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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Prices Continue to Mount New Lex Green BuildingPictured Rotarians HearExplanation I
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146? Pounds'Sold At 3rd Auction Of AmendmentsState Representative Joe Jenkins Voters to Polls In Tuesday ElectionStump


prices ()n the Starke ef Gainesville spoke to Ro- j
1 red to an.average auc"j Kune ReleasedAs tarlann at their Wednesday lunch- Although almost! 5,000 names)
ReportsAir are Included In the list of qualified
|r pound Tuesday inspite eon, meeting, discussing proponed
rV predictions buyer No Charges Constitutional amendments Nos. Mail Sales voters published! In this (sane

a> peak had been reached Made In 4 and S which will appear on the of the Telegraph it Is doubtful if
<.> week's average of 36c. Shooting I General Election ballot next Tuesday Up During CampaignAir half that number will turn out at
the polls next Tuesday, Nov. 5.
Arch'e! .
third auction were Kune, who had been held
at the mall volume at the Starke
to give.token support to Democratic
Lt t to date totaling 48.- by the police following a shooting I Mr. ,Jenkins!), who helped draw post office has reached a new high nominees whose nominations In
anled nose up' the legislation which led to
undi. bringing growers disturbance '
October' 22nd at a'' the spring primaries were tantamount -
of $11. 29.7C5. these two amendments. stated during National Air Mall Week
return I
local tavern, to election in this one-
was i released last
{petition among buyers la t that they'were economy measures Postmaster F F Stump announced party state
week-end. ys
of the Authorities stated that designed .to save the taxpayers yesterday
yea because crop It will be a long time before the
no charges thousands' 'of dollars
|e in Georgia and pricesnd were pr ferred. annually. The new five-cent air mall rate Republican Party In Florida Is
Amendment' No. 4 for
varieI A pistol bullet fired provides
for leading during the
paid
the the was approved by Congress upon strong enough to offer an interesting *
appointment 'by legislature
I the platform here Tues- affray struck' Hogan Smith Jr., at the In the
I of, a state budget director. the Pont Office Department's request fight polls.
it n follows: without causing serious meanwhile it will remain'difficultto
Injury and No. S would do away with The Department contended
t u, 3089 Ibs. ''42 12c. It la reported. He. was removedto get out the vote In the General
.. I above la the new building recently completed by LexGreen the practice of "continuing appropriations" that commerce would be fostered -
39 'l-4c the
lb. Alachua
d- Election In
22.879 County Hospital an off year because -
Avenue. The will be lined to house for various state de-
on Temple building anautomobile
|y Makers, 2696 I .lbs. 88 and later rel ued'.- I I partments. by making available rapid airmail everyone knows that the

I I agency.Tornado service at reduced cent and a man who' Is nomina ted In the
speaker
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Js, 67:56': Ibs. ...-'..37 'l-4c, Naval Reserve Unit A. J.' Thomas chairman of the wider use of air mall would reduce Democratic primary is as good as

[ngs. :5162 Ibs. -*33 14c. To Visit Starke Conner Returns club's Community Service. Com- the. unit cost of delivery.The elected. This) year the Republicans -
he 2238 lbs = 32 1-2C. Squad ) are offering a couple of candidates -
mittee. public can now air mall letters
nan: 845 lbs =' 39 l-2c. On Recruit MissionThe From FFA Conclave who have made only halfhearted
37 T-2c. anywhere in the U. S. or possessions bids for support and most
800 lbs. :
edy, In Kansas City ,
(tat of 103.746 pounds of U. S. Naval Reserve Travel- Off 10 Palatka Rare MaladyTakes which fly the flag* tor voters will learn their names for

live been sold at the three Ing Recruiting Unit will be In Doyle Conner of Starke State only five cents) an ounce. The the first time when they.".

held here this year, al- Starke Thursday Nov) 7, for the Bradford's Tornadoes are reported President of the Future Farmersof new rate also applies to Mexico them 'on,the ballot, next Tuesday.Of .

exceeding the, volume of purpose of enlisting and reenlisting in reasonably fair fettle America returned Monday Schoolgirl and Canada. Course It Is the' "duty" of
|previous high of 100,818 ex-service personnel in the with the approach of the game tonight from Kansas City. Mo, where he qualified electors to go to the
Growers In this area Naval Reserve Class V-6 (Inac- (Friday) at Palatka. The served u one of the two Florida 11 polls) whether there Is an Interes-

elved an estimated total tive), local lads are granted a slight delegates) at the .organisation's Miss Estelle. Griff, 15-year-old Tourists Streaming tog fight on pr, not' and an

[ 4975 from nuts sold at Those eligible for this classification edge over their rivals, on the basis National Victory Convention. i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Through Starke especial appeal, Is being, made this

here. Total receipts Ine are: Ex-enlisted personnel of of the Palatka team's early- Young Conner, a BHS student, I Griffls of Ralford died suddenlyat year because ut the Importance of
[ last year of good vol- the 'USN t/SNR USN-1 USA season loss to Lake Butler. Coach termed the convention' "an inspiring her home Monday morning On Way SouthLocal two constitutional amendmentsthat

we 2311306. USMG, USCG, National Guard Gelger's men topped the Union assembly of boys from all from the effects of resplratery will Cppear on the ballot for
Ity Agent L. T., Dyer be- and reserve components thereof County grldders 20 to 6. states Hawaii and Puerto Rico paralysis.: The attack of this patrolmen predicted yesterday acceptance or rejection by the

[that at least three more who have been honorably discharged Should the local eleven win to- More .than 4,000 delegates, and rare disease occurred while the that Florida could expect voters. These proposed amend

sales will be held hereIN or discharged under hon- night, the season's results to date thousands of other Future Farmers young girl was preparing to attend another banner tourist season for ments may be read on the sample

crop Is completely sold orable conditions by reason of demobilization will add up to the respectable were present to hear addresses her classes' in the Lake Butler 1946-47, judging. by the Increased ballot that li reproduced on the

growers are urged to expiration of enlistment showing of four victories out of by national leaders of high school Influx ol. nun-melting motorists first page of ,the second sectionof

llielr pecans to the, market i convenience of the Government six: encounters.The agriculture. Entertainment features She was born In Union County along Highways 100'and 200. this Issue of the Telegraph. It

o that they may be welgh- I own convenience or de- Tornadoes spent a quiet, included the appearance.of on Feb. 18. 1931. In addition to Others were perceived drifting is highly .desirable that voters)
fre the sale starts. 'at 2:30 'pendancy; and who have served a Friday last week, owing to the Mickey Rooney Edgar Bergen and h.r parents .he" survived by westward from St. Augustine oil' .tdy\ those closely before goingto

i ext Tuesday : minimum of six months' active cancellation of the Green Cove I Charlie McCarthy and the Vox five brothers Alonco, of the U. S. driving. east along the same route, the polls next Tuesday.

lie this week was In'charge duty. Springs engagement. Ample.re: Pop network radio show, I I Navy and R. L., Doyle Bobby in numbers unusually large .for, Under provisions of the new

(Michael of the State Far- Veterans thus qualified may enlist spirited scrimmage and .lengthy Conner made ,Tflie*.Journey by ;and Billy; 'all of Raiford; and October. state' law thelpolls open' at 7 a- m.

Uarkets organization. Heplated In V-6 at anytime after discharge drills in plays and fundamentals automobile travelling with District 'five sisters, Mrs. J. B. Whitehead Many are stopping here/ for and close tat 7 p. m.

by E.. L. ,Crawford.. under honorable condi- have marked preparation for' to Supervisor J. O Smith .', >f ', of Starke, and Altle Mae, Jeanette -' meals or a.night's) accomodatlons, I yr .

{tighed 'in the pecans, and tio... Anyf veteran who' is accepted night's battle. The squad 'Is -ln Gainesville and the state's second ,' Dixie-Lee, and Betty Irene, and not ,,a few have visj} d the Nurses Needed

ntjj]! Agent, Dyer, .whoIn 'by the. Naval Reserve will good condition with IM*.injuries delegate' ,;' Sandy. ; Johnson of all or Ralford.. Chamber' of Commerce/ theTelegraph

grading :and, keeping. not be'requlre4',to report to hU ,.J reported.:, Quincy.. VOn I/ I Funeral services were' held at .office.,....The approachof In Vet Ho4pitaU I

bw Selective) Serrlee"' Boird and will ThadayesVbu* and..an: accom-i .,'s A\L, ;, .the Raiford vHs-pttsK Church at 3 .ovaoJMtf' hMJ>eeA'herlded by '
4:4 .Ji.\.. I>t:' 'continue* to,".nJ.J.ti. benefits-*, psnyf.a'/"" motor ad..aot ..local ''.fa**' l NewcomcrrpuyrJac' I p.<<**- edMM -wttliihe. Rev:: .....**.fcl.1oetN'i\'! dAWMTQumpeire" ...Some''AdmlMstmtlon, .l'ood'p.)1nc"obl., : Vet- ".

: he-Q.. I. 7UL.; mustering out pay, will> l-** tie WBtftehool. at ap- John LN Bray t otnolatl"...\ SIX t...i,.*.. and the presence of atrol1. 'ran* end four other hospitals.,. southeastern InJ'loc1da
Lake
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GroupSeeksMembership' gold all otner, rights 1 arid 'privileges i proximately Bin" p. m.' The gameIs Brooklyn classmates of the Lake Butler .* In casual sports attire, and, state ,
are' awaiting nurses
which i the law extends Mo scheduled for 8 o'clock. school were pall beareiar! cars) frOD'a11 over" suggested *
Mr. and Mfs. Ferae H. Wolfe the VM announced rt this week
veterans of the armed forces BHS pleasant'year for' all oonc.m....
for Interment
The probable lineup was In Sapp Cemetery Its
and children Dilly Betty and through contact. ,representative -
lln, addition to removing a Veteran 1.:Miles! and Manning, guards; Henry Jr.. are among the many under the direction of De-. Statisticians desiring to clock James C. Bates

from Selective Service! controls, fotelth or Crews, center; Hazenor I new' families who h-.vrecantlv Witt C. Jones.New Inbound trafflo could well.choose Dr. Frank B. Brewer medical
enlistment in V-6 (Inactive) will Heltzendorf quarterback; Har- boucht- l.e'--i I Btarke- foe their research since I '
homes In and Starke
Ing ) director' of Branch 5
of a membership drive Ib'- I VA. told the
Iture the enable him to retain his highest ley and Mooney halfbacks; Douglas and are finding this section of Saw Mill It Is northernmost town standing contact representative that 245
meeting tonight at an cf tourist
wartime ratlnff, will make Mm funback.Stmdard'. Intersection
I of the Bradford Farm North Florida almost Ideal for are needed In the five southeastern -
11 Placed In travel from both and''
Operation eastern
eligible for training ;and promotion '
I all- roUJI4 living conditions states with at least' 40
beginning at 7:30 p. m. I wanted -
western states. enterIng
will him Increased longevity 'Station MotorUlS'
give Oil
BHS Mr. Wolfe recently retired after by VA Florid
[ agriculture building. will him of service Leslie Biggs and a former college the state at Lade ,City en houpltala. The
and assure
Ja] of 300 members hast in the eventof Changes.Managers I II being on the police force m"" Bt mate. Frank Fraser together route to the East Coast follow salary scale for nurses ranges
with the Navy
It with plans to fill they national Petersburg tar'the past 13 years with Erwin Catts u a third member Highway 100)). Those arriving by from 12,644 to $5,905 per year
another emergency.No
> Nov. 30. I L. B. (Red) Alvarez announced and bought the :Maurice Edwards of the firm have finally put way of Jacksonville use No. 200 The VA hospital at Lake City
Went Z. W. Hamilton, RayFroBby. physical examination Is required -'''yesterday that he will assume cement block.. house on Brooklyn the wheels to turning at their new when driving west. need 38 nursesj and Miami Beach

and A. B. Crosby for enlistment. Certificate'of management of the Standard Ser Lake near Keystone The two saw mill on Tenth Street after 20. Other hospitals and _vacancies

resent the local organlza- discharge notice of separation vice Station, corner Temple and older children Billy. and Betty spending most of the summer B. Entries are:. Lawson Atlanta. BO;
1 the Farm Bureau's state or both presented to the recruit- Call Streets on November 1, The have entered Senior High In scouring for equipment throughoi Knight Augusta Oa., 10; ThomasvllIe:

N, to be held Nov. 15 ing officer here next Thursday Is station has been operated for the Starke while Henry Jr., attends Georgia and Florida. Fraser Top Saturday Rttco>F Ga. 40; Johnson City Term., 10;

I In Miami all that Is necessary. past two :years by Van H. Car- Junior High at Keystone and Catts are from Atlanta, G.. Kennedy Memphis, 40; VA hospital .

l e last meeting W. M. Ed- Applicants from ex-Waves who den Another daughter: Eloise (nova The mill, located on property: Saturday's running of the,weekly 'at 1046 Lamar Avenue

>ai elected secretary-treas- would like to re-enlist In Class Mr. Alvares operated his own Mr. John Hatfield .. the result leased from Judge E. K. Perry- Legion hone races on the Memphis, 15; Murfreesboro Tenn.,

fcceeding V. R. Ferguson V-10 USNR (Inactive) will also station on Temple Avenue for six of a., recent marriage) was) for- man U equipped with a large size Highway 230 track was marked 20; and Nashville, 15..

fpied' to devote full. timer be accepted at the traveling recruiting and a half years but was forcedto merly employed' In'the Western FrIck saw mill high speed planer, .by good attendance for eight featured Nurse desiring to make application -
| duties. unit to be located In the Union office in Starke. She is events.
becauseof
Hell out some time ago large Delsel for
power unit, and other positions at any of the
Starke post office) building from two now I manager of the office In honors went to the
ill health.' For the past f equipment Includes a '46 logging Top) entrleiof above hospitals were advised by
pd Mrs. Hart Buy 8:30: a. m. to 6 p. m., Nov 7. years he has been employed by Avon Park. --1 truck and a woods tractor. B. Knight. .. whose "Lad-v" ran the contact representative to write

the Camp Blanding fire depart- The mill will produce rough. and first In the sixth and eighth race., direct to the manager of the hospital
Beauty Salon Libby MovingTo ment. Cattle Thieves finished lumber and later on will while his "Dude" won the fourth. where they desire to work.

per of Leila's Beauty Sa- New BuildingLlbby's Mr Carden states that his plan. Draw ConvictionsHerbert specialize In flooring and fancy Otherwise, the afternoon's program Their applications have been promised
saw competition evenly di-
Mrs. W. B. Jr. for the future are still indefinite siding. prompt and efficient pro-

W H, Hart has Mundy been an- modern garage announced -'I although be Is considering! going Harris, of Kingsley The young men state that thereIs vided.A ceasing by hospital recruitment

Operation of the e tab- its opening this week In:. Into business In South Florida. He Lake, and Ray Crawford, farm apparently a plentiful labor summary of the results follows ,officials

to be renamed Hart's a new concrete building at Temple I and Mrs. Carden plan to sell their resident west of Lawtey were supply In Starke and they have :

Salon will be conducted and Pratt streets Erected by home In Starke and their cottageon convicted In Clay Onunty Court had no trouble filling all vacancies First Race "Black." Adam Rites In Ocala For

I new owner. Edwards & Kersey, contractors, Santa Fe Lake last Thursday on charges of cat with capable worker. Green owner and rider first;
>pular establishment had the structure affords approximately -|I Mr. Carden expressed apprecla- tle theft. The case Involved evi "dray" R. Green owner and Frederick A. Dodd

the 3,000 square feet of floor I I I tlon to the public for the patronage dence of the shooting and butcher- E. rUler second.Second .
ownership of Mrs. Lawson
Opens Frederic A hfon
I'or the past 12 years. In space. :j: given him during the past Ing of a cow owned "by: Lloyd Race -- "Gray," N 'of Mrs. Wm. Norris Dodd of 47 Starke.. son

1 the announcement'' she Facilities now being Installed two years. I Green promlent Bradford cattle- New Grocery-Market Walnwright, owner and rider, died Friday Oct. 23. at his home
I
'I wish correction and man., first; "Black Beauty" II Smith
[ to thank front end ,
include a on
my many Anthony Road. Ocala
following
Opening of the new E. Lawson
for their loyal patron- checking machine, and equipment Rites Held SaturdayFor Harris had entered a plea of Grocery and Market U announcedfor owner A. Smith rider second a lingering mn..,..

1 their help In making my for chassis and motor steam cleaning -I John D. Bowers guilty. Sentencing the con today ( Friday) at a locationon Third Race II. Smith entry, He was born at'Leesburjr Va..
a SUcc...." electric and motor tune-up victed men was postponed until ridden by A. Smith first; '"TrI.1' ,-
East Call on August 10.
near street. 1903 and
I Cherry came
rauaactlon wa. completed complete motor rebuilding, and I John D. Bower. 73-: died at his November 8th.' pending; decisionon I Ewell .. ," a Rosier entry second with his parents to Florida In
greasing of all types of cars. ,I home east of Starke early Friday.Oct. Crawford's appeal for a new Proprietor butcher Lawson for: Fourth Race "Dude," owned 1917. He was married November
seven years at the H. A.
Proprietor L. L. Libby stated 25.: after a I1ngerln..UJn... trial. Lawson Market, states that the ,by B. Knlcht. with Hud Knight 30, 1929 to :Miss Delia Mae Hlr.genbotham .
Transfers that Ovld'R. Thomas, Horace A. The veteran farmer had t been a The butchered animal had been firm's department will riding. first; "Jim," Charles Lawson of Ocala. For- the
grocery
Rhoden will resident for 22 years. shot on the Blaodisz reservation owner and rider second.
Knowles and Lonzle Bradford I offer fresh vegetables) and a large put several years he was connected -
L. Andrew. to ElizabethPerty be employed as mechanics. He was) born In Toceoa, Ga. on October tth. The JDe&t.try later stock of canned goods. The market Fifth Race-"Powder," M. Edwards with the Central Truck

at NE! 'corner of Previously located at Temple Oct. 3. 1871. son of the late Mr. recovered from,.a cold storage will supply grade A beef, owner and rider first; Line. and the Cummer LumberCo.

'FT and Hoyt streets and Jefferson the owner has'been and Mrs. Edward Bowers. His plant In JoIaecIe ur7. Two other pork and poultry. "Dolly" 8. Judd. owner and rider at Ocala He was a memberof
Sale price Indicated by here since 1923. fie wife was the late Ida Viola Pa- cows Including one belonging to second. the First Baptist Church and
lily a grarageman a memberof C. Moeeley, were wocenaed. The owner announced the appointment the
stamps, recorded. that the R. A. Weeks mell Bowers. He was Sixth Race "Lady." owned Marlon Dunn Lodge of Ma.
: ${:500. announced will be the Pine Level Baptist Church.Mr. The Jury la Crawfevd'si trial of W. F. Paull u sons in Ocala.
business by B. Knight with Bud Lawson
8, tire recapping manager. Paull was recently -
tamed its verdict to approximately grocery
Herlong to Hugh B with thenew U survived by his / Funeral services conducted
In conjunction Bower riding, first; "Scout A. Lawson were
discharged from the Ia.t.Wgene.
operated -
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East halt'of three
Lot Starke at filer's
daughter. Lettle. of ; owner and rider second. Funeral Parlor by the
4 firm. !e Service with the rank
fraction of Lot Five, In of Gastonia, N. C.J; Bryan Simpson, of DuvsU County Rev. Malcolm Knight and
of The garage will offer a line sons G. J, of Captain after four years service Seventh Race "Jim," C. Lawson graveside -
Temple's Addition to oil products. W. H., of Salem. S. C.; and E. R.. presided. rites were carried out In
and In the ETO. owner and rider first; "Bill.
I Price of Shell gas '
Indicated 'by'PI *e- of Hilliard; a brother E. O. Bowlers Illllcrest Cemetery by the MarIon -
B. Knight, with B. Knight
"* owner
'2700. I of SU Miles, S. C.: and two Bible Story HourA The Lawton Grocery and mar Jr Dunn odge.
I riding, second.
F. Cone to F. C. Hol1 First Ripe Berry sisters Mollle of Salem /a C.. ket Is situated In the DlCandlo I Mr. Dodd III survived by his I

1 All of Block Six, Caswm .traw- and :Mrs. Ida Alexander of EasFuneral large gathering of M children building. Eighth Raoe "Lady, .}J. wife; his daughter Miss Delia :
< to Starke. Price Honors for the first ripe S. C. and many grownups attended the Knight owner with B. Knllbt. Lena Dodd; his mother Mrs. Wm.
by recorded stamps: berry to be brought to town this ley services were held at Bible Story Hour at the Methodist Four Students Solo Jr. riiler. first; "Dude," B. Knight Norris of SUrke. and three sister ..
to Jofr. and )Olrs. and Recreation building Tuesday owner with B. Knolls, rider sec *, Mrs. Cecil ,
season II(!! 11 a. m. Saturday at the Kings- Price. Quincy;
I Mr.
Erhard. State of New Gritfla. t'lbute 1. Starke. Lake Baptist Church the Rev. afternoon.In Four student pilots made their ond. Mrs. Roscoe" Bartley. Jacksonville;
Horace have 75,000 planteand !ley absence of Mrs. W first solo nights at Conway Airpark More of the fastest I
W. Cain Starke.I Mrs. Griffis condItion W. 1:. Hall officiating Pall bearers the J. county's and Mrs. J. C. HUlman. Ocala. .
beginning at SE cor. of they are In such fine were 8. Brown. Rufus Alvarez Chnrchwell, the group was eon- .last week. Raymond Nuer- ponies will compete for prize I Throughout his long Illness Mr.
!If NE lof Sec. 29 that they "look like mustard Grit- Harry Lewis Lawton Conner. ducted by Mrs. Titus OUen. The enberger, O. A. Griff I and Hugh money at the race scheduled for DodJ was a model of Christian :

it;and one"acre, begln-, growing In the field". Mr. Fred Halslop and Emory Leah children enjoyed die vivid storyof M. Sullivan of Starke flew a this Saturday. at 3:3O p. m. The fortitude and those who' are left
Y rainY Baal and Piper Cub. Chief Nicholas of the Legion' track .. situated ImmedlUly to
Yards N. of SW cor. of fist .tated. The unusuaQ Interment was in the Klngsley Elijah. mourn are comforted by the
IJItt NE 1-4 of Sec. 29. season has Dot ie"d for berries another Lake Cemetery with DeWitt C. Mrs ChurcBw.Jl transiting to Green Cove NAS. piloted a Tsyir.r.CJT. east of Call street There knowledge that'a good man has I'

J- Price Indicated by and prosper are season. Jones in charge of arrangements. ,Miami. s"-110. "admission ole .... -'.-" charge._ .a' gone to his) reward .
tamps; H500. successful

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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I- New River BrookerBy Mrs. Resale Colson and childrenof I visiting his. son, Louis, Saturday. soon. tOll '!span to h.

Starke spent part of last week Roy Roberts and Mrs J, p. Mr. mo
Mr
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CutabllAheU L877 The School: Mr.*. T. W. Markey here with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Roberts' Starke were Sunday: Lake wer,. a.q of(I
Ity . . . guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. I John
E. L. Matthews _________.. Editor and OWner . . Colson. Galney and Roberts. MCKInney 9unayr't
Mr. and Mrs. Royce Mr. aM Mrs
HALLOWE'EN: PARTY II.UTIHTVMS: > MEETING I children of Jacksonville were Mrs, Flora McKInney of Gainesville Starke Losnk'
FYBsr. ..d. Weekly on Fridays. and Entered tut Second ClaM Matter The Long Bridge Community The WMS of the Brooker Baptist weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. was the dinner guest of her Mrs. Berry Were VlSltln1

at the Post Office at Starke Florida. ____ Sunday School will have a Hal- Church met at the home of R. Gainey. sister, Mrs. Carl Jones, Sunday.Mr. We are DYal SInd.I1!
glad
lowe'en Party Friday night. A Mrs. V. V. Karen with 17 members Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crews and Mrs Russell Starlingand and Mrs. Louie !o 'Ne

weiner roast with games of all I and two visitors present. The and daughter, Mulrgle Sue of son, James, of Waldo were Edward of We1rand
The Amendments kind, including an apple-bobbing topic was "Tithing" and the discussion Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and weekend guests of: her parents, our commUnity BrooklYn,
contest' will be the main attrac I was led by Mrs. Eldon Mra: O. W. Barry last weekend. Mr. and Mra. Carl Jones. chased the ThIJ

As usual Florida's general election ballot will con- tions. Hardy and' closed with prayer by Little Charlene Hardy of Gaines- J. C. Watkins of Jacksonville and Edward Riley! "'K:
Mrs. C. A. Crosby. Afterward the visitor in Graham entered
while here with was a Sunday.
to the State Constitution of Mid Lakes ville is spending a day. Mr.
tain a number of amendments Rev. Fred Dodd invited into the din- Wel&'llnd
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Perry Starling III
being offered at this time for acceptance or re- filled his regular appointment at ing room and served fruit cake Mr. and Mrs. Eljton Hardy.Mr. and policeman.For .
Mike Tilghman
and Mrs.
jection by the electorate. Also as usual almost every Long Bridge Christian Church and coffee by the hostess, assisted guests '
Gainesville were
from the proponents Sunday morning and night. A children of Safety, Comfort and Economy
arguments Mrs. W. M. Hazen.
mail brings lengthy that by Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Sam ..
motion picture was presented
out the I
pointing
and opponents of these measures night, "The Man Who Forgot HALLOWE'EN CARNIVAL I :'::ot t. FOR COURTEOUSCORRECT
merits or demerits of the proposed amendmentsdepending and Mrs. L. A. Brown spent
God." This was a wonderful mes The annual Hallowe'en Carnival, Mr r
on the personal views of the writer.It sponsored by the Brooker PTA, last week in Gainesville.Mr. .

is very difficult for the average runofthemillvoter sage.Mr.. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas of was held Saturday October 26. and Mrs. Bill Plummer INFORMATIONPlease
unschooled in legal phraseology and political Brooker were visiting Mr. and Costume prizes awarded by the have moved to Starke to make rnw

technique, to obtain a clear and unbiased opinion of the Mrs. C. E. Andrews and family judges of the parade went to Ron their home. of Phone 147
afternoon. for the most "ap Mr. and Mrs. Mel VIckery ..
asks Sunday ald Wiggins
proposed amendments. Almost everyone he IS *-- 4
Mrs. Lubedla Johns, Mrs. Jessie and Ina Ellis for the"cutest" Lake Alto have moved here and
propriate"
either "for" "against" them, usually for some reason and Ride Florida
or
Lee Lazenby and mother, Mrs. have an apartment with Mr Greyhound Lines Inc
that is not always entirely unselfish. The poor har- Dowling, Joe: and Donnie were Activities featured during the Mrs Earl Green. UNION BUS STATuSIIeITemple
assed voter, wanting to do the right thing and cast an business visitors, to' Gainesville bingo, country store, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Plnholster t '
evening were Ave. LACY
intelligent ballot often reaches such a state of utter I' Friday. fish pond, novelty shop, cake of Jacksonville were Sunday CONWAY, Agent
the amendments entirely of Mrs. Rosa Plnholster.Mr. B ,
confusion that he skips Mri. Robert Ward and .childrenof walk, and hamburgers. A chicken guests
neither Starke spent Thursday and and Mrs. Herschell Layfield
registering yea nor nay. supper was served and enjoyed. bya
This an unusual ajpount of fuss has been Friday with Mr and Mrs. E. A. large number. and children of Gainesville were
year
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott
created over the amendments that will appear on the Sapp. The final event was the crowning aaL.
Rev. Dodd and small aon. Dan- Sunday.
ballot as number 4 and number 5. The first if approved of the Kings and Queens of
would give the legislature power to provide for and nie, were Mrs. Shepperd.dinner guests of Mr. the Carnival. The following were . . . widxa good book

of the Budget prescribe his chosen: Junior King-Bobbie Dyal;
and appoint a Director Mra. Cleo Andrews and mother,
Junior Queen--Ginger Jones; Sen- GrahamBy
powers and duties and provide for his qualificationsand Mrs. Thomas, were shopping in ior King-Lamar Crosby; Senior -f

term of office.Advocates Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. Queen-Helen Barry. Mrs. John McKInneyMrs.
maintain that it is Elva Abernathy and Bud
of this amendment The net profit of the Carnivalwas
Debose visiting Mr and Mrs. and Mrs.
were Mildred Bowman
in line with progressive principles and would help $301.28.REGULAR .
I K. A. and family Saturday
Sapp Drew Walker of Macclenny were
maintain better organization balance and control of
night. visiting their mother, Mrs. HUlard #
PTA MEETING
state income and spending under the direction of a I
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Turner The monthly meeting of the Broughton, Friday. i
specialist in public finance. Opponents object on the and son of Lake Butler spent Brooker PTA was held Tuesday Miss Martell Edmondson of: 1'F u
ground that it would give too much power to the Leg I Sunday with 'Mr. and Mrs. Roan and the 9th Grade won the prize Miami was visiting Mr. and Mrs. ZCEft

islature since the director would be responsible only to Turner.,. for having the most parents in at- Edd Parrish Thursday of last
the lawmakers, and not to the Governor. Among the Mr. and Mrs.. Chester Moody tendance. The next meeting will week. EER '

objectors is one-time gubernatorial candidate Fuller and children of Lake Butler were be held on Nov. 26. All parentsare MIM Onle Mae Starling and

Warren of Jacksonville who, in a recent public letter visiting Mr. and Mrs. M H. urged to attend these meet- Miss Selma Rivers were guests

pointed out that this amendment would give the Legislature Moody recently.C. ings and help make the PTA a of relatives! and friends in Tampa
to E Andrews and son Seeber more worthwhile organization. last week. ASIAN Cp.-1.,4,5.4,1 ,..[htSa.r/rhwn N..4
power to appoint for life some man a position in Gainesville Friday. M..5
Doyle were
We have in
a new pupil our
having almost complete control 'over the state's $120-. They visited Sonny Roberts in Roscoe Parrish of Palatka spent school now little Robert Cain.

000,000. the hospital. the weekend here with his parents He has been attending school in
"That is too( much power to put in the hands of a Mr. and Mrs. Henry Turner of Mr. and Mis. J. R. Parrish. Waldo. We are glad to know the
mere appointee of the Legislature" Warren stated. Jacksonville spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Gay made a Cains have moved to our section.
the State's !with her parents, Mr and Mrs. business trip to Jacksonville Mon- have
"Any person having such vast power over They purchased the .Carhart Pressure Cookers
millions of tax should get his authority directly O. F. Tomlinson. day.Miss n'
money
and place.Mr.
Alvin Kite
Mr. and Mrs. Lubedla Plnholater and
f and Mrs. John
from the from handfulof Surrencywere
people t.hemselves-not a mere in Lake
children spent Monday Mrs. R. F. Gano spent Monday in
politicians who( happen. to be in the Legislature." I Butler with Mr. and, Mrs. J. B. Gainesville. visiting their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs. H.
'mendment'No. 5' Is designed to break up the Kite.: The children helped their Leslie and Ray Green were in C. Surrency, in Gainesville Sun
practice of so-called "continuing appropriations", a grandfather gather pecans. Palatka and Gainesville Monday Metal WastebasketsCAKE

term used to designate a method of creating, by legisla- I Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sweat of on business. day.Mrs.. Carl Jones was. a visitorto
tive act, new appointive governmental departments 'Ralford spent Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen of Waldo Sunday. SETS

supported by specific taxes, licenses or fees and incorporating .with Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Nettles Starke were here Saturday after- A.large crowd attended servicesat

.in such acts continuous authority to collect and other relatives. noon.Mr. the Christian Church Sunday 'CANNISTERSETSjBREAD

I and; spend all (or a percentage) of the funds collected . . visiting. and Rev.Mrs.and Ray Mrs.Green G. E.were Mc- -C)

for the operation of the department, without % Gauley in Palatka Thursday of .p ; BOXES

budgetary control or biennial! appropriation by the LAWTEY lu ,.week\ Rev:,,McGauley .is very YOUR WATCH '
legislature. Advocates of this! ndrhenf:taaintain .. White Peach Deb
am The School sick; and his .many friends here ti < j"'J.r. All With
that this system has mushroomed over'the years untilat .By. . . wish him 'a speedy recovery. Deserves the Best
the present time eighty percent, of our total state Mr. and Mrs. Luther Sowell are

expenditures{ are' from unbudgeted ""continuing appro- REVIVAL SERVICES: spending a week in St. Petersburgwith
pirations". The amendment will they say "take this Rev. J. P. Dowling of Jackson- relatives. They were accompanied Brick Siding --- Buff andRe R
ville assisted the pastor, Rev. by Mrs. Cassle Lar-
vast' spending power out of the hands of the bureau-
crats and put it in the hands of the Legislature which Cecil Williams with a series of ramore who has been visiting LIMITED SUPPLY ALSO
revival services at the Woodlawn them here.
is made up of elected representatives of the people." Baptist church last week. The I Mrs. Lottie Edwards and son 90Lb. Black Red and Green Roofi
Opponents of the measure point out that it would ,
At
meetings closed last Sunday. Harry were shopping In Gainesville REPAIRTrustworthy .
prevent the State Road Department and other such the noon hour Sunday the ladles Saturday. GARDEN HC
state boards from doing any-,long-range planning for I,of the community served an old- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green and % Service New Shipment -

roads bridges, state parks etc. since there would ben 'fashioned picnic dinner at the I children and Mrs. T. W. Mar- IN 25 Ft. & 50 Ft. I.E GTHSFARMER'S

() way of estimating receipts beyond a two year limitif church. The meetings were a key' were visiting W. L. Parrish

the Legislature made the appropriations.While great success. at Dukes Sunday night. Harley ,F. Strong
I Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green and Suppi
opposing Amendment No.4, Mr. Warren The adult members of the Bap-
children. Mr. and Mrs. Jones of 137 West Call St.
favors the measure abolishing continuing appropriations tist church enjoyed a fellowship
Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Reddish
describing it as "sound and sensible" and urg- supper at the pastorlum Thurs-I Andrews and children, and Mr. CAMP BLANDING JEWELER i i )MARUCA, OWNER

ing its adoption.The day, October 24. After supper and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins of New SINCE 1941
other four amendments are more or less "local games and singing were enjoyed I

issues", pertaining tfl specific sections of the state, and by those present. There were 27 .

illustrate the evil practice of cluttering up the State present.Mrs. Jewel Royal has returned f

Constitution with "special" legislation. Experts on to her home In Tampa after

government agree that a constitution should deal only spending the week with her sister -

with general matters, never with rules or details of Mra. Fred Moore.

government. Certainly a constitution should not con- Miss Dona Grlffls of the school

tain arbitrary provisions for a single county which faculty was In Jacksonville shop Refreshing fun

set it apart from similar counties. These four proposals ping lat Saturday.Mrs. .

would add to the mass of detailed rules which already Will Edwards waa in Jack-
make the Florida sonville last Saturday and Sun-
Constitution a jumble of special leg
day. While there she was the
islation. For this people will "No"on
reason many vote guest of her daughter, Mrs. Mary ( \
Amendments 1, 2, 3, and 6. Mixon. '.. 4..

No. 1 relates to the consolidating, abolishing, and T he Rev. Jo:. T. Ernest of Wau- _., 11,
creating of certain county offices in Orange County chula was the speaker at the ,,Baptist '
and for assessment and collection of municipal taxes by church last 'Friday. He has

county officers.! No. 2 and No. 3 relate to assessmentof accepted an Invitation to the ." "
property and collection of taxes in Hillsborough and church for Sunday Nov. 3. J
S
Uay Counties. No. 6 relates to the' election of the The Sunbeam Band meets each .

judge! of the Court of Record and the county solicitor Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock at ?
in Jo.. ca.mbiaGounty. the Baptist Church. Mrs J, P.
Wyrtck la the leader. '
It is well nigh impossible for tHe busy voter to delve Mr. and Mis. Hal Edwards of .

into the merits of amendments pertaining to some spe- KlngMey! Lake attended church at ; 7 ,

cific area of the state. They are local issues and should the Methodist Church last Sun \ '

be decided locally. We agree that they have no place day evening.
in the State Constitution. Miss Ina Forsythe of Hamptonwas

For instance interests in Tampa have sent out in Lawtey the last of the 1' '
bulletins advocating defeat of Amendment week attending to business and
No. 2, stat-
visiting frlendn.
ing that it would wipe out gains attained in Hills-
The Boy Scouts went!
J. borough County's successful fight for tax: office consolidation treasure hunt last Monday night.on a :

in 1944. At the same time interests in Plant Scouts Leslie Phillips and Fay : '
City have sent out appeals for approval of the amendment Durban found the treasure burled ; 1.

on the grounds that they should not be inconven- by the city hall. Lawtey Troop \

ienced by having to travel to Tampa to pay their taxes. No. lift, under the guidance of

Why the voters of the entire state should be forced toBettle Scoutmaster Wall Is making much

this spat between East and West Hillsborough progress In Scout craft.
is I Mr and Mrs. L. H. Futch were 1t _
beyond our comprehension. Few
? people outside of In
' Gainesville last .
. that immediate area know enough of conditions there Saturday.Miss
Ernestine Moore of Jacksonville
t l() vote intelligently on the issue.
was the
guest of her par
That is why many Floridians are beginning ents. Mr.
to see and Mrs. Fred Moore, k
't f the need for calling a constitutional convention which last Sunday.

would revise the Constitution\ back to the basic Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill were I aSOTTIIO

1j elements, and doing away with many: of the special acts shopping in Jacksonville last Sat- .
that are so confusing to the lay mind. urday. I

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pictures wera made by the AAAIn General MacArthur Friendly With Troops I I Lnugue Congress of six Starke I Everybody had plenty but nx. I '1.I 1.
farm Training Helps Veterans 193:;, from an altitude of 20- churches hall its greatest meetinglast wasn't there They told me better ;
tOO) feet. I Says Olin White, Jr., Member of GHQ Guard J Sunday when there were I lurk next time. (

Like most of the men In the I i After serving 10 months as one' su<,hIt Japanese swords antrifles. morn than 350( participants to hearan 'i;
Agricultural Problems IMK HHiH SCHOOL
[Varied program Wilkerson. Waters and i
: I of 250 enlisted men selected to,I II Address oy Hev. H. J. Blount
Pringle were discharged last win- ()Wednesday, Oct 23 the !
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guard General MacArthur'a Headquarters Young White has no great of Jacksonville whose subject was I
Bradford's ed and washed down I ter. Wilkerson nerved In the Pfc Olin White, Jr., a praUnt for the scenery around "The relation of the Sunday colored teachers of Bradford f
in the
-tee beds navy, Waters In the Infantry
scan training'< program that some of the men have replanted Prlngle in the at* corp On-the- BHS graduate, has returned home. ,Tokyo but suspects it's better In School to the community". Rev. County met for the purpose of reorganizing -
rn ,, this week by ClIf- and re-fertilized four and Farm training Is helping them The change of mailing address the mountains. Ills own duties Blount was at his best and everybody the County Teachers 1
nce'l ," to "P. O., him clone to the GHQ -and ,
rrric Veterans Teacheral five times. Notwithstanding the solve problems which Inevitably from "GHQ Tokyo kept enjoyed the address.MC.UNT Association Each Lonelier k.** 1
Starke, Fla." suits him fine. the terrain surrounding the cityIs
Agriculture. setbacks, a banner crop Is expected awaited their return home. Be- MOKI\II HOLDS pledged to do his utmost to make I
level, somewhat monotonous,
while Currie said that the yield fore entering the service Louis The youthful veteran la currently association under
nines to "earn and scarred by bomb The climate LAYMUN'S CONKKKEMTO the a success :.
meth- will probably be heavier than Waters Hold out his 250 head of enjoying a terminal leave with officers
modern farming can ? "Not too bad. Summers As I was passing/ by I noticedthe the leadership of the following '
offered ex-service- be picked by available labor. hoRH. He now has eight pigs and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Last winter wasn't no I, church was surrounded with: : C C. Anderson, preldait;
hus certlfl- Acreage will be larger than in a. Two weeks rain Inundated White Sr. H.'ll receive an hon- are warm. ''L. M. !
sow. vice
..llcatlons for a any ago cold. We had one light snow In.. automobiles All I know I Is what A. Williams president;
imlbllity are approved recent season, and the quality of his faim. On the Tues- orable discharge November 28th. February." they told me. They were having L. Paul secretary; A. G. Molten 1
RpRlonal Vetetans I the fruit should be rated as excellent day following the recent hurricane From the soldier's point of view, Layman's Day and the following assistant secretary; A O. :141_ '
he White believes that the Occupation -
"could be worse",
itlon office In Galnesient scare Dr L. H. Jennings peacetime Japan convinced "Forces are being kept at a districts were represented: Jack- klns, chaplain; O. R. Itatlk% I'
farmers The summoned to attend the birth ofa I hit says-but he's equally -
en local cultivation of missionary fairly constant level with new sonville, Gainesville, and Ocala. organist
la l
the program' bene- strawberries. Bradford's standard baby girl reached the farm 'I that North Florida easily Inducted February 16, 1945 the D. A, Boyd of Palatka sat In the I I I
rig he's
short of the county's variety for 20 years Is a full-time through a flood that waa "knee- preferable to anything seen local veteran took Infantry train- high chair and directed discussionon I I The Book of Psalms! an everyone

Job. This, obviously, la no news deep or worse." But the water overseas. 1 ing at Camp Blanding, and set the topic of preading Christianity knows. ,In the longest book at
aid that the veteran's to the majority of the Telegraph's I has receded and the young farmer I Concerning duties In conquered tn ncrox. the Pacific on the following to comingyouth.. the Bible. Six of its one hundred
will be determined by I readers. For the benefit of the Is con f i il e n t that the heavy\ Nippon he states thai "Chow (\s August. In all, he's pullcuiia Afterward a great feast with a and fifty chapters begin with De
lee composed of L. T. less informed it Is perhaps worth-! weather Is at an end. He reports good, with a fair supply of meats .n, ".". duty. delicious dessert wall served. word "Blessed."
R Ferguson and L. while to report that the year's I that hilt wife and little girl are and vegetables shipped from the]. The discharge an honorable
Rosier progress Involves the purchase and doing fine. The berry patch is :State: There's plenty of movies, '
tj, James 0'1 i II one for a general's honor guard
Applicants must setting of plants In :March, the, re-planted. He shares ownership recreation centers, and swimming!I II Is on the way. After that, well, -s i e N s-
than 00 days' service transplanting of runners in mid- of a grist mill with Wllkerson" I pools. The Ernie Pyle theatre, a Pfc White Is today the picture of
ml"T, 1939. They need I summer, setting out of second and together they'll receive eight 1 reconditioned building, has a library a relaxed young man. "I'm goingto SIHAY PAINTING "AT YOUR HOME" I
,cir own farm, but must runners In the fall, mulching In pound of each bushel of corn I roof garden, snack bar, rest awhile. "Then I'll decide AUTOS KKFKHZKUATOIIS
r-laborers. Some of the; February, and harvesting from ground into meal. By the end I entertainment little of everything what'H next" DRAKE SIGNS 305 ChurchWANTED
deriving benefits under:perhaps late February through of his training untlert he Veter- The boys have lots of .
am ore share-cropping I May Healthy plants are derived ans Administration he experts to time off, though In our case there'

In the process of buy I from the upkeep of good beds, the have an efficiently-operated farm, wasn't much chance to leave I I.Sunnybrook -
farm, others own their clearance of grass between the a substantial Income. Tokyo."

,utrlght, The farm must'I beds Judicious applications of No.' James Prlngle's two-acre berry White describes himself as lucky''' By Mm. O. E. Crosby
nomic unit"--whjch po- 4-7-5 fertilizer, and proper quan- field, with 30,000 plants, Is In to have been stationed In the . . . .
can be maintained on apils. tities of mulching (grass or fine shape, the plants healthy, Jap metropolis compared with
Approved appllive -,straw) to keep plants off the the beds broad and level. He'll the fortunes of troops at remote SIJHl-Hl.SK \KTY
$90 a month if mar- ground and provide protectionfrom put In three acres of oats for locations on other Islands. Mrs. J, C Sapp. Mrs. J. D.

a month if single, for a cold. I winter grazing and cover crops. As an honor guard, he was Odom Jr., and Mrs. Gilbert Lbs. PecansNo
of two years. .''Inforgarillng A morning's visit with Harry' Pringle owns two horses and six assigned to the American Embassy Brown were hostesses Saturday 1,000,000
the certificatety Wilkerson, Louis Waters and I hogs. Like many of Bradford's and the Dal Itchl building.The night at a lovely party given In
can be obtained fromat James Pringle In the Lawtey section farmers, he swaps labor with latter, a relatively undamagedskyscraper honor of Mr and Mrs. Lent Brown
the Bradford high found each of the farmers others to cut living expenses. He provided headquarters I i at their new home here.
Currie, at the Saulai busy re-setting plants. Wllkerson" plans to help Dolph Griffis with for MacArthur and his staff. Members Hallowe'en decorations were
McMahon street. who share-crops one and one-half his sugar cane, and will receive of the company often saw),, used throughout the entire pro Quantity Too Largeor
the-Farm program'pro I acres with his father and brother,J)I payment In syrup. the General en route to hla'of-' gram. Games were enjoyed by
jrmatlon and auKgeshe predicts a yield of from 2000 to I I The veterans' Instructor is encouraging tics and, White says "The boys', both old and young.
use of proven meth- 2500 quarts per acre. He'll find the planting of ,blue like him. He's friendly with hi*'' The following were present for Too Small
ments and farm prac- an adequate supply of mulching I(!lupine as a cover crop, and white men." the lovely affair:
table to Bradford. Thed In a nearby grass field. The dutch clover for grazing. The Tokyo Is pictured as the wreckage ''I. Mrs. Eunice Wilson Dorothy
classes held from 7,' young farmer owns 23 acres adjoining men are also advised to plant a of what waa a vast and Prescott. Betty Dyal Mrs. H. A.
his father's In winter ,Piescott. Mrs. Edna Prevatt Mrs
vege-
each Monday at the place. larger acreage
m bombed
sprawling city. "It is really -
al building, BHS. ands During the course of the morn- tables. out. I can't see how they'll, Ray McKInney, Mr. and Mrs. See Us Before You Sell!
the farms a two-hour Ing Currie told the veterans of The student farmers will receive ever rebuild It, but maybe- they'I David Kelly and !Miss Mamie
sit, to observe progress, the availability of Nitrate of Soda instruction in meat canning vlll, eventually. Most of the new(! Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith
roblems and check recduate at $45 a ton--a grood price-- from Vocational Director Ferguson construction Is limited to small and daughter, Joan, of Starke, 321 TEMPLE AVENUE
through cooperation of the Farm and have access to a wood- huts of scrap tin and lumber, Mrs. Albert Newman and children -
of the Alabama Bureau; checked on the conditions working shop'at the high school. built among the ruin, Tokyo la Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wynn,
teal: Institute, with a I of their plants; discussed Beginning January 1st, they will crowded, although the population Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Mcl > In Agriculture the in- |with Waters the health of his six- keep a cash account book: a rec- is supposed to be lens than pre- Mary Wyman. Mrs. Willis Dyal,
as been In charge of the:weeks-old pigs; talked about the ord of farm cash receipts, farm war days. Mrs. C. M. Phillips of Sampson
here since Septemberhad I|comparative merits of steel beams cash expenses, personal cash ex- : City Mr and Mrs J. K. Kelly
three years' withry and middle buster plowing of penses, personal cash receipts, "The Japs seldom give trouble :and children, Mr and Mrs. L. A.
Intelligence ,Fifth strawberries; went into the ad- dally egg record and an Inventory'I but you can "never tell whatthey're Crosby and children Mrs. Evelyn
mmand, at Daytona and vantages of Smear-X a screw summary.The ( thinking. Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Cros- JUST RECEIVED
with the
Fraternization onetime -
Ohio. (!.i worm remedy, and a similar preparation advantages of the program, by and children. Mr, and Mrs.
I
cultivated by the exn USDA No. 02. The pro briefly, are twofold: ((1) Financial enemy is discouraged.the like Japanese W R. HaLslop and Mr. and Mrs New MerchandiseMen's .
average 20 acres_ and cedure between farmer and instructor benefits for two years; ((2) Instruction theatres and are H. Box and daughter, Joan, of
off-limits to Americans, and only
ed throughout the' coun- Is one of mutual cooperation -, and guidance in methods Jacksonville.
the majority, situated Currie offering suggestions most suitable for diversified fuming laborers. are Incidentally admitted; to White troops'quarters Indicated Little Wayne Sapp and Emma DungareePants
jwtey. Strawberries-of and passing on Information as to In Bradford County Sue Odom presented Mr. and Mrs
the lot of the occupation
Brown with aVlirge Hallowe'enbox.fll'11
the with various agricultural eervices. The
e. money crop TU< he patches ranging from'1 broad-objective la fftlprovml farmIng labor 'avail- \ ",," ea.Boys' .
WITH TWO WORD EACII liy the supply of Jap *'of Ire cream and
that the Veterans' methods
rtha to I so .
three "ct:! and other '
it tour of lands owns a or will! yield a greater Income by the There are two Bible verses each able' for K. P. duty, cake were nerved by the runtennassisted ,
pped by On-the-Farm(Completion of a two-year pro- I containing only two words: "Jesus forms of typical contrast G. I. drudgery.In to wartime by Miss Joan Smith and OVERALLS
,wept" which probably every child further Beverly :Jo Crosby. Everyone hada
proved an enlightenmentgraph gram.
reporter who had The veterans also learned from I I at Sunday School has proudly souvenir conditions,hunting he pointed Is no out longer that nice time with Mr. and Mrs Size 4 to 9 . . 1.85 ea.
ously been Initiated into Currle that aerial photographs given as a verse beginning with of life and Brown and we all hope they will
of their farms I the letter "J" and the twowordverse maintained at peril enjoy their new home.
the
3 of the layout
business. showing
berry
"Rejoice evermore" foundin limb. PX'i now do a thriving business Polo Shirts for Boys 65c ea.
for $125 from
hier'i rains can be purchased
exceptional in legitimate mementoes, Mr. arid Mrs. Leroy Lovell carried .
office. The I Thessalonians 5:16.: Size 2 6
had so repeatedly flood the county agent's .. their baby to St. Vincent's to
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I under observation. a baby iipoclalist. Ladies Dresses Now 2.60 ea.

We hope he will soon bs Size 9 to 20
home again.
Mrs. R. M. Crosby was returned

Ranch to Glendale Hospital In Palatka Wool Skirts All Sizes
Stanley's Saturday. We hope she will loon
be able to return to her home. 1.50 each
.. .
Mrs' William Crosby has beenon ** --r------rrm rJ* <* *" I I '" F i I.

the lick list but we are glad
she !III much Improved at this
writing. Nick's Bargain HouseTWO

Mr. and Mrs J. R. Kelly and

DINING ROOM children, Kathryn and Robert, IJLOCKH FROM BUS STATION
and Mary Allre Crosby were
visiting Mr Kelly's mother, NORTH ON iOAI)13
Mm.. A. U DrUgera In Lake But
Icr, Sunday afternoon.

Mr and Mm. Floyd Crosby and .. ,_ .. .. ,
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IS AGAIN BEING OPERATED BY er-ln-law children were and sister visiting, Mr.her and broth'Mrs. -

Ronnie Mumlorff In Starke Sun-
day afternoon. ----- ,

THE OWNERS, MR. & MRS. G. B. STANLEY NEWS ABOUT

COLORED PEOPLE
J I II
lIy W. W. Parker e r I :

STEAKS CHICKEN .\I.v:: (11.\1'1':1.': A.M.K.: :
HAM l K.NmT' SHOW
"
Wednesday night at the theatre prccialc ,
there was no room for me. Two _
big shows and the tie'1tre .
was
SHRIMP packed to capacity/ NeverthelessI t Y iIIR '! H' / our

sneaked In with the school children -
the following day. The picture hL ?Juit k if service

"King of Kings", Is the
greatest rellRlous movie broughtto

OYSTERS Bradford County. Pop Pullum
wished! to thank all of his friends I Sweaters that retain -

i ... for their loyal support and cooperation their color; and
.$ In putting his programover 1 II shape are a wire
!! for the benefit o f Allen it .I ihvflHtment. To be
HOT BISCUITS Chapel. It was a tremendous ,uc- %
SERVED WITH cess and he will soon bring an- ( sure that your ;.
J /. other great religious picture, "The MWrtitern will stay
; Green Pastures". played by an all- frrmh-lookinjf') lovely,
HOUR DAY OR NIGHT colored cant. It ran In one the- O semi them here. Scientific 1
ANY atre on Broadway for 18 months. Olethods assure you
.,' -" Rev. Tom Gains, the communIty' nmart, sparkling! clean I
---- beloved barber and Gospel
--- -- j sweaters.'
preacher, will deliver a sermon -
to the Junior Church Sun-
; day, Nov. 10. at 3 p. m. In Allen
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STANLEYSRANCH Chapel. All members and frlenduare
""IIONJ'; J3..
asked to hear this great and

dynarplc Gospel speaker.nITIHT ROItT. rRHEKN 1111.. 1.1 d .115

BF-TIU: C'lll'Kflf ; TempleAve.
Two good sermons were delivered ?
100 I Owner! : .
SOUTH ON ROUTE at the llethrl Baptist Church
3 MILES Sunday by Rev McKlrwy at the
morning hour, and Rev Wood of 1. -
Palatka In the evening.
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I SOCIETY and CLUBS- Baptists TEL Class l Young Folks Enjoy flowers Stanxbury and as cards chairman to to members send .1

Has Social EventThe Hallowe'en Party who may be 111. Brownlee Mrs. Thorn-will Cannibal Plant in the United State

---- i quest and Mrs. ,
T.E.L. Sunday School Class I Judy Green and Ennis Paul strve: with her.

High Officials I Miss Kelly HonoredAt of the Baptist Church met Mon-I were hostesses at a delightful Hal- Mrs. H. L. Brownlee invited the

Of State Masonry Lovely Party day afternoon at the home of lowe'en party Wednesday night at I Union to meet at her home In.. u.I'r 'r

Mrs. Alma Hough. the home of Mr. and Mrs. L, J. November, and the meeting was

Honored HereApproximately Tuesday Evening During a short business meet- Green on North Walnut Street. I I closed with prayer by Mrs. Stana-
Mrs. W. J. The young folks were entertained 1 {tl'tt '
led Epperson.
Ing, by bury. l t
,70 Masons from Miss Emy Mays Kelly, houseguest '!
VIce-Presldent, plans were on the lawn, which was color-:
cities In Florida] and other states of Mr and Mnt. Guy Bale
class activities, fully decorated with lighted Jack-
made for future
of the Tenth Masonic honored evening by White Home Scene
were guests waif Tuesday 1+
O-Lantern, candles, and other
and the treasurer reported $375
District at the USO building Mon Mrs Earl Johnson and Mrs. Sale
given by the class for the Church tiaditiooal emblems of the sea Of Family Dinner
The horoof
day. with a bridge party. ti tC p
Mrs W. B. scene of building fund during the past. I son.
Mundy
affair honored the
Tho
presenceof White -
in Mr. and Mrs. O. W. entertained
booth
The fortune-telling was
year.
the MoHt Worshipful GrandM the affair was charmingly decorated
G and contests of the social charge of Miss Louise Snyder at a family dinner party -
as tel' Frank A. Brown, of in the seasonal motif with amen
Miami. Other Grand Lodge officers orange candles, flowers In autumn hour were very amusing. Mrs. and Miss Sara Barefoot, dressedas I Sunday at one o'clock In honorof
Olin W. White Jr.,
attending were Warren S. colors, black cats and pumpkins Lelia Weeks was high in the Hal- a ghost, entertained the young their son,

Taylor, of Gainesville, Past Grand and a witch's cauldron In the lowe'en word contest, and fortunes guests with hair-raising stories. i who is at home on terminal leave

Master; William R. Minor, of fireplace. were caught by each one Apple bobbing and other games I after 20 months In the army.

Jacksonville, Grand Service Stew- After three progressions! ol fishing In a spooky Fisherman's were enjoyed. A "tour throughthe While In Japan Pfc White was one -

ard; John H. Raleigh, Jackson- ,bridge a bottle of toilet water was Paradise. :j jungles", with Mrs. Green as of General MacArthur's body I -p

ville, Grand Standard Bearer; Andrew presented to Miss Kelly for high Mrs. Hough, assisted by three guide, provided much merriment, guards. .> 11

H., Cruze, of Jacksonville, score, a box oT ,bath power to : goblins (Shl Ann Smith, Leila I with: ghosts appearing .here and I The dinner menu consisted of

Grand Tyler.V Miss/ Evelyn Stump for second, ,Noegel and Butch Noegel) served there A ride to the cemetery also turkey with all the trimmings. THIS remarkable photo shows one of the strangest botan.,, i

S. St. John, Deputy GrandMaster and to Mrs. Arthur Holliday a pineapple juice and wafers to the I((I created much fun with ghosts In the afternoon pictures were meat-eatinic plant which catches insects by n.n Jt|
of the dlnttlct, pronounced iar of creme sachet for consola members preHent: Mrs Lennon,I appearing at the gates. taken of the family party; also upon them Called the Venus flytrap, the plant lurei in.P'.nJ'' 1'4

the event one of the most suecesHi'ul -' tion.For Mrs. Webb, Mrs T. J. Alderman,I I Prizes were awarded to Mrs of the ;four generations: Mrs. J. leaves nectar,shut according in s quarter-second to the August when Science the Illustrated fly touchei .tkmtf*'*au

In the history of local their gift to the honor guest: Mrs. Leila Weeks Mrs. O. A. An- L. S. Hutto. an unexpected- guest- W. White, O W. White, Mrs. C. ,, hair edges. Note leaf on tight which Is .hut. The depute It

Masons./ A varied program was the hostesses chose lingerie and derson, Mrs. W J. Epperson, Sr. who aroused much curiosity by W. Savage- and little daughter- digested in about ten day. The plant is not found in'AIr i :' '"
presented/ by commlttepmen T. B. for Mrs. Frederick Bishop of Hol- I J. E. Futch, Miss Marc Mrs. her mysterious appearance, for Yvonne. the Carolinas I .
lls Moore and Mn P. M. Barefoot. the cleverest costume; to Dolores I
Harding George Kopelousos. J. Long Island, house guest of
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D. Odom, N. N. Prevatt and C. Mr, and Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Ann Hancock for the prettiest Intermediate Laurel, Delaware. OSllER e. UF
}::. Hernwall. P. M. Barefoot creme sachet Mr. and Mrs. 'Flynn costume and to Lois Paul for the Group You are required to appear on I PI-IILlrAIO\:
wrATah.t'(
tackiest costume. November 18, 1948,, In the abovenamed : FLOfltttrek'Brassell '
nerved an/ Master of Ceremonies. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Sale I Entertained Tuesday Court and cause, wherein Whoer ,
Hosts at DinnerYellow Mrs A. F. Saula. and Mrs. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford known. re.uc 10
Florida cities and towns represented served a tempting naiad course to .
i County Telegraph hall publish this You .,
are .
at the occasion Included the guests: Miss Delia Rosenberg candles, bronze and yej- Ursula.Barnes served as judges. The Intermediate Fellowship Order In next four weekly Is"u.. November Id required, IHq ,.JJ"!
Archie Green won the prize in the Group was entertained Tuesday Witness my hand and official named "
Jacksonville, Gainesville, Callahan, Mrs. Fred Guy, Mrs. Jack Scan- Court anilauu ,,
low chrysanthemums and place, OCtober Heal at Htarke, Florida, this Octo- plaintiff seek .
cracker-eating contellt.Retreshments evening by Jimmy Rowe, the divorce B"
Waldo Hawthorne, Mlcanopy, lan, Mrs. Junlus Smith 'Mrs. J. R. cards decorated with black cats ber 17, 1946. County Tplptrnllhhall| nuhiiASf
Raiford, Lake Butler and Brooker Wainwright, Mis. Arthur Holli formed a Hallowe'en- atmosphere were served on program chairman, and his (OFFICIALof SEAL Court. J. Thomas In nest four w..klr",

Mr. St. John reported that there' day, Mra. Morgan Darby, Mrs. for the dinner party given by Mr. the lawn and favors were bagsof mother, Mrs. Robert Green. The T.A Frank Landrum 1I..ld marks. Fla. at 8tlk"e"rToflda11, (thb and"''cl',

were out-of-state visitors from Hallie Jones, Mrs. Frederick and Mrs. Geo. B. Flynn at their Hallowe'en candy. I monthly social was held in the Atty. for Pit. 10.18 4t 118CIvTYPLORIDAICHAN 1948. Oclobt

Pennsylvania Kentucky, Georgia, bishop Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Mrs.J. home Wednesday night. About 45 children enjoyed this Methodist Recreation building. IN: nnci'iT cor T, MIIADF-OHO As(OFFICIAL Clerk "f SEAL null) Court) .1,119
Virginia Went Virginia and R. Kldd Miss Lucille Mitchell, gala event.WCTU. Catherine Judd, Kaspar Duncan '' : By' Lucllli' C runner J D C
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Flynn Za'h II ,
1.1RY.: I Douglas Box
Arkansas Mm. Merr.ll Struth Mrs. and Billy Weldon whose birthdaysare ill C.
Charles
For the occasion were Mr. and Oussle iJlckerson Brafmell Plaintiff. yule, Fill.
Darby, Miss Frances in October, received Ura ell, Defendant Casa Atty fur rif. ,
Peek, Mrs. Mrs. C. A. Darby, Mr. and Mrs. Installs appropriate VH. John "* io li It
WSCS AnnouncementCircle James Lewis Mrs Glen Wood, cards and gifts from their -
Harry Houston, Dr. and Mrs. H. OfficersThe I
Mrs. William Powell.'Miss Evelyn H. Adams Miss Frances Peek New Counselor, Miss Carol White. The Have You Yet Seen

One of the Methodist Stump, Miss Lillian Stump Mrs. and Roy Ward. October meeting of the groin sang "Happy Birthday" to
WSCS Mrs. A W. Anderson .Eldrldge Smith Mrs. Tom Grady Billy Weldon and
chairman will meet Monday afternoon Mrs. W. H. Graham, Miss Madge W.C.T.XJ. was held last Friday at I I|fellowship gamell.Mrs. enjoyed many The Great Painting

Nov. 4, at 3:30: o'clock, I WhlgTiam and. Mrs.. E. L. Matthews UDC to MeetThe the home of Mrs. W, N. Johnson, .
at the home of Mrs E. K. Perry- president. Officers were Installedby Green served homemadeice "The FEAST of BELSHAZZAR"On
man on W. Madison St. W T. Weeks Chapter, UDC, Mrs. O. E. Stansbury, retiring cream and cup cakes to the

Circle Two Mrs. A. Z. Adklns will meet Wednesday, Nov 6. at president, in a brief ceremony.A young people.Surprise "
Club for The
chairman, will meet at the homeof Jr. to Meet. 3:30: p. m., at the.home of Mrs. report from the State Con- Display Public

Mrs. Morgan Rlcharde at the The November meeting of the O. W., Roberts In Lawtey. Host- ventlon *vas read and a yearly re-'[ Party For
State Farm. Hostesses Mrs 'esaes! : Mrs. Roberts Mrs. L. H. port of the local Union was sub- j': At The
: Junior
Woman's Club will be held Peggy i Ann
Rlcharde: and Mrs J.' M. Hem- Hill, Mrs. Bffie Miner and Mrs mltted. A flower committee was WigginsMrs.
Thursday evening Nov.7, at
Hal Edwards. named by Mrs. Johnson with Mrs. I GOSPEL TABERNACLE
bree. .
7:30: o'clock .in I the club building.All One Wiggins entertained

members are urged to be present members of the younger set at

as a buffet supper >will be her.home on Tuesday night with a

served and directly afterwards surprise party for her daughter
the members will prepare Tuberculosis Peggy Ann, celebrating Peggy We ( } YOUR
ict1ttp I \ Retire
90aR .Christmas Seals for mall- Ann's fifteenth birthday anniver WAGON
M }
fl Ing. sary. 1 Re-paint BICYCLE

r Pry Hostesses for this meeting are Supper was served, an arrangement I\ Repair TRICYCLE

Miss Lillian Stump and Miss WeD, well Looks as if a Hilda Forehand (Albany, Ga.) ar- of fall flowers forming- the STROLLER
Helen Jones. i centerpiece of the Re-model BABY CARRIAGE
few of the spooks just couldn'twait rived Tuesday and Myrtice Lewis table. The
until Hallowe'en and jumpedthe arrived Wednesday for a brief girls presented an array of charm-

I Teen' Topics'' gun by going up and down visit with Myrwin Long I ing gifts to the honoree and enJoyed GIVE US A -TRIAL

-. Call Street soaping windows Wed Myrtice and HUda leave today for I an evening of games and

HOWDY FOLKS A-'playboy, Friday night's teen-age partyat nesday night What with the Baconton Ga. to gee their mother I music after supper. Biggs" & Baker' Bicycle l $Store
nut
may dOIrc.PI'W' rare.trlokh to.bnt leach lio an* old the US(7)...U &kIHIn! TXHwMUh l p.roned .. present shortage._it'kad' enoughto ..-. I Friends of Peggy Ann present : I

likes! to teach them> to a young sure by Mr Qeo. Flynn; Mrs.Mary waste mama's precious: soap,'I| repotted an','Jotted: Carleen I II were Dinkina.Janet Anderson< ,,,010Ann. 125 West Call St Starke Fla.
Lee
chU'krn. Hancock and Mrs. T, H. even on the right day-much less!Landrum: and Nettle Tucker rush- i One DemorestAlice .

O borne. Games and dancing were a whole day earlier than any I j I ling to the Gainesville dog hospital i Helton, Betty Ann Flynn, Minnie

Te..ohert "Kvfry: living creature enjoyed though the group was' respectable spook would dare show I', Wednesday with Brownie, the I'I|Lou Hazen, Jeanette Priest, and -

In here for a useful pur- small due to a misunderstandingas his face 'Oh well, guess I' Landrum family pooch, who was I Frankie Morgan. BUY PECAN
I i
poxf. Now what tiC) we learn. to date. This Friday night shouldn't complain about 'a little I(slated tora Caesarian At
from the, mosquito' ?" promises a more varied programand window soaping, for a few old''r last report.both mother and? litter HYMN WRITTEN ON

Willie: "We learn how easy It an Increased attendance timers still remember and like I I were doing fine Wilma MILK IIOUSE: WALL .

IN. to gt stung*' to talk about the good old days and T. K. McClane still house I'r I The first verse of "Jesus, Lover Any Variety, --- Any Amount

when the young-men-about-town I I hunting up one street and down of My Soul" was written about
Hut
we can guarantee that youwon't thought nothing of celebratingHallowe'en the 1800 by Charles Wesley the
other With half the on
get stung when you driveIn if an eventis I I ? wall of
by rolling the fire town helping them search, surely I a milk house belonging to Guaranteed
here. Our aim
I.
to
pro- the farm
truck down into of Mr.
Alligator creek will and Mrs. Ben-
lubrication vhle" the brat, 'ga, i>U. anti worth havingit or herding livestock into the up- long something. But it turn can't up be before too soon too jamin Harmon in North Ireland. Prices Paid

take In poimlbl And we, per story of the school building to suit the McCIanel" ., Fred-I'The verse was later copied by Highest*
pride free service
like windshield our is worthremembering Guess I'd better hush, though, erick an' Ruth. Bishop of Hollis, Wesley from this temporary
and
wiping before I start putting Ideas in impressionable L. I. ( of blackboard. YOU SELL -
liulK-ry check. Drive In and '" guests the E. L. Matthews SEE. ME. BEFORE
'
heads! .
try u*. young family) making natives,I'll CIRCUIT COURT IIR"O..OliO ,
WGULF*- Postmaster Fred Stump Is certainly shudder by taking: a dip In Kings- COI'N''Y' FLOIlIOA Hi "IIAN

with pictures going all-out In promotingthe ley Wednesday afternoon Oranvllle"ERY. Lee Braeure PAUL RAYMOND
,
OIL PRODUCTS popular Bo air mall PlaIntiff
new stamp They're used'to much colder' V" LhJa Jane Braeure, Defendant
Washing Polishing '. Have you seen the "blinking"poster water, however, and Case No 6134
thought
ORDER STREET
OF
I PUBLICATION 425 EAST SOUTH
s In the office
post and AND
Greasing Klngsley at this season quite NOTICE TO APPEAR
I other Air Mall decorations T balmy;. Hear Mrs L. S. Hutto Lid"STATE Jane Bra.ur.OF FLORIDA. residence STARKE, _:_ FLORIDA

Temple & Lake I T. H. Osborne Fred says his friends'1 have been stole the show at the Hallowe'en and address la: whoae a06 4th Street,
worrying him about a stamp bar- party at Lloyd' alInea Green'

Service Station WRITE BOX 423 gain ever since he took office, and house Wednesday night She -
now at last he's able to offer
'em
OR CALL, AT put Inta, surprise appearance,
one I must say that an Air dressed in ancient
Phone 179 HOOVER BROS. STUDIO Mall tamp adds that certain gladrags, topped Must
off wlthf a clay pipe and Vacate Building
something: to a letter. and now spoke not word
-- -- --- a during the entire
that they're only a nlckle I can'twe evening '. Naturally, every-
.
why practically all epistles one wart consumed with curiosity,
(shouldn't rate 'em Seems I'ma but .
none could
I"I little late hearing about it, but I until Mr. Hutto guess let the her cat identity out IN 10 DAYS
Pr.( J. E. Maines of Gainesville
of
the .
EXTRA GOOD BREAD! bag: r.
'as purchased the Clifton trow
,A. W; Rf.tra\'e. Starke's
vet
cottage on Klngsley] Just
1JIf railroad
eran engineer, is richer
I thought you'd like to know ,
by $5 thlg week, and a whole lot
I j A. W. Anderson Jr.. who Is In richer In his faith in human na


school his that final there in Brooklyn weeks are 12 at copies N the Y Linotype, reports of "A while ture tale ..he. Seems.was And on that thereby a 48 run years hangs between ago a j 3 pc. Maple] Living Room Suit 35.00t

Tree Grows In Brooklyn" la thebrltl"Y
Orlando and Wildwood he loaned '
there and only one of I I 'fireman $3 to -/1|
oath Moon Under" He also help tide him
opines: "Today I got a haircut over a two-week layoff because of I pc. Maple Living Room Suit 29.50
'oi> TJc because tomorrow thecttlt'mC'nt I,'Redgrave illness a, native-born In those days 1\1"1 -
Englishman
-
of the barber's strike j
,/ill whose first name Is AI, went
make the
price $1. And
they :by the nlckna.me'ot Hal to'him '
make 'em Just as in Starke given
good
: by his co-workers because of I Single MAPLE CHAIRS 7.506x9
for four .
bits. .
|.I Aside to A.'t' his -
HengUsh .haccent .
Last
:. A. Jr.: (they did before you 'month I
th* tlreman.
left, but they're 45c<<: on Call now himself a

rtreet i4 w) And by the way, retired engineer, aged 83, recalled
I have just received John. (Cooler) the debt and mailed payment from Congoleum] 2.65
California addressed Rugs
Anderson's new address M' 'Tl: to "Hal" - - -

I THERE'S NO LOST ACTION WITH FRESH Dn. 13, Fit 1313 3343: AAF-BU- Redgrave In care of the Seaboardat
YEAST Orlando The
!Jl 2301! SAL dispatch -
lI. NYC San Antonio
And Fleisdunann'a fresh Yeast goes right to work I 'J'toy".. service immediately swung
because it's Into action and located: Mr. Red- Cotton Mattresses 13.45
actively freeh. No waiting-no extra stepsFleischmann's Quite" a congenial gathering at grave at his residence here Full Size - -
fresh Yeast Gold Head Branch Sunday night com- .
helpe'give full
delicious bread! when about 30 of the younger pleted the Identification and .
flavor tender smooth texture perfect freshness. i marrieds and the yet un-marrleds made delivery of the long past -
due $5 last Thursday So far
v gathered around the glowing embers
IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, always ask for *.- for a bit of weiner roasting as Mr. Redgrave" Is concerned the

Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast with the Inspiration for the event was payment In sentimental value, is Sam Rosenberg

familiar yellow label. DependableAmerica's the visit here this week of, Emy .worth. many times.. the mere $:3

favorite for 70 e Mays Kelly of Madison Kmy -
over yean -. Is a one-time Blanding white col. (Aside to self) ( Hope .this" reminds -

tar girl and has oodles of friends a certain someone of that

here who always look forward to two bits I loaned her a coupleof
r .
i.dzJJI# fPPJ7 + her return visits Seemed months ago ...-. & SonrAGE

j like old times this week with So long See you In the

I three of the nee-Jackson slater I next ,
In town at the same time .
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ITS of LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Harley F. Strong ,I butchers astounded their customers Prices won't hold up long" ix ( COKHT. IMto\1)1"01.1I
had Meat I CIII VI'V. ." ..0111"t.tI"N-
I IMr as weekend guests Mrs. Prices Hold
Strong's mother lIrll.V M. by offering 7Sc hamburger All agreed that there will continue tKHV.Allnn' .

I The market managers Inter- ,' to be a bacon shortage, per William I Plaintiff vn O".f.

,i4 D.' Rogers and Mr. and Mri. T. J. Griffin were I White ter-in-law and Jir their and son Mrs and daugh'. I viewed this week differed but haps until after Christmas I 1I"'h.'lllla", *. Defendant. Can
Harley
of New 'n Jacksonville i li Fairly SteadyWith No. ells.
Cai"lyn.: ton I Tuesday. Strong Jr., all df Atlanta.I I: slightly In. predicting the dura- I Butter which was up to $1.03 OUDKU OF PUBLICATION!

each were attending. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Chafln and Come and bt fitted for your I tion of high prices. Nasworthy's. last week, ducked slightly under AND NOTICE TO APPHAK
swrke Saturday.of I daughter Gayle, have fall markets .., (..Mm
the FLORIDA
and
moved back winter SI'IRELLA health country's reacting butcher currentaverage STATR OF
W. H. Struth : said, "Should hold up for the stratosphere, with the
Mrs to their home near Adel, 3a. Mr. garment, ..o..b. girdle, and alIH variously to the 'removal two 'I."h.Vllllam.*, whose xlrtronn la l
three weeks He
or described
fad' to know that she Chafin was employed here by the > surgical M'ita. CorneUern-I I I price about DOc or $1 a % Mm'ho. Hoiim 1, lox 101, IakArthur. .
f of meat controls local the likely thus "When
:
here rbun' price consumers process .
Bto I her home Hercules Powder Co. Mrs. Frank Hoover pound. In this department Stal'keprices Ixuilnlnna.You
from St. Vin- I I were finding this the market gets flooded, and people are required to appear on
st week Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ingram and Miss Della Rosenberg spent the week i find they can get plenty of appeared about the sam November 11. 1'4', In the above*
Jacksonville and little ;weekend that prices; while high, were at named Court and cause, wherein
spital son have moved to with friends In Plant elsewhere.
their meat, they won't be ao anxiousto as plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
L great improvement. new home recently purchased! from City.Mr. any rate considerably lower than buy. That'll bring complications An improvement In the supply County Tel"srrnph hull publish
Matthews 'I thin Order In net four weekly -
S.
Mrs. E. Dr M. B. Hertong. and Mrs. the extremes In '
Ii I Suns C. F. Saylea were reported some affecting the wholesalersand of shortening waa noted by theclty's .ue.*. .
here -
their home Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly I weekend guests of Judge and Mrs. large cities. prices will go. down." and some be- witness my hand and official. near
grocerymen 9th ofOctober.
had apent at Starke Flotilla, thin day
t Matthews with her song were In Jacksonville Wednesday E, K. Perryman while en route 1 As to the supply it Wall evident A .A P's market man said "May lieved there will soon be 'Increasing 1945.OFFiCkAl. .

',? weeks Dr. and afternoon. I to their home in Miami after that all local groceries were able climb for two weeks or longer." amounts available. The soap A( HKAt."alit )Court.A. J. Thomas.

daughter in .Orlando, Mrs. 'W. J. Churchwell has been spending the summer at their to buy a greater abundance and According to Lovett's butcher|scarcity Is expected to continue John .T. llendemon, I poq., St. Anmitlne. *-

w. McLendon had been at- enjoying visit of several days place In North Carolina. variety of meat than had been "The tendency,1s to go down now.I' for' six months or more. Atty., Flu for Pit 10.11 It 11-1

Matthews\ Commission with relatives In Miami I I Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Oliver are available for months. There was

1 Railroad Florida. For wedding portraits see T. H.Onborne. spending this week in Fernandina.Mr. ample evidence that livestock was

in, south See ad on page 4. and Mrs. L. A. Rennolds flooding Into the nation's meat I

Mrs. W. H. Nollman H. H. Stroman of Jacksonvilleis I were among those from here attending centers. The butcher of the A&P Porcelain Kitchen CabinetsI
rom Ashvllle. N. C.. I funeral services for Fred store said "The amount of any Top
a this !I
guest week of Mr. and
1,0, spend the winter' ate Mrs. Donald McRae. A. Dodd in Ocala Sunday. 1 kind of veal, beef and pork IK ...
here. I I| I II I Mr. and Mrs O. L. double this week over ant.I Dar

j Mrs.. J, H. Hundley I I Among those from .Starke attending spent last week In Tampa Beasley as the by's: "Lamb, beef and pork in FLOUR BIN PLENTY OF

next week to become the Navy Day observanceIn guests of Mrs. good grades are plentiful." Can- $55.00
Beasley's parents,
LARGE DRAWER STORAGE SPACE
"old Green Cove Springs last Satur- :
their
L I residents of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. non's which specializes in "beat
N. C. .They day were Mrs. Bertha Pearce (I grades of native meats" reported
Draper
/? : Mr. and Mr. H. L Brownlee,
Mrs. W. J,
j In Florida more than Epperson Jr. and "We're getting all the pork and
Jr., and children Morris and Rose
spending most of the daughter Mary Sue Mr. and beef we want. 50 Percent'Goose Down

Pjtarke; and at the State Mrs. E. L. Matthews and daughters Mary, of New Orleans arrived I I Prices were by no means unIform Pillows 27.10
:!\ Wednesday for a visit with Mr. 50 Percent Duck Down pairAxminster
there Mr. Hundley has Mary Agnes and Mad e among/ five downtown stores.Lovett's .
Brownlee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .. .
Anne Miss I --
Irloyed for several years. Lucile Mitchell Mr. offered a wide range of
II. L.
Brownlee, Sr.
h operate a store and serEn and Mrs. Robert Myrlck and Mr. :from 33c for low grade native

in Draper 1 I and Mrs Fletcher Burnett of Mrs. Eunice Canova has returned steaks to 83c for choice western I All Wool Porcelain-Top

Middleton was the' Kingsley Lake. Navy craft carried from a week's visit in 1 cuts. The market manager ofDarby's Rugs -

E. ,'I civilians on conducted tours Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. L. said "Our current aver-
and daughterand .
her son Mrs E. I.. MlddleIjacksonvine of the fleet berthing area In the A. Canova. I age price, figured 'from the poor (Alexander Smith) TABLES
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for a few St. Johns River. Guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. to the best cut of steaks ia about

week. I Mrs. Mae Edwards returned( I Adams last week-end were Dr. I.B5c a pound, and around 70c to .. ._.

b I home Wednesday after spending Adams' mother Mrs. Carrie 80c for choice steaks. The price 9x12 .. ,", 13.49

the past two weeks In Daytona; Adams, and sister, Mrs. R. D. lis generally holding, and does not >.' :

L TABERNACLE. I Beach with her son and daughter- Hexse and children Carol and Ray seem to be on the Increase." mIL"IM Hardware

_Morning Worship 11 A. 'in-law Mr. and Mrs. Elbert of Jacksonville. I The high for steaks !In a few 50 50 .s..r '
3 P. M. Evening!: M.I) Stainless Odorless
School 'I Edwards While she was there Mrs. H. C. Brown and daughter northern cities have been quotedas .. 'i >

j:43: P M. Evangelistic Mr. Edwards had his appendix Marian, spent Saturday in upwards of 1.25: a pound. Rust Proof
I I
7:30 P. M.dy
oil Monday removed In the Halifax Hospital Gainesville with Mrs. Glen Duke I There appeared A fair supplyof Hum Proof
'
7:45 P. M.ft
:
Tuesday
where he Is employed. and daughters, Gail and Terry, lamb In most of the shops.
Bible Hour.Wednesday Nasworthy's price for chops was
Mrs. Bertha Pearce has us her Dea. I I Large .
i tallies Prayer Meeting :I held to 85c! which was !5c above
guest her sister-in-law Mrs. B. Mr. and Mrs T. K. McClane and I

3 P.7:45:M.' P.Evangelistic M. Inspl- Haines of Winter Haven. Mr. sons Tom and Don, spent Fridayin the former celling. The market Wood Ranges ; DoubleBedINNERSPRING
Friday manager expected no great increase i
Haines will Join his wife here Starke. I I '
Youth Meet, Saturday :
in the next few weeks. A
this weekend. Mrs. C. C. Stallworth of Bremen 109.50AllPorcelain
first I
Communion
every
I leg of lamb In most stores was
Mrs. C. A. Ga., arrived Monday to spend:
ornlng. Mrv and Mrs Knight returned to 59c to 60c, as compared the
cloy Sponsors. her home here Monday after beIng the winter with her daughter and I I
79c top asked for In Washington, MATTRESSES
son-in-law, the Ilev and Mm.
a patient in St. Vincent's D. C. 14i
they L. D. Haines with
Hospital Jacksonville, for
I I The average for pork In local
past two weeks. She Is Miss Madge Brownlee and Miss
rapidly 1 stores varied from !lOa to 60c, Reservoir 39.50 f
GT, THE improving from a serious illness. Joy Hard, of Chicago arrived in I I and the trend seemed downward. : .,

BARGAIN S.\LE-Wa" He, now Jacksonville by plane on Thurs t.IT'S
.
SPEED ; SURE Mont managers agreed that the
bet! Air :Mall rate have been relured -| day. Miss Brownlee and Miss(:I price of pork Is on the decrease. i JJ'e Buy and Sell Good Used Plain or,, Fancy J
\REUEFFORACDINDIGESTION to 5c Hard, classmates at Montreat College '7 ,
an ounce for everywhere I The highest price asked here for
Furniture
In the U.S.A., Canada, and* N. C., will be guests of MissBrownlee's Ticks

\ U. S. PowsfHtilons." Same rate for' parents Mr. and Mrs. I 60c.chops The last week nation's was high reported at the as .. .. r" .I" .... "r.. -

all servicemen's mall too. Now H. 1... Brownlee for the week-'I
same time, seen In Plttaburg, was I A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT .
you ran use air mall more oft..n.Mrs. 09c. .
Ernest Phillips la. spend- end.Mrs.. J.V.. Andrews and Mrs '
t I, The price for the different John' H. Denmark Furniture Co.
1 ing a month with relatives in I R. A. Weeks visited Mrs. Glen grades of hamburger varied a-
in Gainesville ; .
,
Miami.! Duke and daughters
I mong each of the stores, but is II PHONE
Mr. and Mrs. Worth Newbern I Tuesday !generally In the' vicinity of 33c 151 t .. STARKE- FLA.:
{ of Gainesville were guests Sunday I The Rev. L. D. Haines Mrs.T. .'
I : to 39c. In New York City, some 1 1 1Iul I
'
liter's' Stdr "Mrs. NewberrTa sister" Mrs. B. Harding. Mrs Clyde Priest I _-

'Drd W. A,., tem. *f + I Miss .}.{yrUe Thomas and Miss .uunuaww, lwpl.'AN'"n4WUwwV w i twm wlM IIAnAF nllll/IM,/ nl1 IeT M ,. 11fimro r ln i my b mA6naroMll, nMlln, Mai n ,n Mi.imANUronn1 .,mnmmismnomemMlunaalmllNnnnlalnarlantllMe, gvsu yUriNpanemme IRMn
Floried Killlngsworth have 're-

-- from week in
turned a spent
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Every. branch of Clinic.Miami For attending home portraits a Bible see Teaching T. II. 5 Shop for Xmas N043&!

Oxborne. See axl on page 4.

Mr. and Mrs. H L.. Brownlee,
INSURANCECONSTANT Mis., S. E. Brownlee and Mrs. J. st

E. Futch were In Gainesville Sun-
day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. }, STOCKS ARE COMPLETE
d
and Mrs. S. E. Brownlee -
'! LIABILITY, Drownlee were guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. a' SELECT YOUR GIFT -ON OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN -
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SERVICEQVER : A. Canova and Judge and Mrs.A. .
50 YEARS THEFT V. Long and Mrs. Futch visit- 44 A SMALL DEPOSIT 'WILL' SECURE YOUR GIFT

ed Mrs. T. R. Sweat. e .

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin spent


C. WALL AGENCY FIRE: Tuesday Dr. and Mrs.In Jacksonville C. C. Mendoza.visiting : \ Watches :.: Elgin, Hamilton. Bulova, Waltham, and i

Thursday 4
Mrs Orle Wiggins spent "' .,
Very Fine Swiss. :
in Jacksonville with her sister _l 1

LIFE Mrs. John Moyer.
Please Phone 146. Ann Linda and Randy Johns '

were guests of their grandmother, : : fit Dia mendsWHILE

Mm. J. H. Ritch at Klngsley wI liii The finest, stones that she will"cherish ,1

Lake on Saturday.Mrs. ,

O. J. Griffin left Sundayfor forever. ..

ASSIFIEDFARM. a week's visit with Major and 'ot / i'

Mrs. O. W. Griffin In St. Augus-
I I tine. Gifts 1'1'

FARM. CITY ANDS PKAXL'T\\'rot H.HAY C -Ilarrln 125 ,ton.Rt ".1...llv..r.d.lft"n' | UAKGAI.V sALE!:: {Vas 80, now 0 For every occasion Pen Sets 'Costume ,

PROPERTY Ua.'O.. 3 "tp:: Set! Air Mull rate have been reduced -

to 5e an ounce for ever). c Jewelry Bracelets. : !
pine andtIRiffht ( ) Compacts ..
SAL&-Oak. ,
WOOD FOR.. + l....onni.d wh.ro In the I'.S.A.. Canada, and t y I .\
liennlfel'etrtarkr' PlaAVON .. Mime rate for %
I M. l o Ne .lun"l Lighters Dresser Sets
Musical
Boxes
..
L 10.25 Sip .\
tROUT EIcSTh:: all e.rIprmrn'it, mall, too. Now ,

oat advertlser .f ee.ar"nertl. PKODCCTS.: Inc. will train r: you can use air mall more often. |I II \ \ Pendants Sheffield Silver
I../ II.. made .... women to earn II and nu.r.I..M"'' 'I Among the Jacksonville shop- Trays, etc. '. :,1

na.,of r. Ilnmes.-.e'.rlns-from all ever tae hoirt!' representing build our tu tora pr"du"I'"r lint pen Tuesday was Mrs. Carrie ) /
.Br.. HltlBK. for,Start Cfirietm55 now to women none m,' Ritcli. 4 ," ,ohy Pearls. Watch Bands In fact we i .
x'
OCT REALTY AGENCY played nerd not apply DlerrlrtManager. Wrll, I 1M..*.. N. T. Ritch and daughter kp '

*..nt.,1 Locally By110LLJNGS'ORTH giving .qunlifiratinne.1 174 'h.Un' IIh.: Jacksonville I Elizabeth Diane returned Wed-1 a jd.r< *: 4 have an amazing array of gifts, too numerous ,.

Fin.SIAHK. I.I nesdiiy from a week's visit in

'16 *o. Ualnut St.. FOR 1'1..FJ, :_ _I".Iro..m house, SWcoo. Lake Butler with their aunt Mrs. i ; to mention They must be seen,

N. Hay NI.. Stark". Fx.'.II" nteonditinn Hate Johns.
sCa t necupied by own"r un: Mrs. L. A. RennoIiM and Mrs. to be
'urQltu.a> all kinds r no- recently.' Attrardvse: ; cmlvrn I M.A appreciated .
upholitcrcd and ill writeRLtr in Ocala last week. '
Intoo-m..Uon B. Johns were
-II Drop u. a card. lent 1t. For ....... 11..ln..... '
f08 MATTRESS" co- Fosatkt C. J .[,,'vlln. I tAli C.vl' It Mrs. I. P. Shepherd was called
Fla. Lf viII... or tel. U3 J. I to Tampa this week by the death ,

pines of her brother W. C.
K MI-I.K at my | Tuesday
'L writ all lines fire, and around J
; In fine had been 111 In a
Bray who
I'1"'" liability: and ll(.. a little pines rhun.--.I." Jone
I:I' ur insurance ne..d" t..t. llw".r Urahuiti, Itp Jacksonville hospital for the past '
*; ;
p>lnwrl.ht, Jr.. 131 EaSt A. J. JU-Klnney weeks.lneral services for J1 < :.f
n Ptione 164. tf I six I r f ;
bath a .
roll flA I. -rnom h-nee.hack eon Mr. Jones were held Thursday. u4I .' Vh I
B. lu.room furnished"l sereened front in'l h II qe r y .ft .
1 Ire. land pecan and porch h"w"I-Iu& 328.I"r) 11110,1.: 'HOII.-V., lip ;l Stapling machine, "Scotch" tape. + I- i T% e '. i
.''i Ihrubhery: :3 bath ('ardrn, : all tjpc account .
1 k west fie courttolley paper punches ----.. '
tarpaulin
q Box :365 FOIL 8ALB-one lioJII.d 'ovlll IIfIsnp.Jt book ring' binder I n il many -' .,, "I! ". *
M. #
Feed & .:
lip Hlatrunk at the Bradford | .
(Item
other .
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'R.thk: FOR RUNT-:siI t'oITAP1.F: ..!I.ctrlc machine County Telegraph. II | t" .red". 'r.
'''Kr 'hell bucket with roll...,,iIlda. Hal/y ... ---- .
I'M .P, 'oom; xcavatlnv. I .arrlag", fI..rf."t., collap.IIoI.. ,. $s.Slam". I IN flitrfir <'OI'RT. "ftti>,.pntti I .
-14MI' sea a.dlnR utruct- keto very sex". "rllln.d' lure. I .:01 'T'' FI.OIIIIJ\I I .''' '' MAKE r OUR STORE HEADQUARTERS FOR XMAS GIFTS IN JEWELRY
1 ton: l64A ..... "
overcoat .
l *". 'Jlwct. DL w. Poole new, co..1 9')0. .ell f.., $25 tt'ooda J.I' I' rt/rfru'to ... Penn Plaintiff ...
r. 44S Case No.
'ove it Defendant
Sprlnast Re' cooksr large John C Penn I
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sure lip
It
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rn" ItT' reters.rn'hairy.
4S84.rr1
Ird house.
1117.ORDER
PI'FtLt.tTlLYAx
OP
"' Hampton ,Laic .1"r.'y mw and f) NOTK'B. TO APPEAR
I N. D.Valn- FOR 1iO.\IP.-l1h'k t'"" milks 341 ..shper I STATE! .e riX TMDA sod: address" I .Harley F.
calf Strong
: E. heifer H. Pu'nn residence
__: ,__ Call $t. tf dav.' 'I OtnI'. h..thA.11.1511' 153. wi.II Hillside Av.nuo. Jamaica.

tore and _ddl.. Perry Hamill"u L I.. New Vork .
lr
of 'Wa.hln.ton'onway. buy You are required to appear on
,, will
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1 bra .
nEST In the "
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Airpark I'HFFFR: """ .r "n' November
turn' wh.r.lnplaintiff
" f".nlah..dT.house K :\1. "Ian., 1 l' ofF' ..k. dlvorc.. Fradfordcounty The Pined Jewelry Store
r S-rclce
TT". shall publish this
l..n.l..n .raph
ALE F.
Th cho"lwill "
14.
Hoa (151u s
I it TI Wder.'.." Place b. sold bid l *or. pbonr I'M )1. Or".>r in next my tour hsnA weekly;+nit. official Issues.w'Itnele 137 W. Call St. In Slarke Phone 153L

,'' at Th.r...... b.11.1 .- seal I at $H'nrk FlorMa. iala. tietol.r -

-- Zip LOST-On* J...'-"Y ,and tw t. 1544OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. "
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:'HIIED calv-.. ''I' Iseahlte. ( .. f acid, Court.
..b.. UtllltUi t-room t..nlah-apart- rcpt heifer our pall wh I ? VanJ- T.A* rrank fl rk >l-ndrum. t>tar".. FlAtty. .. --= ... -, .- .... t t :i'. : r.--:: .;;.=-_._ --:::+..-+ ::: Ii jjj-, ''' =';:--ioi
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BRADFORD COVNTT STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY
FOUR TELEGRAPH. NOVEfli.RSOCIETYand : '
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I Baptists TEL Class Young Folks Enjoy Stanobury as chairman- to send I -: -..;

CLUBS members
to
I flowers and cards
Has Social EventThe Hallowe'en Party who may be ill. Mrs. Thorn- I Cannibal Plant in the United $tate
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quest and Mrs. Brownlee will !
I
T.E.L. Sunday School Class I Judy Green and Ennls Paul serve with her.
Officials I Miss
HonoredAt
High Kelly of the Baptist Church met Mon I were hostesses at a delightful Hal Mrs. H. L. Brownlee invited the _
Of State afternoon at the home of lowe'en Wednesday at;I
Masonry Lovely Party day party night Union to meet at her home In
Mrs. Alma Hough. the horns of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. '
Honored HereApproximately November, and the meeting was
Tuesday EveningMiss
During a short business meeting Green on North Walnut Street I closed with prayer fcy Mrs Stans
led by Mrs. W. J. Epperson The young folks were entertained -
,70 Masons from Kmy Mays Kelly, houseguest bury.
cities! In Florida and other states of Mr. and Mra. Guy Sale Si'., Vice-President, plans were on the lawn which was color-
of the Tenth Masonic made for future class activities, fully decorated with lighted Jack-
honored
were guests wan Tuesday evening by White Home Scene
I and the treasurer reported $373: O-Lanterns ,candles, and other
District at the USO building Mon Mrs. Karl Johnson and Mrs. Sale
with a bridge party. The hor-.) given by the class for the Church tiaditlonal emblems of the sea Of Family DinnerMr.

day.The affair honored the presence ''ot Mrs. W. B. Mundy, scene of building fund during the past son.The
fortune-telling booth was in and Mrs. O. W. White en-
year.
of the :Most Worshipful Grand the affair, was charmingly dec
Mpater Frank A. Brown of orated in the seasonal motif with G ames and contests of the social charge of Miss Louise Snyder tertained at a family dinner par

Miami. Other Grand Lodge of- orange candles flowers In autumn hour were very amusing. Mrs. and Miss Sara Barefoot( dressed ty Sunday at one o'clock in honor

fleers attending were Warren S., colors black cats and pumpkinsand I' Leila Weeks was high in the Hal- as a ghost, entertained the young of their son, Olin W. White Jr., I

Taylor, of Gainesville Past GrandMaster a witch's cauldron In the lowe'en word contest, and fortunes guests with hair-raising stories. who Is at home on terminal leave

: William R. Minor of I fireplace. were causrht bv each one Apple bobbing and other games i after 20 months In the army. I- :; E.

Jacksonville, Grand Service Stew- After three progressions of fishing in a spooky Fisherman's were enjoyed. A "tour through J:While In Japan Pfc White" was one Th
Jacksonville bottle of Paradise. the jungles", with Mrs. Green as of General MacArthur's body
ard: John H. Raleigh, bridge a toilet water was -j -
Grand Standard Bearer; Andrew presented to Miss Kelly: for high Mrs. Hough assisted by three guide provided much merriment guards. ,.I '
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H. Cruzc of Jacksonville, score a .box of bath power to goblins (Shi Ann Smith, Leila I with; ghosts appearing Jiere and I The dinner menu consisted of -

Grand Tyler.V. Miss Evelyn Stump for second, Noegel and Butch Noegel) served 1 there. A ride to the cemetery also turkey with all the trimmings.In THIS remarkable photo shows one of the strangest botanical 2

S. St. John Deputy GrandMaster and to Mrs. Arthur Holliday a pineapple juice and wafers to the I created much fun, with ghosts the afternoon pictures were meat-eating- plant which catches insects by snapping! .pe c;,

of the district, pronounced !ar of creme sachet for consola- members present: Mrs. Lennon, appearing at the gates. taken of the family party; also upon them! Called the Venus flytrap the plant lures insect by itl. '

the event one of the most suecesiu'ul Mrs. Webb Mrs. T. J. Alderman, Prizes were awarded to Mrs. of the ,four generations: Mrs. J. nectar according to the August Science Illustrated and then In 5
tion.For leaves shut In quarter-second when the
e
in the history of local their gift to the honor guest Mrs. Leila Weeks. Mra. G. A. An- L. S. Hutto an unexpected guest W. White, O. W. White Mrs. C. hair edges. Note leaf on flRht/ which is fly shut touches The the delicate *12
Manons. A varied was the hostesses chose and derson, Mrs. W. :J. Epperson $r. who aroused much curiosity by fly w
program lingerie W Savage and little daughter, digested!: !In about ten days. The plant is not found In Africa
presented by committeemen T. B. i for Mrs. Frederkk Bishop of Hoi-! :1. E. Futch, Miss Marr. Mrs. her mysterious appearance, for Yvonne. the Carolina _b

Harding, George Kopelousos, J. 'lie, Long,Island, house guest of I, Moore and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. the cleverest costume: to Dolores

D. Odom, N. N. Prevatt and C. sir! and Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Ann Hancock for the prettiest Laurel, Delaware. au. ut.U.ORDER OP
E. Hernwall. P. M. Barefoot creme sachet. Mr. and Mrs. Flynn costume and to Lois Paul for the Intermediate Group You are required to appear on AND NOTICE PI'RLII'Alr TO .\ *,
tackiest costume. November 18, 1946, In the above RTATE fliP 'J.OHIT>,r.
Entertained
served Master of Ceremonies.
as Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Sale Tuesday named Court and cause, wherein BraHMell, whose ronld
Hosts DinnerYellow 'J! i
at Mrs. A. F. Sauls and Mrs. divorce. Bradford 'I.
Florida cities and towns represented served a tempting salad course to plaintiff peeks known.

at the occasion included the guests: Miss Delia Rosenberg, candles bronze and yej- Ursula..Barnes served as judges.r The Intermediate Fellowship Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish tamies.Wltnens this. November You are it required. 1946, u'in, ,.ipne,'.

Jacksonville, Gainesville, Callahan, Mrs. Fred Guy, Mrs. Jack Scan- Archie Green won the prize In the Group was entertained Tuesday! my hand and official named Court ,,. *
low and 'place
Waldo Ian Mrs. chrysanthemums cracker-eating contest.Refreshments evening by Jimmy Rowe, the October neat nt "Htarke, Florida this October plaintiff 'eeks .llvor"% H,
Junius Smith
Hawthorne Mlcanopy Mrs. J. R. cards decorated with black cats I 17, 1945.OlrFlCiAb County Telegraph shall ,
Raiford, Lake Butler and Brooker, Wainwright Mra. Arthur Holli- formed Hallowe'en- atmosphere were served on program chairman and his I ( SEAL) A. J, Thomas Order In next four \% 'pull okh ,

Mr. St. John reported that there day Mrs. Morgan Darby, Mrs. for the dinner a party given by Mr. the lawn and favors were bagsof mother Mrs. Robert Green. The T.An Frank Clerk of I.andrum ARid Court., Starktt. Fla. at Witness Starke my Florida hand, thltn and ,ff,, |'.,,,
.1 I
were out-of-state visitors from Hallle Jones Mra. Frederick and Mra. Gco. B. Flynn at their Hallowe'en candy. monthly social was held In the Atty. for Pit. 10-18.4t 11-8 1946

Pennsylvania Kentucky, Georgia Cishop Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Mrs. home Wednesdayknight.. I About 45: children enjoyed this Methodist: Recreation building. IV riHCflT rOI'HT.- BRADFORD AH(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL Raid Court) .\. j TH

Virginia, Went Virginia and J. R. Kldd Miss Lucille Mitchell, gala event.WCTU. Catherine Judd, Kaspar Duncan COI'NTY. FLORIUAI IV: CHANCERY. By Lucille C. Conner n "
Guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Flynnfor
ArtcansaR. Mra. MeriMl and Weldon whose Zaoh H Douglas, Box H': r;
Struth. Mrs. Billy ,
Cha.'leaDarby. birthdays
I the occasion were Mr. and I I Gussle' ritckernon Brannelt. Plaintiff" vllle, Fla.
Miss Frances are in October received Defendant. Case Atty. for Pit. ,,
Peek, Mrs. Mrs. C. A. Darby, Mr. and Mrs. Installs appropriate vs. John UraMHBll in. 1
AnnouncementCircle James Lewis cards and from their
WSCS Mrs. Glen Wood. gifts
Harry Houston, Dr. and Mrs. H. New Officers
Mra. William Powell,'Miss Evelyn H. Adams, Miss Frances Peek Counselor, Miss Carol White. The Have You Yet Seen
One of the Methodist Stump Miss Lillian

Stump, Mrs. and Roy Ward. The October meeting of the grout>> sang "Happy Birthday" to
WSCS, Mrs. A. W. Anderson Eldrldxe Smith, Mrs. Tom Grady, Billy Weldon and enjoyed many
chairman, wUl meet Monday afternoon Mrs. W. H. Graham, Miss Madge W.C.T.U. was held last Friday at fellowship games. The Great Painting

Nov. 4, at 3:30: o'clock, Whigham and Mrs.. E. L. Mat- UDC to Meet" the home of Mrs. W N. Johnson
at the home of Mrs. E. K. Perry-. thews. president. Officers were installed Mrs. Green: served homemade "The FEAST of BELSHAZZAR"On
man on W. Madison St. The W T. Weeks Chapter UDC by Mrs. O. E. Stansbury, retiring Ice cream and cup cakes to the

Circle Two Mra. A. Z. Adklns will meet Wednesday Nov. 6, at president, In a ,brief ceremony.A young people.Surprise .
Club for The
chairman, will meet at the home Jr. to MeetThe 3:30 p. m., at the'home of Mrs. report from the State Convention Display Public

of Mrs. Morgan Rlcharde, at the November meeting of the G. W., Roberts in Lawtey. Host- ova read and a yearly report -,, Party For
State Farm. HoHtesaes Mrs. eases: Mra. Roberts, Mrs. L. H. of the local Union was sub At The
: Junior Woman's Club will be held Peggy Ann
Hill MM. Effie Miner and Mrs. mitted. A flower committee was WigginsMrs.
Rlcharde and Mrs. J.' M. Hem
Thursday evening, Nov.,.?, at ,
Hal Edwards. named Mrs. Johnson with Mrs.
by GOSPEL TABERNACLEWe
bree. 7:30: o'clock ,ln, the club building.All One Wiggins entertained

members"are urged to be present members of the younger set at

as a buffet supper will be her home on Tuesday'night with a

served and directly afterwardsthe surprise party for her daughter,

members will prepare Tuberculoain 4kAhLtLtP Peggy Ann, celebrating Peggy ( Re-fare IYOUR

.Christmas Seals for mail- & I Ann's fifteenth birthday anniver WAGON
Ing. sary. 4 Re-paint BICYCLE

Hostesses' for this meeting are 1 I Supper was served, an arrangement V Re I TRICYCLE
pair
.
Mlaa Lillian : of fall V
flowers STROLLER
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Stump and Miss Well, well Looks as If a Hilda Forehand (Albany, Ga.) arrived -I forming the
Helen Jones. centerpiece of the table. Re-model
BABY CARRIAGE
The
few of the spooks just couldn'twait Tuesday and Myrtice Lewis ,
girls presented an array of charmIng -
until Hallowe'en and jumpedthe arrived Wednesday for a brief
4.-c'I een Topics' gun by going up and down visit with Myrwln Long I i gifts to the honoree and enjoyed GIVE USA JI'RIAL--t

Call Street windows Wed and HUda leave j an evening of games and
soaping Myrtice today for
HOWDY FOLKS' : A' playboy Friday night's teen-age partyat nesday night What with the Baconton, Ca. to see their mother music after supper, Biggs" & BaketBkde' l Store

may not .care to. teach lie1 an old the US9., Hl4ingwp.a.ohjp-|! \! | present shortagLe lts..aad enoughto i. I Friends of Peggy Ann present .
.trlch l
Jog-new. >nt sure roned by Mrs. Ceo. flynn. Mrs. waste mama's precious I were ..Janet, Anderson, ,,Jo Ann "
like to teach them to a soap,| .Hpottrd an'Jotted: Carleen 125 West Call St. S ark Fla.
chicken. young Mary Lee HanQock and Mrs. T. H. even on the right day-much less JLandrum and Nettle Tucker rushIng Dlnklns Ona ,Demurest--_ Alice r S
Osborne. .Games and dancing were Helton, Betty Ann Flynn, Minnie
a whole day earlier than any j I to the Gainesville dog hospital
Teacher "Kvt>ry living",: creature enjoyed though the group was respectable spook Would dare show ,Wednesday with Brownie, the ,[ Lou Hazen Jeanette Priest and "

In here for a useful pur- small due to a misunderstanding his face 'Oh well guess I Landrum family pooch, who was I Frankie Morgan. I BUY: PECANAny !

pose. Now what <1<> we learn as to date., This Friday night shouldn't complain about ''a little'slated for a Caesarian .. .At IIYMX
1 WRITTEN
from the mosquito promises a more varied programand window soaping, for a few old T last report.both mother and litter ON

Willie: "We learn how easy It an Increased attendance. timers still remember and like I were doing fine ., Wilma MILK HOUSE WALL

In to get .(ung." to talk about the good old days and T. K. McClane still house I The first verse of "Jesus, Lover Variety --- Any Amount
when the of My Soul" was written
young-men-about-town I hunting up one street and down about
But wo ran guarantee that you thought nothing of celebratingHallowe'en the other .. With .half the 1800 by Charles Wesley on the
"
won't get stung when. you drive If, an event by rolling the tire town helping them' search surely I wall of a milk house belonging to Guaranteed
In hen Our aim I* to pro the farm of Mr.
truck and
down Into Alligator creek, will turn Mrs. Benjamin
something before
vhle the brat 'gas, oil, and is worth havingit or herding livestock into the uj.I too Harmon in North Ireland.
up- long But it can't be too soon Prices Paid
lubrication
Highest
pimnlnlc.' And we I per story of the chool, building to suit the McClanes". ., Frederick -I The verse was later copied by
.take. pride In our free service is worth Guess I'i better hush though, I an' Ruth Bishop of Hollla. Wesley fromthis temporary
like
windshield wiping andbattery before I start putting Ideas in Impressionable L. I. '(guests of the E. L. Mat blackboard. SEE. ME BEFORE YOU SELL -
rheck. Drive In and
try UN. remembering young heads! 'I thews' family)' ''making natives 1 IV CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORI1cKKirTYf '

.... Postmaster Fred Stump Is certainly -; shudder by taking a dip in Kings- : FLORIDA IN 'HAN '

with pictures going all-out In promoting: ley Wednesday afternoon OranviII Lee Erasure, PAUL RAYMOND
.GULF OIL PRODUCTS the popular new :So air mall stamp I They're used to much colder V.. Llda Jane Erasure, Detentlant.PlaIntiff,
Washing .1 I. Have seen the Ca.. No. 6134. .
Polishing you water however and
"bllnklng"l thought I ORDER OF PUBLICATION 425 EAST SOUTH STREET
e poster In the
Greasing post Kingsley at this season quite AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
I other Air Mall decorations? ''I balmy Hear Mrs..I. S. Hutto Llda STATE Jane OF FLORIDA to: Mrfl. STARKE -:- FLORIDA

Temple & Lake T., H. OsborneWRITE Fred says his friends have been stole the show at the Hallowe'en and address Brasure la: whose 808 .th residence Street

worrying him about a stamp bar- party at Lloyd an' Inez Green's

BOX 423 gain ever since he took office and house Wednesday night She IMHMMlBIBBBBIBBIBBBSJSBIIIBBBBBBBBBBRBaBBliilBBBBS'111Must
Service Station now at last he's able to offer 'em put inta surprise
OK CALL AT appearance,
one I must say that an AirMail dressed in ancient
gladrags,
topped
Phone 179 IIOOVEK BROS. STUDIO
stamp adds that certain off with f" clay pipe and Vacate Building

-,... something to a letter, and now' spoke not a word during' the entire

that they're only a nlckle I can't evening Naturally, everyone
IPO why practically all epistles I wa_ consumed\ with curiosity,
shouldn't rate 'em Seems I'ma ,
but none' could her '
guess Identity
I little late hearing about It, but until Mr, Hutto let the cat out IN 10 DAYS

EXTRA Dr.. J. E. Malnes of Gainesville of the bag-. ...

GOOD BREAD) !.as purchased the Clifton row. A. \Vi Redgrave, Starke's veteran
.cottage: on Kingsley Just
Ir | thought you'd like to know railroad engineer' Is richer --
II by $5 this week and a whole lot
| A. \Anderson Jr.. who is In
richer in his faith'In human


;r ) school hit that final there In weeks Brooklyn are 12 at, copies N.the Y.Linotype reports of "A while tale ..he. Seems.was And on that thereby a 48 run years hangs between ago nature a-, I 3 pc. Maple Living Room Suit -.35.00


Tree Growl In Brooklyn" In the I:
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: Orlando and Wildwood. he loaned I
'brary there and only one of
outh !Moon! Under" He also 'fireman $5 to help tide him I:
over a two-week layoff because of 2 !
opine'or* ?5c: "Today because I got tomorrow a haircut thcttlement Illness In those days Mr. I' pc. Maple Living Room Suit 29.50

Redgrave a native-born Englishman -
of the barber's strike I
'
whose first name Is Al, went, -
/ill make the price $1. And they by the nickname'of Hal; to'''
make 'em just as good In Starke I given
Single MAPLE
j for four bits." Aid to A.'V'l. him his by his co-worker because of''I i CHAIRS7.50
Henglish.haccent, Last
A. Jr.: (they did before you I
month the fireman now himself
left but they're 75c: on Call I a
"treet n
I have just received John Cooler) California the debt and addressed mailed payment from 6x9 Congoleum Rugs 2.65
to "Hal" - - -
Anderson's new address 'TU:
Redgrave in care of the
r THERE'S NO LOST ACTION WITH FRESH Bn. 13. Fit' 1313: 3343 AAF-BU-. Seaboardat
YEASTI Orlando The
SAL. dispatch
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:Ua. 230!/*. MTC. San Antonio,
And Fleisdimann's fnsh: Yeast goes right to work I TRq( service immediately swung
Cotton
I because it's actively Cre h. No waiting-no extra steps- Quite<< a congenial gathering at I grave Into action at his and residence located here Mr completed Red- Mattresses, Full Size 13.45
Gold Head Branch Sunday night L ,
Fleiachmann'a .
fresh Yeast
help give full delicious bread when about 30 of the younger the Identification and -
flavor tender smooth texture made delivery of the long past -
-perfect freshness. marrleds and the yet unmarrledigathered
; due $!i last Thursday So far
1/I .. ,. around the glowing em
IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, always ak for bers for a bit of weiner rousting as Mr. Redgrave" Is concerned. the Sam
payment In I
sentimental
value Is
Flelschmann'r active fresh Yeast with tha Inspiration for the event was' worth Rosenberg
times' the
.
many mere $3
familiar yellow label. Dependablesi4sij the visit here this week of, Emy *.
Mays Kelly of Madison Emy
America's favorite for over 70 yean: Is a one-time Blanding white collar (Aside to .*.11): Hope ,this' reminds

-.--. girl and has oodles of friends a certain someone of that

here who always look forward to two bits I loaned her a coupleof

ii11lJlrk.. rPJ'I yM4 her return visits S emed I month. ago ,,.. & SonrAGE

like old time. this week with So long See you In the
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I three of the nee-Jackson sisters,1 Inext.

|In town at the same time .I I I -Carolyn. -

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of LOCAL NEWs Mr. and Mrs. Harley P. Strong'r 0I butchers astounded their ''I'll VVV .-
BITS customers Prices won't hold up long rnuiirotrt. 'Cll'"T ettuFonn
had aa weekend guests Mrs.Strong's .Meat Prices Hold 73c: El.Onnlt. lV t'ul ,,,. 'i
by offering hamburger All agreed that there will continue I
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I mot.her.Irs.. W M. I < KIIV.: i
I, White and their son and daugh- The market managers inter : to be a bacon shortage, pcrhnpa Allan wminmH, riulnilff v* 0.1..". 'f''
ed> \tr i 1 D! Rogers and 1 I Mr. and Mrs T. J. Griffin weren I ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Harley F. viewed this week differed but until after Christmas. M.M.IIP \\llllam., l>fff>ndant. Case :J
NewBeach Fairly Steady
of Jacksonville I' ,
I
'lyn. Tuesday. No Ills
Car to'i'' Strong Jr., all df Atlanta. j slightly In predicting the duration Butter, which was up to $1.03 ,
attending :
were Mr. and Mr M. A. OIU KII OF PlTIlI.ICATtOS! :
Saturday 'I Chafin and Come and bo fitted for jour of high prices. Na. worthy' last w.-("'k. ducked slightly under AND NOTiriB TO APPKAU ;'
In Starke 1 daughter. Gayle, have moved back full and winter SI'IRELLbeoaJth[ With the country's markets reacting ',, .. .
W, H. Struth to their home butcher said "Should hold up for the stratosphere' with the current KTATM OF FUOP.IDA tkl.ss ..
, iMrs. near Adel, Ga. Mr. garment, corsets girdle, and alga -. variously to the 'removal two or three weeka." He described Mtfrhe William*, whose address In I
fid to know thats e Chafln was employed here surgical belts, average price about DOc or $1 a
go by the CorHrtlero.' 'of meat price controls, local con- the likely process thus: "When % Miu-ht. Houle I I. lion 101. lake p
her home Hercules Powder Co. Mrs Frank' Hoover pOll 011. In this department, Starke Arthur, IjmtnloniiYou \,
lit week from St. VlnL I' Burners were finding this week the market gets flooded, and peopie are required to appear' na
t Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ingram and Miss Della Rosenberg spent the find they can get plenty ofml'at. prices appeared about the sameas November- II, 1940. In the abovenamed t 'I\
SMpltal. little son have moved to their weekend with friends In Plant that prices; while high, were at elsewhere. Court and cause, wherein
they won't be anxiousto
Improvement.. I so
plaintiff Keek divorce. Kradfordfountv
great new home City. rate considerably lower than
recently purchased from j any '
buy. That'll Telegraph shall publish
Matthew I bring complications An Improvement In the supply
Yd Mrs E. S. I Dr. M B. He ong. :Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Sayles were the extremes reported In some': affecting the wholesalers .thin order In neat four weekly ls'h l
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home here, Sung 1 of shortening was noted by thecity's ue ,
10 their Mr. and Mrs. W. M: Wimberly weekend guests of Judge and Mrs. large cities. and prices will go. down." Wltneea my hand and official sear i'''
Matthews had pent were In Jacksonville Wednesday B. K. Perryman while en route As to the supply, it was evident' A & grocerymen, and some believed nt Hlarke, Florida this Oth day ofOrlohrr I''
P's market
. weeks with her eon : man said "May I there will soon be Increasing 11I411.UFJo'It.'IAL ( .
two Dr. and afternoon.Mra. to their home In Miami, after that all local groceries were able climb for two weeks or longer." amounts available. The ( HEAL: ) A..I. Thomas, ,

, ?& daughter; In Orlando, W. J. Churchwell has been spending the summer at their to buy a greater abundance andvariety According to Lovett's butcher 1/'/scarcity Is expected to continue soap John An Clerk.1. HonderHon.of said Court.Km lit' ".....- :
]I. ]jtcLendon place In North Carolina of meat than had been "The tin. Fin
& had teen at- enjoying visit of several days I tendency, to go down now.'for six months! or more. ,
10.11 lt-1
for Plf. 4t
)"' Matthews Commission with relatives In Miami. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Oliver are available for months. There was Atty I

* Railroad Florida. For wedding portrait are T. H. spending this week in Fernandina.Mr. ample evidence that livestock was
m South Onborne. See ad on page i. : and Mrs. L. A. Rennolds j'flooding !Into the nation's meat

,nd Mrs. W. H. Nollman H. H. I were among those from here at- centers. The butcher of the A&P
Stroman of Porcelain
N. C. Jacksonville I Kitchen Cabinets
,
,
from Ashvllle Is a guest this week of Mr. and I tending funeral services for FredA store said< "The amount of any Top '

to spend the winter at i Mrs. Donald McRae. II' Dodd In Ocala Sunday. | kind of veal, beef and pork is .
here. I Mr. double this week over last." Darby's -
)yne and Mrs O. L. Beanley
M4 MM J. H. Hundley j Among those from 'Starke at- spent last week in Tampa as the : "Lamb, beef and pork In FLOUR BIN PLENTY OF '

:Ire next week to becoment In tending Green the Cove Navy Day observance guests of Mrs. Beasley's parents, good grades are plentiful." Can- LARGE DRAWER $55.0 0 :
last STORAGE
residents of their "old Springs Satur- Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. non's, which specializes In "beat SPACE
N. C. They day were Mrs Bertha Pearce, 1 grades of native meats" reported
trJDraper.\ i Mr. and Mrs H. L. Brownlee, ,
In Florida more than Mrs. W. J, Epperson J.'. and "We're getting all the pork and
bed Jr.. and children, Morris and Rose
spending most of the daughter, Mary Sue, :Mr. and beef we want." 50 Percent"Goose Down ;
?* Mary, of New Orleans arrived
Starke and at the State Mrs. E. L. Matthews and daugh- | Prices were by no means uni- Pillows 27 10.
J Wednesday for a visit with Mr.
Mr. Hundley has ters, Mary Agnes and Mad e form among five downtown stores. 50 Percent Duck Down
then I, Brownlee's parents Mr. and Mrs. .. .
Anne Miss Luclle -
ployed for several years. Mitchell Mr. Love it's offered a wide range of
operate a store and ser- and Mrs. Robert My rick, and Mr. H. L. Brownlee Sr. i from 35c for low grade native

, tlon In Draper ; I and :Mrs Fletcher Burnett of I Mrs. Eunice Canova has returned steaks to 83c for choice western Axminster Rugs All Wool PorcelainTopAlexander
Middleton was the from a week's visit In cuts. The market manager of -
W. E. I-
Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. L.
"Our current
i Darby's said average -
and daughter-ln-
tf Her and son Mrs. E. L. Middles of the fleet berthing area In the A. Canova. ,' price, figured 'from the poor ( Smith) TABLES
)W Jacksonville for a few St. .Johns River. Guests of'Dr. and Mrs. H. H. to the best cut of steaks. U about

week. Mrs. Mae Edwards returned I Adams last week-end were Dr. .| 551' a pound, and around 70c to

ij I home Wednesday after spending I Adams' mother, Mrs. Carrie Soc for choice steaks. The price 9x12 r'5 13.49

the pant two weeks In Daytona;; Adams, and sister, Mrs. R. D. 1'Is generally holding, and does not

|rCL TABERNACLE, Beach with her son and daughter- I Hesse and children Carol and Ray, seem to be on the Increase." fJn.'IH: Hardware

Morning Worship 11 A. in-law Mr. and Mrs. Elbert M. I of Jacksonville. I The high for steaks in a few 50 50
3 P M. Evening a Stainlens Odorless
School y ,Edwards. While she was there, I Mrs. H. C. Brown and daughter northern cities have been quotedas !

1.43: P. M. Evangelistic Mr. Edwards had his appendix Marian, spent Saturday In upwards of $1.25 a pound. Runt! Proof

,Doll,! Monday 7:30 P. M. I removed In the Halifax Hospital Gainesville with Mrs. Glen Duke I There appeared A fair supplyof I Hum Proof

udy.. Tuesday 7:45: P. M. where he Is employed. and daughters Gall and Terry lamb in most of the shops. I

i Bible Hour,.Wednesday j Na.worthy'll price for chops was I Large
Mrs. Bertha Pearce has ,
i as her
I. Ladles Prayer Meeting Dea.Mr. which 5c above I
held to 85c: was
and
guest her sister-in-law, Mrs. B. and Mrs. T. K. McClane I

y, 3 P.7:45:M. P.EvangelisticFriday M. Inspl- I Haines of Winter Haven. Mr. sons. Tom and Don, spent Fridayin the manager former expected ceiling. no The great market In. Wood Ranges I DoubleBedINNERSPRING
Haines will Starke. I
Join his wife here |'
Meet, Saturday
Youth
crease In the next few weeks. A
this weekend. Mrs. C. C. Stallworth of Bre- 109.50 '
U. Communion every first I, leg of lamb In most stores was ? I
nornlng. Mr.-' and Mrs.QIIgley Mrs. C. A. Knight returned to I men Ga., arrived Monday to spend I J59c to 60c. as compared the

Sponsors. her home here Monday after be- the winter with her daughter and|?9c top asked for In Washington, I AllPorcelainwith I MATTRESSES

Ing a patient in St. Vincent'sHospital son-in-law the I4ev. and Mea D. C. ? A .

Jacksonville, for the 1L. D. Haines. I The average for pork In local

past two weeks. She is rapidly Miss Madge Brownlee and Miss stores varied from 50c to 60c, Reservoir' 39.50
c rrlE'Spriiz Improving from a serious" illness I Joy Hard of Chicago, arrived in and the trend seemed downward /

St1.E I BARGAIN SALE: Wa 80, now Jacksonville by plane on Thurs agreed that the .
{Most managers
Set! Air :Mall rates have hewn re- I day. Miss Brownlee and Miss price of pork Is on the decrease. We ttuy and Sell Good Used Plain or Fancy .I

RELIEF FORACPiNPIGFST4N lured to 5c an oun<*' for everywhere Hard, classmates at Montreat Col- I The highest price asked here for "y Furniture ,
In the U.S.A., Canada, and 'liege, N. C., will be guests of MissBrownlee' Ticks
last week was reported as
chops .... .
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Mr. and Mrs. II' ., .
U. S. Possessions" flame rate for parents ,69c. The nation's high at the I I

all servicemen's. mall, too. Now H. L. Brownlee for the week- same time, seen In Plttsburg. was IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER 'AT
I you ran use air mall more often. ,

I I Mrs. Ernest Phillips la' spending end.Mrs.. J. W. Andrews and Mrs. I 99c.The price for the different John H. Denmark Furniture Co. t

I a month with relatives In R. A. Weeks visited Mrs. Glen grades of hamburger varied a- _

Miami. I Duke and daughters in Gainesville mong each of the stores, but IH I PHONE 151

Mr. and Mrs. Worth Newbernof Tuesday. I generally In the' vicinity of 35c .. STARKE, FLA.. I

I Gainesville were Sundayof I The Rev. L." D. Haines, Mrs. to 39c. In New York City, some '

iitei's Ora Stdtyiha Mrs. Newbern'ft sister, Mrs. \ T. B. Harding, Mrs. Clyde Priest, I .._..........._...... _............_.. ............_ ..........u_..."..---,"...-.,.-.---._&_ ', .-...., ._ .
W. A. .J3tern. Win .Myrtle Thomas and Miss : _l ,
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- '' Florled from KUlingsworth week spent have 're-In '
turned a

ClinIc.Miami attending a Bible Teaching I I'J-S-f; ; XNO iir!


Every branch of For home portraits see T. II.

l I O..borne. See ad on page 4. :

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee,
INSURANCECONSTANT Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Mrs. J.

E. Futch were in Gainesville Sun-
WHILE STOCKS ARE COMPLETE
day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. k
s
LIABILITY Brownlee and Mrs. S. E. Brown- ) SELECT YOUR GIFT ON OUR LAY-AW PLAN -
lee were guests> of Mr. and Mrs. I

SERVICE L>. A. Canova and Judge and Mrs. A SMALL DEPOSIT {WILL SECURE YOUR GIFT I I
Futch visit-
Mrs.
OVER 50 TEARS THEFT A. V. Long and .
ed Mrs. T. R. Sweat. a ,.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin spent '


C. WALL AGENCY FIRE Tuesday. and Mrs.In Jacksonville C. C. Mendoza.visitingDr. ,r } : ,4 Watches: -. Elgin, Hamilton, Bulova, Waltham, and

:Mrs Orle Wiggins spent Thurs- ..- t"i\ Very Fine Swiss. <
day In Jacksonville with her sis- \i

LIFECLASSIFIED' ter, Mrs. John Moyer.
Please Phone 146. Ann, Linda and Randy Johns fi.Olamer'Dds

were guests of their grandmother,
The finest
stones that she will"cherish
Mrs. J. H. RItch, at Kingsley ,

Lake on Saturday.Mrs. forever.
O. J. Griffin left Sunday

I for a week's visit with Major and 0 ,

Mrs. O. W. Griffin In St. AugultI ,


POUR FARM. CITY" AND PBAe, H.HAY-125 C. Harris, .tan P. dellVMl?. .T3rtniip! ; I tine.BARGAIN HAIJCVa.. 8c\ now' o Gifts: For every occasion Pen Sets Costume .-

188 5c"Ir! Stall ralea have ben reduced
PROPERTY Ua. '
an.1 to .'ican ounce for e\erj .y ( Jewelry Bracelets : Compacts ,
WOOD FOrt SALE l..n"'h.-IA'onarol Oak. pIne "h. r" In the t'.S.'anacl&, and ?

zttxrv. any. Del.: 8ta.ke." 'h.. I'. M.! I'o"wwl..nn. Name rate for 1 r Lighters Dresser Sets Musical Boxes ,
ST SELLS JUcAL 10.25 ZIP "
too. Now
ROUT mall
all "er\'In-nwn'n .dd -

team Wrtlae of ..!>- AVON- PRODUCTS 1 Inc. will train ': you can U' sM blmperty, 11., Lads. per women to ain 11 and mare per. ,. I Among the Jacksonville shoppers I
arras of tlomeeFame hoinrepre' .entlnw our' proiluctn list : Tuesday was Mrs. Carrie Pearls. Watch Bands In fact
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from all ever Ike tart now to build i-untom 1 we I
s for (rhrlHtm. Wohien/ no"? "' Ritch.

prnREALTY AGENCY ployed nerd not apply. District write' I Mr.*. N. T. RItch and daughter. k c have amazing of !
ulvlnic' iiimllfl.-Btlon, returned Wednesday gejW'1 : an array gifts, too num-
ntpxl St.lark- Diane
6n' Elizabeth
Locally By Sfanager. :IH >V,
t HOI.LINGSWORTH .Bonvllle Fla.k >> I' from a week's visit In
erous to mention They must be
IIg, Walnut St. H.\f.E-a.heI..m house, S\V Lake Butler with their aunt, Mrs. seen

FOR cor. B. )Bay Ht. Wtark Rxcclleni Rafe Johns '
tots. alt kind renoriilture condition 1 occuplf.1 Attrttcrlve: by owner. convene until I Mrs. L. A, RennoMs and Mrs. t. lt4t F -, to be appreciated
recently
upholstered and write In Ocala last week.
"'r. Infonmitlon B. Johns were
t>r"I> u. card. lent lot. For .
a .
:;st11AFTTRESE. CO., Los C J .iwvlln. II ftft ('vpreaa, (lalne"- I Mrs I. P. Shepherd was called 1 1 I
tfe.1 ville. or tel. I to Tampa this week by the death

CLACK MARK' MI'I.K at my place, Tuesday of her brother. W. C.
writ nil lines; fire, In face and around had been ill In a
I.. little Bray who
,
Ihobillty' | and life. a clalm.--.I. Jones .
"
please
':.".Your Inaurance ned. t..et. owner u.ahan. lip Jacksonville hospital for the past (
AU'Klnney\
"KlhtJr., 131 East A Funeral services for .
n"t. Phone U4. tf i isle weeks. ,. .
bath i
Poll AA t.Broom hails Mr. Jones were held Thursday [e t.ie .
'1.& lu ...reenJ front l-on-h' hack. .n.
-ruom furnished it
,HO
,I wt air, 'land and porch large lot Ire ntwhlnmt. Hootch tape.paper ".
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I,... pecan (arden, Hox 8211. Starke_ Stapling
1 *i .h'Uhb..y. > 1 bath j punched all tjpc account
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weal of courtR -
R (;oll"y, Box J65, FOIl BALE-- n. 15x20.iico.larpaulinBlslrunk -It hookn.. ring binder.. snd many ,
Feed & 8r. Bradford
1tptMNE I the
other lt""n" at I I

FOR RENT-J- HISOFJR J'OIt\ ,..lchleicnm', County TelegraphV I Ii. II I
....I.n." helb..l'k.t with .chine perfect. r,, .

."..In4. 0'.' '*wpm" dint; excavatlner...t.uetnn. -, I .... very. "oll"p.lble reasonable.\\111,01.U. Man'Itlanenrrlage Ilk', .* i. COI"rniriir"', FLolun'l OIHT.. II'IS 11/FQI111(.... ,"I. II I ,MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR XMAS GIFTS IN JEWELRY
'''*'- S ton: : 3ft.3N. tu. .
overcoat r... U5. P...- I' eeu,::* ... PUIntlff. n.
till nll.t. I>. W. Poole I ... (}.. T'nn. ..
... ser costr.r.. lsrCe. It Sc. Wood. Defendant. Ca e No:
;'nri.f. .f,...c 4554rlnPi n. sure flalry. lip John C Penn I
.. tt Brei hou.a. Prter.on's I1l1bRFJR .,TIO.V
-:utrl;;: ..n Hampton take I .lOW and $ )T OF hF.prBW TO AI'PEAK F.
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Jersey ,
'i'': D. Vain.Call ; FOR fCAI.p.-n..k'uw mIlkCp.r 3 .".. I fI-tl'-R: or riXmiDA to: John rrenn )I .Harley Strong
ddreeel
"lOlf. E
6 ( St. ttr heifer daY. flOII tar' bnlhA.11-1 SIP H. la IJ3? whose 11 hillside r..I ld Avenue n.-e and Jamaica.i.4wr ;

)' > .. and paddle.f Perry, Hampton. -
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tlpsl. > WaiiMnvtonAlrpa.r.kp T" RENT hue will buy Pi- ry-v. ,
'M >nway. PREF IIn-
d.
..day. house In tork". furnished MClane. Jr named Court and cau e, :wnerelijVltne The Fines Jewelry Store
K. dl"o"c.
'tll.nl..h"dT. of aeeke
plaintiff
'(''It ..Sl.ls-The chnol Box If FJxl.nalon 1'I..vl" n.ln.ylll. ...- County telegraph" shall publlh, this0rd"r In Starke Phone 153
:1. Issues.i
'.lh..r.' ''"" will he old F or'phon.. J5115 In next. tour weekiY 137 W. Call St.
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> 1..1" at There*** bell a.i I at $'. ".

-! tip T-one Jersey W.i"lrt' two."- 1 ttthr t. 1946IUFFCSAL IfEAL A..1.' Thomas.I

:IKlllt' S-.nom apart- heifer calves.ril'.' who,,, ha.. .. !hitCcep. A. Clerk of said Court.Atly.rSuank 1'1.. i H'N.. ; ;; ..r.. :f ZC':0.: .Furawswrair, .iiiir.
''al calf 8 __ o( -- ."'
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. Pictured Golden Wedding Day I baby daughter, Carolyn of Oak r I.M tiHcrir 'ol.H'r. I."UFORIJI Case No. 61111. Penn. whose resldt",, I.
. on I (CI/1'YI'I' FI.OHIIttCKItV. 1:11: 11"-- u1ULlt. OF PUBLICATION ,la 163 11 Humid, t,
Hill spent the weekend with his AND NOTIUB TO APPEAR L. I., New York.Novemberr .
mother Mrs. Mamie Mead and Frank E. Illitrkman. Plaintiff VH STATE OF FLORIDA to: KclaolaOlovannlna. I
Farm Patricia' Blackman Uc/endant. Case Uanlle, :whose renldinre' 11 q jpjdnamed I
sister, Mrs. Doris Hicks. No. 5129. and address Is o vn.11I".a. I I Court ,
.' !and ,
on
Ity Mm. Bryan Whitfield i Mr. and Mra. W. W. Williamson! ORDER OF PUBLICATION November You are 11 required, 1114(1.( In the: above I I I lalntlff seeks. du ,,.. :

( and Saturday and AND JJOTICH TO APPEAR named Court and ea.i.'", herein I I unty Telegraph 4 to:.'r .,' "
41'i family spent : ,
. S, S e STATIC OF KUOIlin/V to I'atrlcla : Lradfnrd Order In next 1011I i
Yr, seeks divorce. "
i { n i"l l w Sunday In Welborn. They were I Blackman, whose residence .and a BIRTHDAY PARTY lit 602 Bluselle, Richmond County ..e.1 l at Starke! ,,
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accompanied home by their daughter Order In next four weekly |MKU MWitness '
Mr. and Mrs II. K. Tyus hon- California. hand and flirts. : "i-r 9, 1946.OFFlflAU .
t tY t- Lillian and Mrs Williamson'smother I You are required to appear on my Florida, this October d; ..Af.) A
seal Starke,
ored their Kenneth on the at
son f'said
,
who November 18. 194(1( In the above named N C'1..rk COllr I
Mrs. McCullough 10 1944.tOFFICIAL 'r
,
r .
wherein plain- Frank
occasion of his eleventh birthday 4 Court and cause HBALt A. .1, TtiomurAa .andrum II"
will visit them. tiff *...kii divorce Bradford County ( Arty for PI'. I
with a party at their home Friday 1 this OrderIn Clerk of said' Court '
Telegraph' shall pnbllnh ..
Btn<-'< Fla
Mid Lakes T. Frank T/andrum,
evening. October 25. With light Fred S. Dodd of was next four weekly ,IHBUBK..
10.11 4t 11-1
o'lanterns, Hal- a recent dinner guest of Mr. and I Witness rnv hand and official sealat Atty for Pit. 1 I
provided by jack Starke; Florida, thin October
lowe'en favors added to the attractiveness Mrs. L. T. Johns. I 16 1440! i.v cmrtrr COUIIT BRADFORDCot'N'rY. 'r THZ
FLORIDA iv: CHAN:
Eiland has returned OFFICIAL NEAL) A. J. Thomas PIP.Qj
of their lawn as a Mrs. Fred i ( CKIIV.flertrude.

setting for this lovely affair. In after a recent visit with Mr. and,. Pv Am Lucille Clerk of C. laid Conner Court.D C. F. Defendant.Penn Plaintiff Case Mo.".. aXATIY

contests Peggy Caldwell Mrs. Olen L. Bedenbaugh in De- William D. Morgan Fifth Floor John C. Penn

group Ovelda Grlffla Feagle and i Clark itdllf. Jacksonville 6117.ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Cat Your boob,
Peggy land.Miss Atty. fur flf. 10-18 Flurlcla'i NOTICE TO APPEAR Nn,
Mary River Stubbing were prize Ruth Sibley of There sa'' STATE OF FLORIDA to: John C. f.1d of Jul)pmy

winners. Following the openingof spent Friday and Saturday with iv! rmrriT. eornT. BHADPOHOKI.OHIOAl "
(.Of'\I'r... IN ell.\:>1-
his gifts Kenneth and his Miss Martha Homo and ". ...1e Y..1I11d. .

friends were served sandwiches e the Hallowe'en School Carnival Long Slpple, Plaintiff "... When Your Tires Are Slick Time tom
'qs jecs.RECAPPING
'Howard Lawrence Slpple, Defendant -
and cake with.coca colas by his Friday night. ;| Cane No. S13S. rr 1IIIBIIIM

parents assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Bedenbaughand ORDER r>F PUBLICATION:

J. G. Caldwell. Seasonal favors Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wright AND NOTICE TO APPEAR AND VULCANIZING
)ir. t
RTATE OF FLORIDA to:
were given aa mementoes of this I visited Pete Roberts at St. Luke's Howard Lnwrenr-s Supple, whose !J ALL SIZE TIRES
celebration which the following Jacksonville Sun- residence and address I In: 31 ClarkStreet
in
additional boys and girls were Invited W 1L Hospital on Harrington, Delaware.You AND TUBES
[ renulrnd to on
are appear
day.Frieda I
to share: Frances Caldwell : 1p Eiland daughter of Mr. November If), 1946 in the above nam- 21-HOUR
Jane and Henry Rlcharde Bill the ed court and cause wherein plaintiff SERVICE
and Mrs. Fred Eiland was
"'
I seeks. divorce Bradford. County BEST MATERIALS
Nail HarolJ Godwin Dewey victim of a painful accident last Telegraph shall publish this Order '

Thornton J. W. and Raymond I .Saturday;; when her right hand I'n' next four weekly i.8uea.Wltnnffrt GRADE "A" RUHI5ER
Walker Delorea Ann Wainwright, 4 mv blind and official 8..i1
Whltfleld Brad- and lower arm were caught In her at Starke Florida thin October 17, l f Workmanship Guarantee]
Helen Carolyn mother's electric washing machine. 194A

ley, Carolyn Crews "Sonny" f Although badly bruised her hand I (OFFICIAL BF\f.) lA. J. Thomas PHONE 79
An r-iork nf rvld Cmirt.
Engram:: Betty Williams Irma and arm are In a sling and she is T. Frank !T.andrum Starke, FI...
Jean Godwin Jimmie Godwin usual with her Atty. for Flf. 10.18 4t 11.8
proceeding as
Jimmie Moncrief and Harold L school studies, omitting writing. I STARKE TIRE SERVICEAdjoining

Tyus. ______ iv! cinniT roriiT. nntnronn
Mrs. Horace May Mrs. Claude ('011'1'''. FLOHIltAt CIIAN-

May Mrs. T. C. Chastain and I ("IIY.Oranvllle.

COMMUNITY CLUB MEETINGThe Pictured above are Mr. and Mi.. :.. A. Bouvlrr a. they cut the Mrs. J. W. Horne attended the Lee rtranure. ., Plaintiff, Temple Garage Temple Ave.
flower committee made effective v". Ll tilling cake at their !golden wedding celebration. This wan an event social affair at the home of Mrs. Case No. 4134.ORTER .

use of tlthonia and bronze or September 9 at their State Farm lion..... During the day many Lester Kite of Starke last Thurs- OF P1TRL.ICATION
Tues- AND NOTICE TO
marigolds in the Club Room APPEAR
afternoon of last week for Farm friend. and relative and friend. front Ocala, Evlnitton McIntosh day afternoon, honoring her,t STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs..
day .
Llila Jane Bramire, whoa residence
and Jacksonville and Jeannette, La., called to offer congratulation daughter, Mrs. Albert Newman. :
the regular meeting of the Com- and address In: 806 4th Street

munity Club. Mrs. P. D. Fancher *. Their lovely gift. attested, the popularity of Mr. and 1\11'8. week Mrs.with Ann R.her Guy daughter is spending Mrs.a,' Laurel, are Delaware.You r..iiilred. to appear on R. B. Alvarez & So

President presided and a round 'llouvlei.. The hosts were assisted In hospitalities by their children, November 18, 1948 In the abovenamed

table discussion of routine business -; MI' anti Mra. J. A. Bouvler, Jr., and M. A. Kouvler of Miami andMr. Wallace Little Anne Joplin White of Lake of Jacksonville City. -I Court seeks and divorce"&II..e. Bradford wb..r..lnpl..lntlrf

followed the opening ritual. and Mrs. Cecil McRae of McIntosh and by their lTandrhUdl'f'n.ndre County Telegraph shall publish thlMOrd..r
has been the guest of her Transfer & Co.
During the social hour Mlsa June In next four weekly Inmion. Storage
,\ Richard and Misses Betty Ceclle: Patricia and Eleanor Me- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lea- Witness my hand and official
Caldwell played selections from neat. at Stnrke; Florida, this October -
Rae Johnnie Bouvler. 3rd. lie Brown.
and 17, 1949.OFFICIAL .
"Night and Day" and Misses
Mrs.. Peggy Blackley and daughter ( HKM) A. J. Thomas Phone 179
Peggy Caldwell and Helen Whit- Aa Clerk of itald. Court.T. .
. . . Evelyn, of Atlanta Ga.
field played duets. As hostesses, Mr. and Mrs.' Richard English of are Frank. T.andrum Stark. Fla. s
guests of Mrs. Blackley's sister Atty. for Plf. 10-18\ 4t 11-8
Mrs. Lawrence Driggers and Mrs. Starke. The wedding occurred ,
Hampton Mrs. Marlon Weest. We operate local and Ion
Whltfleld served sandwiches
-
Bryan Saturday October 2ft in Folkston Mr. andMrs. J. W Horne and iv! rincilT'' roi'RT. BRADFORD Moving and
distance
) with coffee. COI NTY, FI.OHIDAI IV: CHAN Anywhere
Ga., and they are home to friendsin By Mrs. M. C. Sweeney family spent Sunday in Capltola CKRV.lusKle .

BRIDGE CLUB MEETING: Starke. . . . 1 with friends. (v.... John Olckeraon Draanell Brannell, Defendant.. Plaintiff Cane Stpt g s the State of Florida

Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Johnson No. 5110
Lovely Fall flowers in variety 1
were used to advantage in dec- After having visited Mr. and 31 ALLOW gala E'FN Hallowe'en: PARTYA Costume who moved several years ago to I I ORDER NOTICE OF PtTBLIOAIOMAND TO APPEAR Fast, Careful Moving;

orating the home of Mrs. J. C. Mrs. P. D. Fancher since Thurs- Jacksonville and have spent the STATE OF FLORIDA to: John
party, sponsored by the Young TIrnHBpll. whose. residence la unknown -
past in Miami, have moved
Wallace when she entertained the day Mrs Dennis Fancher returnedto People's Choir was held at the year '}, .

State Farm Bridge Club last their home in River Junction recreation hall on Monday night. back to their former home in You are required to appear on Ades
Hampton. November 18, 1948 In the ahnvenamed
Thursday afternoon. Among the Sunday with 'Mr. Fancher who The hall was dimly lighted with Court and cause, wherein

three tables of players Mrs. R. P. was also the guest of his parents candles and shaded lights, and . . . County plaintiff Telegraph Reek divorce shall. publish Bradford thin tfdFFrom where I

Stubblns was holder of high score Saturday night. presented a country scene with all Order In next four weekly Ipnuei. sit..by Joe MarsFriendshipThree

and received a blanket storer, Witness my hand and official seal
shocks black cats and a Pine
Gerald Cox of Roawell. Georgiawas corn LevelBy at Starke Florida this October K
Mrs. M. E. Griner awarded
was
here with Mr, and Mrs. R. H. real witch's cauldron with a min- 1D4AOFFICIAt! .

stationery for second high score Cox from Friday until Sunday. iature witch stirring her magic Mrs. H. M. McRae I ( SEAL) A. J.' Thoma
Aa Clerk of aM Court.
and Mrs. J. G. Godwin Con-
won Additional supper guests of Mr. brew. . . . Rv Luclllw. C. Conner. D c. :!
tract accessories, as "bingo; prize. I ZnrYi H. Doug-land, Box 411, Gainesville -
and Mrs. Cox Saturday were Mr. Many amusing were played ,
games I ,
Fla
Mrs. Wallace presented handkerchief There was a large congregationat ,
a,
and Mrs. Enlce Bradshaw and among them the "Cat's Hidden Atty. for Plf. 10-18 4t I1-SIN r rh9.us nd.Mi'les: Apart
to Mrs. Grlner as a, wed- Pine Level Church last Sunday ;
children ,of Penney Farms. Tails "HallowlI'elBasket Turn- -
ding anniversary gift and a box ? f with 207. in.>the. Sunday School cinrt'iT altDFORnvol''rY e 'f' ,
.
Mrs. W. E. Feagle spent Tuesday over", "Guess What? and the "*' *" .* FLORID. a
ijAad
of soap to Mrs. Dennis Fancher, .classes. ,iv CRaN.rElmy. Ever play aheaslil.IVa.a great, ..ehtusJs .the English
_
traditional Fortune Telling. Grace -
guest player Refreshments con- Wednesday and Thursdaywith Mr. and Mrs: Russell Thomasare Allan Williams. Plaintiff vn. OAissMrha game! One of the strongest friendships writes him, that he does the 8

sisted of a salad with coffee her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dickinson of Theressa, Imperson- receiving congratulations on Wllllama Defendant' Cane I know of started with a game ..y Oq know its almost as if J
C. F. in HUllard. ating a clown won the ,costume No. 611 R.
Edwards
the arrival of 'a 12-pound son. He I I ORDER OF PUBLICATION of chess-between Dad Hoskins, In bared a glass of beer togell
Hallowe'en noise maker.
DEATH OF KSTEIXK GRIFFIS prize a
Miss[ Mildred Hundley went to hall been named James Leon. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR oar town and a man named Dalton too!" says Dad contentedly.
Delicious refreshments of Iced ..
Our community was shocked Jacksonville Miss Hund STATE OF FLORIDA tnOde
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McRae had Meche Williams, whose address. !I. Barnes in England.
where I
saddened fruit punch assorted faced From I sit, you can
and open
Monday morningby ley has accepted a position as %
as dinner' guests last Sunday his Macho Route 1, Box: 101, Lake
the sudden and untimely death dlctophone i operator and will also sandwiches, chocolate cake and parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mc- Arthur, Loulalana.. They've never seen each other about diplomacy and foreign I

'of Eatelle Grit 1*. 15-year-old attend Massey Business College Hallowe'en candles were servedat Rae. Mrs. B. M.: McRae and chil- November You are 11 required. 1944 to In appear the above on never met. But for: the past eight ley,bat/it's often those little th|

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim During her stay in Jacksonvilleshe the party's. conclusion. dren, Miss Betty Mae Addison and named Court seeks and cause, wherein years they've been playing chess -tike a game of chess or a g

Grlffls... Funeral services were is living with Mr. and Mrs. Chaperon were Mr. and Mrs. brother. W. M., and Miss Shirley County plaintiff Telegraph. divorce.shall Bradford publlih by mail together_Dad puzzling of beer-that can make fort I

held at Ralford Baptist Church Reese Bradley .Fred Dodd, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. RobertE. this*.Order In next .four weekly Issue over Dal ton's latest letter while he ante and understanding .

Wednesday afternoon with Rev. In celebration of the close wed- May and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Taylor and little daughter Witness. mY nand and. official seal sands a chart of his next move to tween people of all nation. .

John Bray pastor of the church ding anniversaries of the two Smith. About 28 young people Charlene. at Htarke., Florida. this 9th day ofOctober 'England tween at home'!'I
194(1.OFFICIAL (
officiating. Interment was In couples Mr and Mrs. M. E. Gri- enjoyed the occasion. Mrs. A. J. Fender and childrenare ( SEAM A. J., Thomas ..

Sapp Cemetery. Deep sympathy ner and Mr. and Mrs. 'S. V. R. FALL' vlsitlnir relatives in Orlando As Clerk of said Cnurt. : Dad'always thinks best with a' ne'lfhbo8oer5 %,
la extended to the bereaved INJURED IN John J. Henderson Eq., St. Augustine -
parents and mellow glass of, beer beside hisCoyyriJiit.1946
Martling of Melrose enjoyed a of Tampa this week. I Fla.
All friends and acquaintances
and brothers and sisters of
home Those who Atty. for Plf. 10.11 41 11.1
joint turkey dinner at the were visiting Mr.
the deceased. Pete Roberta 14 year-old son of -
of the former at noon Sunday.Mrs. and Mrs. Russell Thomas Sundaywere
and Mra. Arlias Brewers Fe
IMr I Roberts are V OTI C H United Sui i
WALKER-ENGLISH R.: H. Tyson returned Mon I rejoicing to hear of his continued Mr. and Mrs. Herman TO ALL, WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Of Interest to friends of Mr. day from Jacksonville where she I Improvement In St. Luke's Hospital Thomas and children all of Vanderbilt any Tou and are all hereby claims notified against to file the

and Mrs. J. L. Walker l is the announcement had visited relatives and friends I(I Jacksonville, after sustain- and Mr. and Mrs. Joe t.th"f, ,J. F. Colley deceased, rte y C..rs y Yes.,
with Judge
County
Starling and children of Starke. within
of the marriage of for several days. ing critical Injuries following a Eight calendar months from the

their son, John Henry Walker to J. A. Bouvler, Jr., of Miami was |fall of approximately 50 feet from Mr. and Mra. Robert Myrick had first publication of this notice said

Miss Esther English daughter of the guest of hla parents. Mr. and ,I' !as dinner guests last Sunday Mr. claim duly will be sworn barred to or by else statute yourclaim

Mrs. J, A. Bouvier Thursday. I \ and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez Mian This the 9th day of October 194S. Lay TT'I
shak-ing Martha Sweat and Bishop Myrlck .T. R. Colley, Administrator.
Beware Coughsfrom Reese Bradley of Jacksonville all ofOrlando, 1014t 11.1

was the dinner guest of >Mr. and -
Mr. and :Mrs.
Fri I where a crushed shoulder and Carl Dobbs of iv cinniT (cotitT BRADFORD
Mrs. J. M. Bradley at noon .
common colds other severe Injuries were dls- Lake City spent Saturday night ('01'\1.rYe ..ORJO.... iv CR.toN. 1 1 STORESAnnual
CERY.I.aonard
day. I covered. On the following morn- with Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae. Baslle, Plaintiff'vs.. Sola-,.
That Hang On Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodward i ing Pete watt taken to st Luke's Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae and eta Ulorannlna Basils, Defendant
hail as their dinner guest at noon Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Taylor.were
CreomulAlon relieve promptly! because for further examination! and his NATIONALBRANDS I *
Sunday W, Heron Minister at the visiting the bedside of J. N. Nor-
it goes right to the seat of the condition was regarded as ex-
trouble to help loosen and expel Starke Church of Christ. tremely critical. After two major man at the home of Mr. and :Mrs. CONSTIPATIONRisky

germ laden phlegm, and aid nature Mr. and Mrs. R. W. ,nrannen T. N. Norman Monday night.
to sooth operations, a turn for the bett..rwas SALE
and heal
raw, tender inflamed in
Pauline Brannen Mr.
and Miss spent and Mrs. O. W. McRae of
bronchial mucous mem- seen, and he.was able to receive -
branes.Tell:your druggist to Mil you Sunday: with Mr. and Mrs. H. P. visitors on Sunday. A com- Jacksonville were visiting relatives DAD COLDS

a bottle of Creomulalon with,the understanding Qulney in Brooker. and la wish- here last week.

quickly allays you the must cough like or the;you way are It Mr. and Mrs. J. A Bouvier were ed plete him by speedy his friends recovery in this com- Mrs. Mary E.: Wynn of Starke I I Retained putrefactive undigested causes toxins food becomes which

to have your money back. overnight guects of Mr. and Mrs munity. attended church at Pine Level last overload the liver and other vital organs "O.af .->

Cecil McRae in McIntosh Friday. Sunday and was a dinner guestof of the body lessening your resistance -
CREOMULSION CT
those In to colds and other winter Ills wJ
Among shopping Gainesville Mrs. R. R. Crosby.
Mrs. J. M. Bradley and Mrs. and interfering with their.treatment.
for Coughs Chest Colds BronchitisAFTER
; Saturday were Ruth Slbley
U. D. Whitfield spent Saturday in Why take this chance when you can
Jacksonville with respective relatives. Martha Home, Hetty Home, Nor- A TRIBUTE take Calotabs? Calotabs thoroughly -

ma Sweeney Dick May, Bruce In loving memory of Mrs. Fred yet oleasantly! act on every foot of I I <&
accompaniedby
They were' ,
Maxwell Frank Drown Mr. and A. Scott your Intestines sweeping out toxin.
business college whose homegoing was laden
Jimmie Bradley I putrefactive foods and virus-I
student In Jackxunvlllei, who Mrs. Marvin Ellancl. Mr. and Mr.*. October 30th 19.... Fred A., laden mucus enabling you to more '' $: &>

i was at home during the weckenl. O. D. Gay \V. M. Hicks and son Scott Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. effectively avoid or fight' a cold.Nothing J' ,1"
Langforil Dave Dyal Mr. and Scott. acts like! good old Calotabs. Use as
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle A. Nolan of directed. lOc and JSc at all druggists. I 9.
l\ rs. T. C. Chastain and grand I '
the Collision Orlando were visitors of Mr., and 1:11: rutrriT roi'NT. Htr" daughter Sue.Congratulations. .'O'''\rv, PL CALOTABSEXPERT '
Mrs. A. C. Davis last weekend. : mi M i> cutMIK.IIVi Take 1 \ e
are extended to
Mra. E.V., Dinklns and son, Oenr.e MartIask I Plaintiff, ".. \ \
Comes the Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Rivers of : Ann Marl. Murtlnek Defendant. \
Lee returned home Monday after ;
'Caa.10.. CII7.IU .
Wialilo on the recent arrival of a MWOMfflf
having visited Mrs. n. C. Grit- <> 'KK prBLlrATlOV:
baby girl whom have named 1t
Worry : they ANnIOTU'F1 TO APPEAR
/1/
fla since
In Lawtey Friday. /
HTATH OF FLORIDA
Prudence Mae. The Rev. Rivers to: Anna
Marl Martinek who. reiilijence I -
j
Collisions Is nerving his second year aq pas- and aililmm I* unknown. i \
can came plentyof 11 t-iuctir roiinr' 'UFonu tor of the First Methodist Church YouNnvemb "quir.d to
"'01 "1'1. FI.OHIIIM it uH .'''. rr'5, let{. In these ov. i 1 / /
Buy Comprehen. .'. here.
worry. : 1' named Court and cause. wherein

sive Automobile and Collision Anna llnrney Inrnett L,. Stilt Stiff.T>jf
No. 6ISKtiltUBIl Waddell of Rockvllle. lit I.. have Or l"r In next four weekly !< Insurance before it's OF PUBLICATION: received announcements of the \\ltnfon my hunt and official I II
ANr NOTIfUl TO AITKAU Seal nt Htark Florid i, thl. ("-tub. I
r
too late. STAT: U)' Fi.OIt1Atut Hnrney birth of their second daughter, ?.. 194 c1. / mm
Irf, Htlif whim. rv..l4.na* In Knntea. Karen Ramona Thursday October (OPKKMAt, SEAL) A. f Thoma
flux 253, P.irMniutitM. Vlralnla.( on A. ("l"rk of Mlil Courf I e x.'BSI iI i
You .sir, r.<|ti'riU to appear nnNovember 17. that fall, while Mr. liy Lucille\ C. "nnn-. D. C.
Charley E. Johns :> IS, 1940. In the above Waddell was stationed at Camp T. Frank Ijtndrum, Starke, Fin. I
mtm* t Court and rnuae. whereinplaintiff AllY for Pit.
H 11-II '
...kii divorce and rare.I'lintiiily Blanding Mrs. Watidell and little 1-10,11. I SERVICE ;
Agency and control of minor child.
I"rnifor! iountjr Tolmrapli phnl daughter Shelby were located at Starts Relief In 6 Second i 3 Big Sale Day*
this Ord' the home of Mrs. M. C. Sweeney.
imnllHh r In nut four
rhon IS SFARXE. FLA. weekly U.u.>. I! ),fl'll. L.. J. Kite and Mrs. Lizzie from All 6 usual / I Chas. C. I Thurs FrL, Sat." I
.. .
1Vhns. my hind and official.sal fi
at Slarko. Florida, this October Wynn of Starke spent Friday : I Oct. 31. Nov. *J

21.: 194.OF'IClAi.... here visiting friend. and were M ShepherdAt I II 4
( HEAlA.. J. Thomas,
'.,.... I A. Clerk of laid. Court. dinner guest* of Mr. and Mrs C. qdb 1 .. .. I Store tot BljPGR :
fame U. Brandies! Lynch Building.Jarkunnvlllo L. May. I...Bola .r'AI.nON 666 Gay's Service Station I Ask at
Representing THE:TRAVELERS.Hartford Florida.: "" TAIUT1 O* IIQUIOTote II '-raKe NIlfI<>nl1 List'

- Atty. for Plf.' IG-!$ 4t 11-1J Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mead and c__. eol, M dire<.'''' I Color price

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGKAPH. STAR.KE..FLORID PAGE SEVEN ,""I

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ige of 1,000,000 U. S. Men .- -= = ----- -- ----_._--.- -- -- -_ __ ___ __u _____ _____ _- ____ __ ____ _.. : ._ : ==_ ;,
fort




r h pith,, a shortage Cuts of Girls'1,000,000 Marriage,marriageable Chances males In the 1Church\ & Sunday School Guide Lf -jl,'!



I states, between six and,eight million American girlsn1 ] 1'

-- --- --- -- -- ---- ----- .. ._ .
life ------------ -- .
through without --- ----- -- -- -- -- -
husband ---- --
a -- ------ ---- -- -- -- -
1 have to go according to ----- -- ---

latest marital statistics. Lawtey Baptists ALL CHURCHES IN BRADFORD COUNTY ARE INVITED TO PLACE THEIR To Dedicate Babies t'1
the figure that really means a lot to the I
to
Reduced aver- Have Guest PastorThe ANNOUNCEMENTS AND NEWS ON TillS PAGE. HOWEVER TO INSURE I At Methodist Church

American girl, one girl In every seven will have to live INSERTION ON THIS PAGE. COPY MUST HE IN OUR OFFICE NOT LATER

,1 whether she likes it or not, according to an article In pastor Rev.of New E. T. Hope Ernest Baptist former THAN TUESDAY MORNING OF" EACH WEEK Holy Communion will be observed

October issue of Good Housekeeping magazine. Church, Wauchula was the guest at both services In the k

; ie a happy solution for speaker at the Lawtey Baptist Methodlat Church Sunday, Nov 3, 1
jttere who Gary, Ind., Detroit, Mich., or San I
marital mg* Church last
and
l with the Francisco Sunday broughttwo and the topic used! by the pastor
mind a apot of travel. All I wonderful messages to the at the 11 o'clock hour will be
t Undermanned and stocked f!
do I- take the advieeSorro'e with congregation.Rev. .
blVi to pulchritudinous I Love of Christ".
feminine competition "The Constraining I
Greeley gave younsoma Ernest la a forceful speaker -
k and go west. are Richmond, Va., Atlanta, A class will be received Into the I
ago full of the I
\ years Ga. and Spirit, and U is a
Nashville
in yle'httntin' Statistics Tenn. I privilege to \listen to the young church at this time, and a special d
Alaska show that, marrying
l&i for htheuabandi between 30 i man. He has been invited. to Indication' of babies will be held.
and offers
difficult 34 the best
*B would be awfully chance for happiness. Second best I again conduct the services at the ". Parents are urged to dedicate
huj
catchin a -
.i rl to miss 45 men to every : is between 24 and 29. Chances are I Lawtey Baptist Church next Sunday ." .. I their babies unto the Lord, at this
there are Nov.
and
3. cordi-
are
j slimmest when the girl is under 24. you time. .,
After marriage the chances I ally invited to attend and bring
most luab spots are N.- are someone with I Tha evening evangelistic sermon )
Tat one in six that; you'll be divorced, I you. "
Wyoming, Idaho, California, and the most perilous I I will be on the topic, "Sliver
,Washington and years are tIWIWNWIINIIIYIWWFIIUWAWLAININNWII@NWNIYNIN' '' ''''''' '' ''" ...UI'II/j".II.' / ... '
Montana r n'.I' 'IWI I WNWNI (
the third but such
n>, fourth and fifth. Visiting Pastor At A Ya and gold have I none, as

n.pods. Incidentally the chances of even. Presbyterian Church ., r'P, ; a. : :: I have, give I thee." Selections by A
Island 'I. the toughest tual divorce are higher if you make i
., .. the Junior Choir will be featuredThe
husband. ,
In the country for your home in Chicago, Loa Angeles
i Dr. J.' Warren Kaufman will t 6:30
at
meet
North Young People : 4.I
Massachusetts. !
lin"with, or San Francisco. In Chi. y
.rolina, South Carolina and, in cago, for Instance, It's only threeto occupy the pulpit of the Presby- ". mll' Sunday for an Interesting pro- '
terian Church during the monthof
most of Dixie close behind. one you'll stay married and in gram and devotion. !iil
November. For the 17 .
past
fctiei afford the best Los Angeles' and San Francisco :
which pw years Dr. Kaufman has been pas :..l,,:, Prayer and Praise Service each
husband are only slightly better. \
i for getting tor of the Richardson Memorial C." Wednesday night at 7:30: o'clock.

Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia r Rrlng your Bible and let'* study

Pa., but la now thinking of '.

farmers Worked 75.4 Hours a Week locating Members In Florida.and friends of the : Attend All Services ; together.The Garfield Evans Sub-District{

church are cordially Invited to :4.- meeting will be held in Melrose i ,

-w come and hear the visiting pas. I. Monday, Nov. 4, atv7:30: o'clock.
rhvH tor. The Youth Rally will be heldIn
)Y At The Church of Your Choice the Gainesville First Church, )

12.1 . . . Thursday, Nov 7, at 7:30 o'clock. I
rew
Rev. Rupert, the guest iipeaker
/ Theressa is a member of the educational
November 3rd
Sunday board of the main office.
% p'-' 79.9 Ky Eva Mao Trlrnt ,
e . e .
n" Moves Christian ChurchThe

82.5 Mrs. Sidney Griffis and son of
Nou.. 'I Rev. Fred Dodd of Midtnkes
83.2 Lake Geneva spent several days '. d.
Novel here visiting Mr. and Mrs James will preach at the First Christian
'.w Church of Starke next Sunday
- Swindell. .
,
41.bsxNrss Irle Sibley of Deland It visit i morning at 11 a. m. Officials of j

ing his brother, Elbort Sibley and the church announce that "aome- i"d
family. thing special", of Interest to all

Hatlee Clark of Hellbronn members, Is coming soon. I yp I'

Nan Springs attended Sunday School -+ ) "

here Sunday. You Need Your Church SINGING SCHOOL y.
: AT rilUKCII OF GOD 3
Average Hours of Work per Week-1939. 1943.1914 Grace Dickinson spent last! !
weekend In Green Cove Springs A Singing School will be con- :,,1 I
American farm operators aver- urgent wartime demands of a hungry visiting her sister, Mrs. Bell Gar- ducted at the Church of God on

qed 751 :hours of work a week world. rett Your Church Needs You St. Clair Street beginning Tuesday -

taring a recent three years, accord- Farm operators In the West North Miss Ruth Sibley spent last night, Nov. B, at 7 p. m. The

Ililto a nationwide survey of work. Central area worked the longest .weekend In Hampton visiting Miss classes will continue for 10 consecutive -
Ikl centers. hours putting In, an average of
habits In agricultural. Martha Horn. nights, excepting. Satur-
I In the same period) according tolib 83.3 hours a week. Second were the W. H. Hall and daughter. Car- day and Sunday, and the publicIs
American Iron and l Steel Institute farm operators In the East North Invited.
lie Mae, In Gainesville on
workers la 'HeeP.tlaeu. seer Central area with 82.5 hours a week, business last were afternoon. There will be no admission
lipd 411 hours of labor a week; while farm operators In the Middle Friday charge for'attendance at the
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tomlinson
IfflWtan The operators fa1'1h.\ .-.of the nt'6earl.OOO six million farm Atlantic operator worked*)79*,the.9 hours Pacific a states week. : and< daughterVanda, of Jacksonville "'..'" '''" '''"..'' ''''''.....''"'""'.,''! '''"'.." "'..'''''''''''''" ImoIAIIWISnwmmnNl' ''''' '' ,"ImnNSIImINnonl' '' ,,,,,, ,':llWnn.' '' InlwauAmisl'''' ', "nNillnm' lAIMUIMnennel, mXMMUNAIIMAnnahhnmmeMlM' ", '''"," "mellnmMlnmmmm' '' '''' ''' '" tin' school, which will be conductedby

week. were visiting her parents, .. the pastor.
number or
lurk hours a year.0er:maa."plusIlii put In the smallest -- -- -- -
use of mechanised equipment, ly work hours, averaging 72.1 for Mr. and Mrs. R. M Hersey, Sun-

earn living\ and to produce the the three years of 1939, 1943 and day.Mrs. CHURCH DIRECTORYFIRST SPONSORSOf
I Bell Garrett of Green Cove ,
Iropi the 1944.
( and f/vni needed to meet ._ _
Springs visited her mother, Mrs. n ; The Church PageTip
----- Dickinson and family Sunday PRESBYTERIAN LAWTEY BAPTIST. CHURCH. HMIJJKONN IIAPTIMT. SerVices :I

POCKETBOOK' OF KNOWLEDGE By PILGRIM night. STARKK.-Sunday School 9:45: Sunday School, 10 A, M. Morning every 2nd and 4th Sundays,

A. M. Morning Worship, 11 A. M. Worship, 11 /{. M. Young People's 11 a. m, and 7:30: p m. Sunday Top Super Market

Ladles Auxiliary 2nd 4th Tuesday Meet, 7 P. M. Evening Service School every Sunday. 10 A. M. Alvarez Store

*. 7:30 P. M. Prayer Service, Wednesday B.T.U 7:00: P. M. I>.ev. G. E. Cut
trWl+ey I1r QUERY 7:30: P. M.. Rev. J. L. shaw, Pastor. Hollywood Camera

KINOSLKY LAKE MISSIONARY Norris Paator. J. E. Wall, Jr., & Gift Shop

C BAPTIST CIIURCII. Sunday S. S. Supt. DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH II. C. Wall Agency

: School, 10 A. M. Preaching, 11 Sunday School, 3 P. M. Preach-

?fir ORNfR A. M. BT.U., 6:45: : P. M. Preach- PINE LEVEL BAPTIST.-Sun- Ing 4 P. M. Prayer Meeting each Carpenter'Coca.

1 J' '' ing, 7:43: : P. M. Prayer Meeting day School. 10 A. M. Morning Thursday. 7:30: P. M. Church located -Cola Bottling Co.

each Wednesday 7:30: P. M. Fan. Worship, 11 A. M Song Service, at Brooker, Fla. Rev. C. A Leila's *

TIE A tiny FIREFly SLIT A 6rTLE IS 1401 =- nle Silcox Sunday School Superintendent 7 P. M. Evening Worship, 7:30: P. Crosby, Pastor.CHURCH Koch Drug Store ..j
: L. Bible
Louie WaInwrIght M. Teachers Meeting Study,
ilnw An OF GOB. Sunday Tyus Dry GoodaDriggers' .
BTU Director. Service Every Monday 7:30 P. M. Hld-Wtiuk '
1w % Liver D.mplilla School! 10 A.. M. Morning Wor- I
eplgeasuge Sunday. Prayer Meeting. Wednesday 7.30: Furniture Co. I
!
M 09 CAPrpea KIP0r b1aJ.l I P. M. Rev W. E. Hall, Pastor ship, 11 A. M. Evening Worship Bobbins'
(tWOAC1YArl1 '' 7:30: P. M. Y.P.E. Tuesday 7.30: .
,.. v N ) BKOOKKB BAPTIST CHURCH. J
Maoe wl 'I' P. M. Prayer MeetlrTg Thursday Hart Furniture Co. '
/ VIM A. M. Morning .
-Sunday School 10 FIR S T METHODIST, STARKK.Church
O- + or ONLY> 7:30 P, M. Church located at '
urns sotP Worship, 11 A. M. B.T.U. 7:15: : .- School 10 A. M. MornIng Florida Bank at Starke
Eighth & St. Clair Streets. Services -
flNP 4IIVEW 7:30 P. M. Prayer -; 11 A. M. Youth Fellowship
WERE PIR9T BROU6HTNTO ,. P. 21. Preaching Worship, every Sunday, Rev. W, 'A. Alike Maruca a
EUROPE FRO C*>*W By Vt ;; Meeting each Wednesday 7:30P. 7 P. M. Evening Worship -
'meMODERATION PORN6VESB j t;vNesla fv M. Rev. C. .A. Crosby, Pastor.i 7:30: P. M. Prayer and Praise Smith, Pastor I .

: Service, Wednesday 7:30: P. M. WOO HI,AWN MISSIONARYB FirstPresbyterian

BOATDRAIX BAPTIST CIICRC11. Woman's Society 1st Tuesday, B.\ flll'KCII. Sunday .

'RtAeNgd1f Sunday School. :10 A. M. MornIng 3:30: P. M. Church located Walnut School, 10 A. M. Morning Worship Church
v t T e"f : Worship 11 A. M. B.T.U. 7 and Jefferson Streets Rev. W. J, 11 A. M. Song Service, 8 P.

Ate! f1a 4TMbA157Rt / i, P. M. Evening Worship, 7:30 P. Churchwell, Pastor. M. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday ,
t i M. Prayer Service each Tuesday 7:30: P. M. B.T.U. Friday 7.30P. : I,

AVERAGe tN'1ge u.5.CDV1 9Q'SATES 000 Nt A RtT y 8 P. M. Cottage Prayer Meeting NKW: IU .MISSIONARY: 1I.1'TNT M. Church located 3 miles ATTEND k
g ,ppO I went of Rev. T. C. Wll-
N u PRODUCES TONS each Thursday 7:80: P. M. Church Liiwtey.
CIU'RCII.: Services
-- '
I every
1 DUI B QUART'SOR rNOU$ Cook H pound pork shoulder until of Ilema. Pastor. SERVICES I'
9
i Z,1 located 3 1.2 miles southeast
i y \I, yFARLy t"TIONAv done save stock. Lightly brown 1 lilt and 3rd Sundays! at 11 A. M.
a111K i pound sliced liver In greased with fryIng liver. Starke. Rev. C. C. Harris, Pas .Rev. Truby Parrlsh, Pastor Public ('()IUSTII BAPTIST! Chit; 'RCTi REGULARLY I'I
Grind cooked pork : "
pan 8: slices moist bread and 1 large tor. cordially Invited. Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays ___ I
onion (which has bren chopped and I II a. in. and 7:30 p. m., Rev C. .
lightly! cooked In a tablespoons fat>. I i FIltST! CIIIU TI.\N CIIUIUII.Illble .- \VATKKO\K IIAITIST.Services P. Padgett, pOll tor. Sunday School f..
School 10 A. M. Preaching, Music Ity
.- every 1st and 3rd Sundays at 11 every Sunday 10:30: a. m. Train- .
11 A. M. t
and 3rd Sundays.
1st Mid-Week A. M.! and 7.30: P. M. Sunday ing Union every Sunday evening Young I'eople's Choir ; D I''
] and 7.30: P. M. Prayer School every Sunday 10 A. M. 6:15. Public cordially Invited to .,
7:30: P. M.
Service, Wednesday
attend all services.
Rev. G. E. Cutshaw, Pastor
i Woman's Missionary Council bual- j

meeting at church 1st and
RAe! LiN61N CF LIFe FDA MEN nee
7:30 P. M. Church FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
-IOPAY 15 09.7'R i.fgggtWWN,6S.6 3rd Thursday Call First Christian
located at Christian and
Florida
Starke, ?
L -.- NA, Streets.
Church The Friendly Church Kev. W. J. Cburchwrll, I'Mtnr t "

I ST. M.%BKS's E P 18-00 PAL-

t Church School 10 A. M. Morning Churchwell I
Your Opportunity to Hear Rev.
in the. expense but the utmost in sin Prayer and Sermon, 11 A. IIof.I Sunday, Nov. 3 Sunday, November Jrd
; Communion let Sunday) .
5accorded' (Holy
verity; ,courtesy! and thoughtfulness Ser- Add 3 tablespoons chopped pars- {I Litany and Interce elon. Friday 11:00 A. .M.I 11:00 A. M. .The Love of Christ Constrain Me"S

'the. affairs; of ned in our eyTa beaten nutmeg eKgs. V4 t2"P"on."iJ n : 7:30: P. M. Holy Days, 10 A. M. I 7JO P. 31.-"The Giver-Peter" S

vice. y teaspoon Mix well. Bring pork stock Holy Communion. Church open'I II I Sermon by
C
a u; Drop dumplings from table dally tot prayer and rest. Service j I Dodd You Will Enjoy the Community Singing Spirit at

spoon. I Center open dally for Rev. Fred 7:30 P. 31.
reere-I
I ation. Church St. at I I


DEWITT C. JONES Attend Church At The I St. Mark'sEpiscopal

AMBULANCE SERVICE PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
] Church
Lawtey
Funeral Director;

STARKE: PHONE 7 Baptist Church W. E. Hall. Pastor
Church School 10 A. M. I

Our local funeral home enables us not to Sunday, Nov. 3rd :Morning Prayer and !
sertices;
offer conveniences and '
M.
11 A.
otherwise available. 11 A. :\1. 7:30 I*. .M. Sermon -- "Watch Our New Building Grow"J


:: furnlah the: service at the lowest prices aI Hear Church open IIly for prayer J
ANY COOS "Watch Our Membership
Insurance issued by rest Service Crater open
t and
ANY life icy in force, consultation Cover and allow to simmer for 10 Rev. E. T. Earnest for recreation. j
funeraL
k1' daily ,
u a bed 01 hot "
Payment In part or In Mil on minute serve CO
with &II 8II deed 1&-1.
!o luaU& TOP
obligation bmeo46 !i44-=- Grow"y




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rI )GE EIGDT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEORAPIi bTARIIE FLORIDA. mID.\-, NO\'E".IJ1f:

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Ij.1 JI '' Thomas, his wife -
the children will\ be missed as Bradfordites Attend W. H Mlddleton and Nolla EMlddleton .

At The Tabernacle they attended services regulart'yat I his wife,
widow.
Suwannee SingThe virv Adams Dicks a Do Your
the Tabernacle.The 11-1 It 111ciitrirr

Those attending the Tabernacle sponsors Mr. and Mrs J.' Suwannee County Singing

.. services' last Friday night hearda T. Quigley with Edna and Leonard -, Convention met In Llvt Oak last IN('OITN'I'Y. FtOHIDA Cnl'IIT. IIRADFOItl ID: CHAN: :

fine message by the Rev. SydL. Noegel and Vivian Hazen Saturday, and Sunday for a musical William. J. Theu. Plaintiff; vKHthcr <. ChristmasShopping

Reese of the Dinsmore Church I who accompanied them returned clinic, concert and general TheuM, Defendant. CaMe No.61150RDER .

Jacksonville. A musical saw soloby Tuesday ftom a tfelet vacation. finding. People Interested in
OK PUBLICATIONAND t1a.
William S. Parker added to I,They spent a few days at their Gospel singing were in attendance NOTICE TO APPEAR +

the interest of the meeting. I home in Hendernonvllle\ N. C., from Alabama, Georgia and Flor STATE, whose OF residence FLORIDA and toK address"theiTheun Early

Ml s Edna Waters conducted I I returning by way of Chattanooga ida. The Smile-A.While Quartettefrom IM unknown r /
Macon and the Southland You are required to appear on
the Youth Meeting Saturday and Tenn. The
I Knoxvllle Dayton pocdmher "e. 194*, In the above
night In a capable manner. The!, work was carried on in their absence Harmony Quartette from Gainesville named Court and cause, wherein

Waters family moved the first of by Dr. John McNelll and were especially featured. County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce shall publish, Bradford thlll

the week to South Florida and R. J. Gomes Those attending from Bradford Order In next four weekly l.. ueWltnemr ..
I County were Mr. and Mrs Tate my hand and official.
neat at Clarke, Florida, thin October so
Crosby Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby nl, IH8.OJl'CIAL! .
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Conner ( HISAf. A J. Thomas.
As. Clerk of until Court.Zacli .
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank If Txmglaii. CialnoHVllle. Fin wa9t
Norman and children Mr. and Atty. for IMf. lt-1 4t 11-2 '/,
Mrs. Russell Mr. and A
Norman
iv: ('IEl'i'IT'OI'Il'r. iiiiAnrnm s r"w' +
Mrs. A. D. Crosby and Mr. and (" IIY. Fl.OUIIJtl ttltXfKHV. : .

Mrs. H. 1
B.Kelly. Joseph .T. ReHT'in Plaintiff VII
The Purchase ofLEILA'S Alii'a_lloKun.U vfcndunt Cane N'o;

All Saints Feast 5172oiinnrt OF PUBLICATION : '

\ ANI NOT Iff: TO APPUAIt .e -
BEAUTY SALONBY At St. Mark's Today STATE OF KIOIIIPA to: Alice. ... '
KntrfLn. whose rttMldence and address
I I" % Mr. James Lambert "
Friday November 1, being' the LonirhurHt North Carolina.
Feast of All Saints, there will bea You are r"'I"lr.to appear on'' a.a
December 2 In the above
celebration of the Holy Com named Court t ::18. cause, wherein USE OUR CONVENIENT ,
munion in St. Mark's ,Church at plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford bn aiaea

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart 10 o'clock in the morning. Order County In. Telegraph next four hall weekly publish tantieeWltnenv this. LAY-AWAY' PLANA .,roy

Hallowe'en or the Eve of All my hand, and official.
Heal at Htark! )Florida this October
WHO WILL OPERATE IT AS Saints is widely celebrated as a 21th 1940.OFFICIAL Small Deposit on Any Article
folk festival, but it la often for ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
AH Clerk of Bald Court.J. Will Hold It for You Until Christmas .
gotten that All Hallowes Day
W.
K. Skipper.. Williams RI HART'S BEAUTY SALON has long been a religious festival Forsyth, Jarkonvllle, Florida. .
Atty. for Pit. 11-1 4t U.221V
which we give thanks for _
upon and Gifts for Girls Men
the example of those lives of the : ('Intl II' roi'IIT. mr>Fonn Toys Boys, ,
COUNTY, Fl.OHIUAl IN til<< .INCKMV. .
good men and women''who have Ladies Husbands Wives
Sweethearts
Highest Quality Materials
gone before us-Not only the It!. a. Taylor Plaintiff .v*. Molll1'aylor ,
teachers and martyrs of old Defendant, Cane No 5029.OKUER Fathers Mothers Brothers
great Sisters and All
YouHART'S OF PUBLICATIONAND Others!
3 Experienced Operators To Serve but those who stood for righte- NOTICE! TO APPEAR ,,. r .... ..
i STATE OF FLORIDA to: MolllTaylor .
war-those
in the recent
ousness .
whose residence and address
.. modern saints and our own beloved I I. unknown.

''! II "". ones who gave their lives or December You are 2,required 194, In to the appear above on Gold Medal Game Chest Electric Broilers

have departed this life. All who named Court and cause wherein
wish to attend welcome. plaintiff Reek divorce Bradford ""r" e GAMES For
are 52 NEW Tempting
Smokeless
County Telegraph hall publlnh this .
BEAUTY SALON ---=-- Order. In next four weekly ", ..ue.. a .Table Broiling
The customary First Sunday Witness my hand and official A Game
Parish Communion Service will seal at Stark, Florida, till October -

PHONE 149 STARKE FLA. take place in St. Mark's Church I (OFFICIAL 28. 1846.SEAL) A. J. Thomas. t' For Every Week 16.95

Sunday November 3, at 11 o'.I AM Clerk: of said Court
H. O. Brown Htarke, Florida In The Year
clock. Sunday School will be at
Atty. for Plf. 11-1 4t 11.22 I.
10 o'clock.On I. ROYAL CHEF
iv iRrriT roiitr. BRADFORD .
Monday representative men ('O"'II'TY. FLOIIIDAl IV' CHANKIIV. : .

Toilet 15c of the St. Mark's congregation Edward<' : .Lamar Phillip, Plaintiff' 1.19 p
Wrisley Soap will\ attend a Convocation of Men v,*. Ituth Phillip, Defendant. Can

of the Eastern Archdeaconry of No. ORDER H159.. OF PUBLICATIONAND .. .. t

2 for 25c Florida at the Church of the Good NOTICE TO APPEAR
in Jacksonville. There STATE'! OF FLORIDA to: Rut CHAMPION
Shepherd PhllllpM, whoM residence 1* llout LINE.... ,
they will meet with other Church No. a, Ileflln Alabama. e r e e ,
men to consider plans 'for the You are required to appear onP'cember Toy t'k
2. 194(1.( In the above
Church's work during the fall and named Court and cause, wherein '
Cake Bath winter. The meeting will begin plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Duck Pin .
Large Soap
County Telegraph hall publish this '
"'
'
with a service at }O o'clock. Order. In next four weekly issues. e Set ,
On Tuesday delegates of the Witness my hand and official >
,
25c per Cake seal at Htarke! "Florida. thin October 8.39
Woman's Auxiliary of St. Mark'swill J4, 194(1.OFFICIAL(. .
meet in Holy Trinity Churchin ( SEAM A. J. Thomas.
A* Clerk of said Court.II. .
Gainesville at 10:30: for devo- H. Dtlncan. 517 Lynch Bld..
.. tions after which their fall meet- .rrknnvtn, Fla. REYNOLDS .. .
NOW ,MOWING FULL m EXmas' Ing will be held it was announcedby Atty. for Plf. 11.1 4t 11-2 ALUMINUM'SAUCEPANS .

the Rev. Fred Yerkes, acting .lh'tTIT
1g rOI'H'r. nRn"'ORn ,
:Seals rector of St. Mark's, (-HI'MTV." FI.OIUUAl. IV CIlAV: -r
Paper TagsRibbon' ('EIIYMartha:
M TrtIme?, Plaintiff, v*. .. -1 '
-
James C". Palmer'. 1 Defendant see 1;
111 rmrtirr COURT nnAi>KoitiCOHH No. IUA2 .1' '
IV' CMAN- ORDBIl: PUBLICATION-
TV. FLOHIIlAl Solid Aluminum
ttcitr.Rnbrrt AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR 2-Qt. 1.15 :
H. Lant.. Plaintiff vi. El.l. HTATB OF FLORIDA to James -
Florence' Luhti, Defendant.. CaveN C. Pointer whose residence: I is un.knnw. 3.Qt.-1'32 iot ;
Yardley Old English Lavender Soap 0174. ... Double Roaster 6
t
ORDER OP PUBLICATION Yeu are required to appear on -
ANt>> NOTICE TO APPEAR December J, 1946 In the above namp Guaranteed For Life
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Elsie l l p Court and cause, wherein plain
: !. 3 CAKES FOR 1.00 Florence whose residence l tiff seeks divorce Bradford County
f and address"t.le' 111) Oak wooJ Telegraph shall publldh this Order

Avenue. North .lialvdun. New Jersey. In Witness next four my weekly hand:issues and offiola Esmond. SLUMBEREST BLANKETS .. .' 8.7S

You are required to appear on seal at Htarke, Florida, thl* Octo
December 2, mil, In the above her IG 1948.OFFCIAL WOOL, RAYON AND COTTON *
named Court and cause wherein ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford A.. Clerk of said Court .. ,
Stuffed Animals Now On
DisplayAt County Telegraph shall publish this Chas. R. Hess, 204-205 Realty Bid*. "
Order In next four weekly lemiee.WltneHM Jacknonvllle, Fla.
my hand and official Attv. for IMf. 11.1 41 Ili22 Ecko PRESSURE COOKERS, 4 1-2 Qt. .--13.93
Greatly Reduced Prices Heal at Htarke, Florida, this October ,
.
.
81 11148.OFdAL .
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas W.C.T.U. WITH EXTRA LID
An Clerk) of said Cnu..t.William .
D. Morgan Jacksonville, '
I
Fh. S TUB WRONG MIXA

Koch Store Atty. for Ptf., ll-l 4t 11-22 trite epigram anent drunk. Counselor BATH ROOM SCALES e 6.98
Drug driven accidents has It that ,
,
NOTICE Of IVTKNTIO'V TO APPLY .. ,. ,. ,
FOR V.""-*'1"0'11' Of Hl.AI'Nolle jraMollne and alcohol do not
I* hereby given that the mix. _
W14I undersigned owner of the fee Archery Sets for Children & Adults 3.98 u
W. Call St. Starke, ,Fla. simple title to the tract of land Hut they do mix! And as
hereinafter described Intend to apply never before! .
to the Board of County Commlaalonere -
-
of Bradford County, They mix at Inte..f't'UODIi.Tilt'S .
Florida, on the Ind day ft Decenttier mix arm and IPK, with.tlndshleldv .
A. D. 11148.t o vacate the plat Billy Boy TRICYCLES .Dolls) 1 Doll
\ .
of the eubdlvlxlon of I In nipt onIlwach. jeering. gear. 7.95
ITadford County, Florida\ (door. whe<>l gadgets; h Hid*. .
I wish
to announce comprising, the following doxrrlb-
.. The Went Half of the Hoiithweet tile occupant rar*. They Roller SKATES
that. I have taken over the Quarter the Houihimut and the Quarter Went Half of the of mix.. the v.i'tlms In argument" 2.98 up

Southwest Quarter of Section 34; mix 'statements to police, give '
of the and the. East Half of the Southeast DOMINION
management Quarter, of the Northeast united accounts to the Innuranoe .
Quarter and a strip of tend alongthe companies and mixed _
North side of the Northeast testimony to the courts Electric HEATERS
8.69
They _
STANDARD SERVICE STATIONCorner quarter of the HoittheAHt Quarter -
bounded on the South by mix up everything they con- f
Little Santa Ke Lake, In :Section tart Including hone who are ,,. "
2S: all I In Township 1 Smith 6 6 ..
Temple Ave. and Walnut St. ItHnir 21 East. Talluhaeeee Daneand trying to find a recipe furtheir
Meridian
:
'
unnrrambllng.
which mild plat I"'r..or.d In the' 3-Pc. CARVING SET.STempered feM
As of November 1 nfric-e of the Clerk of the Circuit They mix minds. and moral ,, I<
Court of Hradford County Florida, -I..tat Angeles Times Copied
.In Pint Hook I, at page 10 of
the iMilillo record of laid County from Florida Good News
A. J. Thomas and ,Eva Mae ,. ,?
M

Under Our New Policy ,, Stainless ;


V We Will Be Open for Business Clothingand Steel I'


1 'I'' Seven Days a Week 3.98 UP


And I Will Be Glad to Serve ; ShoesFOR 6

COMPLETE LINE OF Genuine Horsmann an

My Old Friends and Customers. '. Erranbee
SPORTING
GOODS With Natural Hair, Com

i,I. In My New Location Household lion Legs, Arms. Tun

.. Appliances Heal. Crying Voice:
The Entire
FamilyEvery
and Auto Accessories 3.45 up

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STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS day is bargain dayat


Farm

Certified Lubrication the * Home


Washing! Polishing 'Waxing





6 L. B.. 'Red'ALVAREZ ;1 STAR Store Auto Supply



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Section Two



09 FOR YOl11t BRADFORD @AtR It l ,


*OW ONLY A N1cXRb I COUNTY TELEGRAPH uTTwn. '

NOW COST*OMIT 5 CEhlTSANOXi

,
Official County Publication Established In 1877 ":


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-aLL..III SIXTY-NINE STARKE.!: .oRDA.FI DAY. NOVEMBER I. 1916 NUMBER TWO ;1

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Sample Ballot General ElectionTuesday Go To The Polls I':'\


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November 5th 1946 t AN EDITORIAL ,)


yake a Cross" (X) Mark before the Make a Cross (IX) Mark before the (No. 4)CONSTITUTIONAL. In theory, we have government by majority in this nation. In ':!
name of the Candidate of your choiceor name of the Candidate of your choiceor

i If you wish to vote a Straight Dem- If you wish to vote a Straight Re- AMENDMENT' practice we frequently have government by minority. 1,1,
,
ocratic Ticket make an X In the circle publican Ticket make an X in the circle "

. below: below: ARTICLE XVI A glance at the voting figures of our town county, and state will :
XVI of the Con-
To amend Article

stitution of the State of Florida by substantiate this. Time and time again, well under half of the reg:1:::1

adding an additional section providingfor

o /0 the appointment, by a concurrent istered voters go to the polls on election day. This is particularlytrue
resolution of the Senate and House of

Representatives of a director of the of local elections, and national elections in off-years when there

budget and to authorize the legislatureto t

DEMOCRATIC NOMINEESTo REPUBLICAN NOMINEESTo prescribe his powers duties, qualifications is i no race for the presidency. And when that happens, the "voice of

and term of office.
v 0 tea "Straight Democratic vote a "Straight Republican
ticket" make an X mark In the circle ticket"' make an X mark In the circle the people" is a small and ineffectual voice indeed.

above. above: I FOR THE AMENDMENTI Our ancestors fought for centuries to win and maintain the rightof


To be United State. Senator from To be United States Senator from I AGAINST THE AMENDMENT franchise. It is the basic guardian of free government-and of all

the State of Florida the State of Florida i t

for one* Vote for one: the other freedoms which are possible only under free government. !
Vote ,,
(No. 8)CONSTITUTIONAL .

I SPESSARD L. HOLLAND I J. HARRY SCHADTo AMENDMENT It is the first right to be abrogated by dictators-aa the travesties on ,


J I ARTICLE III SECTION 30 the "free" election system which used to occur"periodic tHy in Germany ..


In Congress from be Railroad Commissioner of the To amend Section 30 of Article III Italy and elsewhere prove. It is the greatest defense against
To be Representative of the Constitution of the State of
Florida
State of
Second Congressional District Florida providing laws making the appropriations -

of the State of Florida: Vote for one: for the salaries of public oppression. i ,,
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officials and all other
Vote for one: I CLIFTON D.--SCALP--- --- expenses of the employees State shall and contain pro- The citizen who fails to vote shirks a basic and inescapable re \

EMORY H. PRICETo visions other shallan !
I on no subject nor
appropriation be an Incident of tiny sponsibility. Go to the polls on election day and cast your ballot ;

other bill all State ,
appropriations
;
PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL except appropriations for the county for the men and measures of your choice. That is both a great duty ;

be Comptroller of the AMENDMENTSNo. : schools, counties, cities, or other political -

State of Florida ( 1) subdivisions of the State, appropriations and a great privilege.

for permanent Improvements and
Vote for one: CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT -
buildings for State Institutions as pro-

EDWIN O.: FRASERI Sections ARTICLE 1 and XX 2 vided for by laws enacted: at the 1915 Health Officials Urge I Cleaner Rest Rooms Blanding BuildingsWill

Legislature or prior legislature and far Greater Caution Will Prove Boon Go' To Vets
I An amendment to the Constitution pensions retirement funds and trust
1 to the State of Florida, to be known as funds, shall be Included In one general In Handling FoodThe I To Tourist Travel For Housing PurposesA
:Article XX, Sections 1 and 2 thereof,
; be Justices; of the Supreme relating to the consolidation, abolishing appropriation bill or any amendmentor Bradford County Health I An appeal to oil companies and bountiful, supply of dwelling
11 To or creating of certain county offices, supplement thereto, and shall be for Department is appealing to the filling station operators In the places for vetorana Is Indicated In ; ,
Mfc Florida
,./1-.. ,Court-." 'of.J., excepting judges of all courts and for no longer than two years. All ap- waitresses _and the management city _qf....StarKe ranfl surroundingarea I the ,announced' ale of 8,000 Armybuildings
'otfr -Jt the. assessment; oillectlonf. accountBig proprlationa made"prior to* the adoptionof of all Starke eating and drinking to malntaCn"clean. sanitary -at B1andlnt.' scheduled

and disbursement of municipal'taxesand this section which are contrary to< places to be m o r e careful of and properly operated rest room. to begin October 30. :
I l'AULD. BARNES assessments by county tax officers and Is being- made by the Bradford l Prospective bidders ,
s. In Orange County, Florida, and providing the provisions of this section shall expire their food handling practices were well
rules of aazilta- County Health Department.: r advised to look Into the matter of
ROY' 11: CHAPMANTo for referendum elections for acceptance as of July 1, 19U.t to tighten up on
and rejection of any law or tlon In their establishment TheHealth Department pointed -,.procedure. Aa outlined by M. M.
laws enacted by the Legislature of The Health Department points out that the tourist season has ParrUh, FHA director the planof
Florida aa provided therein. | FOR THE AMENDMENT out that proper foodhandllng already opened and It hope. that the sale will 'call for consider

plays an Important rote. in the I oil companies filling stations and able attention to army and federal

FOR THE AMENDMENT | AGAINST THE AMENDMENTNo. control of certain communicable their operators will feel more responsibility requirements anti municipal
| diseases and that too much emphasis I I toward presenting 'a building regulations.

be Railroad Commissioners of the |I AGAINST THE AMENDMENT can never be placed upon I sanitary front to out-of-state Minimum prices for,the bids, are

State of Florida the proper method of visitors. classified, for three types,of structures
( 8) Ing. Another fact Is fOOdhanII-1 I Sine* the city of Starke Is on : ,ax18-toot bulldlpgs; $38;;

Vote for two: (No. 2)CONSTITUTIONAL CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT tourist'. season has already opened, the main route south and large 10x4 3-foot building, $88; bar.
In Florida and numerous out- JERRY W. CARTERWT'BUR AMENDMENT ARTICLE V state visitor will eat In our city) ,I for service, creating a great por- The veteran must plan to use

C. KING ARTICE Vin and 1III hoped that employees In ness. ,his purchase for a home, and he i
To amend Article V of the Constitution -
12 eating places ,will feel more responsibility will not be allowed to buy more i
Sections 11 and of the State of Florida by addingan In presenting a sanitary receive the best that can be offered than one building suitable for a

To amend Artlle VIII Sections 11 adlItional.ectioD providing that the front to these visitors, both In the way of sanitation and residence. If he lives In -a town

and 12, of the Constitution of the Judge of the Court of Record for for our protection and for theirs. sanitary rest rooms. which has a building code, he will
State of Florida, as adopted at the Escambla County and the County Solicitor Now Is the time for the management Filling: stations no longer mere be required to secure a 'permit
General Election of 1944, providing for ly sell gas and oil-they sell ser'
Sections and to of said county shall hereafter be to Inspect establishment from municipal officials.This applies -
I To be Representative, Bradford County amend renumbering said Sections of said 11 and 12, pro- elected by the qualified electors of for faulty utensils, and vice. Rest rooms; should be kept. to Starke and'Interested exervlccoien .
clean and
Vote for one viding that In the county of Hills- said county and providing for the first equipment. Rusty sliver ware, spotlessly always pro, ; should apply for at
; vided with soap, towels, and other
borough, State of Florida, the countytax election of the said Judge and the Slid cracked cups and dishes should be materials permit at the City Hall.

N. D. WAINwRIGHT' JR. assessor thereof shall assess all County Solicitor to be held at the General thrown away as a number one sanitary Some oil companies have After, Its purchase., each struc- <
property for all State, County. 'County must nattered and chipped utensils promoted ture must be removed from the j i ,
School Districts, SpecialTax Election In 1948; fixing the \beginning vigorous rest room programs
School Board, for the '
I make good hiding places camp by buyer.
j Municipalities have found that It' .
School Districts and and length of their term and and
Tax germs. They are virtually Impossible To qualify the veteran must
that the county off financially. A customerwill
providing providing any vacancies prior to that pays
;
shall collectall to clean and sanitize. lubmlt four executed forms to the
collector of said county date shall be filled la manner 'not drive a few miles farther to
To bo County Commissioner, Bradford taxes BO levied and providing that Waitresses should maintain a have his car serviced In order to FHA office, sixth floor of the
County:'-District Two the powers, functions< duties and compensations to extend beyond January 1949; pro- clean neat appearance at all make use of clean and properly Greenleaf Building, Jacksonville.
of said assessor and collector viding vacancies shall be filled by appointment times. Such an appearance doesa /Bach!: form will be accompaniedwith
rest rooms.
Vote for one: shall be fixed from time but to time exemptIng by- by the Governor,, and confirmation lot not only for your customers operated Dirty unkept rest rooms are a the' statement "Will use this

E. L. CRAWFORDTo the Legislature of Florida Florida, from the provisions by the Senate and for the morale but your 'own all well. menace to Health of the traveling priority rating to purchase a
,
I Plant City date of such structure from the War Depart
amendment. expiration appointment Wash your hands often. Keep public and serve as a means ()fdilleaa.
I 'I., of said finger nail short and clean. And, transmission. ment or War Assets, for my own :

keep your hands off your face and "Keep clean rest rooms and In year-round occupancy." The local
I FOR THE AMENDMENT FOR THE AMENDMENT away from your hair. so doing business. will be Increased permit, It Is announced, will be

be County Commissioner, Bradford THE AMENDMENT Waitresses should always wear by the satisfied. customers submitted with form NHA 14-156. !
County-District.Four I AGAINST | AGAINST TIlE AMENDMENT hairnets when on duty. Loose hair who will In turn act as y..,ur ..tatlon's 10 per cent deposit must accompany I'I'A
the sealed bids.
not only presents an untidy appearance ) travelling representative
Vote for one: .N .but hair carries thousands throughout the country," the Lest the veterans be discouraged ,
No. 3)CONSTITUTIONAL ) '
( of bacteria and should not Health Department spokesmansaid. by the various announced requirements
T C. CHASTAINTo AMENDMENT be allowed to hang loose and blow he Is advised to con-

ARTICLE VIII over food. There Is nothing like tact the FHA at hi. earliest convenience -
the proverbial hair In the soup Girl Scout Troop for further Informa ,;
amend Article VIII of the ConsU- from an esthetic viewpoint to say tion.
.. To State of Florida by ad- POLLS OPEN nothing about the health hazard. Has New LeaderAn It Is believed that about 2,500of
be Member Board of Public d""rthereto additional sections provldmm- > 'N Be careful about open abra- the,8.000 buildings will be soldto ", ;
of the
Interaction, Bradford County Ing tyofthFloda.roshalll sions. Cuts on the hands and Important meeting veterans on October 30th."I
County, State Girl Scout Troop was held In the 1-
District One Bay all State, County arms and pimples on the face are The sale will be offered under j,
for Thursday
assess all property to be levi- filled with Staphylococcus, a bac- Church Service Center Joint management of the FHA, j f |
A. M.
Vote for municipal taxes 7:00 3:43 o'clock. Mrs.Edward .
: at
one afternoon :
School ana County teria peculiar to the kln. One Burns the newly elected WAA and the Army en<
J. S. (Buddy) NORMAN pimple can carry enough bacteria .
leader, was In charge.We
to make IU\ an entire city AUK SM/FKKT/ : LONG :
block of pI1"IIOM If allowed to wish to thank Mrs. Lemuel Noah's family consisted of eight 1 I
Colson and Mrs. H. C. Brown for ;1J
when entered the ark.
POLLS CLOSE contaminate food by Improper people they
the splendid work they have doneIn Your were women,, the wives of :
handling.
the, past and we are very Noah, Shem' Ham and Japheth.
'to be Member Board ef Public Handle tableware properly. Pick
have Mrs. Burns as our
the bottom and happy to I The ark was 823: feet long, and as
from
Instruction Bradford County glasses .
up I
be the leader. Urge as a modem liner or battleship
shall by
District Three of Florida. P. M. knives, forks, and spoons -Alice Lappe, Clara Thomas
7:00 used
the Legislature handle-never touch the part that : Pitch, still widely by f
ScrlbeeStapling
Vote for one: will come In contact with the cur ;shipwrights, was also used by
IFOR I THE AMENDMENT tomer's mouth. machine. HcoU-h tape, Noah\ to make the ark water

H. B. CROSBY THE AMENDMENT No sweeping please, while customers paper punches, all typV amount : light

I AGAINST are eating. book, ring binder, and many '
--- Never touch butter with your other Item at th* Bradford C.\Kp OK THANKS
;
--- are used A I II vIDe, I located his business here two I hands It should be picked up County Telegraph. I We wish to exprens our deep j f

delivery of;:mutely five patterns supply of months ago. The plant Is housedin only with a fork spoon, or tongs. appreciation to our many friends .'
'
early unlimited Doctorl!
!fat and expected I I virtually be- :'Madison and And keep your thumb out of tar the kindnesses extended to
Cover machine' and cloth is now the Cay building. By following these simple rules !
Company 1 additional anDounc-1 I fiber leather the for the beautiful flowers,
two Ward obtained. Ward said. Court streets. soup waitress or a of everyday habits of cleanlinessyou I us, and
dds New Machines; Proprietor Roger expecta shortly to I!Ing being sold in an It Is slated that the number of If you are a ill don't can keep a good taste In,,during our recent bereavement.
ed the company of .0 I The cover are Ocala to orders well exceed the supply foodhandler and become customers mouths and go a Mrs). R. N., Crawford Jr.. and %i.
apt capacity I from doingyour your '
I so
Up Production By
work.
doable its present of ..lxseam'tre'ees area extending by truck that the firm's output Is being continue to toward] controlling diseases finally: Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Craw
personnel I with deliveries but Illness to long way I I
A savannah, spread your and i
Sr family.
daUy. employed -, M rapidly as facilities may lord ,
sell are Increased !
ContinUed expansion of the re- and cutters ahlU'In and railway expreu.Ward the person you serve-See your I
Seat CorI. -hour with the Green permit.
Z-Ublished Ward two ,ight formerly ,
'OIIIIP&I1y" In on of tailored of Jack*,lI-
week
was seen this Company
manufacture Seat Cover
k the roxl-, .
Grn'e 31-51 In apP
procurement of a Scotch plaids
electric sewing machine. covers. (
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I .....OE TWO BRADFORD COVNTT TELEGRAPH, STARKK FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMIIP.R.:. : IorUE t[,

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11 '" TO APPH/11 AND QUALIFIED VOTERS OF BRAD Reddish Willie M.Reddlnh. Bmlth Lonnle C.'I William'aylor Cauthen Jra. Faxon. ,, William Austin J.D.Fender K. T. S HesterHtewart. ode O. Vol."an. Hutto
ALL PERSONS HAVING OR UEGSTERED app u i I'Habten. i
TO Jaa. V. Fender Mrs. A. .1.
CLAIMING ANY INTEREST !NAND FOR GENERAL ELECTION. Redding, Hor..c.Heddleb. MaggieBmlth Thomas, Allen Cannon C. C. MI
B. S. Crews, Clarence ,
TO THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED P. 1. J. J. Thurnton. l. F..rr.ly. Hedge, i !
R. L.Finley .
NOVEMBER 5 1916 Crawford F.Chambers 1'
Rosier. A. Smith, J. R. Tavlor J. Hodges, ,
LANDS! Ethel I UiiueneFlyer 1
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The Northwest Quarter (?\?? ) Reddish. Mrs. Belle Sapp, Oerow Thornton William )tihiilgew.Iftiliitigtqw.. i "

except two (2) acres In Nt.rih- Precinct No. 1-Lawtey RedUnh. Viola IH..lnl. I'V.. Taylor. Mrs. Edna Mae Julia Ann ., I"' \
Mrs. Drew. E. Trmde, Oullda Crosby. Mr*. N. KtiHgle, KathrynFiaifle I .II h
C.
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west Cornor and two (2) acres H.ddillh. Smal. 1. Kenneth B. Crawford HosleCrawford I. W.l'II'awL .
J. Luther
Rosier Thompson
In Soutbivost Corner of Soithwesl Dlnklns, Josephine Jenkins. Joe Q. "trlckland. 10..y. Margai.t
A Willis Marlon John A. A.
(KW'4) of Northwest ,,, Mary Raulerson, 13. M. SI.u.Jrdl. Thornton Juan, .,
Quarter Arwood. H. B. 1 bbs, A. D. Johns, Catherine Chester W. V.
Quarter (NW'i) and except Nora P. Dobbs, Lonnle KKnlrht. Iteulenion E. J. S.I.. Tear '. I'utch. 1aul. Herdsman, II
heretofore.. .oM t..1 Arwoo. Rowe, Claud.H.ld Jesse .. Thornton Oracle Chandler Mrs. Coro T Mary F. s.
11 4.14At'r"n Durham Mrs. O. W. Wilbur Leon
J. R Sarah Crawford Bailie Franklin, John 1*. i
Emma ,
Sweat
In 1) R. Thompson Mr.
Sidney II. nodd In SoutheastQuarter A nderison. Andrew DeLoach J. W. K..I..y. H. C. Alfred L. Elmer Cook D. Franklin, Angle Hutto. Tinman p
ElvaRaulerson Thornton.
(8E"i> <> NorthwestUuarter I Anderson. J. M. Davidson OrantDavidson M. Eunice Reddish ttarln.. Rueben Cook LucilaCook Faulkner Irene Huugliu, Paul'
'N W",t ; Southwest Quarter Austin, HrownleAustin Margaret Knight Fannie' Mae H. Clyde J. J. Thornton. Carlos W. A. Faulkner Paul H. Harris., V H.1a'rl" .
Mrs.
Reddish Smith Thornton.
(8WV4 of Southwest Iuart"rHIW'4) : Duhart Isaaa Jessie Mae UryReddish ,
Mr. J. S. King Kunnell
NapoleonFuller
I. Lee Collins ClydieCarter Ceci
'2) acres In the Mary JaneRosier Sutton Dal.y Thornton. ,
.not two .
Austin Davis Will King, Roy '|
1u..n.Au.Un. William W. M. Harold S.
H. ,
tt Arneta Starling Thornton. M
(SW14) << (7.
Northwest Quarter K. Knight, H. 1u.I"n. Jam. w
Hu.h.y Columbue Truby Conner, loran Falroloth, J.
Southwest Quarter (swV4)ccPm. Edwards, Wm. II. Wilbur Raul..on. N.H. ".I.rll. Thornton. 8. ,
Au.tln. Kh'kllnd. JeffSellers. Thornton. EarlleThomas Crosby Mrs. Iris M. Falrcloth, Lottie Jennie M
$In the corner Raulerson Llllle lr. '
menclng at an Iron Edwards Mamie Lou A. .
C. C.And..r"onJ Knight Sum
And..nn. D. B. H. R. J.Flnley. Hilard.
Clifton Carter,
Lake and extending) $" Rowe, Mr. GladysRaulerson Fr..man. .
of Sliver J. P.
Alice 1unlc. Kemp Elsie C. J. U. A. J.Orlffln. p.ul
S. JrStarling. Carlton .
long the lake shore Eastward.. ohnD .W. H. Jr. Kite, Daniel L. William Bhuford > Thomas Heller, Harry
ArnettTlHdale II.Crum G
Lor Ina Thompson Colley, Margery
And. also hnginn.Pic: at; Northwest Edwards Kula. M. FranclMKuhns Raulerson Amanda Hutching
Kersey
L. Louise Ellxah C. A. Thos. J. AtOll M I
Reddish R.
corner of -"ontheast Quarter Alanaon M. Edwards, William H. J. W. It..rln. Hartman.
Blanchard Edwin VIolejpchurch C. B. Green EddieGreen L""n line
($re'4) of Southwest' QuarterBWVl 1Ianctt..rd. Itobt. A. Jr. Knight, Mrs. 8. C. l..ddl.h. Rue"l.HafUe. Sarah Tllmpllvn. Cannon. Clifford Charlie W. Hardy, Cha.. l it
of Bectlon IS. thence run L. P. Bmlth Cannon
( ) Edward.. T. C. Hunt Mm
Routh 1320 feet thenc' East' 82 I Blackburn Dro"n. Mr..Minnie T. S. Eunice, James H. Knllht. Johnny Rhoden Clarence F. Stuokey Erth.. Crew l J. W. B. Cook. Mr. D. S. Green, Bverette 13.. Hunt, T. A. T A
Lorena Lorenxa
,
feet thence North 1320 feet flanchard, Anna M.D..nnet. Eunice, Jr. L".. Will Rosier, Alice Starling tpchureh. Crum Green u
thence West 825 feet to point oftbeginning. \ C. B. Kills, J.JF.B. Connie Reddish, Ida Mae Starling, Harold Conway, W. L. m Green, Willie B. Hare.man.1, .. | .
1 1-
And also beginningat J. Evan., James L., Mabel Robersun, B. Sllcox, MinleeStarling Verne, Ev.r.t Carlton R. A. Green Adam Hyde, Eric H -" p
'nRaf' Pearl Jr. Green Jefferson.
the Sonthwest Corner of Northeast Berry, Sara Kills, Daisy Lewis, A.' M. Rhoden. : W Cox Raleigh R Holland, Iiu ,ii i
Quarter (NP'i! > of Boiithwest L >., t Stewart, Arthur Baster Coleman Joe Green, Fannie \ i
: : ] John P Lewis, Mrs. A. M.t.llle Wlklnllon. Hunter, Hu
Hlllard. Ulysses ', > |ii
Clara TowseyWhltley Jtnsa M.
Quarter of HertlcnU Alice Solids, 8. J. J. J. Rowe, Stewart Clark, .frn 8. rMarley
thence run East 947 feet B.lard. M. E. M. Reddlah Ruth Sapp. Bessie Julia Cox' Rone G..ha. Hester, J. Harley
T. n ,
Fut.b. '
thence .North 1000 '.f."'. h. m>a It.nn..t. L. H. Ruhn B. D. $app. Jamie WilkinsonMartha Carlton.WlLI&rdChandler. < lila 'Halle Ella

West 947 feet to a point In 'II"' ttennett. 'oPnn.t .utcb..L Jr. Rosier, Flossie A. Sepp. Mr. .. D.Bapp. Wilkinson, Bryant 'AncllCrummell Griffin. Islamic B. \
Futlh. tell.rlc. Truby L. How.re. Ow." J.
vet Lake" .. fIf.100ilre ti Futch Lee, ArthurMier. Rosier Clifton 'Valnwr..bt. Nathaniel Oreen Mae Culvl-
.ngJ
to point of T. H.D.on.t. Futch Gertrude M Rosier, J. E. Jr HIPP, Elton Walnwrl.ht. James H. Crummer Fannie mean Nelson T. Holland,
said lands lying and being In Stokes, H ..R.Sllcox Conway Lillian F. Green Pearlle Be-ryi
Mrs. Llxmle Futch M. H. Lee BIg.
HaroutunUt,
rlnM |I':,.a ,i}
Francis
Section Thlr'oen. Township Eight Enca Futch H. E. FlattieMyers Reddish, nMt D. R. Conner James Lucian Green, Ruby Howard
(8) South Range Twenty-two. '""trdjo Futch Robert O. Moor., Belle Ho.l..r.. Sullivan, James P. Wooten. .Jessie Churchwell Lillian B.Churchwell .- Griffin, Aneda Holtxendoif\rii i. \\
I Mary Wllmont L. B. L. Green lire J..
Reddish W. W. B.
H. D. Futch Mm. Joyce Moore, W. H. Slarlnl. Wlkenun. IIJ eli
iPepne'sVl'ng | J.nn.t. .. Mabel
Jam.
from the plaintltf'a'eworn Jane E. Futch Lacy R.Futch Miller, MamltMyers Rowcll Grace Helen Crawford Griffin E. L. Ei- ,. x
Bill of Complaint on file In Bradley, N. M. Nora E. Josephine Heddl.hi Oeorge Starling, Freeman R. Wilkinson, F1. D.Wllkln.on. Crawford. Dewltt O..n. Lloyd J. foland. .
the case of Jessie Taylora Stewatt' Bradley, H. H. Ferguson >V. R. Minor, EffleMiller. neP Starling J. E. George Coleman Jessie Ray Gray, Abrah..mOrlf. 101y. n II
,
widow vs. Charles. Cohen etalfl. Boles, Alma Ferguson Edith Lonxo RosierCarl Starling, Sidney Wllkerson A. J. Coleman. R. V. George H.nker..n. Suui'
Hall
.. said. cause pending In the Circuit -|I J"o Jarlle Feller, "aaeF..nnln. Joe Rl don, ". W. Starling MagdalineStarling Wllkerson, W. El. Cressler, M. ., Len TomHolm.l. .

Court of Florida. Eighth Judicial 11., Theodore ., M.1'u.at. Moore M.rr. James H Rosier Lorena Nancy Wlkenon. D. a. Conner 'ro''y U. Green Inex A. Hunt Julia" 'w'I.1'

Circuit In and for Bradford. Boles, J. A. E. a. Moore. Thomas .. Rosier, Carlos Khuinan, Grace \Vllk''lon. W. J. Crawford. Ronnie ** Garrison. Oussle }Iathcock

County. which cnuse Is Ii suit to Blackburn Amandalirownlna Joe / Morgan, W. Redgrave., John H. Shuford. Clyde H. Whlebead. C. R Crosby William Green T. Seattle Hall LlsxliHankertton. Hatl .

quiet title '.* the above described. ;. Rachel Forsythe,.Maggie Moore, Mrs. I. Rice A. Fred 81.rln. Freeman R. E. L Cr.wl. Louis < Orlffls, Oodson I

lan.ls. that tt.e respective residences. Uertla Franklin B. J. Moseley H. W. Rlc. Viola A. Mrs. Markee \Vlk.r"on. .1. Crews BeHHle Mae Green, Mr. 8. Ines Hall. Anti, 1.IZI.
and tlacea of address of the defendants. nrownln.' Van Rivers EsauReed Strong E. W. Harry Hazel Dyer Grant. Isaac .
Morgan
'I R. R. Wlk.non.
Chare Cohen and 1 I U.nn..tt. .ut..h. JosephItaulereon. Strong, W. .. l Cr.lll.r. Hutson John Henr
I Browning;.. David Moore Mary. Wat.. Cox. .. B. George, Emma C.Orlffls II.rman ,
Cohen big wife: William Curry and B.Oles flrlffls, John B. Morgan, Ella J. 0., "tronl. O. C. Wainwright B C. Carmichael Mr. A. C.Carmlchael. A. F. .MMU
Enpnonla: Curry, hit wife: R. n. Roberta, Beatrice C. H. Wyrlck John P. Griffin 1ulhell. Hull
Y.ni, Urlffls, R. B. Mathes J. F.Morgan tcott. A. C.Crawford. Henry B. Mrs
Clayton and ______. Clayton. hi.. Bailey Clrlffls, C. L.Orlffls Joe Roberts, P. T.Bmlth "mlh. Otis Wyrlck. Lola E. OtisCarlisle Graham William H. J..en. iIci.l| ElSe, ]
Hlrl"y.
wife: Michael Wade ami ---- a Fred Wilkins, T. A. Orlffls i ft
Ell
Ruth ,
Bradley W. K.t..nn.t. John W. Mays, E. llankerson .
Wright" .and I. ,
Wade, his wife: W. II. Richard Harold WalnwrLght. Maude rraln
Annie B. Green Ernest
Orlffls .
Mr. Ina Richard C. Moore. W. F. tarllnl. Crawford
,
?_..--- Wright his wife: ..and J. H. Urlffls Joe 8.OrlfflH Monds, J. H. Strong Robt. Jr. Lon Wllkerson, Harry Coleman. B. A. Inner, Martin E. II Harley Jr. Alon.i lon,
I .
B. Zeall J. C. Ifolsror, J. Jtlng.8r. Blount, E. M L Connie 8.Orlffls Monk T. L.Monelpy "w..t. Leavy Starling, .. B. Warren Ethel Colley, J. R. inner Martin Ifl. 8r.Oelger .' HendersonV
.. .and Mary I. King a. the sur- Brown Ionic Edward p.arl. VeatrlceSwindell Warren. J. 10.Wilkinaufl Conner Herman T.Crosby O. C. v
Georgia Halnvs
of Run,
and trustee* Wimot .
vlvln,. directors
Orirfls Mi Bam KaU.Valnwrl.bt. Mrs. Effle P. R. I
Company are Bradley H.I.I 'mleUrlfflH Morgan, M. M. In.ln. 1.1. trlrln. Halnes, i.ev-ii
nrnoklvn Land C.
the Strung, George \ Henry
Moore LenaClark ,R. W. L
Brown Lacy EasterGriffin. F. : Cook Harris
and W. o
plaintiff:
to C
unknown your Sapp, J. StarlingKathleen Leon
Wllkerson
.ronn In the State' B.owl. Joe ., J. IA Moseley. C. i'aJ'Slarln. Mora Orlffls John Hutcheson iMifnrd
that Florida there Is the no "service of a eul..- Wlbu.Bellot. Griffin, R. A. Manning R. 1. 'F'l'iadell Waters. louleWilkorsen Crews, Raymond Orlffle, Llllle Hankerson. <

"f .. whom would bind the Luill. B. Godwin J. O. Manning, Eva Itarlnt. JonephThonipcins GladysWllkerson Carter, E. H. Oreen, RoscoeOreen. Hunt Elsie Mae
peenn u". Bellot, It. Urlffls, C. B.Oodwln Mandy .Ueorlla Ola EdithWllkeraun Carter, Marvin H. Pauline
either of them. M.nnln" Hogsed .
raid. defendants or T. 8 Ji,
Tlitdals, MollieTaylor H..nn.ttWllkln."n.
That. It l is the hellef of the plain .Brannen W. T. M. Eva lannlnw. Florle I. CI.monll. William D. hinter, Nancy Harper, U H
Starling, A. J. OnleThornton. Geneva .
Hox. Janle Pinkie
Qrlffls. Percy H. Clark. S R. IlajBten
defendants Orlfill.
tho said areeach Janice
tiff that the "" Brown, Mrs. A. M. Orlffls Mat tieOroves Motes Beatrice Starling, L. R.Starling R. 'Vlkenon. Bt.la Clark Mutton Lee. WinifredOrlner I R

over is R"on*)flIT ORDEREDthat ; Barnes, .0. M. W. D.Oreen Manning( C. E.Minieley LulaStarling Thornton, J. F. Cadle, WarrenCad Zora. unman Vonda E

the defendants. Charles Cnh..nIInd Barnes, Ethel W. E. OeorgeManning. Alfred Thornton. OertleThompson. Wainwright, A. A. l... Victoria Orlfla. R. A. Inman, .Goonl'
Blocker Nelson I". LouieMoseley Starling, J. C. Marvin Walnwrlght Mrs. H. C. Floyd Hb
.._.:. Cohen.his wife.: William 011"1" Sml.yUaN"lnll. StarlingNellie Terry. Thomas J.Thompson Frances o Inman, Carolyn .
Belle, Prank O W. M. Gunter D. D.
Wbl..head. Ellery
Curry and Kuphenla Curry,, Dav. unman John 8.
his wife; R. D. Clayton.,.. .? .Jrt.! Bullook, John Q. Galleynrlffls Morgan, Mrs. Llllle Starling, IlazieStarling NancyStarling I.Sheldon B. I.Tlomp..on. Nellie Inca Green Robert O.Orlffls Inman. Frank
Willie
Michael Wade Blight' Daniel Elsie Edna Warnock Davis Lewis A. LeonardOrlffle Inglorjght I
Clayton bin wife: .
and _.. Wsde, Ills wife and tl..I.y. A. L. GriffiN, WalterOrlffls Mo"el.y. George W. J. Tbomplon. Margaret L Warnocte, BerdleWilson. Davis, Lee Ferryman Pearl :0'
Strong, ThomasSuber Thompson Mr. LouThompson Effle IIII.rl"hl.
J. B. Zeall. J. Bnlslar.. J. 1. King.Br Beanloy. VlrilnBeasley EllHtmOrlffls Manning Mrs. Laura D.rby. Annie E. Griff Is, Nellie
Alonio W. Arthur Moore, 4el.'on Fond Mrs. Delia Wilson, A. E. Orlffls.
.
1. and Duncan
., and Mary King If alive, IV. If.rtba Johns, Cor ley
Strong, Battle Williams O. M. 3,.
If dead, the unknown hnlrs at law. Brown Hanmel Orl"N. Clyde Manning, ClarenceMuMeley T.rry. M. JllaTann..r. Duncan. M. Guy Johns, Jeff
legatees, devisees or grantees. of Frown Mary riopKle A.Orlffls Carle Strong, SualeStrong Lu.1 William. O. M. 8r.Walnwrl..ht. Denmark Emily Griffin, HenryOrlffls Johns s. K

each of the above name.il. partiesand tfrunrr, K. L. W. UOrlffls Moore, Rona Lee Alice .' Thomas C. Herbert. Drlskell DurehlllDavis VascoOrlffla Jenkins perry II
Smith, R. C.Starling. Thornton. W. T. .
.. Mettle Truby Moore, Edith GeorgeWalnwrlght
all persons claiming any right Charlie H./ Mandy Jones, j. c
In and to th&- property Brown, Purvis Green, Richard H.Grove. Moneley, Clyde Alb..rtNlarln. T.ln..r. Dave F. P. Clinton
title Judd
or Interest D. A.
described above and 'n the Drown J. 8.Crews .. Mr. Ellen Moseley.. Juanita ., LI..I.Pt.rlnl. .Fannie, Taylor Iln. Onle Worthington, C. U.Worthington Dauth..rty.. Herbert A. Gr.en.,Brit. Jones, Cora II

Bill of Complaint filed herein do V lackIng Jean Moore, Mrs. Lois Mrl. Taylor Pauline Burden Elolse Orlffls, Pearl Johns MamieJohns .
appear on the 23th day of Novamher H. 7.. .trims Lou Annie Manning, HonorMortoq ford, O. P. Terry, Elizabeth Wal 'J. E. Jr.Young Bowling Cleone M. Orlftls, Rollln R. Mrs. Julia

A. D. 194K to answer the said Crawford W. Robert Groves, Wiley Thomas H. Shu J. R. Thornton CaINI. V Duncan, MargaretDuncan (looter. Horace Jones, Jackson
Crews. Frank M. Droves, B. W. Boone Clarence starling WillieStarling Thornton E. B. George F. J.
filed against them
Bill of Complaint K. (I. Goodman Mr. Ruby Jones, Kerrol
st the office nt the Clerk of theCircuit demons, W. C. nrlfflH. KlliaOrlffls Miller, L. J. ., Joe Mrs.B.NettleShuford Thode Thornton, Richard R. Yarbrough, Ella. 1. Bowling, E. J.Dowlna. Ounter, Joe Jones,. Emma I.

Court In and I.r Bradford Crawford Robert N. J. F. Moore Jessie Edw.rd Yarbrough, Charney M. Delle Gunter, Seller Johnson Pearl
thl. Order Coleman George Oscar a. Myers, Claude Smith, Clifton Thornton Georgia L. .
County Florida nnd that O.llll. R flrlffla. Hticlf
be published: In the BradfordCountr Coy, Laura WadeGrlftiss Myers, Abraham Starting .. L Thornton Mania Yarbrough Aaron J. Drlskell Hobrt, Onann, E.M.Oentry. .ohn..n., .H.'nlc F

Telegraph a newspaper Cooper, Lucy Curtis T. Morgan Claud. A. Darby Jean J. L. Johnson .
nnhllshed In Brndfi-rd County Floft Carradln., F, R. Orlffls, N. DawaonOrlffls McCartney Chas. I Precinct No. 2 .-North Starke Dink In.., L. F.Dlnklns. (Orlffls Ancll W. Johnson, Finest, Z

Ida, onoe a week. foe four consecutive Crews, "'. R. I.aur. lcCI.nnan. Leslie Thelma Ounter, Tom Jordon, Roy
weeks before the return date Crew. T. S. OIN"DI W. R. McL.an. EII.ab.th A Benn..t. Mrs. Annie M.Breaxeale. Decandlo. Leonardo Glllyard. Daisy George W.

stated In this Order and Notice.WiTNESS Clark F. 11. LlovdClreen. McCarthy K. Adklna, Andrew Z Barbara C. Davis R. J. Orlder, R. H. Johns, Charles A.

my hand and the seal Castor J H. William McLean, W, V.McClennan. Alman. Joseph Barnes, Alex I,. liardfen, John W. Davis Luclle To turn Green, Clinton Johns, "i. S.
of this Court on this' the lint day demons 1. C. Urlffls. W. E. MableMcSwaln R M. Jr. H.n..y., Newnan D. arden, Ora Dooley C. M. Griffin, Murvln L Johns A. <.la A.

of Octdher ,A. D. 1111. at Btarke, Carter, OwenCrawford .Irooves. ClarenceOrlffls Cullena Alvares, J. ., Frank h irown. L.ucileEdward.. Darby John M. Green Levy Jackson V.

in this State apt I'.Iald. Peach Truby McHwaln, Margaret Alvarez, Alonxo L. ",.nl. Rogers B ryan, ,Mrs. Mae D.rby. Charles! A. Orlffls, J. W. Jenkins, Winnie L
A. 3. 'FIlOM demons, II. (Jrlfflx. Mack McClcndon. Alvarea hone Ah
T. Brit Bradley Bryan, W. B. Davis, Frank Grlffls, MelvlnGrlffls Judd
Clerk Circuit' Court, ItradfivrdCounty I Cooper J. 8.letter Oasklns M. C. McOuIre, Mltch.1 Adklns. 101.Ald.rman. Ja.w.U.: James Ba.nke. Geneva. Dobbs, Alton Mamie .ondon, RI".I. I
\ C. '
Florida I t. 'Oasklns Myrtle ... J.V.. O E J. Jr. .
SEAL "I Chensi, J. A. I Ulnsklns Jeanette Norman 1owlnl. U.ICII. Sidney Jordon Mattie ..1.ohnson .
) ,* :V Carrie Alvarez, O. RufuHAlvares Biggs, Ethel U..linanott Cooper, L. Grace S. O. -' Edwin
Jordan. Laionbv A Oell .rr *1 1Attorneys Crews. John Griffin LJnnle L.UrlftlH Norman S. Annie J. Everet P."J %V.. 2etsiclniis.
Jam.. C CroBhjr Rufus M. Douglas, ?.Iildred"it. j' Garner; Mrs S. .
Crews
Curlennings
for Plaintiff.. i M WesleyCrews LolphUa.kine Norman, J. N. Alvarea, HAndreu 'Baxter. Anna Colley, John F.
10-2S t 1115. ,, l .. J. H. NormanW. F, Hatt.. Uro.nle., John M. Conner,.L. L. Dyal.Doty. Lwr..nc.. George, Ida M. 'J Mm L. H
Eva
., Crews,. r I.. Orlffls, B.rthaOrlffls Norn..n. Roy Alvarev, Tate Q.Andreu. Hagwell. Esra Cone QeorgeCroHby Duncan J. C. 'Gentry J. L.IllgdonOasklns. Jones Jennings, D..'. u H.
{ Mrs.
'art. O".NaUodwln. Norman ('. W. Brownlee, iiiiryohns
roTTitT. ISRADIPeRD EdithAlv.r. Mary B. W. T. Duncan. .
) CRCU.' IN Crawr ; 133. C. T.' N.w.om. Perry ..., H. V.Anderson Bryant. Fred B. Cooper C. N. DeLoach Emiy. Green Oasktns, R. Mr.A. Lena, J Charles L
-
&HAI. Jordan L.
'I'hom.a R.
Mary E. Oasklns ( Newsom L
CEUIY.3uanit CiaI' Ilaiiyet.lniffi. Pit Alice Bryant. Nolan Crosby R. R. DeLoach, Mrs.
Green Mrs.
Oliver E
James. Edward. Kd"ar, Carradlne, Stellaarmictla.i tJordan Norman, Thedo Alvarea Mrs. EmmaAlvarea Brawn Ancle Cooper, Charles R Day E. Johns Loin
W. M. Green, Martha Norman, Llllle El. bryan, .J.EC. O..man. Charlie Johns H
C... No. Eva D.cl.y C r.wf.rd. Zary Davis, Onann (
1111.OROIR D.f.ndant'l Crews, Alma 0111. R. A. Norman. I). Alvarea, R. B.Anderson Bryant. Canova Eunice Nancy Johnson L
C.
L n Davis, Mr. J. C.
L Green,
{ Laura. A. Orlffls, .. Ja.kllon. Laura
'h..N.r. N.rmall. J. (Sum) Hull Od..l
I..n" Maude O.
NOTI(1 TO Crews. Julia W.- O."klnll. Norman J. C. 1C. Ahrendt. 1 Dryantaymonl Cr.w. Denmark, C. D. Green OnleGrlffls Jackson Clifford
STATE) )RIDA to: Jamee demons H. U Urlffls, Gladys Norman Jlmmle Alford, O.rbar Muaaloy Mary H. Crews Corpenlng. Hulcla B. Daniels, Robert M..raWdY'l..1 M. Henry B.Urlffls Jordan Mrs. .V.ie
and K. T.
Edward Edgar whole r."ld.nc. demons, Morrell Orlffls, Rudolph Newsom, Jim J M. Junior J on.on. K.
In unknown.. And..on, Eva Rea.ley. .H. Canova Paul EL Jr. f.
nddreaa
Carroll Llnnl.Crawlor. Griffin Guyon, Jessie Jonson A, W.
*
I I ,, Evelyn Norman Leaman Oeo. A. Bryant Julia ('ro
You are required to appear on Roml. (iriffi.. Clrtu Norman Lonile An".on....., Willard Brinson, Queen: E. Crews. by, Lester A. V.ehon. M. Geiger, R. W Jon..l.. L. O. Jr

November *9. 1348. In the above Orlffls. OllleOr Norman, Q. N. Alvarez, Onle Mennetl, Elma D. 'onner, Jak.on... L. C. 1.la A. Green, A. B. ordon, W, T.
named Court and cause, wherein l Crawford Amelia Duke. P. Green ,A. J. J Johns M.
I ffls. Roy Norman Buick. A Ivar.., Charley Hugh 7. lon
Cooper, Robert R.
plaintiff seek divorce and restoration Crawford Ray Griffin, OeorglaOreene trownl.e. Dlckman, 8. F. Johns, S. Jr
Norman J. B
M. Alvarez
Paul Mrs. Etta ( g :
Thos. f:
of ma'dcn n.... Firauford Coy, 8. V.Crews Clarence B. Norman othma J. Anders, Leroy l. Paul 'r"wfo&d." C. .owlln. N.tl. 8. :.mp Johns Dorothy R

County In Telegraph( .hal.puhllsM leaues.Wltnesn thttOrder Francis Oasque C.rrl. Newsom, P. H. Adklns, Lawrence B. .nn.t.. Con way, Ch."t.r. K. 1 Drew Homer. B. Johns, PierreJordon
next Titus
Ch..I.r. Otis Olover Norman. Roy Andrews, Milton Box, Frank II. Conwoir Melon J. W
I my hand and official I seal 80vln..ton.Vllan, 13 I. Orlfll.. H. T. Clam Norman Leonard Andrews, I.. A. Bryant LlixleiBgiwell C anova,, L.E. A.F. Dobbs, NitaDavle Orltris, Jordon Ray
at Btarke Florida I thIs October H, Jean
P. Godwin II. U. Jones
r'Crawfor. FurvlsOoston Norman, lacy Alvarea, Mr. ( Edward ('oward Mlttle W. H
1A4*. Canon Wlllard Ben Norman, Truman Alvarea. ..Brit Bryan: W. W. Crosby.O. E. Dale. Clara Glasgow Harold C. Jones, FloreneJohns
4OFFICIA1. BEAD A. J. Thomas J. D. Green C. K, Norman Pearl Anderson EnD.AIPInwal1 Brown Tobby Dale, Arthur Glllyard, C. L. Havana
:.
As Clerk of said Court.Ity Oasklns, 0.0 W. Norman. Albert Margaret Brown, Mr., Florence Conner. W. C. Davis, JossephineDuke. Godwin, Mrs. Annie LuOuy. Jordon Mrs. J. W
Crosby
D. O. Floyd
Lucille C. 'Joiinwr Crews, Pency ( .. Henry Nettles, Idelle Andreu C. M. B. ., Curtis hazel. A. Jordan, (C'nrll F
Clark .
T. Frank Lndrum. ttark., Fla. Cook, William R UoO..n. Oertle F. Norman Pearl Johnson Alexander Ada B. BI.ker. Vera Carlton., Llxxle I. B. L Davis, J. U. iahagan. Mrs. M. P. J Johnson Martha A

Alty. for .0.1 .f. 1..n Carter, Morris OI.NOI. 1Ir.. I). Norman. Delia AI..nd..r. Wilma locker Gao. Conner W. R. Dlxon Mrs. Kate Galloway Halve Johnson. Phyllis

Crawford Willie Norman Mae Ewlle Armstrong ,H. W. rirowneil, M. D" Cone, Winnie Dyal VidaDvldllDn. Gassett, Pate J une. Mrs. otto 8.
liv CIRCUIT COVRT. BIUDPORD, Crawford. Jack 11111. Louis H. Norman Ho"ard Andrews, W. Henry Brown Fate Canova. Margaret O.t. Clyde Johnson. FloridaJohns.
Gladys
COVMTY. FLORIDA! IN CIlAIfTkomaa'H. 1 Crawford Cliff mlle Alonxo: 'Norman .. Truman Adams O.or..l. Mae tr.dl..y. O. Coleman Mack K. Lillian M. MurKiiretteJenkins ,
Carroll fordCrawfurd. Emma P. 'Newsome 8 .vl., Ida Lula John W
: Thomas It.- Irown. Conway, Lacy Godwin M. Ruth
'Wlirnr-l P1..lntl. ". William Harley, Abhle S. Norman, Mrs. O. W. Allen C. H. : lar..foot. P. C. { Myrtlce J. Dixon Charlie. GriffiN, Ellsha .Jr. Jones. Mrn. Iattl.Jordon. .
Crawford, Ellas Hampton Mary O 'arp..t..r. Dixon Jack F. Bowling V. U
Florence Illd.VIUo.i., Allen, Nancy L A. A. 8. ,, Grover C. O".en. %
("af' No. I Crawford. Hlcbaro llarrell Lucy Overptreet n. M. Avent. Loffle Ilrown, Miss Ida Eula Dolejs, Mae Gannett. M. D. ainrthnBn'

11.OJ n..c.n4ant'l Collier, Houston, Emanuel Overstr..1 J. D. Andrews, lola Mae ".lneU. lies Irene Conner. Jim Dell, Damon Goodman. Jerry Lops. .obn".n.

AND NOTICH TO Carter Olailye Houston Cassle Overetreet Mr. Ounl.U'N.al. Alvares., W. '.Barefoot. H. D. Ellxah DeSue. Obey Gannett Coolidge .u'3. Mrs. RI""el
) 'A Crews, Bertha Howe, .iackeon A. Rose J. F.R Prown, Harold Coleman N. Dlggs, John D. Mose A. .

RTATI Hilda, Wtlford. W a SCreisidence Carnell, Lola Milliard.. C. OGrady Nannle MaC A.tn.Minnie Bates, A. W. Conway Chambers.. Barbara Centllle Davenport Ben Ur..hag. James. Richard

and a"dr.11 I I. Carter HosaCampbell > H.rr.lI. Joe L Jr. Over.ire.t' Ire Alvarez, Marklee Bryan Rudolph Conway Leonard DeSue, Luke Ooodwlne George Johnson, Jack
hamnton, *... 80uth'l J. P. Hurley, II. C. p Alvare., Herbert Brlnsun. Mrs. Etta Cooper, DeSue. William Green, Mettle Johnson Thoman
Oration
You required to Cbl.m. Luther 10wl.rd. Mr. Avle Paul. A. Alvares, Mrs. V.Alvar. Bryan Lloyd Clark Frank C. Dell Jettle Griffiths, Albert C. Jenkins, Alphonno
November SI, lilt In the abovenamed C.mpb..l. Prevatt. PenIs R Burton Deli Roosevelt Graham Louise Sarah Fra
Emma DKin. Mrs. B.Alvarex. .. Mrs. Rosa Mae i Chambers, Jenkins
Court and cause., wherein I "opb.l. C liarreli. Pearce Q. Harold I Mrs. W.,.I Brownllng, Clifford) Crawford. Cecil Ueorge 8. Doyle. .Mildred George, Mr. Earl. Jenkins, Mae Fram'
seeks '.. Bradford IlarrellV.. J. : DeSue, Len
plaintiff I Prevatt. Frances Alvares. Leon B. *" Wropklngs. Mrs. Eula Conner George Earl. Jones. Lula \VllnonJohnson.
County Telegraph a ball publish Crews, MamieCrews llemey, Mamie Lou Pad .tt. Harry C. Alvarez Thelma Barksdale, 4'. it. Carter Marcus Lee DeSue, Jamea Graham, Elle E\a L

this Order In next four weekly i.cues. la- : llunor l.rley. H D. Prevatt J..f. Andrews, Ruth Dlrkll"ale. Mrs. Vlrgle Clark AliceCook Lorene Dell Doris Oreen Muriel B.. Johnson. John A.

I (Chesser EarleCruce : CecilIliiliarJ Prevail, Alvarez, B. L, 'll. Mrs. Louise Earl: Jr. Dixon Ethel Green, Owen K. Jones, Etta )
Witness my hand and official seal ClertrudeCrawfortl. Luther Pearce, Arthur C. Alvarez., Mrs. Sarah Bell. J. P. H. Jr. Cook Theodore Doyle. Jefferson D. Olbooly. Michael Jones MarIeJohnson.
at Mtarke, FI'wiIsi. this October 14, Sadie J. Jr. Duncan, Elsie
lanca'k. T. Prevail, It. M. Alvarez, Margaret Bass, Willie Canova Mona Ur.n. D. l" H.
,
1944. ('rawCo.l. Dora Mary Phillips. A. Dell Oscar .
O. J. Albert Fravski.Anderaun RuHsell Ray
(OFFICIAti SEAT.) A. J. Thomas I Cr.w. Bessie Mae Howe, Charles A. Phillips, Debbie W. L.Arnold H.rn"N.'Irll.Y. Ilady. Conner Carter William H. I"nmark. 'h"lma' Griffin, Richard D.Ualney .- Johnson.
Carrie -
Clerk of said Court. .
Aa Leonard
H. Hlatt, C. It.lilmuit. L. D. William F
f'r.vat. JosephAnders. Paul Oowln. IrmaHoover Klckllter Janet
Crawford H.nn..t. Carlisle. IJ.
J.
l.uoUle C. Conner C. B
Paul
.
I. Lnlla Ma. Minnie Nola A
l Carl Ruby ) H Carl
'3 Frank l.andrum, Hki SIc Crawford Lime Hnbbs )Ir.. J.m"l C. Penilurvls.. F. And ElisabethAmpraxes Brown Zurk f.bl. Cline, Herbert D. Dixon Knight General'
,'I.r..nr. Joseph C.
Cook. L
B Kermit
Ally for Plf. 1 1115IX Carter Lee K.rHey.
M.Hodire Dixon .
Ha.ard. c '
: L..I" frlv.l. Ned Oran'l"Aelln. Booth William F. Ralslop, William R. I"niu 1
-- I I I I demons, Curdle M. "KnchelHobks "revat. t>. R .. A. Z. Jr. Brown. Albert Cashmnre.Conner. Pearl Dennis. H. 10rn.by. James "el..r.. Clan.JU

riKCVIT CnCRT. BRADFORDroilNTV. Crawford. WllbertCarter James C. Ir.vat. Harry A. .'I.n..t. Virgil L ('..In. Wii.. Bonnie Myrtlce K. Ella Kelly, Ine

FLOHlUAl IN CI.AN"I Camp,,' 11..H. Mrs. Hartley, L'. C. Ir..t. lilies Slnah Austin' Mrs. Minnie C. Zack. Jr. Cain K. Louise 1.1 Hullo, I... 8. Kelly, Fouler
('Elf V. I! Hartley. GeorgiaIleiiilersi Pr.vat. J. T. AI.m. Norma Jean Black burn Eva Under 1lln..ton. John A. Hundley, .7.iI.. n.
Robert M. Orosvenor 1'1"lntf. v. Camp,.B nJMinl.i V, .n, Mettle f dl.t. MIl, Cbe.. A.I.m. II. H.Andr.w. billUnyant. Cowart.Cowart Mlneola William D. ,. Gladys C. Hodges, Stanley K.'y. .Wlllr

Frances May Urosvenor, D.lendant, lr.we. Orahaiu. Ht>lm.s, Mnrene' Ir.vat Eunice Mrs. W. V. Oscar Carter, Roy Edwards, Lacy. Jr. Humlley. Emma I Keene.VMII.m A

C'use No. 51S4. J. J. 1.lmul. J. M. u Altman. Jessie A. H.nnett. Mrs. Ruth C. Crawford Llllle Eil. wards, Josephw.. Rartman A. Kirby WllllnnKev. M

OHDEI OF PUBLICATION I Coleman. FredCrews 10<1' T. M. (udirvtt Katie: Andi>rs. MaggieAlvares Hllford. R. C. Clark, Luclna Edwards.. Hitch llartinan, ICicle Howard A.
Karl M.
Tn APPPiAP IDW..t. Henry Prevail.! Thelma 1..I.n" Hn ford. Irma Crawford.: Dave F.dwanls.. Ruby Mae Hutcheson. Clarence Kelly, JIfl -P fli. l ho">lI.4'Idi
STATE (>P FIXJKIDA to: Mrs. "'11'1 Mildred M r. K. U "rlv"l. Emma Alvarez, B.trfleld, John H. ( .. ,. Dell How. J. R. nii'h I "" r
Frances O.o"v..nm'nll" res-) ( William J. Hearils, J. "onn.r. Thelma A. Edwards I
May Carrlaf'rlre Altman. Alice Mrlnson C. .,. (Clark Carrie Mr. Ella Knight Mrn v
dance and address I flrowflStreet Crucw, lt rN. Li'l* 1.an."nl.. otto I ee Ao-ln. "'m. W. Heaver, David LU'he Edwards.: H Halslop Arthur \ I .
n.-
Cowart. Charlies'anpbail F. Hr".1"'. I* .L 1.1. Knight. f. .
I"NI. .
Wolverhnmpton K .
"t"'tord..hlr. 'I.u P.dl't. Vernle Adam, Mrs. rry. L. P. Jr. Clark Ed.I., Al. E. It. Kincaid. "" '
.. Enicland. I I Krarrls Clara Mae ... .1..nll F. lnter.
1"11,1. .arm.nl. Eerie: K. Alvarex. ) J".I. I..nry B. Crosby Colby F..lllh. II. Hart. B". H. Keene, Vm' '
You are required to appear onNovember Campbell, Emma 1'earl Nathaniel Anderson. (' C. Burke
demons, Annie, 'r.vat .tAlbright. \ l..h.I h Conner, lip,. Ruby relllnllon. I. Hart Edna M. Keene, AlhefKlrby
abovennmeri K.
1044. In the A.
U. t.ndrl.lb. Melvin ElhertaAustin Heasley. Mrs. Callle F.lln.tnn. John A.
f""Nrot. Jr.
Conway. hogan John .
Mrs.
(
Court and cause, wherein Crawford Ernest Farrls la.ah
l"rol \1. l"mpto. Viola E. P.Austin Blum. Crawford. ;JI'n.ton. Ohm '
C..el W George Kolllng
plaintiff divorce. Bradford lend Gary H. lenry.
,
.. .
Ralph. Hanek.
l"n'1I.n. ...v..t. MamieAdklns. Crosbr, IJllnKton. Freddie Delia LibKldd. '
county T.I..raph ahal this Canoy, W. O "" El.hay. Karl Homer Braniley. c. C. Randolph Mr.. Hagan. Reese
Iull.
clemons, J c Elln.IDn. Maggl;ie< Hllllard, Charlie EiinhiKite F
Carradlne. Mormll ..
Order next Issuea.Witness EI..h.tl Parrlnh. H.: B". Andrews. John W. Rates. Mrs. Ann D. Clemon., Maggie wa.I., Leo Halslop, Fred ; KennrlKite : I
Cain W.
C. L
mv hand and official seal Prvvatt. Andrews Baggett. Edwards.. II.
1.ln. I.arl Ouy Abble H. Caruso A
.. Bam Howard. Pauline B. Lllr
.
at Btarke, Florida this October HI, Crawford I.lnwo."
Prlngle. 'I.n..a.r.vat. Alvarez, Mrs. Irving J.
Collins : Haxtl ftum. Colson. Mrs. Fdard. M Howard. Clyde M. Harold
J. Annie
194*. I IOFFICIAL 1L Jones, Daisy Rusle Kite
"
shear. Lucille
AlvareaOenrge .
C
J.
( SEAL) A. J. Cruoe, Frank Marlon Jones, JamesJohnS. 1"111 Conner, Elna Edwards Hornsby. Hazel Keene N
star black ,
f'r.v.t. Anderson R. A. Kitty Crosby, Terensa niiv Hall Bhellle l I. l e
As Clerk of said Court. Crews. Lacy A.t'ovingtan ( Kennedy.
Thoma.'l A. I. ". 'tha Andrews. A. T. Black Dameron Jr. ,.,Ar"". Five' .
Hy Lucille C. Conner II. C.T A. Johns H. ,'. Prevatt. John H. Adklns, Edward Irene Crawford Annie Edwards. Tlutto, Lula F. Kite. >IvrKellv.
.Frank ritarko Florldn.Atty. Clark. t:. C. Jones H. B.nn..t. Carter Miss Annie William A. Harrington Kenneth KntKeene. '
I.nlrum. W. II. Plun.mer, William B. Alvarex, Harold A. W. R. 2nghIah. fenna
for Plf. I-*; 4 11 .14 (Clark Mrs. P. C. Jones, K. P. Piiwell. N. T. to"n., Crawford B- L. I ) Leonnfrrkl
J. Ft. MerrillEvK"
Carter. Judd O. W. AI."ald..r. Bt.l. n ClemoiM. Mrs. Fronnle"Cooper gdward narr.l. Willie ( ) .
IIDlnklns N.tt. Powere. Roman Avery JamieHathcork Brown, ('. 1 r'oroth3. I R'Elliot. V. B. J. 'ndfinji.J. '"IKlneh.n. '- \
BR.orORO'' Johns talon l'r.N." "t. R. I. Allen. II. 4'. F. H.rrel.
11 tiEd" ;? ( (hEft.. Annie Fium. Ev..r.H. K. Richard A.I Lula '
Jon., '. Sf
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Myrtle"resrotu .
Heeding .
Leolar.lixter.
FLUHIUAl Al Anthony SallleAdrliiare. Olailvs
eoeT'dry. Cooper,
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IEEE. : 1.1 I'oMii., CharlosUinklna Johns, ", Fannie Ilroward E. Vlnson M. Dorl. Fr.... Mitchell Harrington Mary Kelly, J T
i K. W. Johns, Morrle J. PrevaIl, Jessie C. Jr. Andr.,.,.. RuthAn.Ir Heeding C. R. Crawford. Reba ci" Gladys Klrkland. Mr
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A. Jlauck.. Plal.tff.Eva I'"rb.n. 1:0.V.: Johns, I. C. f'.dl'l. Zvttie .wsu. Willie H. Hrown Raymond ( ,Eras, Mm. Lois Hall. Charles W. Kuhn. AH
1111. De.ndant. 1"11.", : "tl. Johns, II.Johns. p.n".rvl. Wm. E."ow.rll Andrews, Nlta Goring .Iv Jiutge; 1 Elliot, C. II. Heerlng, Oertrud. A. Kuhn. >". "
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION Andrews John A.Burney Hatvman. Edwards. Alice
Davis 1. Collins, 'V. .
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AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Pow..r. V. FdwAr" Cllf"rd.
Conner ,
Dlnklns Mrs. W. Ji
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STATE OF FLORIDA to: Eva A.Mauvk Davidson, Luclll J. Johns. Verde "ow.r. Ida o..... B". Beam, Cvrus E. Ooshy, Lua| Lillian V. A. Iv..n. JON.nr r. Kite. Ro"F II
whose residence and address u. J.hn. Mury J.r..t. Wordna Urown. Oliver Brown. Herman Crosby, N. Elaine IDrn"by. Markley J. Keller. 1JM v
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Is: 3214 EIghth Street N. IL.Washington Jones, M. B. I>. Hesnant. Abraham Boyd. Charles ( Eaves. Clinton l.rrl. B. Keener.
I). O. Dlxon. J. C. Jones". Helen. l Pearce C Lou Kronke, Butler, James. D. (Chile"anton W. T. Edwards E. }.rlnn. Blanche 0. Kite, >f. A
Pllvl. Jessie Jon.,. lrN. M. [1. Pinner. 8. W. Alh..r Henry A. A. C. E. Kelly.A IiKelly II''
You are required to appear on r' firyan. A. Rattle, MahleUnkep. Crosby Pdward., Blanche l.rn"al. \Ia'
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18 In the above t.nnlarl. Mrs T oU Johns. Winnie John H. Raymond C. Pearl B. EtnKite. '
November named. Court, 1 cause wh..lnplalntlft M. J.bn..n. KII.y )'r.v"t. F..nn.t.. Kertha Hue II. Bennett.. Edna Alberta Mae r.n"toy.Cnllins. In. Raymond Futr.' Charlie A. 1..a"all. II.r Puck

seeks divorce. Bradford Hlxon. Flnr.nee Johns, Norman Raulerson.. J. Jam.e Pvuwnlee. Maude )f. Barnes, Alfred O. Costelln. Thrlma C F'ume. F F. Houston. If. Kite GearS
County Telegraph shall publish this .IMxon. Ethel Johns. Leery Heed. J. R. .ro,.,n I... a. Elisabeth Rur..tt. Helen P. llnrrv Flume Herdla' Jnullton. Hilda Bunts Kite. Sol""
under In next four weekly Issues.Witness DlXfin. J. M. Johns l.innlcJon i Rosier. Jamestteddlsh ...I.y. Gertrude Harold A. Jr. Campbell. Fart :f. Verdle Koch. W
Durban, Jr. leUavls. nthnp. Betsy Futch. S. A'
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my hand and official ItuthJones. J T. Kvaslev. O. I. Marxle' Flynn n"D. TT. Harrison. G. 7... !
seal at Htarke, Florida, this October Albert, William II. n..d.l.h. .Voley R Tllril. Earnest Brown Ruby ConneR., W. N. Flynn. Florence hlarriann. Annie 137*. p..lnl
I Davidson. Mr*. Lois Marion V. C. Hall .
Id 1944.OFFICIAL. Jonis, Florence li. Drew 7.,
Wiyie A. Homes. Thomas FraxAnnfe
H"'I.h. Iron. ( I.
.. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, nu..ne.,. I. ,. John. F. .c. .m..1 M.Rows. ,". M,trcellaitossant. Brown 4". D. 'onnehi o.d..y. I. 0. Faulkner Mary A. Harris, Wm. Klln..wn..1 IIr> :
As Clerk of said Court. W. If. Johnson ( .pl.. John B. frsula, P. Rta-ge. Mrs. B. Jr. ('. Eugene n. Plyisn Elliot Halle, W. O. .
By Lurllle C. Conner D. C. Denmark. Paul Johnson A. F. Roberta, O W.Ro.l.r. ,,..toot. P. M Baker. Ruth R.L .rna.IDn. Adallne Fltrh.! Jamea n.I. Maude C. Kellv. Born.

f' Each II. Douglas, Box 411, Gainesville Denmark O. Oilasl John.. M. J.Johns. J. E.Rosier. Parefimt. Reacv Burton .Charles Caraway. Robert M. Jr- Flynn. M.rrll, Charli. Mack Keene. \-. I

P1. fAtrv. Dlnklns, Paul I.Dlnklns ,\. W. .. St. Ilerhelman. August Maker Alfred B.E 'Chambers'peon. L. D. ulkner. 1. Howard J. A. Kite EllenKid.i.

r Plf. 1.1 4t ,11-*, Mary M. Johns. C. J. Roberts, $..w.1 Tstwm II.hop. Harold A Blankenshlp Bernard Crowdor.Robert) A.n ssle Pearl.Faxon. Bessie l.s N.I"nn F''Yd hobbs Howard.H.Ordelt C. Kldd.. An Vulrl?'' 'n .'


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... ;J. W. PudKett. D. Smith I>rnleSUKK Tlion, W O. '''Warren NannieWlmuerty 1 r
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Arcli'llaMcDannell. Norman 'rhunia*, HaxelThuiua
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McClane, Thomas K, liltch liiabelle. HuhyrI..w..lI. *, II. T.Inuitiu Hardy I ,
, ,. )I; \tuttGtOI i I .lci>anl..l. HluncliaMcUanlal. Hay. Olive K. .lame O.Selley. *, .\Auuory c.ixii William*, Amu Ulord..nn."In. Lesley..F...t O. l.inib, Jul,111, ,rd foraPrNcolt Irene 7 rts
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LillianHlmpnon ThoinuM, 1 : btbnj .
> McKae, ElhelMcClane R""i"ter, Freeman iieima Walluc* M. n .. '
HllxnbethPrtnoe :
,.glel I *L.II > Mr*. T. K. Jr. "Itch Herbert. C Sllcox llaxelII Rebecca .Tnoniaa, Lull. William. T. U. Jr. I' Gray, Dorothy l.wl..1.. ... Phillips, ,;JackIetrsnn
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InomaB Mr .
W. C.IIcKlnn..y. OllleThomaa
\ ;McCord. nhmlen. Wood Uieu K.
Matthew Urlffle. HosaGreen Ijumford
< LouiseLarantaux James A
Jrh. 1' ; ,, MelvlnMcKlnney Hitch. Bvalyn lleter L.Thoma Warren, Jam.. l>*uro* Muriel B. ThelmaLewis. Jno. II.
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Knit. Iva Hanilall Allnen Slbley ROBO K. *, A. J. Jr. Wamwrlglii N. 1>. Jr. Green, Owen 15.Gaskln K, Provatt. ,

JUTiwnt McUlll. M. U.McLendon Itandall W. p. Slhley Harmull Thoma*, Leroy Williams.. Vaiivvy HWalnwright *. Virginia Living*, Opl* f'rln..I"ar"Lllllnn I I

L Mr*. I* B. KeglHter Alice L. Smith Summer Rneha M. Tysun Llnni* Jauma K.Vv i Grlffl*. Mrs. Mildred :M.Ooodman Livings, Puekett i.rln. Charle* Illuh-i
Frank Oi.
,,1\1' MoCauley. HaymondMcCutlor ly un, Oliverlyion Louisa r
H. ltob..rtH. Willie rtapp arren William )0:. I... ard I
Ueorve E.
.." Ltnnl Hodarcrn. .. rRri L. Sllcox. Eddie Mlrlon William*. Palmer I Goodman Annie Lee, Mr.. D. Peterson, Alloe
.,r,1' HaselMcKlnney Tyson Albert Wright. LuiMKSIII ... L
McAteer Royal. J; R. Sllcox tlay, Adolph D. U Parker, Let tie
'1. FlorrleMoMTnn Itul.. U B. Sllcox, Mlnleo Tysun Alber.ta. \ *, Richard C. Gay, Ilsael Pauline t-ln, IsidoreLivingston Prevatt Kmory
I. F'rancl :11.
) W. T. Robert Tyson Arthman Whitehvad Allan f. Oatlln. H. L. Mr
Jo M. Shlpeii Mr *. R. D.Lewis. dleton
,..U& 1" McMInn France* Elizabeth Haulerion W. J. Jame* Thomaa, Annl Wiley Uuy A Grlffl*. Maud Mr*. Huah W. 8.
Sweat. I.eavy'Iw..at. Plrk..r.
...,.. n' TVUIIB leurv* A. Whitehvad. AgathaWMtgitiM Hunter W. V.tlunter. Lynch i .
Ham
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Richard I
J. RuX'jAw"1 Krma Lee soils.. I.unl.'lton .droe.
McRae. Mr*. Donald ; Smith HarrietToau. Leu Cora Ma. Leoe. Pellum K. J.
MinnieSweat I
bI.E McRae, Owen W. Annie M. Ella Jim W'KIII".LMre. Leo Gardiner U..o A. Lee, Iob..rt R. Pellum, Mrs F. ;J.
Mclntyre, Wlllla Mae Renfroe. Leon L. Sweat Perry Todd Loaty White, Ktholln Gardiner D.Urirria. I. ;J. M. r.t..r..n. Josephine I
I. McClellan. n. \f.McClellan. Ray Amelia Sweat Todd Jame* W. William*. t-a.llie Harold U. LW. Phillip*. Pauline 1C.Poythr .
.' Mr. D. W. Rltch. Rlley 'Ihoman,, Jo* W William, JuanltaWllniut. IIHollllr.worth. Rosa
CarlYle ***,
:;:'ollaI' McClay, FredMedea Reddlnh Hod man D. Sllcox Sweat Honeer. Tyson BrulaThoma Amy J::. F. C. Lee, R. U Jr. larlh(,".
Paty P..w..lCeurl.
-, J. : OaoriraMcPeak R charde. H. M. *, Armond Waldron K. 8. lemln."ay, Frank fl. Lea, Mildred TWO HOUSES
( William Sauley, Herbert O. Tlioma, William Olson Wllkervun, Martha Annla M.Holllngeworth. Lowe Mr
Richard. Harriet Shadd. Johnnie Ellen I'.rlr. ;Jack ;J.Qiiloley .
.r McCoy KllE b.thMcQee Hul.. Lola !!Smith W. H. Thornton, Truby Wvldon lllady Ida J. Lecln, Molly t 'Jnt law two horn standing
Mr. Annl Ralnei, Sarah Thornton, Willis Wall./ A. K. Jr.Whlgham. Hayne*. Hopa McLana I<*wl*. Charles ;J. H.
Minnie
C. Smith Mr*. W. H. Thoma*, H. J. aid by !I. Btlil .i Jertrta .
io. D. McClennan T. A. Reir *ter. Gertrude Rlntrnnk. MadgaWabit Hay**. R. W.Hay.Ruby. Lewi*, Annl L.Iaw J. T.JBbln.on. .Id \
-. Cyrix H. William I. A.Hoover \llel..y.
N Haulemon Willie hadd.' Hlsnrhard f. (. oppoalt* dlrectlon -
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.... Ada Norman Hiram I Rlchardnon. J. A. Underbill, o. L. William., Albert 1* Lawannr.. 1-:. h.
Norman,' P*, M. Raymond Alice Jamo* A. !HavHite! T Etholln W. I'ndarhlll, Rodman William*. Klllott ... *",Ion. KthelHoltsendorf. 1. Robert '''. J. *. (wltchlnf 01 each

Norman T. N. Rauleron. Onla Roberta Undvrhlll C. McH. William*. T. K. B. C.Hoover. Lee, UeorgeLedford Fred other'* f area.It .
Thoman Archibald ;J. Underbill Hitch. H. .:.
[MMinnnrt Nawaom Ray. A. Renfroe. Alta VacoUnderbill War, Fully Delia C. CleoLangnlng
Liw Truby Joxeph J. Margie D. William. o\Ire. lola 1111. Ben F. Robinson. J. P.
Rowe Alice Fernandea
JofiephNttl about
Norman Clydemdvon mad* me ft.l hopeful .
Tyler J. .
A.Tynon Underbill Ruby Rltuh I A.
Rob.rtaNorman. Week., W. T. lInlllnsaw."lh. Mrs, F. *
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w.
''II Lonmle L. Rhoden John l Imlorhlll violet William*. ll HCom N 11t..h. Mrs. Jennie the human me*.
Lnnaa Ty on, QadTb I .- Mlnxlmlledarave
Underbill Jack ,
R Hick .
C. Unwell G. W.
.worthy trh. *. v'a
'Klf Frank Norman Frank M. Jr.Nettlea R tch. Mr Mildred*. Rby Toplln"ma*,..rohnTIH..n. Herman Underbill Udtll Ulady EstaVandlvlere K. J. U.Wade Hick.. Clarence Mlch.U.. N W.co I.ela, A. WRafuse If hortra can CoJr. w'Tcan't

HoracaNewiom Hit"h. Carl C. T. : Harris, Gertrude Mllcliell. I.nolle f>.
peopla
M Ktta S. V Kmma I .
(VIM" Wlnklur Mrs. Besl. ; Jan .rat.t
Edna Hob..rl. Howard, Wesley N nl In D. .t.r.
Mabell .
E.Irftltla I\lIddl..n.
v A. E* Tvler. Alice L. Blanche A. Mitchell K.Williams. n..r. K. w
B" Weldon.
Newman, Mlrtl.N..man. t..lI.Ithod..n.. I. G. Mlddleton. MadgeMarr eountrie of the
TompklnH, Llicle "arn. .. I'earl Mr*. PalmerWilliams H..I".way. M nn<>lds. KrvlnaRennolds. Mayb .ht
Mae *, Lol.N..w.om. W. C. Taylor, Walter E. Van Cleave 1..lrl"lwllY. tl"a Ollle L. A,
... Gladys JohnWalnwrlght. eooparato.Mcybe .
nod O. T. Rla-don. Annie Bell\ Thoma. ., Frank \ I""n. MyrtleVlden. Mr*. La- IIlII, ThOlnla IIlurl'hl. Kmma Ilt h. Iris Lea culd l.ar t
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'U Norman MattlaNorman. nandolph. Arthur Thoma., Nathan: Albert A. villa lohl.r. O.V. J..nlllnlll', Mr O..la Mvrtl* R. and labor
I"ddl..h. capital < aoma
i Riivnell Rlck., J. n. Thornton. Wm. R. \V W. T.le..rlnM. W. C. J. M.
Mli North B. 'fI]. Rhoden. W. C. ;Jr Thorn**. Wm R. Wall Wm. L. Wllsun I P. M.Whltehead LeomaWilliams John F. Moore, Mr*. W. H. .. VI..1 day leara t* ..uppl.le..eh'
I..rs.
North MrBaiet B. Hlt'h. 1fr". Ca..lyle TI..on.'Ialll./' Walnwrlcht .. Glady* Morgan Mr.. KmmaMltrhell. J M.
N. 1>. ,, M. O. Uka bore
It".r. other two
Norman K. E.Noeirel Itul... P..rt Thom*. Eva lira) Williams, John Wllsun ll..ttle John llutchlngs. T. M. I.ucl.. Ilt"h '. Mark* .
Dorothy Ma Rubltiky Joseph Thoma.arl..y Williams How..r. Pvssle. Mansvll. HeltaMnnsnll JessieItavnln.
B. Ed Wood l. Mm. Martha R. W. Jr. Ml* Husls Y*.. I'optlmlBtic; I ln
William *
Newman, Raynor nun Thoma.. Eflrd M. White, Olin W.' White, CarolWhittle. 101. Morris. M. mayb
Norman Herbert S. nobler. R L. Thornton. Mary William, Kmanuel Kuby 111"hln"** Annl. Lb IAn.lnl. .arllor..u. Hows. IllllleItussell million ya ra pcopl* b a*

Norman L.eroy Q.Nlrhol ROdg..r.. Paul I.. Thornton W. E Williams, Tho.. M. Whittle, CI..o'Vlllnwrhirhi. JesKleHarris. U V. .1. M. horaca.
I.oniile Annla int lllKnt a*
*, John H. Rick*. Mm. Ada Thornton Mr. Onle William. Th"... 8. Katie Hall Marln. May 1..I..r. &.rl.
Norman Carabell nnilKom"' .Tame ir. Thornton Henlah WalnwrlKht. Wm. M. Whltehead Mr*. J. B. ,, JobnH..II. ElsieHolder M..lln. Ja"uM.u.lnlll' .. ileor.* II.Itaberk .
Norman Mr*. Muriel Rhoilen. Clarence. F. Thornton. Carl William., Nat Went Lol* KlmoreWood. Margaret Jos. K.Itaberk. .
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:"Ia'J..rm'nlway. Ma" Jack
I!:. C. Rltch JosephineRhoilen. .
Norman Mrn. N. T. Jr Thomaa William Lee William. F. W. PercyWelnsteln. .
Norman Hndla nitch. N. T. Jr. Thoma.. Ulndv WalnwrlKht, Mary O. Mamla ,France* Mace. J..I M. flarenra F.
: '. Mann ',
Norman W. M. Hnwe. Marvel Thornton. Alvle White larl..r. Ilar, N. T
Leiery Noble Ray, Wilson, Randolph 111..1 .
leorgla, K, Mllll-r.
Norman Fern M.Noeirel. Itnbert Tynon Horace 11..hul Kant
Annie White
Julo Ethel M. Welnsteln. Alvln A. I..nb..r. .
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i Henry. A. H.llnrrell. Mann
William Robert, Rov Tv..on, Hurry I, WlllH, Irene U Water.. A. J. II.by, 1. 1* nONUS nou.
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StfT U :Norman ntiH..*ll JJnnev, rnrollne O. Taylor Mr.. Lovenla William., Willie E. WIII..r.Iyrtl.* Hall, K. A. MannlnaVolley II. P. F. Ild..WAy. U..dyIl.hy. CAKES
Norman Ethel D Rnney Rmmett Thoma, Victor Wall. Mabel M.roran. *. I-
A. O. A. Ward. W. It. llavnes Man ,' 11 I
Sara Hop Ire n.M .
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H.M.
Norman Frieda Royal W. F. Thoma., Qeorire W. Inkier. Edwin (1. Paul
A. Ward Louise Hall. J. R.llouser. mi Ire, FredaMurrhee IIO.o..t. None are better
... Moor
11. Klhel *
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D. Nrxtnel. Maxlne Tlmmon Tuten R. if.T William. ''n."nll.
rl n Mary Wright. Harvey
n Mr J ,
V. SadieMelton
Clara Norman Mr.. Loulne Hoval. Julio. ;Jr. ..ttone.. tteo. F. WalnwrlRht Edward ;J. Willis. Mm. Rulit. A. Jr.Williamson llayne*, Mr*. Mary ;J. Rhnden. ParrlaIteed. .
iiiiionKlmi Norman JeHl. Rhoden. O, H. Turner, Rrnent E. Walnwrlicht Blanche llmyrnond LI la. ., Ilnr.nc.... It. HraRolierson than
1."ry. III..r. J. C.
No.AI."a Royal. Tlon lAura AI.
Paul I
:Mrs. Louisa
Williamson .
Thoma B.
*; PlydeMathewH
W.R Norman Iiaac N. Reynold. .. |i>nac Tv on, Julia Ward Willie Calvin Hair. Rah me, Clyd*
f Hsslw M.HornMhy. R.
Vottle*. CoreenNorrl Tto.... John Henry. Thoma, Carl WhltDhead. Samuel Warren Cohen R Floyd E2. Matthew.,Roy T. A. lloMnenn, II.nch.

E.in. *, OeorirellaNorrl Ronenberw. Delia Ty on, ParnellThornton William.. R. J. W..odlt. Irene Hall, J. W. Moore, Delia Lee VfynnRoslr n.Rynolds. .
*. William Keveln. Jiidnon Pierce Sarah Wood Annie S. Wynn. Mr.*. N. Mrs. Thos. II. Mason, Fred Junes Lppe Baker
Mary Nettle Orady Ron*, Blllle Thornton Ell.a William. Uer'riid Walnwrlght. A. A. lardlnlf. F. Moor., Louisa K. T.

MW II.r Nvttle*, Roberta Ito..nh..r.r. Leon Thoinua, P. C. William*, A .B. William*, Ralph 1..n. Mr. Clara May, T. A. I..r.. A.' J.
L Nettle*. R. A. Rve, Annie ThomuM, Dorotha Wood, Arthur Wimberly Winifred] 1..1. B. Mali!, AraMartin 1"1.. .uln. t.
Nettle*, Mr.. RubyNorman. Rye, 08"'trflauleraon.' Thomas, ResaleTaylrtr William, Vandl E. Welkle, Irvin B.Wllkla 1..11. awtey **. Joe *, R n. CAKES MADK
Mr*. Mary Troy Irvlnir A, Warren Mr*. Florence Mr*. Ruth B.V"rbroulrh. luward.Otl* Mnorn, Susan It.nan.. John R. JrRoane T ORDECARER'S
Kewell Mr Jennie L HanlorHon. Taylor KlhelThoma William Louise 11"lle. a. ll*..lster, Kreemnn
unrlihn >ei B Annie y Luther B* Mlll! I .n. K. John It.Rowland. .
Norman (i.t..rNewbau..r. Reddlnir, Lmiln H.M *, Floy Weldon. 8. A, Jas C.Youna Harper, Fannie L..* Mason Mrs. Murguret H H.Reynolds .
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;lo..phSad.r. Tucker. Mrs. H. E. Wall, Harold C. Theodore R. A. H. Marvin, Mr*, lluielMorrell Mr T.
i E.iT. Alma Plutrnnk. O. M. Tucker. II. E.Thoma Wall Martha D Ya'rbrough: Vada loward., Mrs, France* AnilvMllllgan Rowland Mr**. F.. I*.
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E.if. Norman Jame W. fnpp John B. *, Dan Warren Mile T. Yarbrough Aaron J. Holt, B. V. Mrs. Dorothy DorothySullivan. 1
aEwr Newiom Harvey J, Nllco' *. r>avld L. Thomas, Lavada Wiggins, Laura Lea. Yarbrough Albert Hough. Alma Bain Matheny, JosephineMtxon Huberts,

Nail Mr*. W. 8. SllcoVnlter Howard Mr*. V..rdll Mi *. A. M. ClarenceKtrbkland.
G. Norman.* Caroline Stump Fr"d F. Precinct No. 3--South Starke I Howard. David Mlxim. Mr.. M. K.Moss 1'hnrlleHulllvan

nrtIllff Naiworth. Walter T. Hcott, Fred A. Hough, Ethel Rive* TlielmaMaye ;J. K.Bhepherd. ,
J. Norman Mr. Daily S'nKletnn. Stephen A Brewton SamuelHurdette Ma vies, Ed.ll. lIoll".worth. Edith *, Lnl Alice

i rf< Leroy Norman Edward Sapp. William.Kllcox Allbrlght. Roloman H. S. Howling, William E.Helaney la..n. Mor.al. Harry W Hlmnions, J. U
uK.En. Nettle, Herman J. J. Albert KingAndrews Uaker. Clifford UBryant. J.P. Mr. Martha. Murulnrr. It K. K. ,

Nettlea, Rebecca Strickland. P. B. Ira W. Roy )'. Delaney Mr*. ;J. B. Hornsby. r.1 14.llasen. tlenryettaMassey 1mlh., L. A.
Nettlea, Marie Stern, Hurry Allen. Nellie G. Broadway H. C Down*. R. H.Duwns Paiidl Kathleen Htern ThemssaHmlth I
w Norton Charle* C. Si-ott Laura H. Andrew Margaret L Uroadway Ruth Joseph InaDrlgger l..nl"y. Kddle Martin, W. L. Ueorirla Little
uril V.Ccnvty. Norton JelaNoeirel Plump. Eva W. Andrew Amanda (.I *, Amelia C. V. K. Martin, HermanMarclonnv Hulllvan, f> (I.Hulllvan .
JooNoeael Fla pp, Irf-ona Ander..on.Iyrll.. .. R. (Chandler King Dougla, A. W. Howard. Mrs. V. K.Hlnes. Minnie A, KlUabelhHulllvan I .
..... R.ilia Mr.. Jewell Sap' p. Jake 8. Andrew. ., Fannie U.Ander Clark Jame* Dougla*, LolaDurshlmer Mack ;Jr.llarrlff McRae, Mike J.McKlnney EvaHlansburv

Lee Norman, Ovid Smith K. n. on, A. W. Clark Jam.* W F. L. Tom VolleyMcKlnn O. K.Htruth .
vtaon Norman. HnroldNewom. Silcojc, .Ta.. L. Arvhambeault Alhenla. Colley Wm. A. Durshlmer Mr*. Frank llsrrln' GertrudeHancock .y, Phai. M.McKlnney Kalherln IllnHlrnlli
CktIP W. If.Newome !C..!>". El'ery' Alien Jlmmle (Mrs.) Chandler Ina K. Deyett Fay Raymond A. Part Kathnrlna. Hhlr.l .

Minnie R. Sweat Ida Alvarem, Urrol Colley Laura L. Davis, RuthlinePearl lan"o..k. Mary 1.18 a. IcKlnn"y. Mae .y .
:Noexel F.. P. Sapp (far Allen H. C. Carlton Fred Mrs. C M. Bmlth. ,VV. "'.
or'Allb Noefrel Mr*. Ernect fnpp, O. T. Alvarex, Corlnne Clarke Mr. Louise Dean, JoephlneDouglas Harbin, J.W.I.loll.endorf. MvRaRusHsll s. Illley

Ul .0 Sumner Irvin Allen llusaAllen,1 CheBhier. Oeo. W. Peril Lacy; M. M.-Mue. Kllln tw..t., t.urretlaHmlth -
'*. B. Jr. Ovemtreet Thortia.* W: Snmner, Aaron Ira PhCBhler, J. D. Dr"n, Ry Uol'nowwurth"' ,!t... McMillan Merrlll'0.McKelvey W. P. J...
.'1& Overrtreet William J. Snmner. A. P.Hupp. Ayer Gladys M. Cheehlar Mrs. Bettla Drake, Ague Frank Kelton

Divld A. O'Neal.. Thoma Mm. Vide, Ayer L. K Canon, o..*le C. Uu I'r..J. 11. "",'rl.. Ardella 10. !"K..lv.l. .1 .A. tmltb.! Mr*. LulaHmlth.
KilhleanHoley' O'Neal Lenora Swanhom, AurnuHSandor Andrews, Wesley Lu- Crew*. R. L. DuPre Mrs. ;J. II. Hick*. Irene Mnlnt'r.I France* J. 113.Strickland .
Odom O. F. *, Annie clan Cooper T. W. Davis, Bessie' M. Henley, King H.I MclUe, Iliinald F.MclU Karl
'....n N. Oclom, Olady "t"rlln.lIma Andrews Maude Cooper Richard H *. MinnieMcKlnney Hlarlln*. Joe K.Hmlth .
'II. T. O'Neal. Roy KlKtriink J M. Agrln Win. W. Coleman Frank R.Crutchrleld. I'M wards, Balou !H.Kppemon :I. Ingram CarrieJavkon Laurl Juulu* M. PRESCRIPTION

W.luwone. O'NvaU AmandaOveratreet Pternherir.. Nat ,Anderson Alice (I'harlH Lorena K.l J McKlnney, ItoyMcKlnney Hlm..on., Joseph L.
i L. Mae Sternberw Oiiiml Andrews, Rudolph Carlton C. M. dinondaun. W. 1>. Marshall llfttl* Ktarllnir. Jo* H.Btruth PHARMACIST
nhupJ. O'Neal.. (1.! r>. Stern. Fred n. Andrews. Nona llasen Clark W. S. 1- wards., Comer D. JohiiMon. Joe McKlnn.y, Mm A. K.MrKlnney K. M.Hhunian .

H. Oliver Paul Strlnufellow Wm. O. Arnold. Mrs. Mary E.Anderson. Pole, LolaCourtmanch Ellis, A. B. John*. Alt A. K.Mnflulre Pearl O.Hlmonton. .
..]. Offle N. W. !Strlr ,..110"'. Mabel M. A. W. ;Jr. J. H. Edwards, ulady John., Julia I. flrnver I'm vr. Odom Wenono. T. Slloox, Henry P. Allen John Carter S. A Kill*, Margaret .IfjhnMon. Jame ,-Klnn r, M. I?. Ituhvrt. II.Hpark .

111..11. ,"' .. mtom W. M. Swindell Hannah Austin, K H. ('llIrk. Amy Edwards, Lloyd John. 1.. L. McKlnney, N..II.I* *. H U.Htiark Service
'))00,11" Kdw. Oakley," Dorothy W. Stnrllnir.' Jnmen p. Albert Mrs. FrnnkleAlvarei (Pason Thoma J.Collier. Edward.. Lamar SJ Johnson. Win. N. McMillan. *, LulaHltnonton

Bill. WoolUlxrt Onborne, Clrace W Sllcox' Delia W. Jame. flldeon C. W. Kdmundson 1'iitsy Ji>m>*. H. II.John M--Knight, Jnme* Alma
Overctreet C'ordla M. Sllcox, SelenaHa Alvarez. Rita Martha Cone Nellie T:dmundsun, Cleon* *, Bert W. IrKlnn.y. .,,,. Mary
C. Ovemtreet Henry M. pp. W. R.SJapp Alexander, Mart))* Cooper Howard Edwards, Harry Leon. Johnson (I. W. 1..lulr. W. T. JoIt"n.burl. .. & '
Hwry A. Overctreet Thoma. W. Felix IT. Andrews, Rome J. Cubb, Carl Knnl'.., Neva M.EnnU John. KllaJohns. Oua Htllley, Fred II.
"&ll II. Oxborne, Theodore H. Slrlrkland HWnaStrickland Andrew*. Jewell n.I Coleman, Mary R. J. UaryFeruades W. ;J. 1'lnt..h. Glenn' Button, MarveryHweat Planet Jit.Strawberry.
IouleI'lh Olive, Leroy Veule. Andrews Joseph W. Jr,. Courtmancbe, Anna ;Jacob., Ha rah 11..Ito..h. Mtiml* Perry I'
<' B. Ovemtreet Billy S. Stern' F. C. I Andrews, NolleAnderson. (Courtmanrh Anita Eva LFernadei John., FronnleJones. Walk.r Hweat, Ju*
lur.n.. 8. p S>lcnx. Mrn. LenleSullivan. Edna Plough. Roxle May! Isabel Fred a.Jfrfin McHnvld. Ioyr.ltRI. HtarllntT. Walter
i Idl DBrnem Powell Author Q. Herbert I A vent. Lome Carter Lossle Flnley' jus W. *, Mr*. Agne !\ .. Hweat, llonis rHtarltnv.

Prevatt R. R. Sail In, Mr*. PeartHiarllnv. Anderson, W. A.Anereio Carter Lewi. Fields, J. H. Jone*, J::. IKJacob 11. Wesley JosephHhphr & 1
F u Bell Powell :May F J. P. A. ;J. Curry, A. :N.Crosby. : FI..ld"IlIud.* a.Forsyth *, ItosallndJohns 1..RI.., Annl Ms* tl.a" Prevatt HettlePullum Snpn. Ola Mae Anceto Arthur A. Mr*. TVrryChamber VlnC" ., Charlie K. Mrs. .J. W. Mrs. Mail* Garden Plows
Lenora Seymour John M.strokfeldt Angelu Mary"own. *, Robert Karl Forsyth EuniceFeagle Johns, Thelma Brlnson Mi-Pal I, J.. W. Hw.al, Mr*. Klla
.
ft. Park., W. U. H. a.Htarllnfr H Pol ley, ;J. R. Mr*. M. E. Johns, II. ID. Melt.*, A. It.Melt HtarllnaMr*. Alma
drew> Powell, John H. BnrnlcePbarpw Lem Proabv TACrawford. Franc) PaulinaFernandea "ohn.uhy B. **, "rn.'lf B. HI. John*. Vincent COMPLETE .j

Win Jr. Prather, W. C. Rmmett T. Bryan, W. )0:. Onl. AlliaForsyth Johns, Jeff ;J. McGee. FI..n"* Ht. John, iMwinHearlnar.
Parka, Bthel 1C "''trl"kland."BI& Brown EMon Cherry. Vern D.Coburn Tommy "lck..on. W. Morrl M..n..., K. I. :
7tj Pitt., Bennett Sllcox, Everett Burns, Edward Amy )Fowler Lucille *, L."ra M HII. ltall M. Ht. Ml red ALSO REPAiR'I'AnT
tjJ Sharps Parker Ella Shaw Frailer J.Sntila. Bowers, K. R. Carlisle. Hili bI'bl.m. Falrrlnth. J. U Jackson Margaret M."I..h. .,. M. l-'I.lnj,.. .
J. Pay ton,, H. W. Arthur F Bower*. J. D. Rudolph Falrcloth.' Mrs. LottieForsyth Jackson. H. C.Juhn. r..f"lllnu.b. Nora Nu A. U.Hurrency _._._ O .,_-_. :

Jerry Portor. Thoma ;J. /Swllley' Oeo. W. Hums. Mr.. Besslalialsden. Parter, M. Vasco .. Melissa V. : Margaret Wnodrow
Mr*. Maggie Frailer, Mary L Hue Kill'* Alvarea i
Prevatt A R.Price. /Smith.' Chnrle.* P.Sfernberir AddleBalsden Cason Jacksun. KulaJackson Repair Parts Only
mo* turrncy.
R.. WoodrowFlynn McKlnney A. R. Jr.Newsom. .. .. ml'
Itltpbln.. Ruth Rosa (Pason Ma* Flynn v. Otil* Mr l > *
4.tl. Purvl*.Thoma H. B.* W. !Sllcox. Lacy R Hurney ..... N. Curry Mr. A. N. Mr*. Woodrois* > ..bn.on. Deborah HearingKunlc. >* I'.rkln. for Brlnley Plows !

U Powell. JohnFrlnale. Strickland. PoraPharpe. Bowers., Mr.. Mart Parden. V. II.Parden. () Jon**, ICdnaJuhoson. J. K.Newsuin Hmllh, Vl.alnlaHtepp
'IIt.r ., DeliaStroman. Hrownlnir, Vollle A. Lucy nrlffl*. P. A.Urlffl Lloyd KunlceNoegel. : *, Loul'** HurrsncyHass 'J
Mack
** Mr*. MattleSaitnee Brown Mrs. Ruby Ponway. W. I* Sidney F.llrlffl .lone*. CellaJohneon. I. W. II.News *. Klla J, - .
i1 Phillip. Jame. F. .
; Y. *. Zena 7.. I'. C.. J. ,*.
Peek. Mr Clara ., Mabel L.Penbrlvht. Bryan o. P. Plark. F. Marvin "m, Htepp*, '
nlJabeth U KdwardSapp llryan Woodrow Crosby A. D. Ollsson ChesterGllsson Johns, Tl. M. Nauinan, Minnie Hklppr, V. If.Htavrlnnos. Our Store In Compryinff
IIl1l1p Powell. John Jr. Elma Brown. Mrs. Arleluddlntcton Crosby.. Marlon L. Pol C.ullesun Judd M R.Jone N.w..om. M".r..t Nlkti.
l U.411I. Prevatt l. ;J. Pharpe. IneStroman Gwendolyn i .Poison c'. W. KldryOllsson *, Ethel North Mr*. ;John nlh.ro V. With The State
Peek. ;Julian L Jr. IT.Snpp. Box F. H.Brown. Polxon ..Bessiedoer. I.avlnlaOrlffl Johnson. Mr*. W. N. Nettle*. Krnost: A. '
Prl..t.,C. Q. / RobertaStump Henry Mrs. Truby Jame* K.Cohen *. K. I. Jone*, Ruby North, W. N.Nicely Hlarllnw, Robert Jam* Fair Trades Act

....r Parker I.eePrather EvelynSlmpnon Uradler, .1. M.Bessnnt llymanPnhen tlrlfflM EugenaUoodge J.k..n. KdwardJenkins I.wr..n"* Happ MildredHtoufl
Helen Hilda K. J.Ur."I. Klva France Newman*, l *
"1. Mrs. Mary *
P..rkln.. Warren E. P"arlI'IlImm..r. Buddlnitton. John W.Brownlnfr. (Cook Troy C.Chrl..ludolllo" ... Mrs. ,LolOoodge .. Jenkins, Chas H, Newmans, Mr. Albert Mrii. F.0 ward
Crock..rtFlhllph..rd.
l W. P..rklnll. Ruby Ma* A WlllardRrownlnir. *, Spero* AI n. Uellrtloodge Jud.l.. Mr*. MilliardJrtrdon Noegel I. William II.Noegel "mob. Mary *
Park., a. P. Lenlle ., Pllfford Coleman. Killth ( MlsPhrlstndoulous. > ( A. L. Ham 11..w.1 Foster Hhl BradordHardwae
"Ithnc"wtt Park. F.lliabeth Shepherd.' Kva Jsme* A. I.aura
1st Park. Bryan Slump Marlnrl E. Brown Brown, )lr.. CharlotuPro'wn. (Chandler. H. S.finer. Kill Mrs. Fay Jone*, Flora T. Noble., Mr*. It. II.NuKgsl "trl'k I..nd.n..mary
'' Pada-ett. Mary Shaw. Itla Ma Mrs. EttaCarter Mrlffls. Oscar'lelger. Jone*, D. Purr Mrs. W. II. Jr Hhannon TmrothyHsl Co.J. '
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'.8.' Dell... Parmenter, R. Uley Pharne, H R.Pmlth. LacyBnnhsm. Margie II. U A. Jain' *, H. B. N..I. KllsabelhNoegsl ., Ouy II. .
I W.
I Patten n. L* IximaBell. Pone, Ine* Patten Mary R. CanovPrlet. :a II,
\om. KthelBrownlntr
J. Hubert E. "Hllcox Mr. Lacy ArrleBrown. Calvin B.Cracker || Marlon W. T. Nunnery, Rudolph. l>rw Hmal*, Ism* Cal Owner

't.HI Parta-ett. Berrv Snpp' Olndv N,..*ter Acle R.Poison. Urlf"... Leo .a'k..n., .lame. I*. Nunnery Oludy* J.Nollemn Mian ley, it. II. f

.... Prleet Mr: *. Pell. !M.ipp. Plbvl '..* Thoma* F. Orlffl, ,LeonPrlffls. Jone.*. Rohert J. IF.Jiirkson. N.I. II. H.I"I.r. Lit* fI
Jr,,.D Parmenter. Mm. MattlPrevatt. e Stanley, RoiiaS"rnherir. I1l1rr..lTho"Ilr..wn.o.lr.: .. Florence Poleman. Little Luther Joel (Ljen Nolleinail I. Htanlfiy. Mr*. .
William Lillian IreneBoan fluff Mrs. Richard A. I'.rnmn. Pharle* Johns, ('. II. N..wcom", O, Mrs, PaulHtswsrt. f
f'rvin r Patray ;Jame* Slmpunn RuherSnuniler Boan n W Poley. t:. J. Ollssi.n B. 1Orlffls. Johns, Bella. P. Newcitmb Mr*, fl. J.nl..n. I'aulHhilll. t
-Win. Phi limon. RuRellParker. *. MildredSmith. Wsd"rrvant Poison, Dr. I.emuel Wilbur K. John.*. CarlJohns. o Kdward T.
H. J. Lorraine Bryant, 1I lyBaker. Poison' Mr. AdaCummlngs. 1'1111. Florence K.Oarreft Thelma L. Titus "Iauah. I\lra. Waller T ,
Parmenter.. Edith Sann Fred Ml.* BunaPnnerlv F. M.fioodman. Jarkson Vela M.Jackson. Olson Mr*, M.ma<'k. June .
"n'n Powell Wm. C. 'P'''AP!>. ;Mr.. L'lla MaeHewell. A lirePlsnrhrd.. .V. M )0:. I* Je.s* D.Oeorgo Mr*. J. n.Jone ... VlrgelOwen. "rt."w. Hllli.rnin, PhyllisHmllh.
"'I Mid. Pierce, John "'. nwell. Jessie Ma* Ponerly, MyrlPoleman. J W. *. It. T.Johnson. Noraidom Monard. F Jr,
P....... France* 'Let Kthel O. Blskely, Kll..ahethBorlnir. Itussell n.Partor. '*..rr.1 t. EarnestOrlffl Harold A. J. I D. Jr.odoin ..rn.n. John A

t toll Phillip.. Simeon Peymonr .lame* D.Swanbom. Bnrlnar.. John H. Jr. Rffle II. *. Ms'Ion June*. Will. AdaJones. V.rnl. .r.n. OraraHmlth '
D. Powell. a. C. r>"'othvShaw. Cruthlrds, Mr.. Dorothr '7alney Pulll* T. Jr. opperman France* J. t'
.. 11a.TtI'lma Porter. Ada R. Mr*. MinnieShepherd Blair. EvaBnxter. lllffordPrnwn. firett. HermanOnrretr K "pl..r..n. Hrytlc* Ht. John All'Hamlers -"

Parrliih O. P. Ira P.Shepherd. Howard ....'....r.I; K.PhsndUir. Matllilurrlffl Kit., lesterKite. .. Oll V"", T W. It, KHtern.
Parrl"h, Mr. O. P. Mr*. Ira P. Mrs. ;M. H. C. P. .. W. II. Perrv ;Jr.Klnr. P l ouls*
r La y Pappaa. Oeor.* Smith, .1. Billiard. Cannon ;J, P.Chandler. rlnrrett Lemml. N. T. "ow..l.. PhsrM* J. Htsarn. Jams* K,
Otl
Pale!. Van D. Seymour.: Ella.lbeth W. I Prown. H. EdChandler. n..It"a. MllfordOelir Kendrlck Tho M. J W.parrlsh Htearas, .Ana '*.
.. Phillip Jame I. Stoke.*, Emma "0". Mrs. F. 11."Rrnhlli. II. .r. ll.rmndrlffls. Kendrlck. ...arlhaKi. .:. J. HiitlKy, riia*. W.Hlnlev. .

"' Pn"J" I P."I....... Freda Simmon' *. IwtcySltcox. I Brown. IJIIbert Susie PUrll FlorencePhs.pmn Minnie. .., n..nKI"kll. I'arrlsh, Oscar A. Vll.let' A.1*
Pralier Nellie Klmo B.io Pr-lffls. Mattl,* ..". Miriam P rrrman K. K.f' Hfhmltl, fharl..* M.
Charle* Mm Vera :MPlmmon" T>r.lr| .; .. Lilly MrUa* 1I..lffl", Arnold .. l il T 11Thomas.
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and A. Pltt. Clinton B. P'mmon. '.k. W. MPolllns. .rm..n. f.
:... "hla L. VPnpp. nialr. W. I* nis.tyir V.Pownn. "Mlsson Albert Kshr, A. I. Jr. Powell, l tura I.I'erklns Jss H.
In 1:. Phelp OracaPayne Mr. MildredHweat Hnwers. Rn'h EllaBaker. Robt. F.Parlton n."r..... > l'iMa* fit*. Mr LlllvKnight Llnnl Thornton..Mr, f, A.Tomllnson .
Payne, Robert Lee KdnaSweet. A B. Albert Kenneth i"......tt. Willie Haul I K.Keller. J'r.valt l..itfa (J. HhepTomllnson
A Ivy D. Htie.n. vv Pfeldire .. Katie lloy
Mnck A.Siarllnir. Itppmorest. Orlffl I. D K. fl.I'levstt ,
!In. Payne. Alma UHtnrllnir. .* P IBnles 'II Thoma ArchI'arrlsh KillsThtmiss.
Vollle R. F. King, Mary K.Kite. Tb.rnt..n.
I.. J. \\ Purdee.: Rldon MAry ., N n. Tivsl BODemores nrlffl.*. Richard D. f/es..l. J..I..* )lr.. llsstcr
..... Pope. William F. Mm''h. Pennl. H.Smltf f'eown. Joseph L.Brown. *. Verna J.Ttval. O.'ffl"' Lnnls* Kit*. VirginiaKemp. Phillip*. T"mln.n. Mlrl..

Lt., P"rkln.. Ola Ma Mr W II.Stiller. MaTi F.llrn..tPrl..r. Hill' PreecoltPrlffl It L.Kemp. Phillip*, R, *...
"111. Ed Phillip.. Jnanlta n. I efleilcox .... E!: P.Rnxley ... ..... A.purden. *. Adalindv. Fvelvn Purrlsh. W. II.Phillips ""1", Jim"h.ma.
Prle...t, Ix>rralna 8.Pl < A PBnxley. .. Ruhr Mlr.nl I.. .. If M.Todd. .
'I' Vermin P.ft n'.* l* Kick liter, DorothyKlnchen. ,
.It. K. V. Mr. MabelSrott Mr A. livsl, Mildred ri"l..... KthelOalner. Hyde It. I'earro, rierthn Lot.iyThomas.
.. Powell. Mary Harriet; Sullivan Wilbur A.pcotf ..rer.: I..'til* ... Peril,* B.T H.rvires l tnnard B. 1'revstt Pl,..ud* I'ea-a-y II
> .1. Klnchen.
".""Ii. Bluhop. Mr. Lllllnn MJStrickland. .. "..nn..". W. P. r>...*I. Pl.rll B.r <) ..n..... AS'retta Kln Kessler, T..It.Kruse I'arrlsh. ...II.rfI' Teuton*. A. <*. I
...If Patternn. LoulnePaul. : ,V H- rennet!. Port* >vrl. )Iv..". PHe-.n. l>*d<>r* AlbertKowatrh. m P. Th..n'u.sr, Jennl I
r. Mildred U pnvett. Ira. II.Ti Geirri. Ltl'lltPun'ee. Julius : Huhorf Turner, PesrlT'imllnson.
R eSnvder. WIMI
.., J. Papareroc*. :Ml.* Nlkl I Strickland. ..rt..n, )0:. S.flnrton. Pvsl. Pella* E.r H..M rOamtil (.. ; HenryThoma

'1a Pitt.. Mr... C. D.Prlnvte. Ixiul' ""** A. II. A. nv'>v,,l, Alma *. Robert H.Onndire KI.h., J'.laKb. KmllvPxrrlsh ., "'lr<1* Nell

MinnieP'lnirle = : )lrIO "oe....vlev.srronr frown. A. P. P'""r" Msrlln :M.Dnulas. U.n. Owond D. lltibyPalmer. Turner, 1C. V. ,
Mlrhl Harley F.Fltron. r"wn. l..ona Cecillievrt ,...C) "rU".. H-s'rlc* Kaufman HurryKanfmn. H.nV Thornton. Mr*. Kill*
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: P:. Parker, William W.Pierce. ., I'-1 I..nI'IlImn..r. "..-.wn. M.rv Fpr n ">eklelDowt Mren W. K.nnodir Anna C!. Peek, H, ,. Jr.Prevatt. Tr ro4le, RdwlnTomMnoi 4 :
Walter .. nKSHPP. 'll..r, ' P""II,"> Phillip.. Oawford M.Poo Kr *,,..n. "far .. Mr*. FlnleyP'erc W. T.Prew. felly, MaryKuier. f'r"vll. Kii: en" Itosa Hell
.... Civet. "". J. W. PmijuevHnpp. Broskv. Mr iJiiira r.r..rr ... B. Mr*, a. K'nter. Mildred K. Thompson Mr., (.'aria I
pn..I.
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.... Poo*..... Lllll. M"rirl* i ........ T-erth* rv prv, Flnley plerc* (Jray..s. T. A. G. MKlnir. f..nl. "Marl n.'ayl.r..f.
Prlncle. Otl ..PStone.!>. Thoma* .* Brown. Wllllnm T. .. Archl* Loon "rve*. rildlPrav .. H. IllnleyI V N.frevstt. P.Tnrlcl. .

",, "ul. A. T. t'mJlh. 1.11\1.\ 1.11 r> ,l'Stewart .. Bl.nken.Mp.. )lor... r tT r D'rden..vsl. Pb..rle* **. P PMnmes. K.lnnITIe.t. : J.mo.. W '.
'" Parker, EmmivP Mr* rnwn. Me,"r t A. r J".I. R. ..9frn r nrd. A IvaTrfe. Mrs. Myrtl* Taylor. K.: <:.
> tlheetv
"If. A ....... Myra n. Johtinl. A-' p-rrvm n. '" nn'e pi-lr* .e*. M.*..1.l. ",,'''.! Tt L.le. Presenlt, H-.rberlprescntl. "80..1... Imnrm. fl.Tor .
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'11I" r r- ..-.lr. 8. '... Jr. Fmlth.Pnrrl ... .. ". *"mn.1 FonPrown. D"sl. Per* r>ree*. M-rla. If. R K. KIjxnnard. W. .. '"I.p..n. "d Lul'i llediersv* I
P t' ....-M" n. ..H. C Ma. floodMvr" Varnt* Jam* Almena It.PrvM. Tarralu.*. Delia Wll- .1
vr. A. F.ul
on. D.I'I"PP. r>*"l. *
(J..rer. .
I, Park". W. D. tll"" '" n... ".... .Prr ..ln B.rantlev. .. I** Dahmer F!. J.Dampler. frnnn f.'fttl: S. Mhby, I. I.Lilly. K. T."r..t. llmsonThoma Ii
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up Prather. W. J. Fr"IW....
Pa Pvene>t..ron.*. I nnl 11:.I"R I,' = :..v';='n. Ol.nn.;.. M....... Baker.prvntlerAllca June Dampler, R C. Gain**. L. )I. (Continued o page four) J

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FACIE. route BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH1. STARKE. FLORIDA ...mw.I

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Farmers Warned To recent abnormal conditions of almost I Court of tll" Slat of Florida. Wynn. LIlhleWilliams Williams Gladys O. Ware M C. 1 Precinct No. 7-New R.verAndrews --
: For Two liallrrmd Commissioners o. 0.Woodcock Woods, James B. Wright Elisabeth .
unlimited demand at good of the State of Florida Jessie Lee Weeks, IU A. Wlsenbaker. J. L. A Kelley Llney

'Walk: Cautiously'Farmers prices may suffer severely when For One Member of the House of Wynn Alvin W..kl. Larkin H. Warren John d W. Kelley, J. 8. O'Ston 1',
State of Wlllard B. Ward Carrie UaTlow
Representatives of the Wynn. Frank K. nurews. Laura
the change-over comes, from conditions Florida.. Wynn. Mrs. N. Wilson Hlldahelle V K.ley. Mrs. D. W. r .
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Andrews, rrlsh. ,
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should "walk cautious of shortages all along the For Two County Commissioners, Williams, Uewey D.Ab.rll.thy. Wallace Hunan M. You Jeanette C. Andr.w. 1F E. Kelley H. C.Ksiley. PrIea
1"In the matter of ''ilntrlrts Two and Four. \I''
planting until Winnie
line to conditions of frequent the Andrews .r. UenrudeKercs lrl..HI. :,,,
International and national conditions For Two Members of County Precinct No. 4-Graham AI. J. M. ,h, ARonfruo ,
urpluttes. Most expert opinion Hoard of Public instruction. Districts Andrews, Guy '' "
Kerc "
Mrs. Anle .
become more stabilized One and Three.In .
appears to forsee such a change I TestimonyWhereof.. I have her.. A Griffin, F. M. Starling Mr.. Alice' Andrews, Mrs. R. R. L Haulo'oun,
William L. Wilson. Director of F. T. Andrews Mrs. C. K.II .
within the next said Wilson unto set my hand and affixed 'h.Ur..t Groves Mrs. Maude Summers, Mrs. Burnle Lv.nd.r. .J'amea L. Hanfroe. B
the Florida State Farmers' Mar. I year Meal of the !State' of Florida, Abernathy M. Cord IITllneH Strickland J. B. Lv.nder. Lily Edna ttgapr j
H. D. Brown Leroy
It Is still uncertain Abernathy
though
very Tallahassee this the
week. While at Capital Beatrice
kta. warned this Mra. Novella StarlingCalvin Urown Phoebe
whether the change will be gradual first day of September A. I>. 1(48. Abernathy Hinds, Ravin Claud a M oody, Obey B. ?
II Butler Elba
the Market Director Indicated the R. A. GRAY SI.rlnl. /ar.h Moody, FannieMerrItt
belief for current Fall or sudden. (SEAL) Secretary of Stats Brouichton Edward Illnea, Hob.r Slarllll. IIU"Hel Bryan, Mr. U. P ; F. M.Merrltt gteu-iek,. .,
prices crops .
Ilrouichton A. W. 13Kmler V ks
gteirl
,
To Hon. A. O. Andreu Sheriff Mr. HI.rlng. Virginia F. j
.T vegetable should besatLslac-I Bradford County. 8-6 81 11- ilrouKhtnn, Aril Mazlne S. Lewis- Craws Stafford L. Moody, J. /IJlherll.I.
ho expressed 'the feeling The Gospel of St. Luke coivtalns Hroulhton. Mrs. Thelma JJonex Smith. L. C. Jr. Crews, O. K. Moody, Farina ,,
tory the most Carl C..rlJuhn..un Surrency Henry C. Crews, FornleDurrance Moody W. E. 'tii P. ilrs.
that. a change from 6} "seller's. parables. i* finer IT (roi-iiT nnAi>Fonn lIruulhlon. Willis Fred StarlingRoy U Moody Joe Snowuen, Ji

market" to a "buyer's market" t'OI I NOTI( ''' OP Kl.F.CTIOI rioitr.Denlna Uylnnton Barney Johnson Mm. Geneva Starling, Onto Mae Dukes, S. B. L, Alton Stoke.. H i
may be expected at almost any the. Sheriff of llradford County, Kelly. Plaintiff ,... Tlno V Jonan Mm. Ida Starling H. E. Dukes, T. L.Dowllng Moody Moody, Leuna S."". .Mabf'
I.r.I tbe. ,btatp ef Klorlilni' Kelly Defendant. Case No. 0153.ORDUK .
time. I Call J. B. Johnson. Mr. Florence Starling J.nnlns.Thor. -, Mrs. RhodaGibson Moody Ida Stokes, ui,
Ra It Known, That A. Gray : OF PUBLICATION
I'th': Call Mrs J. 5.Carey Jones Earl L..I..yIIIurrh"e. T O Sheppard
T
Partners, Wilson asserted should Rncrstary of HI at* of Htate ofFlorMa AND NOTICE TO APPEAR T. L... M .., Frank E. Minney Moody, Werdn. Shepuard, Ii I

.study prospective demand closely. do hereby give' notlco that STATE OF FLORIDA to: Tlaon Mrs. Ethel Dewey Turner. Wllllo I' Moody Moody Marion "hlvar. w. ,

to which a Kelly whose resldinc In unknown. CII..y. Morgan Mr. S. F. Thomas, Ernie Howard W. C.Johns Merrltt, Nan Likes, Dell,",
.ad QBNKRAl.
plant KT-KOTION
attempt crops You are required to appear on Caatty, 'James D.Dy.l. Melton T. T. Thomas Lewis I. J dikes. Prim4
In to produce will be hold In Bradford County November 25, 1914, In the abovnamed WllllardThomas Moody Ch..t.r100dy. Sewall
they are position n Morgan J. UMcKlnney Thomas, M. Albert Ja.
ot 1
State Florida
on Tuesday nextHiiccHxdlna Court and cause wherein J. A. J. Jr.McKlnney C. IL). Johns H. T
W. A.Dyal. ,
SBSot efficiently and market at S. W.
;, the first Monday In November plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
A. J. T. Thonmii
Ervin Mrs. J. Thomas, 8. Johnson O. ,
Ja
,,
A. D. 1940 the said Tuesday Telegraph shall publish thl S Moody Nettle
County
the bent margin of profit. Hearpremed Dryden. 1I.ah..tl Thomas, Albert Johns, A. P. Mobley Louis Turner n,,,
being the In .
Order next four Issues.Witness Jr.P
the fear that many.' Fifth Day of November I hand weekly and official Dyal. Thomas OlenThomall. Johns, Mra. H. L. Mlckeno S. M.Mabry Turner Ma

I who have grown accustomed to Won! United Htates Banstor.hor I seal at Stark.my, Florida, this October Davis, N. J. ParrlHh Mr. E. P.Parrish Win.Wauudifl Johns S. U.Johns Ida TUI'n.r.. n!,
Reprensntatlve ot the Second 23. 1944.OSIClAL Davln Mrs. N. J. E. D. VW W. J. Moody Mrs. Ella Mae A

CongrresBlonal District of the !' ( BBAL) A. J. Thomas. Davis J. C. R. B. Johns, W. N. M..rrlt. Thelma L. Thonm. o !1
of Florida. In the Klahtleth I A* Clerk of said Court. Davis A. C. RObrU. C. B. Willis,. Susie O. Johns, Minnie Morrltt I. L.McNeal Thomas, Mr

Tailor-Made: I MrresH of the United Htates. 'Ctat.j !H. O. Brown, Dyal. B. Ollls Ward Annie K. Johns,.... L.Johns J. H. 'l'hon bli,,
Two Justlcsa I 8tarlteio-fJa'4t Nathaniel Mr. Kqtlllla Wand In. H. M. Miriam Nettles Thomas
For of the SUl> Atty. for Plf. ll-l Iyal Mr. Flora a
SEAT COVERS Vernon W. Hlv..n.O..o. W. Ward. J. L. John., Rebecca To.nln..n.

Dyal. Bests .ynollll. U R.Reynolds'Fouler. Willis, Albert Johns, Mrs. M. L. B..II.o* K. I
.. Continued N F. Willis' Mrs. Leila C. Johnson Mrs., EthelKeiley
( from three)
page
Edmondson W. S. S Wynn. Ellen J. K McCullough Lester Tomln.on. j
Currency J. H. 'Wasdln Pwsslo' Tomllnson,
Taylor. H F. I'glow Louisa B. Underbill, Marl I Millie J. StarlIng, Harvey Willis, John C.Watann B. J. McCulIough, Mr. Mab.N.tte. e,1 wlIggiits i

Thomas, J. E. Unrlnrhill Paul WHS| Chester L. FOII. Clarence J. StarllnaB.. J. ,, Flake B. Kelley, James N

:Thomas: Mrs. J. K.Thornton V WhlKham. Lola sVsxter Fr..I.r.. Ruth D. !Htarllnsr' Mrs Kate Watson, Ella M.. Kelley, .Myrler ., D. Carl q,.
BrantlsThomas Varnes, A. V.Varnen. Warren, A. H. FoaTir. r*. Strickland. Willie R.Strickland. 'VTouttg Wlr.'n.' "

LlxzlaTiuiker M. Walden., Bill J..w..t A. Clyds W. E. T. t
Jas A. Vlnln '. L. D. Warren Albert 1\[. Fowler Fowler, carrieOriffin rttarllnr. P. O. Young Jewel I Precinct No. 8-Brooker 'l'lA
B.
Tucker Carrie Varnss. Myra Wilson Mr. JessieWilliamson. n Currency Maude Young .
Torocle Mrs. Pauline Vlnlng. Charlie Lou Esther Roa Starling Mrs. H. Young, L May Oano, R. F.
:Thomas: A. c. Varnes, Mary Wise Mrs. B. L. 1,1. Matte : L Andreu, E. B. Ualney DaveHard Osteen

Ty r*, PansyTyre Varnes, Curtis wooL Florence Andreu Ethel H. ArtPinholater

Fred D. Varnes, Horace Wilson Willie L. Precinct No. Hampton Andrews, loneAtkinson **, Mr. Charles P
Thornton, Wllbert Van Vleet Harvey N. Wynn On IsWhlsham C. L
AH Work Guaranteed :Thornton: Ollle W Madge Adklna, J. B.Adklns Hall Sallle Will Perry Lucille Allen, R. O. Harde, Hi bit, LeeBairn. I'ad.et. .i.

I Tucker, Josephine O. Woodard D. D. t Warren FlorenceWhatley PencyAdklna kl..nlr. C. E. Flttman L. K. Allen, Mrs. R. O. O.W. W.R. D

WARD SEAT Thomas HadleThomas ,vrno. J. L. H. S.. Clarice Hicks, Just V. AlblrthaRa"e. Atkinson, MinnieAtkinson Hodl.. W. Plnhol..r.
Frank F. ., Oria- A. What ley. Mrs. H. B. Adklns, J. C. Hall C. W.Horns Pitman ; James B. H. Iarl.h. O.

I COVER CO. Thomas Little Wilson Eunice Wilson Sarah Alderman T. J. Pearl u Aarons, D. L. Hasen B. F. N.
Thomas U H. Wilson Ira Warren Dewey Alexander Hadsell E. lilnsun Bart fl. W. Jr. Atkinson John W. H..n. AmvrlcusHods Parker L

O/IY'S/ SERVICE' STATION Tyus, 'If. K. Wiley, Mrs. Lottie Wiggins ... W. Aycrtnc, Lroy 1..1. KlUs Ruth Kahrne Mrs. CUtforrlRhnden '' II ;*, Johnkiagan Minnie Parker

Tvu. Minnie L. Wynn, H. C.Wiley Williams Jack Alfxand..r. IjiuraAdklns. Marlar.tHln.un. WIUte> Brown L. A. Parker LitPinbolsier
Wbsoe 10 Court Madison 'Sts. Tsnljr. Mr.. Louise W JackWarren Williamson Isaac C. K. Howell, Henry I Barry O. W. Hodetts Winnie ,

Tsnly Udmond p.Uglow Newn Wynn, J. O. Aldarnuan. LUcY Sod-. Halek W. T.lialek Itowell Viola Brown, Mr. M. L. Hods*. Minnie dlaPar'l..h.
Hasen, Mrs. M. B. J.
V Mr. W. T. Returns Alta
Wynn Oasis Williams Joe 8.Wlllard ,
,
leyB J. P.
I L.xt..r. L. O. Padgett L.ParrlHh .
LevlRhoilen Hasen ,
Rhoden.
John Wilson, Sarnthla J. W. Hall Mr. JUobblo
Baxter W. Q. ,
CarlRlKdon hods, ,0. K.Harrell Ui
'" Brannen, J. J. F.WUBK. Hayes, U. A. Barry L. W.

mo-net OF sxtenosjWrTtRCAS tile Osileedu. .. SeE'.. lip Awding .. the Laslaletura shall H the !...*.. W. L H.rdy. William CoatayRhoden Barry Mattla Uliaxtr M. U. Padgett, C.
The Lesutlsaur* tt IMS, .eatlono U end U ex Artiste SIB of Ute Ian.. Session et IMT. and from tlm* t* LlanKH, J. H.rdy. Douirlas. Lillian : U. W. Howard, H. H. Polk MartiPadgett
...U.e the Conitlnitloa ii ... ISIS tb* CoasUnitUMs W the Slate of Florida- as time thereafter enact laws apeoifyui Hrannen, Mae Hlnes, LonnloHaynus Rahme, Merle Brown .Reatallloaa SLough, H. L.Hodwes A.
tat* Florida, Old pies I Jala _5.0. Adoptee at tbo General Beetloa ., No Ute powers, functions. duties end Drown Them Franklin Emma Rhoden Mrs. W. E.River. LtannlsHouerh Polk, Chit
ttut propoeias smandments te tt>* .......... INto said AmeMdmasit to "- penaatloa of County Tax Collector daekr Urown R. to Hardy, Doris H. .. Mrs. Easter ., Leila I Mae M. Folk Kd:
:: ft the Stale' iS Florida, sod vide soar .... eVe-Numberlcs .. aVMtlons sled ta paragraph I *f this 8ee"I' ltedmnboulfh J. W. Robinson CarrieS Frank Ha.n. H. B. Pre.cot. V
tee ..... were ......l t* by a voteOrei .. 11 sad It of Artiste V1U .f Ute OnutVtutlon sad shan likewise. provide for Ute ..... Urown C. J. Johns Mrs. MinnieJackson Baxter Lucille Sludge, H. Y. l'r.cot. [
fifths of all the members. elected .. the State .. Florida as Adopted tertian,' care reportlas die.buraeraent ), Lassie W. R. Blade. Oliver Brown L A. Jr. Hayes., N. U. Jr. Prescott C
a each ........, that the votes *s> said at Ute. aenersl Beotlos) is NavemiorU44. I of .1. .a 'ruwn. Swindle D. W. t Baxter, Ileulah Lwis Harrell PhelpH, E.
Krannon H. A. J. F.Johnson .
Mrs. Lllthel
Mat Revolutions war. entered spas .. to Amend Section 11 end 1. County Collector. .1U Johnson Geo. W. Brown, Dotihla S.ItlKham Harrell J. PhelpH, V.Ilnhul"lr..
.their .respective Journals, with the you of ArtIcle VTI1 .. the Constitution of Ui-own, Llnnlv D. W Saxon John W.. K. Jr. Basalt V. V.Hodgea ,
ana Sara thereon, end thai did deter the State el Florida and to Provide that I Strewn L. Li.iiodenhough Johns, Stella Smith. I BleTham Mrs. W. B. Jr. W.
B. ,
axlna and direct thai In .. L. L. Johns Merrill Blade. William A
the said Joint tho County HOUsboreush." State e' JOINT RESOLUTION NO. IIS CJCassells
_eeolutlons ... submitted! to the .1_.. Florida the County Tea Asaeeaor' shall BOa. HX8OLUTION flirt, MarvlllU.d..nboulh Johnson Essie !Smith' Rebecca I Ha..n. Mra. Frankie Parrlsh,

IS the State at Ute Oeaeral Eleettoa totnvember Asaoes the Property of the County for A to Article XVI, of the' Ruth Johns, Marlon B. Smith Ethel Nancy Hazen Alph A. Parker, Mr
1_. the purpose of LevyIng. ."'te. County. .... State of Mrs. 13ffl P Johnson John C. Saxon Ellen I, Colson O. H. Hasen Emery PurrlHh E
NOW THERErOB: : I L A. OUAYacretery Be aola and Munfetpslttles Ha taa County Addles Aa Additional Section te) brown. Laura Belie Johns, Adelle Saxon. Annie L. Crews, Wallle Hasen, Mra. B. F. Parrlnh 1
of stats of the State ol Florida. of lUUsborausb .xcept. the City ot Plant Provide for the Appointment by a ).l.'ohn Louise Johns Beatrice Smith John T. Crews, C.' J. Haxeii, Mr. E. J. }'HIIII.t. a
do hereby elve noun that aOENER City. Florlds. which Shall bs Exempt: current Resolution of Ute Senate a Dirt Mrs. W. P. Jones, Ethel Smith Frank Cone, LllllaCoOflon Hasen Mrs. H. K. ,

: !. KUSCTIOMwin front Ills Provisions ., thIs AsnandmenTaaes .. Hou. of Representatives of s Olvn L. Johns, Thornton Smith, Roosavelt N, Alva Harrell, UuyHasen folk Fran
be held In each county In florid Levied by the State County the Budget and to Authorise the Ltr; H.d..nlough.., Johns Robert Slade. Vernon Crosby, Clarissa A. O. Polk Allle
en ;Tuesday next succeeding the finMonday : County School. Board School DistrIcts: I.tu. to Prescribe bis Power end llUeTIT, Ever..t Johns, ZellJohnson Sweeney. E. May Cro.by. A. Hazen, 1. H. Polk Audi,
L
In November A. D. 184*. Iheld Special Tax School Districts and the L
Qualifications and Term 0* Carl Snxon Cleo.summers. H. Hasen PurvisHodse Purrlnh, i KParrlnh
Drown. Maggie Cro.by.
Tuesday 'hems therifTH Municipalities .. the County Cxcept" the O
MiPadgett.
Minnie ,
Clyde W. L.Hodice .
DAY Or NOVEMBER City ef Plant Florida. ac Burton H. l_>. Jonas Wllllo T. L ,
City,
I the the ratification 01 rejectionof the Its IT RTBOLVieO BY Tel UCOISLA- TURK IT OF RCSOLVTO TUB STATE BY T tEOT: Burton, Mrs. II. D.Uurkhurt Jones, Leaner Slade, Lester demons. K. H.demons' Truby LI

t eald Joint Resolutions proponing Amend rUES OF INS STATS OF FLORIDAl That the li Leetturkhart Johns, L. U. Sr. Smith Roy Mrs. E. H. Hicks, P. H ftRuss LottlRogers f

mania to the Constitution ft the SUtee That the following Amendment of Sole XVI of fllo.ln. 'utloa of '.. Murtha L. Jones John Slaile, flertrudeSlade Crosby Ill.H.. B. Hayes, ,
< Florida' vuuBNATV Article Vin of the ConatltuUoa: of tbe of Florida by adding thereto .sa addi l.-arwlck. W. H. Johns Ow.Ida L Clnda Crosby Mrs. Llllle Hasen, T.; C. V.I

.. --, State of Florida relative) to the ..AMt tional section to bo known ss Section Blrt Mr. W. 1' K Smith Elvle Cro.by. Mrs. Thelma Harrell I. Mildred HOM..r., S. j
'
'a mint and Collection of sH tasaa In thCounty he the earn. Is .bitchy to flirt Mary Lee Kol.hr..ul.r. L. R. Stone, Mrs. Clara Crosby L. B. Hicks, tanfordHarrell VaneHUBS
JQfrTT ftVSOtCTriOrT NO. BS ef nillaboroutti. Slat as Florlds .bU.o. submitted to the ...of u Blrt, Eugene Leroy Kalch Carrie .:. Stone, Ethel Colson R. 'A.Cassalls Eva J. BJ
A JOINT RZSOumoN Proposing enAmendment by Re-Numbtfrlnj! Section II ss adopt.4 of Florlds for Blrt, William U. Kauba Mrs. Elizabeth SI..d.. Lula Alvin Harrell Hula UusnVI1n
to Sue Constitution el the st the General Ieetloa of IMa so .. I to JeetlO at th. general rttle.UO. Brawn C. >J. Kauba. Charle.Lelll..r. Saxon William A. Crosby Colonel A. Hodcas, Ruby Kline, WRim. 4
Slate o' Florida to be known .. Article make M read Section IS et Article VII b* held.Ieo _. Harr, Airs. UrnoeBluukburn L Smith Mrs. Wm. H. Carlton R. R. Hodges, Mrs. W. R. ... Mrs
JUt, Sections 1 and I, Thereof: gelatins of Ute Conatltutloar of th* Stateof Florida ss follower' e I ,' ;, J.' H. Ira Smith Martha K. Collins, V.ra Hodare, Ivy Rlgern. Mf

'.... to timE the ef ConaolldUon-AboIlehuul Certain County Office, and ec Cre-the Article. and vnrof'by Amandins the Constitution Section. of 11 the.01 law SECTION M'. t.I.t.. ..1 by. Uarwluk Janice M. l.mor..aux. Emma Smith William larry Crosby E. 1+. Harr..l. Mi-s. J. C. Rum,, ElirifHUMH J. 1.

Assessment and Collection of Munlelpa Mate of Florida, .. adopted! at the Oeneral who pld..b ... larwltk. Mary K. Lamoreau J. U. Smith, Barn R. Crosby, Lydia D, S3.Hasan ,.
Rudg
by a r>
,
Turn* by County T.. Oftletala. In Orange election:" In November, of lINt sos resolution .f 'pln. ... .and concurrent Hens Lester, leneral Smith, John T. Carlton Mrs. Vlda Mae, Mr.. V. V. CMRodgera
County. Florida, and Providing for RefsreiMum to snake IVmsd Section IS ef Arllcl Representatives, and shall. by law. o Clark, Ada Lester, Malll.IIIanlr. Sullivan Robert Crosby Madeline Howard B..ulal Roberts,
Elections: for Acoeplence) or Refection vm of th. Conatltutlon of tho State efFlorida sletent with other provisions Crmsen, James Ira M Slley. Mrs. LinnteStilth Clark W. L. Harris, D. VRobinnun
of any Law of Laws Enacted: by and to exalude the City nf PlantCity presentbis a tl. Cpnstltutlon Chaataln, T. C. ., MattleMead Mrs. W. H. Colson CI.raClemon. Hodl., Mrs. W. I.. .

the Legislature *l the ate!* of Florida from said *Amendment Bs and the t.r Lia "".. pw. e.l wU. ChBstaln. Mr. JesnloChastaln Mrs. Bernie. Sanders, Jerry ., Lewis Bernlc Hoblnsun,
ee Provided la said Proposed" Amand- same .. hereby agreed to and shsll be -d. the.length!,which shall b*> Canton May Claude L.Manlre Scott Charles C. Collins, H. M. Hodge, Mrs., H. Y. Robinson,

.en" submitted to the Electors: of the State wholly within the discretion of the Laslilatur Chastaln, Ella Mae C. R. Saxon. Mr. Alma E Collie Luclu. Hodete, Mrs. M. L. Hobln..on.nober. .
BB WjreJOLVTO BT TH* LEOI9LATURB : of Florida foe Ratification er Rejection and shall not be limited Cowan, A. N. Miinlre. Stella Simmons R. D. Clark Willie Hasen. Elaine J j
or THB STATE or FLOIUUAI st the General Election: to be Held. t Kobert. LRohlnMon
*
oa tInt T. Article XVI of the Cowan Ola Mitchell Frank Simmons, Theo Chessor JewellChesser Hodne, Kffl
That the following amendment to the the tint Tuesday aJUur the lint Monday : ,
r u MH A* WlnId.. t., he knOwS ae l,_ M...k laaSt. Cox, Urov.r C. IX'_Evelyn. F. u ., Earl Howell, Mrs. Rosetta Ru. Lola I
Article-XX. -Sections-I .end'I, thereofteUtlns -SECTION: It-1. From and alter Jantt- COMMl'I'I'EE S S _ (Clark Jake itlixon. rilnmaMetehett Raylor, Mrs F. M. Crosby, Albert Lef, Jr. Howell Johnnie Huns,, ]IrmH

to eonaolldatlon, aboll-hlns art I, IMS, the '" Tax r onillaborouiB Conly, JamesDval. M. M. 'Tlrll..r. Cook, Earl & Qrlffls 1.rr"l. Annie ,
end .. n.th of eerUla County effldes =.; shall A.= all A HOUSE JOINT JOINT RESOLUTION NO. tl U ?*Mlnton Aaron; A. H. Cyal ..SahiieDyal Charles, Jr. Runs, Frar Lellj

end tor aiMeameat and collection o' enualclpal prapev..'fat 'slL State County School Amendment RESOLUTION .. the U 1>. Mlnton Kate" Tlrn..r. Mrs. Ava D Hicks, Neta Gertrude Russ,
taitee: by County tax etfleere laOvanse and siunlelpalTsaea to bo levied laUlllaborousn of the 'o Section I I. W'co Plttka. Mra. Mary Matchett, H H. Tidwel. Charles C, Mrs. T. D. Howard, W. L. Reed Alfrc
,11. County, '-Florida.*....>P..141n. County by IS., Skate, Retettnl State"ot FksrIds. Dennlson, C. M. Ruth Mrs. Ethel Do..la. .J. K. Leila Huns, LottllHuberts EthrtLItu

Inr referendum elections .ov ecoptencer County. County 'School Board BohooDistricts. BE IT TSP Dennlsnn. Av.y C. MII"h..l. Mrs. M. L. Touchton, May .. W. M. .}oward., M.Hasen. ",
.
rejection of any law or laws enacted Special Tan School Districts and TuftS or OF L2 I>yaU Mrs. ThomasDyai. l"ynafd." F.. K. TOlr.ton. R F.VanAl.tine Dlllao. J. A. Wlnfred M.Hasen Uf

b, the. LesMature of Florida .. provided Municipalities esfcevt an the City of Plant That the n fAn.. *f Sec .' R. F. Meads Mr. Francis C. Mrs. Ruth B. S
therein, be submitted to the qualifiedelectors City. Florida, which cIty shall be exemptbinS 1110..1. Dyal. Ruth F. Dukes R. K. Harrell. 8url'.nt.y.Shaw ,
$0 Meads Mrs. ,
of the Constitution of Mrs. Fannie Edith D. .
ton .
I of the State of Florida for dop- tho provisions ef this Section Ill MraSowell
i' Moa or rejection at '.... net .....1'.1' 1. The Legislature ..aii. st the Lasrla.Istlve State of Florid relating to approprt.stlona Dyal. Mary B.Durlny Morrow, Mrs. L. W. Van Alstlne, Culver Dukes, Oracle Howar4, B. L.
electloa to be bald U the .feu UW.tevltt Session In 1MT and from Urns to Is hereby agreed to and .1 5' C. A. Morgan Jessie Wilson W Dyal. -Theo Howard, Carlton W. Stokes, N.
submitted) to the electors .. "' Durham PearlDenniaon
: MayO Wilson F. Iv Hodge, Wealey'Hodgo
time thereafter enact I... specifying thpowers Vou.lall. Nu '
ef Watterson, Martin L.Watterson rrenet'
Florid for or rejection etIho Cora Lee ,
Manlre Ethel
I funetlone. duties and sompenu' ntll.tl. Charley L.dDavill. ,
AMTICLB'XXnCTtON tide of the Count Tax ... ..tesurnated must: on to b* hold M Us via. Oscar Manlre, Louise Laola John W Lm Howard, Rudolph C. Nha w. If.F.Stokes .
I. The LMlalature .Is author.ked '. In Parsaraphef SecUoet It, and .. D. 1944: that Is to esy thai Durham Cleveland Maxwell Mrs. Ida Wynn, Lacy J. Dukes, C. Harris, Tom Stokes, II'
t and empowered to provide' by law shsll likewise provide by law for th. Section M, Article III ef the c. Durham, NellieEilanrt. May. Martha Joyce Wynn L. A. Dyal LeDyal Harris Gertrude .
'er laws enacted by II at Its mular seesloa extension oa the Asasecmant Roll of the atltutlon ef the State of Florida b* I,, Mrs. Lillian Wynn Lonla E.Watterson .' Thelma W. It..wart. II

J > held In A. D. IMI. e* el any County Tea Assessor ol .11 tsxss Isvlei follower amended add ..amended _.1 read ad Fred D. May M.y..r.H. 1>. Mrs. Mary Doutrlas Ruby Hamiton.. Mr.. Z .'

sesular' aeulon ......dI... lor the eoneolldatlon. by the State County. County School SECTION to. Law Klland, Malta May May LorencWiggins Dukes, Mrs. E. C. Hodle., Hach.1Jon" Stephens,
*j ereatlnsl of .n, Board. School Districts, Special TaaSchool making Use expropriations Kllanil I. H. B. Surrencv
.boll.hln&: D. Mttnlre, Davis, SliceDukea 5
t County I '. County, Fler Dlatrlcts and Municipalities loaded for the aelsrles .. publicoffldels Bllsnrl. Frieda M.Forrl Lul. L WlBirlns, Ida'Vadlworth. Stew, Fffi
Me. Provided, there r., exoepted from tho County of Hlu>borouhState end omployeee end all othes Moody, O. P. 1..1. .. Victor T
"' ... affects ol this. Article ludies ef all o'r Florida with the exception .4 i ef the State hall contain .R. Mitchell Frank Williams, M. M. Davis Jones, W. e. Ilewart.* ,
'.' ojourte: and ta provide for tna aaaeiaraeol the City, of Plant City which la hereby : aa other subject nor f') D. Maxwell W. HMctlreuor Wartsworth. Frances Drawdy .Rosl Jones William H. Happ, H nSapp
!' end ...11_ ,of munlelpal. lea_ andaneeeamonta. exempt from the provlawas, .*) thID of any Word, Dos.y'Meene. J. W. Williams, Hamp Drawdy T. L. Jones, Thrnton Nor'
I r or either ol them. by County Amendment. r.= : except ( H. COllllM Jethro D..I. Carneta
: McOr"lor. Wllllama Jones Mrs. Myrtle ', K
.
OeorgeWlBRlna
.. ThomasOrlffln fltewl.
tea otncers" In SaId' C>unty. Any law eo Drawdy,
SECTION: II. I. From and after January Jones I, VI
Ard..1 TylerK
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enacted reapectlnf the tonaollditlon; or .11.o .. W. H.'n.y. Newell I. N. J. if. Davis, S."del.
I. I8 e, the County Tax Collector In .W. V Be
of tb O. P. Stok.s,
approprIations for' Jr.
O. P.Oriffin .
psainsi.nent ,
I emotion ol any Count* erncea shall pro- Newell "e..I.Perry. 'Val.worth. Drawdy Janle
I the County of HllleborouSB. State oFlorida trnprovemente and bulldmgs K. Kelley, C. S.Kelley Phaw. Am
ecrtbo the powere. dullea end eompenaatJen. p. B.
J I shall ooUset all laxee levied m elate far Mrs. p J. Iln. B 46Edwards Mrs.- C. S. Starling.Stokea I
.. the .,ft"" designated. thereinoa tnlINp.1 by Uuy. ? James T. Wynn C.
the County by tile State County County T. J. C. T.
osmlao sad dlacharie the duties .. biatricta. te .* or prior Oay W.t..on. Nannie Edwards Kelley, O. c.! H.
She Office eoneolldtted or created t and School Baird School Specie 1.1.I.t. for Emiy. Perry Luclndey J. V. Kelley C. A. Stoked, LrSowell.
so ,Tam School Districts and Munldpelltleeof a .Io. hll..a' .sy. WaU..on, K. B. Edwards
any law ee enacted respecting the aaaeaesaant tl funds, lelllde Greene p. B. Prevatt J. B. Wynn Carl C.Williams T. E. Kelley O. C.Kelley Mi
Ir.
HUlaboroufh County. Florida Bdwarda
sxcepi .
and collection ol municipal teases.d ta sale approprlatloai bin Parker Robt. T. B. MtPtoke
Mr.
_.....""u. or either of them, by la the City of Plant city. It be ns exempt amendment or supplement thereto, ed! Oreene, Lois U. Perry. Preston L Williams, J.Idella U tidwards, Jr.- Kelley, U A.. '.J. IL !Stokes' .. U
from the provlalone of this Amendment. hell b* for no tonser than two Orlffla, OscarOrlffls. P.. ,
oauety tea officers eh all provide for theeiiiiialas. yssra. arce, Ole O. Jdw.rde. A. A. All
Williams Flora A.Kelley Stoke.
S. Tha Leclalsturo shall st the Lea.1- All appropriations mad prior te thai Ines William Kelley
eolloetlns; accouatlnc for ardellaburstng n Mrs. A.
of said taaee and/or aaaeae- ativs Session of IMf and from tithe to adoption .. ..... eeetlon which are eon. Olbb., Ketella I..rry.. f..1 Williams, Mrs. Edwards,' A. Tain-tads C. Stoke, 11
L. J.
time thereafter, onset laws spedfylns the Williamson S. ln. V. Sr. Kelly Muriel LusLewld StokeS,
mast to the appropriate municipal tracy to the provisions ef this section Green, C .Jr. V. Kdwards
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H..v.re Mr. J.
I lowers, functlona. duties and eompenas4on shall Prev.t. Clifford V. Jr. L .. EuTylar.
I authorities. and for compensation for expire ot July *047.S II Eva "llam.on, Ollle Edwards, Albert Stokes
.. of County Tax Collector deatgnaiodn .- Mildred Ernest R.Lewis T
mush county tealns .ftl. for earvlveesaexlered : [fall. W. H. Pons. Williamson. Edwards .
Incident thareto. That If any Paragraph 1 of Section II. and aSsail flail. l\ SIcily WIII.I.on. W. W. LuclleFowler J. W. W.
F
ouch law reapecllns .... eoaaolldatloaee Ikewlae provide for the collection cere.cuatiMiy Strnll. A. E Peters Carry Wynn Wadsworth. Marjorie Lewis, E. J. Thomas, IThumu.1
ROUSe jonrr
1 ursoLtrnoN N.. rr? I.
and dtabureement a.
reporting el Mrs. ,
? creation .. oay county sfflcea ta scleepted Plckren. J. J. Verda Lewis Mra. E.: *
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: all ..... collected by the County Tout A IOIN RESOLUTION Propoilng sa Ka.ll. DebhlsHall Ralph 'Vil. J. fowler, .C K. L .
and ratiiied at the referendum allector to-Article V ot th. R. N. P..ar""I.. R. O..1 Lewis, Amanda Thoma
James Fowlor -
.*lection herein provIM. auch law shell c. Ormonil H. M
Williams Lewis
Mae
lotion of nold. by Adding Ilnll, Lynn F. L. Liia Thum.
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..become effective with rfoapect to the .. Addlllo.1 R.latintf AM li. _! hail Angus Parker John H. Williams, Charlie U. FoW"r. W. 1. Lewis, 1,.. Thur. :
eVes aired therebi' on the mat Outs I ) Pope, Albert O. F., j
E. C.
(day after the lint Monday In January HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. lit loa.o..e i-.oft'I.-C ur ef hell, F.llsaHall Perry I..m Fred \Vhl.., BeussleWarren Hampson bowler, L. A. Lone John M. Tumln.onTyl..r.,
of eny year Immediately uoceedlnc the A JOINT Lil." tjiuree Parker. Edith T. Lewl.
RESOLUTION Proposing sa ountv Snllrltor of asld I Inea Mrs. Odell Irlpp. R. Mak'olmLewi.u Tvli-r ,
t.sr'rl election bed auoaequent ta paidts.f.vendun Amendment to Article VIII of the Conitltutlon BE IT RESOLVED BY THE 1.U. M. Parker Knhln Hershel I..r. O. W. I M
election' at which electors nriOM Snlllo M. JJalker. Llxsl Mae A. W. Timan.
lot
Pierce
of the State of Florida Relative Ial. John Fowler.
,_d.n' o.h.. United Stetee ere voted to Aasaaament of Property for Taaee and TRI OF THE: ITATI or Ilck.'oolro. Lam II. \Vrlght.Jessle l.. rowler Iarv., Longs Mrs.. E. C. (
F'.
L Article V ef the P.ry. _.r'
.Sort end If any auoh law rP' the the Collection ot Taxes. by Adding. ) 'at..r""n. Frederick L. Lewis L. R. Tyler,
Preston forsyth.
: fclffi'n Constitution ef the P..r P. Heeber .
Florid ITyler
ef '
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and collection ol Ita. Lewis
Hicks Ovid
aaawjaenent L
Thereto Additional Sections M Provide b Dorislicks' T..I"r.
mended ,.... James fowler
.tsg5. and or either that la the County of State by adding en .ddlto.1 PI.krn. J Wadsworth, Walden B. Charley LewiS, Mrs. R. P. TeThoina '
Bay of
hr county = = :: Is .. ...ctll'd:: Florida, the County Tax Aueeaor shell '_Ion to be known .. Hall. {I.rnc ", Mrx. Ruby 5. Flppal. Elb.rt Long, Robert *. rTvler .

..11ft... at the. referendum election si -_.. the Property ef the County for the aid Article; relattn te the election P.rry. uvella Tarn Tlden fowler, Alex JohnLyf.ld. MiTeuton r'
provided ........n. th. same shall become Purpose of Levying State County School ho Judge of the Cr. .. Record In andor fowler. Mr. I. a. L.K. Charles H. *,
effective the rlrrt day of January Levied Eacambla CO" and the County Precinct No. 6 Plpps Harvey I'
on nd Munlelpal Taxee by the SolIcitor of ssld County and the uereby I -TheressaLA I W. M.Lewis Tetun,
SMxt suaceedlns sack. rolerondum* _leoSJCCTION State. County. County School Board. same Flpos. Mm. T n Thomas, \.
: screed to. and shall b* submitted Iva Mae
School Districts. Special Tax School Die.utota to .... Hall. W. H.Hasan. fowler;; Fllghmatu.TilgItm'fl.. I
She elector ot State of Florid LewIs Paine B.
Mr.-'r" ,
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S. Before law deaerlbodas Municipalities;;! D. J.
sny and .. the County. for Alderman H. Phiip. FOWler I .
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or the 0 Lonir. if.
the preceding section of this Article htln".lol rl. 0 Ida Haxel fowler Eugene
BE IT RESOLVED: BY THE LEOI9LATVRsV : ral to on the Alderman. D. W. M Tyler Th
vftall bo < force and affect. It shall Phillips
o any OF THE STATS OF FLORIDA Tuesday the first Monday te Met.vember Hlnson. Willie Mae Mildred Fowler, Dewey Tyl-T Br''riinlafl.
lbs ratified 8. M.
accepted and by a majority AldermAn Ueo. M.
,Ife ad the qualified electors at Thai the following. Amendment W Ar- 1 follows Hall. J. F. ESf.k.hm Mr"- ertru"e fowler, Linn I. Deli Mot.. May : I
In.J. Florida, et a referendum: electloa range Uelo VUI of the Constitution .. the SECTION 4!. ,.Iu..t hs Court L W. 1...,.. Clyde D. J. Jr. FlPPs, WllmaOerald Markey Thoi T.lotone.T..t.ne..
._ _. called and .arid for Ute purposeof Stale ttf Florida relauve to the __ .f Record In I. Countynd Wyman Clyde fayn*. Peggy a Molt .1. ,
determining' whether. such law aSsaIl m.n' sad Collection: of lU taxes la the the County Solicitor of aeM County Alderman Emery R Henry Kaley I>. L M Temone,
fee accepted aad ratified or rejected by County of Bay State at Florida, by add- hall hereafter be elected by the qualified B 11..on.. *. Madison Jal..y. Belle rierald l.nn.t MelvIn C. C. Thorns
""** cjueUfted elector ot said County, I Ins thereto additional sections to bo .iactoya of said county a* "state snot Batten W. Hall, Calvin *. M. Ester Qalney Mott. O. J. V
nek, refareodum electloa shall ee held knows ss Section It sad Sectloa I'. bo county fflctala are The first Baker o. c Mrs.) Hamilton. Rlvler, Walter nalney. H.P.. R. Mints, Mr. L A ,
,. wMttaa ....tp daya alter the effective- and th* sssno la .baieOy agreed te and eetlos) of the Judge) ef the CoinS of' Hreoklns, Orvlllo .Lull B a E Or..n 1ot. L A. Varnsdoe
....11* be submitted to the Electors: of the ecard m end tor' Eeeenibla' Herswy. Sullivan MInnie B.Mott 'VW.t.rs
Th I .
due .. any such law. Board of Coun. Claude K. O.ln.y T
lan.n. Harde Mr.. .
alaS. of Florida of tho Henry N.nnl.
lor ratification County Solicitor of
County Commlaatoners shall provtd tor or rejeo- Albert A. U Mr. J. M.
tee holding ot any suck .refereodura elms ties at the general election te bo held' ball bo held et th* General -' Beck Mrs. L. Hunter Roy D. gulllvan.. James Gainay Mary Jane Mann U V. Wigging
m th. tint Tuesday after tho M take effle the first C. Hlnson. Ureen Slave Ward. O.
tint A
: etoa and thereat shall bs Woodro. (D..0.) Mott, Howard
published Swindell.
= Monday la November lbs T. Nation. R. L. Hlnson. Willis Grtmea. A. )
Car said once .each week for atHeaat laef. as foitewal II. .Monday U O. Sullivan, Mabel A. Mott 'Jeanette Water
tour sueoeaalve weeks tmmedlataJy SECTION:: U., (i> From sad after term (ow ycare. Th* or Ben".I. M. Hall Louis Oalney R. M. Mott..N. C. Wire1 .

ext prier to Use date ot sue* election.as January 1. lIt, the County Tam Aueeaor tenur of orffia ceaieeaM -seialufeae Hall. Laura Sullvan. Mrs. ElvaSwindell. Or..II. A. Losll Jr Morgan H. P. Wilam'.
e aewapaper .. scnersl slreulatloa In ta the County of Bas State .. Florida I or heraftar appointed M either *f the (olb.n.. H. C. Haertle. Karl A. $ Bra.-Flay Orsen. R. B. J.I
.- County. Bxeopl as _.-.th."..... Hull assess- all property for all Stat.. otfleee berets mentioned shall sot b* eei. Verda ". rtl..' Mra. Earl A. ibley. W. 8, nren. Mr. L.L.. Morgan. clarenceMarrow &f. White."loon.WWlla
County. School and tended hereby Any vacancy ta eithert Clayton, Alberta Hlnson Double Oreon. Mr. J.
tapsvtdad. the Iowa ef the state relating Municipal taxes to Robert DaveJohns Mo'.. Flora 1
ss> eke holding of (mersl elections ahaul b* levied In the County by the .,.... said ernc-se whlca occura paIrs to asld Cochran.. J. C. J Sullivan. Percy IT' Orson L. R. MelvIn Hattie Ward,
cover the holding. ft rcfereatdoaat i County Cpuaty School Board, School .tint T.7 after th* first Monday hs Cochran. III''' J. C. Florence Slbl.y. Mrs. Maul Orlner. R. if. Mott, I. IoW.d. !
I election u soy' aa- law shallbo Dlatrlcta. Special Tam School Districts I.u.l. shall be. fll by ."I- D Jon...* HotI Slbley, Elbert Oreen. Mann, A. rr
accepted and ratified by the sisjorltyof and Municipalities.Tha the Governor Oodil. Lillian M1. Johns, Sullivan, Felix M. Groover Mary L. Mann. A I. Wilam.
; b. the Senate a. F.
'. doctors pertldpstlng la -.u... I ell Loclalature shall et tee testa.au .. he aa but heretofore m no ..t.by Dickinson Mrs. J. P. K L Swindell. Jlml lalney, Mra.M Morgan B.rbara A. Wllaml.
election, suck law became .. ConatlllUo. Sullivan Molt .
referendum Seaslon lie todd) Edna
la sad from tune to Robert J. A. (4rtm.. n IC P.
H. .
the tint Tueadev K.I..y. Rufus Ward.
end b IB full fore and effect, but .the u"1 after fiwindeil
tbeassfter. Martin. Mra.
Ume enact lame specifyIng tho the Maml Kelsay E. Nellie ('Ireen )1
to Ind.l. OllleKelsey Tt.'Im. ,
January lets R. .
ft st such election a majority of theuiect.r. It. "ond. L n. Jr. \vii m.
any powen. functions, dutlea end sompenaaloa Fred 8.. Speed Thomas Martin W. L.
IrWII.m.
55 Green
office ef T4. )
participatIng, therein ahall vote of County Tam -Io.- ..ted .t. either of saId offices an foe Marjorie R. L FrankLoper Speed, BeatriceTrlest. (lren. Lucille B. Mark.". Mr. T. W.Mor..n. Ward. ..
J.M the end ratificationml "pln. Lucrotla
acceptance In
** I of 14. Pee.. T Annie
such law, at snail bo null end void 'I ....parajrapb Ukawlas proviso by .lew for end.... l .al. te IS4T shall sap ass ,My 'V...* W. C. Orson a. Mrs. W.I.r.I

aa d .. no for and ."..,,, The cenveeslng .._Ion on the ._m...' roll of the. ra eadu .tn. T .. altar Ute first onley.. Walter Loper. Ien 'pl..I.. I. E. ner, E LaurIeMolt W1IS4'' )1
)
IMS. Panic Mr. CordeliaMorgan.
FloYd .
) Rlliabcthonl James r
St
shall Loper Orlmas
board o< said Couity cerliry County: Tax Aaseaaor' of ell taxes Nannie Annie wnterril
the ,....... of any such refarcndumlection i ST the '"S County ) levied SECTION S. Any provlslim W > ''y, Willie t-oper. Dollle Thomas. Ken n.y Oroen -T"eora; Green H. p. \\ n I
t* the Secretary of State wlUllaa i Board School Dlatrlcta.C'7:1.0: inaututlon te eoofllct herewIth I* kercZ F lMVr. Florence Trlest. Ernest E Green .Mr Most J. R I
Wilier
days after the holding thereof School Districts and ..unlClpe "_ by repealed, Fortner H. R. Lewis JooLewis. Trlest. Thomas S Oreen Mrs. be A. L.Oreen. Moor, 1. \V liter <,
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V
,. SECTION: IS. (II From and after s-orsyth... J. H.orsyth Polll Veal flay. G. A. Mann Nancy D.. will,Sils.
tN
I'i January I. IMS tn. County las Colleeor TESTIMONY WHEREOF I kiss Lou Lewis. Daniel, Jr.Mitchell. James Mann, Theney '
OUSaT JOINT RISOLDTION NO. SS In the County ef Bay. State W Flor. icrcuntn,, .my hand sod affixed the Flowers. Raleigh 94 W Oay. "NAi.. Molt Bonnie WII'Im"Wat tW"I.r..1
i- A JOINT HXSOLUTION Prop alng aaU' Ida. shall collect all texae levIed In the Oreat th. State ef Florida. f) MorganNeal. Williamson L. U. Oreen. A. McOauley. O E.McNeal. r.
Amendment .. Article VIII et the C_ Tallahaiae* the Ca.ital. thl ID let Rufus
County > the State. Orlff.. John N Zim J. H.McOuley
County ;
?,t'> stUutloa of the Stato of riortds Hclatlve chool i .... School. DIstrict : County .A.i A. D. lss. I frltfl Ruth n Cleveland Richard' Ir..II.. Rachel ,: O. E.Nichols WII.mlWlool.
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l* nniiinnnl ft riaoerty ins raaes sad Tout School DtsUlcts. sag MiinlrTselniaa.\ I ta it.Secretary A. CRAY. Z Neal. Everett I'lgSst* J. A (iray' F.. ,PJ..d..r 5. W. {

Uan., R 'p Or.,, M'r' W. P. Willis
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2.l.ler, J. j. r. B. Nelmn. R. J.Nichols. ," )
Uroover. viiufI *
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