusii.am / '
rtoi.r .. the first Monday In 1."I.lat.r. upon the followInir by House Kill 390 of Ih. 19:17: uctHof Cnully .hOt iuig to $316.65.
1920 to I"II.17. both i Incltixlve.umoiintlnir .
yval-K l .
the month of Murch. 138. which Is to tl32.HO. The to he sold are evidencedby d.H'rll.. 11 estate In the the L"ll..tur., upon the tolow- SRI' of lo.wlt Kxcelit: 5 Acres In At.Ho: NW', of NK4 Bee I
I.x. ,
the 7th. day of Mnrch, County ct State of 1 lor- tog estate
I Hated 'thin 19th/ day 11IQ." January .\' "n' SR'S of NWIJ Ser.14 Tn. I lel'tiiu'lttes NOH. 8 of 1933 roi i 10., i :f.ndCu'd. County d..r'.lh.of llradford.r.al State of II Florida SK Cor." Sec. 25 Tp. 6 H. R. 21 Tu. 0 S. R 22 K., containing 40AIICS

1938.: 7 S. n. 22 K. containing 40 '.1".1., and represent taxeH for .,.lo-wl, 4 of nik 32 J. M. to-wit: K.. "',"lallh'l i !It tu Acres more urless. more or l less.
Acres, more lexx.The I the 19.12 to 19.17. both Inclusive Addition .10hn. The taxes lo be Hold are evldeni
I'' .arM to Starke In SK'4 Lot 13. 14 nit n Rising'' Ad-
.1"1'.1\.11\1). IMAS. taxes to he cold are evidenced iiiiionntinfc I $51.60. HW'. Swc. 2S TI>. 6 8. R. K. dition to Starke S ofsth St. 'In The tate to be Hold are evidenced by 1928 certificate uud 1933* No*. 164 and and 898 <
"I 2 respectively
I i'I..fit by certlflcalex Nox. .1311 and 1554 of | Said tax, .'.t'n..M together with The faxes to be Hold \\"' of reprcxent -
< I'ln-iilt Cimrt nfliiadford ore N\VU ". 28 Tp. 8 8. hy certificate NOH 104 and 274 of
"ld..nc. the
I IH2I 1 and l 3t:1 "ri-nneetlvely" I ii nit renruHetit subsequent, omitted or Levied by .. f. unpaid taxes for Hi- ;
I Noa. 465 U. '
I County I Florida.t21r.lJlil. ..tC..a'.. and hull of 22 K. 1930 und 1933 and represent 1927 i
to 1937 both InclUHUr
the taxes fur the """ 'be sold to the highest 1930 .p."IVEly. year ,
5// .
wil' and ,rep The taxes to bo Hold are evidence I the taxes 1929
r""I.ctv.ly. iimniintlng to $I 12.83.A1hulC .
.vp.r"20 to 1037/ both Incluxlve, li". .- It I. Courthouse door In resent (muteR 1929 to hy certificate NOH. I22i of 1933 to 10:17: both Inclunlve y.ar. ;
respectively ""
--- amounlliiir $121.41. on h. 4th day' of F.brul\ry. 1937. both Inclusive, amounting y.a' to I and represent the) unpaid $115.51. ,"nln/ ): N',4 of KJ, of SWU of i iNii4
MUHIIPI.U'l'IION! FOR ".hllnx corllflciitex I i together with i t :' at II ::00 v'rlock A. M. $1 I Sea. 4 Tp. 6 H. R. 23 K. '-
luxes the 19,12 ALM" 8 In SK: ('or of
: for year to 1937 : A."M eonlHlning I I 15 Acres
all I I omitted Hated 'l.r'aI more or ]
r.itt.Kn: miliKequeiit or I..vled lIds the day of January certlflcatea I both '
1.11 with inclusive of
I together amounting to $30.00. HK4 NK' & NK% of SEI i less.
l Renate Hill > 1"tu-u be Hold to the highest I I
IS IIElLEhtY4)IVh'o. 1631I : ThlltFo bidder, wil the door In I 138.ItH..I'.IAI.. SKAL all subsequent omitted or Levied ALSO: Lot 1, 2, of E'" of Lot 3 See 25 Tp., 5 H. R. 21 K.. containing The taxe to he Hold ale evident -.4
I NOTIfE taxes will he-
f..II.tho".. Hold to the ", In SK Cur of NKV. 45 Acre lex .
S'S ter Smith holder of Tax Certificate 'n'k. on the day February A. .1. THOMAS bidder at highest 'fpr.r. more or hy certiflcateH I NOH. 2tlH antI POO I
Ihl door In 2j Acre, Sen. 29 S. The to bo
Ih..ur'hoIH. R. old evidencedby
u'.Il iHMlert the 7th 193$. at 11:00: o'clock A. M. i il t'1"1. of I Court ofI on day of K. 2 axo are 1931 and 19J3 runnectlvely, and re
: dil 'h'eli z'nrk. Ih. containing 3 Acres, ( No 109! and 275 of
of AtiKUHt A 1 19:1.1: ban filed I .."e I l>..u-Il I his the ir.th day of ..lauitiany 1 I ttcmtul" tuui'd Florida. : I 11:00: o'clock A. 31.fiutud .J.n.nry. more 19.10'prtrh'alpl' resent the unpaid taxa fur Ills
I... 'Lld respectively, and represent years 193U to 19:17: both inclusnuruouiitlng
In my office and has made applJcatlon i, l2tit24.ii: this the 8th ,
138. day of January. The taxe to h sold are evidenced ""'. laxen for the )' 1929to
for a tax deed to be |iuuu.ueul ( / \T.> .ur. to $64.OS.
I ,01'1"/1\1. .
I h".on. Said certificate embraces I J. TIlof Alt. \() ('K OFS "..t1 OF TAX I ( 138.OI..ll.IAL SEAL) by certificate No. 418 nf 1934 respectively 11:17: both I Inclusive. amounting AI.HO: S'<,, of NK'i & S'd of ;

I the following I deiicrlhed property Ire 1 Clerk of circuit, ('-,orl of J CKIITIFK'ATK.HXnTIfK : A J. )IA I nnd r..pr..nl the taxes to $132.50.I NW', & N'<4 of SKi, sec. 9 Tp
: >
for the lf :33 to : ALSO Lot & 36 In Wood-
19:17. both In- :
the 'ounty of Hradford. state of Hradford County Florida. 'I i iI 11 : QIVEM that clerk, of Circuit yearn 31 6 H. R. 22 B.. containing 14)) !
H"HJY Court ofHradford 'llislve
to latin Sec. 15 .
S. Florida, to-wlt: I l-31-3t-2-4. I M. C. Sweeney ha. with me County Florida.OK amounting $:0.40. "> 5 S. R. 2 J1., Acrm, fnore or IBKX. ;
tied Said ,
HouthwoHt Quarlff, of Southeant written request that tax cer- I-I t--1-2H. I I all tax r..tCh'ate.: '. with containing. 20 A'r.H. The Iuics to lie sold are evlden. "')IIi '

rjuarlt-r ut Sen, Ion 3f '|-i." n-iilu |I %' ( U! OF X \ IM OF TAX ; ttricaten together with all aubi"eiiuent ''Iox.subsequent omi or Levied less.The )' certiricateH Nox. 174 and HIS "f )

7 South I tlnna 21 }' .I. contaliilitir !I C KIITIfK'tTK.NXllTlCR : omitted or levied taxen held OI'tCR M %I.K: OF TX I .,' wil be to the hIghest taxes to l>. nold arc evidenced 1928 mid I 1933: respectively, and i.-ii-S

I 40 'Air*.. m.r..or, ICNK. I IM; IH'iURlir: (lVES that I by the 11.1. be advertised and Moldto : CKHTIKH'TK<4 Sturke bidder the ('O.t.O""" door In hy .rlr'nl." No. 607 of 19.13 re resent the unpaid taxes for ills :!

'S The HHHpKHiiitMit of I h. iulm Iii pn.p- KOHI.T shl Smith, huts me the bidder for cash aa NOTICR IS HERETIY/ on thus d.y of J.nuary. HI'lv..ly. old represent the taxes years IK27 to 19.17, both Indus"-,
i-rly, tlndi*!' the elI hut .rtt"al.I wrllen, rxitueHt that the tax certlflIeatex I provided: I by House huh: 398 of thal A. llreen ban filed OJ'JlhRt HiS.): at 11:00: A. M. I Ih. yearn I 19:12: 10 19.17.! both Inclusive amounting to $611 t.64.

S ,",'.1 wan the name 1M-I toMTuther, with ul tjubaequenti l 1"37 nets of the 1."h.lur. upon ten I I that the tax ,certificates'll. Haled 1938.this the 8th day of January amounting to $58 ALHo: SK'/ of NKV; Sec. B Tp

I 1'nlertH Muld cwrtlfIcatt. .h.1 he r I '>|nl(teil or levied ,. .. held by the the r"I"'I"1 I ...' I. I estate together request with all xubnequent omitted : ALSO I: LOTH 37, :R. 43. 44 In II4/ R 22/ K.. containingin

deemed' ,accoriUna' : to la Ih. prop. I itt"h' )1.'I..d, I and Hold to the In th. .r U.ltol'd. State of or levied taxes neld by the State (ICW.'I'I.I1AL. ) 22 Woodlawn., Sec38 Tp. 5 S. U. Aortx more or IUHN.
I l eri\-, d"'lh"I I therein I itt I I old h/h".1 bl1. t. dish as provided 1.'lor.I., I I.-wl: advertlned and xold to the highest. IAS. 'on'"lnlll I 40 Acn-s. moreor The mxes to be Hold are evblem' i iby I
) Clerk of circuit IIIHH.The .
to the h'Kh".I' hldder at the court I I 10"" !I96 of the 19.17 acts ." It5'd' J of NW Cor of hldder for cuxh an by Court of certificates No*. 174 and Slit -1

hoiine floor .. the Irnt Monday In ; 'of ea-lxlaturo upon. th. follow- SI.JI, ( '., Hun I82/ 1/S Hill ::196 of the Ir.vld.IOU? act of I-I l-mt-t-zs.: riulfonl County, Florida. taxes to I. sold are evidencedby 1628 und 19,13 respectively, and i'prenent '

I the ", ,."Ih I of March. t$SH, which .I I log "itexcribed' real t KHtitte In the Vii us, H 108 I Vdx, W Ht I/ Yds, the"UM.Legislature, upon the following certlflcatex Nox. rtlln: nf 1933 re- the unpaid taxes for II-

'ouiity of Ilrmiulfuput. State of Florida. N '10(1 yds. to HcaSec.. HO '". described real estate In the County I s THIruin """"tv.ly. and npr..111 tutu unpaid year 1927 to 1937, both Inclunn
IT tOt H r '
OK the
THI I 1932
Lalce Chad l."i the largest In the Sij.'"to-wlt of 8WI': of SWU! Sec. 1 Tp. mor.74 It.or 22 lees l K.. .'nll.lnlni 3 Ad-en, or wit:Rradfurd" State of Florida lo- .UI\\\.1'I'l'1 I thiti S 1, c.nH.'I.. OK ,'X'H IlrIUMIII. ,nmonntlnK yearn to to$I 00.07.1937 amounting ALHO) : .Nu11 to> of$106 NWsec.i5. u TP

world, being 50.000 square miles In I 7 S. It. 21 J.I. cunl"IIIIII 20 'h.. taxex II be Hold are evidenced SK'-l: of Tp. I; S. n. \M, FOR HH 4 OF FOIIII P5.0811)( OI'MTVl 5. l\ ,\LfO. :Tp. .5 S.4.in H. 22 Woodl.wn.. 6 H. R. 23 K., containing to

area. Acrex More or I..H. by .lth..l. Nox. 495 of 1934 re- 22 K., .' I 'e 1 ('llS'I'lvi4Pi'l'tf. 1.. 1. cOltaln. Acres, more or less
I ing to
I 1'1. taxeH to he xuld are evidenced "1'Uv.ly. repreitent taxex for tea*.. rIC.03 : Acres, more ( IMHH. The axes tu be xold are evlden. 'it.!
I iiv Nuc. 4S6 of 1933 re- the 193.1 to both Inclusive The taxes to he Hold are evidenced by certificate* Non. 178 "I
,l 'rlt"RI. yearN 137. The taxe are "'", TAX SCHOOL 1HSTIHCT and Vis

_-______________________._.____________________________________________v______ <' "the.' represent: both taxeS for 1lu"nlnl to hy certificate. No. .01. and 884. of Xl'SIHKIt EIOHTKK.V: by certificate. and No." 634 of the 1933 unpaid renpectlvely. -- I 1928 und lOll respectively, and i i-p
till to ini7 tnclule ,
Y"'H I.I c.tCleal..( together with 1928 and 1933 and H F IIKADKURD COUNTY represent resent th** unpaid taxes for tliyearn <'
./ amounting to $21.01. all suh ...| or LeviedLaxes 1".p"ctv.ly. rului'uMunt FLORIHA. taxes for th* y..arJ 1933 to 1927 to 1937. both Inclusive,
'; : % : SIof SK'4' He,.. 25 ,, ,. olll.c tasteS y.a"1 1927 to 11:17: both IleJu"lv.., to
BUSINESS 'I be ..hi the IllKheutbidder 1937, both Inclusive, amounting to Petitioner "olnln& amounting to SIll 1.73.
I Tli.I.t/ It. 21 Hunt, contiillllnu: the Courthouse door la $114.92.AI.SOl. ALHo: SKVi of NK" of SK',

4< ."re. mor or lexx.Th Starke on the 4th day of February NKV of NEH & of STATK OF --1. ') U5.84.t: Wi 12 of W'i' of NKH Sue. 23 Tp. A S. 11. 22 13.. con
IMXHH to Hold are evidenced 11.is. at 11:00 I o'clock A. M. wo Heo. Tl. 5 H. R. 22 taining 10 Acre
: ;
1. mure ice
A NW ,. of 8KV4 "". TI). Kenpondent.VtlTICK or
; DIRECTORY i iDKINK | bv "certificate 113 of 192B re. Hated this the 1:11 day of Jan SJL.. R. 22 K., I 10 Acre, more The taxe to be Hold are evliteiu''d

Hpectively and represent, the taxeafor uary." 1938. ,t rrex. morel or cOllalnlnl ItO : TO TAXPAYERS AND I. by certificates NOB. 1024 of 1933: nspectlvely -
the yeara, i 1I2J! to Kill I I. both Incliixlvc ii 'I..I.IAI. HKAL) The taxes to be Hold
,, anioiintliiK t I to $7 2.37. J. "fO\II. certificate NOH. Ir. hIlL RIO "ICH-I. niHTIUCT NUMHKR by certlflcatex 1'M. uill of 1933 re- tuxes for the year 19.12 to 1937.
A 1.0: StV'\ of SKI I. See 2.1 ': ES ",..clv.ly. and ; the unpaid hot Ii
I'lurk Court ofllradford of 1933 and, 882 nf 1933. respectively, OF BliAljFOUU r"I.r"M.nl Inclusive amounting to $2:' '*,
. n Tl, 7 H. II. 21 .:. ronl.llh'l 40 County, Florida.I and reprexent the taxes for I the (COUNTY I"I.OHIP.Rld .\ : both" the year .. : to 1937 ALSO: 18 Acres In SW Cor of

A'.r.. more or i-2L-tt-2-4.: year 1927 lo both 1.lu"lve. amounting to 4022. SVVl, of SW'4 Sec. 23 Tp. H S

'h. tuxox to be Mold are evidenced i to $l.17.. 0. Inell"lv. Yon each of YOI are hereby : of Nix of NWI of H. >2 K., containing 12 Au'r"tiuiui'e --.

by certificates S.". 182 of nu re.tpcctlvely. ,I \( 'U IOF: .U... OF 'r." X .m""Itnl certificate together with notified a worn petition has N1'lSec.. 23 Tp.1 5 S. I II. 22 K., or less

and represent the taxex> I 4'KMTIFH'vrt':* all subsequent laI omitted or Levied I been filed i In the above nim"r Court containing 15 Acrex.. more or The taxes lo be Hold are evld u'u I II
> fur I Ihe years MIL'I I ) to It3l! I, both and cause by Special less.
i. ( thati School by aertlflciiteH I ,
littoN NOH. 'II
I XfTt'r > will be Hold ti> the higiuuuuthtujut.r : 817 and l 0 l -
I Inclusive. t lintl.sn.I j t Hlstrlct, Number i'll The taxes b nold nro, evidenced
1011111 i ) n IIIIM filed with ght comm of thud I 19.11 1 antI I 1933
ut the Courthouse door ami
In' respectlvviy
I AI..o: :1 of XKV, 1''. I written, request: I that the tax -rl'if- Starke on the 28 day of f..0 County Florida, seeking lo vali bv certificates ;"H. 224 and H77 of resent the I unpaid) % taxe tom > '
I'J ::.> TI"| 7 S II K.. ('.nlallina I Icates tofrelher with ni I subsequentomitted ) IH.-IM.: at I 11:00: o'clock A. M JI".I\.y. 'I.1. it nil confirm an Uxuo of "e- 19:11: and bOll r..lv.'y." and rep yearn 19:10: to I 1937, both Incln-i
: In Stfrlll/.ril 2hI< Acrex. more, *n* lexx. or by the Hated funding bonds of said district In theuicgregate resent the lax.. 110 years 1930to
'J Batte. l.vl.o hell this the 8th day of January amounting to $52.87.
j 19:17.: '
Tile IHXUX to be sold 1 are evidenced[ .State h" ,' and to the "t8.: principal I amount of $21.- both Inelu"h'f. ALSO Com. .
liy I'ertiricateH' .Vi.M. 70 of 'I :: : 000 00, to I b elated July 1st A. >. to $ alnunlnM : 26 ft 3 In IS'f
' ii The 1'attse ThntUTS ll 1211 reI blithest I bidder for ruth I provided l (.OFFICIAL. SFML) L :14. SK (Cor of Lot 8 of
5 n"frCMh. I xnedlvply, I I 19:17.: numbered I to 42 both A : W B Hlk 16 Hun
and re|>rexent t the unpaid by House Illll 31H of the 1937 acts A. J. THOMAS Inclu- Acres of NI, of N IDA ft W
'taxeH for the years 1I27! to JIII.! : of the [Legislature i upon, the followliiK Clerk of Circuit, Court nlve, each I bond III I the principal; NW'"r' NI'l'/uS&i'.l':: Tp. 5 H. Call St. M 821 j ft. S 105 fl '
ft to
'I both I Inclusive, nmnlllto $ dencrlbed real istuttuiui the amount of $500-00, and two of nuld R. 22 K.. Acres 22'8 tlegtnuuluutzIlnlsihiui
ARE ALSO: Si'i11 Hxctpf .2. County of Ifradford State of Florida County, Florida. Ixiudx maiming, on the 1st day of more or lesx.The "lulnlnl I Town of Hturke, Src
Ip'.r l-H-3t-l-Jl. 2<
) 8
I A.Ti'H, hut 11'. ". & S'" Acres InSW to-wlt: July Ir each year from July 1st, A. taxes It. lie sold are evidenced Tlie Tp. S. R. 23 K..
rKKMICllTIEXPERT OX l>. 19.18 to July 1st A. Ii. I9J8 tuxes to be xuld are 0.> Idt'in. "'
'or Section ill i both liy certificates NOH.
Towiinhlli | Acre Com. HH feetV of 210 I I nf 1934: respectively
I 7 South: I llanite S3 Kuxl, coiilalnhla Ml':J! (Vr of sw! ;; of MWl4 & Run 10'1'1 0.IKKI'ls Htl.K OF 'h'I X IncliiHl;' tn be issued pursuant toauthority and, represent the un- by certificates I Nox. 1073 of l'l.I': S i'xpectively

(U7 Aci'es 'muoiuor ICHN.Ttie t't. W 313 ft, S 210 ft. of Chapter 16772, Act of "'"hl taxeS C.,. I Ihe years' I 1933 to and represent the IIIUK.Ituxes I'
litteR tu I iuf Hold S:1 xo'rICF HKUKUV I : (1\FN: that ll'.ll' I 10.". of .'lu"ldl. anil other a : for the years 1933: to l" ::
CARPENTERS are evidenced !. : i ft. to beg, 1.. 21 Tp. II <>. bus filed ritevu'ittui pllcuhle 1) i h.II.lv. "1""nlll to both Inclusive 01
"Trn certificates No a. 2119 and Has of I Ilill K.. Acres, \ I.WM. ald pursuant to resolution r71.bulh iim'ninlliig' to $101

\2'! and 1'.1:1 respectively. and r.I'th. I 1 imtre or less.Thw .cI"lullln/ .Iflcatea request that the tax I Moard of 11111 In-I 1.11 Tots I m Kxcepl: Lot I ALSO: N'-J of NW'i A NE't "f
together with all : NK': ,.
Se .
for the 4 Tp. S. 22 K I: .
.11'I"lul county R.
resent ,
:: tuxen fur HieytiirH Town
TI" 11KXALI. STORE nlp.I. titles to bu .0.1 are evidenced' iiuont omitted or levied taxes .r'l ,, Ira.l. H"b-flv. of lj.wtey, K of
State of Florida, contnlnlng
I ill
I'.i''7 to 111:17: both 1".llolv. by certiricatex Nu. "7 and !9'.I3 of '1) thi State be advertlxed and vember let A, adopted 21, :JM, 2:, / 2t! Tp. 5 Acres, mole "ilex
1937 ( *
.unixitillnw, to I21T..S7. 1111! : I and li'll/ ;I; "'""I'lv.ly.I I and rep- 10 I thi hlgheHt bidder for I. or the exclusive -I S IYi 23 K ,
The taxes be "Ihy
"refunding to
Said rl.h all except xoIJ' are evldc"'
together with tuxes for 1930 .u"lo.e taxes he sold
r.rlt..I.. r..nt years toI ,provided by House lull SOU I. are evidenced
th .H: the
(' .tIIINET \\ K all ,"bM"'II."t| omll.i < or Levied I I ::17, liLiib I IncltiHlve. amounting I to I 1937: CerN of the upon' of said dlHtrlct existing/ Indebtedness I h)' certificates S.. 721 I ,f I IBM re tIlls cnitlflcate* Nox. 166 and i1"! "'
(I and
accrued 1933:
taxes will I lie ", time tllKhexl I II $3!'.4I. LeIIM..t.r. and spectively and respectively, unit n V
the the
FflCNITfKK RKPAIRING I I rolowlll ... estate hereafter" "" by ,'hl" of i that represent unpaid resent the lii.')1vearx
the 'rulnl unpaid taxes for
!hM'r.t Courthoiixe door I II ALSO: T..t. 1. 2 1 38 ft tuft..tit In of Bradford State of certain, I of taxes for the yearn I 19.12 to 1937,
t 'P1HLSTElL1XU >': .. mi t Ihe 4ih day of ..br.l.y. I l 3, 4 of Hlk I 1.01. I. 2 1"I.rlda.. I : dated hUld I ".Id
I !9.111. at I 11:00 I o'clock A. Xt K AS ft of lotx 4 of Elk Iri, sit of t.I: ,.. 27 Tp. 5 fl. R. I| Yor 'JJ.W1{ ti.i.J9 : .\ : NI.J' un""ltln" of amounting to $32tt H2.
< S. are hereby I "o.n ALSO: KV. of
I It nl..it his the l.'illl day of January. LU'liiRHton. truby ( s H.f'l.hdnl l- 21 K. Most of NKl-i of SKVI Wee
& 80 Acres Ry.
I EDDIE HARTMAN .ills.hit'hu'It'I.tL.i. of XK'i NKV. Sec. 29 or ool"lnlll more I "ha"I""1..wih notice anil of Ih. con The taxes tu he sold are 4 Tn. 6 S. R. 22 K., containingSO
( HEAL) Tli. It. 22 R: : .ttul am" here- .v"l.nc.d Acrex. more or leH.
The tuxen to be Hold evidenced hy required I to I 723:' of 1933
'tuul appear be- "rlfh'al.. No. re. The '
.5 l'IOSF 37 A. .1. THOMAS, I. to be sold are toi'ulii: taxes tu be Hold are nvldi'ii"1'by
.vll.nc.d ".rUtlc'LI. NOH. 84 of 1933 ro- Honorable A. '.. Adklnx, "11 represent I ihe unpaid '
Clerk of Circuit Court ofKradford certificates No .
by certlflvntex 344 317 I and 901
I taxes ,
No. Judge of lIme
und represent hateS fur said Court for 19:12: to :
I 1937
ut 10:00
.1..lv.ly. : A. M. Idi2
year. : and
County, FloridaXIIHH lli.it and IW33: IV83: and '
respectively, reuresent 'h. years 1:1": I to both Inclusive I o'clock on Monday. January 31"i. A.: both Inclusive, to $3663. respectively, re! ,
11:7. .
t onolntn" resent tIle nn.ii tnv Illyluil.l'
the Oeul.
I -21.:1-2-4. Inlall laxex for thiveurs nmoiintliiir to | l p. ,MM.I, : ut the office of said Judiro \I.lf: Lots ::1. Kast "
Stern's I 19 :10 I! both lueliislve. ALSO: Com at Cor of m in I ItS coiintv Lawtey 1931 to 1937. both inch lou'-'
. Garage I OF \ lIM.KTIOFOK amounting to $225.71. "'F I courthousn I in tia-rk e, uni'iiintlhg, i i to 5:1: 4 00.
Hradford The
I of HKV.: Sec. 2U Run W 37.. County Florida at taxe to his Hold are evidenced)
; f\\ .t:1: Said' tux c"'UCle"l.111..lh.r with ft. Thence, X. 342 1 ft to a pt of t time and place said Petition whl.h hv certlflcaten NouN 25(1 of 19:14: ALSI/ >: wi.j of NK'I of SK'',
.: ZENITH RADIOS (Xrnnle ..11 '. 111:1)XOTICK : all m t um l iieu-. '', '1 (.1 iii/ v Ieui'n..s .1 N 478 ft VV I heard, to show will be and re Sec. 4 Ti.| it rf. R. 22 K., contain-
tt ::1 1.1. 'h.lr. .1HO cuuMe If any you "pl.tl.ly. represent" ( the unpaid
| IHOHKHY I : ( IIVHN: That will iuuuoiul t hut SO
I I the highest N : lull I have or If "* for the Acres more or len.
ft there
0 to any
GOODRICH TIKES nt of should be 19.13
K Shl i ,' why y.a"M 19:17: .
mter Smith, holder of Tax Certificate bidder at the Courthouse door In A-reM SKVi of 2'l I Hiitd refunding, bond should not be both 'Inclusive' amounting to $62.48. 1 lie taxes to. he noli are evlden.. "I

; Ilighrttt llt.v-I.o\,.tt Pre,'. Nil U4. Issued the 7th day starke on I Ihe 2* diy If January Tp. 1 H It. 22 K.: .JNV ..1 4 I validated I and confirmed I in con ALSOLot 00 of Lnwtev by certificate No*. 369 and 902 '(
of AUKlMt A. H filed 'r"wl
lil.1.1 ban nanian 114:18.: at 1 1 :00 o'clock A. M. .nl.lnlll 19110 and 111,13
aid iei-
"" more or I r..IJy with tha prayer net forth K of Ry In So, 2: 24 respectively
EASY < office and inadw .. I... 25 fc
PAYMENTS lit ha** appllcallon Hated this the All day of Janunrv. 11 : resent the il-
: 1'he ami 2rt unpaid taxes foi
taxes I be Hold 1",1.1 T. 5 S
I an evidenced .11.1 pilrHiiant to I | K.:
for u tax 1eed to be Issued tOllS: I. 2
year 1929
l hy certlflealvs. NOH. 474 and of at of Florida In Much The taxes be. to 1937. both In. I Iumountlng ui -S -
.h..I..n. Suld i cei-ltfIcnte u embraces (It SKAL: ) 11 I. .,"lor. evidenced i to
..J.II.I\ lull: and 193t: : respectively, I case riiuttuarId provided.' b)' certificates NOH. Si 4.II.
: foltowtnw: described: nroi" >erty :In J. THOMAS u resent the unpaid for r\- A NI u. i there being' no t I and 736 of 11)33) re- % I.l11i)! NI'tu "' NE' N'-' '
I the ,, MI''lv.ly. represent t hue
County of Hradford. State ofl''l' tII.. newspaper unpaid
F. C. Clerk of Court of I lit sit lul Special NWcit N'KV AH <
Hollingsworth l'I''llt v.'ill's ltl;I| to 1437. both rUI"I"d t l'a"M for the 1932 s'j
,ldi.. : towltSM Hrudfont, Comity Florid:. .i moil n ting; to $77,111.Saul : IndIMlv. !I : i"I" : Number nf f'hool both years to 14:17:: \vv'i' "f NKVi W of Ry A > '.
Hi.'aNt Southeastijunrter ; i'lrh\ 11'lu.lv. tn $
I i nuurter .r 11111145.Sll'l) tax ,. together with r ,', County Bradford: ,\ : .SWl/ u"ultnl our ,'*?i' "' NK' He2 T'' "
f Heetli 2ft/ .rtrl'n''H SK''
Hog And Township 'ill I d I:County Telegraph, a duly qualified I I ": r NW, S. It. 23 I'?., containing $7 An.--.
Hominy 7 or Levied of
Holitlt. Kiinife 21 Kaxt. citntalnIIIHT < K OF J"l H OF 'r" I. l newspaper I .published::: 1 i in : < HKK of SKI, more or lex*.
\ sold To Hradford Muc2S/ .
I : the highest M
I / Acre*, mote or l"xs. C KM I IKK'tTHM 'i R. 22 K., con
"I I the Courthouse County be and I t The taxe* to be Hold are evlil./ ""
assossmeiit rf the said door In hereby taining Aeres,
'propri IS HKIIRHY lIVEN I or "'MM.
v .,. saId u. 1M ". ir. that Htaike on the 4th day uf .1.fll'er a. the. "" '"' In The 110. by certificate No*. 608 of tIll 'I'Nlul'l'iVdly
S FARMS IId. th. Morgan has filed l.h"IIRry. taxex to be
.rtrl..II. with me .IRIS, at II I be are evidenced and "n-
: cubIt wax In the name of \\ rltten 00 o'clock A. M. nut. .h"l published hv .. .H"ll represent the
request that In
the four
tax crrtlfliutes Hated (4)) .rlr".alp. $ 1933: re paid taxe "
I'nleHu, t shall re- this' the 16th duy nf Jan cun..culv. weekly l issues .r for the yearn 19"
H..I .rlt. toicether with all suliseiniiit tutor). Hi"). lilt, 1..tv'ly. 11 represent the 'both "
I ii'.Ilied i 1,1"I lUW the Jalu.ry 19:1. unpate IJJTj Inclusive, amounting
1. omitted or 1\'I.d taxes held S OFFICHI, NEAT I IN WITXI.t the I"I: to .
) > Y""r
dcsi-rHii.il therein I I I be sold' by the State lie WnlFlJ' both IH.
wi anl "
I lie hlithcHt lildder he ul.rt... Mold A J. THOMAS, lY affixed In'I".lv. amounting to Halil '
court UI7i. wit'
the tax
Denmark .t II hluhest cash an I the official I Heal I of the A 1.10: NKIof HVVi/ togethri
... d I r on th. rl..t i Monday In ,provided liy House Mill 394 of the Clerk of Circuit Court of I titled Court at a'v. .n. MR'1 A WVj N'.f of all subsequent omitted or l.evli"'

S Furniture Co II.... 7th month day of of) March,,,' I 1939.liat.'d : .which .I i'h."14i'7" !. I'nits' I of the Legislature' real upon I IJI I I-2-4 prndford" County, Florida. County uary.: I"O.iou'hi.I9-1X... I hfArrkd"'da:| : ,'rIJ alt 4 SK'containing:', Sec. 23 Tp.NWVi S M.of II.SEV 22, K.of taxes l ldrler will at the be aold Courthouse to the door hlghe"l '

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hi lIt it d.i- of more otf
JunuarvI '
Stalk on the 28th of Janua'fA.
\% Are Hrrelvlnn New llradford. State of A J. / lenn.The. clay
I 19:11: V 'O'hh'R: OK It 1.1* OF T'X TIOI. .
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Stock K\ery Day. B Sure to i I i (...11.\\1 SK.t \LI X''. .>f .V\V.!, pf SW, Se. I Tp. NOTICK 4 IS K.IITIFK'TK curt .of Bradford County Circuit Itt tax. to h. old' are evidenced T>ateil this the 8th., day of till> '

See Before You !Lsr. 1 .THOMAS S U SI K ornulnlnn 20 Mrs tJny: lIV.S that ""orlda.U"'PI'IAI. I c-ertlficaten Nos. 770 nf 1933 renpectlvely ary A. I). 1931.OFFICIAL .
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-STAFF- ANCIL FUTCH Mammy Sez: Contest Winners 1 STRING BAND I

Ails my sympathy to Bill Plummer I L ELEMENTARY ECHOES ]

$ ''JSTANT 'RDTTOR-IN-CHIKF PRIZE ESSAYSlarke Po' boy, his nam' was culledat
HARRIET BENSONN Wednesday morning at assembly Program/ HcndrreclTuewluy s:
de ptctur' sho' for twentyfivebucks Mr. Benson, announced the AfternoonThe
(>('IFJTY EDITOR an' him weren' derv I'
HARRIET (DOT) BISHOP Woman's Club winner of the awards which the "SECOND' tiKADE | lets and on the sand table. ,

,PPOUT3 EPITOR \\'as Sponsoring And Po' Evert McKlney. Since Hern'-Jones Company are givingto Strawberry String Bund We are so happy that our pupilswon i We have enjoyed the study of ",
DILL PLUMMER Contest Rena Mae hab lef town him honor Students in several different entertained the radio audience last Eskimos and have learned many J
first in the Field
place Day I
LITERARY KDITOR loked: Ilk' a lost chIck. Dut ole fields. The seniors bought Tuesday afternoon over station 1 things
Tests. Elizabeth Cox Billy
ELLA MAE:: MANNING Tenn. gal sho' should hab stayedin their tings from this company.The WRUF in Gainesville. I Teacher-Mr Hart, '}
Smith tied for First in Read-
,JOKE EDITOR The Womnn'8 Club of Starke dts good ole Bradford County. are as following: Those who played In the band place i ..__ ._ '':
EDNA PEARCE sponsored a contest for the best Put dat's 'nuff pad business I American Legion -- Olhma. were Ferrol Jones, Vera Butlcr.u..lbll Ing. Billy won first place In spellIng |I FIFTH RATE '
and Elizabeth third 'I
SPEf'JAL REPORTER written essay on "How To Be A Let's talk about som' thin' happy I Iluynes, Marjorie Mathews. : Moody, Bruner Baker, Tracy won placein | We have been taking tests to see 'j'jI
JlURIAM GUY Good Citizen." Only Seniors were Ilk'. Did you all know Fran hab' Athletic Dan Hazen, Lillian Baker, Grace tw, and Earnest spelling.Our | who Is in the contests Every ;
eligible to enter this contest. found her Senior ring after misplacing teacher wnntM ui to like '
i Stump. Boyd. has been helping to fix up the
EDITORIALSKAULTFINIMNO The winning essay wrlten by it fer two weeks? She' Scholarship O Jones.CommercialJanie -- ------. ----- Japan even though we don't think I l lone from Friday. ;

Ancil Futch is presented here: says she sho' do appreciate it Mae Quar- FIRST <;K.UJKWe they should fight China. We been sand table ,
I We've fixing our
' have a Japanese Tea Garden on
BE GOOD now. l'lps. have been studying about looks nice.
HOW TO A and it very
find fault our sandtable, and we are learning -
ft Is so easy for us to
Congrats to Junior fer wearing Activities Hoc Wainwrlght. Eskimos. We
CITIZENBy enjoyed studying I A girl brought some flowers to
and be entirely things about the peopleIn
with someone yet many
Ancil Futch pech a good lookin' green shirt to English: Margaret Davidson. about how people live In the cold, our teacher.
[Unaware of the fact that we have school Wed. Mammy had heard o D. A. R. Award Frances Peek. Japan
cold lands' We have some freehand Har-
to have
We Bryan
[the same faults and even some I be citizen?/ of chiles In' The medals for these awards Teacher -Mrs Rltch. are glad
How can a good gob honey a say dry pictures of scenes in the cold 1 rel, Jr., back. He has been sick.
[more, probably worse. This Is a question of very great wished dey hab one Ilk' it. will be given to the students ata lands. .

_world JHow| would much be better if all this of us whole, inSBtead Importance to every true American We am happy to welcome Into liter date.. _. We arc sorry that Minnie Louis Forum GR.\iE 1 It la predicted that unless

of continually looking for We may all be citizens but dis school a new pupil, Charles --- sick and! hope she will soon be I We have completed our study on Japan can defeat China within the
to be a good,, true, patriotic AmerICAn who nm from back with months she will\
J' {something to criticize in others, McKay by name Society I ui.We Eskimos and have finished our next eight to ten
[would Instead strive to correct our citizen takes time thought, Dublin, Georgia. Him a Junior 011&! Barry and Uonnie Mott are getting our fouith reader booklets We have Eskimo dogs, be forced to withdraw as hei reSources .

[own faults. And when we are In- and Individual.sacrifice on the part. of the Mammy wishes to congrat dey were! visiting in Sunta Fe Sunday. this week I sledges, igloos, seals, Eskimos, i! will not permit a more extended

fcltaud to find fault with anyone, dllt went on de houseparty. Instead Odessa Kelly was visiting In j Teacher Mrs.! Roberts, kayok, polaibeats, In our book- campaign

SBeaconfield's saying, "It is much the greatest privilege of dey hab som' pretty good victuals Mae Lewis was in Raiford

(easier to be critical than correct." any people on earth by being bornIn to eat. Maybe it's because Harriet Sunday. ck

By striving to remember our this great country a land of the likes to cook Don't all you Miriam Guy, Frances Peek, Har-

[own faults Instead of thinking of I free and a home of the brave I boys propose at once. riet Benson, Doshla Smith, Harriet

[the faults of others we shall Blowfly there are five very Important De Lil Women's dance was rather -I Bishop Enza Weaver, Mary Ed-
should consider If we lire I
eliminate our own. points we slow 'till 'bout ten o'clock and wards and Edna Pearce spent the
--Frances Peek. to be a good American citizen. den here comes, a crowd of boysto weekend at Kingsley Lake at the
First--An American must love
--- --+-- It. Mammy neber seen so many Adkins cottage.Bill .
ETHOUGIITH( FOR THE WEEK Liberty. To love liberty meansto boys in all her life. And did some Plummer spent the day In
It because it is
|1. A man will confess his prize ob den gals look scrumptious! Jacksonville, Sunday.
worth than dollars We
[faults, but never his follies.-Ches- more lire Rivers Hundley 'specially, looked Hazel Moore and Lillian Mos-
[ to use liberty each day for our like a billion dollars. An' Dot ley spent the wcek-ond in Jacksonville -
terfleld.The ->wn good 11 a well as for the goodof
i longest life Is but a parcel Bishop loked like a dream in her \ .
of moments. new black velvet dress' But de Frances Peek spent Sunday In

f3. Sin has many tools, but a SecondHe must know how to rest ob de gals were gorgeous, Hampton as the guest of Miriam
: {He Is a handle that fits them all. use his hands and his brains. This too. Everybody was sho' glad Philip Guy

Holmes means to use good, sound Judgment came home dnt week-end and I Doshla Smith spent Sunday afteinnon -

|4. Look up and not down, luok and to be skilled with his come to de dance. I in St. Augustine. F ..- ..-.. '_ ,.. ,.A.oo.---"" .....,_..._ := ,....._........-v- .
[forward and not back, look out, hands In some work regardless of Knza: Weaver was visiting in f".s.._ "k-'.' ; .'. ", J." '.'' '' << >.''>/>, ;:" <
Dat car Miriam and Fran was M ve' a { -- < k sat. x I IF' In In In

[land Hale.not in, and lend a hand.- what Third It -Is.-He must honor the Unit- was riding odd In Sunday It mus'afternoon be one of dem shoO Brookrr Etta May Sunday.Dyal spent Sunday in } : : ; '{ :i' 'V : ; ;: ; : <

|6.> To err is human; to forgive, ed States above all other countries foreign curs, 'cause it dldn hab no I Jacksonville. [\'H" E" ": \ B R"D" E lt'1K 'E. R. ""Jk

d vine. Pope. This means to show, this doors and sounded like thunder I Ernest Dowling spent Sunday in 1! ,., ::11' ; :;)f

--_.-.---- country great respect and courtesy. Moultrle ; ,, .. ,., '. .-,- ,' ... ;" '
de siw mill, and a billion frogs -\' <: ,<: ''' { ''' :{ !;. ," ; 'J''''' :'''
" .ir Lost and Found If you are to honor your country mixed up together. Melba Moody was I the guest of .", --""': "' ,;, ",-,,""' '''';': ', -- ',' ........, :- .. -' ''''':- --'--
you must know why. One of Veinle shoo has a pretty, new Mrs. Edith Carroll of Lake City.
,, the greatest reasons for this is over the weekend.Don .
Found- By Gene Long and a ring It am a ruby I thinks, butcan't ,
the great protection it offers to Kelly was visiting In Jacksonville -
dem stones
[few of his boy friends Friday night I always get
and others.
you Sunday.
how to cut the Ignition wires to straight.We I
a('Gainesville boy's car. Fourth---He must muster the am sho' glad to get Margaret Betty Green was the week-end
i English language. He must know Davidson back to din, school guest of Miss Mildred Andrew, of
;'J.O ut- -The best of times by several I
girls Friday night who went what he wants to say, what some- after she hub ben sick and away :Dade City.

n [home from the house party before one else is saying to him and If' for several days. (I Marian and Helen Howling spent iM

|the fun began.'FoundBy I he Is to know this he must master Congrats to Ancil Futch fer Saturday In Jacksonville.
the English language. writing de best essay on "How To Grace and Dorothy Green spent
the girls who re-
Be A Good Citizen" We all rho'should Sunday in Gainesville
Fifth--He must serve his country -
. at the house party a I
Jmained Doris Crews spent the week-
every day. To serve m'uns"to try to be de beetest citizen
grand bunch of boys, a swell dance end at the State Farm.
in dls
help. You may help your country.
and several budding romances.
ti'"/Found. -.A scrumptious time by country In many ways, by coop- Well, Mammy am tired from Jenelle Hutchlngs spent the r -
week-end in Gainesville.
and thinking. She ain't as s ai
eration with writing p
groups using your ,
lilt those who attended the LittleWomen's d ,
dance Saturday night. Initiative to promote progress, and young as she used to be, but don'tyou Juanita McGauley went to Silver f fw wk '"
all think fer one minute dat Springs Sunday.
by giving liberally of your means
Found- .By Janie Mae-a most ._
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)i time and talent for your country. she's a glUing too old to write dis
popular young man from Brooker,
If' you do these five things now column. KROOKER
'who drives a black 1932 two-door I
"\"Chevrolet with yellow wheels. Nice I I and throughout life you will be a -Jes'A Yo' Mammy. Miss Vera Oalnl')', CorrespondentP.
good American citizen. -----
i f going Janie Mae
'! fLoat- I + Meet the Seniors T. A. MeetingThe
.; .By Reese- his; cute girl
I Brooker P. T. A. met in
.friend L. O. Jones a
:: from Sanderson. I guess
' |it's just one of those fall flurries. Biography of special session Monday afternoon

[;Found-By Bill Plummer, a Iris for his Likeness which will DOC C. WAINWRIGHT January 24th, for the purpose of

y change! in dates Saturday night be hard to compare If you won't tell a secret, I'll discussing the question of whether iCOO w""'
[variety is the spice of life. O-Is for Others whom he will tell you something! I don't think or not to have a cafeteria in our 4.w

|LostA nice young fellow-if' give his share; Doc is his real name-but, he just school. pteseKfea 6y

[found return to Beatrice Cassels. J --Is for Joy whenever he's won't tell us his name. I supposeIt With a few words Professor G.

_. around, is all the same, for Doc suits .E. McGauley Introduced Mrs.
The percentage of blindness has O-.Ia 1 for Odd how he keeps from ;Johns, who gave a lengthy talk
(been reduced more in the United going down; him.Doc is a very admirable young 'relative to the cafeteria. After I

'' I States than In any other country. Nis for Nothing that he would man and we expect him to reach the discussion the P. T. A agreedto

not do for you, his goal in life-to have the best try the plan and immediatelythe I THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHAT I
[Democracy is on trial in the E-Is for Everything that's good possible education and live a good Community Canning equip-

t [world on a more colossal scale I and true, life ment was moved to the school
[than ever before.-Charles Flet- Sis for Supreme as the Red, This year Doc was elected building for the purpose. The
[Cher Dole, 1845.: V%bite and Blue. President by his classmates Vice-I ladies went righ' to work and we

is President of the Student Council I hope to have oui cool cafeteriaIn THE

i which Is the highest honor pos- good order by next week.
sible to obtain in Bradford High. We are glad to report that Mrs. -
t f 1 He Is well known for his mental' Leon Wlldew Is Improving. She is
For RepairingSmith's RITZ THEATER
ability and cooperation.Oh In a Gainesville hospital because I J

My! He must certainly of severe burns. _
have a few dislikes, though and Mrs. T. W. Markey and Mrs.

two of them are: sissy boys and Cyphus Harrell motored to Gaines-

. conceited girls. Well it could be ville Wednesday. ;
, worse! I Mrs. Pearl Norman spent the ,

I He Is very popular, although he week-end at her home In Starke. '

Phone 120 I Il Is very bright mentally with both I Mrs. L. R. Waters, of Alachua, DOORS OPEN 9:30 A. M. PICTURE STARTS 10 A. M.
boys and! girls and well he mightbe spent Saturday afternoon here as s

with especially the girls. guest of Mrs. T. W Markey.
l Wrecker Service Day or Nightw i He Is five feet, six Inches tall, I Mrs. Mary Brown of Louise

weights about 160 pounds He is 'was visiting Mr and Mrs. H P
.. remembered by the girls for his 'Galney, Sunday. l FRIDAY AFTERNOON FEB. 11

perfect physic. He is very modest i( Mrs. Agnes Knowles Mrs. Pearl ,

although not shy. At one time Norman, Misses Mildred Morgan P. M.
TA.BI3LITYFACE his ambition was to play football and Annie Laura Elliston were In ,

and be a hero Naturally this I Gainesville Monday afternoon' ,
wasn't possible as Bradford does Mr and Mrs. S. A. Flitch and

not have a football team and Doc baby, of Raiford, spent the week-
was very much disappointed but end here as guests of her parents, SATURDAY MORNING FEB. 12

FUTURE it did not bother him for long as Mi, and Mrs. L. A. Brown.H. I ,
THE he can't smother hU sunny side. P. Gainey accompanied Elder
i STARTS 10 A. M.
His sunny smile will pop up! Bert Rawls, of High Springs, to
He is looking forward to gradu- Primitive Baptist Church at i
WITH CONFIDENCE ation day: and getting started Green Cove Saturday.Mr. i

toward his goal In life. We wish and Mrs. T. W. Markey i YOU CAN'T

There It a GULF LIFE agent near you luck throughout your life were In Starke Thursday after I ;'
Doc! noon. i "'
r.. i- AFFORD TO '
sk his
you- ass itenet In preparing a
Biography of II iII with the pleasing personality la''I

program that will assure YOUR financial JANIE :MAE qtJAKLKS; ((1) feet 7 inches tall, weighs 126 I a MISS THIS NEW '"wK

Presentln' Janie Mae Quarles and has brown eyes and
Independence -- I pounds DIFFERENT '
-. :J::r p..P ; the most outstanding student In i brown hair. AND
commercial work in the Senior ;I She likes dancing, parties and

class. ;I, brunettes-oh, by the way. It COOKING ,
Janie Mae was born in Miami, I I seems, as if she likes to be teased

and she lived there for six years.J about a certain boy who graduated SCHOOL

She then moved to Brooker, Florida lust year from B. H. S., Is attending

and began her first year of I the University, and Is a brunette. o

.chool--but. back to Miami she .
N had to go. After having attended "f; Janie Mae plan to be a woman YOU WILL BE ABLE TO SEE ALLradford

school In Miami and Fort Pierce of the business world, and we
R. E. Jeffcoat, Assistant ManagerP. abe again came to Brooker and all know that she will make some AND TO HEAR ALL

has lived there ever since. man a good Steno; or- e'rra

O. BOX 225, LAKE CITY, FLA. This bright-eyed young lady j Id' wife for that matter.

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- ; Edward Sapp ran T"X UI1: January 114th A t> I'iyB" "'
; I Charles OKKICIAI., 8KALr
: Has Birthday Party 'FAVORITE O. ... Phillip, Correspondent That A. J. TIIOMAS
W. H. Smith, holder of ';4 of Tax Clerk: of circuit 'ouu ,""r.
Charles Edward Sapp celebrated .. Ortmcnte No. 412, Issued the 1Ih ltnidfi.nl (" ..unly. Kli.m' ,
RECIPES i Cafeteria ProgressingTho dny of August, A. 1'). 1933, has filed KNK1IIT A KN1C1IIT.Atturnvr .
'focictrJ his fifth birthday anniversary I Lawtey School cafeteria damn In my ,!tire and him made fur plii'. .'tiffs.

Friday afternoon, when his grandparents ._ T. A. Is i Uft>llciitIon for tax deed to be t25.61.2.25.VOTIfM.
: -- --' .. .. sponsored by the progressing Issued thcrncin., Raid certificate embraces -
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sapp. nicely here and all teachers I 1 the following doHprlbodproperly OK APPI.\-rIO'-!

entertained for him at their home BUTTER CREAM MINTS well satisfied I 1 In the County of Urnrtford Pun 'l'4x I>KKI>
and pupils are mute of Plnrldn, to-wlf: (*...<" Hill No. 18.1'
from 3:30( until 4:30 o'clock. Mrs, M. B. Merlons has given a with the food prepared at a very I Illix-k S4 CroHhy Lake Shorn In N'OTICK HKKKIlY:: : GIVEN: '|1'1 i,...

Is Honoree Mr. and Mrs. Carpenterand The colors of pink and green recipe for butter cream mints that reasonable price. The teachers of HitulhniHt. Quarter cjf Section 24 "'. tt. Smith' holder of Tax ,
A In NnrthcRNt. Utinttor of Mictlon tlflcate No. ins Issued the ,
PartyMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Long Are predominated In spring flowers wa are delighted to print. Not only the school will present a play Friday 26 All In Township 0 day of August A. L>. 1981, IIIIH 1,1,:?,i,

\ j'' At Birthday that were used In decorating the because: we know it la good (she night, January 28, entitled l Mouth. KuitR-e" 21 Bant.Tim Name In my office and has 'niMl,
r P. M. Barefoot and Mrs Hosts At Spaghetti Supper lower floor of the home for this l loccRAlon. but also becauseIt the aHsoHsmenl tit the said property appllcallmi for a tax Iced i tH e.
Bent us a sample) "The Gossip Eliminator" for under the Halt certificate ,IsHUHil Issued thereon. Said certlflraii> ,,
/ I* J. Green entertained Saturday; Wednesday! night at seven The pink and green Is entirely different from any benefit of the cafeteria. wan 'In the name of Mrs, Lena braces the following deatl,1. ,.n","

- *' afternoon Jan. 15 at the home of o'clock at the Woman's Club birthday cake holding five pink Other recipe that we're received Platform To Be Built \'. Illbbard.t'nleHH properly In the County of Hruilf.niState '.
\ Call Street with a D. P. Car- avid .rllth..I" shell be of Florida, to-wlt:
the former on building Mr. and Mrs. candles further carried out thecolor
f' Juanita lately. Plans were recently completedto rrilHcmiMl arcordln to law the lllkn 3, 18 16 Iota In Crur-lii
) : bunco party honoring Miss penter and Mr. and Mrs. T. T. scheme in the dining room. Hi cups water build truck loading platform property iluHcrlhod therein will beHold Take Shores In MKVi' of Sec '4

E'' ,7.. Barefoot who celebrated her Long were hosts at a delightful The cake wan used as the central a I to the highest hlililor at thecourt & In NK'4' of Fh,... 25 Tft\vnlihli|'
rl at that time. 2 cupe sugar between the store of Q. W. Rob- house door on the first Mnn- 6 South: ,, Kang-e 21 Kant.!
birthday anniversary spaghetti supper when they en- adornment on the dining table, I/S pound of butter erts and the postofflce by the dn)' In the month of March III3H, The aHHRHHiuent of the said 1 pni-,
c ., 1 House plants and other green- tertained the members of their which was covered with a hand- essence peppermint which IH the Tth tiny of Mnrrh, 193S.r erty ender, the raid eel iifli'in ,..
1 teaspoon Randall Co. of Cincinnati. Ohio >ntp.t thlH 20th day of January sued In the ,
1\\ were used to decorate the living School class and the memo White narcissi wan name at .Iu"
ery Sunday lace cloth.
some Vegetable coloring.Put owners of this property. For several 1938.IOFlrlCIAL. HallU.IJnloHK.
room where the five tables of bers of the choir of the Methodist and fern attractively arranged SISAL) mild. urrtirioate
water on In sauce pan; this important improve- shall h.
Salted years A..1. .
) seated. THOMAS
bunco players were Church. around the cake completed the rtuleemod ,at cording to lawthi' *
nut B and candies were served on I when boiling add sugar and butter ment has been needed by shippers Clerk of Circuit Court of propnrty deMfilhi-d thereon.. will I i.

the afternoon. Upon arrival the guests were decorations on the table. Stir until sugar Is dissolved; here who wanted to use trucks! In I-28-5t-2-26.Mrndford. County Florida gold to the highest blddpr at 'it,.
the tables during informally by the hosts Little Betty Jean Williams, of court house. door on the first Monday
greeted I ''let boil until It reaches the hard preference to railway shipments
Prizes were given to Miss Loyree their the State Farm won the prize, In the, month of March 1 I' ;I'.
. and Miss Betty Green for and were assisted In finding I stage when tested In ice water. ns the Railroad Company did not ounl'lt' OP IM'IIMCATIOV: which IN the Tth day of March. I'I .
Phillips U-shaped ta- ; a bank for finding the most peanuts AM : Anted this 20th day of In,'
places at the large Its \OTI( '': TO APPKAH :
Take from fire and pour on marble want trucks loading from
and low scores re ,
I.C making high I 11I3H.'UI'FICJ"I
I : ilo, placed In the auditorium. Col- during (the contest. ; Tutu STATE OP FLORIDA TO: arv
spectively.A slab; quickly add peppermint platform. It Is expected that construction Robert H ICunopll also| known SEAL)
orful Spring flowers and greenery Mrs. Sapp was assisted by her and coloring; pick up and pull like will be rushed and It will {I Robert: II. Jlbls, Russell and Oeor-KH A. J. THOMAS
fruit salad course with Iced attractively arranged on the table, / daughters, Mrs. W. B. Mundy and I I cia Anna Russell aim known n. Clerk of Circuit Court .
cool to stretch for the ber
taffy until enough be completed In time ICriKlford Florid.
tea was served late In the after lent a festive air to the occasion Miss Dorothy Sapp In serving ice """nch.lIn... Clhl.n ItiiHHell hiswife 12HSI226.WRUF. County I IMond.
ri :Mrs. out and cut into small pieces. ry movement that will start with- i each of 1617 Kant First Street,
noon by Mrs. Barefoot Mrs. Long and Mrs. Carpenter cream and cake to the young I \MiiMton-.Snl, North Carolina
I The mints wUl' be hard and in the next two weeks unless ,
Frances Parker and Sara Bare assisted in serving by folk. Balloons and candy were II HJoFTINUH(111 :
were 'chewy at first but after they have weather conditions hold the fruit' \' are hereby notified that 11
F. Demorest Mrs. C. S. given to each guest and favors for .
Mrs. R. j' cult has been Instituted
hours best In the Clr
foot.Favors stood about twenty-four off longer. Plants are In the
of shower bouquets of Lindsay Mrs. N. D. Wainwright t the afternoon. -nit' Court of Utfulforrt County,
they become soft and creamy. condition that they have been for Florida, In
Chancery, a. W
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t. and tied with Matthews. About of Charles Edward
J narcissi! fern dainty Jr., and Mrs. E L twenty derman and Dora Alderman
the several this season
ribbon were placed on each plate. After supper much amusementwas 's little friends were present past years I I wife an plaintiffs walnut you and t
I ,IIEE-;; I II 1 and is that :
it good en'-li
expected a of
Those enjoying the affair with afforded the guests by a I to enjoy" the party with him. ( PUFFS 7o I. yoU UH d"fun
the honoree were: Misses Frances contest, Professor Quiz and other I ---+ I We have another delightful surprIse crop will be harvested. And you each are hereby required

:Peek Marion and Helen Dowllng. games Music was enjoyed Golden JubileeObserved for you. Mrs. J. M Alvarezhas Baptist Union To Meet ,". "'1'1'?!! In said| I cult on March 10:45 A. M.

(Clara Flume Betty Green Loyree throughout the evening. 'I I By W. M. U. contributed a recipe for cheese The New River Baptist Association 7th your A.written I> 193S drfensrs and thereafter, if any to to fllu the

)Phillips./ Lillian Stump Edith Those invited to be with the four puffs. This Is also something new will hold Its Union meeting I Id11, of cnsnplelnl within the time

Rowe Lunelle Stokes Margaretand hosts were: Mr. and Mrs. L. D. The Woman's Missionary Unionof --.a hot hors d' oeuvres. Mrs. Al- hero at the Baptist Church next orJudament. will he entered against m

Edna Pearce Rivers Hundley Vining and their guests, Mrs. Carrie I the New River Association held varez' culinury skill has long been Saturday and Sunday. The pub- you by d.t"ult.

I Harriet Benson Willa VIda Kll- Jane Rushln and Mrs. Bet its Golden Jubilee Rally at the famous so we know this is lic Is cordially Invited to attend. Ilradford County Telegraph" la
dominated .. J... fob
hereby a the 31. WtiiMtdiy. 2.
lingsworth, Miriam Guy, Donhia Green, of Dublin Ga., Mr. and Baptist Church here last Friday. good. Able speakers! will be on hand and newspaper In wllll'h duly thin oualnii no-- F.ld.y. Feb. 4 W.dneid.v. F.b. 9.

Smith and Betty Stringfellow. Elmo Struth Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Women of the Southern Baptist Cut American cheese in Si! or 1 dinner will be served on the shall' four be P"l b 11..heil once earnpr'ovldert' F.ld.y. F.k 11 I. A B.sf-Up Skew

Hart Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North Convention are celebrating their inch cubes. Have ready one sau- grounds both days. hy I.consecutive... week. a. $SpenMftd/ yew ftcn H Dnjf SIT ,-. j

Sub-Debs Meet Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Golden Jubilee this year. cer with about M cup of cream; Mr. and Mrs. David W. Moore WITNESS: my hand and official

The Sub Deb Club met at the Mr\, and Mrs. J. H. Benson Mr. The W. M. U. was organized in one with white of one egg; two and two daughters, of Ft. Myers, -----

'Woman's Club Wednesday after and Mrs. L. A. Gray Mr. and Mrs. 1888 In Richmond. Va. On May 10 saucers with cracker meal in were visiting Mr. and Mrs.: J. H.

noon and elected the following officers N. D. Wainwright Jr., the Rev. the W. M. U. will again meet in them. Moore, over the weekend.Mr. .

for the coming year: and lIrs.V.: A. Fischer Mr and Richmond and a special Jubilee First dip cheese cube in cream and Mrs. R. L. Dinkins of

Doshia Smith, president; Mar Mrs. Glen Wood, Mr and Mrs. M. program will be given. then In one dish of cracker,meal. Jacksonville! were visiting relatives SV

I I lon Dowllng vice-president; Edith F. Brown Mr. and Mrs. W. H At the meeting here Friday Next coat cub"? thoroughly with here Saturday.Mrs. \.t

Rowe secretary-treasurer; Helen Smith Mr. and Mrs. C H. N as- Mrs. S. E., Sparks led the program the egg white-merely broken not [ Clyde Auatitn was visiting!

Dowllng, reporter. worthy. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. War- which hud an its theme: beaten stiff. Last coat cube friends U Jacksonville over the \

It was decided to have a meet- ren, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell, "Ye shall hallow the Fiftieth oughly with cracker meal thor-I week-end. cST TOCOOK

ing every third Friday and a request Mrs. Jeanette Klncaid, Mrs. By- year" A special feature of the other dish. Do not let T. J. Terry was visiting at C

waa made that all membersbe num Perkins Judge and Mrs. C. j day wns an address by Mrs. Rosa exposed at all. I Alachua Sunday.

present. K. Perryman, Miss Madge Middleton Lee Mills Appleby missionary to The last thing before serving Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of I IN THIS

Mrs. F. H. and Brazil. Mr. and
Long Judge Webster, were visiting
cube Into
., Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. Fred Guy, -. +- _._- your. meal Brown drop delicately and boilingfat. serve Mrs. V. R. Reddish here Sunday. MODERN WAYGREEN'S

''f REAL Miss Lucille Kennedy Mrs. C. S. Marion Harrington at once. The outside will be Mrs. O. W. Roberts spent the

Lindsay Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson week-end visiting her parents at
Has Birthday Party crisp and the cheese creamy.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rltch
DeLand. FUEL
If you wish you may add a little I
ESTATE Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Rltch Mr. Little Marlon Harrington was to first cracker )lr. and Mrs J. J. McLeod, of

and Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Miss the honored guest Wednesday aft- cayenne pepper i Melrose! were visiting Mr. and
I TO Madge Whlgham Mrs. Isola Shuer ernoon of last week from four un- _u.____+__ Mrs. A. M. Blanchard here Fri- GN'f'Q'1I Fuel given. every horue-mnker the opportunity! to make

\ BUY, SELL OR RENT Mlas! Ruth Johnson, Miss! 1 til five o'clock when his mother Anne Is day. the fullest use of time that must \tf pent In the kitchen. Speedof

Marguerite Caasels and Mr. and ,[rs. K. M. Harrington entertained Betty Flynn | O. J. Phillips was a business GAS! la more than a tlme-savt'r-It assures' the right heat at

SEE US- Mrs. E. L. Matthews. for him at the home of her Honored At Delightful visitor to Ralford Tuesday after- the right ttnw Modcrnl/.e and economize with GREEN'S

'I" WILSONREALTY _._-- -- parents Mr. and Mrs. Nat Willama. noon. FUEL You cnn get modern GAS applianrra on mall monthly
Birthday Party i I.
It is reported that two hour Marion celebrated his sec C. R. Whitehead was a business ; payment.*.
Betty Anne Flynn daughter of .
j CO. radio programs may be tried out ond birthday anniversary at this! Mr. and Mrs. George B. Flynn visitor to Jacksonville, Tuesday I i'

next year by the national networks time. Miss Eva A. Grant of Rock ASK OUR SATISFIED
was honoree Friday afternoon
r n Poinsettias and japonicas were I Harbor Maine, arrived last week '
Jan. 21, at a delightful party,
,[1 used in the home for I CUSTOMERS STARKE
j. --------- decorating when her mother entertained for to spend the remainder of the win I

the party. ter season'! here.
her at their home. Betty Anne

V Remember The "REXALL" DRUG STORE During the afternoon Marion celebrated her sixth birthday an- r.ill Wainwright who Is attending They will tell you the facto about thin quick clean odorless,
and little
played games the University of Florida, at
!' 1 niversary at that time. non-polaonoua. gus that In winning new users every day
and with their favors of
played the weekendat
I Gainesville spent
For Lowest PrkcsCARPENTER'S Yellow jonquils attractively ar-
balloons dolls, and balls. the home of his parents.
ranged In baskets! and vases were DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME BY
The white birthday cake holdingtwo Miss Bessie Terry of Jacksonville ,
placed to advantage In the living I
burning candles was beauti- spent the week-end at her GREEN'S
fully decorated In pink and green home here. ,
Betty Anne's birthday cake.
and centered the dining table, Miss Betty Phillips spent the CHAMBERLIN Mgr
iced in pink and, holding lighted
i which was covered with a hand- week-end with friends at Gum
tl't I some linen cloth. yellow candles .adorned, the lace Branch section.

h I covered table In the dining room. .
Mrs. and Mrs. Williams --:
Harrington Miss Oleta Smith who Is employed -
Vases of yellow Jonquils added 1&-------------
ai assisted by Guamlto Hutto In Jacksonville, spent the ,
/ further charm to the setting.
{ served Ice cream and cake to the week-end at her home here.
i little folk. Mrs. Flynn was assisted in serv- POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

I :.M .*..>!. .,.... ing Ice cream ,gild\,\ cake to the -
About of Marion'sfriends
twenty-five TRAPPED IN CAR
I Facial guests by ,per daughter,. Mrs.
were present to enjoy the MIAMI.-Willie Dow 53 Miami
21e Glea Wood Miss: Martha Brownlee -
TlfiisueH $b afternoon with him. golf professional, and his wife I 1VILL BE ACCEPTED
f. .NT1 and Miss Dorothy Faxon. FOR PUBLICATIONIN
q etb ---. 54 in their
,, Mary, were trapped
About thirty of, Betty Anne'slittle
.!.*>. p4sx six*r.,.,.., AaL11jdg 4 Mrs. Barefoot Honored closed car on the railroad tracks THE TELEGRAPH AT FOLLOWING
e friends were present to enjoy -
1 1I 1I 1i \ 79 and tossed a RATES:
Cod Literi1 ./ / Mrs. L. J, Green entertained a the afternoon with her seventy yard. by t
train but lived to tell about it to- I
few friends Monday night, Jan. 17, '. '
I ..e75e day. Mrs. Dow, who was driving I
,..,.., at the Barefoot residence, with a MISSION HALL :
pi'" Rze r. (4
said another machine forced her
!!! 9 c surprise party in honor of her The Rev. G. E. Cutshaw, pastorof I From Now Until
onto the track in the of the May 1
11111erauI011 a path $ 7 50
; EIectrex.nr.ew.v mother, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. Lawtey Baptist church gavean
train last and her wheels
night (Not To Exceed 25 Lines
whose birthday anniversary was inspiring, spiritual message to ) -
,. *)VICK II6ATIRGga. were caught by the rails. She
9r'Y.Skin on that date. those gathered for the weekly BI-
dos l/a..l suffered back and neck
:: _OcI loom Heater Guests Included neighbors and ble lesson Tuesday night. injuriesand
o cut the Their dog
close friends of the honoree. i The sponsors of the work be- was hurt.over eye. After MarchTill May 1 QJK A A

Refreshments were served by ing out-of-town, the entire service .

:XI.-pea 341 r.r.--',,-.' 11 Q eI a wtAsplrlnTablile asre 98c Mrs. Green assisted by Sara Barefoot was In charge of friends and The rare Joshua. tree is a mem- (Not To Exceed 25 Lines) P*J V7II

and Elise Green. helpers, some of whom have faith
Malt ber of the lily family and growsto
I received In various since
Mrs. Barefoot many fully helped ways
a height of sixty feet.
lovely gifts from her friends. I the opening of the Mission about Announcements
TUII lu the Coat I II Running More Than
N..pll.'. -+- five years ago. OTICK OF CALC OP TAX

EPSOM t.e.Na Coast Froll*-HexallItaalio gA1VITABYp I U. D. C. To Meet In LawteyThe I There was special music In ad- NOTICE(KHTIPIfATBN IS HEREBY GIVEN that I 25 Lines Will Be Priced Accordingly

p SALT ".r.)'. A.U a" yAPKI sI W. T. Weeks Chapter Unit dition to the splendid; message by W H. Smith hail filed with me writ-

for illation and exact 7 the leader and all felt well repaidfor ten request that the tax certificate I
e ed Daughters of the Confederacy with all subsequent omitted ALL POLITICAL
time of brwt d,'.*'. a 1 toP will meet Wednesday February 2, braving the cold to attend.It together or levied taxes held hv the- II ADVERTISING :

h111' at the home of Dr. and Mrs. O. W. was learned with regret thatS. State be .advertlHed and nolil to th.hl"h..at PAYABLE IN ADVANCE !

li I 23. ....' .,.... H. Dodd of "Midlakes a bidder for cash nil providedby .
Sae.6a. "y 4 Brown In Lawtey. Hostesses: House Hill 394 of the 1937 act _. ..
.... _
9 -
friend and In the work is ---- -A -anM I
Tooth Brash .III. Mrs. Brown Mrs. L. H. Hill Mrs. helper of the Legislature, upon the following II
.111 NTEEL seriously ill in a Jacksonville hospital dencrlhHfl real estate In the I
i Annie K Dlnklns Mrs. Effle Miner County of Bradford State of FlorIda -
ss..l.. Ink* mi.... and Mr,. Marcus F. Brown. An important announce- to-wlf:
CREAM Al9c .. ment of coming speakers! will be nika I. 4, 5. 11. 12 18, 17 &
or .
Shaving Cream All Rlk 21 Rxrept Lots 7. g, 9,
P. T. A To Meet mad next week. 10 II, 12 & Ulkn 22. 21, 26 2$,
S 0 -+-- --- 36. 37 A Frac'l Bike 2$. in. ,11
fur I:\. .1.. ....11 MINI. The Parent-Teacher Association In Crosby Lake Shores' In SEV"
9c COTTON EXPORTEDJACKSONVILLE. of Se<>. 24 & :'.r:4 of Sec. 25
'. 1 1.1C.I.T1t .... .Jlt will meet Thursday afternoon Valued at All In Seca 24 25 Tp. 8 S. R. WE ARE BUYING
sgT.alla i Feb. 3, at 3:15: o'clock in the 21 KThe .
approximately $50.000( a shipmentof
DEFBNIE/: I 73. p,ius4 tlm ......" !!syIir C. school auditorium with the president 335 bales of Sea Island cotton by certificate taxea to .Von he sold 414 are of evidenced 1933 respectively -

'; HOT \VATKK Z4NLM.1C.ldCNSNQpY Mrs. E. M. Davis, presiding grown in northwest Florida will be and represent taxes for
the yearn 1912 to 1037.. hoth Inclusive -
e I' All members are urged to attend. loaded on the steamer Fluor Spar amounting to flO..69.'

i HOTTLE 1D 12 .._,..,. II........ ear ---+-- for shipment to Liverpool, England At.HOLot 3 of nile 12 Fa mo- PEELED YELLOW PINE POLES
rr1 no'1' Don City Sec 4 Tp. 7 S. R.
Hubber' Glove.) ML *P IVOODLAVN{ 21 E..

t 4 I Mrs. Oar Carter< Cor. The ta"en to be sold are evidenced
I hy certificate* Nos. 198 and 1011 nf
< REAL 1930! and 1934 .
RELIEF FOR respectively, and represent *
Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter and the unpaid, taxea for the
yearn 1929 to 1937 both Inclusive
children Morris, and Louise were
fifty yearn Rnljnrd'x) anew Liniment amounting to 131.76.
Park .f 5O T.uaar .,.1...' visiting In Winter Haven last hall been the favorite for ..,u- ALSO: W% of NWy of SE%" I
) week-end. Inr the muscles. made sore by' overwork '- Her. Tp. 7 8. H. 21 K. containing -
I Ia..i.t U v 4"r Oil CapsaleMv. or tow much,.exertion, .trainsMpralns /0 Acres, more or Jem.
Miss Evelyn Prevatt, of Lawtey, and bruise*. Get a 30c or The taxea to be old are evidenced
i '''0. nut/ Jnk't i vi rot ttrronit I spent Saturday night with Miss AOc! bottle and keep It handy. ny rertlflratea No. 158 and 462 of
I"lI.rl.'TlO"lIt-\ <: .' I 1931 and 1933 respectively and represent .
I M. HH. I LIP AMITIHMY. I'k'' ..A I:II C l Bertlce Norman. PEACE AND" CONTENTMENT the unpaid, taxes for the
""\10: S?r ON r\>.K Or ft Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Waters, of yearn 19.10! to 1937 both Inclusive,
N'llfl FOR THE
amounting to "3.61.
i Palatka were visiting Mr. and When sour rising Indicate an upset Said. .tax certificates together with
Mrs. O. Carter Sunday afternoon stomach babies naturally will b. all subsequent omitted or Levied JACKSON LUMBER COMPANY

lvwnP.Adtl __ __ _.__ Ovid Denmark of New York lavlsltmg I crons and sleeples. they will cry raxen. will lie sold to the hlicheat
because. th.y.1 miserable. To bidder at the Courthouse door In
\ Mr. and MM. Roy Denmark renters their onny 4111110"lIlon. the! "Starke on the IIth 4r II' f>l rn-
as this week.Mr then McQee'n Baby Elltlr. II le, lintel), at 11:00: o'clnoft A, M.
f RUGS made of mild Ingredients that will this the 22>ld day of Ian- GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA
and Mrs. J S. Norman and soothe the ..stomach aid ...I..tlbn.IIn" nary, 1989.OFFICIAL.
s Mrs. E. J. Hill were visiting Mr. help to cheek simple diarrhea.It ( SEAL)
tastea good and la a big Step A. J. THOMAS
and Mrs. W. E. Norman Sunday toward restful sleep. an<] better foo4amilmllatlnn. Clerk of Circuit Court of
M afternoon. Price JSo and bottle lUatu..cIs .

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-------------------1 Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent I George C. White spent Wednesday Church Asa'n. Meeting ouit hoax dent on the first Mnnilio I! Rtatf of Florida, to-wlt, .

1I Sunday In Fernandina as guests of I night here with his mother \ '' in' the month of March 1938, I, lilkH 2, 19 -. in Iou In Crosby
I The New River Baptist Association which IH the 7th day of Marcu 193M.Oated Luke Shores In HEW of HAD 24
Mr. Mrs. E. .
Davis' mother Mary Mrs. J. W. White. thtx. 20ih day of ..lanuil In NK14 nf Hoctloil 25 Town-
Davis. ... will hold its regular quarterly '\ 1919.I)1"FI'IAI.. whip 6 Mouth Range 21 Bant. I
--- -- -- s'1
Bits of I session at the Lawtey Baptist ( SEAL) The Mne....m.nt of the .acid property :
Mrs. G.V.. Alderman A. J.
I yes under the M>ld Arilflua.ta isCued .
Church Saturday und Sunday January '
Miss Julia Winkler spent Sun- terday for Tallahassee whore she cimk .if circuit Court of wan In the name of I Laura M. \'
29 and 30. Itrndfnrd Niiinty.. Florida :T> ul)..r.
day afternoon at llellbrcmn will spend several days with her I-29-St-1.29.' I
.-- I I fllli-AH acid rArtlfU'Kle xhnll. h.! '
Ii LocaINev Springs. husband who Is employed there. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Brown- redeemed. actxirdlniB tu law, the <
-' ''''I'II'M \rPI.u..no' I property deMfrllxiil. therein will be '
-- --- '00 lee and baby Catherine Alexandra roc T4X I KnIKAnA.tr : > anld l tu the hlKhuAt. bidder at the i

Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan and Mrs Robert Tanner, of Baldwin of Gainesville were" visiting Illll No. tealNIITII'N1NIl1RISITYQtVIte I court house door. on the firm Mon- )
OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND day In the month of i!
: :: That 1938
made business to : the ek-end of
family a trip was vt guest
relatives here Tuesday afternon. ,V. M Soul, holder of Tux Cerilfliate which IA the 7th day <>f March t9U I j

+ [PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN Sparr, Saturday. her mother, Mrs. Laura Powell ----.. No 140, tunned. the 3rd : Hl."l 1938.iuh'FI'IAI..thin 2dth day of .lunti- l
and Mr. and Mr.. J. H. Fields. day of August A. II 1831 has flied I cry .
HOW TO GO TO SLEEP Hume In my offli iand has nunlcnppllcnttoii ( SI A'.1 i
Miss Elizabeth Williams spentllaat ----. -.-- --'-- for a tax deed tu he A. .I. THOMAS d
Mold eye wlil oars| Sleep r-nrnmi (saved I Iheffun Hnld' certificate Am dork of circuit Cnui i af .
week in Miami
81 visiting Mrs. J. B. Tobler has returned .
quickly If bliuldiT IrrcuriiVarll lira*"CH the following dnnrrlbedproperty Bradford County. Florida .
friends. to her home in Kustla after a wnkciK you' un" iln 2 thlmtn.. t. 1 In the County of Urndford I N-,1-2-2li..
Edwin Green spent Wednesday Mrs. L A. Rennolda spent Sun- knllce. exceea ktrinpv Hcltl.i.. 2. ( (* ---- ---
Jacksonville, Jay afternoon visiting friends and month' visit with her sister Mrs. Iv finch out wnttto This help AI'I

relatives In Gainesville.Mrs. G. W. Alderman, of Tallahassee Sallie Tlson und Mrs. Florrie licvr the IrrltRtlrn 'that waken )
up fnilNpH Mranty flow, frequent
spent the weekend here with Wills. desire. btmilnir. 01 linrkarbc. (let
Walter Wills, of Tampa, was a
his wife S.lc worth" ir irrrdi tnhlntn containIng -,
recent visitor here R. J. Davis was the guest ---- -- huchii leaves luiilptir" oil. eta t

.. Tuesday of Mrs B. P. Smith in --- Mrs Florrle Wllla\ and Mrs. Sal- Just AllY TtukPtu, thrkldiivv rvnr-I'
-- ittinf tn .' ASK US.
IriiftKtMt and
lie Tlson left for Lake- any gel tt.irond
Puul and Paul Thursday .
E. Canova
sun, .
.. .
Mrs. J, R. Boring spent Mon- Daytona Beach. nights .I. >i> l.iu'nlly' "'AR./
I III, of Ocala, were here Saturday land and Tampa, where they will HUNTER'S tlHI'CI.Oltl'1.. .
day In Jacksonville.and visiting Mrs. Emma Canova. visit Mrs. W. W. Carter and Mrs.
Mrs. W. H. Nollman, of Sebrlng OFW l1.F1! PP
I \OTIPeI 'f\\ i
N. N. Norton. While in Tampa, '
and Mrs Marcus F. Brown Is the guest of her mother, Mrs.S. fKIITIKIfTI1S
I Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Osleen, of Mrs Tison will attend GRNparillaMr NOTH'K I* IIPHKIIV 0"1'Ihl1':: '
spent Monday in Jacksonville. F. Hamrlck. Mrs H N Johns .Ir hilK rilr-d with )

_.. -' .. Brooker were guests me written reiiuont hilt the tax .
---- of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. and Mrs W. M Wuinwrlght ( iTtlfli-HloH tnirxlliei I' with nil aub-' About our New Automobile
|Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. I .. _. ThUr8daY'1 I N*(|iif>nt nntttf nr levied taxttM. held I
----- of Tallahassee will .
in Jacksonville. spend the liv 'the Stale, !)< n.lv..II..1! and .old I
[pent Monday Jeanette Kincaid spent Mondayin I
Mrs. Isold Shuler week-end here. They will arrive to.. th' hlphfNt bidder, rnr rnnh. RM '. bility Policy. It saves you money
Jacksonville .r"'hlo.dIv. lloiiHn Kill 398 of the |
duys in Jacksonville. last week on I''some time today in order to attend .
John Powell night 19A7 arts of 'th fttplntnr/ > upon
spent Monday (
-- business. I|I the nil thday Ball tonight. the foHon-lnir diMivth rent ( + and it is protection cannot afford -
1n Jacksonville, Mrs. Elmo Struth spent last In the ('"',,,,v of Hrnd ford, .Int"\\
----- -- --- -- --- .
"Florida to-wlt:
M. week-end In DeLand with her
P"t par- Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg attended I Mr and Mrs.\ Clarence Nusg- PR"of (JR'i: A fay of SM'H! uf I to be without.
Blake Jackson spent last Tues- ents. PR", se I Ti' US H..
the game supper given at baum and Mr. and Mrs. Davis <;' | fn"O; |1 1I.
da3Sin New Smyrna. <"ittiiliiliiH" uo .\<*ICH, or I
the Country Club In Gainesville I Nussbaum all of Jacksonville I.....
Mrs. Carrie Retch spent Thurs last week. The tnx"" to lip Hold nr)1 pvld' <*ncd. |
L, As'. Rennolda, of Richmond, day In Jacksonville as the guest of were guests Sunday of Mr. and liv.TtiruHlcii NOM If) and 49 01 .

|Vac was here with Mrs. Rennolds Dr. and Mrs C. C. Mendoza, Mrs B. Jacobs [ 11130: end 1113* respectively and rep-" ,
I ,
MHS| Lunelle Stokes spent theweekend ._ _. ._ i'i-" .iii IIIXOB for the venrK lUll to
f several days lost week Inc bath Ini'liiNlvv, amounting,,, 10'IiUtl.

I -- -. Mrs. Edward Burns was a business I I in Gainesville as the Mr und Mrs. L. E. Jordan and HAROLD C. WALL, AGENCYAll
guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Hen- 1.1-10' 1'11..1 NB| I.: of :MrKlnn.v -
Mir.. E. J. Wehle. Mrs. F. H. visitor In Fernandina Tues I children, of Oveldo. returned Sun Krnnrli Her. 12 Tp. 68.tt forms. of dependable Insurance

[Box* and Mrs.; M. Box were visIltoito day. I dr"e.I day afternoon to their home after ,20 6:., rontnlnlnR n.', ACI-KH" I
tnfii'*' or Iowa
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with and
I short visit here Mr.
to Jacksonville Wednesday a The texas to t h p 'are ftvld ncA<1 [I
of 'lust week Mrs. T. K. McClane and young Mrs Virginia Carpenter and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. Carrie hv r.-rtlflrHtvH Now.hI2' and AO of l

daughter, Joan, of Tallahassee, Rltch.Mrs. 19,10 nnd 19.1.1 reitppctlvclv and reprcnpnt -
son are spending this week in the nnt>nld 'tniceH for 'he.1
[Mrs Frances Parker, of NewPort Gainesville with relatives. were week-end guests of Mr. and ---- --- ---- years 192! to 19.17, both InclUHlv..
Mrs. R. A. Weeks at Brooker. Willard W Low. of Paris amounting to VIII 68
Richey was a recent guest of --- -- Hold tux r-i-nrllflpati. together with
bar brother-in-law and sister Mr. Miss Jenelle Hutchings was the ---- --- -- France Is the guest of Mr. and till NUhNpiiiimit' omitted or Levied
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Funsell and tnx"n will HM Hold to the hljfhcftttildil
I Mrs. J II. Lord. \Mrs\ Low has .
ami Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. week-end of relatives In
guest < r at' the ('nUr'h01' floor in
Gainesville.Dr. Mrs. E. C. Priest were visiting spent the pant six months In the Slarke' on 'the II day of February FREE GREEN'S STORE

]Alias Montle of friends in Gainesville Sunday aft United States visiting friends and t99t, nl non: oVioi-k A. nr
Mulchings, ------ ---
tinted 'thin I the 22nd dny of .Inn-
( a avllle, Is the guest this week and Mrs. W. E. Middletonand ernoon. relatives. unrv. 19.1B. $1.01) in Groceries. luulFhe
-- --- <(....FIt.IAI.IUAr.) I Cash & Carryto
Gallons Gasoline
of her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. grand-daughter Marjorie Sue A..1. THOMAS: ,
I j' T M, Hutchings. spent the week end at their campat Miss Hazel Moore and Miss Lil Mrs. W. P. Smith. Mrs. W. E. ('l 1..1< of flicdlt "c-i>iirt ufrtrmlford I be Given Away

Piney Bluff, Ga. lian Moseley were week-end guests Mid<1leton, and W. B. Scwcll were rounty, Florida Koch Hntunlay. Ask Starke, Fla.
>Ir und Mrs. Dill Casteel, of of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Moore in among those attending the Alders- -- ---- -- -. about thin. I

Ij, Keystone Heights, were visiting Miss Mary Graves spent the Jacksonville gate Commemoration service in! 'oi.l'II('I,:il'I'Ilrie OKt.v lTe:4NITleR > op Tn I

ijMMd; and Mrs. L. U Morgan Sun week-end with relatives at Lake ; Jack..onvilleVpdn'sd'IY. of last IS HIMtEHY: OIVRN that : WE CARRY A 'OMI'LETE LINE OF QUALITY FEEDS AT

duy afternoon land. I Mrs L.. E. Moseley and daughter I week. written
nin rpimext that the taxrrrtirirateH
Edna Mae spent the weekend ,
"- to..lh..r with nil mihqltent -
in Jacksonville with Miss Beatrice I Mrs.! W. H. Smith and baby .* omitted' or levied tflxen. [
I held hv the state lie advertised mid
Moseley. Joan, returned to their home in Hold' to the hlichftHt bidder for ,ounh i ian COOKING OIL gallon 70c

SampHon City Monday after aweek's provided, by Chapter IK29A of ,
Florida'sGreatest the 1017 I aria of Ism latiire.
V B. Harrell attended the Florida IfKl
visit in Miami with Mrs. :
upon' the following deHrrlbed realestate i
! 1 Power and Light Go's safety Smith's parents Mr and Mrs. R. In thu founty of nradford DICING YOUR (:AN

r: ; meeting in Palatka last Friday C. Weaver stnlo" or Flotilla, to-wlt
All Work I ICxci'pt: Lot .'
i Winter morning.Mr VVrlKhtMddltlon, to ItnmptotiSection .
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I D -
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I Miss\ Margaret Faye and Carolyn The tnxuw, to he 7"1'1; urn ivldeni I'

Event.! and Mrs. Joe Young spentthe Sykes have retuned to Jacksonville hv rertlflrnle! NI>H 1504 of 111.13 retIMMtlvelv. | lb.
! .' ? week-end In Yankeetown as : and "rupn'Hint tnxnH for j BEANS lb. 41hc Coffee 121/
_'i' I after spending several the Svvra' 1913: to I1U7, both Inclu-i ,
of Mr. and Mrs. : :
guests Harry weeks with their mother. Mrs D. fl\i,>. ainoiinllnff, to 1182.12. ,
TAMPA I Binney. Maid tux certificates toR >thvr with '
, A L. Harris and grandmother Mrs. nil Kiilmeiinent..' omitted. or Levied No. 2 CAN STANIIAKU PACK PEANUT BUTTER
I I W E. Brndly. '"a.-'' will be. nodi to the hlRliemMildei '
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall of tit, ut I the "'oil rl hnuxe door Ins i iSfnrki' I APPLE' JELLY, IOC
' Jan25Feb.5 I on the II diy of February Tomatoes 6c
Tallahassee week-end t l.b..uK
were guests 'IMS. nt I 11'nn 1 o'clock A. MI t
Miss Martha Brownlee will leave
A of Mr. Wall parents Mr. and in tort thin th it 22nd day of .'Inn ,_
Mrs. W L. Wall Tuesday for DeLand, where she vary J pall.I".I'.IAI..
ALL-FLORIDA SCHOOL will enter Stetson University. Miss

FEB.I-CHILDREN FREE! I| Little L. H. Hall of Cltra. Is Riverside Brownlee a graduate nurse of 'lerk Iti.idford' of flrcull riniiitx ,fourt Kloi-ld.t at POTATOES 10 Lbs. 14c

I spending this week with his grandparents Hospital in Jacksonville l-2H-at-2-tl. : ,
1tI plans to work on her B. S. in nursing
| Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Mor- ---- -
1\0'I'lr. of 1PPid'CrlnNPon
at the University

I gan. -- .---- ( *Tit Bill: lla.tU:KIfleniit 1413): > '' Albert lOc 1 25c
I i NOTK-K IH: MKItlCIlY I1IVKN, That I Prince I SUGAR 5 lbs!
NAT SEZ Mrs. lola Shuler left this week
: Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Sherwood, W H. Smith holder of 41.:48 of Tn* ,
I who live near Lexington Ken- for Tallahassee, where she will Ortlflriilr. No. I 141, 1 'fII.tI the 3rd _
I., I day of ,AuBTURt. A. O I'ltl', hA" filed
I W K\erybody In thin little old world tucky, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. enter the school of education at name 'In my ofrir and hni ,mad NO. 2
I Prank Hoover. the Florida State College for appllcatlun for n tax deed. n, bo 1 box 2c
I l uf our! from the smallest potato Women. Mrs. Shuler's son Wesley iNHiied thereon. Said certlfIcate e.mhrnoeM Com;;::3 19c Aspirin
--- -- ,
the cans
I :'l to the big shot I* out after the following dascribadprop.rly
.. almighty dollar The Big Shot Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Tulmadge. will enroll In one. In the. t County of Itradford. I
State of Florida' to-wlt.
already halt plenty, and still wants and daughter Mrs. Fred Guy, of the public schools in Tallahassee. -I nikH I 1-\1 I. it* Ik Inks 4, 8. t1. FANCY BLUE ROSE

spent the week-end in Jacksonville 12, II. 17 IH Lou each *: !
but the little fellow I
i keeps llk' 21 oxrept uta 7. 8. A. 10,
fI\\ after It because he has to rat.Thnt's with relatives. ---- II. 12. of IIIK l IS \Lots ettlke RICE 5 Lbs. 16c
Mrs. Carrie Jane Rushin and ,
trouble folks, I Just -- '-- 22: 2:1.: I'd 29 16, 37 20
Lot ouch A P'H.'I, Illkli 21. :
Mrs: Bet Green of Dublin Ga., 30
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. King and
bate to eat. So take your choice, Xt In I'niHby lxk HhornH InSotttheiiMt
1 come In and buy something or children left this week for.Gainesville were guests this' week of MI'. and Quarter of Section
Mrs. L. D. Vining. Mra. Vining 24 & In NorthAunt Quarter: or REST COMPOUNDLARD
where they will make their
else invite around for dinner.
me Section 21V Towimlllp It\ Houtli.'
I: home. and her guests left today for Marl- Range 21 Ea.t.

I anna where they will be the guestsof The anpieiiHinent. ..fhe miff "property | I lb. lOc Meal 10 Ibs. 20c
i tinder the raid curt If..t.. IN ,
: Mrs. Tolbert Black and baby, of Mra. Marguerite Dickens for a aimed. wan In the mini of (leo. A -

) Our Regular 89c /' Lake City, are guests of Mrs. few days. A. M. Ma root to. .
... ,
Pal mild c Itficate shall bo
Black's parents Mr. and Mrs. T. redeemed acrottilnff to lnw. theproperty
.f, ', MILK 3 tall 20c Grits 10 Ibs. 22c
N. Kendrick.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley to the d..III..d highest. I therein bidder will at the HAKOIJ

spent Monday and Tuesday in court house door on the first Mon

& R. J. Davis attended the Jacksonville, where Mr. Quigley slay In ihs I month of March 1931 GUARANTEED
Il nJ
which IK. the 7th day. of March 1938.
, council of the Northern Diocese of attended a session of the Florida Dated. this 201'h day of Jitnu-.

the Episcopal Church in Jacksonville State Board of Missions of which arv. 1VIH FLOUR 24 Ibs. 70c
by it s Thursday and Friday. Mrs he Is a member. They also at- A .1. THOMAK, ,

Davis was the official delegate of tended some of the evangelistic "lerk nf Plrruit
the Women's Auxiliary of the St services being held there by Dr. I-28-&I.2-28.Bradford County, Florida S. DRESSING KITCHEN S BOXES

Marks Episcopal Church. Geo. W Truett of Dallas, Tex.
l lOc
t -- -- -- --- ran TAX DKRPIHennte RELISH/t ir MATCHES.

Mr. and Mra. D. L. Harris for ( Mill \... tail: ) I
A merly of Jacksonville, will soon W. II Smith, holder of Tux Cer- I RED BUSS
leave to make their home at tlflrat No. 143 l>ntit,.d the 3rd I

r NOW f Brooker where Mr.: Harris Is con- .day same. of In Annum.my office A. Ii and 1811 had nan filed Aappllcatl'in SEED POTATOES 150 lb. sk $2.75

f 9' COLUMNMOSS nected with the''China Tung 011 for ala. deed to be I ,

AT Jl Corporation. Mrs. Harris was I Untied thereon Bald' cerllficat..Inehrnr.a -

ready for ginning: wanted. Mrs. Fronle Bradty Sykes before. the In the following C'ountv of dearrlhedproperty ,Kradford, \ '

Write for prices and order. her marriage to Mr. Harris last State of Florida to-wit BACON Best White lb. 12'/2c
Hlk :27 82-20 Lot. In Croiihy ,
ti ry \ Armstrong Moss Co., Rt. 1 -Box
: October 16th. take Hhnren In 811% of Hoc 24
f'. 404, Jacksonville Fla. Itp A In NK"i of Section J1 Town
' -hlli ii. ),iuth, Range 21 FantThA ;
Slur-/! er-Mjh I For knockout -
;; ; Mrs. and '
Pansy Byrd daughter .
anHAiAmen' of the acid proprtv -
| FOR SALEA limited number of OLEO lb.
have returned to their home In IInI'r the "aid. .-...'Itlt.al. l Ia- 121hc1STE\V\
lovely enough for infornc( evenings | beautiful building Iota In exclusive sued. wt,. In Ih.* name of Mm J'va: lb. 10c
4 residential section of Starke. Greenville, Tenn after a month's BrlttholM.I'nlemi' _. ,
these sheer dull chiffons by Hole- \ visit here with Mrs. Byrd's par mlil i-ertlflrnle, Mhall heredeAmed -- -
: Apply Mm. W. H. Nollman care accordingto law, the FLA. PORK
Mrs. S. F Hamrick. l-28-2tp ents the Rev and Mrs. G. E. property >li>.crlned therein will he PORK
proof Palter! trio anlc'o: An'J how Cutahaw They were accompaniedhome .old In the hl.h..1. bidder at the I
a court hniiHA door on the firt ntnn- I CHOPS Lb. 14c
CABBAGE PLANTS--Now ready. by Miss Rena Mae Cutahaw, day In the month of Marrh. 193*, I STEW lb. VL\k\
they'll help your bank account at this 1' By the bed or thousand. Priced who will be their guest for several which ,ii, the 7th day. of March. '193: ,
Dated thin 20th of Janu-
right. On Road 28, 3 miles from months returning to Starke. ary. n111.lOFP'ICIAL. day FANcY COOKING __ .
of T \ In the before
rev ftorey-savlna: price ?<
12 s A town. Z. Z. Grlffls. tf SEAT.) LRS.

correct new :licd9S.: Stock up liberally! ; ,,- .; j r:, GROWERS: quote me on need Diocesan Mrs. R Convention J. Davis will held attend in the the (A."rn..tord:01111'1'"].erl J.. of THOMAS Circuit: .Court Florida.of Apples, 5 Ibs. 15c Bananas 15c

,'t cane F.O.B. Starke Prefer red- I 1-2-St-l-I5. ,
-, Church of the Good Shepherd, .____
ribbon or little Simpson varieties
Jacksonville Thursday and Fri 4OTlrel OP APPI.'f'ATIO"1"ln
3-tlirf.arf chiffsn 4-lhr.o'> chifTcn; D. W Manning 208 First Ave., '.. DEED
t Mra. Davis l Is the
day. delE'gatefrom ,. Bill JSi. 18'91NOTII"M Agent ForTRIIFIHAN
Daytona Bench Fla. :
.;, Alto .mirvie St. Mark's Auxiliary. Also IS HERKnVOIVKN.: Thnt
r, \V. II. Smith, holder of Tax Corliriratn -
r til Ike sam tow pric. FOR SALE:-Quality seeds arriving attending the Convention will be No 141 Imnieil.. therd
':; at White's Store. Florida Mra J. B. Carlisle Miss Ella J.Sasse dav of AliKimt A. D 1931 has fliedcame
r1 .J1 -& and North Carolina and Mrs. W. D. Dowty. In my office. and han madAappllratlon
-' peanuts beans, for A tax deed to h.

ilr.' corn tomatoes, pepper, and eggplant (Hiied thereon Meld'. eertlflrate ...m"ra..a FERTILIZER CO.

1 tt ';- Get our prices before buy- Mrll. Bryant S. Carroll and baby, the In the following County of Bradford.dearrbedproperty / !

:- Ing. 1-1-1t Lola Cornelia, r>f Jacksonville, State of Florida to-wlt I
were guests; last Thursday of Mrs. Klka 2 5. S4 20 lot* In Croiihy
take Shores In Uf.uf: "8' ..c. 24
t MEN WANTED for Rawlelgh Carroll's mother Mrs. F. H. Long. A In NIC:iof Section 25 Town- Better QualityGet

' Routes wf 800 families. Sales _n_.__ whip II fjoiith, HanA It EM.
It Pays to Buy atSTERNBERG'S .. nf acid
Tim s.a..m.nt th* prop.
aV Way up this year. Reliable banner Friends of O. U. Bennett! will flv under. the acid cArtlflnatA I.an.d l 1.-

should start earning $30 regret to learn that he l la confinedto wa. In the name of Simon

t weekly and Increase rapidly. St. Vincent's Hospital In Jack- Aglow.t'nleax. nald certificate ehall) be Our Low Prices Before Buying

Write today, Rawlelgb'a, Dept. sonville following a delicate oper- deemed a,- "rlIn. to law, the

FAA-223-8, Memphis Tean. alfon but I property *""I'h.tthb"lZr' bolJ .
on eyes to the the --- --

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ltf<4l>F<>KI> ('ot'NTY 't'pu'm'.I\IJ: RTARKE FUflCII FRIDAT JANt1An 28, J9S8I

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y) I
ity C. A Griffis,,
won visiting Tobacco Blue
I Points In Selecting I Sunday. Mold

Birds For BreedingPen LIVE STATE NEWS Gladys Lee, of Bethel, was visIting Control Campaign Is

Ii FARMERS; SECTION< Outlined Mrs Ralph Galney, Sunday. On In Growing Areas

i Is FLOIUI FACTS IN SHORT I'AK.\GKArtIS Mrs 8. F.F Griffis was visiting

of "r
GAINESVILLE Selection Moirell' \ the past
; Ruth spent blue mold disease in tobacco
tock Is one of the most LIVES IN A HOLK TICKY DEER PROBLEMS imi
bleeding weekend with Misses Pauline and
;, I beds throughout the Florldu _
.. j Station Will Stage Important phases of successful MIAMI Fred D. Leper lived TALLAHASSEE. The State Frankie Jordan area will be demonstrates grimIng )
to in
: Hints To HousewivesWeekly Third Cattle Field poultry production Mehrhof, ,according poultrymanwith I'' In a hole In the ground, covered asked the Supreme Court today Everybody was glad to welcome the next few weeks by a coip ,lOr
Norman R. with boards and tin on a vacant for rehearing and reversal of Its and
a Mrs.
J On Feb. 18 Agricultural Extension Mr. and Ralph Galney "picked demonstrators from ihi-,
from Maine Demonstration Day the lot by permission of the property decision invalidating laws which children back to our community state Plant Board, AgrlcultmalIntension ,
, Service. I owner So he argued to 1I1unlclpo.IJudge authorized removal of deer Infested again. : Service and
TallahasseeMORE Experiment
SpeclnJlMHt extent the
for its ,
GAINESVILLE. Plans "To a large C. that since
Curry cattle fever tick in fourSouth.
with '
Station.! Plans for the
third Beef Cattle Field Day on that go Into the breeding pen will j he hud built nothing he could not Florida counties. The court I I Donald Prevatt is visiting his campaignwere
LIVING-ROOM made determine the quality of the chicks father In J Jacksonville this week. completed nt Live Oak re-
February 18 are now being I have violated an ordinance requiring for consideration.
STORAGE SPACEIf Station, produced Chicks of superior I received petition -I Mrs: Ida A. Chase la visitingMrs ceiitly, and the demonstrators are
by the State Experiment houses to cost $1,500 or more. followed
Dr. Wllmon Newell director of the quality cnn be produced only by The judge disagreed with him but The rehearing request I C. H Clark, of Staike, this now working In cooperation with
i iI the living-room carries out its announced today. parent birds of superior quality," quarantines established 'week. county agents.Dr. .
Institution, deferred sentence when Leper
function -a place for all the family Mr. Mehrhof said against Florida livestock, except ( Mis. W. B. Tlsdalo, plant putholnglst .
Ralph Galney was visiting
Cattlemen from all sections of promised to move to other "dig-
North Carolina
for the occupations hogs, by Georgia, for
In which to gather Therefore the poultry specialistsaid Experiment Station
state invited to attend the Mis. Z. Z. GrWla, :Monday.
the are gings. Alabama. and Loulsl-
that come after the should exer- who has had long experience with
I the poultryman
event, which Is held for the pur- --- -.---- Mae Prevatt was visiting friends
: The States said the I
ana. -
work Is done--It requires a cer- clue care in selecting the best birds quarantines tobacco diseases, is directing the
pose of giving them Informationon 'rooIeCII: CAUTIONTAMPA.An were established because at Flora Home and Palutka Sunday -
tain amount of recreational equipment for breeding purposes. To assist I campaign from headquarters In
'. Some will be for the adults, the feeding and management of the poultryman In selecting superior I unusual accidentcost Florida had not removed the tick- Live Oak. Eight other demonstrators -

some for the children; some will I Beef cattle. The program for the birds for the breeding I the life of a man believed, to Infested deer and eradicated cattle I Everybody remember services at have been assigned to(

be enjoyed by all. day Is being arranged by Dr A. L. I pen, Mr. Mehrhof listed the following -j. be Rebel Ambrose, 48, of Philadelphia tick. I Boatdrain school house the first districts and are now conducting
to Shealy head of the Experiment He was fishing on abridge _. '
I' The housewife's problem is + Sunday Everybody Is Invited.
-, points: -- ---- ---------- meetings and giving demonstrations -
and to take of the things Station animal husbandry department about 13 miles south of u -_
store care conform
f birds should Their
and other workers Breeding | U HOLES,\LK JAIL BREXK headquarters and assignments -
that used In the livingroomso here and waved his flashlight to
are to requirements for their particular I RISING follow:
that they are convenient when No field day was held last year, and j attract the attention of an ap JACKSONVILLE. -- Sweeping I I .
breed. Breed-type plum- \ \ilss! Edna Lewis' Corresponded:
I The demonstrators
but the Station li carrying on motorist Mrs, Garce In the ciders are supplied
wanted but unseen If not In usu age color should be maintained proaching changes assignments, :I __
Toys, children's books and game feeding trials with cattle this year and dlsquallflcatlonlllan ] C. Flex of Sarasota, driver of the Involving deputies who have beenon with spray' pumps and materials
specially, Loran Conner of Gum Branch
boards, card tables and covers for and will have the animals used in 1 defects such us side sprigs, I car, thought something was wrong duty for some time at the county -I, for use In demonstrations, but will
with Mr.
< spent Saturday( night
them, small musical Instruments, these trials on exhibit at the event and with the bridge and applied the Jail have been announced by !I be unable to furnish materials and
tails, tails split
squirrel wry and Mrs. W. C. Conner
sheet music, gramophone records, next month. Talks on feeding, should be avoided. biakes. The automobile skidded Sheriff Rex Sweat. With the assistance equipment for regular\! spraying, it

magazine files, and perhaps the management, breeding, pastures, slipped Males wings and females should be and pinned Ambrose against: the of Federal Bureau of Investigation I I I Browder Knight, of Dothan, was stated at the conference

mother's mending basket or bag and other phases of livestock pro- selected for constitutional vigor. bridge rail He died nt a hospital. and United States postal Ala., is spending some time with Meetings are under way through-

of fancy work What a miscellany duction will be made by work(> I agents he has been conducinga H. H Lewis. out the area this week, and will
Birds of high constitutional vigor --- --- --- '
Things of quite different of the Experiment Station and l's// are active and alert, bright-eyed, KUillTGVNDY IIKIIMIK TOLL, rigid Investigation Into the reCent Mr. und Mrs Ruby Crosby and I continue for several weeks

shapes and sizes, many of them I State Agricultural Extension and grow and feather rapidly. I I TALLAHASSEE. G and y three-man escape from the children Apent Sunday with Mrs. Blue mold his caused I serious

bulky, hardly any of them decora- vice They also show good carriage, i Bridge connecting Tampa and St. jAil. A wholesale exit of the 213 : Ciosby's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. i losses to tobacco seedlings for tin-

tive. Many families also like to Speakers will Include Dr. Newell and conformation. prisoners then in the prison was E Edmonton, of Klngsley lake. ; past six years, and research has
type, I Petersburg, can be duplicated for$1,919,97t ,
store keepsakes, such as school Dr. H. Harold Hume, assistant Body type Is another Important and blocked by one of the Inmates, nota I L. A. Miller, of Dundle, Is I shown that spraying with cuprous
a bridge supporting
books, photographs, relics and curios director of the Station, Dr. Shealy, consideration. Breeding birds trusty who locked the doors and upending some time with Mr. Wil oxide:: and fumigating with benzol

in or near the living-room. W. E. Stokes, Station agronomist, should have good width fair ten additional tons on any span notified Jacksonville police of the I' ton Conner. vapor give fairly satisfactory control -
i could be built for $2,183,200, E. S.
Clearly a well-planned closet of Walter J. Sheely, animal husbandman break. The spraying must begin
: length, and good body depth. I Mr and Mrs. H. H, Lewis visited
Fraser bridge engineer of the '
I:: some sort is needed Strangely with the Extension Service, The keel should be long to give Florida Road Department, declared -I' --. I Mrs. Edgar King and father- when the plants first come up, and

enough very few living-looms Dr. John J. Tigert, president of the proper support to abdominal I In a report to Chairman A. B. CRIME CAREER ENDS in-law, the Rev. N. T. King, of must be continued semi-weekly
have closets of description.
any of Florida Dr. W. G. the seedbed
University muscles. The should be wellS Hampton, recently throughout> season.
legs Hale. Residents of St i
Sometimes there is a small coat Petersburgand JACKSONVILLE. A lurid !
Kirk, Station animal husbandman, spread. Ruggedness is a good Mrs. Jack Edwards and son, Benzol vapor can be applied after
or closet located in the liv- Tampa have launched a campaign crime record twelve |
wrap begun
and others. birds years Wain, visited her parents, Mr. and blue mold has made its nppt'RI'anceIn
ing-room or near It, which couldbe point but extremely coarse I recently to have tolls\ on the ago when he was sixteen years of j a community."We .
The day's program will begin at should not be selected. Mrs. Walter Underhill, last week.
fitted with well designed I privately-owned bridge reduced, or ended in death i
t'y age, was yesterday Mr. want every grower of tobacco -
2 o'clock Friday afternon, February and Mrs. Rufus Crosby visited
shelves and possibly some drawers 18. Production is an Important con to have the state acquire the for Herbert Craven. The desperado -| Mr and Mrs EUd Sullivan of in Florida to have an opportunity
them for and sideration. It Is an easy matter bridge, but no agreement has been
.underneath! toys I died In a local hospital from i Theressa to ace one or more demonstrations -
--- Filday.
I games.If for the poultryman who trnpnests reached buckshot wounds received when asa !' and to hear directions for

,,,', a house Is being built or remodeled $1,000,000 A MONTH his flock to determine the high -- .=.. -.--- lone bandit he attempted to | Mrs. W. A. Lewis spent part of Hue mold control" says Dr. Wll-

I'I. this need can be met to TALLAHASSEE. Crime costs producers. Birds that are not trap- I HIT-RUN LAW UPHELD make Florida first prison camp j lust week with Mr and Mrs. mon Newell, director of the Experiment -
I. Florida a million dollars each nested should be marked with a Elam Lewis, of Boatdrain.
.suit the particular activities of I TALLAHASSEE. -- The Su- delivery. The unerring aim of a __* Station and Extension-
month State Prison L. F. I ----. ----
t ;. the family. Perhaps bookcases In Supt. numbered leg band In the fall and Court upheld the 1929 law convict guard felled him as he j Service and plant commissioner of
other of the will Chapman says. The figure includes the development of the comb and ; preme I DOUBLE RUN
\ some part room which automobile driversto neared success In the effort, for at the State Plant Board.
take of the children's booksas i, the coot of trials, court officials' Wattles and width between the requires I ,
care the time he had the
stop render assistance and give camp captain j Jim.V.. A. Tyler, Cor. --- -- -- -------
\ salaries, loss in production by pris- bones should be watched. I
well the pubic
aa family's permanent and a of other subdued -
group guards i
their names If they are Involved In I Giant Black Bass
S St \ reading matter and the magazines oners, goods destroyed by criminals Birds that go broody should not I'' accidents. It ordered George by a machine gun he stole J, Mr and Mrs. W. A. Tyler and

that are saved. the constructiton of court- be selected for breeding, as brood- Jones remanded to custody of the from the Duval County jail when children spent Sunday with Mr. Caught In Pasco
houses and forth.
,: The arrangement of any avilable so mess reduces egg production. I sheriff of Flagler County where he he led a three-man break a week |: and Mrs. D. J Duke and family,

1, closet space for the other articles Banding the birds according to the Is charged with leaving the scene ago yesterday morning The i I of Starke. PLANT CITY.--After hearingtall

I' ought to be most carefully thoughtout. : hold objects of unusual shape and number of times they go broody of the accident. Jones sought his camp delivery attempt was staged I j Mr. and Mrs. W. R Connor had stories those many years

I, Everybody in the family will : situated according to the height of will enable the poultryman to determine '1' release from arrest on the charge early Monday near Floral City, In as guests Sunday, Mrs. Conner's about the "grandpappy" of all\

I If' use the closet, so it should be pos the users and the frequency of use. I the broody from the non- filed against him by the Flagler the southern part of Citrus County. sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and large mouth black bass being
f' sible to remove any article with- Sometimes a few drawers or slid broody ones.Breeding I County Judge. He contended the I Mrs. P. D. Reddish, of Heilbronn caught hither and yon. Attorney

Fk out disturbing others and without 'ing trays are better than open birds should also lay 'I 1929 law violated the Constitution GRACIOUS SSKESI.ln; I Springs James A Henderson definitely

k climbing or crouching to reach It. 'shelves only. Shelves should be II good sized eggs, averaging from j because It required a person to i Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Morgan have spiked all rumors, tales and yarns

w That means a closet with some- ''I'' adjustable at about 2-Inch Inter- 21 to 26 ounces per dozen. < give evidence against himself. TAMPA.-Dressed In a bridal I as their guest, their grand-son, about big fish by bringing in a

" what shallow shelves, spaces to vals. I Vigor, breed type, conforma-1 gown festooned with snakes and I little Leaton Hall, Jr., of Ocala. nineteen-pound, nine-ounce largemouth
-- ----- ---- with rattlesnakes playing the wed-
Mr and Mrs. O. L. Brown and black bass last Saturday
EXPERIMENT IN FREEDOMTALLAHASSEE.A ding march on their rattlers, Mrs. The local attorney land-
5333 son, Carl, attended church at Sax- evening.
senior hall Hazel Carpenter of West Palm I ton, Sunday night. ed this huge denizen of cool Pasco

where selected students may liven Beach was married to Joseph. S'I We are glad to have Mr. and county waters about 5:30: Saturday .

I '" .- complete personal freedom provided Brantley of Arcadia at George Mrs. T. Wilson for our new neigh- afternoon up in the county to the y)
.. ,. they are not in conflict with End's snake canning factory here north. F''
bors. have been in
They living
... .. .. ,. any policies of the college will last week. A big snake was twined It was the biggest fish ever to ,
.-. .J.
j :'....IW......". .'-. ,.,'.. ..... ,,' .... ."' "" ':\" .'.f; .t be Inaugurated at Florida State around the bridal pair to emphasize be brought into this haven of fish-

I j College for Women next fall. "Pur- the closeness of their matrimonial OPPOSES 1.'XCIIl'E.SVRETALLAHASSEE. ermen and one of the largest fresh

l I'l pose of inaugurating such a senior bonds and another squirmIng water large mouth black baas ever

Do want ball Is to offer those members of reptile sealed the ring on the Governor to have been caught, records show.

i I- you tot the incoming senior class whose bride's hand George K. End act Cone said he telegraphed Senator Attorney Henderson caught the

standards of citizenship are of the ed as master of ceremonies and I Kenneth McKellar opposing passage big fish on a Heddon Torpedo bait,

highest type an opportunity to served a wedding supper of canned I of the anti-lynching bill now an underwater bait with which he

r t. prove themselves capable of accepting rattlesnake meat for the bride, being debated in Congress "We was fishing deep and slowly. The

j the responsibilities that groom and guests. It took con are bitterly opposeu to the govern fish gave him a rather nice battle

SAVE MONEY ? accompany increased freedom." siderable eloquence to finally per ment running our state affairs," before being landed.

says Dr. Olivia Dorman dean of suade a Tampa minister to per- the telegram read "and appeal to The record-breaker measured

students, who originated the plan. form the unique ceremony who you senators not to pass this antl- 29% inches in length, 26% Inches

., .. .. The number of occupants will be consented to do so only on the lynching bill as it will cause Iota i around the girth 23'3 inches
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limited to approximately fifty students promise that his name would not of strife and sectional'feeling and around at the gills and had a tail

r. "for practical reasons and be publicised In connection with will\ positively not help the cause." spread of eight inches.r .
I'. ," said. the wedding.
'- oj ',........ ./" experimental purposes, she -- -
t .:....,.., -..
L. C. McCABE President Jacksonville Fla.
I ,
Annie Mae Ibirnuge, Cor. Mm. H. M. McRae, Correspondent

!' Industrial Life Insurance
Miss Betty Philips of Lawtey, Miss Carrie Alvarez spent the

I I spent the week-end with Miss week-end In Rising section, as the I G. L SAP Representative

Hazel Sapp. guest of Mr and Mrs. Marcus
::1'' Connor.H. It
Ii Miss Helen Norman spent '

: 'I'II'/ Thursday night with Miss Vesta M McRae. F. Fender, A. J. KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME

McRae: of Pine Level. and Billy Fender, and Owen :Mc- I
i, '\ Miss Annie Mae and Leila Har- Rae attended the funeral of Elder I MRS. L O McCABE, Lady Attendant I i '

; nage and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yar- H. H. Durden, at Bostwick, JACKSONVILLE, >LA. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. :;.-t
afternoon. I W. rCb-rhone 5-1338 30 St.
rvR bough were visiting Miss Dorrah Sunday :: :: George Phone 27 4i

Johns, of Heilbronn, Sunday afternoon Mrs. F. A. Crosby nnd children

: and Mrs.: Floyd Crodby and children .

I AYi of Rising spent Saturdaywith
Miss Odessa McRae, of Pine joCt---------------------.r
I Mrs. II. M McRae.
! Level spent Thursday night with I OOOS': ,, i
1 Miss Dorothy Norman. Mrs. J. E. Norman was called to C" <;."":OO""'
! several days on ac- i "
Mr. and Mrs L. L. Conner and Davenport ago : ; I
count of the Illness of her daughter
children, Edna and Loran, were
.\ visiting Mr and Mrs. Zary Craw- Mrs. Ethel Moore. G

I ,\ us ford, of Heilbronn Tuesday night. children Mr. and and Mrs.Mr.B.and M McRae Mrs O and J. i! 'fJ; \ I It

I A : gl* Miss Alice Edwards spent the i
Jackson and little Sun-
t :rll. ..---" C."p. _ _ _ week-end in Raiford as the guestof son spent
clay with Mr and Mrs G. W.
her brother-in-law and sister, t
I. Bowen and family at Samp on. I
Mr end Mrs. Marion Browning
Miss Helen Norman of Gum
Mr and Mrs. J F. Shaw of
Branch spent Thursday night with j GOODYEAR TIRES
the State Farm were visiting Mr,
I The Standard Ford V.8, with 60horseever built. Owners' letters report and Mrs. F. S. Sapp, Monday Vesta McRae.Mr. .
and Mrs. L. A. Crosby and SHELL
power engine gives lot of for of 22 27 miles night children of
you a car averages to a gallonora Rising, and Mrs. Audrey -
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Green were Newman of Jacksonville, EXPERT: REPAIR UOKK-URECUEK SERVICE

R little money. even more. dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and were visiting their parents, Mr.
1 300,000 new owners acclaimed the But economy isn't all the story by any Mrs Mr Tate and Alvarez.Mrs. W. R. Kersey and and afternoon.Mrs H. M. McRae, Sunday REGISTER MOTOR"CO..

F. "thrifty 60" last' year. Hundreds a day means. The Standard "60" i is built with Mr and Mrs. A. J. Yarbough were Miss Odessa McRae spent PHONE 103u'

visiting In Woodlawn Saturday Thursday' night with Miss Dor-
are buying it in 1938. \\11Y? the same precision as the De Luxe "85," afternoon thea Norman In Gum Branch sec

l I'ecause it is priced low includes and has the 112inehheelbase Mr and Mrs. Marion Browningwere Si
same tion.Frank
her Mr. and
JI visiting parents, Norman, of Vanderbilt I

essential equipment without extra chassis. It is easy to look at and ride in Mrs H L. Edwards, Sunday. section was a, dinner guest of

Rev. and Mrs. Barnes, of Rising, Mr. and Mrs. H. M McRae, Fri
rj charge-and feocs farther between -m well at easy to buy and run.There's were dinner guests Sunday of Mr.
p- and Mrs. A. D. Norman. day.Robert
- filling Motion. than Burnett made a business
jr Ford
any car a Ford dealer near you. Mrs Newman
r '" Audrey of Jack trip tn Erooker, Monday.BOATDRAIN.

:J sonville, spent the week-end here --.---
with her brother-in-law and sis-

. ter; Mf and Mr. T N Norman.

I II I, "Thrifty Sixty" FORD V'8 Mrs.: z. Z. GrlflU" Correspondent

tion, and freedom from standard Atbert GriffiB, Harvey Gainey,

a' I disqualifications are things to look and Ralph Guisey made a business

1 j for in selecting male birds for the trip to Gainesville, Monday. ,

,,L breeding pen. Joe Grlffls, Jr., of Clay Coun- !

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__ _ ___ ___ .. __ ._ .- --- .._ -.- __ '_ __ PAn QIrVr'4ToB ..
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Is eighty old He Is '--
over years -
attll going strong. He was sup put he won In Timmie.!" "It's Just because WARRANT LIST $2.00; Mrs. Ethel Johnson $6.00;

[ JONES posed to die with heart trouble $! OROU6ftBRED "Looks to me as though you'd Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Wynn, $4.00;

about thirty years ago. Several ; both lost," said Sir Peter, regaining The following: warrants were or- Mrs. Anna Baxter $2.00..Ii'll! H
i [Comments On Here doctors said "You will have to his composure dered drawn by the Board of Coun- F. Redding, $2.00: Mr R H,
quit preaching' One good Chris .. ty Commissioners at Flitch. $4.00; Mrs. Minnie Cowart,
$Jfr I of
Hereafter I! DONT CRY 2/1 just wiint to tell you one meeting
L And said Get of' $2.00; Mrs Delany
tian physician plenty I '1t tag'!" declared Timmie, appar- .January 3, 1JH8: : Dickinson
i'eat. Don't run up and down I ... 'ntly anxious to put himself on GclicriiI-f'auper $000( ; Mrs. Dora T'ynr. $">OQ;

t '1 heard you preach over thir- stairs. Don't let anything excite J""lte.J'ft mM'Mfr '.OIDWXN.r' MAVtR fi "". 11 Lord at the start "I ain't gonna Alex Cross $2.00; Kate Mitchell Mis On la Taylor $4.00. Mrs. Ell-
you. Keep on preaching." Dr ride 300, J. F Ourrancc tella Hlnson, $300, Mrs Rachel
years ago. That i Is what a HALSfY -RAINES your old Pokey for you in any $2.00, Will
If'; Ulster said to me yesterday Morrison took the advice of the ace Hughes, $1.:>0. Aaron McGuIre, Moody $2.00, Wiley Groves $4.00;
Christian doctor and has done his $3.00; Emma J. F. Durrance $2.00. Miss Madeline :: -
I> That is notlong1. Roger, having a different sort of Murphy, $2.00; Mrs
ilrty years ago (What has happened so far: looks like a man about younot
greatest work In the lust thirty strategy In J. C Box, $3.00: MI's. Mary C. Krlgo. $6.00; Mrs. Murrlel
\), It seems long when you say mind gave his grand
Ruining/ money through a loan one single decent thing! If there
y..al's. John Wesley was supposed father wink. I Thomas $2.00; A F. Griff $2.00 I Thomas. $2.00; Mrs. W.. H Bell
a Sir ,
But when Peter
fjlOOl. ;. It.tto young people we Immediately ;
on <8..18< to come to America was, you'd go after him and apol-
I., It to die young. He was most active Mrs. Belle Pnrmenter, $3.00 Mrs $000.: Mrs. A. L. Crews, $2.00,
and look caught
.;xi around;\ fifty back. for a final try at the inter- ogize and bring him back!" on. ;
.I and lived to be a old Vlnda Mrs. M. D Harrell, $2.00 Mrs.
very Forsyth, $2.00 Mrs. ;
|lIeems such a short period of time. national horxp-raolng Sir "Why, whatever gave you that : Geneva -
ilJJWns licensed to preach at the man I have not yet reached the Peter Calterton starts cup seurrh- Timmle though he never In the idea' he asked TImmie. Prlngle. $250.: Mrs Jessie Anderson Carrie Starling:, $400; Mrs. Fron-

age of fifteen and have been "on "01<1 man" period of life. I am Ing for to ride The world would have admitted It, "He was talkln' about It the $2.50; Mrs' W. M Hodge. I'Into Johns $6.00, Mrs. Pearl Simpson -
a jockey
r |lh. Job" for thirty-nine ycara.Time just fifty-four and am supposed to Pookuh. Roger Sir Peter's cherished. a considerable regardfor whole time I was catln'. I told $300.: Mr A. C. Baxley $3.00: ,I $6.00: Mrs. L R. Edwards
be at best. As far I knowI Cricket's good opinion Uncertainly ] $2.00: Mrs. A. W.
i has never dragged heavily on my as who him no then and I'm stlckln' to Riley Johns, $3.00, Mrs. Loller. 'I Broughton
[my hands. Life has never bored am well In every way. :My policy young fcrumlson acrompiuiirn he turned toward the it" Todd, $2.50, Mrs Daisy Raulerson, $2.00, Mrs. Edith Mosley $6.00;
him watches
Is to eat wholesome food, get << Tlrnmlo door. He looked back and catch- JMrs A. F. Griffis, $2.00: Miss
$250. Floy
)ne. I have always had something Donovan ride and to his "I'm afraid you took my grandson : Mary Howe $250.; Miss I I
t do and something that to me plenty of Bleep keep a playful bonrdlng-hoii.se to talk 1 goon to hint.Tlmmlf Ing a mocking glance from one of a little bit too seriously," said Irzona Thomas $2.00: McKinley I Thomas $800.: Mrs Bertha Crews,
; seemed worth while. The most mlsferable spirit enjoy a good joke spend a I the boys doubled up his fist again Sir Peter solemnly. Davis $3.CO: Mrs. Ethel Johnson !I $IOO, Riley Johns $2.00: Mrs.
great deal of time with young peo- \ suffering from M "Just let me hear one crack out $!'i.OO, Annie I Willie Wimpy. $2.00; Mrs. Ruby
people In the world are the rather bad of swelled "It was just one of our English Murray $2 SO, C. Suilffls
I pie, not about anything, remember case of you guys* he warned Candy, $2.00; Mrs. L. D Easter-
worry $3.00
: [ones who have nothing to do except head rebuff and then insult Jokes that you Americans fall to ; Georgia Walker,
I | to do nothing. You look that God's grace Is suf fl- the British boj. Roger With hut advice he seized his I Understand," confirmed Roger, $250, Rufus Hodge, $3.00; Shep I ling, $2.00, H C. Green $7.00; Mrs.

ifr) (younger every day" I said to a dent for every emergency, trust! to TlminlcluiorkH Mjuurritoff cap hastened from the roam, and keeping a straight face Wlgg, $300; Mrs. lola Williams, John Kinlaw $4.00, Allcen Hals-
fight, '
[good woman who is over seventy- ; God like I could not do a thing.iand ) him out into the darkened street Hur- "A joke huh?" $260: Mrs. Rachel Moody $2.50: lip, 400. D. J. Phillips, $'1.00; Mrs.
to the floor with
tour just a few days ago. I know work like ( had everything to'' a well-timed blow. vying to a lighted area providedby "Yes" said Sir Peter. "We Arthur Newmans, $2.00, Rosana lop $4 00 D. J Phillips, $4.00: Mrs.

I Why she looks young. She Is mentally I do I may pass away suddenly, ) a coiner street lamp, he caught couldn take a chance with any Coleman 2.50; Mr. J. B. Manus Kelly, $7.00: Mrs Llllle Collier

J active and she has Christian but from what I have observed I ('VPTKIl sight of Roger slowly walking I, Jockey except the best for this $3.00; Lilly Jones $250; Mrs Hester $4.00: Mrs. Dnlsey Pringle. $6.00;
. [f<h She has enthusiasm. She am convinced that my plan givesme along: oblivious to everything I, ace" Sapp $5.00Genirul. Mrs. Inca Kelly $2.00; Mis Julia

j 1 I Intel'ested in things. She Is the best chance to live. But The other Jockeys chuckled In For a few seconds! Timmle hesitated "Do you know who I am?" gaped Crews, $2.00, Mrs. T S Stewart,

bUllY working for God. Few peo- listen to this especially you young glee as Roger painfully got to his Wouldn't the other jockeyskid I I I Timmle "I'm Donovan! When C. A. Knight Bal due on Com, $200: Mrs Maggie Adklns 700.

pIe die from overwork. The sin people: If I am God a servant feet' him mercilessly He turned I ride 'em, they win!" $27650.: Quigley and Davis Re- Total $200.00. Grand Total $777.00.Fine .
and am surrendered to 'I m sorry. Roger," said! Cricket. ami I started back. Then mid r .irr>lliirc
. [of worry kills thousands every completely he thoughtof "Yes, of course said Sir Peter pairs to Ct. House. $300.: Gaa ettHaidware <
(year. More people die because Him and am doing His will day by taking him arm. Cricket and retraced his steps soothingly "And if you continueto Co., liroms for ft I Dr. \V. B Parks Salary County .

[they have nothing to do but have day He will not let me go until Roger turned to Timmle and jigHln In a couple of minutes he Improve, you may get your House. $1.65; T. Frank Landmm, Physician. $3.34: J B Rowe.

is fa good time. than die from carry. He has something for me to do up spoke slowly. wits close behind Roger chance some day." '4 Year Board Co. Com, $7.50.: J Laundry at Jail $2.50. Guard at

ling the burdens of life. Of course, there In the City where He has "You are probably a much better I "Hey you!" h(' called out. I "You cnn't stall at the top, Mr. M. Alvarez Clothes Pauper $2.13, Jail $.00$4250.: A. O Andreu.

[a person may have organic heart His tin'one. This is not fanaticism.It fighter" than I am. Mr Donovan I, Theie was no r'sponse "Maybe Donovan," added Roger A. J Thomas Sal. Co. Clerk etc., feeding County Prisoners, $31.83;

[trouble or some other Illness which is good Christian commonsense he said "so It would be I slugged you a little too hard" I "Start at the top," mumbled $101.00. E W Hayes One Month A. O Andreu Warrants & Capias

[makes it necessary for him to God wants us to use our I foolish of me to continue In a' Roger gave no sign that he had Tlmmle. almost speechless by now. advance 1938 Roll. $120.00; Cltv $8225. Ballff $16.00$112.43; E.

[have rest and quiet. But generally heads. He gave us our heads. He t "In a word. Timmie," said Sir Light and Water Plant, Lights & 1<:. Peiryman Cost Co. Judge's Ct.,

[peaking I believe It pays to trust wants us to take care of ourselves. | Peter "we're looking for a very Water Ct. House & Jail. $48.77, $21.11, T. Frank Landrum. Sal.

God, not worry stay busy and t special kind of Jockey Somebody Ernest Byrd, Janitor Mo. Dec.. Co. Attorney 2500. Fees $25.OO-
[forget yourself. But the best way to take care w' I ThnieJ.mdIc( I/e I I" little on the style of Snapper 1937 $10.00, Alexander & Compa. $50.00: Marcus C. Fag-g; Board one

of ourselves Is to lose ourselves in u'h.tret'ereuly. i Garrison" ny, Material Sewing Room 6,, month Alvin Robinson $15.00. To-

H ; My friend, Dr. H. C. Morrison Him and In HIs service. j, "::;nupper Garrison! He rode for $2733.: J V. Jones, Material Sew- tal $281.23. Grand Total $1,332.01.

I I you?" ing Room 6. $1TOO: C B Roberts, ..-.-- -

GOITREIJ1AKE : i Timmie's eyes opened wide. Gar- Material Sewing Room 6, $18.00, HUNGER AT CAJIR.BELLETALLAHASSEE.

THIS QUICK TEST. ZIFF i I jilson had been his greatest hero, F. .... Stump. Material Sewing' Led by Governor -
Hla Lulu! Mn. lewis. Correapesdes'SServices I Fred p. Cone the state Is
tt throughout his boyhood. Room 6, $27.01; L. L. Conner Sal. ,

Oct a roloi it small.... bottle liniment Strbol-Quadruple Kor b ) ,_ i 1tc I "He rode for me years ago," Co. Commissioners, $30.00, It V. rushing plans to provide relief. for
.(,lIre apply twice dally It quickly were held at Little i said Sir Peter "Nobody could Saxon, Sal Co Commissioners, more than 300 men thrown out of

Inuppllen substance needed! by the Rock Saturday and Sunday by ever come front behind like he $30.00, Malloiy Thomas Salary: employment through closing of a
thyroid ffland IhouHandu hitve! been the the Rev. W. M. Moody, ___ did" He mill at Carrabell "When the
li-olluvrd. lift more Information at pastor ( strode to the mantel Co. CommlSHloners, $30.00: J.f.. people
Imnxt drug sturcN Note Mm. 1.'. H.IIl1k..r of LaCrosse. If- I anti took down a fiuyed riding Rosier. Sal I. ("0. Commissioners, of Florida in any section grow

I|'- was, lox.relieved 2411. 14 l>unedln.year UBO Kin.1 nays.1 will. :Misses Hazel Thomas and Mar- I I whip. 'This belonged to him. He $30.00; T D Dyal Sal. Co. Commissioners -. hungry because of unemployment

|tell."or Writs my experience to anyOtis. zle Howard were visiting in Stoike ''sent It to me just lifter retlilng" $3000: A. O Andrea, I an long as I am Governor. I consider

I Store' liuvnlly at carpenter l,iutr Friday. Timmie handled the whip reverently 1 day with Co. Commissioners, It the first duty of my of.

,, Mr and Mis H. E. Thomas and He was totally unprepared $100.; N. D. Walnwrlght Sr., Supervisor flee to try and remedy the situation -
"" ('k. Children of Jacksonville were visiting L ,. .for Sir Peter's next words. of Registration 1 month, ," the Governor said.
P ( 1' COLDS I' .: r r "'Would like $3000 St. -
Mrs. Thomas' mother. Mis you to have It? : Vincent hospital Clinic Tt\IV sc.JlJIn..E

"10.1F'lyR J. B. Thomas, here last week asked the owner of The Pookuh $18.00, Carpenters) Drug Stoie,

J.V.. Lewis and Johnle Lewis Would' I lIkeTimmie gasp- Clinic. $1 1.79; Canova Pharmacy, Schedule of trains arriving here

LIuuI.I. 'lablel., business j i ed. "Say, you wouldn't give ny- (rimic $27.09; 11. C. Wall Bonds J. dally. Subject to change without
Ilaixe .. ..... were attending mattersin
SOilS IPPOPSP7 H n4a' < *, ilOminute High Springs one day last week I: thing like that away Would you?" it!. Rosier, L. L. Conner, & Mal notice.

H"// Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas were "I'd be giving It Into good levy Thomas, $30.00, Johns & $"IJthhoulld-ne Sturke
'.Uu.\fy..I.I.-\\orld.Llnlmevt .. visitors to Starke Saturday. --- -- 'I hands' I Walnwi'Ight, Bond T. D. Dyal and i II I IIII No. 1-Local------- 1125pm.:

I fight with you. However I hope heard. anything Timmle advanced 'I Tlmmle completely won over, I V. Saxon $20.00, A. A. Thomas No. 15--Local-------: 4.30p.m.:

i you understand exactly what I and took his arm twisted awkwardly on one foot i Oil $68.40. helper to janitor, No. 107--Through___ 10'05: a. m.
BOREE FUNERAL HOME think of and kind. You "Ain't there $1.00, Christmas No. 191 To Miami. .
you your 'Didn't you hear what I said I something-any Seal $10.00, 1039::: p. m.
Full I lla-j of CiuiUeU & Undertaker Supplies areUnable" I I'm sorry I slugged you. thing at all-I could do for you?" I $G.40; Standard Oil Company Northbound Stjrke

AiJBLUANCE SERVIC t, to frame a concluding. 'If you're apologizing,"" said he asked I lOll. $4365.; Starke Telephone Co., No. 2-Local____- 5.30::: a. m.

DAY AVU NIOHT. 1 i phrase, he turned sharply and, Roger coldly "it Isn't at all necessary I "Not a thing, thank you," lenpomled Telephone service $10.70, Bradford No. 16--Local-___-__ 1t:2Sa.in: .

H 53 I'HONE 5:1 I walked to the door. Cricket rushed : I shall proceed to take Roger. I County Telegraph, Advertising No. 108-Through5:03 p m.

.4 G. II. BENNETT. M.rr. : after him. boxing lessons Immediately and I I "Say. listen. said Tlmmle, printing $2333; A J. Thomas No. 192Through 6:29: a. ta.

,\ HOME-MKK INSTITUTION 1 'Wait! Mr Calverton please --" Bhull. slug you at the first opportunity "maybe I aln t no Snapper Garrison -I Relief of pauper, Parker Far- Starke undVunnoe. Brunch
-------- -------- C 'I she begged I I ." but my style's something like merly, $3.00, John Nuveen.. Co..j No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m.

1 But the front door was heardto "Okay agreed Timmie. "But hili. I can ride, and I could bring Coat of insurance, etc., in shipping No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50) p. m.

FUNERAL DIRECTORMy slam Cilcket eyes flashing, come on nowCricket said to this Pokey home In front for you." I Bonds $2.02. Total $1,257.97. I Seaboard Airline Railway.

turned on Tlmmle j j"Aren't I "Could we dare take a chance, Grand totnl $12,791.95., T. J. GRIFFIN.
:Many Years Ktperlciu Mal.es It Possible for :Me to Render bring you back "
Roger Sir Peter.
of I queried Alrh'uUurul! I I
t you proud yourself j 'I don't Intend to go hack," answered I I
KH-ICJK.NT, PROMPT soil. COtRTKOUS: SfclH ICE Timmie Donovan" she cried. I i' Roger firmly, shaking off "Set me up on him once, and T. K. McClune, Ji.. County Agent, OLD 1.TTItESSISIADE; :

:MODERATE PRICES "He'a too much of tt gentleman to Timmie's) arm. I 111 show you!" begged Timmie. $7300 Total $7300 (]i'and total, ISK\V ItfifjrdUwH of ('oiulitlonMuttrinscH .

DeWITT C. JONES I: tell you what he thinks of you! j 'Well, you gotta go back! ThinkI I "I don't know just what to say," $450.00. New ;Made to order

Starke. Florida"BEASLETSSERVICE : You're a guttersnipe! Now let's want them dames climbliV nil evaded Sir Peter. \\'idow's IVnitloii-Allowance I Let us convert your old mat-

.. u ..... nee you take a sock at me!" ,I j over me every minute? 'I "Your" homo needs trick handling 'I Mrs. S. J. Sandol $2.00, Mrs. tress Into new type Inner spring

I I 'Aw cut It out," said Timmie, In pursued Timmie excitedly. Cora McKinley, $2.00, Mrs Ruth mattress Our prices ate reasonable -
"" .. ._._ ,----_._, ,- --------:. I I lUgei. reply swung his left "That
renting before her fiery advance fixt It was *a glancing blow that Garrison stuff" He clutch- Man, $6.00, Mrs Mlttie Griffin, Satisfaction Guaranteed -
ed: the whip with the .
tipped Timmie's eye. The latter, "Say Snllpper's $4.00, Martin Loadholtz, $2.00, ,
STATION i "I won't cut it out! I'm crop In my flat-- I
i going j' /nol'e In surprise than anger Mrs. Doshla Prescott, $2.00, Mrs Quick Service
,, to tell Aunt EadIe every single I clinched with him. Sir Peter smiled and held out Nettin Starling, $6.00, Mrs. Vida j I Mattress

t TRY OUR SERVICE: AND BE CONVINCED thing that happened here-unless But this time TImmie got more his hand Tlmmle looked at him Dyal, $7.00; Mra. Nona Brown Dy- ', Company

you go after him and apologize!"' than he bargained for. Roger/ In iinxlous expectancy al, $400, Mrs Clara Crawford ,Factory! 381 Turk St.: ,
ATLAS I"What're you tryin' to do?" deI "You mean It's okay?" he asked JACKSONVILLE. FLA.Ve .
I grappling furiously. twisted the "Okay said Sir Peter \ cull for and dcllteri: just
I manded Timmie. "Make a slob out holdingout !
boy to the ground and sat
TIRES BATTERIES TUBES ,' of a ?" I II his own hand. drop us. a curd.
I astride) him. He !raised his fist
, I "Thats what you are now!" she "Say wnIt'll you Bee me In the SORE THROAT
Tires I'nronditlunully Guaranteed: for 1 Year anil. 18 ;Months continued. "There's nothing that is if to strike then slowly drewIt I Cup!" cried Timmie exultantly
back, and
got up where he
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS I "I'll be no far ahead at the finish
stood ready for a continuation of ,
NOTICE; OK TKACIIEKS EXAMS; It'll look like I'm trailin' the last
W'.tSHING1'OLISflIN--WAXING-GRE.tSINO Examinations for teachers will the battle I race!" I "WITH COLDS !
Timmie. who had been
Call 60 For Road Service be held In the Courthouse In (ITo Be Continued) I
tor Roger to hit him while he had I I Don't Neglect: Them I
Starke February 3, 4 and 5 -- -
the upper hand, stared In pulled Mature dwlcnvl" the kMiuye ifo. .
Easy Payment Plan On TIres and Batteries I A. J. GRIFFIS, Fr A.'s'FATK f\lKM Given Fast Relief ta.
fashion. I rrlo: r.db.to'!: :lr lash !I. la k *p tha;
( Irae of J
Sup't. Bradford County Schools. 'I in tirvn
LACY COXW.FLOIUIJ..\. MOTOR J.lSF.Gt'IIT: "You had your chance," he saM, ;Mr.*. Urjunhltllrld.. Cor. toifo. (ntpuritlM Th. art of living-!".
i-21-2t. 4.o'r/ ..-!. .
.. : = I slowly getting didn't eonuantly prnduHnf w -- --- --- ---- ---- -"" __ up- "Why- the kldnva mutt remove. trunk,
I! NOTICE u m you take It ?" n" I'flt Part)' I toe blood. If food ....-.h ft to ."mlur;.
I I Wbm the kldnty fa''I I lo. function u
I I will be at the following named / "I would have been taking an Two committees of the Wom"un's Take 2 Bayer Hllure: Intended: there ,la nlenlloa ejwaat
the and dates stated unfair advantage" replied Roger. club with Mrs S : .. that may tauae body-wide dla.
I pliicea on days D Fun : tree* One may fuffer nagging backache
Pause..atthefami1iarred herein for the purpose of receiving I Raise your hands, plea-ie rhnr und Mrs Robert Kite us U9iO1S0f// pemlaunl.headache: ,ettarki. of diMineea, *,
Billing up. iilghta. .Iiin .
i ii tax: returns, also applications for Timmie put up his hands to chairmen, .sponsored a benefit I ;. 55,1., the ., e-fed tired, oarvoua, a4

homestead exemptions: I guard himself then hesitated I" bildge party In the club rooms vent. .out.Frequent. eeanty a, Burning'

Lawtey Tuesday p. m, Feb. 1. "Sav,. wait a minute," he snld'Couldn't Friday night Bowls of narcissi "'" pile be further ovldeac of kill.euaaga.., ee

i![ cooler Theressa, Wednesday a. m. I we Just flip a coin" I II I I I an'l petunias made the rooms nt _4:. \ Crush 3 Bayer bladder The reeognluil dlalurbanee.: sot" proper treatment

Feb. 2. I "It would be a lot less wear tractive and ten tables of players I'1 b. Thbetsln3gtos5I'J ? H a diuretic audlelee I la help the aldnry I *
: p1 rid of oieeeo polionaue 'body weal*
Hampton.dnesduy p.m., ""ng. agreed Roger enjoyed the games Mia Herbert : ''\: of /. (Joe PeoiTe Pius Tkey have had awrt
F; ,'b. 2. I "Okay. Tails you come back Ritch, ef, Starke won high prize I taaa forty feare el public approvaln
i'. fw/'c endoreed Ike
\ I every few eouolry ever. loalet e*
1 with me. for the ladles Las.. Sold at all, ........
Graham. Thursday a. m, Feb. 3.J.Drooker. ( cards; Mrs Hertihfl __\. \'I hours I drug
I Thursday p. m, Feb. 3. I "And heads you como with me" (.*ld, high for men an ash tray; .

. New River. Friday a. m, Feb. 4. I added Roger Mrs. Helen Bolen, low for ladles, a .

Please. arrange to see me eitherat | The coin WitS produced and spunin handkerchief, and Mr Pendley. Ihr! speed with which Saver

one of above named places, or the air Tin 4lc clapped his I low for. men. a can of talcum Following tablefj ad In relieving tlio div i .
LVriJ I hands together and after troMina symptoms of cnl'N' nml. -
In Tax Assessor's office In Court a momerits the playing coffee anJ cake ,,,
'romponvin tore I Iliroiir 11 uttrrIv .
House before April 1. dramatic pause pulled I were served to the guests nnurina and tile treatment Beware Coughsfrom

k Respectfully.E. them apart. It was heads Roger I MI'. and Mrs. Ralph Cox anti ill xiniple/ und plcaijnt/ I his u all
; 2 7 W. HAYES. smiled Timmie made a wry face Miss Beatrice Cox spent the past )Ol1 do Cruili: und dissolve three. common colds

Tax Assessor Bradford County. an'I started along with him. j II week.end with relatives In Mont- I 'cniime Haver Ainmn' loblcl t 'in
- II 1-21 2t. I ilr Peter was reading a copy"of veidw. i.nc-tlnr) elm/: of ':tter. Ihni I That OnNo
,:.I'l/le will) tlui nurture twice Hang
: 1'\b the Thoroughbred/ Record He Wesley Shuler of Starke was lindiiifloiir, : he.l.1ell bJck. :

DANGEROUS I bud just paused to take a pill the guest of Roberta und Helen 'I hu medicinal! Korftle *ill art I matter how many medicines
II I.* dnoarroi.. la sell a !It' 11511. from a vial he cat'rln '1'1'1': f..r *l*ul Junt. t.. mali,* .10..... oror pocket, when he heard a sound at and Mrs Johnnie B. Johns tie, lore irritated mniibrine of i cold get ,relief or bronchial now with Irritation Creomulaloo.IIerlous you can.

Vap.... nesetsi tents m..r.lose (the iI.Iumeps... and are 5ita. ,."oisrI ...... the door. of Ralford announce the birth ofa )our throat Pain: puses promptly! ; I trouble may be brewing and
,,,ar liuisIesM. 11'11' Ie ......11. three. "Are we intruding. Grandfa I I ann In their home Thursday, rawluess n ruhetedVon I you cannot afford to take a chance
four time mm taut'S as n !It l II* .1.1.'l.t'I' will' city it u rtnurkablc.. : with any remedy less potent than
C:. ther' asked Roger. Holding Junuaiy 20. Mrs Johns was for And the l few ccnli .it costs ctOctio Creomulalon. which, goes right tithe
Tlmmltt's arm he drew him In after j merly Miss Irene Yarborough of IoIt.-'ingf\erexpell.i\, e.'Ilirortr'.iryles" seat of the trouble and aids nature -
lt'. Easy To B* Mistaken About him. "I'd like you to meet :a.fr.I I the Farm : and .tr'nl// medicines to soothe and heal the Inflamed
I It's the high sign of refreshment..the Jamil tar red Donovan Mr and Mrs \V. J. Overstreet And when veil lIlly' see tin! von mucous membranes and to loosen
I t coofer..filled with ice and frosty bottlesof Coca-Cola STOMACH TROUBLE Sir Peter rose For several I had their Ret genuine i'.VViCn! ASHIUN. and expel the germ-laden phlegm.
moments as guests Sunday, Mr.
: that around the Even if other remedies have failed
.bringing you the pause refreshes
S'omach sufferers should l leam lh.
forgetting hi* customary unrl Mrs. W. E. Sharpe. of Mac don't be discouraged try Creomul-
:1 from anywhere.
corner truth about
British courtesy: he did nothing clenny tUon. Your druggist Is authorized to
INDIGESTION, belching.heartintro.eonstation I :
I hut! stare There was ample reason Mrs Luvert Shepherd und ; refund your money if you are not
etc.. due to excess kcuiFKEb I 15ccI'2FU1.LC3Z1r423C: thoroughly satisfied with the benefits -
: UDUA Booklet contain. fiiru. Both boys had nice developed her son. John Shepherd of Pulat 1 ;: : obtained from, the very llrst

HT.XKKK C''OL.BOTTLI'IIG .\ > reteSt Thedth edition ju toifth' I, 'shiners' around their eyes, ka, are visiting Mr. and Mrs J ; bottle. Creomulslon Is ore word-nob
I ,.. res,maY prove your rim step tohaptomaeiromfortH'tinthisto and their clothing looked as C Wallace! #,. two and It has no hyphen in it.Ask :.
1 : COMP\NV ; remind though bad been In riot. \ Mr. : for it plainly see that the name
they a and Mrs J A Bouvier left
11 to ask for the UDA Booklet at on the bottle Is Creomulslon and
.; .. I 'I don t want you to think Icame I Saturday to visit their sons' families Virtually Icsr/: : tslj.c you'll get the genuine product Lou .
CAKPENTKICS) UK'O STOKE here because I wanted to," In Mliml.: the relief you want. (AUvJBRADFORD ..

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r COOKING SCHOOL DATES[ 1 I third >;'d- Hold to thot'Mfthviif bidder tificate No. 178 of IUD: Rlk U of amounting tn $u.oe. Tp. 1 B. n. U K. -
I for rash, ... provld'fiiibntlMile .. by Committee. Hampton Keach evidenced by certificate ALSO: Lot. 1. 3. 6. T of Silk 2 Acres, more or .Ian '' I'''
$ I Bradford County Telegraph GIVEN for house Bill 398 No. 1711 of 1939: elk 17 of Original Town of Starke NE% of The taxed to hOt ,
V y the 19.17 Arts of the ** liituro Hampton Reach evidenced. by certificate SW4{ Sno 2H Tn. 6 H. It. 31 K.. .bv certificate Nor Hold. n I'
Established 1877 ((t'ontinurxl from Page One) :upon the following dowrlbod reel / .. No. 180 of IUD: nik 48 of TI..! taxes. to bn sold' are evidenced 1933: and 1934 r 64 ni, i'i, e
estate hi the x'uunty "f Hmdford, Hampton Peach evidenced by cartlficxia by certificate NOB. 460 and 303 of resent the respective, IIld, n
unpaid ,
State of Floridatowlt I SKJi "t No Ml of 192D: Hlk 49 of 1)130 and 11134 respectively, and represent 1931 lute., I,I"," ;11
will !b. simple thrift meals party i 28 Tp. B II. fee.. Hampton Bench evidenced. by r rtlfllnti. the unpaid taxes for the amounting year tn to 1917: hdl( i, ,. "
MCMBERLoRrnAPI2E5S and Into super dishes and guld- Mntnlnl, :,ge10. Acre" nmro or I'O"I, No Ida of 1929' talk 60 Eicrcpt yenrn. 1929 to IB17 both Inclunlve, ,\I.",(): snVi' HO.MI."I'of ,
evldonotul t>y cxttlhirntrx: No... loin I, t, 5. 4, 6 of Hampton amounting to U 14.88. 8 It. 22 K. NB3',4 "'1, T
ASSOCIAnON I, an to entertaining: with c confii ,, contnlnlnn ,
nod IH of 11131 and 1WS4 reDectlve- Hfncli ovldnnced by ciirllfIcato No AI/SO. L.otH I. 8 A lo'rA('' tots A. more or less.Ths Ml 1'
donee. Even beauty secrets, BIjttenr I ly sod ropronent' the iiiipolu taxes 11)3) of 1929, Ink 81 of HamptonHIHI n
i ex 60 ft of talk 24 Original taxeH to bn ,. .
. \ ) to every feminine heart will for; the, yom 19SO fo 1937, .both Inc .h evidenced by certificate Ni>. Town of Klnrke .In NK14 of SW(4( by cei-tlflcatea N..HOI.... 881/ ,jiF1912 ,'
; J rliinlvi amounting to $114 7J: N'" 1114 .r 1929Blk: 63 of Hampton Her 3S Tp 6 H. It. 32: IS., : nod 1934 ?" I
i not be ovrriooked.Worried of NW'4 BxfRtit H *' of NK4! of Hiach. evidenced by certlflcata No. rennectlvol I3. ltd
taxes to be Kold are evidenced resent the t
I NW. 8.". if, 'n..,. 8.: It $l Jo:? oon- IKS of 1129: Ulk 63 of Hampton' h'\lT unpaid taxi, i I", ,
questions, put by thebridepupil certificate Nun. 4H1 and Sen of years 19.11 to ,,
l ,,
talnlnir CO Acres, more or best >vld Jioticb inldenced by certificate. No 1030 and. : U.h boll|| II", illk!
IK.14 ,
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered OH Second Clash ''( In this screen romance .mil bv certificate-. No >35 of ISA/ of 19:">. Also Certificate No. resent. llu. unpaid respectively taxes and for rep the nmiitinllng IHO: SWH tn nf N\V', '
are bound to solve many problems 1K.H. and repre,,ent the unpaid, 612 of .19:1.1:; umbrnclnaall of theahova vvfti-N mail: to IH.n.: 110111 Inclusive, 7 M. H. 23 Moiualnl,,,, 1ttlnro
]Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida dencrlbed Hampton' li.iohProperty u"
I' taxes for the yeuri 193.1 to 1937, amounting to $147, 74 .. or lees. \
for more experienced housekeeper both Inclusive. amounting to 177.76.: and more particularly. deHcrlhrd I .
Peer Into tho mixing bowl lilk I tit Hampton rimtrh BVlitenredliy lie HlockM I. 2, 3. 4, 6. 0, 7, AI..SO- H Acre. of Wte of NKWnf i The taxes In b, soldp, ,,,,' ,
Matthews Editor 4. ''i. 10. 11. 12 13, 14, IS NK<,4 & Nt4 of NWW of NHfc <>f liy certlflcntxM NUll SIx ", .i ,,.
E. L. _.. .. ____ and Owner ucitiru-Kta I9IJH; Klk t ofIliimiitrin '0. 17, 18. .
-- ---- I with her Rnd see how It's all done, I: Reach: 3vff.., 'd l>y cfftlfcut I 19, 3'), 31, 23. il!: 24, 2i! 111, 2L NI nf H. < 31 '1'1"I/ N. It 22 E.rrmtalnlntr .. 1VII2: and 111.14: ruxpectl.I.| I ,,', i ,
or Join her In a study of the wonders No 136 of 1S21nik: A ofllmnptnn 28 21.!> .10, ni I. :i3, :u, ,14, :If,. :16. 13: AcreNA more or 1 leis, resent' the unpaid' taxes i ,
KearlivlriVnr<-d bv certificate ''H. 11, :30. 4(1 41, 42 4:1.: 44, 4.40. .\. Tli. taxcH to I'" sold aru evidenced' )"ILI' HIII: lu !I9'IT. hull. ,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE I of frozen desserts and molded l Nt). 1X6 of IH2II: Hlk 4 ofIfamton 47, <1, 49, 60 except 'lilt* 1 I. 2, hll l : rc-rllfli-uteH No. 4KOaHI! 41ill uf amounting lo $42.ill
Ice-box salads that taste even Beach evidenced' by .-.er..t.Io'at" :1. 4. 5 & all Hlkll 61, 62, 6:1:l of Iliunpton UU snub 11134 respectively.| and repreH AI.RO11: HWti ..f NcMcpt \\ '', .
Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance No. 137 of 1929: Rut fi of lleiich: Kalil Hampton Bench !10.)- nt the unpaid' taxes for the 1 Acre In N W ,i "i 1
1 better than they look. llititinton Ronch evldonoud br ri r- !(.,.,,1-rli.il Pint of \VU.. of H\V I' year in'tI: tu 19.17, both Inclusive, Tp. 7 8. 11. 22 K ''..i.i' ,",,,
Advertising: Rates on Application Free recipe sheets will be distributed irieutu. No. 138 or 111 ill": UIK a or & W'4' of ftJo '\ of HW of S.>c. 24: amounting to $33.61. Acres, more or less

----. -- dally, so that the Inspir lfampton Beach evidenced by 'er- nOd 10'D'\ of PKVi' of NKSi and K ALSO: NK<4 of SK'4' 1 Kxcept I The tnxe to be xold ,11 u' I.
..mritl. N'). 13!) of 1929: 111k 7 of drip along N Hide thtb : HlCVilounded .Acre In "HM Cor of 101..... H4 Tp. 61 Iby i : cvrtlllcnti'M NOK 4:17: I s s
atlon of the new recipes can bo Inmiitnn Ituarh. evidenced by certificate along f.lllle SatI ,- H. It. 22 1'). containing 85 Acre, 1'CII nnd 479 of 1933: ,, i I.
MESSAGE carried home accurately. No. 140 of 1939-: ilk 8 ofliinniton ,, Fe Lakf. of Suctli.n 2.1 All In more or le.*. und represent' tlie unpaid. i.v.llvt, ,
Beach evidenced. by oertlf-. Township 7 Mouth: I lan 21 Knnt The taxr to bo Hold are evidenced the. years |t2f$) t.> 19.:<7, IM
one could have listened to the address of Dr. LuddM. Although It won't be possible' to cntv No. 141 of 1939: 131k 9 of In Bradford. County:: :+ .ra'I a. amtrepresenting by certificate No... 442 of ln.14 andreprcnent HVH| amounting to $71 84R,11t > t
lift those tantalizing: culinary triumphs Hnngton' Deach evidenced by rerIflcala the unpaid fazes. forthe the unpaid taxes for the tax
Spivey, president of Southern College, at the Methodist out of the picture there No. 142 of 142it: Klk lOot year 1929 to 1917: lioth Inclu- ye n PR 1933 to 1937. both Inclusive. all atibHequrnt+ certificate omitted'OK"I HIM ,""1
aloe <" i .
iHiiipton amount
much i vldenced by eerIflciite Intf to $2,309.41. amounting' to $5906. p
;\ Church and not have been changed in will be of bundlesat No. AF.Sfv: ', of taxr will be Hold to I th, u" ,. ,.
Sunday a person some plenty dally gift 143 of 1929: Mlk 11 of NK'i NWi-4 of 8Wii of AISO'} : NWI4 of NWW Sec. 7 Tp. 7 lililder at the .,
Hi.23, Tp. fi H. H. 22 1':., S. K. S3 !;.. CVurthou .1.i ,
containing containing 40
this 1937 school. fiinpton Flench evidenced by Acres,,
profitable rerIficnta Sturke.
on the '
degree. For the word "change, although it was not an- No. 144 of 192' Ulk It Of 10 ACI-UH inure or IDMH more or lean. llth. dnt "r I l I. I .,
.. : ury 193H, tit 11:00: u'clm. \ M
-- --- Tho taxes Im
.' Inmpton, Bench Idrfheprt, by reriricutit to Hold are evidenced The .laxe to be Hold ere evidenced baled Hint the .
t nounced as such, might well have been the title of this great by certificate, No. 438 22nd. ilnv >'I i
SUPREME COUIJTCANDIDATES No Hit ..r 1939: Klk 13 of of 1934 nndruproneiit by l certificate Nu... S33:!: and 4CO nf1U.13 univ. A. II. 19.18.OFfKU'lAI ; .
sermon. liimuton Hench i-vldenred, by cer- : the unpaid taxes for the : and 1934 respectively, and represent ( 1011-\r.)
IfU'llto No. 146 of 1939.: Hlk 14 of yearn 1U.1.1 to 10.17, both Incluxlve, the. unpaid taxxx for the A. J. THOMAS
More than else have heard read before InmiMon nench evidenced by cer- imoiinthiK to UO 811. your 1031 to .1937 both Inclusive Clerk of circuit '
anything '
we ever or (Continued from Faze One) tlrienee.No. 17 of J92l!I: Ilk) 11 of Af.Slf: HW" of 8K(4( of N'V', & amounting $48.37. I Bradford Count). Ki n i,
Dr. Spivey's words had the effect of promoting an almost H"II1II( ] > Hea(''''. evidenced by cerllrlcnte 8Y" of NK, nf NW<4 of aW/i A- AWiq ALSO: NISK uf SWVT: \ of Sec 21 1.28.2t-a-l1
No HR'ot of N/Vii of
1929: elk 16 of i fiVVW & W % of Nor\:
uncontrollable desire to change something-ourself, our $800,000 Only one paper carried Hiunpton Hoach evidenced by certlflcilta SW, of SWV, nf Her 28 Tp. 6 H.:
them; Comptroller Lee refused to No. 149 of 192! : Hlk 17 of II. 22 E.. containing 45 Acre, moreor
work, our town, our country-but change we must and for bill suit entered and carriedto Hampton' Rrnrh evidenced by Oer- IOHH
pay ; tlflcnrc No. ISO of 1929: nik 18 of The tnxoH. to he Hold are evidenced: .
the better, of course. Supreme Court when he was Hampton' Beach evidenced' by certlflcnte by ci-rtlflciila. No 270 of 19.14, and *
No 151 of 1'I2! : Hlk 19 of 'represent the unpaid taxea for the
forced to Able and l-
Insisting that the world has progressed faster than the pay personally Hampton rteach evidenced by car years 1'lM: to 1917 both InclUMlve' y
popular tificate No. 152 of 192D: Rlk 20 of nmountlng to $69.92. ?
people who inhabit it, Dr. Spivey said that living conditionsare Group Three Hampton. lra.ch evidenced by cerlirk'Ut. ALSO.: I:'" of Lot 48 & KWi of
No. 15:1: of I'I29: Klk 21 nf Lot 49 In Wood lawn Sec. 29 Tp. 5 S.
too easy and simple today, and he deplored the ease with Roy Chapman born VVauchulIa, llnmplon' n nch evidenced by cer R 22 12. containing 10 Acres, moreor
tificate No. 164 of 11129: Hlk 22 of IOHH.
which modern man is able to survive in comfort. The age- Florida; one of state's best law- Hampton Hi-uch evidenced by cerlirkutn The tuxes to bu Bold are evidenced. I
yers. Partner Governor Cone In No. 15A of 1929: ilk 2.1: nf by certificate No. 273 of 1934 and
old truth that nothing worthwhile is ever accomplished with- law twenty-seven years. Appointed llnmpton. Beach evidenced by cortlricat reprenent. the unpaid taxes for the
No. 166 of 1929: Rlk 24 of years 1933 to 1917, both Inclusive, ,
out a struggle was never brought home more forcefully than Supreme Court to succeed Hampton Bench evidenced by oor- amounting to 1582.

by the dynamic doctor Sunday Judge Fred H. Davis who died last tmcat No. 167 of 1929: Blk 25 of ALSO: "BKj' of BH of SWVi of NKH:
morning. Mamptun Beach evidenced of See. 4 Tp. 6 8. R. 22 K. contain
Y "We get out of religion and other institutions summer Chairman State Bar Examiners tificate No. 158 of 1929: Blk by 26 cer of ing 15 Acre, more or I.......
only I
so prior to appointment. liLt IIIllton Beach evidenced by cer- The taxes to he enld are evidencedreprenent I
much the tlflonlfl Mn IKft nt '921'! elk 27 nf by r"rtltlt''t.. Nn. COO ft' UU_ end
as struggle we put into them Dr. and Postmaster Lake -
Spivey said at City when Hampton, Bench e"ld.-n.ed-by; -cer the unpaid taxes j for the

somehow for the first time we actually believed this laminar Cone elected Governor. Resigned tificate' No. 160 of 1929; Hlk 28 of years 1934 to 1417. both Inclusive. I
amounting tn 3362.
and Hampton neach evidenced by cer
warning. We could clearly see) the folly of the man who sits appointed Attorney Racing tificate No. Ul if 129: elk 29 of ALSO: 8WI4 of NW.4 ft KV4 of !
Commission to succeed Futch. Resigned Hampton Beach evidenced by cer NW14 of "HWU & WVb of Ki4 of

idly by, complacently waiting to get religion, to get wealth, to accept Supreme Court tificate Hampton" ( .No.BnncH'evidenced 162 of 1929: elk 80 of NEM K. 23.: of&. SWH containing"f Bee 70 Acres It Tp., more 8 S.
or to get any of the other worthwhile experiences of life. It appointment. tltlrat.'%'rn. 183- of I929: Blk 31 of or lenM.

Tom Watson born in GeorgIa.In Hampton Itearh evldmioed. by cer The taxen t>> be Hold are evidenced
just doesn't happen that way. state tificate No. 184 of 1929: ink 82 of by certificate No. 274 and 313 of
several years. Practices Hampton Bench evidenced by cer 1931 and 1935 reHpectlvely, and
"Religion," said Dr. Spivey, "isn't Just poured into a law in Tampa Stormy political tificate. No. US of 1929: Blk 33 of 1-epreHent the unpaid taxes for the
Hampton Beach evidenced by certificate yearn 1930 to I1.17:\ both Inclusive. ,
man like water from a jug. It must come from experience, petrll. Can be expected to take No. 16ft/ nf 1929: Hlk .14 nf amnuntlnir to $17478.AISO .
stump. Member Florida Hamilton : MKL, of ....
legislature Beach evidenced by cer KE* of 101. 19 Tp.
and experience comes only to those who go out and seek it." 1931. Also ran In Gubernatorialrace tificate No. 187 of 1929: fur 85 of 8 S. It. 22! Jo;., containing 40 Acres

He told the story of what John Wesley said when some of 1932. No judicial experiencebut Hamilton' No.Beach Ids of evidenced 1429;: Hlk by 36 cerllflcate of- more The or taxes Ices. to be Hold are evidenced.

his ministers came to him complaining that they felt them- has given experience to every Hampton Beach evidenced by certificate by 1929 certificate and 1934 respectively Non. 264 and and 321: represent of-
court before he' No. 1811 f of 1929: Blk 87 of
selves lacking in real religion. "Then go out and preach it peared.COMMITTEEMEN. which hall ap tificate Hampton No.Beach 170 of evidenced 1929 by cer yearn. 19.18 the: tn unpaid 19,17: taxes both Inclunlve fur the,
: nik 3X
until you get it," Wesley said. --- -+ -.. -- tificate l1aml>loll Ucacb evidenced t>y cer amounting ALSO: : Coin to at U SW 19.62.cor of a 12 Acre
What invaluable advice! What great use all of us could 'Unmptcin. ," Bunch lit of evidenced 1929 j elk by 39!oertlt'kate of I tract*. C. of(Ooodwln land formerly& run R owned along by S

;. make of it, not only in relation to religion but also in rela Hampton: Nn.Ueach 172' of evidenced'1929: BJk 40 of i Hide nf mid land to 8K Cur of !ija-:
ATTEND MEET by certlflcate i I rah Scott land, S variations, W
tion to every other phase of our lives. What folly to sit and Hampton No.Reach 173 of evidenced 1929! : Blk by 41 cer-of I j 1 1 i about NW to 105 beg yeses In ton Pout, Thence

wait for something HODGES RETAINS CHAIRMANSHIP tlflcate No. 114 of 1929: Blk 42 ot' Temples Htib-Dlv.. of NEVt of SW'A
you really want What great satisfac- llnmpton Beach evidenced. Section 21! Tp. Mr. President
by certlflcnt 6 S. R. 22 K.,
OF PARTY contalnnlB 3 Acres,
tion in going after it until you get it Hampton* No.Bench 176 of 1929: Blk 43 of more or lessTho
FLORIDA evidenced
by certlrioate taxes to be Hold are evidenced
Yes. Everyone must have been changed in some de-I Hampton No.Beorti lf. of 1929. :: Blk 44 of by certificate No... 299 and 828 of

gree by Dr. Spivey's Judge A. Z. Adkins. J. !.I. Alvarez : N... Ill of evidenced 1929 Hlk by 43 certificate cif- I 1931 and 19:14: respectively. and rep p
inspiring words resent the
unpaid taxes for
; some only the and Mrs. N D. Wainwright, Iliimptuii Reset, evidenced by cer yearn 1931 to 1937, both inclusive the YOU MIGHT LIKE TO KNOW

message was actually being uttered ; some throughout the remainder members of the county Democratic

of the day-perhaps a week ; but others (and we, Executive Committee T. Frank i'

I hope influenced there were and more inspired.The than. a few of these) were permanently -, state telth Landrum committee attended"and Mrs.a in meeting D.Jacksonville A. of Mon-the :)1'I'I HALL'S SPECIALS III II IIet' THAT THE FOLKS IN

great pity with messages such as that brought here, I lust Thursday. I --
by Dr. Spivey Sunday is that they are so soon forgotten by the day was Interesting the fight on business the part i I -

the average person.! Such speakers: labor! under almost overwhelming of some delegates to oust Chairman I

odds in attempting in a few brief minutes to make J. n Hodges from his officeas SMOKED BACON ''TOMATOES' I

their words burn a result of some remark he ,
a lasting impression into the minds of their recently made I Lb. 18c No.
listeners. It is criticizing the national 2 Can 6c
no job for
mere man, but rather for a human administration. This move I

dynamo so fired by his own convictions that he cannot help was defeated, however, and POTATOES BABY
but impart Hodges retained his post. ,I NORTHERN I
some portion to his audience
no matter how
imaginative it might be. We think that Dr. Spivey succeeded un- nddress The chairman In which made be explained a 6,000 word and 10 Lbs. 14c I' BEANS, Lb 4/2c

in this task better than anyone it has thus far been our defended his remarks criticizing I
privilege MEAD Best RICE
to hear. such New Deal measures as the : I Blue Rose CELEBRATINGWITH

.I II Supreme Court Bill, the Wage r: 10 Lba. 19c 5 Lbs. 17c a.
I o and Hours Bill
and others. He

! WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO HELP( OUT? said: "I am willing to go along MATCHES PRINCE ALBERT YOU AT THEWoman's

with the New Deal and President
Four days of the short period designated Roosevelt since Kitchen 3c Can
as "Clean-up the policies I objected > lOc

and Beautification Days" have already passed and it is time to have been abandoned. .. Club)

; for each property owner to !stop and consider what he has A resolution was adopted requesting SAVORY OLEO I ASPIRIN Tablets --
Hodges to
done-if express DOn
anything-to advance this important work. Of opinions for the committee as a Lb. 12'/2c Box 2c

course, a program of this nature is really a round whole unless he had first obta i FRIDAY NIGHTJAN.
year. job

but the purpose of having a week or ten days of intensive, I pel" approval_ of other+ members.. LARD, Lb. lOci I FLOUR, 24 Ibs. 70c
-- ,
effort is to bring it to the attention -
of the
public and to
mind those who re- Births PORK : OATMEAL
are apt to forget general ,
improvement 28BIRTHDAY
in Mr
the rush of other affairs.GEORGIA'S Luwtey, January 20.Francis Twin boy Prevail and Lb. 14ci 2'/2 Pic. 15c .

t e- girl Bradford's first twins for

v ...., and Mrs. Jack Crawford.- Qt.
satins newspapers! are almost unanimous in denouncing Lawtey, girl. January 21. Pkg. 3ci 15c I II

Georgia's newest quarantine\ against Mr and Mrs. Clarence Moore, I :

unnecessary and unwise in the Florida cattle as being Hellhronn. boy. January 23. DILL PICKLES i COFFEE, 100 pct. j

run. The few tickbearing '--- ---- __ -
for deer the in the southern part of the state-Georgia's grounds Townsend NoticeThe Qt. 10c! Pure, Lb. 12c I' OLD FASHIONEDSPELLING

quarantine! are not considered a serious enough local Townsend Club will' I i APPLE JELLY
I menace to CORNFLAKES !
warrant any such drastic action. give a popular entertainment In

The Florida Searchlight in the school house at the next regular Pkg. 6c 32 oz. 20c BEEBILL
a recent editorial, recalled ,
meeting night
r another Monday February

time its occasion watermelons-"when the state of Georgia just about the 4. Watch for the program LETTUCE Ea. 7c BACON, Best

I were ready to go to market, established announcement net!: week. ,
quarantine\ on Florida melons because they +-.-. I 12Zc BOSWELL and His Orchestra
were packed in RELISH
pine-straw Dual Will qt. 20c
with the ridiculous claim that Run )
'teeny weeny' little TALL MILK
tick T. D. Dyal county commissioner'I'lm
might escape somewhere in the Empire State and in- the Broker Pink Salmon
fest district announced 121/2c| 3 for
beautiful _
cattle. this week that he will be a I Spelling Bee Begins at 8 O'clock1st

"Investigation proved that there was no reason for concern candidate for re-election. ENGLISH PEAS 1 I MAYONNAISE Prize

in Georgia since watermelon cars I 3 $2.50 Cash
were securely locked i POLITICALANNOUNCEMENT for 25c Pt.
and it was utterly impossible for I 20c Dancing Begins
any tick infestation to 9:30 O'clock
as a result of I packing melons in pine-straw. I $ GRITS, 10 Lbs. 22c

I,. "The then governor of Florida, Cary Hardee ''TO, TUB HKMCM'HATIf1 VOTRIIM *
was com n. TIII" : KIOHTH
gelled to threaten severe retaliatory measures against I ('I''ItI l"T JlT'U"Ar. FEED SPECIALS Admission
I r hereby
gin citizens and products t.... nnnoiuice my cnnninacy :
but at nomination
even that two three asNtate Attorney to
or weeks an. 'rr.I ntyvelf.. .. SCRATCH FEED
of our best shipping: season was lost' : and further III mil earnest. cn.rintllii and prom. and) "faith.con. 50-50 $2.20 For Dance &
we Spelling Bee.
till ,
'*f"r"1ltnt' "* I the .. $1 Couple
compelled to use other material in which to I nffl.l .x dutle of tblt.The CORN
pack melons. YELLOW
"It is .i mitlniifil $2.15 For
of the
getting to be l Spelling Bee
a nuisance hatn.n
and an economic impedi "lute i.f this. c-ircult will be Only 25c Each
.1."ly .
ment to Florida to have these spprerlst. d. SHORTS
quarantines thrown on us, and .' '* ADIvINH: GRAY $1.85
the result will eventually be that nnlneiivllle, Florida
practically all of
and livestock will our produce .u ricF: o9'rel.t. OK TKIITIPirtTK1 COTTON SEED MEAL Tickets On Sale At
move by water to the loss of thousands of f' *\ $1.70

dollars monthly to Georgia citizens _kNr'T'K'! I IM "BIIKHV I1VK.V: that
who are employed by (.IeIU Id.Llnr..f The Bradford OYYSTER SHELL 100 PUBLIC LIBRARY

railroads: because of seasonal and increased movement of ii"J"v.r.l'lllk'( ... with m.. A c' rp..r tlon, hit*, LBS.70 LEILA'S BEAUTY SALON
written r" t "
these articles. ntl"'" ttmt
Hitnx, .
nil ,.. .. tnir.thrr. with LAYING MASH CARPENTER'S DRUG
ut> ijti nt omltt, <1 or li-vlnl. $2.30 STORE
ales hi.>M by th. Slat l>. ndv.r, .. BRADFORD CO. TELEGRAPH

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