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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 24, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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blushed 1877 Subscription-For Year. $1.50; Six Months 75c -Payable in Advance E. L. Matthews Editor and Owner
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ALL I COUNTY'S FIRST TOBACCO GROWER WILLIE THOMAS SCENE OF LEGION'S "AT HOME" I

We are always BERRY

Interested In the I % .
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UNTIES GIRDR \"first" man to I ear

( start something I i CONVICTEDOF OUTLOOKIS

new, or who does I

TAX FIGHT affects something the that wel- i!! KILLINGS

fare of Bradford i] v BRIGHTER

County. Therefore :

III Protest Any ChangeIn when the :] Jury Recommelldsflercy- i,

'Track Distribution Telegraph heard Prices Strengtlell-New

Race that Rufus M. I'I For Rrooker Negro Crop To Mature' -+;

Johnson was the 'Who Shot Two In {Week
first man to grow ,:i
fficlals of Florida's "small'Lies tobacco commercially I I -
Willie
Thomas Brooker
,
Wed- negro A decidedly brighter picture
organized in Mayo I n Bradford i j i
lav a court attack on who went on a killing spree the ... __ _. confronted the rtrawher 1sau.- i
to fight County, we decided -"" --"-""' ''"''''" H' ry

I present method of distrlbutI that a picture night of January 23 murdered two The Jones-Langford-Whlte Post clock. will be short talks by various try here this week as prices soared -

I revenue from the state's race of him would be other negroes and started after a American Legion will be at hometo I city ant county officials, and to the season's high of $5.8O \' i

k tax. Bradford County Col.was Interesting, and third when nabbed by,officers, was its friends at the new Com- Legionnaires. One of the main )per 36-plnt crate and plants gave
the meeting: by
esented at present I there- convicted of first degree murder munity Center building (pictured events of the evening will be an promise of producing a good
crop
Superintendent
and
.. Knight with. Mr. Johnson above) on West Call Street from impressive Installation of new
Instruction A. J. Grlf- with recommendation for mercy of fruit by the last of next week.
ublic grew tobacco In by Jury in Duval Circuit Court 5 p. m. til 9 p. m., Tuesday, March Legion officers. The general pub- '
1924 at Graham last week. 28. The public Is Invited to In- lic is cordially Invited to acceptthe Growers quickly responded witha

nder the present set-up this where he was vq spect the building In the afternoon Legion' hospitality and to see more optimistic frame of mind
Thomas shot Annie Bell Dawk-
iity receives more than $20,000 share cropp Ing Ins his and a special feature of the the new building, now officially and many now have high. hopes of ,
i this source. If large coun- for C. B. Roberts. sister-in-law and Bishop program which begins at 8. o'- opened for the first time +{,,
fare their Arnett Hicks, negro man whom he two weeks of good shipping at
in
successful attempt He planted four ------
blamed for past troubles with his favorable before North
and distribute prices
law
the acres (with quitea
baDge
revenue on a basis of populait few misgivings, wife. He stated he shot the Dawk- BIG CUTEXPECTED LOCAL GUARDSRATED Carolina enters the picture around if'' ''I
yr
Brad'S ins woman by mistake, thinkingshe the middle of April.
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will seriously cripple he admits) since
was his wife. The shooting The freeze of late
finances. he had never seen s February was
occurred at Hick's home in Jack
still reflected In declining volume
nder the present method of al- tobacco grown or
clog race track money, each cured before. He sonville.\ during<<: the past seven days 'and

| the 67 counties receives and obtained all the After the double murder, Thomas IN WPAROLLSOffice EXCELLENTHeadquarters only around 500 crates were ship"j

share and the so-called literature that q left in an automdblTe which he ped from Starke and Lawtey since
? had stolen during the' afternoon Thursday of last week. At aa
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available
tail counties' get funds they was o n I Li.-
from Billy Noegel of Stai'ke. He average price of $4.00 per crate
Irwlse! would not receive. VlrBiy the subject and Company
Here Not Yet Informed
was overtaken by officers near this would mean a return of $2- ya
none of them has legalizedg studied it carefully. i
but they share in the tax The success of ,his experiment was attested to by the fact that he Whitehouse after h$ crashed, ata How Many Makes Fine ShowingAt 250 to growers.

nue on the same basis with made 800 pounds per> acre which he sold at Valdosta, Georgia (at break-neck speed, ''with a heavy Will Go Inspection The seasons totals from Brad-

ties having horse and dog that time the near,est market) for 14 cents a pound. Mr. Johnson truck. He stated he was on his ford County now stand at 1,050- '

tracks. now makes his hon:IB on a farm near Hampton, and has lived to see way back to Brooker to kill his Works Progress Administration through Headquarters Its annual Company Federal came Inspection 400 pints, for which growers have
mother-in-law.
tobacco become a t driving; Industry in Bradford County. It.s. estl- received' approximately $67,500. t ?
t: the Mayo meeting, Wallace -. officials in Wasblngon this week with flying colors Mon-

Vgis of Ocala, Marion County mated that groweI'Imore i here will plant arourd 1,000 acres this season, Lake Butler prepared to cut 400,000 persons day night and was given a ratingof Plant City continues- to ship carloads 1+
fcrney named chairman of than three tI:mea the amount devoted to this crop last year Shooting de-
was from the WPA rolls April 1, unless "excellent" in almost every although the season there I I. '
committee to direct when Governmental restriction was in effect. Leamon Dyal Is being held in ,
leering partment of Its activities. .
said to be f r
Lake Congress complies at the last minute virtually over. Con-
\\ activities of the "small coun- Butler on a first degree Col.\ R. H. Kelly, inspecting of- tinued weather is ,
loco He was instructed toIce Tag Sales UpA Remodels HouseWork murder charge In connection with with President Roosevelt's request ficer, commended Lt. T. T Longon dry cutting the 7t
there
strong and vigorous action total of 1,416 automobile Is almost completed on the fatal shooting Saturday nightof for an additional grant of the fine showing of the local crop low short lands although believed berries ,
license tags have been' sold in remodeling the home and board- Tom 28 The on are to be
Resist" filed Dowling, ; shootIng -
the injunction suit I $150,000.000 to continue relief company, and described the Inspection for ten Around
good days longer. t
Charles M. Wiggins of Miami Bradford County this year, it was ing house of Mrs. Bertha Pearceon is said to have' .occurred at as one of the most satisfactory -
work at Its level until twelve
out of
fin effort to hold up dlstrlbu- learned yesterday from C. A. South Cherry Street. The Dyal's home on the :outskirts of present he had ever made I cars were shipped j.
Plant the first of
i of the fund. Contending that Knight, County Tax Collector. Of, back and side porches have been Lake Butler. Testimony at the July 1. A further reduction of Col. Kelly arrived here at 4 The City seasons totals from the Week.there !

|tax Is a state levy and cannot these 984 are passenger car tags, i screened, the dining and living Inquest revealed that the two men 600,000 Is planned for May and an p.m., and Inspected properties are 19,075,128 with estimated !
used legally for county 392 are truck tags, and 40 are rooms completely remodeled and had been in town together that additional 200,000 cut will prob- and administrative records. Beginning pints an -
return. to
oses, Wiggins is seeking an trailer tags. These figures exceed redecorated and extensive repairs night and the fatal shooting followed ably be made In June. This means at 8 o'clock the company 781,873.34. growers of $1-
those for the slmillar period last have been made on the roof an argument the 1,200,000 or more than onethirdof
on to
r to stop Comptroller J. M. way went through clone order drill and :...
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| from distributing the money. -year by- several hundred. and other parts of the house. Dyal's home. the 3.015.000 now on relief will Its regular schedule of activities -
be let out before July 1. GIRLS
Iturgl 11 also Ipatructod' to hawing technical' training that
was Instruments'Filed-For Record Show-' '
with : Roy Schroder, Florida WPA ad- each Individual morn in the company PHOTOGRAPHED
the' Gefteral
jfer Attorney ;
ministrator announced last week had ;

the State Comptroller' and to that 4.000 tb 8,000 Florida work The following rejelved.activities, were I Picture sections of Florida newspapers
for postponement of a hearin MANY PROPERTY CHANGES IN PAST FEW\ MONTHS
ers must be .dropped within 30
| the given .a 'riilrlg of "excellent" by will .noon be made more attractive 4
case until the small -- -- - -- --- ---- -- -- - --- - -- -
I days,%or .appioxl mutely onesixthof the Inspecting officer: radio, telephone by scenes showing a groupof l
ties can prepare and defensebe Following Is the record of land art A. Mills of St Johns Countyto of St. Johns County to W. L. Wall I the 49,000 Floridians now on tin-coding and decoding Bradford County beauties enjoying ti ,

heard Circuit Judge J. B. transfers in Bradford County Joseph W. Prevatt of Bradford. of Starke. Lots 1, 3, 5 and 7 of I relief. messages, map .leading, orientating the facilities and scenery
neon at Tallahassee Issued a since the list was last printed, Warranty deed to 18 acres filed Block 2, original town of Starke.
The local WPA officials said first aid, and gas mask demonstration -, of Gold Head Branch State Park i
porary Injunction halting the January 19, by the Telegraph. The February 10. Warranty deed filed February 28.j i yesterday that they had not, so I near here. The pictures were q,

frtbutlon i filed at the time the suit I entries come from the record Foster Shi Smith and wife Mary F. W. Moyer and Maude Moyer I far, received orders to drop any taken by a publicity man who la

but has not fixed a date I books in the office of the Clerk Anne Smith of Suwannee Countyto his wife of Broward County, to I clients, but they expect orders NEW MEMBERS here for the purpose of publicizing -

[argument on the question. ',of the Circuit Court. All land Is Florida Board of Forestry, lula Amma Kilday of Keystone I within a week "or maybe a lot the formal opening of the

nother meeting of "small in Bradford County.W. Tallahassee Warranty deed to Heights. Warranty deed filed "Hooner", from the Jacksonville IN ROTARY park on Saturday, April 15. ;

ntles' will be held at Sebring S. Sibley, Theressa, to 9,2 acres filed February 10. March 3.Odom I headquarters turning out a large Arrangements for the gala cel-

it Tuesday and the activities of Charles Forsythe, Lake Geneva. F C. Geiger and wife Nola Denmark'ofi'Bradford to number of the 270 WPA workersIn Two new members, have!'I' ebration are being. made by Hayden -
two Register and K. G. Duncan )
groups will be co-or- Deed to 20 acres filed January 23. Geiger of Bradford to J. H. Sax- Eva Mae Thomas and A. J.
Bted.D. Kathleen Phillips Ross andB. on of Bradford. Warranty deedto of Starke Deed! At the opening of the present been welcomed Into the Rotary I the Florida Forest and Park Service -
Club during the punt two weeks. I
Beasley, Walton County L. Ross, her husband, and 20 acres filed February 13. to" 1-2 acres filed March 4'I Congressional session the administration and the tentative program
Nsentative, said recently he Frances H. Phillips of Duval Tax deed to Mrs. Beulah The speaker scheduled for the calls for
Mid ask DeWitt C. Jones as administrator Kelly I I requested Congress to ap- failed to all-day festivities startIng -
the Legislature to reP County, to J. O. Phillips of Jack- of estate of Henry Stephens, filed March 6. propriate approximately $900,000000 ,- program Wednesday at 10 o'clock in the morning
I
the show but the Rotarians filledIn
1931 racing law If the sonville. Lots 6 and 8, block 8, of Gainesville, to Florence Clarkeof Tax deed to Dorsey Fote for 9acres i to continue relief work at its up and continuing throughout the
with
the time anda
jsent revenue distribution methS original town of Starke. Warranty -, Bradford. Admr. Exec. or filed March 6. present level. An economy bloc spare songs day
S Upset brief talk by A. J. Thomas,
deed filed January 25. _.1 Guardians Deed filed February 13, Tax deed to F. M. Packham for I slashed $150,000.000 from the bill clerk of the circuit court. Mr. Unless his duties in Washington,

Empire Lumber Company ui 2 acres. :50 acres filed March 6. causing, me administration states, Thomas reviewed the various steps D C., prevent his attendance, Congressman -

SPRING Duval County to Peninsular-Lur- The Federal Land Bank of Columbia Tax deed to Nelson II. Blacker a shortage of fuflda necessitating the state hits taken in recent I Lex Green will deliverthe

OFFICIALLY HERE ton Company of Duval County. S. C.. to Guy J. Harrell, for 5 acres filed March 6. the drastic reduction of relief years to place delinquent tax address dedicating the 1-

Deed to land filed January 28. Brooker. Deed to 200( ( acres filed Mrs. Beulah Kelly, Bradford, to rolls. Administration backers are lands back on the active tax 080-ncre park which has been 3

esday was the first day of Clifford Hocking to Minneapolis, February 15.ElIzabf'th Eva Mae Thomas, Bradford. Special still trying to jam a bill through book// He reviewed the Gomez under construction for the past

fng. according to the Almanac, Minn., to Hazel Huesman of Four Munds Caughey and Warranty deed filed March 7. for the additional $150,000,000, but I Law, the Futch Law, the Tax Adjustment four years. He was invited to

fPlte of the fact that the un- Buttes, Mont., assignment of all William K. Caughey, her husband Martha House, Margie H Col- If the bill gets through It will Law und the MurphyLaw speak by State Forester Harry

nably chilly weather of the Interest in estate of Benjamin of Morris County N. Y., to James ley and husband Ray Colley of very likely be pared to only 1100- I and stated that when the Lee Baker

week deceased. Filed January Tbeus Munds and Alma McQueen Starke, Claude L. Houwer and 000000. Other
continues to hold sway. Hocking, latter expires on June 9, that practically events on the program
minimum mark on 'the mer-, Munds, Lots 48 and 57. Sec. 11, wife Maggie M. Houser Flat all tax certificate landsIn Include swimming, races, a band

S was around 60 degrees early 31.L.. B. Alexander and Nora Alex twp. 5 S. R. 22 E. Deed field Feb- Rock, Ala., to Marshall Hatchett Hersey ReleasedClyde Bradford County will have been ''concert a community song feet

|be morning. ander of Waldo to R. A Greenof ruary 16.Ja.mes. and Ruth Matchett of Bradford.I Hersey, young married returned to the active roir. Time outboard motor races, and danc

e vernal equinox, scientific Starke. Deed to 1,010 acres Theus Munds and Alma Warranty deed filed March: 13. man and farmer of the Theressu alone will tell whether or not they ing.

e for the change in seasons, flied January 31. McQueen Munds to Elizabeth Matanzas Investment Co.. St. section was released under $500 will stay there, Mr. ThoiruiH said. Bradford County residents '

i reached at 7:30: o'clock Tuea- W. L. Bugg and wife Mary Munda Caughey, New Jersey Auguslne, to D. E. Knight Starke. I bond two weeks ago from the Members reported advance sale should take a great interest in the

morning, when the sun passed Bugg, of Bradford, to C. R. Mooreof County, N. J., lots 48 and 57, Sec. Special warranty deed filed March county jail here. lie In charged of 229 tickets for the minstrel opening of this beautiful park

equator on Its journey toward Bradford County. Quit Claim 11, twp S S. R. 22 E. Deed filed 15. with attempted criminal assault Thursday night. Each member of which Is so near to us and which a'

I north. At this time days and Deed to 38 acres filed February February 16. George A. Gardiner and wife and his case will come up before the club was given ten tickets to will be a big factor In attractingmore

"'8 became approximately 1. Debbie Fortner of Aluchna Counto Minnie Dohm Gardiner of Bradford the next term of the circuit court. sell, but some exceeded that number tourists to our section of the

al< in length. From now on, I Joseph Bolt to R. Willis Rivers, to Anna L. Cason of Alachua to D. E. Knight and N. L. His bond was first set u\ 1000. Elmo Struth was high with .state

y will grow longer and nights : of Bradford. Warranty deed to County. Warranty deed to 12 Knight of Bradford. Deed filed ------ I a total of 24. -- --.-
rter I filed February 20. March 15. I .
acres
4 acres filed February 4. Births --- --- BIG TRAILER
-.. Annie Marla Loveday Harrisonof Matanzaa Investment Companyof A. J. Thomas and Eva Mae Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Davis Dr. Williams' Dies
is Waller M. St. Johns County, to R. F. Thomas. his wife to J. R Kelley, OVERTURNSA
9.
Mrs. Waldo March
Handsome Bradford to girl
Dr. Williams 69
Trophy A R. lemem-
of Starke. all of Bradford. Warranty deed
P. of Bradford. Quit Demorest Warrantydeed Mr. and Mis. Lacy M Brown,
Smith Weatherly
.
has Just received a filed be red here an a well known resident hot
to 20 23. match In
flied January
13 and 14, to 40 acres February acres a truck drivel'sshoe
asome Claim Deed to lots Lawtey, boy, March 9.
trophy which of Starke from 1912 to 1915,
he won in 24. William }I. Struth and wife Is said to have caused a col-
Southeastern block 12, Temple's addition to : Mr. and Mrs. David Killer, Luw-
Shoot In Jack- Matanzas Investment Companyof Klzzle S. Struth to Elmo R. Struth and a brother of T. St. lUlon here about 3 o'clock Wednesday -
ate last Starke. Filed February 2. tey boy March 14 + Wllliamll'l
fall. It Is a desk and Louella T. Struth. : prominent Starke shipper
Warranty morning
E. St. Johns County to Eva Mae Just north of the
win W. F. Mott and wife, Annie Mr. and Mrs. John Crews, Law
pen his home In Alken, S. C..
set embellished\ with M. Thomas, Starke Warranty deedto deed to 1 .69 acres filed March 9. i city limits on Road 13. No one
old to H. March 14
Molt of Duval County tey boy
figure
of a skeet shooter F. Hoover and Katherine day morning of last week of a was but
C. injured,
ed, of Jacksonville. Lots 1, lot 8, block 11. LivingstonTruby D'i --.-- a huge trailer.
Peterson
ready for action. Mr. and Co's addition to Hoover his wife to J. C. Hoover. sudden and unexpected heart at- laden with a $1,300 load of straw
ith won the 2, 3, 12 13 14 of Block 18. Livingston I Home CompletedThe tack. Funeral services wore heldin
trophy for being Starke filed February 23. Lot 3, block 14, Temple's addition berries and cucumbers, turned
best Truby and Co's. additionto of Mr and Mrs. the First Methodist Church In
shot new home
among the class to deed filed over obstructing
filed M. A. Smith as Liquidator of Starke.Varranty more than half
entrants Starke. Warranty deed Bradford County Bank to Man- January 23. I W. J. Epproton, Jr., on N. Church Aiken the following day. Thurs- of the highway it was so heavy
February 7. Street has been completed and day, at 4 o'clock P. M.
: tanzas Investment Company, St. C. F. Hoover and Katherine D. that It could not be moved until
Prepare for Paving Tax Deed to F. M. Packham 6. for. Augustine Deed filed February Hoover his wife to J. C.' Hoover.I they expect to move In in the near Besides his brother here, the deceased -I' around noon Wednesday after It

ark on Preparing the 40 acres filed February 23. Lots! 4 and 5. block 15 in Temple's future. The house is an attrac- Is survived by his widow, had been unloaded and the pro-

Paving at the state Farmers'grade Tax deed to Leo Griffis for 20 I H E. Fortner and wife Leecy addition to Starke. Warranty deed tive bungalow painted white and Mrs. Katie G. Williams of Aiken | duce transferred to a truck be-

'ket here Is going forward acres filed February 6. of Fortner of Putnam County and filed January 23. trimmed with red shutters. lien I I and a daughter. Mrs H C. Daniels longing to A. H. Hall of Starke.

I fedilv The completed project Baird Hardware W.Company Anderson Minnie Fortner Wynn and L. P. Levy A. Canova and Mona A.I Hall was the contractor __ of Boston, Mass and by three I Graham Beckham, driver of the
Include Gainesville to Albert -- ---- I sinters, Mrs. H. C Dozier of Ocala, truck, which
entrance driveways 8 of Block Wynn her husband of Okeechobee Canova to A. H. Johns and Ruby belonged to W. M. i
of Starke. Lots 6 and deed to 40 Small Fire TuesdayThe Mrs. M. W. Bomar of Spartenburg, Wilson of Hawthorne
"urfacln* around the en- Starke. Deed County to Anna L. Cason of Mel- Johns. Warranty acres stated that k
i 'length of the platform. 22 original town of rose. Deed to 12 acres filed Feb- filed January 24. 1 Fire Department was called S. C.. and Miss Belle Williams of after lighting a cigarette a hot

-. filed February 9. wife Hattie ruary 24. W. A. Jones and Hettle Jones I out Tuesday afternoon about 3:30: Tomasnee, S. C. match stem fell Into his shoe and

Negro' Arrested Comer L. Peek and Albert W. M S. Hayes and Ina B. Hayesof to C. Q. Manlre and Freda Manlre I o'clock to extinguish a fire In the Dr. Williams was a retired physician that hit efforts to extricate It

'Mlle\ S. Peek of Starke to Lot 7 of Alachua County to C. E. his wife. Warranty deed filed Jan- city's garage Just behind and to and was a graduate; of caused him to sideswipe an Armour

been Dell, Reno negro barber Anderson of Starke. and Crews and Anna Crews, of RaI- uary 25.Pauline. one side of the City Hall. The Dartmouth College In Hanover, N. fertilizer truck, Neither

L released under $200 bond Block 30. Livingston Truby ford. Quit Claim Deed to 80 Torode to O. J. Anders garage caught fire from a small H., He served his Internship at I truck was badly damaged, the on-

miring arrested,*>y Sheriff A. Co's. addition to Starke. Warrantydeed acres filed February 25. and wife Alma Anders Lots 5. trash fire and damage was estimated John Hopkins. Hospital In Balti- I ly casualty being the big trailerfilled

le on a charge having filed February 9. Matanzas Investment Company Continued on page four at $10. more, Md. with produce.
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STABKE. FLORIDA _ _ FIUAY, 1I1.\kf'h.
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yr J. A Harnagre: and family\ Sunday 58. It 22 B, 20 Acres. I ed by certificate NOB. 344 and 1110 NOTICK OF. APPLICATIOv 1aU subsequent omitted or levied filed same In n
: Ing l' be sold evidenced and I taxes will be sold to the highest made
{ The tuxes to are of 1931 and 1933 respectively: FOIl TAX O"JI application r, I
afternoon. hy certificate Nos. 186 and 602 represent unpaid taxes for the (Nenate Bill ISa. l 3)NOTICE bidder at the Court House door In be Issued thereon. II ..
BOY of 1932 and 1933 respectively. and years 1930 to 1939. both Inclusive HEREBY Starke on the 24th., day of March embraces the foU, ;""
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__ Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Yarbroughand represent unpaid taxes for the year. amounting to $34.70. That Julia Tlson holder OIVFN. A. l>. 1939 at 11:00: o'clock A. M. property In the. "ou,\11 ru,

SCOUT sons and Mrs. N. M. Bradleyand 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive amounting ALSOVH: of SW% of SKYt A I.' Certificate No. US. Issued. the (th., Dated this the 4th., day of MarchOFFICIAL State ot Florida to l",

of Starke were visiting to $47.7.AL8O WV4 of SW% 8ec. 30 Tp. 7 S. R. day of July A. 1>. 192S: has filed A. D. 1939. EaMt Half ot East "" '
children : All SIlk 14 Town of Lawtey 21 K., 60 Acre. In office and has made ( SEAL) A. .J Thomas west tiarter North Hal'. a I
same
NEWS relatives in this section Sun- West of Hy. Sec 23 Tp. 5 S. K. 22 The taxes to be sold are evldencd application my for a tax deed to be I Clerk of Florida.Circuit Court 310 Bradford 3t 3-24 I: Sec East 24 Township 6 < ,Ih" 1
B. County .
by certificate Nos. 188 and 640of Issued thereon. containing \ .
E day.Mrs. The taxes. to bs sold are evidenced 1929 and 1933 respectively. andepresent Said certificate; embraces the following less.The ".

__ I Louise Denmark Acres by certificate. No.. 226 and 692 unpaid taxes for the I described property In the NOTICE OF. APPLICATION FOR assessment ,,r ?,
of 1932 and 1933 respectively, and 1928 to 1919 both Inclusive Bradford State of Florida erty under the
years DEED said
of Troop 70 Jacksonville spent County of TAX '
boys of for sued
Twenty-four Chatman unpaid taxes the
I represent was In
the.
amounting to $121.22.ALSO to-wlt: (III..... Bill No. 103) "ertlrl.
__ ____ enjoyed their first all-Troop hike Sunday with her parent, Mr. and years amounting 1931 to to $127.37.1939 both Inclusive, : SW)' of NEK Sec. 35 Tp. Lot 7 of Blk 13 In Oasklna Add. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Bowers.Unless 'I .

l and overnight camp last Thur- Mrs. J. S. Sapp. 5 8. R. 21 E., 40 Acres.. to Starke, Sec 29 Tp. 8. 8. R. 22 K. That F. M. Packham holder of Tax redeemed. according, ...' I"
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certificates together with ,
members Said tax The taxes to be sold are evidenced The assessment of the said property I Certificated. Numbered respectively I,
day and Friday. These all subsequent. omitted or Levied by certificate No. 87 and 313of under the said certificate Issued 981 Issued August 7th. 1933 and property describedsold r h..r.'n"t.'
of Troop 70 together with the NOTICH Of" CAlM or TAX taxeS will be sold to the highest 1929 and 1933 respectively and was In the name of W. H. Hoillngsworth 159 Issued September 7th., 1936. has court to house the hlg-he, I>lddpIO
_ Rob. CERTIFICATES bidder at the Courthouse door In represent unpaid taxes for the Est., I same In my office and has door 01'' I h. .
: _______ Scoutmaster the Rev. Frank Notice Is hereby. a-lven that J. W. Starke on the 31st., day of March A. years 1928 to 1939 both Inclusive Unless said certificate .hal be I tied. application for tax deed to be day which In I.the month ')' Apll firp1 .
) inaon Journeyed to the shores of Lewis has filed with me written request D. 1939 at 11:00: o'clock A. M. mounting to $..38. redeemed according to the Issued thereon. Said certificate Dated the 3r9 da) ",
that the tax certificate. together Dated this the llth.. day of March embraces the following this 21st flm Aprii
and enjoyed the ALSO: Com. 597Mi ft N of SW Cor property described therein wil be respectively, j
Sampson Lake with all subsequent omitted A. D. im.OFFICIAL. ot NKVi of NEK & Run. sold to the highest bidder the described properties In the County ary 139.(01FICIAI. ut"
hospitality of Mr. Hogan Smith In or levied texas held by the State be ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, R 250 ft, N 197H ft. W 250 ft, S court house door on the first Monday of Bradford Stat. of Florida. SEAL J

; of his lake cottage. This advertised and sold to the highest Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford 187>4 ft. to Bar. Sec. 30 Tp. 7 S. R. In the month of April, 1939. Said Certificate No. 981, embracesThat County Florida. Courf! at'
the use bidder for cash as provided by County, Florida. 1-17 3t S-S1 U K. which I. the 3rd day of April 1939. Portion of SW14 of Blk 1 N 1.21 81

place Is situated half a mile from Chapter 18294 of the 1937 acts of The taxes to be sold are evldencd Dated this 1st., day of March. uf R 3 W A That portion of SEV4 TO WHOM IT
HAI/K OP
OP TAX
the followingdeiwribed MAy
the site which has been given the legislature upon NOTICE by certificates[ No. 502 of 1934 1939. of 1 N of R 4 W that lies In TAKE NOTICE
; camp real estate In the Countyof CERTiFICATES and represent unpaid taxes for the OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Ilk R. : ThaI(0'1P\
______ NW of NEW.\ Sec. 21 Tu. I S. lar session of ;
that W. F.
.' to the Troop by the ContainerCorporation .. Ttradford State of Florida. town Notice_ ._ u. L Is..__.hereby..",_A. _given_........ _..._ __._.....__. years 1933 to 1939._ both inclusive. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford 122 E.. contalnlna 2 Acres more or FI..ld. "h',.h the,_.._. Lrl.lu'
-
S .v. "
: Jtnvt nrequest r.
and wnicn amounting $35 ZD. County. Florida. 3-3 St ; :
of America that the tax certificate.tOKeth..r ato toaretterwltb 3-3 lee .. eiiic'icu.; In
of SWW S..c.n Said certificates
the diligent SH of 8K14 & HEW with all subsequent omitted : Said Certificate[ No. 159, embraces I Hoard of County Apri I',
secured through
was Tp 7 8. It. 20 K.. Containing 120Acres. all subsequent omitted or Levied (on.II..'
or levied taxes held by the Statebe NOTICE OF" APPLICATION FOIl NWH of NW<4 Section 30 Tp. 7 Bradford County >h'
In taxes will be sold to the highest
: efforts of Mr. C. H. Nasworthy Board t'iorld.
The taxes to be sold are evidenced .. advertised and sold to the highest bidder at tile Courthouse door In TAX DEED South Range 22 E., containing 40 of Public tn.'rueu,
continued emphasis that these certificate Nos. 40 and 71 of bldiler for cash as provided by Starke on the 31st. day of March (Senate Bill :*o. 163> .Acres, more or lena Bradford County KlorM
by
11293 of the 1937 acts of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN The assessment of the said property Board of Bond '
and Chapter o'cloeIc TrusUei., I"
should have a camp site 192/ and 1935 respectively represent 939. at 11'00: A. M. i
boys
the Legislature upon the following That Mrs. Redgrave Johns under. said certificated No. 981 County Florida 81
unpaid taxes for the years Dated this the llth., day of MarchA. Th..lm. Intt'I.
which could be used for not only 1927 to 1939 both Inclusive amounting described real estate In the Countyof U. 1939.OFFICIAL. holder of No. 858.Issued was In the name of Unknown; the special act .nd( l
Bradford State of Florida to- the 2nd., day of September Assessment of the said Property .Ible Into
law
the Scout Troop but for other to $481.79. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, .thTrd01ol
,
wit: A. D. 1935. has filed same In my under said Certificate No. 169 wasIn on all yl
mow
Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
groups. and by the efforts of Mr. ALSO: WV4 of NWM of NW% Sec. N% of 8EM' of NE% Sec. 1 Tp.. 7 County Florida. 3-17 3t 8-31 office and has made application for the name of Oeo. S. Yerger.Unless celveed from the Stat. 'r.
In contacting the Container 20 Tp. 5 S. It. 21 11].. 20 Acres. S. It. 19 E.. 20 Acres a tax deed to be issued thereon. said certificates. shall be any other State Age .\
L,. D. Vining The taxes to be sold are evidenced The uxes to be sold are evidenced NO-TICK OP. 'UTTKHTIOI' TO APPLY Said certificate embraces the following redeemed according to law the County Comml.Mlonen, rl R1'l
of
t Corporation. III honor of by certificate. No. 94 of 1931 and I, by certificate No. 8 of 1932, and YOU SPECIAL LIcGISLATIOvJolt described property In the properties described therein wil be County Florida unrte. And' 8"l

I the donor the has been nam- represent unpaid taxes for the years : represent unpaid taxes for the years TilE CITY OF STARKK. County of Bradford State of FlorIda sold to the .highest bidder the tue of Chapter 14S.12 I..aWiaj,
camp 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive, amountIng ,1931 to 1939, both Inclusive, a- FLORIDA to-wit: Court-house door on the f..llt Mon- Ida. Acts of 1931 M4 !
i ed "CAMP COCOAM." The Rotary to $10.04.AISO m< NOTICE 1* hereby given to all Lots One Three Block One, Original day in the Month of 1S9. amendatory thereof hid.,) '" L

: $ Club. sponsor for the Troop : NRV4' of NK' % Sec. 26 Tp. ALSO WoVsBM of NE% A NV4 whom It may concern that the Town of Starke, In NBV4 of which I. the 3rd., day of known as the race tra<'k'3l
e S. It. 21 K, 40 Acres. of SEM Sec. 1 Tp. 7 8. It. It E.. 100 undersigned will have prepared and RWi Hec. 28 Township 6 South. D. 1939. be thereafter divided lUl, 1
has pro milled the boys that It will The taxes to be sold are evidenced Arr... request the; enactment of Special Range 22 East. Dated this 'th. .day of March A. tons between the Buid""H

Y help In the construction of permanent by csrtlflrat. Nos. 95. 86 and The'taxes to be sold are evidenced legislation for the City of Starke. The assessment of the said prop D. 1939. CommIssioners, Tl B
A 279 of 1931 1932 and 1933 respectively by certificate No. 4 of 1932\ and Florida.< at the regular session of erty under the said certificate Issued (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, of PUblo and
cabins on the site. So an and represent unpaid taxes represent unpaid taxes for the the 1939 Florida Legislature, providing was In the name of Elvlna Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford of Trustees. Ti I

F additional worthwhile attribute for the years 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive years 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive, an exclusive method by Morgan. County. Florida. ,.10 t 1-8 BOARD OF COUNTY i
amounting to $82.81. amounting to 168.04. which the City of Starke may lease Unless said certificate .hal be 8IONER9 OP Ct
Lk_ has been added to the already excellent ALSO: 8BM of BKVi Heo. 13 Tp. 8 ALSO: NW% of NW% Sec. 3 Tp. sell, dispose of, or abandon the redeemed according to the NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR COUNTY HIADFO

advantages of the City of 8. K. 21 K.. 40 Acres. 7 S. It. 20 E.. 40 Acres. usual operation of Its municipal poperty described therein will be TAX" I>BKISenate > hOAR OF P1I4I.lc; It
? M The taxes to be sold are evidenced The taxes to be sold are evidenced light and water plants, or ..either sold to the highest bidder at the ( BUI 13 TION FOR BRADFORD
_____ Starke which will make it a more by certificate Nos. 113 and 380 by certificate Nos. 35 and V of requiring therefor an affirmativevote court house door on the first Mon NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN TY FLOImA

1 :_ Inviting place in which to live of 1932 and 1933 respectively and 1932 and 1936 respectively and represent of at least three.fourth. of the day In the month of April, 1939. That Mrs. Beulah Kelly holder of BOARD OF JnXD TRt
represent unpaid taxes for the years unpaid taxes for the years total number of all the then qualified which Is the 3rd. day of April, 1989. Tax Certificate No. 400 Issued the OF DlADf'OID
gj and Into which newcomers will 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive amounting 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive amount voters of said City, at the next Dated this 9th day of March 1939. Sib day of September A. D. 1933. has lLJUDA COlNt

find all the advantages that one to 6494.. Inc to $48.64.ALSO regular City election held after approval (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
ALSO: 8WV4' of NWV4 See. 14 Tp. : Lot II In Woodlawn Sec. of the proposed transaction Clerk of Circuit Court of BradfordCounty.
could ask for to make life happy. 4 K. II. 21 B., 40'Acres.The 1$ Tp. S 8. It. 22 K., 10 Acres. bv the majority of the City Council Florida ::1.1 4 831NOTIC'R

t The Troop met Monday evening taxes to be sold are evidenced The taxes. to be sold are evidenced and providing for advertisementof
certificate Nos. 131, 147 and certificate. No,. 196 and 624 SPECIALYOUR
by by
& with the Junior Assistant Scout- notice of all details of the proposed OF IU.K OF 'ru
140 of 1R31. 19.14 and 1934 respectively of 1132 and 1933 respectively.. and transaction. Including methodof CF.HTIFIC.iTKHNotice I

master Life Scout Frank Robinson and represent unpaid taxed for represent. unpaid taxes for the years payment of .such plants' indebtedness. Is hereby given. that S. R. '
the years 1930 to 1939 both Inclu- 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive amount. .
III and the Senior Patrol Johns Jr., has filed with me writ-
dye amounting- $104.83. Inc to $31.60. City Council of the City CAR LUBRICATED
Leader, First Class Scout Enos ALSO: H>4 of HKH 800. 17 Tp. 8 ALSO: Lots 5, 7 of Blk 2S Original of Starke Florida. ten r"'lu..t| that with.the tax subsequent certificates FOR 3 ft|

Hayes, In charge. Mr. Joe Wilson S. R. 21 B.. 80 A<:Tes. Town of Starke NKVi of 8WM SEAL) Iy: W. M. Edward., It. omitted together or levied al held by the
The taxes to be sold are evidenced Sec. 28 Tp. S S. R. 22 E. Chairman. GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFO
State be advertised and sold to thehl.h..L !
it 1 a member of the Troop Com. by certificate No. 120 of 1932 The taxes: to be sold are evidenced ATTEST: Carl Johns City Clerk. bidder for cash as orovlded _
and represent unpaid_ taxes for .the by certificate. No. 415 of 1932 I 3-17 6t 4-14
mittee and In charge of Advance 1' Chapter 18294 of the 1937 acts
1 by .. TO
the PAYSmith's
years 1931 to 1949, both inclusive, and represent. unpaid taxes for
merits for the Troop was present. amounting $60.41. 1931 to both Inclusive, .. OI toe Legislature, upon tne (OIOW-1
year. lIa-9L NOTICE OF III \I.., OF TAX log described real estate. In the
1L ed and presented the following ALSO: NW% of NEW Sec. 24 Tp. amounting to 1142.75.AIXO CKHTIFICATKHNotice I County of Bradford State of FlorIda -
( H It. 21 11:., 40 Acres. : Lots 7, 8. 9. 10 In Rverlys la hereby given that Oeo.
.frc; Scouts with their Merit Badge a. The taxes to be sold are evidenced Add Sec. 29 Tp. S S. R. 22 E. F. Scott has filed with me written to-wit:

wards. examinations having been by certificate No. 123 and 401 The taxes. to be Hold are evidenced request that the tax certificates together WU of 8W<4 of SE"* Sec. 9 Tp. Garag
of 1932 and 1933 respectively, and by certificate' No. 473 and 12(8 with all subsequent. omittedor 6 8. R. 22 E., 20 <
Kt passed on these subjects matt represent, unpaid taxes for the years of 1932 and 1933 respectively, and levied taxes held by the State be The taxes to be sold are evidenced -

t week: Bird Study and Signaling 1911 to 1939. both Inclusive, amounting represent unpaid taxes for the advertised and sold to the highest by certificate Nos 691 and 914
to $87.10. years 1931 to 1939, both Inclusive. bidder for each as. provided by of 1930 and 1933, r.pectvely. and
.m Frank Robinson III; First Aid to ALSO: l.ots 22, 23, 24, 24 In Wood- amounting to 151.01. Chapter 18296 of the 1937 acts of represent unpaid .
Animals and Personal Health lawn Hec.. 14 Tp. & H. It. 23 K., 40 ALSO: SEM' of NW% Sec. 34 Tp. the Legislature. upon the following 1929 to 139. both Inclusive. a*

I G S. H. 22 E., 40 Acres. described real estate In the Countyof 10unllnt .
Unos!: Hayes; Bird Study Sonny A.The taxes to be sold are evidenced The taxes to bs sold are evidenced Bradford. State of Florida, to- : Lots 8, 9 of Blk 20 Temples N/S

Haynes; PathfindIng and First by certificate Nos. 186 and dOl/ by certificate No. 614 of 19:13:\:\ wit: Add. to Starke, Sec. 28 Tp. 6 S.
of 1933 and 1933 respectively and and represent unpaid taxes for the Lot, Z of Blk 24 Temples Additionto R. 22 E.
3 Aid to Animals, Leonard Smith; represent. unpaid taxes for the years years. 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive "Starke In NK\ <4 of NWVi & Part The taxes. to Le sold are evidenced %t&5 ?

t Safety and Personal Health Bud 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive, amounting amounting to 13401. of W'S' of NE\ '4 W of Ry A NE Cor. by certificate Nos. 997 and 397 of
Davis to 'HD.68. ALSO; : SVi of SW% of NW% & of SKH of NWVi' Sec.. 28 Tp. 6 S. R. 1930 and 1934 respectively and represent
dy ; Personal Health George ALSO: Lots 1, 13. 14 or Frac'l Dlk NWM of SWM Sec. 13 Tp. 6 S. U 22 5.The. unpaid taxes. for the years

Flynn; Safety and Personal 2* Temples. Add. to Starke Sec. 28 20 E., 60 Acres. tax" to be. sold are evidenced 1929 to 1939. both inclusive, amountIng -

Health Comer Tp 6 M. It. 23 N.. The taxes to be sold are evidenced by certificate No,. 522 and 1205 to 15.6.ArA'IO him better chance
v' Perryman; Horseman The taxes to be sold are evidenced by certificate No. 28 of J 1930 and of 1930 and 1933 respectively. and : I Bile 23 Temples Add. give a :_ _
1 hlp and First Aid Mike Dew: by certificate No. 1210 of 1933 represent. unpaid taxes for the years represent unpaid taxes for the years to Starke. Sec 28 Tp. 1 8. H. 23 E. in life JTo
L and First Aid to Animals and and represent unpaid tax. for the 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive amount 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive amountIng The taxes to be sold are evidenced start now on. our &\ _
years 1932 to 1939. both Inclusive, Ing tv $143.55.ALSO to $35.02. by certificate No... Sit and 1304
Music, Arch Thomas, Jr. mounting to $16.68. : NEW\ of SEM & E of ALSO: Lots 9, 10 of Blk 24 Temples of 1929 and 13 rep.ctvely. and systematic plan which will
AIXOCom.: at HI'3 Cor. of Jack- NWVi of SEM Sec. 2 Tp. 6 3. It. 2E Add. to Starke Sec. 28 Tp. 6 S. represent enable
The whole of Troop 70 wIll son & nay HIM. It Hun K 62M ft., S ', 60 Acres. n.23 E. 1928 to 1939 both Incu..lve. amount. your child to obtain

board a bus at the Scout head- 105 ft. W 52Uj ft., N. 106 ft., to He*., The taxes to be .sold are evldenced The taxes to be sold are evidenced ing to 19.a.ALSO .
$rc. 28 Tp. 6 s. It. 22 B, by certificate Nos. 98 and 338 ot by certificate No. 899 of 1934. 2, 3, 4 of rtlk 23 a college education at
quarters here on Thursday even The taxes to be sold are evldene 1932 and 11133 respectively and represent and represent. unpaid taxes for the Temples Add to Starke, Sec. 28 Tp. amaze'a
ed by certificate No 1252 of 1933. taxes. for the 6 S. 22 E. ingly small cost r
Ing at 6:30: o'clock and will Journey unpaid years years 1933 to 1939 both Inclusive R.
and reprenent unpaid taxes.. for the I I loll to 1039. both Inclusive, aI amounting to $21.08. The taxes. to be sold are evidenced -
to Jacksonville to attend the years 1932 to 1939 both Inclusive I mounting to 1104 62I ALSO: Itlocks I. 2 Pnwllnc's Sub- by certificate No. 247 and 1201 '
2 :Main Court of Honor for this amounting $32.71. : AIXO:: NEW' of HEM: \ Sec. 2 Tp. 8 Dlvlnlnn to Starke, Sec 28 Tp. 6 of 1928 and 1933 respectively and Ask our local agent ?
AIXO: KK.Vi of NWM' Sec.. 4 Tp. ,8. it. 82 E.. 40 Aires. S. It. 22 E. represent unpaid taxes for the
area. Some ISO to 200 boys from 7 H. It. 22 E.. 40 Acres. j I The taxes to b.. sold are evldenc. The taxes to be sold are evidenced ye..r 1927 to 19.1t! both Incu..lve. or write
; this area usually attend these The taxes. to be sold are evldenced i i led by certificate Non 16J and 883: by certificate Nns. 451 of 1932 I amounting to
e Honor Courts and by certificate, Nos. 514 and 1369,I I of 1924 and 1913 I respectively, andVept'eiwIt 1235 of 19. 3. :394 of 1935 and 295 ALSO:. : Lot 5 U1.3.Bk 23 Temples. *\_.&__ K ___.... __ -
receive their! of 1932 and 1933 respectively and ,1 unpaid taxes for the year of 1935, and represent unpaid taxes. Add. to Starke.' Sec. 2 Tp. I S. R.
5 I.
!;. advancement awards. Theme of represent unpaid taxes for the years 1923 to 19.19: both Inclusive amount for the years 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive 2"Th.
Troop 70 1931: \ to 19.19 both Inclusive amount I, to 1108.93. amounting to $173.19 taxes to be Hold are evldenc
': receiving awards of advunrement ing to $62 Bl.AIXO ALSO: "HKM. t>f NWW Jk WHSWM tof AI.SO11: that Portion between ed by (''I'Utlcal. Nos.. 248 and 1202

will be Scouts Charles' : NEtS of NWti less fly of SW%. Sec. 11 Tp. < S. no Frnc-'I Lot (' of Blk 1 Original Town of 1928 and respectively and

;I Jones Sonny Peek Itlght-iif-Way Sec. 21 Tp 7 M. 11. II 22 M., 60 Ari.... Church St, Ex. S 62',/j ft., Origin represent unpaid taxes. for the
Billy Lee William I i,1. :38 Acre. The tuxes. to be Hold\ are evldenocd al Town of Starke In NEH of SW% years. 11127) to 11139 both Inclusive..
Maker. Leonaid Smith Mike The taxes. to be sold are evidenced by certificate No.. 274 and 313 II..... 28 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 f:. amounting to $25.38. .5.C F C _
.r Dew and George Flynn. hv certificate' Nos. 168 and 60.1 of 1931 and 1936 respectively and The taxes. to be sold are evidenced ALSO: Lots 8. I, 10. 11. 12 of Blk
) of 1931 and 1933: respectively and r..p..nt. unpaid tuxes for the hv certificate No. 448 and 1073 23 Temples. Add. to Starke Sec.
Members of the different Patrols represent. unpaid taxes for the years. years. 1930 to ISIS, both Inclusive of 1930 and 1933 respectively. and Tp. 4 S. R. 22 U. 2
: of 1930 to 1939. both Inclusive, amount- amounting to $85.03. represent unpaid taxes. for the The taxes to l>e sold are ...vld..n.- E. R.
the Troop have been working I tilt to $80.43.A1.S I ALSO! : W%, of SWM of NWM & years 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive ed by certificate Nus. 620 BOWERSBox

diligently on special phases of (): WVa' of NWM of NWM Sec. N 3-4 of NWW of HW'Kx.' S" 9 1.2 amounting to $34.77. of 1930 and ItlJl respectively. and .,
21 Tp. 6 M. It. 22 B, 20 Acre I Acres SKM of HWM ot NWM S..,.. ALSO: Lots 1 and 2 of Blk 3 Johnt represent unpaid. taxes for the 303
Scouting within the last month The taxes to lie sold are evidenced 26 Tp 8 8. It. 22 K., 50 Acres. 8ub-I>lv.. ot NEH of NJo )4 Sec 33: years 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive,
and It Is expected that a display by certificate. No. 213 of 1932 The taxes to be> sold are. evldenc Tp 8 8. R. 23 E., 2 Acres. amounting to $99.88.
of their and represent unpaid. taxes for thsyears ed by certificate No. 348 of 1934. The taxes. to he sold are evidenced Said tax. certificates together with Starke, Florida
achievements In these 1931 to 1939.: both Inclusive and represent unpaid taxes for the by certificate No. 389 of 1931.

fields will be presented to the cit amounting- 2874. years 11133 to 11139. both Inclusive and. represent unpaid taxes. for the
izens of A 1.10\0\ : HKM of NKM\ of WV4 Sec. : 'imountlnK to 5334. years 1930 to 1939. both Inclusive,
Starke next week Such 33: "'1). 6 H. 1$.. 22 K.. 10 Acres. ALSO: ,'(im. at NM Cor of 8KV of amounting to $24.27. a
things The taxes to be sold evidenced Hun W 3X2( ft. Thence. S c Facts That Concern Yovrpn
as special emphasis on are :NKV At.IIOV': of I4Wor SK'i'! "Slat'ii !
First Aid by certificate No. 863 of 1933. easterly. to a pt. 235 ft W of Sac T8\ R It. 21 E, 20 Acres. _
Nature Safety and and represent unpaid. taxes for the line nn 8 side of SKM\ of N5 I % The taxes. to be sold are evidenced --- "-'
2 -
other specialties will be offered. years 1932 to t939. both Inclusive, Theme. 8 easterly 680 ft to R pt. by certificate No. 137 of 1930. *ui-- 0

:C.;.. iUs amounting to $23.71. 120 ft from saul Sec' line., thence P and represent unpaid taxes for the
.w> wuitt lukcived into AI.MU: !,i.IB IK, 20 1'eeUvlll' embracing 120 ft to See line thence N on line years. 1929 to 193 both Inclusive, ,
the Troop this month and two N14 of NKM & NKM\ of to lie*.. Sec 27. Tp. S 8. It. 22 K. amounting 'to $49.57.

L more are In preparation and will NWM Kec. S& Tp. 6 H.: It. 22: K,, 13 12 A.r.... AtJKO: W q Acres. The taxes lo be sold are. evldencvd NEil of NW% Sec. 14 Tp 6. S. R. ,
iiq be received within the next week The taxes to be sold are evidenced by certificate No. 357 of 1934 and 21 R., (0 Acres. _
by certificate. Nos. 361 and 873 represent unpaid taxes for the year The .
LE or two, thus offering and taxes to be sold are evidenced
touch. of 1930 and 1933 respectively and 1933: to 19.19: both Inclusive. amounting by certificate No. 148 and lit
Ing the young life of our community represent unpaid taxes for the to 420.94.ALNO of 1930 and 1934 respectively and BIG NEW CUSTOMER !

this much more years 1929 to \lt39. both Inclusive Lots (, 7 of Ink 29 Living. represent unpaid taxes for the years. ,
with the amounting to 8974. stun, Truhy A Co'a Add to Stni kIn .... 1929: to I Ml. both Inclusive, amount.
fine advantages that are offered AI-so: Lots 8, 9. 10 of lllk 11. LlvIngHton WV4) of NKVi\ Hoc. 28 TI). 8 S. It. ing to $18294. _

j'3 to boys who enter into the Truhy Co's Add. See: 28 22: N.The. ALSO: BWi\ of SV14 Sec. 16 Tp
real .
Tp. 6 S. It. 22 B. taxes to be sold are evldencpd 7 8 R. 21 IlL, 40 Acres. BEERBUYSTHEPRODUCE
meaning of Scouting. There Is The luxes to be sold are evidenc hy certificate. Nos. 427 and 1125 The taxes. to he sold are evtrtenred ._
no organization that will i by certificate No. 876 of 1934. of 11)32 and 1933 respectively and bv certificate Nos.. 1.17 and 482 3 q
prepare I..d, represent. unpaid taxes" for the represent unpaid taxes" for the year of 1902 anil 1431 respectively and OF MILLION FARM ACRES '
::4; ; our boys, who will be the men of 1913 to 1939, both Inclusive, 1931 I" 19a'lu! both Inclusive amounting ; M/OCKMAH1 ho
_r. _. ... !represent, unpaid taxes for the years. .Aur. ueof. MD
r' iurni row. Better for real III11IFUI1I IIIK l .n..v. 10 94*..i.ALSO 1901 to I 199 both Inclusive. amount '-""'' "
71 ikI;
-'I -" ChristIan ALSO: N Iii of Hlk. 45 L, T A Co's N 3-4 of KlOVi of SWVi\ S..C. log to $15715. I

American Citizenship than the SulilmHi>.,. 28 Tp. 8 H. It. 22 K. I 36 TV." 4 8. It. 21 10, 30 AC'I..... ALSO: SIHJ,: of S\VV R,. 1 Acre AREAMILLIONJOBS t
41 organization of the Boy Scouts of The taxes to be sold are evidenced Th taxes to be sold are evldencod In NE Cor See. 20 Tp. 7 8. U. 21 I i e I
,I, bv certificate. Nos. 4itt! and 11 l64of l by certificate No. 109 of 1934. 13, 39 Acres.The ,
America.
Trustworthiness" Ley. 1930 and 1933 respectively, and and rpl.re..nt unpaid taxes for the taxes" to he. sold' are evidenced t 0 p MADEBYBEE

alty, Obldlence Love of Country represent unpaid taxes for the yearn 1933 ti> It3. both inclusive bv certificate No... 232 and 501 C -
and years. 1929 to 1939. both Inclusive amounting to $43.37. of into and 1933 respectively unilreiirexent ,
Reverence for God, are salient amounting to 172.49. ALSO: W14 of NKV4! 8*"c. 12 T8\ unpaid taxes for the .
factors that are learned In this Al "lU: Com. on Call St. at Sty S. It 23 K., 80 Acres. years. 1929 to 1H39. both Inclusive' : ,
: world-wide Cor uf Lund Owned t>y Mrs S. lII.I Th taxes to l h. sold are evldencd amounting to $103.84.
'
enterprise which In 29 I Wells A Itnn N :320 ft to land of by certificate No. 298 of 1934. AL' 0- All NVVl. of NE'" AV of '

I' years has touched the lives of mil. A. 1... Alvares.. Thence W ulonwAlvures mil. represent. unpaid taxes" for the Ry: Kx fi A Solil C. A. I'rews M : .
lions of the land 121 ft. Thence M 316ft year T.I33 tn1111.\ ; both Incluslvimixinllng ... \Kx. 1A. S..UI. I.V, Wilson & Ex. c &
youth of the world to Call Ml.. hence K Call. S :
1 I i on Ht I I to 8088. 5 A.. In :MB ( hr. to J. It Bevil A
If you have a boy of Scouting 1"3 I ft. to lie*. In NWM of SWW' See .\ I.NO: K 11 Acres of S13'of \Kx nlt"t, 2 A., owned by R ..R.V..dln I
'
(minimum 12 ) age Tp. II H. K. 22 K. X\Vi "Hoc.' 12 Tp. 6 S.: U 24 K. \ Sec. 29 TI). 7 8.: R 21 E. : / J ;
years encourage The taxes" to be sold are evidenced It Ai-rvs. 20( Acres.

him to Investigate and Join one I I liy certificate Nns. 312 and &..IXnf Thii taxes to be sold .lire evidenced The tares to be sold are evidenced nC
of the finest of 19.11 and 19.14: respect Ivelv. andrepresent by cvrtlfU-atR. No. :iul of I'M4.! : bv certificate. No.. 241 and 5.16of CO ,
Troops (Troop 70)) unpaid tuxes" for the year. "..I represent unpaid taxes for the 1130! and 1913 respectively hndrepresent Y3O ,,
of this 1910: to I IS.I'I.\ liotli inclusive, amounting 111\9.! :\ .
outstanding Boy years UI.I3! : to both iiivluslvr.niiiountlnv unpaid' totes for the .
1, tlon. For application organlza'i to $:.139.as.AIXO to $14.41. \'W! to m!!, both Inclusive years, -
: .111. I. 4. 5 of Itlk IB l.ln- A 1.10: Lots II, II ,10 II Blk 2S to 170.40. amounting

the Scoutmaster. "u!!! City Mec 32. Tp. .6 M. IL .il. \Ki I L. ''c &_ Con Add Sfv. 28 Tp. 6 8. A' 1.1<(1 Hfirln 210 ft. K n r R\.V r>n.. Id.
-ne. Taxes' '' 10 ue eoui ure evidenced It. 2. K. of \:' ,, 1'8.9U&'R -- '"'i -
-- 1:1\0:1.: f
_ MILLION
i l hv reitlflrute. Nim. 4V4 and 1310 Tim taxes to be sold are evldrnc- 37 8 ft K. N BEER. PAYS A b.
104 8 378 ft
GUM JR INC of 11133: a"dlt33\ Iestertivriy a..dr"I".nt .d ivrtlflcatn No. 3S.I of I tlp I'I.\ 104 LARSADAYiNTAxESNATIONWIDE.
mt r I Iy 19.44.and : ft ci. IV*.. Nee Tp 7 s. 22 K to
unpaid tints fur the represent unpaid tuxes for the The taxes to be sold. ore evidenced .
veers 1H.I1 to 1919.:\ both Inclusive yearn *1933 to 1939. both Inclusive, by" certificate Nos. 251! unit
Annie :Mite. lijtrnugr .tnimuttlng to $20.61.: I ..", ...".Uner to 3208. nf 1U2A and 1933: 1441
( respectively. and '
or. I ALSOCom.: at NW Cor of
: NR14 Al 101'10: All IIIkH 27. 2D "HnmimonCity '
represent'
Miss Klizabeth: Harn < of of :N\VI A Itun 1400 ft. 14 230 ft.V 7 unpaid taxes" for the :
g Umatllla thOl' 4 Tp. 8 It. 21 K., 6 years l 1:123: to l i9i9. both I
IH spending few \ 400) ft, N 2.10: ft. to II..",. Sec. 34 Aries amounting Inclusive
n to $94 81.
days hete i Tp, 6 H. It. U0\:., 2 Acres E
with I'F. taxes" to be sold are evldenc"it A : \V14 of Illk 12 AND HE8E.W8.TAXPAVBJ:
relatives. 1.-1' -Livingston. It'
The taxes to be sold '
are evidenced I l I.y cvrtlflratn Nus 154 and I 101 I nflli.ll &
&
) tis Suh-IMv ,
II. Keene and l reprNpnt ;
of NKV
Vanice
son. Sc. 6
Tp. 8.
and 22 K. NI
unpaid taxes fur the
!
Rev. P. wise of I years Th taxes b.. sold evldenc. BURDEN
Shamrock spent unpaid taxes for the years 'V30 to 1919.: both.. Inclusive amountIng ed by certificate No. 35 of 1S'34 and TAX
the week-end here with 1929: to 1919.: both Inclusive, amnommntinif to 45971.
relatives represent unpaid taxes for the
and to $47.13. Al.yo: R Acres In 8W Cor. of 1 11 to year isiII
:r friends. AI.HO-: Com. at .a I't 739 1-3 ft. -IW", of 8WV Sec. 4 Tp. 7.1.:. It. 21 10 I:9. both Inclusive amount- GOOD (crops at Rood prices .
I
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dobhx and W IItt"F"n; 'mr of WS of NKM F3. & Acres.The Inl ALSO-'vvi.: of of kind of farm relief' that WrwUtr log industry stands ready t cooperate t ft'*
Sec. line 731: 1N'V'4 farmer
ThenceS *
children of Lake City were visitIng ,., Mile. Ihence \K 733 ft.ft.Thence N by taxes certificate to bt' Nos.sold are 155 evidenced and 164- NF",, .f 8\V i A NI. NEt4 of Since 193J, tha bre'vrsgjndust.y; has bought 15 wit all law enforcement k
c J. A. II.. ,.. Hec 17 7 8. It. l.c. 14 Tp ( *. C. ito ballon: : brewer can enforce law.authOntCtey.l
Harnage and family ,I' Tp. 20 K. 44 if 1UI and 19.1& respectively and Arrts. 1 2 |I pounds of Americ far ) no J
Sunday afternoon. Ai rru. ,represent unpaid taxes" for I ha The tales to he pnyirtjj. good pruct Inist that retail beer
I mire evldenc-
The taxes to be sold are evidenced years 1930 to 1939, both Inclusive, .01 I "rce. 1. offense otet
ed ,
by to
Mr. and Mrs. p. D. Reddish and by certificate. No. 66 of 1933. andrrprest't 'tnimintlnatij $18(7. and roitlftcat 143 of 19301, Add to tat the Million Jobs that Beer anyone or'
I. represent unpaid taxes" for baa
the
children of unpaid taxes for theyeuiH AL802: Acres In 8K Cor of mae Would I
NVi i the
Heilbrunn years 1929 to fact like
were visit. 19.11 to 1934.:\ both Inclusive\ of H>-i. of 8KVi\ \ of 8EH\ Sec. 5 Tp. 7 1919. i.olh In.h."lve'l lion that Beer pays a 'nil- you a bnnltUt that oel.f-
ing Mr and Mrs. J. S. Sapp Sun amounting to $41.37 4. IL 21 .:., :S A"r.... amollnUnl, to $208.1!.. I dolan.day in state, national. brewers' program of direct

day afternoon.Mrs. AIXO: $W'.. of SWM of M"".. The taxes to !I.. Hold are evldeno-I laht.. ...., ."rllf\a'p. .together with I To safeg-uurd tsualo Unit Brewers Industrial E' |
J Sec \ or Levied Foul"ton.19
; 14 Tp. 5 H. It 23 K, II) AcresThe "d hv certificate Nos. 204 and 117 thes advantages, the brew.
W. F. Harnuge Is upending tuxes to he sold are evidenced of 1930 and 1935 respectively. and taxes wi| | b. sold to the highest Ob ., New York N. Y.

sometime In l>y certificate. Nns Ill and 595 '..prt>Hi>nt unpaid taxes for thecaitre hl\.r the Courthouse door In I
Lake City with Mr. of 1912 and 193.1 Ilarke on the 24th. day of March II1
respectively and 1929
.. and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs Jr. represent unpaid. taxes for the year ."' ....n'lnlr to to $17 t93'.89.AI.HO .both Inclusive, lU9 at 11:00: o'clock A. M. BEE .a beverage 'Id
; 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive, O..t..1 this' the 4lh" day of March moderation $
a- Lots 13 A
14 Hlk
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. 14 U T. A. U. .
McRae and m"unllnlll' to 11494AIXO t i',,'ii Add to Htsrke, Sec :28 Tp.Tbi 199.IU"'Flt'A. _
1L children of Pine Level : Lot 23 WoodUwn A 4 11. H. U E. SEAL) A J. Thomas

were vlalt. NW1, uf :SW'. '\. of sa:;. Sett, 14 Tp. taxes 'o be sold are evident-. County. Florida" Court 3-10 of radforc .




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STAFF the Model 2" Ford. Mr. Wooten

ADKINS. JR. says that this invention is one of I Elementary Echoes SENIOR CLASS Society 'N
A.EdltnrII1.CbldReporUn Z the most useful that America has r Snoop Peep FASHION SHOW
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: ever experienced. He also states FOURTH GRADE NEWS Mary Edwards spent the week- BIG SUCCESS
ln Frank Bobln.on. Arch that this new car is the best on on We were very glad to have a end in GatnervUU. Monday morningand another
11 vis Emmet Ferryman few days extra .g week-end for our high school
Jr the market.I vacation '
l f:' smith, Mary Edward. Several Everett McKlnney enjoyed a I group. They come to school talking Many B. II. S. Girls Tak
"lib' Rowe Alma Murrh. : know that you will rememberthis of our pupils are still Ability. Sense, Dignity trip to Detroit Michigan last It over. Part In Style
and Clara FlumeELFTH young lady with a smile for absent. We miss them and hope : and) Privileges Arc week. Event
they will soon be back. i The Little Women's Fashion
everyone. It Is none other than BequeathedWe Doshia Smith and Enza Weaver
/ GRADE Mrs. Tommie Yates the former Nearly every day someone bringsa spent Saturday in Jacksonville Show was a bang-up. Our girls The greatest of Starke's social
spider in a jar for us to study. Seniors of did a good job as models; Gainesville 'events
Miss being unlimited "
GIVES Mary Edwards of Lawtey.She Clara Flume attended the teachera' was the "Fashions of The
OPHECY We are learning many things from ability and great knowledge had nothing on us when It Hour"
and her husband have just returned realizing meeting in Tampa. -sponsored by the Little
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jRIGHTFUTURE from a tour of India and our Science Readers. I that our high school days Jacqueline Andrews and Helen came to modeling. Women Friday evening In the

-- Australia. They are making their Miss Edwards, teacher. are rapidly diminishing every Those "Big-shirts" are" quite the club auditorium. Approximately .
Dowling In
were shopping Jacksonville I
locking Fact. Bared By home in Canada. Raymond Kellum, reporter. twenty-four hours do hereby be- : popular thing around school We'll j one hundred people attended this)

MurrlM> ClaSH(1a1rvoyant Vann Futch and Andrew queath this-our last will and tes I all have to get ua one to be in social highlight The club was
Alma Red- FIFTH Edith Rowe visited relatives In
GRADK NEWS tament.
style. decorated
i to
ding own one of the most prominent I represent a night
Jacksonville
beauty parlors in New York. Our room made a map of South Tc the incoming sophomore class Wednesday and This. Julian Griffls, Sadie Prince club-and the guests were seatedat

Ling into the future to 1958 Assisting them are Misses Hazel America and we placed the pro- we give our sound minds and our Thursday. I affair Is certainly getting" serious tables A dainty flower arrangement -
ducts where they are raised on the Gayle Sewell spent last TuesdayIn Ask them adorned each table.
I goIng to let you visualize the Thomas and Lorena Rosier. Mr. ability to study history IV. Jacksonville. '
We
rs of the Senior Class of Futch and Mr. Redding are try- map.about Florida are and beginning we are bringing to study To the junior class we bequeathour A. Z. Adkins and Juanita Barefoot Look in Enza's bracelet and see Beautiful spring: flowers, placed to

Ing to make them look as they scenes of Florida seats in assembly and our senior were in Jacksonville Thursday whose picture is there. Fib give advantage throughout the auditorium -

st of all. we never pick upr did when they were In high school. I them and putting dignity and privileges.To you a tip; It's her one and only. gave R very beautiful' set
the bulletin board.
upon ting to the entire .
show.Gelger's
these days unless we see Both Miss Thomas and Miss We elected new officers Mondayas our greatly admired facultyand Members of the younger set had Let's nil give Jack three cheers I I
of John Arthur Torode. Rosier will soon leave for their most of all our sponsors, goes for one of Gainesville's
ture I follows: Anice Green President; quite a treat Saturday might when feeding us so well at her sup
dent of the United States I vacation on a tour of China and Roger Mathews Vice-President our hearty appreciation and our Jacqueline Andrews entertainedwith per' Saturday night. Among those I I most exclusive dress chops and the
his fam- ; everlasting admiration.I honor guests of the Little
Is making history by Japan. Walter Dew Secretary and Treas a fish fry at her home on attending" were: Juanita Barefoot, I Women.
A. Z. Adklns. Jr., do and presented their models
give first
Unless
ours :
feform program. One of the greatest events of urer. We also elected committees Kingsley Lake. Muriel Smith, Gayle Sewell. Edith I
have become very dull we I the season is the double wedding for the room.I willingly bequeath my presidency Edith Rowe will attend General Rowe Enza Weaver. Helen Dow- Clothes for every occttualou wei

remember him as "Tode" of of Misses Doris Strickland and think everyone enjoyed our of the senior class to Harold College Week-end In Gainesville I ling, A. Z. Adkins, Winfred Hacen I shown by twenty of their own
models.
(Senior Class of 1939. I Marzie Howard to Jimmy Yates four day vacation. Bishop.I March 24 and 15. I James Sewell Leslie Biggs and N. Many beautiful clotheswere !
Ruth Alvarez do give and shown.
?. John H Black the former : and Johnny Lowe all of Starke. Miss Morgan, teacher. ; T. Rltch. Next :
willingly bequeath quiet came the
a Wells, Is now president of This great event will take place Ida Lee Silcox reporter. my waysto BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOLB It was hard to tell who was the floor program and
Grace Dew, show Some of the latest
a girls' school In a promin- ; Tuesday afternoon March the is for braveR happiest this week-end Edith or
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dance
I Hazel do willingly -
Brown give and : steps were presented by
ctlon of New York. When twenty-eighth at three-thirty o'- SIXTH GRADE NEWS is for reliabilityA Enza. How about It girls? Green
bequeath my wit to Estelle i Dorothy and Charles Pen-'
a was a small girl In the clock at the First In history we have been study- Austin. Is for ambition Ask A. Z. how many pictures der. "You're
as
Pretty Pic-
as a
ar grades. her greatest de- Baptist church In Hampton. The ing about the different tribes of D is for determinationF he has of Juanita; I'fl bet he can't ture" '
I, Desta Casey do give and willingly was sung and acted out by
as to become a teacher; socould great movie actresses, Misses Wilier Indians, their homes and Indus- Is for foresight count them. Madge Brownlee
bequeath ability to criticize ,
my Peggy Wiggins.
spank the little folks Mae Thornton and Ella Mae tries. We have drawn pictures of to Grace Kennedy.I 0 is for opportunityR Johnny Chalker and James Sew- Betty Flynn and Janet Anderson.
wanted to. Sapp will act them and is for royalty ell the week-end the
jie as bridesmaids. You their homes and are now spent at lake They
John Chalker do were
Morgan give accompanied at the
drew Zenas Adklns, Jr., has will remember all of these girls as painting these pictures.We and willingly bequeath my laziness -I D is for dearness and said they nearly froze. piano by Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid.

Buated from a famous law colan1 seniors of 1939. Miss Sapp and I have twelve new books in and my haircut to Hugh In- H Is for honest Then came the Starke models

I Is making one of the best Miss Thornton will leave after the I! 'our Library which we bought with gram.I I I is for interest FOOTBALL TEAM representing our own hometown

ere that America has ever wedding for Hollywood, California ]I..the money we had In our treasury. Ernest Jackson Dowling, Jr., Q Is for grasp stores. Some of our high school
rn. He has Just accepted a where they will play In the leading I j'These books are small pamphletson do willingly give and bequeath my H Is for happiness PICTURE TAKEN girls modeling were: Mlsst-n Enxa

jtion as president of the Unity parts of the picture of the year i i'' the stories of Money, Greeks, ability to trade horses to my I Weaver. Dotihla Smith, Jacqueline-

of Mexico. If you will "Gone With the Breeze." I Egyptians, Early Explorers. India, younger brother Billy. S Is for sincerityC Print Only Fifty (1t'I'''' Andrews, Margaret Pearce, MarIan -

/very hard, you will remem- Two of America's most outstanding Japan Egypt, China, Japan Today I, Etta Fay Dyal, do give and. Is for cooperation At Hoover Br.ihersStUdiO Dowllng, Grace Dow and Rivers

Z. as a great believer in tennis champions are Boats, Beginning of Trade and willingly bequeath my freckles to : H Is for harmony Hundley.

stltlons. Why one time A. Misses Peggy Stanley and Hazel the Story of Frogs. These books Louise Prevatt. ] O is for obedience Some of the outstanding clothe

ent to Lawtey and while he Brown. They have won many will help us in Geography, Historyand I, Hallle Elaine Edwards, do give I O Is for originalityL Last Wednesday the football modeled were: white hark kln

(there he accldentaly stepped championships in playing tennisall Science. and willingly bequeath my laziness is for loyalty boys put on their uniforms for lacks from Sternbrrg's modeledby

r a ladder. When be got toke over the world. This shows We are sorry that Lewis Smith to Jean Davis By Doris Strickland.I the first time since November" 22. Miss Margaret Pearce; an at- .

some one barely mentioned that Bradford is prominent in I :is sick and cannot be with us. I, Mary Elizabeth Edwards, do The boys were excited because It tractive sport dress from Clar- .

i it was bad luck to walk un- every field. We hope that he will soon be give and willingly bequeath ny Robert L. Rosier, do give and brought back memories] that will Jean modeled by Miss Doiihla

ladder so poor,A. Z. walkede Misses Bertha Taylor and 1 back. ability to play a piano to Clara willingly bequeath my ticklish ribs remain with them especially the Smith; and a stunning lace dress

| way back to Lawtey to rents Gladys Garrett are now dietitiansat Mrs. Searing, teacher. Mae Harley.I to Frank Robinson.I seniors, for a long time. The boys from Clar-Jean modeled by Miss .

steps under the ladder the famous John Hopkins Hospital Merle Grlder. reporter. Clara Louise Flume, do give Mattie Edith Rowe. do give looked as If they could beat any Enzu Weaver.

: would not have bad luck. A. in Baltimore, Maryland. Miss and willingly bequeath my Job In.. and willingly; bequeath my loud team that would play them. The The "bilde of today" wan truly

kept collections of souvenirs Taylor and Miss Garrett have I sing for broadcasting stations allover the office to anyone who will haveit. mouth to Cleone Edmonson. reason for donning the uniforms the climax of the fashion of thehour
from made quite a name for themselves j 4 the United States.In was not for a game, but to have show.
img a postage stamp to I, James Overstreet Sewell, do The bride, Mrs. T. K.
lad cat. in this work. They were appointed reading most of the popular I, Jewett C. Fogg, do give and give and willingly bequeath my their picture taken. J. C. Hoover McClane, Jr., und the gown, of

[las Clara Louise Flume the to this position by President i magazines, you will find an article I willingly bequeath my surplus big mouth to Ralph Rhodes.I was present to do the photo- beautiful lace, with yards and

her treasurer of the Senior Torode. .. I written 1 by James Overstreet. Sew- flesh to Edward Johnson. George C. Silcox, do give and .graphing.__.._... U._.St-veroy_ _..__,_ of the.. .boys__,. yards of Illusion. The flowers 11I.
n. Is now one of the leadinge Tune in on your radio most any ''ell and Bob Long, the famous de- I, Vann Jefferson Futch, do give willingly bequeath my ability to Ill JU6LS ijvr' cunw &UO IU'-" ""'AI les-of-tbe-valley. _
night and hear the beautiful voice bators. This tho desire of I some pictures of several membersof : The hit of the
stars of Hollywood. She was and willingly bequeath my abilityto play football to R. E. Jones.I evening was CharIeR -
( won many beauty contestswas of Misses Enza Weaver and Edith Mr. Long and Mr. Sewell during blush to Lucian Connor. Vernon David Silcox, do give the team. The picture was; Ponder, dressed as a belle of

| chosen as "Miss America Rowe, accompanied by Miss El- their school careers. I, Gladys Garrett, do give and I and willingly bequeath my abilityto good and the cost for one ls only years gone by. This created quite _
aine Edwards at the It Is Governor Griff of fifty cents. They are on sale atHoover's a lot of excitement and
|94S. There are rumors that piano. Sydney willingly bequeath my studious jook and my dignity to Everett applause. _
Flume will be married in reported that they have signed a Massachusetts, and his secretaries, I ways to Grace Green.I I McKenney.I Studio.The I Kach: grocery store in Starke '

I. Here's a hint. I think his contract for Hollywood. It seems Thomas Lewis and Earnest Phillips Inman Dow Green do give'I Doshia Smith do give and boys hated to take off the donated the crackers and the .

[name begins with a "C." that most all of the girls from I will speak over the radio and willingly bequeath my quiet willingly bequeath my popularity suits without having a little scrim-Were punch -- which were served _

Bradford are signing contracts for next Friday afternoon at three o'- ways to L. M. Gaines. I give and willingly bequeath my mage. Tho following players throughout the evening. MlsDoshla

vernor James Kinchen Is now the movies. Both Miss Rowe and clock on "How to Plan Football." I, Harold Middleton Griffis, do heavy beard to Billy Jackson. In the picture: Manager John Smith, President of the : _

iraor jlstlnguLshed( bachelor and Is Miss Edwards teach dancing lessons Senators George Silcox: and Burton give and willingly bequeath my ability I I, Charles M. Priest, do give and Chalker Cooter Wooten. L. ro. Little Women, presented Mrs.
of Kentucky for his sec- In New York while Miss Rosier will leave next week to ride "Charlie Horses"during I willingly bequeath my deep voice MOil ley, Ralph Rhodes, L. H. Harper Geiger an,i Mrs. l Klncalit: with

j terra of office. There are Weaver sings for them. They are for Alaska where they will go out football season to L. H. to Ernest Edwards.I Everett!: McKinney, Harold lovely bouquets of tulips as tokens -

ors that James will be married planning to make a tour of the 1 among the wilds to capture game. Harper. Gladys Rahme, do give and Griffls Luther Lennon, Hugh of appreciation from the Lit
Litter part of April. 'I Ingram, R. E.: Jones. John Torode
Another in I W. tie Women.
world in July. | great man history Sidney Griffls do give I willingly bequeath my studious
I<>xt t will give you Mr. and "Life on the Lone Praile" will will be Lloyd Wilkerson, who has and willingly bequeath my ability I ways to Vera Butler James Sewell. George Silcox, After I lie; Fashion Show there; _

Eddy Hartmann noted for play at the Ritz Theatre tonightat I just been appointed as dictator to to study to Karl Edwards. I, Andrew J. Redding, do give Charles Priest, Inman Green Carl- was a dance In the club. The proceeds

famous flight to Mars. Mrs. eight o'clock, starring Jewett Italy. I, Annie Mae Harnage, do give and willingly bequeath my school ton Chastain, A. Z. AdklnM Jr., went to the Little! Women. 4

It man was the former Loyree C. Fogg as the lonely cowboy. Miss Pauline Jordan was appointed and willingly bequeath my quiet bus to Nelson Moore. Kenneth Turner, Ralph Nettles, The show was something that

Pips. Both Mr. and Mrs. Jewett has the leading part and I as the Governor of Flor. ways to Jenelle Hutchings. I, Inez Ola Rosier, do give and Ernest Phillips Coach Johnny Starke won't forget for sometime _

[ mann were graduates of 19- we know that he will carry his ida's secretary last Friday after i I, Edward A. Hartman do give willingly bequeath my front seat Whittemore and Principal K. L The Little Women wl h to take

Eddy has had much successhe part through successfully. Jew- I noon. She will begin her workIn and willingly bequeath my geniusto in the senior class to the first one William.. this opportunity of thanking

finished high school. He ett's greatest desire in high school April. During Miss Jordan's Dempsey Sapp.I there --+ --- everyone" who helped to make thin
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made many inventions and the was to become a cowboy because spare time she Is writing a bookon Lorraine Louise Hart man, do I, Burton L. Rosier, do give and Meet The Seniors show a success _

et that they flew to Mars he was always drawing picturesof Florida. give and willingly bequeath my ability willingly bequeath my seat in 1

one of Eddy's models. Mr. cowboys. j I will now present to you Senator to study bookkeeping to physics class to anyone that can Speech making and people who do
.
[Mrs. Hartmann's name will go I will now present to you two L. G. Johns and Senator In- Geraldine Hall.I. take it. HAZEL THOMASIn not tell tho truth are her dislikes

In history because of theirt of our greatest nurses of America, : man Green. formerly of Bradford Loyree Elizabeth Hartman do I, Lorena Audrey Rosier, do the spring of '21 on April 16,, Marele, here's hoping you have

work for America. In a Misses Betty Jo Webb and Gladys ; County, and representatives from give and willingly bequeath my give and willingly bequeath my a- a bright blue eyed girl was bornIn much success In the future

years Mr. Hartmann will be asft Starling. Miss Webb Is the head Washington, D. C. and New winning smile to Lillian Frigo. bility to study in study hall to the home of Mr. und Mrs. R. -

an Inventor as Edison. nurse in the Chalker Hospital, York. We, Marzie B. Howard and Hazel anyone who can. B. Thomas. Her chosen name was EUGENE LONG

Bradford High School is very Gulfport. Mississippi, with Dr. J B. Strickland has just been I L. Thomas do give and willingly to Juanita Barefoot.I Hazel. On February 19, 1921 a black

[id of two of Its 1939 gradu-I John Chalker as chief physician.Miss appointed as president of the bequeath our close friendshipto Peggy Rebecca Stanley do curly headed brown eyed boy was
Hazel has reached the
Mlas Juanita McKenzie and Starling is the head nurse at Southern Airway Company. He Juanita McGauley and Doris give and willingly bequeath my ability finally born to Mr. and Mrs. Long of _
of five feet five Inches and
on Silcox, who have won : the John Hopkins Hospital Can- plans to travel through South Hough. to play basketball to Jo Ella she height 120 Drownhall' Moultrie, Georgia. After a while

h fame in the Held of acting ada. But if you will visit Canada America In August. I. O. P. Hutto do give and will Barry.I. weighs pounds. they decided to name this little

e world's Fair In Europe. will find that Miss Star- Our greatest horse trader of ingly bequeath my place In the J. B. Strickland do give and blue eyes and a fair complexion boy Eugene.
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you three of Hazel's
McKenzie and Mr. Silcox ling's picture and an acnnunoe- America Is Earnest Jackson Dow- Band to Arch Thomas. willingly bequeath my slim figureto are assets.only Eugene lived In Moultrie for 1 _

played at many theatres and ment of her engagement appearedin : ling, Jr., Mr. Bowling states that I. L. Q. Johns, do give and willingly Eldon Hardy.I Important three year, then his family de.

Pt clubs all over the world. the "Canada Dally Times.'. he has made enough money from bequeath my ability to work ,' John Arthur Torode. do give Until she entered Bradford tided to move to Marlanna Florida .

McKenzie will Impersonate Here's a hint-the wedding will horsetrading so that he believeshe trigonometry to Harold Bishop.I and willingly bequeath my ability High in '36, her schooling was In and there a sad occasion hap

I famous movie actress. Martha be in Dunnellon Florida In June will retire. There are rumors Pauline Ruth Jordan do give to participate In sport to John Brooker where she spent her child pened. Eugene's mother was

e, this year at the World's and everyone Is cordially ..Invitedto that he will be married in Sep and willingly bequeath my blond Crews.I hood days. taken from them. This caused

while Mr. Silcox: will 1m- attend. The engagement of tember hair to Grace Green.I Enza Lou Weaver, do give Some of Hazel's likes ar swimming Eugene to stay with his aunt. Mr.

nate fling Crosby. Miss Webb also appeared in the After many years of strugglesIn James Thomas Klnchen do and willingly bequeath my dignityto shorthand, and typing. She lieU. At this time Eugene was

1&ies Irene Lewis in Mississippi butI nursing, Alma Murrhee erectedan give and willingly bequeath my Christine Cutshaw dislikes. conceited people and four years old. _
and Destay Sunday paper
have been Informed as to Old Maids Home in St. Petersburg slow ways to Owen McRae. I. Martha Emily Wells, do give mathematics. Ills father married again and _
Just not
left have
en as for China and Date. But poor Dr. Chalker Florida. Two of the seniorsof I, Emily Irene Lewis do give and willingly bequeath my smileto For her chosen career she has they went to Louisiana and lived '
foreign the
0 the missionaries distinguished bache- '39 joined her as soon as It was and willingly bequeath my quiet Lumanda Dyal. decided to be a stenographer and there three years; then back to I
United remain a
r return to tates. Before will completed; they were Misses ways to Myrtice Crosby I, Cleon Jessie Woolen, do give we all know she will make a good tho beautiful town of Brooker and _

Plan to the United States lor.... ___... .-.in .,4.IP.... nvarifnrfl. HI eh: Louise Warren and Ruth Murrhee. I, Thomas E. Lewis do give and and willingly bequeath my winning one since she has worked In the the lovely state of Florida.
''d, make a tour of the ,, jj you at wi this y. time----you- -would---- But there are rumors of Miss! willingly bequeath my quiet ways ways with the girls to Em- school office and l In now secretary' Eugene Is a senior In Bradford

bert Lincoln School Hazel Whitehead and Warren's engagement to the Gov- to Billy Silcox. I mett Perryman.I. of the senior class. High School thin year. Ills likes If

to will Rosier and Oliver find Misses Senior Sponsors. ernor of Kentucky, a sophomore I. Eugene M. Long do give and Gladys* Starling, do give and Good luck iw you. Hazel. are: basketball, football tennl" _
leave ,
England the fifth of May Ruth Alvarez as as principal. of '39 who was always singing willingly bequeath my mJ chevlou. -I willingly bequeath my Interest In and a pretty girl. lIe hasn't any
Priest
'led to where they will! be with Charles, and Miss Alvarez: "Blue Eyes" to her. And If you ways to L. C. Smith Providing Sports to Arsula Crosby. dlsliken. Eugene's favorite color

nor of sing at a dance given Miss Whitehead returned from Spain read the "Sunday Times Union" he, like me. knows where and I. Doria Strickland do give and MARZIE HOWARDOn la blue He Intends to be it farm

'land. the King and Queen of have just Spanish in a famous -] you saw the announcement of when to stop.I. willingly bequeath my wit to Net- er, Good luck to you Eugene 'f
There took
Rosier are rumors that where they Miss Ruth :Murrhee's marriage to Robert C. Long do give and tie Dowling.I April 2. 1920, Mr. and Mrs. from all of us.morion" .

<9 1 will be married in June Spanish School. Silcox. an a Senior of '39. So Alma Murrhee willingly bequeath my stuttering Bertha Taylor do give and Howard were blessed with a beau _ _""
> Doris
Hutto will be the best We see Miss conducting a la the last old maid of the Senior to Milo Sponholtz. willingly bequeath my place on the : tiful little baby girl. This. little (II'5FOeIlOLflKl4CMFI.rrIa: '

f'isses airship hostess, Egypt In Class of 1939. I, Ruth McGarity, do give and school bus to anybody that wants girl they named Marzie. Marzl Take Notice that a mooting or the 1
Gladys Rahme and Annie party of tourists over I will have to willingly bequeath personalityto It. HtockholdorN of LAWTKV 8TATK
Elizabeth Last but not least. my was born in Okeechobee, HANK, a corporation, l I" ralUd and
Misses
. Harnage own one of the most the group we see and Inez tell you about dear old Senior Willa Vida Killingsworth. I, Willie Mae Thornton, do'giveand Florida where she lived for three will be held at It* banklnic hou.a I
nent millinery shops In New Phillips Etta Fay Dyal of I Juanita Nadine McKenzie do In Lawtcy. llradford County "'101'.
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After many years willingly bequeath ability
I k, on Fifth of these girls Sponsors.: my years. lila, at'll'. M. o'clocK on !March!
18s Avenue. Rosier. All three coaches at teaching, Mrs. T. T. Long has retired give and willingly bequeath my to criticize to Irene Markham.I. Then Marzie moved to Brooker, II. lilt, for tho purpose o fuelling
el Doahla Smith, the famous are famous basket ball I from teaching and she and studious ways to Dorothy Crosby.I Louise. Warren, do give and and after a few years entered and house conveying and Cite and It. until banking
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England. adjacent
,cm now designs all the most London University In Wednesdaywith her husband are making a tour : Shirley Alma Murrhee do1 willingly bequeath my dignity and grammar school Soon she had .rty, and any and all tin other prop.rent _
dresses in Paris. Miss Starke was honored returning to give and willingly bequeath ability studious to Cone and nnrnnnttt property, receiving
"> also the celebrated of the world. After my II ways Henry graduated from Junior High and 31, 1 19, for the purpose of elllnir .
writes monthly advice a visit from to take to study commercial law to I, Jo Webb do and and I
'Opular Ruth McOarU America, Mrs. Long plans Betty give entered H II S. as a sophomore In paxulnir upon Md for any and _
magazines on how to comedians Miss Eugene up English in a famous college In I. Elizabeth PIunamer. willingly bequeath my ability to 1936. Marzie can now boast of all and Its ntbr real. asSets and ,personal and property '

There", are rumors that Miss Lorraine Hartmann They New York. Miss Stump whomwe I, Mary Ruth Murrhee. do give I skip school to Grace Green.I being a senior here. und part'.l t her....I. i < .V"ry lvlntc part and 4
Griffin
'.' ;::.Tjod; to a pro- Long and Harold the field of act- all thought would always be and willingly bequeath my heightto Hazel Whitehead do give and I Now for u description of the aitentH palMing. nf on fleer' *atiounttiiKH, and (run ton*of, elect It..

,<1 WJ <--e In Erooker have gone far into proud to an old maid school teacher surprised Vergie Gaskin willingly bequeath my calm waysto young lady She la five feet tall Inir uffli. or*, appointing/ truat... I
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nr may I have the honor Ing and B. H. S. h very here. us by her marriage to the I, Elizabeth Phillips! do give Marian Dowling. and weighs 102 pounds. Her hax-; of and the trunxai'tlnir all oth.,. bu ln..n

prhgc to present to you know that they graduated Hart- famous blonde Italian sculptor. and willingly bequeath my ability I, Lloyd Wllkerson do give and el eyes brown hair, and medium to the Corporation sale and rJUpoHltlun andl.r| partalnine">r each I

most outstanding inventor MIss McGarity and Miss Antonio Curaldo. They are makIng It to play basketball to Marie Cros- willingly bequeath my ability to complexion make her an attractive i and every Its a.""ta and wInding
America most of the popu- I up Its affair, _
n' hu ever known. mann compose 'the their home In Venice, Italy. by.I catch rides to Karl Edwards.< girl. Her favorite sports are bas I it. n. Thetl .
Wten. Mr. Wooten has lar music that U suzt "i'Griffis Alma S. Murrhee. Ernest Thomas Phillips, do Junior Adklna. ket ball. dancing, and swimming. I A* I Its VIcePreiildent.JIT .
finished hi Mr. Long and Mr. It 1S4Bradford
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, 8TAKKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCJ .,
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February 24. ley. Lots 6 and 8, block 23
Silver Tea Last Week To Lecture On Food
Given by W. M. S. F. A. Scott and R. F. Clarke al Februaryr25Werraatl;:
Farms f I
At
FAVORITE Penney as Trustees of the Livingston
Is Delightful EventThe Trust Fund of the First Presby- R. F. and Verna Demol'j8t

Societ Oliver tea given Wednesday RECIPESPINEAPPLE Carlton F. Sturdy widely terian Church of Starke, to Clara band and wife to L. o ,11-. '
the W. writer Lots 1 and 2 of May F. Powe'll PoxK a,
afternoon, March 15 by : known lecturer and on can- Mae Knight his wife
f M. S. of the Methodist : ned food subjects will speak on blk. 21; lots 3 and 4 of blk. 22; lot ranty deed to 40 acres flied W'

--- -- -- church was a beautiful affair, and UPSIDE DOWN "Miracles In Food," at the Memorial 21; lots 3 and 4 of block 22; lot L k.

Mrs. Duncan Heads W. M. S. Held Meeting marked with success ,In every par- I CAXJoJ I Home Community Chapel 2 of block 30 of Livingston Truby J, W. Andrews, .11'r, and
Afternoon ticular. The Woman's Club House',I Penny Farms Thursday, 7:30: o'- and Co's. addition to tarke. Warranty Andrews _to M. H, Carter !;t','

Woman's ClubAt Monday was decorated In keeping- with the I Mrs. T. K. McClane Jr., contributes I clock.Mr. deed filed February 23. of block 2 In Pinehurst De\'tl .
the regular business meet- "Expanding Horizons In the Local St. Patrick Idea, only white and a recipe for pineapple up- Sturdy is a representative A. W. Anderson and Myrtle ment of RolUna Estate Ram a

,' Ing of the Woman's Club Wednesday Church" was the program sub green being used In the audit- side down cake and it certainly I of the American Can Company and Anderson, his wife to J. T. Quig- deed filed March 2

;i afternoon the nominating ject Monday afternoon when the orium and also In the sun-parlor. sounds good.Onethird I devotes his entire time to speak- -

committee, composed of Mrs. L. Woman's Missionary Society of The decoration committee used cup butter ing, on request, before clubs

D. Vlnlng, chairman Mrs. Ed the Methodist Church held its wild flowers such as dogwood, 1-4 teaspoon salt Chambers of Commerce, adult food
t ward Burns and Miss Evelyn monthly meeting at the church. white ash, and Easter lilies; these 1 teaspoon vanilla classes, high schools, trade meet THE POCKJETBOOI(

Stump presented the names of The program!: was under the ca- were combined with ferns and 1-2 cup sugar ings and conventions, buyers, ser- '

the following nominees who were pable leadership of the pastor's white spirea and formed an ef- 1 egg unbeaten vice clubs, etc., throughout the KNOWLEDCE

unanimously elected by the club wife, Mrs. Frank Robinson, who fective setting for this pretty affair 1 1-2 teaspoons baking powder United States. s

for the ensuing :year: was assisted by Mrs. L. C. Ray, 1 1-4 cups sifted flour The story of the great harvests, I Ii

President, Mrs. K. G. Duncan; Miss Amelia Ray and Miss Olive Greeting the guests at the door 1-2 cup canned pineapple juice together with the romantic his- i 'B'61'his' ,

1st vice-president, Mrs. D. P. Car- Ray.The were Mrs. J. W. White and Mrs. 1-2 cup brown sugar, firmly tory and progress of the great '$l YR
penter; 2nd vice-president, Mrs.L. devotional service was led A. Wood; receiving in the audit- packed food Industry, are graphically
A. Davis; 3rd vice-president, by Mrs. J. W. White and the medi- orium were Mrs. W. E. Middleton, 5 slices canned pineapple described In an address which Is i iI

'S :Mrs. E. L. Matthews; 4th vice- tation period was In charge of president of the Society, Mrs. 5 maraschino cherries definitely educational and brightened -, I

president, Mrs. C. A. Knight; Recording Mrs. > Wood, whose subject was Frank Robinson, the pastor's wife, Combine butter, salt, and vanilla with Interesting facts and a 1939 L al

c secretary, Mrs. Marcus ,"Holigion Released." Miss Olive Ray leader of circle ; add 'sugar gradually and humor. The program is in I '_- fv TIRE

y Brown; Corresponding secretary,I The president, Mrs. W. E. Mid- number one and Mrs. Pearl Simpson cream well. Add egg and beat charge of The Literary Committeeand

f Mrs. E. K. Perryman; Treasurer, dleton, presided over the business leader of circle number two. thoroughly; add baking powder to a large audience is expected. C

Miss Mina Manassa. session and Mrs. E. K. Perryman Little Janet Anderson, wearing a flour and sift 3 times. Add small Citizens of Starke and vicinityare '

j Preceding the election of offi transacted the duties of secretary.The long, dainty blue frock, receivedthe amounts of flour to creamed mix- cordially Invited. I USEDAG5 STAMgS WwR[ NqT

*, cers Mrs. L. A. Canova president, treasurer read the monthly silver offerings. ture, alternately with pineapple Admission free. Pwrvnus u Twi raw )

F' conducted the routine business report that showed the Societynow Mrs. E. K. Perryman, program juice mixing after each addition -- an N AN/L SR FNS W4 s.Aaew$' 4/D AV w(Msyw l p

matters and heard the annual re- entirely out of debt. chairman, presented the following until smooth. Sprinkle brown NOTICE TO OFFICERSThe Recrrveq.j .
; ports of all officers and commit- Circle Number One will be en- delightful program: sugar on bottom of 8x8-lnch pan Executive Board of the New
Guth(
tertained by Mrs. E. L. Williamsand well greased. Arrange pineappleon River Association will meet at
High, School Orchestra, composed -
Circle Number Two by Mrs.L. sugar, put cherries In centersof the Baptist Church Monday after-
of Grace Dew, L. M. Gaines,
A. Davis, the first Monday in slices, and pour batter over all. noon at 3:00: o'clock. All officersare
Arch Thomas Jr., O. P. Hutto
Sketched from April. Bake in moderate oven ((350::\ de- urged to attend.
) Emmett Perryman with Mrs. H.
Qv stock. Ask to grees) 50) to 60 minutes. Serve 'IKTCftfST"' CHAR68S WHICH THtOVtRMMtNT
C. Brown as accompanist. This MUST IN THe
MUCH PROPERTY CHANGES MilT
see Style 242... Billy SmithCelebrates the first of upside down with whipped cream. COMING' FISCAL'! YEAR WILL Bt MRARLVf
was public appearance Serves 8 to 10. IN PAST FEW, MONTHS f % *MKM THAN THB ANNUAL'
Birthday these high school musicians, and COST OP HUNHN3 THB fNT10VeMMCNT LBCTBIC self CAN
their two numbers were "Dawn" (Continued from Page One) ss' 'ORe THe OF* MCTRIC "SHOOts GIVE*
Celebrating his ninth birthday Ladies' Council WORLD WAR. THAT MAY RseSTR, Up TO
Billy Smith entertained a few of and "Precision," each written by 6, 7, and 8, block 8, Lawtey. Warranty 300 vatrsl
his young friends at his home Bennett. Has First MeetingThe deed filed January 25.

I Tuesday afternoon March 14. Junior high school girls' Chorus Ladles' Council of the Levy A. Canova and Mona Can-

After playing several outdoor gave several beautiful numbers ac- Christian Church held Its first I ova to L. S. Kinnebrew. Warranty ()l'jM' () f1.4l

games the guests enjoyed a weiner companied by Mrs. Brown, and meeting Monday afternoon, at I deed filed January 31. 0t
roast, birthday cake and their singing reflected much crediton 3:00: o'clock at the home of Mrs. I James Gedeon Alvarez and wife I
v punch. their teacher Mrs. Mabel Wall Florie McKinney, with seventeen Rita Alvarez, to Hlldabelle Chace > GERMANY r \ o

Mrs. W. D. Faxon and Miss Dorothy teacher of public school music for members present Bence. Warranty deed filed Jan-

Faxon aasinted Billy's mother, Bradford County. Mrs. E. L. Voudermark of Jack- uary 31.Anna. [) ITALY
$2.25 Mrs. L. F. Smith in serving and Lyle Anderson gave as a read- sonville, State Missionary Secretary M. Blanchard and A. M.

entertaining the following guests: ing, "A Child's Prayer," which he opened the meeting with Blanchard her husband to Mamie THB AVIRA* AMERICAN FACTOR .go 1A4T VfARS.. MONTH RUSSIAN'OH THB* W&RI HOST ABL1 TIMI m 10
Paul III Faxon Griffis. deed In WORKER CAN' BUV MaRS THAN S euv AMAMAt-- At/0 AT A COST at
Canova Buddy recited in a touching manner. prayer and song. She also madean Warranty to land T1MIS AS MUCH -'L' 7RICITYWITj' !:! AAro AtovMof ma mfwmrio*
Put Claude Johns, Walter Dew, Edwin Little Janet Anderson gave as interesting talk on Indian Missionary Lawtey filed February 2. AN HOUft'S WAGES AS A GERMAN v OaSCONTIHUtO nut tuxuitr' fttvtr If/0.. MM_
Williams, Joe Monteith and Junior a reading "The Magic Keys," work. Owen J. Anders and wife Alma W08KRR THAN AH Al44LAfOSt"ITALIAN VtOKKtK.II "/114.$ MORt

Silcox. which are "I thank you" and "If After the meeting was adjourned Anders to Pauline Torode. Lots
BEAUTY you please" tempting refreshments of cake I 5 and 7, block 34, Johns additionto

.i tee chairmen present.Mrs. "My Wild Irish Rose" and "I'll and punch were served by the Starke. Warranty deed filed
Canova announced that In hostess. February 6. FLOWERSAll :
Take You Back Kathleen" were
1 On Your Foot a called Executive Board meeting effectively sung by Mrs. RawsonJ. R. A. Green and Lucile Harris orders filled with careful conslder*
Friday afternoon Mrs. A. Z. Ad- W. C: T. U Green his wife to S. Inez Green.
MeetingThe
Davis, accompanied by Mrs. L. Uon for the requirement of the Individual
king and Mrs. C. A. Land on Call Street In Starke.
Knight
were
A. Canova. I W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. I
attention
Special to ml
given
Warranty deed filed 9. promptness |
Soaring up jour Insb-p elected as delegates to attend the February
: W.
P Smith last
Friday after-
Piano solo, "Cake Walk" (DeBussy I IB
a, then perforate and gaily cut Florida Federation of Women's with much noon for a very Inspiring and Pauline Torode to I. B. Cody economy. II
) was played ex-
and Helen M. Lots I 5 and 6 I
Club In Orlando this week. Mrs. Cody.
out this smart little tie to pression by Mr. L. A. Canova. helpful meeting with a good at- Mrs. L. G. PowellPhone
iI D. P. Carpenter and >Mrs. E. L. of block 18 in Lawtey. Warrantydeed I
all you could ever ask for In The Women's Chorus, accom- tendance. The union will meet filed 9. 123-J
Matthews were elected as altern February
panied by Mrs. Ellery M. Davis, with Mrs. O. ..E Stansbury todayat I
comfort combined with beauty. ates. T. M. McCord and Vivien Gerl-! L
L Lace It snugly over your Instep, delighted their audience by sing- three o'clock. Members are dene McCord to J. W. Andrews, [ .
WatersSteal" urged to attend if possible.
of Its ing (a) "Where Drowsy Jr. Lot 3, block 2, Pinehurst Development r
feel tho: firm .
support FLOWERSFOR (Lleurance); (b) "A Vene- of Rollins Estate
strong steel stunk then I' ALL'OCCASIONS tian Love Song" (Nevin); (c) "I WOODMEN CIKCLK: TO MKKT Warranty deed filed February 17 .
revel In tho \vell-clrewNed. look Love Life" (Mana-Zucca). The '
George F. to T. Mc
Young M.
The Wear White
Woodman Circle will meet Stag Suck-
of first
chorus is -
It given your foot t IN ANYDESIGNS composed sopranos Cord. Lot 3, Block 2, Pinehurst
q"t:+ nn : Mrs A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. C. next Tuesday night at 7:30: o'-
,** In white or Japonica, and on W. Chalker, Mrs. R. J. Davis, clock in the hall. All membersare Development of Rollins Estate.
Warranty deed filed 17. Smart Cool
February Easy-to-Clean I
li a sensible\ nuxllum heel.i Also Flowers Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, Miss Clyde urged to be present. G. P. Wadsworth and wife Frances ,

Wired to Nell Thomas; second sopranos: 1'IChSBYTEIIi.1N: A. Wadsworth to W. E. Rho-
Miss Jean Davis Mrs. W. B. Mur- CHURCH
AnyhudyAnywhare of den. Lots 10 11, 12, 13 of Block
d' J. M. ALVAREZ phree Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. service Subject at the the Sunday Presbyterian morning 14; lots 13, 14, 15: 16 17, 18 19
Earl Searing Miss Evelyn Stump
For AnyOccasion ; Church of Block 16 in Hampton. Warranty -
Est. 1894 altos: Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs Miss will be "As One Whom 1
His Mother Comforteth; or, The deed filed February 18,
i Alice Fernandez Mrs. S. P. Van-
TilE! DEPRNUAKLK STOKE Mystery of Sorrow Willie Tyler and wife Lucy Tylerto 1
MRS. N. 1). WAINWRIGHT dhrlere, and Mrs. L. A. Canova. Solved. The
Phone 102: The refreshment committee, message will be delivered by Dr. Lexie Tyler. Warranty deed I
C. C. Adams filed February 20. \
with Mrs. Sam Anderson as chair- supply pastor. % \J
Robert Rivers to Ned Berry. ;
man served a salad course with _
Bus Scnedule Warranty deed to 10 acres filed I
coffee and tea. The serving table
was placed In the sun-parlor and Northbound February 22. r Qa d
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L. D. Vining and wife Charlie
NOTICE covered with a handsome lace 2:45: a. m.j: 9:20: a. m. 1:50 p. m. Lou Vining to Verna J. Demorest.

cloth, centered by a bowl of wild 3:00: p. m.; 6:15: p. m.: 10:15: p. m. Waranty deed filed February 23. 0"I
I Easter lilies and ferns and the Southbound
Minnie T. Hazen and husband,
I wish to announce that after April 'bowl was balanced by tall white 12:20: a. m.; 2:20: a. m.; 10:20 a. m. G. W. Hazen to Jettye Hazen.
'tapers In silver holders. Pouring 2:20: ( p. m.; 5:50): ) p. m.; 8:20: p. m. 2f'
Warranty deed to 67 acres filed
coffee and tea were Mrs. W. E. *
1 st Hubert Priest will be connected Middleton and Miss Amelia Ray. t4t ,

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For the success of the tea thanks
;; with the Standard Oil Company as I are due to Mrs. Carrie Hitch, Mrs.L. OUR PLANT IS A

D. Vining, Mrs. C. E. Johns,
:t : tank wagon salesman. He will give Mrs. Sam Anderson Mrs. E. S. MOTH GRAVE YARD

I Matthews. Mrs. L. A. Davis and

t ng the same high quality service as other willing workers. Also to S5 To S750
'4 It the musicians who so kindly add- Clothes cleaned

>,, Standard Oil has in the Past. ed to the program. by us are insured .Mow!9tylss" ')

t'fll I The silver offering amounted to against moths for 6 months.
!: S $30.65, which will be used for lo- ,

J'1 K., G. DUNCAN, Agent cal work Ask,Clayton Strickland about our COME IN AND SEE THIS

j, Baptist W. M. S. SPORTS BROGUEIN :
New Moth Proof Process WHITE STAG BUCK THE IDEAL WARM
.. Holds
r rwMUSOSwwuuwwuuuuNawsnwwunMwauuausiuuusuunwnwisuwiwRRUlwwa" '... wwswsuwululusRwawwwsRSSUUru. .. MeetingThe
WEATHER LEATHERI IT'S POROUS AND .

THE EASTER PARADE ALWAYS ing of business the Woman's and program Missionary meet- COOL. CLEANS EASILY WITH A "BUNNY, 1'
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Society of the Baptist Church was BAG;
: AT THE held Monday afternoon at the OTTO F. STOCK

church with Mrs. W. B. Alexander, THIS IS JUST ABOUT OUR MOST POPULAR
DRY
CLAR JEAN SHOPPE CLEANING Gainesville Fla.
vice-president, She
presiding. also SPORT SHOE STYLE, TOO-IT'S LISTEDIN
led the devotional.
A VARIED SELECTION OF DISTINCTIVE The program was l'led by Mrs. OUR JARMAN STYLE CHARTS FOR |

STYLES CAN BE FOUND L. A. Canova, who followed the WEAR, WITH THE NEW SUMMER FABRICSFOR

outline in Royal Service and with BOTH "DRESS-UP"_ AND INFORMAL ,
"LITTLE GIRL" FASHIONS the assistance of all members OCCASIONS. w
TO G
present discussed the teaching THE PUBLIC
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Small waist line full skirt type phase of the Great Commission.The .

i The Smart Ann Sutton Creations, chambrays, checks subject, "Ringing School Bells I _JAB 81: SUM STYLE! AND ASK TO mVv: OUR*
and seer suckers Around The World," was developed I wish to announce that I have changed locationsand \, ALL THE NEW: SUITINQ CHART PASRICS-! : L'S'AND'
rl{ with brief remarks about SHOW YOU "WHICH aHOU TO WIUUI. -
some I "_ WITH
am now manager of the Amoco Service WHAT,LI
$3.98 $5.98 of the hundreds of schools In
which Southern Baptists are vit- Station located at the intersection of Roads 13

TUNE UP FOR EASTER ally interested.The and 48.I I t
Rev. A. E. Lightfoot, pastor J
In one of our exciting color combination ensembles of the local church, spoke to ..

i New taffetas crepe de chines and organdies for the the members of the society on the will give the same type courteous service at

tiny tot. Shirley Temples and Cinderellas in newest Seminary in Louisville, Ky., from my new location as I have given for the past
r;, designs which he was graduated. Later ,
during the meeting he made a fourteen years at the old one.I ,SHOC$ f OR MM
New Line of Martha Sleeper Costume Jewelry short talk expressing his Interestin

Beach togs*- Slacks, active play suits bathing suits. and love for the W M. S. will also have the agency for the Florida Motor

During the business session Interesting
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FLOWERS circles, the Mission Study leader, patronage

aj' ,' the Sunbeam O. A's.Band. the were Y. W.made.A., and the Trade At ALEXANDER'S and Save


s t CLARI JEAN SHOPPE the An New Executive River Board Association meeting was of LACY CONWAY r Alexander

_ s PHONE 97 announced to be held Monday aft-I & Co.
ernoon at 3:30: o'clock at the
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Mrs. Fred Guy of JacksonvilleIs The Rev. and Mrs. Laurie Q..1 i j Mrs. A M. Darby returned to 1 Mrs. K. O. Duncan, Mrs. L. A. Mildred! Morgan Mrs. R. F. Dem- I,

the guest of her parents. Judge Ray and children, of Jacksonville her home here Thursday after I Canova, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter crest F I
and Mrs. .
A. Z. Adklns. are guests today of Mm. J. W visiting her sou-tn-law and daughter Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. C. A.
lie Mae5 Hlnson, Mrs Earl Sear-
t Bits of White and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Mr. and Mrs George A. Knight and Mrs. L. F. Chapman
Mr and Mrs. L. B. Barrie and Ray. Marks In DeLand and Mr. and of the State Farm attended the Ing, Miss Lucille Kennedy, Miss. .

children of Penny Farms were Mrs H. C. Richard in Palatka. i Florida Federation of Women'sClubs Ernestine Buddlngton, and Miss

visitors here last Thursday. Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Tillman Hutto. I In Orlando Tuesday and Hope Haynes.

IDeal Nev and Mrs. A. H. Hall) were guests Mrs. Mary Dover and Mrs. T. I Wednesday. Mrs. Adkins and

Miss Martha Lyles of Jackson- Monday of Mrs. Hutto's sisterinlaw N. Kendrick returned to their Mrs. Knight were official delegates Mrs. Bertha Pearce and daughter -

I CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND yule spent the week-end here as Mrs. W. F. Ritter, in Plant home here Monday after upending of the local club.
Wanda, were week-end
the guests
guest of Miss Jean Davis. .
some time in Macclenny as
OF THE COUNTY ANn TOWN of Mrs. Pearce's brother and sis
PROGRESS City.N.
guests of Mrs. Kendrick's son-in- Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Higglnbo-
Mrs. DeWItt C. Jones of Gainesville T. Bitch who is a studentat law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs tham and son, Dan, Mr. and Mrs ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. Haynes ti
In Winter Haven. While there
was the luncheon guest Mon- Emory, at Oxford Georgia, Tolbert Black. A. M. Pettit and son Marion, and
day of Mrs. C. W. Chalker. spent the spring holidays here daughter Miss Mlntl Pettit, Mr. they visited the Cypress Gardensand -

visitor Mrs. C. W. Chalker with his mother, Mrs. Carrie I and Mrs E. N. Bell and Jack Bok Tower
rge B Flynn was a and John Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Morrow and lion ,
ral City Friday, Chalker spent Tuesday In Jack- Mrs. Sam Anderson. Mrs. W. H. Ritch. I Mrs. D. B. Williams en route from John Wlnzy, all of Gainesville,

sonville. Smith, and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly Ft. Pearce to Knoxville, Tenn. Mrs. F. B. Johns, and Mrs L A.

and Mrs. W. L. Wall spent spent Tuesday in Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., were guests last Wednesday of? Rennolds were guests! Sunday of
'
Jacksonville. Mrs. and children and Mr. and Mrs. H. Senator and Mrs. C. E. Johns at
I Ly in N. T. Green and children Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis. Whilein
spent Thursday of Jackson- ville as guests of Mr. und Mrs. J. Lake.
O M. Copps relatives. Jacksonville were guests Sun- tend Tennessee State College.
H. Ritch.
pent Thursday here. day of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Andreu.Mr. --

Miss Hazel Lennon of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart will Teachers from Bradford County
business visit- Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daugh- ProvidesCASUID i
Davis was a spent the week-end here with and Mrs. G. L. Patten ofTallahassee spend the week-end in Jacksonville High School, attending the State
Tuesdayand ters, Misses Juanita and Sara
Jacksonville relatives. as guests of Mr. and Mrs event of accident.!
are guests of Mrs. Teachers' in
Barefoot, and Miss Edith Rowe Meeting Tampa
Patten's mother, Mrs. E. E. Can- John Hart. While there they will CASH-la event of illness.
Mrs. W. B. MundyJacksonville. were visiting 'in Jacksonville last Thursday, Friday and Saturdaywere
attend the wedding of their cousin CASH To hospital bilk.
Mrs. A. O. Andreu and Mrs. L. ova. pay
.
'//t Tuesday in F. Dinkins spent Thursday in Thursday. I Miss Gladys Hart and James Harry : K L. Williams, principal, CASH-To p.r doctor biaW.

Jacksonville.Dr. J. D. McDaniel of Alamo Ga., Long. Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. Warren CASH-Or a monthly income
ID Vining was a businessin Mr. and Mrs. B. Jacobs spent I life
for at ret remeat.
Is the guest of his son-in-law and Perkins, Miss Evelyn Stump, John f r
Fernandina Wednesday, Wednesday in Jacksonville as
income
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. G. L. Patten arrived here Wed- Atkinson CASH-Or a monthly
J. M. Whittemore Mrs.
and Mrs. W. E Middleton guests of their son-in-law and (or your 10..1 one* la
Wade. from Tallahassee lie and
nesday
lrge B. Flynn was a businessIn spent Wednesday afternoon in daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jack Williams, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright vent of premature
T. Frank Landrum and E. L. ctath.Yo ;
Tallahassee Wednesday. Jacksonville. Nussbaum. Jr. Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Ricken- Matthews leave today for Ocala Bynum Perkins, par for Perfect Prof cttoa

'*' baker of Brohson were recent where they will attend a convention Miss Dorothy Swambom, Lester whether you own it or not-
ilter Swanbom, of Slater, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Silcox spent Miss Jenell! Hutchings spent a Sand for complete detaILs TODAY
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. of Young Democratic Clubsof Sponholtz. Mrs. S. S. Dowling, ts1
week-end here with his Sunday In Green Cove NOWf
[the Springs Hayes. few days last week in Gainesvilleas Florida. Mrs. S. P Vandlvlere. Dow G. -

visiting: friends. the guest of her brother and Beck, Mrs A. E. Mrs
Wall H. C. HAROLD C. WALL* Afrntay;
Mrs. S. E. RItch and son, Gene, aister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Mr. and Mrs. J. H Tatum, Mr. Brown, Mrs. J. P. Roberts, Mrs
Mrs. H. L. Miss Edna
Brownlee, Hutto
J. M. spent Thurs- and Mrs. Jim Ritch of the State Hutchings.The and Mrs. Charles Tatum, Mrs. N. N. Prevatt, Miss Madge Mid Reliance! Life Insurance Com-
and Mrs. in
[lee and the Rev day Jacksonville.Mrs. _
Thursday Farm were visiting friends here Paul Brooker and SOD Paul Jr., dleton, Miss Ruby LJlley. Mrs H. pany of PltUburg
spent
Lightfoot Tuesday.Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light- L Biggs, Mrs. II. C. Ritch, Miss
Lksonville. Zona all of DeLand were guests last ... _..
Morgan
recently --- -- --- --
foot and daughter, !Nancy, and
visited her father week-end of Mr. and Mrs. E.: R ---
Elbert
in Okahumpka.Mrs. Gnann, Mae Edwards and daughter Mrs H. L. Brownlee and daughter Struth and Mr. and Mrs. George

Miss Elaine Edwards, spent Madge, spent Tuesday in Roberts of Lawtey.Mrs. .
the week-end in Jacksonville with Gainesville.
H. A. Lawson and children,
Charles and Elizabeth, spent Fri relatives.All C. S. McCornack of St. Tip TopGroceryAND
day in Jacksonville.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Searing and Charles, 111., Mrs. L. E. Pen don
are welcome to attend the I Mrs. W. H. Perkins spent the and Mrs. R. T. Bell of Elgin, Ill.,

J. H. Fields and Georgia-Florida-Alabama singing week-end in Lakeland as guestsof are expected to arrive tomorrowfor
daughter
convention at Lake City Sunday, Mrs. Perkins' daughter, Mrs.
; MARKET
Hazel, spent Thursday of last March 2Sth. an extended vacation with I!
R. B. Trask.
week in Jacksonville. friends. While here they will be

the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
Residence Insurance '' Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Keene and C. Preston Burnett of Orlando Uglow. SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY i,,,

$7.00 per> year Burglary Please; Phone 146 'j' children, Velvehree and J. W., state agent for the Commercial MARCH 24th. & 25th.
relatives
were In
visiting Fernan-
II. C. Wall, Agency. Union Assurance Co., was here on Mrs. E. T. Vordemark, state secretary -
exceed $114,000,000 dina Sunday. business Wednesday with Johns & of the Christian ''tY
I Missionary
,. No. 1 Irish Potatoes, 10 Ibs. 20c
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop and Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mrs. E. Wainwright, Society of Jacksonville, Florida,
than $466,000.000 insurance Harold and Nina Bishop spent S. Matthews and was guest of Mrs. Volley M. Kinney Dozen 23c
Mr. and Mrs. Winesap Eating Apples m
[forte_ Friday in Jacksonville.Mrs. E. L. Matthews spent Tuesday In Mrs. Arthur Managua and small Monday afternoon Mrs. Vor ,
daughter, Anne, and Henry Man- demark made a nice talk on missionary
t than 90 per cent of the 350e Jacksonville.Mr. Golden Yellow Bananas 4 Ibs. 15c
life lnnuance P. M. Barefoot, Mrs. L. J. assa and SOD Henry, Jr., all of work which was enjoyed ,

c can companies Green and daughter, Judy, spent and Mrs. A. S. Strickland Lakeland were guests Tuesday of very much.B. UK PAY IN TRADE
Mrs. C. I. Manastia.
life has paid more than 123 Wednesday in Brooker. have returned home after spend

.Ilion dollars to policyholders ing a week at various! points In F. Merritt of St. Petersburg, FOR EGGS Dozen 17c -
d 1 bcneficiarie! since: orgaoizai Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee and South Florida. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall and Mrs. W. P. Huckaby of Wlldwood, ; "

i In 1903. sons spent the week-end in St. children and their guests of Jack Mrs. M. M. Drake, and also Mr.

Petersburg with relatives.. D. P. Carpenter, W. P. Smith, sonville were guests Sunday of and Mrs. F. E. Wilson and little SWEET\ POTATOES 10 Ibs. 15cJKVKI

tOLD C. WALL Agency and L. D. Vining attended the Rotary Mrs. Randall's 'parents, Mr. and daughter of Lakeland were visiting .

ce i Life Insurance Company Miss Enza Weaver of the State Club luncheon In Gaines- Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. their parents and grandparents y
of PIttaburg Farm spent the week-end here ville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Merritt, COMPOUND HKHT GRADE WHITE

with Miss Juanita Barefoot. Mr and Mrs',,A. B. Wilson and here Sunday. '
Lard lb. 9c Bacon lb. 12c
_. ._ Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Alexanderand two daughters Louise and Nancy ,
:Miss Wilma Alexander were Carroll, of Lowell, N. C., arrived Mr. and Mrs.: George A. Ander

NAT SEZ: visiting relatives in Waldo Sunday today for a visit with the Rev. and son and Mrs. W. J. Epperson spent

afternoon. Mrs. Frank Robinson.Mrs. the week-end in New Orleans
Rice 5 Ibs. I 17c 5 Ibs. 23cFIKHT
On Easter Sunday when" everybody I Mrs. Epperson left New Orleans Sugar,

t drcMies up in those' brand J. J. Rigdon spent last week-enJ T. J. Griffin returned Sun- for Los Angeles, California where __

new shiny clothe, you'll feel In Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. day night from Jacksonville, where she will visit her son-in-law and -- ,
'
/( mighty bad when see Mra.Jones' Lacy Rigdon and Mr. and Mrs. she had spent two weeks with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs Dale Van- GRADE HAKIGOIJI
you
l
1 TALL CAN ,
l Arthur Rigdon. son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and sickle for several weeks before re
husband struttln down the turning to her home here.
Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. MILK OK
A\enoo In that neat tit tin tailor Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent I II 5 C

made suit and your old man Is last week-end In Fernandina as Mr and Mrs. D. D. Colley and Mrs J. N. Ford of Tampa returned 2 SM'C.NH
I
wearing that 1935 model. He'll guests of Mr. Davis' mother, Mrs. I I daughter of Florence Villa and I to her home there after

probably tell you that hU courlJn Mary A. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. 8, I{. Blackburn of spending this week with her par- KKI TO!' 1'ouud JOIJ) TOP I'011 n days are over and his old suit is Tampa were recent guests of Mr. ents, Mr. and Mrs. W N. Brown,
COFFEE 15c COFFEE 18c
good enough: but don't let him get Merrill Struth of Sanford spent and Mrs. W. A. Colley. of Hampton. Friends of Mr. and
away with" It.THE the week-end here with his parents Mrs. Brown will be Interested to --- "-

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Struth, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daughter learn that they moved to Starke Country Kist Peas or Corn, 3 Cans 25c

and Miss Kate Struth. Sara, Mrs. L. J. Green and yesterday and are living on

FINEST daughter, Judy, and Patsy Keene Cherry Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben O'Neil and were visiting friends at the Slate. 5 Ibs. 22c

Miss Margaret Moore of Jacksonville Farm Sunday afternoon.The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus .-" ,

were recent guests of Mr. Conant of Jacksonville will be

(if SHIRTSon and Mrs. L. U. Morgan. Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Light- pleased to learn that they an- )

'Y'4.if .A foot, formerly of Blounstown are nounce the arrival of a son, Saturday .lilt 10 Ibs. 39c '

Mrs. J. W. KIncald. Mrs. O. L. guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. March 18, at Riverside .- t

= the market at the Beasley, Mrs E. L. Williams, and Brownlee. Mr. Lightfoot is now Hospital In Jacksonville. Mrs. wr'

ii/ Mrs. L. D. Vining spent Wednes- pastor of the Baptist Church. Conant prior to her marriage was
/
lij j I day afternoon In Jacksonville. I Miss Anne Long, daughter of J2Olbs. 74c 2 for ISc
affordto
,
l price you can Residence Burglary Insurance Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long of

Friends here of Scout Leonard $7.50 per year. I'lease Phone 146 Gainesville, and granddaughter of

: to pay Smith are sorry to know that he II. C. Wall Agency. Mrs. S. E. Brownlee of this city. COUNTRY; ItOLL I, WISCONSIN ;

is quite ill at the home of his par-
... .. ..... Butter lb. 25c Cheese Ik 17c'
ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Willis and >TV"

three dafvhters, Betty Nancy, and ,

$1.00 $1.65 $2.00 Mr. and Mrs. AI Manasaa, Miss Carolyn.(%nd 'Mr. and Mrs J. ENGRAVINGTHE COOKING OIL Gallon Can 72c

Edith Rowe, Leslie Biggs, and W. Smith all of Hastings were guests ,

T Weeks attended the Air Showin Sunday' of Mr. and Mrs. W G. JIKCLKANKD 100 1M HOMEMADE BO Gal Can
Gainesville Sunday afternoon.IIOE5UREf Halle. '

Corn $1.35Lard $4.50
EASTER IS ttl l Mr. and Mrs Sam Anderson:

Miss Florence GUI, Jesse Alexan- i

der and O. W Hicks attended the i BREAKFAST

ujninnos I Shell banquet at the Roosevelt

APRIL 9TH night.Hotel in Jacksonville Monday Bacon Squares lb. 17c



Tommy Ritch, who la a student

You can still have that at Lee-Hi in Jacksonville, spent
several days last week with his FINEST THAT Neck Bones 2lbs. 15cFANCY r

uncle and Aunt Mr. and Mrs. T CAN BUY
MONEY
EW SUIT FOR EASTERDon't FOR SALE-Improved Marlglobe J. Griffin, and his mother, Mrs.

tomato plants. 20c per 100, de- Carrie Rltch. CHUCK
livered D. W. Moore, Starke.tf.. VISITING CARDS

Miss Dorothy Sapp, Miss Mary RoastMEATY lb. 19c

DelayInternational'Tailor FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs Lee, and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Rev- WEDDINGINVITATIONS
1U all of Tallahassee were guests
available after April
apartment
last week-end of Mr. and Mrs. W.
1. Apply Mrs. S. R. Johns. ltp IUB
B. at their
Mundy summer cottageon
Made FOR RENT Furnished apartment Santa Fe Lake. BIRTH
StewHens lb. 121c
modem conveniences, ANNOUNCEMENTSSYMPATHY
l Y reasonable. See Mrs. J. W. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden and

Suits are priced Morgan or Morgan's Store, Mr. and Mrs.. C. C. Hoppe and

Starke. Itp son, Jimmy of Tampa wlU spendthe
i l 1 week-end here as guests of ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSWe lb. 20c
r Genuine Indian Formosa -
$23.50 a AZALEAS- Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and
up deep lavendar a fast Mrs. J. W. KIncald. are local agent for the H.
grower, 8 in. $1.50 doz.; 10 In. ft B. Drew Co., the South'. finest -
doz 12 In. $3 doz. f. o. b.- Their entire '
$2 ; Knurraverifc
Friends of Louis Smith of
son Lamb Stew lb. 17jc
Belvedere Azalea Gardens line of Fine Engraving Hampton
W. H. Smith of Sampson City,
Nursery, Earlton, Fla., P. O. may be Been by calling 29 or 82.
will regret to learn that he Is confined -
Fla. 3104tpFOR
Waldo
to St. Vincent' Hospital in

SALE-Best offer geU lots Jacksonville suffering from a Bradford County My Friends, Just Come On In and EnjoyA

11 and 12 Temple's addition to fractured skull) received when Telegraph Good Savings This Week
Starke. Mrs. P. E. Bailey, Camilla thrown from a horse last Thurs-

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lAfiK SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. bL1RC1124- .i ir "

USE OF CITRUS JUICES I ALONG THE looks or how smoothe he talks. NEJY{ RIVERMrs. 11:00: a. m. and 5 p 111 5

IN BAKING IS NOTHING We should all be grateful to Mrs. ". O. E. Crosby, Correspondent Corinth choir and also me t D *

NEW TO FLORIDA WOMEN RURAL ROUTESA Murrhee for her warning. : choir will meet at the *

FARMERS SECTIONNOTES Mr. ana Mrs. A. E. Sapp and I hold a song service church*

Tallahassee Fla.--The use of Matter of Opinion Tobacco StiU "Controlled"C. children and Miss Eloise Johns clock then until 7b':

OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS citrus Juices in baking, emphasized B. Roberts, who runs a general were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill there will 1 fc- chlllt:
services
recently by the announcement that Whether of not Bradford County merchandise store at Graham, Richardson and family at Glen St. conducted by the "*

grapefruit was being used In breadin can still have a profitable doesn't think there will be too Mary Sunday. Tlllman.

TftnttfortfaHousehold Emt Texas. is nothing new to many I strawberry season seems to remain much tobacco this year even Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Everyone Is invited to

RURAL Florida home-makers, says Miss! pretty much a matter of opinion.For though the Government's control children were dinner guests of Mr. and take part in the atltt

COMMON SENSE Isabelle Thursby. State Home instance V. R. Ferguson and program was voted down. "Some- and Mrs. Adam Andrews of Lake and bring someone service CoIn

SPRING COTTONS Demonstration Department food Ed Durban were discussing the one bigger even than the Govern- Butler Sunday and were accom- with You.
BUYING
-JOHNSON specialist. situation at the former's place ment took care of that," he said. panied home by Miss Ida Mae TRAIN SCIIEDL'1.g

By SPUDS By Clarine Belcher "Many of our rural women who Sunday afternoon. Kd felt pretty ot course, what Mr. Roberts had i Andrews who will spend a weekas Schedule of trains arrlvtnc

FARMER WILL BENEFIT Extension Clothing SpecialistWith have lived in citrus groves for good over the prospect (the fact in mind was the late frosts that their guest. daily. Subject to change 'N11hot bt

FROM FOSTERING AND Spring now in its advent, years and city women, as well, that he had received $5.25 for a nipped plant beds and also the Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lazenby Dotlce.

PROTECTING. WILDLIFE the rural home-maker's mind Is have known for a long time that crate of fruit a day or so before I blue mold, which took its toll, although have recently opened the filling SouthbouLd-Due 'I

turning to plans for buying cool, the juice of lemons, sour or wild might have had something to do not as severe this season station formerly operated by No. J-Local. Starke i

Florida farmers will do well to economical, and attractive clothing oranges, grapefruit, or sweet or- with his frame of mind), but any- :I as it has been In the past. In Theodore Cook. We wish them No. Itl-Through.----"___ 1l.23h

pay more attention to the wildlife for her family. Whether she anges used for all or part of the way, he still felt there was a other words It looks as if tobacco much success in their new busi- No. 107-Through.__. lO.29hl
on their places and the possibilities buys ready-made garments or fabrics liquid in baking will make light, chance to make money if prices acreage will be "controlled," although ness. 8.3'rl

t it offers for boosting their in- to sew at home, she, necessarily tender, and palatable doughs and stayed good, even if productionwas not by the Government a-I Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews Northbound-Due Stark. I

come from the land. will consider cotton, for batters," Miss Thursby explains. small. Mr. Ferguson, on the lone. I of Starke were visiting his sister No. 2-Local_______ 5.2h,

In past years, most farmers cotton is better suited for Florida Citrus Juices, according to the other hand, couldn't see where the of and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. No. 108-Through..._ 5.41py 1

have net thought very much about wear than most fabrics. home demonstration specialist, plants were putting on enough to A Pretty Farm 1\[, F. Wiggins, Tuesday afternoon. Starke and Bell
enable
to Branch
I the quail and other game that Inhabited Tha new cottons, in interesting are used by many Florida womento a new out crop far ahead.growers Friends of Mrs. Hugh Butler Don't forget, Sunday, April 9, No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00.: !

their woods and fields un- colors, prints, and novelty weaves, produce novel and highly desirable come very Crosby will be glad to know that there will be services at the New No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: l t

4"i i til the hunting season rolled around are adaptable to all needs. So, characteristics In baked she has returned home after being River Baptist Church by the Rev.H. (Daily except Sunday's t!

Moat farmers like to hunt .we offer some suggestions to belp goods such as an unusually deli- Time Will Tell for some time In St. Vincent's M TIllman of Jacksonville at T. J. GRIFFIN )
;1 and they get a great deal of satisfaction the homemaker In providing cate crumb, a thin, light brown And so it goes. Almost every Hospital in Jacksonville. She is Agntr

out of getting a "mess" Spring and Summer clothes for crust, and light appetizing aandsteamed farmer has somewhat different not yet fully recovered, but every- I .-.. -.... J

of birds* .n.-....G., we re ant'_ they lies .UUIlIJ.--,,-.. _...c s b re ode, pa series, c akes, and .l.rlA......>.ko.. *_.. ....I..A subject, and only one .hnnjia. t' thnt_..v that rlav"oT will net r ",'1.-i ..rj..fI1t ,

haven't paid much attention to The wise shopper buys goods puddings. They do not time will tell. The old saying is be long off. Hugh Butler and his

wildlife "out of season." which combine beauty with style overlook the fact that this is a that It's always darkest just be- wife live in a small house near

q t And this "out of season" Indifference and service and does not let styl- very effective way of bringing fore the dawn and a series of the fine old home of his father, '

# may have left them without ing cause her to forget qualitiesthat healthful fruit acids into the diet lucky breaks from now on could Phil Crosby. This is one of the

'r benefits they could have obtained are needed for service. Buy- of the family. change the picture from blue to prettiest farms in the county with

through fostering and protecting Ing wisely isn't always easy and "For cakes and quick breads, rosey red. the great oak trees suroundlng

' the wildlife on their farms. Intelligence and good Judgmentare particularly," Miss Thursby says, the big, rambling house and the "...
s., Every farmer knows or should necessary for success. "citrus Juices may be used Just aa Bloom Is Scarce rolling land, freshly plowed, ex- :

:E t know, that quail, doves, mockingbirds It's a good Idea to Inform one's sour milk or buttermilk is used There's no use kidding ourselves, tending almost as far as eye can
}
r; i') and other birds put it all self on qualities to expect from for all or part of the liquid in the however, and a ride through the see. 1 ,

y''' i over artificial control when It textile fiber. Cottons are cool, recipes. Half a teaspoon of soda fine farming section southwest of -- ;

comes to combating crop pests. easily and satisfactorily laundered, Is usually needed to neutralize the Lawtey discloses the fact that although Picturesque! Land = ;

w, Entomologists nay natural control and inexpensive. While they offer acid of three-fourths of a cup of berry plants have never Another pretty farm Is that of --ll.h.: .'.
la much more desirable and satisfactory poor resistance to soiling and are orange or grapefruit Juice and, been bigger and prettier to lookat Lee Crosby in this same section. rti :::.I

than artificial control for not as strong as some fabrics, generally, will leaven two cups of bloom at the present time is The hills and vales in this partofthe HO make

insect peats. Thus, the farmer their favorable points make them flour. If fruit Juice is only mildly mighty scarce. county make the flat areas to your

who has many birds on his place well-suited for Florida wear. And, acid, add only a fourth of a tea- look dull and uninteresting in comparison -

does not have as high a bill for insecticides Incidentally, using them increasesthe spoon of soda for each three- Good Stand of MelonsOf Highway Dollars
as the farmer whose consumption of a Southern I fourths of a cup of Juice. The
ti farm has been depleted of birds. soda. should be sifted with the course, over in the Brooker
crop. and Graham sections, growers are Enjoy New Home
So much for that angle. There'sanother flour. Work Forever
In buying cottons, remember
not so much concerned with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stokes are
tide to the question-direct these points. Miss Thursby has many recipesfor
strawberries as they are with tobacco enjoying their new home near De-
+ revenue from game birds. Select a fabric appropriate for using citrus Juice with breads dan Church. is s
and watermelons. N. Jl, It of the modern
Florida needs and better
1 Hunting has grown very popular the use to be made of it. Sheer, and cakes, but one which will Davis at Graham has planted six- bungalow type and they have more highways.Yet .
during the past few years and and a taxpayers demand lower taxes while the expenses I
fragll materials are satisfactoryfor prove especially appetizing teen acres to melons and has a been in it for a couple of months
hundreds of city folk go to the dressy wear, but they are unsatisfactory very pleasant surprise for those now. of government mount steadily. How can Florida go
98 percent stand-the best he has They are finding, like other
,a country In search of game. Farmers for house or sports' who have not tried it is Florida HereIs new home that it ahead with a progressive program of building long.
ever had at this time of year. owners, takes a
''t"" whose places ore near forests grapefruit biscuit. Here are her lasting roads and satisfy the taxpayer too
lot of
who "fixing to
a hustling farmer and one up" get a place
1 include forests have had first- wear.Select Llmerock supplies the answer I Florida'
or long-flbered material. directions: 2 cups of flour, 1-2 teaspoon just like want it own
has a big plan for the future. He you after you
), hand information on this matter The longest cotton fibers are a- of baking soda, 1-2 tea- Is continually increasing his acre- move In. superb road-base material makes highway dollar

' in the noise from shotguns and bout two Inches. Very short fibers spoon of salt, 4 tablespoons of in cultivation and is seriously work forever.As .

the larger number of automobiles' produce weak yarn which make shortening, and 3-4 of a cup of age considering the purchase of a trac- HAMPTON a road-base material Llmerock is everlasting.
in their sections during the hunting less durable fabrics that may be grapefruit Juice are needed. Sift Limerock-base roads are less expensive to construct
t tor In the near future. Good luck, Miss Adi NImmo
season. No doubt, many of Short- and flour. Sift Correspondent
fuzzy after laundering. measure again Mr. Davis And we hope those than any other so-called permanent pavement.
them have had to go out and runoff I I flbered fabrics are not as strong with soda and salt. Using finger melons turn out as good as they They cost less to widen and modernize for future

t trespassers at times I as others and have little resistancet tips or pastry blender, rub or cut look Rev. W. T. McGuire, pastor of traffic. For long-renge; economy they are far few

.. now. the Christian Church ______,.._ ._______.. ,
+ ?T/\ur* UV> inrht make tt bit nt so4IIn..'. For good wear, vnrnH shortening Into fir Y ingredients will_ _fill_ _his._ L.-' r I
, 41 V*VT 4 T*"J MVta W 01-----1. n n expensive: : than temporary' ; naru-vuriacing that must
appointment
cash off the city hunter? He'd be should be well twisted, strong, I until the mixture resembles corn regular here next be replaced every few years.

willing to pay for the right tow smooth, and even. Plain and twill meal. Make well In center of On A Small ScaleA << Sunday morning and evening.Rev. Florida's long experience with Limerock-baK

hunt if he knew that there was weaves produce the most durable mixture and turn In grapefruit different type of farmer is W. B. Hicks of Waldo roads proves that no properly constructed Limerock-

game and if the matter was put fabrics, while novelty weaves, Juice and stir with a fork to makea W. T. McEver of Graham, who is preached at the Baptist Church base highway has ever failed in service that

up to him. Why not foster the though interesting, may give poor soft dough as quickly as pos Industrious and energetic but prefers last Sunday morning. Rev. F. B. Llmerock is the most economical permanent road-

wildlife, kill off all the stray cats wearing quality sible. As soon as the flour has to operate on a small scale, Robinson filled the pulpit for the base material. Today's Limerock-base roads are

, ;' and other vermin that eat young Durability is influenced by been gathered, turn dough onto a "Folks are always telling me 'Oh Baptist church at Waldo for the unsurpassed for riding comfort and non-skit! safety.
4 birds, leave section of woods un- thread count-the number of floured board and knead lightly you ought to take in more land' ." morning service
f Low-cost maintenance, for type of
disturbed where the birds may threads per Inch, length-wise and with palm or hand and finger tips Mr. McEver says. "But I tell them Rev. Stafford Homan, of Colo- pavement, is ell that Limerock-base necessary roads any require.

Jive and propagate In peace, and crosswise.Low for about 30( seconds. Pat or roll I'm getting along in years and I rado Springs, but formerly of Make road tax dollars work forever. Keep down.
protect and encourage them in thread count may be the Into biscuits about half an inch prefer to have only what I can Hampton, visited here this week.
future taxes roads built
every way possible? Then, post reas6n for low price, short wear, thick and cut with floured biscuit take care of myself. As long as Rev. Homan Is editor of the Rocky your own by insisting; on
s' the land to protect them from and shrinkage. Proportion of cutter. Place biscuits on ungreased I can make a good'living'' by myself Mountain Excellent Strata with everlasting Limerock as the base. Limerock
and is
and, when to threads is sheet and bake in hot is the life of a good highway everlasting, resilient,
,It trespassers bunting season wrap filling equally baking I'd rather not have to de- doing fine work for the Master.
C ''t comes, sell the right to hunton Important. When fibers are balanced oven at 475 degrees Fahrenheit pend on anybody else, the way Mrs. C. L. Houser and son who indestructible.

it. -about the same number from 12 to 15 minutes. Makes a labor conditions are today." And have been visiting friends and relatives -

1' If these things are done, if more running each way, fabrics are dozen two-Inch biscuits that fairly that is exactly what he does- here will return to their THE &rt/dastinq ROAD MATERIAL

attention is paid to wildlife, there more serviceable. Slippage l Is a melt In your mouth. makes a good living on his small home In Alabama this week.

will be more of It and farmers will result of poor balance between but Intensively cultivated place The friends
many of Mrs.
') benefit in two very definite ways.If cross and length-wise fibers. CLOVER FIKLI: ) DAVIS near Graham. Taylor, who has been ill F. M.
quite for
Avoid "sized" fabrics, us the SCHEDULED FOR DUVAL
these things are not done Flor
several months are delighted r' i VV4V vl V ,.
ida as a good hunting ground will starch or other material used to ON FRIDAY, M.IRCII 31 to
Issues A Warning know that she is able to be out
be a thing of the past In the not. give them a smooth finish is removed again.
1'' distant future. by washing and they become Jacksonville, la.-To focus at- Mrs. M E. Murrhee, who also LIMEROCK ASSOCIATION rq a
? "sleazy." Do not confuse tention of dairymen and others lives near Graham, wants to warn Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Guy of s

mercerlzatlon and sizing, however, who are Interested In pastures on other rural residents against people Jacksonville spent the week-end OF FLORIDA, Inc.J
a i slow CI1HTOMIOU9. FI.OIUUAFOWHK as the former adds to attractiveness clover and Its possibilities In Florida who travel around the country, with Mr. Guy's parents :Mr. and OCALA
LIGHT CO FLORIDAFor
,fit l i Leta local tans wko ..eletedo and durability of cottons. a special Clover Day will beheld from farmhouse to farmhouse, and I Mrs. James T. Guy. ,
In obtalBlnn KlMtrla .era Color fast cottons are necessary in Duval County on Friday, claim to be eye specialists. One

,:It; vice n..o.do roar...,..110.n.......Wlrflma.Serrlc ...... to withstand our moisture and March 31, County Agent Albert of these fakers called at Mrs
0 I sunshine and one should not buy Lawton and W. T. Nettles, Extension Murrhee's recently and persuaded
1 O. J. PHILLIPS. Lawter colored fabrics that are not marked District Agent, announced her to pay a big price for a pairof

definitely as to fading by sun- today. worthless glasses. "I took him

light washing. and perspiration. Duval County dairy farmers I at his word" she says, "but I F
DRINK MORE 4> found out that you can't trust Sale
have done pioneering work with
c flwii t-- Bring your old sterilized: cotton this crop and most of the plant- everybody. Many other residentsof arDlS
+ MILK
Bradford have had lad
; rags to the Telegraph and receive( ings In this section have been suc- County
'/.ill; So a pound for them. No button cessful. Success of the Duval experiences with crooks who go
i or pants, though. around selling various articles, or
I County dairy operators dairymen In has many Influenced other claiming to be doctqra, eyf*special The Federal Land Bank is offering for quick sale, several farm

ft I HEROINE ( counties of the state to plant Ists trust etc.any The stranger best plan with Is not your to properties in Bradford County, at a real bargain and on very

clover for their herds.
.f I
When headache, dinincM, tout Dairymen of this and other money, no matter how honest he easy terms, as follows:

And Drink stomach, biliotune, saucy lack of.ppttite counties are Invited to attend the I
promptly controlled with the
and littlewnn or that tired field day, the program for which para-
; dichlorobenzene.
The Best
feeling an aMocietetl symptoms of will Include Inspection of clover The side walls of the bed consisting 40 acres, known as the Mrs. Anna Baxter Farm, located 7 miles
FROMPETERSON'S temporary cotutlpetion. HERBINEwill pastures, talks by workers of the
1 bring relief. It !. strictly: a vegetable University of Florida College of of boards, were made near- Northwest from Starke, with approximately 30 acres cleared
ly airtight. Paradlchlorobenzen
medicine free from buxih miiv, Agriculture, and discussions. The
crystals were placed on boards (fair improvements) This farm is
DAIRY rat sab. 60c a borde.CARPENTER'S program will begin at 10 o'clock suitable for strawberries,
Just above the tops of the plants,
Friday morning March 31.
DRUG STORE and other
.- ., and the beds were covered with any general crops grown in this section.
rARADICIILOROIIRNZENKSTOPS : fine woven cloth which had been

t BLUE MOLD IN wet down to make It more nearly

t'' BOREE FUNERAL HOME STATION TOBACCO BEDS air-tight. The beds were fumigated 80 acres, known as the W. D. McKinney Farm, located 5 miles

Full line of Caskets & Undertaken Supplies for three nights in succession. West from
AMBULANCE 8 K R VIO B Gainesville Fla.-Paradichloro- and the blue mold was entirely and Lawtey, with approximately 20 acres that could be

DAY AND NIQUT benzene was used In readily controlled. into
successfully easily
put
I, S8! PHONE;S controlling blue mold in tobacco cultivation. This farm has no improvements,
G. II. BENNETT, Mgr .
' "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" plant beds on the Experiment Sta- but it does have a quantity of young pine timber.
tion farm here, giving excellent MR. FARMER

control In three days.

This material was used In other There will be. tremendousdemand 50 acres, known as the Ernest M Futch Farm
old states last year, and has been recommended for Hues this year. Put located 1% miles
THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS in Florida this season your order In now with a small! Southwest from Lawtey with
approximately 18 cleared
acres ,
; will come to your home every day through for the first time. It is a fumigating deposit. One 2
material suitable for use room dwelling. (Electricity is Available
; ; THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR Our flue are welded. They ).
I after blue mold ha* appeared in
Ait International Dntly Nrmpaprr will not coma apart under the
It Moortf for ran UM_.Id'*elmi eoutruetlv..o .
uo.- not .plon crime or rnmotton: neither doe. It Ignore them than benzol, which Is Inflammable Pringle Farm, located 3 miles
t'' bra d..Ia. orracUnly with them roaturm for busy men mat all the. and which Northwest from
fame,. including the Woeklj Mal_ _110'". requires pans to hold Our Flues Don't Cat Lawtey with
1 .-.--.-..---.-- .--------.-...-----.-.-----.......------.--.. the liquid. approximately 12 acres cleared.
., The Ohrtitlan Eclcnee Publishing SocletrUna. The Any More And They AreBetter (Good Strawberry land
Experiment
Station at )
,
Narv.y B..,.&, _IOn. UuucltuMtU"
........ nur my .ubicrlptloo to The chrlMtun, Science Monitor> for Gainesville Is planting bright loaf
,f period of tobacco this and Support Your Home
1 rear (12 M 1 I month .e no I month.. /J 00 I month tl 00 year inaugurating Industry
Wetland. ; bun. Including Ua.....1... Section. ; t,..,ease s luua 35a a research program with this Look these farms over and then
if
SEEGEORGE interested write C. A.
t'' The
crop.
"-Me _______.____._______________._________________.._____ experiments are directed Wilson Salesman for ,
by W. E. Stokes, agronomist the Bank Hotel
{WARGO White House Gaines-
addrr ----- .. .. and Dr. W. B. Tlsdale ,
------
--- ------ --- plant path-
!;:Ni-Sups o.8.er.r ville Florida for
ologlst. Blue mold recently appeared LIVE OAK. FLA. price and terms.

in the beds and was .



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" ---- I r merchants on fighting might a better sales tax concentrate SUNNY BROOK FARM I HOLY WEEK i i -

HE PERISCOPE I Mr Floyd R. Crosby ('01' 1 STARTSSUNDAY

BY Florida chain stores are busy r ) p
_
Jitvcijt
[ HOWARD W HARTLEY contacting members of the Legislature -' Mm A H. Johns of Starke was l +,

Q: orrespondent Florida about a proposed bill which visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cros- I Worship services were conducted -
talf: < by Sunday. at the First Methodist Church
Service has been described as a modified
News I
Sunday morning and evening by
uJtt form of the Mrs Evelyn Crosby .
ute recovery act that fur- spent part I I
the pastor the Rev Frank Rob II
nished so much fireworks duringthe of last week In Brooker visiting I
Governor Cone Mr. and Mrs. Colonel I I inson. Special organ selectionswere
to last two sessions. Crosby.
p Worried Indepen- given in the morning by I BAPTIST METHODISTRev PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL CHRISTIANRev
*
ask Stor Is Not Dead dent merchants, better organized Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and Mrs. F. H. Long and In the even- R.,,. I.. A. Shepherd, Prank Robinson Supplied by Rev. Fred Yerke, :Jr. W. T. McGuire
; Tax than ever before, are pushing the : baby Russell and Mrs. Marcus Factor Pastor Rev. t>r. Rice and Rector Pastor
It111 Hot to Handle" ing by Mrs.! K. K. Perryman. At I A. J. Thomas. Bupt. E. !C. Perryman, Rev. Dr. Adam Sunday School Supt.MlM Sunday School ftapt
/ 00 of the tentative bud- measure and leaders believe they I Conner and Randolph Crosby spent the morning service a beautiful Sunday School Gen. Superintendentof Organic Ella J. 8a**. Mr. Ira WtlRon
pprovaJ, have excellent chance Thursday Sunday School Church School! Or-an<.tMr Sunday School
an of passing night In Jacksonville Mrs. K. M. Davis
members of the cabi- duet was sung by Mrs. A. Z. Ad- 11:45 A. !M. Church School .. Jame Carlisle 10 o'clock
"'" ct bY five would require the bill, too. Tipped as floor leader I where Russell is taking treatment kins and Mrs. E. K. Perryman.The Morning Sotrvtc 10 A. M. Church School Bupt. Service worship Service; ,
"ath..aChurcb
et which maneInrease In the upper branch is Senator from Dr. Luther Holloway. 11 A. M. Morning WomhlpService Roy Sunday School Mery: 2nd SundayIt
1tt'lOt of nearly seven I evening service was given Baptist TrainingItnlon 11 A. M. School 10 A. M. o'clock a- m.
rate Pat Wlhltaker veteran Tampa sol- Rev H. M. Tillman of Jackson- over to singing of familiar hymns 6:10: V. M.Kvenlnv F.venlnWowihlp! 11 A. M. .._ 7:10: o'clock p. m.
tax Sundays 11 A. M.
' : state otaGovernor on, who is coming back this session ville Service, Service T:30:: P. M, Morning Worship Prayer Meeting
ipent Saturday night with and to short sermon by the ____
the doorstep a pas- 7:30: P. M. YoungPeople'e 11 A. M. Friday* 7:10: P. M. Wednesday Night
n responsibility for elth- to a senate of which he is a Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby.RISING tor. Next Sunday the pastor will Prayer Meeting League MeetlnreSO Holy Day10 A. MT. 7:30: o'clock
one the I Wednesday. 7:30: P.M.
past president.Sen. : P. M.
taking personal commandf preach at the morning and even- Pianlet Prayer Meeting MIN. ALLIANCEPreeldenrt
atIt. r Legislature or Whitaker, If he leads the ing services and will be assistedby Mra. Mona Canova Wednesday 7:10 P.M.
the 1939 emitting fight for the modified i I music and Choir Director Mrs F. H. Long. MISSION IIALL GOSPEL TAB The R.". Frank:
the lawmakers to "recovery"bill Mrs. II. II. Lewis Correspondent special organ by a John H. Powell Roblneon
( the stormy legislative will give the chain stores choir anthem in the morning and Cb.lrm.n80.r Oriranlet Director and Choir Sponsor: Sponsored' by PresidentThe
Vic
ark upon of DeaconsJ. and Mr. Mr. and )f r..
Mr.
without e Instructions from plenty of trouble because the firey I Ruby Crosby recently made a in the evening the Intermediateswill .'. Klckllter Mrs. E. K. Perryman, J. T. Quigley Rev. Lell
eu or a chart: showing Hillsborough county solon is one business trip to Palatka. have charge of the service. Chairman Aeltanc. OrganistT. J. T. Quigley Evangelistic Service ShepherdSecretaryTreaaerea
ItJ captain Board T. Long Aimlmant Bible Study, each
he of Trustees each Friday evening
the shoals and reefs in the path of the best orators In Florida and Miss Vera Lee Lewis has returned They will at this time direct I. O. Powell Choir Director Tuesday evening 7:30 7:10: o'clock The Rev Fred Terke
of state. packs plenty of punch in rough meditation in prayer special .
akin nri1na urxiolr I
after a __ > a .*.*.
f thehe a-.r n pe "' ''' .
recommendations of theLet and tumble debate. j I I LaCrosse with her cousin, Mrs. 1 songs, poems, and Scripture readings Spiritual welfare and to the wel- boys brought us a splendid program ITNITKII!'. ROHTIIKII' UTATF.Krot'HT. 1U1THKT!' n''TRlrP''' lf

t commission, minus the sigiure Recovery bill opposition In all Bishop Thomas. followed by a short sermon fare of our community. Let us of music and testimony. rLORID4-N. ::18 4 (.l"l -UNITKD

''tt ot the chief executive, em- probability, will be headed by Sen. Mrs. W. A. Lewis spent last by the pastor. A cordial Invita- lay aside all other activities for There were several visitors who STATES OF AMERICA: refHIoner,

substantial Increases In apfJbprlations Spessard Holland, of Bur tow. who week at Brooker with her -, tion is extended to any and all of that week and devote ourselves came with them. Among them vii Certain Lands. lying and being
of
daughter ,
Starke County
j In the Town of
t 4 has filled this role in the 1935 and our community to come and wor- to services of the Marshall of '
the
- for several major detriments Mrs. N. Mott. wholly were a Mr. and Mrs. llradford. State of Florida etc., .t i
as well as salary boosts 1937 sessions teaming with Sen. ship with us at both these serviceson Church so that we may derive the New Jersey, Mrs. Marshall gavea .I.1 ivfenilant BiOTK'H Or' .CO-TO II,
PltOC'ICII1UI'lt
of Jacksonvillewas
officers and the gover- Phillip Beall, of Pensacola. Clyde Swilley Sunday. needed Spiritual benefit that Is brief talk. It is remarkablehow ALL KMATIO WHOM IT MAY roNOKKN.

t cabinet the commission, in the a recent guest of his grand- Monday night, W. P. Smith, needed, not only in our communitybut the belief In the return of AND TO <.> The follorl* P.rae.s.

But of many observers In Tall- Proponents of the "recovery"act father, N. T. King. Chairman of the Board of Stewards in the whole world in these the Lord Jesus Christ brightensup firm end. ul.erperatloa.Ike Ktato ..( was..'.rMi mrrrrmUrmt .

nlon made public the recom- are confident their bill will sail H. C. Hobbs made a business L. D. Vining, W. B. Sewell perilous times that we are facing. the faces and lives of those 1. M. In** been and Floyd Oren, i

ndatlons sere without any Idea that through the House by a comfortable trip to Ocala one day last week. and C. II. Naaworthy\ joined the Our future welfare as individualsand who really believe it, and who are Luther her hunhand O. Powell 8tork, Nat. Florida Kternbera-: t.

would meet with the margin but admit the senateis Mrs. Luther Harrell of Brooker pastor in the First Methodist as a Nation will depend en- dally hoping for It. and Kno W. Hayes ait Trustees. for
findings and Ae-
3&, Free
ernor's approval nor the ap- doubtful. Checking the senate recently spent a few days with Church in Jacksonville and listened tirely on our attitude our loyalty Next Friday night a regular espied Hradfnrd. Masons Lodge of No.Bradford County,

of the finance and taxation I' roll-call at present indicates the her parents Mr. and Mr. Rufua to a most interesting and Inspiring and our dependence upon the God meeting will be held In the Tabernacle Florid. Starke, Florida..: I. U A,
bval R. K. Per
Florida I
ilttees of the house and sen- bill will be defeated by a slender Crosby. address by Dr. C K. Vleit and Father of our Lord and Sav- with the local workers In ryman avln. Starke and Lots, Peek ;Perryman. hl. u'

margin of six votes. Secretary of the Commission on iour Jesus Christ. Put the Church The sixth of wife, Siarke, Florida; S. Mr.. RvaFernnnde
All the proposed budget a- Miss Lucile Crosby daughter of charge. anniversary .*. .. nuardlitn Mtarke.Florida n..'
|unts to. therefore, is simply an Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Crosby, has Benevolences from Nashville This first; give yourself to the Lord; the :Mission Hall will be observedon : I. K.V.: Ilaye. a. Tarn
list of what the cabinet Rejection of the proposed trans- attack of was a District wide meeting in help maintain Christian principals April 4, All of the friends of Collector of Bradford County
iced been suffering with an John
Btarke, Florida! 7. Carl'
action tax members of which laymen from all over the In the life of our Nation. Stark..a
levee the state governmentuld by the appendicitis. this work are urged to hold that Tax Collector of the City of

receive if the present setup Florida State Chamber of Commerce -I district attended. -+ date open as a special programwill Starke, Florida; .. The flank ot
I
Starke. Starke, Florida and all person. -
maintained. does not mean the death of: Next Wednesday night membersof MISSION IIALL ANDTABEItNACLE be planned for that night to Interested In or having lien

the measure, in this writer's opin I BROOKER the Church School Class, taughtby celebrate the event. upon or claiming any interest or
Nevertheless, the budget report lien of whatsoever. nature In or upon
ion. The referendum was an endorsement Mrs. L. L. Parker correspondent Mr. Sewell, with Mr. Vinlng.president ----- the following described real estate P
put the governor in an ex- of President Harold will bave charge of the The Rev. Thomas McDonald, BETHEL In the County of Hrmtford.State ;
kdingly tight spot because the of Florida: to-wlti" Lying and
General of the ii
Ladles Meet Secretary European
Colee-and
nothing else. Wednesday evening prayer meet 'I 'In the Town. of Starke. County -
his failure ton IJ'tIt. Susie executive, by I
Set Dut the state The Ladies Aid met at the homeof ing service. Thin will be anotherof Christian Mission was guest of Hrndfnrd, State of Florida beginning -
| the recommendations muster budget commiasion's T. Tuesday, speaker at the regular Tuesday I ..l point belnthe. Intersection -
Mrs. R. Hargraves I y
the series of services that have aide. of Houth '
.
report supplies the best ans- Mrs. Elbert Bowers has been ot the easterly
submit a minority report to March 14. The speakers of the been conducted during the Lenten night meeting at the Mission Hall. i Court Street. with the southerlyHide h4ti'
wer to whether the sales tax has
Riverside
carried to the Hospital
the law- Street running
or give of Went fall ;
legislature Dr. and Mrs. Cum- There was an appreciative audience -
concise of hisn been laid away in mothballs. If evening were season by laymen and laywomenof In Jacksonville for an operation.We thence South 71 decree 30 minute
kers a summary mings. They are missionariesfrom the Church built around the present to hear him. Mr. Kant alone the southerly elite ofWest
matters the Legislature does not approvean wish for her a speedy recov- Street distance. of 101 yk
budgetary Call
views
on a
McDonald exhibited some
Burma India. They told us pictures
"Life of Christ. This week the "
increase of almost seven millsIn feet. to a point: them Mouth It degreen > }
i his message. many Interesting things about worship will be built around the that were taken In many of the ery.Tom 30 minute West. a distanceof r
I II the state tax rate then
jln brief the budget commissions new their work there and had cos- subject "Jesus the Master of European countries that are now Lee has returned to his 100 feet lo a point; thence North. ''
revenue must be found somewhere.So 73 degree ill) minute West a distance 9p!
i finished its job and has said how tumes showing us how the natives Life. Everyone is invited to attend looming large on the news front. home here after a lengthy vacation of It feet to a. point: thence

the governor: "Here are our can any reasonable person dress. Refreshments of cookies these interesting and worth- The picture tour Included London, In Miami. South K degrees SO minute West
believe that the sales tax Is a dead distance of 20 feet. In a point)
*
fcws What are yours?" issue? and lemonade were served the while Wednesday evening servicesof Paris, Vienna Ks! them la, Lithuania Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Donnaly of thence North 73 decree SO minutes (t i lu
Poland, Hungary, and Czecho Klngsley Lake were visiting Mr. West a distance of 90 feet to a point y
Hence the Legislature has every guests. worship. '
In the eHuterly old uf South Court ,
Eht to expect the governor, since There won't be any changes The next meeting will be at the Sunday April 2, begins Holy : slovakia. and Mrs. K. Glisnon Sunday. streets) thence. North It decree. >. ;4
made in the present gasoline tax The Rev. W. E. Wall of Green minute Knit alone the easterly. side
Week. service will be One cannot but be -
Special help Impressed
I apparently does not agree with home of Mrs. Iva Douglas next nf South Court Street a distance of
i budget commission, to provide allocation. Insofar as the distribu- Tuesday, March 28 at 3 o'clock.All observed in the church on that day by the appalling needs. of the Cove Springs was a dinner. guest 120 feet to the point or place of he- ,
tion to the counties concerned. of John Dowers Sunday.DOUIILE ginning: together. with the Improvement ,
and on the following week days Gospel In lands that were the first
[{definite recommendation of his Best evidence of this found In members are asked to be present ., thereon. WflKKKFOUK. :. m.
and this writer believes such I was We are going to make quilt prior to Easter Sunday. Services to hear the good newa. What a -- -+ petition. has been filed on the ITt h i
comment of a legislator at the RUN lay of February, A. I). 1939, In the
difference would '
will be conducted each evening it have made If
recommendation will be containIn squares. United. Stale IHstrlrt Court for the y'
In Ft.
the message, contrary to road department conference Vera of Camp Sunday through Friday at 7:30: the Christianity of Europe had remained 111'V.. A. Tyler, ( Ol'. Southern District of Florida, by the hIlnttrd
Lauderdale. Asked if the confer- Miss Gatney titans! of America", against
will be of the Instead of
o'clock and
er observers who insist that the a part pure having -- a4person V
of Roosevelt spent part of last week the above described property
|veraor will give the Legisla- ence would take up a reshuffle year's program and activity that been corrupted by false occlcHiasts. Leon Coleman of Lawtey wee *, firm and corporation.,
of her parents
e only sketchy outline the gas tax, the solon replied that here as the guest has been sponsored by the mem- There have been forms of visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. praying for the condemnation uponproper
a She said
upon Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gainey. compensation of property -
hot to
filch to frame a new financial the subject" was "too accompanied on this visit by bers of the Starke Ministerial Alliance religion Improperly called Christ- nnd Mrs. Bilge Coleman Sunday. Now therefore, all personsinterested ,
was
handle. Each night a different ianity In Europe for 1800 years. Lewis Uroskey of Hilliard wasa In or having.. lien upon
,
ogram.ose Miss Bessie Lee Richards of I the said property, or ,c Inttnlnjr any
Beyond a possible earmarking of member of the Alliance will speak But they have been but a refined recent guest of his uncle and right title nr Interest therein are

perusal of the budget com- of one penny of gas tax now goingto Malone Roosevelt.who Is also These a resident girls are and will center his thoughts a- I form of Paganism Idolatry, displayed aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Manning. the hereby said notified United.. States to be District and appear Court l In h

report, however, reveals the State Road Department to Camp at round the life and activity on the In the veneration of images Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Moore and for the Southern District. of Florida.
jfsslon's Course
guarantee the state's share of a taking a Home Making Jacksonville Florida on the 6th "
of of and other Incona Sun- ut
day the the saints
( corresponding earthlylife Billy were guests
number of \ young son
Interesting: facts. and report that they enjoy day of Aprli, A. I). lt 3n. to showwhat P
the report cleared all doubts gigantic highway building pro I Camp of our Lord. Elaborate plansare have dominated the worship of day of Mr. and Mrs T Moore of Interest U..n. right or title
Jm
gram the gas tax setup' will not the work fine being made for these services these peoples Hellbronn Springs they or any of them have In and to
lout the state deficit. There is a to know 1 the above described property, and a
ortnge and be disturbed. Friends will be glad as well as for the observance of T.\IIEItN.\CI.r. Spencer Crawford of Hellbronn to show cause, If any I hey or any
a whopping big one.
---+---- that Mrs George Hazen, who is of them have, why. said. propertyshould
all the Good Friday and Easter Sunday, Last Friday night the Rev. PatWirnber'ly Springs visited Albert Brown here
debate between State not, lie taken by the United utHlates
mptroller J. M. Lee and Stateusurer BOATDRAIN ill at her home here Is Improv full details of which will appear of Jacksonville who Sunday. of Amerliu" for thn use and

W V. Knott simmers I I Mrs. Z. Z. GrlffU, Cor. ing. later. The members of all the was originally scheduled to speak Kllge Coleman and Misses Ethel on purposes penalty set of forth helnbarred In said petition of all

j>wn to a question of simple arith- Mrs. Dulah Baxter of Baldwin Churches In Starke, as well as was not able to come with his Mile and Evelyn Coleman attended I claim and Interest In and to said '

Betic. Mrs. Maggie Green has returned spent the week-end with her mother others are earnestly Invited to group because of a death In the church Sunday at Union. property. Dated this Seth day of
.
I regardless of "earmarkednds' February, A. I H 193 KIIWIN R.
, | and other fol-de-rol. home after spending three weeksIn Mrs. R P Lewis. make their plans now to attend church of which he In pastor Mr. Raymond Russell of Milliard was WIIMAMH. Clerk, United flute

Raiford with her sister Mrs Brooker's Busy Bees met at each service In Holy Week and to Geo. F (Pop) Tlbbltts was culled the guest Sunday of Mr and Mrs.J. I District/ Court for the Southern ills..
j All the Legislature Is interestedIs trlut of Florida. Uy |sj' U (lllsna
; E P. Johnson and other relatives. the home of Effle Hargraves last thus contribute to their own to take his place He and his I. Manning House, liepuly Clerk (Court Meul.

exactly how much money Mrs. Ida Chase of Sandy Lane with all members and the

lust be provided to meet unpaid spent the week-end with Mrs. Z. I Friday Jeanette McGauley L lIf 'S2"l": r.-J'j\: !\_ ..]'-y in' 1 f ... tm I uhlln. U:1.IIIII: 1
jlto and get the state out of the president ,
Z. Griffis. members were
Four new
d 1 present.
and the
budget commission

brt has answered the question re- Mrs.of Bethel Wadie were Bryant visiting and children Mrs. I added! to will the be club.at the The home next of

yond any further argument. I Katie Griffis Saturday.Mrs. Miss meeting Martha Evelyn Markey Friday -' LET The qfrlowpriced
] Hence this $2.000,000 deficit C H EVRO I
'

Ibulation lust be placed compiled at the by finance top of any and of afternoon Jacksonville. Dan with Boree Mrs.spent and Boree's son Saturday, Dyal bro-I afternoon-----at-LEVEL+o'clock.-- car combining


Ixatlon committees and this fact PINE

Bone makes It difficult to believe ther, C. A. Griffis. Mrs. II. M. McKue, CorrespondentEld. '
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffis of Clay

flat>y present the Legislature will repeal County were dinner guests Sun- W. E. Hall of Green Cove 1\11 Thats Best Lowes Cost"
[ of at.
's la i replacement sources money revenue is in sight.un- day. of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Pre- ment Springs at filled Pine Level his regular this weekend.His appoint-.

would Indicate that the Junk- vatt.C. A. Griffis and Z. Z. Griffis many friends were glad to see

tS of the gross receipts tax Is by were In Gainesville Monday on him able to be out again.
means certain and that the I'I /!
business. Starling and daughter. wEgjy F '
Mrs. n J. N FIt '
Marvin Alford of Hastings was bedside +
I Verllee. visited the Out-Accelerates All OtherLowPriced
i visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Grif I of Mrs. T. M. Williams Monday ssF fY
BUSINESS
I fis Sunday. Nw ,
i i night

DIRECTORYThe I I Mr. and Mrs J. D. Dobbs and Cars

I. !1 children of Lake City were visit-

ling| Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae
i R

\t\J $gE c.. I Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Starlingare --

at .
relatives Je8up.i
visiting
i
drink abt, ,,,, Ktf

r that : 1l\ .. i i I I Georgia Mrs.Mrs.J.Eston C Sapp Brown and and i little daughter.son I r w Alrhysl stiiheyM i iy


everybodyknows I Bobble all of Sampson City were

I visiting Mr and Mrs. J. L. Underhill r
tr ,
qj'11I
!. J i Thursday afternoon.

Those who were visiting Mr.

5; I and Mrs. H. M. McRae Sunday

;: were Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby

I children. Mr. and Mrs. H. II. E d
and )
|of A.'COLA BOT. CO. Lewis. and Marion Hennet, all of It's faster on the getaway! O" a
Eld. H. M. Till-
section.
: the Rising
WE ARE 1 I man of Jacksonville and Eld. WE It's more powerful on the hills! f '

TIME: SAVERS Hall of Green Cove Springs. "'
PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS 1
MONEV SAVERSEery i J. J. Brown of Sampson City Is It's the liveliest most spirited, most flexible of all low-priced ''

Business Needs. Them spending a few days here with his cars-thereby contributing to safety also the most economical "' a 1'

CARPENTER'SThe I son.In-law and daughter, Mr. and car to buy operate and maintain.See .
FROMBradford Goodge
BUY
Jack
Mrs.

Rexall StorePLUMBING Mrs. Alice Oliver returned home It, drive It, at your Chevrolet dealer's today I N': ER tffrr"
I few
days
County Sunday after spending a

Prompt Service at Telegraph I with relatives in Jacksonville Don't be satisfied with anything but the best: -BUY A CHEVROLET RATURES It ,

Reasonable Prices Curd of Thanks 5 1I11c 6ility

Let Me Estimate Your Job STARK FLORIDA W wish to extend our heart- -vir.11 J f ,, ,,,
*.H""" _* VLU* AIIA..
who kindly
C. M. RITCH felt thanks to those so '-fItJd

I assisted us in our recent bereavement SEE YOUR LOCAL CHEVROLET DEALER

I ; also for the flowers that

FUNERAL DIRECTOR j i were brought.

I Dfy Many Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Bender I Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae. TORODE CHEVROLET CO.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELJEGRAPn. STARKB, FLORIDA FRIDAY, M.\Rclh.
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unpaid taxes for the yean fle> -
represent Acre" .
7. .j ;
182!) to 1939, both Inclusive, amount- 22 E. i Acre.. r ,
I Bradford County Telegraph I FLORIDA HIGHLIGHTS By Kenneth Freidman l Inll' to U 18.02. .. The tax..* to bt ..
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ALSO: E\ of NE' of SEIi S..e. 2 by rertiflcae N a1'' *'. .
, Established 1877 11 Tp. 6 S.U. 22 E., 20 Acres. of 1928 and 19! i: .>' II"a*
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sold evidenced repreHj-nt unpaid '1 "
The taxes to be are 'U '.
Class br certificate No. S82 and 928 years 1927 to lilt, "> I Ieamounting *
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second / of 1930 and 1933 respectively and to .U Sk "I" ',.e

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. DEATH K n" represent to unpaid 1939. taxes both Inclusive for the of ALSO 8WV'\ : &Com Run ai vi:,
: s i' 'II
des amounting .. .. '
IUARRANT'u tr to "11.41. d or; pH N to N lln' .fh11141".

L.-Matthews\ _________ ._ _= ____ =___Editor and OwnerSUBSCRIPTION ? ALSO: W 4 of NWW Sec. 13 Tp. of Arren.SWy Thence E e, B.II..
FOil JURY See.
IA .
Nf 33 ,.
.. --_.- ---- 1'a s 6 S. R. 22 K., 80 Acres.The Acre*. TD RBI,::[\
!
-- FOBEMAfif taxes to be sold are evidencedby
RATE certificate NOH. 251 and 943 of The taxes'to bE!
1929 and 1933 respectively and represent .d by certificate| | Not?olll. h
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance unpaid taxes for the year of 1928 and 1913 reepectivt'j'171 ,
1928 to 1D39 both Inclusive amounting represent unpaid .
5, Advertising Rates on ApplicationOUR to $161.04. ing7to $$26.d2both l IncluslvglWof8Wy&3A :::
f ,1I ALSO: SW'4 of NWM x. 5 Acres
In SB Cor & 2 A. In SW Cor. Sec 11 : .
FARMERS MUST BE, AND ARE, COURAGEOUS"I Tp. 6 S. K. 22 E., 33 Acres InN'W' WIo hK

wouldn't have the courage to be a farmer. I wouldn't The certificate taxes. to NOH.be sold 394 are, 961 evidencedby and 312 5 of Acres NWVi, Rec 8 Tp s"orot I\\. A

I' have the will to on after plantingnew crops, of 1930, 1933 and 1934 respectively The taxes to be Sold' .
year
go year an drepresent unpaid taxes for the ed by certificate No, .art: N.

nursing them to maturity, only to see them wiped out by I amounting years 1929 to to $75 1939.62. both Inclusive of represent 1902 and unpaid 1933 rBn Vt'w,'":''

" some unfortunate combination of weather conditions. I $ + ALSO: SWft\ of SWW Sec. 20 Tp. yearn 1901 to 1931| !, rnx.qtl,, '*
6 8. K. 22 K., 40 Acres amounting; to $63.67 '*
would simply give up. How can they have nerve enough to The taxes' to be Hold are evidenced ALsO: NWVi of SPI
by certificate NOH. 293 and 980 of 7 8.: n. 22 E. 40 A-r, *"( '
go on?" ? 1W 1931 and 1933 renpectlvely, and represent The taxes to b. ,
P ? unpaid taxes for the year. by certificate No" |" ..., J1'ldo-
Ii How often have you heard this remark in the past few 1930 to 193'J both Inclusive, amount- I 1931 and 1933 reV-pe.- ?*'f0iV""I"
ing to $76.81 I resent ."..
unpaid ,. ?
taxes
weeks ? It is repeated so often that it is fast becoming trite, ALSO: 2' Acres In SR Cor. of 1930 to 1939, both In. .,," '"he.
SWy4'! of NWV4 being 364 ft. N & lug to $87.17.ALSO la.
and the sad part about it is that it is probably true. Many ''R by 211 ft H & W Sec. 21 Tp. 6 : NWlu\< or .
1'1\\h;
I'' into the farmer's shoes would probably S. H. 22 E., 3 Acres. NVuHI of SWy4 of 1411% ,, St
of us, if we had to step The taxes to be soUl are eveldenced It. 22 10., 30 Aer-t '"'

1' give up with the first defeat and seek easier employment and by represent certificate unpaid No. taxes 325 of for 1934 the. The taxed to bi tiifi ",tat..

years 1983 to 1939. both Inclusive. ed by certificate \, "?" |
elsewhere. amounting to 1697. i of 1932 and 193S '"Ireprenent
after 2% Acres belna495 ft K & W bv i II' IV,,' f
of the and wailing our unpaid ,
weeping
Ninety percent i tax
'
220 ft Wide lying along S & E yearn 1931 to 1039 I
fateful February freeze has come from town residents. Of lines & being In SVO of Illk 2 H of Ing to $81.68 to"Im( "*" J
H 2 E., In Temples Sub-Dlv., Sec. 21
; the trade of the 4 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 K., 3 Acres. ALSO- SEVi of SW <, *'*1
of these dependent
8.
I course, many are upon rArNOUIGH The taxes to be sold are evldenc- It. 22 E.. 40 AcrerThe
f
+ but after the failure of a cannotbe His ONLY by certificate Nos. 381 and 1016 taxes to be told jf,
farmer .all success or crop
I FLORIDA of 1932 and 1933 respectively and ed by certificate nl,
such a life and death matter to them as it is to the CQ/Mf 4UAS Cf/N6 rNEFORFMAN represent unpaid taxes. for the of 1930 and 1933 iiipeimS.
lEMON years 1931 to 1939, both Inclusive represent unpaid laxer ? 1
",, farmer himself.:! Ofcottrcrio JUtQI' i W/CN amounting. 2528. yearn 1929 to 1939.: hotl' 140 AI.
A NF6RO IORAUGWM YIElDS MOfff ,. ALSO: 8>v of SIC"4 of 8WVJ\ Ex. 6 amounting: to $54.02certificate |
We aren't saying the farmer won't admit conditions Acres In SW Cor. Sec. 22 Tp. 6 S. R. Said tax '
NOAH y. rlGHMAN.fAlATKA v2OM/NENr 22 E., 14 Acres all subsequent mitted lh8
R are bad, if you pin him right down to it, but he says it with CMXMMAV MAS AWW0TO JP JVICE/ The txes to be sold are evidenced taxen will be old, t tli m. b L
by certificate No. 338 of 19.14 bidder at the Court H0u"
smile and hurries to plant another with which and represent unpaid taxes for the Starke da.
crop
a away f/ND H/MSELP JEVrfNCCD 7PI on the 7th, dal) rf, ;,
,
yean 1933 to 1939 both inclusive
t U:19.: at 11:00 o'clock\
he hopes to recoup his losses. He hasn't time to sit around M4IV6ED (iW wise,) /NF rAD7w FIRR/W UMtJN.P'WIflVP 11Y'TN4gWAN amounting ALSO: SVV'M to $31.83.of SE', lens 2 Acresn Dated, thin 18th.. dufOFFICIAL \AM,tty4.,

t and moan. He hasn't time to be worried. He knows only *MiN 7WFff 7 I Mff 9 60 J NtJN IUItN INI NW for. & :.1 t Acres" In NE Cor. D. 19at.!
0 'DS 71t'tCG AS :Sec.; 21 Tp 6. 8. It!, 22 i K., 35 Acres REAL) \1\.
one thing: to plant, and work, and hope again, and perhaps N/gl' p ATN ifhR X 41t S i N# N"A The taxes to be Mold are evidenced Clerk County.of Florida circuit 'DM .Brat
cAI Nr / / by certificate No. .151 of 1934 h.i ,
; M's zv
this time, who knows? maybe he'll get the "breaks. 0wr and represent unpaid taxes f/ir the
tvw-s Tfe2c. i years 1933 to It:19, both Inclusive,
OF COURSE, it takes courageous men to be farmers, amounting to $54.14. __.---- -
NOTIf'H, OF \I.F. or TAX and represent unpaid taxes for the of Bradford" State of 'IOI'lda, tow I ALHOKifc" of Rti of REVJ of SWWSec. \
and we admire them for it. Doubtless the rest of us would CERTIFICATES years 1932 to 1939: both Inclusive lt ; 27 Tp, 6 8. II. 22 E., 10 Acres I FOR.ALI4 I
in businesses if we'd tackle Notice la herebylv..n that W H. amounting to 1846. NK',4'! of NEV See 24 Tp. 6 S. It. The taxes. to be sold are evidenced FORMS
lr1 meet with more success our own Edwards Jr., has filed with me ALSO: NVi of 8i3M of NWVi of 21 a.I, 40 Acres by certificate No. 440 of 1930 I

., them i in the same spirit with which the farmer tackles his. written* request together that will the all tax eubneqtient certificate NWJ4 Acres Sec 26 Tp. 8 S. R. 22 K., 6 Th..tax.'to be sold are evidenced sad years represent,1929 to unnald 1939 both taxes Inclusive for the
certificate
by No. 169 of 1930
omitted or levied taxes held The taxes 'to be sold are evidenced and represent unpaid, taxes for the umountlnK to .17.13.: INSURANCEPLEASE
-- by the state be advertised and Hold ALSO: Lots 1, 2, 15, 16 lens E 20
3 certificate NOH. 606 and 1647 1929 : both
by yearn to 19.19 Inclusive,
.I BIG COUNTIES GETTING GREEDY AGAIN to the hlgheftt bidder for ca .h a.provld..d of 1932 and 1933 respectively andrepresent amounting to $7428 UK'lenn ft & !,4 Acie In NB Cor of SEV 4 of
, E 20 ft In
by Chapter 18298 of the unpaid taxes for the ALSO W< of of Starke Sec IlJ
: 6 8WW NE14 Sec.
Y The big counties are at it again-wanting the lion's the 19:17: following acts of the described Legislature real estate upon yearn 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive. 11 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E.. 20 Acres.. 29 The Tp.taxes 6 S. R.to 22 be E.Hold are evidenced I PHONE
to $25.74. The taxew he
amounting to sold evidenced
In the County of Bradford State of are by'erUII..at... No". 263 and 1267 of
share of the race track tax money instead of having it divided Said tax certificates together by certificate No. 922 of 1933 1928 and 1933
Florida to'wlt: respectively and represent I HAROLD C.WJIAgency
with all subsequent omitted or and represent unpaid taxes for the ,
equally among the sixty-seven counties as is now the BK
'case.: A suit has been started which will tie up the remaining 22 The E.. 40 taxes Acres.to be Bold are evidenced highest In Stark bidder at on ,the lh r7th.Courthousedoor ..day of amounting ALSO: Wty of 2395.Ely of NE14 A EU : ALSO to :$45.28.HCK 674 ft E of SW 'or of II
by certificate No. Ul of 1831. April 1939 at7 1 :Wctack A. !M. of NWM\ of NEk! Sec 11 Tp. 6 S. It! NW of
; third of the season's revenue until the Legislature meets, and represent unpaid taxes for theyears Dated this\ the 16 U>' day of MarchA. ti 9:., 60 Acrea. 'grees% E 1B7 SVV14/ ft, Thence thence N.N 17 72%W. degrees de- Agcy. Est. Over 50 YProperty
1930 to 1939 both Inclusive I>. 193t. Lr-iri.: The taxes to be Hold are evidenced .
when the big counties will doubtless make an attempt to have amounting to UO.88. (OFFICIAL. BEAKA., : J. Thomas- by certificate Nos. 881 and 295 thence W a:661 parallel ft to Ry with right of Way
Ry 145 ft
ALSO: NWV4 of NEW Bee. 34 Tp. Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford of 1930 and 1934 respectively, and
thence S to
:
the law changed. 4 8. It. 22 E., 40 AcreH.The County Florida. 2-24 It 4-7 71'4 degrees E.. B61 ft
taxen. to be Mold are evldence41 ------- --
1'k Any tampering with the race track funds seriously 1 by certificate No. 251 of 1930, ---- ----

handicaps Bradford County. We receive annually more than and yearn represent 1929 to unpaid 1939 both taxes Inelu..lve.ILmounllnll" for the, NOTICE CRKTIVICATKH OF HALE OK TAX
Notice U hereby given that L. C.
f $20,000 from this source and county officials would not ALSO Lot; to 57$111.71 In Wood lawn Sec. Powell, has filed with me written I
13 ) 6 H. H. 22 E., 10 Acres. request that the tax; certificates to.
know where to make up the deficit if any part of this is The Tp. taxes to be Hold are evidenced gather with all subsequent omittedor ,
I by certificate NOfI. 117 and 088! levied taxes held by the State
i taken away. of 1928 and 1933 respectively, and be advertised and sold. to the highest Owners
%...
bidder for cash .provided by
However, small counties if they all stick together, have j I yeaml927 represent (unpaid to 199. taxes both. Inclusive for the Chapter 182 < of the 1931 acts of
the Legislature, upon the following
a weapon with which they can thwart any proposed change amounting ALSO: Lot to $45.90.19 In Wondlawn See described real estate In the County

13 Tp. 6 H. It :22: E.. 10 Acres.
in the distribution of track They have only '
{ race revenue. The taxes to be Mold are evidenced IF OWN
; !qH TAKE
4( to threaten to repeal racing entirely and the big counties will of 1928 hv certificate and 19.13: respectively NOK. I 100) and, and 6lfl! ; A NOTICEThe

be glad to let the distribution remain just as it is. represent unpaid ,taxes for the
1q'' yea's 1927 to 19.19: buth inclusive,
o umiiunllnic to $4591
IIh'i1ib ALSO: Lot 14 In Wiiiidlnwn Sec
TilE COURTS CONVICT A WOODS BURNER 14 Tp. ft 8. H. 22 h:., '10 Acres. Time Is
The) taxes to.l. Hold are evidenced Rapidly Approaching.
dt1 The United States Forestry service in Baker County has hy cerllflfiite Nus. 103 und 600 .
of l')2X!) and 1933 respectively and .
,: ;, secured the conviction and a six-months jail sentence for a represent, unpaid taxes for the when
yearn 1927 to 1939 both inclusive, you can no longer take advantag of the Murphy Act
man accused of deliberately setting a woods fire near a U. iliiiountlMK to 4699.
S'I ALSO' Lot 44 Hunt I...wl..y Sec. and save your property from reverting in fee simple to the
a forest. This incident represents what is perhaps the 2.1: 24, 25. 26 '}'p5 S. U. 23 E
Trustees
The taxes to .lie Mold are evidenced .. of the Internal Improvement Fund of the State of
of an era. Thirty years ago setting the woods on fire was by certificate No,. 124 and 734 Florida.
of 1928 and 193.1 respectively and The law plainly says that no court in this State,
looked upon almost as an inalienable right of everyone-particularly represent unpaid taxes for the either
yearn 1927 to 191!). both Inclusive Federal or State, shall have jurisdiction to entertainany
the cattleman.But amounting; to $38.99.
ALSO: NIOVi of NE'4' of NRV4 Sec. suit brough by a former owner of said land or anyone
times are gradually changing and the working of 24 Tp, 1H.. It. 23 E.10 Acres YOU 4H
The taxes to be Mold are evidenced claiming by, through or under him for the of questioning -
AtiL.tIMR1GHLNpiut purpose
1 economic laws are more certain and un-repealable than political by -certificate No. 131 and 763
nf 1928 and ISt.lJ: respectively and or in any way litigating or contesting the title of
laws. Thirty years ago pine trees were looked upon as represent unpaid taxes for the the State
years 19J7: to 19:It. both Inclusive of Florida, or its grantee to said land. This means
being practically valueless-they were endless. But today, i amounting- $45.9t.
ftt ALSO or of of exactly what it says. If all
svvi/i not
NVi HKVJ
: \ bit outstanding certificates are
with the arrival in the South of giant paper mills with an : NIC'I. Sec 26 Tp. 5 H. II. 22 1C., 6 cleared
prior to expiration of the law will
endless appetite for wood pulp, the pine tree has taken on Acres The taxes, to lie sold are evldenc forfeit June 9th, you
I all rights in title to the land.
ed liv certificate Nns. lift: and 803
new importance. It is looked upon as a crop and those who of 1928 and 1933 respectively, and

,! have the welfare of the South at heart are preaching forest represent.. .1927: unpaid to 1939, taxes both. Inclusive for theyearn t

conservation and making long term plans to provide that ammintlna ALSO: W to>.{i $46.31.of BKV; nf NEW\ of Immediate Passage of Title Suggested.
.HWV Her.. 26 Tp. ft 8.: U. 22 E., SAcreH. NEW
le- .
our beautiful and valuable timber lands be not entirely ( .

cs The) taxes to be Mold are evidenced -
nuded. by certificate" N",". 141 and 2(6of PATHFINDER Many prominent attorneys of the state say that title will
i ; These the circumstances that make it 1928 and 1934 respectively\ and
,4 are possible today represent unpaid taxes for the pass to the State immediately following expiration of the
to convict for burning woods that is not yearn 1937 to I9.1t both Inclusive The batt tiro Goody.ar law
a man on property to and no additional time
amounting 2570. to redeem can be granted. If
.
1 his own. We are living in a changing world. We must learn' ALSO: NWVI\ of 8WV, Sec. 11 Tp. v r made -at that their
68\ It. 21 E., 40 Acres. LOW P2ICESI opinion is correct you will not be able] to redeem certificates -
to change with it, and above all to respect the rights of The taxes to be sold are evidenced under
1 certificate No. circumstances
liv US and 139 any after June 9th, 1939.
others. of 1931 and 1934 respectively ...ndr..pr..nt
unpaid taxes, for the $L48
vearn 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive $64 '
0- amounting to $84.18. 4.40-e1| '
TilE END OF A REPUBLIC ALSO: NE'4 of NKV. Nee 15 Tp. 4...-II .DI- It Quick Action Necessary and Advisable.
8 1'1. It. 21 K. 40 Acres
The Declaration of Independence of various groups of The taxes to be Hold are evidenced .
: by certificate Nos. 13} and ISO
people in Central Europe was made Washington during ,.1 1931 and unpaid 1934 respectively taxes for. andtepresent the $7.2.: $1) 32 Why take a chance and delay your application any longer'

the closing days of the World War. Thomas G. Masaryk amounting yearn 1930 to to$106.11.1939 both Inclusive 7 6.00-II The legislature will convene April 4, 1939, and has the

worked with a group of Woodrow Wilson's international ALSO: Lot 14 A Lot 26 A. Town authority to order all redemptions under the law stopped.
of Lawtey K of Ity. Seen.: 23, 24, 36. NX (' IrnhKUt ynr old tin)
;), advisors in planning to establish an American style of Republic 26 Tp. 58. K. 22 h;:., a S.. Hi deep ...-ihtd ccattr \, leaving you without an opportunity to save under the
The taxes to be sold
? ''b and their efforts were so successful that the Paris of. by 1932 certificate and 1935 No.respectively 245 are evidenced and and 255 .black.11 d.ppl"9-lta for q lckr rugged, ttartlag tide measure. Many property owners have already taken advantage

t Peace Conference confirmed the idea. represent. unpaid taxes for the blocks- Iti wide flat tr.ad- of the act and saved money. You include your
yearn 1931 to I'H both Inclusive Its special riding rlbi_ lfi can
Yi The Czechoslovakia Republic was successful. It appeared amounting to ISO.02. .0114.... tide-wall! 1939 taxes in your settlement.

; to justify all the efforts that had been put back of the 311 ALSO'Tp, 5: 1'1\\4'S. U of 22 NK E., *'10 of Acres SEVi Sec. Y.i, sir- a strong to.I)..
The lairs to be sold ore evldenc.ed "/"..-.0'" tlrc-alwayt ready
I new government by the Allies. A conglomeration of oppressed by certificate Non. 171 and 271 far ..,"1(1). New yours al-
of 1932 and 1915/ respectively. and ... Property Should Be Checked.
ab people flocked to the standard of the new Republic and represent unpaid taxes for the t ot "OIVE-AWAY" prlco.
Mar* tlr. fo, let* .
years 19.11 to 1919. both Inclusive money
{ gave it their sympathetic support. Secretary of State Lansing amounting- $2<> 34

declared the position of the United States to be that "all 1.80: Sit, of NWV, of NEW Sec. NIW LOW KKSS Magi Many Bradford county landowners have found old and for-
1 20 Tp. 6 8.: K 22 K., %0 Acren A NIW HIGH IN YAWl

'i; branches of the Slav race shall be completely free from ed. The hy taxes certificate to lie No.sold 974 are of evirl-nn.HIS "LIFETIME I gotten certificates!' outstanding when a check of the recordswas

i !; German and Austrian rule." Thus Czechoslovakia became a and yearn represent 1932! to unpaid 11\39., both taxes Inclusive for the GUARANTEE"i j jI made. Had this check not been made they would have

Republic, but its history was brief. amounting ALSO: SW14 to $43.78 of 8K, Sec 21 Tp jI I faced loss of their property through no fault of their own.

The bitter story is of recent date, and it is a story that 68 as knights It. :22 K..Suh.t 40 Acres iv., Storks Also known 1 to I I Have your property checked now. There Is no charge in.volved. '

''i is shameful even in the records of Europe. The Hitler bluff 21 fr-i-i"1.: Inclusive I except lot Blk 3 Illk" 8ecThe I A. COOD 1 I I EAR I : Clerk A. J. Thomas and his staff of assistants havecompiled

was accepted by the Munich Conference to "save a world ; taxes,S:.It.to s.v10!be sold are evldenc.ed a complete tax record of the county and will be

y" war." That it saved nothing at all was evidenced last week by certificate. No. l 193 of 1928. glad to render this service.
and represent unpaid taxes for the IOWCOJT.;? /HIGHYALUE I
as Hitler continued his march of aggression toward the East. years. 192& to I'm both Inclusive.
amounting $731 HO. i
l The American-made Republic couldn't live through the ..H..snIF.4: of SWV 8c 9 TP- 7 t.v. .f Mo *to *| ,ke .eee>eor 0''.......
S. It. 22 1';., 40 Acres
f; European storm. So, about all that is left to be done is to The taxes to be nold are evidenc

spread flowers over its grave and ask God to bless and protect and ed bv represent certificate unpaid N.I taxes 407 of for IUI.the Register Motor Co. See Your Clerk
rears .1930 to 1939. both Now
'I' Inclusive,
those people who have lost, for themselves and posterity, amounting- $6359! ROAD SERVICE

+ ,I the blessings of "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness," NSViSSeS25 Aeres,. : "f Tp.NI'J'4 8'8.of II :NWM 22 E., "I' Telephone 103

and to thank God that we have been able to retain ou The sold are evldenc.ed .

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