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 21, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Board Meets TomorrowTo Prices Slightly Higher the sale of 70,000 pounds::! of pecans from the 'I

,I Restore \ As Season Here State Farmers Market here last Friday, it was announcedthat

' Names I Nears End the second auction in the series will be held Thursday,

.1 I II October 27 beginning at 1 P. M. Automobiles and trucks ,

I Falling far short of last( year's jammed the market grounds here last Friday and standingroom .
'Everybody and his figures Bradford,County's Sea Island 1 '
his name In the brother"l cotton will bring was at a premium on the platform as growers flocked j
kI'I, baa crop grow-
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week with the publication I ers $8,350 as confuted with $21- in nom tms ana surrounding
termed "the longest list of qualified !- 560 in 1937. 'V
i II I: counties for the first
since the I pecan
voters county was
'I With ginnIng racUcaUy com NEW PLAN1
divided Repeal of the poll tax as pleted and half the crop sold auction ever held in Florida.
for doubtless
a prerequisite voting County Agent T. K. McClane Jr., Prices ranged all the way froman

accounts for the increase. yesterday placed his estimate of average of (5.46c a pound for SUBMITTEDBYLISENBY

0. Although no one this week hadtime the county's total production at -1. seedlings to an average of ISc for

to sit ,down and actually eighty boles, little more than one- Mahans and Schleys.

5- the names, it Is believed third of last season's 220.
vat count PALESTINE:.-British Tommies While not as picturesque as a

that around 3,600 remain on the I I Prices have .shown a slight Improvement give a picturesque son of Palestinea tobacco auction, the scene at the

tIJt qualified list after the wholesale iattpt with an average of 26c careful going over to see that he market here held plenty of Inter-

revision last week by the Boardof I H I, per pound being paid here to date Is not packing a gun under his est for spectators as well as growers Market Committee Holds

County Commissioners when I I I as compared with an average of I flowing burnoose. At latest reportthe who followed auctioneer James

364 names of "dead or removed" i 1 .' 24 He last year. I British had Just a bit more McGee up and down the platform Important Meeting
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persons were ordered stricken. I ;: .. ,: aa.i, Factors contributing to the short than they could handle in the present eager to hear the price bid for Monday Night

North Starke with around 1,200 : crop were rainy weather and boll Arab revolt. The rebels are each individual offering. Sacks of

registered voters still remains the I I Who says the Telegraph Isn't a family newspaper Here are weevil Infestation late in the Bumnvr. said to have beaten the British out i I pecans were piled high and at one

4'h. largest voting precinct in the county four young men all in one family, who seem to be thoroughly enjoy- Only 400 acres were planted I of Bethlehem in heaviest fighting time It was estimated that 100,000 Following a meeting Monday

h.Ott South Starke holds second I ing It. They are Guy Jack, James! and Sebern, sons of Mrs. Irene : this year, less than half of the of the present "War." I pounds were on the platform. night of the Executive Committee

place with 825 qualified, while !I Rigdon, who Buy the Telegraph helps pass away the time while their I! 1,050 acres planted in 1937. I Some were taken away unsold. of the Board of Directors of the

a. Lawtpy with 735 comes third. I mother works in the sewing room at Starke Their home is near Cotton this .year was from four Average prices, for different va- I State Farmers Market here, C. II.

Smoker is In fourth place with I Crosby; Lake.STRUTH. ,I to tlv.* ogrll'd s .better than last COOKING SCHOOLTO rieties were quoted as follows: Nasworthy, chairman, describedas
registrations and Hamptonranks Mr: McClane enlcl. The' "enthusiastic" the attitude of
410 year's crop
Schleys ______________ 15 0
Ut"I fifth with 230. New River Is co-operative-gin here has turned growers and buyers concerningthe
Mahans ______________ 15 c
sixth ,on the list with 115. and Graham NAMESRED QUEEN out sixty-two bales to date and BE SHOWNTHURSDAY first auction of pecans.It .
I Van Demana _?______ S.40c
leads Theressa a will or stated thut while
by probably complete seven
barely was operations -
Stewarts _________ __ 8.96c
margin of one registration ((88 to CROSS FOR HALLOWE'ENTO eight more before the season IB A. M. Kennedys! ______.__u:.__ 8 c here last Friday did (not
87> for seventh and eighth place I entirely over. Seventy percent of I : measure up in full to the desires
Presidents ___________ 8 c
this output was graded as U. of the is believed
respectively.The S'I Success ______________ 7.40c management it
No. 1 with a reparation grade that future because the
County Commissioners WORKERSChairman\ BEPICKEDAnnual sales of
Money-Maker ________ 7.35C
especially urge citizens to studythe normal. This was a vast Improvement 'Will Be Friday experience gained last week, can
Repeated Froscher _____________ 7.66c
I over the 1937 season! when be conducted
list of names stricken which Curtis _______________ 6.65C on a more systematicbasis.
more than, half of the Afternoon and Sat- .
was Attendance
I Is published on page two of this_ crop Teach _______________ 6.5( cRandall of growers and
The Board will be in EnthusiasticOver P.-T. A. Event :I graded as No. 2 or lower. the general public was larger than
l Issue sea- urday Morning ______________ 6.33c
sion Saturday to restore any Success Of Planned For Next "Although this season was rather Moores ______________ 6 c expected it was said thus hampering -

names that have been erroneously discouraging because of boll Seedlings ____________ B.46C the efficiency of those conducting -
to First showing of "Star In My
removed and It is important for Roll Call FridayOne weevil trouble, many Sea Island the sale.

every voter to look over the list to I cotton workers still believe that it Kitchen the new motion picture Mr Naaworthy also .said that at
..0 Is a promising maney crop for this cooking school being presented by TO REORGANIZE
his has not been the
that meeting
IPe name removed Monday night a pro
41 Elmo R. Struth, Bradford County girl from each grade in high i section of the state" Mr. McClane I the Telegraph free to the public, was .submitted the
through error. gram by mar-
I chairman of the annual Red school has been selected to enter I said. wilt take place at the Ritz Theatre CONVENTIONA ket manager, J. S. Lisenby, for

Cross Roll Call has enlisted the the contest for the Hallowe'en "The crop was short all over the a Thursday morning, Oct. 27 at conducting future sales. This

NEW FOUNTAINAT services of a competent staff of queen to be named at the Carnivalon state or the price would have been)110 o'clock. The school will be repeated meeting of Christian Churchesin was thoroughly reviewed, and plan to
workers to assist in the drive October 28. Clara Flume was considerably better the agent .Friday afternoon at 3:30: ( Bradford and Union Counties a
extent revised
some; ,, by..the committee
CARPENTER'SCarpenter's which will begin on A'rmlstlce Day, selected from the Senior Class continued. "VWH.: Haynes state o'clock and again Saturday morn win begin at Long Bridge' otr Sat- and will be Into'effect
I, cotton worker stated ing at 10 o'clock. urday, October 20 for the purposeof
November 11.Subchairmen. Marian Dowling from the elev- this week at the next auction here on the
0 I the Rexall Drug for nearby towns enth grade, Katryna Wilder from that he sold thirty-eight bales in Besides seeing the entertainingand reorganizing the Fifth Sunday 27th. "No one will have cause for

Store in Starke, this week installed will be: Mrs. Geo. W. Roberts, the tenth grade, and Geraldine Sil- Brooksvllle last week for 28c per instructive film, those who Convention. complaint at the next sale if they

one of the new famous "Liquid Lawtey; Mrs. L. A. Brown assisted cox Is to represent the ninth grade. pound." attend the school on any one of An Interesting program for both I will observe the rules and regulations -

Lifetime' Soda Fountains, and D. I I by Mrs. C. J. Crews, Brooker; M. This contest is being sponsored The gin here will be closed aft- these three days will have an opportunity Saturday and Sunday has been arranged -I set forth," Mr. Nasworthy

1, P Carpenter, proprietor, cordially I W Morrow Hampton; M. L. by the P.-T. A. and votes will cost er Saturday October 28. Growersare to win a number of with the main event being said

Invites the public to come In Johns, New River. Mrs. P. D. one cent. The girl having the I urged to bring all cotton in gifts which are being given away a sermon Sunday afternoon at 3:30:

and Inspect the new dispenser. Fancher will again serve as chair most votes by nine o'clock on the before that time.GLEE by local and national advertisers o'clock by the Rev. A. B. Roberson "Complaints that green pecans

The new equipment is attrac- man for the State Farm. night of October 28 will be crowned cooperating with the Telegraph In pastor of the First Christian were being In offered were made" by

tive and Impressive and surface .In Starke, N. D. Wainwright queen. At that time the queen presenting "Star In My Kitchen." Church In Jacksonville and chair- buyers stone instances, it
I parts are of glossy, smooth mar- Jr., F. F. Stump, and T. Frank will choose her king and they will These gifts will Include kitchen man of the State Board. was In the"This of course offered, Is reflected -

ble and clean, sparkling chronlum. I Landrum will have charge of the reign over the carnival. GAINESVILLELast utensils, cake flour, large cans of The meeting will open at 10:30: on prices allowance for, necessitating the

It Is nearly twice the length of its business district while Miss Ruth Each grade is expected to sup- shortening a variety of breakfast o'clock Saturday morning by the loss in which will
weight Inevitably
predecessor and the cooling ma- Sternberg, Miss Ruth Rowe and port its candidate and do every- Friday the BHS Junior foods large boxes of assorted toil- pastor, W. T McGulre. Dinner -
..3 chinery is placed In back of the Mrs. Elmo Struth will canvass the thing possible to make that girl High School Glee Club, with several et soap, and many other articles. will be served on the grounds at

building to eliminate unnecessary I residential district. the queen. The general public Is other glee clubs from this and I Everyone attending the school Is noon and at three o'clock L. S. "Growers from six counties were

noise The fountain has all the E. L. Williams principal will invited to( vote and take part in surrounding counties sang at the eligible for these prizes which will Crews will speak on the benefits represented at the sale last Fri

latest "gadgets" and in additionto promote the Roll Call In the school this big event Besides. giving Teacher's meeting in Gainesville.An be on display for the next few daysIn I derived from the convention In the day and we predict that an even

serving all former drinks and and the Rev. Frank Robinson will some girl the big moment In her unusually.'flne.' accompanist, the window of the Bradford past. At four o'clock W. C. Bur- larger volume will be handled at

Ices. toasted and plain sandwiches speak before various organizations life. the money will go for a good Mrs Florence Brown,. played for', Hardware Co. ton will describe the Christian the auction next Thursday" the

coffee. and hot chocolate have been in Its behalf. E. L. Matthewswill cause. the large group) of 350 singer., and'I Another popular feature of the Church work' being carried on In chairman concluded.

added have charge of publicity. Start voting NOW and don't for- was praised for her excellent work. I school will be the free distributionof this county. He will also preach at .

Two of the most important, I Mr. Struth is very enthusiasticover get the early bird (voters) will It was stated by all the directors ruclpe books'printed by the Tel- 7:45: o'clock following a song. service GEORGE BOWERS

though unseen, features of the his set-up and believes the get the crown. that Mrs. Brown is near to per- egraph and containing the uvorite at 7:30.:

new equipment Is the ingenious Roll Call will be more successfulhere I fection in mastering every worry recipes of Bradford County house- The Sunday morning session will DIED FRIDAYGeorge

arrangement of refrigerating coils I this year than any since war : Road Being Worked that comes to an accompanist. She wives. Our first recipe book wasa be opened with Bible School at 10

around the soda syrup containers times. He has tentatively set his Seven miles of graded road in I played to the complete satisfaction -I smash hit (we still have 'calls i o'clock. Mr. McGuire will preach W Bowers 27, died eary --

which keeps them at a constantlow goal at 500 memberships. from Brooker toward of everyone concerned.The !! for It) and we believe that every I at the 11 o'clock service and C. F. Friday morning In a Palatkaospltal
this ,
temperature and the specially LAst year Bradford County stood county I II group sung three numbers: woman In the county will want to Rivers will speak on Sunday { 1 following a lengthy ill
being reworked -
designed ice cream compartmentsto In sixty-sixth place among the 83chaptt'rs I Worthington Rudolph Beautiful Dreamer 0 sole Mia, have a copy of the new edition. School work at 2:30: o'clock In the nes!!. Funeral services were habitat
as a WPA project, -
keep the Ice cream at serving in the state In percentageof Andrews senior supervisor, and Santa Lucia. All three numbers Fun novelty, and entertainment afternoon. Other interesting services the graveside In Kingsley Lake

temperature all the time. The former memberships Abased on popula- said this week The cleared were beautifully rendered. j I are joined together In "Star In My, are scheduled throughout the Cemetery Saturday afternoon at
I arrangement prevents the use tion. Penney Farms. near here. 'I rlght-j Two busses provided transportation Kitchen" for it Is always fair day. 2 o'clock with Kev. W. E. Hall of
Is widened
of warm in making sodas I led the state with 50.92 percent of : of-way being road for-1 and every member had a sue- ''I' weather when neighborly cooks --. Green Cove Springs officiating. Interment
syrup to feet and the
and! its population Joining the Red ty sixty-six cessful trip and returned safely. I get together. Home-making has a.. In the cemetery followed
sundaes, and a consequent re- I base from fourteen to twentytwofeet.
Wit of Cross. Bradford High School boasts of universal appeal and every woman Marriages Immediately after the services.
not having the full, Invig- will 130laborers.
orating and palate-pleasing tasteIt The. project employ I II an unusually good Glee Club, and I Is eager to learn the latest news V. K. SlHk to Mumle Collier October George Bowers Is the son of
as long as Mrs; Mabel Wall Is director of her craft. 10.AIcKlnley.
should John Bowers and the late Mrs.
have. Mr. Carpenter says Births I Irbgellan's
thai the new Ice cream compart- I -sailed there Is no fuar of its de The Telegraph extends a cor- Mays to Louise Owes, Bowers and was born In Salem, S.
Mr. and Mrs. George PrescottGill : expedition dial Invitation October 1.Andrew. I
cline. to every woman
ments C., November 23, 1910. He was
will his customers I
Iran ever being prevent served ice cream Starke, boy, October 16. I I around the world In 1.083 days. (and man too) In Bradford and Frank to Florence Mac- married to Ruth Ella Priest, who

that is either too soft or so cold HOMECOMING surrounding counties to attend any Donald, October 1. ] survives him. He had two small

that (II t has annoying ice flakes In 100OOOTH SHIP IN PANAMA CANAL I II one of the three showings of this John H Hudson to Betty Thomas children. Besides hs father wife
remarkable film.Mistake October 3.Attends.
i It PLANS. and children he is survived by
Tbe I three brothers Elbert Bowers oC
installation of the new
fountain is another step of constant The annual Homecoming eventat About Road 13 Conference Starke, Jessie. Bowers of Gaatonla.N .
B.H.S. will be held on Friday, C., and Willie Bowers of Salen.S. .
: I Improvement towards the ,. Contrary to a news Item published County Agent T.-K. McClane Jr.
'" November 11, and members of an C., and by a sister, Lettie Mae
highest quality and service a drugStore ... recently In the Tampa Daily will be out of his office all next
alumni committee are cooperatingwith Bowers of Stnrke. He was a member
can give, Mr. Carpenter said. the school In plans to make Times and reproduced In the Tele- week In order to attend the an- of the Baptist Church.

""" graph, no construction work Is be- nual County Agent Conference in
4" the day a big success. The DeWItt C. Jones Funeral
; with ing done by the State Road Department Gainesville. However, the office
football High
A game Home had charge of
NEWSCOUTMASTER '# on the "missing \link" of will be open during the usual! hours
Springs will be played on that date .
and it is expected that this will Road 13 between Baldwin and Callahan anti anyone wishing general Information -
Just how the false rumor will find some one in
be one of the best games of the
J originated in Tampa Is a long the office to help him.
Following of the local S season. .
a meeting story and of no great Importance. -. r-
Scout in the More definite plans for other en-
oman Troop'e Club Committee building Wednesday tertainment features will be an- Another version has It that six (;riffis PresidesOn 8'PA '
miles of the Incomplete twentywill
afternoon, it was announced nounced by the alumni committeenext be built this year, but skeptical Friday and Saturday. October -

that" the Rev. Frank Robinson will I week. : towns along Road 13 won't believe 14 and 15. the Central Florida
"ervf- as temporary Scoutmaster Education Association held its
It tIll| they see It.
|Untl, a permanent one can be obtained -I Mrs. Alice PeelerMrs. fourteenth annual meeting at tJI1 foqs"co.
This action was made nec- Alice Peeler died Tuesday Gainesville with President A. J.

Mfl.y: by the resignation of John I I night at her home in Jacksonville.She Game Club to Meet Griff of Starke presiding, The Ma says she wants Pa to buya

P.5'USeli who left this week for 1 was a native of Bradford) The Bradford County Fish A following counties were represent funeral home for people look so

Tampa where he has accepted a County but had lived In Jacksonville Game Club will meet tonight (Friday ed: Alachua, Bradford, Columbia, nice after they die and are dressed

position with the Peninsula Tele- for the past thirty-seven! ) at 7:45: o'clock in the court Dixie, Gilchrlst Levy, Marlon, up.Pa

j Phon Co. Canal Zone.The Steel Exporter enters the years. Funeral services were held house. Chas. A. Darby presidentof Putnam, and Union. General meet- says he wouldn't be satisfiedIn

. fhe Troop Committee la com- PEDRO MIGUEL for the final step up to the level of Gaillard Cut I Thursday morning and Interment the organization urges a large Ing. were held Friday and Saturday that business. He'd rather havea

Poe of the following: Dr. M.\ B. locks at Pedro Lake Miguel 85 feet above sea level, as it makes the 100.000th followed In Evergreen Cemetery. attendance as several matters of mornings and sectional meet- grocery store and feed live folks)

Hprlong, chairman, Joe. E. Wll- and Gatum through the Panama Canal by ocean going commercial ves- Importance are to be dlacussed.4 hogs were held Friday afternoon.All every day than be sitting around I

i, i I len L A. Davis, Mr. Robinson, lIel5.passage The Steel Exporter, typical of the thousands of ships which use Florida has a city less, than two ._' .- teachers attending said this was waiting for some one to die all the I

*no E L Matthews. A new mem- bouLd from Los Angeles to London with 7,852 tons ofgenerTcargo I I miles from one of the world's most Chickens take dust baths to rid the most Instructive and beneficial time. ,

\ win be elected to succeed Mr. most of which Is canned goods and dried fruits from Important ocean lanes. themselves of bird-lice. i program ever held. -By W. U George. 1:
wblnson. California. 'r', 1

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Rim Irl. Maxwell RemovedW Richard Small RemovedC Mr*. O. M McCulley. Removed Ned Wallace Removed newspaper of general circulation, Article X of the'aid Section' (
RISING 11:, Marr. Dead I. Htockwell Removed Janice McOulrk. Dead Alice Oliver, RemovedL published In Bradford County, FlorId amended so a* to, at'ItUlinn ::

MThs Edna J.e"la, Correspondent Virginia Myerx, Removed James F. Smith Removed C H. Padgett, DeadB. t. L. Parrlah: i'arrlsh.Removed: Removed Every person wh r rOll,,,.. '
Lloyd Moore, Removed Hubert P Htockwell RemovedJ. D pa.rrl.hJ RemovedA. r*. Effle Wltnea* my hand and official seal title or beneficial ha u..
navldV.. Moore, Removed & Thompson, Removed Padgett. Removed R J. Prescott Removed of this said court thin the 6th day real Property In thho till". at'1 ','qUit,'aj
Mrs. DavlJ Paulk and little Roht, C. Moore. Removed Henry Tomllnaon. Removed H. Padgett Removed (). A. Prescott RemovedG. of October A. D. 193!!. resides thereon and 'It, 'nd "b to,

of Jacksonville recently 1*. M Moore, RemovedJ. Itirtha I. Turner Removed Frank Parrlah. Dead L. Robert Removed (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) makes the aanle hi. 11''d' r&llb
daughter J. Morton Removed IIlia Thoma, Removed Alleen Padgett RemovedJ. Pearl Kaulenon Removed A. .1. THOMAS. n.nt home. or the .r er Dot""" .
spent several days with her par- Lacy Norman Removed Mra. Johnnie Thomas, Removed W. Rodgers, Removed R. D. Itaulerson. Removed Clerk of Circuit Court of Gf another or Others IOllaWnt h.",.

enta Mr. and Mrs. Walter Under Kate Prevail Removed 1':. L. Wllkemon. Removed B F. Rodgers, Removed J. W. Shaw, Jr.. Remove RemovedC. Bradford County Florida. ur.lly dependent lip"I, Or Ott.
8v(venter. Prevatt, Dead Uuy Wilkinson, Removed Viola Reynold Removed Edward M. Stewart T FRANK LANDRUM. shall be to .
bill. Mm. E. A. Phillips Dead K J Wiggins. Removed I. R Reynolds, Removed J. Shaw Removed Attorney for Plaintiff. from a"ll t.xatl'o'n1. ex "{ />".*%

W. H. PrinK Ie. Removed Heath !It.r... Prrrlmrt N. S Mr*. F. W. Reynolds. RemovedJ. Paul Stewart Removed 10-7-01-11-4 ment for special ben eft.for aim....
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crosby have M. C. Prevatt Removed James Alberte, Removed W. Reynolds. Removed J. n. Waters Removed assessed '" ''o ih.

bad as recent guests, Mr. and Mrs H. W. Prlngle. Removed Lacy Anderson. Removed F. W Reynolds, Removed O. R. Waters. Removed NOTirn or APPLICATION! and Dollar on ?K'J.T'Ve said bo",ThouConstitution ..
of and Edwin C. Prevatt Removed Newn J. Alvare, Removed Rhoda Reynolds. Removed A. H. Warren RemovedJ. FOR TAX: DEER. contiguous real proll..tf aOG
Strickland Mayport
Ben Waldo Prlngle Removed !;Ufile Chandler Removed Aaron River. Dead H. W.t..n. RemovedJ. (" ....!. Bill Ne. Id.1) .d In Article 10. SeNlon' f' hrlo,
Mr. and Mra. Clarence Shatter and (Olady Prlngle Removed Jennie Card Removed Geo. Stover Dead U. Water, Removed NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVKN, That for the 70ar it"1 tb.

children of Jacksonville. William Prlngle. Removed Mr*. Minnie Dee. Removed S. T. Thomas. RemovedC. O. A. Ward. Removed Cecil R. Moore, holder of Tax Cer. thereafter. Said title m and
by the
L. A. Prlngle. Removed D. J. Dlxon. Removed D. Thomas
Mra. Johnnie Goodman and chll Bertha. Prlngle, Removed Richard S. Fernande. Removed Besle' Wynn Removed Mamie Water, Removed Removed of August A. D. 1929. has filed aam tlon mon with others be and .ald 5 *1
of Ga. were recent Carl Rosier, Removed Wm. Frazler. RemovedW. R. B. Ward. bead Mr. Leland R. Waters, In my office and has made application such may of the apportion.L Im I'p.
dren Lyons Oeorge Robinson Removed O. Forayth Removed Glady Wasdln, Removed Wyatt C. William RemovedFurther for a tax deed to be issued thereon owners i
fruesta of her mother-in-law Mrs. K. I). Rowe RemovedJoe Aubrey Frlnk Removed J A. Wasdln Removed notice la given that will the thereon. Said certificate embrace ests hall as their resnectiVJ I"ntor.1.

J. W. Driggers.Elder Raulerson Removed Pearl Frlnk Removed Alec Willis, Dead Board of County CommissIoners October the following described property In emptlon of appear more than hut no 'u c.. 't..nd ,
Wm. J. Strong, Dead Riley Flnley, Removed U..t. Pr..I..t N. I be In session on Saturday. the County of Bradford State of Dollar shall ivThou. i
and Mrs. W. E. Halt and Charles Strong. Removed Mr.. Mae Flfer. Removed Maggie Dirt Removed 29th., A. D. lUll at 10:00: o'clock have A. Florida to-wlt: one person or any all" 2 0tn'- I
J. H. Happ Removed Essie H. Green Remov..dJolin M. to restore such name aa Lot 4 sub dlv of SouthwestQuarter house
Zark Brown. Jr.. Removed nor shall the am..ui,1w'.lu"i
of Green Cove the
Mra Hall stricken from l
Guy been erroneously
C. F. Thomas Removed Oreen RemovedJoe J R. Blunt. Removed of Southwest. Quarter exemption allowed Dorio f
Mr. and Mrs. W. Removed Orlffla Removed Maid. book Lot 87 feet tk oeed any
Springs visited Nancy ThomaH Florence P. Croft. Removed 1 Except 1 East : theuatlon proportionate tb'l
Jennie 10:. William Dead Marion Oatlln. Removed L. t.. CONNER. Chairman Went 1SH feet North & SouthIn based a M. '
by .M
C. Conner Monday afternoon. Mr. Laura Cnt'cer, RemovedMr : : on the lnt.. ,, !
1' Edna WllllamH, Removed \. Gandr, RemovedN. Henry Dee. RemovedJessie Board of County Commissioners.ATTE8T Northwest Corner Section to by such person The L...,
Elder and Mra. J. T. Barnes recently C. C. Wilkinson Removed Clullford, Removed Mae onnlon.. Removed : : Township 7 South. Range S3 may prescribe .pproprlale .
T. R.: Williams Removed Oenett returned home from Ala Martha Wllkernnn DeadNerth A. H. Howard Removed 0, R Goodwin Removed Board of County CommlsiuionersOFFICIAL lea*. of establishing the rlllbt" ;

bama where they spent the sum 1'1.' *...... Vrrrlmrt Ne. L. J. Hodge, Removed Dave Hendernon Removed ( SEAL: ) The assessment of the said prop- exemption.

D "'. Alvares, Removed R. R. Hutching, RemovedAnn Byrd Illnnon Removed erty under the said certificate/*- _
friends.e !
relatives and .
mer with Ralford Alvare, Removed Hutchinc, Removed J. F. Johnson Dead. NOTICE OF REFF.RI'Jl"DVM nued was In the name of Fannie A JOINT RESOLUTION- Pr.

Ida Anderson. Removed V, (I. Hair Removed Mr. Hattie Johns, Dead KLBCTIOM Bank an Amendment to Section ZI 'in'l i
W. U. Anders, Removed Margaret Hair Removed Addle Jackson Dead NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Unless said certificate hall be re.deemed tide I of the Constitution 01 '

CARD OF THANKS Mr. Margaret Alvarei Removed. William R. J. Jr. Wlllla Harris Removed described therein will be sold bllc..tlon of Notice :
Andrew, Removed E. Johns, Removed of Bradford County Florida, willconsider .t lfltenti0. t
Words are inadequate to expressour Ruth brosky, Removed Idn M. lUnkomon, Removed John W. Nlmmo, Dead the establishment of a to the highest bidder at the cOurthouse to liE Pass IT Local or Rp..lal I...... B

sincere appreciation to ourtrl..nds Henry E. Brown. Removed U W. Harris Removed. W, H. White Removed Fire Control Unit under the door on the flret Monday In ISLATURE RESOLVED: BY THE Lp. I
Alfred L.. Brown Removed Annie M. Haye Removed Lottie White Removed County Law. of the month of November, 138 which 01" THE TATE 0; I
kind and of Chapter
who were so provision : That
John A. Gumming, RemovedC. Nettle Harris, Removed la the 7th day of November 11)38.) tho
E. 3. White. Removed If such action amendment "
of 1936. to
thoughtful to us during the sick- Crawford Removed t*. M. John, Removed There*.*, Prerlarff N.>. 41 la Florida approved Acts by a substantial majority I Dated this 26th. day of September 3 of the Constitution Section 31, ot ArU"j' (
Flora A. Cady, Removed Jennie Johnson, Removed 1 93 8. jf tb. 8tit t'
beloved Hiram Alderman Removed of the of Florida .
ness and death of our husband of the qualified voters a. amended at tho
J. B. John. Removed OFFICIAL
A. Removed
Jotieph Conway. unit.
Cleave Removed .1 election In
and father. We also wish to Charlie C. Carter Removed Ada Jones, Removed Edna AlfordRemoved Alford County and the Board has elected A. J. THOMAS In hereby agreed 1928 be and th. ... i
ratification or
decided that the to
express our gratitude for the beautiful J. W. Crawford Removed AIllce Kings, Removed George C. Dais. Dead and rejection of such action will be submitted Clerk Bradford of Circuit Court Florida.of submitted for ratification ana o'?u, b.
Ruth F. Removed Ethel V. Kite Removed County j
Courtney, Ida. M. Grlner Removed to the qualified elector of tlon by the qualified elector' Ih.
floral offerings. Thankingyou 8-SO-61-10-28. of
Cha*. A. Carter Removed Julia Knight, RemovedM. :Nettle Hersey Removed election to beheld State of Florida voting at th.
and all.-The J. F. John- William L. Conway Removed H. King, Removed such County at an eral election s..'
one M. E May, Removed time of the holding of to be held In No,
at the ,
Amy Clark Removed Jo:. ":. King;, RemovedKntelle her A. D. 1938
Shellle O. Moover Removed No. NOTICE or APPLICATIONFOR : : that Is to tb'
son family. Remov.dI. the General Election to.wit. on say, 1
Dora Cady RemovedA. Kendrlck Section 21 of Article I
Neal Removed TAX DKBOHenate
K. Dunham Removed S. Llndney Removed vember 8, A D. 1938. at which time tutlon of the State Florida
of "tan
C. M. PhllllpH, Removed all ( Bill No. 1*S)
the said election will be held In
Robt. L. Denon. Removed Jane D. Malphur. Rempved be amended *o aa to foli.
1':. A. Smith RemovedS. and NOTICE! IS HEREBY OIVEN ThatA. a, ,
of said County
NOTICE; Emory M. Ureen Removed Rlnda M. Martin Removed the precinct Section 21. In all .
L. Swindell Removed H. Green holder of Tax Certlfl case
NOTICE Jit hereby given that at a the ballot used In said electionthe ated .nurnor.
W. I. Green Removed R. F. Moore RemovedJames upon ofAugust Jn the preceding Section
Jlnnle Swindell. RemovedW. eats No. 882, l issued the 7th day
meeting of the Board of County Joseph 1\{. UrlfflH, Removed McNeal.. Removed H. Smith. Removed question to be decided shall be A. D. 19S3, has filed name law. shall be general and of 'nm aU
CommlsKlonera In and for Bradford Ruthey. Ureen Removed Earnest McClendon Removed as follow: form operation throughout
New River Preljet N.. TJesnle In my office and has made ,1.
County, Florida held on Wednesday. Catherine (ireen, Removed B. E. Newnom Removed R. Andrew., RemovedF. For a County Fire Control tlon for a tax deed to be State but In all case no' .num .
October 12th.. A. D. 11)38 thefollowing Gilbert Ireen, Removed Martin Oliver Removed N. Andrew. Removed UnitAgainst thereon. Said certificate ..PPuc.-1 ated or excepted In that Sect...
named persons were ordered Asa Hunter RemovedMattel Myrtle Oliver Removed Lester. T. Bailey Removed a County Fire Con- the following I described property the Legislature may pass p.cu 5

stricken from the registration Io}. Hunter RemovedW. H. J. Rahme, Removed P.. I.. Bailey RemovedJ. trol Unit the County of Bradford, State o, local law, except an now or 1 her.
book of maid I county for the reasons In Whereof. I have after otherwise provided In
U. Mail, RemovedMaude tulle I. Rhoden Removed B. Crew Removed Testimony Florida.. to-wltt the
; vet opposite each name: hereunto set hand and affixedthe .tltutlonj: PROVIDED that gS
C. Halle Removed Henry Rye, Removed O A. John. Removed my Southeast Quarter of Southwest no
J. seal of the County Commissioners or special bill shall be rmswd nj
T. Hutton RemovedIula T D. Rlckenbaker Removed
Quarter of Southwest Quarter
tMIH. H. H. RemovedIt.
Luwte1. Precinct %e. Johnson shall local
any or law J.t.o
Mutton Removed Oscar RemovedIrene of aald County this 30 day ofSeptember. special .
Rye Section Thirty-five Township 5
J. 8. Anderson Removed I K. Johnson, Removed llshlng or abolishing. municipal'.
Mono Hammet Removed Rlekenuaker. Removed A D. 1938.OFFICIAL South flange 22 East Containing .
J. A Andrewn. RemovedIt. Lout Mobley. Removed ties, or providing' for
\ L. Beck Removed W. D. Holllngnworth. Removed J.... I. Smith Removed N. Mahrv, Removed ( SEAL) 10 acre more or I.... ment jurisdiction and (rovern.
John 8. Brown, Removed Christopher A. Johnson Removed Mamie E. Stephenson Hemoved H. M Mlcken, RemovedIda A. .1. THOMAS. The assessment of the said prop- terlng or amending the power or .1.)
Mm. Nancy Brown Removed James O. Johnson Removed I'. C. Starllna Removed Mabry Removed Clerk of the Circuits CourtIn erty under the aald certificate issued passed unless notice of sum Intention bi

Katheen Blanchard Removed James H. Jackson Removed Mabel Hrarlinic. Removed J. P. Pitts Removed and for Bradford County was In the name of 11[. K to apply thereforhall It"\'.. h..,.
Arthurlne Plinohard. Removed JeMHe Johnson RemovedW. Mr.. Bertha Saxon Removed Hassle Rhoden Removed and .ex-offlclo Clerk of Warne. published In the manner.

i, Hobt L. Crews, Removvd U Joliimon., r.emoxed Ida Hweexy, Removed H. F. Ren f roe, Removed the Board of County Commissioners. Unless said certificate hall be redeemed by law where the matter or provided thin.
Paul Crawford Removed Charles H. Johns RemovedJtfBHle Hazel H. Smith, Removed J. C. WIggins. Removed according to law the property to he affected may h., -I'Ulltol;
J. O Crew, Removed Johnson Removed Oeo. A. TryHun RemovedIda John C. Wiggins, Removed to.7 lIt.11-4 described therein will be sold which notice shall he published In
Kiln Cain Removed Joule U Keller Removed Tllll. Removed Unmake Precinct No. ft to the highest bidder at the courthouse the manner provided. l ii>' law at leapt
L *\ Cliirk.! RemovedJ. 'ora K.: Kvlley Removed Mm. Naomi I Taylor Removed N. 10;. Baxter, RemovedNed MTATU OK FLORIDA door on the first Monday In thirty day' prior to Introduction t
It. Crawford Dead Monle Lewln, Removed N. T, Tillle Removed Brown Removed C012v1'Y< OK llflAlli'OltiJ the month of November 1938 which Into the Legislature of nm :
A. A. Crews, Removed Frank Morgan. Removed I. H. Tlllmun Removed \V.r.. Brown Removed It appearing by affidavit filed In I* the 7th day of November 1931. 1>111. The evidence that Midi tulle,
Mrx Eva CI. mon,.Removed \.m. F. Miller Removed N. S. Vnrnen, Removed Mary Brown Removed that certain cause In Circuit Court Dated this 26th day of September has been published shall be nub.
R. M. (Carter Removed (lyde Morgan, Removed !Mra. Dollle Mae Varneti, Removed \V. II. Bryan, Removed Bradford County. Florida In Chancery 1938. Untied In the Legislature h.>f-r<, suck
J. n. (Carter Removed Viola Mornnn. Hemoved Freeman Varne, Removed Richard Clark. Removed entitled Blanche Talbert Par- I (OFFICIAL SEAL) hill shall he passed and Ouch ivi.
Mary I>lnkln, Removed Henry <*. Mlnery. Remuved Wenley W. Washington Removed Lloyd Clark RemovedA. Inher. Plaintiff v*. D. O Parlaher A. J. THOMAS denoo shall be filed or pr..vol;
P. U. lnklnn.. RemovedMrs. Henry U. McOiiftle. Removed Anna Washington Removed T. Carter Removed Defendant and the relief prayedfor Clerk of Circuit Court of with the bill In the offu> ,f th,

Hattie II. Davis. Removed J. W. NurniHii. Removed J. (1. Wynn, Removed Wm A. Crosby, Removed being divorce; that the defend Bradford County Florida. Secretary of State I In nnh: manner
a* the Legislature shall
Win. F. Davis, Removed. Lizzie A. Norman Removed T. F. Williams Removed L. C. demon. RemovedW. ant I I. a resident of a .state or country 8-30-5t-10-28. and the fact that such notice provide,
:\ I' Mattie Davis Removed O. C. Norman. n..mov"dRob..rt filadvH n. William, Removed A. Fowler RemovedW. unknown to plaintiff and that established In the Legislature ihill wii
Powell Removed W. Wllllnmn., Removed there I I. In the State of NOTI1'1 OF APPI.IOATIOVKOH
ICthel Dixon RemovedLawrence 1... Fowler Removed no person In every case be recited
TAX I>KKISemite > upon the
W. T. Paul Removed Mm. Ruby WllllamH Removed '
Remov..dJ.me. Calvin B. Florida service of personal processupon
Erwln Hayes Removed Journal of the Senate
(! Bill No. rt.1NOTICE : ) and of the
'f James W. Prevatt. Removed Tho. I.. WllllamH, Removed
Easton Removed Marion Haxen RemovedH. whom would personally bind House of Representative. PROVID.ED .
M r. Annie Prevatt Removed Kate WllllamH, Removed
the said defendantIT ,
Joseph 8. Oreen. Dead Lewis (I. hodges. RemovedA. Mr.. Beulah Kelly holder of Tax however no publication of sty
Maggie OrlfflH. Removed C. Prescott RemovedHaaei Graham. Precinct No. 4 A. Haxen, Removed IS ORDERED. that the defendant Certificate No. 212 issued the 8th such law shall be required. b,re-

Mamie Milliard. Removed .. Underhlll Paulk Removecm Edward Brouiihton RemovedJ. Avy Mine, Removed D. G. Parlaher, appear to day of August A. D. 1928 has filed under when such law contain. a
J.. 11. Houston Dead M. Rhoden. RemovedJ. Kill Hines I Removed the bill of complaint on the rule day In office and halO mad. provision to the efect that the aim
John Milliard. Removed .. I ItotlnHon. RemovedJ. D. Crew, RemovedW. Mr*. Marvin Hazen Removed In November the same being the 7th same application my for a tax deed to be shall not become operative ir ef.

Eddie Jones, Removed D. Illcka, Removed S. Fdmonon! Removed Melba lIce Hodges, RemovedC. day November otherwise a Decree issued thereon. Said certificate embraces fective until ratified or approved
(,'..lIa Joneii. Removed Rosa I.ee Rouse RemovedW. l.etta M. VuKtf. Removed F. Lltchfleld. Removed Pro Confeo will be .entered against the following I described at a referendum. election to b. tilled .

Alta John, Removed T. Kicks. Removed Percy J. Jones, Removed Mrs. C. F. Lltchfleld Removed him for his failure to appear. That In the County of Bradford property and held In the territory .ff cfj
Nancy Lee, Removed M. O. John, RemovedS. U D. Lltchfleld. RemovedH thl. order be published. once each State of Florida, to-wlt 1 In accordance with a provliion
Vlney Lee, Removed K. Ryala, Removed W. Lambert. Removed J. J. Markey. Removed week for four consecutive week In Northeast Quarter of South- therefor contained In such bill or '
Lucy Long, Removed A. J. Khoden Removed E. R. McKlnney Removed wet Quarter Section 25 Town. provided by: general. law

hip 8 South Range 23 East .A JOINT RESOLUTION- Prop ,lnt
containing 40 Acre, more or an Amendment to Section I at Article .
NOTICENotice lea*. IX of the Constitution of Flo,.
The assessment of the said prop- Ida Relating to Taxation and Finance .

1. hereby given. that the following described lands, or so much erty under the said certificate issued by Adding Thereto a RequIrement
Five I thereof a* will .IT*, necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein was In the name of Qeo. A. That the Legislature Shall

It like set opposite to the same, together with cost of such s.le and ..dv.rtl.lnlr.will Hunt. said Provide for Raining Revenue u
Unless certificate' shall be redeemed Defray State Appropriations Midi
lookS be sold at public auction on the 7th day of November 1938. before the
according to law the property for the Benefit of the Uniform Sr>
Court House Door at Starke the County of Bradford State of FloridDescription .
described therein will be sold tern of Public Free Schools, and of ,

Now to the highest bidder at the courthouse the State Institutions of H'rhtt' ,
See. T. R" Owaer Taxea Cot
from Lots I, I of Blk 1 Original' door on the first Monday In Learning a* a Part of the i>tpenti "
the month of of the State and Equality
Years Town of Starke In NEVi November 1918: which on an

of SW14 _______________28 8 22 Elvlna Morgan -__-____I 8.90 la the 7th day of November 1938. Therewith.
Lou 2, 4 of Blk 16 Original Dated this 28th day of September Be IT RESOLVED BY THR: LEI

Town of Starke In NEVi 1938. ISLATURB OP THE STATE OF

of HWVi, _______________28 6 22 Mr*. Annie A. Frasee __ 13.90 (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) FLORIDA That the following ,
Com 26 ft S In W of SE Cor A. J. THOMAS. amendment of Section 2 of Artltu
: of Lot 8 of Blk 16 &: run Clerk of Circuit Court of IX of the Constitution ,>f Florid
Bradford Florida. and finance t b'
I N 100 ft W 22>4 S 105 ft County relating to taxation
8-30-5t-10-28. and the .same I I" hereby agreed toand
to Call St E 22M, ft to beg
shall be submitted to the Quip
: o1'oS"WI,4o Starke NOTICE Of ELECTION (fled elector of the State of Florida
I In ______ 11.80I
NKVi ------28 6 22 Bank of Starke for ratification or rejection II
I, Com 80 ft S of NE Cor of To the Sheriff of Bradford County the next ensuing general, electionto
Blk 17 &: run W 50 ft S of the State of Florida; be held In November 1938 The
25 ft B 50 ft N 25 ft to Be It Known, That I, R A. dray, Is to say that Section II of ArtIcle
beg Original Town of Secretary of the State of Florida do IX of the Constitution "of Florida band >
Htarke In NEVi of 8W4..28 6 22 H. A. Bishop _____.__ 51.50 hereby give notice that a the same la hereby amended.
Com 20 ft 8 of ME Cor of
GENERAL! ELECTION! aa to read a* follow:
Lot 5 of Blk 18 & run will be held In Bradford County, "Section 2. The Leglslatur.. hill
W 50 ft S 35 ft E 50 ft
State of 01-
Florida next 'o
on Tuesday provide for railing revenue
N 35 ft ,
to Original
beg. succeeding the first Monday In November fray the expenses of the StoiC In
Town of Starke In NEVi, D. the eluding fur In'
of SWVi _____..._________28 6 II-H. A. Bishop _________ 41.90 being theEieIt'ru, A. 1938 said Tuesday benefit state of the appropriation uniform .v>lrir ,'|
of Lots 3 4 .f IRk 19.Original .
EVi nV OF NOVEMBER public free schools provfil"d, "I"
Town. oC,tttarke For United State Senator from cordance with Article XII 'tho
In NEM "of SWViamiu<.2a 6 21 -.1. W. Morgan ________ G5.90Mr the State of Florida for six Constitution and of the Slat- In,

'I'j Lots 1, 3 1If: EM j if .Irrn:1 fpnm- .Inn. fl. ldtQ year tltutlon of: Higher Learning.r::
: 4 of 25. For Representative; of the 2nd each fiscal year; and alt" i utrl'
Town of Starke. In NEVi clent um to I the prln'' '!talc Inl
I Congressional' District of the Stateof pay
of SWVi\ _..____.. _U 8 21 *. Vlda V. Morgan.. 27.20 Florida In the Seventy-lxth Interest of the existing tndbt.!'
Lot 5 7 of Blk 25. Original "
Congress of the United State ness of the State.
Town of Starke In

J JI NEH of SW>/, :..________28 6 22 C. E. Johns ____________ 13.90 State For of Attorney Florida. General of the A JOINT nESOLUTH-w' Propofl
Lot 7, 8. 9 of Blk 32. J. M. an Amendment to Article Xn ,I It'Constitution
For Three Justices of the Supreme ,
Johns Addition to Stark. of Florida Rtallni! 0'
Court of the State of Florida.
, In SEVi: of SW(4 _______28 6 22 -.1. W. Morgan ______ 10.90 Fur Two Railroad Commissionersof the State Mllltla bY Adding The"'
--- Lot 1, 3 of Ilk 34. J.II.. the State of Florida. an Additional Section Hperlalllpllcahle .P'
John Addition StarkeIn Federally Rornrn'
to the
I For One Member House of to
SEVi, of SWVt, ________38 S 22 It. L. Kemp ..._...__-_ 6.90 Representatives of of the the State of ..d Troop Known as the FloridN..llnnal

lj I THE vast Buick factory is a grand of new vJbililV-UP; to 413 square inches The All NVa Lot! 12Vi 3 &:ft S of 25 Lot ft of 2 Lot& Florida.For Five Commtanloner BE IT RESOLVED Guard BT/THl! !I.P'Of.
, to visit, these days. more glass in SPECIAL, and CENTURY Truby 4 of Blk&: Co'2. Addition Livingston to For Three Member of the County -i FLORIDA ISLATURE: OF That TUB thE STATE J11"1.!'.

Board I th"
of Public Instruction.For
, Down the roaring aisles, throughout the models. Lot Starke 1, 2 of In Blk WM,16.of Living.NEVi, __28 8 23 \.. T. Weeks. Jr. ______ 8.00 Five ]Member! of Bond Trus.tees. Constitution amendment to of Article Florida XIV relating. '

sprawling bays there's a feeling of great They're talking a thousand and one details iiton Truby A Co' Addition In Testimony Whereof 1 the additional State MIlitia Section by adding to br ttnrjan no "

things happening. of Buick that you'll never know norThey're NEVi, to. _Starke_ ._ ____In___WM___,_of__28 8 22 Unknown __________ 15.20 and have hereunto set Great my hand Seal a* Section 6 of said Article' 'rdo.al-"1'

building something ultra here need to know but tha to their schooled Lots 3, 4. 5, A. 7, (, 9. 10. It, of the affixed Stateof the Florida, at specially ly recognised: applicable State to troopikn"tlu '
12 of Blk 28.
built automobile. I Tallahassee the Capital, Guard t Ifagreed beret
spell a better a* the National
eyes & Co' Addition to
Buick and know it. Truby 'ubmlt't
at they this the first day of be
Starke In WH bf NE'" _.28 8 2] F. E, Prince _________ 11.20 D. 1938. Sep.tember to and hall SRI, >f Fiol
A. of the
to the elector
You this they're talking of of Lot 3 of Blk 11. Llv.Ingston : I
can see EVj r"J..tl!
R. A.
' // looks like five years from ,now they'llay & Co'sulDivision Ida for ratification
Truby tiin
: : to. bt
Buick showroom. Election
the Secretary of State
at nearest he next General
J of this dazzling 1939 Buick andthey're $ tq Starke of Hon. '
To A. O. Sheriff
NEVi, of NEV4, _________28 6 12 Oeo. Calhoun _______ t.4S Andreu "Section 1938. a* follow: "ATlOAlGUARD.a
not talking of appearance only. When you do see it, think of what they Lot 1. 2 or EMi.of Hilt 12. 9-9-9t-ll-4.Bradford County. B.) FlORIDA Whenever theri .",,

men who built it are saying, not boast"hey're Livingston Trvby &: Co' he In the State of Florida a f'y dor.
., Sub-Division to Starke: orNE'I !NOTICE OP ELECTION recognised National Ou rf.ii
talking of "catwalkcooling"that fully, but with quiet sureness. of NEVi, ___________28 8 22 Lillie Saunders. ...___-L t.20 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS same sui generic ti n
Lot 4 of Blk 3. Davl. ATruby's : WHEREAS the legislature"" of un ject to hatleb.I lawful ordert of
floods air under forced draft to
. ease They know. And they're saying, "Looks 1 Addition to under the 0 of Governor who shall b. I "mm.nd'In
the temperature of engine.They're I Starke In NE Cnr: of SEVi, the State of Florida,Ict"fp.t.8lIio Chief Ib) The Nollona'' !Jua'
t your /i!,., for 391"! ,, of NW'4 W of Ry -__-28 8 22 H. A. Lawson _____..__ 11.20 Joint Resolution proposing amendment shall be supported and malnt.ln'by

talking of BuiCoil springing and E* Temple Addition to State of Florida, and the same were provisions of law pro.crlbln
the soft shock-smothering spirals that NO OTHER CAB IN THE WORLD HAS ALL THESE fEATURIS Starke In NEH of NWH, agreed. to by a vote of thre. fifth or..anl.I". armlnlr. .ov..rnlntt erdiscipling I
&: WM of NEVi, W of Ry-28 t 21 II. A. Lawson _________ 6.20 of all the member elected to ...chhou.e said National guard,on
give you the true "full float" ride.They're BTNArUlH VMVUM-HMO mAI T.1IMY WOINI Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, 6, 6. 1 of ; that the vote on said Joint accordance with the Acts ofgress t'nl''
IRk 8. Temple Additionto Resolutions were entered upon their and regulations of the
talking of that Dynaflash great incou TOMUt-ran WINSIHO -Aturn VOIIIUIY Stark In NRVt of respective Journal, with the yea States War Department therealntpertaining. fe1

HANOttHIFT miMMIUMN lOOMIH' UHHTm MWO STRMU NWV &: WM, of NEV4, W and nay thereon, and they did determine Ic) Officers ot tM GUs
eight engine, instant with life and wring- of Ry ______.--_--21 8 22 Dr. M. B. Herlong ____ 37.2J and direct that the said erally reco.nlaed National o.no'
ing good from every drop of fuel tOMUI-TUll DIM TIP 101 HTDflAUUC IRAKIS Lots 12, IS- 14 of Blk 15. Joint Resolution he submitted to including the Adjutant M tub,
clew, SPRIM CLutCH "CATWalK-COMUM Temple Addition to the elector of the State at the General shall b* appointed, and shall '
. of NWVi, Election In November 1938. Ject to suspension dlschar ;
Starke In ,
talking of wheels that camber NEV
OP1IOIIA1IUI AMI MAR RATIOS HA1H-WAT DIRKTWNIMMAl &: WV, of NE' W of Ry-28 I 21 A. E. Dunham .._____. 7.20 NOW THEREFORE I, R. A. moval or compulsory retirement> :
to let you take the curves more safely UU-RANKINO Nil-ACTON Milt SC1NSINU. All Blk 20 Ex Lot 8. '. Gray, Secretary of State of the Stateof such, solely on the basis and of n..r"fproficiency
Temple Addition to Florida, do hereby give noticethat character to arm
Stark. In N" of.NWVi a I"* determined according saflCtb0uiby
& WK, of NEViNy "t GENERAL RLE&TIONwill !: : regulation and usages

Ry .___._--_________-_3S 8 33 J. H. Ritch __________ 40.10 h. held In each county In FlorIda law. anything.12 .W.SSSiB'War '
Lot 11 of Blk 34. Peek on Tuesday next succeeding the tlon to the contrary ( >fl":
"BuickS )
the Addition to Starke In first Monday In November A. D. I nil'. (d) The quallfl..lln"F'ederstRecognised I''
Beautgt'f NWVi of NWVi N of 9th 1938. the said Tuesday. being I the cars and soldiers of Guard I he ,haprescribed b

: 1, St _-_--_----J_--_--_---28 8 121 5 Mr*. Vlda V. Morgan__ t.20 for EIGHTH the DAY OF NOVEMBER National' regu1at l r
ratification or rejection of In military ti
B, C. with
Frac'l Lots A,
1. I IXIMPtAS O Motoel Addition the said Joint Resolution propos promulgated In accordaflcc 11
D of Blk 2. Wynn' the
f ... = ; .................._,......_.."........_._........__........-........... to Starke In NWV ing amendment to the Constitution general .peclflc.Uona" of

I of SWilL ______________28 8 22!3 Dr. Ida .1. Helberger __ 8.20Mr of A the JOINT State RESOLUTION of Florida, via Proposing The Department vote cast In compJ''.n J4 WI th\"
E Side of Walnut a
i Com on the Amendment of amendmenta
ftIDS Section 7 of Article aid proposed turr
I Ht run E 210 X of the Constitution Relating canvass, declaration and ,?
ft W 210 ft to Walnut St I to the Exemption of Homestead thereof shall be subject {{ .
N on said at IDS ft to belr.Wynn' reetricti0fhare :
Register Motor Co. I from Taxation.BE same regulations and ." '*
Addition to IT RESOLVED BY THE LEO- by l wyI0piorid
I Starke In NWVi of SWH-tS, I 21 .. Vlda V. Morgan.. 21.80 ISf-lATURB' OF THE STATE O9' .lectron.provided In the State .. f
One Lot Com at SW Cor of i FLORIDA: That the following IN TESTIMONY wa.0et .t'.
Call &: Bay Sts &: run W amendment of Section 7 of Article r have h..r..unt" "

S. WALNUT & MADISON ST. STARKE FLA. on Call 81 310 ft to I X of the Constitution of the State hand and affixed thu"r J'OC
Broadway St thence S on of Florida relating to the exemptionof (SEAL) Seal ot the 3tate.". tb
said St 105 ft thence ESSO homesteads from taxation be, Ida, at TsllshsI IOtb.f d'
ft to Bay 8t thenceN and the same I I. hereby, agreed to, Capital this the
on said St LOS to b.IJ.18 5 12 Unknown u___________ 22.10 and shall be submitted to the elec July. A. 0N. tt
Lot Blk 12. Oaakln tor of the State at the General A. aBASecretary .l Stat
Jrtof: __ 1* ( 13 Mrs TJisle Holllna-sworth 4.50 Election: of Representative. In 1X1, .
CJy LRL JOHNS Tax: Collector. for approval or rejection that I. IU.Ut.n.t.L .

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BROOKER the affair will go for needs of the GUM BRANCH HIGHLAND lievers down through the ages. MAN 'GRRII AND CLERKS VOT1CR' OF APPLICATION
i school. Come to the school, eat I KMCIIAI: ELECTION: FOR TAX I>KFINenale )
Words have I hidden in
f Mix'* Vera Galney, Cor. fill of chicken Annie Mae Harnagr, Cor. Miss M. E. Crews" Correspondent "Thy my At a meeting held on the 12th. < Bill No. fax)
and enjoy the heart that I might not sin against day of October A. t>, 1938 the Board NOTICE 161 HEREBY GIVEN That
t band music. Admission Is 5c and Thee." I i"f County CommlHMlonem of Bradford D K Foraythe holder of Tax Certificate
Community Sewing Club lOc at the door. Miss Elizabeth Harnage of Uma- Miss Frances Starling and Mrs County. Florida Appointed the No. 1107. lumied the 7th day '.'
McCauley was host- Supper is 20c The subject "Why Percy Could following; Clerk and Inspector for of An cunt A. D. 1933 hail filed name. ;
. O E. with 5c extra for tilla, spent the week-end here with Luclle Woods of Clay Hill were office[ .'
)Irs the pie. Not Go to Church was of un- the General Election to be held on In my and has made application -
Tuesday Oct. 10, to new- her father, J. A. Harnage, and recent week-end guests of Mrs. the nth day of November A. D. for a tax deed to be ienued ;'Lther..on.
usual Interest. A cartoon by Pace, .
Sewins Club. 1138. Said: certificate embracesthe
eBBorganized family.H. Effie Carter.F. .
' the eminent Gospel cartoonist .. following described property In
Prvrlitpt IS 1 I.eiwteTT
; l HomecomingThe Keene of Shamrock spent M. McCormick of Tampa wasa T Blurkhurn, Clerk J. A. the County of Bradford. State: of
twentythree shows a man entering into a ..
rooker r
Baptist Church observed -, the week-end here with Mrs. Keene week-end visitor here. Howe, Carl Carter and Fred Moore, Florida, to-wit: ....!
collection was Its Annual church and telling his little doga I North Half of Northeant Quarter .
A Homecoming Inspector.Preelnee
join. and Mr. Mrs. H. C. and Miss
to and Mrs. W. R. Wimberly
tentlon Kersey. purse-to go home, because the No. _'II...... Rterlcr Section 13 Townnhlp 8 South.Ranite ,
to Sunday October
will be used pur- 16. A wonderful I
Ethel Ricks attended church at .
which Mrs Louise Denmark of Jack- 22 Beat containingSO
J. F. Kli'kilter. Clerk J. 1 Conner
taken church was no place for him. Many '
i time .
material for the next sew- was enjoyed by all and sev- sonville spent the week-end here Long Branch, Sunday before last, F. M. Norman and J. L. Anderson Acres, more or I....
cbJISI ladles voted eral fine talks people go to the world's amusements The aoHcimment of the Maid
. which the were given. Manyof Mrs. Lucile Woods, Miss Frances Inspectors. property
, with her
project parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. .
," I the older members but they have to take their Pr..I.t't No. 3-110... Hark under the said certificate I. -
carts.I of the church ''
%ed.e8.er. S. Sapp. Starling and Mlts. Jewel Carter R. F Coiner D. cued wan In the name of C. H.
tD and the former purse with them or they would not Ocniorent. Clerk
I business session ended pastors were present were shopping Jacksonville re-, Edwards, R. L. Thomas, and Fat Drake.
;. After the them two Misses Hazel and BernIce Craw- be able to enter. When they go Unless said certificate shall haredeemed
dish towels were among aged pastors cently. Uaaaett Inepectore.Pea'laet
I twenty-one ford of Hellbronn the week- to church to leave their according to law, the
spent they try ,
'- Rev. W. S. Ware N. 4-Grakar
school cafeteria. and Rev. W. E. Marr of Jacksonville visited property described therein will be
/ wmned for the King. Many members and visitors end here with their grandparents, purse at home. God asks that His W T. McKver. Clerk, F. T. Abernathy aold to the highest bidder at the ;
I ladles enjoyed a social time Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner. relatives here Sunday before people tithe and give Him what is J. A J. McKlnney. and Johnnie court house door on the first Mon
The were present from various last. Surrency, Innpectora.Prerlnct day In the month of December, IBJ8
, I during the serving of hot chocolate sections of the state This Home- Rudolph Chism and R. C. Keene His due. If this were done every I No. 5-Iln.PtnW which\ In the 6th day of December ,
t saltlnea.I marked spent Friday night In Shamrock one would be more prosperous. H. Jones, Clerk K. U Brown 1(38.Dated:
I coming the
and beginning of 1 PINE LEVEL D. O. Durham and II. D. Howell this 19th day of October
. I an entertainment feature, the Brooker Church In its first ven- with friends and relatives.Mr. Tabernacle Irmpectorii lass.
r Ld.es the "Doll House"liriUetand ture into full-time service with a. and Mrs. J. D. Dobbs and Mrs II. M. :McRae, CorrespondentThis The music and message last Fri- frrrlmrt No. 8-TII....... I (OFFICIAL SEAL)

I a film of pictures, E. McGauley as pastor. Special children and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. day night made a very Interesting W., \V.S. H.Slbley Hall, Clerk and Wilmot Albert Brown Sullivan -I Clerk A. J. THOMAS of Circuit Court of

.blch Miss Juanita McKenzie music was given at all the service. Dobbs all of Lake City, were visiting community was made sad program. The speaker gave a Inspector Bradford County, Florida.
I from Jacksonville after J. A. Harnage and family to hear of the death of George resume of the Book of Amos and Precinct No. Tev River 10-21-6t.I1-18.

i Ispeingr"Colleen Moore's famous Sunday morning. Bowers, which occurred last Friday related the problems of Amos' 1L.. John and. Clerk KeddlHli E. L.AndrewH Kelly,, e.rnMALARIA
foe Moody
JDoll!! House. Among; those attending the New Miss Ella Mae Sapp spent Mon- morning at Glendale HospitalIn time to( the problems of today. lnspectore.
River Baptist Association at Beu- day night with Mr. and Mrs. W. Palatka. People In all ages are very much I Prerlnrt No. nrooker 666

- lah Church last week were T. B. R. Conner of Double Run. I Mrs. Alice Oliver returned home the same. Basically human nature I Lloyd C J.Dyal Crews and, CI:K.rk.i. Cliff lawn Kelly In- I. 1 dnye and relieve

Mrs. Law- Pinholater, clerk, O. E. McGauley, Vanice Keene of Shamrock spent Saturday after upending several hasn't changed since the beginningof epectorL COLDSLlq.rd
: I
attendance were ,'j Chairman.
loot w Moderator Mrs. I. CONNER
'b Wiggins. Mrs. R. M Gain- E. McGauley, the week-end here with Rudolph days with relatives in the Water man. The only changes have Tlnnrd of County Cominl..loii..ra. T :W. tint day
rence Mrs. G. B. Colson, C. J. Crews, Oak been Next night T "
Chism and R. C. Keene section. outwardly. Friday ATTEST
, llv Miss Lubedia Pinholster, Mrs. Charles Clerk to Board. Noee IJr.... Headache, SO minute
Mrs. J.
Hardy T. K. I A.
the will be the
subject "Playing I
Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman attended
Ill A, Mott Mrs. B. F. Hazen Mr and Mrs. Britton Alvarez (OFFICIAL SEAL) .n..My.TI.-Worltl. Beet
: Douglas.The I church at Penny Farms Game or God's Last Call." t 10-21-11 MnlmemtSERVE .
and children recent I
, I Mrs G B. Colsen, Mrs. G. E. Mc- were guestsof
Miss Vera Galney. Mrs. Wednesday. Mrs. Martha Addison at Rai- 1
: Gauley. Teacher. of the Brooker Miss Alice Edwards attended -
I ford.
I Var-
Mrs. Florence
,i Gainey,
Junior High School I
attended the
Sunday School at Raiford Sunday.
Dado Mrs. L. A. Brown, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Jackson was
Central District Association of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. and little
I Sapp -
I Mrs. Charles Har-
r w Markey visiting Mrs. Jackson's mother, r,
Teachers In Gainesville
Friday and son, Bobby of Sampson spent
Idv. Miss Reba Lee Hardy. Mrs. I Mrs. Eva McMillan in Starke Sat-
Saturday. A of
Miss Mary Mott Mrs. group eighteen of Wednesday night here with his
g the Junior High pupils from our parent., Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp
' Mrs. R. P. Lewis,
Beulah Baxter J. L. Underhill was visiting Mr. F'
school participated In the chorusat and f ,
family. >
I Mr. Barfield Mrs. J. K. DougI this and Mrs. H. H. Lewis in the Rising -
meeting. tr
' I Mrs. Dorothy Taylor Mrs. Eu- section Monday.Mrs. .

Ijene Long, Mrs. Manie Wiggins Misses Melva Crosby and Annie BOOTSEY'S BEACH F. Fender Mr. and Mrs.A. .

'i IJM.! L. L. Parker. Mrs. V. V. Ha- Laura Elston Primary teachersof Miss Effle Crawford Cor. J. Fender and Miss Mary Wil-

I ten Mrs. Clyde Kelley. and Miss our school attended the Demonstration liams drove to Macclenny Satur

: I Evelyn Crosby. of Art Books for the Mr. and Mr. Lee Johns of Live day. r ids rt
Primary Department in Starke
] The Club met again Tuesday, Oak spent Sunday with his par- .
I October 18 at the home of Mrs. Tuesday. The pupils of these ents. Mr. and Mrs. Bartley Johns. MISSION HALL ANDTABERNACLE
rooms had vacation for
a the
I long After the business session day. Mr. and Mrs. Darby Gaskins and

I ?? enjoyable afternoon was spent family spent Sunday recently with A suggestion of the great out-
I by the ladies in embroidering Mrs. S. M. Baird spent Friday Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gasktns of doors Is being brought Into the W

I dresser scarfs. Mrs. L. A. Brown night In Yankeetown as the guestof Water Oak section. services these fall evenings by a ? r i n rJ t I J

Jc celebrated her birthday on this occasion Mr. and Mrs. R W. Sawin. Mr. William BlackwelJer and profusion of lovely Goldenrod and .

I and received many beautiful Aubrey Withers spent the week- Barney McNeil of Worthington other seasonable flowers used In

[ gifts from the other members of end at his home in Madison. Springs were visiting Mr. and Mrs. decorating the Mission Hall. I .. I.r :

I tie :lub Delicious refreshments Miss Annie Laura Elliston spent C. E. Crawford recently.Mrs. The splendid attendance evidences I e., ..., e- M xt :

I of lemonade and cookies were the week-end at her home at Wil- J. L. Gaskins of Water Oak the appreciation of the t t. YOURSELF RIGHT... i
I served by the hostess. The next liston. section was a recent guest of Mrs. messages and music given at these

I meeting will be held at the homeof John Kellum business R. N. Crawford. services and the seed sown throughthe WITH A REFRESHING PAUSE
T W. managerof Little Esther!: Geiger has returned past years are now bearing
Mrs. Markey Tuesday,
bottle of ice-
the Florida State College at It's part of the game to take "time out" for a
All ladles Interested are home after spending the past visible fruits in the many Bible -
Oct 23 delicious. So
Tallahassee, and Mrs. Kellum at- cold Coca-Cola..pure, wholesome, team up ( ,
I Invited to attend. three weeks visiting her grandparents verses hidden In the hearts of the with one yourself and be refreshed. sj"Cnnp
tended at the
Homecoming Brooker -
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Geiger boys and girls. It Is inspiring to -rnr l ROTNC CO. t\
Chicken SupperThe Baptist Church, Sunday. near Starke. hear them quote at great length D.acloul and R.tr.hing .. R) S

Miss Reba Lee Hardy has accepted these verses that have endeared ..
| another Brooker of Its famous P.-T. A.chicken will suppers give- a position as telephone' operator GRAHAM themselves to the hearts of be- I 1. .w.+.-. --:;;- ::::":::.._ ___::;. .. _. ,":!

In Gainesville. Her ---- --
Friday night, Oct. 21. A many Mrs. L. C. Smith. Cor. --
friends wish her best
the of luckIn
string band has been engaged forth I ".. .. ,.. ,. .". .. ... .', .... ..., ." ....." ".. ."
_.._ nrraalnn and_n_ the____ proceeds of__ this position.H. Entertains_____ __n for Mm. Jolinnon
P. and E. A. Gainey were Mrs. R. S. Wasdin and Mrs. Rachel -

transacting business In Jackson- Starling entertained a numberof t1't
Still Coughing? ville Tuesday.We ladles Friday afternoon In honorof

No matter how many medicines are glad to report that Mrs.G. Mrs. Fred Johnson at the homeof

you have tried for your common W. Hazen who has been veryill Mrs. Waadin. After games were
tough, chest cold or bronchial irritation -. in a Palatka Hospital for the played delicious refreshmentswere IJ" ;
you may get relief now with past week, has improved. served.
Creomulslon. Serious trouble may I
be brewing and you cannot affordto Those enjoying the afternoon "

take a chance with any remedy BAPTIST MEN with the guest of honor and the L
lest potent than Creomulslon.which hostesses were Mrs. H. M. Wasdin, I
goes right to the seat of the trouble ELECT OFFICERSThe
and aids nature to soothe and heal Mrs. Ruth Tipton Mrs. C. Dempsey ;
the inflamed mucous membranesand of Louise; Mrs. F. M. Griffin -
to loosen and expel germ Deacons and Trustees of the Mrs. Virginia Sandle, Brooker r '

laden other First Baptist Church enjoyed a ; Mrs. Joe Hazen Mrs. Kate '
Even 11 remedies have failed
flout be discouraged try Creomul- memorable feast of food and fellowship Starling, Mra Aileen Call Mrs. l

Uon. Your druggist is authorized to when they met at Bryant's Berry Dyal. Mrs. Bunnie Easter. : ,

refund your money if you are not Cafe Tuesday night, October 11. ling Mrs. Ida Jones, Mrs. Nellie

thoroughly obtained.satisfied Creomulslon with the is benefits one- Following the dinner, the men as- McKlnney; Mrs. Bonnie McKinney H!

ford,ask for it plainly see that the sembled in the church, where a Mrs. L. C. Smith Mrs. Annie .
amend on the bottle genuine joint meeting of the two boards Ward Mrs. C. Fogg Mrs. C. B. ft.

you'll get the product was held. After discussing plans Roberts Mrs. Eva Strickland Mrs.,
ud toe relief want. (Adv.
you for the general growth of church Thelma Broughton, Mrs. Murrll, .. '!

.- works the Treasurer, John H. Edwards of Starke. Mrs. Johnson .
Powell read to the Boards a com- received many useful gifts. I I '

BUSINESSDIRECTORY pilation of statistics revealing the cncvnotBT' FAMOUS )

condition of the treasury, and fo Revival Closed I Ir
cussing attention on the causes A two weeks' Revival service at VH.VI.IN.BBJIDIX yA r !

needing emphasis. Although systematic the Graham Christian Church, con- )U MQtiREti Here's Big News '

contributions have Increased ducted by the Rev. W. T. McGuire V II't

during the past year the Treas- assisted by W. C. Burton, ER
41 urer's statistics showed that there closed Sunday night Oct. 9. SrdlFt ?r lU\

The drink yet remains a splendid opportunityfor There was a good attendance of :

that more members to have a real throughout the meeting and on CHEVROLET PRICES c qtr; I
part In the program of the Church. several occasions the church would dn'11e.w '''r t5S. i

everybodyknow8 After the joint meeting of the not comfortably seat the congre- y

Boards separate sessions were held gation. '
In which J. F. Klckllter was elect- There were eleven additions, ;

ed Chairman of the Board of Deacons eight by baptism and three by ,I

and L. O. Powell was namedto statement.The .
5ct head the Board of Trustees. beautiful baptismal service "a

The latter Board also took stepsto was held at Hampton Beach Sun- Come in Saturday f

COCA have the Church building paint. day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock.

COLA DOT. CO. ed at once.

Men attending the meeting were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thomas, of
WE ARE John H. Powell, L. O. Powell J. Jacksonville were visiting Mr and N ,M lea this marvclou ..ow Chevrolet for '

PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS F. Klckllter A. O. Andreu, R. A.Newsome. Mrs. Harvey ,Starling Sunday aft- peStf 1939 Th. M0lM quality motor car Ap4at, .,
P. M. Barefoqt A. J. ernoon.

Thomas, S. E. Sparks, C. C. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Strickland sty ,ov.r ofrr.cf In ffi. on"ro history ot 54t gdd4D4c .

CARPENTER'SThe Hoppe and the Reverend L. A. of Ocala, were visiting Mr. and ti r
Shepherd. Mrs. E. Strickland and Mr. and fi*. /ow-eo motoring with all th.i* sensational -
Recall Store t>y
Mrs I. W. Dyal. Friday.Mr. 5
BEE ME BEFORE YOU WIRE and Mrs H. D. Rogers of now feature making It the
Estimates Cheerfully NESS AND HEADACHES DUE Wlndermere were guests of her I outstanding car for all-round *atl.- tgt '-, ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith 4

GivenE. .' TO CONSTIPATIONWhy Sunday.Mr. factIon a* won as the blgg.*t buy In
should spoil disposition -
A. WINKLERRadio you your and Mrs. C. J. Frazier were I c
suffer headaches, dizzi- r
visiting In Gainesville Friday and motordom. til IT-DKIVt tit BUY A f\
and Electric Service ness and feel generally miserable Saturday. Mrs. Frazier attended I I 'J,( it\
because of biliousness due to slug- the Teachers' convention. CHIVKOUT AND .M iATISFHD, \ :

Youll EnjoyEATING gish bowels or constipation, when Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson of) l '.r
can so easily take Rexall Lit .rI ;
you Hampton were visiting In our section 'f' .
With B tie Liver Pills. !
recently and were the dinner
of Rexall Little Liver 1
U The of Smith and
OrangeBlossom guests L. C. family. WB
free evacuations
Pills produces ,
We are glad to report that J.
which relieve constipation and attending A. Graves, who has had a badly \'. p., ,

CafePLIThIBING symptoms without any Infected band Is some better at 'I

troublesome Rexall griping.Little Liver Pills at this writing.Rev. More u 'I
Buy Again Quality
C. A. Crosby of Brooker '
Prompt Service at your Rexall Drug Store-Carpen- attended prayer services Wednes- 'i: )

Reasonable Prices for ter's the Drug Rexall Store Store in Starke.Sign where Look: day night and gave a very interesting AT SUBSTANTIALLY REDUCED PRICES "; '

Let Me Estimate Your Job ; talk which was enjoyed by I II
you always get the best values in all present. t, j
__ town. Bobble Surrency of Tampa visited -

relatives here Monday. i
I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith of Valdosta _

BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull I Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Roland ___ .__ _
Lewis and little daughter
line of Caakets & Undertaken Supplies
Betty of Jacksonville were guestsof
03-- PHONE!:-- S3 day.
O. R. BENNETT. MfT.( Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Armlstead i

"A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" of Gainesville were In our section

Sunday afternoon. 1 STARKE, FLORIDA. ..'1

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Mr. and Mrs. Knight Are Mrs Cluade Prevatt [ :Mrs. L. F. ChapmanTo Mrs. Canova and Mrs Kidd vldual tables w,.,, ---

Hosts Complimenting Miss Honored at ShowerMrs. be Honored Guest Hostesses at Buffet SupperMrs. bud fern.vases'holdln ?rt''IN wti;

Canova and Mr. Patten Claud Prevatt was the hon- At Woman's Club LuncheonMrs. P. E Canova and Mrs Those enjoying! I p and

,$ ociCf oree at a shower given at the I Richard Kidd were hostesses Tuesday the hostesses '\ '
State w<>>
of the "
I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knightwere L F. Chapman I lit Vn
home of Mrs. Ira Wilson, her sister night at their home on Walnut A. B. Canova. M, ...
hosts at a lovely dessert' Farm sectional vice president of ""I i :\1"t
of last H.
Thursday afternoon Simpson,
bridge party Friday evening at St, when they entertained atu MI .I",, I :\ off'
of the Florida Fedel'aUon !
week. The lower floor where the section four buffet supper'' for the out-of- Inglesby, all of ,
their home on Call St., complimenting .hh'kH"'H"I/C'' i/
guests assembled was attractively Women's. Clubs, will be W. R, Canova
Miss Canova and of town relatives who attended the Bill ('"nuttiro'
Marriage of Miss Mary Canova and George L. Patten Mary decorated with of lahassee ', or'r&:
G L. Patten. a profusion the honvd guest at the luncheonto wedding Tuesday night of" Miss ; Mr and \ir. (n' N )

Solemnized at Brilliant Ceremony Tuesday NightA The entire lower floor of the Fall flowers. After enjoying sev- be given at the first social meet- Mary Canova and'Mr, George L, nova Bert and Bn-: ( ':"'
eral games, Mrs. Gladys Silcox, Ing of the Starke Woman's Club, Patten. Miss Alberta Cnnovn ,'rtlOVIl,
home was opened en suite for the 'nd,!
Phi Delta legal fraternity
of beauty Alpha ;
wedding exquisite
I Mrs. Lizzie Wynn, Mrs. Nona Thursday, Oct 27, at 12:30: o'clock Marie Hanson, all of M'Mi '
occasion and of tlthon- '
and one In which was centered the and was vice-president of Student ,quantities: Brown. __ and Mr Joe Prevatt. were In the club auditorium Quantities__ _.. _of October daisies. andvucr ala
u .m- --- u -
.L e-. _
Body in 1931. For the past two las aaorneti me living' rooms. .run nuwera: arranged in __
Interest of many friends throughout awarded prizes. Thurston Roberts of Jacksonville Florida has 11 ,,,,,
arrival the Mrs.
years Mr. Patten has been secre- Upon guests were bowls and vases, made the home p tfi n"" ,
the state, was that of Miss tary to the Railroad Commission, served a tempting dessert course I Adding to thi entertainment was state first vice president more attractive. Iy engaged in foreign ,wale,, \ ;letlva in

Mary Canovaonly daughter of:Mrs at Tallahassee. by Mrs. Knight, who was assistedby Miss Netta Kelly, who played sev- of the Federation, will be the guest Supper diUon to a half ,II"i .., ? W
her sister, Mrs. eral numbers on her guitar. Little W. B. of Or- was served from the which had such thel1
Edward Emmanuel Canova and Immediately after the reception Donald J. Mor- speaker. Mrs. Young large table in the trod ? 'ih
the late Mr. Canova, and George Mr. and Mrs. Patten left for a I ris, of Vilas. Vida Moore and Jean Prevatt, ange Park, past sectional vice where a low dining room, or may develop it ,n fUtUre pat
Lloyd Patten of Tallahassee, which two weeks wedding trip to New I Miss Mlna Manassa was awarded dressed In long dresses, presentedthe president, and presidents of all centered the arrangement lace daisies according to the Fluaa,,, State
cover. Indi-
at o'clock Tuesday honoree with the many beautiful clubs in section four will be guests i Chamber of Commeu
took place eight Orleans, La., after which they will high prize for ladles, a sand "
evening, October 18, at the make their home in Tallahassee wich toaster. High prize for men, and useful gifts, and they were' of the local club. '--

First Baptist Church. The Im- The bride's traveling suit was of a double deck of cards, was presented given favors by Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, fourth

pressive ceremony was performedby light wool, of vintage color; the to T. K. McClane, Jr. Miss Candy, cake and punch were vice president of the Starke club, INSURE WITH -j]
the Rev. L. A. Shepherd, pas- three-quarter sleeves were of Russian Ruth Sternberg and T. Frank Lan-I served the guests In the course of has charge of the arrangements

tor of the church. Fitch, and with this suit she drum received appropriate prizesin the afternoon. Those present be- ,, of the luncheon and has announced

Long before the appointed hour, wore matching accessories. a game of bingo. sides Mrs. Wilson and the honoree that the president, Mrs. L. A. Ca HAROLD C. WALL AgencyEst.

the building was filled to capacity Reception The hosts presented Mist Cano were Mrs Wesley Andrews and nova, will act as chairman of hostesses ,
with friends and relatives of this va with a set of mixing bowls and daughter, Iva, Mrs. Marguerite 'and as mistress of ceremonies. -
popular young couple. Decorations Following the wedding ceremony Mr. Patten a novelty ash tray and Prevatt, Mrs. T. J. Mcintyre, Mrs. ( Over 50 Years)
300 guests repaired to the Woman's Nona Brown, Mrs. Liberty Moore,
featured large white chrysan- cigarette box as gifts of remem-
The sale of tickets will be under We write
themums in tall baskets standing Club building where a reception brance. Mrs. F. Fender, Mrs. Bertie McKinney EVERY form of INSURANCE-Consult us
the supervision of Mrs. Car- as
was held. The auditoriumand Mrs. Lulu Slade, Mrs. Joe you would your Lawyer or Doctor.
against a background of palms and Those present to enjoy the penter and will be fifty cents per You mt save
ferns Adorning each side of the reception room were decorated evening with Miss Canova and Mr. Prevatt, Mrs. Gladys Silcox, Mrs. person. All club members lire money and grief. Remember, money spent with
altar were myriads of white cathe- with October daisies and potted Patten were: Mr. and Mrs. T. K. C. M. McKlnney, Mrs. T. Chastain, urged to attend. local agent may come back to you. YOur

dral candles which completed a ferns, tastefully arranged in large McClane, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. T. and Mrs. Lizzie Wynn of Hampton.
baskets.At H
perfect setting for the bridal par- I Frank Landrum, Mr. and Mrs. .
ty the door of the receptionroom Jack Williams, Miss Ruth Stern Book Club To Meet Giving Hallowe'en DanceThe =

As the guests assembled Mrs. the guests were greeted by berg, Miss Mina Manassa, and With L. D. ViningsMiss Little Woman's Club is -
Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, aunt of
L. A. Canova, sister-in-law of the Charles Darby. sponsoring a dance and Hallowe'en
bride, played an appropriate pro- the bride, and receiving was the Gertrude Heering of Green party tonight (Friday) beginningat Who /s This Young Lady?
hostess, Mrs. Edward Emmanuel Cove Springs, chairman of the
gram of nuptial music, her first Miss Canova Honored at 9 o'clock in the auditorium of theWoman's ]
Canova, mother of the bride. The Book Club Review, a departmentof
selection being "Romance in EFlat" Club. The public is cor-
guests registered in the bride's Party Given by :Mrs. Richarde the Woman's Club of Starke, its .
(Rubinstein), which was fol- dially invited to attend wearing ,
lrttiro/1 h\r "TfnmmAiRubinstein mw" book, which was presided over by Mrs. H. M. Richarde host- has.announced the first meetingror ; ,
was costumes. There___ will be__ _favors_. ___ _for__ .
(< ). Mrs.: Canova also Mrs. E. L. Matthews and Mrs. N. ess at a lovely bridge party, given Tuesday nIght, Oct. 25, at 7:30: all and contests- for'n the best cos- I !: s. n xs5OliRy "

played, in a perfect manner, "Toa D. Wainwright, Jr. at her home at the State Farm o'clock at the home of Mr. and tumes, and the auditorium will be 5i .. :" ;.",'<<\,'
The bride and and their Friday afternoon at which Mrs. L. D. Vinlng. I. 'f
Wild Rose" (MacDowell) and groom Miss decorated Hallowe'en style. ,, "
"Sonetto" (Liszt.) attendants formed a receiving linen Mary Canova, October bride-elect, The Rev. L. A. Shepherd, pastorof ..;:, .
the Baptist Church, will review 't,. '.:.2 '.
the auditorium the
where Mr. and was honoree. Quantities 'Of:
The soloist Mrs. $ \ .
Mabel Petersen
was A. f ,
Mrs. Patten seasonal cut flowers "Promises Men Live By. All those "
were congratulatedand beautifully >
sang in Godwin a superb of Gainesville manner "Ah who showered with wishes for a arranged in bowls and vases form- Interested in good literature are I / 1PROTECTION 1 .: "....., f'

Sweet Mystery of Life" (Victor long and happy married life. I.ed u the. decorative motif for thisdelightful urged to attend. t.;'. ,

Herbert) and "0 Perfect Love" Punch was served from four affair. ;

(H. T. Burleigh). The "Bridal tastefully decorated tables by Mrs High score for bridge was held I
'Star In
Chorus" from "Lohengrin was Jack Williams, :Mrs. H. M. Rich- by Miss Mina Manassa, who was My Kitchen' i

used as a processional and the recessional arde, Mrs. T. F. Landrum, Mrs awarded a lovely gift, a crystal t--t !

was Mendelssohn's "Wed- Fred Guy of Jacksonville, Mrs. H. bowl. The bingo prize, a miniature THE N I
silver vase, was received by Miss 1 k
ding March. During the cere- C. Brown, Misses Essie Coleman, .
mony Mrs. Canova softly played Arline Mann, Ruth Sternberg, and Lucille Mitchell. Miss Canova received SMILE : ,, .
tiof '
"Adagio" (Bethoven). Elise Jones of Gainesville.In a novelty flower holder as () O4\\ "'It"J( ,, tt F311)

The bride was given in marriage the aun parlor the decora- a memento of the party. \Olt .,.,; .t,, .
tions Mrs. Richarde, assisted by her, 'I'HF'J
were white and green. The N.tTIvH y
her brother .
by A. Cano
' bride's table was overlaid with a mother, Mrs. J. H. Ritch of Jacksonville ".:. w. iOU C
va, of Gainesville, and she bad 'B (
as her matron-of-honor white lace cloth, and from the and her mother-in-law, .i 0\1.1- TELL ': Ttt
Mrs. F. }
' Mrs. Annie Richarde of the State' gtR tnF
A. Canova. Brides-maids were chandaller there was suspended pF: ,'urrrr
Miss Louise Bryant, of Ocala, and white tulle extending to the four Farm, served a tempting salad It can only come from 1' star "flfH .
:Miss Lynette Patten of Jackson- corners of the table and finished course to those Invited to be with sound adequate insurance igonrLEn9ONApthy

ville. The little flower girls were with tiny sprigs of lillies of the Miss Canova. Every element of

Martha Jane Wainwright of Tallahassee valley. The table was centered bya Playing bridge with the honoree worry and fear Is taken, F'OfI, 1111 41).

and Mary Anne Canova, three-tiered wedding cake, hand- were: Mrs. R. G. Kidd, Mrs. from your shoulders 'IC'II001. '(:O\'I"

of Gainesville. John J. Canova, somely embossed, and topped with: O. L. Beasley, Mrs. T. Frank and the cost Is small! tl' 1'F.t CItFR -
white Landrum, Mrs. T. K. McClane, "..t"CO"'hEn
Jr., of Gainesville acted a prayer book. Four tall Ln"'nl"
bearer. as ring candles In silver holders and low Mrs. D. A. Monteith, Mrs. E. L. stars Lux in the dishpan LET US WRITE t-,

bowls of white flowers added to Matthews, Miss Lucille Mitchell, "U,.,. Tn.1TC.1
:Mr. Patten had as his best man, the beauty of the table. Miss Mina Manassa, all of Starke, YOUR INSURANCE! V ItF'' LOTIIFs
T. Frank Landrum, of Starke. Mrs. J. -because Iux give* your ;:\''' n0U1gT
C. Wallace .
The bride cut the first slice of Mrs. W. E. We represent several large I'T"'Y \ ",.
Ushers were Ben H. Fuqua of Orlando -' cake for her husband and the next Murphree, and Mrs. R. J.- Kite of hands beauty care. It reliable companies in the 'hE .'v TIIF7"J\'n' ,. >T.MORFl! "('11.,. Ae
William P. Simmons lI'fJ '
of Tallahassee the : '
State Farm. has harmful alkali (
slice for herself, after which Mrs no to Theft, Liability. Annuity CIIFClOgy 11" f.If. xoYVyyN1F..VTLY
Malcolm 1'I'r "
McCollum of ; ,
\ : : .
D. A Monteith, cousin of the bride, dry and coarsen the skin life and Fire fields. 'J'o W.'Y '0 "' .It
Bushnell, and E. L. Matthews of Michigan forests l11FY ewF ''''' ; "
once covered fur
cut the remaining slices which ; Ol'In F e eCI10p
{ 01"
Starke. ; .
were served with other refreshments 36_out of every 37% acres. because it,, make alt'Fj NOTI1"AT .
to the bridal party and the quick, rich*' centJe''sud.. ?
The bride, a beautiful brunette, Immediate family.An .

( was radiant in her wedding gown, ice course with individual NORTH or SOUTH because fit gets the CLAR JEAN SHOPPE

which was an exquisite model ot: cakes, matching the wedding cake, dishes don in almostno PHONE IS
lustrous shell pink satin made on was served to the large number of EAST or WEST time -

mld-vlctorian lines, with |double guests by Mrs. R. G. Kidd, Misses ,
puff long sleeves. The neck line Evelyn Stumo. Katie and V1r2'lnlaFug r -

was cut high with Peter Pan collar te, Francis Lee Peek, Martha Give -and costs ever so little,

and tiny self-covered buttons Powell, Lillian Sternberg, Kitty -' It a especially when you use Come to FREE Motion Picture
extended to the waist line. The Hogsed, Hope'and Georgia Haynes '_- the economical big box.

graceful shirt extended into a full Assisting in entertaining the TestYOU'LL

I train, and she wore a veil of sheerest guests were: Mrs. George B. !.

shell pink bridal Illusion which Flynn, cousin of the bride, Mrs FIND OUR for dishes- 'STARNtlrKrnYNa '
extended beyond the train of her C. A. Knight, Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Cooking School

{ gown There was also a finger-tip Mrs. S. P. Vandiviere, Mrs. EthelM. Milk the Best ends dishpan '

4 length veil attached to a corded Biggs and Mrs. L, G. Powell. .
satin and pearl coronet. Her bou- Music was furnished throughout PETERSON'SDAIRY hands 4 4r. nMEANOPIACER have
time-learn about
a good
quet was an old fashioned arrange- the evening under the direction of I
ment of bridal roses with a showerof A. W. Anderson, Jr. / /

valley lillies. Among the out-of-town guests '

The matron-of-honor and brides- were: Mr. and Mrs. A. B Canova, -- Spry!
;; see WHAT
maids' gowns veT*. fashioned ont Mr .and Mrs..J. H. Simpson. Mr. --ASNEARTOYOLJ C'r .
Louis XIV models, and were made and Mrs. M. R. Patten, Mr. and FLOWERS I' U&HTTENDERCAKES

of powder blua nioW taffeta. They Mrs. John Inslesby, C. C. Patten. AS YOUR'TELEPHONE 7-----_:

+ wore matching head arrangementsof Mrs. Marcus Conant, Mrs. J, H. e. Spf y"GIVES

silver flowers, in coronet style, Ritch. all of Jacksonville; Mrs. W. FOR ALL OCCASIONS Call 123-J IM HALF THE
h and carried old fashioned bouquets R. Canova, Mr. and Mrs. O. N. ALL ORDERS FILLED

of pink rosea. Canova, Bert and Bruce Canova, ARTISTICALLYECONOMICALLYPROMPTLY MIXING TIME.w

The flower girls were gowned in Alberta Canova, Marie Hanson, 9
the same model of Dink moire taffeta all of Ocala; Judge and Mrs. A. TRY THIS

rJ I, and carried silver baskets tied V. Long, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Canova MRS. L. G. POWELL, Starke { RECIPESo ,d

with pink tulle and filled with rose Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones, ) \ ..
petals. The ring bearer wore a Miss Elise Jones, Mrs. Hamilton .:- --

J suit of white garbardine and carried Rltcb, all of Gainesville, Mr. and

a heart-shaped white satin Mrs. W. M. Wainwright, Mr. and

pillow/ on which rested the ring. Mrs. Jerry Carter, Mr. and Mrs. OUAKEROATS

The bride's mother wore a lovely W. B. Douglas, B. E. Bass, Bill FASHIONED r

model of rose blege lace, with Canova, Mr. and Mrs. John Leo .. CHOCOLATE LAYER CAKE
matching accessories, and her cor- Travis, Mr. and Mrs. C C. Corces, I
sage was of lavender and pink or Mr. and Mrs: W. P. Simmons, Jr., I teaspoon Mlt (cnke llnut
cb Ids. :Miss Dorothy Sapp Mr. and Mrs. I 1 1 te..poonvanilla preferred I
" Mrs Patten, one of Starke's lov- Clyde Harrison, Mr. and :Mrs. I 2 Icupiuonr cggg,unbeaten 21$powder teiiiipoon''ia- I

lieat young women, was graduatedfrom Broward Miller Mrs. Alton Rev- I J Jt cup milk. I

the Bradford County High ell, Miss Thelma Hallistrr, Everett t x "/1 Combine Spry, unit and ,"n'''* I
School: attended Florida State I Morrow, Miss Evelyn Bowen, Miss I Starts Your Day the Vital Way! .. -. Add sugar gradually and crear, !
'I I
College for Women, and was a I Lora Guerry, of Tallahassee, Mrs. I Ill with light amooth.and lIuffy. (So gnlckl tAl), l

member of the Sigma Kappa Sorority Ina Mae Flynn, Miss Mary Fatten, e Alert women the country over make' EASY to bake and fry with eggs, one at a timesition.g::: th itoughly
For sometime past she has Eustis; Miss Letha Patten, De- !it a fait and .tead, rule to serve Spry I after:

been connected with the State Auditing Land; Mrs. Taylor Belcher, Gar- Quaker Oats every morning.For they O,?U Sift flour end baking rowdii
Department at Tallahassee. rlson-on-the-Hudson, N. Y.; Mrs. S'- "" kaoweverydellciouusrving provides1' -foods are doubly delicious, so digestible ff gather rJe tlmea.Add small am., alteiIn -. :t"M ':'
of creamed mixture
Mr. Patten is a son of the late Donald J. Morris, Vllas; Mr and a wealth of food elements you need ,beating after each
Rev and Mrs J. H. Patten, of Mrs. D. T. Clark, Miami; Mr. and )' e + for vigorous health and vhalie,. Ttion a delightful new mo- creamiest shortening they ever W'l :dJiilonlunmilk Pnur' bat
Bushnell. He is a graduate of the Mrs Fred Hazen, Brooker; H. S. It's the abundance of food energy picture coming and it's used. Cakes are mixed in half the '.' into two 8-Inch layer pan grea-ieiJ
I stored In Quaker Oats that sends dad FREE. Be sure to see"Star i in time with I with Spry. Bake in moderately. hot
University of Florida Law School; Harvey, Plant City; and Henry my Spry,yet they're lighter, ""n ((37S F.) 25 minute Spread
member of Blue Key; member of I Manassa, Lakeland. I' and the youngsters off to work and Kitchen." Watch this paper for finer, with a wonderfully delicate I Chocolate Frosting between layers
school with vim and vigor. And ie'i .,| time and place.You'll find real entertainment flavor. Just this and on. top and aide. of cake.
try See if
i Natur.'aprecious Vitamin B In Quaker recipe. I
in it and real help,too. the
: Oat that braces most expensive shortening CHOCOLATEFROSTINO
up'serv.spep. up
: 7A For it shows
rioi : lagging appetites and tones up digestloo. -' you a new easier way ever gave you so delicious cake I 1 blIUISIWY SH U lm :'
bake and "
i *
to fry-with Spry,the tablespoon butter
. Quaker Oats is a quickly-: Spry pastry is flakier and more I J ounce*choeottitaI 'lU.
prepared,economical(bod.too.Order-: new ALL-vegetabe! shortening. tender-Spry-Iried foods crisper I Ublwpooiuhot u-opoonnn.

We wish to announce that we carry a full a package from you/,.grocer today. Cooking experts for 281 homeand tastier and so digestible child milk and chocolate
Melts butter
stock of Burner and Fuel Oil. naking schools say Spry' the can eat them. Try Spry today'I I together koversugarandstiruntilsuge o.r hot water.. Pour hot r

Prices are right and prompt deliveries. I ) II II I inhi> dla chocolate ol..d. Add mixture vanilla and and beat aolt.Add .

The until mooth and thick, enough to
purer pread. ..* enough to COyer
spry- Allvegetableshortening Spry top and aides of two&lncb layer

STANDARD OIL CO. S 5 ,, Na.r.al..eatflrarasralww.b.t9In

Alio In
"'Ib..Mb. con
K. G. DUNCAN, Distributor I M.10 o-Ib. family dss ..

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38 .t\r. ---- -.---- _._ .. -. -- . _. ... .. 4
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I Mrs Taylor Belch, of Garrl- Mr and! Mrs C H Register and

ISr I aon-on-the-Htidson, N. Y., In the son, Hughes, of Tallahassee and I

7t guest of her mother, Mrs. J. E>. Mr and Mrs C H Register Sr FAVORITE 1

Bits of Kriizeo of Lake Butler were guests Sun- I Mathews
' Dairy
,.a day of Mr. and Mrs. H A. Law- RECIPES

J Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall of Tal- son. .

nil lahassee spent the first of the "

Local N week here with Mr. and Mrs W. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen and Chocolate Ire Roy Cake

11J.. I L. Wall. 'I' Miss: Ida Lee Cone were visitorsto "Anything with chocolate In it'" STATE ASSOCIATION TESTS ':

'a.'II- Gainesville Friday, and Miss Is very often the answer we get to I.
CONCERNING OUR PEOPLE, BUSINESS AND Mr. and Mrs. David Oliver of Cone spent the week-end In Brooker our question "What would you like

81 PROGRESS OF THE COUNTY ANT TOWN Ft. Lauderdale were guests Sun- with her mother,''Mrs.. J. C. for dessert today?" However since I Perce nt Butter Fat
day of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bes- Cone. We've received Mrs. J. K. Wilson's ,

sant, Sr. recipe for chocolate ice bax cake

we know that we'll get a very def- I

ca.td.. Congressman, R. A. Green spent R4-ln woolen material for suits inite answer to our oft repeated

l.n 01, D E Knight attended court Col. H. V. Knight spent Wed- Sunday afternoon In Wauchula, ,I coats, or skirts. In checks: and plaincolors question. Just you try It and you MILK HEAVY CREAM BUTTERi

atin Jacksonville) Monday. nesday In Macdenny on profeq where he spoke on the Townsend I at Jacobs'. will find how delicious it really Is. ,

atonal business program. Neatly remove about U of the
' --
dt .art hone for ladles, only I Mrs. Elmo Struth, accompaniedby top of an angel food cake and
joJd..JI Sweaters of all kind. for men I Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts place to one side. With the scissors AND BUTTERMILK
1110118' Miss Arline Mann and Miss Es
at and women at Jacobs'. and children, Patsy and George, cut out a mood: portion of the I '
.. -Mr.:-and Mrs. A. E. sie Coleman spent Sunday after- Jr., of Lawtey, spent Sunday in remainder of the cake, leaving
In Lake
aturday were visiting In GaineaIV noon City. Mrs. Donald J. Morris and baby DeLand with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. "wan".on each aide Fill the entire 0.1 MORNING AND EVENING

Klnne I Joan of Vilas were guests the Tatuim. coke, including the hole In
Mrs C. A. is her
Knight visiting
d. first of the week of Mr. and Mrs. center with the following chocolate DELIVERIES
: mother, Sire James Shepard in
L. A. Rennolda several mixture: '
C. A. knight. npent !
'T.1. will meet Frl-
( Hilliard this week. ,
e days at (home last week and returned -.
with Mrs. R. L. Melt 1 cake ((14 pound) German's -
; Ift..rnoon Mrs P. M. Barefoot and Miss to his work in Richmond, Sweet Chocolate In double VISITORSWELCOMESECOND
Mrs. N. is I
Sternberg spending a
'np few in Palatka the Juanita Barefoot spent last Fridayin Vu, Thursday. He was accompa- boiler. Add 2>4 teaspoons water.
days as guestof
Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. nied us far as Jacksonville by Mrs. Blend. Remove from fire. Add 1
\ .H McKinney was a vis- Mrs. R. J. Wells. I
r8 Li O. Hazen. Remolds. beating vigorously un- .
and Alachua egg yolk ----- -- ---
'r '" High,:: I
blended. Add 1 tablespoon con-
Mr. and Mrs. Green and \
laduv' Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Simmons of Mrs. L. A Davis went to Or- fectioners' auger and I"U cup chop-

little daughter, Judy, were visitingin Tallahassee were guests Monday lando Tuesday to attend the annual I ped nut meats. Blend. Fold in 1
1 inbnnie Russell spent the Palatka Thursday of last week.
yj(? and Tuesday of Mr. and :Mrs. E. convention of the United stiffly beaten egg whte and 44 cup PECAN
ek.eod' n St. Augustine with No Name hats for men in al the I
L. Matthews.Mrs. Daughters of Confederacy. cream, whipped.
colors Jacobs'.
UIV'Bjrs at Mrs. Davis holds the office of After mixture has been poured

.. C. W. Chalker and Mrs. State Chairman of Education. Into the cake use the crumbs that
:. i r Hoppe was a recent Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch of De- AUCTION SALE :
DeWitt C. Jones of Gainesville ----- were removed from the cake and .
,t Mrs Hart Stringfellow in land will spend this week-end here
spent Monday: and Tuesday In Wutch for our Big Advertisement dot them about the filling until all
,ditsvlHt with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. -
next week. Many bargains on of
Jacksonville. have been used. Place the top

the Rexall One-Cent Sale at Carpt'ntt'r's. *I the cake on the filled cake and ice THURSDAY OCT. 27 1:00 Pe M.
Unit\ for the Full One-Cent Salefarpcnter'e :
Charles Darby of Palatka was all over with whipped cream. ChillIn ,.
Nov. 2nd, 3rd 4th Mrs. O. J. Griffin and Owen W.
the guest Sunday and Monday of refrigerator 12 to 24 hours.
1,1 15th. Griffin of St. Augustine were the his brother and sister-in-law Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsand Served with additional whipped STARKE, FLA.

guests Sunday of Mrs. Ethel and Mrs. A. M. Diirby. daughter, Fredricka Mr. and if desired.
friends here of S. T. Dell, Jr., Biggs. Mrs. Frank G. Bauknight and .-.-_ I The first sale having received such universal -
l be interested to learn that he Brown: BHt shoes; for men and
Miss Eleanor Hockett of Jacksonville daughter, Jane Merrill all of Jack-
appointed city attorney Save pennies. The Fall Rex-' at Jacob' approval both as to buyers and
s been your spent the week-end hereas sonville will spend this weekendhere women nt right price, ,
Gainesville to succeed Frank all One-Cent Sale will be hero soon
with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. sold
deceased. at Carpenter's. the guest of Miss Arline Mann Mrs. O. O. Husband and Mrs J. growers, having approximately 70,000

}rant and Miss Essie Coleman. Struth and Miss Kate Struth. G. Rawls of Jacksonville' were the pounds of all varieties, the Managementfeels
-- n- -- --- --
-- SPECIALYOUR -1 Ivan Hazen of the State Farm Mi. and Mrs. Hubert Priest Mrs guests: L Monday A. Davis.night Tuesday of Mr Mrs.and justified in holding the second sale on

and his sister, Mrs A. E. McKin- spent the I first of the week in Ft.
: Davis and her guests left for Orlando the above date.Growers
with Mr. and Mrs. Freddie .
ney, of Starke, were visiting Mrs where attended the
G. W. Hazen In Pnlatka. Frances, Jr. They were accompanied -i annual convention they of the United will please observe the follow

CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35c home by Mip. Frances who of the Confederacy i
iI ing to malting available for sale
Klatch this. paper next work: for will spend a few days with her I as pecans

GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD the Mg ailvc'rtlMement. of the Full parents, Mr and Mrs E. C. Priest. above stated:

I Roxall One-tVnt Sale ut Carpen- -----
TO PAY tar's. Mrs D. T Clark hall returned FIRST: llrlnir your I'li'ium: to the Market on the DAY
to her home In Miami after: spendIng FKE\10H! TO HU.K where there will h"l weigher
and markers tn nrniiiKei on the platform for the wile
time here as the guestof
Mr and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright
i ,
Smith's i and famly of Tallahassee spent the her parents Mr and Mrs. N. SECO"Oil:\/ : the following will lie rhll"lt'd li v- > l to aril first ..AUCTION: ,
Garage of the week here with Mr. D. Wainwright, Sr. She was accompanied -
first .
lien lifter the Aurtlon, you may wll\ at private' Mule,
and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Sr. home by Mr. Clark, but no private selling will be allowed\ unlll after

.. who spent the first of the week Amtlon IN over
-- -- --
Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid has returned here. TIlIIt)). In case of sale, either at Auction or prKatn sale" ,
to her home here after ---- -- -. the usual. nuirket'M charge/ of 3% will Im snub and
FUNERAL DIRECTORMy spending some time In Tampa with MO deducted.. from your Kromi ."Ie.| No buyer will

!busy Years Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render her Mr. and Mrs. A. C BEYOND THE GAS MAINS IN ....nnltt.-d to PRY the grower but instead. he will
parents I
EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE! 1 1 1a pay the Market and the Market will make delivery
MODERATE PRICES Durden. of lil" purchases to hbn and the market will issue"
Its chock: direct to the Grower' for the NET unwunt
DeWITT C. JONES Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Muss- WELl, MOTHER, of sales made for und/or by I ho grower. This man

Starke, Florida baum of Jacksonville will spend HOW DO YOU ner of handling being coimlderfd to be the better

PHOMPT AMBIT : ) COtRTEOl'S AM13LLANCE SERVICE this Sunday here as guests of Mrs. I method both by the /grower and buyer.
PHONE' 1 jsi<;;;nr PIIO'llE IS2 Nussbaum's parents, Mr. and Mrs.B. LIKE YOUR NfW J IIUYEItS will report nt the office of the market' prior to the
Jacobs. MAGIC CHEF"PYROFAX aiiln In sufficient time to qualify aa to regulations
h and rule affecting tho buyer and too have your
a A Bank properly Instruct tho local Bank (Florida
Mrs. G. R. Wlngfield of Chicago GAS RANGE ? v, 0 Bank At Htarke. Htarke Flu.) an to the availability

NAT SEZ: 111., and Mrs. William Stratmannof of funds with which to make your purrhnwo In order 1 ,

A crrtaln preacher whose collection Cincinnati Ohio, were guests of that there may be no hitch In THIS QUALIFI
their nephew, Albert George CATION.
plate was being badly neglected .
Kruse, FTlday.Interwoven
made the announcement The Manager of the !Market will be available for complete Instructions -

one Sunday, that If a certain member and details of the rule and regulation covering this sale
Hose for men Spall'
: .M // who right then was making
for $1 at Jacobs.
eye at another man's wife failed
to came up with $5 he would call
MIss Evelyn Stump will spend R
his name out. When the plate got
the weekend in Jacksonville with
back It contained seven $5 bills I FARMERS MARKET
her sister Miss Lillian Stump,
and one $2 bill. Attached to the
who U student nurse at St.
$2 bill was a note saying "I will I Luke's Hospital.a I LAND SAKES I J. S. LISENBY, Mgr. STARKE FLA.
bring you the other three dollar NEVER THOUGHT

, jiMt as soon aa I toll a few more
chickens." Mr. and Mts. C. F. Ward had aa COOKING COULD BES0

their guest last week-end Mr &'
: ( AND so
Ward's daughter, Mrs. W. E. Bul-

lard and children, Bill and Ann, of I .AS BETTY" I'M


Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthewsand

Mrs. W. E. Middleton attended -
the funeral services of Mrs.T. ( A + Tip Top Market
Service and
l .1 J. Rhines In Worthington ,
.1 Boleros Springs Monday afternoon. the beautiful new Magic Chef I

ranges make the whole job of I
a AND Mr and Mrs. E. M. Davis and ROUND QIC LAIN .'LA.l'OItKSTEAK
much easier
Suspender 198 daughter, Miss Jean Davis, Mrs. A. housekeeping so

W. Anderson, and A. W. Anderson; you'll be amazed and delighted -

DRESSES Jr., spent Sunday In Archer as And "PYROFAX" Gas Ser- Lb. 17c CHOPS Lb. lic
V. Anderson.
guests of Mrs. G. The
vice is not expensive. gas
14 to 44
Don't forgot the lU-xall One- regulating equipment is pro- PORK ROAST
+ Made of Rayon Acetate. A Cent Sale at Carpenter's Nov. 2nd, vided at no charge. Yon pay PICNIC

splendid selection of new art, 4th, and 5th. only the small)installation cost E' +
HAMS Lb. 18c l HAMSLb.22c

styles Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. L. C. of $9.75, and the gas itself

tat Davis Mrs. W. E. costs as little as Wr perperson
Others at $2.98 up RaY, Mrs. L. A. ---;;
MtdUleton, Mrs. J. T. Guy of mealt'PYRdFAX'! :Gas is
Hampton, the Rev. and Mrs. Frank I real gas. hot. ,"fast, c1ean- la CHUCK I.JJ.

Robinson attending were In a Jacksonville district meetingof Friday -I burns without soot or odor. BACON Lb 25c STEAK 12/ t s
j the Woman's Missionary Sociay Don't wait any longer.Find ,
held at the Springfield -: ,
'\ which was out today how much it will do
) -, Methodist Church\
Jr for you in your home. LB.

GRAND new fruit bread. ;

I I A delicious jo flavor. WEINERS STEW

packed with the fruity goodness 172} Lb. lOc

NEW\ FALL COATS UJflllT-RDS I II 0 news of..;bananaj.the bananas ADd actually thl ia I' ;

You can be both Stylish and asst keep the bread moist sod COUNTRY IJt. CHVfK IJ1.
f fresh for several dsys.
Thrifty with of these new
coats one liRE SURE! ere Banana Tea Bread makes "

r excellent toast for breakfast Sausage 25c ROAST 12i/2c

N uu A'a 5: .. .it's a treat at tea tine, In ,

ANYONE desiring to disk harrow Cross ltd Ion illagrtm o/typict school lunches,at church tup.
AX"Gil tnllallation. Try It for new and"dif
Black land with tractor sea J. Maurice .
.. I dl
dwJdw .
T\ Edwards, Starke, Fla. 1O-7-41 Ccretd"A
Be theyn/ crowd
Rust jour P-E-C-A-N-S jIT:
FOR SALE-Baby's play pen, used to .ene this new 0avor treat.

E only few weeks. Reasonable PYROFAXruseMaas And remember Banana Tea I

AND $9.95It price.Farm. Mrs. W. E. Murpbree 10-21-2t State Bread new u.eslor is only bananas.one of the many \WE BUY PECANS

Pays to Buy at ANYONE desiring to have land .DEPENDABLE GAS SERVICE *dvtj>oar copy of the banana ANY

disk harrowed with tractor see'J. I' COOKS..HIATS wins...MMCI KI tea bread recipe and other QUANTITY BETTER PRICES .

:Maurice Edward, Starke. .._Hom.. a.r.xd the 0.. Mains new banana recipes when you
see "Star in My Kitchen." I AT TIP
FOR RENT-Furnished or Unfurnished SeeCJUIGLEV TOP GROCERY
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KOTICM OP" APPLICATIONFOR LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS IN BRADFORD Thompson Mrs. Delia Whitley Julia Wlttfeldt. .Walter Kersey William n. On..I. Thom.a Ih tt.rI ---
Julia Williams, Lucy Waters, HershelWalnwrlght Esen Nelma lineal Lenora ; ,
TA X 1>KEISenate > Terry. Mrs. ''I.
( Hill III... lNil COUNTY. FLORIDA FOR TilE. SEVERAL T..nn.r. Louell Williams. Henry B. C. Keene. William A. flddm o. F. 1,,., ,h .. .:' ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That VOTING PRECINCTS AS FOLLOWS : ..., Emma C. Wilkinson Towsey Wyrlck, John P. KlrbYj i-Inward William Fl. Odom ONeaf Gladys 81" ,, '' I., 'I
Lois E. A. Roy : I
LaiR Adklns holdr of Tax Certlfl Thornton. W. T. Wilkinson, Wyrlrk 11'' kl.I I' ;
I Wilkinson Bryant Wilkin.. T. A. James Robert Oneal Amanda "
rates Numbered' respectively. HO: Tanner Dave K.ly. h"'I,' '
91 Issued: August. 7, 1883, and 82Isiued FOR GENERAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 8, 1938 Terry Dorothy W.lnwrl.ht. Truby L. Walnwrlght. Maude KnlrhtbDarllnll' I. Overstreet Mae Il" tl"
September 5, 1832. has file Taylor Mr.. Onle \V.lnwrllht, James H. Wllkerson, Harry Oneal C. D. ""I". \,. ,
.Ham* In nvy office and ha. mad Precinct No. 1-Lawtey Thornton Reuben C. Warren Ethel. Kldd. Richard 0._, Jr. Olive. Leroy "R., )Ii"" FLib I; I I. .
application for tax deed to be I"".ued Thornton Kllsa Wells, Mae BlUe Warren, .. B. Knight. Mrs U. v. Powell. Luther O. Ron)", 1; : '
Bald certificates Wilkinson KatieWalnwrlght. Knight H. V. Powell Luther 'll "' I. "
thereon. re.pec- Thornton, Carlos Woolen, Jessie C. "''J
tlvely embrace the following described Arwood II. B. Green W. C. Norman Lonsle Taylor Carl E. L. Henry C.Wllkerson Kln"1. Jeanette D. Prevatt. R. I "npl', '),t' f
properties" In the County: o f Arwood Nora P. Orlffls. Georgia Norman. a. M. Terry Elisabeth Wlk.rtnn. Leon Kite. Robert Powell. .. ,.t !

Bradford State of Florida, to-wlt: Anderson Andrew Orlffls. Mamie Norman Bulah Terry, John J, W..lnwrlghtlIf.bel. Waters, LouieThomp.on. Knight Ou.le Prevatt Hettie lapl'Stroll". Itot" {, :'' 1 ,
/Said: i,4 of Certificate No. 916 Money Whitehead, Rebecca Wlkerllon. Gladys Keen N.n.y Pullam Lenora l'itunsp. "
embraces Went Half of Southwest Ashford, Mandy Orlffls, Ester Norman J. M. Thornton Cassl Wilkinson, George Edith Keene. Albert Peterson .Almena R. I', lv",
Urlffls I.. HOPI'. ,,; ; !
Klssle J Othma J.
of Northweit Quarter '- Austin Norman Sarah
Quarter Thornton E. S. Walnwrlght, Mrs. Q. W.WIlkerson. Bennett Kirby. Parks. W. B. ,
East Half of Southeast Austin J. S. Oasklns Mrs. LenaOrlffls. Newsom C. H.AnLlers Torode Edwin Wllkerson A. J. W..ter. IvyWester Koliings. H. ... Powell. John n. Mhnp..1, ,I' I)
0. J. R A. H. M. Muln. ,
Quarter of Northwest Quart..rto.ctlon Overstreet Richard R. Wllkerson W. E. E. N. Kersey LlbronFrat. W. C'. 'Iii
Th.d. 8hphci
Godwin J. Q. ... D.Overstreet
10 Township 6 South. Austin Henry Overslreet Edward D. G. Wllkln.on. Geneva Kidd Eunice E. Powers. J. W. 8h"llh'rd' ,. A
Rufus Wiker"on.
Green Mrs. Gussle
Kange tl East containing 40 Annls. A. A. RschelArmstrong Thornton, George Lee Charles Young, George F. Kite. Kenneth Pow"r.. I.ula Stump. Frjo'Kite
Acre., more or Ie.... Austin W. M.OverstreetOrlffls Green C. B. O'Neal.Paul. A.And..r.on. Rose Thornton, Mania Wllkerson. W. ... Yorcks, Wm. B.Yarbrough 741cr P.rk.. Ethel n. $i.sw Ido ,". I
!Said! Certificate No. 121, embraces ,J.S. M. Oldwln.1''.. Eva Prevatt Delia Thornton William Whitehead, q. R.Wllkerson Ellas E.YarbrouKh Kite. Harold Pills. Bennett Sharpe 5.
Went Half of Northwest Orlffls, Percy Prevatt Semi "hornton. Sarah E. L. Christina Kesn N. 1. Pullum. Dean J I
of Southwest QuarterSection Austin, Brownie Taylor, Ocle O. W. In.lh. W
Quarter Orlffls. Mattle Prevatt Calvin Wlftfeldt. H. Yarbrough Charney KennedY. I''cleJr."cot. Hiram J",.
10 Township. e 80uth.lianll' Austin Darling Williams M. W. J. E. .
Wllkerson. Kelley. .
Groves. W. D. SmIth
Anderson E. N. Prevatt. B. l.ry P.rk. El. Ed"
13 East containing 20 Brown Geo. W Gasklns. J L. Pearce O. Harrold Wilkinson, Easter Wllkerson. Harry Kits. P.yton. Slr"". FlNKite. ; I I,'

Acres assessment, more. or lean.The of the. said. property Burney Henry W. Green W. E. Prevatt, A. B. Precinct No. 2-Starke (North) Esily. Lola Enoch Parmenter.. .. Amn.Earl R.E. Imlh. E F ''I".e,
Blanchard. Alanson M.Fturney Orlffls. Smiley Parmenter R. TJley Mr.
> of said Certificate No. .
under A
816 In the name of Eddie Old- Everett E. Gasklns, J. Darby Prevatt Frances Adklns Andrew Z. Clark, JimColeman. Grlffls. Andrew J. Keen Leone Porter Thorns. ... "1..admRI ''II/v
was HereSy. Annie Price Thomaa. W.
ham, and the assessment of saidproperty Blanchard Robt. A. Urlffls. Calley. Padgett Henry C. Alv.r. ... M. Elijah N. Grlffls, E. L. Kite. Solomon ,
under. said Certificate. No Brown. Mrs. Minnie S. Orlffls, Elsie: Prevatt. Jeff Parm.nt..r. Lacy D. 'pl), MYhl)
JessieBlackburn Orlffls. Walter. Prevatt. ... C. Alt man, Joseph A. (Cook Karle Sr. Griffin, Owen. W. Kirkland. Joseph T. Purvis H. B. Stsnie.
328 was In the name of ChaaVn"les's Hurney T T. Orlffls. KllshaOrlffls Pearce Arthur C. Alvares. R. M, Jr. Chastaln. T. C. Green Lloyd J.Orlffls. Lewl.. Harry U. }'ow.l. John Thom,. /". ,., ..
Alvarea, M. J. Chambers. CentelleConway Luke. Jim O. Mack .;
shall be Plane-hard Anna M Arthur Prevatt R. M. Llndsey Thomn.r,
.said certificate redeemed -
the C. B. Grlffls Clyde Prevatt Bullie Alvares, Alrmso L. Barbara E. Gray Abraham Lewis Emory C. Philp... James. F. Truby .i d L
according to law property nh
described therein will be sole Hell, M. ... Orlffls' Dopsle A.Orlffls Phillips O. .. Alvares, Britt Conway Leonard W. Grlffls. George Lewis. Jeff. pr.vat. It. T. Tylei.. .1. .\ ,
to Ihe highest bidder at the court Blgg-a, Martha. K W. L. Phillips. Pebble Adklns. LoisAlderman Cooper. Oration C. Goodwlne, Lem Lee. Matl.la M. Margaret I,,. Ty"on. .,Inhn
houie door on the first. Monday In }Berry. Sarah L. Godwin, Mrs. Annie Lou Peele.. J. P. Dora Cady Beverly E. Green Inca A. Long. P. Perry Clifford TY'OI, n,1
the month of November 1938. whichIs Bollard John Grlffls, Truby Prevatt Wm. Alvares Rufus. O. Carpenter. .John Frank Garrison. GussleCopeland Lewis. Worthy A. Peek lara Louise ThuIR.. ir, "
the 7th day of November 1838. Bollard Alice Green Richard H. Prevail L- D. Alvares' Annie R Arthur F., Jr.Green T. ScollleCauthen. Lewis. Robena A. Peek .Ttilian 1.. I I I, ,. '
listed this. 27th day of Septembei'. Bennett. H. T.rlnyrr GroveM Mrs. Ellen Phillips Minnie Alvares, Lucia 8.Alvares. Kathleen Urlfftfi, Gadsnn Luke. Tralmont J. Peek Mrs. Clara 1.. Thom...,1"1" '
1838OFFICIAL., Henry Gasklns. Jean Pendarvls, B. F. Annie (Clark Frank Green Mrs. S. Inel Long. Filler. C. D. TIRfn. Eu., I
( SEAL) Rlackhurn. L. F. (Griffin Lou Annie Prlvett. Ned Alvares, Hattie Collins, Calvin B. Grant. b..al Leach Otis E. Powell. John "I'' TyIP. I
A. J. THOMAS. Blackburn D. L. Groves, Wiley Prevatt O. R. Agin, William M. Chamber, Oeo. s. George, C. Luke I. V. Prevail, 1.. .. Tomlki AIr. I I.,;"..
Clerk of Circuit Court of Bennett E. M. Godwin, H. Q. Prevatt Fonso Andreu A. O. Crawford Cecil Orlffls. A. F.Grlffls L..wl.. Loca Phipps. (Cha. K. Taylor W..I". ", ,
Bradford County Florida. Bennett. Mrs Mary Groves, B. W. Prescott. Miss Slnah Alvares, Tate> O. Conner, Marcus. Lee Henry E. Lewis. Magnolia Pitt... Ronald Thon1.. I', "
8-30-6t-10-2. Bennett Richard Garrett Lewi Prevail. J. T. Andreu. Edith Carter Sullivan R. Graham, William H. I.owery. Oeo. F!. Peek .Jullan L Jr. "Ihu,t ,
Bradley T H. Orlffls, Eliza Padgett Mrs.. Chess Alvares, R. V. Carpenter, Virginia Grlffls, EllGoodman 1.loyd. D. Fe Pitt.. Elisha Thornton w,;, N
Brown H. C. Orlffls, John S.Grlffls Plummer Verdi. E Anderson. Alice Crabtree, Cora B. William E Long. 1I1yrwin ... Phlpps. ..JI. 'l'homs. W", I
Bennett Mrs lAssie J. F.Orlffls. Plummer M. B. Alvares. Vincent LM Carter. LoreneCadle Green Ernest Lelt.man. Daniel Prleet. TINon. I'
NOTICE or ALB OF TAX tlanchard. Enia ., Oscar O. Prevatt Ruddy Alvares Mrs. EmmaAlvares Warren Or..n. Purvis Long. E. Parker Lee 'l'honias.11". .
('CKHTIFICATI' :! Bennett Johnnie Oasklns. Wade Prevatt Runic: Eva Cadle, Victoria ." J. W. Lowery Mr. Iv"y Frather. Helen Thomas,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Bennett II. 0 Orlffls, Curtis T. Prevatt, B. L. Alvares R. B. Clark, Alice Gardiner Minnie D. l.w.on. H. A. P..rklnl.. Warren E. Thom.M F.nk'J
Mrs. N. N. Wynn has filed with me Brown Jane E. Griffin, N. Dawson Padgett Katie Anderson J. L. Cook Earl Jr. Inner Martin E. I.aweon. ... T. Perkins. Ruby Mae Thnma iti'i1 p
written request. that the tax certificateS leek, Gladys. LuclleBradley. Orlffls Laura Prevatt ThelmaParmenter Alvares, Leon B. Cook Earl Inner, Martin E.. Sr. Lennon Charles. D. Parks O. B. ThorR. .\ d
together with all subsequent. N. M. Gllsson. W. R. Bell Ahrendt GerhartAdklns (Cook Theodore Gelger.. O C. Lw.on. 11.. Ida P.rka. Eliaabeth MRr" 1
omitted or levied taxes held by the Batten R. L.fatten. Grace, L. R. Prlvett Emma Hatel Canova, Mona A, Griffin, P. E .. Julia (". Thornton W
State be advertised. and sold to the Pinkie Orlffls. Lloyd Prevail. Carrie I.Dole. Alford. Alveta Carter. William H. Oeor.e. R. W. I.wton. Thomas W. Pence. Charles B. Tucker Wiii,5' F,:,
highest bidder. for cash aa. providedby iradley. H. H. Green. William Peele, Cohen Andrews, Wesley L. Conner, Carrie John ...trh. (onrad Parks. Bryan Thornlon, Mr. ()nl_
Chapter 182(6 of the 1937 act of ., N. O. Orlffls. W. E. Price. Otto Lee Alvares WlllardAlvares Crumpler C. H.; Orlffls. Llllle Elizabeth Padget. Mary. Thornton, neul.h
the Legislature upon the following Boles, Alma Grlffls, J. F. Padgett. Vernle Onfte Crumpler, Mlnda Green. Roscoe l.we. Clarence 1. P.v.tt. Marguerite 'Thornton (Pari
described real estate In the Countyof ioles, Carlle Groves. Clarence Parmenter. Earl E. Andrew., Maude Carlisle, J. B. Green Pauline Lewis. dna _,Parker W 8 Thomas. 1
Bradford State of Florida to- Box, Theodore (lodwin. John M. Prevatt Carrie Alvarez, Charley Cllne Herbert D. Gunter Nancy Lowe Edith Mae Parker Willie Thornton Wllla). L
wit t BoleS, J. A. Orlffls. Truby Prescott, Melvin Alvares Paul Cook. Kennlst. Orlffls, Pinkie Lowe Alfred. PittmCn. Guy F Thorn Ion. Wlll.,
8 15 A of SE'4 of NEW I AcreIn Box, Inn le Grlffls. Mack Prescott ViolaBlackburn Adklns Lawrence E. Conner Pearl Green WinifredAnders Lowe Weildia Robinson James W. Thoma., nl.d ',
SW Cor of N 25 A of SEVi of Amanda Oasklns M. C. Prevatt Ralph Leroy Cashmore, Willie Inner Zorra Morris Joe. Hitch James. H. Thornton Aivl I""r
NE 4 Sec. 89 TP7 8. H. 21 E., Browning Rachel UMsklns. Myrtle Prevatt Earl I Andrews, Milton Cain Ellsha F. Clay. Adolph Moore. Leonard V. Rildon. .. ... Thornton Harle
in Acrea.- more' or lea.,. Brownlnir.. Gertie !!..kln Jeanette Pr.vattEmma_ King Anderson, Geo.. A Cain, E. Louise.. ()ayHatel. Pauline !Matthews .Conway lch._.isabelle y"on. ltona.,.
The taxes. to be .sold are' evidenced Bennett Floy .iireen uosnia Quinn, J. K. .nu..un. ". "owan. wuiiam u. I sri:ii,, R A. Moore, Audrey K.Matthews a. lyson.. Henn 1 l.
by certificate No. 99 and 695 of 1927 Irosky, B. H. Grlffls, Llnnle L. Quinn SarahRaulerson Andrews, L. A. Cowart MlneolaCarter Green Floyd Ella Lee Rich. Carrie 1.. Thomas Allen \
and 1933 respectively and represent Browning, David Orlffls. Dolph It. James Alvarez Mrs. Drill Roy Gunter. D. D. 10r.an. Arizona Carrie A. Testone, P. ,iu \
unpaid taxes for the years 1826 to Tews E. L. (]Goodfellow 3. E.Hascard. Reed ... R. Anders. Maggie Crawford. Llllle Grnntham Ausley. C. Mike H"II"ter. Freeman Teston T T
1938. both Inclusive, amounting Carter. Marlon D. Louis Roster', JamesReddish Alvarez LuclanAnderson Clark Luclna M. Grlffls, Leva Murrhee.! A. F. RI'h. .. .. C. Taylor Mi >- l I. ,v.Thomai ,
i $51.95. Crawford W. Robert Hill Louis. H. J. T. Eons. Crawford, DaveChastaln. Green, Robert O. Moore' Amy Matthew -. f;, ,. II.
ALSO: Beg at A Pt. 353 ft. E A -Yews, Fr..nk M. Harley Alonso Roberts, Enock J. A..plnwal.. Margaret Ch.... E. Grlffls, Leonard Murrhee, Edith Hitch Evelyn Thomas. VI|, t,\j r <
.;; 628 ft S of NW Cor of NE'4 of Carter Dalton Hodges F. C.Harrell Reddish Voley R. M.Alvares Conner Thelma A. Grlffls, Pearl Moore EthellMundjt Randall Alleen Tut en. n H
r .. NEV4 A Run W 105 ft. N 235 ft. 'lemons. W. C. J. U Reddish Drew WoodrowAlexander Clark. Luther Grlffls, Nellie Wm. D., Jr. Randall, W. P. Thomas E.I: I ITestoni
r E 10G) ft. 8 235 ft, to Beg-, See Crawford Robert N. Hill Emma P. Rosier James M. Aria B. Crosby Essie L. Goolsby Irvine Mundy Leila Register Alice L.Rlftdon C.; ']1'
1 80 Tp 7 S. K. 22 E. "ooper. :Joseph Harley Abble S. Hosier, Berry IS. Alexander Wilma Clark Merton F. Grlffls. MarthaGuv lontelth. Dnvld A. Lacy D. Turner, EMI' d i
The taxes. to be sold. are evidenced I Coleman, Qeo Hampton Mary Rowe John B. Armstrong H W. Crosby, Coley C. FredGrlffls Mrs.' Kathleen Roberls, Willie Thorntnn \\11"
by certificate Nos.. 326 and 1600 of Cannon K. C. Harrell Lucy Roberts O W. Ttrownlee. Jams M. Conner Mrs. Ruby Henry Manning, .1. C., Rodners Carl L. ThoniniMMIJ, 'I' !
1928 and 1V33 respectively, and represent Coy? Laura. Houston Emanuel Rosier. J E. Rurney Oeo. W. Conway Mrs. Ferris Goodman Wm. Earle Morgan, Wesley Royal, S. R. Tlson. Th, .. i iTlson. .
unpaid taxes for the years. Cooper Lucy Houston (Cassia. Rosier R. a. Brown Oliver Crawford. W. S. Goodman. Annie Mlnton Warren W. Ruts, L. n. l.it'in,, <,
k 1927 to 1938 both Inclusive, amount- Cross, Hattie. Howe Jackson A. Roberts, Jewell Tatum Bes. ..ant, William A. Crosby, Randolph OrlfflB, Vasco Manning Vollle F. Roberta. James. 1. Tlson. lull,.i
log; to 176.26.ALSO CreWlIIaggle Milliard, (.. L. Reddish Russell Res. .ant, Abraham Curry David T. Orlffls. Mandy Murrhee, William T. Rnulerson. W. Theta. K F
I : Lot 24 In Woodlawn Section Crews Josephine Harrell. Joe L., Jr. Reddish Willie M.Redding Rronke, Albert Davis Ellery M. Guy Heflry A. Manning, C. W. Raines, Ancel Richard lnd..hl1. \ I i
IS Township 5 South Range arradine., F. H. Hood D. C. -, E. F. Bryan, A. J. Davis met Green BrlttGrlffls. Matthews. Eugene L. Hitch, J. W. lnd..rhlll > i
22 East, containing 10 Acres, Crews, C'. R Harley H. C. Reddish J. M. Bennett, Gus. H. O.. ue. Wm. M. J. M.Grlffls Manassa, Arthur Roberts Leola F. f'nd..rhll u I i V
l! more or less Cr.wa. T S. Harley S. C. Howe Clyde Hronke, Btirtha Dell Isaac Pearl Manassa, MinaMontgomery Roberts. ... P. Underhil WI.' ,i.
. ,' The taxes to be sold are evidenced Carter Marlon H. Howard Mrs. AvI Redding, Horace BrownIes, Maude M.nrownlee. Davis. Lewis A. Grlffls, Ttollln R. B. M- Richard. Annie FT. Jnderhlll1'
I by certificate No. 230 of 1934 and Clark F. B. Howe Elisabeth Rhodon W. C. S. Elizabeth Dell, Ben Geiger ,R. H. Montgomery, Evalyn A.Henfroe. Leon L, f'nd.rhli \u., ,
ir. represent unpaid taxes for the years (Carter E. H. Harrell W. J. Reddish P. D. F"a"ley. Gertrude L. Davis. Lee Perryman Gassett. Pate Manning J. H. Rlgdon, Arthur tnlerhl ", 'u
1933 to 1938. buth Inclusive. amounting demons. L. C. Harley D. B. Rosier. A. B. O. L.Hrlnson. Dlggs Lou C. Gassetl, Clyde Morgan, Jesse TIny, Amelia Underhi Maim* Ii
to $18,42. Memons, Maggie Harley Helen Reddish 1011'''.. Bell T. A. Duhart. Lula Hoover Joseph C. Morrow Mason W. Ray, L. C. HutuUnderbill
. it Said tax certificates together with Carter, OwenCrawford Harley A. H.. Jr. Reddish Viola Bird Earnest Dell. Susie Halslop Wm. R. Morrow Mrs.' Louisa ..Hay Mrs. Lula A K\"i
all: subsequent omitted or Levied Peach Harrel, Keefee. B.Harrell. Reddish Mrs. Drew Hallvv, John Darbv. Annie E.Daugherty Hornsbv, James Moody Arthur O Hllch, Carlyle tnd..rhl, wi.i, ,
f taxes. will be Mold to the highest bidder demons H. W. J. Reddish. Mrs. Mary Brown Willie A.Barnes. W. E. Hull, Maria K. M.na.a.O.orle Ed ward Reddish Rodman D. ,' ", 1.A
at the Courthouse door In Stark Carren P. J. Hunter P. A. Rosier J. Q.Raulerson Marcel Daugherty. Ida M. Harnage. ... A. EI..b..th. W.Ross, David (I. Vall. Wm I
of Cooper. J. S. Howard, Henry E. M.Raulerson. Hessant Ursula P. Dell Damon Hulchlnson A. A. lanaua. Register C. A. Wainwright s i I'
on the 21st day October 1938 at
F 11:00 o'clock A. M. Carter. C. F.Chesser. Mersey. Mamie Lou E. J. Farefoot. P. M. Davis Isham Huto. L. S. Henry A. HUharde, H. M. Williams Ii.Ii. i
fated: this the let of J. A. Mersey James. B. Howe Claude R..ref.ot. Reacy Dell Oscar J H. Morgan Matt M. Russell R. W. Wllllamh. nil
1938 day October Crews. John Jones, Daisy. Redding I>. R. Rockelman August Dell, Roosevelt Hodges, Stanley Morgan Mattie Rlcharde. Harriet White, Crew., Raymond Jones. James. Reddish Elva Bishop. Harold A. Duncan R. W. Holllngsworth. W. M.Holllngswnrth Moseley, Edith V. Hu''". Lola WilliamKi ",.ue1!
I (OFFICIAL, SEALOi Crews, Wesley. John... Hettle Raulerson. H. Bishop, Nina Richard Denmark, P. 8. Martha. Matthews, Eugene. S. Rained., Sarah C. Wall, AlbunnWIHIamF E
t,, A. J. THOMAS. ('r"w.11''''. Bessie John. A. L. Reddish Ury Bennett Mrs.' Annie Mae Duncan Wm FT. Hundley Emma Matthews, Ida D. Hell..t..r.. Gertrude Th, nts )
Clerk of Court
Circuit of
Crawford Louie H. Johnson J. W. Reddish Mary Jan Brymer A.Barnes. Denmark, Emily Hartman A. Mlddleton, Earnest R. H. Williams, Thi.mnF
. ii Bradford County Florida.. Crews, Frank Marlon Johns E. C. Roster, Arneta S. James. T Drlskell. Duschell Heard' Jack Moore, Cornelius Ru""el."I. Georgia WalnwrlKht W'l, M.
10-7-St-10-21 Crews. Louis John., Jim Raulerson. N. H.Raulerson Barnes, Dlllle VBarnes Davis. Charlie H.Dauaherty Mersey. James. M. Morris. Lena Belle Williams, Nat
(' rr.dln.., Pearl G. Jones W. H. Lillian Alex. I* Clinton Hartman. Elsie Mendosa Thelma E Rlgdon. Wile. .. F. Williams, FV
Carter. L. C. Jones, R. P. Rowe Vernon I... Burney. Newman D. Durden Herbert. A. Hutcheson, Clarence C.Huhbard Morgan R. L. James. A. White. S IN'" THE WAMH OP TilE STATE Or Chandler Mrs. Caro T. Judd. O W. Rowe Mrs.' GladysRaulerson. Barker. Leuvenla Durden Blots Marvin Moore, Clarence. Roberson Blanch Wynn Wain wrUht Man 0
FLOHIUATO Crawford Cecil E. Johns. Laten William RrookingsFrank Bowling, Cleone M. Howe J. R. Murrhee, Emma Riley, Robert D. Wall,, Murla' EReynolds. .
I TO: OLIVE W. OODDARD whole i Clark Mary E. Jewelt. Paul N. Raulerson. Armanda Rattle Rodgers Duncan Margaret Hol.endort. Mrs.. Jamie Merrltt, James R. B. T. White Noblt Hay
L residence la No. 3 Elm Street Boston Christy, Mrs.' W. B. Jones, Alice A. Redding Louis H. Bradley, ArsonerBagwell Duncan, K. O.Dowllng Ella lagyarl.! Andrew Ranadel. Charles E. White. Ethel M.
.) H..a h..eett.. Carradlne, Stella R. Johns. Clyde Reddish, K. L James E J. r"o'jI:" : Mart" W. Loon T. Wills. Irene L
t' t I It I affidavit Carmichael W. M. Johns, Morris' : J. Rowe, A. J. F..o"nlee. ... W. Dowllng. M. Dele a D.' Moseley, Roberts George. Williams. Wili. E
i attached to the bbllwO.nc ;. Crews, Alma Johns. H. C. Reddish RossleKafuse O. Davis. Maxley. Delmar Raymond Alc. Roberta Wall. M.bel
ii filed In that certain cause. now Cheesier Laura A. Johns. G. B. L. P. Bennett, J Ev.r.t Drlskell Lula Hol..ndort.. Wllmer Magyar!, John Jr., Russell, White. Inc A
J pending In the Circuit Court. Eighth Crews, Julia W. Johns, A. .7. Rhoden Clarence F. Bryant W. Dick., Sam Mann. Ruby Rlgdon Eva Winkler, Edwin A.Ttauleraon .
Judicial Circuit of Florida. Bradford Clemons. R. L. Johns, P. B. Rowe, bore Bryant. lola E. Dicks. Nettle Hart Edna M. Moore, Jerry Onl Williams, Mar
County In Chancery Wherein (Converse Louie. Bell Johns, Verda Rhoden, Wm. C. Baxter Anna Darby JeanDlnklns Megan, John L. Manning Clyde Raymond O. Paul Wainwright Edward.
Carey F. Uoddard Is Plaintiff and Carter Russell Johns, Mary Rosier Alice Brownl.e. John M. L. F. Henry George Mack Inca Sharp Reynolds. Francis W. Wllkerson A. J
, Olive W. Ooddard Is Defendant and Clemons Lewis Johns, Lee Reddish, Ida Mae Bagwell. EsraBrown Dlnklns. ThelmaDenmark Harnage Mary A. Mitchell, J. 8. Rids. Toby Walnwrllht. BlonchiN
the relief prayed for I. a divorce: demons, Moorell Kettles, C. H. Roberson. F. BRhoden. lee, Mary B. T. P.Dicondls. Hagan. Delia Martn. Arthur 3 Roberts. O. E. .. C.lvlnWhltehead.
and It appearing that the Defend Carroll Llnnle Knight Wilbur F..e.manCrawtorll. Bryant Fred B., Leonardo Milliard, Charlie 11.ck. J. P. Renfroe, AltaMcRae SamuelWilliams
I antI residence Is No. S Kim Street Leila Mae Kirkland ... H. Refuse. Myra Bryant Nolan DePoala, Nick Hulto Carolyn I. Mrs. Jerry Rowe, Ruth. R J.
I o Mapsacbueetts; that' she is Crawford. Bonnie Kelly H. C. Rosier James B.Crawforll. Brooker James C. Denmark Ruth. HOllnl"worth. Woodrow Mann Arllne fl..trunk. G. M. Wood, Annie S.
over the age of tweny-one years W. T. Knight E. Rowe Lassie Brooker Mary A. Davis R. J. IsalhHalslop I McCoy, Starling B. Williams, Gertrude
Mrs. Bradley H. H. Davis, Lu ile Tatum Fred ElizabethSilcox David L.Sllcox Williams, A. B
and that. there Is no person. or per- Crawford Amelia Kelly Eunice Reddish Ruth I McCoy ,
aionaj In the State of Florida the service Crawford Ray Knight Fannie Mae Smith, Alfred Brantley Jordan Elln..ton. John A Howard Pauline E. McRae, Harley M. Walter. Wood, Arthur
of process upon whom would Cox, 8. V. King Jessie. Mae Smith Richard Brown Ancll Edw.r.. Roy Howard Claude M. McRae J. W. Stump Fred F. Wlilame. Vandl E
personally bind said defendant.IT Crews, Francis King. RoyKnight Strong Robert 3.Chesser Bryan D"ck1 .,.'Gladys. C. Hornsby Hazel McRae. A. R. Scott Fred A. ErneH A
IS THEREFORE ORDERED Otis. a. C. Sweat LevyCovington Bryant. Edwards, Lacy Jr. Hornsby, Russell E. McRae, Ardells Singleton Stephen Warren. Mrs Plorenci
that said.. Defendant Is hereby required WIlliam E Kirkland WilburKlrkland. Strong, .6dw.rdCovlnll'ton. Bell, John Edwards. Joseph. W. Hall, ShellleHutto McLendon Florence M. Sapp William Williams, Loulxo
.to. appear In said cause on Clara J. H. Starling. Llllla Boyd, J. a. Edwards. W. Mitch Lura F. McRae, Basil M. Sllcox. ... J. Weldon S. A.
. or before the 6th day of December, Cannon Willard Kapfer. Chas. J. Starling, Joseph Boyd. Reba Edwards. Ruby Mae Harrington Kenneth M. McGee AnnieStrickland. C. B. Wall Harold <*
,. A. D. 1938 otherwise. the allegations Cannon C. B. Kapfer Sophie Starling, Steve T. Bryant Raymond Edwards, DallEdwards Harrell Willie McDonald. Walter Jr. .siern. Harry Wall. Martha. D
of said Bill of Complaint will betaken Clark 8. R. Knight. S. A. Sapp J. Bhlpman Reasley, Mary H. Carrie H.rr..l. V. B. McLendon, Robert P. Starling, BenJ. J. Woodle W K
I 2 as confessed and a Decree Pro Clark' Mora Kemp, W. p. $app, Henry R. Beaalejr, .7. B. Edw.rd., H. L. Lula MvOehee John M. Scott. Laura H. Warren Miles TWiggins
'I Confesso entered against her. Crawford; J. D. Kite, Daniel l I... Starling A. I... Bryan Julia Edwards, Alice H.rrln"ton. Mary Olady. McClane, Thomas K. Jr.stump Eva W. Laura Lft
V I IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Carter Oscar Lee Will Starling David Brlnson, Queen E. English R. H. Hall, Charles. W. McDanlel, Jim Smith Beatrice Q.McDanlel Warren Nannie
I this order be published once each Cody. Helen Lee, Arthur Sapp Georgia Bennett Elma 1>. Ellington R. A. Heerlng. Gertrude A. Blanchl Sapp Leona Wlmberly. Katie Belt
I. week for four consecutive. w.ek. In Cody. I. B. Lee Conic Starling, N. 1... Brown lee, Hugh I* Ellington, Burke I. Herlong, Mark B. lcP""k. William Sapp Jake 8. Williams, Julia
the Bradford County. Telegraph a Crews Pency Lee, Mabel Starling A" .. Browtilee Mrs. Etta Ellington, John A., Jr. Hogsed. Kitty Euret Emmett M. Smith F). H. Wills, Mrs Florrie
newspaper published In and of general Cook. William R. Lang Isabella Schnell Eleanor Balsden. P. F. Ellington Ollle Hunt. Edward Barney E. Sllcox James I* Williams, HardWilliams )
circulation In Bradford County Carter Morris Loadholts T. A. Starling, L. R. Halsden Kate Ellington Freddie Hayn. Clarence B. McRae Ethel Sapp, EllsryRichardson. Amos
Florida. Crawford. Robert. Lewis. A. M. Starling, Lula Bonnett, Paul Ellington, Mrs Ma..I.Roland. Jesse M.lane. Mrs.' T. K., Jr.Sweat, Ida W.rd. Chas, W.
This Ith. day of October, A. D. Crawford Oscar H. Lewis, Mrs. A. M.Lana Starling, Alfred Baldwin Frank B. Edward., Leo L. Clfford. Jr.' McNeal. Wm. D. Sapp. Carl Warren. Mr. Hu.hlWlmberly. I .
1830 Crawford Willie Mr. W. M. Starling, J. C. Benson Julia R. Edwards, H. A. .. McCord. T. M. $app, O. L. Wallace )
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Crawford, Jack Loadholts. M. E. Surtaln. Annie Benson J. Harry Edwards J. M. Hornsby Markley. J. McCord. W. C. Sumner Orvin Williams T.I/: Jr
. A .. Crawford, Cliff Lindsay. J. p. Smith .Carrie Byrd, Adell Edwards. Locus J. Harris Truman E Norman ... B. Sumner Aaron Wltkovskl. B R
i. T,1f'f'Aglrcu It Court Carroll KalfordCrawford Lovell, J. J. Starling I Nellie Brown. Marcus F. Edwards. Guy C. Hobba E. W. Nelson.. O. T. Sumner_ A. C. Wood Glen E
I Bradford County Florida. William Miller Lee Starling1, Nancy Box, Frank H. Edwards. Eva Lee Herlong, Blanch a. Norman Hiram L Sapp Mre.) Vide Warren. Jamefc PearMWalnwrlght
ls-14-6t-ll.il. Crawford, Ellas Moore Hattie Slarllng Llssle Bryan. Sam A. Edward., William A. Hernwall, C. E. Norman F. M. Swanbom. W. R. Ellen aWalnwrlght
I Crawford, Clyde Myers, Mary Bell Starling W. J. Bryant lActic English. Leona Hernwall, Pearl B. Norman S. J. Swanbom Agnes nrsceWalnwrlKht.
Crawford, Richard Moore. W. H. Strong. Thomas Bagwell.. Edward Edwards. Lucllelutchsson, Ellery Norman T. N. Sanders. Annie N D. J r.
Collier, Lllll Miller, MamieMyers Huber. Forlst Bryan W. W. Edwards. Henry Leon Houston, Harry H. Newaom Ray A. Slarllng Voley L. WII.ml. Yancy S "
NOTICH OF APPLICATION Carter Gladys Josephine. Strong, Bettl Brown Tobby Edwards, Merrill Houston. Hilda Durden Norman Joseph Starling, Alma James .
FOR TAX DEED Crews. Bertha Miner RUle Strong, Susie Brown Mrs. Florence B.Eastman. Mrs. Julia Hicks Ellis Nettles, W. .. Sponholts, MrsKatherlnWarren. LouiseNettles
(least. BUI Ne 163) Carnell, L Myers, Abe Strong, Alice Barnes James Futch Charles A. Harrison. G. L Roberta II..t..unk. J. M. Williams Deweii D
NOTICE] 13 HERKBT GIVEN. That Carter Marr. Ella Smith R. C.Camllbel. Blocker Vera Fr.nkln. Sam E. Harrison. Annie Mae Norman Lonsle 1* Sternber. N. Wllllamti, palmerNa.vorthv
W. H. Smith, holder of Tax Certificates J. P. Miller. ', LonaoMarr. Starling, Albert Blocker, Geo. W. l. F. Hasklns. Leo A. C. Howell St.rnberl. Oussle. Wright, LulaWiggins.
Numbered respectively, 16 Issued Chas.Dlnklns Joe Starling lActic Hrowneill, M. D. Flume Herdla Hall, H. L. Norman. Frank V., Jr. G. Rli-hard C
September 7, 1936, 36 Issued Annie. Moore, James II. Starling, Lonnle I Rulard. M. I. Futch. Vertle S. Harris, WmIn Nettles, Horace Strickland, John H. Williams,
4 September 7, 1916 and 40 issued Dlnklns E. P. Moore Thomas J.Murrhee. Starling, Mrs. Fannie .. Flynn George B. man, Vonda E. Newsom Edna Sparkman Robert U.Slstrunk Whteh..ad.F1..b.\\
September t, 1986. has filed same in PeSos, Charles; Leonard M. Shuford C. R Buckles Arden Flynn Florence C. Inman George' HlbbsIn Newman Mertl Cyrus H. < .
my office and haa made application Dlnklns. K, W. Morgan W. H. Shuford. J. S. Byrd O, H. .Praise. Annie A. man, Carolyn B. Newman.. Lots Strlngfellow Wm. O. wmirnirnii. Agatha
t, for tax deed to be Issued thereon. Durban, Ed W. Moore, Louie B. BrowaShiiforil. G. P. Brown. T.t. Faulkner Ben Inman, John S. Newsom O. T. Btrln.felo. Mable M. Wiggins, Leo
I Said certificates respectively em Darley. T. T Moore Fir,. Ada Shuford J. R. (Cooper L Oracle Fofyth. Damle B. Inman Frank 8. Norman Mettle fllcox. P. Wiggins l. r.'
t braces the followng described properties Parley Mrs. Haiti Moseley, R W. Starling WillieIennitLrk Crosby ". M. Fender. F.Faulkner. Ingleright, Claude V. Norman Russell 8"lnd..l. Hannah White, J.holll
I In the County of Bradford, LeRoy Morgan R. Starllnx, Mrs.. Nettle Colley. John Mary Ingleright. Alice North E. E. James P.Sllcox WIlam. ale
I State of Florida to-wlt: Durham. O. W. Moore, Mary Shuford* Joe E. Conner L. L. Faulkner, Carlle Johns, Corley North. Margaret E Delia W. .
( Said Certificate No. 35, embraces Davis. Perry Morgan Ctl. Smith Clifton Cone George Flynn Elliott James John., Jeff J. Norman E. E. Sllcox Selena. "Wllmot. Am K
j ,, East 6 Acres of South one- Dlnklns. Dolly Mathes. Starling, J. L. Crosby \V. T. Futch M"r..11 Charles Johanson. P. August Noegel. Dorothy Ma Sapp. W. R \Valdron. R. S.
, fourth of Southwest Quarter of Dlnklns, Luclle Morgan Joe Smith, Lonnle C. Cooper_ N. Flynn, L. Jenkins. Sarah F. Newman_William Shuler. T. W. "lk.r"on..M.-Ih.
I Northeast Quarter Section 5 Davidson J. (.. Flays E Sapp. HesterStewart v rose)'. !K. Keagle. William E. Johns, a. R. Norman, Herbert S. Smith, Frank 8. \ ;
. Township 7 South, Range 21 Davis, Isham Moore W. Maggie Crawford L. Fountain. Myrtle J.nkln.LPery B. Norman LeRoy O. Shuler, Mrs. Isola WhltfleloT, Margi'irlMWhlifleld
East, containing 6 Acres, more Davis, Wash Floods, J. H. Smith. ... J. Cooper Chas. R. Freeman. Bessie ..., Nichols, John H. $app. Felix H.Strickland Bryan.1
o. '
or less. lxon. J. C. Monk, T L. Smith 1. R. Crawford bonnie L. Faulkner Nelson Judd. A. Norman 1'1'.1.' Belle EdnaStrickland Williams, ( .
,. Said Certificate No. 86, embraces Davis, Jessie. Moseley. Lonnl Hnpp Gerow Crawford Zary Franklin John F. Jones. L. O. Norman l''. NessleSIlpox. 'VIRon. Jot w
Southeast Quarter of Southwest I>avl.. Cfirence. M Morgan. M M. Strl..kland. Jack Canova, Eunice C. Faulkner China Jones, Cora B. Norman. C. Mrs. Darner \'IMon. DPS
Quarter A Northwest Quarter Denmark. Mrs. Moore. F. C. Strickland Alfonso Crews. Mary A. Feagle, M. EFeagle Johns, Carl Norman. Sadie Strickland. Myra Lee E
of Southeast Quarter Section 9 Dunn ... M. Mathew., J. D. Starling. D. ff. Canova. Florence B. Mrs. Floy Johns. Mamie Norman. W. M. Strickland Clayton O. Whlgham. l.d e'
Ii Township 7 South Range 21 Dixon Florence Moseley, C. C.Mathls. Small H. K. Clark Elisabeth .xon. Bessl I. Johns, Mrs. Julia Nettles, Leah tt..rn.. F. C. Wilson. *
l East containing 80 Acres Edwards Wm. H J. S. Strickland. Luther Colley, LYdia Faxon William 1>. Jenkins, A. O. Norman Fern M. SI"ox. Mrs. Leaala' Webb William !l.
or less. more Edward. Mamie Lou Manning, R. II. Sllrox, Eddie Crews, Mauds D. Frith. Joseph H. Johns, Thelma I. Noegel. William Herbert. Williams, Albe
,4 Said Certificate No. 40, embraces Eunice, .. S, Mathews, Clara Ma Sellers. Katie ??.rKlK"'THUUUB-? Feagle. Marcus. E. Jones, Jackson. J. Norman Russell Sauls, Mrs. Pearl Williams. Kill.
Erwln. Emma Fender Jones Ferol' I. Noegel Dorothy T b
g South Half of Northwest Mlltler T. W. Smith. Jesse J. LIla Scott Wilbur A. \VllamR.
K of Northeast Lfuarter Edwards. W. H., Jr. Manning Lucinda Sweat, Emma Lee r..nov. Paul *, jrClark Fender. J. Jones, Emma Norman Ethel D Sponholts, M. J
Quarter 1
North Hslf of & Kdwards, Eula I M.Kil Murrhee, : Starling. Alfred I* Clark C. B. Freeman A. J. Johnson.. Pearl Norman Frieda Starling J P. Ward W. J
1. of Southwest Quarter wards, Wm. H., Jr. M.nnlno. Clyde R F. Fischer Rev. W A: Johnson Bernice B. Noegel Maxine Sapp. Ola Mae Ward. Polly C
w Northeast Quarter Sec Kil wards, E. A. 1lner. .. Starlng., Crosby, Lester A. Fischer. Martha Johns, R. M Norman. Mr*. Louis. Seymour John M. Tarb0r0'. ''
? : 21 East 16 Township 7 South Range Edwards, Blanch C. ', Maudy Starllns John A. Crews Jackson C. Franklin W. B. Johnson Ernest. 3 Norman Jessie Strohfeldt F!. G. Young. Theodorf v-BYarbrough -
i L containing 40 Acres, Edward., T. C. Manning, Florl Smith, Mrs. ... J. Conner James I* Fender Mrs. A. J. Johnson Roy Noegel Alesca Starling, Bernice Ida
more all or less, and Containing In Flitch H. J McRlght E.McCartney. Sutton Daisy I. Cooper, Robert R. Gardiner George A. Jenkins, Elva Frances Norman Isaac N Sharpe, Emmett T. Yarbrough E: JYarbrouirh
126 Acres, more or less. Futch. E. M. Chas.. Starling. Andrew Ca.ford. Thomas C. Griffin Thomas J. Jenkins, Charles. M. Nettles, Coreen Strickland Viola iacu
The assessment of the said prop Futch U H. McClellan. Leslie Sellers Columbu < Chester I* Green Arch H. Jordan. George' W. Norrls, Georgella Sllcox. Young. }f. H oYenowlne
iZ4 erty under said certificate No. 36 Futch Beatrice. Norman Carrie Jeff Conway B. K Green, N. D. Jenkins.. Charles A. Norrls, WilliamNorman Shaw Everet.. UtanW JYarbrough "
was In the name of Jim Prldgeoni Futch T. 8. Norman. W. Ervin .I..re., Clifton Conway K. F. Green Eddie Johns D.ry. Delia Sauls, Arthur F. Yarbrough, Aaion -
' the assessment of the said property Futch Gertrude Norman James 8* Joseph Cowart J. J. Green Charley W. Johns. .. A. Nettles, Orady.Osburn. Shaw, Lester Albert
r under said certificate No. 36 was In Futch VI. R.Ferguson. Norman Wm. N. TI.del. Pauline Canova .. A. Green Everett E. Johnson A. R Myra B. W. B. Shaw, LettleSwllley Young. Jo. '
. the name of Walter Robinson; and V. R. Norman Jerry M. Thnmpkln.. Ola Cowart, Mlle Green Lnrenao "Jackson V. Overstreet Thomas W. leo W. Young. MM i'I i"1'
4. the assessment of the said property Frla-o Joe Norman, ... N. Tlsdale Mollle Crosby. Green WIle E. Jenkins Winnie Alice Overstreet. William J. Sapp J.
under said certificate No. 40 was In Fin ley,.H. B.Futch Norman W. F. Taylor Onle Conner W. C. Green Judd Ruuel B.Jordan. C
the name at Walter Robertson. H. B. Norman Ray Taylor Carrie Crosby Floyd Green. Jefferson Precinct No. 3.-.Starke (South)

Unless said certificates shall be Stitch, Robert G.Futch Norman W. H. Thornton R. Clark Llsale L. Green. Fannie Jordan Mattie J. Andrews. Joseph W. Jr. Andrews. W Henry Ayer', Olaayi- 'I
redeemed according to law the Mrs. Joyce Norman C. W. Thomas, Mrs. Carlton, I. B. Green Rosa. M. Johnson, W. I.. Albrl.llt. Soloman Allen, Cliff Ayer L. B.
properties described therein will be Frlgo Madeline Newaom Thornton .., 011. Conner. VT. R. Graham, Hester J. Jordan William Clyde .. Alvarez, ErrolAlexander Alvares, 0.0 I
sold to the highest bidder at the Frlgo, Ouy Newsom Perr Thornton Oortle Cone Winnie Griffin Lila Johns. L. D. Andrews, Ira W. .7. B. Andrew.. {ue
Court-House door on the first Mon .Futch Lacy It. Norman Ancel Thompson Marvin ady. Flora B. Griffin Mamie E. Jenkins Carl Allen, Nellie O. Allen H. C. Andrewe We"I.
day In the Month of November 1938. Fryer D. M. Norman Tom Taylor Leonard D. Canova. Gladys Green Mae Klckllter, James F. Andrew, Margaret L Andrews Leila Dee Agin. Wm.
which Is the 7th.. day of November Futch Nora E. Norman, Thedo Terry. Thomas ... Carpenter. David P. Green Nelson T. Knight Carl A. Andrew, Amanda Alvares Corlnne Andereon AlieAnderson '
A. D. 1938.Dated Futch. Gertrude Norman LJIlle E. Thompson.. Sheldon R.Thed Coleman Mack Green Mallle Kersey, General L. Myrtle R. Alexander W. B. Andr.w. .
thll the 6th. day of OctoOFF1CIAL Urlffls, John B. Norman D. L. *. Ola Conway Lacy Green, Onle E. Ksrsey. Oswood D. Andrews, Fannie O. Andrews. Ronle ... Andrewi. RudOI'.".
ber A I). 192$ Hrtffls. R. B. Norman M. Th. .. M. R. Clark, T.. o. Green, Pearll Keller, Isaa J. And.r8a. A. W. Aadrewa. Jewel H. Arnold. Mr. '
( SEAL) Orlffls, C. 1* Norman, LOI Taller M.... A. C. Carpenter. Myrtle J. Gu.t..r. ... N. Knight Clara Mae .. .. Nell. Allen Ros. Brown. Jasper
A. J. THOMAS Grlffls. John W. Norman Jlmmle Thompson A. A* Canova. Mary R. Green Ruby K.I.y. Inea Archambault. Anders, Elizabeth Brown. tern
Clerk of Circuit Court of Grlffls, Richard C. Norman Bertlce Thompson. I. B. Conner Grover C Orlffls, 8. A. Kely. Frasler Anders, Carl Albnl." Allen, Ira Bryan WE..
,, Bradford County Florida. Orlffls. Joe S. Newsom Jim Thompson Margaret L. Conner, Rula. Orlffls, Aneda Maria X. J,I I Allen, Mrs. Jlrami Alvares. Thelma Brown. Estonn

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I Todd Varnes, Myra I ''
" w Oarrett F. M. Lennnn. Hazel A. A William L. Vlnlng. Charlie. Lou ( ,
; Rd Goodman, Jesse O Langford, Louise.Larantaux Simmons, Joseph LStruth. Thomas, R. I.. Varnes., MaryWoodard. t
I D Goodman, RosaOeorge Thelma E. R. Thomas, H. M. D. D 1
+ tI."le J %V. Lewis. 13 Searing, Chas OStarling. Todd Lenty Wynn. J L I r rf
A441. Garrett, Ernest I"n"rum. T Frank Joe 3.Struth. Thomas, Violet Wiggins'' One A Jjut'Ct{ LJ.
,,,, Ro..a Orlffls, Marlon Landrum, Carleen. K. M Thomas. Peggy H. Wilson Eunice
C Qrirtls, Rosa !l.i wls.., Thelma I. Shuman Pearl O. Tlson W. B. Wilson Ira }
C Oalney Callle Tjennon Ezra: !"Stokes Emma. Thornton. Clarence Wiley Mrs. Lottie
Garrett, Herman Livings, Op InLivings. Slmonton. Lester Trump Forest E. Wynn H. C. '
.. Mar,. Oarrett Matilda Olln L. Stewart Robert H. Thomas, C. C. Wiley. Jack I.'
: Vol II" 11. Uregg, Harold Lee, Herman Smith Kirby Thomas, Dartha. Warren, Newn
re Rub Orlffie, W. H. Manning, John r*. !Sparks! ., S. E. Testone. A. C. Weaver Mra. Josephine
( "p. Oarrett Iennl. Mitchell Vance Spark, Lula Thompson J. D. Ward hlle. F.
mover KlbertOrlffle Mann.ll. N. W Sewell W. B.Slmonton Thornquest Jennie Wynn Ossle. BAPTIST METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL CHRISTIAN y

Mllfordlelger MDr"an'Vida'V.. AlmaSewell. Thornquest, Ernest. Wilson SerlnthloWiley. Rev. L. A. Shepherd, Rev. Frank Robinson Supplied I Rev. Fred Yerkes, Jr Supt. Church SchoolLemmle
Aria. ( Herman Mitchell, Ltiolln B. Ethel O.Stansbury Tudor, Samuel M:. Farley Pastor Pastor Rev, Dr. Y.nd RectorSunday Garrett
owndolyn Orlffl, Minnie Mlddleton, WE' Mary Turner, PearlTomllnson Wise Chester L, A. S. Thomas, Supt. E. K. Ferryman. Rev Dr. Adam. School Supt. Sunday MorningSunday
.' Orlffls, Mattle Middleton, Nolln D. Struth Louella Henry Whlghapi. Eula School Oen. Superintendent Organist Miss Ella J. Pose Sunday School
'''' Truby Orlffla, Arnold Middleton Made Stllley Fred B. Thomas, Clyde Nell Warren. A. 1(. Sunday School of Church School Mrs. R. .1. Davis Organist 10 O'clock
: ,. ff. Ollsnon Albert Marr Olll Stokes, Robt. O. Torruella John West W. P. 10 A. M. Church School a Mrs James. CarlyleService Worship Service)
;:, Mrs. Mary Oeorge. Allle. Mae Moore. Nathan J. Smith J. C. Thomas, Ploy WaterLHugh Morning Service 10 A. M. Church School ", up. 11 O'clock r
M. Erneatln.oarrett Willie Mlddleton.. o.rald'. Button Margery Thornton Mrs. Elll Walden: Bill It A. M. Morning Worship Roy Mathews Sunday School Sunday Evening
rt A- Orlffl. Katie Murphy. Emma Thomas, Jas, S. Underhill John L. Warren, 'Alb.rt M. Baptist Training Service, It A. M. Church School 10 A. M.Morning :. Service, 7:90 P. W.
John w, Oray, H.... Carolyn Manning Mrs.. DeliaManning. Thornton Mrs.. C. A. 1'glow JohnUglow Wilson Mrs. Jessie Union. '::45 P. M. Evening Worship 10 A. M. Prayer Meeting Wed
...11 A. M.
willard Oray, Leon W' C". Tomllnson Shep Louisa B. Williamson Ethel Rae Evening Service Service 7:30: P. M. Morning Worship nesday evening 7J:
Oreen. Mrs, Luclle Monre, Mm' W. H. Tomllnson Roy 1'nderhlll Mrs Sarah Wise Mrs B. L. 7:90: P. M. Young People's M A. M. II'rldaya7:30: P. M.
'; Clifford mil, Thomas Mlddleton, Hazel. ; Thornton Ellis trglow. Carrie Whitman. Dave Lee Prayer Meeting League Meetings Holy Days..10 A. M.
] Orlffl. Richard D. Morgan Mrs Emma Thomas Mallory Underhill Albert W. Wood. Florence Wednesday. Tao: P.M. 6:30: P. M.Prayer '
'.. Ma Clrlffls.. Louise Mitchell, LnclleManaell. Thomas, Mrs. Hester Varnes, A. V. Young Jenetta Pianist MeetingWednesday. MIN. ALLIANCE
: n''"' Prescott Mis. Retta Tomllnson Marie Varnes, M Young Herman If Mrs. Mona Canova
: 7:10 P.M. President
) Re s A. nrlffls Ada Mansell. Miss Susie Thomas DeBorrah Vlnlng, L. D. Young, Cora L. Choir Director : MISSION HAIX GOSPEL> TAB. The Rev.. Frank
Charlotte J.Oandy Ruby Manning.. Pearl Thlgpen John L.f- Versailles. A. A. John I{. Powell Mrs F. H. Long.Organist Robinson
Oelger. Ethel Chairman. and Choir Sponsors: Sponsored by
Mataat. F.
: ." Ounter Horace. Morgan L. V. Precinct No. Graham Board of Deacons Director Mr. and Mr*. Mr. and Mrs.J. Vice President

Oalney, Harvey Mataat. Annlce Abernathy F. T. Mines, Beatrice Starling E. J. J. F. Klckllter Mrs. E. K. Perryman J. T. Quigley T. Qulgley The Rev. Leslie.
I i Arrle Oatlln. D. L. Mann. Qeo W. Abernathy M. CardAbernathy Hall Claud B. Starling, Mrs Kate Chairman Assistant. Organist Evangelistic. Service ShepherdSecretaryTreasurer
I .. Oeasner. Alpharlta KInrMartln. Annie May H. D. Haien, Mrs. Martha Strickland Mary E.Strickland. Board of Trustees T. T. Long, Assistant Bible Study each each Friday evening
( llecnnle.Aored C, Martin Jame. Ab.rn..lhy.Orv"lIa. Jones, Carl Willie E. L. O. Powell Choir Director Tuesday evening 7:30: 7:30 o'clock The Rev Fred Yerkes
Florence Mannlnll' Broughton, Egbert V. ------ --------
re. Margaret Johns, Arch Strickland. Clyde W.
Orlffl., Lucile Mace Jack Broughton Mrs. A. W. Johnson Fred starling, P. O.
W. Gunter, Sollaallamhlu Mace Hazel. M. Broughton, Aril Johns, Norman Surrency Maud YOUNG PEOPLE TO HAVE CHARGEOF the thoughts concerning "Com
Robt. H.Ooodge Mann., Mary Broughton Mrs. ThelmaJohnnon.''' Geneva Smith Fannie munity conditions and need. This
OeneOrlfria Miller Marshall Burnsed Mrs Dollie Jones. Mrs. Ida Starling Mrs H. L. NIGHT SERVICE AT METHODIST
'" Beatrice. Mann Sabena Call J. E. Murrhee, DeweyMurrhee Starling Mrs Alice same schedule will be observed
Green W. E. Mannlnr. Volley F. Call Mrs J. E. Mrs M. R. Thomas, Frank E. -- next week when at 3 o'clock Mon -

': IIH ... [Harris inward,Wesley Moody Moody,, J Weldna. Dyal Dyal W.Ervin A. Morgan Morgan, !Mrs.S. F.S. F.McKlnney. Turner Thomas Willie Wm. "Childhood and Youth Week" a greater attendance at the Church day the third session of the class)

H. Hemingway, L. O. Morgan H. O. Dryden. Elisabeth J. A. J. Jr. Thomas. Ernie was opened at the First Methodist School and other meetings. The will be held and on Wednesday
1It1. Hemingway. Sara Manlre./ r:. n.Manlre Dyal. Mrs I. W. McEver W. T.
Thomas Lewis I. afternoon the will
.. Mae Hall Mm. Thelma Freda Davis. N. J. Mc Ever, Mrs. W. T. Wasdln T. W. Church on last Sunday morning at Prayer Meeting service this week study b con-
;; : M. Hodges MlndyHolllngsworth Murhee. SadieMcFashlon. Davis. Mrs. N. J. McKinney Mrs. J.A.J. JrWasdln. H. D. both the Church School and the was conducted by Mra. E. K Per- cluded.

C. Ja.. F. Caesar Davis.. J. C. McKinney 10;. H. Wasdln.. R. 8. Morning Worship hours The Worship ryman. Superintendent of the It is expected that when thChurch
.. Holder. DaveHlcteman. McRae, Mike J. Davis, A. C. McKinney Nellie Willis., Susie O.
R. Jr. W. T. McKlnney Volley Dyal. B.Dyal. Roberts, ('. B. Ward. Annie E. service was developed by the Children's Division at which time School convenes next Sun-

J.'f': .. Hall Henrv Theron Jr.McRae Lhlle Nathaniel Rivers OMleRasterllng. Wasdln. H. M. pastor the Rev. Frank Robinson she emphasized the necessity of day morning that a marked Increase -
I lll. Oeo. W. McKinney Ch...... M. : Mrs.. Bunle Roberts !Mrs. Equllla W..rd..1.. L.
King Herring, John T. McKinney Melvin Fogg Millie J Rivers. Oeo. W. Willis, Albert around the general subject of "A a better understanding of God in will b noted as a result of

.. Herndon Oladya McKinney Carl Frazier Clarence J. Roberts. Roy Willis Mrs Leila C. Growing Understanding of God" all walk. of life The Mission "Chidhoo and Youth" week.
.. W Hutchlngs T. H. McRae Itollv Frazier Ruth Roberts Annie Wynn Leon service
with the subject "God and Study Class under the morning worship
specific competent
; A. Howard Bessie McKinney Mae Graves, J. A. Surrency. J. H. Wasdln. Ellen J.
:,. W. Hayes. E. ,V. Jr. McKinney Mrs. C. M. Griffin, Mrs.. Hattie Strickland. E. Wasdln Bessie. Ourselves." The evening worship leadership of Mrs. L. C. Ray held will be conducted by the pastor

E. Hutchlngs. Annie L. McRae Russell 8. irlfftn, F. M. Starling Harvey Wilson Mrs Serlntha service carrying out this theme two sessions this week one on who will have as his subject "TheUnknown
1 ma K. Hickok. Clennl He Rae, Kula. Mae Orov..... Mrs Maude Smith L. ('. "
U Herring. Vlra McMillan Merrill O. Haien J. F. Starling,... E. J. was on the subject "Seeking God." Monday afternoon at which time God.

I '' Hardenbrook Jessie !McKinney Iva The activities of this week will be Col. Knight made a most enllght- The Sunday evening Meditation
Louise Haynes. Othma L. McKelvy Frank Precinct No. Hampton
service will be observed from 7 to
O.o. W. Holllngsworth. F. C. McKelvy J. A. especially among the Church nlng talk comparing Starke thirty -

J- DHemingway, Frank O. McIntyre Frances Adklns Adklns, I.Pency E. Hall Hull Lillian Ellia. I. Rahme I la h me,, (Mrs). W.Clifford Jr. School workers when an every- years ago and today; and one 7:15: o'clock by organ selectons.
Front. C.Hamrlck Sarah F. T. J.
<< Mrs,*. Bettl. Hemingway., Annie M. !McRae Mclntyre. Donald F. Adklns, Clarice Hart line, EllaHall Rhoden WillieAdkine member canvass will be made by session on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Ferryman at con

I8 C. Holllngaworth Ida J. McWaln R. W. ,. J. 0. Jessie M. Unwell Henry the Teachers in an effort to enlist in which Mre. Robinson directed sole. Evening worship wi be conducted -
Alderman T. J. Hall Sullle M. Howell Viola
McLan : Minnie hv _
Haynes, Hope McRae. the the
L. pastor .Ith ct
Alexander, Hadxell E. Hicks, W. B. Rene, Florence -
E, W. Laurie :
%V. Hayes, McKinney
Rrannen J. .
J. F. Flicks Woodrow Rnhme, AliaRhoden slstance of members of
: ,- Hayes Ruby A. !Kinney, Klorfe Bug*. W. L. Home J. W. Levi Stokes Lola. Turner William T. Thomas, Mrs.. J. J. tbuS'
Frank n. Holtsnndorf. Jessie McKinney Roy Banks, J. H. Flicks, Doris Rhoden Carl, Thomas, James J. Telstone, A. C Wiggins, M FWlKKlns People's Division. A
I C. Hoover Don I.1 McKinney li..rUe Brannen Mae Flicks, Clarence Rahme, ClvdeItlgdon Turner Roan J. Thomas, Mrs. W. J. Mana L. gram of this service follows:
Charles Holtiendorf Jo th..1IcKlnney., Mrs A. E. Brown Thos.. Franklin Hall Freeman Cnatsy. Thomas, Mrs. Mary Thomas. O 8. Watson. J. B.Orlmes .
Holtiendorf. B. C. A. E. Prelude Mrs. E. K. Ferry
I McKinney
Brown R. I.. Hall, Sallie' Will Hitch, denrge Turner Mary. PI.: Thomas, Mrs I. 13.
( M. Hoover Cyrus F. :McGuire, drover Q. Bugg." Mary Harper Annlre Rhoden Lillian. Turner Phyla. Thomas, Mm. O. 8. man.
Delia C. O. B.
s. Hoover Newsom Bedenhaugh. J. W. Harper, C. K, Ititbme MerleHlade.
Hall. Ben F. Nichols, Samuel Precinct No. 8-Drooker Statement of purse of service*
I Brown Za'k Hicks, Olin V. Oliverflaylum
f, J. ". Haberthner A. NewMom, J. 13.Holllnarsworth K. B. Prank Robln on.
Mrs. F. C.Newnom. Nun ice Floyd Hall, C. W. Saxon J. H. Andrews, Roy Cistern. Mrs. A. M II.
A. Jessie Brown C. J. Home, PearleHlnson Swindle D. W. Andrews Ethel Orlmes, Amos o Kerry, Russell> Piano solo-Miss Virginia Sew-
Holmes, J. H. Norton. Brown Bessie Bert Saxon Oeo. W. Andrews lone Oatltn I H U T B.
J. Hicks, O W. Noegrel. W. H.NewHoni Brannen R. A. Hall. Riles Ruth Smith John Atkinson, C. L. Oreen: Annie :: '''Itl.rj. W. ell.
M. Hicks, Clarence P. C. Brown W. N. Hlnson MargaretJones Hlade, WilliamXulllvan Anderson Johns E. N.Andreu. Haien. n. W.Hodge Ira W. Jr. Scripture Reading-Miss Elise
C. C. I
W. Harrlx Lonnle Norton MinnieNewsom. Brown Mrs. W. N. J. V. Josephine ('. K, W. R.Hamen F'ulk. [ Green.
Hall John Norman Boyd J. J. Johns, B. Smith Rebecca. Andreu. ""0. C. K. M. Plnholster, Rosa.
Hal Elsie l Margaret Byerley, Mildred Johns Mrs Minnie Smith Ethel Andreu. Edna Harrell. W. H. "lnh.I..I..r.. Annie Offering-Leonard Smith and
Holder LulaHemingway North. Mrs. W. N.Noegel Flrown, Llnnle .Jackson W. R. Saxon B. V.Hweeney Alen. R. O. Haien n F. Parrlsh (s. M. Comer Ferryman.
FrancesHarper E. P. Brown L. I). Johnson Mrs J. F. M. C. '' Elsie) Hodge M. Parrlsh.. N. 8.
Marion Clarence Nicholson Charlie W. Berienhaiigh I... L. Johnson I). W. Saxon. H. V. a Allen, Mrs. R. ('1. Hai,n, AmerlcuM Parker L. To Ottertor Prayer Miss Ruth
Anna Haynes, Georgia K. Nettles. Ernest A. Boyd Mrs Cary. Johns, I'.. A. Hwlndell. Mrs fcthel! Atkinson Minnie Hodge John Parker O. H.
Anita, Henry A. H. Noeiret, Joe Blrt. Marvin Jones. W. H. Saxon, Ellen Brown L. A. Hasan Minnie Parker. Llnnle Sipson.
H. Harrell L. C. North W. N. Rarwlch.. W. H. Johns, Stella. Saxon. Annie L. Barry, O. W. Hodge Winnie Ilnhol.ler.II..Ltibedla Special Song-Members of the
Hall. E. A. Nicely Lawrence Bedenhaugh Ruth Johnson, RebeccaBedenbaugh. Saxon Ida T. Brown Mrs. M. I. Hodge, Minnie Senior-Young People's Department
.... May Havnes, Sara. Hope Newmans. AlbertNewmans. Mrs. BffleJohns. Merrill Smith John T. Brown. H. (,. Haxen. Mrs M. E.Hasen. F'olk. Mrs. I. D. Talks
.. Hall. J. R. Mrs AlbertNoegel ,.. : "A Young Parsons con
Brown Laura Belle Johnson KssleBohn. Smith Frank Baxter, J. P. O. Padgett, I. C.Parrlsh .
.. Houner Mrs. J. F. Mr... Jewell Louise Johns Marlon B. Smith Roosevelt Baxter W O. Hasen, M. F. lay ception of God"-Miss Gayle Sew-
Havnes Mrs. Mar.I. Noegel. William H. Clark Ada Johnson John C. Hlade, Vernon Brown, W. I. Hodge, D. R. I'adgett C. F. ell. "How May Young People Cometo
N. Hlckok. Clarence Olson Titus Cbasen James.. Ira Johns) Adelle Hweeney, E. May Barry L. W. Harrell M. O. F'adgett L C.
"., Berry Henry. Leila Olson Mr. Bertie (Chapman. Ruby Johns Beatrice. Saxon. CleoHummers. Barry Hattie. L. Howard. H. H. Polk Martha Really Know Cod"!-'A. Z. Ad
Harris, fettle Owen. Vlrgel Chapman. Deney Jones) Ethel J. P. Baxter O. W. H L. Padgett A Z.F'olk kins Jr. "How Church Members
I' L.. L. Harris, John Owen Nora Cornelllson. T. B. Johnson R. M. Summers Minnie I* Brown: Reata r ::Mrs. C. A, Clifton
Robert Earl Harding. Thomas B. Pace Chas F. (Chastaln T. C. Johnson Mrs. FlorenceSlad. Lester Baxter J. P. Dennis Parrlsh. Herbert May Help Young People Know
Mrs. Ethel K. Hall. Susan Powell. Charlie J.l Chastaln.. Mrs.. Jessie Kalchreuter. L. Ft. Smith Roy Barry.L. W. M. Polk, Edd God."-Miss Virginia Fugate.
J. E. Hall Elsie M. Prevatt J. W.Parrlsh {Cornelllson Evelyn Kalch.II.... A. E. Hlnde Gertrude IHo,". Leila Ma }lawn. R. K Prescot. V. O. Others
R. Kornsby. Floyd E. Oscar Conelllson. Spencer ReIch Carrie E. Blade, Blnda Blocs. Frank lodge H. Y. Doehl. assisting the service
W. Hall. J. W. Parrlsh.. E. J. Dyal.) U. D. Lester IraLamoreaux Smith Jo lvl.Ol"k. Brown LacyFlarfleld. Hayes N. O.. Jr. Pre.cot. Clyde J. will be:
... Margery H.Hoover, Cyrus T. Perryman K. K. .. Mrs. Mary Emma> Stone, Mrs. Clara II. L.Barfleld Harrel. Luther E. It. Ushers-The Misses
Johns, Archibald H. Ferryman. Lois P. Dennison C. M. Lamnreaux, J. U. Stone Ethel Mrs O. L.Colson. P. O. Ph.lpa. VenaPlnholster. Virgni
; Onle I Johns, Marlon L.Jackson Powell Laura I. J ttennlsnn Avery C, lII.nlre. Mattie Hlade I.ula o. H. Harrel. J. 0" J. W. Anderson Marjorie Davi.
D. Marshall Perkins Ummle Dyal. Mm. Thoma.IIead.., W. A. Taylor Mrs. F. M. Crosby P. A. (" Russ Lot tin Wlmberly. and "Buddy" Davis and !
'ruby, M. Johnson Joe Prevatt. Leota C. Dval. R. F. Mead Mrs. Mamla Thomas, A. O. Crews. Wally Hasnn. V. V. Itaney. J. H.
Mary J.l.rby. Johns Ah Peterson F. O. C. J. Harrell, V. L. Joe Adrews.
aver, Dial Ruth F. May Claud UManlre Turner A. IF.VanAlstlne Crew. n..er. V. A.
Ida UEi Johns, Allen M. Pender W. D. Dyal.: Mary E: C. R.Manlre !Mrs. Edith Arizona Harrell. Lucll. .. 8. W. Patsy Keen president of
'.mor.Ht, It. F. Johns JuliaJohnson Perkins Eunice Durllng. C, A. Stella VanAlstlne Culver l'ulannL 111" Hodges, !F.. W. Russ, Vance. the Intermediate
''lal! B. O.vmarnt James Prevatt Arch [Durham D. O. Mitchell. Frank Watterson. Martin L. Cnlson. Alva Hasen Mrs. Frankie Russ, J. R Department will
|' Verna J. Johns, L. L. Parrlsh Lewis [)Durham Pearl. May Evelyn F. Watterson.. John W. (Crosby Clarissa. Hasen. Alph A. Runs, Wilson announce the service. This service
'nee Pearl1'iion Johnson Wm. N. Phillips, Chas.. M. Dennlson Bstell M" J. M.Vial Jones, H. H. Phillips, K.: F. Dennison. Cora Lea Mntchett. M. M.Mlnton. Weest Belle (Crosby II. B. l.rr.l. M. !>. Rimes Mrs. Minnie
Charles Johns ..g W.Johnson Phillips: Rosa Ford R. D. Aaron Wynn Lacy J. demons, Alvin Mrs. B F.Haien Rogers, I\fr. Vern 'Childhood and Youth Week."
Turn, Ethel W. Parrlsh W. B. Ford Dossey Mlnton. KateMatchett Wynn F* A. Cone Clyde Mrs. 10;. J. Rogers, Mrs M. E. The mid-week prayer meeting
Iivli' Kxtelle Johns, Ella. Phillips, Minnie Forsyth Joe S Jf. Wynn l.oula E. demons, E. 1. Haien, Mrs. R. K.Harrell. Robinson, Willie ;
avis' iJ.. Johns W. J. Pearce P. J Forsyth; Maggie Matched Ruth Wynn Jamie' CI..mon.r. B, II. Uuy Robinson. N. J. service will be conducted Wednesday -
Q''>'al. Earnest Jacobs, Sarah Pearce. Bertha. Green, H. C. Mnynard. Mrs M. L. Wauenon.1m.. Mary L. Ch.mon.In.. A. Haien, A. O.Haien Russ, Earnest evening at 7:30: : o'clock with d
"'riggers. C. A. Johns, Fronnla Prevatt. Claude Olllls, Thomas. Morgan) E, E. Wiggins H. B, (Crosby Mrs. H. B. I. H. RUNS, J, L.Roberts th Board of Stewards
\\'oyle' J. H. Jr., Jones, Fred U. PnrrlHh. Sallle Griffin Hester Meads, Mrs. Francis Wiggins IdaWadHWorth Cro..by.lfr... Llllle Haaen Purvis rieralilRodgers conducting:
l'orlo' Mildred U. Johns, Mrs. Agnes. Priest Nona Orlffin. W. H. Meads, Mrs. Fannie Cf P. Crosby Mrs. Thelma Hodge, W. UHodge Willie the service
Bl'irby.' Cha.. A. Jones, E. D. Priest F.mra C. Ouy Rev. James. T. Morrow M. W. Williams, M. M.Wndsworth Crosby, I.. R. TribY( Roberts, OsrarRodgerii
Darin, J. McD. Jacobs Renard Priest Hubert E. Oorman. Charley Morrow Mrs. I.. W. Frances Colson R. A, Hicks Mary OFFICERS
'"".'d"n, A. A. Jacobs, Rosalind Pearce Annie Maenuden.Oue"le 11..1".1'In.. F. C. McOregor J. W. Williams Charles Crews, Edna. Hasen. Nora M. Rnltlnsnn, Clvd CHURCH
Johnson D. H3. Peterson Mrs Almena lay O. J) Nlmmo. Ada Williams, tlampnritrlD Cassels., Alvin Hayes Ruby Robinson, Ada
I'Arty,, John M. Johns Charlie R.' Pitts, Rosa MJnfi'n's P.: R.: Perry T. J. Williams, George Crosby Colonel A. Hasen. T. (. Hurrency A. B, ARE INSTALLED
Ji'-.dd'''. Robert Thelma Brlnson Pitts, James H. Goodman Grover C. Perry, Luclndy Wiggins., J. H. demons, J. C. larr..l. Mildred Shaw I'. N.
e \\'a"/'h..rIY.' / J. N. Johns, H. E. Peek. MyrnnD. Uoodman, Mrs. Ruby Prevatt. J. B. Wadaworth U. P., Jr. (demons Maggie Robert Hhaw Mrs. C. N.
|n.nnlo. J. H. JohnsRuby B. ParrlMh It p. Ouy Mrs. James T. Parker Robt. F... "Wattersim Mr'K. B. Cassels., Nancy Hicks, Sanford "ow.II. L. W. Upwards of a score of Church
|l'"','a' Mildred Johns, Jeff J. Pender, EmilY (Olover I. E. Priest Idella J. Wynn Mrs N. Carlton R. }t. Harrell, Kva Stokes, N. rl.Hurrency officers and teachers In the Bible
IHampler.' R. C. JacksonW.. Morris Parrlsh Ruby Mover Pearl Parker. Fettle Wynn Mary Lee Coney B.Compeau.. 1.1'1'.1. Hula M J. School
|"'nmnrk. n. N. Jonson Mrs. A. W. Priest ThelmaPriest. nay Emily Perry Preston Ward Mrs Hattie A.n..lfer Ella: Ruby !Shaw! H T. consecrated to their
11.1. Her tie B. Jonsnn. Ruth W. Pauline F. C. Pearce, Ola.. tl. Wynn 'J. C. Cnmpeau, Alfred Hodges, Mrs W. R. Stokes, F. C. tasks in the morning services at
i>'alInra' E Johnson V. F. Perkin Ola Mae Hall "'. H. Perry Hazel Watterson Nannlt r>VHl. D D. Howard J. A. Htolies. lorries 10:. the Baptist Church In Starke last
'''"al Mvraal Johns, Laura Patrav, JnmesF'almer Hall. H. E. Perry Grady F,. Watterson K. M. Dyal Truman. D. Howard O. J. Stewart H. II. 1 ,
Willis. Jackson MargaretJackson Hen' W. Hall A. C. ['I'.vatt.IIr". Clifford Wynn Carl C. Dyal, Salll Hardy, Charles Ilrr.D.'Y. A. E. I Sunday. The Pastor Leslie A.
I1'' pier Rhoda H. C. Peek 8. L. Jr. Hull Delihle Pearce Eva Wynn Carrie Dyal. Mrs. T. F>. HO<|K., Ivev Mrs.Kurrenev Innnle I Shepherd read a short address requesting -
|n&\,lf L. 8.Ha Johns., MeltsxaJnckson. Prevatt Mary Hull R. N. Pone, MallpyPeters Yarn Tlden Douglas. J. K. Howard, Mack J W. '
Pen ""' E Eula. Prevatt. EugenePowell Hall Lynn Carrie. Wynn Dukes W. M.Dntlglns. Harrell, Airs J. C.Hodge Hhaw. W. HStephens the entire body of official -
1"01" Alma Johns, W. 8. .- Mildred K. Hall, Angus Rahme, (s. W. J. A. T>. M. T. M.Hurrencv church workers recently
l 1\lllard. Melvin M.I" Johns, lIavanna Prevatt Marie Lucas ('. C. Harris. 'r.m Lnrenu elected to
I HtlHH. Cecil Lacy Jackson Onle.Tnhnurttl Prevatt N. N. Precinct No. 6-Theressa Dyal, Vlda Harris, OertrndeHasRti dhow Fred to designate Itself

sorts) try ____ p -. Deborah Prevatt Edna __ .. Dukes, R. K. Mrs. V. V. Hiirroncy. Lnnlmllukes > the Church council. He em
eryAen; 'a-kl'I"; ; Jones; ;,; EdnaJohnson Patten. (I. L. Alderman h M. Hall. ClydeHlnxon.u, t'hltps, D. J. Oracle Howard. BeulahHarris HI.warl.T. H. the fact that
:P 11,' ''I. Mr. Edna E. Lloyd Priest Mrs. Myrtle Alderman, Nellie Henry Phillips. Hazel Dukes, Sallie l>. I. Hurrency"., Mrs. A. B. phaslzet participa-
"n"; Mrs. Fin ley .Johns. Dorothy I. Prescott Herbert Alderman Oeo. M. Hall Mrs. Madison Prevail, Louise Douglas, A. W. Hedge, Rachel Moody Hiipp, Hurry K. ton the work of the council i
'Berry>; Flnley Price Jones, Cella. I'arrlxh., Mrs. U. P. Andrews., William Hall tlulvln' Prevail, Paul B. rival, Theo Undue Mrs W. U Hurrency hire Alma. adds no additional duties to theunselfish
[Arvden, Archie Loon JohnMon.Iarvln Presrott( Mrs. Hula. Andrews, Etta Hamilton Louis. B. Prevatt John Dnuglns, IvaDmiglns. Ingram CarrlaIvey. Hiirrenoy WelmuHupp '
Edward Balsus S. Johnson. Evl Quigley, Minnie E.E4'erann Brown Wilmot Mersey MslannrFlardee Phillips. Mildred Lee U. K: Nora labor of those who perform
Lnrena. E. Johns, LoisJohns UulKley J. V, flatten W C. HenryConMantlne Hiilllvan A. Dyal, Lloyd Johnson I. O 11.wllrt. H. T. the many tusks In Church ac.
MwarilN, Josephine H. M. Robinson VV J.Rhoden Mrs. Rosa Hunter Roy D. Hulllvun C.Hwlndell. Davis, lam Johnson Ernie: VlrirlnlrtCurrency !
\V. .... Jr. Johns, S. R. Jr. Fred Collins Walter C. Hlnsnn. Woodrow 8. ItCollins Dukes, K. C. Kelly ('. H. Woodrow tivity. On the contrary, he explained
I"/e'rln.' W. D Judd M R. Hitch S. E. Minnie Hlnxon Kntellil. Sullivan A. L.Hpeerl. Dyal. t."oDyal. Kelly \r. C. S. .".k. Bertha the counci plan Is Intended
F Comer D" Johns, R. C. Robinson J. P. "Cothran II. ('. Hall. Louise JamesHwlndell. ThelmaDouglas. Kelly, Shaw, Amanda, to the
E11'ard.. It. Jones Ethel Rye, J. H. I' Cothran. Verda Jones W. A. Willis lola Kelly C. A. StartingCary. D. performance
Edward. Gladys Johnson Mrs. W. N. Hitch I' A.Rltch. Dodd Sydney H.F Jones, Mamie Hu III vim, Mabel I Kdwards: Tommle KI.ln. M J.. Tyler W. of duties already assumed by the '
J :[oil. illadysJills Jones Ruby !Mrs. Jennie 1 >odd, Lillian M. tones Mettle Hulllvan, Mrs.. Elva Edwards. C. T. Lewis., R. I'. Thomas R. B.Th'.mns workers.
;Margaret Kite Lester Redgrave !Minnie Dickinson, Mrs. J. P. Johns, Thornton Sullivan. Mrs. Floy Krtwards. J V. Lewis, U R Alfred I'
jTnandei, Eva L. Kite. Perry Jr. ttedgrave A. W. Dodd. Robert J. Johns, L. U. Hlhley W. H. Edwards., T. B. Lewis, J. W. Todd J. I- Concluding the installation ceremony -
"rnnndea, Isabel King, N. T. Rafuse Lela Dodd, Mamie L.Former. KeUay, A. H. Hwlndell Hnshla Edwards, Mrs T. B. Lewis., K.: J. Thomas, Xfrs. Alice an impressive charge to the '
Paler. Olivia'. 8. Kite. Buck C. Rivers., Emma L.Redgrave H. E. Krlnay oille Swindell Florence Jo "ward... J. V., Jr. Lewis, Mrs K I... Thula.ary (?,
*: "Ylh. Vanco W. Kendrick Thos. N. John H. Forsytjj. J. H. Lewis. Charles Sullivan Percy K.Hlhley. Kd wards, A. A, I..wla. Amanda Thomas. Nannie C. Council was read and the ceremony a
Fi"lev Ous W. Kendrick Martha Rosser F. W. Forsyth. Lou l.oper, W. I'. Mrs. Mattie J'.wl..r. W. R. Lewis, Miss Beulah Tomllnson. O. F. was further solemnized by
P'.ldz' J H. Kite BenKlckllter Rennolds, Ervlna trifler J. S. Jr. Lewis, Annie L. Hlbley Elbert I. H. I..wla. Lulu Mav Tlllman. John Il. use the t
Jlnlds' ., Maude S. Miriam Register.. O. C. (lirlner Carra R. May H. D. Trlest H W.: bowler, C F. Lewis, L. O. Tyler, Noah o prayer in Hebrews i') }
Finley l l Laura Kite, Louis Redgrave, Lula llersey R. M. Moore t>. W. Trlest T. B. Fowler W If. Lang. K. C Tomllnson, Boy 132021.:
dus Kite Alice Rennolda, I.* A.Register Hall. W. H. Mitchell MorganMoore Trlest. Floyd James Fowler F. 8. Lucas, Mrs. Wilma Tvler C. T. At the morning service next
punlaln., Henrv Kalir, A. L. Jr. AthenaPRer Hagan. Ida \ Florence Veal James Fowler. L. A. 1..1., John M. Mrs J. B.
: Mamie C. Kin law, D. C. Hitch Iris Lee Hlnson Willie Mae May May Wallace, TomYoungblood. Frlpp L. R. w .., Malcolm.iimnkln Tilman., Sunday, October 27 Mr. Shepherd, ;,
""main. Leslie Kite, Mrs. Lilly Ithoden Carrie Harden, Husle Moore, Howard. Mary M. Fowler: O. W. I C. K..ewls Tyler, Mrs C.Tavtnr will speak on "The achievement of i
p Knight Daniel E. Rlgdon. Irene Hall. J. F. Neal Oeo. P. Youngblood L. L.Zelgler bowler, Harvey A. W. 1. B. "
untaln.. Frank Knight Nannle L. Reddish Myrtle R. Hersey Clyde Neal Cleveland J. J. Fowler, Ernest. I.on. Mra B. C. Tyler, Nosh Repntance. while for the sub

pS: /dV"gsicv'sr". Kinlaw. DorothyKlnlaw Rogers 1. M.Rogers Precinct No. 7-New River Forsyth. HeeberFeagle. L. R. Tyler, Texle, Jec evening service, at
VMellRoblnette C. Molt, R M.
J. H. Todd Louis
h.RM 7.30: he has chosen "The) Test of
Knight, Paul. E. N. V. Howard. Leila Merrltt Virginia F. Forsyth Reeber Mott. May Todd, John Jr.
f M. Keller, U D. Rivers, fackson. M. Andrews O. W. Johns, C. A. Jr. Moody J fowler Chari.ark.."., Thomas Todd Martha L Hospitality." This message lathe
rlp"R..II.Jack Klnrr.lfary E. Hitch C. !Marks Andrews Laura John, M. 1... Moody Ferlna Flppal KlbertOalney Mott J. R Todd. HorrlsTodd. fourth in a series of "Community -
& P. J. Rltch Jessie Johns. H. L. Moody W. E. H. P. Mott. J. M OarnettaVarnadne
Mr. M- E'JV'n.V.H Kerce. Andrews, C. E. "
Nannie SubJects the Pastor
< Roberts Oalney L. R. Melvin n. C. report-
Kite Least Andrews, R. R. Johnson 0 8. Moody Joe Florence
?' Kite, Virginia Raybln, Morris It.Register Andrew, Mrs Winnie Johns. A. P. Merrltt Ida J. preen Minnie Myers, L. B.Mott. Waters. T. W. Ing that the proceeding three have I'
L. FloydCrlfflh Mrs. H. I Moody Alton Oalney, Mrs. Nanlelalney O Ward. W. C.
S? R. A.Sidney. Kemp Andrews, Ouy John. been heard by growing and
Uowe BlllleSullivan Jane Mints Mrs. L A. appre
Mary .
Kemp. EvelynKlckllter Andrews, Mrs. R. R. Johns, S. M. Moody Rachel Ward bfamleGreen
Or"e"' Mary E.F. Dorothy Clarence Andrews. Mrs. C. E. John., W. J. Moody. Leona Dave. Mott L. A. Waters, H. J dative congregation A friendly .,
; B. I. Strickland Charlie Johns, W. N. Moody Ida Grimes, Mrs. N. O. Mann, T. M Warren If F. welcome
', Zena. Z. Kerce, Butler C C. ) is extended by the church
r.'lttl'. C. Klnchen. Bycle O. Hulllvan. J. E. I Butler J. L. John.IIlnnle Moody Werdna Grimes., A. A. Mott Mrs J. M. Ward. C. M.
{Chests A. Kite. OeorglaKllllngsworth. Mtllley. LettleHhepherd. 1 Browning, Letter Johns, J L !Moody Fronle Jalney. K. M Mann, L. V. Weeks. R. A. to the general public.
Ol..nn. Alice nr..n. A. Leslie, Jr. Malphurs W. D.
Kate LeroyBrown John., Miriam Moody Marlon Wiggins Lawrence
Cal' C. Klnchen Eugene L. Smith W. H. Brown, Phoebe Johns, Rebecca Merrltt. Nan Green, It. E. Lee Mott. Howard Ward. J. M. Wet end of the Panama CanalIs 1
S'fi'v8 ? Klnchen Leonard 8. Simmons J. L Sarah Johns, Mr*. M. X* Moody Chester fr..n.r. T* A.IIott.. Jeanette. Ward Mrs. J M
K. Kessler.. T. O.Klnchen. Smith' I.. F. Bryan Butler n. P. Kelly. B. J. Moody AlbertMUell Green Jr... Flora Molt N. C. Ward. Mr .. T.been six miles EAST of Miami Fla-
'* J L. Stern W. A. Bryan Mrs. O. P. KelUy. James O. O.Moody / .. R. 110r.an. If P. Waters. Mrs.. II J. --
Leonard Flea Stern Theresa Crews, Stafford L.. Kelley, MyrlerKelley H. W.Cr.w. frln..r. It. H. Clarence I Ward. R. J. gotng railroad freight-
SBVk Smith' Georgia Little Mary L. Mann A. I
? NettleMcCullough. Wiggins Leona
,.. R. L. ., O. E. LlneyKelley Moody cars ride the between PortEverglades
C. o. J. W. ferry
F. M.
Sullivan. Grover Martin
If.. Afr. Le'e.. (0;. E. Carter a I.. Kelley J. 14. J. M.McCullough Weeks, Larkln D.
C'ndge Della Leonard James Sullivan. Elisabeth Carter Mrs. 8. L.Crews Mrs'D.. W. Nora Oalney Mrs. R. M. Marrow Mrs J. M. Ward W. J. Ft. Lauderdale and
A. I. ,
Evafltanabury Orlmes, llufusOalney. Aloft O. C.
Gunder Sullivan E. L. MoNeal. J. H. Ward Jerr yWilliams.
Eva B. Fornle Kelley Cuba
W. J.Rosa. Lard says the State Chamber of
E. Hattie
O. K. A. Melvin .
Orlffi', levels James A. Wlm. Crews, S. C. Kelley Lori L. F'arrlsh. E. J.Parrlph Mrs Zenas
Gill. ...r... Libby, fltrnth H. Durance J. F. Kelley H. c. Mattle J. fr.en. R. H. Jr. Mott. Mary I. Wilson, Lloyd Commerce
Fay RubyL Htruth. Katherln H. J. Oreen. Luclle R. Barbara A. White W. H.
Dukes. B E. L. Knight I' T. Baulerson A. "or.an. .
0.1.: O""ar Lilly. Struth. Katherln S. Ida Raulerson D. E. Green "laMcOauley Whllden. Leon N. Jr.
Knight, .
LUsle T. FAHowling
I. A. lee W. P. Dukes, : ,, (I. B.McNsal. The Cuban car ferry from Port
Smith :
r.u"#, .10. Lee, T. T.I.e Mrs. Rhoda Kllllngsworth, J K. Happ M. J.Kllllngsworth f..ln. i Whllden. Alls Meek ,
Cyntha S.Lynn Sweat Rlley Farrelly. C. C. Mrs J K.Happ. than A.o'utr.lI. Oalney. J. B. H. Wilson, Harry Everglades recently carried one
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P. Lucretla Gordon J. 'B. MrNerney Ono.McOaulev .
Ward James B,
Kllllngsworth Miss A, Hterrlcks. Ida
S. M
J. W.
Ollz.nn Ralph Snyder W. P., Jr. [ J. W. Kelly, Gertrude Bterrlcks. Annattoutherland (Oordon Mrs. J. B Mrs. a, E. of the largest single shipment
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Brllfj'j" Leo Marion' Lee Lynn, (,l. W. Hharpton Felton, Bertha Green Ooodg Mrs. Sarah Laxenby, Jessie. Lee R.Moutherland. Green O. B. Osteen H. T. of American-made automobiles; _

Leon Lee, Huldah Smith Smith Mr. LulaCarman Gibson Henry Lasenby. W. B. W. E. I HEREBY CERTIFY that the foregoing Is a full and complete. list ever to leave the United States ,
Sr''flJ' : Luther Lamb. Clifford Smith. J. E.Orlt"n. Gibson, Mlney Moody Obey B. Happ Mr. Marlon. of qualified electors for the several voting precinct of Bradford County., about worth of modern,
Charles Lavender James L.lavender Earl (Irlmes NancyOrlmes. Merrltt. R. F. Hnowden. Maryflnowden as shown by the Registration Books now on (lie In my office. $60.0 .
Strickland. '
Lilly Edna C. J. Moody Nat O. J. a.Howard. autos according to the State .
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1. Lut.n. William C Starling. Jo. E.Sweat. W. L. Moody. Fannie Htokes. H. B.8app N. D. WAIWFUOHT, Supervisor Registration I -. ',.

IJII 1 Florence B:. I..nd.r. Jams F. Smith.. Junlu PerryGreen M. Howard. W. C. Merrltt F. tt. Mabel Bradford County Florid Chamber of Commerce.i '. "

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, mums resting between tall pink Alliance to Meet New -
Bradford f ---ADDITioNAL-SOCIETY' !In crystal candelabra. The IJuirk here;
County Telegraph tapera The Minister' A lance of The Reglstct, "'
wedding slipper was the Inspiration Motor" .
It.first Paying
Starke announces Public a 1939 ?! ta '
Established 1877 for cards and was repeated -
PAGE 8; '''' __ ,_ ,._ -__ ____ 'T, __ Mrs. Rigdon EntertainsFor Two Hostesses Honor I In place the dessert course. Vivid meeting of the season for Monday b ot the new moucl !L,0'fll!?! i
used night, Oct. 34, at 7:30 In the Methodist It received I bj ,,.
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class GranddaughterMrs. Miss Canova at Party Shower : pink coral vine and fern were In the I Church This meeting will Buick U Ilet tensnew .

%t Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida C. F. Rlgdon entertaineda Mrs. T. tt !fMcClane, Jr., and, background.to charming advantage I be conducted by Ministers.active lined and !Is !tally"pleasantly'* ,t

number of young people Satur. Mrs T. Frank Landrum were Joint In Starke, and will Include on its beauty thing
-- -- I During the evening Mlsa Canova ._ .,
E. L. Matthews\ ____........._______..____Editor and Owner day afternoon !in her home in hostesses at the home: of the former and Mr. Patten presented their program 'several clergymen active -- -
Starke In honor of her grand- Saturday afternoon at a in the vicinity of Starke. The
t"'J ,
y V -----' attendants with gifts of evening 4.75j
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& daughter,Anna Lou Hillhouse, who 'and kitchen shower Alliance announces: that this Public \ seas!,
g ,, bridge party ,
RATE bill foldera respectively
ia seven years old. 'ia honor of Miss Mary Ca- Program meeting wilt be a reg- ; 15
')Il li Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance A color scheme of blue and gold nova. '*" J and steak from, set their in hosts their they selected receiveda pat5tern ular monthly feature of its activ- 6a..a7a X105 X160 S8e

I "ScV Advertising Rates on Application was tastefully used in the flowers A red and white color scheme ; -of silver ity, and while it is planned for
i the and In detail In fellowship and ,Inspiration 'amongthe
decorating ,living dining was carried out, every
rf rooms and on the dining table, decorattng'-for this-lovely' occas Mrs. Canova was stunningly preachers, the public ia cordially
MUCH OF OUR NEWS CROWDED OUT where the guests\ were served, a ion. Red roses and Queen Anne's gowned in black marquisette invited to attend. Special

By Because of the unusual length of the list of qualified center-piece of roses and burning lace were used In abundance in trimmed in white lace and accented music and timely discussions of .
tapers: was placed. After the living and dining rooms with lace eton jacket. Factorial work, are mentioned as
I voters and the list of names stricken being published in theNEED'
:HOME Ing games and contests Interest-I Miss Canova received many useful Mlea ,,Canova was radiant In a reasons why the Public will find
Telegraph this week, several of our regular features were menta were served at 5 o'clock to, gifts for her kitchen, and also formal gown at fushla velvet with the meetings l Interesting.

FOR Its'' crowded out. I the following; guests: Franky' received a book containing favorite ,, which was worn an eton jacket to
;'L :Morgan. Oliver Aspinwall Sharon recipes of the guests. ]I match in quilted design.
The omitted departments are: School News, Farm News,
Agree; fall, Madge Brownlee, Janet An- P.ed and white tallies decorated |I Covers were laid for the follow- Excess Acid' c.uaes 4
;tba. honfiattng '' State News, Bob Jones, "In The Hustings," our continued ,,, derson, Marlon and Vivian McRae, with different kinds: of kitchen |I ing: Alias Canova, George L. Pat- FREE you pains of Stomach '

iwlf r feature "Economic Conditions in the South," and the regular I Clyde and Betty Denmark, Carolyn utensils kept the scores for the ten, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova, e U Icora, IndiffMtion. <
I Edwards Marlon Harrington, and was awarded Mr and Mrs. Julian Canova, Mr. Ir
? editorials. We regret that they were crowded out and hope players High prize Bloating,Ca,foartburn! ,BelchingNauuM ,
ly home Beatrice Bennett. to Miss Mina Manassa! who received -I and Mrs L. A. Shepherd, Mr and
fcbaracttf for all of them again next week. I Mrs. get a />.. amp!. of UDGA
to have room a red and white apron. Mrs. T. Frank Landrum, Mrs. E.
far too t.'3 and a free int.r* tln( booklet at
"- Free TransportationTo Richard Kldd: won a pair of plc- E. Canova, mother of the bride-
sidered i. turN* in a game of bingo. elect, Mr. and Mra. E. L. Mat- CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE
of lmpo 4|icy District Meet The hostesses served a delicious thews, Mr. and Mra. Levy Canova,

tapuU LONGS The North District meeting of salad course to those invited to be Ben Fuqua of Orlando Miss. Ly-

or erapone EVERY WOMAN the Woodman Circle will be held with Miss Canova, who were: nette Patten, Jacksonville; Miss

,along my in Ocala next Thursday October Mrs. H. C. Brown. Mrs. J. R. Louise Bryant, ,Ocala; .Malcolm
ed man i FROM 27 and all Woodmen from the 'I Boring,, Mrs. Richard Kldd, Mrs.L. McCollum, Buihnell; Mr. and Mra. WHERE' ARE'YOU

a saw FOR FREEDOM Starke Grove are urged to attend. A. Cnn va. Mrs. W. H. Hart, William P. Simmons Jr., Talla- GOING?.
Free transportation will be provided Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr.. Miss hasHee.
several ; WASHDAYS! by special chartered bus Martha Powell, Miss Lucille Mitchell '

\ tie ARD. OR( which will leave the West End Miss Evelyn Stump. Miss Mina Greater Miami la exceeded only LIFETIME GUARANTEE"

of Grocery Store at 10:30: o'clock A. Manassa, Miss Abbie Harley, Mrs. by New York City !in the number r

1 evtabllal aIn M., proceed directly to Hall's H. M. Rlcharde of the State Farm, of passengers entering from foreign Slippery driving ahead! .
\ rrecipethehs Store and thence to the A&P and Mrs. Fred Guy of Jackson- lands. so put your car on thesafm)!
s. I How one woman discovered the Store in front of which it will re- ville. list with husky Goody
convent I' main until 11 o'clock when it +-- Speedways. They have |tae
{ NEW RINSO and whiter brightercornsp I price high quality ,
wl got -Itb|
house leaves for Ocala. Tho
<,p attendingare Miscellaneous Shower TO BUY A powerful non-skid cent,
washes without scrubbing or bolting: warned not to be late. mNg traction !grip. Hacked by-
This Week THE OF
For Bride of SUPPLY
bust a
er The Circle will convene for the Goodyear "Lifetime Guaran.'
Asa is dramatically shown in regular meeting In the WoodmenHall Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere. Mrs L. LIFEBUOY! I GOT tee." :IGOODYEAR

't next Tuesday night at 7:30: O. Powell, Mrs. George B. Flynn
tionid .. "STAR! IN MY NITCHfN"bwtnatE o'clock. and Mrs, R. G. Kldd entertainedwith THE IDEA AT THE MOTION

ysj? :\ I a miscellaneous shower last sawn AaDYe1 PICTURE COOKING SCHOOL G J

I ; FlEE jF,*fl-ft.9ff''fl' Movfa otice of PracticeThe Saturday afternoon complimenting World'i flrat-cboli: tlr. tot DIU.
I ells wit'C lEf' DONTMfSSIT/ Miss Mary Canpvu/ whose marri- ate,lufoty. nlua. Built lot lojjj.. ,
--- --. Ladles' Chorus will have age to Oeorga; L. Patten, of Talla- driving newli.
rpf their first meeting of the season Be sure see the
4k ( hassee, was an, event of this week you
next Tuesday afternoon, ,October affair took placeat !
their :This outstanding movie
l r 25 at the Woman's Club in the'auditorium I, the Woman's Club building, FREE GOODYEAR Itdilu.
S s4 at 3 30 o'clock. All mem- AIR COt4DIT10 N Dt .. .
ent which WAS decorated with baskets! U% more trend AI LOll At
Jon _YI 1 r r ,alu ,1Vr bers are urged to be present and I of large dahlias, roses, tlthonia "STAR IN MY KITCHEN1.WHElUI rubber for loader safer s L40
1 ? 4'YThe on time and practice will end m.lttufte,at a price that
n de wt and other seasonal flowers. does Lifebuoy \1
r at 4.30 o'clock. I how I ap.llia value'
+ 'A .t promptly : I Receiving at the auditoriumdoor Into this movie? Wedlike
four hostesses. Miss
ream were to tell you-but it's a big surprise -
r Market Painted Canqva, the honor guest, and Mrs. 'j' "Star in Mj Kittbn"l full of ALL!

The State Farmers' Market hereis I E. E. Canova. mother of the bride- qEVERY surprises,and we don't want to spoil M
elect. Miss Canova wore an afternoon
UOn { being used for experimental pur- your
"Irlaich t ubelsg poses In developing a color scheme! dress of flowered brocaded So all we can tell you here is that -tan I
o*r 1j'. 1 1l for all such units in the state-wide satin, of a dainty peach shade, and Lifebuoy contains an txtlunvt purifying p-- RI
Ibrelt'gYt-{ l t rY rYtlau system. It has been painted white her only ornament was a string of ingredient.Daily Lifebuoy -prlJFOIwi

with green supporting posts, and pearls. baths stop "B. O." as no ordinarysoap
Two beautifully appointed punch Over 20* milder than --
can. -
beams. --
yellow -
tables were presided over by Miss many leading "beauty" soapa, and
t v r r iu Lillian Sternberg, MIss Martha at Ihte odm.. Crapnol fcetM hi Mb.st Lifebuoy is simply grand for the
ttcrc 1 t Powell and Miss Ruth Sternberg.The I ei downtowa ladnaavOJ. Ivory complexion. See the free movie. GOODfEARBATTERIES
i1 room wl* tab ad hover,, MM warp
u ,tlr' gifts were arranged on tables radio. ETOTT *.* wtta l
bumnprbq *
1 1hvrr !
t1 'wakl tl Vliflo p ;olews Tit, in the ,sun-parlor/\ and the a.. oad rooxllnt knap. Bwuln los MOOE MEN,
ofd ? ) w itttll guests were .Invited by little Idell wotat M every< Door.rorouB. MORE WOMEN. C.mpM. S.rvle. Os All Mel

/, ) #*1,: 6ritlg,dutsgoii tJgItJ Landrum and. eUY Ann Flynn to COCKTAIL LOVNGE and PUCZD COFFEE SHOP MORE BWME CHILDREN WITH I r.II 6, .:

and me 14'aoKIvcsccog see There the presents was a musical program Oifc.r I. t. POUND HMrATTIN IIFEBVXYT *NUNYOTUER I Register Motor Co. |

suitable to the' occasion and the HOTEL J HOTEL OIIOTO SOAP I t7
ca.a..a a..n
MOVIE{ fJd1ylr4 first vocal number\ was by Mrs. C.4H.wdl"p to.Bw-a Starke, Fla.You'II .

R.I. Davis, ',who sang "June in --- --

METER-MISER My Heart" (Edward Lockton), t

SILENT .;::;' fGo with piano accompaniment by Mra.Li. / tF r g !I
a A. Canova. Mra. Davis also be s'
aGrand happye :
sang "Because" (d'Hardelot). Miss : '
Evelyn Stump sang "Sunshine of

I Your Smile" (Graham Vaughn) '.
-+ Saves more on Current... and "At Dawning" (Cadman). as larks a

I Food... Ice...Upkeep I Mrs. L. G. Powell read the poem
"Someone to Care" by John Nes-

SAVE ALL 4 WAYSor Z J} bit, and presented the booklet con- 1. Hit mother whlprdi Y W i

taining the poem to Miss Canova, "She's wonderful Bob-but you could p s'
h' yo any not Sev..t fillS It sure' #0 as .memento of the occasion. leach her a thing or two about tea. Tell e, V "

P .IA The hostesses served a temptingIce her to get Liptcn'i." r
i t it starred! in the motion / //ofgoodh c course and the favor on each fl I

{ ill picture cooking school plate was a pink rose bud and fern 2. lob obledldl '
4 t I the new Frigidaire with new! tied with white ribbon. The hostesses "Goah, Mom, but Lipton'a Tea must coat \
Silent Meter-Miser the I I assisted in by fortune. And we're b
& i most beautiful usable andmoneysaving to see the cooking: school! were serving a going to poor as
; Mrs. L. A. church mice!"
Mbntelth. j
4' f Mrs. D. A
v refrigerator in ,"Star In My Kitchen. -
Canova, Mrs. Clifton Brown, Mrs.
+ ,+ kt Frigidaire history. Then! see "
t Find out why 9 out of 10
3. Mother laughed It off
t itatourshowroommdlearn Elmo R Struth Mrs. S. R. Johns,
4' E r i \ .' how Frigidaire saves amazingly screen stars use Lux Toilet Soap. Jr., Misses Essie Coleman, Arllne "V\.hy, son, even as choice a lea as Upton's
t,( -4'- more!on current,food Its ACTIVE lather removes Mann, Hope ,Haynes, Ruth Stern- costa less than any other beverage except .
\ !i, 'fP ice,and upkeep.....114 viaji dust and dirt, stale! cosmeticsthoroughlyprevents: berg and Lucille Kennedy.CanovaPatten water. And you really ought to serve the /
i a refrigerator can save I IT.ke "
the beat-when the best costa so little
4. 1 $ no chances with an
>< ordinary refrigerator that choked pores that cause unattractive Wedding MISS THELIPTON'S
+ save two Cosmetic Skin dullness pON'T
may peonies one. ,
0 Honored Dinner in
craven! three w. waste Party
,j dollars another Buy the safeway tiny blemishes, enlarged pores. TEA"THE L RAE Movie

p ) SMALL on Proof of 4-way Guard your complexion the Gainesville Country Club hen
s y
v Sk t7: ; savings! Come in. See Proof easy Hollywood way-with pure, The Golf and Country Club in in MY Kite
M j DOWN of Frigidaire savings before mild Lux Toilet Soap, Gainesville formed the setting WORLD'S MOST DELICIOUS" "Star
'' 1 your eyes, before you bllylPA"MEN I
Monday night a beautifully ap-
t See!, too, the
tv Meter-Miser, New "Doublet 9outof10 pointed dinner given by Mr and .
p' Easy" Quickube Trays, New Mrs. F. A, Canova, honoring the I'pr--
Screen Stars
r a
4'j use
EASY Motlmro.Snlllvdr.tonNI- members of the Canova-Patten
T: m Styled 9-Way Adjustable' Interior !- wedding party.
t l TERMS and all the oe work-and The service table waS cen- 1 sI
y c 4I y+y a 1'', only money-saving in Frigidaire\: feature t found Lux[ TOILET SOAP tered with'an exquisite arrange-

ment of baby pink chyrsanthe-
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? Vtn it lift!. ",rrn'-Y..tan hardly I 9. /6f R. I,
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; q l t Meet the simplest refrigerating median- i/II WHAT DO VDU AND YOUR HUSBAND WELLMR5. BROWN rVE CAN COSHTHATMANOf
ism mr built! Saves up to 23,*MORB on I ejE41" ; DIFFER OVER.MRS. BROWN? GUARANTEE A, HAPPY ENPIN070 / MINE GOES RTIt,

Uctrlcity than even the current-saving I If not, make it certain, YOUR CASE. JU5T GET YOUR AOty'TJEMIMAS

r 't Meter-Miser of 1937. Completely sealed. I Provide security for SELF SOME/ OP AUNTJCMIMA'S TENDERFWFFYf
t l' Automatically oiled and cooled.! Comes I your
+ /
self and See CAKE5JEVEtYfHtt
with 5-Year Protection Plan backed by family. our = edv

*!* General Motors. Only Frigidaire has itl! local agent or write "._ t% MY HOWE-MADE a ISHUNItYtCRyA /


)M1y ..l a' 1.:IUl...a. cubes instantly_save 20* more -- -- TO SAY/ }- T
1'' ', ice AB-metal for faster, cheaper freezing a 1
'1 No wasteful melting under faucet! y, lU TRY IT IN THEOrXNlMATHANKfi: I .v M

'I,. ,I' a 2. Trays" coma free at fiager-toucb 9 'j
t'c' : ;, 'I with excliuiv Frigidalr Automatic Tray ; MUCH JUDGE WHIT V'a'
,' Release. Every tray In every model, a : I / ,

'v K5r ; "Donble-Ea1y" Quicknbe Tray I Only _. ,.. Lv
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