Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 30, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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\lost Merchants AgreeTo I Entry At Home of Mrs. WPA Will Send ManHere I Members Elected In November -

Slight Improvement Darby Takes First II To SllrvellPossibilities Take Places In :'.

Place CountfGovernment

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A full week-of mAde First prize In the annual Christ i I In a letter to R. J. Dill. State Two new members of the Board

l,ssmls by Christmas Eve falling mas tree content was won by the WPA administrator CongressmanR. of County Commissioners and one

t t Saturday, combined with slight- entry at the home of Mrs. A. M. WELFARE IN 39 I PICTLRE FEW ARRESTSDURING A. Green recently urged the new member of the Board of Public '

Improved business conditions all construction, of a small county-city Instruction will take their seats I

Lr the country. Joined forces toLk Darby, It was announced by Judges C0NTLSTOn hospital for Starke and Bradford next week as these Important gov-

Starke merchants agree that following a tour of Inspection last WILL BRING --r- County. "I can think of no project erning bodies meet to reorganizefor

Yuletide buying was a little Saturday night. The award, donated page three of this issue which our county could eventually the new year' work.

38 1937. by the City Council, was $5. will be found the have which would more for I
|,tter than Telegraph's give The old Board of County Commissioners -
Second prize of $3 went to the $51,084HERECommodity HOLIDAYSSheriff's
observers remarked that second annual Picture Identification the relief' of suffering and at the will be In session Mon-
Isome tree at the home of Pate Gassett
Ler before had more shoppers ; Contest. AH of the photographs same time for public service In day and the new board will meetto
and third of $2 to '
prize was given
the streets here than on this page are of local general than a little Institution of organize and transact Its first
ranged the at the home of Mr.
seen last Saturday afternoon Mrs.entry Joe E. Wilson. Five and and Clothing people or events and have been Office and City this kind," Mr. Green said business on Tuesday morning. New '.

re The post office also prizesof printed In the Telegraph duringthe In his reply Mr. Dill stated that commissioners: are P. D. Reddish
night. $1 each trees at Distributions To Be
na were won by Forces Report Peaceful -
a noticeable Increase Infcelpts. past year. Read the simple Rex Wilson, WPA area supervisor who succeeds J. M. Rosier In District -
ported. the following residences: D. P.Carpenter's ContinuedBradford rules on'page three and then ChristmasSheriff would make a special trip here to One and R. S. Wasdln, titic- 4
I E. J. Dowllng's, C. H.Nasworthy'a .
try your luck at identifyingthe contact the County Planning ceeding H. V. Saxon in District
last Fridayght .
I H. L.. Brownlee's
stayed open I R.
Stores various pictures. You might Board "with a view to Inauguratea Four. Holdover members are Lw
and the Starke Merchant'sJhrtotmas A. Green's. County will receive approximately A. O. Andreu said yes- "
win a subscription to the Tele- project of this type.
L. Conner chairman, Mallory
Tree, at which valuable terday that not a single arrest was
tree $51,084 during 1939, .
The winning a native short- *
I graph and also an interesting Thomas, and T. D. Dyal.
to the buy- made him his dur-
by or deputies
Ins away
were given leaf pine was the work largely of on the basis of October grants In magazine.
attracted a large crowd. I ing Christmas week-end. "IIwasn't The old School Board meets
public John Chalker, Mrs. Darby's grandson. IMPRESSIVE
Old Age Assistance, Aid to the
fol- morning to finish all
L because weren't the Monday
lucky shoppers were as we on up
It contained seventeen strings ,
l\vs Blond and Aid to Dependent Chil- job. either" the sheriff said. "We PAGEANTA of the old business of the pastyear.
: of lights and was topped by a huge
received the dren, according to figures made made the rounds, but everybody Tuesday the new Board ,"
Calvin white star. Silver, and also colored SUWANNEE
IMri.! Ja- public here by the State Welfare was mighty well-behaved." large nnd appreciative con- meets to elect its chairman, and I
Unon set by
towel presented tinsel was used extensively and
Board which administers these
STORE'CLOSES gregation witnessed a Christmas begin Its duties and functions for
Jailor Ben Rowe that he
f.b'fl.. the base of the tree was made at- reports
three assistance funds. The '
public pageant In the First Baptist the comlnK term. Dr. W. E. Middle -
I Mrs H. V. Knight, the $5 gro- tractive with moss intersperced county will also receive during the The local Suwannee Store one Is celebrating the holiday season Church last Sunday night directed ton is the single new member of
with tinsel and electric candle- with a completely empty Jail. Onlyone
Iry order from Darby's.lErnest new year surplus commodities and of a chain operated by the South man was confined en Christmas by the pastor, the Rev. Leslie this board with J. H. Moore chairman }
Wilmot, the men's shoes lights. clothing fashioned In WPA sewing Co. of assisted Mrs. S. P.
Georgia Grocery Qultman, day and he was released! Mon- Shepherd, by and E. J. Lewis being the
R"m Alexander's. i Judges of the contest were T. K. rooms to the value of $7,772, on Gu., closed its doors Monday after day morning. Vandivlere, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, holdover members.

Wm. North, the bath set fromlirpentcr's I McClane, Jr. Mrs. E. L. Matthews, the basis of November distribu- being In business here since 1930 and John H. Powell. Preceded(\ bya --
Sheriff Andreu would not have
Drug Store. I and Miss Mina Manassa. The con- tion. It was a victim of the usual chain varied rendering of the verses of

iMiss Essie Coleman, the set of test (is sponsored each year by the Grants for Old Age Assistance policy of abandoning stores In been little surprised trouble to have the run week-end Into a "Silent Night," by n choir con- C. O. SEARING

lexlcnn from the Clar- Beautification Committee of theWoman's Aid to Dependent Children and Aid towns where they do not prove over sisting of John H. Powell, L. G. Y
tableware because of the fact that Saturday DIES
Club and the Starke Rotary to the Blind will be Increased from profitable. Powell, A. O. Andreu Mrs L. G.
Shoppe. night was Christmas Eve (a
fan sup-
|1. H. Fields the bushel of orLea present !legislative appropriations Aubrey Moore, manager of the posedly bad combination) arrived Powell and Miss Frances Hem- Charles O. Searing well-known

from the Tip Top Grocery. In addition to the numerous as pending applications are disposed branch said that officials of the simultaneously. However, :peace mlngway. Miss Betty Green read former resident and property own-

JMrs. Fred Flume, the flashlight Christmas trees Starke was made of, and will be Increased or decreased company entered the store here I reigned supreme. the prologue, written in verse, as er of Starke died Wednesday
more attractive during the holiday in proportion to appropriations told him to was the entire pageant.
lorn the Western Auto. Associate early Monday morning, I three night at the home of his son. Glenn
lore and also the children's shoes season by colored lights strung made by the 1939 legislative deposit all funds on hand and to City officers reported only With sympathetic Interpretation, Searing. in Jacksonville. lie .l
the Intersection of Call and while future distribution arrests for drunkeness on Miss Frances Jane Hatfleld }, Wil-
ftom the Star Workingman's store. across session close the doors. "We have decided < was seventy-eight' years of age.
which described
1 Billy Powell the box of grocers Walnut Streets. These lights were of surplus commodities and cloth- to discontinue the Starke Eve was the as liam Powell and Bobby Edwards A native of New Jersey, Mr.
the under the di- will be the action I "remarkable considering num- enacted In the first scene the
from Slstrunk's. placed by City ing dependent upon store, they said. The Ocala store Searing came to Starke ten years
of In town.
rection of R. F. Clark superintendent of Congress which convenesIn ber people plight of a Hebrew mother and
also closed this week.
electric toast- was after from the
I J. C Hoover, the : ..-- ago retiring ,.lIer- y
her husband and child in
from the Bradford Hardware of the light plant. January.Tho The Suwannee Store made mon- captivity. vices of the Standard Oil Company sat

I --. statistics reveal the vast :y during the fClt few years of DAYS WILLLENGTHEN Then followed the Annunciation the plant In Bayonne. He had

ri.10. L. Goodge, the Wilson shirt I I August F. Matzat strides made, by state and federal its operation here under the management heard by Mary, mother of the lived here at his home on S. Walnut -

torn J. M. Alvarez. August F. Matzat, 77, a retired governments during the present of N. F. aullford. Of Christ-child. The mother part was St., until preceded In death

I Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., these steel worker living here for the year In providing assistance for late however, management had gracefully portrayed by Mrst T. four months ago by his wife, after
the Northern Hemisphere K. McCIane Jr., while Al Carlisle
of Coco Cola from the Starkeca past six years, died on Thursdayof the the needy and the corresponding changed hands frequently and the Throughout which time he went to live In Jacksonville -
on Thursday of last week took the part of prosaic Joseph -
of the responsibility -
| Cola Bottling Co. last week! at his home on OrangeSt. curtailment county's branch began losing money. Mr. s
Miss Abbie Harley the case of for the care of the distressed. Moore stated that since he took the shortest day of the year wasexperllIced. who, while sympathetic toward Besides his son with whom he
the wonderful
It was then that revelation -
presented by Albert Hartman. charge he had managed/ to "break lived, Mr. Searing is survived
HII born in Germany but for Is unable to
was sun, at 7:14: a. m., was over the fathom Its mean-
IMIss Lois Adkins, the blanket many years was a worker in the During October, the last month I, even" and had hoped that the com- Tropic of Capricorn, the furthest Ing. two: daughters, Mrs. Andrew Muller -X
lam Sternberg's. for which complete figures are pany would continue the store here and Mrs. A. L. Janssen, both of
steel mills around Birmingham, South It ever on Its annual Continuing with a shepherd
I Mrs. L. A. Davis the Cutex set Ala. The there available Bradford County recipients and give him a chance to try to and Summit, N. J.; two other sons
body was shipped scene an episode weaving In
lorn received $4,066 in Old Age 'work It "out of the red." Journey. i
the Canova Pharmacy.Junior Sari B. Searing of Starke and
DeWitt C. Jones the of the
Friday night by will part wise kings from the'
Thomas the box of gro- where funeral services were held Assistance; $39 In Aid to Dependent Immediately after closing the From now on days lengthenand far Orient, the pageant concluded Voorhes P. Searing of Lincoln.
will\ but It will
Brles the Suwannee Store. Children $152 In Aid to the nights shorten Neb.
from ; doors trucks were loaded and the
and interment was In a Birmingham not be until late January or February -, with a scene at the manger where
-.-- Blind; $ 647 In surplus commodities entire stock of groceries was move
.. children, and Accompanied by relatives the
cemeterSurvivors .. distributed that the gains and losses of shepherds, kings lay
and WPA clothing
ATTEND I. are his widow, Mrs. I among 170 families each estimatedto ed to Qultman. solar energy begin to be equalizedand i at the feet of (the newborn King body was forwarded Thursday

Anna Klaus Matzat and six chil- total the Northern Hemisphere the dearest treasures!! they possess night to New Jersey for funeral

OURT OF HONOR I I dren also one sister Mrs. Anna of 714 contain Individuals.4.2 persons or a Holiday,'IJeathsViolent warms up again. When this occurs ed. services and Interment.
Bedford.He deaths marred the natlon's the sun will be well on Its Thanks are due the parents of

I With smiling faces and joyous I I was a past member of the three-day Christmas oele- way north, passing the equator the children for coaching and encouraging Edwin Calvin PrevailEdwin

Jarta thirteen boys of Troop 70. Knights of Pithlas an da former RAIFORD brutlon with a total cost of more (vernal equinox) In March and them In their parts; and Calvin Prevatt, 42 died
1 Scouts of attended i I to the characters themselves for
Jy America Moose. than 500 lives. A national survey reaching its northern-most limit at his home near Lawtey on Thursday
le main Court of Honor In the I MASONS ELECTThe the of Cancer In June. devoted work In preparing the
I placed the figure today at 508. over Tropic of last week. Death came us
jjval County Courthouse last I Although June's days will be long play. the result of a cerebral hem-
>urwlay night. Accompanying I I County Bond Trustees following officers have been The toll was approximately the est, the warmest weather will come I Some who witnessed the pageant morhage.

iese boys and furnishing trans-I I Old and new boards of County elected by Raiford Lodge No. 82 same as that for last year, but in afterward Just as the cooling effectof are expressing the hope that a

nation was the Scoutmaster the ; Bond Trustees meet here Monday F. & A. M. for the ensuing year: 1937' Christmas fell on Saturday short days In December coasts similar performance, either In one He wax a native ot Bradford

jv. Frank Robinson, and A. J. I the old board winding up Its bus- Bryan Whitfield, Worshipful Master and there was only a two-day ob over into January and of the churches, or presented as County and was a veteran of the

.arms both of whom are mem-I mess for the year and the new ; Sid Dobson Senior Warden; servance. It la the continuous ; an inter-church celebration, may World War. He was employed by

jini of the Rotary Club sponsors board organizing the same morn- R. P. McLendon Junior Warden; The automobile was the biggest earth's polar axis (that Ft'bruarY'1' find a place In the annual Christ-1 the WPA and' was engaged for awhile ,' ,

lr the Troop. Ing. Only new members of the I M. E. Grlner Secretary and Treasurer. single death factor, accounting for I of the Imaginary line drawn mils fenllvltles of the community. I In Coast and Geodetic Survey ;t;,:t

[Not only was this an occasion board will be H. D. May. O. J.I I at least 395 fatilitles.Twentytwo through the poles) that accounts While not sponsored this year by work. !If}
Besides his widow, Mrs. Pearl ,}
7 fun md an outing for the boys Phillips, elected In November, Appointive officers are as follows persons were killed for short days and long days. If I t..o Ministers' Alliance the pastor I

fit t a more serious purpose was Injnd been serving by appointment since : A. J. Rogers, Senior Deacon; by fire 19 died by suicide; 12 In I the axis were exactly perpendicular IIf the Baptist Church expressed and Prevail three, he brothers.Funeral Is survived. by one son ')

and one which our entire the death of W. E. Torode A. A. E. F. Redding Junior Deacon; W. railroad crossing crashes and six to the plane of its orbit then the: thanks of his church for the :,
services held Sun-
amenity might well be proud. Durden, also elected In November, K. Jenkins. Chaplain; B. Hersh- drowned. Homicides and miscel- day and night would be of equal I I large attendance at the pngeant dny morning a* 10 were o'clock with .

jif\ among these thirteen boys has been serving since the resigna- field Senior Steward; L. A. Wiggins laneous accidents were responsible length everywhere and there wouldbe made possible by the congregationof '1 "
the Rev. G. E. Cutshaw, of the
ere i eight who received awards tion of T. N. Kendrick. Holdover Junior Steward; Arch Dobbs, for the remainder.Ohio no change In the seasons. the Methodist Church attending.

advancement. Those attending members are W. L. Wall and R. Marshall; W.. A..Browning, Tyler. led the death parade with --. __ --?-_ ing.Lawtey Interment Baptist was Church In the, officiat Lawtey .

d receiving advancement were A. Weeks. --- ---- 42. Other large state tolls Included Small Roof Blaze CCC Quota AnnouncedFlorida Cemetery under the direction of

ut t Frank Robinson, III, for Life .-- Court Next Month Texas 40. New York 39, Pennsylvania will send 005 men to the DeWitt C. Jones.

'ut: Scouts Enos Hayes George Long Bridge ChurchThe County Judge's Court will be and California 34 each, The fire truck was culled out Civilian Conservation Corps the Pall bearers were O. J. Phillips ,F4'"\

)na. Michael Dew, and Leonard 24. This Michigan 28 and Illinois 22. Saturday morning to extinguish a first quarter of the .
Rev. W. T. McGuIre will fill held Tuesday January new year, Its Jesse Smith, Robert Blanchard
roof fire at the home of Ernest
filth for First Class Scouts; his regular appointment at the will be the first session held In accordance Five states-Nebraska, Nevada. i quota having been announced this Jack Crawford, Morris Johns, and'
hwta Comer Ferryman Sonny Christian Church Sat- with the Board of Coun- Vermont Rhode Island.and Wyo- I Thornquest. The blaze was quickly week by the State Welfare Hoard F. T. Reddish.
I ynea, Sec- Long Bridge I the District of Columbia brought, under control and slight
and for
Buddy Davis Commissioners' recommendationthat mingand following advises from the U S. A
and Sunday morning ty --- ----
f Rotary Check-up
at 11 o I .. Thornquest expressed their appreciation
pea and Freeman Register have three months In scheduled to begin about
''a their to 7:30, : o'clock. I to all who helped in the An "end-of-the-year checkup"was
[ advancement awards January 3. "
Last Year
Beats work of the fire.
ad held at the Rotary Club Wednesday -
Class Scouts but were unto The requisition Is much larger
!Ie attend the Court of Honor). HAPPY ZOO YEAR County Judge E. K. Perryman ---. than that for the first quarter of with various committees
Other reports the sale of 330 hunting licenses TownsendConvention reporting to the president and theboard
boys are nearing the time last year, at which time only 100 .
fi ten\ they will be ready for adT so far thin season- -an Increase Townsendltes of the Second Congressional men were enrolled. The recruits' of directors on the work accomplished -

ber sold last The big In- months of the It
outs year. year. was an-
[ In an excellent condition, here Sunday morning at in the Corps will bring theslates
In the number sold this nounced that another attendance f
crease '
members preparing themselves I 10 o'clock. The morning session representation to approximately
Is credited largely to the contest will be held during the
become year
outstanding citizens of will be followed by a mass meeting 5,000.
watchful of A. A. Durden, conservation next fifteen weeks, with the winners
aka In the next few years. No' eye at 2 o'clock In the afternoon. As each enrolle Is paid $30-00:
officer In this district. bring of the losers
her secular training Is avail- kkI Both meetings: will be held In the per month for his services, in addition guests ata

|,ale for an adolescent boy than er Y it tF 5' "They're afraid" to go out withouta court house and the public Is urged to food, clothing shelter fish fry.
license now, Judge JCerryman .
which the National Boy Scout to attend. and medical care Florida's Income

Cement offers said. from this source Is approximately Births i

poop 70 will participate In sev- Gets Cabinet Post $150,000.00 per month. Allotmentsto Mr. and Mrs. Volley Manning

1 overnight Jan- dependents at home will total Starke December 20.
w camps during Wasdin ,Resigns JobR. Harry L. Hopkins, national administrator boy
undei I, about $117,500.00 month. .
the direction of the per ---
( S. Was ln. newly elected of the WPA has been .A... .
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ue Further details I county commissioner from District selected by President Roosevelt to More Free Flour
I camps and of officers ofTJroop Lex Green Honored
Four, has Issued the following assume the cabinet post of Secre- Wheat flour will be distributed<<: a

flounced for the new year will be I I It statement to> the public: "In orderto tary of Commerce, succeeding I Congressman R. A. Green was to certified, welfare clients at the

I'Ptt.' in next week's Tele-1 II t show my appreciation for the Daniel Roper, who recently resign. I the honored guest at a testimonial commodity warehouse here on t

honor you conferred on me in the ed. Col. Francis C. dinner given for him In Jackson Tuesday, Wednesday and Fridayof
.. ._ I I Harrlngton'j I
Primary by electing me your coun! army engineer who I ville last Thursday by the Jack- next week. .

Toicnsend Notice I I ty commissioner, I shall resign my assistant l WPA administrator, will I' sonville Chamber of Commerce. .-- .'

The regular meeting of the lo- :I job with the State Racing Commls-1' I assume Hopkln's post. A heated, During his speech he predicted the i i Tin Is the principal mineral I 1 ,

Townsend Club will be held I II of the Brookfield Zoo ion effective December 30 in time fight Is expected before the cabinet ; completion of the proposed cro product of Bolivia, that country ,

COda 1 night Work ot registerDrogram It looks that way to Jack and Sadie Giraffe decided advantage over ordi- to take up my official dutlos the I appointment U confirmed by'' state ship canal as a part of -I I accounting for about one-fourth
long in the Senate. 1 nation s defense 'lot the world's annual
l It for der I aheadeithe future. first meeting January. program. supply. ,

will be continued Gary talks In that glance .-


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., ,,. ItSliliK f I Se, I IS T|1' R S R iS! D" ,m. log !t.i $21.18.ALibi ft"" -
'net di" tlu < tnt tltti u $"& 71. 'III'' ,
LAWTEY KOOTSEY'S BEACH f'I"d.".1 it I II, l I. ,'k A ,tt.'riIa 'I \LN: j 'f SW',, 'f fT'4 I, 'mining / Ai-ri" i". too '" it. I I. N 10 6 (, f 1 1111 S 1 .
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1\IJ'I1I Effle Crawford, Cor. .r : I > nml 'ilf:I "r x to I'I'I
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O. J. I'hUllpn, Correspondent Slllli HXHVtH 11"'I.I' ..111 ti thehiarheRt .f M''", of BWVt K, 72 "''1' hritlfl' at AIllol .lie a" ,
subject to ,' I H30 lend I 113:1: ,Kipecllvely. and i"I'resent Tp 1 i.I 1. K.Thfe "My undo, r '
bld.18 al"h. H II 22 I H. '' to be sold "I ',''In
the I the Cotnutrollei' ot "lalnl.8'r iinpuld lat.. for lh<' y..arH Ln"I' was In th.. 11'
Mi and Mrs. Darby Gaskins and AI'IrovII .f t more' 01 less ,,. "II. '
City Klrttlon bulb l i Inclusive' amount- b\ i-eillfknto, Nos 612, the I
I he Hid and c-onflrnia taxes to be sold me t'vidnut'd itt I 9 I IIII9 ,
annual election of officers family. and Miss Virgie Gankins linn by' I'iorld. juri ,'h. and I$u.n..HO of 1930, 1933 and 1918 "IL"K"'H"'II I r '"k""n Id I
At the e.url .r c""I..lenl bY ,lurllflcato N'o 311 I of 1911 IIa unpaid >1 11'' I, I'; P'op
or I4V'4Be H'l'iesent In
for the 1939 held recently spent Christmas In Bartow visit- dltllon Said assets he sold 'I represent' uII.ale taxes for S 1'i \'.arl ,\ : E'4 'll ti'd. containing 0,1 1429 :14, 1f. (Illilid." "r (",' ", ; ". 17l .
year without lecourse and without warranties 191(1: ( to 11:< inclusive I Tp 8 S I years: IIm. UII I_"" "hl, i" 1111'
at the City Hall. A. It Harley ing relatives expressed or Impled. And Ing to $106.84.ALI4 Acies" more or less amounting r.d".n.,) 't1''r'l"I'lf I I'I. .hU
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crawford Muhjoil to any liens, () SI:' of of The taxes to he sold lire evidenced, i AISO: Blk 1 11 & 17 propel Hi. : .
Si. was elected Mayor unopposed ; .ncum- 1\4 n"uunt-j of U 12 1.1, 14. 16 of 1"11"1 la.
and lilt sold I
I..e. Ir .r'nr. tn list itig. .nd d.- Six., 22 Tp. 8 S. I hy certificate Nos, 1H3 to t I I:;' ''
C R Whltehead piesent marshal and daughter Esther spent livery .t said a.t. w II n"ul. joining 10 Acres, more or, tillS and 1HI! : : respectIvely and roulesent lies chltlol to "Curt-hul.1 .1"i ,. d'lr': I
her only not forth In Halt unpaid taxes ((II' the years ''. 6 13, j the I Month"11fih '
returned for another by Chrstmas in Tampa/ with par 'h.dll. The taxes to bo .lhl are .vll.nr.d < ,; t'
was year be
i'UKhaHer will be required depoBlt 11)27) ci both amounting The taxes to sold Iho "' 11I.
,' No. of In'hlv. .
bv 131. .11,1> :
defeating his opponent. former ents Mr. and Mrs. G C. Fountain 1 at the time of Hale fifty. percent ,. '..rltcal. taxes for" the years to $ hv certificate No. 616 A. ,,?. d". 0? I.u.b .

Marshall V. R. Reddish; O J. i (600) of the amount bid ax a 19)0. .to 1911, both 11'lu.lve. amountIng ALSO: Wi4 of NWi of 8WV4 1980 and unpaid 1911: .. hltti,' : this 2lii I., ",. .
taxes *
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barbon of ; of his performance and |21.40. Sec 1H Tp 6 S It 22 U, containing r.nt B. '.r 10.,
Phillips present Clerk. was returned the remainder of the pur"la"e priceto ALSO: All NWU of NCic 20 Acies more or less 1924 to 1939, both (OFI"IIAI. IIAI.I:

for another year without Tampa were visiting Mr. and Mrs. be paid upon 1.ld asset of rubllc Koad Sec 27 Tp 8 : The taxes to be sold are evidenced log to $K2.88. J. 'r1I\A
K 11. 27 9and 940 of ALSO: Iota 4, 6, 6 I..rk
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Robert Crawford here Monday by certificate Nos "
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opposition and the following were lint of the assets tn be sold II or le"ontdlnlnl 1927 and 1H93 and represent 27 T.nlle. Addition Brad f"rd
elected Councilmen for a two year night. on file In the office of the Clerk of 101' taxes to, be are evIdenced unpaid r".ctv"ly.I the years Sec 28 Tp 8 S It 2 t8-2.St-i 2-It. (IUII,. *1:14:
the Circuit Court In Starke Floillil certificate : and 854 of The taxes to be .
Aaron Blackwelder of Wauchulawas 1926 both
.s. Inclu.lv. amuunt-I
A. A. Griffla re-elected J.
term In the office of the Llluldal.r. ID11 and 1935 respectively, and represent ing t$1.117. by certificate NOH. 52
L. Harrell Jr. and H. C. Kelley visiting his sister and brother- 45 Went Central Av.nue. unpaid, taxes for the yeai of 1930 and 111.11 ... NO'N'I OF.PI'I.If
C. E. Crawford Florida, and purchasersmay 1930 to both amountIng : tW' I resent unpaid taxes 'r. : ;
in-law Mr. and Mrs. pro"l.erlv.
In"lu.lve. I
their 1931. "onlaln.InR 1.:11
were elected by defeating Inspect l"t. applica to $! : Sec 12 Tp. 8 S. I. 1929 to 1939 both '"nu. 111 j

rivals J. A. Howe and Ceo F. here Monday night. tion. ALSO: Lottt 2, 13, 10 Acres, or lens ing to $76.79. D NOTI1 >lmllmy ;1\h
H. Greene and Mill will be sold as abovo of k.l. : t taxes to .sold are evhl.nc.d : Blk,, 29 I Knllht ,. I
Young. These newly elected officers Mr. and Mrs. W. 1..tl ID, 14 12. 311'lnt Nos 196 and 941 of AJ.O holder, : ,
by Addition : NK'
net forth. per schedules thereof, Tiuhy & ( cerltl'ale P..k. to edT ,,
will assume their duties on family of Lake City spent the except such Items RM may be paid or In Wi (NHVj. Sec 28 Tp 6 SIt .. Ilil7 .nd re.p..tvely. and represent NW" of NW% N of sKSsnt : '

the first in holidays here with his son and otherwise disposed of prior to Hale 22 B, u n pa III t.r the Y""I' R 22 13. LOIS 10
January. !
Monday( 1926 to : both Inclusive, amounting ,6.'t
of The be sold
a* Liquidator 11:11.
be evidenced |
The taxes to are AJ "
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. W. 111TJ ..1,1 .Illy 2U:14: 13 40
l'.unly BankHtaike by No 484 of 1911: and to $ \ hv ceitlflcate No. 246 7. 1 an,/ 1211 .
Strawberry' Crop H Greene.C. Horidu r.pr."ent I'.rll'h'ale taxes for the years ALSO: W'4 of .E6lstn, sni.4 oP 1927 and 1H13: "" 4,1927. have 2(7( nf 2G3. I.ued'\\
SWV4 Her 12 Tp 22 I'., resent unpaid "I." In
1-2.4-l.1. 1930 to 1111, both Inclusive, amountIng taxel and have my
Strawberry production this sea- E. Crawford spent the week to $428.33.ALSO ,'"nlalnlnl 10 .cre. more or 1426 to 1419 bol deed to be "acl. liIIIli'atj03 t,

son bids fair to surpass all recordsas end in Plant City with his sister 10'I'U'1 'M \ I.K 01 T\X : Lots 5, 6, 7. 8, A, nfIllk Ing to $1292 Itr"tel ",,,",,". Id,(

'.\ ., 111 J.lvlnl.ton. Tlllby & The taxes to he sold are evidencedby AI. : All (13 r..I.II"'lv" "lb..
In several Mr. and Mrs.
the largest acreage and brother-in-law NOTICE IS 1IKKKHV 1IVKN that Co's AMlton In WUi certificate i'ua 249 and 942 of ..ks Adelton to i he County< .rrlb.d properle,

years has been set out in this sec Fletcher Butler. M H Ualney has filed with me written of l"c. 28 Tp. 6 B. R 22 E, 19S9 and 1933 1..l.I"ely. and represent NWi/ N FlorIda: t .-wlt: frldfu .

tion and all plants are in good con- Cecil Roberson and Mr. Clark of request that the tax ceitlflratea The be sold are evidencedhv unpaid I.xe. the y.ar. Sec 28 Tp 6 8. R 22 Said ier"fltlu''. "".
of The taxes to he sold 91.
anil lilt
together will all subsequent omitted certificate Nos 296 19JS to 11)19) both Inclu.lve. amountIng braces .
dition at this time. Moniac Ga., were visiting at the or levied taxes held by the State be 1929 and lt.1.t! respectively and represent to bv certificate NOH. 247 Sort .folth.a.t. AU\r? |!?

I home of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Craw- advertised and Hold to the highest unpaid taxes for the y.ar. $9.89.AI.AO, of NRMBee. 1927 ane 1931: Quarter nf Iunrl.! I ( S"rh.
bidder for cash by 1928 to 1931, both InclUHlve, amounting BWV4 A'VIo .. ulpl.hl taxes Section Ul ,I'lS", QJJ ".
prO'ld.d 16 Tp. 68 K .. 2 Tnw ,,
Kate Kc-cluc-tlon lord 1426 to : both In \
Light Saturday.Mr. Chapter IS218 of the acts of 61, 1:19. < Range ? "
Acres less
J. G. Spencer district managerof and Mrs. Johnnie James and the L"II.h.tlre. upon the following tJ6: S ( ft of Lot 4 Hlk The ing taxes to,be more sold or evidencedby log to Acres, r.Eg 'I.latlll| 1 1S.hl
) In the County x I W f. 'rlhy 11' ALSO: Lots A, B, C,
the Florida Power & Light Co., 'family and Mr. and Mrs. Willie de.rrl.e Rradford.1'11 ..t.te. of Florida to- 33.10. Llvlnl"lon., NEVi certificate Nos 23 30\ ot 2 Wynns Addition to braces e.rlrh'nl.,'.v oR ",
Huh-dIV. NE\ 1911 and 1914: -
28 R .. r..p..tv.ly. represent 28 1". 6 S. R 22 E, SOUthweSt Quart
has announced a rate reduction effective -Johns all of Plant City spent the wit Sec 1. unpaid the years Tl Quarter W..t.,.
I 1. 2. 8. 4. of Block The taxes to-i sold are evidenced laxe. The taxes to be sold lie Road Section 21 P'I
In this section as follows: holidays here with their parents r.ol. 1 1130 to 1:9.: both Inclusive, amounting by No. 403 Town.hlp
Ward City Sec. 8 Tp 78. by certificates Nos 391 of 1934 and to ( r.rlfh'al. f.uth. Itange 22 Ea.t.

First 12 Kilowatt Hours In the city Mi and Mrs. Barley Johns. 20 El, represent unpaid taxes for the y"ar ALSO: SKVi Of NEVi Kx S ,, repre."nt taxes Ac'r.. IIr,' '" I..eOnl&,
The to be sold evidencedby IflU to 1914 both Inclusive. amountIng 1933 to 1939, both Said
$1.25; In the rural districts $1.50; Mr. and Mrs. Fischer Gaskins certificate taxed MOM 74 are of 1934. and to Acres In NE ear ik Ex. Hoad Sec Ing to $33.09.AJIO braces (.rtlth'al.. No of I 111, ,
$0.8.AJ.SO 6 S. R. 22 K
38 KWH 6 the of the for the I & SV. of Lot 2 16 Tp. containing : 91 Vt of Temples "
the next at cents and baby Jacksonvie. spent represent unpaid taxes y".rl : 82 Acres, more or less A,11 I"" i. Stark'
1013 to I<>V.>. both amounting of 47 Truby & 7 H R pr & ,
SES par
Ildu.lve. Bk. Llvlnl.lon. 2 ot
next 100 KWH at 3 cents; all over week-end mother.Mra. to $125.84.Tt ('o' Slh-Dlv., of NK'tSec The taxes to he sold are evidencedby ing 20 Acres, mol' NE. West of Knllwa Wi

at l4 cents per KWH with no Jean Gaskins. I of nlnple 18- Ward' City-. S. R. 22 n. certificate Nns 954 of 19J3. and The taxes to b..old (orn.r of SK", of Nwi I. I ,
.-8 Tp: nCR. 20 K.; The taxes to be sold are evidencedby r.pr..nt InpaH' taxes ror tne year. by certificate No.. 398 Township 6 Smith. SeMI
and without th41 necessity -- 1932 to amount-
gross charges Inclu.lve. 1931 and East.
The taxes to be Hold are evidenced certificate No. 393 of 1934, and 1914 ".
sa.90.ALSO. .
of having to use major appliances PINE LEVEL bv certificate NOD. and 173 of represent unpaid taxes for the years tug' to $ resent unpaid taxes Said
1931 and 1933 r" 5 and represent 1913 to 1919. both Inclusive, amountIng All 8WI4 of SW>4 F 0' 1910 to 1919 both braces C'.rtfII11. ,:" 400., "

Mrs. II. M. McRae, CorrespondentShower unpaid t.x.. .clv.ly.. t.r the years to UO/9. Public Road Except About I ing to $48.18. Addition Stark.t ",, k .21', ro,

1910: to lii i. both 1"'lu"Ive. amounting '/ of Block 26. LlvIngHton Acres In SIO Cor & Al NW% ALSO: IEot NE Township .8 South. ,, | n
to $15.35.JuL50 Trubv's & Cos.. Sub- SWi/i K: of Road } 2 A. In 8>.c. 3 Tp 22 11."c' .

RISING for BrideA : BEl nf Si'; See. 28 dlv,. In NKH of NI214 Sec 28 Tpas NC Cor & 1 A West Side InN 10 Aries, more or I Fn.t Ceiilflcati. N" 1

Miss Eclnu Lewis Correspondent Kitchen shower was given at Tp 4 S. Hi, containing 40 II 2 I.. Sec. 21 Tp rf. U 22 U, Cifltaming tuxes to be .nll braces LH|> n. I H 'f |lq",,k ,
The he sold evidenced 47 Acres, more or lass. hy certificate Non Bio
of H M. McRae At i more or lens. are Pfikw Adcllilon, i,, M, ,, \
the home Mis .
The taxes to be Hold are evidenced I bv certificate NOH 239 and 1152 of The taxes to be Hold are evidencedbv 1931 and 19J1: .. nt flth, SIren ,ii N\\''Ik."r Nt.HHCtlon "I. ,
Ben Strickland of Mayport was last Thursday afternoon in honorof by ...rllnc.l. NOH. 192 and l')8) of 1927 and I'll: r..pertv.ly. and replesent certificate Nos 295 and 989 of resent unpaid, taxes 88 T.",nsii\| | tout,
Mrs. Thomas of 1911 and 1IU4 1''I"Nlv.ly. and 1'81'- unpaid the years 1931 and 1911: respectively, and represent 1930 to 1939, both Rnnge 23 Ta>tHald .
visiting hia sister Mrs. R. M. Bishop Brooker recent unpaid taxes for the years I,1920 to 1114 both inclusive, amountIng unpaid taxes for the yearn log t( $8,1. 2/7th. "f ', | M'I

Crosby Thursday. who before her marriage was Miss 1930 to I'Mli: both inclusive, amounting to $194.08hald 1130 to 1414, both In"u.lve. amounting A[. : of N\V' ?M: einUiutt.* |I.'t 'llr'I'i n I tick
ceillfliates with to $244.38. S,-,'. 4 Tp 7 It. 22 fi-oks, ,
1 Mlfses Vera Lee and Irene Lewis Edna Lewis. daughter of Mr. and to $9146.ALHO tax together Ad lltl.n i, v'iru
; : 1.01. 3 & 4 of Block 3 all subsequent omitted or Leviedtuxes ALSO: NW4! of Sn<4 n of 20 Acres mole NWiof NW>4 :""h, "r i I",.
J are spending a few days with Mrs. H. H. Lewis Several games Llvlng-ston. Truby & Co'a Addition wi be sold to the highest Canal t."Al Tp 6 S. K 23 i:., "K taxes to be sold 11..1. Hutlin I 2 y T i,,, 'hl

S S Misses Mary and Doris Mott of were enjoyed in the living room to Ktarke In VVM of Nl': bidder the Courthouse door In "nltllnlnl 7 Acres, more or less hv 'erltl'Rle Nos 241 ItaiiKc, ?'.' I;,,M >
H.c. 28 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E., Stnrke on the 6th, day of January to he ate evidencedby lOIS The assessment 01, th. ,au
Brooker after which refreshments were taxeS to be Hold are evidenced 1914: at 11 1 1:00( o'clock A. M certificate I.x. "Hoh. ) and 1065 of ies..nt unpaid taxes arty nndi'i, Hald i ""i mrnns ", .t, \1,
served. Mis." Thomas received hv ". Nos 341 and 1100 of Dated this the 17th, day of December 1913) and 1933 601 and represent 11)27) tn 191): both In I the ILIUM "st \Ii, ,
S Mr. and Mrs Bishop Thomas of .rltkul. r..I'"tvely. to the ,..,,, c'olo
1911: 1..I'"lv.ly. and represent 19J8 unpaid taxe. the yea,'. lug U8.81 Ian UHKNMIproiieily "r
Lacrosse spent Monday with herS many useful gifts. unpaid lue. the years (OFFICIAL SHAL1)) 1911 to Inch.lve. amountIng $ }% of N'lIVi uud.. s.ml 1 i.OH "'IIa"I, ,
A. J. THOMAS, 1both less about A. In Nil wan hi, thFreeman < "' i
Those present were Misses Verl- I ill) hot U si amountIng to 111" .
parents Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. loel'II. Clerk of Circuit Ouit ofJtradfoi'd $160.ALSo: at NW Cor of of Ni':>4 Sec- 8 Tp 7 iheii..'""", 1 lt 1 jf tht

Mrs. Neta White of Jacksonville lee and Irene Lewis Elinor Connor Said $561.. .. together with County S'torida.tI233tl6. Call & 1"lln Sis. & Run Won ('nntnlnlnf 66 Acres property' timl i. s,,iltl i I'.Urla,.
Doris Strickland Dorothy Crosby all omitted Levied \ In to 1 111)5 wan In I thn,.' ",f Fut
was visiting her sister Mrs. Wai- subsequent or ? Call St, 149 ft, 2 aPoint '
Olive Thomas Nor- taxes wil he sold to tie highest I of Beg, Thence N ogl.8I ft, The tuxes to he sold RlHtrunlc : I lluaHM I" nit: if ihproperty .
ter Underhill recently. Mary Dorothy hld.l.r the Cnurlhoune door In l'I'UK > \ >IH TIIK sr\IH 0' W ft 8 105 ft. K 16 ft, to by Leitlfliate NOH. 804 undei. sulrt i crtlflcalt,
man, Audrey and Vesta McRae Starke on the fith day of January, P'l.OlIil) '0' In, hlock l 17. Original Townof ; 1421! and 1914 "" .. 400 was' II tin n.. ',," "f T a
' Hubert Bradley of Jacksonville Odessa McRae Mrs. Mary Starling IK:19, at II:00 o'clock A. M It by affidavit filed In In NKVi of SWVi Sec resent unpaid taxes llaniH, i a--i. '*,"I', it'' "if thtpiopprtv
spent the week-end with Mr. and Dated till. th. 17th day ef December I that olp"arh'l r..taln In Circuit Court, 28 'Italk.. R F:., 1920 to 1919: both ,, I unilei, ..11 I i ,iilflm I ,
s3 Mrs T. N. Norman Mrs. W. 1918Of : Hi'ml In 'ban- The taxes to 2 are evidenced IIIK $152.80. 121' vas In (th'' i I"inn,,t if Fat<
Mrs. W. C. Conner. lt1 (olnty. Florhl. Ivlckllter::
', I C. Connor Mrs. L. L. Connor, Mrs. ( Kit"I At* SHAD r.ry. I.d gia I. Hlllhom, by certificate NOH 401, 1076 and' 1B9 ALSO: n'.j of fcH'/J Hitld and I mill. .I"'m.nl i '.ud 0:

:' Miss Ruth Lewis of Jacksonville A. J. THOMAS Plaintiff, v. M Hilhom. Derenilnnt. of 1932 1933 and 1938 r..p.lv.ly. S: U. 22 F?:'n 1101.1) i ,. I .., Z1!
R. M. Crosby. Mrs. J. R. Hall Clerk of ('lrcult Court of and the relief proved for and represent unpaid Inxe. mure or jessThe C.rtrlcal. 2,0 iv; I n .. .
J. Li'.h
spent the week-end with her Mrs. O J. Jackson. Mrs. O. E. Hi'nil foul" County, Florida, helnl l Divorce, that the defendant years 1911 to 1919: both Inclusive, taxes to be sold Unless said "',"t ill" ,lies' Mill'
by ceitlflcate No. 456 :
mother Mrs. Bert Shaw. 12-23-31-1-0 of a State or Country amounting to $24591
I. ..Id.nt redeemed
Crosby. Mrs. B. M. McRae Mrs. t lawproperties
other than the State of Florida, to- ALSO: Lots 5. 7 Kx, Fant BOft r.I".e..nt unpaid taxes a'c.1111 .
Mr. and Mrs Reddish of H. H. Lewis and Mrs. H. M. Mc Path: Akron I of 191J to 111.'I! both d.. > r therein .I
S George %\OIKI-'O ( H l'Ii'i'OitC wit 1 : 31 North Portage & part of 1.1. 6 & 8 Hold to the hlghiM lilrtder '
Heilbronn Springs spent the week Rae. You and each of you ore hereby Ohio, and that there no "el'.onlIn I Blk 18 Original town of Htnrke, log to $71.60ALMO -house cloni' I"'n t I it, flrnt( 1
notified and teqtilred to file any the State of Florida service of In NF'- of SW',4 B.c. 28 Tp. 6 : IW' of I I In the Month i t I '"r ""
? end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. claim and demand which you, or summons upon whom would personally S. U, Tp. 7 S E.. d.y which I Ihe I ,..,.a Jar,
Everett Norman. The sad news of the death Sun either of you may have against the bind the said defendant : The taxes to be sold are evidenced Acres more or lenn D 1939.. 0"
exlate of Aithur M. Darby d..a."d. IT IS OHDUKKD. that the de- by certificate Nos 412 and 1078 of The taxes to be sold Dated t this I 1st ,lu\, ,.r Dm
Lt Mr. and Mrs. Walter Edmonson day of Mi and Mrs. Ernest Phillips lute of Bradford County FlorIda. t.n.llnl. Ralph H. Illinium, appear 1932 and ID.n: r..pertv"ly. and represent by certificate7 No 1197 ,
and family of Kingsley Lake of Palmetto is regretted by with the County Judge of Bradford to the bill of complaint on the 6th unpaid the years represent unpaid tax. I n RFU I
5' spent County Florida at his office In the d.< of f'"bru.'y. 1939. vthetwlse 1411 of 111:It, both Inclu.lve. amount- years 1932 to 1914 J. TIIOMX
S Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. R. their relatives and friends here. I ('ntirthuuIse at Starke l'lorlln. within a cl"'r.e pro ronf."o will be entered Ing to 1419.AI.HO amounting to $43.98. Clerk of i li '11 i nurt

tiI R. Crosby. Mrs. Phillips, before her marriage eight calendar the against him *01 his failure to appear 6, 7. 8, 9 LivIngston ALSO: N% of NE%Woodlawn'S Brad ford" i'"unty, Flon.'
date of I he first publication of this : that order be publishedonce Truby & CO'B AeUlol toStarke & SWH of SW'4 of 12-2-51-12-30
S was Miss Inez McRae. week for four consecutive In of 28 10 Tp 7 S. R 22 E,
: Loiane and Elna Conner DotS ,&'. Hach claim or demand must a W'x Nf' :
Mrs. F. Fender returned home I h.not wilting and must state the w.ek. In the Bradford County Tele Tp 6 S. It 22 E, 30 Acres, more or I. NOIKK OF. Cl'l'l.l'ITIOi|
Crosby Tommie Lewis and Doris after two weeks place of reftldeme and pout office Iraph. a newspaper of general! cir The taxes to be sold are evidenced The taxes to be sold lll 1 \ \ 1.:1: :
I Strickland were visiting Miss spending address of the claimant and must 'uiltion. published In BradfordCounty hy certificate Nets 470 and 1106 of bv certificate Nos 409 Senate Kill .. )

Strickland's In St. with relatives in Orlando. be sworn to by the l'I.lmlnt. his Florida.Witness 1910 and 1431 re"Ieclvely. and reprenent 1931 and 1934 Nf'I'JIH It FlI-3EL4Y HIM11:
parents Augustine Walter Oliver of Jacksonville agent or or seine will my hand and official Heal un".ld laxe. the years resent unpaid taxes 1. fpark. holder' of Tat C'I
t Sunday. onie nlorn"y." i to law of said Court this 14th da/ of December 1929 to : / Inrlu.lve. amount- 1930 to 1939 both I issued the 7th diH
h.c' v.ld 1:1holh
S Mr. and Mrs N. C Mott of spent the week-end with his This 15th "cIIM 1."h.r. A. I>. A. 1) 1938 Inr tft S01 ing tn $75.112.ALSO AUII"t A. 11 1 11:17:!::. ha' flM' f
brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and 1018. (OFFICIAL SRAL) ALSO Lot 9 of Blk 14 Livingston : SU'4 of office' and hur made wf
1 Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. Elam IDA T.. DARBY.Ax A. J. THOMAS I Truly & CoS Adl. to Sec10 Tp 78. R : lon for n tax dp..d! to. b< l">
Lewis and daughter Agnes of !olrs. J. L. Underbill Admlnlxtrntilx, of the Hxtare Clerk of Circuit fourt. Staike In Wu, of NUU .Sec 28 taming 10 Acres, th.r"on. Said "'ctilfknti emS,
.' Misses Audrey, Vesta and Odessa of Arthur M Darby deceased.S'irst Bradford County Florida Tp 6 S. It 22 nThe 'he taxes to be sold : following; de,., ilIad: nropri;'
S Boatdrain spent Sunday with Mr. publication on December 12-18-41-1-6 taxes to be sold are evidencediv by ..rlfh.ate Nos 410 County of Hi.idfird, 8111
5, and Mrs. E. C. Lewis. McRae Allen Hall and Owen 21id 1118 certificate NOH 422 and 1101 of 1911 lnd "" ",' 'Iorlen. to-wlt
t McRae attended the Christmas celebration (run av min. OF '.\X 1932 and 1911 and represent resent unpaid taxes of' S\Vt4 'u,,'d.W ;twt.915l4 .
Mr. and Mis A. A. Hutchinson 1-23-4-1-13. unpaid r..p."lvely.the 111 JO to 11:1.: both ,' ,, W of H\ & sIlt

55 and son Elary, of Vanderbilt and at the home of Mr. and Ml'IKK OF .%I.I'l 4)P '1' IX NOTICE C'ITI'U'11 HIIURY .' that 1931 to 1419 both laxel Inclusive amounting y"lr.- Ing to $ BKVi W of Rv A N ">fall hra'
Mrs. Ancel Normun Christmas Eve teit''i FIC''I'I':HN r). K Knight Knight have to Said tax certificates 11', of SH', "if S\'\ "
Mr. and Mrs. Ralford Alvarez of A OTIC) 15 IS Hl.HKBY (JIVHN that filed with me written lequest that $3.40.AI.o Lot. 5, 6, 7. 8, 10, all subsequent omitted Iranch. Section "' Pi' 8.2

Pine Level spent Sunday with Mr. family reunion was enjoyed Frank Ttmmax has filed with me Die tax c.rltl"ate. together with 11 of Blk 19 Livingston, Truby taxes will he sold to Arr. .
h and Mrs. Everett Christmas Day at the home of Mr. written request that I the tax certifIcates all ,.. II levied A ('o's Add. to Starke In Wu, of bidder at the Court The asHessmeni of ''h. ,ahd I
S Norman. held State Stark on the 4th, day under (the ".Id I .rtl'
taxes by'the
and Mis. V. A. together with al Huhxequentomitted adv"rl- NHV4 Sec. 28 Tp. 6 S. R 22 E, .Iy .
: Mr. and Mrs. David Paulk and BrowningMr 0" levied held by the ed and Hold to the h Ilh..t hldd.r The taxes to he sold are evidencedby I'.IIH. at It :DO o'clock A I ..d was In I tht ')11.1' '.f L

daughter Fay of Jacksonville Mr and Mrs. Jack Goodge have State be advert, >.,1 and Hold to the for cash .. provided Chapter certificate Nos 485 and 1118 of Dated this the 15th, CnleHH saul '''Ilflel' Ift.1.
bidder, for cash 18296 of the 1937 acts of the Leirlsatute ".mblr. : r.dum.,1
moved to our section front Sampson highest BH provided tills and 1911 respectively, and represent 19:8.OF"'ICIAJ. w
: .
'S spent the week-end with her par- by Chanter 18296 nf the 1917 nets ofthe upon the following describedreal unpaid taxes for the ( SRAL) ,Ih.r.ln bidder *'
S <5fl5< Mi. and Mrs. Walter Under City. We welcome them here. 1''MI.lalure. upon the following estate In the County of 11..d- 1930 to 111. both Inclusive, amounting Y"lr.- A. J. THOMAS. .01 to the highest the
house door "n
& Miss Lizzie Harnage of Uma- d..lh. r..1 .late In the Countyof ford StatS nt I'.orlda.. to-wlt: to $ (leik of Ilrcllt In the month if lanuurr tint.
bill Iliiidfold\ State of f'iorida. to- tnvv of 36 TP ALSO: Blks 20, 21, 21. Livingston Bradfoid >",
S 4 Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter and tilla. spent Tuesday with her un- I wit: 5 S. R 21 R/ containing 4 Truby & Co's Addition to I' 51 2-I 6-I t-12-80. I. the 2nd ,11"r

children of cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. 11'nf RE\ & .SJ< of sw'4 of Acres, or less Staike In W\0 of NEVi Sec. 28 'I 1939Dated this I lot ,I 1m r I.
Heilbronn spent Sun- sl' S S'4' of SW'i Sec The taxes to be sold are evidenced Tp 6 S. R 2i ,. (>ui>iit OPpi' I. .
i day with her mother, Mrs. Bert in Tp US. It 20 II. containing hy ,'"rlfr.t. NOH 121 and 326 of The taxes to he sold are evidenced NO-IUK: TO I'' OFFICIAL SP\LI

Shaw. and Mm O. J, Jackson spent 100 Aciex, nor. or I... 1910 ald r".perlv.ly. and represent hv ..rlfh.al. NOB 476 and 1119 of To henry Friedman A J. THOMA1cieik
.5 5 the with her The taxes to be Hold, are "vld.n".e unpaid 101 the years 1930 : re"le..tlv.ly. and, represent I Bachrach If and .if '"jr, ,u"Ih.I"'e
' S. The Rev. H M. Tillman of Jack holidays mother Mrs. by lelllflcilte, VOH 17 and 1929 to 1119. both inclusive amountIng unpaid taxes for the y"ar. heirs, ( Uvlnl. ', ., ,'lo

sonville Eva McMilltan, of Starke. and I 1111 and teprexent unpaid taxes to $14.1.AI.so 1929 to 1419.: botb In.lu.lve. amounting said persons, .and. all
spent Saturday night with Remember the foi the years IIIM to Ila9.: both In- : of Sfi'4 Sec. 13 i tn $70.50. inn under 12-3-5t-I-30
services at Pine NW\
, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Underhill. c'lu"lv. ""HnlnM to > .OJAI Tp as. m. containing 40 ALSO: Lots 3, 4. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Int.re"t.and Robert iv 'iiiK C'Ie1 I illiR'I

I Elder W. E. Hall and wife andS Level Church this weekendVANDERBILT. >!(": NWl of OWH A'res. more or I".. 10. H, t of Blk 24 LIvingston I "fA.I.J''I"dlan' otherwise. In MI IOil 11 ...Hi"'r
._ Sec 24 '1. 7 S. I. 20 E.. 20 The taxes to be sold are evidenced Truby Co's Acid to Staike In piopeity hereinafter : ,' PI.OKIIMNOT I' 11
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Murrhee and .' .". "or. or lexH. hy certificate NOH 115 and 382 of Wty' of N13>4 l"c. 28 '1". 6 H R You and each of you It'K I IN h" i I

5; little son of Green Cove Springs, The lax.. be Hold me evidenced 1932 and 1911 r".p."lv.ly. And represent 22 Ij., notified that It B and by \lrdi 'hI'' ,11"'}! i
bv Nnx 74 and 24$ of unpaid the The be sold Ih
Miss| Vc'lin.i c.rllfh'll. tax. years taxes to are evidenced filed his sworn Hill of i '
was visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Norman, 'or. 1912 .ld : respective! and' represent 1911: to 1914 both Inclusive amounting iv ",'I"rol. Nos 477 and 1120 of against you 'r.e, 1" Irttl fU', H ""i I "' C.>

Conner recently. unpaid' taxes fiir the years to S8 4.60ALSO 1930 11:3: re"I'llv.ly. relresent '- KlKlith Judicial. .Ir"ull ,>In ('h'I', tie "
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Mrs. J. W Knight and little till to I tOte. both inclusive, amutint- : NW\1 of NW'4 of 8n'4:' taxes for anc y.ar. for Bradford o1nly. If Iletembel. l 1) 1"' 1 "
log to $4.2:1.A.S" : Sec 25 S. 11 2 I.;. containing 1929 to 1919: ', both Inclu.lve. amount- ( Partition' thi .ill i II' ,,iiIC, ,
daughter Sandra, were guests of : '?, of NKW ot 8W'i 10 A"re. or less. log tn 1 rrrhRftO : r tnI J. F' haw ,. I1''"'"'"'1

t Mrs. KniRht's parents Mr. and Sec. 1 Tp II H I. 21 E., 10 The taxes to be sold are evidenced $0.3.1.AI.HO: 1. 2, 1. 14 Blk 24, A. ,Ray and IJu. I Shnw i'i( ,il "II d.l"
BUSINESS A're. more or I.... by certificate Nos 265 and, 785 of 1.lvlnM"lon. Truly ('0' Add., ers Ino.. rerO'd.,1 "I0a vlrtui. f "I ''PI''
Mrs. F M. Norman, for the the taxes to be H"M are evidenced 1412 and 111): :) r,>p"'llv.ly. end represent Itark", In Sec &Tp. S. It. Book 6 on page 165 Court therIn.. m iide, U

Christmas holidays by (..rlrh.ale No. 26 and 314 ot unpaid taxes the years 22 ., Records of said CommlHHion., i r. ,' I.ol.I'
! DIRECTORY 1925 : respectively and represent 1911 to 1914. both Inclusive, amountIng The taxes to be sold ar.evidenced ing the tolowln& ". Court. will i I ifffi flr'wil
: Misses Violet and Geneva Rosierof unp.ld taxeS for the years to $3.98. bv certificate NOH and 382 of : to I lh' hllh..t "'I

Gainesville are visiting Miss \9H to 5989.: Incu"lve. amounting : of NW'4 of 8B 4 1930 and 1934 re"peclvely. and represent .r'YN%. and 5'of ..I. cash, fl 1\ 01 (
to $92.10 Sec 25 '1. 6 S. R. 2 K, containing un".le the years 24; NE', dooi of th. I S tin Io''
Velma Norman. NII.nt
c : K of VWVi of NHVi acres or less 1929 to : Inclusive, amounting SW* / "' rke, (I Ii t tog III
Misses Irene Sapp, Alice Edwards 11.J:4 ,. A R-Vj of SWVt of 1'he I""e. to be sold are .vll.nc.e to $11:9.. of the SWV4 of \ of Fllrlll.ra I'h,' fld.lanuary

Sei10, Tp 6 S. K 2 E.. bv certificate NOB. 288 ALSO: I.nl. 3. 4 of Blk 1 Temples 21, a%, SVj of NEi/t r Hile.> It- ''hI toll
and Velma Norman attended containing 36 Acres, or 1912 and 1931 r""I.eclvely. and represent Add to Starke, Sec 28 Tp. NWof See 22; all lands. I'' wit

The drink Sunday School at Raiford Sun- lens unpaid taxe. tnI the y.ar. 8 S. R 2 N.! ship 7 South, Rang. 1414 b.,1 Lot I. II Se'titATwp.
The taxes to be Hold are evidencedby 1911 tn 919. both 11"lu.lve. amountIng The to he sold are Bradford County 1 S. It. 20 Scat. "rpl'

day.Mr. certificate NOH 105 .185, and 65 to $3.98.AL bv r"rlllcal. NOB 505 "vlc"nc.e And It appearing by lot 60 ft by ion f "
that and Mis. H. L. Norman and of 191.1: 1013 and 1917: r..pe"lv.ly. : SW\ of NEVi nf SEU 1910 and represent Complaint that the negro church; and "x.pl I','

family of this section spent Christ and represent the Inpald ta"e. '1 S. R. 22 B. containing I unpaid re"p.c.tv"ly.. the y"ar. said parties are of-way of H A i I. lIp a
everybodyknows the y.ar. 1911 to ISM'J: both Inclu- Acres, more or lens 1929 to 1919. both Inclusive, amountIng you are each over the saul Lot I. containing \i'
mas with Mrs. Norman's parents nlve, amounting to $U.5. The taxes to .sold are evidenced tn y"lr. IT IS TH more orle-

Mr. and Mrs. J M. Rosier. ALSO: E'. of 11 nf NRVi by certificate Nos 134 and 787 of $1145.AI.O I. 2 of Blk 2 Temples ED that you appear N. ; Wnlnllhl., |
dec II Tp S S. II 2 K, contaming 1928 and 1933 r..peclv.ly. and rep- Addition to Starke Sec 28 therein the Rule Day E. HIY'
Mr and Mrs. F.1. Norman 20 Aries, or less r."nt unpaid taxe. the years Tp 6 S. R 22 K, to-wIt January 2. J. IS. ( .
Mrs. J. W. Knight and daughter The taxes to be Hold are evidencedby 1t 1414 both Inclusive, amountIng The taxes to he sold are evidenced you thereafter answer }; ,' ",..
: certificate Nos. 1 and 281 of 19.12 $5LIi.ALSO bv certificate Nos. 506 and 1180 I of of Complaint or file K. Ferryman,
5l/ Sandra Knight, were dinner guestsChristmas and 1911 r".p.rlv.ly. and represent : WW, of NEM of NWV4 1930 and 1911 and represent log therein, as 'Siic'itor (or '' 011,151110nt.,

of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. unpaid lax.. th. years 1931 to Sec 27 Tp 5 S. R 22 E., containing unpaid re.pectv"ly., the years otherwise decree pro t-1 2-30.
I'Mi.: both Indu.lv. amounting to 20 Acres mol' or less 1924 to both amounting be entered against you;
I Bloodsworth at Raiford. I $37.96. The taxes to he .ohl are .vld.lc.e tn $139. Incll.lve. AND IT IS I 'l'MeI S 4IE ". 'n: 8T'OF
i Milton ALSO: of NWIJ Sec 12 by No. 815 of S ALSO that this order be Ii
COCA COLA DOT Norman of this section is W4 c.rlflral. : J.nl. 4. I of Blk 2 Temples "'LOlt" I II
SS' i Tp 58. I':., .onlalnln&80 taxes for the year Addition to Starke, Sec 28 each week for four appearing affitifltit!
Mr. and Mrs. t'itCliiI
visiting H.
r 1934 both inclusIve weeks prior to In
Ro A"re. more or 11'3 to Tp 6 S. R 22 R. January i'artairi reuse it''
Sc sier and family In Gainesville. The taxes to he Hold are evidenced to $1.81.AI.O The taxes to be sold are evidenced the Bradford County ( ,nIY, Fllrld.".
S WE ARE 'hy certlfliate No.. 80 and 285 of : of SW' of NW'4 hv NOH 607 and lINt of newspaper of general Iradlord. ( Cyrtie f'
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rosier and c.rlflral. .ntll.
PRESCRIPTION 1912 and 19:II r..p..tv.ly. and represent W.!* of Sec. 10 1910 respectively, and represent said ('Olnty.WITNESI. Siariorie
family of Gainesville, were visit unpaid tax.. the year. Tp II 8 ft E.. containing 40 unpaid taxe. for the years MY HAND I'alnlf. for being| 51v0t',, r''
''I EXPERTS 1911 to 1119 both inclusive amountIng Acres, or lens 1914 Inclusive Court, a
nor. amount-
: Mr. and
ing Mrs. H. L. Norman of I to U 1,1 The taxes to be sold are evidencedby 112910 of December 1938.OFFICIAL Ku-rass.s ,K g-n'Plllnllfh

1 CARPENTER'S this section Monday morning. AI.MI. Nf'I. of NES.c.. 13 certificate Nos. 273 and 918 of III .$942.A I. 2 of Frac'l Blk ( SEAL) and that rld'

: A large number of folks from Tp. S. H, contRlnlnl 40 1931 and 1933 re"p"'lvely. anI represent 6 Temples Addition to Starke A. J THOMAS e Slate 'f uP"
A. Clerk
Acren. more, or unpaid years Sec. 28 6 S. I ot '
I. taxe. Tp K 22 E.. "(' (
. The Rexall StoreS heie attended the Christmas program The taxes to be .ol are evidenced 1910: to 1919, both Ineu.lve. amountIng The taxes to he sold are evidenced 1 2-2-5 tI 2-30. ". ya'Wa.NJtf I

at the Raiford church last by cerlfl.at. 81 and 288 of to U1.01 by certificate Nos 610 and 1185 of IT.
1912 and represent : % of HKV4 A 1930 and 1911 No'rlC1 OF.APHI ,, <
r".pe.lv"ly. AI.O NW' -
4 SEE ME BEFORE YOU WIRE Saturday flIght unpaid tax.. the years of ,' Sec. 12 Tp 6 H. R 2 ., unpaid r."peclv"ly.I.xe. ane represent TAX ": bill cOnplan.SStf]

Mrs. Amanda Silcox and sister. 1931 to 191: both InclUHlve, amounting containing 80 Acr., or 1929 to 1414.: both Inclusive amounting y.ar. Senate Still ISo. U.19' ,
Estimates HEHKBY .bruary. ; nttir
Cheerfully SHHX1 less to U3.06.I"t. NOTICE "" .,
W. wIl
Given Beulah, were week-end guests of ALSOWVj of ME' S.r. 21 '1. The taxes to he sold are evidenced 3, 4. E of Blk 7 Tempi. tificate. holder r"nf..o for her .0 "JOCJ

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman. 7 S. It. 2 1.. containing $ hy certificate N.. 276 and 314 of .. Addition to Starke, Sen 2 Issued August Numbered T, 1911 ." order b. puhl.h, w'j
I Acres, lexn 1931 and 1935 ...pe"lv.ly. and represent Tp 6 S R. B for fom' 1."cU T.I'l r|
2 August 7.
H. 1833
Norman. Crews and has filed ,
E. A. WINKLER Kirby .
L The taxes to be Hold are evidenced unpaid the y.ar The taxes he sold are evidenced and has Bradfoid """JJgi cir 'I
S Vollle Manning were In Jacksonville I hv r.rllh."te Non, 164 of 1931, 604 1410 to 1919, both Inclusive, amount. by cerlf"'al. Nos. 511 and 1187 of ofl. to b made ". rf l.n.ra.oonl
Radio and Electric Service of 1914 and 184 of 1914. Ing to $14.8. 1930 and Issued .. in
rep. Certificates
on business last Friday. and represent unpaid taxes for the ( / NWI/, of 9WV, resent unpaid re"l.eclv.ly.the years the w,: : 1d '
S y"ar. 1930 to 111, both Inclusive, A wt t114t of HVVl/4' Sec, 12 1929 to 1914. both Inc11.lve. amounting In the following County; of : r"hl.hed I) h l'hi. $O'
Mont'K OK n\i.K t .2*
PLUMBING amo.nlln. 1147 Tp. 6 S R. }. containing 40 to Florida, to-wlt I said "olr
NOTIJl IM IIKIUOBY CilVEN that 1.10: SKV. of HW'' of SRV4 A're. more or less $0.98.ALIO: .8, 1 of Blk 7 Tem Certificate : .a h.
Prompt Service at title and Interest which A s of HWViof The taxes to be sold are .vld.nced to Starke, Sec. 81. 193.
) Et. "UOtJ. .. Addiion 7, 10, U. 41 tEAI"IAS
the underslarned Liquidator has Inand gee II 22 B, hy certificate Nos. 314 and 917 of 28 Tp E, Section 21 O.'FJCIAL J. 'It Cr
Reasonable' Prices to substantially all of the re- "containing 1 Acren. more or lens 1933 and 1933 r..p.clv.ly. and represent The taxes to h.Z are evidenced flange 23 Township Clerk Jf ..'ircuBrsuif0r' Fl'
Let Me Estimate Your Job malnlnir assets or the Bradford The taxes ha Hold are evidencedby unpaid taxe. the years bv c.rttcat. ..ole. and 1181 of acres more Ea.t .un y
County flunk titarke. Florida. will certificate No. 310 of 1911. and 1931 to 1939, both Inclt.lve. amountIng 1931 31 and or Ie. FRANK 1.ANPMAttorney
rep Certificate .
C. M. RITCH be nte.e" toy ..1. Individually and represent unpaid taxes for the years to $513. resent Inl.ald r..p.rlv.ly.the years rot A of for Plalntl.
at public outcry at the nao to 1939 both amount of W14 of 2 8' 40 *
"oleclv.lJ Incu.lve. ALO: 4 NWI. 1910 to 1939, both Inclusive, amount- 4 ail 8 In 1-9'-6-1-6,

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you have to do Is this: Grouped here ere eleven photographs of Bradford County semen and people. Each picture la numbered.On a .,.
separate sheet of paper write your answers to the questions appearing on this pane, numbering each to correspond with the picture about
e which the question, Is asked. Mail, or bring, your answers lo the Telegraph ua soon as possible and the above prizes will be awarded for
! the first three sets of correct, or most nearly correct, answers. Each entry must be accompanied by a list of at least five suggestions or 1 "i''
1, Ideas for pictures that you would like to see printed In the Telegraph. Simply state In a few words the persona, object or scene that ? ,a
tL fm you would like to see reproduced and your reason for thinking It would be a good picture subject. "
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This plant represents comparatively new
u 1Ev Industry for liradfard County Where Is this building -
f Y located and for what purpose was It Constructed ;
Clue: In case you're stuck on this one think '1
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mind saying that her last With the Hoe". This In Bradford. 1 County's "man ,
w..."_ _'___1 __ name Is the same as that of with the hoe." Give his name and. tell us where (' ;
one of the early Presidentsof he lives. Clue: He was one of the first strawberry .
2. our country. growers In Bradford County.OECEM .
Here's the boy who knows how It feels to havea
Japanese bomb drop within a few feet of where he
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t>Ie familiar to almost everyone by d luring the year, whom constant 'I!
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I1 6. if this young fel- his i job Is. e dly greatly miaa. Give his name.
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L'I I expense, but in an effort to keep abreast of ,p a f

the times, began using pictures of local scenes and

people to brighten our pages and add to reader interest -

We believe that the extra effort these pic-

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1I I able comments by our readers who have recognizd *

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comments and suggestions, not only 1.1 The subject of this picture had the good luck to retire on aas If you read the Telegraph each week as thoroughly as then
]predate your pension about a year ago What Is his name? and what did he do young fellows are doing, you shouldn't have any trouble Identifying allIs
j to our efforts in the past, but !in regard to new for a living before he retired This should be easy considering the the pictures on th page. Given names not necessary, but we'd like
ji i deas for the future. background shown in this photograph to know their faml ly name.

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Miss Edna Lewis LIBERTY BECKONS TO REFUGEES atlves( in Waycross, Ga. of Starke Sunday -_. 181S
Miss Bonnie B. Turner spent Everyone
i' I And Bishop Thomas last/ week in Live Oak, visiting church at 'rs ,8rul, ',
Long tlllnd!
Mr and Mrs Joe L. Dowllng. :::,, verY'
i-f-iJiJetYj Are United In MarriageThe Sunday fll'lt
:Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lazenby and I --.
k r1F marriage of Miss Edna F family of New River are on a tour 4
AGEi B LJsr' Lewis, daughter of Mr and Mrs In South Florida during the, MAIIKKTS: "I'! >sErt'; II
II II Lewis of Starke, and Mr Christmas holidays.J TALLAHAa> ::.h: ,

Starke Grove Meets Friday Night Bridge Club Bishop Thomas, son of Mr. and 0, Turner of: Macon, Ga., and i' state owned 10'1\1 mar, siarkeqt l'r'.I&, <'< '
Mrs. Robert Thomas of LaCrosse, Playing an ImpIJ"llIli, ,
T A. Turner of Wildwood
Tuesday Night Enjoys Christmas Party was solemnized December 18 at 4 were son visiting friends, and relativesat Ing farmer and )S, ,'pert w, .>In help)
o'clock In the afternoon in the find l 'a u,
278 held its Members of the Friday Night hate ? p".tltll";
1 SUrke Grove regular Long Bridge and Starke Thursday "11th"
1t home of the bride's parents. produc for
a delightful So ,.
business and program meeting Bridge enjoyed afternoon. nUl SHrUI
1 ta'r Ifh Tuesday night Dec. 27 In the W. covered dish supper lust Thurs- Quantities of red roses and fern Mr. and Mrs. C. C, Butler and been their ,IIpel..I"II', .11.1 bill
l h e ecoy" O. W. hall with the guardian. Mrs.A. day night at 7:00: o'clock at the were used In making the Lewis' states are planning t., I(jo oilier
J. Griffin in the chair. home of Mr. and Mrs. H, C. Flitch home an attractive setting for this i I S Pr little daughter, Blanche, were vis- model and turn to, ? ,ta "' tile
i Itlng Mr and Mrs. Parnell Tyson, set \* tile
simple, but beautiful wedding. The I up
; An impressive initiation service on Call St. I
"( was held for one new member aft- The living and dining rooms of traditional march was played by -' -
which a brief business session Miss Irene Lewis, cousin of the FUNERAL
er the home were tastefully decorated I DIRECTOR
bride. 7f
+ was conducted by Mrs. Grlffls In the Christmas manner with Yean
By My Many Experience Makes It Possible
Plans were made to send basketsof evergreens, holly silver and red An attractive blonde, the bride EFFICIENT PROMPT and for Me u.. !tender
130 t tJ. flowers! to two sick membersand Christmas balls and red candles wall dressed In royal blue, trimmed COURTEOUS SERnCIt
plans were also made for the being used effectively. A miniature In gold. She carried an arm bouquet ..",-, -. MODERATE PRICES
J. Circle and the W. O. W. to have silvered Christmas tree, dec- of white carnations.Miss DeWITT. C. JONES
NEW YORK, N, Y -Lined up against the rail German and Austrian
joint Installation In the Woman'sClub orated with red and silver orna Vera Lewis, another cousinof Starke, Florid
refugees get their first glimpse of the Statute of Liberty, as the
Agreev building. ments, enhanced the holiday at- the bride, was maid-of-honor, liner Nleuw Amsterdam comes up the bay The Holland-American
Uu, hoiJMtlng v During the social hour tempting mosphere. and Mrs. Ed Murrhee was brides- liner docked at Hoboken'! N. J, recently with the largest number of
r refreshments were served.Circles Supper was served on card ta- maid. Woodrow Thomas: cousinof refugees to arrive on a single ship In recent months. Of the ship's
ftetwti A bles and the guests found their the bridegroom, was best man 911 passengers 670 ware refugees. I
J ity home! To Meet Monday places by means of cards further and Ed Murrhee of Green Cove If- j

f jcharactcf < Circles Number One and two of carrying out the Christmas de- Springs served as groomsman. SHODDY ETHICS HURT BUSINESS
r far toosidered ,
After the Mr. and
I S the Woman's Missionary Societyof ceremony I
the Methodist Church will meet the conclusion of three pro- Mrs. Thomas left on a wedding
ImpoiiI ..___,.._
of all tr t i d ea tlnaU o n unth '
Monday afternootat three o'clock gressions of bridge, Mrs. M. F. pknown., "''''''I''U5 e r -
I *y to puk At__ the___ home of n _r>i_.._ _and__ :_Mr.___.. W.. V.. Brown was awarded high prize for The bride's traveling suit business enters the door, fected in your manner when a r-
,* r&tlons; ,i ied t Middleton. The newly elected ladles, an Evenlng-in-Paris toiletry was a beautiful dubonnet' model. scruples too 1'often fly out of the business deal is Involved. Your -- <
,along In president Mrs. Middleton, will be set, and T. T. Long received a They will make their home near window. That's* the indictmentNina approach will be anything but wel- := f
man 4 hostess for the afternoon. desk set as the high prize for Lacrosse. Wilcox Putnam levels against come. A direct, simple! and natural to&/l1Y1J. }
Home men. Little slam prizes, boxes of business relations In a recent issue manner is your best! introduction ,
Iv Florid* 'rt">' If Christmas cijndy, were won by Virginia Visitors HonoredAt of Rotarian Magazine. Draw- to any client or prospect.
several 1, i Mrs. Jeanette Kincald and Mr. ing upon her own experience in, "Never try to get something for What more could
methods Delightful Bridge PartyMrs. commercial transactions, the wide-'
p Long,
nothing. The effort, always futile
of the rj W r ''A ly known author in the' you ask for? _
y r 1y Those enjoying this lovely party V. B. Kldd and Miss Nancy presenting is spotted immediately and brands
I establish* 4lS with Mr. and Mrs. Ritch were: Kidd of Highland Springs, Va., woman's point of view, outlines a you Indelibly as a fake. People .' bane Contftde Daotul
I';' in the I Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Carpenter Mr. house guests of Mrs. Richard Ktdd, set of simple, practical rules for don't forget that sort of thing and See..A GULP LIFEREPRESENTATIVE gluu yell

recipes.convent*| !( and Mrs. T. T. Long, Mr. and Mrs. were honored Wednesday night Improving business relations. Here they are not reluctant to spreadthe 1. Investment to Create Tour Ertdit!
ti ti l O. L. Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. K. G. when Mrs. Kidd entertained members they are: news. 3. Uf Insurance Protection
houaeweorres Duncan. Mr. and Mra. R. F. Dem- of her bridge club at a delightful "First, be sure you know what "Never never lose your temperno FOR YOUR COMPLETE 3. Family Incmnu"! for Dependent".

er bual ; "aW"" orest Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- party In her home on Wal- you want business before you enter into matter how wholly wrong your PROT2CrlONPROGRAM 4. Rcttrement Income far Toursel/
1t kins, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brown, nut St. I any transaction. Think business contact of the moment N71.1. r.IR111.M.
Aaa wed Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid and Mrs. the matter through clearly, and refuse -
Attractive arrangements of I may be. By losing your temperyou
oar; 1 6 t to compromise on cheap sub-
Uon age, 1 l o Ethel Biggs. sweetpeas, chrysanthemums, and I' stitutes, either material or ethical put yourself at a disadvantage.Many .
did { statlce, carrying out a pastel color a deal has been consummated -
[ ay.| s
s FIAR scheme, were arranged In the liv- satisfactorily to all parties be-
buetneecll. Baptist W. M.\ S. Circles "Never allow yourself to be
rend ing room where three tables were cause one of them kept cool.
wt rushed Into
a hasty decision either
that Postpone Meetings placed for the players. by overenthuslasm or-" by false "Don't waste your own vital en-

tog mou' uof Circles of the Baptist W. M. S. At the conclusion of the bridge pride. One of the'most frequent ergy by brooding over a bad busi-

: theirs } : will meet Monday, Jan. 9, insteadof galllltt; Miss Lillian Sternberg received causes of business failure Is our ness deal or a business injustice.
reeourv It la our hope that you may at the regular time, Monday, : a box of dusting powder asher I, natural unwillingness to admit to Forget It and go( ahead with some-
ntn : U have a New Year filled and running Jan. 2. Time and place of the I reward for making high score. the: other fellow that'we may not thing new."Always.
wit" '' iian over with the good things meeting will be announced later. Miss Martha Powell won the bin- be able to 'put it over.' fulfill your contractson

_ in life, including good health, -*- go prize, a linen handkerchief. "Never buy anything you can't time, or a little before time if HEATERS
xbereaen y\: abounding happiness and abide U. D. C. Will Meet Mrs.. Kidd presented the honorees pay for. Don't take'' chance on possible. The upstage gesture of

; ing prosperity. with dainty handkerchiefs as gifts something turning up later to cov- delay is an empty one, no matter
Mrs. Marcus F. Brown and Mrs, of remembrance. of this lovely par- er your indebtedness. That sounds how important you are. He who

l teg lnt< GASSETT Ethel M. Biggs will entertain the ty. like putting the brakes on a lot of can be depended upon Is the one
W. T. Weeks Chapter, United Tempting refreshments of sand- creative enterprise, but genuinely who( gets results. S

'f HARDWARE CO. Daughters of the Confederacy, on wiches, hot coffee and cake were creative enterprise Is never a "The successes of dishonesty and DUO-THERM
"IJSefltgoq'f"bean Wednesday afternoon, at 3:30: I
; o'clock, at Mrs. Brown's home. served the following guests who gamble. charlatanism are usually brief, be-
; gS were present to enjoy the evening "Be sure you give what you are lieve it or not-Just like the success -
r with the hostess and two honorees being paid for. All business of crime in a lesser degree.

AS NEAR TO YOU : Mrs. S. R. Johns. Jr., Miss growth, be it in the selling of apples 'Getting away with It' Is not busi-
II FLOWERS t!II Lois Adkins, Misses Hope and or In the selling of ideas, la ness success; It Is slack-wire per- .

beCtttter AS YOUR TELEPHONE |I Georgia; Haynes, Misses Evelyn built on repeats. formance on a rusted wire.
yt ?i S a aa 11 I 'I Miss Lillian "Never use personal affairsas
ft y 4 and Marjorie Stump your "Above all, assume that the oth-
Y FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J Sternberg, Miss Martha Powell, an alibi for Nonperformance\ er fellow is at least as decent and DOUBLE HEAT
ALL ORDERS FILLED and Miss Kitty Hogsed. The purchaser Is Interested In the honest as you are. Distrust engen-
ARTISTICALLYECONOMICALLYPROMPTLY goods he gets, not In your pri- ders distrust. Faith often begets

s y I Miss Daphne Norman vate problem. faith In the moat surprising degree ATSINGLE
"Never be 'smart alecky or af- ."
i.s I Honored At Supper Party
i i MRS. L. G. POWELL, Starke
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Sewell were hosts at a "Cook Your
i Own Supper" party Wednesday NOTESThe Miss Bonnie B. Turner Cor.B. .

night from 5:30: until 9:30 o'clock
{ when they entertained In honor of Quarterly celebration of the F. Renfroe of Ft. Myers is .

s their cousin, Miss Daphne Norman, Lord's Supper will be the import. visiting his son-in-law and daughter. -
of Richmond, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Roan J. Turner,
r di / ant feature of worship services in of Long Bridge.
The Sewell home was attractively HEAT YOUR WHOLE HOUSE
rte the First Baptist Church next Sunday
Mr and Mrs. O.
E. of
a a i, r v. decorated In the Christmas mo- Crosby
and other morning at eleven o'clock. The New River, attended church at
tif with
i pine, holly
Christmas greens being used abundantly pastor, assisted by the Board of Corinth, Sunday.
_ I A lighted tree further car- Deacons and the church choir, will Miss Vera Butler is visiting rel-

ried out the holiday idea. administer the Ordnance, and will

Supper was served from a long also speak briefly on the subject, MUSS
table In the dining room, which "When You Unite With the
was centered by a tree made of
Church. .
many colored Christmas balls "

'_ e f standing on a reflector- and balanced The evening service, at 7:30: NO WORK
by red candles In silver poinsettia o'clock will Include music by the

] holders. Miniature green trees choir, a New Year Meditation, anda
'iy nM I also added a further attractive message by the pastor on "The
!' ;i We extend greetings and good wishes to all I note to the table. "Fortune telling Terror of an Ideal."

i "' place cards were used for the Members of the church and others -
il.. 7 our friends. We sincerely hope that thereare guests to find their places at the not affiliated with a local FLOWERS FOR ALL

_$ S table. church are urged to profit personally OCCASIONSIn
many pleasant surprises in store for -After supper a scavenger" bunt by beginning the new year DAVIS
was enjoyed and first prize, a big with regular church attendance.The any designs. Also Flowers QUIGLEY &

you in 1939.CARPENTER'S. stick If peppermint candy, was ministers of Starke will greatly Wired to anybody, anywherefor

awarded. to Mia Marlon Dowling, appreciate the members' coop- any occasion. STARKE FLORIDA
: Miss Daphne Norman, Charles eration In placing a stronger em- ,
Pender, A Z. Adkins, Jr., BUI and phasis on Christian experience, MRS. N. D. WAINWRIGDT
John Chalker, and Tommy Rltch. life, loyalty, and education.The Phone 102

two educational depart:I
Family Reunion Enjoyed ments of the Baptist Church meet'

_I Rt5 ,,fir tr I DRUG STORE Christmas Day on School Sundays at.9:45: as A.follows.M., with: Sunday classes

f ? ; l Members of the family of Mrs. and teachers for every age; TrainIng A Happy New Year To AlBY
1;1, REXALL G. A. Anderson, Sr., and the late Union (all B. ;1. P. U. groups)
Mr. Anderson of Archer, enjoyeda at 6:30: P. M.,,with discussion and
family reunion Christmas Dayat study groups for all ages from

the picnic grounds at Gold Head nine years up. ..
Branch State Park near Keystone The pastor wishes to urge the

Heights. cooperation of all parents within

Ii4I { EA5CN "S REE rlNG5 After enjoying a turkey dinner the church In assisting the chil-
: L { gifts were exchanged. dren to attend all meetings of the

Those present were: Mr and Educational departments of the
; I Mrs. A. W. Anderson and family, church. 1

IJ A. W. Anderson, Jr., Mia Virginia Young people of the church will --
yrr Anderson and John Anderson; Mr. Join others of the community in a
and Mrs. Sam Anderson and two Watch Service at the Methodist
09 9o children Lyle and Janet; :Mr. and Church tomorrow night. It Is hop-
Mrs. E. M. Davis and daughter, ed by the sponsors that this ser-
i Miss Jean Davis; Mr. and Mrs. vice will become established as an
n o o Geo. A. Anderson, all of Starke; annual celebration, and especiallythat
$ 1 F'r .t, Mrs. G. A. Anderson, Sr., Mrs. the meeting tomorrow night
y Pauline Stone and three children, will Be attended by a large gath-

Bill Betty, and Peggy, all of Ar- ering, both of ':young, 'people. and
}; r rl cher; and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie adults. -
o May the joy and happiness of this New Wolf of Jacksonville.Dr. .?

_ Year season hover over you throughout the .
entire year. We pledge ourselves now to Hume to SpeakAt
strive harder than ever before to merit P.-T. A. MeetingDr. JACKSONVILLE.notified the The National city BY THE WAY Park..and pau e..where you see the /
{ rhda your confidence and loyalty. : commission red sign that saya"Drink Coca-Cola.'! /
Harold Hume, of the extension Container Corporation it must ... PA USE It ashes a welcome: Invitation to enjoya I
r P department at the Universityof eliminate or materially\ reduce sociable<< pause for pure refreshment.
Florida will speak on the sub- odors from Its pulp mill here by it AND REFRESH Thirst asks nothing more.
ject of landscaping at a meetingof Jan. 12, or face injunction suit. 4
kI4 1Jj4Jivf THE ORANGE BLOSSOM CAFEMRS. the :Parent-Teachers' Association -'The action was In clarification of 5 FL.dt
$ :, in the high school auditoriumnext : a previous resolution ordering the SR.16'.1 --r

S ,yt { r TITUS OLSEN l Thursday night at 7:30: ''I mill to take steps to abate the" : ,tt .: 1,,:.J.-)'. .:-:' ,,:,- ,:;:,,_,;;::::::....7>.:=:-.;.";"::.u H J1 o'clock. odors "within a reasonable time.

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Eirory Guy of Miami spent the I Mr. and Mrs: Paul E Cuhova Mrs. Virginia Carpenter and I end here with relatives and friends. family-
week-end at Hampton with his and children Paul HI Norma and I Joan of Tallahassee
daughter I Mr and Mrs Herbert Kersey of Mr. and Mrs Ray Johns and little -
parents, the Rev. and Mrs. J T. Emma Jane spent Sunday In were guests Christmas weekendof
i daughter, and Miss Delores
:Mra E. E. Yarbrough
Bits of Ouy. Ocala with Mrs. Canova's mother, Mrs. Carpenter's father R. A. Hodges, all of Plant City, and Miss
I Mrs. D. E Flowers. Weeks, and Mrs. Weeks, of Brook- and son Charney of Woodlawn, Madge Johns of Lake Butler, were

Mr. and Mra. R. C. Buford and -----.--- er. and Mrs. N. M Bradly and daughters visiting J. A. Harnage, and family

Mrs. LetIe Stillcy will spend this Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh of : of Starke, were visiting Mr. Monday afternoon.
I. cal Ne\\b1 week-end in Jacksonville with relatives Jacksonville and granddaughter, I Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Priest have aa and Mrs. II. Keene and Mr. and Mr and Mrs. A. J. Yarbroughand

Marjorie Llmbaugh of Lakeland their holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. R. Kersey Sunday.W. sons of Hellbronn were visiting -

AND were guests Monday of Mr. and W. B. Hollingaworth and children, H. Carter and granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. H. Keene and
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wheeler of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. and 1\[. G. Dennis of Fort White. of Jacksonville spent part of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Kersey Mon-

PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY ANn TOWN Oviedo were guests Christmas ',.. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Sheppard and !, last week with J. A. Harnage and day afternoon
son. Edwin of Winter Garden, and
week-end of
Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Mr. and Mrs. A: JJ:. McKinney their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. I IImIn IWalNuml leis ImIWieINeeIIsi meIiMpAaaa@ayywiapwwIIIl1.IIWHMII I aNaaagsallaiSiig
Kemp. had as guests Chrtttmas Day, Mr. ,
and Mrs. Fred Francis of Fort' I
----I and Mrs. J. G. MHllbaa of Palatka,
Mr and Mrs H. A. Bishop and Myers.
and Mrs Allca Poff and T. N.
Mrs. L. A Rennolds spent the I
W B. Mundy spent Miss Harriet
ire[ daughters and Nina
of Ohio.
1(1( .incksonville.flM Christmas holidays with relativesin Bishop, spent Tuesday in Jacksonville Phillips Dayton, Mrs. H L. Brownlee and small I
Boston, Ga. daughter; :Madge Mrs. M. C. Stith

Abble Harley spent Christ- I Miss Essie Coleman spent the and sons, Chan Bob, and Jimmy I 4r'k

LAwtey with relatives. Miss Christine Cutshaw of Law- Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Miss Lois week-end in Olustee with her par- and Miss Mary Brownlee spent
s In ents, Mr. and Mrs. Asa Coleman, Tuesday In DeLand. They were I ,
tey was the guest Tuesday of Miss Adkins, and A. Z. Adkins, Jr.. were
Lake Wales Juanita Barefoot. visiting relatives in Jacksonville, Sr., and In Lake Butler with Mr. accompanied to DeLand by Col I /
of spent
iv Colley Tuesday.Mr. and Mrs. G. W Coleman. and Mrs. J. E. Futch, who spent I ?
stmas here with family. Christmas week-end with Mr. and
Lynn Crosby, of Pittsburgh Pa., Mrs. Brownlee. j r O / {
H. C. Ritch spent and Mrs. Bob Harley of Dor- Mrs. E. M. Thomas and son and
ar. and Mrs. la a guest at the home of Mr and }
,bass Day In Gainesville with Mrs. O. W. White.L. chester, S. C., arrived Wednesdayfor daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Vic- Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Hitch and |
i Uvesf a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Sam tor Thomas of Gainesville were, daughters Marguerite Lee, and I

A Rennolds has returned to, Anderson. guests this week of Mr. and Mrs.J. Kathrine, of Shelby, N. C., and Mr. -

Wikle of Ocala was the Richmond, Va., after spending several i B. Mills in Green Cove Springs. and Mra. Will Zink of Greensboro I
et; Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. days here last week. Miss Vivian Holley\ of Lake N. C., and Mr. and Mrs. Talbert 'I'ITo
Colley. I Worth arrived Wednesday lor a Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Brownlee, Black and son, Jlmmle, of Mac-
t visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bes- Jr., and two sons, Louis and Morris
The W. C. T U. will meet with I. clenny\ were guests Christmas Dayof
Mrs. F. A. Scott this afternoon sant, Jr.Woodfln. will return tq their home in Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick you we sent New Year's greetingsand

(Friday) at three o'clock. New Orleans Sunday after spending and Mrs. Mary Davis.
the hope that paths
express our
Halle, Jr., of West some time herewith) relatives.
Palm Beach, was a holiday guestof J. L. Silcox, manager of the local -
Mrs. W. B. Mundy was the guest will meet often in 1939.
Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daugh- Coca Cola Bottling Co., cut his
Godwin at the State Farm. O. Halle. ten Misses Juanita and Sara arm severely when he stumbledand
Barefoot, were guests Thursdayand i fell through a plate glass show
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle of Friday of Mrs. Barefoot'a sis- window in Lake Butler last week.
flESLIflE Mrs. A. O. Andreu and Mrs L. '
F. Dinkins and daughter, Joan, Jacksonville spent Christmas Day ter, Mrs. Frances Parker, in New Several veins were severed and'six
'spent Thursday in Gainesville. with Mrs. Doyle mother, Mrs. Port Richey. stitches were necessary to close
Fay Gill. the wound in his wrist. The injured ,
BR SALE-Two fresh five-year- The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Rob- arm is still In a sling.
:Miss Rosa Mae Rowe was the
Ild O. J. Anders, Mrs. Hazel Conway of New York ---- :
milk cows. inson and son, Frank Robinson
guest during the holidays of Mr. CLAR JEAN SHOPPE
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson and -
was week-end of her broth-
fey, Flu. 12-23-4t-l-13-pd a guest III, spent Wednesday night and
and Mrs. J. F. Burton in Rome, Ga. family of Baltimore, Md., Mrs '
er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs Thursday. in St. Petersburg as Ii
UND- -A package In Cook's Paul E Canova. guests of Mr. Robinson's mother, Cora Marahburn and daughters,
Mrs. A. D. Williamson of Bra- Mona Claire and Betty, Mr. and e PHONE 97 .\
Store. Jugs, Jugs, jugs, all kinds denton was the guest Christmas Mrs Frank Robinson, Sr. '
Mrs. G C. White and
gs i at Cook's Store Itp Day of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop. Marjorie Sue Middleton of Jack- Frances all of Tallahassee daughter and :: _Iumnnw!!!' sl;"'rime.Nnmmmsen, ,_ .!!mmnaanalslmranmananunanmammnnllaa/manelamaneuI'.".. ,!!!!!,,!!, ''' ''' '' '' malaumJl .1
sonville is spending this week with Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon ,
It' SALE-New crop seeds, to- her grandparents Dr. and Mrs. and daughter. Jeanette returned Dr. S. P. Vnndlvlere of Fort Ben- .M
toes, peppers, peanuts, beans, Mrs. Lester Simonton of Jack- W. K. Middleton. ning, Ga., were guests Christmas
Wednesday to their home in Or-
[atoes. also Cole Planters and sonville Is spending the holidayswith Day of Mrs. G. W. Alderman. ,
lando, after spending the holidays ",
her mother, Mrs. C. A. Thorn .
distributors. Field and -- r .
Dicer Mrs. K. B. Norman and daughter with Mrs. McLendon' parents Mr. '
lltry fencing. Stock and poul- Annie Katherine, of Jacksonville and Mrs. E. S. Matthews.: DOATDRAlN

1 remedies at White's. 1230.4tGENT Friends of Miss Katie Fugate spent Tuesday night here with Mrs. Z. Z. Grlffls, Cor.

t -A large, five-room, will be interested to learn that she Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Mr. and Mrs .R., J. Davis and .'
daughters, Ida Lulu and Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. William Bailey
whed, upstairs apartment baa accepted a position with the
Miss Ovleda Andrews of Wash- spent Christmas Day in Jackson- and son, Billy of Sanford, were :
ate heating facilities, also a Florida State Employment ServiceIn ,
ington, D. C., is the guest of Con- visiting relatives here Sunday.
ge. See Mrs. W. J. Epper- Jacksonville. Miss Fugate entered ville as guests of.Mr. and Mrs. R.
gressman and Mrs. R A. Green J. Tatum. Ida Lulu remained for Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Prevatt of
ltp her duties
upon Tuesday. I
and other relatives. Theressa Mr. and :
., a longer visit with Mr. and Mrs. were visiting
M rs. A rc h Pr ova t t, S un d ay. .. <+stri w
Tatum. "
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W. A. Bo- .. .
Swanbom of Slater, was Joe Grlffls, Jr., Henderson "':" ...\' 'l'/rI.\ .,' 1/\: :.".. 11..
a holiday visitor with his family, Dr. and Mrs. 'C. C. Mendoza and ree and Miss Irene Boree of Jack- '" ',',!;.::,;. ... :\-': : ;:: ]

Mrs. Swanbom, Dorothy Swanbomand Bon Cliff, Miss Gloria Johns and sonville attended the party at the 1939. .I'l'.... '. .... \:\ 939.
Arthur Swanbom. Mrs. Emma Adkins, all of Jack- home of Miss Pearl Dees, Thursday "

sonville, were guests Christmas night.
r'V Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonville Day of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey were ::

spent Christmas Day here with her Mrs. Carrie Hitch, and Miss Annie visiting his mother, Mrs. E E. Tip
brother-In-law and slater Dr. and Darby.Mr. Lee, at Bethel Sunday. Top Grocery
Mrs W. E. Middleton. Mrar. Richard Lee and Mrs.

r Frank Coleman, of Bethel were
and Mrs. W, D. Huff of Atlanta -
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Murphry and Ga., Mr. and, Mrs. L. N. visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Prevatt CUT PRICES DEC. 30 AND 31
son, James Edward, of Palutka, Sigman of Social.Circle, Ga., and Sunday. 1
were guests Christmas Day of Mr. Mr. and Mrs L. Q. Knight and I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown and

and Mrs. V. B. Harrell. son, Tommy, of Jacksonville\ were children of Orlando were visiting I 1
RU guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Z. Z. Griff last', ORANGES doz. juicy; 5c
Miss Martha Brownlee of Jacksonville W G. Halle. week-end. Mrs. Brown and children ,
will spend New Year's remained for a few week's

Good wishes for the coming year! We shall week-end with her parents, Mr. Mrs. M. C Stith and sons, Chan, visit.Mr. r
and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Bob and Jimmy will leave tomor- and Mrs. Carl Anders were PofatoesiopouNDsl7c j jRanana
endeavor, as in years past, to serve you to row for their home in Washington visiting her brother, D. Coleman, c

ilr. and Mrs. Carl Alderman and D. C., after spending the Christ- In Jacksonville, last week-end.
the best of our ability. Your continued
family, and Dr. and Mrs. S. P. mas holidays here as guests of .

patronage will be appreciated, as always! Vandlvlere and son, Pitner, spent Mra. Stith's parents, Mr and Mrs. GUM BRANCH t

Tuesday In St. Augustine. H. L. Brownlee. Annie Mae Harnnge/ Cor. 5 1 hr i

Leslie Biggs, a student at the
Mr. and Mrs. .to L. Simmons Miss Elizabeth Harnage of Uma- 11
University of Georgia, at Athens'l have as their holiday guests Mr. tllla.. returned home Monday after -------- IDS. .... ,
is spending the holidays and Mrs. C. W. Bailey and childrenof the week with J. A.
spending: pout
S. R. JOHNS & SONS mother, Mrs Ethel Biggs. East Orange, N. J.; Mr. and Harnage and family GOOD LUCK ,
Mrs. T. W.:Nichols and son, Billie
H. H. Keene and son Van ice,
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe of of Jacksonville; and Mrs. R. C.
of Shamrock, spent the week-end
Palatka were guests Christmas Mansfield and children, of Lake here with relatives. Blackeyed Peas lb. 5c
Day of Mrs. Varnedoe's parents, City.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and f
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith.
r NAT SEZ: Misses-Addle and Rosa Baisden, baby of Sampson City were guests HOG JOWL, Lb. _. _.. __ 14c
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J
A certain man In our town was Mr. and :Mrs. Morgan Darby returned Mrs. Alice Jones and Don Stilley, S. Snpp, Sunday.Mr. UtrNGA LOW-BRAND

,; out playing golf one day and got Tuesday from Ft. Myers, all of Jacksonville, were guests : and :Mrs. B. M. McRae and

In trouble In a sand trap. After reie after spending Christmas week- over the Christmas week-end of Children of Pine Level spent Sun- VIENNA SAUSAGE Can 5c '
end with Mrs. Darby's parents.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford and
: I posted efforts to Ret out he lost day with J. A. Harnuge and fam Reg. .
family. Accompanying them hometo ,.
his temper and called that Innocent and Mrs. James Godbold and Miss Gloria ily.
week was
spend a Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Andersonand PEARL CORN KKKHII WATER GU.
little ball an awful name, toppingIt son. James, Jr., of .Jacksonville, Buford. and e
Mr. Mrs. W A. Keene
off by flaying: "And I mean It are guests today of Mrs. W. S. and baby, all of Houston, Texas, GRITS,5Lbs.lOc l MEAL,5Lbs. 8cunnvs
and Mrs. S. S. Kldd and
Stroman Dowling. Mr. and Mrs. V, B.
too. And no as I wish you all a are visiting relatives and friends
daughter, Patricia Ana. Miss Nan- j
Happy and Prosperous New Year, Mra Valley McKinney and sons, cy Kldd Mrs. R. O. Kldd, Sr., all here.Earl Groves of Umatllla spent SWIFT GEM NUT
I want you to believe me when I Mrs. Annie E. Ward, and Mrs. W. of Highland Springs Va., and Miss I
last week with J. A Harnage and ;
!say "I mean It. too. E. Thornton and son are visiting Bessie Davis of Washington, D. C. family. OLEO Lb. 12% MILK.3taIJ. 17c ; .W
relatives In Plant City and Nichols. are guests this week of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harvev Edwards ,
Mrs. R. G. Kldd. Jr., and Mrs. P. f f -
KEEP WARM EXTRA SPECIAL of Canal Point spent the week-
Mr. and Mra. Randolph Boree of E. Canova.
I PART Jacksonville spent Christmas hereas DRIED NO. 2 SIZE CAN
WOOL DOUBLE guests of Mri. Randolph's par Mrs. J. C. MIIW.1' 'who-has spent

BLANKETS ents, Mr. and Mrs. G..II Bennett. her some son-In-liiw time 'here and aW1' daughter the guest, the of THE r IC [ADNOr lwQ fi7l APPLES, Lb. 1 lOc TOMATOES, 6c ;il f

66l 80( weight S Ibs.. 60x78 good weight; Mrs. Cora Carpenter of New- Rev. and :Mrs Frank Robinson,

ton, N. C., and Mrs. Robert Tan- left Wednesday for Norfolk. Va..
$1.98 $1.19 ner of Baldwin, are the guests of where she will visit her"son and ..deaww FANCY
their mother, Mrs. Laura Powell.\ daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. arorw RICE I1I.UK 5 Ibs. 15c

George H. Mills. I ROSH I

|THEY WEAR LONGER CLOSING OUT Miss Mary Brownlee returned '
Wednesday to Alton HI, after Mr. and Mrs J J. Canova and
PETER'S LADIES COATS spending Christmas with her parents -I son, John, Mr.. and Mrs. F. A. Ca- COUNTY KIST CORAL SEA II.%I.F SLICESPINEAPPLE

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown nova and daughters Mary Ann
WORK SHOES One rack with coots Hint sold lee. and Carolyn, all of Gainesville\ and SUCARPEAS
up to $11.95- Mr. and Mrs G. L. Patten of Tallahassee AIRCOt1DITIONEDNLI ,
"toe wlth compoHltlon solo Mr. and Mrs. Jog. E. Wilson were guests Christmas
$6.95 spent Monday In Jacksonville as Day of Mrs. E. E. Canova and Mr. ((3)) 303 cans 25c No. 2 / size, 19c

$1.98 guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wil- and Mrs. L. A. Canova.
son and !oIl". and Mrs. Lee McDon-

CLOSING OUT ald. Misses Marjorie and Evelyn JEWEL LARD Lb. lOc
TIlE BEST MADE Stump spent Thursday in Jacksonville ,
LADIES DRESSES Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mills and They were accompanied
MEN'S SHIRTS daughter, Miss Elizabeth Mills, of home by Allan\ Lillian Stump, a LOWEST PRICE IN SEVEN YEARS.

One rack of $U8 and $3.98 Jacksonville, were guests Christ. student nurse at $t. Luke's hospital it /) f '
a7 of Mr. and Mrs. F. f who will New Year's !
priM you care to pay dreseea-' I mas Day spend 1, I $ I i PYi1urIi.tLLARD's
Flume. day here with her parents, Mr. anil, |
$$1.00 $1.98IT I Mrs. F. F. Stump. I

up Miss Louise Snyder of Los An- -.returned I EVERY COMFORTat II Jl ..... '--' '-J .a ,
geles, California, will arrive Sun- Jack to his home I this mod.m. Bi.prool hotel In *.
PAYS TO BUY ATSTERNBERCT day for a two months' visit with here Wednesday after spendingseveral ] heart ol downtowa facktfoavlU. tvmrf: ,
her mother. Mri A. F. Sauls, and days In Hastings as tht I room wllh .tub. and iha... fell water, BALLOON", GUARANTEED
... .
ladle r: bad with fantnprlna wife 1
Mr Sauls. guest of Orrin Larson. Jack was
h.M and rodl
9 Po Burring lee
accompanied horns by Orrin. Mr water M .vrf floor.POPULA3.

Mr and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and and Mrs. Orrin Larson, Sr., Miss PRICED 24'
I. son. Jimmy and Mrs. Jeanette Ruth Larson and Miss Virginia An. COCKTAIL LOONQE:and COffTK SHOP Ibs. 45cAY
Klncald spent Christmas in Tampa demon, all of Hastings. Orrin Ott. t. e. fOUMO H..4MOTIL "3

I' with their parents, Mr. and : will visit Jack for the remainder _rAIIIH f HO1CI*-10 OIIOTOft.

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4i Quarantine Is OrderedTo Lupine Is Promising: CENTENNI.\L -; .;:'::::;

") c I FARMERS SECTION Prevent Spread Of Winter Cover Crop LIVE STATE NEWSFLORIDA PORT ST ot JJ\tho,\) nning rh, iOfthpnivereary ( ib:

I State t
White Fringed Beetle For North Florida ronsttulloo\ '

GAINESVILLE-Areas In Florida QUINCY new winter legume ., dance pageantry. .on'l, as'
Alabama. Louisiana, and Mississippi which seems to hold much promisefor such as never h., i I",,( WItB eS1I1'!
1I1"t1fo..thlIousehold* where white-fringed beetle Florida farms bait been plantedat I RACING BEGINS 75. CARDS A DAY this Small Gulf ?,,", 'met'' *
RURAL infestations have been found will the North Florida Experiment MIAMI,.-Part-mutuel windows MIAMI.-"Having a wonderful by the dedicaitonmemorial ) ',r nl'x' *
go under quarantine on January Station here for the past three through which optimistic bettors time. Wish you were here," prob- buildim; ,''t, ,.", !0,0
COMMON SENSEBy 54.047,114 on horses, ably Is written more often from Gulf shore. aI I
15. 1939, by order of Secretary of years, says J. D. Warner, agronomist -
CARE OF WINTER CLOTHING Agriculture Henry A. Wallace ac- It Is lupine, or blue lupine, dogs and Jal alai players last season Miami than any other city, for ---- .
SPUDS JOIINSON'E.U'S cording to information received by and has the advantage/ that it reopened throughout the State there are 75,000 picture post cards' WANTS :>|<)KK (
By Clarlne Belcher the State Agricultural Extension seeds well under Florida growing tonight with authorities expectantof mailed each day by visitors here. OCALA. romm .'O'l'Tos
Extension Specialist in \ !. END UE'IEWLU.ULE Service from Washington. conditions, while most other winter an even bigger "handle" this As high as 93,000 have been counted riculture Nathan. MU",.n.. ,I' */
COQ' ClothingAs PLANS Interstate movement of specified legumes do not. It is not a feed year. at the Mlaml'Post Office In one meeting of l".a FOR NEW YEAR glna"ra ,
winter gets under way, more commodities from the regulatedareas crop, but is excellent for soil Im- -- day. board and e'llp.'rml'l1, ; :J"flclal I

Byi wool garments will be worn to in- In a few days 1938 will become is subject to Inspection and! provement. POST OFFICE BUSY -, and ,elq", ntn11Yle,ahms

sure warmth. Wool clothes, generally history a of the past-and certification Throughout the year Warner adds that no seeds are LAKELAND.-For three suc- OUT FOR A RECORD' transportation lm, ., 11,1,,,
HOMEINEEDt 4 e are dry cleaned an expen- 1939 will come year into being And advent the movement of soil, compost, available for distribution this year, cessive days, Monday, Tuesday BHADENTON.-Two marriagesand land colton m tin, ",",l\ Sea!,
sive method! when done commercially of the New Year will be the manure and balled nursery stock, but that by the fall of 1939 they and Wednesday of this week all one divorce Is the record of Florida has whi.. h ?,"ltaD?, Ie nI,
FOR i iAgreei and unsafe when practiced in signal l or the moment for many of as well as potatoes, Is to be regulated should be on the market in commercial time mailing records at the Lake- Lollie Boyet, 16, of Bradenton, who duced. He ndvla.. ,l I ih.i I ,'uerT" p
the home. Bare-rooted nursery stock quantities.Two land postofflce have been shattered. Bible effort .
us to take a last look and give a married Otis Knight, 21, of Man- should )?, made
Frequently housewives find that last thought to our activities, our and other plants, beans, peas, pea- pounds of seeds furnished Prior to Monday the record atee, the first of this week. It was establish the imlust.y. ?? ,7 to
,qr thp, ho upkeep of the family's wardrobe is successes, our failures, our mis- nuts in shells, cotton, hay and oth- I by the United States Department was made on Dec 20 1937, with not necessary for the 16yearoldbride scale. ,
Meting ( er roughage, lumber and building of Agriculture were sown broadcast 47,033 cancellations, but Mondaythe
I a rather expensive item. It Is a takes, and our experiences of the to have her parents consent, .
t w ; materials, used machinery, junk, on November 18, 1935, on a total rose to a new high of
problem to keep winter garments I ruled County Judge Murphy, In
past 12 months and to organize
f Jy} bome{ y clean without Increasing the cost. I'our thoughts and plans of action and similar! articles are to be reg- 130/ of an acre plot for the first 59,304, Tuesday 52,802, and Wed- Issuing the license, as the girl I dalready JACKSONVILLE VETS ALL (.ONE
' jcuar&ctI < ulated part of the year. trial planting In Florida. The 52 nesday 52,100.,, Trustee

cleaning can reduced been married Mrs.
i iidered Dry expense for the new calendar period. once the old Confedcrat..
I far too ; by keeping clothes thor- Regulated areas Include parts of pounds of seed obtained from this Knight declined to discuss her divorce Sailors Soldiers
M oughly brushed, well-aired, and Although New Year resolutionsor the Alabama counties of Conecuh, plot in May 1936 were planted on ASTONISHING HAULSAPALACHICOLA. Home here want to sell I
impoi ?! free of spots and stains. plans have been the subject of Covington, Geneva, Mobile, Mon- one acre that fall, and this acre .-At the apex property because Ih,',r. s ?? ,
*p to pufr 1. rather frequent jocular comment roe, and Wilcox parts of Escam- produced 840 pounds of recleaned of the winter trout run here this for the Institution my more T
< q Hats, dresses, coats, and trousers during the past, we believe that ; Beltan OAK TREE SAVED last, of the veterans ,
*tl r A bla, Okaloosa, and Walton coun- seeds. Last winter, a field of 13.8 season, Tarantino broughtIn utr\ \ ko
b should be brushed thoroughly they are good for us and that TALLAHASSEE Tallahassee's died early this .
catch of 2122 Wlllfred
many ties in Florida; two entire Louisi- acres was grown to the crop, Inoc- a pounds, year. The board
ated irmwHomofft, after each wearing Dust and grit of them are carried out. We have ana parishes and parts of two oth- ulated, and seeded at the rate of Randolph 1800 pounds, J. O. An- no wfumous 73-year-old: oak tree commissioners of stat 'nutlmtl,
cause some materials to shine andmake .. no doubt that of those who derson 1000 for the southwest of will be asked to
. many ers, all In the vicinity of and Including 50 pounds per acre. pounds a day'scatch. opposite corner accept the pr,
stains conspicuous ana 011ficult have joked( about them from time Most fish catch the Slate Is safe erty under ,
astonishing Capitol Building provisions of
| Florida j a h ;, jl to A whisk broom the city of New Orleans, The seeds have been harvestedby
several < remove. to time have nevertheless, made this week was a 23-pound spottedsea from the woodman's ax aa the result act whereby assets may be ,
as well as East Baton Rouge and mowing, raking, hauling and u
should be used! for I
h, brushing heavy their resolutions along with others of for providing
bass in net the :
method r snagged a shrimp reprieve granted on scholarships to i
St. Parishes and
? Tammany ; parts threshing with an ordinary grain
materials, brush with fine bristles
a -; who have taken them more seri- several miles out in the demand of aroused citizens and University of Florida
of th f of Harrison Hinds Jackson Jones gulf by mu nor
for delicate fabrics. <: separator, and.it Is estimated that
ously and have kept them. Ed Van Vleet Local clubmen. The Commission State College for Women
if sUbli8R Capt. seamen City
Jt y Pearl River and Stone counties in
All garments should be aired from 15 to 20 percent were lost in .
,,,1n "8lf *, ? after each wearing before putting So, we trust that our remarks on Mississippi. this way. Even so, the harvested stated that they had never knowna yielded to a chorus of protests that ----. -
i/reclpes,f 1 Garments can be kept fresh the subject may not be called "the The white-fringed beetle has seed yield has averaged close to spotted sea bass to be caught in had reached statewide proportionsand SEE ALL OF FLOIIID.tJACKSONVILLE.
convent* JcorreBp and away.clean by a short occasional same old thing" and passed off become established in several 800 pounds per acre. a shrimp net that far out before. cancelled a permit that had (close I to.:
houeew without consideration. True, the Capt. John Harrel reports that the been granted for the oak's destruc- northerners
sunning in mild sunshine. Exposure areas in the four Sounthern states. Green weight production also is congressmen/ in.
l lftr 3 to the sun will check mold growth. substance of our remarks has been Eggs are deposited in soil and on outstanding, averaging 11 tons per shrimp run out in the gulf this tion to make way for a filling station tors and business loaders u a
brought out many times before, various articles that be season is heavier than usual. One driveway. as government officials
anj Frequent airing of the clothes clos- may mov- acre early in March and from 18 are ba
but repetition in a case of this kindis day recently he came In with a -. _- home with
a new
Ae et will aid in preventing formation ed in commerce and may remain to 20 tons by late March and early understanding
"ed ottl ,', +, of unpleasant odors. permissible, we believe. viable more than five months, April. It analyzes about the same 9,000-pound catch. MEN BLAMED IN DEATHS the problems confronting Flop,

liens? 1, ''ti t Any spot or stain on a garment Like people in other lines of hatching when conditions are fav- as Austrian peas or vetch, being DeLAND.-Two men face crimi- citrus and sugar cane rowerss!
I'aid' aye '. Sa should be removed before putting work, Florida farmers have made orable. Larvae can be transportedthey high In nitrogen. The plants grow serious impairment of stand has nal prosecution In connection with with a new and finer appreclat
j buslnee away. Most stains may be removed some mistakes this year, 1938 and between 18 and 36 inches tall. The been observed. The seedlings are the deaths of two DeLand girls of Florida's incomparable dim

I ,cils with at home if reliable methods are have also had their successes. They have others for which solutions crop can be planted either in rowsor susceptible to damping-off disease, while parents of the victims pre- following their tour of Florida i
and the used and a few simple precautionstaken. have had problems--some of them haven't been found. Isn'tit broadcast, the latter method but no appreciable damage has re- pared for a double funeral. County der sponsorship of the Flor
e sulted from this cause. It is also Judge John E. Peacock said he had State Chamber of
l i Prompt treatment Is an entirely too knotty for comfort- a good Idea at this time to re- giving finer, less woody stems Commerce ;
I t// l( t and susceptible to root-knot, appar- issued warrants against J. E. In Florida
ottbgelrg important rule. For successful have solved some of them and view these problems, these successes more easily plowed into the soil. riving on a special
ently in the same proportion Wethered of
Sanford and Walton
react home treatment of stains, the na- and these experiences? An ordinary turnplow la used for Austrian the distinguished visitors were fen
as peas. Touchton, Jr., of Avon Park,
aon ture of the stain, the kind of fabric more carefully than white ones, Isn't It a good idea to'study them plowing under lupine in the spring. The seeds live- a comprehensive picture
are poisonous to
wifi charging them with manslaughter. Florida in all Its ,
a upon which the stain occurs, rapidly treated, and thoroughly and determine our errors and be Lupine is occasionally injured by beauty dun
stock, but not relished ani-
i I are by Earlier, a coroner's held that
de jury their tour of the
en elfaJ and effect of stain remover on fibers rinsed. doubly impressed with our achievements low temperatures, but so far no state'comm
mals and are eaten only sparingly "Culpable negligence" their
on cial. .,
i2 agricultural and '
IK'Pfjbl'/ The should be known. Alwaystest Most materials used for stain removal ? Isn't it wise to consider all when force-fed. arausem.
part resulted in the deaths of Miss
ti highlights from the Jncksonvi,
aentTiWroiaan first by placing stain removeron are absorbents, solvents, or our experiences in the past 12 with products carrying email quantities Lupine seeds which shatter from
Myra Machen, Stetson University
', ( shipping wharves down Blown''1
I Iettor r&W& an inconspicuous part of the bleaches. Many common household months in restrospect so that we of soil. Adults may be car- the all
plants practically germinate student, and Miss Mildred Mercer, east coast to Miami ,
( garment if there Is any uncertainty supplies may be effective in remov- can sift the wheat of achievementfrom ried attached to almost object In amulIt'm,1
xts' any early spring, soon after shat- a high school senior The
li' girls centers back to the
$ about the effect. Cotton or linen ing stains. Talcum powder, corn the chaff of our failures and within their reach. up Sugar pi
tering, and the die with the
'wMoh ''f""'14 r' fibers are weakened acids meal, chalks, and fuller's earth were drowned when the car in tat Ions at Clewlaton. up throu
by be
Y ; thereby able to make our plans Larvae and adults feed on a advent of hot weather. The plant which
heingo>Aw i hl wool, silk, and rayon by alkalies. will absorb stain. Such substancescan for 1939 with greater clarity and wide range of plants. Larvae have does not, therefore, reseed Itself Orlando they with were the two returning men from the Ridge orange and citruswith bt
plunged side to
n B ::t t rningf 4It Remember that chemical solutions be relied upon if the stain ia purpose? We think so. seriously damaged numerous field and cannot become a pest. It is through an drawbridge Into a run Tampa's :
open cigar industries then throu
sufficiently strong to remove stains light or freshly made. They can Now, at end and up
rlhle year's year'sbeginning and garden and are de-
crops very necessary for farmers to harvest the St. Johns River between Volu- Orlando and Lakeland, norths
H atmse 1 1im1 will usually attack dyestuffs Col- be brushed off easily without injuring is the time to do it. It structive to several
seed each spring for the
: followingcrop sla and Seminole counties south to Washington, D C where t
ad yV ;; i ored fabrics should be handled fibers. is much worthwhile.
J very
4poeat crops. Warner concludes. of here. group disbanded.-.- _n_...
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UTWEST WIT Miss BROOKER Vera Gainey, (.'01'. I I -


.. Sewing Club } urC
JlARDYS The Community Sewing Club Comments On Here t
held Its bi-monthly meeting Tues- i And Hereafter
day, December 20, at the home of

#fADAPThD'FftOM i MAVI PSCIUM.g Mrs. Florence Varnadoe. A large .

I MALSEY RAINEStlt 1 : number of women were present. The Prodigal Son asked for his llI1iJIIIuUflhiIIuiiIlIjiJIurawn! [

After the roll call by the president part of the estate. The father I' BAPTIST I METHODIST I KESHVTKUI.\N EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN
the business meeting was granted the reqwst. The Rov. I., A. Shepherd, Iti'V Prank Robinson Supplied by Rev. Fred
HAS HAPPENED eyes. "No, what I mean is: Mar- boy probably -i Pastor Terlces Jr. Supt.!! Church School
\\ FAR don't toRay' held. It was decided that the next thought he would be contented I A. .1. Thomas. Supt. E. K,Pastor Hev.Rev. Dr.Dr. Rice Adam.and Rector I-emmle Garrett
SO IJu.Ij1' ian why you try going I 1 Perryman. Sunday School Supt. Sunday Morning
meeting would be held at the homeof I after coming Into his inheri, HumlHy School Oon Superintendent Miss Ella I Sa..
eOrganist Hchoel
Hardy brIngs his famHv cottage every day, do the I Sunday School Organist Sunday _
Mrs. Barfield. The club tance. However of Church .SchoolChurch Mrs.\ E. 10 O'clock
is holdIng we read that "not 9:45: A. M. II DavisChurch
to the Bar-X ranch, where housework, take care of Jake; face School' Mrs. James Carlyl. I Worship Service.
a farewell party for her as she many days after he gathered all Morning Snrvlc 10 A. M.\ i School Supt! Service.
to help his friends theNortlwote the problems you'll have after you I 11 O'clockSunday
trice 11 A. M. ; Roy Mathews
he In married." and her family are moving to Mon- together and took a Journey Intoa I Baptist Training Morning\ Worship Sunday School, Evening'
Involved litigation are J
Service Church School
11 A. M.
IO'o Service, 7:30: P. M. _
ticello far
next week. country. Men are never I t'nlnn, sao: P M. Evening 10 A. 1\\[.
threatening loss of their Ray looked a bit uncertain, butMarian's Evening Worship ___ Prayer Meeting Wednesday -
: Service, Morning n A. 1t.i
satisfied by the Service, 7'30: I' M.
water supply Brux- At this meeting Mrs. Roy possession of ma- TSO: P. M. Morning Worship I evening 7:39MI.V. :
ranch Imagination was fired. Young Peopla'a Friday-- .7:30: P. M.
terial 11 A. M.
Green and Miss Grace Barfield things. The most restless Prayer Meeting\
control this received L"lruereptlng..
ton who supply "I think that would be fun!" I Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. Holy DIIY.__U A. M.
useful gifts In honor people are those who have most of 6:30: P. M.
jlndU'llvely refuws to consider! many Pianist 1\leetlnll'\ _ _ _
she said She Prayer
eagerly. laughedand I this world's ,,. ALLIANCE
goods. The Bible air\
of their Mona
which Cnnova
any pointed an accusing finger at something to (Ihe effect that he Choir Director MISSION!! HALL President _
during the week. At the close of \ GOSPEL
to take ov''r the North- John II. Mrs. F. II. Long TAB. I .
Powell ,.
her father. "But I know I The n. Frank
hlmaolf. Marian you; you meeting delicious refreshments who wills to be rich falls Into ChRlrman Organist and Choir
fote propt'rty think I'll fall. Well, I'll show you." eL temptation and_ a_ _snare__ .nml..._ Intn Board or Deaon- nu.. Director u_ __ u:__ .M Sponsored. .. .ft" U.by.. I _.._Robinson_ ____.L_,<,
01 not cnocoiaie n u
Bax.X ana
the cooxies were "'W mr. an. a1n.
Murdy. visiting She turned to Ray. "Are I J. F Klckllter Mrs\[ B. K. Porryman, J.: T.QuigI'o' I v'c. 'r"8'.n
M-uh her father t full In you served by the hostesses. many hurtful and harmful lusts. I Chairman I Assistant OiganlatT J. T. Qulg-ley I The Rev. Leslie
ranch with Kay Holt, handsome game? she demanded. That certainly was true In the case I I Bonrd of Trustees T. Long Aaslatant I Bible Study, each I each Evangelistic Friday evening Service I ShepherdSecretaryTreasurer .

lute "Whatever you say" he smiled."We'll Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Galney had of the Prodigal. He willed to be I _L.-a___Powell_.___ _u Choir_ _. _Director__ Tuesday_evening_ _7:3C: 7:30: o'clock_ J The Rev_Fred Yerke
-- start tomorrow." as holiday guests their children, rich. When he got what he asked I

CHAPTER SIX "For breakfast?" the Judge remarked Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and for he was not satisfied. He traveled BIBLE TEACHER Holiday Services MISSION! 111.1.ND

full moon shone down on theme casually. children and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. abroad. That was not exciting ;I AT TABERNACLE TABERNACLE _
A In the clear stillness Mar- "Breakfast," Marian nodded. Mintz and children of Jacksonville. enough for him. So "he wasted Mark Christmas

and Ray sat close together, "What time Is breakfast, Ray?" Mr. and Mrs. Alph Hazen of his substance In riotous living. Last Tuesday night's program _
an azlng out over the rolling plains Ray was still a bit bewildered, Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. The wealth he asked for to make I :;':: In the auditorium of the First was in charge of Ernest Thorn-

oward the mountains on the tar but smiling. "Jake generally dishesup Strayhorn and children of Wild- him, contented, he it>d to try to rTrcT'I : : \ Methodist Church, comfortably quest, who spoke on the subject: _

ft horizon. They were motionless about a quarter to five," he be wood and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin buy contentment. But he could heated with a new Duo Therm OH "A Christmas Message." He gavea

if")ira' |long time. At last Ray, with Hazen of Starke spent ChristmasHere not buy happiness for the soul -ti, Burning stove and to the magnificent very fine talk on the purpose of '

,jeep breath, rose to his feet gan.Marian was unable to restraina with their parents, Mr. and Eventually he found himself in strains of "Joy to the World" Christ's coming into the world.

knd helped Marian up. gasp of startled surprise. Mrs. E. M Hazen. want feeding hogs. He learned a played by Mrs }o'. 11. Long on the I It wan thoroughly evangelistic.We .

"Getting late" he said, "better "But maybe that's too early for Mr. and Mrs. John Clemens of ; great lesson, but think what he l r excellent Pipe Organ worshipers are prone to lose sight of the

lake vou home." you," Ray went on. ilellbronn wasted In time, money and man gathered Sunday morning for an redemptive purpose of Christ's first _
and Mr. and
She put her hand on his arm. "No. Not at all!" she Insisted Clemons and children Mrs. Dave hood In learning the lesson that a ':" .. .. hour of praise and worship. Mi',. coming The tendency In modernIstic -
of Miami '
"hired servant' whose heart Is A. Z. Adkins beautifully sang "0 circles Is to the
hesitantly emphasize
gay she began "youave valiantly. "I'll be there on the
were visiting here
you've almost avoided me dot." Thursday. right and who is in tune with the Holy Night," and the pastor made value of Jesus' life as an example
.. Mrs. S. M. Baird and Miss Juan- rlfi'hteoUfl. standard. _. nf tho.. ITnthctr'a.. ''a nassionate nlest fur the nnn.IA ?._... A._. .ha u.S. .. ...,.._ _s u.._. _
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several days. 11 i naan; asxea The Judge reflected for a mo au aA VA'UU U1 n.
Ita McKenzie are spending the hol- House, is better off than rich of the world once galo; allow
to go riding with me tonightwe ment. "If I were you," he sale I a teaching! These are no doubt _
Idays with relatives in Ft. Pierce. son who thinks he can the miracle of the birth of Christto
wouldn't be here. She slowly. "I wouldn say anythln r use material very Important. But the sinless] _
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen, and things to purchase happiness. take place. Not In a manger life of Christ
I IIII' closer to him, her lips near to Mother until I was positive was only a proof to
'Why' she pleaded. Then you can tell her the good I daughter, Pauline, of Lake Butler, COne this time but spiritually in the the world that He was worthy to

a moment Ray held his news." spent Christmas here with her thing about the Prodigalthat heart and life of every man, worn- be the Lamb without blemish and
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Galley and and child.
without spot that was offered
.... .. makes him a most interesting up
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They were accompanied home character Is his frankness in ad- The evening service was held In for the sins of the World. That

by Miss Eva Fay Gainey, who will mitting that he found after I union with the First Baptist man han never approached the _

I spend the week !In Lake Butler. money and travel and sinful trying pleasure I Church when the congregationwas same condition of slnlessnesa Is

Janie Mae and Randolph Quar- only unhappiness and failure I led Into a spirit of worship, quite evident. Try as he might he

rels of Miami spent Christmas hel'ewith He was a good repenter "I have 1 int.VM.. It. NI':\\ELI. through a piny prcncnted by the can find no way of redemption _

their grandmother Mrs. Lldy sinned against/( heaven and In thy:' young people and the choir of that through his own efforts. The
Ann demons. t>r. Wm. R. Newell. II Bible ('hurch. teachings of Christ have blessed ,
sight He had not sinned against i' .
I Douglas and Charles of his ,douche of International fame will On next the world and have reformed the ,
Hardy father. He had sinned against Sunday morning the
; ', Winter Haven of last speak at the Tabernacle for four will administer whole of man's thinking, but they
( spent part God in thc sight of his father. All pastor the Sacrament -
[I week here with their parents, Mr. sin Is rebellion against God A I consecutive nights, at 7:30: o'clock, of the Lord's Supper. The alone cannot redeem man from his

'. I and Mrs. Charles Hardy. son's sin may pinch wrinkles of beginning: Tuesday January 3. I beautiful ritual of the Methodist shortcomings.So .

ir4j I Mr. and Mrs., Harmon Morgan pain in the face of a mother and Everyone who is interested In I Church, In its entirety will be used when we think of Christ and

'_ spent the holidays with relativesin weight down with sorrow the learning more about the Bible and Make It a point to be at this service Ills coming into this world we con-
In the deepening of the spiritual and the fess our sinfulness and attest the
Williston. shoulders of a father. A father'ssin through receiving of
; life should avail himself of the the elements of the Sacrament fact that we need His
may put blisters of shame on saving
Aubrey V. Withers the
: splendid to hear this
the face of a child. The Infidelityof publicly profess your intention of grace.
holidays with Mrs. Withers in
great Bible Teacher.
Madison.Mr. a wife or husband may crush I I rededlcutlnu; your life anew on this Tubcriuicln

_P under the weight of Its consequences Dr. Newell has furnished the Inspiration first day of the year to the service Lust KVIflAV. niirht__ -- there__n. was.m_ avery _
and Mrs. E. S. Gainey and the heart of a companion.Men for hundreds of Bible of Jesus Christ and Ills Kingdom. fine Christmas program at
children of Plant City were visit- teachers who are now touring the The evening service will the
: and women may suffer from I begin Tabernacle. The young pro-
$_ ? tlng here Monday as the guestsof the sins committed by other men world preaching the fundamental promptly at 7:15: o'clock at which pie did very well In all their recitations -

: his brothers, L. R., and H. P. and women. But nil sin Is directed truths of the Word of God. Besides time special musical selections will and singing and the true

"EvemV sir"Ray said ,, J Gainey.Mr. against God. "Against thee and these there are thousands of be played on the Organ by Charles spirit of Christmas was emphasized.

"Marian told' you?" Jreath and Mrs. Paul Stewart of thee only have I sinned." No man I preachers and Christian wOI'kers Pender. At 7:30: o'clock Mrs. E. No thought foreign to the observance -

y Lake Butler spent Christmas here has really repented for wrong do- who have bee nlaughl and trainedby K.: Perryman will play and there of the Birth of Christ

with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ing until he thinks of his sins as him. will be several congregational was Introduced. There was a large
E. T. Stewart and the Rev. and having been committed against He is also the author of several songs. The pastor will speak on attendance and every one enjoyedthe

Then he crushed her to "All right, Dad, Marian said a Mrs. G. E. McGauley. God. Our sins may have been in I well-known religious books in the the subject "Jesus and the New program Immennely. Little remembrances t

jhm his lips full on hers. Just as bit dubiously, "but It'll work out.I Mr. and Mrs. L. A Mott and the sight of men or they may have field of prophecy, devotional works Year." May we show forth our devotion were given to all 1

ftiddenly. he released her. know It will!" son, L. A. Jr., spent Christmas been committeed in some secret and commentaries. Dr. Newell and love to God by Attend- those who have been faithful In

"That's why," he eald. "And I here with MI' and Mrs. J. R. Mott. place under the wing of night, commands a good hearing among ing the services of the Church on attendance upon the services at

ught have better sense." Jake looked on balefully as when no human eye saw us but the more enlightened Christians of this New Year's Sunday. the Mission Hall and Tabernacle,

"Bui Ray Marian said hap- Marian, still a bit sleepy-eyed SUNNY BROOK FARMMrs. when we sinned we sinned againstGod today. Tuesday night at 7 o'clock In the as well as all guests present.

lIy, it's"all right. I'm In love hurried about the kitchen. Every- Floyd R. Crosby, Cor. Who so loved us that He gave His home Is in DeLand nnd he Parsonage the members of the The decorations were very beau-

(with you. thing was In disorder. Coffee bub- His only begotten son to die for spends most of his time there Board of Stewards will meet for tiful. The platform was arched

She watched him steadily as he bled on the stove, eggs and pota- G. M. Bennett is spending a us. The Prodigal got his material when he Is not on a teaching tour. I their regular monthly meeting. with palm branches Interspersed

ludled; her face with Intense pre- toes were being friend biscuits while in St. Petersburg.Mrs. substance from his father but all It is to be hoped that the Christian The Chairman of the Hoard, W. P. with Autumn-tinted oak and hol- a

upntion When he spoke, hismce were being made, the table was I material things belong to God. It people of Starke and nearby Smith is anxious to have a 100//Iy. Colored lights artistically arranged '- "
J. R. and children
i was soft and unsteady."When being set all at once. Kelly was not his estate he wasted In towns, will be present each night! percent attendance at this meetIng added greatly to the beau-
Kathryn and Robert Lloyd, are
a girl like you says she "You gonna be our biscuitshooter riotous living. It was God's money and feast on spiritual things. Hereis ty and enhanced the whole effect.
this week in Lake Butler
loves me there's only one thing ?" the child asked. spending which should have been used for a treat that no one should miss. Wednesday night at 7:30: o'clock Next Friday night the subject
with Mr. and Mrs. A.
nor a man to say," he murmured, "Your what?" L. her parents, God's glory and should not have : Remember the date January 3rd the mid-week worship service will will be "What Are You Walling

MrawHig a deep breath. "When Drlggers. been sacrificed on the altar of human to January 7th."Watch" : be held in the Church. The pat For." Don t forget; the Newell .
[,hould I talk to your dad aboutrrylng "Cook our chow reg'lar?" Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Crosby and lust He had physical tor Is especially anxious to havea meeting, Jan. 3-6, 1939. .
"That's the Idea," smiled Mar- I children of New River, and Mr.
you""a4" strength and personality which he material increase in the number ---+ iIh'
Ian and Mrs. Colonel and chil- ServiceTo
Marian seemed confus- brightly. Crosby received as a gift from God and of attendants at these most TRAIN HKDIJI.K .

( I. "Oh1' That's right, I suppose From his room, Ray called' dren of Brooker attended church which he wasted in sin and dissi Be Enjoyed worthwhile mid-week services. Schedule of trains arriving here '::2r!

Va i ought to 0111, "breakfast almost ready?" here Sunday. pation. We have no right to take Come and worship and strengthen dally. Subject to change without :! :

"Sooner the better," said Ray "Couple of minutes, Ray,'.' MarIan J. R. Kelly and Miss Arsula physical strength from God and Saturday NightThe your Spiritual life through these notice.

Dimply replied. She smiled at Jake Crosby spent Sunday afternoon in use that strength against God. We religIous services. Hoiillihomid)ie Sturke ;i' '

Til I'll\ speak to him first," again. "I can make doll clothes, Lake Butler. have no right to receive from God Starke Ministerial Alliance The First Methodist Church was No. 1- Local_-____ 11.29p.m. ,,,
itt said too" she said. Mrs. A. H. Johns and L. M. the mind and ability to make a has planed nn Interesting and established In our community and No. 101--Through___ 10.29p.m. iio.

An hour later Judge Hardy was "Doll clothes?" was the scorn Gaines of Starke, were visiting Mr. fortune and then use that fortune worthwhile service for Saturday for' these years since its founding No. 107-Through,___ 8.37a.m. I .,

|'eanlng back in his chair and 1111l ful reply "for who?" and Mrs. Floyd Crosby Christmas for the gratification of self Our night December 31 In the First has always stoud ready to be of I NorthlxHinil-Duo Nturkw r ".

|l nag 10 a nervous young lady. "Haven't you a doll?" :Marian day.Alton lives, our talents and our all came Methodist Church. Tho service assistance to those In need of No. 2- Local------ 528a.m. 2-.:

"Dud Ray Is really fine. I know asked In surprise. Dobbs who Is working In t'rom God. When we waste any will begin promptly at 9:30: o'clock Spiritual refreshment. But the No. 108- Through 5.41p.m. p

I'Sli' must seem rather well I "Naw! I had one oncet, but I Lake City, spent Christmas herewith gift of God in "riotous living," we P M, In the Church School rooms Church can only serve' you as you Stark., tepid lull! Branch .

jsippose sudden but ." traded It for a pair' of spurs," Jake his wife and Mrs. Inez Kel- SIN AGAINST GOD. Every sinful when interesting forms of recreation attend Its services and become No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m.

She caull'ht----fl--. "-.1.It..... n'-- flvg n....... said.Marian ly. --- act Is the hand of human depravity will be directed for all awe/ more definitely affiliated with It. No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: p. m.
the window on his U-oI way r---into laughed and turned to raised in rebellion against God groups. hollowing more tnan an therefore, a most coruiai J invitation (Dally except Sunday's)

'the Itu y 'There he Is! Please be' the cupboard. "I'll mix some cookies : him. Let us not forget that every sin hour of fun and frolic, refreshments Is extended to members to T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent.

|etohlm.. Dad!" she pleaded. after breakfiist." she said. I I "Sorry I'm a little late with we ever committed whether In the will be served. Climaxingthe friends and to the stranger within ---- _

H There was a genuine simplicity "Have you any molasses?" breakfast, but I had to help mother sight if man or in some secret evening will be the Worship I our farr city to come anti, wor-

jwut the ranch worker, a slmplic"Jcommandlng Noticing a large can labeled I get off," she said. "She and place, WHS committed against God.EVERGREEN service conducted In the main aU'j ship upon every oppoitunlty. FOR ALL FORMS OF. ,
\ he "Molasses," she reached for It. Aunt Milly are driving down to the .. ditorium of the Church. The I "
wd the room respect, as en- "That ain't molasses" Jake said I reservation to look at Indian blan- Leslie Shepherd will be In chargeof Only on "great days" such as a I '
the order of worship assistedby I visit from the minister did our INSURANCEPLEASE
I "Eveninislr\ ," be said, look- warningly "that's varnish. kets. all'''. F. A. Hosier, Correspondent I
i lfrom one to the other. "Marian "Varnish ?" Marian laughed. Reaching for the biscuits, Mar- the Rev. Frank Robinson. The I colonial forebears serve dessert.

told yoU" "I'm glad you told me. Not sucha I ian's hand slipped against the Mrs. Paul Glover and children Rev. Fred Verkes will deliver a I r..l1.-.-.... I PHONE 146 I II II
'short address and the service will [
The Judge smiled. "Well, she good place for varnish." oven pan. She cried with pain and and Mrs. Marlon Hamilton of Ft. 1t COLDSflr.t I
to close the stroke
tok' ihe's fallen In love with "I used the varnish can for a Ray rushed over and put his arms Pierce are visiting their parents, come a Open i .
I I flr.t dar
of 12 I
I"J." he replied easily. target," Jake explained. I around her. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier. Midnight. ., '-C, Headachesand HAROLD C. WALL
j "Hurt bad?" he asked solicit It Is the plan and of the
'ThInks voice purpose ,
Once more Ray's was "
Marian burst out pas- Mrs. J. D. Sapp and baby spent Fever I Agency

'mately. 'Dntl---, _"VA.' .'u,.._.,,. ..r, T_ heard. "Hey Jake, dust off my ously. I I "-I.1t... on..u_ ". ......Ih... .h..... .,.,'..._,dh..._..., _U,.'_a. Ministerial Alliance of which the !, liquid Taklcti In an nln...
uy. smiled at him. "Not Rev. Frank Robinson Is Umlvf, Non Colda: ,
boots, will ? Marian up presld..nt.tl Drop due to
howWh51 I want! ya Thomas, near Starke. Ajcy. Eat.", Over 50 Years
about Jake?" he asked. As Jake started for the boots, now," she said. ) thus usher out the old year and I Liniment I l }
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and
"Jake needs a around Marian turned to her. Jake watched In disgust."Mush usher in the New with a devoted Try "llub-Mv-Tlsm" Wonderful }
ber IP"4'j Marian woman said "Shall I do that?" !" she burst out. Drop- children were visitors to Starke body of worshiper sof all denominations -- -' ."..

quickly. boots with a bang, she Friday.Mr. gathered together. ,
might' be "No alree! Jake exclaimed ping Ray's
im.1!! so, the
BM. turning to Ray. "North-Judge grabbing the boots and holdlnithem stalked out In jealous anger. As and Mrs. Allle Peele and There will be special music and BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull
me behind her. "Ray set a store she sat on the ground, back to children of Orlando and Mr. and congregational singing duringthe
B Vold.1!, 'You're your fine record, by his boots Paid forty bucks for the cottage wall, choking back her Mrs. J. D. Peels and children were service. Mrs. H. C. Brown, will line of Caskets & Undertaker Supplier
a hard worker AMBULANCE SERVICE!: .
Ihn! ?. honest 'em." She procured a dust rag and tears, Andy strode up. visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier preside at the console of the Organ
you'e% good. Marian DAY AND NIGHT ;1
what's the matter. sister? Sunday afternoon. and will for the service.
I "Say. play
BW how r feel about marriage. began to rub the boots. S3 PhONE!: BS !
i IU a fl"y-'lfty partnership. "Where do you keep the sugar?"' he asked. B. E. Rosier and mother and J. A cordial Invitation la hereby extended O. II. BENNETT, Mgr. 1

ifcT liie What you're willing to of- asked Marian, turning bact to the Jake stared at him angrily. D. Sapp spent Sunday afternoon to peoples of all faiths In "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" :'
He table. I "You'd cry too if you say your with Mr. and Mrs. Bunk Wilkinsonnear Starke and vicinity to meet with ,
Paused and lookIt "
It Marian 'But, what about "In the salt jar." I father being ruined she answered. Highland.Mrs. us and worship thus at the closeof

** "daughter" "Why don't you keep It In the I J. S. Rosier spent Friday the old year and the opening of '

'iIt' She Was the sugar jar?" Marian asked, reach- "Gee Andy said "you mean with her daughter, Mrs. J. S. Sapp. the new.
surprised at his Job. or signed 'I
dad's lost SPECIAL '
D. your
Ing for the salt jar near Lawtey. .
'I1Ia someone's note .
lit JUdge nodded. "There's a 'Cause the salt's In there !"' Jake said fiercely, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and I'KK.SBVTEItlA.V III'RCII:

1 Jr than lust romance being Jake said with a grimace. I through"Naw her tears. "Its that goo- daughters were visiting his sister "Facing a New Year" will be YOUR CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c I.

in. i *! this Part of the coun- Marlan's patience was a wandel'l sister of yours. She' Mra. C. A. Pringle, Saturday the topic developed by Dr. C. C.
gy-eyed. sap
w* Was reading' an article the to behold. "Wouldn't It be Is making up to him and the big night. Adams at the Presbyterian Church GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD
Trial&Yabot' tr'al'' marriage'." to keep the sugar In the sugar Jar like an orphan Miss Louise Rosier spent Friday Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. The
Is gleating
tt marriage"! gasped Mar- and the salt In the salt Jar? she I calf.lug with Miss Lorene Rosier at Wood- quarterly communion will be TO PAYSmith's H

asked sweetly. whistled. "Whew! So Martan's 'lawn. served Sunday January 8, at 11 Ob-I ;

sie 711l/tened,!!/ 'i don't hold with "Why?" Jake asked with a puzzled Andy sticking her neck out again!" m., and Dr. Adams urges all r

,*-, 1It'll Ideas Judge. I don't look. and patted Jake's Salt, a necessary Ingredient In municant members! of the church I :
-III ob Just then Ray entered the room. He grinned"Don't worry"' he said the diet of humans and most mammals to make a special effort to be i Garage

I ?0V mpan carrying the all ready for the range with the' shoulder"It won't last." has high antiseptic proper- present and share In this helpful
ait he was sagely I
the of the slippers Inspiring service.
exception ties.
"" letter i CONTINUED)
th. pro- Marian smiled at I I TO BE .
Judga with twinkling I still wearing.

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TelegraphEstablished ST PETERSBURG FOR GOVERNOR J, H. Rod- Marriage and Divorce Rates Higher

Bradford County THEPOCKETBOOK: gore, local real estate dealer open- In 1937 Than In Any Year SinceThe : I

,1877 ed the 1040 gubernatorial nice here
by announcing his candidacy and --
Published 'Weekly'on Fridays-and'Entered 'as Second 'Class o/.KNOWLEDCE TpPPS Issuing a seven-point platform. 1937 marriage and divorce 1933 and '1937. M1chtgt! ;, ,
Rodgers, who was an unsuccessful rates In the United States were with a rate of 2.4 aiv,?,. lext
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida -N'eI6 s 4ES IarI candidate for City Council in 1030, the highest -' .ce 1023. two University 1,000 population in na: ? IJPf
.. .., 7o41NIA-A'1716'R with the national .1101", ", It
--- last of research workers ,
Legislature Chicago rate
--- --- -- -- -- ?a**U M4 untt/ and for the State ot i 1 I
? MEM.BER year said he would begin at once estimated. Reno divorces slumps,( I
I I to build up an organization In each and although Nevac ,'',, I'al'pl' :.!
n\PRESS ASSOCIATIONE. I .. : I4 of the State's 67 counties. Princi- They found there were 11.03 Its divorces between 1020 1'11"\11.(1\ (
J'I marriages and 1.93 divorces for the state "?"I 1 IH!\,)<
4 in his gubernatorial total was
pal planks m ,
\ 1,000 The l?
every persons. mar- ul
_. 'aouoat4 3lotiddI : platform Include' repeal of the riage rate was 40 percent above fewer 1036. In the' latter VCR, r
State ad Valorem tax system
L. Matthews_________________________Editor and Owner enactment of a State wage-hour that of the depression year of .---
_. ... -- -- .- ti' t law amendment of State pension 1932 and the divorce rate was SO WALKS FOR liE.
percent higher than In the peak \Irll|
SUBSCRIPTION RATE I'' I ALL THE INCOME: OVER SOOO laws to provide a $50 a month of 1935. TAMPA-When moBIII., ,
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance / IN THI*COUNTR/ I m POT"01. grant to Floridians over 05 abolition year 83, they feel the rest of III,, ,, ." I.
a The were bused
statistics on
Advertising Rates on ApplicationAN I ; COT GOVERNMENT! VO. of the State Milk Control should be spent In slum. .., ,',1d
!j luf*. TMAt4AO_ R A>CWWme I Board repeal of the gross receiptstax marriage reports from 23 states the fireplace reading ln.' h
s i Ii and establishment of a State and divorce figures from 16 states ing. Not Capt. Patrick, i '/llok
OPEN DOOR TO 1939 ? small loan agency to extend finan- National statistics were not published retired Nova Scotia sea '
cial aid to $1,000 over short prior to 1920 and the census who reached Tampa .'I') a1
I up Suntia ., ,,
Somewhere in the Bible the One whose birthday we have OMB" MILLION terms. bureau. ceased to issue them In long hike from '
just celebrated speaks the words: "Behold, I have set before JOB4 M TN@ NORSE 1932. Since he retired 17 V-HI* / / Ij
an open door." .N CHINESE NAVE AHD BEEN BUGGY RE tU/ME4S ACED : South Africa Kaffir girls adorn : It was reported that Florida Capt, Taylupr has dom .I r
you '''ie OF NAINANBy AN ETIMATIPJ0 themselves with huge headdressesof had the greatest gain--00 percentIn but walk, and plans t I'' i II..
What a beautiful thought with'which'to enter upon the M THE C'HIAA IA.WOMEN 4000 r ELLING 000 ANDBRA44 *MAKING, mebela, a breakfast cereal. -- the number of divorces In walking until he dies u
19391 E"ARRINoSSo
year ,AICNlScrtAtrrE IM
An open doo; leading: to three hundred and sixty-five .. y _A*-AfM4 NJP + ty heated game of checkers as an

brand new days which are our's to do with what we will 1 No .(f'. !1.A1' A 711tf1/ active But somehow sport. Grandad lived toa

more, no less for any man-it is share and share alike whenit ripe old age and never knew

comes to Father Time. Perhaps, as Arnold Bennett main- what he was missing. He never got
behind with his work on account
tains in his "How to Live on Twenty-four Hours a Day," the 6f golf and he was always up to

realm of Time is the one real democracy existing in the world scratch when it came to paying his
today. d bills. (And there are a good' manyof
k. /; ARtMOae the offspring of Grandad who
"It has been said that time is money," Mr. Bennett f M/MEN.IH ffOwtP FRISHTTNEP IWANT THS:!CO4fT4L PUFFER' i 64 MILLIONIA1FN THAN could profit by his example.-Safe-
writes. "That proverb understates the case. Time is a great \( ),MFMTO msIF WITH AIR- + w :- Itf. INM1BANCIPOLIOS ty Harbor Herald.
deal more than mon y. If you have time you can obtain ON THE WATeR UNTIL PAN6FR I* EFFECT IN
AT...._.TN'"irone wf me a TMI.* TO ANY FATHER
money-usually. But though you have the wealth of a cloak- AIR.PeFMTft..ANf> *Utt OffVHBt* COUNTRY/

room attendant at the Carlton Hotel, you cannot buy yourself; There are little eyes upon you andthey're
watching night and day;
a minute more time than I have, or the cat by the fire has." There are little ears that quickly The good will of the holiday season re

The author continues his interesting analysis as follows: i alike, act alike, or eat alike. take in every word you say; minds us of your good will throughout the

"Philosophers have explained space. They have not explained : It is probably very true that There are little hands all eager to ;year, for which we give you our heartfelt
OTHERPENS we suffer 'altogether too much do everything you do,
thanks. May happiness prosperity and
time. It is the inexplicable raw material of everything.With I ,
from the urge to conform to reg- And a little boy who's dreaming of great success attend in the to
it, all is possible; without it, nothing. The supply of iment our clothing, our recreationsand the day he'll be like you. come. you year

time is truly a daily miraclean affair genuinely astonishingwhen our habits according* to the
ways .of the majority-which is You're the little fellow's idol,
one examines it. You wake up in the morning, and lo!I just another way of saying: that you're the wisest of the wise,
your purse is magically filled with twenty-four hours of theuUInADufactured. most of 'are'scared' to death of In his little mild about you no A & P TEA STOREN.

; .tissue, of. the ,universe; of, your life! It ,is EMORY MANTO:: illS,TASTE-,,-.tWlst.the neighbors. will say. He suspicions believes in ever you rise devotedly; holds N. PKEVATT MRT.WILL .
life-would look little
yours. It is the most precious t>f possessions. A highly sin- screwy Maybe if wt; dlAn't have that a urge. that all you say and do IK ALL I>.\Y AIONOAY

; ,gular..commodity; showered upon you in a manner as singularas .Maybe it Is an encouragingisign, \ If we' dldrv'r1iave\some respect for He will say and do in your way -- -.. --_ _
-- -- ---- -
the commodft)1Uselft.:) '.. ".... .... when large!! numbers of people de- the opinions of our; fellows we when he's grown up like you -,.... -
cide that don't care what could get our affairs into .at
they soon .
"For remark 1 No one can take it from you. It is un- quite But tan have There's a wide-eyed little fellow 4PERFE T
other folks thinks about them so a mess. you
stealable. And no one receives Cither more or less than you long as they get a bit of fun out of too much; of a good thing. who believes you're always right i100oo( PROTECTION")
And his ears are always open, and i100 crb'b
receive. life. Maybe we tend to be too The big idea, after all. Is to geta an
he watches day and night. ryu.ph.o.llydJuhJMh
prim and proper, and need more of little fun out of life. Being scar- 1'r"lalla, '' /.
"Talk about ideal In the realm of time oroonpduRalillylywlmoah
an You are setting an example every I J :: "
the ed of what will think if .000J :; (
let-your-hatr-down spirit. people you ?
day in all you do, ... .. ell..l7 OtUb
there in no aristocracy of wealth, and no aristocracy of in- ftlmb"
deviate a little from the accepted
Anyway It was a funny reaction ..
For the little boy who's waiting ., .ol"lfIrofh''Oral!
''f tellect. Genius is rewarded extra hour deportment can be a : tm4 6o ::1
never by even an a that Life Magazine got the other canons to grow up to be like you. ..dwa nu. ::..:, ean6nem j'oli100p
day. And there is no punishment. Waste your infinitely day, when It printed a set of pho- pretty big handicap in that unend-; -Selected. rti lJIIIJo, tWraredbrr:

precious commodity as much as you will, and the supply will tos that showing happen.some In southern of the odd California. things- hassee ing and Democrats universal.struggle.-Tallu.- I TWO RUMORS. i10p.rte Zit ,'I>,i'.n orlt,al .monhr, If r.holly/

never be withheld from you. No mysterious power will say: '.- I 1lvholirdybl'Jo"ai'(0rlmomhr: : : ,

=This man is a fool, if not a knave. lie does not deserve Life had rounded up some rather THE COUNTRY>OCTOIti With the approach of the next' (oral or rDac16na q diy rone6eammt M aadura tC':aurra'daaa : ;:olhich:

time; he shall be cut off at the meterIt is more certain bizarre pictures: pictures of hot i Legislature, rumors already'are' $13il,000 ,Olt d i:agp'atioar duo. 10-*.
dog stands built to look like derby being heard of new efforts to I m.m......
than consols, and payment of income is not affected by Sun- Out of his bed at midnight, :. allo fait nods I .
hats and orange juice stands resembling abolish peace justice courts as .h' ... "rMaegn.
days. Moreover, you cannot draw* on the future. Impossible Chinese pagodas, picturesof Over the country till roads midnight, unnecessary and coronets' Juriesas J ''.000 e"h, erou.r.s.al.w*
Watching a ;
to get into debt! You can only waste the passing mo- nudists and nuts-and-vegetables Bearing the wlnter'gale. undesirable. j I al Pl oNrMr SSf1* ",* *;
faddists and bearded hermits and < The peace justice courts frequently .
ment. You cannot waste tomorrow it is for You ,....u.'I
; kept you. of the other manifestationsof have been criticised be- .n.n
some '
;: "
cannot waste the next hour; it is kept for you. the southern Californlan's irrepressible Up for a meal at midday,. cause of the deposits citizens must :'I II vr'-.J-p/; fI uo'Dnmi.P: 'dl"41
Off on a hurried call, 4c ohri Doh
"I said the, affair was a miracle. Is it not? urge to live an unfet- !Miles on a lonely byway, make before they obtain warrantsor (I.Iocr'.r..../.:.r.
tered life. other service. Coroners' juries "DlJab
"You have to live on this twenty-four hours of daily time. Out through a Summer squall.
have come under much criticismby
Life promptly got a flock of let- HAROLD C. WALL Agency
Out of it you have to spin health, pleasure, money, content, ters from southern Californians, Called from an''evening pleasureInto the frequency with which they

respect, and the evolution of your immortal soul. Its rightuse and the burden of most of them. a bitter;}night, bring verdicts of "unavoidableaccidents" RELIANCE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANYOF

its most effective use, is a matter of the highest urgency was to this effect: "If we get a Hurried from a moment pleasure, claiming In lives.cases-of Miami auto crashes Dally PITTSBURGH J
kick out of these things, and if Into a patient plight.
and of the most thrilling actuality. All depends on that. they don't hurt anybody, what un- News.

Your happiness-the elusive prize that you are all clutchingfor der the sun is wrong with them 9" Rushing away at daybreak,

my friends!depends on that." Which; when you stop .to think Into a blizzard wild.
about it, is a question that takesa Soothing a mother's headache
And confronted by three hundred and sixty-
now we are bit of answering. Over suffering child.
five of these "miracles," as Mr. Bennett calls them ; three Suppose, for Instance, that a .| < I WAKETtAA
hundred and sixty-five of these miraculous clays of twenty- man is in the business of retailing Ever a willin" rervpn.
pop and hot dogs. If it pleases Never a selfish end,
:' four hours each; three hundred and sixty-five precious parcels him to build his hotdogandpopstand Solacing kind,;observant,

I' of Time which stretched end to end will comprise the so that it resembles a vest Doctor. adviser, friend.

!",' year 1939 pocket edition of the Taj Mahal -Bak.*r County. News.

\ "BEHOLD, I HAVE SET BEFORE YOU AN OPEN why on earth shouldn't he do BO? .
It may be objected, of course, that TOOK GR.\NDPA1!
1. DOOR AND NO MAN CAN SHUT IT." all of his neighbors have to look -4It ----
; This New Year door of 1939 is opening into a new life, at the thing; yet no southern Call- may be tat your Grandad UP !

new associations, new experiences. What if the old year has 'ornlu wayside stand ever wus half never saw a movie, an airplane, or
as big an eye-sore as the ordinary listened to a radio or owned a
been disappointing? It is a closed door now; a door closed eastern wayside stand which was modern automobile. But there is k

purposely to shut out the very things that had best be for- built to resemble nothing at all. one Citing Grandpa's side, he

gotten. Why waste precious portions of "the unmanufactur Similarly, It a man feels like retiring never had to wait In a barbershopuntil THIS IS NO TIME TO PULL A
to secluded neck shaved he :
some girl
pasture a tier
ed tissue of the universe of your life" in casting backward
and In the unclad went in
r romping sun I probably never swimming
l glances at a closed door? why shouldn't he? None of us has, : with a lady, h" didn't smoke men- RIP VAN WINKLE STUNT

3 "We never shall have any more time," Mr. Bennett to: go and look at him, nor does tholated cigarettes, .have his fin
his example compel us to i Imitate I red his toe-
ger-nails man icy or
"We have and have always had all the time
warns. we him. And If his neighbor electsto nailo! doctored\", We doubt If he I ONLY 5 MONTHS LEFTIN
there is." let his beard grow to his waist, drank.near-b4..anii.n.:didn't di-

And now, as we come to 1939, let us approach it in a or goes barefooted and subsists on vorqeQran. mlifhe undoubtedly
hazelnuts ana raw carrots what oft did not snoot a'rfiltln station ban-
t spirit of thankfulness and appreciation to Him who pronounced ? The good Lord surely never dit, didn't sleejj.'in broadcloth pa- WHICH TO' TAKE ADVANTAGE OF

that inspiring challenge: "Behold, I have set before you ordained that we must all look I jamas and wa, satisfied with a
' an open door, and no man can shut it. -



We admire the spirit shown by at least one sewing room

+'II,I ,R woman during the supposed crisis here several weeks ago YOU INTEND TO LET TITLE TO YOUR

i when thirty-four of the ladies got dismissal slips during the l 93 PROPERTY REVERT TO THE STATE OF

I; space of forty-eight hours. It turned out later that it was. FLORIDA?

4 all a mistake, and most of the ones dismissed were Te-employ- "* THAT IS WHAT WILL HAPPEN IF YOU DELAY -

,- i 1 ed but at the time it all seemed real enough and things looked ?.'. I TOO LONG IT WILL BE A PHYSICAL

An outstanding bright spot, however, was one woman CIRCUIT COURT TO HANDLE ALL APPLICATIONS

' i who showed genuine appreciation for the employment that FOR SETTLEMENT OF TAXES UNDER

h w had already been given her and who refused to be disheartened THIS LAW IF YOU WAIT UNTIL THE LAST

s by the threat of dismissal. To all our friends we say "Happy.New. N FEW WEEKS IT IS IN FFECT.DON'T .

'' "Why I'm just thankful that I've ,been able to work for Year!" Ahd may our friendships'growthroughout

r as long as I have," she said. "When 1 came here I didn't

know a thing about sewing. I've not only earned some much-I the coming year. I TAKE A CHANCE !

needed cash, but I have learned enough to make it possiblefor

me to earn a living outside. the sewing room if the need THERE IS NO REASON TO WAIT ANY LONGER. BY APPLYING


Such appreciation and understanding is rare indeed and, FULL BENEFIT TO BE DERIVED FROM: ( THE. MURPHY LAW

like all rare things, is highly prized by those upon whom it is B. E. HATFIELD, Mjrr.