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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 11, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME SIXTY STARVE, FLORD.t; li'IUI\y, FElUn\ltV JJ, 1938 __ _____ NUMBER FIFTEEN

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Will Begin Campaigning In Bradford County JOBLESS FARMERS URGED TO SIGN WORK RED CROSS i

ELECTIONMAYBECALLED ___. ___..._..___.__.... ___00,__- '-"' ",,, ((309 I SHEETS WITHIN NEXT 10-DAY PERIODThe


dy f e'i Tf IIN COUNTY Board of County Commissioners WHEREAS, this same Informa- SENDS $300 TO rAID

+ u ';1 at Its meeting here Monday -I tion which Is on the 1937 WorkSheet

paused the following resolution must be secured for every

ON J COTTONGrowers 'CENSUS SHOWS\ : ,farm In Bradford County within HAMPTON

WHERt.AS. the new furm bill the next ten days in order that

+ which will probably be passed dur- Bradford County may receive its

'Want This To 2/3 Say They Want ing the present week by the Congress fan and 1 proportunate share of Money Used To Buy

Sea Island of the United States provides the national quota for all\ crops,
Be Exclusive e Clothing and Furniture -
More {Work{ -28SI that quotas be established particularly flue-cured tobacco

A reaCOMMISSIONERS I for almost every crop grown In and IrlHh potatoes, For Homeless
I On Relief
Bradford County, and THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED

; (J I V E WHEREAS, the census figures That this Board of County FIRE: OF 2 WEEKS AGOC
FLORIDA HAS TOTAL OF are not accurate enough oi1 suitable Commissioners of Bradford County -

5 FOR BEAUTIFYING 1! for establishing quotas for Florida, In regular session duly A I L I. E I> "DISASTER"A
157,147 OUT O} WORK:
various crops and assembled I this 7th day of February -

_IAn election to determine if I 1-- WHEREAS, only some thirty 1938 do hereby request and ivlnct-fall. for four ot five
:>Bradford County shall 'be cleclnr- Bradford Countr hRS :200: per I percent of the farms in Bradford urge every farmer in Bradford Hampton families who lost their

led, a cotton Production Control sons who say the.'me totally unemployed County are covered by 1937 Work County tip cooperate to the fullest homes by fire two weeks ago has

fArea will probably be called bylfhe 5A an y and want to work 288 Sheets and this Is where the Department extant In securing this data for' come In the form of u grant of

Board of 'County Commlsslon- employed< in Fedi'ral emergency of Agriculture( of the all\ farms Unit are not covt'rClby $300 from the National Red Cross

rs at its next regular meeting. projects and 243 who are partly United States will get Its Information 1937 Work Sheets '\ for direct relief of victims s
employed ana' desire more work, for establishing these County Commissioners of
election The grant was totally
'A petition asking for an unexpected
,, according to the census on total I quotas, andCOOKING Bradford County, Floitdn\ I and
,was presented to the board Mon- unsolicited as It did not
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and partial unemployment recently -- --- --- --- -
contained occur to connected with
day It the required I anyone
Number of signatures and the com- made public in Washington tho Red Cross here that the Hamp-
ftolsaioners: went on record as fav- I The census! was taken through' theI FILM 1 TRUSTEESASKED I ton Incident would bn classed asu .
months
post office department two
forlng the election and instructed I "disaster1 by the national organization -

I the: county attorney to examine ago. WILL BE SHOWN BY BOARD I ,
[the-petltlon fully to see if it was In the entire state tbere are I However It happened that H.

i 1n orJer and to- advise the board 1157,147 men aril women who say R. Rowland a Red Cross field rep-

f At Its next meeting as to the proper : "they are entirely or partially un- 2 TO RECOMMEND resent live was here Monday to
procedure In. calling an election. I employed or working on the WPA, MORJTTIMESLarge confer with MIH N D Wainwright -

cave (,'or Beautification I NYA, In CCC camps or other chairman of the Bradford
emergency work. County chapter, about other"mut
The commissioners promised $75o Figures for the entire nation Crowd Attends List of Teacher and Principal .ers, The subject of the Hamptonfire

the Staike Improvement Club ;j showed 5,821,035 totally unem- First Session Yesterday Preferences AreII'anled came up and Mr Rowland
I to be granted when sufficient j I ployed and desiring work, 2,001- said, "Would two or three hundred

(funds are on hand that can be used ) 877 emergency workers and 3- liy March 1 dollars help you out down there?"

[for that purpose The money will / 209,211 part time workers who Mrs. Wainwright wag overjoyed

Ite spent on shrubbery and plantsto need additional employment, The School Board at its meet- I ut the suggestion and Raid she had
[ beautify the court house I making: a grand totul of more A large number of home-makers Ing here Monday requested the I not thought of calling/ on the Red

[grounds, R. F Clark appeared t1A; v than 11 million men and womenin attended the first showing yesterday "- trustees to make their recommendations i Cross for help Mr Rowland said

[before the board to make the re- : yat the nation's army of unem of "The Bride Wakes Up, for teachers and. principals -. that whenever as many families
the motion picture cooking school
[quest. ployedYOUNG". were made homeless there
----- of all county schools by Monday as were
offered free to the the
", In addition to these matters, the Zach H, Douglas, young Gaines- State Board of Bar Examiners for I ----.- ----- Telegraph at the Ritz public Theatre by March 7, Members J. H. In the Hampton fire It was classedas

,following business was disposed ville attorney, was In Starke Wed- two years. Although Interested., DEMOS The film will be shown again\ Moore and W P Smith were pres- a disaster
f: nesday, at which time,he made his in pollUca as a staunch supporter I The money was wired! almost
I this:!! afternoon ( Friday) at 3.30r'clock : ent.Tho
Mrs Annie Green was placed on formal announcement for state's of the Democratic Party since old TO MEET and Satutdny morning at following business was Immediately to Mm Walnwrlght

he Pauper Roll at $2,00 per attorney in the Eighth Judicial ; enough to vote he has never before :I YEAR 10 o'clock, tmnHHcted.: Horn Washington and has been
OFFICERS FOR WILL used In
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onth; Mrs Ida Chase was nlljl Circuit. Ha Is a native of Alachua been a candidate for public office. BE ELECTED ON Dally gift awards are made, and It wits moved by Mr Smith and buying food clothing, furnitureand
for the homeless
some
| >wed $300 per month; and J H County, thirty-nine years old, and ,, lie is married, has one child And FEB 18 another pleasant surprise for those aecondi'd'by Mr. Moore that the families. It'8' understood that

,;Manning was allowed $3,00 per was admitted _. the practice of is a Mason and a member of the attending Is the free distributionof specifications for paint und work
I only one of the fire victims car-
Ijnonth.' law April 23.1923 He has main- I Presbyterian Church ills wife T Frank Landrum, president of a souvenir recipe book compiled on the Rising School building be tied Insurance as Hampton has

Mrs: Kate'Sturllng, at her own tained an office in Gainesvillesince was formerly Miss! Julia Taylor I the Young Democratic Club of and 1 printed by the Telegraph placed l In the office: of the countySuperintendent been without fire fighting facilities -

equest was placed upon the Widows his admission to the bar, Ellis, of Tallahassee. Mr. Doug Bradford County, this week culled' tPom the recipes of local housewives and that bids betaken and rates have consequentlybeen

[' : pension list, and applications and Is senior member of the firm las has been Identified as the law- I u meeting of the organization for that appear In the* paper for samo These specifications high

lft!>r the allowance were approved of Douglas & Schad. He was educated yer in jnuny noted criminal trials I Friday night Feb, 18, at* the each week It Is a gift that every will be available March 9. ---. -.1'-
for Mrs. W S. J Parker; Mrs Jean at the University: of Florida In circuit couit lIe will begin court house An election of officers -' woman will want to keep for years All bills for same to dale were ordered -

asklns. and Delia Manning and CtimbwIinKj Universityand active campaigning In Bradfoid'i''I will be heUfund: a member- In addition to the local recipes, paid. $2,917 PAIDIN

[II was decided to pay District was a member of the Florida County about March 1' ship drive planned, he said. some new and very valuable ones Elum Lewis was given permission DECEMBER

gist ration Officers In the county --- .- -' .. -- -- --' ____ I I The Importance of the meetingwas lire romantically presented, by the to return on the Highway\ in
$$00 each and In, addition I stressed in a recent communication talking/\ motion picture showingthe ''the I Hflerpoons on his route Southof ASSISTANCE: TO AGED AND

thereto 15: cents each for every GROWERS TOLD NO BERRIES : to Air Landrum from the plight of the bride who did Starke BLIND SHOW STEADY

[person registered during the I ; state organization which said: "In not know how Impottunt It IH for It was moved( by Mr Smith and INCREASE

S ring registration, period. I view of the fact that this Is an every woman to know t that greatest Mr Moore that an
flN'onllcll by
I If the State of IIl'ts---111e preparation of u Bradford' County Is now receiving
(The purchase of a Typewriter Tp PLANT In Large Quantities election year and that election be- culled In Woodlawn fir
mom through Old Age AsHistnnce -
local tasty meal\ I
tollector's office I Club as well as jour organization I for of
{ the Tax was and L/lwt'y the purpose con-
and aid the blind than
proved. !i will be called upon to func- Every woman In Bradford and lIolI communication was received MORE COTTON BEFORE MARCH tion actively In the coming primaries surrounding counties H invited to carried as to Graham nchool for was received for both age assistrnce -
and general relief In June
i and especially in the Gen come and see how thin young bride the of whether
trpm the State Tuberculosis SnnlItoflum I purpose deciding
1U37, It this weekIn
was pointed out
Election to be held this solved her
I eral year problem. Make It a
at Orlando refusing: to nccept I (the Graham children preferred go-j
( the State Club that immediately to attend free a statement by C C Codring
Plant Far Behind I urges you point the school Brooker Hampton TheSuperintendent
[ Ossie Prevatt as a patient pages Says Larger Acreage City I II put en a membership j I I either this afternoon or Saturday lug ti> or Instructed! to l ton, state welfare commissioner

Che Board having paid the ex- I Will Bring Better This Time Last : drive morning was nt Woodlawn.urnnnm I All Florida counties have benefit
' pedsos of Alvin Robinson, of nee the t"' I"le''L:: : I tel! both through reduction In
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, Brooker, In a Boys Detention Price Season New River, tirooKer ami their expenditures fur general relief -

Jfiilome, In Duval County for six ------ I Truman Futch and Lex Green--2 BradforditesMeet -- Hampton relative to consolidation uml\ through added assistance

months as per agreement In August Forty-five prospective cotton "No strawberries to amount- to propositions through the state welfare act, he

1937, It was decided to pay growers attended an interesting anything from Bradford County With Encouragement In Campaigns On motion of Mr Smith and I .

one additional month's expenses, meeting held in the Court House before March 5" was the prediction : -I seconded< by Mr Moore the Superintendent The figures, as obtained from

'ntid to notify the State Welfare I Saturday afternoon County Agent of growers and shippers here Truman G Futch and R. A'I i da's second district has learned a I and Board plannedto I II reports to State Welfare head-

'Board that further npproprlaItiona T K McClane began the meet this week as the full effect of re-I Green, two products of Bradford let in his several terms at go to Jacksonville Friday to quuitera here show that during
for that was Impos- cent cold weather became evident WIlSh-1 I arrange for the purchase of mar I' June of lust Bradford County -
purpose : ing by telling the growers that In County, who are running for Important -I ington lie has found year
alble because of insufficient funds.BfA all probability there would be a Plant City*has at" last reached |: political positions, are receiving how to get Information und action tonal for the new building at I i had 10 cases, representing. 75

communication was received poisoning program for the boll a belated peak and Is flooding the {I some encouraging and upon those things/\ of Interest Starke I Individuals who received general

['from the Board of County Com- I'I weevil In 1938 very similar to the market with good quality fruit. I I highly complimentary press no to his constituents, those things The bill\ WHs., pproved by I the relief to the amount of $131, O,

Binlssloners of Clay County endeavoring one In 1937. He also stated that Foity-eight cars rolled from that ,i tices. tending to benefit the people of all fnurd to pnytKnlght i / & Knight I and that it then had 103 Old Age

to lease Its County In the new farm bill, if It Is passed point Saturday, and sixty-one The following clipping from a'' Florida He has demonstrated his $30!) 00 for validating refunding Assistance canes receiving $1,-

PrIsoners to this Board, no action us planned there will be no penalty Monday', according to government recent Issue of the Florida State awareness of the entire New Deal ( bonds of Special Tax School District i 01870. The total amount expended -

;Walt taken as the County Prisoners for growing Sea Island cotton. reports Prices have remained News at Tallahassee concerns Mr. II program and Its general popularity No. 18 Prooker The bill was for the month by the county for

of this county are now leased to I INbssuu Mr McClane also warned grow- steady at around- fix and a half Futcth who was born In Hamptonand ; he has been In the van In sup1- approved for payment of H. & W relief under the two categories

County and the Board of ers to be sure that the seed they to seven cents. Shipments from attended public school In port of those projects Intended for B. Drew ("0. for piloting of said was 9356,85.

|Sounty:,: Commissioners have no far I 1 were buying were certified seed there are still far behind what' Stake: the welfare of the average citizen bonds in the amount of $79,00, In December 224 residents of

,iCtUtles for housing or handling and said that he has a list of all they were at this time list year, I TrumanG of the United States The request for the janitor at Bradford county received Old\ Age

l isoncrs, on work projects. the certified Heed In the state and -however. I "Former State Senator the "Some who doubted the cam Hampton to work five, nix: or Assistance pay checks amountingto
| for
iBRThe Clerk was authorized and will be glad to tell anyone January WAil the heaviest month Futch Is a candidate paign length of the faimer- sa"rrn days per month: hiring. the. $Z,917,1'0( > from M I'i> state and

fdirected to place the Board's por- i whether the seed he Is buying {s at Plant City last year and by i Democratic nomination as Court Justiceof In teacher-lawyer from Stftike. with summer to kxep, grounds In order federal government, and u. ;aunty
the Florida Supreme
this time more than 10,000,000 was lieI'led. woe then expending $122,00 for
Itutn of the first Race Track DIs- good planting seed or not. No 2. Senator Futch has I the tditlon of Florldn's largest
tribution in the General Fund I Ipj I Mot McClane then IntroducedW. pints hud been shipped with a return Group state's In the city to his dlstilct, may still wonder I. H Cody was appointed principal I-I general I relief.Bummed ,
served I
The Bradford County Telegraph H Hayes, of Gainesville, Sea to growers of around a million as circuit attorney He also has '' what happened back In Junes I of Lawtey Junior High School 1 up, 224 persons were
'was designated as the newspaper Island expert employed by the dol"II'S. At the end of last 15th judicial of 'I' of 1930.: "Uncle Joe' sears war and Mrs. Helen Cody was appointed receiving Old Age Assistance la
his home Leesburgas
served rity
linjwhlch the 1938 Tax Sale willbe state to assist In 'production and week only 3COO.000 pints had been'ahlpled for,fourteen I a popular opponent, WAil a good teacher for the second grade In I December us compared to (103 In
| :'pdverttsedtt sale, who spoke to the gathering from which growers had city attorney years I representative from the state-at 'the. same school for the 1938-39 June, while the county's income

| was decided to exchange the about the history, the past year's received around half a mlll'on!' He has an unusual legislative I large, but he lost to one who showed teiin.G i.om this source Wall $2,91700 an
record and the expected price In dollars.As record having served In the houseof folks In how polnIcally compared with Its outlay of
fold Todd Check Protector for a a big city R McGiiuley was appointed
Is being experienced at Plant' repiesentatlves for Lake County $655$ in June. .five
Seventy
and safer machine with In- 1938. Mr. Hayes said: "No section \ canny a chap from a smaller principal for Biooker Junior High persons
|hewer 'I
City, it id predicted that freight'cars during the xesalons of 1918, were on generul relief In June
In the world sucha
can produce be.
urance Feature Included for an place can School for the school term of
cotton In this will carry tt"much larger percentage ': 1919, and 1021. and served In the :and 1 67 In December receiving
can
[exchange price of $37.50. staple as we "We believe our congressman! 1838-39,
the of the Bradford County: crate senate In the sessions of respectively 131.50 and 12200.
ftThe Board on DecemberIl territory and on the whole thispast
having
his more iibllity
crop this year because of the lowered : 1929, 1931.: 1933 and 1933.: He was developed The following drivers were puton General relief and Old Age Assistance -
hut
t, 1937, authorized and directed staple was very good last year In Washington than In
| year a Hilary of $5000) month,
minimum load This has been elected president of the senate In per expenditures for the entire -
IjUM Clerk to. transfer certain funds can easily be Improved upon. We two of his
cut to 13,000 pounds with freight the session: of 1933: and served any previous years effective as follows: mutt: during June were :$111-
from the Fine and Forfeiture Fund can no longer look to the Islandsoff 1 the like
at Capital.'e
ItA1 the General Fund the Clerk the coast of South Carolina .or charges $1.53 per! 100 pounds plus| with much credit to himself I experience the h9 has battled for asquare lI i J. M Reddish January 31 1938 907,20 Old seed used to $59,50 refrigeration to New York I "The senator his a wide acquaintance way Sam Molt, February 1, 1938. for December was $364,459.
One shipper estimated that this i throughout the stateand J. E Brown, Date to be fixed Aid to the blind was not Included
but must make effort
the Fine and Forfeiture Fund. ago, every and the he turned :
t ere way
seed would make the cost of placing a J In well and favorably known' when bus arrives In the statistics, as this
to ;
pplications were received from produce our own planting 'thumbs down' on an unfair wages
.. ) tight here In Bradford County"Mr crate of berries In New York by I and many of his friends feel that and hours meallure.'e expect It was agreed that all negro form of public assistance did not

|- Hayes complimented the freight at around seventy-two I hts long service to the slate In alegislative ;, his 1938 record to his fine school will begin July 1. begin until January of this year

for Pauper Allowance which were county agent highly for his undertaking cents, I capacity will be a great service In 1937: surpass It was moved. by Mr Smith and I Since funds for the payment of
to make this county a pure HAd It not oeen for the freeze j) asset to him should he be elected seconded by :Mr Moore to eliminate Old Age Assistance and aid to
refused. of two weeks ago it Is believed i': "There \Is no good reason why two teachers in the Lawtey the blind from the
.*_ __ __ I Sea Island Cotton District as the to the high coun come: beverage
1m that four or five cars of berries j Jacksonville should! try to run any colored school: one at once and tnx and mulching federal money,
buyers will give preference to cotton "He possesses a splendid legal
Change In Distribution would have been loaded out of the i of Its outstanding men against our the other at the end of the present three benefits lire made possible
which la grown In counties mind and IK well trained In the i I
WPA this week. congressman this May, This Is school month unless the attend
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1J'rs ,
Raymond county
Rubye that they know to be absolutely practice of Jaw having been admitted without new taxation, as promised
around Starke Is said to no time! to think of sending a ance Improves, The same motion
said i I
mmdlty supervisor yes- free from any short staple cotton. Acreage ] to the Florida bar In 1912" I by Governor Cone In his campaign::
,day that clients who have beenI Mr Hayes stated that In his estimation | be about the same us last year, al- i frenhmin' to Washington from carried to eliminate one teacher statements
distributions at the Su- though that In other parts of tht'l I \this district: Rat'tt: is a time! at Water Oak colored school at .
i ceivlng the acreage planted tot I | GREEN rOU ('(>.V((KESS I I -
|W"nnea Store will be served from Sea Island Cotton In Florida In county Is believed to be slightly to return 'LE',, Green, who knows once
|Rte commodity warehouse thisWWk 1938 would probably reach 40,0001 I leas I In regard to Mr Green the In- '' and\ appreciates the needs and The Board accepted the bid, of For CommissionerT

[' Instead. Apples, oranges, acres and that this Increased production I riucntlal Suwannee Democrat of problems of our people, and who Lloyd Green to furnish gas for the L. V/a Inwright announces
Irtce. and lard will be distributed should boost the price of', The U S.: Weather Bureau Is r Live Oak hud the following to say will work earnestly and constantly County owned buses at 17'3 c per that he will be a candidate for the

.urmday, Friday, and Saturday I said to be correct In-Its predictions'' in a recent issue. for the developai"t of this rtjloa gallon and E 3olube oil for lie per Board cf County Commissionersfrom

[jtibrnings from nine'til( 12 o'clock. (Continued On Last Page 87 per cent of the thne"I "The congressman from Florl- and of alt Flo.Ida. quart the Lawtey district



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BRADFORD COUNTY TWwnn\PTtSTARKE.. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. FEBRVAKV

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; HERE---ARE- SOME GOOD RECIPES Ing powder. One and one-half GUM BRANCH WOODLAW'N, I DO BLE-RUN'--- to 197, both IncluHU" --

nuts. Drop by tea to $422.79. ''I
chopped
cups Annie Mae Hum Cor. Mrs. Oscar Carter Cor. Mrs.V. A. Cor. ALSO ,
BOOK age, Tyler. : BWVt of His .
LEFT OVER FROM OUR FREE spoonsful on greased floured pan. 8 S. R. 21 12. uonu'", ,, I j;
Place one-half nut on each cookie Mrs. E. J Hill returned to her AcreH, more or lean. .
Mr. and Mrs W. R. Kersey and Miss Mary Graves of Rising, The taxes to b.. nold .11, ,,
and bake slowly. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yarbrough and home In Plant City last Friday, spent the week-end with Miss Em- by certificates N"... 24i; "i '.' i
The Telegraph regrets being unable to Include all the local :MIss Amelia Ray. after spending some time here lUll and I1U3 r""I'"c"I\i , "
dinner (
. sons, Clyde and Aaron were aline Morgan.Mr resent the unpaid, ,tu\> '
on hand In the book that was compiled for distribution at the of Mr. and with relatives.J. year 1914 I 11437 i J" 'i
recipes I guests Sunday ? and Mrs. Marcus Conner of t": ih"'h' ",", .,". ,.
that leftover Carrot and Pineapple Salad S. Norman and Othma amounting. $ .
However here are some good ones were of Wood- sons
school. Mrs. E. E. ,
rbough
cooking
Rising: visited Mr. and Mrs. L. U. AMSUl SKVi & Kij' i ,,
and we are sure every reader will want to clip out and save. One package Lemon Jello one I I lawn.B. and Truman, left for Webster Morgan Sunday. He... 4 TI"| M H. It J 'I I II,,'
pint of warm water, two table- Monday to work in the strawberries talnlnir )t40AcrtH, m<">i "i .
spoons of vinegar, pinch of salt M. McRae, of Pine Level Jay Bryant Raymond Bryant, The tat see to lie Hold. ,in i.. ",i"h I. '

CANNING KK('II'ES one cup of raw carrots grated, and was visiting relatives In this section Mrs. Mamie Lou Hersey of Nolan Bryant, and Leaton Morgan l hy 1913 reftiriratew and 1H8.1:. rennectlvi NOH 18., HIM u', i I',"' :

one cup of crushed pineapple. Sunday morning. I Jacksonville is spending this week Jr., made a business trip to resent tha tax, ,,.H for thi \ ?, ".i 1 r.
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First are some canning recipes that have come to us highly recommended : to 11.17: holh InclUHlvi-. ,
Mr. and Mr A. J. Jacksonville "
Dissolve Jello in warm water Yarboughand with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Saturday. to $823.98.ALHC .
this of work. We ,
; by women who are experienced In type add vinegar and salt. Chill. When Misses Annie Mae and Leila 'S. Norman. Willard Rigdon was visiting In 1 ): N'U' Except, I sv\ ,

suggest that you save these until the various vegetables mentioned are slightly congealed fold In carrots Harnage were visiting Miss Effle NW>4 & BMW of N"1'1 i i I"
Mrs. J. S. Norman, Mr. and Jacksonville Saturday. 8 s. It. 23 .:., uontulnin,, ,,,,. ..,
in season and then put up enough of them to last your family throughthe and pineapple and place In molds. Crawford at Bootsey's Beach, Sun Mrs. O. J. Norman, Mrs. L. R. Miss Ella. Mae Sapp, of Gum Acres, more or less. '

winter months next :year. Chili until firm. Unmold on crisp day night. Denmark and Mr. Ma ml* Lou n..h _.n..nt YXroitno.Hair.. .. nlirht hy The...P"taxvH".'.'.to. be"' Hold_ ..n ar,"d'. i \ ''d"I....
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lettuce garnish with mayonnaise. I Miss Dorothy Norman spent Hersey were visitors to Theressa with her run brother-in-law "and---D"-sister 1027 and ii-13:: renpecllvely; :, :.,i : '
Carrot Spinach Serves eight. recent the taxes for the v,"OI.r'J,
In Pine Level
Saturday night
Gather the spinach fresh early section Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Conner. to 1IU7, both Inclusive '.n
Peel and scrape good. Cut Into Mrs. W. E. Middleton. with Mills Odessa McRae. Mrs. Maggie Browning Is visiting to $5H4.65.
blocks or cubes boll good until in the morning. Wash thoroughlyand AI.HO: W% of SWV, 8e i T,
Add pick free of stems. Place In Misses Hazel and Lora Crews, her brother in Jacksonville. MISSION HALL 8 !:C. II. 23 10... containing, .i
tender and pack In cans. one- do Lightning Cake of Jacksonville were visiting Miss Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Thompsonare Acren, more or I.......
cooking vessel (but not use At the
half of salt to each service Tuesday night The ,.
teaspoonful taxes to Hold ,
The for Je are ""t I ,.
following recipe lightning
Martha and Elizabeth
can and cover top with hot water. aluminum ware) and boll until Mary Kirk- spending athlle with their there was splendid attendance and by certificate NOH. IBS ami,,. .:

and boll hour. tender. Place In cans and add one cake which was given by land, Sunday afternoon.Mr. son, Money Thompson, at Dukes spiritual 1 Interest throughout the of 1913 and 19si: respettkreDre1t'nt ,n ",
Seal one
the ,
Mrs. W. B. Alexander makes a unpaid tnxp- ,
'
teaspoonful of salt to each and Mrs. W. R. Kersey were Station. meeting. year. 1911 to 1937 both .n ,
Miss Amy Moore. cnn'j delicious cuke In short time and I
a Mr. Little Gullda Marie Norman amounting to $315.55.
Seal and boll for fifty minutes. visiting and Mrs. R. N. Craw-
Is Beginning at Genesis and following Ar. O: K'4 of SR'i'
inexpensive: ford celebrated her fourth Sat- ; ni 'II ,
Miss Etta Tlson. Sunday birthday
night. through to Revelation the Sec. 6 Tp. 88. R. 22 K.. .
Tomato Juice 1 cup sugar Mr. and Mrs. A. J. of urday with a party. She is the Ing 20 Arren, more or l I.. ,-
Williams leader showed how Go manifested
1'a flour The taxed to he Hold ,
cups are 's I
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leamon
Select good ripe tomatoes. Wash Canned Ilcans Jacksonville dinner .
I were hv
1 guests himself to man especially through certificates NoN 288 and *(
and cut each tomato into four or Select young strlngless beans heaping teaspoon baking pow Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman. Those who enjoyed this the Gospels which was the 1920. and 19MI: renpertlvrly. ., "t i iresent i
der canter -
affair with her Little Rich- ; the taxes for the yet.LA i
and for were
as cooking.To
six sections and place In cooking prepare Sapp.
of 1937, both inclusive ,
1 tablespoon vanilla. the study this week. Of am"m"
vessel and bring to a boil. Then enough water to cover one I ard Carter, Floyd, Bernice, Earl to $62.66.
seedor gallon of beans about 3 Sin the dry ingredients into a Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and Valaria Denmark and several special interest was the description ArK: SKI of NKH' A v. I
to snapped (
run through press remove mixing bowl. Melt six tablespoonsof spent Sunday witn her parents and use of the Cherubim anda N K" H..c. 6 Tp. 8 H. K. 2. >:
skin place in cans adding one- pints) add: one-third cup salt; one- Mr. and more. Mrs. Norman served cake onntttlnlnir 120 A""'.", nor*
H. M. McRae. of further of the
P4rs. has
third nnd one-half butter and add to dry Ingredi- and hot chocolate.Mr. study subject less,
halt teaapoontul of suit and one- cup sugar; cup ents by making hollow In center Pine Level. geen asked for in the near future.A The taxed. to he Hold are evl'i, ,
halt teaspoonful of to each vinegar. Bring to a boil nnd then and Mrs. Sebe Harris of by certirirnteH' NOH.. 28lvHnd I '
sugar add snapped beans. Break two eggs In a cup and add Misses Leila and Geraldine Har- Dukes very small girl sang simply 1934 and 193: ipnp..ctlvely, an' I Irenent "
: can. Seal and boil for thirty min milk until tinge station were visiting Mr. the taxes. for the .
cup is full. Add this were visiting Martha Eliz and aweetly a solo of consecration I yem-
utes. Bring to a boll and boll 30 min and Mrs. A. A. Thompson Sunday to I 19.17 hour Inclusive am"1" >
utes. Seal while hot. to dry Ingredients and butter. abeth, and Raotiei Kirkland Sun- afternoon. which was generously received I to $336.29.

Mrs. L. G. Powell. Beat thoroughly. Bake in either day afternoon. and appreciated. A beautiful Bible I AL.HONR1: .! of NE'. K..,. "
This amount fills three quart J. S. Norman and son O. J., I 8 M. H. S3 10:., containing. .

Grc..n Beans jars.To serve: Drain liquid from loaf or layers.airs.---- -w.Frost-. -ta.: Alexander.if. -desired. Butler Miss is Elvie spendingthis Edwards, week of Lake with WAfO Hilliard n __ _. vlalHnoP. __in.__Valero_.. _ILTf_.. last nri__<_4 Friday.Vf_uw..*. _..."",.. oiaer- was gins'presented in appreciation to. .one. of 01- ma the-. I. bv Acres,certificate no':, !","_"mote_... r.*_. nr"Nose.. len......0 188: are_ _and_ ..v,i,,.>:,

I her parents Mr. and Mrs. splendid Bible memory work.If 1418 and 19:13: .
Prepare beans by washing: beans. rinse in cold water and let H. L. respectively anilrenent ,
.
Half I the taxes. for the ,
thoroughly and removing tips of them stand awhile before you add Pound CakeCret Edwards. BOOTSEY'S you have not yet attended the 19.17. both inclusive amoin YPaIto ..

the pods and strings. them to the pot containing season rn almost ','a pound of butter Mrs. Audrey Newmans of Jacksonville BEACH weekly studies put Num. 10:29: into to $iii O.88.

Brake in pieces about three- ing. Cook beans until tender. with 1% cups of flour. Beat spent the week-end here lUlu Effle Crawford Cor. practice and enjoy the profit AI.KO:See 8B'4' 8' Tp.Except 8 S. R.NK1SE'4 22/, ,I':'

fourths of an inch In length. Placein Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. 5 eggs lightly and add 114 cups of with relatives. Miss Mildred Chesser, Floyd and fellowship of the meetings. containing lend ; 120 AcreH, moi.. ,
sugar a little at a time beat well +
sack or wire basket and boll Miss Hazel Sapp Is on the sick and Marvin Rosier. Jack Johns The taxes to be Hold are eVIdri. ,
about five flnutes. Green Fees and add to butter and flour with 1 list St. Petersburg today has a pop- by certificate No*. 985. 451 i
Drain this
and cool week. We Miss
hope her a Marjorie Thompson and Miss
level 4&8I of 1928 1931 and 19.1.1: ,r.-..
Prepare peas for canning. Wash teaspoon of baking powder. ulation slightly less than that of |
and then pack firmly in Jars. Fill speedy recovery. Effle Crawford were all visitors lively, and represent the taxi
thoroughly and Put In cold oven and bake 45 min the entire State In 1340.ISOTICK .
jars up with fresh cold water to place in sack and to the Ravine Gardens In PaJat- t hit ,yearn 1928 to 19.17: both i iHive
utes. nmountlnft- $24488.
scald for five minutes in
which one-fourth tablespoon of boiling PINE LEVELMrs. ka. last Friday.C. At.NOr: K14\(. & IJSi. of 8K'' ,
water. Then rinse through cold Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.! Of calM OP TAX NWH See. 8 Tp. 8 S. R. 2L S:
alt has been added. Adjust cover water and place in Jars. Add to H. M. McKae, CorrespondentMr. E. Crawford was a business CKHTIKIOATH I, containing 340 Acre. mot,
loosely and steam hour NOTICR IS:: HKHKBV GIVEN that I"HHThe. .
one and visitor to Dukes last
each quart Jar one teaspoonful of Chicken Salad Saturday.Mr. .enter Kite has filed( with me written taxes to be sold are evultn
seal.
Repeat the steaming process One and and Mrs. P. request. that the tax certificate bv certificate. No 3W. 439;; .
salt and cover with cold water. large hen (boiled until ten- Mrs. A. A. Hutchinson, B. Johns of ,,, \
for Ui rher wilt all subsequent omittedor
two U.8 of
consecutive 1929. 1911 and 193:1:
days. Seal: tight and boll three hours. der), one-half dozen hard boiled of Vanderbilt section spent part of Woodlawn spent Sunday here levied. taxen held by the State ,,, tl\ely and represent the taxi' ,"r." .1|

Mrs. Annie Richard. Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Jr. eggs one heaping cup of diced celery last week with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. with Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Craw- be advrrtlNfd and Hold to the high.. ., the year. 192 to 1937.: both n,
Cat bidder for cash an provided by .Rive, amountlnir to 73627.
ODDS AND three-fourths cup of choppednut Alvarez. ford.Mr. Chapter 18:98 of the 1931 act of I I I Al.HO: 10S of Nlii/.,. of NW .
ENDS meats, three-fourths cup chopped We are sorry to report the Illness and Mrs. Darby Gaskins and the tjpfrlMlttture.' uport the following: | t.:'., of mi; of SW s.... N. Tt 1
Then here are a few miscellaneous for dvHc-rtbect real estate. In the County ,I K<< Ft. 22 K., containing- A. r,.
I recipes pies salads sweet pickles one tablespoonof of Mrs. F. Fender and wish family Mrs. Jean Gaaklns and of Bradford. State of Florida more or lea*.

cakes. etc. Read these carefully, and then be sure to get your free : sweet pickle vinegar, two firm her a speedy recovery. daughter. Vlrgle of this section wit: The. taxed to he sold are evidenbv
local recipe book at the HUM of .VWU' & WH of NWVi to-I : certificate. No.. 290 and 15C"
cooking school.
I apples chopped fine and one-half Misses Helen and Dorothy Nor. attended church at Hellbronn I A SW'i' Section. S Tp. 8 South 1926 and 193:1: : respectIvely anil r

teaspoon of sugar. When chickenIs min. of Gum Branch were visiting Sunday and were dinner'guests of I Marine W Kant. containing ( resent the unpaid taxes, foi.
Orange; and I'lnrnpple Acres. more or lean.Tha 1921;; ,
year to IT)7. both hlll!H.
Sau.ecup
Cranberry .
gold and tender Misses Veata and Odessa Mr. and Mrs.
Marnraludo remove meatfrom I Mc Charlie Casklns, of taxes to be Hold are evidencedl.y umotintlna to $140.36.
4 cranberries bones and chop real fine add Rae over the week-end. Water Oak. certificates Nan. 198 and 1575 of Said. tax certificate tng-ethf *
6 large or 8 small IP23 und 1933, ,
oranges rvHDectlvely and rep- all
aubxequent omitted UTtaxen
: 3 small cans of crushed 2 cups water I chopped eggs, celery. nut meats Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and I Mrs. J. L. Gasklns of Water r *i<*-nt the taxes for the year 1922 will be Hold to the or high<

apple. pine- 2 cups sugar pickles pickle vinegar apples and Mrs. H. M. McRae and children Oak section was visiting friends to 1 sil: both. Inclusive, amounting bidder. at the Courthouse doi>iStarke
to $538.79.Ai.Sti
5 pounds sugar Boll the sugar and water together sugar. Mix with mayonnaise add- were recent guests of Mrs. I. J. and relatives here Sunday. : XKt' of K..l:1. : & SKV, of A. on[>. the 19.18: 25th.at ,ll:0u day: ur1.at. of .F"sly ,''

Peel for five minutes. Pick over ing salt, pepper and paprika to Davis at Sanderson. SK.(4( & E'.j of of NHL* & .
halt of the oranges-using NI i, of NW".J Keo. :l Tp. N H. I Oated thl" the I 5th ,*
day of K
and add the taste. Chill. Elder W E.
peel of the unpeeled half cranberries and cook Top with mayonnaise Hall of Green Cove I Passengers in transport planes It. 23: .K... containing Acre.. ary A. D. 1935.WFKLCJAL .

cut all fine rapidly without stirring until they and stuffed olive. Serves sixteen. Springs was a dinner guest of H. often see circular rainbows which more or Ie.... MKAb)

,. food chopper up mix or run all the through ingredients a- burst, which takes about five :Mrs. R. F. Demoresf M. McRae. Saturday. always have .the shadows of the by The certificates taxes to. be No Hold. 3811 are and evidenced 1576 of (A.Merle J. THOMAS.of
minutes. -As soon as popping of Robert Burnett, of Sampson.. plane in the center. Itt2t and 10.1.1 respectively: and represent Bradford County, fc'l i li
together and
hour. Pour In boll for one berries cease remove from fire Angel Food Cake spent Saturday night with Arthur the taxes for the yearn 19J5 3-11-'t.2-2G. j
jars and
up seal.
Mrs. Geo. B. and cool. This gives a rich heavy I One scant cup of flour sifted 'be- McRae.Mr. I

Flynn. sauce. ore measuring; one and one-half and Mrs. T. N. Norman and
.
I
MAY MAKE UNCLE SAM PAY
: Apple Pie airs james A. Lewis. cups granulated sugar; sift flour aaugnter, uoroinea, or Gum TAXES TOO

Four large fresh and sugar together five times; I Branch were dinner guests of .
I apples, three- twelve Mr. and Mrs. B. 11. McRae
fourths of Grape Juice egg whites, beaten until Sun
cup sugar two table- Six pounds of frothy, then add > /
spoons of butter one-fourth grapes mashed. pinch of salt and day.Mrs. ..
each of teaspoon Add one pint of distilled vinegarand one level teaspoonful of cream of J. E. Norman has returned t '
>
meg. cinnamon and nut- enough water to cover the tartar; beat until stiff but not dry. home after spending several days I .. 2' ':- '" '{ > :

Line pie plate with mashed grapes and let stand thir Then gradually sift in sugar and at Davenport on account of the ill- i ( /. : ,E r;: ",'.?,' .

the apples sliced real crust. Add ty-six hours. Then strain througha flour and fold In. Add one teaspoon ness and death of her daughter. ) <" .

with sugar. butter and thin. cover thick cloth' and aild, measure to vanilla flavoring and six teaspoons Mrs Ethel Moore. She died Jan. j. < t. <,

.1 Then cover with spices. measure of juice and sugar and of cold water. Pour into greased 10, after a long Illness. 'ff ,,. ,

cook top crust and boil for five minutes. Senl In pan and put into cold oven and --_ +-- .,tJ:
until done. jars. ,"' .- r't\ : !' ,
gradually bring temperature to FLA. STATE FARM .
Ili. ('rust I up :::; < :.
Take llrs. H. L. Brownlee. 400 gegrees and bake until cake W "II .? ,;'''
one cup of. flour, add a Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld Cor. 4
pinch of salt and two comes away from side of pan or I'.J V I I .' <,
heaping tablespoonfuls Nut Cookies. about 60 minutes.
of Crisco and mix Beat Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier have J .
with Ice four eggs very light, add Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. .. .. .
.
.water. Will make two one and one-half --- returned from a visit with relatives -I ..... ... I' ,,,
cups Two
; 3 crusts. sugar. H in Miami and in McIntosh. ,
Mrs. cups flour sifted with one-half ('heeteand Olive Sandwiches' V / ''/ / -I j,... '" .
Little
A. W. Anderson. Misses Inez Cutshaw
teaspoonful each of salt and bak- Work a cream cheese until .A..n \ .
-
Virginia :
smooth and Sewell Fay and Mary S .- ... '-1-
quantity of creamy olives ; add half the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kite had as ....... I I ,f. -1'00.. k ) IQ
finely
chopped their guest during the week Mrs. .
and moisten with 7/ I .IrI

NOT ONLY dressing. This mixture mayonnaise SIna Kite Blitch of Jacksonville.Mr. 1- : : -; :'-0.. / I
THE BRIDE may be and ;Mrs. Alfred Thrift of : 2 : i. vVltli, U 3
slightly moistened with I t. '""
.\ 'I "
cream and
St. George Ga., spent Sunday oil :: -1-1. -_.t1Ii.e.o I ( -V chasing I i Ii.
seasoned .'
with salt and -1-- - 5- .," .
cayenne. with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns. \ !}, fifths ol Ml
BUT ALL WOMEN SHOULD Spread between crackers. V J./. : ;.__: ._ h--_ :":. __l_.. /;( Fla I county's 20<
WAKE.UP" TO TilE Miss Anita Mrs. W C. Pendly and Mrs. I .A -75;; .Ii ::z lii r. \Y I 1/
FACT Courtroanch. acres shaded an-a
THAT THE Claude Johns and their visited '-' -
nEST IN HOUSEHOLD sons I- fj- 5"n.I ; !!J"", J I. :: map showing n" '
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EQUIPMENT: CAN I relatives In Macclenny, Mon- .l.__ :.;
IJE IJOUGHT HERE Pea nut Sandwiches ; I I fI'' acres acquired' pi nit
I Skin freshly roasted .lay. graphically' crisis c nfi, rIng
You will want these peanuts and .'r. .. 1\ 1 ,
Kitchen necessities after the reduce them to a powder In rr"' I taxpayers In a t
a meat
One cup brown sugar -1r- : ." ,: : k
Cooking! School. -1-; when Uncle Sam m> mtisltia
chopper.
See Our Window Display. Add salt and mix the One-half cup milk '4-_.- : % ... ., c'i.-'.,'.... :- over liUnU t.

Juice crushed nuts with fresh cream Yolk of one egg I I'\. 3 ?' : l unt1kannio.Ifl,
Extractors : 4 :
( cheese. Spread ;-1 BP.r : .
Glass the
.. .' 20c tween mixture be- Cook these Ingredients together' : U'i ( Iru antninli I aim's
slices
Pyrex Measuring of unbuttered graham and let cool.Cream !7" _>'f hunt! uril sink1"

Cups 25c bread. one-half cup butter and Iz K2', <. ,.-." ; q.. '" ._... ,.:j r. '- re<)mruen, Con
Pyrex Custard Cups Mrs. J. H. Courtmanch. ne cup brown Add I., I ". ;;-:; r / A IJC'r 1C. III

Pyrex _jfc- 15c I half cup sweet sugar.milk two one-well iff ;::4cc; ; ; I up.it Ir nnot.

Baking Dishes ;!: _$ to $2 Scald and Tomatoes eaten egg yolks, two cups of 1 tnxrsSim's: is' 1

Kitchen I remove peel and place flour and whites of two eggs well f: ;

Strainers, Forks, Spoons, spoonful whole In of quart salt jars.and seal Add one tea- beaten. ; %f/'Tl\ "f luwmu u ; ;

good.
Ladels Boil Combine this mixture
with
the
IJ-4- >
." _15c thirty minutes. -7--r't % I'on.pifft
ea. custard and then add one teaspoonful / 24 L". .u1ptr
Aluminum Cake Decorators Mrs. J. B. Sapp. of soda which has
been dissolved wl
> 0
\
._ 35c
.. ,
in one-fourth cup of warm water % '"
Pie le\'II'II Food Cake No. 1 and two teaspoons of vanilla. J %/ X *
and
Cake Two
Tins cups of brown
(round and with sugar creamd Use either dark or light Icing for lntlbare

square) one-half cup butter this cake. ( a, ,/ /, ., .' ,
lOc and 20c Three eggs' ; / .1*
Mrs. '
One Effle Miner. 4-Jzr:
Make cup water
Your Housework Easier Two and two-thirds

With UNIVERSAL KITCHEN :>before sifting cups flour HOW TO GO TO SLEEP _

Two teaspoons baking Mold ..y... wide ""..n. Sleep Collies
powder
i KEEPER ( One teaspoon cloves wait*.. :you up do 2 111I11J1"Irregularity
Electrical I A I.
.
One teaspoon cinnamon kalize, f.", ..., Kidney aclii l *. 2. iJently -

Mixer) $19.75 One teaspoon allspice ..v flush" the nut Irritation want. that Thin. .wuUew hetpH. you rll *.

. One-half teaspoon black tip causes Meanty fl..\v. frequent

Aladdin Lamps $4.95 ur ''One teaspoon nutmeg pepper 35t leisire* worth, burning of or backache.. let T'OLl.OWlYlO action by $'loridataxing authc. It let. federal agencies are ,II
green
tablet I
1 I Put cake together with dark tog buchu I..UVDM. Juniper! contain-...iI. etC \ If$ studying' the possibility of paying bond t. xes levied, against lands pi' tJ

F chocolate frosting. Just. say Ftuket*. the kidney .vn'-- by tile goveinment sultuwjiient to lee" Ince 0* Improvement bonds agalnt '.

1 Boil one good uant night to any drtijnrlMt aiut Ret .a -. I Involreil. Forestry authorities part nf w lib is huge holdings In Llbert> '.
l
cup el-ep -v.ff.l <
granulated nLTtllv
at (f'\It ofisur Icyl's .
sugar toe school ,
A 1th I'KNTKH'S, bonds hive: pronched Htate Comptroller for '''
/ DfU'll: J. M. Lee
enough water to HTORKHEREIN ..j. tl,3 \\t -'
cover until n : :'Qr' : of
attdy the
mixture Lor"on p"oll-. upon which h" based: his recommendations and Coil
. BRADFORD strings. Stir In Asset:or r II : t''Jc1: .IllS: tax I lr>
four
I vy Data will! be supplied by Con ptroller Lee.
mnces of : E Should fodernl '
,f chocolate melted and I[ gt'u'l..a not be able to work out a plan and have c< ngters enact legislation to pr dl
vhltes of two payment of such Lf.J levies the

HARDWARE 1! L Remove from fire well and beaten beat eggs.until When heatliche, dizzincii, souritomacli1 eral body behind will bo cal.l bouc I: ',pon to upset at least levy one will of eventually its two most reach notable the "golden D. S. Supreme rules" sad Court decide where whetti1 tba

idmo.-t cold. biliouintu 1UJe.:: ran be
impaired
nausea, lack of shal1 Uncle Sam by the mere act of federal purchase of lands in bonded
Boll two ippetite. and lietferauM pay taxc to state and local authorities under
that certain
cups raisins until soft or tired faclrie. h",1 hnerw: circumstances. Danger V
COMPANY *nU chop fine Put between layers 'titling, .... a30c11154 symptom of ge: I c'venttI... : mf"h' reich It nent' Wlr" ITn"I" "" ,m would buy an the land In a both< I.

on frosting. tnporarjr conllt p.tion. HERBINBvill ,..: !!;" wi's: ell in the' I"tool tail F3lI.ri.aeby hut CII'y! IIr.a.1: Ip: lOcal i..Il ul II.: farm a doubtful ezP3dlCUt .ul t

Here is the second bring relief.. It b I I. t :. I I the : So the h'rcI: &.hl. force mUll the Immovable object at II
one
I : strictly a v.g" I rarn@nt: tl2 1J\lm3: ill d'l''
11\ the
Iflre
ne\ir i Food abU ot 2:::. 0,1)( area above shown meaaa that In one b"r
Cake urea.
No. :2 medicine, free from barili owners of hall the
minrtl ecroags left its private enth bU'
I On ownership would have to Blsume the .
cup of 0' more than U
grated per acre
chocolate lulu. 60c m beetle. aggregate potential Ii
eueprlon31 levy agalnal lands assessed et Soc par acre eaccpt ill
easeL The
entire
county rural with Dot a dozen business buildings Urth COIID.7.flaIt4SflflfltflrflI / .


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VOLUME THREE STARKE FLORIDA, fo'RJIAfo"EBRtJR\' I1. 1938 NUMBER TWENTY-ONE

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STAFF" Mammy Sez: BRADFORD TEAM ROLL OF HONOR Society Assembly Held clothes

I 15. Taking (It for granted that

EDITORTNCHIH1FKKANCE3 PEEK Congrats and a big bale ob cot PLAYS SIX GAMES LARGE IN JAN. Bob Long was visiting In Gaines- Friday Morning I he is the only boy the girl can go "

ISTANT EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ton to Gene Long. After beln' ville with.
Saturday.
-HARRIET BENSON Tornadoes \Vln Four Game and Twenty-Four SeniorsOn I Studes Hear :Mrs i). P. 'I
knocked out at de basketball game Eddy Hartman was visiting in IB. Falling to show respect fora
EDITOR Tie One Girl.* Defeated Coveted Uttt K. F. .
BOTIKTT Carpenter
pp. Thursday htms got up and wenta Tampa Sunday. nice girl. (r
HARRIET (DOT) BISHOPPPORTS .
[ By Marclrnny.During
back Into dat game and played Zell Collins spent the weekendwith Clark 17. Remaining seated while i
EDITOR Twelfth Grade
stand. "
women
grandly. Elizabeth
BILL PLUMMER And Mammy thinks de Tampa the past eight days the Sidney Shuford, L. O. Jones, Bill Hazel Thomas Phillips.was visiting in We had as guests at our assembly -, 18. Thinking that to be a gen- \ '

ELLA LITERARY MAE MANNING EDITOR Stare Fair wouldn't be much Bradford Tornadoes have playedsix Long Margaret Davidson Ella Lake Butler Sunday. program Friday morning Mrs. : tleman Is slsslfied. I II

JOKE EDITOR without Eddy Hartman's exhibit. games two with, four Hawthorne.with Macclennyand Mae Manning, Vesta McRae, Edna Ernest Phillips was visiting in D. P. Carpenter<< and Mr. RobertF. hope these prove helpful to J

EDNA PEARCE Dat boy am goin' to get placesIn Pearce, Frances> Peek Var- Jacksonville Saturday. Clark. you and other boys.

dis world ITn you ask Mammy. On February 1, Bradford journeyed nle Phillips Janie Mae Quarles Doshia Smith was the week-end Mrs. Carpenter explained to us -Madame Susy Q.

SPECIAL MIRIAM REPORTER OUTEDlTOglALS Hazel and Lil wents to de to Macclenny. The boys Louise Rosier Mildred Sapp, An- I guest of Enza Weaver, of the the drive which our city la now + "
won by a 23 to 32 score and the toward beautification and '
making ,
Shorthand dance wlb rubber soleson oil Futch Alice Edwards Lillian State Farm

der shoes an de dey hab to girls were defeated 23 to 30. Pad- Stump, Bernard Rosier, Edith Hol- Clara Flume was a visitor in how each pupil could assist by do- Elementary EchoesTHIRD ;

go home and change dere shoes. gett made 15 points for the girls lingsworth Mellie Silcox, Beatrice Hampton Sunday. Ing some Improvement around

f TIIE SUCCESSFUL MAN" Gala rubber and a dance floordon.t while Wynn Gene Long and Ha I Cassela Edmond Galloway Hazel Edith Rowe was visiting in Law- his own home. GRADE
zen made most of the points for Moore Jeraldlne Mr. Clark was appointed by the
does ? I Morgan, Carol
congeal dey II tey
lie successful man Is the man the boys. White Pauline Saturday. local civic organizations as chair- Miss Buddington Is in the hospi
Miriam
Rosier
[who! Is useful. He Is always busy Mammy hab herd some lucious I Inman Green was visiting In tal. We are sorry that she is sick
of this of improving
The following Thursday, Hawtl Guy. man Important job -
|'i#)faig something worthwhile. He, news. N. T. am a buy In' a modelT : Raiford I Sunday. Mrs. Guy Is our teacher while Miss
It
orne came to Starke and returned Eleventh GradeA. our city; as to making
t l\fs) all he is required to do and car dla afternoon! An him's Harriet Bishop spent Saturday Buddington! is away. We try to
home with a double defeat. The more attractive to ourselves, outsiders
IWe.dditlon to that he does already tole die Mammy he's. a Z. Adkins, Jr. Doris Sllcox I in Jacksonville. study hard and learn our lessons
\ buys won 29 to 37 with nearly all and to make Starke a more
extra. It will help him goin' to take her fer a ride one Rnzu Weaver Hazel.Thomas, Martha -
wg Ford left for so that we will
some'I Bobby pass.
'I of the first and second teams taking Monday I Mflad+ of the game and ob dese days! You all jell ask him 'I part. The girls defeated Hawthorne Wells Marzie Howard Harriet Lakeland where he will attend Mr. Clark gave a most Inter- Joyce Moore won the second
I successful at later "Mate. It he'll take rldin' too If'n Benson Doris Strickland, Ella
some
; you you school. Field
36 to 47 with eating talk, and aroused the Interest prize In the Spelling contest
1 such terrible thing to do ask him sweet like. Mae Sapp, Lorraine Hartman
Isn't a padgett'l The ninth Is
Collins! and; Crosby making Lorree grade very gladto of all who listened to him.Let's .
f'just a little more each time than Dere's a boy who am a leavin' tal score. Phillips Doshla Smith Hazel have Snooky Corpening back each one of us appoint our- Day.Robert Conway is going to moveto

["required or necessary and it will dls town for Lakeland who we alls Whitehead Clara Flume Edith with them she has been ,
Macclenny returned her game Rowe ; attending selves as a committee of one to Jacksonville tomorrow. We hope ;
,b.(easier to do the next time. Vann Futch. Mary Edwards
sho am goln' to miss an' It am' school in Jacksonville
with the Tornadoes on Friday Jewitt Fogg Hazel Annie assist Mr. Clark, and the citizensof he gets along fine for he is a

+ Editor Bobby Ford. Dat boy .always hada i February 4 and was defeated by Mae Harnage, L. G Brown Johns Alma Lunell Stokes spent<< Sunday In Starke in their beautification' goal boy.Maurice.
friendly smile on him face and Ocalu.
THOUGHTS FOR WEEK Bradford, 18 to 22. Wynn, Gene Murrhee James! Sewell, George drive. Edwards Jr., broughthis

You are not dressed for work always made dis here ole Mammy Long, and Captain Hazen made Silcox, Peggy Sian'ey' Bertha Buddy Davis spent the week-end The program on "Arbor Day" billy goat to school for the
cheer up jess to see him no mat- In Stockton Ga.
the for the presented Mrs. Anderson'shome
score Tornadoes. The by
[unless you put on a smile. Taylor Louise Warren. Health Circus. He had to drag
[.You can not dream yourself Into ter how blue she might be. girls score was 24 to 24 with Pad Tenth Crude Selma Thornton spent Sunday In room was continued with him across the stage.Whf'n .
But we hab a addition to dls the Raiford. (he musical number "Trees"
making numberof
gett highest
'a character; you must hammer Herbert Cloversettle sung
school who we sho' am glad to hab, points. Dempsey I We are very glad to have Joe by Mrs Benson we get our lesson through
[and forge yourself Into one. Sapp.
and she Is Snookle Corpening. She Ralph Rhodes Leland Spon- Allen Lander back> In school after quickly we can read a library
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{Anything worth doing at all Is holtz Milo
,
hab back Sponholtz Arch Thomas I hook If we are quiet every day
come to Starkes, which having been confined at home with
well. sure it Is going to be a great helpto
[worth doing Shorthand Juanlta Barefoot
Party Loral Ben-
proves what die mammy am a always mumps. we will have a play period<< every
Take time for all things. nett, members of the fairer sex. Now
Dorothy Grace
Crosby Dew, We have
other thirty-eight
saying. No matters If'n Successful Jacqueline Andrews day.
'The one who is successful Is-the you Very Nettle Dowllng Caudle Hazen spent Friday I am going to retaliate by sending -
In class.
to the boys and girls our
goes jungles in Afrika night with Rivers
you Hundley at
ne who Is useful. Irene Markham Doris Mae you a list of things that
Strick Judd and
hab ler back to die muchtplanned State ReportersShirley
always come The Shorthand Farm. "Women dislike in "
+ ; land. Alene men.
old Austin Estelle Austin ._ Jim Frank Jordan.
city.
EDITH LOUISEHOLLJNGSVOKTH +
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If Party was given Saturday nightat Elizabeth Plummer, Clara Mae -- 1. Try to kiss a girl on the first ____?_---0- -
you all some times wonderswhat the Woman's Club for the BRADFORD
pleasure I Harley Lumanda WINS date
Dyal, Geraldine GRADEWe
SIXTH
(Here's to one of the quietest to gib Verale fer Christmas of the large crowd that I
her birthday, or somethln at'j Hall Irene Goodge Doris Hlnaon, AT STATE FAIRThe 2. Speaking of his father 4s
[girls in the Senior Class. This jess tended. Games were played have just finished studying
gib her some' Ernest Edwards Ina Mae Lewis, the "old man" and speaking disrespectfully -
(pretty blond-haired, blue-eyed stationery. Mammy'sneber contests were won much to the Vergle Gusklns, Joella Barry Ju- to his mother. "The Discovery of America." We

(girl with the pleasing personality, seen a honey chile write so amusement of the on-lookers. A. anita McGauley, results of the work Prof. J. 3. decided to make a mural of Co-
too often of former
[although. not old-fashioned, has a many letters In all ob her life. H. Benson had do Tolling have
W. Anderson Jr., furnished the Ninth Grade us are beginningto escapades. lumbus. The pictures that

[great tendency to blush and does And most ob dem goes to de one music for dancing later on and the Grace Barfield, Bobby Ford i come In. Bradford took six 4. been finished are very pretty.

|not care much for boys. same person. young people danced after the Billy Grlffls. Nelletha Lavender I first places and two third placesat Being possessive -- thinking Two of the pupils in our room
wishes all to know he owns a girl after the first
I Edith was born at Raiford, Mammy you
games. The party was a penny Norlc Sapp Robert Ward Carolyn I the State Fair In Tampa. This. date. made four maps and brought themto

Florida. but at an early age she dat Junior Adkins hab turned intoa party. A penny to get In, to play 1 Deen, Hazel Sapp, Mary Kirkland shows the flue work of the school school. The maps were of The
Injun. She him after dat I 5. Inability to take a joke.
jjjrioved to Palatka. Again at the seen I
and the .
each game a penny for each Perry Galney. Iris Crews Gayle opportunity that each student British Isles Africa and Australia.The
[ace of five she moved to Alachua, Macclenny basketball game wib a dance, and even penny sandwicheswere I Sewell. has to do his part better: than 6. Profanity. maps were made by John
blanket ober hIra's shoulders andMammy's 'I 7. The "confidential" loweringof
t and then to a farm near Starke sold. Grade any other thing. Kinlaw and Ruth Powell.
several she attended a heart nearly jumped out Eighth the voice In public. i
JFpr! years A Teacher Miss Kennedy
grand time was had Eddie Hartman
['small country school called Van- ob her throat. She jess knew him by alii j Jacqueline Andrews, Buddy Davie was high scorer 8. Telling of other girls he has Hall and
who attended. Reporters Evelyn
In four
by bringing firsts In the
I4 ---- Industrial Arts Exhibition. Bradford
[Able began her school career at goin' to scalp her to death. Him Denmark Rivers Hundley Othma i treated them. -- -.---.___- -.. -
H. S. calls himself "Big Chief SwingIt" SENIORS SELECT Haynes, Enoch Hayes, Margie was first In the Best Bookkeeping 9. "Kiss and tell" boys. LAKE COUNTY BOASTS

so Ifn you see what you think Mathews Shirley Morgan Daurah Exhibition In the state and 10. Driving up to house and
She likes -going places" espe MOTTO COLORSThe was first In the best
exhibition of
chief Johns Lester McMillan Mae Parker honking horn. TAVARES. Karl
am a Injun don't you all git Secretary
ially to picture shows and church,
high school work In the
scared like die here Lunell Stokes Bertlce Sll state from 11. Walking on the wrong; side Lehmunn of the Lake County
['and likes clean, wholesome tun.Edith's Mammy.
Seniors
had called nil Bradford
a business departments. also
While dis cox Geraldine Silcox of a sidewalk when with a girl. Chamber of Commerce says that
Mammy am a writing
[ ambition la to be a eten-
two third
meeting Tuesday morning In won places.
column she can hear de ] Seventh Grade 12. Falling to open a door for a Lake County has more municipalities -
girls glee
ographer, and we know that she
\'' club In de auditorium a slngln."Dere's Mrs. Long's homeroom, at which Gloria Buford Sara Barefoot, Two $10.00 prizes were won by girl or preceding her through the than any other Florida
r': will excel because she Is efficient
time they selected their class mot- our school systems. One for
prize
Nina Bishop Ida Lulu Davis door. "We've fourteen
a Gold Mine In De Sky." Jim- county. got municipalities -
and o conscientious. Dere voices sho am pretty and to, colors and class! flowers. Ancll mie Griffls Alice June Harding, I the Complete City School System 13. Rattling money !in pocket. and fourteen other ,

MARGARET-DAVIDSON Mammy wishes dat Gold Mine Futch President, presided over Patsy Keene Harry Kellum Louis I and one for the Complete Rural 14. Coming to dates In work communities". he declared.

the School .
,Quiet? Oh, yes she is. very much would fall In her back yard. meeting.A Newsome Billy Patrny Comer' System. -

f*o and has a very soft, musical, Wells, if'n you boys and girls committee previously! appointed Ferryman Clarice Thomas, Richard The exhibitions In the Industrialarts BOREE

rand\ cultured voice that she uses wants som* good advice, read by the president to pre Woodward, Shirley Colley that won prizes were a drop FUNERAL'HOMEFuS

|to the very best advantage. Per. Madame Suay-Q for dls week and sent mottos to the.class. did so Dorothy Lee Johns, Doris Mae I, leaf table a cedar cheat, a smoke IIn) of Cw ket. A Undertaken. Supplies

(baps you noticed, her for her I I follow dat advice fer It sho am and the motto selected Is "Tonight j Gaffney, Alvertlne Johnson, William I stand model. and a wonderful carriage AA1HDLANCB DAY AND NIOIIT HEKVIVb

[courtesy to you or someone else good. we launch where shall we anchor Baker George Flynn, Joe I 53 PHONE 53G. :

[for that girl surely does have thatcertain I --Jest Yo' Mammy.Peeper's ?" The class colors are blue Andrews, Jr.Sixth The bookkeeping prize was for II. BENNETT, M....
work done by Jessie Mae Bran-
[ : charm that compells you ---. and sliver, and the class flowers Grade "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"
[to, notice her! pink roses.A Joe English Olin White, Jr., nen in Mr. Benson's class in original -

,. Colum short discussion! of the Sen- Bishop Myrick, Marjorie projects In Bookkeeping In
t>oes any one like her? Yes, yes Davis which ... ,_... ..,_..
I each student actually keepsa - - -
[V thousand times yes! She Is well It's a good thing that waa a ior play was then held, after which Ruth Powell Fay Yarbrougb Billy -(

Hiked and has many friends, for ,penny party and not a nickel party the meeting was adjourned. Parker, Donald Bagwell Ar- set of books.

[Margaret follows that motto which Saturday night. We'd all be I. + mond Thomas Leonard Peek Dor- A picture of Eddie's mechanIzed BEASLEY'S SERVICE STATION

says: "To have a friend, be aB' broke if it hadn't been. Junior NewsWe othy Faxon, Georgia. Gulpin Betty ,I village was In the Tampa
Tribune
if friend." Junior and Everette beat Art- Hardenbrook, Azlel Jackson, of January 28. TRY OCR SERVICE AND BE CONVINCED
welcome Into
a new Junior I These prizes were awarded at
ford's time a
" Friday night. Better Ellen Mersereau, Elnora Bennett
Jlf someone does you a good turn
class Charles and
our McKay pep meeting Tuesday morning
watch .
out "A.T. Fifth GradeR. ATLAS
orilends you a helping hand don'tjbe.surprised hope that he will enjoy being with I
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Edna is even bringing Bob to U Allen Thel- -
if it turns out to be Mary Allen

g Margaret, for she does unto others church now. When they get you ueWe are having home room ma Prevail Mathew McKinney Madam SusyQDear I TIRES BATTERIES TUBES

as she would have them, do' unto to the church. Bob you'd better programs Edward Saxon, O. J. Underhill,
in our room every morning.We Terra I'neonclltlonitlly Guaranteed for 1 Year and 18 Months
(per. watch your step! have been Dale Cherry C. W. Colson, Ber- Madame Susy Q:
having good quiz
{Perhaps you would like to meet Gene had little Marion worried, programs conducted by Mr. Geiger nard Jordan Arline Dew Inez I wish you would print this In STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS

t ills Interesting person; if so you Thursday. Those two basketball and a prize Is given for the student Cutshaw, Barbara Keen Marlon your column and It will probablybe WAS.IINPOLI UING-W -GREASING

will find her at B. H. S. the rest stars have a timeCongratulations answering the most We Love, Dorothy Williams. a great help to some girls. I
questions.
[Of this year. After that I really to Eddie! Hart were happy to award this prizeto Fourth Grade I especially hope my girl reads Call 60 For Road Service

leant say as only the clock of man wins again! Hazel Brown this I Leon Gray, Jr., E. L Johns || them. It Is a brief list of "WhatI
morning.We
[time can disclose this, but whatever The postman Is complaining of are sorry to report that Gloria Cooper Luella Davis Helen |I men dislike In women." Easy Payment Plan On lire and Batteries

it does reveal I Hardenbrook Wilma Harden-1 1. Exagerated nails LACY: CONWAY FLORIDA MOTOR LINES AGENT
feel sure that the amount of mall sent to Lloyd Wilkerson has had an appendix I 'I finger --

lit will be a -..access.Oh Greenville. Now Everette! operation. We hope that brook. Dorothy Mott, Ida Lee Sil- i I too long or too red. ..... _._-

yes this dream girl Is also I want to remind you about the he will be back to school with us I cox, Seletta Sparks. Lillian Wehle, I 2. Smart and sarcastic remarksat

Fa. good artist. So, don't be surprised "Masquerade Ball" tonight (Fri.) Bradley Geiger Marlon Manning, the men's expense

I If you some day hear of given by the Woman's Club. ComeIn soon.'e Wonder Why Billy Overstreet Bobby Turner. | 3. Speaking too often of other

[that great artist-Margaret Dav- costume so no one can recog- Lorena and Alma were late to I Margaret Montleth, Hazel Fields, i boy friends. STOP for
Ildson from Esther GHffis, Merry Beth Knight, 4. other a
i Lawtey! nize you, you might even meet school Monday afternoon. Was It Slandering girls. pauserefreshed
Mary Lee Overstreet, Alescla Noe. 5. Giggling instead of saying
an appointment we wonder?
gel Evelyn Newsome, Marjorie "thank you" to compliments
Elaine wouldn't answer a certain. -
Sue :Mlddleton Wanda Pearce 6. Baby talk.

f "The BrideWakes\ Up" It. Waa. Invitation it about when the she Short received Hand j I| Betty brough.Turner, Mary Alice YerI presents 7. Failing drives to thank and a entertain boy for GO

Party? (It's a secret) but I thinkIt
'I Third Grade I ment.
I was
: David Gunter, Jeanne Robinette, 8, Being "loud."
Fit for the
Feeling Day's Work If
She Betty Jo chews so much gum? i I \:1'-
William
I I Anthony Andrews W. B. 0. Talking of past conquests.
Robert Jackson chews so much
Has Been Sleeping On A gum? McKinney, Shirley Judd, Jim i 10. Powdering too often In pub-

Frank Jordan Joyce Moore Mau- lie.
Ruth
Murrhee
was with a cer-
, I, tain rice Edwards Jr., Marjorie Gay, 11. Slapping a man, even for a
boy Sunday, for the first
DeepsleepMatfiresS BoxS rinjbySIMMONS time? Merry Winkler Ruby Green Gay( good cause.

Drlskell Ray Drlskell, Ovada Gas- 112.I Too much make up on.
t tw
Jimmy missed school last Monday -1
? sett, Bobby Dynl. Mildred Ed- 13. No sense of humor.
4
John Is always studying Chem- wards, Lorlne McKinney, Mary Ellen 14. Being high-hat.

istry. McDaniel, Rosa Mae Manning, i 13. Being hard-boiled.

Juanita wasn't at school last Franklin Young. I 16. Being late to keep dates.
Second Grad<, I 17. Gossiping.
Monday?
Lout and round Ruth Johnson Audrey Ann PreI i I 18. Trying to appear too mod

vatt, Odessa Thomas Lelia Kersey '' ern.
Found: A cute brunette to tease
Jimmy Sewell. Lois Thomas, June Bell. Clara 10. Using oaths. ,

Lost: How to spell-John Chal- Bell Jones Myrtle Bonnette, Leon I Of course there are others but h

Ellington Homer O'Neal.'' Claude those are to me the ones that are '
Sri b
ker.Found Johns, Roy Harrell. Joe Montieth, the most outstanding i
A time
: good Sunday afternoon -
-Alma Murrhee. Junior Silcox, Billy Smith Shirley II -Helpful,

Arnett, Betty Benson" Elizabeth j
O LY Found: A new way to be happy .t
I Cox Miriam Hornsby Ona Dem- i j Dear Helpful:
Peggy Stanley. : orest, Marjorie Manning Janette !II I I appreciate your letter and am I Why travel tired and thirsty, when all roads lead
/ Johen the rtd cooler and the wholesome
to familiar pure
$29.50 I Priest, Rebecca Simpson. t
$ran Ruth-"Just look at that pieceof Juanita refreshment of a frosty bottle of Coca-Cola.
Winkler
First Grade I Tyler George j
j
chicken. It's nothing but skin
EACH Leslie Griffls, Minnie Lou Ha- Anders. Janet Anderson Beatrice I
and bones
zen, Donald Strathern, Lucile Kite 'Bennett Joe Ann Blocker, Doris
Alma"Yes well
d'you want
Madge Brownlee Moore Moncrlef, June Caldwell Geraldine
Audrey
HART FURNITURE COMPANY the feathers too?" Imogene Cowart, Isabella Parker, Cox, Della Drlskell, Betty Flynn, b' sTARItEc'ota!:

' your one and only and not knowIt. Patsy Dew, Peggy Ann Wiggins Auna Lou Hlllhoune, Juanita Kite, HOTTUNG COMPANY

STARKE FLORIDA I know If you come you will Patsy Ruth Had Clifton Griffis, I Idell! Landrum, Betty Powell Edward

, nave a big time, sodon't forget! Lex Baker, Ray Griffls John Garner I Wehle, George Carter Minnie

-Snooper. Dan Priest. Van Priest Dan Lee English


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Be Delinquent- Posted List Tb Plan Circle Cottage Number Prayer:Two of Meets the Baptist FAVORITE' /


WQcicirlJ membership Mrs K. G.of Duncan the Woman's chairman Club of, : at met 3:00 Women's:Monday o'clock afternoon Missionary at the, home Feb.Society of 7, i RECIPESChocolate :I. Win A Prize'I-I I

has announced that a list of the i Mrs. A. O Andreu with Mrs R. A. _I
I names of the members who have NeWHome as co-fcostess Offered
... not raid their dues will be posted ( dill, Tea Bread
I uses and, bowls of g a I
: W. M.\ S. Circles Well in the club auditorium next week white and yellow narcissi and cal- 3 sifted cake flour '
Fopnders Day Program This is one of the by-laws of the cups : GREEN'S FUEL CO.
I endulas were used decorating 3 teaspoons baking powder .
Observed At P. T. A. Meeting Attended As New club, All those wishing to pay the living room for this meeting.The 1'. teaspoons salt
N within the next few days see Mrs. i
I Founder's Day of the Parent- Members Received Duncan or Mrs. C. A. Knight devotional was led by Mrs.S. 1 cup brown sugar firmly OF GAINESVILLEAt
f
Teacher Association was celebrated E. Sparks, reading parts of the packed '
y at the regular meeting Thursday Circles of the Woman's Missionary treasurer. 12th and 18th chapters of Gene- 1 egg, beaten
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afternon at the school auditorium Society of the Methodist sis. Mrs Sparks also presidedover 1'. cup milk The t tThe
Mrs. E. K. Perryman church met Monday afternoon, and Costume Ball TonightThe the business session. 2 one-ounce squares chocolate
0
I vice president had charge of the both were marked by a large attendance finance committee of the The circle decided to hold several (unsweetened;
program. A large white birthday and new members being Woman's Club will sponsor a costume cottage prayer meetings pre- 'i cup melted butter Cooking School
, cake holding forty-one red candles enrolled. ball tonight (Friday) at the ceding the revival to be held In Sift the flour with baking powder -,
m was placed on a white covered ta- Mrs. E. K. Perryman was host- club house, Mrs W. H. Hart, the church beginning Feb. 21. and salt, then add brown sugar
ble. Mrs. Perryman lighted the ells to Circle Number One; the chairman, has announced. Plans were made for the men's
; beaten
i and mix well. Add the egg
candles as a brief article was read meeting was presided over by the bunquet, which, will be held Fri- FEB. 10 11 12
to the milk and add slowly to the ,
,
About each year of the P. T. A circle chairman, Mrs. Charley E. i I Y. \V. A, To Meet / day night, Feb. 18. ry Ingredients; mix thoroughly. I

e Preceding the Founder's Day Johns and the minutes were ready I _L. ,.. __ .. During the social hour the host- I Melt the chocolate over font water ____ __ .
f program, Mrs. R. F. Dehiorest. > the secretary, Mrs. W. B.I me Y w. A will meet: Monday eases served a refreshment course i EACii DAY Tilt FOLLOWING i
butter to
and add with melted the
who was in charge of the entertainment Parks. Bowls of narcissi wild night at 7:30: o'clock with :Miss of frozen fruit salad, sandwiches I AWARDS WILL HE GIVEN FREE
a butter, until well
only
Betty Green. Co-hostesses will be stirring
the and Iced tea.
: program delighted violets and yellow jessamine were I
r
,, members with the following numbers I Misses Helen and Marian Dowllng. combined. Turn Into a greasedloaf
4.tI ; : pluced devotional in the living service room. led 1 __._ ___.__. Circle Number Three met Monday pan and bake In a moderateoven $ 5.00 On Purchase of Roper Range
The was
Vocal duet I Green, Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. afternoon at the home of Mrs. ((350: degrees) for lye hours.
Marion Brown and
I Mrs. J. W. White and her subject -
n :c Billy Benson, accompanied at the by was "Thy neighbor as thy- T. J. Griffin, Mrs. J.V.. White A. E. McKinney with Mis. P. M. Cool and serve as cake or for $ 7.50 On Purchase of Chambers Range
Mrs. L. F. Smith, Mrs. V. B. Har I Barefoot as cohostess.Mrs. sandwiches.
piano by Mrs. H C. Brown. elf." During the spiritual cultivation -
rell, Mrs. A. Wood Mrs. F H. W. J Epperson presidedover If used for sandwiches, try
Song-7th grade Glee Club, period Miss Olive Ray $10.00 On Purchase of Servel Electrolux
Long, and Miss Olive Ray. the business meeting, and cheese blended with
Mrs.
+, H. C. Brown accompanist. used as her subject "Patience.." cream orange -
Rythm Band--Marion Brown Mrs. L. A. Canova, leader, con- marmalade or with chopped nuts
a The finance committee of this I Circle Number Two met at the ducted ALL USING
director. the devotional. Reportswere for filling. Mrs. Leon A. Gray GREEN'S FUELA
i i circle is composed of Mrs. Carrie home of Judge and Mrs A. Z. Ad-i' rend from officers and chair
Health Circus--Students from Rich, chairman; Mrs. L. F. .- CHEAP DOMESTIC: GAS. t
kins and were entertained by men of committees.
II' the 3rd grade Mrs. E. L. Biggs Smith and Mrs. A. F. Sauls Since "ileIJies I tOur
Adking and Miss Amelia Ray. Plans were made for assistingthe George {W. "
and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews, direc- the last meeting they agreed to I bowl of calendula, wall Mrs./I/ Sunbeams la giving a patty nnnJre Are Equipped With the Famous Robertshaw 1Oven 1

e tors.: I ask each of their circle members graceful yellow jessamine, _for__ their__ _members__ next_ Monday George W. Wiley, 42 former )! ,, _. U "
1 rtn.-' Playlet "Pretty Patch's Rum for a dollar or less, the same to be potted plants- added- to the charmof 1 and 'also H for un helping onn with the resident of Starke, died in a Jack- Lleat ( onirol shown in "me Bride \Vakes Up.:' iCLYDE
(, ? mage Sale"-Students from the used for local work. The chair- the living room where the men s banquet1. sonville hospital early Sunday
Ii 7th grade, Mrs. R. F. Demorest, I following an Ulness of I
man reported $1550 raised in this guests were seated. In preparation for the special morning [ CHAMBERLAIN Mgr. I
.
director.Mrs. several weeks. He wits born In ,
ri ? way New members welcomed to The circle chairman, Mrs. L. A. .I ,revival services to be held at the I .
E. M. Davis this this county und was employed In
rt'j presided over circle were Mrs. M. B. Her- Davis presided over thg business church beginning Feb. 21, cottage I.
. the business After Mrs. V. B. Harrell Darby's store several years before ,
meeting. rou- long and Mrs.
session; the secretary, Mrs. L. D. prayer meetings will be held.
tine business matters C. I leaving for Jacksonville to make
H.
s6 were dispensed Nasworthy. Green, looked after the minutes, The next meeting will be held' .
with, the room call was The hostess, assisted by Mrs. F. I and the circle treasurer Mrs. W. at the home of Mrs. Ralph his home. -
b} made. Mrs. Demorest'a 7th grade, H. Long and Mrs. Carrie Ritch, H. Smith collected pledge and local -, varez, with Mrs Puul Raymond AI-j I He Is survived by a brother,
'f' : home room had the most representatives served I : Jack of Starke, and three
light refreshments after offerings. Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, assistant hostess. Wiley FREE
.r', present and received a the meeting hud adjourned.Mrs. I beautification chairman, and :Mrs.! ,I,: At the conclusion of the meet-I i sisters, Mrs. Louise Kite 'and MIS81 GREEN'S STORE
,' vase of flowers as a reward. Perryman's guests were: j:I Davis talked on plans for improving Ing the hostess served tempting Lottie Wiley, of Starke, and ;, !91.00 In Groceries and
Ct, Following the adjournment of Mrs. Charley E. Johns, Mrs. WJ the parsonage. Mrs. W A. refreshments to thane present. Llllle Stokes, of Tampa. Five Giillonit. Gasoline Cash & Carry
rE; the meeting, coffee and individual B. Parks, Mrs. J. H. Fields Mrs. ''I Fischer, president of the Society, --- .-.----- Funeral services were held at I to hn Given .
t ,
' 'cakes were served by the hostess Cora Carpenter, Mrs. Carrie Ritch, I,. gave an Interesting talk, and Mrs. I I Mrs. Osborn Dies the New River Church near Starke Each jitltUrdllOk Auiiy '
''i: committee Mrs. H. B. Herlong, Mrs. A. H. I W. E. Middleton, chairman of finance with the Rev. L. G. Hemingway, about Starke, Fla. ,.
I/i'. talked of Diana for a George I Mrs Mvia.. Osborn.. 7f.>.. died l at officiating.Totcnsen'd. thin i. I.. MlVK I
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st i is Washington: tea. New members I her home here Sunday after being --- ---. -
added to the circle were: Mrs. L. in failing health for more than Club \ CARRY) A COMPLETE: : LINE OF QUALITY FEEDS AT
s THE VERY LOWEST I'll ICES. SEE VS ItEFOHE' BUYING.
I D. Vining Mrs. S. E. Ritch, Mrs. a year. She was born In Easton I
''uft' J. W. Ritch, Mrs. W. S. Stromnn, Md., but had made her home here Ernest Thornqucst, secretary of
p# : and Mrs. L. C. Ray. | for several years. Her husband., the local Townsend Club, com- NO. y STANDARD PACKTOMATOES

WE ARE BUYING The spiritual life service was [ S. R. Osborn, died three years ago. mented as follows on the Can 6c
C n conducted by Mrs. L. C. Ray who| Funeral services were held Monday tainment Monday night: enter-I \
talked on the subject of "Prayer." morning at 10 o'clock from a gratifying success. The high
I The Bible lesson was read by Mrs. the residence with the Rev Fred school auditorium was pretty well -
n I S. E. Ritch, and Mrs. Middleton I Yerkes of the Episcopal Church filled with attentive listeners. J. CHARMER: CAN
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PEELED YELLOW\ PINE POLES also assisted Mrs. Rayon her.'officiating Interment was in the H. Benson gavean Illuminating COFFEE I lie Meal 10 Ibs. 20c
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carefully prepared program, which Prevatt Cemetery under the direction presentation of the need of havingthe ,
was closed with prayer. I!!j of DeWitt C. Jones. Townsend Plan enacted Into _
f h*, The hostess, assisted by Mrs. I| Active pallbearers were: W. A law.V., H. Hayes Of Gainesville, PORE GROUNDCOFFEE.Lb. -- .-
Fred Guy and Mrs. J. W. Ritch, ,iBesaant, Jr., E. K. Perryman, gave a vigorous review of the
served fruit salad to the!I John H Powell, and Dr. M. B. progress made thus far in push-
a course 1 l lie l Grits l 10 Ibs. 22e
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I following guests: Mrs. L, D. Green, Herlong. Ing the plan toward enactment. ,
Mrs. L. C. Ray, Mrs. C. H. Nas- ---- I IHALL'S --
NO. 1 IRISH
worthy, Mrs W. E. Middleton,
: Ir Mrs. W. A. Fischer, Mrs. L. A.
r : POTATOES 10 Lbs. 14c
Davis, Mrs. S. E. Rltch, Mrs. J. SPECIALS i ,
W. Ritch, Mrs. A. W. Redgrave, ,
JACKSON LUMBER COMPANY Mrs. W. P. Smith, Mrs. Frank I
Colley, Mrs. L. S. Hutto, Mrs. W. WIN A GROCERY ORDER RED 1ILIS3 SEED LBS.

Hogan Smith, Mrs. W. S. Stro- OLEO Lb. 12/2c! 'Potatoes $$2.65
GAINESVILLE FLORIDA man, Mrs. S S. Dowling, Mrs L. ,

p. Vining, .
SMOKED BACON TOMATOES
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JI --- 32 OZ.
The American aloe, or century Lb. 18c No. 2 Can 6c

h not plant live Is 100 not years.a true aloe, and does POTATOES BABY NORTHERN I Prince Albert lOc I I Apple Jelly 20c i


10 Lbs. _.14c BEANS, Lb ,4Yzc FANCY BLUE ROSE

t SEE *" v .' h. t ,,' : ADMISSION: RICE 5 Lbs 17c
MEAL, Best RICE, Blue Rose

"THE BRIDE WAKES UP" FREE 10 Lbs 19c 5 Lbs. 17c BABY LIMA-O. NORTHERN i I S. DRESSING OR


A Full Length Talking Picture RITZ THEATRE MATCHES PRINCE ALBERT Beans Lb. 4'%c Relish, qt jar 20c

DAILY GIFT AWARDS INCLUDING Kitchen 3c Can lOc ,
t ;
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SPRY..RINSO..LUX TOILET SOAP THURSDAY SAVORY OLEO ASPIRIN Tablets I 1 MACARONI Pk2-3c

LUX FLAKES-LIFEBUOY Lb. 12Yzc I Box 2c MILK, 3.t tall 20ci-HT'
FRIDAY SATURDAY '
The only Shortening and the only Soap used in the I I

Motion Picture Cooking School Feb. 10, 11, 12 LARD, Lb._ lOci FLOUR, 24 lbs._70c OUAR\NTEED


PORK CHOPS OATMEAL, FLOUR, 24 ibs. 70c

I Lb. 14cI, 2Yz Pk. .15c


} : p Spry Ig I! :, 23c 4 tuvx4.4I a ** I 'ii I MACARONI Pkg. 3c!!! SYRUP Qt. New Cane 15c I Corn JERSEY Flake'K'6 I Flour rH-LSBCKY'S, 20 BEST Ibs. 88c


.THENEWPiJRER u .
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t i ALL SHORTENING-VEGETABLE //i, 59c larfl DILL PICKLES COFFEE, 100 pct. BREAD loaves 25c

J. The Beauty Soap of Pure, Lb. 12c ;
or Frying.Ritinf.Oinmti.P" Qt. lOc -
Lovely Screen Stars

(,f 3 for 22c CORNFLAKES APPLE 32 JELLY 20c BACON, Best White, Lb. 12McLO.NGHOUN l ,

oz. .. _
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STOCK UP ON THESE PRODUCTS Pkg. 6c PORK


AT SPECIAL MONEY-SAVING PRICES LETTUCE, E a.. 7c BACON, Best Cheese Lb. 22c STEW Lb. 12
AT THESE LOCAL STORES. Lb. .______. 122c c

RELISH, qt. .. _20c
Regular Size TALL MILK 11 OZ. TOMATO RIB BEEFSTEW

TIP TOP GRO. STOPS 13.0." I Pink Salmon 121/2c 3 for _______ 20c CATSUP lOc! lb. lOc(

3 for .22c ,
s S. R. JOHNS I ENGLISH PEAS MAYONNAISE

I I 3 for .___. .25c Pt. ____ 20c BANANAS, 5 Lbs. 15c

.t COOK'S I GRITS, 10 Lbs. _22c


1 A ,. GREEN'S STOREHALL'S FEED SPECIALS Agent For .

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SCRATCH FEED, 50.50 __ $2.20
81'i. GRO.

CORN, YELLOW ____.$2.15
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E' W.' END GRO.a I TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO.

1? I SHORTS, GRAY ,. _$1.85

4 .4 3 for. .25c WHITE'SSISTRUNK'S I COTTON SEED, MEAL$1.70 Better Quality

i'' Large size REG. SIZE too I OYYSTER SHELL, 100 LBS .70

3 rM 23c LOE. SIZE Get Our Low Prices Before
.2"0 LAYING MASH .$2.30 Buying
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FEBHUAUtS 11, IMS' CKAbFOllP COPNT: TKLEGIIATH!: 8TAKKK, FLORIDA JOB FIVK

--- ----.... '- -- --,---_ .- '--' -.. ._- -. -. .- .--- - C"Mr-_ _.. .. ---- -- -.- _.- -.- _-_- --_. ._- .,
11 rr.------
Mrs. G. M. Bennett spent several and Mrs. W. B. Muncly and "r HK'', 1'1",1'')" 111 Ton iiNlilp 7 South \\iiw (III the iiHitu1 of Unknown theHHMiHHinnnt [ZOO ''UH 'In the iiam,4if HI.'nrv
lays in Jacksonville this week Mr, and Mrs Jim Godwin of the KaURi 22 ICaxt., < ,,",allllnll" 120 Ames, of th.- Nulil proudly under Friedman. the .H..m."t' the said I '
IMOIO' or IfHIl said| | eerli/rats'Nn. 91 "
wan In M-opnKy under Said u rtlflc,..t" No
with lelutlves. State, Farm were guests Tuesdayand ('rtlfl.t"I No. :I l3, cmbraceM.r Nfei'ii / the its. In.' of I'nknown: (the aftMGpii.nitHi nl wan In tie name of unknown
--- Wednesday of Mr and Mrs Ml.VBV4: ."f N\l, *l '! olWh of the said' property under trm HBBen ment of 4h* axed I property
1 Sits of" & Si:', Het I loii 11 lownxhlp .
sold ivillfknle. No. :32r> wits In tliavinline under t/)6 of Bald ceftlflmti N'
) a I, Mrs K. G. Duncan and Mrs. L.. II C. Wall In Tallahassee' 7 Mouth.. Kantr 22 "Inlet, rontillnlnw/ bf Vnknown, the a....e..meu( : :180 wan In the rfante of lli'nr"
.',0 Ail .-*. more IT lees. of the said Kilednmn.; the *HH.. nt ,.
D. Vining spent Tuesday In. Jacksonville ----- -- pi oiiertv under 5/7 of HHni'' of (h
I ('rr1119.111.: ';: No 325. embrat: All until eertlflraos jNo./ till was In tliuniinie Hiild property under said mitlfUat" "
Major Hal C. Daniels of the Sari tli ( 7 ,
Timnnlilp Holltll. ItaliKlf
No 648 wl 1x111 (tile '
of I
lnknown: the iiHHefmm nt name at I.
22 ia.t. > i>nl.lnhiK 640 Aura. more
i U. S. Marine Mass.,
I thcaiNev ? Corps Boston or IHH7 of the nulil properly: under 7/8 of IlmiBer the iiHHi'BKniont c.r ihi, saiopinpnrty
first of week *, inl iii l icttiriuiitK I 2.18 In under BUM iirtlflcalt. Vu
Mr. ;and Mrs, L. L. Koaoe and spent he the here / .f t'ct'llf lcai No JJrt vmlnaiM'M HUH the
4 IIHnn of Cnknoun, tln> 412 wan In the nit' tub e of Uant I'uimt
I: chQdren of Jacksonville; were the with his uVu'le and aunt Mr. and M :Tc.wnHhlp. .N''.t A r'!Month:; SNV, ;Itan I, Sin e '1 102' of the. Bald. property| niter ass'Nemest said rr Lumber Company, the a..KonHmi>nl ol
ONCERNING QUit PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND guests Sunday of Judge and Mrs. Mrs. T. S. Williams. l UMt ontlltlilllic 40U A,.I...... Illoltfor tln.. ale 2A2 was III the name of Unknown the mild 'piop,,iiv' under i 7/I2..r -aidrvrtltflcato
I....... ; the HHxcxHinenl of the mild No. S70 wall In the name
ROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN I A.ri2. Adkins. 7/X of ('",'Ilth..lo. :No 258 imi |in'p<>rin lid.up 1.1/21 ..r mild cert IfUat of unknown
Mra Dimah Jones and little i>iaii-H' ij'u: or ML, A. <>r Nift :'-, 1. A64 was In UIH IIHIII}> of .Henly fnlvHH Bald "eitlflmteu" shall he
Ii daughter of Lake City and Mrs. NIa 4 of NWH AT .VyW/! / 8WV4 lolmati" t the a"HeHnin,"nt of the redeemed. aii-ordltiK, to In w, the
i :Mr and Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand :NWiof; "NhI/1' Section' 15 Townxhlp wild properly tinder .ald reel if Irate pinpcrtloH ilexcrllmd therein will bo

daughter Madge will spend Tom.Frastec of Eamiurson,_spent I 7 ..South IUtiiK 2J J JfliiHt. contalutlf Vo/... ..In'ill waxthe. I name .uf...lleniy Hold' to_ the highest bidder at the,__
III 2NI/ 11.1'rN I llll'N1 / N .ij .i. *. .i., ( llllll houur door .<.kH.. the fi|.MU. .ft.*..- .
last here ua KUPBIS oi Mr r I I M. men Ix NN.INlllen' ''' the -- -
this week-end In Tampa with Miss rriuny 'i..i. It:.;i- No; !2! tiC.: Ray spent Tuesday In Friends of Mrs C. J.: Gay will Mary Brownlee. and Mrs. J J. Rigdon and Miss ;III:'I'I ft lay of NWl, & Klj! "Section t'wi,tlflfatit ;:HA J WIIH In the name of J\hl. "! J" the "."'.' day of March A. t
Hampton with friend regret to learn that she Is conf in. Eva Rlgdon. 22 Tow nxhlp 7 South ItHllKM 22 I I nknoun: the nxBeBHiiieiil I of the 1-' 1938.n..l..d.
I Hunt: lontHlnliiK SOD Acres, more orless. Halt! ,. thin 91b day of. l'>hi'
ed to her home because of illness ---- -- property| under 5/7 of Halil t -rtiriratd iinry '1
1 : Mrs. Ethel Biggs Miss Madge Nn. 43(1( was In the name. of A \} 1939.(41FFICIAL.
bit ;and Mrs W. B Mundy spent The. Rev and Mrs. Paul Fletcher 13/21 of CPI,'tlfl.nto No. 304. eat-I I "t'nknown.; the nHH..HHinent, of the HUAI,) '"
Mlddleton Marjorie Sue Middle- breed Ki tit NWl, R of HW'.iWl.j
Monday in Jacksonville. Mrs. Emma Canova and Mrs. of Tallahassee were guests Nla "old. property" under cut 1.1 certificate A. J. TIIOMAH 7
>
ton and e of SW4t o( HW,4 Ai N u, of e .
Mrs. E. L. Matthews
Glen Wood spent Sunday In Ocala this week of the Rev and Mrs. SK1' Hut t Ion 21 Township.| 7 South, No 4H7 wits In the name of Unknown ('Io'k, of riroult r MUII. 1 I 'If'
spent Saturday in Jacksonville.Tsuac ,,, the nftMeBHmont of I the Hiililinoneiiv U'adr.'d, ('ounty t "
((8. Mra 0 KHIII/U 22 I Isaal ( "1411111111( 2ilii IlIIIIIH34.
Hazen were with Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova. W A. Fischer. The Rev Mr. Acre", more or loan. , ; .....t"I' Balil iiiliriralc, No. 0- .

visiting relatives In Brooker Saturday --- Fletcher is presiding older of the t'"i'nrirHi.. ;II... &r.n. <>iiihiHt< M vii ---
Hague, of East Point Gn Section 23 Township 7 south Range
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Mr and Mra. J. T. Quigley vis- Tallahassee district.
and Sunday has returned home after a visit 22 Kant, totitiilnlnii Itlu ,\<*1'.*". mule.
ited friends In Jacksonville Sun- ... ----- -- -
here with Mr, and Mrs. Walter 4/11 of Vltlflllt No 318 enl
.. Agnes Lawrence, of Key day afternoon. Taylor. Mrs. W. S. Stroman and Mrs. S. bru.'rN NIy/ lIt :NWLi; "Srclion' 23
I 'l'owflub lp' 7 wit. UIIIIIC" 22 1..t.l.
had week-end
d ne Heights, was visitor here -- -- S. Dowlinjf as ,
a ,
'n II IN 111 lII It MO Arrrs. nu/rP 0"" less
Mr. and Mrs Gene Long and Mr." and Mrs. Arthur Rlgdon of guests Mr and Mrs Carl Stro- I ti/7 of (','rllrl<'ate No. 430, einIIIUIOH ASK US.

ivMr. daughter Betty Ann of Brooker Jacksonville spent the week-end man and daughter,.Miriam, of Tallahassee 'll'u' of SWV, of 8W 4 & Sib, \ .
of S14I':I. Seil II Ion 23 To\MiKlllp 7
and 'Mr'X---wm.: ; of were visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. O. here as guests of his parents, and Mrs. James God bold, 01u h. ICanKi 22 hast iontalnlli

flujtapion, were guests Saturday of Hazen Friday .night. M and Mrs. J. J. Rlgdon.Mr r' of Jacksonville. ,Mill( ('"Atli'H.,'(ltl<'III., morn. No or 4X7 l..nn onilii". ..at.PK H'uof ',

M't'i: and Mrs. F. A Scott. -- -- --- --- "SIS4' : Seitlon 23 Townahlp 7 South I
Mrs. T. T Long Mrs. D. P. The Woman's Christian Temperance Kltlltft' 22 ClIHl", COIUUllllllH-! Ants,
-- and Mrs! Richard G. Kldd more) or ]IPsn.
Carpenter Mrs'' C. S. Lindsay an son Richard! Jr., spent Sun- I Union continues to hold I'PI. .Ilfil'ate. No 5tiO, (>iiihrn<>tfH N'iSIM I About our New Automobile Lia-
lends here of S. T. Dell Jr., and Miss Lucille Mitchell spent the interest of the members onFriday I 1 ton 24 TowilKhlp 7 No..lh. HlllKte'
of' Galnesville will be Interestedto day In Hawthorne with Mr Kidd's I 22 "llawt: t'ontululnif 320 AtiN 11101
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in Madison. p. M. und the meeting this It
Sunday grandmother, Mrs. W. C. Helmln- I ni 1 lent bility Policy saves you money
learn that he Is
improving attar .
week will be with the President .
toller. I'r'.tlr".II'{ :0:0. 301. elllbrarl'N" S'VI1)r ..
an appendectomy Monday In the Mrs.. Mrs. Mrs F. A. Scott. The motto of NW Seetlrn 24 'J'own.hlll and it is afford -
Alachua County I Mr. and T. J. Griffin SuIh. (tango 22 I'A", ,'oIlIAlnllll( protection you cannot
Hopital. the local Is. found in .. I
Carrie Ritch and Miss Annie Dar- organization III ,1l'I', N. "Iltnl'e" .r I"HH.
Mr. and Mr. T E. Strange and Zach. 4:6: 2/15 "r 'lIft"al" No :305. enlIII'nreN -
by were visiting relatives in Olus- daughter Miss. Clarice Strange I'l'Iy or sl'Srrl/ml" "' ,. 24 'I'own- to be without.
tee, Sunday. ---- shill' 7 Nnnlh' 1(11"1""", 22 IOast_ co-,
REAL'ESTATE .. and Miss Ethel Bardln all of Pa- Dr. and Mis. W. B. Parks and tiinntf N0. A""H. tnoi'i> or less.
latka were guests last week of ''cl I'I irii ate Nn, ((14 n. omlii. 'ucen NW,4! ,.
I MIAA Kitty HogHed spent SundayIn of i, :; ::
I' Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Murphryand NISI Sultan 2(1( Tourmhlp f i
Mrs. K M. Thomas.
Jacksonville with ftlendi and South ItaiiKu 22 East ciinlnlnliiK 40
son, James Edward, of Palat- -- ---- At.riN, niniu or ices
I reliitlves They were accompaniedhome
ka were guests Sunday of Mr. *i' Irate Xo 412, rmbrures N'i' .
;, IF YOU WANT TO and Mrs. V. B. Harrell. I Mr and Mrs. W C. Kammerer, by Miss Snookle Corpening otC. \W, Sfillon; 2H Townnhlp 7 HAROLD C. WALL AGENCYAll

I ___ _______ I of Philadelphia. Mrs. W. E. Swee who will finish the school term South ItaiiKe. 22 I HUB!, .,talnlliK ,
BUY SELL OR RENT VII' A'' 1'N. more ot leHHili form. of IiMiiriinre
I ney and chlMren and Mrs. James I here Miss Corpening will make lpl"J/dahle
has been ,
Mrs. L S. Hutto ap- nl .rllt""t" N'i J7II niIIUH -
? SEE US- pointed supervisor of Forest Jun Gnann and daughter all of Hampton her home with Dr and Mrs. Parks i Vlj' of NVV'i' AT SISII: ,: of ;N1V't
were visitors here Monday [ while she In here. W'''u, nf SWV4, of NKU: Ki'illon 17riwiiKitip
I) WILSONREALTY iors of the W. O. W. effective Feb. I .'I T Soiiih iiiuiiri, 'a' I''imtonlalnliiK .

1, and asks that In the future all --- HO' AIIIB, mine ol ,lessThe .. ... ... ..., .
t CO.I I members of the Circle and also I Mr and Mrs. L. A. Davis and Meet For Last TimeThe ",.t)' 'iinilei,aNtiHMniiiit, alit. .'ertiDnt of' tin, sail.. .:No; prop 1r.\! ''\ .. ":.' c,.. .' '.". < _: :-.: >:1t,: ;t'r.C-O:' "..:": ." .-

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'I i Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Perryman Visited ,
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their dues to her
the Juniors
-' .. . --, I'' pay friends. in Pulatka, Hastings Bradford County Teachers
Ii- before the last day in each month.
the
I Association met lit High
'" -- and St. Augustine, Sunday after-
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]I inoon. School Tuesday and discussed HEAR THE CLOCK RING SATURDAY

N 1; I school affairs for the coming year.

i All teachers who expect to attend, LIBIIVS: ntHOt' Ml).
"'-- : '' \I Mrs 'John M\ Brownlee and
;" ; :\ (! daughter Catherine Alexandra the Flotlda Education Associa TIP I TOPGROCERY

( and Shelton Brinson of Gaines tion's annual meeting In Tampa Tomatoes
,
\. ; J-l! : ville were guests Sunday of Mr '' on March 25 were Intruded to MILK !
and Mrs.. J. M. Brownlee. I'get in touch with J II. Benson
L jflt. ,,,11
:to... "
> ,< -- who was elected chairman of the TALI NO.

", 'Vi'. I H. V. Saxon, ;county;; commis- Bradford County delegates Field I

I| sloiervho recently! opened a vn- Day was dlscuHSed and, It was decided 3 20c

riety store In Pompano, spent the ( to postpone recommendations 3 cans 19c FEB. 11 & 12, 1938 cans

LEMON CHIFFON PIE FEATUREIN I week.end at his home In Hamp- until next full Since most -


FAMOUS MOVING/ PICTUREIn I I ton.Mrs.-Fred--Guy'will leave Saturday county more month meetings it schools was decided during will 'this to clone hold trim this no 'j' BANANAS, 4 Lbs.i- i I5c I LUX FLAKES,pkg.. lOc


for Miami to Join Mr. Guy I A i

the new cooking-school: moving picture "The Bride who Is to be situated there for severaL ikf'at; '(l :-

|brakes Up", Lemon Chiffon Pie !makes. a big hit. This deliCious I,e months. Mr. Guy !ia a state : 7
Lettuce
Celery Toilet 3 bars 22c
%
Lux Soap
pie will make a hit at your house too Dad will say it's the 1 j: hotel inapector.Friends At an Informal election held at i : or ea. c ,
I the school houst laa night
best pie he ever tasted. It is made with genuine Knox Sparkling |I ,, I ) Friday .
I I for the purpose of allowing school | _.
here of Mr. and Mrs. ---- -
(Gelatine-the that blends with all of nature'sfruits
plain gelatine

i and vegetables.LIMON CHIFFON PIE Tolbert know that Black they will have be interested moved' from to I I'I son patrons principal received to express fifty next year votes a J.piefereneeIfor out II of Ben-the i;, No.1 1 Potatoes, 10 Jbs.l7c; Lifebuoy Soap, 3 bars 22c

(0.hi.. Ptr-mt* only ftMkaft" ) I: Luke City to Macclenny where |I
total number of cast It
: sixty _.
1 envelope Knox Sparkling Gelatine Mr Black will open a law office -- ----- ---- ----- -
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l }4 i cup cold water .. eggs 1 cup sugar /t cup lemon juice was decided to notify the School j I PURER

/i teaspoonful sail 1 teaspoonful! grated, lemon rind 1 Mr and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and Board and the trustees"of the out- i ARGO PRUNES .-.. All-VEGfTABlE
"electinn.11'1'1'IS SPR
of the '
!.Addone-halfcupsujtarlemonjuice begins to thicken, fold in iti/fly Miss Eva Rigdon had as their I come I Spr I

['clod salt to beaten egg yolks and beaten egg white to which the guests last Friday, Mrs. GeorgeRobt'lts. ------r-- I 2 Lb. Package 15c SHORTENING
Ifeook' over boiling water until of other one-half nip, sugar has been.
E. Roberta and .
J. Mrs. I \ ] OP H] OK Tt\
custard consistency.Pour cold water added. Fill baked pie shell or graham -
j 1'hal'I'IFI't'resNuTI'IS : :
I' in bowl and sprinkle gelatine/: on cracker crust and chill Just !I Mary Bennett all of Lawtey. I is: IIKHIHY! (!IVI:N thntMm 1 Lb. 23c
. Ir LIQUID'S n.\LI.oO\f: '
|'top of water. Add to hot custard before serving spread over pie a 1 IttHpptilnA Edward has filed
) and Mir until dissolved.Add grated thin layer of whippet!atom Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald, who has with nm written fj <|UHHt I Hint I lhatax

':lemon rind. Cool. When mature I 1 spent the past two weeks herewith rertiflrntr omlttcil* Ingelher or l..v..1.with taxerheld nilNulmecitient 3 Lbs. 59c

is thereal her son-in-law and daughter "old to bv the thn hlKhpHl State ii.liUMi-r lulvprtlHcd for.rash anti Flour 70' .
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus F. Brown OH prnvld' Joy Chapter IK216 of 24 Lbs.
NOX GELATINE 'I returned Tuesday to her home in the 1917 nctn of .Ilia LcKlxInlnrr, i

Tampa upon. the In the rollowliifrtV-m County of I-iiulforcl.rentHHtnte I Ii RINSO DEAL 26c

State of Plnrlflu, to-wit: -
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of / of KWi,',
KU NW'i NKV Jo'UUII'L'ftf;
Friends of Miss Ernestine Bud-
Hu. 12 Township R South, TtanKu. I
dlngton will be glad to learn that 21 Rant rnntnlnlnc 80 Acres, 5 LbD s.
NAT SEZ : I flora or l 10HH. Lb. 9c I
she will be able to resume her duties The tnxpN to tto HUM nip evldanred

as a member of the faculty of hy rerltflrateii N..". :.170 nf 1111 1'0. _
Nowadays \vhen yon go to a photo 29CBACON
the Bradford School Mpectlvely' and represent' tfixttH for U1IITR
County High ,
Iiidlo to ban your picture struck, the yvnm 1'" U to I'm. ,both IniluKlvot
-r.'" nk the : after being confined at Mrs. FayGill's I I1mollHln.'a.oJ., .
; >on always photographer .
Sold lax I'Hi-llflcHtcii with IIII1
to make look just a little home following an operationfor i toicKthni j Ib 12'/2c 10 Lbs.
( you all NtibHf>niifnt omittefl/ or l.<*\l*>cltuvfH
i prettlt'r than you really are. And appendicitis.The I i will l h. xnlil tit tin* hlKhexthfcldor !
,-.....;, they can come pretty nigh doing ,I nthv\ Coin"llioiiffH door ,In Uf0 [xCIUHVLY IN MOTION n..r IIi I :
:siiirkn fin the 2Ti ilav of "Februai
t:;;? It too. It's the tame way with Rev. and Mrs! L. A. Shepherd I'i II. at M :no If. I II l't'IIE )(/, PICTURE COONINO SCHOOL SOc
l those fell('., that draw the plc- P..1.. Barefoot, Misses hated I the (h.. ..tit day ..r i...blq- '

lure for the big mall order oiitnlojfuen. Frances Peek, Juanita Barefoot, ntv( : iiit SHM-) 1 J I IOI'I'ICIAl COFFEE Lb. lOc -

They can take a pair of Doris and Fannie Silcox Clara .\. .1. THOMAS!' ; .
:t $1.49 shows and make them look cinrk nf ('11"<'lilt fnuri: ofllnulfonl '-- PILLSBURVSHfilil
I': lll< a $S shoe In the picture. It's Flume Loyree Phillips, and Mar- Cnunty, Florida I (' \KMKK: 10II NPAKKMKK :
'. just another racket garet Lennon attended the Baptist ; --11- t-2-23. _I

) Training Union Study Course held I '\11'1'111 OK. S I'1'I.Ilat'I'11/1 FOII I Coffee 2 25!ir. A I I
------ --- at the First Baptist Church in rtin:i.i: I I ran; 1.' 1.\lI.I'IlF
I (arnee Hill No. III1I:
I \E1%. SPRING NEW .\RRIV.LS r Gainesville the first of this week. NOTH'w' : IIIKIHV.: \'I'N.: 'l"hA' CAKE FLOUR
I. II AlfXilllilcil' holder of Tux CertlflmtvH -
TIT TO!' 1.u'itt'sl
Numbered iRxpei-tlvoIr, 256
H 0 E S LADIES SUITS I Ihxiipil, .Inlv' H, I 9211, :121 finiinil' July I II 1-29-c "- Uud exouilv( fy In the
A % 1 14. rigr! :I.T iHHifil ,l..ly 4. lI12. 5' ; I Coffee f Lb.
I : CENT WORn nf it'll IMHIICI! July I. inn 1 nt 22c Motion Picture Cooking Scbo*!
,
I 258 iMHIIcd 1 Inly( 5. PUll 262) lx"ti<>il
WIUTE OXFOIUJS'lIlTt: l'\ 'nL:04: I .lil\! S. 1II2H, 11/21 of IHI: Issued
II I COLUMN Aug.3.192'' .'>fi'l) issued Sept| B, VAN CAMP'S: !I j
$1.98 I 11112. 1/11 of :IIH U"n.-il .tug e.1'
up $1.98 up ; I'lliM' ron of 410,. lH.vii.r1 \a, 1 IK:III1 SUFKT: ;\i(). 2 | .I.NK! cJ.IWtSiO.; 3
FOR RENT Furnished bedroom (': lHxn, .. I I ,. t. 1B12. IBl I IBHIII-.I July I. 1'I27!
L\DhEN cl'RIN a NESV SPRINGFELT single or double Inquire Jack- I -" (1 I'l: of :,in' IBMu.Miiir| B, 11I2| !| inIIflllv ,'
aon'H, East of Light Plant Itp 11".d 7. I'l.111( 1.12 ''',.,.II'f'n Corn 3 20c I Peas 3 25c
j j'f' I 25c' cans cans
HATS DRESSESI rmt. un .
fi, l IIt i H. linn filtil' "ntnn In ia n I
FOUND-Pointer pup. Owner}, ,.ffl<'t> and lie a mail, applliuli.ii I'a, ( ___ l
1 may have by Identifying:,-H. ] tnx deed to ti" IHKIKI!. th<*ri>nil. Haiti) I I !>,%('KU.K
S: I'\STF.LS: (0rTON &: ILK M. Rlchurde, State Form, Ral-]I, rrrtlflralea. r.-epertll" lv nihra "** '
'f' 'th*> following ii.ilfMiilh' pi"|1,11"nI '
t ford. In t h.. Coiiniv of Hi..'tfurd.' Him' "- iti
I I I
: Brooms 25c Rice 5 Lbs. 17c Corn Flakes
6c
$1.00 $1.98 up I i I Klnrlila. to-wlt: ea 1|
I II I I ( ,.tlih'HI.. Nn. 25II.': "",10..", r. vi:', ,
FOR RENT-Furnished down i I I"f NW'i At NW'', .1 I "sit' : lit -ii':', t
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TilE LATEST! IY S'l'Rl'JUSIiG"AJ.tf; ; I --- ------ --- -
stairs' apartment. Private bath I I

;raPPER COATS I' L.\I>IE8 W.private J. Epperson entrance, garage.- Mra. j I I: Still Coughing? All Bran, 5c Sugar, 5 Lbs. 25c | CHEESE, Lb 22c


.11": ;; SLIPS I No matter how many medicines .

, BEAUTIFUL qC\lATY MAY BLOSSOM'S School of Dancing you have tried for your cough chest .MAT( KKUKI: OK \KI1INEM 3 ItONKS
Meet for enrollment Friday, i, cold, or bronchial irritation. you can: I
)j

,! i a $7.95 $1.00 r tel.Feb. 11, 4 o'clock, Magnolia Ho Up.;I|i you Serious get cannot relief trouble now afford may with to be take Creomulaloni brewing a chance and. Salt C3 box lOc'3t!' tails 25c Macaroni .1 lOc


), nw V:\IE BIG \Lt."E I 1 with remedy less potent than
any
I RAWLEIGH Route now open. j! _. h _
j i Creomulslon which goes right to .
; Boys Overalls )JIiliS: Real opportunity for man who the seat of the trouble and aids nature SI.ICKI: I1KKKK.sr: 11'I'LE
wanta. permanent profitable work. to soothe and heal the Inflamed "Jo"InHS'I;

,1 WORK PANTS Sales way up this year. Start I and mucous membranes the germ-laden and to phlegm.loosen 1 I Bacon Lb. 23cSWIFT'S JELLY 2 Lbs 20c
1 SIZES I TO 18 Write expel \ ; ,
,, promptly. Rawlelgh'a Dept.' Even if other remedies have failed, .. ; _.___- _
' I FAB-223-K. Memphis Tenn. don't be discouraged, try Creomul- mtOOKFlELJJ -- ljhA16T
, 59c $1.00 I I sion. Your druggist Is authorized to :
AGENT WANTED to sell a low refund your money U you are not Salad! Dress. 20c

It Pays to Buy at l cost hospitalization plan In'' fits thoroughly obtained satisfied from with th* very the bene-first Tub ButterJb 37c Picnic Hams 22c

Stark and vicinity. Insurance ex bottle. Creomulsion Is one word-not AFPUS 10. Z
'I I patience not necessary. Write to'I Ii two and It has no hyphen In it.

f STERNBERG'S i United! W.I Hospitalization University Ave. Service Oaines-l, I I331'i Ask on 'the for it bottle plainly the genuine la,Creomulalon.see that product the name and and j _PEANUT BUTTER, 2 Lbs. 25c Sauce,2cansl5cAY.


I vine, Fill., or apply in person. Itp'' the reef yeti want. (Adv.)

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.. BRADFORD COUNT TEL?;ORAI'fl. 8TARKB PXOlUU//% FRIDAY. FEBRUARY
P\GE sa ---' _ -- n, ,M8 I


four years. omitted or levied taxes heM by NOT1CH Oil''Lie .
0.

1'1' FARMERS SECTIONNOTES During separated gestation from ,the a sow rest shouldbe of the LIVE STATE NEWSFLORIDA the Hit.oClale highest! ny Chapter he bidder Hdvertlxed 1SUIIB for each and of the a sold. provider 1917 to Lucille NOTICE. C;.:(II'rl"'U'ATI'Of 11'1 Edwards' hItHER' haM? '(UI:1'. T*x;; ti' I I

fii.M ,, ;
1 l ,,
( herd and gaining in weight but act rollowlnif of the deiicilbed Legislature real, upon estate the In certificates m. written request. that :n,, ,.,'"x'

allowed to become excessively the of together with 'nil ;?\,' ,
OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS not FACTS I.V SHORT PARAGRAPHSTAG Count; Hradford Htate of quent omitted or levied tux,. '" ,

fat. Exercise during this period Is... Florida._........ .M'10-, "".''L..'.'.: "_ ..M. ..I. ,",'U..,.".. .n_I by the mat, b.. adv.-rtlxed ,"n.1, ..'.''..I ,
u Important. Feeding and exerciseare I., NW/4 A run H 40 YdM. W 70 to me highest/ bldiier' for t ,,-i,, ,:"

I the two main factor in pro SALES ROI\11'': SOME NERVE VdM, Ii. 70 Ydd, W 2.18 YdK S provided 1037) act by of lIou.the LenlMntur.' Bill, 399 ...r ,II.,,
I 40 YdN, W 182 VdM, N 160 Ydx 1/1/ ,"?
ducing a good pig crop Dr. Kirk KtSSIMMEE.-A man helped the following..rrlbed real .
1C ,
440 Yd.
to Beg., Hec. 26 Tp. i 't";
I of
RURAL Sales automobile In
Hints To Housewives I explains. The sow should receivea TALLAHASSEE -- himself to a supply of goods and S H. K. 22 1'']., containing; 10 Florida the County, to-wlt of Hradford. 1 Si 1,,,n, t
'I
\ -- I COMMON SENSEBy ration that contains adequate I license tags produced one dime at a store just 300 feet AcieH, more or lea. NW. of NW(4( "See. 4 Tp 7 -i
$1,267,000 for distribution to thesixtyseven The tnxeN, to be sold<; are evldenned' R. 32! 12.
,
Demonstration of to from the front door of the containing A' ,
.' Weekly from Home amount good quality protein counties to help pay county by: certificate :N'OB. 1642 of 1933. re- more or IBBH. i < i

i" 1 IpP<'laJlAllt. TaltahttM SPUDS; JOHNSON meet body needs for developmentof Jail here and then drove off in an spectlvoiy! and repreHent taxes for The taxes. lo lie sold 1 .
school teachers' January salaries. the yearn 1032 to are i>\ 1 id 1. > ,'I i
1X37. both
Inclu-
, the pigs and to produce milk automobile with a woman com she, amounting to 120.16. I hr certlflcat No*. 290 of ID2N ,I' .

!' I THRIFTY FLAVORSFOR BEEF CATTLE FIELD Green succulent crops in addi- It was the full allotment understate panion. R. S. Roberts, courthouse I Said tax. certificate* together with Hiet the) >ttvely, 18Z7"to and represent tax<.- t, i
ll
year 11,
law. Each also botli
MEALS tion to their vitamin content and county received janitor said he I all subsequent omitted or Levied Hive. n n" i I""
W-rOST DAY IMPORTANT FOR saw the taxeH. will be amountlna", to $85.98.
r. FLORIDA CATTLJKMEN! tonic effect contain considerable about $3,700 In addition man wirvufno .Hstiit frhA etn'a.. anti "Dr A' .h.. snidlothehighedi" "M'h ..__ A___ bid-1_ AL/'IO/ all. af RJIIo .., ..s...
from race track taxes totaling Htarke. ';'; : Bee. 31 Tp.;: 8-1'I.'jt.' "2CI- .',:,. '
"Choose Condiments Carefully" -- quantities of protein. Sweet potatoes saw him drive; off with the woman : oaths 26th day of February, : : < ,
taming 20 Acre
247900. II.18 at 11:00: o'clock A. M. Stole 01 l.,- '
Is a good slogan for the housewife Florida cattlemen should draw a corn and chufas must be but thought the store" was being betel thin the 6th day of Febru The tax?* to tie. nold are ,,\'lfI..I1"'d

Interested In feeding her family ring around February 18 on their supplemented with fish neal, opened for the 41/8 business ary, mas.OFFICIAL. npHctlvely by certificate No*. 1319 of 19J.I: ,,.
( and
SEAL) represent taxes. ,
'
well on little money. When foods calendars. It's an Important date tankage or milk by-products. A HVSLEIl MUST DIE A J. THOMAS the year 19:12: to 1! ')7. both Ini nMlve '-r

with little taste of their own predominate for them-a date on which they mineral mixture la also necessary, JACKSONVILLE. Hys-I -. Clerk of Circuit Court of amounting: to 128.64.
Clyde Bradford Maid I tax certificate
County, together
In the menu flavors aid should be able to obtain profitableand for the brood sow. At farrowingtime ler must die la* the Florida elec- Cover thin slices of lemon with 3-11-31-2-23. Florida. nil subsequent omitted or L".d wi th
In making the food appetizing. useful information concern- a shelter should be provided tric the minced parsley and chopped ripe tax,,* will be Fold. to the highest l hI/I.l
State '
chair
Supreme dr at the { ct,.'l house iloi. ,
Old-fashioned Inexpensive herbs Ing their Industry. for the sow. Court in effect ruled when it refused olives. Add the lemon slices to \OTICB' OF .API'I.H'ATIO'V FOR on the 21i1 lh day of Febin"i t'Starke \,", \i".
the State Experiment It Is important to move the sow the TIH.IOO: 11)38, alII I ::00 o'clock A. M
like bay leaf thyme and sage are' On February 18 soup just as it is served.
unanimously on the part of << day of F. ,
excellent for soups as well as for Station at Gainesville Is und pigs to fresh pasture when the the five participating justices to -.- JIKHEBY' : OIVEN; That ary, 1938OFFICIAL. hi

meats and stuffings A half of going to stage Its third Beef Cattle pigs are a few days old as this order Never use a high compression TyUHJlu C. Iward", holder of Tax ( ., SEAL)
that the white
will the from 22-year-old water hose on the body of Certificate No. 1367 iHKued the 7th A. J. THOMAS,
of cattlemanIn protect pigs pmasltes. your uu
a bay leaf or a sprig or two Field Day. Every man be given a new trial for the tomoblle. day of August A. I). 19.13! : has. filed I I Clerk of Circuit. Court i">r
dried thyme Is enough for a med the state Is invited to attend. When about three weeks death of Mrs. John' H. Surrency. It Is extremely hard on name. In my office and hall made Ill-Hit ford County Florida

ium-sized pot roast a piece of The day has been set aside by old, the pigs should receive a gen- .. the paint job.Theupper. application cued thereon.for a Srild lox deed to be IH- 2-1 l-3t.2-25.
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boiled ham a stew a meat-nnd- the Experiment Station to give erous allowance of feed consist- .-- lorn,'"" the following; Nrrlbed l "01- .. i

cereal dish. Sage makes good cattlemen the opportunity- to inspect Ing of 70 parts corn, 20 parts MAYOR JIELE.tSEDTALLAHASSEE.MayOr Yosemite _Notlnnal.__Yosemite.- ..__ P..II_ fall...,.,,h.In MIDI property: -* nt: In Vl.-r.IH.- the' County. ,. --..,4.of.. Uradford .. _NOTICK__ (.KMTIFICtTK' Of.! "'1.1 OF '1"\\
seasoning not only for stuffingsbut and hear reports on cattle wheat shorts and 10 parts flan Robert & '" u up" NorthweHt Quarter "of' Northwent NdTICK IH MKIIKBY' lIVEN I hit
I 1,430 feet in one sheer fall Carl Jonas has filed
also! for beef and cheese that have recently completed feedIng meal or tankage this mixture being a height Quarter. lens 5 acres In NR ten with me UK\'
pork, that
,
R. Williams of Miami, asked equal to nine Niagaras. Corner, Hertlon: 4 Township, request the tax rnrIfcabs -,
dishes. It gives best flavor when tests to enable them to con- I placed/ in a creep accessible the supreme court to order his Smith, flange 22 ICimt. contain-7 omitted together with all Hiihen.in'"i

used sparingly. fer with workers of the Experiment only to them. Young pigs shouldbe release from charges growing out Approximately 700,000,000 bushels The lug. 35 Acre, more of or"I I less. State b*or advertised'levied taxes and held nolil by to i t u)h..

Station and State Agricul- treated for cholera before they of wheat are arty aNMfHMment the said prop hlcheot bidder for rash a* prmnl, i-
Other inexpensive seasoningsare i. of the Dade grand jury investigation consumed annually : under the said certificate Intied *- ed by Chapter
Service and with are from the wan In the 18298 of the 1017 a. <-
tural Extension separated sow.
in the United name of Unknown
States. of
: Cloves or cinnamon for smoked of bribe accusations. Justice Unless said certificate the Legislature. upon the follow
each other on the problems of -. shall be to. Inir described real
Glenn Terrell issued two writs of deemed extol In III"I'ounly
according
shoulder to
meats like ham or ; law the
prop-
I breeding feeding and management BINGO IS GAMBLING habeas \OTICH OF "'I."J 01 TAX arty dencrlbed. therein will ba old I ids of Uradford, State of Fl,i.
with almost corpus directing Sheriff D. CKHTIKIfATKS to the highest to-wit:
powder any bidder
curry at the
which are continually com TALLAHASSEE. The Supreme \ C. Coleman to release the mayor NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that houne. door on the first Monday court In Com. at SB 'or of NW'i of NE'.
meat or fish dish especially one ing up and to( let them see for I Court affirming the con- until the court can consider his C.written L. Milliard ha. filed' with me the month of April. I91S. whlchjn run W 17S y.Ia N 176 Yd*. K
first-hand r."u..t that the tax c..rtlfl..atea the 4th day of April 1938. 175 Ydn, S 17I$ YdN, to bea; 8 A
made of left-overs; mustard for themselves the work viction of six jrnpa men on attack on charges of conspiracy ( together with all MUhnequent tinted thin 6th day of February. ft NE', of NEH; Sec. 82 Tp. 7

salad dressings cheese dishes that is being done by Station research charges of operating a gaming and exacting remuneration not omlted or levied taxes held 195*. M. U 21 E, containing 46 Acre
by the State l he advertlned
and Hold (OFFICIAL. SEAL more or leHM.
ham, fresh pork, beef and mut workers on cattle problems. house, ruled that the game of bin- provided by law. to the hlffheMt hldder for cash a* I A. J. THOMAS) / The taxes" 161 h>.. Mold are evidenced

ton. Talks by Director Wilmon Newell go is a form of gambling. Justice --.-- provided 1937 by Chapter 18298 of the Clerk of Circuit ( nurt nf by certificate Nil*. 195 of 1934 reMpectlvely -

Dr. H. Harold] tiume. Dr. A.I i (_.t._>_,._ T_._.r*..ll. wrIHno-.. the__ _miitnr.____. the followlnadeorlbetl act of the Legislature, upon I' Bradford County, Florida. and. represent" taxes foi
nn. n. n DEPOSITS SHOW INCREASE real "ntnt" l 1IIlita11.o'ru'lo ... 'h&... ...b.... __ ,.......... ._ 'M. _.., .__..._
Tomatoes - n. IV .
either I.
fresh uu. anclu
canned
or L. Shealy W. E. Stokes WalterJ. in tile County of
Ity opinion, said "to constitute Bradford. Htate of site' amounting: to 140.73. ,

lemons garlic, celery, and parsley Sheely, and other Experiment gambling, it is immaterial by I TALL.AHASSEEDeposlta ,instate Flnrliln.r.ot 1.towlt 2 &: SUj of Lot S & All :> : Of APPLICATION FOil all Nald tax certtrii-Hte. together' with

provide not only flavor but also Station and Extension Service what name it is called if the elements banks and trust companies l Lot & NH of Lot 9 & All Lot (!! T.\\* Bill: I>KKIRenat !Mo.> 1413)NOTICE taxes subsequent will be Raid omitted to the highest or Levied bid- I

workers will be features of a of gambling are of Florida increased 91,700,000 16, 17. 18, 31, 55. 66.< 57, 55. 6t, der at the Courthouse door Iii
food value. present 60 & NUj{ of 61 & 64 In Wood- 18 hEREBY OIVB.V That Starke the
on 25th
program that will begin at 2 Chance actuated by the hope of during 1937. Reports to State hHI'n'Ieo./ 29 Tp. S S. II. 23: E. Lucille C. KdwardD, holder of Tax' 19J8, at I 11:00 I : ) u'flock day A.of M.February,

Further information on waya to o'clock in the afternoon, but all getting something for nothing Is Comptroller J. M. Lee showed the Ian containing.. ISO Acres, more or day Certificate of July No., A.671 D. 1930 issued, hall the filed 7th Dated. 1938.OFFICIAL this. the 6th day of February. -

cut food coats may be found_ in cattlemen who can are urged to the controlling element in gam banks and trust 'companies Increased The taxe to be Hold are evidenced Ham In my office and has made ( SISAL)

Farmers', Bulletin No. 1757, "Diets come to Gainesville In the morningso bling." I I their resources by $2,371- by pertinent No. 172 and 830 of application uml thereon.for Said H tax' deed to be I.- *>\. J. THOMAS/

to Fit the Family Income," issued they can look over the Station 000 during the year. Deposits on r..pr..nl 1927 and tRace 1933 for respectively the yearn 1426 and brace the folloulnu'certificate dHNcrlhedproperty em I'leik Rradfoid" of Circuit County,Court Florida of.

farm, herds and flocks and talk CANALS STILK DEADLY Dec. 31 were $75,903,460, against to 1957. both inclusive amounting; : In the County of Bradford 2-I I-3 t-2-25.
by the U. I !State: of Florida
S. ,
Department of Agriculture with ,,10 1440 17. to-wlt: -
the workers about their
prob- $74,204,602 Dec. 31 1936:
I WEST PALM BEACH. An- on Raid tax certificate together with South Half of Southeast Quar BUS SCHEDULE
Washington D. C. tar of
Southwest
lems. -. all Mubwequent onittted or Levied Quarter of
r other death in one of the road- taxes will be sold to the highest Section 33 TownshIp. 8 South,
side canals In the Everglades, TOY PISTOL NO TOY bidder at the Courthouse door In Hange 22 Kant containing 20 Southbouna
CLAYTON URGES Starke on the 2Hh! day of Acre, mortf or len*. No. 205-Due Stance :9:15:
ty agents or committeemen their 'which have claimed more than a MAYO.-Son of a great hunterW. 19.18 at 11:00: o'clock A. M.February The assessment of the said prop- p.m.

TOBACCO GROWERS tobacco acreage and productlton in score of lives in the past two ( G. Croft), young Harold Croft, Hated thin the 5th day of Feb- erty sued under the nald certificate 1..- No. 207-Due Stark 11:45: p.m.
ruary 1938.OFFICIAL.. was In the name of Simon: No. 203-Due Starke 12:13: :
1035 1036 and 1937 the p.m.
or acre-
revealed when the nine HnnkerHon.Unlena .
years was bodyof only years old, bagged his ( !SEAL; )
TO GIVE DATA they Intend to in tobacco said certificate No. 201-Due Starke 10:20: a.m.
age plant shall be
a man was found floating neara game with nothing but a toy gun. A. J. THOMAS: !; deemed re
this if did not Clerk of Circuit Court of according to law the prop- NorthboundNo.
year they grow submerged car in a canal between Harold had gone calf hunting, and Bradford arty described therein will ba sold
tobacco in 1035 1936 1937. County, Florida. to the 202-Duo Starke 1:50: ; p.m.
or highest bidder
: Observation Point and Bean while 2-11.U-2-25. at the court
GAINESVILLE. A call to walking along a rabbit
house door No.
on the first Monday In 204-Due Starke 4:13: :
p.m.
:. Florida bright leaf tobacco pro- Inasmuch as the legislation City on the southern rim of Lake I jumped up in front of him and OTICR OP *ppi.ir'Tion von the month of April 1131 which I la I No. 206.Due Starke 9:15:

ducers who did not cooperate with pending in Congress will also affect Okeechobee. having nothing shoot he did the TAX nKKIKrnnte > the 4th JAy| of April 193H. : p.m.
Dated thl 6th No. 208-Due Starke
( mil !No. day of February 3:00: a.m.
the 1937 Agricultural Conserva- them cotton producers should -4>- next best thing, he threw his cap NO-TICK la HKKKBYCJIVKN.16.1) I 9,iS. No. 214--Due Starke 9:20:

tion Program to give information also give data on their farming SPEND $2.10 A DAY pistol at the fleeing game, scoring T. N. Kendrlck. holder of Tar' Cer (OFFICIAL, SEAL) Starke Bus a.m.
tificate A. J. THOMAS Agent: Deaaley'a]
No. 15". iHHUed
the 2nd dav
on their to operations to their county agents BRADENTON.-"How much do a bulls-eye. Hit the Clerk of
farming operations square on of !:September A. D. 193G. has flied Circuit Court of Service Station, opposite court-
their county agents as soon as Mr. Clayton said. trailer owners and their families head the rabbit toppled ,over, andso unmn: In my office and ban mad ap- Bradford County, Florida.
11__". _.. 1__ ._ .__ .'h.' .L.. ._ ...._ I-Jj.St-3-lI. bouse.Vallee's .
"Rn.
'UI' I."
u..u oe
; possible was issued today by H. .- spenu wDiie they are on winter young Croft then went proudly Rued thereon. /Raid certificate em ----

: G. Clayton administrative officer SUCCESS IN PRODUCING and summer vacations?" The home. brace. the following described property -

; of the question hereby .. In the County of Bradford i Memory Test for Popular SongsBy
program in Florida. was given an answer -- State of Florida to-wlt: I

"At presents Mr. Clayton said HOGS DEPENDS ON CARE Capt. Edward H. Jungelas, of "BAIL"OUT" SAFELY Seven Acre on South Side of

_
"records of farmers who Cincinnati president of the Auto- Southeast Quarter of Northeast
,
..
: cooperated AND CHOICE OF SOW Quarter
OPA LOCKA.-Two naval reserve Section 10, Tp. 7 Sooth _
with the program in 1937 are mobile Tourists Association, who Range SI East., containing; 7 -
flyers who took to their :
available and set $2.10 as the AcreN more or leu*. {
as planting time is average sum
GAINESVILLE. Successful parachutes when I thelr plane The ani :
;
'here and acreage and marketing spent each day by every adult burst into flames : under the sail certificate tunned _
allotments are made from the records hog production depends primarilyon trailer occupant. were reported wan In the name of T. J... _
it is choice and care of the brood A recovering from burns they re- Cralcir.!
important that -
those
ceived.: Fire enveloped the craftas VnlpH said certificate shall be redeemat _I '
who did not cooperate In 1937 turn] sow, according( to Dr. W. G. Kirk, MOVIE STUDIO FOR MIAMI accordInic to law the property ___ ?

in data on their operations to their animal husbandman with the State MIAMI. Fleischer Studios it dived with three o.bors on described therein will b. old
Experiment Station. a ground target in bombing prac- to the highest bidder at the court
county agents at once." I Inc." of New York producers of house door on the first Monday In
? As Breeding stock that will produce animated cartoons and motion Ice. The men leaped from an the month of March 1918 which la
soon as Individual farm allotments -
altitude of 2,000 feet and floated the 7lh day of March 1038.
are determined by local 'I hogs with market requirements picture shorts Informed the coun- safely to earth. Their plane was Dated thla 9th day of February,
and must be selected. Gilts and sows ty commission it planned to erecta 1938.
county
committeemen and OFFICIAL,
approved destroyed. ( BRAD
by the state officers farmers of the desired types and conformation $300,000 studio here. Max: A. J. THOMAS;
can be found in all well- Clerk of Circuit Court of
will be notified Fleischer, president said contracts -
of their allotments -
TARRED IN FUN Bradford County, Florida.
known breeds Dr.
Kirk
for 1938. says. for construction of the 2-I i-4t-3-4

: If Breeding animals should be studio had been awarded. The TAMPA.-Two University of
pending legislation is enacted lOTIfH OF KALFJ'
it is likely that the 1938 healthy, well-gorwn, smoothlyand commission voted to build a short Tampa students apparently suffered CRHTIFICATKS OP TAX

f poundage deeply-fleshed and should stretch of road to the site. no 111 effects from what I NOTICE IS HKREBY OIVKN: that "
allotment, or marketing quota, Khtia' ; Jackson ha. filed with "
have me
well-developed legs and Chief of Detectives W. D. Bush .
for a farm will be the normal written requent. that the tax certif I
.. per acre for the farm yield bones and be free from coarse- CODY GETS CONTRACT said was a tarring and feathering icates together with all subsequent _

by the number of acrea multiplied in the ness about the head and neck. GAINESVILLE. Prof. Dean during a fraternity initiation. __ _

farm's They should also come from large Slagle chairman of the committeeon The students, whose names were
acreage allotment under
the 1938 program. uniform litters.Wellgrown athletics has announced the not disclosed asked that no steps IYHEN COLDS BRING ; _

reappointment of Josh be taken to apprehend those who
Operators of farms gilts should be bred Cody as r
for which a athletic director took In the initiation.
part
and head coach _
tobacco base was not established to farrow at one year of: age. If
at the University of Florida for a SORET.HROAT
under AAA programs in previousyears well cared for they will] producetwo three-year period effective Jan. SIGN KILLS GIRL

should report to their coun- litters a year for three or 1, 1933. I
MACCLENNY.. A Baker

County grand jury will consider

the case of E. D. Chessman, theater -

THE MODERN WAY operator who rigged up an

I electrical contrivance to keep the w.\ ,

IS TO boys from tearlngr-down his signs. I :!i.II
Relieves I
A nine-year-old negro girl came ; rsPAm

I along, touched the wires over the THROAT

signs and couldn't turn loose. .

When the current, was turned off ,;;

she fell to the pavement and died RAWNESS
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five minutes later. Chessman told I Rudy Valloe, A.S.C.A.P., htte the line hard at rehearMls. I

the coroner's jury all about it. He ,:J.>

said he had tried out the wiring Enters' Body Daniel I. McNaroara hit studio or home several timesIn
succession. Then he the
plays
and so had his Dr. R. R.
son." throughStomach RUDY VALLEE, whose radio pro- number from memory several times
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Killinger, county medical officerat 2ndIntestines of the past decade have usually on the piano. Then tbs

Jacksonville made an autopsyand been a short cut to fame and for- number is forgotten for a week at

__ reported that the primary to tune for many present day celebri- leant.When

a cause of the girl's death wits an Ease Pain ties, has been successful not alone he believes a suitable time
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II abnormal condition of the thymus iu the choice of new artist for has elapsed he tries to play the
I his Ions-continued radio entertain- numberagain from memory. To
gland and that shock had aggra- The speed with which Bayer tab menta, but also In his selection of I the extent that he is able to recall

vated it.CANT. lets act in relieving the dmtreBiing popular songs Like the participantsin the song, both as to tnusla and

symptom!)of colds andarcompany- his programs bis new musical 'words, he gives the number his

--- DIVERT GAS FUNDSTALLAHASSEE. Ins tore throat is utterly amazing numbers have bad a high; rating approval for radio use. It the number '

and the treatment 1 is simple In public acceptance fact gener- has failed to register In his

.-Tbe special and pleasant. This is all you do. ally explained by Val'ee's rigid mind. It Is discarded as lacking

I gasoline tax law applying to Okee- (Crush and dissolve three Rename requirements. the undeniable qualities that make
_________ Mayer Aspirin tablets in one-third The relatively short life for
chobee County has been held invalid of current popular song success. What
BUT WHEN in class! of water. Then gargle with popular songs, due to their these qualities are Vallee does not
YOU DO proceedings just completed -
BE SURE IT'S WITH in Federal Court at Miami. The this hejd mixture twice, holding your being played to an early graTe once attempt to describe. He is convinced
well bnck.
they bare caught on with the that It he doesn't recall the son;,
law sought to divert gas tax This medicinal gargle will net public, has multiplied tbe problems the public will be equally unimpres

HDUOTHERM money from road construction to almost like a local anesthetic on of men like Vallee. Himself a sod Thus he exemplifies the attribute -

repayment of $200,000 of court- th, sore irritated membrane of gifted and versatile composer of which Elbert Hnbbard defined

house bonds In Okeechobee. The your throat Pain eases promptly: songs-he is one of the best-known as something rarer than ability

Everyone : suit rawness is relieved of the popular song creators' rep "the ability to recognlzai
today is changing was brought by Bessemen
to oil-buring heaters. You will say it Is remarkable. resentation in the American Society ability."

What a pleasure they are NO DUST NO Properties, Inc.. of Delaware And the few cents it costs effect of Composers. Authors and One of the Bongs linked with I
Fourteen
: somewhat similar acts ailectasbigsavingoverexpenslve"throat Publisher*-he knows the importance Vallee's earlier radio days was tM

GRIME NO WORK. It's clean even heat and by Circuit Judge J. B. Johnson of and strong medicines of maintaining a steady flow "Stein Song," which he resurrected,:
Tallahassee and And( when you buy see that you of suitable new from
twenty-four others songs through his comparative oblivion, dressed
"" the Duo-Therm regulates itself automatically. Call for are to come before him soon. get genuine BAYER ASPIB N. weekly entertainment. in suitable orchestration, and.moo',

demonstration. The State Supreme Court Many are composing and writing into a national hit.
spilt
popular tonga but there are" few thlt,
three and three at two separate bits. To select! Among his latest Stunts of
suitable numbers same sort Is the revival! of avie&'t
QUIGLEY bearings on their validity. from the material at bead, Vanes Vknl- -which had short-lived
a ]
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DAVIS ---.-- vobred a method ec tnrln oat
the vogue tm Europe: several years aglJl|
The apple as shown new numbers on hlmaeU. When *
\ by the BIble and was unknown until Vans
a
STARKE, FLA. is one of the oldest cultivated IfULLirtually DOZEN 25C 1 Valise song is suggested for radio use, applied his magic touch and sen*
obtains
fruits. It was brought to Amer = a recording of the it hurtling to the top ot tie yeaf.|

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1 : MOTION P CTERE FOOD\ PRICES' 'LOW. ST'iN' -E G EENMoNTHsl] Lemon-Snow Cake Rivals

OU FAVOWITESpopul.ircookingsclioolmov I II
'SHOWS
I Local grocers agreed with national -: lion are going to do a lot of grocery Other Important food Items have !

I reports this week that food I buying after they become inspired undergone similar price I losses I!
)r I prices now prevailing' are the lowest I by seeing "The Bride Wakes Wholesale' butter, for example Lemon Pie in Popularity

In eighteen months. One of Up' was sixteen per cent below the De- I i .

them remarked : "Good white ba Meal prices led the decline but comber peak' eggs' fifty-two percent

tp1"! Me con Is selling for twelve and a moat vegetable, fruits and dinner from November highs potatoes r 1m. .

half ct'nts.and 'that's surapin'." table staples such na sugar, potatoes fifty per rent since summer I| h fW.r Y e'.r Hn9 A .
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Another said that meat prices are eggs, butter and lard also lard rty.thrE'e per cent )' rf

one-third lower than this time last I are lower. from (he 1937 high. flour twelveto

year. Wholesale prices in Chicago the twenty per cent from May lev-

I According I to a survey of.food. Nation's principal farm produce els nnd major grains thirty-three'

prices In wholesale and retail markets marketing center', were considered to flfty- lx per cent

grocery basket costs have representative of market quotations -; The economic experts give various I

., dropped since fall from the high- In most sections of the coun- and sundry reasons to explain
est level in six yean to the lowest tiy the but the -
it', drop, average consumer
", point since August 1938 Since September wholesale meat won't worry about these !

,If It is very fitting that the low prices have taken one of their The point la' that food Is cheap

I II I food prices should come at the I sharpest drops on record, with de- nnd once more the housewife can

I;J4,'.J : time the Telegraph Is sponsoringa clines waging from nine to fifty Indulge her family with meats, I j-r- I

cooking school here, for local per cent for all nits offered by //sWE'et9. and the little delicacies

housewives throughout this sec- houses I thai make eating such fun.Here's : ... II
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: Grand New Dessert j jI This delicate dessert the perfect
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I Do you sometimes find It difficult to pick
I., the right dessert for a substantial dinner?
For Bridge or Buffet SupperI "'or light refreshment after an evening of
I bridjre Then you'll welcome this feathery-
light cako with its tart lemon filling .

In fact, Lemon-Snow Cake (Is so ,delirious \
e so attractive it's a thrilling/ ad
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t a* sion! Men go simply wild about j
e delicate lemon flavor and tantalizing t',
HE Do YOUR menfolk rebel at
, your Sift flour and baking; powder to-
/ tilling 1 What's more, it's Inex-: 3 times.. Add tmiall amounts
rg picture "The Bride Wakes use of salad as the main course? and to make. jrcther
pensive easy of flour to Spry mixture,
,: Up", which is being shown currently Take the "Bride's" wise hint and \ This tempting dessert is light n!< with milk, beating after nlh'rnat..lr.

: is causing widespread give them a Tuna Fish Salad, V A feather, fine-Uxtured too. And lion until smooth Beat egg whites
> f'I. until Htlll but not dry and fold\ carefully
;. all favorable ask for and It's white as snow 1 it's only I Into mixture until well blended.
comment- extremely they'll again again: 9c __________ with a fluffy, puts white shorten-
Pour batter Into two 8-lneh layer
: -and should be down
put jag that run make an amazingly -
you ; greased with Spry' Rake In
pana
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immediately list of snow-whito c.tke like this. .
[ : on your moderate oven 330"F.: ) 23 to 30
?tlungs to du". Don't forget; too lljhtness and minutes.
One envelope Knox Sparkling o Ip u Y fineness of texture depend upon the Spread Lemon Filling between
[The picture has been exceptionally Gelatine, Yt cup cold water, 1 I /kind of shortening you use. And laynre and sprinkle ton with con '
] well done :\tany.uscful household fish /i Spry,the new vegetable shortening, fectioners' cugar rubbed with lemon
tuna celery
cup cup rind.
makes cakes unusually fine-textured
hints have: been cleverly fitted
(chopped), Yi green pepper and marvelously light. LEMON FILLING
Into the main plot so that in no (finely chopped), 2 tablespcion- Surprise your family with this 9 tAhlmpnnna eornatareht

|Way' are )you distracted from the fuls olives (chopped), J4 cup 'T.5t luscious I.pmon-Snow Cake tomorrow *A" trtutprxtn rup miim?Hilt

Theme of the picture.. And yet, cooked salad I And don't worry if they take pup hot wfttorS
Fallen it is amazed dressing or mayonnaise second helpings, for it's easy to err r.olk.,.HihtljbrnUmty
over you are J/J teaipoonful salt, J4 teaspoonful + digest I You can't miss success if up jiilr
This Pineapple Parfait %tnutpuon vriitfMl Irtnon rind
it the wealth. of information
you paprika, 1 tablespoon you use these simple directions 2 t&bluBpoun butter

]ave, garnered. mild vinegar, few grains cayenne, Cake is light and 4t 1+ ',t', tee} LEMON: SNOW CAKE Combine cornstarch, sugar and .:
Pictured here are four delicious salt In top of double boiler and mix
if desired. velvety, with a %cup Spry. new ...,-table thoroughly. Add hot water and stir
dishes j that can be made with a Pour cold water in bowl, and ,MlmrU'nlnir. until smooth. Cnok over hot water:
t't''e d
delicate fruit flavor
ingle package of a well-known g nuwan.alt until smooth and thick (15 minutes).
sprinkle gelatine on top of water. II I t u'NMfifHtn grated lemon rindoup
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I Pour over slightly beaten egg
niinr
[plain, unflavored gelatine, one of Place bowl over boiling water and S I Iou,.. MirtU. flour (I..k.flour yolks, return to double bnller and,
tlic, products hi: featured in this profcrrrdlIrattiUMinn cook 1 minute longer, Add lemon,
ing stir until gelatine dissolved.Cool, Are you tired of the tame old i ':& bttklnir powder Juice, rind and butter and blend.
Charming picture.. cakes? Of the frostings you've + jY.aftdt ,r cup milk'
and add salad dressing, fish! sep- r y Sees :whltm wen Cool and spread between cake
If f you are a little bit tired of rice made for :years? Then youll want I layers. Thin. recipe makes enough,
arated into flakes, celery, pepper to try the delicious Pineapple Par- d Combine Spry salt and lemon tilling to spread between two flinch '
>madding as it is usually served, (from which seeds have been removed fact Cake shown In the photograph. a I rind and blend. Add sugar gradually layers.

'. res thi oltl-fa'hinned dish u!>into ), olives, salt, vinegar, This delicate white cake la a -
;i delicious Fruit Rice Bavarian: and Turn into dream-It's so light and feathery! 4 ''I
paprika cayenne. Its exquisite texture makes you ,rd,4>>1 art'
mold that has been rinsed in cold think of a velvety parfait And Its -- HERE'S NEWEST TASTE SENSATION! I
'UI'.T 1114 F.; ttAIII"V water and chill. Unmoltl on ]lettuce flavor la new and distinctive Pineapple Parfait Cake fully Into mixture until well ,
blended. Mo wonder 3 cakes
combination of pineapple Juice ]pry I
One envelope Knox Sparkling leaves and garnish with slicesof with fresh lemon rind The fro.t.Ftne and velvety--with a delicate are a dream,with lino, ,1 jify I II I
tomato and hard-cooked has the delicate, fruity blend _fruit flavor ter like this! Pour batter Into I ICavor.
[Gelatine, !J4 cup cold water, Y eggor tag same 9-inch
two deep layer
And it's light and fluffy M up Spry (new UiplocroamixJohortcDing pins I
BO
1 slices cut from stuffed olives with$ Bake In mod
cup sugar, 4 teaspoonful salt, for ) greased prl M1
it's
you'll agree simply perfect
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crate oven ((330 F.) 23 to JOminutes.
teaspoonful vanilla, 1 cup cooked diamond-shaped pieces cut from this dainty dessert. M H teaapoon tejuipoon: unit gratud' tenant rind I 1r

{ rice, I cup cream or evaporated green pepper, celery tips. and Try Pineapple Parfait Cake for 1 eat yolk Spread Pineapple Parfait i
[milk (whipped), Yt cup fruit. 4 watercress.; your next buffet supper or for Sun1 enj."uimr Fronting between layer and oa
day tea. And serve it on a colored 3 eupa sifted flour top and sides of cako. I
Pour cold water in bowl and cloth, for this snowy-white cake (...... flour pri-form: !)

sprinkle gelatine on top of water. .; THE makers the famous! Knox looks striking against pastel shades ,: :::assert nii baking pineapple powder juice:: Pineapple Parfait Frosting I,

|Place? bowl in boiling water and i Sparkling Gelatine which is usedin or bright eolors-against blue,pink M cup water I 2 Clue "M tea, unbuulun
or yellow. 4 egg haws H cups near I
stir until dissolved. Add to hot i. the above recipes, also makd! a But there's to I 5 tat>lu pnuiM pineapple }uioe
just one thing
isCombine '
Spry, unit, lemon 1 bunt
utwtxon a rn Birupteanpoon I I
cooked: ri ,sugarsalt and vanilla. flavored gelatine dessert Knox member-a snowy-white cake with rind and egg yolk and blend U grated lemon rind S

Meat well, cool, and when it be- < Jell-to which the cooking school a delicate flavor like this, demands Add sugar gradually and cream Combine egg whites sugar, v dty
IIbort1IIltti light and fluffy. Takes but
white, ALJLvegetat>
Igins( to thicken, fold in whipped I calls attention. It has only been on enlngr a pure like Spry. It ,will save time, a Jiffy with triple-creamed Spry. in pineapple top of double juice and boiler oom and alrup mix v s

[cream or whipped evaporated ..lmilk. the market a little over a year yet too, for Spry Is so smooth and Sift flour and baking powder thoroughly. Place over rapidly
Into this whip one-half ,y p it has already taken first place in >creamy It blends with other mgrete.ether 3 times. Add email boiling water and beat constantly
cup dienU in halt the time and costa amounts of flour to creamed with rotary egg boater ,'a 5'
[cooked: pineapple, maraschino i the quality line-up of quick-set- Jess to use. You won't need anymlxturo, alternately with comunUI mixture holds up In peaks ,
cherries fresh canned 1 it-flavored desserts. Distinctive else to off the meal, for bIDed pineapple juice and water (about 7 minutes). Remove from
{ top
or peaches ting, thing '
beating after each addition until fire add lemon rind, and best I r M r ; 'A1 /'
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y... strawberries or cooked apples. for its delicious] rich fruit .Pineapple Parfait dessert a grandclimax .ranotb. Beat egg whites. until until oool and thick enough to ...r+
a complete for any tiff but not dry and fold .nMS
carespread. rV e
r |Bananas or preserved figs with flavors,six in all, its bland textureand :: buffet supper I

"4 , | -- -- --- II are '"golden opportunity" for houMwIvej and
also be combined with the rice make it squares Banana Scallops, pictured above I
unique among gelatine Cboooluto Pie Prune Cake I frost the cake and cut In are the newest member of the
mixture. Turn into mold that has desserts.The of its cooked banana family I _,_-...-,,
secret superior ,
'j.I,, One-fourth block of batter, two One cup .of sugar three tablespoons or It may be served warm us a rra eaaw -- ,
j been rinsed in cold water and chill ,quality, that it is the only product eggs" two teaspoonfuls ,of cornstarch of butter, two eggs well pudding with the frosting served |7
'.:f until firm. Garnish with fruit or of its kind which has the 'W II.- one cup of sugar, one cup beaten one cbpful"nf prune juice as a hard aaiioe.k tra added favor with all the for S tablespoons butter In frying

,|a few nut meats. With fresh fruit known Knox Gelatine, its quality of cream! a cup of milk or water, one and one-half teaspoonfuls of Frosting| know family how try good cooked bananas bananas taste bow You brown Pan. Fry.and turning tender Salt bananas and, until

additional: sugar'will be required. twin, ass base. I vanilla and a pinch of salt, .and cinnamon one-half teaspoonful of Two teaspoonfuls melted butter, good they are for you. You've tried very hot serve
1 two tablespoonifuls of cooua. cloves two cups of'flour, one tea- one and one-half cupfuls of powdered them In dozens of -...7.. Now see And now for that. brand new cook.

I Mix butter, egg yolks, sugar, spoon of soda, one-half teaspoon of sugar grated orange rind what a mere kitchen range can do ery sensation Banana Scallops!
I corn March and cocoa and suit I I ea.lt one cupful prunes choppedfine two tablespoon fulet orange Juice to bring out that bidden exotic Serve them with your meat or main
} FUNERAL DIRECTOR adding cream milk and vanilla and one cupful of walnuts and one-fourth teaspoonful of salt. flavor! coarse serve them with pride to

t My Mazy Tear Kipertonce Makes It Possible.for Me to RenderEFFICIENT Cook until thick Cool and placeIn Cream shortening and sugar Mix ingredients wen If the mix- To'Bake Sananai/ : Peel bananas. the tune of compliments

6 and already baked pie shell and cover well and add well beaten eggs and ture Is too thick to spread add a Cue whole or cut Into halves or Banana Scallops
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DeWITT C. JONESStarke left over egg whites for the me- together all the dry Ingredientsand to spread over the prune and sprinkle with salt lake In a I* Uup*. Kit cracker trumlM,
F Ingue. add this mixture then fruits cuke moderate e aria txuuuiu or corn milt
Florid I oven ((375'?,) until
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t whole banan or _____U..d melted fat or oil In trying pan. For
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: Afternoon tea can be one of the I To Broil hot. I Heat fat to 375'F, (or until a 1.
Bananat
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or eut In
. I occasions a leisurely, intimate Place on' broiler halves or quarters. seconds). Beat egg and add salt
; t. hour toward the end of a busy day Brush with rack or In pan. slice peeled bananas crosswise into
O"G when good friends get togeth: for with salt. Droll melted until butter. sprinkle I.Inch thick pieces. Dip |Info egg and
G \ -: Eght refreshment The most impor- I 10 minutes for whole tender- to roll In crumbs or corn nua!l. Shallow -
( tr \ : tant point in making the event a frosswlse halves bananas or fry or depp-fat fry In the bot
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success is, of course to serve delicious for quarters or lengthwise; minutes fat 1H to 2 minutes or until brown
1 tea. A poor cup of tea can To halves. and tender. Drain on uiiftlaz'd paper
Fry Jiananas
I / spoil any part). First, be sure that Peel, cut into Serve very hot Six "E'r. ings.

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PHONE 103 : PILLSBURY'S BEST PLAYS A LEAD : then pot in one teaspoonful of tea '. ;f \.
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- IV THH NAMK OF THE STATEn (he ., upon folowln. application for a tax ,deed to beissued : ta It'. l.ike, of Section 23 Al I In' under naltl applcatol. copy of no house doot on the first MOIKI
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"'LJI) OF TAX I..I.lalur. s
Of Said eel""Iltlrote I mbracen Township 7 South, Range 21 Idst.t1 to bo Ihe of "
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- 7j tKNOTICK that H appearing by affldsvlt filed In Htat. Florida to- the following I ihsciIhodproperty In Hi''Harold County, Florida. ann D K. PARn01"r.Acllnl the 7th day of 1918 I "
ll'adtol'd
IH HfcRKnY <'JVKN wJtI that certain In Circuit Court. II : In the County of Hra'lt"rd'l 'repr..ontn. the unpaid taxes for Assistant( Comml..lonel.lU5t21 thin 19th., day of In ,,,
filed "
H O. W. Hahme. Jr. has I'Oloe \ 'Inclusive ".
j' the taxrertlflcates Hindford Coiintv, jrioi'Itla, In I han- W'6 of SWV4 & >TJ'4 of SW' Htnte of 1""Ila. to-wlt : y.ara 10 1937, both 1te' "
. that
.. ,, me written request t Except I Acid to Churth, Hut- niks 2, 18 lots I In Crostav I amounting, to $2.359.41. ( SEAL)
I' together with levied all la..aCo subsequent cery plaintiff, I 1 .U 'd'I. 1>.' :! defendant. : frill 34 Tp a H n. 20 13. toil- Lake Shore In 8KV ,rr 54cc. 24 ALSO ): NKV4 of NWH of W4 of )O''U'f OF APPLICATION FOR OIFIU1 J. THOMAS

:;, omitted or advertised and 'r'ireh for lalnhl 1190", more or less & In NK'xl:' of Section 21 Township I Hat.. 2 Tp 1 S. R 22 KI, conlaln- TAX IMCKOft Cleijt of Circuit (',
head by the State be Ild. ; lie Hold evidenced' 8 Houth. Itunire 21 1 Kasl. I ling Acres, more or less, lfl.1 ,"u I f
Hold. to the highest bidder for cash lii'lnn I i l" ., .: I tin I 'h. .. me < >nn<. HIM No. ) Hr ford County. V h'" .1 1 ,
of of the said I The bin sold evidenced
Chapter 18296 ofthe Is a resident of a stale or Country by lertlfliHles NOH 49 and 67 The assessment prol'I I taxes to are NOTICMIHHUHKBiraiVieCJ, That 1-21-51-2-J8.
: as provrtled 1917 nits, by of .he Legislature. unknown to tho plaintiff, and that 130 and 1914 re"p.'tv.ly. and rep- .rl y outlet t the said coil ,' | hv ceitlfliHtes No. 218: of 1914. andlepinsent Fouler Bhl Smith, holder of Tax Cer.

dest'rlbetl rent there Is no In I the State of .. t Iho uI"nhl .. for the sued ails In the name nf l.dimi AIDanber the unpaid taxes for the No. 631: (HHtied the 7th day
upon the following p..OI lfl.13 'to I 111:17, both inichnisilve.anssiioling Ith'al. NO'rI'f "PPf.lr""|"|((
of Bradford Florida ser lte of personal process y"rl 19J1! HI7: both inclusive veins A. P 191.1 has filed same "
the County IIU.t :T
.Int. II whom,would ptiHonnllv i I to ) tIn I... said rtitlflcnte i ,.hll I be J In $20,8ft. In and has made application I1IOKIINrnnle
"1 State .lorld., to-wlt: Lot 2 the upon said defendant an""nlll/II" ......lth'RI"UII.L loKether with redeemed ",','u'dlnl I to the ALSO: $\'', of snvi of vw & for a tax deed to be Issuedthereon ( Rill %ir. KI.D:

All Except IT IS OHDIJHIJn.I : all "I, LeviedtateM pro"lert V ii. theieln I wil I I! SV4 of N V4 of NWk of .SWV< Saul certificate embracesthe rOTH'IO is 11 ]U: Y OlVl.; .
Wrights Addition to Hampton : oI'RrPr: : I muh .t1th\ bidder I b"l of of & W 'N of h, holder of Tux
Set I Tp. 1 B R 22 E, fendant. J. *". Whltt ... highest.ildili Hold to the blithest NWU SWVi "r B w. following described property Ini tlflcate
Itonx.t be. sold; ore evidenced the bill of lomplalnt tire 7th daY ., *! at t I the, Courthouse dour In couit house door on the first Mtn-( ISWi'i I, of SW'/i' of SetSH he County, of Bradford, State of No 143, IsNiicd i II i,. I
By l. The NOB 1604 of 1933 respectively of March 1988. otherwise a decrepio NiHike on I the 18th. day' of Febiuaiy slur v I In the month t of MI..h. 1 'it, 22 n, containing 4 Florida to-wlti day of August', A. F). 1H11, imP I

.. : y certificate, and lopresent taxes for j'.nf,iHso wil be entered attains 19IH: at 11 I :00 o'tlotk AMPHled which I. the 7th day of Illr.h. iii' I.HI Southwest, Quarter of Southeast same' In :my office ,"a.nd'lJ hiifapplication I
- : of Hated this JOth 191'1 The taxes to be sold evidenced for a "
the 191J: 'to H17. both Inclu- him for his in appeal, that Ih.s the 29lh day Jall.ory. day ate Quarter of Section 25 Township
ED 4 slve..yarn to $183.13. I hil u'.d.' .. be published Ol'e a week 1938. aiv. 1:11.IOFFIIL: I by. ,'.rltlrnl.. No 270 ot 1914 and 1 $oll h. Range 21 Bust, oon- iMHiied tl"'eol. Said .'.rtt"I""
Said.."lntnl togethor with four consecutive wwe"ks In the ((5 ii'l"l't.tT.I HI' tt I.) SPAL1 ''w."t th. unpaid tuxes fur the tnlnlng 40 Acres, more or less. biaceM the I

IR I nil nubsetuent. omitted or Leviedtnxes Hraltor,1. County Telegraph a newspaper A J, 11IO\rAS J. THOStAl, veins IHI3: to 1HS7 both l.cluNlv. The assessment of the said piop- 1>pinpeity In the County of 1 Hi 1' ..' I
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the of general cli pub ("lei,'k of Circuit Court ofHiiidfoul cieik of Clicull Court of to $59112. Issued $(Rte of Florida to.wl:
sold to highest under the said certificate
will be 'clllon. 01..11111 erly -
at the Courthouse dour In llshed In Hiadford VOI'IY.' Jo'I.rld.. "',.unty. FloridaJ43I2I8 liridford f'ounty. }'lorlda.1285L22 I .. of Lot 4 & ID'i of was In the name of Unknown.UnlesH Itlkn 27 82-20 In -1, ,'

,torn4 ttnrke on I the 11 tiny of F",bruary, ITNlJss my of tic In I Lot 49 In WooItawn f. 29 Tp. 5 H.it I said certificate ba re.A. 1.lk. Shores In SIdI,1. of H< ,

19t8: at 11 :00 o'clotk ""0' ....f .m".... 1.1. r.,....*..t- t..um0 h I. I'Mliiiimv--. 2. --- 22 M.. ,'.mlllnin. Aires, moroor .(.Am... .I .o.. .' ln .f, In....hll *tBnnel &.In Ni"t' of Secfion ar 'i..
A,1 '" "
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Dated thin the of Joni I 1918Olh'lCIAL. (t'l'l'lt OK H tIM 0'"' TAX MM KM 01 \1..0" InsH, ;ty described I heroin will be Hold! H Soutn, Range 21 n"
nMrv, 1818 ( SIJAL) : ti.iti: 'IKK trIo: I KOII T\\ ,: ; The taxes to be sold are evidenced, to the li I(Client bidder at the courthouse I The assQHMinent of the nnid i

W .(OFFICIAL SCAD A. J. THOMAS NOTICC IS I III.Hii4Y I (IIVKV 1 that f."nt. Mill X,,. Kit bv certificate No 273 of 1914. and door on the first Monday In Pity tinder I the nald cettirinisued i.
i A. J. THOMAS Clerk of Circuit Court of V I I1.! (inner and S. H. Cahoon has, VOTICIJ 1 IS IlliiUBY 'HV H N. TlmtW represent the unpaid, taxes for the the month of March IftIS, which lathe i wa In (the name of Mi >.

ne \ Clerk of Court of Bradford County: i Florida.T filet with me willtnn request that i I 11 1 Smith, holder of 41/48 I of TaxI jvais" HI:13 to 1917, both Inclusive, 7th dnv! of 1938 BrlHbola.t'nlesH. I

t Hi'nil ford rlr1 Florida FRANK LANEtRIMAtt.tItP I i Inn talc certlfldites toilet her with I' OlnIY.
1-28.31.2-11. )' for I'h.loltf. all suhsiquent omitted or levied lav of Auirust. A, 1>. 11:11: 1 has filed ALSO: f.Kj of RW. of NE'i 193*. 1th nccortling; to law .
'0 t I 2-4-fit-3-4 taxes held I the advertised same In my office has madeHHued I of See. 4 Tp 6 S. R. ., co"talnI I property '!t'ie'ri >Hd I heroin 'i l''
hr.I ] (OFFICIAL SHAD
,Htlte.h.. .. .. n ,. .. 2 .. .- \
--- andold to thi- guest t tint 'H" .. 'unite 10 .crea. more iens.'I'he A. .1. "Ul iti a8 ---------- 11 IIK o tl, OK 'I' IX ; :,;1' ''HOMAF.
l K 9iI4cerjffcateem-
(
del I tf' iilKh IIH pio\lded, bv Chnpttr 1I1'.nn. I 1 II.. be sold me evidencedbv Clerk Oonit of house ilocii on the fit ,i \
pr ( 1.:1..1"\ IIVOT1C13 :' I IM201 of the I'i 137 n.t. of I theLcirUIatuie 1'.1.' .. r.lowlll I ; ; tllVEN that In the ( ii which Is the 7th of ,
BUSINESS upon the following doKtillttd 111'11111 the unpaid the day Mm" I .
putt ; \v. II. Halt, has filed with me' wrlt- '....1 I .'Hliitu t I In the C'otinty t of Slut. Florida to-wlt : yeAis, 1 it'll to "' both 1..II"lve. 126t21.O"'I'y Pitted .thin 20lli day of i.

I"'1 KIIUI-M I .i that t ho tnx ceitlflcatesogi I lii Nil ford. suite of rloilila. : Illks 1-1 Lots & I-tilts 4, S, II. amounting, to $J1.113. fir). 11.18OFFICIAL: .
I "t llicl with I all I I subsequent omltid lo-wl I 11, m, I la LotH alt & OP AiM'i,irvnov
VII WI.>j of N1II4' of NIJ'/i' .\LMJ: SWV of NWy & T3'4\ of ) 1'01 ( SEAL)
: DIRECTORY tn it-vlid taxix held by the Statoir ICoad Lxecist:: H, 100 ft Sec 20 Ilk 21 extent I.ot. 7. 8, I O. 10. N'WI4 of SWU & nf of T\V I>I'F 11 A. J,

ii'lvertlsrd. and. sold to the hlKht Ti|>. 8 S It 22 i.:., IB I I'i. nt Hlk 21 I 15 1.011 & N I':'i..s of sw4 of \Ii ii I '11 a aIt I ., l'Idtlt.i for < H CII as piovlded by eUII.IIIIM Illks 22 23. 1*. 28, 1(1, 37 l M In nl : That ,,
A('l I'''. tii.iie, 01' I... 31 2J 12, containing 70 Acres, NOT"\ YOIVI.N. ( "fit)'. J'I.i iOII ,
n1': I"hlp.. I I8J9V" of the t 11137 lilts of I The inxi-s to be ore evidenced Lots each At Kriii'I, Itlks 29.) ao. ,' lesr.The loren F".I'r Smith, Certlflcnte -2H-5t.2-25..
fa ielirtflI,'e, upon I the 'ol 31 In <.'oHhy) aku shores In Nu Issued (he lilt day
tolnwh'l iiy < iiiri"'at" N.'I. :I of 111:15: remuctlxelv taxes to ate eldenredbv 2ZI. -
j DRINK iHiilbcd real estate In Ih. Xollthenst (Jnnlter of Section I I ao.l of July A. 1910 has filed same
n I iipiexent, tnxts for No ami 1 118 I of 1. (' '
>
11,1 "pl'Utle.I. Xl I! 01I \\
.r: i Iliadfoid, Slate of 1"IoilrIt, to- I Iho y..r.' I :4 to I I'i 17, both I Incluli J4 & In Noitlienst Qla"I of 1911: 1935 respectively and In my office alI has made applluutlon t''; 01. ;
I I : $ 2i Township i Mouth, : for for n lOX deed to be Issuedtheieoti 'I'I'H'U''r.
I ) I 1 the
ii ,"nlh.1 'JS.9 "t.t.n lepiesent unpaid taxes the NOTicn 1 ItVEv. '
t :; t tIc Iinn M, i of' lllk 17 Ltvlniiston .\USIJ: : NW4 A> BW<4 nf Ilnl' 81 Hast years 1 m' '
I uhv & Co f .Vd lltloii to Him loin .. of the following I demrlbed property In tl..d
the
NY1'( Kx 2 Aries In NW Cor & ..H..IOlt mild prupitv tn $1 74 78..ttSt .
. ::! c WKj of M2>4 Sue 28 Tp. 6 3It 2 ,\ In HW Cur & sivt of N'V'. ., under, t the snld ",'lfl"llf 1.I 1s- I: sni. of siy: of set-, 11! TP the County nt Uradfnid, Mate ofF'Ion'idri. tell request( with that all Lh. tax certlitoKPther ,

2: I U. 2ACI') III Si: ('iii'V, amen,I was In the name1! .\. 8 S li I M., containing 40 tci-wlt .uh..I|
r, I I ted levied
&llo \'re. or helfl I I"
.A. M hirircotte.I'ntlr'ss I llnlf I of Moo la.o.
9. Ih. tuxns to bo ..1 ai." evidenced of S lOflO ft of NE'. of'v II.. 01 less nlil .l\'l Quar State he n,lverlIned and old 1
I i I of 1'in! and' \ W' \ sit hi ceitlfltale, lie Southwest rteollon -
by ti-rtlfliutc-s t Nos 1 I \ & $ of $\i. & 2 Acre .hal The ,
2iet ? red e s'uterI i 11".a to be sold me e\ldenced 17 Township 7 Sou 111 llanire highest bidder for each atpi'
1912lo to ,
111 :
In Sterilised Bottle lepiexent taxes tn. years of SWI4 S of Lake & ..cording Ilw.: le '
bV leltlflAttes bv inn nan of tin 11- ,
\r 204
) both Inclusive amnuntln,* W : li of SUM, of SWVi! sec ,,pelty deHCIIIied thi-leln) will I I No.. and H21 of 21 IJast. ,'nnlllnlnl 20 Acres, of H"I.. ..
1137.
1921!' and
vir. ))9l4reHpet tlvelv' and t Hi
to $: ,.. H H. 21 N.. contulnlh old to I Ihu hlRhest bldtlei, at the repi more or T."I.II"re. upon
po The Pause That ntrflhIII' IRX I '" together with t. ,'_._ _. .- 00,11's ho.HO ,i ii,,.. ,.n I h. tI.t tie,... curut !tho unpaid taxes for the 'I'he uieauni.ient nr Ih. ..1,1 n"OD loulnur ..(rlh.d r..1 eHtHti I I'oilnly I.
11 rel.tt'II. : ; years I hIS to irtT:/ both Imlllslve S of Hrmlford State of I I'
ilnyln ,
under
the said
the arty
; -
all Luviedluxe ,,
or be
I ulllU.) taxen to sold are evidenced ii".iil.or.rRj 93 "rtlf""e-
.. wblth I the "u""lntnl to 'lP I 53. was In the kin to-wlt:
be sold to the highest hv NOH fi'18 and, of ., illicit .
Lr : WE ARE bidder,' wil the CouithoiiMo door In L 9 IJ el.tt"'ol.a: 11 ,pcneiit Iinted tlilx 20tl ttiy of Jnnuiv I : t'OI ocr of a 12 AcieHart Humphrey lllhH I, :, R.! ,11. : ,1,1 1- .;
r.H.et"y. 1 pq.OFFHrAL: of land fs.rnnerly owned by Haiti corllflcate Ml nik j/iola 1Id ,
shell'
I on t lOt! h dav of Februuty, ,' the ISO for Unl".1 II' ye-
the '
tht Y 1.rk. I. 1*, (Jondwlm I tit K II I. 12 : 211 .
l i'm'mi IIIonw' H'' ,
( SEAL) d''m.d to law, the -
PRESCUPTO: I 1118: at II ::10 o'clotk M years 1911 I to 1(117.: both Incluslxe orCorln" propel
t 1-: EXPERTSCARPENTER'S I lat<-d t Ii the' JUth) day of J"nl- mounting' I to $151.98. J. THOM\s, .1.1. of Si Hnld land to SM Cor of Sninh ty d..lh.d hor.ln wil be Hold nil, a7 Ar b'n'ne'h Ttiks 21) tfl I
land S variations In (CroHbv Lobe Shoies In sr'i.
1938 Sold. 1 of Chcult Cnuit of "ot In the blithest hhld.r courthouse .
tax certificates .I..k
.
ary. together with
about ( vaids to uf Son'. U & N I of Se..Ml .'.
a 1'ost "'hen.e'NV 104 :
: Tltndford door I on the first Monday In
: ( A I. STAL) ii I II I HUhsequent omitted County, Florida.
,01'1"1'1 or 1.\1.,11 to beg In Vn>' of III b'eouu 21 25 Tp 8 S I C:
.t. .3.I THOMAS!. (axes he sold to the -JSfit22B4I 4 SW4 t the bout Hi of J\r"h. I ID1H whit In
wil highest Camples Suu-DIv 21 HThe .
,ith1' REXALt. STORE (1etk of ('hi'lilt (ou.t ofltradfotd hl.I.I"r the (' house door In I of He'lof 21 Tp the 71 h slur of 1918Pated .
011" S n 22 U. tnxes lieu>ld art c'i,1
f thin < i ibv
TiE County Flat Ida. Stance .n the 1 day of Kebrury \ "I'K', OK ,\ .,I (IK '1' t V lure or lea.. 3CI'.I'I 191ft 19th day of January cvritfIu'ntto.Von 414 of 1913 1 i ,

: 2-1-11-2-18: 1918 at I II ::00 .'i.lock A. if f' : and .
|muted this the 29th ot Jan- IS 11'1'1''r'N The tl to bn sold are evidenced OFFICIAL SHADA Hpnctlvely. r.pr..1 taxt" i
day "n.
(
that
j. II MUM'K OK X tl.M OK 'I'.\\ 113S ''h.JO'Im| HI'll B\IIVFN find bv" ceillfli-iite N'os. 219 and 'tin of ,J THOMAS the years I'l'IJ to 1:. holh In I I
WORK l"ry
C A DINET I EIfIFIV.tTEMOTtC1 11.1.\.1.\1. SHAD (_ "u n'Y 0"n I'. I t ot uoratlnn, bun' t'lll: : I and I 1914: levpectlvely, and rep- Clei' of firm Court nf11'0lord I .Iv.ALSOLot a""nth"r:I to of 117.69.
: Pumpson
c FURNITURE J. lied with leHont the unpaid tuxes for theyc'aiH County Florida HI 1 -
nEt'\ISG is iirnnnY oivnN thatLetu me written Hint,
'IOrA! Set 4 S.
L1; VFHOLSTERIXO I'eny has filed with me written "I'rk Clrclit Court of the lox certificates together r..t with $1131! to 1 11.11, both Incu.lvo, 1-2-lt-2-1 I 21 Id Ciy.. \ I
lequest that the teitlflcntes Brntlfoid. Comity Florida no I II I subsequent omitted' amounting' to $ .
tOX levied taxes t be Hold "vhl"'h ,1!
/Iti; : ,.. together with I ni subsequent out I t ted -4-1t-2-l8.. axes. held bv the State "be adver- ALSO: Lots I. 3, 5. 7 of 111k 2 M(rill. OK U'I'II''I'IO' : bv Th.certifii'uiies< N'os mi(and 1 643'( *, .

: EDDIE HARTMAN or levied hell by tho State 1..1 al" sold t th..hlirheiit bidder Original 'InWI of Staika NEI ofSVV.I .'01 'ttl ":.:. IV14 118 and rtn'
advertised and the casts as provlde.il by ( I.e. 21 '1>. 8 S 23 ".. ,. ,1130 11.1 "p.p."I"'ly.
to highest 'cinmitteei4niLstitt I. ( ". Hilt >s llllNOTICH > the unpin I fin t
"M OK T. \ The Ilx.
hi' PHONE 33Stern's bltltled for cnnh an p'o\'II.d, by :0'1'1"101: \ t.. House Mill S')8) c.f. (I be sold e\'hl..n.,1 1IJII.nV: : 'lIVI'N.i: That 1929 to J 1937 both Indus'
II-M: .
Chapter 18298 of the 1917 at.ts of NOTICH 'I'I'I"'U' lIVllV the 1937 .\, .. of the LeRlslature, bv certificates Nos.. 450 and 36:1: of W, II h.II, of Tnt: Cer- y.or to |::11.7A,

:: ; _he the Legislature, upon the following The Jliuoker, Turpentine( Company: that U poll the foUowlnO.I : Uescilbttd I real 1910 I'n'h: : 1IM4:' renpectively, and rep tlfltnte Xr I Issued I the Ird .m"nlln/: of NW'i of SC'",
dest Ibed real estate.. In t lie state In or lirndfonl. unpaid taxes for thayeais .t. I I I'll lusts A.IO "L
filed
In" has filed 'l.y otu".I. Tp R 21 E. containlnj -
; with wrlten I '
Sj ty of Mi,'HJ Cord. State of Flovldu .1-1 that the tax certificates me reuvMt together tate of Florida to.'lt: $1d14 of IJ'I to 1117( both Incll.lve. .m. I II my of f|<. atid hiiH madeapplication < 20 At:I'en, more or len,.
Garage to $11464
: wit: I with nil SW' of Sec. Ut Ip, .6 H. U 21 B. anolllnl fur n tax deed to be the taxes to be sold are .
suhseiuint omitted .
Lots 6 7 8 of Blk 2 In Wright 40 Acres : II, 3 & Piac'l, Lots A. Issued ev.I.t
or lotienl 'onlalllnl more or lens .. thereon Saul certificate emI tei'tiriintes NOH I IBM .
held
p; ; / ZENITH RADIOS Addition I Hampton Sec 30 Tp. "n taxes and sold by to the the htgh-StateailveitlHed .v.I.I.1 bv ".rltt."Ie. Xo.. 99 '' fiO t of Blk 2 Original' I iirntvn| the followingdescribed ty and 1031: "..pclv.b.I and i ilesent I. I
7 :S. 12. 1U.11 : ''nWI 111'ke of 8VVV4 In (the' t of '
NF' County
" GOODRICH TIRES-TUBES f 2 put bidder for "R.h provided by 14 11: 24 'Ip H. R !2 lr"I'.I'Iy tl'Ilh.d. the S tn I' fO' I
The be sold m>nt th H.. ,
to iepi State of ,
ore unpaid Fioristri. to-ult
"f evidenced ('hniiter I 1H21II of I the 1917: acts of I' 4>ixcs The : y.a.'" l in to 1'\7.\ both lnchl.lamounting l\- ,
taxes he
ilighent Quality-Louest Prices by certificates N'os 327 and 1r 08 of I he 1 the years 1910 to 1017 both In- I to sold are etlden&od Hlks 8. IS 18 lots In Crosby to
1138 mid .19IJ: r".p.rllvely. and repielft'iit I."ll.lnlure... upon the followlng luslve, aniountlnir to III4 72: X>t> bv "'.,'llfh'a'.a' Non. 4412 and 36/ of nuke Shores, In >t of Sec 24 Raid tax ,' 8'1.61 with
I IF' together
fqi' EASY PAYMENTS taxe for 'h. yuar 1927 tv d"H"'II.!i. < 1',1 .to t In the ('ou n ty of VWit Hxcept II of H1-.H .of 1130( and 193 respectively lep- & In NI!'.', of "e 25 'Township all ,

v8 _ _ _ t 1'011.: both inclusive, amounting to wit.t : . $71.D3Haul. Acres more or loss evl- t. aMHeHmnent of the said
n' -- : of talnlol : prop- bidder the Courthouse door Ir
' K'Xj SITS. SCT 4 > 7 S R 20
Tl\ to $I
tax certificate with ( ", No a"nlnl "rty tli,' nuld tunned
53of
-
'Uth'al. 14,1. un.I..1 IoI'k. on the llth day of Febrnaiy :
10 c.rltlal.
tOI.lh.r ,
' F. C. HollingsworthHog all Hiibneiiient| ,,,IId \Ius.containing 80 Acres, more or [1114 IIi represent the unpaid nf : 8 ? Wl-i of NE' In the nnm. J.nO 1918 Bt ll'Of) nVlork A. St.hateul ,

tuxes will be .ule I the highestblildel axes for the y".r. 1911:\ to' I'm, NI'4 & N'j of NW' of NI'4 lIlllllH. thin the 22nd day of Jai
'the
taxes to be sold
I ttt the "u'Ihol"" dool In hy are evidenced both inclusive, amounting to S77,76: : Kl-c 31' ((4. 1(. M. PnleHH fnlil e"llth.t. shall beredeemed un'y., 1138OFFICIAL.

: And siarkH on the iliiv of .February, 130 certificates and 191.1 No. R4 and 128 of 1(1k 1 of Ilmplo. UOR'h. evidenced containing 13 Acres more or less ac If law, the ( SEAL)

,k HominyFARMS 1918 nt 11 ::00 oclotk A. MIiutprl respectively and represent iv of ; 2 of The taxes to be sold ate evidenced 'property dencrlbed therein wil beHold A. J. THOM\S.

this the 29th dny of January the unpaid taxes for the lampion Dead .121BIl l .. bv certificates Nos 480 and 4.38 of to the highest bidder the 'I"k .cif Court .H,

t' 111R years 1929 to to 1117 .both Inclusive irate No 135 of 112t:: .HIlt 3 of 1932 and 1934 r..'>"ctv"ly. and represent u'tourt honxa' door on the first Mondnv Bradford f'Ir"tl, Florida

h 'OFI.'tt'JAL SHADA ) alolnlnl $105.06.AI.ln lampton llent evidenced bv cer- the unpaid tIX. for the In Ih..I""h of ", IMS! : l-2R-3t-2-ll.
J. THOMAS : /. of Nl'4 of SE4! S.'. Silicate No 138 o* 1929: Dili 4 of years 1911 to IHJ7 both Inclusive I which thu 7lh day of Match, 1938. .

e' Clerk uf CircuIt Court of Tp 7 S. K 20 13, containing Ilh.mplol HirSch (vid11.,1 ty certlf- amounting to $3361. hinted thin 201 h diY of January OIIIII-H: nf .'. .U.U."T.O-

__ Hrndfold County. Floi'Ida. 20( Acres mole or lesH 137 of 19:9, Blk 5 of ALSONU' of SE', Except 6 ion i > U >oritnn .,
.' : The taxes to be sold ate evidenced evltle-ncid' AclnH In SN: Cor of Set14: 'I'p. 6 ( SEAL) TIlE STATE OF "pl'l TIloberf '
H.mllon hv
: 2-4-:1-2-1 hv eeitlflntes Nos NI and, Rl: of J.a'h. of 1929: Elk 6 cerIflcnte of- S. R 22 11.! containing 35 Acres O&'FICTAL. J. II. Huiinell also known
TIIOlIAf.
Denmark (Etti.: OF 910:) and 1914: lespectlvelv, and repesent hampton nioie or less ('Ierk Court of
: '11 H OF T \V IHeat li .evidenced by cerIflcate 'lle.11 Hoh.rt H nililiH RllHsell. und <1 U'
the unpaid' taxes for the The taxes to be sold evidencedby
teftrlriATEMNTI'l No 131: l92tt! : Ulk 7 of Rr Ttrndford County 'lo'lda Kin Anna llusiiell also knownOpnrgia
Furniture Co. : IS HL.Rk.HY lIVEN that years 11J9 to 1117. both Inclusive, lampton Honch evitlent'etl certificates Nos. l'M4' and Anna RiiHsell.
by cer-
L-2-5t-2-2 Olhh.
Vie Ida Mobley has filed with me written mounting to S9A.21ALSO :'. Ifknte N'o HOot 192!): Hlk S of represent the unpaid, taxes for the I I wife each of 1817 Hast First KtiWliiHtonSnlem .
Are Receiving New request that the tax certificates : NWV of SWVt & NKj of lampton Hench uvldenced, by certlf- y.ar' 1933 to 1917, both Inlullv. >0'I'iFl OK I I.H Of T.\ \ North (

Stock Every Day. Sure together with all subsequent omit SW',4' of Sec-. J Tp. 7 Irate No. 141 of 1929: Elk 9 of amounting to $5906 4'Ett'l'IFI4'.t'I'tdMNOTICE : "IrolnROHEETrO"
B t ted levied S K 20( K, Acres ALSO NIV% of NWl4 Sec 7 Tp. 7 IS HUKUHY CUVUN that
See Before ">r tatxes held !hy I the State 'ontalnlnl lampion Kench evidenced by cerIflcale You ai'a" hereby n.lfI8,1 tha
I You Buy. be nd\ertlsi-d and sold to the highest mole or less No. 142 of 1921: Hlk 10 of S, R 22 K, -containIng 40 Acres Mrs. S. N. lormn, Jr., hal filed with unit has b.el h>.. the ,

bidder for anh as by The taxes to be sold are evidenced lampton BUI'h evidenced by cart more or less.The me w'lt.I lequem the tax cult Court of Bradford CouiiFlorida .

Chapter 18298 of the pl'ovld.1 of hv ('.rtth'1.. Nos. 67 and 211 of Iflcute of 1919 Ttlk 11 of taxes to .sold ar evlenc.1 ,'.rttleat.a together with' all Hubby In Chancery, W \

11: 131 respectively. and ren- ..'Anm..n ._14 ....i..,._.:..> .. _.. by certificate Nun, .e".nt ..I., or l.vi.,1 taxes haUl .i__.....__.. ..,a r,,.... ,ra.,,.".. I
. -
reseat the unpaid taxes for 1112 and 19J4 and ; i
IheY"'I" Ideate No. 144 of IPZY: Hlk 12 of r..HI'.cUv.ly. represent the advertised and < wife as ir'ai"i"you i
1110 to 1117.: both Inclusive, Hampton Heath by the unpaid taxes for the to the highest bidder fpr cash a cash of jii-'ni defendants N
cer-
alolnlnl to $159 04. Iflcate No 141 of.vld.ne".1 1H29-: Elk 11 of years 1031 to 1117, both Inclusive, provided l hy Houne Bill 39A of the Caa.

THE WORLD'S \.IHI: H'" of SWM of SW' hampton ({each by amounting to $48.37. 111:17 ailx of the ( upon 7d.AI,1 you each aie requ
corIfltate 1.11,1atur. hereby
: GOOD NEWS ( 14 Tp, 7 S R 20 i':.. ton- t No. tIn of.vlden.,1 1929: Plk 14 of ALSO: NEW! of SWU of Sec 21 the tnlo"ln.: d..rlb.d r.al estate ., ppear' In sold suit on liter .
lallhl 20 A're. more or less Tp. 7 )l. I 22 E, 40 In of ofF'lnu 7th A. Ii. 10and: theieafter
.i come to your hOle every day through Hampton Beat evidenced by cer- Acres c..talnln. : Bl'adt.rl. .Ial. I. I
to be sold or less
are Ida to-wit I
11 : tif
.. e. evld.nr",1 Iflcate No. 147 of 1929: Elk 15 of your written defenses. If any I 1'-
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR by cettlflcates No*. A8 and 212 of Hampton Beach evidenced by cer- 1 The tuxes to b. ..old.r. evidenced Std'1' of sni, & n lUl and 1931 and by certificate ., f> and 483 of SK'/ Sec 1 43 IC H.tontalnltiMT .
: r.Hp"ctvely. rep- I 14D of 1929: 16 of Tp by lnw Herein fall n '
.: .In, Intrrxalional; Daily; \ttutfaferIt esent the t. .. for the ; WonNe e.rly cerIflcate I 1932 emil 1114: re.p.cllv.ly. and rep.lesent 80 Acre; more or .1 01 judgment will be entered uaalt

nrdi for ou tl* world denn conmrueuvt. doinci The Monitor years 1MO to 1117 both Inclusive, No 149 of 1929. Blk 17 of the unpaid taxes for the leH*. you by default.Bradford .

.not eiploit Crime or >*n"tion: neitntr don i them mounting to $51.2. Hampton Heat evidenced by CerIflcate y.ar. 1911 to 1917 both Inclusive The taxes to be aoll are evidenced County Telegraph
.
but d.. oorr.cttvulp] wltb them. Ftsturei I I10r. AI.HOS' 10 of or amounting to $48.H I bv certificates IS and 49 of
hereby
q for ball sll tks .. RE' No. 150 of 1"29: lllk( 18 of d..llnRI.d a* the duly qui -
ftmllr. Ineludlni the Weekly SWVi'of Sec 15 Tp 7 20 ALSOsf3V. of NEV4 Sec. l(>jO and 1933
M>i>iln< Hampton I-teach evidenced by certificate o2A re.p..lvely. and repreHent If led In which this II'

-----_-_._----- -._-----_.-.._--8.Uof.-_._-------- ------ -- K less:., contalnln.10 Acres more or No. 151 of 1929 Blk U ot S more. Tl 22 less K,. containing re: taxes 192ft to tlca .hal n.waplp.r, b. published once ea )
Th hampton or 1017 both Inclusive amounting to week four weekiprovtdetl
ChrlttKn hooch evidenced consecutive '
Sclrnr by cerIfkate -
$
Publlshlnt ocl.t. The taxes to be sold The taxes to b* sold .
On. are evidenced are fill.91.
Norwtr law.
No by
Sl. Msiuchuselts 162 of 1929. ilk 20 of <
.Bo."o hy certificates Nos 72 and 216 of Hampton Btiach evidenced by cer- hv rertlrliates Nos, 551 and 482 of AIbO: KVa' of NEfc H of Mo. WI'NEH/ hand and offl. '. I
a'liVr'oe"re "" "l""r'P"on' 1 Th. Chrlstlsn II.n.e Monitor for 1931 and 111.1.1 r."p.cllvel. and represent Ifltate No. 163 of 1929: SIb 21 of 1932 ansI 1934 re.peclvely. and repioNennt Kinney Blanch Sec. 12 Tp. A fl.It seal at Starke Bradford Comity

: sr M 00 S month. M 60 3 month U 38 I IB. the .. for' the lampton' Beach evidenced by cerIflcate the Inpahl Il.. for the orO 13, nlal"lnl 5ft Acre Florida this January 24th A. D Cu'5!
o WidMidsy IMU, locluduif moot years 1930 to 19J7, both y"Rr. liul 1937, both Inclusive, or lenH L
Ma..ln. Section. 1 ,..r >9* Inclu.ln. No. 164 of 1929: Blk 23 of (O.I..U SEAL)
mounting to $28.51. Hampton, Beach evidenced by certificate amounting to $49.8B. The taxes to bo .010 ire evidenced J, THOMAS,

. Nam. .._-__??_?..__?____...____-_-____.____.______ ALSO: &SWI, of NE' & SE'i of No. 155 of 1913. Blk 23 of 7 ALSO S. K. : 8W1. of NVTV Sen 32 Tp. hv ,'(rtt."t.1 22 and 60 of Clerk cif ('h'cul Court .if i
: of 40
NW' NFl'i SVVVi & NW>4 Hampton evidenced by cer- containing .cre., 10:to v and rep- Bradford ( Florida'
AddT..i :% & NFl of NW'Id P"R"h. more or less.The recent th unpaid : for the
Iflcate KNldHT
---- --- of 1H29: Blk 24 of : &
-. i ;,,-;; ie01.;-"""""--* -""-""" IS Acres of NW'4 of NW.... Hampton Bent evidenced by rerIflcate taxe to be sold are evidenced year 1921. to 1017 Inclusive Attorneys KNI1JT.plalnllttl.,
U Tp. 78, R 20 by NON 658 and
K, eontalnln. No. 157 of 1929: Elk 25 of e..ttlral.. 486 of amounting to $111.88. 1.28-lt-2-U.
212 Acres, mor or Hampton Beach evidenced by cerIficate 1913 ) respectively and represent Halt! tax .rtlricstari together with _.

; The taxes b.sold are evidenced No. 168 of 1929: Blk 26 of tha unpaid taxes for the all ubHeuent( o.lt.c or Leviedtaxe :>OIItK OK .M'Pl.lr 'TIO\ FOIl
hy> tlflrntes No. 77 and 231 of Hampton Beach evidenced by cer- years 1931 to 13. both Inclusive, wil be the highest 'r\\ itKfntHrnmtf
111 and 1933 and rep- amounting to $ bidder the Courthouse door In Hill
r..p.elv.ly. Iflc-ate No 159 ot 1929 Blk 27 of No. :
efeent the for the Hampton Beat evidenced by cerIflcate ALSO: Al SWI of NW" S of By Starke on the 11 day of February NOTK'R IS HEREBY: 11t'.', T' '

years 1930 to 1117. both Inclusive, No. 100 of 1921- Blk 211 of except 1 Sec. 29 la.iS. at 11 :OU o'clock A,1. W. H. holder of Tax i'.
amounting to $421.74. lampton Beach evidenced by cer- Tp 7 R. R 22 D, containing 19 Dated" (ibis the of Jan- tlflrata 1"lth., Issued the 7th 'I I

For Expert ALSO: NW" of NVTVt Sec. 2 Iflcate No. till of 1929: lllk 29! of Arts, mora 01 lessThe tiarv 1911IOFFICIAI., of AUIU.t A. I). 1913: has filed *aiIn !
1 I RepairingSmith's Tp. 7 S K. conl.llln. 1 I a hint(ifl 8.a'h evidenced by cer- taxeH to be sold ore evidenced ( SfAI.! ) ,' and ha* made
Acies more or lessThe hv certificates NOH 439 of J. appl
Iflcate No. 182 of T929: Blk 30 of 41. 48. A. THOMAS. tton for ft ( d..d tn be I
.,
(axe. to be sold are evidenced lampton Bench evidenced by cerIflcate 1931 and 479 of .pectv.ly.and Clerk of Circuit Court of thoreon. Said certificate embrn '

h)' [certificates Nos 80 and 217 of No 183 of 1X39: Blk 31 of represent the unpaid lax. nrndford County, Florida. the following clest'rlbed property
931 nnil 1933 and rep the years 1928 to 1017, both Inclusive l-28.3t-2-ll ths
re.p.cllv.ly. lampion Beat evidenced f'ounty cif Bradford, Btat'Florida
by cerIflfate
resent the unpaid taxes fur the No amolllnl to $71.84. to-wlt
184 ,
of 1921>: Klk 32 of :
: Garage yenrs 1110 to 1917. both Inclusive, fampton Beat'h evidenced by cerIflcate >lld together with ,Oru', 4)!' ,pr.'f..O' West }'olr Acl.en of South Ol,'
to $84.68. all subHvquent omitted Levied ) 'r ,
aln"lnl No 16r of 1IU9- 33 nf or .. : fourth Southwest cjmirteiNortheast ,
certificate together withal Beat Ilk taxes will be sold tu the highest (".nut. >,,. till: ) Quarter of Section
subsequent or Levied H.m.tol .vlI"n.1 cer- bidder at the Courthouse door In HHHKBY 'IllVhV: That .
omltf,1 I6H of 1121: lllk 34 of NO'rH'1 : Township 7 South, Itange
... wi be the highest lampton Hlal'k. on tha llth day of Febru- ,V I. ,, holder of i4 of Hast -
Lent evidenced by ccrIflcate 1 .' 1111 1 Tax containing 4 Acre,, ni
Phone ltU1er the Courthouse amy, II:00 o'clock A. M .
120 door In No. 187 of 1029 iHlk 35 of 1 113at 412 iHnued the 7th or less.
stsrke, on the 18th. day of Febru "impton lleach evidenced thl. the 23nd. day of JanI".V. lay of AllR-UMt. A. D 1H1I: has filed The assenHment of the mild
ary .\. H 1918. at 11 00) by ceriricute A. n, 191. "nme In i I
: clock A. my office and him made erty under .
las said
: of uik crrtlfl'ut.stiesl
2532i4& 3d of
N. *
tl.
f: Wrecker M Hampton (O'I'FIfIA I_ SEAL) application for a tax deed to be In .
Service Beai'h evidenced wee name of MalliPrldgeon. <>
Day by cer
Night this the J.
", or ", nuted A. U. I nIWFI'rAr. S9th, day of Janinry tificate No. 169 of 1929: Blk 87 of Clerk THOlfAS. Court of iHHued thereon.the followingdeiicrlbed Maid certificate embraces Hnless ,

Hampton B.a'h by 'cerIflcHte said certificate shall In
'- ( .J.SKALA No. 170 of.vld."ced 1929: Blk 38 of Bradford County, Florida.1.23t21 prol..rty In the County of Bradford deemed according to law the pi '

-- IHoMAS Hampton Bench evidenced by cerIflcate HtolC of 1'lorldl. to-wlt: erty described thlr..ln will be
I'lerk of r-hfiiit COlrt of ( } Block Lake Shores In to the .
to 171 (.f 192U- Blk 39 of highest bidder at the
110lord County, Florida. Inmpton Beach OK ." FOR Southeast Quarter of Section 24 house door .,
t *->4.:It. evidenced by cerIficate 'O'I'.CF PP..IC..tO- on the first Mond
IS TAB No 172 of 1929: Blk 40) of FAX & In Northeast Quarter of Sec the month of Starch 1938. whl '

I LIT }Hampton B.arh evidenced by cerIflcate f".n..t. lull "0. I01) thou 23 All In Township 6 the 7th dny of March, 1938.
\O'I'U"I 0. tb-t'LU \'l"KCV No. 171 of 112: : Blk 41 of HEREBY (KN.'That Smith Hinge 21 Kant. Dated thin Itth day of Jan

.. iir': Hinpton Beach evidenced by eer- NOTICJ1. Smith holder of Tax Cer The axuvnninent of the said! p'op.e.ty 103R.
: I Smote Hill %ur. 1(11NOTICIJ > IflCHte No 174 under the saId certificate Issued (OFFICIAL
f- -- of 1929: Blk 42 of tlflcat No. 624, Issued the 7th day SEAL)
IS KKIIYrilVKV; I Hampton Beach wan the name of Sir,. Lena A J
r W That evll..n"ed by cer of August A. D. 1033, has filed same V. THOMAS,
H Smith ho"I..r Tax ('er-, tificate No. 175 In Jlhhard. Clerk
? I : 43 of my office and ha. made applica of Circuit Court
tlflmtu No 141. Issued the Ird I Hampton Bench evidenced by cer Ion for a tax deed to be Issued { certificate' .hal be Bradford County, Florl
: day it Anll.I. A. n 1"11. has filed tificate No. 176 of 1939: Blk 44 of thereon. Said certificate embraces redeemed according to the 1-21-51-2-18.

FACE I sam lY I,.. and has made I Hampton Bench e"ll.noe,1 by cer the following I described property In property, .described, therein! will be
THE FUTURE application fur Ria. deed to he tificate No. 177 45 of the County of Bradford State of fu. tiiti 5 $flV5L uiuuer at ma >o'l'IiJiOF APPlICATION FOB

I, Issued thereon Haul lertlflcate em- Hampton Beach evidenced by cer Florida, to-wlt: court house, door on the first Mon TAX IlKKU

I II :' brai the following described tificate No 178 of 1929': Elk 48 of Quarter of Southeast day In the month of March 191ft, (Senate Hill No. 1<11)
Jouth.a.t
WITH CONFIDENCE 'I i' property In the County of Bradford, I Hampton Bench evidenced by cer .r section 25 Township which I it the 7th day of larch. 1938 rOTICF! $ HEItBBY Ot VE -
.
Stat of Florida .,.wl( : tificate( No. 179 of 193: Elk 41 Of 7 South Range 81 East contain Dat.d this 20th day Janu- .., holder : '>'
23. 193*.
cry
I I flk. 8- .. In fro.hy Hampton Beach evidenced by .. log 40 Acres. more or 1..1. Certificate No. 354. Issued the
I.k" hnrC. In SB'* of f.c. 2 tificate No ISO of 1929: Elk 48 of The assessment oCthe said property II"FICIAL SEAL) day of AUCI.t. A. D. 1931. has

Thsr. i I. GULF LIFE > I. NH'1 of Section 25 Hampton Beach evidenced by cer under the .ald certificate Issued J. 'THOMAS same my office. and ha.
.sent near ship 8 SOlth. Range :21 East tificate No. 181 of 1929-: Blk 49 of was In the name of Unknown. Clerk' of Circuit Court of application for a deed t,

Th* nseHHm of the said prop- Hampton Beach evidenced by cer Unless said certificate shall be re Bradford County, Florida. Issued ta. ,
you-sk his $stistoncc In preparing 8 I 'i, "lied>,tInl.. the said certificate' Is- tificate No. 18 of 1929: Blk 60 Ex- deemed according to law. the prop- 1-28.5t-3-25. brace ther.on.following d rerllfcal

I'd was In the name of Simon tept lots I. 1, 4. B of Hampton erty described therein will be sold erty In the County "crlJ'
: 1 diM w lleach evidenced by certificate No. to the highest bidder at the court NOTICE OF \PPMCATIOV FOR State
.
program YOUR -
wn 'MUTe (uuncUl I'" said lertlfltnte be 183 TAI>. "Flori.
voile,. d ,', ohal of 19J9- Blk SI of Hampton house di. r on the first Monday in HJ Lot 2, Temples AtM -
(. 'nrln" to the B.a'h evidenced by certificate No. the month of STarch 1918 which I* f..tl Bill 163): ton to Rtarkl In NElt of N\V
Icncnce property therein: will be Ill of : Blk of Hampton the 7th day of March 1938. ISHKKEBTOIVKN, That
112 of W of
s ilil to 1 the : s Foster Wty t
n highest bidder 9h Smith NE'
at the liearh e"hlnnc." certificate No. led this 19th day of January holder of Tax Cer NB Cor of
NWW
: ; v. :; k "iiirt bonne door on the first MonI I 18G of 121: Blk 53 of Hampton tificate No. 647, 'Issued the 7th day Section 28 (
1r < So''
day In Township
the
Jiu month of March, 198,1 I Bench evld.nce. by certificate No SEAL) of August A. D 1933, hal filed same Itange 22 East.
whlih the 7th day of March 191DI Ut of AI.u No. A J. THOMAS In my office and ban applica 'Tha
I I Hat,'d this Juth day of Janunrv. of C..rttleae Ion for tax assessment of tha snld
1933 ; the Clerk of Circuit Court a de.' to be Issued
of arty under
1" jIO j\ I the said certlflcatHti
thereon.
( 'FI'AI.' \ KGL) above Property described and Hampton Beach Bradford County, Florida. the following Said described certificate embrace .d was In the name of Mrs '
more particularly de- property In Carter.
: A J TIO I\R. xcrlbed as Blocks 1. 2. t. 1-21-5t-21. the. County of Bradford
Cl i. ik 4. 6. .. 7, Stat. of Unless said certificate shairedeemed '
COIt of 2, II, 10, 11, 12, 11 14. 15, 17. IS, NOTICE Florida to-wit:
\ "'a1t '!"".""."I .unly. Florida. 19, 20. 21. 2_. 21, 24. 2.lf 20, 17 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that East Half of Northeast Quarter property accordlnl therein to law
I 28. 29. SO, 31 8 of Southeast Quarter wi
a, 8.1
15. 96, George C. Johns of of Section I sold to the
17. 33. 39, 40, 42, Starl.. Florll., JS Township 7 South 1 highest bidder
; I't 13 I 4 U. 44 45i ha. applied under Range 21 court house door on the first '
I U''TIO' If East.
I i 47. 48,
Containing 28
1-flU T'\ nrru; i insle 4., 4. I all i 4 61 except Bt lots 1. S. camber 23. 128 (I Stat 1089). to 1 or leaLThe .cre.mora day In the month of March
--R. E. Jeff < .<- Bill No. ton Beach 68 of Hamp purchase the SW; See 98, T, which I. the 7th day of March
coat Said '
Assistant assessment
7 \ Hampton 8 8, R. 20 B It of the said I "
Manager XOTll MHTRFBY ( [ That recorded flat of a.acl h. Tal ., Florl4a claim. erty under the said prop this 11th. day of /
W H Inl log under 1f1ted
11"lh. hi.Ider > Tax Cer. WH SW' color of lied certflcat. Is.
tte In
waR the
of
$
.r P. O. BOX 225, LAKE CITY FLA. I IllfUatu 11(1..cu..l the 3rd end 'A EJ4 f o SEI Eor lec."1. All p..on. clalmln.the land. ad. Unless said cert name(Mcate OFFICIL SEAL)
IH of August vartely shall be
| A. 1 filed I'ntrlp i''I NE' wil alo".d until March redeemed J. THOMAS.
1. 1.1. N side 1
al of to
In alnn. fiE% 4. according law the
acne j file prop. "
oft
Clerk Cnurl
'Y made i I>I 118. at Circuit
I" Soutli by iitti. our. th.11 arty described therein I
San obJ.ctol to the patent to the bidder at will the be sold J l I Bradford Qountr.; ilorLdI

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] FEBIUrABY II, 19S BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEK

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DOATDRAlNMrs. Sfarke.! Fla., Polk Doris Cagsels, Doris Manu!

Z. Z. Griffin Correspondent \' Feb. 7, 1938. Marie Dyal Ontta Thomas Muriel
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,1.QB JONES WAWORO: UIISRED1! TheLetter To ,the editor of the Telegraph: Lee Oapp Clarissa Waters, M D.

Mrs. Dan Boree of Jacksonville Il Please allow me space for the Harrell W. C. Crosby and Lewis

\Comments On Here was visiting Mrs Arch Pravntl Box. following! letter to the people of Shaw.

last Thursday and Friday. I ffrDONTCRY Bradford County In regard to Mrs. L. A. blintz and baby and

Di And Hereafter C A. Grlffla nnd Harvey and game conditions as I have found Mrs A. B. Crosby and children

Gainesville Fla them: of Jacksonville, spent the week
Ralph Oalney made a business '\..l4opfed jiom OlDWYN MAVfR: iiclan
thMtTA.9 January 30, 1937 end here of their
find as
''You can do anything yountlght trip to Gainesville Saturday.Miss I In some sections! the game guests par
to do," the writer tells the Ruth Morrell visited HALSEy1RAIN-ES Bradford County Telegraph has been killed out pretty close. ents Mr. and Mrs. L R. Galney.

fctiidents Bob Jones College. Stnrke, Fla. I find some unfair shooting and Barney Mattox spent the week-
in the
friends In Belmore Sunday. My Dear Sir: birds have been used for commercial end with friends and relatives In
but I have he said halting. ;
old man, \\hat has far company
*rn not an Mae Prevatt spent Sunday with ( happened no :
occasion -
I take this to congratulate Ocala.
A lot of Bradford
to see some I "This Is my boy. Doctor whispered purposes.
_.Wed long enough Jacksonville. Coming to America! for one
friends In
on success In Miss Janie Mae
your Quarrels
in practical ev.ryday Donovan. you County birds have been killed, spent
out
work final try at the International
[things life. If a man cannot do Mr. and Mrs. Arnold G tiff Is and horse raring Sir Peter Colrrton "How are you, young man?" building up, toning up and general hauled away and sold I have the week-end as guest of her uncle

then he ought not to do son, Harold, attended church at and his cup grandson aid the doctor. "Perhaps Ishouldn.t make-up of your Telegraph I had reports on hunters who are and aunt Mr. and Mrs Alvln
thing, \
lit.Ill t,; If he ought to do It. then he Beulah Saturday night. Roger decide young to offer have taken the libertyof have been taking It for nearly not willing to shoot In a sportsmanlike Clemons in Jacksonville.
1 I Jr. of County thirty years and today I will say We are working Douglas Hardy spent last week
lean do it. God has a way of put. Joe Grlffla, Clay Tlmmle Donovan the chance to sending that telegraph but- way.
ting Omnipotence back of His will was visiting relatives here ride their mount The Pookah. wellHe broke off looking It has not a peer as a county pa- hard on some of these reports and end in Winter Haven with frlendis

I hope to bs able to bring some of Mrs. Lizzie Schoffleld of Tarn
Ifor a human life. "I was called to Sunday. Tlmmle Is a self-aniAired.> awkwardly toward the bed. per.The
Issue of 28 the bogs Into the courts for pa spent last week here as guestof
January
be a missionary but I never had headstrong boy who first I* I "Say anything you want to, caps game
T* chance to go to the foreign contemptuous of Roger then Doc" prompted Donovan "I them all. Your editorial, "A Message punishment.Now! her brother E. T. Stewart

tfleld," an old lady said one time., BETHEL becomes fast friends with him. I I'Ith know I aln' got a chance I to Be Remembered" will\ longbe I want to thnnk the people Elder M. L. Gilbert, of Dade

It you were called to be a mHrlonary. Mr*. Ralph Galn ey, Correspondent \\ arrangements made for thought Tlmmle might come to an honor to you. It shows for being so kind and considerate City and E. J. Roberts of Lawtey.

there would have been a the Cttlverton horse to be run the front for me, but he don't your value to the people of Starke with the sheriff and me In spent the week-end here as guest
We to report that Carl want to." or where ever It will be read. of H. P. Gainey.
Anders Is 111 and we wish for hima The doctor turned Personally I do truly thank Mr. and Mrs, A. A. Hazen of
to the you
[field," I answered. There Is aliways moned to come! to his sick father boy, I feel! we have, and with this cooperation -
studied him and L C. Prescott Orlando spent the week-end hereas
some way to do the thing speedy recovery. Mho deserted him when momenttarlly continued we will make

[that God wants us to do. The Tommy Lee has returned home h<> was a small child.! Tlmmle I I poke in a tone of great earnest Bradford County a better countyfor guest of his parents, Mr. and

(trouble with most of us Is we are after spending a few weeks In Is reluctant to go but Roger i ness. Starke Fla., game purposes. It seems that Mrs. E. M. Hazen.

joo easily stopped. When we meet Tampa with relatives. persuades him.) I "Tlmmle," he said "human life February 5, 1938 Bradford has quite a reputationfor A large crowd from here attended

Jlfficulties we give up. God never Friends of Buster Griffin will be I Is a precious thing. Every roan Editor Telegraph quail hunting and has been : church services at New Hope

uses "quitters. In the last eleven glad to know that he is Improving CHAPTER SIX Isn't given the opportunity to save Starke Fla. badly abused by game hogs from Primitive Baptist Church, Sun

years I have seen students of our after being very sick for some I! somebody. I don't know anything Dear Sir: I far and near day.
When Timmle made his to
[ the job In time. way I about your relations with your fa- I was surprised and shocked at I would
who on
college stayed the room In the third-rate hotel j suggest we organize a Rev. G. E. McGauley held regular
spite of difficulties and opposition designated In the wire and i ther but because of him you are the general lack of Interest of your sportsman's club and make it church services! at the Missionary -
COUNTIES WIN PRIZES here and you owe him something. local citizens toward school affairs -
lof every kind. They went through. knocked on the door a barely rec- I county-wide If some sportsmenwill Baptist church Sunday,

They: would not stop. They are TAMPA. *- Manatee County ognlzable voice called In low I j You can't watch n man die without as evidenced by 'he small name a night for a meeting The many friends of J. R. Mott

out in life. They are succeeding. winner of the grand prizes for tones: "Come in." doing something" to help him.That's number attending the meeting at I, I will canvass the county and will will regret to learn that his barn
murder! the school house last Friday night.I to have of best i
winter vegetables and citrus at The senior Donovan was prop I : try some our citizens was completely destroyed by fire
I "I aln't throwln no races for have not been in your community from
come all at this meetIng ,
When discouragements the Florida State Fair here, add- ped in bed. His features appeared parts i Thursday midnight How the flra
Paul. That little I nobody repeated Tlmmle star- long but, as I understandit I think this will
read the life of list tak- do a lot of started has not been determined.
ed another award to Us by white and drawn. A battered j
Jew, to me Is the most fascinating ing first prize and $325: for home nightstand drawn close to the bed ing hard past the doctor. He strodeto this was not a "spite" meetIng good and assure us of a good sea- Mr. and Mrs C. C Crosby and
He was the door and went out. but simply an honest effortto this fall.I .
character In history. of I son children of Youkon, spent Sunday
canned and preserved products. contained an imposing array I
sincere before he met Jesus on Plnellas County placed second and medicine bottles. He rang the elevator bell get a true picture of the pub would also like for all sports here' as the guests of his parents
God will not around the corridor then thrust lic's wishes as to a school principal and citizens
the Damascus road. Levy Polk and Pasco counties followed Timmie advanced toward the bed. men to join with me Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Crosby.
,' sincere soul Indoubt. So He his hands into his pockets. In a for your( Starke school next : In location for a .
leave a securing a good ----- --- --
Hernando Indicated
In order. Countywon When he spoke his voice
and told him moment be turned about abruptly year. Therefore there was no in order that
1 struck Paul down the blue ribbon for home cur that uncertain hardness which one breeding ground we For distances of more than 200
"You are persecuting me when went back and opened the doorof reason why each and every patron may Improve the game as a wholeIn miles, American and Canadian
ed meats followed by Levy Is likely to feel In the presence of
you persecute my children." Paul Alachua Seminole and Pasco a sick whom one dislikes. his father's room. should not have been present to this county. We are promisedthis trains hold the speed records.
.was not disobedient to the heavenly person "How long would It take to get register his or her opinion by Chief C. S. Clark. Jr., If
counties. "Well what do want? he
vision. He began to transact you i I Chica-go I Where I come from-."nurth of the people are interested In help- TRAIN SCHEDULE:
said finally j
business for God. The persecutionhe I I the Erhlgher" you Southern; ing get the location.A Schedule of trains arriving here
STARTED FROM! BOTTOM "Sit admonished his
down son,
had heaped upon others was father. i "Less than twenty-four hours," ers seem to think we pronounce breeding ground would be a daily. Subject to change without

heaped upon him. He had made SARA SOT A-A former circus "I'd stand." was the answer. "north of the Ohio." almost every big help In our condition now, as notice.
just as soon
others to suffer. So he understoodthe cook Is ready to take over his "Okay dad!" -exclaimed Tlm citizen worthy of the name would we are running pretty low on : Southboaad-Due( Stwrke

Satanic hatred In the hearts of duties as general manager of the "I guess" you bate me, don'tyou mle. "You get your Iron lung have welcomed the opportunity to game. It seems we have only a No. I-Local_______ 11:23: : p.m.
kid?
the enemies of the cross. Paul "greatest show on earth." questioned Donovan The Pookah won't win. He walk express himself In a frank and Im- very few quail left and I haven't No. 15-Local-------: : p. m.

would not atop. Build a prison on George W. Smith was named with a weak half-smile. ed to the door. partial manner. I admire the hospitality been able to hear of any turkey No. 107--Through__ 10.05a.m.:

his pathway and he would walk head'of tre Rlngling Brothers and "Why shouldn't 11""That' He had scarcely closed it be- the good! looks, and the anywhere. With these grounds we No. 191-To Mia ml __ 10:39: p. m.
should.
through it and come out on the Barnum and Bailey circus to succeed right maybe you hind him when Donovan throwing fine breeding of the average will be able to improve conditions Northbound-Due Starke
But listen Timmle: the doctor No. 2 Local._ .__ 5:30
back the blankets and springing Southerner-but wonder : a. m.
no we
other side with converts under one the late Carl Hathaway. without cost to the county.We .
says I got one chance In a million No. 16 Local ____ .
and prison gates under the other from bed dashed! to the telephone "Yankees' look upon you as beIng have everything to gain and 11:28: a m.

What this nation and the world --- ._- There's a Chicago specialist "Lock the door!" he warned his somewhat Inclined to always nothing to lose. Let's get busy No. 108-Through___. 5:03: p.m.

need is uncompromising fearless do anything It Is his duty to do. could give me an Iron lung and confederate the "doctor." He take the easiest way out of a sit- and make It a success. Who will No. 192-Through.. 8:29: a. m.

I Christian leadership There are To fall to say and do what we maybe pull me through-but I'm" winked slyly. "Guess we pulledthe uatlton.As answer first? Starke and Wannee Branch'
broke. Could you help me, ion? No. 101 leaves Starke 7.0O
too many time savers. "You are should do and say means we are wool over his eyes that time long as there Is such widespread A. A. Durden, : a. m.
God "I ain't got any money, replied eh? Now all we got to do Is line No 102 arrives Starke lf: >0 p m.
.an evangelist Bob Jones You can cowards and weaklings. wantsus apathy on the part of Game Warden Bradford County.

tell folks what they ought to know. to be courageous. Or* course. Timmle. up your agents. Chicago, New school patrons they will have to __,__ ._h-_ Seaboard Airline Railway.
"But I know how could
I am a pastor. I have to be He wants us to mix brains with said his father you get Orleans St. Louis, Boston we'll take what Is handed out to themIn RROOKEK T. J, GRIFFIN Agent.

careful what I say." That was our courage. We should have good some :significant get 'em all. It's Hop Skit to win the way of teachers and principals ,
ly. '" Jlltll'er Gulney, Correspondent It'.. Easy: To B e Mitak A.....<
the
RhJge ore
said to me one time by a certain Judgment but God never uses tim- "" and I must lay that they
"I know how I could too, said .
pastor in a city where I was con id souls. I tell the ministerial students have little right to complain when STOMACH TROUBLEStomach
Tlmmle, "except I don't do them I I I firtuluutlon
in our '"It takes The day of the Ridgemore
ducting an evangelistic campaign. college they get what they deserve
kind of sufferers should learn the
things. The day Is drawing when
A pastor can say anything it is brains grace and grit to be a real dawned bright and warm. For the "Damyankee." near truth about ULCERS, GAS. ACID.
"But wouldn't stand there
you the school will be closed! at Brook-
week The Pookah heraldedas ,
his duty to say. A Christian can preacher. past INDIGESTION belching heartburn
and watch me die would you, Tim er and those who are In the present -
Britain best bet in a decade constipation etc, due toexcw* next.
mle?" his father."I wanted to( say that I waited for
pleaded Ninth Grade
Class here will
had been a distinct favorite to FALL UDGA Booklet contain; fact
ain't rid In' any crooked the If he you at Mother Ralph's last night. journey on to broader fields of of interest The9thedition justorTUm
capture race. won that
Caesar races," reiterated Tlmmle."You'd Your father Isn't worse?" BefOl'e press may prove your first step to hap.pyetomachromfortClipthietoremenll
Sings a Song of Safety r rno he would carry on as a likely candidate learning leaving us, they !
just give me my life I'I for the American Cup. i t "No snapped Timmie. He pull- wish all to come out and be with you to ask for the UDGA Booklet al

kid. This one race can't make Drawn by the perfect weather, ed In his rein to draw The Pookah them ut their graduating exercises -
difference Timmie.I away. "Why don'tcha lay offa me?
any Listen CARPENTER'S DECO STORE
the fine field of contenders and
/S e'T gp TeL a/a/a ION Loeg r A know people who'd pay me five I the International flavor given the What're you always followln' me. February 13 1938 at 3 P. M.,

q 2t : uIT Ls StGP e Ce grand If the horse you re gonna I event record-size crowd around for? I'm riding your horse, In the time which has been set
a was on
RE-ELECT
re Seeea Jg SysSqi. ride In the didn't aln't I? Ain't that enough?"
.vr t. i Rldgemores hand to greet the horses when apart when Rev. L. A. Sheppard,
m QdI win." I they marched to the post The bitter selfcondemnationthat of Starke, will deliver the Baccalaureate JERRY W. CARTERTO

Ma Timmle stared at him In a cryptic Timmie never went back on a Tlmmle had been unable to sermon to this group of
-
a I half-sorry half-disgusted way. decision once he had given his express' when he talked to Sir young people.

"How'd you know I'd ride In word and nothing would now interfere Peter was now coming out In the And lust but not least that a

i I that ?" he asked. For answer his with the pledge he had glv.1 form of this Invective againstRoger "night of all nights" when this
c.., .,.' / father smiled waveda The FloridaItailroad
.I .,. t, slightly and en his supposedly dying father. latter stunned and clad shall receive their diplomasfrom

P 92 r M'i finger. But the youngster's conscience had bewildered ran after the mount. the hands of Supt A. J. r

,1y w'oocV > "Do you think I d throw downa bothered him constantly as he I "Walt, Tlmmle he began "Is Grlffls, has been set for Thursday

white guy like His Honor, Sir restlessly paced off the days before there anything the matter? Have February 17 Dr. W A. Littles, Commission

Peter?" i I the race. He tried to keep I done anything to offend you?" of the University of Florida Is to

There was no reply from the his behavior the same as ever "Listen!" cried the other sharply bu the principle speaker. at this

t 1Pe bed and Tlmmle continued: I "I don't! want to mess with' time.
h.t toward Roger but the latter sensed *
nett, tr f" IfGoe "I'm supposed to be a good that something was wrong. you! Let me alone. Beat Itt.}! Do you The class colors are green and GROUP

( rider. People bet their money on I When Tlmmle failed to come home hear?" white; the class motto: "Rowing

I: RA,'a' me. I HUe to win for 'em and I I for dinner the night before the As Tlmmle hurried off to the Not Drifting," and the class sponsor -

:teeif'kZWL41 don't pull any races!" I race Roger assumed that It was post he dropped the medal Sir : Mrs Agnes Knowles. While promise Jerry to the made voters only-that one

Donovan a voice seemed to come I his father's illness which hud kept Peter had entrusted to him. Roger This class consists of eleven pupils he'd "be there" on pay day

d'i e.l even more faintly from tightly the lad awny. saw It fall lie run picked it : Misses Agnes Rimes Lorena -yet he was Instrumental

64 e w f Oa r pressed lips. j When Sir Peter came out to the up, and, tried to cull to the disappearing In saving people of Florida

"I thought you might give me I parade field for a last clasp of jockey: but Tlmmle rhei'kM more than
this one chance kid. he said. 1COLDS
CGP the hand, just as Timmie led out gave no sign that he heard.
C.E1 $3,100,000In
r J'r 6 6
"But it's Goad luck to :
okay. you. his mount, the boy was unable to Reaching the gate that led to the

As Tlmmle started for the door : meet his eyes starting post Roger attempted to FEVER Telephone, Freight: ant

,' :T "TIfor Tvo"; ta C-fetjr tr i I win! "It's tie rvidJIect: ; rive: in tIlt u slender man carrying a black "I don't think I need to give climb over."Hey l.iul.l.. '111101.'. nut da* Refr'g' .11n' Pates in his
-V A'.l I.ld a nutshell hia'ory! cf Ire, :ng worll": Si 83.r' case apparently a doctor-en where do think MHl. Ilrmlai-Nr, ae: > first t rtu of '-!f.ce
you any Instruction, Tlmmle you you'regoing ......
Caesar E:road A ay son: writer.! For I Caesar has written songs with tered. Mime heaps m. EI Eyy I
the man: who wrote the lyrics tot Such nota'J:". as Victor herbert, said Sir Peter warmly. "You know ? demanded an attendant Pod Political Ac.v.rJ."m"nt:
"No No Nanette"' the; mo-t succenH- Xnuolpli: Frlm!, Vincent Youmaita "Oh, I .didn't know you had how to ride him. There's only one seizing his arm Cry .llnl-.lr-l'l-"i' -World'. llentl.lnlnient --- -

ful musical comedy in a.1 history. and George! Orshwln. "Sing a Sour: thing-don t wait too long to'make "I've got to give him something -- ---

has just written a book: ot son-a fjrc'vildron of Saretv": "*.* music by GarMilMar' OLD MATTRESSES MADE your move Remember he's not fluid! Roger, pointing, 1--
called >s with \ 10)1II Caesar wrote "It NEW Regardless of condition "Too late now." The attendant
.eally a super-horse.
3lfg: A Son? of It True Vuat:: They Buy About .
New' !Mattresses !Made to order "Yes sir." salo Tlmmle with a shook his head.
Dixie. !
f kills"f'
\rety"lbt
i I'-. '. vill b> swinging' Offhand It seems, stfanga that a I Let us convert your old mat. hunky catch in his throat Roger looked down at the emblem I

n? 't( 1"', ,,.1 fad, siiiglng all Tin Pan Alley celebrUy! who has no tress Into new type inner spring "And would you do somethingfor thought of Tlmmle's Inexplicable

\. .\. over the country. children (his only dependents are mattress. Our prices are rea me as a special favor?" ask- actions and felt a sense
4 R I Ms mother and named "Inc.") sonable. Satisfaction Guaran
Ju a dog
.' =t forty-two of Impending disaster.
0 ed the BrltlHher. He took out a
...... ) ibis' summer, should write a boor: of twentieth (To be continued) I
for chil teed.Quick title silver medal, with a design I
Caez r fin natural century nursery rhymes Service ,
..
.l- --- --- --- -
leader dren. But Cae ar hasn't forgotten af a horse engraved on It. "This

F.'I'm a :youngster on Kerr, Y -rk'1I his early! days In the crowded te.> Mattress Company has been handed down in our fam- DANGEROUS I .

east at.!* who like to write little ment district and the hazards Cll.. 381 Park St. 'I 1>' My father gave It to me. It It I. 4lmutrri (.. sell a MHVIIM .I a' ay o iPe)1
living for children. He I* paying cff Factory: IK fur mm lust lu ...... three or
Verne. Caesar has risen; ti n-ember- bring us a bit of luck .
: ,JACKSONVILLE FLA. may four ..... more t'uetemer.. are your
with his
ship on the board of directors of a debt to society safety We call for and deliver Timmle gritting his teeth to .heat n...rl.l !.... tbrm and you l lone
the American Society c* Composers. tor:!s. ; just four ......I....... Will. l. worth Ikrrcr
Authors and Publishers. Caesar Is glimpse Into Caesar's offlca later drop us a> card. control himself, accepted the talis roar HIM* no much as a HI IIS II-

also. President It the Sot: wrltfra at night will find no indication that man. At that moment the signal I"I 'I''K. ,

Protective Association. "Tea for business stops at six in the even: 1g. PEACE AND CONTENTMENT :ume to move on to the starting ---- SnoSAeen SCORES BIG HIT

Two" made him famous and "Crazy There after business hours perplit/ FOR THE BABY box. All the young jockey could / BOY WHAT A LUCKY

Rhythm", "I Want to t- Happy", of the sonwrlting!! and theatr ;al When tour risings Indicate an upset lo was wave his hand then quickly ( DAY FOR ME WHEW" e. in the Motion Picture Cooking School
"I. It True What They Pay About vorld gather to discuss. music the itomai, bal>ltM naturally will be avert his head as he started > MY WIFE LEARNED

Dixie" and a host of other songs show business ASCAP ttalrs, 01 I arose and, nloeplvmi.. they will fry I .ABOUT Spry AT THE and the bride in the is delighted
have kept him so. politics and philosophy. The youthful because they feel miserable. Tu I away. story
Irving Caesar never dream* c! looking Caesar la always Core 1'.101' Ihrlr sunny rilxpoxlllim (tlvthem Roger had been delayed In run MOTION PICTURE I when she discovers! that with this remark

songwritlng tame a. a ;youngster. most In these discussions. He hat I made. of MtOee'H mild Ingredients Baby Elixir that It will In ning down to the horse's stall by COOKIN6 SCHOOL able flour, even a beginner can make cakesan

H.! wanted to be an automobile magnats not confined himself! to song writ nnnthA th. stomach aid digestion the last-minute arrival of Mother expert would be proud of!
-a Henry Ford '>r a Chrysler log. Musical comedies movie s'Jna and help to rheck nltnpl diarrhea Ralph and Cricket. The two.weur-
nut one night! he was; riding along rlos and Broadway sketches bawl ., It tauten good and In a bin Stet, home-tailored dressesind Pillsbury's Sno Sheen Cake Flour light
toward restful sleep and batttr faodKMMlmllatlon Ing brightly
Riverside Drive on a bus. with the come from his versatile pen and U< : Price sac and Sec a Lighter and white a* new-fallen snow i if made
hats that looked If
I as they
late George Orahwln. wbo bad been Is one of the I hoi tie. I from certain exceptional soft wheats
his chum from boyhood.: Lookingat few authors 41 might have had a similar origin cakes, flakier pastry, 1 specially selected and milled for
the Iludwn River Caesar romanticized who Is also sperformer. > I GOITREMAKE hurried excitedly to t the box where I specially
anotber river and Ha : crisper fried foods use in delicate cakes.
It Into .y" THIS TEST they were to be guests of Sir
suggested "Swanee" s, a title for a'' loves to act I QUICK Peter. DiOHTULt, too. Gee Spry today ; Try it and see how wonderfully light
Oft a mall bottle Hertiol-Quuilruplc,
song. Cernhwin applauded and Ilea and has Ire- "" r a cplnrlwHN linlmvnt For .lmr!. Leaving them when he heard the' So h', ..nit.r. imther purer MI.'. Huffy, and delicious' your cakes will be!
for Ions the two had written a song qusntly appeared = I goltr apply twice dally It quickly.. for the start twice a* fur friei without smoke, makei I
signal Roger scur-
that was to be one of the hits of In his nupplir-a substance needed liy. the baked and fried food doubly deliciuii. J
the generation. The automotive industry own sketches on Broadway or as i thyroid .s ltnd. Thousand have beenrelieved. l led through the front aisle of the rested J and approved by Good housekeeping .- PILLSBURY'S SNO SHEEN

faded Into the backgroundn cued artist over the radio. And h< drilltor let more*.. Not Information! Mr. F II.atmost grandstand, and across to the pa- Inititute. Get the big 1-Ib callThe
Caesar took \to writing songs gets as much pleasure singing song, linker llux ate Puncdln. Kla. nays ade ground. Timmie was crossingthe 1.
I' seriously. Years later he saw the like "A Goof Plays on the Root" 01 "I wan relieved. 14 year ago. I will paddock when/.the other boy saw, purer \ Cake Flour19S3
Swanee River for the pat time end "Let the Ball Roll" from "Sing I tell' or wilt my .xp..rl nia to any.on S m..a..bl.IIIOI1enln'
." reached his side out of breath. P JV
I Locally at t.srpent.r'a Drug ,
was glad that he hadn't seen It bsrs Song of Safety" as he does from hil Storo. .TaIPLg-Clef/MDJ:
&> ha wrote his song with O rsh- more sophisticated works. "Tlmmle cried Roger "I jus t





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BICA Jl'f..O. conorv. TEUEORAPH. STARKE. n.onmA. .: .. .-- +- IrKID.FF IC(1\lt\ 11 h
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TAX AUCTIONS Revival /* Planned GROWERS TOLl TO PLANT 1,000 acres this year i-I; ,
TO "DRESS UP" "
I u
I'It
Bradford Telegraph mere should grow 'ihi ,
County ROAD 13 REPORTEDRECORDS In discussing plans for an Al- (Continued from Page One) elves; and not let ...m, ",,II',,'
dersgate commemoration revivalat Into the state t
Established 1977MEIIER and get, i ,
IMPROVEMENT CLUB WILL SHOW COUNTY'S the Methodist Church here cotton over 30 cents per pound. Sea Island cotton Ingrown ".

L'. '.. coNCENTRATE ON.EN-, ,.. JVIPFIT; FROM.PIjcEUt.t; : : ),. ., ttoonj.the pasto)yV' ,. ,A* Fischer! This Increased ,.production.! { !Is exactly'Wtiaf by,,,, sonjep! e i D. ,
I V 1"1* f5 f\ TRANCE: TO TOWNThe hER SALES said this week: "The Methodist I the( mills! that usse'oul'Cotton spinners want thin fin, t

V 5 FLORInt\PRISS; ASSOCIATION Bradford'county tithed $:lfl.04211 ,- Church> this year commemorates want as they must be' .s. ton that can be grim i,, I ,
; Stiitke Improvement Club tho 200th Anniversary of John mired of getting all they want if else in the world.
J. held Its regular meeting at I the from tax cprtirtcattf auction Weplwys conversion when he felthis'heart they are, going to*use It at all''. \\ ""I
mere allow this
:JctuXVtd :J sales held hero under terms mrntslip
warmed'
Woman's' Club lust; Frld/iyYiftfrf-< / strangely In Mr Jlayeanalcl, "I sold the last
out of their
noon at 2:30: o' lllclt. Interest In of the Murphy Law during the the little chapel In Altlersgate St., five bales that I could find In the .contn.iShooting .
I the benuticatlon program continues month of December according to London, England, May 24, 1738.Aldervgate sotto for 30 cents pound few --- -
a
per
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class high and new faces appear at a recent report made by Clerk of commemoration la primarily days ego and It I could get hold of Condemn \
at the Post Office at Starke Florida each meeting. (the Court A. .J. Thomas ,to State the
Matter movement within
a as much as 200 bales right now I The Ministers' A"i ,,
I
.
Mrs. L. A. Davis, chairman of Comptroller J. It t Lee.
] church, its objective being to revive could sell 'every bit of it for 35c Starke held its monnn

E. L. Matthews _______ _. Editor :m'd OwnerSUBSCRIPTION I, Ihe program commit. has completed The tax report bills showed amounting that to delinquent $52-- the spiritual experience of the per pound, which Is no more thanit Tuesday In the Method i 7tr II'
---- ----
-=_ _-==-=- .. a survey, .of. I She.. needs, .. for.. ..n,> ." ........ft. .....,...........1 ft'. ...._" M. s present membership and to un- Is worth. and adopted he( follow, ,
/ arounu nun, the I v..u" "w .ov. AV'
planting me city derglrd the entire program or I j "Last year the Pima cotton I lion: "Whereas the run '
t I school house and the court house. $21,716.44. More than $20,000 of
RATE w this'total was realized from the I grown In Arizona sold't r an average wish i-n" ,,,
:Months 75c Payable in Advance At its I.-mt meetingthe city sale' parlance The Aldersgate Revival, of 5c per pound morethan reasonable respect for t MI, i
Yearly, $1.:>0; Six of tax certificates on the Empire ntJ
I council gave $25 for Ihe purchase therefore will be a movement inn .
Lumber Co.'s lamia, most of did our Sea Island cotton. The Sabbath w<< therefor. ,''p',
Advertising Hates on Application of shrubbery to be used in then which were bought by J. E. Bartlett within every local congregation to reason Is that they raised enough the enforcement in Bradt, "I.< ,, .
,
n.- planting around the city hull. lend all present members Into a of Section
of Gainesville. Almost all thnt the spinners could afford to ty 7652 of the '< 'mDt
"1'.UII'ANTAGE OF COOKING SCHOOLThe I The P. T. A. has also given $10 other certificates have been bid In! personal religious experience and pay S cents a pound more for it General Laws of Florid" ,t
toward the planting to be made to fulfil the church's evangelisticduty forbids .
Telegraph is pleased at being able to bring the motion the school house. by owners of the land for $1 and In the More i even though it was far inferior to the discharging 'u'>i ?
,tut community. arms on Sunday' and
our cotton. Mr. Hayes had samples ; \\
costs. or:
picture cooking !school "The Bride Wakes Up, to the'i R. F. Clark, general chairman definite announcements will be of both cot tons to prove his commend all who are r. 'I', ",11, .
k'' women (and the men too if they are interested) of this I of the work says It Is interesting The stale's share of the amount made later.". 'statements. Healso had samples for its present cnforcem'
received from sales .
was .
reported .
section. We believe that it is the first thing of its kind ever I to see how most citizens have a a $2.526.71. ------ --- -- of Egyptian cotton and some "Ministers Alliance .o i ,,ion
,, I I|I joined in and have denned up SCOUTS thread and yarn made of Florida I "f-eslle Shepherd, ("II f
that
to be presented in Bradford County and we hope as many -
,
i i around their home yards and euri SPA Inland cotton. The Pima cot-
people as! possible will take advantage of this opportunity for i|i i rounding, The several churches TILLMAN FAMILYIN PATROL ROAD I ton growerA in Arizona grew 9,000bRles POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTSl

entertainment and instruction in the fine art of cooking. Admission ,| have cooperated in the work also. WRECK of cotton while Florida and
The Rev L. A. ONE ARREST MADE FOR :
of
to the school is absolutely free. This the Telegraph i} Shepherd the SPEEDING NEARSCHOOL j South Georgia was producing only
Baptist Church, was at the
present I 3,000 bales.
FORMER STARKE RESIDENTS TO TIIK PRMOCHATtfOK
+ was able to manage through the cooperation of advertisers, |; Inst meeting and said that there HAVE NARROW ESCAPE HOUSE I Mr. Hayes concluded by saying Till 1 KKJHTI: l

7; both national and local. Our housekeepers should show their(1 lire prospects of a new coat nf SATURDAY The local Boy Scout Troop under "if the farmers refuse to grow Sea I hereby CIRCUIT imnmincc: nn ,

'' appreciation for this treat by reading the advertisements : paint for his buildings. the leadership of Scoutmaster;) Island cotton sufficient to relieve fur nomination, HK StateKllfceeil A. ,
(
,; on,1 naf,.riina tho merchants and concerns! who helped to Mis. Davis suggested that the Mr and. Mrs..I.-.B. -Tillman. former Elmo Si ruth, have been organized I the shortage in the finer staple tlniuit' cnrtipNt.Inji-i'lf."I1..t'K..th and pr.n"<
J ';committee pick some one out- residents or scat-He, anu eight into two safety ptttrols I cotton, there Is a danger of havIng nil. poirormnnrf or I tin rim' "
r r; bring the cooking school to Starke. i l standing task and stick to It un I of their children, ranging down to acting: as traffic officers along I the spinners come into our territory offlre.The. continued mippai'rtetnnrralK

, II til completed, and then start an- an eighteen-months-old baby, were three blocks of Road 13 In front I and plant Sea Island cotton of Ihlx circuit,
r r SOME: UNIIEKOIC HEROES i other. For this purpose it was in an automobile accident near of the school house. Eight badges j In large acreages. I have an in- deeply aprirerlnteil.J.. C..Anivl.VvOulneovllle:: :
4, ,''decided to concentrate efforts on I Fairbanks Saturday night. They and Sam Brown belts were given, ,I, qulry right now asking for information ft
Sinclair Lewis took a sly dig at this country when he |' the northern entrance to Starke have been living in Gainesville to the troop by the American Automobile ]I as to the. cost of planting ------.

t, said: "The heroes of a nation are a test of strength and i over Road 13. With completion of since leaving Starke Association which is co- I cultivating, and, gathering 'Oil .XTITK'WTT ll\lt:

culture" and then proceeded to list the follow.mg' as typical |11 the"new road surface and freshly Mrs. Tillman and three of the operating In the woik. | -.- --- Slll>j"1 lOlei-tlim rt l la I 111)I iJuniorlltltmiiry l, t(,
; graded shoulders, it offers a fine children are still In the Alachua Since the safety drive started canclldury, for hereby state Atti nnimr !.
of his
of American heroes: Charley; :McCarthy: Mickey Mouse, through one signals rather ICI 'htu
opportunity for road-side flower Jiulirlni/ Circuit,
County Hospital but rune
are
reportedto weeks
Jwo
I: Clark Gable John L. Lewis, Dale Carnegie, Bruce Barton, ago, one arrest has than one of the patrol boy's slg- of AlurhUH. linker. Hrntlfnril
i planting.Mr. be improving: Geraldine, slK' | been made. One of the boys gave I chrlet, Levy end Union Countlc
'f. James A. Fade;)". Joe DiMaggio!: Rudy Vallee, Bernarr 11C-j! Clark believes that if present teen-year-old daughter, who was the slow down signal to a tourist ruln.The following oath was admin npprefluted.1 Your vote and vnppui wll

"',, fadden, and Father Divine. I|,! progress can be maintained first believed to have a. fractured who was coming through too fast | istered to the boys by Mayor T. T. K. DUNCAN
t[ I l for a reasonable length of time skull, was not injured J111""vIII", }'Ior'
as seriously and who, instead of '
Frank
obeying orders j Lundrum:' "I do solemnly:
"This is list
Mr.
not exaggerated Lewis declared.
an ,
i Starke will be "a "
" new city. He as first supposed stepped on it only to be halt-I I swear that I will support, protect, 1"011 ,MTVI'K'S ."'1"1'0 IIVli:
"Try yourself to put down a list of men whose names would] especially requests that no plantIngs J. P. Ramsey, sheriff of Alachua ed by another scout posted in the and defend the Constitution and I hereby announce myxrlf a

be ]known on the subway or at the corner grocery store, and be made In space between County, arrested the driver of the next block. With the assistance I' government of the United States: rildutv for the I tin! KlKlnh attire: of J tulle Stalltornry'ln In I
you won't 'be far I sidewalks and curbings. An effort 'truck that figured in the crash, 'of W Thornton; the regular officer and of the State of Florida: and cult DUhJvct to approval' ofvnivrM
away. \ 1; will be mude to reserve this but said he had not determined on duty at 'the school, the that I will well and faithfully perform :3.) III It the may Democratic ho ImpoHxIbk Prybiny
,1 Perhaps Sinclair is nome degree right, although we l space 'for annual planting of rye how the accident: occurred. The tourist was turned over to Marshal, the duties of Schol Boy Patrolman Inn the rainpulKii, for me I'p"n..lly

can think of some mighty good men whose names are quite grass. Tillman car was demolished, and A. L. Alvarez and fined $5.00. ; of the City of Starke on care you Hint evrryoler I will'apiM-t-clu, but .,

y t as familiar as those listed above and who might come a little the All town persons Interested In seeing the truck turned over. According to Reports by several I which I am now about to enter, so vote and, Huppoit I of my Uruil: r 'i I
i I improved and beautifiedare '' County I frlenUx.ZACH 1
nearer to being in the hero classification. But -- --- --- I drivers, the Scouts are very court-1 help me God. ,
even so, we asked to attend the meeting The player H.s DOrGLO'E \
,
:piano which had
a cons in enforcing the law and :Mr. I'
aren't at all :sure that it isn't better to look up to the lowest at the club house this afternoon great vogue In the early l OO's was ,Thornton says several people have '

man on Mr. Lewis' American list rather than to such foreign i Fridayat 2:30: o'clock. patented in 1880. I told him they had rather run

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personages as Hitler or any one of the various -W

Japanese war lords whose names we cannot even pronounce .

much less spell. '

,\ .._ FKKK DELIVERY
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R. Johns
': HOW "I" BECAME; "WE". EDITORIALLY SPEAKING '

We are indebted\ to Miss Amelia Ray for the following PHONE

Clipping purporting to tell how the custom of the editorial

"we" originated. This has lone t'n a matter of much speculation .
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and it is a great relief to have it settled once and & S ,

for all a.4 follows: : 0 n s I[

"Back in the stone age an editor had chiseled some news "..\" TIIK S. A. L. DEPOT

about the clan bully. After closing time the bully came howlIng ]- [ +' 11

with a big club beat on the stone door of the editor'scave ..- .

and shouted : "Whoever wrote. that piece about me come''' ,

out here\ !' The editor shouted back- : 'Keep your bear-skin :, COOKING SCHOOL SPECIALS

on. 'We will be out in a minute.' The bully, thinking a gang ;

was about to emerge, hurriedly scurried away through the SPRY ,
I N bush." j, 3 Lb. pkg. 55c, BANANAS, 5 Lbs. 15c

And that friends is ,
t l as good: an explanation as you are I -
likely to, find. "We"\ only regret that folks today are not i
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RINSO :
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25c.
so easily fooled as they were hack in the stone age. I pkg. LIFEBUOY, 2 ,Bars 15c I

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I TIMBER: IS A W-THEAT: IT OAs 'p. g, a is" t

t all Florida brightens with advent of the I. AoY ,Imae y Q Am.rleaa rra
making 1' roll
paper ,PILLSBURY SNO SHEEN CASE FLOUR 1 nmrdc R G aldoas Cl>< ) Orow.r
25cPILLSBURY'S msre.q
I industry in this state, it remains for Harry Lee Baker, state;' i Q Ar"or Cbrtdtaa vr.m A.ratd+e !_,,1r.moo Q drs Cantle Pout Rt' laurnol 1 t .rt.

forester, to sound a few wise words of warning for the ben-', I (tDt.4] ,ou1nY Iouma lti .. Z ITS Q a tedT.r r

i efit of landowners who do not have vision enough to look to, BEST FLOUR 10 Lbs. 45c i t7 Nm anheld A-Maq mine' T QP ann fry 0Rome.. "_."_._-.+.__-1 1 v r,

P the future. C it aCatl'. May.s. '"'1! ma J Ho d Lo d.e -'_ 1 r

; "Remember," :Mr. Baktr said able" n O .a Aoad tor foYe _'1 suns I Q rho a. Arfsre.dl"+ 1 v
"it's fine that oafs. -' aaft
we are ) PILLSBURY'S PANCAKE aPanau' M a 9 l Y r 1 r, I
FLOUR QHouphold
to have the paper mills, but those trees they're cutting down | lOc Tolb aaor (w..Y1TI 1 1 7r G 4hor. Mriead arorln. 1 r

are God-given! and we must take steps to see that they are ,, ry pfcleAot A.vUra er + 1 Tt tl 0 Math.r'e Wort Nont. ""' I 1 yr r;
rr .
replaced. This natural resource was placed here for our use i Qrro9tr 0 Aomar.L's arotN 1 >tt QPatSHnd.r Poubr/ /wa r. 1 y, I
FLOUR !
1 by the but 24 Lbs. 70c P r { (],fh.r ler..a 1 to Q P ro9'. 7Ihu eo rsLwe. I

for the Almighty benefit of, future it is generations.His wish I know" that we be frugal I, r ES,10 Lbs. ISe:: '''f t r1/cn.a U Doak e ,.r. 1 a Y< +v F S"+: % -v:: 1 r r <
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I From other sources! also have ,,, b: n e r .
come expressions of opin- I !eroan'.vu1i e+ r t ++'i : yr

@ ion that the paper pulp industry will be a boon to the South i GRITS 10 Lbs. 23c LARrCtb. r
u only if it is IQe rrrdi *
wisely handled. Harry L. Brown, assistant sec-1 I :: 7
"it
I 1 retary of agriculture believes that the rule>' expansion can NO. 2 CAVTOMATOES 1 IBBV'S I Y u l1 j1lAiabf.es ad ( :_ ateat 1 ...fY r,.


: be manent"a constructive prosperity"!' economic to the South force, but in bringing he also made added clear and that per 3 Cans 20c MILK 3 Large 20c; g, K T341'4 I:agzi.:yereo.IYr.ore r3 r 1.rz, :ht.t.r"ar.rll'r.: t. R )0. L 1

I blerr..e. '.alt
ft timber farming must be practiced generally on a sustained- GouGraul j +1 : ..roaG.rr/ PIq t 1r s

yield basis. I

r ; "The South stands\ now at the crossroads." :Mr.: Brown r ml.newapap.r o MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE Lb. 25c ThloH'"pe' .1 Y,. /1' S
' B *> f'zgatlnoiITOLI .. }
fi warned. "If she is not to repeat the sorrycycle; of wrecked I I r Gnu '. r. "w ."I.. N>:,* v.. _A'} I !' ONtl
incMup >s
55
%
forest lands stranded communities, desolate farms flooded nom Magai Croup n. sr-7 Maqr !:"t P't1' I ', i
cities and the COMPLETE LINE CHOICE 5 .rora iuuj; tar 7"d ''i
breakdown of local] and regional markets, she | ----- BEEF, LAKB, VEAL I sa.aa tonal; rxr..1"T.-
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must act with a sound understanding<\ of the natural and economic I ...$, r r... I Ic'" __ 1 ,T: 'hM
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integral laws part that of modern govern agriculture.and, justify" timber farming as ant i I! ROUND STEAK Lb 18c CHUCK ROAST Lb. 1Sc ,-. :/..!!.:' I } Country THISTnrm Coed Heu .-JIIEWSI'c-/\8'011.Hom TTegaJa. _: ____ I I I I p Y'Y':. 'I J Ji'1Il' .;,...:ru'.".:'....ONLYF L")_)

,
t He added that "most:' people think of the South as a land _. . -
of cotton cane and she McCall' Maqa-.III. : A'I', JIIIE
corn yet has! thirty-nine percent of': I ;'t ''

t the from nation's forest industries remaining, forest including land.new" To pulp]supply and paper the demands'plants l' STEW BEEF, Lb. lOc PORK STEW Lb. 121hc II I I Good WOIIIO"THIS nzWIPAPLA1 Slorl.louraal Wend. __, __ __ t I I rr Tr P yilasvltta }"$2 TO1 ONLY.10 1 W


he said the soil must be conserved the forest I' I I .---
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crop repl'oduced. : tt.wqytfc
tended and protected during growth. '; 5030V /{ 'ff / ..
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1 Although the paper mills are welcomed with open arms i $2.60 SCRATCH 168 i St $2.15 : r! r----II0.4----- roc

by the South. it would be tragic if this beautiful land of ours I t1 G.n.mc.rr:


g forestation became: that a sandy methods prude were because not practiced.proper conservation When it is and considered re- YELLOW CORN $1.75 7 DCI. C. S.'MEAL;$1.50: i "1iY I D the I mapxin.e.aelo>. $..I...hav......._ch._..ek.'0..
I thirty giant mills will soon require 4,000,000 cords ; >-f 1 TIMOTHY I'M REKOKE I subscription tv your n.wip p.r.
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of wood annually from the South alone it is easily understood I O Ho'm. O.f.r Q Story Off rStreet

) that the problem is a serious :' HAY Per 109 Lbs. $1.45SEE ,... ..
t one. PEA:i'JTWe : : I .
,, Reduced to its lowest common denominator. tht moral 1 : ii ...........-..-

to the story seems to be the old one about not ; or R.* D.Z.Tr.Mat"cr: .... I
) ; ose that laid the: golden e rg. killing the I Will Buy Your Eggs at.2c: B-k w J c; ; 1- I

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