Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 18, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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[ RECEIPT DATED of Jacksonville, reports that J. C. SIMS WILL
$82.38 to the 1'I'!

T Slavery days in Starke were recalled -I RATE IS HIGH The Fagg quota, however here, expressed was $100.himself Mr. BY GRAY Beginning Monday Feb. 21, the

! recently when the Times- as being "greatly pleased with the Baptist Church of Starke will con-

Union reprinted a communication I fine results obtained" consideringthe duct a Preaching Mission and revlval -
it received from a correspondenthere short time In which a local to continue through March
\\Gainey Seed Red Is First under date of May 29 1887.It Federal; Commission S; Sporsorlng Committee has been Registrationitooks OpenIn 4. Services will be held twice W. /'. Smith and George

To Be Hit In read as follows: Give Report on Flor- organized here. The total amountwas This CountOn dally, except on Saturdays at 10 Inmnn Say They

"We were shown an old relic by ida Electricity I contributed as follows: Brooker March 7 A. M, and 7:30: P M. The minis-

County 'our popular drug clerk, Joan Wills, $1; Hampton, $1; Lawtey, ter engaged for these services Is Will RunLANDIUTM

a day or so ago that brings up $2.70: Starke .S77.68. the Rev. J. C. Sims, who recently
CAUTIONS ABOUT DRAWING .. .--- NEED NTrAY 1'OLL assumed leadership of the Firs
_ TOBACCO GROWERS URGE memories of the past to many of ANNOUNCED

TO CONTROL DISEASE I our older people. It is in the shapeof YouR CONCLUSIONSUsers 4fl TAX TO VOTE MAY :3 Muptlal Church of Palatka. Mr. SEVERAL WEEKS AGO
a receipt for money paid for a CLUBSIN Sims comes to this part of the

slave. The old receipt reads: 'Re state after a long and successful

The first appearance of Blue ceived of John Wills, eight hundred of more than 100 kilo Information concerning Flor ministry in Miami, where he led Two new candidates entered the

Jold in, Bradford Countyspelling ($800)) full payment for a watt hours of electricity per monthin BRADFORD ida's Democratic primaries to be the Riverside Baptist Church of I race this week' for representative

_I trouble for tobacco growers-was negro boy named Taylor, of copper Starke pay the highest rate In I conducted in May has been received that city In Its growth from a to the state legislature from Bradford -

[reported last week as being found color. Said boy Is eighteen Florida, among towns of 1,000 to I REORGANIZED here from R. A. Cray, secre- membership of elghly-flve to fourteen County. W P Smith owner

tin the seed bed of II. P. Galney at years old, and for which I warrant 2,500 population, according to arEpol.t tary of state. : hundred. of the Starke Stave Mill and

Brooker. The discovery was made said boy sound in mind, but not just issued following a survey The o polls will onen. at 8 A. M.., The music during the revival member of the school board, an.

P.'. .; here a few days after the disease In body, and I warrant the title by the Federal Power Com and close at sundown on both primary will receive special attention in nounced tentatively, while George

''had been found near Live Oak. clear and all right. Signed: John mission.In I Starke, Laictey Hampton days the first of which will ; the hands of the local Church's H. Inmnn son of the late G. M.\

,. The of the Ga. the 100 kilo-watt dIvisionStarke's be on May 3 and the second on | Director of Inman announced .
spores fungus spread T. Ford, Putnam County, Sep- and Krooker Boys Music John Powell, definitely. T.
,I:'from place to place by traveling tember 17, 1853.1 John Wills\ was rate of $8.55 Is 85.1 percent May 24 assisted by Mrs. Ethel Biggs, Mrs Frank Landrum, county attorneyand
[: the air' It Is said. higher than that of Bonlfay I Choose Officers books will be L. of Starke
through the father of our drug clerk, John Registration openin A. Canova and the pastor. mAyor announced
Active workers of the experIment Wills. The old receipt was written ($4.62)), the lowest in this popula- I the various districts! in Bradford Residents of Slarke and vicinityare several weeks ago

f station, plant board and exj on straw paper and Is soiled tion group.In .\ The re-organization of 4-11 Clubsat County from Monday, March earnestly invited to attend the Mr Smith said that he la "con-

j tension workers, assisted by county and faded with age, but can be the higher bracket of 250 Starke, Lawtey Hampton and 7, until Monday, April 4. After Revival Services, which have been eidering" becoming a candidate."If .

agents, are putting on an intensive read plainly." kilo-watt Starke's rate of $16.20is Brooker has been effected by that date they will be open in the arranged tr contribute as extensively I make the race It will be on

[ educational campaign In 123.8 percent higher than that County Agent T K. McClane during office of N. D. WainwrIght, super as possible to the moral and the platform that we need more

all 16 flue-cured tobacco countieS, lot Bonifay ($7.24)). the past ten days. visor of registration.No social welfare of our community. business men In the legislature,"

demonstrating how to "apply MEETINGTODAY In the lower bracket of twenty- I The Hump \n Club held Its first Toll Tux Jiequireti| << -- .A_ ---- he said. He stated that- _ho__ hAlt----0
treatments for blue mold prevention five kilo-watts Homestead's rate I meeting at the school house at Payment of poll tax Is not required been' urged to run by friends who

and also following down any of $3.50 i la shown to. be the hIghest I 9:00: o'clock Tuesday morning, ; as a pre-requislte for vot I had I the slime idea.

suspicious evidence which growers In the state. Feb. 8. Mr. McClane gave a short ing. This Is the first time this WORK' SHEETS Mr. Inman made the following

L report. % Figures in the report were basedon talk on the idenls and standards of will be the cuse statement: "I wish to announce to

Two methods-spraying with OF ALUMNITo charges made during January 4-H work. The fourteen members Oath and filing fees of candidates the citizens of Bradford County
$ cuprous oxide and fumigating with 1937. In reference to its Information for state office MUST BE FILED
present elected the following officers justice of that I am a candidate for the legIslature -
-4t' : vapor- -have given fairly satisfac- the Federal Power Commis-
: the supreme court exempted, must subject! to the will of the
tory prevention of the trouble. If Make Plans For B. II. sion's bulletin' said:
be filed! not less than
President-L. A. Johns, Jr. thirty clear BY FEBRUARY 23 Democratic voters on May 3.
the spraying method is followed, S. Homecoming EventIn "The Commission, as in the past, VIcePresidentJames Barwlck. daysbefore_ the first primary with "I have been reading clerk" in the
it is necessary to spray the young makes no attempt to determinethe the secretary of state. Latest date
Treasurer Claude House of
March Secretary Representatives for the
plants from the time they are well reasonableness or unreasonableness I candidates, court -
Durham. supreme excepted Af
up in the bed. Benzol vapor fumigation !- of the rates shown in this can file oath and pay filing fee President Signs Farm that past two sessions and I feel

can be employed after the A meeting of B. II. S. alumni report nor does It enumerate the Reporter-Walden Wadsworth. I lis April 2. Oath and filing fee my acquaintanceship with

disease has been reported In a community will be held this afternoon (Friday factors that affect rate It'vels.1, Mr. McClane appointed the following | deadline for candidates for Justice Bill-Quotas Named islative t the members of the Houso and leg-

or even after It has first ) at three o'clock In the court Conditions of furnishing electric experienced Club boys as of the stale court experience that I gained

appeared In the lied: to be treated. house office of A, J. Thomas to service and the consequent costs advisors for the new members: I was reached Feb. supreme 1 and committee Soon while there will enable me to give

"Growers who intend to spray make plans for an annual Home vary widely, and In the absence of Pig Club Advisors-Theron Collins assessments must be paid not my people that representation in Talahasaee -

are advised to begin as soon as the coming event to be held some timeIn inl'ormatlin on such costs themE and L. A, Johns, Jr. later than March 31. FaVmers who have not filed have. they are entitled to

plants are about two weeks old March. re fact of differences In the level ,
Corn Club Advisor-James Bar County f'uiulldiiten I lit' work sheets within the last few
1 and spray twice each week until The following alumni have been or rates Is not to be construedas wick Oath and filing fees of candidates "If the people of Bradford County -
the ked to the. class In days are requested to do do at see fit to bestow this honor
largest plants are ready to set a represent representing unl'easonablenpssl j! Calf Club "Advisor Walden for county offices must be
in the fields," says Dr. 'V. B. TIa- which they graduated: Miss Rosa or undue discrimination. Caution Wadsworth.The filed not less than 23: days before once by County Agent T. K. McClane. upon me you will /tnd me ready

dale plant pathologist. Mae Rowe, 1937: Miss Lillian should therefore be exercised In I the first primary with the The Information contained and willing to serve you at all

The demonstrators In coopera. Sternberg 1936: Charles Fender, drawing conclusions from these clerk of circuit court. The latest I In the sheets must be had for times: "

1'!' tlon with county agents, are avail. 1933: : Miss Kitty Hogsed, 1934: rates." Brooker Club held its first date candidates may file oath all Bradford County farms by Feb. I .-

It able for 1933 Miss .. meeting at the school house at 23, he said."Especially 1..
showing growers how to Miss Hope Haynes, ; ---- --- und pay filing foe Is April 7. rusty David IUeies

apply the spray or the vapor. Etholln White, 1932; Bill Graham, I Deputy CollectorA 10:30: o'clock Tuesday morning, First Itemized campaign expense must nil who are I
--+ 1931; Lester Sponholtz 1930; Miss Feb. 8. Mr. McClune explained to statements of candidates growing tobacco or Irish potatoes David Kite. 70-year-old lifelong
collector of Internal
Ruth Sternberg, 1929: Melvin deputy members present the qualificationswhich i resident of Bradford County, diedIn
commercially sign
: GREEN QUALIFIESON revenue will be In Starke Friday. must be filed not more than thir- up Immediatelyas
Futch. 1928: E. L. Matthews, 1927; they should expect their officers i ty days nor less than twenty-five quotas! will be established for his home here Saturday after-
March 3. to !assist taxpayers in
BIRTHDAY Mrs. Leola Roberts 1926: JQe Sis- to possess. The seventeen days before the first primary. each farm In the near future" noon as a result of lingering heart
the of their Income
trunk 1925 Eunice preparation members present selected the followIng trouble. Funeral services were held
; Mrs. Searing April 3 Is the earliest date and the agent warned.
tax for the 1937.
STARKE CONGRESSMAN HAS year Sunday afternoon at the
1924; Charley Johns. 1923; Mrs. L. officers: April 7 is the latest County candidates The new farm bill was signed grave-
BEEN IN HOUSE FOR A. 'Canova 1921 H. V. Knight, side In Santa Fe Cemetery with
; President Clifton Hayes. must file expense statements Wednesday by President Roosevelt -
13 YEARS 1920 Mrs. H. B. McLendon, 1919: Meeting Postponed the Rev L. A. Shepherd and the
: VIce-Presldent C. Howard. with the circuit clerk and and! acreage limitations on

Congressman R A. Green, who A. J. Thomas, 1915.Representatives The Young Democratic meeting Secretary-Treasurer'! Wilson candidates for national and' state cotton and flue-cured tobacco will Rev. L. a. Hemingway officiating.
|celebrated his fprty-slxtu birthday : for the years scheduled for tonight has been Green. offices with the secretary of state. be announced within a few days by Pull bearers were L O. Powell

| February 10, by qualifying for re- I 1922 1918, 1917 and 1916 have not postponed until Friday night, Feb. Reporter lown I'd Douglass. Second expense statements must Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. John Powell, P M. Barefoot, J L.

S election as representative In Congress I been assigned but anyone who was 25, according to an announcement Mr. McClano- then.appointed the I (Continued On Page Eight) Wallace. Silcox:, W. A. Agin and, A O. An-

spent the week-end here be- a member of one of these classes yesterday by T. Frank Landrum, following boys as advisors for the dreu.
and who will represent It is asked president. Election of officers will David Kite was born In Bradford
| cause of the \Illness of his moth. new members: ROTARY CLUB TURNS IN FINE
f er, Mrs. W H. Green. She is much to attend the meeting this after- I be held at that time and a membership Club Advisor Clifton I County Nov. 30, 1862, and was

Improved now, however, and 1I1rGreen noon. drive will be planned. Hayes.Pig REPORT FOR FIRST YEAR married In 1909 to Myra Strlck-
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returned to survives him. The only
\ Washington,
AND SERIOUS MINGLES Corn Club Advisor -.- Mark I II surviving child Is a married -
Tuesday. COMIC I Members of the local Rotary tlonal booklets In the high school daughter
and Felton
On the occasion of his recent IN THESE SHORT STORIESBy I Phelps Calney. Club are very proud over the fact I and town libraries. living at Cones, but the de-
Mr. McClane urged the members ceased has three brothers and four
bIrthday, J. M. Cuthcart, Washington that Its report of activities for II Through" our Influence, courses
: correspondent, had the fol- to secure one more new member 1937, as prepared by President L. I have been Initiated In the local sisters living, Ben Kite of DeLand

|lowing to say about Lex: I II. F.. iJJRerjrren/ gregatlon on that account. and we would then have A. Cray has been reprinted by high school In vocational civics and Archibald t and Robert Kite of

.: He has been a member of the Serlo-comJc-One: raw drizzly I enough for two baseball squads. national headquarters and Is being I;' and In character and personality Starke and Mrs Lettie Stilley and
S I After dark on the same! day a Mts. L. 11. Austin both of
House for the Starke.
: : last thirteen years ,, afternoon In the long ago a queer uied to Inspire the organization of development.
family living In a shanty near and Mrs. J, L
S and by virtue of his long service I I IIs I rqulpage passed through Starke. The Lawtey Club held its first clubs in other small towns. We have placed a few studentsIn Williamson and
Guilford had the following 1'lppinS' Mrs. J, W. Hicks of Jacksonville.
\ now dean of the Florida delega-I!I It was a wobbly cart, drawn by a meeting In the school building, Following Is a letter received by desirable positions and we are
; tlon. It happens that his morel I I "jenny" donkey. Astride her sat experience: They had all Friday morning Feb. 11 at 10:30: Mr Gray from Roland S. Horton, happy to say that they are making Mr. I Kite was a retired farmer
to bed when vicious and, member
a gustof
< I gone a of the
C than thirteen years of seniority the driver, a girl; at her side the o'clock. The twenty-two members district governor of Rotary: good.
wind blew the door Father Church.
represents almost half of the seniority latter's sister trotted, a sharp open. present then selected! the followng "I am sure that you and your Community .'n""lr*'
held by Florida In the House stick In her hand for prodding; the drew the cover over his head, I > officers I entire membership will\ be very I I Wn have aided with funds and Funeral arrangements were In
then told his half-grown son to .
and Senate animal aloog. In the cart on a Prenldent Johnny Frigo.VIcePrecidentJimes | interested in knowing that the report service every call that has been charge of DeWitt C. tunes
and shut the door. The
He Is a high ranking memberof mattress, reclined an old lady, who get up I Antlers. j which you made to me on I made upon us, "datl, <.ll.... a chamber -----.
the donned
wind was chilly and boy -
the powerful RKers and Harbors of the cart your Club Activities has been reprinted of commerce'
groaned at Jolt Treasurer ; helped secure a
every Secretary --- Troy For
paw's overalls! a mile to large School Hoard
Committee and holds three and scolded\ the driver for her Lou Jhult as per the enclosed copy cotton ginning plant for Starke;

other committee assignments. Other carelessness.. But the latter. with for with him.one hand He held and up with the the garment other, I Reporter.Junior Bennett.Mr. and will bl! used by Rotary Ihten are jpon'iorlng/ t b'.,y scout troop; M B Fut<,h i>r 1 ..iwiev principal -

committees are tiootl contiui, 1 tears running from her eyes and national the furtherance of their backed a movement for 'a new of Woodlawn, chooll announced
I and his shoulder, tried to close the !McClan then appointed the
Immigration and naturalisation I rain-water from her sunbonnet, I extension work I i I school (ground was broken for an this week that he Is a
"door but in 'Vain. The voluminous ,j following advisors:
and territories. He Is chairmanof frightened by the threatening its- "This Is Indeed a very' great 8-r'm unit this week : aided in candidate for school board member -
overalls, like a wind-sail! on a ship. I .
the latter committee and this Lithe pect of the weather. cried out to the and, too muchwoi.n > Pig Club Advisors- James Anders compliment to you fellows and one I I securing a city park and play from D'strlct! One Including
II caught
only chairmanship watch * stand the
ida has In House or Senate. I Jane; Ef hit kills granny, let I I to i, Coin Club Advisor A. J. proud. This will give your Club i I Club toward a new heater for the ..-.
such ,
ripping tearing
While all of his committees are open 'I Crawford.The and your community publicity i clubhou"e Christmas
granny die! noise till "the old man." thinking I I ; helped sponsor a For School Hoard
of Importance to Florida, the Rivera which money cannot buy. I wish tree contest; played Santa
the roof had been torn off the I
and Harbors Committee and i out of StArke Club held Its reorganization to again express my sincere delight -I I Claus to one underprivileged; boyat T. C. Hazen of Brcoker said this
A benevole'nt-looklng old gentleman dwelling, quickly sprang j
the Committee on Flood Controlare bed. All hands had to In meeting at the school over the progress which your f'hi.-latman, gvlng! him a complete week that he will b. a candidate
the Starke Join
while at
considered of direct benetit to house Wednesday morning nt 8:30: Club has made and best wishes outfit of clothes; anti donated for the School Poard from District
the bedstead the
every portion of the State. Flor.da postoffice, saw a nice little curly- pushing against r'clock with fifteen members at- for your continued -success." to the Children's Home Society Three. K. J. Lewis, the Incumbent .
the door, then In dragging the old
haired boy
has more miles of seacoast and boy. I tending. The following officers Here In the report: ind to the Anti-Tuberculosis campaign has announced for re-election
mill-stone, that served aa hearthfor
the curls hn said: "Little man,
more Improved Inland Club Hcr\l le'l'
waterwaysthan the of were elected by the members present and A. B. Currency stated several
head what fireplace against a leg
have a pretty ;
any stale In the Union. ItS you : Attendance has been Increased Intern"tioiiiJ Men let- weeks ago that he would also baa
the bedstead, to It.
have In It? "Louses, was steady
also has several flood control you got to 95 Good have
projects I President. W. Kelly. percent. programs We have hud two speakers on candidate
now claiming the attention of the laconic reply. W. H. Rivera was a merchant in been provided for each meeting.A world peace and friendly International -----c- .
Edwards.fecrotary .
the Congress. Among these piojects 1'tarke: but quit store-keeping to Vice-Prellldent-Carl fellowship stunt Is put on each relations; offered the high

notably are the Okeechobee i On September 29, 1898 a severe become a cotton buyer for the Treasurer Tracy I week to encourage shaking hands school pupils the benefit of an International Church ServicesThe

and the Klsslmmee Valley proJects -; storm 'passed over Florida.A I Macintosh concern, of Savannah. Caker. and friendly greeting of all memo Students Correspondence Church of God will hold revival -
had make ReporterRobert Rosier. bers. An excellent feeling of fellowship Club. ,
Starke real estate man. inspecting He sometimes to trips services Sunday morning la.
Green s favorable standing with timber land In Alachua to Texas. A business friend there The new officer were ins'..ucted prevails. Men are proudto Frank Deiirlng of the Crescent the large building formerly occupied -

the administration and the Democratic was caught with his countY'1 leclded to send a small donkey as In their d-atles and responsibilities .1 be called by their first names City Club made us an especially by the Bennett Lumber Company -

Party leadership Is most apparent Rev. Mr. Davis. In the a Christmas present to Harry Mr. by Mr. McCHne. The Club welcomed who never felt as If they belongedto good talk nne week ago on "The n<'ar the depot according to

by his continuous service from any shelter. Pines Rivet, little son. In the South four new members Into Its I anything or anybody In our Strands That Hold Us Together." the Rev. Charles H Shaw A.

as assistant Democratic whip He down all around them, and to save west a donkey Is known as a membership The following advisors -I' town before (ienrrul Kriniirko guest speaker will be .,n hand for

has served in this capacity ever themselves they crawled under I "burro." and It was expressed under were appointed' : Issued our first weekly bulletin I Our rlub Is doing fine We are the mo-ning and evening services

alnce the Democrats gained con- the tops of two trees which had tbat designation, On arrivalin Pig Club Advisor' Nelson Wednesday, December 22. We : continually congratulating .ourselves I J. Michael of Olustre, and will

trol of the House of Representatives fallen side by side. The minister I Starke the express agent, never Moore expect: to make this a regular feature I i and each other on our good talk Ic the Interest ""f the Sun-

some eight years ago. offered a most fervent prayer. but I having heard the word "burro" I Corn Club Advisor Carl Edwards. In the future fortune ft gutting a Rotary club day School and l Young People's)

----+------ which, so the Stake man thought, !before, misread It for "bureau." | Vocational ber\lr here Fellowship U at. u high leak I services. Service will be held

I Washington PartyA was one-sided Sf) he broke In with, Greatly puzzled, he made thIs note I; Poultry Club AdvIsor.Robert Ed Price, Assistant Dean of Stu- Our program fellowship und attendance regularly Mr Shaw said, from

Washington Party will beheld "Can t you pray a little for me, I 'n the waybill: "One bureau missing Rosier lents at the University of Flori- committees have done SJnday on. There will be two

S by the Woodman Circle Tues- too. Brother Davis" The request one jackass over. But Mr. The President! appointed the following Jay, poke to the club and lateron especially good work, I believe services on Sunday and one oa

day night at eight o'clock. An was granted and the supplication I Rivers received a letter from the members to serve as a program the same day to the seniors all the fellows are enjoying the Wednesday. : nights. Mr Shaw has

approprIate program, has been was a lengthy one, but there was j shipper, and the matter waa soon committee: Loran Conner, at the high school. We have meetings and the good fellow- recently been holding servlc a at

.: planned. no Impatient rustling! by the 1:011I I straightened out, tames Johns. Bernard: Rosier. :placed some of the club's voca- ship. EuxtcrBr

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-l il -;" ;. (".;;:-MtHTKiVfl' ftOTICR' year U3 to 137. both Inclusive,, Chapter, l>29l( of the I9II7: ache of f ti.r of Southwest Quarter of Sec 011111:11 op rrni.icvriov cIty described therein will lie soldto ITnknown: the ...'.,"-..I, -, ,

lt' OP .M,I.MNOTICE amountInr to (421.79. Ihe 1.egisiHtIlre" upon the following1dtmcrflied lon 17 Township 7 South, flange ."%I) NOTICK TO APPMtH the highest bidder at the courthouse said property under 5'I 1. I IIlh..l. Ii

IS HEREBY GIVEN thatunder AIJ>: NW'4 of 2lWt4 See. 23 EeC I eHtate I In the County Knst. of towit II. Russell also known aa the 'month of Mnrch 19,18, which\ Is .
accordance with that Tp. 7 8. It. % contHlnlliK 40 of Ur.dfo"d. State 'Iorld. more or I.. Unl.nowl; the .
J. and In I ) 0.1
of the mid and OttorKrla the 7th of March 1838.
Acres, more nr : The awsesHtnent property Hobert IF. (tlbbs Russell, day ".Id property under '
,'rI.fl final decree of foreclotmreandi .I" :aii u I ,
Kale, rendered by Hon. A. Z. The taxea to be .nld are evidenced. Lold 6. 7. S of nilc 2 In "'rl""I. under the Haiti ..rttc.l. Issued Anna Hn".1 alHO known as Pitted thin OUt day of February Nn. 487 was In the n ,I'

Adklns .. Judge of thn circuit l I.y cartlrleitte. No. RO and 237: ot Addition to Hampton Sec. was In the lame S. O.nrll. nlhh. n""el. his 1938.OFFICIAL. ICIcwI; I Ihe flN5C$5Iia.uii, ri

r Court, of a Bradford 131 and 1'JJ ..ct Ively, and repteNant 7 14. H. 22 M.. I Humphrey. .1E ....h "of 1617 Knst tre.l. ( SEAL) i property under said ,
... ha f'nlntl "lor"la. i the un/.nll taxcn, t.r the Th. tnxen to be Hold are evidenced Unless said certificate shall he re- Wln.lon-M.I..m. North ('arolioctlhtEltTINaS : A. J. THOMAS |' 660 was In the imini.Friedman :'
I In t
In Chnlu-fry' In Hiifd Court .r'Aln wherein The.. yearN 1930 to 1837. h.tl In.ln.h', ., by cortlflcntfn Xon. 3%and I Ifing of detttueil according; to Jaw the property ( : Clerk of Circuit Court of 1 : the UHHesnumi, .t ,,'

pending Bank of Isplulnliff K te 4N4.C8. 1928 and 1i3.'l' : r..p."Uv.ly.( and repreHent described therein, will be Bold You are hereby notified that a Bradford County, J..lorld. property Y under, Hnld I I ,
Federal Lund f'nlumhl.Kt. Al. muuntDI together with tuxeM ftir the year 1927 to the highest bidder. nt the courthouse null has been Instituted In tIcs Circuit -4t-8-4 381 was In the i- 1 1 ",
,uI I .1 M. Reddish. c.rlth'ule. nam. ,
all !:KI7, both Inclualve t door on the first' Monday In Court of Bradford County, the' OHHenNMUUlt "r '
df iidanM, Case Ni, 759. the .ub..nt .n.lt.d.r T..vl.1 am."Unl Of tillu.,1, ,,
.- nro lal Master by saiddecree tnxen will he ..Id hl"h..1 .the month of M..rh. 19.18, which ,lathe Florida: In Chancery by O. W. Al- "lor of said. Vr ". I"
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intdorMlgiu'd Stic will to the bidder at the C'ourthottHe dour inSterita. f1.1. tax certlflcuteH to..t.rI, h 7th day of llar.l. 138. dernuvn and Dora :Alderman his :01'i'hd' OP .91.11 OP 'l'Xhtltt'IFICATE'lS 1185 211f the 'ii" I
appointed ..I of all Dated till January, wife RKiilnMt and ( : II nun. I I''.
11tth. dAY an
front off tin HubHefiuent om't.d It pl.lnUrf. Friedman the
)highest ,.'" for "A.h. tl. 1.h.- t"y NOTICE) IS HEREBY Q1VI3N that : ,,, ,
hIM the Bradfordc.inntv ary A I>. at lltwil: o''I.ek OXeN will be the highest 1938.OFFICIAL. each of you as defendants. Case No. said tH""I ?" ;
III South) ," door of : C. "L. hats filed with me properly under Nut '1 ,
.. Florida A'. bidder, at the ( Court num. door In ( SitAr) 701. HUI"'e No.< 646 ''f I
was In
Coin the bouse legal hours, of Itateil thin the 29th., day of Jan Hturke on I the istli day ..r February, A. .1. TIOIAI And you each ore hereby. reijulred written ..t that the tax certlflCRtes Hotistr; the time ??,I, I'I
during .al. : o'ci, .'k A. M. Clerk Court of together with all sulinenuttiit aHHeHsmcni. .r; ''I I
.' 71 h A. I). uary A. I) 1838OFFtCiAT. 19:18 at 11:00: to appear" In said suit on March "
March) proporly under
\ ,
on M.nd"Y. In ( 55A7.) I Dated thin I the 29th day of Januiy. Bradford County, FI.rhla 71 h A. D. 1938: and tliitreHfter to file omlted or levied taxes held 432: In said TM, i t"i ",, \
tbr. following premises .Iluat. I A. J. TI1OMAS. 1)38.iIil.'YIt'iAl.. 1-21-'l-2-U. your written dffonxes, by the State be adv..I..d c".1! sold wn. the numi.. ,mu r I i .
Hr..lorl County I Florida lo.wl: Circuit of 8RAI) : rnonti.tOUl : I \n the highest as I Lumber Company; the HW" '
EI NK''. of H..... '' Clerk of Court ( bill of complaint blel.r I Ihe, said I" "
1" !NW' andNW' Bradford County. Florida. .\. J. THO&II'I"'k ,\ NO'rel prescribed by law. Herein full not provided. by Chapter. 18290 of the propurty .1.1. 7 I' I
B. nnd Ntt U
ft Court ofItradford IS GiVEN that 1937 actH of t the Legislature of nf NW'4 of $P... 2- nf circuit IOTrCF or judgment wi be entered against I upon of >lu'' 11)M
KE'4 County, Florida. ( Johns of Starke Flnr''a' you by defatm the folowln" described real e"I.I. Ilk"own.
I ( K. It. 21 K.' SUB 4t2O"'I
1(1.1, ; ', v 1 to lea of 0' *PI'MrTIOV 2-4-3t-3-lH. has applied under the act Bradford County 'rel"II'Ufh Is I In th. of HIlto"d. 8tate ofFlorida Unless said cert Iflciil. s i llOFFICIAL I< ,
WIt\ .
l' ; for IUEh: : ) camber 22. 1928 (48 Htat. 1069). to hereby eHltnated as nullified towlt: redeemed ,, I to I
l.rlvl"I.N pe- "OR. purchase ticW SWU Sea. 29. T. 1, 3 & of Lot 8 All 'cu"dlnM 1/\ I
In 1.01. properties
i-ln'l 18, 1936. ... Illll %0. )tUttNOT1 .: OP Wtl.H (IP T\X newspaper which this notice g'- R I he" ,: I
:0.1.. 6 S., R. 20 lc! Florida claimIng Lot & N"j Lot 9 & Lot Hold to the hlalu.st I I
nnd ? January 1. 19.1! ( VS 'H IIKHKHY eTviThat BhI'lIFltA1'E9StITICE : EWal. .hli be published once each I .e hipl.I'| | .'
,. .nttno a written release ofIhe W. If. Smith, holder' of Tax Tertlflcatn IS HKKKIty: OIVEN that tinder title week four ,'nn""c'uIVI weeks a* 111, 17. iS. :lii. 55. 60.( 57, GH.. Gil, Coiirt-lioune door on I the I t"i II 1,

Pedernl. Land flank nf Co. No. 141. kenned the 3rd Ida Mobley hurf filed with me wrItten All persons clalmlnl the lands adversely provided by 60 8 NMi i.f ((13 & 64 In AVnod- day In the Month of M.I'' I ,

March 18, 1935.! day of AUKimt, A. H.:1.: has filed refiuvHt that the tax certificatestogether will alowed until March WITNESS my hand and official 1.. 29! Tp. 6 H. R. 82 H. which I" the 7th.. day' ,1 \,. I.,
Ilmbl. .f.1 In baa 4, 19.18 to file office their' seal ISO Acres I). I M.DIled.
T. FRANK LANIMUJM.A Kam. ny "flc. Blo made wltb Mil HtlbHequent otnltt 11 at Sharks Bradford County ..nl.lnlnl more or

Special M".I..r In Chancery.KNK1HT I application ( ..d to be d or levied tatxeM held by the Stalebe objection to the I.uanc. of patent /'lm'll. this January 24th A. D. 1938. I. .. tltiC 9th, clay of t. ,.
& KNIOIITAttorneys I l iHNiierl thernnn. Said 1..rlfr.l. enibracea aclvertlHed and wold to the hlvh- under said applcallon. copy of notice ( SHAD I The taxes to be Hnld are "\.I.I.n..1 A. I). 1938.

for plaintiff I the d..rrl." Cat -bidder for cash a. provided by to be .. .n ."plcant. A. J. TIOlAI. I by ..rtf..ll. Now. 172 and ( ) SEAL)

2./1-:1-3-4. !prftpertr I! !in the ('ountyof. Chapter, 1S2IG! of the 1937 evIl of _...1:,. K._ O} _..__.____ Clerk Court ofBradford ,11 : respectively, and A.: J., THOMAS
.- stare or Kioriaa, .0-. : the upon the foUowlnir tt (.i flfl.it Ut voinniisviuner. (0IIy., Florida. represent taxes for, the years 1926 Clerk or Circuit .

tI, W \8rl.ll'I: O''U'H BIke !5. 34 2i'> loin In P.I', ."..J''II.Illre.'.Ih.d ., ... In the County 1-21-6-2-1. I KNH11IT & KN ( to 19.17 both Indl.lv. am.untnt Bradford, County.M I
IP.I rlhorea In S10U nt P c24 I to 2114134.NOTICE.
'ok. of Bradford. Ml'ate of Florida, to- for plaintiffs. V448.17.Said
H. .Ntl.M I Alo"n. .
________ ( : OP 4PPI.ICt.TIOX Colt : .
A In NK14 cf Section tS Town- :0'1'1" '- together with
I wit
NOTK'K: 1> I i I ,:lt.Y .OIVKN that chip 6 South llana-e: 21 Enet. : TAX I>.:.:n all ".I.lr..I.. Leviedtaxes
I with that W'i of < & NKU of SWVi -- -- -- .., omited or
11.1 ii S\/ (Senate Hill No. 1 OP NI.IO:
Ind.r The atKe ament of the said l property be the highest 01i'l
I to Saclion
In final decree of Except Church NOTK'H OP SItE OP TAXiCI'IKICAT4 wil ., li
ci r"tclm.ure That :
.*.rl.naif rendered liy. lion under Ih. mild c.rUflral. IHued 34 '1'. 6 S R. 20 K., ffill- >: : h.ll.r tbe Courthouse door In
W. II. Smith holder of Tax Cer IS HEREIIV
WHA the name of Simon on the 26Hi day of February IBM I .
.ln 1ge of the CircuitCiinrt I talnlna119 Acres, more or lean NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN that "II'k.
Adklns < Mrs.
I"o( Issued the 7th day Josephine Edwurdf. .
UK low.irnleNN 11:00 I o'clock I, '
: A. M.
Florida. Flue taxes to i In sold Lucille C. I" 1.
are ] has filed I
llnidford, County with
of i .vld..nc.d L). : has filed dwlrd. with me
cold of AiiHTiiHt A. flamsIn written ,
certificate beredeemed Dated this the Silt clay nt February reiiue.ii" 1 '
by certificate 49 and of 13:1. I 'I
hnl 67
written ,
In Cham-pry, In that certain cause In" and made me request that the tax tax !
In I said Court wherein. I>. "c'.rdlnl to I.w. the lK0! :! and 19H; and rei>- my orrlr. hI' certificates all 19.18.OFFICIAL. (erlrl'lt"" t"lelh. \I'< ,
I therein i I I beHuld re..eclvely. lion for a tax deed to be apPlea-1 lOI.lh.rlh aUh"-1 .
I."nnl property ..r'lh.d .t' renent I he for I heyenrs I ( SEAL) .. "I I h-" i.
and ": ,
l h. quent
II.n. 111".10 I.u.. thereon. Said olll.d "" held the ,
to State ,
,1.lnlfr the hllh..t hl".r' at the 1929 I : both ""llrlcll. the A. J. THOMAS. hI h. H." 1 I I
Kt. by advertised and soldto
,. 1. Ill.h.1 d.f.ndHnl. ,ourt hoiiMe I tlr.t Monday Incueh'e.10UIIII the following Inthe .Ial. Clerk of Circuit Court of sold the highest hlddran I I. ,
('aa. th. unflerslgnod Sperlal I. : to 9219.10. ; :; t ,. [II: t the bidder for cash as
In the month of M.rch. 1038, .. County of 11 rail of liradford Florida. provided! by Chapter, I I1--: ,
with .ruJ.I County
(\ 5 MaNtel hy Nald said decree IP1".lnl.d which. I.the 7th clay l of March, 1938. nil nubneriuent.'llfl"I.omitted. In".lh.. .'j.r"ll. to-wlt: provided by House Bill .1I6! of the 2-11-31-2-25.I the 1937 acts of the I I., urupnn "
will sell I. the highest hdd..r Intteii or Acros of One- ill? acts of Ih. 1' upon
thin 2Vtl day of Jniiitarv. ". 'Ot. ROllh II.I"Ilr. the desiill, i
taxed .<
ha to the folow'nl
eali In front of the wil .uld hIghest the .
t 1 for fourth of Quarter of folowlll d".I'lb.d r"ll .tRt. estate In ,
the Bradford County 1'I.U..IC.IAL bidder the Courthoune" floor In nllhw..t In OP (S I th. .1/> I-
front floor of I ( ) Northeast Quarter Section 6Township of Bradford State of I O'I'IfJ 1.1.] OP TiX Stale of Florida
In Florida during SAL Huirkf on the 18th day of February, .f to-wi:
Courthouse i I.rk. Florida : Fit'I'III'S
A. A 7 "South Range 21 to-wit SE of '
Male Mon- 10:1 1. t 19.18. at 11:00: o'clock A. 21.liuited IS \ NWVi wSec.
the legal h.lr. .f on C'lerk or Court of Kn at, 4 more NWi'i Sec. 4 Tp. I NOTH'F IIKHKBY (lIVEN that 12
I) : Inn following this the 29th day of Janu c."lnlnlll .en. c"r (' Townshlp.6 Smith. i: .< i
l.iy. Mnn-h 7th A 19:18. tiradford County Florida. or 11. 22 n., containing 40 .. bus filed with ma written 21 East,
( 80 ,
,,. \ '
premises ,11.I. In Bradford l-S!-5tJ24.NOTIO cry 138.'U"'I1'IAI. The assessment, of the said property n".. or less. request that the tax certlflcuteH or 'o.t.lnh.1

"Olnll'l.rlda.. to-wi: SISAL) uifder, the said isMuod The taxes to lie sold are evidenced together with RI uuultseqiientnmnittel The 1101'tnxen ..lie Hold .
K'4 .r l.c. 16. J. THOMAS. In the ce'lthll. by Nos. 290 nf 1928 re or levied held by the are \ .
Twp. 6 1. R. 22 B : or* APPt..r'rJO' l1.rk of Circuit I Court of nnm. M.Un4a .j> ,c.rlrh'II., represent taxes for State be ad'.t.. and sold, to tbe hI ..'.lfh.ate. NOH. 876 of I .
t : PltANK LAXDRITM.An rOR TAXMeiuite DEFD ford County, Florida.24StSlS. Frldireon.JnleHs the highest cash ""Dclv.IY. .nd represent luv -
years Inclu- nn provided
bl"d.r l
Special! Master In Chancery.WI1IIT ._..( Hill_! .. .I.C ),_ _. ,'__n.I._ .._said_n ..rttlcal._ ._m_shall. 'k.. be re-_ Hlvc. u rJIo Ih.lh: by Chanter 11298 of the 1937 acts .?. 11132: _to. 19371: both, i
K ICViriHTAttnrnoyM ".uLr..H'UX' ( mat .. n."." w ALSO -- of the n. IIIOflulllinM; (( S";f.OI.,

for' 1)l In tf.13t34. W. I. Smith holder /VJ"N. Cer MJTKIOF: Nll.K OP TAX to arty the deHcrlhed highest' l.o.ln at will the.courthouse sold Sec. 33: TI S'i 1";. 6 of 14.SMV R. |2 of K., SW1 lug .T.ol"lal"r.. Ilnnthe""t"t. In follow the all Said tax certificates' togetli. <
140. Ifinned the 3rd I I.
subsequent r
% Ne.
I Itrat. County of onII.d (
taming ,
20 Acres .
Lens.The of Florida
door first In or Fh..dtold. -
on taxes will lie
I'"U." A. D. 1931: has filed IM IIEKIOBY CIIVKJ? that lfon" : taxes to h Hold to-wlt: .. the hint,.
NOTICK OP itl.K OP 'ritnlIFlrln same In my office and has mode \t. K. ariner and S. 1C. Gaboon ha. the month of Mnrch 193'. I. are .vl".n..d. Com. liltUler at the (nu'.Ihnl. d." t tStarke
by certificates 1319 of 1933 respectively at SE Cor of \ of NE'J .
application fur tax deed to be filed with written the 7th day of March, 1938. No. N\\I\ on the of : ,
me request that & W 179 day F.I"
NOTICE IH HEREBY: (lIVEN thnt leaned thereon. Said certificate emtva.'ea the tax c".tlfl..le. together with 1918 Dated this 19th diY of ..nuary. the. years, 19.12 and to represent 1917. both taxes Inclusive. for- 178 run Yds. 8 175 yds Yds, beg.Yds.8 J '9i1.: at I 11:00 1 : o'<'lnrl: A. M. '
the this .
Th.r.nk.r Turpentine Company following dtfHcrlbed all dubneqiieiit omitted or levied amounting to $28.64. & NKH of NE',. Sec. Tp. J'"I"0 day of '
property In the of (OFFICIAL SEAL) 8 ary, ,
II" ban fl.,1 with me wrllnn refluent County Bradford tense held by the State be adver- Said tux certificates S. It. 1931.ItWFICIAT
together with
."tat" of to-wlt' I A. J. 2 .ontllnlnl Acres SEAL)
that tax certificates together J'/ridl. head and sold to the highest bid- TIOIAI. nil ivmre
with !! Ulk. S. 1C lots In Crosby der for cOat. Clerk flr..ult Court of ""h..lu.nt oOII.d.r Levied A. J. THOMAS.
,levied II"e..I .held subsequent by omlt.d.r Sla. Luke thnr.. In SK'/i Ir Sec 24 1829 of the. 19:7: ecu by of Chupter the- liradford, County) Florida.1215121S. taxes wil be .old Ih. hl"h."t bidder by Th.taxes to NOH.lie Hold are evidenced Clerk, of Circuit Court' (
195 of
iiiStai'ks 1934
he and the In nt Section 25 Town upon deHcrlhed 4XITICK Ih. 'nll'chnn.e d.o. r"'lt."I. re Bradford ('oUnty. Flori'h
a.v.rl.,1 IC th. ,
.nle tolowl"l on the 2fith day of February represent taxes for 2-11-31-2-25.
Smith. ,
est .hip. 21 real,
provided by estate In
..h a. The H.ng. ga.l. th. of OP PP1.H'\TIOX I9.1S, at 11:00: o'clock A. 51.tumi.al the years 19.13: 19.17 both inclusive -
awissnmrnt the ,
Chapter 18296 of the 1937 arts of said property I Bradford. State nf Florida, to-wit: this
the 6th of amounting to $40.73.
the .I"IAllr. upon the following under the Mild certificate issued I i I All W'l of XK14 of NBV K of POH T\X 1":1: : day Febru Sold
: tax certificates
In" the County was in the of Laura M. 1 load: Except H 100 ft 20 Oenatr Illll '0. > mary 19:8.CO"'J''A together with SOt'iVE OP C 11.11 OP TAX
d"Mrlh,1'I r..1 .IRI. : "un. Sec.
of Florida Dun her.DnleHS. .NOTICK 'IS )IIRKKHY fMVB.V. That f. SEAL) all subsequent omitted or Levied State of 6
Bradford to- Tp. S. 11. 22 K
: raid certificate be Acres ; containing W H. Smith.' holder of '. of 'rext't'rtif'irete J. THOMAS. taxes will be sold to the highest bidder NI 1 I I 1':1 II
.I; .hal more or lenn.The No. 41!, issued the 7th li Clerk of Court of at the Courthouse door in I1'F > If'IU.BY f"'F
of :' 4 S. 20 act-ordlng tu the 1'lrr,1 .Ml h.H
% SE'-i Tp. tiixeg to lie sold .
S.. r..er. nre evidenced fl.d n1' \
f:.. 80 Acres. R or property d..rlh.d therein by certificate No's. 328 of 19.15 day of AIIu.t. A. I>. 19.13. has filed Bradford ( Florida. Starke on the 2!>tn day of February, tell request that Ih. tax certlfitogeher "
I" "nnl.11111 cold to the blKheet bidder wil the. arid taxed respectively for- same my .rl'": nnd has miule i-ll-nt-2-25. ttti: *, at 11no: o'clock A. 5!. will I ni I I "HiibHCciiient nn ,I.

cnurt house door the reprenent application deed to be Dated this the 6th day of February or levied held by the S .
tuxes I 10 be sold are evidenced oa first Mon the yearn 1934 to both Inclusive I fo .
by certificates 64 and 126 of (day In the month of M.rch. 1938, amountlnr. to Iln7.: fMHtied Ih.renn. ,.rlfl'at. embraces OTICn OP' t 1'1'1.1'TIO' FOR 1938. In advertised nnd sold to the die!

1':11: and 1933: 10" and represent whIch the 7th day of March 19.18. ALSO:.N of :8.12. nf the rolowlng: d..crlh.d ,\X : .. IOf''I. SEAL) est bidder for dish MH provldChapter < ,1
r."I..lvely. this 20th \VII S\VI. property, In the of Bradford, (VenRle Illll 1O3> AJ.. THOMAS, 18296 uf the 1937
the unpaid for the O.I.d day of January. NW',, Kx. 2 Acre, & a>
19.18.OFFICIAL: :Slate of to-wll: NOTJ'J IS HELLERTOIVEN. That Clerk of Circuit Court of I the Legislature, the
1921 to 1937: Inclusive, : 2 A In Cor & SIt of NW'iv. I'iorld. upon s
y.nr. h.th -. I.
S\ lllock Lake Shores inSoutheaSt holder of Tax Bradford, County, Florida. described real
( itt Cof
to OQ. SEAL) I: 'It Acre ( ( I JJdw.rd. estate the <
Cor &
Iln.nln. "115 I '/, of Sec. A. J. I 947 ft of S 1000 I"i Vf Quolt.r of Section 24 Certificate Issued, lIt, 7th 2ll3t223.NOTH liradford, State of Florida
'jO' TJOltAS. Of dav
1Ft of July. A. D.
It 7 S- R 20 E "' Clerk Court of SVV1,, HW'i' of SWV NE1 & In Quarter of Section 1930 has filed wit:
containing tir"t 8 23 All In 6 name In my office and haH H OP tPPMCTION SK", of NW' &
21 Acres. more or lt.". ..U.rd Florida.. In NWi.i of SWiS Lake Township n"d. 'Ol \t'16 i of NWA ,
The taxes to be sold lire evidenced l-JS-St-2-SS.. W 947 of & /outh. flange 21 Kant. application, for tax deed to i Issued TIIKI'.II HWi! Section 3 Tp. 8 Si.n'I:
f o SKl/4 SWVi S.c. of lice said ther.nn. Said em C".nll. Hill ".. 1(1.11 Itauge 22 East, .
l>v "rl'fl""I.' N. 83 of -- -- -- 1:1: B22 .. ... property .e.tfl.al. contulnlng
1930 and 1934: 1" Inl and .AOTMK OF tl'i'l.lt'tilt)> lug 1'1. S K. .n"Ioln- tinder the said ..rlrh..le 1suied braces the fnlnwlnl ,' iaeI 12 IS HKKKBY OIVK.N"I I :: That Acres nifire or less.
respectively represent more lena. T..
the unpaid taxes for the POH T'X l>liiMrnalP : : tnxeM A.re.to lie or > was 'in the 'name Mr. I..na property In the ( of Bradford Alexander holder of Tax Cer Tlie t.ix.fH, u lo be uld lire evi'l I
1929 to 1937 both ( HIM v cnrtlflcnteH NUH. 198 and 1 1I .'-

years to $96 23. 10"lu"lv. NOTIfB IS ItEi1l'I1YlliVf.: That ,I Ivy 1932..'.lICl.HI.. No. A96 and S14 of I'nltfgn said certificate heredeemed .South Half of Southeast Quarter Issued" July A, 1920 823 Issued, July I 192:1: and 193:1: : respectively, anreneiit :

a.nnntn.. : ', of HW14 & NH of W. II. Miiilth. holder of 41/4.1 of : I resent.nd 1\3 r..I'.lvely. and rep according" to .hnl, the of Southwest Quarter of '4. 1927 325 Issued July 4. I In. 6/7 the taxes for the yeui -

SW.,J.t SWi, of Sec. 14 Tn. 7 "I'ertlflrntH No 14:1: lufuied the T.x 3rd Years : unpaid tI1" for the property described therein beHold Section 33 Township, 6 South of .126 Issued July 4. of to 19:17: both Inclusive, unio : '
to 19:17: wil
\I Inclusive, the flange 22 East, 20 258 Issued July fi. 262 Issued to (38.79.
S. H. 20 n., 60 Acres, day of -Aunrimt. A. 1) 19.1, ban fll'-'l' '"51.98. hIghest bidder the cn"talnlnt 120 S
or less.The 'oll.lnlnl MaIne In tny "tUc. .nd ban luwda. "n.ol"I,1 court house door, on the first Mon Acres, "nr. or I... July 6, 192(1, 13/21 .164 Issued ALSO: N'.j of SEVJ & SK'' ,

mor.tuxes I be sold are evidenced, .iPDii.tlotc l r.r A tn deerl to be nil I tll"ham certlfIcnteH together with day In the month of March I 19.18 The assessment the said prop Aug. 5.1929. 5S9 Issued Sept. 6, SE'K':''. of KKVJ of NK: ,
> U>-nt I
by i-ertlflcntes. 67 nnd 211 of r iHMiieil thrrenn. Said emUracrN taxeH. will"| Hold nniltteil 0' Levied which Is the- TtVday of March lOlL erty under the said c'e'Ufl'al. issued 1932: 4/1 of :318 Issued Aug. 6, NE'-4' of NW-i Sec. 8 Tp -
I c"rtrcat. to the
1931 and 19.13 1. nnd the lildder highect hated tills 20th day of January. wan In tics name of 11001 430 Issued Aug II. 1931. II. 22 containing: 180( Amore
r."p..lv.ly. rep at I the CnitrthoiiHtt door In H". It I 2 Issued i
resent the for i, property In the <'nu fly of 113H.O'J'ICI.L. n < rsoii. m\J',1r July 19.14. 660 or less.
y-arx 1930 in 111'I 117.! linth. I Inclusive the Stave of Klorlila. to-wlt: 11..dr'I. 1,1. ice on nt the( 11:00 I ISth o'clock day of February ( SEAL- ) Unless said certificate shall be re ,151 JsHUed July 4, ]2. The taxes to be sold are ev i.i.
IlaM. : A. M. deemed aicordlna-i law : Issued Aug. 6,
to $159.04. i Illltx 1--I7 Hike 4. B. 11. J. THOMAS the nroprty 119. by certificates Non 2X6 and '
1.ul. r>at this
Amo.nln&: 1.r\ HW'/l' of SWJ4 12. IS, 17 I &. .. each uary, 1938.OFFICIAL. the 29th day of Jan- Clerk of Circuit Court of described Ih.rell will be sold Issued July 7, 111.10.: 432 .. ., August 11124 and 1933: respectively, .n
sco. TI|1' S. 20 E.. con V.Ik 21 except I .1. 7. 8. 9. &. ( SRAT Bradford County Florida. tn 1 h. highest bidder at the c.u..t :II l, lOll; acid: 7/12 of 270 I Issued resent the taxes for the y-ai

t.lnln"1 20 Acres. I. .. or InsH. 11. 12. tf ink 21. -- 15 T.ota A. J. ) 1-2S-SI-2-Z5. ltiusI I our on the first Mnndny (In July R, 1 1X2H, Icon filed same I In myoffice tn I 1937, both Inrltislvi-,,

"s to sold are Ink. 22, 23. 28. 2 S. :.1 Q. 37 & 'HOll.\ --'-'- .- the month of April. 1918 which Is and haH 1..1. application for I to 1422.79.ALSO .
II" h. I clerIc
,. .. 0\1".1 I.otH rCI It Court of N'OTirn OP t the 4th clay of April. 1938. tax d-vd to be ( SuiIr'i'tifieuitec
1 ,- each 4PPMCATION1 FOR
tt-n; Nn. ( ., .of i Kl-iif'l Ullca 29, i": ). Iliad" fol d County th"'o. : SWH of SE'i Sec'
1931 and 193:1: respectively 21 31 In (i'rtvMby I.k. Hhuren In -4-.it-3-m.. Flol.ld. 'rN iEE1) Muted thin Bth (lay of F.hr".ry. respectively I ".brle.11 8 S. R. 22 E., containingA : I

resent the unpaid taxes for. the Nouthennt Quarter' of Section, I _. C.nt. Bill No. I0.1: |19[ :I.H.OFFICIAL. I he following de"'I..d p'o/.e..t", ores, iiiftre or less.
1930 24 & Norlhrnut NOTICE HEHEBY Q1VK.V: That I ( SEAL) In the County The tuxes tn be
yearn |In V117 1..lh Quarter of PI.ICTIOV LUm'c. 11.1. sold are e* <
h.lvo. Sent l.ic 0'1'1'1 0. FOIl Foster Shi Smith, holder of Tax Cer A. J. THOMAS Florida, to-wlt:
to sr.4 23. : Towilxblp I $ou I h. by certificates NOH. 246 and i
a.nu"ntlnl S 10 Acres i>f SjI, of ItnnKe 21 I-'itxt. Itcet. No 347. Issued the 7th day Clerk of ('I'c'ul Court of C'.I.tfh'al. N.. 2:1. embraces NE'iof i15! and 1933 respectively' t [
Tlie (Senate mil ><>. 1(13): A. D. has filed Bradford Florida. NE'1 NW'j ff SKVi, & SEVi
HW4 of Se.15 Tp. 7 S. R. 20 itHMeaatncnt .f the nd! proli- I ( 133. ..m. resent the unpaid taxes fyiars <
1<. containing 10 Acrvi*, more or "rty under the jutld .artifIEtLe, IMHiierl OTI'N IS HKRKnvOIVE.V. That In my office and h.. made application 1--5t-3-1. >f SHU Section 10 Township 7 South 1914 I to 1937: both I In I:
,.. wan In the name of 0 lo. .\ & Smith, holder of Tax C.rttl..nte for a tax d be Issued H.nle 23 I.t. "onlal.111 120 Acres, amn"iioiiuig to 15717.

The taxes to be Hold are evidenced A. -M. aiarevtia.I'nlcHH I No. 524, leaned the 7th day thereon. Said certificate embracesthe 'OiIUOP \ Plt.l( 'T.n" Fit .w,. less.c'rltficute. AI>o: S14'12's, of \.

by .."rl'fl.I. NOH 73 nnd, 216 of fuild certificate ftbnll be AUlu.t A. D. 1933 han filed name following described, property In Tt.X II-1-1l: } > ( No. ::3k\\1! > Sec. 4 Tp. H S. R. 22 E

1'I3I I 19.;:! .respectively, and represent redeemed according? to I law, I the i In .. arid haH made appllca the County of Bradford" State of I'4enice Hill si,. ian:;, .f NKVi NE'i &c.iNJl tuinlng 240 Acres, more '.1 i
Hon '
the unpaid for the properly .I..rl.. therein will I I I I be, for a tax d"ed to be iHeueil Florida, to-wlt: IOTH'FI.IURY( (VKN.. That t"E ,. Section 1 The tuxes to lie sold are c\ "ihv :
I.x. .
f years 1930 t. both. Inclusive aold la bidder at the, / Ih.r.on. Said certificate embraced Kant Half of Northeast Quarterof I. 'j10w"Id., hold., of TaxC'ertr."I. South Range 22 East, containing cert li-atew NOH I 185 and I

""onntnK to $1"1.. criurt hoiine door .t.i, the fli'Ht M..n.c1y the following described property In Southeast Quarter of Section N. ) Issued the 7th :UiIO Acres, more or less 1913 and 193.1 respectively.
A/dO'' IW'or Nl' "i & SB'/ of In the month of ATarcb., ]93'.1< the County of Bradford State of 85 Township 7 South Flange 21 tl If AUIU.I. A. .H. 133. has filed C''lfl"II. No. 323. emuraces All recent the taxeH for the yen:

NF14'/ SVV'i% & which .the 7th lay nf March" 19.1S. l'lorlda, to-wlt: l ast. cont.lnlnt 20 Acres. moreor 'ammie "fl.. ald ban made In. Township I' 7 South Ii, Uanue tn Ivl7. both Inclusive, amto "
of SE''< A NK:>'| of NWl-1' NW1. I Ilatfl thin 201'li day uf Southeast Quarter of Southeast I." Ip.lcllon, for tax deed to be IH- 22 "East, containing 640 Acres, moreor I42.1.38.

IS Acre of X\N-li of NW4/? 1 1938 Jnln..rv. Q"a'I.r, of Section 25 Townahfp The asdensmeot of the said property th.r"on. Said certificate em less. ALSn l ? P1: N'i Except SW' ,

22 Tp. 7 S R 20 !.c. COf''IISFA'.) .Smith. HanKa 21 Kant, contaln- under the said ..rlrh''t' Issued braces' the folowlll describedproperty 6/7 tif (.rltl'HI. No. Slit( em- .VVV' & SE>, of NEV Se. IN i

212 A.re. more J".onl.lnl.1 TIMA ITo 40 Acres, more or IPHM. wan In the name In the 'olnly of J"I"t.r.l. braces N'l-j! j .r NWI, Section' S. II. 22 E. con In I nlnt; .

The tuxes to be Bold are evidenced flcrk Court of 'h. a""enl of the aald prop. Unless said "",'lfloat.shall be re. Slate of 1"I'loa. to-wlt : 14 I Tuwnsliip 7 South Mange 22 Acres, more or lens.

bv eertlflintetNOH.. 77 and 2.11 of Irdf.r C'lrC,1, Florida. rrty III.r the said c.rUtlcat. I I.- deemed I ," .. J11.t"r of Northwest East, containing, 400 Acres more 'l'lae.laxes tn le sold are ." >'I i il
19.11 and 19.1:: respectively and 1.U-: t--I. ntied xvae In the ""m. erty described therein. :'II'f. (. u.rle, 10.. I n..r" In NE or less. l liv certificates i NOH. 420 nnd I I

resent the unpaid taxes for rep Unleno said .ertflcot. shall bn reileini.4 to the highest bidder at the courthouse c'.r.' Section 4 Township 7 7/8 of Certificate Ni,. 2:8. emIMHCXH 1937 and 1933:
the IN THK NAMK tJV T1IR_ cI'rtq'i.' n coord. I the prop- door on the first Monday In Smith. Range 22 East.. containing K'i: of NEI & 'NW'/I' NEW respectively, an': P

OP FI.IUA: u ---- any ueHcrmed, therein. wil be sold the month of March 1931. which Is as Acren, more or I.. 6 NBVl of NWi, & WV
It app..rlnc by affidavit filed In I ti> the highest bidder court the 7th day of March 1938. ''h. assessment of the Raid prop I NW.4 of SEW Section 15 Township to $.1:14.: fifi. n"i: :

that In Court house dier nit the first :Monday In Dated this 19th day of January. arty under the said certificate Issued 7 South. flange 22 East, contain, At.tO'IiL: of SW'4 Sec I >
BUSINESS llrudford County. ClrC11, Chan the month of Mnrch. 13 which IH 1918 was In the name' of Unknown lug 310( Acres, 1""'" or less 8 S. U. 22 E.

c.ry. Itelle AVhltt the 7th day of March 1988. (OFFICIAL SEAL) I'nlexH said certificate shall be re- t'.rUfleal. 2ii2.( embraces Acres, fontulnlng

.Ut.. 9..ur.. Jr., de- Dated this 19th day of January. A. J. 'THOMAS deemed Ac''nrdlnl to I.w. the prop ; / '1IOf.%%' /, & Sya Section Tle: taxes more to or be Hold less. .1.< "'SI
Whit. 1988i are
renda.t. and the for clerk of Circuit Court nf erty """" ". I beech be sold rr'YIr South' Range S3 by '
: DIRECTORY r"le P"lyed i NUH. I 186 and I 'I
being Ilvur.'.: defendant SEAL) Bradford County, Florid. to the blKhoHt bidder at the court I 500 Acres more or of 1913 and 193.1 1
la | THOMAS, house on the ft rat Monday less. rispectIcrepr'iiant '
m of a State I i"/k .1..1 In
or 1.21-Gt-2.1.
Country I (' of Circuit Court of the of of the unpaid Ia xciI i
19nx Certificate
unknown t the I which No. 864
plaintiff 1/2 em
nnd At.l.
that 1912 .
there !I. County, %earIlop APPI.ICVI'IOXPOH the 4th. day of 19.18. | years to 19:17: both Ii.> '
H'adrort ; N'/n
HUSK person In the state of I-Il-St Florida > r { SWVi amounting to S3 18.(15.
n TAT Dated' this 6th Wn( &
I IIKFII of of
1"I'Jlda. nervlce of perMoiml I day svi\\ SWV, NJ: of
I 1216 of -'
SE"i of
upon whom would 1'0"0" 4 ennte mil No. Klll, I HSU.( "I'!: /, Township 7 South,
perHonally I (at' Ai'ri.icn'iov Sen. B Tl>. 8 S. R. 22 E '"
the maid. defendantIT 'I'U'I I OIV-KN. That' Ol"I"I"IAT. IFAI. InII1 containing 260
lit TAX il-l-D: : W. H. Smith, holder of Tax Cer- I .1. more or.less. I log '20 Acres, more ol I li -
That the De 'HOIAI.
: r.n.lanl. OIUII/. i, .11 I appear to I I (.enn>e Illll "0. 16:1): It"t. No 1 112, (Hstied the 3rd Clerk Court nf C"I Ilf'III. No. efld. embraces NEV, The tuxes to be Hold tar i-c-> i

I the i,11 of complaint on the 7th day NOTK'K IS HEKICnvalVKN, That cay AitKiist. A. r>. 19:11.: has filed ]-ldro" County, Florida. 1 ".I.n S3, Township 7 South Range by certificates Nns. 288 nnd I I192U

it. of March otherwise a decree i 11'.t.r Shi Smith, holder of Tax Cer. In my office and has madeaplcii.tion 1-11-51-3-11 22 1':1.1.: containing' 160 Acres, and 19.13: : respectively. <

pro rmifvaxi 1'3'' be entered attalnut I No rl.: Issued the 7th' day for 1 tax deed to be -.------ or less. mO"1 resent the taxen for the yto <

him for hi .failure to [ of AuiruHt A. D. 1933 hn. filed .am. iHHtied thereon Sold certificate emhracen NOTIC'H Oh.' Nti.l: OP 'l'.tN 4/11 of Certificate No. 818, IH'17, both Inclusive, an It
I appeal, thut em-
In Strrlll/.eit. Bottlen thlM hi my office and has made appltca- the describedproperty fVl1"v"r'rp: l.fHI-es tn $82.55.il'4. .
order be vubl .hicl once week f'llowlll I N'Uj of NWI/i Section 23 '.
for four .voneecilllve, wreektt .In the I II.n for a tax deed to be issued In the Cou"1' of Itrudford.State IOT'J IS HKItBlir fl\X: that TciwiiMlilt 7 hfutli, Kitnire 22 llasi p11' 'c I-l' ."-

The 1'uuie Thnt Itefrfihp Ir.rfor County, Teleffraph I! 'h.r.nn. Said certificate embraces of Florida., to-wlt: I $ n" has ni"vri' i u i I 40 Acr s, more or I. 1. .Nl14.| -,' 6 Tp 8 S. IITil"
a new.- sa.
.I. the following described In Iilks 27, Lots in ,,<, that lIce .lllnlll >">ntalnlii r 12'',
: .. t.n.ral pub- I !' property 32-21 CrOhy p.n..1 tax certif I' o Vrilfii, : .1''. No. 410. emlirucfH J lesa,
County of Bradford. Mtato of of i icates !
liHheil In I.uk. .. SRH .l' tORMher with all Siii.Pii'luieiit K'.j of SW
WITNKHS my. himI..111. ...Idl. Florida. to-wlt: & In NK'i of Section 25 Town- : omltt'd: or ''VI.t In xciheil hv I ,l-J Scctli-i.: : '!1.tf.I: SWVl:. h 7 !u tnxftM tn i.eio lit tire *

WE ARfVItE.ftIPrrnN neat ot aid Court title 2. .."'h".t ( nnrl"r of Southeast Hhlp 6 South Range 21 East. 'he ...q he tl'ed Rod sold to &MOUlh. Itarge 23 :. ".iulsgiifl 11:1'* : e 'i'lifi'i&ta's NON 2*! t i "

! : 5938. Febl..ry I Quarter of Section :s Township The. assessment of tile. said proprtv the highest bidder for rash .. i.r... I s. '.,""' or" I"..". I' Ji3i Htid I SIt iiHp ''tfvt-ly. '
j tu..JeIAI. j i South, Range 21 East, con under, the mild ..'.ltc.nl. Issued j l.leii "iiy 'h.orer I8S98 I ; 'l9J7 C-rtlflca'e .S'o. u..7: eubrac.f"' ir .,ji" the I.ixe' "or tin > '

,l EXPERTSCARPENTER'S J.MIAI.\% t.lnln. 40 Acre' *, more or lea. was In the ounce .r M... Eva [ acts ot the Legislature 0'-1">,, thfollowing f $Ei5 Si-cU.n! 23 7 South.. to 1i'i7, both ..iidusive n

Clerk of Circuit Court of TI. .. .. of the. ffald pn>pj t'tri.bols.tnie..n. I I described, real ",'al. In / I'.ango 22 Kist: ..Tuwn.hll ,, A." to $3115.29.
"'rl" under' the i./- U.SONE '
I y said IMj % of
ftiurlfortl County. ." j .rlt..I. ..tf..al. be the County of t.radfoid, State of m or lies. NE ,
T. FRANK .lo'ld. j I wan In the name redeemed I theproperty 1"'""- to-wit: c' :i S. R. 23 E. ,--mtiUnli"1
N 8_ -
lk '
: a.cordlnl > '
THE HEXALL STORE AtK.i-ncy LHIU'1 I [.I "* ad! certlfIcati' I nhnll re- % o."lh. (Ih..ln (' at NU Cor n* NWI of K ','..tl..uI. 7 Mrl''el; :,. I 1 1 /* ores, 1ur&car less
I'Jlalff. |. ac-cordlnn to ,law, the sold to wil I 1, T".I.1 tou It 'Ihe' tat, to he
245134.NOTM'. prop th. highest bidder the NA'H & run S 4Y,' W 70 : '. "SO 'a sold B'ilv -' '
city, described therein will be sold court the Yi9 l .1 .. A"'M. morf p eerllflc-iti-s Nos
-- ----- .. door (n th..t MlnIlY S. TP VrlsV 21H: Fda S or I. lilt an"
to I the highest bidder at the court In the month of lit S'rts.' W .. III'! '! :'n I 1 t'l3:| r
CABINETOltK nf 1..10'TAX uch. 1'3H. / 1.1S Yd", N ISO Yds.. ( >-i 'Icnte :-.'<>. 'ISI' ucibraces i-fp< 't'! i _
4.:1.1.: ; house .1.Ir on the first Monday In which the 7th day of March" 1938. K: Hl Yd' -. to Heg., Sec. 23 Tp. "f i-\V' Sectlfll J4 SWJ4! sent tile tr xe* f'.c i tl > t-'i'' '
PVKNITUKE KEPAIKIXCi_ XOTICK .: 1.UIVEN. that tnt month of March 19.18. which la Dated this 20th day of January R R. SI ,10.. containing ID Sntitli 'I.ange 22 Towtivhlp 7 | lo I 19.17' hi.th Inclusive, an> '
W the 7th day of 1938. 1918.tOFF1IAr. "t, I! to $150
L1'1flLSTIit1NOEDDiE Hail ban filed with "lrh. Acrfis. m or less Aires, cOlt.lllnl
I. me writ ''i
I ten .ine. that the tax ,epiifitaps" 1911.Hated thin 19th day of January. ( SRAL) Th.ta%.. to bt ..II I are evidenced II 3'1.1 "f n..e or mill I.)..No. 365, emiicti'smi 'Aid- ): SEH Exc. NB'i.I
i / 'I with A. J. THOMAS hy certificate' Nos. l'I."t. .. Sen. "., t '
1..Ih.r all ubMetient| fimltf 11)42) of 19.1.1 re.1..1",11. 8(4( ', fijctlon 24 ? S. R. -
HARTMAN l levirrt (OFFICIAL SKAT.) I of Circuit' Court of tiaw.- cotilnlrT 1 120 .
tnxex hM by the State A. J. THOMAS 'I.rl In.l r.II..nl taxes f->r I be and Hold' to the 'r."f." County Florid. YO'lr. 1912, t both (. 2 E..t.
.dv.rfd hltfh- imiclu- SO Acres
PHONE Cat Clerk of Circuit Court of 113. ". ices. '"In .
51Stern's uu.li a. provll.d by 12'8l3I.io'r'IO h'", "nuntl\ CetfU'ULe! No. 61(1( embraces Inxe'H to be suI I rr Arwr

'. hupler 18394 of the 1:1: uctM tit .tor' C.llly. FI.rld. Said ..rUtlrll..tOI.I.r with .fEM:' M"Ctlon .8 NWVi by firtlfioat Tf.3'S,

|IH l l.eglel.ct. lire tin '. t.I'.wln 1.2 5..U. *PPirF ni .uh..lleni 0",11..1 ,.vl.d South I'.anee 22 East .1..w..hll'1 1583 'if !1)119.: > 1 111.11 and: I I' 3
dexcrllMxt real I ,% x conl.lnl,1 /I tlve' ', untl .
ettata In th. \oTirtOP l.xl i Ih. hid.it.i :rs mare or less. : M t lu tu
riM.trTIOV hl.h..t
, ., Garage >f llrailfard. State uf Florida, to- !, pon T\X I,KI-II: Kennte Illll Ne. 1413): nt the Courthouse In Certificate No. 432, embraces' 'I: years 1928 to ; Ic
wit: NOTICf- IIRRJSBV DIVRN. That stark* on the 2Sfh I of N4! slv amounting to .
i day of NWU $344.
) ZENITH RADIOS Loin 8. 8 q.f tim 17 Uvlnrxton, i NOTICK(oennte: 1 :Hill 'an. I""": That n""rav.. holder. of Tax I I9.14. at 11:00: o'clock A. M.Febrl.ry.I I South 1 flange 23 26 Towmms4uip 7 / .HO; KIU & E'i' of SK

Trilby: A Co'. Addition to Ktarke" i \\*. If. >lnal.nYCI\'I'S. r"rtfl..nl" Isnnnd the 3rd. Tmtert thin the Btlt duy of Febru I n Aeri-H, more 1..1.less. containing I 1V or
( tODUCI TIKES-TUBES II. WI:.of. .NKi! i.. t* Tp. S S. "mih.. 11..1 h"hl. T.x the CerKflcate 3rd- Anl".l. A. .D. 131.has has madeapplication filedsample I Iry.( 111:48.tt)1c1.'lt'IAI.: SEAL) 71 U of certificate .v<>. 270 emIraces ,1 *mtalnlng HSTbe 340 Acres, m

J 11t ({uality-Lowest Prce The taiex to b. void are uvldenceil '' dn.v of August : ban filed for a tax deed to be A. J. THOMAS- & N'i' of NW'i, SEt u", of :II;'IF'' taxes to be sold alec ,
clInic In Wla of
my office has SW'i of '
Stud made NE'
i cCrtklt.'nta .. Issued thereon. Said Section I 27
certificate b"
NC 4
I"t'4 o' em.braces Clerk '
EASY mii: : n-t of Circuit certificates NOH
PAYMENTS Court 380 I
| .. ( aI I"llh" for a I"I deed to be the following described of 'ivieblp 7 Sftutll 22 Kast.:. ,
axtf FIX
for the yearn 1912 i prop Ihll' of 1129
.Ir. fr"dt"'d Florida. 11)31 and 19.:
I 9.1?. both !ii :!u.lve. amountliiMf I braces.,.". I the" ." 14i L'.rtrh'nt. em erty In the County of Bradf.rd. !-11-:1--:5. Cul"ly. c.nlalllnN 140. ACt e. """ or U.. lively and represent the n.. vi

1 F. C. .Malrt J3U.33..' tax rertlfli-aten together with si property" t,.. ..r "In Florida the foluwlnN., to-wlt: Liradford."e.crlb.d State Lot of 3 of Florida Blk ,2 lo-wl, Temples: Addi I 'fTI": OP % PPI !'' ti l(>\ I, erty Au ii under the pall".nl -rttrIH., said No.prop, 2S6 i .le ,years amounting 193M to to 1937$7.16.27., boiii.ve
ill: thin
Holngsworthl I'tiixex...|".nt omitted or Levied' I Itllis 3. 18 IA 1 lots In Crosky'liIca to of Starke In NBIof N\V1 Tt\ 1)1:1:1| : 'Ol iKni-HHiiu-iit. nll.I Ihe. ( L'II"uwl l ; the AI.MO: EVJ of NE", I of N"K(4
part W4 nf
NB"4 W
acid to the I (Xeuute MII.I uropci'iy I
hl.hel Shores In NlIi of Sec. 24 & BIll; N. 1 CJn: il i'i' ( of E'4 of HWSec.. 8 '
l i .Ttlfl
Hog tarKe i.Id. At I.& ( ..rlh"u.. & In NlC'l' of 23 Township NF Cor 21 of 8E14 of NW% of NAT! M: !Ic ifKitETiYivi.v.Thnt' "!" .a'i* or t'Mknrwn.: No. .1J3 was In-1 14. n. 22 5,., containing 60mare *
Itth Liv of Fvbruai'y. A Si.uth. llanire .2.1 East. .. Township 6 South T. : 1"nl.rk.! holder of Tax nient nf : the f. .. or lass
9,4. at IIO a'cliMibL A. M. Range 22 Rant. I (.r. snl.l under .4;
i III ,' thU the 29IU: 1 day of The asneHNiTient' .f the said prop The assessment of the said prop tll'ntp/ ,f, A.. lisiipd D. the 2nd Hiild ""'l.fcRt. No. property 325 WUH In by The taxes to be sold are f i
erty" under 1 13
J.nu. said has filed certificates Non. 290 and '
FARMS II. nu: Ih. Is- erty under the said name u :
I .rlfh..I. In- same li,, 1lkwn; tin-I '
sued wax In til c.rlt.al. i.iy xffive aid bun aseepemu 1I2H! and 19,13 i.ii-
iI : th.// respectively.
Il"FI'IAI.. J.RAI.THOMAS.) llallis.I'nlesH. ..". Carter sued was In the name !r.. Cela sued plication for tax deed to.n"d.be ap 1. said ie-i certificate, ii p-oi'cr'y Nn.. ,126 under 6/7 resent the unpaid tuxes iii*

I t'lerk of ..Cirttilt Court of said ."lfh..I. Ihal be Unless said certificate be thereon. Said r"rUflc"t. emIra.'eig IUun. uf Unknown; the was In : years 1925 to lirl! ?. both <
, i .", u-curil I .h,1 the following 1 itsnessment amounting to $140.36.
"r."n"1 County. Florida. 1..1. redeemed .c"nrdlnl to the erty In the ,? t"r the said propeily under 7/1 of Said
Denmark I 3-4 -2 : '' II described therein will he' property County said certificate No tax certificates tngeth
: therein Jon 2.18
be State
'iild of wax In
.-- the hIghest hldd.r at the | sold' to the highest bidder wil Florida, to-wlt: name of Unknown the the all subsequent omitted or

I Furniture Co' I :wrle-E9tr Lt.13; .I' *rAKM \\ i t i ,Inv curt 111 house tbe door murth Jin of the"fut. Mf 19.1t>n., day nourl In house the door, on the first lion-the i! Southeast Seven Acres Quarter on South of Northeast Side of tificate the said 262 property; Cnler a..I..t, cer taxes bidder will at the be CourthmiHe sold tu the d. t

We NOTICK t'MTlrl which the 7th day nf 1 19.11, QI.r'.r C'.ell, In 'n ".h, .. was In name of Unlid- Slants on the 25th. day f
I J Are IleceUlne Nevi I.IIFJRKHT that !.r.h. I which Is the t',0t 118. I ')
(1\'E Tinted this ,
l itoth day pit 113'1 I trhh. I' sPry A. LI.
. Slack .. 1'rrry filed wlc writ. t Dated this "Ialllll ; P -rty u"I, ,., 19.18 at 11:0(1(
.____ Every Day. Re Stir I let. reijuejit lhat. the tax. certificate m. or- list. 1th. .no "l I..". .. .1114 1. SI of alil .', If. M.
t wan In
"1. S I Before You together with aUbee,1ent omitted, OFFICIAL "1..1. \) (OFFICIAL SEAL) .1- <- list tile 't o. the aid pr >p> i ry.FrlixNnan. : the! tin name ft Hvn- Dated thin the 6th day ol .5
A. ii' f of the
>r levied IA cud A.
B:1. tae neM ky the TIO !. A. J. THOMAS 'tlfl'ii'e Isiie.t aj: pi a".e'.n..nt ary P. 1938.tF9'ICIAL .
ictv.rti..4 sa'.1; Clerk C"iirt of i.k 11 was In time name of 1', paity Infler Said (
Jr ---- .n4..oid the I t of Circuit 11: V 639 .rllt'at.
I ent Mdtlint I I 1 County Court of 41 was In the name A.
tar Florida. CrR'lo. J.
cuJa a.* "r.dfo. Bradford County Friedman, the THOMAS
Florida. I .,
.r..lte b : InU L I .." .01.1 Certificate .h.1 I lie VHld assessment ot the Clerk of Circuit Conr
.1.-l 11.1 < ai r. under 4, ot
< irdlntr tu prop- 'vrtff'pr"l.rly> I said Bradford County Plurl
J' wax In t. nan'. ot 2-11-81-3-3.

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STAKF Mammy Sez: ANNUAL PARTY Through the KeyholeThat I ASSEMBLY HELD SocietyEdith BOYS' TEAMS

KPITORINCHIHSB1KJiANCEa How would you all like to go to I
de poa' office and hab a package
IISTANT was quite a masquerade Rowe spent the weekendIn

K HARRH3T F.DtTon-IN-CIIIEII'BENSON dere fer you an' when you open It Benefit! Entertainment Friday night, only nearly everyone Ernest Thorniiuent Jacksonville

find a radio? Dat's what Margaret forgot the masquerade. Well, Earnest Dowling/ went to
I POflRTY: : EDITOR: Will Be PresentedHere !Makes Interesting
Pearce did an' she hasn't found
JARIUBT (DOT) BISHOP: Soon It was a good dance anyway. Gainesville SAturday. Best Ten Players To Form
fer sure who sent it to her but HIN'hThe
Mildred Warren the weekend -
pent Flint 'T'amlId
'PPORT8 EDITOR Miriam, Dot and Harriet think

BILL PLUMMER: she sho' can guess. The first annual alumni benefit I it's time for spring yard-cleaning; high school was fortunateto In Palatka. KubxtltuteHBradford

LITERARY EDITOR Dose popular bowling twins haba entertainment will be held at the they got a good 1 lesson In it, Friday have as their guest Friday Etta Fae Dyad spent the weekend -

ELLA MAE MANNING birthday Wednesday and spentde School house soon. The date will and they think they d like morning, Ernest Thornquest who in Inverness. 8 well-known! basket-

JOKE EDITOR day in de city ob Jacksonville. be announced later. We are plan I another. Frances would like to gave n fine talk on the four things Elva: Lee Reddish was visiting ball team will leave today I Friday -
EDNA PEARC13CIAL When dey corned back de hab on In Jacksonville SundayiVerole Suwanee Conference
ning I(>arn.Everyone's. ) for the
on having one every year which young people must shun In
BI sR de prettiest gold crosses. Con- from Phillips spent the weekend Tournament which Is to be held la
OUT now on. wishing the basketball order to become fine and respectable -
MIRIAM grats honey chiles. in Chattflhoochee. the Dixie High at Cross City.
Each. class that has representatives boys the best of luck at the I citizens.Mr. .
Mammy seen Miriam in a black I Doris Strickland Wilier Mae The schools entering the tournament -
In town will be asked to puton tournament. They're good, we Thornquest had valuable
EDITORIALSJBJKKMPT Thornton and, Selma Thorntonwere
sedan convertible Ford Thursday besides Bradford are: Lake
a skit that night. know they're good Now boys
I and authentic facts about what
afternoon glttlng a demonstration. visiting In Lawtry, Sunday. Butler Waldo, Alachua Mayo,
show the state
FROM FAILURE I j you're good. these four enemies have done and
An alumni ,
committee has been
Jo Webb In
She am seriously considering buyIng I Betty was visiting Hawthorne, Foley, MeirO/Ie New-
When: a person doesn't direct appointed one from each class, I We advise Buddy Wynn to start j their rapid Increase.
dls cur It sho' am a spiffy I Jacksonville Saturday. berry, Bronson, Archer Cedar
Syfeffort toward any particular Model T. and the committee will meet In I going to bed at nine, Bill Plum- The four topics, which he stressed Betty Phillips spent the weekend : K ys. Williston, CMeflond, Trenton -

fork;, or aim In life, but only lr.: Arch Thomiis' office In the I mer to stick to a promise he made for we young people to be in Maxvlllo. High Springs Bell, Reddick

dreams about It, will never gettair'along De masquerade dance at de club Court House at 3 o'clock Friday. I Dan Hazen to take good care oft j awnro of were bad literature, alcoholic Mr. Howard attended the Coach and Dixie High.

. : life's highway. In fact Friday nice was a successful dance The admission will be according himself, and Gene Long to stay'| drink, tobacco and the meeting In Newberry Saturday Couch C. M. Howard ha stated

not even be called a fall- but not a successful masquerade. to the graduated In: for I away from. the west-end goalposts low type of movies Mr. Thorn '
J1e!t&n year you where they drew Bracket for the that he will take ten of his beat
Dere four fer
t were prizes gib n I
he she hasn't used '
ur, because or Insta.nce--John Powell's class of I quest showed ua very clearly the Cross City Tournament. players to the tournament Those)
de bes' costumes and four
ltny will-power, effort, or energyt.1oybg only 1919-...19 cents-Lester Sponglotz After that good talk In chapel., effects of Indulging In these, and Elaine: EUwardM wan visiting In that are going to take the trip

to reach a certain degreerajuccess hab on costumes so dey all got'na 1930--30 cents The undergraduate I Friday. we should all be better we are sure that his talk was n Gainesville, Sunday. are: Bob and Gene Long Dan

., and, therefore, hasn't prize. Mammy ttho got tickled according to grade; the young people. Remember, B. IL' good help to our high school.RKOOKEK Harriet Benson Miriam Guy Hasen. John Torode, Nlram Wynn,
pink at dat dance. Harriet Ben- .. .
"",' pn the pleasure If It can be call- Senior--12 rents for emample. S students stay, away from liquor |( + -- and Harriet Bishop spent Friday Bill Plummcr, Sidney Shuford,
, \\tf tB: failure. "He only is exempt son hab on a old fashioned dress ._ movies, and badllteiature '
I ---- -- cigarettes, afternoon In Qnlneaville. Harold Grlffla Reese Bradly and
failure who makes no effort.." fer her costume, so Mammy ups ''
t and won't It!
you regret Frances Peek In
spent Cbarlea Priest.
Lost and Found Miss Vera Monday
-The Editor. an' asks a boy how him likes Har- Gulney, CorrespondentThe
+ let's costume. Him thoughts it Didn't Miriam And Dot look'I I Jacksonville The Tornadoes Will play Alachuaat

'I I Lost costumes the lovely at the dance. Miriam says I Snow Family Edna Pearce Franc Peek and 10 o'clock Friday morning In
were joss a new style ebenlng --Many by I
[THOUGHTS: FOR WEEK dress. i j: people who attended the Masquerade she made her dress. Personally, I "The Snow Family," a negro Harriet Bishop spent Sunday aft- the Dixie High Gym and the win-

1 He only la exempt from failure Mammy links Clarice looks likea Ball-
who makes no effort. found them.F'oundA. them If they all look that well. : and eighth grades at the Long spent Saturday In Butler at eight p'clock Friday
billion dollars dat. she
12* "I don't think much of a now ama '
Starke night. The winner that comes out
That Jacksonville broke Brooker Junior School Thurs- I
her hair rolled each new to attract game High
who not wiser today than hewut'esterday.Abraham wearing a way
man Betty Green spent tho weekendin of these will play Dixie
many a heart but the tournament day night was a great success.
Lin- side ob her face. Dat am one attention Is. Gainesville by Dot
will mend tht'mVe hope! | Much credit is due to Mrs. Lake Ruder. High of Cram City.
''co luS nice looking gal wlb a voice dat Miriam and Harriet namely! ,
Sadie Prince tho wrekendwith. Hazen baa
I '' spent Although Captain
mite .her In de perching on fendeis. Who stuck a pin in WilliamWooten's Knowles Mrs. M. Baird and Mrs.
3." Effort that Is not carefully git operysom' I I Dorothy Green. been absent for the last three
Man hot air bubble ? Naughty, ': W. B Sewell for their untiring efforts -
directed wasted day goodness Lost Some dull blonde
Is -
| Lepton Morgan spent the weekend games he will take an active part
In training the children to
4. "He who thinks evil, sees Mammy wishes to extend her !I curls by Grace Green. naughty! i iWa I also In Jacksonville.We In the games at the tournament
net their and credit Is
Fevll' ; he who thinks good, sees sincere sympathy to Dan Hazen, I(I Found--The way to a dunce with I all thought Gene looked i I due the thirty parts pupils who did their are sorry to know that Nell i Met Andrew Jarkw Tuesday

ir od." one of our star basketball play ; a cute-dateby, of course, Helen. quite nice, Monday. Life, with Nogel moved to Live Oak. I The boys team met Andrew

19.' "No one knows what he can ers. Dan am sick an' was notable I I I Lost Miriam's heart. Probably j I ithe' exception of basketball agrees ,i parts so well. Vera Manning: spent Sunday Intake Jackson In Jacksonville on Tuesday

A'oltill he tries."" to play at de game In Jack- I I I lost in the vicinity of Dot's house | with him lately. I I j', After the close of the play, a City. February 8; although they

--.+-. sonville. Mammy bets you dat I If'n i lor Gainesville. A wonderful reward We close wishing our basket-I, chicken supper was served About Enza Weaver, Mary Edwards, I were defeated 32 to 5 they gained

JUNIORS MEET ( he would have been well and a for the finder! I ball boys the best of luck in that i iI thirty dollars was collected from Doshln Smith Marlun and Helen Hume valuable Information by

meetings of the Jun- playing dat we wouldn t hab lost : Found, -Another cute girl for tournllm nt.I the combined proceeds at the door bowling spent Tuesday In Jacksonville watching the Jackson and Miami-.

Mysterious held often dat game. the I Peeper. and from the supper.Hiuruluuroate. which will\
{ quite now, younger crowd. Remember Edison's; game they ) use

[and"- their discussions are kept Dese boys wib Uere candid cam- : Snookle? ""*" I Sermon e-- to good advantage In the tourna

[quiet from the remainder of the eras am goin' to be de death of Lost- By three girls any hopeof !i Meet the Seniors The Baccalaureate sermon for SUNNY BROOK A 1,11Mrs. I. ment.

the Seniors. We their desire the graduating class. of the Brooker Two lumen
.school, especially Mammy: yet. Dey am a always getting of owning Wednesday
F. It. Crimhy,
.fief all quite Interested In these! com In' up to some gal when her t a "Modern T" fulfilled. I school was preached In the auilitoitum The Bradford Tornadoes played

_.tings because we know what hair ain't combed and her cheeks j) Insert your lid Charge is only 1KIS KKLJ.K; SAPPPrescntln' Sunday. afternoon, Febru- Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and two of the best games of the sea

Ik'.ljappy,, time it foretells. Be greed ain't powdered an' taking her three giggles a word.Elementary -Irta Belle Sapp, one : ary 13, by the Rev. L. A. Shepherd children, and Miss Eloise Johns. son last Wednesday February 9

Seniors! ture. will tell three I of the quietest girls of the Sen- of the First Baptist Churchof when met Union High in
: for a surprise, Mammy you -- -- ------ of New River, attended church they
+ dat hab dem so'n kin : ': lor Class. Studious? Oh, my yes! Starke. Lake Butler. The girls
-- --i mans you Echoes here last Sunday and were dinner won by a

TO PLANT TimES be on yer guard. Dey are Comer I I And very attentive' and prompt for The stage was beautifully decorated : guests of Mrs. Beulah Kelly. core of 14 to 17. The line up for

:rbe pupils of the 10D room are Perryman Robert Jackson' an' one I SIXTH GRADE I all classes. She Is the' type of girl with flowers and greenery Mrs J R. Kelly and baby, Kathryn -I the girls was: Padgett. Crosby,

ng to plant a cedar tree to help ob de Baker boys So gals watchyo' who Is though well of by l her teachers under the supervision of Miss Annie Mrs. Mnrcu Conner and MiesArsul.i Collins Brown, Mott, Dowling ant
We are glad to have I I
a new
utlfy the school grounds. step. very and also her friends. Laura Elliston and Miss Mil- Hall. Padgett" made It points and.
I pupil In our room Mary Nell Davis Iris has friends, too, in Crosby, were shopping In
beau- an' Marlon many D.
he seniors have planned Bob Edna Gene dred :Morgan. f Crosby
She has been to schoolIn I Starkc, Saturday afternoon.
.. cation projects at home. They likes basketball so much dat dey Gainesville. going spite of her quiet ways. The choir composed of several of of I The boys were defeated 15: to
Mr and Mrs. Julian Peck
will' also assist in school ground eben goes to games dat Bradford 1 I I Iris Is very ambitious. She hopesto the sixth, seventh and eighth 121 in a very hard fought battlu.
Eloise Bullock Klarke last
brought ,
Tuesday night
ttttprovements."AMERICA'S. don't play In. I'se referring to I I'I a pretty become' a secretary some day. grade girls led by Mrs. Sewell spent They kept the score almost a tie
to school. of with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. I
picture The
_._ -.- --- de Lake Butler-Green Cove game : name and I am sure she will make a with Mrs Baird at the Kelly. until the thjrd quarter when fake
piano sang
the picture Is The Reboot Is
Rising being repaired -
MURDER: RATE dot dey went to see Friday nite : "Pinkey. good one. "Onward, Christian Soldiers," an Butler rang a few goals that put

mericans have twelve times Ah hears dat Methodist League I Geneva Rigdon made some pretty Iris has hobbies, oh yes., but the graduates. led by the ushers, and painted. them six points ahead of the Tor-

lttmany chances of meeting a violent Organl-Organiz-bunch) is gwlne to I I crepe paper flowers for the she doesn't seem to care much for Douglas Hazen and Leslie Thomas The Rev. II M. Tillman filled nadoes. Gene Long Wynn end

death as residents of Eng- gib one ob dem old-fashinoned box room. boys. She likes. reading and dis- I marched to their seats which, his regular appointment at CorInth : Plummer made the total score for
I We to have had John
land. In Great Britain 312 mur suppers! pretty soon. Dot shoo do I are sorry likes English. Well, Iris it seems 'had been roped off with green and Church Sunday. Mr.. Till- Bradford.
,data and manslaughters were committed sound good. How 'bouts it? move to Jacksonville We that they almost go hand in hand white crepe paper; green find man was accompanied by bin wife Alachua clashed with the local

:, while in this country 12- -.Jes' Yo' Mammy. certainly do miss him especially with "parallel read- white being the class colors.. and daughter, and Miss Long::, teams In Starke on Thursday

741 were recorded In 1933. Justifiable I We are sorry that Roberta Whlt- I Ing." of Jacksonville February ID. Tie! Bradford Girls

homicides were not include RADIO IN SCHOOL I field has been absent for several Professor G. E. McGuuley Introduced Mr and Mrs. Earl Edwards and lost by a score of 21 to 16, with
heard If Iris Is
) We haven't go- Mr. !
and the
days, and she will Shepherd
we hope soon children and Mrs. Edwards:
These flgurea were announc- In the past month a new radio Padgett making the highest number
to not but wherever -
be back. Ing college or audience Including the class,
, thls week by J. Edgar Hoover. has been installed In the school. and daughter were dinner guests of points. The boys defeated
she Is we know she will be listened to talk
6 a splendid on
Teacher Miss .
:America had ten times as many This radio has a Magic Eye and Is -- Kenedy.Reporters her much of Mr. and Mrs. Tate Crosby last the Aluchwa team 25 to 20. Wynnand
useful and we wish suc "The Elements of A Successful I
,Jrpbberies) and aggravated: assaults quite beneficial In classes when --Evelyn Hall Life." Sunday Gene Long were high scorers

Jtf England differences In popula- programs pertaining to the class Mary Caldwell cess. Everyone present enjoyed The W. M. U. met with Mrs. L. for the Tornadoes while Torode
the address and
we are sure the
lOon being considered. work are on. The radio is small I A. Crosby lust Thursday for the nnd Bob Long made the balance
JOHN SIDNEY: IH'FOKO class will benefit
FOURTH .!: greatly they
merica Is notoriously a law- and has an electrical tuning sys I GRADE purpose of quilting. The Indies of the total I score.
Hall to one of the friendliest take the advice ,
, tem. It is beneficial Monday afternoon we had our quilted until noon, when dinner .
taking na.tion.-TltuavllIe Star- we feel a In the last schedule game, be-
I In the Senior -
A Advocate. ,addition to our school furnishings. Valentine box. AJilce Green made '! most mischievous boys and Mrs. A. B. crrosny and was served. Those* present were: sides the tournament Bradford
our box attractive It Class. This tall, handsome, children and Mrs. Edna Pierce of
} by covering Mrs. H. M. McRae, Mrs. Tullle I will play Columbia High of Lake
t. I with red and white j happy-go-lucky, young man was Jacksonville were visiting Mr.
paper. Norman, Mrs. Ebbte- Norman Mn
II Clay on March 2, In Lake
a BOREE FUNERAL HOME j I All pupils received many pret- born in Virginia in the year of and Mrs. L. R. Galney Sunday Floyd! Crosby Mrs. Tate Croaby, -_.._---.- City.
' j, Full Un-, of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies I I'fo ty Valentines. I'1919. afternoon. Mrs." Tom flumes and Mrs. A. S. NOT FIT TO PRINT:

!( AlIUCLANCE SERVICE I We have our study on Holland After having moved from Virginia t Mr. and Mrs. R. M, Guiney and! Crosby. A school girl was required to
DAY ANU N1UIIT and just finished to Florida and! Florida to daughter, Eloise, were In Gainesville .
our -
'fo study on --------- ----- write an essay of 250 words abouta
53 PHONE 53 Norway. We are planning to put Virginia and back to Florida j I Sunday afternoon. "
of dear motor She
problem food. car. submitted the
G. H. BKNNETT. MgT."A Dutch scenes on our sandtable. again, we find him residing atl! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy
Indeed It !is, and while the distributor following:
HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"IBEASLEY'S Mrs. Hart, TeacherR. Lawtey. | Miss Rebu Lee Hardy and Douglas .
j wholesaler or middlemenof "My uncle bought a motorcar.
W. Slkes Reporter. Sid, likes all kinds of sports and Eldon Hardy spent part of this kinds are Important links He was driving In the
. -, .- .._ ..... -.- .., --------'- i especially football basketball,I week in Tlfton G...., with friends many country
In the economla chain, the 5COO- per when It broke down. I guess this
: FIFTH OK.VI1E i I baseball and swimming. He also and relatives.We cent profit In this case miemii Is about 25 words. The other 223
I STATION We are getting ready for Valentine likes are sorry to report that Mr. I
SERVICE dates picture shows parties slightly excessive Farm relief! are what my uncle said when be

II IIr Day by coloring and making II I and girls. j Barney Mattox was called to wouldn't ,be necessary It the farmer was) walking back to town but
Valentines. Saturday because of the '
TRY OUR SERVICE AND BE CONVINCED One of the girls made His strongest dislikes are "siaI ocal"'l were getl ing his share of such they are not fit for publication "
our Valentine box. We are also his f..ther.. J. H Mattox. Mr.
I sy" boys and conceited girls. profits Tampa. Times. Orlando Sentinel.
studying about some of the famous la tox'a sister Mrs. G. K. .
ambition -
ATLAS to ---
: Sidney's greatest MCGau-1 -- ---- -
r men who have birthdays this' enter the business world. He'll ley motored over Sunday.

TIRES BATTERIES TUBES month. store wish Mr. Mattox a quick recovery.
I It probably own a grocery
We are beginning the study of Many: people from Starke attended -
, some day or be an engineer. But, Pau
a Guaranteed for 1 Year and 18 Months the at the
Tires Unconditionally South America. We are drawingmaps | we know, whatever he does- Sidney 1- Baccalaureate sermons i s e. .
and coloring them putting at the school here Sunday after
In the countries and capitals and j" noon. '
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't. W.\"JlIXi-"OUSIIiNG-WAXIXG-GRE I marking the natural regions Y.U.IU! : JM.VNNNO I The graduating class of our :, familiar red cooler

I Call 60 For Road Service Arline Dew, Reporter | Introducing: Ella Mae Manning, ;:, school enjoyed a day at St. Augustine I:

I Miss Hinson Teacher. the girl with the pleasing person- i| Tuesday. Mrs. Agnes :

l Easy Payment Plan On Tires and BatteriesLCY 'I I ality. Ella Mae, although she t i knowlea accompanied the group. _

t CONWAY, FLORIDA MOTOR LINES AGENT t FOCItTH I are beginning the study of full-pledged member of our Senior Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hazen and

---.--,--.------,- ----.:. i the Netherlands. 'j' Class at Starke. I j Mr. Wlnfred Hazen. spent the I

We are sorry so many of our week-end in Wildwood as guest
Ella Mae has moved around
pupils are out because of sickness. ut their daughter and son-in-law.
THE SURER quite a lot but she finds Starke
K a Dorothy Mott has moved to I Mr and Mrs O. J. Strayhorn.
Ill -VEGETABLE very pleasantespecially so-
Gainesville.Don Cleveland Mott of Hellbronn
DITI6LE of certain who makes v 97 ra
Patray and Ben Kite have was visiting: his mother here Sunday ,
I plctur(>s-Ohl! Oh!
been transferred to Mrs. Lazenby's afternoon. i
Ella Mae. likes typing and has .
room. --- --- -- --- -

We are glad to have a new pupil received a certificate for her good NOT KNOl:: ;
Donald Cape from Jackson- work In that subject. She has been Kit

ville. doing splendid work for the B. H. An English: truck farmer apparently

.4 Gloria S. Journal for the last two years. decided to make his
i Cooper, Reporter. own |
bliss Edwards, Teacher. Ella Mae .has gained manyfl'l..nds personal economic Investigation i t

during the short period of recently. Inserted between the
ry -- ---- ,
i her-life and !In B. H. S. will
IIKFINITIOV STILL, GOOD many leaves of a cauliflower, the following -!;

i This time last year J. E. Swartz remember her for her helpfulness' I : note was found by a Lon- I, ,

1-1k. dN &: Co. sent out framed copies of j), friendliness and cheerfulness dur- don housewife: "I got an eighth '

"A ing her school days here. Good of a for this. What did I
o WONDER Spry a .o different from Definition of a Gentleman, penny you s
ordinary shortenings* made in a with a calendar pad attached. The j luck, Ella: Mae from your friends! pay for It?" I j ,tiIt t1 It's the high sign of refreshment .thefamiluir red

|1Iraad- ew plant by new and improved ''' dates of the calendar show "1937" The answer the Christian j coaler .lillcd with iceanJfrontybottlesofCoca-Cola

f methods no other shortening manufacturer but we are keeping on our walls without squealing who can win Science Monitor relays from the i bringing you (Ae pause that refreshes around the

C uses. Spry is whiter smoother the framed quotation, for It will without bragging, considerate to London Spectator, was: "I paid corner from anywhere.

never become out-moded. It's women children and old people, sevenpence for It."
1 t'
creamier .MJ.-vegetable.not
i .
atom of animal fat. Creams easier,nuke f ejbuUnc will bear added repetition who Is too brave to lie too gen- It would be more interesting to I,

: erous to cheat and too sensible to know the farmer's reaction if be e
naked and fried food doubly deuOMM.::: .
I "A gentleman Is a man who is loaf. who takes his share of tbe ,saw tbe answer to his anonymous I' e STARKK COCA-COLA
See for yourself. Get Spry today. Approved -
j clean Inside and outside, who world goods and lets other people ,question, but the Monitor com- I .
by Good Iloucekcepinc Bureau. wF I BOTTLING" ('O'II'radford .\>V
neither looks up to the rich nor take theirs.- Lake Wales ,menu: "Hvre In a nutshellor In I

---- down on the poor, who can lose New I It I'.w' 'cauliflower Is a very important i I

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: ;:j "" '" '" '" -- HO f 11\lr-S; ott-'Honore-d ray: pauper: $2.80;; C s. Griffls, Phillips, $4.00; Mrs. Mottle E.Msnlre r $2.00, $32 10; A. O. Andrea, ,ice. .

\ Walker, I $2.00 O. C Kelly; $4.00; Ing prisoners, $67.60 E
FAVORITE I pauper, $300;; Georgia ; ; I K ,i.,, .
r.t j At W. C. T. U. Meeting\ I ; pauper, $260; Rufus Hodge pauper Mrs. Lillie Collier, $4.00; Mra. ryman, cost of Co. Judge/ ,,,,

pauper,1 I Daisy Pringle, $2.00; Mm. Inez $32.21. Total $33388. ,, ,.
The WeT. U meeting last : $300.; Shep Wlgg ; "
u? I '3ocictJ(1j week besides being one of unusual I I RECIPES $5.00; Mrs. lola Williams pauper Kelly, $2.00; Mrs. Evle Johnson, tal $1,805.05
Rachel Moody $2.00: Mrs. W S Parker, $7.00; -----.-
( $2./SO; Mrs. --
: ) profit was also used by the '
ti t- members to celebrate the birthday .. -. '" .... .. pauper $2.80, Arthur Newmans, Mrs. Delia Manning, $4.00; Mrs. WE AVE ENOUGH: LI\'F.U: 1..0'1.

anniversary of their leader Mrs\ Orange Meringue Pie pauper, $2.00; Rosana Coleman, I Jean Gasklns, $2.00; Mrs. S. J. To know that

F. A. Scott, who has served so The Filling pauper $250; Mr. J. B. Manus, Sandel $2.00' ; Mrs. Doshla Preu" nothing' suit-. "\'.

Woodmen Circle; : Holds Miss Annie Mae Pearce and faithfully as president of the organisation 1 cup sugar pauper, J500; Lilly Jones, pauper, cott, $2.00; Mrs. :M. D Harrcll erybody.To

Meeting\ :Mr L. W. Kemper Are Wed since the reorganization 2 heaping tablespoons corn $2.50; Mrs Hester Sapp. pauper, $!00; Mrs. M. D. Harrell, $2.00; know. that we cannot ,I' ,so
1: Mrs Annie Green, $2.00; O. C. Kelly $3.00. Total everybody.To
of the body, and who has given starch $5.00;; pauper I
- The Starhe Grove WOW met In Quiet CeremonyMiss her untiring efforts throughout 1 teaspoon butter $2.00; Mrs. Ida Chase pauper, $208.00. Grand total $985.00. know that laughter i I. 'I', ?

in regular sesBlon Tuesday night, Annie Mue Pearce, laugh the entire history of the work car- 1 grated orange peal $3.00, Cunova Pharmacy Supplies Town of Lawtey, tax collected very deceptive.

:Feb. 8, in the Woodmen Hall, with ter of Mr and Mrs. P J Pearce ried on in Starke. 114 cup orange Juice Clinic, $600; Alachua County i on 1937 tax roll in town of Law- To know that friends i 1.,1", ., '"?

" : the president, Mrs A. J. Crlffls of Starke, and Mr L. W. Tempe Mrs. Scott was presented with a Pinch of salt Hospital, care Mrs. J. 3. Adklns, ley, 9008. Total $90.08. be cultivated to be kept
in the chair.During E. A. Winkler, Light To know that money iin: ,, s ,,
of Dallas, Texas, wera quietly box of beautiful carnations as a 3 egg yolks $25.00; supslies I I Board of Pub. Ins of Bradford the best "t
the meeting all business married Sunday, Feb. 6, In the remembrance of 'the occasion. Mrs. MK sugar and cornstarch well,, $4.25; City Light & Water County one half, of 1st Distribution buy things In life
To know
taken care of and Antonio, and grated orange Plant and water that goodness I Is i '
matters were Methodist Church In San Lorena Epperson und Mrs.! Marlah add egg yolks pelt lights courthouse of race track c fund, $1,850.00.Total t
v a letter was read from Miss Abbie Texas, with the minister of the Hull, who were also observing special peel and butter; beat well and jail, $4306; A. J. Thomas I $1,850.00, guarantee against trouble

'! ; Hoi Jen, the new state manager, church officiating, The ring ceremony events at Valentine, were given and add to boiling hot orange Juice Fixing Circuit Ct. Jury box T. K. McClnne, Jr., salary for To know that those who
I E expressing her delight at being In wan performed In the presence Individual gifts. The three then boil until thick enough for $3.00; A. O. Andreu, Fixing Cir- Jan. $75.00. Total $75.00. Grand with. us may be Just as horn:'
:Florida and asking the cooperation << of n few Intimate friends honorees were recipients of lovely pie. Pour Into ready baked piecrust cuit Ct. Jury box, $3.00; E. K. total 52500. To know that: criticism WHS, ,II., v.
of tho Grove with her this then with meringueand Circuit Ct. / er meant to be taken aorloush
Mrs. Keroper, oldest daughter of corsages of violets and narcissi. cover Perryman Fixing Jury Fine and Forfeiture
1 yenr. Mr. and Mrs. Pearce, was graduated brown. Allow It to cool before box:, $3.00; Bradford( County Telegraph To know that people rem..,!,,!., ,
At the close of the meeting light A. O. Andreu allowance, fines
a pain longer than
Plans made to celebrate cutting Advertising and Forms a pleasure
1 I' were High
from the County
: _. refreshments of Ice cream and and cost telephone bill, warrants To know that
WnHhlnston's blrthdav nt the next I School In the class or ]931.u After The Crust $46.45; Gussett Hardward Co.? people remen.i.I" ,r
wafers were served by tho host capias and Co. Judge's Ct
", meeting Feb. 22 graduation she taught for two, U pound plain flour bolts and nulls, Co. Farmers Mar $128.23 T. Frank a right after forgetting a dun
; Landrum, sal- To
The following program committee years in the county school system' ess.The H pound shortening ket, etc., $2,fiO; A. J. Thomas, Sal. $25.00 8 know that people rem n I ,
, been' I meeting this week will be nn Pinch of salt $75.00, $1000 ary $40.00, $65.00; an Insult longer than a favoi,
; was appointed by MM. Grlffls.; and for the past year she has stumps Indexing Dr. VV. B. Parks
1 :( Mrs Ethel Raymond Mrs. Ver- employed with the Union Circulation I observance of the birth of Fran- About 3 or 4 tablespoons cold wood, etc, $135.70; A. J. Thomas, salary County To know that people rem. n ,
j cis E Wlllnrd and will again beheld I Physician one month $8.34; J. B. their neighbor's ,
water. paid C. A. Dennison duty longet It"
gle Flynn, und Mra. Eunice Wilson Company with headquarters painting Jail, j
with Mrs. Scott today (Friday Mix shortening and flour and L. j Rowe guard at Jail $30.00, Ldy. their own.-Croas City Advoc',,u
Mrs. Gladys Harrington, In New York City $05.00; L. Conner, salary Coun-i

Miss Elizabeth Williams and Mm. By her charming personality, )I. salt well then add cold water and ty Commissioners one month, I, .

Nat Williams were appointed toserve Mrs. Kemper has endeared herself I Y mix good. $30.00; H. V. Saxon, salary County i

1 on the refreshment committee. to: many lends here who willwsh! Club BuildingIn -Mrs. W. E. Bryant. Commissioners one month $30.00;;j jMillory I

r her happiness. [ Active Use Thomas/ salary County

\ A notice was read of the appointment --,,----.--- Various PhasesOf Commissioners\( one month $30.00( ;
of Mrs. Lula Hutto to Several requests have been T. D. Dyal, salary County Commissioners I ASK US.
Mrs. L. A. Canova Reviews made for publication of a list of Home-making DiscussedAt '
the position of supervisor of the one month, $3000; J. .
the various Woman'slClub I
of the
Juniors of the Forest nail as collector English Novel users Woman's Club MeetingMrs. M. Rosier! salary County Commie I

building; Here is a list for al. ._..o.a, nMA .*vmMVOrt..... ... nn., ..*... S"fc I
of the dues Mrs. Hutto entertained g. V"V .w. .v.vuo vo. i
Mrs. L. A. Canova the month of January: W. B. Helveston of Live
bas asked everyone to pay her I members of the Book Club Tues- Oak state chairman of American Andreu, sheriff one day with I
dues by the last day of each The afternoon chorus of theWoman's Comm'rs, $4,00; Ernest Byrd sal- !
day night when they met in regu- Homes, and Mrs. Keith Black, of
month. lar session at the home of Mrs. i Club meets every Tues- Lake City sectional chairman of ary' Janitor one month, $40.00; About our New Automobile Liability r
: I day afternoon at 330.: Starke Woman's Club Allowance
---- ---- ,
Ethel Biggs by revlewlrg "Vic American Homes, entertained
Presbyterian Auxiliary toria 4:30: ," by Cecil Roberts |I I The Rotary Club meets every members of the Woman's Club at library, $20.00; Starke Telephone :: Policy. It saves you money
I 12 o'clock for Co., Ct.
Wednesday at lunch- telephone House and Jail
r Elects Officers In a charming and unassuming j I their regular meeting here Wed-
rI manner, Mrs. Canova gave a brief I eon. nesday afternoon, Feb. 8, lit 3:30: $10.70; Sanford Hall Co., adding I and it is protection you cannot afford -
i,I, Members of the Ladies' Auxiliary Wednesday, Jan 5Mother'sClub. o'clock. machine ribbon paper and mucl-
sketch of the author's life before I
r. of the Presbyterian Church I loge, $9.90; D. Er Knight,, house i to bewithout.HAROLD
giving a synopsis of the story. She Mrs. L. A. Davis, local chairmanof tent .
r.f elected officers for the ensuing Jessie Anderson for Jan. .
stated that Mr. Roberts Is an Thursday, Jan. 6-Board meet- American Homes, 'I
f year at the regular meeting Tuesday presentedthe 1938, $4,00";; J. L. Simmons I
and that he writes in ting of the club.
dIt Englishman to their -
guest speakers audience i
night at 7:30: o'clock at the I II Ing new switch at Jail, $ Install-I;
a finished style. Many '
expressions Friday night, Jan. 7 Little
home of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Stans- 'w. Hayes, one monthly I
In the book
are truly Eng- Women's dance. I
bury. Mrs. Helveston gave an InterestIng $120.00; N. D. Wainwright,
lish and would not be understood ,
The officers were chosen as follows I I Saturday night Jan. Jackson account of what an American visor of Registration for Jan. and C.
by the reader were he not famil- WALL AGENCY
: president Mrs. O. E. Stans- : Day dinner. home should be and how necessary supplies, $47.86; Star Paper Fastener ,
iar '
with axioms.
bury; vice-president Mrs R. T. English Monday Jan. Beautiflcatlon 'It is to the welfare of our nation. Co.. Inc., staples E. K. Per- .111 forms of dependable Insurance

. Caldwell, secretary Mrs. E. M. Mrs. Canova compared the story committee meeting. One of the most striking phases ryman $7.00; A. J. Thomas Amt. '
Davis treasurer with that of "Grand Hotel," bring- the "Ten Commandments ofa I ,
; Mrs. C. F. Ward. Tuesday, Jan. 11-.Little Wom- was paid for long carriage typewriter ;]
:Miss Lucille Mitchell ing out the fact that the first half Club Woman" adopted and
by a
presidedover $37.00
t staples I I
J ; Carpenter's
the business meeting and also of the book introduces the:! en's meeting. club In Mississippi. The speaker Drug Store supplies clinic, $9.40 'I''' .,-.. -.-...-..,,,. -'. ""- '- -."'- ," ".'",........ i,I
ters and tells the Wednesday Jan. 12Woman'sClub ; .- .-. ,.. ..
i led the devotional. Miss Mitchell chllrac.1 stressed the need of cooperation Burroughs Adding Machine Co., I

gave an interesting talk on "Stew their lives. They are meeting.Friday between the husband and wife In one rubber machine pad $1.00 J.

ardshlp, using the parable of the the 4:30:: train that Jan. 14-Benefit card order to prevent the menace of di H Manning, pauper, $3.00; J.; V. ,

talents for an example. the little station of Vlctotln, Eng party given by the officers of vorce. She also stated that the Jones, material sewing room
the club.
Attractive arrangements of narcissi land. General Federation urges the use $18.30; F. F. Stump material sewing
and azaleas were used in The second half of the book deals en's Saturday dance. Jan. 22!-Little \Vom- of the word 'home-maker" rather room, $17.67; B. Jacobs ma-

decorating the home for this with the arrival of the characters ,, than "housekeeper." terial sewing room, $18.42; C. B. ,
Wednesday, Jan. 26 Mrs. D. P.
meetihg. In different places such Paris I
as ,
Mrs. Black chose as her subject Roberts material sewing room
During the social hour the hostess Vienna, and Athens. i, Carpenter School and Mrs. T. T. Long'sSunday "Home-making. She show- $1965; Standard 011 Company oil,

served a delicious dessert Mrs. Biggs had her home attractively ,, Thursday Jan.party.27 Preview of ed entertainingly the contrast $68.40; H. & W, B. Drew Co.,
course, carrying out the Valentine decorated with azaleas for "The Bride tween modern home-making be-I forms and supplies, clerk and

motif in every detail. this meeting I _Wakes Up. _an..l..n.. ..r. lan.r.n..l.ln"V"' ..'u .....r.. Ch..._.; ._.." Cnllntv" .tact n.res."- "g. "l' "ft'_,. .
I rriaay Jan. *s presldent'sBall. I
..... --- compared the main points in build I Keen, retainers fee VI In Railroad l

-- --A ing a home to that of a new house Tax litigation cases $20.28. Total -
with its foundation representing 121812. Grand total $14-

HALL'S SPECIALS Birthday Party for relationship; first wall love; Inner [04007. 4 n

I Richard G. Kid, III wall, honesty; fourth wall Widow's Pension Fund

: Little Richard G. Kldd III, two- faith; the roof represented protection Allowance
WIN A I 1 A1er4
GROCERY ORDER ; the chimney, an outlet; the :Mrs. Cora
year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. I McKinley, $2.00; .
I Kldd, was given a lovely birthday open door hospitality; and the Mrs. Ruth Marr $800;; Mrs. Mil-' "' ler.f

party Saturday afternoon by his windows, pictures. I' tie Grlffls, $2.00; Martin Load- -": j Sra..r

; SMOKED BACON TOMATOES parents and his grandmother, :Mrs. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, presidentof holtz, $2.00; Mrs. Nettle Starling' sr, rda..o
I' dG.
I Emma Canova the club. Introduced and welcomed $4.00; Mrs. Nona Brown Dyal ern.,noa.0 7 GtIP relM.
Lb. IBc No. 2 Can $4.00 Mrs. Clara a
h. 6c The little people had a Mrs. Helveston Mrs. Black ; Crawford $2 00; s

i time playing on the lawn and merry pre- and Mrs. B. L. Robinson, vice pres- I Mrs. Kate Starling, $600; Mrs. 4k eIi.rCQLs -t

POTATOES BABY NORTHERN senting their gifts to the young ident of Section Three. Ethel Johnson 6.00; Mrs. Mary 4i

host. Ice cream and Individual After the secretary's and treas- I Elizabeth Wynn, $4.00; Mrs. Anna ,
10 Lbs. 13c BEANS Lb Baxter $2.00 Mrs. H. F. Redding s
4Y2c cakes, each topped with a red urer's reports were read Mrs tt
heart, were served to the children Carpenter appointed a library committee $4.00; Mrs. R. H. Futch I

MEAL, Best RICE, Blue Rose after which they were In- to assist the librarian In $4.00; Mrs Minnie Cowart $2.00; I

vited into the dining room where the selection of books. It is composed Mrs. Delaney Dickinson $6.00; i
Lbs. 19c 5 Lbs. 17c Mrs. Doris Taylor $4.00 Mrs. 1 -
Mrs. Kidd cut the large birthdaycake. as follows: Mrs. K. G. Duncan ; b SnI "

The dining table was cov- Mrs. E. L. Biggs, and. Mrs.C. Onia Taylor, $6.00; Mrs. Estellaj I op0, I 0 : t

MATCHES PRINCE ALBERT ered with a handsome cloth and A. Knight. Hinson $6.00; Wiley Groves $4,00; I r.eleoa 1foY -? re91 1 Tr o Amori Amertea .... I'rul' GreuroS ,_

Kitchen centered by the white cake, orna- Mrs. L. A. Canova vice president Miss Madeline Frigo $6.00; Mrs. a.e.e H EY. 5'.1d.Y. P"/I Journal J "
3c Can Herald 00 Ifh::; J
lOc Murriel Oar yr
mented with of the $2.00; Mrs. A. L. : 7 ilIad.
red hearts, and topped club presented a must- pCyrdlon 1u'p0t"' Y'Y' C L.dg I ...
i by two red candles. Azaleas cal program, assisted by Mrs. H. Crews, $2.00; Mrs. Fronnle Johns, '' oyul. ArnN..dt.aeoll. 2 o country. 110.----" I ,.

i SAVORY OLEO ASPIRIN Tablets yellow jessamine and other early V. Knight. $6.00; Mrs. W. H. Bell $600; !I Horn. $ueadn 1 1 yr Q Farm Journal ___ J y. J

Lb. 12c Box 2c I spring flowers were used in dec- refreshments During the were social served hour delicious by the Mrs.Luvlnia Pearl Barker Simpson$4.00$6.00; Mrs.; L.Mrs R., A'nod Wades 11 a m mo.e o g 2'h.110.GOod... Bt Art.0.,... ::U-_ J J yrO

Op.a y
I Edwards $200 Mrs. 14 o 9 a.ta Horn. F./"rall J I j
; A
following hostesses Mrs. W. N. W; QHauwholddu .
1 : spans. 1ar1 _
1j j LARD, Lb._ lOc FLOUR, 241bsr 67c North Mrs. H. C. Rltch Mrs. H. Broughton, $2.00; Mrs. Leah Nettles Ant IwN 11 e o le9ho. WwdQ, :n5 J J n aa .

small candles, to which a valentine H. Young Mrs. W. J. Epperson $2.00:, Mrs. Edith Mosley, ptatotlo. Forma S m o Moth... .b.0.... au-. J ye ,..... j

PORK CHOPS OATMEAL was attached, and Mickey Jr., Mrs. W. B. Parks, Mrs. T. K. $600; Mr. A. F Grlffls. $2.00; 0Aomaallon.n ; o 0Path9ad... ( 'krY/. J ,.
PO"/l1'J' f
Mouse\ Miss Floy Thomis $6.00 Mrs. : '.r7ar....
\ balloons. McClane, Mrs. E. M. Davis Misses ; paloa 17 I Q "+ ,A
Lb. 14cI 2'/ Pk. 15c Guests Kitty Hogsed Beverly Cady, and Bertha Crews $1.00; Riley Johns, 0 g,an Boo1t 1 Yr Quauh.m: OOrop.grlhun.. -.e-m 0. J Yr //If
attending the ..
were: Mrs. R. G. Kldd party Dorothy Sapp. $2.00; Onle Starling $2.00; Mrs. S yr. o SOIlL,QO,. .II' .fleulfurl. ? 9 ya. /lit; ,
SYRUP Sr., and i I Willie Wimpy, $2.00 Mrs. Souar.m Agotld 1 !f. r7 \ rm.t 1"Va.
I Cane little grand-daughter, Patricia -1tiV. i iI' a r '. .r mrny WOrid, J 'r' !

Qt. I Ann, of Richmond, Va., Mrs H. M. SWiIll\leet Monday j j Candy $2.00; Mrs. L. D. Euster- ':l-I I ,.. Ii'll :
Pkg. | ling $2.00, It. C. _
3c C : Green $7.00; 1. Jrtj'' i
Helmlntoller .C'\n .
L and Mrs.
i" Jennie The Woman's Missionary Socie- : Mrs. John :''t ;A1e 1
$4.00; D J, jrl ,
Adkinson of ; tM A' rll r + ) f J
: Hawthorne If( 'O'r Frr
COFFEE :Mr. and ty of the Methodist Church will ..- -
DILL PICKLES 100 pct. Mrs. Glen E. Moore and son. Glen, meet Monday afternoon at three =.;ioi---: : .D'.."".; ---: ......1 ,4 GIrEB NO. 1
Qt. lOc Pure, Lb. 12c Jr., of Gainesville, Paul E. Canova o'clock, at the church. Businessand I ALL FIVE CFER; : N0. a ALL FOUR
i and son Paul III, of Ocala; Carolyn devotional meeting. All mem- I Tb N.w.pap.r 1 Y. FOR ONLY Phis N.w.pap..1 Yr FOR ONLY ",

:}!'' CORNFLAKES APPLE JELLY Brown Edwards, Betty Markle Benson and Florence Levy bers welcome.IVARIMNT urged. to attend. VisitorsI 4 from Maqod.Group. D }$2.10 3 from Moqo.t.Group. A }$2.40 I'I'I' !I

t l Pkg. 6c 32 oz. 20c Canova, Jr., Ka, per Duncan Jeanette i I I -. -f OFFER NO. 1 I

McLendon Jeanette Inman, This New.pap., 1 Yr. \ ALL FOUR ?_.. OFFER NO. <4< 1
t.I t. i BACON Marion Harrington, Delano Thom LISTThe Mogo.ln.. I FOR ONLY Newipeper, 1 yr. All BIX I
, i LETTUCE Ea.7c' Best 2 f\ Magaalnu' FOR ONLY !
I as Dorothy Ann Johns, Carl Lamar from Croup f\ l$* \.O CJ 2 '.omaoIlP /% }
Lb. I I I I Maqa !.. :
} I 12Y2c Johns Tommy Gill Sylvia Alvarez following warrants were au- Iron Group* B Imo' 3 Maqa.I.. B $2.55 '
'.'1. : RELISH, qt. 20c : / T. K. McLane III, Edward thorized to be Issued flt the regular from Group
:' TALL MILK Priest, Bobby Wiggins Billy Weldon meeting of the Board of ,.as rae

",. Pink Salmon Betty Ann Flynn, Oliver As- County Commissioners Monday I i T.... Story, 1' A'i"y
: 12Y2c I 3 for 20c pinwall, Michael February 7: KOII..hnld Mav..ln. 1 yr )
I l -- Boring Good 11'0.1.' .
North, Jimmy Warren Sanford General Crumpled / Country' Hom. = 16 }$2MeCalTi .25
ENGLISH PEAS MAYONNAISE Rltch Jr., Judy Green, Mary Sue Alex Cross pauper $2.00; Kate I y THIS NEWSPAPER ,

i Epperson Mitchell, pauper $5.00; J. F. Dur-
3 for
_25c Pt. _20c ---. -- lance pauper, $2.00; Will Hughes, FenderSmashed I MaaailnoWoman's 1 y, ALL FIVE j

GRITS, 10 Lbs.22c Men to Meet pauper, $1.50; Aaron McGurre Good SlorUl World 1 1 yr yr You ONLY .1"J i

pauper $3.00; Emma Murphy Farm Journal l ys $2.10
The men of the I Tins ._
Baptist Church pauper, $2.00; Mrs. J. C. Box, pau NEWSPAPER 1 yr J!
a FEED SPECIALS t of Starke will meet at the Worn.an's per, $300; Mrs. Mary C. Thomas, Wheelone

a I Club tonight (Friday), at pauper $2.00; A. F. Grlffls pauper I i

b MULE FEED _ _ $1.70 6:45 o'clock, for an evening of $200; Mrs. Belle Parmenter .. '
II and recreation. The pauper, $3.00; Mrs. Vinda Forsyth days gars rsatrsa4ra *mi Mimmmumetmtmam **-* ';

CORN, YELLOW form chief of entertainment will be in the pauper J200: Mrs. Geneva Paine damage ismore UU Centl.m.at '
_$2.15 a dinner ;
- arranged by th
-- - gle, pauper $2.50; Mrs. Jessie An- w I

SHORTS GRAY I women of the church to be served derson, pauper, $2.50; Mrs. \V. M. costly I I .nclo...$...-_._._?_...for which pl.mia end m I ,
._ $1.85 by the of the I
young women the Bap Hodge, pauper, $5.00; Mr. A. C than magazines 1 have checked togtier with a. yaar'snbtcription "
list Training Union. The feature Baxley pauper, $3.00; Riley Johns 36Sctay5'in$1lydtue 0 to your nawtpapcr. J

COTTON SEED MEAL __ $1.70 | of the Banquet will be a talk by pauper, $300; Mrs. Loller Todd, with D Horn Offer. D Story Offer I
I the Rev. J. C. Sims, of
Palatka .
pauper $2 SO Mrs.
; Rauleron I
I Daisy -
OYYSTER SHELL, 100 LBS. .70 wbU. music and short talks will pauper $2.50; Mary Rowe, Johns & I II N.m..__.__._........._.. IStlt.
add to the event. An evening of r Wainwright
pauper $2.50 Miss ,
; Irzona Thomas
LAYING MASH $2.30 I wholesome lightheartedness is anticipated pauper $2.00; McKinley Davis Starke Fla. 0 ..' er R.F.D............._... -.

I and all members are pauper, $3.00 Mrs. Ethel t J !
-.- ... urged to attend Johnson ; I Tows and Seals.M : .........-.. --.
pauper $5 00; Annie Mur- ....... I.sa t
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I\ Mrs. E. M Thomas la!! spending Mr. and Mrs. H H Ford of Mr and Mrs. Henry Sowell, Sun- I I COMPARE WITH OTHERS 1 Remember, that no matter how

this week In Palatka with her, North Branch, Mich* recently day.A. tf you feel like complaining of 1 1 shabbily you are clad there are
brother-in-law and slater!! Mr. and visited Mr ,end Mrs ,lohn Uglow attended I
crowd: from her -
large :your lot, check up on how you millions of persons who do not
I Ilocall' Mrs. T. K Strange. I They have gone i 11) Lakeland the Baccalaureate Service HI :
Bits of lan with others In the
compared have enough clothing to keep
where they will mnk their Dome, Brooker Junior School I Sun
---------- -- ------ High
and stopped here for their son afternoon world. Remember, no matter how warm. Remember, no matter how "
1 lr. and Mrs!! R. M. Griffin of 1 day
Robert, who has been attending old the model of drive
a car you simple your fare, there arc millions -
St. Petersburg: spent the week Malcome und Allen Lewis weJ'evIsitors
end here as guests of Mr. and school here. to thIs section Saturday there are millions of people who upon millions of people In the

Mrs. A. H. Johns. -- --- afternoon.Mr. never owned a car of any kind, world who would be thankful far

ONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mr. and Mra!! John Marshall of and Mrs. Cradle Baxter, of i but lire forced to walk great distances the table scraps!! that you throwaway

Mr. and Mrs. L F. DInkins and Brookville, Ohio and Mrs. John Jacksonville were In this section [ Remember, that no matter Remember all of this, and
'ROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN R. Stahl, of Dwnla, Ind, ore spend- Sunday afternoon on business
daughter Joan, Miss Pat Lamb how humble your home, there perhaps If the truth were known
ing a while In a cottage on Kings- Lester Shaw, of Jacksonville,
I and John Hagen spent Sunday aft Marshallare are millions upon millions!! of you are faring better than you
Lake. Mr. and Mrs.
ley was vlsltor to this section om"day
etnooa lit Gainesville. people who live In homes a great have a right to deserve Titus-
i so pleased with Starke and last week.
deal less desirable than vllle Star-Advocates .
t'alltt.l Kingsley Lake that they expect to yours
--- ---
M Hazel Moore spent Tuea- Miss!! Christine Cribbs, of Paul E Canova and son Paul return next winter MISSION HALL ____ _______ .___. .n _
Jacksonville. ka has accepted a position as!! of
a e III Ocala were week-end
"The Preacher
_. waitress with Bryant's Cafe.T. guests of Mr. Canova's mother, Pprplexed PleadIng On Toil Lovely 8-Pc.
George C. White, of Tallahassee, as found In the book of
t Ethel M. Bigga spent Sat- I Mrs. Emma Canova. spent the week-end here with his llitbukkuk, formed an Interesting BEDROOMSUITE '

b ;ln Jacksonville, C. Hazen A. B. Surrency and mother, Mra J. W. White, and theme for the study this work at SAVE 14

Royce Gainey, all of Brooker were Miss Lunelle Stokes left Tuesday other relatives. On Sunday after- the regular hour of meeting. It

J Dolly Lamb ta spending business visitors here Saturday. for Avon Park where she noon Mr. White, Mr. and Mrs. L. was shown how the Prophet was

itojtftlme in Youngstown, Ohio will make her home.! C. Ray Mrs. J. W. White, Misses burdened because of the Iniquity *, '
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j-'t M *
i i MtvV-f -- n
J. O. Andieu of Miami, Is the Amelia and Olive Ray visited the and violence he saw among the 8-PC. GROUP FOR ONLY Kr;..

S41Pd W. B. Alexander was vfsit- guest of his brother and sister-in- Mr, and :Mrs, A J. Wilkinson Ravine Gardens at Palatka. people of his day, and the luck of
obedience to the law of MOM'H
law Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Andreu.
and son, Edgar, spent the week-
rlends in Hampton Saturday
tgt which, In that day was the only 95ifl
ei d In Pulntka, as guests of Mi The Rev. and, Mrs L A. Shepherd -
tile people were required to
has been witness Mr. and Mrs. John Nallwol'lh)', aid Mrs. T. C. Joyner. Mr. and Mrs. J H .
1111 undy a serve God Therefore when h.
Jacksonville this week of Orlando were guests Sunday I Miss Harriet Benson J. B..nllon'l
t putt >In prayed he was answered with a
of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nnsworlhy liter, E, K.:
Stock 1>1> ut the! Njal :3 for 1 vision In which God told lIabuk-

sb I1IC content Ktnrt Saturday. I Sale Staiti; soon. at CUIIOYU I'lmr- Juanita Barefoot \V. P. Smith,! kuk to write and make It so }plain

. inter nt the Canova Pharmacy.Mia. Miss Ruth Sternberg Is spend-I m .('y.I Miss Doris: Hough, and Miss Christine that "he that readeth may run"

ing some time In Miami as the -- -- Outsliow attended the Bacca- (Hub 2:3: ) This vision showed

"'Anand W B Mundy were guest of Mr. and :Mrs., Glen Duke. and laureate Sermon at the Brooker him things to come in which his. I
I Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump .
t$1 i lnc friends in DeLand Sun- daughters, Missis Evelyn and school Sunday nfternoonMra people should be scattered among I
'a' ; -. Dr. II; B. McLendon spent the Lillian ----.- the Gentiles, ,their land taken anda
Stump visited the Ravine I : '
week-end in Mariana as the guest follow when ? 'ry ill 1h
Gardens In Palatku Sunday afternoon !! D. C. Forehand, of Albany / new Dispensation to '"
t. arid Mrs. B L. Matthews of his mother Mrs. T. R. McLen Ga., Mrs. J. W Jackson, and Mrs the just might live by Faith until -I

pent Sunday; afternoon In Jack- don. -- Jessie Jackson, of B.iconton, Ga, the coming of the LordIn- I

(WJVlll Mrs. T. J. Griffin epent a few will spend this week end here as stead of Righteousness, which was ,! K J> jVi g "iv- a MIRII'IK

.r.i. Mrs Gladys!! Livingston of Jacksonville days in Jacksonville this week as guests of Mr. and Mrs T T. the standard !in the old Testament

: F Brown and Mrs. C. was the guest Wednesday the guest cf her son-in-law and Lung und Mr. and Mrs D. P. Carpenter while that of the New Testament ew(
t&Napworthy spent Monday In night of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. daughter, Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Men- While here Mr. and Mrs. to which H.ibukkuk's vision pointed HllKDY' TOSTIIt HMIaOOVM

acksonvllle.' Mundy. oza. Carpenter, Mr. and Mis Long and was Faith, for "by grace (L JI a f HFST OF 1)It tW Lot I IV

/\;: .;ypr;:':=: --- -. '- their guests will visit Bok Tower, through faith are ye saved" (Eph. 'L' 1'e, IMTl UfcNrtlCOMFORTUII spurr.OOK
UHrafHogan Smith and Mrs. C.r..crumpler Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent the Mrs. H. A. Bishop Miss Harriet near Lake WalesRegl.ter 28.: ) q t f I'OTTONIlr'rltb.MM ron

/; spent Tuesday In week-end In Tampa as the guestof Bishop, MIss Harriet Benson Miss .--------- This vision also made clear to t \TIUB PIIIOWS
acksonvllle.f her parents, Mr. and Mfs A. J Halt I'Inl.h"d In Well halal'hel'el'CP '
Miriam Guy, and Nina Bishop I now for fishing roiitcittnt Hubtikkuk the great truth of His!! '

f--" C. Durden. spent Friday afternoon In Gaines the CUIIOMI I'harrimej.. !Starts Second Coming "He that would tURMae: V !tt V
( r'i'y W, A. Fischer Mrs. L. A.'iavir ville. Sunirdaj. come should come and not I tarry," .

{and Mrs. Lloyd Perryman Mrs. Elmo Struth returned to I iHeb. 10:30.37)[ and Is the message Regular Price S a, .s PCS. $59.95BP
",, her home here Sunday after spend- cap- This Group ,7US pec ,
*AZ ,Monday in Glen St. Mary. Mrs. Robert Tanner, of Baldwin and Mrs. Clifford Thebot, which "he that remleth may run
------ ing several weeks In DP Land with of Berkeley, Cnlere visiting "
to olheis
the to
spent week-ena! here as the I carry
fWlas Doris Johnson of Blowing her parents. Mrs. E. S. Matthews B. R. Wlt- FURNITURE
gueat of her mother, Mrs. Laura Join in the Bible studies next
rod( N. C.. was the guest last Powell, and Mr and Mrs J1., kovskt and other old friends here week there Is to be testimony
" e of Mr and Mrs.: A. H._Johns. Watch for l.ito of Njal 3 for Fields. Monday night. They were on their I given by a man pausing the 72nd H A R' I! COMPANY l
""' 1 !'nlp.t the Cunota rharmticyHOOll. way to spend a while with relatives '
s.. as well as other contributions
j zit P. E. Canova and Mrs. Dr and Mrs. Bryant S. Carroll! In Hawthorne. Capt. The : to the service. STARKE, FLORIDA

!H>rge B. Flynn spent Wednesday ------- und baby Lois Cornelia, and Miss bot, now retired from active Ar'tnyylife !
---- -------- --
)m: m1nesvUle.mt Mrs. R. G Kldil, Sr., of Richmond Lois Long all of Jacksonville, spent his boyhood In Staike ,
Va., Is the guest of Mis
--- where his father was railway
were week-end guests of Mrs. F.
4b xs. O. J. Griffin, of St. Augua- Emma Canova and Mr. and Mrs.R. H Long. agent many years! ago. Many of
W i ,1s) the guest of,her daughter G. Kldd, Jr. our paved streets hot remembers as I TIP TOP FOOD SALE
\/label. Biggs. -
y Friends of Mrs. Edward Burns being "cow paths" when he was a
r; Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ferguson,
will regret to learn that she is boy.
Ii'I of Sun Francisco, Calif, were the I ?_?_- -- HIGHEST QUALITY AT
confined to Riverside Haspltal In GROCERY
I guests!! Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. ziFF
REAL Jacksonville following a major
I K. G. Duncan. .
,I." operation MliiM. Iota Mae r.twlM. firrrfcpnufleitMr BETTER PRICES ALL
ESTATE Mr. and Mrs. Jo"V.. Varnecloe, and Mrs F. W. Reynolds ,
Mrs. P. !.r. Barefoot and daughters THIS: WEEKCHKSTFItriKLDS
of Palutka were guests!! Sunday of Prices Good Thru Sat. Feb. 19
IJIF I | YOU WANT TO Misses Juanita and Sara and children of Redlek. spent the ,
Mrs. Varendoe's parents, Mr. and last of
part the week here with
Barefoot, Mrs. L. J. Green and
[ BUY SELL OR RENT Mrs. W. P. Smith. I
daughter Judy spent Tuesday In Mrs. L. B. Thomas. \MKI.S) : H'lKY NO. I HUSHPOTATOES
--- ----- Jarksonvlle Resale Thomas Of Starke, was SIKIHKS 0..)) DULOSCIGARETTES
SEE US- Mr. and Mrs.) Clarence: Nuss- I In this section Sunday afternoon. I I

baum and Mr. and Mrs. Max J Mr. and Mrs J. W.
y WILSONIREALTY Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville, Lewis and car. $1.15 10 Lbs. 15c
co. Oberdorfer, all of ,Jackspnvllle, spent several, days here last week sons, L. O and Johnnie, and ,
were guests Sunday of Mrs. Nussbaum's daughter Lula Mae spent Sun-
aa the guest of her brotherinlawand K\\cv; \MIOMC GRAIN
.. ,. parents, Mr. and Mrs B. day In Staike with Mrs. Lewis' &
a. d. sister, Dr. and Mrs!! W. E. nu HSKLLMAN'S
. n. -. '" Jacobs. MIddleton. father, W J. Johns. I RICE 5 Lbs.

, ...- -- .-.- ---- Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kelly were Apple Sauce cAU'BR D
the of Mrs
Friends of Miss Madge Middle- guests Kelly's parents, J
NAT ton will be glad to learn that she 1(1'\1.': 1"\NC'11): CROWN
, SEZ: 3 N o. 2 cns 19c
3 for 25c
Is recuperating at Riverside Hospital

p I have the greatest. admiration lor In Jacksonville!! from an ap CENT A Wonn 111'A TI..tJI. TOMATOES

the small time. boy who nukes pendix operation
5 No. 2 size 29c
(I I good In the city und still M. not Friends of G. H. Bennett will COLUMN CHOP: TANK cans I'.JI.K E.\S11T

})I 'k r'-'t ashAmed, W tl the world the be glad to learn that he has re- ,II I PEAS '1111515- AN EX('F.LEs'r-: ----- BUTTER

name of the town be came from. turned to his home after being FOR RENT-Small house In town. i I I'I'ICE Flint HOG

l You cnn lake a boy out of the confined to St. Vincent's Hospital Apply J. H. Lord 319 Madison j: SWEJr.T JlJS"
la Jacksonville for several weeks. St. Staike 1 tp. Pound lOc
country, but you can't luke the I LARD Pound 9c
3 No. 2 25c
country' out of the boy, s<( II011 Sava money at the PXyul 2 for APARTMENT for Rent. Large|I

were born at ChltUn Switch you I Sale Coming soon at the Cauoi rooms, screen porch.-Mrs, ,

may nil well tell H, Pharmacy H. Long. Itp. i AKUO FANCV M.1CKI1 UK CIU'SIIKO: II MI1I.LIPH AllSfO SWEET

I / man Friends are; glad" here to of know G. that W. Alde.r.he re- FLOWERS the time. for Mrs.every N. occasion D. Wainwright all- : Pineapple, 2% can 15c | CORN, 2 No. 2 cans 15c

Phone 102. 2-17-41. ,
COATS turned here Saturday and is con-
: valescing at his home after spend- FOUND--Pointer pup. Owner ,

ing two weeks In a Tallahassee may have by Identifying.-HM prut; : COFFEE DEL-MAI4

hospital : Richarde, State Form' Ral-
ARE THE GO! ford Preserves rritK \NTOS i"UESU.JtOUNJ) NIBLETS

I Friends of Mrs. L. D. Vining will Talk of the Town, Lb. 15c
be glad to learn that she has returned -

ti A, Very good selection in the confined to her to home Riverside here after Hospitalin being years gentle old works Chtap good Will Sound.trade for 12' 1 Lb. Jars 15c Charmer, 2 Lbs.. 25c 2 cans 25c

------ --- ----- --------- -- -- ----- -
work ox.-H. Gregg, 2 miles on -
' following shades: Grey, Gold, Jacksonville following a tonsil. TIP 'J'01' UTI-M 1'\'KEn
! Palatka Road It.
Blue Green ectomy. ._ 'I'u.M.UU. :
and silk
Biege- ---- ---
--- -----
HAWLEIGH Route now open. ZOCDE4n1.11'L
j lined well Friends here of John H. Denmark Real opportunity for man who SPAGHETTIMACARONI
of St. Augustine will be Interested wants permanent profitable work. OK n CORN

r tailored and $7 95 to know that he recently Sales' way up this year. Start'i M IXVIKM. HOI''F.n
announced he would be a candidatefor I
representative to the state promptly Write Rawlelgh, Dept 3 Pkgs. lOc Pound 25c 2 No.1 cns 15c
I FAB-223-K, Memphis', Tenn. .
IIIY legislature from St. Johns County '


, as Mr their and guests Mrs.last C. A.week Knight, Mr. and had GEM NUT 2 Lbs. 23c MARSHMALLOWS f 27c

Mrs. B. E. Withrow and son, .
run PHMCWMrrr; t, vorni.1if S -
Charles of Akron Ohio, Mrs. I I' ( THK ISIfJIITH tlUll'tAI-. UItnCIItI.O"; '',\'\ en' TITS I"SJUn.. CUKAM!
James Shepherd, of Milliard, and im'i'ir i 11
NEW SPRING FROCKS Mrs. Donald J. Morris and T hereby 1 inn'inrit'' my <'nndtdary. i 35c
baby far nonlhlntlon an F'! itH ,\tlurnll t>' to' BUTTER Pound CHEESE Lb. 22c
i Joan, of VII itS. Mitt. .i.e** llnu fl rat net.1.t in'i.etif, : and
Beautiful Printed Pastel -- Fill perfnrmahee of Ito, dude of 111//
See the paper next week for ,nfflee.: 1 oIUUHS
Es-rtnS : F LOU R WF.STEItS mu
utilizing itnnounrrnient of NjalTt The conffnu l H">pp trt nt
! rifmttrtulM nt thl. Ifr: ';uit will
Shades Reasonably Priced for 1 sale corning to>> the CanovaPharmacy. ,,lerply' uiipreelait1': v b"l n.\u..oos SNLI"-RISING: :
lain'.' '111.( ] Florida.
I 24 Lbs. 70c
Mrs. James Godbold and son, .

$1.98 $2.98 James, Jr., of ;Jacksonville were Subject Poll ortTRM to the I I'-moeratle"f'l'OIlI'I' l I'rl- I 29c 12 Pounds 37c Pound lOc

here Sunday visiting Mrs. S. S. I nwry, Election: 1 li*.rehy announce I -
ny< l'.nlJhJltl'Y tar 'hate Attorney.FCItfhttk 48 Pounds $1.39
DowlIng. Mrs. Godbold was accompanied -\ : Judli'lu! (Mi, 'ulf, <'ompon..*I __ _. __ ___
home by her mother, 'if, Alttf'hua, tape. BrB , Mrs W. S. who 1s .- .t, Levy and Uniun Counties \US'I'EnX: rllc'I' BALLARD'S SELFSEED.;
Stroman I
I' Your vote. and jppoi will b..
' j Mt'r NEW SPRING BAGS spending the week In ackaonvllle.Mra I"Ipr..cIBU.I.| .u.cy; RISING OR PLAIN
T. 1':. DUNCAN I
$1 Gfliuj..vui*', r'lot'iciitFOK 5 PEANUTS
Exceptional valuesIt C. S. Llntkay returned j' ROAST Pounds 2Sc

Sunday to her home in Winston- Hrtitr iiron\Kv I 10 50c
.. ,
I h r h" itnnounif mvimir n. fanllcluti' -
Salem, N. C., after spending aev- j{ fr>'r the offlc 1 Hi Htut"'M Attorney I Pound 17c 97cBu.. $1.25
,.eral weeks!! here as the guest of 1': la the Rlfrh h Judicial Clr- 20 Pounds

Pays to Buy at her brother and"IRter-ln-law. Mr.i.:"11"(It..*ubjeft In the to tMtn approval"cratl. t'rlmnry.of the

, and Mra. D. P. Carpenter. Mrs. .)IIO'J: It may tt. 'mpoviilhlf, daring I A.V KXCKLUCVr Kl'Y 3 &l.\NT | ,
I the Campaign, far m.. to meet

STERNBERG'StIIIIiIiTiIIi as Lindsay Jacksonville was accompanied by Mr. and us Mrs.far! :,r iur personally- you, that every I tvlfl v.der. flppr but*<1at 1. .the.- & G S.' l 10cIlDEALDOGFOODcns25c I :

Carpenter and Mr and :Mrs. T. T j.(vote uunty and rrl ftupport nii.. ( my Bradford j .


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PAGE SIX J ___ __ ___ BRADFORD COCNTT __. Jg, lat..
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/I Georgia Lifts r Murphy Tax State-owned certificates tw, ,7JT; ':*

FARMERS SECTION ', Ban Against ; LIVE STATE NEWS Law Studied old could when come the under law became Its terrm"rt'OItVp,,

Florida Stock By
In a third suit. Jose
-- -
I of Tampa sought to HH'I
comp i _
I ATLANTA. Dr, J. M. Sutton, TALLAHASSEE. Attorneys ,
State veterinarian, ordered liftedGeorgia I SHARK TEETII SALE FIRESTONE DIES attacked the Murphy tax: certificate borough Court Clerk, Ch.ns,. R

a cattle tick quarantine : said law In the Supreme Courton Culbreath to cancel 1937 i l.'X"H, J
STUART- C. L. Mooney a
Hints To Housewives I RURAL I' I against Florida livestock as far Chicago firm had placed an order Harvey the basis of a $2,410 claim property bought in by Vunun"under .,
I Firestone the rubber of
tick-free areus.I magnate the Timber Com .
I COMMON SENSE as it applied to with him for 200,000 shark teeth. against Stephens the Murpny law 'It"i, ,
The order permlta movement Akron Ot+lu, died at his winter that brought $6.20 net to the 1",1t
Weekly" from Home Demonstration I Mooney, associated with an Indus- pany before the new tax was lev ,. ,01|
-- I across the State line without dip- home here last week. Announcement state Leon County and special
Sp vlHllHst, Tallahassee I try here whose chief product Is 1 I The other case was
By :SI'UDS' JOHNSON:: all cattle horses mules I districts. bronchi iu,
ping shark hide sold the teeth would of Mr. Firestone's death was Tax Collector J. H. Hugh,,,
territory ,
M01'iiEt'Olt GOALS FLANS AS IMPORTANT / sheep or goats from Florida be used in manufacturing novelty. made by his son, Russell A. Fire- William Blount Myers Leon Sumter County against i'k
not infested by ticks, and rt- i ,
jewelry. stone. Mr. Firestone County attorney, opposed a mandamus -
was sixty- Roy Carnithers.
FOR FARMER: AS 1IIKVARK | mains In effect until further no- I Hughes n,BUKh,
By Virginia P Moore ----.---- nine years old last December 20 to compel Clerk Paul V to collect his regular five .
FOR ('ITFOLKS tlce, Dr. Sutton said. pn '?
Farm women who are active In I HOME: LOSS He had suffered from ill\ health Intermittently Lang to deliver the certificates bid fee on sales under term ,
"I i
' home Improvement have been busy I His action in effect made PALM BEACH.-- Police Chief in recent years but In at a Murphy bill ante for a to- Murphy lAV. the
setting bo be accomplished of has i l permanent a recent order sE'mt-1 tal of $47.
goals The Importance planning Joe Borman sold today Mrs Phil- bis health was good when he arrived -
in 1938. Women say "it la easy been emphasized more during the'| lifted the quarantine ip D. Hill, of London, prominent on hIs birthday for his annual He contended "to let the rertlficatea BUS SCHEDULE --"
cattle could be shipped
to net but accomplishing or ao prize
reaching our goal Is very difficult past few years than ever before, : to Florida for show purposes in-I golfer and wife of the British financier winter sojourn at his ocean front go for that would be an un- Soul hboune

because of lack of money to buy Government and all types of bus- I returned without dipping against)) had reported the theft of estate. funds.warranted" dlssapatlon of trust No. 205: -Due Slarke" 5:15 pm!!.

those things we have set us a iness have become cognizant of Its ticks. /1 almost S100.0OO in -jewels from her No. 207-Due Starke 11.45: n a
Palm Beach home sometime Sun- The delinquent tax: bill Myers No. 203
goal. Importance and have exercised The order followed the ruling by I said, was against I2ir: J pm.
day afternoon. WANTS NEW TRIAL property already No. 201-Due
One woman wanted running hotwatl"r. the Florida Supreme Court Febru-I starke 10:20: ,i.m.
sold to
in the the Federal
painstaking rare making TALLAHASSEE. Government'sResettlement
----- -- Mrs. :Mary
kitchen sink and at leant 4 permitting slaughter of NorthboundNo.
a I most effective and worthwhile I ary INMATE DE'ItE."ECHATTAHOOCHEE. : Vann, of Pensacola, forty-year- Administration for 202-Due
a "one-unit" bathroom and septic deer In four South Florida Starke 1:50:: pm
plans. tlCkY// Superintendent old grandmother, has asked the $7,728. No. 204--Due Starke 4
tank. When she checked over lastyear's ties Dr. Sutton said. :15 pm.
family expense sheet, she All this emphasis on planningIs Florida court ruled the laws J H Therrell said pros- Supreme Court for a new trial on This sale did not fall within the No. 208-.Due Starke 9:1A: \ p m
right and necessary, for no con pects of old age assistance have charges she plotted the wreck of scope of the Murphy bill's design No. 208- -Due Starke 3:00
found there had been much ex- mitting the slaughter invalidated I : im
function to .brought a decrease In the number railroad train In unsuccessful to get back on the tax books
cern or instltutlqn can I ill an prop- No. 214Due Starke
penile because of chills and fever. but it reversed Itself. 9-20: 'im
maximum achievement and satisfaction / I.of senile patients admitted to the attempt to kill her engineer-hus erty now overburdened with heavy Starke Bus
She found that the actual cash said understood : Agent: Bea j le\
Dr. Sutton he H
Florida state hospital here. Fig- band Mrs. Viinn boomttme levies, he argued.
without convicted
a definite ) was in Service Station
outlay paid to doctors and for opposite i t' 'I i
portions of the Florida coun- it.
medicine would have paid for the thought out plan, More well only ': ,urea complied by Chief Physician: Santa Rosa County of hiring two Myers and other attorneys attacked house.
ties of Osceola, Highlandssand.Glades ,
Orange, ] Stevens showed 125 the Murphy law
one-unit bathroom and Septic being exercised In planning Ralph patientsof negroes to remove a section of because -- -- -

tank, and at the same time, take programs than _before_ _but farmers __ i now are Infected. i this- -type were- admitted- in 1936 truck near Cottage Hill, In West they said! its actual, ..effect__ !In operation .- .... _. -. ,. -- -
are still behind the city [ while the number dropped to sev- Florida! in an effort to wreck her was unconstitutional, as in
the family out of the "red" as far ----- -- -- --- ,
as actual savings In money is con- workers in mapping out careful I i enty- lx in 1937. husband's> train and kill him. Earl this case, even though the court

cerned. Wages lost by the father 11 plans of operations. EMERGENCY; CROP LOANS --. Travis, of Penancola, a young twice had upheld Its validity in To Het Rid of Arid

and two older boys because of If there ever was a time when READY TO BE M\DE SOON:: I: CAMPAIGN UEGINS!: white man, was charged In the theory. and Poi.'IOn6u. Waste

chills and fever amounted to almost farmers could plant and work ---- I LAKELAND.-The State-wide same informatlona. He has not "You don't know what the prac- t>y Your ontantly kidneys filtering hoip. to kwp......yr>mat.,.-..,r!

: enough cash to Install the without consideration of market Emergency crop and feed loans i: campaign to raise $350,000 as been tried. tical operation of the act will be, functionally from the blood. If your k rinry r.t

seD tic tank and the bathroom 'noflRfhilitfpji and other tador8. for 1938, as authorized by the i Florida's quota toward establishing you won't know until next year or rrmovtj .....diBordor-sl tmpuritie, thou and fail m.y/ bit.
l unit that time Is long past and the farmer I Joint Resolution of Congress, ap- the million-dollar E. Stanley - -.- ---- the year after." pontonlng body-wide of filttrM.th. .",,1. ytttarn and

All members of the family are who stands the best chance proved February 4, will be avail- 1 Jones Educational Foundation on BRIDGE ItliFIT-OF-R'AYJACKSONVILLEDuval The Leon County attack on the .Burning, ...nly. or too fr*iu.nt urtttoJtfnn -

now busy getting rid of the cause of success Is he who studies his able to farmers shortly according the campus of Florida Southern Coun- entire structure of the disputed w bladder may dil'u.b.n.tot warning. of Mm kidney,

of those chills and fever the ma- farm, the markets, and other factors -i to a statement today by S. P. Lind- I College began Monday. John R ty now holds the deed to the first 1937 law was one of four cases pri You.t.til way haadarh auft r,attack nagging of barkarhe diulntMia,,

larial moHqulto. pertaining to farm economyand sey, Jr., Director of the Emergency I I Wright, local chairman said he parcel of land needed for the Gib- presented to the court Involving gvtting up aloha walling' pulflaM*
Ditches have been oiled In then makes a definite plan of Crop and Feed Loan Section of I was hopeful the Lakeland quota son Street approach to the pro- its Interpretation. Uytd under th oat.. .y_f.al. ....., ........, all

many procedure and follows it Intelli- the Farm Credit Administration.: would be reached In one week, nfti posed new bridge across the St. Another was brought by A. T In Buck eaaai It .U Wtt.r to nty. on a

sacks communities filled with by sawdust sinking and croker thor- gently.In Director Lindscy said the 1938 i er which the drive will radiate Johns River, The transaction will Parks to compel D. H. Sloan, Jr., vadldn claim baa thai oa h._. von UI''.lOuO, .laa* ,wars""d.
loans will be ;i rapidly throughout Florida. be Polk Circuit Court clerk, to offer bl* (u *. A mulU.
emergency crop
oughly saturated with old crank working out his plan for 'I officially closed when the $7500 td of weon. -v..Pil, :
case oil. The oiled bags should be farming, the farmer must considerthe made, as In the past, only to far i I, --- .fr I (the appraised price) is paid to for sale a tax certificate that be- >.**'.. Aim _. s.4, .... uss.t.s.d

weighted down in the stream if cost of production, the amount mers who cannot obtain credit 1 ROBBERS CONVICTED 'the owner, Mrs M. M.: Herndon, came two years old after the Murphy -

it is Inclined to be swift. A film' of labor involved, the volume of from any other source. The money 'i GAINESVILLE. Hugh Gant a widow. Payment will be recommended law went Into effect last
loaned will be limited to the and Alva Dewey Hunt today received June 9. The State contended
commodities in the to the Duval only
of oil will cover: the water surface prospect, mar- Board of
making an air-tight surface ket, and the possibilities for profit farmer's necessary and actual cash| sentences totalling twenty- County Commissioners at its sea- r

that will suffocate the small wlg- from his crops. If he does this, needs for growing his 1938 crops i five years each after a jury had slots tomorrow by County Engineer -

-gtersr .---- --- he.can...decide..whlch-cropa he will .maintaining: his livestock spent less than ten minutes In ad- John A. Long, The money FUNERAL DIRECTOR

There !is a campaign at this grow and how much he will pro- The largest amount which any judging them guilty of the rob- will come out of the surplus tolls My Many Year E'Itrl"nctl\l r' "It POI'lIlble-'or-\I'\ .to Render

time of the year to get rid of duce of each In order to obtaina one farmer may borrow from the bery of the Dixie County State from the present bridge now held

weeds, tin cans and old broken reasonable profit from his oper- emergency crop loan offices In Bank at Cross City on Jan. 14, by the commission, but the pay- EFFICIENT FKOMIT! and COURTEOUS SERVICE
dishes which hold water and make ations. 1938 la $400. The interest rate on 1936. Federal Judge A. V. Long, ment will have to be first officially PRICES ,
the loans is 4 percent a In passing sentence, ordered that approved by the DeWITT C. JONES :
such excellent breeding places for To assist the farmer In making year. Budget Com
they be confined to the federal Starkc Florida
mosquitoes. This helps In sanitation plans that will result In profit for The emergency: crop and teed mission.
I( penitentiary, In At- -.
"preferably .
and beautification him loans will be made -
work. by giving him information on as In former. Santa" -

The fly and hookworm cause prospective production, consumption years, by field representatives assisted -I ', '. .

great losses by Inducing more sick- production costs, and market- by local crop loan commit! -- r ,., ':' "' ." .
-- - ---- --- is the aim of tees the various : ." '
ing the agrlcu>ural' in. counties, Mr. '. '1.' I .
PALATKA-A $25,000 farmers'market ,.
economics department of the University Lindsey said. The work Is under! 1\ w

Beware Coughs 1 of Florida College of Agriculture -. the supervision of the Regional East was Palatka dedicated to give and openedat -..'. y "

State Experiment Station, I Emergency Crop and Feed Loan agricul-
from common colds and State Agricultural Offices of Columbia, South tural producers in Northeast FlorIda -
\.- I Service. Farmers who would like linn, t caro-I I a central place to sell their A FORD PRTCF t 1

That Hang On .... ___ ... ._ i .. .. produce. The Federal Govern-
in" uiHisiance or worKers or mesa - -
I i --
,r.--_.__ ment, through the Works Progress
r agencies in making plans 1
Ko matter how many medlalned may Administration supplied $15,000: ..
you have tried tor your cough chest readily obtain It from the office EXCELLENT PROSPECTS while Putnam County furnishedthe .j 1.
cold, or bronchial irritation you can of their county agent or from the SEEN:: FOR FOURTH FAT remainder of the is a
get relief now with Creomulsion. of money.
headquarters these agencies in I
Serious trouble may be brewing and Gainesville.To Thousands attended to hear AgrI-
you cannot afford to take a chance I cultural Commissioner Nathan
with any remedy less potent than keep step with the city worker I, JACKSONVILLE. Prospects Mayo, State Market Director Wil-
Creomulsiou. which goes right to the farmer must make effective for the fourth annual Florida Fat liam L. Wilson State LOW
the seat of the trouble and aids nature Marketing
to sooth and heal the Inflamed plans after careful consideration I Stock Show to be held here on Commissioner L. M. Rhodes, and h
mucous membranes and to loosen of the factors pertaining to his March 8 and 9 are excellent, ac- others speak

and expel the germ-laden phlegm. business cording to Walter J. Sheely, ani- PRICE'J
Even if other remedies have failed,
don't be discouraged try Creomulsion. I mal husbandman with the State SAYS BANK NIGHT ILLEGAL

Your druggist is authorized to ness. Rats and moths also cause Agricultural Extension Service In LAKELAND.Circuit Judge H.

refund thoroughly your satisfied money with if you the are benefits not i[I great loss. If every farm family Gainesville C. Petteway held theatre "bank ''J JAt

obtained from the very first- I would count the amount of feed "Cattle to be shown In this nights" "cash nights," "Screeno"and 'Jl l

bottle. Creomulslon is one word-not I| lout each year because of rats eat- year's show will be definitely bet- similar plans are illegal. He

two and it has no hyphen in it. ing grain peanuts, and sweet potatoes ter than those exhibited in the granted an injunction to restrain
Ask for it plainly see that the name and how much clothing is three preceding shows. In fact, a theatre here from conducting fTh
on the bottle is Creomulsion and
you'll get the genuine product and I I damaged by moths the family about 100 head of these cattle will weekly drawings. la a thirty-

the relief you want. (Adv) would be surprised. II I I compare very favorably with stock page decision, Judge Petteway de-
I shown in the International and clared the drawings and awards

American Royal shows," the Extension |. "constitute a lottery within the I
KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOMEMRS. worker aald. :. meaning of our Constitution." s :

Since the first show In 1935 Judge Petteway said his decision. .. tr
I L. 0, :McCABE, Lady Attendant Mr. Sheely pointed out, the num- i affects only the Lake Theatre I --

JACKSONVILLE, VIA. AUGUSTINE, FLA. ber and value of cattle exhibited here. However, he said, defense '.'

4'SV.. Church-Phone 5-15S8 SO St. George Phone, 27 each year have steadily Increased. attorneys indicated the case would

A total of 147 cattle which | be appealed to the State Supreme

sold for more than $11,000 were court and the ultimate decision

UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO.L. exhibited in the first show; 535: might affect all theatres In Flor-
cattle which brought more than ida.

C. McCABE, President, Jacksonville, Flo.I $43,000 to their owners were ex- .- --
l hibited in the 1937 show STATE'S OYSTER INDUSTRY i

Industrial Life Insurance In addition to their chances of JACKSONVILLE. --- The WPA ;

0, I. MAPI', Representative winning premiums and awards may seek to revive the Florida

I for their stock, farmers who exhibit oyster industry. Robert J. Dill, s

+._-_._ I cattle In the show will ob- Florida administrator, will pre-
:: tain good prices for them. plans for such a project to
I officials In Washington next week.
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: .. I - --.- Employment would bo r
.. ---- given to
;. .
1L .. .. I s. ,aa a-tI
; about
1,600 workers at an estimated -
Townsend Says cost of $500,000. Dill said the

I L"c'p \1 1I 1i He Will Serve 000 project barrels calls of for seed planting oysters 1,600-and Henry Ford produced in quantity the Low prices go hand in hand with low

Jail SentenceDr. 400,000 barrels of live shell in first good low-price car, made motoring operating costs. The Standard "60," especially
some 40 counties. Florida's oyster -
i possible for millions more people, and gives the best in all
i Francis E. Townsend, old fisheries have declined Dill gas mileage

: I age pension advocate, told a Ros I. said, because there has been little brought all car prices down. Ford history. Owners' reports show
'p I enberg, Ore., audience he would effort to maintain the supply : -
GOODYEAR TIRES "take my medicine" and serve a depleted by storms and other 34 years later, Ford cars still hold to averages of 22 to 27 miles a gallon. You

thirty-day jail sentence for con- causes. the low-price principle. The new De can fill the tank once and drive all day-

SHELL GASOLINE & OILS I tempt of the National House of __ ninfr -.-. r Luxe Ford V-8 is
EXPERT: REPAIR Representatives. LABOR FOR 1'EPPER priced low. The 300, 400 miles, if you like
:r.tIAMI.-WlIllam Green president Standard Ford V-8 with thrifty "60" Both
i Gordon Ware, national repre- cars have the same mechanical

REGISTER MOTOR CO. sentative In of Oregon the Townsend said "Dr. organization Town-- Labor of the, announced American labor's Federationof sup- engine, costs even less. And 'all"; Ford excellence, the same 112-inch wheel.

send feels he port of Senator Claude Pepper in prices include essential equip base. Both
PHONE: lOS I can do the pension his provide value a* high(
movement more good by .going to campaign for re-election. RaisIng ment-bumpers "'
spare tire, cigar their
jail for thirty days and keeping the matter himself spontaneously as prices are low.Drive theft

I his typewriter busy" in his press conference at lighter,twin horns and other items. and see., There's a dealer near you.
Afk f the conclusion of the AFL execu-
"I certainly am not going to appeal tive
I council's sessions Green remarked -
the case and I would like to
: "It Is not for the purpose

be see sion them plan put advocate me In said.jail," the"It pen-will of meddling of Florida in the-political I have situation no- DE LUXE FORD V. Q STANDARD

the biggest political blunder
thought on that matter nor would :
ever made.
I attempt to interfere in the polit- ii
Dr. Townsend was Indicted for ical affairs of this great State-

contempt after he walked out, In but I want to say for the-,benefit -
1936, on a House committee !investigating of those friendly to labor that we
his. movement to have hold Senator in
high regard.
the Federal government pay $200a He has faithfully and J. W.
month to the aged. steadfastly supported labor legislation ANDREWS JR.
His conviction was affirmed by
sponsored by the AFL and ,
b------ the District of Columbia Court of the voters may decide for them-
-?-l I Appeals yesterday. Starke
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GUM BRANCH ,! FLA. STATE FARM Beach and Belle Glade Mrs.

Annie Man. Hurnngr, 'or. I \:; Fancher's sister, of Tallahassee
!OB JONES ORDU6ttBRED I TheLetter 1 Mrs. Bryan \VhlttlelJ, Cor. Mrs. Carlton, accompanied them

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey and [ Mr. and Mrs. J. O Caldwell and
On Here Mrs. L. O Sheffield and Mrs! .T.
I lomments Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yarbough were : Box. A Bouvier were guests of Mr. and children spent Sunday with Mr.

And Hereafter dinner guests Sunday of Elder and rwifr: DON CRY $1 Mrs Cecil McRae: In Mcintosh Caldwell'a... parents at Ocala
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Mrs. J. E. Anderson, of Lake Gen I \ Brooker, Fla.February during the weekend 1JN.\\.OIt\BLE!--- --- ----

'iJ/ te / wn liz,MfTR oOLDW/N MAYER Prcfurr Mrs. L. Keene and her children, LIKES
la his natural state floes eva.Mr. 12 1938 .
Ian modern book
psychology publishes
and Mrs B. M. McRae and of Jacksonville, were the Sunday
wish to H\lmlt that he la a fal- children and Mra. II. M. McRae of HALSEYRAINES I Dear Editor: guests of.Mr. and Mrs W J. Over- the following list showingsome
Please allow In
me your
creature, but In his actions Pine Level were visiting: relativesIn I I to tell the people apace of district street. During the afternoon Mr. of the typical sources of annoyance
[had to admit that the race died this section Sunday.Mr. Sir teter CuUerton: and his Pooknh why I didn't attend the my last and Mrs. Overstrect and their to people. And It Is Interesting

'J |Adam. We hear a great deal I and Mrs, J. F. Shaw and I young grandson Roger coming The presiding steward and the School Board meeting. I children and their visitors drove to note that everyone

"Y 'talk about disarmament. They children of the State Farm and I to America on borrowed : two placing Judges were talking !I! It was because of very serious to the nursery at Glen St. M ry. Is preventable:

141 us that If we have a big armyp.'lid Mr. and Mrs. W C. Conner of Ris- fund. for one last. try at the together in low voices as he ar-,i sickness. This was the first meet- Claude Johns, W. C Pendly and "A person In an automobile I

a big navy we will fight. We ing were dinner guests of Mr. and International prize horsernclug I' rived. Something was In the air '', Ing I have missed since I have been I II. M. Rlcharde enjoyed a bird am driving telling me how tl)'

(trtil have war. If we have to Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sunday cup, engage Tlmnrtle that much was evident serving on the board and I hope hunt near Macclenny\. Friday and drive. A person coughing In my

dltarm to keep fighting, that la all Miss Arsula Crosby of Risingwas Donovuii, a headstrong butloyal "Donovan we don't like the ride : that no one will think hard of me Saturday. face A person telling me to hur-

lib* proof we need that the na- the guest of Miss Helen Nor- youngster, to ride their you gave The Pookah" said the ', under the circumstances. I Tulmudge Parrish and his fatherof ry when I am already hurrying."A .

$Lena: of this earth are composed man Sunday. mount. Feigning desperate first steward, coming bluntly to Respectfully Orlando, spent the past weekend person continually criticizing

omen' and women who belong to Mrs. Cfdrlca Hutchinson, of Illness., Tlnirnle's Hchrmlng fa- the point. i I E. J. Lewis I with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Markham something A person belching

attallen| race. A Christian man Apopka and Mrs. L. L. Conner ther summons the boy to him "What. was the matter with :j I ____.___ ___ A person crowding In front of ma

will have no greater temptation were visiting Mr and Mrs. J. S. and says the only way he can it ?' rejoined Timmle. |! RISING Mr and Mrs J. M Bradley had Instead of waiting turn in line. A

i to1 fire a cannon than he would a Sapp .Sunday afternoon.Mrs. provide money and !lave his ,I "You deliberately held that !! their son Jack Bradley, of Georgia person bragging about himself. A

''milall pistol. It nations were H. M. McRae spent Monday life IN to throw the Rldgemure horse back until it was too late to I MM| Edna Lewis, Correspondent us their guest Sunday. person being a poor loser in a

[Christian and the citizens were night ,with her son-in-law and Handicap a trial rare. Torn make a move," was the answer. j I Mrs. T. G. Mills and her little game. A person cheating in a

[dot naturally depraved, then you daughter, Mr. and Mrs. T N. between his natural honesty I "Who did? cried Timmle. "Ii I I Lester Shaw, of Jacksonville and, daughter, Alice Ann are visiting game. A person continually talk-
was the dinner guest Mr.
could put a soldier every eighteen Norman.J. und his feeling that he may be handled him just like I was told I 1 relatives In Chattahoochee.Mrs. Ing about his illness A person

I Inches around any government in S. Sapp and. sons, F. S. Sapp responsible for his father's I to. You saw me go to the whip Mrs. W. C. Conner, and Monday. R. C. Drew entertainedfour being Inquisitive about my personal .

a 1:he world and he would have no and Eldon Sapp, were visiting Elder death If he falls him, Tlmmleugreea. coming Into the stretch didn't Mrs Dave Poulk daughter tables of bridge players Wednesday affairs A person In conversation -

{temptation!! to shoot people. Men J. E. Anderson of Lake Geneva / you ? Can I help it If the horse I Fay, of Jacksonville, are visitingher afternoon in the Woman's with me not paying atten
Mr. and Mrs. Walter
ire naturally sinners. Some are Saturday afternoon. didn't have nothln' ? If he won't parents I Club room which was decoratedfor '

t thieves, some are murderers, some Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kirkland, CHAI'TKR SEVEN run It ain t my fault, Is It?" Underhill the occasion with bowls of tion."A person who Is eating at the
are David said Jr., of Starke spent Sunday with Cricket was pounding some an- I Mr and Mrs. Joel Jackson and
adulterers and in "Listen Donovan." saM the first pansies ae d l calendula The valentine table criticizing the food. A host-
his Mr. and Mrs. J. T. stout bn the i Mrs. J. L. Jackson, of Jacksonville
tils haste "All men are liars. parents, onymous gentleman steward. "We haven't any positiveprool' I motif was carried out In ens" repeatedly urging me to take

Some wag said, "He didn't have Kirkland, Sr. back ns Roger returned sombrely but we've watched enough I visited Mrs M J. Fonts the tallies, bon bon and refreshments Home food that I do not want."' -

[to, be In a hurry to say it. He Mrs. Henry Norman and mother to the Calverton box. races to have a good Idea when Saturday. I and table covers. As holder David Denslow The Florida Al-

[could take his time and It still Mrs. Kersey, of Heilbronn were /'Hey, look, everybody!" she things aren't on the up-and-up. Sidney Jackson, of Jacksonville, of high score Mrs. P. D. Fancher ligator.

'. would have been true." All sins dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. cried. "They're right at the post!" We're giving you a warning" visited W. C. Conner, Saturday I received a beautiful sewing basket -

are simply branches which grow S. Supp, Sunday. "This is the first time I ever beta ,I Odom Crawford, of Jacksonville and an attractive sport handkerchief --

'-yon) the trees of fallen nature. The Mrs T. N. Norman is on the horse on the nose," said Mother The telephone on the stand rang. is visiting Tommie Lewis. I WitS awarded to Mrs. H. TRAIN 8CHE CI.K:
The second steward the
::only hope for man Is a new birth, sick list this week. We hope hera Ralph.A receiver."What's. picked up I Mr. and Mrs. William Sapp and M. Rlchardi, holder of low prize. Schedule of trains arriving here

"Except be born we can- speedy recovery. sudden from the crowd children and Mrs. Sue Sapp visited The
we again roar I Woman's Club, under the dally. Subject to change without
that? he asked. "Sir
not see the kingdom of God." ---.--- coming simultaneously with the Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner, direction of Mrs. Vance Geiger as notice.
Peter Calverton? A heart attack
iUnregenerated men have no epic NEWlIVEll starter's shot drown out the noiseof recently. chairman of the finance committee utbbou"d-Dlle Stark

,Stud apprehension. They think Dorothy Sapp. Correspondent the pistol. Roger leaned for you "say? Well, keep us informed Early Ormsby and Mr. H. P. sponsored a bunco party lust I I No. 1--Local-____-- 11:23: : p. m.
[In the terms of self-preserva- ward and strained his eyes to Fonts, of Lakeland, were dinner Friday night for the teen age No 15Local9:30: p. m.
Timmle all moment
|,eon: selfish interests, and self- The Rev. C. C. Crosby filled his catch every bit of action. The before pugnacity a about the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. H. boys and girls of the Farm. Following No. 107-Through____ 10:0:5: : a. m.
suddenly forgot
H. Lewis. returned home !In
Bh pleasures. regular appointment here Sun- Pookah had got away to a badstart charge that had been, thrown at They the games refreshmentswere No 191--ToMlaml__ 10:39: p, m.
the afternoon,* accompanied by
\ served.
Northbound-Due Sturkw
him. Sir Peter Calverton the
day.Miss Mrs. M. J. Fonts and Mrs. J. L.
('The old preachers used to talk Ella Mae Manning, of "What's the matter with that man who trusted him who had Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin visited No. 2--Local-___--_ 3:30: a. m.

,.' great deal about total depravity. Starke, spent Wednesday night Tlmmle Donovan?" exclaimed j I been implicitly relying on him to Mrs. E. C. Hobbs. of Orlando Mr and Mrs. Harold C. Wallin No. 16 Local_ .--_- 11:28: a. m.

-Men say now they do not with Miss Dot Sapp. Mother Ralph. "Asleep at the guide The Pookah home to victory I visited her husband over the weekend Tallahassee during the week. No. 108-Through__ __ S.03: p. at.

Itoelleve In total depravity. All A large crowd attended the peanut 'post, he is!" now the shock of knowing, here. Miss Rosa Lee Dunbur spent the No. 192-Through___ 6:29: a. at.
at the home of Mr. I past week-cnd with her parents in Sturke and \Vunnee Hi-inrh
'prthodox people believe In total Sir Peter hands tensely clutch- or suspecting something Miss Ruth Goodman of Brooker
[Depravity whether they realize it and Mrs. Oscar Crosby's Saturday ing the rail, pressed his lips together "What's that about Sir Peter?" ; visited her grandmother, Mrs Daytona.The No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m.

&;Or not. When we say a man Is night but said nothing. he asked sharply I J. W. Drlggers recently. Woman's Club met in regular No 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p. m.

. |;totally depraved we do not mean Mr. and Mrs. Dave Richard, of Around the first great arc sped "They're taking him to the General ---.---.-.------ session Tuesday afternoon Seaboard Airline Railway.T. .
; that that man under our present Lake Butler, were visiting: relatives the flying racers. Turning Into the Hospital. He suddenly col I Mrs. Woodward and Mrs. Townsend J. GRIFFIN, Agent.

civilization commit every here Sunday backstretch, The Pookah had failed 1 lapsed at the finish of the race." 110A 7'fJAIN as hostesses had charge of
find of sin. We simply mean that Miss Dot Sapp was visiting In :\11'''. /. Z. irlffli. Correspondent, the soclnl hour.

t.nan born In this world Is minus Luke City Friday night I Mr. and Mrs W. C. Pendley had rherkn

God. There Is no divinity In him. M.' F. Wiggins and M. I. Sapp rJ. .e Arch Prevail, who Is employed as their guests for several days 666 COLDS
In Jacksonville, was visiting his during the week Mrs. E. O. Fra- .
sin committed were business visitors to Gainesville .n"FEVER
Uiy ever by '
anypmn pi Around the first
Monday. great I'f family the past week-end. sler. of Macclenny
could under the proper provoqcatlon
and temptation be com- ----.--. T- arc sped thejlying Joe Griffls Jr. of Clay County Mrs. J. C. Booker Mrs. W. H. Liquid, TiiblrlK flr.t riarHnlie

..mltted by any other unregenerated HIGHLAND HJ racers. was visiting Harvey Gainey, Sun' Williams and little Miss Betty Williams None llrnpN llruilx-br.au.
BV>MM" -- "j I Jay. were visitors to the nursery -
I:man. "Why did I do so and so? ''_
Try "Hub-Mr-Tlmi! Uorlil'n lint
Miss 1\(. E. Crews, CorrespondentMrs.
have heard men behind prison I a I Mr and Mrs Dan Broeei of at Glen St. Mary Thurday.Mr. Llnlmrnt

bars Jacksonville, spent Thursday of and Mrs S. D. Fancher have
lies in say Women from fine faml- Fred Clarkson, Mrs. Ruby 5Jt I. last week with Mrs. Arch Pre- returned to their home here after

my evangelistic meetings Gay and Bobby Gay, of Jackson vatt and 1 friends of Lee Lllke.I an automobile trip to the southern ('. Easy To B* Mistaken About
ive. ..sobbed out their hearts in
\, ville, visited J. F. Marr and family Mrs. Lizzie Lee and children of part of the state that Included
I'lnqulry; rooms and said, "How I JiOMACH TROUBLES'omnch
here Sunday.M. Bethel! with relatives Bok
:could I commit such sins?" We I t spent Sunday stopovers at Tower, I'ulmcllLh'en
Carter wus a visitor to I In this section. BufTerem: should learn the
forget that the greatest sin that I
Starke Sunday. Miss Ruth Morrell visited ruth about ULCEitS. GAS ACI1
were' visiting Mr. and Mra.\ ,
|Ulan can commit Is the sin of '
Mrs. Leslie Griffls and baby of'' friends !INDIGESTION: belching.huartburn.on'.Unation .
ot loving God Man In his nat- Maxville visited relatives here C j at I Belmore Sunday. M. D. Carter Saturday night. etc., due toe\cvw> fcii Miss Gladys Lee. of Bethel, was Henry Curler. Is spending several ?
J lira I state does not love God. He r ULH1A Booklet contain* CHIla
tics no affinity for God. When Sunday. a i visiting Thelma Prevatt the past days In Jacksonville with rela >f interest TheOth edition jumotTlhar
Mrs. Nelson T. Green and chll' I Lt
week-end. lives. n, may prove your first step to hap
is born becomes
gian again he a drcn spent Saturday here with her a to that Mrs. J K. L. 'ystomsi'hcomfort!Clip this remind
ti Mr.
t I Sorry report and Mrs Bryant Redding of
< ,
fchlld of God ,
and has
an affinity / "a to ask for the UDGA Booklet at
mother, Mrs. II. C. Wimberley I
< Grlffls Is confined In Gaines the State
J/or his Father He loves God. I j 4 a Perm were visiting his
returned from
J. Williams
;Qnly & Christian can sing "Oh Iblow I Jacksonville Wednesday after" rs ville hospital. .. mother Thursday CAIU'ENTEU'S IHtI'U STOVE

: I love Jesus." A sinner may | spending several days there with'' --

1 ead God. He may look up into I Ijjie relatives t'. EVEKG11RKNMr ,
sky and think of judgment day Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter and to Improve his position. Cream His mind a confused and selfaccugRtory V. A. Rosier, Correspondent

hen he has to face divine Jus-! children spent Sunday here with Slice Featherton and Hop Sklt- bundle of thought For Expert RepairingSmith's
the latter a long shotwere divid- Timmie stumbled. away He rush Mr and Mrs. Jack Brunner. and
Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter.W. .
HOW TO rO TO SLEEP ing honors between them. On ed to the jockey room changed Dewey McPherson of Mnxville
E. Marr of Jacksonville vis I
old[ eyes wide open. Sleep t-ouiHA they went for another hundred from riding habit to street clothes spent Sunday here with their
ited relatives here Sunday.Mr. .
.qulIdy. If lilHitdrr Irregularity yards, The Pookah still last. then started for the telephone aunt, Mrs. J. S. Rosier
v Ykos you up do t tlllKKH 1. ANHliaH and Mrs. Thedo Norman, of
oxreNx kidney Melds.| | 3. llunt11 week-end of "Shouldn't he be making his booth outside In''' the hall. But Mrs. Leslie McClellan and children GaragePhone
Baldwin, were guests
flush wit I I\HVI Thl help re- asked what good l was it to 'phone ? No, mother
Grandfather? were visiting her ,
move now
Jleve the lirltatluii that wakes you Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Norman.
FuV>, recant HC Hilly low I frequent| Roger, a worried look 90 his face. he must hurry to the hospital and Mrs. R. H. Futch, near Lawtey,
j?deelru, binningor backache *tletf'SSc find out positively how Sir Peter .
worth or g'eelt, tablet cuntuluiJntr lookup I "He should have made It, Roger Wednesday.Mrs. 120
bilchn IPBVKH, junlpr oil, etc tlce. But a Christian can ," answered Sir Peter heavily.On was I doing. Shipman Sapp and 1 children .
|:Junt say BuketB. the Klein.HVIU-- Into the face of a Just God
The face of the operator at the spent Sunday afternoon with her
u&nt to any drufrtflHt and get a and call Him "Father." Remember swept the horses, Tlmmle Wrecker Service Day Night
,, geed nlKlitH nli>ei>. l.mnlly ui I'AUnnrtj was apparently using the butt ot reception desk In the hospital was mother Mrs. J. S. Rosier or
NTLIL'N STOHI2 -:. man in his unregenerated
Pookah I expressionless and non-committal. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and
state Is not a child: of God. He his whip to stimulate The .
; Dealing out news good, bad or -
efforts. From the
to renewed
Is child of the devil. We become
WAY RELIEF a stands no one could possibly have Indifferent was the order of the he could have obtained the moneyhe ?i?sefei>i&!&sf> ;Ji:
children of God by the power of
told that it was all a clever cam day and something that had to b.. needed l some other way And ,
birth. The Bible nowhere
FOR THE MISERY OFCOLDS a calls new any man God's child unless ouflage. Despite Timmle's care to handled with as little emotion as who wag the doctor what kind of I THE! WORLD'S GOOD NEWSwill

the man has been born again. hold his steed back the Calveitonentry possible. man was he, to sanction this way come to your home every day through

did surge ahead past one "Did you want something?" she of getting the needed funds to-
then another of the contenders. asked, when Tlmmie stood there gether? A sudden wave of suspicion

IT IS DANGEROUS Eut at the finish Hop Skit (the confronting: her for a minute Unable engulfed Tlmmle. Suppose An Inltmalinnal Daily fffnvifafrr
It record for the world Mann,
you eonmruntlv domstii Thft Monitor I
II' IN I'l'l'i': (or IMHI J"Nt c.. make three or clique) was about length ahead olld you tell m., he gulped something behind It beside what but d'Mls oorrncetvftlr w.th: them Pnnturff* for busy loin and nil the
fourrut* ii rr. 1 heat nNnetni !lone them. mid run lace of the f'eld.' Featherstone was slowly, "if His Honor[ Is okay" had appeared on the surface? The _..__ 0__ ___. ______ __ .. ___nnn____.______.
I I yuiir htiMliirft. ems In worth Three second, Cream Slice third, and The "Ills Honor" echoed the oper- horse his father had wanted to Chr'itlmi 9cf.nre! piibllihln" SocKly
: or, .four ttmfn .MM mush nw H Nl lis'l"I.I'l win had One,. Norouir el'rest,. Hmton. M..mchu.etlPlenie .
'xef Til.OLD. Pookah snorting as though he ator blankly Hop Skit actually capIUled -
enter my ubfcrlptlon to Th Chrlatlan Science Monitor for
---- --- know" muttered the race. Could It be -
realized he could have won If he'd "fir Peter you possible a period of
I tee, Au no A month, M no 1 months *3 3* I month 7Aftv.'cCn. .
MATTRESSES! MADE been handled' properly, trailed In Tlmmie. that he had been duped by a I. .c.ij: :.uue lr..uJ.ua: &>.>u.lne Sect.... 1 year 13.3J. a ,OIoUO i J3e
fourth place. "Sir Peter C'alvcrton'" The oth- pair of clever tricksters?
NEW KeKurdle. of condition I It bad of Nama.__.________.__________________..__._.___.._____
the was to think
New Mattresses Made to order Just us the racers passed 'r seemed to hesitate, the roving, enough

Let us convert your old mat judges' stand Sir Peter suddenly flexible pupils of her eyes con the tragedy as one that had resulted ,1 Addre,0t _.____u___. .. ----u.---u.-..
tress Into new type inner spring I swayed backwards in his seat tracting just the barest fractionof from an Ill-advlspd plot to t Semplt t.P .<;Rryawa /

mattress. Our prices are rea Vainly he tried to rise, his head n degree. "Are you a relativeto save his father's life. But If hisfather .
I *!&!:i&i43eiiGf&f son able, Satisfaction Guaran dropped forward."It Sir Peter Calverton? I really hadn't been In danger
-- -
teed. wasn't Tlmrole's fault," Roger "No, I'm just a friend" answered I .-"if his honor as a Jockey and

Quick Service was saying reassuringly "Next Timmie. He looked at her, and j jill Sir Peter's life had been sucrlI I ? -r .. J r
Take 3 lAYIt ASPIRIN tablet and time he 11 know J Just what to do." at once the truth dawned on !I (iced to further the plans of aii i igt.oup .. ,cJwio'

treatment drink a roll In eau 2 noun.IF et. water. Repeat Mattress CompanyFactory I He turned and gasped as he saw him the reason why she had asked i! of gangsters Tlmmie i v )UR\.HILD

threat It tar frem the cold, : Sin Park St.. Sir Peter's strained, deathly paleface If he was related. [ couldn't bear to think along those 'I L .

crush and stir 3 IAYIR ASPIRIN JACKSONVILLE, FLA. "H. ain't --you don t mean he-" lines any further. But he was,

ta'ttete In3 giau of water. Gargle We 1'01for\ and delher; Just ; "Grandfather!" he cried. "What Timmie couldn't, finish, but now he I resolved that, come what might, /"' I 1 1.if":1 f R\ [ I Ii/ cI.ild i I. eleven old

r twice.tareneie Thle eaiee almost throe Inetantly.rawaeieand drop us a card. I III It," He leaped to the aisle could read the unmistakable message he would' learn the absolute: M 1" 1..,-I I I I' )I'jl t 4 1 you your can asame his education year by or a younger rcmina!,

"Quick'' A doctor!" in the attendant's eyes. truth. \ Z monthly dtpos-t; wilh us. W*will send check
I I r
f All it usually costs to relieve the PE.CESD CONTENTMENT' One of the ushers ran forward. : With a muttered phrase of apology On and on the boy trudged It : I .. : > to him every month while he I* In college! < .
j misery of a cold today is 3 to FOR THE BABY who hurriedly begun to rain, a fine subtly .
He called to an official, for his Intrusion, his features penetrating dev.ainakelh.pr.miumd.poaitaforyouyou
I 5r relief for the period of your I
| cold 13< to 251. Hence no family "When'Ollll'h.sour, ha rlxlntri l>liM naturally Indicate an will inset; !bat summoned the track physi reflecting the sharp stab ot pain ;i iI drizzle. He paid nr heed W1.,11'1 :Ii. ;. U dio or become disabled before/ paring 't
minor head that him the boy to it. He suddenly realized that I Ij it .!f.
need neglect even nrnM and" I .1"PI.l.| l they will i-ry | swept through up your
\ colds. birnUMH they feel mliwabl Torottmo I' clan.Mother Ralph, terribly upset, I wandered down the hospital steps. j\ he was very near Mother Ralph's : Send for cur Iree booklet on cub at .
t their mmny IN 1 nNitlan I ttlvo ups
Hi-re In what to do: Take two them Ml1e..'" Baby. Kllxlr It l is. tried to help the British sportsman He was unaware of the direction house That was the last place'he antc.uv! i-i.alional; institutions.
'. -JAYIiH tablets when you feel a made of mllil Ingredient that will' There was nothing she could i he was taking he only knew that'\ wanted to go and he turned in i-:: J
enid with a full Rms -
ronnng on Booth the ntnmiu-h. aid illirti-'Ion, .
', of n ater.Then repeat,if necessary and help to check ulniple. dlanhea.. do nor could she drive the fright. he must keep walking. the opposite. direction
i according to directions in each It taut* "good and IM a big ntep I i ii ened look, by anything she said For a moment an Impulse struck Sir Peter's final words of encouragement SJGNJ ..
toward 1 rt-xtfiil steep ant better food 1 ,. ttr7a .- 'til _ ..;
phasc. Relief comet rapidly. i i aMNlmlluilon i'tkr 3 l3i and 60uI a from Roger face In a momentthe him to return to the hospital, see as he handed him ? :

The Buyer method of relieving l>..ttl". I doctor had arrived. He looked Sir Peter as he lay there cold and the good-luck! emblem before the GULF LIrz ...% .. :.
doctors I MAIL H
f t colds approve is. the Von way take many Bayer Aspirin GOITRE at Sir Peter, felt his pulse and grim, '!.nd speak out the words race, rang In his ears. He was | Jacksonville. .ai'u.t I

for relief then if you err not whNpered something to an usher that were burning In his mind, the one person in the world, -he : ) /

improved promptly, you call the i MAKE THIS QUICK TEST : who ran to telephone for an ambulance torturing him. But It was too late and Roger- -who had placed complete TODAY 1 Gentlemen '.. '* I Iiit

; family doctor. net a email bottle SerboI-Quailrupl, now Sir Peter wasn't there to faith In him. He had been / Please end .. va-n "'J\r-E .formatiola.

a goitre colorlenN apply liniment twIce daily.For It quickly Mtnipl "Is It very serious?'. begged hear. Roger would be too overcome like his own father ought to have '1 ft I folder on ChiM! t-i3..on.: : I

Hupplle Hubuliiitca needed by the Roger anxiously The doctor patted with sorrow to know or care j been. Like he had 1 always hoped
thyroid gland. ThntiHand have> been I his: father might be. And he had f)u"- I I
him the shoulder and it wouldn't be fair to
7 relieved Get more Information. at on re- Anyway ;;;;,;;---- -- -- -------------
mont drug .t..rea. Note-: Mr. ... II. plied with some evasive phrase. confront him with the addition 1 betrayed him.
y Baker, Bol rl(. Dunedin, KU. nays, ( 1 -------------------
gas u, "I wan relieved 11 years ago. I will Tlmmle meantime had been sum shock of the truth about the race. i| For the first time In years tears -= I IFREE

total I Ia I tell "or write mr xporlvnuei to any- moned to the referee' stand the If he only hadn't listened to hi.fatber' streamed 'down Timmle's cheeks ;----------;;.:-------- .
? rial. OOZZM 2S. Htvre.on' *. L.uraily at (.arpeat.r'e itrug moment he alighted from The I- wild pleading Certainly ) (To B. Continued) I --- ---- -- -- ...

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II.i Mirths or I less.The .. iiiiiint, log to $107.23. by irertlflvu.ti. \i-,

; taxes to be Hold are evidencedbv Said tax. certificates toorethor with Hi"ctlvly, and r"I'| .

Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Star. .... Nat, 125 ,und 558 (or all xubxeiiuent onIU..r LeviedtitisS for the yearn' : i ,
1927 ..tfl..I.remiecllvoly, nnd represent will be ..', highestbidder ,ulunlve """U"llnl, ,
ling. Starke, girl. Jan. 29. the unpaid, taxes. for 'the nt the 'nurlhou..l' door In vHuld tan ,"
Thornton 1924 both'Inclut-lve, Sin( he on til 41' h., day ,of 111..b. all Hul>Heitipnt ,
Mr. and Mrs Carl ,, years | onnitdxeH '
ainiMMitliiff:: : $:2'1.\2. A. l>. I 11131. I II.Ill I :( o'rnd. A. will. he Miil' l I ,

AND Starke, boy February 6. ) N'':of 4 of RW'/i' In l>. the Ilh. of J''ob., bidder at the Conn,,, ,

Mr. and Mrs James \\'. Home Hec C'a.'a. Tp: B 8. It. M M. contnlntnir A l I'. 1\:11: Starko on I. Ii I 1
20 Hcrei more or ICHH. lOI"I"H'I.I. SHAD 1(1115.( ul 11 : ,
I In cm boy Fe.l>rui" 11. 0'11 ,,
nipt ry J.
evidencedbv Paled I hiM
The tAxes to tin Hold Art 'l'I1MAI the I l I.i "
f around ,'orllfII'DI. Nox.. 114 In.1 (lull of I Clerk I)I Court of A. l>. IH.'IM.OFFICIAL: _

'\ ) anti DATA (JIVEN 1'iSA I!' and 1ll.'ii 1 :':' respective, ) nnd' reureMvnt H"Mdto'd" 1 ('ou III y, Florida ( SP\I.! )
." ELECTION Ih. uiipalil, taxeff: for the 3-IM-8I-3-4. A. J. 'TIIO.M

: year' 1H27 to I r!137, hot h |Inc1.lv. -_. I'lerk of (Mn,
\OTIO1 OK 1.1.1 01-" fl'.\\ ,
from lo $53.55. I' ItriiIfcrd ,
">"! '
1 1A (Continued From Page One) 110"Illnl
I : BK'i of SHii" of NH'4In ( .':'I''I'1'1':" S-18-Dt-.1-4.

_ on be filed from April 21 through H.et. 12. Tp. I H 23 K.. con- ('rlrl ("'I'N that

: !I St. April 24 and third expense statements '"lnlll. 10 ucreH. It or lent. P.t., Itanxett. nan filed with me. 1 O'I'|'U'|] or KIM':: 01 I ,,
tf"(>H to be xold are evidencedbv written rwiucHt that I he tax certlfIrutcH ('I'It'I'lFI4' % I' .,
) the from May 25 through June certIficate No.,.. 95 nnd KK4 of towether with I I ul I I NUhxetiuenlomitted :N11T1CM IH IIIOUIOI'OiiiKvn :" \

( : City 3. 1929 and 1933 ..e"'ct"ely.' and ....1'- I I or levied I,,. held by the Townn him fii, i ,
""",'nt th. Inl'R I for I heyears State be nd"','rl Ieetl nit,) ..old I to I thehlHliext I Written reifiieHt Him' i M.Icnton i,

Statements: of political workers 1927 to 193. both Indu..lvo.nmnlnt' bidder for caxh ax. provided together with, I n I ,

must be filed not earlier than '", to 'Gt.4. bv t'hn ,'em' 1 IK2II6 of the Dill iictnf ninlltud or levied la.\i i ,"i i

club AT.RO: of lit>, of of the 1.,11.1.1..0. upon the follow- Stale be ittiverl Iced l .ii"', !
n : May 25 and not later than l'o "V'1 InK .
.al estate In Ihe bIdder ,
d..M"II..d for
WIn 12. Tp. B 22 hllh..t "'u-I li ,
at the June 3. S I H, containing 1.. 10 acre, more or, ('o'f"y' I 1" , IdA. to-wit
: I ll'NU.The. : of '. ,
r 1..I\'I.lutll. up'n I
0'1'11'1'1 ; ;I.M op TVKlt'llPM' \ taxes to old are evl ; done :\ ()Io' hI. & ,
... Jinn W Tur n Hear.thence 0(7 of .
( VI KVOTICR : by .l'lIfll'nt. No. 228 of 113r. 1ldrc."r."nt Hi 710f ft 1'lr: 1'aH"rd, MI" ,
i iJ IS limiKUr I: IIlVI'::-I that the unpnld, the hway Ida, to-wlt:
thenceV '
yearn 1934 In 11117. both 'Inclusive to (. t. Hec I.ln. ( 5ill. 200 ft W of XK i iof .
t M U Jrlnei, nan filed! with me Thence, N 3M2 ft
written, reqiienl. (hut the tax certlfiiaten .ainniintlnir, to $17.43. land line NWiof *Kof \'i ,
thenre N
ALSO !.ot 41 In Wonrtlnwn In leI8.62 A..r.., H ft. W fl. S
together, with all\ Hiibxequentomitted : 21 101
Hi'O 2U .
1 1t ; hid or levl'-d. *taxed. held hy I heqtstp ,. H't. I 14. Tp. 6 8. n. 23 K., contalnlnR muting 9 Tp.AcreaThe A I. I K.. con- 10.!) tn SeiIt. .'s
22 :
he advertised and Hold, to thehighest 10 Aries, more or I@"H. K..
off Milder, tot' each an. provided The taxen to be Hold are evidenced taxes tn l he saId are evidenced The taxes to be nold <
I Chapter I8i:: or the IW acts i bv cnillflcate Now. 101 and 599 of !by certificate NOH. B46 of 1936 re- by certificate, ... :ioi"

, by,:p I the LcKlHlatinc.,, upon: the rnllow.Inff 1H2H and 1933 respectively, and rep- .1.oCtv..ly.. nnd represent taxes. for *|i 'ctlvely and represt.,m,'
many dencrlhed inl i extnte. In 'the, r..nt the unpaid,' taxes for the 19.14 to 1":1.): both InclttHlve the yearn "'33 to I I9.7nlve. :! .

"ounlv,l I: of 11r'"If''d. Still- of Florida ,yeara' 1927 I tip| I i)?. h"I Inrliialve.aniountlncr Said nnioiintlnir. to .. amounting, tn $:.11
tax t.g..th..r with Said tux certificate ,
lo-wlt: In 'H.M5. i all .rtl.h.II. ,i tall
t'I NRiof' NW'', Sec. T Tp. 6 S. ALSO: Lot 4 In Woodlawn In ''n" .U.'I.llt' .. ""lttd or Levied HubHeqtient .mlt.o, l ltnxeH
avail It. 23 I B.! rnnlnlnlnir 40 AcreH, Sec. 14, Tp. R. II. 22 K. contalnlnir hliMnr. .old the hllh..t will be .. I 11 I ,
more nr h...... I I 10 ;. : more or lean. nt tho Court bonne .I.nr bidder at the Court h',.uHtarke
The 'inxi-n to ,h,,. Hold,,' are evidenced The taxes to bo Hold are vldenced .Htnrlt on the 4th) day of March on the 41' h dn\ M
i h v ...'rI trlntps N". 875 and 289 or bv: certificate Noa. 204 and B04 of I Dated, at 11 I ::00 o'clock A. I. licit: at 11:00 I : n..I..k A v
1929 and 1933 thin' the 12th of FebIIA"V. lIsted this the 12tli, fl 1
I to I 1930 mid 1934 -xpectIvely.. and rep- respectively, and represent : 1938.iAL.: .
the unpaid taxes for tho diary, 1938.OFFICIAL.
the renent unpaid taxes for the :yearn ( BrjAM

; t to in<) 98.Snld 'iimnnnl, IIIK to |62 OK. THOMAS, J. THOMAS
t..x o'ltlflcntcH, I together Clerk of I 'lr'iIt, Cnurt of Clerk of Circuit' <
"T.O: tot HI. 20. SI no In rtrndford County
Klorlila.MtTlfK .
with nil ..1I1""t, IIrail ford Count' \
nmltted or Lev- Wondlaun In Sec. TI"| 5 S. It. 2-1.3t-3-4.
for j led taxeH, will l"> eold to the I hlitheHtlildder 22 I R.. .1.acrea. more 2183t34.OTI4.
'II at the Court houne. door InRtnrlcp I 0 1 less..onlaln'nl '
on the 4th day of March., I The, hiveS to be are evidenced ('..: ftfl.hl' Iff: 1'I'I'I"'I" .\ \ :% ""l
I IDiX nt 11:00: o'clock' A. M.liatud | bv certificate NOH.nh, and Slit I of I I 1'1':1 ( ':11'1'1"1'1'i:"
I I I thin I the 12th day or Fibninrv { 1921 and' 19.13 r..lw'.lv..ly. nnd represent I !U'ICli Jlorr 11 11 IUI'. III'II I : with that N'OTICR II IJII'HY i .1'l
1938.OFFICIAL. l 1"'I..r. tll..t Kmnm n. ril- "i
the "" for the ill written t that Ilrv.y
town ( 8KLA > UI' written | that thtlflcateM .
1CM! to 1937. both t Iflcaten!
y..r. Inl'h.llv. tonTelher t with I l al I nuliHeniien her withittent
J. THOMAS.I'lerk '
to $123.37. 1"1..1
this a""ntlnl\ omitted or 'levied taxeH held
I of circuit Court of : .40 41, 42 In by lh Htate nnlt..d or levied i
rtradford, County Florida./ \.d'ltwn' 1.011 II, 31...,... IIIrip.. B S, the. ho bidder for and canh Hold by the JoIIIII. he adveitlx..'.1lo
hllh.1 ,
I the
2-18-3t-3-4.\ R. hl.t.t bidder f'"
A. acren, provided' '
more or I.....'nnlallh.1. t 1917 actn of the "LeHTlnlature"" 18290!' of the provided by Chapter. 182''!"'

\(>'iI4I4 OFl.II nv '1'\-\: The taxes. to be sold are evidenced' the dexcilbed real upon 19,17 Acts of the Lenrlnlatiiitho .'
( KIlIIF'I'II.eNOTIC'tO : r.lI.wlnl ..1..1. followIng ,Iescrlbe,1, rIn ,
by "" Nox. 208 und AIR of In I of .
to IM: HMIUOIIV: HIVK.V: that 1921 1lf'"I.I 33 Hiectlvelv, andrepresent Florida) to-wlt B.dfll'', "'* of I C the County or Ilradfoid., -

fac Mm R !I. Carroll% ban. filed with me the unpaid taxes. forthe NKi 1 of NKi : Florida' to-wlt' :
ivtltten rMoiienl thnt the tax certlfIcateB fo %| NNI. & HK'i of l.otn. 39. 40. 41, 42. 63.Woodlawn ,
1928 1117. both Inolu- SK1
: yearn Sec. .
| j l together with nil stiI.spiuentnifilt "".. to $130.84 13 'mm' 7 S. II. 21 M.. In Sec 10 TI". -.
Im ted or levied taxen. held. hy the A.. Amnlnllnl: Woodlawn lit C'"II'n.nl I Acres, more or 22 K. ,'nntolnlnl 60 Acrex.or .

; ', to Sinte be advetflned\,. and Hold to the Sec. 15 Tp 5 S Ft. 23 1 VS., con- The taxes to .be nold are lenn.
htvhent lildder for cash .I..n'.1 The tax .lo be sold eerllfl"iten \ "
an provided talulnir 10 acres., more or lean.The by certlflcaten .H are
140 .
I I hy' : Chapter 19290 of the 1937 nets taxen. to be Bold are evidencedt. 111.12 and 41 N..... 1 195 and
*f the LeKlHlitture.. ... ..... IIS; .e..p..tl..Iv.: I In"9 and 19115: rexpectlvely. .- '
UUOM the following "" .A. v rt_. r.n ..,.l .17 of "p.._.n'. .. .. __ 1'I .
: dencrlbed. real extate in the, 1908'and 1931 i: ;;"Ilv.in': : tt- I'.)"..both. .. y... ,,.,I resent th'. unpaid taxes. t",.
: Is I ''otint V "t Hradrord, Stat of Flor resent the. unpaid' taxes ; r..f ti< $58.92. Indu..I.n"unln F Vearn 1921 tn 1117. both ''

be ida. to-wll : yearN 1907 ,. 1937. iioth Inelttsiveamotintumig ,, >0: SKi/i of SW'4 jun""IlnN tn $111.
NWI'', ft SW'i '. 6 S.It. tt .l' & 1 12 In, vl
175.2)AtSfl V1;
time. 23 K. ;:.\\lf., ng2841 Acres: : Lot 44 W> or Lot 41 'H.: HW containing
more or leN In Woodlawn' &5.,... IC. Tp. I I lexn, more or Ka, t. containing & A(t'e..
The taxes to he Hold are evidencedhv S. R. 22 K., containing Til or IPHH.The .
acres, taxtfn to be Hold .
this are evidenced .
eprtlrl.'nt.e.. RS!) and MOM of more lenn.. by taxes to be nold tin i \ '
i I or certIfl.'atfK ..
lt.10: and 1013 VOHiwotlvelv. and ren- The taxes lo he aold are evidencedl 1MJ! and 191.1 1. 142 .ld ,474 nf hv ,-pptIti,5t.p I .. Non. 257 aid'

; not rpM>tit nnnald, 'taxed for I he yearstflsq *I l certIfIcate N"... 214 and 214 of the tnxen rexpectlvely for the years and repreHent 19.11-I lli.io and, 193't: .,."e.I..ly. i "'
to 19:17.! : holh IflIllI'lVC. amount resent the i '
1931 and and represent 1 ''U. both npl
1113 r".Y.ctv..IY. < 'n..lu..IVI. amountlnir
I also lag to $210 41l for I the to yearn 1121 lo 1117 bothamnntlnir
< ,"0 .. .. 'S,1. 819 89.
>: KU: <.f NEil of fo'l'1'101. to
| | yearn 1930 to 1937! both '
: of .
oth- 27 Tp. 6 S. II 22 K.. containing amountinfar, to $48.85.ALSO In..lu..lv. 7 H. f"1. 8WVJ See 22 Tp ALSO: LotH 56. fn. 8(1( In \'
K ,,
can 2" Acres, more or len. contulnlntr 40 lvn In Sec. 11,.Tp !B 14FL '
: 4, 13 In Wood lawn At-ren" moreor less.
The taxes. to he Hold are evidenced In 1.1. containing. 30 Acrenor .
Sec I IK, \ S. It. 11 The taxen to be
I hv l'ertlfll..1.% :NOH. 1'I 2 IrA evidenced lenn.The .
: eDt and 823 of or I," .. ... NOH. (
ronlRlnlna 0..1. mnr. ..lfl."I. 5OH of
and 1933 respect Ively. and reprexent I 1413 taxes tn be antd ass >
the unpaid taxes for renpectlvely.. : repruniiit bv ... .* NOH.. 124
thevearx "ne
ma- The taxen to be sold are the taxes. for the .rtlh.RI.
\hl.n..d 1H31"
101! 1934. and 19'IvOv. :
: 223
to I'17, both inclusive, bv 271 and til7. both 192.
.I'Ut..nt" No. If amounting 1 ,
imountlnir I to $911 It 4. "Irp..Ani 111axen -
1930 respectively, and to 1.1.1
Said 1 1 tax .rllfl..ah" together nld represent 8.AI.O for the yarn 1921"both
the unpaid taxes for the : wi '
hope Wio of
of SW'i
with all ul <
>He iuent omitted or reved 112I! : R In.lv. H mn""lnl:
yearn to both Tp. 7 H. .
tl"7. In"lu.lv. R.l' R. 22 t1.. .
l taxes will .lie Hold. to the highest to ing40 Acren, .nntlll ALSO: l bidder Ht the Conrthoune door In Imnunlnl 'G5.2. mnr. or of Lot 52 & all Lot 57 Ii'' I
Lotn The
the In
: taxes to be
recent decades it has broken man who has held Htftrke on the 4th day of March, 1.I Seo. 3.. H. H. Wondl.wnIn bv .. Hold are evidenced I lawn In Sea. 11 Tp. 8 I II. lK
every NOH.
last meeting and gave the club 19IR.! :< at I 11 I '00 o'clock A. \1.Hate1 taining 11.11) 2 or lenn.. "" ", .rlfl.Rh., 462 of 1I>:I4 re- ., containing. 55 Acres,

office more than four years. Grover Cleveland, with a four- $6.50 which she as treasurer of a 1931.this. the It day of Februarv. The taxes In a're.be "oh'r.are .vlll..d f..'lv.ly.y..r.. 1933 reprtixent: to 1017.: the both taxex In- The lenn.taxen to be soul nr i ibv

year rest between terms died before his day. Theodore hand.a farmer garden club, had left on UIKFICIAI.: SKAT.I THOMAS.) bv iota certificate and 1913: rexpectlvely. and and B27 represent of clutilvp.ALSO: amounting Whi. of NWVi* to of$34 N'Rlt 79. & of 1121.cerllricnte 1934. and Non. 11.15 19(1.( re 201.',

Roosevelt I lAi.ic;! :i the unpaid taxen for the That "portion of NV4 of NW',. of, ,
an extremely vigorous battered nf Circuit and the unpnld '> <
was almost Court of represent >
man 1929!) ""
"Money Is one of the limiting llradford, years to UI.: boll In.u..lv. S1 Kif Hv. 1 18 Act-en. In the 1928 to :
County yearn
shattered by his six in the White I factors 3.183t3'U"I'U'N.. amounting '$ cor of SWIof SW 4 Mt-(.. '19:7.
si no
years House.. In work of this kind," Mr. ALSO: r.o 47. 4H In "' "|""' 17 13 ,. containing sfl'i"'iiiW tt) .- ,
Clark said "and If there oth- In See. Ifl TI'| 5 B. U. 22 K.. containing 25 1'r.H.nr.20: : lenn. ALSO Lot 30, 32, & .AI"
"The tragic of are : or tpiM.irvrioN NW all'
story Woodrow Wilson is of too recent, I : 20 acres more or lent Thu tI I h... tire evidenced, I,3; If ,.
era who have unused funds POII 'I' \ \ 1)11.1): : ( I Tp
of .
thIsSOl.t The taxes to nold, .evllencedbe ,' .
memory: to need recall. Warren Harding, a man bedeviled on hand we will be glad tc I I aenute. Illll ,... IlllltV : certificate No h.... 1 oJe n" R21 of "by 1.tv.Iv..rtrl"RI.: NOB.reprenent. 468 of the 19,14 taxeS, '- 22 !'.. contalnliiK, SB 1 u', .
I 0"1" 'K: is iiKitKnv: mviThat:: or lenn.The .
;; and bewildered died after two put It to W. It. Smith holder of tflSfl ttnd 1933:. rennectlvelv. Rld .nrenont f" th. yearn IU.11: to 1937. both In- be Bold '.
years. Calvin Coolidge, who good use. I i Tax rertlfIcate the unpaid taxes Ih.v..r. i I I taxen t( "
i t tAUlu..t .I..v. <* $ bi.tl. .
% No. 41ft. Issued the lIlt dav Hmo''Hlnr bv No. I Idft i
.. ( lr
"Flower to 11'I7 both ALriO .trtlt"I.
planting will\ be Inclunlxe : Ri of NF.' &
took soon In 1921
afternoon ,
a nap every and a long vacation every summer A |I' 1913. ban filed. name to U483. Wi represent unpaid. faxyearn -
order so make wise I In office and hnn made amnllnllnl 'fN'I* NVVVf A N'.j of 1928 1931ainonntlnit :
selections of my application \lo tn <
r died a few years after leaving office while the picture! plants and place them where } for a tax. deed to ha iHHued f.... 18.: Tp.Lot B1 S.In 'VnnIa.wn contalnlna In- It\\22 ii.! '. Sl-c. 19 2Srt Tp.ACI-OH 7 S. to "9.84
they I ,
thereon.' Said certificate eiitraeeshe l'onlnlnlnj ALSO Lat. B. 6, 7. \
: of Herbert Hoover on the day he retired was that of a man will have a chance to grow-not',' followingdencrlb'd property Inhe The taxenr; 10 A"el. more are or evidenced 1 I..A. iiirire, or .I..to. be mild 1 II.t 12.: 23 24. 20, I:', & i.:

In t County of Bradford State of ,. .... 1he t.,. me evidenced In Woodlawn In *r 1
sTiade .
who had aged twenty of where tree roots de- < ,I.rl"AtA10.: 140 amid of by ... 47n of 1034 ..
years. i Plot 131" i .. ....,.rlfleal., X.. I. I22 K., containing I I-
feat .I'.th..ly. : the
your efforts. Kant It Acres of Lot Three 1i represent unpaid .
Arrange them lenn.The
mor or
"Roosevelt,, in comparison, has kept his health and I tliin 23 Township A reseat the unpaid taxes. for. ,' ,axes for the y..M' 1933': to 1937,
so that South taxen to be saId
I they will present an at- venrn 192a to 1117. both 1 Inclusive, biMi l IncluHlve I I to $18860.I I'h"

physique better than most. But there will be no third term tiactive result with a variety to { Acres Itanire, more 21, Ea-Ht.or less.The containing.. 10) amounting AIJ, o to $30 60. MaId tax ".rlfh'"I"N"m"ntl.1 t"N.Ih..f with 1929..and'.IltII'At. NOH ( I irenent i-<

for F. D. R. I keep i BvneHHmvnt of the said propertv \vnodmawii: Lot; 68 SKj: T;ot 31 all I I .:u bs iIUI i 'I.I.I:;: I::: Levied 1.3n".lv".
Human nature does not make man's nerves up a succession of bloom In In".' 7tT 6 R.U. l\ -l lie the lil het .
nndei said lnI .
tie certificate
1928 tit 1917. hot)
strong enough to stand for than throughout the entire summer." I I I ,ned nan i In the t name, of L'n I.now n, "r2; or R.I less.containing nc. bidder nt the t'nirtbo'ise, ,I.n. In Y"Rr. $345.17.!
up more eight years under I I'nleMH Stnrke on the 4Ih., day of a"tlnl. ,
The nald) certificate f-bnll be t5ei'
redmid Iarc'h T.ot 62 In
regular .
meeting of the tuxen tfi be Hold .
club The are A "U :
evidenced 1918. nt 11 o'clock A. .
the pressure which beats down the President of the will be accurdliiM I to law, the 11'01'- I i.v ... 107 814 of Dated Id, Tn. B S. 2 L I
upon held this afternoon (Friday I'fty, doncrlbnd' therein. will b .. .I..I.lt.In. al.1 thin the 12th.. day of : tamIng 10 acres, 1 -
1928 and
United States." ) at the (, tn the highest bidder nt the.courthouse 1:3 renoHctIvely. and represent chary A I>. H3S ,
club he Hold
house at 230; th ".. ", lax.. fi r theyeurn (OfFK'JAt. SKAL) 'I'h. laxen to nil -
door first ..
the In l lv
NOH 277 '
And so' it seems that only his enemies would wish an I attend.o'clock. The public is Invited to |I the the 4th month day of of.April. 1938 193g.Mondlv which .I 1927 to to $83.37.1917. both, Inclusive.anlointinlr A Clerk J. 'r"o of Clicult IAH. Court 1930( .rtll'lt.. 1:14: renpectlv.'hrenent

unendurable third term off on President Roosevelt. Those --. 1938tOKFiriM.Hated. this jtI>;Iy of February, I S ALSfi.. I:?. 1.t'3 Tp. B S.In n.Woo 2

who value his good health want him to leave the White .) II The taxes. 10 to acreH he nold, mn ar, *or evidenced I less. \o-rirn OK % 1.\ OK T\ j ALSO! LotH 4i $30 1 I. 2 57, n, I II l
A .1. THOMAS.clerk "
House and the most man-killing job in the world after an- LEAGUEOF of (.I..lt Court ofllraItoid by 12Q.. ..rlf".nle, and Non.. 19.13 IIR. 279 and 613of : : C i(4 it'ri, iiKKidur.IVEN:reN't'Tlrn I '." ''': that 17.contalnlnir!? I 18 In SciIB,. 80, TI'|aifm I

other County Florida the .. 'I'. J. > |IcesThe
two years. NATIONSPRAISED r..r..nt I.x.. AJ..rman IIIIB filed with me ,
I.UBI.al.O'I'U'f the yearn 1927 to 1917. both Incluxlv taxes to I. Hnll nthv
WI.lt" Ihat the tax. cer- .
fo 84933. I >!9H2'
--- n""nUnN with nil .Ut"At.
: 0KEEl' AT ROTARY CLUB f...: OKI.H"'II'4 Or T\X : B3. 82 In Wood- ritient .mlt..1. l"I..lh..r I or levied I taxen.lIh..j 1 ) 11 rewpectlv.Urenent
:11.1..1. lawn In Sec 17 Tp 5 22 I bv 'the he t". tinpnld taxivearn '
I A HUNCH 01PLANS ON HAND MEETING HERE THIS 1fTlrl'1 : : (TIVRV that T2 containing 20 H I.> or to I the HtAt.highest .'I".rt..d, and 1128 tr 1117. botli'
W. ; Jr., ban filed withme a..r"I. fn. cash
WEEK "w'\'d. 1- .1.1/ to 1210 r>3
nrovlrled /
One of the secrets of getting money for future public ... reriuent. that the taxertlflcat The tnxen to hI nolil, are evidencedby $ t9.17 jictM hv of: Chapter the Lffttrixlature 18296 ,of" nm"lnllnl. C I.ot S. 31 2' ,i' ,
< H together with all nuhxerinent |
l'wn In Die i- 17. TI' "
works has leaked out. The .1. B. Culpppper, professor of limited cr taxen. heldv .rlf'.At" : 141 and 833 of the fnlo"lnl deni-rlbed real enfate .. .
responsibility rests largely with I..vl.d 1937 and I 1'1. 30 ni-r.
1 repvexent I. of
> r..I".ly. .ntalnlnl
the Suit I I I. he and noldto U"/II"r" State of
social .
sciences i lenn.The
at .
the P. K. Yonge Id'.I.1. the taxen the l-'lorldi.: to-"'| I
county and state the 1npRI.I f.r :
planning board:!, according to a message School In Gainesville nlKhunt h.II. cavil an. v.nrn 192B 191. both Inrliixlve.anniintlnir 4 Aert's 1 nt !I\\' i-i. nf fnxen. tn be Bold aibv .
be- by (
spoke I..ln
provided of the ,
'halt..r 18201 C to NOH 210
from George G. Gross executive 1137: ait of t .. 4.71. Nti,4 of ; rinn N 610 I ft .t'lIf""I.
secretary of the State lore the upon 1 1i2'i( ,
Rotary Club here 4. and
Wednesday the following I ALSOLot: 80 Wno<11awn In 1 12 R$3| fI. s 4511* rt to I land line "" reinnnnld

Planning Board "No planning, no public funds is the ; on methods of keeping the I In the ('o'n, : df-itcrlbed of real State eHtate of Sec 17, Tn B H R. 23 15., con. InenreV 803 ft to 1le f.. Sec. I taxes. for the y
lrt..rel. '10 1117. both '
way 'n'nln. acres 1l1'' or lean {I 3:1: S II. 22 I 10, (' Iwh..lv" ,
United States 1"I."ld'L. ti.-\vlt: I .n.nln.
he at with $55 41.
the l 1'1
puts it. peace Lot 47 "h. I. *.lo| HIM I i .11. 'i.i.il > r" t r l v .
St 4S I.00.1. '
remainder of the bv: N-n. 215 and I "f''| TM luxen .. .. I i 'b' I t. '
world. lawn In !I, .rtl..ft to I. MoM jir. .
10. a S. .
Tp. H 21 .
"lr.tA" ,
His l56,6.ti: -f 't
:! opinion will be backed up by the who This I';. wi I : ree.ectlvelv. nndrenont r"I' I I. r--rtlflcBteH No* "i'O and I 1 of ,
men have! can be done in one of 20 Acres more I i 'IK T-I '. '
three or I..'ont"lnlnl the nrr-I.! ta\'" f'.' the I 1 id i u'I Pi.1.1:' ,r. B'wx"t !. | nn-1 >. r rt
worked hard on the the yearn 1930 both -b .Iy. r Ii 1 a... i in." "
projects that have ways, .
been speaker said. ] yen rh
brought to Brad. First we The taxes to be are 111. Ilr.... vtmrH 1129' I Tl'I .
.111 1
.vl.1 amounting U 'n ..e soul .t
ford might "arm to the teeth" bv ..e'U'"t., '; an- ..rl; n.n 1"hO'h Incliirlv Rtnount'nic ... .... .'I.. 1 "
County. They know that it takes lot of so that \ 1. : & N'i at'TL > 7"i '''r' ;0"
a planning re- other tacT and IH3.I" respectIvely, and reprenent 3S nil :. I l9Tf: ,"d tea ....
L nations would be afraid to thM ; & I". 43 4'. .. 411. >., vvi'if RH-I, of Z'' rt" II

planning.. and un-planning to reach the desired goal. ttqck us. Second we might with- 1901 to unpaid 111:11.' : taxes both IncliiHlve for theveni'H A3 47. A 4' .r. II.Ui 13 Wo-iillnwn* N'fof lot. I r p. '. 4 in Tp S. 7 s II. "2 p. ..."tainfmj ren-nt. .,the 3't ,I'",.I 1117 1,1 -I br nyevr \,

"A recent tour of Florida counties gave me the impression !Iraw completely from world trade 'ttUdiiiiHnir ALSO': I.OIH to '14 I fn.l Woodlawn In Sec oi, l'p.| S !u. U. 23 13., .".n.. Th* taH ro'I. i iorc v ild i r'-i !!ie"' ld i""A.1 I I!ls lntl < ii,. $115. i4KIM .

and ... tl'nln.' 110 acre. mars I I... < r. "CI"t! :71. r. v (i'. if.. HI.I .
become -H nor
that the a 10. R ". n. K. of ," 'n.1 I 1372 of .
planning self-guatalning 'P. con- ,
interest in most of them nu- 2 to I.** mild I w'th all HIIHI .'
has been in i tatnltinT10, acren. or lenn. .. la. at-** .I.IMn..I'hy 1 mil I '153: "I-CHP ','U'-'I I a -d i I l q'i< lt"<
Ion by means of "' N' it* '" ) | r"'sw'i I h. Id,
a government- i. .1(I th* t
exact ratio The .lf.I. "I t..ce" f fio J'a .
to the flow of 10 Hold are .evidenced 1929 .
Federal ,
funds 1 1927 I Iii
Mr. Gross said. planned program. Third we might liv: certificate NIII>. 3* end 673 of renpvct Ively. and repi. i i tit,. both l.iclnrlv. allotint log e t.t bbtler, at. ih,' "
I. "As resell "he u.'pa..t. lnx a w for, I Iveir lu S897. i S"l'P': l '. h' I'll 'd
it | 90il "
became and ID:!:!
soon as .
renfiuctlvely, and
apparent that this flow of dollars was I .sstime our share of the responsI- Hie ::unpaid, 1 taxnn for reprenvnt I92B to 1411'. both Inclusive'I tia' ( SWI'j' of SWl A. U. If'R! ,it' i
r on the ebb bility of the am-'iinilnir to 170.I2. ".,.'. 21 'f..f. :$ .he Uf\ ,'
planning interest began also to die out. preserving peace and join veil ra 1901 In I 1917. both Ind."lv., I '..sor -t M4 In P 22 n' A fR.. I9'8.lOFPICIAf..
"iwii .
In '11"|
amounting ; Acren .
with to 18499. \ more or 1. ..
"There is still money to be spent for public works other nations in a program ALSO-: ."t II. 3ft In, Woodlawn Sec.. 20 Tp. 6 S. T. 23 fL! con- I The '"".... 'n he >ot"' ft. e i SRAL
and I or talnltiHT 10 acren.. or less ., A. J. THOMAS
outlawing war. In Sec.- 10. |.. 6 S. It. 33 i <'Uf'c"h.10.' .. 14(17( of 1933 r."I
: civic projects, and always will be. But I; <. 20 JJ. The. f,xen to be nold .are evidenced. |> and clerk. orHr
the plan for spend.. MI' Culpepper said that in his ,..ntllnlnM acres more bv: ...''lt'At. NOH. *07 and of f or eft'v.lv.the yearn 1932 rr-pi-wnent tn 1917.the taxes. I .1.1fl! founi. >

ing the money will begin at the bottom instead of the top. opinion the United State shirked The tnxeH to be nold are evidenced, 1112 13: ''ennui-lively, "151 reprenent I nruntlnir to Cft.89.liothlnclunlve. .,. l.r ..34Alra. .

I Its responsibility in i bv ,''rU''RI. Non. 12.! and 584 of unpaid taxes. fur the A !I.I ,: Lot 1 W 20 ft of Lot .
mean that the county planning councils will have to maintaining t '37 L:1! : ""reflectively and represent -- :years 1011 1937, both ." i 2 o' nik 29 Itlant nn. Addition I -.0' .. 'ii'.
pre peace when it to t f C '. .r.\.t.
refused to join the onir-un'InB- f.9R. rinniiJtun .
See .
unpaid taxes
pare their master first for the Al.snT.ot: ; :l Tp. 7 S. H. ..r.. ,, .- -
plans n
and 1
\Vodtnwn S2
recommend them to the League of Nations. He admitted Y.I"" 193A to 1X17 both In r. .
1"'Mlv. Sec.
20, Tp. 5 8. C. E. bun
It. 22 The Iwri' i
amounting- 173.33. conitnlt taxes to b Hold 11..pe,
State Planning Board which will pass them through the that the League as Is. has been a AI.HOlnt '\Vondlnwn! In '. 1ft ncran. more or less. 1 bv ...tlll'ot"ION.I (Hi are evidenced. | : 'en thnt th.
allure but ".... 11, 4 The tnxen. to l>e wold are .evidenced [ 1 ::( a".111 I or i lea' > together with
regional' office to the National I Resources Committee. Public 1 States saLt that If the Unlt- talnlnir 'lo 1' acren S. n.more 23 K.or, con ISHB. bv: ...rlf'',-' Non. 290 and HII2 >if 111(1 the!tnxen""fir. fe. "..> ."1' ted. or levied .. al. I lm

funds will be allocated then had thrown its vast influence The. tuxef. t., he Hold are 19tn 19..3;; renpectIvelv.: antI I represent I, and' liitr both Inclusive yetrn 21 I 'e advertlied slid1hsst
as the local communities show into the program there bv ".rtlt''nt.' Non 9'! and evidenced C7H of the i-npald tn-.. for the ;t tseiirn to $76.14. Imolntnr I h : bidder' for caxhbv <

they are prepared to use it wisely and for Icng-term cur I might have been a different story renent t'138' and ,las' unpaid respectively taxes and for, rep tIe R".nln.19J9 t.tl3T.. $.14 71 1., both In""lv"l A 2n 1.0, Tp.. 7 K'i:S( M of 1F"I,' .of..5i': ', fee. 1 the Chapter Lerlnlature.1S296 of UInl.thof

to tell.Wednesday's. : Lot :33 Inondl nrllnl"* I i In" described <
poses. yearn 1937 to 1937. both inclusive, 21 Acres more or .. real e tnc
I tu Sec. 20. Tp. B 3. R. 23 1': The. taxen tn I be .. I. unty of Sti'. '
The point seems to be that program was in .mo'ltln8 1.10' /<*(. f40.41.Wood lawn In. idlnlnv' 111 acreH. ini'tiir" lenn. I I I-I NOM.ll. Ir..vld.n.1 I Ida' to-wlf 11..lo'd.
a county should never be I :h"'rge of C. H. Nasworthy who 4 101".. TI 1". 5 S II. I1. con- The txen to hf Nold evlilenoed, I ,'',..,.'|.tlt.h.' .." rpprenont-i 'b I'I"" ; re- IH-j A ,In SRi/, of SKt,
caJ.ght short with a lack of tnlnlna10 2 hv certtflcn X'IH.. 1 III I 'i-nd 557 of I for tli- 'A""I ft of Cor of > ''I i
plans. Bradford County has also introduced several acre, nu.r. or lenn.. 1928 191.1 veain I :":I4. lit.''R and P \ 1"fIL
musical The taxe. to be nold ,ate evidenced. nl.1 renoectlvelv. : and rep-i j I n.ll.h. ainountlnn, ,4J1.I.4.: ; & :N 6(10( t fl
some good projects under numbers by school students. by i-erll'lcate the u.iiuild" taxcii t 0 t. ft. AV H6 In Pel
JHil Hie '
farmers .40
way nOW-a market and :.. and Silt of i i US of :'V. &
VI-KIK I 11JT I V'lj of ,
tn .
1130: and' I lias, represent the | 137 buth I Im-luxlve, FTV. r.EIJ' Tp 7 S. 22 R HAcron.
an elementary school building-but there are still more -- --- unpaid lax." for the yearn" 1939 to .inv A In"1? to. t 1 71. .. t, F-ip' :I..'-F'-7.> H.sr.of n m"r.I or |I"*s4
Calttisell To both, I. 37. fit, 5R i no tn 23 The taxes. to be soul, HI:
needed and Speak 1ili to 1".1.
we should not become lax in our effort just because <:1.10 Ilc..lv. amuunl". 22 Woodlawn: In Sec. 20, Tt>. I S U. ". or mn'nlnlnir lenn.. ISO acres, I bv certlfIetNos. 41
| AI.XO.VKI4: F. >u acres. '').1m and 1it4: | '
we seem to be of H\'LI A N\Vt, "OII"lnl more The taxen to be r".p"1
getting our share right now. Dr. R. T. ,.f HII"", In Sec II, Tp.. ii S. H. 23 or I. I hv rnrtlflcaten Non..h I nre .vl..n..t renent unpitld f'>
As Mr. Gross Caldwell. pastor of K.. containing 80 acres The tuxen tn I be ....1 are evidenced I H1: and |)3I. 4 33f J'3ft to 1 11:17.: both |'n. Illl i
more ,
puts it : "Counties without planned de :he First Presbyterian Church of lees'l'ie., or bv certificate No. I 1 and 655 of I I.' ., tlm taxes renpectIvely.' .>. I ni to $217.2 .
.1 for
y velopment and cities witho'Jt ;itarke. will raxeii to be nold are evidenced H28 and I9J3' recpet-tlvelr. and rep. I tn'iE3.hth in. the :yearn. 1929 .* "tax l-.Ttlfl-Klex ,lit'
similar organization for the speak Sunday night hy iriirkat... No 52 and of- l i-enenc the unpaid taxfor the tn: riiM.oc. lusive. tttiK'iintlnit' all. nub..oii, ,.tnt omitted

future soon will find themselves! overlooked when .rom the pulpit of the Methodist Miffll' uid l U: :: r."lvely. 6M represent I ann-arn,,,*-*1927' to li"7! both Inclunlve. ALSONRi: r-ln. : nf ,i..- will he nold to 'I 1
: funds public 'hurch here during he the for the 5 n'IJ4 bidder at the ('"ur'h"'!
( regular .
u are distributed. j "ui19n7, t" 19.17. both : .1. ,, '' arke I on he 4C d i.t
ervices by special Invitation from to T'A' I; n 4.'v' 'w'A !1C At 11-00 A '"
lt.IEl.5A. 41'
We most assuredly! do not want Bradford I i .he Methodist pastor the Rev. ,mon"lnl: RU', ef SWii; of 11..IV.1 .,-., -. li l. 'i 'i, "t \ ofv. ir NW' & l>uted thin the I"'I".k 12th di,
W r :'V
County to T A
be 1. 1'
w' ,1 _
i of W'> of swi' ,,f ; ir loVi, d : :1of .
foverlooked.' Fischer.. I bv 'r V!, B2 1:8.OF.'leT.
The -tl A
public Is cordially sr' f Nov"v' t J2 and ( of < ',., j I sKVf.}
'j ( 'l 19 1i' aid 1'11 11", Tp t. H. It
fW\ s: 22 B..
invited to attend. nf 557% In See It. Tp. ( I ren> > respectively p. .nlilnluir' Jin Acre. A. J TMOMAM.I .
< *
tj containing ItO sores, more unpaid tatue fm the I" -',, more nr I'lerk 'if Clr-ult
:yeu-n II"n 192?. fcotb I Ttmdfoitl,
InoluelTe. The un
r& tasey ,.be Hold are .vld..a I''S.H-U-1-4.I \

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