Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
October 25, 1940
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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The home of The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of heaven


Symbolical, New Spur Track B. H. S. To Meet Reddick Here Friday}I 4,226 Voters

Favored to win over Reddtck, plenty of thrills, for B. H. S. i Is i "We sincerely appreciate the

,, .. To Be the undefeated B. H. S, Tornadoes still smarting from the "slings and I way our local people are planning I Qualified

,, ,: CompleteIn play their fourth home gameof arrows" of Reddick victories i in'i their activities so as not to Inter- I ,
.. 1938 and 1939, and the Tornadoesare i fere with the football games and
the 1940 football season at definitely out for revenge. other school functions. By enjoying
In Bradford I'
2 WeeksSeaboard Bradford Park tonight 8 o'clock E. L. Williams, principal B.II. this wholesome Interest! and i

With three wins and 'one scorelesstie S.. is highly pleased!! with the support a wonderful spirit of

Starts to their credit, the Tornadoesare support the team Is receiving this i unity and cooperation may be developed Total Highest
', /'. ,; year, and yesterday said: whereby" a better school
.. I Work On Starke. riding high on the tide of 1 Since County
y "We are happy to see so! many and community will be the'result.

,. I To-Iilanding Line 'success! but Coach. Stephens Is staunch supporters of the school "We have won three games Was Divided r

fearful that a slight 'attack of and Ito>> activities.! The membersof and tied one so fur this season.
Three draglines and a right-of- overconfidence might get In Its the football team are doing We hope to keep our record clean i The General Election of 1940

I way crew, working In two ten. deadly work and cause his pro their best to help build a real this. week. We hope you will be I will Bee the largest', number of

I hour shifts, this week were busily teges to suffer ,a defeat at the organization to warrant the admiration here to see the contest 'qualified votent'ij Bradford ,
I engaged In preparing the road bed hands of an- Inferior. f'Ie. and praise of our Bradford "LKT'S BE A BRADFORD County since! the western half of

1 for the new Starke to Camp The game tonight Should offer County citizens TORNADO BOOSTER!"' l I the county parted company with

Hlandlng railway i being constructed the eastern half early In the
Seaboard I 1920's, and became Union County.
by the Airline

\I Railway Co. Contract for the Carnival Spirit Bell Now Laying Police Forces I The qualified list, which has

work was let by the railroad. tol I New Telephone, CableThe climbed by leaps and bounds
John R. Powell of Fort Myers ,, since removal of the poll tax: sev '

and must be completed not f Southern Hell Telephone eral years ago, now stands at a 1t
I' than November 10, two !latel'l To Reign Sp'onI..T. Company has work well advanced Are Kept BusyMoney total of 4226. In the 1938 elec

two days from today. on laying an underground lead- tlon 3,600 voters were qualified,

The new railroad leaves the ![ A. Planning sheathed cable trunk line from its In Circulation while In 1936 (before removal of y
poll tax) the total was 2,447, sd
Seaboard mainline Immediately Halowe'en Event new exchange In the former Titus Causes
south of the Alligator Creek j Olson house on Madison Street to The list of qualified electors
trexsle, makes a wide sweeping! Next ThursdayThe Camp Blanding Minor Violations and also the Hut of names that

curve and heads eastward, south! The entire cable U being burled have been stricken from the books
h of and parallel with the old Lee Bradford High School Par- four feet beneath the surface of The county jail is doing a brisk because of death or removal, appears -
road, and four and _one-fourth ent-Teacher Association, next the earth out of eight and out of business these days, according toJailor In this issuee of the Tele
lien but
miles out will join the Southern, Thursday afternoon 'and night is harm's way from wind, )lightning, Rowe practically graph. 'T h e Board of County
all the "boarders"
again sponsoring the annual giantHallowe'en are locked up
Railway spur already complete moving and falling objects-even Commissioners will be In sessionat
from Bland to Theressa south- carnival on the south on either drunkeness or. drunken 10 o'clock
ing enough to a plough Saturday morning,
side of the B. H.,S. Last deep escape driving charges, neither of which
east of Kingsley Lake. j The cable parallels the south Nov 2, for the purpose of restoring -
Hallowe'en's carnival in Bradford t Is such a serious crime, as crimes t
king an Interesting patternt It Is expected to Install the j aide of Road 48 around the curve he siild. I any names that have been
Park was a trtmeildoug success go, "More than half of
the sky as he paints the switch the of within t the city limits and crosses. erroneously stricken from the
apd begin laying and enabled the P.-'T.. A. to Install these getting In jail are newcomers t
of r h e Seaboard station track from the Starke end ofI I sound motion plat urea at the under the highway at South Streetand :" Jailor Rowe stated, "but qualified Hat!

Harold Griffls, young la. the branch railway within twoor school. The objective1' the carnival goes east almost midway between our local people are visiting more

symbolizes the widespread l three days, local railway employees this year Is to Install' equipment and parallel to the Bra- often, too. That seems to be because Col. Futch
up paint-up, build-up pro- stated. The Seaboardwill for the newly Inaugurated sent and Lee roads there Js more money going

that Is permeating Starke lay either 80 or 100 pound course In Home Ec n mlc8. around.:*

ant-bed activity In recent rulls, which are capable of curry- ''Another objective of the Hal I. Churches Begin A majority of the arrests. are
Souring to undreamed of Dies In Deland r
Ing tremendous loads. The'branch lowe'en carnival Mrs. W. B. Sew- Religious SurveyA made on Sundays around the various
a. building permits here this line ii la expected to be in use be- ell, president this year of the p- "jook" joints, and the prisoners -

climbed for the two to a months total of of$104-Sep- fore the completion date specifiedin T A., stated, la to give the people group of about 30 workers, In for drunkeness are usually Prominent Lawyer 1
the contract arrived It
was of Starke young and old released from Jail as soon as they
and October-and that's / supervised In teams of two each, began the Was Former Resident
( said. and wholesome fun and difficult task of taking religious have or can get the $15 bond
the beginning folks-as the -1
] recreation. By attending the carnival survey of Starke Thursday after. required Usually o n Sundays Of Starke
barker would If
say. pre- Tag Sales Exceed which this year will be bigger noon of this week Because of eight or ten persons are lockedup
s come true Harold and and better with more attractions the unusual situation due to extra In the, county jail Mr. Rowe James Kilwln Futch, DeLand attorney -
low will ,
painters wear out Previous
Highs than Is said, but Sunday before last of state-wide prominence
ever, everyone given people In nearly all homes, a new seta
brush before
a Starke'sgrowth the opportunity to help buy equipment method has been adopted, and all record, there being IS persons and well-known here, died at his
comes to a halt.Blanding. w Bradford County Tax CollectorC. for the Home Economics of the local residents are asked to In jail at one time. For Monday, I Deland home Friday morning of

A. Knight this week stated Department of B. H. S. and have help In the matter. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs last week at 10 o'clock after a

that vehicle license tag sales this his money's, worth. of fun and calls day of last week. Mr. Rowe said brief nines of, two weeks Hewas
Bulletins year In the county have com- refreshments too The plan for sufficient he turned In over $500 In .bond, ,,73 of .Up until
cards to be left at each home
by MrT'trutch
pletely shattered all previous record collected. Last 14 tail was'a, residentof

The fun and will persons
merry-making the worker so that each one In
*. "A total of 1,847 license Starke .
and for 29
were arrested and years practiced
begin next Thursday afternoon at lodged pll
tags have been sold this year. in the home may fill one out regardless the county jail. law here. His law offices
phe list of employes now helping to build the $10,000- our county," Mr Knight stated three o'clock and" last until "the of religious faith or. lengthof There were located where the dental of-'
last witch dies. There will bea are only three "steadies"In
tamp Blanding project this week passed" the 6,000 mark. ,, "Of these, 1,222 are licenses!! for time he expects to be In flees of ))1', O. L Haynes are sit.uAted
fortune teller, contests jell at ,
games awaiting the
Starke. The cards will be left In
Biugre labor camp at the northeast corner of the reserva-j 1 I private automobiles, 531 are trucK booths and concessions selling the hand. of full term of circuit court and at present, and he and Mrs.
the who Is
will probably be complete by the first of next week. It | are tags,dealer 81 are tags trailer, three licenses are, seven taxi I hamburgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, moat likely to get person all the Information all are negroes. James Green, Futch lived In the residence nowoccuplet

ouse 2,000 white and 2,000 colored laborers l I I tags, and the remaining three candy, cold drinks, hot drinks, on Thursday or Friday, local negro, charged with shooting South by Water Dr, Street.and Mrs.They Hayneson left
masks and other Hallowe'en stand- to death another colored
The workers will ask that the Information man,
A\ 112-bed barracks for white collar workers hasn were issued to motorcycle owners Starke In 1921 and moved to Ie-
bys, and last year's famous pictUre be gotten so that they "Frog" Johnson; 0 del i Bright
| he Last
constructed in National Guard It will explained. year charged with ) Lund where Mr Futch wale professor -
the will be
area. only around a thousand tugs!! were gallery revived In a can collect the cards on a econd assault u u and buttery; of Law at Stetson! Unlver-
occupied by clerical workers. sold. new and Improved version Trip on either Sunday afternoon ana Arthur Hull (colored), city for live /"y
.A feature of t the, carnival thin or Monday. In this time charged with breaking and enter. I years.
ol. R. H. Kelley is the new commanding officer of the, l Tax Collector Knight reminded year will bee' supper'served from may be given for complete information Ing the home of Paul Rnymondl i After leaving Stetson In 1026
>. He R R. for-i,l property owners that 1940 assessments several weeks he wall asHoclated with the law
arrived last week. Major Raymond, I' 7:30 o'clock until after 8:00: o'- to be had ago. j I
commandant, is now acting as Col. Kelly's executiver may be paid with a four clock, and everyone ls> urged to The Rev, Chas Allen has chargeof The story at the city Jail la firm of Scarlett Jordan Futch
percent discount on and after November and
take advantage of this conven another surprise. Chief of Police I( Fielding, which was dlHHotved
assigning and the workof
first until December first groups A, L Alvarez In 1931. Mr Futch with J A.
stated ,
lence: Price will' be verylow.Everyone after i
tabulation will be done the
The first contingent of the 45,000 troops who will when the discount drops to only la urged to> come In Rev A, K. Lightfoot who by is engaged two months of a slight Increase)I' Scarlett then formed the firm of
"'will arrive here j three percent In January a two In the number of arrests Scarlett and Futch, with whichhe
ntually be in training at Blanding1 costume and the carnival and frequently by the Florida things
{ and In February a one
"em her 25.: The outfit will number 9,177men of thet percent discount In allowed. Taxes 'grounds will be decked out in>the Baptist Sunday School Boiird for In the past two weeks have got was associated until his death.

>t Division and they will come from Florida, Ala. are percent due In the next amount In true spirit of Hallowe'en to."lend such work Workers will be pro. ten back to normal with the average 26 lie ,was 1867 born In Lake Butler April
pumber of arrests and was a graduate of
by city law
na. Louisiana and Mississippi.Id March and are delinquent In atmosphere. vided by all churches, and results enforcement Columbia College of Lake
A big street parade will herald running City
tabulated In
April, and are advertised for sale quadruple copies so
) The flag the of festivities about like It did last yevr. Chief which later became the University
Glory is now flying over Camp Blanding In June or July and sold at auction opening that all of the ministers will havea of Florida.
accounts During the 25
raised for the first time yesterday morning at 10k I in August (and the taxes copy. Other churches may have "The Alvunys for It this way: ,! his yearabetween
newcomers find I graduation and 1021.
with a brief informal ceremony, presided over by are then due again'the next November Noegel SellsCourthouse their cards later in the week by can't run over the local law they enforcement when he and Mrs. Futch movedto

Kelley, at the National Guard parade ground. ). Cafe either calling for them at the I and are getting wise DeLand Mr Futch engaged In
Baptist pustorlum,
I The Tax Collector said the collection or by telling to themselves Also the the practice of law In this city.
Leave it to the racketeers to muscle In-even on a Mr. Lightfoot where they should police
of license During his life
occupational and department has on he practiced law
Joe Noegel, owner managerof an extra man
ional defense project. Rumor has it that the other: due In October, are good and are the Courthouse Cafe at the Tabulations like to have will them be sent made to them. now, E. Onunn who, when needed, for more than 50 years, during

", at one of the more remote entrances to the Camp steadily Increasing In volume. Mr. corner of Court -and Call streets i those only of Is added to the force" which time he represented several

ne ambitious fellow, acting in an entirely unofficial j I Il Knight was very optimistic con. here, announced this week thesale In having Starke regular, but cards worship'for serVices all The city's arrests usually aver railroad companies and corpora

achy, was stopping sightseers and charging lOc ad- |I cernlng the tax collection future of his popular restaurant to churches will be preserved for age around eight or ten a week, tions. He was a highly respected
"Ion to the reservation. Bradford County predicting Jim 1 Forest of Daytona Beach their respective m I n I s t era or and two weeks ago there were member of the Volusla Bar and
I i very low taxes and a high percentage The new owner is expected to priests eight persona In jail at once But (Continued on page eight)
Following a request by Congressman R. A Green post.i||I of collections. take over personal management thl. didn't begin to compare with

? officials in Washington this week announced that; I l I sometime this week, he added. Roll the time two years ago when the Volume LightAt

fficial address for Camp Blanding will b e "Camp'' Ritz Inaugurates Noegel first opened his restaurant Call ChairmanIs the city pollc had 22 drunks
ing Starke Fla." rather than just "Camp Blanding, In September1935 and inaugurated AnnouncedGeorge lodged In the Jail at one time Pecan AuctionThe
New Policies result of
time. his special 25c plate, a Saturday night tent
The will some
main at the Camp open
1 which made hi.I cafe Starke's Raymond, field representative show), Chief Alvarez said. first pecan auction of the
month. Monday the Ritz
fastest! growing restaurant In of the National Red) season wan held at the State
Theatre here will\ run three continuous October, 1938, his business had Cross, announced Wednesday that Building Permits Farmers' Market here
Ith Board Starts Pulp Wood CuttingDemonstration j j shows daily, beginning reached such proportions that he N, D. WalnwrlKht, Jr., mayor of Volume
'I each afternoon at 5:30: o'clock had to move from his locationone Starke had accepted chairmanship Must Be ObtainedChief wan light as a result of

demning Privies ,! George Manama, manager of the ( door east of the present site) of the annual Roll Call driveIn the exceptionally late season

anl'"bal" I Ritz, stated yesterday. He pointedout I to the larger building next door. Bradford County. The event of Police A. L. Alvarez Prices ranged from 6 3-4 to 9
!I. of "good" however that there would be stated .
Slur/urn. A demonstration! Wednesday that his department
Officer further
Sanitary "The new owner plans 'will begin on Monday, November cents, wltb Moneymakers, Success,
'the Florida State Board of pulpwood cutting practiceswill 1 two exceptions to this new policy: ,enlargements .and some other Improvements 11, and continue through Thanksgiving beginning next Mondaywill and
from Jacksonville, this be held Thursday. October on Saturday and/ Sunday afternoons I ,'' Mr Noegel said. "As Day commence a drive to enforcethe seedlings being the principal

began condemning unsanl- 31, on the B. F Williams tract>) the theatre will open at I for myself I Intend to enter Bradford city building permit regulations varieties offered.

wince toilets In Bradford five miles northeast of Gainesvilleat 1 2:30 o'clock and run continuously, I some line of business' right hereIn : County's quota this "Many people," Chief Alvarf The second sale will be held
j', Hy Wednesday dozens'diseasespreaders" the fork of Road 13 and thei, but all other 3:30: matinees have I Starke," he concluded. year has been set at $300, and explained "don't seem to this morning (Friday), beginningat

'Ie had Monteocha Road. The demonstration been eliminated. .Mr Wainwright says that he expects understand that they must have 11 o'clock, and Market Man.

ondemned and the big signs Is being staged by the Southern 'I The price of adult admissions Drivers LicensesIn no difficulty in raising this a building permit before doing ager J. L. Gentry slated that he

ng the unit as unsanitary Pulpwood Conservation -' at all times, except Saturdays amount because of the large num.ber any building, repairing, painting, expects a considerable Increase In

ndemned. nailed to the elation In cooperation with Container and Sunday will be 33 cents Including Heavy DemandThe of newcomer. In the county, or construction of any kind, no volume as the auction. progress

Owners were ordered tom'n Corporation o f America tax, Manajaa explained, He stated that h! will announcehis matter how little the cost, within

the units and replace and all State and Federal forestry and on Saturday and Sunday the sale of 1940-41 drivers II- sub-chairmen as soon as his the city limits. The permits only New Pepsi-Cola TruckD.
anltary and 'a'p'proved admission for adults will be 28 censwi up until Tuesday shatteredlast cost a dollar and they safeguardthe

There is a 100 fine for agencies.The cents, tax Included. The admls- year's sales mark ,of 3,372 organization, for the drive has town against dangerous con L. Silcox distributor for

Ing the signs from the con- meeting will last throughout slon price of 10 cents for children licenses by 54, County Judge E. been completed. struction and other hazards." Thomas Beverage Co., bottled

J toilets ; the day and experienced for-)under 12 years of age remains, K. Perryman In charge of license Chief Alvarez continued : drinks (Pepsi-Cola) In this area i

Health Board announcedeek esters and operators will be on he concluded. ,, sales, announced:Tuesday; Plant Italian RyeMrs. "b:veryone should\ take warning with headquarters In ''Starke, announced

that undesirable surface hand to answer questions. All i Drivers' permits for the new license and get a r'-mlt at once If any this week the additionof

which 4 to be a, Interested persons are Invited to! Bessent EnlargesW. year have only been on O. L Beaaley, chairmanof building or repairing Is being a new Dlamond-T truck to his
e to public health would ben attend. Drinks and "a bite to ale a month, and i already '2,986 the department of Beautlflca- done or contemplated We don't delivery fleet. Another employe.

ed< Mr. Sigman stated eat" will be served free of charge. .,. A, Bessenl Jr.t owner of of the SOo private-permits and 440 tlon and American Home of the want to arrest anyone In this J, B. Silcox was added to the

t time: "Because,o(,the In. .Be..ent' Billiard Parlor has re- of r the $1 chauffeurs permits have Starke Woman's Club,' Is urging matter but the regulations are go- staff to operate the new truck.
1 National Guardsmen and Recent Births |cently added two new billiard been sold. During the entire every one to plant Italian rye,for Ing 'to be enforced, and' Ytwe This makes three trucks operating

already' and In the very tables to his business, making a 1939-40 'year 3,200 private and tbo, winter, season thereby Improving have to arrest anyone It will cost full time at present. Mr. Sllcox
lture, It'I"i necessary for Mr. and Mrs. Percy Grlffls, total of six tables available for 172 chauffeurs licenses were sold the grounds of the Starke more than Just a dollar' ,for the stated and It 1s expected to add t

'lite Board of Health to Lawtey, boy, October 12. his patrons. The interior of the the judge said. The Increase homes. She also wishes to urge permit. two more trucks In the near future

t the unsanitary conditions Mr. and Mrs. George W. Davis building was also Improved. The comes from truck drivers) and the planting of additional shrubbery Building permits) are obtained He stated that since the ;

here- Namely these un- Brooker girl, October 11, partition between the front and others connected with Camp and Improving the general from the office of City Clerk Carl building activity began at Camp ''

conditions consist of unurface Mr. and Mrs.\ Truby Hodge rear of the building was removed Blanding purchasing their licenses ,appearance of the town In every Johns, located In the municipal Blanding his sales have more than

7 toilets. Brooker, boy. October 23. and the counter was rearranged. I,ere. possible way. building on Thompson Street, doubled.'
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R. 'i such time a* the Legislature ehaH found by a dl- .
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NOTICK all vision and state In the -
: LIST OF QUALIFIED ELECTORS IN URADFORD Sheriff, of Hrndford 21 K., thence rut southerly along determine any portion of or lhiolt'or 'III BBI "'1s n
r : To the I excise taxes now levied and collected accompanying statement and act t td ,[,rt .. .
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VOTING of the State of Florida: I half section line to the law to """
FLORIDA FOR TilE SEVERAL County hereafter levied or colI.ct..d. upon so stated and discussed .f .
k COUNTY, Be It Known That 1 .K A. between Bradford and Ala- ,1 or of Florida and its application to Florida .,, 'h. 'r. ...

PRECINCTS AS FOLLOWS : I1RA Y. Secretary! of Htate of the chua Counties Florida .the same ,the by operation the State of parl-mutuel fact but In event of an equal such dl.| tloll. to I.. '1'1'1 "H' t' h'IIi, ,
thencerun from day 1 : .
Fe lUv..r. .h.
Santa :Ii
Stale of Florida. do hereby give being the vision between those I 1.. fIr
w FOR GENERAL: ELECTION, NOVEMBER 5TH 1910 notice that aae15EItAL Southeasterly northerly along Santa shoreof I pool properly considering a causa member h. r.j..ctlon Veinbet I 'It," fl.t r'l, 1tJftd,( .,,It,
; KtECTlOVWill Fe River to the shall examine the) record and '11111
be held In Bradford County. Santa Fe Lake thence run' RESOLUTION Proposing therein Sail .... 111"
Precinct No. 1-LawteyBronky the northerly '. A JOINT=' I ticipate a* other justice*. I ",
t1 State of Florida on Tuesday neat "Southeasterly alone an Amendment to' Section In the event the Chief Justice be am""d'd, .'J'
Monday In and easterly. shores of of Article V of to-wI' -hili 1 ,..l"lrle I),
B. H. demons Lewis succeeding the first aile' to R..tlon 4 unable to act for any cause :
A'rwood the .
41 H D. November. A. D. 1940 the .ald"ViKTii Santa Fe Lake to. the South of FlorIda Relating "IS. 10;.
4 Morrell the Constitution Justice longest In continuous .. 1 m"", .
Arwood Nora P. Browning: David Clemona, : ... lein. te Boundary of Bradford I to the Judiciary Deparnient.PB vice and able to act shall act empt "' Them, 'h'lI
Andrew Blackburn Eva Under. Carroll Ldnnle n 'v 01" NO'VHMHICK" Florida thence run countY'j! IT It I- R Y TilE stead with like effect. .r'l the vain. 'axa,' 1 ..
Anderson, Leila Mae For United State Senator from the along said South LFOII'ILATl'RE: "oF"TH-B-8TATi: to PV""'.\ II'' '0 i .:."PtI1..... .,
,, ,' Austin Klzzle hill Crawford. State of Florida for a term of Bradford County. Florida to the OF FLORIDA : That the fallowing Non Wh,. 'I''idow lilt t 110,
S. Bradley. J B. Crawford. Ronnie .In year from Jan. S, 1941. boundary line between Clay and amendment of Section :S I .nd Section A JOINT RESOLUTION Propos the Stt; airtl"in; 'IdJ "or,
'fi Austin J. For Seven (7) PresIdential Elector Bradford Count le.. )Florida respectively of Article V ing to Amend Section & Article gnf been I ,. : hi t,
(' 1' Anders O. J. Boles Anita Crawford W. T. *. I I thence run northerly along last i I I of the 4.Constitution of the State of the Constitution of the Stateof fortune: disabled 'ill *trter': i

n 4 Austin Henry Baxley Jim Crawford. Amelia For one Repreentatlv. of the I! aforesaid boundary line to point ''I I It I Florida be, and he same I Ie hereby missioners.BH Florida.Relating to County Com I The \ ,.It.

W. K. Crawford Ray Second Conar"H lonal Dlntrlct I of beginning agreed to. and shall. be submitted with "II.' I.
4 Annie, A. A. Bradley of the State of Flm Ida In theeventySoventh ,. Who hall be trustee of said'!, to the elector. of the State of LEGISLATURE IT RESOLVED OF *HE BY THR': and Ih.said;' IIJ"PU.. :Ib l''
W. M. Bennett Mrs. Ina Cox S. V. of consolidated districts. the next general eleo- STATE 'lI'I\a.' dArla'at
Austin. $ Congress proposed I Florida at rt'lurn .
OF FLORIDA: That Section 6 Ih. ,. .
j. Armstrong Sara Over.Bradley. R. U. Crews Francis the United State. I f S. The .numbt'r of mill of districttax |Ion to be held on the first Tuesday Article g of the Constitution of. the of to I hit"r, 'hall u: ..
t K. M. Chemwr OtisCovington. For overnor of the /Stale; of to be levied and collected. annually I I after the first Monday In Novew" State of Florida relating to .striction. a. rACulatJonl. 111
Blount ratification or reJection. are 111
street Florida.or 1940 for for
: for the two succeedingyears her County Commissioner be general I pry544'
Andeiflon J. M. Bennett. Johnnie William KCovlngton. ? Secretary of State of the Stateof within the proposed consolidated Court same la. hereby amended. and and the a.amend..d of 'Iorldll, "':\ i I. ...,

Austin Brownie Crews E. I... Clara For Attorney Florida.General of the State district for schools.the exclusiveuse I'I shall Section consist.2. (a of) The seven Supreme(7) JustIcesand Is agreed to and shall be IN TF.TIlny
of free .
Carter Marlon D. Cannon. Willard of Florida. public the term of office of each. submitted to the electors of the Jla", hereunto. WilEn!)'.
Austin. State of And that said election. shall : six no term State of Florida at the general and 'Al iii
of the be ; arflxed r
For Comptroller Justice shall years
J- Anderson. E. N. Crawford, W. Robert Cannon. C. B. Florida. be held during legal hours for I of an Incumbent shall bo affectedby election of Representative. to be th.. I'Ilal. (Ih. 0rs51
Nlta Crews Frank M. Clark. S. R. For Treasurer of the State of lections on October 2Sth 1940. In this> amendment.b held In 1940 for approval or re TaIlahss,5.., 01 Florlt
Andrews. I h.
: Florida. each of said dlntrlct severally Justice of the Supreme" jection. Said Section ,,1of\ Article the tt CaPI..t.
Austin Mrs. J. S. Carter Dalton Clark. NoraCrawford. For Superintendent of Public In- and at the following designated Court( ) shall Each be. elected by the quail 8, aa amended shall read a* fol. ilil. day 01 AU'ulI

tI ? Andrews John A. Clemens W. C. J. D. ruction of the mate of Flor place In each district, and for fled elector of the State at the lows: REAL It A.
lm : the following officials Section 5. That there shall 8.9 ut GRAY
ida. which election of voting for members be ll2Be
N. Oscar time and places .
Crawford. Robt. Carter Secr'
In each of _
l P 4i Austin. Eugene For CommissIoner of Agricultureof are appointed.In of the legislature at the general County Commissioner's I'J'1t8
;. Austin Hughey Cooper Joseph Cody Helen the Htate of Florida. Special Tax School District number election next preceding the districts a* shall exist by

W. Coleman Geo. Cody. I. B. For Two JuMlce* of the Supreme 1. aforesaid at the school house expiration of each term of such Of- law from time to time In each
Drown Geo. Court. of the State of FlorIda. In Theresna Florida with D. W. county a Commissioner who shall QuickToTre

Btanchard Alanson M.Coy Laura Crews. Pency For One RaIlroad Commissioner of Moore., Clerk and Clyde Hall M. fice.c) In the event or the ratification be elected by the qualified elect.or. ,
William R. the State of Florida. H Swindle Inspectors It shall of said .county at the time and
Everett Jo:. Cooper. Lucy Cooke Hersey, and Scott :: of this amendment
Burney. Fifteenth place of voting for other
For State Senator for ; thereupon be the duty of the thea county
Blanchard/Robt, A. Crass* Hattie Carter, Morris Senatorial DistrIct of the Stateof Governor to appoint one additional officer, and shall hold his 'office Bronchitis
;: qf In Special Tax School District number for four
.. Brown. Mm. Minnie S.Crews. Maggie Crawford. Robert Florida. 2. at the Old Maxonlc' Hall In Justice of the Supreme Court and that the years provided, however,
of the Home of County Commissioners
For One Member shall hold office from the date
;I4 Burney, Jennie Crews Josephine Crawford. WillieBlackburn. Representatives of the Slate: of Hampton. Florida with H. Y. Saxon of his appointment until Tu..dayaflt'r elected. In the general election. In Chronic bronchitis
} Crawford. Jack Florida clerk and I-dicy Wynn 1940 from the even numbered. Ills.trl..t. may**
T. T. Carradlne F. R. Watterson. and Lucien John*. Inspectors the first Monday In January. .. your cough chest
For County Judge. shall be hall serve for two years, chltls "
I Crawford. Cliff 1943. and his successor is not treated anir '
)lllanchar'Annll\ M. Crews, C. R. For" Sheriff. ; and those from the -odd numbered
; election
elected at the general afford
111 Special Tax School number to takeachancewtC1cine
t Bennett, C. B. Crews. T. S.Carter Carroll. Raiford For Clerk of the Circuit Courts 4, at the home. of Guy Alderman 1942 to hold office for a term of districts. shall serve for four years less 1
Marvin H. Crawford. William For; County Assessor of Taxe and with Ciuy Alderman. six. : year beginning Tuesday after and thereafter the terms shall be which potent than c ,
M. J. four
nell For Tax Collector. the first Monday In January 1943. I years. The .powers duties goes right to the

.r Biggs Martha, E. Clark. F. B Ciawford. Elias For County Superintendent of Public 'Mrs.Clerk. George and Mrs.W. Hill luy and Alderman.GeorgeW Id) The successors. of the Justice.of and compensation. of such .County trouble to help loasenlUderJJ! aj
Crawford. Inntructlon. Supreme Court shall be I, CommlHHloner shall be &>escribed laden phlegm
w Sarah L. Carter. E. H. Clyde Hill Inspectors: the and aid
Berry, For Five County Commliidoner by law.
,, Clemoca L. C. Crawford Richard For Three. Member. of the County In Special Tax School District number elected at the general. election nextpreceding soothe andhealraw.teniler,;,
Bullard. John of their
the expiration bronchial
t : 7 at the home of W, A. Jones, mucous
( Bulltird.! Alice Clemens. MaggieCarter Collier LillleCarter Hoard. of Public Instruction. and with W. A. Jones an clerk and respective terms. of office but In A JOINT RESOLUTION: Propos Creomulslon membram..
For Justice of the Peace In and for
$ ,. Mrs S. H. Dodd. Robert Dodd. and event of a vacancy In office of any 'ing to Amend Section 9 of Article
OwenCrawford Gladys the Justice District creosote by pS4"cjl!
.t- n Bennett H. T. following Freddie Dodd as Inxpectors.The Justice and there be an un""jlr..dt..rm IX of the Constitution of the State special ,
Berry. Ann Peach Crews. BerthaBlllckburn. viI' Board of Public Instruction the successor shall be electedfor of Florida Relating to the Exemption time tested medicines fDlID:
No. I.
.l. H. Cornell Lola of Bradford County, Flor the balance of the unexplred of Certain. Property from It contains no narcotics.
+ L. F Clemona In Testimony Whereof I have
,, ida. t..rm.Section. Taxation: No matter how
D. L Carren P. J. Car-well Lola hereunto set my hand and affixed 4. ( ) The Supreme Court BR IT RESOLVED BY have many IIIIdIc
Blackburn. the Great "Heal of the K J. Lewis, Ae Its Chairman. a THE you tried tell yOur
J. S. Carter. Rosle (OFFICIALi SEAL may hear consider and determine LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE sell you a bottle of
Bennett, E. M. Cooper State of Florida. at Tallaha Hee. CTtORUld5
Attest: cases and exercise all its powersand : That Section 9 of the
Mrs. Carter, C. F. Campbell, J. P. the Capital thin the 15th day single bodyIn Article IX of the understanding YOU ml1lll1b
Bennett Mary Constitution
A g' of AuffUMt. A. D. 1940.L. W. K Mlddleton. Ex Officio jurisdiction all a of way It quickly allays
Richard Chetmer. J. A. Chlsm Luther Secretary of said. Board.( which case a majority ot the the State' of Florida relating to the
} ( S.) It. A. GRAY. mlttlnn rest arSS
the sleep
of the Court shall exemption of
members con- certain
9-17 (t 10251WOTICK property i
Bradley T. H. Ciewi John Campbell Emma To HON. A. O.Secretary ANDHKU.: of Sheriff State. stitute auquorum for the dispatchof from taxation be fInd the same have your money back. (lAdy

H. C. Crews, Raymond Campbell. R. C. business: or It may exercise Itrpowers ,
Brown County. 9-6 9t 11-1
In divisions
and jurisdiction
Lizzie Crews Wesley Croft Edith OF ltIFCTIO'VWHEREA't
______ Dennett. The Legislature. of BOREE
_____ Blunchard Enza Crews. Mrs. Bessie Crews. Mamie NOTIfK OP APPI.1C.\TIOV: 1939. under. the Constitution. of 1885, (b) The Circuit judge shall at .FUNERAL HOt
Louie H. Crews. Honor ron TnKKtt of the State of Florida did pass all time be subject to call to the Ambulance Service
Bennett. H. D. Crawford .. Day or Night Phone 131
(rnate Hill 1A.1) six Joint Resolutions Supreme Court by that Court or

___________ Brown Jane E. Crews Frank Marlon Chesser Earle NOTICK IS! HERKHY OIVEN amendments to the Constitution proposing of the Chief Justice. thereof and during We hate added a late model AMBULANCE
That J: II. Field holder of Tax the call shall be memberi I to our equip,
Lucile Crews. Louis Cruce Gertrude the State of Florida and the same
_ Heck Gladys Certificate No. 418: limned. the 5th., were agreed to by a ,vote of three- thereof as associate justices to act with special spring for easy rlillng.
Bradley. N. M. Carradlne Pearl O. Crawford Sadie day of. September A. D. 1932 has I fifths of all the members electedto In place of any absent. disqualifiedor

i Batten. R. L. Carter L. C. Crawford Dora fllrd name In my office and has each house; that the votes on disabled justice or for assignment "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION" O. II. Bennett, M i
made application for a tax deed to ) said Joint Resolutions were entered to a division but no division
Batten Pinkie Chandler Mrs. Cora T. Crews, Bessie Mae ue l Issued thereon. Said certificate upon their respective Journals, shall Include more than one
Bradley. H. H. Crawford Cecil E. Cruce. Leonard H. embrace* the following d..rll".dprol.rty with the ye... and nays thereon judge. A division shall. consist of
In the County of Brad. and they did determine and direct three. members of said court exclusive .
Bolpx N. O. Clark Mary E. Crawford. Paul ford. State of Florida to-wU: that the said Joint Resolution be of the Chief Justice and

Holes, Alma Christy Mrs W. B. Crawford Linnle Lot 2 of Bile 2. .1. M. John, Sub submitted to the electors of the the judgment of a division. concuired .
Hutton Lee fly of NKVi i of NKV4 Section\ 33 State at the ieneral Election in In by the Chief Justice shall STARKE PLUMBING (I
Boles CM rile Carradine, Stella R.Carmlchael Clark Twp 6 S. H. 22 K., containing I November. 1940. he the judgment of the Court unless -

Box Theodore W.1- M. Cannon Clifford Acre more or I....... NOW. TlinREFORR. I. R. A. such case Involves ((1) clLl'ltalpunl..hment.
The assessment. of the unld properly or ((2) the determination .
allAy, Secretary of State of the
Boles J. A. Crews, Alma Carter, LeeCarter under the said certificate I.... State of Florida. do hereby give of a State or Federal constitutional Plumbing and Heating

Box, JanleBlackburn Cneseer Laura A. Christina sued wan In the lIame of Mr... Fannie notice that acitKiiti. question wherein shall
I Stewart. I-.I.KCTIOV be brought. Into controversy tueconstitutionality
Amamln, Crews Julia W. Crews. Leila Mae I'nle,* said certificate shall be will he held In each county In of a Federal or -SALES AND INSTALLATION-

7 Browning Rachel ClemonH, R. L. redeemed according to law, the Florida on Tuesdiy next succeeding State statute rule I regulation ormunicipal

Gertie Converse, "Louie Belle lemons, Cordle M. property described; therein will be the first Monday In November orilinanee.; or :((3 > there
: Browning old to the highest bidder at thecourt A. D. 1940. the suld. Tuesday. being be a dissent to the proposed judgment REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY!
_ Bennett. Floy Carter. Russell Crawford. Wilbert house door on the first Monday t of a division by a member.

________ (Continued 6)) In the month of November heFIFTh thereof or the Chief or (4ordered > I
page HAY OF NOIRMBRR t.t1'e;
1940, which IM the 4th. day for by the l to
November 1940. the ratification or rejection of be considered .
by two divisions
; ,
iv TIIM ( coniT OP TIIF! Defendants.. Dated. thin 24th.. day of Sep the amendments said Joint Resolution to the Constitutionof proposing whereupon It shall require the consideration A. J. Pellicer ProprietorPHONE

CIRCUITOK ] tember 1910.4OFFICIAL. of two division and
ir Klttlllll JIIl(1I.l IT IS:. FURTHER ORDEREDthat the State of Florida, vlx: the ,
-l -HIM EI.iI'E: OK FMHIIUA.IN this Order be published oncea Thoma A JOINT RESOLUTION: Chief Justice.
C ,,1\1 It K OR. IIIHUKOHUl'MI'V week for four. c-onxecutlve week Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford the Amendment of Section Propos.log 2 ('<) IN ClltNCF.HVK. In the Bradford County Telegraph County Florida. 9-27 6t 10-25 of Article IX of the Constitution the chief administrative. officer of
', B. Tlxnn Unmarried the Court and responsible for the
a of ireneral circulation MAd
newspaper Abolishing Valorem Taxation
riaintirr, I published. In liradford County I ItOTICK OF ELECTIO'V for StatePurposes.. dispatch of business. and procur Located In Building: Behind Conway's Service SUH

-v.. Florida. An election I* hereby. called In RE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEOf Inscon"llIt.nt decisions; he shall
________ Mullen Kncynnkl and huxbaml the described !' .' not be required to examine the record
___________ __ __ KHiynHKl, whose t'hrlll- Florida DONE and thin ORDERED the Jut day at of Stark October. -. School following District. of Bradford Special County Tax'. i FIX3R1DA SLA Tims:, O That THE the STATE following: OF of a cause but may accept the

tlaii. nuiiiH In to itliilntlft unknown I
I A. 0.. 1944OFFICIAL. Florida to-wit: | amendment to Section 2 of Article
efendantn ( BKAL J. In IX of the Constitution of the State
: ) A. ThoinaBCleik. Special Tax School District
_ IIIHII orPI IH.ICATION.MTAIK : number 1. described and bounded !: of Florida relating to taxation
Lly J. R. Kelly Deputy Clerk.. a* follow.: and abolishing ad valorem taxesfor
_ State be. and the
_ IIMLUEN. KAZYNSKI. AND 10.4 4t 10-28 Beginning at Northeast corner I same. Is. hereby purposes, agreed to. and 'tJ

UTSIIAN!> KAV5YNSK1.WIIOHH of Sec. 21 Twp Jo'tr: R .iz..o. I I shall be submitted. to the elector. iii
llIIISTAt ,, ....
: S'A.MH IS TO \orirK OF APPLICATION and run Went to of the State. at the General Electionof
_ ri.AINTlKI UNKNOWN: Foil T\\ i>icioi> ner of Sec. 22 of said Twp\ and IItanlft' Itepiesentatlve In 1940 for approval -
It nptifiirlnw from the bill of iesnist.. Hill >... IIJn thence run South to or rejection; that Is to ,
_ complaint nnd, .arflclnvlt attached NOTlt'K: JH HEHKBY: (UV1T.Z. Southeast corner of $e.! 39 of that the, sulrf Section 2 of Article
hereto riled In I the above entitled Maid Two. and Itanae. thencerun
That lleo. E Turner holder. of tax IX be amended so a* to read a.
..a".... Ih..t. llrllen Kuiynnkl and Certificate No. GOO) < |issued| the 7th West. to Southwest corner follows: .
4.i .lumliHiul __ ICnaynxUI. whcmarhrlmlan duv of JUly A. I>. IftIO has filed. nf Sec. 31 of said. Twp and Section 2. The Legislature,. shall
9. tie"in. I.. to f'lulntlfr. un- name In my office and him made, Itana-e theme run South to- provide for raining. revenue sufficient 1.
Itnown the clefvndnntH h. reluiiantvtl. appllt-ntlon" for a tax d..d. to betunned boundary line between Alitcha to defray the expenses of theIotalt'
; ale rexiilviiiH of a 8tatei thereon Until I certificate and Hradford Counties, Florida \ Including' State appropriations 0
T' > t h e r I hnu" I the s tat ei embrure. the follow'IIIK d"'rll.,1 thence run Southeasterly alonn for the benefit of the uniform -

,i _ _ i>f rinrltln. to-ult : The Plate ofllllnnl property, In the County,, of llrad Maid. boundary line to South line system of free public school
: ..; Hint their ui.rlflc iiluco fold State of Florida. to-wit: of Sec. 6 Twp 8 8. R 22 10;.. provided. In accordance with Article
; or r..I..n.l an |",kulurly HN I III thence run easterly alone section XII of the Constitution, and of the
___________ known In I'lalntirr, In I62N North Lot 5, 6 of IMk. C. N. J. Jonen lines to Southeast cornerof State\ Institutions of higher learning 5 $ ii
Kimball Avenue" I'lilouffa, HllnotH; Addition to. Htaike In t>,Ktt' of Sec 1 Twp. 8 H 11 22 to:.. for each fiscal year" and alsoa
NVitV Walnut. St. "Sec. 28 1ke
that mild Dvfenilant ai over the thence run North to point of sufficient mint to pay the princ
_ age of twenty-one yvarH.. and (hutthnie Twp 8 H It. 22 E bea-lnnlna .ipal. and Interest of the existing: In-
IK no nrrxnn. In the tate o( The assessment of the said prop In Special' Tax School District number debtedness. of the State: but after
.Florida. xt>rvl,'e of a miUporua upon ertv, under the said certificate In- 2, described and bounded a* December 8 lilt. A. I>. 1940. no levy
whom would. bind thu Haiti. i>e- .u.t' wan In the num of A. K. follows) : of ad, vuloiem taxes upon real or
( ..,'anll",*.
Tenilanln.IT _
Beginning at Northeast cornerof personal properly except intangible
IS. THKUKFORR. ORDKRBD: : lrnleHH. mild certifIcate. shall l>eredeemed Sec. 9 Twp. 7 S. It. 22 K;: and property shall be made for any ..
-that the mild. i Defrndiiiitii, lielleniKitiyiixkl arroidlnr to law the run. westerly along\ section linesto Stats purpose whatsoever; and Sec.

_ _ i I. anil 1 h\i,.l"uiul, __..____ property: dencrlbitd. therein will beHold half section line on north tlon 6 of Article XII b.. and the
Kaiviinkl I. whiiHe christian name I Ie to the highest. blrtder. at the line of Sec. 7 Twp. 7 S. It. 23 same la hereby repealed.A .
to I'lulntirr unkn.n, be and they court. hou...e door on th... first Mon- !K., thence run Southerly alone
are hereby required to appear to day In the month of November, half section lines through Sec. JOINT RKSOLUTIOTroposlng
the bill i>f complaint.. filed In the I I'Ml. which !, the 4th May of November 7 and 18 to South line of Sec. an Amendment to Article XVI of

_ Maid CHUMP. wherein, the Plaintiff 1910. U Twp. 7 S. It. 22 E, thencerun the. Constitution of Florida Addlns-
Meek to fnreel.. a niurtffntr" *. on Onted. thin 2nd, dny! of October. westerly along section linesto Thereto an Additional Section\ Permitting -
_ or before Monday 1 the 4th day. of 1941). half section line I n South the Creation of a Commission Mt
-I November A. 1>., l UtO otherwise (OFFICIAL 8IOAL) A. J Thomas boundary of Sec. 14 Twp. 7 H Empowered to Grant Parole
ii-. I *ti.. allvKutlmiN of t the enid hill will Clerk of Clrvnlt. Court. of Bradford H. 21 K.. thence run South along or Conditional, Releases, or ('roha.I -
L lie 4nken. aa confeimeil by the Maid County. Florida 10.4 6t ll-l halt section lines to .bo"II line between Bradford and Ala- Criminal Offenses Under Supervision -
chua Counties, Florida. thence ,. M' _
run Southeasterly along said I IIR IT RRSOLVED BY THE __
;; FUNERAL DIRECTOR county boundary. line to LROIMLATI'RB1! OF THE STATE
R"e: OF FIulDUtDAs
line of Twp
Years Sea. 6 8 S. 22
I My Many Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Reader K, thence run North to South- Suction 1. That the following

EFFICIENT. PROMPT: and COURTEOUS SERVICE west corner of Sec. SI Twp 7 amendment to Article XVI of the
S. R. 22 K., thence run easterly Constitution of the State of Florid.
,. MODERATE PRICES along section lines to Southeast. relating to Miscellaneous. Provisions
coiner of Sec. 33 Twp. 7 S. R. by adding thereto an additional
t DeWITT C. JONES 22 I.:.. thence run northerly Section to t>.. known' as Section 32
I Storke FterhU along section lines to the, pointof of said. Article XYI specifically applIcaile -
beg-lnnlnw. to thecreation of a Commission -

"I In Special Tax School District number or. authorized to grant paroles
conditional releases
4, described and bounded or probationof
a* prisoners.
under supervision. Is
follow.: hereby agre..>t to and shall be sub.
Ileirlnnlnir at Northeast' cornerof bitted to the electors. of the State
Sec '26 Twp. US. H 23 K and of Florida for ratification or re-
'igRBFT1I run West on section lines to the jection at the next tleneral Election
easterly shore, of Santa j Fe I.ake, to, he held IA 440! as follows:
; thence run southeasterly along Section 3%. The Legislature may
_ said shore of santa j Fe kake to create a Parole Commission empowered -
; the south boundary of Bradford to grant paroles or con-
County, Florida. thence runeavteily ditional releases or probation underofficial
alone said South boundary supervision to prisoners( or
of Bradford County Florida person charged with criminal of.
to the boundary line between '""....?. *n* may' Provide for thequttllfliratlan
Clay and Bradford Counties and method of selectIng' -
io Do Your Trading I Florida thence run Northerly the Commission members and
_ nlonir last aforesaid boundary for their term. of fcfflce the length
line to the point of heitlnnlnir. IIr which shall b.. wholly within

where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are In Special. Tax School District number ,- the discretion of the Legislature."

___________ given away with every $10 in trade follows 7. ; described and bounded, a. A JOIXT RESOLUTION Fropos- ? 2:

..certificates.Jre Benrlnnlnir. at Northeast cornerof Leg an Amendment to Article IX of P
See 1:* S H. th.on..lltatton of the State of
Twp. R. 2t U..
_ _
n..If'f'm..1In thence run Went along' section Florida Relating to Taxation and \

Cash II SMITH'S GARAGE run line Southeasterly to Santa Fe River slung thence SantaFe dltlonal Finance, by Section Adding Authorising Thereto. an Ad-the ---"---.:: : 0 uf\ 5

\00 Choose River In the northerly shore legislature the State' of Florida .
STARKE. FLORIDA of Santa Fe Lake. ran to Allocate and Distribute to the '
Southeasterly along tb. shoreof S versl Counties of the State. Cer
Santa Fe Lake to th* intersection lain Excise Taxes Now Levied an" "
thereof with the South Collected and to Be Hereafter ... rm1ThThirst
line of Sec. 22: Twp. 8 a. R 11K. : Levied anctrCollected by Lbs Stale

., thence. run ewsterrr alone of Florida _
,' LEAMINGTON section lines to tb. Southeast BK IT HCSOLVRD BY TIlE LEO. knows no season That's true
corner of Sec. J Twpt.. 8 ti. It. 32 l-ATlTRKi: (>,' THE STATE OF

K. thence run North alone .e.... FLORIDA.That the following of the need for /
amendment to Article IX of the refreshment
tlon lines to point or .bva-lnnln too. Ice-cold
N. E. 1st Street at 1scayne Boulevard to determine the following matters: Constitution ida of the State of Flor ,
1. Whether salif districts shall become relating to taxation and fin Coca-Cola is
Overlooking Uayfront Park and Biscayne Day I a single district which single ance. by adding thereto an addltlonal -' the answer to thirst the

district Is described and bounded section to be known a. Sec _ _ _
_ a. follows: tion 15 of said Article IX. author ,
Opposite Union Bus Station sing the Legislature of the year around and it I
Beginning at Northeast cornerof or Florida, to allocate and Stal'l always brings a '
Sec. 24 Twp. 7 S. H. U K. tribute to the several .. of
MIA1II FLORIDA thence run West to Northwest. the State, certain excise taxes now happy after-sense of
of Sec 21 of _
corner said Twp levied and collected and to be hereafter _

: One mock From Shopping District And Amusements to and Northeast; Kana-e.corner thence of run Sec. North 9 of State of levied Florida and Is collected hereby by agreed the that everybody welcomes. \

said Twp. and Ranee thence run to and shall be submitted to the 0lE -
.# SUMMER RATES UNTIL DECEIBERriUnltlft westerly along section lines to elector' of the State nf Florida
; half section Woe on North lineof ,, for ratification. or rejection at the S
See 'l' of said Twp. and neat general election of Represen
nooOI "lih Uath-"IJiO; Double Roont WIth Dalh-$ ..OO1IIAMI'S Range, thnc run southerly lattice to be held In 1940. aa follows. THE PAUSE THAT REF RIIOTI1.m
alone half section lines through .
Sec. 7 and 1* to South line of i Section IS. Th. Legislature shall
., MOST POPULAR HOTEL See. IS of sail Twp. and RlLn.... nave the power to allocate and dis UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA CO. BY
thenr. run westerly alone sec-1 tribute to> the several counties of STARKE
ii tlon lines to halt section line In the State., In equal amount., and at COCA-COLA BOTTLING COIPANYrw




I car to push them Friday night GUM BRANCHBy children. Voncllle and Shirley, holster T, B. PlnhoTster, Mrs. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dixon
FF1. S. School He was very nice about It. MaybeIt Miss EUtahcth Harnuge were visiting Mr. Kelly's brother- Bulah and Mildred Harrell and I and family of Lawtey Sunday.
was because It happened to be in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. Mrs L. L. Parker Mr. and Mrs Jessie Harden- .,

i I girls. :Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hutch- C. Crosby Sunday.Mr. Mrs. V. V. Hazen was In Gainesville I brook 0 f Starke were visiting,

JXFRIDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1940 NUMBER: I Surely seems nice to have Grace Inson and children of Rising were and Mrs. H. B. Kelly and Saturday shopping. I Mra Margaret Mageri Sunday aft-
ME: Green back In school Grace dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. Mr. and Mrs. Dt>wl"YVls of Mrs. Luis Mint and Mrs. Abe ernoon.
| back and Sadie absent. Can't get S. Sapp Sunday. Jacksonville were visiting relatives Crosby of Jacksonville spent the j Mr. and Mrs Mann Griffis of

esistible Force Meets | them all together anymore.; Mrs. H. M McRae and Mrs. B. here Saturday. week-end with their parents. Mr. Saxton were visiting Mr, and Mrs.

: By the way girls. Sadie hasa M. McRae and sons. Benny and (I Miss Hylah Drlggers, of Lake and Mrs, L. R. Galney.Mi : John Mageri Sunday.

very becoming permanent. Just! Lynn of Pine Level were dinnerguests Butler spent the week-end herewith and Mrs, Rural Dukes of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Ellingtonof
movable Object- To !1 to lip you off It's one of those of relatives In this section ;; her brother-in-law and sis Dukes spent Sunday with Mr. and Starke were visiting Mr and

a ,ImachlneleHS, She mire did look I Tuesday of last week. ter Mr. and Mrs J, R. Kelly Mrs. T. VV Markey.H ,Mrs! Marcus Griffl4 Monday. I

High. Tornadoes in a I Iconte | In the last half, pretty in her black tafutta dress I Mrs. H. L. Edwards and daugh Oscar Crosby William Wood* P Galney made a business! Mrs. Ollie Luke of Starke and
,\ford\ .ted game against the with Irby getting off a i i Sunday: afternoon. ,Iter. Jewel, returned to' their home and J. R. Kelly mad a business (rip to Gainesville Monday. I fIlM Evelyn Carter of Jacksonville -

{Ijh School on the local the Tornadoes put forth Glad to have one of our former here Friday after spending the trip to Jacksonville Monday.The Don't forget, folks, October 23, were visiting Mm, M. D
la "Friday night narrowly fort and twice came I students back with us for a visitat past week in Kentucky where Rev W. E. Hall of Green (Saturday) Is the big Hallowe'en Carter Thursday. ,
alnell'0 l their spotless "no de- ing distance of the school None other than Muriel they attended the funeral of Mrs. Cove Springs wa the dinner Carnival here and .the kings and
record thus far ]In the 1940 only to lose the ball FSrown. / Kdwarda sister. guest of Mr. and Mis. Alton queen will be here too. Talk EVERGREEN ,

I I1:I season, the game ending both times in the face I Girls! Did you see that good- Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Towery and Dobbs and Mrs. Inez Kelly Sunday about eating--theie will be sand-., Ity :\h'". .". A. Rosier j''
U deadlock. Friday night's ing Indian resistance looking boy at the football game daughter, Mary Fail, of Ferrmn- and while there he visitedthe wiches of all kinds, Cake and hot 1 '
f against the Alachua High I The Indians are Friday night About an Inch dlna spent the week-end with Mr. bedside of H. K. Hnislop. coffee, and the usual. booths:: the Those attending union meeting
1 Indians I l was theeason Tornadoe s passing team and they I taller than coach, and well built. and Mrs. Vanlce Keene and H.. II. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ward and fish pond, African dodger and of the Black Creek Association
of the and the played this fact with Well that was Coach's brother in Keene, family and Miss Novls Snpp. of fortune telling. The senior king which was held at Long Brunch

under Coach Bill Stephens beautiful passes they | case some of you girls. are dying Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and ,New River spent Sunday at Oak I and queen will be selected from Saturday from Evergreen: were: .'
hell the B. H. S. facWty With only about five i of curiosity. son, Bobby of Sampjion City : Grove !, the Junior high school here or Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hllllaul, Mr.
earn for i time. to go in the last I Hear some of the girls alreadyi were dinner guests of Mr. Sapps Mrs C. C. Crosby and daughter from the Senior high elsewhere.The and Mrs. J E. Rosier Mr. and

the g tamegot under way land Godwin intercepted i i planning on the Hastings game. parents, Mr. and Mis J, S. Sapp, Arsula, Mrs J. R. Kelly and Junior king and queen will Mrs Russell Redding and J. Q.
Itv Bradford Park, the large these passes and for a We wonder why Well, time will Sunday Miss Carrie Alvarez: of Pine Level be selected from the sixth grade Rosier ,
drawn by the traditionalc utes. it seemed: Starke tell Among those attending churchat were in Grandln Wednesday down to any small child!, Mrs. | Joella Sapp la spending the
rivalry existing between a touchdown. I Pine Level Saturday night and Miss Doris Dyal of Sturke. was Melva Harrell and ,Miss Flora week here with her grandmother.
lo nchools. saw J. E. Den-' Fumbling on the part I Marie Dyal seen writing to some Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. F. S, visiting her grandmother a n d Alice Edwards: are In charge; of Mrs. J. S. Rosier. -
Tornado back-field man H. S., boys lost several boy In Jacksonville I think he Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. S. L Conner brother. Mrs. Aile Brown and the Senior and Junior king and | Pansy and Eva Jean Reddish 'r
Is school. '
f a beautiful opening klck- plays. I I'll going to some business and daughter, Elms, and Miss Horace Dyul this. week-end queens, respectively.Mr. were visiting Clarice Rosier Sun-
the Indians, From then Tits Tornadoes won I I catch them all yet. Leila Harnage. Miss| Cart In Alvarez of Pine und Mrs. J.V.. Kelly of day. 1?
tine conclusion of tue first :, three games of the I Well so long until the next. Mrs. Agnes William of Jacksonville Level spent pail of last week Staike spent the weekend with Mis. J. Q. Rosier and children ; I

|,the two evenly matched Oatlns; Green Cove I -.Chatter spent the wt<.'k-end here with her cousin. Miss 1 Arauln Mrs. Kelly's mother, Mrs. Nora spent Sunday In Lake Butler.
to Florida Deaf and Blind. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rosier eq'
once threatened Mr Crosby |
not with her parents. and Mrs.1 .
; but by turns pushed the from St. Augustine!' and HIGHLAND J. S. Sapp The Rev. H. M. Tlllman of Sapp.Robert Clyatt of Jacksonville '''an
pigskin buck and forth ;, wood High School. By :Miss Beth \tmlierlyMm R. C. Keene left recently for \ Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. J, Is spending a few days with his here with Mr. and l Mrs J E. Jbj

or thirty yards en either, game against Alachua : .... Cecil Hardee anti 1 babyreturned Feather Hill Call where he will T. Barnes of Rising were visitingthe / brother iind family, Mr. and Mrs. Rosier T1
B/ the 50-yard line. Several day night although enter the CCC Camp. bedside of Mia. C. C, Crosbykjuiivin Charlie Clyatt. I I i Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp of yap
fine beautiful Indian passing tie-up kept their record visit/ with Sunday Mrs James from u Cox week's at Mrs. S. L. Towery and daughter "' .. ,...jf.,* Mr. und' Mrs Johnnie Lewis Sapp station spent Sunday herewith ,). I

iBllly Irby and Bud Kirby, defeats. Hawthorne. Mary Fal H. H Keene: and Aii-. und Mis. Ovid Thomas and left last Friday for Jucknonvllle it. E. Rosier and mother. ,,(I l
to gain serl- The Tornadoes must Mr. and Mrs. Horace Know It's, home.I I I \"'l''
unsuccessfully :Mr and Mrs Oscar McCormick son, Harley, and J. A. Harnage where they will make their
ferilaKe from the Tornadoes ability to maintain that and family of Jacksonville were visiting the bedside of Mrs. all of Stnike. were visiting. Mr. They will be at home to friends. New Power Line : l"
frward passes. After the record tonight (Friday) here with F. M. W H. Kersey Sunday afternoonat and Mra Frank Thomas Sunday. and relatives at 2080 Philip St.
Ine, or two tries the local j ford Park when they spent Crews Sunday and Miss' Maggie Crews. Hoatdialn. I Mr. and Mrs J, Nt Kelly were To BlandingThe .;;t

I began keeping a sharp eye ,! the Roddick high K B. Griffis of Ft. Lauderdale A, J. Yarbrough of Jacksonville visiting Mr. and Mrs Jessie SAMPSON CITY :,111!
to Kirby" phase of Reddick defeated the of Lake Butler recently Florida Power and Light J :
Randell I Vining
"liby Gelger of
arrived Saturday for a few days Hy Mrs. N. E. Jones '
fcme. j last year.Seniors. Alachua'I visit with his parents, Mr. and Albert Kruse of Stnrke were Mrs W, T. Crosby and son, I Company, which has a sub station ::F .

Mrs, J, W. Griffis.Mis visiting In this section Sunday William were transacting business Mrs. Mildred Dyal .spent the just east of the Starke city
In Jacksonville recently I limits serving Lake City, Lake 'I' .
Editorial Put ] H. C. Wlmberly B. H. afternoon.Mrs. week In Jacksonville. I,
Green Cove
Waldo Spring,
Ricks aril C. M. Crlffis attended H. H. Keene Is spendinga David Weaver of Miami la. ,
| SEEMS TO 1\1) edge Into ActionIf the Baptist Association held I al few 'daVH at the bedside of her KROOKERIty visiting hIs sister, Mm. W Hi I and several other near-by towns, r.
I ir of ,
recently began construction a : "'
mother, Mrs W. R who Smith ""t
: Keisi-y.
Branch Church MIIK- ,
Long near :
i of Starke and Brad- Mr. I. L. ParkerBridge volt ten-
three-phase 66,000 high
people anyone chancing to vllle, Friday und Saturday. Is very 111.Junior I Mr. and Mrs. E D. Jones and ;g
ounty have thus far shownood post office last Thursday IWr. and Mrs. James Cox and demons spent (the Club Meet 'MI'. and Mm. A, V. Varnes spent Mon transmission line to Camp ',
school spirit by attends ering why the office Miss Kathleen Hardee of Hawthorne end In Jacksonville with WE'E'k.j The Bridge Club met at the the day Sunday In Palatka. Itlandlng which will serve the !, 'i'I:
football) games, but the of seniors who were busy visited relatives here Sun Mr. and. Mrs. II. M. McRae and home of Mrs. Guy Haircll bite und Mrs. Sam Brownvisited I Camp's electrical needs 't;"'!
its that we could do a lot 'i ThUI'II-i I The new lines are being placed .
here Is the : I f.
letters day. children. Mrs. II. M. McRae and day of last week with most,, Mr. Biown's sister, Mrs. '
I by just talking football up The seniors were Mr and Mrs. Moss Fanning daughter, Mrs. Andrew Hutchinson -i'members present ', Ida' Coodge, Sunday. on the same poles which reach h
> bitLbody. knowledge Into action I 1 made a business trip to Green i' and Maxine Hall nil of Pine 1' Mrs Fred flaxen led with the'I 1 r Mr. and Mrs Willis Dyal were from the sub station here to I { 1
who doesn't show at i' When' asked to assist. in Cove Springs Monday. |Level, were visiting friends and highest score of the evening's In Hampton on business Sunday. Green Cove Springs via the Kings- ; AJ
lome small liking for a foot- I out letters of )Miss, Sue Brlnson who Is attending I relatives in thla section. Sunday play and Mrs Ralph Hazen made Mr. W. H, Smith and little icy Lake road. The present lines J ,
really has n6 sporting of the afternoon. daughter, Joan were visiting Mrs carry only 13,000 volts. !
jame i members school at Macclenny, low, :! \ 1,'
I in him. I who recently contributed spent me weeK-end here with her Mr. and "Mrs. T. A Crosbyand Late In the afternoon' the hostess Arirora in-own ana :nine lion, Art-' TOIIOM 1'1'1Y <'OVfMHMTAKK y '.+'!t
n a player gets out on theo | the Home Economics patents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. children of Rising were visit- served refreshments of cake ford Jr.. at St. Vincent's HospitalIn NOTICE plAT 1032 c'h..v'o:
display his skill he de- the seniors eagerly agreed Uilnson. I''ing Mr. and Mrs T R, Norman and coffee. Jacksonville! this week. n rolct, .rlnl 'oupe No. IHA104-140JO.Knrlrxi No. 3271061 hearingMotor : ';,,!: t!
lupon the crowd I to play aIrt this chance of putting Mr. and Mrs. Luell Tanner and Sunday afternoon. Friends of Mrs. Lee Crosby will Mrs. K.:: D. Jones and Mrs. lUll Vehicle' 1Tas N,.. 11-3S7H j with j
In determining whetherany have learned into use. I I Miss Charlotte Tanner of Law- Mr. and Mrs. Jon Dobbi and be glad to knuw that she Is Improving were shopping In Starke Monday IIn appraised value of IXKH than $1- "if
Oiii, wile K.|.I-I| in Bradford 'ouriey. ,11 .if ::
{ good at all. I Each senior was given ', ley were visitors here Sunday. children of DeLaml, were visitingat afternoon. Florida, Ortob 9, 1U40, for ln-lnur' >I*t>
118 been noticed especially of a contributor and the bAss: Idelle Nettles and Corbett the home of J. A. Harnageand Miss Joella Barry of Starke Mrs Shi Smith and Mrs Doc iiii1 In I ho violation 'of Soctlnn fviD
I I Lawn of Florida, ". ![
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i last few games that just 1 the gift she gave and Nettles of Lawtey spent Sunday family Sunday afternoon. was visiting relatives 'anil friends Warren of Starke were visiting Ilia''. and that It In. the Intention ,?["
jail the cheering and boost- 'write that person a here with frlemlsMM Mrs. Alene Hall and, children. here Monday. In Sampson Sunday afternoon of Thou. W. Long, Dlrrr-lnr. Wll 't>tHt
s been done by the pep preciation. (I II I H. C. Wlmbeilv. Miss Harley and' Minnie, are spending Many people from here attended Mlllard Varnea of Pulatka was .I&II..hA.lh'V""K" .. >pnrtin Klitrliln...nt, to of sell Plurlila.lh., I I'f( (*',f,
I alone I I Although many of the Ethel Ricks Miss Beth Wimberly this week with her sinter and the funeral of Mrs. J. K, visiting hi* lIOn and daughter, property above desrrlbed! at pnlillcMnlo I ,I"
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Varnett. and Ethel In front of the Court I limn* i': .;
aft Jones
did not even know the and C. M. Griffin accompanied by Norris of LaCrosse Sunday ,
people that go to these T.i, ut KlkeMI orh"ht" nt 10:0(1( A. M. |/f,l 1 1i
laie school whom they were writing, Mrs. J. R. Smith und Roy Smith N Norman. ernoon. She was the wife of the Monday >n 20 194O I'j'1'
helping the very sult was as a whole of Lawtey were visitors to Doc- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ganklna and Rev. J, L. Norrls. K.: D. Jones wan attending to 1'h. Hint lovrittir llrinirtm( of I I Mfct tKlorldn \:"'
[by the money they spend I reserves the right( to re- ,
them, but could really factory, due to the tor's Inlet Monday children of Wood lawn were vislt- Many friends of Mr. and Mrs. business In Lake Butler Monday. ) ..ny'all" all bids. I \;Ir
j 'np Mr. and Mrs Van Ice Keene All claiming right seInterest ,I ,
I est In the task and to J.V.. Solomon of Jacksonville Frank Feagle of Lacrosse willreKI.t persons any ',
the home team what they I In or to UHlil properly or i, ;f 1F(
all tried to was visitor here Sunday afternoon, to learn of the accidental .. .
I that they a Wednesday of them them aTjell. .
by giving very best. I Mrs. B. M. McRae and sons. death of their son, J. C., Sunday <| ...,\\.t appear and make .iipt I ,,1')
I lly W. A. 'TJlerMrs
I rlalnii within' thirty CHI) days frotra '
Benny und Lynn of Pine Level, "
-.Jack Haile. -Mary ItETHEL aftetnoon. The boy was climbinga lli. dill of the first l..hl..IlOll I. of frithin il
pent Tu silay In, this section. with pm"slmmon tree when one of the Annie Noxla of Annapolis. notlr HK |provided l l fur l>r tVc- I s J',,
By Mm. i) Ufxxliird lion. 13, <"hitpl"r 1 1IH. I.IIWH of ;,,
I relatives. ;
Chatterbox II limbs broke and he fell He was Minn.. Is visiting her sister. Mrs. Florida 101I: l" the Htat HvvrruK I' '". ,
I Squad Faithfuls I Mr. and Mis Albert GlIsHon rushed, to the Aluchuu County John MaRerl, Sr, Hctuirtinrnt nf Florida, ut Tulluh : .
I __.., Klorldii' or all such rlnhtti if"- ,.
SUNNY ROOK FARM but died before dawn bits Luvenla Darker last
Everything fine and and family have moved back to Hospital spent mid IntvrHMt In and to said proper r. f
f re on earth were most of pretty wintry morning our section from East Palutka lly Miss. .\rnulii Crosby Monday morning. His arm was ,, week with her daughter, Mrs. Ol- rly shall crass and terminate.Thou t''
Ambers of the pep 'squad almost like spring. I Mrs Jimmie Woodard spent broken In two places, his buck In lie Klllngton of Starke. I l lrotur. Hint Hev.rags, w,rp latng rt., )fi, ''
day night at the game be- Very exciting Sunday In Luke City with her sister Mrs. J, W Knight and laughter two places, and his leg and neck | Mrs Lottie Gilffls of Ralford niAnt of Florida .1'allahaes..e "'' ."
1 Starke and Alachua When verv Interesting football Mrs Mollie Harrell, who was of Jacksonville were were also broken. Funeral. services Is upending some time with her Florida.. 10-IH lit II-1S- ,J'

time approached and It wasor Friday night. Gator G r seriously Injured In an automobile Mr. and Mra W. R. Halnlop Wed- will be in the Antioch Ceme-!sister" Mrs Sarah Brown. II Eaca.( Acid cau.*'. k 1ft,,
them to go into action Gainesville and the annual accident recently.L. nesday. I tary Tuesday afternoon. For sev- | Ernest Wilmot and family of FREE I pain.of Slomaclv f ij.
|vacancies were noticed Insquad's coming in Gainesville. Hlggenboiham of East Mrs. J. R. Kelly and children era) years Mr. Feagle hall been Jacksonville were visiting this you Ulcer ',
p section of thers most all of our students Pulutka spent Sunday here with Kathryn and Robert' Lloyd, spent working for the China Tung Oil section Sunday., ,. ,''1
and a count was taken ball fans missed the Mr. and Mrs D. D. Woodard. Thursday with her parents, Mr. here. I Rev. C. H. Rhoilen. of Jacksonville DloatingCaaH.artburnBelchins. I
e; present. Out of all those Association! Nausea, get a /r.. sannple of UDCA. i,
Talk about being I and Mrs. A. L. Drlggers. of Those attending the filled his regular appointmenthere .
|is who joined the pep I I Think It was when Dot Typewriter ribbons ok- all kinds Butler. Lake, at Ralfonl from here were: Mrs.O. Saturday night and Sunday. 'and a /r.. Interesting booklet; mti ,J;
there were about fifteen I Sara B., had to ask the r.,. ...1.. lOt ilia Tel.orenh ..,,.... Mr. und Mrs. Warren' Kelly and B Col on, 111'f "' raw' Mr. and Mrs Tom Porter were "(',UU'F.NTlm'H IHHHJ HTOIIK" ,n
game! Therefore It was ----
to this handful of faith- \,

do most of the cheeringlearn. .
I ; tF6f

they were these mem-

|f,ir ck"11 the team squad in and numbers proved school., they faithful What cer- :i 1i:., _o. WI. A P JI. R ISO N WITH : \" :'

I trleo .,. iJ.-j.J'4.."" >
to make up tor In .: \ ''It

Ail through the 'game "ANY OTHER
ere "lght there straining ; MAKEW
'OC"i chords for their team.
"Wr- f
lIdn stop after the first !
ther I
they kept right on ,
1 end i ,f |the garue.
: k
.nk 'those faithful students |, witaMl '" ,

go down In B. H. S. hl.'hi .- I"
: fifteen immortals. |, ,

[ 9 'member! though, that TRY THE ,
pep tiquaders can't always I!

.'h:'na, nirden Their of vocal cheering chords at Ri .1j1.!

dcn for it. Let's all try /G ;;
e III to the games and do "
1 )l he yelling. : .
|ety Notes : ;
L Neal 'i,
| 1 Hmson spent Sunday Inj j w '., -. -- 'ir
'. '1' 1 tlr itinK:5i
t ., r

lyP Crosby wa In Gainesville ;' Iir Sweeping changes and improvements make Ford's new, big-car .. .;

Lee Wainwright attended i ride the 'car's sensation. See the .
I IIlbda! Chi Alpha' banquet ) new Ford today. It's brand *: .

11eftVllle rre4>n was Saturday.visiting in Jack- new in bigness-in beauty, luxury and value And before you t '!

Sunday.Norman was vjsiting/ in trade for any car-check the deal at your Ford dealer's ,' 1 I'Ms'1:,; :.

lle Saturday. .t
Lee illu1ltIIHIII ,
one spent Friday In .
:E- _.
nVUle .1--L.a-; -J---Ji.---- -.--- \

|nl those who attended the ;- -
:Maryland game Saturday 1 .. -1ti= ;

race.arOlyU Wainwrlght.Green Nina Louis Bishop.Leegut J. W. 4a

gter\ : Ralph Collette Nettles Green i Free-, Th ANDREWS Jr. ;

; '
;'en Virginia Sewell Mr. ....
and Grace Green J. Starke Florida '
4mark .
Enos .
.. Hayes Alias: I I1 "
hmmalyne Morgan, Leo- ,
otnter Ferryman, and '
'er. ., .:.: ... '' .: :_ '.''\1 : _. 0 .,;J. _" : ._ ._. :...-. :"jo'" 0';" t .,

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'. ytm l

: 1,
'j .' PAGE FOOl ... ... lilt
1 ) .d.n _OUn d I a bird
locum gall ,
best near
M' I Green's bout the Doshia
(Temple Ave.. /If you must) tof hew" autpnvJbllig \. r. Haen't Brown 1\'
i' Into a pair '
;'tI SOCIETY and CLUBS I They continue to pop up, almost usedto that rid In'can breeches be poured. Lee Shephetdsportln' seen any boom-time knickers j tag babyre bov In receipt, of tL at
Can't get '
over night a bigger car .' The way yet, though The-naming red thought. Win SUd4
1iA spetn' the!' trees and palms II'
Joe Truby was sporting last
----' the shirt "bounCing" all
9tt are full of ,In ba
I U. in' cleared out to make way for the yards .. I almost turned in the the *' ?
W. M Sattidy '
Baptist townat seen
all over one 'ta
W. S. C. S. Members Hook Review Enjoyed businesses but so it goes windows full of light bounce ?,
Assigned To Circles Hy Methodist W. S. C. S. Holds Business MeetingThe Hear rumors' of a Night Club night Dot Powell's snazzytan fire alarm I they do sat Mnn.eeu\ ,
I to The attractivenew !still! dLh
II I I but I'll let suit That special bus Have you seen: hovers ,",,tint, 6to
Since the reorganization of the The Woman's Society of"Chris Baptist W. M. if. held its Nothln' definite yet. it gets to Camp Blanding The new operator in Leila's-name's some more pta, OokQ': 10,
know as soon as '
f the Methodist October Royal Service and business you almost ready to open; Anne Dietrich The eenormous Have m/ 'Igh'' '
Service Service 0 shop
1"4dNl ,. Woman's Society of Christian tiara the blue print stage beauty you "
of the Methodist Church, the Church held Its semi-annual book meeting at the First Bap- if besides me, cute name Lon aine's given It- vases In the Clar-Jean Shoppe -Cecil and utl Ii h|, n-:e11tma,
following named members will I review this week, under the direction tist church on last Monday aft- Wonder others, Lady Fair The churches still How young an' lovely Mrs. Ophelia 1 H, "tsar 'tIlt

r" work In the three, circles: of Mrs. I.. P. Shepherd, ernoon at three o'clock. get a bigger kick outta than our. high the have services midst the rush A. Z. Adklna looks Ethel ins place .i Ii.,? ''k '<* \\lilt

+'$ Circle Number One: MM Titus superintendent: of mission study, Mrs Af, Darby, president, school football affairs games. Guess I'mjus' (Seriously, folks, let's go 'n' let Taylor's pert new red, white, an' She s -,;,I'i:,, '., 'A Ofttl'
I ir'Y I ( assisted by Miss Olive Ray. led the devotional using: for her big time the newcomers know we welcome blue sweater The "newsies' tractive H' Yfr
'2h4 L chairman. Mrs A. Wood, at heart H ?
, Olsen "What Your Money Represents a bush league gal Marjorie Stump an' on the street Piney and Mar- fingernails : 'T
+ Mrs. E, K, Perryman, Mrs. T J. Monday afternoon there was a subject about the I them) p.,_-. In-
,r P'f n'r is Ro- But there's sumpln swell in greens Ian Brown might be sisters 'stead '""* ,
look ,
Il Iltl Griffin Mrs Carrie Ritch Mrs short business meeting at the using as Scriptures Lois Long long ;I'b., ,
r ''M the 12:1.11: and Matthew 24: nice youknowmeandIknowyouatmosphere not vegetables) Leila :of mother an' daughter The bert Yates *" t"
kbl j ,t I+, ph A. F Situlll, Mrs. S. A, Weldon, church, presided over by presi- mans of Bradford Park that I (colors tau.. ,. A
1'nl'' f ,h Mra, L. F .JImlt h, Mrs, L, ;D. dent, Mrs. E.!: K Perryman. Mrs. 4551.Mrs.: Everybody eatin' an' Bill's garage apt; Frank I Gem Lunch has moved again-no I era' Market fit 'he Fet m
-t Green, Mrs D. E. Knight Miss W. B. Sewell, president of the Jerry Moore, leading for gets me and drlnkln' Coca-Colas 1 I Landrum's private Jook organ klddin'-this time it's opposite right at horn f- 11.sI """III

"t Amy Coburn, Miss Kate: Struth, pdrent-Teacher Association, nuked Circle Four which had the program .peanuts. Coach with his jaw swelledout Abbie Harley's new perm and : Red Alvarez' Bunny Kidd father (Dr A H K *"

Mrs J. F Colley, Mrs. A, H. that the Society sponsor a boothat In charge, presented the fol- tooth-ache, no doubt) hair-do (An' doesn't she carry ansvverin' taxi calls < Every ticed here many "etman'! V*

$ i* g 1 Green Mrs. W. O. Halle, Mrs. J. the Hallowe'en Carnival, and In lowing: "The Unchanging Stew- The (regulars I n their favorite herself well, too?) Ethel where 19 dust Just dust mother (Mrs Sl.\'" Ytea and:|""

+ H. Fields, Mrs. M. B. Herlong, this -way help the local school. ardship"; "The Motive of the !spots! on the bleechers: Jimmy rushin' around buyln more Have you seen the handsome Tally) was m-rrlf were c''

Mrs. Kula!: Whlgham. The Society voted to sponsor a Tithe", by Mrs. Harold Carden; Brownlee, Virginia and Charlie Biggs tots lately that the stork brought Well ao long r.

% Circle Number Two: Mrs A Z, booth and the president appointeda the "The Unchanging Tithe" by Mrs.T. Darby, Herbert and Evelyn Rltch. blankets since she had to move about this time las' year? go wash my n"Ck1 DO Cot1!
look after
; 1k Adkins, chairman, Miss Amelia committee to Bob and Verna Demorest. Dink bout i on the porch to make room Claire Jean Mundy, Tom Long, 'for the dance 1gel read,
t After the business, a devotional K. McClane Jr. by I nniin
work. Prayer
: Ray, assistant chairman, Mrs L and Edna 'Hart Nat and Mrs. I for more roomers Our real I and Glenn Wood, Jr., have sho you at t the fool 1)81' 9e

A. Davis, Mrs. W P. Smith, Mrs' Mrs. A service, Wood,was vice-president conductedby Mrs. S. E!:, Sparks, and "The Nat, Virginia and Junius Smith, estate men (Joe Wilson Frank I I grown Speakln' of the famed j| ame
W, E. Middleton, Mis. William Larger Stewardship" wns discussed NO forth, so forth, AND so forth i .e'01)7I )
and then the first chapter "Up-
: w' Blair, Mrs. K. S. Matthews, Miss, Americans" reviewed by Mrs. R. A. Thomas. A Eva Shepherd there with hercutelookln' I
rooted was
+ l Olivo Ray, Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, : brother Hazel
Mrs. J. W. White and Miss skit, "A DebtlcBS Denomination"was 1
a by
t-'la l Mra Pearl Simpson Mrs. J, W. I ) Matthews and
i1 White, Mrs H. A, Spencer, Mrs. Amelia Ray, the title of the chap given by Mra. Paul Raymondand Charlie Lou (shiver) Vining scur-'I
Genesis of the
F. H Long, Mrs. S. S. Dowling,' ter being" Mrs Doris Rozier, ryin' to a car'to escape the chill neI SAt
Exodus. G/WP
t Mrs. W S. Stroman Mrs. L S. The business session saw Mrs. What'll they do when it

p,+ ,4 ,,1 j Hutto, Mrs. Arthur Hall, Mrs. A. Tuesday afternoon the book review -I H. L. Hough installed as leaderof REALLY gets cold? Too bad
rs W Redgrave, Mrs. Emma Murphy was held at the home of Clara Mae Knight wasn't there to
Circle No.4, and Mrs. A. E.
Judge and Mra A. Z. Adkins The
herself thanked torraisin'
y. hear publicly
t opening/ song was Rescue thePerishing I Light foot as secretary Pledges to
f t C Circle Number Three: Mrs L with Mrs. Adkins aa to the Hundred Thousand Club money to buy blankets
D. Vining, chairman; Mrs T. T,}accompanist, Mitts Olive Ray conducted were received and amounted! to wrap the Tornadoes up In the ALEXANDERDresses
Yarbrough'sltUn' I n
chairman Mrs. Faye
Long, assistant ; a short devotional service, twelve dollars per month.
4 Mrs. bleachers with a handsome man
Charles Darby, secretary;
and the chapter, "The Family The resignation of Mrs. H L.
Junlun Smith, treasurer.. ; Mrs. D. In uniform Missed Bill Plum-
Pulls Up Stakes" was reviewedby Brownlee as leader of Circle No: He'sbeen
i p Carpenter, Mis. Ed Wllllnms, mer from the microphone
Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton and 2 was regretfully accepted.
Mrs E. L. ill, but don't send flowers
Mrs Sam Anderson,
Matthews, finance committee; I Mrs. F., L. Matthews "T he Following some discussion, the Think, he survived Company
t Church Serving the Migrant" was W. M U. voted to give the P.-T.
,, MM. W, B. Sewell, Mrs J. W. Dance Kola's: Better music and
reviewed Mrs. T T. Long and contribution of instead
by A $10
Klncald, Mrs M. F. Brown, Mrs bigger crowd las' Friday .
nodal the Rev H. A, Spencer of sponsoring a booth at the Hal- the
+ Grace Wainwright, com- Genial Steve Weldon minding
mittee; Mrs. Hogan Smith. Mrs. Thursday afternoon the Society lowe'en Carnival this year. door Joe Edwards and Lillian STARKE FLA.Special ,

McClelland, Mrs. W. N. North, members met at the home of Mr. Moseley giving the rest of HOUSE Ind

,a Mrs. Carl Johns Mis. Charley and Mrs E. L. Matthews, and the Perryman and Mrs. W B. Sewell. the jitterbugs a run (or Is it a 9"

Johns, and several others who devotional service was conductedby "Ministering to the Shifting Pop- hop) for their money Big DRESSES

have promised to join Mrs. Titus Olson. The chap- ulation" the last chapter In this Jack Manes havln' a swell time Coats

ter entitled "Youth on the HIgh- study, was reviewed by Mrs A. Candy Dennis Sappo Ingram,
District Masonic Meet way" was reviewed by Mrs. E K. Wood and Mrs. William Blair. and Bill Edwards holding their

At Kaiford Lodger own with the newcomers . J
Lorene Moncrief an' Sonny Stern-

r r annual meting of the Ma- I Carolyn CallstreetAshes u--- I berg make a cute couple ,

sonic 10th District was held with Elvalee Manassa lookln' more

the Raiford lodge Tuesday PrincIpal Hedy Lamarlsh than ever .' Ida BetterGrades

} speakers were Smith L. Tur- Sternberg an'Robert Green i .
to ashes and dust to Looked in on the draft regis-
ner, Grand Master of Florida, and dust- I tration at the school house las' Snappy-eyed, 'good-lookln' girl I I s

L. F. Chapman, superintendent of with Mr Harris '
Oh how I wish a cloud would weekachers) had a time to $6.95CHILDREN'S
the State Prison Farm. bust! in the mornln' Men lined up Little Jeannette McLendon, up N N1 Nt

Among the many visitors at- Never thought the dry weather an' waltln to sign Everyonehad from Orlando, with her mother,

.: tending from all parts of the district would Inspire poetry, but thaaajus the same Idea-come early Mrs. H. B., for the week-end was

were. N. C.. Schapper, district how I feel about the drought sr avoid the rush Evelyn bewildered by all the strange new

grand master, and Earl situation The London fog Ritch had a funny feeling when faces and the fact that everybody

Simpson, past district deputy has nothing on the Starke dust she asked one man his place of In town has rented out spare t

: '/ grand master. Heavy traffic, trucks haulin' birth and he replied, "Berlin Germany rooms She,took a quick look -1 DRESSES

L The Masters degree was con- llmerock, buildings being torn ," If he had added around 'an'" said to her grandmother

fen ed. down keep the atmosphere choke "Hell, Hitler!" She would prob- : ','Som odY's'got my 49c & 9ScSweaters

ably have keeled over in a dead and somebody's got Mama's ... -
loom i
ingly hazy Worst feature ', '.. ', ::" .
For sale Adding Machine and however, Is that you have to wash faint room. Haa somebody got your

Typewriter Hlbbons at Telegraph. I your neck: twice a day instead bf Wish I had a nickle for every room, too?" i W

office. I once |filling station on Gasoline Alley Have you noticed: Carolyn .

:Smart Nw Styles That u'm11I1e:
? ;
REMEMBER THE DRUG STORE FOR BEST VALUES .. i You OutHtjindinj At The Foot bull Warm Wool ('.?

Ollmntl All Other Fall Ac- Silk &: Rayon iv W)

t, fexoKDNE CARPENTER'SWER. ti\ilie :Mixture' .,{

THURS. FRI. SAT. $5.95 _$10.95 5 9 c

I Oct. 30th. 31st. Nov. 1st. To$2.95
m' i


I' $2.95 $6.95

16 NOV. 1-2 his Many people wonder how Rexall Stores can offer such x}]
CV "X' quality at such tremendous money-saving prices. This 59c

t ill ? is our way of a v.rtisin9-0f making new friends for

,,,,,,. 1 TWOf011NIPRICEOFONEAONECENTI' : ier Rexall quality.: The more new friends we made the LadiesHats to $1.95

o ;' better values we will be able to offer. So when you -
{ Ml31 Antiseptic Solution become a friend of Rexall you .save now and in the

h 4))+ *f$* A big favorite. Antiitptic ovon shun dilut.d rt *+ r\ future. Men's Wear
2 to I. Eitro for Ollc
too SIZE FACE 2 for 4'c 100PURETEST 2 for Mi31 DENTAL PASTE S12E i* f

4 LORIE POWDER 51c ASPIRIN SOc CI..m.. thoroughly. loovot the mouth {..)- for30c WOOL JACKETS
t .
t leg cl d roih.d.
THESE ARE JUST A FEW SAMPLES : : ; "r. (, $1.98 $4.95
. i OF THE 250 BIG VALUES M A' Gil I C .HQ 3PECAv&/ ( $ 4

Tin of 8 Firstaid 39o Tube BritenTooth CUSTOMER'S
;f 2/I.rge/ shordes sIze .f '
-Quilt-Bands Paste / jia SOI end pkg, 0'R..ym..I..d.IJ. $4.50-$10.50

} ,U-4iu ( ..) FREE 200 KLENZO FACIAL TISSUES ;! YouVI11. Highly Pleased With The Mlle t I .U

't 'ONLY FOR 4,c WITH with a purchase of $2 I',,' v.r'I II) lore II.lot for looping ikin and h.ndt .. -)4\ a1 x Welt A" The Warmth Fowled; Hj The e'1 '
ANY worth or more of One a lof d.lpito, rough oo.lhor-.nd you k.vo All for ? l en-Why Not Buy One Of He'arh Kind:?
whil. ''"dividuolitompurckoudB i j Cent Sale Merchandiseone j .
mti may un for Iho; (itiu.t.OM .
}hay I...0"" thi. sue! to a customer. .* ONI TO A CUITOMH REXALL QUALITY- Tjf
; From'
50. Si.. LIPSTICKS 2 for 49c 5,.. RIKER'S 2 for WEDNESDAY ONIY AS 1ONG AS THE? USJX72 a 1 All Our Goals PurclmnMl Direr
Lori O* ROUSES Sic Full Pint PETROPOL SOc Manufacturer That Account Fur Our
LORD IALTlMOIl 2 for REXILLANA 2 tor :Moderate ITIees!' And High
50e [
iI LINEN| SIc Ste Stationery QUALITY $1.98

SOa pkg. RIXALL 2 for S0. Sit* COCOANUT OIL 2 for Ii490l .}.ton; .ry: ...1... yo.'II. ... this RIDING PANTS
of 40 ORDERLIES SIc KUnio SHAMPOO Sic yo.r. Smart, ityliih, f ne't quality p.p.ryoi From Our Selection. You
It .... ...d b. >uro It if correct.em 'I
Will lie Sure To Flml One ToExactly Good Quality Pants That
SOa PURETEST KUItlNO 2 for $1 i 5i.; no Pur.}.. ., Cal n A CUSTOM REXALL QUALITY
full pint ALCOHOL SIc PCRCOCOD TAILETS 29e Set Olf'our New. Fall Will Stand Hard 'Vaffe.


25c PURETEST 2 for CONCENTRATED WITH 2 for U orkem.'

, 2a SIioKl.nio TOOTH 2 far SiioKLENZO, 2 for 6 CAKES oap $1.95To 1
RUSHES 26c 4 < ANTISEPTIC SOc Imofino, 6 ab. of Ikii BLANKETS ro T
tconttd rut high. qu.l.ty: to.p .t lh, $3.50
Roiall ANALGESIC 2 for 20. SioPuf.l TINCTURE 2 for * low prico. For komo or gu.i* COM"IETE

35. IALM 36c ..f IODINE 21 PKG. ONLY $1.25

74.REWEI'S YEAST 2 for I9o KUnio, RAZOR 2
1 Purotott FLAKES 80c Doubt Edf* ILADES 20c SATURDAY ONIY AS LONG AS THEY LAST 37ATATA To $11.95 ,
Tough Leather Boots

U. D. I ...ZINC OXIDE 7 fo, 25. Sao CASTOR 2 ter That Give The Maximum
20a Si.. OINTMENT 21c Pw.+... OIL 26c THIS SALE ONLY Cotton' Protection Wit :Maximum

144Jonl..l Comfort.
35 S.i CREAM OP 2 for Roioll NASAL JELLY 1 for Three 3Pc tubes Rexall Milk ofd"' /
I' + ALMONDSCHERRY 36c 2S. with Epb.dri.. 26c ad 1 Wool
I $3.50
Magnesia Tooth Paste 'S
SOa LARK 2 la ,....t.. AIDG i i.T / All
S I,.j or. COUGH SYRUP SIc $US 50 CAPSULES $1.46 Tko lootN p.It. th. n.utr.l.i.i mouth .; k> lkicoupon > Wool To $7.95ALEXANDER
ocidl i i< 's''. your d.... ip.fkl.nq. And >K.I 0
Poret Jt Mineral Oil Jk Symbol Water Bottle 41 o value l you o.t .itl< thu coupon eff.r. /

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; 1
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()CTOBER 25. 1140 'tmAbFORD COUNTY TEL o'RArJl.' ST.\RKE. FLORIDA "'.1" ,,!,,, ,,,, ,\ ,. ...\ :'\ '4Of PAGE Ft9EF

BITS of LOCAL NEWSA Miss Lois Adkins of Jacksonville Mrs. I* D. Vining left yesterday Mrs. I.... v\. Davis ""'' Watchman Employed
,who spent the ,week-end In I for Dublin Ga., to visit' her Elected State President:,
_._ Gainesville attending the Home- parents, Mr. and Mrs W. L.. J. L. Ga..k Ins has been em- i
.- -- ; coming festivities ,at the University Joiner. She was accompanied, as OtU.D. .a .\ .:'. ployed alt night watchman at the
Sauls spent Wed- Mrs. R. A. Green spent Tuesday -, Mrs. Lillian; I Ga. Mrs. T. T. State Farmers' Market He
} F Wilson of Miami of Florida, spent Sunday herewith far as Baxley by ,here
Mrs. L. A, Davis for
in jacksonville. morning In Gainesville with was the guest Wednesday of Mr. her parent,,, ,Judge and Mrs. 1 Long n/l'"son, Tom. who will many assumed his new duties as pecans i
I' her parents Mr. and Mrs. Y. A j; and Mrs. N. Walnwrlght, Sr. A. Z. Adkins.Mrs. i iI visit Mrs. Long's brother-in-law yearn' active In state-wide, as well began to arrive at the platform '
a' local activities of the United
Lewis of Brooker was Harris. i I and slater Mr. and Mrs T S. ns In readiness for this week' .'

vlsuor here Wednesday.I j Mrs. Mike Sweeney and chil- J, Morgan Darby, Mrs Slade. I Daughters of the Confederacy' auction. Mr. Gasklns moved to
Friends of Mrs. W. U. was honored by election, to the office I I
Wall will dren moved Monday to Hampton IS. L Peek Miss Frances! Peek I I Jacksonville several months ago.
(I I Mrs E M. Davis spent regret to learn that she Is con- I. where they will make their home. I Miss Martha Metcalf and S. L. Among those attending the of State President of the 'I I but says he Just couldn't! stay
Archer fined to her home organization at the annual con-
and because
[ of
In Peek Jr., were among those at* Homecoming football game at the away from Bradford County.
ventlon held In Pensacola
Ulness.CUUr.IXS. on
ntive. I Miss Virginia Kibler of Lakeland tending/ the Gator Growl at the University' of Florida In Gainesville Thurs-l I .I!'
Tuesday Wednesday,
| Is the guest this week of Mr. | University of Florida in Gaines- Saturday were: Mrs. W. B. (! Allen Registration I
of l last week.
,JT T Long and Mrs. L. Just arrived I ut 'and Mrs. James F Hollingsworth. | ville Friday night. 1 Sewell Virginia Sewell, Miss day
Monday in STUMP'S: tuiluredruffled, Mrs. Dnvls' election unanimous I\
ivinlng spent and I Gayle Sewell Mr. and Mrs. J. D. was To Wednesday of this week nine
Mile fOttufe Mjlew-I9<', 59<-, fitly, 75: ?, Captain and Mrs. Ralph Cooper | NKW: Cottrell and son, James Edward, : and climaxes n long aliens in the Starke area had
$1. .ILL. COLORS of U. D. C. work in which'
of St. Augustine recent career registered at the postofflce here
were wear, and IIOSK at HTt'MT'S.: Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklna,
Davis spent Sunday in guests of Lt. and! Mrs. R. G. Kidd. Miss Martha Metcalf S. U Peek she has served the Florida Division -j In compliance with the Allen u
with his mother Mrs. Mrs James Hollingsworth and as Vice-President of DistrictNo Registration Act passed by Congress
Ina Jr.. K.: S. Mathews. Congressmanand
Mrs. R. A. Green and Miss Ar-
guest Mills Virginia Klbler .1 2. State Chairman of i Education
Davis of Mrs. E. L. Gal'oway' of Searcy.; Mrs. R. A. Green Miss Ar- as earlier this year postmasterFred
Lakeland spent Monday in Jack Ark., was the guest Monday of line Mann attended the tea Wednesday line Mann. Mlssea Betty and and n. First Vloe-Presl-'! F. Stump said. The regis-

Maude Alexander of Jack- sonville. I her brother and slster-ln-law, Mr. afternoon in Jacksonville Carolyn Green Mrs. N. D. Waln lent-at-large, She Is also retiring tration was divided! up as fol-
gas a recent guest of and Mrs L. F. Dinkins. ,I given by the Woman's Democratic wright Jr. President of the W. T Week's lows: English nationals 4, Austro-
Miss Marjorie Stump of Monti- i j organiiatlon of Duval County. Chapter here.
L I Hungarian 3, and Canadian 2.
'cello was the weekend [ Mrs. Green was one of thehonorell
guest of Mr. Mrs. Davis i
and Mrs. Edwin Green was accompaniedto
her guests at this time.Congressman Mrs" W. n. Mundy owner ofLeila's Postmaster Stump estimated that
and Mts.Lkins Mr. and I i
parents. Mrs
f A 0 Andrew FredF. spent the week-end In Lake Butler Salon and Miss the convention by Mrs. E. K.Pel'l'yman .
spent last Wednes- Stump. with Mrs Beauty treasurer of there were only about a dozen ,
Green's Sheriff the local
parents I and Mrs R. A. Johnnie Russell, also of LeUa's.attt'nllE' ,
Bjarksonvllle.T and Mrs. W S. Brannen, Jr.Mrs. chapter. aliens In this pontoffice area
1 the annual Show
Mss! Nettle Is Green and Miss Arllne Mann at- < Beauty
[ .Dowllng spend- I, tended the Duval Democratic held at the Roosevelt Hotel In Mrs George Roberts of Luwtey (most of Bradford County.)
I Lambe spent Wed- ing this week In Jacksonville with 'I I
Dolly S. P. Vandivtere\ and
son was elected State
Jacksonville Mrs. corresponding
held In Jacksonville Tues Tuesday Mundy
In Jacksonville James her uncle God and bold.aunt Mr.. and. Mrs. Pltncr, of Orlando were week-end ]I day meeting night Congressman Green took a special course In hairstyling I Secretary. I I of operating the restaurant on the f j"plillform

S guests of Mrs. Vundlviere's ] had the honor of being master-of- under the direction of i of the State Farmers' '.

ffin.l. Mrs Guy Sale spent Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and mother, Mrs. G. W. Alderman i ceremonies at. this meeting. Lewis Feder.noted hair stylist of Successful Itiddcr \ Market here during the year bo-
Gainesville. daughter j .
fin New York. Mrs" Mundy will leave gInning January 1, 1940. Bids -1 i
Sara In spent Tuesday after- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bennett Mrs Madge Futch, wife of the soon for New York where she will Mrs Josephine Davis was. suecessful were opened Monday, Oct., 14 by ;
noon I
of nil des visiting Mr.
f lit(UTHKS ll' n"S.K Mrs. R. T. Ostcen. I spent last, week-end In Jacksonj! j lute Col. J. E. Futch. of Deland take additional work In hair arrangements. bidder. for the privilege the market's advisory committee. ;

j ville with Mrs. Dennett's parents I II will make her home here with k5;)
''Mr, and Mrs. H. L, Urownlee. Mr. II .. . _' '::1.l
G Duncan and Mrs. Mrs. W. II Smith and daughter the Rev and Mrs. E. C, Hogan. 11't
.'.iliams spent Tuesday Joan have returned to their home I I and Mrs." Brownlee n n d Mrs\ Dr. Ludaliau Biro professor of I

[ in i in Sampson City after visiting i I Mr. and Mrs. James hair of I Futch are spending the latter thelogy at the Baptist' Seminary ANNOUNCING THE ARRIVAL W4OF ;
relatives in Miami. 'Luke City were guests Sunday of i part of this week In DrLand. In IluchareHt, Rumania who has

1. L Brownlee and Mrs. I II I her brother and sister-in-law Mr. spent the past several months OUR NEW STOCK OF THE ';r'J'j l
[Futch were visitors to Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett' and Mrs. James F. Hollingsworth. Friends of Mr. and l\rA.( H. 1:. lecturing In the Southern states, \j,
Lie Tuesday and young son Tim of Jackson- Tucker and daughter, Mlas Bobble and the rev unit Mrs. Edwin FAMOUS It,
ville were guests Sunday of Mr. nth: UTIJoTL I. INi.: of new Cameron will be interested to Harwell and son Dnvld, of Lake ;:

ors Long of Jacksonville and Mrs W. L. Wall ti'INIOV Sil.llFy utSTUMP'S. learn that they are this week Butler were guests Sunday of
) week-end here with her ITU-en' : Ilk, 3!>c, title, moving Into .residence located the Rev and Mrs A. E. Light- Van H e use n ShirtsAlso i t :::,,;r i'
of the Woman's
north Club
fMrs. F H, Long. Dr. A. S. Morrow of Jackson $1. foot, Dr. Biro, the Rev Mr. .
ville was the week-end guest of Building belonging to Mrs. Maude Harwell and! the Rev. and Mrs.

I1!I. P Shepherd returned Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. H B. Me Le iv Ion and Crews. Lightfoot were classmates! at the '

\nday\ after spending two Miss Martha Brownlee. daughter. Jeannette, were weekend Baptist Seminary In Louisville 4
Milledgeville, Ga.J. guests of Mrs. McLendon's Mr. and Mrs.\ T. ,J. Griffin have Kentucky VAN HEUSEN TIES <;

:Men's leather jacket, $t.9i. parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews returned home ?after spending (
sometime in Ji, knonvllle with The Unsurpassed Quality Of The Van lleusen';
those the
Griffin of St. Augus- 12.50. $11.50; new stork atStump' Among attending
jie guest this week of her ". I their son-In-law., and -daughter, teachers meeting held In Gainesville Products" Is Nationally Known And Our Customers .,(
I, Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Mr '. '\ V. R." Wilkinson and Mrs Dr. and Mrs. C, C. Mendozit. Mr. Friday and Saturday were: Will He mad.To Know That We Are '.X;.

Mrs. James Godbold and son I'. T. Joyner of Palatka. were Grlffin'lI friends are glad to know E. L. Williams Miss Evelyn I Now Stocking These Items : {

((3 .of Merrill Struth will James Jr., of Jacksonville and guests! Tuesday of Mr.\ and Mrs that he la making a.good recovery Stump Miss Alice Fernandez, ;
learn that he Is I A. J, Wilkinson. and Mrs. E. M. after a serious, operation.! Mrs Warren Perkins Miss Dorothy I
Mrs. Rena
Evans of Va.,
f Norfolk 'Thomas. .' v. .'.,1 rir. Delevan Mian Martha Met- We Also Carry A Full Line Of Sweaters And,
Jacksonville hospital were here Sunday visiting Mrs. S. Miss 1\lIrY.IUrownlee\ 0 f St. '
) calf, W. II. Stephens. I. M. Spon- Leather Jackets", I.'orIen!
an appendix operation S. Dowling and Mrs. W. S. Stro- I Mrs. Emma C'arlton. of Jacksonville Louis, MISHourl, was the guest of holtz Mrs N. D. Wainwright, '?,4' ,

I Tuesday. was a' week-end visitorat I her parent. Mr., und Mrs. H. L. Jr.. Mrs G. A. Anderson Miss ALL KINDS. OF SWEATERS= FOR LADIES, 6

the home of her brother and I Brownlee Friday through Tues- I Joyce Woods Mrs. S. S. Dowllng f.'IKLS; AND CHILDREN ,J'f
I sister-in-law Judge and Mrs. A. day. Miss Brownlee made the M. B. Futch. Mrs. R. F. Demorest,
Z. Adklrm. trip by airplane and while here Mrs I<:arl Searing Miss Lucille "SLOPPY JOES"The
attended the funeral of J. ,E. l''t't
I' Futch Sunday ; Kennedy Miss Willie Mae Hlnllon'l New Wrinkle In Sportswear-In All i
Miss. Marjorie Stump a memberof ,k I Mrs Milton Brown Colors And Sizes
the faculty of the high schoolIn Sheppard Mrs., Charles I'rle81,1 '"fJacobs'
Monttcello spent the week-end : risk to see thi"'NK\V: OHH.\KI Miss Madge Mlddleton. Mrs. N. N. t
here with her parents Mr. and! LINE I : of COKStiTH: at STUMP'S.: Prevatt Mrs II. C, hitch Mrs. I NEXT DOOR

AT KINGSLEY LAKE Mrs. F. F Stump. I Also romlilnutldim., and liru/iHlpifw. Jake Roberts Mrs. K.: I*. Biggs, I TO I'OSTOFFICE I, '+[

II I I And IMN'T ..FOltGPJT), the t\\'o.. Miss Ruby Lllley, Mrs. W. H. ,H rI.

Meet Your Friends Here Mr and Mrs .\, J. Wilkinson way stretch- 11"11(11. GIRDLE': with Hart Mrs. Fate Brown and.. Miss I.!;
and Ron, Edgar and Mrs. E. M. ,,13"I'K. I Dorothy Swambom. I
arbecue Short Orders Dinners I Thomas spent Sunday In Green j I I
I Cove of Mr. I'i/ / / i' i f i i '' ( '' ; .;;' i i i / / J/
ns guests i

IIRVEY LITTLE & PORTER ANGEL, Owners i' and Mrs. J. B. Mills. :'i| F :i'i; .t f

Captain and Mrs. John Inglenby I

and Mrs. II It Simpson, all of !j! : .
Tampa were week-end guests of :1 .,.'"
NAT SEZ: I Mrs. P. i K:. Canova. Sr., and Lt. : : i "
and Mrs. R. G KldLl.I I +' \
I" dIi ,.'
"Stimpln' I et no doubt" is an exfifHhlon I I, I

L commonly used by folks Mrs C. G. Livingston returned I /J -' : :;,
? fit, for different reasons. Lots of Wednesday to her home In Tampa /'laJ2c.f .' .. fti, ''
11 "
., // times nightmare Is! blamed onMimplii after enjoying a visit here with I'h ''r.- ., ::' .:" ',. '::.
et. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews and ....I' I' "" ., ; .1
you I: d .>lJIJ
I Ii. .
1' Well It ain't necessarily o.A Mrs. J. !:. Mitchell. f I, % t.: ., :: .
bad fitting: pair of pnjumnn ran i i i : j ; i ', ';, t p ,Nt'

rutno you Just a.. much, misery Mrs. IIMdataelle Bence and Mr. :i 1 I d Opening .' :: .
after you go to bed n
sandwich' aiiif a pair of bannnnn. Mrs. Bence's house on ,:.1 I of the ''f "t' t
For peaceful slumbers and pleasant Madison, Avenue Mr. Alvarez .is \ \ '' ,'1
dream ur recommend (hut employed at Camp Blanding. i

you rend the rest of this ail.m I'1 i
5P1't'I.11." :: ORDERS! taken 'for 'arN' / ,ere ,:

I rha.\ <\l'.., WIDTH nt STAMP'S.ANIJ LENGTH ;? WFi 'L.CLCllBEAUTY\ 9cii 'l. J : \l.

I 7 '. J .
Mrs. C. C. Hoppe has returnedto I I
1: '
Y'y her home in Tampa after -Q SALON ? I! G'Friday '
spending a week here with f"rbrolh 1 1 "

r'ln-law and sister, Mr. and ,. .. .. .1 I
0: I
Mrs. d. L. Beastcy, and Mrs. J. '",' ,;.

I W Kincald. ,, 'j "" : '

1 i i 'ryJ v ; l(
Miss Ferrol Jones daughter .of i -

0 ,X k Mrs. L O. Jones of Stnrke. leaves : November 1st
tonight for Knoxville, Tenn. j "it
I where .she will tift employed as an I; f.yE J.i ? i .'

k.MdN : entertainer on the stage of the 1940 1.
s Roxy Theatre. l

; ., 'I ,, '
Mr and Mrs. J'. t). Cottrell and .- .
: i :
g1 Miss Gayle Sewell of Leesburg ,'- i

1t. i I and Jennings Cottrell. Jr., a student : .
at the University of Florida ,
.. .
I'in Gainesville were weekend .

I I guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B, ., ,: <
Sewell. ". ,. ',:. t

Mrs. C. L. Morrow of Tampa'I'pent OPENING SPECIALS FOR ONE WEEK ONLY .iY+; \ 1

j \4j1 the week-end here with Mr. .
I[ and Mrs. F. A. Scott. en route Regular .$70'Oil: Permanent (Introductory I'riie) _u___________...!!._____ $5,00 ." : ;

r # from Pennacola where she attended Regular $5.00 Creme Wave (Introductory Price) Only __.._____r_,.;_____ :SJ.50 Al .
the state convention of ... ,
i the United Daughters of the Confederacy Machineless Waves Valued At $7.50 Opening Week Only :..____.-,.___i: $6.50 "

Machinelet( Waves Valued At $5.50 -; Opening Week Only ______: .: ...__ $4,50 f '; .;

1 s'I r Mr. and Mrs.. W. H. DowllOK; . . (These Prices Include, Shampoo, & Set) .. ., : ? / : ,,' X

'I 1 1r and son. Bill of Fort Myers were 'i. ,.. .... "
+ guests Sunday o f Mrs. J. MJ; ...... .. ''' .....1 .ft' f' -V*. t II ,;f '1
Mitchell and Miss Lucile Mlteh.}}. ., r ,,t'f '"'..rl'f'.: >i-XH'tt '*" .'. ,". .;. fl '.j'"j ., ...* .' s.; . .1 ',
Mr. Dowling operated the Dowl- ; : Come 'In' '
: And Try Our New And'
Scientifically Developed. Scalpt\Trtatmenta
i ,
r:A Ing Lumber Company here many ,"1- :' :
t MANHATTAN year ago.EVERY. ..,: I' 'r.' ,o't..:.!- .. if'1L >. ... .. . . *. .Ii'tM'L !I ..IO_... ,, ..' t
PAJAMASAre _"j. t- .
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t .MAJ1 N
tY IS B.\Rd.U .r 4'i'* \;\ "kK-vH"- '.d- Ret'Facial f\\Vilh.Eectri') . $2.00 Plain Facial. .
The Best For The Price DYV at STI'.MFS.!' New good . .i.gto.Mi; .75

arriving- daily iiI'I'' :b :f < < 'J" 4Shdrrlpod'And. Set I.' ; /, . 50 Oil Shampoo And Set "# 'ft. .75
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u+ I) Edward Conway, Leonard W. English, Leona Gentry, Eva Rigdon 1'\1.THF: ( ( 1W'

(Continued from page ;2) Rosier Alice Smith J R. Thornton Thornton. Georgia Le Cooper Gratton C Edwards, Henry oI1G&IIk1ns.. J, L. 'I"U'..Iftcrlt. In't1'r slop I hL"or r 0, I
4 Reddish Ida Mae Sapp, Gerow Merrill Gaskins, Mrs. Le.ta r "
r ) Cady Beverly E. Edwards ; n.t' ( I
W Carter Mrs. Russell Hill Emma: P. Moseley, Jaumta Roberson. F. B. Strickland, Jack Thornton Mauls Carpenter John Frank Eastman, MI's. Julia Green, R. A i" irii ( ::!:n '1I.'lr ptuAitrTI. ;

Dinkins Chaa.Dlnklna. Harley Abble S. McCartney, Chas. Rhoden Freeman Strickland, Alfonzo Thornton, William Arthur F., Epperson, Mrs. Do -Green, Mary Emma F 1 I'. 1'01 II''

"yt Annie Hampton, Mary McClellen. Leslie Rafuse, Myra Starling D. W. Taylor Ode O. Copeland JI'. othy R. Green Mrs. Lucille &1TYVSv, : <;V; 'I'', RtlC?}
Dlnklns. E. P. Hnrrell, Lucy McLean Elizabeth Rosier Jamea B. Small H. E. Thomas, Allen E. S. Cauthen Kathleen )Evans. E. E. Harris a 1"11;", ,I,,,; "\, F ";,?,,'';,
DeSue Charles Houston, Emmanuel McCarthy R.Dlnklnll Rowe, Lassie Strickland Luther Thornton. a nd' ," "I "
Elliott Gladya Gorman, Charlie n.
Clark, Frank illVs II ;
I i.
NoahThornton. "I ,
E W. Houston, CusBle McLean. W. V. Ruth Silcox, Eddie Taylor. II h.
Collins Calvin B. Futch Charlie A. Gn/tnn/ Nancy "(',1. ,' ,'1 ""r, f1.,,_
f li.. Durban Ed W. Howe, Jackson A. McClellun! Mabel Ruts Bert Seller Katie William F. F. Cren Odell .. loll ", If ''I. ,''hi!", ,I II. dRra'NT1
Edna Chambers, George S. Flume III'H: : : 1:1:L TI ,
Darling, T. T. Hilliard, C. L. Norman, Carrie Rowe D. N. Smith, Jesse J. Taylor Herclla Mrs 1 J i' "; I htlp' "1//.
Flume OSRle
Crawford, Cecil Green '
Mrs Hattie Harrell, Joe L. Jr. Norman, W. ErvIn E. D. Sweat, Emma Lee Thede. Gullda M. Ito :, '1:11: ,, 'lIr
Darling, Rahn ? I .
't WillisThompson. Conner, Marcus Lee Futch, Verdle S. Griffis, Mrs. Henry 1'.. and ,,1 l '" ,: :f.of "
L. ,
S. Alfred Thornton.
') Denmark, Leroy Harley II. C. Norman James Rosier, Flossie A. Starling, the "
4 Kenneth E. Carter, Sullivan R. Flynn, Geo. B. Griffis Junior u ,, ,,.:,
S. C. Norman, Wm. N. Clifton Starling, Clyde I'
Durham. G. W. Harley. Rosier, Cora B. Flynn, Florence C. Graham Bile I1,, I in ,Ila I
Crabtree '
Davis, Perry Howard, Mrs. Avle Norman, Jerry M. I Rosier. J. E.<; Jr. Susser, BenStarling Tear Catherine -, r, ? ',
h' 1d9 ;,ki J. N. John A. Williams M. W. I Carter Lorene 'razee, Annie A. Guyon Jessie
Elizabeth Norman. ,
Dlnklns Dollie( Howe I Rowe. Dealle Till.I N'I, 1'1'1' .
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Warren Faulkner Graham 4. ,
Dlnklns, Lucille Harley, I). D. Norman, W. F. Hauler on, Locos Smith Mrs. J. J. Wilkinson, Easter Cadle MoselCadie : :I ",' I' : ""II'I '\,
+ ( l Helen Ray R. Dalsey I.Vhltley.. Julia Victoria For yth, Daniel n. Geiger, R. W. P111Zi, ;: :'r,' 'I''txl"'
Ag + Davidson, J. O. Harley Norman Redding Mrs. D. Sutton, : : I"
a l' M Davis, Isham Harley, A. H. Jr. Norman, W. H. Rosier Bernard Starling Andrew Williams, Lucy Clark Alice Faulkner, Mary Hoover, Joseph C. I SC'liI.. ''I 1 1'I.r I 'I''I'" ,fins !
1. Cook, Earl Jr" Faulkner, Carlle Hal lop, Wm. R. : :: ,: :I':" ; \\' '
t i Davis, Wnsli Harrell, Keefee B. Norman, C. W. Reddish, Myrtle Sellers, Columbus Williams, Henry [ \ : oj" li r,1) /etlVhl'

Dixon, J. C. Harrell W. J. Newsom, Perry Rowell. Grace Sellers, Jeff Wilkinson, Towsey Cook, Theodore Flynn, Elliott James Hornsby, James \" ., ,"' ,? TT Ft.Mlru..II. .

} Davis, Jessie Hunter P. A. News m. Pitt Reddish, George Sellers, Clifton'V'Jlklnl'on.' Martha Canova Mona A. Futch, Merrill Charles Hoover. Etta I Ida 1 .." ,." ."''f"1"" '1 ,.f P gbn.nnd .
( I to ec Carter William H. Flynn Vergle L. J. A. a pal' \l','
Davis' Clarence M. Howard Henry Norman Ancel Rosier, Inez Shuford, J. S., Jr Wilkinson Bryant Harnage t" "':" ,p'an'e ; I't

Jly; ; Denmark Mrs. Lois Heraey Mamie Lou Norman Tom Rosier CarlRaulerson Starling, Lorina Wainwright, Truby L. I Conner Carrie. Feagle William L. Hutto L. S. the Tax tat 111', ',", ,"x''I" old.'',,?' ".10.' andka One.

Dunn, J. M Hersey, James B. Norman, Thedo H. Starling Louise Wainwright James H. Crumpler C. H. Fountain, Myrtice Hundley, J. H. } rAdf."."h"1, ,, .,," 'III'F,,, :I ; \Ilf' .boo,1 :

T Dixon Florence Holmes, J. W. :Norman, Llllle E. Smith Alford Starling Edwin Wooten W. C. CI'umpler, Minda Freeman, Bessie Hodges, Stanley L. tor".rall.." ""K'.I' '' 1.11I1IIt'r 1.O.
D. L. I Mae Biggs Carlisle J. D. Faulkner, Nelson Hollingsworth W. M. l Ih.I I; \ 1k
'f', i' Dixon Ethel Holmes, Maxine Norman, Smith, Richard Smith, Sarah Wells, Florida, tt HI. ",1'h.,,, [ ,
,y ,. Dixon, J. M. Harley, S. D. Norman, Leon M. Strong, Robert, Jr. Stuckey, Bertha Crews Woolen Jessie Cline, 'Herbert D. Franklin, John P. iollingsworth a entitled> ,, .,"?,''?.. ti":;' II.',."pthrt,: J
Drawdy, Ardell Hardee Cecil Norman, J. C Sweat, Leavy Starling, H. D. Wilkerson, E. L Cook, Kermit Faulkner China Hundley, Emma }day 1 " t>f II,, ?!?,.,.: I I"I.'!," fll.II/''n tt... *
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,, Durban Jeanie Milliard, Luther Norman Jlmmle I Strong, Edward Starling, Harold Wainwright; Mabel Conner, Pearl Feagle, M. E. Hartman, A. of I the .l.idit,1-. It", ', ,,, 8hrll.fc1'court ( '

t Beatrice 1<', D. Cnshmore Willie Feagle Mrs. Floye Hartman Elsie .i, ,, '.' "imitS
4t,' ;' Davis, Albert Hancock, J. T. Jr. Norman, Starling, Lillie Silcox Mlnlee Wilkinson, of :' '
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: Davidson, Mrs. Lola Harley, Mary Newsom Jim I Starling, Josiah Starling, Pearl Whitehead Rebecca I Cain, Elisha F. Faxon., Bessie I. Hutcheson, Clarence (.,. bond, valldiitiiK* -i "I",,, d';,' '' >'Irmln.Irlet v n

,+ I Durrance, L. L. Joncu, Daisy Normal Lea man Starling, Steve T. Stewart, Arthur Wilkinson, George Cain. E. Louise Faxon, William D. Howe, J. R.Holtzendorf. N,1111i,, .. 't f''I''I''VW""'

y W, H. Jones James Norman, Lonzle J. Clara Wilkerson, A. J. Cowart William D. Frith, Joseph H. Mrs Florida, ,,i., 'll!,, "M''r"
fi' Dinkins, Sapp, Shipman Stewart, dated! n .,i,, ,,,, 'if I!;;]
I ( I Denmark T. W. Johns A. L. Norman G. M. Sapp, Henry R. Supp Bessie Wllkeron.V.! ]K. I Cowart: Mineola Feagle, Marcus E. Janie' pone rim i "i I'',"l-' *M y .

n r Denmark Paul Johnson, Joe Norman, Beulah Starling, A. L. Sapp, JamieVlllkerson, D. G. Carter, RoyCrawford Fender, Austin J. Halslop Mrs. Ella Iowa'"I ,..r'to.n,.a, "I 11 i, %,," ," ,,'. Mel''n
Drawdy, Roaie Johns, E. C. Norman J. M. Starling David Supp, Mrs. J. D. Williams Charles Lillie Freeman A. J. Hall, Arthur H. 1,I 51. ,, ,,", i, ," 'Ill, NIQ I'D]
III, ""'uI 1 ,
Jim Norman Othma J. W. J. Clark Luclna M. Franklin W. B. to 'bt'a, ," ,: :, ; ,
Johns ,
Denmark, O. Odensle Sapp Georgia Sapp. J. D. Wllkeison Hunter E. D. annum "In,1b, '' ',

Drnwily. T, L Jones, W. H. Newsom, C. H. Starling, N. L. Tlmlfll. Joseph Whitehead, C. R. Crawford Dave Fender Mrs. A. J. liege; JohnHoltzendorf 'Ictoher, 1 ,rod, | x.'" "1' ''I' ,:snub"1?

} Edwards, Wm. H. JOUPH. R. P. Norman, Grace I Starling, A. J. Torbde, Pauline Wilkerson, )E. L. Chastain, Charles E. Farrelly, C. C. Wilmer Mil Htnrk.-., e, ,", ,,I"f','w, BMI*r
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s' Edwards Mamie Lou Judd G. W. Norman, Roy I Schnell Eleanor Thompklrs, Ola Wlltfeldt, W. H.Wilkerson Conner Thelma A. Faulkner R. L. Hart, W H.,, When.-, -I, ,,|i 1"i ,"L' '*

( Eunice: J. S. Johns. Laten Norman, Leonard Starling, L. R. Tlsdale. Mollie \ J. K. Clark, Luther Finley, Eugene Hart Edna M. dnv order,,f I"II? ,,rod',',,? ,1 1'K'",dll.", did'' "ot' I'th"" '1

+ Erwin, Emma Jewett, Paul N. Norman Lucy Starling, Lula Taylor, Onle Wilkerson, Harry Crosby Essie L. Foster, Chas. L. Hagan, John L Klorldn'' ,:, -i I iV, \ ,,,,'the ",,,,

1 t t Edwards, W. H. Jr. Jones, Alice A. Norman, Truman Starling, Alford Taylor, Carrie Walerw. HurnhelWalnwrlghl. Clark Merton F. Gardiner, Geo. A. Henry, George ('an. befi., ,Ih., ,i int r:'. I "',' 11Mar'
the .t1.1 u'
Edwards, Eula!: W. Johns, Clyde Norman, Pearl Starling, J C. Thornton, R. B. C. Crosby, Colley C. Griffin, Thos. J. Hagan, Della In I nail"", -?,II.i i. ,r ;'' o1n6

Edwards, William H. Johns, Morrla J. Norman, Albert Surtaln Annie Thomas, Mrs. Ollie Wyrlck John P. Conner, Mrs Ruby Green Arch H. Milliard Charlie oloc-k .\. M I ,"or i, \ ? "at" II
r o'MAhI'
+ Jr. Johns, R. C. Nettles, Idella Nellie Thornton J. F. Lois E. Mrs. Farris Eddie why the, I pi;' ,,it '"d ,
9t ; Sterling, Wyrick, Conway, Green, Hutto, Carolyn I. Mhonld, n""i i>? L ,;; POll''
Edwards E. A. Johns, G. H, Norman, Pearl Johnson Starling, Nancy Thornton, Gertie Wilkins, T. A. I, Crawford W. S. Green, Charlie W. Holllngsworth, 'Wood- bonds Milliin-,1, ,, ,I ,'I 1| d,nfmi' .....,

Edwards, Blench C. Johns, A, J. Overstreet. W. M. Starling, Lizzie Thompson, Marvin Wainwright, Maude I. Crosby, Randolph Green Everett: E. row derreo should of nut',.11,1, I,|?.' ',b'::L:.,i\lI, ,,''''' b

$, Edwards, T. C. Johns P. B. Over treet. J. D. Starling. W. J. Taylor, Leonard D. Wilkerson Harry Curry David T. Green, Lorenza Halslop! Fred bond In ,', ",,,",'''? nllhik.'' '"

1 Eunice Jamt H. Johns, Verda Overstreet, Mrs. Gussle I Strong, Thomas Terry, Thomas J, Warren, Ethel I Clemons, J. C. Green, Willie E. Howard, Pauline E. of VlHloilHif,the " ,?, r,",-,i id'Z"\; ". J I

Enfield, L. W. Johns, Mary O'Neal, Rose Strong, Bettle Thompson, Sherdon H. Warren J. E. demons Maggie Green, Adam Howard Clyde M. \,,hpr..a" I" 'II I a li-i 1 nMer aM,,
Johns Lee Paul..I, A.Prevail ('hurt did I ,III', ., kl
Futch S. J. Strong Susan Thede Ola Wilkinson, Katie Caruso, Sam Green, Jefferson Hornsby, Hazel :: ,
( 'dterk
hurt to ..
Futch, 1<;. M Johns. L. D. Delia Strong Alice Thede, R. R. Wainwright; Henry C. Colson Mrs. Annie Green, Fannie Hoi'nsby, Russell E. Not Ire, mek" \ ,- '

Kutch, L II. Jones M. B. Prevatt, Senle Smith. R. C. Talley, Mrs. A. C. Wilkerson, Leon Conner, Elna Green, Rosa M.: Hall, Shellle NOW> x""""

Futch Beatrice Jones, Helen Prevatt, Calvin Starling Albert Thompson, A. A. Waters, Lonnie Cope, Geo. W. Graham, Hester J. Hutto, Lula F. rA"1 YI :W \:111 nl\\:;; '('ITI: ffWS,; ,

Futch, T. S. Jones' Mrs. M. B. Pearce, G. Harold Starling Lizzie Thompson, I. B. Wllkerson. Gladys Cowart, Chas. Griffin, Lila Harrington, Kenneth ; ':fn1 I. 'r \:1:: arnla't:' D II1! 1

Futch, Gertrude Johns, Winnie Prevail A. B. Starling, Lonnie Thompson, Margaret Lwilkerson, Edith Crosby, Teresa Griffin Mamie E. M. you NU are. :H |I-MI I 12" that'a4 ., Ilydter" and !

Futch, M, B. Johnson, Kincy Prevatt, Francis Suber, Forlst Thompson, Mrs. Lou Wilkerson Bennett Crawford Annie Green, Mae Harrell. Willie c-aime, It aii\ \- u tiiii, b fwl
Frigo, Joe Johns, Verlle Padgett, Harry C. Starling Mrs. Fannie Mrs. DellaWester above natn-d ,*">"I"< 11 th* Alai
Thompson Ivey Carter Mrs. Annie Green, Nelson T. Han'ell. V. B, I'ountv I'urrh.u." II Om..
Finley, S. n. Johns Nbrman Prevatt, Jeff Shuford C. R, Terry Mrs. Julia Wester, E. N. Crawford E. L. Green Oren E. Holder, LulaHarrington. Florida, at In'" '' \\h, A Hvenilier -1

Futch, H. E. Johns, Lcecy Prevatt, J. C. Shuford J. S. Tanner, Lucll Wilkinson, Geneva Carnell I. Lola Green, Pearlle M.' 1th I'H(, \wh> aid 1.I ?'
Gladyi I Hhould not lit
Futch, Robert G. Johns LInnle Pearce Arthur C, Shuford G. P.Shuford. Thomas, Emma C. Wilkerson Stella demons Mrs. Fronnie Green, Ruby Hall Charles W. firmed r

butch, Mra. Joyce Kittles, C. H. Prevatt, R. M. J. R. Thornton, W. T. Woods, Harvey C. Grlffis, S. A. IN wrrxms' \\',,F..8EOP1 II
Meeting Gertrude ACooper hereunto set( hind ini ,]
m\ ifli
Wilbur O. J.
Frlgo, Madeline Knight, Phillips. Starling Willie Tanner, Dave Woods, Percy ,... .
Richard M. Griffis, Aneda Herlong, Mark '13. the ofriclnl I nl I if .amr"'"'rt
Frigo, Guy Kelly. H. C.Knight Phillips Debbie Starling Mrs. Nettle Terry, Dorothy Woods, Fannie Doris Starke" llrndfor. 1 ,' ,only" .,.. .
Cooper, Green. W. E.Griffia ,
Hogged, Kitty E. MM/ 15th ,day 'if, nrtuhaA.,
E. Peele J. D.
R. ,
Futch, Lacy Joe E.
Shuford Mrs. Onle Woods Elsie
Taylor, Colson, C. W. E. L. Hunt Edward E. 940. I
Fryer, D. M. Kelly Mrs. Eunice Prevail, L. D. Smith, Clifton Taylor Carl Woods, Fred Colson, Bessie Griffin Owen W 101<')0'11'1.\1, SKA.i" ) A JTbalH !
Haynes, Clarence B. \ f'lerk nf I th ,'
Futch Nora, E. Knight, Fannie Mae Phillips. Mamie I iniltCnnr
J. L. Terry, Elizabeth Young, George F, W J.
Starling Cruce Green Lloyd J.Grlffis Holland Jesse Uradford (tnimtFlurldn' ,
Ferguson, V. R King, Jessie Mae Pendarvls, B. F. Terry, John J. Yorks, Wm. E. Crawford, Reba 10-18 3t (1 JI.I 1 t tL
Smith Lonnie C Lindsey
NedForsyth Hazen, Clifford, Jr
Edith: King. RoyKnight. Prlvett.
Ferguson Thompson, Moncy Yarborough, Elias E.
Carter, Joe Abraham
Maggie S. C. Prevatt, O. R. Sapp Hester Thornton, Casale Yarbrough, Christina Connell Judge Gray Griffls, Hutcheson, Edith \ C'O""rJII.....: ., run

FInley Jeff Kirkland' Wilbur Prevatt, Fonzo Stewart, Maggie Thornton, E. S. Yarbrough, Charney Cason Willie George Hornsby, Markley J. \IIKOIIIt KIlMt, FLOII

Fetter, Isaac Knight, B. A. Prescott Miss Slnah Smith. J, J. Thede Richard R. Goodwine, Lem Harris, Truman E. Notice I to hev-hj) glvtn U
Yarbrough Aaron J.
Collins W. O. :
Griffis John B. Kemp W P. Prevatt, J. T. Green Inez A Hobbs E. W. whom It may. 'int'crn' tint 1Laney I

f Griffin.: R. B. Kite, Daniel L. Padgett, Mrs. Chess Precinct No. 2-Starke (North) Conner, Mrs. Lillian A. Garrison Gussle Herlong. Blanch G.Hernwall. !Karl Lamar IIekeraon" 'iieift'i ai'. In.rdlor Elilt BOelRer <

Griffls, C. L. Kersey Francia Prevatt, Edwin C. Adkins, Andrew Z. Uronke. Bertha Barfoot, P. C. Crosby Lula V. Green, T. Scottie C. E. r and the B Tlh F day''icIn-T of I XOTR, w"
Davis M. will on
Griffls, John W. Kuhns J. W. Plummer, Verdle E. Alvarez J, M. Brownlee, Maude M. Barfoot: G. B. Griffls, Gadson Hern wall- Pearl E.Hulcheson. ) 1940!' apply" ri the 0':

Griffia. Richard C. Kelly. Annie Plummer, M. R. Altman. Joseph' A. Brownlee, S. Elizabeth Bennett, A. S. Davis Inez Green, Mrs. S. Inez Ellery fudge In Riiil ..tuthrlt tot, HraiUord to Ci-M,
Dell Isaac Florida, fur )
Griffis, Joe S. Knight. Mrs. S. C. Prevail Buddie Alvarez, R. M., Jr. Beasley. Gertrude L Brown, Miss Ida i Grant, Isaac Houston, Harry H. private sale ,lh>' -ntln intcrMieKtate
Lee Will Davis Lewis A. George, Emma C. Houston Hilda Durden nf mild ,mliv.n, I in IN
Griffia Connie S. Prevail, Eunice Alvarez, M. J. Beasley, O. L.Hrinaon. Bennett Mrs. Irene .
d..II1.d bnli
Green W. C. Lee Arthur Prlvett B. L. Alvarez Alonzo I I Dell Ben Griffls A. F. Hicks EllisHarrison the foll-nvlnur i ,
., T. A. Barnhill Jeff Bradford i'uunt' Florida''' to*
Griffin, Georgia Lee, Corle Padgett, Katie Alvarez Drill Bird, Earnest Barefoot H. D. I Davis, Lee Perryman Grlffis, Henry E. G. L. A strip ..f land, ,trot,. MthroiiKh a'
Lon, S\V root of
Dlggs, C. thi -
Griffis, MamieGriffls Lee, Mabel Prevail Thelma Adklns, Mrs. Lois Brown, Millie A. Brown, Harold Graham. William H.Griffls Harrison, Annie Mae went UiiHrtpi -.f i4, ,uihMM,' fl'i
j Isabella pannen'ter. Belle Duhart Lula ', EllGoodman Hasklns Leo 'A. .", R H
Easter Lang Alderman, Dora Barnes Marcella Burton, Chas Whlch dpltt, ',illlianed
Griffls J. L. Loadholtz, T. A. Prlvetl, Emma Alvarez, O. Rufus Bessant, Ursula P. Bates, A. W Dell Susie William{ E. Hall H. L. upon ald I h.' petition not

GrifflB, R, A .... Lewis. A. M. Prevail Carrls Alvarez, Annie R. Barefoot, P. M. Bryan, Rudolph Darby Annie E. Green. Ernest Harris Wm., file In Bald ,",)urtOeliney

Godwin. J. G.Griffls. Lewis, Mrs. A. M. Peele Cohen Alvarez, Lucia S. Barefoot ReacyBockelman Brlnaon' Mrs Etta Dell, Damon Green, Purvis Halle W. G. 10.4t' 19.26IY M'ini'-l l i ,- 'Judd

C. B. Lang, Mrs. W. M. Price, Otto Lee Alvarez, Annie August Bryan, Lloyd Dell Oscar Gardiner Minnie D. Halle. Maude C. -

Godwin, Mra. Eva Loadholtz M. E. Padgett, Vernle Alvarez, Hattie Bishop, Harold A, Burton, Mrs. Rosa Dell, Roosevelt Griner, Martin E., II. Howard Mack 1 Tin 'Int'o-... oinTorii

1P Griffis, Percy Lindsey, J. P. l'armenter, Earl: I E. Andreu A. O. Bishop, Nina Richard Mae Duncan R. W. Griner, Martin E., Sr. Howard. J. A. EI(;H'1.11 JIIIII'I\I, 'laIIT.

Grlffis Mattie Lovell J. J. "Prevatt""* Carrie tirovea Alvarez! Tate T. Bennett, Mrs. Annie Browning Clifford Denmark P. S. Geiger O. C. Barn Wilber Lee .THE\ FOR"'rtiK IIIMHKdHII nfM Fl.1 lRII"((001
Duncan Wm. M.
W. D, Lee, AlenneGriffls Prescott, Melvin Andreu Edith Mae Brooklngs. Mrs. Eula Griffin P. E. Howard, Ordell lIMV. *."v *

)a Green, W. E.9J'' Lonj, Lucy Prescott, Viola Alvarez, R. V. Brymer, A. Barksdale, C. G. Driskell Denmark, ,Durehell Emily George R. W. Harnage, Elizabeth Harry :MoPnrthv.riaintirrv '

Griffls. Smiley Miller, Lee ".,. Prevatt, Ralph Anderson, Alice Barnes, James T. Barksdale; Mrs. Vergie Davis, Charlie H. Grlffis' John Hobbs H. C. .

1 Caaklna, J. Darby Moore, Hattie Prevatt, Earl Alvarez, Vincent L. Bell, Mrs. Louise Griffia. Lillie Hoover, Mrs. Jewell BeBHle :NT. Mii'arthiDefendant"

Griffia, Galley Myers, Mary Belle Prevatt, Emma King, Alvarez, Mrs. Emma Barnes, Billie V. Bell, J. P. H., Jr. Daugherty, Clinton Green, Roscoe Haines, John A. J-lll.L, FiiKOIIIIKK nl\'OR.E.:

Griffls. Elide Moore W. H. Prevatt, Bullle Alvarez, Eva Barnes, Alex I L Bass, Willie S Durden, Herbert A. Green, Pauline Hodge, Mrs. T. B.Halsten OK 1'111I.lnTIO'

Grlffis Walter Miller, Mamie Prevail, Buddy Alvarez, R. B. Burney, Newman D. Burney, Gladys Durden Eloise Ci'nter Nancy S. W STATE "OF' : KbOHII I. \Io"ARTHr' :
Dowling Cleone M. ,
Griffls, Elisha Myers, Josephine Parish, K. W. Anderson, J, L. (SamBarieri) Leuvenla Barnes, Myrtle Griffis, Pinkie Hutto, O. P. TOlRxs IEr.I.complaint f'1' "II, the.11I''
Duncan, Margaret ..lrldoI'
Griffls, Arthur Miner, Effle Purdee Eldon Ahrendt, Gerhart Brooking', Frank Bennett, Paul Duncan Green: Winifred Harley, Abbie R. filed and In th.railxe .' ho..11I
K. G. thereto
Grlffis, Clyde Myers, Abe Prevail, Lizzie Adkins, Hazel Battle Rodgers Bryant, Ruby Mabel Dowling, E. J. Griner, Zora Haisten, Mrs Julia I that Kexxlr M i,. ),"'d Ionhb I' a'
Dopule A, Marr Ella Prlngle Geneva Alford Elveta Bradley, Izoner Brown, Zack Gay, Adolph Hodge F .C. Defendant herein n.'"th.r than
r.!. of a State .
Dowling, Delle dent
Griffls, W. L. Miller. Lonzo Prevatt, Susie Anderson, Eva:: Bagwell, James Cooper L.Grace Gay Hazel Pauline Hodges, Emma Ial" of Florida, 1 u, alt, The

Godwin Mrs Annie Marr Joe Prevail Lester Anderson Geo. A, Brownlee, J. W. Crosby, Rufus M. Davis Robert S. Grilfls. R. A. Inman Vonda E. of Marylnnd that, ,. "Ih pnrt'Polare
Di'iskell. Lula of rrNlden"KM
Lou Moore, James II. Padgett, Mrs. Utha Alvarez, Wlllard Illggt, Ethel G. Colley, John F. Dicks Sam Green, Floyd Inman Ceo. Hibbs la. known t.. Vlolr'dL, thatDefendant I1'''

Giiffls. Truby Moore. Thomas J. Prevail, John H. Alvarez, Onle Bennett, J. Everett Conner, L. L. G.nter, D. D. Inman, Carolyn B. l'r"M', I.aurel ..t. '

Green, Richard H. Murrhee, Leonard M. Quinn J. R., Alvarez Charley Bryant W. E. Cone, George Dicks, NettleDarby Crantham, Ausl-y C. Inman John S. y)IH.'..i-.1\ ,''I'd ,.,., twltwentyone I
Groves, Mrs. Ellen Morgan W. H. Quinn, Sarah Alvarez, Paul Bryant, lola E. Crosby' W. T. JeanDenmark Griffls, Lava Inman Frank S. no 'Person In _rh. 4' ,' "f :.
Gaskins, Jean Moore! Louie Belle Raulerson, R. James Adklna. Lawrence E. Baxter Anna Cooper C. N. T. P.Dlnklns Green'Robert G. Inglerlght, Claude V. of R ,I'I'I''i'' ', InlP'0rveIiTdry.lOTIfI. I,
t'f Griffls. Lou Annie Brown Reed J. R. Anders Leroy Brown lee, John M. Crosby, R. R. Dlnkins, L. F. Crlffls Leonard Inglerlght, Alice :III.:","",'' ,,I '"' n....

,, Groves Wiley Moore, 1\1I's. Ada Rosier, James Andrews'', Milton Itagwell, Ezra: Crawford L. Decandio, Thelma Griffls. Pearl Johns Corley that: the .-aid I I" I'Mpfnrthv. I'01 '. h

Godwin, H. G. Moseley, R. W Reddish( J. T. I Andrews, L. A. Brownlee. Mary B. Cooper, Chas R. )De Poala, Leonardo Griffis, Nellie Johns, Jeff J. rmi Hired t..i ,IPP. oj.'' ,10'4 b"

Groves E. W Morgan, R. R. Roberts Enoch J. Alvarez Mrs Britt Bryant, Fred B. Crawford. Zary Nick Goolsby, Irving Johanson, P. August rnmplalnt thI'l"fled .""'' .. ,"k, ?
Garrett, Lewis :Moore, Mary Reddish, Volley R.Grlffls Anders, Maggie Bryant Nolan Canovii, Eunice C. Davis Denmark R., Ruth Gnffis. Martha Jenkins, Sarah F. fain wherein a dh'ol"I.' N,irln,. (,myr r>..J

Eliza Morgan, Ottls Reddish, Drew Alvarez, Luclan Brantley, Jordan Crews Mary A. j. Guy Fred Johns. S. R. day, the Ith ,'I'l,, dl+P',
Davis ..thi I" .
Lucille Tatum Grl"ffIs. l> 1940. t1YNor
Grlffts, John S.Griffls. Mathews J. F. Rosier, James 1\1. Anderson, Enos Henry I "
; Brown Aucie Canova, Florence E. Jenkins, Perry B. the said I 1,1 II v I,,;"I
J. F, Morgan, Joe ROller, Derry E.Orlfflll Asplnwall. Margaret Bryan Becky Clark Elizabeth Darby Ida L. Goodman. Annie Jones, J. C. eonfeaaed I l.y 'I', :'' : -""I''IP"IIED"(,
Oscar G.Giicklrw Mays, E. Rowe. John U. Andreu, C. M. Bryant B. F. Colley, Lydia. Darby Chas. A. Griffls. Vasco Judd, D. A. ,thin IT. 1.1 .1' '1", 'I" ,1)r, + ain
Wade F Roberts, G, \V.Griffis. Alvarez Woodrow Darby, John M. Griffis. 'lair fmC' '"'" .
Moore, W. Bell John Crews, Maude D. Mandy Jones, Cora B. week ', \ Tf:>

Curtis T. Montllt' J. H. Roster, J. Jo--:. Alexander, Ada B. Lloyd J. G. Corpening, Hulda B. Davis Dooley,Frank C. M. Guy, Henry A. Johns Carl a newspaper the Bradf ?rt,.I *f' ", '"'mt,,r,!jn.,rl
Griffin N. Dawson T. L. Rosier R. S. Alexander, Wilma Green Britt ltlndf 'I' '
Monk Floyd. Reba Crews, K. T. i Johns, Mamie publlBhed. In '
GrlffU. Laura Lonnie Roberts Jewell Tatum Armstrong, H. W. Dobbs Alton Grlffis, J. M.Griffls hla. ', .' a I
tOMt'l..y Raymond urla'I.'I' .
Bryant Canova. Paul B:., Jr. Johns, Mrs. Julia tiONK: and : .f I
Ditnlels. H. %
GIIII.'IolV.. R. Morgan M. M. Reddish, Russell Andrews W. Henry Beasley J. B. Clark, C. H. M. Pearl! Jenkins, A. O. Florida thlh 'I. 'I"
ReldlshVlllle, M. Mae I Dowllng. E. J., Jr. tnbor. A 1) 'I'I" .1' yo,
Grace, L. R. Moore F. C. Adams Georgia Beasley. Mary H. 'lark, R. F. Denmark Grtffls, Rollln. Johns, Thelma L. OFFICIAL: : MBvrjk'n :'

Grirfis. Lloy.l Mathews, J. D. Rt'dtllnlt E. F. Alderman, H. S. Bryant, Julia Crosby, Lester A. S. G. Gas.'ett, Pate Jones, Jackson J. '"'"n
William Reddish, J. M.Grltfls John Douglas Mildred\ K.m I' I 1
Green C. C. Atkinson Gasmen
Moseley Erlnson. Queen K. Crews. Jackson C. Clyde Jonep, Ferrol I. OF Kl.'l! '' x ,
Doty, Lawrence HTATE
W. E. Mathis J. S. Redding, Horace Allen C H. Gunter
Bennett )lama D. Conner Jas. L. Horace Jones Emma ', ''RI

Grlfflx. J. F.Groves banning. H. H. Reddish. P. n. Allen. Nancy Lee Hro 'Dlee, Hugh L. Cooper Robert R. Duncan Dyal E. J.D.C. Goodman Grover C. Johnson, Pearl) rot'NTY I heiehv. OF, "I I I1.l'P'": ';Ii.:,, ,,: ,,-i
ClarenceGodwin Mathews Clara Mae Rosier, A. B. Avent. Loffle Mrs. Etta Goodman '
Brownlee. Mrs. ,
Crawford, Thomas C. Ruby ,' '
Johnson Bernice E. and ; f'- "I- ,,
John M. Milder, T. \V, Reddish. Mrs. Belle Andrews lola !Mae Balsilen. P. F. Crawford. Chester L. Duncan Emily Gunter Joe the !;:r't'o, ; ", 'I, n ;
John '
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a triffls, Truby Manning 1Jrs. Lucinda Reddish. Viola Adkins, Lois Balsden. Kate Conway E. K. Ellligtcn.: John A. Gunter, Sellar Johnson Ernest Z. mode office.In theu''I"-, '.,, dalmy

Griffls, Mack Murrhee, Nola Reddish., Mrs Drew I Alvarez, W. R. Bennett. Paul Conway, E. F. KdwarcU.: Roy Grlffis, Buck Johnson Ortnh.r. A 1) ,t", \ I DO'rr1PFICIAi. '
Roy '
Gasklos, M. C. Manning", Eva Reddish, Mrs. Mary Austin J. F. Baldwin Frank B. Cowart J. J. Edwards Gladys C. Gnann E. M. Jordan ahII.: "

Gasklns, Myrtle Miler, Beatrice Rosier, J. Q. Austin Minnie Byrd Adell .Canova. L. A. Edwards, Lacy Jr.Edwards. Gentry, J. 1. Jenkins., George Chas. A.W Clerk.' By J. n Ii," "' I h.'u'V'1','.1 III'

Burkina, Jeanette Manning, Mandy Ralller80n E. M. Alvarez, Marklee Brown Marcus F. Cowart Millie Joseph W. Griffis Ancil W.
Johns, S.EJuards -
Green, DoahlaGriff Manning, Florle Haulerson, E. J. Alvarez Carrie Box Frank H. Crosby '0.' E. Edwards W. Mitch. Griffis Rudolph Johns Berry Lubedla A. ,". 1:111Vntlre : I''

Is, Llnnie L.Griffin Miner \V. H. Rowe, Claude Alvarez Herbert Bryan Sam A. Conner, W. C.Crosby. Ruby Mae Gun,.,r. Tom \tint t: Ill" ,,' I
Johnson '
Dolph Motel: Beatrice Redding, D. R. Alvarez Mrs. R. V. Bryant, Lizzie Floyd EdWdida, Dall GII1ra: rtl, Daisy Jackson, V.A. L.R. under and IK,in, .. ,qr'4)r'h!

< GoodMIow, J. E. Manning C. )E. Re<.llllsh.. Elva Alvarez Mrs. R. B. Bagwell. Edward Clark Lizzie L. Edwards Carrie: Giufls: A. E. pertain final ;',j. ?,,, j> J'
i Jenkins. "
Gasklns, J. B. Moseley, Geo. Heddl4h. Ury Alvarez, Mrs. W. R. Bryan W. W. Carlton I. B. Edwards, H. L. Grtder, R. H. Winnie Alice the Hon. H ? 'I.', .andof ,
Judd, Russell B. the nri-n'"; ,-h '"rJ
Griffls. Bertha Manning Louie Reddish Mary Jane Alvarez. George: R. Alice Florid ""
Drown Tobby Conner W; R Green Clinton L.Griffls. County dl"a'o
Griffia Roster J\rneta S. Leon B. I English, R. H. A. A. that certain "."'" I"' .K"1-
Odessa. Morgan l\tra. Bertha Alvarez Brown, Mrs. Florence Cone, Winnie Marvin I'' y
Jordan wherein |!
Goodwin, C. T. Moseley, G. W. Rauleorson, N. H. Alvarez Thelma B. Cady, Flora B. Ellington, Burke Green Levy Mattie I J. court plaintiff and .1 I H. .uldn'| .,.
d4) Guy Eursula!: Morgan Mrs. Lillie Raulerson, LillieOilskins ., Ruth Barnes, James Canova Gladys I'I'Andrew. Ellington' I., Johnson W L. ..t. al. are ''I-, '' J"'' 'I -. '"j u'.I.II Ira,
{ Ellington. John is Shel Jordan, William Clyde 981, the undei-' i
S. L. A., Jr.
Gladys Edna Rowe, Vernon L.Caskina Alvarez Blocker, Vera Carpenter, David P Griff to Jenkins by said decrei, ,' set,
Willard C. Murrhee Thomas. Jr. Rowe, Mrs? Gladys Alvarez, Mrs. SaraAlvarez. Blocker Geo. W. Coleman Mack Ellington Ollie Grlttls Melvin Carl to the hl he-i I in-' ,rr'1w'*'l
Ellington Freddie Jennings I !! Mrs. 1.. II. the outh fr'' ," Br
Griffls. Ancll Molt G. C. Hauler on, William Margaret Browrell.! M. D. Conway Lacy Gunter 'rot '** I.
Griffia, Gordon Moseley George Raulerson Amanda Brownlee, James M. Bullard. M. H. Clark. T. G. I Ellington, .Irs. Maggie Ct'ffla! .'kS* Jennings Dr L. H. County Florida, 'Ill, J4 t > :>i"'

Green Martha Manning Mrs. Laura Redding, Louis H. Burney. Geo. W, Boles Clarence Conner Groover C Edwards, Leo L. Griffls. SUai-y Jones, Mrs. Mary her hour e. cf 1910 salt, th f v>..I t i B'Pr *

Gill. R. A.Griffls. Moore, Nelson Reddish R. L. Brown. Oliver Buckle, Arden Carpenter I Myrtice J Edwards, H. A. Grlffis, Evelyn Johns Ch as. L .ml e" ateuat". ', wit'

Rena Manning, Clarence Rowe A. J. Besant. William A.Besaunt Byrd O. H. Conner Eula I EJwards, J, M. Creen. Edwin t'. Jordan L. B. County Florida half ,' I.- ," ,4fl* ..
to Hazzanl, Lewis Moaeley Earl Reddish. RonsleRafuae Abraham Brown. FateBradley. Clark Jim.Coleman. Edwards Lucille J. "iy. B. o. J'Johns Marvel of North; Section 'is;, ,rd ......,
r. Hill Louis H. Moore Rosa Lee L. P. Bronke Albert G. S. Elijah N. I' Edward, Guy C. Gamer Mrs. W. P. except a rh' WChurchlI' ,
J, C. Johns r.cla': fe' ., .. M I
'e Harley Alonzo Moore, Edith Rhoden, Clarence F. Bryan A J. Brown. Nona Chamber. Centelle Edwards Elva Lee George, fda M.Ruby 'R. ,. .

11 Harrell, J, L. Moseley, Clyde Rowe, Dora Bennetl't :'"'Gus H. "Bri'lZ':"'Frank""" Conway, Barbara E." Edwards Edwards, Lucile William A, Griffis. Mann Johnson Johns uP'n.C. L.. more or E.IraN I" f., _. ,ail, II a

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(Continued from page 6) Starling. J. P. Thomas.EfIrd M.' Wood Arthur Dyal Bertie B. Hayes E. W., Jr. Lennon Hazel
b Jones Jackson Laura Magyar! Andrew Priest, C. G. Sapp Ola Mae Thornton Mary Williams. Vandl E.Wllmot Dyal,, Clara A. Hutchlngs. Annie L.Hlckok Langford Louisa
Jackson Clifford Myers Martin W. Parker. Lee Seymour John M. Thornton W E. Ernest A.StroMeldt. Dyal Myra Clennle Larantaux Tbelma
Here Jordan, Mrs. )Mae, Moxley DolmarMagyarl Prather, Helen H. G. Tucker WilliamVarren., Mrll. Florence Dyal Willis Herring VlraHardenbrook Lewis, E. n
Is i On Jonson D. E. John, Jr. Perkins Warren E. Starling Bernice Thornton, Mrs Onle Williams Louise Dew Celia E. Jessie Landrum T. Freak ; w
after 0 0 Jonson, Mrs. A. W. Mann Ruby Perkins. Ruby Mae Sharpe Emmett T. Thornton, Beulah Weldon. S. A. Dyal. Alma Harris, Lonnie Landrum. Carl_
the phrophet. like most! Jonson Ruth W. Moore Jerry Parks G. B. Strickland Viola Thornton, Carl Wall Harold C. Dillard Marlin M. Hall John Lewis, Thelma L.
to be deceLvedpeened Johnson. Evie Mack. Inez Sharpe Parks, Elizabeth Sllcox. Everett Thomas"" William Lee Wall. Martha D. Douglas, Cecil Lacy Hall. Elsie! Lennon Ezra '
people who attended Jones, L. 0., Jr. Mitchell. J. s. Peace Charles B. Shaw Frazier J.Sauls. Thornton, Lacy Warren Miles: T. Dryden, Ezekiel Holder Lula Livings Ople
rvke9 Ezekiel, accord- Jordan W. T. Martin Authur J. Parks Bryan Arthur F. Thomas, Gladys Wiggins Laura Lee Dowty, Mrs.. Edna E. Hemingway, Frances Livings", Olin 1*. ?)
statementJl In the Johns Allen M. Mack J. p. Padgett Mary Swllly, Geo. W. Thornton, Alvte Leaery\Varren. Nannle DeBerry. Mrs. FlnleyHarper, Clarence Lee Herman
iveklel. was under then Johns S. R., Jr. Moore Mrs. Jerry Parker W. S. Sapp J. C. Thornton., Harley Wimberly Kail Belle Pierce Haynes, Georgia K. Lamb, James
i Idols had been Johns Dorothy R. Mann, Arline Parker Willie Shaw Bert A. TyaKfn HaraceVllllam Julia DeBerry, Finley PlerceHenry A. H. Lee, Lewis E.
and the people were Jordan J. W. Mllllgnn. Josephine Plttman. Guy F. Smith Charles C. Tyson Harry L, Wills, Mrs. Florrie Dryden Archie Leon Harrell L. C. Lee, Mrs. D. L.
worshiping the true Johns Pierce Miller, L. A. Parmenter R. Ury Sternberg. Ruth Thomas Allen V.Vllliams., Hardy Dyal. Charles Hall E. A. Lee D. L.JMdntosh .
said "Son 'Of man Klckllter. James! F. Manassa A. C. Patten, G. L Sllcox, Lacy B, Taylor, Mrs. Luvenla Williams Amos Daugherty LosaleDrlggers Haynes, Sara Hope Glenn
seen what the ancients Knight Carl A. Molpus, E. L. Fatten, Mary R. Can- Strickland. Cora Thomas, Get). W. Ward Chas. W. Maggie Hall J. R.llouser McIntosh, Mamie "4
M of Israel do In theEzekiel Kersey General L. Martin Walter ova Sharpe Della'Thomas.. Victor C.Vanen., Mrs. RushieWiimberly Dyal, Pete :Mrs J. F. Manning John C.
cruse said that God Kersey Oswood D. Morgan, Jesse Priest, Hubert E. Stroman Mrs. Mattie Tuten R. H. Wallace M. Dyal, Ruin. Mae Haynes Mrs. Mary J.Mitchell Vasco: i
him to the door 'Of the Keller Isaac J. Morgan Zona Padgett Berry Swsse, Mable L. Thomas .:al'lVllliams.. T. S.. Jr. Edwards Balons S. Henry, Lila Mansell, N. W.
ere he looked through a Knight Clara Mae Molpus. Elizabeth Priest Mrs. Bell Seabrlght. Edward Tetstone, Geo. F. WltkovBkl,'1 R. R. Epperson Lorena K, Harding, Thos: B. Morgan Vlda, V.
the well. The phrophpt Kelley Inez Moore Mrs. Lois Prevatt William Sapp Elma Turner Ernest ":. Wood Glen E. Edwards, Josephine Hall Susan Mitchell Lucille S.
full." He found the Kelley Frazier Manassa, Phillip Parmenter, Mrs. Mat. Sharpe InezStroman Thornton William M.\Vllrren. James Pearce Epperson. W. J., Jr. Hall Essie M. Jlllddleton. W. E.
eye note1 worshiping Idols Kersey William R. Morgan L. U. tie Henry H, Thomas Muriel Wainwright Ellen W. 1>. Hornsby Floyd E. Middleton Nola D.
ed in the vilest orgies. Keene, Nelma Moss, William Patray James Sapp. Roberta Tlson, Theodore Curtis Edwards, Comer 1>. Hall. J. W Middleton Madge
,?!! of the pastors of the Keene William A. Mullins, Giver Fender W. D.Phillmon. Stump, Evelyn Tlson Laura Wainwright Grace Ellis A. B. Hoover Cyrus T. Marr Ollie "
cheS In America could Kirby: William M. Mayes, Lois Russell H. Simpson Pearl Tlson Julia/ Wainwright N. D., Jr. Edwards. Gladys Hanllng, Mrs. Thos. Moore Nathan JL
I some of their leading Key, Howard A, Mayes James Parker H. J. Sumners Crockett Thets. R. F. Williams Yancey S. Kills Margaret B.Hazen. Middleton. Gerald R. 1
sometimes do In the Kelley James Robert McCoy Starling F. Parmenter Edith Shepherd Leslie A. Thornton, Willa Mae Wainwright James R. Edwards, Lloyd M. ('. Murphy Emma '.'
ify, if they are true pas- Knight. Darling I. McCoy Elizabeth Powell, Wm. C. Shepherd, Eva Thomas Carl Warren, Louise Edwards Lamar S. Hazen. Mrs Clara Manning Mm Delta
uU release some thun- Kelly David G. McRae. Harley, M. Robinson James W. Stump, Marjorie E. Thomas, Sadie Williams, Dewey D. Fernandez Eva L. Mall Claud B.Humlngway Manning W. C. I
1 at some of the Sunday Kid<1. Richard G.. Jr.McRne. J. W Ritch James H.Rlgdon. Shaw Ida Mae Tyson Parnell Williams, Palmer "Fernandez Isabel Murtlle Moore Mrs. W. II. '
services that would Knight Mrs. H. V. McRae. A. R. J. J. Sharpe II. ITharntan., Sarah Wright. Lula Feeler Olivia S. W. Howard Lawtey Middleton. Hazel .',
cclesiaftlcal l machinery Knight H. V. McRae. Ardella Ritch Isabelle Smith J. W. Thornton, Reuben Wiggins. Richard C. Finley. GUll W. lodge<< Otis Morgan, Mrs. Emma: ,
['earthquak The writer Kincaid, Jeanette D. McRae, Basil M. Ray Olive E. Smith Edwin Thornton, Eliza Whitehead Allen B. Fields J. II. Harper Luther B. Mitchell. LucileMansell
nderstand why it is nec- Knight GusRie McDonell Walter Jr. Ritch. Carrie L. Silcox, Mary Frances Thornton Carlos Wiley Roy A. Fields Maude S. Harper Funnle Lee Miss RettmM a
for preachers to peeka Keene Nancy McLendon, Robt. P. Ray Carrie A. Smith, 10:. F. Thomas, C C. Whitehead. Agatha Finley Laura Howard, A, H. nnell, Miss Susie
hole in a wall to find Keene, Albert McGehee John M Register, Freeman Sllcox, Mrs. Lacy Thomas DorthaVhtgln.a; Leo Feagl, Kathryn Howard Mrs. FrancesMunning Pearl
tat unregenerate men uo Kirby, Sarah McClane Thomas K. Ritch Herbert C.McDanlel Steadman Cliff Thornton Lee Wiggins, Mrs Leo Forsyth, Vlnda Holt R. V. Morgan L. U.
bulk of our day. Rollings H. J. Jim Rhoden Matthew Sapp, Gladys Thomas, Resale White Etholln Forsyth, Eunice Harper I* H. Mann George W. t tFippa
oeachprs, who laid the Kersey, LIbrowKidd. McDanlel. Blanchie Hitch Evelyn Sapp Sibyl Taylor, Irving A. Williams, Sallie Jack Hough Alma Bain Martin Annie May
n8 of the evangelicalIn Eunice E. McKee, Emmett M. Randall Aileen Stanley Rosa Taylor Ethel Williams Juanlta Feagle. Mrs M. K.Flneash Howard Mrs. Verdle Martin James
In America believed In Kite Kenneth McRrfe Barney E. Randall. W. P. Shaw Bert A. Thomas, Floy Wilmot Amy E.Wahlron W. C. Howard David Manning Margaret
doctrine of "total deprav- Kite. Lller McRae. Ethel Register Alice 'L. Sapp KUlonSternberg: Tucker, Mrs. H. K. R. S. Frank, Aubrey Hough. Ethel Rives Mace, Jack ,
Ihlch simply means thtt Kite. Harold McClane, Mrs. T. K.R'Rtlon' Lacy D. Lillian Tucker H. E. Wtlkei'BOn Martha Frank Pearl flolllngswoitb Edith Mace Hazel M.
born Into this world with Keen. N. .1.- Jr. Roberts, Willie Simpson Esther Thomas DanVeldan.. Gladys Francis, Pauline Haien J. F. Manus, Mary
t of divinity In his nature Kennedy, Lucile McNeal, Wm. D. Rodgers Carl L. Saunders Mildred Thomas LavadaTlKon. Whltfleld, Margarita Fernandez, Alice Hazen, Mrs Martha Miller, Marshall
t it is absolutely necessary Kelly Mary McCord T. M. Royal J. R. Smith, Lorraine W O. (\ Forsylh, Tommy Ingram. Carrie Mann, Sabena '
men to be born again if Kite. Myra McCord W. C. Ruts L. B. Sapp, Fred Underhill, A. J. Whltfleld. Bryan Grlffls. Sidney F.Grlfflx Jones' I. Tyler Manlng, Vollie F.
to see the Kingdom of Kite Lula McKinney Melvin Roberts, Jas. M. Sapp, Mrs. Lula Mae Underhill, O. L. Wall, A. E., Jr Zrnas Z. Johns' Archibald H. Moody, Werdna
any of our preachers who Kelley, Enoch McKinney, Iva Raulerson, W. J. Sewell, W. B. Underhlll Rodman V.WhlKham, Madge Grlffls, C. A. Jackson' Marshall Moody ..1.GIIHllon. .
j their theology in some Keen, Leona McGill M. T. Raines, An ell Richard Sewell, Ethel O. Underhill Walter Webb Wllltnm I. Chester Johnson Joe Morgan H. P. ',
sUe church schools and Kersey Annie McCord L. F. Ritch J. W. Seymour, James D. Underhill, C. Mc S. Williams Albert Gllsson. enl C. Johns Ab. Morgan H. P.
It* no longer believe that Kirkland, Joseph T. McLendon Mrs. L. B.Richard, Annie M Swanbom Dorothy Underhill, Vnaco Williams Elliott ClIsKon, !KlUryOrlffls. : Johns, Julia I. Manire, C. G.
j naturally a sinner anJ Kelley, J. N. Norman Hiram L. Renfroe, Leon L. Shaw, Mrs. Minnie Underhill, Paul Williams. T. M. LavtniaGrlffls Johnson" James Manlrc, Freda
is necessary for him to beLin. Kirkland, Mrs. J. '1'.,Norman, F. M. Rlgdon Arthur Sales, Dorothy Sitpp Underbill, Maggie D., Word W J. K. L. Johns L. L. Murrhee, Sadie
According to theseJrachers Sr.Kuhn.. Norman, S. J. Ray Amelia Sapp. Mildred Underhill Ruby Ward PollyWllliamti. Grlffls, Eugene Johnson, Wm. N. :!.Melton Clarence
who are "blind A. H. Norman, T. N Ray. L, C. Shepherd Ira 'P. Underhill Violet E. L. Goodge R J. Jones, II. H. Myers, Lee B.
tot the blind", all that Isfry Kuhn. Mrs. A, H. Newsom, Ray A. Ray Mrs. Lula A. Shepherd, Mrs. Ira P.Vandevlere, Blanch A.Williams, Mrs. Grace. Grlffls, Mrs. Lois Johns Bert W. Marks, Clarence II
Is to surround young Klochen Frankie Norman Joseph Rllch Carlyle Smith. J. C. Wall, Wm. L. B. I Goodge, Mrs. Delia Johnson G. W. Jr. '
'Ith a sort of protecting Kelly, H. B. Nettles W. J. Reddish Rodman 1) Seymour Elizabeth. Wainwright, N. I). Williams. Mrs. lola Goodge, A. L. Johns Ella Manning Clyde
mutating environment and Kersey, Wilbert Nettles. Roberta Richards H. M. William Williams, JohnVeek W. T, Gooilge. W. J. Johns. W. J. Matthews, toy R.
I I be an rlgnt. Kite Roy Norman Lonzle L. Richards Harriet Stokes, Emma WIlliams Ed. Williams Bascom Gill Mrs. Fay Jacobs, Sarah Matthews, T. A.
taught that men must Keller I. J. Nasworthy. C. Howell Ruis, Lola Stokes, Robt. D. White, Olin W. Williams Clara Bell Griffin, Oscar Johns, Fronnle Moore, Della Lee
i again. God's Word says, Keller. James FrankllnNorman Frank M., Jr.Raines Sarah C. Simmons, Lacy Williams Emanuel Whitehead J. B.Whlttemore Geiger L. A Jones, Fred G. McRae Mike J.
Ulch la born of flesh Istij Lewis Harry H. Nettles, Horace Register Gertrude Silcox, Nellie Wall. Albertus E. J. M. Gunter, Joe Johns Mrs Agnes) McKinney Volley
that which Is born ofJit Luke, Jim O. Newsom, Edna Raulersim. Willie Simmons L. W. Williams, Thomas M. Whittemore, Margaret Griffin., John D. Jones, E!. D. McKinney Chas. U,
|Is spirit." Flesh Is man Lewis, Emory C. Newman Mertle Rlgdon. Cornelius F. Simmons, Mrs. Vera Williams Thos. .S. White Dorothy Ray Gainey, Ralph Jacobs Bernard McKinney, Carl y
[raw, man in his natural Lewis, Jeff Newmans, Lois Richardson, James A. M.Sapp. Wainwright Wm. M. Wade C. T.Williams. Gllsson, Marion Jacobs, Rosalind McRae, DollyMcKlnney
he was born Into this Lee Matilda M. Newsom O. T. Roberson Blanch Mrs. Mildred Nat Winkler Mrs. Bemtle Orlffls Leo Johns. Charlie E. Mae
The Bible teaches that the Long. Cornelia P. Norman, Mattie Wynn Sweat Edna Williams. F. W. Weldon, Mitchell K. Grlffls Leon Johns, Thelma Brinson McKinney, Mrs. C. :M.
| heart Is "incurably sick" Lewis Worthy A. Norman Russell Riley Robert D. Sweat Mack S. White Ceo C. Williams, Mrs. Palmer Griffin, Luther Johns H. E. McRae, Russell 8.
i Judged man In the flesh Lewis Robena A. North E. E. Reynolds B, F. Thomas James S. Wainwright Mary O. Wilkins Mrs. J. II. Gorman, Charles Johns Ruby B. McRae Eula Mae
a declared that In the Luke Dlamont J. North Margaret E. Ransdell, Charles E. Thomas, Archibald J. Wall, Murlit E. Wilkins Joe 11. Gllsson, R. L. Johns Jeff J. McMillan, Merrill C.
no good thing; that Is. Long T. -.... ,Norman, E. E. Roberts Leon T. Truby, Joseph J, White Noble Buy Williams. JohnWainwrlght Orlffls. Wilbur K. Jackson, W Morris McKelvey, Frank
that can save from the Leach Otis K Noegel Dorothy Mae Roberts George Tyler, J. A. White Ethel M. Mrs Gill Florence E:. Johnson V, F, McKelvey J. A.
lences of sin. Luke I. V. Newman. William Raymond. Alice Rob Tyson., John Wills, Irene L. Lavllla Garrett F M. Johns Laura McIntyre France
I as morals are concerned Lewis, Loca Norman Herbert S. erta Tyson GadThomas Williams, Willie K.: Wilson P. M. Goodman Jesse D. Jackson Margaret McIntyre, T, J.
en i are better than others Lewis. Magnolia Norman Leroy G. Raulenton, Onle Herman Wall Mabel A. Whitehf'all.J.eon] George, J. W Jackson II. C. McRae\ Donald F.
lay be because of training Lloyd D L. Nichols, John H. Raymond. G. Paul Toplln, John White. Ina A. Womack AI Garrett Earnest Johns; Melissa V McRae, Minnie
lay be due to the fact that Long, Myrwln J. Norman Carra bell Reynolds Francis W. Thomas Edna B. Winkler .Edwin: A. Williams Amos Orlffls, Marlon Jackson, Eula McKinney Laurie
en have more sense! than Leiterman Daniel Norman Mrs. Muriel Rials Toby Tlson, Etta S. Williams Mary William. M. O. ''Galney, Callie Johns Havana McKlnney. Florrto
i chances on violating the Long, Lois E. Norman E. C. Roberts G. E. Tyler, Alice L. Wainwright Edward Wilson. kettle Johns Garrett Herman Jackson, Onle McKinney Roy
ode, but "all have sinned Lawson H. A. Norman Sadie Renfroe, Alta I, Tompkins, Lizzie J. Wood, Mrs. Martha Garrett Matilda Johnson, Deborah McKinney Bertie ',
me short of the glory ofThe Lawson J. T. Norman W. M. Rowe Ruth Taylor Walter E. Wllkerson. A. J, Yarbrough, Jail C. Grlffls, W. II. Jones, Edna McKinney Mrs. A. II:.
writer wonders how Lennon, Charles I). Nettles, Leah Rowe Clyde Thomas, Frank Wainwright Blanch Young Theodore R.Thomaa Garrett LemmlaGriffls Johnson Lloyd McKinney, A. E.
Mrs. Ada Fern M. Rye, J. H. Nathan N.Thornton. M. Yarbrough. Vada Milford
to i is going on In the dark Lawson. Norman Jones, Cella McGuire Groover G.
generation when thous- Luke, Ellen Noegel. William Russ, Francis Wm. E. Ward, Willie Calvin Young H. II. Geiger, Herman Johnson, Marvin McKlnney ,E. B.
f cars are parked by the Lawton, Thomas W. Norman: Russell Rigdon, J. W Thomas Wm. R. Whitehead, Samuel Yenowlne, Stanley R.Tison Grlffls Minnie Johns, B. M. McKinney Nellie i
every night and when Let ch. Conrad Norman, Ethel D. Rhoden Lonza Sallie Williams, R. J. Yarbrough Aaron J. Griff, Mattie Judd. M. R. McMillan W. '
go many dark corners I Ire Letsch. Elizabeth Norman Frieda Rye J. B Thomas, Eva May Wood Annie S. YarbrouKli, Albert Griffin. ArnoldGllsson Jones, Ethel McKnlght James
Icnn be reached so easily Lowe, Clarence L. Noegel, Maxine Rye. Callle Thomas, Frank F. Williams, Gertrude Young Joe C. Albert Johnson Mrs W N. McKinney June 2 '
I machine age; and so few I Lewis, Edna Norman, Mrs. Louise Ritch, Mildred Thomas KM rley B. Williams, A. B. Young, Mrs. Clyde George, Allle Mae Jones, Ruby McGuire W. T.McFashion. ;;:

prs who are crying out like I Lowe, Edith Mae Norman Jessie Ritch Mrs. Ruby Precinct No. 3-Starke South Garrett, Willie Jackson, Edward GUI 'I" 'r.3Oriffis
the Baptist saying "Re- Lowe, Alfred Noeget. Alesca Ritch Carl M. ( ) Katie Jenkins, Elva FrancesNewsom J. E. t';
or the kingdom Is at Lowe Welda Norman Isaac N. Roberta Mabelle Andrews Joseph W Brown, Mrs. Truby Crews, R. L. GUI Thomas) Jenkins Chas. H. Newsome Eunice o ... .
and so many preacherssuch Landrum T. Frank Nettles Coreen EstelleRhoden. Jr. Bradley J. M. Cooper T. W. Grlffls. Richard D.GrlfflH Judd Mr. Mlllaril Norton, Jessie t.
g[ soft things in such a Landrum Carleen Norris Georgella W. C. Allbrlght, Soloman UessarU Mrs. Mary Cooper, Richard Louise! Jenkins, Beatrice Noegel, W. H. $
I age. Lightfoot Rev. A. E. Norris William Rlgdon Annie Bell Albert. KingAndrews Budillngton M. Ernes-Coleman, Flank R. Gill PrvscottOrlffls Jenkins Ernest Newsom, P. C. 'ltJ
fider Ezekiefs ministry the Lightfoot, Letitia Norman, Della Randolph Authur Ira W. tine Crutchfleld. Charles Ada Kite Lester Norton C. C. W
1 tinned so greviously In Lang, Annie Mae Nettles, Grady Robert Joseph M. Allen Nellie O. Buddlngton, John W. Coleman, J. L. I Candy Ruby Kite Perry Jr. Nauman Minnie ( _:
Ricks, J. D. Andrew. :Margaret L. Browning, Willard Carlton C. M.
Tk, I naturally wand Lang, Ellwood Nettles Roberta Geiger Ethel KinK N. T. Newsom Margaret 1
ihey must be doing In the Lee Tasco L. Nettles R. A. Sl trunk. G M. Andrew Amanda Browning Clifford Clark W S. Galney, Harvey Kite Buck C. North, Mrs. W. N. ,''1,: ,
nder the superficial preach- Lewis, Mrs. Nola Nettles. Mrs Ruby Sapp John B. Anderson, Myrlle R. Bryan, Mrs. Mai Cole LolaCourtmanch. GesHnrr Alfretta KlngKendrlck, Thos. N. Noegel. l!]. P. !
I our day. God has not Lewis Jas. A. Norman, Mrs. Mary Silcox, David L. Andrews Fannie O. Bryan W B. J, H. Glasgow, Harold C. Kendrick Martha Nicholson Charlie W. t" :
jme as a preacher to peek Lewis, Thelma L. Newell Mrs. Jennie Sllqox, Walter Anderson A. W. Brown, James A. Carter S. A. GllsHon, Isadore Kite. HenKlckllter Nettles, Ernest A. ,' ; y
Stump, Fred F. Andrews NelleArchambeauIH Brown, Mrs. CharlottClark" Amy Lucille (
Frank W. Lee GrlffU Miriam
PI any hole In the wall. A Lee, Nocgel, Joe 'II
[ traveling as I do can see Lee Joseph F. Norman Ester Scott Fred A. AlbeJ.. Caron Thomas. Gunter Sellur Kite Louisa North W. N. ri''
In wide 'open daylight In Long R. A bverstreet, Thomas W.Singleton. Stephen nla Brown; Lacy Collier, C. W. Gamble, Robert H. Kite. Alice Nicely Lawrence 'j ,t',
>y, In the old days sinners Long. W. N. Overstreet William J. Sapp. William Anders Carl Bonham Lona Cone Nellie Goodge Gene Kahr A. L., Jr. Newman. Albert
[ashamed to sin in public. Morris. Joe O'Neal, Thomas Sllcox, J. J. Allen. Mrs. Jimmie Hell Ethel Cooper Howard Grlffls Beatrice Kite Mrs. Lilly Newmans. Mra. > '.
I te always some hope for Moore, Leonard V. O'Neal 'Lenora Strickland C. B. Allen. CliffAlvarez. Browning Mrs.. Arrie Cobb Carl Green. W. E. Knight Daniel K. Noegel. Mra. Jewel
who' are ashamed of their Matthews Conway Odom G. F. Stern Harry KrrolAlexander: Brown Neater Coleman, Mary K.Murrell GooOge T. J. Knight Mannle L. Noegel William II. fL''
Starling Benj. J. J. B. Thomas Courtmanch, Anna T. I
pity our generation Moore Audrey R. Odom Gladys GUI W. Knight Paul E. Noegel Roswell .- ;
I People sin In the and Matthews. Ella Lee O'Neal RoyO'Neal Scott Laura H. Allen. H. C. Brown Mrs. Florence Courtmanch. Anita Gren J, B. Keller L. D. Nobles, Robert B. ,I ,
open Amanda Stump, Eva W Alvarez. Corrine Boan Irene Carden V. II. Graves, T. A.
l even blush In shame. Morgan King. Mary E. Nobles, Mrs. RIL. i
Maruca, Mike Overstreet Mae Sapp. Leona Alexander W. B. Boan G. W. Carden Lucy Graves, Gladys Kite, Les le Noegel. Mrs. W. IL. ,
I Not IT fimw "O-"FR. I Murrhee, A. F. O'Neal. C. D. Sapp Jake S. Allen Rosa Hence, Hildabelle Clough Roxle May Graves C. R. Kite Virginia Jr.Olson.. y''
|'":a: idayeofnC5etnber. trim 1,40.on I Moore. Amy Olive. Leroy Smith E. H. Anders Elizabeth Bryant. Wade Carter. Lassie Gomes, R J. Kemp R. 1. Titus 1
Judge of Bradford. County.. Moore Ethel 1 Odom, J. B.Odom Sapp Ellery Ayer Gladys M._ Baker Alice Curry A. N. Green Mathel Klcklller Dorothy Owen Vlrgel
f;j'I trytnr of th"rrE tatesof a.J. Mundy Wm. B., Jr. Mrs. Margie Sweat Ida Ayer, L B. Bronky. Ellis Crosby Mrs. Berry Green Maggie B. II. Klnchen Bycle D. Owen Nora c.))11. \
drew eaa,,he Sr. That my Final Mundy, Leila Olive, Viola Sapp, Carl Andrews, Wesley Lu-Bennett, O. M. Clark M..... L. L Goodge, Myra Varnesfcite, Georgia Odom. J. D., Jr.
:; "n duly filed with Sapp G. L. clan Blanchard, N. M. Chambers
| Judge. Montelth. David A. Osteen. Edward Robert Haynes. Othma L. Kllllngaworth. Kate Powell Charlie J.
Andrews. Jr.. Administrator Montelth. Mrs. Kath- Powell, Luther G.Sumner, Orin Andrews Maude Blakely Jessie Mae Earl irolllngsworth. F, C. Klnchen. Eugene: L. Prevatt J. W
-arkr Luther C. Sumner, Aaron Agin. Wm. W. Bradley Noon M. Chambers Mrs. Ethel Frank G.
Fla., ::10th". UtO leen Powell. Hemingway Klnchen Leonard S. Parrlsh. E. J.
"rt ,r the Clerk> of the Clr- Manning J. C. Prevatt R. R. Sumner A. C. Anderson, Alice Boring Elizabeth Mae Hemingway Annie M. Kessler T O. Parrish Oscar A.
.. FIfrW' '' .and on for account Bradford Morgan. W sley Powell May F. Sapp Mrs. Vide Andrew., Rudolph Boring John R., Jr. Chambers, J. E. Holllngsworth Ida J. Klnchen. Frank 'Ferryman, E. K. .. A
.M2r.'d for th. mr 3..of :Mlnton. Warren W. Prevatt Hettie Swanbom, W. R. Andrews Nona Hazen Blair Eva Col ley, J. R. Haynes, Hope McLan Klnchen.. Frankie Perryman, Lois P.
ftl5nlBn Tax 40.Collector To Murrhee. William T. Pullum. Lenora Swan barn. Agnus Arnold Mrs. Mary E.Baxter, Clifford C'olley Mm. Margery Hayes E. W. Kite. Robert Powell Laura I.
anro("Jnll.t Preprr Manning. C. W. Parka W. B. Sanders Annie Anderson A. W.. Jr. Brown Howard H. Hayes, Ruby A. Kirkland J. T.. Jr. Perkins LInnle 'r'
due 12,212,13 H.Starling.. Alma Allen. John Bui lard. Mrs. M. H. L.
aunt I..t"d Matthews Eugene L. Powell John Crosby, Holtzendorf Jessie Kllllngsworth Myrtlce Prevatt Loots C. '
ant" $ Sponholtz, Mrs. Kath- Austin, L. H. Brown, Otis Onle h
-f. dun 1.115.31nf. Manassa. Arthur Prather. W. C. Crawford. Hoover Don L. Kruse. Albert Peterson F. O. .
',.*.due A P.rfl...._ Manasaa Mlna Parks Ethel R. erlner.lannlni Brown. Lem Box Mrs. F. H. Cherry Vern D. Holtzendorf Ethel Kite Soloman Prevatt. Arch :
.1 nt ". 629.95 Bennett SlHtrunk, J.. M. Bryan. W E. Bryant Oscar Coburn, Amy B. C.
". ct"1 1 149! 06 : J. H Pitts. Holtzendorf Kowatch, Julius Parrlsh, Lewis '
.ante... r "Need." 680.11 Morgan Jesse Pullum Dean Sternberg N. Brown, Eston Brown. Gilbert B.Barnhlll Carlisle. Ruth Hoover Delia C. Lenard. ,Alva Phillips, Chas M. s
'ant" due 82.186.17 and BrldK Morrow Mason W. Parker. Ella Sternberg Cussie Burns, Edward Susie Chlsm Rudolph Hall Ben F. Lee R. L. Phillips. E. F. .
Iin" ,, 'ollected d .. f 49 5 Morrow Mrs. Louise Payton H. W. Ellen Fred, O.Strickland. Bowers E. R. Bridge. Lillie McRae Carter :M. Holllngsworth. Mrs. F.I.e., E. E. Phillips,'Rosa ,
re5111, .26.25 Edward, Amos R. John H. Bowers J, D. Blair W. L. Cason Mrs. Maggie C.Hicks.
Schwl (......1 Manassa Geo. Leonard. James Parrlsb W. B. .,
sore due Earl E. Strlngfellow Wm. G. Burns Mrs BesnUBalsden Bowen Ruth Ella Canon Mae
mar 2,16e.111 :r.ranaasa, Ellz. Wool-Parmenter, G. W Lord Eva B. Phillips Minnie "
.nr' dus lleeted 1 :169,23 4..I! ford Porter Thomas J. Strlngfellow. Mabel M. Addle 'Baker A. B. Curry Mrs A. N. Hicks, Clarence Lewis, James A. Pearce Bertha f
Of.1./t".ana..ea.el. 6,164.2..... Manassa, Albert C. Price, Thomas W. Silcox Henry P.Swlndall Balsden Rosa Chandler, King Conway W L. Harris Gertrude Libby L. L. Prevatt. Claude
due A. Parnvnter. Lacy D. HannahStarling. BuriM>y, C. N; Clark. James Clark. FoyCrosby Howard
annt n1 .oll..t.d 5 4"" 95 Manassa. Henry WesleyHemingway Lilly Ruby Parrish, Sallie
due B. James P.Sllcox. Buford. R. C. Clark. James W. A. D. .
"hl Z.267.67 Morgan. Matt M. Purvis, H. L. G. Lee Lizzie Priest Hubert E. *
.r, N.a rka.l II...., Powell, John Delia W. Buford Irma Colley. Wm. A. 0 Crosby Marvin L. Hemingway Sara
i d"" '4.191.03.r Morgan. Mattie T. T. Pearce, Annie Mae
.J : .nueeled t J36.18 Mosely, Edith V. Pringle. Mask Sllcox. Selena Bowers, Mrs. Marie Coleman Wm. W. Demorest, R. F. Hall. Mrs. ThelmaHolllngsworth Lee. Cynthia S* Peterson Mrs. lines*
earlgt4.n1'due :.7 os! Matthews Eugene S. Phillips. James F. Sapp. W E. Browning Vollle A. Chandler lea K. Dyal B. O. Jas. FLee, G. W. R. !
Julian L. Sapp Felix H. M.... Colley, Laura L. Demorest Verna J. ?,
fr.i dun. d 151,51) Matthews. Ida D. Peek Brown. Ruby Holder. DaveHlckman Lee. Huldah Peek. Myra D.
sect 115.44one 24 55taidew'n Middleton.. Earnest Peek. :Mrs Clara L Strickland Edna Bryan, O. P. Carlton, Fred Dyal Earnest ,, W. T. Lamb Clifford Parrlsh. O. P.
,I : Frmmlmm Moore Cornelious Powell, John Jr. Strickland Nezzle Bryan, Woodrow Clark. JoI.... Louise 6 Drlggers.: C. A. Hill, Co. W Lavender James L.LavesMler. Fender Emily
.t duo ... laLaO 2416 Morriss., Lena Belle Prevatt. L. J. Stem. F. C. Ch ea hi er. Geo. W. Durden, GussieDaugherty. Herring, John F. Lilly Edna Parrlsh RubyLuten. y
1 Drown Mrs. Ark'
0" 'doll."t" Chu. K. Sllcox.Jlrs. Leaale .1
1J3.n R. L. Phipps. Henderson Gladys William C. Perkins, Ola Mae
5\. ; Morgan. CheM/er/ JD.
101... I..trrr.4. A "I...... Moore Clarence Pitts. Ronald Sullivan. Herbert i Buddlngnon. Gwendo- Dennis J. H. Hutching, T. M. Lavender Jas. F, Palmer, Den W. { ?
IFt due a $1,101.11 Murrbee. Emma Peek. Julian L., Jr. Sauls; Mra. Pearl J lyn Cheshler Mrs.: Bettle Dyal Mildred Howard Bessie Lewis, Loca Petk. S. [., Jr, yw
..n"r lue,1I..t." 5 1,411:!13.">>I Merritt Jas. R. Phlpps, Ella Sponholtz, L. M. Box F. H. Cason, Ozzie C. Denmark, D. N. (Continued on pate 8)I s ,,


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Wallle Howard, H. H. Plnholster. T. B.
Maxwell Mrs Ida Smith Rebecca H. L. Padgett, J. W.
t Halek W T. Hough
a (Continued from page 7) Crews, C. J.
Halek Mrs. W. T. McGregor, J. W. Sweeney E. May Colson Arizona Hodges, Dennis Polk, L. D.Plnholater .

rh. Prevatt, Mary Snyder Lucretia Turner, PeartTomllnson Hall Mrs Debbie McGruder, Mozelle K. Saxon, Cleo Cone, LIllie Hough M. Rosa \

Iti Prevatt, Eugene Smith, W. P., Jr. Henry Hayes, G. A McCullough J. O. Summers, J. P. L. Colson N. Alva Hazen, R. E. Plnholster, Annie ssvey

1'd' Powell. Mildred K. Smith, Felton Thomas Clyde Nelle Johns, B. Nimmo, Ada Summers, Minnie Crosby, Clarissa Hodge H. Y. Parish, G. M. Ing

y Prescott, Marie Smith, Mrs. Lula Torruella. John Johns, Mrs. Minnie Ormond, Mrs. J. E. Slade Lester Crosby, A. L. Hayes. N. G., Jr. Parrish, N. S. :.

Prevatt, N. N. Smith, J. E. Thornton. Mrs. Ellis Jackson, W. R. Newell I. N. Smith, Roy Crosby, H. B.Clemona Harrell. Luther Parker, L. L. City ,

x s ;'4 Prevatt Edna Strickland Earl Turner, R. V. Johnson, Mrs. J. F. Ormond. J. E. Slade, Gertrude Alvin Hayes P. O. Parker, G. H. M Ralph were visltt! a ,0Ultrs. .

Priest, Mrs. Myrtle Starling Joe E. Torode, Edwin Johnson D. W. Ormond, Mrs. J. E. Slade, Clnda Cone, Clyde Harrell, J. C. Parker, Llnnle Saturday "Hiney Frtdr. a.1.1Mr.

Jri' ;ray, Prescott, Herbert Smith, Junlua M. Tomllnson, Annie Johns, it. A. Perry, T. J. Smith Elvie Clara demons, E. H. Hough, Carl Plnholster, Mrs. Lu- : anti.( M'Y ac:!
F Parrish, Mrs. G. P. Smith. Mrs. W. H. Tomlinson, Rosa Bell Jones, W. H. Perry, Lucindey Stone, Mrs. Clemons, Mrs. E. H. Hazen, V. V. bedla children Dan Bo

Prescott, Mrs. Bula Simmon A. A. Talbott J. C. Johns, Stella Prevail J. B. Stone, EthplSlade Clemens Mrs. A. Harrell V. L. Parrlsh, J. R. Harnipi end pah I e b:!

rq J Prevatt, E. T. Simmons Joseph L, Talbott, George Johnson, Rebecca Parker, Robt. L. LulaSharpton Bertha Crosby, Mrs. H. B. Harrell, Lucille Padgett, L. C. Of Jacksonville v.umt.y, and Joe Grfll! iii,.

Prevatt, Margaret L. Struth, E. R. Talbott, P. A Johns, Merrill Priest Idella J. B. Crosby, Mrs. Lillle Hodges, E. W. Parrlsh. Guy bert GrifflK Sunday a vlHapg' JrMis

t } f SL Prescott, Hiram. Searing, Charles O. Thompson, Mrs. Carrie Johnson, Essie Parker, Lettie Simmons, A. A. B. Crosby, Mrs. Thelma Hazen Mrs. Frankie Padgett, C. F. < k
Mrs. Artteiia
; fa, Poppel E. R. Starling Joe S. O.Taylor. Johns. Marion B. Perry Preston Simmons Mrs, F. M. Crosby L. B. Hazen. Alph A. Polk, Martha Level! Was Starling of/
Phillips, Ernest Struth, I K. M. J. P. Johnson John C. Pearce, Ola G. Taylor, A. G. Colson, R. A. Hazen. Emery Padgett, A. Z. Z. Z. Griffis 1\ 'rinser guest or

Palmer Ella; Mae Shumiin. Pearle G. Todd, James W. Johns, Adelle Perry, Hazel Thomas, JJ. Crews Edna Harrell M. D. Polk, Clifton Mrs. Sunday(

Poppell, Cora Simonton, Lester Taylor, E. C. Johns Beatrice Perry, Grady L. Turner, A. Ava Cassells, Alvin Hazen, Mrs. B. F. Polk, Ed.Prescott called to Callie Gainey by hi
Poppell Avuloh Stewart, Robert H, Taylor Laura E. : Ethel Prevatt. Mrs. Clifford Turner, Mrs. the bedside !
i'c c z ti a ; Jones Van Alstine, Mrs. Crosby, Colonel A. Hazen, Mrs. E. J. V. O. mother, Mrs, or tw
; : db'i Prescott, Irene Smith. Kirby Torode Lula Redgrave Johns, Thornton Pearce. Eva Cassells. Nancy Hazen Mrs. R. E. Prescott, Doshie Lake George Hdrl'ell
r } Pellum, Mrs. F. J. Sparks, S. E, Tarratun, Della Williamson Johns, Robert pons, Mally Edith J. City Mra
Culver Carlton, R. R. Harrell, Guy Prescott. Clyde) serious oCcident' sHarreu III
Van Alstine
; Pellum, F. J. Sparks, Lula Johns, Zell Peters, Carry Wynn
Hazen A. G. Pheps, E. E. y
L. B. Mrs.
Martin ? nlgtl1
{'. Phillips Elizabeth Sewell W. B. Thomas Russell Johnson Maggie Pickren, J. J. Watterson, Eugene Prevn ,
? Ella Hazen. I. H. Phelps, VenaPinholater. Earl aDd
1N tt o Prince, JackPeterson Simonton, Alma Underhill John L. Kalchre ter, L. R. Pickren, Mrs. J. J. Watterson John W Compeau, J. W. and Harold! "sere "
Hazen Purvis
r Alfred her Vlaitlr.
s A. Ethel O. John }' HII, Ralph Williams, A. B. Compeau daughter, Mn,
k ; James Sewell, Uglow, Kalch, Miss A. K.Kalch ear W. L. Mrs. J. W. t., o.
Beatrice Hodge, Padgett 'lJre.
I QuIgley, Minnie E. Stannbury, Mary Uglow, Louisa B. Carrie E. Rahme, G. W.. Jr. Wynn. Lacy J. Cassells, Florahome over the
i Qulgley, J. T, Struth Louella Underbill, Mrs. Sarah Kennard. Mrs. J. B. Rahme, '.trs. Clifford Wynn, L. A. Collins Vera Hodge, Truby Pariah! Mrs. N. S. Week'tlld.
E. B. Hicks, P. R. Parker, Mrs. L. L.
x't Loula E. Crosby,
RobInson, W. J. Stllley. Fred B. Uglow, Carrie Lester Ira Rhoden Willie Wynn. RISING
Rhodt-n, Fred Sutton, Margery Underhill Albert VW. Lamereaux. Emma Rowel I. Henry Wynn, JanleWatlerson Crosby, Lydia Hayes, Ruby Parrish, E. J. By :\Jr. ?.
I+,''',..e9 Rltch, S. E. Sweat, Perry Varnes, A. V. Lamereaux J. G. Rowell. Viola Mrs. Mary Carlton, Mrs. Vida Hazen, T. C. Parrlsh, Mrs. E. J. ? Leafs'

', Robinson, J. P. Slstrunk, Cyrus H. Varnes, M. Lester, General Rene Florence Lorene Mae Harrell. Mildred Pipkins, Levi! Mr. and Mr Charley
Bitch, L,. A. Sweat, JoeStarling. Vinlng. L. D. Manlre Mattie Rahme, Alta Wiggins. H. B. Crews Cora Hicks, Robert Padgett, Mrs. C. F. anti! children of liS tarke post

n Ritch, Mrs. JennIe Walter Versailles A. A. Meads, W. A. Rhoden, Levi Wiggins IdaWadsworth. Dyal, D. D. Hicks Sanford Parker, James ing Mr. and Mrs R were R' *

Redgrave, Minnie Sistrunk, Alma Varnes, Myra Meads Mrs. Mamie Rhoden, Carl G. P. Dyal Truman D. Harrell, Eva Parish Roscoe Sunday. Croft'

a "; k ) Redgrave A. W. Sweat, Honeer Vinlng Charlie Lou May Claude L. Rahme Clyde Williams, M. M. Dyal Sallie Harrell. Bula Pipkins, Mrs. Pearl Mrs. DeLV Puulk

7 vsf Rafuse, Lela Starling, Joseph Varnes, Mary Manlre. C. R. Rlgdon Coatsy Wadsworth Frances Dyal, Mrs. T. D. Hodges Ruby Russ, Lottie of Jacksonville and child

p 1, Rivers, Emma L. Shepherd, Luverlla Varnes Curtis Manlre, Stella Bitch George Williams. Charles Douglas J. K. Hodges, Mrs. W. R. Rogers V. A. and Mrs. Walter were VllltlliC Y, John H. Sweat Mrs. Mazie Woodard D. D. Mitchell Frank Rhoden, Lillian Williams Hamp Dukes, W.. M. Hardy, 'Charles Rogers, S. W. day. "ndemUI

Y RoBser, F. W. Sweat, Mrs. Ella 'Wynn] J. L. May Evelyn F. Rahme. Merle Williams George : Douglas, J. ,A, Hodge Ivey Russ, Vance < Mr. and l
Y Rennolds, tervlnaRennoldu Starling. Mrs. Alma Wiggins, Orle A. Mixon, Emma Slade Oliver Wiggins J. ,H. I I IMatchett. Deea C. 'C. Harrell. Mrs. J. C. Russ, J. B. children of 1\l1-s, J. F, f&|hav)

L. A. St. Johns, Vincent Wilson, Eunice M. M. Saxon J. H. Wadsworth, G. P., Jr. Dyal Vida Hodge, D. J K.: Russ, Wilson visiting Mr. the State Farm JJ

Bitch, Iris Lee St. Johns Edwin Wilson Ira Mlnton, Aaron Swindle. D. W. Watlerson Mrs. K. B.. Dukes R. H. Harris, Tom Rimes, W. O. ner Saturday.Mr. and. l Mrs. W. C. CUI

Rhoden CurrleRlgdon Searing, E. B. Wiley, Mrs. Lottie Minton Kate Saxon, Geo. W. Wynn, Mrs. N.Matche'tt. Dukes, Grade. Harris, Gertrude Rimes, Mrs. Minnie

a Irene 'St.; Johns, Mildred Wynn, H. C. S. H. Smith. John Ward, Mrs. Mattie A. i iMatchett. Dukes, Sallie Hazen Mrs. V. V. Rogers, Mrs. Vern and Mrs Woodrow TW

o Reddish, Myrtle R. Starling, Vollie 1,. Wiley, Jack Ruth Slale'illlam Wynn, J. C. Douglas, A. W. Howard, Beulah Rogers Mrs. M. E. of LaCrosse spent the week)*

Rogers, J. M. Starling, Mary Warren, Newn Maynard. Mrs. M. 1... Sullivan. Josephine Watterson Nannie Dyal Theo Harris, D. L. Robinson, Willie with Mn Thomas' parents, IIr
Rogers, Vidal Sutton Robert Weaver Mrs Josephine Morgan. E E. Smith Ethel Watterson, K. B. Douglas, Iva Hodges, Mrs. W. L. Robinson, N. J. and Mrs. E, C Lewis.Mrs. .

d Rivers, Jackson M Surrency, A. E. Meads, Mrs. Francis Saxon B. Y. Wynn, Carl C. Dyal, Lloyd Harris, John Russ, Earnest E. J. Lewis ,Is IprD4II

t ip Ritch C. Marks Surrency, Woodrow Ward. Chas. F. Meads. Mrs. Fannie Saxon H. V. Wynn) Carrie Davis, Lem Harris, Lottie Russ, J. L. a few days Mil her est.!hl

Rltch. Jessie Surrency, Elsie Alva-Wynn, Ossle Morrow M. W. Swindell, Mrs. Ethel Williams J. L. Dukes E. C. Hardy, Chas., Jr. Roberta, Gerald and daughter. and Mra X

'e Roberts, Nannie rez Wilnon. Semthla Morrow Mrs. L. W. Saxon, Ethel Williams, Idella Dyal Leo Hardy, Mrs, Charles Rodgers Willie Mott of Brooker

d'' Raybln, Morris M. Surrency, Mrs. Lomle Wise, Chester L. I Morgan. Jessie Wilton Saxon Annie L. Williams, William R. Dyal Thelma Hardy, Reba Lee Roberts, Oscar Miss Irene Thomas of La ,,

Rowe Blllie Searing, Eunice Perk-Whigham, Eula May Wilson F. Smith, John T. Warren, C. A. Douglas, Iola Harrell Melva Rodgers Mary spent the weekend with Ir.
t, Russell, J. M. Ins Warren. A. H. Moseley. Mrs. J.V.. Smith. Frank Williams, Mrs. Mary Douglas, Ruby Hicks, Bernice Robinson, Clyde Irene Lewis. -"

Rosier, Doris Smith Virginia Walden. Bill I Manlre. Charley Smith, Roosevelt Warren Mrs. Jean M. Dukes Mra. E. C. Hodge Mrs. H. Y. Robinson, Ada

Rodgers, George H. Steppe, Louise SurWarren, Albert M. I Manire Louise Leola Slade Vernon' Yarn Tiden Dixon Vlrglie Hodge, Mrs. M. L. Roberts J. P. HAMPTON

Sullivan Clarence rency Wilson Mrs. Jessie Douglas Lloyd Hazen Elaine Roberts Leola F.
Precinct No. 6 Theressa By MUs Ada
,r Strickland, Charlie ., Sasse, Ella J. Williamson, Esther Durrance, J. F. Hodge. Effle Surrency, A. B. NImmt

nQ Sullivan J. E. Steppe, J. C. Roa I Alderman, H. G. Hall .Clyde Phillips, D. J. Davis. Edlee Harrell Mra. Guy Shaw. C. N. The G. S. & F. Rallwsy
tai Stilley, battle Thomas, Jas S. Wise Mrs E. L. Alderman. Nellie Hinson, Henry Phillips Hazel Dukes, Besale Howell Mrs. Rosetta Shaw, Mrs. C. N. have erected a coal I shoot h

rj ; Shepherd. Alice Thornton Mrs. C. A. Wood. Florence Alderman Geo. M.\ Hall Mrs. Madison Prevatt Louise Edward, Tommie Howell, Johnnie Sowell. I.. W. Hampton. They are i

Smith W H. Tomlinson, Shep Wilson Willie E..Slmmon Andrews. William Hall, Calvin Prevatt, Paul B. Edwards, C. T. Hardy William Stokes, N. G. large water tank which etKtiji!MI bt

J. L. Tomlinson, RayVynn.. Onte Andrews. Etta Hamilton Louis B. Prevatt, John Edwards, J. V; Harrell Annie Surrency, M. J., In operation. In the near htm

Smith, L. F. Thornton, Ellis Whigham. Madge Brown Wilmot Hersey, Malaner Phillips Millard Edwards, T. B. Hines Lonnie Shaw, H. T. G. E. McGauley of Melrntni

Stern, W. A. Thomas Mallory Warren Florence Batten. W. C. Hardee, Henry Packham, Mrs. Gertrude Edwards Mra. T. B., Johnson Ernie Stokes, F. C. visiting here this week.

Stern Thereasa Thomas Mrs. He.ltE'r"baUey.. H. S. Baker Mrs. O. C. Hunter Roy D. Edwards, J. V., Jr. Jones Mrs. Gertie Stokes, Horace E. Miss Geraiome

Smith Georgia Little Tomllnson Marie \\"hate-Ie.Irs H. S. Constantine, Mrs. Hinson, Woodrow Prevatt Mamie Jones Edward, A. A. Johnson, J. W. Stewart, H. H. with her aunt Mrs.Hall wti 1

t Sullivan, C. G. Thomas, Debora.h'Uson, Sarah Rosie Hinson, Estella Sullivan C. Edwards, Mrs. A. A. Joyner, H. E. Surrency J. W. the StrIts
spent week-end
Sullivan, Elizabeth Todd. JimThomas Wilton Joe E. Collins. Walter C. Hall, Louise Swindell. S. R. Edwards, Mrs. J. V.,Jones, Victor Shaw, W. H. mother Mrs. Eliza with bt
+ Sullivan Eva R. L. Wilson Des Collins Minnie Hall Laura Sullivan A. L. Sr. Kelley C. S. Stephens, T. M. Hall.

Stansbury O. E. Thomas H. M. Warren Dewey Cothran, Verda Jones, W A. Speed, James Edwards Mrs. J. V.,Kelley, Mrs. C. S. Surrency, Lorena H. V. Saxon of Pompano vto\
Struth Wm. H. Todd, Leoty Wiggins. J. W Cothran, H. C. Jones, Hettie Swindell Willis Jr. Kelley, O. C. Shaw Fred his father, B. Y. Saxon, ave
Struth Katherine Thomas Violet Williams Jack Clayton Alberta Johns L. G. Sullivan Mabel days this week.
Fowler, I. S. Kelley, C. A., Stewart T. S.
Helen Thomas Peggy H.Valnwright, A. A. Dodd Lillian M. Kelsey, A. H. Sullivan Mrs. Elva Fowler C. F. Klein, M. L. Surrency, Mrs. \. B. /r Marvin Crosby who Is emplo

Struth, Katherine Shirley Thornton. Clarence Wainwrtght. Addle Dickinson, Mrs. J. P. Kelsey Ollle Sullivan Mrs Floy Fowler, W. H. Kelley, Mrs. O* C. Sapp Harry K. r at Camp Blamllng spent I1
week-end with friends and
Tetstone, A. C. Young Jeanette Dodd Robert J. Kelsey, Frank Sibley W. S. Fowler, F. S. Kelley, Mrs. J. H. Surrency, Mrs..'Alma
Smith. W. P. Thompson J. D. Young Herman H Dodd. Mamie L. Lewis, Charles J. Swindell Doshla Fowler L. A. Keene, James C. Surrency, Wilma fives in Citra. '

Sweat, Riley _,w Thornquest, Jennie Young. Cora L. Dodd Fred S. Loper, W. C. .Swindell Florence Frlpp T. R. Knight, James F. Sapp, Nora Rev. Dixon at the Christian of Jacksonv"preached Choir::

.. Dampier Rhoda Lewis Annie L. Sullivan, Percy E. L. A.
Fowler, G. W. Kelley, Stewart, E. T.
Precinct No 4 Graham ) Fortner H. E. Ben last Sunday morning.
Loper, Sibley, Mrs. Mattie Fowler, Harvey Lewis, L. R. Sandel Virginia
Abernathy, F. T. Griffin, F. M. Starling f;. J. Forsyth J. H. Loper, Nannie Sibley, Elbert Fowler Ernest Lewis J. W Stokes, Bertha Mr. and Mrs. J, G. Lamoraa'

Abernathy, M. Cord Groves. Mrs. Maude Starling Mrs. Kate Forsyth Lou May, H. D. Snyder, W.. W. Forsyth Seeber Lewis, E. J. Shaw Amanda of Orange Springs were guest MnJ l)

Abernathy, H. D. Hines Beatrice Strickland Mary E. Griner, J. S., Jr. Moore, D. W. Sullivan, Felix M. Feagle R. C. Lewis, Mrs. E. L. Starling Cary B. Mrs. Lamoreaux's mother

'" Abernathy, Mrs. Nov Hinds, Ravin Strickland. Willie' E. Grlner, Carra R. Mitchell, Morgan St. John. S. Victor Forsyth, Mrs. Seeber Lewis, Amanda Sapp Nora F. Johnson recently

of ella Jones, Carl Summers, J. P.Strickland. Her ey. R. M. Moore Florence Swindell Jlnnle Fowler, Charley Lewis Lula Mae Stokes, H. B.

Broughton, Egbert V. Johns Arch Clyde W. Hall. W. H. May, May Trlest. S. E.Trtest Fippal, Elbert Lewis. L. O. Stokes, Leola FLA. STATE F.m

,: Broughton, Mrs. A, W.Johnson. Fred Starling P. O. Hagan, Ida Moore, Howard T. B. Fowler, Alex Long 13. C. Stewart, Mrs. Paul By 111..8I..ry: Townwnd

Brought, Arlie Johns Norman Surrency Maude Hln on. Willie Mae Mason, Mrs. MargarelTrlest, Floyd James Fowler Mrs I. S. Lucas, Mrs. Wilma Sapp Earl B. H. Cox in
'i Broughton Mrs. Thel- Johnson. Mrs. Geneva Smith. Fannie McGruder, J. H. Veal, James' Lewis John M. Mattie Mr. and Mrs. R.
Hardee, Susie Fipps. Harvey Sowell Mrs Carolina,
'l ma Jones, Mrs. Ida Starling Mrs. H. L Neal, Geo. P. Youngblood L. L. Flpps. Mrs. T. R. Lewis, Malcolm Stokes Mrs. Genett vacationing in North an
'' Burnacd! Mrs. Dolll Johnson, R. M. Starling, Mrs. Alice Hall. J. F. Neal Cleveland Zeigler, J. J. Fowler Mrs. L. A. Lumpkin C. E. ,Stokes, W. A. Mr. and Mrs. G.MelvernaTtioro E.

Barwick W. H. Johnson, Mrs. Flor- Summers, Mrs. Burnle Hersey Clyde Neal, Everett Zeigler, Ruth Fowler Mrs. E. S. Lewis, A. W. Stokes, Alberta family and Miss friends and rdatlves
Carl Strickland. J. B. I ton were visiting
v ence Precinct No. 7-New River Fowler, D. W. Long, Mrs. E, C. Tyler, W.Thomas In Macclenny last SUM
Broughton, Willis Murrhee, Dewey Starling, Calvin
Gainey H. P. Lewis, L. R. R. B. :
I Call. J, E. Murrhee, Mrs. M. E. Starling, Claud Andrews, G. W. Kelly, James McCUllough Nora L. R. Lewis Ovid t afternoon.Mrs. .
Thomas Alfred
Gainey, Falatkair
i Call, Mrs. J. E. Morgan, Mrs. S. F. Thomas Frank E. Andrews Laura Kelly Myrler McNeal, J. H. Bard Gale of ,
Green, Minnie Lewis, Mrs R. P. Thomas, Mrs. Alice Woodward of S'
Casey, T. L. Melton, T. T. Turner, Willie Andrews, C. E. Kelly, Llney McCullough Lester Miss Jacqueline
Mrs. Mamie Robert 111'!'
Gainey, Long Thomas, Mary C. tae
Casey, Mrs. Ethel Morgan J. L. Thomas. Ernie Andrews, R. R. Kelly, J. S. McCUllough Mrs. Augustine were visiting
Gainey, Mary Jane Legg, John. Thomas, Nannle C.Tomllnson Mr* 1.1'\ '
.r Cain Horace Marlow, Amond Thomas, Lewis I. Andrews, Mrs. Minnl Kelly, Mrs. D. W. MabelM. ter's parents. Mr. and
Dave D. J. 0.) Mrs.
Green ( Legg, Foy O. F. and
Dyal. W A. McKinney J. A. J., Jr.Thomas. Wllllard Kelly, E. L. Nettles, D.,Carl Woodward over the
Grimes Mrs. N. G. Llles Mrs. Ninie Bell Tomlinson John B. to w
Dyal Erwin McEver. W T. Thomas C. D. Andrews Guy Kelly, Lovle L. Nettles, Mrs. Flora J. G. Godwin returned
A. A. Lee Thomas L. W\
Dryden Elizabeth McEver Mrs. W. T. Thomas S. T. Andrews, Mrs.'R. R. Kelly, H. C. Belle Tyler, NoahTomlinson. home here last week after a
I R. M. Llles. Paul
Dyal. Mrs I. W :McKinney Mrs. J. A.Wasden. T. W. I Andrews Mrs. C. E. Knight P. T. Osleen Percy Roy ness trip to Texas.
Green A. Leslie, Jr. Lipford. Effle Mae
Davis N. J. J., Jr. WaRden H. D. Butler, C. C. Knight Ida ParrUh.. Herbert Tyler C. T. Bridge Luncheon
Green, R.: E. Lee Molt, S. M. Mrs. J. B. brldl''
Tillman. local
Davis. Mrs. N. J. McKinney, E. B. Wasden. R. S. Butler, J. L. Killingsworth, J. K. Priest, Emla C. Members of the
Green, Mrs. L. A. Mott, May at I
McKinney, Nellie Willis. Susie G.Roberts. Browning, Lettey Klllingsworth, Mrs. J.Priest. Nona Tyler, C. club enjoyed a luncheon
Davis J. C. '
Green. Mrs. Markey. Thos. Mrs. C. aft"
C. B. Ward. Annie E. Brown Leroy K. ParrlHh. Audry Belle Tyler, club house Thursday
Davis I A. C. Green L. R. Mott, J. M. crowd r
I. B.
y Rivers. Ollie Wasdin. H. M. Brown, Phoebe Killingsworth, Miss A.Raulertton. A. J. Taylor, October 17. A good
Dyal, B. Roberts Mrs. Equllla Ward. J. L. Duller, Sarah M. Raulerson D. E. Griner, R. H. Melvin C. C. Tyler, Texle tended this delightful affart thl
Green, Mary L. Lee B.Mott. brW
Dyal Nathaniel Rivers Geo. W. Willis Albert Crews Stafford L. Kelly, Gertrude Sapp, Ethan A. Myers, Thomas. Evelyn being about four tables
Fogg. Millie J. Roberts, Roy Willis, Mra. Leila C. Crews, G. E. Kerce. J. M. Sterricks. Anna Grover, F. M. O. J. Tyler Mrs. Lucy Scout ;Meeting
Galney Mrs. R. M. Mintz Mra. L. A. DlIf
Roberta, Annie Wynn Leon Crews Fannie Kerce. Mrs. Annie Sterricks. Ida Testone, T T. At the weekly Boy
Frazier Clarence J. *
Grimes Rufus L. A.
Surrency, J. H. Wasdln, Ellen J. Durrance. J. F. Lazenby, Jessie Lee Southerland. E. Mott. Testone Pearl ing held at the Community Y
D. Green, R. H.. Jr. T. S. t C
Frailer Ruth Mann
E.Vudln Bessie Dukes S. E. L Thomas, Viola OctoberA
Strickland Lazenby, W. B. Southerland. W. E. Monday evening! '
Graves, J. A. Mrs. Serlntha T. L. Green Lucille E. Mott Mrs. J. M. Tipton, RuthVarnadoe Cub Scouts W t
Starling, HarveyVUson, Dukes. Moody Oble B. Sapp, Mrs. Marlon Boy Scouts and 'III I:
Griffin, Mrs. Mattie Starling Mrs. K. J. Waadln. Mrs. R. S. Dowling Mrs. Rhoda Moody Nat G. Snowden Mary Green, Lucreta Mann L. V. Florence furnished boxing glove' $ t
Futrell W. M. Fannie Gainey, W. F. Malphura W. D. Williams J. W
Moody Snowden. J. S. which to practice theofanlyp ,
Precinct No. Hampton Gainey, J. B. Howard "
Green Mrs. Sarah Merritt F. M. Stokes. H. B. Waters, T. W. of self defend.
Ad kins, J. E. Burton. W C. Gay O. D. Gibson Mlney Merrill, Virginia F. Sapp, Mabel Gordan, J. B.Gordan Mott Jeanette Ward W.. C. were given Christmas sealS t""h

Adkln Pency Boyd Ernest Griffin P. E. Grimes Nancy Moody, J. Stokes, LolaSheppard. Mrs. J. B. Mott N. C. Ward. Mamie in order to raise money to

Adklns Clarice Bin, Mrs. W. P.Adklns. Guy, Mrs. James T. Grimes C. J. Moody, Ferlna T. H. Green, G. E. Morgan. H. P. Waters R. J. scout equipment.

t J. O. Bedenbough. Olen L. Glover, I. E. Howard. W. L. Moody W. E. Sheppard Mrs. Kate Grimes, Roy Morgan Clarence Ward C. M. Birthday I'aHj

Alderman T. J. Clark, Ada Glover. Pearl Howard.. C, Moody, Joe Shiver, W. A. Grimes, Amos Mann. A. I. Weeks R. A. Esther Crews. daugl'Miss

Alexander Hadsell E, Chasen, James Ira Gay. Emily Howard. Leila Merritt, Ida J. Thomas James J. Gallin H. L. Martin. J. W. Wiggins Lawrence of Mr. and Mrs. M. L- Crelli. s

Andrews, Rome J. Chapman Ruby Geiger, L. Johns C. A.. Jr. Moody, Alton Turner Roan J. Grimes Annie Green Morrow Mrs. J. M. Ward J. M. honored on her fourteenth bIt.,

Andrew Jewell H. Chapman Deney Geiger, Everett E. Johns M. L. Moody, Leona Thomas, Mrs. Mary Green, Theora Melvin Hattie Ward Mrs. J. M. day Tuesday night. OCtoherll'a '

Alderman Mrs. Clara Chastain, T. C. Griffia. Rosa Johns H. L. Moody, Ida Turner Mary E. GUI Annie Mae Mott Mary I. Ward G. T. given her by her Quit

Aycox, Leroy Chaslaln. Mrs. Jessie Hall, W. H. Johnson G. S. Moody, Weidna Turner, Phyla Green Mrs. A. L., Jr.Morgan Barbara A. Waters Mra. R. J. The party guests played gamesOn < tt!,

Brannen J. J, F. Chesser, Donnie Hall B. E. Johns A. P. Moody, Fronle Tetstone, A. C. Green, Mra. Inez Mott, Bonle Ward. R. J. the spacious lawn and ?

Bugg, W. L. Dyal U. D. Hall A. C. Johns. Mrs. H. L. Moody, Marlon Thomas. Mrs. W. J. Galney. Mozelle Martin, Mrs. Thelma Wiggins, Leona later went inside where theY <
Banks J. H. Ulck Mrs. Mary Hall. Debbie Johns S.M. Merrill. Nan Thomas O. S. Gay O. A. Martin W. L. Week Larkin D. served delicious retrestunenll

Boyum Floyd Dennison C. M. Hall R. N. Johns. W. J. Moody, Chester Thomas ,Mrs. I. E. Green Nellie Markey, Mrs. T. W. Ward, W. J- of Ice' cream and cake ,

), Brannen. Mae Dennison, Avery C. Hall Lynn Johns. W. N. Moody, Albert Thomas Mrs O. S. Gay Mrs. G. A. Morgan Mra. Annie Ward, JerryaGreell .istlng The honoree received' znI r

Brown, Thos. Franklin')yal. Mra. Thomas Hall Angus Johns Minnie Mlzell. G. G. Thomas Mm. J. J.Tomllnson Rufus Laurie Williams Mrs. Zenas gifts from the r seta

Brown. R. L. Dyal R. F. Hall. Eliza Johns, J. L. Moody S. W. Mrs. Larle Green Rachel Mann. Mrs. A. I. Wilson Lloyd lovely numbered about sixteen!

Bugg Mary Dyal Mary E. Hall. Lillian LaureeBedenbough Johns, Miriam Moody, Nettle K. Gill, Matthew Mott Mrs. Cordelia White:W.-H. Jack Prince has! 5CC0position pted

J. W Durling C. A. Hartline Ella Johns. Rebecca Mobley Louis Wiggins. M. F. Hazen, O. W. Mason Edward R. Whllden. Leon N... Jr. at Camp Bla '/ To'-
Bayhum. Floyd Durham, D. O. Hall Jessie M. Mickens. S. M. Wiggins Mana L. Hodge. W. R. Martin, Mrs. J. W. Whllden. Alice Weeka Had ,
Durham Pearl Hall Sallie M. Johns Mrs M. L Hazen E. M. Herbert llle of ,
Brown. C. J. Mabry. Ida Watson, J. B. Lovle Wilson Harry and Bobby ) pads;
Brown, Beans Dennison, Cora Lee Hicks. W, B. Johnson Mrs. Ethel Moody Mrs. Ella MaeWataon. Mrs. Clara Harrell W. H. Malphurs, Jane Ward. James B. end Townsend Jr. 0

Brannen R. A. Dees, Pearl Hicks Woodrow Kelly, B. J. McCullough. J. M. Mae Hazen, B. F. Morgan H. P. Ward Raymond and J E. visiting tbeE.tsarchula ,
r Brown. W. N. Durham Cleveland Horne, J. W. Hazen Amerlcus McGauley, G. E. were Boil'S. TO'
Ward Lollie ohEer
v' Brown Mrs W. N. 'Kastln.: Eula Hick. Doris Precinct No. 8.-BrookerAndreu. Hodge, John McNeal J. H. Williams Ella Mae parents Mr.Monday.and 0 2i 1

e Boyd. J. J. Ford. R. D. Han Freeman E. B. Baxter. J. P. Baxter, Lucille Hazen Minnie McNerney, Geo. Williams. Zenaa send Sr.. Malone> waS vet
E. c'
i Byarly. Mildred Ford Do..yForsyth. hicks Clarence Andrea Ethel Baxter W. G. roan E. Hodge Winnie McCauley Mra. G. E.Ward. Mrs. Maggie Mrs. W. relatives W takelast
Brown Llnnle Joe Hall. Sallie Will Andrews lone Brown. W. L. Brown. Leroy Hazen, Mrs. M. E. Newton. Ralph Ward Richard friends and

Brown, L D. Forsyth. Maggie Harper AnnlceBedenbough. Atkinson C. L. Barry L. W. Brown A. C. Hazen 1... O. Nettles, Chalmers White, J. D. Friday. "d young ??: (GOMr ,
; w L. 1... Forsyth VascoFrederick. Harper C. E. Andreu. C. R. Barry Mattie L Brown Leona Hazen. M. F. Osteen R. T. Ward P E. Cope called to JIC *,

r Boyd. Cary (Mrs.) G. C. Hicks. Olin V. Allen R. G. Baxter, G. W Brown L. A.. Jr. Hodge MEO O teen. Mrs. A. M. C. F. have been the IlIntN 0!
t Blrt. Marvin Frederick. Mrs. G., C. Hall C. W. Allen Mrs. R. G. Brown. Reta Baird Mrs. Sore hieBaxley. Harrell. O Berry, Russell ward" M. Olllei because of **
t I Bedenbough Ruth Greene H. C. Home PecrlHlnson. Atkinson Minnie Blcs. Leila Mae A. C. mother. A.I arde8

'I N; 4 ''Bedenbough Mrs. Ef-Gillls. Thomas Bert Brown L. A. Blosa. Frank Baxley, Mrs. A. C. qualtfiwi 1 t..b..:,,eertlfy.I for that the the foregoing 1n i a full and complete list of Mr. and Mrs. .1 BUr::

r fie Griffin Hester Hall Eliza Ruth Barry O. W. Brown. Lacy Barlow, John Henry a., shown by the Registratinn( several voting preeln..ta of Bradford Count, accepted positions po 1
E13 ;, i, Brown. Laura Belle .Griffin. .W II. Hlnson. Margaret Brown Mrs. M. L Barfield G. L. Baxter Beulah Lewis books now On file In my ortlc. Ing and are anal sfPtIei tJ,

Bonn. Louise Guy Rev. Jas. T. Hlnson. Woodrow Brown H. C. Barfield. Mrs. G. L. Colson, G. B. N. D. WAINWRIOHT witn Mrs. Ha departsand
Sup.rirl.or of Mrs. RoyPAGE
Registration, Bradford County Florida.


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Done For Us In The Past, And Have Great Have Done A Better Job For. Us And Have w.
'Faith In What You Will Do In The Future. Brought Us Infinitely Further Along The
We Admit That You Are Human-You Road To Recovery Than Any Other Living n
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Never Questioned Your Motives: And Have Pa'csident-WE'HE STICKING TO YOU!



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fl TitS BRADrOKD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: STARKE.. FLORIDA_ _ _ _ _ FftIhy. ()("I''ft..
j (' 0 V: II 'I'. J(.ICTII O.V.. tohme. Dead 11.111
have stooped to unearthing the trite, old, COL. J. E. FUTCII IN JIOKItl.(IHfllT('lilt I.IF. lilt 'IJ".IIUI M. ('. '$wlleme". Dead .r n. f> I II'
The Bradford County Telegraph COI."I'1'1': 01" I'IoIiii.) \. Ida T. * been DIES IN DELANO i Van ,\111" , moth eaten racial issue that has drag- i iint>tiio: Mary Ancle removedMary 11 tI", ,. N .\ .
". ---- -. .. feeble effort to (Continued from Page One) Hurt V. Klnnr.Comuuilnnnl.. Wynn, rumojrad... I, \ \ \ ". "'.',
in .
the heels .Prrrlnrt -THere
.l. .,:"tabU"hed 1877AAEAVBER. ged out by a a d ,,, 'k'. ",."
Bydney H. Dodd. Dead ,
4 turn in election within the Florida State Bar Association. .va. Tom Wallace rHU I :Ii, (... .. j
votes every memory. I Her t ha T. KliiK.Ii removed .. .
Z-' I Prcvliu* % /
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Frankly we're. sick of the -childish small- O. I', / ,..
Funeral services-! for Mr. Futch Tt appcurlnw t Iy affidavit .appended llryan removedMmd r.i l"ti., ,' d'
4)111 filed In th. 'li.! P. Hryan. removed ."'."II," l'OftI, '" ......
\ and 10 I' ., ,,,
time Stith ,
,! little-minded effort.In were held from ahove-xtatcd inline that Bertha T. 8. I*. Carter, removed 'l"di d. ""'..
Griffith Funeral Home in DeLand King, the defendant, I therein named.j Mm. H Ij. Carter, removed Oar"; "." ,," "odd""" '11
L ... the election of 1936 we distinctly 10 o'clock In ... ,iiun-iexldviit ot the State I J. 'v. Ociodge removedHenl' l"im't II I. "iliret '."' 0'>4
: :J Sunday morning at .j j of Florida and a resident of aStiLt ) Uiunon Dead \ii...'" X.." ,., 1.'n.0,' >4
remember that Mrs. Roosevelt was subjectedto with Dr. Harry Garwood Baptist Unknown to the Plaintiff andI M J. Bapp removed will I.,. r "unt", IIh'.o< I IlIoa.1

.,. .t .. Published Ueekly on Frida)', un l Entered <
. Mid ClaMi l\lltUM" at the rout Office at Starke. FU.E. address University officiating assisted by 1 non-rentde.nt defendant !>& and she John 12. N. Anderson, removed all(Iu\'k i ha\.'A .I.. t.,,. .ret05 Jlti. IO'
made an at some negro collegeor to the n"ol'C.. Andrew removed '.
t.. L Dr. Lyman. a retired Baptist I.. hereby required. to appear t"om tile 'ron..lltl .1
I filed III Maid cause Andrew removedP. "lIld ,
I... Mat 'Hiew .;..________ _._ Editor and OwnerSUB8CKIITION other, and perhaps shook hands with a minister. Interment was In ton bill or of before complaint Monday the 2nd., day A. CroBby,, Dead 1'Ook L "

..i ;: II r : few negro educators. Now our "loyal" Anti- Crosby Cemetery here at Starke I of December A.or I>.nald 1940 bill otherWise will be Lee W. K.DouBlan.Fowler removed Dead I ChairmAn eI',,.. n........ or L.CO.ntml".ln" ro
i RATIO 1 the alienation AlteMtcer.
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. said de.I F;. A. Ualney, removedT.
confessed by .
Yearly '.50); Sht lon.h.*. 75o-Payable In Advance.Raten Third Democrats turn their Lilliputian artil- with a short service conducted by i taken M. Hodg-e, removed t' J. 'rHO. IA .
4 *4 Nominee Wallace I It la further ordered that thinorder Rachel Moody Hodge, removed Bftnid ,.e' '
Vice-Presidential SinnersUi"Fit'Ii.
S : ; Ad'erU"uIJr[ on Application lery on the Rev. A. E. Llghtfoot Pastor,l be published once a week'I, I* U. Johnson, removed ( "OUIII M(
S. because he spoke on Labor Day before the of the First Baptist Church of for Pour ronxecutlve week In the "EAI.n._,.
: .ir 5.. ;f Starke. Funeral arrangements Bradford County Teleirraph., a fleW1paper -
r Anti-Third Termers Hash Up Afro-America Exposition in Chicago and on published In said County and
of the De-
here were In charge State t CLASSIFIED

; t5 A Fine Mess Of Tripe November 11 at Tuskegee Institute. Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. Thin October 2Hrd. 1940. ADS--
: Futch I' (DFFiriAI., KUAU) A. J. Thomas. ,
Another unsavory attack on President The stirring up of racial prejudice is While living here Mr. Clerk Circuit Court. -
was a dedicated worker and a Hy J. It. Kelly Deputy Clerk.lerald FOR SALE-Block 21 East of -

4 1 Roosevelt has come from the Anti-Third the lowest form of the many low ruses resorted deacon of the Starke Baptist (HOT Law It Kxc-hnnite Hart Rulldlnir, railway town of Lawtey. (Ten- HELP curb!: WArTFo: Waj;
r 44 Term Democrats of Florida who have been to in politics. However since it is a Church. Jacksonville, Fla, Solicitor for room dwelling two businesslots arlll Apply tt R

: reduced to inserting' paid advertisements in venerable old sta'ndby, it was inevitable thatit The deceased Is survived by his Complainant" _10-25\ 4t 1118NO six vacant residence lot) Lake or FrIday Mr. LIttle K

wife Mrs Madge Futch. Theyhad on corner of East State Street or SitU1'd1FOR
: .i the daily press vilifying the nominee of the should be thrust into this campaign. Our no children. NOTICE IH hereby IKK given that at and Kingsley Avenue.-J. L. RENT 1'h1'l.

: party to which they allegedly owe allegi only regret is that this miserable attemptat .. Among the out-of-town persona I a r-ommlMBlonerB"meeting, of the In ar.d Hoard for of Bradford County Harrell Lawtey, Fla. 10-18 St rooms men only.'

) rabble rousing from that attending the services at Crosby County, Florid: held on Wedn*..- Station Lawtey Ap P:
J sources
.1 : : ance. Cemetery here Sunday afternoon L day October Dth) A. I). 11140. the FOR SALE-Two house tears, 1'ILCOLOLHOT
So these deserters' for still claim to be within the Democratic i following named permm* wereinidored THE
: : desperate are were Mr. and :Mrs. S. H. Butch, I Btrlfken from the reglatratlon sleeping: accommodations for

lack of convincing arguments that they Party I of Lakeland;, Mr1 and Mrs. T. N. book of said County for the three in each. Ready toe Immediate White pllngs "rrel1
net .cippoBlte, eiifh name! I
__ .' S!$ ... Llmbaugh Homer Limbaugh, Mist I 'VUMOIIH Pm-lm-t Ni.. I-In...leyMnudy use. Pat's Service Station ovemov of offlcerl ant
Ethel Horn. Cecil Bailey, .and Mrs., Awrifnid. Dead 1330 N. Marlon St.. Lake wives readable

Gets Its Share City To Lay J S. Butch of Jacksonville; Mrsr (Henry I'haries, "J.'. Biirney Kaiifer. removed Dend < City. 10-11 3tp tionx Good moan acton. I.

Lawtey j Water Lines C. R. Ensey of Cocoa; MUs Sophia Kfifer. lemoved rooms. The Colonial i
removed FOR SALE-Three lots In Ternpie's
K MrHlftht banks
Brownlee of St. Louis Mo.; Bill i of the
Walter Whit felt. removed addition Road 48. Fine "
Of Blai nding BoomMrs Several white residents of the Fielding of St. Petersburg; Mrs. PrrHnrt %... :J-\<>rlh Mtnrke overlooking one of the
Camp :I,
building site. Bargain for
John Hill ley. removedJameM quick mineral
A. L. Lewis of Fort Castle N. C.
; springs
northeast section of Starke presented C. Booker, lemoved sale.-C. A. Futch. |In !be
Mrs. B. P. Smith, Mrs Margaret t Itp 10-18 4t
Julia K Bentmn. removedharry
.: By Kill Hummer O. J. Phillips. here this week. a petition to the City J. Ueimon. removed -

Lawtey Id definitely coming In, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore of Council at Its meeting TuesdayOct. Redding and Mrs. Mary Williams I Kail' .
Atlanta Ga., moved here this of Daytona: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. William He Sue Dead Broadway 60x100 ft. $250 each.R. PLA j
; i : for Us hare of the Blandlngboom. ., 13 requesting that a pipe line Scarlett. Judge J. A. Peacock. W. K; DauKherty, removedIda H. no grown M188IolI&J! ,
DtmlneHS property Is being week. Mr. Moore Is employedat ; M. Dauirherty., removedHam English Box 1S2. Itp proved
be laid and water service be E. W. Nachen. and J. N. Stith of / I 13. Franklin, Dead Klondjkenellle Lad,
i Improved new homes are beingbuilt Camp Dlanding ('. Fender DeadMyrtke FOR SALE: 32-inch band and Bldkem'oi
DeLand: and a number of friends saw, 12
and practically all available :Miss Jean Tally returned to given to the residents of the sec- Fountain. removedLilia thousand $22.50
of the family from Gainesville. $60 cash.-B. F. Oaten Flora. per
rooms have been rented. her home in Tallahassee after tion. The Council agreed to install A.(Fender Fisher, removedW. r.ov..dMartha Ii home. Fla. ltp Plants f. o. b. AXSA SI

Carradlne's Drug Store has' !spending a delightful week here a two Inch water pipe to Fisher removed BERRY NURSERY Affl
with tier aunt Mrs. W P. God : New Beauty Salon Mallle Green removed KOR SALE 11 9 Inols.
by umbrellatent"
: been remodeled and
__ completely give the citizens of this part of J. N. Hunter Dead IGoJ
_. fluorexcent lighting Installed This win. To Open Soon ...., Andrew J. (LirlffU Dead ; sewed in floors, like new. --
town running water. Those WANTED
petitioning J. W. OllBHon Dead .
Mrs. C. Y. See Bradford Cal'penter
_ _ place la now a definite asset to Mayo has returnedto i It. H. Oelfther removed Hardware Company -
_ _ our town and( county. her home In Tampa after a the Council Included F. F. Next Friday. Starke'a newest Maria K. Hull removed Starke Florida. ltp painting or anythlnft Il 1 n

___________. visit! with her mother Mrs. J. Flume, A. J. Wilkinson, Warren beauty Salon. the'"Lady A A. Hurchlnxon; \ cadJames building/ Oscar Okw. .
The Eva Grant property In the Falr'1 M Herney remov..dMarvin FOR SALE Bradford
H. Moore. Perkins and Glen Wlood.! ; House trailer 17 House
will for business in Starlit,
Hiihbaril removed
poatofflce block) (occupied by the open I I ,
.,.. ntoro of Gen. F. Young) was Bold M* and Mrs. Jim M. Edwards The Aldermen reduced the city building on Call Street Just acrossthe I iMalah Mary. A Hnrdenbrok.Harnawe: Dead removed brakes feet over all 19 feet. Vacunm

_. last week to( Joe D. I'ecle. The of Atlanta Ga., are making their license on cigarette vending mach- railroad from Darby's Store II. II.: Hatfleld, lemovedMr ; 1939 model; spun glass THREE VACANT-'-

building will be remodelled and homo here while Mr. Edwards Is ines from $5 to $2 following a the proprietors Miss Lorraine Fannie J. Hatfield, reomov..d Insulated masonite walls; extra -210 N APARTJt!

_ a general line merchandise stole employed at Camp ttlandlng request for a license reduction bya Hartman and Mrs.' Loryee Hartman I*. 0. Jones, Dead clean; sleeps four; retails for Fla. Phone Smith St, Cunt!

initialled by Mr. and Mm. Feele. Mrs. F, R. Car rail ine attendedthe representative of the Ell Witt announced this week. The Mat-la' Kick Iller. Dead $750 new; will sell for $415. 9193. To ,

The new home of Arthur Pearce Homecomingfestivities in Co., of Gainesville, which has a Lady: Fair's will 'have a grand tleo.Minnie It.' Kite Lowrv.,removed, lemoved. ..See Ebb Thornton night policeman electric each futnlshed ice complwlj

_ on lined 13 Is now almost com : Gainesville last week-end. number of these machines. In opening -that''lay to which I Mm Ivy l.owryremoved/ or write box 21, Starke hot and box Indirtdmi i
Robert Moore has returned to Starke. The Company held that everyone Is cordially invited and I H \M Montfronitfry" removed Florida. lip cold valet pli
pIet !
Hvelyn A. 1IIon t1('''"''ry. removed bath private
his home In North Carolina after the machines were A convenience refreshments will be served during Arthur U 'Moody removedTlwlma entniw-
_ R. J. McDunlels of New York visiting friends and relatives here to customers and retailed the the day. 10:. Menduza, removedFlorence TRADE-$564 equity In $917 Nellie Phillips. l 10-
City moved here last week with M !\Id..ndon. removed Ford DeLuxe 1940 for a 1938

... the Intention of either buying or last week., cigarettes at the same price as The Interior of the shop has I Annie McOee, removed Ford Chevrolet or Plymouth. REAL ESTATE: WA
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Plummer I over-the-counter purchases. A William MrPeek removed 'TED-i
building a hunHC In this vicinity 'I been beautifully decorated in a J. K i; Norman Dead See Ebb Thornton night police lake with surrounding It'i
were relatives >
visiting In reduction
Jacksonville of the $25 licenseon
There Is an acute shortage of city rose and blue color scheme and I 0 T. Nel"on. Dead man or write box 21, Starke Please! mall description
Sunday. "Jook" organs was also requested -lall Myra K. W. O tsborn l removed < I
living apace In and around Law. S. D. of woodwork has a natural finish. J. W Powers removed Florida. Itp and terms to XYZ Bn
Harley New
Is but not granted. These .
Much of the PowerH removed
ter. Everyone who can poHBlbly equipment la in L
now making his home in Lawtey.He coin operated phonographs earn Clifford Perry removed FOR RENT-Seven-room County Telegraph, Stuta 1
make room for Is natural color woods with blacktops house to
one more
: urged Clara Louise E'eek Dead Ida.
2tp 111
: to do so. and report at once. Is employed at Camp Blandlng. far more than enough to pay the and chrome /and blue trim. (' H. Pltser removed, some permanent party. E. E.
Members of the W. M. U. held small $2-per-month cost of the The KllHha Pitt.,. lemoved VVasdln Buddlngton Avenue
Skin Genie RIIIICIMarshall equipment throughout is of ,
Julia C. PreHrott. DeadflLr..uerlte STRAY MULEHM p bm
their' regular meeting license and the future
Thursday holds
C. R. Whitehead per I even the Eugene make. .tbe'mhst fnm-. Prevail removed Waldo. Fla. Itp
afternoon at the home of Mrs. brlErhter Drosoects.. the Council I 1 lav Id U. JtoKH. removed place four or five mooti

_________________ vmaas formed arrest"what might here Sunday be termed when a Robert Campbell. Delicious re- I held.Market. ous. name The in booths beauty df salon' which apparatus. there (K.'. ,\W.r. JtesrlHter Russell Dead removed'. FOR RENT-Two 4-room houses mare mule Owner mil)
S. freHhmenta furnished 1 if desired. by paying keep and alt
served Immediately
were H. H. Russell removed miles
... walked are six. and the: articles of furniture
up on a
negro after services under the direction Uenrgla, Russell removed from Camp Blanding. at Gran- costs.--percy Starling Bi
..akln with 17 AssistantAlbert were hand made Eddie John D.
game" participants. by Russell removed
________ of Mrs. J. P. Wyrlck. Frank Hoblnoon. din Fla.-.B. F. Oster Flora- Box 53 Starke Fla It:
______________ All players were arrested and Hartman. removed
.. : Yates of Tallahassee,,, There are two Mm. Frank Itoblnuon removed home Fla. Itp
Mayor A. II. Harley promptly fol- permanent rooms, Uobert M. park lIIali. removed -
I wed young employe of the State Marketing two hair setting T.V.. Shuler, Dead GRANADA APARTMENTS
suit by slapping a handy ; rooms a facial I
.. Draftees Bureau. has been sent here Flank H. "' '''lth. removed & APARTMENTSWithOr East Street Gun
_______ (little tine on the Sunday skin. Assigned room. a hair drying* room and a Inola Shuler, removed Orange
'eera. to assist Manager J. L. Gentry, large waiting room which will also Mrn Dinner Sllcox Dead I without board. reasonable. Florida Close in. good I

_______ ,4 u Serial Numbers \ In arrangements between the contain the business desk. The Myra tee !StrU' 'kliuul. removed Also one 5-room apartment. tlon. .i
Jubilee !Sen> lees Clayton' (I. /' trIckland, removed Good
Tho closing' Golden Jubilee Bradford County State Farmers!! salon Is equipped with fluorescent Wilbur A. Scott: rejnoved schools churches. 20 ml. Second floor apartmenl-

______ service The Bradford. County draft Market 'and supply officers a t, lighting an attractive I.enler Shaw'! removed' south of Starke o n Road 31. room, screened sun pond!'
was held at the Method neon I.ettle "
removed Hotel
S. 'S Church Sunday morning. Aunt board has been busy this week Camp Blandlng. Mr. Yates Is I sign: and the large window Is curtained ''I .''ILII"' '' "1. Thomas Dead Hawthorne, Hawthorne bedrooms. dinette kit!
... aligning serial numbers to the the grandson of Dr. and Mrs. A. with W H. Woodle. removed Fla. 10-25 buth. garage Comptlttdecorated.
_ Mary Bennett wns presented with an Venetian I K:. .IVehle,
__________ 1.292 registrants and as soon aa H. Freeman 0 t Ocala formerresidents lemoverl I
a bouquet of flowers, as blind. The salon I Is' air condi, l 13.: J. YarbroiiKh, removed", FURNISHED
reprcnimtinjc the Hats can be prepared they of Starke. He has a tioned. I \Ma V. Yarbrouirh., lemoved LAKE COTTAGES Other smaller apartmenti

_ those who had reached will be posted in various public room at the home of Mr. and The I lrepltii.t. 'i,,. :a.lull! !Storks on Santa Fe Lake. Electric bedroom, living room U!
their Golden Jubilee Sherwently proprietors stated it would l.elln J D. Andrewn." removed lights
; _ celebrated year. places BO that each man may, Mrs. W M. Edwards. be a complete beauty shop forwomen. Jasper Blown. Dead, running water. Inquire ette bath. Furnkhed
her 77th birthday F. H.
learn his number. I Herl A removed Lewis Santa Fe floor intuiT
Beach Also
Miss Hartman Is Nora
anniversary. Mrs. a lilac, removed Earlton
: Blgga and The national drawing will be If I.I.. IIiiKlxhaw, Florida five I miles new. modern
Mrs. Tollny are older Leaves For MarketMis. graduate of a Chicago Beauty College removed apartment
members started In Washington next Tues It.jl.Hit I'. Cone removed east of Waldo. 4t to 11-10 desirable.ARLINGTON 10-1:
but they were not able to be at with over a'' year of experience Marion< Constantine '
day. After1 this the local board removed ::
_ the service. I N. Sternberg left Wednesday in a large, Chicago beauty John Cappo. Dead.: --
.. will mall questionnaires and notification night for New York City shop and Mrs. Hartman Arthur M. Darliy Dead. I I'
The Is at Mary J.
S meetings were well at.tend..d. to men whose numbers I Dover. Dead
where she will visit the fashion ,.
l:: telle ,
present attending DIIMM.
beauty removed
The Rev. L. VV. college. HOTELCorner
Enfield have been drawn. The answers markets for the. purpose 'of buying Two l". J. DavlM, removedr,1 I
.f experienced
the Luwtey Baptist Church will be used by the board in determining winter for operators. one a *.. 1IoYI"b Jr., removed
styles Sternberg'sStore former beauty 11I11....... .
lad the slnlnglng and the course teacher oyl., removed Arlington and Garden SttwliOAINESVIIJLE
: If the registrant shall here. Because of the unusually will be also. J. Me I II. Davis removed
ago wag brought by the Rev.'R. be called for military training.In good business conditions employed A. A. Durden. Dead.
S. Robert Dodd. FLORID
Skelley of Lady Lake.
the list of serial numbers prevalent In Starke now Mrs. }'. t'. Dampler, removed
The New
new paint work on the that have been assigned here. ArrivalMr. I.hndit Dampler, removed .
_____ Sternberg expects t 0 purchasesome U M Davis .. ..
__ a parsonage and church was dorlb $1.00 And Up Weekly Rates
Sammie Johnson
(colored Law of the most complete and attractive and Mrs. Leland lyHxeo p. DuvlM. removed
_ by the Rev Herbert Ifazzar'd's tey) la No. 1. and Claude Artford ilu Fountain, removed
Myeri lines merchandise Air
_ __ Sunday School class and the Boy (colored Is No. Brown... Jr., of Sampson City are, Henry C. Flfer. removed Steam Heat
1292. handled by this popular store. announcing the arrival of Mamie (Flfer removed
_I Scouts. Mr. Hazzard Is scout Lloyd li. Wilson (white. Brooker) a son l.enlle Fountain removed Hot
and >
New StationA Leland Artford cold water Miiw
Filling In /
maater of the troop here. has the Brown. III. born Frank "Fountain removed every room Inner Spring
_ unlucky (or lucky) No. Friday. October In Viola FiiBBell.
On 18 St. Vin removed
Sunday morning October 13, 13. These aerial numbers should new cement block and brick cent's Hospital in II. M FuHMell, removed I With or without Bathslrti or without Mcah
Mr. Itizzird baptized the great not be confused with Jacksonville. W. H. Green Dead
the order service station Is being constructed Mrs. H. .
Brown I Oreen
to her *
___________________ T.granddaughter' of Mr. and Mrs J. numbers. which will determine the on Temple Avenue be. wasMiss prior Doshla Smith.marriage Hose 1100dlll"". Dead r Two Blocks From Business District And 1'I( -toffi*
_ Moore Ada Lee Harold
Sparks order In which the will removed
men be tween the home of R. J. Davis .Klbvrt:
_ Mrs. J. H. Moore Is recovering called.In MrB. Hover) removed T.
and the Kozy Korner Restaurant Carolyn Dray removed J. Cone, Proprietor
from a recent illncni.Wra the Evergreen Baptist IjHon (tray removed
registration which took by Sam Tonge of High Springs.

__________ ., Fate Ked i nf Macon. Ga, place here Wednesday of last Work began Tuesday and workon I The Rev. H. M. Tillman; announces /D. U 1111.1.1111..I... I Hamilck r..m..v..1'IIIrllh Dend _
lit vIMtlnjf' her parent Mr. and! week Eddie Hartman I A. *''al.>rrthuermoved I
1 young cabinet the walls has already' begun. the following services for J. II. HolmeH, removed

maker wait fiist to register as well as the laying of the con the Evergreen Baptist Church; Mlnd.l, I llodneDead .

Iloca II '". crete driveways. A. F. Ritch of The fourth Saturday and Sundayat 1 henry Mrrnc"f Theinn<'k .Hall 1<. removed Jr. removed I SHEET IRON HEATER!

Tallahassee Is In charge of the 11 a.m.. Saturday and Sunday Johm. Dead '

_ Amendments Discussed work and said he expected the night services at 7:30: p. m. il.. C.?. Klnlaw J.ohn". ,Dead I Dead. I --. ci 50
station would be completed In Second ,
Saturday and Sunday Dorothy Klnlll'". removed '
The six proposed amendments two or three weeks. night services only. 7:30: p. m. .1.L. II J.. .Kln''"4v, removed' Galvanized Garbage Cans
to the State i/ Kerte lemoved To
Constitution to be \ Kerce, removed j
voted on in the General Election. J. S. Lynn removed I

Nov. 5. were discussed pro and The Little Men Who Were Not There August*" ani-lH .I.?Lynn. \Matiat.removed' r ike. 9 5-8 Gal. 1.35 $3.00

I con at the Rotary Club Wednes Flee City Jail Sunday Morninga Aunlre; Matiat. removedneuwr removed ,,i ,,,*

day. Clerk of the Court A. J. I\I..F',08hl..n' O..a.1 .
lIIeWaln' Deatt .IJf 15 Gal. 2.20 2-Bunifl
I Thomas who had charge of the'I The In the .1. II. NeWBom. Dad I : '
I city jail municipal cot awaiting him. In the east Samuel Nlchol. Ii', lOW 801OIL >
led the discussion. Dead I
program building rapidly becoming Inadequate wall abut five( feet up. was a I I Martlll! oliver| .. : H'' 26 Gal. 2.75

flaaa............-...-...--........ to comfortably accommodate ragged hole In the wall opening :fc. ;Myrtle.1'. ).'ae.Oliver.. Dead. l removed I' ; '
the growing number of Into the Farm Security Administration { J. )'..arce. removed ; ST01ES'Quality \

RUMFORD RIDDLES guests seeking lodging there (especially offices. The three white J"-ItOMa M H. t 11 1M. removed. 31 Gal. 3.00

on Saturday nights) suffered men had broken the hole In the AthV n"KI"t..r.Pitt. removed rrmove4. $4.95
> Its first Jail break Sunday wall and climbed through It into : Itegist.r' removed. .
Why does Lotti
Loring ..
Kloil( tob'r ". r&mnv'l
morning. Oct., 13. the F. S. A.
offices. from
where '
.- .. lock the nL/ ftrgter removed .
L4 ."rosit p.lry'. goa.Mr. -.,.. 1 At the time (the morning after It was a simple matter to open P? 5. Hi"bt.rt"-. Hob..rl."' v.d ELECTRIC BULBS '

.." the night before as stated above) an unbarred window and make f.nlm removed
.. cA.,.. -7 d_, a Storey removed
I ISa there were four prisoners In the' quick get-away. 'tit Jnhn I... --o- 15
,. La/at Oil "You V* William, TL.hIKP"n. to 100 Watt
naup/i to ,-, calaboose three white men and cost the city several dollarsto l"Oreet F.>-m--D"e<.
one negro all locked In cells Saturday .. repair the damage 'and d
r. ,'* got OKAU worst Dead
cupboard'I night on charges of drunk- of all such action pf'JSS' .
.} Policy may easily be I All Sizes 1 C

That covers lou eness. Came the Sabbath morn- repeated unless the prisoners are .. Best IjC /

rOflyo.a._ ._ _!f'. I and Chief A. L Alvarez went kept locked In the small cells. Hugh Rh.da Walter Zelgier' removed.

down opened the cell doors and Chief says he know who the prisoners Delia Pr......... "" .. removed.-cor..'.. Quality Each
permitted the men to stretch their are but he ain't tellln Kilthl.Kight removed 4
legs In the "bull which Is ron' removed I
pen. "They're still hiding. he stated. ( $lllkth. Deal ...
the larger section of the Jail. Mayor N1. D. Walnwrlght., Jr.. a.Miller p. Morgn\ removed Service"BRADFORD

'IICAUSI.....i.. k..rl'....,_.....'. IUMKMO After leaving a bite of breakfast says you'd better think twice before U n. VVaBdln.Thomas, r..m'v.d Dfta"

...,.. ,......-*** "".......... .....,...... with them the Chief wandered going A. W. O. L. from the T Preriui.4. 'Ii.. 3-11..........
I.......1........._ _......s SI..... .._ away to attend to other duties. city Jail. "That's a circuit court i'v.lyn i: Cornelltson CO.
L11 lea- IN".. ...... _* ... pace ,... ( :r"ne..IIWon. remov..d HARDWARE\
F.. he returned Spencer
When hour ,
Add_. ......... ....... ,....... ... 5. .._ an or so offense. says he. "and carries up I't.l1.: ()..nnl.on'o dmov.d
...... ....... '&..... rater the jail was empty save forth to a five year sentence In the Mrms. p. "" I

.................................... [ "darkle" who was sitting on .state's fine jail at Raiford." J.P: \t;". V JOflepDead i.VLi,001> *"*''lOved removed I j I I -Phone 8I'C.E Iarkf.