Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 4, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02631
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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,,.", EECTION""" ',1r NEXTVEEK\ Hampton Hit Again By Fire II jg

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}< [m SCHOOL HERE AT FREESCHOOL _. "_ $25,000 J

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Invited To Re ,
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matrons Will Register I I II ESTIMATEDAS

h [Choice For Principal Guests of Telegraph :

Next Year H I At Ritz I II DAMAGEFour

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I I Office llurned
"The best!! things In life arc-
n "election unique in the history free!" Last Weekf.AINKSVILLE ,i.I i.
; of education la Bradford
And so Is the Telegraph's fa*'
County will be held at the school)
| clnutlng and different Cooking
bolwe tonight ( Friday) at 7.30Vclock' : ; HELPS BY
I School that ia Just t around the cor I
whet p: trcns cf B H. S. \ SENDING TRUCK TWICE
| ner opening February 10 at 10 A I
m to "vote" for nextear's
1k gather T J5 Duncan, young Gainesville IM.' in the Ritz Theater It will

school principal. attorney. who this week I also be shown Friday. Feb. 11, at I Fire look another big bite out

; Decision to hold the meeting followed makes his formal announcementas 3:30: P. M, and Saturday. Feb. : of Hampton late Thursday night

reports that both the cur- a candidate for State's Attorney 12, at 10 A. M. 1 ..- of last week laying waste S25.00O

;rent principals (of high school In the Eighth Judicial Circuit Men have their annual conven- I <-0..<:" ,.', ......n'!t-: 't I worth of property and, leaving along

'ttnd of elementary department) composed of Alachua Baker, tions, where- they listen to lectures I II :: I stretch of ugly emptiness In

:Were notified that school trustees Bradford, Gilchrlst Levy, and Un- I from specialists, experts who have :::; n:,: z'Looking I the same block where three years

:had unanimously decided that ion Counties. Following Is a brief I devoted years to studying: and experimenting ago the rambling old hotel burnedto

'next'a year's principal should be biographical sketch: I along constructive the ground

one who had not previously been Born August 3, 1907, in Lake 1 lines. There the crowds of busli northeast along Hamp hours before Hampton citizens manent building have yet been As if playing a gruesome and

Connected; with B. H. S. Butler. in that part of Bradford ,i ness men get a fresh viewpoint on ton's principal street, the Tele- came to buy stamps and receive ,I made The monument-like chImneys unwelcome encore another house

Hearing rumors that a principal County that now is Union County.Son their job, new ideas and enthusiasm graph's camera caught plucky their mall Carpenters have already I shown In this picture--.bleak I burned shortly after noon Friday

Was to be appointed at a called of Rosa (Driggers) Duncan :I to carry back to work. converted the front part of I,: reminders of the comfortable but apparently bore no connectionwith

,Ineeting of the school board Men- and the late L. A. Duncan; educated -' Now comes this practical rallyof postmistress Ada Nlmmo and her the canning center building Into homes that once stood there--have the Thursday night conflagration -

day night a group of patrons attended in the public schools of I homemakers to contribute assistant, Mrs K. B. Watterson a temporary postofflce No definite already been torn down as a safe that claimed three dwellings -

but were told by Supt. A. Bradford and Union Counties; : fresh perspective for the "same standing on the spot where a few plans for constructing a per ty first measure anil the post office building.

' Orlffls that the meeting was for graduate of the University of old job" the monotonous day-in- I Bucket brigades of local I citizens

-.F, ,bther purposes It was then that Florida receiving LI degree and i and-day-out job, yet the most important :: fought gamely but were no

':the so-called election was decided LLB degree; married Free Wynn, I business in the world. PUBLIC AREASBY match for the flumes that caughton

*n.The the daughter of Leaston A. Wynn i I The women of this section will the dry shingle roof of A, A

trustees have not Indicated and Janle (Plnholster) Wynn of', get up-to-the-minute news on every McDonald's house and spread!
,*whether or not they will be guided Starke. Has two children a son I I phase of household lore, and quickly to the post office building

,fcy the outcome of tonight's elec- and a daughter ,! they will hear from specialists in with the aid of a brisk northwest

tlon In their recommendation of a Actively engaged in the practice I II their own field, who will direct an TO BE PLANTEDlieautificaiionCominillee wind. A fire truck from GaInes-

. principal for next year. of law for several years, being I'I Inventory on simplified methods, .. ville was summoned, but by the
member of the law firm of -- time it arrived there iot
a I routine, products and latest equipment :5 was :<
and Duncan, Gainesville, much to be done except preventthe
OKAY' MAKES STATEMENT; Fielding I pointing the easy road to
I tot the past six years, having extensive : -', smooth home management That flumes from spreading beyondthe
______ L. A. Gray supervising principal practice in both branchesof '; may seem like a tall order for one Continues To MeetRegularly two additional homes that
of B. H. S., yesterday made the 'I
statement: I law--civil\ and criminal. Nephew -I motion picture, but this entertain. : .. were already beyond saving

_ jfollowing I of Thomas W, Fielding, senior ,: ment is no ordinary film. Heaviest/ IOHI was sustained by

Wednesday afternoon, Februry -| member of the firm Beginning'I I True, It was cast, directed and 21 tPW ..... ".. v', Mr. McDonald who also owned the

2, unsigned, colored handbills third year aa Prosecuting Attor- filmed In a famed Hollywood studio The Starke Improvement Club -4 post office building as well as his

were distributed to pupils of I I ney for Alachua County. ChalrI I but it was assembled thoughtfully held Its regular meeting in the rar ;\ large three-story residence, operated -

. jBtarke school. These handbills I man of Alachua County Democrat- and patiently to bring more Woman's Club last Friday afternoon iJ, 'i ', as a hotel Also destroyed In

ore my name along with that of j ic Executive Committee for thee than passing amu ement. Everyday The members felt that recent ,' ',- I' the same block were a two-story
rr. J. H. Benson. They also called I ( cold weather had been a factor tl
?- past three years, elected to succeed :I happenings were dramatized house belonging to J. W Walter-
for a big muss meeting at the the late Evans Haile. (Continued on Page Eight) in holding back much of the l son and occupied by L L. Beden-

!jichool bouse on Friday evening I Ha Is a member of the Baptist I I II -_.-.- --- beautification Jfi.rk that would Almost surrounded by canned bits of It falling to the floor. Shothrew baugh and family, who operated

and carried' an announcement of I Church, a member of the Elks. I have gone forward otherwise I goods and staple groceries, Miss I;, COD. parcels and other a telephone exchange there, and

a P. T A. Meeting Thursday at i GENEROUS However, satisfactory results : Nimmo, Hampton's postmaster for !', valuables out at the door and also u not her house owned by Mrs. B.

:15 P. M. 1 WITH PEARLS along this line were reported by eighteen years, took refuge In a 'fioveJ her. typewriter. She is In the j I I I I Y. Saxon.

; I: wish my friends and the rest FARM PROBLEMS! R P. Clark, general chaiiman corner of May's more, directly market for a used! adding machine, The house that burned Friday
across the street from the ruined however, as hers cr>l.ld not be saved -
IC>f the general public to know that Tinthilll\ of a lifetime This week! the committee plansto In said to have just been purchased
week She estimates that worthof .
office. For almost $60
post a
these handbills were passed out to I mire Monday night to !Mrs. Inspect local public buildings! by Russell Dyal from Arthur
TO BE DISCUSSED I the regular business of delivering stumped envelopes and postal
: chool children, in school, without and out a" definite planting
T. K.: I)unran (formerly MissFree map r. Gould of Sharps. Mr. Dyal and
. Uncle Sum's mall was carried on curds were lost A quantity of
my knowledge or permission, or of program for each Grounds around take
Wjnn; Uaml'tonho) family were getting ready to
that of any school official invested AT 2 MEETINGS found nlv small pearl. In the the city hall court house, and from this tiny nook. Miss Nlmmo, stamps in the safe were ruined because possession of the place and had already -
remarkable of heat but what it
"un ,
showing courage money
with sufficient to do school the list for
authority oj'stern. served her nt a President's building are on moved one load of furniture
I der fire', arrived at the poxtof- contained was still in usable condition -
: *o. I had no knowledge of or I birthday banquet atCedar immediate attention. into It.

'|>urt in it, whatsoever. \\Stockmen Meet Toniglit; :I ieys.Since The City park has been givena flce after the roof was ablaze and I A Gainesville fire truck was

,. Furthermore, my name was plac- the banquet was h.-ld thorough cleaning this week called to the scene again as wind
d on the "ballot" on this handbill \ Cotton Growers Tomorrow to raise fluids. for the national and many vacant lots have been FIRE CHIEF'SEXPLANATION "COMEBACK" I was ntlll high and it seemed that

without Infantile foundation, burned over by the city marshal,
: my knowledge or con- I paralysis flames might go roaming a second
r ent. I appreciate my friends and IHrs.. Duncan gave five of the removing the growth of grass, NOW UNDER WAY : time. The nearby Baptist Church

: Value their friendship But I wish t penrls to the foundation. keepIng briers, and other brush of last caught twice, but the widespread
County WINKLER i -
. The several churches have
everyone to know that I am not 1 only one for herself an. u year. destruction of the night before was
in 'meet at'the court house tonight been active in cleaning their DID NOT MAKE RUN i AFTER FOUR-
applicant for the position of "tuenlen to" of her uniiHiialItick. I up fortunately not duplicated
( ) at 7:30: o'clock, and cotton I
Principal of Bradford County High | Friday grounds, and many owners of prIvate TO HAMPTON YEAR LAI'SEIronical --------.
; School for next year. The school i growers will meet at the Chairman. Grlnnell hughes property have co-opeiated

! -Officials have spoken I respect ''. same place Saturday afternoon at of the banquet committeeHuicl The Howard Seed Co., of Jacksonville Following reports that there had ? Yes. But the fact remains Mrs. Thelma Moore

two o'clock. In notices sent to and the Co., of !been some criticism from citizen that Hampton citizens had
these men and their positions. I thi five p"Ill'ls1'1''' appraisedas Burpee Funeral services for Mrs. Thel-!
| farmers this week, County Agent donated of Hampton because of the fact set Friday night, Jan. 28, as the
have samples -
(now how to obey. I know how to high us. $OO, iiinklug/ MIH.IMuirnn Philadelphia ma Moore.' 17. who died Saturday
be loyal to regularly constituted j T K. McClane, Jr., stressed theI perhaps one of he of flower seed for planting that the Sturke' fire department time to meet and formulate plans In a. Jacksonville hospital, were

authority. I importance of both meetings, largest. IndUidual contributors borders along walkways and load- failed to answer a call from thererhuisday for reviving th.'lr city government held Monday morning at 10:30:
I stating that vital problems will be Clark has planted night of lust week, Fire practically non-exlutant( since
in the to the tlgutugainst sides Mr. I
Most law-abiding people do not country o'clock at the grave In Dyal Cemetery -
wish to have politics injected Into j i discussed at each. Infant lie piraisis.( (Continued on Page Eight) Chief E. A. Winkler ypnterday U>34. On Thursday night, Jan. .

Nr.me of the Bradford-Union ._ .-- --------- made the following statement:. 27, fire destroyed a large portion
our schools! especially in the above I! been ------- --------- I Mrs. !Moore a bride of ten
Association has
Cattlemen's of the I town
mentioned I do wish 'I "We received a call from Hiimp- Is survived, by her husband -
manner not OF WATER WAS months
to the Bradford OUT
I changed County LIKE A FISH
to see this, or any other commun-, dues '011 H IKHI t 11:40: p. m, stating that But were the people dlsrourug Clarence Moore her par
Cattlemen's and
Ity divided into bitter factions. I have been reduced Association to CAPT. LOCKWOOD TRYING TO FARM the town was on fire and asking I tot? They were not And was the ents, Mr and !Mrs John L Gas-
$1 a year.
do not believe that Is the best.or ... the Stnrke fire department' II'' mietlng held It wns kins, a sinter Miss nenildlne Gas-
will be held the firstFtiday I
Meeting .
most Christian way in which to \ In -- come: with thv truck. We have t>. \".. Johnson, chairman of the kins, two brothers Lucy antiGeorge
each month."It
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., settle our problems. I' behooves stockman to I Ky II. E. J..oJ'rJr'n man must not (inV" ', "I done( bruk only one truck 750-pumpor, I old city council will serve as Gasklna, all '"I Starke.

Therefore, I am withdrawing affiliate himself every with his county During the middle 70's one Captain de pint cab:" the*, proper way was quipped' with 1,200 feet of hose, mayor. until the next,; regular election Funeral arrangements were In

from the picture, and earnestlywish I association times like these Lockwoocl clime here from to say "cutw*teir'if8-nd so on. Instead \ fIfty gallon chemical tank, and ( In Heptember James Onann I charge of Key-Mcrnb Funeral
of '*>e'' to' th6 mule, ladders named marshal, und G P.
wui Jacksonville
'I cr.vng( Home of *
to be left
my name entirely' when other states are refusing to Salem Mass, and bought a "forty" -
.. bawl "Luff to stab- "If this truck WE'reout of the VVadswoith. Jr., elected clerk
ont of the Withfriendship I i must! out : was Pull bearers were: Thomas Lew-
Controversy let our cattle pass through their west of the Ira Andreu I
toward all and malice border," Mr. McClane said The just' The tract already held a board" and ivhrn'Jurnlng at the 'Ity and a (lie should happen to mil t treasurer C. L May nnd L. It, Spencer Crawford Owen Rho-

toward none." I shall continue: to I I place. it nd of a furrow, Instead of "Huw, Veik out, then the city would I A Johns, two mem he I'H of the old .den Lr>n" j recent Georgia quarantine will be cabin, and he moved into
work for the best interests of the log come nroun' lyuh, mule," he had have Insurance companies on the crmneil, will continue In office and phrey, and W C Rhoden
among; the problems discussed at out trees and rose
!fechool and extend my best wishes, I the meeting tonight. I I and bushes set around orange it. I to use the nautical (eras of "Hard wit pnth und there WnuUI he M. L. Watterson and M C. Sween ---- -- -.-

loyalty and wherever aport" and "haul" On the left "Ian- trouble with complaints of property ey were chosen to fill the other
co-opcrallon I Saturday afternoon W. H. Hayes Lockwood had been the To Kxamlnc: Illind
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Captain yard This was all Latin to the owners. vacancies.
they be desired n"elled.Reflpectfully .
may or and
other Sea Island cotton experts -
will be ,here to discuss the 'owner and skipper His of a three-had I Brympr mule and "rhumb sailIng" "Chemical are all right for a The city jail, that hit II not A total of 123 old age assist-
I schooner. age
following problems with growers: masted was the result. | mull blare, but are practically known an Inmate for almost four .new applications were approvedfor
LEON A. GRAY carried him Into his second child-
_______: Biadford Price of cotton in 1938: acreage divoicehimself The old Lake Butler road ran unelcmi In dealing with large fire. years, will be brought buck from Bradford County during the
I could not
Supervising Principal hood and he
In cotton next year; the 1938 : just south of the house Farmers I There not being adequate water Its state of slow decay and will be period from Julv 1 to December
County High School. from the Idea that he was
____. poisoning plogram; and how tha had going homo from town. sitting) fncilitles III Hampton would make place, In ii'iidineits for those who "1. according to the! State Welfare
salt water. Everything
-- -+- grading of cotton Influences! the still on fashIon astride their ponies who pulledthe fire fighting difficult for any de- dare violate the revived ordinances Board. Tn the same period thir-

Mabry O. Johns price. to be shipahape and Bristol I carts, often formed themselves pal-tment. of the town of Hampton. teen Applications were rejected
; to those he hired to work for I and .clo ed forttipr
were !
funeral services for-Mabry O. I ).r. Haye has Just returned 'him he used nautical terms and I Into caravans. They were "I hope this explanation will bf City taxes will once more be twenty-one The welfare -

KJohns: native of Bradford County from a trip to the mills and will i they, also, were required to use I II not always /sober and kept up con clear enough for the people of l levied and approximately $tOo a > has iHtixonn been Include program
be able to answer all questions I versation loud, till t the one In \ Hampton as I understand they yenr in railroad and utility taxes I enlarged
and retired Ga. far as
Macon trans- the same lingo aa they weieable I aid for the blind and examination
_ concerning the marketing of Sea the van could hear the hindmost thought It was' my fault for not ; that have gone begging, for want
__fer held at the In this account
____ man, were grave On many will be made by spt'l'Iall.st8 In all
Kew Hope Cemetery near LaCrosse Island. He also ha* samples of ,I ing anecdotes were told at amus-I on'/!. and vice versa! and the sen- coming with the truck of an agency with the power of of the stare

at two clock Monday afternoon. thread cloth shirts, belts, and i pense HIS orange trees he called tences were often punctuated with ( Signed) K A. Winkler, collection, will be gathered in and parts ---.--

The Rev. W. M. Moody other articles made from long i "spars" and they were scrubbed all "cow hollers At such times the Fire Chief put to such useful purposes as

officiated. staple cotton. These will be placed the bark could stand, and plowedand II Indignant skipper would step out Staike Fire Department cleaning streets and improvingother Card of ThanksWe

on display. on the "bownprlt," as h.. termed public property
; !oIl' Johns had lived In Macon hoed so often tin they had no I -. -- -- --- wish to express our than'ca
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the of his cabin, and,
: for several years bur died here I chance to make sufficient roots I porch Toirnscnd Club I Hampton Intends to literally and to those who so kindly assisted
late Sunday night. ToJaxBuAir and had a hard time of it. His through hilt speaking-trumpet, in I legally get back on the map' luring! the illness and death of our

Mrs. \ around these bushes and plants he termed I a cracked and shrill voice, cuss 'em A cordial invitation la extended ----__---. .. -.- daughter and wi 1''>. Mis Thelnrn
e. Ha3" survived by a sister. many people I for the In
"cleats." peace to the public to enjoy the Town- Moore. God'n richest blessings -
I Jacksonville May
Lota Wethington River Junction; parts go to and from I I I the most npproved "bucko1 style CcmelerfWorking
two brothers, L. C. Johns Graham -j, as do Lacy Conway licensed: pilot, I From Arnold Brymer, a colored' The farmers would "Reckln send entertainment to be given in rest upon y u and may He

and O. L. Johns member of i 1 and L. L, Libby. The pair made I II I farmer, he frequently rented a that's all right, ole feller say, but nix the high school auditorium Mon- An all-day cemetery working reward every ore of you We also
in the '', mule for the plow and hired some day night! Feb. 7 at 7:30: o'clock. wish to express: appreciation for
the Jacksonville fire department I the round trip recently Tay- on the Dutch" relieve themselvesof I I will be held at Dyal Cemetery I
Pallbearers were: L. C. demons. I lor Cub airplane belonging to the man to run ("'''aU'> the implement There will be music by the Straw. ;: the beautiful flowers
i l i a few rebel 1 yells and ttavel on. Friday, February 4. T. N. Norman I
Rhoden Underbill. Ralford Carroll, local air club. The air was smooth Its parts had to be properly nam- berry String Bund, tap dancing Mr. and Mrs John I. Gasklna

Carl Sapp, Lewis demons, and and no mishaps occurred, Conway I ed, of course When a point' broke When the captain sold his I ulnglng' humorous readings etc : and Jeff Underbill' Invite 'I and family,

: Zary Crawford. I remarked. I[I from collision with a stump, the I (Continued on Page Eight) Admission free i everybody to attend. Clarence Moore


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PLAN In nl)' office and has made''I,' tirS tit., No Ill of I"'29 Blk itt( 01 8 It XS n, i-ontalulng; 40 Acre, the 7th day of March 1938. NOTICR to 193?. Ijolh liH'liiHU, .
CHEAP! TAG .al. ., t ed b ,'. le .. Dated this 16th day of January to ,
application for a tax deed to biBBued HumptMii' llench \ idem' > more or NOTrCF FS HEREBT OIVRN that $61.8. 5

CRESTVIEW -' Candidate-for- thereon Suld ,-ertlflcate embraceM tlfl.at.No 1 i-:.:2: "f 1929 Blk 20 ofHiimpton The laxen to .sol'I' are .vld.nced 1938 O.ore John oC Ktftrke 11011"0. ALO BW-4 of 8E-4 14.

Mallie Martin, who the r.l"wJnd".crlb.d H"",'h ,Ideneed b>' ..rllflcat. by certificate No. 663 and 48} of. (OFFICIAL SEAL) has applied under the act 1. n. 22 B., coutgl,, ,

Representatlve property in the (m"t .I BI..dror". .* :Xo 15.$! of 1929 lllk 21 ofH.tmpton 1932 and 193 re.pectvely. and rep'esftnt | A. J. THOMAS cember 22, Hint. lOSD. to A.re. more or lenn. k

was first to advocate an automobile State of Florida I.-wl' I llvnch ..4'ilco'd ii)' t'.r- lh Inplld II"e. for the Clerk of circuit Court of.Bradford purchase. 1:6 14 SW4 Beo. 23. T. The taxe to b* sold ,n. s "

license tag for full life of H1K 27. 32-20 In Crosby III"Rh' No. 154 of l IU2U: HIlt 22 of vear 1931 1137 both Inclusive County, Florida. t 8., 11. 20 E., Tal If.. Florid. claiming by certificate No.. 336 -n.i' '4

S ,..k. Hhoren In SEt, of Sei24 : 00 lieiich .V.I..n..o by eecI amounting- $49.US. 1 1-1.lt-.1. under of 1921 and 191S renp.nh.t a tIll

: S cars was eakod to explain his a In SI.J' of Section SB TcwnHhln I Ith'al. S... I US of : 2.1 of ALSO: SWV of JJWtt sec 2S Tp. All persona claiming: the Ion.,. &dverxclv represent the unpaid tots. <;' :n.

plan for further consideration He ,, Flange 21 r a.l. "I.ton Ileaih evidenced by rertiri.titu 7 S It. 22 E., containIng Acre, :ioFHi'3 or A.'I'I.I".IO: will !>. allowed until March year lt>20 to 1937. both, in' i iamounting i I" : .
In 'lb.a's'sHinolit of the saId property No. 1911 of 1929.: Blk 24 of ".r. or len*. FOH THKIOII 4, 11138) to file In thl office their ; to $132.90. '

has complied with the request under, the, nalil, rtrl."l. IBniied Hampton. 11..h evidenced hI cerllflrate The taxes to ". evidencedby 4 enn
the following statement: "The wan In the name llr.. Eva :0. ( of 1929: 25 of cerllflc-aleH NtV olc'lr. 486 of NOTK'W ISHKHKBYHIVE.V: That tinder said application, ropy" uf notiC. n. 22 B.. containing, "
Brlnbol.rnlexi..<, Hampton' ( evidenced by iurIIfli.itH and W I I. Smith. Itoldor of I.t 'Isixt'criiflcite .. Acre 4 4'J')
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sold for fiveS .. 1932 ami 1934 renp reprenent to > on applicant.D. more or less
first safety razors b.redeemed .' 1 29- Ethic 26 of : No the 7th .rv..
H.ld cerllflat. shall No. 101 of : the unpaid for the 41. I..u.d K.
dollars each. Now they are given 8'or.lnl to law the H,u 'I"on Bench evidenced by oerllfliale yearn 1931 to 1937 InI.lv", day of AugiiHt. ) 1:3. has filed Acting PAIHOTT. by The certificate taxe. to bh Hold are \ I "
because lironerty ll'ereln' be No. 1SD of 1 1929: Rlk 27 of $4226. name, In my office linn made 1-21 -St-I-iS.Aal"llnt, No SaD .mil i r I

away by the manufacturers Bold to the. highest bidder wil the Hampton, ( Beach ",'h''I..d by amounting-ALSO: All *W nt NWI 8 of Hy application for a tax deed to I,. 1921 and 1933 re.p.\v.." ,,?,, ." ,I:'
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they fourd more profits are court" house door on the First Monday No. ItI)( of I92D: 2 I Acre ( NW Cur Sec S9Tp issued Ih.r..I. Snld certificate .. r"H.nt f", Iht
except |
19.18 It..I., evidenced 11 bracen following described !\OTICH Of Ntl.li OP '1',* y.ar. ID20 to 1937, both I ln,, i,
made giving away razors andS In the month of J.teh tleach by 7 S. It 23 H containing II : ,< ''I., .
by which I,.the 7th day, of 1938Pnted tificate No. 161 of 1929.: Hlk 29 Acres, or itS,. property In the County of Bradford, tT'JHTIKICATKMN'OTIOR amounting to $2.4.

selling millions more blades So thin 20th day of Janu- Hnmpion, Bench evidenced hI ..r.1 The taxes"Ir.to he old are evidenced mate of Florida I to-wlt I : I IS IIRRI3BY niVE.V that Multi I tax .. IORHI., '

also will the State make more arv, l 1"3M. tificate, No 162 of 1929: hy e"IltleHI. No*. 437 438 4:1 of lllnck 34 Cronby Lake Rhlr. inSoutheast Fouler Shi Hmltli ha. filed with n.. all subsequent omitted, m, i ,1> '.1'h

license (Of'FIIAI. RR\I.) Hampton Beach evidenced by 1931 and 479 of IMS r..p.etvely. Quarter of Mectlt.n 24 wrlten refluent that the tax c'artIfl- taxe. wil ba void tu thi,> 'h0)t.j I ) !

profits by giving away auto J THOMAS !tificate. No. 16.1 of .1928.. :_ HIlt.31. unit r.nreelit the unp.ld A In Northeast Quarter of Section eaten together with subsequent bidder the ( otirtiiou"., ,|n" ,

tags thereby selling more Cleik or Circuit, Court of Mammon neni-n rvIr.rrIy '-.'- Ihe 1938 to 1 1)37. both inciu- 26. All In TownshIp 0 omitted or levied "al held by the Starke on the 41 h day ..I '
Ttrndford" County Florida. I tlfli-ate No 164 of 192U: Blk ,12 01 site y.ar. to South, Bang 21 I Kant.The I State be advertlHed; and. to the 1938. at 11:00: o'clock 01. M.. ,,u)
on 17.8.Ial"
of gasoline Iouutl'
millions gallons Hampton tleach evidenced by ,' aHHeHHinent, of Mid .01. Dated
1.28-rI-2.U. with property highest bidder for cash till ha 151 li da> 1,1 i .1",
'aX .rttlc"l. tOI.th" provided
which there is a clear profit of !, Iltl.t. No. 165 of 1929: Elk 3.1 of all .lhHP'II.nt onll.d Levied' under the said (..tll.t" !Ia- by HOUBO hill .198 of the al lEt? act ary 1938.IOFFICIAL. I

seven cents a gallon" 'o'rl'F Beach evidenced by certificate luxe wil ..hi the highest .l.d wa In the numo of 1r. of the LegIslature, upon the following SEAL)
No. 16(1( of 1929: Hlk 34 of V. Hlbbard.Itnlen A. J.
:NOTICE IS IIKIIEBT lIVEN to bldtler the Courthouse donr In dewi-lbed real estate In the THOMAS

all whom It lay concern that I Hampton Beach evidenced by certlfkate Starke. the Ilth. day of February ...1 certificate .h.1 be (' of Bradford State of Flor- I Clerk of Circuit, "Cnnn I .1
:%O'iii3 (tie M u..: OF TlKHTIFH'ITKt \\ have filed my Final Statement and No. 167 of 1929: Hlk 85 of 1938..1 at 11:00: o'clock A. M. redeemed, accorlln. to the County", to-wlt: Bradford County '

: voucher and maCs application to Hampton Beach evidenced by [ rllflcate 1 Hated' thl. the 23ml., day of Jan- I' property d.Ncrlh. thereinwill be of SWi% of SW% Sec. 17 Tp. 1-81-31-2-4. "Io'ida
NOTICE IS'" HKIIBHY IIIVKN: that J No. 168 of 1929 Elk I ofHampton to HI
the Hon. K K. Ferryman for Final : uary. A. O. 1938. .ul highest bidder at the R. East, containing 20
The Hrooker Turpentine Company. Dlncharire ,ida Administrator of e>- Beach evidenced by ( S>JAL) house door on the first Mon Acres, 2 or Less. :0' (' : OK MAIH OF 'fCKIITIFIt'ATI.N \ \

Inc.. h.. filed with me writ*. re- tate of M Y. Ftrown, to Issue on the tificate No 109 of 1929: Blk .n.1 IO..FICIAL. THOMAS day In the month of March 1938, lore l' Hold are evidenced '

quent that the tax c.rttleale together 12th day of February A. It. 138. at Uln.ptol Beach evidenced by Clerk of circuit Court of hlch the 7th day of March 1938. by 'h.certificate tax. No,. 486 of 1933 re. NOTICE in HKl\KBY GIVE tug,

with all .u 1"1|u.,1 .111.0 10 oclock A M at the of No. 170 of 1929: Elk Bradford County, Florida. Dated this 20th day of Janu- npectlvely, and repres'ent taxen for M. C. Sweeney baa Wit):
tied tm
or levied taxes h.ld by t Hampton, by certificate ISIS.IOFFICIAL.
of Bradford ary. written
County Judge Cojnty. a.a.h .vld.nc..1 l-28-3t--ll the request that tax .
to 1037. both Inclu-
be alvprtlia'i" and Bold to the titgnent J. TERUELL. Adm'r. :. Ill Of 1929: Hlk 89 of j SEAL) y..r. tlflcateg together with all etr.

bidder for cilHll provided byl'h.ul.r 1-14-41-2-4, l U'U"ptol evidenced. hy c.rtfl..le .\O"I(' OK ntl.l OF A. J. THOMAS, .Iv"f HniountlnK to U184. omitted ,'II.
Ifl94ri nf the 19.17 act of f.a'h. f\r 1fl9Hf Rlk 40 01 .I.. 'U \ <.... .- ... -. .Hg: HK. .L. HE' Seo. 25 .quent... .. L_or levied_u_,. la\i. t IHI:
'1>. 7 H. ,it. gi i<; "T .a..tat..uvauv. tIflt't; .1"d ",11
the ,; .
fallowingdeBcrlbcd containing-
the a.t.
1"KI"lalur. upon M>-l< M OF Innipton cer- NOTICE l Bradford County, Florida. the .
"PPI.I"TIO' 1 .iln'F that 40 Acre to highest bidder r", ,
real extftlr In the County "IM'jjiJ more or lenn. o.i tiprovided ..
Iflcate No. 173 of 1929: 41 of
i.f Stale "Florida to- : J. lampion Beach, Ilk Mrs. S. N. Jr., with 1.2.lt-2-26. The taxes to I,. Mold are evidenced by house Bill 396 "r th I
wit Iradt.rd. .I 4.rnate nil ><.. 1H.I .vlo.nc.e c rIflcate me written request that the tax hy certificate Nog. 113 of reBpertlvely 1937 actS of the L-evlnlatuie. up, "

: of SH'i:' Se.4 Tp 7 S. U. 20 NOTHK IS '"' ln: Y tHVI.N. That "n. 17 evidenced: 42 nflampton certificate together with all nub- :0'1'.: OF .tPHI.ICATIOV FOR and r.IH..nt 128. .. the followingdencrlbed real ,' n,.

i NI containing: 10 more or \V. H Smith, holder of Tax Cer- No by c rIflcale nequent omlted or levied (axes held TAX nKKU for the yearn 1)125) to 1931. both. In- In the County "I tiradronl, HI,,,,, 11
A'r.l. 176 of 1929 nik 43 of
Itl'nl. NII 141, issued the 3rd : by the State' ba advertlHed and void (Senate Hill '.,. 16.1) amoiintlng- "Florida to-wlt: ,
., clu.t.
.I AuK-tlKl. A. D 1931. hue filed lampton Beach 'ld.nce.1 by c rIflcate to the highest bidder for cash a.' NOTICE IS : (lIVEN, That ): < StS$2.3.> Com IKS Yd. E of NW ,r", "I

The. luxi-B I to til .Bold Ir. evidenced name In my offlre and han madeit ) 178 of 1929: Blk 44 otfa"ton provided by Hiuine BUI: 396 of the 3vII.. Illth.H"II'H of Tax Certificate 'Tp. 7 H. tWot. .. 2 NK'i of N" '-, & nun K iYdn -- i

hv i erllflcnten' N.. I 12* of ">|illf-nl Ion fin n tax deed to be Ileach evidenced by cer- 19.17 arts of tldl.eglslature.. upon 4iO. issued the 7th day Acres, more or} containIng. M 106 Yd W 83 If: 'd.I-,
into and 11.1.1! rt-Hpeollvely.I nnd repruHent Issued thcieini. Siild .. :0. 177 of 1929: Elk 45 of the described real estate of August A. N 106
.rtrlral. embraces I tol.wlnl 1933 has filed name The taxes to be sold are evidenced Id. to HegSec. :,11 i Tp
lh. nupnld 'laxcn for 'he the t.I"'llg d..rlb.d j,I lampton 1..hhl.nc.c. by 4d cerIflc.te of- In '. of Bradford State of In my office and hun made application I by certificateNun.. 183 of ll!.21 re- 7 8. K. K.. "ont.lnh'l .: .\. "n -
yearn 192H! to 1917.: both Inclutlve 1 nii.>-f v II the c'.unt" of llrudford.Ste. t I : Florida, to-wlt: for a tax deed to be Issued 1 "I.lv.ly. and represent the taxes more or lena

amounting-t II I'i5ii4t of Fl'irlda 10"1; : Hampton Beach evidenced by certificate "'J', of SB'i E4 of RWV of thereon. Said certificate embrace for the yearn 1920 to 1931 both The taxes tu be void are ,eMi., "n .4.
: AI.SO.' : W''v ofn'I. of SEV' f. Hlkn 2S. 34 In Cronhvjik No. 179 of 1929: BIle 17 of SE''/, See I 8 S. K. the following: dencrlbed property In I Incll.lve. 1100.55. hI certificate NOB. 495 of r"" i '

I 14 Tp 7 1 H. :20) I' ,'nnlalnlnl |. Shorex In SKi4' of Sec. 24 Hampton Beach evidenced by certlflcnte containing- Acres, mole or the County of Bradford, Ktalv of I AI-M.): Ronuntn\' SK'/ Sec. | 'ctlvely, and represent ,ia'the ,." '0
20 leH. No. 180 of 1929: Elk 48 of ."
A'r.. n." e l In NIC1of Section 25 Town- Hampton evidenced I... Florida, to-wlt: 93 Tp. 7 U. 21 K., confalnlngr yearn 11133 to 19:7. both ..1:" lu.
Tintnxen. hi .mild are .vlden.1 ship S Fou.h. Range 21 Kant. n.a'h by cerIflrnte 1 The taxes to be Hold are evidenced Went Four Acre of South One- I 20 Acres more or lexH. nlve, amounting to .
M: nnd 83 ( No. 181 of 1929 Elk 49 of .
Not- :
hv .rltl..t.. and ( The "... ,of the Bald. prop- Hampton Beach bv ..rtt."t.0.. 18 and 49 of fourth SouthwvHt (u"'I.r, of The taxes to .Mold are evidenced Said tax certificate to..lh.'h,
1930 certificate
r "I'lv.ly. .rtv under the said certificate IBued 1930 and represent Northeast Quarter of Section 5"owuhlp by N'on. 70 of 1928 all Mubneriuvnt omitted or Iw*
rent tli for the No. 183 onI9'Dk: Except 1 133 re.p.ctv.ly. C.rtt..I.. re"Ir.tv.ly. : :
In the of
wa Simon
name Iota y.nr. 1929 to 7 South 21 represent the unpaid taxes will be soul to the hlKh'bidder it
2 it
1929 I'17.! lioth Inelu.IH.am.n"tlnK I. n.n.
"glowI'nlenn i '
y.nr. Heach evidenced 01 1117 both Inch..lv. amounting- Kant, contllning 4 .. the 1927 to : at the ( ,>urthou< do< i i ,
y.ar. I
t 19n.2a.: by No. lor.
F' said' certificate he 1:1.
.hal cerlth'at. $111.91. both Inclu.lv. nmountlnir, to Stacks on the 4th day of I"ehl"i, '.
ALSO: NW'', of SW, & N'v of of 1929: Blk 51 h.le
"f SW' of Set 14 T 7 redeemed according, to the llench evidenced certificate ALSO: E'ot NEU K of Mr-- assessment of the Hah property ALSO: N't of SEH E, $8.22. 191H, at 11:00: o'clock A. M.Oiited .
|1" by No.
H.KWI'It 20 <''... containing- Acres old 11''. tn rlY the described therein bidder wil thenurt be 184 of 1929: Blk 62 of Hampton Klnney Branch S c. 1 Tp. 6 S. under the mild c.I'llrh'al. .Issued Ai-ren la Sb. Cur & CM, Acres.tI I In thla the 15lh day of .1.I m'.
less. hi.h..t Henct evidenced by certificate R. 20 K., containing 05 Acre was In the name of Mallnda HW Cor of Section 19 Township diary 1H.1H.
or No.
mor hoiiBe the first Mrm- more or less. I'rida-eon. 7 Month flange 22 Kant SEAL)
taxes' to l h" Hold are evidencedby 185 of 1929: Blk 63 of containIn I.FIlIA.
In Hampton
Th. day the month of March 1938
Beach The totes to be sold are evidenced Unless saId certificate shall be redeemed K 67 Acren more or less J. THOMAS
87 and lit of evidenced
c..rlt..I.. No. which I. the 7th day of March 1938. I l's of 1929. by certificate No. hv certificate No*. 23 and 60 of a"o'lnl, to law the property The taxI. to be Hold are evidenced Clerk of circuit Court of
19:11: : ; and Also
repreSent No.
111 r..clv.ly. for the Dated thin 20th day of Janu- 612 of 1933 (.rltlcat. the I 1930 and 1933 r..pe.tvply. and represent th.reln will be sold hy cerllfloateii, N.. 299 and 1438 of Hradford County, Florida

yearn I' .in 1.. I I'M: ?. hoth.. Inclusive. itry.(OFFI.IAI. 11EAf.) above. ..crlb.d.mbr.clnl Hln.plon n.arhtop.rty v..o. .the" 0 .unp"lt .._... ,for__. _.the_._ to...k the__ ._.hIghest.... .bidder. ."_..at.. .u the___. court. ._ I ._1928___and.. .193:1_ : _rexpectlvely_ u .. and_ rep- 1-21-31-2-4.
to and .umv. .. .r ... .. rnr. ." u. .. ". .or the
S amnnnllni 1161.04. A. J. THOMAS more particularly de- i i the HOTICM ...,
amounting $ month of OF OF
March 1938 which I I. yearn 1927 to : 'SAX(5llcTlFl'ATEt
inc1ulveaniounting !
: S'4 of SW. I Hcrlbfd an I. 2 4 ; 't08'uu. 1:7. ,
\ .r 1WL. C'lerk of Circuit Court of fln'k. 3. 6, 6, 7. I Said tax with the 7th day of 19.18.: to
t '. 14 Tp 7 S S, B, ia..h. !
K. con Flradford, County Florida.2851H2S 0. II, : 14, 15, 16. 17. 10. all Dated 2I.8.la"l IS HKUKBV
thin thai
taining20, AcreH, more' or len*. '- 19, 20, 21, 22, 2.: 24, 25. 20, 2. ."",.HUbneriuent be o"lt.d the or Levied 19.2*. of J.nuary. all tax ..rttleat. together with W."nTIE. has OIVf:1
: The taxes to be nolil are" evidenced 28. 29. :.10 31. 33. 34, 35, Iii. wil hlgb".t .. nnll.d or Levied M.rgan tied wih me
the OFFICIAL written refluent that ,
V Courthoune door ( SEAL ) inxen *
h"I".r In will -
bv NOH. AM and tit :37 ::1 i* 39 the l.x .
of .
.rlltl.al. "OT..: I 40. 41, 42. 4.1. 4. 43. stnike on It A. J. bidder the hllh.ell tlflcateo together with nubBefluent .
'PPI.I"'rIO" February at Courthouse
lilt: and 1933: renpectlvely. and reprpset,1 47. 48 41 CO I. 2 .O' Ok'YA.o THUlAM.
o" 4. except 1938 11:00 Clerk omitted levied
the at : M Court of Mtll'k. on the 4th day of February. or taxes held
unpaid taxeH for the 4, 5 & all
Illkn 51 52
< pnnte Hill \ 63 of Hamp
yearn 1 1930!> to I'l.'l"!,: both 0. 11:1: ton heath: Said Hampton Hated thin the 22nd ..I of Jan-I Bradford" County I"loi'ida. I93X at 11:00: o'clock A. : by the State be advertised and sold
Incu.lv. NOTICE IS 1..h hurl. 1938 1-21-51-2-19. the highest bidder for cash '
Haled aiprovided
amounting i to f58.2.1AI.SO IFFFJY rlmtV. recorded thl. the ISth of Janu .
,. \ H. InA Plat of W"i! (OFFICIAL SEAL by Hill 3'd! of tin,
Smith, of Tax Cer- /WL ary. 193*. fnl..
S 10 of '
.' d : :of Sec. 15 A'r.'*1". 7 IF'. 20 Ilrl'al. No. 1411. .I..u.. the 3rd and.K'i, 'of of SK'i "I. SW'i of of 1.. 1 A. J. THOMAS, O"UPI OF P.'II.1'10' I.I..leJAL 8.1AI.) Iil7! : actn of I.ell.lat.., upon"

"wv, 10 Acres, F. "iiv of August A. D. 111. ha. filed NF' a Clerk of circuit Court of I '0'1'1 A. J, the following .. enmieIn I.I.
L lenn'ontalnlnl or Mat". In my otl'e has madetppllcatUrn strip hounded: aloliK N *ld HI3H I Flrndford County Florida. THE FI.OHIDA TO: l'I.I'k THIIAS.t.I..ul Court of the County of Hr ad ford, Htatr ,t

t.r tax deed be along Ir't Santa 1-28-31-2-11.. Ftobert H ( alno known a. Hrnilford Florida. Florida to-wit:
S The tuxen, to tie,Mold are evidenced 'nnued, theiefin. Said certificate. Fe Lake, of All In I Iu..1 and 1-31-31-2-4. NV4 of NW'4 of SWVi Sec. 1 Tp
em- Io".rt f.
S, hv ..llrh.lt.: No 72 and 216 of i'l.I.ee. the following dencrlbedroperty .wl.hl( > 7 South MalICe II ,OTHtOF i'PI.ui''l'l0P1)11 \ Ilb"a Hu..1 alno.. I< t.ol'.1 5 ,. H 21 K., .ont.lnh1g L'nAcreH
1931 and. 19.1.1 rennet-lively and repreBent In the County In FI'alr"rd County Florida, TIX IIKI'.IIHennle : Oeorg-la Rnnnell, more or .*.
) of ord. ... _. .. ,
.Ihe Ira lets. ,.-. -- --- .
unpiiiil taxes for the < .nnn' r. .r. . .
orate oi loricin., : I..n..entn. .1. ( Hill % Htll: wire earn lUll EllKt First Street ." ".UH .H 1 0" "Ol are "v"'nc
yei ,'" 19.10 to I l"a7.: both Inclusive Illkn 2. 19 1 m-wl l" In Crosby year .'! to ,!i.: j-t: iijjc, NOTICK IS IIKKKBV: .(IIVK.V, That %%'I list 00-S.leiii, Nolth Ciirollnii I : I T\\ U"U by certificate No*. 78 .nd 2HO of 1

amnunlnK $21 B.I Lake Shores ; of Sec. 24 I sire Ai.,141)amounting. ; to $ \v. H. of Tax Certificate I1KEBTINOS: 45e5.6. Hill \o. Ittat lii.12 and 1:4.2:1: : rp.p ctv.ly. andnntflFOIU represtnt -
S ." tV'or NE', & SE'i orNWII &.III NI .
& f HWI/4' & NW'i 6 Mouth. KuiiHTe. : Kant. 22 Ti'. fi S. R. 23 E.. contain clay of A. r>. 1931.. has filed .ult has been In"llut.d In the Circuit John II. Reilgraven, holder o* Tax 1917. both IncluxUe, umountlng) t tn
% & NK'i' of N\\'. & i: ing10 Acren, more or AUJI.I. $4589.
; The anBPBBinent of the said prop- I.H" name (' and han made Court of County Certificate No. am. issued the 3rd. ,
S 13 Acre of NW'of NWU S,c. .,rty under t the said I IBned The. taxes be Hold are .vl..d RI> "y for n tax to be Florida: In Chancery, Aliot'tiiai day 01 AU\u.l. A. D. 1931 haw filed ALSO: S'j. of NWl. of SW'.,
22 '". 7 H It. 80 1.. containing \a. In thr ,name, "Hllrl..I.Laura M. by ...tlr..al.. No. 238 of 134. .I""tlol Snlrl ,. d..1 embrac und Dora J.raV. hIs I suit,. office and bae-made Wee. 1 Tp. 5 S. n. 21 K., contain,,

212 Acre,, more or |IBB.The auh,.r.I'nleBB. t..pr..nt unpaid the .. ,*n Ih".on." ,.rlt"'al. wife' a plaintiff I against I and application for a tax deed to be ing- 20 Acre, more or ICBM

taxe* to be Bold .r.evidenced said .rlflcRI. he years 1933: to 1137. both inclusive, property In the County. of Bradford.... eat h ; you a* defendant :: 'e No issui-I th.r",". Said certificate em- The taxes to be Bold are evldem, "d
bv .rlr.'I.. So. and 231 of reileenied .hal, the 8"nu"tl"A to. 12081 State of Florida, to-wlt: r. hracB the followlna dencrlbed properly bv (certificate NOB. 88 and HI st r

11.11: 1:13: respectIvely, and represet properly" "c'm''lng.. therein hes.II 1_ I\\ ., of tF"1 of NW, Silks 3, 18 lot In 761.And you each are hereby r..ulr- I In_ the. County of Bradford, 1931 and 1935 rennectlvelv. and reo
th taxe for the "rl..d wil 11 of NMi\( NW'4 '. & SWl' 1 (Crohy resent the
unpaid taxes for
.n".1 to the heh..1 bidder the ..I Lake Shore SH'-i' of 24 Id to appear In said null on 3lar.b State or FlorIda, to-wlt: to>
yearn 1 1930: : both inclusive, court house door on the firm Mon NW., of SW & W 'K of N14 of In NE1/, of Sec. Z-5 Township. 7th A. I'. 1938 and thereafter to fIlewt'Itteo Lot 3 of Blk 2. T."ple. Addition year* 1930 to 19:17: both InilunH.-

amo".tnt to $421.79.! day: In the month nf March 1918: S\V'i of SW'i' of Sec. 28 Tp. 6 H.It. &South, Itang-e 21 Kant. yuiir d.r.nH"", If airy, to the to Starke In NK'', of N'V'4 amounting to $34.94.

[10: NW".t NW", Sec 21 which the 7th day of 19.18. 22 E. conl.lnlng 4: Acre, more The assessment of the said bill of complaint within the timeprencrlbed & of NEW of ALSO: N'i of WW-i' of NW''.
S property -
a. It. 20 K., containing- Hated thin 20th 1"reh.Jiinuarv. or less under the said certificate Inned l by law. Herein full not At "IrWn' SKV of NW. Sec. 1 Tp. 6 8. It. 21 U.. contain

,,, A'rp. more or I... I Its*. ,1,1 The, taxes to be sold are evidenced was In tIle of Jane 1"1[or judg-ment will 1' entered against N.cton 8 : ing 20 Acres, more or lenn.
.. The taxes to lie "01.are evidenced (OFFICIAL $8RI by ..rlrleal. No 270 of 13. and I llullln.I'lilBBH. .am. you by defotilt.B'adftrl 22 Kant. The taxes to be sold are evidence
liy 'prtlr""I.H! and 237 of A. J. TllM."I. r unpaid ". the ; .11.1 certificate be County Telegraph I* The aiiieMBment of the said property by certificate No*. 76 and 257 .'I

11.11: and the 1933: r."I.'tvely. and represent Clerk Court of y"lrM 1933 t. Ini7.: both Incluntve.amounting redeemed a'nrdlnJ to .hal the hereby desIgnated nH the dulv qual I under the saId certificate Isntied 1932 and 1933 respectIvely, and ,i-i>.

.1 unpaid t.xP" fur tneyearn Bradford County. Florida. ; to $39.93. property be hued newsipalier| In whIch thin notice I wai In the name of Mrs. Cclla resent the unpaid taxes for (the
1130: to 11.17.: both ALSO: I.'fe of lot 4$ of de..rt.d wil
.. Inclu.lv. 1-28-51-2-25. R'O .old to bidder thecourt Mhull be published once each ', Carter.UiiImM. yearn 1931 to 1:137: both Inclu.-nr, <
a."ntnK to 1X4 tin. l.ot 44 In WiiiWfl 2 Tp. 8 H. hIJ.t week for four I .
--- --- .c. hoiiHe, the first Mun- connvcullve w..k. a. : said certificate be amounting; to $44 II.
: I all '. 'erlrh..1.. together with .NO'run 01"PPI""TIO, It 22 len*II.. ('olal"lnl 10 Acre, tnorvor day In the month. of March, 1938 provided by law. redeemed I..dlnw, to .h&1, the ALSO: S'4 of SW', of NWtf Se.I -.
or levied
omiled .'Ol : \h"'h I the 7th' clay of 1938.lialed WITNESS niv. hand nml property therein beHold Tp. 0 S. K. 21 E.. containing
taxes "I.r'h. ottlc.11
4 bidder' will be .n"l the highest <'.n.I' mil '.. :" l The laxen to be void are .evidencedl thin 20th day January neal:. starke Bradford, I to the de..lh.d highest bidder at the 20 Acren. more or len*.
at the t'ourthoiiBe door In certificate No. 273 of and ,. :
: 19.14. .rntI '
NOTICK" IS LlEitEfll'IVEN.: That 11.18OFFICIAL. January 24th A O. tll court hotiBa door on the tint Mon- The taxe to be Hold are evlden 'd
'S 8t.rk. on the I NI h., day of l-'ebru- W. represent the unpaid taxes for the ,
H. Smith, holder ( I. SEAL
nf ( ) hy certificate "
41/48 of Tax SEAL) lW"'IC\\ : cloy In the month NOH 77 and 2r> >(
A l I'. ,' of March. 1938
: "y : at II 00 19.13 I ; both
IIU. : oYlock A. I (Certlflcnte No. y.n .,.
11. 'Issued the 3rd PI. Inclu.lve. 'A. J. THU"IAF.) THoMAS which the 7th. day of 1938. 19.12 and 193.1: respectIvely and i > |>
amounting- Mal..h
r (lay of AuRiii't. : IUIB filed.iaala 1\.8 I Clerk Court, or Clerk of Circuit I Court of Dated thin renent the unpaid taxes for tin-
Dated thl*. the ) 1:1. 19th. day of January
2th! A 1.11(1
,' S nary A. li I'IIHUKKH'IAK ,: day of Jan- In my, office han made of Hec :4 $Tp" .of B S 4 H..I N\/..,, contain of NEVi! I Bradford: County Florida. ICXIUHT Bradford County, F.,.'. 19isOFFICIAL.: yearn 1931 to 19.17.: both Indu-iv .
application for &
( nAK f tax deed to he 2 ., I 1- .8-11-2"25. KSlfIT. ( SEAL) amounting to $50.68.
) issued ing15 Acres, more leBn.Thf .
A. J, THOMAS, th.r.nn. Said certificate embracen taxes to b Bold AI"'n.y. 101' Ialutrr.. A. J. THOMAS, Said tax1' certificate together \vHli,
are evidenced
the .
followingdnncrlbed :%orit: all
< .ubsequcnt
S ('lrk" of ,' 01 PPI.KTIO' FOR Clerk of Circuit Court of omitted or Le\iil
flrcult ,
fourt hv Vo. 219
nf of 1915, and
propeity, In lh. County of .rllth.I. .\\ UKKM4Neinte : T'radford, County Florida I taxes will l te Hold to the high.sIbidder
S s-4-31-2-18.r.i-Hdford ('oiinty, b'lorlda. Htnte tit Florlrln. to-,-ll I : l"R"I."o. represent Ihe unpaid taxes for thevoiirn soriri-; or s ti.i': OF T\\ 1-21-51-2-18. at the Court house door in
Hill Vo. lnt
: )
flk. I-17 1.1. & Hlk 4, S, 11. I 1934 to I 11.17.: both InclusIve, NOTICK is IIKKEBYOIVEV, That ('KIITIFU'kTKWNOTICE : lIt ark e on the 4th t day of Fehrii.m,I
IB, 17 U each & amounting t. $11.62 1.0 HKItKHY: OIVE.V hot ISIS, at 11:00 o'clock
A. M.
10'1'1'1'' : OK TX tl'l IIICKItt"enntr >l.l: <:-"I'IO, Hlk 21 except I.ot I..I. 8, 9, 10 NW'\I..SO' .: SWI, 01 NW. 1 FI "rl Foxier Shi No.Smith 225,"I Issued holder the of Tax 7th Certificate day I 3II.. Smith hun filed with me written .%o'rIiloF. Htl.K OP T X I Dated this: the 15th day of .im-
II, 12. of Elk .1 SW; of '! that < Kit I'lKK-TI-S:
IS & 'V'i request tax certificatest'geter tIdy. 1138OIFICIAt,
"'I \... tll hIlts 32. I'll 1..1._ ", SW'of I It Tp. 6 8.II .r July A. n. 1:0.: has tied name ,' Ih.
NOTICH 21. 2 36, 37 20 In all HiibHetiuoiit omitted NOTICE IS HF'RI AY OIVEN that ( SEAL)
IH I I office d wih
II I my I I .
That 22 E. I -
II. II'Y ." sail., Frm'l Filkn 29. containing 70 Acre, mornor : or taxes held the IHIvo J. filed A. J.
3u by with THOMAS
w. II. ( of Tax C'ertlflrMlle & tlon for a tax deed to issuedlterf'on. I ha. me ,
111 143., ..Ixnlied :III i I In I.r..y Lake Shore,* In I.HN. Said certificate mbrace state be advertised and sold to the written n-fiuext that the tax certlficstss I I Clerk of Circuit Court of
the itrd I The* taxen to be old ,
Suit are evidenced
day of A. ''r.tN Uuarlvr of Section' the described hllh..t bidder for canh a. provided toRether with all Mubuiqtient *- Bradford County Fluild.i
Augu.t. 1. 1UJ1, nan 24 A bv certIficate No. 274 and 313 t.lo\lnl property .
rl..1 I Quarter of .I I Bill 3911 of the act omitted or levied held l-21-3t-2-4.
.- 1..1.1 I .2: "'"wuMh'n' .'.. ti-..... 1911:: I and 19:13: respectively, a the r!' ,.r.'ty '!; Bradford, State of nf 11.10u.I..IM"...... .n,.. 193 ',.L I.v '1. >..'" i.. n"v', .ta"e.__ ._...

II 1"11' 21 East: I represent" the unp,11 taxes for the South' Half of Southwest Quarter lowing; dencrlhed r-nl entate In the to the highest bidder 70- ca-bnu anprovided 1O'rJ'F3 OF tttl.K OF '55 X

"h. HHBrBBment of the saId prop I yearn 19:10: to I ': both lnclu.lv of SonthweHt of Section -. ..,"ty of F.tnl'd.. State of Flor I by MotiBe Hill .198 of the ('I'ItrI: lIC.STKS

BUSINESS erty u1.I.r the Bald certificate t In- amounting: to $17478. 17 Quarter ida : 1917: artx of the upon NOTICE is HKHKIIY (lIVEN that
Townnhlp 7 to.wl 1..I.latur.
South Range I
"u.'d wan the name of (leo. A. & 6 .111. : 1":1. 01 SI';'; of Sep. 19 Tp. 21 containing Acres Hk. 4, 5. II. 12 16, 17, & the tolowlnl d. .rlh"d r.al estate K I.. Matthew has filed with nf
A. M. Mnrcotte.fnb'KB 'ont.lalnl 40 Acre, Fa.t. nik 21 7. 8 9 In of Bradford written that the tax '
len, less, Al Except 1.11. Ih. l'nlnlv State of request ''r>
mure or n.re ,
saul certificate I nbull, be The a.. ment of the said 11, 1 & flk. 23 21: 26, 28, I Florida to-wlt: tlflcnte together with all) Miiboenuent -
DIRECTORY redeemed, according- law, the The tate to he Hold are evidenced under..the property linued 36, 37 "" Fk. 29! :10. ll SIlL of NKU' S,". 11 Tp. 7 S. n. omitted or levied taxes held

nroivrty clencilhed therein wi be bv c.rlr.al.* Non. 264 and 821 of was In 'Rol c.r\r"at.. S. In C'ronbv Lake Ih.r.. In SB"4 19 i II.:. contallin.40'Acre*. More by the State be advertised and auld l<

S sold to the highest bidder the 192'!) : runppctlvely, and rep- Humphrey.Cnlenn lam. of Sec. 24 & Se,.. 25 or lenN.ThA to the highest bidder for cunh anprovld

court honne flour on the first Mondnv "'""""t the nnpiild taxes for the saId certificate snail be re- Al In Seen *4, 22 Tp. 6 H. K. taxes tn he Hold are evidenced ,,d by llou* Kill 393 of the

In Ih.. month of March 1918, yarn 1918 to 19.17 bath Inclunlve, to law the H. by rerlirifaten Nun. 34 of 1933 re- I 1037 sets of the Ijeglnlature. titan

1 fl DRINK which I I. the 7th ""I of March, 1938. n n.nllnA, to $11963. "d..rlhp'l 1.orolnJ will he property Hold The tax* to l..Hold are evIdenced i Bpectlvely, and for the foMowIng denrrlbed real extntitn -

.t.1' thin 20th d.iy of JunuMIV. 110: at HW cor of a 12 Acre to the highest bidder at the court by certlfluate No*. 414 of 1933 respectively the yearn, 1913 tp.noh"i\ IncluBlve I the County of Bradford, Slate ''
". I(.11" f I land, foi'merly i and I to I.H.50. Florida.,
II" own.d by house door on the fIrst Monday In i represent taxes for anouII"A to'Wlt:
tOI"I"I'I\!A I.) I' ('. Ooodwlne & run K along I the month of ,March. 193*. which the year 1913: to 1917. both Inclllnlve. Nil 1.1 .rtrlcal.. together with Lot* 1. 2. 3 nf Elk 17, I.lvlnwdton -

4b "IOUAI.' aide .I .111 land to SK Cor of Sarnh 7th day of March 1938. a"ountnl to $107.19. all ptibBeii. omlt.d or Levied Trubv & C'o'n Addition t"Stnrke

&rz l'l.t'k 'lr"llt, Court of H.1 land, S variationV t Dated thIs 19th day of January A 1.10: of 11 12 Snmp- taxes wi be the highest I In WMj of NK' of St

Bradford, ( 011(1( tIP, Florida. itbitiit, : ynrdn to a Pont Thence 193. ..n City. Sec 4 7 S. K. hlddnr the CntirthoUHe door In 21 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 B.

I 1- NW to begr. In NE'.4 of SWU OFFICIAL PEAL 21 n, Htni-ke on the 4th day of F.brulry. The tav *M to h.. sold are evlden: > 11 l

"''eniil| '' 11 t.(Iv. of Section 21 Tp. A. .1. THOMAS.Clerk The taxeH 1. .sold are evidenced 19H. al II :no o'clock A M. bv cnrtlflfate NOB. 47.1 and Ills >'

i/l/ l In Sterlll/ed Bottle I >01'1'-K III" .\.t: OF T\ 8 S It. ,.. cnntalnnlg- Aer.. of Circuit Court of I \bv certificate* N.'M. t98 and lOll of i Diitml ..hl. the 15th day of Jan- 1920! :: and 1933 renp>*ctlvely, and riprenent -

:R I in rI:. 'more or I.... Riadford, County, Florida. 1910! :I and, 11i34! renpectlvely, and rep- I' n tiv" 1 101 taxes for the year 192" "

The I'uuse Tliut U.fr."h.* NOTIF I is Himiv HIVRN that .The taxe to he Bold are evidenced I-21-M-2-I8.' recent th" unpaid taxes for the (O"'I'"IREAl..) 1117. both inclusive, ainoiintliiK 'I'

of The Bradford I by i-ertlflciiten N.. 299 and :(2H of ""Ar. 92t to 1917 both Inclu.lve'1"unlnl I I A. J. "IIIA8. $80.78.

I""t> ll.ink. a corporation' han 1 1131 and 19.14!t: I vehy, and rep- NOIUH 080 FOR to $11.7H. I'Ie'e "h"'Ilt Court of Said tax certificates together will
tll.cl with me written requent that recent the .lpald r""I."el .* for the T\\ : : : \% '., of NW' of SE'l llradfurd County Florida. all ubneM sd<
WI ARE !i tax' cerilflcaten: together with yearn 19J1 to I ) both SetS Tp. 7 S. containlog '1-21-7141-4. faxes will be nold tn the big) -
'nil : l ennle> Illll -.. I
> :
HII,I.sequent, U1. < '" : : :
*d or levied anifiiintlnK to $ Inelu.lv"1 NOTICE :1 20 Acre, ; bidder at the (Cottrthoune dooi
pnESCCPIO | lned taxe held liy the State b. adver- ALSO: Lot I. 3, 5. 7 Fi.nter Shi Smith 11 HKIIBHY: tlS.. That I' The taxes to 'nrI:1.evidenced >OlltI.i or "PPI.I' vno-v FOR I Starke on the 4th day of Februwi' >
and Cer-
S. : ENI'ERTSCARPENTER'S i for canh noltl t. the highest bltltler OriKltmi. Town of Starke NEV. of I '-, No B-M. : I hv .certificate .a. 431 of T' : :n 19.18: nt 1 100: o'clock A M.
i ; an pruvldnd by Committee ) ;Ihr.T7' day 1931 and 19.11: reiqn'ctvely! and r.I .- itseaqip Illlln.. I'atedthI. the 16th day of .i I '
: ,
| -M-hnlltute for Houne:: Hill:; ,,01 August A. M 19.1-t. n.., .! u_ in.1t .
the 117 Acl 3911( of Tile,; tnxen Io' he sold ;evidenced II my office, and bun I>,;.. k' ret* -'H ",. llllHtl| (H"eit lor .lit* I i NOTlrF! IS HKItKnr Ol VK.V. That inry, I; ,,..
I of Iho LegIslature, hy certificate No 450 .d.p' | years 1930: tn 1937, both, I holder. (OFFICIAI.( SEAL)
I "|inn I tin I follonlngdencrlbed I and 8H.I of lion for a tax deed tn I Incu.lvl. F""l.r Ill Smith .if Tnx Cer- ,
; I real amounting to $13.61. A. .1.
I 1930: nnd I Hi.14: and ; i 'f'e.nl"| biT. isetirti the 7th TF10MAS.
rep $
oitlc' day
TiE REXAIA. STORE { State estate of In Florida t III. County of Bradford, enetit the r..lv.ly.taxe. for the the.h.r..n.following flencrlbetl.erllrt..t. .mhrae.In.i'' Said tax certificate together with 'i, 01 AiiKimr, A. U. 1113, han filed name Clvrlc of Circuit Court f

ItW', of Sc,.. SS to-wl. : H'J'.t' I veiii-H l to 1937.: both Inel..lv. the County of property State of all HUbneMiient, omitted or Levied my office and nan made applica Bradford County, Florida
'iMittilnlnu' ( 4(1( Acren, S. I 21 E, im.Minting,( ,, : to $11466.ALSO I Florida to-wlt.: Ira.rord. taxeH \11 h* .ohl tn the hllh. t tion for a tflx d..1 tn he I issued 1-21-31-2-4.

CABINET | :KVldenceil: : I I hv mure less, : Lot I, 3 & Frnc'l T.nt. A jutiiter of Soiithen- 1.1.I.r the Courthouaa In ",,,'eon. Said certificate embraoen
W'ORK and I I certlfli'HteH Niin. ItO H. ex W 50 ft of Blk Original\ fn"Ih.n.t ? Section 23 Nlark. on the Ilth' tiny of "'.bru- I the followingdeBcrlbed property In SOi'54H or nti.n or TAX
I Ml I u.r''r .
and 3 -
FURNITURE! REPAIRINGIIIMIOIXTERIN'O -- 11 "I t>-nent the 1934 renpeillveIv Town of I"rk. II NE' of UWVi 7 N.Ih. FEant-re' II Kant, contain, ary, 1938, at 1100: o'clock A. M. b" County nf riradford. State of 4 fii'ririTi*:->i
fir unpaid I men SIM*. 211 Tp. d S. 23 E, Acren, lulled till the 22nd day of ..Ianunrv. Florida to-wit: NOTICE l4 HIOItKHV liVEN Ihut
11. year' : to 1137.: both. In- IIJ more or lenn. O. L.
IlaO 1938.jl'S'Lt'IAI.. Sapp has
illl' 'rh. taxwn be .old are assessment of I thw final half of Quarter' filed with t
sill orlh.n.t
..I..d -
"'"IIIK to $11473.: N"' proprtv ( written
bv SEAL) requent that
(if NW' certlfli'uteH Non 463 and "' under saId of Houtheaxt Quarter of Section the tax
EDDIE HARTMAN Uxcepl: I! % of Nl-'i of 1930 mid 1914 31 I. certlfIcnte Inued 1.- A. J. THOMAS. 15 tlflcate together with all mil -'
7 l
I NW',, Se. S3TII. 8 S. IS 21 13. r..lv.ly. rep Was In name of Unknown. Towl.hll Hoiilh. Itlintte Jt
I cuntullllnx "renellt the for the Unless said ( clerk of circuit C mrt of 20 Acres luent omitted or levied taxes In Id
no At-ren, hnll be JI.t. ,
redeemed .n"talnlnl more
(more or lena-: cvi'i'nc'l I -tr" 1129 tn both c"'ltl'RI. I Bradford County Florida. by the stat be advertised and -ld>
: 1'IIONK 53 .
Inelu.lve. a I.
11,17. I the
I by I N,.. prop .
c..llt.'e 5:15: of 121.3t.2.11.OT. to the highest
amounting t The bidder Mprovided
''111.:t anil i Ihe ; .4 7. erty descrIbed th..I" will be Bold : ...m.nl of the said prop for canh
> unpaid AI/-0' H NEW in I Ihe hIghest erty under the mild by Houne Bill 39B of tile
t..H for 'the yearn 1933 tin 1937 ..f :': : : "S't} hldc'.r at the court (-.: OF c.rtrl.at. l 1.> 1937 a'ts of
it Inclunive. SKit N'a of ', o? tonne( dii.r on the first Monday In I !\I. : OF TAX Biied wan In the name the Leg-lalure| UI"I
amiMinllng to In.7: I'J'1 of 31 Tp., S. H. 23 R., the CKHTIFU'rf.t: I'nloxM Bald he followlnix I ,ies'rI tel real 1 i>*-'ii-' i
t lllk I I of Hampton' Bench ." ..u. I mont of Mnrch. I "*, which la ...t t'nl. shall bere In
Stern's Garage I "iv ie-tfli-ate| | 1 134 of 1929; IllS.2 .of ..IHI"I"I II Acre, mon or !less. the of March 193$. .1. NOTI'F: HEKEBV lIVEN that d..m.o Rc.ordlnA the prop Florida the County of Bradford, State "f

I"I'ii"((lilt' I Ileach evidenced, II" to b.nold are evidenced Hated thin tMh! tiny of January T"'pl. Administrator of FN-: erty d".rlh.d th.r.ln will be tn-si-it:
ZENITH RADIOS I I No 133 of lOiS: Blk hy certlfhale I I bv curtlflcaten NOB. ISO and, 42H of 193 H. lat 01 H Frown haN filed with to highest h.ld.r nt the court.old. S'v of SE''., Sep. 27 Tp. SSI Ii

,, inmii.n! i evidenced 3 of 1933: and 19J4, respectIvely, and rep'raeiIt (I..IIAI. 1191 sf.) (, ," the tax ., hoiine door on Monday In 21 E, containIng Acre, mon
OOODRICI TIRES-TUBES I."f"'I. 1..1. of I9J'*, by .. : the unpaid taxes for the J. THOMAS Ut.t., toicether with all nnhne- I the month, of March. 1914, which la or len*.

Highest txjwent Illllnpton:( I e\.Idenred by Blk 4 of "<*arn I'l.ll: 11.17, both Inclusive, Clerk of I Court nf 'Iu.nt omlt,-, or levied taxes held th. 7th. flay of Miirrh. 193S. The tnxe to be Hold are evlilen. "
N 1"'h: nt 192'! Blk lertlfliille ....ntna to $J3.61. Fimdford (C.lnty.Ir"ul "I I.. be advertlned and sold I.e thin 19th day of January, by certificate No*. X-t of 1115 PCHpecllvely --
; of 'lul'lda
EASY PAYMENTS Hampton I. A.1.10: NIC', of HP.i., Except I 1-21-51-2-18. hIghest bidder for cash a. 1938. und represent taxen i I. '
tificate, l.a.1|:! .vl.en... by cer At-. SK Ci.lof Sec. |I4 Tp provided by Houne Bill 39ft of the (OFFICIAL. SEAL) the yenrn 1914: to 19.17, both In. I I.
( t
r; Hampton, ( :. evidenced: Itlk 6 of 14. F. 22 ":. containing 3 Acre, %O'l'it."FpPr* ; teal act of the Legislature, upon A. J. TllnrAS.! Hive amounting: to $12 18.
J n.1 hy cer or less 1F the followingclencrlbed ALSO* '
real c'om(
N. of 1929k : ..tat. 'lerk Court nf at SE cr of SK1.
If..t., \'I 7 of The taxes to be nold are evidenced In the County of Bradford, State of Ilr11 of SKt-i $ee. 21 A linn W 1".
F. C. .n evidenced <*enj. Rill Arndt"r. County Florida.
Hollingsworth I tificate ( 1..h. of 1921: Elk hy 8 cer of '.v eltlff.-iiten' NIIH 442 of 1914: and NOTICE IS .hIEitEBYallVi.N fl liEl: ) That Florida':! ..to.I:. 1-21-S-2-1. ft. Thence N. 242 ft to a pi '
the unpaid taxen' for tulsa -, ii
I IKmpM.n I I lleni-h Idenceri r"II'.N.nl the FoBter Shi holder Htump Addi
No by c.rtr- venrn 1113 1117. both inclusive, Imlth. of Tax ( .r. tim to starke In S1.'. of SI*;', S 4ft ft K 260 ft to of !it' ,,
1..1. 141 1939: Blk MflcHtiNo.. I Inntled >OTI< M or "" (. pt
7th .1) or
I day of '
Hog And amounting to th. NI-4: of T\X 4
$59 06. Sec
; 29 Acre
Hominy In ,
I lllmpri.n I Hnnt'li evidenced I of Tp. 6 S. SKV nf SKI'' Ito
by ref.I August A. I>. 193.1, ha filed name 22 I. < mi: ririr STile
tificate I ,,. 11 : NWI', of NWV Sec 7 Tp. 7 Tp. H S U. 22 l E. '
I Ill i.f |1029 In office ? 1 containing-
: my ha HKUKHY
I \ 10 I made
: 'Inmntnn; I lle.ich evidenced by > It 22 i I.J.: containing- 40 Acre, tion for a tax deed. applica The ta"e. to ha .01. are evidenced "OTH'F >. OIVRV that Acres, more or len.

FARMS I .No. HI of 1139. Blk cerI I more or I.... hereon. Said tn be issued hy !'ertifit'ates! N. 11 and 12.11. "t rilrd with ITIUXlFfJLI.OW baa Tho tnxeH to be sold are evkb ''

V Ilnc'.I." Bench evidenced: by 11 of I The I"x. to b. nold are .vll.nc." th. c.rlt.at. .lbrac. 1133 and 1933 re.p.ctv.ly. and rep- the tax .certificate m. '1'1, I that I by certificate No. 474 caid 11933 -' > '
cer- In '
: by tolo.lnl ... property resent tttxeit together with I
S. lit of 1 I139-! : Blk of entrh.al.. N.. 62.1 an. 410 Bradford y.a. 1931: totill' all nubneqiient omitted and 193.1 renpectively. anil > .'
: ui.1-1 : of :
both or I
1 1I.t.
t'ninnti.n I.vl. resent the *
1"'h evidenced cer- 11'3 r""p'lv.ly. rep- Florida, to-wlt: amounting to taxea held I bv the State unpaid taxes foi "
lenr I .4 he
I No of IS39 .. ta".* for the $ tlHed adver-l I year 11.1l to H37. both Inch, -
Elk and
tt..o. : 13 of year 1931 to I I-.I.UI nwenc fjuarter or soutneaat Said tax old to the highest bidder''
I417. both certificate
: Denmark I I 1.wh p'I".n.d by .. 'nh.,"'.' lag to $48 37. Inclunlve QUlrt.r of Section 98 Townnhlp all subsequent together with for cash provided by House Illll amounting tn $77.39.
No. omitted or Levied Said tax certificate .> '
7 396
1"'I.t"n 11 .t : Blk of Month. Rang21 East, : of the 19.17: tog-elhei
ALSO a. of
: NE of SWU of Sec SI I con'Rlnlnl taxes will b* sold to the hlvhent the Lejclnlature. all subsequent leo I
omitted > >
Furniture Co. No 1..h .vl".nc.d: Blk by 16 cer-of Tp. 7 8. H. '2 E.. containing; 40 I 40 Acr.*of, more the or It***. bidder at the Courthoime door In real.estate upon the In fnlnwln.described taxes will h* old to the or big*
S I Hampton A..H. ".r. or ten. a..u.m.nt prop- Stark on the 4th day of of Brad bidder "
We Are evidenced 'rty February. ford at the Courthouse dot
l"a. t state
Recel8ing New certlflcnte The said certificate Inued of Florida
hI taxes to InslI 193*, at to-wlt
are o'clock :
N. of 1929 evidenced 1 1t'al".N A. M. Starke on the 4th '-
: 16 of > was In the 1'00 set NE" day of Fel>'
Stock Every Day. Sure to '| I Hampton, Hem.h "y certlflcatf 654 and 413 of name of Unknown. Onl.d the Uth of NE"' 1938, at
:0. yil of Jan- N)4/4 sec.U 11:01): o'clock M.
B said day I&T'l A.
.vld.n.d rertlflcate 32 and nhnll lie ) ia
hI tEll releemed liar 1 R n.
.erltcal. )
; X.i and
&f"r You 111 lt 192-1: 17 of "I..lv.ly. r.p. 138.U""FICIAL ; Dated thIs the 16th day of 'iii'usry
S I Bay. I""t, ,n Hem h evidenced .scent the .* for the erty ..."r.nc the prop. ( SEAL> 'nnt.lnln. ( Acr."' more 1938.OFFICIAL.
I .. hI I'er- .ar 11.11: to n ... Ih.r.i. will be old
Irh''I v itt ,,f |,2., 18 -. : both Inclii.lve.monntlnir to the highest at the A. J. THOMAS, The tax. ( SEAL)
I n Heiuh "I to iAIJ41M court Clerk of circuit .Mold ar* I
IIII.t' ."Id."cd c.r- SE, II. ..I." door on the first Monday In Court of by "..rtl'lcate. No.. 310 .vl.l.n..d A. J. THOMAS,
) NKU Sec S
I 21 Tp 7 month of March. 1938, which I I. -......- Bradford. County Florida. of 1937 and U31 1343.nd'I Clerk of Circuit Coun! '

r"presunt taxe r.\v.ly. Bradford County, Florid il813t24.
).UI 192' .

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IITAFFj DAY 8th Grade Arithmetic feet 2 inches.: Johnson, Madge-Hampton. BOOKS NEEDED.BY GIRLS DEFEAT 1
1st-B. H. S.-Carrie Belle Ben- Hayes, Clifton---Brooker, 4 feet, Cooper GloriaBradford..
,I FRANCES PiJEK nett, 31. Spelling 'r

'; : &S lTAN1' .nl1'OR-IN-CHIEJ' Brooker-Douglas Hazen, Jones, Odell Bradford, 3 feet, Geiger, Bradley Bradford! -- (
I1 I" UAJtRlloJ'r BENSON Wins Majority 31. 11 inches. Johnson, Madge-Hampton. Patrons Urged: To Donate J..of'al Boy D..reut.od '.

SOCIETY EDITOR Of Athletic 2nd-Rising-Doris Dyal, 30 Pull upsAdkins- Thomas, Myrtle-Graham. Much Needed'! With 1.Seore

([HARRIET (DOT) BISHOP Contest 2nd-Hampton--Claudia Brown, Ullyses--Vanderbilt, 18. Strickland, Cora Lee-Graham.Arithmetic Volumes

SPORTS EDITOR 30. Cowart, William-Bradford. 17. The Tornadoes clashed with 4

:BIII PLUMMEK The schools of Bradford County 3rd-Lawtey-Ovid Futch, 29. Thomas, Leslie--Brooker, 15. Taylor, Frances--Hampton. The high school Is In need of the Melrose last Friday night and the "

LITERARY EDITOR passed in review on the field of Boy --Group III Crawford. Stanley-Lawtey. following books. If any of the patrons girls succeeded In bringing home
8ih Grade Reading;
ELLA MAE MANNING honor at the high school on Fri Is-B. H. S.-Carrie Belle Ben 100-yard Dash- Yarbrough, Mary AliceBradford. or friends of the school have a victory of 24-18. ,i

JOKE EDITOR day, January 21, 1938. nett, 24. Harrell M. D.- Brooker. copies, donations will be gratefully \ The lineup for the Girls was:

EDNAPBARCB The transportation and building 1st-Lawtey-Marjorle Thompson Shaw. Lewfe--Brooker. Howard, Roy--Brooker. received, Phillips, Crosby, and Mott as for- l'

SPEC IAI_ REPORTER materials were expediated by the 24.2ndB. Pringle, J. C.-Lawtey. Reading "Just Horses"- Dombrowskl. wards. The guards were Collins,
MIRIAM GUY splendid cooperation of Mr. R. F. H. Geraldlne Sil- Diamond Ball throw- Jordon, Bernard-Bradford. "Birds of Amerlca"Audubonfor Brown, and Hall.

Clark. Harrell. M. D.-Brooker, 187 ft. Brown, Emory-Hampton. ( any other bird books).
23. The high scores were Elizabeth
EDITORIALSPROCRASTINATION The high school principal had a cox Durham Claud 168 Futch, Mack-Bradford. Books by Dltmars. I
Hampton, "
3rd-Hampton-Claudia Brown, Phillips with 12 ooints and Orlne
public address system on the feet. Rosier dance Lawtey. "A Horseman of the Plains"
with 8 i
18 points.
grounds and gave the results and Shaw, Lewis-Brooker, 159 feet. Spelling Alt sheler.
directed the program. Short 8th Grade Spelling Broad Brown, EmoryHampton.Parker Books by Dixon. Dowling substituted for Hall in
until1 tomorrow Jump-
'Don't off Running
put B. H. S.-Mae Parker, 37.
1st- the last The line up
quarter boys
what can do today." Putting talks were made by Mr. W. P. Harrell M. D.-Brooker, 18 feet. Roy- Hampton. Books by Zane Grey.
you Carrie Belle Ben-
2ndB. H. S.- was: Wynn, B. Long, G. Long. To-
Smith the Bradford Edwards Marie-Brooker.
] probably one of the worst representing Shaw, Lewis-Brooker, 16 feet, "Return of the Native -Hardy.
iofflla nett, 36. rode, and Hazen. The boys suc-
of of to- County Board of Public Instruc- 4'ii Inches Crumpler, Carl-Bradford. Books by London.
faults the people
day; It Is so easy when we have tion, and Mr. A. J. Griffis, Super- 2nd-Lawtey-Marjorle Thompson Griffls Billy-Bradford, 14 feet, Kelly, Mary Alene--Brooker. 'Books by Stevenson. ceeded In keeping a close score in
36.3rdLawteyOvld. the first half, but had the hard
Arithmetic ;
' intendent of Schools, and visiting Books by White.
"something to do to say "Oh, I'll 9i inch.
Futch 34.
alumni. Bobble Bradford. luck on their shooting in the last .y
Biggi "The
and when tomorrow Jump- Virginian"Wister.
do $It tomorrow, Running High
The following Is the results of 8th Grade Grammar I Crews, Audrey-Lawtey. half, final score being 14-17 ;
comes you find you have so 1st-B. H. S.-Carrie Belle Ben I Harrell, M. D.-Brooker, 4 feet,
the Junior High Academic work: Hayer, Stella Mae-Brooker. Grlffls substituted for Hazes J
; much to do that you hardly finish 5 inohes. Society
9th Grade nett, 27. Wasdin Ellen and Torode.
EngliMh Comp. Mary -Graham. .j
before Instead the of day putting Is over off until to 1st--B. H. S.-Gayle Sewell, 25. 2nd-Lawtey-Ovid Futch, 26 I I Shaw, Lewis-Brooker, 4 feet, 4 Kelly, Eustace-.New River. Zell Collins, of Hampton, spent Last Thursday, January 27, the
I 3rd-B. H. S.-Geraldlne Silcox, inches. I the week-end with Elizabeth Phil-
1st-Hampton Marie Taylor Readlng-
,morrow, lets try to do It today. girls Alachua: 1317. The
25. I Gri/fis 4 feet,
2$. Sewell, Bradford.
Everything will work out so much lips.Wilier boys were nosed out to a 17 to 8
Best Ail-Around 8th Grade 1 inch. Mae Thornton visit-
Me Cruder, was
smoother and you will find out 2nd-Lawtey-Lois Johns, 24. .I Betty-Hampton. decision. 'i
that won't be dreading tomorrow 2nd--B. H. S.-Ferol Jones 24. Student Pull-ups- I Parker, Billy-Bradford. Ing In Hampton, Sunday. Come to the local basketball
you B. H. S.-Carrie Belle Bennett. I Shaw, Lewis-Brooker, (10) 11. Spelling- Hazel Moore and Lillian Mose-
with all its duties and work. 3rd-Hampton-Jeannette Par- I court on February 10 and see the
Instead will look forward to ker, 19. 8th Grade EnglisH Comp. Sullivan, Hugh-Hampton(5),11( ) Parker, Billy--Bradford. ley spent from Thursday until Bradford-Alachua game.Mammy .
you 1st-B. H. S.Geraldine Sil Harrell, M. D.-Brooker, 10. Yarbrough, Fay-Bradford. Sunday In Plnnt City and Tampa .
each day 3rd-Brooker-Mlerlel Lee Sapp, ---
19. cox, 25. I Girls-Group I Cothorn -Hampton. where they visited the Florida
Editor.. 1stB. H. S.-Carrie Belle Ben 50-yard Dash- Arithmetic Sez:
----. 9th Grade Grammar I Fair.Miriam
nett, 25. Sewell VirginiaBradford.Padgett Guy had as her guest
THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK 18t-B. H. S.-Gayle Sewell, 26. Betty--Bradford.
_l 2nd-Lawtey Effie Crawford, 1st-Lawtey-Ovid Futch, 25.: Virginia-Brooker. English, Joe-Bradford. during the weekend, Frances All's my sympathy to dat Hampton
2nd Hellbronn, Dorothy Nor- Peek. City, and I sho' am glad
11. Hazel
The fellow who is pulling on' 24. Packham -Hampton. Edwards, Eveyln-Lawtey.
', thq'oars hasn't time to rock the'I 3rd--Hampton -- Marie Taylor, man, 23. Diamond Ball Throw- Dixon, Mary-Lawtey.Reading Bob Long was a visitor In Mlrlam's house didn't burn down.
. 2nd-Brooker-Douglas Hazen, Starke Edna mus' hab liked de show
Sunday night.
boat 23. Jackson, Azril-Bradford, 109 ft. -
I 12. The one who is successful Is 9th Grade Spelling 23. Howard, Lily-Brooker, 104 ft. Baker, WilliamBradford.. Doshla Smith had as her guest Sunday. She wents tlat afternoon
Claudia Brown wlb John and seen It agin dat nlto
3rd-Hampton- Saturday, Enza Weaver of the
{the one who is useful. Perfect Score 301stHamptonMadge Padgett Nolla- Lawtey, 100 ft. Griffis, JimmieBradford.Rahme wib Bob.
17. State Farm.
Ii 3. Take time for all things Gay, 23. Basketball Throw- Hazel-Hampton.
..' 7th Grade Arithmetic 50 ft. Hazel Sapp spent the week-end Alls my sympathy to Junior.
J4. Anything worth doing at all 2nd-B. H. S.-Gayle Sewell, 22. Howard, Lily-Brooker, Spelling
\:Ie worth doing well. 3rd-Hampton -Marie Taylor 1st-B. H. S.-Alvertlne John- Melvin, Lucile-Brooker, 43 ft. Gaffney, Doris Mae.-Bradford. with Betty Phillips, of Lawtey. Him made a bet on de basketball

.'5. Let us be done with fault 20. son, 32. Morgan, Roshey Lnwtey, 42 ft., Patray, Billy-Bradford. Sadie Prince spent Saturday In game and lost so him had to chop

finding and leave off self-seeking. Oth Grade Algebra 2nd-Lawtey Edna Edwards, 6 Inches. Edwards, Edna-Lnwtey.Arithmetic Lake City with friends wood Saturday. His hands am
.t 31. Brood Doris Sapp spent the weekendat full ob blisters, po' boy.
.Y ------ Perfect Score 115 Standing Jump -

The world's largest buyer of 1st--Hampton Marie Taylor, 3rd-B. H. S.-Billy Patray, 30. Ward, Ruby-Brooker, 6 ft, Johnson, Alvertlne--Bradford. Brooker. Congrats to Hazel and Lillian. :
7th Grade Rending ----+- Dey hab de time ob dere life dls
Is England. Normal ar 72. O'* inches Edwards, Edna-Lawtey.

I 1".1. of wheat during a season 2nd-Lawtey-Lois Johns39.3rdBrookerAgnes 1st-B. H. S.-William Baker, Sewell, Virginia-Bradford, 6 I Patray, Billy-Bradford. Assembly FridayBy week-end attending de Florida

5,000,000 tons. Rimes, 38. 24. feet, 7'4 Inches Reading- Seventh Grade Fair In Tampa. Dey hab so many
2nd-B. H. S.-Jlmmle GriffiS Packham Hazel--Hampton, 6 Bennett, Carrie Belle-Brad- souvenirs from dat fair dat dey

23. i, feet, 7',4 Inches. ford.Thompson. hardly hab room to sit down at .'

3rd-Hampton-Hazel Rahme, Sack RacePadgett-- I Lawtey. Mrs. Demorest's, room gave a home. And dey met Colin English

20. I VirginiaBrooker.. Silcox, Gl'raldlne-Bradford. very entertaining program last while down dere too

I. For Expert RepairingSmIth's 7th Grade Spelling Packham, HazelHampton.. Brown, Claudia-Hampton. Friday. The program was opened Mammy wishes to tell you all

1st-B. H. S.-Doris Mae Gaff- Adkinson, Joyce -Brooker. !' Spl'lIIng with a chorus from the 7th Grade, she likes de way Grace and Dorothy -

ney, 33.2ndB.. Girls-Group II Parker, Mae- Bradford singing "Shine Little Glow Worm," am a wearing dere hair. Dey

H. S--Billy Putray 31. 75-yard Dash-- I Bennett, Carrie, Belle-Brad. which was enjoyed by all. Then sho' look swellagant.

3rd Edna Edwards, a play, "Patty Patens' RummageSale"
-Lawtey- Hilliard, InezWoodlawn. ford.Thomp"on.
[ Garage I De President's Ball was!! sho' a
27. was given. The characters
Prevatt, Juanltn Lawtey.Taylor Marjorle Lawtey. success An' Mammy seed gobsof
New Records were: patty- Nina Bishop; her
Ollle--Lawtey. I Futch, Ovid--Lawtey. couples dere. She seen Enza
Group II.-Boys Running Broad Diamond Ball Throw- Arithmetic girl friends- Sarah Barefoot, Lois
Phone 120 and Ed., Edith and Junior, Dot
: jump: Old Record, Lewis Shaw, Anders Melbn--Bradford, 107 Bennett, Carrie Belle-Brad* Newsome, Patsy Keene; the boys and John, Doshla and Artford,

:' I J ',Brooker, 15 feet, 7',4\ Inches. New feet.Gainey ford. were-Comer Perryman, Jimmie Harriet and BUI, and! gobs ob
Wrecker Service Day Night Vanderbilt Eva Fay-Brooker, 106 Hazen Griffis; her mother-Thelma Manning -
; or Record, Ullysses Adkins, Douglas Brooker. others but Mammy's memory akVtus
her sinter
-Gloria Buford.
15 feet, 10Vi! Inches feel.Taylor Brown, Claudia-Hampton. ; good as It used to be so she
Group III-Boys Running Broad Ollie.Lawtey 104 feet. Dyal, Doris-Rising. The girls decided tij have a rum couldn't member you all. She

I jump: Old Record Kenneth Turner Basketball Throw- Futch, Ovid-Lawtey. mage sale to raise money for the did see Miriam and Fran on de

[SEE: : THE ROBERTSHJiW : Bradford. 16 feet, 2 Inches. Anders, Melba -Bradford 63 ft. Best All Around- poor. So each girl went home and outside watching de dancers, but

I New Record, M. D Harrell, Brooker Geiger Elsie Bell-Hampton, 55 Carrie Belle BennettBradford. brought back some of her moth- dey was too tired to go to a dunce.
ers bent dresses, sterling silver,
18 feet.Group feet.Taylor English Dey had bin working all afternoon
Ollie Lawtey, 55 feet. Sewell and best linens to sell.
II Girls Basketball Gayle--Bradford. put tin' de furniture back In Miri
THAT Throw: Old Record Evelyn Prevail Potato Race- Tuylor, Marie-Hampton. When they went home for lunch am's house. It were taken out

Lawtey, 56 feet, 4 Inches. Eunice, Essie May--Lawtey. Jones, Ferrol-Bradford. some mischievous boys took the when de people thinks her house
I clothes und silver and hid themto
New Record: Melba Anders, Brad- Starling, Thelma-Brooker. Johns Lois-Lawtey. am goin' to burn down.
ford, 63 feet. Knight, Mildred-Hellbronn. Sapp, Muriel Lee-Brooker. score the girls.
The girls came back and when Does you all want some exercise
Total points won by one contestant Relay Parker, Jeanette-Hampton.
: Tommy Reynolds, Mary Mott, Doris; Starling, Thelma; Grammar- they found their things gone they ? Well-jest go out to de sinkhole

I Lourlne StockwellBradford40each Galoey, Eva Fay; Crosby, Sewell, Gayle-Bradford. began to cry andregretted taking near Brooker City and walk
Louise-Brooker. Crawford (the things from the house even for round It and Mammy guaranteesdat
; M. D. Harrell-Brooker-42. Erfle-Lawtey.
Peele. Prevail, Juanita the good cause of charity. you sho' will git exercise, clay
Every school in Bradford coun- Opal; ; Taylor, Marie--Hampton.
Then the boys brought the all ober you; and get so scaredthlnkln'
Ollie Eunice Essie
ty participated and each school Taylor, ; Spelling-
am a goin' to fall In
-TO THE HEROINE won one or more events. For the Mae-Lawtey. Gay, MadgeHampton.Sewell .
of them done and said, dut you' kinky hair will straight
first time also, a school took all Girls-Group III Gayle-Bradford
i i when she bakes and roasts in first places In one group, Brad 75-yard Dash- it J. Taylor, Marie--Hampton.Algebra I-Is for Intelligence beneath en. Mammy thinks she will'opena
their shell of wit, straighten hair business out
\ the thrilling talking picture ford In Boys Group I; Brooker In Waters, ClarUo-Brooker. I O-because they organize and dere.
Silcox RubyBradford.Eunice
III. .
Boys Group Taylor, Marie Hampton.
I work up bit by bit. Well again Mammy wishes to
ATIiLETIC Essie Mae-Lawtey. Johns, Lois-Lawtey. R-Is for reality-.they're real fel- say a most pleasant goodbye and

THE BetiDE Bays-Group I Diamond Ball Throw- Rivers, Agnes-Brooker. lows through and through I'll see you all nex' week-end andI
60-yard dash- Prevatt, Evalyn-Lawtey, 109 Spelling Match, 5th and 6thPhlllls >.
They'll work and win and fight do mean you
Jones, EverettBradford.Allen feet.Waters HazenBrooker.Blauch their way- -our Seniorsdie all.Jes' Mammy.
WAKES UP Clarloa Brooker 109
Ernest-Bradford. ,
McCullough---New River. or do, ..
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Flees, Leslie-Lawtey. feet.Hersf'Y Spelling Match, 7th and 8th- And to their precious memory things buck and the girls decidedto

( 4 This exciting: cooking c&ael film will web Diamond ball throw feet.Basketball, .Beatrice-Hampton, 104 I Carrie Belle Bennett-Brad- we each outstretch a take the things home and not
+ Mann-Bradford, 185 I ford.
hand, sell them.
} you up to the Importance oi Bobmtshaw om- Dlat.-
a feet.Melvin Mae Parker-Bradford. OUR SENIORS-strong lend firm, The play was quite clever nod
b.at oontrol.Watch bow H ...
ragulatM ovm 66 ft
Prevatt, Evelyn-Lawtey, I .
Cecil Brooker, 172 Everette Parker-Brooker.
and yes, the best throughout well acted: and was enjoyed very
when the heroin doM br
baking 60
.. perotur Hersey Beatrice Hampton,
feet, 6 Inches. Harold Hill-Hampton.Recitation the land. much by the assembly.1''i .
' wbolm Watch It.
: reading cooking. Johns, Azure-Woodlawn, 135 feet. -
'.thW Ie be tob.rubaw onQo THERMAL EYE signal when bw CI90D la pr. feet.Stancllng Jones, Farol- ,Bradford, 60 ft. Betty Jean AdkinsHampton.Roberta .
, >. control web tb.Th. mal
; ut heated and <- adr_ for u... Broad jump- Basketball (Ace.J- Whltfleld Starke. \
\ 4By.! which you irlll M. on --
. :' Mann-Bradford 7 feet, Johns, Lois-Lawtey. R. W.
"UM blid* ianq Goodge, Mosely-Lawtey.Declamation .
Standard America'. Finest
Equipment an Rang*
.'f 2 inches. Hersey, Beatrice: -Hampton. -

':"1, Collier, John-Lawtey, 6 feet, Waters, Clarisa-Brooker. Clarissa WatersBrooker..
",V,',J*""U bf ti. BOBERTSHAW THERMOSTAT COMPANY. Y............... Pa. 11V6 Inches. (All 8 out of 201) Claudia Brown-Hampton.)

Saxon, W. A.-Bradford, 6 feet, Relay- --.
11 inches Silcox, Ruby; Jones, Ferol; I EleNA I'F.\I'F.

Running Broad Jump Graves, Mary; Crews, Iris- E-Is for to '
e Eager help those who
TAB I LI T Y Saxon, W. A.-Bradford, 12 Bradford are down,
feet Inches. Cassels, Doris; Mann, Doris; D Is
109! for Dearest to those all
-. Waters, Clarl a; Polk, Lo-
-- Jones, Everett-Bradford, 12 around;
i feet, 10(i inches. rena--Brooker. N-Is for Nearest to many a

Pleas Leslie-Lawtey, 12 feet, Reading- heart,
=- 10/i Inches. SIbley, Ruth Hampton. A--Is for Ability to do her

FACE THE FUTURE Sack race- Atkinson, Ilenn-Brooker. part. "" .d-.
Noegel, Gene-Bradford. Hall, Carlie Mae-Hampton.

Denmark, Floyd-Woodlawn.Pless Reading P-Is for Punctuality In every
,WITH CONFIDENCE Leslie-Lawtey. Smith, Billy; Cox, Elizabeth- class,

Boys-Group II Bradford. E-Is for the Efficiency of this
Prevatt Carolyn) -Lawtey. a
The GULF LIFE 100-yard DashThomas lass; .
,. it agent near Griner Jeanette-Brooker,
Leslie Brooker. A Is for
Affection that's In her

you-.*!< fib Miitsnc In preparing a Adkins, Ullyses-Vanderbilt. Starling, Aleaoe-Lawtey. soul

Cowart, FloydWoodlawn.Diamond Crosby, Marilyn-Brooker. R-Is for Righteousness that will

program that will $wrt YOUR financial ball throw- Spelling- take a hold; them ;in The Bride Wakes Up." And try

Truesdale, Willis-Bradford, 190 Smith, Bll1y-Bradford C-Is for Correct she will alwaysbe SEE
)!*Pcndcnc.. :T.P ;I "feet.Eunice Starling, AleaneLawtey.Cox F%i on your own table baked or broiled or

'wrt, ..J J. S.-Lawtey, 171 feet. Ellzabetb.o-Bradtord, E-Is for Everything she means to fried. Read how to cook them in the new recipe

b Howard, Alvin-Brooker, 165: Reading- you and me

feet.Running Brown. MarionBradford.. -- --- .- leaflet, Banana Specialties." It also gives you

: Broad jump King, Martha-Bradtord. I II To the SeniorsS iki other attractive ways to use bananas main dishes,
Crosby, Annis--Brooker.
Adklas: Ullysf! -.VanderbUt. 15 I II
feet, 10'/i inches. I I Crosby, Nell -New River. Is for the single aim each member salads and desserts. Your copy is free-ask for it
Thomas, Lelllle--Brooker. 14 Spelling- I holds in mind "
Of and at the showing of "The Bride Wakes Up.
feet, 8!% Inches. i' King, Bradford.. making good never

Howard, Alvln..-Brooker, 13 Smith, W -Lawtey.. letting duty trail behind,
R. E. Jeffcoat Assistant ManagerP. feet 11 Inches. Gytba- -Hampton. : E- -Is for the eagerness they face
the world ahead N t
Running High Jump-- I
O. BOX 225, LAKE CITY, FLA. Adkins, Ullyses- Vanderbilt, 4 I I Geiger, Bradley-Bradford. X-Is for their niceness In what'

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tens Mrs. G. W. Brown The St
U. D. C. Chapter and .
fenditnt the relief
Valentine Idea w... cleverly carried I II the name of the cake is "Sim- being; Divorce, that the pi.i : Entertained At LawteyThe out in the napkins and In the 'FAVORITE I plicity Cake." a roHldont of a State '1,1, ,
unknown to the plaintiff/ ," 'I\ ,
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: home of Dr. and Mrs. mints served on each plate. RECIPES 4 eggs them Ialno!| ; p rnon I In the "'
Florida, service of : :
ocietyj George W. Brown in Lawtey, was The chapter had an a visitor, I 2 cups sugar whom would pemonalh pnrHunulupon I?>
the place of meeting of the W. T: Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald, of the Tam- I I 2 cups flour the weld defendantIT I
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; Weeks Chapter. U. D. C., on Wednesday pa Chapter, U. D. C. Besides the 4 teaspoons baking powder femlant M:, J OHUKHKI. IV'Whlttjr(, : that. apt'Un 1 i',"

( afternoon, and the hostesses hostesses the members presentwere COCONUT AND PINEAPPLEFIB 1 cup milk the bill of complaint on the .'n h'I I, I ,'
--- for this delightful affair : Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. 2/3 cup butter of oJ)9 will otharwtsR" ? ':

Woman's Club To Have Short Course Offered I were Mrs. Brown Mrs. L. H. Hill, Ethel M. Biggs, Mr. H. B Mc Mrs. V. B. Harrell has a recipefor 1 teaspoon butter him for hlH. t"lhll'be entered to nppraithin "n, ,

Women's Organizations Mrs. Effie Miner, Mrs. Annie E Lendon, Mrs. L. A' Rennolda, Mrs. a coconut and pineapple pie Beat eggs until light; add augur, t 'artier| be I publltihed. om,. ,
Home for four
Program rurmecutlve
American presi- Dinkins and Mrs. Marcus F. O. L. Haynea Misses Amelia anti J that sounds delicious. We know then fold In flour, sifted with bak liradford County 'T'elegraph week. *
P. Carpenter
Afternoon Mrs. Brown. Olive Ray, Mrs. O. L. Beaoley, you will be eager to try It. We ing powder. Bring milk and but paper of geneial elrculittlou. I ,
Wednesday of I the Woman's Club of ll..h ,l In Hiu
dent has been advised of a short Potted plants and yellow jon- Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mrs. Louiebelle have seen many recipes for coco- ter to a boll and pour Into first W1TNEHH" Starke "i iIratI.
', Mrs L. A. Davis chairman ol, for women's organizations quils added to the charm of this Moore, Mrs. A. Z. Adklna, Mrs nut and also for pineapple but mixture. Add vanilla and bakeIn seat. of .Ruld Court thin -ob.>" ,

American Homes, and Mrs. Ed- of course Florida, which will be sponsored hospitable home, while oak logs i W. E. Torode, Mrs. L. A. Davis, this Is the first one that we've a moderate oven. When cool, OFFICIAL SHAD

ward Burns, chairman of Beautification by the General Extension DIvision I burned in the huge fireplace. I Mrs. E. S. Matthews, and Mrs Hal seen for the two combined. Ice the cake with a chocolate A...J. THOMAS.Cl .
interesting Presiding over the meeting was :Hdv/ards.:: 2 Icing. rk of 'Ircult Cent I r
will offer an unusually of the University of Floridaat eggs H'utltord County, "'101 .
program at the regular Gainesville. Sessions! will be the president, Mrs. E. K. Perry- ---- "% cup sugar T. FRANK LANDKUM

meeting: of the Woman's Club next held on February 3, 4 and 5. man; Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs trans- Miss Flume and Miss Smith 1 cup milk No More Tag TimeA 2-4-61-3-4.Attorney for Plaintiff.
Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: Club techniques and procedureswill acted her duties as secretary and 2 tablespoons flour ,
o'clock In the club building. the morning sessions: Mrs. H. B. McLendon attended to Entertain Sub-Debs 1 cup coconut total of 841 passenger car II'
occupy the financial of the meeting. cense plates and 271 truck tags a
part 1
Mrs. Davis has announced that while the afternoon schedule will cup pineapple
,Mrs L. A. Davis presented a U. S. have been sold at the office of Tax REAL
Mrs. H. M Helvenston, of Live be devoted to fields of Interest to Miss Clara Flume and Miss 1 teaspon vanilla I
and a Confederate to the Collector C. A.
Flag Knight, bringing
Oak, state chairman of American women. oshla Smith were joint hostesses Cook in a double boiler until I
Homes, and Mrs Keith Black, of that all chapter and they were saluted by Friday afternoon when thev. entertained -.vt-rv fhlolr.. Cool'! add vAnilla._ __ the. grand_ total to 1,112. Mr. ESTATEIF
Mrs. Carpenter urges the members Mrs. Davis m Knight said that around
present. 2,000
Lake City, sectional chairman, will attend these meetings. I members ith Sub- and place in a baked pie shell. tags
women state chairman of education, talk- are sold over a period of a In Yoj WANT TO
Address the club members on Home attention Is called to the Deb Club. at the home of the for- Top with meringue made from the year
Special ed the of this The time
on subject scholarshipsIn county. for
phase of the home. I fact' there Is no registration fee various colleges. mer. whites of two eggs. Bake until new tags was not extended purchasing BUY, SELL OR RENT

The business meeting will be to be paid by persons attendingthis Tho president read the followIng Narcissi and red and white japonicas meringue Is a golden brown. beyond February 1.JIr SEE us-
presided over by (the president of short course. concerning a Confederate mon- were effectively; used in Mrs. Harrell also sent a recipe
the club, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter.Mrs. decorating the living room, where for a cake that will be pleasing to WILSONREALTY
--- -- ument in New York: "On November : TIFl NAME' OF Till STATE ,
J. H. Benson, chairman of all you busy housewives because UK !
two tables were placed for the FLORIDA:
' Circles Will Meet Monday 17, 1937 the stature erected to
'i, music, will present the musical bingo players.At It appearing by affidavit riled In CO.
the 3,000 Confederate soldiers who that'
certain In
I uauxo. Circuit Court,
Circles of the Woman's Mission-
program.All died in the Elmira military prison the conclusion of the gameit Auxiliary To Meet Uradford County Florida, In <'hut- ..'- .. '.... .
ary Society will meet Monday aft- I eery, entitled Laura Hello Whllt. .. ,,
ladies of the town Invited the War Between the found that Miss '" - "
are 'during was Lillian The Ladies Auxiliary of the ----- -- ,
ernoon, February 7th, at three -- --------- ";
to attend this meeting. o'clock. Circle Number One will States was unveiled at Elmira, I Stump and Misa Edith Rowe had Presbyterian Church will meet I ,.:t.'-t
N. Y. made high and low score retmecIvely. Tuesday night at the home nf MrA_
Hostesses! for the afternoon are: be entertained by Mrs. E. K. Per- -
r Circle Number Two will "The funds to erect this monu- I They received dainty figurines A. E. Sln'b"uy; ;at;: 7:30: o'clock.;; : SPRING DRESSESJUST
Mrs. W. N. North, Mrs H. C. ryman. ,
meet at the home of Judge and ment were bequeathed to the U. as prizes for the game. Election of officers for the ensu- ,
I l II Ritch, Mrs. H. II. Young, Misses j Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, with Mrs. Ad- D. C. by Col. William S. Haven, The two hostesses served hot ing year will be held and all officers -

'. Kitty Hogaed, Beverly Cady, and kIns and Miss Amelia Ray as C. S. A. The sculptor was Mr. F chocolate and individual cakes |to and committee chairmen are

: Dorothy Snpp. hostesses. I Williams Sievers of Richmond Va. the following guests: Misses Marion asked to bring reports on their re-
The figure is bronze and set In and Helen Dowling, Betty spective activities. Miss Lucille .

granite. It represents a prisonerof Green Lillian Stump, Edith Rowe, Mitchell will have charge of the
r war who has arrived at the and Carol White. devotional. :

burial place of his less fortunate gi1 s .
comrades. He bares his head In
reverence as he looks out across Baptist W. HI. U. To Meet
the 3,000 graves. It is not a sub- II
WE ARE BUYING 'I missive prisoner, but shows sorrow -, The \three circles of the Baptist I

with evidence of scorn and Woman's Missionary Union will .
resentment" I hold their regular meetings! Monday

During the social. a hour, "Way afternoon at 3 o'clock. WRUF, 10:45 A. M.

PEELED YELLOW PINE POLES Down Upon the Suwannee River" I Circle number one Mrs. L. G. +

was sung as a chorus, after which Powell, leader will meet with Mrs. r

the hostesses, assisted by Mrs. H. I I A. M. Darby. Circle number two
B. McLendon and Mrs. Louiebelle I will met with Mrs. A O. Andreu
Moore served a tempting chicken with Mrs A. E. McKinney as co- t Y5 -1
salad course with coffee. The I hostess. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee is Mo.cI.y. Joe. 31. W.dn.d.y Feb t. .
(I Frld.y, F.b. 4. W.d..c/.y./ F.b. 9. .;
I used in circle leader. Circle number three 1:
--_ !I. lovely hand-painted Frld.y. F.b 11. A B..U Show )
serving was painted by the hospTFftRJj- I Mrs. L. A. Canova leader, will SpoOloOld by yew, R..II Drrt StoOl. i,
I meet with Mrs. O. W. Alderman --1
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Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Fussell were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young will
Iri'- School Orchestra HAVE YOU READ? New Sewer Line
visiting; In Green Cove Springs leave next week for Ocala, where

Sunday afternoon. they 'will make their home. Mr. Practicing on Wednesdays and R. F. Clark, superintendent of
Saturdays, a high school band Is "MADAM CURIE"
Young Is an engineer for the State
the and
Bits ofLocal plant a crew
being organized at our local institution -
I. Mrs Vf. J. Epperson and Mrs.G. Road Department. Trumpets, trombones, By Eve Curie workers are busy this week lay
A. Anderson spent Thursday In Life of the woman who discovered ing COO> feet of new sewer line
Mi', and Mrs. Dick Milliard, of cornets, saxophones, violins; all
Jacksonville.Mrs. radium"CONVERSATION just north of the park on Church
I / ''I4t1 Nevs? Ocala were week-end guests of are screaming and nqueeklng iwd street. The old tine under thecement
week ambitious students
days a as
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns. .Mrs
. )l6 O. H. Bennett spent the embark on careers to become Dor- AT MIDNIGHT" pavement has been aban-
, :}\ Hllllard, prior to her marriage, doned because It Is
first of the week In Jacksonville stopped up
. AND seys, Vallees, Berlgans, Arm
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS was Mrs. Frances Sweat Guilford I
, .\I with relatives. with sand, Mr. Clark said
' strongs, Kings and Goodmans The By Edna St. Vincent Mlllay
musical direction and Instruction
I Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. A. Something new In poetry.
Miss Mary Canova, of H. Johns spent the week-end In Is under Carl Roberts" of Lake Moves OfficeT.
see, was the week-end Tauahus-I and far of
City so nearly twenty
Pas-a-grille as guests of Mrs. "TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT"By
her mother, Mrs E. E Johns' sister, Mrs. R. E. Mundorn the thirty students wishing to be Ernest Frank Landrum, mayor of
in the band have their Instrumentsand Hemingway Starke, has moved his law office
Mk and Mrs. L,. G. Powell spent Mrs. D. T. Reamer, of Keystone Monday Mrs. Johns and Mrs. Mun-
Mr. and Mrs. Emery Hazen and ore practicing hard. Violin Do you like fishing? Then read from over the pontofflce to the
Wednesday In Jacksonville I Heights, was a business visitor dy attended Caspar Ilia In Tampa.
here Wednesday. Mrs. G. W. Hazen, all of Brooker, I, I classes began this week, and It Is this."SUDDEN rooms across from Dr. J. W.
of expected to have complete band Brownlee In the building at the
and Mrs. T K. McClane were guests Tuesday Mr. and James Richard Wainwright. inspector I
next drums and SILENCE"By southwest corner of Call and Wal-
Mrs. L. O. Hazen. : by year including
weld Irecent visitors in Gainesville Mrs. J. H. Fields and Mrs. Cora for the Stale road department ,I
bass. nut Streets
A. Cortland Fltzslmmons
Carpenter spent last Tuesday In has been transferred from .
Hifs. of Plant Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Marcus F. Brown Dunnellon to Starke. Mr. Wain- I --- ------- A "must" for you mystery" fans --.------ -
Harvey City was
a tr ek-end visitor here I have as their guest, Mrs. Brown's wright will be stationed here for j Kaptisl Jler..it'alI C'ATCIIKH FOKGEKSTALLAHASSEE.

Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Anflreu, John mother, Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald, of several weeks. Beginning February 21 and continuing 1 The above and many other new : T. G. Melvin -

A. H. Hall and Miss Edsa Hagen and Joan Dinklna spent Tampa.Mr. --- --- I through March 4, a fascinating books of all types and agent In charge of the Mil-

[Hatto-1 spent Monday in' Jackson- Saturday afternoon In Gainesville.The -- -- Misses Marjorie Stump, Lois preaching mlsi-lon and revival will 1 tastes will be found at your Pub- wau Federal Bureau of Investigation -
Jvfhei and Mrs. R. W. Mills and Adkins, Katie and Virginia, Fu- be held at the first Baptist Church lic Library in 'the Woman's Club office Informed Sheriff Frank

Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shep- Miss Elizabeth Mills, of Jacksonville gate have returned to the Florida I here, by the pastor the Rev. L. A. I Building. Open dally except Sundays Stoutamlre that Edward Leo Davis -

tae herd were recent visitors In Pa- were guests Sunday of Mr. State College for Women, after Shepphcrd, assisted by Rev. J. C. 1 from 1 until S o'clock p. m. held there, had admitted oral
1> Lois Long, of Jacksonville, lutka and Crescent City. and Mrs. F. F. Flume. spending the week-end here at Sims, pastor of the First Baptist I Get a book or join today.
[Spent;the week-end here with her their homes. ly his participation In a $4,100
respective Church of Pulatka and former -- -+-
!nether,Mrs. F H. Long I forgery fraud here. Davis and a
A E. Wall, Jr., of Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy minister of the Riverside Baptist Repairs were completed recently man. listed as Carl Mehaffey are
'spent the week-end here as the and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gertner, j| Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton Church of Miami Exact time and on the 800-yenr old Helms Cathedral wanted hero for forging the name ,
Mrs. K. G. Duncan and Mrs L. and
guest of Mr. and :Mrs W. L Wall. of Gainesville, spent Sunday In grand-daughter Marjorie SUP, schedule of services will be announced which was almost destroyed of State Senator W. C. Hodges to i!
D in
1tintng Wednesday '
spent Gerald Mlddleton, and Mrs. E. L.
Jackttonvillo. Duytona. Beach. I soon, Mr. ShepphercJ, by 287 German shells fired Into checks and cashing them at two
Matthews spent Sunday in Jack-
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., said. It during the World War. banks.
j were visiting In Gainesville, Thursday sonville, as guests of Mrs. Middle- -
[Miss Dorothy was Mrs. N. T. Green and children ton's I
Sapp visiting night sister, Mrs Mae Jones. 0"
[friends in Gainesville Sunday aft- were guests Saturday of Mrs. Card ThanksWe

orn n. Misses Evelyn and Marjorie Green's mother, Mrs. H C. VVImbtrly Mrs. Tolbert Black and baby wish to express our heArt-
In felt thanks all who rendered
Stump were visiting friends in Highland. have returned to their home In to
//Mr D. A":. Monteith has services und sympathy to us In
accept- Gainesville Sunday afternoon Lake City, after spending a week
e4t t position in the Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Glen Searing of here as guests of Mrs. Black's our bereavement In the death of ASK US.

'school to fill the left ... Jacksonville, were guests Friday our son and brother, John Pre-
Mrs. 1.
vacancy by A. Sauls is visiting Mr. parents, Mr. snd(Mrs. T. N. Ken- .
.[,Mr8: ;$ Jeanette Kincaid, who resigned Sauls and other relatives In Eus- night of Mr. and Mrs N. Stern- krlck. They were accompaniedhome vatt. .

last week. tls this week. berg. by Mr. Black, who spent the Respectively,
", __ Mr and Mrs. J. W. Prevatt
week-end here.
4'' Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wainwright, and family.
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of Jacksonville, were guests Sunday Mrs Willard W. Low of Paris, I .-- About our New Automobile Lia-

of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. An- France who has been the of Change In Filing
4 I Iknewt& dreu. or'. ..ft Mrs. J. H. Lord, left this week to I bility Policy. It saves
Local merchnnrs nave been Informed you money
visit friends In Tryon, N. C., Mrs. by J. Edwin Larson, collector -
Struth spent the week- Low fell In love with Starke and
end in DeLnnd with Mrs. Struth, the people here and told Mrs. Lord of Internal revenue, that and it is protection you cannot afford -
tax returns under Title of
who Is visiting her parents, Mr. that she would like Eight
some day to. the Social Security Act should be to be without.FE .
and Mrs. J. H. Tatum.
return and build small home
j a
filed quarterly Instead of monthly -
Vernon Dales, of Moore Haven, '- I from now on. He Raid the firstquarterly
will the return will be a combined -
spend week-end here as
Birthday Ball tax and Information return and
the of Mr. and
etcpfaI guest Mrs. W. B. '
Mundy. Is Successful Event i will be for the period of January,

I .] February and March. Forms for HAROLD C. WALL, AGENCY
I II Last Friday I hone returns will be mailed to alltltxpuY4"rs. I
Friends of R. H. .
Ii I Tlaon, of the i I All form of tlrix-ndoMo IiiNiiriincfl
State Farm, will regret to learn \V. P. Smith, newly appointed
.ipton grows tea Lipton i .
thnt he Is confined to a Jackson- member of the School Board, won Thebo- -rlln- -

knows tea. From the lofty I villa hospital because of illness. I the spelling! match that was afeature I me was known to I
stone-age Europeans and in ancient ",
i 01 the Birthday Bail for I
of the famous Lipton I Mrs. Bell Pnrke and little son, I!I the President held here last Friday -I: Kgypt. | .
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Billie, of Delaware, were guests i night at the Woman's Club.
Ifeights comes the quality that : last Sunday of her aunt and uncle I He was awarded the first prize of

: ; added flavor true econorny .. I Mr. and Mrs Jeff Johns. i $2.50 cash. W. P. says everyone I WATCH THE CLOCK IT RINGS SATURDAY

; I WitS surprised at his winning the
At all Mrs. C. J. Gay and daughters, I match except hlmself--as he came 'Il
:" to you. grocers. i I Marjorie and Virginia, spent theII l[ to the Bull with that express purpose n.\u.OS TIP I TOP J: I"mcl' IrnUI
I week-end In Gainesville as guests in mind. Miss Rosalind Jacobs -.

.Q I II|I of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. King. a teacher at B. H. S. stood I FLOUR LARD

I up next longest to the winner. ,
I Dowling and Mrs. The party showed a net profit of GROCERY

Uf'lId11 about It In the Roy Roberts' of the State Farm around $30, which will be sent to 1,
were visitors In Gainesville, Mon- the National Committee to aid In I 24 LbSa 70c Lb. 9c

t BRADFORD COUNTY i day. I the fight against Infantile paral ', FRIDAY AND SAT., 1938

TELEGRAPH I ---- ysis. .. .
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; Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Redgrave

I'lun To See I and grand-son, Carl Lamar Johns, I from Bill Jacksonville Roswell and began his orchestra playing I LIIIBk"'S T.1LL We Have Real Fancy Beef on hand CELERY or

F are the fair
attending In Tampa,
1 "The Bride Wakes Up" this week. I at 9:30: o'clock and dancers I MILK Try some Steak or Roast. LETTUCE
thronged the floor from then until -

1:30. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Johns spent I I 3 Cans -
,. 19c'ESUltS
; ;
last week In Gainesville as guestsof I The club auditorium had been I. : c Each 711.ZC8WF.F.T

ji NAT SEZ their son and daughter-in-law, effectively decorated by Mrs. O _
: Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Johns. I A. Knight, Mrs L. G. Powell, NO. 2 C.N STEW BEEF Lb. 1 lOc -

l Mrs. H, B. McLendon, and Mrs. E II ___ ; :
4 Feb. 2nd In ground hour day and L. Matthews. Rod white and CORN 14wE1r
Mrs. E. J. Dowling, Miss Helen SLJ'I'I: UINULESS
... the saying IN that he romp'' out on blue crepe paper was placed overt
+ / that day unit If he dot.Hn't MOP hit Dowling and Miss Loral Bennett all doors and windows, and a large ORANGES
were visiting friends in Breakfast Bacon Lb. 23c
Hampton 3 Can
$ shadow _the winter Ii practically Sunday picture of President Roosevelt oc- I 20c I !

over There may be somethingto afternoon cupied a prominent place. s

that and If he out that stsMrT: NO 3 Dozen 25ciIRANDS
came on
The crowd
though large, was
G. L. Patten, of Tallahassee,
day he certainly didn't gee his. well-behaved and A. B. Williams, 'i
spent the week-end here the f'NF'
HENS Lb. 22c -
t. shadow but there In n chance that guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. Frank :I owner of a hotel Just across from i .
may base gotten hi. dates mixed Landrum. the club said that not a one of .
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{t' or h.* may be like myself, I al- his
guests complained because of I U.\TII TI': UF.It'1J BREAD
\vuyit oversleep on a cloudy day.STERNBERG'S 3Cans 25C
.t Friends of G. W. Alderman will
regret to learn that he Is confinedto '

a hospital In Tallahassee ItIULE (11AKN ____
.. be- a Candidate 3 25c
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; :; ;: cause of Illness. Mallory Thomas, member of the i, RICE 'SFSTIIIN: i.v
I 36-inches Wide Square
I ;
Board of County Commissioners,
Mrs and Mrs. W. B. Alexanderand CHUCK ROAST Lb. 17c _
Dress Prints I has announced t that he will be a
SHEETING Miss Wilma Alexander
were candidate, to guceced himself In 'I 5 Lbs. 17c -- --- --
NOW visiting relatives In Waldo Sun this office. ;':\\sc,. nUOOKnELJ) ; Com Flakes

day. .
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9c yd 20c ydI I TUB BUTTER Lbe 37c
l1rs'Jt"anette" Kincaid left Friday 6c
------ _._.____..___,' I for Tampa, where she will I AM !I GLAD'I I LEARNED Salad Dressing __

_._ i spend several weeks with her ABOUT THE NEW 1937 S'r.yll'F11; F.1NC1'; 1VESTEItx
--------- "- --- --- par- -
I ''ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. : RINSO AT THE MOTION Qt. 20c : : iOt'SFl
Regular 89c Regular 55cnoterROOF -- ---.---- i-PICTURE 1 COOKING SCHOOL STEAK Lb.

Dr. and Mrs. A. O. Mansker and I .. COFFEE
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Work Shirts son, Elvis, of Tampa, were weekend I 1HE BRIDE WAKES Up" I Rlf/NSIN

HOSIERY : guests of Dr. and Mrs\ H. B.

79c NotcL McLendon. I a: CATSUP Longhorn CHEESE, Lb. 23c Lb. 26c

i The W. C. T. U. I .
t meets at the -- ---- -
Battle --
I 1 lOc tRSThaIN;
------ ,--.----.-- home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley cI T11' TOCTENOEII
on Friday afternoon at 3 I -- --- ---
I I o'clock.Mr. I ; BRISKET STEW Lb. 12c
: $2.13 Value $3.30 Value I I ,

and Mrs. W. T. Ellis and -

SHOE Men's ShoesFOR -1 : children have moved to Ocala I LRUNES5cl[ t : Lb. 22c

"IES NOW where they will make their home. I i irSTE KSih19c

I Mr. Ellis is employed with the

$2.19 $2.98 State Road Department. -

I I1 I V.IN.tMP'S) i HOG JOWLS tb. fSc 'II.\IUlim
aeee-e --------- I J. F. Johnson, Mrs. Emma -

.e e, ..e ,e. I Lamoreaux and Mrs. J. B. Dennl- DON'T MISS THE Pk. & BeanstU.t1E; ,- ---- COFFEE

: ;;; -1 i 'son, all of Hampton, were guests I CTT
$3.30 Kid New Spring FREE MOVIE! !
r- Saturday of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B.

l\Ien's Oxfords Wash Frocks Alexander.Mrs. Learn valuable- monry 6 Cans 25clRUMP! ROAST, Lb. 1Sc 2 Cans 2Sc

I W. J. Epperson and Mrs i' saving, Home-enakingsecrefs -

I G. A. Anderson attended the funeral ; WATCH this paper for news of time TOMATOES. S.3No.2cns20c'BANAN 4 Lbs. ISc

$2.98 $1.98 services of Mrs. Epperson's i whet' The Brute Wakes .

.L! sister-in-law. Mrs. B. M. Knight, I Up"will be shown. Admission Is absolutely -
la Berlin, Ga. last Thursday I FREE. Not only will you enjoy j i OCTAGON ?PRODUCTS

-- ---- I I In entertaining movie-but you will

It Pays to Buy at R. F. Clark hum had mm hU guest learn valuable home-making secrets.
for the past week his brother and ,How ctx New Riniotcn clothes shaJe PALMOLIVE, 2 for 12cOCT. SOAP CHIPS19c

Ister-in-Uw, Mr and :Mrs. Fred whiter without scrubbing or boiling.
25cOCT. TOILET SOAP 3 for 14c
ltd Clark from Worcbester, Mass.. Wby Riiuo U the safest o pro use in ,

and. another slseer-ln-law, Mrs tub Mating or washer soda -witb.la_ richer,longer OCT. Soap & Powd, 4 for 9cOCT. CLEANSER, 3 for 14c1D

i Vfl\nfLf[ T, fTt.lIf tf Tn v TV frrm .

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: SIX --.
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-- I During the morning hours those

I Sanitation NecessaryTo present were busily engaged with QUARANTINE OFF

Prevent InfectionOf LIVE STATE NEWS mending and quilting. At one UNTIL FEB. 12
FARMERS SECTIONNOTES o'clock, Mrs. Booker and Mrs. Wallace -

OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS day served, a delicious luncheon TEMPORARY SUS-

GAINESVILLE.-Prevention of cafeteria style. Immediately following !- PENSIONS

abnormal conditions and diseases NOTHING GAINEDTALLAHASSEE BLAST WRECKS REST ROOM the,social hour the regular

Home Curing of Meat among farm animals is closely While the PENSACOLA. Mrs. George club meeting was held with the Dr. J. M. Sutton, Georgln. stale

Hints To HousewivesWeekly Both Profitable and connected with good management, state supreme court was disposingof Jackson and her two children escaped president, Mrs. Rlcharde, In the veterinarian, granted a fifteen.

according to Dr. D. A. Sanders, 443 cases during the June term serious injury when an explosion chair. day suspension of Georgia's no

from Home Demonstration Economical On Farm State Experiment Station veteri- ending Monday night, 468 new blew out the side of a J. H. Verner, James-Verner and quarantine today to permit movement

SprrlaJImt, Tallahassee narian. i ones were filed. service station rest room here. Louis Towler, of Monroe, Ga., of live stock from Florida

GAINESVILLE. -- Curing sufficient Good management Includes and sanitation the- _____ A-.-- Chief of Police William O. Con- spent several days during the past tick free territory Into Georgia,

meat for home use is a pay- proper feeding, TURNS DOWN LIQUOR nell said gas apparently had week with Mr. and Mrs. Geiger It Is effective until February u.

Houses That Can Ing farm operation and Insures the use of serums and veterinarian other biological ex BROOKSVILLE. Hemando formed! in the hollow tile wall and Miss Mary Sally Prince, who has The special order however pro

Grow Gracefully family a supply of wholesome, preparations, the vaccines, or bac- County citizens voted. 768 to 415, Ignited from a spark when Mrs. been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. hlbita all cattle, homes, mulct

mild, savory meat, says W. J. plains. should"Serums not, be expected to la A local option liquor election Jackson turned on an electric C. Prince, returned to her homeIn sheep or goats, originating In tickInfe

The first home built by a young Sheely, animal husbandman with erlns Infections or communicable against permitting the sale of In- light switch. Dublin, Ga., Tuesday. She was ted and quarantined areas of

couple on a farm need not be the Florida Agricultural Exten- control In livestock unless toxicants. The county has been NICE EMPLOYERCLEARWATERThe accompanied by Mrs. Prince, who Florida, from crossing': the atate
sion Service. He adds that a family returned to her home on the Farm
for about line unless
large. Often two rooms, a placeto strict attention Is paid to rigid dry forty-five years. inspected and dipped
of six should have about 800 "Believe
sleep and a place .to cook and however," he Friday.Mr. Under federal supervision.The .
eat are sufficient. pounds of home-cured meat for sanitary measures CANAL CONTRACT LET It or Not" cartoons by Robert and Mrs. Vance Geiger and original quarantine did
But when this first house Is out- the year. lays.The veterinarian points out that WEWAHITCHA. A $145,787 Ripley, appearing in The Tampa their son Bradley, spent SundayIn apply to hogs as they are not i

grown and more room is needed, To illustrate how It pays to cure erums and other products of this contract for completion of the six- Daily Times, were of particular Lake City? host to the cattle fever tick
does not have to meat at home, Mr. Sheely presentsthe Interest to residents! of Clearwaterand __ _._ __
the farm family type will go a long way In con- mile canal connecting Apalachicola L [T Dif Sutton's action followed receipt
sail! and move as the city family following figures and facts. A rolling certain diseases, but these and St. Joseph bay was awardedby' Clearwater Beach, recently, as BOATDRAINMrs. of official word from Tallahassee '

i often does. The farm family can number 1 hog weighing 200 poundswill preparation. should not be relied the Gulf county commission to one of his unusual facts was aboutG. Z. Z. Griffin. CorrespondentRuth of a Florida "\
: supreme
But If these are bring about $14 on the mar- of K. Kelleher, owner-manager of
build additions. the Hill Dredging corporation
fashion, the re- ket. If butchered and cured for on entirely. the Clearwater Beach Hotel, who court order temporarily lifting an "I
:made hit-and-miss Special maternity wards, clean, Ventoe, N. J.SNOW. injunction which
prevented the
be architectural home use this hog will produce rises at 5 o'clock every morning Morrell visiting In
mutt an cleanliness the was
L_ may '._ ... nlent ..nn_ two hams and two shoulders fresh bedding, on -__ -_ __. u-_- trt__ prepare breakfast for his ..>_.... I, I slaying of tick-infested oeei ,in
with ne FT. Mir-ICS Jacksonville Sunday.Arch
dgepodge "' of attendants, and separation IN" !; !
: nectlons to the original dwelling weighing approximately 14 pounds of part newborn animals on premises FORT MYERS.-Weather Observer ployes. Mr. Kelleher said that be Prevatt, of Jacksonville, swampy Florida counties.sections of four south.
obtain each, and two loins and two bacon rises every morning at 5 o'clockto .
The young couple not contaminated are some of the Gordon Colcord said be bad spent the past week-end with his
JI-) better results if future additions aides weighing about 10 pounds that can be done to preventInf.ctlons prepare breakfast for 25 employee family here. The supreme court'action permitted I
things no official record, but there are a .
98 the Florida live
! when the each, giving approximately at the Clearwater Beach stock sanitary
on paper
are planned New-born
) In calves number of Fort Myers residents Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey and
first house Is designed. Windows pounds of cured meat. After Hotel. In turn the employes prepare board to continue killing wild
calves do not have the resistance willing to testify snow fell here Albert Griffis and Harvey Gainey
> these eight pieces I tlcky deer in the Infested
b d that will later >* shrinkage breakfast for his guests. No
can" a arrange -- Infectious
, necessary to overcome last week The light misty flakes I were visiting friends in Bethel "
doors into the new part and other should weigh 77.5 pounds and, In unsanitary complaints have ever been made "It Is evident that tick eradica
bacteria usually present section
touched the Sunday.
melted when
t connections Indicated which will valued at 20 cents a pound, be and therefore,, I they about the cooking of the hotel tion In Florida cannot be completed
surroundings witnesses said. Snow hereIn
ground, Mrs. Maggie Green was visit-
involve a minimum of tearing out worth 1550. manager. I until these tlcky deer Infested -
It is very Important that they be 1899 Is recorded the weather
by Mrs. S. F. Griffis
._ Ing Sunday
Connecting walls, In addition the will have and
and rebuilding. family kept In clean quarters. --- r swamps are placed
i halls, and doorways may be well about 25 pounds of lard, 6 pounds bureau. ILLITERACY DOESN'T I Mrs. Ida Chase returned home kept under control," Dr Sutton
' located. Provision can be made of spareribs, the head and jowl, Young calves should be protected -. DISQUALIFYTALLAHASSEEWhether after upending the past week in

i for beating, plumbing, and light- and a considerable amount of good against cold infection and the STATE TO 1\VV OFF or Starke with friends.Mr. said.The Florida court granted

. Ing extensions for the new por- sausage. most effective way of doing thisIs TALLAHASSEE. The state not be can sign his own name1 a and Mrs. Arch Prevatt and hearing of the case and are-I
to them in moderately
tion. Healthy hogs butchered and keep payroll of $250,000 for Januarywill qualified Florida voter' is entitledto C. A. Griffis were visiting Mr. guments for Feb 1. Its
clean that are
Farmers' Bulletin 1738-F, chilled quickly and given a mild warm quarters be paid Monday, the comptrol- register and cast his 1 ballot: and Mrs. P. B. Prevatt, of Hampton staying the injunction is effective
from drafts Dr. Sanders
"Farmhouse Plans," shows about cure make delicious meat, Mr. says. ler's office said Saturday but Attorney General Cary D. Landls Sunday night. pending a new decision.BOOTSEY'S I.

c 13 "growing houses" suited to dif- Sheely points out. Curing In cold Range-bora calves are. not as nothing will ,be lef -oVer for over-* wrote in reply to a question from Gladys Lee, of Bethel, was visIting ,

ferent parts of the country. In storage has been found to prevent subject to parasite infestationsand due supply bills.'Tbe'state's- gen the registrar of Wakulla county. Mrs. Ralph Gainey, Sunday.

one very usual design the original spoilage. Infections as calves that, are eral fund is almost' $1,500,000 be- Persons registering for the primaries Walter Sibley, of Theressa was BEACH I

unit consists of a large living- "The farmer, of all men, should born In confinement because par bind in payment of miscellaneous are required to sjgn In the visiting friends In this section Alias Effie Crawford, Cor.
and kitchen and bedroom asites and Infectious bacteria do expenses, but al\.payrolls)) have supervisor of registration's
room, a "
have the best there is in meats, Sunday. I
Mr. and Mrs. > Gasklns
not spread as rapidly and easilyon Funds meet the arrearage
each about half the size of the been met. to ence, said the ruling. If the voter
Mr. .
says Sheely.He L. R. Thomas of the State and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
the do In small Insur-
as they from
range are expected cannot the shall
livingroom, making a rectangular write supervisor
1 suggests that farmers interested Farm, was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan and children spent the
unit. Extra rooms can be added pens. ance and utility taxes in the next register for him and enter on the i
in curing a home supplyof Leo griffin, Sunday. week-end here with their mother,
either at the side or at the back I Enzootic bronchopneumonla.cause few months. book a notation saying whetherhis
meat obtain copies of Bulletin .. Mr: and Mrs. Pete Griffis, were Mrs Jean Gaskins.
,t and in such a way that the hall by i of heavy mortality among dairy Inability results from blind-
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dixon -
81 from the Florida Ralph
Agricultural Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. Crawfordand
calves Is due to unsani- HELD FOR IMPERSONATION:
which they are reached may con largely ness or other physical Infirmity.If .
Extension Service In Gainesville of Lawtey, Sunday.
Junior the weekend
tinue through to a second addition tary surroundings. It Is Impossible BARTOW. man booked as [ he cannot sign because of illiteracy son. spent
and Farmers' Bulletin 1186 from Mr. and Mrs. Curtis of .
Harris in visiting
if It is found necessary to for the disease to be transmltt- Robert Flanigarv was turned over then the voter's full description Worthington Springs,
their CongreSHman or the United Belmore, was visiting Mr. and friends and relatives.
have one. Small bedrooms are ted on clean, sanitary premises to federal officers -Tampa on must be written on- the
States Department of Agriculturein Mrs Arnold Griffis Saturday and friends from this section
converted Into bathrooms In where methods of raising I Many
some hygienic charges of posing as a federal Income book beside his name.
of the plans for additions, and Washington. calves are practiced Dr. San- tax collector and a social security -. Sunday. attended the funeral of Mrs. Clarence -
Mr. and Luther Griffis, Moore Monday afternoon at
--- -- Mrsw
is often ders
living space modified or aver board representative to collect BROOKERMiss
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Griffis made a the Dyal Cemetery. She will be
Improved by throwing two small NAMES: WOMAN: SHERIFFTALLAHASSEE.Now Preventing calf diseases requires small amounts of money from
Vera Gain!!')', Correspondent! business trip to Green Cove remembered here as Miss Thelma
rooms together. careful and at Winter
planning handling, negroes Auburndale
Florida Springs, last Monday. Gasklns.
has management, with sanitation being Haven and Lakeland. He was held
a woman sheriff Governor Wrridlng AnniversaryMr. '
Green twigs are used by eaglesto Cone stressed at all times, accord- i here on a charge of having an Improper -
appointed Mrs. Eugenia Simmons and Mrs. E. T. Stewart'celebrated
to the veterinarian. automobile-4icense. UNITED LIFE INSURANCE I
Ing CO.
decorate their nest Fresh to succeed her husband, their thirty-fifth wedding
' twigs are laid when the color Claude ---.-- -
on Simmons, as sheriff of anniversary Sunday, January 30,
fades SEEKS COURT POST I.. p. McCABE, President Jacksonville, Fla.
out. Okeechobee county SUNNY BROOK FARMMrs. with a family reunion at their

F. K. Crosby, Correspondent TALLAHASSEE.-John Melvin home. They received many love- Industrial Life InsuranceG.
Hearn, of Live Oak, who described ly gifts from their guests.

Mrs J. R. Kelly and daughter, ( himself as a lawyer and dirt The out-of-town guests who L. SAPP, Representative

, Kathryn, spent last week-end In farmer, qualified Saturday to run were/ present with Mr and Mrs.

; Lake Butler, with her parents, for the supreme court. He paid Stewart were Mr. and Mrs. B. H.

Mr and Mrs. A. L. Drlggers. his state and party fees to oppose Harding Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mills KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME .

''J)' i Mrs. Floyd Crosby entertained nomination of Justice Roy H. and daughter and Mrs. Beulah i
: Chapman for the remaining two Baxter 'all MRS. L. McCABE, Lady Attendant I
| with a birthday party January 15, of Jacksonville: Mr. I
1 honoring her little daughter, Mary years of the unexpired term of and Mrs. George Mills and daughter JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.

1a Alyce's third birthday. About fifteen the late Fred H. Davis. Chapman of Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. 43 W. Church-Phoae 5-1538 80 St. George Phone :27

1 II I little folks enjoyed the affair. qualified earlier this week to run Mills and children, of Green Cove I

Games were played and hot choc- in the May Democratic Primary. Springs; Mr and Mrs. Harvey .

I olate and cuke were served. Mary He was appointed to the court Booker, of Ocala; Mr. and Mrs.

fi Alyce received many useful gifts. last June. Iseral lennon and son and Miss 00o-too! 1 SILLY sou COME ) MOW S1ST.HI PIFFiREMCt /

Miss Evelyn Crosby, of Brooker _."- Clara Flume of Starke. I JeST (tO aW Mtn:E W TYE IMRYf10et telAlf t M IfARNE01a[

11 spent last Thursday night with HUSBAND MAY LOAF The Snow Family LOOK- pal atf tyyg Gq t18,. FTSP ,
1 1 f W aIUS.tnol
I her grandmother, Mrs. Evelyn TAMPA.-Federal Judge Aker- nM8 I
I' The Seventh and Eighth Gradesof CxO01 TRIED
Crosby man said in court recently that ,
the Brooker
Junior High Schoolare /o0t6 II
according to the Bible, a new husband -
G. M. Bennett, of Starke, who presenting a negro minstrel I
spent last week In Jasper, spent should not have to do any show entitled "The Snow Family"In .

last Friday night with his son-ln- work for a year after his marriage the school auditorium, Thursday .

law and Mr. and Mrs The question arose in the I
February 10, at 8 p. m.
Floyd Crosby .m j''. f";""'" Zimmerman dlaapperance case I' Come and see "Mammy's littlechllJun" bb
Rlow when a lawyer remarked the fact b'v
sing and dance. Admission -
BUS SCHEDULE that one of the witnesses testified ; 6
will be five and ten cents.
Southbound he had a new bride but no Job.

", No. 205-Due Siarke 3:15 p.m. The lawyer considered the circumstances Annie Misses Laura Mildred Elliston Morgan were shop-and Learn how Spry makes baked and

$119.50 No. 207-Due Starke 11:45 p.m. unusual. But Judge Aker- )
ping In Starke, Monday aftec-;
No. 203-Due Starke 12:15 p.m. man went to the rescue of the wit.
noon. fried foods DOUBLY DELICIOUSgo
No. 201-Due Starke 10:20 a.m. ness, and brought his Bible Into ,
Set The school cafeteria which was
NorthboundNo. court. He read the fifth verse of' opened here last week has been I to ...... P/al ...... Co &1 g $cJJ.sl-.Tfc BfM Was UV"WATCHthi
Ptsf of
202-Due Starke 1:50 the 24th of
p.m. chapter Deuteronomy
No. 204-Due Starke 4:15 p.m. 'which says: "When a man bath proved a success. The people of paper for..- eat them. Learn about Spry-
ALL the community have been very time and and doe .. ALL-wg
5 place .
No. 206-Due Starke 9:15 p.m. taken a new wife, he shall not go newt" -
No. 208-Due Starke 3:00: a.m. out to war, neither shall he be co-operative about making a go lot ors to go. Enjoy an entertaining table afcattsninc-* purer, whiter
of It and the P. T. A. takes this
BASIC SERVICES No. 214-Due Starke. 9:20 a.m. charged with any business; but method of JIictare-1eam new enoking -=Us. smooth M satin,stay fresh right ontsMpaaMrysbeQ.

for Home Refrigeration!II. \ Starke Bus Agent: Beasley's he shall be free at home one year, ery one who thanking did anything each towards end ev- How to get lighter cakes in haH the .f ties

Service Station, opposite court- and shall cheer up his wife whichhe making this project a success.A taai g tone, flakier patstiy ukpar' without smoke. S

GREATER ICE-ABJUTY house. hath taken." large crowd from Brooker foods,so digestible a child can YouTI, lore Spry! pry"&Rd
t ....
i Ci5 ....M.l_ attended the Baptist Union meet- 1

Ftmla"t2.MCATCX Ing at Lawtey Saturday and Sun 00-_.a,- .- --- -. -.- ---.

N w9.4vgdryauroN.6n.rtorf "PERFECTION SALAD"AS Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hazen, of ,

XCRCATER PtrOTECT-ABlLfTY: Orlando, spent the week-end here \

.food, .......1ruIwr. IT'S MADE IN THE! MOVIES : as guests of their parents, Mr. and I \ 3 i

4.CSCATER DCPCNIMBIUTY erly.Mrs. E. M. Hazen and B. F. Con- \

.y-Pntftiau float toctarfSUMEATOI I Mrs. Canty Oliver, of St. Augustine -
bGs.rotMo .
I spent the week-end I
SAVTAaiUTYFRHilDMRE as guest of her .sister, Mrs. B. F.I I I
>.. t Hazen. I .
has the i2Zhez ryi, sIn
Mr and Mrs. R. B. Raulerson

and children wer.e visiting her

Qot Current ease '!!,!,Iii Crt.|W" sister, Mrs. R. W. Brannen, at GOODYEAR TIRES

.. ra. ..... \ Oal t Pr-'r. ,." that delightful new moving picture, "The Bride Lake Butler, Monday.Mr. .

Stalest refriget-. -' a.l.dr .., d.r /I' Io.adagmecbseasm Wakes Up", you see how Perfection Salad is made and Mrs. L. R. Waters and SHELL GASOLINE & OILS

eves built! Gives 'Co Ytdd.aogmo, 4'ns ,.ci6sral"d.: Really, it is easy-and the principal thing to rememberis children, of Alachua were visiting EXPERT REPAIR WORK-WRECKER SEKMCE:

SuperDuty at .. -ur. to use plain Knox Sparkling Gelatine. A package here Sunday afternoon.A. .
I.I .
glaring laving. Ala ha Bidet.; Sur lpw makes four entirely different desseru of salads, six B. Foster, of Palatka was a REGISTER MOTOR CO.
., servings each. visitor here Friday aft-

Bay .n P e7 .S oez-Duzj / ptiricnoN SALAD ernoon.Miss Mary Mott la spending this PIIONE 103

(6 Sar.i.gt-wu.l/P-ba l
For full value you must have complete: ability in All 5 Basic I envelope Knox Sparkling Gelatine week in Micanopy as guest of her
sister, Mrs. S.
W. Sorrell.
Refrigeration Vi cup cold water I cup not mild vinegar /4
Services..and All watere cup cup sugarI
froefot 3! That's just what the Mr. and
tablespoonful lemon juice y2 teaspoonful salt Mrs. R. M. Gainey were YML
new"Super-Duty"Pdgidaire with the Meter-Miser gives you. If you I /i cup cabbage: finely shredded 1 cup celery, cut in small pieces transacting; business in Gaines. 1 rI

want to save money and avoid regret want permanent satis : 1 pimiento, cut in small pieces,or ville, Monday afternoon. I
,faction see our' Frigidaire Proof-Demonstration 2 tablespoonfuls tweet red or green peppers
before FLA. STATE
buyl! FARMMr
you Pour cold water" in bowl and water and chill. To serve remove I
sprinkle gelatine on top of water from mold to bed of lettuce leaves Bryan {Yhitfield, Cor. ;
Add sugar,salt and hot water, ,and or endive, and garnish with" -
E. H. SMITH I stir until clinolved. Add vinegar" onnaise dressing. .Or cut mar Club Meeting

I and l lemon juice. Cool and when" cubes, and serve in cases made of Members of the Woman's Club
I Mixture begins to stiffen add red or green peppers, or turn into i
remaining ingredients. Turn into individual molds lined with canned enjoyed an all day meeting on
mold thai has been rinsed in Tuesday In the Club rooms which

Starke, Florida I were made attractive by bowls of

dG iATINE Jonquils and Jardlnlas of Christmas -
cactus placed on the long
., .
'r / l fc. !*r .il :,J, t. F :'I< is n,
"'- I.o I- ,

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lonely temperament. Most of my I I van" came back the voice of Hilda GUM BRANCH 'O'l'l(11OF' %lHOPT" %X

life has been spent away from ; the maid. \ ER'rIs'Im'.s'rpm: ,
; Annie Mae Ilarnagr Cor. NOTICE 1 is IIKHKHY' 'IIIVKV that
home. :My mother died when I iiiOROUGftBRED$ /
JONES Tlmmlo the
quickly opened door Mil IIo'"bh.y h..N filed. with m. will!
was fourteen years old. Since seized the yellow envelope and tin, ."<]uot thin thi' ins .'.tin!, atiatDKHthcr .
'Comments that time I have been a sort of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and I with all ..U."I."nl omitt -
On Here stared at it. .
[ (I. il. or 'li'vli-il tat "-.. held >>y I hi- State
homeless wanderer If I had chosen ? Mr. and Mrs A. J. Yarbrough hud' I In.idvei ,
tlnid and
fr DON-T CRY N Who's send me a telegram ? 'I' Mold to thi hl 1gb.t -
And Hereafter my own lIfe's work I would murmured Timmie. as guests Sunday: H. Keene and i bidder foi cash a.* provided by
I ChHiiter
LIStS of thtIH17 t ais: oft
R. C. and of
have selected a business where I "Dun no," answered Hilda "Hope i sons Harley t ihn t.L-irliilniurf'' upon I the following, l
(:) could have stayed at home. God ... .r'd f.tI ji' m tit, MtT3OLDWYN MAVfR PIthlre'tf'il4IHALSEY rock, Mr and Mrs. Gray di'Nctlbei 'teal .*..!,a... In tht. ('"unlynr
'y''The, Lord willing the writer the news uln't too buJ. You know sham-I llradrmd. State of Florida to-
chose for me to be an evangelist. : und daughter Eleanor of
for whul telegrams are like. ; wit:
;:wUl leave In Just a few days SAINTS
;; : gutitlne: Mr und Mrs. W'.., of SW'i. & NI I"I' 8W i
/ "fyB4jellstlc meetings In Loa An- In spite of the fact that I am "I bet you sent It to yourself : Kxit-pt I II'r... to ,Chunh Hef
Mr and Mrs. Lonnie Yar-
( and San Francisco. I shall lonely in temperament and always'I cried Cricket, popping her head I Hun :M Tp, 6 H. It to K. ..on-
gele* (What nan happened so fur balance, and: Tlrnmle, with great I bough and Miss Mildred Norton talnlmr I 119 Acres, more or I.......
," ,, g-ofWest j through the historic and get homesick when I am away 1 I I Low In fund", but borrowing presence of /niaS! saved him from out I of another doorway. I all of Jacksonville: Misses Reltha The taxes. to b.. Hold nri i.vld,'""".,

",<'<'* IniereBtlng city of New Orleans have had great joy in doing the enough to come to America fulling "That so!" cried Tlmmle lookIng and Mary Bradley of Boatdraln: l 1930>y certificates and 1934 respectively NOH 49 and and 57 rep-nf

:And Clover: the Southern Pacific will of God. No one can be happy for a final try at the international "I seem to be rather at a disadvantage at her disdainfully. "Well Iuln't and Miss Annie Mae Harnagre leMeiit, the unpaid tax<*n foi the
'' tlattroad through Southern Louis outside If the center of God's will even Interested." yearn 112 tn 111:4: ?. both inclusive,
hors Sir on horse but The
racing cup any J. A. Harnage and son, Blllle anioiintlnir. to 21910.
iana'on;;, through Texas and out When I was a boy I used to wonder Peter Calverton sends his Pookah," apologized Roger. "He's He turned and flung the telegram Mrs. W. F. Harnage and W. H Said tax <'ertific'ates together with
the West. It has been how missionaries who left the of his dresser. all ulmeiiui.nt omitted or Levleiltaxed I,
through on top
young grandson Roger out the only one I've practiced on before Carter were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
will ha nold the j
their native land and went to far to highest
. to travel In thirty "It's
0 ; y|privilege hunting for a jockey Roger probably something very C. D. Dobbs in Lake City, Sun' bidder at the Courthouse door In
>/:\ioregn lands. America has ev'yVery away lands could be happy. The approaches Timmie Donovan "Well, you can't keep on ridingone Important," said Cricket retriev. Mtnike on the tlth day of February." i

, thing-mountains. plains valJtleym happiest people I have ever seen a ,\ery clever but conceited horse all your life" rejoined ing It and scanning the outside. day.Little Milts Geraldine Shaw of I9H.( al. II thin::00 the oMoi-k 29th A.day MIJatrri of January

/. \ .* cities deserts-everything.n have been missionaries of the' youngster/ who refuse<< to take Tlmmte. "Not If you want to bea "Important me eye! Somebody the State Farm, spent the week 19.18IOKKICMAL. 1 j
8RAT' \
'Itntau't> {! necessary to cross the cross. Happiness doesn't depend I the British boy seriously until jockey." wants me to ride a beetle most end here with her grandparents A J. THOMAS: ,

:;. ,.(';''ocean to see the world. The world upon where we are. It depends on he huH proved his. mettle In at..t When It came to holding the likely" Mr. and Mrs. L. L Conner Clerk of Circuit Court of i

'!)ta here In our own land. "Go West what we are. The apostles could fight. Timmie still saysho "Inside track" Roger was very "He can't even read" commented Misses Leila and Geraldine Har- 2-4-31-2-18 Biailford t'"u nty. Florida, .

t joung[ man," used to be the Bio- sing la dungeons. Martyrs have I'' won't ride an English backward. Bluntly but patiently Cricket for: the benefit of spent Sunday with Mills Al- )
been able shout nage !SOPH sty s IH OK" T\\
to when
It should still be they were
ir ; a slogan.
ga.u. horse but Is won over when Tlmmle kept him trying to get the Roger. '
ma Newsome of Hellbronn. C K:It r IK 1<1< "T":" "
kverybody; should visit the West. burning at the stake. To you who Sir Peter presents him with knack of it.. "Who can't?" cried Tlmmle bel1llgerently I Mrs J. F. Shaw of the State NOT1CI2 IS HHRKBY lIVEN that
)\ There la romance there. There Is read these lines, let me suggest Lain I'erry hail filed with inn written
the famed Garrison's "
Snapper "Come on, now crowd the rail! "Glmmle that telegram Farm was visiting her parents that
: rmiuHKt the tax tertlflcatentoiveth
fascination about it. It4ceta that you yield yourself fully and
:rIf ''k- strange riding whip.) i he would yell. "Mugs like Boots : !" Mr. nnd Mrs. L. L. Conner Monday .*r with all Huhneritient. omittedor
, ;:r a spell over one. When a per. unconditionally to God and let His levied taxea held liy the Statebe
MacGuIre and Pink Reid would He tore the studIed
,"''.OQ.once breathes the air of the will be done in your life. This is I open envelope, night. adveltlMed and Mold to the hlgh.t -
I CHAPTER FIVERoger have you sewed up like a sleeve. the message with a. blank expression Friends of Mrs. Clarence regret .... bldiled for cash aa provided by
the secret of
Wet he always wishes to go happiness. Chanter 182MH:' of I he IH.I7 acts ofthe
followed Tlmmle out to In a spot like that." on his face but made no to heur of her death Saturdayat
[back. I advise our readers If leKlMlatnta, upon thf followlnirdHmlll
you the outer hall. At the next turn Roger caught comment 1:00: P. M. In St. Vincent Hos .id real estate In the County -

)I jaro planning a western trip, to go SCHOOL UNITS IN DEBT "He's a swell old guy ain't he ?" sight of Wilkins The Pookah's "What's It lOay'" asked Cricket pital. of Bradford (itatr of "Florida to-
uliy.New Orleans over the South- TALLAHASSEE-The state department wit:
l'rn asked Timmie. lialner In Ill-restrained curiosity."Aw Mr. and Mrs H. D Starling are Lot8, 7, R of !Ilk :S In WrlKht
Pacific to Los Angeles and of education considered", "I'm think Tim- Addition I I to I Hampton Sm30 Ti>.
glad you so, "How comb: boy ?
yer my It s from myoid the birth of
man. announcing
fSan Francisco. to reduce the .' a baby 7 M. U 22 i':.,
ways $55,820,62S
mle said Roger. "He has to win yelled Wilkins. i He'd like to see me. Says he's girl Saturday. January 29. Mrs. The taxes. Id he .Hold are evidenced,
Off C C C Soften debt owed by Florida counties and the Cup this tlnTe. He has to." "Fine!" Roger called back."There's sick That's lotta by certlflrnteH. NOH 1J7 and 110ft oCItiJI
a hooey. Miss Ester ,
Starling was formerly
mill and
J?, wonder why God called their special school tax; districts. "I'll win It for him all right," very little to It, really." "How do you know?" demanded Kirkland. She Is now at the home iiment taxes 153.1 for respectively the years 1027 rep-to> -:

_ae>, to be an evangelist. I am a Compiling reports of county superintendents rejoined Timmie confidently. "Crowd the rail!" screamed Tlm Cricket "Maybe he Is sick" of her parents In this sectlton. 1117 both lnrlUMlamounting to> .

for the fiscal year "I'm sure you will" said Roger."I mie. "Look out!"' "So've I been sick," said Tim- _. -.- ----._- _________ $11.63.l'astt; tax i-ertlfU-nten together with ,
(REAL RELIEF FOR ended June 30, 1937 as the first wish I could learn to ride like late all MUI.>M.iuent| otnllted or Levied
But it was too The swerve mle once again betraying the
step forward putting school finances DOUBLE RUNSirs. taxes ulll be Mold to the hiicheMtblddei
SORE MUSCLES you" of the horse unseated Roger and strain of bitterness that had been ,' at I the (. ....IIIOUMH door In
'Pc*1 fifty yea. Mallard' Know Unlit on a sounder basis than "There In't much to \.' A. Car.
.... a It, parried ,! the best Timmie could do as he seared Into his make-up "Did he Tyler Stiirku on I the Itth dty of February.
hun been the favorite for .
j pan has been under previous laws thedepartments ItlK: at II i ::00 o'clork A. MDaterl
ulnr the muscles made. More by overwork Tlmmle. "It's Just like riding a leaped forward was to lessen the do anything about it ? I ain't thin the 89th day of January.
or too much exertion strains, figures showed $6- bicycle except you don't pedal." Raymond Bryant, who has been I 1935
i mOraine. and brul...... Get impact when Roger hit the ground. gum" ;
30o Ol'h'ICIAl
a orttttfo 000,000 of the outstanding debt Is ( "''EAI.I
bottle and keep It handy. "Wouldn't you teach me? ask He rubbed !himself ruefully as he Tlmmle's mother had been dead! I working in Okahumpka, has returned A. J. THOMAS,
past due. ed Roger. home. I Clerk of circuit Court of.Itradford

GOITREMAKE "Say what's the matter with -------- Little Leaton Hall Jr, of Curs, County, Florida..

TillS QUICK TEST TRAIN SCHEDULE you ? Race ridin's a ttough racket F---- -i: JLJJI'I II has returned home after spend 3-4-31-3-18.

and to be a tomato to ing a week with his so-i-it's: OP H \I..: OP T\X \
".. Schedule of trains arriving here you got I "/ thought you aught grandparents <...It''II'"U'.l''

"'.acolorleca liniment For simlegoitre notice. "Are you a tomato?" Inquired ; iL to givt miMi: tutchanct i M/. and Mrs. C. B. Brantley. of II Unit.. hits, riled with I me written
apply twice dally. It quickly recumst' that the tux certiflctest'grth'r
j supplies aubntanie needed by.. the Southbound-Due Starke Roger in deadly earnest. ; kJ4"hi54id Baldwin 'spent Sunday with Mr. with nil MUbHequent. omitted -
[thyroid eland. Thousands have been' "What'd you think I was? A 1il 1 and Mrs J. L. Brantley.Miss or levied taxes held by the State
relieved. Get Information No. 1 Local___ ..
mote at ---- 11:23/ p.m. advertised and ruld to the highpat -
I wont drug vtorea Note I gentleman? I ain't even got Eloise Wllkerson of L.RW-
: Mrs. F. H.ak..r. any bidder foi caSh nM provided byChapter
Local _
__ ___
( Box 248. Dunedin Fla "' : p. m. "
nayii, education. I Ilpy. spent Sunday here with Mr. Ittl'i of the 1937 sets of
|"1' waa relieved 14 yearn ago. I will No. 107-Through__ 10.05a.m.: / the I leiclil.tture, upon the following
I tell or write my experience to any. No. 191-To :Mlami___ 10:39: "But education has nothing to and Mrs. Ernest Silcox .N..lb.'t. real estate In the County

I lone".Store. Locally at Carpenter' Drue Northbound-Due StarkeNo. p.m. do with one's being a gentleman, ii Mr and Mrs. P. D. Reddish of of wll I linulford State of "Florida to-

Timmie.' Hetlbionn visited )fr. and Mrs.
l.otn 8. 9 of lllk 17. LivIngston
: ieek. 2-Local.__?___ 5:30: a. m. "It.s too deep for me," said Tlmmle W R Conner Thursday of last Tltiby & CON AddltU to MturKe. ,
:> COLDS No. 16-Local_______ 11:28: a. m.lIo. week In W'.j of NC',, Sec 28 Tp. I 8
opening the door. I It 2i U,
6.I 6 6 5 ud 108-Through____ 503pm.: "But you will teach me to ride?" L U Morgan who has been In 'I'he taxes 'to IH Mold aie evidenced.

FEVER No. 192-Through____ 6:29: a. m. persisted Roger. Vt I Ocala spent the week-end with his by Lcl-tlfli-ntl.il taxes.\.f"ttile'.... 1114 I of years IUJI: IDa andrupienent

,, Liquid. Tablets. rlr.t day Starke and \Vannee Branch Timmie grinned in affirmation family here. to I I'M" : 1. hulli 1 ImluHlve I amountltikT
", Ssle Hradarhe. 3Iilntr No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. to $.10.37Huul ,
) -
.... as he disappeared Into the darkness i ---- -- -- .
.IC. Drop. No. 102 arrives Starke 1.50: ) p. m. outside. -' ____________ Pit I (MISSION HAUL all I I MiiliMiiiiiit.tux> |. lertlfliateN ol1llll..r i together. t.evledluxea with

,r, .n.-.I--Wo.d. Bent I Seaboard T. J. GRIFFIN Airline Railway. The next day an appointmentwas L_______ ;: ,w A colorful crayon illustration .bidder' will at the lie I'nui Hold.tlioum to the. door highest In

Ilaliarat Agent. I made for the first lesson of 'The Burning Bush" made the pit'mirlie on the INth day of February .I IIDJII.
; Bible lesson at II:00 o'clock A. M
I Timmie, a youthful but very practical Tuesday night spectacular Pitted thin the 2IHII day. of Janu-

BOREE FUNERAL HOME tutor put Roger through every and added to the beauty cry IMS I

I Full Urn of Casket. Si Undertakers Supplies trick in the bug He showed 1' and clearness of the lesson >1anyincidents IUI..ll.J.H.IH1AI.. A. J. THOMAS.'

l A31HLLANCR 8EKVICH him how to ride high, how to ride were brought out besides c'lerk of Clriult Court of

DAY ANi) NIGHT easy and how to control a horse ------ -- the calling of Moses Into Hiadfoid, Cuet tity. Flol'ida

.: 53 PHONE 53 with! the minimum expenditure of ruse to his feet. for many years. His father was a service, which showed how God 24atIilLrvo'rUl'oS'Mct.l'loi"'rta

\, t O. H. BENNETT. Mgrr. the whip. "Come on." said. Tlmmte. "That's I vacillating ne'er-do-well who had answered the supplication of a

,\ J"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" On the first turn Roger lost hisDANGEROUS enough for today. I'll take you deserted her A self-centered adventurer people who realized their need NOTICE PIIIIPK IS:: IIKHKHT rpn lIVEN: thai

.t".. to my place an' give you a rubdown who was always hoping This realization of a spiritual need (I. W Itahnie. Jr.. hits filed witS

." for a strike that would bring a Is me written request that the tax:
lacking In the people of the certificates toaethervlth all aubHe -

ft U danaerou- tv Hell .. *ln""llTl Timmie knew as much about turn of fortune, he had devoted his present age and until It Is fully <|lient omitted or levied la '.*

FUNERAL DIRECTOR IK. far HM just. to make three or how to get the kinks out of tired time to many things but his family -.I realized there cun: come no lustIng Mold held to by the the highest Htltle be bidder.lv..rll..d. for cash and

Many Years. Experience Slakes. It Possible for Me to Render four cents nnMel-1 user I........<(
your |MI..|..-..... ami In north. three.r phases of the rucing, craft Roger among them. Timmie hail been left I I the 1917:: tots of t the LeirlMlaturi real*i
fcFFICIENT.! PROMPT tile dentrlbed
and COURTEOUS SERVICE .. r.. upon following
talY nr au mut h nH M! lln 11-
AIODERATE PRICES 1'1 'I'.:. grumbled about successive applications to shift for himself at an early This Is understood and expressed estate In the County of Uradtoi' of oil and He was too proud and Independent State ..r Flurlilit. to-wlt
i DeWITT C. JONES massiiee.. cream.. age I by not only the Bible teachers All Illork I Kxcept Lot 2
i''s Easy To B o Mistaken About 'alcohol but after Tlmmle had to seek aid from his of I the day but some, statillticlam, Wrights Addition to Hampton.

SUrke FloridaBEASLEY'S JTOMACH TROUBLE worked on him strenuously for father and ihe latter' money like Bubson Who -says-- WA-- run--- 0'-arti I 9'I Unction._ Om ru 30,,Ip. ....7_.,H'.i U...0_22.vl'aftftA.is:,. '
half an hour he was willing to whenever he had any-- went for no further materially until we I by' tei: 'tlflcute-NOH GO'4'-i 'ij"'j.--

.1\\: p ..eepI :----- '" .----.----.-..... Stomach sufferers/ should learn the admit that he felt better. drink and gambung. have caught spiritually Mpeftlvily, nnd, represent taxes for
the. isis:/ to It:17. both incluidve
(truth about ULCERS GAS. ACID yem-H -
INDIGESTION "Grandfathers definitely decided Mother Ralph had heard tbe discussion 0,.. C. F. Pace, of Orlando HinountlriNT, to $152ia.Maid .
SERVICE belching h'ortb..rn. to enter The Pookah In the In the hall and came bust- tux certificates! together with
STATION scripture cartoonist for the Sun
constipation, etc., due to excv' '',i in.nl all nubM..iuent| omitted or f...vlejtuxeH
;i THEE UDGA Booklet contains ra<.t. Rldgemora Handicaps" he told Ing out day School Times will visit the will' be Hold to the/ highest: .

: TRY OUR SERVICE I Interest The9thedition. jU.Lorf the 'Tlmmle. "He thought it might "What's this fussln' about" she Mission Friday March 11. Rememher bidder at the CourthoiiHe door InMtarkt
AND BE CONVINCED the It of Fubi'
on uarir.I ,
first "
;press may prove your step Lohap. help you get the feel of the horse. demanded the date and don't miss :IH, at I II I '1)0 oVIoi-k A.I..
; ATLAS I pynomachcomfortl!Clip this remind "I don't need to get no feel," "Tlmmle s father's tent for him" this unusual treat Dated this Hie 22nd day. of Jan
J: nil to ask for the UDGA( Booklet si uary, 193!).
said Timmle. explained Cricket. "He's tick, but
Regular meetings hold Interest
: (()a'ICI.\L SEAl)
:1 TIRES BATTERIES TUBES I CVRPENTER'S DRUG STORE "lie did think. it would! be a Tlmmle doesn't think It's Impor- and surprises, alsoGRAHAM. A. J. THOMAS.
(''''''k of Circuit Court atliradford
tant to _
good Idea to have a tunlng-up enough go -- .---- -- County. Ftorldu.
Tire Unconditionally Guaranteed for 1 Year and 18 Month I WORKS I III 2 WAYS went on Roger. "You've got to go son If your I-2H-8I-3-1I.

"Okay. There's only a prize of a father's. sick counseled l Mother
STANDARD OIL PRODUCTSVASIIINGPOLIStIlNGwAxING..oREASINa 01 DISCOMFORT OF thousand dollars but I guess you Ru I pit. Mr.. I.. C. III....... (rrrnd. .< ,, flOW TO GO; TO. SLEEP

"No matter what he's done "wasdln Hold eyes wide open Sleep
I can use It. Mrs. Essie of Waldo, comewiliilikly
If kludder.
Call 60 For Road Service There was a rap on the door. It Tlmmle he's your father" added and Mrs. Ruby Britt of Ocala recently -I' you up do 2 things Irregularitywaken t. Al-

\ } \ wan Cricket. Roger. visited their brother. Wes kallae excess kidney, a< Id*. 3. Gently -
I I riiiMh out west. Thin helps
Easy Payment Plan On Tires and Bntterfe. I t I "Can't I come In just for a minute "Suppose he was jour old man" ley Dyul who has been 111 the lirltiitlon that wukeM. you relieve -

LACY CONWAY CIOLDSip I ?" she asked naively. replied Timmie bitterly. "Suppose Mrs Delma McKenzie, of Hope I up, railHVM "i u n ty flow frequentdenlre
buntlilH backache
01' {J..ta.k
. J "No. we're busy called Timmie. he ran out on you when you was Haven visited the home of her parents worth o-f green tablutiontaln, -

-.----,-.--- -- -..... .- j I 'Girls are a nuisance," he explained a little kid and couldn't take care Mr. and Mrs. John Surrency Inir buchil leitven. junlpei all etc.

: to Roger. as they listened i of yourself and had to eat anywhere lust week.L .lUNt/ nay to any IliiUi-tt druggist, the kidney.and. get evacilant a,

to her retreating footsteps "I you could pick It up? Maybe C. Smith and C. J Frazier irnod nights nlcep l.mally at CAIlHF. -

IT BELONGS 'suppose she'd want to go to the I you'd go to him" were business visitors to the W'uu-, :>TIUS niiL'ti: HTOIII/;
--- -
,,:;;: movie with us tonight It she knewwe "Yes Timmie," said Roger with chula. section during last week
4 I ., ) I. T". .IIAYlta was goln'." out hesitation "I think I would." Mrs C. B Roberts and Mrs. Millie !. ol.n MATTKEMSKS MADE

:' IN YOUR ICE-BOX .ASPIRIN.. 4.4.5. (abide a tiCm "Maybe It would be all right if I Timmie turned away. He clenched Fogg were In Pulatku lust Friday NEW KcgardlVH of condition

s IIIaM 01 ._. Rer she his flats and scowled, as though New Miittreiwei (Made to order
Z4 went suggested Roger.
.. I I... ". ..n".....P on, ., nl",, _.__
absorbed -- -- ------ -'-' -
by conflicting
? -... "Nix. Now comes a little more ; ; ;
AT HOME '> ; alky .' Finally he came to a >o'rIt-s: nr s" tI.e I or 'Ftc ,I tress Into new type Inner spring.
lOmotlons'j .
-EltTIp'u'.c'rIs: mattress Our
11..1 prices are reasonable.
\ "You've learned a lot of things.haven't with a curt guod-bye to )'(ITO'I: I* HH'ltl.MV: i IUVRV<:
f he hurried down the stairs'and \l N.: (Inner and H. ft C'ahoon has. 'I Satisfaction Guaranteed -
Tlmmto? said Roger .
you fll. <1 with me written riuiiMt| that .
6d/ I admiring the other's deft handiwork of the house : the tux pertirifuleN '''..''Ih.r with I
I 2. If Uuu _-? he applied the alcohol. (To Be Continued) I, all MiihMenuent nmlMirl I i m' 'l"vieltaxer Quick Service
turn Ike rid. .
held ho I h.
by I Htnle adverted -
/ I I e4 .... I BATCH ----Jl---.._ ..-_ Mattress
"Yeah I know a, lot of things and sold to the hlKlleMt hl .rlUN' toMete Is dir fur cacti an provided hv (r'hnn" I
: I M glue W wiler.Owde IAll alright\ said Tim with some NEW RIVER i ter l&JftH! of the IA17 art nf the Factory 381 Park St.,

...... T.... bitterness "Things like how to Dorothy !Hupp f'orie"pi'>nilent j jM [ l.cirl..liitiire. upon the fnllowlnir de"i'rlhed -I JACKSONVILLE: Fl.".
.. ISrosi i..s. rub liniment on a stiff Only I I real *Ntate In the (nuntv rf I Vie cull for and
-' I : aid enreeei.. alusuta5ad7. leg I lliiiiir' r' car't spell a word with more F Wiggins and M. J. Sapp J All .JVx of NKV, '.r VKH K: if I drop tu a card.
I ,,.. H .
p 100 ft Her 80Tp
than four letters In it. When vlsitlne In Gainesville Sunday '
you were
II H it :It K.: i-niitalnlnn IS
-h-- It was talkln' 'about algebra yesterday I ",'res. more or lees i
costs to relieve tbe
rJ1A' I I misery of a cold today-It what'd I think It was? One Jack' week-end The taxes to he Mold air vldemed A Three
31 to 54 I Sapp spent the 'tov rrrtlftunt No's.. :ilJX of I'I: :IS rrMpofllvrly Days' Cough
m relief for the period of your cold of them horses with stripes!" 1-ere with his parents. and r..pr..nl taxes r..rIh
IS/ to 25/ Hence years I'H4( to I It'T huili In.lulv -
"You zebra ?
no family need mean a
,;;;' CC neglect even head We are glad to report that little .. <>, iimoiintlnic <" 111 &,. I Is Your DangerSignalNo
minor colds.
gRI "Yeah. I certainly am wised up. Ted Watson who has been on the liSt>: NCj rorIW'; | a. MW,. nr
Here Is what to do: Take two ain't I'" Timmie spoke with tense N\,' i K*. :I Acres In NW ('or At : matter how many medicine
BAYER tablet when feel sick Hat, i Is rapidly improving. : \ In SW 'or 4 tI b'-: of NW, you have tried for your cough cheat
cold you a firm determination. "But I'm gon- .Kx: II :III Acre Ill HK.. : I'nt ft W'T cold, or bronchlall1'rltatlon. you cat
coming with Dave Richard of Lake Butler
full .
on a glassof '( ft nf S tout fr
na know some-thin'. As soon a* of NKl. of get relief now with Creomulslon.
water Then repeat, if necessary was visiting relatives here Friday HVV, A HWI, nf MW A 2 Acres Serious trouble may ba brewing and
according to directions in each I get some dough, do you know night In :NW.. of HWI',, H of l.nk C cannot afford to take a chance I
what I'm W 047 tt of HK'-i' nf HV'Hf! you
package. Relief gonna do ? I m 'gonna
comes rapidly. with remedy less than
Mrs. Mana Wiggins and Mrs. I:I Tp ft H II. :2J K. ,"'nlnlnI any potent
e Ice-cold Coca-Cold U ready f for The Bayer method of relieving hire me a guy like you was tell-I In* 210 Acre, more or MUM CreomuUlon which goes right to
colds Is the way many doctor In' m'* about--a tooter-and Marlon Sapp were visiting thelutter's I l'h. Ia sec to l Ie M<,|C| art Hvldemedhy the seat of the trouble and aldj na-

you any time j..u want It, when you I Ik..p prove. You take Bayer Aipmn ap for gonna learn how Uo spell every sister Mrs. Ruth Welch rrrtlfliateM. NOM din anil, lit(I of i I ture to soothe and heal the InHam-
'IM2! : iinil 1934 rronwrtlvelr. and
rppreneiit !, mucous membranes and to !oo.en
a supply la family relief then if you are not improved word they In- In Lake Butler Tuesday. i. the unpaid. ta*"* foi the and expel the germ-laden phl-itn.
promptly you call the Timmie gave Roger a final decisive -, Dot and Annette Sapp were UmmintlnK yarn 1)31 I to tl.'ilADHuld I:517. both Im Innlre, Even If other remedies have fail?i,

..frl".ralor.!, Older by the ca.. family doctor I' thump across the knee, and I visiting In Lake City Saturday tax rortirirnt-n to ( t&ietl.i' with don't be discouraged try Crcomul-
I till MulM...nu-nt omitted. fpi t.rvlerl I slon. Your druggist Is authorized to
((24 bottlei) from your dealer I decided that enough bad been done night. tax..M will he Hold to the highest refund your mono if you are noi
I I for tbe day. Roger had barely Mr and Mrs J B. Watson were hld,l*r at the CourtlmiiHe door In thoroughly satlan' d: with the bena-

Ii II slipped his trousers on when another I business visitors to Starke Mon. I Starke on the I Hrh..'.d.ijr of t..ru- fits obtained f.onx the very Cral
156 itry. lull at M 00 .I".k A M I
i I rap sounder at the dor. day night. Hatrd 1 this the 29th d.., of .'lannar bottle. Crcomnlston Is one word-not
:, "It's muttered Tlmmle ... liltKiKKtl'IAL. I, two. and It has no rvphen In It.
I Cricket
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STARXE COCACOLABOTTUNO HBAI.I) Asic for It pijinly, aPe that tha iiara
I < PULL 0ozxN 2Se V He turned to the door "I The United States consumes A .1 THOMAS I. I on the bottle i H CreomuUton, and

COMPANY: 1 told you to leave us alone'' one-half the world's supply. of cot- Clerk of ''|r.-uil,. urt of I IFiradfurd 'I'I youll Jet the genuine producs a-ti

Virtually cent a tablet "Telegram for Tlmmle Dono fee. 1 t" I' :* ID County Florida the real:* you w.&nt.JvJ 4



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n' LKAKN: TO-C'OOK NEXT WEEK I down upon usi; the bitter winds actions cause alarm and probable I[ terest on the certificate;) ,,

Telegraph I TOO LATE whipping about us ankle-deep In refusal to take It. contend the Interest wii, 1

Bradford County (Continued from Page One I I gutter mud we have little oppor- With bait at hand the distributor three'per cent starts wi, ,Ihe""

Established 1877 TO CLASSIFY tunity for thought and reflection.We should first look over the barn- date of the auction sale, i, i ""Ih.

- In the sound plot Behind the want to get.Jt'over' with and yard premises house, and other ers say it applies from P' ''I01

sparkling humor and suspt-nse nts' ni.i. KAY as quickly.as possible, so we make harboring places, taking special the certificate was ls uci i
--- nr our MARK: rind our Few notice of definite runways and
-- to screen go way. + .
that are BO necessary .. ---
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class stories was a deliberate pliin- an Secretary, Florid Pre A n. of us stop to ponder over what burrows. Look for tracks behind

the mark we leave behind us really rubbish in plunder rooms and Additional'School \fttt
:Mailer: at the Post Office at Starke FloridaE. ambitious determination (10 carry
Instruction. inspiration and worthwhile By KiiKMrIf' Kay means. chock up on smoke houses and cellars. -

- home news to women In every As we approach another election If instead of the familiar captions If rats run In the walls and Through the

L. :Matthews_ _____ __ _.___- __ ____Editor and Owner community. period wo hear rumors of this or listed above that ballot carried attics of homes, try and locate Keyhole
The camera took Its time and It that Individual becoming a candidate above these names the follow- their nearest ground harbors. Rats -

SUBSCRIPTION: KATE took its close-ups so that every' for such f tbid< uch an office. | Ing statement a lot of folks would must have ground connections. Last, week-end was RUPI'| .'' <, I to

pernon In the Ritz will have n The layman concerned with the i| tako more time and give more After the prelmllnary survey, be dull but every-one GVhlplIllhad t

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance "large ns life. and twice as natur- business of living, :''reacts to these thought 1.0 their marking: put out a piece of bait the size of a good time anyway Ai I \' hut

Advertising Rates Application gtl" view of each operation. There rumblings In much, the same manner "I, John Citizen do hereby appoint a marble, and repeat as progressIs did they do? Well well. I It I ",.

will be no "orchestra circle" at as he responds to (the those designated below to made from place to place. Keepin Fran, Miriam and Dot at'i Mliii'

thin entertainment, since the buck grown of distant' famllla.j act ns my agents and clothe them mind' that many small baits, claiming a partiality to "IP, ("ir.

TOWNS COME; : HACK BETTER AFTEIl DISASTER J row guests will have an equal foretells the coming of with full and complete authority well distributed In places where tain organization In Cm' <. ,\lie,\

chance to peer Into the busy mix- lie knows that clear and pence- to regulate my life and that of rats will,find: them will have the Miriam'especially. Did y".MI linn:
It is inspiring see a town come back bigger and better Ing bowl watching the deft steps ful skies noon will be darkened by my family determine what I shallor greatest effect. Place most of the tier from whence came the ,i\in,',

than ever after suffering some terrible disaster:: such as fire, of measuring creaming sifting heavy clouds; blinding rain will I shall not &lo under any and all baits low, under floors In dark lilt to her voice and the Himk't. :
and thorough mixing not over dim visibility; the rumble of thunder ; circumstances restrict my activities cOI'/1ers./ and along walls rather in her eye? There you ari'' liarrtet .

flood or earthquake. looking the f'nal' woik of baking, will Increase, the lightning will mold my morale share my than In high and light places or agrees. f

Sacrni, _. ... \vc.. _>r_>ka__,' -7"arm the-" business! section of Macclenny, roasting French frying or freez- flash raw winds will howl and I I earnings throw mA In lull. ,aemi on too of stored corn or other Billy. Long-- looked "like nfi-.. I

one of our near neighbors} was almost completely destroyed ing.For there will be mud to contend, with. I me to-war; : question me -t lengthon grain. man" Friday night and all :Ihl

Now are told that the owners of the lost thin Is no half-hearted dem- Tho tendency on the part of any subject Inspect my books The action of red squill causes' girls thrilled when they saw him
) by flames. we onstrat Ion. Each delicious dish those of us who have no personal coming to dance with them
require that I various ] Fit
that in most pay licenses gradual paralysis and the rats 'I
: property are already build hit; back structures will be completed and shown with axe to grind. who seek no office tax my Income, determine my dole rock burrows in the ground and looking boy that Billy Long
that were burned and that, such ri'iillsm that there are sure covet no special privilege ask no
superior to ones to charity provide for old other Basket bull "
cases are my age out-of-the-way places to die season IH p< '':,
far from being discouraged, the inhabitants are more determined -I to be hungry "ohs" and "aba"from favors but prefer to go'about our educate my children determine my and there Is seldom any serious better and better; except thM" i ii '

forward. Such faith in a town will the audience. If any stray l>unmeHS as ordinary citizens is to I needs, specify my hours of laborIn 'I odor Few dead rats will be foundin the boys don start winning v' > n
than husbands Into the
ever go get theater seek shelter*lind- for as possible -
-- short I place my welfare the open but any that are going to disown them. No flu'
they are certain to ask: "When do --keep out o( the
rewarded. political
surely be and! that of
we eat ? ,-' "" my children presentand. found should be burled or other- The Junior-Senior party! Is di I 'wIng
closer home-sweeping stormNo future, In their hands without wise
has struck destroyed.
Hut that fire nearer. Those Juniors I ,
now 'i To the fun of watching an expert matter which way lhe"wlnd reservation in
away a large portion of our: near neighbor Hampton-we cook m work in a model i blows we know It Is pretty apt to and God have of equivocation Leaflets showing how to put onu sworn allegiance that they \\, 'n'"'
faith of citizens kitchen Is added the real of may inet.cy on my community rat campaign wheret disclose plans and any Senior I inn
hope to have another vivid illustration of the joy be 11 cold one us fll.r.8s .we are cone I soul."
: get baits and red pumps them i Is a disgrace to IK
studying I the practicnl possibilities m squill pow- "
We prefer the warmth of
of ruin.
back from the ashes Most of would
their town us hesitate to
bringing of such full time servants IJlII sincere Jers how to distribute rat' baits, clnss. But you can. be sure tlw)
and the
S believe that Hampton will come back, for the smoke had an electric refrigerator a smartly- TRUTH and we have learned light that I grant known"such authority to one we had ;ind also bulletins on rat proofing have "something up their sleeve'Well
and made I and respected and trusted red squill In rat control and girls and boys In less thai
met a -
hardly died away before loyal townspeople styled range. and other cooking th.se are usually lost in the tur- all our lives. general
Certainly we would rut control bulletin three months school will be
accessories and convenient laun- may' out
revive their city government-dormant for the past I moil and torrent The slimy mud want to know I
to a lot more about
plans dry equipment. designed to take annoys us; the fog and sleet blind obtained by writing to Mr. Lay at You Seniors ought to make tht,
four years. the gloom out of Monday. such a person than we do about N. C. State: College Raleigh N. CMURPHYLAW best of these! last few months I II':,'
us and make clear
sane thinking the average office-seeker for _. I'
von't be newt!
--- long
Once more taxes will be collected in Hampton ; streets What about recipes ? Naturally a problem. i whom we make our mark. i
of those who lost their homes every guest of the Telegraph will The pledges and promises that I -- -
be and most
will improved ;
want to test these tantalizing I Ii Regardless of what the candidates -
drop like rain
driving from the
last week will begin rebuilding. The job of reconstruction is cures fvr menu monotony. Free i lips of eager office seekers we i iI say about themselves or each POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS.

a big one, but what has been done in gigantic cities such as recipe sheets will be distributed, I know will disappear as the dew I other ask yourself before you vote ONCE MORE
da Ily. And other will be "Would I trust this man to care
Chicago and San Francisco can be done on a smaller scalein when calm returns and the storm '
given away-.valuable gifts that for my wife and child; would I TO TtIK 111'lloC'nATIC0"1: : I 1\
has blown
every town that suffers at the hands of fate. The magic will find long and useful life .in ,We are asked itself out.to choose, leaders I' share with him a joint checking IN THE COURTSSeveral "CIKfl'IT-'PK TIIK ICIIIHTH JL'OK'I, I

formula that turns the task is a simple fiveletter'word many a home.A authorized tn'"think and tAlk nnH I account at: my_ bank;. will I followu.iuuzy .......f !hereby" .: .!announr_!.. .myfiuiuiiiHimn .eandil.1myi.effnndprornI.ei: ,,
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special feature of the school act for In wnere he leads .ce.-it nit niai* Aiinrn0MUI >
F-A-I-T-H. us affairs of :
spelled momentous -"t ttlnu
will be the distribution of a Import. On "a- bit >of' -0----' New Angles J Will I rl earnest enerirotle anil fnllbl
paper' ful, ,
o iH'i'fonminrtt of the duties of thfi,
recipe book compiled from favorite politicians refer td as "The Sacred j Winter Is .Best Time Be Decided On :>rr1The, I
YOUNG: FOLKS LIKE TO KNOW WHO'S BOSS recipes of local housewives printed Ballot" I continued support of 'ih<
we are '
urged to make ,
a For ru-mnfmtH. .of thin Clicult will tnjfltjjy
In the : Combating Rats This Month
Telegraph each week. .
tiny cross-mark beside this or that | appreciated.J.
At a meeting held in the court house Monday night several The publication of this book was name. Control Leader t'. ADKINS

S patrons of the school commented favorably on the way made possible through the cooperation To all but a pitiful few the Says The Murphy low-dollar tax redemption talneavtlle Florida.

in which J. II. Benson principal keeps tab on his chargesand of advertiser AFL'BUC names appearing on those ballots GAINESVILLE. Winter time law just can't stay out S rou NTVi'i-r'* ITTOH\K:,

requires them to be in the school at their duties during -- will mean nothing. Listed there Is the best time of the year in of the courts and another field day Hul.Ji'ct to the Dfnvic.-1'niK I I.j iiiiui.
AREAS TO BE are names of men you and I never j which to control rats of litigation seems to be in the I .. Kh'<'ti(,,n I |ICM.V ami.MIHIV '
allotted each for this PLANTED says GeorgeB. rHiiitlUuc>y for flat* Atti>rim"
: the hours day purpose. offing. Its
met-some we have never even Lay Rodent Control Leader of general provisions I 1-Jlk'litli: .ludlflitl.. ('Irti It, .-...up, ."
S heard of. Others hnve been upheld In previous decisions a \,Iii'--'i I1.I. '''. Hrmiritrrl.Christ I
The surprising thing about the incident was a high we i the U. S. Biological Survey in a
Levy and Union Countleiluiu
(Continued from Page One) have been permitted to 1 but there are still lots of
school youth who happened to be present and said : "Mr. gaze upon report to the State Agricultural vi.ie tLiul S mpitori' will I I 'I.{
from a distance as they waved Extension Service. mln"r points to be settled. ,.I..c.lIl1.'I, .
Benson keeps us at work but he makes us like it." these In nursery beds from which their arms and extolled their virtues -i quickest means of getting Baiting rid is the of The State Supreme Court has I T. iii- r'UlCAN:: -

But perhaps this bit of testimony by a young man who plants will later be available.] I upon a stump. I:I I rats but rat proofing and improved Invited all lawyers to bring In all Oaln"8\111., FiIIiIllHURRY '
Dr. II. B. Ilerlong has volunteered their and
cases them
Some of forheU'lngs
say he enjoys being made to stay in school and work rather 300 names will appear !;: sanitation and cleaning up prepare (DPI' We'LLLAT.E BE
; to root about rose cut- under the caption "For United I I i'around the home and : on a date to be set some
than to be left to the inclinations of his own idle fancy isn't tings In his special beds for the States Senate"-others beneath ]I I should not be overlooked.outhouses .Ime ret month. FOR THE COOKING'

so surprising after all if we stop to analyze it. use of the committee. The doctorIs | the heading "For Congress" "For j i i Red squill bait One of the cases to be settled is SCHOOL MOVIE
put out in the
Everyone will tell you that the teachers and profes. ors and a the"past-master"committee Is at fortunate this work to ,, Justice"For Railroa of the.Commission"Supreme Court and" |I winter lime will prove more eflectlve an action sale from of certificates Polk County which involving -/

most fondly remembered in after years are the ones who have his assistance.The many other offices. {I than when distributed in were less than two years old when ,I

were reasonably strict and who demanded respect and a cer- : colored people of East I With the thunder clapping in'> summer about because buildings rats are and concentrated other- the Murphy law became effective I

tain.amount of good, hard work from their students. The I I"easy" .' Starke have Indicated that they our ears the driving rain beating'' structures less bait is required to last June 9. j
to be outdone In the work Another ,
not Involves
are do cane the can.-
teachers, the wishy-washy disciplinarians might be I'I I a good job of killing as rats
ahd they have also formed an or- 'elI"tlon of 1937 taxes against
S courted for a short time, but they are soon forgotten. If ;1; ganlzatlon to promote beautlflcatlon. -I Aid For" China i I fatal 10 more amounts likely in to the eat: winter any bait In lands on which delinquent taxes
55 remembered at all by mature* men and women it is only witha Mrs. N. D. Walnwrlght. chairman '; a smaller area will have to be" | for 1030 and, prior years already
I|I The will be held of the Bradford County Red have been settled
regular meeting by public auction -
feeling that they, as students, were cheated of somethingby I ered with bait in order to give
i Cross Chapter, has received sale of
at the club house this afterr.oon an ape the tax certificates as I
being unfortunate enough to come under the negative (Friday) at 2:30 o'clock and all ,I peal from President Roosevelt and rat a fatal dose. { the :Murphy law provided. It came

influence of such characters. I I property owners who have and the national Red Cross organi I,: Distribution of bait is highly from! Tampa. where Jose Quin tans I 1'l.L
flcatlon problems. or who beauU-1 ization for funds to aid relief !II Important and success of bailing sal 1 Charles Culbreuth clerk of +IAVEMY -
Paradoxical as they might sound those few wordshe I I I depends on how and where 1
work la China. I the
terested In the work are cordially' Anyone wishing'to Circuit Court refused to revise HAT ON IN
makes us like it" tell a valuable story. Perhaps "easy" I Invited to attend. I contribute., this cause may II I bait Is placed. The U, S. government the oilinal satisfactions, and in- .

S teachers are unfavorably remembered because their influence ---+- leave money with Mrs. Wain-' ', which recommends Is red squat bait elude 1037 taxes. *l l ASCONtA
relatively harmless to
destroys some fine quality in a student that makes him LIKE A FISH OUT OF WATER I wright. I r mestlc animals and can, without doI I Another L. new_ case from Leonwoumy
-- -- involves the
f incapable of appreciation. It is doubtful if even the most (Continued from Page One) Ask For Exemption I extra hazards, be distributed more I whole structure of virtually the act. The MOVIE full of beauty ,
freely than I '
other .
poison bait material. .Lt How to keep skin Ic' !
astute psychologists could give the real reason. There is always Have Stephens Timber Corporation applied -
| you filed your annual application | the way 9 out of II) screen
; the question of cause and effect.! In this case we know 'schooner he reserved the spare for homestead exemp- I On farm ; for an order requiring PaulV. I do-with Lux Toilet Soap.tlI"1
premises the .
bait Lang clerk of
court here to deliver
-t: not the cause but the effect is unmistak ble. sails:: and brought them along. His tlon this ye8r Hundreds of'Bradford should be distributed In late afternoon ,certificates. already offered I tillS! rouge and powder' all
cabin began to leak and he told his
tS _ _o County property owners have after chickens and other and bought at a sale. said with! LUll Toilet Soap's
hired the mizzen Lang
man to get
span- not filled the
yet out lather
necessary stock have settled down removes them tkurouciy : -
ASK YOURSELF HARASSING QUESTIONS ker sail and spread it over the roof blanks and filed them 'at the office rata will have the first chance so that the couuty coaiml.sslon: Instructed -fluiirdu agulnft (: at him to \...hhold the certificates
558 to stop the leaks. The man of Tax Assessor F.. W. Hayes. i it. metlc Skin. Be sure to keep
Rotary, in its first year in Starke, has had a fine influence didn't know a spanker from a garbrnrd This procedure Is necessary In order Red squill is slow | )because! the amount bid for settle-: you,.,leln smooth and clear lh
S : strake and grabbed the first to qualify fQr exemptions under with acting. Thus mit was not adequate, and low LUll Toilet Soup waylLUXTU1LET I
in the bait
community and the president, L. A. Gray, was freely and abundantly settlement constituted a dissipation -
sheet he found. When the captain the law The application must i
able to make a report of the year's work that was so out- Inspected the Job he jumped up be filed each year. between Janu. Cary distributed an find so that all the rats of public trust funds.

standing it has attracted the attention o'f the national organ- and down In anger, spluttering 1 and April 1. Blanks are fighting nome for without hunting or Lawyers here said: they expected SON'1J
a portion there Is another case would raise the .
ization and is what can't be repeated here, end- now available at the assessor's of time question \
being reprinted in circular form to be used in I Ing with "You d--d swab! Just fice. for all to partake, before re- of the effective date of in .

the furtherance of extension work. At an early date we think mistaking the flyln' jib for -

hope to have space enough to print the report in full. I, the spanker! Go to the devil!"' This his cabin stood foi \it Is as "spur-

One of the chief benefits of Rotary is that it gives a Incident broke one fluke of the los versankt" as If hit by a Ger-
'skipper's anchor and.be was never man submarine during the World
., man something to strive toward. For instance a "Vocation the samo man since. \Var.t4J'SOAP.

S Service Score Card" was recently distributed and members Desiring to have everything ------

'- S were asked to score themselves on each question asked. There ililpshapc. the captain could never :-r -'--- '.
get n worker to please him-they \ -c\l "vi' er Jil4 ?
was no }beating-around-the-bush about these questions. They ,;
'vere all so careless. But at last 'J r IM A '
Were straight' from the t ONE S\ ,
and answered honestly 1e got one who more than filled C \ ., ,I -

there is little doubt that most of the scores were entirely too the bill. lie must have been a WOMAN 0 -. I '. -
S vag acquainted with his employ- S
low. '
er's Idiosyncrasies. After hoeing SINCE I LEARNED -.7 o

Others might do well\ to check themselves. !' by theseS !' raking and sweeping with a broom --' 'ABOUT LIFEBUOY FOR 1IIktI ___ \

standards] irnund the he scrubbed
: orange trees ,
,S "When I their stems, then painted them I BATH AND COMPLEXION lttdhY I
am party to a lawsuit do I interpose a techni-
with some red paint he found In COMPARE
cal defense when my case! has no real merit?" an oki l can. When the captain I AT THAT FREE MOTION' \ ESC

"If my automobile is tagged do I face the situation or :"und his "spars" thus colored he PICTURE: COOKING SCHOOLDont IVlTHLOW FAR

try to use a little influence to get out of my prelicamentT'S 'izmst choked with rage. He w DRIVINQ!COSTS J
tnrted a tirade that wQuld have iw
S "When an employe is worth more money than he is get put a Halifax mate to shame, but I w__ '- C4..... .,...,

0 ting do voluntarily raise his wages or do I expect him to like billows sometimes so pile miss the movie r .,,,.. 0 n-

; ,, ak for it ?" themselves on top of each other, "The Bride Wakes Up".J'OU'LI AT 1/4 THE ",,....,,,,,,

In a narrow channel through a COST ,,,,, "'ep5",,:.. C. "'I"
"Would I tell OF
valuable DRIVING "
a about
employe an opening in I .J .
reef. till they can't get through learn a toe M that swell Motion I'"' .. .
another business: possibly with a competitor, which is: better but have to fall back, likewise his X Picture Cooking School. But no costs W to .,II"'",:, ",.. ".11.1

i than any opportunity I can offer him or would I conceal I worrf3 got: jammed In his larynx: mount of good cooking will holds hus- I IT..... lhn It dos tranlla to drlv ODe el Florid Molar ltat' tttxarlont new S.." S"a5; t' ;U; '
your own fl.
automobile ,
that information and all he could do was to give band if his wife is careless about"B.O.". trouble. loo with convenient ichdulM Thr.. a .lot is. W. r", i", in
? ,
the man a hearty kick. Now, Dainty women always keep plenty principal .tatfou rlflhl la the heart 0110-.0 frequent d.pUl1ar. sad ...." .....," "s't. ::-1" '
"Did I ever take advantage of a man's destitute condition "'pars are sometimes coated with of Lifebuoy on their ihelves.Trjey know TOOT car br traaqer' to unknown gariq**. BO wear paikla. no drl wtaor el p5 r,.. II-'ai ,,, ,
to hire it stops"B.O.",gives lotting fratnta, ., automobile. Let the folks enjoy) toe on your nerrei ot ,.i.;k Ito:; Milu.
; him for less than I would pay to another equally transparent varnish or painted are as much family eat while you're gone and ; '.''',.... 1I""t ,
And its mighty good for the complex as 71 pet cent ol your trtnaportaUoo t 'H.
qualified man who doesn't need the job as badly and can holdout I white. or black but who ever sawa ion. Keeps your skin the way your bus- costs.IlEASLEY'S to "Po','..."'''''''01",. -.Mf t ,.,' ,
red ? O the ; ..
spar painted sacrl"gr .. _
.. (14'
-4 for a better ?" ban loves it-soft smooch SERVICEI ''' ..r.. : '
wage healthy ''''' ".. "
This Incident broke the sec ,. .':;;,
% s "If I have agreed with my competitors on a cer'tain ond fluke of the anchor and after .20..Lifebuoy's% milder I..\ t'ONAVAV, AgrntUppnsilc n,: ....t ._ ;" : t 11.:1:

scale of prices!' do I cut those prices in order to land] a good II that the sorely tried skipper just by lest than I Iioips"I (, ourthotfjeS7A7ON :';ns"C., '_ ---: .- I;t.9,,.: .; ':
drifted ;
order when I think I can get away with it?" : with the tide. many so ....,.."., "-. -.. '.:t.'J
S I Eventually he took leave of the called"beauly "..,. :tr:1
These and other questions, equally as embarrassing to 'rck of his good ship and went soaps"anJ ."""("'It....,..,.:---" 1.1111 1I."ft II.""

the average person, were asked. How would you score 3'our-j :loft (or so It Is hoped). Only a "baby "'I.... 3.3.1: 2.1ft

self on an examination such as this? clump of crape myrtle marks like > 4,2:1: <<.11I
a solitary buoy the place where C..JHj.4p g Bmmt rn*



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