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 30, 1942
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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(ding,in Center aBd for BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Sweetest Home StrawberriesBLANDIN of the.

This Side of Heaven

Official County Publication Established In 1877


Irs Eligible Light VoteIs The Amendments School Kids 'Go To Town' First Sale

Although not a single Democratic nominee has opposition in

ferment, PredictedFor the General Election to be held next Tuesday, Florida voters On Scrap Holiday Friday For PecansOn

should never-the-less turn out at the polls In full force as there

are some very Important proposed amendments to the State

I I Says ElectionAlthough Constitution coming up for approval or disapproval at this time. a. Slate TodayFirst ."

The voter who does not have advanced knowledge of them ,. t :

lion Just received from approximately 4,300 amendments will probably be at a loss when he confronts themIn

Ler, Co-Chairman Divi- Bradford County electors are the ballot box because, as Is customary In matters of this pecan sale of the season
DefenseFlorida qualified to vote In next Tuesday's kind the 1 b will be held today !
iculture, State legal-sounding phraseology in which they are presented (Friday) at

states thatn General Election, a light makes it difficult for the average person to tell what they are the State Farmers Market here,

who, ) are vitally need- vote Is predicted because it In an all about. Consequently, too many voters simply take some last under the supervision of the State

icultural purposes are "off year" (no presidential elec. minute advice from a friend Marketing Bureau. Sales will beheld
tion) and well-meaning or fall to vote on the
Selective not a single Democratic
1-red the
by nominee has ones they do not understand. here every Tuesday and Friday -
ards, ,opposition. according to an announce-
Chief Hoping to be of some help to the
interest in the election conscientious voter who
educe \Is for the farm ment by County Agent L. T,
centers around the nine finds himself at this late date still "all at sea"
f fill out Form 42AL proposed concerning the Dyer, who Is cooperating
constitutional amendments, a detailed amendments, the Telegraph presents the following brief
l It to the local Select analysisof The Marketing Bureau, with thecoopt'raUon
Board within tenth explanation of which appears each and our opinion as to whether It is good, bad or in of the Agricultural
receives elsewhere In this issue. Be- different:
employe Extension Servlco and Experiment
\. cause of the Importance of these First and foremost is the "Gas Tax Allocation Amendment", Station, has worked out plans for
measures, voters
are to
urged turn
1 have a petty officer's ; out and register their generally conceded to be the most Important of the entire nine. the marketing of the pecan crop
approval or .
[appeal application on diaapproval.' It has been heartily endorsed by the Bradford County Board of In Florida through the 'Farmers

[may be made within County Commissioners, is strongly advocated Market, and It Is believed that
qualified list of voters, appearing by Governor Hoi-
District Appeal land und pecan growers will receive the
a i the comment all
in this Issue! Is the long- generally over the state is entirely favor-
Board It top market price for their nuts
this turns able. This amendment
est In the of would make It
history Bradford no longer necessary for
at these sales.
filiation be made
County. counties to levy ad valorem taxes for the
purpose paying old Scenes
service headquarters. road and Buyers from some of the larger
bridge bond
debt. It
i Is of the opine would set aside two cents from
Ci/>lllns the state pecan companies are planning to
man Is essential to Maines Endorses1st gasoline tax for the next fifty years for this purpose As School buy, and some of them have already -
and the ,
Mural program In the problem of liquidating these debts would be turned over deposited funds In the bunk

i now engaged, he will to the Board of Administration. We add our stamp of approval here, to pay for the .nuts

ferment through the AmendmentState to the widespread endorsement, and readers are advised to go to ChildrellGatllered r'r, J -y The price of pecans looks good

the polls Tuesday and vote "yeo" on this one. Mr Dyer says, and he believes

|mer says that the far- Amendment No. 2 Is designed to speed up the process t>t }' s that the farmers will find thin

an, naval stores op- Senator Hal Y. Maines amending the State Constitution In time of emergency. It method of selling their nuts very

perators of other agrl- of Lake Butler elected from vides that the legislature, by a three-fourths vote, submit pro- 1In satisfactory This being the only

Jduslry owes it to the Bradford and Union Counties, was an emergency amendment at a special election to may be s Farmers Market In this part of
I of food under the all. guest speaker at the Rotary Club nlnty days notice. At the held on the State, it I Is expected that nuts
present time it 1 Is
effort as well as his Wednesday, explaining In a brief until the necessary to walt will be brought here from the
next General Election ScrallAt
jluty to file deferment and enlightening manner the nine approve or disapprove an F surrounding counties of Alacbuu

8 for all key men. proposed constitutional a men d- amendment. This amendment has been endorsed by the State 4k Union, Clay, Baker and Putnam.

ments that will be voted on next Bar Association and favorable comment has been heard from BIIS t "We have facilities to take care

[Men Tuesday.The those who believe the fast age we live In calls for "stream of them all," Mr. Dyer says

senator was outspoken In lining" the process of government. Some opposition has been ,. '. In order that the farmers may
[w Pictures his support o; the "Gas Tax heard from ultraconservatives who fear that some amendment : : .. get the highest possible price for

ne Spottingfloe Amendment" which he said would might be hastily approved, under stress of circumstances! and .U:41 I" r. 4 their nuts; the following points)

benefit Bradford County by an would later prove undesirable. There ,are arguments on both I should be observed:
[ picture which por- estimated $3,425,301 during the sides of thlo one, but danger undoubtedly lurkes In making it 1. Avoid thrashing trees over-

arer than mere words next 80 years. "The county will too easy and convenient to amend the constitution PerhapsIt Bradford County school children from Its biding place. Students severely when harvesting since
se. the extremely Im- have its road and bridge bond would be have done : outside of town Instructed next year's crop may be lessened
Just as well to vote "no" here. a vitally important Job living were -
brk debt of $1,017,450 (Incurred priorto treatment. :
of scanning the sky by rough 2 Harvest
that their elders too busses
too the
Number Three busy or to meet Friday
ling ear and eye to hear July, 1931) wiped out by the on the ballot has to do with creation of a only mature nuts and, dry them
uninterested-had fallen down on. morning, but Instead of getting on
Game &
Fresh Water
amendment, and the balance of Fish Commission. While
Airplanes as they pass, enthusiastically During a four-week t n tens I'Ve themselves, to,. load on all the properly before delivering for
ejected on a screen at $2,407.891 will be received In cash approved by sportemen! and other groups, it should be given drive, students collected a\ totalof scrap they could find. The heavy- sale. Buyers pay more for mature

use la Starke Monday for new and reconstructed roads thoughtful study by the voters"slnce it would give the commission' 164,459 pound. of metal and laden busses.1' 1'1 v e d at BUSthroughout well-dried nuts 2.,Varieties,,
I o'clock. within the county." he stated. unllmted to tax and large seedlings and lower quality
power spend. It would set up a prac- rubber scrap-an average of 08 the day and swelled
iwlHbe free of charge Providing...that two cents from tical "dictatorship" as the amendment does not provide for any pounds per pupil. The total will the-'threa huge piles that covered nuts should be kept separate' Best

classes of people: . some one end t>f tbVcampua.Mrs. ., quality varieties will sell for nearly

i are at'piesent serving the next CyeaN, for these purposjs be subject'to budget,control. As much as Fferlda needs Intelligent schools have not yet reported.B. FV F.*tjlex iii9reflt, ,chairman : double", *the:' Tf rlc. tot mixed nuts., ,-
it Is estimated that for nemov% sticktight"'nuts.trash"and
4. ;
e observea) ; (2)) those and constructive fish and game legislation It Is doubtful If H. S. led the way with 75.000/ of the drive, stated: "The students -
entire state this amendment
the leaves
and all unsalable nuts
lid like to serve; ((3)are ) wilt liquidate $171,995,054/ worth this Is. thi right way to go about it. Better vote "no". pounds; Brooker collected 41,500, did a fine piece of work before offering for sale. 8. Avoid
Interested in that Lawtey 13,376 Hampton 8,377, directed, of course, by the teach.
of interest-bearing road and Amendment No. 4 provides that circuit handling. Cracked nuts deteriorate
high rough
oik; and" ((4))' those who Judges shall be Vanderbilt 3.50O, Rising 1,200 era While the drive, as such, in
bridge bonds and provides more elected by the people in the General Election. At the rapidly and the presence
nieiested.Irmy present New River 1,000 and Graham 75. over, the work of collecting scrap
experts, from the than 400 million dollars additionalover time they are appointed by the Governor after an "advisory" Among colored schools Starke will continue Indefinitely. If the of many will lower the grade and
the 60-year period for per- nomination by the people In the primaries. Under Is small pi'Ice. 6. Sacks partly filled, and
(bier Command of the the present gathered 8,000 pounds! Ilrooker amount enough, please
pbseivatlon) Corps with fection of state and county high- system It Is entirely possible for the will of the people to be defeated 4.000. Lawtey 3.025, Hampton 2- throw It on the pile at school. If thrown over fence or other support

em in Jacksonville! will way systems without additionalcost as the Governor Is not required to abide by their choice 778, Fantson 1,000, New River It U heavy, notify the school and turned during day, and plac-:

Jit t to present the plc- to taxpayers.The In making his appointment. Appointments must also be 300, Water Oak 225, Thurston 200 a truck will be sent as soon aspossible. ed under cover at night, will dry
amendment makes It no con- nuts In a few days. 7, Store dry
their comments there- firmed by the Senate which and Brooklyn CO. .
could turn down the choice of the
for to off the concrete
longer necessary pecans ground on
answer any questions If !It The drive !In Starke was climaxed Mrs. Susie M, Moore, a BUS
people so desired. The
levy ad valorem taxes for the only objection heard to this amend- floor to avoid spoilage 8. Deliverfor
lit teacher secured
t be a donation of
work.asked In connecthe purpose of paying the old road ment Is that It automatically extends the term of all circuit by a general school holiday 1,000 pounds from Contractor R. sale In durable lOOtb sacks

fare an adult citizen of and bridge bond debts because it Judges until January 1949, even if they are nearing the end of last Friday when eager-faced H. Mathe. It was material leftover If possible.

A. Carlton, Chief Ob- turns the task of liquidating) these their appointment at the present time. We leave It to the children swarmed over town like from a recent business build

ated yesterday;" or If debts over to the already existing individual voter to decide whether he likes the principal Involved ants, rooting,every scrap of scrap !Inl(. ,
Tornadoes Take
i soldier's wife or"otheror Board of Administration ( the well enough to overlook this objectionable (to some) feature.

I if you are a boyar Governor, State Treasurer and The fifth proposed change would set up a commission for
Wires On Road Two Houses
State Comptroller) for payment
re of age or older with control of salt water fishing-primarily commercial. While it
from two cents of the present Alachua 340The
Intelligence you shouldnt gasoline tax. would mean the creation of "another bureau" this amendment Halt TrafficLast Being'Remodeled

| a t this important differs from No. 3 in that the salt water commission would not,
The measure does not changethe when fill- football game last Friday
You Sunday night a On October 26 Police Chief A.
| are needed as an allocation of have unlimited power and would be subject to legislative control.It between S. and the'
j and should and method of gas Ing station, at the Junction of the L. Alvarea was given a building night B. H.
ou can about come It. tax revenue, this remaining the Is primarily designed to aid the conservation of resources) and Brooker road and Road 13 burned, permit for* $500: for the purpose Alachua High School resulted In

P M Monday Nov. 2. same as it has been since the 1931 you'll be safe In voting "yes". what seemed to be high-voltage of remodeling the frame residenceIn a score of 34 to 0 In favor of

a U rthouse at Starke. legislature. After each county's, No. 6 on the ballot provides for the establishment of two 1 wires from the lines of lite Florida which he lives on Temple Starke Julian McRae 'and Cool-

?ted: Everybody! road bond debts are paid, that new senatorial districts, one comprising Broward county and Power and Light Co., fell across avenue. He plans to tear off one Idge Gal elt were the outstanding

county continues to get the benefits the other composed of Gulf and Calhoun counties. Don't pans I' the highway. The driver of the bedroom entirely and build two scorers, while Ralph Dudley turn-

fat Buy In cash for new and reconstructed this one up because you think it doesn't concern the rest of the first car, sensing the danger, new ones In Its place; also reroofthe ed in the best performance on
roads within the county. stopped. When V. B. Harrell arrived house and paint It. Smith the line "Every boy on the squad
state. Fact la that the State needs redistricting badly and when
In Starke on the scene to service the Johns will be in charge of the got to play in the game". Coach
the time to do this, here would be the
comes set-up if this Riser said
Legion Drive wires and remove the danger, It work.
Prank) Farrara and his amendment passes: Broward county and Gulf-Calhoun would be was said that a string of cars On the 22nd Mrs. J. H. Bitch A new man. Earl Perry, whose

'lUCent Farrara, recently For MembershipThe sitting pretty, each with > senatorial district created by constitutional two miles long was waiting to secured a permit: for $400 for people have moved to Starke from

from the Dover estate drive for renewal of mem- amendment. It would take another amendment to get by. making repairs and adding a Jennings where he played on the

i frame residence whichon berships in the local American correct this situation. Do not hesitate to vote "no" on this) one. "A good example to follow", kitchen to the small stucco house football team, has entered school

a half-block at the Legion Post Is on In earnest, beginning Amendment No. 7 directly concerns only Dade County but H. N. Fairbanks, local managerof Just back of the residence of S. here, and played center In the

Madison and Orange October 20 and closing the principal involved is of Interest to everyone. It providesfor the Light Co. said yesterday; R. Johns, Jr., near the Union bus game Friday night "Thomas

T. Clute, realtor who with Armistice Day November re-districting the county and for commissioners to be votedon "always be careful. But .there station., Ben Hall will do the Wad worth. who had never played .

ale stated that the Carlton stat had not been current through work.T. any football until this year
I}. Adjutant H. A. county-at-large. Under this change It would be possible for any
brought in excess of $5- S. ,Williams recently completed Is on the squad and la lookinggood"
ed yesterday that the post had the most populous district In the county to place a candidate in those wires for years, and I am .
lVraras will take pos- 59 paid-up members for 1942, but not sure that there ever had I a frame garage 40x20 feet, the Coach said
elect the entire board. Thismight
soon as the papera have that only 20 of them had so far each of the lesser districts find been." They,were strung for the on his home place on N. CherrySt. The game.tonight will be played
Dieted, not be the motive behind this one, but If you disapprove in Hastings
paid their 1943 dues. purpose of furnishing tight to the
|are among the first of such tactics, better vote "no",
"If 100 percent of the 1942 filling station, but Mr. Fairbanks
realize the-value of owns members pay their dues by .No. '8, providing for garnishment (up to 25 percent) of doubted that they had ever done Graham In Navy Jurors SelectedFor

1 In Starke,"' Mr. Cluteey Armistice Day", Mr. Carlton said, wages over $25: per week !Is not likely to pass. State Attorney so. 'Mr. Harrell la the man who

will make repairs on '"the Post will again be on the General Watson objects to this one because It Is "vague and had 60.000 volts of electricity Bill Graham, who has been Court Nov. 9

P Property insofar mm they "Honor Roll" and receive the confused in text" and would probably remain inoperative because pass through his body a few associated with his grandfatherin The following men have been
Priorities and materials of Most Distinguished months ago and lived to work the clothing business In Starke
"Special Certificate of lack of legislative action. Garnishment has been used selected as Jurors for Circuit
work last with electric wires for the put several year., has
did again
Service" as It the low-salaried who allows himself
in other states to oppress man Court which convenes in the
enlisted In the Navy Reserve and
year All members, to be "oversold" and Is forced to cover his debt In time of was sworn into service at the Bradford County Court house at

are urged to pay up before that stress. In view of unsettled economic conditions today, we Mrs. Tim Jordan Jacksonville recruiting office Mon. Starke Monday morning, November -

'acanciesPPal time! session Tuesday cannot recommend passage of this amendment.The Pneumonia Victim day morning. It I I. understoodthat 9, at 10 o'clock.

sr. for In regular voted to hold last one on the ballot No. 9, U the most generally he wll have a petty officer's Howard Mott, Hal Edwards,

to list vacant citizen** of night only one, the meeting Legion each month on condemned of the lot. It provides.) that "property of corporations manager Mrs. Tim of the Jordan Paramount wife of Grill the, rating and will pilot a small boat.. Willie Tomllnaon.Green., Willie N, A.C Green Mott. Millard Roy-

Iopaftnw.nta and how the Second .Tuesday. Instead of used to the extent of at least ,one-fourth thereof for religious .
died In the Alachua County Hospital Varnes, L. J. Wynn. Earl
"&It they occur WM la- two. as> formerly. The time will scientific, municipal, educational literary, fraternal or Gainesville, about 4 A. M. Bank Holiday TuesdayThe Green' L A. Dyal. Otis Barry.J. .

week by the CSO- be 7:30: P. M. Instead of 8 o'clock. charitable purposes" shall be exempt from taxation. The present Thursday. On October 17 she Florida Bank at Starke J. E, Br nnen, W. Henry Andrew

and tso.: !'WCA.CJrranlutloaa W B. Sewell 2nd vice-Comman law exempts only properties used 100 percent for those purpose. became 111 with a case of influenza will not be open for business Tues .- ,John **'A. Ellington Jr..
der; presided over the meeting. does include fraternal which later developed Into November 3 General Election
are rea- and not organizations. Tbe Inclusion of day. Hiram? L. Norman Harley M. Mc.

l. rvtee to newcomer* this group in the tax exempt list might possibly be reasonable, pneumonia. Complication set Day, a Legal Holiday In the Rae Berry Dyal, John Hall. Pate

lugthern to find aciu New River Hallowe'enThe but the provision that only one-fourth of the property needs to In resulting In her death. State of Florida. Gassett. Herbert Prescott Guy
In over-crowded Being a native of Brooklyn, N. Sale E. T Prevatt J. C. P
Party sapp
It annual Hallowe'en be used for the purpose specified is an open Invitation to tax
you "have T.. after her body was perparedfor Hall J. O,
a Grit Bill E. Sullivan L.
vacancy New River tonight Roy
at is educational
will be held dodging. There no reason why an corporation, for
lend Please telephone at 7:30: o' burial by De Witt Jones, it began, Russell! Judd. R. R. Andrews
) beginning which that is. rented for should
(Friday instance owns property ) a profit
\a soon as. the was shipped home for burial. Roy Griffls 2-year-old son of O. R. Alvarez D. R. Star.
chicken supper
.ii. Ud. notify fire clock. A served delicious for 25c a plate and not pay taxes Just as a private corporation would do. It I. the Mr. Jordan, who accompaniedthe Mr. and Mrs., Joseph M. Griffis, ling, Edward Burns, James Rosier

order to save laeonconcerned. will be singing and fun general opinion that there are already too many exemptions and body to Brooklyn, will be died Monday and was burled D, J'. Phillips. Freeman Register

to aU for stunts all will games be, the order of the privileged groups. For the best interest of yourcelf, a. a taxpayer way from Starke about two I I Tuesday at the Klngsley Lake Perry C. Newsom. Lawrence Wig

evening. The public Is invited.. you'd better vote "no" here. reeks. Cemetery. gins.


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Padgett VernleHarinxiiter ItoBler InexItoHler Thornton. O..rt.. Dell. Ioo..v..lt. OrlfflB.. LeonardUrlffl" PearlOrlfflH Kelly Kersey Frazier William It. F S7'4TR

Karle K. Carl Thompson Denmark. P. H.liuncan. Nellie Keene, Nelma FAt
Bradford County Telegraph Prevatt, Carriepreston. Uolh Alan Terry Thoma Uheldon J. If.Thede Wm. M. OoolBuy. Irving Keene Wm. A. ly 1. .
Melvlii KlKdon J. W. ThompMon. Denmark Emily OrlfflH. Martha Kirby Wm. M. "enl
Vlolu ItoBler I-ore n aItoBleis ()hu&Ph.d. Guy Fred Key Howard A.Kelly. BiRTfl1).t,. !
E.&abUabed 1877 Pr."cot. ., R. R.TliompHon DrlHkell. Dureh..1 .\RT
Ralph Car BRedgrave DavlB UrifflH, H..nryUoodn.an. James Robert Mra. O. \ ,
C. L. Matthews ___ Editor and Owner .r..vat., :..rlIr."at John II. A. A.. V..u Ch..rl.. Annie Kelly. David 0. L Plirtie,
Kmnm King Rice, A. Fred Thol on. I. L. Durden, Clnton. Orlffla, Vaaco Kldd. Richard Jr.Knight. young d augbte, ba.
HuddleParrlMh Rice, Viola A. 1111.. Marga..t Durden. H..rb.rt OrlfflH Mandy V.Jnl.h. lovely K
SUUMCKli-alOM KA1KYearly. Thomp.on. Mr*. 1.01 piirt ,
H. V. tt
K. W. tehiaTerry Howling I Cleone M. Guy. Henry A. FI'd I
Mr! ay
SIX Month '1.00 Purdue, HldonPrevatt Smith. Richard Thorp..n. Duncan Margaret Ureen. BrlttUrlfflB Jeanette D.Keene Kay, aged flv 1
fl.78j .. JuliaTanner !
..LlMlPrlnirle Strong, Robt. Jr. Duncan. K. O.Dowllng. J. M. Nancy pretty ( recelv ,
tlenevaPrevatt Sweat, Ixravy LuellThoma Emma O, E. J.10wllnK. (Orlffla Pearl Keene Albert ananlng uSfUl P It
t'UbU..beclVkly on Friday and Entered M Heeaari Music Strong Edwardi4tariliic *. W. T. M. Delle Orlffla, Itollln It. Kirby Sarah the donkey' j
prevail Lester LlllleHtarllng Thornton M.DrlBkdll. Pate Rolling.. H. J. apple 1
Clara Matter at the Port Office at Starke, Fto.Recauae Padgett Mr*. ITthaPrevatt Steve T.al'p. Tanner, DaveTaylor Lula la.H..t. Clyde Kemey. LI brow "t"
John II. J. thlpmal Carl Sam Horace- Kldd. Eunice K. Joyed by the"hUdi? '11 11
Lonnle W.PiiKe Starling, Terry. Elizabeth Vlck. Kite. Kenneth '
Pave, Dick. Nettle Goodman, Mm. Ruby marbles ho.nIlen
of the unusually long Hat of qualified voters our regular KmmaPluinmer Ktarllng. David Thompson Money Darby Jean Gunter Joelunter Kit*. Liter a '
I. William 1C.Powell Hvpp. Georgia Thornton. CaleThornton F. ( Sellar Kite Harold were awarded
Dlnkln L. PP
omitted this week. For a dlacuaslon of the nine" Starling. N. I.. K. B.Thede 10 K.
editorial column la N. T. Rlchiird I ; R. Dlnkln Thelma Urlffl Buck Keen N. J. and .
Power, Roman Starling, A. J. P. Onann. E. M. Kennedy Lucille .le T luble
l proposed amendments to the State Constitution that will be voted rrescott, R L. Starling, I.. It.Starling Thornton Georgia EdwardThornton. : Lee Decondlo.Denmark. l.olla..doD.Poala T. Gentry J. L.UrlfflH Kelly, Mary ed With apples "'di

frencoii, MvrtloFrBscott Lolai4tarllal Nick Ancll W. Kite. Myra Circle of ad I.
one. Fannie %. Alfred Thornton. lanl. Enoch marigo5 I
on Tuesday nee page Ruth bunter Tom Kelly,
PrevaIl Jessie C. Jr. Jtarllnc. J. C. Thornton.Ocle O. 1..nmark.Davl. .. J. Olllyard, Daisy Keen. Leona birthday I,
:y Padgett. SettlePendarvlH KI..rln.r. Nellie Taylor DavlB. Luclle Tatum Under, It. H.Ure..n. Kersey, Annie orange trollldeolt
" VOTERS; OF BRADFORD Wm. K.Power Nancy Thoma. AllenThornton Ida Clinton S. Kirkland Joseph T.
REGISTERED AND QUALIFIED ThomasPowers. Starling, LlxxlnFtarllng. Mr*. E 8. Darby. 1 beans
*, Cha A. Griffin. Marvin Kelly. J. N. II
't' : COUNTY. FOR GENERAL, ELECTION, DoUle W. J. ''aylo. NoahThornton.. William Varby.Darby John M. Green Levy Kirkland Mm. J.. T, Jr idea TeOUt te Ia

3 1912 Power, Ida Mtrong Thomas EdnaThede Dooley C. M. (Urlffl. J. W.Grlfflx Kuhn. A. H.
NOVEMBER y Huber, Vore..tMironI. Taylor M. Mr*. II. with Wi
I Uullda M.Thompson Davis, Frank M"llnOrltl. A PUmpkiN j c k
J. H. Ilettle llnfl'ellments
Uulnn. Kenneth 14.. Dobb Alton *. Kelly. H. B. apples hanging -
Susie ,
juinn. Sarah H. M.V..wUnll' Sidney Wllbert
? Precinct No. 1-LawUyA Strong, AliceSmith Tear Catherine II. M. E. J. Jr. Green. Edwin I*. ir'ri.. We rOII1
Kaulerson n. C. Tllman (1.I.mtsglaus O. ... I. J. with
H..Jame. Wllll Denmark R (hay. B. Kel. whipped
K..eU. J. K.Rosier. Siarllug. Albert Thornton Ja Franklyn crea5 c
Johns. L. D. Mildred Garner Mr. J. C. *
Mm. hattie Wllbert K"I.r. and '
Parley. JamesIteddish. Starling, LlxxleStarling. Thornton C
A Ida M.OrlfflM John A. Each
.lfin H. M. U. Doty Lawrence George, K..n.r.
LeRoy Fannie OracleThompon.
II. II.Arwouil J. T.H..h..rl. .
r wood. A. Chid ""
M. Kite a false
Norn 1' liurham, (I. W.Ilavis. Jllne.*. Mr HelenJune *. M. n. ., Enoch: ,T. Shu ford. J. 8.Shuford. .. SarahW 1yal. E.. J.D.(,. Gentry, Ruby Eva Itigdon Kelly Alice Marie face as a favor,
1'.rryl'lnkln. It.Reddiah. O. P.l4hutord.
.Andnrnun Andr.WAuMtifl. HeddlHh. Vnley plesent Were
John.. WinnieJohnson. Emily Geiger R. H. Karen.
Banter Duncan larry Marie
.. PollleUlnUInx It. Wilkinson
J. S Klney VrewH."I..r. J. Thomas L. H Kelly, Maya Helen i
AndrM O. J. LucilleliHVlflHnn JnhnH VerUeJnhnn. .ame. M. Starling. Wile Whltley Julia 1..I..ch. Mr*. l\oua Hoover Joseph C.HalBlop. Kite, Buck C. WhitfiOld
Austin Henry J. O. Hosier. K.Itowe Starling, NettleShuford William, LucyWilkinson. 1..1ach. ley. Patricia lll1
: Norma Wm. It. Kite
AnnlM. A A.Muslin. ImvlM,' %'Jseh John II. Joe K. Tow..y "vl. MCR.
fJ, VV. MAnderson. 1)1 xon. J. C.lIstyis Jolmn Leery Huberts O. W.Rosier. Smith, Clifton 'Vlkln".n. Martha Day. E. E. Hornaby James Kite.Kaufman Holoman Harry Stubbing n M
John LlnnleKnlKht J. C. Hoover Etta
M. JvHHlelinnmarlc J. L. Uryant Caldwell
i" J. J. K. Starling Ct ,
K Mr J. C. Harnagv, J. A. Kaufman Anna Carolint
L.Walnwrlght. DavlB. *
Mrn. LoUI CSnpp wainwright, Truby
UruwnleAustin H.I..h.rt. Lonnle
.. .\ u.U" Hosier It. Smith, C. I'. Koch. L. W. Warren
\Vlll Hutto S.Hundley
J. M. >urKHIey Tutum James H.Woolen. I'.nmark. L. Harold J
uilinu MI tin. hester G
I':. N.ndrowS4 Dlxon Flnr.nceJIlson. II.. C. J.w..1 W. C.Hell .. Roh. M. J. II.Hodge Kanare Thoma and ::,
\ NltaAuHtln. KthelDlxon. Kfllv AI.... Eunice:: i'eii'lifih. nu",1 M. JI..warttMaggi. /Mae ItiggsWooten lr..wdy. M. *. Stanley *L.Hollliiginworth. Henry Rlcha
..1. \ Knight Kannle Mae W."I. VirginiaDeBhong W. M. Lewis, Harry H. Tyrus
Writ. J. H. J. M.Kurhun Jennie [Reddlnir E. F. Smith, J. It- Je".leWllker".n. O. and James
Klnir. Mae J. M. Emma Luke.Jim
. Hundley.
Andruw, John A. JeHHleDavln H..ddl h. J. M. 14,101) fl.rowtrit'IilmLnd E. U .c
', Klnir. Hoy Mabel Duke, Leila A. riartnia". A. Lewis Emory C.
AiI..rtIaviilsOfl. Jack
Kutcvne. HoraceHeddlHh. ENJOVU
4 A u"Un. KnlKht.. K C. HeddliiK. $ Walnwrlght" Duke, Glen P. Hartman. Elsie Lewi. Jeff : i: ENI;
Austin. liuvheyAtmtln MrB. Loin' I*. D. Strickland. AlfonxoStarling. Wilkinson,, F. D.Wllklnmm
J. A.Hlanclmrrt 1 >urranf... I.. I. Kirkland: Wilburlnight H..I..r. A. It. I'V.. OeorgeWllkerBon. E llutchenon, Clarence. C. Lea Matilda M.. Sunday afternoon 15
DlnklnH. W. Tt.lienmark H. A. Iteildixh.' Mr*. Belle Small. H. K.Strickland A. J. Ellington John A. Howe J. R.HalBlop. Long Co..n..l. P. guests
I. Alanr M. Paul Kempv.. I' KeddlHh. Viola LutherHiltox. Wllkemon, W. M. Kil wards. Roy Mr*. Ella I..wl. A. assembled at th, b iii
linrnpy t-v..r..tt;: J N.liIanhJr.I. Denmark O. odeoeleDlnklnn Kite Daniel L.Kersey IteddlHh. Mr.. DrewHeddlHh I'JI.I. Wllkemon. I>. a. Edward. OludyM C. Hall. Arthur H. Lewis, Hobena A. MI' and Mrs H, K
Ilobt. A. Paul L. Krancl Mrn. Mary Wllkemon W. J. l'ldwards. L..y Jr. Hunter, K. D. Luke Dlumont J. brute the 1
; Minnie S. Kllhn.. .1. W.Kelltty 1..1..1' Eilwarda. V. liege John1loitzendorf. Long T. T. seventh bl
Hri.wn. MrB. I'In kin... Mary M.IHnklnH. Hosier J. (.1 JeBBe J. (.
liurnvy JenxloIlliichlmrn JoHephlneiMinn Annie K. M. Imllh.. Emma Lee Whiehead. 1>;. ,f.. Edward W. Mitch WilnierMart. Leach Utla E. their son. Kenneth c:,:
T. T.Itlnnchiird. Daisy Knights Mrs. H. O. 1.lllerHon.. f). J. Starling Alfred I. 'Vlk..r"un., J. B.Wllkemon Edward: Huby Mae W. H. Luke I. V. played and a
,/ Ann. M. 'hinn, Orover ('. Knlirht Johnny Howe, Claude Clyde Harry Edward. DallKdwardH. Hart Edna M. 1..wl., Loca tieuuie b
... Kvnnott. I'. 11. K Kvi>n.., V. II. HvdillnsT l>. It. Itarln.r.. Ben Waters, Hlrsh..1Wainwright.! Carrie Hagun, John L.Henry. .' Lewi. Magnolia much enjoyed. F.'ance. Z
., Jl.ll. M. J. 1-Mwardn Wm. If. KnlKht. Darling I.KnlKht ReddlHh. Elvis Starling, John A. B. C. Edwards. H. I. George Lloyd I). L. winning the .
Hurry, Sara L.Hullard fMwnrdn Mamie Lou Uusle Rituierison. H. Smith Mr's. J. J. Wyrl<'k. John P. Edward. AilreEnglish. l i I Hagan DeliaMilliard. Long. Mrywln .J.
JulinHullaril 1 lIn"'''. J. H.I'M t. Heddlah. Ury Suttnn. DalKV I. Wyrlck Lois E. It. H. Charlie Letterman Daniel Mr. and Mrs j Oil
Alice ward., W. H Jr. Lee Will Heddlnh. Mary ."Ln.Ho..le. Andrew Wilkins. T. A. Ellington, R. A. >lutto. Carolyn I. I..n" Lois E. Joined the C !
Anull Ruin M. Ie. Arthur .. Arneta S. Starlnt.(*nlumbuSeller Walnwrl Maude .: Uurk. T. Woo H. A. younger
Hfrry. KdwardH. ht. lIln/t..n. Holnl..w..rth.
,,,.. .
.. 1 ellnl.l John A. Jr. J. .' nlc cupper
"nn tt. II. T. K.lwftrrtn. Wllllnm H. Jr.IMwarrtu Haulersun N. H.Itaulersorl. *, JeffSeller WllkerBon. Harry : l"wH..n. con ltngeburgers.
Itluckburn I>. Illeniiftt. /. ..;. A. Lee. ..Mab.1I.wi. LlllleHowe *. Clifton Warren. Ethel Islington, OllleEllngton Hal"lop. Fred Lennon, Charles I). deviled
I K. M.llenni.lt. nriwardK, lilanuhe C. A. M. Vernon L.Howe. Shnford J. S. Jr. Warren. J. E.WllklnBon Freddie Howard. P..ulln. 143. l.aweon, Mr. Ada egg m
MrB. MaryMennttt. Krlwardu T. C. I..wl. Mr.. A. M.Lmidholtl Mrs. Gladys Lonna I KatieWalnwrigltt Ellington. Mr. Maggie Howard. Clyde M.llornnby. Luke. EllenLetHch potatoes, Ice *

HlchurdH a',10i05., James H. M. to:. btaU lersoii. WilliamHaiilersfin IlarllnK., Louise! Henry C. Edwards, Lm. I*, Hazel ConradLdtMch
rail ..l. T. H. V i.oveli .J J. Amanda Starling Edwin Wllkemon. Leon Edward, H. A. Ball ShallieIlutto Elizabeth MEETING
1.1'. CUf
lirown. It. C. Futch. H. J Ileddlng. Lunln II.HeddlHh Smith. Sarah Water. EdwardB. J. M Lulu F. Lowe Clarence I..
llennult. Mr.. I.h.le l Futch. 1':. !NI.o4ti. M Lucy H. L. I..rth. Cr"wI LuieWllk..r..o", Edward, I.uclll. J. HarrlnBTton. Kenneth il. Lewis, Edna Te Community Club', |pi)
t.: ":.-::" .. T, IIFlitch. K. A. .r. JII..k..y.. Wllktra-JS. EljlJi ldward.Guy !!irrll.viu:. !.:}wa. EJlth MafLowe 'aeetr..g r.J
.r "
:0"j : ::1.r i.r
J\ .>nr.r.y Hentrli-e HeildiMh. itonmoHafilHH Starling. Harold riva Lee. hisu Nil. V. B. Alfred 7'0" : 1 c JII:
)Itonnnlt II. D. Viitrh T. M. Moore 1tattleMyers. L. 1.Hh"d.nt Sllcox, Mlnlee Wlk..r..on., U..nnet EdwardVllllRin: A. Holder, LulaHlrrlnllon. Lowe, Welds club house. After a
Jane 13.Jl Mary Belle .'. n..n.. Edwardtt LuclleEngllBh. Mary T. Frank Io
lirown. Flitch, ilertr'zdeVstch. Moore, W. It.Miller ( Starling Pearl) Wllkemon, 81ell.. Lnd'um. ness session Mrs &
Ola ck. M P or. Stnwart Arthur Wood. L..on.
ItrxdUy N. M. Vutch. II. K.Flitch. I M.nieMyers Hosier Alice Stewart ClaraSapn ".vood. 1.- Edward. Henry' Leon flaIl Churlea W. Light foot. R..v. A. E. whose husband 1 in term

llatten rink..yHradloy. Robert O. JosephineMiner '.'dl..h. Ida Maortuuerxoii HeBBleSapn \VoortB. Fannie KdwardH Merrill fleering Gertrude A. Llghtfoot. I.elltlaIMIIK Blandlng sang
II. II.tiolott. Futch Mm. JoyceFrldo Mver.. EErie Ah.IILI'r. .. K. HHhoden Jamie Woods Elsie _:VI. Sir*. Julia }Herlonw Mark H. Annie Mae .everalll
AlnrmllolvB. "MadelineFutch !\ .KllaMiller FreemanHnruxe Sn|>n. .. J. n. Wor J*, FreWa F.pp''!.. Dorothy H. Hunt Edward K. Lung, Ellwood companied by L.A.C*
<:lull Inllnx I>acv K. I.HIII- Myra Sapp Ir.. D. nwrlgl A. A. I.Kvan. ":. E.Elliot. Hayne,. Clarence B. Lee TaBUO L. of Starke.
Theodore Fryer I>. M. HiiHler JM!""* II. Sapp lEMon Walnwrli-it Addle UliKlysErga Holand. Jesse Lewis. Mm. NolaLewi
Hole*, J. A.Illnckburn ,,1..11. Nora P. Marr.Moore.Joe Jame* IT Howe LoHaleHeddlHh StokeB If. R. Wainwright Mm. H. C. *. Michel la..n. Clifford Jr. *. .I.... A. Julius L. Thorn, New TX
Amanda It. Ruth Exell. (" Edith Lewi Thelma USO
Ferirunon V. Moore Thoma J.Murrhee Francis Fra..cs. director at Starke n
1-lrownliiff. Rachel Ferttimon. KdlthForiiyth. : Howe. I 1) N. .1..x. .. Katherine Whl..h..d., Nellie Erga, MrB Lois Hornnby, Mark ley J. Lea. Frank W.
; Hrownlnic, llxrllaItnnnetl Maggie Morgan,, W.Lnanard II. JI. lluhn 10 I). T. Warnock.. Willie 1110t. C. H. Harris. Truman IS.llobbH Lee. Joseph F. troduced as guest spakell
Floy Flossie l A. E. W. It. H.
:, Fin Icy .leffFelter Moore Mrs AdaMneley n..I..r. Joeph Warnock BirdieWIlHon I.onl. afternoon and
4 liroHky. II. II.llrownlnv leaaollrlffU. 1..I..r. Clifton TI..I. Pauline StIle Futch. Charlie A. Herlonir. Blanch G.Hernwall. I.IK. W.N..
B. W.
Davlilllradley. a Morgan li. it.Moor. J. "1. Jr.ltaulers.n Thompkln. Ola 'VII.on. A. E. Flume F. C. E. Leach Laura of the organization ilnl

J. II. John 'II.IrlfflH .., NlarvMnriran Loca Mollle Flume. Ilerdla Hernwal. Pearl E. Lowe ClarenceLaxaff. was also a guest He !
Holcii, Anita \I It. It. Heddlnir. Mr.. II. it.itoitier. Tlndale. V Futch Verdle S. Ellery E. 8. o d
OttlsMathe F.Yarhruugh
i Itaxlny. Jim IrlfflH ('. L.OrlfflH. *. J. .K.Mornan. Bernard Taylor OnlaThornton Voun George, 17.Yarbrough. Flynn Oeo. B. H..u.ton. Harry H. Lauders. Geo. E. The hostesses wrved
Hradley. W. K. John W. JoeMaye Reddish MyrtleItowell. R.Thoman ChristinaYari'rough. "Ia. Flynn. Florence C. Houston Hilda Durden I..ud..r Aline cookies.

llonnntt. Mm. Inn UrlfflH Richard C.iriffis *, K. Or areReddlHh. Mm. Ollle Charney Fraxee, Annie A. Hick Ellis Lee. Maggie
llradley. It. UIllount Jo. H. Faulkner Ben U.'a J. M. .
( Lee
K M.lirown (IrlfflH Cornle S. Moore Monds,, W.3. H.f. George Thornton J. F. Yarbrough Aaron J.. Fomythe. Daniel B. l..rrIHon.. Annie Mae l.ck..y. Gertrude Miss Betty Jean Roth

Wllmotlirown. UrlfflM. floorulaOrlfflM. Monk. T. L.Moeley. Faulkner. MaryFaulkner. J..kln. Leo A. Mr*. Jule Jucksonvllle ha com to i|
A. C. Carlle L.
MamnileOrlfflH Levin. Dave
lirown Ijvonalloatrlitlit KanterOrlfflM !Morgan. M.f.Loml. Precii net No. 2-North S tarke Flynn. Elliot JamenFulch. Harris. Wm. Llnsln. Oliver. U the winter with her grandpui

Marlon J. L. Moore. 10'. C. Merrill Charles Bait,. W. G.Halle. Lalanne, Gaston Mr. and Mrs. J. U Robirw
Inatrlcht. Mm. bttletradl. : (flrlfflH It. A.lortwln Mathews. ..fn.MoHeley A Bagwell. Ezra Conway E. K Flynn. Vergle' J.. Maude C. M .
will attend school In Stsrba
tlaaelirown ( J. <1.OrlfflBC. 1. C/'X*. Adkln Andrew Z. Hrownlee Mary D.Hryant Conway E. F.Canova. Feagle. William E. Howard Mack Morris Joe
Mary II. Niathis. J.'S.Mannlntr. Alvar.>. J. M. Fred B. I. A. Freeman. HessleFaulkner Howard. J" A. More Leonard V. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rt
.,Irowii Lacy K.: L.'aFter. PercyIrlffle. ,, Clara Mae. Alvare*. K. M. Jr. Itrantley Jordan (C'ronby l>. K. Franklin John P. Howard, OrdellHarnage. Moore. Aubrey It. 1
r'ws, D.Crawford. ( Mattle Murrhee Nola Alvarea M. J. Brown. AncllHryant Conner W. C. Faulkner. China Elizabeth Matthews Ella Lee Peek of Gladewater TeX
Marion drove*. W. I). Mannlnr.. Eva .Alvares, HeckleHryant. CroMby, Floyd Feagle, M. E.Feagle Hobbs, H. C. Morgan, Arizona dinner
Frank. W. JtnbertCrew M.I'nrter (Oreen W. K. ( Miner, leatrloeMannlnir. Alvurvi Alon.o 1 : n. F. Clark. Llxxle L Mr.. Floyd Hoover Mr*. .f..w..1 Maruca' MikeMurrhee. Sunday guests o I
*. Dalton OrlfClB, Hinlley! Mandy Adkln, Mr*. Lol* Hell l, Johnlloyd. Carlton, I. it. Faxon, BeBle I. Dodge, 1r. A. .. Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde. ,?
W. O.I'rttwforj. IlitHklnH, J. DarbyflrlfflB. Mnnntnir.. Klorle Alderman DoraAlvarei. baBryanl. Conner .W. R. Fasten William D.Feagle .' HalBten W. Moore Amyf.turrhee Mrs. M. D. Yongeleftlta
(flpnion Robert N. CiilleyilrlfflH Miner. W. .if.MotcH : Itufu* O. HaymondH..lsley. Cone. Winnie Marcus F.. Hutto. O. P.. Edith
...Ceo Elsie HeatrlceMannlnir. Alvar.... Annie It. Mary H.Healey Canova, Gladys .. ..n..r. Austin .J.' Harley. Abble ft.itaisten Moore.' Ethel to visit her mother, MiLl'

roleman ljuura fJrlfflu, Walter C. K.Mnnelev Alvar.... Lucia 8. J. B. Coleman Mack Mm. A. MrB. Julia Alundy, Wm. B, Jr. who Is sertowllJ
Coy, Fillayaw,
(IrlfflH KllihaUrlfflM. fleorgeManning Alvarez. AnnieAlvarei. Bryant. Julia Conway Lacy Farrelly. C. C. Hodge. F. C: Mundy, ,
J'oopor arradine.,Lucy K. It. Arthur ', Louie Hattie HrinHon Queen B. Clark. T. O. F.ulkn.r. R. L, Hodges,, EmmaHundley Lelalont..lh., A. her home in Ashburo, Ct

(('r"wH. ('. It. (IrlfflH Clyde Morgan, Mr. ItethaMnweley Andreu. A. O. H..nn..t. El ma D. Carpenter, Myrtlce J. Flnley, .. .. 1mmaHollng"w..rth. !ont.lh. Mr*. Kathleen Mr. and Mrs. Chas. M, I
'rewis.jt... H. UrirflH, Dopxle A. O. W.Rlonran. Alvares, 'ate ( Marvin If. o rlffl... W. L. Mr. Llllle Andreu Edith : Mm. Ella Conner Eula Fryer Julia Ann 101In"eworth. Mildred Mlnton Warren W. are rejoicing over the win
(flark.I'Hrtor V. Itr..rt..r. Uodwln Mr. Annie Lou Edna Alvarei It. V. HalBden, 'v'I F.ISennett Clark JimColeman Feagle Kathryn Murrhflft, William T.' granddaughter. bonSub
M ir Irlffl'*. Truby Murrhee. Thomas J. Anderson Alice Paul Elijah N. F"I"le. I. W. Hoxey Margaret A. Manning C. W. a
(1mone. I C. Street Richard II. Mtitt O. C.NIoseley. Alvarez Vincent L.Alvare Byrd. Adelllirown. Chamber, Centelle Forest Jimb'errara Hardy, JuanltaHundelBman Matthew, Eugene L. St. Vincent's Hospital In I Wvllle.
'I..mon. Maggie* (trove Mrn. Ellen ClenrgeMannlnir ) *. Mr.. Emma Marcus F.. Conway, Barbara Vincent O. .. Gertrude Manasna, ArthurManaa.a Mr. and Mrs. Cta
(farter Owen (>ankln.. Jean Mr.. Laura Alvare. Eva Box. Frank H. Conway. Leonard W .. ..rrara. Frank Hughes, Jerome C. Mina
Crawford FeachCletnona. (IrlfflH. I.ou Annie 111""r... Nelson Alvarvi It. U. Hryan Ham A. Oratton C. Fairbanks. H. N. Hughes, Luan B. Manning, J. H. Turney are the happy pw*

II (Urove. WileyDroves. Manning Clarence Anderson J. I. Ham) Bryant LizzieBagweli. Cttdy. Beverly E. U Hard."an. H. 8. Morgan Jease Mrs. E. A. Bradshaw
Cooper. J. rt.Carter. .:. W. MoNeley. KarleMoore. Kiirendt, Uerhart Edward Cauthen. Kathleen Oa.klns. J. L, Herndun. Leon C. Morrow Mason W. 1
O. K.ChvKNer O..rr..tt.. Ijt-wl* Ilosa Lee Adklns, Hazel Bryan. W.. W. Clark. Frank .." ., Mr. Lena Hutto. Tlllman F. Morrow. Mr. Louise daughter, Sarah Anne re
.1. A.4rews. IrlfflH., Ellis Moore. KdlthMoseley. AUord, Klveta Hrown. TobbyBrown. Collln, Calvin B. Green R. A_ Hudgln. Paul Manama U..... Edward home from theM
John IrlfflH., J. F. ClydeMoeley. Anderson "JvaAnd.r.on. Mr*. Florence B.Hlocker Chamber., Ceo d. Oreen Mary Emma Harrl*. V. H. Manasna. ElizabethManassu. "Saturday *
Crewn. KaymonilCrewn (UrlfriB ()mar O. Juanita Oeo. A. VeraBlocker Crawford. Cecil Green Mr*. Lucille Harris, Cecil Albert C. County Hospital In Cti

Wesley (UnnklnM Wade Moore, (Oornellou Aivares. WlllardAlvares 11 Connor Mrcu. Lee Harris Hughes, H. T. Mana.sa, M. E. Grjner I
CrewH Mr. IleNHlff' ,' UrirriH, Curl T.Urltfl. Moore. Mr*. Lois OnleAlvares h.OXr' Crabtree, Cora B. Gorman Charli HuBton, James W. Morgan. ba rtum
(Crawford Louis II. ... N. DawnonrirlfflH. ManningHonor Charley Bollard Carter, Lorene Gnat,,,. HuBtun Jennie M. Morgan rrt.A. a business trip to Belle

(Crown Frank Marlon Laura McCartney, Chan. Alvarez Paul Hole, .. Clark. Alice tIres.. Od..1 Hllllard. Susie Moseley, .
('r..Ws, Loulearradine .Ollnn W. R.UrlfflM Mrt-lellan Leslie Adklns. I>awrence E. IluckleB, Arden Cook. Earl Jr. Oreen. Ole Hick. Paul Matthew,Edih B. MiamI W
(' I'..arl O. 1.loydOr..n. McLean. Elisabeth Ander. Leroy Hyrd U. H. Canova. Mona A. OrlfflM. Mm. Henry E. Heller. Harry Matthew. Ida Carter, I. C. William McC'ttrtney: K. Andr.wl. Milton Brown. Tale Carter, William II. (Orlffl. Junior Hutching, Annie M. Mlddlet.n. Earnest week to attend a prisoiS
Chandler, Mrs Pare T. OrlfflM, W. K.UroovBM McLean. W. V. Andrew, 1. A. Bradley' (I. S. Conner. Carrie Oroliam, KileOuyon Hartman Lorraine. III..rrl. Lena Belle Tent W
...twford. t'eoll K. Clarencelodwin. McClellan. Mable Alva'..., Mr*. Brltt Hrown. Nonalar.foot. Crumpler. C'. H. JennieOraham Howard Henry Morgan R. L. ence In Memphis
Clark Mary H. ( John 111.nrUfl. N Anders, MaggieAlvarez P. C. Grumpier. Mlnda Mone I Moore. Clarence return by Quantico Vi. I
W. n. ... Truby Norman. Carrie LuvianAnderson. lareoot, O. B. Carllvle, J. B. Geiger R. W. Innian Vonda E. Murrhee Emma r.
(: ::l"n'lri.. II.armicha.i. OrtfflM. Mack Norman James S. KnoaAsplnwall : l.nn.l. A. S. Clive. Herbert D. Green. A. E. Inma,,. George HlbbB Jas. It. his young grandson. L
(' W. M. OiiHklnH. M.\ C. Norman. Jerry M. Margaret! Mica Ida Cook. KermitConner. liottlieb, SamOreen Inman. Carolyn B M..rrlt.!, Andr..w' II!.
(Crwn Alma Oa..klna. Myrtle Norman.. J. N. Andreu. C. M. Bennett Mr*. Irene PearlCa"hmore. A: J. Inman. John S. Myers, Martin W. man
(fher Laura A. (Oaiikln JeanetteUrlfflu Norman W. J'; Alexander Ada B. Barefoot. H. I>.. Willie Oraham Alyce F. Inman. Frank a. John Jr. J. O. Godwin and Robllthe
rr..", .. Julia W. I.tnnle I. Norman Ray Alexander. Wilma Hrown HarnhdBates Cain .KllBha F. Green, DoBhlo Inglerlght, Claude V. Ma"yarl., Farm and W. B. GnW
(''''mon.. II. Iarter. UrlfflM. IolphOo"d.lIow. Norman. W. II. ArmHtronsT. H. W. A. W. Cain E. Louise Green Annie B Inlfl.rl.rhl. Alice Moore. Jerry
(' Kuiaell.Clemonii J. K.OaHklnM Norman. C. W. Andrews. W. Henry Bryan, Rudolph ( owart. William D. Orlffia, Mellon Inman Vonda Mack. Inez Sharp Belle Glade reture I
lewis J. n. Newnom. Perry. Adams Georgia Mae on. Mr*. EtHryan. Cowurt, Mlneolu Giordano Vincent O. J Arthur. 'from their health-seekinl '
Clemona Morrell UrlfflM. Bertha Newvome, Pitt Aiaerman, H. S. Lloyd Carter Roy (iriftis. Barbara John, Carley Muck.M.rtln.J. P. '
(arrull. Llnnta CirlfflH. Ud..H"alIoo"In. Norman. Ancll Allen, ('. H. Burton Mm. Rosa Mae Crawford, Llllle Goldman Harry John. Jeff J. Moore, Mr*. Jerry Mayo Bros. at Rochele.Herbert
t'rawford. l.ella Mae C. T.. Norman. Tom Allen, Nancy Lee Browning. CliffordItrookings. Clark. Liiclna M.. (lodwin. H. U. Jahansoil P. August Mann. Arllne Ritch ot Starke.tIl
Crawford. HomlvCrawford (Jay.ou..ulla Norman. Thedo Avent LofdeAndrew Mra. Kula Crawford. Dave Glasgow. Harold C. Jenkins. Sarah F. "
W. T.. OaHklne (Olady Norman. LIIIU (0:. .. lola Mae U..rksdal. C. O.BarkHdale Conner Thelma A. Ilorlano. Louise U. John. S. R. Milgan.. Josephine A. member of the partyuntil .8
Crawford. AneCrawford \. Oa..klne. Wllllard C. Norman D. L.NormlLn. Alvarez, W. H. Mr*. VlrgleBell. Clark. Luther nero Geo. A. Jenkins. Pvrry B. Mier... A. C. Saturday
Kay OrlfflH, AncllUrlfftM. Leon M. Austin. J. F. MrB. l/o u I noBell. (Crosby Ennle L Griffin, Tho J. Jones, J, C. Molphu. E. L. Halone of
Cox. H. V.Crewn. Gordon Norman. J. C. Austin. Minnie J. P. H. Jr. Clark 1..rton > Green Arch II. Judd. D. A. Martin WalterMorgan. Sgt. Edwin .
FranclaChe.e.r. Oreen Martha Norman. Jlmmle Alvares Mark I.. na". Willie Crosby C. Green. Eddie Jones, Cora B. Jesse Field spent the wrt
Otisfovlniuon Chill R. A. Norman. llertlceNewaom Alvares, Carrie Burney. GladysBarnes. Connen, Mr. Ruby ( r... Charlie W. ,Johns Carl
Morgan Zona and
William B. (OrlffU. HenaOaMklna. Jim Alvarez, Herbert : MyrtleBennett Conway Sirs. Farris Oreen, Everett E. John.. Mamie Molphu. parents. Mr. < )n
(eo"l..to. <*lurnCannon. T. K.Orlffla Norman. seaman Alvarts, Mr*. It. V.Alvares Paul Crawford. W. S. Green Tx renxoGreen. Johns, Mr*.. Julia MananHa. EII..beth Malone.
( Willard dlady Norman l.onmle Mr*. R. IIAlvares Bryant Ruby Mablelirown Crosby. Randolph Willie K. A. O. Philp
Cannon. C. U. UrlfflH. Rudolph Norman. (I. M. Mr*. W. Zack Clemon. J. C. Green Adam Johna.J.nklnl.Thelma L.Jo. ;Morgan MOB. I : Mr. and Mrs. Ro!Kt
Clark. H. a. OrlfflH O. K.Orlffla. Norman Uulah Alvarez R.Alvares. It Booth. William F. Clemen Maggie Oreen. JeffersonGreen Jackson J. WIII..mMullin. Monday that 11.
Clark, MoraCrawford. Hhellle Norman. J. M. O..orl.. Brown, Albert I... ('aru.o. Sam Fannl.Ure..n. Jones... Feral.. ; lrov.rMaye. advid
J. n. OrlfflD, Evelyn Norman. Othma J. Alvares. ThelmaAndrews Brown., RaymondBurnett. rol.on. -Mr*. Annie Rosa M. Jon... Emma Mr. Kite ar I
Carter. Oscar OrlfflH. ClrtueOrlffla. Newwom. C'. H. Ruth Virgil Conner Elna Graham H.t.r J. Johnson PearlJohnson i.Mayee, JameaMoiely of a daughtr.
C'odY.II..nC'ody. Ollie Norman. Roy AI"ara. Brown. Zack Jr.Blackburn. Cowart. Cha. Griffin, Irvin parents
8 L Bernice E.
I.' n.Crewe 1rffis.Roy Norman. Leonard Alvares* Sara U F. Croby Teresa' Griffin: Lia E. John. E. M. Marvin J. D the Good Samarit
Pency Or Ifill. O..r..a. Norman. Lacy Alvarez, Margaret Blackburn Eva Under (Crawford Annie Green MaeOrcen Johnson Ernest Z.Joflnso. I Masters A. W. Palm Beach. M r.l1
Cook. William n. Ureene Clarence E. Norman. Truman' Albert Frankie billBryant. Carter Miss Annie Nelson T Koy :Myree, W. Everett West her"Mrs.

Carter Crawford Morris, Robert 11 Hill'. Louln H. Norman.Norman. I'earl Albert Arnold.Anderson...Io".phAnd.r. W. L Bennett.. Oscar Mm. Ruth C.ituford. (' ::Idi L. Green Green Oren pearlle E.. Jordan. Oeo. W. I I Morse.Manning Ruth John 8. C.Manning. formerly David employed CapblCo I
; Jenkins, Chaa. A. .
Crawford. Willie lIarAlon.o Nettles. Idelle ... Carl H. C.itutord. Fronnle Green Ruby J Mm. Delia
Marrell.. J. L. Pearl Johnson Ander.. IrmaBartleld Berry 8. I Markham. R. M. Campbl a
Crawford. Jack. Norman Elizabeth Grljfl*. 8. A.Orlrfls. John.' Lubedla A. ,p .
Hill. Emma P.Hariey. John U.Brinson. Coope'r. I Murphy D. PurdonMatheny
Crawford. Cliff Norman. Delia Andrew, Joseph 'tVAndrew. Richard M. Aneda and C Bladl
Carroll Kalford \ Abble 8. Norman Mae Belle *. Nellie C. A. Cooper. Doris Green W. E.Orlffl Johnson A. It I W. 8. Tenn., ap
V. w
Jackson .
Crawford. William Hampton, MaryBarrel1. Norman Howard Amprase. Oranla Beaver David CoiBon. C. w. *. E. L. Jenkins, 1 May. T. A. several days we
Crawford. Rllna LucyItoueton. 00verstr.et Adklns. A J. Jr.Brownie. Berry, L. Jr. Colaon Bele Griffin Owen W. Judd. Winnie Aie. J : a. S. .nd8unt.Mf. ad J
Crawford Clyde manuel H. M. n Box .I: Cruce. W. J. Green. Lloyd J. J JRu..1 U. 1 Mills..htIJ uncle .

Crawford Richard. lloueton CaaeleHowe Ov.r.t..t. J. l>. .. James U.Hurney H.nn.t. C .. Crawford. Reba (Iriffis. Llndsey Jordan. Mattie I Mill .* ndon. i
Collie Llllle Jackson A. Mr*. Qusale Oeo. W. I Carter. Joe Gray Abraham J. J Mur.ay, Harry D. RObE rta Wltid
Carter niadyaCrewe Milliard C. L. O'Neal Roneoverstreet Brown. OI'ver Boelter. EI"abetl Connell. Judge Orlffls. George John.on. W. L, 1 Markham Irene Miss 1
Bertha Harrell. Joe L. Jr. Thomas W. Beant. Abraham C Caon, Willie Goodwlne. Lent Jordan. Wm. Clyde J Mayhugh, Marvin C. panied by Mis. Vlrg
Carnelt Lola Harley. H. C. Kronke. Albert Cone Inex Collins.. W. O. Inex. A. Jenkins, Carl J Milton KatherU attend
Carter RoesCamtb.ll. Harley 8. C. PPaul.. A.PrevaIL. Hryan. A. J. Cone. Wm. F. Conner Mr. Lillian A. lr.en. Quid.Ureen Jennings, Mrs. L H. I Mercer. Mick of Starke. Ib.u

J. P. Howard. Mr. AvleHowe. D.11 llennett. Oue H.itronke. Cauthen. Ira Crosby Lul. V. T. Scottie Jennln.. Dr. L. H J Melvin Ben game In Gaiesvle
Chlam. Luther EH abethHarley. pr."at. B.rhaIrownl. Coleman. J. T. Cro.by, Orlffl, Oad.on Jr. Mary J Melvin 1ra Ben and Mr. L j
('amph.il. Emma I). B. <}. Harold ... .. M. Cannon. Ja. V. Clark. F. Merton Green. 'Ir.. 5. Inex John. L J Mo Chaplain for '
Campbell. R. C. Harley. Helen. Prevail A. II. .. H. ElisabethBeaaley. Crew Clarence Croft. KdlthCrewe Harley. A. H. Jr.ltarr..l. Prevatt. France Gertrude Crawford M. F. Clut... W. T..L Georges Emma C. John.. Rowe Marvel ]McCoy EllxabethMcRae. Mrs. N. J. 1
Mamie {. Keeffee B.Harrell. Pad..t. Harrr C, Heasley. C). L L Chambers .Mm. Ethel Carlon. Henry A. Orlffl*. A. F. Jones W. P.' J Harley M. and
Crewe. Honor W. J. J.f 11rlnon. T. MaeCooper Raymond Orlffl. Johns. Lot I MeRae. J, W. 'Welaka.
henry K.
Cheaper. Karl Hereey. Mamie t.. uHemey. Prevatt, Bird. EarnestBrown K GraceCroeby. Crosby, Mra. Raymond Graham, John. R. C. J HeR... A. R. a i
Cruc OertrudeCrawford. Jamea B.Harley. Pea roe. Arthur C. Willie A. Rufus M, Collln,. Thomas C. OrlfflM. WUiam'. Johnson W. L J McRae. ArdellaMcRae. Returning frI CitY
Sadie .. B. D. Prevail. R M.' Marn*.. MarceilaBesssnt Colley. John F. Ca.tello. Harry Goodman William Jackson, J Basil M. visit in New York .. ,
Crawford Dora hard,.. Cecil Phllllpa. J. frsula H. Conner, Campbell. Earl 'M. Oreen. Ernest E Jackson, Cltto..d ] leDonel.Walter. Jr. Va.. Mtt- Lu(
Crew. Benale Mae Hlllard. LutherHancock Barefoot, P. M. Cone O .1r"' Coetello. Betty Green. Purvl"Oa..dln..r. Jordan. Mr. lae ] Robt. .ndrla. .
Cruee. Leonard It.CrawiorsI. J. T. Jr. Peele..Plltbbl.Pr."al Barefoot. Reacy Crosby. ("' W. N. Minnie' n. Jonson, ]McClane. Thomas k of West Palm Seac
Paul Harley. MaryHowea. Bachilman August Cooper. C. N.Croebr. Connell. Marlon firmer Martin Jonaon. Mr*. A. W. J McDanleU Jim t 0 t be
Crawford. LJnle Charles A. Phillp. Bishop, Harold A. K. H. Cowdrey. L. o. Grlner. E. II. Jonson Ruth W. ]MeDanlel. Blanch week-nd ges .
Clark. Hutton lee Howard. V.rnon WVJonea. .. R. F. Bishop. Nina Richard Crawford L.Cooper ConneR Eugene D. Geiger, Marin. E. Br. Jon... L. o. Jr.. ]VfcRae. Barney In-laW and ter. )
Cannon. Clifford J Prlvett. Ned Bennett. Mrs. Annie Chat R. Carnaelon Griffin. P. Jordon. W. T, ]51cR... EthelMcOlane
Carter. Ii.earter. DaleyJonee Prevatt O. R. Ma.Iarn. Crawford. Zary (Caraway Adaln. Jr. George R. W. John. Allen M. ] Mr. T. K. Jr.BcCord J. A. Bouv.ffe0bT' hl
(* Christina James PrevaiL Fonmo .., James T. Canova. Eunice C. Chamber.Rob..t. Orlffl. John John. 8. R Jr. ] C. Mrs. .
Crewe. Leila Mae Johna. A. I. Pr."ot. Mis. 81nah ..n, IMllle V. Crew Mary A. 'a.on. Roh.1 A. (Orlffi. Llllle John., borothy I ]McKlnn.,.. MelvIn several dayS. .
Cl.mone. Cordle M. John. R- C.Jon" I."at. J. T. Barnes, Alex L. Canova. Florence & (' .. Besele Green Koscoe Jordan J. W. ]McKInney. Iva away
Crawford. Wllh.rtCarter. .. W. H. P.d..l. Mr. Chess Burney Newman X>. Clark. Ellaab.tl Green. Pauline John. Pierce ]VIcGlll. M. O. mother. ME.. L
Mra. Russell Jones K. P. ,. Verdle E. Barker, LenvenlaBrooklnff Colby, Davis,' Ellery M. Gunter.. Nancy Jones w. P. I McLendon Mr. L. B. hOugehoid _.
Camp. Thelma' Judd. O W. P""ler. M. B. *. Frank Crews. Maude D. Duvl. In.* Orlffl., Pinkie Jordan Roy ]McCauley Raymond move herTrenton hltcb.a .
Camp. IlenJImln f. .. latest Pr."at. Ruddy Battle. Rodgers Corpenlng Hulda B. Dell. IaaeDavla Green Winifred Jon... W. H I MeCulley Unnle to Wewa
Crewe. Oraham Jonea. Alien A.John. pr.vaet. Eunice Bradley IsonerBagwell. Crew. K. T. Lewis A. Orlner. Zorra Jones Florence I UcAte.r HaselMeKlnaey J' 0
Oowart, J. J. .. Clyde Prl".t. K L. James Canova. Paul &Jr. Dell. Ben (lay. Adolph Johns,. Havana I riorrleGorman. Mr.' ad Mi.k-nd !
MorriS J.Jnhna. Katie Ilrownlee. J. W. Clark. C. H. K
1'IInkina. Johna. Pad..t. Davl. Lee Perrvman 080,. I spent the f
Chan.Dtnklna. K. C. Thelma Biggs. Ethel O. Croxby, Lester A. Dlgg, Lon ( Ha.e. .. Klckllttr. James F'. I Hl.-am aDd
Annie Johna O. P.Joltne. Parmenter.. IlellePrlvett. Bennett J. Iv..et Crews. Jackeon C. Duhart. C Oreen. Floyd Knight. Carl A. I'orm.n. F. M.Morman L vIe with lfr.
iMSue. CharlenTilnklna. A. J.Johna. Emma Bryant W. Conner Ja.. L. Dell Susie Gunter D. D. Keraey, Gerald L. I B. J. .
14 W. I' n.Johna. Prevail. CarriePeele. Br.a.I. Ola E. Cooper. Rob.rt R. Darby Annie B. Au.I.,. C Kersey O..oo D. I 4nrman T. N. NE' b
V.rda Cohen Baster Anna Crawford. Tho C. Damon Irantham. Keller Dr. J. Hel roo'
'urban. KJ W Dell. Lava I'...om., Ray A.
Darl.l" T. T. 0301"'" Mary Price. Otto Lee Brownie,, John M. Crawford. Cheater 1 Dell. oar Irlftl.. nob Q. K.lly.Knl.ll. In.Clara. Mae I I>Gorman.letiles. Roberta Joseph from i a brie yet

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L.hY Roberta Kstella Mabelle Thomas 0lcly.Thornton. C Hick.. Clarence Manlre, (". 0.Manlre. Slstrunk Alma. Thoma Clyde Wynn J L.
Howell Alvle L.Tbornton. Chandler. King Harris. Uertrude Freda Sweat PIoneerStarling John N..I BROOKER
Khoden W. C. Hurley Clark. James. Howard. WesleyHemmlmcway Murrhee. Sadie JosephShepherd. Tnrrll..lla. Sirs, Ellis WiggIns Orle A.
Fr.nk. M Hltfdon. Annie Bell Tyson Horace Clark<' James Wolley. l.. O. MelLon Clarence Llv..rta Turner It. V Wilson, Eunice lly I". L O. lan
Wm. A. Hemmlna-way Sara Myers. late It.
Horai Randolph. Arthur Sweat. MI&I. To rode. Edwin Wilson Ira
Tyson Harry L. Chandler.. Inn K. Hall. Mra Thelma Mannlnir.. Clyde '
idIUU. Sweat '. Kiln Annlt
10, Roberta, Joseph M.Kick. 1111' RIO CELEBRATION
Ton'ln..n. Wiley, LottIeWynn
ft Mrs. Lllvenla Colley. Laura L. Holder. Dave Mathew Hoy It. IIll.
)!t.rI ... J. P. Starling Mrn Alma Hosa Hell
., .h. Frankitubineon Thomas, "I"a. W. Carlton. Fred Hltkman.V, T. Matthew, T. A. St. John.. ntht Talbott J. C. II C. The long-looked for Hallowe'en
"I. I'' Mrs Frank.Uhoden. Thomas, Victor C. Clarke. Mr*. Lnulmt Hill. 0.0. W. Moore. Delhi Lee Johns, hilwliiSearing. Talbotl. George AVI ley. Jack Carnival will be held Saturday
)11111""kj1gKre W C.; Jr Tnten. R. II. Cheshler lien W. Herring John F. Mason Fred E II. 'Inltiolt. I 0. A, Warren Newn
/ ..,. Hitch. Mr.. ('arly I.. Thoma. Earl CheHhler J. D Henderson. Gladys Moore. Louise St. John. Mildred Thompson, Mrs. CiirrliTaylor. .S AV .av.r. SIrs. Josephine, afternoon and night Oct. 31. Interesting -
}: : Kisdon J. W. TeUtone. Ueo. F. Cheshler Mr... UettU Hutihlnv T. M. May T. A.Ieoltt. H..ton. Robert I,. \Vurd. l.hit*. FAV plane are being worked
I.. Turner Ernrxt 1:. Caaon Ossle' .
\ C. Howard BensleHaye Ala A. Jo:. J. P. ynn. Ussle'
Bert Jurr.n..y
Hu Thornton. AVIIIIum M Crews. n L. *. K. W Jr. Ma A\'oodrowSurremv Todd JamlKV. Wilson Sernlhle out for this event. A delicious
:,,;:, Maen Khoden.It.hud.n.1o'red CarrieKubltsky. Thomas. Muriel Cooper T W. HutchtnKS. Annie IHiLkuk. MeRIt.. Mike, J. Elsie AlvarelSurrencv i I Taylor E C. IVies. Chester UAVhlgham. chicken plleau supper will
Will'1"' Jueeph TlHon. Laura Cooper Richard' Clennle McKlnney Volley Mm I.omlwSearing. Tavlor.. Laura E.i .' EuUWarren b sere
Herbert S. UuaHosier. Tlson. Julia Coleman Frank R herring VlraHard.nbruok. McKlnnwy, ('has.. M Eunice 1'erklnl i I Torode. Lulu RvilgrnveTarratu A. H. for 25o a plnte. early
: LeKoyQ. Kayndr Thai,.. K K. Crutchflald. Frank K. Jessie McKlnney. Carl Smith, \lrnlntn Delia Kill
K. 1.. *. Wll- Walden so you will be sure of a good
H.l'"rraben. Thornton. AVIIla Mae i'rutchfleld. Lonnle I>ollvMcKlnney
John W.iatrunk. Charles Harris MtKae Steppe Louise Surrvncy' Hams Warren Albert M
Koxers. i'aul Thomas, Carl Carlton. C. M. Hall. John Mae Saae. Ella: J. Thomas, Mr,
Mr. Muriel II M.Sapp. Thomas, Sad Clark. W.- S. Hall. Elsie MiKliinttv, Mrs. C', MMcltae. Steppe, J. C.Skipper. Taylor, n..1. WI"ol. .:J""Hlt meal.The
C a. Tyson. Parnoll Cole. Lolat'ourtn.aneh. holder LolaII.mmlngw.y ltusell S.McRae I. .lll.n'.n. loA ) king find queen context
,'E. IISllcux. V It Thomas, E.Thomas ,v .:. 1
$H.lleyB Uavld L. 'Thornton. Sarah J, H. Frances >. ttuln Mne JlavrlunoH. Nick Mr*. .I. 10:. IV nod.. FloiencwV r. grows In excitement a time
IIf. Thornton. Reuben Carter n. A. McMillan. Merrill ii.
w Harper. F. Thornton Hrnntla > llMon. Willie M.
tlllco><. WalterSlump. ll.rln. Lo passes on. Ellen Waters l la
Thornton. Ellxa Clark Amy Haynes. Oe..r.la K. McKelvey Frank Thomas. LlaaleII Wynn OnieWhigharn :ar
Kern M. Fred F. Thornton. Curio l'ann.. Thomas J. Henry A. HHarrell. McKelvey. J. A.Mclntyr. Thomas. Jaa. H.I MadgaAVarren. leading in race for senior
WilliamKunin11 Scott. Fred A. Thomas. C. C Collier C. W. r... C. *. France Thornton. Mm. 1?. A. rnderhlll. John Florence
Singleton, Stephen Thomas. Dortha Cone Nellie Hall. ":. A. Mcintyre T. J.Mctta. I To'nlnHon. Ih..p. \Iow." John 1 Whatley. H. H. queen with Minnie Lou Hazcn a

Ethel tFrieda). $app. William 'Thornton. Lea Cooper. Howard Haynes M..rlHope .. Donald F.McR. I"y \'Klow. Louisa ItDnderhlll Whately Mm. II. 8. clone second. Ned Hick i Is high
Sllcox J. J. Thoma. Resale Cobb. CarlCol..m.n. Hall J. R.Hou..r. ... Minnie Thornton. I ,, Mm. W Sarah for
.:111 In the
')I .Lo..IU Strickland. C. B. Taylor Irvine A. Mary E. Mrs. J. KHaynes. McKlnney Laurie Thomas. Hester lglow, t4arrl lahUnd.rhll l..on.. Jon B. race enlor king. For
Sri.. Stern Harry Taylor. Ethel Courtmanch Anna Mrs. Mary :I. McKlnney. HoyMcKlnney TomllnMon Marie Albert. W.Varne lea junior queen Joan Parrish Is high
JII..I.. nfar-J.l': Thomas, Floy" Courtmanch Anita henry LIlalIaroiln" Bertie Thoma Deborah. WI.on., Powey and for
AI..ca Scott. Tucker Mr*. H. K. Clouch. Roxle May ",. Thomas B.. McKlnney Mrs A. E.McKlnney Todd. JimThoma. *. A. V. Wlggln' J. W. junior king Allen Lewis
IHBSO. N. Stump. Eva W. 'Tucker H. E. Carter. Lonsle Hall. Esle M.Horiuby. A. 13MctJulre. *. H. M Varne MVinlng. William, JackWilliamson Is the favorite.
tureen Sapp. Leona Thomas. Dan Carter. Lewis Floyd B. tirover a.McKlnney Todd LeoIV U I>. Isaac
OeorlfellaWIIII".u Sap*>. JaKe S. Thoma Lavada Curry. A. N. Hall. J. W. K HMcKlnney Thom. Pvitgy II Versatile A. A, AVynn J, (1.V Th main events are acbeduledas
Hmlth. K. H. Tdon. W. OThoma Crosby. Mis. Berry Hardlnar. Mrs. Thou. B Nellie Thornton. lurenco Varne, Myra follows:
L orady Slloox. Jaa. L. *. Hasel Clark. Mrs. I.. L. Basso M. F. McMillan. W. Tetstune.. A. C. lining Charlie Lou Vaunt, Jennett.
Kobol'lat'NubY Sapp. Ellen Thomas, K I... Chamber. Uobt, Earl Hazun.. Mm. Clara MoKnlKht. James Thompson J. D. \arne, Mary Younir Iterniam 1C. Costume Parade 6:00: P. M. All
Sweat. Ida 'Thomas. Violet Chamber. J. Jo:. JIall. Claud It. McKlnney June Thornquet. Jennie Varne, CurtisW Young, {' ra 1. contestants
; : Sapp. Carl i U Colley. J. It Hemlnirway. Manila McOutre. W. T. Turner "...rlTomlnaoll. Yancey Edwaid,. A. 'are urged to be ready

Mr,' Mary Sapp. O. L. I Underbill. O. L. Colley. Mra. Margery II. Howard. Lawtey McFashlon. Gus Henry. Woodard. I>. O. Sancey Martha S.fttrlcklnml. at the appointed time. Several
Mr Jennie Lee Sumner. Orvin 1 Underbill. Kodinan V. Crosby I.. HodKe. Otis 11.'lnto.h. Glenn
ester Sumner Aaron l Underbill. Walter Crawford. Onto. Harper. Luther B MamieNewaom prises be given for the various

jer. JOHepb Sumner A. C. 1 Underbill. C. Mc S Cherry Vern l>. Harper, Fannie LeeHoward. costumes.The .
I Alma Sapp. Mrs. Vide 1 Underbill. Vasco Coburn. Any A H. :J. R.Newsom Precinct No. 4-(Iraham
L Janus W. Swanbom. Agnus 1 Underhill Paul CarllMle, Ruth howard Mrs Frances, Eunice Cornatlon Ceremony Dr.

'.. Harvey. J. Sanders Annie I Underbill. Maricle D Chlsm. Itudolph Holt. It. V. Norton, JessieNoeirel A Orlffln. K, M Mary M Middletorv.-10:30 P. 1.!.
Starling. Alma 1 1Slutrunk. Underbill Ruby Carter. M Harper. L. H. V\'. H Abernathy Frank. T. Graves, Mr*. MaudeHlnen Strickland. Willie H.Htrlcklantl. .
eel. Thomas W. J. M. l Underbill. Violet. Caaon. Mr. Maggie Houich. Alma Rain Newsom I*, C. Abernathy. M Card II Clyde W. Auction : P. M.
t.,,. William J. ;St..rnb..rll'. N.Hternb..r V Cason. Mae Howard. Mrs VerUle Norton C. C. Abernathy. 11. It. TlnatrlceMines. ar -. l', n. Cakel:0
[ Thomas. i <<. Uusate Vandlvlere. Blanch A. Curry. Mrs A. N. howard Uavld Nauman MinnieNewnome Abernathy, Mrs. Nevella Kitvln .Surreniv.. Maude Awar of Quilt made by P.
] Stern Fred" O \arnes PearlaVanCleave ('arden. V. H. Hoiuch. Ethel Hives Margaret J Smith. FannieMarllnir T.-A.-11:15: P. M.
(3UK0r Strlna-fellow, Wm. CJStrlnicfellow. Gladys Carden. Lucy lIoUlnKBwortb.1odlth North. Mr.. W. N. Hroughtnn. Kgbert VBroughtnn. Jones, Curl Mr.. II L.
ioladyf Mabel M. Conway. W. L. Hasen. J. F" Noesrel. E. P. Mrx. A. W. John.., Arch StarlingMrs.. Alice, Prize for the king and queen
Ama flILrat. Sllcox. Henry 1.Swindal. *. Wall Wm L. ('lark. Foy Mason Mm Martha Nicholson, Charley W. Broughton. ArlleBroughton. Johna.n. Fred Summers, Mrs. HunnU
Ma. Hannah ASalnwrlitht. N. 1>. Crosby, A. D. Hardy Charle Jr. Nettles' Ernest A. Mr* Thelma John., Nniman Ktrlcklan-l. J. II.Sumnern were donated by Stake mer

C. l? StarlingJames P. William. John Crosby, Marlon I... Humaby Russell E.Hardee. Noeitel. Joe Burnsed, Mra' 'DollleBarwlck. I Johnson, Mr*. OenevaJones J. I*. chants.
I, : G. Sllcox. Delia W Williams Ed. {Colaon rV. .Lois L.liasen. North W. N. XV. II. Mm IdaJohnaon StarllnK. Calvin
Sllcox. SelenaSapS White Olin W. Coition Beanie Caudte Nicely. Lawrence Broughlon, Carl It M. 'tarIIK. ('laud. ItRIDOK CLUB
\, MarIe K-nf-H. ;Williams Emanuel Cloer. James 1':. Henley Eddie Newmans. Albert Broughton. AVIllls Johnson 11'*. FlorenceMurrhe .rllnl. lu..1
lola : Wall Albertua K: "ohen. llvman Howard. V. E.Howard. Newmans. Mr.. Albert Horton W. C M Mrs. V. V. Hasen entertained
idward Strickland. Edna ;William ThoB. M. Cohen. Hilda Mrs V. EHoward. Noexel, Mr. JewellNoesjel C lleweyMurrhee Ktarllnir. L \lljr. her bridge club after
1 raul Strickland. NessleHtern. William. Thou 8 Cook Troy C. Henry William H. Call J. K. M U. Smith 1... li. Thursday
W.w.nona. F. C. Wainwright Wm.. N. {Chrlntoboulous SperosDemorest I Noesrel Roswell I C'all. Mm. J. 12. 11"lfan. S. F T noon, Oct. 22. High score went tc
T. Sllcox. Mn.. Locale Williams. Nat D liiKram Carrie Nobles: Robert It. Casey, T. 1* M.lon. T. T. Thomas Frank M. Miss Madeline and low to
\\ NLuther. Hulllvan. Herbert William. F. W., R. F. J Nobles, Mra U n.Noesel Cney Mm. Ethel J. Turner. Willie Crosby
1Sponholts. "hit. Mrs. W. 11. Jr. Marlow. Arnold Thomas Ernie Mrs. Guy Harrell. The howtest
Sauls. Mrs. Pearl C.rn. C. Dyal. B. a Johns. Archibald Cain, Horace) ,
O.I L. U.MtgrIin. Wainwright" Mary.O DemoreMt Verna. Jl Jackson Marshall O 1) Mo Thomas 1..1. r.Thoma. served sandwiches and tea.
I.:a/tit. <<. J. P. Wall. Murla Jo:. >yal. EarnestDrlirirers Johnson JoeJohns Olson. Titus Dyal W. A. 1..lv..r. W. T *. Wlllard
$app. Ola Mae White. Noble Ray C. A. Ab Olson Mrs Bertie loyal, KrvlnDryden. ... A. J. Jr. Thomas {'. I}.
HfttiLoonora Seymour John U.Strubfel4t White. Ethel MWlllH urden. Guessie1)augh.srty Johns. Julia I. Owen. V'Irxel KllmaliethDyal. McKlnney' Mr. J. A. J.1 Thomas H. T. LITTLE WOMEN MEET

H O. Irene* UWilliamWillie J., N. Johnson James Owen.' Nora Mrs. I. W. Ji.McKlnney. W The Little Women's Club helda
w. 33.John. Starllnsr: Bern lee F:. Tennis, J. UPyal. Johns L. I.. Odom. J. 1>. Jr. Davla N. J. K 11.McKlnnoy Wanton. T W.
1 II. Sharpe, Emmett T. Wall Mable A. Mildred Johnson. Wm. N. {>om. VernlaI Davis. Ml". N. J, Nellie' WandenWaden. If. meeting Wednesday night, Oct
W. C.Ethel Strickland. Viola White Ina A. Denmark I L>. N. Jones. II. H Davis, J C. U R. 21. at the club hou e. Severaltables
KPenned $tlcox. Everett J Winkler Edwin A. Pyal n..rtle BDyal. Johns Bert W. 1'owell. Charlie JPrevail. Davis A. C.Dyal Robert, r. II. Willis. Susie II.
Shaw. Frasler :I. William. Mary Clara K.I Johnson O W. J. W. I I. B River*. OllleRoberts Ward. Annie H. were set up for bridge and
Dean Mauls, Arthur 13'. Walnwrlirht, Edward JWllker >val, Myra John. Ella I'arrlah. K J. 1>val, Nathaniel Mr*. KqulllaRiver Wasden. H. M.Wnrd. prizes were awarded to Misses
Ella Swllly U.... W. ..on. A. J. IVal. WIlllH John. W. J. Parrlsh. Oscar A. Loyal Vernon WFogg *. Ono. AV. J. L.
.M. W. Sapp: J. C. Walnwrlnht, Blanche M Pew. Cells B.Pyal. Jacobs. Sarah Ferryman. 1:. K. Jo' Robert, Roy Wllll*. Albert Dorothy and Louisa Crosby and
AmON. fltee. Shaw. Bert A. Ward Willie Calvin Alma John. FronnleJones. : Millie :J. Hob.rte. Annie II. Wllll. Mrs 1IU. C. Mr.. Eldon Hardy. hostesses.
Earl K. Ferryman. P. Te
Smith. Charles C. V\"hlt..he..d. Samuel Ll. Frasler Clarence J. 'AVynn. Leon
PI Hard. Martin M.
Fred O.
Thomas. J. Sternbera Ruth Williams II, J. Pou.laa. Cecil 1... .Johns Mrs AgnesJones. Powell. Laura I. Frasler, Ituth D.Fogs' Surrency. J. II. WnHden.. mien J. Bettye and Miss
Thomas W. Sllcox. Lacy B. Wood. Annie S. nryden EieklelUowty E D Perkins Llnnle Jewett C. rlrk land. HStarling. Wadln. TtesaleWilson. Phllls Hasen served delicious refreshments -
,ier, Lacy 1>. Cora William Qertrude Mr.. Edna Rosalind Prevail. Loots C*, Harvey Mr.*. Serlnthasixlln.
H. H. Sharpe. flellaStroman. J William A. B. |>."..rry. Mr*. Finley I' John.Jacobs,Charlie K. Peterson. F. 0. IIOrsven.. J. A. Starling Mr*. M J. \\ Mrs It. S. to their guests.
JohnMac Mrs Mattie Wood Arthur DeBerry Flnley" P. John. Thelma B Prevatt. Arch Orlffln. Mr. t..tl. Starling. Mm. Kate Willis John C.

F. Masse. Mable L. 1SeabrlKht .. Vandl E. I'rydeii. Archie L. John.. H. Jo;. Parrlsh Lewis. IMLLOWK'CN DANCE
Jameii Edward Wilmot. Ernest A. Pyal. CharlesIaushenty John Ruby B. Phillips. F. The Little
Julian Club
I* Sapp Klma ;Warren Mri. Florence LoaalePrlgger Johns. Jeff J. Phillips ItosaParrlKh. Precinct No. 5ItamptonPearsuil I wn
jrn. Clara Sharpe, InesStroman. William. Louise *, Maggie Jackson W. Morris W. IIPhllllpn sponsor a Hallowe'en dance Friday .

.John Ij. JChan.Jr. Henry H. Wall.Weldon.Harold S A.C. Ural. Pete Johnson V. F. ,Berthaprevalt. MinniePearce. A Hicks. W. U Ralph. Oct. 30, 9 P. M.. at the club
Sapp Hob..rtaSt..mp. Dval. Eula Ma. John, l..aura Adktn J. K.AdkliiM Hicks, Wnnilrow I ,
K. .
Evelyn \VaII. Martha I>. Puhmer E. J. Claude Parker, James Ormond i building.
Jackson Margaret Pency Home, J. W.
Ronald Miles T.WlKKlna.Laura Parrlxh. 8111.Priest. .
Julian 1... Jr. Simpson.. Pearl Lee Pampler. Rhoda Jackson H C. KPearce. Adkln, Clarice. Hicks, I lor InHicks Parker. John 11.
Sumner Crock..ttSh..pherd. Pampler. K. C.Edwardit John MellHsa V. Inb..rt Adklim J. U. GOING TO WEST POINT
Ella Nannie Mae. e..nc. ItKahme.
Leslie A. Warren. 1': Jackson Eula Alderman.. T. J. Hall. Cl. W. JrItalune. .
r U. Shepherd Eva 1 Wlmberly Katie Hello : BulaUM. S Peek Mvra DPender. Friends of Perry Gainey be
Lee Jackson Onl.John.un. Alexander. .:. Hall. Siillle Will *. wl
| Helen Stump Marjorie EooSh..w. William.*. Julia Florrle Epperson. Lohena K.KdwardH Deborah KmllyParrlnh Andrew tlad..1. Harper, Annie. ltioode,.. Interested to know that has
r. ,
WlllH Mrs Ruby
Ida Mae JoephlneEpperaon. Jones EdnaJohnson. Jewell ItAldvrniun. Harper, C. 111Hicks. Howell. Henry
E. AndrewH. I
Warren Hardy Perkina. Ola MaePalmer. been appointed to West Point
Williams. by
Sharpe H. W. J. Jr. Viola
.., Mae Lloyd Mm, CiatiaAycox Olin V. howell
Smith J. W. Williams. Amos Kdmondaon. W. I>. Celia W. ltvue, Florence Congressman Lax Green
i 0. B. Ward. Chas W. June. Peek. S. L. Jr. LeroyUrannen Hall. C. W.llonmie PerryIs
Smith Edwin Edwards Comer 1>.
1 Johnson. Marvin H Jean Habitue. AliaHhodon
EII.ab.thIIryan Mr RuHhleWlmberly Prevail, Mary now a Sophoznoi at the University
FrancesSilcox. Warren. *
Sllcox. Mary Kills. A. B
Johns. B. M. J. .. F. Levi
J ft Mary' Mr... Lacy T Wallace S Jr.Witkovskl. M.Williams. Edward, (lladyaElll Judd. M K. I'r.vlt., .:ultn.IC. ilUHg." W. I I.. :: r"'Jlllr\tll: \ h Itbodsn, Carlltahne of Florida.
$ Gladys *. MaritaretKdwaidH.
w. si app R. Jones. EthelJohnaon. : MariePrevail. Hank J. IIlloyum ClydeHlgdun
B. Present
Willie Sapp Sibyl A Lloyd Mra W. NJones. Floyd Wo"cruw Cualsy KNLISTKD:
lien E N. N.Prevatt. .
Stanley HodaBternberg. Wood. Edward, Lamar S.
Huny Brannen. Mae Halek. Hlch. UaorgeIthoilen
liter' It. L'ley James. P. Edna'
(3.L :. Lillian Warren. F Jackson l Edward Brown Trinx FlunkllnHiown llttlek. W. T. Lillian. The following Urooker boys
Grace Priest Mr Myille Ilr.
Simpson EMlher ASaunders VtalnwrlHht Fernandes. Eva I... Jenkins. Elva, Frames. It. lBugg. hail ) "" Hahn. Merle
Mary R. C. have enlisted In the Air
Mildred A Walnwrlwht N. V Jr.WIlII..m. Prescott, .rb.rtI'r..llc..t. II :
Kernandes, Isabel .
J Hubert E.Bl Jenkln. Chan H. Bula AI..ryI..d."buulh.. Have. O I. A. Ihud..l. 11'11. W. K. Corp
8WalnwrlKht .
Smith! Lorraine ASa *. Yancey Peeler. Olivia S W. Fless-le Colson. Heishel
I, Berry : James R. Judd. Mr.. Milliard Almena It J. W. hardy William II M r. Easter ,
T Mrs Belle !:Sapp Fred Flnley. los W. Jenkins, Beatrice Pxteraon. Hardv DouglitHllarilv. H..I. Samuel W. Panco ; A. Z. Padgett andJ.
: Louise Pre vat t. E TPrevail. t'loyo
Mr*. Lula Mae33ewe1l A Warren Fields. J. II Mot
Mm. Mattle Jenkins Jorne.tJord..n. Brown < *. I. J.
_I,ter William : ., W. B. A William Iewey 1'almer D. Field Maude HFlnley. t1amJord..n. Margaret Illritm I i L. Brown,,, tleMvteItrannen. lliuiec. I..nll.111' HHlade.. CUIverSaxon. n, Mot. They 'wU b stationed .
k. James :Sewell. Ethel O. Williams. Laura Lou Vela Pr..t. H It. It. AHrown. .J. "' .' J. H. at Vuldosta.'Ga.
i Seymour. James p. ASwanbom Lula Forayth" Vlnda Flora I'npp..l. U.Johns Swindle D
W. Dm Richard {'. Jones. T. Ernest li W. N. Johns W.
Himsell I Porothy A WlKNTln" Foraythe. Eunice Jones I). Burr Hoyd. J. J MIH. Saxon Ueo W.
Mrs. Minnie AVhltehead.. Allen B.Wiley Flpp. JinkFeaKle. Palmer Kiln MieI'.pp..l. Jlnnle Mrs. Larson Mints and daughter .
,' H. Jiter. Shaw. Jolnes ri B. Corn Byvrley Mildred .latkon. W Smith, JuhnHla"
Edith I Sales. orothy Bapp Hoy AWhltehead. Mr. M K, K IonPr."r..t. Brown, Llnnle I JohiiMon. Mr*. J, ).. ", William and Mrs. Abe Crosby and
Wm. C. I"app. .Mildred AcathaWlRKlns. Flvvanh. W. C.Frlnk. Kite Lester ..pp..l. A1 lrne Brown L.. D Johnxon. p. W Sullivan JuHvphlneSmith.
JohnFraneec I Shepherd. Ira P. Leo Aubrey Kite perry Jr. Mrs J. L.. T* John.. I A. RobertaSmith. children of Jacksonville were
Leo F. J.d."boUlh. .
tf Lee I Shepherd. Mrs Ira P. Wiggins" EthollnWilliam Mrs. Frlnk Pearl Kin*. N. TKendrlLk I.Unm... F" J. : ( \1 r".1 I IIllrt. JOIIK*. 54Ii.. Ethel visiting their parents, Mr. anti
C, *HlineonI I 4mlth' J. C. White Francis I'aulln. Thou N. MarvinMedenbough. John. MtellHJnlinMon. Hi.xon H V.
I. O C I S.ymour. EII.ab.th"Iok. W. *. Sallle Fernandes. Alice Kendrltk Martha phIUlp."h.lh Prince. JackPeterson. Ituth. lteh,t<'a t..nn.. If. V. Mrs. Lee Gainey, Sunday.Mr. .

Adafi. I .... Emma J William. Juanlta f:. Forythe. Tommy Kite. BenKickliter. .. Jaiiie A. lledenbough. Mr. KfflHrown Johns, AlnrlllJohnnn Mis." Kthel and Mrs. Purvis Hasen ot
I Rtok..... Robt. D. Wilmot. Amy n MiriamKite. Elicit:
t.P. Laura |
Jnc U.Plai. tI.un.
1..1. 1.1.
., Mrs O. P. I Simmons, Lacy urnlrirnnK; ; Martha orlfnia... Sidney Alice J I'r.vnt. V. llohii. r.oulnelloyd ,John, II. t.o". Annie I. Hampton were visiting relatives
.,, deorge I Sllcox. Nellieimmofls' A r\an lJames>. I I* W. *Veldon Glady Marnarlte C..Vhltrield (orifri. C. A.nll."n. ;Kite. Mra Lilly Lillian Hurt, Mr*. W, PIledenbouxh. AcidIc Smith Frank
0. L. I Simmon Mrs Vera M. VSapp. AThltflelrt.. ,Chester Knlarht." Daniel K.KnlKht PuckeM, Charles. HI.'h. Olin L. John. -iilrlr. sin it h. Roosevelt. and Mra. W. P. Nichol
Freda I Mrs Mildred. V, Bryan Ollssnn. ('ol. C. Nannie L, andI'.tc'rson. Illume, .v.r.t Jones, Ethel Hlade, Vernon ,
Charles I Sweat. Edna ASweat. Vail. A. K Jr. illsHnn Eldry Knight Paul E.Keller. Alice Hugg. l.w"y ... .John.u. Ihornlon Sweeney K May and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon
II I Mack S. VStanley VhlKhan., Mad< on. Jame W. I (I. B. J Webb. William I. K. L.Orlffls. Mary E. Prlent. Charles, M.D 1. John*. y.ell. Minnie f Crosby
IJamei ]{. I Stanley. Mrs. O. D.- WillIams, Albert KuceneOondce. Kite. LeMHle AditChuaen. J"hn"ol. MaggieKalchseiiter. $luc.1.. LacIer Nick attended th.

.J.j. I Shafkln. Louis J VIlllamH. Klllot E.ATard. It. J. i inrlffls. Kit. Virginia" Quigley K.UulKley James. Ir. Smith Roy norlda-Mlns I I P pi" am" In
lnabll0Iv. I III. rKtf.lrVfidBfr"K.S>rtttB. Williams, T. Mrs Lois l Kemp. It. U Jlnnl.. Chapman. lOut,) L. It. Shade, Gertrude Gainesville
K.': I I W. J. flood IC". Mr*. Delia Kemp Ev.lyn Chapman.". DeneyChantaln. Kslih Mis A. I.Kal'h. Shade. 'Inda i Saturday.The .
Icarrle L. ,j j.rrle Starllna-. Vollle L. ASlarUnn (V'ard. PollyiVIlllamM. floodue A." L. Klckllter PorothyKlnchen. Itoblnson W. J.Khoden T. C. Carrie K Hmllh. Klvle friends f little-
J. Mary ASmith. B L. A. Grace BWIlllamM /( Bycle pKllllnftawnrth. Fred Chaataln K.nn..rd., Ir". J. IILester Stone, lire. Clara
.'. Freeman Dennla H. A ArilllamH., Mr*. lolaVeek ( Mrs. Fay KateKinchen. Hitch. S. E finlne Shone Ethel Glenda Lynn Parker wi be gladto
1 Herbert f Satterfleld.. Carolyn \ Mrs Orlffls, Oscar ; I Eugene L.Klnch.n. J. P. Chastaln. Carlton Ira Hlade LuluHharpton. ; know that she returned
In, MathewEvelyn Strato San K. AHI .. W. T. GeIger I,. A.lunter Leonard H. Iubln..on.. A. Chastaln. Kiln Mae. l..m"r.aux. Emma BerthaSimmons.
| rat OK. Sarah VScott. ,v IIl1am.. BascomVllllamii. ( Joe KenMler T. (I. Rltch.! l .. JermluKedgrave D l.nmnrnHilx J. O A. H.Simmon home after belnl confined In the
II. AlleenJll. F:. O. J, Clara Veil (Oalney. Ralphllia.son. ]Kirkland J. T. JrKtlllniraworth MinnieItedarave. Dral. U l>. heater Oeneral *, Mrs. A. n."Iade. Alachua with I
W P cott. Madeline. J Vhltehead., J. B ( Marion J MyrtlceKruse. A. W lhcks. Uris. Mary AtManlre Raymond It. Hospital
|T, Alice L. Shad. J. A.mlth. J frhlttemore. J. MVhlttemore. Orlffln. i.eoIriffis. ] Albert Itafuae, Lela Dennlaon. C. MDunnlKim. Mallle pneumonia.
LaryD. Mrs W. H.utton. MarKaretVhlte. ( !.*<.n ]Kowatch. Julius River.. EmmA L. Avery I*. Jh.da. W. A. Taylor, Mrs. 1. M. Mr.
and Mr
", Willie H. L. v Dorothy Ray Or Iff I... Luther. l KopelouMo. George F. W. Pyal. Mr... Thomas 1..d. Mrs M..nl.l.v. 'Phom*.. A. ( .. Hugh Rahn and
V'. Carl L.IL.'H" Hut ton. Mr.. H. L. V Vade. C. T. Oorman. Charles Kuter.i (I. S Rennolds I'u..r. ErvlnaItennoldH Dyal. It. F.Dval. Claude ... Turner A. II. baby daughter of Ralford were
J.lt. Stllley. Letle J Vlnkler. Mrs. Resale. OllnHon. It. L.Urlffl. L Ij. A. lUilli F.Dval. .. C It Turner Mrs Ava
Minor V.rnon D Jrtlmmon Veldon. Mitchell Jo:. ,... Wilbur K. Lenard. Alva Hitch iris Lee Mary K.Purling. Manlre Stella. Towneml. W. K. vlattll relatives here Sunday.

P I'. Jas !If. *. T, S.rhoma. Vllllam Mrs. PalmerVllkina. < Florence KOarrett. Lee. H. L.l Carrie L. A. Mitchell. Frnnl "ownsend, Nays Mrs. Edna demons
Mrs. J. H. F. M. /huden. Durham. l II. n. .; wa. visiting
ion. W. 1. l' .... E If.Leonard. Irene May, VVanAlstlne
AnKMI R .,. :James. S. \Vllklns. Joe H. Goodman Jesse I>. James Reddish. Myrtle It. Durham Pearl Mlxon. [EmmaMatchett Mr.. Edith relatives here for a few days re.
I J. W, Thomas Archibald J. \Vllllam JohnVainwrlght Ueorse. J. W. Lord Eva H..Awl. Rogers. J. M Dennlaon Cora Lee M MMlnton. A'nnAlntlne, CulverW cently.Mr. .
d. Annie )f. Truby. Joseph J. ? Mr.. IMVlliion. Oarrett, Earnest *. James A. Rogers Vldellltlers D.e*. Pearl. Aaron .

". Ion I.. Tyler. J. A. villa Orlffls. AlurlonOalney. Libby. L. L. Jackson ftf.Hitch. Durham Clev..llndJ II intut,. KaleMnl.hetl. \Vatternn. Martin C* and Mrs. O. G. Strayhom
Arthur Tyson. John P. M I'ullle Lilly. Ruby C. Marks IllllhMavnard. V\.al.r..n. John W.
Amelia ;Tvson. Oad II Vhltehead. Leona Garrett. Herman Lee. blade Hitch. Jennie .. ). KulllKlland : Mrs. M. L. Williams A. II. and daughter were vl.IUn& relatives

U C ;Thoma. Herman II Vomack. Al Garrett Matilda lAOS T. T. Roberts Nannie Kred I>. Moriran. R. JJ.M..d" Wynn. Lacy J. here Sunday.lcread .
kru., Lula A. Toplln. John 'Iirhoma. William/ Amos Orirri' W. 11 IA... Cynthia S. Hay bin, Morris M. piland. Meta Mrs. Francis Wynn, I... A.
| Carlyle *. Edna B. VTlon Vllllam, MO.Vllnon Garrett I.eramleOrlffl Lee. (I. W. :ito7e. MillieKUHMll. F Mead. Mr*. Fannie Wynn. Lonla K.Wattemon. .
''h. Kndrnan Dt'lle. Ftta *S. II. Hattie. John. *. Milford I<... Jluld.hI..mb. J. M.Kolew ford. It L>. Morrow, M W. Mrs Mary Interest
H. M. Tyler. Alice I,. VTompkln Vood. Mrs Martha Oelirer Herman J Clifford Doris Kord. D fj"1 Harriet *. IJ.ile V Vhlte./ Carol Orlffl' Minnie Lavender.. James I* HodKers. George If. "or.Ylh. Joe Morgan, Jessie. Wilson /.*. H I).
Ilxila Taylor*. Walter E. J Varren. Frank W. orirri. Mattie lavender. Lilly Edna Kauerk. Jas. K. FOrylh. Maggie Mav. Wilson K. Wlggln Ida Note I Tower
Sarah C. rhoma.... Frank J Vllklns. Mary Ellen Orlffl. Arnold Luten. William C. I Itabeck Josephine Forsyth Vasco Moveley. Mr. J. W. \\.r.worlh. (I. P
IT, Cerlrud N. vThornton. Vhlttle. CleoVhlttle. I Albert Frederick. (I. C. .n... Charley M
'i 1 Thoma. Nathan Ollaon, Lavender Ja* JT\ :Rhoden.t Clarence F. A. WIII.m. I. Increased Interest has
F on, Willie WIT E. > RubyValton. George" Allle Mae. I..wlll. Loca :Hitch. N. T. Frd..rlck. Mrs (I. C. Man Ir.. Lon I... Leola.Maxwell France been
Cornelius F. Thoma Wm. R. J : Nauaaln EVllson. Garrett Willie Lwnnon. Hash J M hIre 1.1". Williams. Charles. shown in the Aircraft Warning
'l,on. Jam. A. Tlnon. Bailie Gary C.tsinwright Orlffl". Katie JjinKford. Louise I IIArantau. Mulllvan. Clarence Oreene, H. C l'atkln. Mrs. J. W. William. lamp Service at the observation
[ on, Blanch W. rhoma. Fva.M J VIlllarrL Calvin Olll. Thomas .. Thelma. I Strick land. Charlie Olllln, TliomaaOrlffln. III. William*. U..r.. toweron
nd. Alire KatieVbltebead. Itlchard I>. .*'..rOrlfflii. MfOreirnr J. W. J. center
n.'un. 'i Thomas Frank F. B. orlffl .. !lewis, E. I Hulllvan. J. E. Wlggln If. Banding during the last
Onl 'homa.! *, Fsrlev B vThoma : Mrs. J. nrtffl. Louise bandrum.. T Frank I IIAndrum. Shepherd. Alice w. II. Mroruder. Moselle K. Wads worth. 31. P Jr. two weeks. With the
h J. O Paul *. Eflrd M 11 f> AHa rhornton. Mary 3rhornton. rarbrouirh. J... C. Ada Lewis Thelma. L. I Simmons. J. 1. nrlfln. P. E. : Wynn Mrs N. school, several schedules of both
I Ruth W. H 3'ounir.. Theodorerarbrotuth. oandy. Ruby I:lH>nnon. EsraLlvlnns. I F. Ilr. Jamea T. "mm. Ada Ward. Mrs Matte A. .eachers and student.
[ Clvde Tucker William J. Vada Oelirer. Ethel i Ople I 4mlth. W. A. ( EOlover. Newell/ I. N. Wynn. J. C.Wstt.raon. had to b
K.J.W. Thornton.! Mr... Onle J rarbrouich. Aaron J.rarbroufh. Oalney. Harvey :I.lvlnfs. Olin I L. Htern. Theremin PearlGay. O Nanni. : some "army wives"
n. I.n.a Thornton.! Beulah J' Albert Orssner. IsadoreOrlffl .1 1:I.,:,,. Herman :Smith. U.orKI. Little Emily Ormond. .T. K Wat.r..on. K. B. chanle Invaluable
Mlldr..cI Thornton. Carl J'renowlne, Stanley R.rounr. *. Lucileauntsr :Lee. Lewis E. I Sullvan. U. Oelger. ,r.. Ormond. 111'*. J. F.. (!. rdered service as
M' ... Ruby Thoma.. William Lee J Joe C. SellarOamble I I.... Mrs D. L. ,Hulllvan. Elisabeth n..llC.r. Iv..r.U K.Orlffl" P Wynn. Carrie observers left Starke "under sealed .
( "rl M. Thornton. ]Lacy 'rourtw. Mr. Clyde Robert H. 1 Iloodge. Lee D. L.l Sullivan. EvaHtanabury. Pe.rrv. T. J.Perrv. Wilam.. J. L. while
: O.y. A. 'A.Hall. LuclndeyPrevatt oden"; some lost ln-
( Gene I IIritfia. l..cln, IsidoreLivingston. U. E. Idella
( BeatriceOreen. I Mrs R. D. Struth. Katherine Helen It J. B.Parker William.. William 1C. (onset when the "new" wore off
Precinct No. 3-South Starke W. BOoodire I I..wle. Mrs. High Struth. Katherine, Shir. I W. If.. Boh'e. L. Warren C. A. of the work.
T. J. A I Iciii. I.vnch. Ronnie Wilton I." Hall. II E.Kail. Priest 1".1.. J. Williams Mr*. Mar _

Bonham. LomaBell. IQ.. Torew. I M tMannln mlh. W. P. A. C.Hall. Perry Jor..tn. Warren. Mr*. J..n A. Carlton observer
"ht. RolomanKin Brown. Lent EthelBrownlnsr. J. B. J *. John C. r ItlleyHnyder. Debbie Pearce O. Watson. Flake R II chle.
Hall. It N. P head Watson Ella M Tuesday received arm bands tot
W. If.I Graves. T A. IIravas. J Mitchell Vaaao LucretlaHmlth. .rrv.
Brown. EatonBurns. Arrle ( flladlsOraves J Manaell. N. AV, W. P. Jr.'mlth Hall. LynnHall. Perry. firmly Williamson. H V. hone who have worked at leant
Ira W. EdwardBowers Brown. Neater C. R. J Morsran. Vlda V. s Felton A nit usHall. Prevail. Mrs. Clifford Williamson Ollle
I Nellie O. H. Uurrell. ThomasBrown. Gomes. It. J. J Mitchell. Lurlle H. h Mr*. Lola Ellis Penrco. Eva WIlliamson MildredWilliamson. 29 hours and are still working
w. Margaret L Bowers. J. D. Mrs. Florence Ooodman. Jerry L.Oreen. J Middle ton. W. R. hMlddleton. Hmlth J. E.4trleklandj Hall. Lllllnn I,cure.Macthin. Pans Mallvperer W. w. a minimum of two hours each
w. Amanda BessieBalsden. lioan. Irene MathelOreen. J Nolla' D r Earl Ella .. Carrv Wynn Wadsworlh. Marjorie
on. MJrtl R. Burn. Mrs.Addle lIoan. O. W. Maggie n II. IOoodg. J Mlddleton. Miulce t KHmlth. Hall. Jeesle M Plrkren.' J, J. V we Many of those have al-

WI". Fanni.I U Baladen. hosts H.nc. lIildabeIle .. Myra V. I IIrono. Marr. Ollle "Junr:* Sf.tmlth. hall Hallle M PI.kr.n. Mr. J. JDodH. yarn. Tld.n I ready been given out, and It
-'">n. A. w, JOurney C. N. Bryant. Wade ( Ethel. 8. J Murphy, Emma. fManning. uris. W. H.Simmons L
Bmh.ault Albania Bower.. Mr.. Marie Bryant. Daisy, Olover. William T. J Mr. Delia A. A. I hoped that the observers
lire il mml. Brownlna. Vollle A.Brown. Baker. Alice gr'e-A. J Mannlnpr. W C. fMoore. Hlmmon Joseph L.Htruth. I Precinct No. 6-There merit them will wear them con-
l'llff Ruby Brosky. EllisBlanchard ; M. I Mr*. W. !/ B R.Hearing. I
5. Errolrv Bryan. O P. N. Jot.H. Bt Bryan Woodrow Blakely. Jessie Ma. Ooodman. Oracle I IH Moriran. Mr. Emma Starling. Joe 8.Htruth Alderman. If. O. L Hall CalvinHamilton. vacancies that need to be
Bradley Noon M.Borln J Mitchell: Luelle K. MHhuman. Do4d. Fred M.F fled
*, Con01 Brown. Mrs.. Owen ArleBuddlnirton. *. EII..beth Haynea. Othma T. I Mansell.: Ml.. Retta Pearle CIHlmonton. 'Alderman Nellie > Mslan.rhlardee I.ul. 11.Hercey at once, and any who are willing

d.r w. B. dolyn HorlnK. John It. Jr.Ira Holllns-sworth F. C. I Manell. Mists .....1. ( Leter Alderman. (.... MAndrews. Fortner. If K.Forsvth. ,,. Henry to assist In this Important work
It..a Hlalr. Eva Hemmlna-way Frank OIlemmlnirway Manning. Pearl Htewart. H. WIlliamAndlewis 3.
Box. F. If n..ber Roy l>.
Brown. Mr*. "TrubyBradley Hast.r. Clifford Annie MHolllnsaMrorth J Moriran. L. V. Hmlth. I Etta Forsyth Lou Iun.r.,. Wondro will pla see Mr. Carlton at
ladis M lirown. Howardw. Ida :J. Mann, ( w. Hparks. 8. K.Sparks. .R O the
J M. Kstelli Telegraph phone 29. or seeMrs.
I.. H. Be..nant. Mrs. Mary B..llard.' Mr. M. If. Haynes. limps McLane Martin. Annie Mar Lola Batten W. C. Orlner. J H Jr. Iln..on., >uise I
.. Weal..* 'r. Buddlnirton. M. Ernes Brown. Oil Hays F.. W. I Martin James fManning. Hewell W, H. Kaker. Mrs. O CBrooklni. Grimier Carra R.Orlffls. hall Laura. I Grant Evan at the High
';!:\''. 11ftude tin. Box. Mr*. P'. H. Jfay ... Ruby A. Margaret f lmon ton. Alma .. OrvllleConstanllne D.II : School Edward Prince at theStarkeBdlnl
"n. w, Budding-ton. John W Brown. Gilbert 8.Baker. Holtsendnrf.. Jessie I IHoov.r. Mac. JarkMace. Ethel ORtansbury ItosleCollins. .uhl .3JOnes. W. A. .
"<">. Alice Hrownlnar. Williard Barnllill. 8u..le Don I.. Easel M Mary I Walter C. Heresy, R M. Jones, Tailors on South

.Cs. Rudolph Browning Clifford Brld"'.... Lilly htcftae Holtsendorf. Ethel I Manu, Mary tMiller. "ruth.r.u.l1 ; Collins Minnie W. II. Jobns. let. I..
'. "...Nona I : .." Bryan. Mrs Mae Blair. W. L. Holtsendnrf B. C. Maraha4l. f.tll.y. (Cothran H C. Hall", Ida K I Waut Stet.
M.as. Ella Hoover. Delia C. I" Ilaben.fanning _
rs Eo Bowers. Ruth .nn. Margery Verda Klnson Mae
" Bryan. W. B. 'uton. Cothral. Wile Kelxar. II A.
"n. A. Wr Jr. Brown James A. A. BBurrh. Hall Ben F. J Volley F. p Perry Clayton Alberta Hall. J. J. KMnav. Ollle STENOGISAliflER4 NOT

.J""n Brown., Mra. CharlotteBrown. W.' C.Ftrldne Holllnsworth.. Mr.. Moody. Werdna Hlatronk, Cyrus II.Hweat. Dodd. Lillian M tiemey, 'Iyr.) Kelsay. Frank
. I.. H. 3. *. P. L. f. CHicks. Moody. J. 3o JJ"'kln."n. Mr*. J. P. Hall. I. PAD > 1o rack BRADFORD

1Ir.' Frankle lacy Bole N. a. 0. W Morgan, if. P. t!trln.. Walter L>obl>. Hubert J. Hlnson, Henry Lwl". Charles :J. VOVtiTT TELEOIIAPH.

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parture Brer Ward Is a wun trifle time
I SOCIETY and CLUBSDinner I Birthday Party Smith nerful example of the prescription: all? .to do he hit i a41
For "Butch"
Be pleasant an' atay young; One thing about tin girls once
I Hear Oliver Hutto is addln' a lot we get something started, we Hear \'h1an-
Jr. otherwise
Junlus M. Smith, .
USOA Sunday School Class of sweet notes to the 124th Infantry really go to town with it Bradfol'd'. most gahl
Party Costume Dance At "Butch", three
known was elllllllt
I Band these days, provfn'that Red Cross production room, lot he
For Mr. & :Mrs. Johnson Hollowe'en costume dance Enjoys Spaghetti Supper years old on Thursday, Oct. 22, even the Army recognizestalent instance Really an Insplrln':; Pompano,I dexel'ted aaa aQ'a

birthday party when it hears it Con- sight these days Leenle Seems iOih4 II
and a Lln-
Honoring Mr and Mrs. Earl will be a gala affair at the USO-I More than 20 member of the was given he a ilaUOllef
J':' H. Johnson: on their first wedding YMCA Club I Saturday evening Wesley Fellowship clans of the by his mother, at their home on grats to Perry Gainey (ex-Tor- sin acceptln C h a I rmanshlp ofknlttln' Cove an was vtbllIQ
nado who's jus' received his appointment an' blddln' fair these In
) to do park
i anniversary, an informal dinner Marling! at 8:30: o'clock All GSO Methodist church, and a few East Madison St a Ills 'A' k
to West Point bang-up job of it Mary Lee Seems Htrange
6; party was given by Mr. and Mrs. members and other girls who guests, enjoyed a spaghetti sup- The children were entertainedon not lo
Earl an' Martha (Brownlee) SilvernaU doln' aPT 4
Hear quietly her
bit -t
I L E. ZA Mattahws on Monday evening serve at the USO are cordially per Tuesday night In the recreational the lawn and pictures were Carnival .
celebrated their No. 1 of II.lowe'en
at their home on Eighth and Invited to Join In the fun. Host building: of the Methodist\ : Mrs. Johnson necessary typing records, etc. bUI Ihere'U bel
taken of the
party. .
merry weddin' anniversary by rombjln"around Seems she realizes festivities !
,' Church Streets esses will be Mrs. J. W Kincaid, Church. Hostesses were Mrs: J: assisted in entertaining that JI thlt., "
t Smith "bat
was Rainbow Springs JJ' Woman
Mrs. J.: W. Browhlee and Mrs. L Anderson, Mrs. C. H. Nas- a workin' girl doesn't mean beln'j 'rlub
Marigolds were used for decorating the by her daughter,
,1 guests Noon nIght
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Pvt. (ex-Mayor ,
: Ethel M. Biggs. worthy Miss Ruth Johnson and Glimpsed Isn't supposed to weip an a gala cow
i: and the dining table was centered Miss : Joan: Carpenter, Marian Brown, Wainwright up from :Miami for a St. Peter the most entertalnln at USQ No 1
.''I. by a low arrangement of Baptist CirclesThe MudgeVhigham. Mm. Fannie Jones, Mrs W; L. quick look around town Sunday element on the scene, but never Hope to see Saltlda,
After supper a short business Wall, Mrs. W, E. Torode, Mrs y'tu, 1\\
'of my feet
these fall blossoms. Balancing lets her sense humor Interfere hold
session' was held, presided over Charles Mrs. H. M. Rich OUt
: regular monthly business Darby tin then
with her work PIney Brown
f the central low
arrangement were by Mrs Grace Wainwright It ard and Mra. E. L. Mathews.
meeting will be held and the Change of Seen*" Earl Camp- out drummln up worker .
:, silver candle holders containing was decided at the meeting that
Royal Service program of the The beautiful birthday cake bell, ex-Blanding Center bookkeeper Virginia Smith developln' into,
yellow candles: and place cards Baptist W. M. a., will be presented house" at the recreation hall Sun- was iced in white and pink and startln' work Thursday as quite a public speaker! Per-
were also yellow and white. at the Church next Monday the class would sponsor "open held the words "Happy Birthday"In a sub. clerk In the Blanding P. O. sonal nomination for one of the;
As a memento of the occasion, I afternoon, Nov. 2. Circle Three day afternoons for the benefitof pink letters on a white back- Luclan Conner trane/errin' most worthwhile persons in town: '
the honor those who desired take 'ad-
I guests were presented I,will have charge of the program. to ground. The three little pink from Keesler Field, Miss., to Ros- Bem Burns > Could write vol-
with a pair of small brass-candel- of facilities there. It
The officers for the new year vantage tapers were blown out by "Butch", well New Mexico ; Earl umes tellln' why but think it's
abra. Invited to be with Mr, and also decided that the fourteachers
will be installed at this time and was after which the cake cut and
" was George now stationed at Coast The
Mrs. Johnson: hardly necessary girls
Rev. G Sirs. SHOIDiet's
were eight guests -- C Powell.
all members are requested to attend Grace served with ice cream to the Guard Base No. 6,.Ft. Lauderdale are ver' grateful to L,. G. Hem- EF
; Wainwright, Fred Guy and guests. Hard candles in bright Likes It fine-'specially since ingway who's donated so
" New Arrival W. H. Nollman--continue to alternate many
colors were given as favors. the Mrs joined him there hours repairing I machines at
L In the future in the
Mr and Mrs Charley'E. Johns U. D. C. Will Meet Little people enjoying t h I eparty Took it quite some time to get Starke, Lawtey an' Hampton .
, past.At Jule and Nencle Be- around to me, but I still think it's Another hard worker; Mra. Steve
, announce the arrival of a daughter The W T Weeks Chapter U. the close of the business were have
Markleyann on Saturday, Oct. D. C., will meet Wednesday afternoon fens'Ion, Mr. Powell took charge of van, Jane: and Henry Rlcharde, a good story ,. About the Inebriated Weldon ,., U she can find'the oQr'I
soldier who scanned the > I
I 24, in the Alachua County Hos- at four o'clock; with Mrs. FALL .
the recreational hour, and many Sandra Johns: Mary Agnes Matthews Starke book for Inter-
pital, Gainesville. Ethel M. Biggs as hostess Interesting games and stunts Virginia Jean Darby, Billy estin'-lookln' numbers About 4 ACTION RELIEFFOR FOOT WE A
were enjoyed. Tot'ode, Jo: Ann Smith, Carol and the only "Miss" he could find was

i'' OPEN FROM 11 A. M. TO 11 I'. !M. It was decided to hold an entertainment Walter Jennings: Sherry Red- Carrie Amelia Ray so he gave
I on the third' TuesdayIn grave, Buzzy and Lou Green, Gall her a ring at 12 o'clock one mid- ACID INDIGESTION DAINTY room
LUNCHEON35c each month Duke, Glen and Bill Wood. night The ensuing conversa- REPAIRS

i tion must have been VERY In- OUR SPECIAL

terestln' Would have given
my next month's salary to have -,
I' Carolyn Callstreet been listen In' in! i e Finest Leather
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! (, DEVILED CRAB CALFS LIVER-2 VEGETABLES Thought I wall Meeln things

f : NO DRINK OR DESSERT Land Bake alive! Never ed in a piano recital las' week early Tuesday morning when an SOc e The

f We Maintain The Cleanest Place In Town have I seen a week so fraught beln' the only Academy-Ite on the Innocent looking Pontiac sedan Electric ShoeS
with fond farewells If the program-all others were college stopped down town an' school kids Across From
t boys keep jumpln' Into khaki at students an* much older girls began to emerge from every con Carpenter's Drug Store ]

i GUIDON GRILL the rate they're doing now, It's Congratulations, Kay Keep up ceivable cranny .. First came
, gonna be a long hard winter for the good work The ole Christ- Clarence Thomas, the driver, thenIn <00-- -.--,-,,-.-._._ .....____

; Opposite Courthouse Jim Forrest, Mgr. maiden ladles! L. O. Jones: mas Rift problem will soon be rapid succession: Dot Faxon,
\ Phone 90 Resale Colt .I, Ovid Lewis reported td Blan- In' for something really novel why Billy Brooks, George Kenla, Nick
\ ding Wednesday Bill Graham not give your man one of those Kenls. Darwin Smith, Dennis ?
", Into the Navy Monday an' Van new goose-feather shavln brushes Smith an' Junior: Brooksgrandtotal !
t Carden ditto Tuesday Calvin the local druggeries are featurln of ten! Seems they all
, Williams chose the Marine Corps now -. It should tickle him to attend school here and hall from
Loran Conner the Air Corps- death my dear-I mean literally! Kingsley Lake except Dot, who _
s! departin' Wednesday for Tyndall Where's my commission Item: spent the night there with a girl
: I Field Halite Jones also to Eva Stump (Mrs. F. F) has already chum Call St. got a taste of
>' I the Air Corps Perry Newsome disposed of that extra pa- what a real Invasion might seem A Nice Assortment of Electrical Appliances

a a .n. also among the current inductees jama top as) a result of my men- like when a string of roarln' tank- ,..Toasters, Irons Corn Poppers,,
Law me! "Kiss the boys lookin' things, full of helmeted Sandwich Toasters, Etc. Our Present
tion several weeks' .
goodbye" used to be a pretty good ago Any- soldiers from Blandlng came Stock Will Soon Be Sold Out.
,, PROGRAM OP WEEK BEGINNING NOVEMBER 1, 1948 l slogan, but at the present rate body else have H white elephanton fipeedin' down the main drag

It's a physical Impossibility your hands? Just apply to Wednesday afternoon, motors -,_._---
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY T C. C. for advertMn. rates back-firing like a bevy of ack-
NOV. 1-2-3 Always knew Catharine Noll ack guns A few more demonstrations CHROME\ PLATED WARE IS NOW
man would do herself an' like this
--- proud Genial Charlie, Ward celebratedhis might start OFF THE MARKET-WE ARE STILL
'1'- it' now I hear she's been given aleadin' 76th birthday anniversary by imaginations work In' and boost
! 5_ part in the Senior play at startln' to work. in Alvarez', fll- Civilian Defense cooperation 'aPrivate
fiAT''D'.' It'0' Brenau Academy Also appear- lln' the vacancy left by Bill's de- -
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S +e :
'.at.Gtoe = J JonesT
I NEAR ,s oR_r_ aorrt /; \'*"'" : MANY 'HOLIDAY GIFTS ARE ON

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with Rumford, the baking
powder that never leans a cook up a
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I t "Who Do You Think You'ro Fooling""Th % It:l" other businesses. First in the labor situation. We cannot get the

I f, New Generation" ;,',-+.-:"; trained help necessary to give you the kind of service you would expectin

I "JURY TK1AL" LATEST NEWS f<".r,1'<<- normal times. Second our delivery service is handicapped due to t the
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[ WEDNEDAY THURSDAY, NOV. 4-5 L Government's conservation policy. If the route salesman does not

v '" BIG DOUBLE FEATURE ht quickly as you would like, it is because he is unable to do so. If your

No. l-"Magnificent.Amberaons" ta\ : laundry is not -returned as soon as you were accustomed in normal times

,t( ff JOSEPH With )'Nt that 'is the result of the present emergency. If there are times you could
": bring your clothes and call for them, you would be doing your bit toward
No. 2-"Tough A. They Come" your
the Have
war effort.'" There are other ways you could he p.
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f DEAD END KIDS PAUL KELLY HELEN PARISH clothes ready when.,the salesman calls, thereby eliminating the necessityof
I'. ... t lONE RACK FALLDRESSES a set t
LATEST WAR NEWS a second call. If you are a regular customer,
': f & ; time for him clothes I when
to call.
Arrange'to be ready to receive your
.. "t FRIDAY DOUBLE SATURDAY FEATURE NOV. 6-7' SUITS4/_ ''w they are delivered. Return the hangers on which 'your clothes arereturned. ( '

t No. "Danger In The Pacific" ONE RACK FALL 1 When the present supply of hangers is exhausted there will 1 be
;:. [' With JACKETSGreirtr no more forthe duration. This should not'- seriously effect a communityof i

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r BITS of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Earl P. Fountain, who has WCTU GLEANINGS: I,

been for the past few months eTNN Ia.-.InlmFhhl!+;*+=MhhIMINNIMh NN' :>t.M' MNNNnI M'H (

living In Starke with her mother:, : '
Mrs. R. A. Thomas left recentlyfor TODAY'S CHALLENGE TO

Fay a 111, Mrs. Mae Edd Lt, Murry T. Oakley, who has I Mrs. W. A. Stern and Miss Bragg, near Muscogee, Okla.. \VOMKN VOTERS

Joe Edward attended Just completed his 3-months' I Louise Stern spent Wednesday to be near her husband who is Today'N Situation

services Saturday for Balder Courbe at the Anti-aircraft Offlc- i afternoon in Jacksonville.' stationed at Camp Oruber.:

19 eon of Mr. andK ero' Training School u t Camp Mrs. Shelly Hall left yesterday Mrs. E. S. Matthews is visiting We are now at wa/ Discarding I

Wilder, formerly of Davis, N. C., received his!! commission for Miami to spend! sometime her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. the experience of the first World

but now living in Jack- as a 2nd lieutenant and will I with friends. and Mrs. H B McLemlon In Or- War and refusing to adopt the -=4 eaj

died as the result arrive in Starke today for a visit lando. measures then taken to protect

pi He received In an accloramlo. with his wife, the former Miss I I Fort Pvt.Kellvlew and Mrs M. C. Wells of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hardee and our soldiers from exploitation by ------
will Dorothy White I Va., and Mr. and the gambling vice and In-
Mrs. Wilder I Mm. Tillman children, Dlan and Ranny, Jr., of liquor I
Hutto of Jacksonville -
timbered here as MIss Mrs. O. W. White had ax. her Jacksonville spent the week-end terets---measures! which Genera-
!! were guests Sunday of :Mr.
Bpreccott.Ic week-end guest her cousin, J. K. !I and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. visiting here. Pershlng said enabled us to send
Black of Atlanta i across the seas the cleanest army;
J. Powell left Tuesday Ga. Lands are pernument investment -
two-weeks' visit wither Mr, and Mrs. Charles Burtonof Mrs. Rollle Thompson of Ash ... As war progresses money any country ever produced- .we
r a land. Wla.. and Mrs. Helen Babin find
our military authorities purveying -
In Uiyba. New Mex. Brooksvllle spent the week-end wilt get cheaper" lands higher.
( of Ponchatoula, La., are new em- beer to the soldiers In the
with Mrs. Burton's father, J. B. Time now to buy lots and build
of Washington D.expected Rowe.B. ployes at Alexander's.Mrs. mull bonus Highway lots cheap government canteens and refURlnito ci ;

Haile hereto R. Wltkovski Floyd Green and Miss for cash or term. D. K. Knight ban the sale of Intoxicants. intones +
( to arrive and W. M. Ed- the
Betty Green surrounding
were visitors to Among those attending the Flor- army;
with his wards have
awhile accepted positions as _
spend JackHonville Saturday. football In camps. bL
and Mrs. W G. ticket agents for the Orange ida-Mississippi game
Mr, Lines,' Inc., at Camp Blanding.Miss While you bare mean 'In time Gainesville Saturday were: Mrs.' This policy Is dictated by the

Jane to buy und build small home ten Robert B. Wear, Mlns Katherine Democratic party administration.
Betty Nolman whois
teaching Home Economics in l.iKliwuy lotn.. For Hale cheap on Wear, John Wear Mrs.' J. W. It Is not opposed. or hindered by

Jacksonville tei'ina. D. ":. Knight. + Brownlee, Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Miss the! Republican party In Congress
!!, spent the week-end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jamef Go uolll, Jr., of the U. Virginia Sewell, Miss Roberta and la supported by the two Re- 4

W. H. Nollman. S. Navy, who was on a short Whltfleld, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice publican members; of the PI'esldent' -

CRYSTAL CLEAR cleaning furlough with his parents Mr. Edwards and daughter Carolyn, cabinet secretary of War ..,
I and Mrs. James H. A. Manassa, Eldridge Smith, Stlmson and Secretary of the allF ..
tried and true tailoring, at theStarkeBItUnlC Godbold, of Jacksonville ', j
Tailors opposite was here Friday visitinghis Congressman and Mrs. R. A. 'Navy Knox. ..a.. .
Park Theatre. aunt Mrs. S. S. Dowling and Green and nieces, Collette Caro- What are the vomen voters

1 Mim Gayle Sewell, who Is attending other members of her family. lyn and Anlce Green MUm Jewell going; to do about this situation? Let's Have a Party While Witches Play

s the Folrlda State College Pvt. Charles W Savage of the Prepnell.! Mr, and Mrs. Julius L. Will they keep silent or pussyfoot (See Recipes Below.) .

s for' Women U. S. \ Thorn Joe Andrews Sara Barefoot or compromise; or will theyspeak I
at Tallahassee, (is Marines who has ppcnt' the Pranks
\\tnch AmericanAnd few several months Jacqueline Andrews, Nina out and vote. their convictions Halloween
spending a days here with past taking. a Halloween. Party .
Bishop, and FreddieVlmberly.. ? -
her.. parents Mr. and Mrs. W. B special radio course a t Grove -
Danish Sewell. City, Pa., was here Saturday at Mrs. James Lambe and her I Do not forget as you did In October's the month which flaunts Roasted Wienies on Buns I
daughter Mrs. W. B. McDonald 1932 that to In effect her gay, burnished colors as a prelude
the home of his wife's parents, I put your Mustard Relish
\\ASTRIES Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White. Pvt. of St. John New Brunswick principles requires a political to winter. -
Canada, who is visiting here, It's the month of Olnaerhrea"Doulhnut.. i
Savage and wife left Sunday party committed to your program
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and elder
spent Wednesday In Jacksonville apples Mulled Pineapple Juice ;
1 You in "
morning for Jacksonville N. C. forcefully pointed out your .
Our Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. Mrs. Clyde of pumpkins and .'
Try Taffy Popcorn
CITY TRANSFERWE William of St. Petersburg declaration of 1932 that both ma-
Llppold squash againstdry '
L. Brownlee and
Powell, Mrs. H.
and William jor political parties had abandoned sheaves of Recipes Given
OUGHNUT'SFresh won, LIppold,
Mra J. E. Futch spent Tuesday
HAUL ANYTHING- Jr., who la a member of the American ideals of government. corn stalk of fragrant
faculty of the University of In Jacksonville Their handling of the liquor ginger:
Daily' ANYTIME : W. H. Nolman recently returned question! has not improved since she from the more conservative II
Florida s. bread or doughnuts -
v ,* were week-end guests at ____ __
the home of Mrs. Robert H. from a business trip to Sebring. then. To achieve moral objectives fried- crisply tender in hot starling you serve this golden pineappledrink

Phone 132-J Wear: Capt. E. R. Smyth arrived here in government these parties deep fat.October's with a suspicion of spice. The
\ .BINE'SAKER route to Ft Jackson, vitamins BI and C in the pineapplewon't
Mrs. F. H. Long Is at Fort Sunday en must both be abandoned.The the month of Halloween let-down In morale
S. C., and was accompanied home Immediate need Is ror those. when witches, spooks and black permit any
Y Bennlng. Ga., visiting her son and
Owned & Operated By Mrs. Smyth who spent the who and wee and pep:
laughter-in-Iaw Major and Mrs.T. : by believe in prohibition cat make merry. Big ones or
[312 W. Call St. MALLORY C. THOMAS T. Long. pant six weeks here with her humanitarian principles to get to- ones will love a party that mingles Mulled Pineapple Juice

Mrs. D. 1'. Carpenter returned mother, Mrs., Bertha Pearce I gether in one political party. The what's best in October with the (Serves 4 d)

Why rent when you can own Prohibition party proves a haven spookiest of wha l'* Halloween. I Inch stick of clnnamen ., ;i iS
home Monday night from Bacon-
-- .. .. _.p, ------ ton, Ga., where she visited her your home Highway lots for Hale I If the women voters of America Pretty up with a party and give whole cloves I''\,' j

cheap push or term-. -I). E. will come Into that party and your spirits a lift with traditional IS teaspoon cloves \: -
BUSINESS FOR SALE mot her Mrs. W. T. Jackson. .' .. ,j
Knight make food that's on strings, a grated'nutmeg .
F'rlends here are glad to know it their own, helping to easy purse W teaspoon ;.. .
CLEAN NEW I and in hit with the party-gocri. Decorationscan unsweetened "{.',j
NICE, EQUIPMENTNEON that Mm Jackson Is now Improving -, Mrs. Jane Koaner was a visitor strengthen manage It quart canned -
FLUORESCENT LIGHTS rupldly.Mro. : in Jacksonville Wednesday. every state they can move rapIdly be nature's own. a pumpkin or Hawaiian pineapple ', ,1
two whole or cut into a jolly face
W. H. Hart and Mrs. C. H.Nasworthy : toward their objectives and perform Juice
ished Living Quarters New Furniture New lit with candle glow, squash and apples
national service.
were shopping In Jack- G.: S. O. Meeting a Pinch of salt

odern Frame Building 3 Choice Lots Large sonville Saturday. I Held Tuesday Night Wenley MelhodUt Discipline red banked leaves with, deep bowls yellow of apples brownor Tie the spices In a small piece ol

Drive and Trailer Park Mrs. Beatrice Hogg of Jack- See88 "Temprranco" Prohl grapes, popcorn and spicy drinks. cheesecloth add them to the pineapple '?.

sonville spent the weekendwlth The Girls Service Organizationof bit Ion" juice, and bring to the boiling '
I black cats,
Let the paste
"We therefore believe that the children
her mother, Mrs. Edith Brown. the USO met at the USO- point, but do not boiL Add salt
,400 TOTAL PRICE FOR ALL INCLUDING true and for owls and witches onto mugs and invitations -
Mrs. F. A. Scott, Mrs. Jennie YMCA Tuesday evening- with Ml s only proper remedy Serve Immediately.
to come at
STOCK ThornqupKt and Mrs. Emma Mur- Evelyn Stump as acting", chairman. the gigantic evil of the liquor their favorite inviting spook guests be It an owl, Gingerbread wears a party air II

0. Box 184 Starke, Fla. phy are delegates to the State Miss Faye Peterson was 'unanimously traffic Is Its entire suppression; witch astride a broomstick, or a' you decorate the tops with: II frosting

.. I W. C. T. U. Convention In Gainesville elected special service of- and that all our people and true linking: cat. outline of a Halloween symbol aftei ;
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I this week. ficer and Miss Virginia Sewell Christiana everywhere a h o u.1 d Have a good hot dish If you are It Is cut into slices Here's a recipe ..r

Mrs. Jack Williams and sister- was elected secretary The OSO pray and vote against this evil, having the Halloween party indoors for gingerbread that's light as down i,

In-law, Mrs. Dick Williams both was divided Into six service units, and not suffer themselves to be something fixed In advance that and exquisitely fragrant: with apices :*

NAT SEZ: of Gainesville were guests Sun- four in Starke one at the State controlled by or support political you can put in the oven to get warm In correct proportions: !\

day of the former's mother, Mrs. Farm, and one at Lake Butler. parties which are managed in the slip out In a hurry to get to the table .Gingerbread.5i 1

Don't be surprised If you see some B.: .>acobs. I Temporary special service officersfor Interest of the drink traffic". like Juna fish souffle, cheese fondue, cup shortening f.

tabor ,. und Ira their A. A. Griff I pharmacist at the them units were appointed a8 (Concluded) maenronl nd4:% cheese with broiled tt! cup brown sugar '
nC't.: 'I Nora Anderson (Furnished and paid for by the baco,,-allcfi; or'a hamburger roast. _- !
;ano I\ '',, Drug" Store, has been follows: No, 1. Mills !i cup Ilght"molaaaeri ;
,p. underwear noon. at home ill for the past six ; No. 2, Miss. France Opper- Starke W. C. T. U.) Outdoor plans may include a wienie !1y cup boiling water I II

( '-Now this Is confidential between weeks. 'I man; No. 3, Wins. Patricia Keen; i roost, with the children participating I beaten egg '

(fKVNTAI CLKAIl: cleaning: No. 4. Miss, Irene Matthews; No. W. S. C. S. Circlet, at the outdoor fireplace or grill. ly! flour f '
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UH girls and I don't Want togo '' 'I Ox the cups
trlisi. and true tailoring, at the 'fj, Mlsw: Margaret Strlngfellow; It you prefer hamburgers salt ""
may further, but a few of them No.6, Miss Jeanne Lee of Laka. Circles of the Woman's Societyof patties indoors with their season !1y I teaspoon tH ,
StarkeltlandlngTailor*, oppositeI'ark i
Christian Service of the Methodist ings. wrap In w'u" paper ready for Jl teaspoon noda't 't' :
old me that If they couldn't get Theatre. I Butler.A I II 1 '
I church will meet Monday broiling. Wienies require thorough 't teaspoon ginger J Ji 'illi i
cuffs on their trousers they justwouldn't
Mrs. L. A. Davis returned Sat- GSO pin of blue and gold was I I : .
I afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Circle wl1shnll.: ,i teaspoon
wear any.I urday from Sarasota where she awarded to each member having I ,
I One will be entertained by Mrs Pour >water over shortening and :
reckon Sherman" was right. presided over the convention of nerved as many a8 .-25 hours at L. W. Koch ; Circle Two by Mrs Construct a simple grill outdoors add sugar, molasses and egg. Beat .1\\
the Florida division of the U. D.
the USO club. for roasting wieners If you aren'llueky
,. ,. Bertha Pearce; and Circle Three well. Add sifted dry Ingredients, j
r rII rr C. to have brick grill.
by Mr. K.: L. Matthew enough a beat until smooth. Bake In a waxed-

.:;:.:,.:.} '1, PriceGoodmanThe : This will take a lot of the roughhouse paper-lined square pan In a mod. I
'Ii RISING ,outdoors and save wear and erate ODO-degree) oven. Cool In
j i 1 marriage of' Miss Elizabeth: tear on your house. Games will pan. ; :
; 'Ann Goodwin, daughter. of Mrs. Hy Mr. fiddle: Norman most likely be outdoors It It Isn't 1
I If ifs doughnuts you've a liking ; j
Goodwin of Detroit. Mich., too cold as the revelers will wantto n
IJillliir! I Mr. und Mrs. Victor Jane and : for I'd suggest the kind made with 'Y;ii {i-
and Donald Price of Camp Blan roam with spirits and ghosts. .
ticm, Bobbie, und Mis.1 Nellie i sour cream or milk. They have a

@ ..........:. ding, son of Mrs. Harlan IVIce. Green and son Junior, all of Few foods equal the deliciousness ,lightness. of a feather that is the .
iID also of .Detroit, was solemnizedat of wienies roasted over the flames ; criterion for a "sinker.'
Brooker visitIng Mr. and
: .. two o'clock: Saturday afternoon, on forks or sticks fashioned from .f
Mm. Eddie Norman Sunday. I 'Sour Milk Doughnuts. :. :'i 1
1 I -,... at the First Baptist Church in branches, depending on your degreeof
ok i 1I 1S I
ok ,
Starke. The Rev. A. E. Light- Mr. and Mm". Paul Underhill going In for naturalness. (Makes Z dozen) f..,I:
v> IJ have moved from this section to : flour .!
,. of long buns already split cups .
: :;::::: ; foot, pastor, performed the double Plenty ,
tJf muke their home with Mrs. Under Indoors before the party and heaped cup sugar 'it P, s 1 1I
<1 WAR INSURANCE ring ceremony.
Ill's father, Ralf Alvarez. high In a basket tablespoon melted shortening rt./1
} Mrs. L. A. Canova, church or- Eddie Norman, Mrs.. J. 10:. Nor are indicated, ce e H teaspoon soda !

," FACTS. for ganist, played selections of nuptial man Joe Norman and Herbert They're best c "'"4 :* eggsi .,

music Including the traditional Norman were visiting In Gainesville when toa.tedwith teaspoon salt
wedding marches. Sunday. lots of butter -
.- -- ".- PROPERTY OWNERS The bride was lovely In her mustard ?1y teaspoon nutmeg .

{ '"\ c, ,-t. gown of white brocaded taffeta showeY! of white rosebuds. relish, catsup or .. !14 cup sour 'Ik :

L and her veil of Illusion tulle wan Mrs. Rosamond Schulklns of homemade chill .+ \\1i' 'Sift flour, sugar nutmeg and salt

1 attached to a coronet of white Detroit was matron of honor and sauce as accompanlrnents "* Dissolve soda In. sour milk. Beat'
CANNOT collect
\: You rosebuds. She carried a white Sgt Charles Pettit of Camp Elan- for wienies roasted to eggs welt and add
fire insurance
;t ( under your present if Bible on which was arranged a clinic was bent man. doneness with a taste of smoke and milk to eggs. Add
policies your property
ashes.If to dry ln red-|
U damaged or destroyed by '- - --- - ,.r
--- you go In for toasting marshmallows rl sofa then mix ,In

J enemy attack. along with wienies try J melted shorten

sLaurel. them rolled !In coconut just for a I ing. Roll out and
Ze You CAN protect your taste of something different. They're ..r cut with a doughnut -

r home business property and really good! cutter. Fry In
contents from loss caused by You can't have enough hot foods deep hot fat ((360-
-- : attack if you purchaseWar 370 F.) until brown.
.- enemy as the weather Is bound to be on degrees golden
( Damage Corporation In saen the crisp and chilly side. There will Drain on brown paper 1

: c.j aurance. be cheers from the boisterous and Fun's In store for the youngstersIf

you let them polish off the party n
3. You CANNOT obtain with, these old-fashioned sugar ;' t'I

War Damage Corporation Insurance saving
LYNN SAYS: popcorn :

REGENCY against raid damage The Score Card: Comer your Taffy ball.:1; ,

after it occurs. share of these food bargains during 4 cups ,

the next few weeks; Cabbage, :5 cups shelled peanuts

4. You CAN buy War apples, plums, pears, green peppers .*i cup molassrs tN.i

by Jq Damage Corporation Insurance lima beans and cauliflower. )i cup sugar '
f -q at rates so moderate that with"yidtityf '+w i.dolitga1lwilt4n The well-dressed table will also I tablespoon butter 1

you cannot afford to be with- wear eggs, chicken and Cheddar 1 tablespoon vinegar I
/ out it. For example the rate cheese not only for variety but H cup water :

for dwellings and contents .. ; lp also economy. !_ teaspoon soda \
this lot per $100 of insurance per r y Style your table with carrots, Mix molasses sugar, butter, water J>'
You'U applaud ( and'vinegar. Cook slowly end without :
THE COVEY potatoes, turnip greens, beets and
romantically feminine 1) 4 1+ -Vitro imortStop.in beet tops, mustard, spinach Good stirrlpg/ until the crack stage !is '.'. ;

beau- ,llpb.". er ti in for you, and perfect with most reached. Add soda and stir well. ,
'--- gown that Luxes 50 Add remaining Ingredients and mix
Write HI today. ?+ q ..lestteiz.dV'tl.5OJ other foods in the meal.
tifully.You'll be a lovely lady ,6X .j ; soft ilIad or Standardized bottles have been well before pour ig Into shallow

t Bu'rds( Brown Coro- ordered for wines jellies and well-greased psns. When cold, cut
in the dark in fluid lines for sleek slimness dainty ...ri cul Kid. preserves. Home-canning jars Into bars or squares.

lace and fagocting for waistline and pretty shoulders. are not affected In this order of Cake Mahntf! UtrnJ Makiatf 1
young H. C. WALL the War Production board. Cookie liitltini: HuJurl fit'Uft Hoaifktrplngf i
$5.95ALEXANDER Variety notes: if don't have Yea nann the un>blm end
D,......,."" color'in Saris, Cnt. Polks- $3.95 AGENCYPHONE porterhouse this often you you can explain It. Mitt/ Lynn Cnambm mill !

da sad Flail Prior v. lint 32 l. 40Sternberg's I have excellent dishes from lesser b* glad to file you ri mint la her, enclosing a adJ.4uUreasei
146 known cuts of meat such as liver, .. I
& CO. stamped envelope / r your reply !
kidneys, heart sweetbreads and "'..,.", i\riri/x/M (''';0.., 110 Smith I,

Starke Florida tongue lf>t>laint S>rn, Chicago, lit.Bl '
STARKE. FLA. ( **..
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Auto OverturnedA (Continued from page three) D Durranco. J. F, .Klllln/C.wOl'th.K. ;r. Netl1 .

Dukes. H. K. U "
OUR SERVICE MEN r.......... W. C. PhllllpH. Hazel. Hlbley. W. S.Hwlndell. Howling; Mrs Rhoda Kelley Klllirncsworlh. AI" '"
1936 Ford sedan! driven by LewIv. Annie 1* Prevail. I.oulsePrevalt. Double 11' ttortrufU, 'ijt..q P
Devoted to Item* ./.t.reot .......r.i.. Lo...... Ben Paul B.Prevatt. .Hwlndell. Florence Putrcll. W. M. Kerce. J. M I" nq
Bradford (,.....F bar row .er,'ls.sr. I'mrl Walter Leonard colored, was I.oprr, MamieM John Nulllvan Perry M.Klbley. (} Kerce. Annie """II'rl"1t. II
Nam. Parr.b. ..d frlritdn .ro .r..J tnr Phillips MildredPuck Mrs. Mall la "r't"' ,
.M>_r... fer rl.. .. l. ....... ..< ........ overturned early last week May. If. D. ham, Gertrude Hlbley Elbert Oreen. Mrs. HarahOlbson. l.a&.nbY" 3ft.. .. 1 I" 11.11": Ra'pl'

mm from are the. also...>,.. rmarmtnl...... from to bom write. .to..nl.the-. at tbe corner of Call and Church Moore I). W. Prevail Mamie Jones Sullivan.Snyder W.Felix W. M. ( .. MlncyIrlmeH. C. .I, M Idaenby/. U It r xrrleh. oft Auk,

T.I..r.... ....artlM. ....... sad ..."d.... streets:! when a car, driven by J. Mitchell.. "Florence MorganMoore. j.lliiley, D. L.. Kt. Johns S. Victor H Howard.. W. C. )Moody Moody Obey n ItIlUI.hauler.
of I..r.... May. Mae M Swindell. JlnnleSullivan. J Nat Cl t'

R. Miller struck its right rear Moore Howard Sullivan C. Edna Johnn. ('. A. Jr. Merrtti Fannie knot,goy" .
Mason Mr.. Ma.lI'u..r..l.oIwlnd.lI.. H. R. T Virginia )'
Sidney Griffls son of Mr. and Field Panama City Fla. H e fender. After: being 'put backon McUruder J. H.N Sullivan. A. KSpeed Trieit, B. E. Johns.Johns H.M. I I.. Moody J. Leila, EI ill
Moody Ferlna t.r'lrk
Mrs. A. F. Grfffis of Starke stopped here en route to Fort its feet" by a wrecker Leon N.al. Oeo. P. Swindell.' Jame.Willis Trlest. T. B. Johnson. O. S.Johns. Moody W. K, "Ulh.'I.'It.,
automobile J. A. P. Moody, Joe l
started puttering with Myers, where he will be an Instructor ard drove the Ford away apparently Neal. Cleveland. Hulllvan. Mabel Trlest Z Floyd Johns. Mrs H I* Merrltt. Ida J, app"lh.'I.qt, II. p
engines: while in his early 'teens Neal Kvereltr Sullivan Mrs. Elva Keller, J. J. John. H. M. Moody Alton tnoad,6.lilt
at tbe air station there.
little worse for the ex- John. W. J.
and this valuable' experience Phillips, D. J. Sullivan Mrs. Floy2elgler, Ruth Moody Leona ttokex If
y Nettles he likes Johns W. N. Moody, Ida papa. YablJohns.
Sgt. flying
now. It says perience. A bumper was torn
In mighty handy Minnie
coming No. 7 -New RiverA Moody Wer Precinct .
enabled him to- advance rapidly even better than football when from Mr. M tier's Car and he took Johns. J. I.* Moody Krjonl. Nhrppa,and,, h

'; and he is now "doctoring" high he used to play fullback for the I|L.the loss philosophically, saying Andrew., Mrs. R. K. Brown. Phoebe Johns.Johns. Miriam Reberott Moody Murrltt, Marlon Nan Shiver. IV.':

I peed aviation engines at the BHS Tornadoes and his many I'll just throw this on the Junk Andrew. O. W. Andrews, Mrs. C. E. Butler Sarah John. Mr.. M. J.. Moody Chester :Thnma:: .
f, school at friends here congratulate him on I pile at the school boose. It ls> Andrews, l turaAndrews. D C Johnson Mrs. Ethel Moody, Albert Turner'0.y'.
Army Air Corps flying: O. K. K MI.Hl. (l. (J. "',..
Midland, Texas. He Is now chief his rapid advancement in the Air, said that Leonard failed to stop Andrews... R.Mre.K. Winnie Butler Hutler. J.C. I C.* Crews. StaffordOrewB. (I. 111.Crews. L.Andr..w. Kelloy, B. J. Moody 8. W. Turner Turner gnpktry
Moody Nettle
of a seven-man crew of expert Corps. Ifor j( the Call Street crossing. M., Browning Lettey Fronts' Kelley, James Mobley Louts!. T.tstol. \r

aviation mechanic who see that _-__ _n' ___ ____ __ _u_. _. __ __.._ ._ _____ ______ ______- -- ___ _--_. ______ ____-nu__ -- Kelley. Lln..y MyrlerKellcy. Mlckens Mobey Ida H. M. ::: 0"orna"'.,, II"delley

f heavy planes, aloft on bombing K J. 8. Moody Mrs. Ella Mu, ::: 11"1,,

mission, are In tip-top condition SAMPLE BALLOT-GENERAL ELECTION K..ll.v.. E.Mm.L. D. W. MoKelley McCulloiiKh. J. M. Tomllnreoq" K. lit/

r beforethey leave the ground. Kelley bone, r.. McCollouKh. Nora W
November 3 1942 K..ll"v. H. C.Knlffht. MorullouKh. I.e.t..r Wlgtlntk
Y. T. McCollouKh. p
well Into his Mrs 5labie Wllllq
Ed Silvernall Is Knight IdaKillinitsworth. N ,JYat.

+ basic training course a t Fort PRECINCT NO. J. K. Nettles, D. Carl Watsop wtsoynPrecinct

Knox. Ky. where he was sent :

d member of the Volunteer Officers No. 8
as a Bradford County FloridaMake -Brooke-.
Corps. H e Is with an
A Oay. Mr, o. A.
armored division and writes that - Andreu, E. B. Oreen. Kufus McNel, J IL

4 he to more than pleased and with his a Cross (X) Mark before the I For Board of Public Instruction, stitution by' adding Section 46 providing( Andru, ,KthelAndrews loneAtkinson. Oille.Oreen.Itachel Mathew MeGaUI.r.lI"AU..n. \IrK..er:Got

Army life In general Bradford for the election of Circuit C.' L. CJrlm..., Nancy
of service In particular. name of the Candidate of your Choiceor County, District One Judges. n. O. Oaln..y, IMedtcer W
Vote for one: Allen Mr. K. a. Gray. F. K.. Nrxtey I ikM
if you wish to vote a Straight For the Amendment Atkinson, Minnie Oray Mrs F. KHasen. !Senlr Nichol. C

( Milford Barton, who was for Democratic Ticket make an X .in the J.' S., NORMAN B Brown It A H 0 q. p

merly associated with his father a. W Berry, ;
Barry. O. W. Rqe.
In the plumbing business In circle below: Against the Amendment Brown Mrs. M. Ise.Hodge.. W. R. I'

In war Brown H. C. Hasen. E. M. Wnholitw i
Starke. bas been engaged NOMINEES Baxter J. ... Harr.. I. W. if. Padxru I j j
work at the Melbourne Naval DEMOCRATIC For Board of Public Instruction ..- Baxter W. (1. Hasen. B. F. I'olk. 1.: t

Base for the past five week and Bradford County, District Three ;'vn.L.W",4, Hasan HodKe., Amerlcus John: {Pinhabdn'jlnhulitS,;:Ott

was here on business recently. He Vote for one: No..r.CONSTITUTIONAL. 5 Harry Matt L 1'1 a&..n. Minnie P.rl"h o' "

latter part of last Baxter O. W. HodKe, Winnie 1'lIrl.b it *
left the AMENDMENT Brown Reata HodKe. Minnie "i'arkrrL4!
week for Jacksonville to enter O O. C.KELLYPROPOSED Hloss. Leila Mae Hasen.: Mrs.. M. I:. 'Parker, 0 H. ,
electrician's mate ARTICLE XVI Blocs Frank Hasen. U. l l'ark.r'LiBarfield. ; ..li I IParrluli
the Navy O. L. fudge, 1> E. l'hlholI; Yu,
3rd class. To amend Article XVI of the Florida Barfleld. Mrs. O. L. Harrell. M O. b.dl.
Constitution Beats Luclle Howard. H'Ii I .., j .
by adding a section: permitting '
Padgett i.
Boan. K. Hough H.: L. c-
Sgt. Dan Haren. who has been CONSTITUTIONAL the Legislature to vest powers In a Brown. Leroy HodKes, IJennU! Harrlnh.,lilt r
Lockheed AirCraft Brown. L. A. Jr. Hough M. .dl""". C.PHalrd.
at the Board Commission rules
to make
studying AMENDMENTS Mrs "HorchleBailey. lawn:, R.: E, "olk. Ymkf !,
School, Santa Monies. Make .a Cross (X) Mark ,before regulations relating to the conservation.f A. C. HodKo, H. Y. 1'olk 1 adiwL', 4 tBaxley

Calif., for the past; four weeks, "F 'r' the Amendment" or "Againstthe salt water fish and salt water products. .. Mar John A.Henry C.Barlow Harr.h.Hay. N.Luther'O. Jr. P'.lk., M1'rmcoli Iota

returned Thursday t 0 SpenceField N4 1CONSTITUTIONAL Baxter Beulah Lewis Hayes p. o. V. a
Moultrle. Ga., and will Amendment" In Toting for or For the Amendment C lI.rr.h. J. C. Hrwwoit PrcMoll. Dwk,1

wife here in Constitutional Amend. AMENDMENT Colson. O. B. Hough Carl 1' CW
probably visit his Against the Crews. Wallle Hasen V. V. hclpR, E.i II'hcllm '

tbe near future. meats. ARTICLE: IX Craws C. J. Harrell V; L. I'lnholrltr, Vm J, L
Against the AmendmentNo. Harrell Lucille
Colson. Ariaona I'II
Buckshot To amend Article IX of the Cone Llllle Hodires, E. W.
( ) Williams, Florida Constitution Hasen Mrs. Frankle ParrlhYa (1
Marlon Colson N. Alva
r son of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. W1 Representative In Congress from the by adding section to be Section Crosby. Clarissa 4as arrnEmory.n, Alph A. Parker:"rrli.li..., llrt B. LCro..by. .J

withthe 16 creating a State Board of Administration Crosby Ar L. .! I'arrluli, Nn j
up Harr.
llama of Starke, signed H. H. I. M. O.
State of Florida at Large I'lpkliM, "Lot
Air Corps In Richmond. Va. providing that for fifty years 2c per ICONSTITUTIONAL Clemons Alvin Ha..n, Mr>>.. II. F. PadnYnl.
Ha.en. hi. J
Vote for one: Cone. Clyde .
last week. gallon tax: on gasoline and fuels used to AMENDMENT Clemons. 10. 11 Hasen MrN. H. E. "I'.rl.h..rk..., Rw tar. |

LJEX GREEN propel motor vehicle shall be ret aside demons,' Mrs. E H. Harrell.A.UUY O. 'Ipkln an ti
< ARTICLE VU. SECTION demons, Mrs. A.
The Coast Guard continues to< for payment of outstanding county or road Crosby. Mm. H. B. Hasen. I. H. I'olk.Polk V.I"Alit h|
share of enlistees To amend Section 3 of Article VU ot Crosby. Mrs. Llllle Hasen. .Purvis
attract Its fair and bridge district bonds or other formsof Crosby Mrs.: Thelma HodKe. W. L.HodKe 'I'Klmer: 1 Neat'

from Bradford County. Among Indebtedness Issued prior to July 1, the Florida Constitution relating to census Crosby. B. Truby Purrldh folk Audrtr, lUrs
Hicks P. R.
those signing: up In the past fewda1l 1931 and for Colson. K. A. !'nkYn 0
highway purposes; and apportionment; providing that in Crewsj Edna Hayes, Ruby R
the service In
of To Be Representative Congress
with this Hasan. T. C.
vesting: in said Board the statutory powersof the 1925 Cassells, Alvin Rues lx.nkUoRira .
and regular session of the Legislatureand Harrell, Mildred
George packham DistrictVote Crosby Colonel A. V iHomr
are: from Second Congressional
Boards of County Commissioners and Cassells !ticks. Robert
Nancy *, 8. WHuKu .
Bart Geiger of Theressa. Sidney; for one: Bond Trustees with regard to such bonds in each regular session every toyears n Carlton.B.R. R. Hlcka. HanfordHarrell. VannCVntpesU .
Trieat and Wlllard Wynn of Coney. Eva RUM, J. B.Comp. .
HenryParker (except the power to levy ad valorem thereafter representation in the I Ella Harrell. Hula ,Iu.., WllmKlmM
Starke. and Alvin Wynn. KMORY H. PRICE: ...... Alfred HodKes, Ruby W. U
and Eugene Chason of taxes, which la specifically withheld). Such Senate shall be ,reapportioned to provide I Cassells. Beatrice HodKea. Mrs W R.HodKe Rimes" Mrt Ifltomr

tax on gasoline and motor fuels to be distributed for forty senatorial districts as nearly Collins, Vera ,,IveyHarrell Mrs .J. C 1101(.... Ynl\
Hampton. Crosby I!). B.Crosby. 1111. I
on a three way basis area population equal in population as practicable, and Lydia HodKe, -rAm n.o:. Koblnmn, WAHohlnwn. .
Mr. and Canton Mrs. Vlda Mae Harris. J ti'JlItu
Moore; son .of county contribution to State
Ll. Howard For Justice of the,Supreme Court that Broward County shall constitute the CrewH. Cora Harris OertrudeHazen. H. Bant, rllti
and Mrs D. W. Moore has com road construction In the ratio of distribution Crosby Madeline Mrs V. V. I L.KoberliS .
courseat Vote for threat 39th senatorial district and that Calhoun Clark. W. U Howard. Beulah Ibdarr;' ,
pleted an officers specialist as provided in Chapter' 15659, Acts Colson Clara Harris, n. L* : pCs \

Fort Sill. Okla., and Is now ALTO ADAMSH. of 1931; Also authorizing the Board of and Gulf Counties shall constitute the 40th Cason James A.I .- 'HodKe,. Mrs. W J.Harris Hod '" Nat r I

stationed with the 92nd Divisionat Administration to Issue refunding bonds senatorial district. n>yal. D. D. Harris,, Lottie John ItnbinNOatY 1I0hln..i.n.*|[

Atterbury. Ind., as Motor Officer I... (TOM) SEBRING maturing within said fifty year period; llyal. Truman D. Hardy, Mrs. Charles Lee linlii.ru. It: ,
Reba ..
He For the I>yal. l HaUle.Dyal. Hardy. Robcru. UItnliinwn.
I' for the 59th F. A. Bn. And gasoline or fuel tax anticipation certificates Amendment Mrfc. T1. IX Harrell; Melva lip

Is a graduate of BHS and the GLENN TERRELL. DUKlas.. J. K. Hicks, Bernice IIUHH. IX.ilUu
bearing interest at not more than Hodre Mr.. H. Y. .,. IrnuHUM.
uken.. W. M.
U. of F. and Is tbe proud fatherof 3 percent per annum; and authorizing any Against the AmendmentNo. Douglas, J. A. Hodge, Mrs. M. I* Frank

a nine-pound baby boy. David l>ees, C, C. Hazen. Elaine H
surplus, meeting debt KffleHarrell
requirements HodKe, $urrnrvUDukes
Fort Sill Drat
Wayne, born Sept. 28 at to be divided 80 percent to State Road R. K.Dukee. Mrs. Ouy Shaw, C. J.
His wife will Join him In a few Oracle Howell Mrs. Rosetta Shaw, i...(!.,
Department and 20 percent to County Duke. SallleDouKlas. Howell Johnnie noweilI.a.
weeks. 1
Harrell, Annie
"WlokMN i
Commissioners for road purposes. Authorizing A. W. Hardy Charles Jr SurrenrrY1tougla. !
) J>yal. Theo
A IB XJBI'S LIEUTENANT said Board to Invest and re-invest CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ., Iva lucks Nets lertrudeHall. hhaw. M T. '
'Rubylea tekes.. P CIeavla
Center Snell. formerly of Law. For Railroad CommissionerVote funds of one county in the bonds of another ARTICLE VIU Dyal, Lloyd I.em Howard. W. L. Stokr", Hj"J1Slcwart .

tey. who left Florida six years for two: county at 3 percent Interest And To amend Article VIII of the Florida uken. !oJ. C. J Howard I ye Ha "",. I. M hHiirrrt"

to make his home In California providing for of of Uyal Iwo W "-.I
ago payment expenses the Constitution by adding Section 11 Dyad Thelma Johnson Ernie Shaw
providing !
JERRY W. CARTER trphfl5tlDouglas
was back recently visiting Board of Administration; And providing for DouKtax. Sola .Ionen Mrs. Icrtla SnrrencIraDukes 11Hha
redistricting the J. W.
County Commissioners Johnson
cold friends In Bradford County.He EUGENE 8. MATTHEWSFor that said Board shall have the power to Districts of Dade County, providing Mrs. E. C. .....Joyner II. E. Hii-narl." *, t'r04Ie".on. T IDouglas.
bars In VictorJones.
now rates lieutenant's [ Vlrcle Jones
make and enforce all rules and regulations lira
that each W. B. Surrencr.
County Commissioner shall [ Lloyd
the Air Corps and came here Ham IIHurrencr.
to the full exercise of the Jones William II.JeneM ".Pp
necessary powers reside in Durrance. J. F.
district but .
be nominated
from MacDIll Field Tampa, wherehe Davis KdleeDukes. Thermon JJJJ
conferred upon It by tbe amendment.X and elected from Jerrell. Bennett W !Hurrtnmiwflrt/.
had been sent from the mid. the county at large I Bessie Jerre.ll. VandellaKelley I'"PP 1'10ra.

west for advanced training. After and fixing their terms of office. Davis Oeo., Roth'W.Orawdy K Vrcloiln. K., ,*
for the Amendment S.Kelley Sandal
leaving Florida Lester enteredthe Orawdy, T. L. C. lit""
Mrs. C. S.
Los Angeles Junior College Representative Bradford CountyVote For the Amendment rawdy: ees, Carneta, Ardell .. Kelley,, O. C.Kelley Shaw Am.HE ,.C< 7
,'larhn -
where he majored in Physical for one: Against the AmendmentNo. C. A. liora
Klein M. L. SIIPP. .
Edwards, TommleRdwards. .
Education, played football and Kelly Mr. O. C. I'lok.I.L
Against tbe AmendmentNo. C. T, JoolaJo
OEO H. IN MAN Mrs. J. H.Keene. Slokrt!
other sports. He enlisted In the Bdwards. J. V.. Kelley, C. Strwart., Yn
Air Corps 14 months ago as a Edwards T.: B. B.Xnlll'ht., James F. NIIDP j ( Earl a
!Edwards Mrs T. 1Irt.
result of CAA training and memo 2 Jo Edwards J. V. Jr.. Kelley., L.Flora A.Keiley. A. !.mokw.li5V oweii.. Irt.Edwar.h. .

bership. Lester has many friends 8 Kdwards, A. A. A.Kelley.. Talmads-e C<< Dank." W A
In Bradford County who remember For County Commissioner! Bradford Edward.. Mrs J. V. Sr, Lewis L T. n. j I
him as the'fcble! sports editorof ARTICLE XVII CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Edwards Mm. J. V. Jr .' J. W. |
County District One. Kndlcot. Jam.. ,
R. J-wJ.
the High School Journal back To amend Article XVII of the Florida ARTICLE X. SECTION 1 F E. J. '
In '3435. he will Vote for one: Fowler. I. S. LewlB. Mrs. E. L. T
They hope Constitution by adding Section 3 providing To amend- Section 1 of Article X of the Fowler' C. F". Lewis. Amanda T"I.r .Wa. J.
soon get another furlough so he P. D. REDDISH that proposed amendments to the Florida Florida Constitution relating'to homestead Fowler W. I{. Lewis Lewis L.Lula O. Mae Thomas Thom ,
for visit Fowler 11'. lira
can come a longer 8.
up Constitution may be submitted to the electorate and exemption providing that Incomes ot Fowl..r.. L. A.' Lon*. E. C. Wilma. hntW Thomas( "4 u c

PBOMOTKD AGAIN by a regular special or extra session the head of the family shall be subject to Fowler Frlpp. T.O.R.'W. Lucas Lewis. John Mrs- )I. Thama Nj01tl

of the Legislature by a three-fourths garnishment to the Fowler Harvey Lewis. Malcolm Tombnsoa IrM
Promotion of Plo George H... extent of not more Lumpkln. C. E. Tomllnras

Crews formerly of Starke, to the For County Commissioner, Bradford vote of all members elected to each House than 25 percent thereof and providing exemptions "Fowler'' .Ernest'orsvth. See be r Lewl. A. W. Tomlln Tyler. Naps.:

grade of corporal has been announced County, District Two and providing for the calling of a special in case of income of less than eavle.'orsyth.'' .R.Mrs.C. Reeber'owl Lonsr.Lewie.. Mrs.L. R.E. C. Tyler C.J. JTllman.

by Headquarters of the .. election within ninety days to act on such $25.00 per week except to the necessitiesof ler, Charley Lewl. Ovid
Vote for one: i". Tyler. Q
"" .... .: Mrs. R. c c
Oklahoma City Air Depot. He Is proposal. life as may be defined by the Legisla Bowler"pal. Blhert Alex Lonir. Robert TV''".rT" a

a member of a repair squadron L. U CONNER Fowler' Mrs. I. H. LBKK. John Tt'IeG taylor.T',..
the For the Amendment Hpps.. Harvey Leolll'.. Mrll Toy S.oII'
at depot, newest establishmentof ture.For 11,11 'I'hom' td
rlppiv. Mrs. T. R.Kowler 1.11.. Mr. Nlnle .f- ".. .
the Air Service Command for the Amendment Mrs. L. A.' Lee. Thomas L. Te Ty,tI.n '

maintenance and repair.?of air Fowl.r. Mrs E. B Liles. Paul Mae Te,ton. "V'ilil'
Against the AmendmentNo. Fowler. D W. Llp'ord, 111.:
craft and the training of air de- Fowler Ul flela. Charles II. ThOm..R...
For neweylalney
County Commissioner Brad Against Tlnton-
pet groups. the Amendment (} 101 II

ford County, District Three H-. P. Mott. R M. Tlllfhnla" .tn....
alney., l. R. Mott. May Tht
NETTLES LIKES FLYING Vote for one: Oren MinnieJoiner. Mark.rThos. Tyl.r Tvl.r IIn'"
3CONSTITUTIONAL Mr. Nannie Mott. J. M.
Sgt.: Ralph Nettles who startedIn '
C. C.
alney. Mary Jane Melvln. 'varn.J"1
with Uncle Sam as a buck .L WYNN AMENDMENT No.CONSTITUTIONAL. 9 ......n. Dave (DJO Mott. O. J. v/ fI
L. A. T.
private Just ten short weeks rirlmes. Mrs. N. O. Mints. Mrs. Wstff* A-
ago .aRTICLIgIVTo AMENDMENT: A. A* Mott. L *. W..k" R .
la already wearing three stripes falneey R."M. 'Nann, T. 8. ,)
and stopped off here Thursday of :amend Article IV of the Florida Constitution ARTICLE XVI SECTIONYl6To Ooreen.! A. t..tslla Jr. Mott..Nr.., ''J.. )*. :'ard'I Nm Jl.J,'

!last week, between trains for a For County Commissioner, Brad by adding section 3* providing amend Section 16 of Article XVI ot Green. R. E.. T*Lee A. Mann Mal howardD L'V. V.V.:a1' a' '1'. .l lWarJ.
the .ar "
brW.vl.lt..wlth his parents, Mr. ford County District Four' for conservation of birds game fur bear- Florida Constitution relating to tax. > .. Flora )Iott. 5t5
Jaanate .r ,
and Mrs.:' R. A. Nettles: :After Vote for- big animals and fresh water fish creating allots of property of corporations; permit. 8rr.n., I R.* R.H. _Molt V IIpa ..."t
one: .. So
a. Commission and ting the Legislature nr..n. Mary L. "< HSrVCarenc. wged W
completing: five' weeks' basic conferring powers to to exempt the '
property J'
(rover, V. M. Mann. A. pnOrlmes
training at tbe Aerial Gunnery T. C. CHASTAIN administer laws for such purpose. of corporations which shall constructa Mrs. R. M. Martin. -. "'' )f. Wllllm" t

School K e e s I e r' Field Miss. ship or barge canal across the Or Rufus Marrow. Mr.. J. \\1I..n, IJellor.en. -
peninsula Hattie fl....'
R. H. Jr. M.I..ln. While .....
Ralph was stationed at Tyndal For the Amendment of Florida and providing exemptions from Lucille E. Mott Mary f. A hlld'a" .AWW -

taxation of the Oreen. L>icr."la Morgan Barbara '
property of corporations Oalney.V. F. Mott. flame 11"1
..Usaa .
THE OLD RELIABLE For County Commissioner, Brad. 'Against the AmendmentNo. used to the extent of at least onesfourth galn.Y.3. R. Martin.: Mr.. Th.lma '.rd' ItgO.don.
If you need a good; laxative or cathartic ford County, District Five thereof for religious scientific municipal .. Mrs..J. B Mark.Martin. Mrs T.Ann.W;. :-ard: WI I;.
educational a. E. Morgan. JoIr. illuma i""
literary fraternal charltlable
to relieve headache, biliousness, Vote for one: or o. m.., Roy Laurie WIIU.III"f'J.lm. IL

or that lazy tired feeling when due U aCONSTITUTIONAL purposes. :Oatlln..... II.Amns L. Molt.Mann. Corld..Ils Whil''.rd:"' ". clrlm.

temporary constipation ask for and M. O. HARRELL I .... Annie. Oreen Ma..n. Eo1ward I! tt!
be sure you get: AENDMENTARTICLE : For the Amendment I ii.n. Theora Martin.Mrs. -. W ,,'.rdW'lh.'p.
,o Mae Mann LovleMalphurB. Wlllla"J./ ""
HERB IN>3 V ,Orson Mrs A. L Jf. Jane WprraYlOOreen /.

ALL DRUG STORES To amend Article V,of the Florida Con Against the Amendment :o.I n.v. Mre.Moselle toes Moreran Molt. J-, R-fL P. W Water Ilea... ."spit'"

Gay Will" I
a. A.
I Oren Nellie M'r.. O. B.

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WTEY Island in the Pacific but by readIng Gainesville last Saturday.Mr. Lizzie Simmons spent SaturdayIn week-end with his parental Mr. David Kelly and daughter. Mamie, visiting Bill Ellis for a few day

Carradine between the lines we can see : Payne has been visiting Gainesville. and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon. of Pine Level. Mrs. J. C. Sapp. this week In Gainesville. i
K. that with all the world strife this hs mother in Alabama.Mrs. Calvin Williams enlisted In the Mr. and Mrs Wesley Halek Mrs. Eaton Brown, Mrs Margaret Mathew McKinney went to
Ol-g 8O"S Marine is enjoying life among Lydia Hall, Mr and Mrs. Marines Tuesday and Mrs. WU- have returned from Kansas where Brown, Mrs. Hattie Varne and
belief that a little I the soft breezes palms and grass Garfield Johns and son, Grady, liamtt returned to her home at they were called to the bedside others. Jacksonville Monday to enlist In
us at skirts. Charles will be remem- were visiting friend and relative Raiford. of Mr. Halek's mother the Navy.QUICK.
caytrase service will bered as one half of the hard here Mr. and Mrs B. D, Jones madea .
in Thursday of last week I* Q. Johns Jr., and Henry Mr. and Mr. W. M. Knabb
and cer- punching pair of Beck brothers Mrs. J. business trip to Gainesville Fri- RELIEF FROM
morale O. Dickinson was In
Hinson enlisted in the ground visited Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Wig
Inevitablease who stood the rallblrda on their Palatka day.
hat Saturday. force of the Air Corps. They will gins Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Symptom of Distress Arising from
these ears a few years back when Mlllard\ Varnes
they the day
utalgla among be stationed at Moody Field Valdosta Mrs. Wiggins accompanied themto spent ULCERSDUE
T benefit of those bowled over their opposition in EVERGREEN in Gainesville Monday.Mrs. STOMACH
the Go. Hawthorne to visit friends and
do we are listing the prize ring. Both have long Bj Mrs. F. A. Router relatives. W. H. Smith visited relatives EXCESS ACIDFre.Bo.kT.Bs.INselaTreatm.ntt
since hung the Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey went
possible the up gloves Charles, in Jacksonville
8Ji Monday. et
boy ly 11 in the service serving his fourth hitch of four Mr. and Mrs. Paul Glover and to Sanford Tuesday for several SAMPSON CITYBy Mr*. Alice Rosinal of Jacksonville Must Help.r It Will Wet Yen NettingOmrlwomltUnn
cinlty of Lawtey. years each In the Marines!', Is a children of Gainesville were visit day la spending sometime with boulneof IhoWIIXARDTKK
a letter or send them sergeant now and will have a ing Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier Verda Wall spent the weekendIn l\1MI. S. E. Jones. her cousins Mr. and Mrs\ J, L. :A'TM KNT: have been sold for rallnforsvmptonuof
still a story to tell upon his return to Friday Hampton with Mr. and 1\.tre.\ dUftnMe erasing from sMw.sAsad
night. Mrs\
cardbetter QUILTING PARTY ENJOYED Wynn and Mr Alice Kite Du.e.wq1 UlMn due to tdv..r -
the States. If he hits a Jap with Mrs. J B. Y. Saxon. He Is doing con the DI- S, s..r or USM* st.=..: .
Q Rosier and son Mr* Neta Brown entertained Kite and Mrs. Rosinal like .... ..
a..Anw., H-- .
right hand it will struction work In Bermuda.
ect small happening be a bullet Clifton spent Sunday with Mrs. friend at an all-day quilting sport of fishing In Sampson Lake due to EM.*. A U. Hold on IS aa7e'trial
[with these. boy Infcnd saved for Uncle Sam. Frank Crews of Lawtey. Vivian Saxon hall joined the party Tuesday. A delicious lunch and have been quite successful explains Ask for "WIII tale treatmn_. MMeas D..--.*..".--which.. fully
to mention theme Mayor "Fess" George F. Young, Dan Rosier of Jacksonville Navy and is stationed at Green eon was served at noon. Out-of- lately

desired effect. Think Is reported to be uovlng his spent several days here last week Cove SpringHe spent last town gueata were Mr. and Mr. Mr. and Mrs P, W Ellis are KOCII DRUG STORE
Harrells' ready-to-wear store from his own with --- -. -
d" Keeffee building to the relatives. nn'.""____._,,_ M'. __"Y"M'" .....- _
r Bradford butting when HI squad.hoW Gene -. door to the Grlffla drug buildingnext store. Iretta Miss Brannen Louise Rosier and Miss '.I!]I,II.l.'-l.', ,.
spent the weekend
eacha "Fees"has Just returned
he started from a
full uniform and buying trip to New York and ad- .in Jacksonville.J. THIS IS WHAT WE'RE FIGHTING FOR !
|th only a semblance vises he has really bought the Q. Rosier was a visitor to
was In there at goods. The public Is Invited to Jacksonville Thursday of 1 a. t
fot he
And his equally fam- the opening, of the new location week. "Freedom exists only when the people
"Fatso" Bill who was the time will be announced at a Mis. Inman Nettles and children v .

lust week's Collier' later date. Welcome back to been of Auburndale who have tale care of the Government:

zed that Fort Bragg .town. "Fess", visiting her mother Mrs. t
Then Brannen, returned home last -rOYlflcrITesiJCtlt WOODROVV WILSON
e8Mor of the Army'a Mrs. Forbes E. Fuller and children week
ie,' That popular I Carol and Daniel are spen-:
ilil have. Included all ding this week In Deland with'
Americans of their
are taking care govern-
"Fatso' would have Mr. and Mrs R C. Campbell, former
cake Then there's residents of Lawtey.At By II. II. Wiggins err ment.1\lr. Hitler!and Americans are grimly

)jdney Shuford Law-; no time in the history of LADIKS COUNCIL determined preserve freedom. We'll make '

soldier, BUcky is in thin country has the right kind of The Ladies Council of the ? no peace until world-wide liberty is assured.

o and a letter or a, voting been so necessary. Not Christian Church met at the homeof And when we make peace, it won't be :
be welcome we bet. ; only from a standpoint of Just going Mrs. J. G. Ad kins
Wednesday 'L kind Hitler Your idea of
Lett and Fonzo Pre-I to the polls and dutifully vote afternoon your peaceis
Subject was
England, Wouldn't you; ing but to elect officeholders that Our Friends Live At Their"Helping Best." a peace "founded by the victorious swordof

Lr from someone in you have reason to believe are Mrs. Ruth Dyal assisted Mrs. a people ofo'tlcyloyJ.s.which puts the

ea though you could what they claim to be when orating Adkins in serving tea and sandwiches world into the service of ft higher culture." to
I" A soldier on foreign and to
gesticulating the
gap to the 17 members present. .
rite only one person ing public. Now Is the time to That's just slavery, not peace..

Live all the letters you vote for a man, or woman, who Mm Grace Beal of Jackson Until victory i is won we American don't

Lite, "Cooler" Cleon will fill the office with a sem- ville spent last week-end with her i I want to know complete peace again. Dut to ,

In MisslHslppl. Don't blance of statesmanship insteadof parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ad devote our best efforts to the war, we need ,
Cooter enjoys hearing lobbyists. God knows this poor klns.
Imetovin" Then tbere'i ;='_t:::: tar: *-t\.-r. misled: aii-sea Mr. :a' J Mr-s .T, S. Kellosui<< and to find: such peaceful jr.omcrite: &c we; can in

looten, Jonn Wllkerson, and kicked around by the politicians -: daughters, Jean and Joan, of our own homes. moments relaxation "+

liklnt'! Monroe Padgett for many years, gradually Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs and contentment, made more pleasurable

jiitln. Daniel "Boondy" getting worse and through their J. A. Horne Saturday. and refreshing through the companionship
fellace McDonald, Paul own fault. For once It is to be 'Mr, and Mrs, J. W. Cook and
jcoas C Nelson l hoped that the American public family, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby May- There's No Shortage of JAX of a glass of sparkling, golden JAX Deer..

Paul Mo...re. Jimmiem will wake up long Davis Truby,Grlf- for real men and women. Llnd ?y left Sunday for Wild- but Bottfe-Caps are Rationed ;Iso
iFutch, Everett Futch We have Just been advised that wood. They were stationed. here

g (with the stiff little James (Red) Anders of the U. S. while working for the S. A. L ask for the Jumbo Bottle
urge A r wood, Elmer Marines l Is in the thick or the Signal Dept.Hampton. -:; i '

I C, ( Ja k e ) Prevatt, Guadalcanal fighting. We only welcomes Mr. and The JAX Jumbo make bottle-cap go ,
(dl I) Anders Cheatham hope that Red will come through Mrs. Andy Wall of Jacksonville further enable more people to enjoy JAX l HV-j f
vhltehead, and Charles safely and we know he will proveto He Is S. A. L. Signal Mainten- Beer. Think of the other fellow when you buy
'a those we may have be plenty of hell for the Japs ance man. JAX. Ask for the Jumbo bottle!

| mentioning. Who saId that "Seaboard" M Mrs. Raymond Cornelius has returned If you don't want to use a whole Jumbo'atone
s'es of these boys are B. Jones Is going Into the transportation from a trip to Georgia. time pour your glass of JAX gently, replace: i
ainuble from their relI business? Mr. and Mrs. Olen Bedenbaughof the bottle-cap tightly and put back in your ice 1 BEER
I they will really relish Jacksonville and Fredrick Wat- box to keep until you're ready for your next
Is card from home. So THEKESSA terson were supper guests of Mr. refreshing drink of JAX, the Beer of Friendship
Hie the boys from Law- By Miss Ida Ilagan and Mrs. Wilson Bedenbaugh Sun-

day night. JAX BREWING COMPANY I Jickuimlli,
Mrs. W. D.r Garrett was visiting Those attending the Santa Fe
VT CHUKCH OF In Keystone Heights last Friday.Mr. .. Association in Gainesville were ------- -- -+

and Mrs. Blocker and children Leaston Wynn, Mrs. Jessie Mor-
rt Hazzard Pastor of St. Petersburg are visit gan and Miss Ada Nimmo.J. .
chool 10 A. M. ing Mr; and Mrs. E S. Slbljy G.. Adklns who Is employedin '
Worship at 11. Subject tor several days. Lake City spent the week-end

ties Creed." Willie Swindell of Palatka was here with his family, Checkerboard
fellowship at 7:30: P.. M. visiting his patents Mr. and Mrs.S. Mrs. Lizzie Simmons of Chase SpecialsAt

Worship Sermon Sub- R. Swindell, over the week- City Va., la visiting her son and
l Stable Man.'" daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
[BUTIST CHURCH Dan Raley and children Owen Simmons, also her brother

[Nov 1.Sunday School were visiting her brother Col-I and sister-in-law Mr. and Mis.
man Capon in Cross City last K. B. Wattereon.
Morning Worship 11h
week-end. Ned Yancey enlisted In the Air
| the Lord's Supper Ob- I I
the Mrs. Alice M. Jones and niece Corps Thursday ,
owing sermon. Sub-
Istlan Warrlora".. Young Mildred Burke, attended the I'l Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Watterson, Haskin's Feed StoreJust
Mrs. Owen Simmons and Mrs.
lei'vice 7 P. M. Evan- homecoming football game at,,

Vrvlce Wednesday 8 P. M. 8 Prayerery P. M. North Of Town On Road 13

I UHOB DAY ,Even the Frosting is Sugarless! I I

e being made for "Pearl
py", a town-wide meet- s Give Your Dog The Dry. Food e
held at the Methodist
honor men in service Proved by

community. Parent 12 GENERATIONS t l t
s are being requestedfrom v--E.
the boys away
Twelve consecutive
: *
> and these will be read generation
Ming. A ; of happy, healthy Jog at the
prayer will beIf
each r Purina Kennel* hare been fed no II
man Individually
other food but Purina
Better is read. All resilUwtey Dog Chow. They WITH

especially 'par- s prove it'* tops...your ( /FURINA
|>ther relatives of service Nt ''" dog will like It, too.Purmn tCHEK' R-TON
urged to attend and en- I
|ne program that is be- t od.li-Ti Mr.v po.Ise..s...a....._ .
ed. The meeting Is tiered r -.i_._---- tiI
by the Rev. Forbesthe ;; t N4I + % I ODD CHOW I ircr: '=--= !
-..- -..... 1
Rev. Herbert Haz- ..
ted by other Interested

5 Lbs. 50c 3 Lbs. .' $1.10
'I I Mrs Jim ''Moore Ed-

Atlanta spent tho week- Scratch Feed 50-50 100 ft
'''th the latter-, parents, $2.50 BALANCE YOUR SCRATCH GRAIN
r r. W. I
H. Edwards. Yellow Corn 100 lb with
Lawtey's moat popular ----
fn. Sailor Charles Dink- to rd.i.. c.q e.fd l sag r..d.. PURINA LAY CHOW

:,of Mr. and Mr. P. L. White Clipped No. 2 Oats, 100 lt
spent 'TN quest of a cake that doein't 25. to 10 minute. Cool and frost a*
Friday with his desired. Yield:..9 layer. aasCotton
Accompanying- A ale sugar! Then look at this $2.75
ot Charles lovely layer developed in the Ram- VARIATIONS
d Godbold.shipmate! Sailors lord Kitchen No sugar i II needed Yellow Cake: Use S egg yolks Seed Meal lOOlb. $2.10 100 Lbs. $3.60
for the cake or frosting and since and no whites. Beat with a rotary ,
''ulatlons to "Uncle Jeff" sugar tends to mask Ingredient egg beater until thick and lemon
"7 on his 79th birthday. flavor Rumford being an all-phosphate colored; add the corn syrup: gradually Hog & Cow Shorts, 100 lb $2.50
Oct. 24. This baking powder, leave no beating constantly. we RECOMMEND

'Ive trusts that Lawtey column after Here'taste how to la bake sugarless the cake recipes.and and White no egg Cskel yolk Use Beat S egg the white egg Snap Corn, 100 lb 1_ $1.85 PURINA COW CHOW

79-year-old citizen It* variation, and the frosting that white until stiff then graduallybeat
round to enjoy. many I I top them *H: in the % cup corn ymp. Beet Pulp, 100 IL > __ $2.60 built to help keep cow in condition' for
.daro I Sugarless CakeI Chocolate Chip Cake: Add % COW CMO* capacity production) nd long milking life.

|Ie Will Is home H. after Edwards of I, _cape cake' sifted flour m cup syrupRum earn! into cup emi-sweet small pieces chocolate. to tile broken cake) Peanut Hay, Ton ____ ,-,__ $20.00 ; .

Ident uffer- ....pooB 't see ynUn batter just before folding la the
Involving a broken ford Baktng I teaspoon: f sled I beaten egg whites.Sugarles -
Chief" Powder orsnga rind 16 Lbs. $2.55
attery tells a storyhls U teaepoon salt t cup milk. Frosting We Have A Complete Line Of percent100 _
falling on an- B cup shorteningS S ecf whites 114 cuP" earn t tesepoon Ram

t digit, but we have Lllft together flour Rumford Baking I egg eyrat w.illes Powder ford Baking; Purina Chows and Sanitation
"Chief" these many Powder and salt Cream abort- ;X teaspoon. flavoring (vanilla or CALVES
We wonder suing add 1 cup of the com syrup other flavoring) Products .RAISE YOUR'
Starling Markalee add egg yolk one at a time, and direct heat until It spin a Come In And See US CALFoSTARTENA
Keunetb beat wall. Add sifted dry Iniredl- thread when! dropped from a spoon.
Starting left tot alternately with milk stirring Beat egg white foamy; add Rum- We Welcome Your Patronage
vtue Wednesday to join toll after each addition. Add ford Baking Powder and beat until One/ Iff 0 Replaces 40 Cellos of Milk
S. Coast Guard. More rrated orange rind. Beat HZ r/blte tiff. Adi corn syrup alowI,., beatIng ...
you boy Mill stiff add remaining lj; cup vigorously while adding. Add CASH FOR YOUR CORN
'resting letter torn syrup: gradually beating nnfllntxtnre ,, flavoring and continue beating until
0 Bgt. Charles came this stand In stiff peak Fold frosting Is stiff and stands In peak WE PAY MARKET PRICES 100 Lbs ___ $4.85p.
Beck of
toto batter until well-blended. Bake Yield: r:ostlos; for S Mnch layer;
h Marine.. He advise a 2 greased a-lnch layer eak pans 1 madly, !loaf cake; or It largo
'. stationed on an D a moderate oven (775-!.) for cup cab

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EIGHT: .1. =---!IF.a.TO .
O. L. Beasley, held in M I e key. Cafeteria at I Mobile. Alabama. Beal at
CANTEEN: Mrs. ; You are required to appear on f.tlolrk'
TilE VOTER! Joins Air Corps RED CROSS Chairman. There will be a meet- Blanding Center Sunday mornIng December 7th., 1942 In the abovenamed 22nd.(O"'l"tl'IAI. Florid t..
FrI- The event sponsored by the Court. and cause, wherein Aa t'l rk .,, iITAI I ,.,
Class ..
of the Nutrition neck divorce
plaintiff Bradford
With the General Election Halite Jones, employe at the -APPEAL- Ing afternoon Oct 30 at 4:00P. : USO-NCCS Club of Starke, was County Telegraph shall publish this 10-30 f: ,'I! !?"" 'etAiN "

hawing near, I rush to bring to Florida Power & Light Co.. of- day Recrea- originally planned to be held in Order In next tour weekly issues.I --
all necessary M., at the Methodist Wltn, i> my hand and official
Ihlt attention of the voters that fice here has pasHed .V column ""'-, fur end about" tion Room, for the purpose of or- the recreation hall, but was neat at Starkr, Florida. this Onto ( (511541'r ''
examinations and baa enlisted the lima ('ru... Work In Mlarkr.I'rninrrd when reservations ex- IMT 27th.. 1942OFFICIAL (.0l-'i SLUatUlr: '
It changed
we the Democratic nominees, are In the Air Corpt', At the hr start MraihrrM. ganizing the Nutrition Course. ( SEAL) A J, Thomas., tarry A... I htk" (
elected We are only begin the week of ceeded club: Clerk of Raid Court
not yet. is still at Camp will actively An (, Glary Itrli IOhn"ft,
he took
time Volunteers a
present Red CrOHS marched in squad col- 4t 11-20 PI.VI
nominated and our namea will Nov. 8. However, we must meet Soldiers 10-30 Case VMO. jj i- lOh""on >nJ"> ;
appear on the 'tIcket Tuesday, Blanding. new hold, and went to work this and decide what hours and day umns from the church to the IV rillCI'IT COI'HT.-' HUAIIPOHI AND OIlDo:1: (OM. t>t'a 'I

P Nov. 3. In our state. Florida, week. Mrs. W. B. Sewell, aschala'man are most suitable to both those cafeteria and were headed by a COtJ%TY. PI.OKIOAI I* CHAM.CKKY. STATE NUT 0''" I. '.: To kp'h'h '

we seldom ever have any opposition A. L. riggers Dies held In of Volunteer Services, enrolling and to the Instructors.In church flags. Officers who march- Andrew.Shawn, Plaintiff, v". BessieMarie Dunl..l.John.on ..Urypell
to county Democratic nom- Funeral services were called a meeting of all Staff and taking this course you are color guard carrying national and Shawn, Defendant Can No. rornla, Aweaue r51hk!
( : Iness In the General Election. I Lake Butler last Friday for A, L. administrative members. It wassuggested learning not only to help feed ed In the procession were Briga 2210.onrtRit OF PUBLICATION You art 1' !
candidate given Drlggers, prominent merchant and those Chairmenwho but dier-General Jeffry Baldwin Ma- December 1Ih 1912 10 a"""
am sure every ,that people In times of disaster AND NOTICM! TO APPEAR named II
father of Mrs. J. R. Kelly of Townsend Captain 8TATHJ! OF FLORIDA to Bessie Court and lb
William :
' the Democratic nomination would are unable to work resign, also to feed your own family jor plaintiff seeks dlr .
appreciate your continued sup Starke. He was also an uncle of and that theme who would sacrifice : correctly. Due to ,rationing the Daniel Holland and LieutenantsJack Marl You Shawn.are required to appear on Otd..r County In Trirgrnph ukallDub ropy"

'( h port So I am urging you to K. G. Duncan and Cleveland Drlg- the time get to work. Also housewife will have to do a lot Quigley Edward Cantlon, December 7th.. 1942 In the above Wit n.. next. '00..' ...

come out and mark the ticket gerw" of Starke.- that U at the end of a two-week of substituting- the food line. and Thomas Murdock. named plaintiff Court HeekB and divorce cause, Bradford wherein b..r seat. 21I1h.lit Atnrkr 1942, ylnndt hand .lull'fly

especially when you see the name Office S u p p lies. Bradford trial period the Chairmen were Let's learn to do this correctlyso Recounting memories of 23 County Telegraph shall publish this AsFClerkAof. III AJ.)
4 5 of O. C. Kelly on It. Thanking County Telegraph. unable to show any progress or that we may know that our years of coachIng, Web stated Order Witness In next my four hand weekly and official issues 10-30 4t 1I.W.ald Court A.t 1\\

M you for your continued support devote their whole-hearted effortto children will be able to take their I that he learned football "from the

O. C. Kelly. School Board member. this most Important work that rightful place in after-war society greatest coach who ever lived-

=Adv 1CTIT C'Ot'II'r. nit sr Ponn they resign and the Chairman of Learn how to keep them Rockne". The tribute brought

I lOIVrr.eat... Fl.OIIIO.tl: CHAV10. : Volunteer Service would appoint ,. strong and healthy for their Jobs. I thunderous applause from, servicemen 'From where I

, 1' -ft ft -trfr -Aft-- toft Lee. II. I..tt Plaintiff, v*, Virginia. someone In their place. This program Report from FIRST AID: A .I and the room resoundedwith sit ..
t tItriSReOFsII: IfnLlitlATION221a as we Interpret it, is basedon course in Instructors First Aid the "Notre Dame Victory
i AND NOTl('F7 TO A1'PIAIITATE SACRIFICE. If we wait fora will be given the week of Novem- March" sung by the soldiers at
FLORIDA to Virginia
$ : OH" :
Len I/ott. whose residence In un- convenient time to work that ber 9 at the Legion Home. Those Lleb's departure. A bouquet of
known. time may never come. We must having had First Aid and Ad- scarlet roses the gift of Miss by Joe MarshLAST
required to appear on
You are
livrembpr 7th. 1A42 In the above make the sacrifice! vanced First Aid are qualified Evelyn Stump, President of the

I named Court 'and: and"1 wherein other Report from the PRODUCTION tor enrollment. Classes will be- Starke Woman's Club was carriedto
, iiliilntlff HeFkH divorce no
t I rvllcr. llrndfnrd County Telegraph ROOMS: Up until September 15 gin Monday night Nov. 9 and Gainesville by Lieb for presentation Saturday night we were lIethold for tolerhnre
h,11lullll.h thin Order In next the Production Room had died a continue every night through No- to his wife who was unableto and onJnt!
Crowell'a .
around Jeb house lo/ And
When Traveling four weekly IHHIIOH.Wltnenn /: yet' it :iko'tufc.
my hAnd and I official, natural death. At that time Mrs. vember 13-1:30 to 10:30. An attend the breakfast. and from upstairs we hear the we had a law Of :' !

' Anywhere Any Way .seal. October nt tltarke.1942.Florida this 28thif Glenn Duke took the job as Instructor from National Red Seated at the speakers' table those Crowell youngsters count for that, if ptebihlloasquawks you tn.,:"

travel in mFFit\'tAI. HKAI> A. J, Thomas Chairman She went from houseto Cross headquarters In Washingtonwill were Chaplain John J. DIneen, put up while their Ma was dunkln
carry your money, AH 10-30 Clerk 4t 11.20Beware of mild Court. house asking for machines be here to conduct this 313th Infantry; Chaplain Carroll .em in soap and water. Causes Jeb e. .
American Express -- ole went from house to house course. Those qualified are urgedto Hospital comment
---- ---- Boland, S. J.. 6th General to : Well, he had us them
Travelers Cheques hauling those machines to the attend so that we may havemore ; Father Thomas J. Murphy America-where Btn
Home. Then she went Instructors in town. To "Just shows how times change. WI wl M 8l
Legion of St. Edward's Church,
4" Spendable everywhere upo Coughs Pastor Used to be a law here in America store on seem' the other tOt,
house house brunt of conductingFirst
from to urging slate the
signature identification. GOOd Starke; Brig-Gen. Baldwin Major that nobody could take a bath point of view-havm'iudiii,
until used. Prompt refund if 'from common colds women to volunteer to sew. Lots i Aid courses has fallen on Townsend, Coach Lieb, Captain without a doctor's prescription)I" Now that it'. all over,It'lhlli
lost or stolen. For sale hero, of afternoons she went and I Mr '. Grace Wainwright and Mrs Holland and Lieutenants Quigley, realize how people put u,,.
in convenient denomination That Hang On brought people Into the rooms Edna Hart. Qualify as an In- Cantlon, and Murdock. Louis J. e e'e a law like that, even u'Im

at nominal cost who were unable to get there structor .and In doing so you will Rellly, associate USO-NCCS Club Then we got talking about the they did.
relieves because otherwise. She contacted the relieve them and also
Crcomulslon promptly greatly
and Notre Dame alum-, e
director a e
Thin lank will not be open for funny laws some people have put e
It goes right to the seat of the Church Circles and received their aid :Mrs. Duke in organizing the
busliwwM TwMlay November S,' trouble to help loosen and expel nut), Introduced the speaker. Mar- through in this country-like the
GKNKKAl.: ELECTION: DAY germ laden phlegm and aid natureto cooperation. And she is still Motor Corp. lus RIsTey club director, was state where they made It against ever where I sitiuiti
soothe and heal raw, tender inflamed working. This she did not aloneIn IF WE WILL ALL DO OUR toastmaster. Catering service was the law to wake a man up if he's right to tnjoj a ulUi)
bronchial mucous mem' Starke but In Luw'tey, Brooker glass of beer when ht tub
in of Miss Myrtle Buck- the railroad tracks.
to sell RIGHT PART NOW WE WILL charge sleeping on
branes. Tell your druggist youa and Hampton. She took to quench his thirst BecfiiMa
bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding yarn NOT HAVE TO PART WITH holt:
Florida Bank At Starke you must like the way it those who wished to knit yet OUR RIGHTS LATER. "Railroad law I once heard drink. It's a drink of aoiato
!Member Federal Dupoult Insurance allays the cough or you are could not get to the preductlonr6om. about"says Basil Strube the atatoo. And most foik .-maiM
Corporation: to your money back.CREOMULSION. No one who has seen Mrs. Cemetery Working tionmaater, "said when two trains that don't drink beer Uuudw
Member Florida National Grouprrxtt Lieb Describes are tolerant enough,nonhn
neither "
Duke on her bicycle often with There will be an all-day work- meet at an intersection
respect rights of folkiibiiI
e I )rt 1J. 1J. 1J. for Cou< fender, can doubt that she has Thursday Nov. 5. All Interested I has gone reckon Jeb was rf'.".1-11'

done both the organizing and also NCCS EventThe persona are asked to come and "How could that be a law?!" had some might stropha""
I'CLASSIFIED the "leg work". The work is this country.
ADS American football pano- bring asks Pete Swanson. "That; just .
going full blast now. In, La'wtey don't make sense."
you will find Production going rama: for the past generation was IV: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
two afternoons a week with Mrs. i vividly described by Tom Lieb I I CKKY.COIINTV. FLOIUDAI IN .IIAN- "Lots of laws don't make sense," 11. '
FOR SALE-Plow tools, sugar MALE: HELP WANTED Edna Harley and Mra Lois Wy- : famed Olympic star and Univer-' Bertha Faye Brown Plaintiff, vs. says Jeb. "Why Just think! We're c9 'fJf.aIJd'
mill and boll '.-A. A. Annie, RELIABLE MAN 33 to 65 with rick as Supervisors. In Brooker I .ity of Florida coach as he addressed Jackson C. Brown, Defendant.. Can livln in a land where most folks .
Lawtey Fla. 10.23 2tp car to supply satisfied custo- I a group of 350: servicemen No. 2214.
Mrs. T. W.
Markey as Supervisor
mers with world famous Food I officers and chaplains at a I I NOTIOK TO APPEAR
IF YOU WOULD J3UY OR SELL Products In Bradford County. keeps Production going one daya STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Jackson Series
milk cows stock cows, beef Experience unnecessary Permanent week and In Hampton work Holy Name Communion-Breakfast/ C. Brown of 1&69 Illlnola Street. No. 52 of a Copyright, 1942. Brewing Induuj ml*

cattle stock toulla or hogs, get work plus good Income goes on two days a week with

In touch with J. D. Odom, Jr., assured producer. Write J. M. Mrs. W. M. Morrow as Supervisor. e

Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake Lewis co J. R. Watkins Company Last Friday afternoon a hurry r

' City; Telephone 481 Lake City. Memphis, Tenn. 10-30-3tp call came from Camp Balndlng
Auction market every Thurs to make 40 window curtains. They

day on all classes of live stockat WANTED!: BY MEDICAL! OF- had to( be delivered Friday nightat
Lake City at 2:30 P. M. FICER and wife-furnished Camp Branding so that the VOTERS ATTENTION!

light housekeeping rooms or women who have volunteered for
COR SALE-Dark blue wool zipper -
apartment-Write Medical Of- the WAACS. and were arriving
r Jacket, good as new.
L. ficer Box 431 Starke. Itp to be Inducted could at leapt have "
Reasonable price. Mrs. A.
privacy In their rooms. Mrs.,Duke
Sloniker, See between 19 and WANTED TO BUY-House trail
hopped on her bicycle and started : : .> Starke Florida
12 A. M. at Mrs Sisaon's popcorn er.-Guidon Grill Starke. lip ), t ,
seeing people. Some came who ,
stand It } October 5th., 1942
WANTED TO BUY-Frying or promised some didn't. Anyhowthe To The Citizens of
FOR SALE-Utied L. C. Smith curtains were finished that
chickens and Florida
roasting turkeys Bradford County
in condition. afternoon. The following ladles
typewriter good
live or dressed, any number. Also .
$30 cash. See J. C. Hobba at did it: Mrs. W. 'A. Bonham. Mrs.
milk fed veal. We mar-
new Health Center on Church ket prices. Guidon Grill.pay It T. N. Kendrick Mrs. E. :M. Davis The Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County, Florida, on this 5th day of

St. lip Mrs. Chas. Ward Mrs Clifton October A. D. 1912 does by appropriate action endorse Proposed Constitutional Amend
LOST-One white-faced bull 1- Brown Mrs. Forrest, Mrs. L.Colson .:
Owner bus gone up $100 but it 000 Iba', tag in ear. Got out Mire Mike Dew Mrs. ment to Article IX of the Florida Constitution by adding; a section to be Section 16

is still a bargain! 6-room house around New River station. Also Milton St. Peter and Mrs. Ed- creating a State Board of Administration, providing that for fifty years 2c per gallon

with Clute large Realtor lot, 119$1,200.East W.CallS T. one brown cow branded with ward Piince. tax on gasoline and fuels used to propel motor vehicles shall be set aside for paymentof

It number 21. Reward $5-J. D. Mrs. Duke is being released outstanding county or road and bridge district bonds or other-forms of indebtedness
Odom. Starke. Itp from Production to organize a
FOR RENT Comfortable furnished Motor Corp and Mrs. Clifton issued prior to July 1, 1931. and for public highway purposes;' vesting in said Board

room-Mrs.' F. M. Griffin LOST my -white$25/ male reward setter for bird return dog.of Brown will take over-please give the statutory powers of Boards of County Commissioners and Bond Trustees with regard -

Graham Fla. 10-23 2tp Has black ears and under rightear her your cooperation and watch to such bonds (except the power to levy ad valorem taxes. which is specifically
this column for Information on
FOR RENT-Room furnished for are Initials "C.D." and the Motor 'Corp training.Report withheld). Such tax on gasoline and motor fuels to be distributed on'a three way basis

light housekeeping $12 monthIn number "2". Return to Charles from STAFF ASSIST- area population and county contribution to State Road Construction in the ratio of
Darby Starke. No
advance. Adults only. 2 asked. 10-23 2tp ANTS: A 10-hour course in Staff distribution as provided in Chapter 15659 Ac3 cf 1931 ; Also authorizing the Boardof

miles east of Starke. Take left- Assistance is being offered to Administration to issue bonds period;
refunding maturing within said fifty year
hand dirt road after passing STRAY HOGS FOUND-2 un- business girls army wives and
new bridge, come to Brookslde marked male hogs. Owner may teachers and to any one who has ,And gasoline or fuyl tax anticipation certificates bearing interest at not more than 3

Farm left-hand'dlrt road, have same by Identifying and had clerical experience. You may percent per annum ; and authorizing any surplus, after meeting debt requirements, to

second house on right-Mrs. S. paying damages. See Leonard either take It at night or in the be divided 80 percent to State Road Department and 20 percent to County Commis
F. Morgan Route 2, Box 255, Grlffls. Starke Fla. 10-23 2tp afternoon. The class will run
Starke. Fla. 11>-30 2tp simultaneously so in the event sioners for road purposes. Authorizing said Board to invest and re-invest funds of one

FOUND-Change purse sometime you should miss one you may county in the bonds of another county at 3 percent interest. And providing for pay-

FOR RENT- Floor candelabraand ago. Owner may have same make It up and will be held In ment of expenses of the Board of Administration; And providing that said Board shall
flower baskets for wed- by identifying and paying for the Recreation Room at the
dings.-Mrr J. M. Mitchell. 302 this ad.-Southern lOo Store. Methodist Church. Afternoon have the power to make and enforce all rules and regulations necessary. to the full

Itp class will be from 2:00 P. M. to exercise of the powers conferred upon it by the amendment.

FOR RENT Small store with 4:30: P. M. The night course

extra room. Good location. In- NOTICE keep out-Parties of my are yard.warned Come to to from 7:30: until 10:00.: They will It is the opinion of the members of' the Board that if this Amendment is ratified that

quire Vaughan Castle' Lunch the front door if you want any- run for four days. November 2-6 Bradford County and the State as a whole will be forever free from ad valorem taxes
opposite Jail. It Monday through Friday. Mrs. R.
thing. 'The Sheriff told ,me to ''A: Green.Vice Chairman of Staff for'road bond interest and sinking fund requirements. Provided 'however that restric-

WANTED Experienced sales I protect will shoot what,on belongs sight..to I me mean. to Assistants will instruct the afternoon tions placed upon the use of gasoline' and tires faring, the Ware Emergency does not

girls Steady job. Victory Military just that.-D. EX Johnson 337 class and Mrs. W. J. Epper force the major use of automobiles from our highways. And everi then the'restrictions -
129 West Call son Jr. Chairman of Assistants
Supplies. N. Church St.. Starke 10-30-2tp Staff would have to be much effect the
treet. It the night class. Enrollment more binding than they now are ;to materially

MEDICAL OFFICER DESIRES for this class can be made successful working out of this plan of finan: ng this indebtedness.This .

HELP WANTED. Female-Ex- light housekeeping accommodations by calling Miss ,Abble Harley
perlenced beautician at Keystone for small family.-Write phone 186 Miss Ethel Taylor amendment was given serious thought' by the Governor, of this State, by our Rep

Heights Fla. CO percent Capt. W. E. Hudson. 43rd Sta phone 146. or Miss Francis Peek resentative and Senator and by the members of this Board'before it was submitted to

living quarters. Mrs. C. S. tion Hospital Camp Blanding phone 48. They will give you the people for ratification and it is the of concerned that it is
consensus opinion of all
Janes, Keystone Heights. ltp Fla. lip any information desired. We are
especially inviting the Army Wife a good amendment and that it should be ratified by the people of this State on Novem-

to take this course. If you havean ber 3rd.Therefore.

Mattresses111111 Work Guaranteed Army Wife in your room or

o Called for and apartment will you show her the Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County Florida, by its

Made Over V. V Delivered this T Although trained here and action In regular session this 5th day of October A. D. 1942 does respectfully requestthe
transferred elsewhere, she will be
GAINESVILLE MATTRESS CO. able to take her certificate to Red citizens of the County to go to the polls on November 3rd., and to cast their votes

TetophoM 1081 GalnecvUlA or Write Box 431-A StarkeTHELMA'S Cross Headquarters and become a' for his most important amendment, the first amendment on the Ticket

member of Staff Assistants
wherever she la. It is an important J'-V *fc s* ,

Job. Will you enroll today T Constitutional Amendment .<.,', '....: ,: ;": $'f '%:'::;' "
PLACE- Report from JUNIOR RED Article IX .. < ,"
CROSS: An active drive under

the Chairmanship of 1\lra. Milton (X) For the Amendment S '" '" 1
St. Peter to enroll girls and boysof *' ,*. ,
12 O'clock school age In the Junior Red Respectfully submited '- ;*."

Cross will begin Nov. 1. :Mrs St. .',
Peter will have the cooperationof <

CLEAN FUN GOOD FOOD Foster Shi Smith principal of Board of County Commissioners of Bradford :, r J

EVERYBODY WELCOME the school and will give you all County, Florida. f.
Information on what is requiredto '
By W. M.
qualify for Junior Red Cross. Edwards Chairman
2 Blocks N. of Courthouse On Temple Ave.
this column for In-
Operated By Mr.. and Mrs. R. F. Llghtsey and Son formation.

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Inspectors Named Nine AmendmentsTo tion by the people 0 f circuit Red Cross Moves

Judges, who now are nominatedIn
Wa&4Hc91IlzJlof For ElectionThe Be On Ballot primaries and appointed by the. Into ArmoryThe

Board of County Commissioners 1 \ Florida'. 87-yeitr-old Constitution Governor. Bradford County chapterof
In session! Oct. 0 2. Establish the State Game and
appoint i ttIIilhi already amended many times, the American Red Cross;: ,
ed the following: clerks and Inspectors will nine Fresh Water Fish Commission asa
get new If vot-
Win Friends patches headed by Judge E. K. Perryman,
"How to
: .
o/ for the various constitutional agency and fishIng -
precincts: ers In the November 3 general with Mrs. Edward Burns as ex-
for holding the General Election : IN seasons and otherwise regulate -
People. election ratify nine amendments ecutive
N and Influence secretary and Mrs. J. L.
November 3: proposed by the 1941 Legislature.' the taking of fish and game. Peek as office assistant, after

Precinct No. 1-Lawtey-U. H. WASHINGTON Constitutional amendments now 3. Establish the State Conser- months of wandering has at last

Hill, clerk; J. S. Austin. R. A. can be voted upon only In general vation Commission as a constitutional located a desirable permanent office.
Blanchard and U M. Murrhee, elections after agency with the same
they are proposed
It moved last week. into
Washington D. C. (NWNS) With
Precinct No. 2-North Stark by the powers In salt water fishing that
the most Important legislation of preceding regular the front rooms on the first floor
WIlY NOT HIRE. YOURSELF? J. L. Peek, clerk; B. R. Wltkcvski, the year taken care of-the law to session of the Legislature. That the fresh. water fish and game of the northwest corner of the

e is an interesting story of how one young man got K. T. Crews and H. M. McFUe. Inspectors .- draft boys of 18 and 19. and the means about 18 month.. la required agency would have In fresh water Starke Armory on Temple avenuea
there- ; new tax bill-congressmen are now to an amendment Into ef- fishing and hunting.
-hen seemingly were no jobs to be procured. put part of the space vacated by
Precinct No. 3-South Stark leaving Washington in droves to go 4. Create two new senatorial
of Los
Kent by Mary Thompson Angeles, Calif. the WPA emergency Nursery
R. F. home and report to their constitu- fect.One
1 subject of this story was George Baker, who later Demorest clerk; Jack Edwards ents on what they have been doing of the major changes pro- districts, bringing the number to School when It moved across the

je the mayor of Portland, Ore. !, W. E. Torode, Jr., and T. during the past two years and why posed this time Is a new methodof 40. One would be in Droward street' Into the high school build
J. McIntyre, inspectors; they should be re-elected. County and the other would em-
amending the Constitution. It
rywhere he went he met the same old story: "No
Precinct No. raham.-Math Their action on these two Important would allow brace Gulf and Calhoun Counties. ing.Mrs.
than we can handle off a special election to W. Sewell of
We have more "' now-laying Wasdin. clerk; Jeff Davis, S. J. pieces of legislation before be called not lean than 90 nor This would not change tho bal- B. chairman
lot taking them on. Thomas and Wesley Dyal, Inspectors election came as a surprise to ance of senatorial appointment, volunteer services, and Mrs. Junlua
he tried to figure out scheme most political analysts here. It was moro than 180 days after the
orough disgust some ;
; Legislature for ratification which South Florida senators Smith, vice-chairmen: can be located
or rejection
presumed until recently that the -
trolled along he took note of hundreds of men dig- Precinct No. 5-Hampton-M. politically minded members of con of any amendment proposed long have contended Is held by In the Red Cross offices or

frilling, surveying the roads. He hunted all day to M. Matchett, clerk; G. P. Wads-" gress would Insist that the vote be at a regular or any special North Florida because of the at their homes--If there are tho .'

[the foreman of some part of the job, but could note. worth, C. }o{. Denntaon. and WaIter postponed until after they were Besplon of the Legislature. 'greater number of districts In the who desire to volunteer their service

Suddenly he spied a pick idle at his feet. Quicksh Griffin Inspectors; safely re-elected. But recent criticism This amendment, I f ratified northern tier of counties. *.

he ripped oft' his coat, threw it down with his hat, Precinct No 6--Theresaa-L.. G. interested of congress In politics for than being In more the next month, would make it possible 5. Provide for garnishment, up

hwn, quickly pulled the pick up to his shoulder and Johns, clerk; R. M. Heraey, Clyde welfare of their country struck i for instance, for the 1943 to 25 per cent, of the salary,

fed down the road to work with the other men. Hall and Elbert Stbley Inspectors" ; home-and congressmen began to Legislature which meets in April wage or other Income of a married When Your

> after day he worked with the men, and the differ- Precinct No. 7-New River-S.IA realize that they might fare betterin to propose some other amend- man. .
the election if they showed the
lemen who came along would chat with him, and Crewe, clerk; Chester Andrews, people that they were willing to'' ment, provide for a special elec- 6. Exempt from taxation property Back Hurts -

n different jobs here and there.e E. C. Priest, and M. J. Johns, inspectors face these Issues and have their tion the following September, and held and used to one-fourth

end of the week pay day arrived. The whistler vote on them considered In deter. I have the amendment In effect extent for religious, scientific, And Your Strength and

the men to quit their work and make their way to Precinct No. 8-Brooker-H. P. tion.mining their eligibility for re-elec within about 100 days If the vot- municipal educational,. literary, Energy !. Below. Par

.shack for their wages. George Baker saw his finishut Gainey, clerk; Wallle Crewe W. Congressional leaders have agreed ers approve It. 'fraternal or charitable purposes. ney It may function be ..MUM thnt.t by permit dlonrd.r polsMnou.of kid-

he hoped that he might at.least claim a week'se H. Harrell, and Coleman Padgett, that congressmen are now entitledto Another amendment would 7. Redistricting of Dade County w_&. to cumults. tor truly ..saypeople
.. .....
said he felt more or less like a whipped dog with Inspectors; ; a short pre-election visit to their broaden the powers of the State commissioner' districts. "when th mil. kldny find foil.10 to and r.mov. MWM.bl.
the shack. home states and that they are to Board of Administration and set .old* and "'b.. w.at. matter front tin.
when he
his legs finally got to
I between be commended for their quick action the board constitutional blond.
the end of the line and a couple of times was on legislation which is of such up as a You may Buffer naming baokaeh,
; near
agency to handle the payment of rhttumatio patna, be.dauhw, dlHin ,
i by the man behind vital concern to the people of the and ttlnf up night,.I.n.r.l ., .welling.BoRMtTntM
principal Interest of
county :
HOMSEE1OM country. AUTO OLASH *| iranty Hnatlon
Baker he said and tried to
name's George gaze .,
Although many members of both and district highway bonds with CASH FOIl OAKS AND with amartlng and burning la n.
thest n.h..'lIn< that aomtithlng la within
The boss hunted wrong
ahead of him. through
lantly the house and senate showed Intense gasoline tax revenue It would THL'CKH IN ANY C 'bladder.Then *
of names while George Baker stood looking on personal dislike for the drafting of allocate to such payment for CO :mould' ba no doubt that prompt
boys in their 'teens. tm.nl la than nngUct. U
undo He saw trouble ahead. Finally he reached E they were. years the revenue from two centsa JUNKtU1lECKEU; XtooVa I'M. It ta bettor to raly oa a
swung over to voting for the measure .I :
Jy-ofl man. The boss banged down the book on his by the military necessity of this gallon of gasoline tax, and It AUTOS madlnfna than that on .om won.thing eonntrywld..p.proval l.! .. favorably!
looked up and said "I don't find your name here. draft, as made clear by leaders would authorize the Board of known. Don.'. hav bran trit>d and tMt
Used Autos $2:>> *d many .. Arc ah all drug atoraa.Uafe .
Led you?" D of our armed forces. Administration to Issue refunding up ttotm'a today.DOANS. .

J question came so unexpectedly that George swal- 1y pu Amendments to the 18-19 draft bonds, maturing within 60 years, HASKINSAUTO
measure have also clarified the to spread out a county's highway I
he braced looked the boss
Ihis tongue. Finally up, PILLS
status of married
I huntedan i Author at S se.r Mar,'. Kltch:: n men, so far as bond debt to prevent default PARTS
hard for
eyes, and said: "I was up a job; the draft is concerned. These North of Town on Road IS
him. I amendments make it for Governor Holland, who sponsored -
to hire me and couldn't find saw a pickd necessary
U defense work has taken even all eligible unmarried men In each It as part of his tax: revision
picked it up and got on the, job. available maid in your communityyou state to be taken before any more program said ratification of ..,_ _.__._._._,_ J ___... ...._._ _._._ -.Qo
J boss gave a surprised laugh then opened the book, will have to do your own house married men are drafted from that the amendment would provide a
Jed the name George Baker down on a line and work so don't give up In despairIf atate. They also provide that no FUNERAL DIRECTOR \
the maid could It method of retiring existing highway -
manage so cat
1 George an envelope with his salary and said, "We :. you. It may be appalling to contemplate married drafted from man with a state children until the shall be bonds of the counties and My Many Years Experience Makes It Potmlhle for Me to Render I
fellow like on the job." but you will find that itwon't sup EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COUKTKOU8!: SERVICE
i you ply of married men without children districts without 'any ad valorem I
be difficult after you get the is exhausted. These amend- taxes. MODERATE PRICES j

"hang"First of of all it. organize your work ments carry out the wishes of many Others In the amendment series DeWlTT C. JONES \

DR. LEMUEL COLSON DENTIST Figure out a system and simplify congressmen to the breaking who have been of families opposed would: Starke, Florida

your living In such a way that tasks I until it I I. absolutely up necessary. 1. Provide for",the direct elec _._._ _._,___, ._,,_ ., ._ ..:. .. i
129 East Call Street are cut down to a minimum.
Next you must know the right I It Is impossible to say Just when
way to take care of your household the time will come for each group
i 9 A. M. to 7 P. M. Evenings By Appointment equipment-silver, rugs, furniture to be drafted but the present indi- /
"-all the paraphernalia that make cations are that married men with ,
our American homes so comfortable children will probably not be taken
and attractive.The until 1944. .
first thing in the morning, This however, does not mean
COMPLETE LINE OF MILITARY on your way to the kitchen to get that family heads will be permittedto rr&1,
breakfast open a window In the continue to live as they please.
SUPPLIES living room pick up the papers and Although they will not be drafted
empty the ash trays. Plump up the into the army for some time, It
TOE SERVICE MEN OF CAMP BLANDINGWE cushions and take out any wilted I seems likely that early next year
OFFER FAIREST PRICES AND flowers. The papers, ashes and : many of them will] be drafted into d
wilted flowers are disposed of in war Industries and farm work- .You
FRIENDLY SERVICEP. one trip and the living room is particularly those who are now em- can
freshening while you start break. ployed in work which Is considered
S. STORES Inc. fast. When you go back later in non-essential. Immediately follow-
the morning to do the daily dus"ngyou ing election congress will be askedto it time
TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU find a sweet smelling room Instead pass legislation for the draftingof spot every ? .
of one heavy with stale tobacco man power for industry and
smoke. farm groups are already bringing
Rtandiriff Center Bus Station
Eat breakfast and lunch In the pressure on the, government: to '.,,/f" k
And 145 {JY., Call St. Starke, Fla. kitchen. Almost every kitchen can make sure that as part of such a making a bull's-eye or ;
be arranged to make room for a plan, provisions be made to supply IN
table and real chairs In place ot farmers with sufficient help to feed making a soft drink there
that once popular narrow nook and the people of this country and of tare
... ,_...... .... no short cuts to "know-how".
-- -.., .. -, ... -- -'-'-' crowded benches. other nations.

We Do Work- When you really clean do one Either legislation, or strong pres- That's the explanation of why so much '
Superior room at a time and do It thoroughly. sure for volunteers, will also be
Use the attachment of the started to get more women Into satisfaction is packed into the pause that

vacuum cleaner to clean the draperies I war work. Women will be expected with Ice.cold Coca-Cola. l .
refreshes : Fiftyseven '
and upholstered furniture at I to take the place of men In Indus ; .
For Better Cleaning well as the rug*. I try as well as in offices and plans years of knowing how to blendNature's
Plan your menus a week at a will probably be worked out soon to '
time and make a complete market make it possible for millions of choicest ingredients explain +
list. Go to market yourself sc housewives to go to work. Althoughthis the different kind of refresh t
TRY THE that :you can be informed on the plan is still In the discussion P
new products and take advantageof stage it seems likely that nurseriesand went you get in CocaCola.A .
NEW METHOD CLEANERS any "specials" your grocer hal play arrangements for children
for you. will be set up, probably in connection
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Edwards, Owners When you come home from mar. with schools, whereby children I finished art in its making createsits
ket take your time to store your will be cared for while their moth- i
j Temple Your Patronage Rhone supplies properly. This means ers go to work. original taste. You've never found

'6DQe Appreciated 135 washing greens and trimming vegetables Despite the poor start in the collection -' this delicious taste in anything: : else ., .
when necessary. You can of scrap metal, reports here
,_ L ..,. .. ..._ _. .. ...... V' _._._ save so much time getting meals indicate that metal It now being except in Coca-Cola itself. The same f<
that the extra time you spend for turned In in unexpectedly large
.1IlI1I11II1"'" .U"I"IIII''IIII''UlII.U.'UlllIIIUUIll1''lIIIIIjIIIIII'1IiI, '' '' '' '''''''' skill guarantees the unique quality
this task is well worth while. amounts as one town after another you

11II1-iII.illlI'.1 On the farm the men have a wora reports tonnage collections of more expect in every drop of this best-liked
for wasted motion "back track." than 100 pounds per capita. The
And That's why organization and planning scrap metal drive is now being soft drink on Earth. \&

are so necessary. They pre concentrated on industrial scrap, t
vent wasted motion and going over since indication are that millions
Always Welcome At the same places twice. Every time of tons can be collected from factories Note how Coca-Cola goes beyond merely j

you back track' you waste time and office buildings. It Is quenching your thirst to leave a delightful .
and energy. Good housekeeping pointed out however, that although tt
is only a small part of a woman' special drives may have been com- afteraense of refreshment. Here's r N_
life a means to the end of pleasant pleted In many towns, people should
MICKEYSSERVING living, so recognize the non-eisen continue to turn In any scrap metal energy that you can really feeL Be sure

tials and learn to do the necessary possibl I you get the real erti'ng. There's no com S
tasks oulcklT and efficienUv. In audition to scrap metal. Increased
pressure Is now being parison. Call for ice-cold Coca-Cola by
USO Needed brought to bear by the Civilian Defense
Negro its full its familiar abbre
organization, to speed collections name or by '

Chaplain Says of tin, rubber and fat. Although vlation-Coke. The best is always the ; 4
special drives have proved

FANCY WESTERN CHOPS & STEAKS I The Committee of Management the most effective way of getting better buy.
various scrap materials turned In,
PLANK STEAKS FOR PARTIES, ITALIAN 'of the YMCA-USO held it* reg- effort will probably be aimed more
ular meeting In the club October and more at making scrap collecting
SPAGHETTI & MEAT BALLS, a habit with everyone and working .
13 with the newly elected out plans for regular. .periodic Outdoor action calls for a refretnlna indoor
MANY GARDEN FRESH VEGETA- officers in charge: Joe. E. Wilson collections of all needed materials. reaction. Ii calls for Ice-cold Coca-Cola. It's
There i Is now a salvage organization a only a little thing, but the big things It does
BLES HOME B A RED ROLLS AND chairman; A. J. Thomas, vice- In
each state as well as In a to please people make It the bcK-liked
PASTRIES. chairman; Chas. H. Allen treasurer most towns and counties and steps soft drink on Earth.
wUl be taken to see that aU weak
; and El L. Matthews, recording -
pot* In the salvage setup are
secretary. strengthened and that scrap collecting
Capt. Louis A. Guesses:, Jr., 1* put on a permanent baste
WAYS TIlE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS special service officer of Headquarters c' Wartime limits the supply of Coca-Cola. Those lime 4

Camp Blandlng and and the committee In charge was when you cannot<< get. It, remember Coke, being first
Col. Morgan Ashley, chaplain at urged to push Its efforts along:
this line. stated The best I Iit choice, sells out first. Ask for It each time. No matter d
the Reception Center, were welcomed Chaplain Ashley

{Mickeys Cafeteria as new members of the that there wa nothing In Starke always the better buy hot'.hortthesupphth.quatkyofCoca.Cotscarrlaon.aorrleo .

committee. for the colored men except. "two

The possibility of establishment undesirable Jook Joint and that

In Fla. of a USO unit la Reno for he wa very Interested In seeing UNOCI AUTHOtlTY O. THI COCA-COIA COMPANY St
Center the convenience of colored soldiers something worked out for their STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANYpr

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It is a great deal more than waving a flag. It is a great deal more than scrap to win this war!

saying, "I love my country!" How can we do it? Here's a few suggestions.

Patriotism is an expression of love of country-it is feeling put into 'We needn't wait for Salvage Drives! We can collect all our wri

j practical action! material and pile it up. Then;-sell it to a junk dealer, give it to a shad]

For many of us, Patriotism begins at home. We can serve as air raid take it ourselves to the nearest collection point, or get in touch with ot

wardens, as fire-wardens. We can act as watchdogs of vital industries. local Salvage Committee.

We can knit. We can Stamps and bonds. We Can do hundreds
of jobs necessaryto tb buywar e ff or. And instead of rolling out the car and whizzing off to somenboring

town to shop, we can visit our home-town stores. We'll no d 0
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find that the greenest pastures have always been right in our own back
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PARALYSIS IS Immobilizing the afflicted limbs

YIKUHNG: In "splints or casts to avoid "ir'

Poliomyelitis more commonly ritation" of the muscles But

I/ A known as infantile paralysis, la a Sister Elizabeth Kenny an Australian ate

disease that has hitherto
given nurse thought there might
way only slowly before the advancing -
w be a better way.Thirty .
front of medical science.
years ago, during an nta
Until very recently: there was !a
epidemic of polio in an Australian
not much doctors could do eitherto
buohtown. she decided to try
prevent or to cure It. Primarily -
something new. Instead of Immobilizing -
a warm-weather disease, It
children's aching limbs
has run its course pretty much aa
and backs during the acute stageof
It pleased through the summer
the diacat-a. she wrapped them
months usually disappearing from
in woolens out of hot
C our midst by November only to wrung '
) / water.
) return in June. J 11 4
When--In a far shorter time W k' R5
Itut now comes good news and
than usual--tha pain left she Fl )
hope In recent reports that medical '
managed and flexed their limbsnd a. c
science is attacking infantile
J \ muscles Then she taughtthe
paralysis with more success. New-
children to concentrate on i
ly announced dUcoveiles indicate
self-exercise of the affected muscles -
that the disease la yielding
ground on three fronts. to help prevent the cripplingthat V

m! often followed.
Sneeze' or Flint T
Sister Kenny's new treatment
The first two discoveries con- /
met with encouraging success I
cern the nature and spread of 1
1 the disease. IndUNtry'x Important fart It's a Good Morning With Flapjacks in Syrup!

American industry busy as It (See Recipes Below.)
I Infantile
paralysis, 01 "polio, I ,
\Is in the Battle of Production, ,Is
as doctors call I it. has been
helping In the fight against infantile 1 Breakfast Time
thought to be a expiratory dl.- ThU. Bandar's :
ease usually' passed from one paralysis. It manufactures II \ Breakfast'r i i'
the life-saving respirator, or "iron ,,x4,
child to another Whether wake to the crowingof I
by coughing or you Sliced reaches In Orange Juice ,jl
lung for use when ,
sneezing.: As such, it was difficult emergency the rooster or the Jingle of an Feather-Fluff! Griddle Cakes f.,j i
to control. breathing mimcles are attacked; alarm clock. It's ,; t" I
and the other of Poached Eggs ',,'
many articles .4a signal to be upland U:
New evidence, however pointsto equipment needed In treatment. fiIij! about seeing Maple Syrup ;' I 1'1
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the fact that polio more
1 And for use In the Kenny treatment I to the day's work. Beverage ', I
often be an Intestinal dlonaae, the paperboard Industry is I But first! A Recipe Given I 4' : ;

Iqy like dysentery or typhoid fever. today contributing large stocks I hearty breakfast :

spread Thanks of to such modern disorders science can, now the of hard-to-get woolen pads nor- lil I I ]( Is In order so that sausage or crisp brown bacon- ;'4 : i I

mally used in manufacturing. An the system canI there you have) a week's ideas.

ur married lift my wife hat been worr'l",. This morning she aid she be controlled with relative cane underwear company has. given I get started on Its The Cereals. I
how business could continue much longer made "Minor through, proper sewage disposal (day's routine in
I ut my mir quantities of the needed wool to At least one serving of cereals lithe
Mil on a sweater, anti asked here we could mote if .ut could,,', and other scientific sanitary I the proper' form.
be distributed to hospitals as nutrition requirement for the :
,the ,
0' furnace.ATHLEEN measures.A I No matter whether -
needed. day. This.. most easily served at
second is it's for the
discovery reported
breakfast with cream and sugar and
BROTHERS UNITED that the disease may be spread Manufacturers Inform workers 8225 'head of the fam- perhaps few slices of fresh fruitor I

AN named Jim Davis Like brothers united the by file*. Homes, schools farm and their families about Infantile ily'' going oft to berries. Ready-prepared cereals

rites me that he has a turn total of our worries and buildings and public places shouldbe paralysis through literature and Set the defense plant. are delightful especially in the I
health articles, to call a doctor Jumper daughter on her
adequately against
Worrying wife. He sayses fears Hands invincible but these aerial spreaders of disease for their children at the first Pattern No. 8225!-Tummies flatten .way' to the nurs..' aid flats, moth light warmer and weather nutritious.- they're crisp I

the greatest trouble taken separately and faced -hips! hide from view under this er or the should Recently some
Sinter sign of fever and stiff neck. youngsters no one
Kenny's TriumphA of the prepared cereals have bees
squarely these /lear young and ultra-becoming Jumper. this meal of the I
meals same skip blithely
vorld to that over :
see third discovery has to do with On every front there la encouragement You'll like the old world flavor of scientifically restored so they have
time and hot and that crumble from sheer weakness the and the front i all the whole-grain richness and
| treatment. Most treatments for t n man's fight suspender ttmps day.For nutritive
ire fldwers on the table. i and unimportance. In this infantile paralysis have Included against disease. buttoning girdle belt too. For con years doctors and dieticians value In them. .
year of universal strife the trust, wear with it the latest round have looked askance at those who I..
Light as down flapjacks welcome
considerout are a
I marvelously I neck "innocent gal" blouse with passed real and at them
petty fears of a woman like up a up- -
sight at breakfastl Try these:
demure short sleeves or slinky long ..
having a pencil on the "May Davis" of this letterare breakfast because It doesn't give '
ones) Feather Flmff Griddle Cakes. :
ephone table and an exporter the body a chance to start functioning -
something to be a little Pattern No. 8223 Is In sizes 11. (Makes abamt 18 cakes) .

at the bottom of ashamed of. If each of ut SUCCESSFUL 13 15, 17 and 19. Size 13 Jumper early In the day If you'refat S eggs, wen beaten ".
takes need frult-egg-toast-and-
38-inch you :
35 material
2Vt yards or
She dresses well and were to succumb so easily to I saps rich wear milk ar buttermilk
short sleeve blouse IV yards. beveiage to, start your .
nically and goes to a unnecessary worry we would metabolism working at top speed to IH" _.. whit fleorM l

|parlor twice a week. He soon be fair game for even the at PARENTHOOD start tearing down of excess tissues.If cap prepared pancake dour' 't-'

1 entertains nicely and has weakest adversary. United in Narna.V.; ............................ you're thin then you need Justas 1 I leaspawa) salt _. 4 i
up their small daughter and teaspeea baking powder .),
courage unselfishness'tveare much of a breakfast with a few '

(carefully and lovingly. But invincible. Addr.................................. more trimmings to start building Have Ingredients at room tem. ii'
Ties all the time. I yourself. If you're normal you still per.ture. Sift dry Ingredients thor ,

li nine now, ana she isft I she was not afraid to sit in thecrosscurrent Ir MBS. CATHERINE COHRAD EDWARDSAswdote ...................................... need the hearty breakfast so you stir. Add to milk to eggs. Gradually 1 J'J'ouChly.
to droop in this atmos-I dry ingredients Stii
Can maintain your health and give
t constant depression just of air from the porch. EdlW. meats' Moeodae Nam of paper...................... body Its dally nutritional Just enough make a smooth bat (
your re
"She talked for five minutes about
li Elinor looks at her ter. Cook on ungreaied griddle. Tryout
quirements. And of the best
piteously. "Please, Mummy the sample of paint they have triedon I Pattern No......... .1........... one one cake and if batter la toe
the garage and said she was sureit TEACHING SPIRITUAL VALUES recommendations for a real break. 'I
|so Important-It doesn't mat was not what she had chosen. Band 15 eanta In coin, for fast is the good way it starts you thick add a little more milk. ,"

1 be all right!" the small girl! Then she made Elinor put on a National Bible week gives us an part of your children's cultural as .web pattern dfalrad) !_ on your' day's work. None of that Fried eggs ere good: to serve with '

sweater, asked me where we could opportunity to write about teaching well as religious heritage and Patricia Dow Patterns drowsy, It's-hard-to-wake-up-ln-the- these griddle cakes. Fry them thus: ;., i j I
i it easy. May." the man ofise should be denied them. N. Y. Slip Into a scant V4 inch
move if we couldn't get oil for the your children spiritual values.Manyof not 206 W. 17th St.. New York. morning feeling. No, Ma'aml eggs layer 'i4i
says cheerfully, as he today's mothers and fathers The war Is bringing the church Hardest about of moderately: hot fat. Cook at mod .
furnace this winter asked me twice thing breakfasts Is
himself at the table. Butor missed such guidance In their childhood closer to the people and some of erate heat, dipping fat over eggs to {1 k
whether I had put an air-stamp ona that it's easy to get Into a rut by
later both father and for after the disillusionmentsof the discrepancies between what the cook to desired doneness. Turn II ;: G
'r come under the dark spell letter I had mailed, asked me the last war a lot of parentshadn't churches professed and what HTENOOUAIlIEUINOT! M serving the same desired. Serve at once on warmed I If.G
woman's mood. for the third time whether the Bakers sufficient grasp of spiritual church members did are being PADS 13o each- BRADFORD foods morning after f' .C Platter. .

were coming to dinner on Thursday things to pass them on to another washed away In the deeper understanding COUNTY TELKOKAPII.iv : tflornlng' This .l l_; t t
lorries About Money.ur said she wished she could call generation. They hesitated to ask of what Christianity real- is rather strange 8awday Breakfast. ; :

> married We she has been it oft before it was too late as she their children to accept beliefs of ly teaches. In other words, what 'runoiur OK TUB ('ol'%TY considering how Place sausage links In a frying ,' I

g about money althoughy hated to tackle dinner for six with which they themselves were no the churches ask your' children to .11'l>
steady job and her own no assurance of having a cook in longer sure. believe today' will present fewer 111 1<"rat.08lS.Kntata.'. Ix of|'l""'At'|]] effort Is spent on Do not prick the L I Iskin.

anagement we never have the kitchen. The first thing to do in setting conflicts with their dally living and 3. C'. Miinnlntf getting varietyinto .. Cover and tV '

any difficulties." Jim writes. "After that I left for the office your own thinking straight before natural instincts than the cruel ten IMcelHxd.TO the other two-squares a day. let steam S miss"v } j'
ets of an earlier day often did. AI-I. rHp.OITOI'MNO I
rasped of any extra expense feeling as if I were being bitten to you attempt to inspire that your children values The church will teach them to be MAVINO riAIMM' I OR PlilHONH III':.- Well why not variety for breakfast utes Wes drain. ':
know spiritual
her hours of anxiety; she is death by ducks. The moment I got is to the today as they happy not fearful; truly generous MANDS AGAINST HAIIJ K8TATX3: : You can have this variety fruit. Cook ewer stow l /, ,

afraid she will have to have there May was on the telephone; have are always same been. Creeds may rather than hypocritically sacrificial notified You and and each r.fulr of| you
flUed; she doesn't want to Elinor had gone off to school with change social morals change but ; and will offer valuable experience any claims and demands which well but you'll get out of the morning cat peach ,

actor just for a little burnt out her rubbers and May thought the Intangibles remain the same. in community social life as against you! or the either estate ot you of ,J.may C.. Manning have doldrums quickly enough if you juice I* 8 sausage I

of thing. rain was blowing up. Also had I For instance ways of doing good well as a quiet place for religious deceased: Into of Maid' County. punctuate the breakfast with favor. atatd let brown. 'Serve with :'( i

father has had a heart at- seen her opera glasses? Not that may differ from one culture or one thinking.But to.th. County Judge of nroiKord Ite frulta-in-season other fruit Juices poached eggs on top of toasted English .:. !
e i Is 78, and epoch to another but the desireto the parents' chief responsibility County, Florida, at his orf//.-a In ....... Red 1 ,I
although currant
now m. Jelly or .1
she needed them but she'd sudden In providing their children the Courthouse of ssid) County at and some of those canned fruits you
to good health I suppose ly thought of them and couldn't find do good springs from a spiritual with spiritual values is to stress mark. Florida, within eight rail.midair put up during the summer months. gulden peach Jam makes a.delecta .
someday' have another. But source that is unchanging So. to months from the time of the ble dton. :
'me them anywhere begin with give your children a these in their living as well as firm publication of this anti/,'.. Toast? If you insist on toast try "
the telephone bell rings "This may sound funny to you," foundation of respect for Just plain their teaching., For in these days' Kath claim ur demand shell bIt in using whole wheat rye raisin If youta aevrr tried old-faahloned ) t
T"Ispers wrltlnx- and shall
tate i
'Papal' and staggers the letter ends "but it's not when we know so well that all ma. the pluraof have real
so funnyto goodness. We call it personal integrity residence and pout office addraaa cracked wheat, etc. Naturally the scrapple yea a treat a. ? .
'er It
with her hand over her your faithful reader today, but it's still madeup terial possessions can be lost we of the claimant, and shall bn sworn bread should be enriched so you'll eotnm I. you: \ : M Mr
art. Everything Is a cause "Jim Davis." kindness and high must build our children's satisfactions to by the claimant, iicont or attorney I
of honesty
and such get the most out of toast And then "Caaaage Scrapple. K
Try, and under and on Inward things-they are any i-lalm or demand -
over itp And there's a postscript: "But principles.As I not ao filed shall bo void all hot
the all we can be sure of handing on there are sorts of breads tSertres 6 to 1))
font of great world worry. don't fool yourself; I love my wife." for church membership that to them. If we bring them up to take As. U.1O-23 lla !Manning 4t 11.13 that will send the family cheering J caps. O-VWnB-Pall t

us can escape. Amusing and Pathetic. Is an individual matter but every pride in facing life fearlessly, administratrlx. off to work-blueberry muffins pecan 4 e..s ....... sailed water

toes morning for example" the I've reprinted this letter in full child should have the Bible as partof if we cultivate awareness of beautyin iv. (iiiciiT l'ol'IIr<< SIR.tornim rolls mumns, and flapjacks! I ...... .._ag.*. In bulk
on, "my wife somewhat because it seems to me amusingand his upbringing. The Bible dories little things and in small acts of ('O'J'IITY.; PLOIUIIAI i> 1'11\x.
Jiized the ctoit: t". Eggs in all manner of ways area CGOk a .sneal in rapidly boiling
in motion
breakfast In In reading,
eonv.rasI and maddening ail at song kindness, their lives win not be'
was supposedly reading once.pathetic Not women make so : pictures (there are excellent 18-mm barren. Nor can this capacity for Mary 2173. w"l>ert< '>*' ndant, Casa N. 'good standby. Poached, fried! coddled salted water, and add sausage to

> r. But many stories made and o'ur baked scrambled, a''a goldenrod mixture. Blend: thoroughly. Rinse
I took out my pencil of worrying that shorts of Bible simple, honest Joyous living be taken >Kll PITIIMOATIOV
'ally noted down the variety thorough a job rented by Cathedral Films Inc., away from them by anything AND MOTIf': TO 'AI'I'KAK or combined with ham slxzlln a loaf p.. with cold water and pack

IS she was they worry about EVERYTHING. Box :589. Hollywood. Calif.) are a short of total catastrophe. Harry HTATM V. Wllh.rt.FlxVKlOA Plaintiff, va In ho ..,.a..le. 'Let stand in ice

finding.to worry Most of us have ome avenues uf ___ ______.._ _u_ ___- W' OK tt>1 .Mary. '/ boa overmen., covered with waxed
peaceful and contented thought to I '\".nlrahulevardLuAnge.. Cal- in beaten and
Ian with the paper. Dip egg fry
headlines she Ift .
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which we can escape Evidently Lan Says
lot old You are ri>qulr l until foUrm brown. Serve with I
my *> to
mother crying QUICK I appear on
May Davis hasn't.Winston December 'Jlh Tips for Breakfast FrulUi "
the applesauce
Y daughter MI. In above spiced cranberry sauce ;
over white-faced with Churchill, who. .. will be WHILE YOU WAIT named Court and came, wherein You're going to be a llttie shorton or maple syrup. 1,
a picture SHOE plaintiff/
of what neeki
would Bradford
conceded has something over whichto so do the most with '
to us in the County Telegraph nhall publl.h this A .anatiosl of the ham 'n' eggstheme ,
days of German
tion worry. Is quoted as saying that Order In neat four weekly I.HII.". what you' have. A little salt In
of All Work Guaranteed ie Oris \
a quiet : ,
she Kentucky" town. he has developed a priorities system Wltnenmy hand and official cooked fruit or sprinkled on such 'j

1 ly' the went on' to say that for worrying. PEPAIRIMG Only Highest Quality tober seal aJtn Stark... 194,, /rior"th" c- things as melons brings out true rrhrolrUes With IIA"'. { }

worst that would hap- : He takes them one at a time, and (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomaa, fruit flavor requires less sugar. Serves. S. ,.',' J

,u.hated would< be financial ruin, creaks each one in turn. It's the Leather Used curjfi.i' said' Court' Lemon or lime Juice with mel a hard....e.I eggs, remove yolks t t j

the thought of losing : old story of the father who asked on enhances the natural sweet 4 laatrapia.es grated cheese :..1' j

jjutiful' home and garden. his strong young sons to break separate 1 TIIM COUNT: Of TUB COI'
but came il Elinor's cold; it was sticks which they did with BROWNSTEEN'SSHOE Jl...LOII8U.IHIK. ...HHAI IN PHOOATH>fOHI> lOUVTY, Orange Juice chilled before the Salt aad pepperMelted I

It got any worse my ease. But when he In ref, KMat. of b.SerMash \
'?uld I contemptuous REPAIR David fruit Is squeezed Is an excellent .
'e could keep her in bed in which I bound those sticks Into a tight Acrowi P..a..d.Tn Powell. Carpenter pep-you-up. Let the augur standon ,.... and mix with cheese, :;
From Fontof f Ice
play' not rehearse for the heavy bundle it was a different ALL rntr.OJTon'I'SO. .Foil. grapefruit a while (while the butter _in.a. Refill whites. I' j
and couldn't be in it. I MONK HAVING |,AIMS OR 1)I K.
brothers Press Pour rich
that Umrthrr.
began story. His point was MANDH AdAI.VHT MAID RHTATH- coffee percolates) and the sugar a cream l
eat nervously to cry Into united cannot be broken. -.-._ ... ..... _.w. T... .._ .. You and each of you are hereby will melt and go further. Try sauce wevr them and sprinkle bu&"c, "
Well the great nations of the notified/ and required to present tered msuifca ewer them. Brown a i
fruit first but
I any claim and demand which eating or Juice saving
Overlook Nethlng. world: are as brothers united today "WHY GO FISHING ? or either of you, may have .galnsl you l half to finish off your break few cninwle in a hot overt Serve l

then said that she was and while they hold together theycannot the eiitata of David' Powell Carpenter fast-It will leave a fresh tasteIn on b,..._. circles of ham.

'Emmy was the maid would leave be broken. The slow great GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh to ,the deceased County: late Judge of said of flrndfonl County your mouth Vh.s..e food probltmtf Cek.wakiaef .

afraid the price 01 beef tide that is forty nations standing County Florida nt his office In Fruit stewed should have yew
sugar '
lOOn be the ('ourlho...." of Maid County at V.W waking, !? 1'ickltiurni..
prohibitive; she did shoulder to shoulder Is gathering Water and Sail Water Fish, Shrimp, etc. Htarka, Florida, within right .......n. added after It Is stewed with a *..rfa* CauUrra's lunchn? M,,. Lynn
nuch't1"* business could con head and will presently flood deep dar month.. from the time of the pinch of salt. You won't need C'fcam'-'- will a>. glad in five you ex.ffrt 'I
longer. She asked the enters of petty hate and Live and Dressed Poultry, Fruits and VegetablesNEWSOME'S first publication of this notke.Ka .
me ever aMfeaar
W"e s <..h claim or demand nhaM bt litwrltlnir. as much sweetening, this way.Cook ax rw' particular j rn6Iftm. -
of started as the pite. ,. and shall Male the place dried fruits with a slice tf :yaw mnlt her fijtlaininf unaljreai i
One her fee felt very And for her lesser worries May' of residence and pout office address lemon These citrus ear ,. ...... ef nnlrrn Nf tfffff .
she of the claimant, and shall e> orange.
begged feel shame. This be sworn /-. 2/0 South Ufsplaintlixr
me not to do Davis may ,
to by the claimant, n n or fruits have an affinity with dried
m e t.
IIIIeIS with a man named Is no time to borrow trouble from MARKET th.lr attorney and any ouch claim +rl. 0.;...... ",. "''-All enclose !
10. with i whom I have not the the butcher's bills of 1944 or to or demand not >o filed shall b. apricots, peaches;prunes and ap stewp.J. e-fafmara? rnre/n/M for your t

'It eel IntenUon of doing business; honeycomb our still protected days Next Door To New Method Cleaners On Temple Ave. void. Myrtle Jackson Carpenter' ples. reply.h..:..... kr. ...tern ......p..,.. Union. !

my mother twice whether and ways with dangers. An axacutor. I
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)'.\ FO"" .. _-HRADFORD .- -_FR.o IV. .......
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Mr David J. Mllllkln. Rio Guy whose residence I* 11 deceaned. =*;
Christmas Boxes covering of the parcel so as to NewbersT Dldonnto IloltsvllI whose$Kanatorlum r..ld.nceiol Sfolher. Route* No. 1, Halifax. NorthtJaroliIuI.
permit ready Inspection of the ; ::lil.r : > Lon* InlandIslimd. County, New Jersey. may oon..rn. that on the i 'PrS ..i.
to of 'I :
on 16th. day
Suffolk County New York: You are required to appear on You are required app. A. n. 1942 '"4"
For Men Abroad contents.No to on November 2nd, 1MJ! : In the above November 16th., 1043. In abovenamed I vhall apply to the Honorable K'K. In
you appear
are requtrw.1
; wherein Court and cause wherein 1'erryman, Judge of nalil 'rc',,, Dil.
in the above named Court ansi cause Court '?
Must Be Sent NowIn perishable mutter or intoxicant November namml Court 3nd,and 1IMA cause whereinplaintiff' plaintiff seek divorce and restoration plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford an Judge of Probate, for my final the h.reunl". ,.., In \'h"
geek.* dlvor.... Ilradford of Maiden Name. It rail ford County Telegraph shall publish this discharge aa Executrix of the H"nr ."
,, or inflammable shall thin. County Telegraph hull publish this Order In next four weekly issue Will and Testament of Sarah L.t 1"iorid4< u TaiIlhthlt
County Teleirriiph'
order that men of the armed of kind. will be sent-no Older In next four weekly' IBHUOB.Witness Order In next four weekly IjsueM.Witness Witness) my hand and official c-la Hnmrlck, deceased. My final : A.I' th:.4/lr" ,,
any .... 1d' '
linnil mud official my hand and official seal at JIluke. Florida, this OctoberOJFICIAI report and application fur final din.
forces in Alaska and "outside the my this October 2nd 8th,. charge are now on file in (SAL! 0
matches or poisonous articles. Addresses seal at, ""..rk.. Florida thin October at Starke, Florida the of-
( SEAL.) A. J. Thomas, flee of said
continental United States" 2nd., 1942. Judg. Tn If,,
may 1942. AM Clerk of said Court. Dated .\
and 13th A. 1>. ,
must be legible par. 1943. I S.cr.t.T
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A.T.: Thomas (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J; Thomas 4t Well K. Sheriff

receive their Christmas packages eels to overseas Army personnel A* Clerk of said Court. 10-8 4t 10-JO A. Clerk of said Court. 10-9 4t 10-40 111-1 18NOTICE A.* Executrix of the Last Nollman.Will and 9-11 ot 10.10NOTI4 ir5if,1 ':0'.1). .

time and in condition Testament of
good Sarah
on Francis
has should show in addition to the iv fincii-r conir. nn 'i>Koniimisri. IV .n'J'.T (-Of'RT. HH.I>KOHUCOINTV all rick deceased. 4t 11-8 --
the Poptoff Department I* hereby given 5
.' name and address of the sender, '. "'L01UU.. 1 IX: f..tI.\!%-' FLOHIU4I U ( 11.1KV. \- whom It may concern that Florrl 10.1 VOlt 0. tPPIrt
., .
made valuable suggeBtlona. clot Y. ( NOTICIO
the name, rank army serial number Paul k.: Fisher, Plnlntlff. vii. Elisabeth John Hoblnson I. yaath. Plaintiff McKlnney. a* Ouardlan of VoU..yMrKlnney. To the Sheriff Oi ELF.t..IOI NOT('o.n.le I ilti:

Christmas parcels and card branch of service organization MurphY' Fisher D..f.ndanLOHUEH VK. Jewel Morris '...y..th, D..f nORDH day .of Incompetent, A.will D.on 143 the16th of the State ot Florida: That It''': 19

should) be mallei] not later than A. P. O. number of the addresmie Case No. 2180 i'P PITHLirATIOV dant. Case Nn.OP :179.l'tlHLU'ATIONANO apply to Judge Nov.mb.rJ K. Ferryman.County GRAY.He It Secretary Known, of That State I, of R. the A. Tag.. .Siafford...Uth.at.1 IEIFBI

November 1the earlier the better. AND NOT1CH TO APPKAK NOT1CH TO APPEAH'lTATfI Jude of Bradford County Stat of fr Nepi. II.2nd. .
_ and the poatofflce Florida for authority to sell atprlvat. Florida, do hereby give has !
toJewel "
I STATIc OF KIXUinA to: Ellxablh OF FLORIDA : notice that IIIOENERL has tied same i In .
Patrons should mark each sale, the entire Interest ofsaid .. .
through which the parcels are to Murphy Fisher Number 831&31th -' Morris LeyHath. Number 12 1'1..01mont deed 0.1. '
"Christmas Parcel", and Jackson HelKhta.Queen Avenue, CharlestOn "South Volley McKinney, Incompetent ELECTION ha apPloUlo. ,
\ pnckag-e, be routed. Avenue In the following described real l will b Bradford County, ..erUth'nte I..u.o

, "Rpecial effort will be made to York. County. Long Inland New Crol1na.You are required to appear on state, to-wlt: State of Florida, on Tuesday next described "I.

effect delivery of all Christmas Bl'4 1I'H.UI'I.1 You are required to appear onNovember November T..d., 1942. In the abovenamed NKW of MW'! and Ntt of SKVi Buoceedlnv the first Monday In of Dtadfurd. 8tis!, I. t
& 2nd.: 1942. In the above Court and cause, wherein Section 8 foUlh. November. A. D. 1943, the said Wit: 01
1 Northbound 1-30: P. M. P
$' mailed before Nov. 1 In Kane 21 East Tuesday being the
parcels 4:31 A. M. (}Will only named Court and cause wherein plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Nli': of
Bradford Telegraph shall publish thin acres, more or loss, also Lots 1, Thirds Day of November Twp \ IW\j of
time for Christmas". 10:00 A. M 10:10: P. M. plaintiff seeks divorce. County N. ,
1:03: P. M. Not by Ocala County Telegraph hall publish this Order In next four weekly issues.Witness and 3 of Block 10 Sampson City, For Representative In Congress, .-r.... more U I !,
? Christmas parcels shall not exceed 2:20: P. Ord-r In next tour weekly Issues. my hand and official I seal Section 4 East.Township 7 South, Stat of Florida at lance. In The aHNeesii,5 or Ie. t
2:4& P. t!. .J..d Witness my hand and official at Btarke. Florida, this October 6th., Hans 31 All of mid (kinds the Keventy-elaThth Congress of ely under or
the present limits of 11 3:1\0:: M. 400 A. M. seal at Starfce, Florida, this October J94**. lying and being In Bradford the United State*. .....d Wfts ike Rid ti.,
l\\ T'30: A. M. SEAL A. J. Thomas County Florida.Which For Representative of the .. In the .
pounds in weight. or 18 inches in 6:28: M. Kth (OFFICIAL. Second Morgan na" w
11:03: :. M. 6:20: P. M. ( ) :iAIl4EAT..) A. J. Thomas. A* Clerk of said Court. 10-9 4t 10-SO I said application oWle b* Congressional District of t h lnles? .
,I' length, or 42 Inches In length' 11.38: TM.. f"r 8t Agustin A* Clerk of said Court. 10-9 4t 10-30 I based upon Petition now In State of Florida. In the Seventy r"d.er.d ..Id.. rertifI01.
1:20: A. M. Court. I
said This October '2. 1943.
and girth combined. However, "............. .:111 P. M. lIKAIU'Oltn IV ( .....1'.. <' -"T. iiRADFOiinCO Florrie McKinney Guardian.T. bit eighth ateS. Congress of the United property. de..rlb.d .
IV CtltI'IT rol NT. '
VTV, FMMtlUAl IV: C9IANtEStY .old to tb'1
the public is urged by the War 3:211: A. M. For Palatka 401rt, FLOHIUtl IM t'hlAS-' Frank Landrum; Fur Three Justices of the Supreme S'rlhouie the hllh.t
1I:2 A. M
and Navy departments to cooperate i :UvUla only- MMlbimnd: Au : cast: 1.Margaret. lltix MIMIkln. Plaintiff W. A. Gay, Plaintiff vs. Carmen .Atty. 10-t 4 11-8 For Court Two of Railroad the Stat.Commlaaionersof of Florida. ?% 'In ,the! mot on ii or b f,.

by voluntarily restricting : 10:36 A.If.. i1" VM. Furrel Mike Mllllkln. Defendant Rio Gay, Defendant. Case No. the State of Florida. camber whlc'h I. the
i*. 8:30: AIf.. I* 'O..tT OF COUNTY For 1942 1tbI
11:40 One Member
Case tin 217H .I'JCJ. of the House of
the size of Christmas parcels to Not by (Will. Tally. Special OI1DKK (II.' "PrnLIPATION 2193.ORDER lin'IIF >IIU COUNTY, "'r"I''J Representative of the State of 1'.1 t hi. 22nd.. ,

'. that of an ordinary shoe box, and 8:40 P. M. 10:40: A.If.. ANt NOTICE TO APPKAK! OF PUBLICATIONAND I"l.tlt liSt. Florida. ( )\' d.,
"Mera- 6:25 1'. M 7:10: P. M. BTATR OF FIAIKIDA to: Furrel NOTICE TO APPEAH In r* KstHte of For Five) County CoinmlxBlonerfl. j'I.I. SEAr.. ,
l the to 6
weight pounds. Uvula only 8:30: P. M. :Mike, Mllllkln. whose residence In STATIc OF FLO1UI to: CarmenNOTICE SARAH FRANCIS HAMRICK For Two Member of the County County Fllrie.1"111 co1if.. R
; bern of the armed forces are --
T.B1: 1'If.. Tally. Special
, amply provided with food and OF ELECTI'ON-'
clothing", the suggestions say

I "and. the public Is urged not to SouthboundNo.

,. Include such matter In gift par- 1 (local) due Starke 11:15: : WHEREAS: The teir'>.T tiir. nl 1941 1 for the Investment of stokIng funds or berear'eT owned o u..e rn such Filed in office Secretary o State I the t."to" .mh II
fender the Constitution. nt 1885 of Inc laid Bosra may use the sinking, funds purpose ov the Stat ot "or'da shall June 12 1941A said EI.cton Prs'iiji, 5
celt Not than Christ.
more one PM.No. 8tace 01 Florida dlo case 8 Imuiteaoiutlona created tot said ot any countv be vested in 5 b to U inoiunivt
mas package shall be acceptedfor 191 (Miami) due Starke ( oropoaiog .mendment. toIne or tpecial road .IQn. district ot known aa the (lame and Fresh JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan and except men, ens 11,. .

10:38: PM Conatltutlon oi the State at Florida : other unit bereunder to ourchaa thematuNd P'sn Commission Sucb OommiaaionII amendment to Article 7. Section 3. cincta nurob. Drl .
mailing In any one weel) and the same were agreed to 05a or maturing bond oartlc. consist of five members one of the Constitution of the Stat of east 01 s e 1.
: when sent by .or on behalf of No. 108 (local) due Starke 9:23: ; vote oJ three-flftha of all the members paling herein ot an* c..nt. ot .n each CD"'OO. district aa Florida Relative to Census and Apportionment B.r.: t.MlrD .I

: AM. elected to each noose: that the other .Ula road and bridge districtor ex.stmg on who shall b, Amending Section 3. Another
\ the same person, or concern to rotea on said Joint Resolution* were otl.r taxing district thereof b appointed by the Governor subject of aid Article as to Designate of the all

, : or for the same addressee". NorthboundNo. entered upon their respective. Vnirnalserltb pro"ldr that .c said matured confirmation bv the Senate The Browsed County: aa e a Senatorial Dlatrlct DI.trlc. ohal oomoru, l
the ... and a* an Investment members so appointed annuallyaelect : 1" Oi th l lit
2 (local) due Starke 5:45: Seas and 0. therenn th..rPf fn.1 and designate Calhoun Countyand : 1941 In dl.
All articles must be packed insubstantial v they did' determine and direct that Val b* the price paid therefor one of their .Chairman Quit County .a Senatorial Dl- trlct .mbrace Com

boxes or containersand AM.No. the said Joint Resolution be submitted which not exceed the par value ot the Commission trl't.BB. or the Minims dNcb
192 (through) due Starke to the electors. of the state at plus accrued Interest, and that saidInvestment 3. The firstmembers ot the Commission IT RESOLVED BT THE LEGISLATURE ot _
be covered with of the General. shell bear Interest at the mlMloae. via ceuu" .
wrappers Bee: tlon la November snail appointed on January OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA aeq
AM. except
: db the
1941 r.t of the oar cent per annum 1. 1043 hall serve reapectlvely in trt
sufficient strength not only tt) 13' That the to the aforeraid
No. 108 (through) due Starke NOW nrrRirFotiB! IRA ORATSecretary : le). T. Board shall annually for one two three four and five Section 3 rolo.IDIendmen. ConstItution numbered 24 inc W lol

resist pressure of other mall In 6:43: PM. ot State ot the tate. ot use In each county ao- veara At the expiration of each otsucb of the Stat of Florida relative Election Prwlnct Limbs l

the same pack but to withstandthe Florida do hereby: Else notice tbat S eo..ne fr.e to nay current principal "rn1 a successor shall b* ap to Census and apportionment Past the
No. 44 (through) due Starke maturing. If any of said I serve for s term o 1. designating Broward County aa the o .trD tl

weight of other sacks of 3.28; PM. GENERAL ELECTION .bond and cnaolln or other fuel las ,.a. thirty-ninth: (391 Senatorial Dlatrlct Bay.The County

mall, which in the long transit will be held tn each county hi Floridaon certificates of such county 3 The memb. of the Commission and Calhoun County and Out County ahall be elected in Omml
Reservation train or special road and district no compensation for their a* the fortieth (401 Dlatrlctb .
Tuesday next "succeeding. the first brldR .h..1 reel. 8enatrla .general election SI
be piled thereon. "Furthermore or other special I ndistrict C In iso
may Starke and Bell Monday in November, A D 1943. the aa aucb. but each Commlaatoner and the earn la to flee for the '
the.et: to establish snail receive hi* necessary traveling and shall b submitted to the elector .rl o w n
as each parcel la subjected No. 101 leaves laid Tuesday being the .eond which they
Starke 7 AM. a tn. t meet nr other expense Incurred while of the State of Florid for ratificationor i and .h.1 h.be,

to censorship, delay in handling No. 102 arrives Starke 1:50: THIRD DAT OF NOVEMBER future rrUlr..m.nt of .,,10 bond and engaged In the dl.ch.rl. of ills Of rejection at the Oeneral Election ube .> I be /heir t..rl O.i
? !
, ( may be minimized by securing the PM. for' the ratification or rejection ot the .ola.. tlX the an' tcla the dutlea. but .uel .h"l not ex held on the first Tuesday .ttl'r.h. I thereafter. there Il
c..rtl".t.whe. I apPr. sum 10.0 I any one first Monday la November. the .h,1 11
( Daily except Sunday said Joint Resolution propouiDsamendments o vests yea*. o follow District M .l
ChURCh millCCTOKY: OP to the Conatltutlon of will not roual scheduled payment i jhii
the State ot Florida. via.: : thereon: and third. anv remaining bnl- 4. Among the powers granted to tb. Section 3. The Legislature that thai Ootmtv Commlralonit
SERVICES iv ('IIU"'T cm"itr" nil \11..0Iln A JOIN RESOLUTION Proposing snc* out of the proceeds of aid two Commission by this Section .bOI bs meet In re"tl.r session A D 192S and In his District but r Wt

FIIItT 1IAPTMTROT. f il'I'Y' FI.IHIIDti |% (.'II.\>. .n Amendment to Article IX ot th. I2O cents of said taxes ahall monthly the power to fix bag 1mlt t fix the that ehal meet .every ten year nated and darted' vb ibt ftn
A. U. LI..tI'"'.. pastor 'EI13. Conatltutlon ot the State ot Florida during the year remitted by said open and closed .." .. o a .ttewide. thereafter apportion the repreentatlon Lan Pverr Count Oonattv
SUM N. \slnat StreetChurch CharlHarv.y: Bennett, T'Ialntlrr. Relating to Taxation and Finance by board as follows b Eighty I80% ". regional or ba. ,. a* It may: In the Senate and shallprovIde D.d. Count who .1 tt M>
School 11:410: A. M. vs. Carolina! Hennelt, Defendant. Adding Thereto an Additional Sectloo rent to the State Road Department find the to be appropriate, and e regulate for forty (40) Senatorial District the general. f..I."on! II

J. Morning: Worship 11:00 A. M. Case No. 2208OHOIOH Creating a State Board of Administration the construction nr reconstruction nf tran .manner, and method taking I *, .txcn Districts to be a* nearly: after .hal hold om.1,.
B. T. U. 7:00 P. M. OP PUHLIfATIOX : Prescribing lea Powers and State Rosda and brldaea within the ".portion storing and using birds. equal In copulation a* practicablebut four The dii
EveningWorHhlp 8:00: P. M. ANI NOTICM TO API'KAIl Duties and Providing for the uae oi countS or for the lease o purchase* nm.. fur bearing anlmala fresh water no County: shall b* divided In compensation nf turb bet
Wednesday Womhlp 8:00: P. M. 8TATM OK KLOUIDA. to: Caiolln Proceeds of Two Cents per Gallon of nf bridges. connecting. Stat hlqh..V reptile and amphibian Te I making men apportionment. andeach muMloner .b.1 be I has a
.. pennett, whose residence la un- the Oaaoltne. or Other Motor Fuel Tai within' the County and twenty (205,1 Comml.loa shall also bave the District ahn.li have one Senator: time .rvl< I.
known. for 111 the Payment and Retirement. per cent to the Board of Count Com .cqua. by: purchase lir. all prop or"ldl that Broward County. Flor Approved tit tit Qomu I

i f FIRST ME8TIODIS'FH. You are required. to appear on of All Outstanding Bond Issued By ml.'nn.' of such count fo us* o for: nee."a. useful conv.nl.nt constitute the Thirty-ninth 1941
... 6. C. ......1" Paato December 7th, 1943 III Ihe above Any County: or Special Road and Id bridge thpr.ln ue the In theexercise (39th) Senator'M! Dlatrlct. and Cal PI..d In office ftctj t Sun
ISO: N. C........ Htmt named Court and cause, wherein Bridge District Prior to Fires Day of rdl Ovid shall baSe tn* its pw.. bereunder.a. bon.Coun'r.: Florida and Quit Coun 28. 111.
i Church plaintiff seeks A. 1931. fOr Road and Dlr shall ty. a, shall constitute
School 10:00: A. M. divorce. Biadfnrd July: D Bridge nower to enforce all rule T. Commllof appoint tbPl t'bndPt -
t Sunday Worship 11:00 A. M. County Telegraph shall publish Purpoaea. and for (2) Public Highway and regulation neeeaaarv to the full fix th at pleasure remove (40) Senatorial A JOINT
this Order .......... a suitable the tim the shall RSSOWJTOI nan
I Young People 7:00: P. M.Evening In next four weekly --- exercise of the powers hereby person aa Director.and Mme Legislature Amendment.
Worship 8:00: P. M. issues' I BE IT: RESOLVED: BT THE! LEGISLATURE and no legislation shall b* lante such Director .b.1 hale such .11 apportion the representation In X of the 1 fectln at Pie i t
to Wednesday Worship 1:00: P. 1.1.I'S' Witness my hand and official : or TUB: STATE OF FLORIDA. render this amendment of full .t pwerl and duties a* be prMclb House of Representative, and adnn Con.tltutlD in4 Iso

seal at 8t a rke. Florida this October That the following amendment to end operating effect tom and afterTannarv Its: Commission In IU&C. shall allow three (3 Repr.nt.tl... aa C Permit tin WsaIncome
duties to each of
33nd. 1943OFPICIAliBKAL. Article UC of the Conatltutlon ot the 1st. 1943 under this 8ecton his I. m" from IDue
LeRI.'at1r..hall Director any mm
MARK. EPISCOPAL.Hev. ( : ) A. J. Thomas State of Florida ''e..Te shall subject .ppro..alo. counties and two Reornsenatlvesto
''I relating to Taxationand continue the of said taxesdurIng C to any Person theses
Fred Yerkes. ItevtwraiMI As Clerk of said Court. fix the eacn 01'the next eighteen morepopulous
Finance by adding thereto an additional the of this Amendmentsnd .ppoIDe II
N. Charrh Ittrrrt. If. salaries :y u ThreeS C
counties and PldP
10-33 4t 11.13 aectlon to be known aa 8eo shall enact any law havingthe Pl..ur. remove one R.p..ln- Subject k.
Church School 10:00 A. M. aaaletatta, and .
: other who to each of the coun
eton it .mploe. t.t. rmalnlal
ot saId Article IX effect of the
Sunday Worship 11:00 A. M. creating a withdrawing Iro..l. shall have such the tnt of not more 2% >
: and State at suchipnortlonment t.o
}\, Sunday Hvenlnar ':'0 P. M. M ciHrrrr' roiniT. 1111uroni> State Board of administration: prescribing of aald two I3c1 eent of ... ... may: b* assigned PWft. by duc.. Should the Court* of elProvided
CO! WTV, ita powers and duties, and from tb this amendment Ll..latr W
tV IIIAN- by Law
I mission
3 Friday Kvenlnir 7:30 P. M. or the Director. No fall to apportion the lo!
C.Kit". for the of the Board shall Comm.
providing .
proceed pav i
Holy Day 10:00 A. T. .tndln. sioner shell b the any: ObllRntloni
M. eligible for Senate and In th House of Repreecotatiree. A'lnl l
: J. lnton of two other
Mullls, Plaintiff, v*. centa per the) gaaollne exnensee .r" A Implied Contract
: .
\ or
ronta' at session of
Annie 1':. Mu 111.., Defendant. Case or other motor for 7l> thepayment .. rendered loeclflrsllv for or which ap"ln.ment' employment. any rll.r Adoption of thU Anndac
No. 2174. and retirement of all out- .re ha."bl. tn the aeroitnrnf resulting from the thl t"'ur at the time Further Providing
nron.rl" .
operation .
and from It be the duty Imp
OIIUKR OF standing bonda Issued by count snv countv from funds, distributed d"ltn.ted. fh,1 !
PUnMCATIOM any the In Canea of Inca
R. Chu II. All., ; administration of of the "
I Pavter law and uceeemnv -
!: ANI NOTIPH: TO APPKAK' or apectal road and bridge duitrlot. ro ",cl .unt.: but general exnenseeof Lll..tur o L".I.tur.' I Dollar per 'o
H4H North ... Twenty-five
Cherry STATH en to the First Day of July. A, D services all rllaU.n. .ertlnlna to birds ( .h Nltl.r the '
FLOKIDA to Annie prlO r..nd..d lam. aa to
Church School 10:00 M. : L.
A. fresh eglslattir Nec..lt.
. : ?. .Mullls whoa resldenc Is ilrox-I for road and bridge purpnaea. the counties' alike .. prora' 1 water !!n..clli t Rara- Defined 0
Huo.tay Worship 11 00 A. M. .hal and amohlblana. lar
: ton Oeorala.You and for ill public among them and out of saidriinrls reptl. together with Session to a".rUon th* renrntstlon *- Lbl.1
: .
Senior Cruaade I 00 M.Intermediate bllh.r purp. O'd funds BB IT
( : P. la said othe provided In the Senate and In th."n".ft J
hereby agreed to on the snrne tax oro .D..cllc"l.
ii Youth .:011 P. M. are required to appear on .h,1 for Purpose the of Representative herein LATURE OP THB 8TAT1I
[ December to the electors of State of gre contributed the seT.cr,1 .h"l
7th.. 194J. In the above mlt.d .d. .lOnR State Crime __'
lIvening Fund
f Worship 7:00: P. M. named Court for ratification or rejection counties' provided report nt .d shall be used "rovlrted The oreeertin regular Federal That the tolo.lnl'
cause, wherein by the hi be
a Commission tlon 1
'i plaintiff seeks divorce. Rradfnrd tbe next Oeneral Election to be **ld expenses shall be made to eachQpwitlqr fit In It shall deem or regular State C..n"ul. whichever IX '
( carrying out the provision shall have been taken nearest of Florida auchorldni
In Session of I "
the efipiaturend
1i: HT. KIIWAHn'S CATIIOMO County Telegraph shall publish this 112 .fOlow.: hereof and for no other The any aomrtlnnment of meat of any w..i. all P
J t lie*. ......... J. Marpky. PaXor Order In next four weekly Issues. "Section 18 (a). That b."lnalni. the of(".lefiir.Board may. limit the exnenaes commission' may not P"I.itself *n the S..n.tl and In R..r..t.tv. due any person who .1"
); tj Temple Aveaiaie Witness my hand and official January: 1st. 1943. and for : I beyond the current resource of .1 he ". ahall In mak- family. proo'd'' "f''
>]' Early Mass U.OO: A. M.Dlvi. Heal at Starke Florida, this Octo years thereafter the proceed of two Anproved by the Governor May ]: .State Opme. Fund unl. specIfIcally 'og.r..n.at'v.; .h urmortlnnment"oa'rl In the event tent of .23 .I II.
t I .. ".."1.... her 82nd.. 1943OFPKMAfj 12c) cents per gallon of the total tax 1941. o authorized. bv th* Legislature he "legislature shall fall to reanonr- U hereby aiTecd te and *|
.(. Hunday Maaa 9:00 A. M. ( SHAt.) A. J. Thomas, levied by: the Stat law upon Filed In offIce Secty of Btat Ma' 7. The Legislature may enact any 'on' the representation in the Lewis' mined to the Hwtonali. 0'-
: Week Day Mass 8:011: A. M. As Clerk of said. Court. and other like produrt of ptrol."m 13 1041. * ..,. 10-23 4t 11-13 now Known a. Sfond 0. with the provisions of this ameno> She Oovernor shall within thirty d.vs tires In 194J for their W"1*

"' and upon other fuel ue to prpl A RESOLUTION ment and all existing. laws Inco".a. .n. the *dlo ., KINOMLKY I.AKM HAPTMTi NOTICK TO APPKtll TO St'lr' motor vehicles ahall JOIN ProposIng ant h.r.wlth .h.n no ) call the Lev.ls1a.tur of Article X be ''"* 1
''11 TIIH dm'I IT (.'Ot'.tT placed monthly the "State Road an to the Constitution ol lit and lonl..r 'Oeth. wnMt.
I'i II. M. Till.... Paatvr 4)5'hiilU5'ORD ndnln the State Florida ro be known effect fixing '" extraordinary session to consider thereto the followlnu
', Service (toiSry KI.OHIIIV. Distribution the State Treasury penalties the violation' of 01
Every Sunday lo the pro ole question of reannortlonment and Section 1-A Ttt*
Section 3 of XVII.
WILL1K MKHUB PAL.M12K! Plain- and divided Into three ((3: ) equal Article Relating t visions of this amendment and m
; Sunday Srhool-10 A. M. Amendments). all laws such xtranri11nary aesslon of the Lea> wages and Incm. tn
! VII. monthly: among oountle BB IT RESOLVED BT SEE LFX3I8LATURB by the .
I|< ,L -TABBRNACLH--- JIM C PALMER, Defendant"THK .follow: & MV.t : OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA e vim*. Ll.latu. lIme 'eouired reannortlon b* this the" ......nt.ton b. as.. who Id the and head owing of a r

t(i, a BibM.Scho: l cacti Lord' Pay at Jim C.STATIc Palmer OF Company FI.OltIIJA-TO A, 34th: according On part to according population to area and one on. part part That b* known the .following Section 3 Amendment of Article XVIIof to 19 Approved by: the Governor May 5, "5 arllmirnmrnt ao called end for such reannortlonent extraordtr -- I: nrnlahment In State .h.1 "h

\ .' Mvanaellatla Service ''Sunday I Texas\If.d. Amb.. 1j \., Camp Barkley according c the cuntl. contributions the lbs prevent ConstitutIon be and Flied In office Se/.ty May 1"'n.h"l not b* limited to r>lr* sf State aa may be ,:
I Stat 1
earn hereby: to snail besubmitted o
evening gat. to 5 '
;. COi Stt. road construction as..d JH1. "* en twenty d. or at all until'esrmorttontne'nt the extent of not "
to the 01 the
i { Hlble Htudy Tuesday You are hereby notified that a in ratio distributionas Stateat
I effected. nd
aiicn aalary
8:15: -In Mission Hall. Ev.nln.1 I suit has been filed against you In ornvlded tn 13859. Law the general election Of Repreaentatlvea eh.1 nl eiItlltbS
'if Children's Hlbl Lesson St Choral the above entitled cause, and you Foida. Act of C.pte.. for the O &b nsld ua the tear A O. 1843 A JI RZSOLUOM' Proposing .n..ld. no h..s'ness I o\e than by the pmea' IraplljJ hsequent '
work Wednesday 3 P. M. are hereby required to file to-wit I your apportionment I to h
'I Victory Prayer Group Thursday I written appearance In said suit th. eountlea contributions b8.o o* Section S. If at an, regular or spe Tonatltutlon. of Florida : Adding nproved by the a"elo. .Jun T amendment Drovtded. b

., P. JK. with the Clerk of said court on or eoat of stat road c.trctlon. the ela o extra session, the Legislature n.r.to an uldltlnnal Section Relat- 1941.Filed shIll! D
KvanielUtlo Meeting Friday before December 7th., A. D. 1942. amount or the cntrlbuto..*. eateiollshed .Ot of 'hr-.ourth of all mem Di k the Election o Cri Judge In office o Secretory o Stat right the Lw.l.tr. :
. nIght tt.lS. Th nature of said "ulI.I I. a bill by the In 1931 bus C Hou. shell determine BB IT RESOLVED LFOISATDRA .fun* 9. 1841. Tided where the ularl' I.

ot review to vacate the final deere pursuant to acid Chapter 1 8 snail that emergency requiring or TI FLORIDA week e cent, D-11
; Ht'RC'I-- recorded In Book 10 of C. O., b. taken and deemed conclusive incomputing an early decision by the electors of the Flint Article STAT ot A per from time J t
,, harry C-IIRIAT pair 130. of the public records of the monthly .mouat dlatrlbutable State exist, an amendment this , flible .I..p. Mi.iuie said County, wherein Jim C. Palmer according to contribu Constitution d..lnl with che "subject hIdIng thereto additional Section Constitution VI by: by liii Chose
Study 10:00 A. .1 of the State AopiOTed
M. I I. plaintiff tions. Such funds matter of be : Forda.
end Willie Mur- so distributed emergency may proposed known Section 48
. Morn In b of Relating
Wor.hlp aaol The Lord' felt Palmer I. defendant. administered by th. State ahl and If the proposed Amendment i" said to County and "
relating Sec"
I Supper 11:00: A. M. b be Jrtlole to the Election ot Ctr- Oovern meats. la offlc 0.
WITNESS hand hereinafter agreed to by a tnree-fourtha ,ot, Judge
my and the seal Admlnltratloo be. and the
I Thursday KvenlnaWorahlp T'SO:: P !or. of said court at Starke, Florida. .Idr.bl pr of all the members elected to each weed to and shall be same submitted I* hereby BE IT ENACTED BT THE UOIS.LATI : t -10d1-.
Worship 7:30: P M. this 33nd. day of Octob.r A. 1>. ( ) The Governor aa the House the same shall b* entered upon the electors l 01 the State of Florida OF TB STAT 'FLORID' P

1943 Btat* Treasure, and lbs Calr.n. their respective lournala With The vena fo ratification rejection c A JOINT ggeOL0T0$
the A '
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. troller Comp and nan therenn. at the "" Election! 0 tide TnT of the Constitution '
Thomas shall constitute a : Tep. 2 51 b* held on the Amendment JLMtuiw*
[ .. Clerk Circuit Court. 10-33 4t 11-13 porate c o* Known a* 'nr State same session the L..leur. .b.1 provide n.a Tuesday t the first tb Stat of florid relating to Out tIde XVI of the cwrtj; ? ',
Board ot Administration, ?c" Board for a special D held 'n November 1943 follow: Wood Municipal Government. Relating "orM
iv: cmri'iT roi'itT. Itn'III"OHI snail succeed to all the not less than ninety nor mol. numbered Section II of said Article Ida t. .
power tan IWH
b COUNTY. FL.OMIIIAI IV: (;.1ANCI'IKV. authority tn the statutory cntr'.nd one bundr eighty day: a. -etlD 4 Ciri .udS' .hal VI. b* and the cam la hereby. .s.e Cornr.Clon. l.11W
S. n..t.r b I1"1 RU.lo.
of Said Board publcelQ shall be submitted to the .Ie. Con
Jerry. Dldonato. va. Hay .AdmUl"trlo, to suco .hal notice thereof at elec .Iet.. a. Other"" respective Judicial tars of the State for ratification o Sr'cbarltabi. Port'S'BS

New her ; T> PI..lntl"d ant. Case ma, b* conferred upon it :p. ., themanagement lion the proposed Amendment nll b* 'I.CI.. are 8tat and County rejection at the next general .Iecto BY
'C,7A666 No. 1175ORDEn. control and supervision submitted to tn* electors of the Stat The elected. C b held la N..mbe. 1942. twle i r REOIV 1
OF PUBLICATION of the proceeds ol aald two lIe centa ro approval or rejection: provided fIrst election of Clel Judge Section It. The County Commissioners .TU. T
AND NOTICR TO APPEAR of said taxe and money and other that If a general election of R..n.ttlv ehali b. Odd V "T a BMMM: of Dad County who thall L T.I."
in 1948
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Hay aaaeta whtcn on U. It.tl... date of I* e occur Shall within b .Id ..Io : 1 tl. ofic o the firstiHmUZ elet at the general election In b amendment to 8tlO I Jot
tnia amendment Am.ndm..nt XVI Cnlll
or may .ubmltt" after the t. .
-- apPlc.l. to the .hal Immdl.tlr:
149. b.llnnint
at such for
lanuar. a term Yeara
of rl.tnl
Dcom. applicable to Inct. of the a.ct .e. six : of offlr*. Plord. ll
several counties ot this ee. or any i Co than ..of all such of f .a* they Dad County into five County Oomralsnloners' property of
special road and bridge It a majority ot the electors voting severally: exist at time 01 District enemptlona for r.lt.1Dlclp.l.
Prompt Service special dlcC o i upon the proposed adoption of this Amendment to b* oumbe.d .dlratlnn& I.,
: Careful Drivers Otle taxing dltrc tb.r. Amendment and sn" b b the said Commissioners
e.1 they
I adopt the are hereby charitable
1 July 111. Am.ndm.nc the same mlnate : extended five respectively and delineate the o o..
on the JeV hereby
" and" brd. purpose word become a constItution first first Tuesday: af Sic i boundaries of such ta such .
Bond herein shall This Amendment shall not be Monday In DI.rtc Submitted t I. VStNrejection.
W.d Include bald J.nu.r JII.- to the respective
wida time warrant* ante soc nth. .ttnenvd. nr tn anywise .ff_. .n.t Appre bf &a..ro. m.nne.District wtCID followsOn State of FoId.
Starke form 0 uumea .II..tln. provision 01 Ins Constitution .U 1 of .I.
Taxi Service ld.'en lo. IIJ..Ie the said Commissioners'' Districts
I and. Ird=.lu by any ...laCnl to Am.ndm.nU. but .h.1 b ID 6fc 0 Sc.t o State. shall oprl. the trtr to be held 10 192 l t.0 .

I other and brldg district or .q..d .ddlln m.&o lu. 11 11 bleb on day the said l!
special taxing "ltlce out- Amend".n. <*41. embraced within Election Precincts the en.tlttton o I
landing 0 JU. Uv 181. refundln APPe by: tb Oovernc* May: A JOIHT RESOLDTION Proposing numbered 24 32. inclusive Ida 1 ..
: Phone 150 th.. Bald Board 111. an Amendment Article Blxtee and also such part C folo
ahall 1 M
base S.tut onwere e bI o. Set: atau. MayA S the Conatltutlon cinct nu-nbered M and ( "Section' ilte "
Boards of Count o 1943. 0 thereto o Florida tty: ddlng 10. : fr .. th'
Bond rr. .Comm.lon.. U adltlooA' P.rml. :.1* east of the snore e.uon .'
ting the
vast the Came Bay. all ? '..
Lllatur C by .
Autbor'r.p: road and orid"* JOINT RBSOLtmOM Proposing i of WaMonTR.! lution of the a.thl.bA bare'. raiulahall

Day Night trio. otbe special taxln* dis an Amendment to Article iv of the 1 the Conservation of Saltconservation of saId County: adopted Cml.loD.4. elp o Fnrd" I t"
eee Wltl to said Constitution of.th* State of Florida Water Pl ad Sail Water ;'f. Resolution Ifo should t
Ind. .c.Pt & DW" to levy Relative C the Executive bI a B o Coln tUt ; d..nat a iflr5' .
(axe* Dprm.n. h.tt.
a v.I..m withheld n .
a-- -- _-- ---p 'rm slid board)' and shall take over by lion: Addlnl the.c an BI 8' TH* tR015. Another o the aU Dr ehalleomprls I. unl.-

f : a? op.. .dCment and Bald record Wster t C. ....Oam. a Fresh ITU Tal A'II.THe SIxteen STATEOP the FLORIDA Gonsa. tt.* ..h.rt. ad 1st day th* b I. .ne-fo..rb u.r t. I
B IT o
' shall th. "> Ton 1 & State A.I "Ml. embraced Commis .entt.
t. / 1 Of IIIR amended by rlod b $
urn District No. and Commis
| STATOPrORIDA'Tat thereto .Ioe. cmn.
; SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE! cur* lU. r.rndla. end t.m. .the c Lionel SectIon b ko a Section Dtc. No S. a* described hi IWIT provided 5ffri
an. fld. said IV of tb Constitution of 3 o. saId Article Book Minutes of the Coun tot I 4 '
prO to outstanding the end
Stat of Florida' .Utho8al 12
Interest .Iat. c the BxecuDepartment Ltll.t. to the t amid as ectinnJ '
thenon Om.lon.
bnct. and .
1 se. tie! thereto end De ml- o Ot. -5.
than .
b r' inc
yr a pledge of a rllatll ewo e..ft"I
receipt from "such llo..atleot .ddltln.1 Section to be .no of water ftS.J2by Another of the said e U'111.
I AND ECONOMICAL! Fuel taxe 8.tlon 30 of saId Article creating. _uc.. flb District Cmtle ADpr"e.
to b* distributed to such a Oam and r. .ate 1 a boar, oa. county herein provided but not .1 Wat P Com .Ia and Cane I.o-whjcb .o th flr. daw Jorl "rc
mission b : o
I a retet rat* nt Interest than I hereby: to and shad be submItted 191. tn .".1 ,
r k; RIDE THE BUSSES bonds now bean and to issue said or ald and of shall his b.ubmJt. k tho electors of the Stats 01 Florida to tc.br.d.he Cmmll.B..01'. VOteS I f c
lo fo ratificatIon e
.en.nl on behalf of ""V for Set. 0"ada 0 rejection as the minutes 0 Ct. Comrnlssioners Te '" ..
OnC. or Election ""Peamam. .
2S/! .ro? the sole "> ">" ratf.aUO "Jetlo on".1 b held th. of said 11 deciarICiOlt
Courteous Correct Information nd laaued b* sueS O..r. flrat. /c.b on the I. Tuesdap after fIrer Monday. : et *ea. said ..all the cl.pp aball D.o .l
aoeclal dlstSc"or T.d.. first Monday on the thereof
and bd. la 1843..aa follow. Nonmbr. 112 .follows: .. first day 1941 "" .iVn:*
other r 'I..ln.
special In
Given You ( thereof 8ecttjmbraeed Election Poe nnm- sided .law i
At other | 83. b ppeida
fuel' tax to
HTf..1I.or BOtrd
I 1043 ocb e I
the Commission
tt the
restoratipn bow o
bearln by Stt
: $
.. bt.. ana that : be \\orr; ; U aor Resolution slit
more three <3> D"alo. taton by I" et nwol
cent 0 : I
fur c and .
lD. "al.
lum rules II
: UNION BUS STATION la such denomination and and fresh. Another the sate District ., % S''
luring fish th. .Ito reward o .ba and "I _
'301 rear at such period lime as within the Board th. n. Florida W.'e* 8Ulltl o 8ta' 0 C uDlclr: of .PPICtoo. reistinu .rf tt whlen .. trie 9tttMC,.!

the determine power, In addition to ...c.ln.mae mee 1.'ch."atr. a.d. mal..m., .. 0 and salt water" Pu.p.1 ..I wa. C in Cmm..n.day District. 1941. rto. SEAL I"h-."
now .
P.8 by .tl. all- othsa property now O.e. h 1 'I JJ Cnt.B.Comw. of the Minute of said i a. ,,1 I

eth.:* 1 **q. except I


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