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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
ECB Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
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Weekly[ FORMER <1925-1965>]
v.60 no.41 May 4, 1945


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MOTIELONESand~ plentiful and the decorations ed. This plan conforms t~o the one Line of Lamont, left Saturday for N OTIE*
TEMNIEL NESwere beautiful. announced by R.ussia which intends Camp Scriven.
Th ucsflaffair was a tremen- to make the Germ~ans retr altey, Alay 2Snd 19T FOR
PUBLISHED____EVERY__FRIDAY_ dous unetakling for any on~e busi- 4ia-Ve destroyed, regardJles~ of the Memorial Day was observed with Notice Is hereby given that purisuant of~~~~~~~~t Secio 9h~'i ot Roheland 18296try Laay ofd 95 93,:
MONTICELLO ADVRISER ii and all Monticello can~ be p~roud4 length of time reqired. Ceemonies hRsln Ceetry tor~ia,~ A9of 19apte 1829 Las te
MONTICE4LO'CON$TITUTION fleets credit on th commnituli -ly adotd n put 'it ocwl and Rev. Geo. M. Tolson took part in be offered for sale at public outcry for
be to mak sae laborr of Inlons the ceremonies The Home Guards the highiest and bes cash, bid, subject
Eitabli ed 187 aslut to the right of the Trustees of the InMOTChagdtoPTER O GRAV of Germns. Frtirenit has att.ended inT a 1 bod and fire nal mprvemenFn orjc
MO TC L O NEWS-190 UT R S M R IN enartcie i o e urer.B ti onroCtedeat IdConLdraeath nd albis t h outose ,
beginin at 11:00 -o'clock A. M., on
itshuldbere embre tht er sodirs the 4th ,\ay~ fjune A.. J945. OijtA~sd ofVD N ,mu niipltles easemen for
to~ belk o the Gemn afte the payfor itscrimes~ of7X detuto rx- OU be~ h re Ue fro any pre thrug
Entered at Montcello-Pos Ofi e ari gve in n~ew fro Allied~ ceptset and thtcraws in charg fte e Crs ~ an perlu andh the fouhstao te asMai matte o th.Scn Cls eaqatesi laian rmihi e xcedt helmt
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Springdale ....... 7 2N 5E 13% Gertrude F. Murrell ...... 2.87 Wihicks Add MonLots 139, 140 Spring- ticello ............ Janie Davis ............... 1.80
Notice is hereby given that the following described lands wiTl be sold, at dale .............. 7 2N 5E 51/ A. M. Sohoeneman ........ 2.17 Pt Lots 1 & 2 Blk
public auction on the 1st. day of June, 1945, at Monticello, the County of E/, of NEI/ of NE'4 8 2N 5E 20 Geo. & Elizabeth ISiplin ... .89 24 DB LL ,411 WirJefferson, State of Florida, to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite S' of SE ...... 8 2N 5E 80 Est. J. L. Reichert ......... 10.60 icks Add Miontil
to the same, together with all costs of such sale and advertising. 5 A In SW'! of SW',, cello .............. Emma Turnel .80
DESCRIPTION IS T R Acres OWNER Taxes & Cost SE'! of SW'/! Ex Lots 1 & 4 Blk 29
In NW Cor of SE of 2 A DB BB 421.... 8 2N 5E 43 Thomas Neal ............... 6.69 Wiricks Add MonNE1, DB BBB 462 15 IN 3E Charlotte McClendon ........ 1.12 W Pt of SW% of ticello ............ Frank Carroll ............. 4.29
In SE' of SE A W of SW / ............. 9 2N 5E' 24 Est. J. L. Reichert ........ 3.57 Lots 2 & 3 Blk 31
Cookseys ......... 16 IN 3E L. J. Moore ................. 4.34 Lots 49 & 64 Dreb- Wiricks Add MonSE' of SW ,...... 25 1N 3E 40 I. B. Granger ............. 3.3 lows Sub ....12 2N 5E 10 Katherine Englia ......... 1.96 ticello',. ... L. T. Bishop .............. 7.53
SW, of SW /, W of Lot 93 Dreblows Sub 13 2N 5E 5 Sidney G. Williams ........ 1.15 Lot 100xl00 Ft DB
SE'! of SW / W of In SW', on Lots 15, AAA 250 Wiricks
Rd .............. 34 IN 3E 4'7 I. B. Granger ............. 4.74 16, 17 DB JJ 154 18 2N 5E 13% Estelle Blakeslee .......... 3.57 Add Monticello ... Hannah Shuler ............ 5.27
NE4 of NW ..... 36 IN 3E 40 I. B. Granger ............... 3.43 Lot 18 Springdale.. 18 2N 5E 5 Agnes Ferguson ....... .... 1.87 Lot 7 DB SS 265 HamE' of SE'! of NW'. 36 1N 3E 20 Mrs. Delia Oder .......... 1.77 Lots 47, 48, 49, 55, 70, ricks Subdivision.. T. G. Bishop .............. 6.39
SW' of NW'! W of 71 72 Springdale 18 2N SE 27% A. J. Schmidt Tr ........ 7.79 N Pt Lot 9 DB YY
IRd ............ 36 1N 2E 30 Walter Graham ............. 2.54 Lot 50 Springdale .. 18 SN 5E A 5 Mary E. Johnson ......... 1.87 357 J D Palmer
NW% of NW E/ of Lots 84, 85 Spring- Add Monticello .. Woodrow Cone.............. 3.21
NW'! W of Rd ... 3 1S, 3E 48 I. B. Granger .............. 4.92 dale .............. 18 2N 5E 10 Herman Felcamo ......3... 3.57 Pt Lot 2 DB AAA 42
NI of NE4, N' of 197 ft in S Pt Lot A Palmer & Lyons
SE4 of NE'!4 ... 4 1S 3E 100 W. B. Bishop ........... 10.29 W of Rd DB SS Add Monticello ... Lillan A Bishop ns.......... 2.47
N'! of SE' of NW' 4 1S 3E 20 Palmer Thompson ......... 2.36 561 Springdale ... 19 2N 5E 4 Mariam E. Washburn ...... .. 1.90 AddWMLot DB Y 64Bishop ........ 2.47
Lot 7 Jeff Co Pecan SE' of SW of Palmer & Lyons
Co ................ 12 1S 3E 5 Ben Hill. .................. 1.22 NW1/4 ............. 23 2N 5E 10 Jas. & Dora Lamar ........ 2.17 Add Mont icello ... M. L. Glass ................. 3.21
Lots 1 & 2 Jeff Co NE'/ of -SW'! of Pd oticello
Pecan Co ......... 13 IS 3E 12, F., H. Hecox................ 2.18 *NW' ........... 23 2N 5E 10 Anthony Minton ............ 2.17 Pt Lo 4 II DB No 1
SW of 'SW' ...... 21 1S 3E 40 Hrs. T. J. Moore ......... 2.84 NW of NE' ... 24 2N, 5E 40 W. M. Scruggs .............. 6.22 Page 154 H. Porters
SW'!, SW'!V of SE/, W% of NE'! of Add Monticello ... E.H. Flipper ................ 1.75
N 13'! A of NW'! NW1/ ............ 29 2N 5E 30% Federal Land Bank .. 4.97 Lot 11 H. Porters Add
of SE .......... 28 IS 3E 213% Mts. W. W. Baker ..ticello .......1298 In Pt o 9 2 -Unknown .................. 1.35
In SE Cor of SW', of NE'% DB VV 616. 30 2N 5E 13 D. A. Finlayson ..... ..... .4.97 Lots 14, 25 TDB D 29
SW' DB 1 Page 131 31 IS 3E 1 Grace Belvin .. ......... 98 In Lot 149 DB XX Carrolls Subdivision C. T. Carroll .............. 2.17
SE'/ of NE1' ...... 33 1S 3E 40 PuckAtt Realty Co......... 2.35 50 & YY 173 ... N E 21 Addle G. Arnold........... 24 Lot 18 DB ZZ 503 Nathan ethers
SW'!, of NW% NW4 NE'4 of SE'4 .... 31 SN 5E 40 C. 0. AReihert ............4.24 Carrolls SubdivIsion Nathan Gethers ......... 1.45
of SW' ......... 34 1S 4E 80 Puckett Realty Co......... .4.57 Flactional SW/4 of Lots 6, 7. 8 DBWW
Lot 44 River Add ... 36 1S 3E J. M. Bramlett Jr ........ 1.64 NE 4 ............ 24 3N 5E 16 Unknown .........,...... 2.42 183 Coles Add
All E of RR Ex 107% E% of SE'% ......... 26 SN. 5E 80 Rosebud Brown ........... 9.05 Monticello ........ Robina. H, Carroll ......... 3.17
A as recorded in In SE Cor of SE'! of W Lot 3 WBD 303
Deed Book BBB NE4 DB T503 .. 28 3N 5E 5 Hrs. R. M. Gilbert ......... 1.11 Presbyterian Idlnds Mosley Henry ............... 7.2
Page 426 ............ 5 2S 3E 16712 Glenn Realty Co ........... 7.30 S of SE' N of E' Lot 3 WED 303
Wyj of SW', Ex 1 A 29 28 3E 119 C. L Morrison ............ 12.38 Mill PondlDB U 3410 3 N 5E 70 Hrs Amanda Ward ,....... 7.31 Presbyterian Lands Mosley Henry ............. 7.82 '
In E2 of SE' ..... 30 2S 3E 71 C. L. Morrison ............. 5.22 E, of NW,, W% Lot 24 Academy Hts
In E Pt of E11 of at NE'... f .36 SN SE 160 Julia Sheffield............ 17.94 Add Monticello ... T. T. Turnibull ............. 1.45
In EPt f E ofof 'NE% ......... 36 3N 5E 160 Julia Sheffield .'.bLts26 7,2 cd
NE . ............ 31 2S SE 46h C. L. Morrison ...... ...... 4.92 In NW of SW Lots 26, 27, 28 AcadIn W'1 of NW ... 32 2S 3E 501 C. L. Morrison ......... 3.43 DB AAA 412 ...... 1 IS 5E 3 Amon Bellamy ............. .,93 erhy Hlts Add MonE of NW S of Rd NW of SW 17 E 40 Georgia Presha 1.61 ticell .......... V. M. Folsom ...............87
Ex,,11 A.....1i E 16 Win, Owens......... ..11 ,NW'/A of .SW'! ... 17 15S5E 40 Geri raa...............61...............
Ex A ...... 1 1N 4E 16 Wm. Owens .............. Lot 17 Ilk B Reams W. Lot 6 DB SS 322
N! of N% of SW', 1 1N 4E 40 Josh Simpkins ............ 1.21 Add. ............ 22 18 5E Cola Whitman .............. .)95 Barwicks Add MonLot 9 So Pecan & Or- NE! of NW% of ticello ........... James Burney ........... 2.47
chid Co ......... 1 IN 4E 5 Unknown ................. 1.45 NW1/, S1 of NW' Pt Lot 8 DB II 142
Lots 10, 11, 12 So N of NW .......... 24 IS 5E 30 C. L. Leggett ............... 1.92 Barwicks Addi MonPecan & Orchid Co 1 1N 4E 15 Lee Horner ..... ........ 5.68 In INW Cor of E% of ticello ...... Wm. D. Parish ............ 2.47
Lot 44 So Pecan & SW DB YY 70.. 3 2, 5E 1 Lewis Furgerson ....:... .86 Lot 45x50 Ft in N!2
Orchid Co ........ 1 IN 4E 5 F. A. Mahan ........... .... 1.45 W'! of SE ........ .. 5 2S 5E g0 Est. Grant Anderson ... 7.50 of.B E' of Lot 11
1 A Sq in NW Cor 4 A in NE Cor of DB UU 144 Barof N' of E of ISE% of NW,, wicks Add Monti,NW' of SW'! DB SW'! of NE, ... 8 2S 5E 44 Est. Grant Anderson *. 4.96 cello ....... ..... Binsa. Green ................ 3.07
Z, 181 ............'. 2 'lN 4E 1 D. Straws ............... 1.55 Dwg, Store In SW' Lot 240x150 ft DB
In Wt of NW', of of SW4 & lot in II 206 ,Barwicks
SE'! DB AAA 354 3 1N 4E 3 Robert Nelson ............ 1.25 (SW% of SW / DB Add Monticello ... Amy Hendon............... 2.47
W3/ of NE / & E2 Amy Hendo ........ .7.4
W~ of SNE ,S of Rd 5 N 4E 80 Jmes E. Taylr .. 5.87 BBB 570 ......... 17 2S 5E 6 Mrs. America Lewis ....... 9.99 Lot 42 DB YY 73
of SE S of d 5 N 4E 80 James Tayler......... 5.7 E of NE S Barwicks Add MonN' of NW! of Ex A DB V 550 19 IN 6E 19% iSandy Green .............. 2.40 ticello ........... Sam Bailey ............... 1.75
2SW4, N of SW'! 10A in NW', of Lot 67 DB PP 288 ,
' of SW' & S of NW DB BBB 224 20 iN 6E 10 America Lewis............. 1,57 Barwicks Add MonNW'!, of/4 SW'! WB 2BrisAdMn
SNWR of SWW. W W' of NW'! of SW, 8 2N 6E 20 Hrs. W. 'H. Hampton ...... 2.00 Monticello ........ Amy Hendon .............. 1.49 .
of Rd .......... 13 IN 4E 40 Wm. & J. D. Bailey ....... 6.71 N. of NW' .. 17 2N 7E 80 J. B. .Roundtree ........... 4.28 N Lot 3 DB WW
SWI4 o SE4 ..... 3 I 4E 40 J. t., & L. V. Phelps ...... 5.51 N12o N I4.....
SW of SE ...... 13 1N 4E 40 SE/, of NW' ..... 20 2N 7E 40 S. J. Brown ...... ........ 4.75 282 Dilworths Add
NW, of W% of NE E% of E% of NE /4Monticello ......... Callie Daniels ............. 1.40
Ex A ......... 23 1N 4E 59% Wm. & J. D. Bailey ...... 7.79 of SW/4 ......... 20 22N 7E 6% Est. S. T. Sinclair ......... 1.36 Pt Lot 5 Dilworths
ENW of !SE% ... 27 SN E 40 Mary Lou Collins .......... 3.31 Add Monticello ... Rebeca Nolan ........... 2.17
of SW'!. ......... 24 IN 4E 10 J. W. & Margia Sheppard.: 1.87 NW' of SE, NE 27 SN 7E Add Mot 5 Dilworths Rebecca Nolan............. 2.17
In ISE Pt of SW'!, W1/2 of, SE'4, N E'I/, Pt Lot 5 Dilworths
InofSEPt f SW ........ f24 1N 4E 10 Est. J.J.'Conell.......... 1.87 of SE4 ......... 30 N 7E 120 Elias C. Ellis .............. 13,64 Add Monticello .. Martha Henderson ....... 2.17
oSW .....241 4E 1 Es.JJ.Ionl..... 1.7 Pt Lots 48 & 49 2DB Pt Lot 5 Dilworths
I A in NW' of BBB 437 Original Add Monticello ... Susan Black .............. 2.17
'NW'!4, N o(f Plan Monficello Mildred Branly ............ 71.51 NW4 Lot 9 Ex 25x50 ..
SW'!, of ,NW'! Ex Lt 111 & 112 OnSA DB BBB 543 25 iN 4E 16 J. W. & Margia Sheppard.. 3.05 alPa Moieo M. Folom ............. 6.39 ft DB T 601 Dilinal Plan Monticello V. M. Folsom...6.391 worth Add MonNE' of NE', EX Lots 158 167, 168 ticello ........ J. F. Weaver ............... 2.77
4'% A ............. 26 IN 4E 35% J. W. Connell ............ 1.27 Original Plan Mon- S of N'! Lot 21B DB
In NE Corof NE ticello .... ...... Elizabeth B. White ........ 6.69 ZZ 547 Dilworths
of NEI DB BBB Lot 100x465 ft DB Add Monticello ... Lula Cuthbert............ 2.47
543 ............... 26 1N 4E 4 J. W,. & Margia Sheppard.. 1.13 AAA 93 Original Lot 20 200 ft sq DB
In E' of NW' of Plan Monticello P. M. McIntosh ........... .. 5.27 SS 16 EDilworths
iSW' DB AAA 212 26 1i 4E 1 Ester Stewart ............ 83 W'% Lot 3 DB TT Add, Monticello ... Robt. McQueen .:......... 1.91
NE' of SW/4 ..... 27 '1N 4E 40 Est. Thelma Rainey ...... 3.78 35) Scotts Add 50x100 Ft in Lot 27
W% of W% of SW' 27 1N 4E 40 J. B. Lacy ............... 3.78 Monticello .... Mrs. Mack Peck ........... 2.17 DB UU 584 DilBegin 557.7 ft N of Lot 2 DB WW 347 worths Add MonNE Cor of SE% of Northern Add Mon- 'ticello .Win. Merrett Jr .......... 1.68
NWY4 Run W 1650 ticello ....... .. E. G. Clayton .............. 1.69 Pt Lot 1 DB (C 99 W
ft, S 777.3 ft, South- Pt Lot 2 DB BBB 334 Letchworths Add
easterly 1742" ft & -Z 495 Northern Monticello ........ Hrs. Elbert Rivers ........... 2.47
along Road to W Add Monticello .. Lamar Davis .............. 5.27 Lot 6 Blk B Reichline of SE' of Lot 75x58 ft in SE mar Add MontiNW V4, N to Point Ih Cor Lot E DB LLl
of beginning ... 31 iN 4E 40 Sheldon Whitehouse ...... 7.15 NoLotrB Ad LL Pt ot 7 Bk 16 B AliceM. Hughs ........... 29.23
NE'! of 'SE'!,, NW'!, 302 Worth'6rn Add 2.4 Pt' Lot 7 El 16 AlcDR.Hge........92
NE of SER, NW Monticello .... H.Daniels .......... 1 Pag 45 Simons.
of SE' 1......... 33 IN 4E 80 S. N Colson ............... 6.72 .H. Daniels 2.47 1 Pg 45 Smons.
.3NW'N............... Lot 310x225 ft In S Add Monticello ... Lizzie Finlayson .......... 1.75.
N of NW N Lot 6 DB TT 514 Pt Lot 7 Blk 16 DB
of NW of/ SW 0 A a2 &581 Northern Add WW 358 Sinmons
of NW 34 N 4E 50 M. A Gresham ... 5.22 Monticello . -H.- ... Faglie..............4.18 Add; Monticello .. Willie Sloan ............... 1.70
N Pt Lot 187 IS P t.l, BAAE o 2Bk5D
& O Co ........... 8 2N 4E 4 Roy Kirkbridge ........... 1.32 Pt1 lk8 A E L 2 k 5 D
N.P...Lot .192 P. .183 Wirick's Add. 1 Page 158 SimN Co 2S. 8 2N 4E 4 Walter Helbauer .........132 Monticello ... John Groover .......... 7.23 ons Add Monticello James Turner ............ 2.17
L.......... 5 0,2 4E ........ 1 Lot in Bk 12 D 'PTi t Lot 15 TDB D 110
L ots 58AD, 583 41 iik'Ad
& 0 Co S &O.. 8 2N 4E 10 Alvin C. Green ............ 2.17 e431 Wricks Add. F. L. Simon Add
Lot 598 8 2N 4E Peter Jeker ............... 1.15 Lots & 5 Monticello ........ Wm Howell Jr ............ 2.03
S............ Lots 2 & 5 & 5 3-5Ptlt5DBAA9
Lot 190 S P &O Co 8 2N 4E 5 T. Henry Green ............ 1.15 Lot 6 Blk 13 Wir- Ptot SfDB AAA 9D
E of NW of hicks Ad. Monti-F. L. Simon Add
Ncll Wo of NE Qcllo ............. Louise Reichert..59 Monticello........ Ernest Hagan ............. 2.47
NW'!,. W....of.N.. Lot 14 l.' L. Simon
of NW'!/ Ex 3 A '9 2N 4E 37 Gee. 'Smith ................ 1.91 Lots 1, 3 4 & N 2-5 Lot 14 i. n
Lot 2 $ F'& 0 Co ...' 9 SN 4E 5 Mrs. J. S. Curtis.......... .. 1.15 Lot Blk 13 Wir- Add onticello ..W Howell ...............1.45
Lot 20 : P & O Co... 9 2N 4E 4 Carabell Robbins ......... 1:02 icks Add. MontiLot 22 S P & O Co ... 9 2N 4E 4 Margaret Peck .;.: .......... 1.02 cello ............. 1 Louise Reichert ............ 3.51 LL 282 ............ 30 2N 5E Mrs. J. B. Horne .......... 5.07
Lot 23 S.P & OCo .. 9 2N 4E 4 Lillie B. Swanson .... 1.02 Pt BLk 15 ,DB ZZ 563 In NE', DB BBB 508 30 2N 5E 3 J. E. & Cleo Jackson .... .9)
Lot 24 S P & O Co... 9 2N 4E 4 Gertrude Yeckley ....... 1.02 Wiricks Add Mon- In SE'! ot 'NE% DB
N1 LOt 285 S P & ticello ........... 'Henry A. Malloy ........... 22.19 XX 111 .......... 30 2N 5E Bird, Birdi & Rast ....... 2.26
O 'Co .......... 9 2 4E 2 Mary McGowan ..........'. 1.04 Pt Lot 18 DB WW 92 In NE'!, of SE'! DB
9 Lot 285 SP & Wiricks Add Mon- 1 Page 173 ....... 30 2N 57 Benj. Green .............. 2.17
O Co ........ 9 2N 4E 2% Cora Williams ............. 1.04 ticello ............ Henry A. Malloy ......... 6.45 In NW'! of SW'!
Lot 608 SP & O C'o .. 9 2N 4E 4 Alice 'Watkins ............ 1.02 Pt Lot 18 DB WW 92 DB WW 337 ... 30 2N 5E Pansy M. Anderson ........ 14.84
In 4E'!, of 'SE1/4 DB Wiricks Add Mon- In INW'!, of SW'/!
XX 245 ..... ..... 13 2N 4E 11 Johanos Larkins ...... 2.17 icks Henry A. Malloy ....... 4.57 DB ZZ 438 .. 30 SN 5E Verdie B. Bullock ........ 18.36
.. .. .3 N E 11 JoaosLakns........2.7 ticello ...... ......-.......
In SWV of SE D60x80 Ft in Blk 21 R. J. TAYLOR, -Tax Collector,
AA 136........ 13 2N 4E 10 D. Boatman .............. 2.17 II DB 1 Page 151 TS'6 Jefferson County, ,'lorida.
L3/ of W of SW'!
of SE'!,,'S3/1 of S%
of SW'!, ......... 13 2N 4E 73 Ethel Davis ..............10.91
Pt Lot 20, Lot 29S P
& 0 Co ......... 16 2N 4E 6 Carabelle Robbins ........ 159
Lot 50 S P & O Co .. 16 2N 4E 5 Isabella Halvers ......... .74
Lot 54 SP&OCo .. 16 2N 4E 5 J. W. Wells .............. 1.15
Lo&s 0 67, 68 ......... 16 2N 4E 15 Isabella Stein ..... 2.87 Onor ble areer
Lot 97 SP & O C'o... 16 2N 4E 5 0. H. Ball ................ 1.15 .Lot S 111 P & O Co., 16 2N 4E 5 J. J. Waxier ............ 15 Explaining the urgent need for
Lot 161 S P & 0 Co.. 16 2N 4E 5 Henry T; Green ............ 1 E15 the ue
Lots 180, 221 S P & more able-bodied seamen for AmeriO Co ............. .17 2N 4E 10 Henry T. Green 2.17 can shipping Vice-Admiral Emory S.
Lots 183, 184 8 F &
o Co .............. 17 2N 4E 10 J. W. Stevenson ........... 2.17 Land, USN (Retired), chairman of
Lot 186 S P & O Co. '17 2N 4E 5 Dalsybell Bryson ......... 1.15 the U. S. Maritime Commission and
Pt Lot 1,87 sF "&
O C ............. 17 2N 4E 2 Roy Kirkbrldge ............. .1.04 Administrator of the War Shipping
RE Lot 232 !S P & Administration calls for volunteers
O Co .... 17 2N 4E 2 Georgia Snow ............ 1.04
In 'NE1 DB AAA 3i 23 2N 4E 3 Lucile Douglas ............ .53 for the maritime service.
In ,SE'!, of 'NW'! DB TdyA eiaiRprtn h
PP 370 ........ 23 2N 4E 2 Jeff Oliver Jr............... 1.04 "Today America is operating the
In W of NW DB greatest merchant fleet in the hisPP 187 ......23 SN 415 3 Ellis James........... .......1.17graetm chn fltin he is
In NE1/ DB VV 1. 24 SN 4E 79 :Hrs. D. Faglie......... 1.05 tory of the world. 'Soon, 4000 ships
Lot 2 Kidders Sub will be at sea; 3,000 now are trans- 600
No. 2 ............ 24 2N 4E 5 Dr. R. Peterson .......... 1.45 porting to every part of the world 16
Lot 5 Kidders Sub Cei
No. 2 e. u. 24 2N 4E 5 Vernice Davis ............. 1.45 the vital necessities to carry on
DB TT 62of NE..25 2N 4E Est. Wm. Bailey ......... 2.38 global war, just as in time of peace, CO
Lots 162, 163, 165, they are the transports of the na- $20
Pecan Co ........ 27 2N 4E 13 E. F. -Eleyd ............... 3.17 tion's commerce. LUS 744
Lot 92 'North Fla There is an urgent nied" for exPecan Co ........ ..33 2N 4E 5 John ,Coffman :............ ... 1.37 perienced and inexperienced men to
Lot 165 North Fla
Pecan Co ........ 33 2N 4E 5 W. A. Reed ............... 1.37 become ships' officers annd seamen.
Lot 104 North Fla N G VAf
Pecan Co........33 SN 4E S H. 3. IKlaiber ..... ...........1.37 Every day, five desperately needed
Lot 29, North Fla ships are sliding down the- ways o
Pecan Co........... 33 SN 415 2 Mrs. L. W. Underwood ... 1.11 American shipyards to carry the
Lot 243 North Fla /
Pe~can Co...........34 SN 4E S Tillman & 'Drayton..... ......1.1'7 cargoes needed by our fighting men
In N ........... 34 3N 4E 21' Sallie Herring ............ 3.41 di
Pt Lot 4 .......... 36 3N 4E 40 Godfrey Scott ............ 5.22 ind our fighting allies.
In W of Sw' DB "In 1945, 80,000 men will be need- EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 1945 "l.S." ANNOUNCES NEW LOW CEILING PRICES
In SW of SE'!, 8 1 4E 2 Joel I. Groom ............ 6.73 ed to man these newly built vessels.
ISE 4............. 25 -1S 4E 5 TJnknown .................. 1.23 Half of them must be men with
In N 3 of sw2 DB former sea experience who left the Today, only a handful of people are eligible During the same period, U.S. Royal DeLuxe,
In 23 W 'NW! 32 1 4E 1% Theodore cole ............. .88 sea for positions shore. The other to buy new tires. Whether you are one or not, always a quality leader, has consistently inSS 221 W 5 S 4E 1 'Millie 'Shuler ..88 half will consist of men without we think you should know what "U.S' is creased its mileage performance. Keep this
NEso NE'! of..SE.....23 2s 4E 10 Hny'ivr..................7
NE of NE of SE 23 2p s 4E 10 Henry eSilvers ... .76 b ,doing to give you constantly improved tire in mind ... whether you are eligible for tires
of S ......... 23 2S 4E 10 A. J. MoVey .............. 1.06 trained at government expense to performance at lower cost. Since the summer now, or must wait until later, you'll always
E f of W of SE'/e of 1943, U.S. Royal DeLuxe prices have gone find the price of U.S. Royal DeLuxe surprisf NW of ,.. 23 2 4E 10 Hilda Lavia.......... ......1.16 fill out the crew complements aboard from $17.11 for the 6.00 x 16 to $15.20... ingly low for the quality U.S. Royal Oe Luxe
of NE' of SW the ew eS ec a reduction of more than 10%. represents.
NW' of SW' of "The U. S. Maritime service is an
'SW1/ .............25 25 4E 70 E. C. Basel ................ 4.09 organization of volunteers. Every"
in SW of NW', man enrolled for training in the //^ ,.,,..- 1-wDB ofs 452,E U. S. Maritime service can be proud GUARAN
S of 'Rd 27 A in, N of the uniform he wears. It has ,, CON ERG -AATEED
NW' DB BBB 452 1 iN 5E 127% E. Thomas Kinseyy ........ 18.50 been worn at every important over UUINLRI
W of W of NW !, seas undertaking-at Guadalcanal, YOU T
of NW / S of Rd 1 1N 5E 5 E.l| Thomas Kinsey ........ ...1.35 Tarawa, Casablanca, Salerno and at VICE
Pt. of SE! of'Ex'9, ER I RPIRE
A, SW of NE' 2 1N 5E 90' E. Thomas Kinsey ........ 13.09 Cherbourg. New ires may not b* ualitymoals, Let he
E of 'SEx Ex 4 "The American seaman's contri- rea .mt V fo Un n g aa* b for is on or res
Smonelts. Come in today th~e f' ines eiiperl' ftCu n aei
DB BB 452, S bution to 'ultimate victory cannot be for our compete, f.d receP ntoyOUr wormediate a A
of NW', 25 A in n isetobd, Int
'NW'!, of 'SE' & measured by words. No career is t nlnireS
in NE'! of SW'! more onorbleohdt hat f th
DB AAA 347 2 1N 5E 221 E. Thomas Kinsey ........ .27.15 more honorable that that of the
W% of SW'/, of'NE'A 21i 1N SE 30 Jesse Williams................53 Merchant Marine."
SW! of NW' ..... 2 N 5E 40 A. J. McKinney. ':.......... 3.77 IN EVERY SERVICE, U. S. TIRES EXCEL!
E of W .. ... 2N SE 160 Louvelia ,Slater ............ 17.64
In SWR of SE'! 2DB i- .m,.....
YY 482 ........... 5 2N 5E 2 Jas. Bell ................ 1.02 Subs b t
W of SE'! S.. S N SE 80 3. WV. & Lulat~arrett .... 1.66 SubscrERibeEtoATIO
S P't Liot 115 DB TT 78 7 2N SE 2 H. A. Wright ....... .87
dale............. ?Si 2 r.Iw .E 0j 1n MronicellO AMOCO SERVICE STATION
Lots 1 129 Spring- TheM onticello NewsJB
Lots, 130, 133, 144 21 .Lt'W 3. BTAYOR, wne

Description of Property-Lot 11- in
Section 16, Township 2 North, Range
New Post War Power Sprayer Will np4 ENrt, t acres.
a;n which assessetPPost War Power SprayWer EWil ER SPRAYER BRINGS ATH TO PESTS I V No
-~.. Cer-ti P .ficate No. 46.
Serve Many Home and Farm Uses -o.J ,snce-September 4, 193.
epinof Property-f,. L 160,
- :" / -+ -21 in Section 17, Township 2 ,rh
In the milk house,- around the kit- 21 in 4e Eotn 17, aTewnshi 2 N rh,
Fresno, Calif.,April 26.-The health lan -e
of rural families and greater produc- chen porch, and in hog pens flies and ,mi in which asessedtion of meat, milk and leather is ex- other insects fall before the pressure Ceificate No. 249.
tion ofmat ik n Cc'dite No. 249.
pected to result from a high-pressur and chemicals from the machinegun- : at i'tsstince-September t7, 1'31.
pected to result from a high-pressure a ii of Property -L8s isi,
power sprayer, produced by Food like nozzle of the sprayer s in ecion 17, Town.hi, 2 North,
_?anee 4 lEst, 10 acres
Machinery Corporation. As for beautifying the rural land- eame n4 "shieh s
At a recent demonstration here, scape the all-purpose sprayer has no J. w. Stevenson.
the machine, using various mixtures equal. In a matter of a few hours, Year o Issuance- July 7, 1930.
in its several hundred gallon tank, with whitewash or cold waterpaint, iDescription of PropeOrty-Lot 186 So
inbn h fa build- Pecan & Orchid Co. in Section 17,
showed it could be used to: jthe old barn and other arm build- Township 2 North, Range 4 East. 5
Kill cattle grubs, lice and ticks; ings can be made to look like new. asee
Nam1Te in1 which assessedput out fires, even those resulting Weeds, another landscape marrer, Daisyb lle Bryson,
from oil and gasoline; spray molasses will go the way of'that universal pest, c, rtificat No. 10.
th fy iYepae oy tes uanctciJuly 6, 1942.
on dry grass and old hay so cattle the fly, if sprayed by the machine D, rption of Propoe!'ty--Part of Lot
would eat it readily and fatten; with diesel fuel or other weed killing 17 i ,e ion 17 T,2,xnship 2 North,
whitewash or paint fences, corrals, chemicals. Name in which assessedposts, buildings and houses; disinfect But just as it kills with chemicals T:oy irkritige.o
chicken houses and, hog pens; kill and oil, the sprayer feeds with mo- Yat of Issuance-July 6, 1942.
l$ oear o f Puanc ertv-- N Pt Lot
flies; control mosquitos;' kill para- lasses. Using one third water (by 7 in Setion 8, Townip 2 North
sites on fruits and vegetables, and volume )to two thirds molasses, the Range 4 East. 4 acres
eradicate weeds. machine can cover a 20-foot swath as .Name in which assessedAccording to William Abildgaa rd is moves across the dry pasture. Salt C.stificatl e No. 124.
',i of Issuance-August 5th, 1929.
of San Jose, who demonstrated it, grass and old hay are made palatable Mescription of Property-Lots 190,
0 pteriptio of POperty Lots 190,
the power sprayer is one of the most and more nourishing to cattle in this 5So, i8, So Pecan i& Orchi Co. Sub in
vrd-way. R + ection 8," Township 2 North, Rang
versatile farm implements, ever de- Wy. East, 15 acres.
veloped. When the family orchard needs it, Name in which asseseA- C. Green and 'r. 1-tenry Green.
As a cattle sprayer it will kill the the "wonder machine" will quickly Certificate No. 220.
YcnIl' of Issuance-Jully 7th, 1930.'
cattle grub while it is in the animal's pass down the rows and kill the trees' Deqcriptinon of Property-1 Lot. 232
back, halting the life cycle of the enemies with insecticide. The pres- q t, Po So Pecan & Orchid Co. in Section 16,
insect before it can lay eggs that sure forces the chemicals to the in- Township 2 North, Range 4 East, 2
turn into heel flies. nermost parts of the foliage. Name in which assessedU. S. Department of Agriculture As though these uses were not Ceorgia Snow.
Year of Issuance-August 6th, 1928.
estimated that the nation's loss to enough, the machine makes an out- rear of PneA t 6t 98.
heel tlies and catte g. in m escription of Property-Lot 598 So.
heel flies and cattle grubs in meat, standing rural fire department, It Cattle grubs and heel flies (see inset) cause a ranchers believe they have found a way toward Pecan & Orchid Co., in Section 8,
milk and leather alone in 1941 was can throw an extremely fine fog of Township 2 North, Rtange 4 East, 5
a learg as $1 00 0,0. 9 wals wa er uner 6t0 'uds an og- $100,000,000 national annual loss in meat,,milk ultimate control of these destructive pe sts, The acres.
estimated that a 10 percent boost in the hottest fire and literally cool it and leather production, according to the U. S. Power Sprayer has nearly a score of other farm peter Jecker.
etmtdtaa10pretb o t hte sml dirop an lintyol it agn hebr osryeriiaeN.2
meat; milk and leather would result out. The small dro iturn into steam Department of Agriculture. Bj forcing out uses, rangin from painting the barn to spray- Certificate No. 209.
from the same number of cattle if as they hit the blaze which has an grubs and killing them with a Power Sprayer, ing molasses on old hay and dry grass to make Description of Property-Lot 161 So
the grub were eliminated. additional smothering effect: a product of Food Machinery Corporation, it edible for cattle. township 2 North. Range 4 E i st. 5
With this many purpose machine, Unfortunately, however, the ma- which assessed.... Name in which assessedthe farmer's wife can keep her yard chine will not b6e available in, any Ahin (C. Greon.
the farmer's wife can keep her yard chine will not be available in any NOTICE OF AI'PLICATION FOR So Peean & Orchid Co in Section 9, Section 16, Township 2 North, Range Celtifiate No. 1.
around her home free from ticks. quantities for the time being. Due TAX DEED Township $ North, Range 4 East. 4 4 East, 5 acres. Year of Issuance--August 6th, 1928.
Mosquitos no longer need be a pest to war regulations only a limited acres. iaName in which assessed- Description of l'roperty-Lot 192 So
number of Name in which assessed- J. W. Wells. Pecan & Orchard Co., in Secion 8,
either. The egg-gatherer may lose number of them can be made, in the Heouse Bill No 162 Ralph Lillie B. Swanson. Certificate No. 211. Township 2 North, Range 4 East, 4
her fear of chicken lice if the roosts near future, in the Food Machinery Notice is hereby given that, Ralph Certificate No. 72., Year of Is-suance-July 7th. 1930. a'ores.
her fear of chicken lice if the roosts near future, in the Food Machinery erkins the holder of the following Year of Issuance-August 4th, 1941. Description of Property- Lots 61, 67, Name. in which assessedand hen house are sprayed with prop- Corporation divisions at San Jose, certificates has filed said certificates Description of Property-Lot 24 Sou- 68 So Pecan &. Orchid Co. in Section H. I-Helbauer.
ger disinfectant'for a tax deed to be issued thereon. 1 ern Pecan & Orchid Co. in Section 9, 36, Townshitp 2 North, Range 4 East, All of said property being in the
e disinftant'rm this implement lifonia, and Lnsig Mich The certificate numbers and years of Township 2 North, Range East, 4 15 ares. County of Jefferson, State of Florida.
issuance, the description of the prop- acres. Name in which assessed- Ounless such eertificate o f ltidiates
erty, and the names in which it was ame in which assessed- lsabelle Stein. Ishall be redeemed according to law the
E - Wit 2i i- - : I assessed are, as follows: Gertrude Yeckley. Certificate No. 215. property described in such certificate
Certificate No. 22. Certificate No. 214. Year of Issuance-July 7th, 1930. or certificates will be sold to the highYear of Issuanoe-Sept. 7, 1931. Year of Issuance-July 7th, 1930. Description of Property-Lot 97 So est bidder at the court h-ouse door on
PHONE 744-W ESTABLISHED 190 Description of Property-Lot 22 in Description of Property-Lot 50 So Pecan %/ Orchid Co. in Section 16. tie fiist Monday in the nionte o, May
_ Section 9, Township 2 North, Range 4 Pecan & Orchid Co. in Section 16, Town- Township 2 North, Range 4 East, 5 1945, which isthe 7th, 'day of May 1945. E last, 4 acres ship 2 North. Range 4 East, 5 acres, acres. Dated this 2nd, day of April, 1945.
h 1rc*e l. ame in which assewhich asmessed-hich assessed- Namne in which assessed- (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
Christie Hall Business Machines argaret Peck. Isabella Halver, C. H. Ball. CLYDE HA T
Certificate No. 197. Certificate No. 92. -Certificate No. 240. Clerk of Circuit Court of Jefferson
2 E. PARK AVE.. TALLHASSE FLA Year of Issuance-July 7ti, 1930. Year of Issuance-July 6th, 1942. Year of Issuance-September 7th. County, Florida.
S PARK.AVE.. TALLAHASSEE. A Description of Property-Pt Lo.t 23 Description of Property-Lot 54 in 931. No. 41 April & 'T, 4, 1945.
A New L. C. Smiths can be had
Repairs on all makes of Business Machines A 0 H-0N RB TIA H
PaiT Advertisement
iFrom, where I sit... 4 Joe Marsh,
Black Market Versus
4"+ I" +Brighter Meals
I guess our town doesn't like These days, most people are
rationing any better than other agreed that a simple menu of unfolks. But when a fellow went rationed foods and substitutes from door to door the other day, is a badge of honor... no apolopeddling butter, cheese, and ba- gies required!
con without points, he didn't And from where I sit, house.
find a single taker. wives can brighten limited meals
Ed Carey's missus, Sarah, with cheerful table decorations,
summed it up. "I'd Just be sparkling cider or tangyice-cold
ashamed to have that butter on beer, or side dishes of homemy table," Sarah says. "I'd a made preserves and fruits and
heap rather have my family and nuts. Those little touches can be
guests put up with what I can mighty helpful to the appetite. ._ .
serve honestly, than give 'era a
treat from the Black Market." 9Z
N o. 115 of a Series Copyright, 1!945,"Unied States Brewers Foundation + '+
Florida has essentials of this industry which make it a more favorable
site than many of the present places in which the leather tanning
Welcomeindustry is located.
' indu~~tary is locafedi wVEGETABLE; TANNINGr'..... + .
welcome to----Floridais one of the nation's leading cattle states, making McA T ERIA L S A R E
for an on-the-spot supply of hides. AVAILABLE IN FLORIDA
Mangrove, palmetto and scrub oak of Florida are excellent OA'IC"
PINE VIEW SANDWICH SHOP sources of tanning materials. Other sources are.becoming University of Florida research indicated
scarce and even non-existent in many parts of the country. ,tha F oak cotainiprci
a ble amounts of tannin of suitable grade
UTLEY'S PLACE Good water needed in tanning leather is readily available. fmtnin he A tanni extract
The sun is an active agent in tanning and Florida suri- MAN G 0VE
0 tanning the year around is far cheaper and better than Mangrove was the basis of considerable
0,\ ~ methods requiring fuel. tannin extract industry 35 years ago and
could again attain importance ,n this
Chicken Salad Bar-B-Q j Florida possesses an adequate supply of American born ec*pec. PALM ETTO
lbrPalmetto has also been used in the pst
Hamburgers Cheesebergers Florida is well situated with respect to mid-western shoe a, a tannin extract source. University of
a- 1 manufacturers as well as to the Latin American markets. Florida research hs confirmed the pres.
Side order of Potato Salad Florida also produces large quantities of shark and reptile grade tannin in both scrub and cofbage
skins, suitable for tanning.
Gui ivestigations indicate that the profit possibilities in leather
tanning and processing in Florida merit your careful and immediate
Hi-Way 90-1 Mile East of Monticello tavestigation.
0flotida Power & Light Compony 1s anx~ious to oeans in any way'
MRS, AUBREY WILLIAMS, Mgr. complete details about possibilitie in the leather indussyWeaat sswCwnue
your Florida Power & Light Comn ongerage-.

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