Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/02634
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 25, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02634
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,ITY'S LIGHT This Is the 11th annual "Know etc. on the inside are alike j ELECTRICITYFOR Tuesday was George Washing a millionaire? Had his wife ever INCOUNTY

Florida Week," officially proclaimed Fort Myers has a tree that is ton's birthday. The bank i id the been married before? What caus-

by Governor Fred P. Cone. It believed to be the only one of Its ed his death? What were his last
I postofflce closed. On the out-
Is sponsored by the Florida State kind In the United States. Its BRADFORD words? RACESSibley
RATES Chamber of Commerce In cooper fruits are about eight inches In I' skirts of town one lone store- In case you want to show off 11

ation with the local Chamber and diameter and resemble old rusty keeper hung out a flag. Outside : your knowledge here u're' the

other organizations. In observ- cannon balls, hence the popular) of that the day was pretty much : answers:

Says Picture Not As Had ance of the event, we publish the name "Cannon Ball Tree." /
following "Florida Oddities': Tampa has a "rattlesnake can- Somebody on the street asked I 206 yeuis ago. His father operated .i
For School
Be InFour flounce
Constructed .
: As Federal Report nery." Used for canapes and hors why the postofflce was closed. The iron mines and had a lot

Indicates Florida has two of the strangest d'oeuvres, the strange product is Countries Telegraph reporter began to won- of farm land. Washington had Board

"farms" to be found In the shipped to gormands In.all parts der just how much the average five brothers and slaters. ,

-.- world. A "lion -farm" Is locatedat of the world. I person really knows about "the He was tall over six feet two.
I 'eight- father of his
Ft. Lauderdale and a "queen A man In Eustis has an country. He was a millionaire--hla estateat

AT FULl CAPACITY bee farm" Is found not far from pound pet bass that takes Its ENLARGED, 4AY8 tEEN;) The first person contacted replied Its helghth being estimated at TWO MONTHS: A WAY ;'

Ft. Myers.A breakfast from his hand each quickly "He never told a lie, five million dollars. He had no

R. F Clark-, superintendent of "disappearing Island" is found morning at 9:00: o'clock. he chopped down a cherry tree he children.His Two candidates

V' the city light and water plant, this near Key West. It Is Sand Key, Found In the Choctawhatchee Congressman R. A. (Lex) was a general In the Revolutionary wife Martha who he mar race for school board entering member the
said received
Green in a telegram
>week made the following fctate- which washes entirely away dur- National Forest, the only spot In War and--ahem- rled when they were both tw(>nty- from District Two
here tho Rural Electri- brought the to-
anent: ing; storms but begins reconstruction the United States where it grows Saturday, The following\ questions went seven was tie widow of Daniel
this week to twelve
fication Administration had allo- men who
"The matter of electric rates as when calm returns and soon "Devil's Shoestring" contains a unanswered: Did he have any Cunt Is. have

hown") In last week's Telegraph is as good as ever. chemical strong enough to kill Insects cated $203,000 for the Immediate children ? Was he born In the His death wall caused by acute announced Informally for
county offices
construction of 163 miles of rural subject to the primary
,would Indicate that Starke has its The blghest jail in the world la or fish but harmless to humans United States or England? Was laryngitis and the ague, and his 3
consumers''paying more for their Miami's. It Is located In the or domestic animals. electric lines through Alachun, his father a grocer or a college last words were funeral instruc- May
Bradford, Clay and Putnam Coun- professor? Was he an only child? tions to his W. S. Sibley member of the
_ electric service than any city In Dade County court house. Swimming rabbits live on the secretary, Tobias "
,;'VjBUorida:: by no leas! an authority Ocala, of all things to be expected "floating islands" of Orange Lake tiesGreen's Was he tall or short? Was he ever Lear. faculty of the New River school
telegram In part read: and S. E. Sparks owner of the
r than, our Federal Power Communion. in Florida, has a ski man near McIntosh. Strange, too Is
"This Is first rural electrification City Barber announced
hop, this
To read this item, one feels ufacturer. It that birds nesting on the Islands -
project given to Florida and PLANT CITY EDITOR week that they would seek paces:
:;little comfort with the situation. Sago palms that have grown never lose track of their
marks beginning of new era of on the school board from District
"f" "However the case is not asbad 'only two feet in almost sixty homes even though the Islands NEEDS RAIN ENTERS RACET.
rural development in our state.: Two.
as It might be, or has been. years are found In Starke. move about from place to place in
,The history of electric rates In I St. Cloud is the "City of Retired the lake.A He also stated that the allocation PRODUCTION THERE: REPORTED C MERCHANT OF MADISON Candidates woo have previously

Starke ,bus been one of constant U. S. Army Men" and their fam- grotesque creature Is the was secured at a conferencewith FALLING OFF THIS QUALIFIES FOR SENATE announced are:
REA officials Friday and
reduction. Fifteen years ago it ilies. It is said to be Florida's Florida sunfish Its body Is so WEEK CAMPAIGNOne Representative to the state leg
brought success to a and nhalf's
:was 22>it cents per kilowatt hour "Northern" city and always votes abbreviated that its brain is longer effort to1 secure year the project Truck loads of strawberries will more candidate last week islature': T. Frank Landrum W.
for all used. Today our highest Republican.One than Its spinal cord. P. Smith and George Inman.
which will serve 523 prospective begin moving from Starke and entered the race for Claude Pep-
irate (that charged for the first of the strangest homes in "Street-going p-j's" are regular School board
customers. -, Lawtey during the second week of per's Beat In the U. S. Senate, member from District -
fifty K.W.H.: ) is nine and nlne- the world Is that of "Bill"' BlocksIn summer attire for a man In Lake- "Later," he wired "the existing March If unexpected cold weather bringing the total to five. Three: E. J. Lewis Incum-.

tenths cents--less than half. Tampa. Fourteen different land. He has pockets Installed In plant at Keystone Heights will be does not Interfere. was the estimate C. Merchant Madison weekly bent, A. B. Surrency, and T. C.
"At that time the plant was a colors feature the exterior and no I them; outside of that, they are of growers und shippers this Huzen.
utilized and will be enlarged to newspaper publisher qualified by
burden taxpayers at the rate two walls sheets, shades, curtains, regular pajamas.
upon week.A T.
take care of'future demands. paying his $500 fee as a Democratic Walnwrlght announced

'af a one-half mill levy. Today the --:.--.. .-.---- few crates a day are being nomination candidate In the hat he would be a candidate for

plant is not OnlY self-supporting, ALUMNI SENSE OF HUMOR HAMPTON brought in--fifty Tuesday -- and May primaries He announced he county commissioner from Dis-
but has been the source of money are selling at around $1 a crate. favored a referendum before any trict One.T. .

that maintained our city's credit MAKE PLANSFOR PRAISED GRADUATIONLARGE Lack of rainfall threatens to declaration of war by the United D. Dyal Incumbent commissioner -

luring the depression years. So curtail production In the Plant Slates except in self-defense. He has announced for reelectlon -
do not be too easily misled by a HOMECOMING EVENTTO SPEAKER: TELLS ROTARIANSHOW CLASS GET JUNIOR City section where the volume of also favored more business In government from District Five and Mallory -

;rate set-up that that may convey BE HELD HERE TO SEE FUNNY HIGH DIPLOMAS fruit for the first day of this week and believed "our farms Thomas, also an Incumbent

'8 discouraging impression. NEXT MONTHAt SIDEA TUESDAY dropped to almost half of what It and businesses should be run with will seek re-election from District

'of"When structure we consider there the are matter! the alumni meeting held In the good sense of humor was With a series of three events\ was the previous week as little regulation as necessary on Three
rate many
factors that enter into the prob courthouse last Friday, Miss Kitty ranked among the most valuableof elms night, Baccalaureate Sermon Shipments from Plant City this the part of the Government" M. B. Futch, principal of the
elected chairman. She earthly qualities by the Rev. and Commencement the season now stand at more than Merchant has published The En- Woodlawn
lem. Starke a rates were very Hogsed was school will be a candidate -
well uncovered not long in i has asked the following alumni to .1. C. Sims who spoke before the Hampton Junior High School has ten million pints for which growers terprise-Recorder at Madison for school board member
ago have, received close million since 1911. He l III n native Florid-
Rotary Club here Wednesday lie a
these serve with her on the committeeIn just closed a very successful year from District One.
same pages. iii pastor of the First Baptist (dollars. The movement IB Inn, 60 years old married and has
of for the of school
charge arrangements activity
: With
"As for example: Suppose you only slightly more than
still three million behind one a student at tho University
Church In Palatka and is conduct- pints son
aa twenty-five K.W.H.'s from first B. H. S. Homecoming: Misses! Sixteen Fra'\-jites{ -- nine girls, of two, months l left before the primary "t
what It at this time last Florida.
ing a revival at the Baptist was year, '
Ruth and Lillian Sternberg Mrs. and seven boys the largest,
the city plant. This will cost you other announcements are
Church here this week."I In and growers are short a quarterof He said he would open a speak-
Leola Charles Fender E. class the of
Roberts graduating history
$2.75, and if you pay before the expected to come In rapidly
at Madison
million dollars In return ing campaign February
seventh of each month you get a'' L. Matthews and Bill Graham. burled lots of men who lost the school, received diplomas Tues- a --_.__-Q.-.- __
Prices have around nine 19 and would visit county In
everything In the South Florida averaged every
discount making your' Miss Hogsed has requested the day night A capacity crowd of
ten percent
boom" Mr. Sims said. "They committed !and ten cents a pint. the State before the first primary SHRUBBERYPLANTED
:300 people gathered at the school
bill $2.48 However, If you live members of this committee to .. May 3.F'o'mer.
suicide because --- --- ---
simply they
outside the city limits (not serviced meet with her In the high school house for the exerclaes.
did not have a sense of humor. Governor Dave Sholtz
The decorated with dog- In WreckMiss
by the municipal plant your auditorium Monday, February 28, stage Injured
Others, whose losses were just as and Finley Moore of Lake City
wood and wild blossoms
rate is eleven cents straight or at 3:00: P. M. Any other alumni plum presented Christine Cutuhaw Is con-
great, simply l laughed it off andstarted previously paid their qualifyingfees
beautiful for HALL ARE IMPROVED IN
not the twen- be welcomed a background
52.75 and if paid by who can attend will fined to Riverside hospital In
tieth of the month ten percent and suggestions for the entertainment nil over again. My philos- the girl graduates in white dresses Jacksonville with a broken collarbone to seek the Senate nomina APPEARANCE
ophy is that It Isn't so much what tion. Mal'lt'Ucox., South Florida -
I in dark suits.
and the
will be added. New customers will be appreciated by the boys and Miss Doris Hough received foundation
happens to as how takeit Congressman Is also a candidate Shrubbery plant-
you you
i Dr. J. H. Wise of the Universityof !
service must only a committee.The .
pay the result
seeking minor bruises
," he said.4ilurphy. as for the sent. Ing for the court house and city
Florida the commencement
.$5 charge In Starke but must pay proceeds of the alumni entertainment I gave of an automobile accident near -- _- 4.._ .. -- mil wern made last week under
$10 outside the city limits. will\ be used for some address. A musical program Included the sharp curve as Road 13 enters the sponsorship( of the Starke Improvement

"Remember, Bonlfay the city worthy cause-,for scholarships, a Act Report numbers by the Hampton Hampton, Tuesday night about Income Tax Returns Club. Both projectsmet

hat enjoys the lowest rate in the gymnasium additions to the library Delinquent tax bills amounting I Elementary Chorus and the B, H. I 7:30: o'clock. The two young Indies March 15 Is the deadline for with Instant\ public approval
tale according to the Federal au- S. Chorus and a solo by Walden to fill their l- tiling Income tax returns from individuals -
; possibly to start n football to $20,670.03 were settled for ; were hurrying positions and added greatly to the attractiveness

horlty: could not supply us even team, or, best of all, a cafeteria $796.83 at auctions of tax certificates I Wadsworth. in the Glee Club that was and business concerns, of these buildings.In .

u df we closed our plant and asked which is at present the greatest held here during the month I The Baccalaureate Sermon was to sing for commencement eXl'rcisI'll but J. Edwin Larson collector of reviewing the beautification

them to. They do not even own need of our school. However, the of January under provisions of the preached Sunday night by L. A. at Hampton school, Miss' internal revenue for this state work know being carried, on, R.

--their own source of supply. Their primary purpose of the entertainment Murphy Act. These figures were I i Gray, principal 'of the elementary Hough driving. Going rather fast, urges curly preparation and filIng F Clark chairman, said: "Our

power comes from the Gulf Power is NOT to make money, but disclosed in a report just made to department of EJ. H. S. just as the car approached the Additional time for filing returns native trees are now starting to

,Co., an outside Independent source, to serve as a pleasant "gettogether" I. Comptroller :J. M. Lee by Clerk of I -+ curve a cow crossed the road and will be grunted this year bud and planting will be much

,which cannot supply us, But assume for alumni, Instructors, and the Court A. J. Thomas. The I Hunting Season Ends to avoid the cow the driver swerv- only In extreme and exceptionalcases harder from now on. The season

it could Our problem then friends ot the school. An annual county netted $123.03 from this Hunting season closed officially ed sharply and the car turned over he says for transplanting Is about over.

would be to reach down Into our homecoming will do a great deal amount. The school fund got Wednesday of last week and JudgeE. -and was completely demolished. ---.-. Once the Slip starts up for new

tax money pocket and raise money to develop school spirit. $198.93, and the state $59.20. The K. Ferryman said that he sold .. Trees left standing after u forest growth the chances for failure In

to pay for our street lights traffic The date of the first program remainder of the total! was consumed 223 licenses this year as comparedwith Monkeys are relished by large fire make good lumber If felled transplanting are more certain.

light, motor power to pump will\ be announced soon. by various expenses. 251 last year. eagles' of the tropics. I I promptly. "We have made a start this
iwateV now passing through our ------
---- -
--- --- spring! and Its success will merit
sanitary sewer system, flush tanks, y rontlnuance another year It will

:and many Is use that other but will places not balance paid where foran lot service of I Instruments Filed In Bradford County Since November 1, 1937Ing I bo tudv well their for home all homeowners planting needs to

:amount a and develop plans to be carriedout
y, the seeming Inequality.\
' {t "It Is true thai I we have no low The following Instruments have ''Ite mil to Highland Timberland I I Deed J. r. :and C. F. Hoover to'A In Starke Nov. 15 | -'en, lots 10.11 of Ward< City, Jan. next winter
In Bradford and E: Dunham 4 blocks in Ternpie's I Warranty Deed P. A. Brlnnon 15 "The clean-up work has been
cooking rate or for power userscalling been Incorporated Into the coun- Co., Inc lo.s I
: to Florida Bunk at Stark, bankbuilding Manter's Deed, A S. Crews to carried out very well :Several;
Dec 1
addition Starke
for sizable motor loads. Ours ty records !In the office of A. J. Clay Counties Dec 21. to I
Alder In Starke.! Nov 15 Frank Rledman. 8 acres, Jan. 18. homes and garages have been
rs are all small consumers. Th.average Thornis. clerk since November 1, Deed Louise and C. F. Saylea Deed, OV 'and Dora I
1/7 and T .1 and Maybelle Alderman Deed, Federal Land Bank of Deed, FrAnk R'edmin' to Hary polled. The 8. A L Railway
Is probably: around tv-- 1037. and were compiled by the to E K. and Lois Ferryman / man
Columbia S. C. to A. J. Thomas, A 8 Jan. 18. depot grounds have been surfaced
ty-five kilowatts per month, witha Telegraph's reporter. Acreages, Interest In residence In Starke to People s Slate Bank, 46 I Peppennan acres .
3.Deed acres, Dec. !9 35 acres', Nov. 4, I Warranty Deed Mary A. Pcppfrmin with fresh llmerock
few who reach aa high as 400 to where given are approximate. Jan .
I R. H. Green to Fee Simple Deed P. A. Brinson nnd Adelbert Peppermim "The north entrance 10 town
500. We have never ellCOllrl1tJvolume Deed, Florence Varnado to A. Federal Land Bunk of Deed L. A. and :.
for voluraj'o c ::o :r.-. A. Edwards and wife, Lottie Edwards Columbia, S. C., to R. L. Smith, R. E. L. Green, 40 acres, Dec. 10. to 21. F. and Florence Brown, 3 I to D. E. and N. I. Knight, ove.- Raid 13 has a number f-t
97 lots In Starke Oct. 28. 8 acres, Jnn. 18. problems that we hope to solve.
Deed M. F. ,
Some think this. Is a mistake. The 50 acres, recorded Oct. 10. 30 acres Nov. 17. Tax to Wiggins
Deed Otha Godwinto 'acres, Nov. 1. Tax Deed, to C. J. Powell blocks Deed, A. A. and Elma Futch to We wart to have a new fence and
Deed T. L. Godwin to Tom Warranty
fact M the low rates cooking
c previously offered by some citiesIs Stewart 1 lot, Dec. 13. Mary Adams Dicks. 20 acres, Tax Deed to W. H Edwards H. and I., Rising's addition to T .1. Alderrann, 257 aCI"S, Jan. painted gate at the cattle-gap,
i and to remove or repair\ a number -
below what it costa to producethe Tax Deed \V. S. Sibley 10 acres, Nov. 18.Warranty. Jr, CO acres, Nov. 1. Stiirke Jan. 3.
current. Dec. 6.Tax deedV.. H. and Tux: Deed to L. G. Powell, 7 Tax Deed, C. J. Powell, blocks Warranty Deed John and Henry of old fences and dead trees

"Recently! when the ten percort Deed Issued to Mrs. Irma Frances Goodwin to Mary Adams acres, Nov. 1. E. and P., Rising's addition to Go'lwln to Charles and Sophie a Ion Ithe\ road-side

discount was given our load stepped S. O'Neal, 40 acres, Dec. 6 Dicks 20 acres, November 18. Tax: Deed to L. G. Powell: 5 Starke, Jan 3. Knpler, lot 10-B, East Lawtey, In"The which sign board problem to i-nllst(Is one the!
! tope
Deed T. J. Alder acres: Nov. 1. Tax Deed Mis. Lizzie Strick Jan. 15.MaHter's.
to capacity of present Tax Deed Issued to W. S. Sib- Quit Claim ,
up of to the
equipment We cannot take on ley, 20 acres, Dec. 6. man to W. T. Weeks 40 acres. Tax Deed l to L. G. Powell 5 land, 20 acres, Jan. 3. Deed P;. K. Perrymanto end support of property most owners of them en

lVt more load before adding more Tax: Deed Issued to J. W. Pre- Nov. 26.Quit acres Nov. 1. Tax Deed to C. A, Griff, 80 M. A. Smith. 130 acres Jan. 20. removing At the time we

equipment. Our city officials vatt 3 acres. Dec. 6. Claim Deed Eveline Bar- Tax Deed, to M. F. Wiggins, 120 acres, Jan. 3. Quit Claim Deed, W. H. and tirely. present
I have all sizes and shapes goodand
have already made, public their Tax Deed, Issued to W. H. ton to W. T. Weeks, 48 acres, acres Nov. 1. Tax Deed, to C A. Griffis, 40 Mettle Barwick to Peoples State bad and altogether too

plan to pay off bond maturities Smith 50 acres Dec. 6. Nov. 26.Quit Tax/ Deed, to E. E. Lee, 20 acres Jan. 3. Bank 301 acres, Jan. 21. They spoil the landscape view many and

during the summer and try to se- Tax Deed Issued to H. B. Claim Deed W. P. Smith acres. Nov. 1. Deed C. A. Grlffli to Pearl Guardians Deed Mrs. Truba give impression of Starketo
I to W. Tax Deed to T. F. and Laura Deen 120 Jan. 3. to W. H. Smith lots In a poor
cure Increased machinery at the Stokes 20 acres Dec. 6. i aril wife Mrs. T. E. Smith acres, Hodges a travelling this wayfor

.. plant for the coming winter. With Deed, Federal Land Bank of II Smith, 120 acres Nov. 23. Belle Brown 80 acres, Nov. 1. Master's Deed T. F. Landrum Sampson City. Feb 1, the stranger first time.

additional plant equipment we Columbia, S. C., to R. L. Reddish, Quit Claim Deed, J. H. and Isabel Tax Deed to T. F. and Laura special muster, to Federal Farm Tax Deed Cecil R. Moore 40 "We are asking the aid of the

may safely take on an additional '0 acres Dec. 16. I Ritch to Bradford County Belle Brown, 20 acres, Nov. 1. Mortgage Corporation of Colum- acres, Feb. 7. public in helping to make these

load and all we have to do to Deed Federal Land Bank of Board of Commissioners, 29 acres Tax Deed., to T. F. and Laura bits, S. C., 40 acres Jan 6. Tax Deed, to Cecil R, Moore, 10oCI'es. state nods attractive In order to
23.Deed Eello Browu 100 acres, Nov. 1. Warranty Deed, R. H. Green, Jr., Feb. 7.
load up the plant is to reduce the Columbia, S. C., to William Thomas Nov. give a favorable Impression to via-!
price. 270 acres, Dec. 16. I W. G. and Jessie Seals to Tax Deed, to L. T. Johns 20 and wife, Lucille Green, to American Tax Deed I, to Cecil R. Moore, 17 /itors entering our city "

"City officials know the consum Deed Ada and S. T. Thomas, Julia! Johns, Dec. 1. acres, Nov. I, Tung Groves, Inc 40 acres acres, Feb. 7. The club will hold Its regular
Claim Deed Etta and \Vllllan !- Jan. 11.Warranty. Tax Deed, Foster Sill Smith, 80
era osition and are human but :and C. D. Thomas to William Deed, M A. Smith an liquidatorof Quit : meeting at the Woman's Club this
Bank Bradford to Cella E. Dew, 20 Deed J. K. and Iva acres, Feb 7.
they have definite obligations to Thomas, 54 acres. Dec. 16. Bradford County to > Hendlev afternoon ( Friday) at 2'30 o'clock.
meet. You may confidently trust Deed, Loca and Sara Sweat andT. County, 20 acres Dec. 3. acres, Nov. 8. Douglas to American Tung Tax Deed to G. W. Flail 20 The public Is Invited

this matter of rates to their band- R. and Mollie Sweat to L G. Deed Max and Rose Shane to Quit Claim Deed, B. T. and Beu- Groves Inc., 80 acres, Jan. 11. acres Feb. 7. -?_, ___- .-f.
ling and their record for fair deal- ind May Powell. 23 acres, Dec. S. MIzlahl, 1-2 Interest In 100 lab Stewart to C. L. and Minnie Quit Claim Deed, Marlon Forbesto Tax Deed, to G. W. Hall, 300'

Ing will not change. In due season 20. acres Dec. 3. Adkinson, 160 acres, Nov. 8. W P. Harden and A W. Wel>t- acres Feb. 7. I Help With Returns

lower rates will come, unless Deed. Federal Land Bank of Deed, T. J. and Clara Alderman Master's Deed to Ida Alderman nero Jan 11.Muster' Tax: Deed, .o Foster Shl Smith I A deputy eoUe 'tnIf internal

.\, the upward trend in costs of every Columbia, S. C., to Irma E. O'Neal to L. Q. Powell, 16 acres, Dec. 6. Kinds !In Starke, Nov 12. Deed A S Crews to 80 acres, Feb 7 I, revenue will be In Starke Friday

Item they use makes this Impos- 139 acres. Dec. 22. I' Deed, Federal Land Bank of I Master's Deed !of. A. Smith as Volley McKlnney 37 acres, Jan. Tax: Deed to 0 W Hall. 40 Much 4, to assist taxpayers: In the

sible. Until then, your continued: Warranty deed S. 1 E. and Julia( Columbia. S. C., to N.V.. !ManI liquidator of Bradford County 11 acres Feb. 7.'C'mtlnued. I preparation of their Income tux

support will be appreciated" Fogelberg and S, J. and Marguer-I sell! 80 acres. Dec. 4. Dank to P A Brioaon, bank build- I Deed D. I. Chesser to V V Ha- On Page Eight) I -elurr.j for the year 1937.

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OK ""'.11: TAX I. "onlalnln. a..r. TUHKI: to the highest bidder at the court I
T"T ItKKIt "I o'rl'F .PP"'U r
CK.HTIKM.ATKMNOTICK ; more .. > I W> TO: house the first .le property under < ,ill U
nnlil, Illll "0. hEll (Senate- HIM n. d"o. on Monday 'In Ni 430 '
IS IIEnUBY GIVEN that I The certlflcata taxes to Non SOU are and."lo"'d NflTICKIS 1""n.l.H ": Hny [VKN, That NOTICHMHKKKBYtUVKN-: Robert H. Runsell also known a.Rolill.t the of March, 1938,, which In tlth'AL ;. the wan in: 'n. ": ,"
Jr. haa filed with by of of Tnx Russell and Goor- the 7th of assess I",," 1""
W H. Edwards 1929 and 1933 respectively, andru.prese'nt \V H holder' of Tax ( "r- W II Smith..Uiolder H H. OlbbH day Mar"l. 1938. said property under ''I II
me written reiin-Mt| that the taxi the unpaid taxes for 8mlh. 141 Inniied the 3rd Certificate ,42. tOuched the 7th A"nl Itusnell also known as Dated this of February. No. 487 was In m' i ""f'
i-rtlfli-nii'H together with all nubHCqlieul Irl'Rt. I) has filed his I 0:111.IOFFICIAT.: the n ,,
the yearn I 1120 to 1937, both IncluHVI d.y A".t. A. P 19:1, hun filed day of August. 1933 Georgia Annn Ilhh. nl"Ael. known: the .1 "I '.
omited or levied taxes held made and has made each nf RI AI. ,'
has offli wife' ) "
.81. In my J'lr.t Stret. "
>. amounting I 5))13 sHills my .ttl". .n11 under ,
by th. $lut.. l. ldvprtieoli and sold nppllcntlon. fur, a tax deed be.iHMiicd appcnton for a tax deed to be Wlnnton-Snlem' North larnlll: A. J. THOMAS aim was In the said I I: '",.1

to the hlghi-xt Milder fur cash asprovided ALSO: l.t:1: In Womlawn InSec I thiMciin' Said i-ertlflcnle em* Issued I certificate ""- OREBTINOS!: Clerk of Circuit' Court of Friedman the n''I' ", ,
hiliupter 1H21C of Hi 4I'IJ7 > 16 a bracer the following denrrlbedprupcitj bracen d..rrlb.d You are hereby notified that a Bradford County Florida. ; asnesnii ,iit, I 'II I".

in IH of *the 1..I..llr.. upon taining .10 acres mitre or .lesn I In t Ciiiiniv of Bradford, property of }adtord, milt has been Instituted In the Circuit 2-11-41-3-4 351 property was 'In under said ">iiu I ,. ". :

the r"lnwlla described non estateIn The taxen to be Hold are evidencedbv state of Klnrldn.'' to-wlt: Stnte of he""Olt"hl, : Court of Bradford County the the name ,,t "niKl'', .

". .II' of 1.dr.rd. Slate of ,'.rlr"'al. Non. lit and 617 of Blkn 2S. 34 20 loin In ('r".I)' Block Shore* In Florida, In Chancery, hy (1. W. Alderman : under assessment of the :,i, i I",
( 1908* respectively and represent Section 24 Alderman 4>K 5 1.1" OK TAX 2/16 of said '1"1
'Iorltn. la.wl: ."I IaIoi. shores In 8RV4 of of and I> hie 01'1 366 uniii I ,,,
.c. Q".r.r or. .
for the t.lth..t was In the I
'taxes ""
Wood- the ATR-I
48 In unpaid naiiu
of and
4 A In .Nt:>4 of Section 25 ToWflslut wife an plnlnlirfn 1 against you .i ,;
Ntrth.ast ,
IHWII II HIM 10 Tp 6 8. K. 22 yearN 1907 tit 1937.: both IncliiHlve.amounting 6 Sun Hi, Ranwe 21 Bunt. Iti, Township 6 each of you as defendants.: Cuse No NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that said Friedman; the usseSHiiiMn, I

"t. containing 20 Acres, more to $75.2.i. The aHHeHament of the saId' property South nnnce 21 East. C. .., lllltlHi-il bus filed with me property under sul' No. ":1
or less.The ALSO: Lot 44 \V' of Lot 4.1III under the said .. laHiied The annessment of the said property 711.And you each are hereby required \'II." I..II..t that the tax cer Houser 646 was In the n."". ,'p I ,:":,

taxes (o IIP hold era evidenced Wo.dl."n '' ".r.! 16, 1.... 6 wn 'In the .rtr'.I.Ilmon under the .nald ""rlth'at. isi'tiei appear In siild suIt on March "" together with all suliBequent : the nnsestinieiii' i i
bv ..rlrl..lt. o.15 and 673 of 8 It R., "Bnlalnlnl 16 a"re. L'a''U' was In the name llr. 7th A. Ii. 19.18 and thereafter t.. file bolted or levied taxes held property 432 under said it-ini, i ",'I.i ?

1902 113:1: '-. .I..lv.!, and represent more or I... saId certificate .hal he V. Hlhbnrd.t'nlesH your written defenneH If any, to the by the Slate be ndv.rl""e and sold Lumber was the name of I:","I.,
"" for the ) evidenced .. the shall be to the highest c-HHh (Company the ,
.. The taxes to be sold) are redeemed according to llw. said certificate of complaint within the time hlld"r BI- s .
y..r" 1401 In 1017, both Inclunlve.amounting hv ...rlrl.t. N.. 214 and 214 of properly. denci Hied therein wi beHold redeemed a""o.In8 to law, the .hil.prescribed by law. Herein fall not provided, by (Chapter 1S2K8 uf the Ihe said. i unilei I u'','lt'

(. $1516)1) !1931! 193 respectivelY. and reprenent to the highest bidder the property d..rl..d wIl be or judgment will' be entered againstyou 1937 acta nf the Legislature, upon ".pr.t.'II was Hie
ALso: LotH 44 In Wood In wn 'In th. unpaid .tnxen for the court hoiinc door on the fi ret %l on- sold to bidder the by default.Bradford the roll.wln" described real estate of tor

Sec. 10, Tp. 6 K il. 22 1-3. con yearn 1930 to 1937, both 'Inclunlve, clue In the month of M.r"h. 1939, court house door on the first Monday County Telegraph, ,, tb. l'.unlv of Bradford. State of Unless said' certificatei

I"nln., 30 acres, more or lenn. IIn.nnlnl to $46.85 which In the 7th dny of larCh. 19.1H. In the month of J.rCh. 1938, hereby denlgnated the duly qualified Florida towltl I Il.ot redeemed according ti ,,,!;

Th. "" ,to 1. cold are .vl..n'.d ALSO: Lots 4. 13 'In Woodlnwn Dnl.e thin 20th iluy J"nuIry. which the 7th day of Illr"h. 1938. newHpiiper .which this notice I 1, : & S'i' of Lot 3 &All properties dtmcrlbed then-m. im ,

liy certificate No. 30 .nd 'In Sec 15. 'I'". It 8. R. 22 E.. 13M. Dated thla. 20th day Janu Hlial tie I'ubl.h.e once each I..t 8 A Nl.j of Lot 9 & Lot sold to the highest bldih, :'' II:ill
1103* and nnd i ,,
19.1.1 r""I'lve'y. represent 20 acren. more or ((J..IlIAL SEAL) ary. 1938. week for four ,"tV. weeks aa 111, 17 Id, 01, 6. 66. B7, 6S, 514! "'""rt-ho"" door on the i ,
the 1111"ld for the .ontalnlnl J. THOMAS IO..ICIAL SEA I.) provided by law.Wl1'NEtttI 60 & Not 8 64 In Wood day Ia. the Month of IMM i u,
yearn 1901 both 10"IJHlv. ... flerk of Circuit Court of J. THOMAS. lawn Sec. 29 Tp. S S. which Manii !n-:
. $. The taxes to I. are evidenced' my hand and official R 22 K. Is th. 7th.. day of
- to $84 9 .ao' M.U.I'U.
amounlnl hv and of Bradford County FlorIda.216t32. Clerk of Circuit Court of seal .at Starke Bradford CountyFlorida conlolnlnl 150 Acres more orThe 1938. I
I .in Woodlawn' l. No.
3. 'In
: : .t" r"rlt" 61 I Bradford County Florida.' thin .
24th D.
respectively rep January A. 1838.OFFICIAL Dlted this !Hh.,
'In of
Kef. 10 Tp. 58. K. 32 E, 1130 193 day IM I
,- (tnxen for the 1-2S-6I-2-25. ( SEAL' ) tacos to be sold are evidenced A. 10.18. ) I,
containing' 20 acren, more or ... Ih. unpaid _ _ 1.
. (OHM.The. yearn, 192(1! to 11.17. both ''nrll.lv. KPKtltt.: %"'.''' A. J. THOMAS by r".trl".te N.. 172 and 830 of (O"'I..IIAL SEAL)

*-J; taxes to be nolil are evidenced amounting to $55.24. OP W '11'O'I'I'F. I NO'FfF OK APPLICATION Clerk of Circuit Court of 1933 respectively ant J. THOMAS

hv certificate Noa. 123 and 668 of ALSO: r.ol. .18 In WoodlawnIn NOTICK 18 HEKEBY GIVEN thatnniler TAT DEEDScents Bradford County Florida' represent I..a for the years Clerk of Circuit i u., .

1927 and 191.1: r."p..lv..v.. and represent ... 16. Tn.:7. *8, I 22 R. con and I In accordance with that ( Bill -So. InNOTI'I KNIGHT & KNIQHT. to to $44H\7.1937. OII 'n.I""I"e. am"unUn& Bradford Count. I'i I,

'the unl' la.e. for the taining20 acres, 'H. or less.The certain final decree, of foreclosure I IS IIEIIKBY ThatW. Attorneys r. phlntf. 3-11-41-3-4.
Y"lr. 1128 (to 11137, both In".lve. tnxen be nold ore .v.l..n..o nale rendered by Hon. A. Z. Smih. holder of Tax; Cer- 12851220NOTICK.. Said tax certificates together withal
amounting' to 173 :33 hv NOH. 2711 ,"e aH Judaro of the Circuit ttlcal. 142, l l.nued the 3rd --- subsequent omitted or Levied' -

ALtt. lot 4V..ltWI' In '910 .rtt..I. and represent Court A"kln.of Bradford Florida I .y Auguat, A. t>. 13. han filed OK MILK OK TAX .. wlf be sold' to the highest N O'rl'I'! OK ""...., OP TURTIKI4THH
!: r..p..tv"'v. (County bidder
Sec. II. Tp. E. the for the In Chancery. In certain caunependlnNT name In n.y office has made ('KUIIKICVrKMNOTICE the Courthouse door 'In :

taining 10 acreH, more 'lesa. yenrs 1121 Inp.11 both In.IR.lv. said' Court wherein' D. application for a tax deed to be IS HEItEBY OIVEN that .starke on the 25th day of February, NOTICE IS HEREBY ClI: I I ISirs.

The taxes .auIiI| are evidencedhv amounting lo $69.11.ALSO K Knight, plaintiff and Eugene I United thereon. SOld certificate emI Lucille I.'. Kilwardn han filed with 1938* at 11:00 I : o'clock A. St.1)at.ui : Josephine Edward 'I.1. f.1tal v

.. tl'n I. NOH 9.1 and 678 of : 47. In Woodlnwn I.. Kitchen .Kl. A') are defendantS I braces the to'.wln. dencrlbvdproperty me written request that the taxcerllflcuteH this the 511 I day of February with me written request 1 :ilm I, ",
1928 and I 1933! renpertlvely' and 1,01. f In the Bradford.I with all subsequent 13R.OI"1'J'IAL. certificates togeihei,
rep- -
In Sec 16. 6 11 E Cane No. 758. the undersigned peclnl together \\ ,
recent the unpiild' taxes for the I 20 Tp. t MiiHter bv sHill said decree ap I Stale of Florida to-wlt: omitted or 'levied taxes held ( SEAL) subsequent omitted inb-\ <"I",

yearn 1927 to in 17. both ''n".lv., The taxes to acres lift sold, am. or evidenced lens. pointed will nell the highest bid- Illkn 27 32-20 Lots 'In CrosbyLake by the State he advertised and soldto J. THOMAS held by the State he ad\iin-i I.o, >!"),
amounting to tiO 40. Shore In SEH of $ 24 the highest bidder for cash Clerk of Circuit Court of sold to the highest blddi-t ,
.o. a.
I hv Nns and *625 of dp r for caHh In front of the South I( .1,
ALSO' 1..1:2 In Wiiodluwn In (1928 .rt'rl..I. 1f and, froiu door of the Hradford County At III NJI. of Section 25 Town provided by House Bill 396 of the Bradford County Florida.' as provided by (hIIJ.. i ti."<

Bur II, Tp|". 5 S II 22 B. ,'. 1133 r..tv..y. for represent the- ConrthoiiHe In Starke, FI.rhJa clurboa ship Range 21 Bant. 19:7* ""I. of the LeglHlature.! upon 2-1I.IH-2-25. the 19l7: acts I.. i.eRi-" ," ,

tnlnlng I g 10 urreH" more n' I, y.or. 1131 Ih. to 1937 I.xp.both Inclusive, i the legal! hours of ""I. on Mon- I The annanHmeiit of the raid property rol.wlnl dencribeil real' estateIn upon the tOlow'n. deniiii., ,,,r'I| .

The taxes to lie Bold are .vld.n,1 $74 83. lilly March 71 h A n. 1938 the foli..nIng under the mild c..tltl..I. Inniied nf Bradford State ofFioniila. tOTICK OK 4)1.1-1 OK 'r"x estate In CUlnty of I:i i
liv <-...11.1. NOH.". 260 and 6711 of nm"nlnl premlxea In Elradfoid wan 'In the name of 11'". Eva to.wlt: (-i.31'i'tFl.ITIMNorIrrt : State of 11..da.| of

1930 19:3. and. represent the ALSOT.
unpaid ta.." t., the y.ar 1929 li H. 16. Tp. B 8. U 22 T':.. containing K'<\- of S\VI,4 of NE'/, Sec. 1C saId certificate "h.1 he 22 Il.: containing: 40 Acres, Curl' J.ne. hal filed with me written Sec. 12 Township, 6 Soul ii. Iti"::1.

I! 13. ,both Inell.h.. o"o.nllM to taxes 10 to acres tie Hold, more or .lens.The Twp. 6 S. R. 23 E redeemed ."cordlnl to the more or 1... requent that the tax cert If Icaten I- 21 Ea.t. "nnta.n'n&' 80 A. HI

:8.80 .r. .vht"c,0 T. FlttN'K properly therein wil he The taxes te he are evidenced together with subsequent mor. or
: NI' '., of SW'/ & liv .rllr""I. NOR. I T.ANnRll.A. sold. to the hIghest bidder' the al' omitted al taxes
NW"i f 121 Special MR"I.r by certificate No. .t 1928 respectively or levied ta.. held by the ''h. to be Hold. anv I,
of SEH.' In SIMli( Tp. 6 S. H. 2 1927* and 1933 r..rlv.ly. .nd represent K.VKUIT I & KNMOHTAflorneVH .-onrt hopi lie door on the fI ret Monday and represent taxes for State be Idv.rl.pd and sold' the bv certificates Non. 376 ol I I'

B. .nlolnlnl SO a.re. more the ,, for the for plaintiff. In the month of March, 19.18, the years 1927* to 11.11. both 'Inclusive highest blde.r cash an provided Hpectlvely, and represent tax" '

.."". Y.lr. 1126 to t31. biiih Inclu.h.. 2-18-31-3-4. which In the 7th day of \"I'"h. 1938.Dated amounting to $95.98. by (' ." 18296 of the 19.17 acts the years 11.17: both, I u:

The taxes to lie Hold' are evidenced amounting to this 20th day Janu A USD: I..t SKIof: SWVi of the I"al.llt"r. upon the follow dye, ( ,I 1:21 to $1301.

by certificate N.. 62 and 6x2 of AI.SO: Lot. 5R Il of Lot 31 '': OF ary. III.O"'FICIAL. S".. 83 8. U. 22 E.. containing log d"'rlb.d real' estate 'In the Sulil tax eertrlcat.a togeth-1, ,

1908 and 193.1: respectively and r.p.r"1 In Womllawn In I.. 17. Tp. 5 8. "OTI' T \'PPJr'TIO" ( SRAL) 20 Acres, More or Less. County n f Bradford, State of FlorIda nil .. onll.d, or I,. .
the unpnld tea for the It. 2 K. ronl.lnhll 16 acres 'Ol .: A. J. THOMAS The taxes to be sold are evidenced to-wlt: taxes wil be the him
year 1)07 to 11:17: both Inclunlve, (nor. or .. (".nnt. Rilln.flIV94 pEt That Clerk of Circuit Court of by certificates Nos. 1319 of 1933 nespectively Com. at SR Cor of NWV4 of bidder the Courthouse dottnrke "
1 IfitItF2RY .
amounting to $1,151.56. The taxes be Hold Are evidenced SOTI' > riradford Florida.1UGt226. and "'unV .ITS 'dc NE'I on the 25
W of Tax Certificate (I"nty. represent taxes for B ) N 175 day nf Fetu* t
ALSO: Ri-i of SW',4 of NEH B hv ,'.rl'.I.' Nun. 107 and 8.14 of Hmlb.. iHHiied hn..r the 7th day ofAugust the yearn 1932: to ,1137. both IncluHlve 111 Yd., S 17ft YdH.. to heg H A. '1918. at I7EFTTIIi I ::00 o'clock-. M.

W', of Wl} of MW'. of NK'. (1928 and 133 r..lv.1v. and represent 41. amounting to $28.64. NKM of NRi' Sec. Tp. 7 Imted this the tth day or i P''< .
A. has filed
8R'-i of N\V" & WWj of SWV the unpaid I.x.. for the 1. 19:3. .ane { IV TUB NAMK OF THE STATEOF Said tax certificates together with S. R. 21 E.. 3 Acres nrv 1938.OFFICIAL: .

of Srn!,. In Set- 12, Tp. 6 S. R. y.ar. It)!? to 1937. both ''ncll"lv. In my ofl. ha. made application FLORIDA: all "subsequent or Levied more or I. "rontalnln.4 ( SEAL)

2":.* containing 90 acres, more loonntnl to $63.37 I tax to lasued It appearing by affidavit. filed 'Inthat tuxes will .> omll"e th.highest bid The taxes to be sold are evidenced A. J. THOMAS,
thereon. SaId certificate embraces
fr ..lean.Th ALSOLot: 4 In Woodlawn In I ihe following property In certain cause 'In Circuit Court don at the Courthouse door In by ,'.rtf'"t.' Nos. 195 of 1934 re- Clerk of Circuit Court

taxes to lie Bold are evidenced See. 17. Tp.. S:8 It. 23 E.. con- the d'rlh.e State! of I Bradford County Florida.' In Chancery Stark on the 231 h duy of February ."."tv.ly. r."r..nt taxes for Bradford County, Flondi

lay certificate N. 125 and 6S3 of tnlnlng IO acres, more or I. I'ounl' .r: ( entitled. Laura Belle Whit. I 915.: at I::00 o'clock A. 1.Oat.d y.ar 1933 131. both 'Inclu 2-i 1-31-3-25.
1927 and 1913: rep- .. I..rldl. t..wlt plaintiff, vs. J. F. .. Hlve.
r""II.lv.ly. ane The tnxen sold are Whit. the 5th day February amounting to
East SecI 1.1"
10 Lot
| Acres of ':
recent the .n'UI,1' the bv certificate .,.. 108. .v.I.n..d.< Thr. fondant, and the ..I.r prayed for 1938OFFICIAL: 1..le tux together v-lth
N. Inn 25 TownshiP South c"rtT"'al'.
yearn 112 19.17. both 'Inclusive 29. being Divorce: defendant all voiio: OK -HI.K
i.f 192K. 1930 and 1931 21 Kant containing 10 thlt th. ( SEAL) ""' ." or Levied ItT
1: amounting to 1.124.92. nod represent the "r."p..lv.! n"nl' a resident of a or Country A. J. TUUM AR. taxes will be Hold to the highest bid CKHTIKI TII

t AI_' n' NI.t .SW t of SWVi InHec the yearn 1527 to 1117, lioth .IncliiHlve .r.. more or lenn. unknown to the 1)IIlnltt. and that Clerk of Circuit Court of der at the Courthouse door In NOTICE IS HEKEBY OIVICN ,
12. Tp. S S. R. 22 91.. con- The axneaHment of the .R.d pr..p."rl" there no State of Lestur Kite has filed with
person Florida. on the 2-rith day of me u ,
amotanhing to : fleture County 1111'k. February,
under' (lie said certificate .la-
taming' 80 acre, more .lean. tfl.3: Floi'Ida. service of ten request that the ,
or personal process :! at I I'I ::00 A. &t. tax certhi: H
I Tlin tnxeH 10 be Hold are evidenced ALSO: IxitH. 63. 82 In WonilInwn Hued van In the. name of L'nknown. upon whom would personally bind' this 'the .5th. of trigeher wilt all SUhHeiU4-llt| <.i t

bv certificate No,,. 94 and 0 of In Sec 17. Tp. B 8. II 22 I'llleHH said ...Ilrl.ol.Hhnll he re- the sold defendant.IT I".e. : duy F.bl'u- or levied IIIXVH held by tin s.I: |

1928 mid in.11: rexpectlvelr and represent E containing 20 acres, more or domed aci-ordlnar to luw, the property 1> OHDI HID. that the Defendant "OI'l'Fl OK 5Pll.h'l'lO' FOR SRAL) I be advertised and sold to thi hit:

_ the unpnld tax"" for the ...". dencribeil therein will I b. Hold J. P. \ Jr., appear to 1I" Dh:93hPtCenate : 11""I"I'IAf.. J. IAM. ceh i bidder for i-unh as pun lit i
1 .1927 I The levee hi. cold nre evidenced lo the hlKheHt hldd.r at the courthouse Illll Vit. lflO TI( Chapter I I82'>
y""r In IH7 both Int""lv. the bill of o.n'Illlnt on the 7th day NOTICE a Clerk circuit of 6 of the 111:17: .1- -i
1 ""n""n8 } l.rch. C. County Florida.,
t : : "I7'4' of SB'!/; of NE'/i 1927 and 11.13 .. .. and represent the inontli .r April 11.18 which lathe I.r. .." will be entered against l.u'II. No.dw.rd", holder of Tax 3-11-31-2-25. dHf-rlbe| real estate In thii i i' n

III Hec 1. Tp 5 I. I 22 'H.. ,','n- the unpuld* taxes four 'the Ith )' of April. 111.18Iiued him for his failure to appear that l..tt"al. 671. 1".I"d the 7th of Brndfoi-d, State of Fl. .1 : ;
talnliiK acreH, or Ie0fl. yearn 1128 1:13. both 'Inclusive, thin I7lh day of F.bruary. this order be published once a week I Ir.r Jlly. A. I). 190. has filed wll : t
The he nlr. to $ 1938OFFICIAI.. same In my office and has madeuiimili'ntion 'NOTHH: ." .PPI.fCATIO KOII SE'-i of NWV
li cpa t. .nld are evlrlencefl 1".nnllll four weeks In the I & Wij of so :ii
.nn".utve for a tax deed he 'l'IIK.KI,
: ( SRAT.) to Issued :
bv certificate Nod 95 and Bradford S\V'/4 Section ,
684 of AhHOIrfit: 60 vriinfllnwn In T"I..r.ph. a news- 3 Tp ii ii'M:
1928 and .193.1 renpoctlvely. and Sec. 17 A. .1. THOMAS of general published thereon. Said certificate em- I".n"C. HIM o. 1O.1t flange 23 EuHt, '
t'' reprenont Tp 6 8 R. iolltnlnlnir taper "Ir"u'aton. 1 braces the i ( IS cnntuimnu: -'.
2 1. following describediiri'pt'ity HEItEBY:
the uniinlil IHJK-M for the 10 lenn. Clerk of (11"ul Court ofHradford In Bradford COlnIY. 'I.rlda. fllVKN: That Acres, more or less. i

years 127 to 1917. both Includlve' The taxen to Hence h..Hold .sire. evidenced (oully. Florida. \.ITX": my hand and official. In the County of Bradford I. B. Alexander holder of Tax C"r.tlrl.at. The tuxes to tit noli! inibv .
stale of
to 151.47.AT.SO bv certificate 2-19-Bt-3-18. Court thla February 2 FI.I"a. tn-wlt: .. Numbered respectively, 256 cell ificate.. Nos.
NOB. 198
.molntnN :218 and 811 of I ..Id South Half of Southeast Quarter *Inniied July 8. *23: Issued nn.l I I : |
i 1923
Hi' of $' of 8W of 1931 and 113! : r.lv.ly. and represent 19IS.OFFICIAL. I of Southwest I. 'loll, 323 I J36. July and 19.13. respect I vet) ,,.l] .
Quarter of July 4
< .
M> i in': oii.i3 01.' T''I.lt'I'I"'I' SEAL) 6/7 resent the taxes for
"W' 12. the
In for the v
Sec 12. ". 6 S. Inp"hl Section 33 Township 6 South, nf 32H Issued July 4, 11127, of < n: Pi
2 ( : "'i'ss: J. to I IH.I7. both
A. THOMAS. Inclunlve
yearn to 1117. linth inclusive ,,
10 un ui'iii
ucrei, more 11:0 I Kange 22 Rant 2.-.S Issued
.2 ..'nntalnlnl amount $37411. NOTICK I HY DIVEX that Clerk of Circuit Court of contalnln& 20 July 6. 1924, 282* Isnued. lo $8.16.79. ,

The. AI.SOTxitH' thHt UnI & Porter han filed with Bradford County, Florida.. Acres more or July 6. in26* 1/2 nf .164 Innued ALlot: NX, nf SR'- & SI-
taxen to h.sold. are evidenced : 35. 38 A N".j of HxHeHHiiiriit of Aug. 5. .1 t r
by [. t 38 all lots me written request that the tax T. FRANK LANEIRUSEAttorney 'I'h. the said prop- 1929. Isnued Sept. 5. sit', & Rli of
eertlflcnte No. 2il of and 41.: 44. 4.'i. XI3'4 of M t
& .
1931. r 41. certificates together with all subse'Iii'Pl erty under the .alI .Issued 19:2. 4/1 nf ItS. I".d Aug. 6, NE' of
reprenent the tinpnld the 47, 48. 60. Bl. && V'j: of lo for Plaintiff. wan In .rUrl.I. : 1928 430: Ixnuad-Allg. NWV Sec. 3 Ti| '
( .r 3. 1931
y.ar. 19.14* 1917: both In.lu.lv. Sec 8ft, ni Lot 84 Wnollwn the n"ll.d lie or ndvertlned I..d, taxes. and heldhy Holdto 2-4-61-3-4. .. Hnnkernnn.Unlens 487 Issued Julv' 2, 11454, CttO issued more It. 22 or E..less.containing 180 V !
Tp. B S U. Ilal.
Im..nl'nl t $17.43. the said certificate shall be redeemed l"l.t. 6, l illS. 301 .Isntied July 4, l7 The t
bidder fur cash annroxlded o.I.I4 II 01' tuxes to be
14O sold --I
: l..t I acres, or .. : 'PPI.\'TI0 are evl-i-
0 MIT 14. Tp 4 \Vn.tlawn. The tiixen to 1 Ite Hold'nur.ate % I... I bv C Chapter 18218 of the I i-'oit TKWfiiate ..: : ,ace..dlnl to. law the proprty / of till Issued AlI. 5. 131.! 646 bv certificates Non 216 and > I
con- "vhl..e will be sold JlllV 7. : .
I. 1910. :
tttlnlnfr 10 Ares, '" 1. lenH bv ..lflrRt. N.. In" 1937 a..t. of the l eftrlnliiture. upon ( Illll : licit the I.u.,1 4:1 .., All- 1926 and Itl33: respectively, an I< I
,1 lrf highest at the X. nll I and 7 f
(lie hhl".r court / 310 Issued
127 real estate NOTICK: ,: That au resent the taxes for the
hv'h.eertlflcnte tnxen to Nun be .Hold lOt me and"e\-lilenced R09 of Inl the : r..lv.' :, for repi'uiuCnt the"ara In I full'w'1. C .lnt e"'I..e'h'Idturd. State of W. K. Imlh>HJtI.nrl.v, '.: Certificate h.u.. d..r nn the first Mondnv in office July 5, 1926 has riled frame In mv to 1937, both inclusive, aui'yeai i.1
month of bus
Ih. 13R. which .In made a I for
1058 Florida : Issued the 3rd Ap'I. .ld to $422.79.
1128 1'11".101
ind 191reinedIvely! nnd I ill?. both inclusIve, lo-wl 1:1' 1
the 4th ,
repreHenl '', of of NRl/i i- : of lILY of Ii. day nf 1938 tax ". to Innueil Said ALSO
Ih. unpHld fnxeK for the lunnnnlnj to $370 I 12. : :11 KR'i AiiRiint. ml: hits filed fluted this Mil certificates I ... : SWV4 of SR'', Se..
I ':'. Tp. 7 S. II 21 K., name 'In office and has made day uf F..rl.ry. r..I..tv.ly I embraces 8 8. R. 22 R. ,
venrM '2 to 131.I both IncliiHlve., \,1' .ut 34 in Wmidlawn In : my 1 9:11: I Ihe contulnlKAcreH :-
amolnlnl to 117,3B .. 'rI". B 8. R. 23 K, con i-iiiuuinltiff, HO Ac... more or application fur a tax deed to beInnued (OFFICIVL SRAL) In roluwlnl of. properties more or less
leHHTli Btuilford State of
I.tit In In taming ln acres. more or l lass Ih.r.nl., Said ,'.rtr"'at. embraces A. J. Florida to-wlt The lace to he sold are '"
'nn"'R"n THOMAS
4 :
Hec 14. 'I'. H 11. K. The taxed til he Hold are evidenced ..taxee to .. Hold are tvlHencedi.v the fol d""rlh.. cleik nf Certificate hy certificates NOH. 248 ami i
: .n. liv ciTtlfii-Mte 140 and 471 of property In the County of Circuit Court of No. 256 embraces NF'ot IVI6 and l 11Sf
tnlnlnnr 10 acres more or jell N.. 207 and fl..H of ..lth.ul.. :0" fr.dtord. NE'.4 of enpectlvely. .11 I
(ii"2( and I H'I2* : and State of to-wlt H"roro Coulty. Florida. l NWl. KI.4 & resent the
The .
191.1 repreHeni : ilnpalll
1 I.e r""I..tv.ly. tuxert t
I""e. I. Hold are' evidenced ..I'.tveIY. and represent FI"'ldl. -. of SK'/4 10 >t tyiars
hv "-.,'lrh'AI. Nun 204 and Ito-l of the t. for the the ".. I yearn .9:1: Illkn 3. 18 lots 'In Crosbjr --- Kunge 1"'Uo. Town.hi. 7 South 1914 to 1H7: both I In.,
to I'i.l7.! both I net liiHlve I Luke Shoren In nf --- 1'I.t. A"rel. tn
1921 : and v."r. 1131 to both SK'/i Sen. 24 amounting $167.17.
al.unlnl 0"1 OK .
1131. less.Certificate
113:1 r."I..llv.ly. reprenenl Inl.h'e. IPPMC\TIO\ more or
( unp-ild taxen for the !"""n''nN' to $2f. 10 $32.92. & In NIJM uf Sec. S.I Townshipii TIHII ALSO: ShJ'-i & ES ol -II
: : >
y.ar. 1'31! I I. i",7. both Inclusive, ,\ 1.1 13 in 'Wn.llnwn In ALSOSKI I of MVl.1 &SWI/ H."Ih. flange 21 Rant. Illll N.,. 1 11.11: of NE'i! & of 32.1. r'rtJl Sec. 4 Tp S H. It. 22 K:
i'f I4WI', Sec14 7 It 21 The nf the said C..I. if' NWVt mining 240
Sec. 20 unHeHMinent Acres .
am..IIt02 nAl.HO. ''p. 1 8. It 23 eontrainIng 11. t. property ] ti's IIEIIKBY SWI/4' HL more
niVEN' Lt'/u
f. I 10 .- NOTI'I' Il 11
lb 0 more or under said .InHiied Township The taxes to be sold
: ...1. I I'l. 20 21, 30 In The taxen to B'r.tie more I... lenHThe. "Inlnl .. wan I In I..the eel.tlh..I"Jane 1..dll. Edwardn, holder of Tax 7 Iouth. nUlle East, containing by, certificates Non 185 are i-\ i I.'
noli .t and I '
WiiodiHwn are" evidenced 1"' "
i seiin I 5 a. Ni. 13117. issued the 7th or less.
1' hv tnxeH to I de Hold are llalllH.I'nluHH. 'lth'al. Hill and 193.1: :
22 n certificate N. 2in 682* of respectively. .' I
H "vil.n."e
day A. Certificate
40 11.1 1933 has filed No.
pores. by certlflcateH Nun AlaUHt. I. 3.3. emtiruces All'
'nn'"lnhll 142 resent
tt.10 mid 111.1 sal certificate be the taxes
or leHft.The. : and represent 41 "hal name and has Suction I ; for the > i '
r..tl.ly. my made Township

hv laces, to l I.N'lm.. Mil.I are evidenced' I I' v..t. 1921 the to Inl1 137.* I.both Inclilelve tnI the, "Id3,"and 1 the U.1:lax.r..lv.ly.. 11. y..r ane 1931)- property redeemed dencrlbed ao-ordlng therein.. will. the be a"Ilh'atlol ,, otrl'e Said.certificate deed to be la- 22 Ennt less., :'oltllnlnl 640' South.Acres,Kange moreor to to $123.38.Al.so 19.17. .both Inclusive an I

..rlrh'al. nnd .u..1 th.r..n.
816 of to
I unionptInpr to 1117 both amounting mild tit the bidder at 4hecoutt .m. :
I9it $14 'Ii. Incll.lv. highest N'i Except 8W' ,
and 193.1:' braces the desi'ri tiedProperty 6/7 of Certlfliure
and reprcnenl to $1)4) .IT.AL8U tolowlnl No. 328 em
r."I..I'.y. AI.HOi door the first Mitn- NWI4 &
on .
it 33 In h.p SE'4 of NKISe.
the In In braces
.n".' I. for the Sec WonI.n : S\Vlt of SV'Sec.' 22 In County Bradford, Nij & VV,, of HW'/i Section 8 8.
yearn 1121 to 1 19:17: 20. Tp. I M. ., 'rI" Jay tips month of March. 'UIM.whl'h : Stnte of "Florida : 14 Townnlilp 7 I{, 22 E., containing .t(
tiolll .on- 7 S. South, Itange 22
to $123.37. In."lv. tnlnlitHT 10 a'.r. more or lent I 21 I-; cOltllnll1 40 Is the 7th day of M.I'.h. 1938. Northwest I.-wlt Northwest East, Acres, more or less.

amo.nlnl l.n Lots T). 40, 41., In The Iu.. to ..Hold are evidenced. ,The\""'"". mor. or I. this Ol day ..Janu.ary. Quarter, .less 6 acres In or 'less.'ultll"lnl 400 ACI'e. more The tuxes to be sold are ei i 'iv ,. taxen to he cold evidenced 1938. NF by
'In Hec 4 r"rlt.. Nu. in: and 637 of ar. "'. 4 1 nf certificates Nun. 420 nnd i I
15 1M Certificate
W'.I..wn | liy "'", 'orl" I..to. Township N. 258. em-
11' 1 1. I92H .n" II.13 and 'Url'al." :0" I and SOIl of OFFICIAL PEAL) 1927 and 193.1 respectively, ., '
repreneiit of
r""lv.IY. louth. I"t., contain NEVi & NWi of
and 1933: n.nl' NEW
th. for r..cUv..y. and replenent A J. THOMAS.Clerk r 1 resent the taxes far the
the ,
In more or .less. NF y >
the IR" the of : Court nfBradford A'r. : NWl/ & W'/j of BW>4 & to
yearn 1937 both lnclimlv .. t.r y.ar. 1931 Ih''ul The : 19.17, both Inclusive I:
aniotintlnic' to. '1131.. lo 1'137: both inclusive" Clunty. Florida assessment of the said prop /, of SE".t Section 15 Township to $531.35. am: "i
: to t.1.1 .lounllll erty 1..I.r the said certificate I.I "Ih. 22 i.i.illg '
BUSINESS ,\,11: IJ". 37. 13. St.( ((10! In 88. 1-28-51-2-20. sued wan the name nf ( ; .3MO H.II., more or I.t.1-----0" '- ALSO: W<4 of SW'4 Sec t Tp
W"'KI"wn In Hec 20. Tt.| B 8. .tV' of SWVi I'nlens ii.w'n. 8 S. 1C. 22 K.. containing 'i
., I. I Sec. 8 Tp. 7 S. U. ; contain OK APPI.M-1TIOM .ah. ..rlrl.at..hAi Certificate No. 2 i-ontaliilnir 3O
acres 2 lo-.rl deemed ,',' .VI-1 more or lens.
or ben "or. I ing 40 A" "". or IVHHJ. TAX KK.II: : ) prop. + pot7N j Section The taxes to be
'Ol sold 1
erty described therein 22 II are "
The taxen ''h. taxen to h" ChIli I (. Illll No. IH.t) will be sold I South 22 hv
are i-ertlflcaten
.nat. : Nos. ,
DIRECTORY evidenced .vll.n"e to the highest bidder' at the 660 186 amiof
.r. court I..t.
toy ..rUrh.al. NOH. Ill I and Otift of ply i-.'.tn.ll. S.". 483 of : r. NOTICE IS HEIIEBYO1VEN. That house door the first Monday in ''e" "olt.lllnl more or 1913 and 19.13 respeitl\ i II
I" W. H. of of nl .
.. "I'lV! and represent the Smith holder 41/48 Taxt'prtitl'ptte
19.13 taxes represent ,
'lv.ly. the the
and Inc month A unpnld taxeti t '
r.sleu'iiveIy H38 of
reprKMCiit which 13/21 Certificate .
r,1 'h. : to 1917 both In- Nn. 143, ,Issued the 3rd 11'1. I.I No. 864 embriices
Ih. unpaid taxes for the yel\'H 11:1: the 4lh day of years 1912 to 11.17.: both In
SLj of
<-liiMlve, f day of August. A. II. "31. han filed 193. & N'/j '.
1927 $3 1.7'1.
19:17.: al"'Iln amounllng to
both &orNw
DRINK Incltmlve. Dated this 6th day & Wi/j of % $31865.
R February, vr" HWH
: i of of same In office and made of
antiiiintlnir to 141 \to :W' NI. 8 my In. i 1131OFFICIAL. HRI4/ Section ALSO: KU, of 8KV, ol "tI
.91.14(1 portion of of > application for a tax beIssued "" ) 7 Solati,.
: :'/ In Sec 21. 1. d.. ( SRAL) Range 22 East Sec. G TI,. S S R. 22 E.
Tp.: 6, 14. 1C. jt K. : v NW', I cf liv. & 1 18 ", In thereon. Said certificate embraces containing 260 Ing 20 Acres .
-i.nlullilnic 40 'rf. A. J. THOMAS. Acres, more or less. more or 1- -
Th ni-reH, more nr lenn. I 17 Tp;; T of S. II.HVVLi 23 K nf SVl'4 Sec. the In the following Count v of Bradfoid described, Clerk of Circuit' Court of l.'lt..I. No. 65ft. enthrucen NE1 The taxes tn he sold nre i-\ '
tnxeH t. hi. sli| | I evidenced containing' property II.'aoltord County Florida.' by tent i thu tea Nos. 888 nncl :
H I"e 23 I Stnte of to.wit I.ctul 13. Townahlp 1 South Range
Iii V .rlt..I. N. 222 and 888 Acren. more or leHH,1The Flurlila. : I rijrt and I 19:11: :
of ,
,19.11:, tnxen to be nold are evidenced RIbs 1 1-11 ...1. & flk. 4. B. 1-1-5t-3-1. II.t. ,"lllnlll 160 Acres, mole resent the tuxes renpnctlvely i
li3 und I. for
: tile
repent ill'
r..I".ly. .y'
',> l.v 48X of 1934 16. 17 16 each .
.rltkRt. No. re- 1. .\ to 1117.
Ih. for S'IlH: OK both
I theearn MIlE OK lnclusl\e
TAX Ill nf
( in*
.- ll.io to 10:17.: both | | | .lv.ly. .ne reprenent the taxea k 2 except Lots 8, 9. 10. ..K--. ...- Certificate No. 318, em- to $62.65.
iirtiATiiNOTICE : .
tj In Sterilized IICUHinioiinilnir \. for II. of Blk 21 13 Lots ." N". iNMVi'i Section .
& 21
to -
D.tte. tn $1073:1: th. y, : both In- it i -'r1"i* ''
13. : IS HEHEBY yT- ..
Maui tax certtflcnten lUHlve.' a".Ulnl to I lllks 22 23: 26, 2'l' IIS( 37 20 ff' : thai TotvnHhlp. :7 1""lh. lUinice 23 Knni: XE'So.' .-. ,

The I'i 1'll''That Ref rehpai ("I HllliHeiiuent, I I Ifl.th.r, with .\111: :, .t 931(. of 1,07. ', Lots each & Frac'l Hlks 29, 30, Sliujr? Jai-Knon r'.ut h.. .I tl..1 me iiiialnljig I I rca, more' ..,a' .... *'-'lit:lining R 120 Tp 8 S. II
tux certif 1/7 or Acrer,
< 1..vl".1 \ w'I.tl' C ivriificiitH' '
-. I. will he to the j .t Ni31.' & N\I A NU.! of 31 In Critnliy Luke I Ihol.. In NO. f.n. eniInuies : leis.
Milder* ..It hlnTllent N l | of SWIi I I Ti". 8. Southeast Q inner Section : together wIll nil subsequentomit I it'g: of \ of & rtV
at the r."rth.u., door In It\1" K. H. .1 i 24 & In Northeast Quarter ofSet'tion led. inlevied tnxes held I by r -.Ei : Me. tI.'l t. 23 Township 4 I Th- tnt.iH to be sold are
\VK ARE Slarki on the 4'h. dav of March ponl.lnlnl Acres the "' ,h fie 7 i -iv cel-tiriciilen I NOH. .
and sold to South liar 22 281 I .uni '
A. I II, 19:1:IM. at A. M, niin-e I. 25 'Township 6 Iollh. the highest Rllv8.tl."e ,. I.t.; continnlna I ; I --iji ni4i MI.I--:
Imteil thin 1:11 o'lf'k ''h.taxen Lu lie Hold' are evidenced H.n31 Rust.Tho "a.h as provided 10 .x i on, 1.0 or" ,lens I I I .. renptlveli
: PRKSntlPTIONEXPERTS 11. 11", d.y of ..b.. by certificate' ,.. the said nv Chanter I 18296 of th 19J7) I Certificate No 47, embraces -Her: the (axes ton the *
No uHHessment .
A I "3ft. 470 of IIKI4( respectively tt prop, acta of the H'. (il'H7.I both
Legislature ., '
and represent the uniinldHXen ertv under the said' .Innued upon / f HKI- H.-' |iou" 23 7 South. InchiHlve. n
.rlrl"ate' 'l'own.hll to $:1.15
I :till
'OKr'lt'IAI HKAT.tA. .lh'"lnl real I entate In I llange :2' blast '
for In the ,
name *
CARPENTER'STUB J THOMAS. Vith I Inchlnive., 'h. amounting yearn 1933: to$I Pili.a0.19.17 A. M tel. & th. "nly of ""I.t"'d. k tnte of II. .. or I.e.. .I Acies, ALSO' NR'i ft XKS. .
flerk' f IMrciilt ". M.rc.t. 1".rl.I.. to-wlt: (' K :22 E. i-oi-talni
'iirl of Snkl tax certlflcateH certificate br..I..e No. 60, -
liradfitnt lOI"lb.r with "nl. .h.1 C-.in. 01 NE: Cor of NW .rll".t. ; eml.rr.cenV4 J I < criIHOIH .
t'uunty, "Klorldu.. all I nulineiiuent It according to the .t 'I"n 7 Sonlh.' '
J-I8-JI-3-4.! tiixen will be .." to.the.r 1..vl..1 described NWh; & run > 40 Yd \ 70 ; .. ,. J.O* Aires I nsre Tl-.e tax IF to lie sold at'iy .
highest .ntaiiiijiK ,
.0. pr..ry more i
wi Yd 70 ci>
ildder Y.I. Y or l I" i-tlfli it>'w N-ts 188 an,
at I Ihe highest bidder \ 231 ,
------ foiirthoiiHe ilonr In Ihe <. I .. '
40 Yds., W 91") I:: iin-l '
133 I 1911
court 150 Vii, (iVi "U-Bte : r-sll'tlu'n '
.' 811919 1.\"..: FilOl'tt.KM 'f'FI'1 '"' 1.1. 411.. T ,X I"'k.. I P. I liix.nn: Ih.at II I 4h..' ,day,'k A.of M.March In tile iloor month..of the March first SI.itii.iy 1938, 1.: 440 Yds. to hog, Sec, 25 Tp. .,fl SW' S-ctinn 131 21, enihrnren Townhbl-i; SW.l!7 esent Hie tptei* ir tlu v- I ,

.I. :. Dated thin the 12lh. duly nf Feb- which In the 7lh day of March, 193S.( Acres 8 S. H. 2 1. ."containing: 10 S.iuth. Ilnl' 22 Ennt containing I to to 1137. lioth Inclusive, an

I1AKOM) K. ITI't It IIRRKHV TIIVKN that runrv A IJ. 1 3IUKPK'IACi Hated tills 20th day of Janu I. 10 A"r. or lenn $1609
\WnE'F Alrn. airy 19HH:( The taxes to b" sold are evidenced 315if C.-rtiri.nte No. 395. Ar.so, .1491'4 Except M-'i' :t tI

l rennent that the tax certlf'caten A. J. THOMAS. SRAL) by certnclt. Nos. 1642 of 11.13 re- &,races M'.j' of SK<. Section 2 r em I W Mao 6 Tp 8 S, R -'.

,. .r.I.t.r.. llenl ":"I.t. llroker '! tOad wit h all nubneriuentniltted Clerk of Circuit Court of CO..I.I.L, J: THOMAS spectively, Ine represent, taxes for I "h.lp. 7 South Hanite 22 Eant.Town-con-. pnr'alnh-ir ISO ACI-I-H, .
the less
"":""'1'0' .: lilI(1s1I'a.: Kl. \. :-! nr levletl tnxen held by the4iLte Hradford County, 1'-I.r.I. Clerk of Circuit Court of ,years : to 1937.: both Inclustt'e. laining' HO Acren, more or lsN. 'rite
ailvertlned to taxes
ami Hold to thehlffhcMt 'It-:14.: Bradford County. Florida. 'molnlll $20.16. Cer'lflcuie No. 646. embraces t i be eol.b m
for eitnh Said together with .f N"%. \by ertlflenu-H, VPS.
hll.I.r provided -- IU5t226.o'ru' .rtlr..nt.. VRifectlon 26 :as..
Township .
ly !'" ir the 19.17: acta OTICH. OK ." I.": OK TAX all .. omll.d or Levied SoUth Range 22 Runt, 7 1583 of Mij-i.: 1931 aml |
f the I.eirlMlHtiirtf. I hhie follow I tuxes will be "onta'"lnl 40 tlYf.t, ande ,
upon KIITIKMtTt"MCE -:. \ ", OK \PPC.CtTLY highest bid. ,\ s. more nr lenn. 11511,ttlt.| i
Stern's Garage d"'rlh.. real in the > Ito / I di-r at the Cinirthoiise door the yearn 1128 ti l hslvi
I.I ..Iut. HEREBY: OIVRN that KOII T,' X I>KKIHenate ) 'In I Certificate No. 4.13, embraces > in 7.
< nlv of llradford, State of Flor- ..f. R.: (Jrlner has filed with me ( Hill No- hEll stnrke on the 25th day of February. of NW/i Section; 28 N'-j amounting to $244 .Ih

: 'eH. 10..1: written request that the tnx rertlfIcnten 1938.: at I 11 :00 o'clock A. M. South Knnge' 22 Eunt: Township 7 l/! KI- K" uf >"' '
ZE:11 IADIOSOOIDICI HW% Her 21 6 5. NOTI4'J rl.lt'AYfIVI'S. That Dated this the Sth t-: /t *
Tp. together with all RuliHeqiient day of Februnrv. I Acres, more or eOllllllnl ec 8 Tp. 88. Itles"11"1"
TIRES-TUBES more K. 32 or K.I-HN., cimtatniiiK 40 ,\'r., omitted. or levied. taxes held by the tificate tmlth.N. 140.ho".r Issued the 3rd I' ,( 1M.: SRAL) I 7/12" of I ,-a.s.: 270( em 8* Acres '", '

lllKhmt Quality-Lowest Price The tap lie niild nr IK be a"v..I..d and Hold to thetirhent day of August. A. I). 1931.: ban filed I IWFIIIAL J. braces N'j of NW'/i\ A SIC1/, of NW'i The
THOMA8 taxes
.vht.n..1 hldt"r .r rash as 'provided In W.t ''HV.' nf to be sold arc .1 I
name .
I bv my office and has made < NE1!, Section
EASY PAYMENTS certlflcaten N.". 1199 nnd 8ns nf hv 398 of the I Clerk uf Circuit Court of 27 hy certlfl.-nteR NOH 386. I
I I'l 10 and ItM.I 137 acts .pplcotn. for a tax deed to he 'wl.hl. 7 1"lh. ICange 23 East
und f Bradford l.,18
r..p..lv.ly. 1f. upon taut' County, Florida 1931. bOil and 19.1 ' Maid
Ih. Acres,
unpaid' the ing 8.ue" th.r.n. r""ltl"nl. em 2-I1-IU-2.2S. "nnl.lnln.10 more or less.
I. tn. and .
139' to HI7 I both y.ar. .. e""r'h..1 estate In the Itracen the fi.I d..c'.lb.d ".nt of the said J reprenent the I. Stile

F. C. mar $210 In..lv. amnunt- ida..I.In-wlt-. Ir..t.re. 11.le of Flor property In the Cou.ity of Bradford M>TH K 4)K \ IMM.H-VI' KOK erty under said C.rUrl.ate No.prop 258 nive.yearn 1938* to 1117. l'l.' .

Hollingsworth 1' A 1X0: K>,.f NKM nf HI':', Sec NK'J: of 'NH. 7 Stale i.f "'I.rle.wlt: I r\\ I>IKIriinle : > '' wHH In the name .r I l'IknnwI: Ihe ALSO amounting: ltP4 nf to $736 27 XVV I
Tp. 6 8. ifcenuHHineiit NHi of
Blks of
.. 2. In Crosby the
Tt.| S U. 22 K. ,
I < .h. propt-ily"
I 'on'alnlll I' "J1 i'3. ,containing 40 Illlln. tiLl) der said Itt! of KlV of SWI, 14cc s nS. :
8E'of certificate
AcreH. online or I. Acr. l.k. Ih.n. Sec. 24 XOTr-'li I K U : No. 323 was In 1 .
Hog And Hominy .. mnr. nr .less. Vei'tin 1II''Y (I I \ .3N. That 'u mumr II. 23 E. containing P11( >
The lanes to Ite ari tnxen NJ' 2 Township I T. N Irl.k. nf Unknown : the assess.
..11 .vhl.I..0 Th. to he Hold are evidenced hnl"r Tax Cer- ment of more nr lens.
l>v i-ertlflratea r by 1".'h. iilange East. tlfh-at-, Ni1 1 1(19. : 19< .t c.rlr"at.. Nos. ,171 end 289 of The aHHennment of the nald I.w".e the .ml rtnof said certificate No. The taxeH to Ite sold art '
1IO.nd Ill: and rep- prop September. A. 825 wan lit the Iv ,
r."lv.1y. 11: respectively. represent erty under the said .. has filed name' of rtlflruii.il Non 210 an"
FARMS 'nt th. for I ane Issued ; the
the snme In 'nknow.
nnP" t. taxes ..11..1. my office anil has 1926
un".1 for ti wan In the made ap ,if i lie ...e..m.nt and 19:13: respectively < ':
yearn 1121
lull, > M.
: I ''n"'u.IY.. 1929 to ear n"m. iura pllcntlon fur a tax deed to .lld properly un".r nf
I uniouittlnir ti. $98 'ing $11 98. Inclusive. amount Dat ii her. I sued thereon. Staid be ." said certificate No. was 61 the resent the unpaid taxes '
Held tax Unless said Certificate certificate em name of ("' years 1925 to 1J-I7. both
toicether braces the
Maid ;
the "knowl
"II..I.a I tax certificates .hll following assessment
with alt together ) redeemed at.. ling to described prop of the said amounting to $140.36.
/ Ihe
.. ..n' n"IU. or Lev- with all subsequent Ilw. erty In the County property under 7/8 nf
omitted Hald
led taxes b. nr LvI i Properly olee'ri, .cot therein Bradford said. tax certificates togell
Denmark bidder. Wil In the hlKhent' 1 I led taxes will I.. mild to the highest'!', sold tn will' be State of Florida to-wlt: No 2.5$ was 'In the all aubRequent I.
at h. onrtttowse door bidder 'the blithest, bldl.r at the Seven name of Unknown: the omitted 01
Starke the .I nt the CntirthouHe door In i-iturt hoiine Acres on South Side of of the assessment taxes will be Hold the Furniture on 4th day of March, I Siarke d.xr nn the Curd Mon- Soiitheant said property under to
Co- 19-. nf Il-Ae oVIock A. 9f. 191., at on 11-00 the o'clock 4th day nf Starch day In Ihe mi.vth of March. 1138, Quae---. Quarter.-.i. Kft.. of Trt Northeast 1 tificate. 28J was In the name said of cer Un. bidder at the .'nurthoiint I

\v* Are Receiving Nest Hated this] tit. 12 day of Febru' I in led this A. I. I whlcn le the Ill day of [.r"h. 193$. j-' 0 Sitith.. u Siarke on the 25th., day ..itJy '
the 12th IIK 21 -
ISIS of Feb th.te.I 2lin EI.t. 7 I! ia A. IA 11135 .
.ry. this 3 of "onta'n'n. at 11:00
.l Stwk Every Day. Sure to > ..) ruary, ISIS 1118 z 'lay January. Acres, m.r. nr I.. I', bale property tinlor 13,31 of said terli *
p B IC..I.IA..MY" ( was In
. OFFICIAL SKAL) ( The asnesnment of the said nln.. of HenI Dated thin f'.bnamy
prop Hie or
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.'r."FP Meet the Seniors Mammy Sez TORNADOES WIN the !' -
ErUTOR-IN-CHtEF : Through KeyholeWhat Program For New Senior Invitation

Students Conducted
CROSBY De funniest dla
SlSTANT KnlTOR-IN-CHlEF: thing mammy a quiet school It was Friday What a grand surprise and thrill

_ HARRIET BENSON Friendly and courteous ia the hab eber seen in her life was dat IN TOURNAMENT Who could have thought that the seniors had morning
Miss, Crobsy from Broker. You Guy afternoon : Bradford Is preparing for a bigger Thursday
gal one last
80C1ETT! EDITOR week I nine well meaning boys could j while In chapel \
JARRIET (DOT) BISHOP should know her for it isn't hardto running to catch dat little one Lose Third lame With make so much difference. We're :' and better year by sending ,'
acquaint yourself with her. many of her best student* out as While having the Postal Tele-
coach train dat
"' PORT' EDITOR runs through dis Cross'" City !Saturday glad they're back though and
lULL PLUMMER It seems, as far as anyone can city. She hab books in her hand I MorningI ; proud of the work they did In good will ambassadors to the JunIor graph messenger boy Charlie Pen-

- learn from her and and High Schools of the county. der cnme rushing in with Postal
MTKRARY EDITOR as she tells it, ; was juas a dropping demo Cross City. Yea Bradford!
ELLA MAE MANNING she has had an uneventful life Whened she about block Those students who took part In telegrams for each senior; Inviting
_ so got a I The Tornadoes attended the Su- :Marion Edna Bob. and Gene
far. She enjoys going to school frum dat station de train I the program so far are Doc Wainwright them to the stupendous Junior and
_ JOKE EDITOR pulls I wannee Conference Tournament InS kept the wires bummIng between
EDNA PEARCE and is very studious has many out and dee she am so tired she '' Cross City Friday and Saturday. here and Cross City, Friday. The A. Z. Adklns Bill Plum- Senior affair; the banquet. followed

_ SPECIAL REPORTER friends and likes them all. | am about to die. Mammy wishesto Coach Howard and nine players basketball boys said that the girls' mel', Hazel Thomas Clara Mae by a dance on March 18th.
The seniors this is
S and Miriam sec
MIRIAM OUT Some of her hobbles are: good assure you all she got home dat Reese Bradley, Harold Griffis telegrams helped lots. Harley. Guy. ond great thrill say of the first

: movies swimming hikes, and sew- afternoon aftef alls. I Dan Hazen Gene Bob The program or routine of our year;
Long, Long, Junior Fran Tubby and Harriet I was the of their class
EDITORIALSfesterday's | ing. She also likes Church work. I Hab school has been ably presented by receiving
you seen anything i Bill Plummer Sidney Shuford think Edna. Bob. John Ar- rings and now the Invitation for

Plans: today's Ac- i| She i Is an active member of both more scrumpuntloua dan dose two' !j John Torodo and Nlram Wynn thur and Dot were silly to park these itudents. Their a primary I the big event of their senior year.

tton,? church and Sunday School. I little blue bows dat Edna babed made the trip. Carlton Chastain I their car in front of Juanita's function was to acquaint the future -" We thus seniors, surely think that
students of
LYasterday the plans were made, I Evelyn refused to discuss her on at die school Monday. She nnd Vernon Sllcox carried (the boysin when they were Just going to Ed- the different our school with the Juniors are doing "things up
thefdreams and thoughts were boy friends but we know that looked laic she was a going to take their cars and acted as trainer I na's. Crazy people! activities, curricu- right" for the Seniors of 1938.
formed. Today the plans are be- she has many-because what boywouldn't off at any minute now. and manager respectively.At t Vernon and Bill like Cross City. be lum had, anil from the attending many advantages Senior High to I The Junior-Senior Banquet 1

Infrltworked out, the dreams are like such a sweet friendly I Congrats to Elva Lee for de 1000A.: II. Friday the Tor- I They say they are quite popular School.A. strictly for the Juniors and the

coming true and the thoughts that girl ? !| good looking Chevrolet dat she ama nadoes conquered Al.tchua 25-17, over there and we are expecting Z. and Hazel have visited the Seniors, although Invitations will

: formed are becoming more Evelyn Is planning on entering driving round In. It sho am a with Wynn, Gene Long, and Hazen I to see them going back there, before most schools, these being Hampton I be sent out by each of the Juniors.

.4htn Ju9t thoughts. Tomorrow the a business college when she fin- i'i:I spiffy loking car nnd Mammy sug- ringing three goals each. Alachua long. Brooker, and Lawtey. Doc Also no one will be admitted into

Leame: plans and thoughts will Ishes school and then Who gosts dat she use It to go to the put up an awful scrap but the I Why did Bob and Gene play so has visited Hampton und Brooker. | the dance without their Invita

iv* become real. Yesterday's Knows? But we who know her. Jacksonville! Tourmlnt in, an' ours Tornadoes were just too strong.At well In the Lake Butler game ? I Clara Mae anti Miriam have visited t tions.

ana, today's action, tomorrow's know that she will succeed In boys aho' wills win. 8:00: P. M. Friday night the I Well, Mr. Long came during the one school each, Clara Mae ;I .

wttuality. I whatever she does. An' talking 'bout cars. Did Tornadoes subdued the fourth rated I first half. Gene saw him; winked |II I
Luwtey unit Miriam, Hamplon.I amounting to I I is'.u
ake your plans with high ambitions I I you all knows dat Cooter hab i team Lake Butler by a score at Bob and said "Let's go We the students! of Bradford ALSO: Luta 7 I 1(1,5 >ub-Ot ,in

Jl'IJANPresenting (m..ls ,i I bought Hazel's old model T. Dat of 31-23. Gene Long although boy!" And did they go! Gene I 10n.nl:, Iawtey
ideals and with the
high High who have not been able to I The, luxo" to lie *old are e\'\idi-i, < ",I
determination to carry them one of the most Interesting boy am a hablng more fun a ridIng taken out of the game for a quar- rang up fourteen points for, Starke' be with do extend by t'.rllfl""I. N"... :'tin. 747. .ind
a warm
biographies of the SenIors round in dat car dan any millionaire ter on account of illness, was outstanding with Bob's cooperation and Bob I'I you ''UN) of 19.10 19.11: and, HIT respectively -
through. '' welcome to you, the pupils of other und represent 'the un-
-The Editor. of 1938-that of Julian Grif had had a riding In one with 16 points for Starke. didn't do so bad himself-with 1 1II schools and desire aid in I loll laics for the years 1 1929 to f

fls. I of dose Roll Royeuseces. | and two points for Lake ButlerI {I Gene's coopernlIon. We think Mr. II your 11:8.! : both' I InclUHlve I umutintlnir. I .
milking our school a better school $2N J
Although small in size he has All de talk rounds dls school I (Gene was still dizzy ). Bob Long II I Long should have gone to the' In the future ALsO lD. : Com at a PI on Ry ,

/ThOUGhTS FOR THE WEEK the will and determination to do now Is de Junior-Senior banquet i fouled out early In Ihe second half Cross City game too. 1 1I where' K W line of t..". 21PIHUPS
I < & Hun N on Hy 960
1$ You can climb-but will big things. He Is very friendly :and dance. Boy, am dig Mammy | but Harold Griffls performed well Harriet likes Edna's new shoes. to Koad I'lnnlng 13 from f

ou? and is liked by who 1 looking forward to it. Do gals in his place. I Why ? Because, maybe, of their I II j I ALSO:.N'" of Lot S *: all lot Thence at rIght angles to Hy
everyone 9 & N'.., of Lot I IA \In. WoodlawnA < 1440 ft to a Pt of Rev. ThenceN
_|la? It Is saving, not getting, knows him-especially a certain sho am a planning pretty dresses. At 10:00: A. M.( Saturday the I style and color, but maybe it was Sl'7'i of $S''p; M of Hy In H..... Parallel with fly 840 ft

blond from the State Farm and Mammy heard one gal says she Tornadoes met the Cross City i. the clerk who sold them to Edna. I 14, Townxlllp 6 South 1 In line 22 Thence 10 at right angina I 1050(
[that is the Mother of riches.-Sir ft Thence a .
Walter Scott does he like her! i, am a going to hab a white chiffon Bears and went down to defeat I| Alt me! Romance in a shoe shop! KIIKI ices.The ontalnlnir. 28 acres moreor 540 ft. The.lar..n..1 lt with right Ry all-

Next fall another gal wants a red vel- 42-9. The score does not show I Cooter's new model T was seen loSes to !h. Hold are evidencedby gills lOGO ft. to beg In ace 24't'OWrslIt
.. It is disgraceful to stumble Julian plans to enter vet another Iin Law- certificate No. 2IIH of 1030. and 6 tjuuth l llanire IA
m gal am hablng pink the real difference however. The j Starke the State Farm.
the same atone. the University of Florida and' represent the unpaid. taxes. for the East .enlalnlng 20 acres, more
twice against study law. His silk dress wlb blue velvet trim- Tornadoes were still suffering I tey and Starke again Sunday. years 1929 to 19.11. both Inclusive, cir I"..

4 Responsibility walks hand and good disposition ming made, but dls ole Mammy ama J from Illness and the shock of two Those model T's really get around, amounting. to $48 04. The taxes to be aol are evidencedby
winning manner will help him I AI.SO: SW\( of fAt Id In Wood- Certificate No. of and
*4UJ hand with capacity and power. achieve going to wears her red silk wlb i hard games the day before. Cross I don't they ? lawn In Sec. 14. TownshIp ff represent the unpaid. t 130.. the
in the I
many great things
You can not build a reputa- business world. orange belt and purple flowers, City had played only one game 1 DoBhia and Enza went to the "South, Hntifre 22 Kuat' containIng yeara 1929- to to $77.66.1931: both In'llolve.

4 an up on things you are going j I wlb de yellow slippers. Mammy's i'' Friday nnd that was with Foley, : State Fair at Orlando and said I 5 taxes Acres to bn more soul or are Inaa.The evidenced. ..ounln.. NIof NW4 of NE'

IlR.f! all 1930 and ef NJoJ% of NWI4 & NWl', of
1014: and
sports also we think he likes rexpertlvelr, represent -
_- It fer Christmas in i too. I
1930. not enjoyed them
i I Cross City's regulars were i iI seeing the unpaid taxes for the NhJVl of NK14 In H.c. 2. Township -

Measured dates and parties. If you don't j! If anyone should happens tol I I needed. We got the full force of Get plenty of sleep folks! Another I years t92U to 11137.I both Inclusive, IHolllh. Range Kiist,

Get know Julian you will recognize wonder why three of dose dlgnl-i the third best team in Florida and I big week-end ahead. A lit- amounting ALSO l.oln,to 41:$1ft.lrt.. 44, IO In \V.t..t.It co.t.lnln/. 60 acrea, more or
by his technique when drivIng'that fled Senior gals was late at noon 1 went down to Ignominious defeat. I II tie women's dance that promises vui I In "Hoc I III, Townxhlp B The Inxi'M i to be su.lit Jin u ,..Id.n cs'l
he Seniors are busy taking black Chevrolet. I ,Soiilh. ((unite 22 lOnxt contaln-. I by I'erllfli'alHH NOH 320 ,lllld 751 ofI
I Monday It was because dey hitchhiked The Tornadoes reserves played ten to be good. I'll see you there! 19.10 and 1933
asurements for their and I i Inir" .1"I) ". ". more or I"..". I respectively and represent -
cups Well Julian, old pal here's wish. wlb man Sambo and his ole i I minutes of the game. .- The taxes to lie aold are evidenced th, unpaid tuxes for the
wns which will be worn at the hv ... .. year, H3'l to I 1917: both IncluslvHunioiintlnsT .

ish you the best of luck! mule and I .rll" NOH. 275 unit 21 ft of
Ifccalaureate sermon and comftncement wagon and dat mule was j Our boys gained some valuable We WonderWhy I I 10.10 anil 11U1! respectIvely, and represent I lo $111166.I I
----.- jean so slow dat dey was late. experience and seasoning which (he unpaid taxes for Ihevcnra 10ln! of Nlv :of SW'', Ml I II
exercises. Juanita'sho |12I!* to I 1117! both Inclusive, 14ic'1 : 26, TowiiKhlii I '<
looked like them
Eskimo -I will enable to
Elementary Echoes a we hope Mouth. .. 2j Kail.: .onlnlil.
with-I Carlton felt so good Saturday I HiminnllliK" to $'XI t 01
The girl's gowns will be white Sunday night. She hab on her I! stand the onriltiughts of St. I AI.SO Lot 42 In Wnodlnwn In I I log 10 .lr. ., more ur" I In"*.
I the made 'and Bill felt so bad ? ,Sec I 17. R The taxes to be are evidenced
boy's gray. They are sister's new fur coat and could Bolles Palatka and Crescent City Township South aol
FOURTh GRADE you j Who pushed John's car around flange. 22 KIIKI.: ciinliilnliiK, 10 ,|I Incren I by 1"I"lt.: : No :I 22 mid' 771 1 cf
f beautiful sharkskin material. hardly see dat cute black head ob In the DI.I-Tournament In j I tnorn" or lexx. 19.10 reet'r'ctively I and
are glad to have Katie Maud! I the block from Edna's house Saturday ::3
Vfter ordering the caps and hers cause she were almost de- Jacksonville March 4 and 5. I IUJ The S tnxi-K I to !hA wiM, .arn evidenced I ', repruHunt t unpaid taxes for the
the Seniors still have their Easter I Ing1, George Oliver and night ? l hv cet tiriciitc. N.,... 2KO and 214 of I i iIftlO yi.aia, I::129! I In 1 19.17: both I 11""lv/:
wns swallowed to pieces. Dat's a pret- | .-- I I amounting to
Robert Owen back after I S anil 1'I.H! : t rnxpi-ctlvely.! and rep- $6911.
Miriam haunts the II
liavltatlons to order Senior play havingthe ty animal skin I means to tell S ) BOARD TO :MEET Why Hnmp- 'rexent' the unpnld taxes for the I I I A roC: SKI4' of MI-VI: nf NVHt '
4gjve' Junior-Senior to attend measles. I I ton pOHtofflce ? >'eu.ru. |12l* to 1137. both Inclusive I Ianimintlno % of : >/, \\' ,
prom TALLAHASSEE. The State' 'I!I ItoK.i rN'' 't
: to $2l! :.17.ALSO : /, or NK' of H\V'i
We have you.Well What three girls wanted to exI ,
and then the graduation exitrofses. a new pupil Charles you all folks start doing Road Department will meet In' i i i ross I I. 2. :II I. ID. 31. U. UK A MW'.i' of HW.' A
Crews. I I change dates with each other In Wnodlnwn In Sec. IK, TownshIp IW"I of HWIof' HW"', A l''H
[ things so dis Mammy wills hab I Orlando March 18 to adopt its op-i I I Sunday night ? S Smith' HI'n..... 22 KIIBI.contalnlnic : I I Nt nf NJ' of SKVi A HK'iof
--. :Mr.! Gray came in for our program somethln' to writes about, 'causeIt erntlons budget for 1938. A tentative -I, i 70 acres, more or of :(\ A K'n: of HH3W
this I Why the telegraph office had so leffx.Tli : of Hl<: III H,',, 2A, Township,
Society morning. He gave a sho am hards to write dis. I'j budget session was held here much business Friday ? t titveit lo i IIM a,,'1,1,' are- Mvtdetuiby ... I, Htilllh.\flange 212 I East. contflln I
musical reading "Ebenezer Frye," --Mammy. I' when county and district cerllflcfltn. !II"". ZHI, li"1 1 23)1 1o( I ''nK 90 acrex more of less
I which we all enjoyed much. I In January, j Who Bob was looking for so I I'l.lO ami 11114/: respecllvelv" And represent I 1'bn ,laxea. to be xold are evidencedby
fMlsn: Sadie Prince spent theweekend very ---.---- delegations asked for road ,I earnestly Sunday afternoon ? the unpaid. taxes for thevenrx Certificate! No. 32.1 of 1030, and

[' with Jacqueline An. We have some Dutch pictures In :I VISITOR IS SWINDLED I work which engineers estimated I I I'I29' t to 11.17: hot Ii I Inclusive. represent the unpaid taxes for the
If any one will miss going to the amounting,; to $172.74 I years. 192!) to 1931: both Inclusive.
?lftWs at Kingsley Lake. our room. We also have a Hoi-! LAKE WORTH.-A confidence would cost 20000.000 or more. Little Women's dance Saturday ALSO Com on S Hide nf Hotel amount ins to U711 94.

land tulip which is beginning to game In, which a Winter visitor Chairman A. B. Hale said the de & "run on state St :34 ft to ', of : of NVV'i' .,f
1etty Green Marian and and night? Pt of l, 'l"h"V 40 Hao.
'I g. ft. :8I'1 B
' ,len) Dowlmg and Loral Bennett sprout. Our teacher brought a from Beloit Wis., was swindled partment's financial condition 1',1 21 I""!. 1-7. 40 Ft. N 21 ft. ,... kt/'nl. ..... ..1, contain,
\t 1, pair of little wooden shoes. 1 I out of $100 by two new-found 1 would preclude new construction ... Town nf LnwtevV nfIIlIlIwlI'I' "... more or less
I ftored to Lawtey Sunday after- 'I j I Ij MM'ICK Of Mtl.H OK TAXNOT1CK In H..,.. 2I: Township 5H"uth The taxes to be sold are evidencedby
Gloria Cooper Reporter. "friends" was reported to police with State fund this year. However I"iist.
C''I''U'"1'1' Hit ruse 22 I Certificate No. IMS of 1930, and
:Miss Edwards, Teacher. j here. Ho said he met one of the I the department will match I IS IIRKKMY I1IVKN: 'that 'h" t,"u xc.,. t.. I h.. ....10' "r" ...vlol.,1hv repreHent the unpaid taxea for the
I'onald Kelly spent Saturday in I|I men the beach and through aid LoulN II. 11111 has filed with me i'crtIfl'ntuNos.. 102: nn,' 71C1 of years I92II/ to 1 1111 both Incluxlve,
on Federal
about $2,000,000 of written reiniMHt. that the tax certificate 1Il1I! : 10,," IDJI: : resectIvely. And represent a"Dllnlln" to $16 24.
t SIXTH GRADE I I I him was Introduced to the second and use the resulting $4,00,000 for *. together with all mlliHciiuenllimit 'the unpaid tae. for the AI"/: A In NH Tor of SR'4
dma Thornton spent Sunday On February 15, 1938 we elected who Induced him to match coins. roads. ted or levied, taxes. held. hv year mill! :/ lo I!la7. both Inclusive, HW' of NJlIT N'' building the Slate be ndvei-tlne.1. and Hold. iimoiintIng- 4644. of suruf' NE"'
alnesville. officers as follows: I He won the $100 the victim reported In the highest.. bidder for cash. a* ALSO' Kit: of Lot I lIT all Trfit I or 1J\\ S V In NW Tor o'

. race and Dorothy Green spent President -.Mary Nell Davis. I|I but the loser demanded that I provided by Chapter 1H296 of the 2. it III Town of nw-tey, Itl of Si'of SKH Wl j of
S S. ; both' Inclusive. amounting. to $14:04. I 1937 Art of the Legrlnlnlure. upon hey In Sec U. 24. 25, JO, Township H"J"r" sit% of HK4 & SW4nf '
t day afternoon In Fatatka.jarrIet Vice President-Bishop Myrick. 'he draw $100 from the bank to Al."' 0- NWH nf NW', of ,FKV4A I the followingdencrlbed" leal I emateIn 8 Smith, Hang-e 23: Hunt.' 1011of< SKV, A KMj of SKH
Edna Pearce Secretary Mary Jo Cladwell. |I 1 prove he could have paid the fotV'or $\"'""; "f NKM In fO"" the County of Hradford l. Slate' ofKlorlclu. The tnxe lo lie aolil. are evidenced of HIO'4 A MHl of NKVi
Benson. ?_. Township', a Smith' Ranire 22 tti-wlt : bv certlflcnte, No 311a< of 1910: and of HWW of H1'In:' S,' 211Townxhlp '
Id Mrs. Benson spent Friday aft- Treasurer-Fay Yarbrough. ,I' wager had he lost. He withdrewthe Knat. containing. 20) Aer"s. tnoreta NKVi I of NRt/i Hx I x\cre In NB represent the unpaid. taxes for the ft rtanfte 22

; in Jacksonville. First Aid-Frances Griff is. I money from the bank he related 0" lees.The Cor for Mchnul In Sec. 22 Township years IU29 to 1931, both Inclusive l'ui:, t. ..ontalnlnl 4 acres, more
' !noon tflxes. he. ...101 are evidencedbv 7 Mouth, Itanire 20 Kant, amounting-' to '219.21Alxo ,.r leaa.The
*Jdlth: Rowe spent Sunday in Houst'keeplng--Alberta Wood and allowed his first friend certificate No. 1026 of IQ3a. nmlreprawent 1 cnntolnlng. 39 acres more or I : Lot 27 Town of Tjuwtejr. taxes to be aold are evidenced
ard. j to place it in an envelope with theother's unpaid ta' .ea for the yarn ,I-s.. 10 J of Rv In Sec. 23. 24, 215. 2f1. bv Certificate No. 3'or] 19.10. andreprcMent
Jacksonville. 1932 to IQn. both Inclusive. amount"SiUrt The taxe to I be Hold are evidenced Townnhlp 6 South Range 13 the u.npnirtaxeus for the
Library--Ruth Powell. Helper: ; money "to show it to the $51.50. by certificate No. 79 and 07 of Ka st. year ISIS to 1911. both ,
Johnny) ChaJker Junior Adkinii Betty Ruth Anders. I loser then return It." That he tax certificate together, 1931 and 1934 respectively, and rep.resent The taxes to be old .are evidenced. amountlnir to sill it. Incll"ln.AloO
and Ralph Rhodes spent Friday with all auhBeouent omitted <.r the unpaid, :: taxes for the bv certificate. u No. 307 and 2011. of : NKK of NK<* nf NK'4
Program last he of the
Virginia Sewell. said was the saw Levied tn"M will be Hold to the years nail to 1117. bolh Inclualve. 11)30) anil, HCIfl: respectively, and represent ,, 1..0 27, Township South
,:sight at KIngsley Lake. Helper: Marjorie Davis. two men and his money. hIghest bidder. at the ("ourlholl .amountIng to $77 <5. the unpaid. hazes. for the 21 East I 10
The Bradford High School Ia Flower door In Stork nn the 11th. day of A 1.t"0: Lot 3, 4 or 10 acrea 'In year 1121 to I 1917: both i Inclimlve, acres, more or lexx.The .
Strlngfel'ow. March. A. I). 1938. at 11:00: o'clock NB'4; of NK'i; In Sec. I. Township amounting $1*,38.A1X0 taxes to be aold are
very glad to welcome the Basketball Helper: Anthony Baker. NOTICE Oil' n\t.K or TIX A. M. 5 Mouth. Range, 22 KiiMt:, NUj\ of Lot 33 |0r N 20O by Certificate: No. 347 .. evld.neeo
team back. which spent the Bulletin Board Joe : C'.1H'.IFU'\TI'111 PA..iI this the 19th. day of Feh- containing. 10 a< re*. more or Ft.) Town of Lnwtey hi of ley 1930 and 1931 respectively and represent *
English. NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that ru .rv. 19310FFH'IAI. lea. In Sec** 2.1, 24, 25, 241. Townahlp I the un..I taxed for the
week-end In Cross City where they Helper: Roberta Whilfield. II. K. Ueniorent ban flle with ( aI'tl.t The taxes to be soul. are evidenced a Smith; Itnnare 23 East years I92 .<, both Inclusive,
Attended the District Tournament News-Olln White. Helper: me written refluent that the taxcertlficatea A. .1. THn'rAJ'I.' I bv certificate NUM. 2r.Ia no'' 2<'iO of I The Ilx..a to be Hold .rl evidenced' nmoiintlnir to fC 72.
together with all nubaeiiuent Clerk of circuit Court ofRrndfnrd I I 111.10 and l 1034 """p"'lIv..ly.lnd represent l.y cet-tlftcatn. No*, 739 of Af.HO: fx.t Wnodlawn in
there. We also wish to congrat- Bishop Myrick. omitted or levied taxea held 1'ounty Florida the unpnld taxes for the 11:10: iiml. IBM: respectively, and repreent Sec. 39 Township D "
:ulate the boys on the splendid rec- Helpers hy the State he advertlxed and Hold 2-Si-3t-3-11! I 3ears l'12'l to I'i37.: ,both 1 Inclusive, the u n lu.ld taxes for the Itunare 22 Kaxt: contalnlnv "
to the highest bidder for cash a.a 'imountlng- 136.03.: years H29/ to I 11.17. both Inclusive, acres more, or lenxTb .
'Pr'd' when they received the henfefc'of Board Wasffer--Francis GrIffis provided by Chapter' I l"l6! of the ,,,'ru''', OF ""1.1'1 OF .F5, -.; ALSO. : Lot 1. 2-3-4 ft Wiji\ of Iln"nllnJr to Ill 22. I ) ,i t..1 tt, I IIH xold' are uvldenced
; being the third beet team In and Dorothy Glisson. 19.17 arm of the IeBl"lntiire. upon ('IR1'leIre'V'E5 l.i.t B. nil 9, IIItlI2It.l411I1'I7IH22123242r.2127- A ..so I: 1'10 of Lot :::, & all Lot by Certificate NOH. 34!> anl 271 of
Uhis the following dearrlbed real estate NOTICTJ I IX HKVKHY 011''n': : I I \ 34, 35. :3'l. 40 : i>f Lawley 1930 and 1934 ..fltl rep
: distrIct. Desk Inspector-Charles Jones. In the County of Bradford Mtnte 141Klorlda Mr". Annie Lou. Godwin baa filed 44 In Woodlnwn W l/j lit NK'i' l iii! ;of I Ity I In Sec:S3: 24. 2ft. I reaent Ih. ""r""I'ltv'I\1 rot the
PIHiriam Guy, of Hampton was a Duster Oviedo Thomas. to-wltt with me writtenmien, that 'h.. tax of $''I't:\., In ,Sec. I II.I Tuwnalilp S ill. Tiiwnshlp 5 .. Karixe. 23The years 11:1 to 13. Ixith m. :'uHlveumoiintliiK
' All WH'i' of HVVi/i H of Road In certificate tog-ether' with all ,"uhe I South Itanife" !2 ICilHt '* riaitor\ in Starke Sunday. Eraser Duster-Harold PI'evatt. Sec. 80 Townahlp H, Houth -'|iient omlttml' or levied taxe. held !I g 250 acre*. More or lean. luxe I to be sold ,al>. ..vld neeilby AIJ' O- | 14.a.SK:>", ,", tf.\
|*Ir. and Mrs. Howard spent Sat. Floor Inspector Edgar Wilkinson. Range 22 East. containing t 12aerei : hv the state he advertised and ,"oldto I The tnxea to be m-ld: are evidenced certificate No lii'i! of 111.10: and I of SUM W of Ity in "Se, 14,
S ., more or leaa. : the highest bidder. for cash. all l.v certificate No.. 2RH of I 19:"IK, and represent the unriald laxcH for theymirs TownshIp G.Inll.h Itnnir.
i eday In Jasper. I The lazes to be Hold .are evidenced nr'.ld"I tiv Chnp'er U2"B of the represent" the unpaid taxes. for the I'I21' tu 1":1: I, both Kuxt. cuntalnliiK 1 1C'r.a. 2
_.... __._--L- Window Opener-W. A. Saxon. bv fertlfloate No. I 117& of 193.1: r''- 1117 act* of the r.ea-l-liitiire. upon years 1I2! I-* 19:1! :1/h I both Incliialve, nmoiintlnir to $ or ".. .
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PAID FOR The sixth grade Is studying taxes for the years 1M2 to 1V37 In ,h" ("'ouiuutt' orhrad'.rr;! ,.tate. fIr .\ 1.10111: Ixita 7, 5, 9 A all lta Town. of l.awtey. H of b/ Certificate Nox :.109 and >' >f
Supreme birds and the way they live. Before both inclusive amounting to $n M.AI.HO Florida' : 10 W of Illg-hwav. & T.ntH 17-47- H.-' '.. 21 21 I, 23. 211, Tnwlp, I 1112 and 1914 respectively and represent -
.\\beurt verdict of : Lots 10 U In Elk IT I 1,0' VoT'in K: W By 210 H-5il.H1:l In Woodlawn In II..,.. 12 South, Itillige 22 :I.t the unpaid taxes. I"h ,
: upheld a damages long we hope to go into the T.lvlnvaton Truhv ill ('O'M Addition Kt :N: A lot In 8W 'or of Lot 10, I Townvhlp'" !r. South TtariKe. 22Kat. I The tuxes to be solil are evlilonced yearn 1931 to 1917.: both In.'luelve. ,
''tot five children against the Flor- woods and study them. The mural to Sinrke In W'"' "t NJo ',. Town "f f.nwt.-v, F: nf ltv In I ,rnntalnlnir I VO it''roe. "more by ,'.rtrlr.t", No. 310 of 19.10, and .amoiintlnMT, to $1062.AIJJII I .
for that In Bel1' 2Q. Township. 8, HotllhHanwe ftrr'H 21. 24. 25 2". TownshIpS I or |less.The I."'., unimld, t"I"1 for the : I I.ts ir .22i'i ,
J44 & have been
Power Light Company we working on I is 22 Hunt. ""lh. Run** 'J Haat. luxe to be Hold are evidenced I II veui-i, |'i2'i to """. both Inclusive, /MmbracliiK: N'" of Nf.'I!.11
the death of their mother by electrocution about finished. We have all the The taxeS to he Hobl. are evidencedhy The tnxe lo he olr1 are evidenced. I I bv certlflfiite* No. 251 l of I!910: and l i[ .uuiuuu ntlnv to $ I SI.Ta, nt NWy, In Sec 3 IS. Township *
' Sarasota street. pictures drawn and all of certificate No. 1114 of I'm. and liv ..ertlflcnt" N'.. 211 and 717 "ftfiT I rnpreHent .She unpnld tnxen for the ALSO I u: I Lot AH Town of Luwtey i4iu utb I Itanwe 22 1".1. < ournfl r .
a most
on represent the unpaid. taxes for A IflHT reictlvely| anrl represent year 192l\ to 1911.: both Inclimlve, !I! of Ity In Sec's 21. 24. 25, ,lug 13 acres, l"r. l I"xr
,,1>ne court held a $15.000 award tot them colored. We are glad to years l'/>33 to 1 U:17.: both .. .. Ih"l taxes for 'the years 11131 to : amounting* to $142 I .11ALSO 2ul l, Tnwnxhlp I South. H."".. U l Tim taxes to hixold in.- i,| i d l
children rf Mrs. Pauline have Roberta Whltfield back she amounting to 12791. 1137, both Inclii'lv, *, amounting to : I..... &3. !84 & N'j or Lot East.. liy Cerlirii'iilH No. :3t* 2 of I if '(s and
Hald tax certificate together" $072 r,7.1I1t.( A all l.ot U-I\O In Wood- I The InXeN t. be slut' are evldnncedhy r.ur, "Hent the unpaid" luxii,. I I.,' the
dgeman was excessive and or- has been out about two weeks with with all mibHvituent omitted or .\ r.!< O-, Cum l In:'i; Ft K of SW Cor I I, lawn 5 In Sec. 12. Township B I certificate. No. :311 of 1930, and years. 1929 to mil.I both In ,inilvearnoiintlnK
ed a new trial unless they1reed the measles. Marg Jo has been Levied lazes. will be aold to thj'highest of r",t 10 lIT nun N sio ft. K ins! south. flange 32 EIIHI. contalnIng ii-pi--si.ilt the untiuld taxes fur the to 12.8.
; bidder at the ('orthoua.Ioor .. ft S. 210 ft, W 101ft to Pea" | lit aci-i-, more or l less. Yearn 192V and 1910: iitnounthic, to A 1"1: S I., I K At .all
? to accept $12.800./ "We bringing different kinds of flowers In Htarke on the llth. day of 'rown of T.awI'J. t nf Ry In 'rhe tCx.s to Ia' AOJII pure .vhl..n",01 Ill (II.AIXO. .. Peetnvllle 1'mhracing
;:1r< *llze. the court said "that It to the room. Mnrch A. l>. 192$. at 11:1)0: o'clock Hex.-'.* 23 24. :35 A 2H. Township 5 bv certificate' Nos. 201 and 220 of : NI/U of Lot 57 .Town of N% of NNI A NKW of NW''..
A. M. !smith. Rangre. t2: Rat.. I'i30: and 19.11 respectively, .and represent Lawtny 10 of liy III 1.-, '" 12: 24.2fi. In Hun. Township t. South
ir1 difficult If not Impossible to Every month we have book re limed, this the 19th. day of Feb ', The taxes to he .olil. are evidenced. the unpaid taxes for the 20 Township I jullth. ItanKo. Ititnve 23 Kant. Ua.r.
[measure in money the loss of the ports. Every child in the room roar?. 19.10.OFFICIAL.. hv certificate Xo.. 242 and 718 of years 1 1"211 to 1'I.I7.: .botll I Inclualve.amounting 22: Must. .... more or I.'unlalnlnl
( 8RAM 1912/ nnd 191t! titfvely.' and rep. to $145.70. The taxes to be mil tit! are evldnncedby Tim. taxes tn he aold arc evidenced
parental influence and the value tells about a book he or she has A. J THOMAS I resent the unpaid tax. for the ALMO: NKl/4" of NKU I In Se. certificate No*. 81.1 and TI9 of hy Certificate No 300 u of I 1910 and
.of a mother's love and care, but read. Miss Kennedy's room won Clerk of f'lrcult Court nf years 1t1l to 1117. both InclusIve Township 6 South. Hangs" 22 I Itrlii': "tel, I I'M'' .I respectively I anti represent repriixent. the ,unpaid h'xfn the
liradford County Florida. amounting to "t7'* 6f1. i.ust.' containing HI acre*. more the unpaid. taxes for the yeara 1931 to ll.lt. both in,.'lu.lv.
//there was no Intentional wrong over Mrs. Searing's room one pointIn 2-1 B-at- -ll. I ,M.!HOrx>f :20 Kt a Lot 11111 ft N or leHM. years IU2'i to I 1917.: both Inclusive, amonntlnir to $4 I 16AI.SO .
barged: or committed in this baseball on February 11. We I I lIT H hy 400 ft 13 W In NW The taxes to be *nli| are evidencedliy I iimoiintlnir tu. $44.tt'l. : LotH 14. 17 Pectxvlllf
'Icl4 MITMIIII: -' "si.i.i' u' TAX '.0". Town nf L.iwtey. R nf Ry certificate No. 3Hi of 1930: and AI>SlLot I u I (It I,. Sub-Dlv In :.hr..lnl N1 of NFI NK''
e. hope to win over them again next f''' rlFH1 e'l'I.'t: I INOTl'PJ In Sec' 21. :34. 25. 2". Township I i represent the linpnlj taxes for the Kimt: L4tWtey. of NW\( Sec. .15 5,
. -- -. Friday We are going to put on a IS HKRKBY OIVK.V thatS. ; 5 South n>.nre 22 Bant. I year tIllS' to '1911. both IncluHlve. The tuxes' i In be sold :ire evlilonced. 22 East, .intali
It. Johna han riled with ] The taxes to .>* enid are evidenced 1 uirmuntlntr $59 :31. 'by t'erubgi.t<- No. ai.. ansi 744 nf 'Ina 0 acres, more or leaa
I J'O THANKS! play Tuesday morning February I nw written request that th. tax I hv certificate N'.'- J44 and nf I ALSO: Lot 3$. Voodlawn In I'l.'ID: anil I I'J.13: r" I.tve'y.' .no rei>- The taxes to he Hold arc t vldenc d
ST.: USBURO.--W. Willets. 22 about some children tha tried certificate" together with all ,,"1>- 1913 and 1913 reM'tlvely. nl: repreent !!! Se.13.. Township 5 HOllth.HanK" I r"*ent It,. Inl"1 the by Certificate, No. :l itit l of *1930' anuln'u.iIi't'si'nt
seqInt omitted or levied taxea held the unpaid I lnxe for the i 22 Kunt. containing; 10 years lOa! to 1117: both Inclusive, the unpaid linen for the
for fourteen to I
be like
painter unemployed ,I George Washington.Miss by the State be advertised and aolil war 1K.1I to 1".17. bnth Inclualve, I acre. more or leu*. atmmntlnir II $17 I .17AIXO years 1939 to Kill: both in lullviiiTioiintltiir ,
""weeks was no richer for hav-: Kennedy': Teacher. to the highest bidder. for cash aa amounting to 121*.*1. The taxes to .be auld are evidenced : r..I.. Oi. nun-Civ In to $17 06Suld
found wallet $900 I Olin White provided by Chapter IKJ'.m of the Said tax certificate. together ,by certificate No 21or 1930 and Kust: Lawtev. tax certlflcutcH together
a containing Reporters. 1937 arta nf the Le.l..luture, upon with all mbiie.Hienf. .' omitted or I represent the unpaid taxe. for the The tuxes i lo be sold are evidenced 1 i I Iby with all xiibxeiiuent. omitted ir
'Xty cash. Seeing the owner drop I Bishop Myrick Helper. the followingdeacrlbed real estate Levied taxes will h.. Hold to th.hlll'h..t yearI'U'J to 1941 I. both Inclusive, Cerllfl-uie :".. I17 ant 755 levied iSleS will be Hold t. the
the wallet, Whets picked It up. ---- ---- --- In the County of Hradford $tate of bidder lit the Courthouse amounting to Ill 78AIJWV I 11.10 and 1'1: r..I.rtlv..',.. .anti represent 'I Iigheut bidder nt the (''Hi, housedour
Florida, to-wlt: door In Htarke ..n the llth. day. of : i.i.ts 51. 54 In Vn.odlawM the In.nll taxes for II Stark on the I llth day of
(Examining its contents and pur- The word crystal come from W'. or NKVt' of NB4'! K* N 6 A Mnrch. A. n i'us, at II ''Of) oelocaTutted In jot... 13, Townahlp S I vi-ars IU-'i t | both IU Starch A I'). 19J. at 11-0(1( .*'.luck
",*u S Mouth Range 22 Eaat.nontalnlna thin the 19th. dar "' Febrnarv. Jo acrve. more or lev*. .ALSO J' Fx.t 4 C thIs fub.DIY I hated thIs l5tk. day Feb
"$,;cigar store Willets found him ing Ice. Ancient Greeks believe 13 Acres, 1"01' or 1935.OFFI'I The taxen to be sold, 1 are evidencedbv N..I: t4twtcy. ruary. If.IS. tie 0
:proffered the wallet The owner quartz, or rock crystal. to be ice I..... ( AL PT! 'I' I I "..rllfk,,'"- No.. idl and 227 of I The. 10, ,... v I i" i I. olcl' a r.> ">vldenced I Iby I (1 'IIAI. 11"1Af,1
The taxes to h. sold' are evidenced A J. THo!',AS. Itfl'i And 19JS! re.|...< tlvuly' and r"p- ( srt,I rI. itt, \.,"" 1 tliiuul I u; 7IS J. ,
: gerly seized it. hurried off forgetting frozen so hard that it could not by certificate. No 1025 of 1933 r.. Cleric ofr.' | ult nii't, of resent the tinpald. taxes for thei i 1910 anil, 1 li'n i .'sp."-tl\ .ly. and repi 't Clerk of cm-nit, i-, iir itHradfvrd
to say "Thank You." be broken or melted. apectlvely, and represent unpaid ) Hrmlford Count" Florlua II v.-..r1929 I to 1937. both in>:lu lvn. i ,resent thft 'iiipntd, taxfor County. Florida.X .
lazes for the years 11)33: ta 1937 2-25.31-3-11. amounting !,. $1Q.79.;; y.ur 1929! tu 1937 beth tnclus4v.k ., 2i-St-J-ll.


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tti BRADFORD COUNTY 'EELE .\PII. STAKKR' FLUUU>."* ______________________ FRIDAY. .
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I Mrs. Adkina and Mrs. Cone Asks Lower that might have Involved Amer. proof--the""pecan, the fig .il', ,',,*
ica . and that "
no one can
FAVORITE1 say scuppernong. Says Th
AGESI Chapman Hostesses At i Tax On Liquor the war that dl<) not come in 1937 sive farmer:- i I'" .1",

1 may not come in '38 or '39 or '42 "Figs, grapes, ,
I Benefit Luncheon RECIPESSince : pecans ,
,$ ocictJJj TALLAHASSEE. --. Governor or '45. That potential warthatwar plant more of nil of th,..,, I. I .

As chairmen of the International I _. Cone said recently he would ask that may even now have your three produce aburdam \:'

r F 1 Relations and the Legislative the 1939 legislature to reduce own son marked as one of Its vic der conditions of negu-< t "" ,

:. committees respectively Mrs. L. attending the cooking Florida liquor taxes oa part of a timscan no doubt yet be averted other frulU. would not mn, \ '

I'' F. Chapman and Mrs. A. Z Ad- school we know yo\T: are eager to,, program to Increase the states provided, and provided, only, the other hand, t the 1It1tlt. flIT",, "

'. Connei'-Dloodwort h Airs. Murphree kins sponsored a benefit bridge try many new recipes. We have, take from beverage sales. that peace-loving people in all nation attention needed will mUII'I", ,,"i :',,:

Announcement has been mad Entertains: Chorus( luncheon Saturday, Feb 19, at the two new ones to offer; this week, He made public a statement move quickly. But If they period of production of th ., ,"
Miss DelorliBloodsworth home of Mrs. Chapman at the one from Mrs. A F. Sauls and one showing total beveruge tax collections do hot move quickly, a million fruits and contribute "'

CONI I r of the marriage, daughter of of Mr and Mrs W E Murphree was n delightful State Farm. with members of the from Mrs. Eula Wblgham. They in the calendar year 1937 bereaved mothers and fathers a* to<; better health and greai g"I",", '" ,I:

j Mrs W. B. Bloodsworth of Ral- hostess Tuesday afternoonat Farm, Starko Woman's Club as guests. certainly do sound tempting reached $3,56GI74-on'lncrease of decade hence may echo the heaitbrcaklng piness through their horn, ,,
r Lake But her home at the State Luncheon was served at the Rolled Flunk/ Steak $444,660 over the previous year. cry: offerings. Figs I,
# ford, to K. D. Conner of of may bi
ii IyIJHOMEA Icr on Tuesday Feb. 8. when she entertained members, s'' bridge tables In the living room Have a 2-pound flank steak The governor found the greater "Statesmanship waited too long! propagated by cuttings 01. :' "

:I II liNEEDIi Mrs Conner attended the Bradford the Tuesday Afternoon Chorus Club. whoRe beauty was enhanced by ,spilt tq nvtke 2 layers. Cut across collection disappointing In view of All those who loved peace waited ing, scuppernongs by laY"L',, 1\' .
I tI' County High School here and department of the Woman's tall vases of stately Faster llllies (Train to make 3x8-Inch strips. a liquor tax law In 1937 which too long! Too, too long!I" cans by budding or graflim 1""

: ,. has friends, who will be Interested Beautiful Easter lillles\ and pnn- and arrangement of ferns and be- Spread lightly with prepared mus boosted bitse rates from 80 centsto The only sure preventive of war while requiring little \ :

I FOR runny to 'learn of her marriage sles were used In making the home gonlns tard. On end of each strip place I $1.20 a gallon and also hiked Is to set up somo kind of Supreme three live and thrive for trouhi, ,;

I rI' Mr and Mra Conner will make more attractive for the afternoon. At the conclusion of the bridge'\ 1 slice dill pickle, 1 short strip wine and beer levies. Court of Nations to hear even generations, yen, u, I

I''t Agreer II 1, their home In Lake Butler. After the regular rehearsal, Mrs game It was found that Mrs. J. E. bacon, and one thin slice onion. Had this liquor tax.rate been between nations and with disputes 20 to 30 Fig tre I i..,.

I the bom, t' + Murphree played several new Wilson had made high score and Roll and fasten with toothpick Increased only to $1 a gallon, the to enforce Its decrees power years, pecans LI,
sating[ ttse : 1 phonograph records, which added Mrs. Ethel Biggs had made second Brown on all sides In 1-4 cup hot governor said, It would have effective League of Until some 100, and scuppernongs 200 Y'' ,, _

J' wh4'ly !I Baptist W. M. U Meets greatly to the entertainment of high Mrs. Wilson was pre- fat Add hot water to half coyer boosted consumption, kept down Court of Nations Nations or Supreme -
home \ is set
The regular business and pro- the members. sented with a rack of beverage ; cover and cook over low heat bootlegging and produced more some carefully up, RUPTURESHIELD
[cbaractefartoof 'I''s! : gram meeting of the Baptist During tho social hour the hostess glasses and Mrs. Biggs was given 1 1-2 hours. (Serves 68Mrs.) money for the state. may be out widest planned neutrality

( : l' Woman's Missionary Union was served orange sherbert and a pair of pottery vases. A, F Sauls. He also expressed a view the the long course. But In ) EXPERT IlEKr ,
aldered' l. held Monday afternoon Feb. 21, cookies! to her guests. Those enjoying this delightful state should levy a tax of 50 cents save "neutrality" will not I
W Impor f us. And even If it II. 1H. lIEVAN'I'ld..ly' len" ,,
a at the church, with the president -- affair with the two hostesseswere Green IVppcr 1'lnenpple/ Salad. a case on liquor shipped out of America would, !* to put would never be export of Chlrnffo, will' I
y : Mrs W J. Epperson, In the chair W. M.\ S. Had Large |I : Mrs H B. McLendon, Mrs. 3 firm green peppers the state instead of the regulartax content penum.ilh
eratlons, 4 merely to save her be at the George ,
Mrs. Epperson also led the devo- Attendance At Monday\ J. E. Wilson, Mrs. Ethel Biggs, 2 ((3 oz.) packages cream cheese on all shipped to dry states own skin while Washington/ Id. \
'along I tel
Friday nnd
f i tlonnl. I .I Mrs. T. F. Landrum, Mrs. O. L. 'a cup crushed pineapple and none on shipments to wet permitting weak and defenseless sutnrday -
ed manui.Home Circle No. Two of which Mrs. Meeting Haynes, Mrs. N. Sternbevg Mrs. 1 pimiento, cut 'very fine states. nations to be butchered and raped only March 4 and 3, from! t,
.... 9 A. ill. to 6 P. M.
J M Brownlee Is leader, had The Woman's Missionary Society K. G Duncan Mrs. W. E. Torode, 2 tablespoons pecan meats, ---.. by brutal and vicious nations. We

J :Florida charge of the program for the afternoon of the Methodist church had a Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Mrs. L, A. chopped fine JIflaVE YOU 1tEAJ) t must cooperate with all peace- Shield Mr; IK hV'n": :I ; I Tin,.',,:;,, / I Inv..r

everal ): f if Mrs R. I... Kemp, assisted large attendance at the meeting Davis, Mrs. W J. Epperson Mrs. 1 teaspoon gelatine "Personal History"by l loving nations to put the laws of all former method' *. ,'.fiImmediate ., I,

i methods t' by Mrs. S. E. Sparks, presented Monday afternoon, and nn Interesting Jim Ritch Mrs. C. A. Knight, 2 teaspoons pineapple juice. Vincent SheehanIt God above the law of the Jungle hold' the' rupture rpHulta. perfectly It will n.)l hi"<,<
of the i iotabllsh,1
the following program: and profitable service was Miss Mlna Manasso. Mrs. W. E Remove seeds from green peppers and the brute.-Dr. Clarence Poe ('rO"M" the (circulation. Mri-iiK'' I
X j. {, 1. A playlet by Scletta Sparks conducted under the direction of I Murphree Mrs. J. O. Lander, Mrs. Mix: cheese, drained pine- Is the personal history of our i In The Progressive Farmer. the the opening weakened In parts ten dlt'N, 'thereby on HivraKo ..I
, ththeh' |] Georgia Gilpin, and Betty Me- the president, Mrs. W. A. Fischer, P D. Fancher, Mn/ J. C. Booker, apple, pimiento, and nut meats. -+_ caNe, reirnrdleiin of h.
,1'0' recipes, Mrs. Joe Wallace, and Mrs. H. M. Soften gelatine in pineapple Juice SET I'ECANS, I lifting ntrahilnir( or any poMltji."i. ,
convenlebousewl :' I Rae.Solo with Mrs. F. H. Long as pianist FIGS ANI) body may axHume no mattinlxe ,.> "
J.I : "A Trumpet Song"'.-Selet- and Mrs. E K. Perryman, as sec- I Rlcharde, nnd dissolve over hot water. Add "Rumbln Galleries"by Git.\I'ES or lorntlon A nnth,.T"

'f! t ta Sparks reta ry.After. .--+--- thla to the pineapple mixture. Fill Booth Tarklngton While many fruits require so known Hilentlfle method. No ,ID,,,,d I IitriipH ,
correspo; j! Duet- Mrs W. N Johnson and the shells and In Tricks In all trades-even Art much or Mimharnonia arianircin" ).
er busin> / the business session clos- Washington Party EnjoyedBy pepper place refrigerator spraying, pruning, and expert nn.1lhM"IIII..I/ ly no IIwdlclMl.l1Iedltal
.\ Miss Gladys Johnson .d I, Mrs. T J Griffin, vlce-presl- to harden. With avery Galleries. care as to make It difficult tientmontHMr .
Asar Woodmen Circle Mhrnnii Mill lie flclnil 4i> ileniimMlrnt -
I Solo- Miss Gladys Johnson. dent, conducted the worship service sharp knife, cut the stuffed for the average householder to lfliont .hnrlC"

ed on tht Plans were made for the special using the subject of "Love" Starke Grove 278 of the Supreme peppers crosswise Into thin slices "The Devil and Daniel Webster" produce crops of good quality \..... Hill %'. IIICIIMOMI... M'..

i', ton age[ meetings, study class and week of for her theme Forest Woodmen Circle met and serve on lettuce leaves with by Stephen Vincent Benet profitably,, there are three Southern Fur 15 years< N I nxHlHtant<'IIK to F

ayst prayer for Home Missions. I The program subject was "Com In regular session Tuesday nightto mayonnaise. (Serves 6)). Mrs. A rare thrill in a masterpiece. fruits which are almost fool- !Pe.*,lf.v. .famoiiH rupture .."per.t'hlc"KO. .

\ Mrs. W. B. Alexander was munity Houses," which are located enjoy a celebration of GeorgeWashington's Eula Wlgham. ___
'J'tdid( with elected first vice president to suc in different parts of the Unit birthday "The Prodigal Parents"by

V mor'that'' ceedMrs.. J, H. Lord. Mrs. Lord ed States and are for the religious The hall where the meeting was George A. Johnson Sinclair Lewis

was elected to fill the vacancy in and social training of the underprivileged held, was attractively decorated Revolt of the parents against the ,
A Johnson
| of their George 72, of Ashland FREE
;i" reaourceuieCt ; the office of secretary, caused by classes Taking (parton with flags, ana red and white Ohio, died of a sudden heart revolt of youth. I GREEN'S STORE '
the resignation of Mrs. B. I'! Fus-
'J,. an' this program were: Mrs. T. J. roses. attack beginning Thursday nightof I
sell Griffin. Mrs. L C. Ray, Mrs. L. The Grove was opened In regu- last week while The above and many other new I $1.00 In Orocerles' ansi

1; been tion wit de.. '' Study class will be held on F. Smith, Mrs. Fischer, Mrs. J. W. lar form for business. The guardian the Magnolia Hotel stoppingat here fascinating books of all types and I Five Gallon Gasoline Cash & Carry

', 11 Thursday, March 10, at the pas- White, Miss Olive Ray, Miss Kate Mrs. A. J. Grlffis, instructedthe en route to South Florida with his tastes: will be found at your Public' to be Given Away

The h
:, preaentawoman 1 luck dinner at noon. B. Parks Mrs. Hognn Smith, Miss I Irene Borden, state musician at was rushed to Dulldln;:. Open daily except Sun- about this. ,
a Jacksonville
'> j 1| The week of prayer will begin Amelia Ray, Mrs J. H Fields, Ocala, aa the guest speaker for .. but- -did not hoaItal days from one until six o'clock p.

j lEg Inte f March 4. Circle No. Three will Mrs. A' W Redgrave, Mrs. L A. the evening. Mrs. Vonda Inman, I, Friday respondto m. Get a book or join today. UK CAKKV
I'jnatlon I II I treatment dying Sunday morning I A COMPLETE: LINE OF QUALITY FEEDS AT
I, 'j have charge of the program and Davis, Mrs. W. P Smith and Mrs. national representative for the nt 12.15 o'clock +---
ff which p' 1 I If the flowers for the church for the Carrie Ritch. Grove, and Mrs. Borden were giv- The body THE VERY 1/mEST PltlCES. SEE US BEFORE IIUIING.

f being of' ; month of March I It was announced that on Match en awards of honor and were escorted was shipped to Ashland Mondayand When Is Ballot
accompanied by Mrs. Johnsonand
been gl' t 4, at three-thirty In the afternoon, to seats of honor on the Marked Right Or
traveling companion, Mrs. NO.
inlrlg--fc ( the World Day of Prayer wouldbe rostrum. Dolly Terry, of Starke. 1 TOMATOES
tJ 666 E; observed here Mrs. Borden Wrong, DiscussedTALLAHASSEE. 6c
.e"J.. by a union service gave an inspiring Mr Johnson was president of I'ACK-CAN
luon.J : : nn l
( I at the Methodist church This address on paternalism and com the Ashland I
1 I Malluble Iron Co., ;
: -- ; > FEVERil. day Is the officers .--The
"f sponsored by the Councilof pllmented on their of Ashland, Ohio Supreme
) ft ,';: TnMrt firmS ..liirllrndnrbr. Women for Home and Foreign work. Mrs. Borden was elected to ments and arrange- Court decided, recently It could j
J Limit: .i I I, 5111>* 3(1 missions, and i were in charge of DeWitt not lay down a definite rule that I
Is observed In more honorary membership in the
)NuNtt C. MEAL
mlnutraTrr Jones 10 lbs. 20c
l:.bera Uy mak of f. 4j',\\I' "Hnh-Mr-Tli.ni', '-Vtorld'' .. llmtI.lnlmriil than fifty countries.' Prayer will Starke Grove. -- -.---- all election ballots must be marked I I GRITS, 10 IBs. 22c
I be made for missions and for The district convention will! beheld with crosses before or after

/:fully thiauamei --w--- -___ world peace. in Lake City on March 30. Florida Plans the candidate's name If they are

:..'; ; 1 1 The hour for the meeting of the Arrangements will be made laterto BigDeer Hunt counted. I'UKK
:Ii\ Society has been changed from attend the convention. I It's a question for determinationIn COFFEE GROUND: :IOc:

three o'clock In the afternoon to After the adjournment of thebusln..ss Plans will be made next month specific Instances, the court roc'M*
Before said. Clerks and
three-thirty. meeting several games of for a state-financed hunt of Inspectors should I
---.--- bunco were played. Prizes were deer In South tlcky make special reports if they find
1 P. T. A. To Meet awarded to Mrs. A. H. Hall and court Florida unless new ballots marked different from the '
Mrs. Irene Borden.Refreshments proceedings are brought generally provided manner.If I' 32 OZ.
t > you"tepcrn The Parent-Teacher Associationwill I against four 1937 laws permitting OLEO lb.
I'' meet In regular session of punch were their slaughter. the courts then decide some 121/zclApple Jelly 20c
served by the hostesses! of the evening body marked a ballot on the
i Thursday afternoon, March 4, at Dr. J. V Knapp, state veterinarian I
j wrong side In order to
Music was furnished during Identify ,
;'- I 2:30: o'clock in the school audi- I said after a conferencewith
( <. the social hour by Mrs. Mary the ballot should be discarded ns
U torium, with Mrs. E M Davis, Prescott and Mrs. Franklin John Assistant L. Attorney General void. However, if It appears that Ground Meat Lb. lie
presiding. that
the an opinionof
; Kinchen. by common error voters markedon 1
ga.s J. H. Benson the court 1I
: j principal of the +-- opened the the wrong side, or that the intent I
.. high school, has announced that way for the livestock sanitary of the voter Is clearly shown, MILK 3 tall 20cSUGAR 5 Ibs. 25c
\ ," boardt ,
special awards renew its
will be Church i
:j : '. .- given to the Episcopal campaignagainst the ballot might be counted. I
best students In the school and to the deeras, part of a tick
Morning prayer and sermon will The decision was in a case from
Step into this the mothers that have had their be held at St. Mark's Episcopal! eradication program.He I Palm Beach County, In which D. t
children on time and have had Church at 11 said the board, meeting J. Johnson G. NORTHERN
> Sunday morning sought to
quash a
office and get them attend regularly.All o'clock. Church school will be March 7, would consider detailsof charge that ho fradulently changed .- BEANS B. E. PEAS 4lc C

jf J members are urged to attend held at 10 o'clock. The Ast Wed- the deer hunt In Orange, Oaceoln a voter's ballot in a school BABY LIMASJERSEY I
completeloverageeapectany the meeting. Glades and
nesday service will be held at 10 Highlands trustee election. Law providedfor
I counties that
-- -- --- clock a. m. On March 3 a quiet was stopped last the ballot to be marked before
.... ; U. D. C. Will Meet day of prayer and meditation will September by an Injunction of the candidate's name, with three PACKAGE CHARMER CANCORN

'JI' property damageAnd The W. T Weeks Chapter, United be held conducted by Sister Esther Circuit The Judge J. B. Johnson here. I to be elevated In that race. i FLAKES COFFEE, lie

I ( Daughters of the Carlotta, of the Sisters of the supreme court at first up- The State charged Johnson

; liability! will meet Wednesday Confederacy afternoon, Resurrection. A sincere Invitation held Johnson's Injunction. On fraudulently put a fourth "X" on

March 21, at three-thirty o'clock,, I is extended to the public to attend rehearing, _the court reversed its a ballot where a voter had put FANCY 1

1 : Johns & Wainwright, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W these meetings findings consideration and of ordered scientific further facts three crosses after the candidates Rice BLUE Ib 1 7c

Starke Fla. L Wall. Hostesses: Mrs. Wall, I -. about the spread of ticks from I names. HOSKS
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee I I Johnson contended the State
Mrs. J. M. Mrs. Hardy Williams deer to cattle.
Brownlee and Mrs. George B. I failed to charge a violation of any I
Mrs. Julia Elizabeth Williams, Graham
interpreted the de-
__ ;
law because LOAVES
Flynn. i the ballot I O.T.
fi -------a- I ( already
: I 35, wife oC Hardy Williams, died cislon as lifting all. present re- [
60'I | was void when It was marked on BREAD 25c S. DRESSING 20c f
''i I Wednesday afternoon In a Jack- strictions on deer slaughter under ,
FLOWERS AS NEAR TO YOU sonville hospital. She had been terms of the special laws and ,! the right side. "In other words,"

p '; AS ill for several weeks, She and her told Dr. Knapp the board could I I said .the Supreme Court In describing -
rj husband had moved from Starke proceed unless further action was i his position, "a rotten egg BEST

FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J beveral I months ago and were makIng started In Judge Johnson's court. 'eannot, be spoiled." BACON UIIITE.
,,01; \ I Then the court took the 12jc
ALL ORDERS FILLED their home In Juckonvllle! Paul C. Albiitton one of the FOUNt
.:, Funeral for that the affidavit was sufficient to
ARTISTICALLYECONOMICALLYPROIPTL services were held attorneys R. M. Sheetz, presIdent -
Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock of the Florida Deer Protec- charge a violation, and that there f
,. was no Iron-clad rule for I I 14 OZ. TOMATO:
tive deciding
at Kmgsley Lake Church with the association, said at Sarasota
''I MRS. R.ev Claud Bridges, of the Spring the fight would be continued. He whether to void & ballot marked CHEESE, lb. 22cJCATSUP lOc
L. G. POWELL, Starke field Baptist Church In Jacksonville did not say what steps would be on tl'e wrong bide. It ordered

officiating. taken to prevent the Johnson/ remanded to Sheriff Hiram -
--- -- -
--- -- ---- Besides her husband, Mrs. Wil- Lawrence of Palm Beach I II
-- -
liams Is survived by two daugh- 8TIC.%\\BRICK SIK>RTCAKESTAND I County. Flour b; 70c

r ters, 'Eunice and Mildred Williams, .- .
rIi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Florida has Its coffee stands, ItLOUU WILL TELLA

Carter, and three sisters, Mrs. hot dog stands and, whatnot, but Yankee millionaire was at

: ASK US0.0About Ruby Glisson, Mrs. Carrie Rhoden, no doubt Plant City claims the death's door and it was decided to I NO 1 IIUSII 10 LlSS

'; and Mrs. Susie Sibley. only strawberry shortcake standIn try *lood transfusion. The sup- Prince Albert to c I POTATOES ISc

rI Pall bearers were: Elam Grtffls the country. It I Is conducted by ply was obtained from an em

J. L Silcox,"SA. J. Thomas, two sisters and during the straw- ploye of the institution, who was a

';' Geo Williams, Albert Williams, berry season it does a very flour- Scotsman by birth, and the result TENDER

and Mack McCook.ArrangemE'nts ishing business, the trade being was all that could be desired. JUICY

: our New Automobile Liability were In charge of mainly from tourists attracted by When the patient was able to get STEAK CHUCK 12icAgent

DeWitt C. Jones. the unique sign la front of the about he gave the Scotsman $500.: I'OUNO

c Policy. It saves you money --------.--- place. Plant City ,Is nationally After a time the operation was

Card of ThanksI famous for Its strawberries ship repeated, but this time the million
and it is protection you cannot afford wish to for pod during the winter months, and aire paid $250, and still later, after
express myself and I
strawberry shortcake another transfusion
stand Is the Scot was For
i to be without. family many our kindnesses sincere gratitude and. forthe doing Its part to popularize that pall nothing at all.
services I section. Jacksonville "Ah, "
Times- Sandy, said the surgeon

; 1 L: 1 shown and death us during of my the husband recent, Illness David I Union. slyly, "it's only what you mlgh/t!:
Ii .
-- have
expected. Your blood's Just
I National guard forces are being started to work."-.Montreal Star. TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO.
Mra. David Kite.
I Iii' brought up to authorized strengthof --- -.
HAROLD C. WALL, AGENCY Circles To-Meet 205,000. officers and enlistedmen. I WILL YOUR SON DIE IN TilENEXT

) : j- All farm of dependable Inauranc. Baptist W. M. U. circles will _. For months WAK Better QualityGet
past now parts of
f' fI'' meet church Monday afternoon at the During tb past 14 y.a r.; 11,283 I Europe! and Asia have run red

ii' at three o'clock.V miles of main track have been con- with soldiers' blood . while

structed by America's railroads. England,, Germany, France, Italy, Our Low Prices
The flesh Before
____.___ ______ I of sharks la a sourceof Whales have been know to live I Russia have trembled on the brinkof Buying
poultry food.
t. 200 yeara. 1' ,
tr1 war on the brink of a war -- -- --
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I, Mr and ZrF.; A Cunova and. Miss Martha Brownlee, a student -I I Friends of Mr and Mm. :.lames Gill hospital In Starke Sundry Palatka Ravine Gardens. Sunday.Mrs. .

daughter Carolyn of Gainesville. at Stetson University in De- I Lewis will be glad to learn thatI Feb. 20.Mrs W. C. Pendley and Mr. W.
iiits'oi were recent 'guests of Mrs E. E. Land, spent the week-end here as I they have returned to Starke Sadie Patterson, of Jacksonville J. Overstreet spent Wednesdaywith

\ Canova. .. the guest of her parents, Mr. and i where they will make their home was the guest of Mr. and relatives in Muccleony
-- Mrs. J. M. Brownl ''Mr. Lewis Is connected with the Mrs. P D. Funcher Sunday, Mrs. L. F. Chapman entertainedthe
Mr. and Mrs. \V. B. Sewell and _
I I Bradford County Telegraph.Dr. With Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Edwards State Farm Bridge club at her
Miss Lois Cochran spent several Miss Louise Langford teacher -' and Miss Marion Cuhoon of home Monday afternoon.
Ii I.ocal. NeS I days this week in Eustis visiting: of music in the ,Raiford school, I C. J. Guy, who for the past Melrose Mr and Mrs. Martin ---. ..
relatives. spent the weekend here as the year has been practicing medicine Griner were visitors to the Ravine Confectionery saleM in the United -

BUSINESS AND I guest of her uncle and aunt. Col. I here, left Monday for Montlrcllo Gardens In Palatka, Sunday.Junior States this fall have attained
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus F. Brown and Mrs D. E. Knight where he the
will his home. Martin and Lawton Mar- highest levels since 1929.
PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY AND TOWN ; have returned from Atlanta, Ga.,
Tnf tin of Ocala were guests of Mr. I
: where they spent several/ days with Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughters -I FL/L FIRM and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell, Sunday. .. (Easy: To Be> Mistaken About
I I relatives. Miss Juanita and Mrs.L. .
-- _. J., Green and daughter Sara, Judy, I Mrs Bryan \\hltflelil. Cor. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Granger and I <' ?,14C.i TROUBLE
I their son, Walter, of Belle Glade,
----- ---- Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch, of were guests Sunday! of Mr. and --- several days with Mr. andMrs. .:m \n :sinTerers, nhould learn thei
fss. A. F. Sauls spent Wed- W. C. Kammerer, of Philadel- DeLand, spent Saturday and Sun- )Mrs K. T. O'steen In Brooker. Mrs. Leo Wiggins entertainedwith spent. i ''h n'miit ULCERS r GAS ACID:I
J. G.
ay in Jacksonville phia, was the guest Tuesday of day with Mr. and Mrs H. L. I three tables of bridge Monday during the SU'-'liSTlON.: : belching h"utburn.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Alexander.Mrs. Brownlee. Mrs W. B. Mundy, Mrs. T. F.: afternoon, Feb. 14, at the week. 'O' r'' ,.i'.ion' etc due toexcew"" fccid"V'TL
I Miss Hazel Lane, of Gainesville t''CnooMracnntam* fact
TCs. C. H. Nasworthy spent .. Landrum, Mrs. T. K. McClane, home of Mrs. Marlin Griner. A has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. merest The9thedition, jU/ltotTthe
t; day in Jacksonville. James Hair, of Lake City, Miss Myrnell Morgan and little Mrs W. N. North, and Mrs. L. A. profusion of nasturtiums, pansies 'B. C. Price for several weeks. 'rs, ma vprove your first step to hapi .
is the guest of her parents, Mr. sister Jade Morgan, of Orlando, Shepherd were visiting friends In '! and violets made the rooms at- Mrs. .11. [>>mac.: i comfort!Clip thin to remind
R. C. Drew ond
[Mrs.{ J B. Carlisle spent last and Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth. were guests Saturday of Mrs. Ef- Gainesville Tuesday afternoon.Mr. |' tractive. At the end of four Louise Drew Miss to ask for the UDGA Booklet at
I Were visitors to the OAIU'ENTKK'H Illiro '
eck in Ocala visiting relatives, '-- fie Johns. awarded STORM
I progressions prizes were j, ..
.-- --'--- Mrs. Taylor Belcher, of Garrl- and Mrs Sam Anderson, to the holders of high and low I --- -

V&:; L. Patten, of Tallahassee, son-on-the-Hudson is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall, of Tallahassee Miss Florence Gill and Jesse Alex- | scores, nnd also to the winner of
vaaivlsltlng' friends here Sunday. her mother, Mrs. J. L. Frazee. were wefk-end guests of ander attended the Shell meeting a hand of bingo.Honoring .
--."' Mr. Wall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. held at the George Washlngon Mrs. H. M. Rlchnrde, STARTING
tB. Surrency, of Brooker, was Mrs. N. Sternberg spent a few W. L. Wall Hotel In Jacksonville last Friday I. Mrs J. C. Wallace and Mrs. Walter -
a, )71sinesa visitor here Wednes- days this week in Palatka as the Murphree were hostesses at a

guest of Mr. und Mrs. Bob Wells. Mrs. Wilbur Marshburn, of De- ___u._ __ _.__ :.bridge party at the home of the NEXT WEEK
Funluk Springs was a recent vis- Mrs.\ F. W. Webb und daughter \latter lust Friday afternoon. The
Misses Clara Flume and Edith Mr. and Mrs. P. S. McMillan, of itor of Mrs. G. W. Alderman and Miss Mabell! Webb and son. W. R. | Washington birthday motif wn ft

dwe spent Sunday in Jackson- Jacksonville, were guests Sundayof other relatives. I Webb, and L. D. Dice, all of Haw fectlvely carried out in the flowers POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Hemingway. thorne were guests Sunday of favors and refreshments Mrs. (
z -- ---- air. and Mrs. J. L. Gholson, of Mrs. Webb's aunt. Mrs. Effie B. C. Price received a vase as
(Mrs. A S. Crews, of Jackson- Mrs. Elmo Struth left Friday for Wilmington, N. C., are guests this Johns. ;, holder of high score, and Mrs Jim ,
Fyttte, spent several days here this DeLand, where she will visit her week of Mr. Gholson's sister, Mrs. -- ---- Bitch was given a novelty powder:' AVIIJ. IIE.: RUN CONTINUOUSLY IN THE'=

qgek. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tatum. Eula Whlffham. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hart ridge I holder. In a unique way. little | TELEGRAPH UNTIL PRIMARY
------- and Mr. and Mrs. John L. Wilkes, 1 I' Jeanette McLendon presented gifts
[Paul Cunova, of Ocala, spent)I IP5un.fjay Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid and C. C. Dr. H. B. McLendon and Dr. J.W. I all of Jacksonville, were weekend i to the honoree. MAY :.1 FOR r
here with his mother, Mrs.Canova. Hoppe, of Tampa were guests this Brownlee attended the North- I guests of Judge and Mrs, A. Z. :| Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gllssen announce ':
L !. week of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beas- east District Dental Society In Adkins at their KlngHley Luke the birth of a son at the
ley. Jacksonville, Monday. I cottage. .. '
I --- --- --- -
ZIr. and Mrs E. M. Davis and TKAIX SCIIKDULE: ;
-T --- ----- -- I
r daughter. Miss Jean Davis, spent E. L. Middleton, of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith spent Friends of Don Stllley will be I Schedule of trains arriving here $5
[,Tuesday In Jacksonville. was the guest Tuesday of his par Sunday lu Pulatka as guests of glad to know that he Is recuper- daily Subject to change without
ents. Dr. ana Mrs. W. E. Middle- their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. ating at the home of his sister I. notice.
j The Rev and Mrs. W. A. Fischer ton. and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe. Mrs. R. C. Buford, after undergoing Southbound-Due Starke
liatd, Mrs. L, A. Davis were visitors an operation fQr appendicitislast | No. 1-Local_--__n 11:25: : p. m J PAYAHLE'= IN ADVANCE
In',3ackaonv111e, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, Misses Marion and Helen Dowl- week. No. 13-Local-______ 4-30: p. m

of Jacksonville, were guests Sun- inp, Betty Green and Loral Ben ; ---'-- I No. 107-Through____ 10:05: a. m.
''Mr. and Mrs. A H. Hall and day of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown- nett were guests Sunday of Miss I Miss Helen Cook and Owen I No. 191--To Miami___ 10:39: p. m. I II I

tighter Sharon, were shopping lee. Mary: Edwards, in Lawtey. Griffin, of St. Augustine were the I Northbound-Duo Stiirkc I II I
I No. 2-Local_______ 0:30\: a. m ]
1{1acksonville. Monday. -- -- guests Sunday of Mrs E. L. Blgge.They I II j'I I
-- Miss Kitty Hog seed will spend Mrs. N. Sternberg and Miss Lillian I were accompanied home by <: No 16Local11:28 a. mI '' BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH
Miss Marjorie Stump and Miss this week-end in"Jacksonville as ) Sternberg spent Monday and Mrs O. J. Griffin, who spent last 'I No. 108-Through-- 5:03\: p. m.

i4i key Hudson, students at the, the guest, of her aunt Mrs. Kitty Tuesday In Daytona Beach as the I week here I! No. 192-- Through.6:29: a. m
rfflarida State College for Women, Lane. guests of Dr. S. Sternberg. Stnrke' and Wnnnee Itr-inch
WilJ spend the weekend here as --- -- I Misses Myrtice, Floiled, nnd No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m.
|fcstSm of Miss Stump's parents, Miss Hope Haynes spent the Miss Ruth Rowe spent several Will Vlda KHIIngsworth, Martile 1 No. 102 arrives Stnrke 1-50 p m.

and Mrs F. F. Stump week-end in Jacksonville as the days In DeLand this week as the I Hemingway;; Ma p'c.hlgham, Seaboard! Airline Railway '
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. Haynes guest of Mrs. Elmo Struth whoIs and Helen Pratner spent the weekend T J GRIFFIN, Agent. :" '..:. ''bi:. .' .- ", :." -. '-:! : .. ..:.' .' ;-'

Grant. visiting her parents there. In Atlanta, Ga. with friends ,
+ and relatives
REAL Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McLendon Mrs. A. B. Alvarez and little -_. -- -

of Jacksonville were guests Sun- daughter Sylvia, spent the week Misses Addle and Rosa Bals-
ESTATE day of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nas- end In DeLnnd Daytona Beach den, Mrs. Alice Jones Mrs. Mon-

worthy. and Ormond visiting friends. Irieth Stllley, Miss May Wlngate
TO and Ted 1 1NYSEPTOL
-- --- Stllley all of Jacksonville,
i BUY, SELL OR RENT William Woodln, of Towanda. Senator and Mrs C. E. Johns I were guests Sunday of Mr and
Penn., was the guest last Thurs and Miss Kathryn Haynes were Mrs. R. C. Buford.
t SEE US- day and Friday of Mr. and Mrs.R. visiting friends and relatives In ----.-- --_ NYAL NYAL
WILSONi'REALTY F. Demorest. Mr. WoodIn nnd Gainesville, Sunday afternoon. I Friends of Mrs. Edward Burns
Mr. Demorest were, boyhood --.------ will be glad to lei n. that she returned ,. Refreshingmouthwash, ASPIRIN u NORWEGIAN rl
CO. friends In Penn. Mr. Woodin was Miss! Julia Winkler spent Sun- to her home today after' antiseptic and breath TABLETS COD LIVER OIL
en route to St. Petersburg for the day afternoon in Lake City with being confined to Riverside Hospital deodorant 5 $Upta
For colds, headache, U.S.P. Vitaminneurolgic ,' ,
remainder of the winter.NAT her grandfather Hans Austin, whoIs I In Jacksonville for two weeks e Q
_on _u __ recovering from illness there. following an operation. pain strength
--- ----- Full pint2for5Oe Bottle 100-5 grain I,- ti El Full pint
---- I
Mrs. O. W White and daughter Friends Miss '
SEZ: 2 for 5OC 2 for 95C
Miss Dorothy White, Mrs. J. ton will be glad to Madge'Middle'l

"'e business men. heard a good W. White, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray has returned to
talk the other the spent Tuesday in Jacksonville. being confined to Riverside Hospital "
of having: a nenne of humor. -- in Jacksonville for ten days I
,' tk Of course, thin might be a little Friends of Mrs. J. M. Alvarez following an operation. 25c Nyieplol' Tooth Paste 2 '0.25c DROPS Pt. Nyal Milk of Magnesia 2 for SOc

hard to manage at time ax for will regret to learn that she is -.--.-------- I Lb. Needee Hospital Cotton 2 far 60c 35c Bottle' Lg. Nyal Castoria((4 oz..2) fer 60C35cNyseptolToothBtesh..2

Instance a Chink trying to squeeze confined to her home on WalnutSt. Miss Juanita Barefoot, the Rev.C. 35C 2 ... 25c
., because of injured knee. far 2 for 3Sc SSc Nyol Yellow Pill.. . .
out a giggle/ / when he hears a an E. Cutshaw, and Bill Pluramer
of Pi. Ultra Hand Lollon, . 2 for 5O 50c Buchu and Juniper Pills... .2 for 5OC
bombers Miss Christine
couple Jap warring accompanied Cut-
overhead, or a druggist/: getting Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell, Miss shaw to Riverside Hospital In 500 Needee Cleaning Tissues.2 for SOC NYAL CITRATES: & 100IonandYeaItTabl.t..2 ter $1

hysterical when u customer wakes Olive Dell and S. T. Dell, Jr., of I Jacksonville, Wednesday. Miss 50e Holdf.re. Den. Plate Paw.. .2 ..5OC CARBONATES too Hinklo Catcara TableH. 2 '0.3Sc35cD.n.aIPlat.Bu.h..2.0.3Sc
Gainesville, the week-end at
him up In the middle of the night spent Cutshaw will remain In the hospital 2 75 i
their home .. 75c Nyalyplus' Cough Syrup ler
summer on Kingsley
to buy a three-cent stamp but for a week. Effervescent
the average little annoyances due Lake. 6 01. Ultra Almond Cr.am. 2 for 5 OC Alkalinizer site Pi. Ultra Ext.Witch Hasel. 2 fer 5OCSSc

ing the average busy day thereis Miss Carolyn Hutto returned 6 or. Glycerin &Rose Water. 2 for SOc 2 'or '1 Nyal Laxacold Tablets. .2 '0. 2 5C

no doubt that a sense of humor Miss Ruth Sternberg returnedto Tuesday to her home In Columbia 1 Lg. Magnolia Tooth Pa...- 2 for 5OC 25c Nyal Carbolic Salvo . 2 fer 2 5 C

in. a great help. her home here Saturday after S. C., after spending several days I 50< Par Shaving Lotion. 2... SOc MURIEL ASTOR SOc Nyal Throat Gargle. ... 2 for 50c
spending some time In Miami as here as the guest of her parents,
i S SPRING MATERIALS the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Miss! SSc Noedee Corn Pads . .2 for 25C FACE POWDER 75c Nyiorbo Liniment . 2 fer 75C

Duke. Hutto was present to help celebrate Lg. Nydenta Tooth Past.. . .225e for SOc Rec'onePileOin'm.nt..2 far 5OC
SOe box
her father's birthday anniversary Nyiii Face Powder. . 2 for 25C SOc Analgesic Balm-tube. 2 ... 5OC
The Prettiest Patterns Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald, of Tampa, on Feb. 22. Ny.i.PowdePufll2-lnch.ize2 for O9C 2 for sac S1.OOHot Spring. Medicine. 2 ,.. *1

;t we have ever had CCI y spent the several home of days her here son-in-law this weekat and At ;;:meeting I last week_ at the I $1.00 Sorel Face Powder. . 2 for *1 HONEY & Pt. Nyal Rubbing Alcohol 2 ..SOC

s Tooth Powder. 2 for SOc Pt. Cod Liver Oil Mint Flay 2 9 5 CSSc
,y nAe daughter Mr. and Mrs. Marcus F. home of the president, Mrs. F. A.I 50c Pylora fer

Brown. Scott, the home-going of the founder SOe Brilliant Lilac Hair Oil. 2 for SOc HOREHOUND Zinc Ointment-tube. . .2 ,.. 25c

LINENS L of W. C. T. U organization ) 50c Nysis Cucumber Lotion. 2 for SOC COUGH' SYRUP 50c Haarlem Oil Capsule .2 far SOc

Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Carter and Francis E. Wlllard' was observed t 2'. Nyal Aspirin Tab. (doi.). 2 for lOc 50c bottle SOc Lax.Syrup Figs& Sanna. 2 far SOC
PRINTED SOLIDS little daughter, Louise, and Mrs. in a sweet and tender service In
e Effie Johns were recent visitorsof honor of her memory. Her "heav- 4 or. Pure Olive Oil, . . 2 tee 45c 2 for 5OcNYAIGESIC $1.00 Nyagar Laxative. . 2 for *1

? 89c 79c ? their nelce Mrs. Frank Webb in enly birthday" Feb. 17th is observed Dox.NyNap.San. Padi.2 tee 35c 25cM.cuochom.SaI.. 2 far 25cLge.ParShavingCr.am.2

,Hawthorne.Mr the world over by W. C. for 5OC SLOOHypophosphitetTonic. for $100
T. U. women and her statue erect-
---- ed 2 oz.Boric Acid Powder..2 far 1 5 C For pain-SOc bottle' SSc Pined Tar Cough Syrup. .2 ter 25C
lt In
F and Mrs. W. L. Edwards the Hall of Fame, Washing ;
301.Pu'.Ca.torOil..2 lor25Cfor for SOc Nyal Whit Liniment . .2 for SOC
SHANTUNGSiriJEAUTIFUL and daughter Fredericka, of Jacksonville ton, D. C. (the only woman thus I 2 saC
were recent guests of Mr. honored) atlests to the country's I 1 01.Tinct. Iodine.2 2 5 C SOc Nyal Cold Capsule . 2 for 5OSScHinfceyt

1" FLOWERED and Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss estimate of her life and work. The Camphorated' Oil..2 for 2 5 C NYAL MILK OFMAGNESIA -forhoarsenesi. .2 for 25C

[PATTERNS AND ONLY Kate Struth. week meeting will of be the at W.the C.home T. of U. Mia this I 1 01.Senna' leave..2 for 1 5C 25c Nyal Com Remover . .2 for25CPf. :

J. T. : Lb. Pure Epsom Solt..2 for 2 OC1C Nyal Mineral,' Oil .2 for 75NYAl =
Mr. and \Mrs R G. Kldd and I Quigley. ,:.__:_:_ Full pint ..---=.. ..
-- ----- Man
son, Richard spent Sunday In s.". time-effort J 'Of I 3C 2 for SOc of 3 ".... for 25
,- Hawthorne as guests of Mr. ''
Kldd's grandmother, Mrs. H. C.I I [ ENT A WOlifli

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COLORS Mr and Mrs. K. G. Duncan are COLUMNFOR I The chocolated :::::::CI! ::::= COD LIVER Concentrated. A and D Vitamins
J _
announcing the arrival of .a.y.to..ok.laxa'iv.' CHOCOLAX
a baby EXT. TABLETS Box of
II t 25? up girl Margaret Rose, on Monday, RENT Furnished apart lOc box of six := Bottle ol 83 50 capsules'
Irvt I ssueur uves OIL
Feb. 21 In St. Vincent's
; HospItalIn ment, newly painted. Private .-.-.--
I --- Jacksonville. bath, hot water, entire second I 2 for IOC 2 for $1 2 for $1

floor Would rent entire house, 131
FAST COLOR W M. Wainwright and childrenof rooms, bath, hot water on each I
Tallahassee, spent the weekend floor.-Mrs. S. P Hamrlck. Itp SADIRA TOILETRIES AT "2 FOR 1" NYAl ANTACID
PRINTSA here as guests of Mr. Wain-
A" wrlght's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. FOR RENT Furnished apart- _. 'S Et' 50c CLEANSING COLD CREAM 2 lor SOc POWDER
YARD D. Wainwright. ment with private bath. Extra ,! SOc ROUGE OR LIPSTICK 2 (<* SOc 1-
tOe 15c 20c -- room If desired. Locked garage i w 50c SADIRA FACE POWDER 2 fer SOc For gas, sourness, due toacid t
; stomach
Mrs. L. D. Vinlng -Mrs. D. P. F. A. Scott, Phone 34, Starke i i SOc FINISHING CREAM. 2 tee 50c
Carpenter, Mrs. Jeannette Klncald. Fla Itp !1 iJt".t" SOc EAU DE COLOGNE 2 to SOc 50c sire
Mrs. O. L Beasley, add Mrs. W. l':;I SOc FACIAL FRESHENER 2 'or SOC
A. Fischer spent Wednesday after SOc BATH DUSTING POWDER 2 for 5Oc for
occasion, attractively arranged,'
noon In Jacksonville.
Get Ready To Sew and reasonably priced. Mr. N. D.
Mr. and--- Mrs.--- --R.----A.---Reed- of WainwrIght, Phone 102 Starke, ONE WEEK...-FEB. 28 THRU MAR. 5

It Pays to Buy atSTERNBERG'S Tallahassee, were guests Friday Fla. tf

afternoon of Miss Gladys John- FOR. SALE-Cheap. One two- CANOVA PHARMACYSTARKE
son. They were en route home after wheel I traitor. Two large Ice box-
attending: a three weeks meet- ea. One electric Coca Cola box.
IJ I Ing at the Gospel Center In St. Several small Coca Cola boxes. 813trunk' -I' FLORIDA
J I ,
Petersburg. Feed & Seed Store. it. .

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I" &.IUD\.Y, iPIIlP-l::

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;i PACK SIX --_ [ ';;: =
MISSION HALL besides the regular
\ I
, In considering the lesson chosen: The special music was furnl8hed
AGES! r ] for this week's Bible study, the by the Jacksonville group
r Hints To Housewives ; LIVE STATE NEWSFLORIDA
\, tk FARMERS SECTION leader showed how there Is a con- The special meeting b\ fo'
I tinual conflict in the world beCause Pace, famous Bible teach, t ,
Weekly from Home Drmontttr- K.CTS IN SHORT PAR.\GRAPII9 md
NOTES OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS I tlon Specialist, Tallaha..i reSYSTEMATIC I It Is Impossible for one to scripture Cartoonist of 1111tlonal ''n.
F.l i ''LI -- ---- be neutral in his, relation to God: reputation In being .nt II'I.,

CHECKON !MAYOR IN TROUBLE SPENDING LESS "He that Is not for me. la againstme pated with interest. Thi. ,?, ,'I.

;, i NEW FARM BILL EXPLAINED : HOUSE REP:URSj I MARIANNA. -- Sheriff>> W. L. MIAMI.-.Miami's current tourist and he that gathereth not Ing on Friday, March 11 ,4 th'.

i BY McCLANE Watford has seized his first "one crop is ahead of last season'sbut with me, Bcattereth abroad" said first atop of Mr. Pace onI.,. .Ihel,

'(: 11' TO FARMERS families make a practice 1 arm bandit" since the slot ma- is spending less survey of I Jesua. Matt. 23:30.: : tour which includes the Hriti.h
oJi" j I) Many the whole house systematically I chine law became effective' He usually accurate indicators disclosed The subject was "For or Isles and which will ke"I'(, ,t1\1II,\
11 The following explanation of grow ninety percent' of the base. of going over interftUs to ': confiscated a cigarette vending today. On the right side Against" and in Romans 8:6: the abroad until September
CON\ farm bill, just passed by If the base Is between four and at regular 1 Increases in _..
the new needed. Someone machine owned by Lloyd Williams of the ledger were secret of Peace, under all circum- -S

Congress and signed by President five acres he may grow of tram the base sev- I starts check on at repairs the roof, looks for miss- I I mayor of Cottondale. Williams utility connections and production stances and conditions is found: New England reports a b..". m ,10
Roosevelt, was made this week by enty to ninety percent I I released under $290 bond. race track attendance and : the boys' and girls'
j ByHOME 1; an shingles' or slates; was a "To be carnally minded is death; camp business,
Jr.: The base received by taking lag l'xamlnl'sl
K. McClane
County Agent -.- -- wagering, postal receipts and Enrollments this summer ,
i" last three as the metal flashings around ---- passenger but to be spiritually minded is life w ,'I','
ot of the
II A '1''' "According to the provisions base mentioned average above will be the years exact I chimney and other places on the FILES SUIT FOR $iOOO: traffic. On the debit side and PEACE," and also In Rom. from 5 to 40 per cent high,'i' ,ban

.. ZED'l i the new bill the following farm when roof notes whether they need to JACKSONVILLE.-. Laura were decreases in merchandise 8:31: is found this assurance, that in 1936.
' tobacco base of that provided ;
+ used to establish\:
FOR F 1ff 1 ff : will be all farms that have had< added together all the bases in the be replaced or repainted, whether Gertrude King has filed suit for sales building activity, postal and all may be well with those who BUS SCHEDULE! -

f ff tobncco banes on on them In the las county come under' the county I there are any chimney bricks $23,000: against the city of Jack- bank savings and real estate trans believe this and trust "for it God Southbound

Agreerthe ., grown The acreage for the quota This county quota will be \ loose, whether the mortar Is holdIng sonville and Byron Parker, super- fers. be for us, who can be againstus. No. 205-Due Stance
( hami,i i three years will be added together given to the county out of the | at the Joints, and the condi- intendent of the municipal prison ----. ." No. 207-Due :lr. s.?.
lasting Starke
14 f fIt. fth past years 11:4:
se whSly :'f tl, and divided by three. If stale quota bused on the average I II tion of the gutters and down- '! farm alleging that her son's death I HASTINGS MAN FINE The congregation was also reminded No. 203-Due Starke 12-15 p
< homefcbaracte (J, tobacco has been grown for the I production of tobacco in Bradford I spouts. A chimney In good condi- was caused by his being kept In JACKSONVILLE. Ernest! H. that national upheavals, No. 201-Due Starke 10:20: ,
I past three years the base will be County as compared with other tion cuts down fire risks I' solitary confinement and denied Wilson of Hastings!, pleaded guilty such as the dally news portrays at Northbound am

Star too f; ; an average of these three year; U counties in the state. If however, I The sides of the house are in- medical attention despite his ill In Federal Court to violatingthe I the present time do not need the No. 202-Due Starke l::59( m

|eldered art 'j! it has been grown for only two the total of these' bases do not spected for loose siding brick, ness. food and drug act by shipping sword of steel with It's blood( but No. 204-Due Starke 4'15 p ,

nnpor ;1 \ years the average' will be added come under the county quota it stone, or shingles. Window framesare .-- In interstate commerce cabbages' the Word of God which is sharper No. 206-.Due Starke 9.15: p.m.
CytoputeratIonr '! ,', together and be divided by three; may be necessary for the county I checked to see If putty or I KMCKC.LADES FIRES containing excessive lead arsenate than any two edged woN: Heb. No. 208-Due Starke 3:00: p

a, if it baa been grown only one year committee to slightly reduce all mortar is in need of replacement :MIAMI. State fire-fighting 1 and was sentenced by Judge Robert 4:12.There: No. 214-Due Starke 9-20: ( Am,

f,along in 4'edmann out of the past three years that bases. Porch floors and wooden steps I equipment in this area was mobil- T Ervin to pay a fine of were visitors from Birmingham Starke Bus Agent;; : .t i m

q ;. average will be divided by three. "Growers who are planning to may have rotten boards and the ized in attempts to bring three $109( In commenting on the case, Ala, Jacksonville.*, Law- Service Station!
I, Home'' :ti The new growers that is farms on plant tobacco In 1938 and have inspectors may find a new coat of woods blazes under control. Dep- Judge Ervin said the food and tey and the Keystone C. C. Camp house. Be8.slev'I I

I ,Florida I which tobacco has not been grownin tot filed sugh intention in the paint needed on metal roofing or uty Fire Warden G. D. Stocks said drug act was passed to protect the

l.. several -y, It Ii,1 1methode' the past three years' will receive County Agents' office are urgedto other exposed parts. It frequently one blaze In the Everglades twen health of the people and that

( their acreage from a National do so at the very earliest possible saves time and expense to know ty-five miles west of here covered growers who are careless In applyIng BOREE FUNERAL HOME

.' of the r, & ] pool of 25,000 acres' As to moment." all repairs needed before under- 1.000 acres and that two near Hi- poisonous sprays endanger the Full tin) of Cimkets &, Undertaker Supplies

,I establish,; ; what acreage' a new grower will Sea Island Cotton is entirely' taking any of them. aleah covered a total I of ninety health of the people. AMBULANCE SERVICE
., it Is Impossible to tell at -- acres. DAY ANO NIGHT
In the h receive free from any control In 1938 Mr. --- .- .-.---
'[ this time. BROOK FARM; .----- 53 PHONE 53
;recipes, McClane added. SUNNY
convenle "Each farm which has a -
: I'J Below are given some of the Sirs. F. R. Crosby Correspondent Schwartz PETERSBURG. Americans IIQME-LIKE INSTITUTION"BEASLEY'S
housewlt base will be given a marketing Louis ,
'I. I provisions of the new farm Bill spent as much for liquor In __- -5-- I
: certain number of Evelyn-croby and Forest medical director of the United
i Miss
.1' correspof quotaa
;h er busini, i"" pounds based on the average pro- as the provisions pertain to tobacco Crosby, of Brooker, and Mr. and States Public Health Service, said the past year as the governmentdoled .0.- ....-.- _-.. -,Saeeeeeeo, _..) I
: out for relief -
.; duction which be sold without and H. B. dyes used in coloring citrus fruitsare .
may Mrs. J. R. Kelly Kelly
As a r 1. The new Farm Bill is known
Ida B. Wise Smith, national
( penalty. However tobacco last week-end In Macon Ga harmless. "It's so harmless
edonth any spent SERVICE STATIONTRY
/, as the Agricultural Adjustment president of the Women's Christian I.
.1 tlon age! F marketed in excess of this quota( 'Act of 1938. Mrs. A. S. Crosby spent last he said, "that It would not hurt Temperance Union declaredat
''' will be taxed at the rate of fifty In Starke with her sisters, one to eat the peeling or make
S did Friday
2. The act
provides among the opening session of the OUR SERVICE AND BE CONVINCED
6 business'dIll percent of the market vajue. many other things) the SecretaryIs Mrs. Amanda Silcox, and Miss marmalade of It. Certainly no union's eleventh annual conference '
with: "When the bill was passed it Is Beulah Edwards. one has ever contracted skin trou-
to determine when there an here. Mrs. Smith Said there ATLAS
I and thatIng stipulated that a referendum must excessive supply of Flue Cured to- Mrs. David Paulk and baby, ble from this dye. We eat colored -
are 500,000 places dispensing liquor
be held within thirty days after I butter all the time. Well, the TIRES BATTERIES TUBESTires
I mor bacco and establish marketing Faye, of Jacksonville spent last compared with 177,000 such
'. of their the of the bill at I coloring used on Qranges is just
,;L t passage quota for the next marketing year. Thursday afternoon with Mrs.1' places in the old saloon days. She
resourcejnent "- which flue-cured tobacco grow- He has now done this-The Na- about the same." Unconditionally! Guaranteed for I Year and 18 Months
, Floyd Crosby. said that cent of
I' ... :... forty-two per
.;{ an' ers throughout the country will tional quota will be 705,000,000 Those who attended the Ordina- liquor customers are women. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTSWASH1NG.IOLISIIING..WAXING..tjREASINO
: tlon wit; vote as to whether they desire this pounds. tion services at Russell Church, AFTER ANOTHER RECORD

,. been detThe tobacco control and if twothirdsor 3. It provides that a referendum near Jacksonville, last Sunday, FT. MYERS.-Judge David El- :

J'4' h'presents ,. more of the voters favor the vote by secret ballot, will be were Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner mer Ward of Ft Myers shatteredall COURT: UPHOLDS LE'YTALLAIIASSEE.The Call 60 For Road ServiceEasy

r i tobacco control the bill will be taken to determine whether the Mr. and Mrs. Tate Crosby and records several years ago by Supreme I

:! woman j! placed In effect. This referendum 1937 producers of this tobacco desire son, William Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Becoming the youngest judge to Court upheld Tallahassee's attempt I'ujment Plan On Tires and Batteries
will be held March 12 and every be elected in the.,country. This : to $100 license fee
levy a
is'Ing 1nte4'mauon ) the marketing quota clause Kelly Miss Arsula Crosby and LACY CONW %Y, FLORIDA LINES AGENT 1
producer who grew tobacco in become effective In 1938 market Robert Ward year he Is again attempting to on the agency of a mall order : ::

''ii\which p', i iI 1937 will be entitled to one vote. ing year. It will not go Into effect Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mundorff break political traditions of 50 house. The court refused to re- oeIaaa.eceaeeo= .._,a.

I being of .j "After the tobacco bases are setup if :1-3 of the producers opposeIt. of Paas-a-Orllle, spent a while last years standing In his campaignfor lease on habeas corpus Naumadeen'Dllvis

'i;; been gl' .r for the farm the grower will The Secretary has decreed Monday night with the latter's election to the office of state BU lock, who was charged

nhig-. .fcIconservt: ;J be allowed to grow from seventy this vote will be taken March 12. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and, senator from the twentyfourthdistrict with failure to pay the license for

to ninety percent of the base with- 4. The National marketing quo Mrs. Floyd Crosby I at the age of only 28 years her Montgomery Ward Company

: ,I tlon, an. 'i out penalty. If his base is more ta shall be apportioned by the Sec Niss Nina Brown of Orlando If he wins it will be the first agency here. The opinion by Jus-

i I JbecftuI.tter : i'j than five acres he may grow seventy retary "among the several States and Raymond and Raiford Brown time since 1888 that a senator lice Roy H. Chapman overruled

) tl ., percent of the base, If the (Less 3 percent of the National of Plant City, spent some time i from this district which includes contentions that the license ordinance 1

I LImit ',1> base Is below four acres he may quota) on the basis of the total 1 1I last week with their mother, Mrs. Lee, Hendry, Collier and Monroe sought to exercise powers _

,Aly mal' !1, I Arle Brown. counties. has been elected outside reserved to the State alone, Chief _

of \' Miss Neta Kelly is visiting relatives of Key West Justice W. H. Ellis disagreed with

''ben\I th: I KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME ] in Tampa and Plant City. ", .the conclusion. .1 4 -Q
: me<: i DEER SEES1)00MEDTALLAHASSEE. : -- ---

J.- ____J; $ I _'_ MRS. L. C McCABE Lady AttendantJACKSONVILLE Employes of -the' United. States The State Sugar was prized as a medicineby ...- t,
this the ancients. -
Livestock Board
FtA. ST. AUGUSTINE, FL\. government number more than Sanitary :
; 43: W. Church-Phone 5-1338 SO St. George" Phone 27 800,000, of whom 700.000 are stationed week renewed its campaign-stall 4 I ,, \.. .
ed court action to
by slaughter .
outside of
; t --m------ _.-r----- Washington.- tlcky deer In four South Florida _ ______________ a
\ It has been recommended the counties. Dr. J. V. Knapp, State
UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO. motor vehicle administrators that veterinarian said he informed '- :: ---- _L
; L C. McCABE, President, Jacksonville, Fla. all motor car manufacturers shift Peavey-Wilson Lumber Company ] ,_
I the hand brake from the left side Tosahalchee Games Preserve and 1 F ,

I ,. Industrial Life Insurance of the driver to the right side McCrory Land Timber and Cattle '.. CTTI.CM5$ -r -' /
Company they could proceed as
1 1.f Representative Ij production of tobacco in each agents of the board to kill deer on -.' ,,ia'
j 50,000 acres of land they own in
State during the five 4ffC4llS
Immediately preceding" plus Orange and Osccola counties. The ___ -
years '%_.
Bronchial eradication campaign will be con-
Coughs the normal production on the diverted .r .
ducted of the -
acres, with such adjust- by agents board _
he said, If the landowners desire.In _
ments to make correc- .
i necessary -
addition he may ask Dr. I. N. HEAl YE// HEAR VI I HIM VE.1V !

'I''j Need CreomulsionJust tions small for farms abnormal and for conditions trends, etc.for Kennedy of the Game and FreshWater f OKOER Of THl COURT I _________

The marketing quota to any state Fish Commission to declare' AU. WIVES, MUST Try -WI) .p

I ft common cough a chest get a real dose of genuine Beechwood shall not be less than 75 percentof an open season for other sports- Spry FOR AU BAKIMO I 0 JIm.t..
.. cold or a bronchial irritation of today Creosote which is palatable and can men on this land. He said the AND 'IZVIII/CoGIT A CAN B<> _... 1 yt .... ... l'rui '
'j : lead to serious trouble the production of flue cured tobacco ". .I\C" Ya g .rt.... .OUI--: ,,
may toeven .
be taken
/ frequently and continuously id ? .
.0. .
campaign would be started In Ho I B..
OF ., .
THE NEW .,.. 1o..11J
for the 1937 in that 6LLVECSE.TAlLEIWOaTlNllIIO .
'1 morrow. They may be relieved flow by both adults and children year o ...lei .. ao. I ypL.dqr
11. ,
'M" w. with Creomulsion an emulsified Creomulsion is one preparation State. twenty days, but predfcted fewer TODAY o C\d'''''' ,..;,.a1- I ,. .. i 0 BI..... & "S J VI I IC
61 ''r Creosote that is pleasant to take. that goes to the very seat of the marketing than 500 deer would be killed. 1)\01.\ : ee4I"tt.- I coast:,,Ifo... __ J rro I
5. The allotment of the -
Dot i Creomulsion ia a medicinal com trouble to help loosen and expel the B..... "' ): __ I P 070,1.. 1.......... -._ I rro J I
bination designed to aid nature quota for a state shall be allotted I I -
In 1Iou..b _
germ-laden phlegm. When coughs Seqad" :.. gODd -Iorl.. J ,ro
) :
soothing and Infected which : \5
healing mu- cheat colds and bronchial troubles- among the farms on ,.
cotta membranes by allaying Irrita due to colds FUNERAL DIRECTORMy snaon.. 11.. : S"GO 0 n. If An.-.1"-. J"o
common -hang on, get tobacco is produced on the basis .aais.l:1:- _. .. .
Frt r.
tion and Inflammation and by a bottle of Creomulsion from your of the following: Past marketing Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render o,...... Ii ; I 0 a.U"lIeld ..'_ J r. J;,,'
the aiding germ-laden In loosening phlegm.and expelling druggist, use it as directed and If of tobacco, making allowance for EFFICIENT, PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE o,ll.eltt, ::. g'.9".'" W.:90": ",... J ,. j j

; The Medical :Profession has for you obtained are not the satisfied druggist with is authorized the relief I drought hall flood, other abnormal :MODERATE PRICES o 1'tct"p101"" oI.. ,....... S 1 T'yt 0 Prto th.5 n..... i ,.- J J', ..

) many effect years of recognized Beechwood the Creosote beneficial in'- to Creomulsion refund every Is cent one word-not of your money.two. weather conditions, plant bed DeWITT C. JONES ."...Slori..a -. -' :: 1 'P QPo,, :";:,..(::. '}.-,,, ::: ...Aio

the treatment of coughs chest colds" and it has no hyphen in it. Ask for : and other conditions; land labor Starke Florida SU'" S. ___- I y' ''oSiK I4Bool& /
liny nh. 1 MKkt ph. 1:1:1: : ._ 1 'P ?? I7DI.'rrJlrs ''
and bronchial apeciaf and other available for
process was worked irritations.out by a A,chemist bottle it plainly is see Creomulsion that the name and on you'llget the the production equipment of tobacco; crop .--- -a------ a'tnl. con .LeTica"t5'Uti1'; : : I l rJ 0 'b':5:::rUJIuriaL--. ///s:/; .

d ..ft f ', for blending Creosote with other In- the genuine product and the regredientsandnowincreomulsionyou I I rotation practices, and soil and i o geutbsm, VJOT1I ______. _s ,_ 'III.... W.,:; __ f 1
lief that OW.- "' ,
I you want. (Adv) I I other physical factors affectingthe Take H B&iiBBiiii iB-r-- I vv '

'.; ill e.eeo.e.a..Soeu.aflupnaa, __._,_.... ___...!. I production of tobacco; provided time out 'V .

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ft ''''' ..
: 6. That the marketing quota
!.\ I 14t .. ;" "\' t for any farm shall not be lets than to and onEs 1f0' 2 AU FIVE oem ICO :a ALL revs

3200 pound or the averAge tobacco pause refresh This H....papar.1 Tr. I FOB ONLY This "...._..1 Y.. ( ron orn.y

______ II I production for the farm dur- }$9.1 0 }
\ oo 4 Ka9a.Ia. B Mo..Iae. $2AO
,_ t tj I ( \ ing the preceding three years plus from Group 3 ee aup, A
), the normal production of any to-
\ I I bacco from any acreage diverted OFFER NO. S CITE WO. 4
Ibis Nowipopor. 1 Yr. ALL FOUR This If.wipajxr,1 Yr. \ ALL SIX
under the conservation'
;i. ," I program which ever or adjustment is the. 2 from M09aol.Group A }I i4NYs>: 2 Ma..JIbut.< Group A I FOR OKIVr 55

I smaller. 1 from Maqcnla.Group B 3 Ma9crJ1but. B ) $2
.: GOODYEAR TIRES 7. Except for farms on which 'j !_zs- from Group

for the first time in five years to- : co' .. r.. '.,:.:" .. ,' '' f
bacco is produced, not in excess '' 4 & ; (/ 'p ', Tn,. Story I Au' TIV
of five percent of the National L :5iI..fl'y'tfol'l' ;:;:
I EXPERT REPAIR WORK-URECKER SERVICE qquota Is reserved' to give some ,',.rrrn, i Country Ham. -- J ye Fe }$2.25
quota Is reserved to give some ', fri t r'l, ;,,&:; THIS NEWSPAPER ....lyi )
I .... .
I REGISTER MOTOR CO. further Increase the allotment to : I._ _
; : _
I small farms mentioned' In item : McCaU'fl Maqasln Fe 'I '
Woman', World _ _1 ye" ron oral
FIIUXE 103 six above. Good Clot. _ _I Fe } 10
_ __
8. The total tobacco grown on Tone Journal I Y' $2
I .
farm yr
: any during the three previous .

years (whether grown in one, i : C '
I, I ;
- /.'/" I two or three years) will be divid- 4Y: : .
ed by three to determine Its quota.
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9. No farm growing tobacco rI

for the first time In five years One great bargain*very shopper knows...pure,wholesome Gsotlsmera,
., 1. shall receive a quota to exceed refreshment with a frosty bottle of ice-cold I

," ) seventy-five percent of the farm Coca-Cola.Only 5 cents..at the familar red cooler I I .neloi $......_____...for wbtch pUa. und rn< I
\ .
(. marketing quota of an old pro the magazine I have checked., tegellier. with a year''

I ', ducer for farms which are similar. I nlxcriplion to your newspaper.
etc. O Home Offer Q Story Offer I
: I" : I
10. The penalty for marketingmore
tobacco from a farm than Its am._.,_..__.__ I
quota Is fifty percent of the mar I b

ket price of such tobacco on day STARKE COCACOLABOTTLKVQ = siz.t .. Rf'.D... .... ..;.-- .

soldor three cents which ever is : COMPANY J
,, ) ,' -" '- _._,- -- higher. I Tow. and St..t". ....___ __

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FEBRUARY 2a, J931J BRADFORD rmrrvrv TKUCGRAPH., RTAitKE. FLORIDA .t"..-'.-.. .-,-. "
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HAMPTON I II -i-: lovely gifts from- those present dience "America"-- -
sang at the closeof
Miss Ad. NIBIBIO. CorrM.. m<.".. I I ; iI I All of the children were present which the Rev. C. A ('rosby offered 'I
with their mother with the
Mrs. C C. Wynn has as her II exception a word of prayer- Members i

guest this week her mother, Mrs. [ of one Those present were: of the school board, W P.
Comments On Here i Box
Mr and Mrs. E. H
Mary Thomas of Lake Butler demons and Smith and K. J. Lewis and Supt.

And HereafterPaul The Rev Mr. Newton of Green f ., 1 DONT CRY daughter, Willie Mae; G. C. Mott, A. J. Griff, all gave Interestingshort I

I Cove Springs, will preach at the I 4 of Hetlbionn; Mr and Mrs L. S. I talks after which Prof. G.
"\ Florida Soutnern College, j Deklo and daughter Vlda of Lake K: Introduced
Baptist church next Sunday, Feb. _i4' ,tur' McGauley the prin-
said that he learned to be I 27 Morning and evening. 'I eddfomm.MET0.CEyOWWYN'MAYER Lakeland, Fla. ;Butler; Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Mott, cipal speaker Dr W. A Littles, '

ontent in whatever state he might HALSEY 4 AINfS February 17 1938. M,'. and Mrs. N. C. Matt and! chil- of the University of Florida. He
The W. M U. of the :
Baptist Mr. E. L. Editor ,
Matthews I
We often overlook some given I dren. all of Brooker; Mr and Mrs. delivered a fine address The
church met at the home of the
:cord in the study of a verse of I Irlpture president Mrs M. L. Watterson I !Sir! Peter Culvert and his. "You like Timmle don't you?" Bradford County Telegraph I 0 W. Plnholster. of Tallahassee main topic of his discussion being
Starke Florida
The word Guy Ptnholster and children of grades. Everyone listened
Interesting II young grandson Roger come asked Cricket. very
last Wednesday, Feb 16. Eleven
la "learned." No In his *, My dear Mr. Matthews: Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. D. W. attentively while he
ere man I were present. An interesting meeting over from England with their "Of course, replied Roger sim- gave some

nregenerated state If he is nor- was enjoyed and delicious refreshments prize racer The Fookah for a ply. He picked up his cap to go. I I want to thank you for the editorial Jukes, of Alachua; Mr. and Mrs.B. good advice to the group of Young; ,

al, Is naturally contented. When were served at the con final try at the international Cricket looked at him then In your valuable paper of W Mott, of Hague; Mrs. J. J. People. At the close of this address "

: Eve their January 28th.It Chimes and children, of High Supt. Griff presented diplomas -
;Adam and gave up par- clusion. home-raring cup. They engage glanced quickly at Mother Ralph. I

fcdlse because they had chosen to O. L. Harrison and family have Tlmmta Donovan, a typical Both realized that Roger suspected sums up by message to me Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Tom to the following graduates:

')ave their way Instead of God's recently been the guests of Mr. boy of the city streets to ride nothing. Both knew too that they better than anything I read. I Rhinos ..Worthington; Laurice Onlta Thomas, Muril Lee Sapp

Way, they went out Into a world and Mrs M. L. Watterson.ROATDRAlN. their mount In Ii preliminary would be the last persons to raise I greatly appreciate your estimateof demons and children Mrs. Ollie Marie Dyal Agnes Rhlmes Char

':to earn their bread by the sweat I rare: Tlmmli- li told by his any suspicions in his mind. So far what I was trying to say.I Thomas, of Hellbronn; Mrs. M. F. rlssle Waters Doris Castle, Doris

,f their brows. The story of theyea.rs estranged foher that a large as the matter of the Ridgemore believe there Is great need for Wiggins. of New River; Mr. and Mann Lorena Polk, W. C Cros-

is the story of empires built urn of money in needed to was concerned they had no clear- this sort of talk today. Too manyof Mrs. Nathan Prevatt of Starke: by, M. D. Harrell, Jr. and Lewis
!Mrs. Z. Z. Grirtln, Correspondent! Roland
Thomas of Ft. Call Shaw,
and empires destroyed. Unregen- sate his life and that this. ('anbp ly formulated Ideas: they only us are liable to decide that the

erated men are not content anyWhere obtained by "throwing" the know that Timmie had not ridden opportunities for doing things and Mrs. J. R Clemons, Miss Coy --.. ---
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grlffls and Mrs.
today. The world Is filled! r"ce>. Torn between thlWpleu. the race of which he was capable. sharing In our world are gone for- demons Annie Plnholster, BOOTSEY'S BEACH
I children, of Clay were vis- Miss Lubfdla
I County
"( With discontent. When a person und his loyalty to the Culver- When Roger had closed the door Plnholster. I. B Pin- Miss Effie Crawford, Cor
I C. A. Griffis Sunday. I holster Mrs
becomes a Christian he receives ton. he gives In. The behind him, Cricket put a hand on ever.With warm personal regards to Florence Vs rnadoe,

the gift of God which Is eternal I Mrs. Mae Prevatt spent the past Pookah lotto and Sir Peter 1" I her aunt's arm and looked up you I am Mrs. Lizzie Schoffleld, Miss Mary Justine and Jack Johns of this

)Ife. This gift Is put Into an week-end in. Jacksonville with, her stricken with a fatal heart attack I earnestly at her Sincerely yours, Mott all of Brookekr. section, are spending: several

earthen vessel and this earthen uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Perk as the finish. of the race. "I've got to find him," she said. Ludd M. Spivey. Mr and Mrs John S. Travis of weeks In Plant City visiting

'vessel has a discontented "hang- Prevatt. "Who?" Ocala, were here Sunday to visit friends and relatives.

over." Christians must learn to Melven Prevatt spent the past I CHAPTER EIGHT "Timmle." He must say good- : Mr. and! Mrs. B. F. Hazen. R. N. Crawford attended church

be content. Contentment Is not week-rend In Jacksonville with his Roger was badly broken up by : bye to Roger before he leaves." i Starke Flu., The many friends of Mrs. W M dinner-guest of Mr. and Mrs. W.

tin attribute of human nature father: who Is employed there. the loss of his grandfather; but It I "But where can you look ?" I Feb. 18, 1938. Moody, of LaCrosse, will regret to R. Kersey of Gum t:>ranch.at 9

aul possibly reached the highest Mrs. hit Chase was a dinner was the lattf>r's oft-tendered ad- "I don't know. Every place. To the Editor learn of her death Saturday. Feb- Union Saturday and was the

point of Christian experienced I guest of Mrs Maggie Greene vice that courage Is only shown In Maybe he's In a poolroom or bow- I Starke Telegraph ruary 19. A large crowd from Miss Mildred Chesser and Miss

When' he said "I have learned in I Sunday. adversity which kept the lad going. ling alley." I Dear Sir: here attended the funeral at New Effie Crawford of this section attended -

______'whatever state I am therewith toe Miss Ruth Morrell spent the The unforseen expenses, however s Before Mother Ralph could restrain Through your columns I hope to Hope Cemetery Sunday afternoon. I their ninth grade class ,

> > content past week-end with Misses Louise coupled with the small budget on her she had scampered I awake the people especially the Mr. and Mrs B. F. Hazen spent party at Mr and Mrs. I. B. Cody'sIn !

e Elizabeth and Claudette Hickey of which they had made the trip In from the room ready to start out. patrons of Bradford County High Sunday In Tampa as. guests of her Lawtey, Friday night. A nice
Belmore the first place brought a realization school, as to how our school Is sister Mr. und Mrs. F. M. Sanderson. >
I time hud
"Dr. Jones am naturally a was by everyone.
that he could hardly cover the Tlmmle's face was grimy. His being controlled by politics. .
\l-discontented type boy. I have Mr. and Mrs, Gene Lee, of Bethel Mr. and Mrs. William Morgan
cost of training The Pookah and shirt was frayed. His suit was covered The voting at the school house
){never been contented anywhere..! were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs., Getson Parker who has I 1 1 and family, of Evergreen were
entering him In the race. Had with creases as though ithadn't I I'I recently was for the main purposeof
km here In the Bob Jones College. Ralph Cainey, Sunday. cup been spending a while here as the visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. N Crawford -
the horse captured the Ridgemore, been properly hung up in a seeing who the people wantedfor
70ly mind tells me that I am In I A large crowd enjoyed the ball guest of her mother has returnedto Sunday afternoon.

the best place In the world. I am game at the home of C A. Griffis further financing would very likely 'I Week. principal next year and there- her home at Cross City. Mr and Mrs. Broward Greene, t
have been offered by some local The other old men who sharedthe by advising the trustees. I ven-
fretting the right training to equipSne > Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Galney and of Luke City spent Sunday here
sportsman; but the British racer park bench with him saw the ture to any at least seventy or Misses
for life. I wouldn't leave here Anna and Mary Louise visiting Mr and Mrs. W. H.
was now considered to have been cop coming, and rising to their eighty percent of the patrons want Galney of Plant
for anything In the world. I believe City, spent Sun- Greene.
I am a Christian. Why can t DOUBLE RUNMrs. vastly over-rated. At last Roger feet, made off in opposite directions Mr. Benson for next year's principal day here with Mr. and Mrs. H. P. --- ...

W. A. Tyler Cer. decided to sell him and go home. His chin rested on his hand. as they see the fine work he Ga iney. > GRAIIAW"Mr
be contented ? That Is what a
He has seen neither Cricket nor Only when his arm was shaken has done this year. Mr. and Mrs. .. ,. .. .. ...
[,young man said to the writer after A. B, Crosby and I C. 11M" rorr* '- id
Raymond and Roland Bryantand Mother Ralph for more than a violently did he realize that a bel- The trustees have a "dictator"and children of -
a Chapel service at the Bob spent
Mrs. G C Cox and Mr. and
Leaton Morgan Jr, spent the week. It was with surprise mixed Igerent looking; officer was peering they absolutely refuse to even Sunday with her parents Mr. and
Jones I told the
College recently.
I week-end in Jacksonville. with preasure, therefore, that down at him. consider the man the people want Mrs. L. R. Mrs. Frank Hicks of Melroae
|young'Flrst, man something must have like faith.this Iffyou Freeman Hodges is recoveringafter Cricket heard a ring at the door "What are you doing?" asked I for principal next term. They have Mr. and Mrs S. M, Mott. Mr. were guests of Mr and Mrs. J. B.

you being very ill with double one afternoon and saw his slim the cop. "Taking this bench foi been told what to do and that word and Mrs P. A. Call Sunday
Crosby Mr.
I are a Christian you certainly pneumonia. I form outlined outside. your summer home ?' from their "dictator" makes things Mrs and Mr und Mrs Clarence Melton .
[ believe that God Is directing your final.I Raleigh.Waters and Miss and son Cecil, of Starke attended -
Miss Thelma Johnson of
life. He has to do it. He i Clarrlssle Waters attended the
[ promised r nte Sunday School here and
Eo hope t the good people of this Sunday
ner, S. C, is visiting Mr. and Mrs t i birthday dinner for Mrs
I said 'The steps of a good man are Effie of Mr. .
Freeman Hodges.Mr. I I town and those who are anywayconnected were guests and Mrs. Berry
ordered of the Lord.: He said If I Jackson at High Springs Sunday. Dyal.\
I with the school will be
and Mrs. Cornelius Mooreare The
Rev. G.
would ourselves to Him E. McCauley ..
we yield Miss
Cl o McKenzie of Hart
awake at the next trustee electionas
announcing the birth of a son
He would direct Now, I Hardy and Misses Juanita
our path. Haven was friends Sun-
well the next elec
as general
born Feb. 19. Mrs Moore was
McCauley and Janie
d if you are yielded to God and Believe Quarrelswere
formerly Miss Lois Judd. tion. day.Mr.
> God, then you are where God 1 This Is a democratic commun- visiting In Ocala Sunday afternoon and Mrs. C. J, Frazier were
Luuten Bryant Is recovering aft .
;wants you. Now what you needfto They were accompaniedhome shopping In Jacksonville Saturday
er a recent illness. e'' z 'ew C, Ity and state and If these men who
do. If you believe God and are I I by Barney Muttox, who .
D. Thomas is are elected by the majority can-
visiting his broth had been
'a Christian Is to : spending a while In Ocala
readjust your not represent the majority they Mr and Mrs H D. Wasdin,
er In Palatka. with his father.
L t I
mental processes. Say to your- Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis and Mra.
had better hand In their
) Mrs. Etta Garrett, of Jackson- resigna-
"I to be content here. I I (iruiluutlon RxerHtrn: ,
[self ought I I W Dyal attended the funeralof
vllle, spent several days here re- tion and quit because the people The Graduation
I am preparing myself to do the I Exercises of the Mrs. Moody at New Sun
cently with her brother, Freeman here, unless I have them Judged Brooker
| Junior High School
ark of God. A great many I were
.chrlsthm Hodges. S { wrongly, will not stand for this 1 I held In the School Auditorium day.Miss
people by readjusting Wlllard\ Rigdon Is visiting Mr : : sort of thing. I am for the right Margaret Broughton of
Thursday night Feb. IT.
their mental processes could solve The Hart Haven, was visiting her
and If for other
and Mrs Harmolan. of Citra. j no reasons we
[their problems of worry. I have j I I I need this good man and his familyin I with stage was beautifully decorated mother, Mrs A, W. Broughton.
a variety of flowers
pent my meeting emergen- Sunday.
midst It will be
our ax a great
|cles. When an emergency comes' RISING I Class Colors were green and white. I Mrs. I. J. Mickel, of Washing-
Where's asset to our town church and
II endeavor to think it over calm- Hiss| Edna Lewis. CorrespondentMr. a guy gonna I school I The Class Motto "Rowing, Not ton. Is visiting her mother Mrs

fly. If there Is no escape from the \ -- gel thai kind of money I| If has Drifting was suspended upongreen ''II F. M Griffin.
{emergency and I have to go I and Mrs. R. M. Crosby and I[ ?"atktd Timmie. I a man proven and white streamers. With I I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson of

\through with It. I always magnify family spent the week-end In Jack I, satisfactory u chance and and perhaps capable get why one take who I Mrs. Baird lit the piano the classmarched Orlando are visiting friends and

| the good features of the emer- sonville. play be the opposite? upon the stage. The au- relatives.

As I look back Misses Elno Conner Dorothy
gency. over --
I Stand for citizens -" .
Crosby and Irene Lewis were via I He held out his hand as he j 'What if I did?" up your
HOW TO (;.0 TO SLEEP iting Mrs. J. F. Shaw at the State i stepped inside, and Cricket took it "Hey no sass! You been here --One Among .
Farm Thursday. with a look of understanding I for three hours that's long enough I For
Hold wide .
eyes romeacitilckly "
open -- ---- -- Expert
If "bladder' IrrftfiiUrlly, Mr and Mrs R. M. Crosby and I "I know why you're here" she I t'or' (tiny one guy." RepairingSmith's

CwnkeH you up do 2 thlnicx. 1. AI- children Dorothy and Neal and I said. "You came to say goodbye'"How I "Why don't you let me alone?" I
JTkullie exi'pHs kidney cr'!Idv. 2. OrntSfJV -
flush OUt waste This helps relieve Miss Doris Strickland were dinner I did you know?" asked asked Timmle. resentfully getting tiles Peru Galney Correspondent

the Irrltstlnn that ,wako you guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner Roger In a puzzled way lIJ). "I ain't done nothin', haveI II
jui> causes scanty flow flequentlrfl.
".. burning or buckai'he. netjijc and family, Sunday. "It was In the papers, about ?" Big Birthday Dinner I GaragePhone

, worth of green tablet" contain- Mrs Abbie Scarborough and I your selling your horse" She Mr. and Mrs. E. H demons entertained
linn bui-hil leaves Juniper oil etc.fljiift "How do I know? rejoined the
s, Buy HnkclH, the kidney "vncaunnt Mrs. Willie Colman of Barber- turned to close the front door. "I cop. "What s your name ?" with a birthday dinner I
to ant: drtiKg-Ixt" and fret a vllle\ and Mrs. R. A. Register and suppose I won't see you after Sunday In honor of her mother
Hfr ,1 1 120
<>r> nights Hltep. 1'ally..1 I'AK- "Fish answered Timmie edging -
Kl'HNTKH'H, niU'll ST011K. Mrs. N. L. McRae of Palatka recently to to England." Mrs. Mary Mott, better known as

visited Mr. and Mrs. H. H. off. "Aunt Sis." Mrs Mott celebrated

Lewis. sometime"Couldn't?" you come to visit me "Fish eh? Where do you live?" I her elghty-thrld birthday.She Wrecker Service Day or Night

Elder N. T. King of Hampton "In the Aquarium." was surrounded throughoutthe
': "I don't know said Cricket
:SORE THROATWITH Is spending some time with H. H The cop lunged for the boy. but day by her many friends and
Lewis. wistfully." you want me Timmie was off across the wooded relatives, who wished her health ...>> =-

Mr. and Mrs, J.o'. Shaw and to? quadrangle and out of sight In a and happiness for the years to

e children of the State Farm were "I'd be very happy If you minute. come "Aunt Sis" received many THE WORLD'S
COLDS visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby would" Having rambled, as dusk fell toa I 1 NEWSwill

Sunday afternoon. "But I'd like It there and com to your home every day through
of the
totally different quarter In a very low voice. "Roger wants
1 want to stay. I might even fall In city Timmie felt In his pocket. to see you Timmle." THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

Given Fast Relief years of my life most of the love with you or something, and Out came a dingy quarter. Itvasr'f "How Is he?" asked Timmie, ii International Daily Ntwifxiprrft
then what ?" cordi, for you th. world a clcBn, oonntruntlv.
things that looked dark to me enough for a night's lodging awkwardly. do. not exploit erima or .ttn.Atton; nvtthar do.dolnM it litnor Tho Monitor them

when I had to meet them provedto "Why then we'd have to get and he was terribly hungry.He "He needs money badly." but, d..I.! corrcctlvelr with thtm. naturea. for hug men and ..H the
'.n.U.. Including the .
be the greatest blessings that married I guess" answered Roger looked across the street and "What're you talkln' about? .- ----- .--Weakly- .-- .--M.or..tne- Section.The .
Take 2 Bayer ever came Into my life. God has soberly. his eyes lighted on a sign reading: He's got plenty!" Christian Arlcnre PuhlUhlnit I Ooct'ty

Tablets with a a way of making the wrath of men "That would be terrible wouldn'tIt "Berk\ Dining Car--
to Him. Even and Mother Used Make." Please enter m. lubicrlptlon to Th Chrl.tln 8cUno Monitor far
full glass of praise sorrows ? to "He hasnt anything. Not a period or

water. W"'o.o: disappointments may be turned Into "No, I don't think so. I'm sure In better days. Berk's had been even enough to enter The Pokah no y. ,IMUO 00Welelnead Including S month M 14..'Ml u1 Sat:ud I fa yoar 311 13.1 90. Sat .1ta.!230

wheels for the chariot in whicha that when I'm twenty-one I shall, one of his favorite eating spots.It for the cup. Flea going to sell

Christian rides- want to marry someone like yon took very \little\ time to make I I him." "'mo.______________________________________________. ,

----- -- ----- Roger had a book under his i a decision. Hands thrust Into his :I Timmie shot up from his seat as address ---------.--
,; C-ulh :3 BBoyer S_ li .;:Ira'.r.i-------------------;
_____ Copy
r4.1I "* Tobf.flJn3phoss IT IS DANGEROUSIt i arm. He handed It to Cricket.She pockets Timmle crossed the road though branded with a hot Iron.

.. looked at the title "Great entered the car and appropriated "Sell him! Why he can't do
rib of wat.r-gargtu In iIsng.roaa to Sell a 8 rH 4TI-' *&&&&&S
r \ I'l"TH roe f'11 lust. li. m.k. hre" or 'Women of the Theatre," lust us i a vacant stool. at the counter. He that! What would His Honor think ?_

uiA ", twice every few ,....1' Bents .....1'". ( nBtamrra are your Mother Ralph stepped into the i dUlr't notice anyone else In the of that? And If he sell him twon.t I -- -
hour lir t HXPX-IXI I. them and you I"N"
your hii.lnr. (IMI l.. worth three room. i I I place his entire attention being' ever be able to ride him. d

nr f.mr limes s< mush Ma II Ill"*1'1- "It's a farewell present" said I'' taken up by the Irresistible odor of and maybe square myself URGliLDi

The speed with which Bayer I'l"'I'F:, Roger, rather awkwardly "I! home-made beans. I "He wouldn't do It If he had .
tablet act in relieving the distressing though you might like It." "Make It beans, and heavy on enough money," said Cricket.

symptoms of colds and OM MATTRESSES MADE "Oh, Roger!" was all Cricket, the pork," he told the counterman. "Yeah but where's a guy gorna Ir "

accompanying! sore throat is utter- NEW Regardless of condition I genuinely moved could answer. get that kind of money?" y y... i
ly amu7in R and the treatment Made to order Xtilel II your cliIUJ Is eleven year old or
New Mattresses Timmie for moment. Ip younger.
; "Roger, you're going away? Timmie started as he felt a pullet pondered a r11 i
is simple and you can his
pleasant. This is all Let us convert old mat I a 3u.- education by a rcmlnal
do. Crush and your 'queried Mother Ralph. i his arm. Say, the cops couldn't I Then he gAVe a cry. Cricket | j ;
i. :you dissolve three tress Into new type inner spring $,monthly! d post! with us, We will send check*
genuine Baver "Yes I'm replied the follow In here could ? couldn't tell whether it was one of c *
Aspirin tablets in sorry a guy they lo him
mattress. Our prices are rea- I I \\-4 .very while he I G In col!I q.,
one-third class! of water. Then sonable. Satisfaction Guaran boy "I like It here and everyoneI Quickly he looked' around to meet anger or surprise.. The counterman I and.v.amakelh.pr.mlumd.po.ibforyou

tiarple! with head this mixture well. twice. teed. met has been nice but I haven't I the eager, wistful face of Cricket came forward with a steam- ,, I17i 11 you die or become disabled before paving j
lidding back.
rhis medicinal your gargle will act Quick Service money to enter The Pookah In the "I've been waiting here for : Ing plate of beans but Timmle already -:i I Q il up yourseli.

almost like a local anesthetic on big race There's nothing else to hours, she. said simply.. had wheeled about and Send tor our tree fcoclclel on cost at -
the irritated membrane of Mattress CompanyFactory Jo but go home." "For what?" .started for the door represjntc..v
sore .,,- .,- .aliaii:! !Institution*.
ynur throat. Pain, eases promptly; : 381 Park St., "I wish I had It to lend to you," "For you. I Just had. A feeling "Where are you going cried,' 1Z j
rawness i n relieved.<< Cricket.
JACKSONVILLE FLA. said Mother Ralph. you'd comn. SiIG'

An-J You will say it ,it remarkable. We cull for and deliver; Just "It's nice of you to say that,"" "If anybody iSent you after Timmle paused momentarily to N -
the few it effects rs -
cents costs t tent
.beg saving over expensive"throat drop IM a card. he answered. He paused for just me began Timmie sullenly. take her by the arm and whisper I! s -

fiaryles"/ and strung medicines.And a minute and looked about uncer- "Nobody sent. me," Interrupted to her. Man All GULr LIFI: tr-rJifi;: : : ). I

when. you buy. see that you PEACE AND CONTENTMENTFOIl : tainly. "Timmle Isn't here?" Cricket. "I like beans. But then I "I got money for my dad when | I Jacksonville ..&. I

get genuine BAYER ASPIRIN. THE BABY Mother Ralph and Cricket exchanged thought I'd wait around." he told me he needed! It to save i TODAY /

I :Ills life" he said. "Now I'm Gena.,meni arf,
when noiir Human Imllrm an upset glances. Then the former "I ain't going back, sold Tim- goIng I
stomach hi.M".. naturally will h.. spoke. mie. to have a little talk with him /1.--1- t/U 4 f Ple .. send r: -/)'ar !r"EE : ':rmalloa:
b..llu.i-rt.Bi.. sad thy,,lceplHH feel. l .mlixrahlf they willry, To "Ttnunle hasn't been home alii I "Listen," replied Cricket "whut'd on my own account." I I '1 to_ I folder on Chili; l.i.g..C:1.: If

15t 'i>Htrtr* their sunny. illxp'iHlilnn. ..Iv.Ih..m week." I you think of a fellow who runs Cricket stared.

u{ mud of Mitee'e' mild Ingredients Itchy l KlUfr that. It will!.. "If you see him will you tell'him out on a friend when he really "Don t you want them beans ?" ) I---------. ------------ I

soothe 1h. stomach alt d 1a"HII..n. I'd (like to see him before I[ needs him?" inked the oCountermnn.But .
i a ruu. cozen 2Sc f. and tastes help t wood<. cheek and simple is l a diarrhea.It tolat PKiwnrrt go? i "I'd think he was a heel why?" Tlmml hud already raced 1 -..:.=----:- -------------- I

I Virtually 1 cit 1 ta:7! :d I II. .."lmlltttli restful>n. price slap and Sue better and 60o food a "Of course! ," responded Mother countered Timmie.' .,ut the door To Be, Continued | FREEI L -.,;;------------;;.; ------... .

I bottle. Ralph. 1jJAJ i "This Is why, went on Cricket, ( ) --.3 s. _aw __ ...

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R A. Griffis and Bon- redeemed according to law the r.jv )p.)(. 1A H, _
Aid To The Blind Grace E. Davis to .1. I. Ingraham. C. Woolen property described therein will besold :NW'of' NWI'r '/. I KX:
Telegraph 10 acres. Feb. :21 die Griff, Mamie Pearl and F. to the hlirll. t bidder at the ('' A Wi Bradford County Welfare Board this R. Carrodlne heirs of Enoch Grlf- comt house door on the first Mon- S'A: of KH The Stole Pearce C and month of April 1H3H, ,
Quit Claim Deed, day 'In I Ilia of NWM I':' ji i
Established 1877 week announced that assistance l of Grace E. Duvls to' J. I. Ingraham. fill, to D. L. Durban. 97 acres Feb. which, i Is the 4'h. day of Aprl\. 193IC. Cur H.".. II, Tp. N. v- \
month la being granted to 24. I aIrd, 1 this IClrd day, of February. containing; 25V A.i.i I
$25 a 10 acres Feb. 2i. III.1H.OI'H.'ieiAI.: 1 loss

one person with defective eyesightin E. W. and Warranty Deed, Mrs. Emma ( ., SMAI.) TinIIIXPS to h,. MOM,'
MB.'v4..BER.rl C r'rl Bradford County. The total aid Quit Claim Dei-d, Murrhee to W. T. Mnrrhee land In A .1. THOMAS by certificates. Nun i
Ruby Hayes toLlzxle Strickland Merit of Circuit Court of spec-lively nnd .
!=LORIDV PRESS ASSOCIA1ON\ v>> to the blind payroll in Florida for land In Starke Feb. 19. Bradford County. Feb. 8. Bradford ( ounly. Florida.M for the years. 19.14 rep: io "i ,.
February was $5.980 which was Lois and A. Z. 2-II-nt-3-2G.! elusive, .amounting t to, < '
\J Another Warranty Deed; O. B. and Alva Warranty Deed Said. tux, certificate i
paid to 363 persons. E. K. and Lois Ferryman all ...
Adkins to subsequent
7totd t ttaxes
4t4L'a4I most of the blind Colson to Will Hodge 20 acres > ': OKl M 01' 1'\\ I'"
month will find will he sold "t. ,
land In Starke Feb. 7. q'eii''l: piv.i'i'es: I 1.'
and near-blind In the state receiving Nov. 13.Warranty. NOTICM IS IIKUIOIJV (IIVISN: thai bidder at the CouilhHtarke "i I
assistance. It was said. In Deed Louis J. and Warranty Deed Maria K. Hull ..1.V.. Townsend hns filed with me on the 4th iln," ''I;""
Entered Second Class I Feb. I written that the tax rertlflcates 1U.I8.: at 11 :(10 o'clock, ,v \J
and 40 acres reriuest
as to J. E. .Newsom ,
Published Weekly on Fridays addition to this Bradford residents Mary E. Hopkins to Mrs. Elizabeth -. togethur! with all subsequent Dated this the lIlt' ., \..

Matter at the Post Office at Starke FloridaE. received Old Age Assistance durIng Williams, 5 acres Nov. 13. I 12. omitted or levied taxes. held A.\OI'I'II.'IAI.I4THI.1A.l I', mas.:

of, S. C. Crews to by the State he, advertised and sold
the month In the amount Warranty Deed Lawtey Lodge Warranty Deed to llm hlifhcMt bidder for cash a.Pi''vilet J. THOMAS:
Checks were' mailed to S. L. Crews 60 acres, Feb. 12. I () 8 of the Cleric of ('ir ,niBradford i ii "
___Editor and Owner 3237. Number 189 F. & A. M. to Bradford by Chapter !Ill I'oum: :,: :i\ I : 1
Matthews-------------------- of
L. in <7 the Legislature
; nets upunIhe
individuals. The grantwas '
243 average Ethel M. Biggs 11S3t.34.O'I'I'B.
Board of Public Instruction Warranty Deed
.. County I r..llowlml' described real estate
-- $13.32. land In Lawtey Nov. 13. and N. and Gertrude Sternberg to In the County of Drudford l. State of

SUBSCRIPTION RATE .-- J. W. and May Gordon landin KlorUla, lo-wlt: \ OF III (1.1: or r-
Warranty Deed R. M. and Char Ruby KWVi i>f H\V'4 or Lot 4 Sec. 82Tp t'eit'i'tpit' i 11 ,

Months. 75c Payable In Advance Assessment FixedThe Galney to Board of Public In- Bradford County Feb. 16. 6 S. I It. 21 l.. rontHlninir 53 NOTICE' IS HKIIKHV! i i \ ,
Six ley
Yearly, $1.50; Acre,. more or less. Oeneva Towns has fll.." '
Rates Application County Democratic Executive struction of Bradford County 5 Warranty Deed J. E. and Mar The. taxes to be xold are evidenced written request thaI i HiIcateH ,

Advertising on three Nov. IS. I garet Newsom to J. W. McColl bv ceitlflcate No,. 100 and Alto of together with all .
Committee met at acres I 11)3t: and 19'I3: renperl Ively, and represent omitted or levied taxe" I I
o'clock Wednesday afternoon In Warranty; Deed J. F. add Neta 40 acres, Feb. 19. unpaid taxes for the yearslft.10 State be advertlseil mill i ihighest

ENCOURAGEMENT: : FROM: THE COTTON !MILLS the court house and fixed the com Johnson to Ethel Thomas six lots I'I!, Warranty Deed Mrs. B. J. Alderman log i : to to I0.77.1H.I7.! ': both Inclusive, amount- bv Chanter bidder 18296 for of- N'h": i ,""J., ,

Encouragement to growers of Sea Island cotton after a mittee's assessment of county !, In Hampton Nov. 15. and B. J. Alderman Jr., AI..HOSHV1: i of BKV4 Sec. 0 Tp. of the, Legislature upon,. I it I ,

this weekin candidates at two percent of the Warranty Deed. Ethel and John I I and Edna W. Alderman his wife 0 / "so-so" came ....
described I.
that can only be as more or County (pf Uradfoi-il. Klin,,'
season annual salary. Other routine mat- Thomas to Ethel und John Thomas to Hiram E. Fortner 10.34 acres The taxes to be sold are evidencedby ida to-wlt:

the form of a letter received here from E. A. Shaw & Co., ters In connection with the :May 3 six lots In Hampton, Nov. 15. i Feb. 21.Warranty. I certificate Nos. 5H4 and 83 of Com. 200 ft W of NE: ,
10:111: and 11)37) respectively, and represent of NW'4 of 8E14 of Nl
Inc., of Boston. Mass., which contained the following impor- primary were attended to. Those Warranty Deed. L. R. and Mary Deed Hiram E. Fort- unpaid, taxes for the years 8 245 ft. W 10!) ft. N i

who attended the meeting were: Jane Galney to Mary Jane Gain ner and wife Leecy Fortner to 11)34 to 10.17: both 'nl.11I81amoullt- 109 ft to Beg. Sec* -', 'I I IH. 1" .
Insc tn 120 til.ALSO .
tant message: 22 F...
\v. B. Alexander] ," chairman; J. M. ey four lots In Ward City Nov. :Mrs. B. J. Alderman and B. J. Alderman : NB'i' of NR" & W1 4 ofNKU The. taxes to 1 be sold ai- d.i .

to because we thought you Alvarez Mrs.! W. E. Mlddleton I 18 /'< Jr., 10.34 acres Feb. 21. & NWV & WUj of SWVi by certificate Nos. 86(1 <,i ispecllvely : I
"We are writing you I Deed S. J and Corda Sec ft. Tp. 6 S. n. 21 1.:.. con- and represent, -
views of the Sea Island cotton Miss Ida Hagan A. L.. Sullivan Warranty Warranty Deed Hiram Fortner talnliiH 300 Acres, more or less. the years 19.1.1: to 1917. i
might be interested in our G. P. Wadsworth. C. B. Roberts. I Gunn to W. H. Edwards. Jr., The. taxes. to he sold are evidenced Hive, amounting to $;il

situation. This season we bought a large share of the Mrs. C. Fogg E. A. Sapp and 081 1-2 acres Nov. 19. ] M.and Fredriksson Wife Leecy land Fortner Feb. to 22.Floe hv 1U31 certificate and 19:1a: respectively Nns. lit and, and 853 represent of Said. subsequent tax certificates omittedtaxes t totall ,-'.

Sea Island cotton rrownMn Florida and Georgia. :lira. Mana Wiggins. I Warranty Deed Dora and G. W. unpaid taxes, for the years will be sold to tin) h c>
crop -- Alderman to Mrs. Georgia Anna Warrenty Deed F. A. Scott andR. 1980: to 1D.I7: both Inclusive amount' bidder at the Coutthoti*. .1 i ,
I -
weather during August and Inn tn (540.05 .Starke. on the 4th d..\ Mt,
Owing to unusually poor 32 F. Clarke to Clara Mae Knight
R. H. Gibbs-Russell
Mrs. Virginia A. Hagan and acres Hnld lax certificates together with 191H.: at tI ::00 o'clock! A :M
September, many farmers did not obtain good yields per Nov. 24. $. lots In Starke, Feb. 19. all subsequent omitted or I.evlvd. Datud thin the 12th taxes. will he sold to the
hh.h..thld".r .
acre and the average grade of the crop was not aa highas Mrs. Virginia A. Hagan 73. died Warranty Deed J. V. and Ethel Warranty Deed Harriet O. andC. at the Courthouse door In ruary( 1935.tOFO'ICiAL SEAL)

r early Sunday In the home of her Jones to DeWitt and Addle Williams N. Cooper to 8. R. Johns landin Mi ark,. on the 11 day of March A. J. THOMAS.: .
be expected. With AVERAGE weather, lim: at 11-00: o'clock A. M.Dated .
could normally 'lerk of Circuit i "
Mrs. H. D. near i I
daughter. May land in Hampton Nov. 24. Bradford County Feb. 21.
this the 19th day of Feb.rimrv Bradford. Count. i ior
farmers should obtain at least fifty percent better yield Starke after a long Illness. Warranty Deed L. R. and Mary 1I>38.UlFFlCIAt.. :2-\11-3t-.
.. HKAT'
i per acre and grades that should average at least two A native of Macclenny Mrs. Ha- Jane Galneyto Mrs. Florence Var- POLITICAL A. J. ThOMAS! '

had lived near Starke for fifty- nadoe, land In Ward City Nov. Clerk of Circuit Court of o'rlf'F1 s '...-; or T\\
value. .
five cents pound higher in ,
cents to a liradford County Florida. t. It'I'llrlf' 'i'l.0:
, f one years. She was a member of 27. ANNOUNCEMENTSTO 2-2S-at-3-It. NOTICE( IS 1I1 1t" H\'
, "At the beginning of the autumn of 1937: only a few the Baptist Church. Warranty Deed F. W. and Callie fl Harvey hit.. filedwitten ,
that the, '
request \
I, foreign and American mills had tested Sea Island cotton She Is survived by three daughters Buddlngton to H. A. Lawson lots TUB OP THF PEMOCTtTtr!: EIGHTH, ( ) JUDICIALCIRCUIT VOTER" >01'1('''' OF" '" %.I.. ,": OK TNOTICF3 .\ \ tiflentes. together with nilttit'tlt !
('KlIl'll"t 1es:
Dec. 3. I omitted or levied tn\> I
I and only two or three had run it in commercial quanti- Mrs. H. V. May. of Starke. In Starke I : la HICItKHV IIVIW that h.. the 8'nte be advertised, i i"i I.
: J. M. and Lula I hereby announce candidacy .
Deed. Pate
Mrs. Bessie Andrews of Leesburg Warranty my Jassett has filed with me the hla-hesl bidder 'ornrovlcled .
ties. Since then due to our constant efforts and to expenditure Mott to J. P. Mott 34 acres. Dec. fnr nomination as Slats Attorney to. written request that the lax certif by Chapter 12')6!
and Mrs. M. E. May of Cincinnati succeed n ?".lf. and promise continued icates together with all subsequent .
1.17: Acts of th> Leglelaturh
of money for propaganda work, we have in- Ohio and two brothers W. M. 7. ..earnest energetic and fAithful omitted or levied taxes held bv the following. described real ,

American of Starke and R. M. Cole- Warranty Deed, Robert L. and I.performance... of the duties uf thin state be advertised and sold to the In the County of nrndford Hi'
troduced Sea Island cotton to more than fifteen Coleman off highest hldd.r for cash as provided, Florida to-wlt:
Flora Green 'to Russell H. Green The continued support of the I bv
of Chnpter 18298 of the 1917 actsof 4 i I IWondlnwn
Mayport. I !. US.
man 39. 40. 41.
: and foreign spinners. Several of these mills have Democrats of IhlM Circuit will b"d..Vly the leKlsliiture upon the follow- '
Jr.. Land In Sect. 31. Twp. 6 So., In Sec 10 Tp -
Funeral services were held Monday appreciated.J. log, described' real 'estate In .
,r: bought Sea Island cotton in commercial quantities. Many: at 3:30: P. M. In the Hope Bap- Range 20 East and in Sect. 5, C. ADKLVSUalneHVtlle ; County. of Bradford State of Flor S3:: Po.iese.'rite containing. 60 Acteor -

Twp. 7 So. Range 20 East Dec. Florida. ida to-wlt: tn..cos to he sold! nre e\ I.ii. I.
i'' have their samples of Sea Island cloth and yarn distrib- Rev. Leslie ,
tist Church with the Com at :NIC ( "'1' of NEVi of SWt4 I pfrtlflnteli Not I'l Bli'lId2
Intermentwas 11. A I Hun70: ft for a pt of Heir. and 1915 respectively ., 'Iresent ,
uted the textile markets. the end of July Shepherd officiating.
through By we
Warranty Deed E. H. and Be- FOil "T.'rH'IJT'rOU'i"V! thence S :.tpo I ft to Highway the unpaid 1 taxes f"

shall have spent about ten thousand dollars in connection in Hope Cemetery under the atrice Smith.to Delia Sllcox landIn Subject to the Democratic Primary thence \V 9RO ft to Qt.t'. UnaThence years 1121 to 1117. both I Ian
N 892 ft to land .linettieni'
direction of Key-McCabe Funeral Election I hereby announce"iv "iintlng to $151.19
with the buying, selling and advertising of Sea Island Starke Dec. 13. candidacy for State Attorney. F: to Hea8, .S3 Acres. ALSO: n'{i of Lot 12 IP. v
Home S.>c. Itt! Tp. 8S.Il. 2J E, toii- I
Warranty Deed. J. P. and Maud Eighth Judicial Circuit compound 1-wn In Sec 10. Tp <
cotton. --..---- r>f Alachua !Maker Hradford. (Oil taming 9 A"r..M.Th" East, containing" 5 Acn. ., r
Mott to Mrs.. Alva N. Colson, 34 Christ. Levy and Union Countle taxes to he sold are evidenced or less.The .

"We would not be spending this money if we did not Decides DefinitelyV. acres Dec. 22. Your vole and support will be by; certificate Nos. 545 of I'.KKf: respectively. tirxes to be, sold flribv I
appreciated. and represent taxes for certificates' No... 1&7I", '"1
feel that the growing of Sea Island cotton would event- \ P. Smith owner of the Wurrenty Deed G. B. and Alva '1'. E. DUNCAN \the years 19'I4: to 1917 both Inclusive. 1110. and 1S33: r@.p..llv@"t \) ,. i
Starke Stave Mill and member of Colson to W. F. and Callie Gain- Gainesville Florida. amounting In 3772. the unpi'd tnxe farmers who will it Said tut certificates together with 1D21 to 1 1917. both
ually prove very profitable to give the Bradford County School board ey 120 acres, Dec. 22Varl'anty all subsequent. omitted or Levied amounting to $19 R 9.

I, intelligent care. In contrast with the autumn of 1937, stated yesterday that he has defInitely \ Deed Rhoda Lee I FOR !STiTK'S! ATTOIINHV taxes will be sold to the highest 1.l0: Lots 5' 61 60 i .
hereby announce myself as candidate blditi-r at the Cmirthnuse door In Itn-n In Sap' 11. Tp.r> "- I IE
r when there were only a few developed outlets for Sea decided to make the race Dowling to Joe L. Dowllng 70 for the office of State's Attorney Stark on the 4th day of March ., containing 30 AI' ,nor '
I'OT repres'ntatlve to the state acres Dec. 21 In the Eighth Judicial Circuit iLls.: at 11-00: o'clock A. M.pRted tevs.The .
": Island cotton, we anticipate at least a dozen mills will be Kiihjert to approval of thevoters this the 12th day of Feb- taxes. to be sold nrtbv "' .
this He Deed Noble R. White
legislature from county. Warrenty III the Democratic Primary rimrr, 1938.OFFICIAL: certificates' Nos. 121. I
J' actively interested in buying Sea Island cotton during the innounced "tentatively" last week. widow. O. W. White and wife :lrayIt: ,may he ImpoHiilhle, during ( 8KAL 231 of 1127 1914. and 1"tlvelv '
the campaign, for me to meet A. J. THOMAS.Clerk : and thtnies. '
autumn of 1938.!): The higher the grades and the better I .-..-- Ethel White, George C. White and pui-Honnlly every ,voter hut I a.- of circuit Court of for the years 19!<

I wife Ina A. White heirs of J. W. cure you that I will appreciate the rtrnd/ord County, Florida. both Inclusive, nmonntlniT! '
the ginning, the more actively will these mills buy and Free EntertainmentA White to Ay J. and Eva Mae County vote and friends.supoort of my Frndford' 2-1 -at-3-4.. A '."10: Lots 80, 83 47, 4. .

the higher the prices they will pay. In view of this Townsend Club entertain- Thomas, 80 acres Dec. 24. ZACH IT. DOUGLAS. si'it'i "I. ,f 'i4'I'FR'5! NOTICE of Inwn Lot In 82 Sec& all 11 Lot Tp.57 B*H II I Il: !'
ment will be held In the High III- 0(1.01NOTICE
I 10. containing 55 Acres i"
tremendously increased potential buying interest, it requires School auditorium. Thursday Warranty Deed R. E. and Jettye '110'1'11Notll'e IS HEREBY! GIVEN that less.The.

Hazen to Minnie T. Hazen 39 I Is hereby given. tn all whom under and In accrjidance with that te'es to he sold at.' \ '
no imagination to realize how much larger cash night March 3. A popular entertainment Dec. 24. It may concern that you are to pertain final decree of foreclosure bv certificate: Nos tat. 201 I

'1 with a good time Is as- acres present. any and all claims against and mile rendered by Hon. A. Z. of 1129.! 1934. and 1935 rut"i. '.
returns Sea Island growers will probably obtain in the Warranty Deed Minnie T. andG. the.estate. of Mrs. K. w. I). Osborneto Adktni Judge of the .CircuitCourt and represent the unpaid ,.
nfa..I-I' :
sured. Admission free. the. County Judge of Bradford a( '1 County Florida, the 192r In 1937:!
autumn of 1938 provided we have normal weather in W. Hazen to Jettye Hazen. years
? ---.. County Florida within B months In Chancery In that certain cause amounting, t% '160.fl7A
\: August and September. Lots 1-2-3-4-5 in Sect. 6, Twp. 7 from date hereof or said claims will nettling In II.'hi Court wherein The .! : Lots B, 6. 7, '
Young Democrats South R. 20 E., Dec. 24. be barred by law. Federal. Land Bank of Columbia Isplillntlff 11. t 2. 2t. 24. 26. 5:1: & ,I-'
I Annie Maria Lovednv and ..1.T.. Reddish. Et. Al. ,. '>
In 00,1 lawn In Seo. U 1'pn. ;
"During the last three weeks, there has already beena Young Democrats of Bradford Warranty Deed. I. H. and Mary Uxecutor are defendants.. Case No. 759 the .22 containing 1 Imore I- < ..

Alice Hazen to Hazen 1-2 2-25-4t-3-18.> '""..rol",1 Special' :Master by said or 'he...
i marked improvement in the mill demand for Sea Island County will gather at the court Jettye decree appointed will dell to the The taxes to be void abv > < .

cotton. Quotations have advanced three house tonight (Friday) at 7:30: acre In lot 0, Twp. 7 So., R. 20 1%, Till.! NMK OK TIIIOMlllll highest bidder for cash In front of certificate No.. 200 .n '
cents to five o'clock and elect officers for the East.: Dec. 31. I OF- I-'I.OIIIII th South front door of the Bradford 1 1M21) and I P4:' respectlveli

cents a pound. We would right now thirty cents busIness Deed. G. B. and Alva I It appearing by affidavit filed In "County Courthouse, In Starke. Flordi resent the unpnld' tax. .
pay Warranty
Other .
per new year. Important that certain cause In Circuit (Court. during tim legal hours. of sale vears I02H to 1937 both,

pound for No. 1 grade 1'i. inch Sea Island cotton." will be attended! to and plans' Colson to Mrs. Banle Mott land In Hradford .....lIIty. FloHila., In Chnnentitled. ->n Monday, March 7th A. D. 1938, amounting to $14<).I7, .
the following premises situate In '
eery, Roscoe Mav Plaintiff ALSOLot 62 In V
will be made for the club's activIty Bradford, Jan. 4. 'vs. Katie May Defendnnt. and Bradford "unty Florida" to-wlt: !Sop' In, Tp 5 S II. 22 I .

With encourage such as this, Bradford County farmers during the coming primary Warranty peed. W. R. and Sarah the relief prayed for being Divorce; 5'" of NE'4: of Sec 9. '(''''I>. 8 !SR taming 10 acres, monThe "
will M. \WooiUe C. R. Graves 60 that the 4iefendant IM. a resident of 21 E. and NVG of NWVi and tuxes to be sold ar" >
should go forward with plans and for a bigger and better election. A membership drive in State or Country unknown to the NVVof' SHU, of NWH of See >.v i-ertiricote Nos. 277 ai'"'
also be outlined acres Jan. 1K I I'lulntlff, and that ,there I Is no person 10. Twu US. It 21 E. SUMJECT 1910 and 1t)34 respectlveli

cotton season' in the fall. Warranty Deed. Henry and In the State of Florida service of HOWEVER to lease of resent the unpnld tatvears .
personal process upon whom would tuipentlue privileges for a period 1121 to 1137. both ,
o Apples To lie GivenA Maggie Tomlinson to Ben Kite 10 personally hind the said defendant: beginning !March 18. 1935 amounting, to 110 57ALHO .
acres Jan. 11. IT IS OIIDEKKD that the defendant and ending January Ir"l.a..ge andescribed : L..ts I I. 2. 11. t"I
AS JOOD; TODAY AS FIFTY-FOUR YEARS AGO distribution of apples to certified Katie May appear. to the hill of In a I of 17, 18 In Sec. 10. Tp. 'I :
Warranty Deed G. B. Colson complaint. on the 4th ,ility of April the. Federal" Land Hunk of Co- n, containing 80 acr> ,'II'
The Telegraph is again indebted to a reader, L. H. Hill relief clients will be made and Alva Colson to J. K. and Iva 19.t: > otherwise a decree pro confesso linnbln dated March 18. 1135. or lens
from the WPA commodity ware will he entered. ngalnst, her f..m'r her T. FRANK LANDRfM! The toga to be sold at- "
of Lawtey, who this week brought in one of our issues dated 9 Douglas 20 acres Jan. 10. fullure so to do: that this order be 'A. !Special Muster In Chancery. by certificate. No". 209 i .
house Friday and Saturday from Warranty Deed T. J. and Mamie published once a week for four KNIdHT & I KNIC1HTAttorneys '129 and 191 respective ,
October 11, 1884. This paper. frayed at the edges and split o'clock to 12 o'clock In the morn- consecutive weeks In the llrfldford for plaintiff. resent the unpaid 1 taxI> .
E. Griffin to M. B. lots
with age into four sections, is three years older than 'nb' Clients are asked to bring Herlong County general Telegraph, a newspaper of 2-l8-3t-3-4. vear 1n35 to 1117 both
any in Starke Jan. 13. circulation published In airountlng to $220 f>1.
cards and lire.i ford Miru M or ,,..: OF T'\ II ,
Identification con County Floi hlaWITNESS ALSOLots n. 21 21 in1wn
contained in our files. It call "The Florida Warranty Deed. Ben and Virginia '
;. Telegraph"in tainers. I my hand and official (It'I'F'It'( 'S'L'0: In Seo 17. Tp r. '
Kite to W. H. Smith 10 seal! of ssld Court this NOTICE IS HKRKIIY: jIVEN) that 11.
those February containing 30 acre :
. days was edited by Col.! Wm. W. Moore. ._
: ---. 22nd. .\. D 1D.11.: T.I. Alderman tin," filed with mwritten .. less
Everything has since acres Jan. 14.Warranty (OFFICIAL SEAL> request, thnt the tax certificates The tsxew to be sold' ntbv <
changed then
.' except human nature Gas Consumption Up Deed. Robert H. Geiger A. J. THOMAS together with all subsequent ""rtlfl""t"M.: 210 .1 i
and found the Clerk of Circuit I (",""rt omitted or levied taxes held 1931 and 1134.' and "ret l",
we on yellowed sheet an editorial on Gasoline consumption In Brad !( to W. H. Smith 10 acres Jan. Bradford County. Florida. iiv the State he advertised and sold. unnnlrt taxes f..r the y '

.' wasting time that is as good today as it was fifty-four ford County for the month of December '4. T t-'llANK' LANimit.MAttorney : to the IhlKhest bidder for cash as "'(17. both Inclusive, nm"
,- years
ago. Here it is : was 14,811 gallons more Warranty Deed, Nat and Ger- 2-35-61-11-:':; .for Plaintiff IH-oyloVd< by. Chapter 18296_ of"p"-the $85. .41."'. .. .

than November Jumping from trude Stern berg and Joe E. and '''lie. fiillnirir. ""'.rI'l' d ren', 'a", t,,, 21 &. Ei': of 'n lit ,"HIS .
f Dea Wilson to 'A J. Thomas. 30 IV 'IIIK"R nv TUB > fie t c.tnittv't of r.radford Mt.tti: i/I 'r.. B << II 22 '' .
The ,
; 83,960 to 101,771 gallons. use ",
"It 'r .'t'I: or ri.tmntti O'tIil to witlew -
is astonishing how much time people lose for !1..11'; *" BOH. ,it i. cil i I IThe
\ of kerosene showed a slight Increase acres Jan. 13. Ii appe.atiig. !" ati'vlt (I' nl 'In *,. I. P wH r' TV cr of t-iT-,, to h" sold, a"hw
want of A rises tha .,..taln. vattrr In Circuit ( :N' 5ln ... ..., '
system. girl dawdles about dressing, of from 9,282 gallons In No- Warranty Deed T. F. Jeffordsto Court I5l-- .n in r .tlf'' H JOH. 9'
flrnd ford (County Florida, In Cli.ceiy. 1 ....- n.I :::* f(. 0 --t '" i't-t t're' .A...> ..<".1! 1(13' res". ..tI..I'l
gets late for breakfast, :and then the best part of tha vember to 0.088 gallons in Decem Lei etIn Coaley 10 acres Jan. ..critltlptl Flovd, Ueirlsrei nln' ,- I .'. W 1(11( trM,: .q Nr, e..sett the unId 1 u.y.a ,
ber. '4. tiff Vs. Allte ItPKlslvr.' II"f."o1"nt. 8:1.1'1"i.: -i. n nt n C-M-iii- : 9"i t. | 1Im'I
day is done. A young fellow has finished his work, he and the ,relief prayed, for being I | 1011 or: less accounting to $1 iS 14.
--.. I Warranty Deed Eunice and W. Divorce: that the deftndnnt, I Is a The tuxes. to t t." 'old 1 '\"" ( id--u--d "aid Tit r.."tlf PI,, -
idles about with a few friends, and before he knows it, A. Alvarez to S. R. Johns 38 acres resident of n State or Countiy tin- h/: i ,'rllfka' No". B71 unit in- (, of tv'ih a't rubs c iiept m t1'' I
Church of God : k,u.o'o, In' the plaintiff I "1'o:() a I 11':1! i Ie" 1 .
and I that ect'-ely: II nd i' ,' .
( 'p5 f" C w' I be it is Jan. 18. _
past nine o'clock, and the evening is practically theiiIs "t.. 1.\'..>II In Hi* 1 St,I. of ti, M f.r nlrteirs 1929 Milder nt the Crm-. .
:. wasted. The Rev. Charles H.. Shaw pastor -I Warranty Deed H. L. and Hazel Florida service r-f personal. processupon to 1137. both Incl"live, i flt,.itin' : '., :S.nt.'.e in ,t'-e 4th., ,!tll' "
Any quantity of work can be crammed into a of the Church of God. Bays that Hall to P. and EmmaC. vi ho.n would personally bind ."' e'. 71i. A. D '1.1", it 11 iiiflated
, ; lifetime | Ulysses the said defendant IT IH OHDKUKl Ais" NW"I"r-t rr'; of N-KI. this the l.liA '
if there is only organization and application.No revival services are being held at Davis 4 acres Jan. 21. ). that the defendant Alice: Itegister $"f'. 4 Tn 7 H. 11. S2 E:., "outa',n_ I>. I 1910.OFFICIAI.. "
the Saxton Church every night and appear to the bill of lig"" 10 A--rei', moror Us
matron maid t twill Warranty Deed Annie Mack complaint ( SEAL' )
or sitting down for instance, to make continue on the 4*hI< v or API, 'II, HUN.\' ..The taxes to be Mold' ar- "\'h1"n'ed A J. TPOMAS.!
probably through: and Mack Coleman G. W. Alderman otherwise a dacree "> 'irtiflcat.-, .... .
to ronfesso -
7 a knitted could pro will 80S an.1 1171 f ('ierk of "**.--iiH '
counterpane do the work at one sitting; next week. The meeMngs are be. 1 1-2 acres .Jan. 22. I Im entered. attainst her for her 1910: and 1913 lespt-tlvely. and iep.resent Br ,itffrd ('ou-,
but a of conducted El- tire to appear thnt this ordur the taxes f.r the years 1 1029 2,18-'
quarter an hour's work every day would .accomplish ing by Evangelist Warranty Deed. J. V. and Alice published onri' a week for, four, rail-I 1.t 19:17: '""11 lnclu'llve' amounting" _._-t-3-4 -

the whole task in a few weeks. herta Wiggins. of South Florida. Edwards to J. V. Edwards Jr., County s".,ciitlv weeks In. the ) '..... to '21t97. 'C...y.e.1pIt<< ... .....' S
-- -,| __ _i_ Telegraph a newspaper of ALHOsi: {$ of SW,, of 8WU
,80 acres Jan. 24. general circulation published' 1 See 21 Tp. 7 S It. 22 f"-If ee'Ir'rr ',
In 13: .
"The minutes, too, have an odd trick of slipping INSTRUMENTS: FILE)) llrnrlford County, Florida., 20 Acres, con.tlnlrg V ,iTICK I I'I, "MirMrs -"-.- I n \'
Warranty Deed. C. N. and Harriet more or less, C. E: ha. f I '
WIT.VKSH my hand and The to..... to be Harper
official sold' ,
away 1 HO swiftly that if they are not caught, and appliedto Cooper to S. R. Johns 20 cciii ('"urt thIs FebruaryIOKFICI.M. '.-i-iiricat.s, Nos. 1467 are of evidenced 1913 wrl'ten request .that th.
Continue From l n"1' re- I ie'e.' '
Pige One) 311-d, together" with all
spectively, and
a .
good purpose they are wasted in acres, Feb. 21. represent the '' '
a manner that PR.VI.) for the years 1132 to In" on tted or levied taxes hst '
leaves ten Tax Deed to O. W. Hall. 60 Warranty Deed J. Vernon and A. J THoAMH.! elusive, amounting to 1117.Ua.R9. periodically blank. The
years a husbands .
young :acres, Feb. 7. I Ethel: Jones to Edith May Sween Clerlt of Circuit Court A I.NO' I..t I & 'V 311 ft of I.ot highest bidder for rash 0'i ibv )

who come home in the evening and grow sulky be- Tax Deed. to G. W Hall, 40 ey. 40 acres Jan. 2G.Warranty T. FRANK Bradford UAN-rini'M County. Florida. 8- nf Mmpton., FHk 21 5 Iilnntonn..,.. :r0 .A,,1011 linn o' the Chapter Legislature 1 216, of upon tin tl '
TP 7 1 H.
cause their wives are untidy, and the fireplace dirty with acres. Feb. 7 Deed J. V. and Ethel Aitornev for Plaintiff 23 E. log described real estnl' l
22iBtZ5. Thedie. County of Bradford tOni
the day's ashes, and who are told by their that Fee Simple Deed P. A. Brlnson Jones to Marion Gnann land In --' -: .../.. ....r'I.t.' ; 10.... he--:,,"cold n5':are; "n,1*vw<'''''<111I 'da. to-wit:
spouses .; ; V'.lI or
and M. and Hampton Jan., 26. OTI"' o'Fibit T' I lit'O and 1111: respectively. ft'4, A 'In HEl, of RKI: '
there has been so much to do' that time for tidying F. Florence Brown 'I' tIMI", I resent the taxes for pad rep fr E of I SW Cor of snl'iSE'i ,
up to L. C. Clemens 35 acres Feb. 9. Warranty Deed D. O. Kelly and C.....*). HIM %... UI: bolh 'Inclu"lv.the years 1929 &: run N 680 ft B:

could not be found may make sure that system is lack- Deed. N. I/ D. E., H. V., M. E. Mary Kelly'to Hester L. Thomas T N'OTlca. : 13 IIEKKf.y! lit, "I'S. That ,: 9 7 8 iJ'O: amounting liSt ft. W 346 ft to Beg",
J \ ,
I h\'rl1''II. Tp 7 S R 22 ron'
1-.M- E.
fT' f
ing somewhere. The heaviest day's work can he got Knight to J. C. Dixon, W. E. lots In Stsrhe, Jan. 28. tlflcat.. No 581. Issued lie ith",f'A"day .:I)' 'r" 7-S n': l2l''l\ >,I.n'-.rnttVlrlntc: Acres, more or leThe .... "

Warranty Deed Ida D. Maxwell of Hep-fpib-r. .\. I) I i 2'1 tuxes to be sold ar'
through either Thornton and W. J. Smith land 2. has filed Acres more or Ie....
by the fireside on the wif 's part, or out Feb. 15.Deed. to %V. H. Maxwell, 103 acres Jan. ame In my ,..ffte and baa mad apPlt'atinn The t:ixes. to I I.. suld. are evidenced by' certificates' Nov. 4K : .

of doors on the husbands side, if time is only taken by the 31. thereon.for a Hald tax deed to be I IMsued by certificates N..... 473 of ISiS, F. 1111 and unpaid I tillS r.sp.'ctIveI'recent taxes foi! .
J. C. and Vera Robinsonto .. certificate embrace jpectlvely. and represent the ",
the ''' 1910 to
following :
1117. both IncluslvIng
forelock, everything begun early and everything Verna J. Warranty Deed Mrs. Truba In the described property the years 1914. 1936 and : to $217.26. '
systematically Demorest land In County of Bradford 'inclusive' .. amr.untin. ,
: carried out" Starke. Feb. 15. Hodges and S. L. Hodges to W. *'t Mouth<,te of Florida to-wlt: A1.M(): ))01." of SWV.to A$31 Wl.18.(. nf 'M// Said tax certificates. loir., ,

H. Smith 1-3 Interest In land In Half of South west Quar- 11'1'' ,. Es. B'4( or loB"' nf Inv" of all MtiUseqiient omitted ,5htdd.r .,
Warranty Deed S. J. Hall and ter of..Southwest. Quarter, In H.c- $.h'1'4 t4e. :It. Tp 7 S. n.. taxes will he sold to th
Sumpton Feb. lion e2
Of City, 1. .
at the CourthouStarke -
course no young man of today would consider the Marguerite\ Hall and M. 3. and Warranty Deed. T. J. and Clara ,. '. ;: ". -I' .. ;ow... i", i.e :. !<- *. C... on the 4th dnv. '
evening "practically over" :Mary! Roeis to W. I o.t r "" ''r"c! : 'rwt ,,.. !'t'tC. t t II-no: o'clock A. U,
at nine o'clock but, outside of a H. Edwards, Alderman to W.;: S. Sibley 102 1-2 r. ....,. 0" I. "" :" II re". I 1" '" \" .. I" tieviti 't, ,.d Dated thlft thd 12th fl"I .
few Ji.. land In Brndfbrd and .,. .... .. "r C 'r''fe't.: It :If. "S I a.d ,
I t" .
dated expressions such as this, Co!. Moore's editorial 1 Clay acres, Feb. 4. .. 'I. '''1 ,I't B''d p-rp. 8 '' "''A.11'1: rt""M cf I I. 11.1SOFFICIAL.
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counties Feb. 19. I n "I'.d 'r I the snld. I C. rtiricate Is- 'sr i' "ly. ard rep. ( r.AL': )
b" read with profit by thousands of people I Warranty Deed, Mamie E. Grlff "u..1 (va.. In the name of J. A. Kill.. 1.17. taxie for the years 1930' A. J. TMOM13.Clri : .
today. "
lntlu. ..
Quit Claim Deed Pearce C. and br"w. S ? "r i'. uutln, oil
i) U. A. A. rLftla. Jessie and W. n" ClII | ; k of Cln 41
LnliM Dulil cePtifi. .Ue stall La ALSO Bradford Cuunty
: : NEV4\ Ei! of NC4! of J-U-3t-J-t .

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