Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 4, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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System ID: UF00027795:02635
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:'viu Present Name For : Bradford Growers UrgedTo Project Promised liy Department Will Express

4 Action OF School : Attend At Lake For This Themselves On ", I

,:. Board Monday : City or Ocala Year If Possible March 12 ",

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Gov. Fred P. has unnounced Good for Stutke well as I
\he trustees of Bradford County Coje news as The tobllccefe endum which

High School met Tuesday two Sea Island cotton: meetings, Gainesville was contained In the Is required under the new farm I

[flight: and recommended C. J. Bow. the first to be held at 2:30: p. m, announcement! that a paving project control bill will be held in Brad I

.j$3z' to be principal of the school I I Friday March 11, In Ocalu end calling for re-surfacing Road ford County on March 12, County I. I

vnext year The recommenda-: : the second at 2 pm., Saturday 13 from the end of the present Agent T K. McClane Jr said today -

tlonwUl; be presented to the SchoolBord I' March 12, In Lake city Bradford concrete to the Bradford County' ____ Two voting places will be .I
at Its meeting here next County growers! are urged to attend line has been placed on the ap- n set for the convenience! of the tobacco -

I one or the other meetings, proved list by the State Road De- : General John J, Pershing, Com- : growers Brooker and .: I
.oaday.Bowman I whichever Is moat convenient puitment! mandor-in-Chlef of the American'' Starke \
: has been principal .
ot'J the Perry school for several Purpose of the meetings Is to According to a press dispatch Expeditionary Forces In the World jI j The County Conservation Committee '

Jttt; I review Sea Island Cotton market- Monday, the project was approvedby I I., War. is rallying after physicians appointed the following referenda ,

..After: a lengthy session at which ing and to emphasize: the need! of the road board In Tallahassee had almost given up hope that he committees to serve as J

Several applications for the posl- cooperation and the necessity of and will be constructed during the could tecover from an Illness that election managers at the following 'J
. present! year If funds urt available struck almost a month ago. He Is \
. Itlontwere discussed Trustees Lo- I scientific farming on the part of I places! : S

rano: Green and C. J. Powell voted 1 : 4 .t those engaged In( the select long- I I I seventy-seven years old. Brooker: H P. Galney, chaIr-

I..fr\or'\the; (\ recommendation of Mr staple Industry, Cov Cone stated, The project caTls for construc"i man: A. L. Crosby, Wallie Crews. '

Bowman. O W. White, third member -" : adding that mll\\ owners are much tlon of the new road ,! Staike: H. D. May, chairman

9f the board, voted for the interested in promoting usage of through Waldo and will not elimInate -! MILK STATUTE James Rosier, Floyd CrosbyEvery ,

recommendation of J. H. Benson the product but Florida farmers that town from the highway. resident of Bradford coun- :

: |present principal. must asaure. them of an adequate It was stated that there are two'I ty who was engaged in the production -

I __ .+--- -- supply before any intensive effort streets over which the road could' PRESENTED of Flue-Cured tobacco Is "

will be put forth by them. I go, both acceptable! to the peopleof ; urged to cast his vote either at

ONETHIRDGET The emphasized the. Waldo, but that the exact location I Brooker or at the Court House at

governor has not been determined yet. I TO COUNCILi Sttuke on Saturday, March 12, between -
[ AGE PAY fact that any and all persons Interested i,i
in Sea Island Cotton are Other principal expenditures the hours of 9:00: A M., and

[,BRADFORD COUNTY HAS j jWhen cordially invited and urged. to at- provided for In the proposed new I I I -- 7.00: P. M There will be absolutely -
budget include $3,090,760 for maintaining -
243 ON ASSISTANCE tend both, or either one, of the i lie Studied Before no voting by mall proxy,
roaJa and convicts $875-, !
ROLL I sessions. There will be no regIstration ; or agent. Every Individual who i
I --- ,, fee nor other expense 000 for the reserve! fund required'I Definite Action Is I votes must be at the polls In per,7

Almost one-third of Florida res- I'i I B. H. S. girls get the urge to go climbing tbey certainly connected with the gatherings. by law; $1,171,149 for paving I I son.

[''fdents sixty-five years of age or I'I I know how to pick their trees. Either subject, this beautiful plum Speakers have been kept to a projects now under construction: Taken I If two-thirds of more of the
more Old Age As- $780,200 for grading work now In
[ are I tree in full bloom, or these pretty young ladles would make a good minimum, William L. Wilson, committee flue-cured tobacco growers voting
laliitance, according to figures ; progress; $248000 for matching a I A ptopused milk ordinance was
I i In the several statej favor .
picture, but when a lucky photographer gets them both together- secretary, has announced, mar ,
[made public from, the offices here Duval County fund for a new I presented to the City Council at
::i well, you see the result. In the scene above It's easy enough to recognize saying they Include Gov. Cone, kftlng quotas for tobacco, the 't
The the St. Johns Riverat
[()!.the State Welfare Board. budge over Its meeting Tuesday night by City I marketing established
'I Miriam Guy, who seems to be more successful than the others Nathan Mayo, R. J. Dill, Dr. WIl- pur-
[figures, as released by C. c: Cod- Jacksonville: $3,299,301 for federal Attorney M F. Drown. The coun- suant to the provisions of said Act
at herself out a limb. High in the right hand corner mon Newell, W. K Shaw, Jr.. Boston aid in
Irington, state welfare commission- I getting !on up cotton-bioker Jene projects now progress cil has not yet voted on It, and will become effective. If more J
ler, show that the population of the I Frances Peek head barely peeks out from among the blossoms while Schenck or authorized, and $1,805,170 the measure will be on file at the than one-third of the fluecuredtobllcco ,

f tate according to the 1933: census I a little lower down, if your eyes are good, you might pick out Dot president of Shelby of the, 'N Lily. C.,Mills and C.Company A- which will be due contractors for i City Hall where It may be seen by I I farmers voting in the referendum -

[was' 1,606.842 and that 87,459 persona ,I Bishop, Harriet Benson, and Edna Pearce. Rudisill of the Carlton Yarn Mills, work now nearing completion. Interested! poisons before any def- oppose the marketing ,

had attained the age of six- .------ :> Inlte action Is taken! quotas, the quotas will not become
Cherryvllle. N. C. )
:t.tlve.. *Of these 26,63911' 3040 I I The Items includ.
following are effective In 1938. _,?
|percent of the population aboveL&tyIive COLD SNAP Governor ConeIschairman of a I' ed among the provisions: ...- -- 'S
BOOKS TO OPEN / committee appointed at a meeting "GO AHEAD"SIGNAL
". years of age--were receiving I '
HALTS BERRIESWARM held In Gainesville nearly two Every dairy farm or dairy producing ALUMNI
Old Age milk to he sold In the
yenrs ago to encourage the revivalof Cityof
for Bradford county : I
Statistics MONDAY WEATHER WILL the Sea Island cotton industryin Starke shall secure from the WILL 'SHINE'GRADUATES

[were: Population 8,841; sixtyfiveand BRING FRUIT IN Florida, mnde possible by the ; City Health Officer a permit.

[ over 478, receiving Old Age NEXT WEEK research work which had been car- : Any milk distributor or any OF B. H S.
assistance 243; percentage of pop- IN DISTRICTS ON NEW\ SCHOOL i TO STAGE FOLLIES
Iwtatlon, sixty-five and over re- Frost last Saturday morning did i led on by the Works Progress Ad- i I person conducting a dairy, or oth NEXT WEEK

f.:calving Aid Age Assistance 1 50> .84. I little damage to strawberries! here ministration In Madison. lor place in which milk Is produc-
More than 3000 bales of this ed or handled for sale, shall report -
So- Plans for a grand mixture of
According to the National although some bloom was killed In I
I Officials cotton was produced lust year and at once to the City Health Officer entertainment, to be held In
Griffis Is Authorized con-
.:cat Security Board there were Expect TU'elltyI low places. The cold snap, how-
while the quantity WitS not sufficient I- any illness of any kind whatsoever I nection with the B. H S. Homecoming
|lS82,144 recipients of Old Age As- ever, has delayed for another
*Btance In forty-seven states the I Percent Increase week the large movement that to make any deep Impressionupon To Get liids On I in his family or among his here March 11, were announced -

| sufficient to demonstrate the value
i Ing physician In
iawai! comprising twenty percent here about Friday or Saturday.As attend'I' charge.
of the staple. Mills which made a i | All milk shall be The first "Alumni Follies will
; the estimated agedixtyfive weather sets in
population soon warm ,
I i of Registration N. as A. J. Griffis, superintendent of
trial of this have become '
crop enthusiastic the consumer In standard be held In the school house audi-
/ and over In December. D. WainwrIght announced yester- growers will start picking in large public instruction, said yesterday glass
I over Its possibilities bottles! or In single service container toitum Friday night, March 11, at
from seven
lStte ranged around the
percentage 'a.y/that-"reglalration books will be quantities probably since the start of hostilities between that he had been authorized to receive '
in New Hampshire to six- middle of next week. approved by the Chief Dairy 8 o'clock and alumni of each graduating -
percent I opened Monday with the following bids for materials to start
I Japan and China a feeling Inspector Caps for bottles shall class of B. H S.ns far
cent in Oklahoma. The size
ty per district registration p/fleers! : Cold weather has also slowedup has been brought-about that there construction of tin elementary
i be puichased In sterilized contain- { buck as pORl\lble-wlll have a short
|ofjth average payment per re- I Lawtey)7 of fruit In the school here.
No. One ( G. W. Roberts the ripening may be a sortage of silk. building :
'etpient: from $4.1 52> In Mis- era, and all milk and cream shall time on the program, which they
ranged at store. Plant City area, but a million anda The consumers and merchants WPA officials from Jackson-
to $39.61 in Colorado. In I be labeled In accordance with may fill In any manner they see
iBtaaipp Florida it was $15>.1 56> No. Two (North Starke), R. J. half pints rolled out of there last dealing in silk articles have be- ville were here Monday and completed ; the grades established in the ordinance fit
[ 'Davis, at store week. Prices improved during the come more and more interested in arrangements for stalling
The of the alumni
of |I proofed: entertainment
Payments to recipients public I last of the week and hit a top of substitution the work. construction |
No. Three (South Starke), Mrs the of lisle Sea Preliminary will be used for Dome
states shall be
atstance In cooperating Every cow registeredwith
*" I J, W. Morgan, at store. eleven to eleven and a half centsa Island cotton Is reported the best of foundations for the buildIng -
worthy causa--for scholarships a
[under ,the Social Security Act the City Health Department|
'I No Four (Graham), C. B. Rob- pint. possible material from which to Is expected to get under way gymnasium, additions to the library -
['amounted to $388,000,000 In 1937 i and shall be tuberculin and Bang'sdisease
erts, at store. Shipments through last week make lisle thread and Interested within the next few days. I possibly to start a football
[Including approximately $131,00- tested annually or as often
f-000 in federal funds. I No. Five (Hampton), G. P. brought the seasons shipments to spinners! are particularly anxiousto The project provides for the expenditure as Is deemed necessary I II team, or, best of all, a cafeteria,

A Wadsworth, Jr, at city hall. 12,139,048 pints for which growers obtlin a much larger quantity of $28,343 Including I which Is at present the greatestneed
---fcjaaPRODUCTION- I No. Six (Theressa), Mrs. J. P. have received an estimated gross of this staple this coming year. $21,110 allotted by the WPA and a 1 A penalty of not more than $000( of our school. However, the

[ UP Dlckerson, at postoff ice. letuin of approximately $1,175- Those who have been InterestedIn I contribution of $7,435: by the or Imprisonment for not raoreMtmn, primary purpose of the entertainment -

AT PLANT No. Seven (New River), M L. 709 89 A year ago the movement the revival of the Sea Island school authorities i, sixty days for each offense Is provided U NOT to make money but
; had totaled cotton Industry. and who have been for In the ordinance
Johns. at store. through the same period ,
An average of 105: men will be _. .. .+. to serve as a pleasant "gettogether" -
,,"WCLVE PERCENT INCREASE No. Eight (Brooker;, G. B. Col- 14,218,225: pints of berries withtn watching developments) believe this I employed on the undertakingwhich - -- for alumni, Instructors, and

IN ELECTRICITYHERE son, at store. estimated return to growers of Is one crop which cannot be overproduced It Is estimated will require I Grocery to More Irlends of the school An annual

The beoks will remain In the clisI approximately $$2,352,572: : evidently the United about five months for completion i I The building formerly occupied homecoming will do a great deal

I triers until April 4, when they will --------.- -- States Department of Agriculture I, The building will be of brick i by Brown's Pharmacy ut the : to develop school spirit.

Ferry S. Johns plant engineer be moved to Mr. Wainwright's office TABERNACLEERECTED agrees since long staple cotton l Is and frame construction and In addition southwest corner of Call and Walnut --- --+-- --
[of-the. City Light & Water Plant ot Included under the control restrictions Streets It beln Into con-
here. They will remain open to class rooms other facilities j put
Ifaere, announced yesterday that in the court house through April In the Agricultural( Acl are Included in the project. I dltlon, and when finished will be CLOSED SEASONON

flectrlcal production at the present 3(). passed by Congress last week. --- ---+-- occupied by the Suwannee Store, BASSNEW
[ time Is up twelve percent over No Poll Taxes. - + which will move from Its present
bat it was at this time last year. CAMPAIGNINGEDITOR FISH BARBECUE locution next! to Carpenter's Drug LAW IN EFFECT
County are predicting a ONLYA
iPurlng the month of February twenty-five percent Increase In I NEXT WEEK Store The grocery expects to FOR FIRST TIME

just closed the plant generated registration this year because of tabernacle has been! erectedby I make the move the last of this THIS YEARFlorida's

133,880 Kilowatt Hours of electrici- the fact that It will not be necessary J T. Quigley on the lot at the WILL BE SPONSORED BV I I week or the first of next.
T. C MERCHANT HERB IN world-famous black
Out of this total 4,570> K. W. .
ti' northeast corner of Madison and YOUNG DEMOCRATICCLUB -- ---
to tax In order to
a poll
pay INTEREST OF SENATE bass have the first rest-
n:'a were used for street lights I will soon
vote. Cherry Streets. It will be usedntliely Rotarians Hear Simms
qU1d furnished without charge to for RACE I II Ing spell in history In those watersof

the, city, while 29.310 K. W. H.'s Mr Wainwright pointed out, religious purposes- Plans for a fish baibecue, to beheld I Wednesday at noon the Rotary evangelists, Bible students, etc.,
T. C. Merchant, Madison week-
[were sold to domestic and commer- however, that a person must regIs- Wednesday night, March 9, I Club again enjoyed an address by ,I recognized as salty Incidentally; ,
Mr said, and has a.seat-
"1 customers ter in order to vote. I Quigley ly newspaper publisher and candidate on the shores of Brooklyn Lake, the Rev John Simms, who l la conducting j I many fishermen in Bradford and
Ing capacity of 400. the U S. Senate
for seat now
Jin February of last year the Contests for United States senator t were made by the Young Demo- I a revival at the Baptist other counties will also have a
I The held Claude Pepper, was In '
I Jjtiant generated 30.799 I<:. W. H.'s. congressmen, the Supreme building was purchased by ctatlc Club of Bradford Countyat Church. He discussed the rest

I;*.lIUur 26.049 and furnishing 4,750> Jourt, and railroad commissioner,, from a Baptist minister In Green Stsrke Friday afternoon a meeting held in the court ence between "white lies" differ-I' By an Act of the 1937 Legislature -
Cove Springs and was moved here.It He advances as the main plank that told for the of bass fishIng .
Al- are closed
t r street lIghta.ComplLrlson coupled with removal of poll tax house here last Friday night. purpose a season on
I of the number of K. payments, may bring about Florida -I was originally constructed in of his platform a proposition thata though not in the nature of a politIcal -I harming someone There are In fresh water was set for
\ New York state. Mr. Quigley is popular vote should be held be- official and times when It in. better not to tell March 15 20, the fish breedIng -
iW. H. sold In February, 1937 with s heaviest voting in the May rally, all county I, May
the number sold list month shows primaries this year. I adding a floor, which was not'lncludet.l ore this nation undertakes any all candidates will be Invited, It everything you know, even though period.

la' ,'net gain of 3,261 1<:.. W H.'s, or It will be the first time in In the original structure. foreign wai was said | it Is the truth, Mr Simms salil This year will be the first observance -
native FloridIan
I Mr. Merchant is -
The lot on which the tabernacleIs a The club li continuing the practice of the season.
[approximately twelve Jr.,
( a percent many years that all voters were been born In Gainesville N. D. Walnwrlght was
erected was leased from A. W. having of inviting two boys from thesenior The closed season, law was aconservation
.pln for the period .lot required to show poll tax receipts elected president of the organization '
1 50> He Is a graduate -
'I, Anderson. years ago. of- I> claas at B. H. S. for every act on the part ofFlorida's
--- -- -- of to vote. for the new Other
$1 annually year
of the old East Florida Semi-
I + I Ilurcheon. In this and followed
--- -- ----- way many new legislators
The 1937 legislature repealed this Davidson In Icers elected were: Dr. J. W.
\.ft.Jrs.l.Jizzilley ConwayFuneral nary and College ;
vice .1. i profitable acquaintances are madei two years behind the passage of a
3rownl, first president;
ll'eqiJlrement. Sent Reformatory North Carolina After a brief Career -
( services for ifrs. Lla- i on both sides law! making It Illegal to sell black
State: officials and political observers -I. school teacher he enteredthe <3, Go win., second vice: president; ,
tdney Conway, 87, who died Thurs- r Two negro boys, Apron Brown, as a I ____ -+ bass
i3. L Matthews, secretary-treas
here estimated the May and Bernice Brown, were committed weekly newspaper field In .
day at her home In Russell were! i Collector I -- -
K. McClane, Jr., Deputy
T. sergeant-
[held at the Beulah Baptist primary, despite this being an to the Industrial School at Madison.lIe .
Edwards AnnouncesV
[Church with the Rev. G. A. Pre- "ofi-year' election, may bring out Marianna last week by County sjrveJ, as delegate to the National it-arms'' :, A deputy collector of Internal

Ivatt officiating. She is survived I as many as 400,000) ) votes. There Judge E. K.: Perrymon They bad Democratic convention In It Is planned to send delegatesfrom I i revenue will be In Starke FrIday, \ M. Edwards announced this

number of relatives in were 328,749 votes In the first I been "jumping on" and injuring 1916 at St. Louis and has represented this club to attend the state March 4, to assist taxpayers In week that he would be a candidatefor
b7 a large
[eluding a sister, Mrs Frances Here I primary on June 2, 1936, when other boys In their neighborhood I. his county three times In meeting at Orlabdo March: 18 I'I the preparation of their income courty corrjalssloner from District

[. >., of Starke. (Continued on Page 8) I. It was said. tho! FloiUu legislature. and 19. tax returns for the year 1937. Two ...


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New School Uus following described reutl I ,' I", 'Kcin' the taxes f.n' the i-.ar.. 1920 I oiiH.-cutlve' weki. '"" I he Hradfordcounty I. H.. 16, Tp 8. n. 2 K.. rontalnlng and represent the ta..e. fnlcHH Huld i-i.,'t Inl"
(' ItIU" .r li.tfril.| Stilt.' .r 'n I i'i::', both I In.II.I". .', a"ntn/, .1, ,newspaper of 10 acres, or less. f.r .the years 1833 to 1I'I7.: both InnliiKlvii dreined. Hiicordlng I.(, i ,
Th. largest school bug ever to ..' .to-wll 4, 'Mlll'll.1 .. nrenernl T.I.&r.ph.'Ir'ulllol. pUbl.h"d in I The taxi's t. be aoh are evidenced un"lnlhl/, 91007.ALSO I ) iirty deHcrlbed i

be put In service hen1 has been 1'7 HIO'', of SWVi S of lload, I 111 ALSO NKl* & I K'j' of NE' ofNW'i Ilrid ftrd .",' l.y certificate N, and 6J6 of Wt of 1'4' of NKU & the highest t'1, I f
20, Tnwnshlp ( Sinilll' I ICX 6 A In :SW ., WITNI'JfH my hand, and official 1927 and 1933 respectively' and reprenent W'.j of NIBVi i & NW' NW of house door on I blhl.fh '
purchased by (the School Board 'itl't I .' 22 East, contalnlnir 12 NW/, of NW'4' Kx 5 A 111 SI"?. ..I .r .11 C1nl* : 'ibis February22nd. the unpaid taxes for the NW'4' of SWU H. ) Tp..T B. I the In.'h. of April i 'J

an npproxlmr.ie coot: of 2500. It'l ,.:. ,more, or loss. .'.r l'w' of "W' of NWt &>(. A. I years 1928 to 1937, both Inclusive, I. aJ n. contulnhlK 21148 Afros, the 4th day of April, I.p< 1.
all-steel and carrie I I taxes" to I be snld are evidenced ttU' .r '! of NWI' A NI ISt.i' ofSISVi IC'KFICIAL SWALI! amounting to 960 50. or less. Killed this Cth dmOFFICIAL I,.
has nn body I t l by certificate. No. D70 of 133: :I re- 1| of NW'i\ i A 1 In SW A. J. '1'10:11.. ALSO: Lot 68 S14' nf Lot a9 "'h. t::1 SliM to be Hold It rt' evidencedliy 1143$. ,
",'v..nt'hllth'l'n; comfortably. tl t L ., t ft nil represent uniisld Cor, Se,'. I II.I Tp. ". S. It. 22 H.. Clerk I 1'lr.11 I C'ourtBradford In Wondlawn In/H.... 17 Tp. 5 S.II. cerllflcatB Nod. ,70 of I 193 I'- ( SISAL)

covers the "route from Brooher and I ,,,I''I.ly.. the y.-.,. '1932 to 11137, |'I c.intalnlng, 2i8( Acres, more or ","llY. FlorId 22 K. ,".nlalnl"1 I r acres. '1""I''y., !I nnd represent I I the "Iii A. .1. THO.MA
_______ I $18.t4. .. 'r FRANK I.AN'IMtL'M the 1H.13 to lOll '
0t It Incliislve. Amountl' 0 i iALSO I.. or I. .s. T. years Clark of (
Graham Two nmaller slet'l buses, Lola 1 Hlk 17 ;,'1 'h.' '11"XCB tn I.e sold are u-'I..d' .\lol'n.' for I'liilntlff./ The n.r.taxes to..be sold are' evidenced i l>.ilh I I liii'liiHlve i .lt..1111. I li> "H6.0t.1"ld I 'I l-lrndford (.I.,,. ,i II

have also been bought this year LIvlngHlon Trilby c.'ONihti- liy ccrilflcatcn, N.. 612 of max r.'- 2-2R-RI-3-25. __ h, certificate Nos. ;107 and, 6.14 of tax .'.c.tf.'I": ,.th.r with' i-ii-nt-a-n.
.h.n It. *tt.rkiIii W'4 of NE<4In I Mp.'d Ively. Slid represent' (tie taxes l 192$ and lllil: : respectively, and ,represent all I I ...M..nt" i I t ed or Levied
On.- -eats fifty children, and tin- f"... 21* Township 6. f.ml fur, I Ihe ycni-M; 11134!: to 1937' both InrluHlve. "O'rIC t the unpnld taxes for t ,. laxi'H sold to I Ihe. highestiiidder

other one sents forty. l'4tlg.. 22 Kant.The : I nilioiliitIng I tn' V I Sd.65. Notice Is :hel, l>' : to u.IR whom years 1927 to 1937 both Inclunlve, at"I I the ConrthoiiHc, door In '0..1'1 nv 5l'l'l.l* "

.taxes to be sold nre evidenced, "uhlllx I certificates' 'I toKethcr with It mny COHCOI'II: 'rr' topi'u.seltt lo 963 II?. 11"'k., on the 4th.. day of March r\\ til'l.i: ''I
-- -- --- l.y ....i, .lf'AI. N.. I 111 of 19.13. and all .. ..." "t omitted I or Levied I any 514.9" ,. against am"unll'. : 1,1'1.3: In "'o.dl."n In 1 I Il31..t II' n'clock A. M ( U'.nnt.Illll >?. tii",

About P<> per cent of !the world's "'"''''", I I,. I.fl" "x.. for I Ihe :taxes will' be sold to I Hie highest the estate. of Ilr1.l I H. Osborneto Sc,.!. 17. Tp. ft S. It. 2 W., cnn- Unl. thl. the 12th.. day of February .:N. II i IlSItiSfl'i''P. .
.earn; I 1932 to 1 q 37, butt Inclusive/ bidder at the Courthouse door In the ( ..," ,"ull' of Hradford 10 acren or less A H. 1938OFFICIAL K'nrrl.k. held, '
clothing In made of cotton iiiliounllng to 92793.Snld Hlarke, on the 4th. day of County, Florida, 8 months Inlnlnl, to be sold are evidenced ( 8KAL) ""' N. IBBIK-II "

_-- .. _.-1 tax cerllflcstes together lid;.*. at. 11:00 I : ( o'clock A. M. M"rch.// from, date hereof ..t snld claims will bv.certificate. .. Nos. 10A 270. and 6:13: A. J. THOMAS. I ,>f Kept. ember, A. Ji 1 p, ,
with all subsequent omitted or Dan-il this' the I 2t Ii. day be barred by W. I ..m"lll I V office and, h ,
nan rour life staffes: I. of 192S. "' O. and 19S3 respectively, Clerk of Circuit/ ('tuI,t't ofItradford I
A butterfly taxes will' h. Sold, to the I A. l I. IH18OFFICIAL Annie SIsm'IIeo'edaV Itarrlsolicti and the unpaid taxes for ., Florida. I lax tI. 'I

egg caterpillar, chrysalis and but- 111.h..t bidder, Rtthe Crfurthouse' ( SRALlClerk I u. u Hxecutor.OTICI'l ..h. .yearN represent 1927 to IPa both 1 lllclllsive 2.1 I V-3t .1.4. County) I sued. ._ thereon.. :. Said\ .. I M
"Ark. on i Ih. inn. tiny >. .\ d. ."m.". "- -I.U.; amounting to 83. f .. .. ", .1. ,
terfly. Id..r of circuit' Court of -- --- .ty III the"ownl
I $. at 11:00: o'clock i t f
ALSO [ 88 62 Wood .
,1\. M. ",'udt". County Florida. % !I9LPI OF 'r.xf'U'rl"'TIM : .ut. VOTIfH OP Ntl.K OF TAXCKHTIFICVI'KM I'' of Florida to-wii)
I lawn In 17, TI' H. 11. 22
2-U.-3t-3-4. ".. | I Seven
liHti.il ''a the 19th. of Feb Acres
MVWM fl,.* .. I. M "F' 'rtVIH1'IFI '&' ruary. 1111'*. ilny VOTICH that 10. .on'alnlnl 20 sores I"'e t'rI. NOTICR IS HKRKHY lIVEN that Rou'hoR.t Quarter on Son of it'v

( 'THNOTICK < (O SKAL W H. 1. 11 JUIny. filed with I... M. 12. Orlner has filed with mo Quarter Beet Ion
) IS HKIIKHV. .:, H1VKN! l'>nlrs 'IIIAt. \O'l'I'I'l (*1" M' 1.15 01. T\\ The taxes to ..sold are evidenced written request that the tax certificates I lo, TH"
.1. THOMAS, the tax Usnge
('Phl'IIFIl': t'I'w: me written reinicit that 21 Knst.,
Godwin has filedllh 141 and 632 at ,
Atinle Lou Cliirk' of Circuit, Court of all subsequent by ..rlfl"nl. No. together with subsequent I Ool. ,
NOTICK IS IlKKIOIiy; II1VK.V .that certificate toitethei' with al A"ro. more or
'hat INK tnx I.
written I ( respectively and ,
request ret ..
o' omitted I
I ,"...1 tlfl.-iites together with nil sub.mi.nt Hmdfnrd. County.I Florida.22S3t3.il. I'.I ( .sect. "t hiix filed with I milwritten omlted or,, levied taxes held Znn1ht3 unpaid: taxes for the )I I.e or Rdvprtlsed levied a and held sold by to the the i iitalu | The assessment of th.erty .

'.. "t. tr "ted taxes heldx .<|ilent that the tax rertlfatt'H ty the IIIC" be at""I'U".d and sold ( to 1937 both highest, bidder un.l.t. the said c-i, i ,
far cash provided
.ltt..e toKfthnr with I I the bidder' for cash asprovided as sued was In the ,
NI'I| | HiitiHpqtK'ntmUtcil ,
advertised .. .
I tin- "' Al amounting tn 984.76. I
x I. Ane f liy Chapter; 182B6 of the 1U37 acts
18298 of the Cralgv.I'niess.
or levied (" hei't l by the Chapter InClu.lvO'1 i
i ,, 'the. hl'h..t bidder I for! .I.b the as \OTIfM 0'" Htl.M OK 'rtx 'ttati' li.> ntlVf-rtlHfrt; and! Hdlcl, to IhelirliHHr I 1937:. acts of the Legislature, upon ALSOLot. 00 In ''"" "f Ihe 1..I.lnlur. upon the following said """ i
I".1 '" _\lileil._ L. 1".. r.. ....._.R18.f.. ,I m fKnTtVlfAff.ltXOTI : _. _._,_ ", foe, cash HI prrrVlfltd the following dewrlbi-il real .c.t. See 17. I'I, 6 S. n. 22 .1.1,1 estateIn the deemed, ",'. "I"'al." ,
hld..r n
.-- "O. .. '''l'3 IS tiivcj.llini ,i.v (' I In Count Kruilford, Slate of taming 1o< ", more or less ("( ( State. of Flor desprtbod >
;t'li.. described real estateHI "Nn''JY ,) t of the 1t :'l7 acttr 'h. v .r rty therein .
Sri. rK, filed with U:91 Tlie t"" be sold' nre ida \
mo tn-wlt ,
tol.wlnl 1n".r ,. i Ihn t ll lie to-wlt: "I.n.1 : to the highest
I fiulluwittg
Slate of tgirn ) bidder
) of Hu".rr written, 1'1' '' *, the tax certlf- deHct'll.i'd: real entate In the I,1"I"'lli.. 47 4 s In Woodliwn bv ""I.t. Nns. 218 I NEW, (.f NW i.. Tn. 6 8. I house door on the rlr,.<,n
F'l..I' "li, 1/oVl'I II : ,-."">H together wh nuhsequent In .I In.' 5 1*. H. 22 1H31: antI U:13: respectively, and represent H. 22 IJ, 40 Acres4mcl's Iho \i ,
I / "! W By 210 .1 I'CIIIIH.V 4 I n f I lirndfurd.I State of ( TII the the contllnlM non'l' of II"rch. ift'v ,
1 i I I or I helit hy thee taxes '
.lf..1 h."I.eJtax. K. containing, '" Acres "npll" f" or the
Cor of Lot 10 hil : 'Ior-j of
I I Ft N & In nold to t hahtgI.'st ..wl 1930 both Incluslvo, Marlh. 1"1"mttel
f years The taxes to Hold evidenced
of M of fly In 'I. n.I".rl.1 .n< .1 fin I Cor of NK'4 of S\ lenn.The 11:7. nr. i this day ,
i ii
t $ Plt
Lawtt.y cash
*"n hhl.l.r r.r as providedpier llunV 37(1( ft for pt of Hag. taxes to be wnld" are evidencedby "lonnln/ : liy, certificates N. 2H9 of I'1:11.:
*:, "H 21. 24 2.%, I Township 'l.y Ch.f I IS2H6! of the fill actsj.cirlHlatiire. l : 36, 8(1( NH of :
1.11. in.ll:: and 10.14 and i
85 An"78
\ S .inn ft tn HlKhwayV of ( OFFICIAL
-, smith'liangn Kant h"II .erUf. NUB.. .."I'.tv.I SKAL)
tin the tel tow. 38 all lots 4.1. 44, 45 4H, 1'1'1
n|on I Il.tt.t. ., 1902 : and resent unpaid' the I
\ nrd feite.'iiVely ,
to 4t
Qt. Me Line represent tlxe" A. J.
I ThIII'C.-H .01.1 areI ."lr"n".1I. real In r I .nd : 4 60 ill 62 NV4 of; lot |
I. described eMinle t the 1'h'nN 3K2 land line the (axes for theVeal's 7t 102l!' to both Inclusive HmuuntIIIH Clerk THO.\LR.
i I.v"'I".t. .. 241 and 111" "ly I of Prod, ford. Slate of F lee- I benHef ,... K: to T .8. ,' 1901 nn..11 t both Inclusive, *6 all Lot 64 Wnodlawn itt I : to '13.. CI'ul i
.o "'ctlvelv ,and reprcxetil "
: < .MMi j B""dT..d .
I' 1"1. & 2Tp.. 5 S. H. 22 K. con C"UI'
{ 11J1 to 'o.wl: 2D Ti". R K.. ,Llittlnt IIIIT $19.5$. ".. Maid tax certificates 2-1 I
'"e tn."h.
lite" for' "nr. RI.J t si':'/, of fJ.I.', t.m.3Ufl : i *. I. I ALSO Loin 44 In Wnodlawn In t.lnlnl 140 acres, more or less. I with all subsequent omitted .f.a-4
\ '>"- hot Ii 1".1', ., nn".n'lnl to I M of SW <'., .T..nt" _" '... .f 111,111Ir.. ..0.l A'A 'l.tclcc.l u.. in. ,'. 6. H. 92 pnii- 'h. ."" .to !'." sold t are evidenced! '! led taxes will be Hiild. to tile blyrhesthlddr : --- -
$1>l\i. % & run N BOO r n a ri. wfllln 1. : '' aci 1'1 .v .'erttrirar. N.". itfltlflOI at the Courthouse dour In *OTIC'H: OK AI'
r ,'"- com tor. Ft : SW ( .v ii-rtIflciite NOB. R43 of in.'HI reBpcctlvely 'nlnlnO' more or lens. 1" PI.IC1\ ,
1.f ,'I flV 346 ft ,. H."., N.c. Id ami ,'." ". t I It be ,B.dd are \2 and 1933 r..p..r'h..ly, and rep Stnrke on the 4th day of March, I TAX IIKKIt: 'I
r i. .1< in H. v ft .1' axes for .. evl".ne.d
, 1 or 'I'p 7 22 1-1. 5 .. the taxes the
r. 210 fl.V ft f. f. ('ou.lntn& t h. ,-,.. 19.14 ti> IH37 both Incluxlve bv ",.t""c. NUB 3A and 673 of r..nt unpaid for t9t! : $. at 11 ::00 o'clock A. M. fl.nat. HIM .. .::: .
Ir PI. Arren. "'I' "1 ices 1902 t! "..r. 192A( In. 1937 both inelttiulve.tmnitntlig Hated this the 12th day of February M HEItKHY
I- .,. ., ,.f ',nw',". of Itv The 1.15cc to I l. milil, are unioUmit log to t37.72. .n.1 J33. r.al..U""ly. and reprenent to $370.12.At)4O' (;il lL. l\
S.H.'H 23 94. 25 26. Township 6 >1,8. ,. Nun. 41 I .,"ld.nlr Snld tax cerllflcateB I towel her with la".. for the 11)38. H. Alexander holder ., '
Lot 84 In 'Vnnuilawn In
.nth., llange 22 RnstTl .rIT""t. f .r ill iHlliBequcnt' omitted I t or LeviedlaxeB sears 19ii I > I IP:17) : both Inclusive, ('l''ICt'L SISAL) I tlflcates Numbered renpei i
: ,, taxes t" h. wild are evidencedlv .II' .. 1134' reHpectlvely for .ni repenent t "II I I I be wold to the hlffheHt I amounting- IS4.9A.ALSO Sec. 20. Tp. 1 S. n. ZZ K.. con J. THOMAS (sued July 6, 11(26, 823 .
..rtlflcnte' V..n 542 and! 718 of : Inl..h'11.17: Ih. yearn blddr II t the CotirthouHe door 'InStarke : Lois ill. 1tl In 'oodlawn 1 'allin. 10 aer.a. more or less I Clerk of Circuit Court of 4. 1927, *2S Issued July .
to lioth
I I13ind: 1913 re-iiectlvelv, and ren.i 'ln to $217 h"lu.I". nmount- on, the 4th day of March, I In Sec. 10, Tj| 5 S. R. 22 13.. h. f.'d' 'are evidenced Uradford County, Florida .f 326 Issued July I 4, 19'S58 :
nt the ii-ipaM t.cI". '"' 'h. "' .m, (.tn"K ..I'.lllno !o '..1. .. ...OCl.tuu. nO I hy certlflcste NOH. 207 and 656 of 2-lS-.1t-3-4. Issued July ft 1928 '
i")H" Maid tax .- \ '' h'r wltHII 1' 1 *.12 and 1933: and ?
..rlrh."M' respectively, represent I July 5, 1W26
r. mil tn 1137.! both Dated 1 thin the 12th day of February I 3 Ill of 361 I
Inlhuove. I I NiiliKc
I I ledtaxes
4 ."'" ..ItllP' t. 217C ( <|.i'..IC .nlh.OTI4'M tPPl.h4"t'l'lOroll Aug. 5, 1929. 559 I KB u I'll

AL.Mfl: Lot 20 Ex \> Lot 100 r, N '.lilJ.-r' wil the< .ohl t'ourthoiiHB hlthe.t ((WI"I.JAI. SK.\L> by ..rlt..e Nun and 668 of 19.11 to 1937. both In1""h'e.Im''t1Inl 01'\ UKK.nMei.nte 1933: 4 /1 1 of 318 Issui'd '

A S bv .400 ft n i W In NW the 4th. iliv of tr J. THOMAS. 127!* .nd : respectively, and represent (. o.IM, < Illll >... m.fNOTII > tl'2.1, 6/7 of 4.10 Issued AUK
finTown of Luwtey. 11 of Hy 't"'k."'IK. Ml nn 11'AO o'clock ;A. M. M.r'h. Clerk of Circuit( ,I t Ci.urt of the unpnlil taxes for the : Lot 63 Wndlnwn In IO ISHKHKnvtllVK.V: That I <7 issued July S, 1114. Sit. l
24 TownHhlo Dradfnrd, 1926) tn 1 1V.17, both Sec 20, Tp. 5 S. It 22 S3., containing 'V Sept. 5, lOll tlBl Issued
years II
In Sec 23. 24. 26. l t Dated this the 12th day of February County, Florida. Inclusive, 10 .lh. holder of Tax CfcrtlfIcate Jlll
1 Fol'h. n.n.r 22 Kast. HtHH.UFFKMAI. 2-I $-8t.8-4.: aniountliiK-I I, 13.83. The ocren. or less. No. 41. Issued the lilt. day of 2/15 of HIS( Issued Aug. C, "i I
taxes to be sold evidenced
'h. "." t h. ,, < ar. evidencedbv AI.I ALSO: Lot Wondlawn In I, are August A. 193.1, has filed same Insued July 7, 1930: 432 IH: ';
.ertlflcnte NIK. 728 of A. J. '\0'I'U.1 Of ""I.K! OF TAX Sec. II, Tp.. a S. II. 22 IS., containing hv: 1''III''a'. :1". 290 and 662 of : til my office and has n.d. applica.n gust a, 1 :31. and 7/12 of 27n'' i

113? .ind 19M r..p".I".ly. and rep- 4"lerk THOMA"" Court of (1511T1FI.t'r9aN(1TI"J5 : 10 acrrH. more or less. I 19.10 and 1933 r..I".ly. and represent I for a tax deed to he lssu.sUthereon. July 6, 1H2U. has Tiled .$un<
resent the for the j 1. IS IIKIIKHY UIVKN that j 'rho taxes to h gold are evidenced'tv the Ic for the i i1".unlnl Said certificate embraces .fflce and has made appllcaiI
unlald tax.. Hmdford County. FUirldu. V.", ,. 19110 101' t.a fni'lusiv.. .. j I .
.1' W. .
M "Mini' I both Inclusive Townsend ,. I 9: : m ,
with and 576 ,
yi. :J-ls-.1t.s-4. li.. n 'If'nC. Nf. : of tae (Illflll I 'I
_..__ ._ tl..d to I ; :
'c rJr"Gt: c .rilflcates ; ;sTr.i'
u 1" written 1928 :
."... . renuent that 'h. tax certlflcnten 1133 rrHpectlvely, and represent : Lot 'Hi.Wnndlawn In the County, 'lor"ir ;: the
S-iltl lax certlflcaten together i 1 together with all subneinent > I ..h. unpaid taxes for the AI.ln 1"I"'ld. : following described proi
with all HuliHeituent omitted. or i, %0'1'10'. \l.n, OK TAX t omitted or levied taxes held ', yearn 1927 to 11'1. both Inclusive H.. 20. ". 5 8. It. 22 B., containing rlast '10 Acres of Lot Tliree Section In the Countv of Uraclfofd, Hi
will be .Hold to the \TKItXOTiri'3 : h" I the State lie 10 acres, .r less Florida to-wlt
Levied taxes advertlned and Mold ,,i I amounting $ 10.a 2 Township 6 South :
highest bidder' at the Courthouaed JS IIKHKI1V IIV"1N that tn t Ihe highest bidder for cash asirovlded ALSOLot. 22 044.Woodlawn In The taxes to h.sold are evidenced\ I I'qi'fce !21 "' containing 10 I Cerniicate No. 256. embracr
I 1n.t
.or In F'Ark. on the llth. day ofdirrh. | Meiievu, Towns him fl.d me by Chapter 1H296 of th. ..'. 11. Tp. R 8. 11. 22 K., contMnliiMT hv certificate N.. Ill and 6r>7 of Acres, more or less. I "f VKi; A NWVi of 8K'4 5

1931. at 11:00: o'clock. w'lt"n nuttiest that lie tax certif- 'HIT ..'C. of the 1..I"huur. upon I 10 acres more or loss 1928 and 1133 respectively, and represent The assessment of the said nropj j of RMV Section 10 Township -

'\ 74. I together with. al HuhHeiiuent.niltted 'he Inli.wl,1: ,I..rlh'd rc estate The taxes to lie: sold are evidenced the unpaid taxes Til the ,,.' "nd.r tile said : Is- 1 lUuge 23 Bast, containing U'<' ,

I P.d thin. the 19th. d:"Y of Fell- I l I.e or a.tvarils.d levied u,*.,,1h.h.li li hy to thettat the I ill of Ir.drord..State uf by (..t.trl'a,. Nun. titto and 579 of yea,'" 1927 to tn 938.79.1937. both Inclusive, .ul' was In the mime e.I'Ut.at.lk i loire or less.CertifUate.

run cv nn Florida" to-wlt : 1930: Ild I:3. and represent the an"cnlnl 'I said certificate shall he redeemed No. 323, embra.nf .
((0"111 \ 515 \T.) 'lfrh"Nt bidder for faith a. provided HWi-t of HWi-i i or Lot 4 Sec. 32 unpaid tn".. I the yearn lf)2H) to : r.ot. 37. R3, 66, 60 In according tn law, the property i XIS'-, & Nli .4 of NWVi -
A I THOMAS. 1'r Chnpter 15296! of the IM37 acts I TI' r S. It 21 !15.. c'ontalninv 53 1!tI"*'17. both'. i IncltiHlVtt' I ( tt'udiait'lt In Sec. 20, Tp. I S. It. dencrlLed therein will be sold W4! A sm4 SectIon 11 if. >

f'.rk. of C'lr"1 c.nirt of lag the jefflilitturfl., real. upon estate the In follow-the Acren. more or ...a. fin: noA ...nnllnl 22 H.less, containing HO acres, moreor to the highest bidder( at the court''j 7 South flange 22 Kast, cm i p

Hendford Coul'Y. Florida d.'rlb. The lucas to be sold are evidenced I ."O: SI'1'4.T SWVi house door the first Mondav In UiiO Acres, more or less.
,,. r. v.iinty of Hrndford mate of Flor-I bv "'ertlfli-ate NOH. ..f NWV The taxes to be are evidenced .I Certificate Nt,. 325 .
106 Sec .ol
: .. -I. "l.t. : and ::100 of Igl I. Tp. I S. hv certificate h. ni.inth AprM.: t938. which Is emui.i
t..wl 1931 I and, 1931 1 and 656 of Section 12 Township 7
1'1. \
and rep1 the I
"' I'enpectlvely I .. .In\.1 acres, more or 4th day of Apill. 1938.Tinted '
of NI5 Cor of 1928
S1I.R OK TKN'ftTTCK 1. T V' Wlijof reBent and 1933 represent 22 Kast,
0"1"- unpaid tnven for the yearn1 .". r..I'.I".ly. ,"t this 17th day of I containing 640 Act <
. t c.rU'I' ''ri:" I XWH HK"-i of NKVi & Hun 1':0101'17 I :1 both. mcluHlve, atnount- The taxes tn be Bold are evidenced the 'IX.. the 1938. .bruary. or less.

1' HI.I.RY ''IVKV that 8t 24S fl.V lOft ft. N 245 f. ,B !''O.7. bv certificate N.'... 52 and 582 of ".ur. 1927 to 1937, Inclusive, (OFFICIAL SISAL: ) R/7 of Certificate No.

I S. II Johnu h. filed with It.109 r In IlcK. Sen. 28 Tp. S. AL"0' '; of SK'4' 6 Tl)- tails> and 1933: renpeetlvely" and represent ,amounting to 11411.ALSO A. J. THOMAS.Clerk bruces NH Wi of HWV, .
Ilir written requeiil trat the tax 13., 8 8. K. 21 K, (' 40 the unpaid taxes for the : !tr NK'4 In See. 21, of Court ofnr..tol.d 14 Township 7 South, lIe
.ertlflcntcH miretber, % with all iiubs The taxes tn he Hold are evidenced' "%dl'dH." more or I..n'nlnlll yearn 1I07! to I''<.I7, both inclusive, Tp. 5, I.H: .. containing I 40acres Ilr.ul. Bast, contalnintc 400 AIM.
I s >n. .imltti'd .levied taxen held' I bjr certificate N.*. UO of 1934 re- Th.. laCes to be sold' are" evidenced amounting to $1,153 K6.ALHO ,, I or less. 2-19-51-3-18. ( FI"'ldA. or less,

by the State, he advertIsed and old *l ectlvely and represent taxes for I by certificate NOH. K34 and 63 of' : K'Xj of M\WI of NRV' The taxes be sold tire evidenced 7/8 of Certificate No '
& I .
t" I the hIghest bidder for cash ha y"Ar. 10:13: to 1 7. both Incluilv 19:16: and 1917 and represent I \ '(. of wu, of sw, of N";'. bv ( .rl""nl. Nos. 222 and 668 of HI'KCI M '"TKIV" braces N'.. of NB1% A NW1' \.,

_ ,provided by
1937. actH of the UeKlMature, MultI c.rlteu'( 'o".t h"r wlll I 1114 to I IIIIT. both IticliiHlve, amountIn y.ar.- of SICVi' In Sec 12 Tp. S S. n. the unpaid taxes for the NOTICK'13 0"F OIVE.V that NWt4 of SKW Section 15 T.. "

__ ____ r ih. f..1 wing de"rrlbed real elate ill.I,vaN I .l.eeq will be. I .mll.d.r, I.. tn $36.19.ALHO 22 K.. .. ; PO sores, more years 193O tn- 1937 buth In.II"I"o. under and In accordance with that 7 South, KaiigD 22 East, .
In the County of Bradford, Hcal. ., highest : :NKl} of lenn..nl.lnl"l ."ounlnl to 9107.23. certain final decree of foreclosure lug 280 Acres, more or I Ii"Ortln.atu --
I I Florida ti>-wlt: bidder at the Cmirthou door In XK"i' NWIJ nfWl"( < 1 t.x certificates together with and salt N,,. 862, ... .,
< %v The taxes tn be sold by Hon. A. Z.
W''''. nf NHM: of vB'i' RN 6 A I 11:11..inrke: at on 11:00 I t the uYiork*!a lilY of March, r Se.'. 6,/Tp., 8 S H. 21 .i 4- hv certificate Nun, I 125 are and evidenced 683 of14127.mtndlOlS all sut.Heiiuent omitted or Levied Adklns .r.n.r.d Judge of the Circuit NIC", A Kb, of NWVi & S!., -.
& 60 1"1 In Sec. 22. Townul.l : A. M. 8HO taxes wil sold to the highest Court of nradford 22 Township 7 South, lliu. ,
County Florida
a a ,",' lloncrn.. !-!4 f.'uul..- n..I I. the 12th day of February 'At,1.,' .. 'n.A'r.a.h. ,_..ii more ...I... .. _u_.. .".n respectively.... ... .and_ rep-. hlddfr the Courthouse door In I. ,, 'h. ,' .._._ "__ ISaut. c'.ntntnla. lain s....,.., -
;. --- .. .nr .h..v
.ntiilnliiic 13 Acres more |I IDIN.H'KH'IAI.I : ; r. .. starke on the 4th.. of ; ; h'ss.
or N day March, i
: hy ti.R. ... 118 and 353 of 1926 tn I 19:17: both Inclusive pending. In said Court, wherein D. I
( SI'At! years I
> .
I I... lli.11! and :J npectvely! and reprcHent 'itmimntlna- tn A. I> 1938 at 11:00: o'clock A. J. !:. Knight and Kugene 13/21 of Certificate No. 'ii.i I -

' 4- The taxes ..be sold' are evidenced ;I A. J. THOMAS. iinnalil" taxes for the ALSO: NIt $2412.' nf SW% In I I'sled this the 12tll. day of .h.. I*. Kitchen, "Ialntf, defendsnts' braces S'y of NW., A N'' i I I,
hv No. 1026 of 1-lerk of Circuit Court of Y.Rr HW'- A. IX 1938.OFFICIAL. "
..r'II"'lt. 1933 respectlvely 11130 to : both Casa No. A W'/j( of SWVi( of
t Hriulford 1937. 1I'II.I"e. I Sec. 12 TI). 22 E. con- 758. the undersigned SWH &
sit represent unpaid .1 ( II ty. Floridatllt34. imtp K to $540.05. i ,. 6). more or. lens. ( SKAL> cial Master by ARId saId decree SP"-I il'Ji/i' Sect Inn 2:1: Township .
taxes for the y"nr. ti'12 to l 1"11. Said tax I .Innl A. J THOMAS. will sell lUnge 22 East ,.'
I together with to be sold are evidenced iioluteil to the highest cuntalnr
r.rtlh'I'e. Th. tnx.
? both Ini'liiHlve. tn 684 --- ---- -- Clerk of .
amounting 04. .II ". Circuit Court of 1' Attics, more or less.
bv certificate Non. cash, In front of the South !
or H4 and
AI."0 NW'nf SMI' SPEiLMSTF.flS: NOTICE ... 11t.d 1.,1.,1 680 of nradford : .nt'u i
NV'.r tax tn ("ulty. l"lo'ld. of the Certificate No. 66:>, embr.ii ,
the \192x Bradford
hIghest and County
'''I', ; i.f \l---.>. 'Ill c. OK N "I.K "I ( J'3 1..I..lv.ly. and rep 2-19-3t-3-4. Section
NOTICE IS bidder .t the CourthouHe door In resent for the Courthouse In Florida riur j I i 23, Township 7 South, i:
ft HEREBY Itark.
6 Smith. Range 22 OIVEN that unlll1 tIX" .
, T.wn.h. I under I"'k.' on the 11 day of March I yearn 1927 both Inclunlve -- -- -. UIH legal h.ur..f sale en 23 East coiitulnlnsT 160 A. i .
and I In 'I
,.a leSs.The .. 20 A'r.. n'or. ... .. flnnl decree"'('ord.nr.of wlh that 19':1: at 11:00 I : ..',.,,,k A. M. n".nntnl to |H3 68. NO TICK OF 5 tl.M OK TAX March 7th A. I'). 19:1.: (liP I10n'l| or lens.

tuxes, be Hi.ld are evidenced and Hale rendered by Hon foreclosure A. Z. nc..1 this the lUth. day of Feb- : SKU of 8KV4 of NEtS cIRrlFlC''rISMNITIC1S / I.wln. premises ..I un'" Brad braces 4/11 of Certificate No.

certificate' .No. 1026 of 1933 I .vilHhiH or the Circuit rUlr *. In ... 12. Tp 5 M. It. 22 "1.. coutnlnlnHT IS IIKKKIiY that "'Iorldl. to-wlt: ,I N(4( of NW14 He.
1" and Cl\'EN
JI"I" Township
OFFICIAL, PKALA > 10 n'. nf SWVi of Sen. 16 7 South lianginiitalnlng -
unpaid taxes for .inrt of County acres, more or lens. Mrs. H. S. has me ,
the Florida
represent 1,4" "' .., .. yearaIng' In (' Bra.lo. certain J. THOMAS. The tuxes to t..woM, are evld"nced written r"'I".t elrr.J the.tax"certificates '\p.8 iS. K. 22 BT. I 80 Acre, more
I.. i7.so.! I .u-." u. pending n'i In r' Court wherein vance The Cleric or circuit Cniirt of I by certificate N.. 05 and 884 of together with "I sutiHeqllent.niltted FKA.VK LANDTll'M. I 15of CVrtlficate No. I

,. I tat ci't'' "t, .- t",ur.-t tlierwi'h Federal I.n.!. Rank of Columbia' Hrndford County, ""lurid. I 1926!> antI '1933 r"'rl".ly., and represent or levied held. bv the As Special' Master In Chancery i iKNIMH'P braces'f Hk KVt of HWV4 of SW '.

..II t'I.' .. 'I., "t .,,..,|ti"d > I i "'..In'lff t .ul .1. M. RertdlHh. Kt. Al.. S-2r.-3t-.1-ll. th. nnl..1 for the state be advertised and sold tn the & KNUIHTAftnrnevs South I Section 23: Tov !
r I.t tnxou. will lie sold tn 'the" are defendiintn. Cane No. 759 the I y.nr. 1927 7. both Inclusive, highest bidder for cash as providedby for plaintiff. ( Kange 22 KaHt, .
hlgheii bidder. at Courthouse 'inderNlirned, Hp..1 Master 'by sold I '1"1" '' nf S t'"t.'it' '''If' I,I ''imonn'lnt to 951.47. Chapter 182RO of I the 13 actsf 2H3t34.IN' I I 1(1(1( Acres, tnoro or less.
d-.or In Starke t' '1lthf 01 1" IlFl) : S'j of H'" of of the Legislature, upon t l I'ov- n Certificate Nn. 45?. coil,: .1.
will ,
March. A. D. 5936 on. at 11:00: o'clock day of decre."Hem' appointed bidder" for "h.M.I front to the of'fit 'I I...oat. "I Wn. IllltkNOTICK I II uurin iau... ,' i->'* a SW' 44 !,,. ,lc..euiet. .. *>.|U.I OH.ntn_ n.. I.,... th. TI'j NAM K OF TIlTS STATE f HK'4' Section S3 TownshIp .

A M South front door.of the Bradford I Iui'v IS IIEIIKHY OIVKN.': That 10.: 'H"iin g 10 acres, i"r; c.iuntv; ,of Tlradfurd, Slate of Florida. OJ' : | -niingu *4 Kast, uoniainliiH '
1,1 'si. Ihe loth day of Feb emit I tin iiHe In itnrke, Flor-I I I .1 Alderman", holder of Tax Certiflate I...' j t'i.'ti'ltNWi : j "PI"rlll by affidavit, filed In inore OrCIIPtIt1Iate II>MH,

ruary, IU.ll I durlnnr tbe. ,legal hours of sale No. 551. Issued the 6th., day The taxes tn be sold', are evidenced ', of 8W'4 Sec. 2(1.( Tp. 6 S. I that c.u.e In Circuit Court I No. 560, eml. .

: ( 'I"h \ Tit t1 Mi.ndny' March lIlt A. t>. 1938. of N"b.r.' A. l Il. 1932 nan filed hy certificate Nn. 226 of and It. 2 11 <0 Acres, tl..1or. County Florida, (Chan Section 24 Township 7 Soiiiii
.onl.I"Inf 2
t .f ( 'h. prenilHeN, Bltuate In I "ln. II my ..rfr. and ban made appllfiitlon represent the unpnld taxes for the mol' I" .ry. ."tu.. Laura H.noVhlt. iOiet, vonlalnlng 320 A. i
Clerk of Circuit- of 't'.l r.l"wl"K v for ta. deed to be IHnri years 1934 tn tOil, both Inclunlve, The taxes tn be sold a rut evidenced' .1'. P. ., d. or less.
Hrndford County: ,"FJI" I! K':'
2-25-3t-3-ll. i K. and NV4 of I.NW'/t' and briiiMiN the folllwlne deHcrlbed property ALSOLot 4T In Wood lawn In 1950 and I 1933: respectively, and repfment being i1 .8: that the defendant nf SW'i' Section 24 Town, i
,' I. I of HI'/ fr of Sec. In the County of Bradford, Sep. 14. Tp. 5 S. n. 22 M., con- unpaid taxes fur the years ,. a nf a State or Country Houth, Jtuuge 22 Mast, .'I.

______ | in. Twp. 8 H. II NW' t.ttp. of "'I"rld. 'to-wlt: talTiInn 10 Acres, more less. '929 to 19.17. both Inclusive, amountIng "uk now. to the plaintiff( and that 10 Acres, more or less
*o'rl!'',, OK ,M 'I..: .'l'I I' ,M-'T HOWKVKIt HUU- South Half of Southwest Quaor ,- The t'lX.. bA sold, are evidenced.1 to 9210.41. I. no. person In the State of 2/18 I of Certificate No

'''''N''I'.:' turpentine" urlvlleicnii to I.aa. of. let,r Snuthwent Quarter In Sec 1 h" ..rlfh.nt. Non. 101 and 509 nf ALRO: "., of NR", of Sl5'' Me,',. !Iorld. service of personal p.o"e., braces 84* of HK14 Heel Inn i
NOTICE' IS 1IEIIEBY lIVEN that f.r a period ton Tw.n'y-on. Township !RV. "' >928 represent 27 Tp. 6J;. K. 22 1.1.. containing :t In,n whom would personally ship 7 South, Range 22 KM
March 18 \33 r..I'.clv.ly.
I I ;
(I" I liemoreit. I..lnnl'l 1035. nnt the said I tabling, 80
filed defendantIT Acres
h. with H."lh 20 Acres I.
.' and .. I. 1939 ." J""lo Tw.n'y-T\o. 'h. CIX.. the more or ,less more or n
." written ri'iiu.'st that the tax di'Hcrlbed' In. written an ''at, ,'oIC.lnlnl ..nr. 1!'! to 19.17. Inclusive, 1'h. taxes to he I are evidenced J< OUI'UKED, that the De. Certificate No. 646. enb'iit"h,
tlflciiietlog, .her, with all release of more "I fendnnt, J. I-' Whltt >' Vi t4e't|i"ii
subsequent 'hiKedernl to ) hv certificates and 822 nf Ji., appear 26 Tm i
Hank nnonntn. 4n.a. .
mnltted. ..r levied taxes held, j i luniblit dated March of Co- ,'h. aHHeHMment. of the Ha Id prop- .'fHO I..t Wnodlawn In 1930 and 1933 and Ihe till! of complaint on the 7th day South riange. 22 East con In. ]
,h, fb. Stat be iirlv.irtlB*.! and sold T. FIIANK I IR. 193K. "'v ", ..., the "M Id certificate Inniud 14. Tp. f. H. H. 13 eontaming the U II r."t".ly. for represent the of March, 1938. decree I I AM H. llli)re ,,r lenn.
t. highest bidder for cash LANDHl'M. WIIH In the name of .1. A. Kllle- r:2: pro confesso will be : "re8da Certificate No.
_ _ al'! ,.I"c| 10 acres less. years 1929 to 1937.: both inclusIve 43J, embi.i,
I I" <.1 "i.v t 'iou'' i I I21Q! ...if, 1., I KX10IIT..& /.1' in Chancery. brexv.I'nleHH. The taxes ,. h.sold evidenced amounting to 999 64. him for hIs failure to appear, that of NW i Section 86 Town i

Mt.irnevH fur .' stud ..rt'I..t. shall be l.y certlfIfllte NA,.. 204 and 604 of Said tax certificates together thls,order be publinlied once a week I South. Itange 2S Knst, .
.t --11I-WtILJ '- / i.I i $A.t-3- plaintiff .|". "'ml au'u'nrtl taw. theproperty 192S and 1933 1'.rlv'ly. and rep with all subBeriuent Clout.or Lev for four, consecutive weeks In the' SO-Acres, more or lees

---- dttncrlbed therein wil be resent the "" for the "ied taxes will sold to the highest liradford County Telegraph' a news- I it f rM".ate No.i .
'() li'l OKl K 'r ." .1.1' tn the highest bidder tb. years 1028 to t'clT. Hot h Inclusive, hldd.r at the .Courthouse, door In 1"1 of general circulation, publUlied i| braces N1 4 of NW4 A SIAt -}!, '
,( BUSINESS .' iuirt, hence di.r on .. first Mont'W 'm'.n'lnl tn 911208. Clarke" on the 4th day of March, In ItrmCord County, Florida. .Wl of SV of.NEVi S'
I \ C'IIIIU' ''rJMO'rt.1 that : "Inl. the month : 1938, : LotB 'IK, 20. 20. jo In I9t. .. nt 11:01): ) o'clock A. M. WI'IPR' my hand and offl.-lal -NII 7. .nth. Kaiig.

j T hl.r", 11 h.ltHCY I'-d wlili I im- I I rhe 4ih .y".r.Alrl. 193K. Woodlawn In 1""'. n. Tp 5 S. 11. "1.1 this the 12 day of Fel.ru- ." ..Id Court this February 2. containing 140 Acres, nun
,, Mited\ thin 103S.OFFICIAL.: ,.
DIRECTORY 1 \! tctt reitu.'xi, lint 1 the tax I iiM.! 23rt. '. Q3 1-1: ."ul.I"I"I.O acres, more .>rv. mill.OFKICIXL. Th aHRessntent of the -..
PRAL"A. ) orty under
t lf'i.t'a tovelher with all I.MI SRL) said Certlf leal"
Ttl''Itt nnilfleit or |.vl"d tfixeH. >"r'l' OFFIdL SHAD The ,,... t., lie I Hold are ",'lo.n"." A. .1, THOMAS, J. THOMAS wan In the name of t'nkn .
'S th". Si be nilvertlt'ed I and A J TIIOMAH. bv certificate N'ls. 2I>7 and of Clerk of Circuit I Court of Clerk' nf Circuit Court of assessment of the Miild pr..i
> i> the hlvhi'et. clerk of ('I"II Court of 2 r"Hnetlvely, and : Ilrndford l"lorili15.115.1. Hrndf'.rd Comity.' Florida. tIer said certificate No. 3?
fr tacit Z.n.hl.n: : rep- .
: mIXK ...vldeil" by (. 1"1".1 I 6296! of the :..r'.3'I Hrndford' County, "'Jorhlo unpaid, taxes for the County. T. PUA.NK LANDRl'M t lie iiiiiim of .'n Ic nuts,,: th.il"lll .

1 I 'i.""7 l'I. "f .. l.evl"latlire' |ipn" ': v'oar5 I92H 1'117 both 'Inclusive' I 2-4-5t-3-4.Attorney t fur Plaintiff. I of t the said propel I

thl' f"I"wll" deHfTlb'-d r at I act at.. '\ 'fUMMM am""n. 9I23.H7. OTirH OF T \ % M-ild p.-rtirii-ate No. 325 ii
_ __ .I n.t.tI, ,. ,..:...""o."tv. .'of II'n.rd. State of :"I'U OF Fl.Oltlllli. 11111Cl' T\7..n.l tniso: Lots* In it i3 9._ .10.U 4 I.rt*.42 K In u "...". ...f. J.0'.1 riFICATI'. : : .u_. I \rillfll ". .
,'r.".!Ti">I'sin ."t "W ..' nf 'h.I appearlnv.." .. bv affIdavIt filed In :I I2mf; 40 acren, hut liner Ir. .1 ';'J.t.has""filed PJ > llinr said certificate Nit, .126 ii .
ertnlii with
r'"i'ln'lnj' p".t"r.
In Circuit (Hennle ,(
Court .. H ll \ minis
C -WH nf SHIA:' Itilll N 510 .u.. I.IIH written that the II\: of Unknown : the .1
'I- mi f. 455 r I"R.lo"1 CouHjy, II.rhll. In Chan- ,, The taxes t h. are .I.I"n'n""Y certificates I r.'tt tax N'oTICI-3 |is ItISItEItY n That .f i the said prot und
] rty
I '
all I
m1 thence W 363 ft T tn.lleg.I.nd, Sec.". I |it|i.'ul.| 1. ,I.,"1. plaln-i I l i.erllflente .. 208 and 616 ...tI omitted or wlh taxes suliHeineii .iiclile c'. 1 \o".I." Imlder of Tax xnld certlfli ate No. 258 w.
I Iff. i
In Hterlll/.rd IlotllettThe I :3i: VH. Alice IteirlMter, Defenilent, ) antI : I. : held ;erllflcate I ". 671, IBBII..I' the itt I name of
Tp. 6 H. It. 22 I':., o.ntaln- ,ml the : reepectlvelv, and Sy the State, be advertised, and sold: I'nknown; Ih. a
.. I Acren.. m"r. or lens lily 'ri's. that relief prayed for belnnrl I'I,I reprenent( the, 'uiinHld, : taxen for to I ho highest bidder '.. cash iv .f July I A. I>. 1930. has filed I >f the said property (inch, i
: PiitiMe, ThutWK n"rr"fh." The taxes lo sold are evidenced the defendant a -h" years 152$ tn 1917. both Inclu- provided Chnpter ItJfiB Hams, I In my office and hae man. Jlflcate 262 was In the num. I I'
>h y certificates' I'l.Bldi-nt; of a Htai.e" or Country un ales amounting- 111081. \ nf the I" utlon for lax deed to be IB-I known: the
N. 670 and 1 3 of known, 1937 of the I assessment of
to .t.
I ha .
I plaintiff I upon Mited
''I 10 und' i liu! : 1 and that Lso-' In In the I 1..I"'n'ur. thereon. Said certificate emnracen | property under .
Wondiawn following :
t d 13/21 of
i' "ol:1 aui
AUK .... tit. ,"" r..r'.I"y yearn Ind 1'1'1929 Fl.irlda MM 1 IH no ,'pernfin in the State of H..'. I Ilk. S. H. 22 K., pontiilnlnir tb- Count" of..11.1. 1,1 I estate. the foil/living .1 ,.,..-II, ,. j Icaie 364 was In the imm.

i, in t 1 1937. both Inclusive.. i I nervli'e of 1..r.on.1 prnceen 10 P.'t..., for. or lenn. "Florida tn-wlt: State of '''''I'y In the County of Bradford'I ry Friedman, : the assesHm. >
I'IiES4lt1l5'1 ON t I.N. Imn111 ul"nhol w."I.1 I..r..nalv hind The tnreii to h.. are evidencedcertlfl.nte Nl' of NI5iof Uate of 'I"r"1. to-wlt: said property under said

EXIKKTSCARPENTER'S ; ALSONWH\ of RK', of Nt5'. I I ,I'5i". -'ilvit.1.1 d.r.nl.nt.defendant 11 OHI'I'I- "V No". (B' and 617 of ::1.'/, Sec. 13 Tp.N"V, It.SRI, K.of, South,i-r of Ial of Snutheant. QuarI I I N.,. Itr.tl was In the name < '
Hi-c 4 Tp 7 S. It. 2* K. i'ontaiiicres Inler. I'. Al. Ions and 1931 r..n..I".ly. and ren"enent r i".iiialiilng 60 2 H.'h".. (,Juarter nf I Fried man i the asxeHBment
ml t
a the I A.r. "
ing 10 "% more or pliilnt 1'1 hl (I.-j the unpn'd' .. for the less. 1 I ..rt.n 3: Tnivnnhln H fnn'h. i MIL If I lrktiia*u *i.i.lu. tt iirtlflcale
I. 1 on 4th ,
I .Th...... taxes he sold are ."I..< .1 h*'t w lB<* \h.a '1..1'day pro ... AI.rl. I will: y.nr. 1907 to 19.17. both Indu.lvo. The taxes to be sold ers evidenced H..r."" "", Hast: cvntalnlnl 20 SIS 1511Mm In lh
rtlflcii'es Non. 608 and ., ..nter.-d, .t..M. amounllnir to $753:1 t>v certificates Nos. 140 and 471 more or I. Unknown; the assessment '
TiE HF.XAM STORE I 'i"fl nnd 1913 respectively' and"nl..1 I In iiKHlMHt her r.r her fail ALVO; Lot 41 'Vt of Lot 41 1932 and 19:13:: and of I' The asBessment of th. said' prop said property under 6/7 of

i'B.'iit the faxes for Ihe yearn ,ur. npl..r. ; that thin order In Wnnfiiiwn :i' { Tp. 5 the ', re""I".Iy. represent arty un.I.r the said "ertth'II. IH. Mfi.ate No, 430 was In the ;'
i t I'17 both Inclusive, 1921 ,11..0 Oi. a week for four enn- S. It. 22 K containing; 1165 acres, to 7. both Inclusive. y..r. toil -liedvns In ills "am. lTnknown; the
w.< kM t a'sessitr ni
I" In the amounting
am"ullll Hra.lri.rd llnekernon.Unless .
92897.M. more or aid
I .
I. .
.. property .
; I'SIIMS \KK. .'lo'rci:. '
_ I "." SI .,.. 7 S 22 con'ring "rad'nrd imhliMheil III eertlflcnte Non, 314 and of :I.' *Wi', Mo. 14 Tp. } 'deemed .. .r.tn' t. ;'r''p- known : the ansessment of '
I .. County, FI.rldWITSI'HH 21 u. 21
19.11 and : I rty .'
It. 1111! ,
I\UOI.U \\KKNCE 20 Acren, mor. lens. fir hand \ r'wneu'tiveiy: K.. ""n.I"lnl 80 t.r.h will be sold '"'pcrir under said certlf!
N nut official i"1' A.re. or to the
.The taxes ti. h...hI nre evidenced' al. nf nld' c..r'hi. Bent linpnM taxes for the 'I"SH, highest at the court J60 was In the name of >,
NeBlntereil heel Estate: llroker I '>. "MlflrnteH N.. 14(17( of 19.13 re. i ""-I lOISFtT'IA1. .February veara' 1930 to 1917. both Inclusive, The' ti. yen tn be sold are evidenced house> door on the oI Mnnrlnv In Friedman: the assesment of '
"""'Ivelv. and r.pr..11 the taxes ( ) ) ""'lnln. to 'I.H. by ,'.rtl'h'DI. Nos. 142 and 474 of >" m..h ,,f April. 1918. which Is nri.p.rty nnd-r said certlfl

KKVM'I'O'VK'' I : PI. \. .r the years 1932: .. 137. both In-1 A J 1.\ : ..'. 4. t In Wnndlawn 'IUU2 in:'III:; and the 4th day of April: 193S.lOli 361 was In the name of uni. <--
lcl'M. I. naive. """"nln. tn U8 $9. Clerk' 'l'II'M"q. In Hee IS. TI.. S S. II. UN., I .'sent the *r".Io.t".ly.. ret'' '1"1 hue' 6th tIny *" 'bru"ry.1 the assessment of '
I LSO- Court I tl T.r years" 1931to ( the said t''
I __ I 2.f Plk I.'29 II.n'nn.I W 20 ft Addition of Lot' T I'radfnrd (..t'I"llt.n 1'I.r.I. .ontllnln.. 20 acres, more or 1987. b.th Inclusive, amolntng (OFFICIAL SKAL under was 2/15 In of the said certlflnv v3H.1

F. C. "''tninlnn., ". : TP. 7 S. It. .FlASK LANDItl'M fur The tnxen ti> be soul are evidenced U..1.Al.0: of ,.. 22 A. J. THOMAS, Friedman[ the name of /M
Hollingsworth I Plaintiff.
j 2- .. S 2--St-3-25. bv certificate Non. 271 and ((111, of ', ; S. It fW\ K.,S\1 P. TI Clerk' of Circuit. Court of Bald property .
under -
II I ,'h. taxes to be sold are Ino .n.1 1933 reenectlvely, Acres ."ltalnll" I Ii'adfrd .4,,. said
evidenced ano represent I, more or I. Cou"fjr' *'Iorlda l Slid was In the
t 1"\' mine
Hog And I "MO"and rtlfli-ntes Nt.n. 555 and 1611 I of 'V",, -tWK .'K v 1419 the unpaid taxes the 'ri,.....,.. to be sold are i vl>fj.ni.i I-St-I-Il. house.: the ......,a.,
Hominy to 'Ill. .
TnI .
both --
11'13 InclusIve fly certificates -- --- '
ucrS.ri5 -
.... 1..1..1"un.1 renMt : Fl.nilll> Nn. Ifio an'l' ----- property under said certlfl
'h. .. yearn 1929 It 0' anii.iintlna to '.0.2.( 11)12 : i.r 1"'IC'y OF 'TIOFOII 132 I In
'PPI.IC was
I".1 .
by the
I Iliad 113 and
.1 I't"7. l>ufh i I that IPI'.rtnl .rfda,1 In AlI: Lola In j, I r.'I".ly. \ : Lumber name of Ku
FARMS I, $76.15. 1"lu"I". a.n""nln. .A... Court. In See 1H Tp.3Ji S. W"o.lawn. 1 J"l"'iUlht;1 bot'i.,1 h .h. yesm'' 19.11'to ("ennte Mill >n..|itNiViT".K he Company; the asses. '
1 I ""'1(1'
n"Rlo",1 County, Florida, In u chan In'lu.I" I PrIn.rtv u.i.l.-r 7 i
rON" .T tOning 20 amounting
of *.
$1514 Ml5l'i rtoscoe mor. or lene. I 933 "5.AI.24c1 I"4"KRK8V (lIVEN. That "ertltflcate
f. No. flit
in Tp 7 H II. 1' .I'I.d. May, IMaln- The taxes to I, J7O was In Ih
23 K. : ,
I are evidenced' < r.I'II. ,
"O(I containing: !, \ liefendant. and bv : w >4 of Wit of $ C w.rd. holder of Tax if "M'no wn
Th.taxes\cren, more tn, or lens. '! ;the relief :; .yJIrr; '%.elng Divorce; !I 110".r.lh'al. Non. 218 and 627 of j Me.: I TI". 'I S. It. 22 15.. contain.W'4 ,(.rlt" No. 1367. Issued I h. 7lh t.'nlen. laId certificates -

: 'v .'..' ... N...sold.. .r. Ailil-nced. that the a r..I.n' of 11:3 unpalil reniiertlvely taxes, andrep.. InO 40 Acres, more or lens In August. A. D. 13. has filed t'elleon.sd arcordlnir In lai
Denmark .lrh'. llUIi: State for the taxes "m. my office '
a (
<>r to be ha. >
sold r..pi.rtl
__ I l '" suit the ''atI 159 are H deBcrllied therein
__ 1' lively the to 1037, both I .vl..nr. appllcHtlon
.pr..nt tnxen Plaintiff nnd that thsre no IncIunlve, by certificate N... 462 of a tax deed to be Issued Id t., tic hirenr ,
--I Furniture 'h. yearn "14. 1 9": soil 1937 In State, nf Florida. po..on''amounting tn "'II "" and thereon. Said certlfIcat. .tiid-
Co- Ch. Court-houBe
hl.'liixlve sinniintlng lo 921.3 service of i : Lorn \Voodlawn .lv.'y. represent I the taxes braces the em door on the fit
\I.SO: KS:: :of Hvfrt px-reonsl:: : process unnn whom would I' AI.lt"C. 4. for 'h. yearn 1133 to 19.17. both In- ., following dencrlhed day In the Month of Man 13V
"> Are IlPcel I New I A Wt,4 of personally hind the said iI j 1 Tp. S. It. S3 15., contalnlnir I ,'h'h', 0 ri .rtv In the County of WhIch
HK" Kx: K> defendant:1' .4. 'p. i. th
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I +* >$*l STAFFBPITOnINCIIIIDB'; Why Students Fail Boys Quintet Mothers AwardedFor I Madam SusyQDear I II I Students Hear We WonderWhat

Universities HardThe Children With I Simms' AddressWe
In Working
I ""RANGES PEEK I Madam Susy-Q: boy had a date with Dot

IS NT 1'JTlITOn-IN-CItIE1I' Told By BensonMr. Good AttendanceThursday I am a girl fifteen yours old and I I Sunday night, preventing her
';':. Ii ARnIET BENSON boys' basketball team Is j i am going to have my first date were very fortunate to have I from going to church
having a very busy week this to the show I I as our guest Friday morning, the
.f'. 1': n-iivTY: EDITOR Benson gave the Seniors an March 3, 1938, ut the Friday night to go of theFirst i How Vernle can concentrate at
){fUt ) (DOT) BI6HOP week. To begin with on Monday 1 I with Will write Rev. Simms pastor
: JRIldT a boy. you please
". interesting: talk Wednesday morn- P. T. A. meting the following school when her heart and her
Church In Palatka.
night, February 28, 1938, they went I Baptist ,
back rules of etiquette -
;.. IT*PORTS EDITOR ing; during the home room period, mothers of the high school students telling me some Mr. Simms received from his thoughts are In Havana Florida?
|BIU. PLUMMER to Lake City for a game considered that I may need to know?
.3TF.RARV EDITOR on "Why Students Fall In Col I, a practice! game but of coursea received certificates of Remember, this la first date, first remarks the attention of every Why all thifc, girls are so excited :
vr Mr Benson seemed to award for having children In
lege. student. All the about I no Ball this weekend -
MANNING assembly
I ELLA MAE victory would peak well for our and I don't know any thing at all
JOKE EDITOR think the reason they tailed was ': boys. But this game was not very school with perfect attendance about what to do. felt at once that our speaker wasa ? You know there's something -

EDNA PEARCE I lack of proper study while In high Important, because the district records: -First Date great chum to young folks, and about an uniform that getsa

SPECIAL REPORTER school. The Seniors agreed with I I Tournament Is coming up at the .Mrs. Tate Crosby Mrs: G. E I ho furnished plenty of good laughsfor girl.
MIRIAM OUY him and they Intend to do a little Griffin Mrs. W. C. Ward, Mrs all.
end of the week. ,I Dear First Date: I I How Christine Cutshaw Is'

EDITORIALS"A more studying so that will when be able they to I I Since our team has made as I Lola Johnson, Mrs N G. :Moody, | ,First my door, let me tell you His subject<< for the morning was were all so sorry when we heard

' ,, [ enter college, they that good a show this year a4 they have, Mrs Ellery Sapp, Mrs. L. B. Simpson -I I that you are wise not to have dates "What Is Your Name?" He ask she had to go to the hospital and
work than I
do better some '
Mrs. A. C. Davis, Mrs W. H. ed thin In such a hope she will be well soon and
< saldAlittle we feel sure they will make a until fifteen; no many girls start question way
113tudltn: : : thought have gone before them. :I Andrews Mrs. George B. Flynn, I '
good show in the tournament To I II \ going out too young. that I m sure (hut each person back to school. .
I {'+:/a ndallttle kindness are often The number of boys from Brad begin with, the boys meet Mason Mrs H. M. McRiio. Mrs. H. A. I present asked himself this question Why Miriam and Fran can t de-

':J".jlWorthJmore: than a great deal of ford that have failed at the University -,I, City Friday ttfternon, which shouldbe I Bishop, Mrs. Fred F Stump, Mrs. 'I Now for some rules of l'Uqu.tie: t and decided that he or she cide who to ask to the lunlor-
when date
Juaeineyp* A poor person can bejlstfaa' has given our school a Then at E. W. Hayes Mrs W S. Parker, ((1) DR ready your says would want to make their name : Senior Party? They'd better decide -
I a sure victory. our don'tgive
be but
will for
[ \ kind and thoughtful as a bad name. That is why Mr. Ben- I Mrs. J. G Godwin. Mrs. Freeman he by you, I I soon
mean something.
school start that Is if we win the the that have
perecfliwith money. son tried to impress on the minds Register, Mrs. J..1 Silcox, Mrs. ;( Impression you :I Why Ernie doesn't go with some
I first one, we play Cresent City, a been waiting for him. Instead look It wn truly a real treat to heurMI'
kInd- of the Seniors, the necessity toI W. L. Silcox, Mr*. J. M. Rogers,
little ?
There so girl
| are many i
I I strong team, which we hope to like have just finished getting Simms, and we hope that all
fnesseu that we can do, and so oftenwpleaY study and learn as much as possible beat. Mrs. T. B. Harding Mrs Ida you((2) When walk out to the pupils will hear him this weekat I Why Janie May Quarles gets so
i ready.
to ourselves that there is while In school. I George Mrs. E. L,. Griff, Sr., you many letters every week
If our team has no bad breaks i the car let him open the door and I the Baptist Church, where he
doing little kindnesses for There! are several reasons for Mrs. L. U. Morgan/ Mrs. Berry I .
no'Use'. they should go to the finals but, if help you In the car, and when getting Is holding revival services.TOlt.VAIM .
f people that they don't even appre- the failures in college. The great. Dyal, Mrs. C. S. Kelly, Mrs. A. L. Sound travels faster as (ho tern-
'I they don't It wont be their fault, out of the car, wait for him -- '|
$, because hard' out.
to the door and
they are practising open help you _
Mrs R. B. Thomas Mrs. W. C. ('A1'T.IiN
Jf wh,;think that. People remem- Some do not read well enough
each afternoon. (3) When In the show If
|brHUtIe things, even a cheery get the main ideas of a subject. Woolen, Mrs. D. L Brown\, Mrs. ) you go I II I WINS SPOT ONI'ONFKRKNCK I'
I ----.--- there Is not an Usher, your date
emilsiland and hello, can mean so I Poor health is another great cause I Onle Taylor, Mrs Fred Flume, ,(I I. : TEAM
\ I leads the way down the alnl>. If I
mUChto, them. for lack of studying. Some can't Meet the Seniors Mrs. E C. Lewis, Mrs. K. Spon- :: '
f "I haven't concentrate because they feel ill. holtz Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs R. there Is an usher, you follow him Friday< In assembly, Principal i t3, s t
So many times we say : land I! date follows (4) I II
Others have to work their I 1'AfI.INK ROSIER i M. Crosby Mrs. W. J. Markham, your you l I J. H. Benson presented Captain
the way
tim to be kind. But |
[ I I If you go to a pig stand or drugstore :', I Help Item Cleanse' the Blood
Dan Hazen with
Mrs T. N. Norman, Mrs. G B.Newsome a beautiful silver
and therefore A of the Senior
J Minister, of England, William E. through college, I girl Class not I : after the show, you tell your ; of Harmful Unity. Waste
F Gladstone, found time to carry a don't have the time to put on their known to many Is Pauline Rosier | ; Mrs G E. Cutahaw, date what want Instead of tellIng i basketball watch charm, which Your hlilmtva Sr. constantly, elt.rlnt
' little sick So there are several sides to the who halls from Lawtey. i Mrs. C. A. John. Mrs E. A. you Hazen won in the Cross City waat matter from I ha blood alram.Buikidtiyaiotni
to I
of flowers
|bunch a |
i : the curb boy ((5)) If you ride Touinament hisIt..llar llmmi lag In thulr work-daofc
So there seceral sides to the Sapp, Mrs. J. L. Lavender.The : by playing ..
are Natur ndwlfall
S crossing-sweeper. Surely, If an1mpo.tant This girl doesn't seem to make t a* to ranaov -
around a little after the show .
Dan I If
Captain was elected to membership ImpurillM the rcialnad, maypolaott
busy man like Glad- question, If we want to go to col friends easily and therefore sheIsn't following students also received -, is up to you to tell him when you I II I of the second team of the I :, lha.>ayatant. and tipMt th* who

stone Can find time to be kind, we, very well known to mnny awards: to And be tody raaehlnary.ttympUktna
| lege.Mr. are ready go home. ((6) Bu wan nee Conference, and becamethe may b* nor&na) harltaeha,
1 less Important, less busy people Benson brought out these but those who know her like her!l Billy\ Putray Gene Nogel, Everett -I, sure, when you tell him goodnight second Tornado in ..ai'alatant hvariarh: *.ftttarka of diaxinoaa, ; ,

|anfsurely find time for little points and several more. He very much. She has a grand sense Jones, Earnest Allen, Mann i at your door, to thank him :I to earn such an player honor many Randolph .ttunt ifeo up.yaa nliht-.. '.swelling..lInl of pmlln..s.nd.r ........
years ;
};s kindnesses, too.TIIOITGHTH thinks, that whatever conditions I of humor which Is one of her qual- :Goodge, Willis Trui'sdale, Odell for such a lovely time. I jixfoty Mid 1 loss of pap and atranitli.Otharallna .
i Quarles having similarly of kldn.y or bladder dl*-
.1'1' .._ __ tire, that we should do our beat ity points. I Jones, W. A. Saxon, William Cow- Just be your sweet-nntured self been, placed last season Coach .rriar nay b. burnina;, Manly or to*
[ FOR TilE WEEK The Seniors enjoyed the talk art Griffis, Azlel Jackson i I /1..IY.0t.dn.tlon..'
I. I She has hobbles such as Home' Billy during the evening, and I am sure Howard said there was no politic- Tbaraanould,bo no doubt that prompt
.1 We learn by doing. very much, and I'm sure will try Virginia Sewell, Melba Anders, trootmant lo wia-r than n* la.t. U.o
EC. and but that 'Inn I
swimming you will be asked out by this boy Ins: for Dan, us he advised all D.o.'. Ptlla./ Doan'a hero boon winning
2 We do things! follow the advice Mr. Benson Iris Crews Graves I I I
to Mary Ruby for .
all. Have you seen the ring she more times. coaches not to vote for now frloada naro than forty yaara.Tboir -
many mt'm.bl'r
I II any
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how I a natlon-wldo roputaUon.Ara
8 Not how much but them. Silcox, Ferol Jones Carl I
gave wears on her left? It Is not class | Crumpler
a I I Madam SUHyQ.i of the Slaike team. Nevertheless ro H Mld well.1, > ring. No offense, Pauline. I' Mary Alice Yarborovgh. Gloria _._-.-- enough coaches voted anyway oo atry:: Atk twur .gkb.rl:

4 {Keep ahead of the game. WII.\T MEANS: TO KK A She plans to be a nurse and we, Cooper, Billy Parker, Elizabeth i to put Hazen on the second team I

:5: Don't be a "can't doer." I PATRIOT I the Seniors, know that she will be'' Cox. i Mammy Sez : r and rated him as No.6 In the DOANS PILLS
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f you say a success. j The following received awards I tournament tl i
[Elementary Echoes' anything that will come between !' for Multiplication In Arithmetic: De Lit Women dance at de club 1 ___ __

.. you and your family your home I LILLIAN STUMP | Alice June Harding, DorothyBell i house was sho' a big success A 1'1'1

l""4' FIFTH-- -GRADE- and your country you had better' A great lover ut flowers Is the'' Onle Mae Starling, Middle- : to de joy ob do gals, gobs of de BORES FUNERAL HOMEFull

HI' came in Tuesday and pray to die, for it would be an one and only Lillian Stump, born ton Prevatt, Hogan Smith, Ger- I I football players from de Unlversl1 llm of Caskets gt Undertaker. Supplies

I ." |j Gray talk how the United awful thing to be without a family November 2, 1919. trude Davis, Doris Thomas, Retha 1! ty of ells here state corned, including -, hrLANCE SERVICE ]

,I.',.< gave States Its and a the on State governments home, and country. Never As a child Lillian was very j'I Geiger\ Dorothy Lee Johns, Fred i i Moon Mulllni! Nelson Davis, DAY. ANa NIUIIT
:\j think of anything else but servo and Paul Brock Dose gals really 53 PHONE 53
\ are trYIng to keep forests from healthy and, now, she is a pretty I die WImberly, George Flynn, Patsy j
I f! burned One ing your country as you are ordered brown-haired, brown-eyed young Keen, Katherine 1 Kenlaw, Comer had de cream of de crop at dut O. II. IIENNKTT. Mrr.
;;1Mlng cut down or up. I dunce. Pearce in her V IIOME-TJKK! INSTITUTION"
even If It carries you through Richard Margaret
ifboy-iSaid that if the forests in lady. I Perryman, Shirley Colley, I I
many hardships. Remember that Lillian Is and has Woodward Jimmie flowered chiffon aho' made a hit
friendly Billy P.ttray
atl cut and burned very ,
, JyFlorida; down:lit were would turn Into a desert, you belong to your country as you 1 a very pleasing personality, which Griffls, Frances Noegel Edward I with Nelson. Paul seemed to like I IHazel's I' ..

A said it would beJmorl belong' to your mother. A man will help her very much in her Brazle, Carolyn Green, Othme visitor from Jacksonville I'

I t tbutMr: Gray to Into flood. who Is true to his family, home, future plans. Her plans are to''I Griffis, Margaret Gilpin, Clarice tin' dat Moon Mulllns seemed to
turn a
;likely and country Is a true patriot.A I enter School for Nurses and make' Thomas, Gloria Buford, Julian like nil de honey chile. 1 For Expert RepairingSmith's
I He said there are so many swamps
;"'In;:Florida that If the trees were true citizen of the United the best nurse ever! A nurse with I McRae, Doris Prevatt, Gloria I Carol, sho' does use lots ob ;

:, ,cut down and burned the earth States Is protected by the government I such patience, good-looks sympathy -, Johns, Earl Owen, Richard Jackson stamps. Dat boy from Pcnnsyl-1'

':, would cave way in the swamps. anywhere he goes. We and friendliness as Lillian has, Dorothy Manning, Lounell I vanla who corned down to dls city ,

[|He.aid that we have forest ranger certainly owe it a debt that can must be called an "Ideal Uurse." j I'' Durden, Verlena Phillips, Ethyl las' Hummer sho' used a gob of I GaragePhone

.,;to fight and keep fires from only be paid by serving It. We Her hobbles are many for Lillian Gatlin, Willis Trueadnle, Irma 1 stamps too. I'se wondering if'n i

Breaking out. When lumber men can be good citizens-do what we says she has never seen any I' Jones. he am a coming dls summer. 11 I

'cut," own trees they have to leave know Is right and honorable. We kind of good clean fun that she The following students received don't know, but I spect so. | 120

t .treed: at a certain distance from 'can serve our school, town, and did not like to participate in. ', special awards: Dia mammy aho' hab de surprise'

[the tree cut down. community and learn to be the Lillian, old pal, we wish you I Frances Peek received the D. A. lob her llfes when her seed dot lef I'

I Miss Henson, Teacher. kind of citizen that would be desirable much luck, happiness and success R. award; Dan Hazen and Lillian han' of Vernle. DOPS you ails Wrecker Service Day or Night

Arline Dew and when we are grown. throughout your entire life. Stump the athletic; Janle Mile I realize dat In a few years dat all'!i

Bernard Jordon, Reporters. Written by Othma Haynes8th Quarles the commercial award; I I dose dignified Seniors will be :

Grade Literature. HAZEL MOORE i 1 I Margaret Davidson the English Mrnes or Mres with wlfes to support .

------. I would like for to meet ? ,
FOURTH GRADE '\ you award; Doc WainwrIght the commercial j NEWS

I fiWe started our study about Hoi- Lost and Found Miss Hazel Moore. Yes, Indeed, !,! award; L. O. Jones the i The cutest little gal
pond f and have made a scene on she is the striking-looking blond scholarship; Margie Matthews and i bob seen in ages Is dut Marzle I
girl in the senior class that halls i; will come to your hum every day through;
Othma the American'
Sour chll-
? ,sand table. Some of the Found-By the Juniors, that Hayes won Howard wlb her hair nil kinked
jdren'have brought Dutch children some of the Senior girls were try- from Jacksonville, Fla. She joined I Legion award. i up. THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

I to put on our snndtable. We have Ing to send more than one Invitation our class while still a junior and ,I I II Dill mammy wants to know who An International/ Daily Nnuifaftr

[.'few books on Holland also. for the Junior and Senior is now a very necessary member| Through the Keyhole I IB dat cute blonde Is dat am gibing It raoorda fur you th* world': clue eon aru.tlvs dolnis'rp. Monitor
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of the Senior Class. do** not xplolt I crlm I or notlhar data It I Itnor (him
Jg Wa have two new posters. They dance. Too bad girls, it just can'tbe I I PM *Ma. I Selma Thornton such u rush All'' but deal corractlvaly' with tham ..*.,Ia,.. fur bun man and all the
Fara about "The New Story of Hazel has her college career all j I family, Including the Wkly ......111. Smtlon.Th .
done. What a grand time everyone Mammy know Is dat him drlb >s a ._ ._ _._ _._
planned. That Is "if" Mr. Dan | ----- ----- -- --- ------ -- --- -- ------ -
$Ight Lost-By some of the Senior I had Saturday night! Who said (! black Chevrolet.De .
Cupid doesn't Interfere with her Chrlatun m-l nc* Piibllahlnv' I Boolaty '
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Mrs. Hart, Teacher. boys their class rings-we believe but who knows? She it wasn't going to be a good I j funnies ting rile seen dls I On, Norway Bcra-l Ballon Maaohutt. I
i riaaaa otter my aubaerlptlon to Th Chrlatlan Sxlano Monitor for
Mary Alice Yarbough, they were lost In the Sophomore plans, to the delight of the "boys"in dance ? Didn't Miriam look sweet week was aom' gals riding in one a our' : of
Reporter. class I f : It 00 1 mantba 14 10 3 raontba $2 I
all-colored dress? And ob dose air When dem
In that tsar .1aAu..l
Gainesville, to study one sum- Wednesday Ia'". Inrluillm Mavailn Section: i 19 SO. *
-- -.-- Found-By a few Junior and Dot was prettier than ever and honey chiles gols back to dls here

SllXTH GRADE MAKES Senior girls, that it's fun climbing mer there appeals, then It to seems her as, If after Tallahassee still partial to her black velvet. 'I good ole earth dey say deys neber Name ________.___________________________.__._____.. _

BIRD BOOKLETS trees. Talking about how people looked, going back dem clouds .... ...
which she desires to spend another among Acid'''' --------
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Found-By one of our popular opr'olIT
summer at the University of Florida there were several boys who look- again.
The meeting of the Sixth Grade Senior girls an elegant new diamond In dear old Gainesville, and led| pretty nice there, too. No Miriam am wearing gorgeous ole -
fwa* called to order February 23, ring.FoundBy. 'I
then fair-ye-well to Fla., and Hel- need to be partial! fashioned bracelet her Mammy
).938. Some of the chairmen appointed the Juniors and SenIors -
her back framed Alabam-
lo to Alabama. ,The peculiar thing What Is this strange power brung
| new helpers. that Mrs. Long means busi- about this is that with all my Edna has? Did you see that j I I my. I am a thing of beauty!
Strlngfel- and that she Is to ..
program.Margaret ness, going keep
ain't when a BELONGSIN
alertness I haven't yet discovered, : handsome football player hanging !! Mammy surprised
GW' our pencils busy now, and try to '
or uncovered, what her high ambition around her and flirting. But Edna j girl goes ober to Gainesville but is/r
[Desk Inspector--Charles Jones. teach us how to ourselves I
express 1 1that's when dat am some-
is in life. was quite Indifferent and maybe u boy goes' ,
[Board Washer-Lola Tyler and correctly on paper. YOUR ICE-BOX
thin! Last week, dut Bob Long I
''a w A very interesting thing about her secret. j I
Geneva Rigdon.Floor Ruth Hazel Is that she had rather wear Dot was seen three evenings this went ober dere two times to go

"" ders. Inspector-Betty SocietyHarriet trousers than dresses--and likes week-end, with Billy. Looks bad |I to de show. Ain't dat awful.Mammy'll I AT HOME i1f

Ba- pretty clothes and beautiful 1 Dot! | gib you three guesses

r keV'Window, Opener--Anthony Bishop spent Thursday things. 1 The Junior-Senior banquet and' who do. gal waR, an' clx first two I

Prevatt. afternoon In Jacksonville. To let you In on a secret 111 tell prom 'la getting nearer. To the'!' don't count.
Eraser Dusler--Harold
DusterGeneva Rigdon.. Frances Peek spent Saturday you-now read carefully boys--I boys, it's just another stiff collar ]I Mammy habent herd any ob dose'

ourlros night In Hampton as the guest of Hazel surely does like water andIs and flowers. But to the girls! I Starke gals yet, saying dat dey Is
We have making
booklets.enjoyed They are very att'rattlve. Miriam Guy. at home at her cottage at i "Oh, my dear, you should ee my ,, a going to de Military Ball yets,

I Clara Flume and Edith Rowe ,. Klngsley: Lake about six miles out l silver*lace," and "well, I'm wearIng but Ifn' some ob you goes, I'se
spent Saturday night la Hamptonas from Starke. blue satin," and "I can hard- hoping you hab a grand time.
to make a new I
PtWe are going I i
I mural about Sir Francis Drake and the guest of Miriam Guy. By-the-way, a little birdie just IIY watt till I strut out In my black I Has you alls seen dose picturesob I
I Clara Flume and Edith Rowe these Dot, Miriam, Edna, Harriet,
I)h|adventurers.'\; We have had whispered to me that Hazel would net. Tdk, tsk, girls i
[lovely flowers brought to the room spent Saturday In Jacksonville.John Ilke to model beautiful clothes in John had a good time Friday an' Fran among de branches ob a

rfoy&the' pupils In our class. We Torode was visiting In some famous Salon or be a stenographer -I night. Well, so did Edna. Bob, !'full blossomed plum tree? You

[have been book reports Gainesville Friday night. for some successful business and Doshla. It was a good show i: kin hardly see dose gals cause de
|;;,bout some bok we have read this Betty I'blllips spent the week firm. Personally, I hope she and who decant like going to 1 1I I tree am so full ob blossoms. Itsho'

ItnoDlh. We have been making up end with friends In Maxvllle gets to model beautiful clothes for Gainesville l ? What girl, any am a beautiful tree. De galsain't

rMorles and reading them to the Eddy Hartman spent Saturdayin she Is suited very much for that way! so terribly bad looking either I

raas. Most of them have been Jacksonville. career she surely has the looks\ Gainesville liked Margaret Edna kept de door at da Lil

I'ifood ones.HtWe Mildred Warren was visiting in and personality-Good luck from Pearce Saturday night. If you Women dance, an' Nelson Davl"l

have a new book in the Hampton Sunday. all the Senior Class, Hazel! wanted to find Margaret, you had wents up to her leben
Earnest Sunday A the deepest' auk her to dance, but ebery time ,
Dowling spent search through
l Ito I I
[room called Tobytown, VirginiaS !
afternoon In Jacksonville. and In the middle i she tolds him no. How any boddle a
crowd of
well two books to theI'jroom Department o Agricultures I boys )I
brought I I II
|' for tin pupils to read. Vernle Phillips was visiting In <: believe bovine tuberculosis ( you'd see some dark curls, and can refuse dat Robert Taylor, TyI e Icocold Coca-Cola U reedy (for

W Mlsa Kennedy, Teacher. Jacksonville Tuesday has been practically eradicated -I. black eye.-thnt was Margaret. I I I ronne Power, and Clark Gable She I Itoled I lib & you u>7 time you want it, when you
]Marzlo. Howard went shoppingIn from 44 states. You can't keep a good man : combined, beats dla Mammy.
Olin Reporter.
Hf i Jacksonville Tuesday. -- down! No. nor Vernon, either. him dat she would dance wlb I keep a supply in your family

(.\Wore than 10,750,000 women The 1936 Canadian cheese pro- He went to the dance with a braceon I hlmjjt de nex' dance Ifn' he comet!. refrlq.ralor. Order by the cas.

in In the Nearly all national forest land duclon amounted to 117,079,000 his arm and danced as well as So gala puts on you' best looking
lUnlted States gainful at employment the time of the is under observation of two look- pounds factory made and 1,032,000 ever. Which Is pretty good. (I dress. an' be dere an' maybe you r \ ((24 bottles) from your dal.r.HTAKKK .

3930 census. out stations. pounds farm made. Well, basketball season and my I all will gets to dance wlb him. a .

--.-. remark are over. I only wish Mammy. \

JPbbppers. first" o}ins of the Unlt- The Marathon\ race was !
nqT/Slates, were minted by a prl- ed because after the battle of covered wagons extended 2,000 one-hundredth as much as Sir Robert Hatfleld once estimated COC.Y0041BorTLLNo

IftIite contractor at first. They Marathon a messenger ran 22 miles from Independence Mo., to basket-ball. One more tournament I that the world loses morn

re Inaugurated In New Haven, miles to Athens to announce the Oregon City and Fort Vancouver, and gooti-bye! than U. OOOOO annually throughthe COMPAMY

B., In 1787 victory of the Greeks. Ore. --Peeper. I corrosion of steel.

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't i II J i -G-ir) Auxiliary I Arrested In Alleged Spy .Flat I u __ ___ of recorded the Circuit In the Court Office' r."I'.,, '11 i?, (dtn,,!-'

: FAVORITE County, FlorIda I ha\,. ,i ?
Celebrates AnniversaryThe and will offer d" :' for mil, "I, ,'t'i''
I the highest. "
,rr;: and heat 1,1,1i ,
of t. ,
Junior'Girls' Auxiliary r",
:, 3oc ctyj the Baptist Church celebrated its L RECIPESOatmeal I the to-wlt following: : ""ft'II.?"i ,,,th
The Smith-went
Febru- onnit'
first( anniversary Tuesday .. North-went Quart ""j,
ary 15.: when the leader, Mrs. R Thlrly-two, In 'l'ul,,,<1, ,
L Kemp, entertained for them at d Macaroon also Houth,The lunge or""..,,,,\ I j
It1H Mrs. Bertha Pearce has offereda Snuth-hult
her home. Knuth-hnlf of the .. j
Baptist Circles To Meet I Woman's Club To Elect The Valentine motif was carried e l recipe for oatmeal macarons this Quarter ter anti of the the North..\,, "' ,

Officers Next Week detail the main feature week. If you want to keep some of the South-uiiM, '" I.
The Baptist Circles of the W out in every North-cant On", ,
thing on hand to serve guests who five acres. In I the .
March valentine box. I 101. "", ,, ,
Monday, being a
M. U Mrs, D P. Carpenter, presidentof corner) of Section T'roNn..hlp .
7. Circle Number One, Mrs L. O. the Woman's Club of Starke The girls made a Jubilee Valen- :: drop around in the evening thereIs Five 8<>uth,\\, ,

a Powell, leader, will meet with will preside at the regular meeting tine for the W. M. U. and also a r nothing that we can think of lie Twenty-one. nold the Kant, it,,.
on ,
Kb d|
Jordan at her home at the March Jubilee baby bond.Accomplishments. that would be better than these 1138 n \
Mrs. Wednesday afternoon, T i at the front d.i..,
State Farm at 3;30 o'clock. 0, at three-thirty o'clock In the of the year I cookies. Just try them some time Court House In Him, I," I

Circle Number Two, Mrs. J. M. club auditorium.The were discussed by the membersand : ) ? soon if you want something really end Hf-imrateiy the name" or to t<,ireih lie. Mi?, I ,"

d Brownlee lender, will meet at nominating committee appointed plans for the coming year I good. much thereof ax |1M 11 .
KHtlxfy I the Hold
1 vxi.utCON
three o'clock at the home of Mrs. by Mrs. Carpenter will were made cup shortening !.* and to be Hold dI',",
i iWiggIns served her *K 2 cups brown sugar legal! hours of ..
T K. McCIane with Mrs. One the of the officers Mrs. Kemp: guests I 5 nle
present refreshments of punch and cake a .lea ,i 2 eggs, well beaten Thl 2nd day of HVIH, ,, ,,
as co-hostess. for the ensuing year to be elected A. O. ANOH''
Circle Number Three, Mrs. L. A. by the members of the club. The coke was attractively decorated I NEW YORK CITYGunther Gustave Rumrich (left), former 1 cup of coconut Center Sheriff!' rtraclfnrd ('011111! I
with red candy hearts and United States Army Sergeant and an alleged deserter; and Johanna 2 cups of flour Hiimnierclll,
Canova leader, will meet with Mrs Mrs. O L. Beasley was appointed Attorney for Plttlnllff'
red candle. Hoffman of Dresdan a hairdresser on the transatlanticliner 3'/a'\ cups oatmeal 3. .
Ralph Alvarez and Mrs. Paul Ray- chalrmnn of the nominating: committee one burning Germany -
mond at the home of Mrs Alvnrez -_ar-.----_- Europa, whom J Edgar Hoover, director of the Federal Bureauof 21,4 teaspoons baking powder : -
Bobbie Biggs Is Honored Investigation, announced were under arrest In alleged plot to sell 1 teaspoon baking soda
at three o'clockGUARANTEED Annual reports will be given by rI '
United States Army and Navy secrets. % teaspoon salt I
- --- all the present officers of the club. At H'nlnoiTr, >nofBobbie _. T r"r"t.. T r
Hostesses for the afternoon will I'' ream snonening with sugar. LVV.1A \..
BARGAINS bo Mrs.. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. M: B. Blgga; was the honored I WORRY WORRY, WORRY. IT NOW SEEMS NOTHING Add eggs, sift flour, measure, and
guest Tuesday night, March 1, sift with baking powder, baking-
when his mother, Mrs. E. L. Biggs, soda, and salt. Add 1 cup flour BIG SAVINGTO
John Uglow, Mrs. W. A. Webb, entertained for him with a weiner No one can deny that Starke Is turned face up in the middle of to first mixture. Mix thoroughly
Mrs. Fred Hazen, and Mrs. L. A. I socially minded. Someone once the table. It goes to the highest Add
and marshmallow roast at the coconut and oatmeal. Add YOU
Brown. home of Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long. I remarked that there are more bidder who may exchange it for remainder of flour slowly. Mix
Bobble celebrated his eleventh bridge clubs here per capita than any card in his or the dummy'shand. thoroughly. Drop
r by teaspoonfuls
f l.iAYS] I Auxiliary to lt birthday anniversary at that time. i I any other town its size in the on to well oiled baking sheet. Press NOW YOU CAN AFFORD/

M \lIC'1I in.IT 1 The Ladles Auxiliary of the During the evening Bobble and United States And for this very Whereas a book now Is six cookies flat. Bake in slow oven

1 ,.IH, 111 SALE Presbyterian Church will meet at his guests played many games and reason many lovers!' of the game tricks a five-suit bok is eight. ((323: degrees F.) until brown. One PROFESSIONAL LAfX.

LISTEN TO RADIOCARPENTER'S' the home of Mrs. II. H. Young contests. Betty Hayes won the are dreading the confusion, the Instead of bidding "one" as in half cup nuts may be added if de. DRY WORK
Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock. prize for guessing the correct sleepless nights, the headaches, auction or contract you have to sired. Time for preparing 15 I AT NO ADDITIONAL -

Mrs. R. F. Clark has charge of the number of grains of corn in a jar. and the family spats seen In the bid "nine." That's for simplicity.And : minutes.

program and Miss Lucile Mitchell Betty received a set of jacks as offing with the advent of the newest the game needs all the elm. COST A\
craze-a deck of cards con- plicity it can get.
will lead the devotional. Instal- her reward. Lorene Moncrlef won REAL
lation of officers will be held. the prize, a charm bracelet, for taining five suits! The new game is a product of '\10'1'1,1,) OF SHKIIIFF'e N'LI'1 LUXURY
Bridge played with sixty-five the imagination of a Viennese NOTICK IS HKUKHY LIVEN that
the girls in the donkey party game under and by virtue of that certain
Circles To Meet and Leonard Peek won the boy'sprize | cards Is said to already have Eu- scientists, Dr. Walther Marseilles. execution l issuing out of and under
Monday Scoring ia different from the Heal of the Circuit ,
a detective game. rope "by the earn; just as fifty- contract Court of the
Circles of the Woman's Mission- two card bridge has a lot of peo- as It Is played here. So are the and Third for Judicial ifayett Circuit County of Florida In In
I After roasting the welncrs and a cause
ary Society of the Methodist ple around Starke. values of each trick. So are slams.In therein pending wherein J. M. CJorn-' DRY CLEANINGMENS
marshmallows in the outdoor fireplace to nn Heeelver. of the Oltlxenw Hank
A church will meet Monday after- on the lawn the young The king and 'queen of England five-suit, there Is a little of Mayo was plaintiff and T. U. SUITS 2 or 3 piece.:'k
noon at three-thirty o'clock. Cir- slam, a grand slam and Hundley
a super wall defendant and the aid
cle Number One, with Mrs. Char- guests were served punch and recently purchased two sets, but slam. Judgment being Rxxlitned to H. T. HENS TROUSERS ______. .10..
a Individual cakes. Mrs. Biggs Americans will have to wait a few I'utnal and Z. II. Putnal and being MENS TROUSERS, Sport3.V\
ley E. Johns as circle chairman, Only one!!! thing seems to standin
will be was assisted In entertaining and weeks because the only commer- MENS TIES _____________ 10.
entertained by Mrs. W. A. the way of popularity for the
the Mrs. cialized set In this country just MENS II.
serving guests by Long. \TS. cleaned anti
Fischer, at the parsonage. Circle new deck. It baa-not been
Number About fifteen of Bobble's classmates cleared customs. '" .... 1:" ........"..__...___ __. __approvU. _u__- hfr1tgil blocked _________n_ 7A
Two with Mrs. L. A. Da- cu My M tJ m Uluci .uu, WUUSO WUI'U
vis were present to enjoy the Cards of the new suit, bearing a MENS LEATHER Jacket. 7jr
as circle chairman, will be en- Is law to many players, not only in
with him. solid green crown on the faces, MENS OVERCOATS _._
tertained party Starke 5.V ,
by Mrs. W. E, Middle- but all over the country.
I ton. are called "royals," the highest He says: "Five-suit bridge Is a LADIES DRESSES, 1-pc. (ilk

a Loyal Temperance LegionThe suit in the deck. You can play false alarm. Most people can'teven LADIES DRESSES, 2-pr. 701.
contract or auction) with the new '4 LADIES DHKSSES.
Loyal Temperance Legion handle four-suit bridge and Big Days
F' set-if you can play either with 1-P"- (Evening) Tr:
FRESH I know -----
T.'C. MERCHANT FISH will meet Tuesday afternoon, I the regulation deck you have now.Here's some that are pretty bad LADIES DRESSES-
(!Marilxon Fla NewnpoperPubllxher March 8, at 3:30: o'clock at the even with two suits." I MtIK'II Jfl.
I ; ) All Kinds Also Shrimp home of Mrs. R. L. Kemp. Chil-I I how: And for once in their lives, many j' IT. tXwsflIS1N SALE Z-pc. (Evening$1.15)
i Each LADIES SKIRTS _____ _. Sir
Candidate for player receives sixteen husbands in
dren from the age of nine through Starke will hope that +
U. S. SENATORS OYSTERS twelve are urged to attend cards and the one remaining is Ely Culbertson is right. I TO RADIOCARPENTER'S LADIES: COAT SUITS,
2-pc. .
t J-" QT. ________ __ 53c; ----.-- LADIES COAT SUITS,

i1 "Let the People ThcmsrUes I'T. On._ __. ._n'n__ 30c Study Class To Be HeldA D. C. Holds March Meeting; Honors the Late Col. Weeks I 2-pc. SwaggerOlr! :

Vote on the Question. BEFORE /2 PT. ._ 15c study class of the W. M. U. of and Presents Candidate for State Office LADIES COATS ShortSk
Being Plunged Into "ForeignWar.
the Baptist Church will be held at LADIES COATS, Longv 61*
." Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mrs. S. E.
our late Col.
the paatorium\ Thursday begin Brownleee Mrs. William T. Weeks WHITE FLANNEL nre'J..E'''
Vote For Merchant In The Democratic THE ning at ten o'clock. Mrs. S. E. and J M. Brownlee I for whom our chapter was named. or Suits _______2.V' Extra:
Primary In May, and he MAGNOLIA :Mrs. G. B. Flynn were host ,We think of his
will vote for You and Your Children Sparks, study leader, will be in name with honor, PLEATED DRESSESr
In the Senate. FISH MARKET charge of the meeting. Pot luck T.esses Weeks Monday afternoon to the W. i love and reverence; honor because garment ____?.25c Extra:
Chapter, United Daughters of
_. luncheon will be served at noon. his bravery patience and loy-
Mrs. of the Confederacy, at the alty to the Southern Confederacy
urges every memberto home of Mr. and Mrs. Wall. Dogwood
attend. throughout the whole four years of
blossoms and red amaryllis the deplorable period called the Believe
lilies added to the charm of the War Between the States. We thinkof LAUNDRY

Have You Read? living room where the meetingwas his memory with love becausehe FAMILY BUNDLES

E ASK US. held. was a veteran of our own home
All Work Finished
PEPITAby The president Mrs E. K. Perry- town; he was the father of threeof it
V. SackvllleWestOnce man, presided, in the absence of our) faithful chapter membersand
20 POUNDS_____lOc LB
embarked on the careers the secretary. Mrs Marcus F. a friend of all who knew him. _ ..1. __ _. __ u __ ____.__._
of this Spanish Dancer and of her Brown acted pro tem., and the We think of him with reverence I.rna assay zu: .'Ulll'lU-*-
or :no FLAT WORK ______ 60 LB.
English Lord you are not likely to chapter finances were reported by because on April 18, 1933 his faithful -
About our New Automobile Lia- set the book down. the treasurer, Mrs H.. B. McLen- spirit was translated from his PERSONAL WEAR____lOe LB.

don. 'i' loved earthly home to his heavenly FAMILY ROUGH DUYFlat

bility Policy. It saves you money HELL ON ICE At the last meeting the chapter home in the "land of the Some day
by Commander Edward blessed." Work Finished
Ellsberg voted to present the name of Mrs.

and it is protection cannot afford The saga of the little ship "Jean- L. A. Davis as a candidate for a The historian. Miss Amelia Ray, you are going NO BUNDLE LESS THIN

I you !nette.,"_ JI. 4FOREVER. state officer; and the president announced reviewed the subject suggestej for 15 POUDS________ Oc LB.
'. that the' following had the month of March which was to wish LESS THAN 15'

I to be without. jj;: ULYSSESby been sent to the, forty-one chapters "The effect of the cultivation of were insured POUNDS _______ 6c LB.

C. P. Rodocanachl in the stat: "The W, T I cotton upon the .final destiny of you, with
I II A first novel A tale of ad- Weeks Chapter, No. 1590. United' the Confederacy.

t'. venture. Daughters of the Confederacy has The hostesses served a delicious Johns & Wainwright Starke

the honor to present its charter chicken salad course with hot cof ,

I THE TROJAN HORSEby president, :Mrs. Lewis Allen Davis, fee. Starke Fla.
Christopher MorleyA State chairman of Education and Besides the hostesses, Mrs. Wall,
.l, All forms of dependable Insurance famous classic love story Past Vice-President of Brigade Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Mrs. J, M. I

modernzied. No. Two, for the office of Vice Brownlee, there were present:

President Florid Division, U. D. Mrs. H. B. McLendon Mrs. MarcusF.

4 The above and many other new C. at the annual State Conventionto Brown, Mrs. G. W Brown of YOUR COOKING

fascinating books of all types and be held In Orlando in October, Lawtey, Miss Olive Ray Mrs. L.

tastes will be found at your Public 1938." F. Chapman of the State Farm,

8r 8r 8 Library in the Woman's Club Miss Olive Ray, registrar for Mrs. L A. Davis Mrs. W. E. To- USE GREEN'S FUEL

Building. Open daily except Sun chapter, stated that since our last rode, Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. .

days from one until six o'clock p. meeting there has been a birthday A. M. Darby, Miss Amelia Ray,
m. Get a book or join today. anniversary In which we are all Mrs. L. A. Rennolds, Mrs. J, E. ODORLESS CLEAN INSTANTANEOl"If !

Interested. February 15, 1938 was Wilson :Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, and you are not familiar with this Wonderful

Bishop Juhan Injured the 100th birthday anniversary of Mrs. John Sax of Baltimore, Md. New Gas, ak one of our many satisfied

Friends here of the Rt. Rev. customers in Starke about It.

a Frank A Juhan, 'D. D., Bishop of Boatdrain Services Mrs. Hattie C. Johns DiesMrs' DISTRIBUTED BY CLYDE CII.UIBERLAINGUEEN'S
M1 the Episcopal Diocese of Florida, '
v will regret to learn that he was Services will be held at the Boat- Hattie C. Johns, 42, died at FUEL CO., GAINESVILLE, FLiT \.
Injured in an automobile accident drain school house at 11 o'clock her home in Hampton Wednesday

near Green Cove Springs last Sun- Sunday morning. The Rev. R. L. morning following an attack of .

: ARE COOPERATING WITH day. Ho is reported to be In "good Batten will preach. pneumonia.She ) I Isf

condition;" however at Riverside is survived by her husband,

Hospital In Jacksonville, where he Wasdin Announces Bolden Johns; three step-children,

NATIONAL USED CAR was taken following a collision Mrs. Erma Bryant, Jacksonville,
f with a truck that swung across' R, S. Wasclln has announcedthat Merrill Johns Jacksonville and '}4a yMSIMM

the road after it hit another truck. he will be a candidate for Mrs. tattle Parker, Hampton; one

EXCHANGE Bishop Juhan Is well known here, county commissioner from District brother, Rosco Griffin, of Sidney, S :

WEEK I having appeared frequently at St. Four. He will be In Miami for two Australia; and one sister, Mrs. .

I Marks Episcopal Church. weeks on business but will return Maggie Oglesby Glenville, Ga. : .. / ,

home then and make an active Mrs. Johns was a native of w.

Moore Will Run campaign he said. Glenville, Ga., and was a memberof

J H. Moore announced this week .-- the Christian Church. She
Investigate These
i Values: that he will be a candidate for reelection District Townsend Meet was married to Mr Johns in 1919

to the School Board from In Starke.
The Second
Congressional District
1934 CHEVROLET SEDAN District One. At.the present time Board of Townsend Clubs vill Funeral services were held at
Mr. Moore Is serving as chairman the grave in Santa Fe Cemetery
meet In
1935 FORD executive session at the
: of the board. court house in Wednesday afternoon at 9:30:
Macclenny on
1934 CHEVROLET Y2 TON TRUCK day March 6, at 10 o'clock sun-I o'clock of Jacksonville with the, officiating.Rex. J. B. Dixon Ar-,

I At two o'clock in the afternoon amass
I 1936 CHEVROLET Y2 TON TRUCK meeting will be held at rangements were in charge of De-
; Witt C. Jones.

s 1936 CHEVROLET COACH ; which heard in time a Dr.radio Townsend broadcast will be Active pall bearers were: H. B. $39.50HART

1936 FORD TUDOR & forJUSTICE I Andreu Wiggins,,W.A.H.A.Jones Durden A,J.A.Thomas O.-

Auditors Here Claude May.

'Of THI I L. L Warren, and W. B. Johnson ---.

SUPREMECOURT of the state auditing depart- More Apples

T rode Chevrolet Co. / ment, have begun the regular Relief clients will receive a distribution FURNITURE CO.

eaeea use audit of the office of clerk of the of apples Saturday
circuit court here. It Is expect morning from 9 o'clock until
1; ,- STARKE, FLA. I Democratic Prlaa&,1.9)8, ed that the work will take several Mrs. Ruby Raymond, commodities Starke Fla.i

T..ep.n.w..0. A,,,p.V.s..,,r.ul.ne.d t.. m 0.. months. The last audit was madein chairman, asks all clients to .

fed'p.. 1934. bring cards and containers. ,

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I Mr. and Mrs, j,|.. M. Brownleewere Second Sight erings. \o'ru' Of ""....: OP T,\X all iiibxequrnt omitted-- or -Levied-- -

guests Sunday\ of their son ____ H_ I II The first meeting will be held CMIITIPM'ATKMNOTICB Hum will lie sold lo the highest
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. March 11, I Friday evening) when : ; IK HEREBY C11VKN that Milder at the Courtliounn door In
Htnrke on the IHIh day of
; March
IIIllY"", Jr., hall flied with me
'" Bits of John M.: Brownlee in GainesvilleMr. Dr. E. F Pace, whose winter, wrltltin rftoiient that the lax ""1'- IMS:! at 11.60 nVIovfc A. M.
t ',: |latnrl. thin the I6lh
i ley I home Is Orlando will be the llfltatex. together with all Rdhxnqtient rots.111FFtl'IAL:\ day of February -
W.W. omitted nr levied taxes hold
i' ( and Mrs. Page and t speaker bv the State be Hdvertlxvcl and Mold HI'A: I.)
", .., Martin and of Orlando Dr. Pace's cartoons to the hlKheHt. ttlddei., for, rash an. A. J. THOMAS,
Billy scripture
son. .
t ",;:i"" &' |provided by Chrtptel 182ml, of the1I'I7 Clerk of CIrTolt <:nri of
.,Lt; ,. ,' Local NeV\ were guests Sunday of Mr. and which are a regular feature In the : sots. of (the. Log Islit 0u.e, upon Hradfoid County Florida.
the ::1-. .11 .t t IH
following denerlhid .
j tJ;"; .'vY>i Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss Kato' Sunday School Tlnws, is one of 'the County of Ilradf'iid.real state! eMtateIII of ,
Struth. the outstanding Bible men of the HMmlda, to-wll -- ---- --
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1 day and his meeting In Starke Is Nlb"t\ of HKV4: See 31 Ti) | I II) H !II
'h I'l 1'.., ciinlitlnlnH 40 A,.1 11 rs. "atm., .
,I PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY AND the first one on this trip which he or I Ices .
Miss Gloria Johns and cousin c/xqgg
y'l will make that takes him north % ,
r; ; Tommy Bitch of Jacksonville The .taxes to be Hold me vidi m',1< I
.' ,l 1Jlf to Boston were he sails for liy rvrtlftcate. No.. a uf 1 id.) rr- r
were here Sunday visiting Mr Eng-I KIKH'tlvvly, and repr..xent unpaid j I
land Scotland and Ireland
and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs, taxes for the years lli.U in 1IU7,,
missionary journey. both Inclusive. anwuating to $52 t'l.A !
M*A. F. Sauls spent Monday Mrs. R. A. Wells of Palatka, Is Carrie Ritch. I I.No: tlWof i 8W4 Nor 15 iTp i I
In Jacksonville. the guest' this week of Mr. and -y An evening with Gospel Pictures II H. II, 1<> Id, containing 4.
Aerex I
more or lexx.Tito
Mrs. N. Sternberg. Mr. and Mrs. A, F. Sauls and and Bible message both in song

Iles J. P. Roberta spent the Mrs A. H. Green visited the Ravine e4 h.... and word awaits all who attend. by eertlflfllte tax: H tt>NOH.he sold 1 and are II,"\ Itli of ni 111.12and eil I '
: LL ---i ----A 111,13: recpeetlvMy. and 'iwpreHelllthe SALE
weekend In Brooker. Gardens in Palatka and Mr
Miss Lucile will attend
unpaid! taxox for the yeai'H mill I 111It1'/1 loin
the Military\ Ball festivities In and Mrs. W. G. Halle in Hastings, Sciatica is a form of neuralgia to 1I7.!': but h Inclusive, amounting IT. IN. 'It
which affects the sciatic nerve to U1.29.! .
and Mrs Cason Sunday afternoon.
-Mr Tommy Gainesville this week-end. A _____ .\LHO: :H"j' of NVof HWH LISTEN TOCARPENTER'S.'iDIO:
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spent_Sunday in Wllliaton. Her 36 '1"'. 6 S It III I'J. <'ontiilnhiK I
Friends of little Minnie Lou Ha- del a Pumice la a porous froth-like 20 Acres more 01" 'IttKM
Mrs. L. E. Moseley and daughter -
The ,
taxes to tie xold ale evldeneed" .
Be4eoted Sea Island cotton nerd.I. Edna Mae spent the weekendin zen will be glad to learn that she volcanic glass M leitlfleate NIIH. I and 10 of 19.12
$ 'per bushel. S. R. John. Jacksonville with relatives. has returned to her home here aft- rollnittt'IIVaII and lli.'l.l: rexptu'tlvely. and reprexent. '
er being confined to a Palatka hoe IN; '1'111.1 1"111("11'r cm iir the, "unpaid taxes for the yoaru 10.11tu
ri:17, both InoliiHlve, to
' [Coll and Mrs. D. E. Knight Mrs. A. H. Hall. Miss Elizabeth pital because of illness. Arthur Lehde son of Mr. and ll>\. IN C'II \(N'OI"('1)111.rctJuuheth ''I"\.. "I.n"-j 1311: 1 rMaid>. amounting j I
pettfrThurBcIay' in Jacksonville. I Mrs. John Lehde, of Beaucoup. II Lamb and lax c.LI tifli'utoH' tuKiithiM" with
Williams and Miss Edna Hutto
1.111111., nor hiiMtutmlomplalnuntM.
Illinois was blinded In an auto accident lanu
Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
spent Sunday in Jacksonville. Wainwright <* \(
Misses Clara Flume and EdithRowe and family of Tallahassee, spent lust year.- Since then he has \-.. i
trained the family bird dog to be JIIIMCH. I. WhlHiinlll.. ct al i
spent Saturday In Jackson the week-end here as guests of Mr.Wlllnwrlght's No'rlt'I: IS HUltiCIIY: IIIVKN TUnity I
Mrs. Florence E. Canova and parents Mr. and his "eyes" and last week the boy Hvilfllnh. Urow Reddish ami !

'vifle4eo1 Mrs. George B. Flynn: spent Wed- Mrs. N. D. and the dog entered the University James I.. Whltlnjrlll. and each ofthem.
Wainwright. and If dead to the
,' If. V Knight was a business nesday afternoon in Gainesville.The of Illinois. Lehde who will take unknown alive htlrv, devisees, legatees. I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSWILL
up journalism depends wholly on grantees or HHNIKIIH' of each of the
ill or in Macclenny the first of Mrs D. P. Carpenter and Mrs.
the week, Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shep- T. T. Long will spend the week. I the bird dog to lead him about. I above nun .been named riled' defendant against each that of a :suit: I
herd and J. F. Klckliter were vis- 'ourt for HI'.utrol'lI.
end in In the L'lri'iilt <<
Baxley, Ga., as guests of U.l.nmh .
Klurlelii, by ICllintirt
Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin, of iting friends in Palatka Sunday.Mrs. their brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Wagner JOhnRon.1 County.and her husband James UK HUN CONTINUOUSLY IN THE

J Lawtey, is spending this week in Mr. and Mrs. T S. Slade. of Tallahassee, have l.anib., for I the I>lIrl>oHo to rumovttrloudH
[Griffin Ga E. M. Thomas, Mr. and and are' and I and quiet the title. to the TELKC.ItAI'II; UNTIL PRIMARY
Starke occupying I, follow'log defter!!bed! Baal, lying and
Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson and son, Edgar Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Tingley, of apartment at the residence of Col- I holnir In in ml ford ('( tIIitY. Klorl'la,

|Mr.> and Mrs L. S. Dunson, of spent Sunday In Jacksonville.\ Sacksvtile, Canada were guests and Mrs. D. E. Knight. Mr. Johnson to Lots wit: I 1. 2, 3, 4, !9. 10, 11 anil" 12 I IIl. MAY 3 FOR

Palatka, were business visitorsMonday. Monday of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. is state auditor and is a son of riloik 4 and Lotx 1, :2, 3, 4,
of a I 10. II, and 12 of tllk I 3 nf A.
Mere- Miss Mary Edwards Lawtey Kemp. Mr. and Mrs. Tingley were of Judge J. B. Johnson former < AlvarvK'n Addition' to Town
Ili- was the guest Monday night of en route to White Springs. state senator of Live Oak. of Starke, Pla.; .also. begin at
Misses Helen and Marlon Dowling. Southoaxt corner of Lafayetteand
Miss Gertrude Heerlng, of Green
Atlanta Hta In Town ofMtaike.
{Cova Springs, was visiting friends Mrs. Marcus F. Brown, Mrs. A. .. and run Bouthernly! $5PAYAKLB
W.- i Miss Marjorie Stump and Miss aide| of AdantN HI.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hart will lung I KiiMt
|her tbia weekAfni .
; Z. Adkins and Mrs. L. A. Davis; Esther Schowe, students at the 210' ft. for point of boif Innliixthunre -.
have as their guests this week-end
lu direction. 2R7 ft
were at Glen St. Mary Tuesday same
'' T. K. McClane and Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hart, of Florida State College for Women to hinds nf M A'.. Ity. thenou
son are Jacksonville.Mr. purchasing shrubbery to be planted will spend the week-end here us North H:.l! ""lirr""MV"t 477 foetto
wending this week In Gainesville on the Methodist church lot. Kant line of ToniHett 'lands'
V ith relatives. guests of Miss Stump's parents, thence Nor'h on Rant line of IN ADVANCE
and Mrs. J. D. Doyle and Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. Miss .ohl l land 3111!) feel to Mouth Unaof
Mrs. Ella Sassee Mrs. Catharine J. I Miss Mlna Manassa was visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. T. King, of Jacksonville Stump and MIss Schowe will attend Town of Htarkv, thenrn 1'oHI..rll-
Travis Mrs.
Annie Harrison the Military Ball and other Iv: on said, Houth line of J. O.
relatives in
jfrteoda in Orlando and Daytona were visiting Mrs.! Mln Weatherly and Mrs. R. "'IVILI'''.'s Addition and t imrillifl .
'Read{ last week.E. Starke, Sunday. J. Davis visited the Ravine Gar end.festivities in Gainesville this week! with Lafayette to uolnt St. 601 i>of feet tirttlnnlnic orIheieahoulH -

dens in Palatka last Friday. coiilitlnliiK 3 and in/loo
F. Pace, of Orlando, will Mrs. W. E. :MIddleton and Mrs. -- HITCH. moos or IPHH, sold landchellllf

J speak at the Tabernacle Friday Hogan Smith of Sampson City Mrs. B. Jacobs and -Miss- Rosa- The Rev. Mother, Sister Esther 2N. Tup In 18 SVV'4. It.of 22 HWVi K. of H"o. BRADFORD COUNTY

fnlght, March 11.LMrs. were visiting friends In Jacksonville lind Jacobs spent the week-end in Carlotta, who conducted a Quiet And you &nd each of you, and all
Wednesday.Paul "persons In Interest are ordered and I
Jacksonville, as guests of Mrs. Day service at the Episcopal iiilifd| to appear In said Manse on
: R. J. Davis, Mrs. Catharine Jacob's son-in-law and daughter Church Thursday was the houseguest Monday AM, 'II 4th IIIlH I : to answer TELEGRAPH

Travis Mrs. Ella 8lt see, Mrs.AUJIIO E. Canova and son, Paul E. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nuasbaum. of Mrs J. M. Alvarez while Haiti 11111 of Complaint xo exhlblledngntnst ,

.." ... ww'_ ..___.___. Mra. UI_ ."._... III. of Ocala.. were week-end IM... the nit She Jo.., .An.. ....afVAO. ...I'nh I I n.l you.IkuMd an ilcfi-nilnntH In n ,I,...,.._ rtV falling thi.I
ra.ii "'U" j'uu vvCHLnerlyvtand I -- Y '-' a '
::M. will ;; ; Io'i;:;: "KiHt.y., ;; .
guests of Mr. Canova's mother, Court
Ident of the U, D. C and -
Rhodes attended organized
Ralph Mr.
and Mrs. A. D. Williamson It I In further, ordered, that thlno "JI
,,(tb e musical concert at 'Penney Mrs. Florence E. Canova. of Bradenton, were guests Friday the W. T. Weeks Chapter In I lee lie published, onee a week fat -. -- ..
four consecutive weeks In the Itrad- -I, _
friends --
last Starke. She has -
s Thursday. and Mr. many
Saturday and Mrs. H.
1far ford I'ounty: Telegraph' a newspaper -
All members of the Y. W.
A. are A. Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. Williamson here to whom she will be at home having a icanoral circulation I
urged to attend the business pro- and published' In llladfold '..ullly.
( ). She
were en route to New Or- today Friday was accompa- Florida.
ftfAKE BUTLER BANK gram meeting Monday night at leans., nied here by Sister Harriet Mary acne and ordered at Starke. Fb..01'. GROCERY

7:30 o'clock in the church. who Is the guest,' of Mrs. KatherIne Idu.((0""ICI"I.I'II'1AI." Mix 2Nth day of. Feb A U IMS.! : j TIP TOP

Miss Lois Adkins who Is Travers. A. J. TIIOMAH.
1ke Butler Florida : a senior .
Mr. and Mrs? R. 'C. 'Sears of at the Florida r flerk of t-lreult Court, .
Pittsfield Mass., were the recent for Women at Tallahassee College will PINE LEVEL !101. 1 K. p..rrymlln.Holt..r Bradford, County Florida I: MAR. 4 & 5 1938. FRI. & SAT.
of .
FINAL DIVIDEND WILL BE guests Miss Ernestine Buddington for Complainant. ,
and J. W. Buddlngton. spend the week-end here with her Mrs. II. M.; MrRue, CorrespondentA 3.4.413.25.CENT: .


BANK ON SATURDAY Mr. and Mrs. D. B. White, ofFernandlna kins. large crowd of relatives and

,' were guests Tuesday Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mrs. J. M friends at the enjoyed home the of Mr.birthday and Mrs.B. din-. [ A WORfl% TANCV
larch 12, 1938, at 10 and Wednesday of Mrs. C. I. Ma- ner
I nassa and Miss Mina Manassa. Brownlee Mrs. W. L. Wall and M. McRae, Sunday. CELERY each 5c| Tomatoes Lb. 5c
p'clockA. M. FROM her
: guest Mrs. Jack Jex, of Philadelphia Mrs. J. W. Hall, Mrs. B. F. Wil- COLUMN ,

spent Thursday In Tallahassee kerson Mr. and Mrs. Reginald -- -.-- -- --
Andrews Russell Kay of Tampa and Red
Bldg. .
as guests of Mr. and I
I Mrs. Masters, and Miss Margaret
Fdgerton, of the Western
Opposite> Courthouse Union were guests Tuesdayof Newspaper H. C Wall Weeks all of Jacksonville, were FOR one RENT-unfurnished Ono house.furnished Mrs.and J I IRISH POTATOES 10 Lbs. 17c

Mr. and Mrs. E. L, Matthews.. recent visitors at the home of Mr. ,
:eiver'a certificate must be > Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy and and Mrs. J. R. Hall. W. Morgan.] It

iurrendered to receive divi- Mrs. F. D. Kennedy, of Baxley week-end Miss Dorothy in Tallahassee Sapp spent as the Miss Etta Fae. Dyal, of Sampson FOR SALE- .Stewart-Warner auto j FANCY WHOLE RICE 5 Lbs. 17cPureLardLb.9cLARDLb.
va. Ga., spent the week-end here City spent Monday night with ,
end warrants. of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall. Miss radio Late model $10. Berry
Vesta McRae. -
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Johns, City Light Plant. 3-4-2tp COMPOUND
Sapp remained for month's
Hart and Miss Lucile Kennedy. a stay Mrs F. Fender .is visiting relative
---- ---
IM. A. SMITH, In Tallahassee.Mrs. I at Valdosta, Ga., for two FOR RENT--Five-room bunga- | lOc

Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Cutshaw, weeks. low, unfurnished J. Maurice .
as Liquidator Miss Inez Cutshaw, Mrs. L. J. Jack Jex, of Philadelphia Mrs. J. E. Norman was visiting Edwards. It
Penn., is the house guest of Mr.
Green and daughter, Judy, Misses friends in Rising section. Sunday II.\LIX>O.VBALLARD'S
and Mrs. W. L. Wall.. Sunday afternoon. FOR SALE-Flowers for every
BAKE Juanita and Sara Barefoot
BUTLER BANK were Mr. and Mrs Wall and Mrs. Jex We that Mrs. occasion, attractively arranged
visitors Sunday of Miss Christine are glad toy report FLOUR 24 Lbs. 70c
,. ". .AdV. Cutshaw who is confined to River- were guests of Mr. and Mr!!. R. Alma Starling Is'improving, after and reasonably priced. Mrs. N D. ,
T. Richard in Jacksonville. Wainwright Phone 102, Starke
several days' illness.
side Hospital in Jacksonville.
--- Remember the services at Pine Fla. tf THE BEST BACON Lb. 15cFANCY

Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Miss Level Church this week-end. ,
I ir Lucile Kennedy, and Miss Ruth FOR SALE--Improved Variety

NAT SEZ: Sternberg attended the presentation MISSION HALL Marigold tomato plants. $1.50 MD.Tomatoes.

. \ This to be of the Paige Stone Ballet at The outstanding points In thisweek's per thousand ready to set. D. W. No. 2 3 for 20c
seems the era of the University auditorium in Moore, south of Starke on Keystone can
> "self-expreiwtlon" when purentw Gainesville meeting besides the Bible road. 3-4 itp tf ,
'' think It's all right to let their Thursday night. study, consisted of a voluntary Liiinvs!

'i children do just about contribution of a sweet solo anda FOR SALE-P.O.J. Seed Cane $:3 S

t o(; t< please Thin would be fine as except they Fischer The Rev. and Mrs W. A. chapter of scripture recited In per thousand Sea Island cot- MILK 3 (tall 20c 3 small lOc

' for the fact that children don't al- entertained at luncheon a splendid manner by a boy ten ton seed S1.5O: bu. A. A. Annie, ,

'1/ ways please to do the right thing. Monday, their guests being the years old who offered this "be- Lawtey Fla. lip I
'. Rev. John Slmms of Palatka, the NO. CAN
When I wits a kid If I didn't rut cause he wanted to help" In the Z
what was the table Rev. and Mrs. L. A Shepherd mission work; also there wpa a FOR SALE-Cheap. One two-
on I
, L-., to bed without. Nowadays WIIM sent If"baby" the Rev. and Mrs. R. T. Caldwell. trio, "Lead Me\ to Calvary" which wheel trallor. Two large ice box Sugar, 5 Lbs. 25c CORN 7c
One electric
"II carried beautiful Coca Cola box. ,
a ,
doenn't message. I'
d\' food, mother Miss Abbie E. Holden, special Because of lire sword mindedness Several small Coca Cola boxes. Sis-
and dud to bed
go to get away field representative of the Wood- trunk's Feed & Seed Store. 4t.
from the equalling. Ho hum-I of the world at the present|I HOTTIIKHV BKLLKBUTTER BROOKFIELD TUB
man Circle, and Miss Amy Moore, time, it Is fitting that those who ----- -----
gum tlmfn do
riuige, after Jill.llEUf
tII (district deputy were honor guestsat make a study of the Bible should BUTTERPrints

I the annual banquet held by delve Into It as the foundation of REAL r

II LAK DOLLAR ir WAS goo A YARD I Magnolia Grove No. 101 in what was, and hi, and is to be. so I I "
I Lb. 35c
Lb. 35c
VALUE! Alachua, Tuesday Feb. 22. that a true interpretation be I
I 9-4 SHEETING ,,_... _. .... may ESTATE .
BOYS PANTS imu ui me" Chrislans privilege i - ; 'i ij

NOW ONLY35cyd The weekly meeting of the W. and duty In the present day. IF YOU WANT TO r
NOW I I C. T. U. will not be held on Friday -i When Peter drew his sword in I I i ItDLKBEANS,6cn25clP'nutBut.lb.lOc

88c but the members will attend defense of his Master, Jesus told BUY, SELL Oil RENT j' i

the day of Prayer at the Methodist him tu put it up, and further ad- SEE US-

church Instead. Next week the monished him that he that llveth

regular meeting will be held with by the sword should perish by it: WILSONREALTY I AHK1COTS

a. 80t80:; PRINT DUIID 8h)9! Mrs. R. L. Kemp on the usual day Math. 26:52.: However at an- CO. c

House Frocks and hour. other time Jesus commanded Hisdiciplee I Prunes, Lb. 5c Peaches s lb 12

SHEETS to sell their cloak and buya

,I."!) \'ALVE Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews sword when He was sending .
,I."!) VALUE
spent the week-end In St. Augus- them, out Into the world to repre-

j now $1.00 now $1.19 tine as guests of Mrs. O. J. Griffin sent Him In declpllng the nations. e GARDEN PEAS --3 cans 25c

and Owen Griffin. While :, This Sword was His Word, the .

there they attended the Spring Sword of the Spirit which has r r TALK OF TUB TOWN

dance given by the DewdragherClub I brought and Is bringing Peace to

LARGE ASSORTMENT HENS WORK of which Mr. Griffin Is a all those who hear and heed it'smessage. COFFEE Mild Mellow Lb. 17cmtlNDRD

member. ,

SANFORIZED Raymond H. Rowley, of Nile, The sponsors of what Is knownas

I Mich. arrived here Monday and The Mission "Hall, have par t/tll!7. IN('H, IIIUSHM in, SALE STEAK 29cWF.iTEnS
$1.98 only $1.00 .
was a guest of his brotherinlawand chased a large Tabernacle which I

sister Mr. and Mrs. J. H. will seat some four hundred people TO RADIO !

Benson. Mr.! Rowley accompn- and have erected same. on the lot '

f It Pays to Buy at nied by hU mother Mrs.- D. H. on the corner of Madison and CARPENTER'S BRISKET STEW 12 / c

Rowley who has spent the win- Cherry Streets where the larger. 1 PICKLE

ter here left Tuesday for Chicago meetings of the work will be held.

STERNBERG'SiiIii where Mrs. Rowley will\ visit relatives The building\ well lighted will SAVEwUK'.SATCTT T PIG FEET Each 5cIli

before going to her home I be heated for winter, and Is also .
-- ---- In Niles I I well ventilated for summer gath


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'P"'a SIT:
noATDRAIN sister Miss Debbie Phil, ,",,p,,

/ MURPHY LAWIS I Mrs. Z. Z. Orlffln. Correspondent Mrs. Lola Denmark n ,i I,'

I UPHELD IN LIVE STATE NEWS ter, Valurla, spent lm.t, ""k'ug',t,

FARMERS SECTION ; STATE COURT Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown and In Jacksonville with :\1", gi, ,.

FLORID\ FACTS IN SHORT PARAGRAPHS Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Green of Or- Rivers.
NOTES OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS lando were visiting the bedside of Mr. and Mrs. Lean' % f

I TALLAHASSEE The Murphy __ their father, B. L Green, the past visited Mr. and Mrs Th, i I",, H.111

tnx redemption law of 1937 withstood I TOO MUCH CABBAGE ADDITION TO SOUTHERN week-end. Mrs. W. E. Green reIn Raiford Sunday alt III', ,'", ," "
1 constitutional attack again TALLAHASSEE. Governor LAKELAND national shrine mained over for awhile.
Mr and Mra. Dalton
RURAL : Hints To Housewives ,I In the Florida Supreme Court.I Fred P. Cone and Senator Claude in the form of a two million dollar Mr. and Mrs. Q. F. Sapp and Miss Louise Carter up..i 111 i m,'<,,I '
I unanimous
court In three Sur- llIllk
SENSEBy ---- I The Pepper urged the Federal educational foundation Is son and Mrs Susie Sapp visited in Lawtey as the
j COMMON I decisions held that: to gufbty f t\1
I Weekly from Home Demonstration ,' plus Commodities Corporation planned for the campus of Flor- Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Green and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter
SpeclaliHst Tallahassee. | (111) The law Is valid, even though buy overproduced cabbage In SI. and Mrs Z. Z. Griffis, Sunday
Sl'Vn.S JOHNSON I I I the six Justices would not have Johns, Putnam and Flagler Coun- ida Southern College here to honor Mr and Mm. Wade ,ski.I,, ,
"WELL DONE" I supported It had they been members ties for distribution to relief the memory of E. Stanley Jones Rev. and Mrs. E, C. Hogan and Lawtey, visited her pm.ns' y I,,
li'*' TORK
Loans to two Florida cooperative -II III \%HEN thoroughly well of the Legislature clients. The governor said State noted author and missionary to daughter, KJjartha\ were visiting and Mrs. J. S. Normnn s,,11"1'Ml' '
"Cook pork
and public service and Mrs Ralph Gainey, Mon
associations a electric I done," Instructions alway say. ((2)) Sale of a State-owned two Senator H. S. McKenzie of Palate India. The foundation will bear afternoon.
company for building I Well-done pork has lost all its pink year-old tax certificate under Its ka reported 500 to 1,000 tons of the name of its founder and Is day. Little Louise Carter dm) ',un.Mr. ." r

lines and making the modern servant color but In meat and in juice. terms", In 1937 wiped out the 1937 unsold cabbage in the area. conceived with the idea of com- Miss Ruth Morreil visited' Miss and Mrs. Dalton1, ,, i II, "?, (:

electricity available to more Fresh"' pork Is a tender meat and tax even though It hAd not been -- -.- -- bining the teaching of science and Mary Sue Shipman, of Kingsley brated her sixth blrthdn\i v F

rural residents l< were approved recently -: many people therefore cook it too levied when the sole was made. NEW FISHING WRINKLEST. religion to provide a most effec- Lake, Sunday afternon. day with a party Thos, ,I1'n,: :

by the Rural Electrification, the quickly especially such cuts as ((3)) Only State-owned certifi- AUGUSTINE.Hypodermic I tive training for youth. The I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Grlffls Ing were Richard Camu, ',

Administration in Washington Extension Ser chops, tenderloin or sausage. Cured I cate that were two years old last harpoons which will enable fishermen building will be a huge three-story and Mr. and Mrs. Arch Prevatt and Earl Denmark, Gei, oIl.llIh ,c'

State Agricultural Informed.For pork hams bacon smoked j June 9, when the law became effective to bring back alive giant structure with a lofty tower and spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. Guilda Marie Norman, hrrur'and .
vice hag been sausage, and other pork products i can be sold under its terml. sea monsters will be used by hun- chimes. It will be erected near Mrs. P. B. Prevatt, of Hamp Lee and Della Lee Kemp) 'ma
the construction of 143 must also be cooked well done. |I An opinion by Justice Glenn ters in the Atlantic Ocean to ob- the center of the college's fifty ton. lie Billie Parks. Mrs. <'III' 'e' ,

miles of distribution line serving In I The danger in eating pork that j I Terrell recalled that attorneys who tain huge species of fish for the acre grove campus and will cost Mr. and Mrs. Leo Griffis, Mr. ed lemonade and cake.

approximately 500 customers Putnam Is not sufficiently cooked Is |argued various phases of the law Marine Studios here, the world's $500,000. Five religious departments and Mrs. Pete Griffis, Arnold GrltMr.. and Mrs. Herbert Iifls ,

Alnchua Bradford Clay, has It may contain parasites that I In a "field dny' last month "chlded" largest aquarium. The hypodermic scientific laboratories, library Mrs. Myrtle Priest, K. L. Lawtey, spent Sunday '\11:i:
and Union counties, $163,000 cause a disease called trichinosis for enactingit. harpoons which are in fact giant auditorium, administration
(he Legislature I Griffis last Friday visited Mrs. K. and Mrs. Annie Thompson
been allocated. A generating 1 These parasites are extremely hypodermic needles were Invent offices and class rooms will be L. Griff, who Is sick in a Calnes- ---.--- .
P plant at Keystone Heights; will for emn1i; and are not seen except under "We might agree with all tlatcoun ed by Count LIla Tolstoy. They housed In the palatial edifice.TO villa hospital. Boston terriers first v.?! .
and $30,000
fumlsh the power has been allocated. I the microscope. There is no E'1' say on this point," he con- are expected to put the monsters ---.--- ----.- I duced by crossing the Kngl ,
Its purchase practical way of inspecting porkto tinued, "in fact let it be admitted 1 to sleep and assure their capture. ELECT: DELEGATES .WOODLAWN dog with the English ten i '
Electricity on the farm means a locate them. When pork from that not a member of the court --...- GAINESVILLE. Schools I *--
better light for the farmer and is thoroughly cook- Mrs. Oscar (Carter Cor.
affected hogs would have supported the act If WINS SCHOOL FIOHTTALLAHASSEE. throughout the state were busy Wisconsin I produces TO II i
his family to read and see by, it ed the destroyed organism Is no had been member of the Leg- .-E. W Car-
he a
of last week choosing delegates to Mrs. Gladys Carter, Mamie Lou of the total of American/ \ !
means more efficient operation more dangerous than the devitalized islature; that fact of itself has ter won his fight in the supreme represent them at the meeting of I Hersey, and Miss Bertice Norman cheese.
farm and farm home machinery bacteria in pasteurized milk or do with its court reinstatement I .
and appliances, and generally, it water. nothing whatever to Saturday to gain the Florida Education Associationto I spent last Sunday In Palatka with _
comfort and satisfaction -I purified validity. as a teacher In Pierce Grammar be held In Tampa at the Hllls- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Waters. SCHEDULE
means more The necessary precautions are "Courts have no power to relieve School in Pasco County. Carter boro and Tampa Terrace Hotels
and In the farm I Mrs. J, S. Norman last Southbound
the farm spent
on quite simple. One should remem- from the operation of a bad law, was nominated by the district '
March 24, 25:: and 20. Outstanding
week In Webster and Plant City No. 203-Due Siarko, S.l 1 I'ttlpal
ber that large pieces require much unless it offends against the Con- trustees three times and was rejected educators from all parts of the
with her Mrs. W. H. NorNo.. 207 Due Starke ",
" sisters 11 4
his family must because :
The farmer more cooking than small ones stitution. The foolishness of un- each time by the Pasco will be heard by the dele-
country and Mrs. Eddie No.. 203-Due Starke ,
man Hilllard. 12rBUS pal
read In order to keep abreast of heat penetrates slowly Into wisdom of a legislative act is not County school board. Last June Prominent them :
I the time and to Improve their the center of the meat as it cooks. for the courts to correct." he asked the court for a mandamus will fates.be Dr. Robert M.among Hutchinson Bart Waters and Miss Clarsle No. 201-Due Starke 10:211 ml!

minds and obtain more knowledge. Cook approximately 30 minutes to The court issued a mandamus to compel the board to rein- president of the University of Chicago Waters of Brooker, were visiting Northbound
A Miss Bertlce Norman here Saturday No. 202-Due Starke 1:1: ('
have good light. moderate aft pIn
should in
They the pound a oven requiring Leon Court Clerk Paul state him. who will discuss the -
oil can't compare the outside surface to _._ responsibility afternoon. No. 204-Due Starke 4:1:, KK|
flickering lamp er browning V. Lang to issue a certificate pur- .- --- In
of th schools
} with an electric light in develop a rich flavor. If a meat I. chased by Stephens Timber Com- SCORES SECTIONALISM: public of education Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sponholtz, No. 208-.Due Starke 0:15 p.1!.

1 ing good light and provld-I themometer Is used, cook to between pany, even though Lang considered TALLAHASSEE -. Governor which evolving will a program develop and conserve of Gainesville, spent Saturday No. 203-Due Starke 3:00: tonight
of the reader. 180 and 185 decrees. Particular with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar No. 214---Due Starke 9:20: IB|
eyesight Its bid Inadequate and felt the Cone asked inspectors of the department those Ideals that make for a
i Usually a pump and a water care should be taken to I I full tax would be collected. I of agriculture for helpIn greater democratic state Each Carter. Starke Bus Agent: BeasleMJ!
installation of cook well done to the Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norman Service Station, opposite c unspent
chops ,
system follow the pork The lands are owned by the eliminating sectionalism from school with ten members of the
electricity on the farm. What a bone. Make a small incision next State said the opinion, and "the'I Florida "We don t want any sec- association or major fraction Sunday In Max villa with her bouse.

boon this Is to the farmer's wife! to the bone with a sharp pointed State can dispose of them In any tionalism in this great state," he hereof, is entitled to one delegateand 0.--------___ _0//
With electricity and running water knife to be sure the meat and juiceare manner it sees fit on any termsIt said. "We should work for the the total number attendingthe

1 she no longer will have to no longer red or pink In color.A desires and the clerk of the cir- I good of the entire state. In some meeting is expected to be well BEASLEY'S SERVICE STATION :
trudge to the well and laboriouslycarry good way to avoid drying out Is cuit court being clothed with noth-I sections there are people who complain over a thousand.
back to her kitchen. to brown the outside of the pork
water ing more than ministerial duties I that their section isn't getting _.._.
Running water also means that the chops firsthand then cover the pan under", the act has no right to I as much as some other section THY OUR SERVICE AND BE CONVINCED I

family will be more cleanly and and cook them slowly. challenge the manner of dlspos- People who are sectionalists CARD OK THANKS I

healthful for it will be easier to Frozen or very cold meat may tlon." are not fit to represent Florida in We wish to express our deep appreciation ATLAS

bathe In an Indoor bathroom. require longer cooking time, what- The court l issued a second order any capacity or to work for the to our friends and TIRES BATTERIES TUBESTires :

With electricity, the farmer will ever the cut, than meat of ordinary compelling Hlllaborough Court state." neighbors who were so kind and

be able to shell his corn, cut lumber temperature. Clerk Charles E. Culbreath to j-- thoughtful during the Illness and I'nrondltlonnlly Guaranteed for 1 Year and 18 Month I

and use hla small machinerymore I. ____. give Jose Quliuana tux receipts DVYTONA MINISTER OUT death of our beloved mother, I
satisfactorily than he could STABLE SUPPLIES AIM through 1937 on land covered by a DAYTONA BEACH.--The Rev. Vlralnla A, Hagan. We are most STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS

when be had to depend on handor OF; 1938 QUOTAS FOR 1931-32 tax certificate Qulntana W. A. Hlxon, who resigned as grateful, also to Dr. Middleton I WASHING-POLISHING -WAXING-GREASING I

other powef.Electricity COTTON AND TOBACCO bought under the Murphy law Townsend Club president here to and Dr. Gay for their untiring efforts
to her last and I Call 60 For Road Service j
can be put to a hun- Culbreath refused to do so because became a candidate for the United ease days I
GAINESVILLE.-The establishment the sale was made before for all the beautiful flowers given. eEasy
the farm to States Senate said last week
dred or more uses on Payment Plan On Tires and Batteries I
the satisfaction of the entire farm I of cotton and tobacco mar- the tax was levied. The court said I he would not run. Rev. Hixon We thank you sincerely.
family. It is needed as a definite keting quotas, based on farm this "is not a sufficient defense." said he made the decision becausehe Mrs. H. D. May I LACY CONWAY, FLORIDA MOTOR LINES AGENT I

I allotments Is authorized Mrs. Bessie Andreu. .. _._ *
The third decision refused a .
i factor in the and devel- acreage saw a signed statement by Sen- -- --------- - --
progress __ .___ ._. _.._._
--------- " "U
opment of Florida farm life. It Is I for all cotton and tobacco produc- mandamus sought by A. T. Parksto ator Pepper promising to vote for -

hoped that the movement for electricity : ing farms under provisions of the compel D. H. Sloan Jr., Polk the General Welfare Act and deploring -

on Florida farms now off Agricultural Adjustment Act of County circuit court clerk to offer proposed amendments opposed #

to a good start, will continue and 1938, the new measure passed by for sale under the Murphy law a by Townsend followers.

, grow-stronger I Congress to strengthen the agri- tax certificate the State acquired When Hixon entered the race, he

-- .-.--. cultural conservation program and August 5, 1935. said he would withdraw if Pepper BUY A MODERN CAR NOW--
Not one fatal road accident was provide more effective control of The court said such a certificate made a definite promise to supportthe WHILE

reported In the square mile of the burdensome crop surpluses, ac- must have been two years old June welfare bill without amend

city:\ of London In a recent periodof cording to .11. G. Clayton state 9, 1937 when the controverted tax ments.
10 weeks. AAA chairman.The law became effective, to take ad-
quotas if approved by two- vantage of its terms. YOU HAVE MORE TO TRADE AND LESS TO PAY

HOW TO GO TO SLEEP thirds of cotton and tobacco producers Overruling a contention ofParka' PAYS $85.000 TAXES
voting in referenda on I said TALLAHASSEE. Governor
Hold eyes wide open Sleep conies counsel, the court :
quickly If blunder 'IrmjuUii'lty March 12, will represent the number -j "Such an application would unequally Cone reported an $85,000 tax pay-
waken you up do a thlnl('". 1. Al- of acres from which produc- affect and ment from the Florida Power & 1
taxpayers mightfor
kallia excess klilnry arlclx. 2 featly -
flush nut waste ThlH. help lellcvv tion may be marketed this year other reasons render the act Light Company three weeks be- .
the Irritation\ that waken you without restriction.Florida Invalid." expressed gratification at the early
desire up. causes burning runty or backache flow, frequent Get I has been allotted 75,183 The law permits sale to the payment of the ,company to apply kt ti

25o: worth of green tablet containing I acres of cotton and between 9,300 highest bidder at any time duringa > against Its utility tax of $1.50:
biichii l leave juniper oil, etc.
Just and 9,600 acres of tobacco for of of two- per $100 of collections due March
nay Buketa, the kidney eVac- :I period two years any
uant to any druggist. and vet a 1038. Individual farm allotmentswill year-old State-owned tax certlfl 15. He said It was expedited to '
good night fleet, Locally at CAR- the state in the present finan- } r'ae
] PENThll'S- DRUU STORE. ; be made as soon as possible cute. If anyone other than the help
cial crisis. The company made an
owner buys the certificate, the
I owner has two years to buy his advance payment of $100,000 on

KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOMEMRS. land back, with a three per cent the same tax before Christmas.No .
I annual penalty. If the certificate bills for state'expenses have
I L. 0 McCABE Lady Attendant covers his homestead the owner been paid since September, 1937.
have been met regularly
lk JACKSONVILLE!! FLA. AUGUSTINE, FLA. haa ten years to redeem. Payrolls
said at the
J. II. Lee
43: \V. Church-Phone 5-1338 30 St. George Phone 21 When first brought before the Comptroller I
this monththe state
Supreme Court, the law was upheld beginning of :
four to one. Chief Justice was $2,000,000 behind. He predicted : t/

UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO. W. H. Ellis disagreed with his col during the arrearage this month.would be reduced -' 4 .

leagues and wrote a dissenting

L. C. McCABE, President Jacksonville, Fla. opinion. Justice J. B. Whitfield It Is estimated. bee travels 43-

did not participate. This! decisionwas 776 miles to gather one pound of

Industrial Life Insurance i reconsidered, and again the iioney. S
court held the law was constitu
G. L. HAPP, Representative ._ '
tional. The vote again was four TRAIN SCHEDULE ,.

.# -,_._ -,--, ,- --,_._.- -.- -1--- ..... .--.. 4 to one. -- dally.Schedule Subject of trains to change arriving without here N' 'fM

hat growers may complete plant- notice.
I ; Southbound>lIe Starke
Ing plans Mr. Clayton says. SEE ANY CAR DEALER
if No. I-Local__-__ 11:25: pp. m.
The cotton marketing
\ restriction Is approved In the No. 15-Local_..___ 4:30: pp. m. .. DISPLAYING THIS SIGNGet
\ No. 107--Through_ 10.05a.m.: H .
March 12 referendum, will be the .'..
actual or normal amount of cot- No. 191-To Miami__ 10:39 p. m.

ton allotment produced plus on any a farm's cotton acreage carried No. Northbound-Due 2-Local...____ Starke 5:30: a. m. there early while the choice is v/ide-

over by the farm from the 1937 No. 16-Local------- 11:28 a. m.
No. 108-Through____ 0:03: p. m.
crop. All cotton produced In ex
cess of the quota will be taxed 2 No. 192-Through-_- 6::29 a. m. fine cars now offered at rock-bottom pricesThis

GOODYEAR TIRES cents a pound In addition to the Starke and Wannee KronenNo.
101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m.
tax, a farmer who plants more
SHELL GASOLINE & OILS than his allotment will lose his I No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50 p. m. National Used Car Exchange more powerful engines better gas

r EXPERT REPAIR WORK-WRECKER SERVICE 1938 conservation program pay Seaboard Airline Railway. Week gives you a great opportunity to mileage better brakes bigger tirc

ment and any cotton price adjustment T. J.. GRIFFIN, Agent. OWN A BETTER CAR for a small invest. dozens of improvements introduced

REGISTER MOTOR CO. payment to which he might -- -Y cheek. ment. Automobile dealers co-operating since old
your car was built.
be entitled, and will not be eligi-
1'IIONE 103 I ble for loans on his cotton. 6 6 6 COLDS in this big sale have a fine selection of Now' the time to make the switch.

Tobacco marketing quotas will FEVERLiquid. used cars and prices are far below while you have more to trade and le.<
be In terms of pounds, but acre those of several months
age allotments will be set up under T.bt. Cleat day ago. to pay. Your present car may cover the
4 salve 1I..d..30. Many 1937 '36 and '35
the conservation program. Past Se.e tImps wIvvteM are models down-payment-balance: on easy ternn.

' marketing, land labor and equip Try "Ileb-MyTI.--world's. Diet backed by, the finest of dealer guaranIf you have no car to trade, you can still

1 AITu ment, crop rotation practices, and ----..---Mnlment--. .- -- tees. All have thousands of miles of take advantage of the low down-pay
I soil and other physical factors will
i be considered in setting tobacco "'. Easy To B e Mistaken. About first-class unused transportation in them. ments and easy terms during this sale

, marketing quotas for Individual STOMACH TROUBLEStomach And the "first-class" transportation of

farms. Not more than five per these modern satisfaction
! sufferers should learn the represents
cent of the national quota for flue- truth stout ULCERS GAS. 'ACID. which the owners of older BRING I I IN YOUR OLD CAR
cured: tobacco may be set aside INmiJfcSTlON; belching heartburn.constipation cars can .--r _
for allotment to new growers and etc., due to exc..iu>acid hardly imagine. Beautiful, modern ..tylDR i V E OUT' A BETTER CAR
FREE UDGA Booklet contain* fart*
for Increasing quotas for small ing a more comfortable ride more
>f interest The 9th edition,juslotTth*
I farms. Tobacco marketed In excess press,may prove your first*tep to hap- room for you and your luggage finer, EASY TERMS
Ii of established quotas will be tyetomaehcomfortlClipthiatoremind'eq !
i taxed at the rate of 50 percent of to auk for the UDGA Booklet at


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Florida Could Mr and Mrs. Russell Redding Oradr,.I f1 i <.ii lit\ Florida -

r- I'1 and son were visiting her mother 'I' PHANK t.ANIHUIM
HB TheLetter Ro I Furnish 1\I'v' fl Ph.l..llrr
U61tBRED5T Many
JONES I Mrs. Jean Gaaklns Saturday afternoon ,; t.'l-4-l I

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Box Ideas For Ripley I -- --- -

[tfrtimcnta On HereJ4nd [ I I II I Mr, and Mrs. Bryant Redding sIllltIt.'t's. .M\I.K
' II N'OTII'K: I 1M IIKIIKHV: C.l\ls: i hut
Hereafter = -,=-=--- __-----11 DONT CRY $ti Judging from the many "oddities" of the State Farm spent Sunday untlffr, mid hy vIrtue ,,,1' that' .'..! IoIn,
I wilt I of execution Issued li.iinrt
,afteinon with his iin-
mother,.Mrs. II
." Keystone Heights Florida I- in Florida this would be the fl.T I In- hiind and official "fill i>..r A

",. February 1, 1938 'j.A4t'ef/PnthMfTA uLDWYN MAVI j ideal state for Robert Ripley ofI' 1', I Redding. .1. Thtiinnn, an Clerk of circuit,, '..lurt
In and rI,
r Hrurtforil County, KlorItl.i. "
". r .ri'l! being written on the 'I Townsend rlun >erHUMURI'mploym.'nt Believe It or Not" to make his --- --- I l. on I hat certain jutlKinnt of l' ,'.>, -

trnln which runs HALSEYT4IN S h<-me. Here are a few more complied GUM IIRANCU nrd 'In l nubile rt'l,,. nr Maid| Iii ",, -
Buas! tii'jiJmited\ : ford I'..untv, Florida, nhxrulu, irlf-; : .
oVejJh Southern Pacific Railairi I The unemployment census which I from various state papers: Annie 1\1"1' HAriiHgo.! ('or.J. tin A John' were plaintiff ..no1 M"t'.1Kllstiheth
UH.AT HAS HAITENKl) "Come back here little ..
I is destinedto you DeSoto. the Spanish L> eH was dufunttant and
t'xplol'er.I ,
; New Orleans to San was recently from l"'iulnK d"'" I I tin Klh ilitv "r Mo.veinbcr .
Donovan. He
'; '!.J\\ open the eyes of a lot of peo- SO FAIl rat yelled rose really landed at Punta Resist. In A. Haraage and children and 1HSI, I, A. O. Andruu. as .

'li'ia1''' -"I'll', I: have been In thepuHmaiv'tor I ple who have been of the opinionthat I Coining to America for nllnul his chair forgetting, for the moment Lee county and started his over- !\Ii's. W. F Harnage and Mr. and Khfilff of llrndloid I'ounty, K'loi,. Irta I
hHVf .
/ his and I levied upon, und willI. II ii., 0
; forty-eight hours. Ithttboenua unemployment was on the try at the InternationalhorftfriuinK present ruse, lettingthe land search for Florida gold at Mrs. T. N, Norman and children thf hlifhvKt hldilel, for i iiMh nn Monilnv -

( ,;; most restful Journey. I wane and who have been led to I cup, Sir Peter blanket fall to the floor. Fort Myers and not at Tampa according attended the birthday dinner Sunday the 411,. day of April! A D.
tn.li: in front of
:I h&vaitnivellea by airplane by believe that the number In this Calverton. und hIM young The two henchmen jumped out to reliable research historians given In honor of B. M. Mc- rtoni., of I tie (',.ii rt Mouse the front I In I'I Houth ty of

automobile and I have crossed the I class was about five millions. The grandson Roger, engage headstrong from the bathroom and rushed to I I, Rae of Pine Level, and Mrs. Audrey Hlnrke, lirad ford I'ounly. Florida.

cumber of times in modern accord- Tlmmle Donovan to the In the hall But durlnw the legal hours, of half. the
, ocean' enumerators themselves, Intercept boy Although Tampa celebrates! Newmans of Jacksonville at following InnilH lying and beIng In

\;shpaisbut' | ;: there Is no more corn- I I ing to the news are very much ride their mount. Tlnunle listens as they reached the doorway Don- 'i Gusparllla, the pirate actually lived the home of the former.Mr. Hi-ttilfonl County, Klorlda, or BO

or luxurious travel than ]!: alarmed. To date to n plea from hU truant ovan cried out a command to halt much Iheieof an I IK necvHitary to HiltInfv '..
, ;foftablfrj; surprised and in Lee county on the islandbeating and Mrs. H. Keene and said judftment nnd ....ata.| to-
:'ftrt'fc.lr-conditloned] modern pullman i ialecjxerjj |! there have been eleven million father for fund to save the "Don t chase him'!" he told them his wit:
name which i is the location Venice
son. and of Shamrock
Harley -
lat"'r's MK'4:' of NRt'i of Hectloli", Ill. VV'iof '
luxuries and life and to
All of "Let him
) our ((11,000,000)) enumerated and upwards agrees go. of the famous resort of spent the week-end here with NWi4 a nil I 1 SKI/, ,,f NWi', and

:coftifottii\ cannot make men happy. of one million ((1,000,000)) "throw" the trial race preceding He had too many schemes In his Boca Grande. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. NBVi of N\Vi, of "$' ctln. l ia. an,1Nile
'I .
';Thlng |never have und never will more hava been added to the list the Cup not suspecting mind at the'mom'nt to risk any Joe. a pet pelican calls at Cocoa Kersey. III Township 7 Mouth.,H tit.ItaiiRf n IIS, nil_2

'f 1-prpduce''.". happineHB. One of the in the past few weeks. that his father' "HlneHft" IH conversation with the police, even HUM' ,
fish market every afternoon to Mrs Audrey Newmans of Jacksonville A. 0, ANIMIKISheriff ', '
fraudulent. When
of I Sir Veter
moutfrteUghtfully happy days j jmyttjifa { Probably business will be told IfI\ meant surrendering some of of llriidfoidCounty .
collect fish heads and and the
!! : was a trip in a covered be" that it sees his. horse'! lour" he uoMimbs the profits he bad accumulated I scraps spent Saturday night FlorldM
the that
wagondrawn by two mules when I j i by "powers I to a fatal heart attack. thus! saves fishing for himself. here as the guest of her brother- ICnlirhl: fi Knll, when hu tricked Timmie into
Is up to them to absorb this unemployment in-law for rhiliilirfx
I The Monstera deltclosa marvelous sister, Mr. and Mrs.T .
old Tltnmie In bitter wlf-remorni',
::1w..a. ten year country boy !I and put them to workI throwing the race N. Norman. 8-4-81-4-1.
: It'aa' raining all day. I was dry roiuns the streets alone: tropical fruit of Florida Is
I I I they have been told to do be I aBack
',,'ni' tnfortable I dreamed my Cricket n little girl whose shaped something like an ear of Mrs. Louise Denmark of Jacksonville (I.KIIK'M IIK.I'OHI'Still
I I fore. This! Is so absurd as to r.der "- In Roger's apartment a visitor
boyiah.dreams. We were not In a mint run the Jockeys bOllrd.I. morn and In taste combines the wits visiting her parents I .
,,, ,
I, even comment ridiculous. Any I was being entertained. Doc ll*, Kin", |n.I I I II 1 I IM-7
ruah. We took It t>asy. My father lug house where Tlinmle lives flavor of pineapple, peach and banana Mi. and Mrs. J. S Sapp here ttrport. of the Clerk of iht, circuit\
I bright child could see that that Is Godfrey confidential emissary of CIMIM t In Hiitl for I Ii'n d foi't
and two or three friends were I : find him and tells him KogorhHH Because of this It is sometimes Sunday. County
There be demand for Plnrliln on account of ._ .
'so. must a Donovan had come to offer five tuxen n es -
-n/ithe., wagon. I listened to the I taco forced' to withdraw called .ne "fruit salad" vine Reltha and Junior Bradley of ed ft'>r the year 1B37f ,
of the before
the products factory thousand dollars for The Pooknh. .
StOWD.Up: talk. Once In a while ijaftked his homo from the Cup nice.Tlmmlo The monstera thrives In Lee Boatdraln were guests of theirgrandpari'nts I A KMOIIT.: I THY Colli-t'tm
there can be production, and what' with Instructions to go as much County ProperTo

( ft question. We had u good hits been done to create demand ? then deckles he will higher as necessary" I county. Mr. and Mrs W R. 10.,__ _11n.......h.....".......... ,.,.due...IO.L...........' 6,5)19, ..)... .81:..
' I seek fln.inclnl. aid from his n w. ,1't'n I," n.D"
,old. me-prepared lunch. My The present asinine idea of cur- The first air transport line In Kersey, Monday night. Ilaln'i', till" l. n401

'mother, was a good cook. Her food In order to i, fiit her. Roger was not quite as easily the United States was E'slablillhE'L1between / Mr and Mrs. P. D. Reddish were Fine and Forfeiture
cold hot. We I tailing production sold as Doc Godfrey had antici I 'I'.. II,,Ian'''' .1"I .. .i.,1t7 ..INIIv
either Tampa
St. and
j[went good or Petersburg -
raise prices In certain lines certainly visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. I a"it'i'"t l..II.'I.I cii 60l 21>
'h.vilt, made life a little easier for is not the answer and how' CHAPTER NINE pated. He refused five thousand I In 1914 It operated three .1 S. Sapp Sunday night. '1'.. 11'"n.' '.. illI" I.44H.1:1:
""children and In have Donovan Senior with dollars and when Doc) went to six, months of and .'....nt' 1101,11 and IlrldarT.
ou\ so doing was sitting out the carried -
this idea ever got foothold In this I year Miss Helen Norman Is confined .. H"Iu", dun 5.225 e,4
'jprobably done then harm. Iam I a couple of race-track cronies the youngster was still obdurate. both and
great or any other civilized country is passengers express. to her home with the measles \ly ii"' ''lint c..II."rI 2.4'6,1I8
positive that young people are around a dingy hotel table. Every- Finally Doc turned on his heel. The "Giant Cypress" growing in _. 'l't' Ihll...n,'" rllIo 5,792.58School
beyond me. Is It not dazzlingly .
-- --- .UH.? r.n.r..1T"
not: happy as they were when I I that all thing was going to his liking. The faced the boy and said In a tone Seminole county Is 125: feet tall IInl"nl'" due N.Un.64
apparent production requires -
I'wGs'li;' boy In the country. In I Calverton horse. The Pookah, had of finality: and more than 17 feet In diameter.It I'KJHT employment (or labor) and 'I'" 1I1I1I.n, 01".. 5.792 SIt
magnifying comforts in our modern j been announced for sale; Dono- "I'll tell you what I'll make It Is estlmatede to have begun Its 'ONTINUES t'oun'" 1'.11.
when production curtailed un-
world we have been losing van's cllqque intended to buy him seventy-five hundred That's more growth five centuries before Homer The agitation for removal of Tn lIaltin's d"" 221.nn'

:much of the true values.1'Zthava employment Is increased ? at a bargain and clean up. than you could get anywhere else."" wrote the Iliad. I billboards and other advertising Tn lIy a"ounl Ih,'Ii",'" 0,11.1..01 ii ii.. 20UOIl 2t.00

J.iJi. .a The solution to this problem has I I "Say boss," remarked one of the "I think I II wait for the public The seasons are reversed in signs along state highways con- 'l'ot..1 "'ah-.h..1' "' Ileaular

i"r"" :))1, been before our legislators for the two hangers-on "suppose some- auction" answered Roger firmly. South Florida. Truck farmers do I tinues. In some parts of the state Tn ,1'"I'.n.' .tItle. ",:2H,2DI
Ily "nn"n' 1.011' It'd (
''f;;: just had an interesting past three years and they have | body does beat us to It and gets He glanced at Wilkins the trainer. their spring plowing in the fall the fight has been won; In othersit 'I'.. flit III n.'i' d,1' 5 2.H41\(1,7 8:1: 39'I'ili.
;vslwlth( an Egyptian who Is In fit to it but the ad- .I .
M seen Ignore that ?"' Doc He goes on unabated "'ub..h..1 ltanI.iT
' nag was becoming angry. !and harvest their crops when fieldsin ,
;America/ to take an agricultural tlaIinei. due 8.TT2,26Ih'
vocates of this plan have grown In I "Don't worry about that" replied had no intention of leaving but he other sections of the United Over at Miami and at some ii",,"unl "'..I1.'I..d 2.1 TN 57To
",course'In! ; a western university. and numbers until ,....
strength now 11"1. 01" 89A.rl..ult..rnl
I I Donovan confidently, "Our must make better headway than States are covered with snow points north of that city along
H 'speaks English fluently. He
,;wall' gracious and courteous. I : Congress will have to recognize friend the Doc could sell the Em- i this He pretended to start for the A spring of pure water gushesout the Dixie highway billboards clut- T.. Ilailini's .111",, 411 45CIV

, them. pire State Building." :-or, then paused. of a hole seven feet above the ter the scenery to such extent that IIn"'tlnt i'olla, ted I 1"I $5'Vt
., gave; him one of my little booketL' I 1I"I..n ulue 259.413v :
: The Townsend National Recovery The "Listen" he cried "the top at ground In a sweet buy tree near the scenery virtually disappears 1 Ilo.., I'pnataii'I
which he telephone and of
"Chapel Sayings rang one
Plan is the complete answer tc the auction 'would be five grand.I'm i I Jacksonville., In Martin county, the citizens took .. Ilalin'o due. 205.74
l aocmed to receive and I the men took the receiver. lie ty ',,11.1..01 I
delighted up a"HltllIl I ( dn II:2'l'.i
this knotty problem and It is the whistled I, giving you seventy-five! hundred | The fishtail palm grows backj the matter in hand forming a IlalaI'e.. d... I 144 ItS:
promised to read. There is enough softly and( beckoned to
only one that has been proposed Donovan. I'll give you ten per cent j wards. Each year the bloom is posse which went out and uprooted lian4 n..nd 1I.'uadTn
Gospel In the booklet to save a I I I"It.s flalini's due 3,173.44I
, 'sinner '0 up to this time. It will create an of what he makes In the race be- produced lower on the trunk untilit the base and tlestioyed the superstructure illy I Iw"unt '.nll..I.I ." THt: 2'I
I to that when the:
saw Immediate demand for every prod. Timmie Donovan calling to sides."" finally appears at ground level. of the larger billboards T. JlII'"n' ,'" II".. 2.410 I 9lIaI
"booklet was published. "Italy will I I see he I alid nr'.r lntreai and
you whispered."Tell I Ii
nOt take is for use of our farms and factories and I Roger was wavering now. Doc When this happens the tree dies. and tore signs galore from "' 1..lna l"und

Egypt. Egypt I service offered in this country tnem to send him "' rejoined could that. and I To H.III", 1111. la.H23,03
every up. see The Koreshans who reside In ai trees fences The advertiserstook
"England.: In about two years from i fly .i.......... ....118..._.' Q .ini ...
I through the forced spending Donovan. "It's the kid. "Take It leave It. he added. the hint. Which leads ; on.
now : England will be ready for j or i communistic group at Estero hoI the To II;,hut; ;;:.. due 9,031.13l'l.lIii5"4 : i

f Mussolini'! of the product of the two percent i Come on, you guys, duck!" He pulled an agreement from his leve they live on the Inside of the Fort Mvers! News-Press to remark I -
"business and will tell
I transactions tax by eight million I j The pair dove simultaneously pocket and jotted down the fig- i I earth Members have little use that "If the senate passes the antllynchlng : iiKrnttr:
|what to do and he will do It, the : the I SlnrUf. Kill Janunry II. in.m.lU'pt.rl : .
"cultured said. (8,000,000)) elderly Prosperity | tOt adjacent bathroom. Donovan for money because they lire sup- Mil Martin county may of I tie I'lerk of thf ('IriItI

; Egyptian "Why Agents of the Government.. It slipped out of his coat raced ure."Well, I suppose it's all right" posed to turn all their earthly ''uvc to pay the blllboimlcrs $10- I I'onit I In wild for IIriiI. ford ('''U"IY,

...when didn'tEngland he ravished Ethiopia stop Mussolini?" I inQuired will be necessary for' every Indus- I' for the closet and seized a pajama I said Roger. He took the fountainpen I ijoixls into a community fund when I 000 and maybe the sheriff over I''h"'I"for".Ih.tin. year ueefinnt 1937.of I tilxe, nMHttHnI'd .

try to recall all of these unemployed coat. Donning this he tore a that was offered him. He had they join. I there will be put In his own jail I' A KNIIIHT.: Tux "I'nllt'i-tni
does not in
hurry.* She waits until she get is people and put them to I blanket from the bed wound it i just made the first strokes of his I Owrr at Punta Gorda the kids but In the meantime a tourist can I 1 111 III n.,County.. due ProperTo 4.8:14.n7:

//ai work at good wages to produce the about him, and propped himself in name on the paper when a commotion get free Ice cream cones on Hal- i fee something besides signs If he Fly amount collected 2.114 72:

STe| dy"''. She Is getting ready very j good to satisfy this demand which an armchair At the same time was heard at the door. !lowe'en In memory of the late i jrlflnres away from the red line I 1'" Knliinre Fine .due nil Forfeiture 4,105 35
)ie replied. It sounds I
i.tallt', verygooiV I I will require all available labor, he did his best to assume the look I In rushed Tlmmie wild-eyed and I Governor Cllchrtst who left a sum I down the renter of the road.l3rndenton .". To Bnluiit-B", due 1,448.IS
Personally, I hope he Is > of I llv nmount, coll I"*rtetl :4 ttil
the from
thereby completely solving Unemployment recuperating a severe excited."Roger. of for Herald
to the Masonic
ght ., I money lodge To llaluiiee, du. l.aT3,6:1:( : l l4'ountT
, .! I think Mussolini Is the
r+ i illness. I _.. ... ,.___
'' I problem. he cried. "I got a thousand this purpose. When living Gov- head ..d HrMireTn .
:most (dangerous character In the There those When knock The dog was the first domes I Iliilnnca, dun &.713611!
are who yet "shy" ( a sounded on the bucks! We'.( all set! i I ernor'Gllchrlst was a favorite with
world Hv liniount collet-ted 2I1M,3"
// But no man knows what ticated animal
' at the two percent transactions tax i| door a. moment later Donovan Roger leaped up and grasped i the chlldien. I II Tu Itlililllfe, due '>,4114.111!!
18" .
going to happen. The whole .. .
involved In this plan and who are \ called out : "Come In." his ann lIe too was now surcharged -I ._--_._....._ _i --- -- t'nuntr Mrliool firnernl
world Is in a state of uncertainty -, 'I A rowfvrtK\ \ 20 pounds of milk To Rulance due ". 71' arguing that wears already taxed'\ Tlmmie entered, cap in hand. lie with excitement. Hinonnt, eollerted 21X40!
FUSING dally about 7 gallons of
% requires
Sometime, somewhere
things to death and cannot possibly stand i! paused, across the thieshhold, aij ', "1 ve changed my mind" i.'fe Sllitt I !." Tu llHlitliff. due I 114 IH
> wlUcome| our right This world VlNr. K ln i pivls, (CorreHionit| water. 4'11I'ntr l' llnTo
more taxation. I agree with them looked at his father still having turning to Doc "'['he Pookah isn't .. I Ilaliinee, dm JOO lie
:'belong, to God He made it. When --- ---" -- -
that we cannot, and it is because nothing more than a suspicion of for snle." I Hy amount eolluitetl I I H on'
: wandered away He sent His Son I MI' and Mrs. Russell Carter of Chemical properties In the bloodof Tu llalume, due I 111400
of this condition that this tax is the mil truth. "You cnn't do that!" screamed .
I males and females different 'I'litnl. I Muh.Melioul' II fit n I In r

H0'die; on the cross and buy It back Hellbronn visited Mrs. E. J. LeWis are .
necessary and should be "How are you ?" he asked Doc. "You can go to jail for backIng I To Ih.III''''' duo *,7H..' I'l
wlthJHU; blood. Someday and I j E'mployed'j Sunday afternoon IIV llliimint I ftillfflod 3'>. '7
I because through it, and "Okay son The Doc pulled me out on a deal like that!" I To LlHlnme du a ,,4Sr.01
probably soon. lie will come buck I MI' and Mrs. L L. Conner! and
will we be able to create the demand through. I guess I owe you my "Yeah ? countered Tlmmie rec' I i\ THIStMK: fir Tine '<'r\ii-: Tnlul I "Niih.' '> and take possession of His Miss Edna Conner were visiting '1'.. rialllllie
prop- due I tf.5'1':7: q Sly
life kid. OK t'I.OIt'1I \
for that will i
goods spell ognizing the visitor us his father'sAlleged I
y W. R. Conner at Saxton I ii I ,il'i''ii'tiiiE. ; iv nfrMiiiii, niiMi IIII n. mount follvrtvtl 2.10 OH
I prosperity for us all, and this two Timmie merely looked at his medical nttendant "Well I Mint I t ,rtiiln" ciiiiMi' In Clriillt, C'iiit. To lialani. '"' tint.I' 1d3.11'
0- -- I transactions tax will father, and drew his Miss Elna Conner was i ItiMilrmil t (.inintv.' Klnrlrla, I In rhittt- \.r..ltur..1.
percent come lips closely you can go to Juil for making believe Sundl1Y.1 Tel llnlnnie, due JK1,IIS
In Jacksonville Monday > I | I IhMftihv
r i\ 'nllllo..I. 't''v'i'y, Pluln-
(Teats have shown that the crlti out of the profits of entirely new I together."I you're a doitor" i Mff v. .1 I .1 TIM'iv. l >pr,-iiil.>iiil, nn
, kl I age, at which loss of sleep be- business that we are not now get. want Home dough" he said "Listen you little punk!" blustered day. I the ,'.lli'r |1'1'lIv".1 Cm hflnir l lIIvr.e 'I',, ItnLini f .due...... J',171
I Mr and Mrs W. C Conner were j jt I IIMI, I ih<, tit fi-ndnnt I I IM II rHNlt1nt' ., ofNtiilt I h. I'.n..n'rn
tomes most dangerous, Is reached ting and cannot hope ever to get curtly. the other. "You know what nnlnni-e due I 144 X24H
I II n "I' Count iiliknnwli to thilulnMrt' >
a ',35.'; except through this taxation. It "Money ? Why what is it, Tim- you done! You quueied a deal for t visiting in Gainesville Saturday I I) I t a lid Hint I there I IH no pernontin I llv mount .'..11....tett ,
I .. .
I I Mr and Mrs. Eugene Maxwell )I I III HtMlr I or Klnri'lii' ncrvlce I of.rm To 11 III" '" dm I 1:.17..10
will work no hardship on anyone mle? evaded Donovan I your own father!" I I I vvlioin witnttlrM II...." lloiifl llefiinil
visited Mr. L. W. I >iui proci'HH' IIIMIM
A, but will benefit every living pE'r-j I "Look" answered the young- "Well, you tell the old man I of Jacksonville | |I..* Miller here Sunday. IT IM f >ltr>"Kltl'.l" that lhi> .ilofvml11 I''n Hinolinl (lolleitedIn I 181.117
WORKS in 2 WAYS I son In the country. Everyone will :i I ate, "I threw a race to help you owe him a grand and If he wants Mr. and Mrs B. J. Strickland of I .1. J. T''i'I'Y. upt"' .' to the hill-' ( In "..e tlui' 2.:;,,' 2:1

I pny his Just share bused upon his ,| and on account of that a swell guy to'get even b..t'on The Pookah :i -' '"nlIIII,1| ,, on I thi* 4th diiy lit lion, .t ItrlilKe fnterrnt A CInkIn.
Mayport spent Sunday with Mr ", ., ,', ., l-'lllld
fen .lied Sir pi Il I 9.111, ntll"I'wl II hp ,1,1'
ability to pny according to his tomorrow. I and Mrs R. M. Crosby. ".",,r.,,,"" will I.... ,.n".d, 1111111". Tollv Illllllnce due 9,0i:1 I 1.1
earning capacity and this Is the "That was a shame, wasn't it ?" Ho threw the coat hA had been ,I ... I till,, ri'" his rll II I".'"' I.. 111'1'111'' 'l'tintI mount ,.11|10., iMlHaliinte '4.I ':29,11.1m
Mrs. L. W Miller of Jackson1 1, .. ,,,, ,, due
,' ,
I lila .10'1' h. hll"hl.t 1I1I.jII aro. 'k :i'n.
only equitable form of taxation father with well simulated cirrylng In Godfrey's face The --
i I vllle is visiting her husband at r"III' .I1".lIl1v.I o 'k a t In Ih.'
that has ever been proposed. Every : sympathy. "If I'd known latter, crimson with rage, rushed 1 1I'u',1, I '1111 111 Y "'...I"I"III'h.I"'W"I'"I" a
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C'I| I' "t I "'Ii''ialuitton. i IT IS DANGEROUSIt
cent collected through this tax that was gonna happen, I'd never flom the room.
I Conner for a few days. I'lIhll"h.' I ',' I In 1I1'II.trol'd I OU C t y.
will Immediately be placed back ', have let you do It.' I I S a 1 | l"lilIa IM iInsii.r.ui. i.. Hell n M'IIMTI
I'I'i I : Miss Melva Crosby Is spending W liN 1'1:" 1 '"" hllll.t, 1".1 ,,rri'tai 'I'1 'I'M f..r Ittui JiiMt lo .....k. 'br..e UPI
i, In the channels of trade by the "Well. I did It, and it's done! I' Hop Skit hud, been Installed an \ few weeks In Jacksonville with .",,111 I ..r "" .il. 4 '"ui I 11 I 11.1"llIrPl, I/I', '....r ,'.n.. nlre. .'liIimera lire ,....r
elderly people or "Prosperity I An now I wanta do dome thin' to' favorite to win the American Cup. I Ii Ii'elattve. I 1155iilI"l"li'l.l heat umetIi lNr iCes. "noJ ..... II....
I ",1"\1.. I >iur hiiMln..Hr .., tlIIU... ....rlh threemuch
I fix it i
Agents, and cAnnot be used for up und you gotta help The jockey was Dink Read Donovan 1
I me ..,. ... '
I Mrs E. Lewis and daughter, Ag- \ .1 r 'rh..I/I, > r..r I IlinrvT n. II 41 IIM | I-
I any other purpose whatever and I "Sure: sure I will" said Donovan and bbs clique had had confidential nes. of Rontdraln and Mrs N C ; 4 'h.'k. ..t I 'Ii., ,1111 I '..u. t. 1"'I K.

will provide nn adequnte and con- I I placatlngly. "How much do you dealings with him before i I Mott and children of Brooker.I -- ---- ---

i stint circulation of money (or want ?" I This time their combined bankrolls -
: were visiting Mrs. E J. I.ewls.Sunlny ,
1. Tab :I IUYCRASPIItIN purchasing power) for all the peo- "A grand. The kid, Sir Peter's were on the favorite and they I afternoon FUNERAL DIRECTOR

7 sid drink. .able a full.* pie which means definite and ever- I grandson ain't got enough to enter made sure that Dink knew it. lie Miss Doris Dyle of Sunny | My Iiinv S'e"rs Eaprlen'e| Make l It I'wmlhle! fop Me fo Keniler:

glaiM of water. ltoE lasting prosperity. !iii horse for the Cup. I m gonna was wuini'U in a he nut win no .Brook Fart visited Miss Lucile I II I KlI-iriKNT, rKOMIT: ,,,"1 It'ICTKOI'S :MCltMC; E

vura l Inumenl* la | This Transactions Tax w, Il clr-'j 1:, give it to himand I'm gonna ride matter how. I|I I I I "rosby, Sunday., I ;MOT>KKTK I'llirr.S

t 'curnvent the causes for our present -:,| the horseand win the 'up!" The Donovan group knew that ,i 1, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Jackson and I, HeWITT C. JONKSSturUe I

: taxation to such un extent "A grand," murmured Donovan. The Pooknh' would! be the most Mrs. Eva I Florida
con, Blake and
that savings will be made great- IIlv 'i "A thousand dollars Is 1lot of dangerous contender. He had been I'I Fernan-I. Ill, !.1!,. I Muhl p''" I.'IU: :
dez of Stnrke were .
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of Tlmmie. I before and Timmie -
in Itself. We money ain't under-ridden
excess can re- got that. I ,
2 i f and Mrs. W. C. Conner, Sunday'
| lf Iliraat,Ii marmi A duce taxation In no other propos- could let you have a hundred now was ready to give his lust" ,I
(id* tli* cull], crunh | afternoon.
l mrS! lit 1 HAYEKJjLJflKIH i I ed way so why not try something maybe. How would that do ?" I o i.ice of energy toward puling the i ._ ._. I II 'duaz. r.

Uhlll !I. "It won t do Cnlverlon home In .
1: just once that is solely for at all. retorted steed front an
11 I r''*uu of walnr. j I RVRUanRRN I
|*.,,fgl twice. IhUI / the benefit of the people ? Tlmmie firmly. "I want a but suppose Timmie could be kept .JUR'-HllD

s.d npra eflranewv Ikrval r.KnmraI aim,. I I W. H. OGDEN. I "Look here, Tlmmie" grl1ndl"l (torn riding ? \Is. I" A. Kostrr Correspondent i, .

li-Mnllr. \ .__ 'ather, trying a new tack "didn'tf I The jockeys were rapidly chang- -- I

I IN MEMORY: I read about your friend selling the ing from street clothes to purple Mrs .1. D. B.ipp her and baby spent Mrs \ :f'V. .l II your ciiHJ! Is .!ev.n y.0is old or younger. ,
with mother.
last week
In loving of darling house ? Maybe he wont need the : yellow and:! black silks. Tlmmie' .
memory my r
j his
: I' you can essex. education by a rcmUal
fAll it usually cost* to relieve the 1 Thomas near Starke. 1-\\\ )
mother: I cannot and I will 1i money. fingering the Calverton colors felta '
say monthly cUp&tlt!1 with W. will stand !
Iliuscrv of a cold today-is 3/ to 5rfi I I ofStark. ) 1( / ?r us. :
Mr. and Mrs. Leaton
Morgan, {
rot that she Is dead she is "But he wouldnt sell It If he sharp slab of pain at the thought \ \ :
; him
relief for the period of your cold I sty 'frf' 0.1'1monlh/ while h. I I. in col!!"q..

I5 to 231. Hence no family needAalect ,i just away. With a bright smile hid the entrance fee!" stormed of how he had betrayed his great- ., were visiting Mr and Mrs. J r..,;, end SCSI. male the premium deposits (or you

even minor head cold. I I and n loving heart she him passed !I Timmie est benefactor Mr Peter Calver- J. E. Rosier Sunday. w' .m ;.'!(; ;. 11 you die or I t:tconae disabled before paying

Iere 'I sweet' "But maybe he'd be better ton. Coupled wit this cle- Miss Louise Rosier spent Sunday .. \II
U what to : Take two beyond our sight but her off if was a l up Veurcelt

IBAYKM tablets when you feel a |I face and kind, loving hands will he sold." termination to partially atone by I afternoon with Miss Lorena a. Send Ir eur: irea LooMel on costs: at r.pretal.i.j -

i.cold coming on with a full filass i he remembered always by us and "Yeah:: ?" Timmie walt thinking riding the finest lace of his career. Rosier at Woodlawn. '-s.dI.' .._.1.00':11:< ; InstilJtiona. I
I i water. Then repeat, if necessary fast as he clenched his "Another of them Mrs. .1. S. Rosier was visitingher
I I her friends as well. | hands. one grand I 1:. ,_
to directions in each
(.according Relief i She Is just away-- at rest where "Oh I got It! You wont those stand finishes today Big Shot ?" daughter, Mrs. Willie Reddish

tecage. comes rapidly. I, we all must strive to be. friends of yours to copy another questioned Dink Read pUsaing by Monday SIGN' /T .
he method of II I : i r-- _
Bayer relieving w =- _
Mrs. R. S. Rosier and daughter,
cinch heat! Well "You'll be able to watch aru'fr'*"*
kli is the way many doctors ap- I I The Lord Is nigh unto them that It ain't gonna me I :C'-S : .

pttne. You take Bayer Aspirin for i i Are of a broken heart and saveth happen again. The Puokah. gonna come home without turnln' round," ,. Clarice spent Sunday afternoon MAIL GULF LIF.. i'.StJhA'( .. -- .

I riief then if you are not im- such as be of a contrite spirit. win! And you're gonna give me answered Tlmmie a steely glint In with Mrs. W M. Reddish. | I Jacksonville: ,'j. 1I I

I proved promptly, you call the Many' are the afflictions of the the dough!" his eye. TODAYl

ifuuly doctor. I righteous' but the Lord dellvereth "Oh no, I ain't." said his father The telephone In the room rang. 'tis way to the canopy overlookingthe G.nll.nm I

him out of them all. I II IMrs. | with a slight leer A valet answered. He turned and track. .- IfUl ? Pleas snd rr '> ,:"'Im ::,jl\

I H. D. May Donovan had taken his cant as tapped Timmie on the shoulder. The first steward rose and ur- 'fE: | folder on CuU.l.J: i

Claude Wilma Roscoe, It lay across the chair a moment "Report to the Judges stand 'eyed the boy coldly. I !.f.e

before to his he ordered. "Donovan he said brusquely I
i and Wilson May. i ii I' get wallet right away, .;: ---- --- --- -- -

UTSLT$ i -- ..- ._-- .. .. I I Now he replaced It. Quick as Tlmmie stared. What did they ,I 'you've been permanently disbar, t4at1
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fl-MN.1. DOZtN 25c I U. S. Grant was regarded as a lightning- TimmIe reached out. want with him' Everything was I ed for throwing the Rl lgemor ;::= .

failure before the grabbed the coat and raced In order all registration fee. paid. I landicaps." -- -- ---- ------ -
i! professional for I FREE'c,;;; ;:::

tually 1 cent a tablet ', Civil war. tho door Hurriedly be sJipjieU out and mu'Ji I.I To Be Continued) 1 ... &..;.1 c..a lire11 IIIIIi.

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LATE- BOOKS TO OPEN IN South, Rnnae IS Euxt. I.contalnInir ..... amounting to II iLl!,
10 acres, more or ALSOi
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I TOO DISTRICTS .The. taxes to l hit sold l are evidenced In 8.,:'.' NB4, of \i, I

I- AN INTERVIEW lit .rliricnte Nox. 27B and SIS of Range *2 .1 -, ,, I
1930 and IBS4 respectivelY and reprexent "ltl '' .
1S11ME.MBER (Continued from Page One) acres, mo. i less I,
II. R.: L-VOKIUSKKN: I TO CLASSIFY the unpaid taxeS for the The I" bo ,
By for nomi- snld .
fourteen contested
men veaiM, 1924 to 1917.: both Inclusive, hv ('.rllr''lt.' NOS. :"i" ; < |
1 .
nmountliiKT to Ill 103 "
nation for governor. 19.10 '' 1
n,. ntsiKi.t.Berretary I'Y" AI.HtiLot t 4] Woodlawn In resent ( 1133 l-ospe.tiv, I, '". ,
I The first this will tinpnld i tux. ;J
primary year .Sec. 17 Towimhlp 5 Houth, years 1929 to .
RiaxPRESS ASSOC1A11O\ \ Locale The seat of the Society Plorliln Press Assn. be held May 3. having been ad- 11 nn He 22 Iliixt. contalnlnir' 10 Hm"tintln to $1917 l0.7.' 1"1, "', .

of Unsuccessful Truth Seekers, In au'res.i more or IOHHThe ALSO: Lot : .1
vanced month the 1937 I ,
\J front of the court house. Personnel -,I tlm- one by taxex to be xold' are evidenced' Wee. 29, Townshi" 0111
j. otwakd 7ot Every motorist at some in legislature. The second or run- !liv certificate Nun. 2HO and 224 of llange 22 KttHt, ,' j
"A" unwashed and grouchy; run! : and 1934 respectively, and represent "" '','' '.
his life has had to contend with err primary In races where it is acres more or leu. '

.. -. "B". a bespectacled stranger I' the back soat driver No mutter necessary will be May 24. I 1'I24 I the to unpaid 1'ilT.taxes both Inclualve for theyearx I hy The Ceitlflcate tnxos to he Nox xuld. ",.,, 'V1

looking: like a writer of magazine bow sincere the of those I ..,", ..lInll"M' to 124 37. I 1980( and 1934 .1' ","I' .
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second ClassMatter I' purpose ATS ... :1 45 I .. resi.ru.|: i |\ I vyears .
: poetry. I l: .t. I. 2 I. f 34. HS resent *h ,..,... .., ,. '
.. .
who.. wniilrl.. ___.. direct___ _,. but do not hold Nuro you that I will appreciate the Woodlawn In Sttr. IK, Town -p-1929 ,
to i
at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. B--Well., how's everything? the: wheel. It usually occurs that vote and auppiirt of my Bradford xhlp Ii South. Pa 11 ire 22 East, yyjJL111.10 "19.17.<.::1& i"", ,I, "" "1

.. A--Don t know and don't keer. when they aro suddenly shoved County frlenda.UACir. cnntulnlnir 70 acres, more or :' ,
:: 1!. DOCOLAS. I InxH. of 1 !? ;,; r"t- j

L. Matthews_. ___ .___.___ __ ___ ____ Editor and Owner What business are you in ? Into the driver's seat they exhibit The 1 taxes to bo sold sro evidenced Township, B. !south' '": ,-' '
B-My status I cannot well define less ability and poorer Judgmentthan KOIt K( IIOOI. IIO Hit I hv certificate N'nx I!11 I and Slit of Ra-t I ,, I"k., ,
I hoirhv announce myself a candidate 11130: and 1934 rexpectlvoly. and represent or Ie"""ontalnl'N" I. 'I
at present I am preparing those they so freely criti- for re-eloclloii ax inemhcr of the unpaid tnxea for theyeutna The taxes to ho

SUBSCRIPTION RATE myself for a lecturing! career. I cize. 'Hoard nf Public i Inxl r"'llolI forHIHIfm 1420 to 19.17. both Incluxlve.amountInxT bv -ertlflcnte ,xnlil.. in'j'p ,,1''
' Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 7:>Payable in Advance glean the opinions of all clashes of Psychology of this character of Pcmncrallc votem In Prlmuiy AI.SI): Com on M Hide of lIntel I resent. the unpaid re"lpelh'v! ,"ld" '

people so as to form my mind Intoa must have Influenced the Presi- Mn" 3, !!I88. lot A run on .state HI S4 ft to vears 1911: to t\, '
Advertising Rates Application If elected. I promlKe to srlvo to H Pt of beic. 1'h..n.V 40 ft. .11 I h" I ,11'lc, '
amounting to '
_ composite unit like a composite dent when after long months of 3l2
mv dlnirlct and Itradford County Another 1 I. II Ft. K. 4I Ft N 21 ft. to ALSO: Lots ,
picture-.4you have Been such pictures criticism of his .very aim and action I term of hones, conHclontlouii h..11', Town of Lawley W of J N<4(16..r ,i." ,. I
HdnilnlHtratIon with eriial; I rights to llillwav 'In Hoc 23. Township 6 of mhr".lnM' 1', "
? he saw fit to turn amiablyto N\V'I Scit: | .,
SEWING ROOM: all and Kpeclal i>rlvll" ceH to none.Thunkliifr South Ilnnfce 22 Mtixt. ''''..1'
___ __ A-Yes; but they are no good.I those in the back seat and say you for your Muppnrtand The titxeit to be Hold are evidenced log 13 acres, I llnsi: ','' '
vole' In the I 1. hv ciirtlflcntB mole -.1 i I, ,
Nun. 302
apl'o'hl"N" and
,primal 710 of
This week we had the pleasure of seeing a sample of once bought a composition pitcher "All right it's your carclimbover ')'. I am, 1110: nnd 1933 rexpectlvely, and rep.. I hy The Certificate taxes to be soli) .", ,,, .

the here for and the blamed thing cracked here In the front seat and HPHpPClfllllV. resent the unpaid, taxea for the I' repiRent the No..362 ,'o,, I',\ ,, '
that is being made in sewing room unpaiil ,
the clothing 1 K.: J I.F.WI'I.!' veni-x 1'iU'l to 1437, both IncluSive, t "
the fust time the ole woman poured show me'how'to do It. School' Hoard Member I'IHlrh.t l No. 3. nmountlnir to $49.44 I years 1929 to 131| i I.", .
The article shown to was a ainoMiilliig to I
distribution to relief $
hot water into it. Congress took over the wheel ALSO'( : lO" of Lot I & all Lota I I ALSO s I 3.01
515 ,
neat suit of rugged material for a small boy. It might have and ran the battery down tryln'start KOH (01'\1'\; (.o'tnll..o' Kit I 2. 3 In Town of Lnwtey R of tot 23 f ,r i I" ,\
B -I am endeavoring to get the 1 hereby announce that I will tie Ity In .Sec. 23, 24. 25, 26, Town- N' -P..I..vll. I : i iRange .;

ruiviiuirl.-----.. .tnr-. a- "tiiilrir-mnile"_u__ ____)n uarment._. --- ---- glut I of opinion on the vital quesI to and didn't get anywhere. a...-."candidate.".'m...i.... ..._for, ......County. ....._.._.._.CommlHxIonthe .....L.L......., _-_ 1 I :suit:.' !|> L South. ,. tun-e 22 Kaxt. '. I 1n ,Sen.ot 35.\'t'oso.us.I':' .. .', \11.
Then at the '''' .n .u. HI i ne cnxex 10 ne aoui are evidenced : '" .
President's invitation
lions of the day na held by the will of I the voter In the I Dem- by certificate No 3'M" of 19:in. andrepiexent 2'I .i.-I, font,, ? ,.
The sewing room is a fine investment for the county I proletariat You seem to be an I Big Business confidently took the 'Mriilkrrlniaiv? Mav It, HI. M. I the unnnld l taxes for the Tha acres, mn. ICHK. .
hfive been uiftfd I to tun for thlH I I of venrx I92D to liuth taxes to be .1,1, m s,' v j
teal inclusive
I. half of the materials used. The Peering whce'got the engine .
for ; go- hv
has only to pay one Inlelllgent man. Do you read the fice bv several voter In this ,dietrict ((mnmlInM' to $201\ 23. Certificate No. 3*>"i .i i ,0..

half of the material as well as labor is paid for by the I papers? Have yod formed an I tag but couldn't figure out how If It l I" their wish to make n ALSOLot: 27 Town of Lnwtey youra reprexnnt ISIS thug to unpaid .i ,i
to release' the brake. Then Lit- chnnfrtlit this time and honor me 1-1) of Rv In !Ser' 23 14. 25, sat 1911 I" I

WI. _A_.. Thti_ _.. rmintv.._._ benefits_ ___n. fov_ havinir__ the__ useful clothing_ j question opinion ?on the Chinese-Japanese |I. tie Business took Its turn pulling with'.>nl .'the.r the office h..Ht 1 of ptoinlne my ability ion per-to I I Townxhlp r.nxt. & South Range 22 amounting ALSOLotx: to $24 14 I f 17 I I' t

distributed:' to some of its needy children. levers, pushing pedals and jnes- Klve them a flean and honest, nitmltilxlrallon The taxes to he Hold are evidenced Kmbraclnir V'ii of, M I I. v \
A--One thing at a lime, will / .' and 'to devote my time bv t'ertitieatu. Nnx 307 and 256 of of NWM In Sec. 33. T''\ .1, ,t'' .
ng around generally with no re- I In tb-lr behalf H..ldpnl..f Hi uth Range 22 I l.iIng : "
o you ? Ye-es. I must be a Intelligent Klurldu I and 11135 1-enpectlvely and represent C I",
/ uhts. .. 40 ycHiH; 'taxpayer 37 yearn; edu- the unpaid laces for theyoarx acrem', more 01, I .
A DIFFERENCE IN: SYSTEMSIn man for the lawyers tell me And all this has been I' ,ted* common Hrhno! of Oeornrla, and 1924!1 to 1417. ln>lh Incluxlve' .' ; The taxex to be Hold .u 'd!,
so every time I snrve on a jury. helpful. Florida, Planl I ('I ty I IllRh.I I cotnmerciul ainoiintlnir to $1H 1! .8S. bv Certificate. No lIt i r ,
I Labor and Capital Big Business coin Me I In Tampa LttivlnenM. ('011 ALSON'i: nf Lot 33 (Or N 200 I represent. tha unpaid t t.i\, i .
England it seems that the richer and more influen- And I read the piipers. for papers. 1 tea.. "'1.) Town of years 1924 to 14n.I both'
Lawtey of Rv
tial is: the harder it with him when he Is the only thing except bookworms and Little Business have all been ... H (Jack) FJI LOH. 'I In Se< .H 21. 24. 25 26, Township I aln..unllll to $37.06
a young man : goes I given an opportunity to express a 5 South; P.anKO 23! Uast. 1"ld certificate i I t ,L_
and that
measles can be .
comes before the court of justice. Strange as it might view. All have been given a foil I 01 vrv OMMIHKIOMMI: I i 'rhe tiixe to be sold me all subsequent .I
up To the Levied
had for nothing Some feller buys JtamocratJc vt era of I by certificate NOH. 308 "vld..n"o"J taxes will be '..I I i

seem to us here in America who are used to seeing the rich a paper reads the sport news and r chance to sit In and tell their ({,'I"okpr hereby and N>w. Illver, : I I I I'.' 1U.1II and mxl::! ruxpectlvely. ul'r hlghext In Starke bidder at the .'i
as well announce mv (cnndldncv I'rexent the unpaid taxeH for theysutiw on the I It I Hi i di
and influential often get off with light punishment isn't the the comic supplement then throwsIt story as suggest a remedy.It for re-election. for county commlMHloner 1H29 to I'l'IT.: both Inclusive i Mirth. A. f>. 1938, nt II I
has and,' .... ... V M.
created If
a better feeling ''''', I .promloe to Hinountlng1 to $21.22. '
and I it As I
English method after all the most logical ? away picks up. to all along the line. We all appreciate flo everything In mv .pouer for the ALSO: MM! of Lot 33. & all Lot Hilled tlilx. the 19th. id" I i'r
the Jap question I've this to say: I bent Interest fnr the county. and 31. 35. 3K, 34, 40 Town of Law. I rta" 193S

An editorial writer in the Tallahassee Democrat has the Leave 'em alone. to make something an opportunity to blow oft .people ty and I't'PI'o"| have woiked for the coun Icy, B of lly In Secx 23. 24, 25. (fWt'IIAI.1". '.*
I'team.Ve! all hold certain III the pact 24, Tiinnxhlp S South Unnuo 22 I rS.
opinions -
: following to on the subject : outen China. then they won'tbother and will continue to do ii,,. I will I Kant. I Clark of < i ',
say I us. The Chinks have only and it gives us a feeling of appreciate. your. support. The tnxex to be soil, are evidenced .' Bradford, County I

self-importance when we are allowed TRUMAN H I>VAl,. by certificate No 309 of 1930 and ?lt-xt.31l.
England's method of law enforcement has often I four Industries. One is to starveto "i prexent' the unpaid taxes. for the
death for failure to grow to express them. I-'OH ('01 \;'rr ('0,IM 1110% .::11 j years lin'l to I 1411 I both inclusive I XOTH'H.' or o\1101'1 I

been held up to the United States as a fine example rice: one Is to work for a quart While the_ comnlalnta_,___f --m.j .-. nnrl_.._ _no.._e, for- -I .-hereuv....-.-..n'...,., I.nn.h"_annuume.........."__"........my...... ..candidacytrlct .......rn... .' .''...... iiiiioiintlnv< i.Mf'.... i..oix.$11.99.|41" .tx:.. _Vf.. _I A<*re ",',...,.C"'I'. : .. ..u. .: ... ... ,

which we do not follow in this country. A recent case of rice a day; one Is to die by the j Bested remedies advanced by La- the Four, miliject to 'the votera, In I Town, of Lawtey B of Ry In 1."'in, ,0. Harvey. huts filed ."
Hjr on. the hand Primary election May 3. I "S.-c'x 21. 24 ,iriinext that the,
oru are quite different promIxe 25. 24. Township 6 I \
in London's Mayfair demonstrates so perfectly the hundreds every year from floods and to give a faithful and' hUHlnexn- I "South. KuMue 32 Hunt.: I t'"' ''i-tes together with ill' .

anr1 the fourth Is to turn bandits in conflict with those Ilk. admlnlxtiMMnn In thin ..rrl..... The taxes; to be Hold are evidenced fluent omitted or levied i..' ,

manner of administering the law and the public reac- I by Innd and water Hit's time for I made and urged by Industry the Your xupport appreciated ft. by certificate No. 310 of 1930 and b>' the Stale be advertised. '

i fct that botb sides! 8.VA8I' >IX. reprexent the unpaid taxes for the I, tr. the highest bidder f' "
tion that administration found. are given a I .
the I *vlded '
Japs to take 'em in charge. yenta 1934 to 1911 both Inclusive : t hy Chapter 181417 r
I say paves the way for eventual roil HI'iiooi. 110 lIB amounting; to $1675 I I :! Aits Leglxlnt' ,

Four young men all members of exceptionally B-But, my dear sir see how agreement and!, understanding.. I hereby announce myxelf a canituiate AI.So r : Lot tli Town of Law 'nil- 'I'flt'fleiifrlhed. i iIn .
the for election ax niembet of Icy M of Hv In the County of ,',
Japanese flood this Kec'K 21: 24 25, H'n.tn,
"good" families graduates of the best schools and all I country Equally at variance are the alms th S'ho..1 lloanl from" Olxtrlct Two ?ft, Townnhlp 5 Mouth Range 22 1"1""da. tu-wl:

with cheap products thereby and purposes of those comprlxlitfr. Mouth Stacks, Thpre....... Eaxt. . 41. 42. r 1T'nndtnwfl 1
with rich relatives were found guilty of robbery with threatening the high standard of groups LIU! Snmpxon, Vlty. eubject to the 'i lie taxes. to V>e Mold. are evidenced In Sec to TI'. (. ,
I 'cnown as BIG and LITTLE Business rill of the voieix In the 73 fi.. .
Demo by certificate No. 814 of 1930 and containing 60 t. i
violence. The crime itself was enough to shock the living of the American workman; yet none of the problems cratic Primary :May' 3. If elected I repiexent the unpaid taxes for the or I......
and the piomlxe to woi'k for the bext Inter- The tsxes to he sold '
see enormous shipments years 1939 and 19JO: amounting to intiv -
English public and press for the four enticed a repre- of presented by any group are be- eatS of all the Hthnolx In Hrndford $11 61. certificates Nos 141 .i I .

sentative of a jewelry firm to small beat him scrap-iron to Japan there to beconverted '. yond solution provided ALL will (Countv.t Kollclted.Your vote and active mippoi ALSON: 1{, of Lot S7 Town of 1424 and 1916: re.t>.r tlhresent I o.y I .
a hotel
Into ammunitions of work Lnwley K: of Ity In Hec'x 23. 24, the 1111.al<1 tax- ,
and robbed him of gems valued at 13,000 war and-- I together harmoniously with W S 81111.12' 25 28. Township .5 South Range I years 1928 to 1417. both .
pounds. that .
sincerely view.me I 23 East atnultlnJ to $151 19
.... L . . u A-Hold ver hoases. mister I ......- --,._- -. -' :\0'1'1('''' OF II \1.1-1 n." 'f' & .y The tHXeM In l.e Mold nre ..vlHj.n..*/tbv I' : KK. of Lnt 12 >"' v.
V me iora cmer justice wno Heard their case listened | What standard of living do ; BV.IIOII .oi jrresuieni noose- ('1':11'1'1' PieaTEer'OTWa :. certificate NOH.- -313 and- 73*-of' i I law. In Sec to, Tp "- I IRaxt.

you re- velt In calling all Interests into i' HKIUOHV fllvn.V that 19:10 and 1933 rexpectlvely and containing .5 A<"i "
to testimony of their backgrounds their schools I fer to? That of the fellers In the conference and ',onl.. H. Mill hax filed with me rexent the unpaid taxe. for rep the or 1(...

_ their families and their '! automobile shops. who make from giving all an equal written re'|iiext that the tax rertlfIcatvn years tillS to 1937. both Inclusive, The sexes to he sold ni', '
surrounding of wealth .
and opportunity tp discuss our national together with all .xubxeriuent amounting to $ 14 99. >>v cei-tlflcates NOK 217 .< I

position and then handed down sentences that 'i fifteen to forty dollars a day and problems and advance their .IU..d or levied taxes held. by ALSOLot: 1 Ott Snb-DIv In lain and 1933 r..n..1 I
ride to their work In fine he State he advertIxed and sold Kaxt Lawtey. resent the '' '
haven't been equalled for severity in in the drlv cars suggested remedies f has done more >n the highest bidder for ennh anlirnvldfd The taxeH to be Bold are evidenced years 1429 to 1417 hunt h! ,
years Brit- by Shaffers and who work thnn any other one to I hy Chapter 1 21 fI..f the by Certificate Nox. ni5 and 743 of amounting to $19. SC. .
ish Isles.] one month no as to git the means thing restore ">.17 Actx of the I.PxrlxlutniT' upon 10O| and 19J3: rexpectlvely. and rep. AI.SOLotx 5.. 54. 60 I I... V
) for confidence both In the ad- 'he i following dexcrlbed real estate / resent the unpaid taxes for the 'lawn In 8eo. 11, Tp. r. n!

lie not only sentenced them to terms striking two months ? Or to ministration Itself and In the coontry's 'In the County of Rindford. State of years 1IU9 to 19.17. both inclusive, E.. ...nnlalnln8 80 Aii-- "i "
ranging from the mIllions of others who must lnrldn' to-wlt: amounting, to 1717. r-e I.
nine to future. ; ? NK'4 of NRi Kx 1 Acre In NK ALSO: Lot 6 tILts Bub-Dlv In The taxes to be sold ar.'l'I Iw '
years eighteen months at hard labor but he go on relief? As to scrap Iron Out of It ail should come a C'"I' f'r chool' I In Sec. 22. TownshIp East Lnwtey. certIficates Nos IS4 :,'. I'

added penalties of from fifteen to t hit's not all for war purposes: ound 7 South\ Tlanire 20 ttaxt, I The taxes to be aold are evidenced "21 of 1927 1414. nnd I If. ..
twenty strokes of :Much! of It I is for automobiles constructive administrationpolicy containing .19 acres, more or bv ,'eutifitate No... 317 and 746 of Iv..ly.. and r..1r..lt Hi, I"i" .I
the cat-o'-nine tails for three of them. and that will make for the wel- ,lexH. 19.10 and 19 I3 rexpectlvnly and rep for I'l.1' '
when the Japs begin to ship /ern fnr*kof all The taxea to he Mold are evidenced I recent the unpaid taxes for the both inclusive, Amn"nll' i t"
For said the ]lord I i into this interests. Both Cwgress ." certlffiafe. KON. 79 and 97 of years 1939 lu 19.17 both inclusive, ALSOIotx I I' N
chief then
justice, the upbringing and country the F.O.B. and the Nation to-day are and 1:134 rexpectlvely, and rep- H ntouuuitiu I to $2J.45. of T.t 63 all Lot 17 n \ .'

the fine training these Detroit magnates will sit up and better able .. the unpaid taxes for the ALSOtx>t 4 Ottx Silb-DIV In 'Inwn In'P". 11 Tp '. v ': :
young men had received made take notice. Now.. to face the task of determining 11JO to V>17. both inclusive' Kuxt I...wI..y. R: "" "lalnln8 65 Aci-- '

their crime greater than if it had been what to or not to do r'Y I' to $77 55. The taxex to be sold are evidenced lexs.The.
committed by B--Well let that suffice. But than was the AT.so: t.nts n, 4 or 10 acres. In bv Certificate Nox 316 and 745 of tixex to he sold nibv ,
case before these NRH of NI3H In Sec ItKIO: and 1933 certificate( Nox. 14H _'"I i '
some warp-brained child of the slums. The whit is your attitude toward 1. Town- rexiecllvflv| and represent -
fact that cap- conferences were helc). whip S Mouth. IlanKe, 22 Ra.t, 'the unpaid taxes for the of 1424. 1934 soul 1917 i innd

these four young men knew better and had been fitted I ital ? I Like the httfl*. aaat. ,1.. .(....>,_ .. contnlnlnir. 10 acrex. more. --. I-.!-' years. 1924 to 1937.- l.mh--on in.n.v."i,,.!.,. represent the iioiin ,1, '
---- ---- --- wu- the ISSf'Vo
A--It Is concentrated less.Tl amountlnR to IHSKI: years 19'7.
by their rearing to become good citizens instead that wealth oxpectedly thrust In the driver s > taxes to he sold are evidenced ALSOLota 7 Otm. Stib-Dlv. In amounting to $16047ALHO
of has
made this country great. scat these varied and Interests liv certificate. No... 256 and 200 of K.iMt Lawtey : Lots B, 5, 7. '.
thugs, made their conduct all the more inexcusable.In Whit would the workmen do ifcapltnt groups 1910 and 1934 respectIvely, and represent Tbe taxes to be old are evidenced 11. 12, 21 24. 2 53. & I ,
have come to realize that the unpHJd taxes for the hv Certificate Nox. 318. 747. and In Woodlnwn Sec' I"R "' ,
did not start factories years 1924 to 1417. both 134 of is:;::.,, : ami f 23
the United States! the things which ve have a rough and rugged road Inclusive in3.1. lit 17. retupectiveiy. containing tj Lmore "
very the mines. commerce. transportation amounting to $15 03. I and represent the un j or lexs.
E English: jurist held against the four facilities and to travel at best and nothing Is to .U.xo: Irfits 1. 2.3-4 & 1V"i of paid taxes. for the yeaia" 1929 to I I The taxes to he sold .111" '
youths would have sorts of great bo gained In trying to the Lot 5. 5 & all 9. 10-11-12-11-14-/ 1416.: both. Incluwlve. ninountlnir to hv certificate Nos 206 .1'' "'

L bulked large in their favor. For we in this works that scattered capital! could wheol yank 15-16-l7-l I -20.2l21l252 -2744 $2" 99. 1424 and 1914 r..np..II'.1. I'
from .
country not bring about ? away an able and exnorienccd In "'ondIAwn & W4 nf NRH ALSO: Com at a ft on Hy resent the

have a way of excusing personable young men of good And what keeps chauffeur or In continually of SRV |III 101..... 11, Township 6 where R tit W line of Hec. :21: years 192 to 1417, both ,
the Red Cross and other great South. Range 23 Knxt, contain croxxe & Run N on Ry 060 ft amounting to $348.17.
; talent and unbringing. It may be to give them another charities a-golng. but bothering him with Impractical log 200 acre... More or Ie.... to Road running E from Ry ALSOLot 62 In W
capital advice and non-constructive The taxes to M sold are evidenced. Thence at right angles to fly Sec 16. Tp. R 8 R 22 I Preining
chance to make good. Or it may be the influence which '.Let It alone. says I, and the coun- criticism.We by certificate. N o. 2"8 of 1910: andrepresent 1440 ft to a Pt of lie,.. Thence 10 acres, more '.
try will take care of Itself the unpaid taxes for the I N Parallel' with Ry 840 ft The taxes to be sold ar ,
those "good" families bring to bear. still have a lot of hill climbIng years 1424 to fill' both Inclusive Thence K at right Ruffle 1050 bv certificate Nox. 277 ..
P.LHow does .
the European war amounting to $401.74AL ft Thence S Parallel with Ry 1410 and 1934 resneu'tivci'resent
4 : The English public opinion. carefully noted scare affect you ? to do and while the road ahead 0: Lots 7, 8. 9 & all loin 840 ft ;Thence W at right I angies the unpaid taxivearx
was Isn't Impassable It Is going to in W of Highway & Lots 17-47- 1050. ft. to hut In Mac 24, I 1929 to 1417, both i
A-Jest require -
solidly with the court in the severity: of its this way: Every time 4R-SO-A1 \'oodlnwn In "Sec.' 12 Township 6 Soutli. Uiinita 23 amounting tn $30
penalties. t: see two mocking birds pretend some careful and cautious Township' 5 South flange 22 I ICnul containing 20 acres, more ALSO: Lots 1 6.3. I I'I i ..

Americans might approve such sentences too. But they to wnt to I Irivlng to get us through In com- Rant: containing 80 aches, more or less I I 17, 18 In See H. '1". ,
scrap think of Hitler or tees.Tiuc The taxes to he sold R. 80 I'
are evidenced "" 1.
# don't get much chance. They're too busy approving anti Mussolini. The birds. :ort and s'1tety.Ve've all had a I taxes to be .sold are evidenced I by Certificate No. 319 of 1930 and or I.eonllllllnl..

lee. don t dare to you turn at the wheel and It appearsthat bv certificates No 261 of 1930. and represent the unpaid taxes for the ; The. taxes to he xold' m '..
I leniency and probation. fight only to our represent the unpaid taxes for the yearn 1424 to 1411: both Inclusive I hv certificate Nox. 214 >
put on a bold front. How could regular chauffeur seemsto years 1929 to :Ukl. both Inch.lv"1!t amounting to $77.66 1929 and 1934 rexpectlv. t tresent

-oNO ny of those countries be able to handle the car as amounting to $ ALSO: NBii of NWVi of NEW\ the unpaid' tnxi-
over there well If not better ALSO: Lots 53, 64 & N'-i of Lot ft Wlu NWV N-Rl,, & a'/j years 1928 to Q17.. bnrli,
: 'igbt when they are bankrupt and than anyone else E7-58 & all Lots 59-HO In Wood. I' nf NlJi.ifo v.t:: & NWI. of an"1nlnl to $220 61

HOLIDAY FOR DEATH i tin't bum no funds ? But I ;in the crowd. Now If the rest of law In Sec 12 Township 6 NK'/' of Nii In Sec 24 Town- Lots R. 21 2' \
South. I llnngtt 22 Dust: contain Ship' 5-South. Range, LIt'uuuitainttug lawn In Sec 17. ". 1
t you guys want to sit I nnst, Tp
t .f"'t and fret
Last year accidental deaths in the United all. Their people have stood up log 50 acres, more or less ttO act.es, mole or R. containing 30 acre
States!' declined tout all ard) worry. you can but for my The taxes to .be sold are evidenced I I lexs.The. lexs.

J four percent from 1936. But there's nothing in that to war would they can stand, and a part I'm gonna relax and let the hv certificate Nox. 261 and 228 of taxes to be Mold nre evidenced. j The lOves to he sold ai .'
be Lois
cause a good instigation and 1415: rexpectlvely. and represent I v I eI'tifi't.'s" N.." 120) and 75.1: nf j I hv certificate NOK 210 '
us to throw out chests-Nature Tor :oys go on drivin' like been the unpaid taxes for 1930 and 1931 1429 nnd ,
our not man, was the cause revolutions and the bosses are they the i respectively. and rep- I 1414 and 11unnnld ''
I loin' If ask years lltjl! in l'i"7 In.tli IniluxUe. 'lexent the unpaid taxes fur taxes foe the c' .'
r you me this the
of the drop. The mild cool mindful of that. That's what amounting to $14570. 1429 / 1 Cl?.
summer, according to the Na. time to Y"lr to 1417.: hutli Inclualve, both Inclusive, am' '

tional Safety Council makes the Japs so sassy.- Thev ... L be. changln' drivers. ALSO 19_ Tnur. .N.. .,.....hl.i'.', .of......NR'i*.., _In___Sec.1.iast .-. .I "mollnll,1 a.to I6I5H._ . $15 L. .
was responsible for almost all of the :'enow Stalin we oeen geitln' along mighty n. .i' um. would ;M'Vv'III;
help China only containing 40 acres, mole I Sec. 25, Tr.wnt.hli> 6 88 & KK' of 41"itt nil, t.
decline good I ,
and I
inasmuch: as heat deaths were 4.500 below normal. ''ie dassent. Much of this war m the kind of a guy or lexrtThe Mi.uth. flange 2'J faust, contaln- I II. '". 6 S. H. 22
that believes In let tixex to be, void are evidenced' l I Ing 10 log 40 F.,
In fields icare In the tin' well enough I acies mole or less. acres, more I
: where man is the papers is only prop- by certificate ? 213 The '.
governing factor, the death alone. 'uu. of 1930, and taxes to be sold are evidenced The taxes to h. .sold ai-'
and injury total with igxncla by home Interests that represent the unnuld taxes for the l Iy I'ertlfli-nte Nos. :J2J and 771 of I by certificate Nos lit. ..
the _
exception of home yearn 192 to 1911 both 1430 U29
accidents con 'have axes to grind. and --- -- Inclusive and 1913: respectively. and I I and 1 3 respective
by the amnuntlnir to $iO
31. ,
represent the resent
/ tinued to rise. The greatest killer of all time, the automo- rngllHh: who try to scare Uncle POLITICAL ALSO Lot 35. In 'ondlo"'n In years 1929 to unpaid$1417. both taxes Inclusive for the :''years 1928 the unpa'7. tux bollamounting ,

bile claimed S;? Sfc 13. Townxhlp. 6 !South; amounting to 13941. to .
four m, Sl) that they could hold $116 14.
percent more victims than it did in 1936 on to Hanite 22 Kant, containing 10 ALSO: SRi't of SR<4 of Said Tax certificate
; for a total of 39,700. Occupational his coat-tails In case of war. The acres more ,,r lexx. SWI4 of SRH \\ with all subsequent, omln I
deaths climbed six percent way for this country Is to attend The taxes to be sold are evidenced Ilond NWi/i n'trN r $'w'I I led taxes be sold tiest .
to 19000. The grand total of to THE DRMorrMTtr:: VOTIJRI bv certificate No. 244 of 1930 and NKW of SW'/' of I,'' % bidder the Com .
deaths her &
from all accidental own business and keep OP, Tftn EICJIITH JfiMCIAL represent the unpaid taxes for the I I "HWt, of HWi of A In Starke on 41' h. dnj "
k causes was 106.000with 375.000 never minding the propaganda hut ( IR'1:1'1': years .'1129 to .1111.: both Incluxlve.. or N"i of of snioni'.. .r.\ S:, A, f>. 19.18. thO t -tin n-..!.

jured and 9,400,000, eight percent of persons the whole permanently in- ,t 'em folks on the other side for I nomination hereby annoum as State.e my Attorney candidacy to amounting'AISOL.otx!' : : to 11778 6'l.: 54 In Woodlawrn I of nf :: In of NFL;:. -2"-FJij Township-: of. *.K'i,5 A r'nted FL 193$this. the i2th. tls

population In Sec.
work out their own salvation- succeed myHHf. and promise con 13. TownshIp 6 Range II..t. contalti- (OFFICIAL SEAL)
temporarily injured. The direct ''i tinued. .esrnext energetic South Han ire 22 F..t. contain I log acres, I A. J.
cost of these accIdents mn"tlon\ as is faith. log 20 more or lesx
more .
likely. ful acrex, more .
performance or Ie. The
of the duties of to he .sold Clerk of Circuit
is estimated to have reached the Hel h-ho; so long. nrr"... hue The tnxex to be xold are evidenced hv Certificate No. 323 are nf evidenced lirtiuifuu'd ('ounti'.3t3.4.

of 3700000000. staggering total B-(Sot to voce.--Such an exhi The continued support of the by 1930 certificate and 1035 N..... 204 and 227 of I represent. the unpaid fates 1910 for, and the .
fl.'aio'rshs .
'.r this Circuit will ttf respectively and reprexent years l'C4! to lOll I. both l
There is 1937's bition of mental strabismus! Such deeply ..pp/'I..'. accident record in .1. r yearn 19J9 to 1117. both 1 Incltielve, AI.I'!)
expressed cold figures. stupendous and Ingenious ADKI.V I : Rlj of SKl-j of VW' of
perver. amotintlnir to :
It i is bad enough looked at that Ion of obvious Ullln..... vlll... Florida.' "I.'O' :': of 110 79. UK", In Sec. 2 way. It is infinitely worse if facts! Well I galnii -- 'i f.nt $ A all Lot Hiuth Range 22 I
you regard it in terms of > omethlng from his ravings Foil" Trl''OTTOIOKY. o & NiJ' of r.ot 16 In Woodlawn hog, 5 Acres more E..t.or less..contain
human : & MF.
Suit H of
values-mutilated bodies Is "hiJu.'t to C huflpuirat, 'he Pr Ry In "Seu'. The taxes to he "0.1
dangerous are
widowed mothers for the proletariat to mary IClfrtlon I hereby 14, Township 5 Month flange 23 f hv Nn. evidenced
announce Certificate
orphaned 345
children Kaxr, of 1930.
blinded and crippled individuals read the papers and I will advocate : -i nihth;iv 1 rand :dttcy: for State Attorney or lexa containing 2S acres, more' represent the unpaid taxes for and the

: gore and carnage. And that the .. Judicial Plrrnlt, composed Th- years 1921 to 'lOll: both Inclusive
perhaps the .moat sombre press be restricted of AU hun. HHkvr. Hradfnrd, III- "ven to he sold are evidenced amounting ,
reflection of all is to puHlihlng christ, Levy and Union by certificate No 2A9 of oI'I' 'J
that ninety percent of the only sports news and Counties. 1910 and AC.SO4 for of i
accidents Vrnir represent the I : SE'4
were v"te and unpaid taxes for the of
I coml: support will b. Nr-:'
supplements MW'.f N'
4 in all probability --and that. all appreciated y..ar"939 to 19':1.: both of of NKH __
easily preventabl-I.'omebody the Inclusive I SRl. HK"M of NEiL ____________ b.
was average render cares for. T. B. Dt'NCAV a.nn"'lnl nt BITiI, A 3 A I I I t =
somebody' was ignorant somebody took careless'j way. any. aineCvIhte., Florida. ALSO: S'":,'oVLot 18 In Wood- nf NWC'nrof 31 lIt
chance | SR'4 of
a lawn In So.". ,II. Township 6 Nf' SE". A 'v'. nf ISLISTIN SALE
was no holiday for death. ?- -----._-- -- FOR -- !!....Ih. flange 22 Rast contain. i I NFnf, 1 Irof 11'' & JW' I 17LtM
'r\TE'1I ,
AT'I'O"h.r.by ".:\ A
.. of
5 tere JJv
Will VIMXO NAMED: T announce .ir more or less. I' or MW'S of I'' TO
1938 repeat this mvH a* can Tli. ',"-. to be 8r nf NE
sold .
grisly toll of life didate for the are evidenced nt "'W" Ny .
health and dol : Governor Cone has office of Htate'n Atornry by certificate No. 289 of Sl':'" In ". 2.', I
appointed L. In and 211 of
lars'It' the I
up to us, all of us, to answer that I "). Big-nth Judicial Clr- 1910 and 15::i Township S South. Range 22
question through Vin'ng to the District Five Wei- Milt mjhjort to approval of the respectively and represent Rant 47 I CARPENTER'S'Mr"
the .untalnlna more
unpaid taxes
our actions. tare Board Kiturn In I the Dmocra for the or .lexa. !
to Buccel'dv.. P. May 3. It Primary v ore 1914 to 1917 both Inclusive'
may b. .Impoanlble. dur The taxes to be sold
Smith. who has Inw Mm amounting to $1* 14 by (' are evidenced
L resigned camimlwn, fnr
mI. No
n meet ALSO Lnts. "rttl."t. 3til of 1410.
pomunally 4$, 44. 80 i In Wood- and
.ver? 'voter but I a.- lawn In Ceo IS. Township S r..pr..n nnriitld 155*. far the !
yearn 1919 ln 1941, both Inclusive. '

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HOOKS TO OPEN IN ftiiuth. Range 2t East ..ontalnInir ( $ amounting lo $112.:'*. .
Bradford County Telegraph 1 10 a.i'Zee. timr or lexx ALSO: NB44 of
TOO LATE DISTRICTS I .The taxe to be cold. are evidenced c In 80. 27. To n '
AN INTERVIEW >.< .frtlfUntv Nox. 275 and 218 of Kang 12 i ; '
Established 1871ME."BER I' (Continued from Page One r>30 and 1814 rexpectlvely, and represent I Keren more F..tl le-K 1
By II. E. LAGERttRKN TOCLiLSSIFYC.rvetary. the unpaid taxe for the I The taxes to lie > .J
fourteen men contested for nomination veers 19:21 to 1917 both Inclualve.ni4 I by ..rlt..at. ;Nox...10. |17 ,
'I .untlnK to |"I 03ALSO 1930 oireaent
for governor.. I renpectn 1
? Lot 42 In Woodlawn In the '
I I "r ftt'.ELL K'- unpaid fax i.>
Locale) The seat of the Society! ,II The first primary thin year will Sec 17. TownshIp t South I 19X9 to I I..i ID
VThORIDAPRESSASSOCIA11ONS i'i FtoHd* Pre** Ax' .'l. be held May 3, having been ad- I Range 22 East. contaInIng 10 1"1'I ; to 13.. "'u
of rjngucceMful Truth Seekers In I *''re.. more or lea*. : Lot 11 I ii, w
the 1937 "
I vanced month
one by The lazes to be sold are evldeneeiltie .. 25. 1
front of the court boune. Person- ;, J. Tnwnxhli' "II
otwztd t.ida. : | Every motorist at some time In legislature. The second or run certificate No. :210 and 224 of i I lanll'2 Kaxt.. ,''Ola, I rll' 4

net"A", unwaabcd and grouchy: <) bis life has bad to contend with cit primary In races where It Is laze and 134 rexpectlvely. and repjrexent ..r. 901' or I iff
"B". i< I the unpaid taxex for (U" I I 'h.t> ha .
. ._ a benpecuicled stranger. I ,.
H the back seat driver.. No matter I necessary, will be May 24. I years. 1.2< to 1137' both Inclusive.MI.uniting ty C.rtrlat. N...010 ', "4
I'ub.'i.shed Entered ClassMatter looking like a writer of magazine the of thoee I to >2*> :a7. I IAIXII ADo '
: Weekly on Fridays and as Second I poetry. how sincere purpose Ix.lf I. 2. :1 I. I II. 34. 48. n't !I r..t "I"r"1',, n

at the Post Office at Slarke Florida I. who would direct but do not bold >ur'< you that 1 will appreciate the ]I I In, \Voodlawn In "..... 13, Town- I j years 1929 1917 l I.s. ilij,
B---Well. how's eVf'1''thingADoc.t the wheel it usually occurs that \'"t.. and support of my Bradford'i chip. I South. Range 22 ..1n.l.I I amou..ln" to $24.

._m ___ __ know and don't when are suddenly shoved County frtond. I II '''''''alnlntr 70 acres. more or I I I 1.0' I Acre t.Mof I; "\
kt"f'r'l they I ZACII I!. DOUGLAS. I leaa. 8E'v of fly' l I.
E. L. Matthews -.__ -_ __ _________Editor and Owner Want business are you In ? Into the driver's seat they exhibit The taxex to be xold are evidenced S. South .n I l- J.
B-My status I cannot well define -,I less ability and judgmentthan Foil w( Ii 001, no lit l> :I by certificate N'o*. !*t and 228 of I Ruxt. COftallll1 I A' .1.>
.m poorer I hereby announce myself a candidate -: 1930: "*# respectively, and rep t or less.The "14 l
< at present t am preparing I I those they so freely critiCl2e for re-ej.rtton an member of'', ,, nh'. unpaid taxes for the I II ..IOh" soIl' I' .j

SUBSCRIPTION RATE myself for a lecturing careerI !I Hoard of Public Instruction. for I year 1939 to 137.: both inclusive, by ('orllfl.( Nx! ..n1U2 '. '* I
I Bradford County subJect to action I' amounting tn 1172.74AfJt and 1934 'I
Yearly' $1.50; Six :Months 73c: :-Payable in Advance glean< the opinions of all classes of,I Psychology of this character,i i of Democratic Voters In Primary I {": Com on'. K sIde of, Hotel. f 1 resent the Unpaid recpnctJ..tt./ IB. ',,| ,I "P'I h((

people. so n* to form my mind Intoa must have Influenced the I'reslj -I Mat 3. mil I LOt a r..n ..n ..flV .... U n .0 I veers nil to 1117. ''
Advertising Rates on Application unit like j If elected I promise. to give tn :J I a Pt of ""N'. T..n.V 411 ft. ,I amounting; to $10 &2. hctl ''I"t'j'I :
composite a composite I dent when after long months of j ji J my district and Bradford 'ounty another H 21 "'t. K:. 4ft ft N 21 ft. inbit. ALHO- Lut .

picture<--.you have< seen such pictures i criticism of his every aim and ac- term of honevt. <'ormclentlouxadministration (I Town of Ijltvtey W oflt'ilwav I Embracing Jfu\, of .;{,; 1 ,I'< ''
with equal rights to I $ in Sec 2*. Township 6i of '
? i NWt In Sec. 35. T.., !'
GOOD WORK BY THE SEWING ROOM j I lion he saw fit to turn amiably all and vpeclal privilege. to none i I! South 'i..I: Kaxt. South Ilangt 22 East. ", I'

AYes ; but they are no good. to those in the back seat and say Thanking. you for your support i The lazes to are evidenced I i InN' 13 acres, more <.i" i I. I'I"
This week had the pleasure of seeing a sample of I i i I and vote In the approaching prl- j,1 bv certificate No*. 302 and 710 of Th. taxes. to s.'lt! I
"All "r.
we once bought composition pitch- right. It's your car-climb mar>'. 1 am. I 1930 and ISIS: rexpectltely.. and r"p-I I by ("erUr..t. .. tf t '

the clothing that is being made in the sewing room here for er, and the blamed thing cracked ,. over here In the front seat and ITerpeclfullr reent the unpaid taxes for the r..pr..t unpaid .r ';"H
I 5.1 LWI5.S.hool 1929: to 117 both Inclusive.amounting ,
the< fust time ole show i, Years year 192 to liji 1. i..V, '
woman pour- me how to do it I" ,1'amounting
Board Member Dlntrlct No. 3. to $144 I
distribution to relief clients. The article shown to us was a to $3201 '<
ed hot water Into it. i|' Congress took over the wheel i AI.HO: KV', of I...t I A all Tx>t* I AIJ 0H MS fi ,,f i I. '
rou ( Ot "T" ( OMWIIWIOM--M: 3. 3 In Town. of Lj&wtey K of ,''
neat suit of rugged material for a small boy. It might have and lot 23 Peelxvlll.-
the down
B--I am endeavoring to the i{ battery tryin'to I 1 |: .
get I hereby announce that I will be ny Sec H. 24 25, SO. Towni i NIl ot :> a I
passed for a "tailor-made" garment. glut of opinion on the vital questions -,1: start and dlJn get apyv.'here. : a candidate for County r'nmmlmilonT I ipl'5 )Soutll Range 23 Eaxt .. I II I II I tn Sec 5$.\Townahltt NE'i. ,, ,
from tll.'rl..t Tltree. .uhje< t to The taxe to be coIl are evidenced, '{
i I Rang 22
'Then at the Ka
President's invitation' ,
The sewing room is a fine investment for the county, of the day, as held by the i(! i ,the will of theurer* In the ")..n- by certificate Nn ana: nf 1910 andrepresent Ir [ acres. more or/f.lest run,, 11{
Big Business look the .cruthPrimary.' .
proletariat You seem to be an' confidently May 5. 193* Ij the unpaid taxex for theears 'I The taxes s.'i: .

which has only to pay for cne half of the materials used. The I ic.'telHgent: ) man.. Do you read the j I,' steering beelf got the engine going flee hme by Keen neveral urged voter to run. In for. this thin din-ofI. ,i l I 1 I .%.-": ..' t9211' to $249 IU I.2.1 both Inclusive, )I'I Il by e"rlfl..al..... 1.o. S'.M; it,.' .n'',;

other half of the material as well as labor is paid for by the I j papers? Have you formed an but couldn't figure out how i I lMet If It I. their Ivh. to make a i I I i .P.fJ .InIl'11: 27 Town of Lawtey year r"r. 1929 to unpaid If I \ J''
1 "
to release the brake. Then LJt- hang.. fit ihin time and honor me1 K tit Hy In e.23.. 24. 25, 2*. ,amounting to "
WPA. The county benefits by having the useful clothing! opinion on the Chinese-Japanese with the ..tf.l<.e. I promise too "..r-I|I Totvnxhlp S South Range 22 AIJ OIx $ !4 '
>t* II
question ?' tie Buslress took its turn pulling ''>m .r the next of my ability to ,,, Ka t. I ,. I IT l!
distributed to some of its needy children. 1 levers. pushing pedals and mes- give .them n clean and honest' ad. The taxe to he unlit\ are evidenced i t! .1mhra.lnM:S.. f M j: '
/ A-One thing at a time. will :mlnlxtiatlnn' :and to devote: my time I!I I t>>' certificate Nox. 307 and 1108 of South .. 15 T. \\ ", .
o- you? Ye-es, I must be a Intelligent ng around generally with no re- in llftr behalf Kexldenl of Pl,.rlda I I 11-0! and 1935 respectively and rep- Ing 5 ltn. 22 K.:-'
futtai 40 years, taxpayer 37 du- resent the "r.a. more rt :'
I yearn. ]1 unpaid taxes for the
man. for the lawyers tell me'I Ino "-.l.cwnt'mtn ,...ho..l..f The taxes to be ."Id .,
A DIFFERENCE IN SYSTEMSIn Oeorgla and year* to 1917. both Ind"el..1] ". .
I time I 'i And all this has been helpful. Florida Plant City High ,: a",..u t\ntr\ to $18 St.I L by ( .rlfl..I. No ::161' ,,
every sarve on a lurv .. cornmeri ; ; .r .. .'A "h..__'..., _. 'I
it that the richer and ; moor ana uapiiai Big Businessand i VOUUPC in t ami.a uumneM* 01lege I -" I.'IO! : :S'" nf I."t 33 (Or S 2(1) ; r' !'. ''h.
England influential And 1921
seems more I read the papers. for papers I ""t.) Town'of I.year* to ihlh.jalnotiuttlng : '
i Lfnttcy K of Rv 1 ".
a young man is the harder it goes with him when he Is the only thing except hook- !i I Business have all been i iI <, J. H (Jack) FIELDS In Sec' 2-1, 24, 25. 21. Township i! Said tax to cerhili$37 06 I. '.. .
given opportunity to a 5 South. Hnnge 22 Bait. '
express ,
i worm and measles that be .' with all .
can ''R I nubneuuetit
EDt \T C 01M1 '
before the of it I IO\RK The tnxex to be xold are evidenced ; 0
comes court justice. Strange as might view All have been | .
up a
given To j taxes
the Democratic I..vl"d will
I had for nothing Some feller buys : voter of bv certificate No.. (OS and 729 of ) 1. .'I i ,Ih.
chance to sit in and tell their Br"f'ker and :Xe" River '930..n.I 1953: I I h.h..t hlh..r at < '
in and
seem to us here America who are used to seeing the rich a paper reads the sport news and I I 1 hereby announce my cnndldncy I resent the respectIvely rep-j i .> tn on thuI I n i. .,
unpaid taxes for the 01
and influential often get off with light punishment isn't the the comic supplement. then throws story as well as suggest! a remedy. j 1 I'for re-election for county mmmi.shorter "-' years 1929 to 1917 both lnclu.lte, "\Iareh M. P 1938. at I : l C*
It has created a better feeling and if re-elected. I I .
] profuse to to $21 23.
English method, after all the most logical ? (It away and I picks it up. As to al! along the line.Ve all appreciate -i do beet everything. in mr power for the I 1"'Xi'tt"ntr I Sl% of Lot 32. & all Lot i Dated, 1933OFFICIAL iblx. the Ilth il t I .h.
the Jap question I've this to : 'I Interest for the I 34. rnarv
say county and JS S3, 11, 40 Town of ..awi I I
An editorial writer in the Tallahassee Democrat has the Leave 'em alone. to make something an opportunity to blow off people' I hate'worked for the coun1 i ley. H of fly 'In Sec 23. 24. 25. ,' ( SK r,
and 1 A. J
mam. We all hold certain opinIons people Inter**! In the past 2*. Tonnxhlp 6 South. Hang-a 22 i THOMAS.
following to the I. outen China. then they won't and will continue to do no. I will I iast.I j I Clerk of Circuit <

say on subject : ,. bother us. The Chinks have only J Jj |i and it gives us a feeling of appreciate your pitpportTRUMAN I I The 'n....*. to be sold are evidenced. I. ., Bradford Count .

,I _.._.If.lmnnrfAn._ ____.-__ _"____ v.rh..n.. ____ ta.-n_ _mrs._ _.1. D DVAI.. I 1 by certificate No SO!* of 1930. and :""tt.3.Il'
England's method of law enforcement has often j tour industries one is to starve I I I't-prenent the unpaid taxe for the -
i to death for failure to grow || lowed to express them. |I rnn Cut >,TI t 'nl\l..IO':1I I f vear lese to nil both Inclusive,1 >OTU'K OFl..K f.' I IC \ \

been held up to the United States as a fine example ( While the complaints and sug- I{ f hereby announce my candidacy l i am.Minting to til.99. I'HTIKM: ''1'.
rice: one Is to work for a quart i iI i for County Comnisslonefrom' IHn-' ALSO' Lots 43 Ex W j I xril'Ir'F i: IS l' ,
which we do not follow in this country. A recent case I of rice a day: one is to die by the .j! :Bested; remedies advanced by Lat01" -T I I the trlct "'nu.'. 'KUhjrcl to the voter In !< Town. of Lawtey E of 1 Hy Acre InSec ,t| .".''' O larv.) hl..
!: on. the one band are quite different primary election May :. I promIxe "' 21.: 24. 25. .-n that "
2(1. f
1 1i
Township 6 ..
in London's Mayfair demonstrates so perfectly the I hundreds every year< from floods, .' and In conflict : to ..Ive.. futttUuL and buxlnex-,i I S"uth, Ilange 22 Hnxt. i)I], t .*. t'.gethor ,Itl, ",.
| with those I Ilk. a and the fourth Is to turn bandits I[ office. The taxes to be sold are evidenced ,, or
manner of administering the law and the public reac- by land and water Hit's time for i t made and urged by Industry the Your nupport apl"t..lat..d I I "by certificate :No. 310 of 1930, and'represent i,j j t >>' the Stale IK adtert ,'lol
I -1: 8 WARIHN. I the highest bidder '
f:>ct that both sides! the unpaid taxes for thei It"
are a 1 .
: tion that administration found. the! Japs to take 'era. in charge I years 1129! I.. 11/1 both Inclusive, Pvlded by Chapter I' .
say paves the way for eventual I roil St 11001. IU i MI. amounting' to $16.7ft. .11-7 Act of the Leg!* "h'
I ItS I :
Four young men all members of exceptionally .: B-But. my deer sir see how j! agreement and understanding. didate I hereby. announce mynelf a can .\ ,,: Lot S9 Town of Law- I > r,>il, nlnle ne.-'r| .e | the Japanese flood this country'with I for election BH member of Icy K? of fly In st.-x 21, 24. 25. I II In the County of Kradf-., (
"good" families graduates of the best schools and all Equally at variance are the aims 'he School Hoard from Plntrlct' Two. t I t *. TownshIp 6 South Kange; 23: i I Fl." 1MB. to-wi, n
I cheap products, thereby i iI I and of those inmprlHlna- South .siarke, Theremin. [ East. I. Ix 1 41 4"Vmdlnwn '
with rich relatives, were found guilty of robbery with threatening the high standard of purposes groups ind 111\ SMmpxon' City. subject to the 1 i 'a lie taxes to be roM are evidenced In .Se.n T' I.
'mown as BIG and: LITTLE Business < i> the voter In the
by certificate. No ?3 K containing A
314 of
violence. The crime itself was enough to shock the I living of the American workman: yet none of the problems cratic promlxe Primary. May 3. If ..D.mo-I represent the unpaid. taxes 1910 for and theyears or lex*. .1

and see the I I tn work for the best. 1929 and lit The rxires trt be, ,
English public and press for the four enticed a repre- oll enormous shipments I presented by any group are be- et* of. all the school I in Kradford Ill 81. 10 amounting; to hv ....rtfl..alr.. Sos sold 195." it

scrap-iron to Japan. there to be :! yond solution, provided ALL will "V.unty Your vote and active support 1 ALSO:.N h of Lot S7 Town of 1929 rer e' tl- .1'] i",.
sentative of a jewelry firm to a small hotel beat him converted into ammunitions of work aolll'll"d.& i lj\wtey K uf Hv in Xec'. 23. 24, I resent th. u"pal tax -' '!

and robbed him of valued war and-- I'' together harmoniously with \V S. Sini.EV! l I 25. 26. Township 6 South Range year ti23: f>"tl .
gems 13,000 pounds. that end sincerely In view. II I 22 Eaxt. I amounting to $15.t
A-Hold yer ho ses The "OTII'. OF' .. 1.1: OF FtF.RTFJE '( The taxes (o be old are evidenced AI.SOr3' Til l I'!
The lord chief justice who heard their case listened What! standard of do action of President Roosevelt (' P.TC hv certificate No*. 213 and 739 of'i I Mwn In Sec 1n. Tp ; -

living mlsler'j' In calling all interests Into N'OTICB 1" HKItKHV eilVn.N; that I 1130 and, 1933 rexpectlvely, and f Ea... containing 6 A. i iI .
to testimony of their backgrounds their schools, fer to' That of the fellers conference and giving all I.,,ill., H. ll'll' hax filed with me the unpaid taxes for represent the I or I lex*.

automobile who an equal written request that the tan. ... years I I92 to 1937, both Incluxlve 1 I' The taxe. to b.oH i' A
their families and their surrounding of wealth and shops. make from rpportunity to discuss icate .. Spy '
our national together with all *. ..rllf-I amounting to lit It,. certificate Vo* :23" nltiln
position and then handed down fifteen to forty dollars a day and problems and advance their mltted or levied taxe held A 1.SOLot I Cut. Sub-DIV In and 1133: rexneetlv. 1 I. rrexent .
sentences thathaen't ;, ride to their work In fine cars. he Htafe be advertised; : and sold Kaxt Lawtey.The the unpx'd toxe- 'Iyears
suggested remedies has done more >o the hlghext bidder for c'ash a* I I taxea to be old are evidenced IOU to 1117 .U I r
equalled for severity in years in the British I driv by Shaffers and who work thai! any other one thing to I '"rovkled liy Chapter I MS1* of the toy certificate :No*. 315 and 743 otreenc amounting .., "(9.i .
Isles. one month so as to git the means '.917:, .Ac'x. of the l.eglxlature. tmon I Is.ifl' ..nd 193:1: re."dlyelv.- a..-.4 rP"_ AIXOi.r* R3 iti. 8" '
J confidence both in the administration ne roiinwinodescribed r..I.,0. ; the unpaid taxes' for- the hewn In See \\l. Tp r I .1

: He for striking two months ? Or to I Itself and in the coontrya In .the fount of. Bradford. State nf\ I year 1KJ1 to 1 17. both inclusive, R.. containing 30 A-
not only sentenced them to terms ranging from the m'lllons of others. who must ., Fl' rldi" tn-w'ItNK amounting to 117.17ALSO fr lees.The .
I future. : of :SF'"r.. In :NB : I..t' Oils -t> taxes tn sold ai .
> Iv In
nine years to eighteen months at hard labor, but he go on relief? As to scrap Iron. Out of It all should come a f. r f.i" vphool in Sec.' 22 Town- .:....t Ijtwtey .'.v certlflr-af.Vox I 12t 11'3

added penalties of from fifteen bit's cot all for \war purposes: I ound ship. 7 South. Range SO East I The taxe to be void. .are evidenced 51 of 127, "*'. and IP ".
to twenty strokes of Much of It is for administration I containing 39 acre, more or bv Certificate No*. SIT and 744 of Iv.ly. and reprexent. th ,rd j
the cat-o'-nine tails for three of them. automobiles. and policy that will make for the welfare lex*. 1930 and 1913: respectively. and rep : for the )earx t 1"" :
j .
when the Japs begin to ship 'em (of all interests. Both Cetftigross The taxe to be Hold are evidenced. I I resent the unpaid taxes for the both Incluxlve amounUnl \1

For, said the lord chiei justice, the upbringing and I into this country then the FOB. and the Nation to-day are J TMl>y ceitifUare and:, \1134 No..tl1V I.nn:1r..of- amounting veers 1929 l to to 111 1917.:.4iA both Incluxlve. of Af$Ixit.Olx S2.*>t A" .1-.. '' "I- I''

Detroit magnates will sit up and better able resent the unpaid taxex for the !?-.<>: Ix>t 4 Otis Sub-DIv. In liwn In Sec 11 Tp ". ,
the fine training these young men had received made take notice. Now. to face the task of determining year Itgfr to 1"17. both Incl".,,'.. Kant I.awI..y. K containing I*. A.'i ..-
I what to or not to do amounting' to f 7? 85. The taxes to be sold are evidenced lex*.
their crime greater than if it had been committed by B--\\'ell. let that suffice. But than was the case before these \f.o. Lot t. 4 or 10 acres. In bv Certificate N'.. :31* and 745 of The tixex. to H.. mild 5. -

Rome warp-brained child whit is your attitude toward :oEof :SE", In See 1. Township 19.10 and 193.1 rrxpectltelv" and ...p. I bv c r of the slums. The fact that cap- conferences were held. 6 Mouth. Kange. 21 Raxt. resent the unpaid. taxes. for tire. of |1t23. 1134. .!-d ins I,
these four young men knew better and had been fitted I hal A-It? is concentrated wealth I Like the back seat driver. unexpectedly less.The containing. tit acre, more or year amounting 1929.: to to '1937.19.93! both Inclusive, f the ind years represent.US" the i'tsr'tinpa, t\\ ''".

by their rearing to become citizens .I ''' -. .. ..- thrust In the driver s .. tare to be old are evidenced ALSOLot, 7 Ott Sub-Div. In Hinonntlng' to 1160.07 l
good ... -- -
instead of I I a. 5020 IUfltZC (ms country great.Wh'1t I scat, these varied and interests b) .r.ifi..t. .V n.,' -Ca-- .and_m. .Ian.... ...t.. Fast. rjLwIey I ALSOLr.t* 5. 6, 7 '
.. thugs made their conduct all the more inexcusable.In would the workmen do if groups 19"0! and 1SS4; respectively and reprexent I,' The taxes to be old are evidenced 11. 12.. %'. 24 24 53. & F.
I have come to realize that th. unpaid' taxex for the;:: by Certificate :.Vox. 318. 747. and I In ....dl..1 In He< 1r -
the United St capital did not start factories, ve have a rough and rugged road years 1921! to lilT, both Inclunlte 'i j 133 of tI! ..". 11133. and 1 *.17. respectively It. 23 contaIning 1.!
? f'g: the very things which the i I I mines. commerce. transportation I amounting to $35O3.: 'I I and represent the un- j more or I....
English to travel at best and nothing is to .* l-'Wl) lots 1. 2-1-4 ft AVli of I paid macs for the yearn 1929 to The taxe to be sold ar
jurist held against the four youths would have i facilities and all sons of r." t r. !! .
I great bo gained in trying to yank the < a all 10-11-12-13-14- I 1536. both inclusive, amounting to bY certificate 306 a "r
.a. '
I works that scattered l 3-1-1 r- -0-21-S'-'>4.:5.141 $25 99. I 1121 and 19.14 .
bulked large in their favor. For capital could wheel I rexne. tlvrlvrexent 'P
we in this country away from an able and 41 In \VnodlnwnV
I| not bring about\ experienced % of :Sl':'. ALSO: Cam at a Pt on Ry the> unpaid tae h
have a way of excusing personable of And what keeps chauffeur or In continually "f SKI, I In Sec. II. Township. 6 |I, where HAW line of Sec, 31 j I year 1123 to 1137. both '
young men good II the Red Cross and other greatchari(1e /CnU'h. Rang 72 .:...t. contain crosses* .& Run 7on Ry 960 ft I Ifo to
talent and unbringing. It be ( bothering him with Impracti- ing 250 a'-re>. More or lex*. tioaa- running K from Ry i "nuntlnl IX>t UC9.1 xx-
may to give them another a-going but ? 12
capital al advice and non-constructive The. tase to be old are evidenced. I Thence at right angles to Ry .. 15. Tp S 1". B 22 I
chance to make good. Or it may be the influence which l.Let It alone says I. and the country criticism. l.y. ...rtlflr..t.o\o 23 4 of )*10. and 1440 ft to a Ft of Beg. Thence I tnlnlng 10 acre*, more .
represent the unpaid taxe for N Parallel The .
will take of the\ with Ry 840 ft t.xe to he sold are
those I care Itself. I veers lH1! to t!>3t. hoth Thence K at right I 'by certificate. ,
; "good" families bring to bear. We still have a lot of bill climbing anglea 1060 No. 277 P
I B- How ,
does the European war amotintlng to S401 74AI. ft Thence 8 Parallel with 11110 and 1134 4'
1 The I care affect to do and while the road ahead '0, Lots 7. 5. II A X40 ft Thence W at right Rv,,- / recent the rextiectlveU h.
English public ? agl. unpaid tave
opinion, carefully noted you in w of InelU.IV.1 I .. I ...
was A-Jest isn't Impassable It I. going to require < Highway & I..nta 1050 ft. to beg In Sec. 24, .ar 1129 10 1117. both "
solidly with the court in the of its I this way; Every time 44ll.8 \Voodlawn In Township 5 South. Range 23 amounting tn $30 37.
severity penalties. some careful and cautious Township I
youth Kajit.
't see two mocking birds pretendto .. containing 20 a.rell., more I ALSOLot. 1 2. S, 14 i
Americans might flying to get in 2a t. containing 90 acres more or Ie... i I 17. 13 In Sec "
such through cora- S
approve sentences too. But they wont to scrap I think of Hitler or less.Tb. I The taxes to be cold are evidenced !' K: USOT'.. ,

f don't get much chance. They're too busy approving im 1! Mussolini.! The birds. you ort and snfety. We've all had a .. taxex to I lie sold are evidenced by Certificate :No. 319 of 1910 and or lexw. ,
turn at the wheel and it appears b. i-erfiM-arex :N. :41 l of "::10. and represent the unpaid, taxe for the i The taxes to be oold
I an
leniency and probation. ee. don t dare to fight only to that our represent the unpaid taxe for the year l 1'129 to till: uoTh'TncTuafv'e! I hv certificate :N's. 211 .1 -"/
put on a bold front. How could regular < teems year I929 to l$li. both In.h"lv"1, i amounting to 177.60. 1129 and P.
to be able to handle the amounting to 1142 1AIJ10 ALSO: : 'I 3 .I.lv..tj ,
of car as NE'4 of :SWl' of NC,. resent the ',
()- nv countries over there Lx>l. 53. 54 A a w ,' unpaid
well If S'i ff tot .f SW,. .r se:', a years 1123 to 'i7
not better bi.th
'Ight! when than an>one elsen 57->i & all\ Lot. 59-HO In Wood- N' I I
i i they are bankrupt and ,: sf of NW', NtS"4 of to 125(1
NO HOLIDAY FOR DEATH i xn't bum no funds But that : the crowd. Now If the rest of .lawn Mouth.In P.Hiia-e Sec. 12.23: Rait Township 8 | ,. of :NIin "clll 24 Town.: I:,'an".n1nl. L"tx. B. SI: :S3

I n'-'t all. Their i you guys want to sit up and fret 1 log DQ acres, more Jlv containi-f.. I i hip;. asouth Range Vj "Bait"containing I j IHWH In Sec 17 Tp -
Last year accidental deaths in the United States declined people have stood acd The taxes' to soW or le 'i less. ; 60 aciea. more or j E.. eontalnlnl; "9 acre, .
\ )out all they can stand and worry. you can, but for my ...._. :. _.. !". are evidenced I...
four percent from 1936. a part I'm relax and let pn"'ra. "" 0"! Ztll .nd 128 of .The. taxes. to be xoM ore i The saves. to he ,. '
But there's gonna the Id-need <
nothing in that to causeD war would be a good Instigation |93ft and tl>1J rexpectlvely. and repreent ..I'IIfI..lp" S.." "SO and 75J of.i br certificate Kn,.. nr''I.
to throw out for revolutions "oy go on drivin1 like they been the unpaid taxes for the i 1930 and 1933 I and ,I lit
our chests Nature, not man was the causeor and the bosses are I '7 both Iniluxlte., I I' exent the unpaid respectIvely tales for and rep-the I 11":9.. ( ...1H.. and the, ren f' .i "
nlndful of that ttin"ur lnK to $14.7.ATJr .
the drop. The mild cool summer, according to the National That's what time to te > years I I92' to IH7. both I IncliiMlte 1117. both IncluxUe, amI '4..
nakes the Japs so changin' SI.f :SJ.:'. In Sec. I| amonntlng to lms i I $35 43

Safety Council was responsible for almost all of the 'now Stalin would help sassy.China They We been geittn' along drlverS'j K 12....Ti.wnxhfp l. i-r.ilainlnir, 5 9outh 40 acre range, 22 SCV Al. iO.In'C"S'j. of N-i of S\Vi%< of I I ALSO Lot 4, N' of I I.
only more I 23 '
| 2.1. TownshIp a (, of It 41 1
good and I the !5. oil
m kind of or less. I FI
decline, inasmuch as heat deaths were 4.500 below normal. "Ie i dassent. Much of this war that The t i'-s fo be old South. Range i! llaiT contain- i I'. II S. R. 22
log P
believes In lettin' are evidenced I IO ,
In fields where care in the papers Is only well Iet'rtitlate. No 22 of acre. more or lexx log 40 acres. more i .
man is the governing factor the death prop- alone 1930. and taxes to be sold are The taxes he Hold
evidenced '
represent *r< '
the .
unpaid laces | bv '

and injury total with the exception of home accidents continued 'live ignnda axes by to home grind Interests and by that the i --- --.--- amounting years 192: to to 19 1 31.1I. both Inclusive.for the i i i represent 1110, i'eilIfb.nte and 3S't: : tIg..17\.nOJ: \ I 1A39 bv. certificate and H34 respectIvely Nox. 211 I at, !

to rise. The greatest killer of all time rngltsh.'! who to : At JLot 3.. Woodlavn In i year 1929 the unpaId taxes for the ,''year resent the unpnlo tax, <- t,
V the automobile try scare Uncle I POLITICAL Set*. 11: Townxhln. 6 I I I, to 111 Ii. both Invluxlve. 1"I3 both ,
<< claimed four S.'m. so that they could hold on to Range 22 East, South I j' amounting to f!9 Cl.1 i amounting to $
percent victims containing 151.
it did in 10 ALSOE' |
1936 : ANNOUNCEMENTSTO : of S.:'. of Said Tux '
his acre*. more or lese. I I NEV4 &: 'I
coat-tails in I .
of SWI4
for a total of case war. The The nf SKI, ..f :XUi, \V With all xuhxertient '
39,700. tass of |
to be
Occupational deaths sold omit'
climbed Road r
are evidenced
six .
percent for this A NWl, of led t.. ..
way country Is to attend I THE rP.MWflITTr'or VOTKRS l.v: <'rtm..it. :>10. 24 of 1,JO. and & NE', of SWV. I will be sold t<. ''I ,

to 19000. The grand total of deaths from all accidental to her own business and keep rnn: EIGHTH JUDICIAL represent the unpaid I..,.""* for the I .NW'iof NEH4 of HW SWt', of, nf SW'i & 1 ext In "'hhl..r et thO. Courthah. < r
Tears bee to I P\VVt i fl\: nn 4th. day '
till, both \ .
causes was 106.000.-with 375,000 lever minding the prcpaganda.. hut : amounting to 117 73 Inclusive, of N'4 ft NK't of SEKj' 'SEtS : A. f' I BU, at 11:00 o.'l., ,
persons permanently injured hereby I I of :NK' :
; -t 'em folks on the other side I r.. aimouni-* my tandldary ALSO' Ij>t* 5".. S4 In WoodI I I of of 5K'4. A Kl; of SK', rinted t2lh. daOFFICIAL :
r SK .
and 9,400,000 eight nomination as Stats Attorney to lawn In'C.. :33.! A n. 1911.
of the Totvnxhlp
percent whole In "Sec 13. > S
population work Townnhlp
their 5 South.
out And
own salvation- : Mouth Range 22 Baxt, ( 8KAM
I ...id.t.f'e; er.o d"fI Range 2J conlaln-
temporarily injured. The East contain- |: log 90 acre, A. J.Cleric.
direct In. more .
'amn-tion. :0
cost of these acci- as is more likely. ful prformanr. acres. more or I..... The .r leex THOMAS.

.f..ta..H".' la on ""...'UII'U"U:__._,. <.u. '-n. . IIE'12h-ho, "" tnn... I "('I.- of the duties of this _The taxes, to be soil are evidenced' I u I I K.. r---.l_.twxex...l.-. .to- be"....sold-are_ evidenced ..,. u vt. circuit, O.,
reacnea the staggering total B-::. : r The cnntintMHl ny certiricate Xo. SIC and 237 of .uv. ,*. oi i?:iu. ana 2-lt.j. '
.. Support of the represent the .
-(Sot 1910 unpalil
to .
I of 3700000000. 'I voce Such an exhibition r>'m''r"f" thhl Circuit will b.. and 1U33: rexpectlvely. and reprexent years 1139 to bit taxes for the

of mental strabismus!! Such 4..pljr .I.r'lat..d. the unpaid taxes for the tmnnttng to $1111 .both Incluxlve.
There is 1937's accident J. f AflKINetaineNvihIe. year* 19J9 to 1937. both Inclusive, I ALSO "4.t
record expressed in cold stupendous and I : of SKI
figures. Ingenious perver- amounting to 1 079. t "Mi 1 of X\-I., of
; It i is bad enough looked: at that It is i I tlon of obvtons facts! Well I galn- Florida.TTOHNK1T' A!.*<". N ><, of Lot a A all\ Lot flouth., In flange Sec 24. TowlUhl' 5
way. infinitely S
worse if roji I 9 *: NH of f.ot m In } .
srarc-a Vondlawn .
you regard it in terms of human 'nlues-mutilated bodies I >d "o'nething from Us ravings: It ".oJ..t! t<. th.. Ditiio.,i.MIU* Primary & 1oF.! '. of SIH" K of Ity In se... / The log %taxes Acrex.to be more or 1"*..
I Is ".iin
widowed mothers, orphaned children blinded and crippled individuals read the papers. and I will advocate Klfhth'v r-nnd Judicial'h'J! for Slate Attorney or Kaxr les.The containing. 23 acres, more I I I .."r..t the. unpaid Nn :HJ .if I91O for, and the.I

gore and carnage. And perhaps the most sombre f that the press be restrictedto Alu-hu.. tinker.Circuit i' ".tr'I.composedof Oil. .ire." t... he sold are evIdenced ,, .year 1929 to to $Iq.l. both laX.1 inclusIve,
/ ... I.ery arid. Union .. by certificate. :No. 259 of 130. .mo"nllnr t.
Cnuntl and
reflection of all is only sports news and A
that ninety percent of the accidents were YMir, v'tc and support will b. represent the unpaid, taxea. for the I of SWU, In NK for of SEtf
in all probability supplements- that's all appreciated .year I 1929 to I* I. hot h Invlualve. of VI": ofF': N'. of :NBV,
easily preventable-somebody was careless the aierage.; reader cnres for. '1'. E. DfNCAValne : itnonlna tn 14301. ; of II. >, jlpi' nr XF ',
: somebody was ignorant. somebody took a chance, and there I '..vay.i any. -,vlll..-. Florida. t.I.O.ln 8'1.ef Lot II.1 18 Township In WoodI 6 i I liE',3 Nf! SE4, of SK'i. : of A In SK"V'3 NW for of of

was no holiday for death. i -.- ----.--- von 'r'TE'I! 'T'I'OR'Ii.T: S'Mith. Range 22 Rat. contain of SRInf SKH of SHH *: IW',
ing SF7i
\ere F.'
more or lev. of '
'-ISISO NAMED hereby aInoenr m.lf cc candI.iat The .. nf SW1J, of SR" SELL LISTEN TO '
Will 1D38 t\- t be old A:
repeat this: grisly toll f..r .h. offle. ot $ are evidenced, I of 1L of NELL -
of life health tat.e At- by SWof
and dol Governor Cone hai appointed L. urn., 111 the Eiorlllh certificate :No. IS* and 212 of SK;>, i ll" Se
Judicial' CI.'nlt Township
lars lUll
? It's : ,
up to us. all of us, to answer that question through ">. Vln<.ng to the District Five Wel- 'uhJ.-' 10 approval nf the the 19'4 respectively, and represent i! P.t.: containing, South. .Hange. 22
'tee., h the D.moer.' rrlntarj ", .. unpaid taxe for the i ... 4 roN, more ,
our action Board r 1 1t9! I.
to t. I 1917' ,
succeed VV both
p. ) S. inclusive
ty It may' ba Imp".lbl.. I The .
Smith who baa resigned.' ',.' ..amu I.n. f..r m" ... 'neet dueIi amounting AUftl to tit tC j I I by fertlflcate taxe to l>* old are evidenced
p. ,.. ally Lot 43, 44. tn In WoodI .V.z:< ,. 1 |I9O.: and I-
every yot.r. but I a. I..*vn In i See. 16. Township reprexent the unpaid ISles
L ff year t,29 ,,, HJI. both Inclusive.for thei J I Ir

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