Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 23, 1936
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:02564
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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FROM 1 WELFARETwentyeitiht !| CALLAWAYI What does a man think aboutin Mrs Palmer. BRING OUT VOTE Announcement was made this I SATURDAY

the brief hours Just before he is I pray that God wUl forgive the week of the purchase of Mitchell's

-- I II going to die! ? one who spoke these evil words to Drug Store by D Powell Carpenter -\

Have i A Few Tell Him They Perhaps you, like many others. her against me, I do not know Amendment )Will Give who for the past twentythreeyears hleiadricks1tnd Green
I have wondered what passes whether I killed Mr. Palmer or not. has been employed as druggist j

Been Approved In I\ Are Going to Vote through the mind of a condemned I but these are the words that Grank Florida Pou'er To by the bunlnesx Purchase of To lie MainSpeakers

Bradford i\ RepublicanENDORSES man, doomed to sit In the electric -' Moulton told me "Red you shot the property was made from the \
Donate Funds estate of J. M. Mitchell who diedas
this and he Is '
chair and pay with his life for man. dead: I said I
I some crime committed "No I did not shoot anyone that the result of Injuries sustained j
society I II
4MOUXTS AVERAGE TOWNS END I know of." If I killed Dr. Palmer EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: : I In an automobile accident last I WALK U R G E S LARGE

FROM 1 $6 TO $12. IT IS SAID : PLAN.IN. SPEECH HERE I do not remember It, but Frank :MEETING FOR TODAYOn month. I CROWD TO TURN OUT
The Telegraph now ha* an opportunity told me that I did and made me believe Mr. Carpenter has the confidence -

Twentv-elght aged persons in More than a handful of Bradford to answer this questtlonin It. If I did, Cod has forgiven November 3 Florida voters and good will of the public Bradford County Democrats will

Bradford have received their pension Countlana shook the hand of E. E. your mind. We have In our me and I am ready: to go.I will ballot on an amendment to here and hU many friends will rally here In the first real get-to-

checks for October Mrs. Ed- Callaway, Republican nominee for possession the last written I appreciate a ft.of the prayers the state's constitution making wish him well In his new business. gether of the campaign to hear the

nrd Burns of the social welfare governor of Florida, following his thoughts of Red Casey one of the that have been sent up In my be- possible participation In benefits He Is a graduate of the Southern New Deal gospel preached earlY'

xurd!. announced yesterday. She speech here Saturday afternoonand I four men who were executed Mon- under the National Social Security College of Pharmacy in Atalnta.C Saturday night by two congressional -

hopes to have at least twenty more several told him that they In- day at the State Prison. Farm. He half.This makes the fourth death 1 Act. .. where he llnlshed with the nominees Joe Hemlrlcka. at

applicants approved by the end of tended to support the Republican and a pal were convicted of havIng warrant that has been signed for If the amendment Is passed I It highest marks In his class. He has the Fifth District, and our own R.

ie month and these will also receive ticket November 3. One ardent murdered Frank Palmer, a me. I have seen ten men go to will give the Florida legislature been with Mitchell's Drug Store A, (Lex) Green. The meeting will

their checks for October it Townaendite was heard to tell Cal- Miami druggist In a New Year'seve the chair. I feel like I will meet power to appropriate funds to pay here since 1913. be held on the Bradford County

mi alil. Checks sent to pen- laway that he had been a Demo- hold-up several years ago. nine of them In heaven, but do not half the cost of old age assistance, The name of the store will remain Bank building corner at 7:3O:

loners here so far have averagedbetween crat all his life but intended to Casey spent a long time in the t think that I will meet Zangara. It half of alit to the blind, and one- the Slime Mr. Carpenter stat o'clock and Is expected to attract

$6 and $12. vote the Republican ticket straight death house at Raiford. He saw I will be a happy meeting with those third of cost of caring for the ed. Morris Jackson and Leonard enthusiastic crowds from all over

A great deal of investigation through this time.A many men go to their death in the nine.I state's dependent children. The remainder Kinchen will be employed In the this flection.

must be made In the case of each fair-sized Saturday afternoon chair including Gulseppe Zangara. have not many more hours on of the money will be paid front of the store, while Mr. Car- Hendricks Is a fiery orator anil

applicant Mra. Burns said and for crowd grouped around the lanky, and during this time formed a this earth, and I go with this by the Federal government. penter will continue In the pre holds his audiences spell-bound

ihu reason It has been a slow pro forceful-speaking Callaway who, if friendship for Red Kerce, an em- prayer on my lips that all who' It is expected that this amendment scription department from the time he begins speaking '

cess I 10( get the checks started. i I i I elected, would be the eighth wonder ployee of the Telegraph, who covers have any thoughts In their minds : will be of great help in get- V .. .-. until he stops, and the abilities of
executions for various
Bradford County matched Fed- ||, of the world --a Republican news of becoming a thief or feeling in ting out the vote on November 3, Green along this line are already

ml funds dollar for dollar to provide I i governor in Florida. He endorsedthe agencies. their of killing someone they will but nevertheless the Bradford JURORS well-known here.Supervisor .

this aid to people over seventy Townsend Plan, promised to Here are Casey's last written turn from those thoughts and flee C o u n ty Democratic Executive of Registration II. C.
words, addressed to Kerc and to I
who satisfied the ellglbillt oust "politics" from the to Jesus, and ask Him to help them Committee will meet this afternoon
years governor I I Wall Is urging voters to turn out i
> requirements. office, do away with automobile L.the F.prison.Chapman The, superintendent letter has not of through their weakness, for crime final([Friday) at the court house to lay For Circuit CourtSELECTED I In a record crowd to hear then

licenses, cut the gasoline tax and been corrected for spelling or otherwise does not pay. J organization.plans for" a "get-out-the-vote men and to demonstrate that Bradford -

BAPTIST work for a protective tariff for edited, and is just as Casey The years I Live spent In the County Is enthusiastically '
the farming Industry. Scattering More than 2,400 voters are qUill!
wrote It the night before he died: death cell I havA seen some happy Democratic. ,
ASSOCIATIONHAS 'applause marked the finish of his Ralford, Fla., Oct. 18, 1933 I days, and died fmony times In fled In this county and a determined "Como out and enjoy the oratoryof

'speech. Mr. dreams, and ,matiy times under effort will be made to get as two of the state's most able ir
SUCCESSFUL MEETING I Chapman: large a percentage of them to the WILL. HE FIKST TERM "
Callaway made a strong appealfor Mr. Red Kerce: strain of these years under death Democratic leaders, Mr. Walt
AT ANTIOCH CHURCH I the establishment of the two- And All Friends I have in the sentence. I do not tare to see any- polls as Is possible.. HELD' HERE WITHIN I suld. "The Democratic party needs
LAST WEEKThe I party system of government In world. one go through what I have, and I ---- --- ------ YEAR your vote and support on November -
two-day session of the New Florida He stated that there Is know that there are many out NINE FROM HEREIN 3, and you will not fall to come-
no essential difference between a I: wish you all happiness until there living the same kind of life Names of the following thirtysix -i to the polls and cast your ballot
River Association held
Wednesday and Thursday of last "good Republican and a good I we meet on that Beautiful Shore.I that I did. men were drawn Saturday to I for the Democratic line-up after t

week at Antioch Baptist Church Democrat' and acknowledged that have no enemies that I knowof So please take this warning from BOYS ARE serve as grand and petit jurors for hearing. the fine speeches that Mr. '

near LaCrosse. "things are just as bad In solid Re- although some are working me, and flee from the life you are STUDYING A VARIETYOF the fall term of circuit court which Hendricks and Mr. Green will deliver

publican states as they are in against me, I have no ill feeling I living, for there Is only one life to SUBJECTSNine convenes here Monday November here. '
It was well attended the firstLy states where the Democrats have towards anyone.I I live and that Is with Jesus. In 2: It Is regretted that Fred Cone.

and from the very first was everything their way." He stated have heard that someone told making your bread and meat by Bradford County boys are J. L. Underhill Herbert SullivanC. Democratic nominee for !governor,

deeply spiritual and Inspirational. that'if Florida had been a doubt Mrs. Palmer that I had made the sweat of your brow. I know attending the University of FlorIda Van Alstlne G. W. Andrews finds it Impossible to be in Stark

The president of the state Contention ful state instead of being solidly threats against her, should I ever by experience. it was announced from the W. M. Edwards 3. E. Rosier for the rally, but such big demand

i UN, Dr. J.of Dean the First Adcock, who Democratic it would have received get my freedom. These reports are God be with you until we meet university this week by Frank S. H. C. Harley A. A. Durden are being made on his time that

pastor Baptist many more favors from the New false as God knows that I have again. q Wright, Director of Publicity.Five Nelson T. Green W. A. Colley he finds It Impossible to speak everywhere .
3uirch of Orlando addressed theo
) the first day and his message Deal than was the case. ,'I never said one hard word against (Sgd) C. D. (Cited) Casey. cities In the County have W. B. Hicks Elbert SIbley before the election.

"I am not running for Governorto ----- sent students to the State University Harley M. McRaeObey MoodyR. Cone was here Monday night
'as Just tie kind to put enthusl-
create jobs for Republican office- where enrollment has reachedan F. Carradlne _ewl A. DavisC. however when follwolng his
um, courage, faith and a burningeal C. Melvin G. Lewis speech at a rally In Lake City, he
seekers he said. "If we adjourn all-time high with 2,934. Emory
Into his for more work i MAN IN JAIL CCC BOYS
nd a deeper consecration to the politics and inaugurate a nonpolitical Bradford County boys at the L.R. Kalchretiter Nat WilliamsR. I was the honor guest at a fish fry
L. Thomas Jake S. Sapp given on Lake Santa P'e by Mr.
uk of souls. business government we can I university, their home city, and
reduce the cost of governmentfrom For Stolen Car Will Send their class In the Institution are: S. R. Swindell Henry S. NormanW. I Wall and other Bradford County
second day a great message one-third to one-half, whilewe Brooker: W. M. Thomas, general J. Wllkerann J. M. MottJ. Democrats. .
TO brought by Dr. .1. C. Bennett, A. J. McKIn- C. H. Sl trunk .
Improve its efficiency and at college; Graham: Norman J, Johns, j
tocue superintendent Mission of in the Jacksonville Baptist the same time make It possible for I IN BIG DEMAND $475HOMEHRADFORD general college; Hampton: EmoryH. ney Jr. Merrill McMillan FHA LOANS
J. F. Brannen Samuel White-
all of our people to have the same Guy division
upper ; Lawtey: 1.1. :1:
''bo out of his long experience has Rickenbaker head LARGE SUM HERE :
fair voice in their government I .-- Richard R. Thede Paul N. Jewett, .
message gripping In its intensi- Harry Slern W. E RhodenWullle
rather than a small percentage of upper division; Starke: M. Charles
)1 and gospel appeal. Crews C. M. Dennison FIGURES .
the people who may have supported Futch, Wm. H. Moore, James If. "
The session was also visited bye certain candidates or political I PLACES BESIDES FACING JET THIS AMOUNT Seymour, upper division; Hubert It will be the first term of circuit BENEFITING FROM
CHARGES; HERE MONTHLY court to be held here since AGENCY
pastor of the First factions." P. Stockwell, general college. I
litadia. and Mr. Hugh Church'l -. -- last fall. The spring term wall not i, modernization loans
I Eighteen
f Jacksonville. A very popular fellow was arrested Bradford County parents of the -- held l because I lie new court room
I LEGION It seems nineteen young men who were en- Prices In Britain line to totaling $11,736.23. have been madein
The song services were In charge i I It I here Tuesday. again hu'l not been completed by the j Bradford County under the Fe.Jeral -
t J T Harris, Lacrosse with ELECTS OFFICERSDR. i that he was wanted in more places listed Into the Civilian Conservation the highest' levels in five years. WPA at that time
''Irs A I I than he could very well be In at Corps from here on October ____ J Housing Administration It
L Crews of Raiford, as i I
announced this week from thj
'wist, and special music was fur- McLENDON IS one time so at the present he is 13 will benefit by $475 per month, Had was
I Laughs Jacksonville office. Seven mort-
which their sons will send home. He Who First Better Beware r
hed by Rev. and Mrs. Hooker, NEW POST COMMANDER I in Jail here and officers are ; loans for new construction
,t Pine I' cided whether to keep him here, The boys' allotments are $30< gage
Grove Church, Dr. and I .1 for His Fate Might Be Worse Than Mr. Ben'sBy have been made here for a total
monthly. keep $5
Sheriff of They spend.
[Ira. J c Bennett, Jacksonville turn him over to the
elected'' backto ing and $25 Is sent to families of $21,40000, It was stated ;
McLendon send him money
"d Dr. H. B. was Levy County, or to "
an Assoclatlonal trio Messrs. "
: "Say, little sissies
H. E. LAGERGRENOnce you poor In the entire state home owners
'arrjs Klckllter and Pinholster. commander of the Jones-LangfOrd-1 I' Georgia where he is also want back home. The camp provides torted Mr Ben "why didn't re-I have benefited to the extent of
the men with clothing !
White Post American Legion a ed. farmer whose Christian
Besides ,
the splrUual food sup- I a auk your maws to give you a 'more than $17.00.X( from the
lied for the meeting a bountiful meeting held here Monday night. The man Is Johnny Keene and medical care and educational name was Ben, and who owned a tra set of diapers to take along, administration It was an-
!'Inner Other officers elected were: K. I when he tried and vocational training.Six large tract of fertile New River I housing
was served each day by the j I he was arrested here and a can of borated talcum pow. nounced.
dieS of the Antioch Church.At G. Duncan, vice-commander; Charley to sell a 1930 Model A Ford sedan Bradford applicants had to land, had a survey made. One der ?' : The Housing Administration la

the close of the meeting a I Cooper vice-commander; N. D.I I to David Kelly for $30. The men be rejected because of physical line ran through a field bearing But the triumph of the but ODe of the federal

'oral service, arranged. by Mrs. J Wainwright, Jr.. adjutant: George | came to the court house to get a condition or defects. Those who n luxurious growth of high _nd. ing man did not last long. unfeel'l. that arc functioning many In tile agencies Interest

Quigley, was held honoring the I A. Anderson sergeant-at-arms; I bill of sale drawn up and officers were accepted were given a sufficient -i spurs.!' Mr. Ben who acted as sis was there and put In of Florida resident. It was

emory of the eighteen members and B. M. Montgomery, chaplain.The I became suspicions about Keene amount of money to pay for flagman, bad his legs encased In an old wire cable, left out here at State Democratic
w had regular meeting of the Le. car so their meals throughout the train overalls tucked Into high boots pointed
died during the year. Thelowers trying to sell such a good ; stump puller. The cable) was full headquarters. But for this
gion Is the first Monday In each noticed that it hada ride to the C'C Camp In Pennsyl moreover he could around the
used were sent later to I cheap and also go of loops and frayed, crooked wire form of federal relief thousand of
month at 7:30: o'clock at the hall. it. Investigation vania. worst place and was thus Immune
.wives__ of the ministers who had "Jump switch" on sticking out all over Mr. Ben was homes would have gone without
-So on this year: Mrs. F. revealed that the automobilehad -V from the sandspur nuisance. But tripped tip on It, with one toot fast I repairs while many other. would

&Y\or\ of Hampton and Mrs. D.M'I I Alumni Chairman been stolen In Jacksonville. I Entertains CouncilAlbert the twotchalnmen were worse off. In a loop and wires stuck through i have been sacrificed through fore.

alllips of Lawtey. These men had' to send Keene is wanted In Levy Countyfor Hartmanproprietor of They were young men who, somehow the sleeves of his sweater, till he i closure proceedings."It .
i Is
."it much in to the This county expecting and In Georgia for had got It Into their heads was unable to rise. The chainmen I
past years I delegation to the annual robbery the Spotlight, entertained members I Is hardly possible that Florida -
"ocUtional work and were mlss1 a large that "surveying dirt" was a solemn came and saw his predicament: ,
at the University of armed robbery. of the new city council withan up home owner. will vote againstthe
I *t this meeting. Homecoming Ford V-8 at his function, like sitting on the jury their faces, at first, expressing diabolical I
Florida October 30-31 whlci will Another stolen car, a oyster supper place Tues New Deal and their own best
Officers elected for the ensuing I attended by prominent citizens I pick-up truck, has been brought day night. Besides some council or attending a funeral, and came triumph over a fallen foe, I Interests on November 3," commented -

*,ar were J. T. Quigley, modera- I be all of the state. Alumni i here from the Clay County Veterans members Senator Charley E. arrayed in woolen pants, low- But they soon relented and, winkIng I Clayton C. Codrington.
[r, ana T B. clerk and from I quarter shoes and new sweaters.The at each other In a curious manner '
Pinholster I chairman In this county Is T. K. : Camp, near which it was Johns. Night Marshal Benny Sapp state Democratic campaign mana
"surer. Starke. While many found abandoned. The car was and E. L. Matthews enjoyed the chainmen had to go straight went to his assistance. With' ger.

The next association to be held alumni McClane and, Jr.,friends of the univer- I stolen from a prison camp In Ma supper. ahead The Sunday pants proved 1 touching tenderness they turned i I -V ..... ..---
Erookcr at the Baptist I I ---. unsurpassed for harvesting sand- him over and over In their abortive
rlon County. ails Place
sity do not reach the Gator campus I r 11 Enlarged
Church'l morning of Homecoming .- First Ripe BerryG. spurs, and they were soon covered efforts to free him. '
until Saturday with them to such did A. H. Hall has torn out the
Runs Into Is I 1 an extent: till "In which pocket you put
Cattle-Gap the annual celebration Brown Buys Property L. Kersey Is the first farmer they had to walk as If they were that extra set of diapers you front of his grocery store near the-
Willie now a two-day affair of large pro- thl, to bring In a ripe straw I| Seaboard station and Is enlarging
Peterson, Worthington Growl" Announcement wa recently straddling stumps. The low shoes brought along, Mr. Ben they I
Prlngs negro has been released portions. The famed "Gator Field |I: made of the sale to M. F. Brown berry and place it on exhibition at allowed the burrs to cover ths asked. "And where Is that can of the building considerably. Ex.

!|rider *130\ bond on a charge of on Friday evening In Florida Is featured !. local attorney of two and a half 1 the Telegraph office. The berry socks and every time the ends of borated baby talcum powder Too j punfllon.of his grocery and market

IrlelS| driving following an ac- stadium, free to everybody.championship I lots at the southeast corner Intersection was small and, of course, was the chain were put against the bad, but the only way to get your business has made it necessary to

IdlQt' early Tuesday morning with eight I of Walnut and Ninth from an old plant. but It was nev- marking pins, the sleeves of their foot free will be to pull off your have more IIP..c.r. Hall said. '

lieII' he ran Into an excavation boxing bouts band music, fireworks glee- I| Streets. The sale. which was made er-the-leas a ripe strawberry. Mr. sweaters picked up some burrs boot." I 5.-

r* for the installation of a cat- club selections, spectacular by liquidators of the Bradford Kersey! grew It on his place northof while their hands were bleeding But In their anxiety they pulled I Cotton Prices Good '

C.fp at the western city limits and other.novelties.- : rtonntv_ Bank. also Included twoiiiigs Starke. from contact with them. Under off fci. wrong boot; then discovering Most Bradford County farmersI
1 the Lake Butler road. There ; on these lots. Mr. -- such circumstances their progress their mistake I ?) they pulledoff I report getting around twenty-eight

,ert rvcral other negro passen- Officers Entertained '| Brown plans to tear the buildings Knight Home RepairedThe was naturally, slow and painful. the other one, thus freeing Mr. cents a pound for their Sea Island

l r* u> the car, but no one was in- Lieutenants T T. Long and H down and construct a residence on home of Col! D. E. Knighton Mr. Ben's face was adorned witha Ben, but not before his long, home- 'cotton In the lint. In almost every
.J'ed voluminous beard of the color of knit and the Inside of his
The automobile was badly of the Headquarters Company :I I the property. Walnut Street Is undergoing extensive stockings : Instance, farmers. who have
magej. I! C. Wall here were hosts last week at _____- ---. repair work. This house Is crabgrass hey, which he grew In oantles had been coated with aandnpurs. cotton this year are planning to
Jeflrnce to his unbeloved neighbor Mr. Ben now a mass: ,,,
----- Lake Santa Fe. The I I Builds New HouseA of the popular colonial type and' arose set out a larger acreage next sea
New a fish fry on ap'I I who likewise flaunted a chal'englng of burrs from head to foot, his ,,
Law In Effect the regular quarterly will present a very attractive son.
occasion was beard of vine hay colorit beard, and hair Included. .
Bat five-rom bungalow U being pen eyebrows ..
In of the Second pejrar.ce when the work Is finish --
Compliance with a law pass officers! meeting constructed for Congressman R. A. Mr. Ben. Exasperated: over the He angrily Jerked off his stockings:
''I t follow- ed.
The Lake Church
the last session of the leg- talion, 124th Infantry. 1 Green on his property adjoiningthf slow progress of his chainmen, Mr. and threw them away then pulledon
-I&.ture officers ---- --- -
Assistant State's Attar'Y -i Ing out-of-town West End Service Station on : :ea grabbed hl.i benrd, pulled It his boots. There will be services at the
Hai Y. Malnes was here this 'i present Major Gentry White. Capt \ Street The house Is be- Uuu Wainicright HomeR ,ut of the way, rpat! and shouted "What Is the next move?' Klngxley' Lake Boptlst Church next

:Ok t.. hear witnesses( in cases toj I' Mahon Reese and Lt Frank Greenof I Orange ing built for rental purposes. It J. Davis has Just purchased 'C) the young men to hurry up. iweetly asked the ch '.nmen. numluy rooming at 10:3O:: o'clo-k.: :

: in.>(j |In circuit| court beginning Live Oak; Capt. Maxvllle Sny-Lt. !, I ls being completed from a foun- the W :M Walnwright stucco bungalow They then let their misery. be Mr. Ben pulled a burr off his Members are ur4 to be present
.'\*lJ'l.er 2. The new law makes der, Capt. Albert E. Barrs. i''dktion I > and partial structure that on Temple Avenue. Mr. and known and chided their employerfor tongue. shoved his matted beard by the clerk* J. L. Silcox.mi .
Frank M .
"","" "lasary for a grand Jury to Wm. Thomas and Lt E. 1 1 I as begun by J. L. Simmons be- Mr. Davis expect to take possession not having apprised them of away with his elbow, spat, and [| -.---i 3

h,' "' .only capital cases, all oth- i Whidden. of Jack80nvlIle'uCaPn; ; i I vf(ore the property was sold to Mr, of their new hme about the what they were up agaInst, so that tinned: New treaty to bar wars Is studied
)t .hr. ng acted upon beforehand A. Wright Lt. Robert :', first of November they could have let the Job alone. "I go horns and you go to b--ll! by American nations. ', \
7IK .....'. attorney. l and Lt. lire Gamer, of Lake City. fOreen.Ld.

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Canova Cuntce C. Hubbsrd. Marvin Prather W C While, Ethel M. M. Whltehead Agatha B Strowger 1Balll ,
Albert '
VOTERS OF BRAD L. Warren, !.;
REGISTERED Wills, Irene \ n
CreMrs, Mary A. Howe J. R Prevat. N N Wiggins, Laura Lee Wiggins Leo tdial telephone
Canova. Florence E. Hol.endorf. Mr.. Janle ''J W Wall, Mabel A. Warren, Nannie Wiggins, Mrs. Leo frs I 1841!! i;
FORD COUNTY. FOR GENERAL ELECTION Clark Elisabeth Hal.lop. .. Ela. Parks, Ethel R.Crawford White Ina Edwin AWilliams Wlmberly. Katie ael. White. EthollnWilliams Porte, L
C. Flail Arthur Pullum, Dean Winkler Wills, Mrs. Sallie Ind

NOVEMBER 3, 1936 Colley. L"dla Howard Henry Preacot. Hiram Mary, Edward Hardy Williams. JuanltaWllmot.
C'rewN. Maud D. Hese. JohnHoltsendorf Earl B.Purvis. Wainwright. J. .Wlmberly Wallace M. Amy B. NOTICE
Corpenlnr I Hulda B Wllmer H. B. Wllkerson, A M.WIIIIams. T. 8. Jr. Martha or EL (tIO-

No. Crews, K. Hart, W. H. Powell, John WainWright8Ian/ Wltkovskl, B. It. Wllk.reo' WHEREAS the I
Precinct 1 LawteyII. Willie CalvinWhltehead 1936 r.
Ward under the
Canova E. Jr Hart Edna M. Prlngle Mack Wood, Olen K. Whltfleld. Margarita C. C
Clark, C. H. Hagan, John L Pre.oot. Mrs. Beulah Samuel Warren. James. Pearce Whltfleld' Bryan ot the State of Florida Ud"\ "r IS'
Clark, K. F.Crosby Henry ( Lewis C. Wllama. R. J. Williams Gladys O. Joint PrOPo"l past t.menta t.'
foil.Arwood .. Wainwright Ellen C.
Arwood. iL B. Green Ulchard A. Parmenter Lester A. Patton O. U S Wilson, Jos.L E. to the Constltu.i.,5 .m."
Nora P. laekins Jean Prlv.tt. Emma' Conner, Jas L. Haian. ,D.I. Peek Clara Louise Williams, Gertrude Wainwright, Orace State ot and t
flea 'nV.
Abraham H. M. orlttis Lou Annie Prlngle GladyoAshford Cooper, R. Hutto.. Cbarl.t. Peek, Julian L.Holllnitsworth Wlliame. A. B. Wa1nwrlRht. N.. D.S.Jr. WI"on.. E. Jr. agreed 8torlda. the; ,

Mandy (Irovoo. Wiley Pr"valt, Carrlauatn Crawford Itob., .. C. Woodrow Peek Mr.. Clara I A.lhlr Willam., WhlKham, of all the A tan" lift
Klzzle jodwln H. n. Prln"I.. I. A. Crawford Chester Harden brook, Isaiah Price C. B. Williams, E. Walnwrllht. .amee R Madt.Wimot. C houee; that m..mber r? -a
J. S. (Irovea. E. W. Prlngle' Bertha L Ernest A. Warr.n. Resolution. said Jot
u..tn. Conway K. F. Hal.lop. Fred. Price, Mrs C. B. LII.e D.Williams Theodore R. were eniemrf
Louis Poole. Cohrn S. A. Williams, v upon ,
O. J. Younl. >
A. Pauline E. PrevattL. J Journal.
.nd.n. o.rr.t. Canova I Howard. Palmer Ida V. with ..
J. u.
Quinn .
C. M. si>*
trl"II. 11.. R K. M. HerbertPhlpps H.rold
Howard. Clyde Prescott
.ndr.u. $ Cro.by. Lola Yarbrough E. J. I mine ther.on. .
8. Wright
Quinn Martha D.
Henry Wail is nthat
K.Pitts ,
tlrlf. W. C. HaselHall direct
Conner Hornsby
AUlln. ltauleraon. H. JameaAuotin Cha. Richard C. Yarbrough, Vada e
A. A. J. F. Crosby Floyd Bhellle Ronald Woodle. W. R. I Joint aubmitr.d
O. Rood. J R. R..oluton. b.
W. If. lriffis. O..rar the
Armstrong. t Ov.rtreetOa"klnl. Wade Roeler...Jame". Clark Carleton LI.rle. B.L. Hutto. Lula Kenneth F. M.Pitts P..k., Julian Ellsh I .Jr. Precinct No. 3 Starke (South) aral Elertlon. In State at the Ce

And"rlon. J. 1. Irlrl.. C'urtls, T. It.ddl.h. Enoch J. T.Au.ln. J.Au..tn. Carter, Chad, A. Harrln.ton., E. PhlppH, EllaHarrell NOW THEREFORE.I H I9 "G
N Dawson '
W. RCudy Willie Priest C. O Secretary of or'tDet'
I'arln" (.lril. ""ur. nlr.l.h. Vol.y R. l'olner., B. Harrell, V. B. Parker I.e. Andrew.. Joseph W. Jr.Galney CaU. McRae, Dolly Florida 10 hereby. .give : utrfu
Andlr.o". II.Rnn. W. R. Iedrl"h. Drew Canova. UladysCarpenter. Holder, Lula Prather, Helen Albert, James Garrett. an McKinney, Mae GENERAL "II e that'

Nrown 0.0. W. ,Orl... L. ft. J.m.. M.. Uavld P. Harrington Mary Olady p.rklns, Warren E. Allhright I Soloman (landy. W. S. McRae, Russell s. win held In county,
Itornay. Henry W. 'Hill 1.0ule I} Io.ler. H"rry Conway Lacy leering, OertrudeHerlong A. Perkins, Ruby Mae Albert. tulford. Mr. N. F. McRae. Eula Mae Ida on h. each FI"
R. : Kln. Tuesday
Alan.on H. HiI I.oul. H. John O. W. ClarK, T. O.Carpenter. Mark B. Parks, (. B. Andrews. W. N. J. McMillan. Merril G. first Monday In next aUcl.odln ,

Hurney. Everett Alon.o Iob.rll.J E. Myrtlce J. lo".ed. Kitty Kurett Parks, Elizabeth Allen. Nellie. O. Griffis. W. McKinney the said Tuesday"belnzfVhe D 1S
Jlanhard. Robt A. Hodges. F. C. Canova Mary K. Vonda H. Prescott Julian C. Anderson Myrtle n. Garrett. Lemmle McKelvey Frank

Jrown. .. Minnie 8. Harr.l. J. L. Ro.ler...n.Jewell H.. Tatum Conner, Grover C.Conner Inman, George H Anderson. A. W. (lover. Elh.rt M.Kelvey, J. A. for THIRD DAY OF NO''RF.
Jessie P. Rob.rl. Russelhlancharl Kula Inman, Carolyn B.b.1d'n."T".H. Andrews. Nelle Griffis Milford Mcintyre. Frances the ratification ';
141aekburn T. T. Harley. Abble H. Il.ddl"h. Carroll, RslfortlColley. Inman, John Carl Uelger, Herman Mcintyre Nellie the said Joint Resolution
Anna M. famPloni Mary Reddish. Willie ]f. J. R Inman, k8'8. Rodger. And.r.. Jimmie (Mrs.) (lriffis. Minnie 11lRa'i Donald F. Inl amendments to prop' ",
; "
Brown M"" .. Nancy ..rr.l. ( Iteddish Redding, 1. M.t Crawford linear H. Johns, Edward B. Rltch, Andrews. W. Henry Ilrlltlx. Mattie n. H. W. Stale of FloridaS! "ti

ceU, C. a. I Crawford, Willie Johns, Corley lay Olive Alvarez Errol Until.. Arnold Mcltae. MinnieAlexander A JOINT RESOLVT10N
: A. ILnwe. ClydeIIIgg.
Itell J. Howe.onJI7k.n: (' Ellzah N. Jeff J. Hitch J. B. Albert Earnest
t Horace .I.man. Johns C.rrl. L 11..on. 1cCI.ndan. Proposing to Amend Section ,
". Martha E' frd"ln" Cliff H. C. Mae H. 1 ,f t
W. P.ltrry. Johanson P. August Ray Carrie Allen. Allis New.oln. Article of the J
Huliard. Johl :r. Iho"rn. I' D. Crawford, Jack Johns, S. R. Register Freeman. Andrews. Leila Des Garrett. Willie Nichols. SamuelAlvar. the XII Florida Contittttln i

"" loward.. J.('. A knsler IL.ddl.h.. R. Cook, Burl Sr.riiaHlaln. Jenkins Perry B Rltoh. Herbert C. Corinne Orlffl". Katie Newsom. J. "1. Provisions for the !ILvrhg'

Jln"lr. J.nry. H. C. Reddish Mrs. Belle T. C.Chambers. Jones, J. C. Rhoden Matthew W 8. Uatln. Genett Newsom. unlce and UnfortunateBe AI.d. J"'f' ',,
F. Harley Robert 13Chnstaln D. A. Brown Carolyn Norton Jessie
II.ckburl. Viola Judd Rltch. Evelyn; ; J..pet Mr. ,
M. Harley. H. C' Rpddlsh. Jessie Jones, L. O Alleen Brown fray Noeg..l. W. H. It Resolved 11 The I.ralalal
'i.nnet. } Mr... Drew ,
Avle Randal
'"nn"l. Mary Hnward. Mr. R.lrl..h. f'onwuy Barbara E. Jones, Cora B. W. P. Burns. Edward Ore.n. Mr. Luclle N.w.om. P. C. of The Stale of Florida(
II.nn.t. Richard Harley. D. B. l.r"l.h.J.Mr.Q.. l'hamb.r. Mrs Eth.1 !.John., Carl Register. Alice L.Rlgdon Bowers. ]. 1. Haynes. Othma J. Norton C. C.Rowe. That Section 8 of AMI,, |I.
Ilrl"l.y. T I. Hail. J. W. lo"l.r. I'J. 3f.llennett. Cooper, Oration C. Johns MamieCudy. Lacy D. Hollingsworth, Fe e. Norris Wm.Hurn. the Constitution of thestit" ",. ,"XI' ,
n Harley Helen Jr. It'Lul.ron. I'J. J. Beveley E. Johns: R. ('. ibis: L. B. Mra. Resale Hemmingway Frank O. Noegel AI".cafal.d.p. Ida. relating to Pru\I-I,,,",,,, r'''r ,
Me. J.I..le l.rl.y. A. I.. U.ul.r.ol.. Carpenter, John Frank Johns, Mrs Julia Rhoden Freeman : Adl., Hemingway I.aura Nauulan Minnie Aged Infirm Pnfortunat., 4
lll.neh'Lrd. 1.1n. HIl. H. B. How. Cllud. (Copeland Arthur F. Jr'John. Thelma I. Raines, An..el Richard I Bal.d. o.a H.mrl"k. Sarah F. New.ome. Margaret and the .am. la tu-rehi) ,: "
W.Keefee J. H.delnl. 1. .It Cauthen, Kathleen Jones, Jackson J. Robinson, B. Hurney. {'. Floilingsworth. Ida L Olson Titus and as amended IN atfi ,<"iii I,t o,enc"'
',.nn.t. H. U. ..rr.l. A. f"ul.r..on I'ry Clark Frank Jones, Ferol I. Hitch J.V.. Balsden. P. F. Haynes Hope' MeLln. Olson Mrs. RertleHnfnrd. shall be .ubmlt.d to the ,.I i 1', ,ire'
June r. P. Herell..h.. Mary Jane Collins, Calvin B. Johns, B. M. Roberts, Leola F. H. C. Hayes. E. W. Pace, Chas. F. the Stan at th ,,.,,
''ek. UI..IYI Junes. .Janice J. W. n.ddl..h.;Arn"ta H. Chambers George S. John.on. KrneHt Z. Roberta, J. P. Buford Irma Hayes. Ruby A. Powell. Charlie J oral election to be held "m.)lu; R GI,:
Bradley. N. .Ioh".n. lo.l.r. Marcus Lee J. W. Tuesday after Inn .
1( N. II. ( Connor .I"hn.on. Roy Richard,, Annie M.Ranfroe Hower.. Jessie Prev.t. lint Mundayt\
e. Hol.endorf.
t.n. R. I. J.hn. E Rnulerxnn. Carter Sullivan R. Jnkln. Klva FrancisJenkins ,, Leon I Browning, Wail. A. Mr.. I. D. Panl.h. Oscar A. November 193(, for' i.iufi' ;, unI,
."I.n. i'Inkey Johns. Jim H. Lili. Carpenter, Virginiacrablree. Charles M. Ray, Amelia Brown Ir. Ha"'I"" 'om Parrish. N. J. rrjectonl said Section i "f fVii 1,
F:. I.. Jones. W Rowe "ern.n Cora B. W. P. B. shall A
Cr"w. P. Ruth Jordan, George Ray L. C. Brown Hoover Don I. F'revat. ameld.d [ ,u p
D. Rowe -
Varier. Mlrlnn Robt' Ionex !. W. Itowe. Mn. Olady.C'r.w" (h.mhen. J. K. Johns, Lee Ray. Mrs. Lula A. Brown lire. Aria Holt..ndorr. H. e. E. K. towel'Section:
('r.w'o.I. Judd Charles A. Rltch, Brown Esther John D.
Paul N. William (a'I.r. Jenkin. Carlyle Ioover. Cyrus F. Pr.vatt. 8. The reap"tin.' ;
'ralk M. Junes Jewett.. Alice A. Haul.non.Itaulerson. Amanda Alice Johns, Berry S. Reddish, Rodman D.eouk. He"M.nt. Mrs. Mary Della C. Perryman Lois P.Buldlnglon. ties of the State shall |I",'",v ,Id'. m"'''J'
Carter. Dalton C. IClltleC. I'. H. r.ouln H. Karl Jr. Johns Lubedla A. Ross, V"vl' O. Ernestine Flail. Hen F. Powell. Laura I. manner prescribed. by luu r ''h.p

Clemene. John W. e. In" Emma Pearl n.lllnl.. n. I.. Cook, Karl Johnson, R. hitch arkl Hushes. Bert A. llaberthuer A. P.rkl". Linde.liuddington of the Inhabitants who lij "i-y' ,,
C'lemon. Hohl. N. Wilbur Rower A. J'fart.r Crook Theodore Judd, M. t. Rltch.: Jessie John W. Hollingsworth Mr. F.e.Prev.tt. Leota C. age Infirmity or ml r.inin'e., ,,
Crawford. r. KnlKhl.Klrkiend .1 U. Rn..le. Canovu, Mona A. Jaek.on. n"il.I.r. ('. A. Browning. WII..rd Harris. Nrtl. Peterson 1.'. O. h.v. claim. upon the lid and,, ,"1
II. C. n.III"h. Ca'I.r. William II. J.nkln., Alice H. M. Bias Nora Hohne. P.nl..r.. \V. D.Browning palhy of society; proUd.'l' < l, iwev, "

3' (blenlen, .(leo u K.I.y. Ithoden. i'lar nee F. l'onn.r. Carrie Judd HUI..I B.Jordan lt..el. R. W. Clifford ]licks. n. W. .. Eunice the Legislature may l by i KMIMII, ,, i Ik
K.IKhl.. J. Eunice Smith. Alfred Carlisle. .1. B. Harriet Rain. Alma Harris Gertrude 1'ev..l. Arch provide for a unlf.n" ", ,
('roes. HalUe Kelley Davis, Kllery M. Jordan, Mattie. J. kids Lola Bryan Mrs. Mal Lewis for such 'at.'t
Maurl., Knight.. Fannie Mae Ntronlg. Wm. J. Howard. Wesley Palhh. systent ben.-fus. i:; |
yews Davis, hues Johns $. Jr.Johnson Raines, Sarah C. W. a. Phillips. Chits. Iherefoi' ,
.. Strong. PharleeC.rradlne. I. Hry.an. Hall. Mr. Th.l"a 1.Brow" priale money hm r
('raw.. JO..I.hlno. King King. Roy.le..I. I. Hmlth. Richard n.lue. Wm. M. L. RegUter, Gertrude Jame. A. Hodges. 31IndI. FI..I. E. F' general law pistil i'. .. ,..IPll i

(' l. .. Knight. H. C. Sweat. r..avy 1..1. Isaac K.I.y. Sim Russell R H. Brown Mi'x. Charlotte Hnllingewm'ih. :a. F. Phll.. Rosa to any person who -lull i n,.,, !
'Lrk. Lewis A. James F. Russell GeorgiaRaulemon Hruwn Lacy : Minnietionhain been resident of < ,.
I'. It. Kirkland. Wllhur Starling. Josiah luvll Holder. Dave a th. t I.I''? r KII.
(' T. H. Klrklund. J. H. dlarling. Steve. T. .. lien Knllht. Carl A. Willie I.ma Ann Pe.rce. P. J. Ida for a period of I ll\- > ,> u. < ,
( Joseph T. Hllipmnn Uuvl. Lee ferryman General L Slstrunk. O. M. Ftonhanu. William A. H"kman.Hut"lnl'W. T. Pearce. Bertha tlntioualy next pro.. "eeiling" i 1,,,. al,(
.r.w.. Ev..t.. 1.lrklall.. 1"11..1 henry higgs, 1.01 C. Keller, I'el. M $app. John B. Baleden, Kutte Th.ron. Jr. Priest Nona cation therefor, *i i, x\
I" lets nO'h.,1
'IL 1.. C. Isabelle 11"1. It .I "u.l. KnlKht. Claro Mae Sllcux. Unvld L.Sllcox (tell. Ethel 1.1: Ie"ry. W. Prevat. Claude eral law provide ,, I rns I n? ,
('I."on. I.RII. I""I' UeorllR E. Walter Browning Arrle Itmra e. ,
A M Kelley : Flerring .fohn) F. person solely on a ? unt r ,g. \
(('lemons. MIINI. l.nng. .. Mrs. W. M. starling. A. J.. l"nh'LI. A. K. Klckllter, Marla L. It't"ll.' i.d F. Bro.wll Neuter Hair W. O. P'.I..t. Hubert I:. hal not attained UK' .i.' f .I
'nrler Ow.n ", W. H. Kite, Minnie A. Thomas Aunle lilac. years; Provided 'in th
Peat h 11. Srhwell. ""r 1 I S'ol. Fr.d Gladys I.n.. i T
('r"w'u..I.Ii. lang.holz.. 1 Ntarling. 1Io.. .I"h.rty. Ida M. King AlfnrettaKersey .,,,. Stephen Hruwn. MrM Florence 1.,1""Mon.. T. Paul n. where by any law .,f I I' i I',",|
( 'mln' Dell, William R. Snpp, Chandler. 1. Pitts Rosa MClark. Stales, a lesser or ,. ,
I> J. I.oveli. .1. J. Ntnrling. J. I'. L .n WIIIII Kin. Howard, ,10 )I'"
( .
'I"r.n. S. W H. surtnln. Annie I Davis, Wash L.Duiiinurlt Keene, Nelma Slu-ox, Jur haves. E.v... Jr. Pitts: .I.n'.. H. of residence, age ni/, n"inbe >
( ..p.r. .1 M..r. P. S. Leonard S. C. B. { Eliza 3t. Peek. I.. fixed lu order G, ,\.,
t'. I'' Hlllcr. Maui ('Hrrio" H. 1.ln'h.n. 1' rIG"oml. .nl.Tln. 1ltlhln"". Annie I. Ilnel..lr ,i tl I I ? \.
( 'rt.r. J. A. Effie Illh. N.IilnCrewe Dennmi-k' ,, I Kmllylulnkell KlrbYi M. III'Y (.ol.y. "iA. Vlra Peek.. MyrR ]'IO'ld. to purllcliml. n,, n I
('h..r. T""r.. Abe starling. W. J. PU..h.1 A. HI"rlml. J. J. ( ol.lln. W. \V H.'rIIM HI"bro.k.! Jessie }'tlrl .. P. .ral ",'a"tl that might i I., "M.,,,1.

.. .I"h. .,'. J NI rung. ThnmR" Pnvl. Kellv James Robert f.ura H.ituugherty .ha.e. a 7t. U. i'arrleh Ruby such purposes, the L>KM I i' i' .
L ('r.w.. II'Ylnnd 1Ir James. H. NnberForlMtI Clinton KnlKht. Darling i. stun> "'. xritnn. Ie'l Ulr'I.Wllln. 1""vltt. L"also I prescitbe, such requs"n'| i I-t "+ .
I ( r.w". 100r. .tiiitas, J. Durden, H.rh..t A. ",'IY. David II. Smith, Beatrice O. Clark,3h I.oul.e hall J"Iolnle Priest Th.lm. citizenship age and i*".iiliibe ..
('r.w"_. M''xM" 1..I. .H.. M. -l'hIK.. J"IU. Duiden, lOlolseDuttlins. KI It'-hard II. Jr. Supi>4 tponiiSapp. (lard. Jennie Hall. Elsie Pt rest. consistent with ,i "i ,., ,.
( '" J""llk." : !lu..h ." 1..III'd. ronM Allen.. Cleone M. 1.lllhl.< Sits H V. Jake s. :Choablerheshier; i UeoV.. Johns. Archibald n. Qulgley. Minnie i7. flirt with such Fed,a"r, l.u,,

C'"WI., Pearl O. J.t. U"lv.r". W. Irlll. ]t. C' Duncan, Margaret H. V. smith K. HSllcox J. O. Johns. Marlon Qiuigley, J. T. Approved June 4. 19T'A
(('arler" I.. C. Mouro,, Mrs. 1, Hnlh. ". Albert l'ulln. K. U. Klncitld.. J..nelf D. .11". L.I..wllll. Clemhne. Mra. Fronle e. .1..rk.OI. Andrew I. ftnhne. H. I.
o T. Moselsy. Marling l.izaleCrnwfurd K. J. Kite nob.rt Snpp Kllery (}Ie.hl.r. llr". Flettle Johns.. Fernando Ti.Robinson. W. J.
(:'handler 1' 'I I'J, Morgan: N I"t Stnriing:I: : Lunne$ I AI. DelleKlllnttlori Knight, Oussle Sweat, Ida C..on. 021. C. Johns. Ab 1hod.n. Fred JOINT RESor.I-riiis' ,

Clark' Mary Moore. Mary staring. Mr. Fannie I ; Joh. A. Keene, Nancy Snpp, Carl ('open' 11 1 "rl Johius. Allen M. 1lt'h. 1 F]. Proposing an Amendmen'r' ,
( Mra.V. n. Wurgnn' Sttls Ih.r'el. C. I.f'.rn.lln" Kdwards.: T. C. Klnchen Ku ene I. Supp, O. L.Suinner (.'.I"IRI. Frank R. John.. 1.. 1.. J.0. P. VIII of the .11"1' l,,. ,,
'hrl.ly. Morgan Joe J. Kdwards. RoyKdwards Keene. Albert Orvln ( "n. C. Johnson, "'m. N Hltlh I. State of Florida n-Inl' I
11.1. I. fh.ford. C. Klrbv. SurahKolllnKs Sumner, Aron Crutchfield. Charles Ftltc h: t. Jennie <
Id. cllly. Jones. H. H. and
M'LY.' !
( Wil. .
'rew. Laura A. Moore, W F. .I I I.. KdwardH, II. J. Sumner, A. C.Edwards ,\L\J': !: M' Johns. Bert W. 1"K'ave! Minnie Count.
( I" Nrll. \ :
'he."r. "arln" ; Jo."hY. Lewis harry H. 3h' Vlcl ( s lie Resolved I.eInhui'
W. Mond.. J. 11. : Snap s. Johnson O. W'. ( T. D. I 'I'h.
( 'w" .Iul.. I.. Monk T'. I.. .lnK.. If. Kdwards, W MitchKdvvuids T.uk. Jim O Swun born. \Y. R.Swanborn. (',;"rt1l"h; J. FL Ella Ttedgrave AV..
of Flurlilnt
.I"hn. The of
f'I"I.n. 1'1'1 Ruby Mae Lewis. Emory C. Anus ('.., A. Irene SI.t.
Louis Mello Moseley. .10" N. .t. : Johns. W. J. II"k.nb.I..r. I .
C..nv..r.. I.lnl. fhlrnr< : "RI Lewis Annie A my' That the fo'"ov'nigim, ,',, i I 1'1'i 1
Howell Morgan. M. 'llftnn 1.vnt. J.r l.nl.r. .I..k lambs. Sarah I'Lfu.e. .
C'lrter. 1 : c'IrI. Lee, M. J. M. a n'TI" J, johns r.. Article VIII of the '"m-tt'nn'n, ,
h. .1. I. lalld. II"U""lk. 10 la. FronRle Emml
Clemons 10.1 ., Ilth"w".1 C. fta'IIIK.. C. Kdwurds: .. I.onl. P. .. N. Casper, Richard M. .. Agnes John the State of Florida i.lui\' ,,
c'rawru.l. 1.1. MI..I.y. H"lh. Alice A. : '. J"hn. 1r. n.dl'av. I. les and counlle I I.. ,?
( Mnhe( { J. H Hester Edwards; I..wl. Worthy It.rnbMM. (lussle (olie. ( W ... D. Ilv. l.ore. ,
Ilml. 11" R. H. T. Section 10 of snld .\.It'i.' tilt.
; Long, T. O N. I .
J. I Donning It. If. nl"f''aw'nrl. lnll.h. 81..n. F.d H..er.
(/'rawtord'arter, i. WP. Mi.: :lheWN: II lira .. smllh."I. :1. Blln"lon. R. A. ".wi. K. 11'.I.ln.l. John H. Cooper: Ie.e. Ja"nl..IH'nh.. H.nord HUMolind InnII,J' rvlna and the same IK liti.1>'>\ .'IKI, u">
1" I. t f '
be submit'
hunks Oils E. ( and shall '
: Leach. Robert M. 'upper .
( "
Amelia M T. \ I1.a.k", Johnson 1'1 1..I.t.r. ,. .
ItaI 111. l.nrl ndu Illh." I n Klllngton, John A. Jr. Luke I. V. I1"tIIk. Cyrus H. Cobb, tart ..Johns. Charlie E. .(Lula tore of the State .u, "th" '"
'' Mln""C. 11' HI"I. l.row. Ollle Lowly neo H. Wm. O. Constantine Marlon Hennol. 1.. A. Election to hula "'h '111.1
'lark Johns. ,
Mu. 1'III/I.n. !lrln"r.low.
ItiKIn5 .. Nol 1' .. c' Thrlna Irln.on the fii-i, M |
,( Mnning. I Alfonsoy ; ('ledel. Long, Myrwln J.Klllngton P. ('rew. 1 Jnhnx Alh.na Tuesday after < I < JINfivember
J.lnklnH.111.. v. Ilrh'kllld. & H"II.ter. A. D. I liii. i i ,'i
I.J. Miner. I). W. : r.eilerman. Daniel Hannah I herby. rlhIr Ruby R. 111. Lee > f.n
'lnl"n. 1. J.llr.. 1111. Kdwurds, Leo I Mrs. Ivy Tinver .I"hn. or rejection, to-wit '
,. 'box Fl.j Lowry Sllcox, Delia W. JOhn". Jeff J. Rhoden. c'Rrrl.
j ).IU" ". ILV.. Jh'HI"ht. ('hns. f'I.elrl.I. In''I.hI'lnk .:d.a'd. 11. A. f.enlon. Earn Sllcox, SelemaHupp lice.. .EI.h..h M. JI.k.on. W. Morris Smith In. Section 10. The LeglslaniK-' ,' -
Pauline I;,Iw"'d. J. M Landrum" T. Frank W. K herby 1 Janson .1. N. have power to
I. F. McCarthy 'r.d" I E. !ull"an. eMllbl"h. alt
Purbnn In.. I'V.. 1..le H.hlrd 'riedale. Ioliel'I'I.y. K l ," I.II.. : I..w.on. H. \. Shuler, T. W. l"mo'e.t' n"F. .Ion.on. I.'. A.V.. Itl.y. L.UI.I"VI I abollHh a Munlcl".1 11''.' .1,
T. T. Jlelln. 'ho'ulol. .'idwards: Lawson J. T. Smith, Frank S J" Jon.on. Ituth. W. "trl'kIRlel. Myra be known as City ?j 1
I Mrs." Nornlttn. W. rvln 'hnml". Mrs. Ollie ":Edwards' Hive Lee, I..nnon. Charles D. Shuler, Mrs I.olt Lurllla Tatlm V. F. h. Alice extending territorial! 'btt, '
1"'I.y. Iltl. John"ol. '
,. Norman. Jame. H. 1rhpn'pnp. Marvin Futih. Charlie A. Landrum Carleen Stanley KdSnpp bent (1. tlth. W. H. the present limits of M 1'.nla'I... I..luy henry H. Tavlnr. I.eunard n.I''hal. ('Rlkln. tll I K. I..w.on. ruin,. Ada Felix H. I Dyalnl'.t. Verna J. Jackson. Margaret Nimmons I .T. L. ty. In the place of any ,i ,ill 'r'ty ,
(I..W.. Norman N.rn.n. Jerry 1. 'ol'od". Win. N."lvl. 'lu". Lewis, Th.lla I L. I'llckland. Kdna lal' R, laekson H. C. Sntlth. f.. F. district, municipal ami! l I"i ilernments ,
ferry Nnrman .1 N. ''''''Y. ''hnll. .1. 'Iur. llerdlaPutin Iuk. Hll".nMornan. I'lekl.,< Nezzle bees, Pearl King. J. Stern. W. A. boards bodi' s i ,!
"" Thnlniseon H. Vertle S. Frank Darner r.vl e. J. { Nt.rn, conslllutlonal "t, "taut'
I."a. Ih.hlun Hlrox. Kite The'.e..a e.r.
c.' Idnkins. 11.' Norn1L" \' 11. 'h.d. OIL "'IYII. Oeo. B. Moore, Leonard, V. I".klanl. Myra Lee r"I".er..' C. A Kite. Je..t.r fa) Smith. Ueor.l. Little legislative, execulve. juill i ,ilmintstratlve '<
Iavld,00.1'1'. .. Nawso'n Nn'IUI.. 1'.rry 'h.I. It.Mncis Flynn, Florence C. 1."r. Aubrey R. Itrllklnld. Clayton O. Jr' Klte Perry n.v"l Jr. f'II.Rb.th .nd .hlil pi'" ,tib
t ,lien. Annie A. a, Mike :. iltitie-,' ,
.. A. Ioy'e'Irl'l Sullivan. Jurisdiction
I m : ,1 P.t Mr. ( It.rl. A.U King. V. T. Jvau.n'"k power. ,
"al.y. .
S.V. Murrhfu, A. F.lo Mrs. LessleSullivan of such mum"?pal '
,' W,". f. rurt ... '1 rh.m".nl." A. A."Jdwl" FI.LlnlKal.. Cha Knight Julia Stansbury E. functon.
I.Jdw.r d .'IIUI. Lou Norman. Tmn 'h..on, I. n. .llk".r. 1.1 re. AmyMiicf" HerbertSauls 1" Thor. N. H.nurd.n legislative ,XKIIIUdlclal I.
"h L. IILnl.1 B.Pemler Kthel Mr. Pearl Me ..n.rlk. Katherine S. and .dmlnl.tralh.( ''Ir!
I. 'unrman. \
: Th.elo M..Klr.t AfinHhaKlte. 'SI.lh.
11"1. A'A K.ndrkk. ,
war'. ., \i. H. Jr Nnrs I.u.v '1"ml"n. f..u Muiu'y: : Wm. II. Jr. Seotl. Wilbur A. Hen fda menls and boards "< ,"infleers
Irel I';"ward... 11L Norman'. Lalie: J. 9'humpMnn, Ir". 1.10 Faulkner. MaryFaulkner Mundy, Leila Starling Vollle L.Manning Inr.1.1'rs.; ... Kicklltet'. Miriam Smith. W. I' : lo divide the Lit,int..oeluded I .. '
.: I'ul H. Jr. Normal. I.eon Terry. .. Jula I Cm'Iin, Montelth. Oavld A. !,.onlul., L. M. Jean Klte. Louise Smith. J. W. In such niunliilpnllt.v' t :mt"ordlnale ,
Is .:Iward.1.. ] Nation J. C. Tanner Ir.. "Vlvnn. Klllol Jumes Montelth, Mrs. Kathleen J. P. xruy JNathohenna 1 Bite. Alice Sweat. ..10"nauth.r' districts I and to pJust -cr
< J N armsn 1.1.1 FuU'h. l.rrll CharlesFlynn. J. C. Snpp. Ola Mae Jyal 1 Kuhr. A. I Jr. Riley and reasonable ay at'' 'm of t .
tlI\'I.'I.I :: : ( Norman.: JHerflrnlemrflrn : r..o': A[ir, 'oTi. L. Minion, W.rr.n. W. Storkwell. C. }.. J. N Klnlaw D. C. "weat.. LU< tlon for such munllpIII| )' and't

; ov.r.lr".t. .1 n 1..U1IIII. MyrtlceFreeman Manning, V.I F. Seymour, John M. .i' Kite.. Myra (Aire.) Smith. W. P. Jr.I.mplr. trlcls; and to 1"1.11

1'1 M. nv ..tr.et. Mrs. tussle .rnt"n. ( BessieFaulkner Math.w. Eugene L Smith. James F. I Jdrei Knight Daniel l Iha.pton. Bertha such municipality : '
Futrh. I.. I1. Paul. A. Tpvlnr' ,' NvlsiinFaulkner ... ArthurMHIIUHHII Itrokfeldt. It O. H C. Knight. N."nle 1. tI'h. Mr. Lula Bonded and other Indebbdu'Iurlusting ,
I"'V Della Terry, I'IlzebNh China Mine Hlnk.., Iob. I). I.nm"rk, N. L mlth. at the lime of th>' 'ai',''

.FII'h., lf"lrl. k9'evat( seniS TllnnpNou. \ I"'V .a"I. 1.J.. 10ntlol.ry. B. lit. Sweutt. '. IlldR ".111.w. n"rthy. Itrllkland jJ.Pya I art fluent of such mlnlcplllh'
'II'h. .. FuHgue, FloyeOuldlner Kvulyn A.Hiarllng. BernlceH. I .III\\ f. t i '
Harold .
Ferguson. V. R. peanuts. 0. "lln.. 1. J f !tarln. N.ly.I' .nforc."bl. 11111" 1
H. H. A. n. Raster A.Ill Manning J. Sharpe Kmmetl T. Pya I"Clara.. K.ndrle. .t.te theretofore I i
Fuitch'Inl"y.. U. E.: Jr.vl.t. ,It. II.y WIII"nl.Wlk".n.TucyFhitelt : Iff 111, Thus. ..1.Mreen. : Mlnery: henry C. Strickland.: Viola Myra 1..1.1.. Fiery. P.E. Smith t11h.. Mr..llnlu.. l.. I..gl"latlr. "hal. front. ,tlin. ti. '
Arch II.civen. Manasna, ( Edward Kil" "f said
Henry tso. Silcox, KverettManaBsu "Vil" Simmon. A. A. dele'mln.
P. J.
Frigo. Mr. J.ye. T'r.valt.Padgett. Harry'r."e. Wilkinson' TnwseyFrlgo Beni. LCleell. K.Voolfnrd Shaw Frazier J. 11dw S. Kelly."r'' I''h I. nlclpallty Is a rUI..1 IP, ,. ,t
( Ilmmnn.
Mldrln. Prevatt. Martha ( N. C). Munussa, Albert C. Hlokl.l. Hubert P. 11'1'01' I.urena.' Kite .o.eph. homestead In such rUI.11 n' <
tUY .Ief Wll'ln"o. Green' K'l'lle Henry A. F. Ju.e'hlne" Jr..lt Itlulh. .] not be limited as m, 'It','
r I O.
'L Itdwa
l"na.a. I"ul.
Futrh t Kite ,
II.1I ; ; I. htrt I Everett R.Ceen Matt M. LesterShuw ; W. Jr. Vlr.lnlu Cha. Such munlilpall" '
(riffle. H. Pence., 'A lh<" C y T. "cell. MorlRn. Kite. 8.Ndwa'd. town. ,
James H. luirenzu' Kdlth: V. Rdmudxnn, 'V. M tarlnlJn.. else all the powers of "' II "tlcorporation
P. vn b Sylvester .In'rleht. lo."y. I."tleI".el. Alva
,, (Irlffl. I. I. : Willie K.; .., Kugene S. W. ( D."en"'d.. II'Ulh. 1. and .il-" 't' "'
(]riffle' .. Pringle. \Vells. H.lriffis Iwily. 1.0. 'rler Lee. Il. I.. Pearl.. O. .h,1 I
( .Ioh" W. H. '. Women]. W. C.irifrla Green. A'I"' Matthews, Ida D. J. Edwards.. :r..11 Lee. N E. 1I"ontrn., Lester nixed as one of I IKI, I t' ,,1 I
Prevat. : 'h
( Riehnrd (t Hulll Wells. Mae l4ia.tlrtrfis 'J" i'rvll., Ilia Mae Jessie. (Oioen. FannlnOreen. M.o' eorl.lnu. Sternhtsrg. Ruth .. 1. 'V. 1.0.1.. J. H.D }[. and obligations of 1 ,q".hal ,
.r.ln. W"ol.n. Hnhlrt
1. Rosa M. MorrlHH, Sllcox, I.H.OV B.Stronmn. Ra, ..ylh.. Va be entitled to ,ill i 1\t h'? '
flrlrrh,. ..'.11. H. Phillips. Ii. 1. Wllkersnn. E. T.green L.na B"I. .o Lnnaford. Alice Tryson. Oen. A. .
Buddie 1ainwright. ( ,'lrrln. Lila Mendoxu, Th.lml Mrs. Flnl. I \. Th"n.lor.F"'II and prlvlleg. -,, in" I
/ Mab,1 hiaII '
latl. I 17 1."n. ,.
1. I.vat. R. .. : J I.RI""lr.n. .SlutI' I L -hl'
Mamie '
moon W. C' J."hil. It herea Ml If fin. Morgun" Snss9. Mah.1 T "1.ld M"H. Della Jas. $. resentallon In the .
.. leh.ul "lomaM. '
( Plllllins. .hbl. "Inw..ht.! Mrst.. W.Oritfls Green Mae Moore, ClurenceMurihee Ia'III. Mary IRld" 1. 1.le"'gr. A. Airs C. A. which would acci,' '. '"'' ,,
'Ifrl. 1111. ,
.1. Phillips. 11' I I'J. A. \Vlltcetwpn, A. ..fI 'iron Nelson T.. ; 11mml "" Aubrey t.wl.. I.. I.. "nlll..n. Shepi"rink n counljr. All prupiiM" .

I, Criftix, IL. A I'celo, J. '. WilkeennV.. N.Ondwln. llreen, lIIJI. Merrltt, J.. '. 1"1., Elma,1lern chivy; 1.111'1 Lilly. Huhy ." .. Hay County and of th m' .
MrCov I" Catherine H said shalli t i I' I
J (I. W M. ( J I'arllM I"'kw.l. ., Thornton.
1'lnKI. I WI".r."n. 'Ireeu. )"' II. II.Supp .,item tItus Lee. 1.1. nlclpnt' tied ?' '0 I
H. .
Rufnx I ( I'.arl. le' l.nry Henry Thomas eorloralol ,.
Lye. T T. '
0'.1. Ir.vA 11', 111 m. ''lust Rats, MMiRae .Plfer. henry C. as l 'I ii "
I \ T. .
(] I Iob..ta A. Mrs. Hester .
rctsu h. I. Cynthia 'h.ma. I
h. Wlk.r. '
({bins. 1"1. I.. P \ P. It.t I "..". lltlbyri JV.. Siisser, Fountain. Leelle .. J. (. Marl.I'a"I. the Clerk of the I'M 'd
CI"dwl". M"I. NVR "vRI.' F. W"I.h."I. I. I i'Iff IK. S. A. McKae. A. R stump KvelvnThonipxon. ,'I,0Iitain. F9'unk I.v.n. '0111'01.. A. Sheriff shall not I.e d''
P"HI'Lrvl. Frances
(] 1"H"'y N.d I. \\'lk"r.nn.. \F. Orlffls. AnmlaOlern M.L.ld.l. Florence' 1f. J. S. .. "Rth"yn" Lynn n. W. rhpoia.. the Legislature m.n I I''I'I I
(I.lrh. 111".1. O. It .. ". 'J. I.. )' W. K. McRae, Hn.1 M. Thonux, James H. 'or.yth..01 1.. ThIKP. 1..II..hFu.1 John I.. time when, and li'
'n .1 Irlrr., 111"y Prevntt.P""VlU. I."n.o Wlk.r",". harry "],'Ifr., Andrew J. MrOee. Thomas Archibald J. VI"I. 1,1111 .tint whih. such or.I!1'' ,
I. .. : ",.10. '"'
I K. I. Jr. 3I. 1.1mb. .
; .1. MiiN Smith 1Vtthld4VSiter{ 1'nn.l.Val.r Truby .Io..ph 1"\ James, 1. 1..n. lilrs. Laura "" ,
.la.kLn. 1.I? '" 'Irrl Owen W. I'. A. r..d"r. such officers and mss >
(,lakLists. J .1 I T. Waters. HI.helClrl" Ilrl..n< JIk ThnmuisVllilutn f..
l.rly 1''vII. lilna I '
Green Lloyd J. A. 13. Tvson, John Cher n. ( Lily additional powers i
( IheN. ChessVnlnwriaht. IhKlnn.y. h''fl" n. T.. ,
B C.r Lutes. 'h"lH.
.. hi'ahumOleen. I \V ." office shag I I. '
; A Tlinmaii, Herman county
(lriffis 1 little I Prevatt, ; r.y. N.rmln. : Or"el. I. F. Thomas. It M.
Oniffle; : : Walter Punnucr.lj rl"C E.Vyrlrk: John Pllflffis. lees A. N.I.on. O T. TomlliiKon, Henry Irren. it. ,. 1.lv".d.r.. .. ,JI. '1'01"' ". Violet ronsolldnted with '

; I'Innnner" Ah. II. \VVrich,. LOIN. H. ..Irlffls, Hudsonreen. Norman II.m I. 'hol"'. Edna B.Tlson 'I'P" .. John AI'e,1. '1.on. Julia without: makingperformance Pi"v' .
1.I.ha loci .. F. '
S. of nil '
f' Norman Rita H. .
Grlfflx r Prevatt Ruddy' ''lVllkin. Mr. : 'c..v John \ Thomas. I'"- U.O.lfl" .
I /rltfix:; : : Clyde:; Provntl.: : Runic.,: : A. 1..1' Kmma C. Norman, S Taylor Walter n.Thomas. "r..n. !' \urlln. N. \Y. ''4n. "'. B.Irlfrl. .gy n. hereafter prccrll. ",,i

lirlfriN. l'ul" I. A. Privet. n. i. \\ .IIIrIKht. MaUleIrlffl. A. F. Norman, T. N. Nathan N. ''.n.. ; Iln.el. V. ''hol""n. ('jur.eOl..on. performed by hl ,
( ... W. I. Pringle.Viildo YnuinR. O"orl' Tr. n'lrfl. Henry R N.w.tm. A. Thornton. Wm. K.Tlson. ( A. Ilnrla"Id" ,, '"" 1 I.J. Nothing contained 0
loseph 'rlll' '
II. Norman SullleThomatt "h".I"r' 'II..I. 1.1'la 1. feet Section ZO ')f ViConstitution
"hal. Wlla" C. C'
Godwin. Mr- Annie Loupadgett. 1.1" Yoneks. Wm. 181griffu' Orlffls. Nettles, W J. Kva: May 11.101. Col. C. Mal.lu ". .1. '.bo"... of the <' '

Truly "r"v.t. Tlsouna Yarborough. Kline F. Oreen. Ernest Nettles, RobertaNorman Thomas, Frank K 11.1. Pate 11.\I.oton. \V Nolla E. n. Telstone' Martha A. C'. except to such !I"'' "
Oreen: PurvisOIlHSOtl I.nnll l L. ThomaM. James Hi 1".Hett. ('Iyele f rr.) MI'dleton.' ns relate t>' Yegule'ICt' .
J.' Wlardlnvr *'I.w".thv. C. unwell Thornton. Mary C ... Etdry" 11.II.t'.. Badge 'lolp..f, (I.. llon and duties'.1 1 I incers. .
Precinct No. 2-Starke (North) Minnie I). Norman, M. Jr Thornton W. l'l.Urterr tirlffInvinla/ :Nathan. 1. 1'I.rhll.' .hn to ""mmIIO i
Martin N.! 2nd Nettles, HoraceNewsom. ''lcker. William U.lfl.. K. J.. Mu.ire" 1.II.w. Louisa B. grand ald p Jui' "i-
.1'.I..r.' Martin U. Sr. 1-dna Beulah 'Ifl. ttlgene t'iddlrtnn O.rahl F. "ll.w. MrN. and colluding tii\-- '
A.lkuis. Andrew 7. A..lr.w. Milton T'all. Hnlor1' wAI'arez .|-nr, ( C Newman. Mertle. Thornton, Carl I 10" I' J. Murphy' Hannah rtauna r. t'nc"'hil.. V. poses and to regul i'oompeiisatlon 1
M.lel.r..I., fleo A. ilrlffln. I P K "ewNap U '1'. 'Thornton William Mrs. Lois 'n..IL, Firs., : Vining L. D. of 4'"mi 1",
t Aii,.'1". J..1 A n.l.r.ll. Kva lilggs.' Kthel I II.lleiinett -enrge." It W. Normnn. Hu..rl Thornlon. lfavis'ritfis 1"1". A. I. 1.la A. A. law authorizing tl)"
All'unto. HI Joseph.f.rl| T.. A. .1. KverettHi John North 1'l. Thomas William Lee. mln,. Jesse. D. ManningV.. Firs. t.n. V..all.. P. M. abolishing of KM h !
AI\ii--a, It 'I.| Jr. Alvaren. ,. r... llrlttllrownlee. 'vI"'. 'V HPryanl vlffli.. J.I I HeOrcenl ,'orlh, Margaret K. Thornton. Liiry ".n'hr", J. rutnore ('Y. \'I.ro.John porn tlon pursuant' t

10 Alt .ire. M J. .:Jam1* Nf.Purn lola K.Blixter "-a .."". S.rmRn. R. M.Noearel. Thornton, Willis n'IUI. Cherles ( MIIletul.' Emma 1Vnchingtnn' w.Griffis shall beeomc op"ittuntil ','
Ah .ir. i. Aloiixn L. >, Anunl"rownlee. PnullneHunter. M D"rnthv Mae Thdtna", ("JladvsThornton luill. litre., FRY 'rl.n Mr. Anna Wesley approved b% .1
AI'tiI I: :.}, HrlttAilklns Crown: /,11i.W'; John M. Nancy Norman l.r'.t H. Alvie Lesery Oener :lt"h.l. M 1,1l1"'I.hllttOT.( qualified elect,m t P"
A 'I'
]. U.Iger. I. A. 1".1. election. held In -.1 i '
I Id11M| liessanr. A. Ih'uwnlee Marv II. n-lfriH. l'lnkl. Nrrnlal. Thornton Harley Fli.s $u.teVlRglns.. One, A. an
Ald'rn.l..ilV.. rtesHiint Altrnhatu n""lnl. Fred H.liryant. tr..n.VI.lf..d. 1"1101. John H Thornton. IrHn". Joh, I O. Manning. Pearls' J. (. so long a. su' h tri
\'ynl. 'I"l.eglslature
Iiora Hronke, Albert Nolan trh.r. Carrahell Tvson* HoraceThornton ,1"tln. H. r. Au.uIMt F. Eunlcelnluey Clan exists under ,. ,
lIAtlat I
t Alvarex; Rufus{ O OR.Hrvan.) A. J. .nkr, Jrnes f!. ta""nlph N"rnlln. Mrs Muriel ilenrgtaTvson Lee arlnn L. "'. Wilson.1.. Ira mav uin
.?".area, R. llenneit, Oils H Hunker Ilry A. f'n.ll. Normnn K **. Harry UThomim. ( talph Morgan Annlce Mr. the law authorizing '' I

AI ai.'i, .111.. H. H'onk.y. llerthuIiiownlee. Praivtley. Orirfls, R A.I'iskhiH Norman Sadie Allen W. 11""n. :..at.. (leonine W' 'VI.y. H. C.Irlfl. Ltt.h'lrrl. out referendum to f'11 '' (
Ah.li.".. Annie Maude I Nf.Pi "frown, Ancll M Cllreen NO"I'ln. \\ M. Teuton, Pearl' ( Leo lhtrgaret W1nn. ..I'kIrlfll. ers unless the IRRi'.Ii'! ,
Al n'.! llatlleAnderson .own lee. I Kllxill>.th'vinley P"V.I. Beckynrynnt. Floyd North v' N. Te.ton. T. T Leon. I".nnlnl.. (Tide \'II.y. Sewn vldlng for such aii. 10 l' ,n' r
Ida IHtrld. I. B I. "unrer:' t'. Dllalslop Nettles, I'' Taylor Mrs. LuvenlaThomas. I.Ulh.r Ward'rrn.(ha.. tension shall provide '
0 And, "V 1. A. (/. Pe-lslev.' .. "nv.l. J O.Hoyd. Hnn"er. J..p. I'. Norman, Fern M. Oen. WThmas 11""n. It L McRae FcFashh'n( Mike Cel."r. Wynn. O..le end ,.
C. H. C. ( Wilbur K. K'' ;
Alvarez Tate (}. "rl".un. T. A RebaRevant New..m. Victor Irlrn. Volley HernthiaGroen Approved June 4.
(}. Alidreu, KdlthAlal 'id' Kiirnest RavninndReusley. .,-".hy. Jsmeslunter Noegel, Jne Tutsn, R H. E. McKinney 'I.on..
>-a, I K V.Anderson tii.'le. John Mlr. II.Keasley Asa Reborn Myra F:. W n. Thomas. Karl 1. I. IIlKlnn.y.J.] I. 'VI, J'arlevnler.l. T.. '
AliceAUarex. Mull %'. MlllHIlrown timw.rt P.tta'ill. (h'.r.tr..t. ThomasV. Tetstnne, tl.o T. ; I M. M.H". 'hRa. At. Young.. .PI..t.r The votes cast In <-." (I" "
C Vlneetit Ij. Mllllncsant A I'-vnn, Julia Miirla K. ( v.r..trr.t. William J. I'n.l.rlil. In.d"an. R".a McKinney Melvin Young. J.n"lteUlrr.U. said proposed amendn,""' ,' 'I' :.

II AIvar.z. Mis KmmaAhiirox. '.1 iL P ",' """, Queen K. 1.1'1' J. A. IVNeal, Th"mal l'nlerhl. Walter t."rte. J. W. !('lnn.y. Carl Young. Herman if.lriffis canvass, ".. ,
I.J\'" liurefoot. ei.net.' KlniallPrownlee. I A. A. lldom. II C. Me H, Earnest 1lcKllnry. thereof .d.ciarallon' .
Alvnr-s.' H. II. Barefoot, tta'y I.tta ,,t. I. S om.. illrtdysIk'Neal. 1'nderhlll.. Vasco ( Marlon l n. Rlrn.y E. Young. 'ora L same reg.latlon" ami _, ,

Andtsr.nu, J. I. (Sam) Itockvlmilll. AIWI.trlvll.e.. 1 Ho1nt"worlh. Rov I-nderhlll.{ Paul (hurls. Rosa JlcHa". lh.1 Z.III.r. Ihndl\ are provided by la"J" .1,,'
Ahat.O. Leon B. PI.k.'v' ,, .1...,. M.. : Orar'I. ii'Xeal. Amanda Wall Wm. L. .1.Uona In the Arata ;
AhrendtAdklns Oerhart Bishop, Harold AHuzel I'ummlngs' J. H. Ovemtreel Mae xv |nwrlght. N. D. Precinct No -I Graham TEHTIb0N'h WflHrN
ll.hu,.. Nina Richard{ Cooper I. lunl"y. (i. IVNeal.. C. I>. White Olin W. I have her"'"' I '
Alford, Klveta H.nn.l. Mrs Annie Mae(roHliy, Rufus M. "Il 1.1.. C. Powell. Robert Wall. Albertlls K.Williams. and sUN I'I

{ .ndr"w. Wesley' Luctan'trosky. Ruth (ol.y. Jnhn F. Hodges" 1..1., I 1'"w.l. Luther r}. ThomasY. Abernathy, F. T. Call, i u Drat Mrs. TV.. deal of the Si I'. ,
Hrymer. A. ( L. K Abemathy. M. Card Call, E. Tallahao" s .
Iv.r. Wllllrt ") Mrs.
W. M. Powell. Luther C.Yllllamv, Thos R )01' P. M. This ,1.
Alvarez, Barnes, .Iam T. "Cone lleitrgeroshy n"Ilnl.worth. Dyal. the let '
Onl. Abemathy, V : :
,' II. It "'nt. M. : N. J
Anril-w-i, M"dt.. itai ne., Dllllr V (- W. T. 'I"llal., ..v"t. W.lnwrl.ht. Abernathy, U'r.D'Novla') J. n "II l V D. 1936
< $.
'. May
Alvarez" Charlie Varn-H. \ I. (Connor I N. Dyal ." Carla
Asrli win.,, Brown, Henry KAv (: t Ifi.,-..y .lames M, .'r.vat. Settle White, Cleo CIlno.l lrou.hlon. "hert. W. Dyal .J.rvln: Fogg. MII''Jv (SEAL y

[ : ryd.n-Eiab.th; (:'" "; : HA'. .f "t
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Adklns, 1.1''n' 'nee E. Barker l."venl. ." 'h.". It 1'I.le 1'"w.l. John 1C.lutih '\'all Miirln F. rlffln ;-Hattie s.cr.
And. Loruy. lr.uklngs, .nk 'I., ..\\ Zarjr .son. Clarence: O. l'ILtee. Fred J. \, Noble (Continued on Page Six) ..1.ntIO-3


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Bradford County High School Journal

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I OCTOBER 23. 1936 ...- _.__.- .. _--- _.' : .

EDITOItJ.\L STAFF Society Best Book Day I Interesting Notes Eighth Grade

EI'ITORINCHIEPVDUIINIA i, FUGATE Virginia Alvarez and Jewel Gas- In Senior HighThe Studies GardeningFor
; I The junior class has $6.37 ELEMENTARY ESJ j\ I
sett went to Waldo Sunday. \,
EDITOR which we think Is very good for
LITERARY HEMINGWAYsOCIET Jessie Mae Brannen went to WllIlston English Department of one month's work. the pest week\ our grade has

JlARTtLE Sunday. Bradford High observed Book Day studied gardening in a general
October 15. 2. The History IV class has collected.
EDITOR Doshle Smith Edna way. First soils were
Pearce. and
KILONGSWORTH Miriam Guy went to the Florida- There was a number of attrac- made posters which' on the RevolutionaryPeriod placed In jars classified and labeled. : FIFTH CSRADB !MAOK< :MONKY' \ Book Shower ForFourth
fLORIED tive are very Next methods of testing
Stetson game Saturday. posters and booklets placed on FOR liBRARY BOOKS
SPECIAL REPORTERLOIS Harriet display in Mrs. Long's home room 3. The Spoken English class is seed were discussed and Illustrated. Grade
Bishop went to Jacksonville
JUDD Saturday. There were many booklets ofinteresting very enthusiastic about the playsIt Pocket gardens were then planted Pupils of the fifth grade made I
Intends to produce. student the results I of the fourth grade attended -
.-.- poems which caused by each ; and sold candy nuts and sand- Mothers
CALENDAR OF EVENTS Lillian\ Moseley was In Gaines- the observers of the display to notice 4. John Inman Mac Davis and were most surprising. Frank HemIngway wiches Wednesday and Thursday a book shower on Thursday

Monday ..- Student Council-Jr. ville Sunday. them. Some of these were en- Graton Cooper. former B. H. S. an embryonic scientist The total amount received was two afternoon at 4 o'clock at the horn

glee i club-Boys Basketball Katie Fugate, Virginia Fugate, titled: Poems I Like Best Interesting Indents gave some Interestingtalks won distinction by his bean stalk dollars\ and sixty-one cents. The of MIllS Adklna. The home room

prIJ at 7th period -Girls at and Margie McMillan went to Poems Worthwhile Poems and to different classes' Tuesday. which In some respect, equaled the money will be used to buy books I mothers. Mrs. Price Mrs. Whit-
,ractlce Jacksonville one In the fable about a boy named field, and Mrs. Futch acting as hos
Girls class period. Friday. Poems That Appeal To )Ie. The 5. The seniors are sorry to lose for the library. Mrs. Hart was
IIOOD- booklets were made of different Jack. the to buy the tenses Many lovely books were
Girls basketball prac- many Elvln Jones, who has moved and selected as one
Tuesday noon.-B. H. S. Pep Club Juniors Made and attractive colors. 'will enter another school. I We are now studying hot-beds. booka. donated and will be used In the
Ice at I and flats. This work Fourth Grade library. Games and
Some of the cold-frames,
H. 8. Journal very Interesting Woodrow Thomas has returnedto
7th perlod.-B. i 6. Dr. Davis, lecturer complimented -
acts $4.07 Editorials Is that of us contents were enjoyed throughout
:30.WedneadaYGlnla. on MagazinesThe included: Good Citizenship so practical many the fifth grade after being in
meets 2: Bradford High School on I after whclh the hon-
mb for the Blind are planning home gardens. the afternoon
Eyes -
Glee Club 6th Tranquility Its good deportment and behavior. Gainesville for several day tenses served refreshments of
\ junior class had a meeting and Friendship's Road. Grace Dew.who has been absent
a reporton
Glee Club 7th pe- Donald Bagwell gave and cakes.
>rlodBoys 7th in Mr. Benson's home room, Tues- There were also many posters with an Injured foot is much improved Cardinal In the regular class punch
Practice perlod.PC. the
jd. Girls day morning. The secretary reported depicting scenes from the books and will probably begin afternoon.Mrs. Those Invited were: Mrs. S. A,

P. C. Clubs meets Wednesday, a net profit of $4.07 madeon they represent, which attracted Dramatic Club school again Monday. meeting. Hart Wednesday ordered some beautiful Weldon, Mm. C. A. Jones Mrs.J. .

M. Moncrlef Mrs. C. A Futch.Mra. ,
I ISO much attention.
the .
magazines.The Ninth English Helen Dowiing wan elected sec colored bird posters for the
Thursday! Girls Basketball president As a whole we feel that Book retary of our class at a called meeting Ethel M. Biggs.\ Mrs. C B.
suggested having
Commercial room. Price. Mra. Sid Grlffls, Mrs. Bry-
at noon. Day has been profitable interesting
practice a benefit bunco party in the near Our class the ninth English Monday. She takes the place I Eloise Bullock's and Fay Yarbroujh' -
meets 7th period. enjoyable and it Is the best I I an Whltfleld Mrs. V. B Harrell'
ClUb of Wilder who has moved selected
future to with Kathryn were
help the finance of class has organized a club In our drawings
Mrs. C. II. Crumpler Mrs. Nelson
FrIday Assembly.EUITATIOV Book Day that Bradford High has
-' our class. ever had. room called "The B. II. S. Dra- as the best In the room for last Green, Mrs. Albert Anderson Mrs.
Our reporter was ill last week
MASTERS Since there waa no more busi- matic Club. week. Hogan Smith Mrs. Edith Mose-
EVERYTHING ness to be discussed the meetingwas \\K UONDEllIIYt\ Officers: and for that reason we are not rep Tho room was given two new ley and oth..rs.We .
resented In the B. II. S. Journal in the week.
Lillian potted plants past
adjourned. Stump got a permanent. President-- Tommy Rltch.
have a now pupil E L.
I think an education Is very Billy Powell goes to Hamptonso Vice President: Arch Thomas. this week.Mary The class has been collecting pic Johns, a transfer from Graham.
Loralne Stockwell,
eportant: during one's lifetime. OCR PET DOG often. Secretary: Jean Davis. turea of the New England group
8th Grade. Our chapel programs are> growIng *
II it the only way In which you At our home in Missouri we bad Geraldine Johnson Is wearing' a Treasurer: Marian Dowlinir. Reporter. of-- utaten for ireoirranhv.Lola more interesting. In chargeof 'r

can invest your time during your a pet dog, her name was Bonnie.In ring on her left hand. Reporters: Nettle Dowling and I ---- Howard' Manning: Tyler charnel lust week were Oleetit. -

arly y as.nd. be certain, that !, 'h* wnter time we would have Katie likes to go to Gaines Thclraa G '!klr.s.! .{.CHARACTF.R: ",.ttuo\IT4.1Viio.Viu r'l'u.'ui, -.P:. *reen gave Literature splendid reports clasH Green and Gloria Price. After the -

PM' o.; .. te&If* MX'-Zg: }.rffc::sr.'' 0.. *..t ticu.ii, playing in the snow ville. The purpose for this club shall on stories In Lord's Prayer and Flag. Salute we
If you are shy and lonesome, geta with her. Sometimes she would Clarice and Elaine drink so many be to promote practice In public For the past weeks we have been Thursday afternoon.The were have one short number a poem,
education. You are wrong in get on a trail of a rabbit and we coca-colas at a certain drug store. speaking, promote training In leadership following\ paragraphs
having some splendid In class''lh \ story or song.
your idea. If school means to you would help to chase it, sometimesit Philip Mantissa was on the honor and developing Initiative the different home rooms.programs Local written In English I IJkt" :not, Here Is a. story written by one

wrely hours and hours of hard would run into a hollow log, and roll the first month. promote Improvement In English. Oitiiit' of
Education Week observed and our
was I like best is "Hop
work. School offers the dearest then we would catch the rabbit. CVIIAT Every student of the class Is an The game boya.My Pet {'OCUII

thing In the world, and that is We bated to go off and leave WOIJU HAPPEN IF: active member of the "B. H. S. I I many Inspiring talks were given Scotch." I like the other person have at home. He
didn't walkto concerning this subject. There When I start, I try' a pet coon
Edna and Francis "" to start first.
You make frIends at her, because she such a Dramatic Club.
Headship.( was good- is with fur anda
were discussions on the evils don't succeed. a large coon long
!school. and these friends lighten natured dog. We often think, of school together. We hope that our club will car- many to win but I always tall. He Is playful.
of Alcoholic Inus Prescott bushy very
Orthma Nortman were not late Beverages. When I graduate twice I am
lonely hours. her, and wonder if she is being ry out the purpose.
your i do tricks. lie
coon can
twelfth student My many
to class. grade gave through; and Home times I have
Do you wish to succeed In busi treated w,.ll. Someone would donate all the Our club meets. every two weekson I some Interesting points on char. won the game.Ifcwrtpt'lon ran drink coca-cola out of the

:0055? Of course you do Nowa- -Margie Mathews, 7th Grade money to the Juniors for the sen Thursday.BIOGRAPHY. acter traits. All students in 12A bottle. This coon of'mine can run

lays, when so many business men ior affair. checked themselves to see how of Knthlrrii Htovkwrtl around on a round stick

in demanding college graduates, JokesMrs. Everyone would be on the honor NOKHEI.'OFtOSWEI.L many of the character traits each The person has a round face hazel Ills name la Mickey. I named

!tow high In the world of business roll this month. ) before Christmasin obtained. We found that all\ of us eyes blonde straight hair, fair him after Mickey Mouse.

to you honestly believe that any. Not many days needed to Improve. Mickey will eat any thing, He
Dot Bishop would ever get In a complexIon. and a pleasant expression
I Peek "Francis I must 1919 Incident
: say the year an occur
one will go who has not even a The Is about four liken crackers and drinks.
this cooked doesn't hurry. Influence the rest person
pudding red which will
lib-school diploma? If you hope you to C.P.C. CLUB ElECTS OFF1CF.H! tall.\ -
I Gainesville weren't close > feet anil" nix Inches
taste very well. of the life of Mr. and Mrs. Noe- HKt'ONlt )KAI>K NEW
::0 lII reed In business, get an edu- Starke. JUNIORS! JOIN C.I'.C. I'lAUl By Fay Ya brough, Age 10.
ntlon Francis: "All imagination, Mother gel. Thefr son, Roswell was bornon Miss Kitty Hogsed, Teacher

it said in the book that the C December seventh In Moultrie, After reading so many good bird
Do you wish to succeed In life? ; BIOGRAPHY OF The C. P. C. club held Its week- The lassie I Like ltr..t
tastf excellent." Ga., just eighteen days before stories in our reader, we decidedto
fOIl do( without a doubt. But was STEPHEN O. DENMARK ly meeting Wednesday aftqrnoonat ; The game I like best Is "Big
: Christmas. He was the most pre. make bird booklets. We each
!low can you succeed without the the regular time. Business." I like to play It because .
Motorist: "These chickens in the Stephen George Denmark, or S. cloua gift anyone received that have a set of bird pictures that
aid of friends, without social acIMty The club the and also
elected following use money you
road cause a lot of accidents." G. as we all know him, is one of day and a source of pride for his you were sent to us with two beautifulbird
and without an eudcation. officers: play with dice. The game lasts
of 1936-37 in Bradford family. churls. We are proud of
Farmer: "But not as many as the seniors very
(CcI>to school aa long as you pos- President: Katie Fugate, Vice- about three hours. Six can play;
beside the driver." School and the son of Mr. P. school them.
the chickens High Before his career began
. rttly can. Your has President Hilda It Is to learn.
city gener- : Wyrick, Secretaryand the game very easy
of the Den to
S. Denmark, an owner Roawell romped and played with We have begun decorate our
wily provided schools In which Treasury: Ethel Taylor. We have not ever finished but
THOUGHTS FOR TilE WEEKA mark Furniture store in Starke.S. his brothers and sisters. He got room for Hallowe'en. We have a
all IU boys and have Hilda talk at time. You have
girls an equal Wyrick gave a on one game a
not cause an ,, 18 1918, in thrills out of life and very large Jack-o-lantern in the
opportunity to try for a high- joke may enemy G. was born May many enjoyed the Florida State College for Wo- to throw the dice to nee who is
but often loses a friend. event occurred childhood. front of our room and a lar&eblack
Lake Butler. This an unusually happy
Ktool diploma. Don't neglect men. ThIs club Is to help pre going to be first. It Is a very interesting -
, w opportunity. Remember that Success comes in "cans" not just about six months before the When he was six years of age pare each member for college and game to play.Margaret cat In the back.
"cants."" Armistice was signed and was a Roswell first attended school at Each month we make a spelling
education .
masters everything.Ethel several colleges were discussed.The Strlngfellow
Incident to the Denmark Cedar Key. He was neither bash booklet and, on Fridays we write
Taylor. To have a friend, be a friend. rejoicing required subjects for college -
S. G. resided In Lake ful nor self-confident and his first our lesson for the week in It. We
end of family. discussed and SECOND iJRAUiS
When you get to the your entrance were
and then he at school was success are all trying to make one himdredx -
: tie the knot and hang on. Butler for five years year very arrangements are being made for Teacher
rope Mrs. Biggs,
ARMOURS BIG CROP At the ful. He completed the first and on our papers for the booklet
moved to St. Augustine.
II Cooperation is spelled with two each pupil to take these subjects. I We to get more books
are trying
FERTILIZERS: & FERTIUZER of six he began his first yea.rschool second grades the same year. At the end of each month
age The club decided to extend the
letters W. E. I for little Library. We sold
MATERIALS our take them home. Our October
of there. He attended schoolin When he was eight years of age I we
Big- Cash Discount to Life begins when you begin it.JiTTEHTIOW St. Augustine for four years Roswell moved to Bradenton and. prlvldego of membership to the candy on Tuesday and bought booklet bus an ugly old witchon
members of the class who
junior with the We are
Commlwilon Merchants and !...... and then his father moved to Day- attended school there one year. Interested In books money. it. We hope the witch doesn't
Farmers Associations are being prepared enjoying making Hallowe'en Lanterns the hundreds away!
school ROBwelllnhl'rlted scare
G. attended From his
tona, where S. parents for college when they finish high
I. L. HAKREU, Agent for one year. His father remained a gypsy spirit and desire to move school. It Is that too. C
Fla.666S. Important Juniors All Aroldent This Utuiin I like IhittThe
Lawtey, In Daytona and returned from one place to another, so at
only one year and sophomores know the requirements One day I had an accident with game. I like best la "Play -
again to St. Augustine. S. the end of the year he moved to
for entrance to college.I my bicycle. A car ran into me founo" because wo put on our
school here for two Lake At the end of that
attended City.
'Ri If G. and that they enroll In proper I I and knocked me under the car. I mother's dresses, shoes and stockIngs -
and then moved againto he moved to Starke and has
years they year classes. The club members are enthusiastic got up and I was so nervous I We play with our dolls.
Butler. He attended school attended school here the rest of)
: Lake about the club and its didn't know what to do. The man chairs, and tables. We have doll
When fasinE S her for one year. the time at Bradford High, last
COLDS 10... It _..k... work. that was driving the car was nervous bells and doll clothe As soon aa
Tr..doa... S. G. was then in the eighth but far from, least. ---. too. The next time I ride we have our play house made we '

LlQrto IAL\Jol_ -TAHI.KT9 NOSW Ilrxlnchr.fleet.dar. 3O 'WHO DU..D"ID.ar..d.. grade. He completed the eighth During his grammar school of his Wheat farming employs more my bicycle I will look umi listen tart playing. We always have a -

DROPS .. "00. grade successfully and then mov- years Roswell was president persons throughout the world than before I start across the street. cry nice
1'rr "Iub.My.Tiam"j'uId. .u..t. and has been living class In the sixth seventh and time.Mary
ed to Starke does any other paying occupation. Eitsino Bullock. Jr Caldwell.
_ Liniment here* ever since. eighth grades. He was a brilliant

Bradford student and was on the honor roll -
WIFE WIHS FIGHT When S. G. started to .. ... ._
times during the past few ----------------------- -
High School he began In the ninth many

TO GET BACK PER grade. He was well liked by all the years.

.",tort,. ,......p!.a.aM Red Cruel L.... students because he was cheerfuland Roswell attended summer schoolin &
.,Tabl.- ha.. brought new ...er," toOUtoel cooperative and bad a kind 193& and Is now a prominent Sistrunk' Feed & Seed

:! >rom ,eon.llpatlon.uluKglnh run-down Relict poctpl I. prompt mif71 I word for everyone.S. member of the senior class of 1936-

.r ?nt I 0. noQ-hablt-formlnr. nonuiweUlinc.lunoiu G.'s best liked subjects are '37. He Is a mem+ier of the Consti-
; Rod CKW mark on th pmckLi I
: .. : and economics. He tutional Committee of the Commercial -
! y .ur guerant. Only 2. FnWrit. salesmanship
Red Orou Rwnedlo BopU has the ability to be a salesmanand Club and chairman of the
",nvm) Fla.. mnkor of Rid Cruel
i. "1'Red 01"0'Chill end F.vir Tonlo this is his ambition when he Conservation Committee. He is
III loot.104..d Cram. Rub for unbura. alblo'- -I completes school. active in other school activities.

lUularpltJD.. Roswell reading, especially GROCERIESCORN
- His one dislike is conceited people. enjoys

His hobbles are swimming, books pertaining to a medical

. . . going to picture shows, playing career. After h . .11./. . . basketball, baseball and football.He school he plans to attend collegeand

.., Is a good sport whether he wins study medicine. Ills chief '

or loses.S. ambition i.i to become a doctor. No. 2 Can 3 f for 25c I SALMON 2 Cans f for 24cM
G. Is now In the twelfth grade.It We wish him success on his jour '

will be only a short time until ney through life.

I he has completed school. Then he --Madeline Crosby,

I will begin his vocation and I hope ... HUN MAID UF.LIOSTF.:

be is very successful.By I MY Tl'KTLKS I RAISINS, 2Pkgs. t9c PRUNES, 2 Lb. Pkg. 16cSIrNPIIIINE
Ethel Taylor. This summer at the lake I hada

lot of fun painting, and selling '
turtles. I dldn.t paint their booms ,,- :. No. 2 CAN TOIU'T;

because they would be on the TABLE PEACHES _. tOe TISSUE, 3 for tOe
DAIRYMEN sand and people wouldn't see that

x part.My: cousins came down from TOMATOES, No. 2 can 7c ARGO PEAS, No. 2 can t4cCUf'OltNI.

Ocala and spent a month with

Grandma. We had fun trying to
\ E'VE GOT NEWS FOR YOU! Something that'snever row a boat through Uncle Frow's .\ ILl SlY

been done before in the history of the MILK dairy (.G,1s--w.Ht1. trash pile and catch turtles. We BLACK EYE PEAS, 2 lbs. t5c LIMA BEANS, 2 Ibs. t5c :

industry. Ice an amazing offer of MORE! had luck this summer we didn'teven c

INSURANCE".-exclusively on Purin Cow Chows! MIINOLElACKS see a moccanln. One day we

It assures you more milk from your cows. It caught seven turtles Including a PEANUT BUTTER, Jar __ t5c I. POTATOES, 10 Lbs. 25c '

assures you that you can feed Purina Cow Chowsat ON VILLE little baby one.

We bad rainy and stormy weather
no extra coat. .

This isn't just mere claims or some bold talk. FLORIDA a lot. Once a table was wash COFFEE 2 25c COMPOUND LARD 2 lbs 25c
It's a. written ironclad "More Milk Insurance CHAtLIC CIINM.Mimn. ed from Penney Farm up to the cans ,

and md trash pile. L. A. and I thoughtif
black gO4i't
in OUR hdtvGJo4
agreement. It's down on paper and most It i MII.T ol pS Inpeetcoci do. nod.,., we could move it up to the trash l'RINCEALBERT rAJlfCY
white. It's backed by one of the oldest loc.i.d aM li...*
sd-ices.Ioni4l'i h..i pile we would have a pier and if
reliable organizations in the country. It means ml JowMotn l.om.IU.( Evemy >oo. nIb we saw a turtle we could get It TOBACCO, can lOc ONIONS, 5 Lb. tOe '

"hat it Mo other dairy feed is offered to you Sib ..J ihawcr, iou ll echO t ti.'..
says. tell .ss. tnd colinf fcc....vey UJ wet cone.iI quickly.
on such a liberal basis. Come in and let us mis,., ..J lmfi idiMl ,s.dtag Luep.. Toward the last of the summerwe

you all about this liberal "More Milk Insurance Alt CONDITIONED caught nearly all the turtles in SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c FANCY RICE 5 Lbs. 25c

offer so that you may know the many advantages COCKTAIL LOUNGI COfFII SHOP Uncle Frow's trash pile and paint ,

it holds for you! r- Patiw B.h-i ed them, gold and black then turned *

I 75 Roo.. SI oe so Roes. 12.50 1 1I them loose again. After we
SISTRUNK FEED AND SEED STORE I 40 ROOM SIM t4R..MS)50I I II saw each of them about five times
I >O tupli aM. w4 ftiiM 9.ti S4jOOI I BUY PECANS
did see them any more. WE
STARKE, FLORIDA ___SMtMKMbt*<*< I we never
e.t.f i t youMB H.I.I. It was getting cooler and rainy so

. . . "ijSAsaju OttO?0CG..e wa laid "goodbye to the lake. I
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I I Cbe secured for part of the winter's r ones in whom ,
"r't': t W. M. V.HoldsBusineM8Program Miss' Snyder EntertainedMiss : Hallowe'en Carnival Missionary: Society Janette PriestCelebrates ,I I program Come and suggest the,1 ested you '

MeetingThe At Woman's Club I Gives Successful Birthday 1---------- 1
Louise Snyder, who left .-
business and program meet- Suminy to spend the winter In Los The annual Hallowe'en masquer- Table Tea Little Miss Janette Priest cele- I N -

ing of the Baptist W. M. U. was Angelea Cal, was honored Satur- ade. and party will be held at the The table tea given at the clubhouse brated her sixth birthday Monday M I r

held at the church Monday after- day night with a surprise fare- Woman's Club Friday night, Oct. Tuesday afternoon by Circle afternoon with, Mr.a and party Mrs.given E. by C ERT..lili .
'well party. Ageratum, coral vine, 30, at 7:30: o'clock. The party this Number Two of the Woman's Missionary her parents
noon with a large attendance. Priest.A .
and pink roses were used effectively year, under the auspices of the FI- Society of the Methodist
:;. devotional was conducted by Mrs successful affair; color note of pink and white
in decorating for this lovely occasion nance Committee of the Woman's Church was a
L. G. Powell, assisted by Mrs. R. Club, Is to be In carnival style; both from a social and a fInancial was carried out In the decorations

A. Thomas. After a pleasant evening Mrs. with an appeal for both young and standpoint. The circle's finance and refreshments. The lovely pink
of Mrs. H. B. and white birthday cake was a gift
old. committee, composed
The program was In charge of A. F. Sauls, assisted by :Mrs. L. D.
Circle No. 1 with Mm. Powell leader Green and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly, There will be side shows, a fishpond McLendon. Mrs. B. M. Montgomery of Mrs. Albert Keen.
assisted by Mrs. J. M. Brownlee nerved a salad course to friends a fortune teller, a chamberof and Mrs C. L. Stockwell, capably; After playing many delightful
and Mrs. Thomas. The topic was who spent the evening with Miss horrors, a country store and a managed this pretty event and games the honoree and guests were I
"W. M. U. Tlthers." The business Snyder. cake walk. Homemade candles, they were assisted by Mrs. E. S. served Ice cream and cake. 1 ; 1NDAN
,r meeting was conducted by the Ice cream and pink lemonade will Matthews, Mrs. O. L. Beasley. Mr. Those enjoying the afternoonwere aF
President, Mrs. A. M. Darby. She be sold. Prizes will be given for E. L. Matthews and Miss Kate Billie Smith. Norwood Gull-
reported that a Y. W. A. Auxiliary Mrs. T. J Griffin spent Wednes- the best costumes and free enter- Struth. ford, Emma Jane Beasley, Shirley
d: had been organized with twenty- day in Jacksonville with her tainment will be provided for all. The auditorium of the club house Montgomery, Rebecca Simpson,
right! member j daughter, Mrs. C. C. Mendoza. The games and contests are be- was elaborately decorated In keep- Madge Brownlee Monty Hutch- .,
ing planned to amuse people of all Ing with the Hallowe'en Idea, orange ings, Barbara, Patsy and Carolyn '
grace distinctive flowers ages; and a special effort Is being and black being the colors Keen, Evelyn Newsom, Margaret : : ," i'i'4 i'I
made to get adults as well as chil- used. Black cats, bats and owls Monteith and L. J. Kite ,,' ,
cherry at herschel dren to attend, and for all who were placed In conspicuous place Mrs. Priest was assisted in enter- : I

v,. I Jacksonville I will, to go costumed or masked. and yellow Autumn flowers were taining the guests by her mother,
used in profusion. I "
phone 7-2129 Mrs. 3. W. McIntosh. ,
Receiving at the door were Mrs ::1'
smart renter pieces unusual corsages Benefit Bunco Party
A. Wood, president of the W. M.
flowers for gUts The Junior Woman's Club will S., Mrs. B. M. Montgomery, Mrs. Cultural GroupTo
sponsor a benefit bunco party and H. B. McLendon and Mrs. C. L. Meet At ManseThe :
dance at the Womart's' Club, Friday Stockwell. Mrs. A. Z Adkins, Miss \
night, October 23, at 8 o'clock. Amelia Ray and Mrs. E. L. Mat- Educational Committee of ..
ANNOUNCINGTHE Tickets may be obtained from thews seated the guests at Individual the Woman's Club urges every ::=r /
member of the club, and -
anyone .
members of the club, or at the tables, which were centered by .
else interested In promoting the
small vases of orange colored cos
PURCHASE OFMITCHELL'S community educationally and culturally M
mos.Mrs. to' meet at the PresbyterIan -
A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. F. /
door.RITZ Manse Thursday evening, October -
H. Long composed the program
22 at 7:30 o'clock, to discuss y
: THEATRESTARKE i commitee, and Mrs. Adkins presented I
DRUG STORE the following: plans for the coming season. III II
t Instrumental solo by Mrs. Ti. A. The chief objective of this com- i
Canova, "Lotus Land" (Cyril mittee is to stimulate all phasesof "''''
Iii cultural activities in our com-
PROGRAM Ben- munity, such as book reviews and ,
Duet "Billy Boy" by Billy
CARPENTERDRUGGIST I ITIiUnS.I music appreciation groups, and art
lion and Margaret Monteith, accompanied -
D. P. nl., OCT. 22-23 i by Mrs. Jeanette Kin- exhibits.
caid. These youthful singers are Outside speakers and artists will
FOR .1. M. MITCHELL FOIL 23 YEARS "Fury"Spencer third grade pupils in school.
c Chorus, "Oh, :My Goodness!" by
t Sjl\l la KidneySATURDAY Tracy Joe Monteith, Shirley Montgomery, WANTEDMan s
Ona Demorest LeRoy Harrell, ti:
THIS STORE WILL CONTINUE TO BE OCT. 21 Claude Johns, Rebecca Simpson, : Who Knows FarmsOr \

Emma Jane Beasley, Billy Smith HUH dealt with farmer to lint I \
KNOWN AS :MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE Double Feature : These little folks are Mrs. Kin- (country Iteal Ktttiite and show .,I
:caid's first grade pupils at school. mime. to our customers.. 73,000 i. I IT. .

AND ITS TRADITIONS OF FAITHFUL "Arizona Raiders" I I Harry Vocal Benson duet-"Carmeta"and Mrs. -Ethel Mrs.JlI.i J.. this Strout. Fall catalogs and Winter.will be YOU mailed should out .
Blister Crabbe
make anise and make if
accompanied by Mrs. H money you REiD
SERVICE TO THE PUBLIC CON- -\No- i Biggs list farms. groves & hornet now.
,FILL Clifton Brown. scores of our men earn $1000 to
"Speed"James The guests were served hot tea, $5000 annually. Quick action neeSTKOUT LAUTERBACH
TINUE AT THE SAME HIGH STANDARD Stewart saltines and a oleverly arranged e8H1UY. will be at our store
fruit salad. Favors
AS IN THE PAST THIRTY YEARS. SUN.-MON., OCT. 23-28 were miniature black cats. Serv- /
ing were: Mrs. W. A. Bessant, Jr.,, B. M- Johnson, District. Mgr October 26th & 27th
"Pigskin Parade"Stuart Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Misses Dot DE LAND FLORIDA
Erwin Bishop, Carol White, Mary Loraine to hold a Special Display of
YOUR CONTINUED PATRONAGEWILL Arline Judge Stockwell Katie and Virginia Gentlemen's Fine Clothesfor

Fugate. ; { Fall and Winter tailored.
TUES.-UED., OCT. 27-28 I The tea was given for the benefit -
BE APPRECIATED of the Church School Building to-measure.You can choose
"Public I
Enemy'sWife" fund and the amount of $31.63: was from bolt samples of smart

I realized. est new fabrics and 'enjoythe
Pat O'BrienMargaret service of a fashion and J
Young WomenOf
IJndtteyH {
Baptist Church fitting expert. !
H! "lmm"I1I'! i '''i'' ''i''' ''''gnI"' '' ''flunuammI!' !''
_._ .. Organize Uprightsand
At a meeting held last Friday Grand PianosALSO
night at the home of Mrs. R. A. I
IT WILL Green the Young Women's Association -
of the Starke Baptist Church
was organized. Hostesses and i PIANOSA STORE J:
y SU
: counselors were Mrs. Green, Mrs. Price for every Pocketbook t"
COATS T. K. McCIane, Jr.? and Mrs. H. I LILLIAN'S A STARKE FLA.I >
T. Hall, Jr. I
The following officers were MUSIC STOREOpp. ,
elected: Mrs. Paul Raymond, pres- I : "
Florida TheatreGAINESVILLE j II?,;. .1'.",. .. '.. ..',.f'"" ',: .;;" "!! .
first ., : ""." o
SEE OUR ident; Iona Tillman, vice-pres- I" W, ": 1'11'''1."I"1/I/
ident (fellowship); :Martlle I
RECEIVED. NICE, WOOLEY FABRICS GUARANTEED sr s;' tit ingway, second vice-president -
(membership); Marion Herberger,
TO SHUT OUT THE FROSTIEST COLD third vice-president (devotional):

: Essie Coleman personal serv- GREEN'SSTORE

DARK AND DESIGNED TO GIVE YOU SERVICE urn. ", ? I I, ice chairman; Edna Hutto, Lillian L FISH lb. 8cPHILIPPINE
Stump, Juanita Barefoot and Aria
THROUGHOUT THE LONG WINTER MONTHS, TIllman, flower and visiting com-

AND FOR MANY MORE WINTERS IF YOU SO t mittee. Group captains: Dorothy
I Sapp, group one, and Frances
DESIRE. 7 Hemingway, group two. I

I UNBELIEVABLY LOW PRICES : visiting The Rev.speaker C B.and Price gave was an the Inspiring LARD lb. lOc CASH STARKE& CARRY FLA. 24 Lbs. 72c

talk to the attentive group. ,
Delicious refreshments of froz-
The Famous ; en fruit salad and punch were serv- 17 D Ask About Our Profit-Sharing Plan- 17 E
following ed to those: Mrs named C. B.above Price.and Doris the i I K E E It Costs You Nothing-Save Your Tickets L L

SIENTIFFICKSHOES and Fannie Silcox, Beatrice and
Lillian 'Moseley. Jewell Gassett, BEST 1S'IIITE POTTEDBACON .
: Virginia Alvarez, Margaret Lennon I
r (rr I Mrs. Leon Alvarez. Lb. .17c MEA Can 21hc
Meetings are to beheld the first
For The Well-Dressed I and third Tuesday nights in each 25c.
'month at 6:30: o'clock. The, next ONIONS, 4 Lbs. ________lOc ,

Woman meeting will be held at the church mn
with Miss Dorothy Sapp as leader.EJrinsonKeene .

Built-in Arch Support Here.WeddingOf TOMATOES can 7c BEEF STEW\ Lb.JJk

PRINCE ALBERT, can lOc 15c
The marriage of Miss Myrtle I .
Lasts Oveda Keene!' daughter of Dr. and WIIOI.E GRAIN
Mrs. James K. Keene, of Palat-
MODERATELY PRICED AT Green Cove Springs, which was

solemnized quietly Monday October LEMONS Doz. ____12Y2c
4.95 t> B In the Methodist Church In -- -- or '

Fernandina, is of much Interest I STEAK, Lb.. ._ 12c'

here.The bride, an attractive brunette SUGAR 5 Lbs. 25c
Dresses wore a moot becoming early N
Sweaters l I fall model of an Autumn shade, 100 BOX

with which she wore harmonizing ASPIRIN Each ________3c BOLOGNA

Just Arrived In All StylesFOR accessories.ceremony Immediately the young couple followingthe left GROUND DAILY SAUSAGE, Lb. _ _121PIJRF /_

New ShipmentPRICED OIRL.I!THE, TilE 8.8TilE BOYS FOIL sr 3 OC on their a short return wedding are'at home trip and to upon their COFFEE Lb. 124c MEAL 10 lbs. 25c

t \ MIEN AND WOMEN UD friends at Green Cove Springs.
FROM Mrs. Brinson Is a gaduate of
and of the Palatka
Putnam High
98c SCHOOL SHOES School of Bualnesa. BUTTER -_-' -__ 12Y2c BUTTER, Lb. 35 cr.
The bridegroom, the son of Mr. .
to FOR BOYS AND GIRLS and Mra. T. A. Brinson of Hugh Is
a graduate of the Starke High{ 3pkgs. RACON
14.95 A MOST COMPLETE: LINE I School and of the Massey Business Lb. 121c ;
TO SELECT FROM College of Jacksonville. He Is associated -
I I with the Brinson Turpentine -I tic I"liU. QUART J.\R

You are findftonwUiIng : Company and the Sun Gardens SALT Pkg. --. n.--- -_ 3c PEANUT BUTTER .25c
latunpdiest.o YOU SAVE WHEN YOU BUY AT _
you Farms, of Clay County.
In thin niimeloua I QT ,JAR CORN

tlon and wide price III"leeALEXANDER & CO. It's some different story now. In MUSTARD
i lOc 15c
906 there were 103 students at. 5 FLAKES 2 Pks.!

_- --- --- tending the University of Florida
t" I ---- --- ------------ 1 Now there are nearly 3,000. t 11..1._. _-.,,.. .., _-_-_-_-_-_--_ '_"'""' ....

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. 88. 1836Uundy
-- -- --- --- -- -- '-" --- -- TELEGRAPH Sf AfcfcK. FLORIDA i -<.r_: .1'___
::0---- Jr., and Mrs. Mra Nela N. Colson and Mrs ( -- --.---- .--' -.- ..---.--- ,. -. ---' .. ---- --
)II; v ''II\) attend the South- Mae .)()ncl!. of Jacksonville were 'olund/IY MisV in Ja Bluul. ,h, '., cll'I) pent', !Mr "1-1,1, MI--. H I nit' n 1\,1" 1 M>' M Sti'rnb. ig >,turmd Saturday I I Sirs cA Knlfcht rlltlll'1'lt.1; D) .i".ng ,nol i luvlto other u ..itin
I f.J ...' ?,,' % 'Trades Exposition guests of Dr and 1lrl0\' F Mid< k".p'\ ill 11"\d lit 111? m .1"I n\ J>i. \vi.ii( fi m New York city: While I nnlafrom \iaii with" her tu' tlii'i ",,cm nt i loin them Ths mc"t"
'>' ) Monday. clleton -- -- -- I IIr. In\ im,"I M'd] \Io\ ,mi. II flyer *
'It >n time
Wednesday rtnur < "pdarl .
Mi: .InJ11": 11 will h held .vlth
r: \ and :MrA F Sauls were dt ,' ', in \law anti -untoi' 'ing it ttervt' >
pattment t\ .p\1.11'tlt\ in the fashion' mints,I huvinu( wlntoiitt'iin I .
visiting in Jacksonville Sunday" : \\ark"c'nd Is it th.,1'i )hone i hi-i,'i-. for SU-intxrga, popular Pl.nalll.lIPI''II'.1t I the "Forest'iStuttun i\ tluI'rcsi.loiit. Mis F ,\ c. "r
-- --------------- -.-....:. -- ---_. o, state here.Mrs. o west of Tullahnnso Mi

I P. M. Barefoot spent Sunday in Mr. and Mrs. T D. 12ickt' n- : ----- .-- and Mrs. Morris have lust moved Mra J. Maurice K,1\\l 'm,:* us- I

I ,I.Jacksonvllle. backer now living in ttol"n, I F. W HosHer baa returned into n new home built by the govei tamed a slight flesh wound ono

S. R. JOHNS I Mr. and Mrs. J T. Quigley spent where Mr. Rickenbacker: \* tevy to her home here from the Alachua 'u merit at the Station. night last week when it pistol Krldentnlly ('-
County farm agent, were visiibry,
County Hospital and her condition
i Wednesday in Jacksonville ; here last week fired'In her hand She
U reported to be much Improved I W C. T. U. members meeting
hiul thought she heard a prowler
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Mrs. F. C Mr. Rosser is proprietor of the afternoon at threeo
Sterns spent Tues : H. S. Harvey of Plant e\t)>. OBoy Lunch atlln.1. each Friday trying t in enter the hounr and waa
day in Jacksonville spent the week-end here. 1toaC clock are enjoying a splendid fel- investigating the noise tt the time
I --- -- ------
& SONS on his way to South l\rlIln\. loWHiiip enuivn ,:he good work they of the accident
W. Mrs. C. C ban returned to
G. Halle, of West Palm where he will spend several I dayC Hoppe -- -
Beach spent Friday in StarXe.Miss on a deer hunt. her homo In Tampa after upending -- ----
several weeks with her brotherinlaw -
VNO E 43 FREE DELIVERY Carolyn Hutto, of MonHcel- and sister Mr. anti Mrs O.
Dr. Ralph Vallotton, fopgte r
lo, spent the L. PeaKley. Mrs. A. C. Durden has r I
it" iiiiiiiiiiuiwiliilifliniHiiiiimiiiiiili) n''urn li"niiiuu' u'u'1III1I1I1I1II1tm'iIIllIlIllIlIlIlIl1lIl.'IUlIMIIIIIIIIHlih' i lit weekenhere. State Prison Farm physlciAn win) .
also been visiting the BeasleysMrs. STOVESWOOD
Mrs. C. C. enter private practice at Ilaytonit> I ______ __ __
SUGAR 5 Lbs. 22c Crumpler and Mrs. Beach where he will open 1\1\ hjtlc0
Carrie Ritch spent Tuesday In early next week. E R. Marshburn and children -

Eath Purchase of $1.00 Jacksonville.Mrs. Edward and Mona Claire of and OIL
With" Mrs. S. E. Brownlee ia eapect\ Marlanna, spent Saturday and
Herbert A. Durden and ed to return home tomorrow itoW'o Sunday here with Mrs. Marshburn's Prices Range From
CfVKNTEED Mrs. S. R. Johns Jr, were shop- o Atlanta, Ga, where she 1Ip'Pt.ie parents Mr. and Mrs. G W. Alder-
24 Lbs. ping In Jacksonville Thursday. past two months visiting tie* silt"i man.
FLOUR 70c ter, Mrs C. C. Cross $1.95 UpTERMS
I Mr. and Mrs. L. a Powell and I \ Friends of Mrs J. M Mitchell
\ SWIFTS Mr L. C. Powell were in Jack- o Mrs. Matilda Lotidholtz, Air aid will be pleased to know that she
sonville Tuesday rfrs Martin Loadholtz Mr. Jesse is slightly improved at Riverside
.. ..
PICNIC HAMS Lb. 21c c I II Pierce and Miss Wilma I'/eree/ of I Hospital in Jack onvllle. where -- -- --
I I Col. D E. Knight and Col HoiUs Lake Butler were guests 841\.11\ "she, has been confined since an automobile We Also Have a Nice Line Of ;
|, V. Knight were professional of Mr and! Mm. G. W AI I visitors In Lake City Wednesday. loot month.
COOKING OIL Gal. Can $1.00 i I Mrs. W. M. Wlmberly MpB. I.. I BLANKETSPHILCO ,
] Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ward and J. Green and daughter Judy, Mr, \I ;
11] Miss Luc lie Mitchell were visitorsin P. M. Barefoot Mra A. F*. fibula! Miss Leila Doa Andrews returnee -
"I l'OI'NTRI' ROLLBUTTER Jacksonville.Vednesday.. and Mrs. A. H. Green spent '{Tuesday I to nor home In Orlando. Sunday
spending the week-end with
in Jacksonville I
; Pound 32c Mrs K G. Duncan and Mrs O. --.---- her brother-in-law and sinter: Mr.
I and Mrs. H
L. C Brown Miss Andrews -
Beasley spent Friday in Jack- Miss Louise Snyder left S\1f\JaY\
sonville. for Los Angeles, Calif., where she was accompanied to Orlando .
.; WHOLE GRAIN I will spend the winter wtt her:\ by Mrs. Brown Miss Annie HART FURNITURE CO. :
Mrs. E. E. Canova and Miss irother-ln-law and sister dip. attd I Mae Pearce and Mr. Johnnie Red

/ RICE 5 Pounds 25c Mary Canova were visiting in Mrs J.V.. Prather. grave. -----------------
Gainesville Sunday. i irr' H -------:,

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Mr. and MM. K C. Priest, Mtss ---------- ---- ------- ---------
(;HVsE: & SAXBOUNCOFFEE Mrs. C. N. Christy of Augusta, Pauline Priest, Mrs. Leptj Alvarez -
( Georgia, Is visiting relatives and and Mr. and Mis. H. t. tiest I: VIKK CANE ItilOllli'IEiJ)

Pound 25c friends here and small son, Edward were visiting : ( SYRUPQt. TIP TOP GROCERY "
friends and relatives IA Crystal Butter
t; Mrs. E. J. Dowling and Mrs. A River Sunday. | ,,
E. McKinney were visiting In Jack- ---- _____ I Bot 15c
BANANAS 4 Pounds 15c sonville, Monday. A large class of candidate will; PANTAKBFLOUR C. II. N.\ WOItTI1" Owner and Operator Lb. 39cCHEESE

be Initiated into the Wotrdman ,.
Miss Lois Long, of Jacksonville Circle at its meeting next Tuesday! j I<
spent Sunday here with her mother night. A large atendance I'1 requested I
CABBAGE Pound 3c Mrs. F H. Long ", by officers of the Circle' EVERYONE IS INVITED
I There will be out-of-town spe4kers. : 2 Pkgs15c Lb. 23c
"qf\ ._J
Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid has re -- --

CHUCK ROAST 12VcCINCY turned from a short visit in Tam KIT
Pound s

pa. CENT A WORD i ONIONS 2 Lbs. 5c POTATOES, 5 Lbs. lOcNO. .

LAYINGHASH Mr. and Mrs J. Frank Carpenter \ 1 FANCY 1KIMI1POTATOES '

'' of Jacksonville, spent the COLUMNWILL BANANAS 3 Lbs. 14c 25c'i'
100Lb.Sk. $2.75 week-end here. PAY CASH--.tar used pl l- 10 Lbs.

Write LllUnn'dStore bionic
Mrs. C. C. Walts, of Orange\ anos.
342 W. University Ave. n.o ;, )Eli SUGAR .
Lake, spent Sunday here with Mrs
CINCY I Carrie Ritch. Gainesville, Fla. tt PEAS No. 2 Can 15c FI.J\

SCRATCH 100 1 Lb Sk. $2.60We I GRITS MILL, and 12 horse- power CHUCK STEAK 1b.121/
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Jr., engine in good condition tar 0ale \rrv VALE SUGAR *
\were visiting in Gainesville, Sun- or trade for anything MrWci I can
day. handle. Cash $15000. !See! C, H. CORN 2 Cans 25c FIA,
Will Buy Your Eggs At 3c Below Jack ----- Clark. 1tp-J0-2:
Dr. W. E. Middleton has been ---
sonville Market
Quotation. confined to his home by illness for "MILLIONS Genuine lhtproved:: FANCY TABLE
several days this week. Maryland Missionary Strwber- RSIUKEIt"OI'NTitY PORK
ry Plants New Ground, white No. 21can 15c

CASH PRICES ONLY I Florida-Stetson Miss Rhoda Zeigler football attended the In, per roots thousand, all this year's f.o.b. pliuit C""Uebetry"Thurmond $1b0 SAUSAGE Lb. 29c
----,----- -.---------.--.., I Gainesville Saturday I Farm, CastlePerrjr:! Ala. FANCY: ; VtHOLK GRAIN

NAT SEZ I 8-28-12tp I FRYERS Lb. 22c
: II Corporal E. R. Brown of Staten ; -
I FOR --500,000 AI18C1onary Rice 5 Ibs. 23c
I Island, N. Y., Is visiting Mr. and Strawberry Plants. Priced right. \\'KSTEH VCmiCKROAST
Mrs. L S. Hutto. Come and see these plant it. ttho-
In all our years In business I can
den, Hellbronn Springs. 0-9'4tP: Lb.l9cSWIITH
truthfully say that we have never I Misses Annie Mae and Margaret
before been able to orfer su.hVaJU'II6 Pearce were shopping in Jackson FOR SALE or Rent-at toe\ right I KITCIIEV
: .' as we have now. Every> I ville Tuesday. price. One 15-acre- tfri Just I
j time you pick up that old catalogue outside of Staike.-J. C. Manning | MATCHES Boxes lOc l PIcNIC

just ay to yourself, niajbe I and Mr.Mr.and George Mrs.A.George Alderman C. White werevisitors Itp_ j HAMS Lb. 25c

I better go down to !Sternberg's dur- FOR SALE-First class pea Island I I.SCl'Af'I( Nl. 2 CANTOMATOES ;
where I can see the ri-nl thing and I here from Tallahassee cotton seed. Set Jtt W.
not lust a picture. You will be ing the week-end. Andreu. UpI I 2 Cans 15c HOG CASINGS Lb. 65c

fturpriited and more than glad that :Mr and Mrs Allen Canova, of I FOR RENT-Seven-rooW house, I:I \
you didn't! Bend In that order.LAIIES' Gainesville, have announced the well located available Hov 1. I FLOUR 5 Lb. 17c Long Horn CHEESE Lb. 25c .

I I arrival, October of a baby 17. girl, born Saturday $20 per month. Wilson freely) .--Co.-. I Bag !

FOR SALEAbout 20 J00QT! ) :&t8slonary | I --,
I :Mrs Emma Canova Paul strawberry plnhtij I
RIG VALUES TWIN SWEATERSIN nova and son Paul III, spent Sun- ond runners. Price reUllofl/1ble./ Sere ,
ALL, COLORS day at Flagler Beach with Mr. or write V. R. Ferguson tl\wtey. :
IN BEAUTIFUL (JfAUTV and Mrs. R. G. Kidd. Fla. 2tp |

FOR SALE"rhiicTs i Tvory"! -Bedspring FLOUR24LBS.65c
Dr. and Mrs. W E. Middletonhad
i MEN'S $1.98 $2.98 as their guests Monday G. B. and mattress $3 Apply I
I Smith and William Smith of Woodbine to 416 N. Walnut Street. Itp

Georgia. FOR SALE 100 young, write
LADIES' Leghorn l laying hens fc Ee! W
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins had J. Foster. Route, Box 119 Clarke:
/ : TbeNewt'st InVORI\ { SHOES as their guests Monday, Mr. and II Up ,
Mrs. Elmer Adkins of Asbury BEST FANCYBACON M,1Nl'1' CLEAR UOiIdNG PLATES

#i ; Young Men's A VERK THE GOOD MONEY 8IIOKFOR Park N. J. Babcock Sequ. I Lb. 17c [[ BACON Lb. 12'/c'

$1.15 I Little Miss Mary; Anne Canova .
Styles of Gainesville spent the weekend \\. I
her grandmoth-i Cyr dtk
In Starke visiting nF.I.I.OOO'04!
r I'rlced A. Len er Mrs. E. E. Canova. i SALT PRINCE
The Biggest of Gainesville '
Mrs T. E. Duncan X Abtq
will anlve Saturday for a I ii 3 Pkgs. 10c 2 Pkgs. 15c Can __ lOc
Selection oft week's visit with Mr. and Mrs K
G. Duncan. i WATER (If.

$16.50 Ladies'COATS Mr. and Mrs H. A.-Bishop and 1 M 025c ; l .

r were daughter visiting, Mary In Harriet Jacksonville and Nina Sat-, I 1 1.* ;r y Cdta Coffee12C: .

urday. |
., .
LUMBERJACKETS We Have Ever :Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daugh- I
Black Drown ters, Juanita and Sara, spent the of'!'I 1, !. l lH CANE SUGAR 5 lbs. 25c MAXWELL HOUSE, 1& 25c

or ShownPriced week-end In Tampa as guests V ';K.c
Made By Iltipgrude Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Barefoot

At ', Mr and Mrs. H. M. Richard, of L'XltD N E
$2.98 12kLARD
Raiford, left Wednesday for a / Lb. lOc
-_ week's visit to points In WestFlorida

CHILDREN'S $6.95 ..
SWEATERS\ I Mrs Annie Richard and Mrs. H. --- a I GlnnI'on 4.
M. Richard, of the State Farm. SODA CRACKERS, GRAHAM
.1 WIDE VARIETY OF $11.95S1'l'LES were here Tuesday attending the HOWARD C. BABCOCK< I Beans
AND PATTERNS W. M. S. tea given at the club
for U.S. SENATB )
$1.00 $16:50: I house. I A.-j I Jb can 5c
Cast jour vote for u lellAel', I
Mrs L. A. Davis Mrs. GeorgeW. a bu lim.-llk0 reprMegts tlnn
-- Roberta and Mrs L. F. Chap \\iutMngtan.. Work for "r e.I I
ATSTERNBERG'S man spent several days this week tical state and Indlvlduulduarantmi bight's. I DIXIE OIeomaragine lb. 20c
ia Lakeland attending the 0 yea r future.ii. vote for :
meeting of the Florida Division c \BCOCK ,
United Daughters of the Confederacy Republican Cuutldata for Reeate.} j
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f r. Two 1 Sop; ".'ra. WII. ". JIIt 1. ,nle WI1llRm WV'tll"' McClane Attends against Clerk l said at Court the at office the of county the I to to by the the claimant claimant amt i i i t",
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Continued Page
( ""trxur. E T. TI"! "". n tI Wlagbu' .. I.euru'r courthouse In Starke Bradford I torney nthi-i-wic.. 11,.
,, "i Iina i ', K M )Mi "Farr. :Mrs W T Sniiili" ,' Kn mile T11.( ( r. IV 1'11"0", U"h, Word J' M'rhemna Conference InGainesville bounty Florida on November 2nd I IIDaft. come void u" ('oritlnt '
,I lr-; : It" MaucKHat. vlIuII, l U, lum'nI 'I|In.ma", '*' T. II R. "rll..I... I"r'n', 0 Ward Mr, J H.T.'dd otherwise. the allegation of LUCILBVKMM. | ". .
11..1 !F I I'ndg.'t1, (. AlllM'llItuuirr TIllilllHK' (t.'c IHI" J I. Wul.' rs 1' W Ward t I: TThonma said bill of complaint will be taken Admlnlstiutiix, v
t' Thoinim, Krank 13. ; IllloIi; Ion, w.
H. IV Bradford
.'-, Hi'HtrltnJiintf ,, Mrx. Alice" Waters. Mrs n J. a* confessed b"ou. flexed of the
'c. 'C.irlJiihiiKini Ili-vnoUl. MrM K. W TlmntHp. vVmWanden Th..rnae. Mary C. Wxar1.. Hxule County Telegraph a duly qualified !Marion E" "?
It. M.Johnrt Ueynuld, K W. T W Thomas. Nanni.. C, Waters. ft. J. 'V"bb William D. Bradford newspaper published In said county MltLhcIl. n,
Arch River, Aaron WRHri. It. UWawlen. Tomllna..n, O. t' Wat.rs. J Q. Wiggins., Leona T. K. McClane, Jr, I I. hereby designated a* the newspaper 10-23-lt-ll-

Johns, I... U. River, Ollle I KUMle H. S.Wllll O. Tillman, John B. Ward: C M Weeks., Larkin D. County Farm Agent spent this In which this notice.. hall, be. I
Fred Hubert. Mr*. BqulllaHurrency *. Tyler Noah Weeks. R A. published once each week for four
Johnson attending i f a
Jorum. Norman J. II. Ward. Annie L7.JohnH Toanln.on, Roy Waters.. L. H Ward W. J. week In Gainesville rnnxerutlve week This September
ueo.HtflMlnir Ward II. B.Wavden conference of Florida's county and<
M. O. Htoree, 30th
M. st4)de
II. 1936.A. i
Johnnon, FlorenceMurrluie j. home demonstration agents wh
C.fUarllntc Ward, / Courtof
L. of
Mr*. H. J. I Clerk Circuit
Murrhee, H weyliturrheo R. J.titorllnn. : ::*, Albert Hints To Housewives G Alt DENS IN FIXHtlDA I met to study various problems affecting Bradford County Florida. o ,
AleoMurrhee f
Mra: M. V. Mr". Kate K.Ktrlrkland Wllll Willie,, Mr... Leila C. LAKGEK TIIAN LAST YEAH their work and endeavoring KNIOHT A: KNKJHTStarke. e ( ''
Ulrlckland. Fla.Attorne -
H F.
Ervin J. Wlllle H. Wynn Loon to fit themselves for better ). for Plaintiff. \

McKlnney. J. A J. Jr. Ntrlrkland,*, Clyde W. waMdin, Ellen J. n'erk.1y from Home D monatraUon GAINESVILLE-Florida farm service in the counties during the! OFFICIAL SEAL) \* :
I O.
McKver, W.McEver. 8larengng Wavdln. Bemle in strong the University lO-2-5t-10-30
W. T. Maud SpeclaltoU TaJI.--ee era and others are going annual conference at a'

for fall and winter gardens thli of Florida this week. Official!{ IS THE COl'MTY JVDdK'H COI'llT 1
Precinct No. Hampton Of BRADFORD COUNTY. FLOKMJA -
year. of the United States Department eye c.o1\\a. \ I Io

Rahme, n. W. Jr.Adktnll. SALT PORK SEASONING Following the advice of theli of Agriculture, the State Agricultural IN RE THE ESTATE OF :(\

Alexnnder Ada D. Hall T.IIIIAn Laure tahm". Mr... Clifford county and home demonstration Extension Service and other JAMES': MARION MITCHELL \
J. E. Harllln, Ella DECEASED & \
Willie Salt pork used for "larding"otber
Woodrow Rhoden Interested organizations are con ,
HIeka, and encouraged by
Adklna Pency Horne. J. W. Howell, Henry meat, in the pot of bake agents NOTICE TO CHEIHTOHSI '\
Adklna. Clarice of the ferrlng with the agents. '
ka.. hone Howell Viola weekly newspaper editors I TO ALL PERSONS HA VINO CLAIMS ,
J. O. HI the kettle of or: '
Adklna. FlorenceHrannen beans or In greens
f Alderman T. .1. 1iicka Claren'e Alta state, farmers and other residentsof Topics under discussion by <
Freeman snap bean, can serve aa i a
J. J. F. Hall Hall Sallie Will Khoden Levi many counties are now planting county agents include experimental DECEASED: 'r
W. 1.. seasoning! in dozens of other -
Hung Carl savory
Floyd Harper Annice Khoden crops of vegetables for home' use results and recommendations All persons having claim or demand
1Ioyum. E. Hlade. OliverHrown :Many people like to use< .
of James
Harper. ways. against the Estate
JJrannen Mae J. H. during the late fall and winter. with beef cattle dairying and ant-
J. V. Saxon
+hox. Franklin Junes. W. salt pork for seasoning chowders, Marlon Mitchell Deceased are hereby
Brown, H. L. Jnhna.. II Hw Indie. D.. w.Klade bread. lIucll) Reports received by the State mal nutrition dairy manufacturing notified to file the same In theoffice
or quick
Johnz. L. of the Honorable E. K. Ferryman
Dug<<. Mary William Agricultural Extension Service and swine soil conservation
J. F. '
of Bradford
J. W. Johnson as bread biscuits griddlecakes County Judge
Bedenbough .. Minnie Hulllvan. Jonepnlne spoon and others over the 4-H club ..
Zach Johns Mr. from agents plans and procedure County Florida on or before the expiration
Hrown T.
B. and
Brown H..e..l" Jackeon W H. Saxon, C. state indicate that the number work citrus problems farm credit of eight calendar month
Johnson D. W. Dv from the time of the first publica
W. N. There Is nothing better than sal
Brown Brown Mr" W. N. Johne I. A. Swindell ma. Ethel and acreage of gardens in most legumes and field crops, marketIng tion of thla notice to-wit: October

Brown Zach Jr. Jonea. W. H. Ellen pork for "toning up" starchy foods sections will exceed that of last poultry work the vegetable* Twenty-flecond, A. D., Nineteen
Rattle Saxon,
J. H. Johne Mr .. I For example it may be used for and Thirty-nix; claim' I
Blunt nnl 'i.eedln
> Ql'
8nyd J. J. Juhn". Stella Baxon T. Industry. and practically all phasei must writing and contain placeof t

nyerl.y, Mildred JuhnHon Merrill Rebecca smith Saxon. Ida John T. hashed brown potatoes for Span fall.Short crops of vegetables in other of Florida farming. residence' and pONt office address
Johns with macaroni. Cut In
Linnie Ish rice, or
Brown Hlade Vernon !
Hezle and
sections of the country .
Brown, 1.. D. B. Kweoney. E. May small and fried until crisp, ,
Marlon pieces ,, "
Bedenbaugh L. L. Johns, CleoSumnem the belief that these products will EVERGREEN ,,, ,10,
Mra) /aekaon Addle Maxon. the cracklings are a good addition e
BOyd Cary J. P.
John C. be higher than in 1933 providedthe Mm. F. A. Rosier
Fate Johnson L. CorrespondentMr.
Brown Minnie' to scalloped dishes such as sweet WE BUY
(Croft Florence P. Johne. H. n. jiutnnerB stimulus for the greater activity .
Ira Johne. P. E. Hlade Lester potatoes and apples cabbage and PURINA
Chien. James Ad..lla smith toy in home gardening. The persistent and Mrs. Leslie McClellan
Chapman Ruby John. Beatrice Hlade fl"rlrude apples tomatoes and kidney beans and children and Mrs. J. S. Rosier POULTRYCHOWS
Chapman. Vend" L. R. Blade., Clnda work of the county agentto HOGS-CATTLE AND
Kalcheenter lentils, potatoes or hominy. Many
Cro"by. 1. A. E. Smith ElvteLlt convince the farmer of the importance were visitors to Starke Monday.Mr. .
Kalrk. Mica!
Dyal. W. D. F M. like sliced fried pork with COW HIDES
Mra people
E. and
Carrie Taylor. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp
Kaleh is also
of the home garden
Mary .
kH. Mra. a.VanAlKtlne
'I'homlA. e bimrp
Served with '
Dennison C. M. Looter. Ira C.VanAUtlne milk gravy. hominy children spent Sunday afternoon \VE
Emma a major factor in the increased WHOLESALE MEATS TlNESISTRUNK
:Dennison .Avery C. T.nmoreaux L.amoreaux J. 0. M'. ,Edith and tomatoes or cabbage, this with Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier. 't1R'A

Dyal lIyal,. H.Mra M. Thomaa Mnnlre. Matlie' Wattereon, Martin.WatterHon John w.L. makes a good full aieal. activity. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and Ask For Our Smoked SausageAt

Dyal Huth F. \IlInlre.!Mod.. W.( G A.. WIlllumM, A. B. When leaner cute such as shoulders : Truck growers wishing to fill I. children spent Sunday afternoon The Markets\ !' and Grocers.

lIy,1 nurllnK Mary, C. A.E. !!Mead Mr.. Maple Wynn Lacy. J. have been dry-salted they can I the market deficiency resulting with Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter.B. You Will Be Pleased With It.

D. 0. May Claudo I L. Wynn, \\'oUI: be much like ham from crop failures in other pro-
Durham E. prepared very
: ; Manire. C, R. Wynn, E. Rosier and Mrs. J. S. RosIer -
Lurham: Pear) states are also increasingtheir ODOM&LAWSONOpposite
JanleDennison corned beef. They are excellent ducing
Dennieon .I"H81" MaeIlInlre.! 1'lIeU"" Wynn Mr. Mary L. or attended the annual meeting

Exlelle Mixon Emma M. M. wau..r"onj il. B. simmered in water and served hot acreage this season. held at Pine Grove Sunday. I S. A. L. Ry. Depot. FEED AND SEED ('0.

D..nnl..on. Cora L9. Minton JlII.t'hell.Aaron Wiggins IdaWttdMWorth or cold or in sandwiches. Diced or Cabbage beans broccoli carrots STARKE, FLOKIDV

Ford H. D. Kate O. P. the meat beets, onions peas turnips and HELP BLADDER
Ford Dose Minton 1\(. M. ground after cooking, can .
Greene n. C. Dlalchett N.nllth H. WndBWor'th. France be put into stews hashes or stuffed other crops are being or have already HKSl'I.TS! til'AUAlVTKEn tae

(Ollll. Thoma" Matchett.Manlre. Freda William. Charle vegetables. Some other suggestions been planted. Because of Drink six glasses boiled or distill FUNERAL DIRECTOR ,
Griffin, Hooter ..,
George J water You
Maynard Mr". M. L. WllllaniH conditions In dally. know what
in weather
OIlIVl1rd. Joe J. H.noodwln.l. A vegetable chowder sea-
Ad" Wiggins, : hard water* doe to a teakettle. II
Orlftln W.O. I ft.}. Nlmmn Nlmmo John W. WadHWcirth, (1 1. P. Jr.17.gen soned with salt pork salt pork the state gardeners must select poor bladder action causes getting My l1any'earll Experience: !' Makes\ It Possible for Me to Render

'i. M. Nolan David D. Wynn Mm. N. salt stew. A the vegetables suited to their lo up nights, frequent desire scanty EFFICIENT PROMPT! and COURTEOUS' SERVICE
Carrie scrapple pork very flow, j
ter 11. I''r'I'. J. Wynn I n :ftl".rac: ::kncJ'.lmc:. ':
Hall n. F.. Priest Mn. Myrtle White, W. H. delicious hash can be made by calities.AGIUCULTUKAt. flush out

Hall A. C Frevntt: J. H. White, LoUie combining equal parts of chopped ----. ties by Improving the elimination DeWITT C. JONES
: : : : Parker, Itobt. 4Haynes Use buchu leave, juniper oil and 8
Hall It. Mary N .1. Prlext Idella J. White, E. J. cooked lean salt pork and unsalted PAYMENTSTO other drum made Into green tablet,. Starke Florida

Parker IUle Wynn, Mary LeeWard wheat cooked.I MADE SOON Just nay: Buket to any druggist In
Hall" Lynn whole previously BE
four day If not pleased hacK
J. F. Pearce. Ola O. Maple A 'go
Mra Mr
Honeer ,
Perry HanelHall / Flavor this mixture with minced and get your 25c. Mitchell. Drug

t Hall AnKu.. nah". U. W. Yarn Tlden onion fried in State Store.
Eliza" salt-pork drippingsand GAINESVILLE, Agricultural BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull

chopped green pepper or car Extension Service has ORDER OF prnnciTiov AND

a .. Precinct No. 6-Theressa rot. Rice or hominy grits will NOTICE 1O APPKAII.' Una of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies
been notified by the Agricultural THE STATE OF FLORIDA: to. R
:JphllllpH serve as a substitute for the whole Administration in P. Kltchln and Mra.. It. P. Kltchln, AMBULANCE SERVICE
D. Adjustment
Alderman II. O. Ilardee, Susie Phillip,. HazelAlford wheat. Lean salt pork must be his wife each of H. F. D. No. 2,, DAY AND
that Florida producerswill NIGHT63
J. F.
Cleave Hall Washington Box 85 Three Springs Penneylva-
Alford, Kiln Heritey, Clyde Sullivan Hulllvan,, C.A. soaked for hours to freshen it be- receive ninety per cent of their nla: 53 PliO N

y Brown, Wllmot Hall. Clyde a. R. fore cooking and the water should GREETINGS: Take notice that a G. H. BENNETT Mgr.
Henry Swindell Class I and 100 per cent of their Bill
Brown TobbyConntantlne Illnnon. 1 of Complaint has been filed In
Mm. Roil Hall, Mr*. Mad I son Sullivan E.A.A.L* be changed several times during Class II payments In the 1936 Ag- Circuit Court of Bradford County "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"
.. Dodd: Sydney H. Hall, C'ulvlnHamilton. Wlllla cooking. Florida In Chancery against you
Louis B. Swindell. ricultural Conservation Program
Dodd Lillian M Mabel and each of you In that certain
Dickinson Mr. J. P. Hemey Malanar Hulllvan.Sullivan Edward SCIIIE1V just as soon as the checks can be cause' therein pending wherein ThFederal r.
C. Heraey Nettle INTENSIVE UOKMCAMPAIGN Land Bank of Columbia la
Davie George Hulllvan Mr*. Elva made out and mailed. Decisionwas
Iiavla, Uly seen I'' Collins, Walter C. Mm. Floy THIS WINTER Plaintiff and you and each of you
ColllnH., Minnie Hulllvan. announced to make and also Fred J. Pattee and Fannie
II. E. recently
Fortner .
Fernyth, J, H. Jones W. A. Slbley, W. S IS NOW BEING STARTED E. Pattee. his wife J. M. Yant and For ;1
H.Trlext of least
Expert RepairingSmith's
at ninety
Trleat H. Initial payments
Fornyth, Low Jones, Mamie B. ?- .n Stella Yants, his wife, and Federal
1 nrlner. J 8. Jr. Jon en, Mettle T. per cent throughout the country. Farm r are defendants
James rf3f.a\lgnio\
W. C. Tries( Floyd CAINESVILLK Planning an : I
(Orlner Ida M.lelger. Loper. in the case **
s ( \ F. r. May H D. Wallace, TomYouncblod C. A. intensive and concentrated cam- Around 4,000,000 plaintiff mortgage a* a first and
Her e,, It. M.\ Moore :r>. W. United States are participating in prior lien .superior to the title interest -
Hall W. H. Moore, Florence Younffblood. Mary M. paign against the screw worm fly This is and lien of each of defendant

Hlnaon' Hurt May, May Younitblood: L. LHagan I this winter in an effort to reduce the program this year. *, on the following described. GaragePhone
Ida Moor. Howard considerably more than took partin property I li Bradford County Florida -
Zelgler. J. J. t the numbers to such an extent that
Jilnon, Willie Mae Neal Qeo. F. the adjustment pro- to-wlr: NWH of NW% and
: screw worm cases among livestock agricultural 8\VW cf NWV4 and NWU of SW>4
and it is expectedthat of Sec. 5, Tp. 8 South Range 22
a. Precinct No. 7-New River I next summer will be at a minimum gram any year
East E also commencing at Northeast
a .. several weeks will elapse before 120
u .. I federal-state screw worm corner of SW"4 of SWVi of said Sec.
all initial payments will be lion, Township and Range and run
J (1 W. John, A. P..lohnit Merrltt Nan control authorities have transferred
; AndreWK Nest. 210 feet South 1320 feet East
Andrew. F. A, Mrs.' H. L. Moody CheaterMcCuIlouBh, J. M.Andr.w. Southeastern headquartersfrom made. Administrative expenseswill lift thence North 1820 feet to Wrecker Service Day or NightS
8 M. e"il
Andrew, lAura John, Nora be deducted from. subsequent point beginning, together withthe
MfCullouKh. W. O.
John, W. J. Atlanta to Gainesville.
H. 1C UunnellParrlBh tenement, heredltamenta, andapPllrt..nan'e.
Andrew., Ony John. W. N. o'Berry, M. J.Parrlah. Bruce, who has been in charge of payments. thereto belonging; '1
I< ., Je.Hla R. John. Minnie of
Andrew VHBUKKOHK. you and each you
II John. A.IS.JHrown this territory for the past year .
1 Andrew Rudolph Miriam TRAIN SCHEDULE ire hereby required to appear
Andrew. John, I Ilenfroe, njl.AF. has set up offices in Gainesville laid Bill ef Complaint *o filed
John*. Rebecca -
(Charle I
_. Butler,, C C Kelley Mrs''LV' W. Hnpp, M JSupp and is directing the work in Flor- t

'< Browning: Ix>tteyjb Kelley Kelley, I.orln K. L. Htei rlckM, Ethan, Ida A ida and South Georgia. T. F. Mc- Our schedule changes Sunday, DRINKAT r

Brown Leroy Phoebe Kelley. C1. Slerrlck", Anna Gehee remains in charge for Flor AprU 23, and trains will run as follows -
TBrown : II.t': Houtherland I K.SoiitherlnnU. .
Butler: Sarah Knlghi' T. :
W. E.Hupp .
.:s.Brynn Crew., (tttaffnrd I. P. L. !Moody,,Obey KohertMerrUt B.MathiiH Mr. *. Marlon ida.Cold weather naturally reducesthe Southbound

Farrelly i' i\ It Snowden, Mary J. S. numbers of flies surviving andIt No. 1-Due StarKe 11:31: P. M. a

:.aoodrre Futrell,, J W.. W.fUreen M.. !Moody!Merrltt, Nnt.... M O. Thonm Snowden James J. is hoped through this intensive No. IS:-Due Starke. 5:12: P. M. a y'I
Mr. HarahOroon Merrill Virginia. F. Turner noun. J control work during the winter Jo. 107-Due Starke 9:12A.M. Y O
:Mrs. MaryTurner
'/ Annie Andrew :!Moody.Moody "'.,rln... Mary I,J.Glbeon months to go a long way towards Northbound ,;

Qreen. Henry. ,!\Iou,!)'. W. W.Mondv. Turner Phyla complete eradication of the pest No.2-Due Starke 4:55.: )!. LUNCH: RECESSAFTER ,

tdrlnie:ioih.on,. Mlney Nancy MerrUt! ., JOB Ida J. Thomas Turner.. William Mr. W.T.J. From the Southeast. In any case <;o. 16-Due Starke 10:38: A.)!. SCHOOL OctoberM :::' glorious F5II ".

iOrlme**. < J. :Moody Alton Thomas, O 8. Mr. Bruce says the number of *o. 108-Due Starke 5:15 P.M. :: enroule days and m.rroW'
I. E.
: 1'1
9T lodge" Ivery Moody. Leona Rachel Thomas'I'homaN.In." Mrs O. 8. riles should be so reduced that Infestations Starke and Wannee Branch o da Motor 1h2o., M North dill year hY'

?,Howard John*, l'-,,. W A Jr.C. Moody Moodv. Ida Wiggins Mr.*. J. J. will be slow in spreadIng Jo. 101-Leaves Starke 7:00: A. M.No. STARKE COCA-COLA are changing from tlvi ounlelnap and ..alleyaslndeepbrownsandscan.reds t

-John M. L. : :: Werdva I ::-I.n duel! M C.F. next spring and summer and 102-Arrives Starke 1:50: P. M. golden
*Johns> : H.: L: Moody, Fronle Wy BOTTLING CO. 1'.1. ,
l.'JohnBon: (t. S. Moody, Marlon Wlgtflnn, Mana L. losses of livestock proportionately Dally except Sundays.T. .!.mo, b t.r.'.

,, iecreascd. J. GRIFFIN. new-boat acfivit !: .re thatrouses
Precinct No. 8-TJrookerI' nfeu In u C
Educational work through meetings you 10 Ira..i umn. all l

r demonstrations distributionf MiserableWHEN stake It pO..ihl. 111' b outdoorse5! J It
Oalney. Mary JaneIreen Molt S. M.Markey Still Coughing? ro 4.nd
Andrew. K.: D. literature and other methods Come .
Tho .
( Andrews, Ion ( Pave (D. J. O.) IadiYidu4J. S you
Atklnaon, C. L, llalney. H. M Mutt, J. It. will be pushed. It is anticipated .diu.'ehl.' x
C. Or..n.t.. Lelle Jr. Molt, J. MMiialc No matter how many medicines cOan.ort! ar.
George bulletin ,
-Andreu that a new on screw worm
r.Andreu. Edna Green, K K. Lea J. M. rou have tried for your cough chest or cold drJ c afopa toe 'rUZIch
,Allen It. O. Green. Mr. L. A. Melvin. C. C.Markey. ,, control especially applicable to old or bronchial irritation you can kidney function bdy| end Inns. inertia, w.

Brown, L A. Greene, Mrs. Flora II. 1 J.>. J.: Florida will be available by early ret relief now with Crcomulslon. W you wffcr a nagging bad .che, A yolde
Myer*. I.ee
f 11. Harvest
Brown, II. U. nreen. Serious trouble be and
Mrs Jlncle November.The may brewing with diiilncn burning scanty or too
I Music Travel
W. Green Mary ;
O. i
Brown, Ned ()ainey. Mre. H. M. Mott O. J. same plan us. followed durIng you cannot afford to take a chance frequent urination and getting up .! httanll Jacksonville $ $ Bargains-
with less Creomulilon Chlcago
anything than
T. A. -
M. L. Oalney E. A. Mott when feel tired
Brown, MIH night nervous, --- .
the two will be you -- !
Brown, \V. M. Green It 11. Jr. Mann T. S. past summers which goes right to the seat .U Doen't Pli, Tamp CllIclnnatillllONew '
Brown, II f.llrown. I.nrllle E. Matt Mr. J. M. continued on an enlarged scale. The 01 the>> trouble to aid nature to upset Uta aDan' orlTr2eo New York ---1130
W I.. Greene LucrpttaTlaxen. Mann L. V. roothe and heal the $inflamed membranes .r. especially for poorly Dallaseans 8.85 ,,r
Bryan, W. H II. \V.Haaen. Muittc' JohnlthanMalphum work is conducted cooperativelyby the phlegm working kldn.y Million of. boxmr : RIchmond' :=SJSrL t+ \
as germ-laden
Barry, Hattie L. E. M W. L>. the U. S. Bureau of Entomology !, died every year. They are recommended St. [r-- l'isshvllle 9 \
,15 loosened and .
expelled. 13,30 -- '
Mon! Howard -- -
HarrellV. H. LoUl
Baxter, O. W. and Plant and the Ask / Atlanta
Brown, Recta Hazen l TF.. Mutt, .leanctt, Quarantine I Even if other remedies have the country over. your --11.30 Detroit ------ .?0
Colaon, (1. n. Hodne, T. M Molt N. '('. Florida Agricultural Extension railed don't be discouraged yourdruggist nclgiieotlferf' : ]0 --
A. hale, Amerlcu C.Haxen !Morgan H. P.Mi'Oauley Is authorized to guarantee < Round Tlekete:5: "
Crosby, P Service.. Dr. W. E. Dove of San UNION TrIp
n. E.
Crew. C. J"ol MinnieTlodire I "reomulslon and to refund BUS
> your
Minnie McNernev.. Oeo Antonio. Texas is in general '
on. money If you are not satisfied with' 9 t ;
Cone LlllleCoUon )-tasan, :\IrH. M. E. Ned, WallaooOHteen charge: of the activities throughout results from the first bottle. I .O. L. BE\S
N. Alva )listen. L. O. R. T. very ', OPPOSite Agent
Crosby, ciarlHKa llarrell. :>.r. O Oliver AIIUeOMieen he: South I Get! Creomulslon right now. (Adv. S Cow JJouse, if + ,

Crosby, \Vm. A. (lownrj. If H. litre. A M. ?,'

Crosby, A, I. hough, H. L. T'rcott.. S. I* r t": a
Crosby, H. B.ciemonw flaxen. Mr.. C. A. PlnholHter T. B.
Alvin HOUgh M. Padwett. J. W.Plnholxter. '"
Cone, Clyde 111\""". Ft K. :. Ira "W. Jr. ...
Colaon, C. W. Hayes. N. O. Jr. Polk I* D.PlnholHter .
( lemon*. E. II.ClemonH Harrell. Luther Roa "7k.
Mr*. E. II. Hayes. P. O.llarrell. PlnholHter Annie
demon. Mr*. A."ro J. C. ParrlHh I N.d.. Democratic nj
< by, Mr. H. n.rrohy HouKh, Carl Parker IU RallyBradford
Mr. Llllle Haxen N. V. Parker, O. It. 3w
Crosby, Mr Thelmu union :\IrB. Frankle Prescott Mr. Ifattl.
Crosby, I> If.) Haxen. Alph A. Prescott, R J. w '
Colon H. A. Haxen, Emery Padncett. C.l r.Padgett. \ :
I'ronby, Colonel A. llaien. Mr*. B. F. I. C.PreBcott r. ,a
Iy.l l. Truman O, Unmrn. Mr.. E. J. Oi, A. ire
Dyal. Mr*. T P. llnii-n. Mr. It B. Polk. Martha County Bank Corner Starke M
Douglas, J. K. Harrell Cloy Padaatt A. Z. ( ql .
Duke. Jonathan lines*. Avy Raney J. IIRover 4t
uken.. W. M. Hines 11111 8. W. 4//
DouKla. J. A. llaaon. I. If.Haxen. Run. 'L'anceDee. OCTOBER 24 ,,
*. C. C. Purvl Rues. J. B. 7:30 P.M. SATURDAY, i
HII.Vllaon: I Ie
Doudlu" Cecil Lacy lodge Truby
T>yal. Vlila. IllrkH. P. 11.liuaen. Rime, W. O.
Dukes, H. K Nona M. Ulme., Mr. Minnie
1)uka.meet.* Hodges Melba Re. Hurrency, A. B. I
Duke, HallleDouBla Haye., Ruby Shaw C. N. A. (Lex) GREEN ) $
*. A. W. Hagen. '1'. CInnram Shaw: Mrs. C1. N. .
t>val. Theo Carrie Hi.well. I.V.. H EAR.R
Edwards C T. Johnson L. U. Stoke. N. O.Surrency .
Kdward! >, V. Kelley C. H. M. J. JOE HENDRIXAND
Edward,, T. B.Klward Kelley O, C. Stoke, Horare E.
*, Mr*. T B.Pldwardr. Kelley C. A. .Stewart II. H.Surrency .
J. V Jr.Kdward Lewis. R. P. A. E.
*, A. A. Lewi. J W. Surrency Mr.. Lonnl OTHER SPEAKERS
K.wler, W, R. Lewis.. )0;,. J. Suirencv JV
Fowler, I. 8. Lope. Cynthia. Shaw, VI. H.. DEMOCRAT TO / 0 .
Fowler, F S. Lewis, Jllra.J. I. Stephen. T M.Surrency IT IS YOUR DUTY AS A GOOD

Fi wl ,r. I* A Lewi Amanda LorenA
Frlpp, L. R. Lewis Lola Ma Shaw. FredKtirrom'y
Fowler O. W (Lewis., 1, O. 1 otilae
Fowler, Harvey tong ",. C. Stewart' T SSurroncy. ATTEND THIS RALLY e'p '

Oalney, H. P Knwt John M. .-.. A B. r

Qr )n. A. L Lewi Malcolm Harp Harry K.

Oalney, I*. R.J kin, C. E. I'Ilirren' ('". Mr*. Alma
;' < ln y. Mr*. NanU Lewis. A. V. Surreocjr WVma

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!h I BAPTIST CHURCH ? JAMUHHOPWNSA&AMJ' spirits became more and more For County Surveyor di, cased. and f"r the unexplred term) lahasseo, the t .ipttnl. the
ebullient For Five County Comml."loner.. of lionorable Dunian V .Fletcher the I'ltt'i' day of beptem
c. B. Price Pastor a "Shall For Three Mombeit of the County deceased. trill he held on TumiayNovembet SEAL' her One ThoueamlNine
10 o'clock a. m. tt you be .in shore leave Hoard of Publli Instruction. e. \U6. In all of the I AHur-dr;: and Thirty
da1 School, long asked Randolph For" < Ju.tlce ,of the Peace In and for rountUa and election i>rln ''. dod I alx, and of rate Indepen,
the following' Justice. Dletrlct. .. dance of the V Itod t the Sui
1 hadn > "I l Flood.
g Worship I.o..l. td/fnra r i intend t to. said Bow VUNi i I the One. Hundred and 8I.
11 .
jJIfIIlJlg; NtTW.GOLDWYNpAYI0. ykMrLIALSEY I find it curi.MislN interest LF.r'ouetablx I ty-flr Year
V. 1:15 p. m. II in and for the fullowIn I hahuiuiiuto, tei' i,, i I I U .\ HAT
p. ing"If Justice O'ot..1' <'t... Via, bond raid aliped thi' <'h. it .
1rf gtWS g worship T:30: p. m. MINES I you mean Margaret said No. I heal if. the State it Ftol. 4e"r-tai > lf State.
Meeting, WednesWeo- In Ida tn Be affixed at Tal- -8l-5l \1011BEASLEY'S
S Teachers 1 the Senator following his glance Testimony Whereof t have
.. hereunto net my hand and .f-
What has hap.paned "She will "I support you. I sometimes think fixed the (lr..., Seal of the
week the
Uj ; prayer service, prevent enforce- she knows State" of Florida, at Tallahae-
id. > so far: ment of that law within her do." more politics than I ..... the Capital, this the 14th

Wy 1. 8 p. *_ 1 Peggy O'N elLLet, bounds!" cried his verbal antagonist day. of August.. A. D 1931 SERVICE STATIONWe
14 vliarlouA nine- "You're forgetting' her best (L-8.1 R. A. DRAT.

Methodist Church points, aren't ? Bow. To ANUHeIUBAer iftlDradford "
1. teen year old<< you laughed A O -
B M. Montgomery' Pastor. ti daughter of "I warn you air." thundred Webster "What do you mean'" asked (County Handle Cold Drinks-Standard Gas
Be school-10 a. m. 1 "that the Stars and Stripeswill Randolph. 1eIttoanraret'1s1.
Yyamipg Washington Innkeeper and Oil-Atlas Tires Tubes and Batteries.
Wors.bJp-ll a. m.ppworth Is never become a pocket hand- "Oh. come" rejoined Bow. "We I ,
M'.T..1R'S I"I.G .
Leai'Ue-6:45: p. m. very kerchief of any Virginian!" don't have to mince words about a
st much Interested Notice I la hereby given that' under BUS STATIONBEASLEY'S
, &v8111. Worship, 7:30: p. m. ; In two "If the price of Union Is the Individual pretty little tavern girl." and by virtue of a final decree of

i, Invited to all these e vpresbyterlan new arrivals freedom of the states" re- Before he knew what had happened foreclosure\ and order of Knle. made
y' rou are \. at the plied and rendered by Honorable A. Z.
': Franklin Inn Randolph, weighing his I Lieutenant Tlmberlake was Adklna, one of the Judgea of the SERVICE STATIONOpp.
f pi> t :'1 > *n phrase deliberately, "then let us knocked back over hid chair. He rirenlt t'ourl of Florida Kla-hth
I Church : I April day In have done with Union!" to Judicial Circuit In and for Bradford
: _. l&23. rose see Randolph's eyes glaring County in Chancery dated October Court House Phone 60
M, George H. Lowry Minister .. Limit. They are Peggy hating any semblance of at him like those of some noc- 13, IH36 In that certain, cause. wh..rt'N'hI .....- .
Bowie in K.
Arnow Hal
1000 a. m.-Sabbath SchooLu,00 Tlmborlake. of a political quarrel but when these turnal animal. He hadn't dreamed :. I : nd Tlinbvrlaiul: Company.;

A M.-Morning: Worship; the U. S. Navy, and Prof. La Roy heated words reached her ears she that such a seemingly cold man Inc.flalntlff a corporation.and Kllaaheth, were M and Cook are

i .maa by the pastor. Sunderland, a phrenology expert. was unable to restrain herself. could give way to such a burst of and others. were and are efendantH,

5.00 p m- -Young Peoples Ves- "John Randolph that's treason!" physical violence. wlivrvln was apiiolnted" I I. Parka Hpeclal. M Cnrmlrhael!Mauler In

? service CHAPTER TWO she cried turning. "If It weren'tfor "I rather like you," said Randolph flmncvry to execute nald.

m. -Evening Worship. the Union you and little "I wouldn't want to do that' I, ax Mpwrlnl: MiiHtor '
j p. have levied upon all of tho
1' Seated alone at one end of a state would still be making bowsto you any further harm." tain 10"'rac...., plecea. or d"\\ \
: Rosewood( Baptist Church long of hind KlnmtKil.\ .
table in the England'!" "I'm not afraid of that, replied lying and
fJy. i. G. Hemingway, Pastor Daniel Webster, his massive Taproom head was "Margaret said Randolph not Bow genuinely dazed. "But what tltulnrlv Kiudford: described County, Florida n. follow, All t of

Services every Sunday. Bible bowed in meditation The knowing quite how to handle his I the devil was it I said Just now ?" !Section Hn-tlon 20; all of Hectlon r1. IL 1of\ r
great- of Section 13.
I11 jay 10:13: : a. m. Services at 3:30 est orator the American Senate new opponent "you're not old "I'm sorry, said Randolph tak- UK', of 8KI,. all of Heotlon 24. NKH

t dock In afternoon. has enough to understand these ing the other by the arm. "I must '>f NKV.: WUj. of Northeast Quarter
ever known was absorbed in explain. You (.NIC I i,, ) and North half t Nl ) of
Margaret was
his thoughts-and his mint things. see Northwest Quarter (IN W '4) at Sec
I BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH He Julep. This was a gibe to which Peggywas just a little youngster in pigtails tlon: if,,' all of Hecllon 26 all of Hoc ,
paid no apparent heed to the lion XT, except, soul head. (Juillti'Si ,
L. A. Donirley, Pastor when I first came to the Inn andI ,
gev sounds of laughter at the small particularly sensitive. Eyes ( : ': 1 Services every first Sunday. tables back flashing with all the inherited fury I forget every now and then that North t half l NVti: ) and Went. hell Yl
of him nor did he (W'\r) of southwest.
to others l Isn't \ Quarter tNW 3,1nod
School 2:30 m. she that more.
p. of line of any e
Sunday a Irish ancestors her
glance upwards at the walls of the Houtheaxt Quarter !1f41'!:>,) of
Bible Study and Prayer Services adorned mind forgetful of her sentimental "I understand," said Bow takIng Hotithwext. quarter SVV14)) and Went
night.St. room with portraits of his hand! "It was stupid of me hnlfVi.j) of Southeast Quarter
pery Washington Jefferson and BenJa- feeling for Randolph she clenchedher (SK't) and Northeast. Quarter
to talk as I did. ( : of
min Franklin.Horatlus two hands. .Vl'1'4) southeast Quarter ISK.)
Marks Episcopal Cnurch "How about President Monroe ?" Together they rained a glass In of Section rM; alof\ Section' Slli; f
i'set! :. half (IElvl ot Northeast
Service on second fourth and the dilatory white- she cried. "Is he old enough Is silent toast to the absent subjectof ter (NF', ) and Faust: half ( F.your'"l of

jftli Sundays at 11 o'clock a. m. Jacketed black Jack-of-all trades of Andrew Jackson? Wait till Andy the quarrel. KoiitheaHt, Quarter ISIOV, > and all of I
Went hnlf W .
( of
) NorlheastQar.
tvS Litany and choir practice at the Inn, passed by, carrying a tray Jackson gets to Washington! He'll (Next week: Gf'nt'.alndrt'w ler (M-/i) lying east of river In i''.

'., j r.3O o'clock on Friday nights preceding "Kin ah freshen up yo' Julep, I settle you and your states' rights!" JorkHoii arrives ut Franklin Inn Section(IN".I: of jo Section. Nnrl 32.beast; North Quarter half

Sunday services. --- and I'fKKy keeps an appointment (N>. ) and Non. hcnsl Qiuuter (iNI'3 )
::: :
with ProfcHHor SuaderbtnLo'rll'1) ) of Soulheiint. Quarter IslctI( ) of see
St. Murk's Episcopal Church L lion ;33 I:I ; F.Hxt 'hnlf 1101'.1 uf NurHIcuts ..f
I ,
Quarter tNI lim) and Honthwent
and Sermon t ''arc., \' OF KI.WTIOVTo : Quartci, H\VV of Northeast
Morning prayer on <41 Queer
.he R.adelpd tkP p enal" 4.J +t ra .' the KhiMlff, of Bradford County. I,'r i (NK1:', ) und Southeiixt Qua..t..rI I
the second and fourth Sundays at Pi 1 ar,. the Stale; of Florida: T' of
t { Yy ) Noithwext Unai t iM '
a : r t sbsl
1 U a m Holy Communion Saints yJ ? Me It Known That I. II. A. Oruv.terretary NWand R'csl; l half IV4i1( ,)
of the Slate of Florida, duhereby
.yi 'mfr or NortlmiKt Quaiifi i IN'" !V. '>
S ply ,ai 10 a. m. Litany and choir give noel<*(> that a nod' South I hnlf nf Set I

practice' every Friday night at 7:30: la.. 'I.:1t' : \I. I.I.t"I'IO: Ion III ; ,,1or\ Section j ;IB, oxceptiKt ,
Will b .
held In H"u"to"t"oun'y." \\ hnlf ( W'j' ) of Northeast Quiiter '
p.m Htute! of KUirldH. on Tuesday next 1810': ., 1. Vmtli half\ < N'' > of
etritnK the first In November i ::::
lir Monday
N'uithui'Ht Qiiuiier (NWVt) of See-
+ A 11 19UI.) the said. Gives 1 More Miles GallonIn
the Tueii- Ion:: an, all In Townxhln: 4 South. to 3 per
ff- day being ibul set' 32 Kant: nlxo Nm Ihenxt QuarT
# Thlril Oar nt ><.*ember > CNII:! tit Ho..th.1.l"'u',,,',
rtt4 '
For United Htai.. Senator from the Vll> of Sfitloli 3: Tounehlp 5 1'4. Passenger Cars
w nt Slut of '",,'hln. for the 2
BOB JONES d4 gae I yearunexpired Rang22 I'lMKt.: and ",11M..nIAv.\ ,
I term of Duncan U.Fletcher Ih? 2nd, tlauf No\eml, ,
A. l U. Ililtt\ :\ ',
1 i d..d.For In freer .if the Court Hinter door' Inttnrke
United Stats; Seiuitor from the
Htailford" Cnuntv.. Florliln.\ '
On Here
Comments ,
{State of Florida, for the 4 year between the leKnl hums, of sole of-
4r4 unexplred term of Park Trummell fer said. hi mix for
Hale, and sell thexime
; : And Hereafter derenned.For to the hlithexl and hext .bidder t We suggest that
seven ((7) I'reHldentlnln Klertnr fur rash to Hit Iidy mid pay hold "
( t M 4m For One Repl'Paenlntlve' of .the sere finAl decree, ousts. and expeimex, any :you make a teat
and Congressional Pled r\ot\ of .
"I. .
made liv
me to be made In
the (State; of Florldnln\ .. the Seventy nrordance -
There Is no substitute for prayer .
with the tern of milil fli'ARKH In
-flfth Congress" of the ITnlted 111.1 l :your own carand
Good music eloquent preach. Statea.For .
M rAUMtCHAlir.' ,
lag, splendid organizationsnone m lov..no' of I the State of Florid la ) :Master In Clmncery find out for
11 ininatlo311o'1'11'H
; at these things will take the placed Pot Secretary of Steele of the Stall :! yourself the ex-
prayer God does not endorse .f Florida.For I '. .
Attorney: General of the Stale \ OF II.I"rloWlI1ItFAS : \ mile in II-C.
; substitutes. In our religious programs of Florida. Ira .

we are always looking for Foi' Comptroller or the (State; ot : Wrltx of ii.<'ctlon nic
\rushed by the
Florida.\ lliivxriKil! of Flitildll
,I. u tltutes. We substitute reform- For Treasurer of the State of FlorIda In accotdniK-e with Sei.I loll l 457 of
and the' Compiled I 1 fletiernl 1.11"vn of Floi
v epos for regeneration philan See theSllJclalr
For Suoeilntendent of ruhllc tnMimtlnn Ida ISnctlon 3V2 of I Ihs Iti-vlxpil. 11 lcneinl -
thropy for evangelism. The ten- of the State of Florida'' StittiiteH' of Florida and, pur-

deny of human nature is to go off Mister Webster?" he asked. "Andrew Jackson will be the For CommtHHlonei- Agriculture ot shah. .l to Alt''tile XVII of the Aimlidnientx .. Dealer
the State. of Florida tn the Ciinxtltutlon of tin
it a tangent. The church puts "Drink should be the companion- first to agree with me," answered]I For 'rwo Juetteys. of the Supreme Pnled folIa'.... announi' Inw vnciincte '
Court III 'the offlceH uf the I'nlled' StHlex
emphasis on evangelism neglects piece to noble discourse, Randolph -
Fur one Railroad Commlnflloner. ot "Senator occasioned by the death ot
Christian education then we Webster, waving him away. "Notan "If he Is you can count me as the the (State; of Florida, Honorable I'.k. Tinmmell and Honorable .. rut. .... fuyyrWAlre IYLY tlsaevtraele, Urlxewe Ifer.1e.v

mist on Christian education and accompaniment to empty head- last" flung out Peggy rushing For State Senator for Fifteenth Hen Duncan V Fletcher and d.-.
alorlal District. of the State! or iB-natliiK! the flixt Tuexduv I after the
neglect evangelism. Without evangelism ed cackle." from the room Fliirldn.. flixt Monday In November, A, !H>

we will soon have no one to Lieutenant Bowie Timberlake When Rowdy Dow came to press For One !Member of the House. oHeprenentutlve 19:18.0.' : the time for holding an .1.-
I of the State ot tlon to fill xald. vacancleM anilWUKKIOAM I Agent Sinclair Refining Company (Inc)
educate Before you can train might have been tempted to make his matrimonial suit that evening Florida the UolPrlin'' him. "..-

I; Christians men have to first become some flippant reply but at that Peggy had quieted down. In fact For County Judge Ih'.,'"'' such, Wrltx. of Electron tc FOI; SI.NCKAIlt I'KOIU'CTH .I
For Sheilff the Secretary' of State,
Christians. Men become moment smiling face and she she had been so 1'IIONK 138: :'I'
Peggy's was sorry For Clerk of the Circuit/ Court TIltCKIOKOlin I I I i Notice la hereby
, Christians by personal acceptance lissome figure were mirrored In the forceful In expressing her thoughtsto 1 For County AnneitHor. of Taxes.. given that an election to fill thvacanclex < "

: of Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. doorway. She went over to :Major the man she secretly admired For For Tax County Collector.Superintendent. of Pub- States 'senator In the for Offices the of unexplredteim United\ J. H. WAINWRIGHT Agt.NTAItKK. .

l' All training previous to conversion O'Neale and put an arm about him 'above all others but her father's lic I n.t rllrllon. of Honoinhle Pat'Ic 1'inmmell l'IdRh l,\ II

\ should lead to a definite acceptance "Father," she asked with seem reprimands had nothing to do with IIIi

of Jesus Christ as Lord and ing Innocence "why didn't you tell this change of heart. When Randolph Ii

Savior. Any other method of me we had company ?" with expressionless face I

training ia not really Christian. Major O'Neale accepted the cue crossed the reception room on his I Ir'

his to the bar caught ....- ........ _. .' ..__... .. ...__. ..... "'
e e e and proudly Introduced daughter way Rowdy r--

to the newly arrived guests. Peggy's furtive look of contrition 1
That! In all things Christ might
Professor Sunderland seized the opportunity and realized there was somethingmore .
have the preeminence. In other
to Join a compliment for back of it. PHa'/9nA/8H/
words, our Lord should be first. He
Peggy with a bit of sarcasm! directed "I thought so." he murmured. THE
should have first place in our ambitions
business at his naval traveling companion "So that's why you're not Interested yaa e' tp, w
social relations

contacts and In our religious programs I to "You'd In me." better home" said GENES MOTORS' PROVING
The exaltation of the "A most pleasant ending a go GROUND 4a
rather unpleasant Journey, Miss Peggy "and duck your head In .
church become a form of idol .
O'Neale," he said with a bow. some nice cold water"

worship. Jesus Christ is the Head. Slightly embarrassed when she "Why?" asked Rowdy. "You i. ', "'

The Church is the body. The Head realized she was the center of so needn't get flustered Just because I 1 e .
must be first. The Church is a
many admiring masculine eyes, I see!!: what anybody else ought to .
means to end and not means
an a "
Peggy slipped over to Daniel Web- be able to. 1t
in itself The business of the '
ster table. "Oh Rowdy, have some sense, t _
Church is the exaltation of Jesus
Christ "Isn't anyone taking care of you, pleaded Peggy. "I'm the daughter ( '

not the exaltation! of herselfor Mr. Webster?" she Inquired.No of an innkeeper. He's the first i ,, .,, ,,b4, .
her program or her plans or her of America. Besides, n'; /. > ," '
one was proof against Peg- gentleman ; : < 'h;,
rtludl It is possible to build) pro- gy's volatile ,spirits and the famous I'm still making mud pies as far as "$,; '<'" yy .

grams so big and have rituals so statesman drew himself out of he's concerned. 7' 1"i' 1 '

beautiful men will fall to see Je- reverie. Dowdy did not press the sub .
his _
sus because they are looking at the but ________
"Have you shaped any new political Jcct. nor did he press his suit

Program, and enjoying the ritual. doctrines. Peggy ?" he asked he did make an excuse to leave I

The writer knows a preacher who "Political doctrines ?" she echoed early. When he left Professor I

la "i lovely man and a Christian of t
heaved sigh relief
"Why I'm nothing but an Impressionable Sunderland a
but almost every Sabbath he woman." t and seized the chance for a "
prr-lr'1es on some phase of theTiiii.h fall conference with Peggy. !
"Who might all too easily private I Ir
: I should like to hear benighted "You know, I've male an inu-n.
under the Influence of a I I

tb.' preacher preach for. six States Rights' rebel." said Webster live study of hands." he mild i! L }?J1 1

DID: !ihs on Jesus Christ as Savior meaningfully."If i "May I see yours ?" I 1f

an.. i 'ord) This modern world needs you mean your dearest ene. Peggy held out her palm half f 1 + f

fc nit, Jesus Christ. All the John Randolph" said Peggy, believing that this magnetic vlsitoi I d ?,

crumbled chaotic conditions of "he ny left me to walk home alone on could indeed determine her fortune i s .: _t 1f

state bus from the convolutions visible there
moaern civilization have come some silly excuse about I
"A magnificent coalescence o)
about because Christ has not had Iness."
Sunderland. after '
"State of Virginia business I'll lines 'I v

1"t place. God help us to giveHim warrant," cried Webster catch- profound study. "Just as I thought Y f

In all things prominence. Ing up her words. "Not the busi- Ah igne Ignem." I II
What on earth does that
1'1 niic-i IT C01'HT iv" 1\B. roil ness of the United States. I asked ,
I'll' perfectly timed mean ? Peggy.
IIFnitItTY Fl.lllllltl. This thrust was 1
I" 'it a'..I'F-RV. moment SenatorRondolph's "From fire comes fire" was the I iff
( at that very
k.vntcL Complainant MARSHALL. rather angular shade" reply "Deep down Iii your soul a f

DIVOr.CE the threshold. Like two flame burns eternally. A flame I
tell across
1\1'111R'; "' S MAnSHALtT : -, to Join in combat he which has a magic power"I I (
''fendant. lions ready he I
off u...;., or Pt'Ol.11'10"" and Webster exchanged piercing Peggy Involuntarily drew ,
Yo'1'ICe't'o .\PPI ,". hand away. The Professor sensei r If

id'l', ..Robert. S. Marshall whom re.- glances. time to terminate the I r ;J
it was
u. \m unknown: "Is it true Senator Randolph, that
ll' !I. hereby ordered that you are examination and looked
"that said preliminary
r' 11
Webster, you
i I"I' sari to appear on November asked
t"1' ,I A D. 191 before the above end tate of Virginia would never submit up at her with a disarming f f'j

};'i"', Court: to the Bill of Complaint distasteful laws hatchsd IImlle.
if1 .lrllln"t In the above entie to any he said r'
you should be honored.: ?
II "I ak
of Massachusetts '
"" ; on September 3l1th. ; bjr the frozen-noses
,'"I, lh'h.- Bradford County Telegraph and Connecticut?" "It you'd permit me to give youa a

q'I' hfiedynewsp5Ver a whhh this ">fo" said Randolph coldly more complete reading Perhapi L'f

""-.UP hall b.. published Once a himself "but I do say tomorrow?"
''.W.k for four con...rutlve wfrle. irawlng up. Peggy smiled her approval o/ ,
will nevei
itncea my hand and this seal of the state of Virginia
W at Starke. Florid. thin' violation of her sov this suggestion. f

"till''h.PICIAL day of 8KAMA S..,ptn.b A. D. 1938 erelgn submit rights to any be It an amendment Meanwhile Inside the taproom L ] I i I

J. THOMAS forbidding slavery or any other ill John Randolph was listening t< ''
As Clerk; of the Circuit Court stories narrated by Lieutenant _
Brndfnrd Florida. conceived law.
F.Tr\VD\ flRF.RN Timberlake. As the latter'ay ar'l
; "What will the state of Virginiado
5'"k rose, his
nrFPlplna of empty glasses
I l9.2.SC[-III-at' about it?" retaliated Webster r )


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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished It s in the bag for Roosevelt! ... .. continues to Miss Effto Crawford, Cdr. Mr. and Mrs. R Nand t :-a' '!
Mlm. IU.... Z.l.lrr, C...>.*> ) The Upper Room "
Although moat of us In this part! attract a large gathering and family spent Sunda ,v ,

1877 of the country have felt sure ot HallBrown there are new ones being added Mrs J. L. Gaaklna ands Mrs. and Mrs. C. A. HilUa, ? w

If all along. It waa nevertheIes8thrll1lng Mr. and Mrs. W Brown an- weekly to the regular attendance.A Mathle Rhoden of Wateroak section lawn section

to find that the political nounce the marlage of their daughter timely message was taught were visiting friends and rel- .

MEM.BER.LORIDA *Vni i observers Drew Pearson aDd Doris to Calvin Hall son of Tuesday evening on The Dead Who atives In this section Thursday CARD OF THAMKT.W

!I PRESS ASSOCIATION Robert S. Allen are of the earn Mrs. M. Hall on Thursday Octo- Walk and Talk and the subject afternoon.

1O33 '' opinion. ber 15, 1936. at Starke. Mr. and though sounding ghostly, is still a J. R. Quinn was a business vial-, ? wish to express our -'nc'

,_ ..JiO'tWaI/.d. :J LOttdGt These men who write the absorbing Mrs. Hall will make their home In fact as seen !in the Bible for does tor to Jacksonville last week. thanks to the good people or, R,.

column "The Daily WashIngton Theressa. It not say that those: who live In Miss Mlttle Prevail, 'of Jacksonville ford County for their faithful, h

-- ----- ------ ------- ------------ --- Merry-Go-Round" a a i d! sin are dead while they live- spent the week-end here they gave us during the 'Ickn

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Monday that "President Roosevelt L. L. Youngblood and Earl Geiger -. "Search the scriptures for in them with her sister and brother-in-law and death of our dear fat he. '

Matter! at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. will be re-elected on November were In Hampton Saturday attending ye think ye have eternal life and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Crawf fd. husband. Also for the beau,

r -- Third." The statement was mad. to business they are they which testify ot flowers. We especially want
-- Crawfordare
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___________Editor and Owner "categorically and without any W. S. Sibley attended the teach- me." Brantley of GrH.D L. Matthews n_ ___ .. did receiving congratulations on Dr. Parks and Dr
reservations<< whatsoever. They ers meeting In Gainesville Friday Fresh flowers always in evi- Middle!,,,,
__ the arrival of a littledaughter,
-- --- --- u""I not reach their conclusion hastily week. their faithful service
-- and Saturday of last deuce, were more abundant than born October 17. during
SUBSCRIPTION RATE but only after a first-hand surveyIn Hall contributed this illness
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. were usual many being
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance I every one of the major doubtful in Keystone Heights Thursday on week by friends of the work. i Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Sullivan of : Mrs. Clayton ion,
states. Jacksonville spent Sunday with and
business. Watch for announcement next Family
Advertising Rates Application: I This announcement by Pearson Mrs. Florence Williamson W. S. week when there may be a new

.. -- -- and Allen has more real significance t }
---- speaker
--- Swindell and Mrs. J. P. Dickensonwere i '
i than all the straw ballots -- r + d.. Fin
in Starke "t
NomineesIn visiting relatives
Democratic Presidential Electors and 'put together because they have Sunday afternoon. HAMPTONMinn 4 ,,,, )

become recognized all over the r ,,
the Democratic I A number of young people gath- Adn \Im..o.: Correspondent L ? The
order to assist its readers in voting country as having the Inside information peopf'j's
ered at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
ticket in the General Election,.November 3, the Telegraph has on current affairs situa-and Calvin Hall for H surprise party Miss Edna Harrison of Pompano I choice for
their analysis of political and is the guest of Mrs. :M. / !" ;
Music ,
compiled the following list of electors and nominees. In or- tions have always It is unthinkable been correct that In games Saturday were evening.enjoyed during the Watterson and Mrs. T. F. L'I '1'1111' I!I'"/d, V1Illlup' 'p I";"".:""II' 21 Years .

der to vote for re-election of President Roosevelt the voter will I the they past.would risk their reputations evening. and family <<

have to place an (X) mark opposite each of the followingseven as political writers by drawing I C. A. Youngblood and J. S. Hall Miss Cleo Saxon who has been

hasty conclusions or by making were transacting business in for several months In Pompano returned I I PLATFORr.iQ

names which will appear on the ballot mixed in with predictions that they were not pos- Starke Saturday. to her home here this week

the Republican electors: itive would be correct. Mrs. Pearl Adams and son Tre- Mrs. J. P. Sullivan returned to
her home here after a visit with CENTER
conclude their article with vor Wilson and Mrs. Margaret TRACTION
They her sister .Mrs Willie Sullivan ol in (VERY
Fred Andrews ', < \ the statement that "So whether Wells all of Jacksonville were 2-1 Tread

W. P. (Bill) Arnold you are for him or against him I visiting at the home of D. J. Phil- Waldo. I3LOWOUT PROTECTION in
Mrs. Mattle Anna Ward Is visit- EVERY
can trim, your business sails lips of Theressa, Saturday. 3.
Erie B. Askew you and your election bets on the basis Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swindell and ing her daughter, Mrs. Bishop Sur- TOP QUALITY at EVERY Price'I

Mrs. George M. Dorman that It's In the bag for Roosevelt" children of Theressa were visit- rency of Gainesville this week. C TForr

Wallace N. Keith We are glad to say that we do Ing their son-In-law and daughter RISING Nolt-skid
not know of many people In Bradford Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Carstensen ot: X Milyg
Lloyd Z. MorganJ. W3
County who are not for him West Coy Sunday. Mls Edna Lewis, CorrespondentRobert For HotoffPreElection-

J. Parrish, Jr. but It Is a fine thing to know that Mrs. D. W. Moore was visitingher Oller.--Ronald ; ; th.-G rlddl.

other counties In enough sister Mrs. Bell Brown in Ingle, j i ALL-WEATHER
with the let- enough I I James Priester and Frank Parna- New.Literary. Lirg.st
electors begin s.lling
of all Republican Sunday. tiro
The names other states feel the same way Hampton I on oarthtat

ter "A". They were carefully handpicked to confuse the voter about Roosevelt to Insure his re W. In S. Jacksonville Swindell is visiting this week.relatives ay, Miss all of Dorothy Jacksonville Crosby were and visitIng Miss- Dig..tPoll us show you why Wfll

who does not study the ticket before voting. It will be election. -0-- The recent rains were greatly Irene[ Lewis Sunday at the home of for President For '

well to memorize the seven names listed above if you wish to VOTE! appreciated by farmers of this Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby. John B. Long Mileage-tlwcocaooffioji -

have been of great Mrs. H. H. Lewis Is spending "
section and fi1
vote for Roosevelt. But even If the election Is "In benefit to the fall crops. this week in Lakeland and Plant Corn menLJ ; }
; !
the bag" it does not behoove any- t tor -
Here are the party nominees, some of whom will be opposed Mrs. Arthur Milligan and daughter City with relatives SPEEDWAY
to sit at home on November Broadcast by tip
one Sylvia of Ocala and Mrs. S. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner spent a
by Republicans: 3 and let the other fellow do the W. Griffith and son. Donald of Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. GoodyearMon. 6/ Flne.fllrobullUha, 4s'".
voting. Many an election has been ., Wed., x >\ .*"sa.low
their Shaw of the State Farm. liS
For Governor-Fred Cone. Miami have visiting I Fri. A"" "
lost through over-confidence and parents Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter of evening ferG< 0 i I".'"'''>* ( M"
For United States Senator-Claude Pepper.For each Democrat who stays away Heilbronn spent! Sunday afternoon I I l..rWthouchain, -

United States Senator-C. O. Andrews.For from the polls means just one less with Mr. and Mra. Bert Shaw 00 &ffB. ;

Representative Second District-H. A. (Lex) Green. vcte the Republicans will need to WOOtil JVN Jeff Lewis of Jacksonville spent NBC SURE 0
their GRIP
carry things way the week-end with his home folks.

For Secretary of State-R. A. Gray. "' One of the greatest possessions Mrs. A. J. Tarbrough Cor. Mrs. F. M. White of Gainesville Blue Network ".,..., For

i For Attorney General-Cary D. Landis., "', of a free people Is the right to vote.It is spending a while with her "trucksas. e.r ors and 80

M. Lee. .;$" '' Is the defender of our liberties E. E. YaTf rbrough and Shad sister, Mrs. Walter Underhill low as *
For Comptroller-J. r ,
to i WEEK; v
and a weapon against injustice. Thompson were business visitors ,+- Hi.,

For State Treasurer-W. V. Knott. Yet this Invaluable heritage Is not Jacksonville Tuesday GUM BRANCII ,

For Superintendent of Public Instruction-Colin English. prized by millions of otherwise Robert Crawford and Charney Sties Elizabeth Harnage, Cor.
good citizens. Proof of this state- Yarbrough were visiting Mrs.
For Commissioner of Agriculture-Nathan Mayo.
ment can be found in the fact that Bill Green Friday night in Jack REGISTER MOTOR COMPANY
J. D. Dobbs Jr.
For Supreme Court Justices-Glen Terrell .and J. B. usually In Bradford County only sonville. Mr. and Mrs. ,
and children Violet Eugene
Whitfield.For about half of the people who are Mrs. R. N. Crawford and family and Mrs. Carl Dobbs all of Lake STAJIKK., FLORIDA
to vote do so. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. YOUR GOODYEAR POLLOMETEIFREE
qualified IN-GET
Railroad Commissioner B. Douglas. Carl Hilliard and family. City were visiting J. A. Harnage COME':;
If the government attempted to and family recently -
I Mr. and Mrs. Marlus Johns spent I
E. Johns.
For State Senator-Charley deny us the right to vote many the week-end with his parents E. i Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and

people who now sit at home on Mrs. W. F. Harnage were guests
D.: Johns. .!
election l day would take up arms ot Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Green Sunday -
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas and
and spill their blood in an effor afternoon.Mr. JACOBSFall
children from Rising section were
to regain the privilege of the bal and Mrs. i' F. Shaw of the
Mr. and-Mrs.. W. R. Ker-
WIN WIN WINHall's lot. And yet this precious right visiting State Farm were visiting relatives -
has virtually been abolished li sey in this section Sunday after-
Mr and Mrs. W, R. Kersey Mrs.
many countries. In Germany at E. E. Yarbrough and son, Charney noon. .Surprises
the last election citizens had a W. H Carter Is spending a few
and Robert Crawford spent the .
choice of endorsing Hitler or ot: week-end in Jacksonville with Mr. days with J. A. Harnage and famy. { !

Grocery leaving the ballot blank there being and Mrs. Riley Kersey. _' .1 _
no opponent to him. The same Ancel Norman has returned
A large crowd attended a chicken
I" true of Rsla,. few R
thing Italy home after spending a days
at Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
: Greece and a dozen other powers. Johns.supper Everyone reported a nice with his brother-in-law and slater, I U 1 t..S" for Ladies"THE"

MARKET And here In America, where we llr.. and Mrs. Harvey Edwards at J

still have that right, which preserves time.Miss Vlrgle Gaskins of Boot- Canal Point.SUNNY. .- '
our freedom half of us .
aey's Beach was visiting Miss Lor- MODE FOR WINTER2PIECE
don't trouble to exercise it.
So cast: ballot on November
your --+-- : O. E. Crosby, CorrespondentThe
AND LUNCH 3. Show that you appreciate the D. B. Nolan

right to vote. And make sure the farmers are all busy getting INDIVIDUAL 2.98

t NKAK SEABOARD ST\TION-nEII MARKET election"" doesn't go to the opposItion D. B. Nolan 57; died Saturday their strawberries out. 1.98 I __, AND SMART:

simply through the negligence morning at his home in Hampton Ruby and Rufus Crosby made a ALSO SILK,PRESSES AT THESE PRICES

r of you and others like you who as a result of an, attack of pneu- business trip to Miami recently. __ _u ._ .

rt.t. Each 50c Spent for Groceries or Meat didn't think that Roosevelt would monia. J. R. Kelley spent the weekendn r..,oo ,

need your vote. He was born In Virginia and later Lake Butler with his wife. 1 c---, I

entitles you to a $2.50 Grocery Order -- lived in Macon Ga., where he Among those attending the chicken INTER'S, > I AND OUR LADIES'SMARTS"sxe

.\N I I"OUTN'I'lII'NUIEN'T: was assistant general manager ol plleau at Hampton Lake Thursday :j i

ASK US ABOUT THIS OFFER. An important amendment to the the Southern Railway. For the past were O. J Mott Miss Neta ,.... HATSFOOTWEAR
five years he had lived in Hamp- Fred Haislop Miss Farell
constitution of Florida. will be voted Kelly, !
on November 3. If carried it ton.Two ohns, L. O. Johns H. B. Kelly, MODES! THAT 1.00
sisters and one brother sur- Miss Nona Brown and Ovid Thom. 1.98 ,SUIT ONE'S IN.
E will empower our state to partici- .
pate In the National Social Security vive.Funeral as., 2.95 1.49
services were held Sun THE NEW
Jessie Goodman was visiting at
: Act designed to aid the aged,
morning In Santa Fe Cerne- ONES ARE SO 1.98
day the State Farm Sunday afternoon.
the blind and dependent children.At
terp with the Rev. J. T. Guy officiating l- Our New Stork, Is .The PICTURESQUESO
FLOUR, 24 Lbs., Good 71c the present time Florida'sconstitution in Mrs. O. E. Crosby spent the Of Feminine I FHAhSO NOVELTHEY _
Arrangements were
prohibits the legisla- week-end with her mother Mrs. ,lon Circle A Bit Dar-
SET OFF 2 49i
of the Boree Funeral Home. .
POTATOES U. S. No. 1 10 Its. 25c ture from appropriating funds for charge Lacy Johns. i Ing And Vet: So Alluring TilE CONTOUR
those attending the Displaying The
Among 'emlOF
relief purposes and individual vial Master may have possession at FEMININE
counties have had to put up the the time of ouch *a1 .
BACON, Best, extra good, Lb. 17c money to match Federal funds under A. O. ANDHRt'Special Mauler.. night were: Oscar Crosby Fate Beautiful .j FULLY.

the Social Security Act. KNIGHT &: KNIOHT Irown, H. B. Kelly George Jordan i I,
Attorney for PI 4ntlff. Ted and Nlta Kelly.
Pure Hog Lard or Compound, lb. --12Yzc Although all sixty-seven of thestate's ld-JS-3t-10-.1 Mr.Haislop and Mrs. Marcus Conner and I -. -
counties are now participatIng -- ---- -
:NOTICK H. B. Kelly have returned home
RIB BEEF STEW Lb. lOc In the program most of them I Notice In hereby "given to all concerned trom Miami. VARIETY IS THE WORD INHate
are doing so only as a temporary that the city Council of the
I'lty of Xtarke Florida sitting ax aBoard Randolph Crosby left last week
until relief
ROUND STEAK or T-BONE, Lb. 18c I measure can be taken over appropriations by the- October, of 8th.h2quallsers A 1A 1&38 on made Tuesday the tor the CCC Camp.. SHf' ''IRTS

following chance In the tea a..m.nt -
j state and It cannot, be hoped that I ...... roll no filed by the City ,
the counties will continue to shell Tax Assessor for 1930. BROOKER You Ever', I This Entire Lot I*"
out for this purpose If the amend Notice .In further given that the ;Mia Vera Oalney, Correspondent ;Thought What A 79c98c
ment fails to City Council will at a meeting to beheld i Change Of Color Refreshing To Th
pass. on the 90th day nf October. at ; And Pattern III Eye. Cut Full And
PURE GROUND COFFEE, Lb. 12'/2c Therefore, if you want an assured the City Hall I .Ir. Starke' at 7:30 Don't torget-u-"chlcken supper .
old age pension under the National o'clock P. M .hear. from alt. suchowners sponsored by the Brooker W. M. S. Your Shirts Can Roomy, They'll Re- I

ONIONS Extra Good 3 Lbs. lOc Security Act it will be necessary and or file agent complaint an desire a* to to appear the- Friday night at the Brooker school Do For You? Try- Cain Their Fit

for you to come out on November ; valuation a. fixed' by the said building. The proceeds will be It. You'll Feel Llk: : I Through End Ie r.
Hoard of Kquallaep. and hear any 49
PRINCE ALBERT Can lOc I 3 to vote for the constitutional : region why the valuation should used for the repair of the church A New Man. 'I.\' f.. 'RAhIDC'
amendment that will give be chanced.Eh building. Serving will begin at
of lot 1 &: lot 3, 5. 7 of blk October 23.
I the legislature power to appropriate S6 18: 6 *2 original Town of six o'clock; Friday. h_ i
TOMATOES. No. 2 can Standard 7c t state money for relief. .1 I Ktarke. Shell Petroleum Corp. from The Brooker P. T. A. Is sponsorIng -
,.onooo to IDOOOOO. which Is to be presented :
i Block 31 a* extended on Rnieyn. a Play :MEN & BOYS
SALAD DRESSING. Pt. 15c M>'ri<'M OK M ,tTKIf,s III...; Map. 28 8 22 Original Town of Saturday'nIght. October 24 at LUMBERCORDUROY -
i ;Nntlee I III tiorphr clvon that under stark" Dulf Keflnlnc Co., from the Biookcr school building by a i
and In nc>,oordnn-* with that certain $711110.00 to f 900.00.
Hall's Pork Smoked Lb. 25c final dotrr. of forvrlomir, and ...!. The treat Atlantic Pacific Tea LiCrosse: cast The name of the PANTS JACKS
Sausage, ..("11...>vl bv II m, tln Wm. Jarkon Co. Personal front $75000 to ",- play Is "Aunt Jerndy On the War- i
as Judge duly d..I..nat..d l and a.. 000 00.The. FOR
-iKiitfd' In that. certain. cau. p-ndlnit American 011 Cn Personal! path." Admission will be ten and Boys 1.98 i
In Circuit r-ourt of Bradford County from $1000.01) t. US00.00. twenty-five cents. Please come. I .
,n Chano ry, Fruit Grower. Express. Co. Per- Mens 2.49 MEN
We are remodeling our store and will i Nlirltth.I. 'I a* Lliiuldntor; 'i fortliradforl i iI fonul from nl.oo to f 100,00. MIA Vera Gainey spent part of
('oury I corporation I I. Shell Pstroleum.Cnrp. Personal last week in Lake Butler with her !
I n';.tlntlff: and ki.or'.n: r> Uren I In d.- from <,20 00 to $9S ,00Southern Hxve You E\ 'r Tried To BOYS
have plenty of room to serve you. Giveus fondant the undtrnlKnrd. Special! Bell Telephone 3:4 Teleirraph -' sister, Mrs. R. W Brannen. I Wear Out A Pair Of Cor.durot i
I Master will rll to the hl.h...t bidder To. Personal fi'ob $ 00 to, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thigpen of (Pant? It KIDDIESEVERYBODY'S
chance and will find prices! for iuHh, durlnt th* loval hnur.of $1500.00.Sinclair. here I
a you our I, Hale on Monday, Novetmher end Reflnlnir f'o, peraona! Palatka spent last Sunday Can't Be Done
linn, at thr Mouth" front door of the from 157000 to fl&OOOO.Wetern as guests of her sister Mr. ant:
cheaper. aunty ..rnurthuui In Htark Florida Union i iJACOBS'
Ilh.. following chattel. to-wlt; Personal from (571 till to $100.00. Mra. B. F. Hazen. ; O"T
Four younah I lfr. from the dairy Seaboard Air I.lne Railway Co. Mr. and Mrs. R, B. Raiileraon : : S. I
n<>rd of Lnr.neo ttr.en, now In the Personal from '''.1180.00 to 26.- In Lake Butler with i
FREE DELIVERYWE p Sin. any and all <>t her ,-nttlwn I. W. U WALL.Chairman frIends and relatives.

MEET ALL CASH PRICES said>*rrlbwd, iinl In..tlnit tin' of final the dectwe dairy of Starke.Sty rnunrllCity Florida. I Services were held< at the Baptist J J

.>f lm-.>ii.o tlrin afmwyald. (afor"-I I Atteit: CARL JOHNS.City j i Church Sunday by the Rev. O. NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE
the 4r. settle prvl iul.r cold ,, Clerk.10U3tl E. McGauley. __
i P|>*' lal Mu..tr), of which. .... : -30: -


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