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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 16, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Established 1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50: Six: Months, 75c-Payable In Advance E. L. Matthews, Editor and Ow.erKnLCME

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I. Dear Santa Clause: Please Bring Mer -- To Be : :


Tobacco Quotas r-.. --.:!' Y Projects Curtailed :



Lose At Polls .. .. ".. By Drastic Relief Cuts .



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{!Increase In AcreagPredicted e TAG SALES JUNIOR PLAYA 172 Men and Women' 'Will Get Last 'WPA Check

For STILL SLOW ti.. .1 k l ski'' :I SUCCESSHow Saturday-Nation-wide Retrenchment
Next Year
Eighty of Florida new, red and u uM ual it feeLs to still wear shortpants Announced By WPA

white 1939 license tags have been
when you are eighteen years
Bradford County growers voted sold In Bradford County to date,
sufficient old waa hilorloualy demonstrated It will be slim Christmas for 172 WPA employes and
I their O. K.. but a number Tax Collector C. A. Knight said last Friday night when the Junior a
In other tobacco-growing; areas The 34 who dismissed here this week in
yesterday. amount of revenue Class of B. II. S. presented its an- sewing: room women were !

failed to do moans there will be tbe no: this represents cannot be accurately nual play before a packed houseat the most drastic cut of forces that Bradford County has
governing
determined due to differentialsIn
Il939& crop "Any tobacco grower prices of tags for cars and the school auditorium known since the beginning of governmental relief agencies. '
"Mama's Boy", a
Baby young
lean market all the leaf he produceSonxt trucks of various weights. college student, waa made the su- The wholesale firing was the local angle to the government's

year T.without K. McClane penalty said, County yes-- Bradford's designating numberIs preme sacrifice upon the altar of previously announced plan to drop 10,000 clients from the ::

Iierday.Agent 45, the same as last year. All his mother's vanity when be allowed rolls so that funds will not be :< r
counties have the same designating himself to be dressed up like a "
in the referendum election held numbers as In 1938, and this fig twelve-year-old in order to shield exhausted before March, 1, '<:

Mt Saturday, Bradford growers is based the of SCHOOL BOARD the deadline fixed ,
two-thirds majority in ure on number tags her age. The embarasalng incidents [ by Con'I',

(polled of a continuing the Agricultural sold in the County In 1937. Dade that followed in the wake of this gress when it voted $1,500- '
1 favor County had the largest tag sale of hoax can scarcely be Imagined by GETS EARLYCHRISTMAS '
Adjustment Administration'icontrcl any Florida county in 1937 and Is those who did not see they play. 000,000 for relief. ., : j 4

program during 1939. The number one, Duval was next and The principals, Juanita Barefoot Leaving a mere handful of 69 : },
I here was 59 in favor ojjhe .
total vote is two Is Y R' I Eldon Rhodes, GIFT
and 29 against However HUlsborough County Hardy Ralph men, where 232 had been employed i; '
quotas three and so on to Bradford County Grace Dew, Jean Davis, Hugh In-
whole showed In recent months the retrench ;
the country as a ,
which stands 45th.: Union County + rr fa gram, Odessa Kelly Christine
a vote of only 56.9 percent fav- is 63rd. I r Cutshnw, Elizabeth Plummer, Em- ment Is expected to handicap seriously 1
the falling ten WPA Gives Credit Of
orable to quotas The first of the plain $10 tags I mett Perryman, and Jo Ella Barry two road projects and the ,
short of the two-thirds
Irate percent In order to make for the light cars went to J. E. proved themselves real I troupers $3,200 On Next i construction of a new armory "'
necessary I and reflected credit on Mrs N. D ,
Smith and the second to A. J. Grif
effective next Unit building which had just been started -
the control program
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fie In the "D" for I Wainwright Jr., Mrs. S. P. vlm..I-1
series $15
[rear Last March 86 percent of tags Up until noon yesterday, 34 ,<
vlere, and D. G. Beck, ,
heavier cars, the first one went to
I the growers, approved the measure. W. P. Smith and the second to t 1 charge of the production. Two Thanks largely to the efforts of sewing room women had been r.. 4'' t
Mi McClane explained, however I. Senator Claude Pepper, Bradford
Fred Hazen of Brooker. choruses, well-trained under the leased and It wait expected that i i
that even though the mar- direction of Miss Rulh Sternberg, County's chances of completing another 't I. .. .
the would continue to fall
ax ,
keting quota program was defeated ------. unit of the school .;
I ak were presented between acts, the elementary '
the Department of Agriculture last number being the Lambeth building here are considerably throughout the week :!!

1 will still promote a voluntary 8 PRIZES i Walk, a new dance routine brighter than they were a few First of the dread 403's' (identifying .

acreage control under the I The Juniors cleared $71.95 on weeks. ago.Because number by which the WPA's:.

1939 Agricultural Conservation the entertainment Including program of the lack of skilled dismissal slip Is commonly known .'

program. Growers will be given 1. advertisements. Evening labor In WPA ranks here and the among relief clients) began arriv-

acreage allotments which they OFFERED '.. handkerchiefs were presented to necessity for hiring outside help,, ing here Tuesday, bearing the

may comply with or ignore as they; the ladles assisting In the produc- tho School Board share of the expense terse explanation "released to v

1Ih. Complying farmers will be The letter writing season is now in full swing and mothers all tion, and initialed handkerchiefswere of the first unit exceeded by make farming arrangements." and >

eligible for benefit payments ofne FOR BEST TREESAnnual over the country are guiding little hands, helping them to write labori- given to Mr. Beck aa a tokenof $3,200 the amount intended to be by late Wednesday afternoon 172 >

cent per pound for normal production ously"Dear Santa Claus Edward Priest, three-year-old son of the Juniors' appreciation of spent. This put the board "in the men knew they had put In their
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Priest Insists he needs no help as he clutches a
on allotted acres. Non- their help. hole" and the outlook for early last days work and would drawtheir ;
pencil tightly and sits down to tabulate his annual list of wants. Edward '.
{ will forfeit construction of the second unit last check All '
complying growers any pay Saturday.
Contest ExpectedTo might be better with that pencil than we think, but somethingtells
such payment.. us that ,Santa's going to do a mighty lot of squinting before he Has Bad LuckBill looked rather gloomy. of those dismissed, men and wom-
The county agent said yesterdaythat Draw Many gets to the end of this letter. Senator Pepper, when notifiedof en alike, were ones who had some

| it is too early to forecast the Graham went to Jackson the circumstances, wired WPA connection with farming ...* either _*f- ,

possible effect that the abolish ... Entries ville Tuesday to trade trucks for officials, requesting that the owning farms, or having identified 4, ,

Dent! of compulsory control will SCHOOL COSTSIN FATAL; ACCIDENT use In his business as a pulp wood School Board be given credit for themselves as farm laborers on ,

Shave on price and acreage in 1939, Eight cash prizes for the most operator here. He made a good $3,200( on its share of the expense their application blanks ,

ibut added, that acreage in this attractively decorated Christmastree trade for a 1936 model but on the of the next unit to be constructed. Upon recommendation of the -'

coumy will probably be materially during the holiday season will BRADFORD IS HELD way home Tuesday night had the The WPA complied with this re- WPA, many of those dismissed are '

[increased to more than 500 acres be awarded by the City Council as I misfortune to get off the road quest and now the board Is beginning applying at the local office of the )

"It Is not expected that the price follows: first prize $5: ; second slightly about four miles this side to "see daylight" and to Farm Security Administration for t,

8111 be as good as it was in 1938, prize $3; third prize $2; and five $44 PER PUPIL UNAVOIDABLEEverett of Baldwin. The shoulders along hope for actual construction to be- binds to re-establish themselves in ,

)ut It will doubtless be profitable prizes of $1 each. This Is the largest this stretch are usually a good bit gin early this spring the farming Industry, It is not :
Ito lower than the concrete surface ----.- -- -- -- '
Mr. McClane said.
growers number of prizes ever offered known, however, just how many of Tl
'1'rlces, however, will be governed In the annual contest here and Its ,I Total Cost Of OperatingIn and in attempting to get the big CHRISTMASMAILING these will be able to qualify for ,. e
Ito a large extent the final Gainey dual wheels back on the road the ",
by acreage how
expected that interest will be Exoller-I loans, or those who fall to do .
planted and the yields at the greatly Increased as the result. 1937.38 'Was ated Following truck turned over, coming to rest HINTSNow so will be able to finance another
Jfnd of the he on its top. The driver was unin-
season, added.
The decorated trees to enter the crop. <
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$110,401 Of Child
jured but the same cannot be said that the Christmas card
-- contest must be within the city On tho whole, dismissed relief \,
for the truck. Now "de ducks"has
I la In full ,
swing
DEBT limits of Starke; must be outdoors, mailing season clients here, both men and women, a
although they may be on an open I A total of $110,404, or approximately "An unavoidable accident" was "F.A ft got A"lnit Bill a K1 for
ADJUSTMENT= porch; and must be at least four i $44 per pupil was the the verdict of a coroner's Jury in vv the use or first clusa postage in to officials. "Some of them
to Insure better service
order
feet in height. No formal or written cost of operating Bradford County Gainesville Tuesday afternoon, relieving I said. they were discouraged and
Reorganization of the Farm rather than the sending of greetings ...
Low If Rates
is and us would not know where to turn aft. '
: entry required every .
Debt Adjustment Commission of schools last year, according to Everett A. Gainey of In unsealed envelopes aa third ''i '.
tree placed out of doors will be Special holiday excursion fares er their next pay check was used I
Florida and of submitted to.State Brooker of blame In the deathof class matter. .
appointment com county reports any ,
considered by a committee of over all motor bus lines south of up, but there waa no disorder and \ j
mittees to conduct the organizations judges who will be announced Superintendent Colin English a five-year-old boy, resulting the Ohio and east of the Mississippi A large number of Christmas no violent complaining," it was '. .

program In the various later. I Cost of Instruction Including from an automobile accident on River, and to many points beyond cards sent In this way are wasted. said WPA offices in Washington,: rl1 land
counties of the State was announced every year, Mr. Stump said, because
In The purpose of the annual teachers' salaries, textbooks, and the old Lake City road just south these limits, were announced and Jacksonville would give no Intimation .
Tallahassee Governor the cent a half postage

today by
tree contest Is to stimulate classroom supplies, was $66,608: yesterday by Lacy Conway, agent as to when replacementswould w
Fred P of Creek IMPS not entitle them to the free
Cone.
the spirit and to I cost of transportation $18,023, and I.of the Florida Motor Lines. Special be allowed. I '
Members of the Bradford County make tow? more attractive cost of county administration $9.- moth to the reduced fares will be In effect orwardinK privilege\ nor the right Included among those laid off 1 .:
to be returned to (he sender if undelivered
ed at Inquest, child
Committee, to serve until July during the holidays. It Is sponsoredby !541, Other current expenses in- from midnight, Sunday, Dec. 11, this week were two time-keepers,
1,1939. are: Fred F. Stump. Hugh the Beautification Committeeof I I eluded cost of maintenance, heat, Franklin Brunson, son of Mr. and through Jan 1, with return limits four foremen one truck driver, sand

U Brownlee Joseph W. Wilson, the Woman's Club and the ( water, light Insurance, rents and Mrs. James Brunson of North January 10. A large number of people also I three rod men. The bulk of

. P Carpenter, and James M. Starke Rotary Club. I health service Gainesville was playing beside the __-..--__ make the mistake of Including< the 403's went to men on the two ;
Brownlee road and! attempted to cross the written In cardn Rent
of : messages road projects. now In j
for purchases progieaswhere ,
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Applications for assistance may fixed nature such as new buildings I street In front of Galney's car Mayor of Keystone third class, the postmaster said 138 were released. Thirty- ..,
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be made to any member of the Carlurns SundayThe a school busses, or equipment The Brooker youth testified that G K. Wiggins was elected mayor No writing, other than a mere wig-::, four were taken from the armory :

local committee or to Ralph H. fire truck waa called out totaled $24,425 Payments for he was driving around 35 miles an of Keystone Heights at an elec- nature can be placed on a card unless project. Two forewomen were I

Cox! Starke. County Supervisor'tor early last Sunday morning In an bonds and other debts were $17,125 I hour when he saw the child dart tion held there lust week defeatIng It Is dent first dims among those lust from the sewing
the the rond. lie said he swerved .
across
[ Farm AdminlatraUon F' M Walrath, Incumbent.
Security automobile roo inn.
attempt to save a blazing and miscellaneous payments
at the S. A. L Railway crossIng $299,21. bringing the total expenditure the car to the the left but the fender boy (II --. New Addition Combined payrolls of those dismissed
caught on right
-. -.--- was this week would reach an '1,
on Tenth St. The flames had to $152,253Seventyeight: and headlight. Pulling the automobile Keystone Gets Funds More gasoline pumps, a hydraulic -
Birthday Ball Chairman too much of a headway, however, percent of last auto and much approximate total of $6OOO per
to a stop, he sought aid but An allocation of $5,288 in WPA lift larger con- month.

L, Matthews, editor of the and the automobile was almost year's expenditures for teachers' found that the child was already I funds was recently made for Keystone crete flooring are this week be-, .--- ,

telegraph, will again serve as completely demolished before the salaries and transportation of pupils dead Gainey declared.H. I Heights, near hera, to be ing added to the service elation :

chairman of the President's Birth- truck arrived. According (o investigators was provided from state funds, P. Galney, father of Everett used In the construction of concrete owned by Ft. A. Green just northof Tax Collections 1 ,
' a wheel came off the car Bradford County Is one of 20 tenn'.a courts shuffle board service -station on
and Beasleya
to
be
UyBaU held the latter Part telephone I who was also In the car, offered Taking advantage of the 4 per- :
< causing it to swerve Into a In which more than 95 percent of courts and other Temple Avenue. At present the
playground
January ,
It was announced this : substantially the same testimony. cent discount: obtained by paying i 4!
The I
seek by w T. Edwards of Jack- pole at the crossing. payments for these purposes was I equipment. The project will em- station Is operated by W. D Pen- '
Willie colored laborer 1938 taxes In November were an ;
Knight,
"nvliie. chairman for the state. sudden stop evidently shorted some made from state funds during the ploy 44 workers for three months. der J
The wires and the machine was soon in I Bradford with a road construction crew unusually large number of Bradford ;
purpose of the Ball as in past In the Earl I. 1937-38 school year. working near the scene of the coUnt laM. A total of $20-
Those car
lames. received $63,558 FOR STERN'SMr.
Years, is to County teachers ac-I ATTRACTIVE NEW HOME '
raise funds for the
fight Wilkinson of Gainesville Buddy and $18,023 was expended for cident. testified that the child 269.32 In 1938 taxes were collected l ,
against
aid the Infantile' paralysis Wiggins of Mlcanopy, and Albert into the car and that young Gainey In November by C. A. Knight tax t(1
money will be divided on transportation.The collector. All 1938 taxes this
Jackson of Evlnston, were uninjured pulled to a stop within 200 feet paid
'fifty-fifty baals, one half remaking combined cost of operating and ran back to the spot. ', ;'. month may be settled with a three '
|In the county and one schools In all Florida counties was ,f' percent discount and In Januarywith
half Playmates of the boy testified
going to the national organl- $18,621,252: three-fourths of which two percent off. February
nlloa that he was on the opposite side a
Townsend Notice instruction. In addition to /
for
was settlements will ,
get
a one percent
- of the road and that when he attempted -
of the this $2.503,441 was expended as called w f discount and thereafter taxes must
W II. Olden, president for to cross they to
local Townsend Club, this week issued capital outlay and $4,758,883 In- him not to do so. \ 1"A' be paid In full. Compared with No-
MICKEY SEZ: the following statement: "All payment of bonds and other i.J2G vember rnclpts of recent years, '
I debtedness.The i the current month's collection was fl
for annuities under -
who are eligible '
the Townsend Plan even average dollar spent for Chief Asks Cooperation a record breaker, Mr. Knight said. )

though not members, are urged to public education In Florida, Includ- Chief of Police A. L. Alvarez n '- .

register their names and addressesIn I ing capital outlay and debt service, asks the cooperation of the publicIn 2 Negro EntertainmentA ''j

readiness for the anticipated was divided as follows: 2.6 cents making the town aa attractive

early Congressional action In favor I for administration, 54 cents for Instruction as possible during the Christmas program will be given at the !,

of the bill. Meet with our club next 5 cents for transportation holidays. He says that trash placedin Bethel colored. church in Reno
Kai
Monday night. at 7:30: o'clock to, 10 cents for other current the streets to be picked up by Monday night at 8 o'clock for the I

IO'liI.Y I begin> this Important work" I expenses, 10 cents for capital out- the city's cleaning department, $t r$ u benefit of the Virginia Randolph ,
lay, and 18 cents for debt service. should be put there before Satur fund. Several colored schools In .t.

I I Salaries paid to Florida teachers day, Dec. 24, otherwise the truck the county will have time on the f. 'i\

Kingsley Lake Baptist during the 1937-38 school year totaled will not get it until the following program. featuring songs, readings J

will be held Sunday, December 1 12388404. Seventy-nine week and It will remain In the and a playlet. Virginia Randolph .
Services
18. at 11 o'clock at the' percent was provided from state f street during Christmas. day. was the first Jeanes teacher -

Baptist Church. All sources and 21 percent from local I -.. and money railed Monday

members Kingsley Lake are urged to be present.The revenue. The cost of transporting Port Everglades baa grown so and Mrs. W, A. Stern of Stern's Garage here are now occupy. night will be used in counties

:' 7 SHOPPING will be preached by pupils to Florida schools was $1,- fast Its port board has been forcedto Ing their new home on Jefferson St.. one of the moat attractive to be where Jeanes teachers are not em-
sermon
D.1YS'TII, XMAS the Rev H. M. Tlllman. 471.973, of which 70 percent was rent empty railroad freight cars built here In recent years. The house Is a story and a half construction ployed. Admission will be ton
the pastor held third Sun- paid from state funds and 30 percent as temporary storage space for in- and of modified English architecture. It makes a very pleasing cents and white people are cordially -

BUY AT HOME Services are every from local funds. bound freight! w I addition to oak-lined Jefferson St, r, Invited. __?
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rAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY
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AGE SF New Officers ElectedBy Mr. and Mrs Uglow Miss\ Vera Claire Robinson

,\ Woodman Circle Celebrate Golden Wedding Selected to Represent BOREE FUNERAL HOME

t ocictyJ The regular meeting of the Anniversary Apopka at Debs Ball Full line of Caskets,& Undertakers 8UI'I.I1.8.
y 5.cor1 5. Woodmen Circle was held Tuesday AMBULANCE SERVIC5
Mr. and Mrs. John. Uglow were Friends here of Mine Vera Claire DAY ANI) NIGHT !:
night at T:30 o'clock In the Wood- at home to their frtanda Tuesday Robinson, daughter of Mr. and 63 PIIONE g!

u J''4} ltr' men Hall with the Guardian, Mrs.A. afternoon from two/ until six Mrs. J. C. Robinson, of Apt>pka, O. U. BENNETT Mirr.
'""Z aV o'clock In celebration of their will be Interested to learn that "A HOME-LIKE
Woman's Club Holds Dr. Sternberg Is MemberOf J Grlffia, presiding and all of- INSTITUTION; : '"
golden wedding anniversary.The the has been selected: as one of the
'' ficers at their stations.
Business Meeting Championship homo was attractively dec- few Apopka girls to be presentedto

> ] The regular business meeting Bridge Team The with hull a was variety attractively of Fall flowers decorated orated with beautiful baskets of society at the Apollo Club Deb- oeo'-------------__.____ ----.;
,a of the Starke Woman's Club was yellow roses chrysanthemum, utantes Ball, on December 19 at
i held Wednesday afternoon 3:30: Friends here of Dr. S. Stern- for this delightful occasion. and gladioli, gifts from their the Municipal Auditorium in Orlando -
Bq' berg of Daytona Beach son of Mr. After the regular routine business LAST DAY TO 0 T TiMONDAY
e' o'clock in the club building, with friends, for this lovely party. Ar- :
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will be interested
and Mrs. N. Sternberg
j HOME > the president, Mra L>. A. Canova, was transacted the following rangements of holly placed to ad- It is an annual custom with the il
x' tt' in the chair. in the following clipping officers for the ensuing year were vantage in the living and dining Apollo Club, which Includes iesi- DEC 19
NttED;
recent Issue of
taken from a
a
I Mrs. N D. Wnlnwrlght, Jr., secretary elected: rooms added a further decorative dents of Orlando who have made :
FOB ;
fl read the minutPi of the Daytona Beach paper. Guardian, Mrs W. L. Andrews; I I note to the occasion. their homes there for forty yearsor I R .11 Ch'ld '
previous meeting and Mrs. D. P. "A Daytona Beach team-of-four Past Guardian Mrs. A. J. Grlffia; Upon arrival the guests were more, to select a limited groupof eJu tens Contest

Agree i Carpenter, In the absence of the composed of Mrs F. J. Niver, Mrs Advisor, :Mis. C. J. Powell; Recording I greeted informally by Mr. and Mrs. prominent and representative I

treasurer Mrs. C. A. Knight, presented Stephen J. Meeker, Mrs. George and corresponding secretary Uglow with Mrs. Uglow becoming- belles from different parts of the
aattngtlibsew> ; the current bills. P. Young, and Dr Sam Sternbergwon Mrs. L. S. Hutto; Banker, ingly attired in a black silk crepe state to be presented at a Deb- 'UI/KS;/ WILL, UK AU'AKDKIl UKUNKSI)) M 11),1 !11. I
the state championship of the Mrs. Nat Williams Chairman of utante Ball. AT 4 V. :M.
to
home It was voted give the school ; frock trimmed in gold. Gold ear- I
Jcharactcj i 7 : board ten dollars to help pay for Florida State Bridge league in Miami auditors, Mrs P. S. Denmark; Sec- rings and gold beads also a gift Miss Robinson, with her family, --

' a tooyidered sanding the floors in the school I last night, competing with ond auditor, Mrs Brady Bryant; complemented her costume. was a former resident of Starke i
'f, > far cafeteria A five dollar health bond teams from all parts of Florida Third auditor Mrs. J. L.. Good- and has a host of friends here who
in the fight against tuberculosiswas and from Atlanta. Ga. man; Attendant, Mrs Ira Wilson: The many lovely gifts tokens of will want to congratulate her on CARPENTER'STHE I
of :
Impo esteem and friendship, were dis-
bought by the club. "The Daytona Beach team led i Assistant attendant, Mra. Ethel receiving such an honor.
ty to puerations1'aLong played in the dining room. REX ALL STORE I
i i .1t' Mrs. Wainwright read a note of the field throughout the match and Chambers, Chaplain Mrs. Frances '
toy,, 4 thanks from Mrs. L F. Chapman of the McIntyre; Inner sentinel, Mrs. S. During the afternoon refreshments Book Club to Meet\ .)..,------------__._.._,_,_ I
t won a year's possession per- repeating the gold color --
lf '. of the State Farm. first vice presIdent R. Johns. Sr.; Outer sentinel, Mrs. -- -
ed D Miss Gertrude Green ---------
of
mantlHome' i manent trophy which will be plac- scheme, were served by Mrs C. F Hearing r.; ---- -- --- __ _'
of Section Four thanking Lois B Mayes; Captain, Mrs. Ver- Cove --
Springs, chairman of the .=
the club for the recent luncheon ed in the Ocean Dunes clubhouse.In gie Flynn; Musician Mrs. L. D Ward daughter of Mr and Mrs. i ;:
Book Club, will review "The Year- lip ..
Florida ; Vii' Uglow and Mrs John Grew.
r given in her honor. addition each, player will receive Green; Junior counselor Mrs. Arch ," Kinnan Rawl- r
ling by Marjorie
several | ; Prior of I Thomas Mrs. Vonda Mr. and Mrs. Uglow were unitedin .t.:tgd! Er'ON"' I'jaoMUg7oP
; method !','" to adjournment, Mrs. Ca- an individual trophy a ; Reporter In- Ings, at the regular meeting of the 'I ,
Of the 1! ,j' nova asked the Beautification Department large silver flower bowl and each !I man; Assistant reporter, Mrs. Ver- marriage Dec. 13, 1888 here In I club Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clockat :::: / :
P UblialJn r ", 6'' to sponsor the outdoor will be given credit for five national -I gle Flynn. Starke with the Rev. Dr. Mattice the home of Mr. and Mrs. I'I'I :: ol'dl'.bJ'd. b
1' l ; ( 'om.
1?"r Christmas tree project. master points" j After the election, of officers officiating Mra. Uglow, prior to A.I or.U .
the Y, t ..... Davia. 81,000mulrmmenrlj '" ( ,,.
her ..._...age. was .'U'aa..._ T u i sa .M. or--'C 1
1.recipes, ; lour letters of congratulations and This popular book has a Florida / ISSSrJ"1'iSSSpSSSfea: '; ;;,';
Kuhne daughter of the late Mr.
} A;{11v '
convenlhouaewl< ..I thanks from different groves in locale and should prove Interestingto
and Mrs. Kuhne. "
August :
the state were read by the secre- all Floridians and book lovers. ,
"oliniury.oece""oe4 Or
correspi FLOUR GREEN'S STORE tary, Mrs. Hutto. She also called Mr. Uglow, son of the late Mr Miss Heeling Is an able reviewer / / 7)100) b r8s0p otcl.

er bus! the roll of the members and Juniors and Mrs. Jobn Uglow, came to and the club members are looking <:ramonlhrdnran1:" = h'""'holl,

50 Cash & for the year. Starke fifty-three years ago from forward to meeting. Everyone Is y ;; 6 1,for f
As a p; Carry e4
North Branch n..i.o.o lickne montcI
C Prior to adjournment plans were Michigan A prom- urged to attend. hHAROLD UIe040n" 6 hahirh
tlon 24 Lk STARKE, FLA. completed for a fish supper to be inent farmer be was one of the ---. 100 for.rOrtified opt.DraemdeD"O 0 '...
sg an noon.
first to strawberries. :
did lll"Iyr given at the Woman's Club building I grow For the Florida today has 8,631 miles of 21 maeimumpp ordlre.H, due to r ic.,
ayBbu&nes tfP"i few he has been retired !
Friday night, Dec. 16 at 8:00: past years hard surfaced roads Only a few n7 (or Dd.D"
WE WISH EACH AND EVERYONE A VERY from business. It eos"' ,ou eeae'6t :: In.
Cf. wi o'clock. The Circle will entertainthe years ago was a two-day trip "..h. : or"k ...
and MERRY MERRY CHRISTMAS members of 138 Camp of the About thirty guests called durIng of great difficulty from Jacksonville I Con: ,. o1) r uihhnu.tor ,
hl,
--- ------ the M nO'urol de: :: = In.
W. O. W. of Starke. afternoon to offer Mr. and to Tallahassee vent

of Ing their mo CHRISTMAS SPECIALS ----. Mrs. Uglow congratulations and to ..{ by' i1d'i end, !: or

ji i i w. O. W. Fish SupperThe wish them many more years of OW tunhet'prem um, "o"ro di'.hl'd,
re.our'c.t.torw1 1: dU""on f:::; '0 po,o.jo":. n.
ifi r happiness. 1_,..,ire face oh" PoIeno d.
Starke Grove of the Woodmen I."
SOLVED I errnr//rrewee.a
Free Free Free Circle requests all members Roosevelt Is Scene
n:,
een 1e a apreaen of the 138 Camp of the W O. W. C. WALL Agency

i to meet at the Woman's Club building Of Lovely Luncheon Party The Gift Problem

THK': 'OI.I.oWINO PRIZES Friday night, Dec. 18, at 8:00: Members of the Afternoon ij RELIANCE; LIFE INSURANCE; COMPANY:\

',woman WILL BE': Gn'EN'WiY HOUND OKSirloin o'clock for a fish supper. bridge Club enjoyed a lovely -. With A
g Int CIIKISTMAS E\E-0 I'. M. Steak lb. 16c luncheon OF PITTSIiURGHs
+ bridge Tuesday at one .
;
which + I r 1ST PRIZE ______ $3.00 CASII Primary Christmas ProgramTo o'clock in the Patio Grill of the "Zippit"BRIEF -
-
RIB Be Given TuesdayThe Roosevelt Hotel in Jacksonville. ,' ; I 2ND PRIZE ------ $2.50 CASH The '''; ,1. :
lunch-
be.ng Beef Stew 3 25c perfectly appointed ----OUR
i iPg I ios. primary department of the F 'p : J
3RD PRIZE $2.00 TRADE eon table was attractively decorated ..7 CASE .
!
>
un > o
fv'
Bradford County High School will .:
with Christmas deslen. Poinsettias ....;.r -- -- )
vneerv$ 4TII PRIZE ____ 10 GAL GAS PORK present a Christmas program attractively arranged with SURE TO PLKASK ALL .:->-i' ..
i STEW Lb. 12Y2c Tuesday morning at 9:00 o'clockIn ;
blue and silver leaves
b a ;4 nil PRIZE ___ $2.00 TRADE the school adorned the PROFESSIONAL MEN
high auditorium. All
d center of the table which was cov- BUSINESS MENSTUDENTS
tterbeyi n GTH PRIZE ____ $1.00 TIL\IE COUNTRY PORKSAUSAGE patrons are urged to attend. ered with artificial snow end Ice. ;

'''rrI; Lb. 20c -------- Miniature Christmas trees balanced
7TII PRI7E ._.. 5 GU OAS ;; -
rid ridt the central embellishment and In Brown or Black INIIAFSNpW
of : FOR ALL FORMS OF .
y NO. 2 CANTOMATOES CHUCK repeating the Christmas motif ,
ugly t
; .4 I were the tally-place cards. As Low A8 '
amd Imefi 4 6c STEAK, Lb. 12K2C ffi oflt
INSURANCEPLEASE After luncheon bridge was en-

k ? r PORK CHOPS. I joyed hotel. In Mrs.one of N.the Sternberg parlors ,of who the $3.50SEE

A t :rlSc 1 PHONE 146 I I made the highest score, was pre- THEM: NOW AT

sented with a luncheon set, Mrs..

11' E. L. Matthews won the gallopIng THE BRADFORD
HAROLD C. WALL
fi I OLEO Lb. t2/ : CHEESE lb. 15c i' goose prize a bottle of per-
,
1 CO. TELEGRAPHSTARKE
Agency fume, and Mrs. O L. Haynes won
.
: I the bingo prize a box of linen I FLA.PROTECTION. "
''y ;. '. COMPOUND: GROUND \gcy. Est Over 50 Years I II handkerchiefs.Those .

I ,, LARD, Lb. lOc I MEAT, Ib lOc enjoying this delightful I

i J affair were: Mrs. K. G. Duncan, iTHE
-- -- -- ---
Ij ; 11.A1).1I. I Mrs M. F. Brown, Mrs. D. P. Car- ;, SPECIAL HOLIDAY ROUND TRIP FARES

,I. penter, Mrs N. Sternberg, Mrs O.

COOKING OIL Gal. 76c XMAS TREEORNAMENTS L. Haynes, Mrs. A Z. Adkins, Mrs. Florida Motor lines gives you a big Christmas gift

J. W. Andrews Jr, :Mrs. Jeannette ,5 this year with special reduced fares for the Holidays.There's .
Kincaid Miss\ Mina ManaSl! Mrs.E. .
added saving and adtled pleasure In every
:
L. Matthews, and Mrs L. }o'.
GRITS 10 Lbs. 20c Chapman of the State Farm. mile when you take: your trip in the cozy comfort of
SUGAR Lbs. 23c
SMILE ; a Florida Zephyr. Bus travel is more convenient, too

HOME: GROUND 3 LUS.MEALS Meeting of Ladies Auxiliary dof with stations right in the heart of shopping centers

aI'! ,Rho Lbs. 8c ONIONS lOc Held at Uglow Home I and more departures than by any other way.

? I O N ygtl;, The regular meeting of the La- (
r dies' Auxiliary of the PresbyterIan Buy EXTRA Gifts With Money Saved

1 Church was held Tuesday nightat '
One \\'nrSI. It 'NP
Rice :: r 51bs.15c C Cs" 7:30: o'clock at the home of Mr. It run only come from M I 11 I. __ 10.03 tl'' 4w
and Mrs. John Uglow, with the solid adequate insurance rV'1'; Hti.M nN'(:')1 .,3.113: tI .0
Complete Line Of president, Mrs. O E. Stanubury, Every element of IT.n\IIt\\'I'I'll'lllll: 11I11..'''. a' '.113
in the chair. and fear 1 In taken ___ '1/\/ 1.13
worry o f % i. t .2.1ics
wT NO. 2 CAN MORTON HOUSE DATE LIGHTS, TINSEL, ICE- .. "n s&1
The home from your shoulders .1 1< "aelllI.n t
cUUJUEUit2Y2C .YCLKS ETC. was beautifully dec- A'ri.\ ,116:3
"I':1"; ;
: SAUCE PUDDING, can lOc I ) orated with yellow Fall flowers and the cost Is small! r% II' >t __ 11I:1.I0 a11eY11.1,1 S
I CARPENTER'STilE and holly for this 4. : ____ .___-_ _____ .II. ,
meeting'Mra. LET US WRITE 0111.0 __" u_ ___________.11:1./\: / '
IVANHOE LJNDY C. F. Ward 1\" I V V A 11 ------------.I a
l' 1'p REXALL STORE presented an IIIIOIIX.II -- ._ __ _--__ _______ ./\/\ 117 wS
lOc June Peas lOc -
I+ Potato Salad, can can interesting program on "Iran and YOUR INSURANCE! f'II t II V. ,'ITU ___ .117.1\/\/ *1.1 r1
__u_ __ ____-_____ _. ,1167,
"-1 + Mesoptamta, and Mrs. E. M. Da- > 'HII' I LI.H n n ,;.ItlIJ: :
di. vis led the Devotional using the We represent several large, '
i i. / G. NORTHERN ASSORTEU XJLSn.UV Christmas theme In the scripture, reliable companies In the ON SALE UFX;EMBER: 10 THKOUGH\ J.\Nl IK* I

LUL\s 41 BUSINESSDIRECTORY hymns and prayer Miss Lucille Theft Liability Annuity, BEASLEY'S SERVICE STATION
ii
CANDIES Lb. lOc
}: i B. E. rE.\S, LB 2e Mitchell delighted her listeners Life and Fire field LACY C.ONVAJt"nt

( e with a. reading "Carols From the a
Low Country" written by Mary JOHNS ANDWAINWRIGHT
S LOAVES PEANUT

'p ".k r'fir BREAD _ 25c BUTTER, 2 Lbs. 20cI'UUE Kerr.Mrs.. Davis also gave a reviewof / O '

the chapter "The Board of For-
PHONE 13
JERSEY
GROUND
1 The drink eign Mission" taken from the book I

I COFFEE, Lb. tIc Corn Flakes 5cN "Our Presbyterian Church. -..---
that
Plans were made for the Sun-

FRYERS lIc HENS LB. I8c everybodyknow8 day day night School, Dec Tree 21 to At be 7:30 held: o'clock Thurs- r ra.
4
1I a / at the Church. .. 'I 1t

I During the meeting Mr. and
Mrs. Uglow were presented with a

14J; Scratch Feedbag $$1.67Palmolive I y+ in jlt lovely as basket a gift of of gold the auxiliary chrysanthemums : in

v remembrance of their golden wed- r

COCA-COLA DOT. CO. ding anniversary.After .
I IBY
Soap 6c 10o SIZE the meeting adjourned +ro3.
Supersuds 3 for 25c WE ARE Mrs. Uglow and Mra. Ward served
,. ,OCTAGON SOAP Oil PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS tempting refreshments of coffee

r +#I I1t Powder, 6 large 25c OCTAGON SOAP CHIPS and cake I

A i it CONCENTRATED Large 19cOCTAGON CARPENTER'S L. T. L. Members

Supersuds, pkg. lOc The Rexall Store Enjoy Xmas Tree
'
Octagon Cleanser 5c Toilet 5c
r Soap, SEE] ME BEFORE YOU WIRE Nineteen L. T. L. members and

Estimates Cheerfully five white ribbon babies met with
Agent For Given Mrs. R. I* Kemp on Tuesday afternoon
; I at 4 o'clock for their Christmas -
E. A. WINKLERRadio tree. A short program of TH E WAY Park..and pause..where you see the

1 blla TRUEMAN FERTILIZER CO. and Electric Service Christmas stories waa rendered P AU It red flashes sign that welcome Says"DrinkCoca-Cola," I / /
.; I consisting of poems and Christmas .. 5 E a invitation to enjoy ,
PLUMBING carols and closing with a prayer. a sociable pause for pure refreshment.
tAN D Thirst asks .0 t
Better QualityGet Prompt Service at The tree was emptied of Its gifts REFRESH nothing more. '
Reasonable Prices and a happy time was spent In COCA-COLA BOTTLINO CO.

Our Low Prices Before Buying Let :Me Estimate Your Job opening packages. This tree was SH-165-7
sponsored by the W. C. T U. of is _7 _
: ;:z.: '
ilk 1 C. M. RITCH Starke. '' ''' ___ _. :.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA -- -..--- -
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1983 --- -
IB, -- -
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DECFM1'EIC -- -- -- .
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- -- - -- -- --- ---- i friends of of bananas 65,774 stems of plantains
11)\11' --+ -- Starke and Lawtey
the
Davis
I Mrs. G W. Alderman. Mrs. S. I Mr. and Mrs F. F Stump and Mrs and Mrs L A. and approximately 750,000:
Sunday Rev and! Mrs Frank Robinson, Mrs.. Frank W. Brumley, formerly
Pitner, Miss Stump spent in 1036. '
P. Vandivlere and son Evelyn coconuts
were visiting relatives In Jack on- afternoon In Jacksonville visiting Mrs. J C Mills Mrs. W E. Mid- Miss Agnes McCormick of Gainesville ,I I II'II I
ville Sunday afternoon. Miss Lillian Stump, a student dleton, Judge and Mrs. E. K. Per will regret to learn of the
Bits of nurse at St. Luke's Hospital.' ryman and L. C. Ray attended the death of her husband ut their
-------- of
--- Jacksonville District Conference
Mrs. A. P. Sauls Mrs. L. H, ---- the Methodist Church in Jacksonville home in Baton Rouge, La., Dec. 8. NOTICEANYONK I:
Jennings Mra. W. M Wlmberly, Miss Carol White, a student( at Thuraduy. Mrs. Catherine Teare and Jack
Nev and Miss Helen Prather !spent! Southern College In Lakeland, will Howe of Lawtey and Mr. anti Mrs TO BUY .
DESIRING
Local Tuesday in Jacksonville.Mrs. arrive this week-end to spend theChristmas Miss Lois Adkins, who is teaching E. M. Davis and daughter, Miss READY-COOKED T IT It KEY ,i', ,
holidays with her parents Jean Davis, from Starke, attendedthe I XMAS MUST .1 :
FOIL
N. MEAT
OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mr and Mrs, O W White. in the schools of Fountain funeral in Gainesville at the IIET LEAST ONE
and daughter GIVE
CONCERNING H. A. Bishop C., will arrive tomorrow to spend after
Church Sunday
PROGRESS OF TilE COUNTY ANn TOWN Nina, Mrs. Calvin Johns, and Margaret I the Christmas holidays with her Presbyterian Dr. Brumley was 3., and WEEK'S!! NOTICE. I
and Georgia Gllpln spent parents, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad noon. Eco- MKS. TITUS OLSEN I I
of Agricultural .
Saturday In Jacksonville.Mr. klns. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy, of was professor {t
Univer-
J AGSti. nomics at Louisiana State
Cf" I Jacksonville, will also be guests at sity in Baton Rough. Orange Blossom :' !
and Mrs. Lacy Rlgdon and the Adklns home. !
Mr and Mrs. Carl Johns and son, Cafe
Thursiii -
Toroda spent of Jacksonville were guests C.utrENTER'SMiss
family vessels -
EMwla hundredand fifty-nine
)[rS. Carl Lemar, spent Tuesday after- J. One
and Mrs. J.
Mr. -
Jacksonville.Mr Wednesday of -- stems
and
Mathews 689,515
Mr. and Mrs. Roy brought Tampa
In Jacksonville. student .
noon ,
y a
Harriet Bishop
Rlgclon and Miss Eva Rigdon.Mr. at Lakeland, Warren Perkins returned home recently .. ...,....---. ---'--
at Southern College -------
,, E Johns spent Wednesm the C. Garner and I will arrive Saturday to upend theChristmas after spending over two
Miss Abblo Harley spent and Mrs. J. months In Rochester, Minn., and
v Jacksonville. week-end In Jacksonville with son, John, will spend the Christmas holidays with her parents relatives in Missouri. Gift \
BELDINQ HOSE friends and relatives. holidays In Lake City as Mr. and Mrs. H. A Bishop.Frlonds While visiting;away Mrs. Matthews and Give Furniture --- The Lasting
F. Garner and family.
of J.
iiF-U'TIFt'L': ; guests Mr. Perkins were patients In the
18 7;" \T STUMP'S.Congressman Mrs. L. A. RennoldH, Mrs. M. R. here will be Interestedto Mayo Clinic in Rochester.GOSS.ItI .
.---- Judd and Mrs. F. B. Johns spent Miss Marjorie Stump and Miss : know that the Rev. and Mrs.
R. A. Green spent in Jacksonville Dorothy Atkinson of Bunnell were of Jacksonville have
Monday Laurie G. Ray .
,dnI.8dov: In Madison with week-end guests of Miss Stump'spal'ents announced the birth of u daughter CORSETS COMBINATIONS CEDAR OCCASIONAL

ends> Mrs. J. F. Colley and Misses Mr and Mrs. F. F. Stump. on Tuesday, at St. Luke's Hospital.Mrs. I STt'MP'S.R : AND. IIKASSIEKK.SAT CHESTS CHAIRS

Katie and Virginia Fugate spent ,
few
spent a returned
Try N Sternberg Monday in Jacksonville Mrs. Rosa Constantine W. J. Epperson and her '
,vs this week in Jacksonville Thursday of lust week from St.0.ugustine nest, Mrs. A. P. Schnell, of Lake R. Hutchings has returned
tn\ friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Johns spent where she visited her Butler. Mrs. H L. Brownlee and after spending ten days in Detroit, '
last week in Lake Butler with :Mr. slater, Mrs. B. H. Higginbotham. daughter. Madge, and Mrs. G. A. Michigan, and Canada Mr. Hutch- '
Mrs. W E. Middleton and Mrs.D I and Mrs. Freeman Johns. Anderson spent Saturday in Jack- Ings was accompanied to his home : ;: I
Vining spent Saturday Inkeonvllle. .in Gainesville bv Hire. Hutchlncaand ,. I _'J "
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.T '
Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh of Jack- RI sonville. daughter Montle, who have'I .. ":

sonville was the guest\ Wednesdayof Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent spent the past two weeks visiting :
Mlle Kitty Hogsed and Misspe Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. the week-end in Fernandina as Mr and Mrs. T. M. Hatchings. 4 .
inksmville. ,
spent Saturday '
iynea AT CARPENTEIt'SIOSOGItA1 guests of Mr Davis' mother Mrs. "
Miss Ruth McLendon of Gainesville !\ : Mary Allen Davis. :Mrs. Davis EVERY WOMAN WANTS j fg L i ,
i
spent the weekend here as spent a few days in Jacksonville CHril EAL5. ONE
the guest of Miss Essie Coleman. Mrs. James Codbold of Jackson before returning home. t i( q
ME ville spent several days this week YOU CAN MAKE HER HAPPY $4.75 up ,!( 11

Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe of Palatka with her mother, Mrs. W. S. Stro- Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDowell of AT CARPENTER'S WITH ONE OF TIIF.SK .
AT CARPENTER'S spent the first of the week here man, and sister, Mrs. S. S. Dowl- Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. H. H CHESTS ONLY SHE WILL APPRECIATE AN ''I i
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Ford and family of Lakeland Mrs. Matthews EXTRA CHAIR FOR THE 1
ing. E. S
and Mrs.
B. Flynn and Mrs. P. Smith. Dullard and children of Mr $18.95
Mrs George W. E. returned to their home hereafter upOn LIVING ROOM OR
have
chard Kldd Spe l= at Wednesday Miss Hannah Swindell announces Thomasvllle, Ga, were theInner\ I time in Orlando -
Jacksonville Mrs. Warren Perkins, Mrs. Annie she will award her beautiful guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. I spending of some their soninlawand Terms BEDROOM (
Colson, Mrs Earl Searing, and chrocheted table cover Saturdayat John Uglow and Mr and Mrs. C. : as guests, Dr. and Mrs. II. B.
-
W T C U. meets with Mrs. J. Miss Clara Flume spent SaturdayIn 4 o'clock P. M. at Stump's F. Ward. daughter were accompaniedhome -- --- f'"
McLendon. They

Quigley at 4 o'clock.Friday (today) afteron Mrs.Jacksonville J. M. Brownlee spent last store. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tatum of I' by Mrs.Jeannette McLendon, who will and Ii': )

week In Hawthorne with her son Mrs. R. A. Green and son, Robert DeLand. Mr and Mrs. W. L. Ed- daughter Christmas holidays here. HART FURNITURE CO. i'
the
1.11' and Mrs. L. D Vining will and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alexis, spent several days in wardi anti daughter, Frederica of upend will them 1 "

end> this week-end in Valdosta, Milton Brownlee. Gainesville this week with Mrs. Jacksonville and Mrs. J. F. John- Dr later.McLendon join .._._.____.____ ...... ,_._____..-::::::: : 1
all guests of Mr. Vining'sotherInIaw -- Green's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Y. son and daughter, Dorothy of .-- '
and sister :Mr. and VISIT STUMP'S: STORE FOR Harris. Plant City were weekend guestsof -
I GIFTS AND' TOYS. A. Mr. and Mrs. W. II,. Struth
'i Walter Timmerman Miss Dorothy Ellen Steel of Mr. and Mrs.Struth E R. Struth, and FIVE FREE TURKEYS GIVEN AWAY 8 P. M. XMAS EVE: ;,

Gainesville arrived today to spendthe Miss Katie -;
I-- NAT SEZ : Christmas holidays with her TANGERINES '
: AR-
uncle and aunt Mrs. and Mrs. J. S"iT.'LAl'S: WILL WALNUTS '

I don't cure how hard boiled mi 3. Snpp. RIVE AT STUMP'S STORK 23RD.AM },U.n -, LARGE, Top Grocery Dozen 5cORANGES 1'
old shiner he may lie", thrrc's. a _\\' MORNING' DEC.SATUIt1).1Y Pound F'N2'2c Tip ,
UNTIL
went to Jacksonville : ) STAY
certain something about Christmas L. C. Ray -:
the holidays BEFORE CHRISTMAS.: .
NIGHT
will spent
that will touch him In spite Thursday and
? of all his. I'f'8I..t"nce.Tako there with his son and dauglilerinlaw WHITE'SCREAM BRAZIL Fancy FRI. & SAT., DEC. 16 & 17 3 dozen 25c i i"'
Mrs. Laurie :
1 the Rev. and 19c
Lb.
rue for iiiNtaJice, all during Nuts, '
the ;year I'm lie tight IIH a clam, G. Ray. i VERMIFUGE :
,., 1 I FRUIT CAKE
but much come kick C'hrlHtmiiH out of. spending I !get\ just mymoney as Mrs. W. L. Wall, Mrs. J. E. WH-I For expelling Round Worm I Delicious.a. bating Apples, doz. Zoc MATERIAL I'r 1

11" anbody. son, and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee r attended and for reducing Pin Worn I

It's a wonderful fcclliiRfolkn, a luncheon given by Mrs. infestation in children I 5 POUNDS Peel Lb. 25c 1
Orange
10RKIMP.: ,
at her home In Galnei Price 3Sc 'EUA"I'm TN US
Graham
S \ .
too bail it only Cornea mice a yciir.Or
tUm't you think HO? ville Saturday.L. CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE- I 15c APPLES 20c Lemon Peel, Lb. 25c' ;
\ BANANAS ..
A Rennolils' returned to Citron Peel, Lb. 25cLIIIBY'.S

BEDROOM MANHATTAN mond, Va Sunday after RICh-j FANCY COUNTRY HIST Pineapple, Lb. 33c :.

SLIPPERS several days accompanied at Home here.him as fur PALACETheatreJacksonville CORN Cherries Lb. 33c ;' ,

FOR SHIRTS Rennolds as Jacksonville. MILK I ;( PEAS or W. Raisins! Lb. lOc {j jI <

IEV.OUN: : CHILDREN WILL PLKVSE HIM -'- Miss--Ona-- Den I 25c Currants, pkg. lOc :
Friends of little 3 Tall Cans 17c 3 Cans. ; ;
.
39c to $2.25 $2.00 orest will be glad to nfter learn being that/ confined she- 2 DAYS-DEC. 17-18 Dates, pkg. lOc ," .

--- --- is able to to her sit bed up several weeks because Saturday and Sunday ICEBERG LETTUCE Carrots 71LlC Figs, pkg. lOc r i i iI
or
of IllneSH. -- Spices.
Saturday-Continuous Shows I ." .
The Woman's Missionary Society From 10 A. M.Sund..yContlnuous. .
Methodist Church wUl Shows 1'E.RSD.LLARi'S BALLOON, GUARANTEED j
of the i LOWEST PRICE IN SEVEN
meet Monday afternoon ut three from 1 P.31. I"I"i ,
o'clock, at the cliurch. Business

To be certain of the and program- meeting. I IGRdiii Adult No*-Advance Mat. Sue In Night Price 40o I i FLOUR 241bs. 45cJ

))6r Bring the Family-
one right gift, i; RD5 Make a Date With

:-- ) Your Bent Girl :
"' :
/I giveHOLEPRQOF ., ;
',\ MAID

jirI WillI.011.\CARPENTER'S) WAIT: I The THE Supreme fcvcnl IDOL of SUice the OF Year EVERY and! Screen I I BEEF RIB STEW, Lb., SYzc"A MACARONI a


J P Tomllnson:! Jr of Luke : LOCAL CITIZEN
Dr.
HOSIERY I Wales, formerly of Starke. Lake am 1 Bacon Lb. 35c 3 Boxes lOcI 1
r ;41// j., niece Butler Miss were Vivian visiting Fowler friends, of hen I IN I Swift's Pre Breakfast b i


i % .1 Stockings so lovely every woman thrill Wednesday afternoon. I PERSONPERFORMINO I 18c WATER GD.
FRESH \WEINERS Lb.
< them I fhoref sheer flattery tot
to olFernundina
White
s l clear, dull Mr. and Mrs D. B. I 5 Lbs. 8c
+ slender ankles In these Mr. and Mrs. J P ON I
\ 14cMEAL
.1 chiflons by Holeproof I Glamorously and family of Atlanta, Ga.. THE STAGEAmerica's Lb. ,
Burns STEAAK
vi of: CLUB
beautiful and surprisingly longwearing George and Phillip Manassa Allan I PEARL':: CORK
In stunning Silk Velour University near
/ ;, ea Oglethorpe week-end to< I

b t gift boxes.2 PAIRS ta Mrs spend, will C the I arrive Christmas Manassa this and holidays Miss Mint will) I I Tits;! (Country; Roll Butter Lb. 33c | CRITS,5Lbs.lOc l :

IN GIFT' BOX: ifanassa.I. 12'/2c ,

s. r f $1.58 and $2.00 : 4 t FANCY NEW SYRUP, gal! 50c'OLE0'Lb'FACTORY : : $ -

BREAD 25c r
l Sdk VaowgmR ) s I'ACKED PACKAGE
I IQRE

,t v'', y.boxeu DIXIE CRYSTAL SUGAR,5 Lbs, 24c DRESSING, Qt. 20c ;i a j



I 5LrnE TIP TOP COFFEE Vac. Lb., 20c JERSEY Corn Flakes 5c :

_
',
S/ ,
e_ NO. Z l/f CANPINEAPPLE

'j WANTEDFamily for strawberry picking.of six: or more Will I Song Stylist Half Slices 19cIp RK&BEANS

provide unfurnished( house Apply I t ,
fabric humor Bu,_ D. G. Ross, Rising Pecan Farm, .

Quality doubly c r1in.d by Good Hool.V.Pl 1nl WONDERFUL and lh B.tlw GIFT Starke.LOST-Six, Fla months old male 12-9-2tp point JOAN BROOXS-CANDY &OTTO TOMATOES, No. 2 size can 6c 1 Lb. can 5c ,


THEY ARE BEAUTIES A RAYON er puppy. All while with heavy OK THE$ SCREEN)$: I m

NEW DRESSES HOUSE COATSA liver Charles spots.Darby.Reward for return 2t-o to I I KEROSENE

RICE SIbs 15c '
$0.95 STYLES A $2.98 VALUE FOR SALE---White and yellow GENE AUSTIN
Special at $1.98 Bermuda onion sets In any quan- Gal lOc
$3.95 I SONGS .
,lty.-J. D. Thompson, 311 West ,,
----
-- ._ -- rail Street Starke. UpFOB. withCThftfiitfaif
Joan Dfoofcs Place Your Order CHOCOLATE DROPS ORANGH SLICES OR MIXED I
BUY AT SALE CHEAP-Upright; plano -
IT PAYS TO And Candy and OWlet Christmas
for
Mrs.
See Early
condition
In good '"
W E. Middleton, Starke ItFOR Tour ObIT (bato: Iee! noOy Turkey. We Have
road Star with Bmdta Vi ... CANDY Ib. 1 0
RENT--A largn, five-room, Performing Before Fresh Florida o r C
furnished, upstairs apartment. Tour Very .,..snDON'T ,
Adequate beating facUlties, also aarage. MISS mJIIIIII Western. r
& See Mrs. W. J. Epper- '.

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l'\UE "OVl BRADFORD COUN1'Y TELF..GRArIi. S1'\RltE, FLOIUDA. FlU n.\Y.Florida .
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N 0'1'1('''' Canal. K... 28 Tp 6 H n 83 A. Hei4 TI>. 7 8 H. 22 H: containing that this order b published one l.ml" J.. ,
Bradford Telegraph NOTK'K 18 IIKUKHY: OIVKN': to containing 7 Acros. morft or loss. 20 Acres, more or, I I"H*. each. week for four consecutive ""'
County nil crmiltor* of the lOxtato: of J. V. The taxes. to be Hold arv' ("vll.ne, The II"'H to Itt* sold Irl' evidencedby wnoks prior tu January S, 1939, In 2r:1.:, "CMIl' ,I", ,, 1 .

lemon. dorenixxl. to file your >,
RKiilnut, the Riitat* with B. K. l' .. anil geiiarul' In NW'' j,
Established 1S77 "rryman. 1983 and lU3a:! respectively' represent 1928 "d 1934 respectively. represent lalol <' ,.
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County Judge, within etg-ht unpaid taxes for the yeara unpaid. In xos for the yean said County.WITNESS. I HII"'I. ''' I\, "I r I
: 1 month from the date hereof or the 1931 to : both Inclusive, amountIng 1U27 to 111.19 both nmmmlIng MY HAND AND T1IIB I I' II
ME.M.SERvrLO = r- l KHtno will bo barred by Statute of to 19:1. to $ InOu.lvn. SEAL of said Com'I. thin 1st day TI" "1.> ," I.. 11
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Fi i L.lmltatIrjnn. and all dehtnrM to pay AL.7: r at NW of 4.8.AI.HO. NR4! of of n.-cemher. 1938. *rtyVIIH .1.! ., ,
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ASSOCIATION \ I th.' undnmlgrned, lOxerutrlx.10TIIKI. Cal & HIM. A W loss H bo lit NK C"I' A >, (OFFICIAL BMAL) \ t |,,. .", I''

JO.NIOH: 1 KU.-i-lllrlx. C..I Ht 14 ft., 2 In., to a of NEW H''. C' '1'IJ.| 7 H It. 22 I IS., A J. THOAS.. man.; thiSropciiy .<. p,
I := ) 12-2-4I-12-Z3. Hug Thence N 10B ft, containing D6 .Acres, mure or As ..I" Court. u,,," 'h..

i ''T tyiecfti." \J W 16 ft., H. 105 ft.. E. 10 ft., tobeg. I.HB. 12.2-11.1-80. in t. ,' ,',
IM T1IH NAMH OK TIIH MFATH Off
Freeman
In Hlock 17. Original Town The taxea to he mild are iHlMiimie "
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"llpn..pdby
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-,-. ._ .. LOIUItAl of I..rk. In NK of SWVi. Sec certificate Nos. 304 J O'U"'1 f' APPLICATION Ir"'rlv, I.1.< ,I ,' ,;"I,
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-- appearing by affidavit filed In 28 Tp. 6 8. 1921 and 1934 and represent 1 ,
:t.CO t. Pu Wished Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class that curtain CHUB.* In Circuit Court The taxeii'It'b:2.: ti are evidenced iinpnld r""p.'lv"ly.tIX" the years ( rnnte Illll No. 1 ,1)) (i h.< 1 ", /1.

Florida Hiudford County. Florida, In C'han- bv ...rlltl.AI.. Nos.. 409, 1070 and 159of 1920 to 1'Ki'l: both Inclusive, amounting N'I'I W I IIERICH I Y 1 VISN I That property u,"d.| .", lt
\ : Matter at the Post Office at Starke, rery, entitled Etta K. Hlllbom 1932 1933 and 1938 tn 8152.80. W. ,'.. hollieI nf Tax Certificate WHB i),,. "" I. "',',

:: .. .. -.... Plaintiff: v*. llalph: (I. Hlllbom, Defendant and represent unpaid r..I"'U".ly. ALSO: 15'4 of SEVi Heo R Tp. 7 1 respectively, 831 HBIIIH, II.. "1.,", ',", '. "" r at\
and the relief prayed for 1931 Issued August 7, 1933 and 8,13 IssuedAugunt pr"I..rty "I t .
.ar to I93t! both Inclusive a 11. 22 E., 80 Acrea, "' 1" i ., .
Editor and Owner Divorce conlal"lnl 7, 1033 has filed In .
E. 1.. Matthews_ helnff : that the defendant amounting. to 1245.93. more or same my 1219 WUK h" t"| f,1," 1.
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B YI ,, L'r: __ .. """ .. other IM. a reHldent than. the of State a State of Florida or Country, to- ALSO. : I.otH 6, 7 Ex., East COft. The taxe to he Hull are evidenced office tax deed and to has be made Issued application thereon. SaidCertificates for KIrklltur.' .,?, ,I.! ";""'' ."f. IUI,'
by certificate No. of 1934 andr..pr"H..nt proiii, ,,, '
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SU SCRII ION RATE wit: 89 North 1'ortag-e Path Akron & part of Lota. 6 & 8 oflllk. respectively embraces v) 1,1 II
unpaid taxes for the "h
18 urlglnnl Town of years C.rlileat. I
the following described "
HOME .
Ohio; and that there la no pernon /tRrk. propertiesIn .1' ,
NEED: \ Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance In the State of Florida service of R In. H.NE'4 22' E.of SWVi(, Sec. 28 6 19J3 to to 139.. .both Inclusive amountIng .Florida the County to-wlt of ll'ldforc1. State of LTnluBi, HUII.1 ,i I. .I.., ""I, I, ;

JI'OR Advertising Rates on Application miminon bind* upon the Maid whom defendant would per..oll'ally : The taxes to be sold are evidenced AUu.: aW'. E of, NE'4 Hec.' 40 9Tp. Certificate :No. 13. embrace. *. proper redeemed'!lex. IK d.| .,..,, ,"I"," ,.1.. I UJ'1,"HI
11: by certificate Nos. 412 and 1078 of containing "" ,
IT IS OHDI< HIoa that the defendant Acres, loss.The Lots 7. 10 46, 47 WoodlawnSection "old to the .I 1. ,
II. Hlllbom, 1932 and 1931 respectively, and represent more nr 2'l! Township 6 South, li" 'I 11
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Ralph appear fourt-hoiiH. ,d'.r "
.r.i taxes to b* Hold are '1";/ ,
gree. BY WAY OF EXPLANATION to he bill of complaint on the 6th 1931 unpaid taxes for the yeara by certificate No. 1397 of .vld.nc.d 193J, and H..IM'* 22 East': Containing 40iicrcs day |In the ,,, 1 I. ''ltn, )
of both Inclusive, amounting less. l""t "I I ,
i readers who might wonder at the slimness day of February IM*, otherwlnea to '139.. represent unpaid taxes for the more or whl"h IH Ih" "" \1
those of Certificate 833
:: :: To our .leeree pro confeMBO will be enteredniralnvt yeara 1932 to 1 3!>, both Inclu..lvo.AI. No. embrace* A. D. .1 ''I Ian
}, him for bin. failure to appear I ALSO: Blks 6, 7, 8, 0 Livingston : Lot 29 & Sot 40 Wft nf 48, IJIt.d 1931 I .
*] of the regular section of the Telegraph this week, we hasten ; that thin order be published. Trubv A Cn's Addition tn.stark amounting. n: Not to $43.98.NE' of 49 A all CO, 61 Wuolh.w. A. 19U. I NI. ''I \ > I [,. ,
t one a week for four conaacutlv* In WM of NKVi\ Sac. NWI Section 29, Township .
(OFFICIAL
ly borne to offer a word of explanation: So much of our time was con week In the Bradford County TeleKrapti Tp. a K. 22 E., 1 &10 HWI S.of R.8W(4 22( of. NBH Hang* 22 East Containing"I. A. J 11.1
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reharacte \ a newnpaper of general circulation The taxea to be sold are evidenced containing acres more' or Ie.... \;
Christmas 30 ,
sumed in preparing and printing our annual Shop ; Acres, moro or less, .r rir >
published In Bradford by Nos. 47O and 1105 nf The '
iar foodIdered cerltl."I. The taxea to H property I'railfonl < ',.,

}, 1 Mof : ping Guide, which is included as a part of this ssue, that we County Florida.WltnexN.. my hand. and official seal 1930 .ld unpaid r..p.ot".ly.the and yeara represent by 1831 certificate and 1934; NOl...01 are and evidenced 464 of was In under th* :name ldntM of! Unknown alt and 831 1-2-&I-U-SO ?,. I'lotl,
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tmpoiS|'||, were forced to omit many of our regular features. If you expected of cald, Court A. D. thin 1938.. 14th day of December 1929 to to U03.3.1939, both Inclusive, amountIng 1930 resent to unpaid 1939 r..p.ctv.ly.t..Inclusive the and year rep the under assessment said. Certificate nf the said No.. property 833 wan A I It TIU: 4'II'f- -1'1 10'R-( ,

.ty'to puj! 11 to see some particular feature or item of news in the ,
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J. Unless .tl
; erations! THOMAS ston, Truby A d ALSO: HE"4 of 8Vof NE'4 tiald Certificates shall be NOTICE la nl

along in]]11.f' : paper this week and cannot find it, please forgive us this I Clerk Bradford of County Circuit, Florida.Court. Rtarlce. S.In H. WVj 12 E.ofoE !*>e. 28Tp. Sec. 10 10 Tp.Acres 7 S. R more 22 or B.,less.contnlnlng properties redeemed ..cordlnl therein to law wil the be dol cr..and of by vlrtlr her.by, of that ti ,,",.rla",'hal, '

3 j ed : time and we promise to be back next week with plenty of U-re-tt-l.6 The taxes to be sold are evidenced The lax... tn I.* _r.lrf *,.nulrf.nn.l sold. ta the highest bidder the cult parltol "ni.rod.,n Ih.
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I bv eertltl..te) Nos. 422 and 1109 of by crlrl..al.-- 410 and 1405 of court-nouse. door on the first Mon in Chan..VrJ"'qt!! Co..
Homef'' room for everything. We hop you will give careful consider MOTICK. OK dALH OK TAX 1932 and 1933 respectively, and rep 1931 respectively. and day. In the Month of January 1939, of I>.c..inber, A D ''h... 'th
U38
t KHTIKICATKNNOTICB r.p- which Is ,
tha 2nd., of '" ..
unpaid tax for the day January
Florida r..nt ** yars resent unpaid taxeii for the "
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'" of the Shopping Guide and IS HEREBY OIVKN: that 1931 to 1939, years A. I D. 1939. til' I'.rtilon th.r ln P odlnR"
ation to the advertising pages both Inclusive, amounting 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive, amountIng II lH
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several It. K. Knight N. U Knight have to 122.40. to Dated this 28th., day Novem complain..,
,1 'I the next week filed with me written requeue. that 10.7. ber A. D. et Wima Shaw. .1 .. .r. "or.nd,
methods; local stores during Said 138.IOFFICIAL
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patronize "
your the tax certificate* together with ALSO: Lota 5, 6. 1. ft, 9, 10. together with "Irlu. ot ordor
of the { all .nubfiequent. omitted or levied 11 J.11 1 Livingston, Truby all subsequent Levied ( SEAL) ..Id Court ther.ln .. Ih. 01
taxes will be sold tt.odt'. Un
to Stark In WU ofNEK highest
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1 establish\ axea held by the State be adverttad A. J. THOMAS Illn.d Comn.l.olln.ro
1 See. Tp. 6 8. R. 22 K.. bidder at th* .. door In a".olnl"
I and aold to the highest bidder 2 Clerk of Circuit Cnurt wil oft.r
of ,
the H : The taxes be aold are evidenced Stark on th* 4th.. day of January 10 .
11a 1 or canh as provided by Chapter Bradford County, Florida. wil .1. 'n
\ 1939 hilhe.I
at 11:00: o'clock .. .
by certificate Nos. 485 and 1118 of A M.
f 29 of the 1937 act of the U26lU90.NOT.rJ. "a.h.
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,, ,recipes, Ji TOO LATE FAVORITE 1 : upon the following; denrrlbedeal 1981 and 1933 r..p.ctv.ly. and represent Dated this the 15th., day of De Houth door of "tht."cJun" 01

convenlijbouaewL1 extate. In the County of Brad- unpaid the yeara cember 13.OFFICIAL Stark, Florida, 1.0.
\ : ord. State' of Florida, to-wlt: 1930 to 1139. both Inclusive, amountIng ( ) OF APPLICATION hour of vale, dlrlll:'nd 1

TO CLASSIFY RECIPES 8WU\ of SW>4(, Section 38 Tp. to $ I A. J. THOMAS. TAX J KKIHenat > J.tuary. A I). 111.! I I. f.Uo.da
corresp
buslnj \ Acre*, more or le..... ston, Truby A Bradford County. Florida. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That 8Ml Of Lot I. 'in Sl.t t!,,u
KAYSttrHmrr 12-16-31-12-30. H. E. Np.rkll holder of Tax Twp, 7 a Ft 20 ,
nr RUSSELL Ktarke In Wof NEV See. C..rlt- Ran' "
Asa j jtion The taxeM to be aold are ."Id..nc.dby 2 icate No. I the 7th. lot BO ft. by .pt.L'nearo '
.... 6 S. Issued 100 ft
Florida Pr** A. certificate. Nox. 121 and 326 of Tp. R. 22 E., A 131 ''I e\\
CKHTIFIC4TR has filed church .
: Pork Chopn With Swet Potatoes OP COHPOKITH IIU..t 133. same unii \ I""? '
ed on4th, I 1030 and 1933 respectively and rep- The taxes to be aold are evidenced In office made applica of-way of HA rll'
a.g renent unpaid. taxen. ror the yearn" by certificate NOH. 476 and 1119 of IMMSOI.l/TIO'f- tion for a ane deed to be Issued ald Loll. i., itv ,"r

did ..ystbWllneB Pointing to improved business Of course we are always glad 1029 to 19:19.: both IncluBlve. amount- 1930. .and 19.13. r..pe.t".ly.. and rep IN THE NAI-nV THE thereon. .Id certificate embraces more cr le MN 1'1'1'. '? ]I. I','

Ben Ing to 'm.U.AI r..nt unpaid I.xell the year the following described property In I II) Wnniu
the country over :
conditions receive for cakes and tn'
\ to recipes >SO: NWVl(, Of SEVi(, Sec. 13 to 19.19 Inclusive, amountIng OF FLORIDA the County nf Bradford. State of F W lint ,
Wand, editor of the Southern Lumber ft S. Jc. 21 K. tn $70.10. Florida to-wlt:
f : Al : A. .. &. A. 7, R. 9, NI
Journal admonishes us to more or I"HH. Lot TO ALL TO J'ot HW 4 and NWK of A- < '"
w"THI8F PrtESEVTH .I n i i '
tha? ,: ,, .... __..__.__ __...A.. _.,.... _.. ..".... eVt'1'Y now and then, to get new The taxen' to he "old are evidenced 10. .!, 12 1. .tU. .24. Livingston. -. -,..' --- SEV. .' IfRy. A_ II SW% ofKft J K. l-Vrrviniin ''
I n .. Otu AUQ. '0 "
ing naoi u. 5 U'"U"5 a. a. liy certificate N<>". 115 and H82 of noT "iK" I INOS: < M hr.nd h 8 lol..lur. fenc, i I''" ,
for wholesome meat NI'': 2S Tp. 6 A. all I E''$ of 8E1 of ,
Ideas good S.e.
InK. 1932 and 19.1,1 rexpectlvely and represent 22 K. I. This IM to certify I that, whereas, IW' IP-ft-1-:11:
i of thelr| unpaid taxeii. for the I Branch Tp. It. 23
I Which is just another way of dishes and other foods that will yeara1A31 Clyde Priest Htarke Fla. E. 88 H..elo. / -
k'elOurcl.I to 19.14 both IncluHlve amounting The taxea to be soM II'* evidenced H. It. Smith, Starke Fla. IM TIIMVK Itr ,
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saying "Quit feeling sorry for your really "stick to the ribs." We to $6f.60.AUIO by certificate Nod.. 477 and 121 of Buford Htarke, Fla. The I..H".nt. of the said. prop 111'n
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1.1"n.
eat art lil30 erty the OK KIOHIUttIt
self down to work." For quite received two of this variety this : NW of NWH of SE 4 and 19:1.1: rIHI..ctlv.ly. ald rep-I' did on th February, A. said c.'ltl.te Issued 1
get
; resent unpaid .. .. 'Ht odl : was In the name .. > ,
1i de i a spell we Americans have been week which we gladly pass along 10 Acrea, more or I....... 1929 to 1919. both Inclunlve, amountIng der the provision of Chapter 10H98, redeemed Unless said certificate .hal ba that certain can1.' "" "i "r

going around with our hair down In the belief that they will give The taxe.. to he Mold are' evidenced tn 'fO.3. Laws nf Florida: Acts nf 1025.! VAN property described according to the .liradford f'ounlv, ri" i l r
M'f.'ne I. 2, 18, 14 Blk 24, If. PRIEST Ih.r..ln ba entitled. c\tnv |
: by certificate. NOB. 285 and 785 ot1B2 Ll. COMPANY OF wil .ry. |(
crying on each other's shoulders. you new energy and pep during :! and 1933 reHpectlvely and 1.1 vlnM'.ton. ( Adr., a cnrpnratlon, with Its ::1 .ohl to the highest bdd..r the I'lilntlff, VH.. M'J'1, / 'I.
I. : >>1'II.en represent tn Starke, In Hue. 28 Tp. 6 place of titn court house door' on tlrt Mon relief ,prayed foi ti n ,!
Wild greater comforts greater the cold duys that are now with unpaid taxeH for the years n business at Brad day In tha month of January. the K I" T H
23 E. 1939 ,
< ford iv d"I ,
County In the d.telllnl .1 i.
wQman State
freedom greater opportunity and and those that lie just ahead. 11131 to l'3S. both Inclusive, amounting The which Is the. 2,",. day of State .
} us to 133.9. taxes to .sold are ."Id..n..d and whereas. the Htnckholders. of 1939. January or Cmintr" > iinKi.u,
{Wlnt 1
I more advantages than the people The following Is by Mrs. E. M. AL.HOSWH of NW of SKVt I hv certificate Nos. 478 and 382 of such corporation did on the 13th day thli 1st. of plaintiff, : and: :thin f''IIPM: 'i.Him i..
day
I 1930 and H"I..e In the .
1934 and nf December mate Ki
,J>>aUon of other nation on earth, we See. 25 Tp. 5 S. Ft. 22 E., containing rep..t".ly. represent D.c..mb.r. A. r>. 1938 Cause to ""I "
any Thomas: I Inp..ld the years he In the office of perMonal pro<','" ui> t .
w.Mcb : 10 acref*. more or I.... tied of the Sec (OFFICIAL SEAL) '
: Jr all blessings 1929 to 1934 both Inclusive, amount .. State would .perMonallv hnul1 0,1..nt. .
have discounted: our 4 sweet potatoes The taxes to be Hold are jvldenced of the Stale of Flor A. J, THOMAS ;
'!:bQ g oti; bv certificate No.. 2A6 and 788 of ing tn 1 2.68.ALRO I ida, a Consent of all the Clerk IT 1.H UUHRHKI'' "r. ;'h.
and wail problems of
to over 110..khold"Ill Circuit
2 salt Court
of
weep teaspoons Lot .1, 4 fenflant,
1932 and 1933 : of nik 1 Temples under the provision. said. Marjorle llot\.i ape[)
and
n I that our forefathers would have >/4 teaspoon paprika unpaid respectively taxes for the represent Add. tn Ktarke Sec. 28 Tp. Chapter 10/96. Law of Florida 12-2-5t-12-30.Bradford County Florida. the bill of complant .n 'ill., lhd
k" at.-t1,1', years 6 H. R. 1<). ,
Act of 1925 February, 1939, othputid,
Showing the
tn 2
1931 1039. dIH.olulon
their both Inclusive

off amountIng
grunted
laughed or way 4 -
pork chopsTwothirds .
'tm. 4ftvt.IrnI \ to 133.9. The t..x. to ba sold are .vld..nc.d of auch corporation, and th* pro confenno will lit cnt.M'J 8t.
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.\ Jirough. cup boiling water ALSO: SW14 of NE<4 of SEVi by certificate Nos. 605 .nd of State 1 II .atlsfled that NOTH'K OP JPPI.K'\TIOV I her for her failure. to appearthlN

Like email children, we have Para sweet potatoes, add salt fl.". 25 Tp 6 S. R. 22 E.. containing 1930 and 1933 respectively and represent the requirement of law have been POIl T\X I KIOI: order be publlHheri < i rt .
:'::' .a1\t1, 10 Acres, lean. unpaid taxea for th* yearn complied with.IN (Senate Hill Nn. IA.1t I week for four con.ecutU''' w..k]
./* r rT' been listening to stories of orgies and place In bottom of a small The taxes. to be aold more are evidenced or 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive, amountIng WITNESS R hav* NOTICE M HEfEBY GIVEN That the Bradford C'ounty TrleKriinewspaper ,

and until we by certificate 8171.45. hereunto net my band and D. E. L. Knight of Renrral ilrculipubllahed ,
mn giants bugaboos roasting pan. Wipe pork chops Nos. 134 and 787 of FtaIv af
lWmlt' 1928 and 1933 ALSO: Lota. I I. of Blk 2 Temples fixed the Oreat Seal of of holders of Tax Number In Bradford i'Mints I t.
have developed dangers and fears and place on top of the potatoes. I unpaid renpectlvely taxes for ,the and represent Addition to Starke, S..". 28 Florida, at Tallahassee. the Capital. ed respectively. C.rlltlcat.1... September Ida.

oSS"W "*!l that are unwarranted. The knock Place pan uncovered on top shelf' 1927 to 1934 both Inclusive amountIng yearn- Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E., this the 13th day of December A. D. 7. 136. 98 Issued September 7, WITNESS my hand .aid ofl
I far* bt to 159.ai. Th* taxe* to ht void are evidenced 1938. August. 7. 1933, 198.1"I13uln Heal of eald Court I thi"> N'cteiSOth "

i ,4u11Y trfr J.I' J.. that our forefathers recognized as"Opportunity's of a hot oven In order to brown the ALSO. : W14 of NE4 of NVVV4\ by certificate Nos. 506 and 1180 of (SEAL) 2. 1934. 1219 IsHiied August 138.O"'FICIAI..

', ," we crlnglngly attribute chops. Brown on one aide and turn Sec. '27 Tp. S H. It. 22 E. containing 1930. and 13 respectively, and rep n. A. OnA Y. 7. 2/7/ of 253 Issued July ( SBAUl
%I' M ta* : resent taxea for the 4. filed same In A. J. THOMAS.
20 Acrea. y.ar. Secretary of State. my office
lesn.The
more
wiilllL.- : to the "Wolf. them over and brown on other side. taxes to he sold are evidenced or" 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive. amountIng made application for tax Clerk of Clnin'' ''our

| Political aspirants, sensing our Sprinkle with salt and paprika and by certificate No. 815 of 1933, andpr.H..nt to 1103 04. d..d to be Issued thereon. Said Cer Bradford (rVuim' l'l.ld
r ALSO: Lota 4, 5 of Rlk 1 Tern- NOTIC,! OV APPI.K'ATIOV tificate* respectively embrace T. FRANK i.Asnnr.MAttorney
; changed mental attitude, have attempted add the boiling water Cover and unpaid taxes for the yeara plea Addition to Starke, Sec. T X ttKKtt: following described properties the In for Plaintiff i

i to turn it to their advantage bake until potatoes are tender. ,1932 tn to 111.87.ALSO 193A. .both Inclusive, amounting Tp. 6 S. R. 22 R.. 2 NOTICE( enate Hill No. tf > the County of, Bradford, State of 12-9-51-1-6.
IS HEREBY "
The taxes to he sold are evidenced GIVEN That Florida to-wlt:
by amplifying these Imaginary Baste frequently. : Ht'* of SWVJ of NWVJ bv certificate Noa. 607 and 1181 of E. E. Austin holder of Tax Cert If I* Said Certificate No. 96.
em rellevf*
1 dangers painting word pictures & WI"' of KK'4 of NW>4 Sec. 10 1930 .and 1933 and cate* Numbered respectively. 760 Is. braces. Sm'th..t' .
respectively of
: Tu.' it. It. 22 E.. 40 r.p- sued. QI..I.r
August 7, 1933 and COLDJ
resent 70
conlalnlnl unpaid taxeH for the Issued NO'lh..llllt .
of clouds so black that we'velost Acres. more or I. .. 1929 to 1939. both year September 7. 1936, hall filed .. In Quarter of llar..1' Norlh.a..t
amountIng
: 't I all thought! of a possible silver Sweet PoUitoea, Southern Stylo The taxes. to be. sold are evidenced Inclu..le. my office and ba* made application.m. Section 20 Township. 6 Quarter I. 666 tint fir
; Ilf.2.
by certificate Nos. 273 and for "ultb.
919 of 1, Frac'l lllk tax deed to be Issued. thereon. Range 22 East, !
v 80Snld Headache
lining 1931 and 19.11 respectively and represent 6 ; : Said c.rlltlcat.* Acres, less."lalnln&
d respectively more
tn or
Mrs. A. :J Wilkinson also sent usa : Starke .m-I and
unpaid I taxes for the IIOo. braces .
years following
Headline writers playing on our recipe that we're eager to try i 19.10 to 1419, hnth Inclusive I I amounting Th H.c.* taxen 28 to be H... E.evidenced, erties I In the County.of braces (erttl.al... No.Qtmrter 98, em Liquid Tablet In .10 siln""

emotions scream at us through tn : by State of Florida. to-wlt; rlteraJro. Southwest Quarter of Salve, No* llrops tfu* <. ll/l lIJalment .
$78.0 certificate Noa. 510 and Went of
whenyou're of
and w. Know will be too Pub
> you 1181
: ; of HE' & NWHof 19,10 and 191.1 Certlfloate No. 760 lic Road Section 21 .
ecareheads that leave half ,
''i.I'i.. us par- read it. This recipe like the 813'4 Hec. 1 Tp. R. 22 E., resent. unpaid r""I..ct".ly the vears rep West 6 Acres nf South.mb. of I /outh. Range 22 East Township< 8

alized with fear. Over the radio one Is above la most appropriate containing less.. Acres, more or 1929 to 1934 both Inclusive. amountIng east Southwest. Quarter Quarter A of North InO. Acre, more or ...'oll..ln-. Try "Bub-lWy-TliBin"-\
to I'.t t 14 Acrea of Certificate
I business leaders. labor leaders, polllicul for Rrari/m'rl County because It is The taxes. tn he sold. are evidenced .r_.,*2.06., __ Month H lf nt Snuth..... /->.--_ lirui.tfu.. Lnh. a. Nn.._" 1195>.._ .em-. _
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enters ana run-oi- by certificate NUN. 176 V'K f Ter.p'eH ter of <'' 10
ordinary made with none other than our and 814 of tn Starke, Northwest Quarter Sec T.mpl.1 Addltlnn tn Ktnrke In Do Bladder.
: 1131 and 11)35) r..I..lv.ly.. and represent A Adlllnn. 2 tion 24 Township B South, >:<,, of NWK &
Tp. E. Part fit
the-mlll calamity howlers warn us 2 22 IanKe W'd nf Irritation Wake YOB'
sweet unpaid East >
own potato. the years The taxes he are evidenced containing 19 NE o West. nf Railway. A NH
: of this or that terrible something I It30! to 193'!*, both Inclusive, amounting .ol more or Corner of '
3 cups boiled mashed sweet potatoes by certificate Nos. and 1187 of SK'4 of NWHt Section I. not normal li' "'
that may happen to us. to II 14.6.. 19.10 and 1913 resi>.,Ively. and rep Certificate Nn 70, embrace* 28 Township ((1 South. Range. 23 In : AHIC/\i': I'',''j
AI.KO Northwest "DAN'H:1
: K'-i of NWII of awi/i resent unpaid taxea. for the years. QUlrt..r of North Kant..Said: I "u'hu l ,J

On several occasions in the natlon's >;i cup milk or cream A WIJ of NKl-i Sec. 1 1929 to 19.14.: both Inclusive, amountIng east of Southwest Certificate Nn. 400 em oil and 6 othei, di, "i>. 0"'
Tp. A R It. 82 K., Quarter & West 8' 'Acres of braces Lot 14 nf Blnck Id
conl..lnlnl tn 810 95. { 29, I'"k. Kreen tnhletH tl< I li, >I. "' :i
!have faced \ 3 butter Northeast
history we problems tablespoons Acres, more or less.The ALSO Quarter Northeast Addition to Starke '
: I-nts 6, 7 of nik 7 Temples Section fluHh out excitf.n t "

and difficulties far more seri 1 teaspoon salt tIX. .. to be sold are .vhl.ne..cl Addition. to Htarke Hec. Hcctlon Quarter nf Southwest. Qtmrter Township 6 South, Itange 2 waHte. which "I'lin < i '"j
liy certificate NOR. 334 and 937 of 24 Township 5 South, East.Said. 2
2X Tp. A S. R. 23 E, tion In I'' "i '
rcvultlnK .
: Ret '
ous and trying than anything we U teaspoon pepper 1932 and 193.1 Range, 2J East, '
r..p..llv"ly. and represent The taxes. to b* sold are .. containing 14 Certificate Nn. 1219 em freritient or tcniuv fl' \ ""
know today. Panics unemployment "a cup pecan meats unpaid taxes for the years hv certificate No... 355 and evidenced 1186 of The Acres more or I..... braces Lots. 1.1, 14 of Hlock 3P..kH backa.he. Afk .inx I' ,.'"'"IBukelo.
19.11 to 1999. both Inclusive assessment of th* said. Addition
civil war, strikes and whatnot Dash of cinnamon tn 191.31. amountIng resent 1931 and 11 rHp"clv..ly.. the And 1'1- erty under enld. Certificate No.prop 780 nf 9th, Street In to NWV4 Htarke of North NW'4' In 4. days Vour. lc"25., ..ilb li.i" I i.. .i ied > ,>"I"

and in Marshmiillows ALSOKWj: of WK, of NWM ".a was In the nf Rosa. L. Hannon Section 28
-- every case our courage : lil.TO to 19.19 both Inclusive, amountIng and the nar.. Township 6 South, HruM'[ Htore.
12 Tp. H. II. 22 K. assessment ot the
R. containing said
to 831.18.
faith, common sense and industry Half fill a greased baking dish f Acres, less.The under said ;
more or
Property No.
( ALNO: N 10 5 In., of Lot C.rlfJol.
have enabled us to over with potato mixture; cover with a taxes to h. sohl are evidenced' 5 A All Lots 6, f.of nik 9 Tem In the name le..va !
FUNERAL
bv ,' .. Hannnn.Cnless DIRECTOR
come them and march on to greater layer of marshmallows. Cover .rltl.'I.' .13 and H.18 oflino ples. Addition to fttarke. Hec. I: .. .said, certificates

victory.In with remaining potato mixture and unpaid r"Hp"'lv..ly. ale represent .. 'Tp.1'h.6 tnxes H II.tn 23 tie E.nr M are" evidenced 2 redeemed.. ac"nrdlnO to .hal, the. My Many Venn Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Bender I

the hearts of millions ot top with mar hma1lows. Bake In IOU to tn SM3 ID3t..!42.both Inclusive' amounting bv cerllfloste Nos. ,B12, 1183 and 176 solil properties: to the highest I ther bidder n 11 the be EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE j
of 1930, 1933 and
Americans those same winning moderate oven ((350 degrees) ten R.I Wi: /:'.H.nt.: nL of HW'4 and represent unpnM 101R .r..p."I".ly.
qualities still exist. Only for a minutes or until just heated thor 12 R contain years 1 1129! to 14jn: both Inclusive Ih., which Is the 2nd January 1939
ing 20 of
Acres more I".H.Th" day January
nr ","olloln" tn 1248.51. A. D. 1934. PROMPT AND COURTEOUS AMBULANCE SERVICI
brief have allowed tear
period we oughly. taxes to lie
nre

and mass hysteria to drive them ----. \\iv 1928...rltt..t.. .01. .1 and."lel.n..d 939: of 11.AI.IO. 13: ,Hlk 14. 15 13 of* l.ntH lllk 14 R. Tem 4. JO, ber Tinted A. I>.this 19.18.2lt.. clay of Nov.m-I I DAY PHONE 1 NIGHT PHONE 13

Into the background to slow the respectively. and renrenent ples Addition tn Htarke, Hec. (OFFICIAL SEAL)
taxes for the 2
unl,11 Tp 8 H. R. 23 .
Card of Thanks to :)[ Inclusive y.ar ., A. J. THo rA8. I I DeWITT C.
wheels of our progress and ad 12 amount The taxes. to he sold. are evidenced Clerk of Circuit Court JONES
tn 152.18. nf
vancement. We wish to express our appreciation InJ ALHOW', '<, of NW'I of SWV8rr. bv 19.10 certificate and 1933. Nos.. CIS and 1192 of 11-25-51-12-23 Bradford County ...Iorld. Starke, Florid

This la mighty good time for for the expressions of sympathy 12 Tl> 8 H. n contain. resent unpaid rHII".llv.ly....xu for the and years rep -

and for the flowers sent InK 2o Acres, or less.. 1929 to 1939, botb Inclusive, -- -
to count
every American stop and taxes to he sold are evidenced to amountIng OltUKft Of PI nf.ltTI<'" AM .

his change. We today enjoy advantages .> during our recent bereavement b.v certificate Nos. 195 and 940 of f/O'Ha.3.A : .. 5, 8, 7 of Blk To "o..e.: TO. APPKtlt 1
Mrs. F. Fender and 1927 and 1933 respectively and r.p.r..nt 27 Addition and Robert
and opportunities so family. Temples to Starke, Bnchraeh If and If
unpaid taxea for the dead the SPECIALYOUR
y.ar. Heo. 28 Tp. R. Ivln&
great as to be beyond the comprehension I92B to I9.1H', both Ineu.IY. amountIng Th* taxes tn t. 2 P. evidenced said helrit, grantees nf
to 154.37.Af.su bv p..on., and .all partle* claimIng -
of countless millions In Births certificate Nos R21 and 1207 of .. ..
E> said
or of 1910 and 19.13 .nd.r l.nry
other landa. We who burden ourselves flee 12 Tp. 6 8. R. "WII SR\ respectively and rep- Friedman and Robert ,
rexent ..
unpaid CAR FOR
fnr LUBRICATED
and Mr. and Mrs. James Patray Ing 10 Acres.more :. 1 1934 to 1919 both the year ceased or otherwise. in and to the 35
with fear self-pity, :
,
amountIng
Inclu.lv. property hereinafter
Starke, boy, December 12. The taxes to be sold evidenced tn 875.74ALHO d..rlb.'I' :

possess blessings that the rest of Mr and Mrs. Clyde Starling bv l! certificate and 1933 Nun .118 and and 941 of : Plk.. 2' Ex. Lot 14. nolt.You. and that each H. of B.you are hereby has GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD

the world has long vlstoned with lin respectively rep Peek. Addition tn Htarke In hi* sworn Bill Whl..h.ad
Lawtey, boy December 13. unpaid taxea for the years NWS nf '
NW'4 N of !9th") St. against
Sec. '
envy.What Mr. and Mrs. John A. North. 19JI( to ill*, both Inclusive, amount ZS Tp. S. fC22 B Eighth Judicial you a* Circuit a8 'rtln; the TO PAYSmith's

have we to view with &to "3.19.ALSO Th* taxes tn be sol'l 1 are evidenced for Bradford County and
Maxville boy, December 13. : WKj' of EV4 of 0' by certificate Nos. 346 Florida. In
alarm. In comparison with the peoples -.- SWi-4 Hi>c. 12 Tp. t 8. SE1. B., 1917 and 1933 and and 1211 of -1 rrn'a for certain the purpose of f ora

of any other country? With containing- AcreH., more orleu resent unpaid r""p.clv..ly.the year rep A. M. Ray. and wlf* mortgage to J'aul from '

whom would we consider changing The total value of Florida agricultural *. 1426 to 1934. both. Inclusive, amountIng ers, Inc., recorded In Broth Garage
The taxe* to h* nolil are evidenced tn 81392AI (look 6 Mortgage
places? Have we any problems today products in 1936 was more bv certificate No.. Ht and 842 ot O-: All (03 Lots) Blk., 30 Record on of said page. County 1S6 of the Public

that might: justly be termed than*176,000.000 of which fruits 1939 and 19.11 r..dl".ly. and -rprenent Peeks Addition to Htark In Ing the described encumber* -
unpaid tax** for the yearn NWV, nf NWI4 N of tolowlnl prop
and :
: vegetables contributed J87.- St.
9th. ,
"beyond the solution of a sane, ', 1028 to 1939 both IncluKlve, amount'in Sec. 28 Tp. 6 8 R. 22 K. el'I.N and of SE'/i.' f .
333.898. tn |21.89AI.HO The taxes to he sold : NE'/' N RI Sec
peaceful determined, industrious & are evidenced I of SEU. NV
: of 8W(4( of NEW': by certificate of
JW' Nos. 817 and SKi of NWW ami
1212 of
; people ?"' Hec. 18 It. 22 K. contain'Inff 1027 and 19.1.1 and 8W1.. SWH of Wot Ih.'WI U, Bronchial Coughs
r..p..lv..ly. rep See.
r. True we live in a troubled beginning to earn a profit, pessimists 10 Acrert more or lee*. resent. unpaid the years 13: 8ft, 8S Of NEVi, Klfc of
Ttie taxe to ba old 192(1(
ar*
.vl.l.nc. to both Inclusive of Sec. 23
:t world; we face certain internal and are falling to the rear and bv certificate No.. 283 and flOU ot 'I Ing 119.. I2( amount h17 South, Range; 12J"FrtV:

,,;' International problems. But worrying optimists are beginning to crawl 1A.1t anri 19:14: r..pe..tv.ly.. and represent ALNOl Lots >| B. C. n. of Blk., Bradford County, ;

out of their holes.If unpaid the year. 2 Wvnna. Ad'tltlon to Starke, See. And It appearing by said BUI Need )
\ ) i fretting crying and groanIng 1930 tn I 19:19.: both IncluKlve. amountIn U Tp. 8. R 2 B Complaint that the residences of of Creomulsio?

f ''T' won't get us anywhere. Thing the nation has much to be otn .24.' Th* taxea tn; b. 01,{ are evidenced .aid parties are unknown and that .

are getting better, gray skies are thankful for and much to look. for Acre AI.HO' .* In: N SR'4 h('\>r of A fix.NKH':Knad Kx.Mec.e by represent certificate. unpaid No taxe 403* fnr of the 1934. and years you are. IT each IS THEREUPON over the age of 21 just a common cough, a chest ingredient* 8 tat noW m of.geu"-.--

turning blue. Business the country ward"to' right now Florida has it Tp. H H H. 22 K.. eontalnlnl 14J1 to In.hl.lve. amount Y""I ED that you appear to ORDER the Bill cold or a bronchial Irritation ot to slon you get a dose ,
31 ArreM. more or ICMH.The ing to therein the Rule lead to serious trouble Beechwood Creosote whlc
Day In
over la "perking up" and business MOKK, for Florida enjoys blessings taxen to be vnlil are evidenced ALSO:::9.1.'rf of 8W'4' tn-wlt: January 2, 1939, .and January that morrow. They may be relieved now able and may be taken frquenty.

men are looking foiward con and advantages above those by .erlrl.'at. No 864 of 19.13, and Heo. .1 I REV, contain you thereafter answer. Bill wit CreomUlon. an emulsified by both adults and cnttCreomulslon

fldently to better days of her sister mates just as America r.pr."t Inp..ld taxe* fnr the year* ing 20 Acre*, m.r. 1. I.H... of Complaint or file .al plead to take. is one prepaBtn,
19:12: 1939 both Inclusive, amountnir The taxe* tn he sold 'ar* ing therein, aa required Creomulslon is 'oftetU.
by
Call It what you will-inflation, holds an enviable position tn |H3.DO.AfyHr by c.rlflc.t. Nos. 38 .vldencee otherwise decree pro confetso law.will bination designed a to medicinal aid cm. that goes t the very and
)- All HW4 nf SWM F 19.11 b* entered against bjetohelpjoos
artificial prosperity or whatnot- among nations. Public. Koitd Exrept About o 6 unpaid t.p.et".ly,the and r.pr..nt AND IT 13 FURTHER you : ORDEREDIIE oothlnff and healing Infected mu Wen Clgh 'tlden

It's a something that has greased The coming winter season should j Ai-ren In WH ror Al NWfe oti t93010 1914 both. Inclusive'tnI amount year cu membraes by allaying Irl- cld ad bronchia trublesU.
the i HWt4 H of Road 2 A.. In ing to $48.10. g
bearings of and Is be ,!
Industry the in
greatest cldang
our history. comn
1 NE Cor A 1 A on Wet Sid ALSOBB"4, Of NEVl Of flW4? | aiding in loosening and expelling dg
causing them to move faster. Florida business and Industry Hec. 21 Tp. 3. It. 33 K., Coii- Sec., 8 Tp. 7 H. R. 22 E., contain r1''TO'ER'LIGHT Pt.ORlUA COl phlegm. Cmulon and I lOt

Workers are being Industrial tlnln&; 47 1..1'.., more or le*.*.. ing 10 Acres/ more or Tha Medical us a
re-employed. should
have II" Profession
prosper as they never I i i'clone 1 t.x.... t.. Hold ar* evidenced. The taxes tob soldi loeol IMS) wfc. .. has for DMblAllCXA **4V**> te rle
production ta approaching'' before But It'. up to us as \indlvlduals. 1 by certificate No. 295 and 9S of br certificate No* 399 are and evidenced 1360 of !. *btafal g .Jtl generations recognized the benefi the druggist I t U.on*
19.11 and 1933 ]*> y*. Uo.s wfrtns. cial effect of Beech wood Creosote Creomulston ?,.
and in
normal. Rents are getting Lets quit i r..p."U".ly. rep- 1931 and 1833 respectively. and rap- ; your money.
( unpaid taxe* for the R.a.l.DettMll the treatment of coughs chest for it s *.
r..nt yeara resent unpaid tax** for the yeara colds, word, P'a'n'/ muW''
deals are going\ over hlgher'l and start GRUNTING GROANING\]\ 19.19, both tnclunlve and a '
19010 amount- 1930 to 1939. botb Inclusive, amountj j .. brnctlllttlons. A special th* bo ..Mcitha
getting a better price, I what happens. \\1 1244.36.AUiO Ing tn 110.77. O. J. PHILLIPS Lawter w a chem ne u'n the gnuinea (

: All. NW 4 of 8EK mot ALSO. : Wh of NW4* of SW ist, tot blending Creosote with other J1 11 .




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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I


Lrgrapt I

.-' STAnKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER: 16, 19S8 4 i,


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NUMBER FIFTY'
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!I !tEN IN LONDON !r MURPHY LAW




N:, ".+r I EXPIRES .,.



I JUNE 9TH r



Clerk Sees Danger Of

Ii,' Property Going

To State
v
1"

j Fear that title to much valuable p

r. property In Bradford County will
revert to the State of Florida to be
sold later at auction by trusteesof
II r the Internal Improvement Fund,

1.C 1. was expressed this week by the
Clerk of the Circuit Court A. J.
I' Thomas

: "Property owners have only five
i'I1 ) more months in which to take ad-
from Sudeten Germany and vantage of the Murphy Act. Mr.

I they arrived In London, where Thomaa Bald. 'The law expires on
red for them. Moat of them aie June 9, which will be the date of ;
the last sale and If :;.
trents have!\ gone to other shelters very many :
-- property owners postpone their applications "
until the last minute it '

OLD HO ]EChanges will be physically impossible to "
I handle them all by the deadline. h

"I feel It la my duty to warn i ;'
property owners of the danger of '
waiting too late to file applications 't,
under the Murphy law" Mr.

y t OWNERSHIP\ Thomas said "There \In no advantage -

I In waiting any longer as
Ord .J' b 1! _.._- -- thorn who apply now may settle
their 1939 tuxes and this la the
'
'. I !lrs. Darby Purchases
ultimate benefit that mny be deriv-
Trubu/ Place On ed from the law."Certificates .I''
are still outstanding ;j'''
Cherry St. '
on some very valuable land In
this county and I sincerely urge
The J, M. Truby home on Chory ""'
to check :
all\ property owners up
of the oldest Starke
St., one in ,
in order to
these mutters
. on pre-
;:hanged ownership last week be- vent title reverting to the Stateof
I ng purchased by Mrs. A. M. Dnrly Florida, after which they will
from Mr. and Mrs. J W. Kil-
1 lose forever all right of redemption -
I i ian of Waynesvllle, N, C., on-in- "
o the clerk said
of the late Mr.
aw and daughter "Although the Murphy Act does

fruby not expire until June 9. three a
\vo The large two-story house, built weeks'are required for advertising
'ifty-three yearn ago In the days certificates to be sold at auction

then Cherry St. was called Penn. I' so In reality, time Is even shorter
rylvttnla Ave., la still in good con- than the five months mentioned
& i
lltlon, beingbuilt of heart lumber, above. We anticipate a last min-
he quality of which cannot be du-I ute rush and, much as we would
illcated today. I like to accomodate everyone It
Mr. and Mrs. Truby were among I will b" absolutely impossible to do
he early residents of Starke. Com- so If' too many wait until the last .1 l
ng here to engage in orange pro- few weeks to file their applications ,
I
lurtion, Mr. Truby turned to other ," Mr. Thomas said.
ictlvltleR following\ the big freeze The Murphy Act applies to all
j >f the 80's. He was a partner In lands on which tnx certificates for
fruby-Sternberg & Co.. which bus- 1934 and prior years are outstand-
ness, now defunct was probably ing:, It these lands are not redeemed -
.he closest Stiiike ever came to a under the Act before June 9.
/'eel department store Unofficial'' title automatically becomes vestedIn
I lIolIon: of this emporium was "ev- the State of Florida and the a
jrythlng from the cradle to the I Ii'rllve' lands will be sold 1 by trustees of
and, living up to Ita title, |I'the Internal Improvement Fund. e
t boasted everything from Infants Owners lose all right to redemption
H, wear to an undertaking depart.I Imerit. In this case.

Luter Mr. Truby became one "I am afraid that some of our
if SIll rke's most successful growers I property owners do not understandthe

f ,. and shippers, specializing In seriousness of the consequences
,..
.
itrawberrles. I of not taking advantage of this
Including in lost week's transaction law," Mr Thomas said. "It is a
walt the house and property golden opportunity for the taxpayer .
.
running clear through from Cherryto to settle his delinquent, and \ t
Church St A small lot, on also current taxes, at a fraction I I
,which stood Mr. Trilby's small office of their face value and I will be
,. I building und lying north of the glad to explain Its operation to
II portion sold! was retained and the anyone who does not fully under- I

s I :Dfflco: In bolng1 converted into a stund It," he concluded. '.
small bungalow to be occupied by i --
Joe Truby.A ep
W. T. TURNER
J
new roof Is being put on and .
other repairs will be made before DIESW .
Mrs. Darby and family move Into a
j their new home around the first T. Turner, 87, died Tues-
of January day In Live Oak at the home of hl.i

-----. daughter, Mrs. Joe Dowling, wherehe
had been staying for the past
Chief Issues Warning
several weeks. '
'' T Chief of Police A. L. Alvarez He native of but
; r seiertea itsi' uturn vueuia >u Meter n ---- --- was a Georgia
shoot I -s-Iojing; ; p hysfcafa am? retunt"'m8rch.-Thls the official beginning'phenOmefM1marks of the (lank Pays Dividend thla county. The coats, the majority tic Manager of the Seaboard, s mid. yesterday Issued a warning that had lived in this county for the

Inatlon of pupils, library books wanter Called by scientiststhe Falling In with the spirit of for men, were of good qualityand that this represents a 25 perc ent I 'the shooting of firecrackers on the past twenty-five or thirty years.
aVailable for each classroom, allot "winter season.solstice, yesterdaywas Christmas, the Florida Bank at attractive appearance. The I decrease from the present rate of city streets: la a violation of the Before coming here he also lived
ment of county or district fundsfor also the shortest day of the Starke paid its first dividend of lucky ones to whom< they were presented 20 per mile. The rates will go law and stated that anyone perIffs for some time In Lake City
library books, and cleanlinessof that we one percent to stockholders as of were chosen1 by the state Into effect as soon as new tar/ fisting In this practice will be subject Besides his widow, Mrs. Mary
Weathermen predict
classrooms, corridors, and lavatories year. I 21. welfare office can be complied. to a fine. Turner, he is survived by four eons.
will have a mild Christmas. Dec _
More than' 100 facts are T --
Y---- I' Roan J. Turner of New River, J.
reported concerning teachers, 0 Turner of Macon Go... R. V.
buildings, equipment, and administration Turner of Starke, and Wm. Tur-
of the school.Itecommendattone I "A CHRISTMAS CAROL" CHARLES DICKENS I II ner of Cordele, Ga.; and two
for school ImProvements daughters, Mrs. Mamie Britt of
based upon the annual'' Jacksonville, and Mrs. Ola Rut- i:
reports and visits to the schools I I 'ledge" of Brooksvllie. .
Ire made annually by the state department l 1iL : i Funeral services were held Wednesday -

> 'JF afternoon at four o'clock I I
-tLeaslon- j I I IF e I from, the Wilson Funeral Home In I

Tyler \ + Lake City, and burial was In the
Lenston .1r 4e cemetery there Dr. Halatead, pas-
son I
Tyler, 17-year-old
i tor of the Lake
Of Mr and Mrs. Willie Tyler of rr rO + | City Baptist
: Church, officiated.Pall .
Brooker died Thursday Dec. 15: ,
In J vss'r bearers were A. O. Andreu, '
nlle J St Luke's Hospital In Jackson- Ar t s L F A. J. Thomas, E. W. Hayes, Freeman -
where confined
for he had been I Register. K. K. Perrymun.
several days. He was a pop-| _
AMY 'and C A. Knight
I
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tier boy and faithful r _
had been a .
number .if the Brookcr Missionary ? Yi 1 -
1 1I
Baptist I Church for several years. Get Essay Prizes

Besides his parents, the youth ISI Velma Norman and Ida LtiFa.
rvlvpd by four sisters, Mrs. Eva (, r I I Davis R. H. S. students, won first 'I t
Thomas of Lake Butler, and ( and second prizes of $5 and $3 respectively -

't1a.ea' Tommy, Connie, and Betty I I for Bradford County In ; u
Wn! all of Brooker; five broth- 1 and the snow-filled Scrooge's: ) nephew, Fred, wishes him a Scrooge then goes to his dreary home, For the knocker has ceased to he a I an essay contest on the subject
Is Christmas Eve in which knocker It has turned Into human head. i
era. Fate It "Humbug! shouts his rooms being the very same A
Christmas. of
and of PaL In Merry "What Sugar Production Means
Bryant Tyler with people.
"tka, !' London streets are merry sends Fred packing when the his partner, Old Marley lived before he And what a head! Dismal, jaundiced, with iJ
ex and of the Scrooge: ; to Florida. The
Tyler of Old Scrooge awards
Pompano sits were
Noah his counting house latter mentions that he hopes to marry died full seven Christmas Eves ago. The spectacles upon its ghostly forehead! The I
)' and Henry Tyler of Brooker. firm of Scrooge and Harley Marley for Is his sweetheart, Bees, when he can affordto. candle he lights!: throws Its wavering dull persistence of Its eyes makes Scrooge made by the United States Sugar t'
+nernl 1 services were held at dead and dead as a doornail has been then displays his "kindliness" flickering gleam on the great brass recognize the head at once. "MARLEY Corporation. Third prize of $2
sedan Is Scrooge '
Cemetery Saturday after even years. gutooymuch Scrooge he has long by discharging his clerk Bob CratchIL knocker hanging on the door. And he cries--and even as he stares, the head I for this county was won by Marjorie :
IIoon with the Rev. Mr. Norris of'ICro6Ae might be sayl for all human Having thus expressed his goodwill!: to- Scrooge, happening to glance at the I becomes a knocker again. Thompson, student in the
frosen from his heart knocker la rooted iu his tracks. (Continued on Page Six)
officiating. Interment since ward mankind, goes for his lonely dinner. Lawtey Junior High.
" ID Dedan Cemetery. warmth and kindness. r





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l All of the owners have .
prices. in
I Tampa bu
made a careful study of women'sand r here almost retul11lto bl,
br
1 1N' KCCtf INTRODUCTIONSARE children's wear, the gift field son Eddie Is fver! 11 W6ek'ell4
ik:4: and have taken courses in floral and baa 'killed cr

I'AtiE FOUR u_ __ _ _ _ work. excellent won w,,.,"I rn11-. :\..Prit _t"

IN ORDER Dlnkln and give him a warm wel- -has been in -national'",V" .!',,t5l, ".Iflib,v._
iIl miegrapIEstablished W. H. HART- manager and
repairs ,,, an
Bradford
County community. i" ''II',, ,
fAGE come to our of the Hart Furniture Co. here lh ,\
I II i : I
1877 for the past twelve yearn; was oTnoaoVGREETING: -! I ,:,
IF YOU LIVE IN
STARKE YOU KNOW THESE FOLKS, R. J. DAVIS-Bon of S. R. Davis born in Surrency, Ga., and Is a

S ? AAEAYBE.R.PuOlished ,. '-' BUT IF YOU LIVE IN SURROUNDING TOWNS OR grandson of W. E. Davis nephew of T. S. Hart founder of

I F RURAL AREAS, ALLOW US TO INTRODUCE among the earliest business men the Company. He reports excel-.
PRESS of Starke; was born In Starke and
fr1LoRrnA lent business In regular linen as
TilE PLEASANT PEOPLE WITII WHOM &
ASSOQA1ON\ with Swift :
spent many years
well as gift Items and will be very
ot4L'a.td ; YOU WILL DO BUSINESS IN Co. In Jacksonville; later returnedto pleased to make new customersand

- STARKE TillS CHRISTMAS the old home town where he friends throughout this trade
-- -
Lg_ --- --- -
[ & .. Weekly on Fridayslind Entered as Second CI eventually) opened Western Auto area.
Associate Store In July 1937-a

$ Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida MRS. E. E. CANOVA-proprietor 1911, Mr. Stump coming from New need that had long been felt in J. I SILCOX-Is the efficient ,

_ -- ---- of Marguerite's Shoppe, which York and his not only dealing *
City
-- -- wife from Am- this trade area; manager of the Starke Coca Cola !

E. L. Matthews_____________ ___________Editor and Ow"SUBSCIUPTIONRATE" she has owned and managed for herst, Va. Mr. Stump la now in auto accessories but in house- Bottling Co.; be reports a steady I
the past fourteen years; Is a native and wheel elec-
-- -- -- postmaster baa left the man- hold appliances. toys, increase in the number of Coca
_ 1 HOME || of Starke and the only woman agement of the business largely in trical goods, etc.. this store makes Cola sales every year. and last

NEED f Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance in town to manage a business the capable hands of his wife. Christmas shopping an easy task. year was presented a Bronze Bot-
single-handed. Of Mrs. Ca-
: :TOR course tle signifying capita consumption -
ijlf Advertising Rates on Application per
knows in
nova Starke
been
everyone HATFIELD-has
B. E.
< N STERNBERG came to : of CO Coca Colas annually for
Agrees BY WAY OF EXPLANATIONTo but she would like to make the Starke twenty-seven years ago to manager of Alexander's, popular the 18.000 people In his territory-

the, ion ; acquaintance of people from surrounding "learn the mercantile business"' ; men's and ladles' furnishing store just short of a million bottles! Mr. And Best Wishet I
&sting those of our readers who might wonder at the slimr towns when they come has been here ever since and says since May; was born in Dahlonega Silcox Is proud, of his record since

of the regular section of the Telegraph this week, we has here to shop. he Is still learning every day; he Ga., and came here from, Marietta, Becoming manager of the plant 18 From the

ly borne j j'' So much of time Is the town's stand-by when It Ga.; baa been in the mercantile and thanks the peopleof
to offer a word of explanation : our was c years ago HOME\ OP'
Icharactcfi J. :M. ALVAREZ-owner of comes to entertainment and is always business since age of fourteen en- his territory for their wonderful MOD; FOO

'i (far too W sumed in preparing and printing our annual Christmas Sh Starke's veteran business house; willing to give liberally of tering business for himself at patronage WHEN XM.: \$

vldered J ping Guide, which is included as a part of this issue, that his men's clothing store baa been his time and talents. His store is eighteen. He Is anxious to pleasethe IN KTILKE.KE SHOPPING. )

Of Impoiff j. forced to omit many of our regular features. If you doing business at the same stand well-known throughout this section people throughout this trade MR. AND :MRS. ALBERT CAFE loril MEKT1NO: OCR
were
f ,ty to put for the past forty-five years. Even for its good quality of mer area and you may be sure that he HARTMAN-came to Starke ten VU\CE: AT LI 'lint TBRYANT'S u:
/i ra.tlons | pected to see some particular feature or item of news in before then :Mr. Alvarez was em- chandise. will do so If you give him a chance.D. years ago from Rockfort, Ill., and

along h : paper this week and cannot find it, please forgive ua t ployed by his uncle in the mercantile for' several years Mr. Hartman a
K e4m ; '. business so you need have no B. JACOBS-came here nine P. CARPENTER-bought the skilled mechanic CAP
time and promise to be back next week with plenty operated a machine -
M Uome we fear of inexperience when you years ago from New Smyrna and drug store of the late J. M. :Mitch- shop here. He Is now em- STAUKE FL.\.

1 JFIorlday room for everything. We hope'you will give careful consk trade with him. opened his clothing store "next ell in 1938 after having been employed ployed by the American Can Co.,

several ,, ation to the advertising pages of the Shopping Guide I if door to the postoffice": was bornIn there as pharmacist since

method' local stores during the next week. J. B. CARLISLE-manager of Rumania but came to this 1913; was born in North Carolina -
of the | f patronize your the Bradford Hardware Co. since country in 1901 and served three but has lived in Starke since 1912;

_ ] BtablisKin its establishment here in 1932; years in the U. S. Army; after Is progressive and keeps his drug

I the Kwclpes member of the Rotary Club and "trying out" several Florida towns store on par with the most modem CARPENTER'STHE

,f iconv has never missed a day at the he came to Starke and opened his and attractive anywhere in the

I nl 1 nhousewb TOO LATE I FAVORITI store or a meeting of the club ladies' and men's) clothing store, country; a visit to Carpenter's is REXALL DRUG STORE

I ftcorresprfj 1 since their beginning; born in which was a success from the a delight for all visitors to Starke.

I 'i TO CLASSIFY RECIPES Ocala) ; was on the road as hard- start popular with people of this
er buslnj 1 ware salesman for twelve years be- county and surrounding countiesas MRS. JEANNETTE D. KIN- American Made Christmas Tw

:. By ItCSSELl.! KAY fore coming to Starke.L. well. CAID-Mrs. Clara Mae Hoppe, assorted colors and all blm"
Lights,
4, # Secretary. Florida Press A.... and C. C. Hoppe are the personable

uoug4 _ _ _ _ _ _ Pork Chop With Sweet Pota'Of trio will enjoy meeting and
A. :M. H. DINKIN here you
_ ; CANOVA-young proprietor -arrived Outdoor Tree Lights and extra bulb-
L R' .j Pointing to improved business course we are always i ito of the Canova Pharmacy since three months ago from St. Augus- knowing at the Clap-Jean Shoppe. of all kinds

L businesi conditions the country over Ben receive recipes for cakes 1923; born In Sanderson but has tine to manage the local Denmark AH three are former residents) of

1 ells wltt Wand editor of the Southern Lum- other desserts but It is also 1: lived practically his entire life in Furniture Co.; was born In Ohio, Tampa but were all well-known to r-:1:: Adrienne Toilet Sets

and that| ber Journal admonishes us to Starke; now serving second termas but has lived In St. Augustine for many in this community by the .
and start grunt every now and then, to get 1 member of the the twelve frequency of their visits before
ing moi; 9 "Quit groaning City Council; past years; has been Cara Nome Toilet Sets
Lot elrjj t' .i ing." ideas for good. wholesome it still likes to play tennis in spare with the Denmark Co. four years; moving here to enter business.

reeourv* 1 Which is just another way of dishes and other foods that i'I time away from his business.MR. Is young and enthusiastic over Their shop was opened here last i; Coty Toilet Sets

ent tadjon saying "Quit feeling sorry for yourself really "stick to the ribs." supplying the people of Bradford. May and the fact that it has .

wi* ', "r ; get down to work." For quite received two of this variety I : AND :MRS. F. P. STUMPin and surrounding counties with grown rapidly indicates that the Evening Bags with double Compai', '

deZh.1i 4+ a spell we Americans have been week which we gladly pass ain mercantile business here since good furniture. Drop In, meet Mr. I people of this trade area appreciate from $2.50Monogrammed
going around with our hair down, the belief that they will i I the type of merchandise and

crying on each other's shoulders. you new energy and pep dul (,-'e-eOeIeu.b.aad..n p,_.p is a,Saa,S _... service which has been made easily \ Stationery from 50c

wnaur l With greater comforts greater t'he cold days that are now v accessible to them right here in

IntefUt iwa freedom greater opportunity and us and those that lie just ahi We Send to You Our Starke. The extent of the success tChristmas Cards with Envelopes

_ _.ion r uI I more advantages than the people The following is by Mrs. E. hey: have enjoyed to date urges from Ic to lOc each
Ewhlcb 1l $ of any other nation on earth, we Thomas: GREETINGS! them on in their efforts to provide \\\

_: being ot have discounted all our blessings 4 sweet potatoes a modern shop featuring \ \\. All kinds of fancy Christmas dressings "-
'ern gf w to weep and wail over problems 2 teaspoons salt May jour way be gay; modern merchandise lit moderate
; for
that our forefathers would have Vi teaspoon paprika your Christina. a merryone . packages f fMen's
------------------ .
I r laughed off or grunted their way 4 pork chopsTwothirds ; ;jour Now Year a III
Bill Folds
Genuine Leather at .
one. TheMe are au
ttI rough. cup boiling watei prospcroc' MORE THAN 1000

z Like small children we have Pare sweet potatoes add our ourselves niches, ? for All you.we wantIs For .- BARGAINS OFFEREDAT 1\\\\\\\\ popular prices .
been listening to stories of orgies, and place in bottom of a SB .
giants and bugaboos until we roasting pan. Wipe pork ch ship your and continued patronage.friend-ThisIs TilE \\\\\\1\\\ Evening in Paris Gift Sets ;.

Jj have developed dangers and fears and place on top of the potati .
enough for anyone.HAROLD StarWorkingmen's \\\\\\ Ladies Comb, Brush and Mirror Set
iyt that are unwarranted. The knock Place pan. uncovered on top si

::1Ii e that our forefathers recognized as of a hot oven In order to brown ''I Men's Fitted Cases fci
"Opportunity's." we cringingly attribute chops. Brown on one side and t Store \

AtiI : to the "Wolf." them over and brown on other s Men's Shaving Sets J

gt# Political aspirants sensing our Sprinkle with salt and paprika i YOU WILL BE PLEASED ci 4

changed mental attitude, have at- add the boiling water. Cover i C. WALL Agency WITH GOOD FRESHMERCHANDISE Schick Electric Shavers, now $12.50
tempted to turn it to their advantage bake until potatoes are tent

%tI : by amplifying these imagl Baste frequently. INSURANCE Gentlemen's Club Stationery, both

itt : nary dangers painting word pictures I .._.--_, ___, __...,_._ _._ --- LL'" "_._ WE OFFER AT SAVING plain and monogrammed
hT of clouds so black that we've /
PRICES IN
: lost all thought of a possible silver Sweet PotatoSouU..m Stj IItIlt /J

I} ; lining. x Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson also sent SB. Men's, Women's andChildren's
Headline writers playing on our .
[t A' lit recipe that we're eager to lQiI
emotions scream at us through and 'vv.. Know you will be too wlyou're Complete Line Of Shoes
scareheads that leave us half par.
read it. This recipe like
allzed with fear. Over the radio ALSO IN OUR STOCK OFMen's Don't Forget
one is above, Is most appropri
business leaders, labor leaders -
political FIREWORKSSISTRUNK'S
for Bradford County because II
chiefs and ordinary run-of Boy's Wear December 1 19this
made with none other than i Monday,
I the-mill calamity howlers warn us own sweet potato. ;; Trousers Shirts

of this or that terrible somethingthat 3 cups boiled mashed sweet i the last day to vote in the

that may happen to us. tatoes } Hats, Etc.STAR Rexall Children's Contest. List

hilI % On several occasions in the na >,i cup milk or cream ;
ia tion's history we have faced problems 3 tablespoons butter of winners will be posted in our

and difficulties far more serious 1 teaspoon salt p I window and prizes will be award

ii ; tttf and trying than anything we ',4 teaspoon pepper j ed Wednesday, Dec. 21st at 4
i'' know today. PanIcs. unemployment >,4 cup pecan meats I
: o'clock in the afternoon.
civil war, strikes and whatnot Dash of cinnamon FEEDSEED T 0 R E WORKINGMEN'SSTORE

5 -and in every case our courage Marshmallows
STARKE
FLORIDA
faith. common sense and In- Half fill a greased baking d .

dustry have enabled us to over- with potato mixture; cover wit.! i' "A Reliable Store for Valuce"lHttaI

come victory.In them. and march on to greater with layer remaining of marshmallows potato mixture'Cc' & >>i- >>i>>i >>i

the hearts of millions of top wilh! marshmallows. Bak

i ; {r. Americans those same winning moderate oven ((350 degrees)

i qualities still exist. Only for a minutes or until just heated th

_ _ brief period, have we allowed tear oughly. ,
h"-.III..I..:: ; J .U..iif7i'ii ---.ts- ": riot frit: l.ntu M. 9 l. 10. ihi. 211ft..
day ot
l No.m.
; DAYI1lfONji PHONE132DeWITT
: ofll)2S
and mass hysteria to drive them -- ._- ) and 11. 12. 11. 14. IS of Rut 14 Tern her A. 2 I'. 1938. NIGHT
1931:
'renpoctlvelv and
Into the background to slow the r..nr..nt r lna Addition to 8tull k., Her. 28 (IO.'l'JL'I.S."T: .)
) unpaid taxi for the .
yearn Tp A H It. 22 K,
Card of Thanks 1927 to '11.19. both Inclusive A. .1. THmtAS.( t C. JONES
r ; wheels of our progress and ad- amountIng The taxes. to lie Hold are evidenc rierk of Circuit Court of
We wish to our < to $52.18. bv A01'/1.0'1".' No".. Sic .antI! Rrnflt"r,1 Starke Florida
vancement. express appreciation ALSOWKj() of NWH of SWi/1' and 1\92 of - & This Is a mighty good time for for the expressions of syn1)tItlty .* /S' .T. U T8 H. It. 22 K'] contnlnInir unpaid 1813 rexpectlvely taxes. for the, and represent 1t-2&-5t-12-23 .
tu4 American to and count and for the flowers sent 20 Acren. more or I I..HN.The 1929 to 1939, both lnclualve amount yearn -- -
Ui every stop tiixeii. to bft Mold are evidenced. log to 'H2.38. > OHDKIl: OP ItMCtimV .4 Ml r.
: j his change. We today enjoy advantages during our recent bereavement. toy rtirifHte NOB. 145 and 040 of A 1..0.. : Lot. 4. 5. 8, 7 of BIK To NOTU-n] 'i'() .41-HK.tll
Henry Friedman .
< 1027 and I9.11 respectIvely and reprpMent 27 and Robert
and opportunities so Mrs. F. Fender and family. Temples Addition to Starke. nnchrach If living
unpaid taxea for the year F1"c. 28 TII 8. H 2S B, ,. and If dead the ,. SPECIALYOUR
great as to be beyond the comprehension ---.-- I12H! to !IP.l9. both Inclusive, amount The taxea to h. Hold heirs.. devlsee and I.anhp" of
f* 1INL of countless millions in ing to 194.37. by certificate. NoH- 523 are evidenced aid persons, and all parties clalm-
Births I and 1207 of Inlf Interests. under .
ALSOKV', or KW'i of said Henry
81314 .
*1910
and
1981 .
1 other lands. We who burden our- S..". I 12 Tp 8 &M. K 22 E. containIng unpaid respectively taxes for and repr"rn' Friedman, and Robert Bachrach de CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c I
Mr. and Mrs. James the
Putray, 10 Aereii.tinore or lees.. 1829 years ceased or otherwise, In and to the
.elves with fear and self-pity to 1919. both
Inclusive
amount. property hereinafter ,
Starke boy December 12. Tho taiceH. to be old are evidenced described.:
Inn to
i1 44! the possess world blessings has long that visIoned the rest with of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Starling/ hy 1927 rertirirato and 1 1933 reipertlvely.No .IBS and and 941 represent .of / .. .175.79ApO Addition: Blk. 2'to B Htarke,.. Lot 14.In filed notified You' his and>' that worn each R.of 11111 H.:you Whlteh am nd hereby has. GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD)

Lawtey boy December 13. unpaid IA".. for of Complaint
the yearn NW V, of '
NW'4 N of 9th.. St.. Sec. against
t 192(1( to "l'l. both Inclusive, amountIng 2* YOU a. defendants l In the TO PAYSmith's
envy.What Mi and Mrs. John A. North. .n.,8..h R. 2. K, Ilfhth Judicial' Circuit Court In and
to $13.10.ALSO .
have we to view with be Hold; are evidenced for Bradford
L'3' alarm In comparison with the peoples Maxvllle, boy December 12. : W"4 if" of .F.8tlt< 8EV4. 0sws.s bv certificate! Nn"14a and 1211 of Chancery for County.the Purpose Florida.of fore-In
Si-c L
---.- Tp. 2] E., 1927 and 1933 respectively. and closing 1 *' ;
' of any other country? With untalnlng, ; 10 Arren. more or resent. unpaid taxes for the rep. A. M!. Ray CHrta. mortgage' from
The total value of Florida 1MII.The.. 1026! to 19S'I.!) year Z"l* to Pall 1 Broth- Garage]
4Ff whom would we consider changing agri taxeii. to I be Hold are evlilonrertbv In* to $13.92.ALSO .both' Inclusive, amount. "Hook 1'10. Inc., recorded In Mornrmri
_ ? cultural products in 1936 was more .H8. on page m f the Public
Have certificate
places to- No. 241
we any problems and 9U of't02 : All (1J Lots.) Elk_. 30 ot Maid' .
ftr r l County> encumber.ety
that than$176,000,000 of which fruits !! and ll n.1 rekMn-tlvely. and rep.recent Peeks Addition to
day might Justly be termed Starke In fullowing described
.... !
:tn<1 vegetables contributed $87- nniiald t. for the years NWl/', of NWV, N nr III th. Bt., t.wu: prop
I "beyond the solution of a sane. .1928 to Ifll'i: '! both Inclusive, amount- K..". 20 Tp. 8 8 R 22 E. N ty and' 81.4'{, of RP:'/.. ..r Sec.
333,898. .nc to U1'.8IJAI.so'' The taxes to be Hold 14: NE'4.' N"i
4t&4& peaceful. determined Industrious are evidenced ot 8Et4. NY.. or
"' SWI/ of 8W>4 of N'E'4 l'J'"rti."rt. No" *47 and 1212 "' iSwv. 8S ot WI.n<\ the W
people ? Hm. 18 Tp. 6 H. |n. 22 K. contain and 1911 nenpectlvely. and ot th" IIWv. ot % Bronchial Coughs
,
,, it True, we live in a troubled I beginning to earn a profit pessimists Inir 10 Acres. more or l..pa.Trie recent unpaid taxes for the year rep.. 23: eli. It'i ot !NE RW'.4 of!oJ'';S.e.ot'h'41
taxes to be. Hold are evidencedbv 192 to J -' '
19V all"In
of
both Inclusive S-o. 22
I
I Id world face certain internal are falling to the amount. :; ; Town.
; we and rear and certificate MOM. 283 and 301) ot 'Ing to $.1.l2< | South, Ttanre: it Runt:
1; International problems But worrying optimists are beginning to crawl 1931 and 19.14 respectIvely. and rep ALi4(): Lots; I A1( n. cn. of n" ., .. ft"1 County Florida! In
resent unpaid taxes for the year :2 I Wynn, Addition to $tarka Sec. And ap".arln" by said Creomnlsio l
out of Bill j
their holes. or Need >
fretting crying and groan. VMO to 111:111.:I both > Complaint
inclusive, amouatInr \28! 1'1) 8 S. It 21 Ic.' that the ....Id..o.>*.n ot !]
ing won't get us anywhere. Thingsrl'lt If the nation has much to be In *J( 44ALSO The taxes toi be sold'are evidenced said. ,' parties. are unknown and, that .
: i .
iI are getting better gray skies are thankful for and much to look forWard' In: N13 SR'4('or'of" Kx.NB1 Hoad' KxArren itee.<8 bv represent certificate unpaid I No taxes 403 for of 1934, and years.you are IT ClIc'ii HI THIcItIctIi.0j over the age ot U JUst a common 'cough a chest ingredients so tnu"V Tof Kcnuwi3S --

i.4i *t turning blue. Business the coun- to right now Florida hall 14 Tp. 0 H. n. 22 13.. containing 191J to I91t. both Inclusive, ,the amountIng years- I'JD' that you apppar to UROEU.the 11111 cold or a lead bronchial Irritation of today you get*SSttSn IS palat
to !
It Acres, more or leHH. to $13.09.Al440 !). therein the Rule may serious trouble to-
try over Is and business MoRn, for Florida bless ; lay In January,
"perking up" taken
enjoys
The taxes to be Hold are evidenced : 8U' '.: of /OF.V' ', of 8WV' t..wlt: .1an'"ary' 2. 1939. and that morrow. They may be relieved now and may be gJ
men are looking forward con hogs and advantages above thoseof by certificate No. 964 of 193J. anil Sec' 3 Tp. 7 8. Ft 83 Ic.': contain- yOU thereafter. answer eaki. 11111 with Creomulsion an emulsified adults and
fidently to better days her sister states Just as AmerIca reCresent unpalit, taxes for the years ins 20 Acree.. more or less.. ot Complaint or tile other pl..ad. Creosote that Is pleasant to take Creomul Jon Is one the tJOII
19:12:) to 1939.) both Inclusive. amount The taxea to be sold ing therein as required Creomulslon Is to the very seat,of '1
are evidenced by law a medicinal that
tiu Call It what you will--inflation, holds an enviable position 'nit to U3.90."J..n. by otherwiee decree; com goes and :
certificate No. 3911 and 450 of b.. pro coflfCs.o wiii bination designed to aid nature In ble to help loosen "Kj"cfcH.
artificial prosperity or whatnot- among nations. AH Hwvi of aw\4 F of'' I\! : ( and 1914: respectively, and entered aqxtinet you; When
V Public. Road Kxrept About II unpaid taxea for represent AND IT 1 ts l'URTIiIcl1 soothing and healing Infected mu laden phlegm. 'SbFes-iJ'18!' P", "
ktI its a something that has greased The coming winter season should Acre In "BK' for A All NWfc\ of 1930 to 1ii both. Inclusive the, amount year ORDERED cous membranes by allaying Jrrilw"on \ colds and bronchial t uj ;yix>ttl
HWH K of Knad Kx 2 A..7 In to ----- and Inflammation and by coldsJiangon. P'.J.iMWOf
iuw; the bearings of Industry and Is be the j ing I4S.10. common
> in
- greatest our history. MB I! Cor A M A on Went. Side AL..SOHK'i: of NEl-' of SWW\ NEW r1'8TO'llER.' aiding In loosening and expelling rvonmiiision from your art causing them to move faster. Florida business and Industry 1 rr'I; 21 ['. 6 S; H. 22 :;: con. Sec 8 Tp 7 14. R 11 K., contain POWER *. LIGHT p-.OHIl(;0.L.t A germ-laden phlegm. use It as directed and It yoU obWnec!.
Workers are being re-employed In- should have Acr '. more 'I hess Ina 10 Acne mor. or I.... .. The Medical Profession has for i aattaned with the relief re/UII/
prosper as they never i jra. taxes to he uolil a loeal ws. .....<*4 f to
are evidenced authorIZed
The taxes .
: tiM dusti-ial production Is approaching done before. But it's up to UB as individual. -j' by certificate. No*. 195 and MII ot certificate to Noa" aold 399 are and evidenced 1SHO of I pee la.....al.I.. Klevtrle .... generations.recognized cia the benefl- the druggist Ia creomuIalOB IS en
I lb
effect
tl'3 Tie of
normal. Rents are getting higher, i Lets quit GROANING! 1911 and 1933 respectively and rep. and 1933 respectively I and ..roar llnni Wiring. Beechwood Creosote in your money. see that
rear.resent .... pl4111Y.
R. the treatment of for It
_ _ resent unpaid taxee for the years unpaid ta... for the 1I".bl. coughs chest colds, word uk CreoJI'''''
deals are going over. sellers are and start GRUNTING and see)} 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive, amountinr 1930 to. 1939. both Inclusive amounting years' ..rIe. I and bronchial irritations A special name on the bottle\
ETLJ getting a batter price. capital la j l what happens. I to tl".96. to $10.77.ALEO I O. J. PHILLIPS. Law er process was worked out; by a chem and you'll get the genuin'an4 trSDt. j
ALSO: All NW i of 8EK: B of : WJ4 of XWfc'" of I IWj4 ist, for blending Creosote with other tb relief you

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llRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, DECEMBER 16, lOSS
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itarke Merchants To Play Santa Claus Lrrap1 I



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3U MAY BE RICHLY REWARDEDFOR SHOP WITH US ...WIN A XMAS GIFTTO II.I

BUYING YOUR GIFTS IN STARKE BE GIVEN AWAY FRIDAY NIGHT DEC. 23ICD. AT 0:00: O'CLOCK ----- -- ,- ,' ,'
Y E, L. Matthews, Editor and Owaer it
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Thl. ) cur Starke merchants are<<; making a most unusual i l NUMBER 'IF'I'Y ....I.'
,' th,' Christmas shopping business, not only of the cit01)1 -- -- "

LJrudford County but of gift buyers from Lake nutlsRalwrd tEN IN LONDON ,i MURPHY LAW

the Florida State :Farm, Waldo, Keystone It t

rjjt Penney! Farms, and other surrounding towns. I

through the sponsorship of the Bradford County Tele- C OUR i 3 :a I EXPIRES ';,

ph, starke stores are joining together to play Santa Claus 1i' ,
:L ----4.known as GIFTS TO YOU ,
stark bIg par Merchants'LJ' Christ- that? Truly, the Christmas spirit / I I II JUNE 9TH

Each has taken pOBScsHlon of Starke and /in \
,,hanl Tree IS offering ENTIRELY Its progressive, up-to-date mer- ? 1' I JACOB'S--Cannon Towel Set I :.

to be given chants. DAR rS- Box of
EB valuable flit Big : Groceries
: III
Dec. 23, at If have i Clerk Sees Danger Of e'
Friday night you nut been In the habitof SISTRUNK'S 1
-Big Box of Groceries !
',,",,lock 'on the vacant lot be- doing your entire Christmas Property Going "
the Florida Bank at Starke shopping In Starke every year, jta t j ALEXANDER'S pair Friendly Fives ., To Slate
hen null' go in to start your !! you don't know what you're miss- { I or Si-En-Tiffick Shoes "
,t -shopping ask these mer- ing. Merchants are most friendlyand I -
;18'" ,.xplain; to you the way accomodatmg, stores are clean / C.\RPENTER'S-Carll Nome Bath Set Fear that title to much valuable

hlen n.-sf gifts are being S1ni.re *- and modem in every respect, anda CLAR-JEAN SHOPPE-Complete Set of ,, J property( in Bradford County wUl
W8 ls no contest or warm atmoxpheru of hospitality Mexican TablewareTIP y, w I revert to the Slate of Florida to be
kind ,'II i .competition Involvedyou permeates the entire town. And / sold< later at auction by trusteesof
Ha"1" tust as good an op- why shouldn't you logically come GROCERY-One Bushel Oranges P the Internal Improvement Fund
JIIltanyone. else to getof to Starke to do your gift buying? BRADFORD HARDWARE tdt ,t + wan expressed this. week by the
mesh free gifts. The only Besides being nearer to you than tric Toaster -Kwikway Elec- t Clerk of the Circuit Court A. J.

I,lion and this should be a the large cities, you can avoid the I Thomas ,;
pitMsun. is- that you must do i iCbu annoyances of heavy traffic, no \ :. J. M. ALVAREZ-one Wilson Shirt "Property owners have only five
mss!! shopping In Starke. :parking spaces., crowded stores, < : more months In which to take ad-
Christmas shopping In Starke : unfriendly clerks and many other IIr\ ; STARKE COCA COLA CO.-Case Coca Cola ,is from Sudeten Germany ands vantage of the Murphy Act/' Mr. '.,

ycai will be the most fun you : disadvantages of city shopping.You I SUWANNEE STORE-Big box of Groceries trey arrived in London, where Thomas BI11<1. 'The law expires on ,,'
ever had. Not only have our will feel refreshed and stimulated ire-d for them. Mont of them arQ June 9, which will be the date of .J ':'
I merchants "gone the limit" after a day of shopping in CANOVA PIIAUl\IACY-Cutex SetSTERNBERG'S rents have gone to other shelters. the last sale and If very many iE'' "'1
iocklni their shelves with the Starke. y.v-- -One part Wool Blanket -- property owners postpone their ap:1':;
i complete line of gift Items Read the advertising messagesin plications until the last minute It 'II' .;.
'i- i-vi-r carried, but every this shopping guide and then de- ;. / 7 ALBERT HARTMAN-One Case of Beer will be physically Impossible to \; ;

you make a dollar purchase cide to make this friendly little .i j % IV VU STAR WORKINGMEN'S STORE-Pair of OLD HOME] handle, them all by the deadline. t I... :

,till "m given a chance to win city your shopping headquarters, r.. % Boy's or Girl's Shoes "I feel It Is my duty to warn1'l '
,luubi gift Have you everI not only at Christmas time, but ,(\ ChangesOWNERSHIP property owners of the danger of ,\ "
I I .1 i i 1 better bargain than I throughout the year. waiting too late to file appllcn'r r
--- -- ----- law," Mr.
lions under the Murphy '.
\ "There Is advantage ,;
said. -
Thomas no
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t ............ In waiting any longer as I ,
those who apply now may settle ,I''
their 1039 tuxes and this Is the l
Mrs. Darby Purchases d
ultimate benefit that may be derived i
,, -- Trubu Place On from the law."Certificates '..J
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w- : St. are still outstanding ;
Cherry
C e on some very valuable land in ';
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this county and I sincerely urge ;;,
The J. M. Truby home on Cherry all property owners to check upon ;?('I i .j
St.. one of the oldest in Starke these matters In order to pre ,,,
hanged ownership lust week be- vent title reverting to the State "
GIVE FURNITURE! in K purchased by Mrs. A. M Dnrjy of Florida, after which they will N .ry
from Mr. and Mrs. .1, W. Kil- lose forever all right of redemption -
!:lan of Waynesvlllo, N. C., aon-ln- ," the clerk said. I
'aw and daughter of the late Mr. "Although the Murphy Act does :3
BEDROOM SUITE EASY CHAIRS GIVE A GIFT
Triiby i not expire until June 9, three 'i
Let's wish together! Let's overlook our little com- OF COMFORT The large two-story house, built weeks are required for advertising 'I" hl I
I STUDIO COUCH in the days certificates to be sold at auction \-J(
plaints, and let's be thankful for what we have fifty-three years ago I
uPy "hen Cherry St. was called Penn- i so In reality, time Is even shorter ,',t "
and for what we intend having. Let's wish for 6 .
CEDAR CHESTS iylvnnla A vs., la still In good condition than the five months mentioned '
each other's joy in this great season and hope ?-essest being built of heart lumber, above. We anticipate a last minute ,

for each other's happiness in the coming year. It's END TABLES the quality, of which cannot be duplicated ( \ rush and, much as we would ,' ";
\ today. like to accomodate everyone It .: ,;
easier this way, and more enjoyable. All together, SMOKERS Mr. and Mrs. Truby were among will be absolutely impossible to do ., ,
then! A brighter, happier year. the early residents of Starke. Com- so If too many wait until the last ::1'.
WAGONS ing here to engage In orange production few weeks to file their applications -.oj
Mr. Truby turned to other Mr. Thomas said
JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT, Insurance DOLLS S activities following the big freeze The Murphy Act applies to all
of the 80's. He was a partner InTrubyStwrnberg lands on which tax certificates for ,;. ,.!

_... .. BEAUTIFUL SUITES ASLOW & Co.. which, bus 1934 and prior years are outstanding. j
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- -- -- AS iness, now defunct was probably I If these lands are not redeemed '
wuwulwuwlwmluluwlwwluuuumw I Riil'ewausulun' the closest Sturke' ever came to 11 under, the Act before June 9, "j...
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$39.50 rent! department store Unofficial title automatically becomes vestedIn ; ,
E'D APPRECIATE A CASE OF BEERY 1 1PI dal slogan of this emporium was "ev the State of Florida and the 1

RADIOSLIVING 1' erything from the cradle to the lands will be sold by trustees of r
ROOM \ ; grave'! and living up to Its title,!'the Internal Improvement Fund. II,
< It boasted everything from Infants I Owners lose all right to redemption
SUITE wear to an undertaking depart- : In this case.
L ment. Lttter Mr. Truby became one "I am afraid that some of our
ry of Slurku'a most successful growers I, property owners do not understand tit u
and shippers, specializing In the seriousness of the consequences
,ll t J strawberries I i of not taking advantage, of this :
,, + I sspr Including In last week's transaction law/ ," Mr. Thomas said. "It is a 0/
f'f'I I wan the house and property golden opportunity for the taxpayer I "
CASE OF 24 "" I running clear through from Cherryto er settle his delinquent, and ;
; BE PRACTICALGive Church St. A small lot, on also current taxes, at a fraction. j ,
BOTTLESTHE which stood Mr. Trilby's small office of their face value and I will be I
something that will building .und lying north of the, glad to explain Its operation to> .t
8E s i iI WONDERFUL VALUES All types from the smallbe useful and appreciatedAT portion sold, was retained and the anyone who does not fully under- ,J
., ONLY est console to the largest now and for many years office l Is being converted Into a ",stand It." he concluded '-i;

I $35.50 and up cabinet. more. small bungalow to be occupied by .... :

Joe Truby.A ,
W. T. TURNER
new roof is being put on and
SPOTLIGHT JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY other repairs will be made before,. DIES a
Mrs. Darby, and family move Into '
STARKE, FLORIDA their new home around the first W. T. Turner 87, died TuellI ,
MR. AND AIRS. A. HAUTMAN: of Januury. I day In Live Oak at the home of his ,!
I .- ,(daughter, Mrs. Joe Dowling, where i
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","WInlelenehIIIIn111aII.enelweesloIntl/newweullewl'Illlleiel' / '"llp, II, son"II' IInu41IIIInII''' ''II1nIAIOeNllFr. .
he had been staying for the past <:
Chief Issue 'Warning several weeks. I I

.. Chief of Police A. L. Alvarez He was a native of Georgia but
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1 ;}oung-ih; : ;fll f exam!' return march J..*.Thls tit phenomenon'' Rank"Pays DividendFalling I seietneu this county.tier The vc-nm-coats the maJor->''I[ ic"Ma;; g-r;rth-S;- d.sltld'I yesterday Issued a warning that had lived In this county for the 0//
official beginning of the the shooting of firecrackers on the past twenty-five or thirty years.
marks the 25:
this a percent
that represents
library books of for men, were of good quality
pupils scientiststhe In with the spirit I ity Is violation of the Before here he also lived
coming
wanter season Called by the rate of city streets a
Fr.bun from present
I The decrease
allot
each classroom, Bank at and attractive appearance. 'I
Florida
,
"winter solstice" yesterdaywas [Christmas, the 20 mile. The rates will go law and stated that anyone persisting For some time In Lake City
district funds to whom they were presented per
of ones
or dividend lucky
books, and cleanliness also the shortest day 'of the Starke paid its first as of were chosen by the state Into effect as soon as new tariffscan In this practice will be subJect I Besides his widow, Mrs. Mary
year. Weathermen predict that we one percent to stockholders be compiled.w to a fine. Turner, he Is survived by four sons. ,
corridors, and lavatories welfare office.
will have A_ _mild____ Christmas._on ___ DfC. 21. I -- -- ---- ---- Roan J. Turner of New River. J. I 9?
More than 100 facts are Macon Oa. R. V.
O. Turner of .
reported concerning teachers, Turner of Starke, end Wm. Turner ,I "
buildings, equipment, and administration CHARLES DICKENS I of Cordele, 0....; and two i "'j
of CAROL" I
the school.Recommendations I "A CHRISTMAS Improvements
for school .- --- ---- Jacksonville, and Mrs. Ola Rut- :
based upon the annual ;I + ar ledge of Brooksvtlle. I I
sports and} visits to the schools]\ Funeral services were held Wed- ,, ',

Ire made annually by the state department I 1.w-I ; i # I aesduy afternoon at four o'clock I'
From the Wilson Funeral Home in i "
-. Lake City, and burial was In the J
Leaston Tyler w cemetery there. Dr. Halstead pastor -

Leaston Tyler, 17-year-old son: kr1rrk "I I of the Lake City Baptist
of Mr and Mrs. Willie Tyler of Church officiated.Pall .
Brooker died Thursday, Dec IS: bearers were A. O. Andreu \
Iu> St Luke's Hospital In Jacksonville a Mn / J9 ..z=. H J. Thomas: E. W. Hayes, Freeman -
where he had been confined I Register K. K. ferryman,
for I and C A. Knight.
i
several days. He was a popUlar -
3"e .
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boy and had been a faithful ,
embei ,"r the Brooker Missionary ti Gel Essay Prizes ;
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wptist Church for several years. 'SScrooge's : Velma Norman and Ida Lola ,j i iavls
Besides his parents, the youth Is I Ii I ) B. H. S. students, won first ,
Wrvlveti by four sisters, Mrs. Eva / ,- II
n tad second prizes of $::5 and $3 respectively
TbornaJl of Lake Butler, and1ti8ll@s r .. r w iw.. I for Bradford County In

1)1@r Tommy, Connie, and Betty I .. Fred, wishes him a Scrooge then goes to his dreary home, i For the knocker has ceased to be a I II in essay contest on the subject J
all of Brooker five broth- the snow-filled nephew, in which knocker' It has turned Into a human head. I
; Christmas Eve and !" shouts his rooms being the very same or "What Sugar Production Meanso
ui.FaU" and Bryant Tyler of Pa- It Is merry with people. In Merry Christmas. "Humbug Old Marley lived before he And what a head) Dismal, jaundiced, with ;
streets are wh n the his partner Florida. The awards were
i London Fred packing
sends I
endsfwth of the Scrooge;; The spectacles upon Its ghostly forehead! The
[ >5 Lex Tyler of Pompano his counting house sits Old Scrooge Is latter mentions that he hopes to marry died full seven Christmas Eves ago. dull of Its makes Scrooge I undo by the United States Sugar; ) 1
persistence eyes
Marley Its wavering "
and Henry of Brooker. and Marley. affordto. candle he lights throws ,
Tyler firm of Scrooge has been for his sweetheart Bess, when he can the brass recognize the head at once. "MARLEY! II Corporation. Third prize of $2 F
funeral) held at I dead as a doornail "kindliness"by flickering gleam on great ,
man services were dead and that Scrooge Is alive Scrooge then displays his hanging on the door. AndScrooe : be cries-and even as he stares the head 'or this county was won by Mar-
Cemetery Saturday after seven years To say much, for he has long discharging his clerk Bob Cratchlt. knocker, happening to glance at the becomes a knocker again. I brie Thompson, student In the
n with the Rev Mr. Norris of might be saying too Having thus expressed his goodwill; toward Continued Six
4CrqRe from his heart all human dinner. knocker i Is rooted! iu his tracks ( on Page )_ -awtey Junior High.
his
!, officiating. Interment since frozen mankind, goes for lonely r
"*. to Dedan Cemetery. ) warmth and kindness







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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEOIlApn, DECEMBER J6, 1988

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ELECTRICAL GIFTS Shur ShotSHELLS
PuNished Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second CI 18 ALARM\ CLOCKS

tor: r Matter at. the Post Office at Starke, Florida Fa 1 POCKET KNIVES

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By!; E. L. Matthews______________________Editor and Ow
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'HOME > V SUBSCRIPTION RATE HOPE THE DAWN OF I TENNIS BALLS 1

NEED>! Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance THIS CHRISTMAS TENNIS RACKET 5
FOR ily ''!
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Advertising Rates on Application FINDS YOU AND YOURS FIRE SETS i

wv w R 4 xae FLASH LIGHTS i
t KY WAY OF EXPLANATION SMILING AND I
tho' hoof 'Rt firJust AIR RIFLES
' Rating To those of our readers who might wonder at the slimn CONTENTEDAND"TIIAT lu
OIL HEATERS "EST
tib e w j of the regular section of the Telegraph this week, we has THE 8 LR\D

bornefcharacte {, I h to offer a word of explanation: So much of our time was c

far too sumed in preparing and printing our annual Christmas Sh NEW YEAR to look at this young ]lady you might think she was ponderingover BEAUTIFITLALADDIN

jtdered 14 i wl, ping Guide, which is included as a part of this tissue, that WILL SHOW YOU MORE some weighty problem in geography or arithmetic. But If you i LAMPSELECTRIC

of impo Hty happened to glance at the calendar and saw what date It you'd I
,, r were forced to omit many of our regular features. If you BLESSINGS TIINNYOU'VE wax
to pu know that far away look In her eyes could come from thoughts of no
L' _orationsroani; pected to see some particular feature or item of news in I I ; ANDKEROSLNE
IIAD IN MANYA one else] but-Santa Claus! The Telegraph is receiving letters every
; paper this week and cannot find it, please forgive us t -
day from Bradford County boys and glrla asking us to forward themon t, OILBRADFORD I
, ; time and we promise to be back next week with plenty YEAR to Santa Claus at the North Pole. There Is still time to write to jf 1'.1)\ ,

i1} Florida Jlomei! room for everything. We hope you will give careful conic: him, but you must hurry! The little girl In the picture above hopes ") Iiii !

several ; y .. ation to the advertising pages of the Shopping Guide i TORODECHEVROLET Santa will buy her things In Starke where she has seen so many Interesting /
toys, pretty dresses and lovely dolls in the shop windows. -
methods} iii
the next week.
Ix Iw patronize local stores during
of the ; your In fact, the chances are that she will put a P. S. on to her letter sayIng HARDWARE CO

esUbllslIn : "You can find everything I ask for right here in Starke. Read the I STARKE. PL.\,
the h l COMPANY advertisements in this week's Bradford County Telegraph. If Santa I

recipesconvenli FAVORITI Claus is! as smart as he's supposed to be he'll take the young lady's I

housewlcorrespi TOO LATE advice and buy where he can get the most for his money. i iremnt i :.- >>
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j TO CLASSIFY RECIPES --- .

er bualr i.As i. >l MWBflWBeBt<
a : {.. A t tad ur .HUSSELI.Florida! Pr.KATSecretary. .. A.... .. .. ,, '. '<;"," l'" :,,.: --
o Pork Chops With Sweet Potu .
tlon age fir'' I tlct

did sysj, 7 t r j / Pointing to Improved busineaabuefnesk Of course we are always f r i

conditions the country over. Ben to receive recipes for cakes I
ails wltfc 4 Wand editor of the Southern Lum
other desserts but it Is also (
and tha ber Journal admonishes us to
Ing tool "Quit groaning and start grunt- every now and then to get |I'' 1

of tbelrresourci' a ins,"' ideas for good wholesome n: I w

,,, Which is Just another way of dishes and other foods that
eat r saying "Quit feeling sorry for your really "stick to the ribs."

ton wlde< self; get down to work" For quite received two of this variety INTER WOVEN LADIES MEN'S INITIALHANDKERCHIEFS
peen 1 a spell, we Americans have been week which we gladly pass al GOTHAMGOLDSTRIPE i

lTbe ? ) going around with our hair down in the belief that they will | SOX SILK AND CREPE

; resent' crying on each other's shoulders. you new energy and pep dUI
;{ryWoman t y+rh With greater comforts greater the cold days that are now v HOSE 3 pairs in Xmas box DRESSES 3 in Xmas Box: ZI

Itg lute freedom greater opportunity and us and those that lie just ahi
DoaUonWfelch more advantages than the people The following Is by Mrs. E 79c and $1.00 $1.00 $1.98 to $5.95 69cLADIES

'7 ?, r of any other nation on earth we Thomas: _. i
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have discounted all our blessings '. .' ': .: : :. > \ : ,"
'fcalng e1 4 sweet potatoes :. "- .-.' :. -
, been gv' I to weep and wall over problems 2 teaspoons salt L'ADl.'E'.S' ALL .I CAN YOU THINK OF K;
t that our forefathers would have % teaspoon paprika LADIESWEEKEND LUNCHEON TIlING TIIVTOILDI K

,-ens rv ; ; laughed off or grunted their way .4 pork chopsTwothirds LOUNGING WOOL LONG THE CHRISTMXS: SP

itJ ay 1 !; 1' ;Jirough. cup boiling watel CLOTHS COATS QUICKER THVNC: (
bedau Like email children we have Pare sweet potatoes add ROBE HOUSE OV CHRIST)
Real Value
tor F been listening to stories of orgies and place In bottom of a st 98c to $2.95HAND In InBAGS MORNING; iou CA
s ',Zsa1t Y + } giants and bugaboos until we roasting pan. Wipe pork cb 98c to $3.95 $1.98.to$3.95 $ FULLY ENJOY THE D\

Iii ''tnal{ k have developed dangers and fears and place on top of the potat ,' ... .9.9.5. .. ..._ YOUR HOUSE IS f>C
e tl of 1' that are unwarranted. The knock Place pan uncovered, on top s' .' . ,; .. .-: .: : :. "p ". : FORTABLE AND Cffll
t that our forefathers recognized as of a hot oven In order to brown,,

r' 4 u1.C ( { >t "Opportunity's we cringingly" attribute chops. Brown on one side and't MEN'S HAND LADIES' &: MEN'S LADIES, MEN'SAND \ i TIlE BEST AND Ml
y
eF -' -- f.1 to the "Wolf. them over and brown on other I EMBROIDEREDHANDKERCHIEFS EMBROIDEREDPILLOW CHILDREN'S
11; Political aspirants, sensing our Sprinkle with salt and paprika BATH ROBE ECONOMICAL WAY
changed mental attitude have attempted I add the boiling water. Cover CASES IIOUSE SIIOES
t to turn to their In Xmas Box I KEEP YOUR HOI'S
4 It advantage bake until potatoes are tent/ 3 $2.9 ) to $6.95
#+ by amplifying these Imagl- Baste frequently. 59c 98c to $1.95 pair 39c to $1.9.8.p \
WARM:
f t 1 ', H nary dangers painting word pictures ,. _- . .. .. .
I. t.t n f t of clouds so black that we've \ : :_" ._ __ :. : .. _,_. .:,.,
,1, i lost all thought of a possible silver Sweet Potatoes, Southern Sti 3 AT CIiRISTIII.D ,
I lining NOFADESHIRTS LADIES SILK LADIESTOPPERS BELLMORESILK THROUGH TilE WINTER
Mrs A. J. Wilkinson also sent
TO USE GOOD
3, .. 4j)41 I Headline writers playing on our GOWNS AND 3
recipe, that we're eager to TIES
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f emotions scream at us through
and w.. Know you will be too wyou're All Sizes
i'' scareheads that leave half PAJAMASSpecial
Yl us
par New Shipment
read it This recipe, like 55c FUEL
; alized with fear. Over the radio New Patterns
one is above is most approprlfor
business leaders labor leaders political Bradford County because 1 $L59 $2.49 $5.95 Two for $1.00MEN'S I
:e chiefs and ordinary run-of-
made with none other than OILIN
'ltl '' s the-mlll calamity howlers warn us own sweet potato. a
1 of this or that terrible something 3 cups boiled mashed sweet
A a+ that may happen to us. tatoes ALL-WOOL NOFADEPAJAMAS a YOUR HEATE

On several occasions In the na- 1'a cup milk or cream SUITS

3 tablespoons butter la Blue Serge and fancy ALEXANDERAND \
1 teaspoon salt I patterns. (single and

I; ?t t out and trying than anything we '4. teaspoon pepper Double Breasted, plain FOR MEN For Quick Service Cs

IFI 1 l know today. Panics unemployment 'a cup pecan meats and pleated back stjlee) COMPANY All New Patterns
I Myy r k4 1 civil war, strikes and what- Dash of cinnamon Priced STANDARD 0

? l not-and In every case our courage Marshmallows to $19.95
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$16.95 $1.59 to ; COMPANYingredients
$1.9591S
wi<..uy1 r1. f faith common sense and Industry Half fill a greased baking 4 B. E. HATFIELD l\11l1'.
t n r,.; 1v. have enabled to with mixture wit -
f us over potato ; cover A
Ii I K. G. DUNC.\X.
t come them and march on to greater layer of marshmallows.. Co I .' I
f & '1 victory. with remaining potato mixture I : Ii $&&&&&) '
} In the hearts of millions of top with marshmallows. Bak

:{ 'r .1 Americans those same winning moderate oven ((350 degrees) I
IC t ';''y qualities still exist Only for a minutes or until Just heated ttv I
brief period have we allowed tear oughly.
v ...................._. ... ewlar-.e.. _.. -..-- .. .
and mass hysteria to drive them ----+ \.r and respectively:\ and ren- ttR"Tt"TT"1Y7/f! 'T11Tc"1( eln her .\. !L 1918-.c My ot Ndvem JJAI 1'liuiN K 1 NIGHT PHONE 13:
I Into the background to slow the i..*KHtit unpaid' tax. for the yearsi TI glee. II Addition H. R 23 to E.,.SI11rk.' Ncc. 28 (OFFICIAL SgA T.) I
I+ ,ht fI I, wheels of our progress and advancement Card of Thanks i li7! to I Q39.! both( Inclusive amountIng The taxes to he sold arc evidenced' (A'I..rk J. 'rHO' I\S. t DeWITT C. JONES
( 'Ir..ult
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to 852,18.AI.SOG Court
.1,, riir -. We wish to express our appreciation of of 8WUSor hv: certificate No.. 618 and 1192 or TJrAd'nrd tOU"tr of SUrke Florida
h vtl $ I : W'4{ NWli; 1910 and 1931, respectively 11-25-St-12U Iorida' I ,
This is a mighty good time for for the expressions of sympathy I II Tp. 8H. It. 21 K.. containing unpaid' taxes for the and. represent -
t 4t{ American to and count and for the flowers sent 20 Acres, more or I..... 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive years --
every stop amount- OItlElttF>> '
The taxes to l>" Hold are evidencedh.v log to 2.38. IM II|.|<-\TKCVMI "
s i 4 his change. We today enjoy advantages during our recent bereavement. rertlfUnteNon. IDS and 940 of Ar,80Lot* 4. 8. 8, 7 of Bik To NOIICI! 10 tPPKtlt
;; / and opportunities so Mrs F. Fender and family. 1127 and I'm! respectively. and represent ST Temples' Addition to Starke, Ra..hrach Henry'It. 'living Friedman and Roller
unpaid taxes for the yews / 28 and It dead
"0 Tp. 8 8 H 22 K. heirs. the SPECIALYOUR
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great as to be beyond the com + 1128 both inclusive amounting The. taxes to he sold devisees, and grantees ot
1 t.o: Jlt. are evidenced said' >
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IM. persons and all partle. ria
1 prehension of countless millions in I "v certificate lni-
Births Inll'
AI.O: K"/4:" of "WI', of 8E"4 1910 and t9a1 reSp.cBMvefyndBna. renr interests under said Henry
other lands. We who burden our ttov 12 Tp. 8 N. K! 22 K., containing resent unpaid. Friedman and Robert. JI""hrlU'h. deceased .
Mi1.. and Mrs. James Pat ; lazes for the year. CAR FOR 35c
ray. 0. LUBRICATED
10 Acren,>nioi'" ..r lemi. I 1929 otherwise. In and fo
selves with fear and self-pity, ; f' 1919, both Inclusive' amounting property .... the
Sturke, boy, December 12. The taxes to be Mold are evidence! 8111.I! eereiachaof :
iIl r 'i' possess the world blessings has long that visioned the rest with of Mr and Mrs. Clyde Starting, by 1927 certificate and 1911. : respectively No. .\\98 and and Ml represent .ot- Peek AI SOBlk Addition: ., 21 to rn Htnrke,.. Lot 14 In. filed notified You his and that n. n.you Whitehead ar.. hhereby has GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORDTO

Lawtey, boy December 13. unpaid I taxes for the yearn.. NW% 0' N W'4' N rot 9th., St.. S.... against sworn Jill ot Complaint
you
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envy aa defendants
Mr. and Mrs. John A. North, 1 19:11 to inn both Inclusive, amounting It. fJllrhth In the PAYSmith's
i r What have we to view with : to "S9. 'I.r",8..:'to i.:2.: soll;,\ are .vld..n..01 ,. for Bradford Judicial Circuit Court In and
'9 r alarm in Maxville boy December 12. ALHO. Wl< of cm of Stm ofif hv certificate, No.. 2411 and Ull ot Chancery for County Florida In
comparison with the peoples +- SW I.. Wc Tp 6 S. R 22 E.. 1927 and 1933 respectively. and Cloeing 1 that .the purpose of fore. '
of any other country With containing 10 Ar.r.H. more or unpaid taxes for the represent A. 8r. Ray and certain mortgage from
whom would The total value of Florida agn- less.The. Inclusive year Ino., wife 10 Paul Brotherc .
consider
we In"to" amount
changing JJ'ltlb"th| recorded In Garage
taxes to he poll 1 are evidencedl Hook 8 Mor'lra",
: v places ? Have we today cultural products in 1936 was more certificate No. 249 941 of on page US ot the Public
t t any problems : and ALROI< : All (13 Lot) Blk., 30 Records 0' said .
that might Justly be termed Man)176,000,000 of which fruits 1931! and 1811 rear. ..itlvely. and 'reprecent Peeks Addition to Htnrke In Inll the following County encumber. -
unpaid taxes for the yearn NWf, of NW\ N of described p..op.I.ty. -
and 9th to-wit
: vegetables" contributed $87.- St. :
r "beyond the solution of 1928> to \MUi, .... --
a sune both inclusive, amounting A. 28 Tp. I S. R. 22 E. and "'
peaceful I, determined Industrious 33,898 to |2i01Ar. !! Th. taxes. to he sold. are evidenced. IIN: Y'P 'h. N ug4 of 9EV'! '.. n' Sec.

I"evple" r .. .Irt! ; j l1it True, we live In a troubled beginning to earn a profit pessimists i"Jr',1i Acres; : more or leenThe unpaid. 'raxea--n..J"for the.nn vearil. 23: SIfI.0"s""'Yo ot Ot NloW.I
} r t world; we face certain internal and are falling to the rear and : tertlflcale taxe to N be...sold.. 2H3 are and evtd'nredov .SOa. ol "fnw "tii'lll.la'" In..lul1lv.' ., no int"Ar's" shNV\\47 South of Sec., Range; :"22nl0aep't ot I

International problems. But worrying optimists are beginning to crawl 1931 and 1914 respectively and represent >: LntaArRC' n of nik, Rrad'ord County Florida In
l
i fretting crying and out of their holes unpaid taxes for the years 2Wynns AdUtlnn 'n 8tarke> 89Creprment And It appearing by laid;Bill I
1 groan 1410 to 111-, both inclusive, amount- r. TI". 18.. R 22 F.' Complaint that the ot Need Creomulsio
ing won't get us anywhere. Thing? If the nation has much to be Inv tn tilt 4SAIH The taxes tot, be sour are evidenced said parties are unknown residences' ot
<> of hv ,....... and that ..._, _
: RV.: NEt, Rx. SArlen trf .No. 4/13 0' 1l3! and yoU are each over ..
; are getting better gray skies are thankful for and much to took for In Nh! for> Rx. Bond HcffID unpaid la".. for the y........ IT hf THI: the se ot 21. Y ua 6 common cough. a chest so that now UI"gum--
.coonv t ward to' right now Florida has i Tp. II H. R. 22 E.. containing. 1931; toVlVoo1 inclusive. amount year ED that yOU appear HEtrpOlOfU'Ert.to: the COM. or a bronchia] 'Irritation of today slon you get a good dose or l paJat
: try over Is "perking up" and business MORE for Florida enjoys bless- 12 Acre., more or l"mi. Ing therein the Rule bay In January. lUll may lead to serious trouble to- wood Creosote whlcllls rrequentlY
v 1 t The taxes to be sold are evidenced ALSO[ : I'ot* SRIof' "SWV' to-wit: January 2. 1939. morrow. They may be relieved now able and be taken
men are looking INward con ngs and advantages above those i by certificate No. 9S4 of. 1933, andrepresent "Son' 1 Tp 7 8. R: 31 K, Containing yoU then,.art er an..w.. laht and 1 that 11111 with CreomuJslon. an emulsified by both adults may and children.
or
t '? fldently to better of her sister unpaid taxes for the yean 20 Acref.. more or lenit Complaint 0' tile Creosote that ; prtparatlo
days states Arncra other la one
y just as Is
n, s.., 19:U to tftl'l! both inclusive., amount The tnxea tr> he sold are evidenced. log therein, n required by plead- Creomulslon amedial con t'i1'eemulBlOnttiatgoestotheyeryseatot tile tJOU
Call it what you will--inflation, holds an enviable position 'nit to 'S.J 04f. by certificate. No. 398 and otherwise decree pro law | Ia gerJII
I 450 of
# eonfeseo wiii
1 '; artificial prosperity or whatnot- among nations. ...fl All WVJ. of SWV. K o' l IV.1I and 1814 respectively, and represent be entered Ir;' ; binatton? designed to aid nature In ble to help loosen and exgp.!& che..
If, Public Road AND IT M ''JAVrA'A: soothing and When
L r Except AboutAcre 9 unpaid tare* for the yean ORDEREDWRW healing Infected mu laden phlegm. d
It's a something that hus greased The coming winter season should In t"K r-or All NWV4 of 1910 to m both. Inclimlve, amount- cous membranes by allaying Irrllm- colds and! bronchial troubles.-c!. "
r, HWi, K of Road Ex 2 A.? In Ing to J. tlon and get a uu-
the bearings of industry and is be the 148.10.ALSO Inflammation and by common colds-hang d
i A greatest in our history. NE Cor A II A on Went Side : tSKH: of. NE'4 of 8WV1' "t'8"O'llIlR"' l aidIng In loosening and expelling of CreomuUion from your dru"i:
f' them to PI.ORIIJA
causing move faster. Florida business and : Rec. 21 Tp. A3 It 22 Sec a .
industryhould coti- Tp 7 8 R. 22 B, contain POWBH A cerrn-laden I
,t, Workers are being re-employed In. I have taming 47 Acres:, more; t"I; less. inn 10 Ac..u. more or !I..... Let LIGHT CO. The Medical phlegm. use It as thenrelt f obtlinedthe .
,
as they .
prosper never The to he old' total a. whromr Profession has for satisfied with
issue
: are evidenced The assisted rerun
I linen to he cold' evidenced I
are to
31 y d Usrr let production la approaching done before. But it's up to us as Individual by certificate, Noa 295 and Bftg of l>v certificate Noa 899 and 13 I\0 of Ill tea I........t.... EI.la ter.lii generations recognized the benefl. druggist. suthortzpd Is 011word.
normal. Rents are getting higher, *. Lts quit GROANING! lilt and 1933 reiipectlvely.. and J9lt. and 1983 respectively I and represent i vie. U..... wire... clal effect of Beechwood Creosote In your money. creomu1s1on
years Rse.oeable. ace
t deals reeent unpaid taxee forh. unpaid taxes for the years i I O.d..I. the treatment of coughs chest colds .ask: for It plainly myth
are going: over. sellers are and start GRUNTING and see) /1930 to 1939 both Inclusive' amount. 11130 l to 1939. both inclusive, amount < I Serrlr I I and bronchlallrrltatJons. A special name on the bottle is
getting a batter price, capital I I. what happens. I log to t>44.38AIJBO lag to 130.??. I I OPHILLIPS.. Lawler process was worked out by a chem and ;you'D get the genuine but ipdU
: All NWV4\ of SEVi E 2 of ALSO: WH) of NWH of SW!" Iat, for blending Creosote with other and the. relief you wan&&.
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BItADFOUD COUNTY TELEG&\t'n, DECEl\IBER 18, I9s8T4IRKE

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! STORES PRESENT






WEALTH OF CHRISTMAS GIFTS Ergitap4 01j' ,I


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.tTOUR AROUND CALL STREET REVEALS looking for something In the $5.50 CARPENTER'S DENMARK'S' ,

MANY INTERESTING NEW IDEAS range and the fireside sets here As usual, Carpenter's Drug Across the street at Denmark ,.
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r are also very attractive Store is one of the most attractive Furniture Co. the shopper is con- '

i AND SUGGESTIONS \IUJEAN SHOPPK spots in town. Its window, aglitter fronted with a wealth of wheel = E. L. Matthews. Editor and Owaer ; \'.

And then we come to the CIa- ,, and made
even more eye- toys and It Is easy to see that thin/ '

almost get an inferiority complex when we sit down I Jean Shoppe, Starke's newest catching by means of a revolving !is one place Santa Is going to hang NUMBER FIFTY. t \ .:.:
We .
place of business and one that Is 'I.
I display offers a premature para- around a lot between now and UK I J ; ;;
Ii i going to make the task of gift buying dise for window shoppers (aren't 25th. Kiddle's furniture Is ulan a REN IN LONDON

i treasurethe" ( infinitely ems- we ellfIf/ you specialty here and there is II beautiful : MURPHY LAW 'I ;
I :::1 I ler this I'--If Fur' the Glamour' Hlrln "
vase .
: .. can lear yourselffor miniature set of table and
di of it.' ns memory a hours you are snort on away long two chairs for $5.05 that will make I. a

nt along Call St we almost give up hope of being able tot Ideas, just visit enough to look some bright-eyed little girl mighty i EXPIRES j

*"._ ...t -a few-- things to-- the Clar Jean around inside happy Christmas mot'rung. An ; ;

FSon in the limited space thing else to take note of at Marguerite Shoppe. You willb you'll find a Easy Rest chair with matching

chopping guide. Big 's. They start as low as 75c e confronted black I leather foot rest would make the heed of JUNE 9TH
our useful gIfts with I surprises fitted with the house feel r
mtu gifts J. ALVAREZ case even more Important I :
ts for and Innovations for and wife could
gifts gifts I gold Kipper any doting easily
frivolous The J M Alvarez .
clothing store until have -
.tiffs for her But you a $4,75. that will save the small monthly payments -
1111 iht "' All we can do Is Starke's oil: reliable, has done a slight I Idea of be sure to bringa out of the grocery money ri Clerk Sees Danger Of

Tie a hint. You'll simply great service to comfortlovingmen how Alice in smile to the If she chose to give one of these at r -k I ,, ''I''
vou by bringing to Starke flannel Properly Going -
Wonderland
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tour face of $4050
inspection any ,
| make an M 4
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ve to pajamas not the old outmoded '
mave felt strong, silent (Continued on Next PagoHer I To State : -
|your own kind-but smart new styles, tailored cept of c_ man on your list, --- -- aF', 11, t
,\I.EX.1DER'Sstarting / by Wilson (one of the country's that the -
near the court foremost For less money ; t Fear that title to much valuable
down haberdashers
) and In at- Jean's ra r
Hiue first we come to Alexan- tractive color : there is an alli- property In Bradford County will .
,, < patterns. The soft, land of gift) rja
| Store. It's a good thing down-like warmth of gator hide tie I revert to the State of Florida to be :
New these
r. pajamas actually i I' c' i # holder for $1 that *
Ui 'that extra room before will be the sold later at auction by trustees
greatest Here It
v got luxury you IB
is sure to find a
Christmas season came on fordness could give a man this ChrIstmas, you can find In his heart of the Internal Improvement Fund, I ;
knows they need every and the box'r spot was expressed this week by the .
is
price reasonable too- thing and and in hIs bedroom i
Clerk of the Circuit '''
what with more for Court A. J "
now
h o. n only $1.95. Men's dress gloves, thing to For the ladies Thomas

IV merrnandlne coming In every heretofore an Item that could hard- the of course, .

".,' ly be found In Starke, are on display girl" of the there are items .. "Property owners have only five :
in a big way at Alvarez' this ly. There too numerous to ------- more months In which to take ad- r o.!

season. There are those ultra smart three pairs mention but es from Sudeten Germany and vantage of the Murphy Act" :Mr. .:: ; ,
DRESSES:: as arrived in London, where Thomas said, 'The law : _"
pig-skin ones at $1.49, and for the sheerest L at i especially attrac- they expires on :: '

every mote conservative taste there are wood hose in tive is an overnight SPORT COATSSWEATERS nred for them. Moat of them arc June 9, which will be the date of : ..

the dark brown calf skin at $1.25. swanky gift toiletries arents have gone to other shelters I the last sale and If very many ;.i I 4

No need to make I --- property owners postpone their applications :, 't4 i
to
a trip Jack- $2.50, or bewitching Vanity bag in brown watered silk with -I
until the last minute It raw
sonville for men's gloves anymoreBKADFOIU Fair gowns (tin kind worn by Zo- : neat gold zipper-a sure hit! Corpl'nter's will be I '
HATS physically impossible to
is also OLD HOME
list would be > HARDWARE rInano lessIn "I Married An emphasizing baby handle them all by the deadline ,
: gifts books, dishes and a very 'j
one of the smart The Bradford Hardware Co., is Angel") for as little as $3, or 1 If practical set of thermometers one All Reduced Below Cost "I feel It Is my duty to warn :n''

silk lined very proud of the new Aladdincirculating have ChangesOWNERSHIP property owners of the of ..
you u dainty young Miss on for room, one for bath, and one danger "h :
week-end bags oil heater and we agree waiting too late to file applications '/1 $
your list, who is just a wee bit for food. / ,
Alexander's features this that this would make one of the COSTUME JEWELRY under the Murphy law," Mr. ;, :
t H\UT FCRNITLKB CO. ,
daring you'll fall, hook line and
. They're very reasonable, I nicest and most practical Christ- The Hart Furniture Co, reports \ Thomas said "There Is no ad- I,;' 't

anywhere from $1 to $385. For Fireside mas gifts of all sinker for the Susy-Q slips that good business in all lines and a DANCE I vantage In waiting any longer as ,',

1,,1! we know of nothing that Ito BU much are definitely different. II you( special run on desks for the Christmas IIANIKERCIiIEFSLINGERIE I those who apply now may settle : .,C
Lid hit with theIr easier, too, to their 1939 taxes and this Is the :i .o
make a bigger must be very very economical you trade. There Is a neat little Mrs. Darby Purchases ?
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lex, young or old. These at- Iq'@Il + tI solve the prob- can do so and still be original with maple desk for $4.60 that would ultimate benefit that may be t

Active bags should solve the most lem with one the aid of the Clar-Jean Shoppe, make homework a pleasure for any HAND-PAINTED Truly Place On ed from the law, derlv'J, : 1'J'
big that
zllng of Christmas problems. gift tot in the early grades of school. PICTURES Cherry St. "Certificates are still i;4(i \
will please the For 50c you may give a hand- For adults who still like to rock Ing on some very valuable land in ai I's k"
PRIEST'S
1 entire family, blocked handkerchief made by (and there are plenty of us left) MOJUI)1OSIERY[ this county and I sincerely urge t!' .:hall
those of who read< I ; and the cost The J. M Truby home on Cherry -
f course you property owners to check up \f .
Foard of California while $1 rates Hart shows a platform rocker the
St. of the oldest in Starke
j advertisements In the Teleph $18,75, is small kind that grandma loved, nANI MADE one on these matters In order to pre- ;{j,: ]
a "silent butler" or a score pad in always changed ownership lust week be i
well what Is to
know pretty when you consider vent title reverting to the State "t.
for the modest sum of $14.50, IIANDKERC1i1EFSMARGUERITE'S "
in Town at Priest'sI the the new cork ware and $2 will en- very purchused/ by Mrs A M. Dar '
(found Toy com- of Florida, after which they will : 1
In the of
an inexpensive gift
way
from Mr and Mrs J, W. Kllllan
I $1 Store, Besides the usualof fort and satls-_ title you to carry away an entire Hart shows modernistic smoking by lose forever all right of tedemp- > _6,
i dolls and wheel toys, the faction you win gel; in'n return. in n luncheon set of cork! Then thereis stands for $1.50 and if have of Waynesvllle N C, son-in- tin the clerk said. 1Ii!
you law and of the lute Mr, ,
i cent store !la boasting of an the smaller brackets Bradford Italian pottery VenHlun glass, any friends with twin beds thereIs daughter "Although the Murphy Act does -1 e,

ally large line of games this Hardware has clever pocket flash- decorative white metal ware In a tricky lamp just made for Truby. not expire until June 9, three ''i l j ;A AI

r. On Its colorful counters you lights Including one made in the unique shapes and-but we can't them. It is a double-headed affair The large two-story house' built weeks are required for advertising j'

i find Bingo for XOc and 25c, all shape of a fountain pen (pocket spend all day In Clar-Jean Shoppe, with single base but two lights fifty-three years ago In the days I certificates to be sold at auction ;4':,:, >i

idi of card games, Dominoes for clip and all) for only 09e. Trulyan even though we'd like to. You'll which face in opposite directions.The when Cherry St was called Pennsylvania so In reality, time Is even shorter ...

: and 25c checkers, Bank Roll Inexpensive way to please! any simply have to see for yourself. price $2.95, won't make a SHOPPETO Ave., la still In good con- than the five months mentioned ..

ijet games, Kro-Kay, table ten- one, or all, of the men on your And before you leave be sure and serious dent in your Christmas dition, being built of heart lumber, above. We anticipate a lost minute '

and other fascinating ways oflog lIst. Then there Is that useful and ask to see the new Monastic dressan bankroll. the quality of which cannot be du- rush and, much as we would
{
r time for the grown-ups as very smart "snack set" consisting original design If ever there __ _. plicated today, like to accomodate everyone It '
I III I the kiddles.MVBGUERITE'S. of toaster tray, and dish If you're was one! 0 Mr. and Mrs. Truby were among will be absolutely, Impossible to do

the early residents of Starke. ComIng i so If too many wait until the last c ::1 t
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c-----------; ;;; EVERYONE: here to engage In orange pro- few weeks to file their applications ,

roaslng the street now, wee WE EXTENDTO duction, Mr. Tiuby turned to other ," Mr. Thomas! said |

to Marguerite's Shoppe, A Very Merry Christmas! activities following the big freezeof The Murphy Act applies to all j

rko's gift, novelty, and dress OUR CUSTOMERS the 80's He was a partner In lands on which tax certificates for 'I,

|'p that has years of service and Truby-SU-rnberg & Co., which business 1934 and prior years are outstandIng ,
1
utatlon for pleasing the pub- FRIENDS AND TilE PUBLIC now defunct, was probably : -, If these lands are not redeemed ?

behind it Always interesting the closest Sturke ever came to n : under the Act before June 9. : A j jtitle
OUR CORDIAL BEST WISHES FOR A .
Christmas time, Marguerite's Is real department stoie Unofficial automatically becomes vested t

re so this year because of the MERRY CHRISTMAS slogan, of this emporium was "ev- I In the State of Florida and the s J.>j t

Dually large and varied line of I erythlng from the cradle to the ,,, lands will be sold by trustees of y!

turns Jewelry that glitters In AND A I II grave' and, living up to Its' title, I I the Internal Improvement Fund. <:

i show cases. One of the most It boasted everything from Infants Owners lose all right to ,redemption ,

Jeslstlble! Items here are the HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR wear to an undertaking depaiti : In this case,

Whiting & Davis I i ment Later Mr. Truby became one I, "I am afraid that some of our ,;
Jewelr y mesh evening f ,of Slarko's. most successful glowers property owners do not understandthe

bags that ,,,ueur and shippers, specializing in seriousness of the consequences o

run from $2.98to strawberries., of not taking advantage of this :

$5.08. Ask to FLORIDA BANK AT STARKEMEMBER As Christmas draws near, it is only natural that our : law" Mr. Thomas said. "It i is a .'

see the trickyone FLORIDA NATIONAL CROUP thoughts turn to those of you who have played such an I'-'! golden( opportunity for the taxpayer ,
running through Cherry to settle his delinquent, and I i:
with the j
narrow, bottle- MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION indispensable part in our success. Our best way of wish- I{ to Church St. A small lot on MI80 current taxes, at a fraction ''f ;,

t ) LP shapnd neck I ing you a very merry Christmas and a prosperously ,( which stood Mr. Tin by'a small office of their face value and I will be '

that expands I happy New Year is to assure you of continued high building and! lying north of the glad to explain Its operation to
I portion sold was retained. 1 and the anyone who does not fully under *
Into wide-
a when I quality and courteous service throughout the coming' office IK being converted into a bland It," he concluded. w
bag
open
i know how to work it. Theses year and all the years to come. i small bungalow to be occupied by ---_._ I ,
Joe i.
are guaranteed to break e oe Truby. W.
'1the A new roof Is being put on and T. TURNER ;
reserve of any young A. J. THOMASselected other repairs will be made before DIES
Y you might choose to give oneThe .
Mm Darby und family move into
i artificial flowers In cello- '" //I
their new home around the first W T. Turner, 87, died Tuesday -
De-topped
gift boxes are some- --- --
of January. In Live Oak at the home of his ;

-------- A -. -- daughter, Mrs, Joe Dowllng where ,j

Chief Issues Warning he had been staying for the punt I"lIuveral
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.... ....-. weeks, *
I -. ------1 re'f ":m rch-Thf-Pf; : ( nonnQn"\ --- ;; list of WPA clients in I I uary C E. Bell Passenger Traf- Chief of Police A. L, Alvarez He was ii native of Georgia but V
school u t Dividend
bus :!: of the Hank Pays thIs county. The coats, the majority fic Manager of the Seaboard, said yesterday Issued a warning that had lived In this county for the
marks the official beginning
linatlon of pupils, library books Called scientiststhe Failing In with the spirit of for men, were of good qualityand that this represents a 25 percent the shooting of firecrackers on the past twenty-five or thirty years.
winter by
avsllilble for each classroom, allot- season. Christmas the Florida Bank at attractive appearance. The I decrease from the present rate of city streets is a violation of the Before coming here he also lived
I "winter solstice, yesterdaywas
I for meet of county or district funds also the shortest day of the Starke paid its first dividend of lucky ones to whom they were presented ,,20 per mile. The rates will go law and staled that anyone persisting for eon*; time In Lake City. "
library books, and cleanliness to stockholders as of were chosen! by the state Into effect as-soon as new tariffscan In this practice will be sub- Besides his widow, Mrs. Mary
that one percent
If Weathermen predict we I
classroom,- corridors and lava- year. Dec 21. welfare office. be compiled."A ject to a fine. Turner, he survived by four SODS,
torlp!! More than 100 facts are will have a mild Christmas. -- --- ----- -- --- --- --- Roan J. Turner of New River. J. '

reported "nn"AI- g teachers I O. Turner of Macon Oa.. R. V. i tA

lldlg s, equipment, and administration i Turner of Starke, and Wm. Turner I

I of the school. CHRISTMAS CAROL" CHARLES DICfgNSJ of Cordele, Ou.; and twodaughters .,

Recommendations for school improvements Mrs Uamle Britt of .

I based upon the annual I'I "- r --- .. .- .. Jacksonville, and Mrs Ola -Rut- : 9 i L Lf
Imports and visits to the schools I ;;'r(9 "I I ledge of Brooksvllle. '

I are made annually by the state department -iic : iktN '".:;;:: ':' ,i : Funeral services were held Wed- I 'j'
I i : : : nesday afternoon at four o'clock I I'
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-- -. I : \. from the Wilson Funeral Home in .
I .../ .,;t ; Lake City, and burial
Leaslon Tiller ; : was in thecemetery
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1 1f i there Dr. Halstead
Leaston I : pusI -
Tyler, 17-year-old son 'e I

of Brook Mr..r and died Mrs.Thursday Willie Tyler Dec 15.of R 't+ i"i" r. I Church tor of ,the officiated.Lake City Baptist

; Fall bearers
were A O. Andreu
St
Luke's ,
in Jackson- .
Hospital .
Wile r '.. 'A J Thomas, E. W Hayes, Freeman -
,
where he had been confined I :: '
for it f- Register E K. ferryman
several days. He was a popI114r I ami. C A Knight.

boy and had been a faithful :. ,i
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member ,)f the Brooker Missionary t <; i

Ptist Church for several years. i Get Essay Prizes ?

Besides his parents the youth Is Yf' i Velma Norman and Ida Lula

Thomas survived by four sisters Mrs Eva !, | Davis B. H. S. studi-nts won first 'JI 1

nurses of Lake Butler, and :, ..,.. ....- .,. ,- ..c--' I and second prizes of $5 and $3 re-
Tommy Connie and Betty I apectivel y for B ra df on t County in
I Tyler F' him Scrooge then to his dreary home, For theknocker' knocker has ceased to be a I 1
all of Brooker; five brothers I and the snow-filled Scrooge's nephew Fred, wishes a || goes f an essay contest on the subject I
Is Christmas Eve his the same In which I''t has turned into a human head. j
,, Fat, and of Pa- It In ,I, Merry Christmas "Humbug! shouts I i, rooms being very 1 of 'What
Bryant Tyler streets are, merry With people. Old lived before he And whatspactacle" head! Dismal with Sugar Production Means
latka I London Fred when the his partner Marley a jaundiced, ',
sends packing
Lex I' "
and of the Scrooge to
Noah Tyler of Pompano his counting house sits Old Scrooge latter mentions that he hopes to marry died full seven Christmas Eves ago. The upon its ghostly forehead! The FlorIda. The awards were
and Henry Tyler of Brooker. firm of Scrooge and Marley. Marley for is his sweetheart Bees, when he can afford I candle he lights throws Its wavering dull persist t tence of its eyes makes! Scroogethe I nude by the United States Sugar 1

DeFuneral| services were held at dead and dead as a doornail hasScrooge been Is alive to. Scrooge then displays his "kindliness flickering gleam on the great brass recognizehe head at once. "MARLEY! Corporation. Third prize of $2
Cemetery Saturday aft 'r- 1Ieven years, To say that by discharging his clerk Bob Cratchlt knocker hanging on the door. And cries--tad even as he ,stares the head I for this county was won by Marjorie > "
long
80011 With the Rev. Mr. Norris of might be saying too much, for he all has human Having thus expressed his goodwill toward I Scrooge happening to glance at the becomes a knocker again. l Thompson student In the

14crOlse! officiating. Interment since frozen omhis heart mankind gore for his lonely dinner. knocker is rooted in his tracks. ((Continued on Page Six:). Lewtey Junior High.
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!I have the thrilling adventure
STUMP'S STOKE that the size may be adjusted to I Dresser Set you may
of discovering them ror yourself -
It was quite a relief to be in- the peculiarities if any of your I We'll quit talking on one condition
I'AOE FOURBradford neck! We'ra neglecting the ladles,
_._ formed at Stump's Store that their and that condition Is tbaty(1u'll
Santa Claus would make his an ; but we simply must mention those resolve to do your Christ

nual debut in a few days now. It sets of three Manhattan handker- mas shopping: In Starke! r
County Telegraph was ting rather late In the chiefs In a novelty box that will A

be used and appreciated for along
1377AAEAYBEFt season and we were beginning to
Established the handkerchiefs for lo!
fear as 9
that Stump's was passing up III
this Yuletide fixture since the this in no ordinary boxIt contains -

1bn rRinA famous "whisker fire" several calendar note pad, and pen J y 1
i PRESS AssociAJiorAO&utxvut HI! Truly an Inspiration for the
__ years ago. But such is not the case I

: A. and vou__ may exnect Santa___ _m _most___ I giver who wants to be original and -,- To many wno friends nave and good customers I

7 othr4la' VPu / any day now. In the meanwhileyou economical at the same time. thing else falls, you KNOW she'llbe in the past year, we patronized extend our us e'l1'.vrJIIC''

will find displayed a varietyof JACOBS pleased with candy most sincere wishes for a very
Wished Weekly on" Fridays- and i Entered as Second Cl gifts, both usual and unusual We found Jacobs' taking this WESTERN AUTO Merry Christmas. In the pros TO ML

and particularly attractive to any Christmas business very very serb And last, but not least, we come pect of your future friendshipwe :
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida. little girls in the family will\ be ously and going In in a big way, to the Western Auto Associate say .
.
for linens and colorful boxes
-- the pickaninny dolls that are be- gift Store where almost item. on OUR
E. L Matthews-----------------______Editor and Ow: ing shown for 50c. Brand new of Cannon towel sets Tea towels, display would make every an appropriate HAPPY MANY

._, guest towels, luncheon sets pil NEW YEARTo
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-- RATE--- items at Stump's (and a big help gift, for Where Is the owner

SUBSCRIPTION ]j they will be in decorating the Linens Galore who would' not appreciate some Everyone! FRIENDSW.

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance t house) are bright red and green useful accessory for his automobile -

Advertising Rates on Application I wreaths made of shiny cellophane.A ? Heaters, the last word In
few of these at lOo a piece, comfort and luxury, can be had A. M. DARBY'SMRS.

BY WAY OF EXPLANATIONTo i hung about the house, will do won for $9.65 and If the man of the

slimy J ders in promoting the Christmas house spends a lot of time in his A. M. DARBY, A.
wonder at the : .
those of our readers who might spirit. MORGAN DARBY Bessant, Jr
car you could do nothing that
of the regular section of the Telegraph this week, we has STERN IIEitG'S would be appreciated more than CHARLES DARBY LOWE BROS.

to offer a word of explanation: So much of our time was'j At Steinberg's you'll find toys I to let the whole family "chip in" PAINTS

and and present him with, one of these. --= ------- -- --- ------ ,, __._ __
sumed in preparing and printing our annual Christmas S, relegated to the background n
much of the formerly devoted But your Christmas shopping here
ping Guide, which is included as a pact of this issue, that} every Yuletide apace to Mickey need not be limited to auto accessories MAKE IT SOMETHING HE

were forced to omit many of our regular features. If you Mouses and fire trucks now occu- --not with such a vast WILL USE

pected to see some particular feature or item of news in, pied by a finer fuller, and more low cases, and other linens are array of electribal Wheel Toys TIES -
... .11.
o
varied line of men's and women'swearing displayed in a vast profusion that PP
this week and cannot find it, please forgive us 1 '
paper apparel. Hickok belt sets makes shopping for any home- antes and wheel Wilson Shirts

time, and we promise to be back next week with plenty are making their debut In Starke I lovers on your list a mere matterof toys as you will

room for everything. We hope you will give careful conaU at Sternberg's this year and you deciding between one or more find on display. $1.50 and $1.95;

ation to the advertising pages of the Shopping .Guide ) could hardly go wrong In putting I sets attractive are very designs.reasonable Cannon and make towel (Double can hotplates be- l You can't go wrong In gMnKMIW: ,, ,

patronize your local stores during the next week. Illckok Bolt Setsiiaii the Ideal gift. The name of Can- had for $2.75, t Shirt. They embody the finest lUurlng|(

non is familiar everywhere and a single for only
I anil the finest materials
$1.26. but the possible
gift bearing Gala trade mark is
sure to get a warm welcome where- trickiest thing yet Is the "travel 50o to $1.00SOCKS

it Ing" iron which folds up to almost
FAVORITI ever goes. a
LATE PAJAMAS
TOO HIMBEK: J.ti.SIJ.
CANOVA PHARMACYThe nothing (even the handle) so thatit

TO CLASSIFY RECIPES Canova Pharmacy is feat- can be packed away in a mini
mum amount of
toilet space. The perfect -
uring this year Yardly preparations
By nVSSBLI. KATeeretarr e ;> -than which there is no gift for the college boy or

<< Florid Press A... finer as everyone knows. The girl or for anyone who gets arounda
Pork Chops With Sweet Pots E man in your life will have some lot and it sells for $2.39.

Pointing to improved business Of course we are always 1 thing to remember you by for at line Of of course wheel toys the Western is already Auto's famous -
least a year If you present him
conditions the country over Ben for cakes ,'
to receive recipes You can find here anythingand ,
bowl-a
of Southern Lum- with a Yardley shaving
the -
Wand editor to other desserts but it is also I practically perfect gift for only everything with wheels from

ber Journal admonishes and start us grunt- every now and then to get ( $1. Yardley caters to the ladles roller skates to bicycles. 100 to 60o $1.69 to $1.05 $1.50 to $8.10
"Quit groaning
But
ing." ideas for good wholesome n all the men on your list down for also and there is a variety of soaps, perhaps we're takIng all the
fun out of
Which is just another way of dishes and other foods that one of these at $1 to 150. Thereis bath, salts etc.-some for every your Christmas shopping -
the usual beautiful line of Man- member of the family in fact. If by telling you what you'llfind
"
saying "Quit feeling sorry for yourself really "stick to the ribs. if before have J. M. ALVAREZ
you even a chanceto
to work." For quitea hattan shirts and pajamas and you are still in doubt after look-
: get down received two of this variety i get around. All
something especially interesting in Ing over the array of dresser sets, right, we won'tten
spell we Americans have been week which we gladly pass aIn ) We'll STAUKE FLORIDA
leave
the of shirts Is the one feat- compacts, perfumes kodaks cos- everything a few
going around with our hair down the belief that they will ,| way I' of the best items
i crying on each other's shoulders. you new energy and pep du uring the new Llnefold collar;sell- metic sets, and hundreds of other unmentioned so --- ------ -

With comforts greater cold that \ Ing reasonably at $1.65. These collars gifts at Canova's always remem- ,.. ,_
greater the days are now ""' .VI __..-. ... ,
freedom, greater opportunity and us and those that lie Just ah are one solid piece no seams, ber you can't go wrong giving the -------

n more advantages than the peopleof The following Is by Mrs. E,. and manufacturers claim that the girl friend a box of Whitman's hristmasGIFT AMITY BILL FOLDS
collar will last the chocolates. Canova's has Whit- '
any other nation on earth we Thomas: I as long as .
1 t have discounted all our blessings 4 sweet potatoes shirt. Will wonders never cease! man's famous sampler done up in 69c to $3.75Yellow

to weep and wall over problems 2 teaspoons salt As an added attraction the collar a gay holiday wrapper in both the & = ?

4' that our forefathers would have SAt teaspoon paprika boasts of three buttons spaced so $1.50 and $3.00 size. When every- Bowl

y laughed off or grunted their way 4 pork chopsTwothirds I
i rough. cup boiling watei. Pipes f

Like small children we have Pare sweet potatoes add > Coty Shaving Sets$1 to $10 $1.00Xmas

been listening to stories of orgies and place in bottom of a si E m Yardley Shaving
sets $1 to $2.85 --
.1 giants and bugaboos until we roasting pan. Wipe pork ct ,
TO YOU AND YOURS
have developed dangers and fears and place on top of the potat + Yardley Shaving Bowls __ __$1 Wrapped
FOR A
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND MOST
', that are unwarranted. The knock Place pan uncovered, on top s
that our forefathers recognized as of a hot oven In order to brown PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR AND WE CORDIALLY Yardley Gift Sets$2 to $5 Cigars and Cigarettes,

"Opportunity's," we cringingly at- chops. Brown on one side and 1\! INVITE YOU TO CONTINUE Evening-in-Paris sets $1 to $10 $1.25 to $4.50
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tribute to the "Wolf." them over and brown on other YOUR FRIENDLY AND APPRECIATED

Political aspirants, sensing our Sprinkle with salt and paprika1. ] PATRONAGE Cigarette Lighters __ _25c to $2

changed mental attitude, have attempted add the boiling water. Cover Montag Stationery ___50c to $2 Pen and Pencil

to turn it to their advantage bake until potatoes are ten. TIP TOP GROCERY AND MARKET Whitman and Norris .
' i by amplifying these imaginary Baste frequently. Candies, Sets .....

dangers painting word pictures __ Howell Nasworthy and Employees - h .50c to $5.00 $1.00 to $15.00

+ (fl of clouds so black that we've -- -- '
lost all thought of a possible sliver Sweet Potatoes, Southern St Coty Cutex >

,. \ .
3ftt
) lining. Flashlights
Mrs. A. J. Wilkinson also sen Gift Sets Gift Sets
Headline writers playing on our '
recipe that were eager to; 59c to $3.00
a) ; ,
emotions, scream at us through $1.00 to $10.00 50c
and we. Know you will be too \* to $3.75Manicure
{ 1 .j scareheada that leave us half par- you're read it. This recipe like,;
altzed with fear. Over the radio
one is above, Is most appropr DevilbissAtomizers
r business leaders labor leaders po- for Bradford County because I I Brush
litical chiefs and ordinary run-of- e Military
made with none other than ., Sets
the-mill calamity howlers warn us own sweet potato. Sets
60c
to $2.00 $1.00 to $5.00Ganova .
of this or that terrible somethingthat 3 cups boiled mashed sweet: .
$5.00
may happen to us. tatoes I9LII14Sso $2.00 to

On several occasions in the na ',4 cup milk or cream \.. "" oF"

: tion's history we have faced prob- 3 tablespoons butter <,

lems and difficulties far more seri 1 teaspoon salt : :\ 1 Comb and Brush Sets,

;, ous and trying than anything wet U teaspoon pepper $3.50

know today. Panics unemployment >4 cup pecan meats A JOLLY, OLD-FASHIONED CHRISTMAS AND A -.._ 75c to

{ civil war, strikes and what- Dash of cinnamon PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR OF" HEALTH AND
I yi not--and in every case our courage Marshmallows

t', faith common sense and Industry Half fill a greased baking CONTENTMENTTHAT
1 IS OUR WISH TO EVERYONE IN BRADFORD PSTARKE
t'4 have enabled us to overt with potato mixture; cover wit harrriacysORIDA

come them and march on to greater layer of marshmallows. O COUNTY

I victory. with remaining potato mixture, ORANGE BLOSSOM CAFE F
p In the hearts of millions ot top wit II marshmallows. Bak( ,
, ; .... ._._ .,'-
- - --- ------- -, ----L.
Americans those same winning moderate oven ((350 degrees)1minutes =

r I qualities still exist. Only for a or until just heated C!

? brief period have we allowed tear oughly. "' ... --- .-- -
.
p and mass hysteria to drive them -. ". "....__.......... ..... .... --PO 'tt: '!!: :?'T1"'T f"T f7T'lfl'k"T"I em-' her .\..:-D...:193HCOFJo'IC'I :. -.ft." vac u. t'I'nv..m-J i Lai FilUN r; I _. -- NIGHT PHONE 13\ :
11138 and mil: respectively and ren- pies. Adtllll"n I.., ,
tllurk. 28 SEAL)
into the background to slow this resent unpaid taxes' for the years TI' 6 M.
H. 23 "J
Card of ThanksWe U27! l. A J. TUm IMt, I l. DeWITT C. JONES
to both Inclusive,
amountIng Void
wheels of our progress and advancement The taxes to he are evldenced. ('.lrjc. of Circuit. Court. of
c wish to express our appreciation to '52.18.A.SO: w 4 of ,'W'/, of SWA l 19.10>vo."*and rti."c'11 191T.* No"respectively s" and I and H** of 11-25-5t.I223 Bradford County .'Irld. Starke, Florida

1 This Is a mighty good time for for the expressions of sympathy Sec' 12 TD 0 S It 22 "1., contaln- resent unpal.j I faxesfor the years rep .. .
and fur the flowers sent Inic 20 Acres, more or less. 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive, amounting OHI> '
KH
I I every American to stop and count The taxes' to be sold are evidenced to 'H2.38. OForirn PI'nLI'ln .em r.
his change. We today enjoy advantages during our recent bereavement liy certificate No". IA5 and 940 of A : Lots 4. II, 6, 7 of nilc \. Jo'rledman'TO "ti>i>totu
(' and opportunities so Mrs. F. Fender and family. 1H27 and 18.11 respectively. and represent 27 Temples. Addition to Starke. hrach. if livingand: and If dead.Kolwrt
hX the SPECIALYOUR
unpaid taxes for the years192B S' "0. 28 T 4 H
|> It 22 E, ". devisees' and .
! great as to be beyond the comprehension -4 to I93'i,.both Inclusive., amount- The tnxex to be sold 1 are evidenced. said. persons.' and' all Parties grantees. Halm-of
of countless millions in log to S54.37AI.HO I hv certificate NoM' S2l: and 1207 of
Births under
EV I KvT.rf J-el""i? said Henry
: of rtWlJ i of 813'4 1910 anil 1911 .
respectively and
n.. other lands. We who burden ourselves Mr. and Mrs. James Putray fee' 12 Tp. 81:1. Ft. 22 E.. containIn unpaid taxes for the years represent 'I ceased? nora othvrw' Rol">.rt.. Buchrarh the CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c ,
with fear and self-pity, 10 Acres'inore or less. 1929 to 1919 both inclusive amounting hereinafter des'rtbed.
I Starke boy December 12. The taxes to be sold are. evidenced prYourlanti :
li' to 876.79ALPO
possess blessings that the rest of Mr and Mrs. Clyde Starling, by certificate. No. .196. and 941 of : RIk, 29 Ex. Lot 14. notified that*ach It. of B.*"" ar... hereby. GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD]
the world has long vUloned with 1427 and 1931: respectively and rep.resent Peeks Addition Lawtey. boy December 13. unpaid taxes for the years. NWvf NWi N of 9th.. St., Sec. against YOU aN defendants.
envy.What Mr. and Mrs John A. North 1421! : to '"I'l both Inclusive, amountIng 26 Tp. S S R, 22 E.The In thefor TO PAYSmith's
il have we to view with to 87310.ALSO taxes tn l he aoll\ are evidenced. bnadfordaCountytFlorltlt,1, and
Maxvtlle boy December 12. W''it, of Et': of ofSW4 .
: SB'4 IIv certificate No .
S4* and l811 of Chancery for the fore"
alarm. In comparison with the pea -.. tI..... 12 Tp. a a. R. 22 B.containing ., 1927 and 193.1 respectively. and represent closing Mat certain. I purpose mortgage; of from
ples of any other country? With 10 Acres, more or unpaid taxes for the years A. M. Ray and wire to Paul Brothers _
The total value of Florida agricultural ices. 1 9211.. 1919. both Inclusive amountIng Inc., recorded. In Garage]
whom would we consider changing Mortgage
In 1936 Th. taxes to he sold are evidencedl to $12.92. Hook 6 UII page 155 or the
' places Have we any problems to- products was more l certificate No.. 2U and 942 of DAIJ<0- All (13 Lots) Rile. ,10 R..nrd. or Maid County, .umber."ublle
that be termed than9176.000.000 of which fruits isle and lull r..tlv.ly. and -represent Etr1''? Addition to Htarke In log the. following described. "
day might Justly P.op"I'IY. -
irul vegetables contributed unpaid taxes for the years. NWV, of N\V'4 N of th., St.. to-wit:
'r ,IA ; "beyond the solution of a sane, : $87- 1028 to 1039, both Inclusive, amounting Seo. 28 Tp 6 a R. 22 E. Nand\ 914 .t 1'11'1'1.' or See.
/ ', peaceful determined. Industrious 333.898. : HWl<4 of IiIWiq< of NEVi !hy certificate No.. 241 And 1212 of Rnd the
the 'Wtx
, l' 'j people ? Nee. 16 Tp. 611. H 22 E.. containing 1927 and 1911 respectively. and rep. of 5W1, of SW'! ..... of Sea, Bronchial Coughs
True we live in a troubled beginning to earn a profit pessimists ,- to Acres, more or less.The recent unpaid. la... for the years. 13: s39y\ of NE'N7: of
taxes to he sold. are evidencednv UU to 19' Incluelve, "mount."Silos'Lot NW'34 of See. 22; all in Town.
world; we face certain internal and are falling to the rear and certificate Nos. 283 and 309 c.l 1 a"1 Chip South, Range 22 East, iii ,
4'1 4 international problems. But worrying optimists are beginning to crawl 1911\ and 11.14: respectively andrecent rep ;\, n. c. r>. of nik., rlldrord Counly. Florida:
t unpaid taxes. for the years 3 Wvnns Addition t.. Htarke Sec. And It .PP".rlnw by ..aid Bill Need Creomul ton
fretting crying and groanIng out of their holes. 1""\f\a to IIH'l: both Inclusive, amountIng Z* Tp. B. It 22 E., Compl.lnt. th.t th.. ,.e..ld..n...... of s
won't get us anywhere. Thing If the nation has much to be to x94 4&: The taxes tOt;b.. sold are evidenced "hl parties are unknown And that Mom
ALSO: SBW' of NKH Kx. e bv certificate No 40S of 1934. and I yoU are each over. the age vf 21 Just a common cough chest 80 that noW In Craion -
a ingredients
are getting better gray skies are I thankful for and much to look.for Acres In NU ( ur A Kx. Hoail Sec. represent unpaid taxes", for the years I, y..arN. IT HI THEHEUYON' ORDERID cold or a bronchial irritation of get a good dOll8 of genuJIBeeehwo
turning blue. Business the country ward"to right now Florida has IS Tp II( H. R. 22 E.. containing 193J) to 11)31 bath Inclusive.. amounting 'therein that you appear to the UIII may lead to serious today you d Creosote which IS palal.
S2 Acres. more or 'less. to (11.09AI the Ittale Day In trouble tomorrow. frequeD
r over la "perking up" and business MORE, for Florida enjoys blessIngs The taxes to he sold are evidenced f>: SUj of f Rlof SW'4 tn-wit: January 2 1939 ant January that They may be relieved now able and may be taken chUdrenCreomulefon .
men are looking fniward Confidently and advantages above those by certificate No. H64 of IJja, and Sec.. 3 Tp. 7 S. R. 22 E.': .onlllln- you thereafter aniwer with Creoraulslon an emulsified by both adults and preparation
S to better days of her sister states just as America represent unpaid taxes for the years Inn 20 Acres, more or less: XSW&WX, XMVS. Creosote that is pleasant to take. is one of the {
19HJ to 11139.! both The CreomuUlon seat L
inclusive, amountng taxes tn he sold Are evidenced is a medicinal com- that goes to the very i ftrm-j
Call it what you will- -inflation, holds an enviable position to .$43.All by certificate No. au and 450 of otherwise be entered. degree pro eontu"o will binatlon designed to aid nature in bio to help loosen con ha clIe!
4t..n. SW4 of S\VV F o' IK.11 and 19:14: against you: ofl
respectively and
When
artificial nations. represent soothing and (
among healing infected
prosperity or whatnot- Public Road. Except", Ahnut Ik AND IT [y. FLIRTltiit mu. laden phlegm. ,
unpaid taxes for the OHDERED trobl
it's a something that has greased The coming winter season should Acres In tfK' (On,. A. Alt NW14 of 1930 to 1919 both. Inclusive, amountIn years. "- Lion cous membranes and by allaying irrita colds and col ads hang on. get iTbottHicommon !
HWL, B of Road Ex", 2 A.? In to $48.10.ALMO Inflammation and by
I *
the bearings of Industry and Is be the greatest in our history NE Cor A. It A on West. Sid. : SK':'; of NE<4 of SWVi NEW ri' TO IEm FLORIDA aiding In loosening and expelling\ Of cri from your.. .inod
causing them to move faster. I Florida business and Industry 8ec. 21 ". 4 8. It. 22 ::", coil See, I Tp. 7 M. R. 22 E., contain POWEI& LIGHT (;0. germ-laden phlegm. use it as directed and If obtained,
Workers are being re-employed Industrial should prosper as they have never talnlnir l Acres, more less.The ing- 10 Acres. more or I.... 10.. a _aa w":, ...1..*. The Medical Profession has forbenefl satisfied with the relle g,tttw
taxes to he sold are evidencedby The taxes to h. sold. are evidenced I log la .btalalnic .... generatlonll the the druggist is authorized U 0
KUwtrl<< -
production Is approaching done before. But. It's up to UB. as individual certificate No.. 296 and 99 of bY certificate Nos 399 and 1380 of Tie .. 70. u..... Wlri... clal etfect of Beech ood Creosote In your money creomuIslOn, that''[
normal. Rents are getting higher, *. Let a quit I toil. and 1931 respectively for and represent 1931 and 1911 respectively. and represent Reavoubl. D*..a.abl. the treatment of coughs,chest coW ? see "-''. '
taxes the
unpaid
years unpaid taxes for the
:
deals ore going over, sellers are l land start GROANING\\) 1930 to !139 both Inclusive, amount. 1930 to 1939, both Inclusive amount years service and bronchial irritations. A specialocess name
getting a better price, capital is ,what happen 1 ing to 1244.2 In* to 110.77ALSO I O. J. PHILLIPS Lawter<< "- was worked out and asfe1.....'J
other
ALSO: All NWtf of SIC% B of : WH\ of NWH of SWy4 lat t, for blending\ Creosote with and



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POPULAR NOW gM3 !<8 tCP4P4t< SEAgpltlS GREETING I

rpwY ', I Before Starting Your Shopping i




I I Compare For H ;- i $ I

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I II ,
OUR PRICES
THAT I II I LINEN GUEST TOWELS I ILINEN -

YOU AND E. L. Matthews, Editor and Ouster. tJ -
HANDKERCHIEF I t J, '
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YOURS MAY NUMBER FIFTY
II "1 For Him 2-THKK.\l) HOSE a
HAVE A MERRY -

MERRY CHRISTMAS I =:: LOUNGING AND FLANNELHANDKERCHIEFS ROBES, SILK SATIN SUPS REN IN LONDON r MURPHy-'LA\V-\ ;' C:

DAY..THATTHENEWYEAR SATIN GOWNS WITH .

MAY DAWN BRIGHTLYFOR t 3 ,1.I 1. 4 INITIAL AND PLAIN, ZIPPER ,. j .t I EXPIRES J[

YOU AND BE THE BEST OF .1 SATIN PJUI.S1T1l' 1

ALL THE YEARS YOU'VE EVERKNOWN I .' SCARFS PLAIDS STRIFE AND LACE AND TUCKS' t t It JUNE 9TH

IS THE WISH OF EVERYONE \ .
SATIN HOUSE COATS
FANCY PAJAMAS, t
IN OUR ORGANIZATION ... SATIN TRIM HEAVY S.\TIN AND

CHRISTMAS. Florida. .(Photo r BRIGHT COLORS I .: Clerk Sees Danger Of ,
f' MERRY by Red KerceThis) post office BIG SELECTION OF 1'
Property Going
located in a hamlet, 20 miles east SiniCTH AND TIES BIG SELECTION OF NEW ;I'
CHRISTMASSUWANNEE of Orlando Fla., Is known the JUST ARRIVED DRESSES To Slate : '
; -S
world over because of It's name. S ;
The postmaster, Mrs Juanlta ti NO-NAME HATS SATIN HOUSE SHOES S. Fear that title to much valuable ""

Tucker, pictured on the porch of property Ih Bradford County will

STOREAUBREY the post office says she receives revert to the State of Florida to be .. :


MOORE, Owner country letters, to from be during postmarked every: the section Yuletide and mailed of season the I J A C O B S' Next Door to P. 0.Merry i ; '. 4 4ees of was sold the expressed later Internal at auction Improvement this week by trustees by Fund the, :,. t..

to: every state In the Union, and Clerk of the Circuit Court A. J. '.;
I I many foreign countries SI >>t >>a >>a :: Thomas ."' I
----
"Property owners have only five ; I:'
---- I more months In which to take ad's
Ia from Sudttrn Germany and vantage of the Murphy Actr" Mr ,
\ _
? Xmas To All us they arrived In London where Thomas said. 'The law expires on ,'i" y,,4',.

pared for them. Moat of them ttie June 0, which will be the date of ; a,, .
parents have gone to other shelters. the last sale and if very many j{; I'
i IN !!III; u i property owners postpone' their applications t. J1

aw. until the last minute It ,$ f
will be physically impossible to if{ r
OLD HOME i
PURE. handle them all by the deadline I'

FOR HIM OR HIS CAR "I feel It Is my duty to warn t ,

ChangesOWNERSHIP property owners of the danger of ,
!CAR HEATERS $6.25 to $9.65 / waiting too late to file appllca- "? "'

EVERY BOTTLE tlons under the Murphy law," Mr. ,
[GRILLE GUARDS. .$1.45 to $2.28 .\
--- --- --- -------- \
I Thomas said "There is no ad- .'i" i".
FLASH LIGHTS 34c to $1.05 vantage In waiting any longer as
------ -- ------- -- -
I --- -- thotm who apply now may settle i .

I FLASH HOLDERS--------------- to 23c STERILIZED\ 4N 'I( Mrs. Darby Purchases their 1939 taxes and this la the }" ;
It1 ultimate benefit that may be derived .;Q.
STEEL CASTING RODS ________ .$L31 to $3.19 / I Trubu Place On from the law."Certificates ,\ :.J b
:: 1 I are still outstandIng j ; .J
I If Cherry St.
CASTING REELS $1.05 to $5.25 I "
--------- -- on some very valuable land in
\ I //I I this county and I sincerely urge b;1 ":?1
|TACKLE BOXES 39c to $2.67 \ \\f r The J M Truby home on Cherty .
--------- ----- -- -- f. all property owners to check up .. :j
St.. one of the oldest in Starke ''
on these matters In order to prevent .
FOR HER OR HER HOME : ---- II' changed ownership l last week being title reverting to the State ,- .'

-.. ----...., -"" purchased by Mrs. A. M. Darby I of "Florida after which they will j
I BEDROOM RADIO .___ ._ .... -
$14.95 -
...'.''. .."......... from Mr. and Mm J. W. Kll- lose forever all right of redemption '
";:' -'\
::' .
:
linn of N. C son-in-
Waynesvllle
ELECTRIC IRONS .. 1.10 to $5.75 '" '. ? ," the clerk said. K
"- law and l daughter of the lute Mr '
"Although the Murphy Act does .' a
WAFFLE IRONS ___$3.60 to $6.25 I Truby
not expire until June 0, three ;f ,,
I, The large two-story house built weeks are required for advertising ;; '
TOASTERS -------------$1.05 to $3.25 fifty-three years ago In the days certificates to be sold at auction \.. '.
when Cherry St. was called Pennsylvania ao In reality, time is even shorter .,
SANDWICH GRILLES _. _.. $1.25 to $2.40 .
-------- Avo., Is in
still good condition than the five month mentioned ;

HOTPLATES 1.25 to $2.75 I being built of heart lumber above. We anticipate a last minute -
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the of which be du-,
quality cannot rush and much us we would
HANDSOME! CLOCKS ? $1.10 to $1.63 plicated today. like to accomodate everyone, It ,
Mr. and Mrs. Truby were among will be absolutely impossible to do I
FOR THE CHILDREN a the early residents of Starke. Com- so if too many walt until the last !
ing here to engage In orange production few weeks to file their applications '
TRICYCLES ____ _______ _n_____ __ $1.45 to $1.55 Mr. Truby turned to other' ," :Mr Thomas said. t I
Ify't. activities following the big freezeof The Act applies to all ,
STRONG WAGONS _____ ____ __ ___ $1.45 to $3.89 I the 8O's He was a partner. In lands on Murphy which tax certificates for j r

DELUXE AUTO __. ___ __n_ h_ $10.45 t EI Triiby-Sternberg & Co., which business 1934 and prior years are outstanding j
now defunct wan probably ;. If these lands are not redeemed "

FOOTHAT.TS _______ $1.39: .Oij, the closest Sturke ever came to a under the Act before June 9, ,iI
.. J real department store Unofficial I title automatically becomes vested "

TFVN1? RACKETS __ __ _____ ___H $2.25 to $3.15TF.'I' slogan of this emporium was "ev- In the State of Florida and the :$
Nothing you eat or drink is brought to ,/ erything from the cradle to thegrave' lands will be sold by trustees of .
\' HALLS AND RACKET PRESS and living up to Its title, 'the Internal Improvement Fund. i
you with purity more carefully guarded ia It boasted everything from Infants Owners lose all right to redemp-
tt'mCT: WATCHES!=: _ ___ _$?.5!) to S2.B./;;;, p ( II to .
wear an undertaking depuitment tion In this
I than Coca-Cola ..in sterilized bottl.I : I ca.e."I
rorKFT Wj\'rCJJF.q $1.19 lo S1..T: 'a" 1 Later Mr. Truby became one am ufrald that some of our
filled and sealed by automatic machines: 'It of Sturke's most successful growers I property owners do not understandthe

'tryrJ ";" and shippers specializing in seriousness of the
ORNAMENTS ANT> AceESSORTRS consequences ;
Never exposed to human touch until the .,
strawberries. j of not taking advantage of this
'",'T\V ". ROW A RF. SRATFS S1.6I fo S2.01: bottle is opened for you. : Including In last week's transaction law" Mr. Thomas said. "It Is a

I 4 wa the house and property golden opportunity for the taxpayer ,
(rrn'NT"' A LIGHTS 3g. fo 7t.rRa : ,. Ice-cold Coca-Cola is pure and whole running clear through from Cherry to settle his delinquent, andalso J

t to Church St. A small lot on current taxes at a fractionof J.
r raTTFRiFe!=: WITH 'FT"un LIGHT: *?. some pure as sunlight. ., '
which stood Mr. Trilby's small office their face value and I will be "
) building/ und lying north of the glad to explain Its operation to I-
Give Practical] Gifts l ICE.COLD COCA-COLA IS EVERY PLACI ELSE; portion sold was retained and the anyone who does not fully understand t __
office I III being converted Into a It," he concluded.
SAVE: AT IT BELONGS IN YOUR ICE-BOX AT HOME 1-If' small. bungalow/ to be occupied by 1 ay

estern Au to Associate Store COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO ,- Joe Truby.A new roof. is being put on and W. T. TURNER >,' f

other repairs! will be made before DIES

STARKE FLORIDA Mrs. Darby and family move Into
their new home around the first W. T. Turner 87 died Tuesday -
t- of January. In Live Oak at the home of his

.hte .------_.- -_-- laughter, Mrs. Joe Dowllng, wherehe +
c/rif- I had been staying' for the past .

IUpervul10n "or"' .NM+gTreturn /..,,_,_ _....._.__.v_...__.,__ ._ _-- ... .,w......... ._.-__.- .d-_ ____1-------____. ______ .----ft_ ._ -_ _- --..... .n.- Issues {WarningChief several weeks. .
pwyaivaauydyea.aIchool selected list of WPA clients in i C. E. Traffic of Police A. L. Alvarez
march. This phenomenon I uary. Bell Passenger lie was u native of Georgia but
bus
| loading physical exam- Hank Pays Dividend
1 nation( of pupils library books marks the official beginning of the this county. The coats the majority Manager of the Seaboard, said I yesterday Issued a warning that had lived In this county for the
I available for each classroom, allot- wanter season Called by scientiststhe Falling In with the spirit of for men, were of good that this represents a 23 percent the shooting of firecrackers en the past twenty-five or thirty years.
neat of district funds "winter solstice yesterdaywas Christmas, the Florida Bank at and attractive appearance. decrease from the present rate of city street is a violation of the Before coming here he also lived
I for library county books or, and cleanliness also the shortest day of the Starke paid its first dividend of lucky ones to whom they quality// 2o per mile. The rates will go law and stated that anyone per- for some time In Lake City. "
1 of t classrooms, corridors, and lava- year. Weathermen predict that we one percent to stockholders as of sensed were choRea by into effect as soon a* new tariffs elating/ In this practice will be subject Besides his widow Mrs Mary
I Christmas Dec. 21 welfare office."liT can be complied to u fine. Turner he la survived by four sons
Itorlej' will have a mild
More than 100 facts are ._ _.
I ----- ---- -- --- --- --- I Roan J. Turner of New River, J.w. .
,
reported concerning teachers. : I III
Turner M Macon, U..... it. v.
1 !
"ulldings of, equipment the school., and admlnlsftmtion -! CHARLES DICKENS ]II Turner of Starke, and Wm. Tur- !
CAROL"
I I Recommendations for school improvements I "A CHRISTMAS daughters ner of Cordele. Mrs., On Mamie, and Britt two of '

based the annual : I -- I J
upon .. Jacksonville and
Mrs. Ola
Rut- j ,
I reports and visits to the schools 'F'1 r
ledge of Brooksvl j
I ire made annually by the state department 1 1 Funeral
'" services were held Wednesday '
ii.t I afternoon at four o'clock I

_. I t. 1" ; rJ' I from the Wilson Funeral Home In ;
Leaston Tyler : : Lake City, and burial was In the
Leallton Tyler 17-year-old son I r 1. :, i cemetery there. Dr. Halstead pastor -
t t .
I Of Mr and Mrs. Willie Tyler of ,,I ," 'J I I of the Lake City Baptist
booker : Church, officiated. .
died Thursday, Dec. 15, ,. .
St Pall bearers were A O. :
Luke's Andreu.
Hospital in Jackson- 'f;' ::1. ',\. ,::', '
"lie where he had been confined I I : ; A J. Thomas E. W. Hayes Freeman -
for : 'i "..:" 1 S Register. 10:. K.
ferryman
leveral
; .
days. He was a pop-I ,. .\. j
scar t boy and had been a faithful -J '!,' '. .' land C A. Knight I,
IIembe! ,f the Brooker Missionary A
"
Baptiat Church for several year :' .. ''. t.; Get EssPrizes; 1
Besides his parents the youth Is
Velma
j Norman and Ida Lulu
Thomaa SUrvived by four sl ter., Mrs. Eva I[ I Davis, B. H. H. students won first ,I

ana..ell. of Lake Butler| and .._ .._ __ _.. ______ .-... ..., .. .. .. .-.:'. ,: and second prizes of $3 and $3 respectively
Tommy, Connie, and Betty n.m ------ -- --- -
for Bradford
I In
County
Wer all of Brooker; five brothers 1 p- Eve and the snow-filled Scrooge's nephew, Fred wishes him a I Scrooge then goes to his dreary home, For the knocker has ceased to be a I essay contest on the !
rats and Bryant Tyler of Pa- It Is Christmas with people. In Merry Christmas "Humbug!" shouts his rooms being the very same In which knocker'' It has turned Into a human head. Ian I subject
latka Lex Tyler of Pompano. and I i' London streets are sir merry. Old Scrooge, of the Scrooge; sends Fred packing when the his partner, Old Marley, lived before he And what a head! Dismal, jaundiced with I to "What Florida.Sugar" Production Means .
Noah and his counting house Marley is latter mentions that he hopes to marry ,died full seven Christmas Eves ago. The spectacles upon Its ghostly forehead! The I The awards were .f
Henry of Brooker and Marley.\
Funeral Tyler firm of Scrooge doornail has been for his sweetheart. Bess, when he can affordto. cundle he lights throws ltd wavering, dull persistence l of Its eyes makes Scrooge I. made by the United States Sugar<
Dedan services were held at dead and dead ssay that Scrooge is alive Scrooge then displays his "kindliness"by flickering gleam on the great brain I recognize the head at once. "MARLEYI"he Corporation. Third prize of 93
loon Cemetery Saturday after- seven belaying much, for he has long discharging his clerk' Bob Cratchlt. knocker hanging on the door And cries--and even as he stares the head I 1 for this county was won by Mar.i .
16Cl'1 with the Rev. Mr.\ Norris of might too heart all human Having thus expressed his goodwill: toward Scrooge, happening to glance at the becomes a knocker again. I i Jorle Thompson, student in the
aha In>e ne, officiating. Interment since frozen kindness from his mankind goes for his lonely dinner knocker Is rooted lu his track. (Continued on Page Six), Lawtey Junior High.
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$ Bradford County Telegrapl s 1. THE


f fI Established 1877MEM.BER SHOPPE.


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(r ASSOCIATION STARKE'S MODERN STORE
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:- '3ot4'atc6S r t m VPuBHshcd / B CAPTIVATING ; a PHONE 97

lj GIFTS FOR '

h Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second CI EVERY PURSE '" IITT.-iiirTii :: : 1

FloridaE. :
Matter at the Post Office at Starke,

CON .. ,. .._ ._ .. __ :s _______
", ''' ,- """,,,?i'',," imiiimiumiiimiiiiiiiiiiniiimiillililftimiiii', 'i i i 'in in mn"innala: "'., ',
f+ L. Matthews________________________Editor and Ow, : MISCELLANEOUS I GIFT ITEMS
By IERY by Larkwood, featuring CANDLE HOLDERS L"goe assortment
_. ._ I } POTTERY VASES: BOWLS AN)
SUBSCRIPTION RATE __ __ 50c to
_
HOME: t "' sizes __--_----_-------------- -------- -- -- ------ $$3.50i

KEEDtFOB R Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance. iil the "Vamp Toe"GLASSWAREFancy imported and domestic Items In a most unusual aHMortmrnt. -

j' Mid __ ._ .. ..... ... from 25c '
j -- ---- --- ---- -- ---- --- up'60cupi
'! rIi. Advertising Rates on Application / :!! pricedWARE
i
SPECIAL GIFT 1 heart and la
I \\IIITE \\ that will brighten any home all the

. Agree ()l BY WAY OF EXPLANATIONTo : ; I-I .r PACKAGES rrJ R Intent pedestal ami wall typos __--__--__--__--__-__--_.___.--..--..._____ .
If BEEN SELECTED FROM: HUNDREDS for
lions LAMPS THAT HAVE
Ijthaq those of our readers who might wonder at the slimrr' Priced from $1.00 to $9.00'
.fttEone their Indiilduulitj1. ---------------------------- -- -------
wl1 of the regular section of the Telegraph this week, we haa i!, CONSISTING OF .| DOLLS OF ALL NATIONS IN TIIEIR NATIVE DRESS The out$1 nn

,ly borne H to offer a word of explanation: So much of our time was
charade 1 NOVELTY CRAVOV SETS AND CHILDREN'S STATIONERY INi i
sunned in preparing arid printing our annual Christmas Sh, $25c and 50c
far too i ). HOSEINDIVIDUALLY I UNIQUE CONTAINERS ,. ---------------------- ----------------- t

Idered ot t .#?I ping Guide, which is included as a part of this tissue, that. i 1 J ALSO

>t Impoi, ml i fib} were forced to omit many of our regular features. If you, DRESSES FOR THE MISS AND MRS. Fancy linensInfnnU
by to pueratlonss t 0% B, iHiotc
) pected to see some particular feature or item of news in ,,1 !4 The choice svlwtloim from the leading Houses' of Stjle. Snappy drones, Kirtruilpinhan ( ant(
L BOXED IN A :MOST tailored dr8IIl'llo All occasion dresses for luncheon afternoon and Informal
!
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t I lit
forgive
cannot find it please us
along lift ] paper this week and I
MANNER evening wear. Dressy dresses that sparkle with Individuality and rii-sui TahlouureNovelty
ed, man ', time, and we promise to be back next week with plenty UNIQUE map. Lovely models for the matronly person. Real serviceable dresses beverage\ sols

1 Florida Home]; }, : f room for everything. We hope you will give careful conk }l ,f $2.50 & $3.15 In attractive WE O."Elt style A that LARGE can be SELECT'ION tubbed. OF OUTSTANDING, INDIboxes Ash trays of all and|types[clwirette) i

i Se several ;. >"! ation to the advertising pages of the Shopping Guide i m VIDUALLY STYLED DRESSES that will meet the needs of wen the Cork iiovfltlt-fc and I

|f nethodi I<< patronize your local stores during the next week. ;; j most discriminate and they are all moderately priced from$3.98 on up other uttrnttlie: I Items many'

of thee.tablleq -. V Also Our Open Stock of Larkwood's
; air And for the Misses from three to sixteen!I:

1' t feature the Sensation of the Country: v XMAS CARDS
in the '+ :III, 1 EMBRACING TIlE NEW "RUN PROOF, the we
.cI' Cinderella Dresses and House Coats____$1.00 Box of 21 assorted rnnU
convent as. W' amazingly sheer one and one-half thread, the
+ + & TOO LATE FAVORITE a Shirley Temple Dresses _____________$!. 8 with envelopes --_ pp
? beautiful lace toe and heel the popular three
1 ,
j housewlcorrespc Deannu Durbin Dresses and Housecoats__$1.98 Box of 21 assorted ranis
'
i A TO CLASSIFY REGIPES1 I thread and the outstanding four thread value.Featuring All the latent styles and a full range of sizt... with envelope ,49

er bust i ,' all the season's latest I shades and priced 1 Package of 12 fancy- cards

BJ' RUSSELL KAY I AT 79 $1.00 $1.35 The Little Tots also can Dress Up with all / and envelopes .._ ,2]

edoteis"L'Id Idtloa m 4I Secretary. Florid Frmn AM.. Pork Chops With Sweet Pot* ;, c the rent and you couldn't possibly make them Also .a lurge:: aaxortmi'iit of opts

*" .'InloPlllrlllm" un 'Iluw'' '' ''o' "111I1111111111111111111I1111''',,,,1,, I vl" II ul' ,1111'11111"11I11I11I111"01111I111111I1111I1111111'11"11"1 i,i "" "' i 'T,, at thefte price: stock card Cards of pnutlnillj' '

citd ag ', ass Pointing to Improved buslnesj Of course we are always i ito e Fancy silks, adorable prints and snappy !suits! any type and ranging In prlci, from
sye t Ben I HANDSOME for the Irajn" too na' featured In the Nan-
conditions the country over for cakes
buaineev + receive recipes 5c to 25o <* <'hHoliday
$ INDIVIDUAL nettes line for the toddlers from one to three
cit. wit 'E Wand editor of the Southern Lum- but it Is also BAGS '
s d to I other desserts Wt.t GIFT 98c, $1.98 and $2.98
admonishes us
lag that r 1 ber Journal start grunt- every now and then to get I 1 FLOWER ,"III""VU'"b """IIiiiliii;, i iiiiiinii ''''''"',unuiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiuiuiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiiuiiuiiiiiii''' '' uiiuiuuiiiuuiuii, ,, ..i ....1".1 i .. .KII?.i" WrappingARRANGEMENTS
"Quit groaning and
mo if ideas for good wholesome n 'J Soalu. Enclosure C'artlH, t'lInfJ
of tbelr f Ins EXQUISITE LINGERIE Xmaa Wrapping Paper and Itrnu
r'eaourcent y Which Is Just another way of I dishes and other foods that I FOR ANY OCCASION 1 FEMof it Cellophane Itil, on. All then,

1(." saying "Quit feeling sorry for your- really "stick to the ribs." 'I No order too small nor too 1 / PKECIO, ADORABLY Items Bold In handy lOc patkagri.UKESS .

q wi ar1h self; get down to work." For quite received two of this variety : large. We guarantee you'll be ININE TilE HEIGHT OF UP YOUR 1'ACKVGESNEGLIGEES

1een de t a spell we Americans have been week which we gladly pass aJ] W',l: 'C, more than satisfied! with our CIIIUSTMAS GIFT LUXUKVl _

( 'The 1> L' !tL going around with our hair down in the belief that they will \) work.A / EXQUISITELY LACY SATINS
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resent4 h crying on each other's shoulders. you new energy and pep du: Wit, AND CREPES.
+
4 With greater comforts greater the cold days that are now 11 11us vi VISIT to our store will save r
woman '
opportunity and and those that lie just all y you many miles of hazardous
freedom greater
% lt. driving. We feature'Nationally SLIPS SLiri'ER SATIN ITHLEX-
tugtiiaot t i more advantages than the peopleof The following is by Mrs. E.' / CON LACE TRIMin -
1 Import Copies! Striking new styles advertised merchandise priced l/
':Which C any other nation on earth, we Thomas: f J 1 ', suede, leathers. Itluck and colors In many instance at less than Ask to see the daintyfi

Jeing o4 i rtitfl have discounted all our blessing! 4 sweet potatoes \J" and priced from- Is charged In the large shopping f.'; and daring Susy-Q Slip $4.98 and $5.98
to weep and wail over problem 2 teaspoons salt district '
g '/. r t'1r 1 that our forefathers would have 1,4 teaspoon paprika $1.00 to $3.00 t $1.00 to $3.00 CHENILLE ROBES DUSTY '
? "
ngrfin' a1 laughed off or grunted their way 4 pork chopsTwotblrds I J.*" PINKS AND BLUES ALSODKKl'Elt
Merv 1 water l t Dress Ornaments, .J .. : .x SHADES OF C EKIlE
liiM rough. cup boiling ,
ta/Cat I I', 1 u', Like small children we have Pare sweet potatoes add WI. EVENING Flowers 1 @t AND noY AI. DLUE8-
.
4 ''' been listening to stories of orgies. and place in bottom of a si ... .. .. $6.98

1 ke, al d giants and bugaboos until we roasting pan. Wipe pork cl BAGS BANDKAUS ,
wi
U1&J r r 1 have developed dangers and fears and place on top of the potat VANITY FAIRGOWNS 1 CREPE HOUSE COATS AS
4 l 'y 1'', that are unwarranted. The knock Place pan, uncovered on top II iJiI A choice selection AND CLIPS. Latent FEATURED I N IHJIPER'S
barBofia4 q ifi$J real outstanding ,and imported
of the novelty
at In order to brown BAZAARwi
that our forefathers recognized of a hot oven fromThe kind Zorina wears -
net "Opportunity's. we cringingly attribute chops. Brown on one side and \ values priced at Items
I in 'I Married An Angel' $5.98ALL
to the "Wolf." them over and brown on other

Political aspirants sensing our Sprinkle with salt and paprika' : $1.00, $2.00, $3.00 59c to $1.00 $3.00 WOOL ROBES IX \ VIM-

i'' changed mental attitude have at. add the boiling water. Cover, ETY OF SHADES AND ASSORTED
tempted to turn it to their advantage bake until potatoes are tell. W'"/ BRASSIERES SIZES-
it by amplifying these Imagl-, Baste frequently. I EVENING WE'RE PROUD OF OUR Maiden Form and Vanity -

i: / aary dangers, painting word picturea I -- ,{, HANDKERCHIEFS NEWHANDKERCHIEFS Fair, lace trimmed $3.98

T" of clouds so black that we've I LACE AND SEQUIN TRIMMED and tailored satin-

lost all thought of a possible silver Sweet Potatoes Southern St r IN A VARIETY OF COLORS $1.00

+ i lining. Mrs. A.. J. Wilkinson also seaS II $1.00 AN EXCLUSIVE LINE OF GOWNS BED JACKETS

Headline writers playing on our recipe that were eager to-; 1 HAND-BLOCKED DESIGNS, $1.19 and $2.00PAJAMAS
; $1.98 to $5.00SLIPS J
emotions scream at us through and MB Know you will\ be too w Children's novelty linen handker
scareheads that leave us half parr the popular nursery USUALLY FOUND ONLY IN
you're read it. This recipe, like chiefs featuring 5 :-
allzed with fear. Over the radio, one Is above Is most appropr I rhymes. Assorted colors_.25c THE Tailored and lace

t business leaders labor leaders po- for Bradford County because J ", Ladies hand made lace trimmed $1.00 to $3.00PANTIES trimmed 1i

litical chiefs and ordinary run-of- made with none other than! Wt handkerchiefs in a beautiful range LARGER $1.98 and $2.98

the-mill calamity howlers warn us own sweet potato. J i of colors. Fancy applique work boo SHOPS 59c to $1.00MATCHED w

of this or that terrible somethingthat 3 cups boiled mashed sweet. f Fancy hand painted scarfs and t'' VANITY FAIR DOESKIN

t t141'tl f may happen to us. tatoes .' 1;, handkerchiefs. A really beautiful SETS PAJAMAS ,
:
r milk Ii >: gift ------ _------------ *10 ONLY t
s 6 On several occasions in the natlon's 1 U! cup or cream -- $1.25 $2.00
have faced problems 3 tablespoons butter Matched handkerchief and scarf
history we sots in attractive patterns and iiuumini'in? 'imimii'i'" IImll1t1lllllllllllmlilimllmnlllllllmllllllnllUIII"lIlImll); ; "IllIlIlIlIlI""lInmmllllllllll,1I1II1IIIIInmlllllll""II'mll; ,, ,';!nitiiiiiiiiitiiininiliiimniilCTiiiiltiiiiiiiiiiinimimir" "' J
and difficulties far more seri- 1 teaspoon salt
colors __ __ 83o and 69o
ous and trying than anything we A complete assortment of white
t know today. Panics, unemployment 'a cup pecan meats .1\ I.. handkerchiefs
and colored linen ladles
i civil war, strikes and what Dash (f cinnamon
) of all types ranging In price A T THE CLAR JEAN SHOPPE
not--and in every case our courage Marshmallows ,'r: from ._--__--__-----25o to %1.00
and industry Half fill a greased !
faith common sense
'ii Men's handkerchiefs In white as well as all the 97
have enabled us to overcome with potato mixture; cover..wU\ IN STARKE PHONE
,' latent_color combinations _-___25c alSo and 50o
4 y them and march on to great layer of marshmallows.' { Ci 'it -

r er victory. with remaining potato mixture; ,

I' In the hearts of millions off top with marshmallows Baki
r
Americans those same winning moderate oven ((350 degrees)|

f qualities still exist. Only for a minutes or until just heateditoughly. \ .

i brief period have we allowed tear .. m,rur M ta- j : ._... im" "I Nnrcm- L AI fllO: >K 1 NIGHT[ PHONE 13j j
,
t to drive them vrrNlww u < i njut-' nr 1r-r.-T'r"rr: r.Tl'ITI 14 men. her .n>.1935"\
;, 1 and mass hysteria ---+ 192R and 1>11rr"Hp..ctlvelr and reonx plea, Arl.lllion. fn "Slurke" 8..e' 28 (OFFICIAL "SEAL' )
tl into the background to slow the ,nt unpaid, taxi-n. for the yearn TI). 6 H. H. 22 E. A. J. THOMAS I l DeWITT C. JONES
wheels of our progress and advancement Card of ThanksWe 1427 to '11(1(. both InrlUHlve, amounting 1 The tuxes to he .old are ,evidenced' rierk of Circuit Court of
.a to 52.18. hv certificate No.. BI6 and. 1102 of Ar..dt"l'd. County ,'Iorlola. SUrk, Florida
wish to express our appreciation AI.I4 of NWH, of SWH 1910 and 19:II. rcHpectlvelv. and represent 11-26.61.12-23
t k+ This Is a mighty good time for l for the expressions' of sympathy SHI-. 12 Tp 8 H. It. ti K, contalnInir unpaid rates for the .. .
20 Acre., more or IBH 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive, amnuntIng 0111)5751 OF ,.,'n'.If"'TIO'll "
and for the flowers sent .11111
every American to stop and count The tHXAH to h* Hold'" are evidencedliy to 1H238.Arxo NOTICH! 'ro'.vPPhlvuRa
his change. We today enjoy advantages during our recent bereavement. certificate I NON. 195 and (MO of1'lJT : lot 4. 5, 6, T of nik To Henry Krledman and Itoliert'
.
Mrs. F. Fender and family. and lull: : remmrtlvely, and represent 27 Temples. Addition to Starke. If !living, and If dead the SPECIALYOUR
;., and opportunities so unpaid taxes. for the yearnI12D I Seo. 28 Tp. 8 H H 22 E., heirs, devisees and Kranteea of
v ; great as to be beyond the comprehension + to 19l'i: '! both Inclusive,, The taxes to he oM are evidenced said persons, and all parties claimIn -
lag to $54.31'. amounl'l by certificate Nn". 521 and 1207 of '" Interests under ald .
s sqjj
1t y 11 of countless millions in BirthsMr. A 1.1<0' KV' of SW, of 1110 and 1933 respectively. and repunpaid Friedman and Robert Buchrach Henry deceased CAR FOR 3&:
< other lands. We who burden ourselves and Mrs. James Patray, fI..c. 12 Tp. 8 H. R.. 2J E. (.ontalnln recent taxes for the years or otherwise In and tra the LUBRICATED
e r 10 Acren. nioi' or lemi. 1919 both
Inclusive amountIng property hereinafter ,
+ with fear and self-pity 12. The tnxen. to lie Mold) evidencedby : 9t't'.. $76.19ALSO hereby! AFFORD
Starke boy December are r.iy and *ah of you art GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN ]
p'1 4 that the rest of certificate N ,196 and 941 of '
1 possess blessings! Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Starling! <> | Hlk., 21 Ex Lot 14. notified' that R. B Whitehead has
+! 3 the world has long vlsioned with 1027 and 1831: respectively and represent Peeks Addition to Htarke In filed hl. sworn Bill of Complaint'
1 Lawtey boy December 13. unpaid taxes for the yearn NW 4of NW'4 N of 9th. St: See' I WShlh' n'f a.. Defendant, I.., the TO PAYSmith's
+I l Mr. and Mrs. John A. North. I92 to ii,". both Inclusive, amountIng 2S Tp. 8 S. R. 22 E I ", Circuit Court In and
envy.What have to view with to r)3 19Al The taxes to l h. 001 I.I\ are evidenced for Bradford. County Florida In
a 1 we Maxvilta toy December 12. O. W"4 of EH of SEVi "f bv certificate Nos. 246 and 1211 of 1 Chancery for the purpose of > recloHlng -
I alarm. In comparison with the peoples i ... -+- SW'. $ec. li Tp 8 S. II. 29 E, 1927 and 1933 respectively and represent 1 last certain mortgage; from
+ i of other country? With rnntttlnlnir. 19 Acres, more or unpaid, '" tax. for the year A. :3I. nay and wife to Paul H'oth. ]
any The total value of Florida agricultural leu 1 *. 142H to 1934 both. Inclusive., amountIng arc. Inc. recorded. In Mortgage Garage
i ( whom would we consider changing The tax" to he sold are evidenced to 217.98.At.SO ", 1511 01 th. PubllO
places ? Have we any problems to- products in 1936 was more by reitiriinta Nan. 24t and 942 of : All (I3 Lot.) Blk., 30 Ensrp rp rpify County. ..n"un.bero
than9176.000.000 of which fruits If)21) and 1933 ........x'tlvely. and -reprenent Peeks Addition to Starke In ? ,! descrlb-d prop
day that might Justly be termed unpaid lax.. for the yearn NWV, of! NWi4 St., to-wIt:
t s "beyond the solution of a sune and vegetables' contributed $87.- I9i:/ to HMl, both InclUHlve. amount. Sec 3S Tp 6 H. R.N22nk.9tb. I NIf", and BIf, or sEtl,. nf Ser
433,898. tog In $29.69ALSO! The taxes to be sold are evidenced I 34: NE'4.' N\f\, 01 SE\oJ.\ \ )
peaceful determined industrious : HWM of SWVi or /NEVl: by- certificate No.. 847 and 1212 of i 8W'1. 81. of W4! end NlWaf\ Bronchial
people 7"True. Nee. 1 18 Tp. 6 S. It 22 E.. contain- 1927 and 1911 respectively: and represent 0' the Off RW'4. ., S.o. Coughs
Inir 10 Acres, more fir IOHNThe unpaid rtaxo, for the years 13: Slil. S'4 !NE'/4,
we live la a troubled beginning to earn a profit, pessimists taxes to be Hold are evidencedt .. 192 tn 191b th Ini-luslve.,. amount.Inir ::'h4i at Sec. 22; 1,714wn
world; we face certain internal are falling to the rear and certificate No,.. 281: and SOU! ot tn 133.17( South, i tan 1I2JnF. 't'. In,
optimists are beginning to crawl 1911 and 1934 re* eetlvelyand represent '. AI..HO: I.I.. A,IRCnofRlk, I Bradford County. riorldnjfn :
'EMi. International problems But worrying unpaid taxes for the years 8 Wi-nnn. Addition to Starke Sec. ,nl.l-.BPPrrlniir Dy *al<1 Bill Of Need Creoimilsipn i!>l!]
fretting, crying and groaning out of their holes.If mo to Ill'l: both InrlUHlve' amount- S* Tp. 8. It. 23 B ...hl parties. ', the roldencon nt
the nation has much to be InsIn ,3l 44 The taxes to; he sold are evidenced are unknown and that
i. l t 'k'' won't get us anywhere. Thing ALHOSRl of NEH Ex 8 bv certificate ''No. 401 of 1034, and you are each over the age of 21 Just a common cough a chest \Ingredients 80 that nOW 111 ot Creoe geou1l1t
( better skies are thankful for and much to look forward Acre (' y..arM IT III TH",RE1JPON ORDERED cold or bronchial good dose! -
are getting gray In NH;: 01' A Ex.: Road Sec. represent unpaid taxes for the yearn a irritation of today stan you get a
t4 t turning blue. Business the coun- to right now. Florida has 16 Tp. 6 H. II. 21 E.. containing 1913: to IIS1, both Inclusive, amountIng therein that the you Rule appear to the 1\11\\ may lead to serious trouble to- Beechwood bye tawhiChtiu'
Day
Is Acres, more or leHHThe to til 09 In January
mo crow. They be
+ try over is "perking up" and business MORE, for Florida enjoys blessIngs taxes' to bo sold are evidencedby AIJ.0su: of $F 4 1 of SWtiS tn-wit: .January. ,. 1939. and hat with Creomulalon may relieved now able and adults may and c hl 1 dren
d t't' men are looking fot ward confidently and advantages above those certificate Nun 054 of 191.1. and ..o. :I Tp. 7 S. ft S3 Fh' rontalnInir you thereafter answer. Patti 11111 Creosote an emulsified by both Is one prepatatJOn
Complaint
I represent. unpaid. taxes for the years 20 Acres, morenr lesnThe f x ell other plead. that Is pleasant to take. Creomulsion ot the
I i, to better days of her sister states just as AmerIca 1993 to 1939 both Inclusive, amount taxes to he sold are evidenced R therein: required, b Y law Creomulsion .Is a medicinal com. that I'oes to the very seat expel!" gtrm-
Call !It what you wlllinnation.artlflcl..1 holds an enviable position 'ng to $63,90.a1.NO by certificate Nos. 398 and 450 of oBhrnr.'rVada-rrRrntprv'ourn'-0' will 1 blnatlon designed to aid nature In ble to help loosen and J
All HW of F 1931 and 1914: I : soothing and When coug due
t nations. 4 SW14 o respectively and rep.recent AND IT 13 FURTJlBl't, healing Infected mu- laden phlegm. .,
prosperity or whatnot- among Public lined taxes for ORDERED bronchia'trou ..
Except About B unpaid the years cous membranes by allaying irritation colds and .c
Sr Srr It's a something that has greasedthe The coming winter season should Aires In BH 'or A" All NWVi of 1930 to nut both Inclusive, amount- r and inflammation and by common colds-hang! on, get dSulguse
I HWi E of Road El 2 A.? In Ins to |4S.10. ..v- in from your i
4N bearings of Industry and Is be the greatest in our history I NK I ('1)1' 11 A on \Vest Side ALSO' : "HK'i' of of SWVi NEW f nTOMKH" n.ORIUA aiding loosening and expelling CreomulBion and are v
causing them to move faster. Florida business and Industry Ncr SI 83. H 13 ctilltalnlnt See. a T p. T Cl R raE E. containing POWER A LIGHT COt; germ-laden phlegm. It as directed relief obi
l "Acres, : 'I lesa. 10 wVcres, less. The Medical Profession! haa for satisfied with tile
; more more or Le s) l4 ral' ssaej wb_ aseUited. ;;
Worker are being re-employed, In. should prosper as they have never I The taxes to he sold ate evidencedby The taxes to be sold ar. evidenced ram Im e/ktalalBer Kleotrle. generations recognized the benefi- the druggist\ authorized 10h 0word. n'
dusrriui production Is approaching''' lone before. But it's up to un as in-i' certificate Nos. 295 and 989 of bv' certificate Nos 3D9 and \\380 of Tie .. reeir U..... Wlrlae.r. I cial effect of Beechwood Creosote In your money. Creomubwn th!,Ne
normal. Rents are getting higher, Ilvlduala Lets quit 1411 and 1933 respectively, and represent 1931 and 1913 respectively and represent R.......,., Oeerrlc _dabIs. the treatment of coughs chest colds, .ask for It plainlY.I -mname ..:.... .
unpaid taxes fur the year unpaid taxes for the yeara I and bronchial irritations. A special on the bottl" IS PfOdiddN
deals are going over. sellers are l and start GROANINO\\] 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive, amount- 1930 to 19J9. both inclusive amounting the I8nuln"
O. J. process was worked get
I ,Ins to 114438. to $10.77.ALSO i I PHILLIPS. law out by a chem and 70u'11 .IUIC-..
a better capital it what ist for relief you
getting price happens. ,
I ALSO: All NW>4 ol 8BK E of : Wft\ of orW% of 8WU blending Creosote with other ,and the

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