Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: October 27, 1944
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04886
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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STAKKE. 1".LOltJD" .FKID, Y. OCTOIIKK :87. 1944
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Pecan Auction, I Lt. Ralph Rhodes Weather Deals Center O f Hurricane Misses

I County

a [ For Tuesday ;
; Fair K. 0. Blow
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Water jR;ecedes After Record
< High

; Is at 2:30: p. m. \Winners NamedBradford - i -, n_

t.' Lin Innnual Tuesday pecan, auction Oct 31,sale at County's fourth an. Red Cross Helps 1 It Gives You A Funny Feeling GrulpJ RnarJ' II
nual -- ----
arke Farmers Market and agricultural fair suffered a I And now wo have a rough I Friday( morning/ many Starke I .VMYV'
held each Tuesday untilp r near knockout blow from the Idea shah II'M like to b>> In a Dlrerts were several Inches deep I

is sold, according to hurricane weather last week, as a tropical Families 'Who tmplojtl hurricane. In fallen moss !leaves and Union, '' Small Bridges
swept Florida, bringing r
Agent L T Dyer there was little properly, damage iI'
rf the recent storm torrential rains and heavy windsto Although Bradford County's At (least two houses at
ially are the entire crop of Bradford County.The Had Evacuate sample was a mild dose of the Klngsley Lake, the I E. K. Perry- Heavily Hit

', was blown off the trees fair management was real thing the feeling of helplessness man and E. I. Matthews places ,
wer says and It Is ex. forced to remove all exhibits was there the nervous weru badly damage! by Immense I
thai+ the larger part of the fl.JrW from the grounds Wednesday The Disaster Preparedness period of watchful waiting. won trees falling on the roof A Bradford County's mauls and
and Thursday because of threat- Committee dering when and if it would boathouse bridges, suffered
|will be offered for sale ; of the Bradford I belonging to \\ 11.1 a walloping
Tuesday For this reason, ened damage by wind and rain. County Red Cross Chapter, under strike In full fury; watching the. Graham wan demolished and the blow from last week's wind and
rowers should bring their As soon as the weather clearedup the direction of C. H. Nasworthy. water rise seeing it slowly anI'' pavilion and pier at the O. L. I rain and crews started to workas

I before noon so there may --m--- I Friday, the midway attractions, went Into action on Wednesday relentlessly covering the ground, BcasU-y place was washed away. soon an the weather cleared
.-e to weigh and classify 1st Lt. Ralph E Rhodes, son : resumed operation and played to Oct. 18. when the first hurricane crops and all; watching the limbsof repairing the damage. A spokesman .
?They will be received as of Mrs. D. A. Monteith and grand- good crowds the last two days, warnings began to arrive from mammoth oak trees thrash a- "''. M. Ed l\\ant', rhiilntiun for the Board o f County
[ 8:30: a. m., and must not son of J. M. Alvarez arrived but fair-goers who did not visit the weather bureau in Jacksonville bout In mld-alr like the HmberoM of the .It).'.. hlrwt o..mml t. Commissioners staled yesterday
lught later than 2 p. m. as home this week after 18 months the grounds Monday and Tuesdaywere Indicating that the storm pine sapling and finally feeling tee, reported yeMeitluy., that that "We hope to have the
Lilon starts at 2:30.: overseas during which he flew denied the pleasure of see was healing toward this area. the earth shake as the roots pullout "d''I1\/I'O in the city was not I county roads back In good shape

F growers are urged to dry 128 missions in the China-Burma- ing the exhibits.In I Charles Schmidt of the DeWittC. of the ground and the ages serious. although Clark Mt.I. by Thanksgiving"

I pecans well, separate va-i India Theatre. He will enjoy a the Community Exhibits, Jones funeral home placed its old trunk topples majestically across I.. Htlll .hlttckPtl by a huge Mile after mile of grade was
and cull out all bad nuts. short leave In Starke before reporting Hampton won first place $25; facilities at the disposal of the the road. oak that foil directly( across washed out and Innumerable small
uyers want only' good nuts to Miami for reassign Starke second, $20; and Graham Red Cross chapter T h u r sday It. bridges took the count of ten.
ral of the larger buyers ment, probably as an Instructorat third, $15. morning, Oct. 19. Mr. Schmidt, Compared with other MttloiiM *- C e Practically all I observers agree
I Georgia are expected to be some army air field in the For school exhibits Hamptonalso working with James II. Dennis of the Mate, we could Even plumbing In some houses that water levels r e a ched the
L sale,, and the growers ared states. Lt Rhodes wears the won first, $15; and Starke I Mr. and Mrs.. Junlus M. Smith I; not call our' "'...rlou.." damage was affected by the debris and highest mark ever attained In

| of getting top prices. Air Medal with two clusters. the second, $10.Indvidual. and other volunteers, took over. bututcr reached new clogged storm sewers. When one Bradford County at least for t
Distinguished Flying Cross with winners were as fol. the work of evacuating families high marks and ilanutgo to I housewife applied a plunger to the past 20( years.
one cluster, and two battle as the need I her stoped-up bath tub a quan- Water
stars lowe, in the order of their arose. county ruailw, and bridge will her covered highways In
observanceSchool on his overseas ribbon. awards 1st, 2nd or 3rd: Several calls came Into the run Into tboiuuindi of dollar. was stopped-up sucked out bath of the tub pipes.a quan- many sections of the county and
INDIVIDUAL KXIIIBITS I chapter office from service men at the canal into Hampton Lake
I at Camp Bland Ing whose wives I water was 11 Inches over the
Tax Discount COrn. 10 Earn lived" in trailers in low areas in road and rising steadily Thurs
[ Today I Merrill Rodney Cohen.Andrews, Harry Green, and around Starke asking the Fall Vegetables Municipal Plant day afternoon. Water was alsoUVl'1' l

Red Crons to look out for them. bridge between Graham and
daIs of the Jones-Langford- 4 Percent In Nov. Randall Cane, 10 Stalk Approximately 13: families were Brooker and the bridge wall washed -
Reynolds, T. L. Casey, "
t Post American Legion are R. L. Datten. evacuated by the committee, most Badly DamagedIn Kept Going Loultic.out between Graham and l
turn-out for the ly from low places In southeast
|Mig a good Sweet PotalooH, 1 I'k, k ,(
Day program to be held at C. A. Knight t, Bradford County "'. L. Casey, R. L. Batten, Charles Starke near Alligator Creek and No school wan held Thursday nand
pool house here starting at Tax Collector made the following Dees. north of town along Road 13. In Low Areas During StormCity Kiklay of last week because
I lock this morning (Friday). announcement this week, pertaining PumpkinsK. a few Instances water was actually of the, inability of school busesto

tut. Commander Robt. G. : to real estate and personal . B. Watterson, C. C. Wynn, rising Into dwellings. cover their routes However, +
I of the U S. Naval Auxlll- property taxes: Mrs C. Sullivan. Residents of Klngsley Vl1Ia While damage to crops In this officials are Justly proudof moot children have been able to

|Air Station, Green Coves The tan books open on November Syrup, 2 Vt.*. on the west shore of county by the storm last week the fact that throughout last return to their classes this week
; will be the principal 1, and close on April 1, each 'I R. L. Batten, Mrs. C. Sullivan, Lake, were also evacuated, e'l) was described by County Agent week's storm Starke's municipal and all buses have been running,
ler. He Is a naval aviator year. The> discounts allowed are Pat Casev. this was handled by the L. T. Dyer as "considerable", it light and water plant continued although. many have todetour ,
de: experience and will ''bring as follows: 4 per cent November, Pecans, 1 lb. and mOSt of ,"these people were was comparatively light as compared functioning?supplying enough current uruunti ineir regular ro}t"I'II.
ilflcant message. .' 3 per cent December, 2 per cent I C.. Van Alstlne, R. F. Demorest, given refuge in the Field, Houseat with other sections of the for essential uses In homes Bus lines discontinued schedules .

high school band''Wilt"play- January,. and 1 per cent February., J. AK J, McKinaey...___.___..__ Camp landing. state. Damage to Florida crops, and business i houses. Streetlights on Thursday oflast week
I numbers and "m nib rs of If properly hl1; 'been sold or Bundle Forage Green The local USO Clubs offered Including citrus, was estimated at were VI-for about an hourThuri and no buses rita )between. Starke
ocal Boy Scout Troop will disposed of since last year, it is R. F. Demorest the use of their buildings for 50( million. dollars. .,Iay'filrflt/ ) but the-Civil. St and..Camp B, rmlln' "M>n that day.
[participate In the program. requested that the tax collectorbe Bundle Forage Dry those leaving their homes, and( There was very little to be hurl "white way" continued to burn All civilians reporting to wOrk at ,
prediction will be pronounc- notified of the name and address L. J. Kite, Maurice Edwards. at one time, when it looked as if here at this time of the year although straight through. Dlandlng on Thursday were sent ;
f the Rev. Lewis D. Haines. of the new owner so that Peanuts a number of families I n east fall vegetable crops of The REA plant at Keystone back home.

[embers of the families of he may be sent a notice of taxes K. B. Watterson, Bobby Dyal. Starke would have to be given turnips and cabbage were destroyed Heights, which has been supply Trains continued running, although -
| men are especially urged to due. If the tax payer so desires Chufa shelter Thursday night, the disaster In many cases. Sweet potatoes ing one-l h I r d to one-half of delayed In many Instances,
d this observance which is he may send his remittanceIn K. B. Watterson Rodney Hall. comm i t tee contemplated now reaching maturity are Starke's current in recent months, but "regKy" on the Wannee
t held to express appreciatione by mall and his receipt will Tobacco opening the school house for this reported rotting In the ground in went out at midnight Wednesday branch failed to make Its run on '
Navy's excellent work In be Issued and promptly mailedto R. F. Demorest, Ralph Davis. purpose. Mrs. Titus Olsun, chairman the lowest areas of the county, becauHe of lines being down. ILEA Thursday and Friday because
lig supplies flowing to our ; him. Rice Hunch of Nutrition, had her committee and oats recently planted on low- service was resumed at 3 p. m. Rock trestle was washed out.f''

I'ng'! men in all parts of the "I will be able to render quicker R. L. Batten. in roajiness: to serve food lands must be replanted. Thursday and during the periOd

and more efficient service in Field Pea.. IJryK. should this become neceanary. Practically the entire crop of it was off the local' plant was Rotarians Learn #
the collection of taxes If I have B. Watterson. However, Mayor Chas. A. Darby pecans was blown from the trees, able to handle the situation by
Tactics For
I"Book Applicants the cooperation of everyone who Turnips, BunchJ and Mr. Nasworthy, after talking but this could hardly come under appealing to all residents to burn 6th is

st Send affected by this notice," Mr.. .A. J. McKinney, K. B. Watter- with families In the area that was the heading. of damage. It light and use appliances only War Loan DrivePlans 4
Knight stated.Sub.District. son. I Inundated, decided that shelter Is rather a mixed blessing. Although when absolutely necessary.At .
essary Papers Salad Green. Bunch I for the night would not be necessary it saves the expense of the request of the mayor, for the 6th War Loan 9
Meet K. B. Watterson Stanley Crawford i since most of the familieshad beating the nuts from the trees local theatres did not operate until I Drive, November 20 through December "
L. Blair! chief clerk of the Bill Starling r atlvea or friends to whom for harvesting. It Is also true Thursday night and a few non- IB, were explained to
I ration board stressed again Of Methodist Laymen Green Peas 1 GaL. they could go. I that many nuts were washed a- essential businesses were ordered members of the Rotary Club Wednesday .
If the necessity for filing cer- W. H. Hayes. When the rain slacked up late way or burled In the soft dirt and to stop using Juice. Most bun|. by Karl Lehman of Jack
papers with the board along Here WednesdayA Erich Potatoes 1 Pk. Thursday the water began subsiding will decay unless picked up and news houses, however, were closed sonville, Executive Manager of t

applications for the new sub-district meeting Arnold Wasdin. as rapidly as it had risen dried. Many growers report that anyway. the Florida War Finance Committee

I books. These papers in- of Layman's the Methodist Church will Frewh Fruit and the last of the families sheltered their pecans are sprouting on the Geo. F. Flynn, superintendent of who U touring the state, ,- ;

motor vehicle registration be held Monday night with the Mrs. T. F. Brown, R. F. Demor In the USOs left for their wet ground. the municipal plant, stated that carrying new and Inspirational ;1.r;;..
I for 1944, tire Inspection' Rev. H. Carter Hardin, Seldon est, J. A. J. McKInney. homes by 11 p. m. Around 80( percent of the sugar damage/ to power lines from fall. ideas to every community to be {1".
I'd,, and old gas books. Waldo of Gainesville and other Cluster GrapefruitT. cane crop was blown down, but Ing limbs and trees would run to used In this great financing effort i !,
lla requires us to mall them W. Bedenbaugh O. W. Andrews Green FamilyA here again no great harm was several thouHaml dollars. Repair b
: to you and you will not speakers official I. V. Carlton done. Although It Is a little crews worked, continually even The National quota Is K billion .."1'J
i to make another trip," Mr. members of the and Clutter Orange Bible more trouble to harvest In this during the peak of the disturbance dollars and Florida's quota Is f ,";""
r stated. It Is not necessaryring board are urged to be present Waldo Mrs. T. F. Brown, Meed Lewis. At Sunday ServiceThe condition It will practically all to keep lines patched. 120000000. Bradford County r .

these applications In pero delegates from Lawtey. The Eggs, 1 Oox. Brown be saved and farmers are now Some rural homes In the county will be asked to invest $259,000In t\\\ ,
the board, as they may be and Lake Butler will Mrs. C. Sullivan, Bill Hall, Mrs. Arch Green family was preparing, to grind.Hallowe'en were without electricity almost Bond, of which $172,000 .'!"!;
Inert, from Eastern Auto Supor ladles of the church will building.The serve. Van AUtlne. awarded a Bible, on which the a week while REA!; lines were being should be Series K.Jon. b'.\\t
any filling station, filled supper in the recreation Egg, 1 Dtn. White name will be stamped in gold, at CarnivalAt i repaired. B. Wilson chairman of the yv.
land mailed with these neces- president of the WSCS and :Maurice Edwards R. F. Demorest service at the r
the Family Day Telephone lines were also extensively Bradford County W a r Finance } d
Papers to the church school teachers are also Mrs. R. R. Prevatt. USONCCSTo ,
board. all Methodist Church I last Sunday damaged and servicewas Committee, announced that Jun. &
'hen the application Is passedthe Invited. Handicraft marnlng. Ten members of the Be Gay EventA Interrupted to about one. lUll M. Smith will serve as county ,
new book will be mallet F. T. Abernathy, Mrs John Ug- family. Including Mr. and Mrs. third of Installation in the city. I chairman of the! 6th War Loan.. .N,
to you," the clerk slated Hampton Hallowe'enA low. Billy Sapp. Green, their children and grandchildren Hallowe'en Carnival to which *',11""
Mr. Lehman
emphasized the fact !'
YOU MUST TURN IN Vegetable S Jar were present.The the entire community is Invited Double I ;.,J.
Quartette that In the
SE: PAPERS." Carnival is being Mrs. Dave Dyal Mrs. Ruth Frazier every community
Hallowe'en family of Mr. and Mrs.J. will be given by the three USO iJ.
county should be assigned a
sponsored by the Hampton P.T.A. Mrs. Ellen Kite. L. Anderson, with five members Clubs of Starke on Tuesday, October From Camp Will quota, no matter how small, so .'.T;
ove Causes Fire :01' the benefit of the Hampton Fruits, 3 JanMrs present, was awarded a 31 at 8:30: p. m. at the Sing For MethodistsA that It would know just what Is
the attractions W Sewell Mrs. O. D. N
I School. Among B. beautiful bouquet of flowers, donated NCCS Club.Fortune expected of Its people. He also
II city fire truck was called I will be: The Mystery Room, A Gay, Mrs. R. F. Demorest.IJanrn by Wainwright FlorIst, for Tellers will look Into special feature of the evening stressed the Importance of open. '
q 11 8:30: <> Monday morning to Trip Around the World, the Mon and Preserve 3 Jan having the second largest number the future on this witching night. service of the Methodist ing the drive with a bang-a rally
rwldence next door to Ange- key Cage, fortune telling; For Mrs. W B. Sewell Mrs. C. F. Princess Utellme, renowned Church
will of
food present. gypsy next Sunday be the some sort-so that the quota :
Grill l to extinguish a small Men Only etc. Drinks and Ward, Mrs. Ruth Frazier. The church was filled almost seventh daughter, Madame Noze- appearance of the Double Male may bit reached as soon as pos 1
which resulted from an ov- will be on sale at the cafeteria. Jellies 3 Jam to capacity and a special featureof allsky, Russian seer, Mademoiselle Quartette of Chapel 15, Camp sible. a
Ited stove. The damage was Come and bring a friend Friday Mrs. Ruth Frazier, Mrs. Dave the program was the readingby Charmaine, famous French Blandlng. These well-known singers Tha speaker praised Bradford J
mall. night Oct. 27, at 7:30: p.m. Dyal Mrs. S. A. Weldon. Mrs. A. Wood of the names palmist, and Madame Zorlna, the I will favor the congregation
lifAttt. S ..1&.... .L_ _L____L'_ _.__..__ ."ft.. _ . .. .. _n'" __u___' L _ L' '' County for exceeding Its quota '
------- - L. on LHO cnuruu a B nTo .IS rattrvoiouif riurigariaii! BILI viugint! wren neverai numoers including In the first five War Bond drives ;
:" Mrs. V. Douberly, Mrs. T. the names of men who could not will all exercise their supernatural "My Anchor Holds" and "I Want and stated that he felt sure of a

METHODIST CHURCHStarke Casey. be present because they are a- powers' My Life to Tell for Jesus." repeat performance next time .
pickle. 3 Jar
way fighting for their" country. Ghosts will walk, Hallowe'en Congregational singing Is enjoyed Among the guests of the Club a'
Florida Mr. Ruth Frazier, Mrs.
Demorest. games will be played and unusual by all at the evening service at this l meeting were Lt. Ralph E. P"'t
Dyal Mrs. R. F.Canned Good USO AssistantMiss ,booths will be set about the patio. and Is led by Master Sgt. Rhodes who has Just returned to ice ;,
I Dlxplay of
All those who can are urged to Donald, Walton. Evening service the States from the Chlna-Uurma-
Morning Service 11 A. M. Mrs. R. R. Prevatt. Blanche Kennedy of Mississippi come In costume and take part In'' subject will be, "In Quest for India Theatre and Robert G.

Topic "Prepare Ye The Way of the Lord" CrochetingMrs. Mrs. C. Van arrived Saturday to assistIn a grand march after which a the nest". Green, who was recently discharged 'v Y
J. A Graves.
work at the Walnut will be for the At the morning service the
M. program prize presented from the Army after beIng -
P. ,
Clara Smith.Embroidery
Evening the Best Alstine, Mrs. Street USO Club. Miss Kennedy most original costume. pastor will have as his subject, seriously wounded In the *
For I
Topic: "In Quest previously with the Red Cross, Serving on the program committee "Prepare Ye The Way of The South Pacific. R. R. Thede, Law. k i f
.. l Mrs! John Uglow, Mrs. M. C. Abernathy was formerly stationed at the are Mrs.\ Lex Green Lord". Miss Carnlta Hutto will tey postmaster was also> a guest. .

Mrs. J. L. Williams. hospital at Camp Bland Ing. She Chairman of the Women's Service bring the message in song, "My ..
THE QUARTETTE Quilt Top accepted appointment to USO in Organization of the USO on I Task".
DOUBLE MALE Lawtey Revival
Mrs. Leon Wynn Mrs. Dyal. March, and comes to Starke from Temple and Washington, Mrs. Young people meet at 6:15: fora

of Chapel 15, Camp Blanding Mrs. K. B. Watlerson. Winona, Miss., where she was director Grace Osborne, Mrs. Thelma fellowship hour. The Rev. G. E. Cutshaw, pastor ,
ServiceA Quilt of the unit operated there Cooper and Mrs. Jeanette Christ of the
Lawtey Baptist Church will
Will Evening
Sing at the Mrs. C. Van Alullne. Mrs. M. S.
Watterson. by the National Board of the . Recent MarriagesNorris begin a revival meeting. Sunday,
Young Women's Christian Amocl- Oct. :30, at the Hellbronn Springs
I Candlewick Bedspread atlon. She expects to be with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Riser of Gregorie of Camp Blan Baptist Church. Services will ba. : lief
Hearty Welcome Awaits You Mrs. J. L. Williams the Walnut Street Club for about Tallahassee were here Sunday dIng and Emogene Hohman of held each evening at 8 p. m. and h
(Continued on page five) two months. afternoon visiting Mr. and Mrs. Starke. everyone Is cordially Invited. t'4
W. B. Sewell.




OCTOeru. ..

1; ago when the League of Nations was sabotaged by f not to mention quite a few of :1, ;

{ THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Congressmen who claimed to be for its general! outline I the dimmer constellations.: I

,''I I II and purposes and yet who fought every specific auth- The dhows are swell, and
I }J,1 Established 1877 ority to. make it effective. J we'te nothing but admiration II.

H E. L. Matthews ----__________ Editor and Owner and appreciation for the performances *
". We submit that this is a sad, sad picture. More ; those star don'tIIA'E .
}' t t+' : than that it is a terrifying and heart-breaking pic-
to to this out-
Fublivhed come
; weekly .
on Friday Entered
r1 as Second ClaM Blatterat
(.' the Post Office at Starke Florida. ture; a picture that we cannot believe the American post of civilization with !Its MIDNIGHT SAT., SUN., MON., OCT. 29.30

,, ,,', people are willing to let come into being. beat, dirt, and 'Inconveniences ___ .__
: And yet we hear talk of efforts necessary to "get the not to mention danger -

\ ;;'J I The New York Times, WITHIN THE past week voters out to the polls" when every American worthyof and give our spirits a "MR.

\ } Senator Ball and have co-.e! three important the name should be clamoring at the polls eager to hefty boost while moisture SKEFFINGTON"DAVIS !
; ,4; ;' decisions in favor of glisten upon their skin be-
.., Lippman For Roosevelt have his share in this\ history-making decision on for- BETI'E
i. cause the trop.leallJUll la blazing -
the re-election of President i- eign policy. CLAUDE !
Roosevelt that should Every loyal Democrat who wilfully stays away down upon a small uncovered .1_ RAIVs r

j,, go far to influence any thinking person who might from the polls on November 7 or who bolts the Another, scrap appreciated lumber stage.service TUES., WED., THUS.-, OCT 31, N0i
:, i be wavering between a mere dislike of a fourth presi- 1 .2
party lines will have a frightful score to settle probably haven't heard aboutIs
/. ,i n.'; dential term and a sincere desire to do what is considered with his conscience if (as we can hardly believe you Time Magazine's "Pacific Pony "I LOVE A SOLDIER"PAULETTE

:: : I ,'i best for the country in a time of great crisis. possible) the Republican Party should win again Edition", a Reader's Digest sized
'" '
t In spite of frantic efforts of Republicans and Re- and the new peace efforts are consigned to the scrap magazine printed and mailed In GODDARD

v,' t, 't st'tl''' publicrats" to hypnotize the rank and file of Democratic heap to rot beside the League of Nations and Honolulu. Only about one tenth SONNy Tl .

i"r; t voters into the belief that they are "revolting" modern civilization as we know it, passes from of an inch thick, it Is printed on

: '>. against the administration, we believe there are relatively the earth in the throes of another war twenty rice paper with all advertising

!, P'\1;,1 few real Democrats in Bradford County who will years from now. removed but otherwise contain-

',' ;, ,, not vote the party ticket, straight through. Although ing (type and pictures reducedIn Prompt Service Careful
-- -
( d size) everything the "big"Time Driver
there may be little need for advancing arguments in
Mrs. news-
) k' Mr. Roosevelt's behalf in this immediate area, we think stand has.on We Morgan's get It In seven STARKE TAXI

' the three decisions in his favor this week are so significant days, sometimes.The SERVICEand

? ,'.i that they should be mentioned, if only as a Insect here are dang-
t matter of record. .
t yo Op erouH. Corporal) Joseph Gate, ,
S 'q1 First the decision of the New York Times i4 'Mr
perhaps -
of ,
Tampa upon retiring one
''.,,1 the greatest and most influential newspaper in ,k night/ failed to tuck hU mos MACK'S TAXI SERVICEPhone
the United States, to support President Roosevelt because -
,H} . the issue of believe quito bar (net) around his
.. .. ,. on . .. foreign- policy- . -we . .. ,...... ....... 1,1.. ....., .nn. nanInr.arhrp......... 150
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w -rH--
T w.- -
mat me scales .I
j j tip neavuy in favor 01 me DemocraticParty" .. -
J.; Ing the. night a New Guineacentipede O Day o
v V This decision is all the more impressive in A letter from my young friend the house-top gents In the eel Night

'1.1,. view of the fact that the Times supported Republican Bill Pendarvis, who's doing his lar" and Matilda whispered "Bet decided to get into -
J:, n?,, .tt', nominee Wendell L. Willkie for the Presidency in 1940. bit to extermlnte Japs on the Island ter be careful. :My husband's bed with him. Gate made a

I' .1 "It seems safer to trust to the Democratic of Guam, says it rains more watching.Like movement In his sleep, and

:' ; Party, more united and consistent on this issue, there than It ever did In Lawtey a flush of lightningmy wham! the centipede let him
"' the great responsibility of setting the international even during strawberry har- brain clicked and I
: if { up new have It. Although he received WARNING
',; q vesting season. Thia bit ot realized just who the wan and
.4;;, organization which is to defend theworld's medical attention duringthe
from Bill the flood we
news and
who her husband was. Fortunately -
;" and of
nursing that organization
peace had last week made me think ota night by morning bin arm
i 11i' through the first critical first for my selfreKpectthe
challenges and the
} ,
storm nearly half a century almost
,, fire had burned( down wan completely paralyzed -
;, Never look: a Gift Horse In the _
bitter disappointments which all too it will mouth
l ago., that blew the lights out while real low and I don't think lie recovered fully A well known quotation which can well De
"' face, the Times editorial stated. I was double-swinging my partner an}body but Matilda saw me within a week. applied to Amendment No. 8.
I ; Terming Dewey's campaign discussions of foreign at an old-time country break- ease out that window over in

\ i policy disappointing, the Times declared that the Re- down frolic. the corner behind the chimney. Another one of our boys Sergeant Don't da It If- .YOU-- want- ---- to-- be-I _frvrfMf.__n_. Vnil--_ ran--_ ---0 Algift .. v. ,..-........ .,.......,
publican nominee has failed to discourage even the When I began/ working for It's a good tiling, too, Bracken Lyster of St. I bearers If you don't want to be fooled. Therefore, eraminf ,I
I ), more extreme wing of G.O.P. isolationists from giving the Bostick Natal Stores Co. because a durn<*d old nail Louis, failed to tuck in his bar yourself the reasons behind the financing of the two-year-lonr a

k'' i him its warm support. In contrast, the editorial stat- In November 1000 the first was sticking up on the win- securely one night and the next and paign at of a time Gift Bearers when JOBS to "GIVE"BY THE wage earners the "RIGHT-TO-WOH
cracker I became acquainted dow sill and I left the of 'I THOUSANDS ARE BEGblNR ro(
f' ed, . in the single greatest crisis of our times, thing he knew one of the eight- WORKERS NOT AVAILABLE. We are witnessing the greatest iho
y. when Britain stood alone as the outpost of civilization with wait a young fellow my trousers hanging there, inch field mice so common here age of Manpower In the History of our Nation. Yet, we behold
against the dark forces that threatened to engulf us, : named Sandy and we seemed like a flag of defeat adding was padding over his bare stomach spectacle of vast expenditures from mysterious sources, as wcJI
to take<< to my sources notoriously opposed to ANYTHING that '
(we don't sleep in much If savors 01"be'
? Mr. Roosevelt saw the issue clearly and met the the Itch. He decided Ins" LABOR.
e\en-jear the moral of this ,
i' suppose anything) The Sergeant came
boldly. that I should be
given little might be, "Tieat ev- out of bed like lightning,
story screamIng -
. since we believe that unless the United States a fitting welcome to the com-

'.,r'I' does actually win the peace for which its young men munity and arrangtHl for a *like iy. girl a '-married you meet woman at a dance until ? bloody This murder.happened Wouldn'tyou at 0200 Be Not DeceivedWhen
fighting shall have at best fugitive few big blow-out.
y rk are we only a : proved otherwise". At least, I hours and we all thought the Japs
l ,,, years before another war engulfs us, we arrive at the I was Just as big a liar thenas believe a policy like that would were upon us. I wonder what
; 44 conclusion that the Democrats and Mr. Roosevelt area I am now, and on the way to save a lot of compli- the poor little mouse thought? you hurt Labor. ; you hurt This Is the prospect facing
unnecessary buying power. When Farmer, the Laborer,Mr Ale* '
-"+ 'the dance I told Sandy buying
wiser choice than the Republicans and Mr. Dewey that night < Incidents like those
cations. taughtus powera( \ low, It Is because labor Man and Woman lie-ever
the great newspaper concluded. that I had tripped the light fantastic that mosquito bars were la getting small lives !In Florida and whatever
in half the states of the wages agrlcul- or she does. You know what t:
The second significant decision came when United first not issued! for use aa pillows tural pursuits, !In business end would do to property values?
] v. States Senator Joseph II. Ball, Republican of Minnesota union but as this was my and you can bet your bot- office In Industry, and all along Investments of all kinds?toy-,
social in Georgia ]I
appearance Nr G. tom dollar standard of living? to Indusl:
givingodfw that the long line .When
announced this week that he would I support was a little afraid I wouldn't employment progress and development
'' GI
i'. Roosevelt also on the issue of foreign policy. So know whether' to double-swing or no sleeps without a bar stops business stops. These facts stabilize and diversify the jrc
f over him. are undeniable. Do you want in., present economy of Fiord
., ": great is Senator' Hall's conviction that we must use promenade when the proper time G.I. All these doughboys I'm telling to rely on some unseen hand Of course :you do. Organ
4 force, if necessary, to insure the continuance of peace arrived to do either. The truth you about are assigned to our that would destroy Labor to relabor., under mutual Warm

;(' ( after World War II, that he makes his decision in was that this was my first dance, outfit and I've soldiered with store agricultural a 10-cent-per-hour workers.wage Of prevailing with management wages for,tens estabikLfor of 11'

defiance of all political rules and even to the jeopardy not only in Georgia, but anywhereelse bye some of them for nearly four course you do not want to see sands of Florida worlera i
of his political future. Senator Ball decided after T. Sgt. A. W. long years. They are a that any more than you want to members of organized Uh
'r friendly,
d ; Anderson Jr.> see a return of a $5.00 to $1000a More than this, Florida o
President Roosevelt's When we arrived Sandy loyal bunch and would give a fellow week level envlt
a \, hearing speech on foreign policy for stenographers ganized labor enjoys an
:,: Saturday night. lined every one present in a the shirt off their backs. and office workers. An average record In amicable Forking r:
row and introduced me all All my life I've wanted to see I You never realize, until you'reface wage. of $7.00 a week for Labor management, and also enjot
,il Third significant decision came Tuesday with the around. At last he came to famous movie and radio stars to face with the who could find work In the similar surpasslnj pnduhthirtiesZ ;

1T: announcement by Walter Lippman, in his syndicated a dog-gone good-looking female and now I have. The only sad of an ugly situation, how possibility com- record In Florida.

_ column, that he will support President Roosevelt and said "Matilda, thin part about It Is this: I had to forting it Is to be In a
3 group
) it t likewise on the issue of foreign policy. So highly l III my friend<< Mister Hal come: to the South Pacific to do where each guy looks out for
u ) 1 esteemed is Mr. Lippman's opinion as an authority on you've heard me speak about. it t. but there Is one consolation his buddies as well as himself. VOTE "NO"On
I foreign policy that his decision in favor of Mr. Roose- Joe, tills Is my sitter Matilda. it was free. Most of the

velt is bound to carry immense weight with thinking Now Joe doesn't know much GI guys declare, though, thatthey'd PresbyterianThe
t, voters. about our way of dancing. rather pay $4.40 and see
ti' t Matilda, so I want you to 'em In New York. We've seen Jack Rev. J. R. Amendment 5
Mohr of
As if these three statements weren't enough food Penney
1 +s S'' for though Mr. Roosevelt himself the electorate take him under your wing Benny, Bob Hope Carol Landis, Farms will preach at the Presby-
2- j gave: and teach him the ropes" Frances Langford, Jerry Colona, i
y : # T 4r plenty to ponder,: over in his speech. Saturday night.! The only important fact that Martha Tilton, and Larry Adler; Lterian, m. Sunday Church morning., Oct. 29, at 11:00a : (Paid Advertisement by the Citizens' Committee Against Amendment I

For instance, it as some people Insist is entirely Sandy failed to mention was that -

"' possible the Republicans should win at the polls on his sister was a married lady,
r { November 7, do you know who would automatically the mother of a 12-year-old son,

become chairman of the Senate foreign relations com that her husband was to furnishthe P

) ', ,. mittee? None other than arch-isolationist t Hiram Johnson music for the frolic and Have a "Coke" =Join in the fan

d .-ts +Y of California. Dewey would then be forced to could shoot the whiskers off a

_ I k ; clear all foreign policy, including treaties with a leader gnat at 50 paces on a cloudy

"',. of the clique that wrecked the League of Nations after night!

World War I; the most devout emphatic, consistent We danced six: sets toerth-
1 -r and at the end of <<'IIo'
advocate of isolationism in the United States Isolation -
would waltz over and
4 '' is a "holy cause" with Hiram Johnson, and Dewey; Nit a* near. the fiddler as
i. !; campaigned to re-elect him to the Senate in 11>40. poNHible, "lillc I folloued

r r In the event of a Republican win, the man who along:, like a fool, thinkingall
i ,, t would whip other GOPsters into line on foreign policy the time I WON sparkinga

t i ,i 1 issues would be Senator Robert P. Taft of Ohio single/ jfirl. Then Just BIt
4 ': probably the most ambitious and toughest of all isola- the fiddler jelled out "Part

,. tionists in America already virtual leader of Repub- ners! on the floor!" for theseventh

{ licans in the Senate. He is the man upon whom Dewey dot, the storm truck

t would have to rely to press legislation through the and the the hlu.In lights wont darkness out leaving except --

1, I '' upper chamber. Even the Republican-loving New York for a wood fire In the l 9 r
Herald Tribune said this of Senator Taft only a year clay chimney.

i t ago: "Anything from Senator Taft having to do with I took advantage of the dark- a d ds
the prosecution of the war should be suspect . long ness to hug Matilda a little closer I r li

4 + ago he adopted the role of obstructionist from which every time we'd double-swing or

.y' y' he shows no intention of deviating." balance-eight and I noticed that
Senator Arthur Vandenberg of Michigan, still when I did the fiddler would
jF change: his
pass-calling to wedgeIn
remembered for his 18,000-word speech against
I something yellow-hammer
Lend-Lcose, has high seniority on four vital com cheat-and-swlng, run-away-wlth-

-4r, ( mittees foreign relations, rules commerce and the-eight or shoot-your-motherMn-

(: I finance. He could easily help block international law. Finally he called "Ladles on

; l, co-operation through a chairmanship on anyone I

n r I of these' committees if the J.O.I, wins! atch YourKidneys

j [ 1r The prospect in the House of Representatives' in the

j event of a Republican victory, is just as dreadful as in !

the Senate. There we find that the one and only Ham Help Them
: ilton Fish would be chairman of the rules committee of Harmful Clcan.e the Blood
Body Waste
(Heaven forbid !) No bill can reach the House floor ...Your kidney* arc eon.t.ntly I . or adding life and
e R' unless the rules committee says it can. Its chairman kldn.y..t.macew.omMime from th lag*blood In"But sparkle to Hallotveen

: is a virtual Can not act as Nat,,.. lntmd. work-do What's
czar. you imagine how far international d-fail cora"PuritlM a young folks' without '
'1 { ,V cooperation would get: under the tender care of move.."'tb. .yatam that ud il up"r.talnd tll. .bol.m.y in party refreshment?"Coke"i is naturally a member 'r :
+ ; Mr. Fish? The same Mr. Fish, remember who said Symptom.m..hln.yo excellent standing with any group of youngsters. And i
: .... may b.nagging ba.k...... there's no better place I
1 "Do we fear Hitler? . this is preposterous." And g.tIIng.i.t.nt up,,.tMck.....IU.C.ot dluln pufflnw.... to enjoy Coca-Cola than at home, served ice-cold '
then again: "Nobody in Japan wants war with the .uad.r. tb. 'y.-a' f">Un. 01 >'"'<>''' right from the family refriger- I i 1
+ i y United States." Other.i.ty and loea 01 P.P and itmiKth. ator. Have "Cot. 1 is the invitation that
order ...IIlIn.. .f kldn.y or bl.dd.r dl.lor starts a party off right and
om tlmM keeps i ic "
Giving Mr. Dewey the !benefit of the doubt too fr. buralog.cantr. Coca-Cola
granting qu nt going. adds its life I
l that he is sincere in his new-found internationalist !?......'"'>f.uld..b....".o*doubt h.n l D'cl..t.that l prompt L.. own and sparkle to the natural gaiety of youth.
leanings, how could the Duo" PIl. Porn. h When young people get together Coca-Cola
; man hope to accomplish any- r..r friend for; *" |MM"1 winning' stands for the pause that
more than .
thing in the realm of forty 1''" *. refreshes,
world cooperation hamstrung, Tb.y bave a .Uon-d., symbolizes the side of .. r
a as he would be by Messrs. Johnson Taft, Nye, Van- county Are'mm."ded ove,., ., sunny "Coke"Coca.IU

( denberg, Fish and others of their ilk? It would simply ornio UNDII AUTHO..TY. or rat It', natural for popular nam-u'

r r d pp II mean a repetition of that tragedy of twenty-five years DOAN. reputatlono// STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY CO IY tion.Coca-Cola to acquire. That'! caU frierUly, whrjoa l "Coke. "bar.

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here' 9 An Oar Here For : .i -

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T r .a .e ..r'WrN
rooker ki

.,,,,"'<<' .\tktawmt
. . .
!oKed-forward-to event
t,** oqj, take place Oct.
oar store.
0 Colson's
is sponsoring j jP a
1| A
r ,-arnival on that date
at 6:00:
; be a parade
wel a chicken supper w8p
from 6 to .
: old-fashioned
to be an '
the highlight o'ening t
walk. and
will\ be the' crowning

e King the, names and Queen.of the F 0 11 oW-I Did you ever stop to think that if you fail

:;.,SenUl'IOd,,veil'dean Queen Davis Atkinson and Thomas; to do your share in patriotic drives, nec- '1a I

:: JunIor King, J, C. Mc-

l/gueen Ken liUton/j\ Hicks and Betty Kenneth Dell Jo Rogers Crosby Mott; essary to the war effort, it means that

lt I I\\1 1 one, till Green,,is affair cordially and and Sandra Invited we Jones.urge to someone else must do his part and (\ I

I I us,, ome, out to have supper YOURS too. Don't t let that happen in the "

R ,\ Bethea of Hague

*, wa Beulah visiting Harrell relatives has been here \WAR FUND DRIVE now underway. Pull t .

og relatives in St. Peters- oar and watch Bradford County I

G[, W Davis of Camp your go i uf

,mg \1& spending a furlough ___ _______
faith his family. the
and Mrs C. F. Howell of over op'
Lsville were the Sunday dln-
jests of Mr. and Mrs. Will-

ukes Rosa Pinholster was vls- BRADFORD
I cj Mr.River and Mrs.last M.week.F. Wiggins QUOTA IS $3,500.00Without

., Green of Starke was vls-
relatives here .

Springs W. C.was Crosby visiting of Green his YOUR Contribution It Won't.. Be Reached '

fcu here this week.
and Mrs. A. L. Crosby were m

arke? and Tuesday Mrs. G. on andren THE National War Fund is a federation of all the major-related philanthropies, '

were visiting! week-end.relatives except the American Red Cross. For convenience and economy in collection
; and Mrs. Edgar Dukes and the Fund promotes one campaign a year to raise the finances of nineteen member -

[rtter In ,Starke Bessie Monday.Lee were vls- agencies. It joins with your local Community Chest campaign. Here are

1. and Mrs. Resale Colson some of the needs for finances ths year.

Ibaby daughter of Valdosta The biggest dollar you ever gave ,
l lere visiting ]Mr. and Mrs. For U.S.O.
Qlaon this week-end.
a. N.. G. Hayes was visitingague
Station'Monday U.S.O. operates 3,000 clubs and units in the Western Hemisphere, from Alaska to Brazil from Newfoundland -
and Mrs. Hershel Layfleld to Hawaii. These clubs and units provide recreation and home comforts for service men ..
I son of Valdosta Ga., wereng TheU.S.O. .S j and! women in their off-duty hours. U.S.O. Camp Shows provide professional entertainment for our
Mr and Mrs. Noon Mott is among the fighting forces in every combat zone in hospitals, where they }help convalescents recover from bat-
iaman I week-end. many.ervien / tie wounds, and in camps and stations in the Western Hemisphere. U.S.O. Camp Shows bring the
of and Jacksonville Mrs. Morganman were you support when boon or entertainment to more than 2,000,000 men monthly. Approximately!) of these shows are
you give to touring in all theaters of war.
ng friends and relatives here .
Community -" -- .
psJay of last week. your

tv ulster. C A attended, Crosby the and assocla-Truby War Fund. For Prisoners of War i

I at Ralford Wednesday. I 111 "STALAG FAG'" they call)} it, the empty boredom that comes to war prisoners behind enemy barbed
hn Pinholster in Jackie
):! on business was Tuesday. 5- /I II wire. There are thousands of these prisonrs, and they need books and recreation. War Prisoners'Aid
r, and Mrs. A. T. Williams furnishes them with sports equipment and musical instruments so they can get\recreation . .
eveland, Ohio were visitingand textbooks so that they may keep up with their studies and take their degrees in American schools
Mrs. G. B. Colson last when the war is over.

I-, and Mrs. Hugh Rahn and n For Aid to Merchant Seamen
lly I) of Raiford were visiting ,
Jives; here Sunday.
Men engaged in the job of helping to transport supplies and equipment to the fighting fronts frequently -
. . . "
return with "convoy nerves". United Seamen's Service in conjunction with the War Shipping ,
line LevelBy Administration provides these men with rest and recreation homes for rehabilitation and "psy
We can't let them down now! Give to chological first aid." In addition in ports all around the world merchant seamen find relaxation and
:\1...". II. M. McRae recreation in U.S.S. clubs that have a "back home" atmosphere. U.S.S. operates !91 of these clubs on
S55 . . . continents..
.y and Mrs. W. E. Hall reed -

k< after home a visit on Monday with Rev.of and last Ispratastlag tie NATIONAL WAR FUND For Food for Starving Allies

R. C Davidson of Bartow. Five thousand Greek children have no homes except the canteens! in Athens where they are fed
Hall was invited to perform once a day by Greek War Relief which is financed<< through the National War Fund. Many of the
j marriage ceremony for Rev. hungry in other lands heroic peoples who fought the oppressor long before we were stabbed in the ...
Sirs ,
Arris Davidson's daughter to back-also get a chance at life through the generosity of the American people. T:
H. Bratcher of Pena 7
f>! which was solemnized on
'r(ay, Oct. 14. On Sunday. 1 1a
15 Rev. and :Mrs. Hall at- IF YOU ARE NOT CONTACTED ,
ed church at Lockwood Bap-
church near Palatka. where
Davidson Is pastor. On
dIY of that same week, Rev.
was invited to the home of

,arm ana the Mrs.marriage W.,, C. Conner ceremony to This Advertisement Sponsored by The Following Members of The Victory Club 0BLANDING S

118S Lucille Scott of Raiford
twain, Ala.
'e are WONDER GIFT SHOI At Hlanding Center
thankful that the storm BOB'S TAVERN
pn't; any worse here last week.
!few windows were blown out KOCII DRUG STORE STARKE BEAUTY SHOP
" trees GIS LA 1 N' S ,.
. blown across the light a K rr;
e ao that we had no current ":, BRADFORD HARDWARE CO J. P. ROBERTS MOTOnS Y
[ nearly a week. FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE ;: ,
Mrs. T. N. Norman
each Ion Gerald all of Gum DRUG STORE S. E. Sparks, Prop. JORDAN'S BAR
were visiting relatives
and Mrs. R. R. Crosby HOLLYWOOD{ CAMERA
j children were visiting rela- BARNEY'S DRINK STAND S H A F K IN'S v
I In Graham Sunday after- LADY FAIR BEAUTY SHOP I

V A. Browning of Samp- P. S. STORESAt .
City and was a dinner guest of The Bus Station S KIDD'S SINCLAIR SERVICE MARUCA'S GROCERY
B. M. McRae on "
day' ,

spend onviiie Mr.were Hall's here last vacation.week PLACE TEMPLE & LAKE SERVICE STATION TilE SMART SHOP

l1\e'PI1\ they they found returned the roof to blown their ROGERS JEWELRY & ARMY STORE CAMP DINER STARKE ICE COMPANY


,; ', and ]Mrs. W. K. Hall were SALON EASTERN AUTO SUPPLYIDU
guests of Mr. and Mrs. MILITARY
*, Crosby Sunday. VICTORY

'r t

saw -

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= Birth Announcements varez ana.inn. ',

J1t : ; Family Reunion Butch Smith Has WSCS To Meet tPGLo. son, Vlncen I i., "t.h.\ olrth \

Birthday PartyAt Mi'a, I. P. Shepherd secretar the Watern.itj. ur.., eat! !I''
N. ,
\\I: The J. M. Alvarez home on ,
I of mission study for the Woman'sSociety in Eustis, N( "Ofl{
i Walnut St., will be the scene of ad' Nursery SchoolMrs. & DJJY'A 'I
family reunion this I week-end of Christian Service of 0.Irs.. AI.01, / SGmteL
t d celebrating the return to the Junlus Smith entertainedthe I the Methodist church has announced marriage was M pt 10

r 'i r':: states of 1st Lt. Ralph E. Rhodes, children of the Nursery that the Fall mlaslo Nov:. E. !MANASSA, JR. of Tangerir! F| k\''tb. 1rIA
will be held Thursday.
18 months Among' School as guests Monday after- study South and(I Mrs. E. Man- ,: :
after overseas from the deep Lt and George
,, To Callstrertrr'. who afar being address tk'aEngr's
2,30 o'clock in the after you i is ,
.. to be with noon, to celebrate the 5th birth- 2, at : I Atlanta Ga., IJ. \ (
I \ \ those expected present from home and who having to be a gentleman assa! of announcethe
1 yi Mpti- Mr. Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs. day of her son. Butch Smith. noon, In the Church School Build away have been worried after thanked him, but even the promo- birth of a son, George Ed- Bn .u j 1'\,, ]ltd
\ 1 D. A. Monteith and family are: I, Slices Of the birthday cake, which Ing, The book to be studied i Is might column last week I'm tion did very little to make me ward, Jt., on Oct. 17, in the Ala-I York, N. YGWENDOL.N
candle, "West of the Date Line" by Char reading my .
!i JA,! 4 Mrs. J. H. Gill of Savannah, Ga, I was decorated with five and lotte Hallock. Members urged to glad to report that the hurricane forget that I had to go back chua County Hospital, Gainesville
'1\" Mr. and Mrs. W. P Randall of and Individual cup cakes welcome did not hit Starke in full fore, there and move every blessed Mrs. Manassa was formerly Miss I : h"iUS1'
will be \
V served following attend. Visitors
; \ Norfolk, Va., and Coxswain and fruit ice-cream were but even *o 'twas bad enough t to thing out of that store room Betty Stringfellow of the State S l-c and Mr, +
Mrs. W. H. Graham and family lunch. Farm. Lt. Manasaa Is stationedin \\'Ulara
give us an Idea of what the real again. Wynn of NAW
: ::. I'" of Brunswick, Ga. Mrs. Gill IH Mrs. Edward Burns, and Rev. and the Jr. Womans Club tiling is like . Guess there'' "This happened Monday and Atlanta nounce the Smyrna aeach
.\!\ 'i already here and Mr. Gill will Mrs. Grover Alison side to Tuesday, so I have spent most Gwendolyn arll\'al of I
j arrive Sunday. In addition to Lt. school staff: Mrs. Mary Plank, The Junior Woman's Club will always a funny everything ; of the time since then, getting V. L. AL%'AU.Z, II. Don Ott.
Duke Mrs. A, W. Anderson Nov. 1, at I 8 and It did seem Blight the Alachua ciu I n t 3
((00 1 Rhode's homecoming, It will be Mrs. Glen meet Wednesday, with everything straight. The building I Pvt. and Mrs. Vincent L. Al- Hili
,'1:,j rr; a joint birthday celebration for I and Mrs. Kilgore were p. m., in the club building. Host incongruous to see men I'm in now has a concrete\ Gainesville. Mr Wynn ;
; J Mr. Alvarez, Mr. Monteith and guests with the following child eases for this occasion will be< trouser legs rolled up and women of our Lieutehants be such a fixture (even if a move- former :Miss Doris Pretit<
and one
a !' Coxswain Graham. I. ren: Wendy Charlock, Virginia Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, Mrs. H.. without shoes and stockings out should able one) around Fort Meadethat Starke. l
; if someone
f'r :' y" wind asked me what
H. Adams, and Miss May Her in the height of the an he would like for all local -
this place. "I.
"sj r rain picking up pecans as fast decide he wanted there to Mr. and Mr w
the through
"" .,\ long. The program is in bould boys passing A.
> would rain down fro: said (In a nice way) that he . Starke **:
' charge of Miss Frances Opper as they look him up His phone num- son born on Oct
'1><\1 the trees . Few natives Indulged have the damn thing, but one 20,
: man. All members are urged to ber Is 2147 and his outfit: Co. D, Mr. and Mrs
i, f%, , Starke's finest be present in this sport, I might add . thing sure he couldn't take 30 Bn., 8 Regt. . Raiford, B F amt
7i I would Just put son born
i \, Most of the brave harvesters were the floor and 011 Oct b

Restaurantand Jean Darby. Bambi La Morte,, newcomers so overcome by the some shelter halves together and Well . Guess that about Mr. and Mrs ,
;. .',"I Eldon Dempsey, Eddie Hartman.,, novelty and love of pecans that. pitch them for a the I carry store winds up the little black book for daughter born on OctVuMr. _
Billy Jackson, Beverly Lappe,, they could not resist the tempt) about 200 in stock" this time . So long . See' and Mrs Willard
Bar Mary Agnes Matthews Mary tlon . room at all times. you in the next . lng, Starke, daughter Br,
\ Harriett Powell, Linda Kay Sale,, ""'- Incidentally,"Dink; : Is getting to Carolyn. Oct. 25. born
i, ::1 :r ,, Diana Smith, Gall Duke Shl Ann Another hurricane vignette was ..

Smith, Clifford Saxon, Joey Wall- furnished by the loyal Army wU .
: The smith, Claire Jean Mundy, Henry who refused to leave her humble
La Rala, Tommy Halries Fred abode, even though water was TIP TOP SUPER MARKET
because -
Stephenson, Billy Torode, and creeping up to the door step
her husband told her when
Bob Smith. -
he left that morning NOT to gout PURE
. When Red Cross volunteer -
t3t : Mrs. Jack Pickard and little workers to evacuate \ t 9c EXTRACTS
t sought \
B son. Jackie, were recent guests /
i'' ,gge: : of Mrs. Pickard's mother Mrs. her and her child she stubbornly s TASTE IT.,.AND DIE/ and
r0Ot stood her ground . "I ain't a-
t Julia Tison.
''f / c,0'C\ and she
: 400x'tr going, she announced --

'.' \ a ,; didn't . Later that day, when ..*A. K I;'It,,l.R R /
p0r 'r the situation looked even worse'
r 4 0 .1'\'C\ NEW SHIPMENT the Red Cross folks went back! rANiu
; JUST RECEIVED and there she stood In the doorway -
:' f>,'C\ A with water swirling around

her feet . "I ain't a-going IF
'I, :;' l JOAN MILLER I DROWN!" she proclaimed -- Qts. 45c] VANILLA
Large Size
I. and she didn't . Can't help; J
but admire such spunk, and I I Pts. 25C : I \'ANILL.18p.4:1' :

FROCKSAT know any number of men wh Medium Size _.1
) wish their wives were one-tentl IT'S K I L.L. R / :

as obedient! . .. LEMONLarge
.. '" Visit Our Bar, Size ._.;
.of -- $14.95 Most amusing letter of the Poutlry Seasoning9c Garlic Salt ------. lOc LEMONMedium

Newly Decorated month was received Wednesda( ; Paprika -_- ... lOc Onion Salt _______lOc Size _
by Joe Wilson from our one-and .1:
' only Dink (W. H.J) Hart nov Chili Powder __ ___9c Onion Flakes ______lOc _

wi In A Clever The stationed at Fort Meade, Md . Ground Mustard ___9c Pumpkin Pie Spice8c ALSO COMPLET

i\il n Smart Seems that Dink Is now in charge Celery Salt _______lOc Parsley Flakes ____lOc ASSORTMENTFANCY
1 > Shop of a supply room, likes the work
Marine MotifSIZZLING l B very much and has kincli Sl'ttleddown ,. ,. .-:. FLAVOJ:
1: Adjacent to P. O. for the duration, he hopes

:: ,' r } . Anyway, he rates a nice private .. ....rrDRGSirffVSiecssffFESff.....
bedroom in conjunction with
I his supply room and l It is his ,
si fn Tho "Rlght-lo-WorU" pride and Joy has all the comforts I
1s r b Amendment and conveniences of home-
0 pictures on the 'wall, rugs, radio, '
''p DOES NOT etc. . But to get back to the<
hl wi ,
letter, he writes:
.." . .... STEAKLOBSTER a Prevent union. a person joining "Monday morning, Oct. 8, I had ABSORBINE JR. SIZE 1.25 .98
to move my supply room and
Interfere with the right to another building for the

"' '1 SHRIMP to strike.Prevent. General had given permission fo 75c
picketing. the Italians to use it over ii LORDBALITMORE Stationery .29
CHICKENSANDWICHES 0 Prohibit rolIertUe bargain- their area for a day room. My; VALUE
1 Ing. C. O. gave me a detail of H(
men and the company carpenter TWO
'>I 1 IT DOES to help with the job, so everyone CAMAY SOAP FOR .15
Outlaw the "('1olM' got busy and moved the stock
Shop." out a whale of a job. The'
carpenter took the walls to my; GOc
1 I, ,., Guarantors employment and toevery bed room down and the men andI MAR000 SHAMPOO SIZE .45.4I
person, union non- took all the counters out and
.1 SALADS union alike.Spwlflrully. we put them up again and fin

., protects the ally got all the stock back ii I CREOMULSION 1.25 1.09
t :: t made to order right of employees to bargain; place. About this time my C. O. SIZE
'1 collectively." came around and said they were i
not going to use the building after
"J "IT IS SIMPI.EAMERICANISr' all and I could move back In. i

: Well, we took a 10 minute break 84 neeJd
y I e 325 TEMPLE AVENUE Vote FOR Amendment No. 5. and started rebuilding. About ,
:ii'' I Nov. 7thV the time the carpenter had my
.t I. / t II room put back together and we /t; mi $
had the stock moved I over and
,: _I .. _._ ..
0. '" I. ------- back In
half the counters placea
; Major came through lookingthe
i M, ,' DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL place over and departed. Ten Halibut Liver Oil Caps 1.00
a. ( tI minutes later the company clerk

I NEW 4-PIECE SOLID OAK LIVING ROOM SUITIMPROVE rushed in and said hold every I 2.98VITACAPS '
thing "as Is" until Capt. Evans _
our C. O., let me know what to
do. It seems the Major was from y. 2.98
THE APPEARANCE the MP's and had decided HE _ -_

wanted the building. So Capt.
OF YOUR Evans went up to Headquarters 1 1-69
LIVING ROOM: WITH and tried to talk them out of it,, _-
but no soap. By this time I waa 89
ONE OF THESE in the right state of mind to tell PABLUM IRONIZED YEAST ___ ___
____ _____ _39
1 someone or all of them what I
j BEAUTIFUL LIVING thought of the entire mess, but SIMILAC MILK ______.98
i right at this point the 1st Ser- Puretest Yeast & Iron
ROOM: SUITS WHILE sends for that LACTOGEN __ 98
geant me knowing ___ __ 75
trouble might break out anytime 100 Tablets _
md trying to stop it, he says: Fletcher's.35REXALL
-- "You' are now a corporal!" Well, 100.93Wamsole's
Puretest A & D Tabs.,

l 1.04
i1 t t rt Should a person be required Preparation __ _
l to pay tribute to a BABY GIFTS
t 11 lx 1 Wood Beds'' stock with coil springs felt mattresses
new union overlord for the I-50
Puretest Cod Liver Oil, pts.
"Right to Work?" OF ALL KINDS

? i' '. Wood and Oil Heaters _______ ______$16.50 $59.50
f '
'aan f't Should a person be re-
Coffee and Cocktail Tables new supply just received.
: ,
1 quired to Join a union Other Week End Specials .-
Odd against" his or her will In
Dressers and Chest of Drawers Priced Right.

;:. Nice Assortment of Blankets and Comforts. order? to secure i employment Schick Blades, 20's .75 Gillette Thin BIds., 4s.10()

', SELECT YOUR XMAS TOYS NOW! We.. Have Them! Amendment The RIGHT,No.- TO 5 -on WORK your Bayer Aspirin, 100's 1 .69 Isopropyl Alcoa Rub jj

I tI i, .. .. ballot Nov. 7th If approved
,,4: ' will GUARANTEE the"IUKhtto.ork"


regardless! of union.

+ y John H. Denmark Furniture Co. "IT IS SIMPLEAMERICANISM"

11; ,. :: rte PHONE 51 STARKE, FLA. : REXALL DRUG STOREStarke
Vote FOR Amendment No. 5,

; 1 ; WE BUY GOOD USED FURNITURE- Nov. 7th Phone 64 Florida

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__ P-\Ol' !: FlV11!

of LOCAL NEWS Friends of Mrs. Wesley Bryantwill Mrs. S. P Vandivlere and son. WINNERS; AT FAIR Saki tireen. Hunch l'I'C'un"n -
BITS be glad to know that
she la Pltner. arrived here this week
ARK ANNOUNCEDiCnntinued ; pill StarlingSut..uma. r
Holtzendorf. Maurice Ed
recovering after undergoing a frohi Kearney, Nebraska when' I : .. HunchMeed ,
( from page one wards. Elmer Johns.
; serious operation last week In the I Dr. Vandlvtere Is stationed Lew .
Boug Wynn are Cpl. and Mrs. F. C. Stevenson I Honey
f'1'' Alachua County Hospital. i-n run KXIIIIIITS
4.., 'NS ln Lakeland and have returned l to Starke after a Judge A. 2. Adkln. h,'II courtin Corn 10 Farr: "' I !><>*. \\bite Doyle Connor.
Mrs. Tom Grady Is spending: a Macclenny this week. Ocic McGee, .
Sm 'ra Beach this week. stay in Miami, where Cpl. Stevenson Rodney Andrews Harry Green, Ralph Huberts.EKKH Huy
+ -t Lewis was in was reassigned to Camp I few band.days In Atlanta with her hus- Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durshinier Merrill Cohen.Cane. / / I l/o*, lirown W. H. Hayes.Fornue.
.s Irl'n business Wednes- Blanding. Mrs. Stevenson will had as their guest over the weekend 10 !Stalk Archie Hula. Dry
.ytlli)) make her home with her mother I James P. Hlgginbotham. directOr their daughter. Virginia of Albert Kite Cule CruMby, Meed l-II Record H.kH*. J. L. Kite: Maurice Kdwarda.Handicraft .
.omltl" Mrs. Edith Brown. of the local USO-YMCA Club, Brooksville. Lewis. Ishninol Hayes Rodney Hall, Kenneth : -
Clute are
and Mr W T returned to Starke Sunday after Corp. C. W. Savage who Is be- Norman Hilly Sapp, Shirley Judd.
where Mr. Clute R. J, Davis has been Sweet PotutOfn, 1 I'k.
Jill) Beach the State Realtor's I spending a few days In Trenton attending: a refresher course In ing treated In the Marino Hospital I Charles Dees. FP.V KXIIIIIITS Eggs. i I)+>'. \White
eliding :.with :Mr. Davis who is a State weeks.Atlanta during I the past two in Jacksonville was here Chafes Corn, 10 Kara Maurice Edwards, Arnold Wasdln.Hug's .
ntlon Buford of St. Auditor and is at present assigned Sunday visiting his wife and little Rodney Hall. Billy Sapp, Stanley Crawford, L. 1 !><>/. Brown
Gloria was visiting herP there. 'N. Sternberg la buying merchandise daughter, who are here with her) Pecans J. Kite. Gene Andrews.!
Hospital and Mrs R. C. Bu- Mrs. Sallie Tlflon, who is mak- in Atlanta this week. parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. I Francis Conway, Billy ThIgpen, Cane, 10 Stalks f'ptahll'
f 19. ing her home In Tampa with her Mrs. Ara E. Moitt Mrs. Ella White. I Jimmie Green Gene Andrews. E. C. Stokes.Swift Stanley Crawford, W. II. Hayes
Saturday John!" and Ira W. Andreu attended Fred Guy returned Tuesday
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and : Honey PotnloeN, 1 I'k. Arnold,
the funeral of their broherlnlaw. from Jacksonville I Wasdln.Syrup
Mrs C. C. Norton was looking where he attended Persimmon Gene Andrews.
Sidney L Stroup of the convention of the Doyle Conner
after property interests here this Peanuts Milton Norman, B. C. Holtzen-
NOTICEorth Crystal River on October 19. Mr. Florida Bottlers of Carbonated :I Rodney Hall. Bobby Dyal. dorf.
week.Mrs.. Stroup died in the Ocala hospitalon Beverages. I I
G. L. Patten and
Side Service son. Qctober 16 and was burled in W. C. (Billy) Powell who has
George, of Tallahassee are spend I
Crystal River Cemetery.Mrs. been spending a ten day furlough
ing this week here with Mrs. Pat-
here with his' wife and children,
A. Wall
Station ten's mother Mrs. E. E. Canova, E. who has been
while Mr. Patten la In Washington In Tampa to be near 101,'. Wall returned Sunday to Camp Peary Your NeedsYOUR
OPEN D. ,C., on business.1st who Is In the hospital there is Va.Mr. Party
and Mrs. V. S. St. John
BUSINESS spending the week with Mrs. W.
FOR Sgt. and Mrs. J, D. Smith
L. Wall and other relatives here. and daughters Alice and Eleanor,
have left this week for
I. Gas & and Sgt. Richard St. John of
Groceries son.
1 Sgt. Smith having been transferred M'r.: and Sirs Clarence Melton
Fort Jackson, Columbia S. C.
OilJOHN to Camp Robinson. Mrs. and sons, Cecil and Donald returned VOTE !
and graaddaughter. Sharon were
Smith is remembered here the first of this week from
:< L. .
R: guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. PurBhimer -
Miss Julia Tison. Tacoa Falls, Ga., where Mr.
at Kingsley Lake Sunday.
Melton has been attending the
_-------------------.1 Ministerial College. They are
MAY BLOSSOM DANCE STUDIO i spending the week with Mr. Mel- U.D.C. To MeetThe
ton's mother of Waldo, and Mrs. *
W. T. Weeks UDC
Melton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chapter
All Types of Dancing Berry Dyal of Graham. will meet Wednesday afternoon
Nov. 1, at four o'clock, at the "
Major H C. Wall of St. Augustine rOURJU7') AS A LOYAL AMERICAN CITIZENTO
home of Mrs Annie Lou Godwin
spent Wednesday with Mrs.W. and Mrs. Caro Chandler on N. CAST YOUR VOTE IN THE GENERAL ELECTION
Cherry St. Mrs Godwin and
BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL Mrs. Effle Johns spent Sundayand Mrs. Chandler will be co-hostesses. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ill THE PEACE OF THE .
Monday in Hawthorne with
Rev. Fred Dodd of Mldlakes
Enroll Child
was the guest speaker at the UPON THIS ELECTION. IF YOU FAIL IN THIS, YOUR
Before Classes Are Filled
Th "Right'to Work"
Christian church last Sunday 1 1I -
I morning: His subject was "Love"'and Amendment .simply. guarantees -
the service was well attended. GRANDSONS INTO ANOTHER WAR MORE TERRIBLE
Mrs W. L. Andrews and daughter ; all worker lie right toemployment
t Mrs. B. Cohen were in Jack- I EVEN THAN THIS ONE.
sonville shopping Thursday. they

Mrs. R W. Reese and baby I: belong to a union or not. '" , ., ,
daughter, of Montgomery; Ala.,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Adam GO TO' THE POLLS ON NOVEMBER 7th ,
Green and other relatives here. It will put an end to theevil 1

Mrs. William Beck of Charleston practice of forcing AND VOTE THE STRAIGHT PARTY TICKET.
S. C., Is visiting her mother
Mrs. Irene Johns and Mrs. L. D. workers to my some union
this I '" "
Green of city.
Miss Grace Green, Mrs. R. W. overlord for a "Permit" before -

Reese of Montgomery, Ala., and they ran get a job.
Jimmy Jacksonville Green, Monday.were shopping in Bradford County Democratic Executive Corn


I : W. B. ALEXANDER, Chairman
: e _
DRY CLEANING Nolia D. Middleton E. A. Sapp
Vote .Amendment No. 0, ,

feptl'Cola Company, Long Island City, AT. I". DONE THEMODERN Nov. 7th Vice-Chairman Secretary Treasurer

Jilscd Bottler: PEPSI-COL.\ BOTTLING CO. of Jacknonvllle.

. WAY!
------------------ .,

\\rll folks, I'm writing you Let Us Dry Clean
this little note from Atlanta I .

; wasn't blown up here by the Your Winter Ward THE, / :
:' ; storm and I didn't run up hereto robe Now!
,,. from It. I'm begin- ,
,.'t' /( get away
r-'.: nlnjc to think that what we call a FLORIDA NATIONAL GROUP
storm In Florida Is Ju..t about thekind .
of weather some of our less
fortunate tate 1J have all the All Dry Cleaning I

time, &!D'way.'h..n I get back
Guaranteed To
home I'll have lot. of nice new
merchandise" no drop around and Please!
gee what's cookln'.

NEW 29,673 LOANS

\ t METHOD { w

Made by Florida National Group Banks to Florida Business, {
aaayoartezYthe '
CLEANERSROBERT Agriculture, Industry and Individuals during the last 12 months

GREEN Owner Bank loans and human into
enterprise potent energy that creates

to IL 315 Temple AvenueresssrsflsrrsssrSrrJ provide the economic new businesses, expands old '

t motive power that drives Florbusiness, makes farmland fruit ,

ida ahead. Without this cornful and sets the wheels of indus-

Red White; & Blue $25 REWARDFOR bination there is little progress try humming faster and faster.
I. . with it there is growth and
If you think i of these I loans in
NOTIFICATION AS prosperity, development and .
TO WHEREABOUTS OF constant toward terms of money alone, they become
TWO-TOED SLOTH. new horizons. merely a cold, remote and

only slightly interesting sta..
Of the bank loans made in
tistic. But if you view them
Florida during the last 12
in terms of human values, in
months, by far the greatest
terms pay-envelope dollars
; '
number made by any single fi- of y
growth and of development,
'nancial organization have been

made by Banks of the Florida they challenge t the imagination. s ;

yas"vr'w r=4 v National Group, situated in Whether you, as an indivi-

;' ISstrategic.centers of Florida's 'dual, are not even distantly +

agriculture, commerce, Indus- associated with any of the 29-

';try and recreation. 673 borrowers to whom these

,_4 In total dollar volume, these J loans were made, this money .

Give generously to '1 c.Gentle Will Not 29,673 loans amount to $153; is, nevertheless, working for ,'

Harm Anyone .223,651. This is a vast sum of: you because it is helping to

YOUR COMMUNITY WAR FUND money, and it has vast import- build a greater prosperity for

''ance Florida because it Florida and all
to turns Floridians/
Do Not At-
FUNDSternberg's If Seen
Representing u. NATIONAL

tempt To Capture.

Report Location of FLORIDA NATIONAL

Animal To

County Telegraph.

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PAGE SIX . . . . . . WANTEDNo

. . v . . . . Lucille made a business! trip to STARKE THEATRES GIFTS I GrahamBy Button. ..lean!il cot'- t
,1 Jacksonville, Wednesday. WHAT TO FIND IN --- prices pat,' e. '*""est c.l

Sunnybrook Pvt. Alton Dobbs of Camp Mrs. T. L. Casey Telegraph
Blanding spent! the week-end with SAVE TIME CONSULT THIS DIRECTORY . . . . . . .
Ity MPM. Armiln Crawford his wife and daughter Elolxe.Mr .
. . . . J. R. Kelly and children INFORMATION OF CA.MP IILANDING' SHOPPING You
FOR Morris Kelly: A-S, left Sunday I cAN cEr

Mr. and, Mrs. R. B Warren of were visiting; In Lake Butler Mon- AND RECREATIONAL CENTER for Naval Training station 1 n REAL
Worthington Spring were guests Lakes, 111., after spendinga
.day.Pvt.. Wm. Crosby ot Camp ALTERATIONS Mann delivered the sermon for' Great _
Hon-in-law and daughter Mrs. Brown's pal-
of their
and Mrs. Crosby and were visiting the day and R. Cecil Moore gave leave with Mr. and Mrs. George t ACID
Brown, Blanding R. B. Warn Pearl's Alteration Shop
Mr. and Mr* Raymond ants, :Mr. and Mrs. :
Wednesday.Mr. son Hugh of Lake Butler were of Worthington Springs, Suada a short talk on his missionary; Rivers. He expects to be assigned ? ,, INDIGESTION
of Pvt. Crosby'sparents work in Chile. Dinner was servedIn
and Mrs. IT. B. Kelly and weekend guests Pvt. Harold Crews of Camp to duty.
Mm. W. T. Educational, Building. state
and the
children were weekend guests of Blanding was the weekend guest ladles who attended were Mr. and Mra. Seth Roberts left 1r
Mr. and Mrs Dewey Woods in Crosby. of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kirby -
Jacksonville. Nona Newton of Ft. Myers was Crews. Camp Diner Mrs. J. M. Bradley, Mr Lynwood Saturday morning for Pahokee ,ars e

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Val slop and visiting friends and relatives here Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby Davis Sandwich Shop Watts, Mrs. C. H. Cope, Bert Mrs.. Mr. Roberts has been employedfor / I

Son Fred, Mrs. C. C. Crosby and recently.Mr. and sons, Buie and Bobby, :Mt. Frank's Fine Food Jack Chambers and Mrs. the past year at Camp Blan

Mrs W. C. Ward and daughter and Mrs. Raymond BrownPEARL'S Arsula Crawford and daughter, Jerry's Chambers. ding and leaves to accept a simI-
.. Anne, were visiting Mi Place Mrs. Fred Miller of Perry lithe '
Shirley Pearl's lar position near their home in
and Mrs Ira Merritt of New River guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. D; Drug Sty
Pahokee.Mr. .
Sunday afternoon. GIFTSGislain's Fancher.
PLACE I Earl Alvarez of Pine Level was Mrs. Madge Bozarth and Mr and Mrs. Riley Wasdin

a dinner guest of Bute and Bobby and Mrs. Martin Grlner were< brought their baby daughter Inn

Crosby, Sunday. supper guests of Mr. and Mrs home from the Gainesville Hospital l
STEAK CHOPS Mr. and Mra. Arch Dobbs at Hollywood Camera R. V. S. Martling in Melrose last Friday afternoon. She is

the State Farm were dinner and Gift Shop Saturday. much improved. & i

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wonder Gift Shop Mrs O. J. Beavers and Mrs Mrs. R. M. Johnson 'returned
'Q CHICKEN Halslop and Pvt. and Mrs. Alto Laura Stephens arrived last Tues home Saturday after a weeks' I

Dobbs Sunday. day from Tallasee, Alabama, to visit with her daughter who has
Everyone la invited to attend MILITARYSUPPLIES visit Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North been ill in a Tampa hospital. Start Your />MHr

:3 SEAFOOD the sing every Friday night at After a short stay Mrs. Stephens Planning A'ouO !
-M Corinth Baptist Church. continued on her way to her Berul Casey, S 2-c of Daytona

:* . . . R . . i. Ben Suslow's Army Store home In Raleigh, N. C.,for while parents Beach ,spent Mr. Saturday and Mrs with T. his L.Casey .
remained a
p, BEERSandwiches Gislain'sP. Mrs. Beavers PLACE YOUR ORDE

New RiverBy S. Stores longer Mrs. visit.R H. Tyson returned FrI- ._------------;. NOW FOR THE FO
Jacksonville where she LOWING
Shafkin'sThe day from AITI.IAXCE-
the School
had been the guest of Mrs. Mary SOLDIERS, SAILORS
. . . . . . Stag Luck since Monday '

Ave. iJt'ILTINO PARTY Because washouts resulting AND MARINES: BENDIX
NOW OPEN 321 Temple
The ladies of our section are TAVERNSBlanding from the recent hurricane made AUTOMATIC

giving Mrs. M. F. Wiggins a the routes of a number of the HOME LAUNDRY
quilting party at the school hour Center Bar school buses Impassable, Union

Friday p. m. We are extendin Bob's Tavern County schools will not reopen -

an invitation to all who want to Jordan's Bar until October 30. HOT POINTREFRIGERATORS
help and enjoy the afternoon and Mrs. J. M. Hembree spent last

Wondert night. Come prepared to work weekend with her mother, Mrs
t with anything that Is pertaining Mrs. Veda Honaback and son, J. F. Williams, in Wewahltchka.Mr. .
to quilts from 5 to 11 o'clock. Eddie, of Washington, spent sev and Mrs. A. C. Davla and WATER HEATERS
Seaman 2-c Leslie Whltehea eral days with her sister, Mrs. children spent the past week-end They all

MRS. BESSIE DAVIS PROPRIETOR returned to Camp Peary, Va., M. F. Wiggins at the home other with relatives in Waldo and Gra- As These Become

J after a few days furlough wit brother and sister-in-law, Mi. ham. LIKE to EATat Available
Y his parents and other relatives.Mr and Mrs. Rudolph Andrews After having been with Dr. We Will Fill Orde]

and Mrs. R. R. Andrews Mrs. Marie Wiggins and son and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins since In Order of Applicatio
and daughters Maxine and Gall Mickey of Olustee and Mrs. Norman Wednesday, Mrs. Charles Pulley the
6,000 spent the week-end in Jacksonville Wiggins and sister, Clara ot and son, Charles, Jr., returned to I

with relatives. Lake Butler were visiting friends their home in Tallahassee, Mon- CAMPDINER
day. Mrs. Pulley
and relatives Sunday p. m.
BIRTHDAY DINNER nursing her niece, Mary Rivers
Gifts and souvenirs Mr. and :Mrs Ernie Souther-
Mrs. Alfred Varnes celebrates Stubbins, who is better though
land and children were visiting
, her 54th birthday Sunday with .a still ill at her home.
choose from large birthday dinner at her relatives In,Lawtey, Sunday.Mr. Lt. H. G. Davis returned Tues-

to home. Those enjoying this occasion and Mrs. S. L. Crews and day from Rocky Mount, N. C.,

with her were, her sister, children, Bobby and Johnnie where he had been with relatives Corner Call & Cherry 0WINKLER
Mrs. Emma Drlggers of Jacksonville Frances were visiting State Farm since Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dya Sunday p. m. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Hogan hadas .

and family of Graham, Mrs E. Mrs. Fronle Moody, Mrs Ver- their guests Sunday and Mon Featuring the best
BUY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS A. Goodge, Dock Warren and son: nell Moody, Camilla Jane and day, Mr. and Mrs. H. J, Johns

Sammy, and little Roy Harper of Eddie Moody spent Sunday In and baby Rodney, of Tampa. ELECTRIC
WE WRAP MAIL INSUREand Sampson. Everyone reported i a Ralford. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ormond and Steaks & Chops

nice time. G. W. Andrews was in Baldwin son, Lynn, and Mrs. John Moseleywere
stamp with "Do Not Open Sunday p. m.State. with relatives in Hawthorne I Open 9 A. M.-9 P M. SERVICE
Mrs. M. F. Wiggins, Mrs Marl
'Til Xmas" Seal during the past weekend.Mrs. > Except Thursdays
Wiggins and Mrs. Norman Wiggins . . . :. ;;. . . Henry Lewis :'of Vero : : 226 Temple
were shopping in Jacksonville ....
Beach spent last week-end with
:Monday.R. Farm] Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Young.
R. Andrews and son Ervli
were visiting the livestock mar
By Mm. Bryan WhltfleldBIRTHDAY
ket la Lake City, Tuesday p. m. e . . . . . . uurday night with Mr. and Mrs. Centrally Located Opposite Park Theatre
Earl Chambers In Montlcello. Re-
Mr, and Mrs. Leo Willis and
turning home with her were her Reasonable Rates Good Workmanship
children of Lake Wales were visIting PARTY
Mr. Willla' parents, Mr. and< Kay Partney celebrated her grand-daughters, Barbara Jean' UNIFORM ALTERATIONS A SPECIALTY
and Jackie Chambers, who remained -
STARKE'S ORIGINAL Mrs. T. L. Willis, last week-end. seventh birthday with a party at here until Thursday when
Our school children enjoyed the< the home of her parents, Mr. and
their parents came for them en
Fair Wednesday p. m even Mrs. Oscar Partney, Friday, Oct.
STORE route to their home in Monticello
ARMY ; though It was bad weather. 20, at four o'clock. Games and from Daytona where they had The
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews were contests in which Betty Williams,,
I attended a convention of Ice deal-
In Gainesville, Friday Jimmie Moncrief and Jimmie
I E:? t Authorized by the War Department Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns were Warren were winners of patriotic ers. $64
Mr.\ and Mrs. J. A. Chesser had
Operated by an ExSoldietHEADQUARTERS In Starke shopping Monday. prizes made hours of fun for as visitors last week-end, Mr.
t Jay Moody is In St. Luke's the young participants. After i
and Mrs. T. R. Adkins and Mrs.
hospital Jacksonville, at this the opening of her gifts Kay anther I
Gladys and Mr. and Mrs. Question
time. Their children are staying guests were served Ice crear.:
for all I Fisher Gaskins and children. This
with their grandmother, Mrs. and cake In the dining room a.;.
4 week Mrs W. A. Kirkland and
Premie Moody. We hope he will the table centered with a beauti-
ions, Harold and Richard! are
Military Supplies soon be strong again. tully decorated birthday cake,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Ad-
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews with Its color scheme of pink sins and family at Hawthorne. What is more
were visiting the livestock market and white accentuated by rib-

In Gainesville, Monday. bons from the chandelier to the refreshing and
Novelties & Jewelry Mr. and Mrs. Romie Johns ol table. The cake held the seven Be relaxing -

Jacksonville were visiting her Birthday candles and on the Quick To TreatBronchitis than a few

mother, Mrs. Bell Johns, Sunday, plates were individual candles in
The Long Bridge Christian original gum-drop holders. Candy- pleasant hours

Church held its services at the tilled, glass toys were given to
Ben Suslow'sArmy school house Sunday morning and the children as souvenirs of this Chronic bronchitis with good friends
night with the pastor Rev. Dodd occasion which was shared may develop if
happy your cough,chest cold,or acute bronchitis bottle of
of Hampton. We are looking with Kay by the following boys is not treated and you cannot a G(4IJ
Store forward to holding services In and girls: Henry Rlcharde, Jim- afford to takeachance anymedicIne mellow beer?
the new building by next month., mie Moncrlef, Jim mle Warren, which potent than Creomulsion
goes right to the seat of the
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lazenby Harold Godwin, Fielding Chapman rouble to help loosen and expel germ

209 -E. Call Street Starke; Fla. Wesconnett were here Sunday 3rd., Joyce Williams, Betty l laden phlegm and aid nature to You're there's nothin
and were accompanied home by Williams Carolyn Bradley, Helen soothe Bronchial and heal raw,tender,inflamed right. .

her mother Mrs. Rhoda Dowling,, Whitfield, Frances, Peggy, June Creomulsion mucous blends membranes.beechwood like
who has been at the old home md Lila Rae Caldwell.Mr. creosote by special process with other It. .
for the past two weeks. time tested medicines for coughs..
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Varnes and Mrs. M. K. Tyus and It contains no narcotics.

FAIL TO md daughter, Mrs. Ray Goodge ions, Kenneth and Harold, spent you No have matter tried how tell many your druggist medicines to 13)13*$ itvI

0"\1' : were business visitors in Waldo, last week-end at their former sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with
.i'onday. home, Chattahoochee. the understanding you must like the
VISIT Mrs. Charles Turney and little way it quickly allays the cough,permitting Bob Jones Mgr.
rest ,
and sleep, or you are to
laughter, JoAnna, of Jacksonville have your money back: Adv.)
THE came Friday to visit Mr. and
lira C. :M. Turney.

Mrs P. D. Fancher, Jr., of .
DAVIS SANDWICH SHOPNext Jacksonville came Tuesday form

o. e r3 osBt Indefinite stay with Mr. and

D. Fan cher. Accompanying :
).Irs. P. *
To Davis Bar
Mrs. Fancher were Mrs. .

4 Where You Will Get 4POcEXPERT Jrary W. W and McCrary Mrs. Munson: little Billy of Jack-Mc- ;r.: : ; d ''''

onvllle, all of whom joined Mr.

HAMBURGERSMade and Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Sr., as
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
.J r CLOCK & WATCH lartin Grlner, who were hosts SHAFKIN'THE

From REPAIRING Irthday.In honor of 'Mrs. Fancher' Sr., .

Fresh Ground Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger and

son, Bradley, of Jacksonville were

SIRLOIN STEAKSwift's Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. STORE
ALL JJ'ORKGUARANTEED J. M. Bradley. With them was

Crs.. J. H. Verner. Mr. Bradley's ALL

Premium Pure FloridaORANGEADE sl.ster, who has recently moved SOLDIERS KNOW

tram Georgia to Jacksonville.As .
hurricane "refugees", Mr.
I The and Mrs. Enlce Bradshaw and
children of Atlantic Beach"were ENUF SED !
With Mr. and Mrs.\ R. H. Cox
OPEN EVERY DAY TIL 12 MIDNIGHT STAGCarter hursday of last week.

1 Closed All Day Each i Friday Bldg., Starke host Raiford to the Baptist New River Church Assocla-was Jewelry Gifts Uniforms

I lion last Wednesday Rev Dewey



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1 can't afford to miss out now. "UITII ItO.MlI GROUP 1 Theatre Service Ribbon. lie haa

Service Parade It really means a lot to get According to announcement recently been made a flight leader JERRY'S-JERRY'S-JERRY'S
the paper when you are so far from a Ninth Air Force bomber I in his outfit.
... to bring U) c-
.*.Tfci'Trl.of..r..r.fc tfor'"a.klle.tlon. Mrrvlre mm ...4esome.. from home, so tell Carolyn and I base in France, Sgt Jean C.. Lt Moore receives the Tele
".T 1'.I..raplo telling. or their .rtUltlm.KIXG all the staff to keep up the good .
re to mite Tao Prevatt, Jr.. of Lawtey, was a graph in China and writes that E-A-TH-E-R-E
work. radio operator with one of the he enjoys It very much aa It
WRITES good articles concerning your patriotic , Sincerely, first Ninth Air Force medium enables him to keep in touch with IF YOU LIKE nOME COOKING .
SOmewhere In France duties performed so well Luther J. Lennon. WT 1-c bombardment groups to operate many of his old Bradford County 3
Jegraph: make us happy over here. WhenI U. S. S. Mustln. from French soil after the invas- friends. ""' S r 3 en
months the paper read that our county has gone ion. Sgt Prevatt's group has .
rnaJ1Y and over Its last bond I knew WORD FROM "SLEEPY" JOE I
my way quota commended Yoa I
coming been officially sever keep bByiBi
The has received tie
it Is welcome. The without a doubt you were still Telegraph al times for iU pre-Invasion attacks CHILI . HOT DOGS
an, ever to us fellows behind us. We are proud of you following: interesting: letter from for its current

re own u news most Important.back Ate too. Joe 3rd Class C. Ricks who, Carpenter's refers' to himself Mate port of, and ground forces on the con sup- WAR BONDS yt SANDWICHES i:!

- me idea of being Sincerely, as "Sleepy":! Joe. It was written tinent. OUR SPECIALTY $
all seemed very vaguehave Walter M. King RM 3-c Before entering the service In
from North
11 The last three Africa. STARKE t: (lilt St Next Door To Western Unloa ..CJERRY'SJERRY'S.JERRY'S
mote. with miracles "Ex and Future Callstreeter" Dear Callstreeters: September 1942 Sgt. Prevatt wasa ] v
passed I miss you all very much and clerk In the U. S. Civil Service TRANSFER
Mlge, of America's FROM LUTHER LENNON most of all I miss receiving the Commission. Before going to
folding. Dear Gene: Telegraph regularly. I've been France he completed a special
Low that "home" Is atlllI Enclosed Is a renewal for my moving around and guess the back radio course at the London University Local And

I left it and that we Will subscription to the Telegraph. I papers will catch up with me In England. He has been
olng back some day soon have been receiving It for the sometime. I hope so. overseas for more than six Long Distance

to realize. The past four and a half years and I left the States in November months '
good '
i:t too Hauling tt a
1943 and went to Scotland, where .t
I spent four and a half months. WOUNDED OVERSEAS
Wow! What a place. I met Word has been received by Mr.

Walter King there and we really and Mrs H. L. Johns that their Phone 179

painted Glasgow red. Ia other son, Sgt.V.. N. Johns was
words--we had a swell time. wounded sometime the first part Gverytotly5atkil1f j o
While In Scotland I also met En. of this month In Belgium and is
DOLLS sign Mixon who lives on WaterSt. now recuperating in a hospital in
When our fighting men
in Starke. England. Sgt. Johns entered service -

__ Here In Scot.. Feb. 20 1941, and took his return are they going to bet'Ompt'l1l."I
1 rl T a
a n
was -
jmu J
4 .
IdllU basic! training at Camp Blanding'He to PAY for a
signed to the He stationed for a while at }
LCT (R) Group Ft. Jackson S. C.. then went to PERMIT TO \\'OltKlll ?
and then in April I''a camp In Indiana and from thereto

we were shippedto a New England state He went \\ they l>o FORCED" .to ABOUT
THEY WILL BE SCARCE THIS Southern England -, overseas the last of January,
Join a union and pay exorbitant
SELECT YOURS NOW! i where we 1044. He has a brother Beland
XMAS. trained on the Johns, who Is also solving with Initiation I fetes, dues
DON'T DISAPPOINT THE LITTLE craft until D- I'D. He has beeioverseas .
Army overseas and aiw *me>nt.H In order to
We Will Be Glad To Lay Day. While in since April 1943, and o
FOLKS. : England I met went through action In Africa hold a Jolt?
i my brother, Jesse somewhere In
One Away. Italy and is now
In Exeter, France. The Passage of the "Klght-

irE ALSO HAVE MANY OTHER TOYS I Devon a town to-Work" Amendment No.
A 40 miles
L' tr only T/ine
from where I 5 on the .ballot Nov. 7th
' Blanding
\Monogram Them With Camp was stationed. I From "Somewhere in France"comes .
the following welcome letter will prevent thin evil.
visited the camp
where he was from Owen W. McRae, GM
3 stationed and, 2-c, who Is serving with a Naval "IT IS SIMPLE

found out hov Construction Battalion:

GISLAIN'S the other half lives. Here I me t Dear Mr. Matthews: AMERICANISM"t

several other friends from Starke. Yesterday I received a copy of Vote .'Oltmt"ndmt'nt No. S, <9

Next to Koch's Drug Store We left England on these flat the Telegraph. That was quite Nov. 7th Restaurant t t Hourss. E' Tuaesday'
bottom craft for a trip that :I an occasion for me, because mall
_._,_ _-n_'_e.e__eueu__,;. really didn't think we could possIbly service Is not the beSt here where I

______ ...... _......._a_._ __ ___ ,_........ -oe. .) make. But after tossing to: [: am and this Is the first paper ...
and fro for a few days we sighted I I have received.

land-Africa. We stayed then 1 Since coming to France I have
for a week or so, then went to:
"I'll Meet You At had many interesting: experiences.
. Italy Invasion where of we Southern loaded up France for the t The other a..YLI ask the G /'s
Blanding Center Bar When that was over we started *z met who wantedme

back for a port on the Island of to mall a let
Corsica. It was a pretty place ter for him to WHERE THEY GET the MOST for THEIR MONEYThey'll ,
and Patio'enjoy but I wouldn't want to live there his brother In

Soon after we returned to our New York. I
base In North Africa and I an took It to my
still there, but not for long, 1 I officers and It
hope. These -Arabs are about' went through Tell You. .
to drive me nuts and smell like< all right. The ;
the old hog pen back home on a next day he

hot day. .came; to see me at '
I have seen! some very again. He had p. S. STORES
beautiful sights and we havea ridden a bicycle
good time, but It 1 of
yourself in pretty 20 miles just to course
would be hell If It wasn't for see if the letter
the American Red Crowi. r
surround- A gone
pleasant This outfit !,. really doing amansized all right. It was
Job. The snack bar the first time he
ings in the company gamed and movie are a great had been able tocontact *
morale booster. Lots of pc'Opie his brother

of congenial people. bock home don't know In five years.I .
what the Red ( lows stands
for and what a Job It IK. doing have seen lots of the countryin
France, as I have been "on
for the boy over here.
the move" from one place to P.
tell you I would sorely:
must have once been
another. It
to he I here If It WlII LANDING this wonderful organization. very beautiful, but the terrible AT BLANDING BUS STATION
destruction Is enough to make
sick at heart now. Before
Well, folks. I am getting along you
: fine and am In good health. Hope coming: here I was In Scotlandand
ENTER this little note finds the folks England. Everywhere I've
been the civilians are very friendly -
there the same. I don't want my'amily
to worry over me for I but I will surely be glad to

am being well taken care of, the get back to Starke again.As .
same as I have always been. for the work we do in the CHRISTMAS
-iA-R Just another Callstreeter Seabees I think our song gums

"Sleepy" Joe C. Ricks, CM 3-c, it up pretty well: Is Just Around the Corner .
USLCT (R) Staff, care FPO,
St'.al.01 the Navy
laebelle J. Hyde, Manager New York N. Y. \VVre the
... "'._can build 1 and we can fight. It is not too early '
v-- --..... ,--. any
We'll pave our way to victoryAnil tl
guard It day and nlicht./ to select your gifts
LAND SAKES! And we promise that we'll remember while the
AT now . Buy
WHY '-
'" The seventh of Jf-"f'llnilt'r-- choice of merchandise ,

BAKElion ? We're the "Sealiem of the Navy, is not yet depleted . '
UI I ROY'S 1111ESTAUBANT \\ you can t*: items of the seven I14'Wt.
And avail
get H u o h dell This picture of me was takenIn you may
clout of LAYAWAY
back of a school building in our rrrr
at ,
pastries which we have our living quartersat a PLAN.l l : uJlfn.flT ;
TilELAPPE present. The Germans livedIn

tM>ER MANAGEMENT OF ROY JOHNSON the building before.I .
BAKERYACCIDENTS surely would like for all my

friends to write me. and here is I Iti
T yes.
my address Owen_ : .w.. iicnae, u U'.. .".-.A, . a cift that ONLY YOU. !
.... \ : .,
Company Hdqts., Plat. 1,
114th U. S. Naval Const. Bn., t.:5..W can give, and family and

Care FPO, New York, N. Y.
friends will be MOST HAPPYto
of James T.
The promotion
Y Moore to the rank of let. Lieutenant receive YOUR PORTRAIT
has been announced by head-
quarters of the 14th Air Forcein
V- China. He Is the son of Mrs.J. .
T. :Moore of Plant City and // Will Add Delight to Their Christmas Cheer

STEAK CHOPS NEWSbut Brown the grandson and :the of late Mrs.Dr.C.Brown W. STUDIO OPEN EVERY DAY, including SUNDAY,

ARE and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore,
all of Lawtey. He formerly lived TILL 9 P. M. NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED.

CHICKEN to persons Involved they In Bradford County and has many .

are bad news. They're .[.Iw.ysb.d friends and relatives here who ,
to learn of his
wil be Interested
news when the persons .
involved have no automobile Moore received his commission -
insurance. Buy it now! April 22. 1943. at Moore
BEER Field, Texan, and saw action in
North Africa Corsica and Italy

Charley E. Johns before joining the 14th Air ForceIn & GIFT SHOP
e China. He has been recom-
MOND.IYv Agency mended for the Air Medal and Is
PEA 8 X M. 2 A. M. EACH DAY EXCEPT authorized to wear the European-

Ribbon the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign

Sandwiches And Short Orders .prwtlna.THE:TRAVELERS H rtfor4 Ribbon and the American,


r named Court and cause, wherein sued was In the name of Mr.. C. E.
iv ('IIIt"'IT rnintT. 111111)FOltilCOI'T
Mrs. Brown Named plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford Norman.
%, FLOIt10AIV' CHANClnra thinOrder Unless said certificate shall be
County Telegraph shall publish
t'iIIY. redeemed according to law, thernp..rty + e
LeaderOf rinlntlff. vs.Osaood In next four weekly IMHIIVII.Witness F.e
; New Hell (Carter I described therein will beold
, Ca. my hand and official ,
Carter, Defendant the tr
thin to the highest bidder at
Meal at Hlarko. Klurlda. October -
'Girl Scouts No. 83H7.OitDBll Zilth, 1D44OFKICfAL court house door on the first Mon-
the month of December
HEAL) A .1. Thomas doy
AND NOTICE TO API-EAR ( 1944, which la the 4th day of December
lira. Lemuel Colson, leader ol HTATE OF FL.OHIDA to O"wood A. Clerk of Hltl (Jurt. 1944.IUIated .
T. Frank t.nndruin, Starke.
Is Un
Carter whose residence .
the Girl Scouts called a meeting known. Ally for I'lf. 10-27 4t 1117tOTIfH ? this 23rd day of October.A.

Monday of the mothers and Mrs,, You are required to appear on APIM.H'ATION- : roil J. Thomas,
ovembcr 271 h, 1944 In the abovenamed OF of Circuit Court of Bradford b"y*
Edward Burns, representing theWoman' Court and cause, wh..r..lnplRlntlft TAX I KKIMrnnfe Clerk '5 I F td.
Florida. "
Club, to select a new Telegraph seeks divorce shall publish Bradford thisOrder NOTICE( IS BIIIe.1IBKKRY Imu OIV1 N. County 10.27 4t 11-17 (OFFICIAL, SEAL,) :1w ,I I

leader for the Troop Mrs. H. C. County In next four weekly Issues. That C. C. Norman holder of Tax: r ',df .,y
with Mrs. hand and official Certificate No. 64, Issued the 4th N'O..C1'2TO : .i
Brown was chosen, Witness my WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
19.1H, has filed
A. D.
Florida, this October day of July
Vernon Sllcox as he,- asalHtant. seal 28th at Htarke 1944. Ham In my office and hag made This In to certify that I have filed W.T. .
Administrator for the Estate
ThomasAs application for a tax deed to be
A new troop committee was ( of SEAL said )Court issued. thereon. 8 aid certificate MoKver, my Final Return or
chosen with Mrs. Colson. as K. K. Ferryman, Btarks, 1"1"1'1".1Atty. embraces the following described of Bradford day Accounting of November and will 1'on 44. the ask 29th the };
11-17 In the County
10-27 4t property
Chairman and Mra. Edward for ('It. State of Florida, towltrHm Honorable 1<::. K. Ferryman County

Burns and Mrs.. Frank Landrum of SW'HWV, nC SEH Judge for Final of Bradford Discharge County aa said Florida Ad- d b

aa members.The 19: 'IIU'ITr ('OC11'r nil.\"vonu con-taining ministrator. .-
('OI'MTV, K1.OIIIII1I I'M CIIAMIKIIt. t :: ; Li. J. Wynsj.
most pressing need of the prop-erty 1 10-2 4t 11-tT Administrator.wwww .

troop at the present time la a James n Aley Jr. Plaintiff v.. .
Lucille Eleanor Aley Defendant.
meeting place. The troop was .
,I Case No 33116.ultnmH ,
meeting the Rectory which la ANI NOTlf'B OF PUBLICATION TO Al'PlOAH ll v,, - ,

now being: used by the Nursery ST-jtTE/ OF KLrOlUDA to: Lucille

School and since then has met Rlannor Ale) whose residence la Far FAST GAINS
Route No. 1, Sandy Lake, Pennsyl -- sApetd
of Mrs. Brown. -
in the -
vania. J.adlno hog men overa.j. tttf C'' e* Damgirom 5.11"t
You are required to appear on Man
November 27th, 11'44, In the above 100 Ibs. of pork with 51/2 bu- of wRINa Vi re$'
Small Roof FireThe named Court and divorce cause, Bradford wherein corn and only 50 Ibs.of Hog Chow H O G e

County plaintiff Telegraph seeks shall publish this (IlL the Purina plan. [NOW 'F'irtfone STANDARD
city fire truck was called Order. In next four weekly Issues.
Tuesday evening to the buildingon Witness my hand and official Grain with HOG CHOW '
seal at 8tarkn, Florida, this October FACTORY-CONTROLLED .BATTERY.ECAPPING
the corner of Church and 24th, 1944.OFFICIAL .

Madison Sts., t o extinguish a ( BEAD A. J. ThomasAs
Clerk of said Court.T.
small roof fire set off by a spark. Frank. Lundrum, titarke: r lorlda.lty. SISTRUNK'SSEED
,\ for Pit. 10-27 4t 11-17 .

ChristianThere I c low NO OTHER RECAPPING
iv fiitnir ci>i'HT, mi UI"'OIl. n A.From
l> tllANFloyd I Ir
( 4)11'l'1', GIVES YOU ALL THESE F
will be a guest upeakerat Ck9IY.

the Christian Church for the A. Oi mbler Jr., Plaintiff
M. Gambler. Defendant.Case 1. Grade A Quality
Sunday morning service at 11:00. vs. Mary
No. 8381.O1tDElt Camelbaclc
After meeting at the church the OF PUBLICATIONAND
members and visitors will attenda >> NOTICE TO APPHAK 2. :Prompt,Oonrteoua
Convention to be held at Gambler whose residence. Is 1B30 'v Service

Theressa. Lunch la to be' servedon drove Htreet Han Francisco California where I sit.. by Joe Marsh
% Mrs. Carol Teeples. 3. All Work by
the grounds at the church You are to appear onNovember FactoryTrainedEzperta $11.45Mravy 5
there. Everyone Is urged to attend 27th.U'\. In the above
named Court and cause, wherein FRf5
the meeting.IN plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford '
County ,Telegraph shall publish thisOrder Soldiers' Wives" and 4. Materials and Ireasnge"
four weekly Issues.
In next
r.nrl'.T miner. HIIAI>K< UIrOI"VTl. > WorkmanshipGuaranteed
Witness my hand and official ,fnfeWoclrd,..
1".0"1 IN CilAftCKIIV. -
seal at atarke, Florida, this October HusbandsYou
20th 1944.OFFICIAL Returning Serf Quality Stpanten
Clifford M Taylor, Plaintiff vs. .
( "HEAL) A. J. Thomas tO b. Any:Make Tire
Norma W. Taylor, Defendant. Cane
No. 3388. A. Clerk of said Court :Becapped with the Batter built mort deptnl.
OHDKU OF PUDLirATION T. Frank for Plf.I.nndrulil' Htarke:: 102'ft, Florida 1117iv may have seen In tho papers every fighting man. For home Is Kte Famous Firestone able l Win KIT loir,

ANI NOTICE TO AfPKAK Atty. lot of little things!A garden or economical service.HM FU.
BTAT13 OF FLORIDA to Norma whero a writer cautioned Army a 4.00-16 Dear-Grip Tread
W, Taylor whose residence IK 1189 wives that their returning husbands a work bench-well-thumbed I O-Matio: covers and other
'IT roi IIT. nil\()FOnnf'OI'N'I't' : features of
ruin more
Went 7th Street, Erie, Pennsylvania. upenslYiS
You are required to appear on FLOIII".II..... would be "strangers" to books . a mellow glass of beer NO RATION CERTIFICATE NEEDED batteries

November 27th, 11)44. In the above it t' them-because been with friends.
named Court and cause, wherein MI Idred"Elisabeth Brown, Plaintiff they've

plaintiff seeks divorce. Hradford vs. Samuel: Drown, Defendant through experiences that their Dot whatever they are,It's the
this No. H3HOORDKH
County Telegraph shall publish Case
Order In next four weekly (IMM"e". OF PUBLICATION vives could never share. memory of these small familiar Monev-Cocfc OimmttlPOIONIUH

seal Witness at titnrke my, Florida hand and, this official October STATE ANI NOTICK OF FLORIDA TO APPISAIl to: Samuel Well; n high-ranking officer things that he takes with him E ,1I5$! VAWIS NO\W

26th, 1944.OFFICIALi Brown whose residence Is 1530 wrote to that bo Into battle. And It's these little <
( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs Bradley Avenue, Camden New Jer an answer ; "
Clerk of said Court. sey.You Will O. Murrell Jacksonville, Fla. are required to appear on life
Atty for I'lf. 10-27 4t 11-17 November 27th 1944, In the above men want most? To finish tho home-and to tho familiar CARD TABLES ______ _ __$7.95 PLUGS
that he looks forward to return
war and come homo . What l

nro they lighting for.for'ev'ryIng to. SERVING TRAY $2.49 65c
__ _ _ __
thing the word home means." 'ltl1 ie

Of course the word "home" OIolV CARVING KNIVES _ _$1.98 4orams

means something different toN
IRONING BOARDS :Polonium alloy .lectrodj
-- --
gives quicker, easier ttartInf. -
100 of a Series Cop.ighJ.194I, ..rowing Industry Foundation Preclsloneugliieered.Sale .

Wholesale Houses Are (p----- -.-.- -

; Already Sold Out. It Will Pay EVERY BRANCH OF a atYraCNRlSaI'N
4"w PtAN
"e ; ,
You To Buy Now.. Why Not $9 GlF rl a __'' _ _

Look Over Our Stock Today? 'I u.- >r


.. nSuranceH

Toilet! Sets, Colognes PerfumesWill WALL d !

Be Very Limited

AgencyConstant Beautiful Indian Tree

m Better Buy Now -- Service Over 50 Years DINNER SERVICE

Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED

!. .
$7.45 t1

You Can Stop That Cough -

Lovely colored blossoms

" MEDICINE. Quick Relief .- \\ the tree and make a itrlk-;

tog against the WO-STEP
50c per bottle -KRMANENT! WAVE, 89c! Do youi FOR SALK-Trailer, coach type, appearance T
own Permanent with Charm- with 25 feet space the wblta tackgironnd. Fluted
Kurl Kit. Complete equipmentIncluding bath, gaa stove Ice ,box"idlot STOOL
40 curlers and .shampoo closets, new tire. See owner, e dfef.
Easy to do, absolutely harmless Mrs. D. I... Waldron at 115 W. L ),
Praised by thousands Including Madison St. Cheap because ot
Fay McKenzie. glamorous movie transfer I tp $3.95
PAY US A VISIT AND SEE TilE MANY star. Money refunded If not
atlifled. Koch's Drug Store FOR WALK-1943 4-door special deluxe Ia
818| -IBt-1PRKSII t// Plymouth Sedan with radio I 35 PIECES . FULL SERVICE FOR 6 The steps pull out w4 then
ITEMS NOW ON DISPLAY and 4 new tires. Inquire at Tern handy little ladder! 01 e
pie' Garage lip a ted .eI' tot
white with bright
EOna-Dally at Wasdln'sPoultry
Farm, 3 miles north of HELP WANTED-Middle aged colored tepa.
I Waldo. on road 13. Below crlllnR,
i woman to help with babies.
why pay more? 11113ttpFOn | See Mrs T. E. Blddle, 221 HCherry .
Koch Drug StoreWANTED at ttp for TAr Very Own Sale!

SALE-One Z-horne W..bMt..rfarm
wagon In first class condi LOST-On Call St.. .Monday. man'sGruen Rockln9 Chair;
tion. Can he seen at H. L. Johns wrist watch white goldcnse.
.i f farm 10 miles. went on hlsrhway2H If found return to paper
turn right at Prlesf Station office. Reward Itp 8.O5
2Ml' miles 1016-4tp.|
Fan RKNT-7 room house, with] _a.rr
all modern conveniences. See
FOR SALE-1 farm mule and 1 A. O. Andreu, Sheriff 10-27 It
nice brood now and 6 boats..
Jeff Lewis, IU. 1, Box 181. FOR KENT-Room adjoining bath.
: 10120-Stp. 17.00 per week. Working girl
only 324 N. Cherry St. Itp li.Y.n$
FOR SALK-'At Earl Rdward'e Covered e Adllt
I.awKy 1 193J-V8 Ford. FUR General Electric refrigerator 60C
Motor r/nb/ and tires good, upholstery 7 cu ft. Also solid ArcheryOur Set
bum. Han new battery. oak extension dining table. -W
Also Sllvgrtone battery radio P. Smith, 401 So. Waln t. It Bat eloie-flttinff knob coyer. Rich red & tasted leather.Very 1Inestl! Includes prr
'. with Kvenlna-n. household bdv Ent
.' new battery Handy oae-a.nart alie. well lemon.oed
conitracted. Tot
Grant Davidson. 1020-3tp| FOR SALK-Missionary strawberry foot '
, plant tK per thousand. :2 miles ages!2 to .. booklet on arcluC'
east of Starke. John D. Bowers
"i milk cows, stock cows beef . Itp
. cattle, stock bulls or hogs, get oe.-I... ...,_ _,_._ "-- 'If' .... A Hit with the.
) In touch with J. D. Odom. Jr.,
HOUSES TO SELL Hox: S4T Starke, Pox 804 Lake I
City. Telephone Lake City.
FOR SAL 1 baby bed and high WANTED : :
chair; aim toys. Cheap.. Inquireat ;
"My Doll House", 100Vb 8. 1EUIUy
Walnut St. UpTKKMITK

Experienced selling gifts 10 A-Inch

jo the Antlmlte eradication way C.and A. control Powelltelephone and novelties. Salary $25 rail ....., .. 98c Ceurtarel Cap ...... flu...
M43J. Gainesville or per week and commission. .. plane
write %{ Florida Motor Court. Wonderful for bean potatoes Nice for many dessert Handy Bomber
Houses & ,
Apartments to Rent 10-27 Hip Bonus for conscientious 29
cake,etc.Also for molded Ialads.Woo for refrigerator itorlnff. "" .
H>HT-.Saturday In vicinity of New workers who stay over fort 1 a

Method Cleaners. alligator brown holidays. Apply: Fay Dey- The tlllnr NatUf1.n1 :
billfold containing soldier' pas, wing spy
drlvat'a license, gas book etc. ett, Blanding Center. h.
If found
notify H-Sgt. Welmer.

88 Weapon School, phone 338, '. --.. ... ,. -4
Camp Blandlng or leave at paper
office Reward offered more than WANTED-Man to sleep In room
money In billfold. Up with sick I patient at Apply J. P. ROBERTS MOTORDodge
127 N. Walnut 8t. Itp
HAJOK sanding and finishing,

W. T. CLUTE, REALTOR IT'1 tele%{ Fla.1141J reference Motor Gainesville Court.. (". A.10-JT or Powell write dtp, J.OST-on.and. Marked underblt blue-sided crop In split the. cow other.In, one brandedD. Last ear & Plymouth

seen headed toward Starke. A.
FOR SALE-At sacrifice 140 acre D. Dobb, Lawtey, Box 141. ltp 600 FLA]
119 EAST CALL STREET, STARKE farm In W. Bradford County, 41 TEMPLE AVE. STARKE,

acre under fence and cultivated. 'IVANTED-Woman to sew. Must listen to the Voice of FlretonrAOE
i .Also z* head ot Mock cattle on be .ood.-lIlr. Cora B. Jones, every Monday evening over N. B. C.
}i place. T. U Willis, a nD '., Post Exchange 31, Camp Elan.ding -
Lake Butler, Fla. 10-JT Zip itp

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Official County Publication Established In 1877

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Building And Equipment For BHS Vocational Department :

ses Being

[red For A4' t t 4

Farmers I .N _'

It i y' ; a, l i

a few final flourishes oft 4LI !
brush, a swing or two .
Biammei and a bit of plqkJ -

J about the place, the new APiTr f ; .
Lure building Just back of

001 tB ready to house a
Of farm projects planned t s

| R, Ferguson, agriculture q 11 1i
i and food production war Ne k I Iee
head, for his "Ag" boys V
( should be difficult to say
I more proud . the In- i ut 141} oa
under whose supervision

Tiding! took shape, or the .
|ho helped build it. ae .
(thins is sure. The struc- Pictured above N. the handsome new vocational agriculture -- --

I satisfying, material proof building an Important new addition to the plant at B.II.S. It
wancompleted'Just Student John Rivers In. pictured hero UMlrg the "t'hool.s newly Shown here are Maurice& Edwards and Instructor V. H. Ferguson
| spirit of cooperative en- : In time for the opening of school this fall.
lining tho blacksmith forge, of Ihe new equipment Installed -
which embodies the en- acquired drill P""' '* The equipment- In loaned by the government part recently

atlonal Agriculture proere for use as long at the school ha a vocational program. In the vocational department.

the synchroniza- "0. .. ._." .. .. .. I
Federal and local govern- . . . . . . and plans were discussed for the out-standing to have "only the home here Tuesday last, after a ":
Il'j in providing, and utillz-\ ) coming revival meeting in November best" two weeks visit with her sons, II r

anclal assistance and the . '., ( Y't;..., Hampton At the meeting's conclusionMrs. I I Lieut.! John Guy of Princeton, N.
andlng exchanged between LL : ''.c'' :;" "<"," ':;,: Rahme Invited her guests J., !and Emory Guy of Philadelphia s i
1-guson and his students. (' (.i,...' '::, Ily Mm. M. c. Sweeney Into the dining room, where appetizing Worst damage of the recent' Pa.
,. . . . . .
ecember of last year, the : \:7'A':' ;: :' ,... canapes, pecan pie and storm In our midst! was the collapse The many friends i of John L.
I was broken for the build- J.\n.s: COUNCIL coffee were served. of the John II, Parker Grocery Hall will regret to hear of his ,
|ici) Is constructed of red : Burtons illness at the Great Lakes
f Store, which occurred about
Q The L-idkM Council of the :Rori or EXHIBIT '
xactly matching the others \ r Naval Training Station In Illinois
on the school grounds, : Christian Church held Its monthly Quite a number of Hamptonitcs 8 o'clock Thursday night at the and trust that ho will soon bo ,t

aimed white wood trim meeting at tho home of Mrs. :attended tho County Fair In height of the windstorm. The much Improved ,":

prises a large, well equip- ,, George Rahmo Jr. on Wednesday. tatke and worn Justly proud of II I 1'arkera had closed early, due to Paul Green was a recent visitorto '
Irm In I lack of'elclrlclty, and were most
and class
shop 18th. An Interesting
pro .heir booth and community exhibits Jacksonville, where he was tcllllE'd
|a to office and ", was'carried under the fortunate In escaping tho cuvo-
gram out !
displayed which was to the bedside of his bro-
In, HuuninCHS had been :
{ and office walls are. J, F Johnson. temporarily
of Mrs.
ledeershlp awarded first decision
prize by of
I ther who had been Injured In an )
until further if
ed and the rooms are : The subject for the occasion was the Judges. Only unselfish co plans accident,
Qnnounco.l.MUa :
overhead with Celotex, ..' "What Keeps Our Church Going operation could havo achieved ate

[ oOrs. are covered with asile Comments and Scripture this antI the faithful and untiring Ruth Sibley of Therrosa Wllllard Wynn, U.SC.G. and "

: A steam heating plant readings: were given, also Quiz I work of ihe committee in charge.A was 'he guest of Miss Martha Mrs. Wynn with their small

i Installed before the cold ,. 9rH Questions. Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth great deal of credit must go to Hornet on Wednesday and Thursday daughter, Gwendolyn, were guestsof ; 1

me, Q discharged her duties as Sec- lie school principal, Mrs, May of last week. tho former's father, Carl C. 1 f
Fine retary during the business period,' Touch ton, whose efforts I ,
Equipmentpment ;,'. were i ors J V GUy returned to her Wynn, Saturday, i 1!'IIi'
| in the farm shops ,
S i''W" .... Shipping _.. ""e.t .
electric and 0 -0.--" -
acetylene j :!

electric, blacksmith and wood forge drills and, timber! with a whirling: electric Haw are two Nerloumlniled *- 1 1r 1'1 f

|saws, hammers and comas vocational studenti, Ronald Grlfflt (left) and Hill! Blackburn ,

of other wood working (right)* These bon; are learning a useful trade. t
aU I of which were furnished =-"' ',

Federal government thruof his tireless promotion of all projects tools and machinery free that I SAVE FOODS f fq ,t:',

lend-lease program that may tend to interesthis would have cost some $400 If FATS AND FUEL
I will Insure their use by the classes In agriculture is to I they had had the work done else- ) ", ,

1 as long as It provides an "coax the boys back to the where. 5' _Si

jlture program. farms" and he's doing a note- Plans are being formulated, too, \ ,'
1Judll\ instructor In worthy Job of Interesting more for still another class to be held g I ies

work, directly supervised and more of his hlghschoolers In on Monday and Wednesday after- \

Ion the building as well as farming every season, noons if enough interest can be t ;,
pllshlng much of it hun- Believes In BerriesHe rallied among farmers In this sec- '
lAnd, so Ferguson says, It Is particularly Interested in tion. Adult courses In auto me- :, .,1 1
I'm' that much of the creditn the return of strawberries as a chanics, food conservation and '.,.j'. ,
-rc' ,
principal Bradford County crop similar subjects will be taught if : ,f/ I
the time the project was because he believes that to crop Bradford Countlans show sufficient jlf"I.i
I'd until May, when school has yet been found that will grow Interest to warrant their L: "
Judd supervised boys from better In this soil. promotion, Mr. Ferguson said. '0.2' ;"
pculture classes in alter- Although most teachers reverse This service Is called the O. S. ,

roups of four, giving them the process, Mr. Ferguson says Y. A (Out of School Youth and ,
ftion In building techniquesame that he farmed first and then Adult) phase of the Vocational ,5 it'1'!
time that the walls taught. He plans though at Agriculture program and Includes 41
( new shop were going up. some future time which he hopes assistance to every citizen, whether ,y. ae t r,
school was out Judd was will not be too far away to go I adolescent or adult who Is Interested '
[ three boys, Shirley Judd, back to farming where he thinksa I In fanning, either now / ; !

f Johns and Bobby Dyal, to i great; many more people belong. or In the future, Ferguson de- 541 -
I permanently on the project i Because of his 15 years' experience clared.Theressa. -
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quarter an hour. Since then' as a successful agriculturist ,a _
I Progressed rapidly enough I I with a background of Information . . . ,. . . . I I
at t when school\, t f I 4.g 1
opened last I concerning the farmingof 3 ; I ,
the> building was ready for Bradford County soil, he o S t '
icy knows, first hand what it's all IIar.-an. '?! '},,- i I, (
:MH Ida
Ily ,
Practical Farming about. Even more Importantly, . .t . t . ,
I sUbjects that can be utll- he possesses the gift of Infusinghis ) 4i' .' J "
Promoting more successful students with the same hear- I'ACKHAM lULL ; \ .? .,,
? are included In theft ty enthusiasm for farming that The marriage of Miss MarjorieHall "' S mss, .' I
program to be carried he feels It Is this quality, perhaps '0' '"0, 4',' i/ 't
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j
new building Ferguson more than any other, ? J
d out. These will provide accounts for his success In the Clyde Hall to Pvt. Merle L. Pack- Grandma Knew Just What To Do. rq
t on In the growing of var- i, Bradford County schools ham son of Mr. 'and Mrs. W W. . t r' :

crops cooperative buying I!" And although Mr. Ferguson Packham was solemnized Wednesday t ;

["operative marketing lead- calls himself "Just a plain' dirtfarmer" Oct. 18, by Judge J. R. AND HOW TO DO WITHOUT : r-q: l
courses creditable aca-
and'practice In he has a Townsend of Lake Butler. Mrs.
"entary procedure. As In demic foundation, built at the Packham Is In the graduating ,, i.
Mt College .
all Agriculture ;
agriculture students North Carolina class, of 1945 and Mr. Packham Scrape nails and string. . Cats our freedom of for f '
any on a supervised farm- at Raleigh, from which graduated from Bradford High paper, opportunity every : !

rograrn of their own with school he was graduated. School In the class of 1941. Pvt. and fuel . anything and everything that American family. ,,, t :; t

Ferguson makingperiodic ClaMNea! For Adults Merle Packham Is now stationed could serve another time or another purpose i
to the In farming does Peace and the change-over from "
boys' farm homest His Interest war- ,
Ala saved '
avid at Camp Rucker was by our ancestors as a t r
their efforts not end, either with his stimulated will
activity pose many problems i;
He matter of dire necessity. The frugality of t
year the boys carried out Interest In future farmers. Seaman Earle Geiger US.C.G. o {
bar of successful projects Is Just as ardent In his support of New Orleans, arrived Mondayto America's rugged pioneers helped to win ) to challenge the ingenuity of every # ', j!

I ae the growing of straw- of adult farm projects and Is spend a few days with his battle after battle in our nation's of us. Fortune wililavor the family f I
", sweet corn and other ever on the alert for any assistance mother, Mrs. J. P. Dickinson that has learned to save and has bolstered ' r ,

crops and the raising of he can procure from Federal Mrs Rhoda Dampier of Starke Today, our country asks us to practice its'future by the purchase of War Bonds. t, :
118 and Bradford County week-end with her
farmer other poultry. One channels for spent last that same frugality to help win the war, It's so much sounder to save than to wait i
Jimmie Godwin of farmers.At father, J, J. Zeigler and sister },
ate Farm did particularly the moment he Is doing his Mrs. J. D. Grtffls. to save our way of life and to protect to be saved. r:
his in the ,
teacher Bald, with a best to Interest farmers S 1-c George Packham left f '
Project, raising flock of classes In farm machinery repair Monday for New York where he r RIMINDII0! THIIMYHOUflWIVIll i" i
that are now being offered by the Isstatloned with the USCG. He Anheuser-Busch produces materials which go into the manufacture 01: ,

new cooperative venture of agriculture department and taughtby has been visiting his parents, Mr. Rubber Aluminum Medicines B Complex Vitamins Hospital Diets4 '
r dl'partment' McArthur In the new Th".. nourishment in l i
club Richard Mrs. W. W. Packham for
popular and Foods Bread and other
lure Farmers of America, farm shop on each Tuesday and the past week.M Baby Bakery'products Vitamin-fortified simple, wartime meals, ; i li; r
hool between 1 cattle feeds Batteries Paper Soap and Textiles to ,
term Thursday afternoon name a few bet to made them
will be the re- /. and Mrs. W. W. Packhamand taste ft'
* and Planting of an and 8:30: o'clock. These courses the Pvt. and Mrs. Merle Packhamwere .. PII.r-slmhl".rtI" the I.\ "i twerld'smostpopular
1 lot land adjacent to the are open to any adults In visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jack r" It I
property back of White'sand county and are offered grate $
Jacksonville Saturday.
Jerrell In
!herrlea there, Mr.truck Ferguson said will uitously.conducting a McArthur clan for has the been past This community Is very glad to B..4'W: 1ser bur-eolJ, bubbling sDAUlweuer. 1"1

crops hear that Mrs. Lydia Hall who +
OWa and weeks In Hellbronn and .. N,N .
tUrned marketed and then I two weeks has been, 111 at her home for quitea
| to Starke only
to the Club' came AS.JO 0 tt4ANHEU
ry. time he has while, Is on the road to recov
ruton' I ago. During that In repairing farm ery. S E R B U S C H. SAINT
main objective In assisted farmers


En .. .

fowling. E. 3. Jr. Green Pauline
IN ciitrriT ('01 ,,'r. IIII"u..onu REGISTERED AND QUALIFIED VOTERS OF BRADFORD Rowe. Vernon I. smith. Jesse J. Thornton Willis (Denmark a. a. Qunter J:' ''' It,.
('ol''r'I.U'"UA, IN tllANKMY Rowe, Mra. ()ladya " Emma Lee Thornlon Irad"H.ulerlon. Nancy J ,, \
(' COUNTY, FOR (mNtnAI ELECTION William Alfred L. Thom."n. Iou I Mildred (Iriffla. Pinkie j,1 I ""J. I
Amanda LGarling. Clyde Elmer Lawrence Green. 'VlnUred' :'i \ T
I.nla Mills Plaintiff vs John P.MlllH NOVK IEn Ihddn"! I.nln .. John A. Thornt"n, Ruehen1teddiah Ilval. E. U. Griner. Zorra :' "
Defendant. Case No. H.1I1.: R. L. il.rlnN., Irl. J. J. Thornton Cerlo. 1)uncan. J. C. Griffis. H. A. J't"' ,. .II"'J'
ORDER OK I'IMILICATION AND Rowe A. J. Mutton. I. Thorn Ion. Lee 1)uncan, Emily Green. Floyd ::: / r ""I, r
NOTICE TO APPEAR No. 1 Itossie Andrew Thornton Harley Ieboach. Thomaa Ounter D. p.iteLoach. J:1i l J ', "
Precinct -Lawtey H.dcl..h. /tarlng. L I '
FI.oHII'A to I.. P. /ell"r.. Columbus Thorfltfl William :1.HhodenbClarenc. lfrl. Rosa Orantham Au..ley C : J ,' .
P. Mill! whott renldcno-l lie- Jeff Thornton. Truhy I'"
Edwards Mamie Lou M F. f.I..rN. Uavl, ,( Grifie. Levi J' I I'
trult. Michigan. A . Clifton 1'hornln. Jarle I'iw H. E. O. : :II..", 1(",
You are required to appear on Arwood, H. B. Junlc6. 4. a. Miller Lee Rosier' Alice ihiifnrd. J. S. Jr. Lavis. J. C. Uriffis. Leonard J :" II
November Oth, 1M4. In the shove Arwood, Nora P. ., W. H Jr. Moore Hattie H.ddIKh. Ma Mae StarliniC. Lonna l'p.hurch. J. ,.. lavll. Mr.. 3. C. Hrlffl". Pearl J JI'h' ;" l 1, I n..
named Court and t...11..... wherein Amlerson Andrew jd wards, Kill 1 M.KdwurilN Myers, Mary Belle HoLpronl F. R. Starling. Louiae I. phurh. Lor..ra E. C. O. lrlffl". Nellie I- I".no '
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford AUHtln, J. S.Annltt : Wilam H. Jr. I""re. W. H. .. Starlin. Edwin V Robt. itT. irving J'r'iu: ",, II'r I
County Telegraph Mhall I publish A. A. Kit wards., Miller, MamieMyers Rafu,.. Myra lml h. Sarah Varne.. Everett 1)rawdy Cecil M. tlrlffis. Martha J"I'd",', J I ;
thl.* Order In next four weekly Issue Auxtln W. M. KdwardH, Hlantha C. Josephine ow... Lo..le /t..kfY. Bertha Crew. W by. Virginia Guy Fred dfl., M. J '
*. Anderson J. M. Kdwards, T. C. Miner, KffleMyer Heddl..h, Ruth H. I). 'Vlklnoon, Nester lar OrlfU.. Henry J" '"1''. 1 ;
Wltn,*.. my hand, and official Au.tln. Brownie) Eunice, James I. Abe Itowe n, N. I'Ilarlnl. Harold Whitey. Julia Ll'.hun&. A. Oriffi,. Vaavo Jnht,"."I, H,,) ,
Heal at Starke, Florida. (hi. October Andrews Nita Junlce. J. H. Miller Lunio Ituhn N. D. Illox. Mlnle. .. Lucy Puke. Glenn p. Mandy John. !"n !
2nd., 1944. Austin Mr t. J. S. Morr Joe Ropier 'loK..le A StarlnI. Pearl Wilkinaofl. Tow..yRo..ler. 1)lckman. H. S. OrltN.. A. J"hn, ;, 3alha, A.1
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas Andrews John A. Futth S. J. Moore, James H. Clifton tl..warl. Arthur "'lkln..on. MarthA Iowling. Nettle S. Green June"i r.Ihll'

..-. Clerk of nald Court. Austin Eugene Futch E. M. Moore, Thomaa J.Ao.tin Rosier. J. E. Jr. I.wart. Clara ItryantRaulerson Pukes. Mrs. Madeline Oriffis. Brit. Florid" .
T. Frank Landrgm. Stark, Fla. HugheyAustin Futch I... H. Murrhee, Leonard M L"a. IpP. '.. !. WalnwrllTht. Truby L.Reddinig Drew. Homer Titus Oriffis. Pearl Johns, ..
Atty. for Plf. 1O41 10-27 J. A. Futch Beatrice Morgan W. H. Jamie Wainwright. Jame. H. Dobbs Nlta Oriffis. Rollini n. Jenkins, "r.t.
Alvarex, Mr. HaxelAlvares Futch T. 8. Moore, Mm. Ada Ho.ler. Iternard $app Mr.. 3. D. Wooten. W. C. Jean P. Caa.ett. Pate .i' .
IM: rmri'iT' rot IIT. HNAIIFOIIO'OI George R. Futch Uertrude Moaeley, R. W, Reddish Myrtle biapp. J. D. Well,. Mae BiggaRowell Pale r.avl.. Clara Clyde' J"hn.) lokrli
( NTV. FLOII1AI I'* tHA.N- U Futch M. E1.I. Morgan, R. R Grace Sapp EI"on Wooten. Jessie h'ale Arthur Horace Ir" ntla'th,
('..:nV.David Blanchard Alanson M. Futch H. E. Moore Mary Heddillh. George Itokl'' H. H. Wilkerson. E. I.. Davia. Joc.cphine Goodman Mn. RUby JUddll\;
K. Tltterlnirton, L'lanchard Robt. A. Futch. Robert O. Morgan, Gttl Rosier, Inca ,. FranchI W..lnwrllht. MabelRosier. Duke,. Curtis ( Junter foe (t
Margaret Cowellri Tltterlngton. Brown Mr. Minnie S. Futch Mra. Joyce Mathea, J. F. Carl goonholta. Katherine F. D.Htldon. .. Kr,. J. M. Clunter Sellar K nu..U
Defendant Cane No. 9)70 Blackburn T. T. Futch Lacy R.Futch Morlan.Joe J. W. Sullivan. James P. Wilkinson. (leorge Dav" Louiz tiriffis, buck Kickllt, J am..
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Blancb.rd. Anna M. Nora E. IJ. Lorena (tarln Wilmont 1 Wilkerson. A. J. Dixon ,4r.. L Onann. E. M. Knight A.yal. p.
NOTICE TO APPEAR Bennett B. )..r.u."n. V. R. Moore, F. o..ler. Carlo. S.pp, Mr. Helen Wilkerson. W. E. ) Vida Gentry J. S. Kersey carl
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Margaret Bell M. J. Ffrl&'u..on.. Edith Monda, J. H. Jtedgrave John n. Starling. Freeman R. Wilker.on. D. C.Rice. Margaret Griffi.. Andl W. Keller I ,on".It
Cowell Tltterlngton whose Berry Sara L Forlyth. Maggie Monk T. L. .. A. Fred $tarling. J. E. Wlk.on. W. J.Hlee. Davlhon. K. Ounter. Tom Knigh.i. a,
resilience I* Wauhlngton O. C. Bullard, Flnley Jeff lo..ley. LonnleMorgan Viola A. It.rlln& ldn.y C. R. lahl. ...Emiy Uillyard. X..I")' !"..aE Jl
You arc required to appear on Bullard, Alice Felter, Isaac M. J.1".nn..t. H Magdaline Wilkerson. E. L.Smith. Myrtce K Grider R.Daisy H. Kelly, 'I.,
November 13th., 144 In the above H. T. Fanning, M. Moore F. C. Richard Starling. Nancy Wilkeron. J. N.Htrung Clinton WilIpm
named Court and cause wherein D. L FUlat. R. O. Moseley C. C. Robt. Jr. Shuman Grace Wlkenon. Harry Ellington, John A Or..n.. Marvin S. xeen1'.lmz R
plaintiff' seek. divorce. Bradford Bennett 1-.. M. Joe* Manning, R. H.Bennet. Sweat L..avy k4huford. Clyde H. Hur..hel Edwarda. Roy .
.. shall I publish Richard }"oryth. Maggie Murrhee Nola Strong. Edward Starling. Freeman Edwards tHady. C. Green. Levy Kirby al A.
thin nJrdeel: next four weekly Issue T. H. U Manning, Eva Starling. billie T n Wyrick. John p. Edward.; Lacy Jr. Grlft.. J.Tijelvin W. K..y 'HII"lal 1
*. Bennett Mr. LlxxleBlanchard. (trlffla, John B. Manning Mandy Starlng. Steve. T. Jocieph Wyrick Lola E. Edward. Joseph W. Xel'ey Jam,5 A
Witness my hAnd and official En.a OrlfflN, R. B. Manning Florle N."p. Shlpman Tladel. ... Ola Wilkins. '1'. A. dward.. W. Mitch GrUfl.. Mammle fli'hard" f.
seal at Starke, Florida, thin October Bennett. Johnny tlrlffls, c. L. Miner W. H. Starling. A. I.. TI..dalf. Mollie Wainwright Maude Edwards. Ruby Mae ( Sidney Knig't. I,
llth, 1944. Bennett H. D. Orlffls, John W. Mote.. Beatrice tRarling. David Taylor Onle Wlk.r..on. Harry Edwards. Val Green, Edwin p. Knight. H.V"V.
(OFFICIAL, HEAL) A..J. Thomas Brown Jane E. Urlffla, Richard C. Manning, C. R.Moseley t4app. Georgia. Thornlon. R. Edwards. nay. B. O. Keene' ,
Aa Clerk of said Court.T. I- N. M. (inrriH, Joe a George /tarlln. N. Thornton J. F. Warren J. E' Edwards. H. L Garner Mrs. J. C. iceene Jbe
.ley. L
Frank Landrum Btarke. Florida PlnkeyBradley UrlfflH, Comic S. Mannln. Louie tarln. A. Thorntc'n "lkln..on. Kate Edwards. George. Ida K. Kirby $iruh!
Atty for Plf. 1013-4t-ll3| | H. H. lirlffls, Georgia M"rlan. Mr.. Retha L. R. Thomp..n. O.rt. C. English. R. H. GrUfl.. Mann Kolini." H .
Boles, Alma Orlffls, MamnneUrlffls G. W. Starling. Lula Terry Thoma.. J. Wilkerson. Lon Ellington. R. A. O.nlry. Eva Rigdon ,
NOTICH! OF INTKNTIO1: TO APPLY Boles, J. A. Easter Morlan. Mr. Llllla Ed.Blackburn. Starling. Alfred Thomp.on. Sheldon H. Waler. Ellington. Burke I. .. Lillian K. Xld<. Ulr.o
FOR FI"IAl. niHCIlAIU.K Amanda IrlfflH, J. L. titarling. J. C. R. R. Wlker..on.. Gladys Ellington. John A. .J..Ooldman. Mr.lnnle Kite. Kenneth:
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Browning, Rachel Griffin, R. A. Murrhee, Thomas jr.Mott I'IlarlnI. Nellie Th..d". Ola Edith Ellington. Ole Kite, Liler
Notice la hereby given that I Browning Gertie Uodwln J. I). G. C. Nancy Thompson I. B. Wilkeraon. Bennett Ellington. Hoover. Jo.eph C. Kiie. Harnld
have filed my final r.port a* administrator Bennett Floy UrlfflM, C. B.Godwin. Moaeley, George Planing. 1.1..1. Thomp..on. Margaret L Wlkln..on.. O.neva } llington. Mr.. Maggie Ial.lop. Wm. n. Keen S. J.
of the .tate of Jame Browning David Mr. Eva Mannlnl. Mr. Laura Starling. Thompaon 1Ir... Lou 8tella Edward.. Leo L James Kennedy, Luen.
Milton Brownlee In the County Bradley, B. GriffiN, Percy "" $trong. Thomas Thompson ". Della 'Vood. Harvey Edward... H. A. Hoover Eta Kite. 1fa
Judge's Court of Bradford County. Boles. Anita irlffls, MatHeOroves Manning Clarence Suber Forlat Terry. Mrs. Julia Woods. Fannie Edwards. J. hi. ilutto. L. :
Florida and have filed my petition Baxley, Jim W. I). Moaeley Earle trong Iettie Tanner. Luell Wood.. Elsie Edward. Lucille S. hlundley. J. H. I.eona
for final discharge, and that I Bradley W. K. Green W. E. Moore, Rosa Lee Strong. Susie Thomas. Emma C. Wood. Fred Edwardo. Guy C. Hodges. Stanley L K.rK.y, Annie
will apply to Hon. E. K. Ferryman Bennett Mr*. Ina Orlffls Smiley Moore, Edith Strong. Alice Thornton W T. Wainwright A. A. Edwards. Elva Lee nuncuey Emma Kirkland Jo.'ph 7
County Judge of Bradford County Bradley, R. L Gasklns, J. arby Moseley Clyde Smith R. C. Tanner. Dave. Wainwright Addle "ward.. William A. }iartman. A. Kelly J. N.
Florida at hip office In Btarke Blount E. Orlffls, Calley Moaeley, Juanita Starling. Albert Taylor, Carl Wainwright Mro. H. C. Edwards. Lu"le Iartman Elsie Kirkland'icira J.t
Florida at 10 A. M. o'clock on Brown Wllmot Urlffls, KlaleGrlffls. Moore Cornellousj Starling. bugle Terry. Elizaheib Whitehead Francea English. L..ona lutche"on. Clarence C. Kuhn A. H.
November 14. 1944, for approvalof Hradley. Hazel Walter Moore Mrs. Lola Starling. Mn. Fannie Thomp..on. Money Wilkerson. Nellie Edwards, j R Kuhn lire. A.
the name and for final discharge l"own. Lacy Grlffls, EllshaUrlffls Manning, Honor Shuforci. J. S. Thornton 'aBale Warnock Willie Eastman Mr.. Julia lal.lop. Ella Kelly, I. n. B
.. such administrator. Brnwn, Joe Arthur Morton. Thomas H. Shutord. J. R. Thornton E. S. Warnock Birdie Epperon. norothy R. Hal. H. K..r..y, Wilberl
This October 12 1944 Bell Wilbur Orlffls., Clyde Moore Clarence Starling. Willie Thede Richard R. WI..on. Etfie Evans. H. E B. D. Kite, Roy
J. W. Prownlen n..lot. Louise B. Grlffls, Dopnle' A. McCartney. Chan.McClellan. Starling. Mr.. Netl. Thornton Edward 'VI..on. A. E. Elliott. Gladys Hart w. H. Keller, I. ..1.Erga. .
Administrator! of the estate of Helot. Albert R. Grlffla. W. L Leslie 8hutord. Joe Thornton Georgia Lee .. O. M. Jr. ., Michel I-tart Edna M. Keller, J... Frnkl;!
Jamea Milton Brownlee. W. T. Urlffls, )fcLan. EUsbeth Smith. Clifton Thornton Mani. Williams. O. M. Sr. } .el. hiagan John L Keener John
10U-4t-H3| | Box, JanleBrown Green. Richard H. Starling, J. L. Thornton William Wainwright Herbert .. Mr. Loll Henry George Kite. :. A. A
Mrs. A. M. Groves, Mra. Ellen W. V. Smiths bonnie C. Taylor. Ocie O. George Elliott. C. H. Hagan Della K..n.y. Alice Kall
NOTlr' OP APPLICATION Barnes, Joe M. Oasklns, Jean McClelan Mable Sapp Hester. Thomas.. Allen Wainwright. F. P. Edward. Alice J-Iilliard. Charlie .. Harry
Foil TAX I>KKI> J-arneH, Mrs. Ethel Grlffls, Lou Annie t..wartL Maggie Thornton. Mr" E. S. Worthington C. M. Edwards. Joseph W. Jr. Hutto. Carolyn t. Kelly Emmala KI)
(Senate Hill N... 141*) C Oroves, Wiley Norman Carrie Smith J. Taylor Noah Worthlnlton. Psulinemith Evans. Alice H. lalelop. Fred Kite Buck (
NOTICE 18 HEREPY: GIVEN. Crew.., E. L. Grove, E. W. Norman. Jame 5. $ J. n. Thornton William Youn. . F. Edwards. Elaine Pauline E. Kite. fl''lla
That T. J. Alderman holder of Tax (Carter Marlon D. Garret Lewla Norman, Jerry M. Sapp. Oerow Taylor Mr.. Edna Eave. Clinton, Hazel Kite. lolom,
Certificated I Numbered respectively 1 Crawford. W. Robert GriffiN, Elza Norman, J. N. Starling, D. W. l'hede Oull"a 51. Yarborough. Eliap N.Small. F Hall. .Shellie Koch. L
614 and 623 tunned, the 2nd., day: Crew.. Frank M. Grlffls. Norman W. F. H. E. Thompson Kenneth E. Yarborouh. ("hrl"tnlaStrlckjand. P'uteh Charlie A. Hutto. Lola F. Ranare,. Thor.
of September A. D. 1935; No. 25 1s- demons W. C. Grlffls, Oscar Q.Gasklns Norman Ray Luther Tear Cath.rln. Yarborough. Flume F. F. Harrington. Kenneth it!. KrAnl.k. ..
Cued July 4. 1831; No. 81 Iviued Crawford. Robert N. Wade Norman, W. H. ttlleox. Fiddle Timan. 1. Yarborough. Aaron ..J.Selen. Flume Herdia Harrell. Willie Kllnl.worth, FioriFIIh.
August 7. 1939 and No. 44 and nil Coleman Geo. Grlffls. Curti. T. Norman C. W. Kate \ H. M. Verdi S. Harrell. V. B. Villa
loaned "September' 2nd, 1940 ha. Coy, Laura Urlffls. N. liawaonGrlffls NewBor. Perry Flynn Oeo. B. Holder Lola Kelly. R.nlc
filed name In m7 office and baa Cooper Lucy Laura Newsom Pitt Frazee Annie A. Barrington. Mary Keen.. .
made application for tax deed to (Carradlne, F, n Olinaon, W. H. Norman Ancel Precinct No. 2-North Flynn Florence C. Gladys Kite. Ellen
be Isnued thereon. Crew, C R. Grlffls, Loyd Norman. Thedo Stake Faulkner len Charles W. Xidl. V.lrle 9Foravth.

Said Certlflcatea resoectlvelv embrace Crew. TS._ L __ Green_ William, Norman. Llllle E. -B., Hal.''f_ n... a.. KIlt, Annie- \
-the following d'.crlb..dprop.- - Carter Marvin 11, Urlffls. w. K.. Norman I>. L Adklns. Andrew Z B. Faulkner.-M'lry' h4erjorm'MarliB.. Xnowl.loraee; A.j
erties In the County of Bradford ('lark. F. B. Grooves., Clarence Norman M. Canova Gladys Faulkner Charlie Hunt, Edward E. Kelly, Jam* Done J
State of Florida to-wlt! : (Carter E. H. Godwin John M.Grlffls Norman J. C. Alvarez, .. M. nlo.k.r. Vera Coleman Mack Flynn Eliot James Haynes Clarence B. Knight, Parllni L |
WH of SWV4 of SK"i A E 445 Clemons L C. Truby Norman Jimmie Altman. Joaeph A, Geo. W. Conway. Lacy Futch, Charlesj-Iollancj, Jet.seFlynn Knight Gwuit
Ft of SK% of SB14 of ftwV4-7 A Carter Owen i Grlffls Mack Norman BertlceNewsom Alvarez, H. M. Jr. Browne I. M. D. dart, T. G. Vergle L. Haxen Clifford Jr. L
Sec. IS Twp. 8 S. It. 22 E., containing (Crawford Peach Oanklns., M. C. Jim Alvarez, M. J. Bullard. M. H. Carpenter. Myrtice J. Feagle. William E. Hutcheaon Edith Lewis, H.
27 Acres, more or les, I I. embraced demons. I. (Gasklns MyrtleGanklns Norman. Leaman Alvarez, Alonxo L Boles, Clarence Conner Uro..r C. Freeman Bessie Hornsby Murkier 3. Lewis, l.rry C
under said Certificate No. Cooper, J. f. Jeanette Norman Ix.>nsle Alvare., Brit Borln B. W Conner Faulkner, Nelson Harris, Truman E. Lewis, Jeff
014. Carter. C. F. Grlffls. Llnnle L Norman ( M. Adklns, Lois Buchles, Ardeu Clark JimColeman Franklin, John P .' Hobbs, E. W. Lee, Matilda M
!44. at BW ('or of NWU A run (Chesser J. A. Grlffls olph Norman, Bulah Alderman Dora Byrd G. H. Elijah N. Faulkner China Heriong Blanche O. Long, fornella P
K 860 ft. thence N 850 ft. thence Crew.., John Gasklns, J. B.Grlffls. Norma J. M. Alvarex, Rufu. O. lirown. Fate Chamber. Centelle Feagle. M. E. Hernwall C. E. Lewis, Kobena A.

H U2 ft for a pt of beg, thencerun Crews, ,Raymond Bertha Norma Othama J, Alvarez, Annie Iradl.y. O. S. Conway Barbara Fe..le. Mr*. Floye Hernwall, Pearl E. Luke, Diamond; J.Hutcheson .
N :aiiu/ ft. E IllS ft. H 350 ft. Crewa, WeslnyCrew Grlffls Odessa Newsom C. H. Alvarez, Hattle Brown NonaBarefoot Conway Leonard W. B..I. I. Ellery Long T T.
W 19* ft to pt of beg..-I'A A. *. Mrs. Beasle 100dwln. C. T. Norman Roy Andreu A. O. P. C. Cooper, Gratton C. Faxon William D. Houston Harry H. Leach, mil E.
"';.c. 2H Twp. 8 8. R. 22 E. containing Crews Louis dtadyaGrlffls Norman. Leonard Alvarez, Tate G. Barefoot G. B. Cautlen. Kathleen F..glf. Marcus E. Houston Hilda Durden Luke I. V
less Is aradlne. Pearl O. Ancll Norman Lacy Andreu RdlthAlvarei. Bennett A. S.
2 Acre. more or ( Fender Austin J. Hick*, Ellis Lewis, Lena
embraced. under said Certltlcat.NOj1t28ti . t. C. GriffiN, Gordan Norman Truman It. V. Brown. Miss Ida Chambers George S. Mrs. A. J. MnKnolla
F.ndl'r. Harrison O. I... Lewis,
Crawford. Cecil B. Martha Anderson, Alice .
'I Pearl Mr Irene CeciAlvarez
Oreen1 Norman B.nn..t."rd. Farrelly, C. C. J
Harrison Mae Long, Myrwln '
of BUt 1 Ward City Sec Clark Mary EChrlty A. Norman Albert Vincent L Rrefoot H. D. Connor. Lee Faulkner R. 8. Hawkins Leo Annl. 'Panltl
embraced Mr W. B. Orlffls. Itona Nettles. Idelle Alvarex, Mr*. B, L..Uero"n.
8 Twp. 7 S. R. 20 K.. I I" Jarold Cr.btreet Cora Finley. Eugene L. Lois E
Hall H. Long,
Tl. Uaoklns, T. F.Grlffls John- Alvarez, KvaAlvarea Bates, A.
pearl Carter
under Bald certificate No. 25. (Carradlne. Norman. Ford. Malsolm J. Harris, Wm. Lawtmn. H A.laile. .
Lot 3 of Blk 11 Ward City Pee (.rmlch..I. it!. Oladyadrlffls aon H. B. Bryan. Rudolph Clark, AliceCook Fryer Julia Ann > \V. J. T
., ., Rudolph Delia Anderson J. L. (Sam) Mrs. Etta Earl Jr,
8 Twp. 7 8. R. 20 I'': I I. embraced Norman, rln.un. Feagle. Kathryn Halle Maude I'harlM D
under said Certificate No. SI. ('he..ler. Laura A. Grlffls, O. R.Grlffls Norman. Mae Belle Ahrendt GerhartAlford Bryan Lloyd Canova Mona A Feagle. I.V.. Lennon Mrf A"
Lot 4 of Blk 12. Ward City Sec Crew, Julia W. HhellleUrlffls. Norman Howard ,, Elvta Burton, Mr*. Rosa Mae Carter William H. Forrest, Jim Howard.Howard. J.Mack A. Luke Lawsoii Ellen,:
ft Twp. 7 S. R. 20 E.' I I. embraced (demon R. I. Evelyn o Anderson EvaAnderson. Browning. Clifford Conner Carrie Ferrnra Vincent O. 'I'nnradHoward.
under said Certificate No. 44. Carter RusHellClemons Grlffls, ClrtuaGriff Over.treet H| M. Geo. A.Alvarex Brooklngs, Mrs. Kula Crumphler C. H. Ferrara Frank Ham Wither Lee Letsch KlltalwlhHarnage. ;
Lot 1 W 20 ft of Lot 2 of Morrel ... Ollleoriffl Overstreet J. 1-). WlllardAlvarex Barksdale. F. G. Crumphl, MlndaBarksdale Fairbanks. H. N. .. Ordell Letm.h\ .
I"lk 29 Blantons Add to Hampton Carroll *. R yGrlffls Ove"tr..t. .Mr. Guasle OnleAlvarex Mr. Vlrgle Carlisle J. B. Flowers, E. L. Elizabeth Edna r
H. Lewis,
E. I I. Crawford RomleCrawford Georgia Charley Bell, Mrs. Louise Clule Herbert D. Hobbs C.
Sao. DO Twp. 7 embraced ] Flllyaw, John A. Edith )!
aldl\e2r 'a W. T. Clarence E. Alvarez Paul Hodge Mrs. T. E. Lowe. 8
under No.a.aeasment Greene, OGrady, Nannie Mae Bell J. P. H. Jr. Cook Kermit Flore. Frank C. AifredFairbanks
365. Crawford, Amelia Ua."u. Carrie P Adklns, Lawrence E. Bass, Willie Conner. Pearl Hal.ten. S. 'V. Lowe,
The nf the alif property Crawford. Ray Glover, William F. Paul A. Anders, Milton Burney, Gladys Ca.hmor". Willie lack H. N. Hutto, O. P. I.ow. WolclaHalsten. T k
S. V. lover Emma Andrew. I... A. Frle.l..r. Mr Julia Landrum, Frj"
under said certificate 614 wa. Cox Prevatt Senle ,. Barnes (Cain F. Lillian A.
In the name of Unknown) The Crews. FranclaChe Urlffls, tit. Clair Pearce G. Harold Alvarez, Mr. Britt Paul Cain EI.ha. Hodge, F. C. Llghtfoot, .
R.nn.I Paul UtmtHundley
assessment of raid I property under Otl Green, Purvis! Prevatt. A. B. And.r., Maggie Ruby Mable Cowart William D. Ferry Futch Mr. Mary F.Glllyard hodges, Emma Llghtfoot,
said certificate' No. 523 was In thename Covlngton William H Prevatt. France Alvares. Lucian Brown Zack Cowart, o Emma Ix>rg. Annl"\8:
of Ernest McOoll.; Thea.i.e..ment Co.lnlton. Clara Hill, Louis H. Padgett, Harry C.Prevatt. Anderson, EnoaAsplnwall Booth William F. Carter Mla."Ia P. L. Hnlllngsworth. Ja.. F. Lee Mrs I

of said under Wilard Harley. AlonxoHarrel Jeff ):Marsare Brown, Albert T. Crawford Llllle Godwin Mr*. Annie Lou Hnilng..worth. MilLewis, Jan, AOrlffls .
(Clark 8 J. 1... Lewis
said certificate No. 25 was In the Prevatt J. C. Burnett, Clark Luclna M. W
Clark MoraCrawford Emma P. Alexander. Ada B. Vlrl&'l Guy Hazel A. Hoxsey Margaret A. Lee, Frank .
name of T. P. Ward; The Hill P.arce. Arthur C. Brown Crawford. Dave Griffith FGahagan.
assessment said property under J. D. Harley. Abide 8. Prevatt R. M. Alexander WllmaArmstrong1 Blackburn, L. F. Conner. Thelma. A. C. Hardy Juanlta Lee, Joseph
said certificate No. 31 wa. In the Carter, OscarCrews Hampton Mary Phillip. O. J. ,_.H. A. Blackburn Eva Under. Clark. Luther Mrs. M. P. Jland' Gertrude Long I H l H .
name of Mrs. Laura E. Baxter; TheRaceisament . Pency Harrel LucyHouston Phillips Debbie Andrews. w. Henry hill CraBby. E."le Galloway, Melva Hughe, Jarome C. Long, w *
of aald property underpaid Cook. William R. Emanuel Peele, J. D. Adama. Georgia Mae Bryant Oscar Clark. Merton L. Goldman Bamue Hughes, Luan B. Leach LauraHardeman
certificate No. 44 wa. In the (Carter Morrl Houston Cassle Prevatt, L. F. Alderman. H. a. Bennett. Mr... Ruth C. Colley C. George, H. H. (4. Lowe ClarenceGrady
name of Mr., Laura E. Baxter; The (Crawford Robert Howe Jackson A. Phillip Minnie Alien. C. H. liuford Irma Conner Mr... Ruby Mina M.Grlffl }Herndon Leon C. Laxaff. fc. 8.
assessment of paid property under Crawford, Willie Milliard, C. L. Pendarvl, & F.Prlvett. Allen. Nancy Lee John H. Conway Mr. Farrl. *. Doris Hutto Tillman F. Lenders, tA .E
said Crawford, Jack Harrell, Joe Jr. Ned Lottie arflel. Grlffls, Geradlne! Hudgln. Paul LenderM.
Certificate No. 366 warn In the L A.ent. C. A. Crawford. W. S.
name of W. G. Heala.tTnleI4a Crawford. Cliff Harley. H. C. Prevatt, P. R. Anlrewr.. lola Mae B.aner. David Crosby Randolph Harry A. Harris, V. H. Lee 11all'
said C..rlrlcat.. shall be Carroll Ralford Howard. Mr. Avle Prevatt Fon.o"raw Aivarez. W. H. Berry. I. P. Jr. demon,. Maggie. William Edlsha Harris. Cecil Lee :Uertruul'p
redeemed .ccordlnl law the ford. William Howe Elisabeth prenooti Miss Slnah Austin J. F. Boelter. Henry E. Carnso Sam Oldden. Melba Hughes, TI. T. Lackey' Jul.
properties de..crlb.,1 therein will Crawford Kilns Harley I). B. J. T. Au.tln. Minnie Boelter. Elizabeth Colson Mr. Annie I I Green, Grace V. Hunton James W. Levin Mcii.
be Hold to the highest bidder at Crawford Clvde IlarreIf Keefee B.Harrell. Mr. Chess Alv.n. Marklee Mrs. Conner Elma O.II.r. R H. Huston Jennie M. Levin. Pave LLong.
the Court-House door on the first Crawford Richard W. J. Prevatt, Buddy Alvarez. Carrie lellley. Calie Crosby Teresa OOII..h. Martha Hilard. Susie Lineon. Oliver H.laspelt. .
Monday In the Month of Novem.ber Collier, Llllle Hersey, Mamie Lou Prevatt, Eunice Alvarl' lerb.rt iium. Louise Crawford. Annie Pate Paul Ri'hard
1944. Which I Ia the 8th., day Carter Gladys Harley A. P. Prlvetf. II. U Alvarez. V. C. C. Carter Annie ( Clyde Heller, Harry LeGrafld, '
of November, A. D. 1S44. Crewn. II.rth. Hardee. Cecil Pa"lel. Katie Alvarez. Mro. R. D. Brant.y. .. Ann D. Crawford MI.N E. Gardner. C, Smith Hutching*, Annie M. Long, M r')FMa"f; !.[
Dated thl* 2nd. day or OctoberA Camel). 1.1a Hllllard, Luther Thelma Alvarei. ItIris. W. R. Abbie H. Carnell. iola 1 Gardner F. H. Hartman, Lorraine ( . Mrj i
.D 1H.OFFICIAL. (Carter Hancock J. T. Jr. Prlvett Emma Alvarez I.eon B. Ba8get.. Clemons Mrs. Frnnnie Gardn.r. Richard D. Hardy Chas Jr. Libretti(, :
( SEAL) A. J. Thoma Campbell J. P. Harley Mary Prevatt. CarrlnPrice Alvlre.. Thelma Biackehear. Beverly C. Cooper Richard la.kln., J. L Hunt. Mr. T. A. Lloyd. yltrilo' ,
Clerk of Circuit Court PYadford Cheaser. Luther Howes, Charle A. Otto Lee Andrew. Ruth Black. H. Cooper Ooria ] O'ukln. lr. Lena Hunt! T. Llba..II.'l.on ,;
County, 10-8 4t 10-27 Campbell, RmmaCampbell. Hlatt, C. B.Hlatt Padgett, VernleParmenter Alvarez. R I.. fllack Unm.ron Kity Jr. Cruce W J. Green R Iardfm.n.A.Mrs. IT. S. L.e,
II. C. Lelln MaeHaxsard. Rarle E. Alvarez. Mrl. Sara Bennett, Irene Craw/nrd, Reba Green Mary Emma Eric D. I.allnnc, ciastoflGreen
I" rmrriT roi'HP. nn DFOitD Croft Edith HerbertHobbs Prevatt Carrie Alvarez. Margaret Brown 'V. H. ( Judge Mr.. Lu.le Har. Hyde Erie B. I.mb. Thebit If
( (4t'VY' FI.OIIO.', I" ('''' r.w. Mamie Mr. James C.Hazaard Melvin Albert. Fr..nkl. Itrown. Stella It. 'onnel. rls Holland. Boyd J. l.ltPP' lOam r
t'IY. Crew, Honor 1.1..1. M.Hodge Pre..colt ' Anderson W. Brown Sarah Calan.. Wile. Oorm.n. Charlie Hunter Roy D. Lewi". l h R
... L O. lire
B. KdmondR, V.. E rl. Colin. Gnam :
Jubert rl.lntlf. RRCh.1 Prevatt. Ralph Arnold Jo".ph Itlume. Everett E. Mr... Lillian A. Nancy Harley S C. Law .
Jdmnnda. Cruce, GertrudeCrawford. Hobbs, .. .. C. Prevatt F.arlPrevatt. .Anders. Carl. Beeding Green Odell Harley Edna Law son tIana
Caae No. Sadie Hartley, I>. 4l. BuddieParrlsh. And.r... Elizabeth Itaxter Leoln. K. Cro.hy, 1.1111 V. Green, Mra. O-le J-ialle. Jack W. [ ,
KI OF PlmLl'ATlo" Crawford, Dora Hartley Georgia R. W. Ampra... Oranla Iteeding C. H. Crosby Crawfor". ... OrlfflH.. Mrs. Henry E. Howard Owen J. : .Htt, i'lManasM Ei"j 1
Bill I
ANn NOT1CR ('r.w., Beasle Mae Henderson! MattleHolmes Prevatt, Dixie Adkln. Z. Jr. Brown. Haymond Chute. \V. T. L Orlffls, Junior Henley, Calvin ,,
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Marit- Cruoe. Leonard II. Morene Prlngle Geneva Anthony Harry A. Boring. Virginia Pevd.r Graham ElleGuyon Hvmun, Hattie for.lManassH C-1
Carlton Henry A. Albert
aret Gdmottda, c.o Harry Faw'a Crawford, Paul Holme J. W. Prevatt Susie Auatin. Mrs. Minnie C. Itateman Sue Jessie Hvman. Abraham x
Office Hotel Jno. Sevler Johnaon Crawford Llnnle Hodge. T. M. Pr.vat. Lester Adam,. Norma Jean C (" Raymond Graham Move Holland. Berryl Mana., "'"V.
City, Tennennee: Clark Hutton Lee Howard Henry .. TTtha Adam.. H. II. Cr..hy.. Mrh. Raymond Oell..r. R. W Harontunlan Eva J. M V)
You are required to appear on (Carter Lee Hodl' Mr. .. L Prevatt. Ir. H. Anllrewe. Mr. S. V. C..lth.n.olenuan .Ira. F. Colln. Thomas C. A. E. Howard Vernon W :10.1.1 itlorWan.FdiCh _.
November 11th. In abovenamed Carter, ChristinaClem C.Hearnm Harry Ida
the J.
H..arn. Page bonnie W.Page Adamo. Mr.. Sam '
11. Juania Cannon. .ias. V. Gottieb. Hoffman. L.
.. Cnrdle M. Campbell. Earl M. tuln'
Court ii AnnieJones
e, Emma n Crews, . J. Mrs. Jew-,
plaintiff neeka divorce Bradford (Crawford Wllbert Clar..n"l Betty Holsendorf. Iatthl"t".
J E. Burney Oeo. W. Crawford M. F. Co.I.lo. Graham. A Iya F. itllIiilCtfllflaBdltreen
County T.I.lI'ra.h shall publlvh thta (..rt.r. Mrs. Ihl..1 Palsy Plumm.r.Vlliam. I"rown Oliver W. N. (; Doshla ,
Chambers Hertx Irving ,
Order .. I Pow..l. Connell Marion V. 1orrl. I
weekly Kitten.Wltnei Camp, Th.lma Jones, JameaJnhnK Roman IiesHnnt, Abraham Mae Or..n. Annie ;
.. my hand and official' I (' Benlamln F. A. L. Prescott R I. Bronke, Albert Cowdrey L O. Orlffls Melton HOlan" E..le llorlan. EnimMerrltt
Crosby Mrs.
N. F. Bertha G.
peal at Starke, "'Iorld. thl October Crews, Graham John, K. C. pr..cot. Myrtle Bryan A. .. Crawford HosleCrawford Connell, EUI..n. D. "lor 81 h., 1944.tOFFICIiL Co wart, J. J. Cnrnaslon,
.tone. \V. IT. Fannie Oils H. Orlffl*, Bar aba '
8KAL) A. J. Thoman, Carmlchael. A. C. Jones, R. P. pr..ot.Jessie C. Jr. n.nn.t., Bertha Mann Caraway Robert M. Jr. | Goldman Harry Inman Vondfl l-iibb'E.Inman :IRlyarl'Martl. Jr W.
Chester 'V.
Prevai. V. Geo.
A. Clerk of paid Court.T. Colemnn. FredCrews O. W. Chamb.n. L. B. ,
Judd Zettle Maude M. Godwin HO. Hrow.l.e. (Chandler Mrs. "aro T. Inman, Carolyn B. IttarTarlUbyGlasgow
Frank Landrum Mtarke. Florida. Earl Laten ( Ho"l A.
Wm. E. Elizabeth Harold
Atty. for Plf. 10ll3-4t.lli3, Carter. Mildred .lnn.s. Alice A. "n ." "hn,. .. .-._._.._..e'n. ... T. Crawford. J."n C. rowder.M ... esslervanley tlinrlmnn 1..1__ C. "Inman___ _, _John. S._ .lrrr%. _"
U '- --- -- '
(Cruce William J. JOhn ClydeCruce Powers) Dnllie O. L Cook.rnwioru D. 8.Mrs. .alie Cannon Cannon C. B. (Gardiner;; : Geo. A. Inglerlght inman rann, Claude" V. i; InnArthur'

iv niirriT roi'IIT. USA Fonn !n. 1.11. Johns. Morrla J. Powers, 1a Blnson. T. A. Carleton Mr. Hilda ( ,C.Clifford Griffin Thos. J. Inglerlght. Alice Martin.
('01, '\ IN IIIA\- Cowart. John.. R. C.Campbe.ll Bird Earnest Crum A. Green. Arch H. Mack 'irr I
"'rFLOI.. I I'revat. 'Vordna Cook Luclle Inman Vonda Jcrrl
Francis took Mrs. 1?. S.
41. B.
CEll I.N.igar .Johns Brown, Millie A. Cook W. A. Oreen Eddie J Moore,
Pearl (
R Vaughn Plaintiff va. Campbell Emma John, A. Pop., C. D. Barnes, MarcellaBeasant Clute Barbara C. Crum AngleConway Green Ch..rll. W. Johns Charley Mann.Miller., Ar Jo..pbIP'n. l
adora }f. "aulhn. D. t endant. Clem.nm. Annie Will. John... P. B.Crawford. Pearce, Avle Lou Ursula P. ( Clydle D W. L Green Fver..t. E. John. Jeff J. fillingu
Cane No. Harold Johns, Verda Plnnen, H. W. Har.toot. P. M. ("olln.. W. M. Pavls Green I.r.n.a Johanson P. August L ;' I
ORDKIt OF PUBLICATION ANDNOTH"F arl. John. Mary. John H.Qulnii ReacyBachelman. Ellery M. Green Manassa.Mornan. .
( W. O. Pr.vat. n.r.foot. (Conner Loran Davis, Ines E. Jenkins Sarah F.
Jone, M. B.
TO APPEAR August Green Adam Molpue
Crosby, Iris M. Deli IwaacPavls Johns S. R.
FLOHIDA to In. D Jones, Helen J. R. Bishop Nina Richard Ilr. Green waiter
: Jefferson Martin
Carter R. .. ..
B. .
dora H. Vaughn whone renldenre I I.' l'lnkln.'Charles Annie Jone*. Mr.. M. B. Quinn t3arah1)eie IMshop Harold A. Carltoa-. J. H. Lewl. A. Green, Fannie Jones Jenkins, J.Perry C. .

724. 7th., Street Columbia South R. W. John WinnieDinkina TJRaulerson. B.nnett. Mr. Anniscox, Bernice Del. Een Green Rose M. Judd D. A. Morgan, "a
Kincy EJlb.tb
Carolna. Johnaon" JamesReed. Mae Cox, Robert Graham Hester J. Jones IttolptJ4.
R Cora
;,1. W. Dlgga. Lon
Durban. VerlleJohn C.
John. .
J. R.Rosier Alex L. Griffin Lila Mana..a.
are required to Colley
Margery John
appear on Darley T. T. Iarne. H. Duhart Lula *, Mamie
November 6th., 1944 In the above Parley Mr.. Hattie *. NormanJohns JameiReddish Newman D. Cooper, I. GraceCrosby Dell, Susie Griffin Mammle E. John, Mr.. Julie Iorgan. .l
named Court and cause wherein W. Leecy J. T. Brooklngs. Frank Rufus M. Green Mae Jenkins A. O. Mo" Wltl'r".r
G. Darby
Durham. Annie
plaintiff neeka divorce. Bradford John. LlnnleJone Roberts. Enoch J. Battle, Rodgers John Green, Nelson
")..vl... Perry Col.y. F. Damon T. Jones, Jackson. J. Mulin.
*, Reddish Voley R. boner 1'.1. l
County Telegraph hall pub Huh thla Dlnklns. Lucille Bradley L. L. Oscar Green Pearlle Jones, Feral I.
Order In next four weekly IsnueB.. Davidson, J. G.I K Reddish Drew Bagwell. James Cone. George n.l., Roosevelt Green Ruby Jones. !o..l.y, J.r'
WltneK. my hand and official I Davis. Wash Knllht. Wilbur C. Rosier. James M. Brownlee.. J. W Crosby 'v. T. Duncan. R. W. (lriftis. S. A. Emma, Marvin
peal at Itark. }"Iorlda thla October Dixon J. C.Davis. H. Eunice Rosier Berry E. Biggs Elhe G. Cooper C. N. Denmark P. 8 Orlffls, Aneda Johnson Evrnlce E. la..te.wA'C..rrt.
Kelley. John R.
6th, 1. Rowe. ( Green W. .
JessieDenmark Knight, Mae Roberts, G. W. len net. Ev.ret " I R Duncan Wm. M. Orlffl F. John, E. M. .. R
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thoma.A. B. itforee UJ
Mrs. Lois Ernest
Denmark c
King. Jessie MaeKing. J. E. Browniee L Emily .ohnaon. Z h
Clerk of aald Court. Dunn J M. Roller John M. Cooper, Chal' R. Durehell Griffin Ow.n W. Roy J.
T .Frank Starke, Florida Dixon Florence RoyKnight. 8. C. Ho..I..I. R 8. Ra.w.l. Ezra Crawford Zary nrl..kel. H. Green Lloyd J. Jordan W. Manning' Ir. .
.ndrum. .
*, Tatum Mary B. Orlffls. O..orl. (
Atty. for Ilf. 10.8 4 Dixon Ethel Kirkland. Wilbur J.w.1 Canova. Eunice C. naulherlY. Herbert A. Llndsey Jenkins A. Markham.purj
0-2 Reddish, Bryant Fred B. Gray CharI. Murpnv, P.
.. Mary A.
Ilon. J. M. ,. Knight, S. A. Reddish Willie M. Bryant Nolan .. Grlffl.. Johns, \ S
Clark EllxabethColley George
JessieDavis. bowling Cleone Johns, Lubedla A. M.thny.
W. P.
Kemp E. F.Reddish.
Redding, Brown AncleBrantley Lydia Good wine, Lern ifnma' *
Albert Daniel L.Kersey. Duncan Margaret Johnson A. R.
J. M. Jordan Green Ines furph",
Crews, Maude D. A.
Mrs. Lois Duncan K. (I. Jackson V. L
Javld.on. Francis
Redding, Horace Bryan Beckey Corpenlng. Hulda B. Garrison. Oussle ;nille. Ion.
Durrance L.Dlnklns. fowling, J. Jenkins Winnie Alice '
L Kuhn. J. W. Reddish P. D.Rosier. F.
B. Crews. K. T. "rfn. T. Scottie Mills. Frl D.
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T AnnieKnight Dowllng. Russell B.
STROUT'A Kelly. A. B. I Can Dele Gadson Hlr.n.
n.n. 0" Paul E. Jr.
Paul I Orlft.
Denmark Mr... E. C. Reddish Belle Davis Jordan. A. A. 1Iurra' C
" Mr. Bryant RaymondBeasley Clark C. H.Crosby .. Mr.. 8.
O. Odessle mci 1".ln
Create'advertUer of .. Denmark Lula Jordan. Mettle 3.
EiI eo Knight, Johnny Reddish H. nrl.kel Orant
Mary baac
try properly. Has made Dlnkln Paul I. Darling I. L..I.r A. Johnson W. L. layhuShk t"rns
over Knight. Meddtsh Mrs. Drew Dlka. 81m
(3.OOO .*lrm of, llamea-Farina_ Oink In.. Mary M.Dlnkln Knight OUHsle Reddish Mrs. Mary lla"ley. J. B. Crew. .. C. Nettle George Griffis Emma C. Jordan. William Clyde $
Julia Crawford Tho. C, A. F. Merca.Melvln..
... *. Josephene Darby, Jean Jenkins.
A. Barer from "S $ae King Floyd Rosier. J. Q.Raulerson. Orlffls Carl "p0
Blnson. Queen E. ,
4 al. Dunn, DaisyDunn Crawford. Che.ter Dlnkln, Henry EOreen H. pea
World. Free ._. L M. L Thelma Jennings Dr.
..ta. Grover C. F Bennett. Elma D. Conway K. Decondlo Graham William H. L H. Melvin.5ra .
Will E Leonardo . Mrs.
E. Raulerson. J. ( "D
A. STROUT Brownlee Iriffis L
REALTY AGENCY Dobbs A. D. Je. Arthur Hugh L Conway. F. DePoala.. Nick Eli Mr. M"Clulan. a
o. Rowe, Claude
Dobbs, Lennle I.e. Brownlee Mrs. Eta Canova, I* A. Ernest .one..
Lee Conic Denmark Ruth Chas 11.Chluen. l..1
Redding D .
RprMt I Durham Mr. O. W. Lee Mabel Reddish, ElvaRaulerson. Renn..t. Paul Cowart. MlttleCro Pavls, R. J. Or Gardiner. Minnie D. Jordan, I... B.L n
J. W. Ad.1 .by. C. E. Davis Luclle ner. Martin E Jone. )ldoloO Lula
Locally t> I n..La.h. Lewis. A. M.Lewis H. Box IT. Conner W. C. Tatlm Or ner. Martin E. I W. P. ".
y I D.vld.on. Grant Mrs. A. M.Lovell. Reddish Ury Bryant Llisle Darb Cha.. Geiger O. Sr. John. Lois 11'U.') J "a'
Mr. OrantDavidson Crosby Floyd C.
F. C. I Darby C. M. Johns, R. f.
S. Reddish Mary
10LLNGSWORTD Margaret S Jane Hwel. Edward (Clark Llxal Darby John M. Griffin P. B. Itfa.tbCWC ca.
I Johnson W. L.
| R Lee Aleene Rosier Arneta S. Iryan. W. Carlton, I. B. Davla. Frank George. R. -uGrlffTs. /' Jackson: LauraJackson (u..rov. .
Edwards, Wm. H. Lang, Lucy Rauleraon N. H. 'obby ConnerJW. R. Dobb.. Alton John Clifford lit surovft Frti; 'rtli
Llllle Brown. Florence (lriffis g.
Huleon. lr. Cone Winnie Daniels, H. M. Oreen. Roscoe Llllle Jordan Mrs. Mae Mobl"hlyrick" *..ta

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\1 I I;:. Bitch J. W. Tyler AlUe U Albert King, Ira W Dvnl, E..rn..1 O A. Hall.Hayne J.. all. HopeAndrews IVnrlMoigan. Phillips, Krncstiihntr Starling, lletilnmln I' JMl I. Nt 131.OIIIH OF

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Martin, Auni May AvalonPrescott "I. buy H old Oarloi k, whose rtisldcncc I I.
I'' Arthur Thorium, Frank Andrew AmandaAnderson !>\' Mildred H.nry. LI laHarding
r Myrtle n Denmark l>. N. B. Mart ill. .Iall.s Irene role. Liorolhy SappScoKRlns Eddy Hotel, Sun Frsncisoo' Clllt-
iI Amelia Thomas, 'h""I' Mnnnlng, Vimm, Mrs. L. 11
\V Ray, Nathan N Andrew, Funnle U. Bertie U. Ball t:> 1" J. turn .:
JI 1)'al. Mace, Jack Pellsm, K. .1 I Ihllllps I. Swale. Irmaua'e.
: Hay L. C. Thointon, Win C. A"d.nol. A.V.. ] Clara E. Hornsby. Floyd E You art lequlrod, to appear on
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F. Ray Sim Lula A. Thornton, \\ tn. It. Pyal Myra Prince, Sunders Llta
. Hitch, Carlyle JSullle Allen, Jlmnie (:lr..1 HjalIIUs HardinI. Mr. Thos. B Jlnul. J.ry Petrrnuh James Mrs. Cl B named Coin and cause "h..rpII
E, .., :h Th""n. Allen Cliff Dew C.Ua E. H..a. FHuzen : Inr.hal A. "t.nh'y. plaintiff Necks divorce and restudy
. : Rodman D, Nu inn B Mr. Paul of children. Bradford Telegraph .
1H M I. Reddish, Eva May Alvarez, Errol Dyal Alma l'laraAI..xander. :1."n. . I'r"'al. II.wnrl County
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Rlcharde, H. M. Thomas, Early B. J. B. l'll.f. Marlin M }tall. Chtu.l B : .nnlnlJ.ley E'I.ard' Shull, KdMHitl: T .hal publish this Older In
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Ar.l Allen )
Harriett H. C. ". Cecil Lacy Howard, I.nwtey weekly
Thomas, Eflrd Mrs. V. I. .
Rlcharde M Moody, J. I'uckett
Jr. Alvarez, Charles RichMumlU my hand
W..r Corinne Dryden, Ezvklel fudge, Otis Wln. In,1 Iffl'lal
,.11 V. ardPeterson laugh, Mrs. W'altrrtlaflre T.
: Ruin Lola Thornton, Mary Morgan, "" Starke Florida *
Luther B.DeLcrry 1.
;, lI"h',, p. Alexander W B. luiwtv, Mr Edna E. Harper C 0. Maimhaltvr .I
,, K. Kalnes Sarah C. Thornton W. E. Allen, Rosa Mrs. Flnley Harper, Fannie. LeePierce Lettie Alice JuneAlurrhee ber 4.IOJo''ll'IAL
mplf. "man Register UcrtrudeRaulerson Tucker, i william' Allen, Ira Howard, A. H. M.lh.r, Freda 1'.ok.r. N"m.t'k. SEAL) A J. Thomas

!1. JilT' !' Willieh Thornton, i ulah Ay.r. Uladys .... D.B.rry. Flnley Pierce Howard, lr. France* Sadie l'l..t. Charles M' ,'I..rman. l'h'll. An Clerk of said. Court.
; l-Il..nchle. Cornelius F. L. B. It"n. 'Ill'"nc. J'r..t. Emory MldJle-T Knight ht. Stark Florida
* ell K. Klgdon Thornton, Mrs. Orle Ayer Dryden Archie Leon Holt. Lea B, Thomas, Jas S. Knit 4t-11th
Barney Myers Attys fur IeIao| |
Richardson James A. Thornton, Carl AndrewsNesleyLuclanPyaI, CharI. Harper L. II. Clyde Parker W. Thorntun. MrH. C. A, lIC.
J Ldttlel Alta Andrews, Maude Lossle Hough, Alma Pain l.nnlnl. S
T K. Jr. Kenfroe, oma.Vllilam Lee laulherly. Hov R. Pad roe, Tomllnson, Shep
e, W.I ylre :. Rowe Ruth fornton. Lacy Agin. \V m. W. lrl..r. Maggie Howard Mrs. Verdi MatheN5.Math.wH. T. A. .'. "a". J. Tomlliison. Itoy IN run ('o('x'rv Ji iif.trn tot'LIT

Rowe Clyde) Gladys Anderson Alice Howard, 1'avld Lea '..I"m. Mrs Thornton, Kills IN AMU FltK IIIII> ''OIIUnl
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ey. t:lelvlnM Klgdon. J. W. Thornton. Auie Lesery Andrews, Rudolph rival, Eula Mae Hough Ethel Rive ltu"re. 11.18 Thomas, Mrs. Hester ( '\ii. nriiK KIOHIUA.In .

Mre LI. L. B. Rhoden Lonza TYllun. Horace Andrew.. Nona Haa.n Dahmer E. J. Holln..worih. Edith Moore.u.. Louise. Pemlftr.v I..t..r..n. JO."lhin. Tomllnson, Marl I' ,.101' r"H

|(.n. Raymond Hitch Mildred Harry L. Arnold Mrs Mary E Ilampl.r. Hhod8 May T A. Pauline homas, Deborah Rv '.M."hip and estate of
r'. Bitch, Mr. Ruby Taylor Mrs Luvenla Anderson A. ,V. Jr. Dampier Hazen, Mrs Martha Mmtt Ara E. J'hlllp. Sarah: R. Todd JimThoma ,,cud Taylor .1 I. II. Taylor and

ry. Llnnlo Hitch, Carl M. Thomas, Victor C. Allen. John Davis. Eddie Hardy, Charles Jr. Martinez, Joe J.o'lhr.. .. }t. M. Robert Tailor :MinoraNOTLI

t. Hazel Roberts. Mabelle. Es- Thomas, Oeo W Austin. I. H. 10'.ln. William E. }lornsby. Russell E. Moore, Susan M. Minnie E. Told Leoly h OK MALIC

,.y, Jo'ln..sle F telle Tuten R H, Albert Mrs. Frankie J. I. }cardee. Lola I.Alvarez K. B lul.l.y. J. T Thomas. Prggy' H I NOTIi. ,t IIEIICRY HUES that
W. Ella. Rhoden W. C. Thomas, Karl James llideonPelaney. J. D. HI.en. Caudle Mlllt.n.Margaret lul.l"y. fhvrntnn l'lareilee the undersigned. Karl. Tailor, as
Fran Klgdon. Annie"Bell Tetstone, Ueo. F. Alvarez. Rita Martha 1)owns. H. 8. Henley FCddle Ma.on.Marvin Mrs Hazel l Robinson, W J. T..I"lun. A. C. Hllard.AI ..1 ..11 for the. persons
MriOoram W Randolph Arthur Ernest E. Alexander Martile Downa. Josephine Howart V. E. Mnrrell, Andy Ichoden. Fred Thompson, J. t>. anl .Rt.t. t.f "". ..1 1 t J I liTnylor

i IMlll o"en ., Mae Roberta Joseph M flurn"r.Laura Andrews Rome J. Driggers. Amrlia C. Howard Mrs. V. E. hire. Dorothy Rltch 8 E. TbcirniiieHt, .iinlaTurner. Robert .yl.r. Aiintis,

Kick. J D Tlson, Julia Andrew. Jewel n. Douglas. A.V.. Hines Mack Jr. MiliKan., Josephine Robinson J, P PearlTomllnnon of Baker County,, win kt-

it '"", Un Rhoden, 'W. C Jr. Thels, R. F. Andrews, W. Jr. nouRla. Lola Harris, Tom Mlxon, Mrs. A. MMlxon HI..h. I, A. Henry ply to the Honorable E. K. Perry-
Hire M. Hitch Mrs. CarlysleKlRdon. Thomas, Carl Andrews, N..le ,, F 1 Harris tlertrudeDurshlmer. Mrs. M. E. Mrs Jennie Thomas .'I'd. Nell man County Judl' of Bradford
: F. J W. Tyson. Parnell And..ron. Frank Hancock Ua>niond A Moss, ThelmnnMaves Redgrave, Minnie Torruella. County, "'I.rld., an order to

.8, J. Rule, BertRubltcky Sarah Av.nt. J..t. Fay Hancock Mary Lee S. Lois R. clgra\e, A. >\ Th.rulon. Mrs Ellinturner. sell nt private "al. the interests ofsaicl i

F S *. Joseph TThornton. Eliza' And"ron.V.. A. Ruth Harris, Anthony McKaa. Mike J. Itnfiiiie, l elu 11. V. minors In and to the followlog '

RoY Raynor. QuaRosier Thomas, C. C. i I>. line Pearl Harbin Jewelle McKlnney.olley Emma. I Tnrnd. KdwlnTomllniioii described real estate, .luale.

En. JoiephK R. L. Thomas Dortha Abernathy, Mr.. Novella Josephine 10It.lnrf, \\llmer McKlnney, Chas. M. 1Iv..r. F. WKennolds AnnieTonillnoon. lying and bring In Bradford

Roberta L.Hoger.*, Faul W. ThomaH, Resste Angelo A. J. O. McKinney, Carl Kosa 11.1 ty, tlal. of Florida, to-wit1
Lonale Howell Rick., Mrs. Ada Taylor Irving A. Angelo, Arthur A. tJdw"rd. Balus S. Illnson. JuanitaEpperson Mcltae, Dolly Fr'I"1_ J C. res uf land part. of II ly
'h' "i' Mary K. Holllnnsworth, W. M. H.nno1. T.lh.l. In Section II tots SO and 31
Jr. RodgerH James H. Taylor Ethel Angelo Mae .. I Lea Oeorg Inr : ,
Frank M. Rhoden:? Clarence F. Thomas, Floy B Edwards, Holln..w"rlh. Mrs IcKlnn..y. C. M HI..h Carrie Talh.t.. 1' ,A. ..,.tlol 15, Lots 6. 6, 7, H, W, 10,
Horace. Roth Alan Tucker Mrs. H. E. brown Lem Epperson, "'. J. R. I'Klnn.y."IrH. S. Rlgdnn, Irene Thompson T.lho" Mrs. Cam* 11. 12. 24 and 1; In Section 16

n. Edna. Hevei.S O E Tucker H. B. 1 cyan, W E KdmomlBon, W. 1. Harris. Ardelta E. Mclt.Mclta.. Eula Mae Mvrlle O l.nls I, 2. 3, II. 1. 17, 11 snti : /

11., Merit I Hitch Mr... N T. Jr. Thomax Lavada Brown Eaton Edwards, Comer Jlcks. Irene McMillan, Merrill O. H..hl"h.. J. MRogerM T.vl. J. P the Went H of fot a I, all of Loll

?. boll Hitch N. T. Jr. Tlson \\'. O. Burns, Edward Ellis, A. li. McKelvey, Frank Vldell ..Jam. W. SD, 40. 42, 63 "' 4 ; In Section IT,

0 T Rowe Marvel Thomas, HazelThomas Bowers, E. R. Edwards Gladys Ingram Carrie McKelvey, .I. A. Rivers, Jackson ti. Taylor, K I*. 1.01. II. 27, 2N. 31, 14, .IS. 88 37 i
WhittleftUHHell 8 R L.Mstrunk Bowers J. I>. Ellis Margaret J McIntyre, France C. Marks Taylor Laura K. 3d. North H of Tit 39. all of Lots '

O. M.Sapp Thomas, VioletThomas Burns., Mrs Resale Edwards, Lloyd John, Archibald IIJackson McIntyre T. J. HI'I. Jessie Torode, Lulu H.dKrave 40. 41, 44, 46, 46( 51 I. 02. 60, 67! n "
S B .1IJlnrgnret John BfcllcoJC H. T. BalHden, AddleBalsden Edwards, Lamar S. MarshallJohnson McKae, {tonnld F. H.b..rIR.HI"h. Nannie Tarrntus, Delia Will and 63, In Suction IS; N"rtl of ,
RUB Kosa Edmondson Joe Lot and all of Lola 83, 41,
avid L. C.Torres Patsy MuKae Minnie Morris 111. la rnnonThomas 1
[ E. Sllcox, Walter Thomas Mallory Burney. C N. Edmondson Cleone Johns Ab McKinney, Laurie Iavbln.. llllll 4J, 4 to, II 62. a. 64. 6ft. bo, 67. i i8U.

n E. D. Fred F. Fannie J. Powers, Mrs Marie Edwards, Harry Leon John*. Julia 1. McKinney, Itoy. Russell J. M. Taylor 11 61, eJ3.. HI ; In Section 19 ,
Stump A
:Mae Thomas gne. ;
I Dorothy Vollle A. F Jame East H of last 4l>, North H o '
Fred A. rownln" John.on. McKinney, Bertie Rosier' Doris. Thomas, J. E.
t Herbert S. Scott Slephen LlllleThomas ThelmaThomas Mr. Ruby. Fernandez Eva L. Johns L. I. McKinney, Mrs A. C Kodgers, Oeorge II. Thomas, Mrs. J. R. Lot 43. West S of Lot 83, East K

,. Le Hc>y G.lnll'leton.: William Bryan O. P. Fernandez, ImtbelFlnley Johnson Wm N. McKinney A. E. Kabc*('k, Jos. Jo'. Thornton Brantl* of Lot. 61 In Section 20. lots I.
John H tIlCoxJ.Sapp.: J. Mrs. Ollie Woodrow Gus W Jones, H. H "" Grover U. Kabec, Josephine Thomas, LizzieTIllMken t. 3, 4. 7, 8, *. 13, 21, 22. 21.
rarrabellMr U Jr'an. J. H. Bert W. 'Oul.e. 26. 2 A. 17, and 23 IIf the shovedescribed
Muriel Strickland.\ C. P.Stern. Underhill O L. Mrs. Aria Fields Johns McKlnney, K B. Rhodnn (Clnreni.' F John Kmanuel
Gwendolyn Fields, Maude S. Johnson O W. John Katlna properly In Town-
Harry" iodman McKinney Nellie hitch, N. T Tlllakes, .
E Ci Laura H. Underhill V. luddlngtun., Forsyth Vlnda Johns Elba McMillan. W Sam Tucker, Jas ATucker ship 6 ","lh1Ianl" 22 1' I..t Wood :

i. Sadie Scott W: Underhill WalterUnderbill Brown Mrs. Truby Forsyth Eunice Johns, W. JJacobs McKnlght, Ho..nb.rl., L. Carrie BTorode lawn I I. cut up Into ,
W :M Htump C' Me SWilliam Sarah James JUlb 1. 10 less also,
F'e..ant. Mrs Mary Flpps, Jack Grady Mrs Pauline Hire tr..I., Inur or ) .
Fern M. Sapp Leona Underhill VascoUnderbill M. E. Johns, Fronnle IcKlnn"YL.Jnn. Hld.eway. Lots B 6. 8. 17. 87, 8H,
i. 8. Hradlov. J M. Feagle, ln. : .. J'. A. C. I. 22.
Sapp. Jake H. Margie D. Buddington, John W. Flv.a.h. t'. Jones Fred 11 'ol'Uulr. GUM HIlhy. lr.O. Paul. Tyre Thoma., Pnnsv 39. 40, 41, a. 43, 4li. 41.!) 60, 62.OH . I

,, UnwellEthel Smith E. U. Underhill RubyUnderbill Frlnk Aubrey Johns, Mrs AgnesJones McIntosh. Olenn n.ymond. Ethel Moore 'lyre Fred O 64. 66. \ 67, 6N, e0. 61 62, 18. ,,
Jas. lrownlnl.lla.rd
D. Sllcox, VioletUnderbill H.'mond. d '
Frank, Pearl E. D Mamie Fred WllbertThftrn of Section' Township Hciuth.Rang .
.. FriedaMHXlne Sapp Ellery Jack II Mrs Mae Francis, Pauline Jacobs, RosalindJohns 11.lnt.Rh., Hh.d.n. Carrie Thornlol., 22 East
Sweat Ida Underhill, Gladys E.Vandlvtere Bryan. W. B. Fernand.a. AliceBryan Charlie E M..avld.oy. Ihud.n. Thorn, Julius 1.McFuugaltl >. That said application wil be J

Mrs Louis Sapp Carl V Brown James A. Forsvth Tommy Johns, Thelma PrlnzonJohns Chomey I..d. J. O. Tliurnton, OllleThompscin mad by said guardian on list '

.. Jessie bapp O. L. Blanche AAleeca Brown, Mrs Charlotte .I. Fowler Charles. M H. E Mcltae, J. WesleyMcRae I"h..r.'n., 'h de ray of November, A. D., 1044, at
Sumner Aron Varne., PearlVantleane n.I larJ office of the Honorable N.| K.
I, Brown Lacy Fowler Lucille John., Kuhy ".
Annie KoblnHon Bliinche Thomas
t. 1-aac. N. Humner, Orvin Gladys I Loma Faircoth.' J. L.. Johns Jeff J.Hel. Mi-fall. Mrs J ia.. Wynn Tucker Josephine O. ferryman, County Judge of .Brad- .
CloreenOoritella Sumner A. C. Wall, W m. U.Walnwrlght Ionham. MrH Lottie JarksonV. Morris fold County, Florida, at ten o c lock
McCall J. WMcKne Rosier, James B.s Thomas,
lcleSwanbom ,
\ Ilull.
Mr N. D
( app. Agnes Brownlnl. Arrle Forsyth Vasco John.on. V. F A. !ItMcRae Thomas, F. In the fr.noon. or, a* soon thereafter
John ,
William Williams D Johns Krnestlne B Sullivan, Clarencestrlcklund Thomas, LlllleMcGee application may be
Grady Sanders, Annie William. Ed Burrell, Thomas Jrlffls, Sidney F. Jackson Margaret Florence Charlie U heard, ta sell at private sale the \ ,

Roberta Starling Alma White Olin w.Mrs. Brown Mrs. Florence rirlffls Zenas Z. Jackson H. CJohns Mae, Elva Sullivan, J. E. Underbill. John L. ful undivided, Interest of said 1

Ruby Slstrunk J. M. Williams. Emanuel Boan Irene Orlffls, C A. Melissa V. Mcltae, Basil. MMcCu Shepherd, Alice Uglow, John lln.r. a. minor helr-at-law of I. f

i. Mrs. Mary Sternberg OunsleEnter N. Wall Albertu E Hoan, U. W. Ol..on. Chester Jackson Hunt Hough, J.*>M. Smith. W. II 1'Klnw, iKiulMa: T*. I. deceased In and to :'
Mm Jenle tfternberff" Williams Thoa M Wade Cal C Jackson Onle Mrs Sarah above described lands.Paled .
Bryant Nora Simmons, J. Underbill.
( Stern Fred Oner Wainwright Wm. M. Ol""on.. Eldrynrlffls Johnson Deborah Icenlltu"h. I. '. at Htarke. Florida I
> Bryant, Daisy Margaret Smith, U F. Uglow, r .rrl. Ills
Joseph string-fellow, Wm.Mabel O \\'III1a.m.. N'at Inker, Alice LavlnlaOrlffls Jooes, EdnaBlanchard M..lul.tu. Stern W. A. Albert' W. 17th day of October A. l D., I :

Alma .,. Slrlngfellow. afWilllams. 10'. W/ N. M. K. L. Johnson Lloyd N Stern Theressa 1nI.rhll. Marl EAlti. TAYLOR.A . \ ,.
i. Jame n. Silcox. Henry P. White. Ueorge" Blakely Jessie Mae Urlffls, Eugene Jones Cella Newsom. J. E. Smith Georgia Little 1nl..rhll. Paul Guardian for J. D. Taylor Harold .
J. Swlndal, Hannah Mary O. Marvin. 1nd.rhll. and Robert Taylor
Wainwright Taylor
nf. Harvey Bradley Noon M. no"dg. R J. Johnson N.w""m.unlce (". O.
In. w.IIS. StarlingJame* P,. Wall 1I1urla E Boring, Elizabeth UrlfflM, Mrs. Lois Johns, H. M Norton, Jessie "ullv.n. Pllzabeth 1 Varnes, A. V. MInorn -41-1111 : I

i. ("a Sllcox Selenaill White Noble Ray Boring. John R. Jr. Uoodft-e, Mrs Della Judd, M. H. No..I.V., H. ""llvan. Eva Varnes, M.
Walter T.IlIcox.: Della VT.n White, Ethel M Blair EvaBaxter Uooda-e, A. L.Onodge Jones, EthelJohnson Newsom, C. 1II\"an.: (I. KMruth inlng. L. D I" TII COUNTY) 'i
Mrs, Palsy Sapp, W .Kn Will, Irene I* Clifford W Jill Mr. W N Norton 1.. CNauman Kalherlne Hel- Versailles A. A.arnes .. \ U KOIt HHAI>KOHI)

EdwardIapp: Felix H. WllllamH, Willie B. Brown Howard <; Mrs Fay Jones, Mlnnl..n '\. hiyraNewsome 4 01 1TY. "T'1 ". Kl.Olllllt.IN r

Herman Strickland Edna Wall Mabel A. Mrs. M. H. Urirfls. Oscar Ja..k.on. EdwardJenkins Margret HI ruth, Katherine Shlr Vlnlng.Vurnes, charllf Lou () .
Strickland Nezzle A.IIlIcox. Bul.rd. Frances In Rt Guardianship, and Estate ofhdwln
Rebecca White lea Otis Geiger, L A. Elva North Mrs. W. N. Mary .
Marie Stern: F. C. Winkler, Edwin A. Box Mrs 101.- H (-. Loa Jenkins, Chas. H. Noegpl, E P. ley W P. Varnen Curtis 1hud.n. Joslile Rhoden and
: Mrn. Uessleft \villlamn MaryWalnwrlaht Brown Gilbert S. Jalney.. Ralph Judd Mrs Milliard NIcholHon. Charley W. Imlh ItlleySnyder 'arn..s.orat'. Ellle .. nun. "'i "

Thomas! Sullivan Herbert Edward J. Barnhill, Susie OIlHson, Marlon Jenkins Beatrice Nettles, Ernest A, LucretliiSmith W NOT1CM OF SALT I
'M. \\ lllam J. Saul 'ofr. Pearl Wllkernon. A J. Lilly McRae crirfls, Leo Jenkins, Ernest Joe W P. Jr. Woodard, I>. I'. NOTII IMIIICRKBY GIVEN that : I.
Thomas Sponholta.: I101.. Wainwright, Blanche M IlrlMe. L. Orlffls, Leon Jordan Dan. N.e.I.North W. N. SmlthFelton Wynn J. f.."ll. Mr. Carrie lino- .
I Lenora Starllno. J. PPapp. Ward Willie Calvin Ila I. Ruth Ella UrifflH, Luther Jordan I/ou. Vera Nicely Lawrence Smith, Mrs Lola Wlmtliis. lirlo A. den, of and for In* it I j I

,'Fjl Ola Mae Whitehead Samuel Jower., A. BHurch. Gorman Charles Jones Flora T. Newmans, Albert J. E. Ilnlc. person and ..I"le. uf Edwin Itho- ,' I !
diadys Seymour John M. WllllamH, R J. W C. H. L. Jones, D. Burr Newimtns. Mrs Albert I-Imlh. Earl 'I"ln. den, .Inutile Khoditii and Kill llhodn I I ,

Roy Strokfeldt H. a, \\'ood, Annie S ridges, P. L. Hol..on.nrlflVlbur K. Jones, H. B Mrs Nlrl'klln"j oe Jo:. 'VI.on., Mrs tattle Minor I of Baker County, Flor.

, AmandarM Starling Bernice Williams Gertrude Holes N. Cl. E. Johns, Jacob J. No..I. Jew.1 Junlus M H. 1". :Ida: will to the Honorable i I
Mae Sharp, Emmet T. ,WllllamH, A. B. Brown Joseph L. Oarrett. F M. Johnson W. T. N..K.I. Roswell 1. "mlh. Mrs W It Whey, Jac'k 10. K. rI'rI.r", County Judge of '

C Pg Strickland, Viola Wood Arthur Brown Ida Goodman,.Jesse. D. Jackson W T. N..el.. Robert B Imlh. A. A. Warren, Newn lirudford Florida for an .;

O Sllcox Everett Williams, Vandl E. E C. George, J. W. Johns, James P Nobles Mrs K BNoegel. Joseph r. Weaver Mrs. J..phln. Older to ..1|| at private Male the ,
J.Sauls. Ju.h. .I. H. SlnlIIR. Interests of In and to { ,
l' Shaw. Frazier \Vllmot, Ernest A AC. Garrett, Earnest Jones. Robert Mrs. W H. Jr. HI l til h. R Wynn Ossla oln.r,
; .
Mr :Margie Arthur F. Warren, Mrs. FlorencePalll Bnxley, Mrs A. C. Orlffls, Marlon Jackson. Joel lreenR.rll'er. Noegel. KllzabethNoegel. Chas O. WII..n. Hornthla the following rent es I

t-wtlly, leo \". Williams Louise Louis Clalney, (Calll Johns. C. B. Stanley I-I.arln. Joe H.HI Wise, Chester L tat"l situate, lying and h.IIO In ',

Edward Shaw Bert A. Weldon. S. A. Bennett, W. P. (arret. Herman Johns 7e>lla P. Nettles, Leah rl., K MKhuman \'hl.hl"/ Kula l-rnrtforil County Slat of (

Palll smith, Chance C. Wall Harold C.WmoJ' Bennett Corle Matilda Johns Carl Noegel, Mrs, Ernest 1'earle Cl.Hlmonton . Hill o-wltl I '
II W Sternberg Ruth Wall Martha D. layette, Ira H. IrlfflH.. W. H. Johns Thelma L. Nunnery Rudolph Oren LesterVarren. A. HWnrren KI6 acres of land part of It ly>
.rnona T. Lacy B. Miles T. Jackson MJackson Albert M.I In Section 111 Lot 80 and 32; \
Sllcox Warren Barton, E 8 Garrett, 1..mml. Via Nunnery Gladys J. Stewart Robert H. I"o I
| Strickland, Cora Wiggins, Laura Lee Barton H A. Orlffls, Milford J. Cl. ( Hmlth. Kirby Mr*. J.a.le Hxcllon 18, Lots A. 6. 7. A. 6. t i
Dorothy W Sharpe. Della ManmileWlmberley A. C. Geiger, K WI.on. Esther R 10, I. 12, 23, 24 and 26; In Section \.
Warren H.rman Titus S ,
Brown, Olson
., l.rateV. stroman. Mrs. MattfeSa Katie Belle Brown Leona Orlffls, Minnie Kite, Lester. Olson, Mr. Pvrtle "\ark. Lula Wllla".n., 1, K. U 16. .it. I I. ". 8.'i Ij 16, J{ '17 all, of IIIml 1 t I

.ft. ..Be, stable U Williams, Julia Brown, Mary T. Orlffls, MattleOrlffls Kite, Perry Jr.King Owen VlrgelOwen W. I". Wood.. ,.rence the West Lot I I
t..1' (' re1I M. Seabrlght Edward Wills. Mr.. Florrle Bradley, Mrs. N. M. ., Arnol N. T. Nora ..w.l. Alma Wilson, Wile E. 1..1 .III, 40, 42, 63 and 64 ; In Hec- I
Thos N. "Imonton. Lots I. 27, 2H, 83, 14. !
''01'Thom W.8npp. Elma Williams HardyWilliams Clara nilsxon, Kendrick Odom J. D. Jr. O. Wynn. nnl. ton 1; 3'' '
l.wel. Jlh.1 North of Lot 311.
e. Theodore H. Sharpe, Inca Amos Raten., Bertha George Allle May Kendrick, Martha Odom Vern I"Opperman WhlKhar. Madge 87 I Ie 11 ;
4 L
4t 61 51.
Stroman Henry H. Ward ChaR.V.. Prown, William T. Garrett, Willie Kite HenKtckllter France Strut, I.ouella W.rr.n. FlorenceWhat ( t Lot 41. 46, ,
f.nther Roberta RushleWlmberley Margaret Katie Miriam II H. 66.; 67, 61 and I. In Section ID; )
0 Sapp Warren Mrs Blankenshlp. (lrlfti', Opperrnan BernlecePowell. Still.)'. Fred B ley, ,
14 all of Lois
t' R R Stump. Evelyn Wallace M. Brown Margaret A. Olll, Thomas Kite, Alice P Sutton, Mr.. H. fl. North of let I
Vay FMettle' SlmpHon Pearl Williams, T.S. Jr. Bonnie Orlffl, Richard D. Kahn A. L. Jr. Charlie J.Prvvatt Sweat, larKeryVhal.y. Sarah 32 83.4 42, 4. fO. 61. 62, 18. 64, '
Berryman I'.ry WIHon. 6 6 <3, 641 Section
e0, :
t. Sumn.r. Croch tt Wltkovskl, B R.John' Berryman Evon Urlffls Louis Kite, Mrs. Lily J. W. Cyrus H .Los E.Parrl.h. ; uE( North
Lot 40,
Kant I
E 19, V4
l Lenora eslle. A. E. Prescott Knight, Pea
C Olll Wilson
Shephard Wood Glen Brown H. E. J. Sweat Joe Lot S3 .
\tt B Shephard. Eva James Pearce [ Cyrus E. nrlffls, Ada Knight Nanni. L. }Parrlsh Oscar A, Walter Warren lnwe H of Lot u.W..t H of s ',t' ,
E.Warren. E. 8larlnl. dust: of Lot ell| In H ctlon 20;
Marjorie D. Jr. Ruby Knight Paul J. W.WlllTamn .
II. N. Irving (Dandy Wiggins
Stump Wainwright ferryman, K K Alma I \ .4
tee kJoio l.ots 1 2, 1. 4. 1. a, B, 21,
f. W C Shaw Ida Mae Williams I Yancey S. Alice' L. Oehler. Ethel Keller, ID. ferryman, Lois; P. Sweat, Jack l. I. of '
27 and
Hra.ntey. E. 22 21. it. 26, ; '
J Ethel R. Sharpe, H. E. Walnwrlgrht. Jame. R. Harvey King, Mary Laura I. Starling,".un., Isaaa being J

lltrnnettFlla Smith J. W. Warren Louise Chandler, King u."ner. Alfretta King Kite LesleQllsHon J'.w..l., Llnnl fh.phert., J.uv.rla t. Ih: hove described property EastWood .I S

Smith. Edwin Williams. Palmer Clark James Isadore Kite, Virginia Prevail Leota C. 1Ral. Williams, .. 8. Iiv Township 1 "uulh.Hang.:3 I
lawn ( up '
H' \V Sllcox Mary Frances Wright LulaI. Clark James w. urlffls, 1.1..14 Kemp R L. F. O. Sweat Mrs. Wlllard. J. W. Wo.dllwn less> 4
1.i Amos R.ftcr Mrs. Lacy Richard C. Wm. A. Gunter, Kemp Evelyn Jel..non.Arch Edwin Wynn Lllll Into 10 Here tracts more \ I Ial"ol
, Sllcox Wiggins, 6 7 II 21 22. 27. 87.
ft. Lots 6 , ,
"oley. Dorothy
Earl E. Olady Allen B. Ina K. Gamble, Robert H. Lewis John t>. O ..j '
/ Parrlsh, ,
Sapp Whltehead ( Klklt.r. O. Vincent.lla".k Jessie Lee a II, aB. 40, 41', 42. 41, 46, 4n, 49, 60. .
,1 Thomas .I. Sibyl A. Laura L. (Inoclge, Oene 1y'le Phillips, E. F. Starling, ,
Sapp Wiley. Hoy (Oolloy Kate 1r. U. 64 66 66, 67, 61, 60, 61, 62,
|Thomas. W. Stanley KoaSternberg. Whitehead Agathat.r Carlton Fred Urlffls Tieatrlce KllnK"worth. Phillipstuna ..arln. Wynn, AlvIn l \ (Heollon 10 Township 5Houih. ( "
Lillian W. E. L.Klnchen Wlllard H. .1: ,
Louise .
Lacy D. Wiggins LeoWhite Clarke Mrs preen Parrlsh. W. B. MlhlredVynn. 22 Rant
H' B Simpson Esther Etholln Cheshler, deo. W. Ooodg". T. J. Leonard Minnie 11. Robert Wynn. Mrs. N. l..n"* will b j

J'hn'; Saunders, Mildred Wiggins, , Mrs Leo :theshler J. D. 011.V.. T. Kessler, T U T. Jr.Kruce. J'hlll"H.. B.rtlmPrevail. "uton.tlrr..ncy. A. 13 Williams, ewey 11. That by.said "p"I".lon the 21st. i
J. II.Hurrenty .
Kirkland m".I.
D. luard".n
Mack Smith Lorraine Williams, Sallie Ch..hler.MrH.. IfettleCason fr..w. ClnudttparrlMh Woodrow \vllllnms, Ila.II' of H.. 1644. *tth r
James F. Sapp Fr.d" Williams JuanttaWllmot O aale l C.Crews. ., T A. AlbertKowatch HalllaPriest < ', Flsl AlvareBVoods, I. \.iy of the Id.I! K.
Julian l' Sapp. MrR. l.ull1 Mae Amy E R 1.. Graves, IIRdl. JuliusKopolotisu Hu..rt K. Hurremy', Mrs Lonnl Weeks R A. I office County "un.rabl.Judge of Bradford I

Nr,. Pima. L. s.w.l1.V.. B. 'Waldron It.8- CVioper, T. W. Graves. ( . *".' George'ooper J'.arce. Annl. May S.nrlng. Eunice PerWeeks, Iiirkln f. I'c-rryrnan at len o'clock '
John Jr Newell Ethel O. MarthaC' RichardColeman domes, R J. Kuter, I. r-. Peek Mvra I). kin Wilson Frank M. County Jo'I.rhla. there- 1In
llkerBon or as soon
I L I' Seymour James P. "'eIdonUfa1 e Krank R. floodman Jerry Lonza Kg I ht, lell J'"d.r. Emily BmVtli Virginia \\I."n.! Illldabelle.I C. the forenoon this appllcntlon may beheard. t I
afli-r a* I
Mian L Jr. Dorothy 'rntchtlrld'har1es Green Mathel Klght Ruby steppe, Louise Hurren- Susan M I
'I" Swanbom Whltfleld. Bryan Maggie O. n. Oswond D. I'.rrl.h. Wal.u.. In sell at private ..I. the It
( Minnie Kersey .
(I CM. Green
Shaw Mrs. A. E. Jr. Carlton. I'alm.r. l.nV. cy Interest of said min
Wall undivided
Leer Shepherd. Ira 1-'. ,,' .. Madge S. Clooilite. Mvra Varne Kaufman Harry Peek, .. Fa..., Ella J. YoungJennetle ( fiI minor h lr-at-law of II.
Helen I Shepherd Mrs. Ira' P. vv'llllHm I. L1..rk.V... Iron Ethel S. Kaufman. Anna I'rxvatt, Mary .., J. C. Yancey Fdwaril A. a* deceased.. In and to the '
'. Webb rol. J. W. A. Kellyavid U. V RStavrlonus Vnncey. Marthn S. 11 Ihod"n. /
Warren K. Smith, J. r1 Albert Courtmanch. II.Carter flay Prevail, Jo.n. Skipper, land
'. Elizabeth Williams Gaines L. M Kelly, Mary Mildred K. Nick YateS, "h :. : i it
Ruby MaeFllaabeth Seymour. Williams. ElliottWilliams S A. Oracle Mrs. u. S.Ca.on. l.w.l. \1.lIb..lhIr".I. Hated at Htarke Florida, this
( R William T. E.Ward Clark. Amy Goodman D. Kuter KuteiO; B l..rl. Jlarlnl. Len F Yates, I.lph 17th day of October A. l>.,
Callle hi '
Emma Thomas J. Gay Mrn Richard V.
Stoke, Polly Fr"val.N.
PrxanW' Stoke, Robt. D. ' I:. S. CV. flay H.U. Klnl. S. Henleyone. 1: tM Edna Samra tam Levin. Jacob EM "9 I. MIIH. (',\nIF HIOIFN.A.
Illle Simmons Lacy Williams. Mrs. Grace D.II. ;' NellieCooper r..n. J.Joe sr. Priest Myrtle Starling;, Robert James ?.vln. Ethel Y 30J'r.Hc"t. Guardian Ihll.n. 1
Mary NellieSimmons lolaM. Howard Orlffls. J.onnrd. Ala Herbert and Kill ,
SI-Imx, Williams Mrs f'r..cott. Jonhl* Rhoden .
L.Lee Irving
'I.r. jU UleyMnry 1... w.Vern Weeks, W T (011. Carl E. Ollsson. Lesley Vincent F. O. Lee., H. E :lr". Hula Happ. Mildred Z.vln. minor. 1e12e-4t.hil0NOTI'E
Mrs. .
Simmons Illlam*. PB1"t Mary Olo./o. .. Nancy E. Leonard. James
n Ca. Mildred DellHubert Courtmanch Anna r. SALE
Happ. Mrs Edna William" J. U. Clod win.:>. R. I.w., James A. Precinct No. .1-Graham Uf' ISTn'S :
Sweat Whitehead l'furlm..nch. '
[ E. Sweat Mack A J. M MIY Olbhs, John 1. .L.Lilly. Take notice m acordance ,;
\Vhlttemore CloUlh. Dorothy HubyClrl..r. +i
Lossle flrnv II
Shnfkln Louis T. Final Decree rendered by
Mr i..lI. airs. 7etta Wade ? Mrs. pearls Lewis OrlfflH.\ Roa Lee Llzila Griffin Hattie Hlrlrkland, ClydeV. "

'ter\ Era M aHle Shafkln. Robert EWeldon.. Michel lS.r Curry. A. N. Green Muriel E. iS.. r. T. 8. Abernathy A F. F. Griffin, JrN.. 11. Marling, P O. Circuit Court of Bradford County \
B. Cynthia
", Wtilam' Starlng L. ,\ rKS, *. Crosby Mrs'Berry Green' Owen . W. Abernathy M. Card OroveH, Maude lrr..nev. MaudeB in the cased '%
< Florida Cancery.
Starling. Mary Wilkins, Mr. J. H. Crosby Mrs. Laura {;?rsVr"MrX'rM1Id! red MX\ ?luih H Hmlth. 1 vs. Obe i '
I'a. H. Smith. Dennis H. Joe H. Clark Mrs I- I- ; Kroughton, Fgbert V. hoes, BeatriceHinds Starling, Mrs. 11 L. D. E. Knigh. plalntf.
H HI.8el \Vllklns. Cham\.eu. Robert Earl Hood man. William B. Lamb llford MrH. Alice 3208 I 1 f fthe
Carolyn .JohnJohn C. Brcjughton Mrs. A. W. Havln I-Ilarlnc. F Hall, defendant. Case }
'";'. Edith l-Iat.rCleld.. I.lIla..' :'oJr. L. Chambers, J. E. toodman. Annie Luten, Wiliam, F. Uroulhltn. Aril Mines, HubertJones Hllm..r... Mrs Itunle undersigned Special Master I
tl m r* Strato. Sarah Colley, J. It. Mrs. Thelma J Strickland. J It. j
Lu.aCrawford HouKh.n.
] R C. vila P. M. Crosby L.. Oay Hazel Pauline L"wl. HazelLangford. U"rn., DollleBroughton. Carl Starling Calvin will for cash to the highest
\ I .el
[ nceP LeScot., Madeline R. Whitehead Leona Onle Oatlln. II Maud. Lennon Louise Carl Johns ArchJohnson Htarllng ClaudSlarllng at the South front door
", Orlffls, "
Rlmeon Shad J. A. Womack Al Cherry, Vern D. ThelmaLandrum Iroughton Willl FredJohns Hu"el ,
o r Smith Mr. W. J. Amp* Cnburn' Amy H Larantux. E. Burton, w.J C. NormanJohnson I-Ilarlinl. of the County Courthouse In t
Othma Lewis
Ma F. Button H. L. 'Vlllam.Battle JohnM Carlisle, Ruth Haynes vorth L C. T. Frank C Mr. n.nev8 Slarlnw. L.vl. Starke Florida/ the following described
o. WI.on. RudolphC..onr Jones, !' C. Jr.
Sutton. Mm 1. L Mrs, Chlsm. Hemmlngway.'Frank O' Landrum. Carleen Call, J K. HIUlh. In
Lira p. Lett \'ood. Carol M. L. (' Mrs. J. E. Johnson, Mrs Florence T rtal estate situate
Stllley, Annie | Thelma
D. W : Mrs. Maggie Hemmlnnway. 1'I.wIH. .1. T. Jones, Earl Lesley Thomas, Frank E.
\.O.oile' Sllcox Vernon Warren' Frank Holllnncsworth. Ida t.zraHaynes : Ca..y. L Bradford County Florida, to-
S. Ellen ( Lnnon. Ethel M T'lrn.r. WillieThomas '
T. ('aoon
Mary Casey,
'. James Simmons Mr. A. E. Wllklns.Whittle.. Ruby Curry; %. (Mr..) Hope McLn. 011. L. (" Horace Murrhee, Dewey ErnieD wlt:
Shlvar .In.
Freda L Spies. Mr. A. E. Whittle. rleo Card.n. V. H Hayes. E Ruby W. A. J.lvlno.. Oln Murrhee, Mrs. M. E. Thomas l-ewls. I. Beginning at NH corner of NE
E. Lucy Hayes. H.rma' Mr. 8. F. Thomas, Wllllarii
Carden Dyal. W. A.
BenSuflT.nOUMr. Maudaln Morgan
Charles. Suslow, Walton. 'onway \V. L. Hoover. Don L. Ie. L'rushy Dyl. Brvln Melton T. T. Thomas, C. !>. 1-4 of NW 1-4 Sec. 10 Twp.

['.lanlon' B .. Mabel WII.on.Wllllams Gary. Calvin C. Clark Foy Holtzendorf. Ethel EC. L., D.Mr.L'roMby D. Dryden' Elizabeth Morgan J. L. Thomas, A. T. 7 S., 22 E o run. \V along
.race A. '' A. ol..ndorfi I. W. Marlow Amond W n
( p. ,
Wilbur } Dyal
ROhprl Le.Scot.. Mrs. Lillian Mae WIIRon. ,Oary KatieAhnaO. Marlon L. e. I" I. C. Lean. Isadore Mrs. R. n. Davis' Mr.. J. McKinney J. A. J. Jr. Walden T. W. ,ection line 7803 ft. to State

i Utone Roy M. Whitehead alnwrlght.Mr", .1. B. Colson' C.BessieCloer W. Hnllingeworth! Den . Mr. F.Lewis 1.lvlng.lon.. Mr. Hugh Davis' !'olr.. N. J. I'Klnne1. Mr. J. A. J. Wa Wasdeni"den, If R It HWllllH Rod 28. thence NWly along Bald I

n Colson, Wilton ''avir. J. C .
F.Idnn' St W.Rose tVest. Lois Elmore James E.Cohen. C Lynch l Ronnie A. C. R Oust. O. road 337.8 ft., thence E 889.5 ft.,
allllam Strickland. William. Jula. Hicks O WHicks Lee. Morgan J.vl. Robert, C. B. Ward. Annie F. .
Hyman H. FOB. ALSO .
F PercY .. Robert B. Dyal, thence S 332 ft. to ;
Snyder Clarence e.Lawley.
\Vood. H, M.
Ola Medford Coh.n'' Hilda Nathaniel Rivers, Olll
Mae Shealey, Weinstein MamieL Gertrude Mr. J. M. 1Jal. UWillis at said P.O.B. run W i;
-u.nita B. Wallace A. N. C. Cook. Troy C. Harris Ellen H. Vernon W. Robert, Mr*. l'ull8 Ward, J beginning ,

K.mraine t S' solano Solano, Mr... Oenevleve William.Williams. Mr.. N C.Wilson. Clrl.'todouIOul Bpero Howard.Hemmlngway.Wesley t. a.Sr'Modoulous. Lea Law, Rosa lyal. D..taFogg Rivers Reynold, lo., L. R.H .. Willis,, Mm.. Leila C. 780.3 ft. to said road thence I.
Strong. Harley RandolphA ? Sara lee H. L. Jr. { along said road 1738 ft.,
Marl Hemmlnlw.Y. MIDI J. Wynn Leon SEly I
Lura W.
Harriett : Helen Mrn.
,p Strong A. Z. Welnsteln Chandler. S. H. Hal! Telma Lett, Mildred ICloe. Fra.le. Clarence J. Burrency J. If.Strickland. Wasdln Ellen J. thence E 723.7 ft., thence N 165
x. Shipp. .ohn L Etta . Day Lea E.Htarllng )Bessl
\\.Ike. Mrs Ruth D. W..dln.
;I J'ul"" Sumner.. Frank Waters. Carter. Margie M. Hlckmsn.. W. T. Lowe, Mrn Ellen Fogg, J.w.t C. Wilson Mrs. HrlnthaWnndln ft. to FOB; during the leg (
Sapp R Myrtle Oeo W. Lott, W. R. Harv.Y Mr. It H. I
Jemp.ey Wat.r. Cone pines Hill I Fowler, A Starling of gale I I19H.
R. hours on
Nlkl R John F Lecln, Molly 6
I. Sapp. Ward Cone! William FCollins Herring. J.Cr"ck.i. Fowler Carrie Starling Mrs Kate Willis. John C.
Charles .
,no Schonhant K arlcsJ. Calvin B. H.nd.ron. Gladys JAW Strickland. Mary KStrickland Watson Flak E. .
Jam, a
JI W. Mrs. Sydney Ward. ull. Acle R. T M. Lewis Annie L. Wllll E. Watson M. LANDRUM : \l:'
Imlth.. "Ir. Hutchln. law Blanchard Graves, J. A. Ela. T. FRANK I
I Wright, F.
J Robert A. Thomas E.w'jr.: k't'' "
r L"abelie Sap". Thoma. L W lllis. Mrs. 14111. Hay. M 0.20-3t-11.3. Special Master ; : Annie L. Manning, John C.Mitchell .,
St. A.
pete.11. Jr Richard Hutchlng"l Precinct No. Hampton -
rlrris. \ Den ( Jlu .nnl. VascoMaoselt .
Lulu" C. Y h, Ja*. (*. N. W.
Stone, Mrs. Vita
1 Herring.
Yarborou '
trri. A Johnnie R. SSs.LTduaeI Jessie Morgan Vida V. Af'IRSr
Rtewart. Theodore 1
Carrie A. Young. "* Hardenbrook. IAnni. Mlt.h.l.{ Lurlle B. A Alexander: Hadsell E. Parks, J HIioyum. .'D Smith Yarborough. "J cSmmfng. Harris
/ Mr 1 f.
I Kapp. Mrs Oeo. E Yenowlne. Stan R. E L. Hall. John Mldl.ton. W. E.etnerly' Adkln, J. E. Alderman, Mrx. Clara Floyd :
Con.rly Nolla D. Leroy Krannen Mae 0'0
E.alhe W Smith. William Yarborough Aaron Hall. Elsie Ad kin., Penny Aycox.
George D. Albert Myrte Holder, Lula Middleton Madgealter. Adkln, Clarlc H Brown, Thol.
Ai1Peg Ftaufer. Yarboroulh. Ru.el D. J J. Ftugg. Brown L
C. Frances Mart Olll.ruthird. Adkln. J, O. Brannen I
n' p J1.. A.Youn. Clyd H.mmln..a, MurphY. Emma J. W. J, W
r' Alice Thoma, J. Young Mr*. Mn. Dorothy Alderman, T I ned.nbau.h. 666A1dprYparatlons
Della j
K Manning
Thoma, Hayn.
La. :L Truby. Jo.epl J- Z 7elman, Lam f' R. F. Henry A. Mannlno. W. C.Dyal. (Continued on Pare Twelve)
; Tyler, J. Zelman. Saphie' B. O. llarr.ll. L C. Jr.. W. H. asdlietl.
.Carl i L Tyson. John ZoIthouUkl. JesterGad ,

I T.on. r





Andrews, Mrs. C. E. Knight P. T.

street. Almost a jungle. Little any outsider be Interested ? I with the Quartermaster Corps I lober( 7th.. 1844.OFFICIAL HEAL. ) A. J. Thomas. 1:' Knight. Ida 0 "

drift somewhere In France. He received Court.. Butler, C. C. Kllllngaworth, J. l l I'. .
patches of weeds here and thereIn Starke wishes only to per- I Aa Clerk of Bald J. U. K
Starke, Florida Butler, KUUIngeworth. J. {
Letter BoxDear other parts of the town. Evena haps In days to come, travellerswill his basic training: at Camp Attya.Knight for& Knlnht Plf. 1013-| t-ll3| Browning, Lettey K. 1,1".., :I I. .

little patch of weeds greet the largely use It only as a gas Lee, Va. He writes that he is Urown Brown,, Leroy Phoebe Klll'lnitaworth.M. Mlaa AI"1"!" I i, ', "I.I 'r". '

eye of all a well a the eyes of filling station to reach other getting along all right and enjoys iTIIH cmci'ir rornT ornRtl Butler. Sarah Kelley, Gertrude ia'! ' I. 1,

attractive towns southward reading the Telegraph.I >KOHI> (fOL'-JTY, KI.ORIHAOeraldlne Bryan, lr. G. P. Kerce, J.1I. {; 8"
Editor: citizens of the Jail Perhap"they more Wagner fttrl'k land. C Kerce. Ha'.I.' ,
Anl |
would like to come out and where the natural scenic at Plaintiff, va. Homer A. Strickland Crews Stafford L Hal': ;

My home town. Do( the cltlena make Starke a more attractive are greater. rinrriT COIHT BRAI>POHO I Defendant. Nu. 3359. Crewa (I. E. L Laaenby, Jessie Lee H.H"t'! ,!;!!,, I j' I
help traction APPEAR TO SUIT ',
TO "
FLU'UUA Crews FonnleDurrance
Laaenby. W. B. J
& take pride and( Interest in town. Why not clean up the Even the roving cattle of the The State of Florida to: HomerA. I> Lv.nder. James L. n Olt" ''II fc

It to make it a more attractive weed patches about town ? I Ruth Thompson a minor by W. Strickland. o-o Atlantic Coast J. F. Lily Edna
nearby prairies do a better job Line Railroad or No. 814 Pendleton la pp Elh
town-a town that all of us can I T. Brlstowe aa her next friend flukes, 8. L N an
have lived near Starke almost Plaintiff, vs. John Thompson, De- Street Waycrosa Georgia. Dukes T. L* Moody Obey p. Blerl"k! " .
of down the weeds than St.rrl'
be proud of? three years and I more than keeping i il fendant. Case No. 3353. You are hereby notified that In a Dowlnt. Mr. Rhoda Moody Fanle ? onn.. .

a friends In suit haD been tl..d against you Merrltt, F. M. t400therIand. I IJ'utrel.
In many parts I can see the surprised that the citizens as a do l their two-legged ORDER OF" PUBLICATION the above cause and you W. M.Oreen Merrltt. Virginia SOUlh er, E

oaks and other trees and little Interest in AND NOTICE TO APPEAR are hereby required to tie Jour Moody J. F. Sapl) rOd 1
stately I whole take S town STATE OF FLORIDA to: John written appearance In Snon'4: ,,, r 1"10
eul Mr Sarah
Moody. W. E.
varieties of tropical palmsto Yours Thompson, whose realdence ia '
of town.
many the appearance the with the Clerk of said Court Olbnon, Mlney Moody, Ferlna RflOwdep .

add to the scenic Interests of The tow Is reaping a rich Cyrus E. Beam, Unknown You are: required to appear on before The November nature of 13th.said. A.. D being 1944. (Irlmes, C. J. Moody, Joe Sap Stoke. [irJ.b B 8

the town. Route 2, Box 62A November 1944, In the above .I H Merrltt, Ida J. Stokes 'I
1th. Divorce. .
harvest of dollars from the many named cause, wheroln tor and the seal Howard, W. C. Moody Alton 1.0
But just take a little walk Starke, Fla. Witness my hand J Moody Leone Sheppard| ,
plaintiff seeks divorce.
thousands of visiting Iralfnr.1 of said Court of Stark., Florida. C. A. Jr.Johns gh'Plmrd M,I
Johns Moody Ida
.oldler. ,
County Telegraph shall
down the street from the court this 8th day of October, A. D. 1944OFFICIAL M. Shlvar. w Rib
their wives and friends and one this Order In next four weekly issues A. J. ThomaaClerk L Moody. Werdua A.
house northward. There are the SERVING IN FRANC ( John, H. Moody. Fronte 1,1.I

beautifully landscaped Catholic of these days such may largely Pfc. William O. (Bi) Tlson. Wltneaa. my hand and official Circuit Court.At Johnson, O. S. Moody MarlonMerrltt E L
John W. Johns A. P. Nan KfcS
Plalnttt'l ,
seal at Stark., this October Mu.kol ,
grounds-but-weeds to the right fade away.If son of Mrs. Julia Tison Starke, 7th 14.OFFICIAL Florida torney. | |' Johns, Mm. II. L Moody, Cheater narel J.

of them (looking eastward) anda folks are not interested in ha been overseas for the past ( ) A. J. Thomas, Johns, S. M. Moody Albert i'a' .
An Clerk of said Court.. IV rillCr.T COl'HT. nHADFOIlD Johns, W. J. Mlxelle, O. O.. .
wilderness of weeds across the their own home town, why should 1 months and Is now serving Knight & Knlaht. Starke. Florida (.(I'T., KI.OHIIJAl .: IHA.C. \- Johns, W. N. Moody, S. W. ''urn", t,' i'liar, 111 E

.. ( Johns, Minnie Moody Nettle ,I
-- -- Attya. for 10134tll3iv | | ":1 Tets f. .
NOTICI OF CLtCTIONJIFAS atntflietIi* and "n".tro that' tnatrlcta .Phat the follnu'ine amendment a* flee Pi. : : .( Fowler Plaintiff, va. Hoaa Johns J. 1,. Mohley Louis Th. ,, "

", ,,' n t.5lNtaftIa. 99 19** shall be .' a "" offottr lion 14 .l Article, til of the Constitution rnirriT rot ITT IIHADFOHDCOI"VTV Lee Fowler, jefendant. Case No. Johns Miriam Mlckena, S. M. fh ,, "' I, ,, WI.
> rear* and. the Senator from therortleto M the Slot of norM.. rrlstmito FLOIIlUtl I'MI II.1't- 3372. Johns, Mabry Ida ,. ,
.. ***. ( I"hec"1 Th ,'
nnrt 1HM o .
r > rwttt M' n o' I4nthi Dlntrlct elected and minlctoul, .o"- OF PUBLICATION Johns L. I
t unl.r count* KHV.Huth ORDER Moody, Mra. Ma \
WtM. of r'PtrMp11. r! *rn in Vofnt Rewvhiflr term *t twn ....... from th **f elamaIfteatton. ytrttfp TO APPI3AR Johnson Mrs. Ethel Ell "h"I' I
. .. *n ,
th Thelma Th.n
., to *
n "" "* "*tf>nr1m vtf th* General riectton of IH44 snit thpra.aft. I mntt town.*. rntt the ftme *.. T. Brletowe aa her next friend STATE OF FLORIDA to Rosa Lee K Merrltt, I. 1 ,'I I.

CnnvfftMtfnrt*. ...*.. ....of...** th HtT* *.*"Mi t.t.m. of Hw nor1rtii.. vot. .*ndth tfr .., maid, ..'n..... hell h. elected, for fvfieanrv h.P.h. trrvml In b.. <1 hnl) .>ihmltt Plaintiff, va. John Thompson, Defendant. Fowler whose r.etdencl la Unknown K el ley, n. J. McNenl J. *1. TO"K" i II I" .
a term of four evcent In *
< >
the Irrtnr* of r James
. . . ( Case Nn 3353. : Kelley, McCullough, Lester ,
.. .
'" ...JIeI "....... 'h.... .... .M- ..I ...,,, a riled In office office, Secretary StataJul19 n' rtnHrts. *t tho,. rirt1on tt cmDEH OP PUBLICATION You are required to appear on Kelley, Myrler McCullough, Mra. Mabel "" i h, .
''''"' ......". "" .....* .".._ UflW. 14 O 5"nri..natfv.. to Iw ,M In .'IM AND NOTICE TO AI'PBAH November 13., 1944 in the above Kelley, Llney N W "p ................ SflIr"Is .00'h ..... .PN. .: .for. nnrnvat. .. n r..rtnn that t. STATE OP KLOU1PA to: John mimed Court and cal"", wherein Kelley, J. S. Nettles D. Carl '
n th f 1nn 84 of Artlrle Thompson whose residence Is Un- plaintiff weeks. divorce. ITadford Kelley, Mrs. D.V.. W'II! \1"
f *itijr. .10..**..." ."*f tb.M .M rf...>Tn n Nettles. Mrs. Flora '
... A RrSOUtmON Prnno.lnt 'he Cnn.tfOtinn of the ntnte of F"'- kn"wn.: County Telegraph shall publish' this Kelley, K. I-. Belle W'I I'' '"
( ... JOI
.nr1 H1r, *ff ,* th* .mid f***"t ,<.. I
". &.......,. h. ..,.."' ,..... ,.. the 01rWI A.1 I.U"n 21 of Article, V nf. the I'i'nw.. .m."de .f t .. You are required to appear onNovember Order In next four weekly Istues. Kelley, H. C. "
of th. ..tqt. .. th* Ornrml "'1petIntI 'sIII1 4 .t""o the State of rlorMa 13th In the abofre Witness my hand and official W.I' I I un
1Ir........*..*. ,latin. .,". 1. OlitrlcU' and Jutlceof > qi,1 M The l>"1.iinir .h.nuniform named Court 194.aule. whcreinplaintiff seal fit Starke Florida thin October .
,,. Peace ..,.."". .a *v.t. of ro intv seeks Bradford 12 (
divorce. ,
wow T n">wro,,rnf I q A nw"Vof 194.O'J'iCIAL Precinct No. 8
".... .t.... *tM.. of .... .. .. 1"1....". RI n Ra-iot vrn BY THFf a nd .1..1 ".."..." "t. whlrh shall. County Telegraph shall publish thIs ( AL) A. J. Thomaa -Brooker

.1.. tt.r.h4.... ".'I... ..... aCFNVRAL .ATURf or THF STATF or 'iKlTITflAt He nnnllrnhv e..*-nt '" e.._ "h. Order In next four weekly Ixxuea.Wltnexa said Court. .
I' Ir'T'Olll.m follnwlna' amendment totlon ".. b"rat ". *\...1.l ,lava .. "."v,..' 0 rrnov my hand and official R. H. Duncan Jackaonvllle Florida A Oreen, Rachel '! ,t.

h* ...M In **.... *wit. Inon rt.u44a. tl of Article. V of the Constitution .'. ,har..ltpr he rovM, .rt hv th* l*..- aoal at Stark,. Florida this Oct- Atty. for Pit. 10ll3-4t-3l3 Andreu, K. n. ()rimes, Nancy Mutt Mr.rl",.
ot < Florida he and ( '" that be 1ncnn,1itent therewith I 1<
the t te ot mia
Tii*.it.. .,* Pledger
. the wime I* herehv to and the W. Un"r. '
In MonH > "> Eleven
< >- A O 44 the (Continued from Page )
**M ........<,. ".,"* .... mama halt. he "uhmltted the nnallflert r'Imin, office rereUfr State Andrews, lone Gray F. E. 1.01/. '
lertorw' .at the general election, to June 10 194%. o &
rVCNTH OAV 0. Nr>VMBCliot Atkinson, C. Gray, Mrs. F. E.
1944 for ratification. or 'election."Section Buy 1 urn. Floyd Hall Sallle Parker, Edith IneiKahme. 1 MiN. i I H
t... pa..11..1... nr r1ctlon n h* \11 Allen, II. Q. Oroover Alberta lii s. ,
.*.M Joint N*..>.1ntlnn, .....".,.in* .*nnn'ment II rtirre haM b. nnt mnr A "ni.UTtON ProrxMlnir .iAmen Drown, C. J. larper.nnlc.. H Allen, Mrs. H. O. Green, n. "

tn th. ConKtltutlnn of the Stt then five Justice D'c' In .achoountv J"N.. Sl. and teflon! ....vnof Brown, IeasleBrannen n.Y.. Jr. Atkinson, Minnie Oano, Dowlna 1cUln'ir'' !
rioHde and ther b ,.. one Article Irvin l>f th. rv>n,tlmt1otl of hicks, Olin V. Hah me, Mrs Clifford tf It I'
,natlcs. of th. Peace ..." ."' t h. St.te o. florid Ril...tln" lii h.. H. A. Hall, C.Y.. Hhoilen, Willie Brown, A. Ilaien, a. W. Newton itaipnNkhllu '

A JOINT rvnnm n. th. District' W"1 shall h. offlc nr (oti* Term of Office Pi-r on. Aooo'ntedor Brown Mrs W. N. Home Pearl Howell, Henry Barry, L '. Ilodire, W. K. w"p"" "
"lnL'"H .eaExlutlo* Justice Districts, are Ctixtwl tn .VnrniHw. In rlectlv Boyd. J. J. Hlnson, Bert Itowell. Viola "
Amendment ., Brown Mrs. M. E. M.J
| Artlolp ,
"" O". but Lea lalatitrema . 11 Byerley Mildred Hall, Eliza Ruth Reno, 1 Ja.un. (
0.p of ...1. n'l. C7n", 9nM Cnnvtlriitlntlrr Flor.ncl Brown, M. C. !, W. H.
o r."I'"to ".t" ". br from time to If ma.rhan. Brown, Llnnle Hlnson
T.. Rahme
rr Rr?'r) BV i.FO".A.Ttrpj Baxter, J. P. Hazen, F. B. '
t .t". ]
.. the honnrtarlea of anv such District Brown L* D. \Voodrow Rhoden LevlRhoden 'Inhol.'", Er
t r nr STATF rLOWTTtAThitt Baxter W. O. flaxen AmerlcusHodge ,
I. r .. hraftr estshllahed, anIma T Bedenbaugh L 'ail Kelt jnlk
now W. Carl
'. .. Halek, T. .
or Trrr BTATT or A' D nv smendment to ) L Brown W. L. John
T' fn-lnwtn ....*,..".l"m., ..' -bl.. n. or ahtfsh anv siich" Mon I ,.. "I.' T nf ,..'. XVTTTof Boyd C'ary (Mrs. Halek, Mrl. W. T. HIMdon. Coatxy Barry, L. W. Hazan,, Minnie ] L, 0
or ". I'lrt Marvin 'InhnlKtet
tfon t nf Artl"l* DC nf Ih* Cnn tltiltlnnnf h..t .I""C. ">. of S t.t. ofPlorlrt Hall, Mrs. Debbie Hich. O"orMeBpdenbaurh. Barry Mattie Hodge Winnie Ron
Provided On.I"t..
4 rtnHdii nit however .. ..t Ruth Hayes, O. A. L Innolxter.' Annli'arrl
rlntn tn tntfnn .. m It her I.Ilan Kuxter U. W. flaxen Mrs. W. E.
ch shall heiihmttted fc theoennle h ,
n> > t. .
the **m. I. hrhv *m?**<1 to *. .hTV. hreferendum I .._ ..nif 'h. wtn. shall iK.led Mrs. Etl.Hardy, William Rahme M.rle Brown, KeattaBIOHS flaxen O. h 0 I. M,
"hmittwt IB. *i*... nf th. ..* of an. eountv sn affected 't .h. auMlflmt .>.r.nm of the Brown Laura nel. Hardy Douglas Khoden Mra. W. E.Rivers Leila Mae Hodge, L. E. nrrl8h K 8
.. at the next ensuing feneral1e qta Hohn, Louise Mra. F J. Mra. Easter- arkei", ,
rinrMit t rwtds Haynes, ,
rMtifl flnn nr r1ctlont ., .*tlnnriled' for ytItt..atinn re Hloxs Frank Harrell it!. U.Howard. c I
I .. . Boyd Ernest Hines FannieJohns Samuel W. Parker, (
a 1 ,
n* n..1 rtectlon heldtn -.n. at the nay$ .nalI..C r .
ISiS s.. fo,nw.' t h June 10. tn "'f. Setl a Stats l ..t lii to sal' tTint. ?*... .. ff DIrt, Mra. W J S HUI.el. Barreld. O .L. ,H.H.L.H. Parker Linnllnh"l .

III.ctlnn I Th. f.*iH.t.tnr* hiin. nmwM II nit T of Ar>lp1e Vvm of Con."tlrit'on Bedenbaugh, 'Or'n 1 B. Hlrfleld, L Hough ' Mm 1 to
*or a uniform *" ennui. rt nftTsflnn .., th. ..t.t. nf norlds h. Illume, Johns, Mr*.. MinnieJackson Slade. Oliver Baxter Lucll. Hodges, Dennis bed la'nirlsh
*vent that .. nrnv* A JOINT RF.SOt.tmON Pronn 1n. InAvnpnilm.nt ampndpd Mail .. follow* 1.'ugff. Dewey W. R. Saxon, J. H. Boan E. Hough, M.Haztn .1 I
for netl r..t. p..w lnfn lht* to A rl..l. V nf th* Constitution ertfnn I. Th. term of off!"* *nr Brown, Carl J.. Johnson, Mra J. F. Swindle.. W. Itrown Leroy H. E. I'utlgruu I '

f rnnrr hlit ...... .ne4.1 rf. or ..... of ," adilln therein .HIV nnolnte tn fill v.r." *!.. .nof Burton H. L). Johnson. D. W.. S.ixon, Geo. W. J.own. L. A. Jr. Hodge, H. Y. )'urrlHh Ou>

;, .huff. not *ircn tv ntlll* .. ifnl* sn Additional' Flection. Relattne., tn Ihap1pf.ttnn th.,'. o.flc.. ii.. tM..Con..0tfl Burton, Mra. H. D. Johns, ,.. ,\. Smith, John Mrs. Horchle Hayes, N. O. Jr. J'urllp\ "' F

Ta r of ... a.-.q v*,.*..,. .iiehnf.nlhl of State .I.. .... Jitda II't'rIaInal . .h.f1 .-.."" "ala...M tha tlr.t 'Uurl .
,* nron.rt .. that. *. Courts nf Record and Cniintrollcltor ThI.dqV .aft.t t**. M.AiiV In Burkhart, Martha ..Inhnx Stella Sullivan Josephine Baxter Beulah Lewis Harrell, J. C. 'ndgelt. .\ 1

fo .any nhttffntlnn* -..,.. .". eitcent the Jud""* and Solicitor Fs.esmhta . ,.... nell ..ft.r .'.. election. mil ]hlrrik. W. It. L Johnson, Iteliecca Smith Rebecca Bruwn, Dotihla H.ColHon Hough, Carl }'oik. '.'lift"
th nf Reenrd ot
*. nWd of tm" V.. nthr Hen th* Court .,11.1iflfi of wt...e*..or 'V. P. Johns, Merrill Smith, Kthel C Hazen, V. V. 'nlk (Oil

'...'$.1... "." .._I. an. I.,,. V....CnuntTt."..,... and..n.Provldlne nf witch for Offle fillIne *-* ."..1... 7 -n all. ..w. nto ..,....,... Hlrt, Mary Lee Johnson, KHBO! Saxon. H. Y. O. n. Harrell, Lucille I're', ,HI \
rhit*. of not .,.* ..n twn is ,, the Mil "....nM_ In nfft". mir ....... Dirt, Eugene Leroy Johns, Marion H. Saxon H. V.Swindell. Crews Wallle Hodges, 10, W. ]' , I' 'hi,
the after
.m. nn th' dnl'.. mihl'.h ....n h. Pln First Tiiesdav ''.1 h, for that n. Af .... ....... e Johnson John C. Mra. Ethel Crews, C. .1. Hazen, Mr. FrankleHazen } .1'' I
'..*..h'. st the tlm ..." mnrtvi*** 'r. Mnndnv b" In fh Jsnuar 1949 end hv Jon'Irmatlnn Aoootnfmert -- .. ... ...,... ..,... tint tpt'Isl Clark. Ada Johns, Saxon Ellen ('ol.un. Ar&ona. Alph A. 'nhell)' I F:. .'
dd of tni.t nr nther 1ln !a. ". h. Ih Senatenr O".mn .N.p th. ". .."..,. in Jinusrrr flIT' t'haxen. James Ira Johns Adele Saxon, Annie 1111" Hazen, Emery ,
*nfd for *.rit.tlon .nM t*. to h* itrh? ....,,," Chapman Ruby Junes Ethel John T.1 Crosby, CIlrl..a M. I>. l'I'h.U ,
Itmt nf nil. nhr Infnnnntt ****** ._. r "" n,. BY i.ww f WHTSf .
Mrs. B. F.
rilpIt I"rank } M P
office Secretary Slot fhapman, Deney Thornton Sm)th. LroHby.
rt "... ."t.tnia.. .. T. _*0t .. 'Article OF, T "''TI OF FTOnTDAThat nfth TltNM_n_ .ti4._. o Ch"'Aln. ". .John.'nh.u ln"A '' ......' nnnuAV,1 II. H. Hazen. J.:. J. (Mrs.) I''Jdl'\ I \ I
rstn nr th t nllrtitherefrom. Cn".t"n i demons Alvin Hazen H. E. Mrs. .
Chuxtaln : ( ) I'nrk
Johnx Zell Slado, VernonSweeney i
may. h* nnortlnnit hfh. Suite nf Florid fc hsddlne lirK' .81.
T .titre *.." hil h* *vM.*.lve nf thereto *n additional section. A tTOfwr wnQnf.TTrrov P*.n" fn.f toerfltiittnn Chesiter Johnson, Maggie E. May lone. Clyde E. Hazen, PurvlaHazen I'nrrlihParrlHb M.Mi.:
.r' *nI..4 .. S Ar" '. al Chaataln, Carlton K Saxon CleoSummera I. I. II.Hazen I
*, "f.t Cn mf" "trlet a.4I'ftw.trtnal n known as Sirtlon 47 of aald ArHel ."" t.
.. .. ( Ella Mae L. H. Minnie demons, lr H. IT. A. O. Plliklii, I.
t.v*. ..n4 h11 nr*.crn> .1.ln. f. the election of ftafeAtf ", th* lt. nortd 'haltaln. Kakhrelluer. L .
II. H.
PPI.In.l n..aIqIa.'ma1r Cowan, A. N. Kalch Miss. A. E. Lester Crosby, Barrel, Guy 7
.. ." ._ of Crlmlnnl Conrta 5 Slade. I'Illlll I
*"*,l HiHon..I.t"e, "nil .. .1 hntH 9 w.MM ., Reenrd and. Cnttnrr SollHlor ,.;- 1? flIliOT' 1V ?"?l I M. Cowan, Ola Kalch, Carrie E. Rmlh. Roy Crosby, Mrs. Llllle Hodge, W. L. I'urk.1. .

""d n.r.n..1 ... .".. ".nt th. Ttiri** and Solicitor of th* r.A'f' nl T' flTATT OF p'nw1YA' I) Kennurd' Mra. J. B. OertrudeSlade Crosby, Mm. Thelma Bodl' Truby I'arrlHhPipkin" ftpcK,

*. IS. v.Mint.*. ".. .law fnr."".. "oiirf of Record of Fscamhla. Count** lh.* fvtf nn 5 of A<*4't* trm ofh Dvl. tr. D.Dicks L Clnda Crosby, L B. f. R.. Mrs PMf'l'

.1..1. ... '.. snit th* aan. >. I. hrehv areed and r."n o* tH*.flt.t. ... Flnrr Mra. Mary Lester Ira Smith J'lvaD"nnIHon. Column, A. Hayes, Ruby Polk Frank RI'olk

....a ... .hart.hIe.. I.., ..' ..h..n h. siibr-Ote* tn th.. *tectnr Of .. .. Connt Cmm.m'M** C. M. I.moreaux. Emma Stone, Clara Crews, Edna Hazen T. C. Allle Ra.

bv the Oovwnor. M." ... State of 1"..<. 'n r festl .n nrctlon h" .nf1 thn*--!. In hr.". .m.n''.'' Dennlxnn, Avery C. Lmoreaux. J. U. Stone, Ethel CasHellM, Alvin Harrell. Mildred Palmer. Nevada
.e I at .* Oenor l riectlnn, t I and ". **. f> a *'. ojn* shall Dyal Mr*. Thomas Slade, Lula Crosby Colonel A. Hicks, Robert I'olk Audnpj

94rn.4 f Offfc* Bt tr .. held nn th* first '.... .mOaT ,. h* .ithi'..0.'f .to .*1f io4.w. of th* Dyal, It. F. Lester, Maggie Bertha Cassette, Nancy Hicks, San ford. 1'arrlnh Raymond

Mar .10 104* .e.t.1 0 "-. Monday In Nov..mbe 1944. folet1nn ..t. wnt .* ."fh. r**.*... ..1**. Dyal I. Ruth F. M Iharpton. A. L.1. Carlton, K. H. Harrell, Eva Ilrrllh. lIre ''lur

'"- fn .. |"." .. K. h..** Oval. Mary n. Mattie Simmons, Mra. A. B. Cnoney !-". Harrell, hula Od,1

... H "tf Attorn-wr Ti .**.. 1fl44 fy ....-.t... ........."". 't"" urlng. C. A. Jlanlre., Mra. Mamie Saxon, William A. Campnan Ella Hodges, Ruby Poi'terfl, '
A _" ., thy ,"rtvwfnfil ...$, II of A ,,. vill .. am.nd.1.'ha' 1h..d Campean. Alfred Mrs. hi?'. R.Harrell. .
.nf .n.'nN ...,.... rvmrf*) of |% .. a.w.amp 01. D. (>. Claude L.Manlre. Smith,, Mrs. Wm ]t. Hodges, R
a'>#| th...,... ft A" T. !. VnnH'4i .. 5oI..ft..aa l.-p-t 0.. ,.,- an.I ? ..aIt .. 8flIfi5 Durham Pearl C. It.Manlre Smith, Martha K. Casseln, Beatrice J. C. (Mrs.) HUH. LottlHu
..Ih.t" th trt I. Htnr of Court of l" of *** Dennlson Cora Lee Collins, Vera Hodge D. E. 'I' .\
| ".,. . **to. 9. Thr shall on Stella Smith, William Harry flogero.
.1 A..nnptfnin..i ....fmh'a <*o.iri. ....n h... t** "",n. Ca'nnT-fan.p I, ....." 0.a'iv. Durham Cleveland Frank Sam Crosby E. B. Hazen, V V. (Mrs.) itogrrr < W
MM bv Amn. **'* .pvi" "' ***rt4aMrf fcv **.. .. 1frl..rfr .t...$...of thai Cat, Comai..4nn.'a df.1. Douberly. Van O. MichIl., F.Mlxon Imlth. I Crosby, Lydia Howard Beulah .". V'ann.
ArHrlr Ev.lyn
_,, n .-.nh.. .. f'auaP.rtnrll > .... 0" 1 ....lwattVa litfllrlfil Hwil or*- ,.. *..." mfnrv.K ..l.I.4, .... .ta .hsfl Davla, Oscar Emma Taylor Mra. F. M. Carlton Mra. Vida Mae H.rrIM. D. L. ItuHr J HRIIHK

District. 4aat.. fl p a a ... a ... >fh.r 4tat and C.un. official ir. ..|,* .".r..rfj on. .. 0.'* ...**.'v. .n4haH K Mat<'hel. M. M. Thomas, A. O. Crosby, Madeline Hodge. Mra. M. I* Wilt

Count* .. a .."..f". .nl flIOI.aa.I .tM"Thff. h* oa ....rttr .. "... ** ..1'o Kaxtln, Eula Kate Turner, A. 1. Clark, \V. I. Hardy, Charles (Mrs) Hlmer W '

Daat..a.. r.. .. and Oulf Count'.. ". ei1.>M*..n r** ****. ArM.. nronorffnn ,. nn... *" 7*. Klland Fred D. Match.t S. H. Turner .. Ava Colaon, Clara hardy Heba Lee IUm>. SI Ir.. Mlonl'l
. ..a... ',4a.l..., 'loant nf Cmn'w CAfiimtS In th* Cnson, James A.
.. "...,. niMrtrr I' ( Co'.rt. I' I. Klland Ruth Townsend W. K. Hicks, Bernice fluster' \
: ... ,......., >.*mfw l ir* nu-Attr ... tram Hm *OMm M.t. I
PS rv r-nrr n. q5 fwriwow I .. r. Pha F Maynard. Mra. M. L. Townsend Nora demons, LewlaI JloilRe, Mra. H. T.Hod Rogers Mn\ M[ B
V .'f. ..TT *>w rt.oTT ii .. ...."'*.. *** .*.* r>'M*. *>f V..v\r'. . fit Pha hnttnrftart.. *.f .,*. ..115.yI.1q Ford R. D. Morgan, E. K V > /r M. L.Hazen ItohlnHonyUI I I II'[,
T.. th* fnl-nmfntf en>.n..n4ot tn r.**.n'hli.. C'Min. ."i.n K. I..I. .* S..M. C o it 0shall t ( .mtwolnn*. Ford, Doswy Meailn: Mra. Francis Van Mra. Edith I>yal, D. D. Jla111: Koblnaoit N '
.. . Ailtne.
"* fl.a 1 Wle.I.fl t<*4* *> nf Artlel nf .h.. Cnt0t">.'. Forsyth, Joe Meads, Mra Fannie Van Culver HodKe HUSK EiirnwHUMS :
t. .. Ftre
arm andof
U' of at tim. tne
1. .tt, .f SInrIAa relwtfir ... enMM h. fr jt is- at.y tha I. ..... .I. the Forsyth, MaggieFrederick Morrow, M W. W Dyal SallleDyal. Howell, Jr". noelta .T T.
!M-orttAn nnt ...twn.t1n. Omnl ' Januarr 1040 for S .. .>. .fi.f vnHMa....11 hold'itt' i nr (I. C. Morrow, Mra. L. W. Watterson Martin I.. I Jr T. D. Howell, Utlgero XVMIIeKohertr )

*n. otr...hnhn. .int1** .. ththlrtvnlnth "a -*.. PnitI.A 'h.. *h. .nm". Frederick, Mra. O. C. Morgan Jessie Wilson ""ater.on. John W. Dourlas. J. >? Harrell, Annie OmarKoilgers
f-tnt ..*ntnrlM*"* .,. t *m f*** of .**t** of an. .tnt..n. ... .rf ., ...a. nir. O May Wilson F. \ A. B. Juke. W. M. Hardy Charles Jr. lIar>

mw.r<4 Conittv .. .... ." .40..aan.4aI **. .+f'. ti.r.*ft..r nnolntiMfi ..-TevJtjrHr ,in .. ..ifi.1 ..-. fnr Or..n". H. C. /anlr.., Charley Wynn Lacy J. J. A. Hicks, Ml til Uertruda Hobln."a "yd'Oe.
ni.tret ."I r*.1hntmOiitf .. .nT of **.. ..***_ kf*,. vntx tlnntv. vr .tnt .tT,..*.I.4 1044 frnvn Ollllx. Thomas Man'r.' Lmilxe Leola Wynn I* A.. ..., C. C. Hall Hutivlla Hnblnxur AdaHoliertf

r..,..V< ... fnrt--ftr I"9tttnrlll ".It rvrvt h.Tt.nr1i.w1 h_". A.. .... nrfff t-mhr4 4l.4.1a4..hT1 .>. frttin. Hester Maxwell, Mrs. Ida Wynn Lonla. K. Pukes, R. K. Howard W. i P _
flI.,4,. *.. .nm. !. '.rr.. <. nr.w nf ..,,eh **, rtrtr .. .lamea Dukes, Oracle L .
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t. .. r fnftr v. >t. .a ** tv t luY. Matkln Mr,. J. W. Watterson, Mra. Mary Howard Robert" 1.01.
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hrhv . mid fli ToA th .
vrd nth- *
tn *. .f. P. Dukes, Sallle
hafl top tn.y .n ' E. May, Martha Jovce Lorene Hodfte, T. It!. RobliiHon Midre
(h. *letnr. nf riofor r.M .t< ."..." Tetntviiw !"<. .n r>* IllIa"a = Irltln.
n HHt n n* A* .0 this D Meyer Mra. Lillian Wiggins TI. B. Dyal, Theo.OouKlax ] Wlnfred M. Runs, Lolo
*f ,... fl..T in_ .. .""..... .... 10. .... n" .an.I ::.V fay. lalen.
.In . 0a.4Ih.tf0 .rfr1doffice W. H. If iva 13.Harrell Irma
el .. .'> iH H .a. ftr- hall Orltln. May 1. Wlirirlns, IdaWadxworth Mrs. Ruth HU M,
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I E. Dyal, Loyd Francli
**_ Va$0..ttln K*.* l.y. May O P. 31 O. RUHH.
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Monrl.r tn N"v... 4. .. fnl nn PAM. fn* aOl.. *?nn..r **t. "Mft ,' SecreUrr of state Hover PearlOav J"lr"Mor. J. W. Williams M. M. Davis, Lent Howard Mrs. Virginia Kuulerion, AtOll

: *.. .. Mi.. lIlt< Emily Moxelle K. Wadxworth. France Dukes, C. j RUHH. Leila 31.1
I. |>*4.1.tinw Ih* "_ TI MnnMAnv '
.. In r,,.*, lnn A ,-. .. 3aa...-. 1941 . A Jonrr RP2nT 'm" Oelger, L. M'ulluMh. J. O. Williams, Charles Dial,* Johnson. Ernie s
twin ".. ... .. Cn--* A"sadrnent to .: E. Saab Williams Hamp Dyal Thelma Jones, Mrs. Oertle A. B.
.- .thll tnf a' nv-avtofnn fit AstIr'. ot . "eIM..r. Iv.rft McCulough Itrr.nrY.
**t ". th..rftr ..n nnnrflithe .. .Mf-f 1.', herewith I. hereby PIP11.4 '4ltvfn" .". State v .. "n".... Williams, Oeorge Douglas, Ruby Johnson, .. W. Eha\ (M

rnr*.*nttlnn tn th flennt* . ".,**t tI".... to A. ,,.,.,,. nf ._..... I. Ir.en. P. E. Newell, I. N. Wiggins, J. II.Wailsworth Dukes, M... K. Joyner, H. E. L.
htl ...n>.t.4. fnr ..nn fill enntnrl Ia tfftc !.rretarp aol thA Cn.0nn Tare.. Lola M. Nuwel Jessie U. P. Jr. Dlxson VlrgleDouglaa Jones, Victor Stoke", NU
., ri'vtHi iiiteh. rXf $.rtu h* a. *** 1* 194.1 0 S. Sddl..q ,-... Addftlooa, ,. Oscar "Vater."n. Mrs.. K. B. Lloyd Jones, W. B.Jonea SUlrenrY. JShaw. .
t "i'naMe. f I" ..I" f Orlfflx, Inea Parker Robin Herahel Dui'ranee, J. F. T
ftarlv *niiJ ,. nnnnlMtlon .* niettr r,," "t Mattie A. William II. HF

hl. "... nn r...* .h." h* o'lv"- A f ,..a.4ns am..Ima.t 'ray hop.t'. ... lt5t. nt P0nat41. .. ( fmnt1. If Perry T. J. Wvnn. J. C.Watteraon Davis Kdlee ,Jones, Thvjpmon Stokes, C'; i
fn mvn iirh nnnrtlonmnt. .n* ... .n' flhmfl ti.. hailV' It. Perry, I.uclndey Nannie Duke, Beanie Jerrell, Bennett W. hlul, ('
.. ... II ot O.. fit It' CiltPV. MV ,... Mall, I". Prevatt Duvla, Oeo. W. i{ HUa'awdry
N..4..9 ahall hv nn *ntn- -.. ** '... P.'ann.. ,'iC t.PPl. F. .1. H. K. B. Jerrell, Vandell .
> Mnn In Water..on.
-" ..... rt.en1. .unit Ofchn .." .... .. Ultrh. ..Ph5 ... .t.. e.a.. r..". 1imnnl a4 UViaI.. Hail A. Plrk.r. 10h'. I C. Boats Jones, Myrtle I''W.I
4. R..1t4..a oaf .
h .
"' .. . .. t 0.flIhI .. .t.. Af ., vs,. r*..,. ". ..... .... Hall, Debbie 'J. lrawdry T. L. Eha'I(
.. tlt * ".,h'.7 a a n P .4 a .. ......... omtv 110. Id.l. Williams, J. I.. Jones, I. Tyler E'el
... ._..h.vat flII . .. R.iart flahn flIst0t, ; H. N. Perry Williams Idella Dues, K rn.
.,. Process nf T.._ snd 0.* T .l a> Wolofal T.. 1.1. .. Carnela l.rr'I'
,1.f. rn..a.. In.... ahan aa.. .1 n-t*...* fHt lthni.t !.. fnn>- ..-IM .. flhnI. fl'.tfi and M" 1.1. Lynn .ar'.e. Ola O. Wllllamx, William R. Drawdy Ardel C. S. >(
.... i.fH 4n.... .H*' 'i_ Angus Davis Mr W. K.I.y. H
*n. ".....",fl" h. t w.. tm th. Wleht nf Perry, MaielPerry Williams, Mr. Mary Mra. C. S. "' n
"'.. *n4ft c.,...,. 'ia4 ".I, r... ',,.?,.. P. TVorlt as....?!.Mot Be ".xt. P .. M .n' .y '..n,. Mall EllxaMall. Orndy L. "Warren Mra. M.Wtlllnmxon. E:: I"y., O. C. Sur",'"" lInt. A.

nnrids a hull. P.t*... .. API..4. .. nf Kfevwhert.ln . ..i...01, .u.rht np",Im". Lllllnn LuareeMartllne Prevatt, Mrs. Clifford S. Edwards, TommleKdwarda Kfley. C. A. Snl'f', itoir! K
""" "r4' C-aaw4.I. "._. i T "hor nowb,5 .. Ella Penrce. Eva C. F. Nra
nr WTaa.55n..IIO an. Plot" .. I'!. L. siai>i)
.nd a t '" aa.a. ".. th* ,. . .. In "e tt', C'on-t'btio'i Mall, Jessie M. Mallv "'III.m.on.. Olle Edward, J. V. ,
'I* t.ah..aI.atI..n s .... the Mra. O. C.
ne am..on.
p. ..,...n ..l ., .h. ..._ -. I' .. ,. .. Iona. .1! Kel.y. I I.\lr'If Ihl
.'n. .rft.. that th* flwht of r-"nt.* eso _'Pn' .n".. '" 0 .._. H.I. Sallle M. .r., Carry Wynn '\\'lllamlnn.. W. 1-Mwarda: F. U. Mra. J. It. .
nttlnn th* t>n n< p..n ortfv .>. C'fi11aip111 nf all tat_ I'i W. B.Mlckx Kdwurdx Mia. F. B. K.I"y da
.. Collective' !* narealn Shall B* Pref "... th Mra. J. J. James C. 8ha"m
*nit hftl ,v thrM* f q t .. ..._"" ha. addt,.PT'I.hn0.t' .. "t Pl'wMa. WooHrowHome. John H. J. I Kdwarda, J. V. Jr. .lame F. ''ar a
**ntiitl<*.. **ch nt fh. flv* nnvt nnnil th..p.tei aA4lfa.ql VT. 'Val. V.rdl KnlRht. 1'1"1111.
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W"C tit Poarxall, Ralph Kilwardn, A. A. '
110 U A. /'
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loin *mtnMM 1 l* 5.arSaa.ttv.a . . s ,IIw K.I"y.
nn< .. n. SIT. AW o. 't'i 13 . 1 a.4 l.a. Mall, FreemanHlcka Parker James Ormona Williams F. Kdwarda, Mr*. A. A. Talmadge C. Stoke" I B
each nf aa.$ *tht** "I' '. 1 ,
.. hat 0.. Ina.l..a4m."t. 5P- "wfH".. . "" Clarence Pope Alfred Y Edwards: Mra. J. V. Sr.iveiley Flora Stokes. .I.e,*
n' ,
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onm.tniiv entin ** end nn* t > .hm.4 A "
tn II..
tve of .. o* the .* .*nm 'OIPIP"fl of fh. a.... nfnf r.4A."ana S'la,9.p f *"p "*.*. "' P'lnpt.ts Hicks, Doris I'erry, Lem Fred Yarn Tlden Kdwards, Mra. J. V. Jr. it Sapp. (lt. )IatthtIJeItCI

.emttttl. e, ......* a'"th* 11 th. neetsrsttnn nf Rl.htssf .- ... 't-'IIon St mi Kndlcott, James K. Lewis, L, R. owell. ):

U tfne of .nnnrttonmnt "!**I sM Cn*.stl.tton. h* end th* stna Sfia-fl. . ... .. F Lewis, J.V.. $tokr5, 'r'A
Ih* t.*.t....tiire. f-n, to unnnrtlnn. th* hrh *_ to nd ..'o* halt P15. 50- .. fl..4.".,"''.... I" *.. Precinct No. Fowler I. S. I.ewln, E. .. Stokes,
rorenttlnn tn Co. fln end he auhm.$' . th. tlr.>*d *,.. '1 .. TMllm.- .. 6There Fowler C. F. Lewis Mra. E. 1 Stokes, Ab.ia

tno Wolf** nf Rnp*.*nttlv. at to.. nf th* Sta.a nf rt Hita fnr ..U. ertfon. It I. Prom ." ..fter 3Ini,. Fowler W. H. Lewis., Amanda Stakes &

9.fIt.r **.>|... of fh. f_.,.fir* .1 1a fwe .fton a, saI.'tlnn .t th. nvf *ns>.ln* ,.. 1 I54 the Cm... .T.. A 1lnaon. Willie Mae Phillips, Hazel "wl..rF., S. Lewis, Lula Mae T
nf the Mn>- tt.a 4p,4aaa4 ..1 VlmrMn. .. f. .. arS thatsTftm 'ounlv PIt.h.wn.wt' Alderman, H. O. . F. Louise Fowler L. A lewis, U O. Tyler, WThomas.
s* nf ftaelsrstton lehtsth a. Pla,4.1 o Pr.vat. Frlpp T. R. BThomaH
W '
Ann h* th nf th t* l shall a"! .. Clyde E. C.
.." nf nwn..4 tO, Alderman, Nellie Paul B. I-nR. ,(r'd
in nf th* tst. afl I ... 8't Pravat. Fowler O. W. ,
.h ,.. l.ha4 Hall, Clyde John M. ,
..,. T. 1..I.t.. (.h..#..,.... ., ...* h amended . t reed asotlnww hI'a'. tt'Pa... . I.. .. Co"'..*. .Alderman, Oeo. Iln.o. Henry Phllllpa,, John Mildred Fowler Harvey Lewis. Malcolm Thomas, %s'IrI.7' Al".

efther tn SnH.l rt**"'.r .' $ ... C." I'bonI ,Andrew. William ... Madison Pac Fowler. Ernest Lumpkln, C. E. Thoma", Sannl. C
o lfiap4 ... Hal. "am. Mra. Gertrude -
-.. th. .*"*"*..Mon ". ",__ It ffo shall He elh. ." flltIna. lo.aI.l. T." Andrew, Calvin Forayth Seeber Lewla, A. W.' ThomaH 0 V.
5.a. und ...* Rn.i. nfie to b* twfee ,a't tn fonar. fo "hnol n'I Eta Hamilton, LouIs B. Feagle. K. C. Mra. B. C. roniinson,
I riere'n nmvli14l 1.. t1.-si n\e nfnns*. ItO? ennnn4 tn Sal I T. 0.U11 th Alford. 1 W.Batten Ileraey Malanar hr.vatt. Mamie .Jones Forayth, Mrs. SeeberFowler I.n8. i... R. 'romltn'' JoM I

"-pa.41... ,.tl1a.' rtt _o.' ..lmtxM ... h. .a witness) aanilnsthimself '. .L.I.... and .4.... B Hardee, Henry RRaley. Charley Lewis; Ovid Noat'
eta,. ._ h 4. 4 of Nf. 'Imp I. D. L.Raley TomllnnnL.B ,
der *<
r.. w.h.h.a.V ahaji nnr I. th..afMv ..ap, is.. ..wlf.M5 W. C. Hunter, Roy D. Zonle Frlppal Elbert Lewis, Mra. R. P.
Bn t Vn .eo* *nnnrtnnmntof a-P. nr rMI-'a setthnut ..,- .. -. mo'i5 +11'- .an4 Baker O. C. (Mr.) Hlnaon Woodrow D.le Fowler Alex Long, Rob.rt Tyler C TTlllman. 1. B

tnr*.*ntAtlv. tn th. sjn- end ., lewnnr shall t>rftH>._ -'n ft. C'w'nP, T.. As-ar, ._ Brooktn, OrvllleIJatten. Hlnaon Bstella Reynolds, L Fowler 1lr.. I. S. lIra

f" th. Roim. nf Ror*.* ..Henntro" ".t..c t wlthntlt fust nnvonss T. "mat.d I, IlPswloh I f' .. alm.Oon Claude K. Hall. Louise B Reynolds, Roae S. Fowler, U A. Ln.. ?; Mrs. Ninie'iIell. Tyler. C
eltfht wOrk shaft rtnf 4 .
In mikln "neh ennoetlonmefit nf nersons tn ir.
la.,4.,. fl'wM. I.. Bat..n. Albert Hall Laura Fowler Mra. E. S. Lee Thomas Tvler, '
fn Ih th t 1.tnrhT1 I mt4 ot shrMd aeenttnt ASPI.mPf nin Pp III 1 Sullivan C. L I.
IT.I'i Fowler
*v. < .. th. Mra. C. Haertle Ivey Taylor B
a.wl.mnt Earl A. Swlnd..ll. Lllea Paul
full r*.nnnr 'n the .* .*nt.. I nr nnn..nuihsrshtn trt an -' 0.. " .. Batten, R. IA 8. n Flppa Mra. T. R.Flppa .
'I .0 ,
... . .sasn .n ., Mrs Earl Llpford Effle Mae Tyler
Mon tn .... Le-1.l.t".* ** .... htfil ... "..,. nr Ishnr $'*& ns>t r m .. he UVata O. M. Ha..rt. A Sulivan. A.. L Harvey Thorns'Evelyn
,.... ., h Renn.t Layfleld. Charles H. tic'
.* .mnifmnf htVir tim *11ntrnmenf I OA..q thts elans* .h. sint enn- .. .hnM Roont l.ho.. .am. (1 ,, Mf'j lj,
fund. iirh *.4.a,4taar* -* lnn stnod den nr (hrM.* th* .1dt nf an'I .. "I.. J.nea. W. A. Wlllla r.awharn, W. M. Tyler
OI0r't, .
rn** tnr rei.nno.tlnnmnf.n nnfh ...-. .. *nd fhsoue*% U l.hns ....1. ,"nl .". Mi Constantine IerCothran Ro''Jonea, Hettle Sullvan.Hwlnd..l. Mabel Oalney, L.H. H.P. Lewis Iva Mae Tetjjon*e'' ipThoma" ..

evntr* a t th* end nf afl4a'lfl1? or t.t..tM.. .hMrealr .. ."" I Pl Johns, L U.Kelaay Elva O.ln..y. M' vIola
I.I. t oq and ." tam,. H. C. K 11r. Oreen MinnieOalney.
or ..t .I1 ontrl rolmrffnnmnt t_ '. wIth |. *ntn1nr, I. 7045 Sullivan Floy Mot S. M. "rJII
.!. ffrtl.4 and. .h.n ennfdr rn .. office SecreUrr St '0. C t. Cn.-t Ta. ronetnrr Cothran. Verda A. H. Slhley W. 1r.. Mra. Nannie May TIMhm" 311'J'
o *" "1"....._..., *.,.
,rr el Clayton, Alberta Kelxay, OllleKelaay Oalney, Mary Jane Marker
hiivln* than ucbre Ma. IMS . Swindell Doahle Thos. TI.hmTh&odor.
"_ .
'" _
"he all '
h n Green Dave D. ,
wShmiM Frank
nnnr lnnmnt.,. >*m.n..mnt n. rtlfldIn I A RESOLUTION PronounS en ."".. r...-.1"1" ip" .It'. ......, ('n.mta Dodd Lillian M. L Swlnd.l,; Percy Florence B. Dines, Mra. N. O. MelvIn Mott. J.C 11.. C. Tyler Dry.nt
... O.--.t rieton, In l<>44 *n*I.kln.on. Mra. .J. P. Lewis Charles J. Hullvan, Mra. Orlnea, A. A. Molt O. J. Floren"Oaln..y.
... .. hn) h* ..1. within, nl....' m nf the Constitution of the State of ,ifrfoaiittsaI. Shnl "d M. Dodd Robert J. I..r. W. C.. Slbley, Matt. R, M. Mints, Mr. A. V rnado.

da-. thraftr for .. ,*...'. of .. Florid Relatln. to Uniform Count* Dodd Mamie 1 Annie Snyder W. W. Green, A. Leslie Jr. L. A. L. W W.
. n. f.atIahra, > at the La.'also Dodd Fred 8. 1 Oreen, R. E. Lee Mot Water. f
tora In the rhlr' .I".hh' and Mitnlctnal Onvemment and the ? Loper Ben T. S. (
rortlefh l4SWh i and. ..". .41.tSenatorial Clss ft>*tlon nf (..and Tnwn f. .!.". "* t4'1 and ." 1000, MarjorIe n Loper. Nannie Sulivan., Felx. ..M.' Preen Mra. I* .A,. Mott Mra. J. M. VI5lfl.' 3L...
.. nelalletlnn IT ..PYITS.LATIYV .. ,net I. St Green Mra. Ward. J
DMHeta' In . BF ,!OLV BY THF 'fi. 0.. Loper, Dollle Jlmmle Flora Mann L. V'
< th* Senator. m 1.. T SIT",rLORrDAt l'mflana.f Pl.yw.t'5* ... dutt. ar< Former H. E. Loper, Florence Swl.d..l. Edna Oreen, I... R. M.Plhu.Y.. D. 0 o.: J
Ta Huilvan.
..-qntr.d .. f'fl..ot Forsyth. J. II. Lewis. Jo. E. Nellie Orlner R. H. Molt, Howard at.,. J

IN! C.K.T COl'HT IR"OFono mon 13 l"as.a..n.". ' .* This pm- Forsyth Lou Lewla Pollle Rwlndel. Green, Mary L Jeanette "..ol W Mra Z'
COfXTV. FLOHIUAl t... orovM. fof O Lewla, Daniel JoeMitchell ()rover, F. M. Mot m"
; seal at Starke rfia-0.u, Trleat S. R. N. C. Wi" Lloyd
CERY.Lillian Florida this Octo .. l-0.q. reonrtlne' : firmer J. S. Jr.Orlner M Oalney, K. M.
' ft.ber 17th 1844 and tll.h.irsmn of an '. T. B.Trlet (Mrs.) Morgan: II.: P. W
Howard. Plaintiff vs. Carra It. Orlner Rufus 'White. 1.
Cntint Ta enf Morgan Morgan Clarence
CAIastfl Floyd Jam ,
) A. *
Detendan Ca.e.No J. Thomas ,
,. R. n .n
Howard. ACOFCJ'IIClkALttEAI. Court.. Plied Orlffla, John D. Moore, Howard Thomas, Kinney Oreen. H. Jr. Mann A. I. ,;
'un. .n. S" Stle Orlffla, Ruth Z. McOruder J. H. Oreen Lucille E.
1178.ORDER OP PtmLICATION H. H. Duncan til Lynch BuIlding, I. $ o V Martin, J. W. Wlldn'arr,
Orliile, W. C. N Veal. James Oreen Marrow : J. M. :
Jacksonville Th. I.
Florida 'Mr
Attx. Pit. .ata n.r"
AND NOTICE APPEAK oomnllsnee wfth aeld finagle, hattie Neal. (leo. P.Neat. \V flalney, Melvin *,
STATE OF FLORIDA to: K. T. 10-20-41-11110 !...., .. .m"dm nta. and the canras H Cleveland Oalney. J. B. Hate "ari RynO
' Howard whose residence and addresa _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ".. .I" .,n4. "."'.. thereof ...1 ne Mersey R. Neal Ev.ret Wllanl.on. L H. Oordon J. B. Morgan Barbara '
Iloute No. 1. Oakfleld OI'nV$4Ib. t same". .. Hall. W. H. P Zlegler J. J. Gordon airs J. B. Molt Barrle A ".11.m". gilu

Georrla: h. Stat. PlwM.. a, .... 1 Hagan, Ida Phillip, D. J. . Oreen O. E. Martin. M,.. Thelma, J.
You are required to appear on o Diner Roy .1 ". f.
November SO In the above I l ( Marker. Mr. L. W. P ,.
14. I INSDHEi- nIMON WrRto' Orlner Amos'Ir Annie '. . C.
named Court cause, wherein I Orlmea MrL
.nt set fill Precinct No. 7-New Annie
River Oren Loulae 'VI"3"r'
seek* divorce and restora San<' and the Oreate.i Oreen. Theora .I.
plaintf ,
I tAU M,.. A. I. J.
maiden Bradford I of the State Mann 'm.
name. ef Florida, fli'een Mrs. A. %Vllll b.Vt
County TeleaTraph publ.h this ,I *t Tallahassee, the C.II.L Ore.n. Mru. In.L;I. Mott. Mra. Cordelia.Mnaon Water.
.1 Order In next ahal .... $ WAR BONDS this the *nt lap A Andrew. C. E. Rf Oalner. Mnaelle Edward R. Wils' )
D. 1944 I Andrew, O. W. Andrew. K. Marthi. Mra. J. W. lnn't
Witness my ban sod otttcisl1 WIH .a'A R Andrew. Guy lay, Mra. R. A. Wat.r" )
ORA Andrew Laura Andrew Mr Mann. LovleMalphura.
I S ecreur. Kate Winnie Andrews, Mr. n R Green Rufus. Jane WI.On.A !

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