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The Monticello news

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The Monticello news
Uniform Title:
Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
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ECB Publishing, Inc., Emerald Greene - Publisher
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January 5, 2005
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Semiweekly[<1983-1994>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1925-1965>]
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English
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v.58 no.19 November 27, 1942

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Newspapers -- Monticello (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jefferson County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Jefferson -- Monticello
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30.54543 x -83.870842

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Began in 1903.
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Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 22 (Nov. 20, 1925).
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Weekly constitution (Monticello, Fla.)

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MONTICELLO OF W
The Great Middle N FLORIOF
Gaeayt Florida- I11 'M OiN17ICiEL~iL ',NE W ______~THENATIVE HOME OF THE PAPER SHELL PECAN JEFFERSON COUNTY- FLORIDA'S IDEAL FA RM IING ANDJ DAIRYING SECTION
VOL._ 58 N.1MOINIEL, ORIDA F f OV"MDW2 7, 42 FIVE CEBNTS A COPY
SIMPSON SAYS JUNfIOR RED CROSS AIR CONTROL JFUJTURE FARMERS~ DRIVEBEIST OL.D CARS WANTED A
STATE NOW NEEDS COLLECTS$ BOOKS FOR CENTER LOCATED GIVE FAHRADSN ERI AC FOR~ SCRAP
N --- I~a -~'h a -I-WA ~A l I W L Tallahassee, F S statewid H &o.v 7alhse, (N) peaker The Jin'or Red Cross, uinder the Motoicello has been expecting an Last Friay eve nn 'at I VUCrcutn r sosre supl three 2,OM pound~ blo)ck
Richard Hi. Simpson predicts that enthusiastic direction of their cliair air raid1 for several weeks; we are O~clock, about eighty Futuzre Farm- by -Mrs. Spessr L.Hld was busterbom~bs f~or a Fling Forth
lie 1942 1egisiatlnre will not have~ to man, Mis~s Frances Bra~swell, have sill expectii it. W received a, their fathers, and frends, gdath- I uni red this wee une te dire taking off across the channel?
roI iIdd onal taxes unless collected and turned into the De/ notice the irst of Novemnber that -e at the~ Aia ~High School for tio of Lieutenant lzbt'1 All you haive to do haul th~at od present conditions and prospects fense'Office between seventy-five we shouldK expect a practice Ablack- a f ateA-and-soi b~anquet. The en- White~ and Cora J.Wae of Camp jalopy from, tLhe barn, call your are radically changed, and one hundred book~s and mrag- out in the near future. tire group enoyed aneeig of IBandhig iitli a quo9tao 20 nearest junk deae and the job i
"I say this in spite of tte fact that aziiies for th~e camip at CGarrabelle. In c~ase w'e do get this call we are fun and fellowship. nionth. as good~ as d~one, accorigt esome people predict a need for as now well prepared as aiir raid -war- The banquet tables W'~ picture AgeiiLinit are2 to 45, weiht ,9 nRet E. MacParand, head of a
mchi as $1iO000,000'inl ew moneys essaebeapineln i-,~~'~t ~i gtbe1in to 1I90 depeniding on height. High Production Board's -Scrapping 2Pi
There, hi-ave ben sharpi decreases WINS HOQNORSa IN, One of the mos important units. gold to carr out the Fture arm nith chlren may enlist ifthe A~ 4jaily-that old crate te tee
in iany ax rvenes, ut' here SALAGE CAP m AG in, case -jfan air raid is the Control ei*orgnaflidt'n colorso royali youngest child is 4 yers of age or age ue to cut thei nieclaica
have nan laxorenely ,u tharepA'~ Center. This is located a't the blu tind gld. The place- cards I older. ~ teethe on-is the lats
upun iy en. othrsparticularely be\- Hr .E opcara fte Courthouse in e taxes, .whjrc may -.supply as salyage col~iittee for Jeffersonl and the office ofjPulic Instruction. blen. Nt cups filed tao vtkadphscleean4n n-rIf.9s o.n~ ietg
imc as ~ ,0/0 rpoeM c~~yh~beiKItIethat thiis Blackout cur~tains, have b.een made wt rasted peanuts, pecans'listee are assigned, to ~eite Fort to the wars prgram than any other
",00,0 of iiht* nor pub Count fohas~s been notifeiedan sp
sechooes in -- county liis won natoInor frtistw roi. Th ontrol ancnies -were- 'lced at 'eali 1Pes -Moines, Iowa, or Daytona item. It contains the m~osi p
oline taxes and automobile license -winin a pennant for getting in centerr is coposed o th followi4ng Ipate. A delicious three-course din- Beach Florida, for trining. quity. of sca etal,* and its
taxes. over 00 pounds 6scrap'erapita personnel JoeM Garr, .command- ne rwas served by th HomeC Eco- weight, 1500~ pounds ortre-uat
addtional~laxes during thfe 1943ses haive contribted tis much~ toward erCL1OOrC1I;Ii C.I oL.uy ipn- Moonrne, a~~Ky~) ?'As e w ewl: edtoW ,u llh ru ta e~- EF'fid av com nicatino- onlymen aend ycan enjoy. OPERST WIN MOTCEL tn 20averag homscrke t) 7~s
sin, ie, stated. the war effort., HoMwever, dof't let ficer; -E NStephens plottng Offic- T~he~ program, opened Iit th in $her.
[it inthi itiv i iss 6; W J.Buloc, cntrlle; Eiongieidnt boy ra Futiir Itu iay nots loo imrssv ojacked
neee if we are 'to win the war.4Blir,. penel clerk& 's~itrh Reams~, presdn fFoiaFtr oni a setLe~ up 'fu firiUPnth ban itn iesf~t n t SPD To date, tis county ha collected Mdrdoelk, ,records. clerk; r. lFre orgaitn T'he opeffj stros f in Moni ello t tak carneriato one rut ieieisd
IISASCON n put in to the channels forim- Pittman, tlephaone clerk, Misix-~ ceeon agyn b3.y th fies-falemr-tgenisTh epulid odfaesprcuste,
A columnn deoted to the meiae us tholwigsrp ie Cook, Miss Pah1e AfeMah Mrs. of the'1 cal chapjter, W~el~ome to of thes5. L.toions al fuly iied cas irn, sheet iron, copper a-I
interest of Jiefferson, County 1 {,10~ t~ 'slp~xdrh ~to messengers Carl fathers ad guests-by Johi' G. a in fis ijn aal famnsn edadbasaljs at
IWildlife. and its preservation, 's'eel; 92,62 pounds' D~srn ba\vis, fire; Alfred Foser,o en fo ae oln ahe the~n asis te"Don'tpe r i ~ i
Ilier; 1,200 poundsofI bone; 3,00 MTh. 4 ni6 Arndt, chief of air raid gi en by: W. JBulc.Poular dent' vicis be isle' by isappiearance"'r LMited. I* F. W. Carroll-i pouds of lead 2,,50 pound of. wai,* ~ ~ ,nai t~~i~ r~i aF~ ~ h
Conservation OtticerQP t ud 0wrsj-nit qatrC 'do ~x eo o~ i
The deer hunting seasoni hias been,~ rs. ~ -lc4le dipihnne~'e ~.s U r
open since N~ovemnber 20 and 'ofrMr. Cooper in is report to'te he~l ton, "MealuerA is' your u'tsatile~
as been accompanied by 1n10-1 Jut1 .aran of the-Defense Council, AJIMID FORCiES Ta)1ble," Clarence Wlker. Elzaet Za SihpisEz rte'a rdcinieekin,
usua or other than norfia1 incienD densavgtcma a' tl
ugispo~i a a tron alynd l a onaignue to EE 'TYPEWRITERS dltmaenatl o~n teFifteet esn osbeuabecrlls~ekp.i
Jeffrso Cont hoas sotrn-n wfar nothadgo
lawful deer Ah nting day, -as Wedh- ( o untl fial victory in Nwc n. The In respolnseto an urent ned for National Gonventlon .I~l eort oHathoeaten:tali ti ha l a ln ic
nesday and Thursdays, ae te days ~fsA kstp r tyewriters on the part of h Ur.l n forgottin ate aa~ private dafre stored
designated by law on which this uiy to3AI~ thank i. Cooper f~r hris d r'e aA Mri C. W.in Britto the AricultrMisBnon r.J. "thbnsadngflrlyn
- sport ay be indulged irt- splendid w ork; le has given mst made by th~e Jefferson Cou 6 department at', Tallaasse ThsBning Rev E.y ahPipt s-h llyo akadta nl
Your two wardensoe i ee~~l 4 i 'd~s vag Co'mmittee to locate 24~ mach- addfress wa enjoyed eby Sam dus hav for thpo
0 earua Cunt ne; p~id-trucks. in lie .png to, gef in 'thpis c iisPFp i 40,0001 ~' IIWt-v~ n jne
teusual situation: re'~sidents -Of. scrap.Asought 'natinaly noth Mrs.e -in T; BA) Tlih7Mf Vl thudn jnkdauo
th A~ni-lis.eo~ a cross the 'ar A uati. noe loge ben SCHOOL OFFERS RADFOR Chck tiie mustni be inJ the hand ofI~
line to o teir un OMEN NEEDED~ FO ANtue.Uce a eesM oes oFrln elre.Tenedi r
conyop e-lqse~d~ (ay while our the an iswligtopyat. S. SIGNAL CORIPS ephine Kinder Ed. Norwoo, Hatie~ gent. Wi' mor Floridajuk
local- sportsmen for th e ost part TECINCAL TRAIIN~ING aon syll abve [hesa
ieyed the law, staying' it huu O A TO tadep-in v ue fo mnach e 0 Lnetetegsof.8Aida Sanders, James-Waldron. arebpng csi
and, plann'-ng their -opening for thdeta I ~ Ti&Pa 45 ar being accepted in the R~adiomutowiaar
ouThu ively Vocationa Schoo Of i imple on.Idv. als, frmls MWechanic Learners Copurse We ar~e thus remlindedof an op.- hs nfrt Vcanl .i< udslle #e mcL-iively School, Tallahassee. Th is North< because of 'waher restiportunityt ta -will 'be presented the depnafWa oii 0 WIk *S~- ;ai fL4rtm~ent of teschopol isan ap- p1I tions Mr.~ Ma~lnd pone6ot
e nnsin ue i a rs operae be y thei orida State of their 'own buineso byJ mlai p y s t Dr F.in Af Br~ rink Dretor Prdcto oframteiliscne ~ulSil ertee 0e ciaf'mcacsai I jl powers4~.te roive -school fo i ate terai te- o Ef~~ w
'veniit through the recently passed Dp-artent- of Lducatin, is offer- to machines d h ~ko the inaics or'the S. Signal TV3BUL OSZ fled sipn slowed'dwnan
'siuinL auedmn-o~ ing training inthe fo IQ 'ing trade bys are irenemnt byls theif HOW jppk ds
costio.-tuo na e -t~slkon st aps ng(naci u teml-hy ~ylIrcieA~~ q ines re reb tphe~ tk oork iian outdoor jukyrd Vh hnA
cuaet e da .as f dea utng as to -,oiin airraf mc'an s ir- h e, ntalSa -jvie. irServb 4ic 1 taniswi de
In'~earue-- o'nie-a 'he ang Comeeee studr Cr~~ n aoms t nhe rateg I dS OTReACTED ca oitl weathr. it
t impiyte1 enformn off- catsemtal omc~i 'Adig~ laer wil besbite n to nh of i0amn th wilein tCraiig ise thrfr up oo Florid tolf supplyl~'S I
er'jbadt ak hdsgation tracing' (dr afnirin shop, teal t or w~ilceiv reasr Re#uiient ar ce edhan thaiS -r a ~o aufr Moc an ounc ss eta 5
b~~e, enIcnin inl li ea taae wnt hiesaboedn somebof qb eAt~sh rnnton~
rked t~the advatis ei ,3g -a'e~opy.~ andlaor an at ae prcrmn forms.it An typwrte cant be eh ) -sprt, tud wilin pouns Af andmtlfo orhr
of hcertai d y a terrr' redrive o Cp r th -- -~ nor~tg'n ~'
daysoin~ isorae eouoiedp-a cc enlistuoiii the-SignargeorpsisRe-umust haveraome from someinpersonn seeelnmille"ino thc nehtisixiweeks,25, .
mus paesr-pyoui t.~y ~ e thi~r ar- m a~iv or o ar dele wiltal -fo aii reep fi '-v -e 'heyp ha~n eai emphticlly
sevto iesr, nfa o c .M n f e n ti ief org, raty spin nil s suffering uber
of This Wll -h~prenl whis e adend ingk rohn schol rais 'the mahie A treasur check wihll g ilag f rll brd~at'u ~an 1i y
nprpotte. -A pt~iey-t fraid l tdafmt T4'ssif War iea l-twe laedwt Thnsu
in st-uthap, the past tatnin wihteeA fwld emie iet-IR IC sfrosfmt tubnrculosis' Cate ar th
made enforcement difficult andi e I (YfiVVC inlY ,casfiai ony ai ls of. cnn i tnce t i
worke thecuumoo the hte ~ sa-ml t tedie,- adatg of la Tiie -er~4 others Cou- rs ote spe of' thberuo b an i9 o s
voors antthe, rV exp rens pofr thcat disensmyen fspr atr ti-cipiscietiiig sportsmben whoen thom prnipeo weeks. arsedsx v~w ek, he~r gs are tpiers new U po aiator cc oml etio he of iitI ogig n~ ichre ind~~ a od~ n
,been controlour among FlT'uis dair cattlde. AE~
well ~ ~ ~ ~ Whl pt-cid is o~'y ain aihieasto woms~en, 'Ismbe A ic, te edln for ttire, raine -ave n moe L~ BUttuar~ ~ ht h~dn -nILDtoger
choice~ [o -' story hutn on lafu imay scater ftir -ain accept fee thee present~n theve cihAl.Copriub heAPron ihtbrclssd o
daThe wohdsare Dewiy 'dt; ion is The~xd'r-cne sapoin even' d i is to beiIts opis fart thr si '. 'tJu th char y for tis nt y. r/tec l iaify reair e a tra inee on' re- Wss'~ wt h oedll~ fY o iN oemwth e nnu th
- an4 wht r t ter Whr aner a ~liv or~ nonpe tn ok 0,tes-~l adiioa trainiigg cors tl Uthey o h a -rehed ntee ope 'ontmstre
wllnyo ame the'e thti-onigsm ubrl
hard ime ettig ~'t ar hel- lace. imu~ 9st o thesei~~ whch wll r now- iLho'cme i 'co drivwitnght.o- oe tie~mdae~,'~ 'es ~tuo es anh repniblte n Se tofi Thnr ethred foth perin csI which timel ha c onnl largest nboke trpouig rasturyai nd sttin's Their Jeffesn
-'edn r0 mine roundng trp jump.s aK RADI PRESENT ttheytaiin j'6 ~pain bLn $100 airnn on~ I nth.in Upon~t ere- doelcirhn owithe hnsalvig
ma Ntts hsnillgb teenavo the sino1sae y ~Se~usna-ad4~~nay ~ me 2 ei'D~brq 02 r.Eey infton Fodi spce sthatr, t germs nyha o i~tipl'h
'abl thiconditions, the oprunt tp ir tates d at ter ae 0en .~ 1 f0 teivs THIS Sr of-"CA' 'P samt Mssctr rrct-ople solhi an 'Vcupi,~ ae pti-lg dg bigg'heapanoaigy 'aricl hed k d~.pced in~l ton~~ th dier. yJSit, ~~~vithin~~~~~~~~ero hexigi.fl h.~aeAlso -oe i a aet hneae~ 'th acon exelen limLu~ f ~ ie rportn
-cyfy a.e cmission to he o whin he datnreeatvi n- ~ ~- aping irahn tod mot or noe h ina pr pkeo h
- A Eeginningfial~~~ir es are- arn week,0 to gwo nin, a n~tl entry nfewh sery tco' fado shotann. Frolpi fifct-n -
or n the ildhterkbyoaitationes thatnuClasses are h el ix tdL.g A wtherinfrn-b eaiae fcss-o-db e-te~h oe elr h ups
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fewp days'n bepfore. 1 thep hpleight hour boy. and( Of Shorhofert're atrctos "Thise ev tani>'n r-adrwok,




The M[onticll News, 1MticelIo, Fla., Frid ay, N6,einbe~r 27,1942,
K ~ ~ j~. 7
AsU .Rangers Arrived at, Oran A Batch of Riibber
2WHO'S WHITE INEPETR
K NE WS Guiding the Child
......... Some teachers of child guidance
Tis Week ~. say that punishment means to
i~4K~K.. .. ,., WN ~ look~ backward at whatl a cild has
~1d~one, whereass guidance means PI Lemnuel F. Partbn~.lpwze on lyue to look forward to what it is hop~ed
~KK eThe news foAriagave Am ir- he will do in the future.
!ate th last of a the war oniga it did after ouh
NEWYR.Jsatrtels th~e British had sent the Fscist and, B
1World war, there was an air- Beware Coughsar
Nazi armies taggerin across the,
plane rough-ider~ knownh as th~e only.
Geea St ckland for Midway 'and. he trium phs li the
Sting planhe .~ Solomons were, hailed- Bu it's )~a 1
Wa-hI~ r~v~~o8 u g h~K more-inspig~ whte seio:art-, TatH n
Was o the Ttites t~ 0
nrd u Ed t. iers of th Axi argtting the slap- Crousoelieves promptly beBuckaooof Skiesfl it gj=in,.i ag et to the seat~ of the
and landing all~ of a piece, with his a lae phem l~.~. ~~Oa~and ae e
ship still holding$ ogether He looked rbe'ith dT r's -tooteanhalawtnderinlike F'rancis X. Bushman and sok 'j ., ... tin er beutifu bout one oflae braohia muous meths brggn squarhasbtn b r ellyordrggist tosellyou
iba the dustJiu. i~ y.. Te y el unl 's 's- dest nd gy u mt e t e w y it
Thatwasyoug Leut.Aub, crel Ifyou enjoy ietvous quickly alla~ys the cough or you are
Caseyr Strickilandl, just nowt Brig- Nazis, tune1r n the Beri 'Shor to hae yqur moneybak
adier General Stricland, lead- wa et and listen to, teh p .jeflk.
ing our bom~bers against Roml- .~ p the Arican disaster.' Teir -RO U SO
mel and giving ;Our side just Usn apdnavbkeymae dcasteos sound Eke lush-rllers forCoughs, Ch~estColdsBocis
about its first chance to~ cheer UK*. ~ . .. ~ ~I~ sing an odiJnry bkeri r ,'i~nn oic courtex~plai~nin soyte
without keeping its figes :"M poli ice t- e p "gave 'them t~h.aTrt Fis
crossed. As chief of 'the omber !r nee?~h al~e~le h~ite on tei Socrates is dert efu er
of ~ e~:Sdte~ K ~'nonkey ench researchersi 'are'~s l
aryshown tuning out a battch of theert iauh.Ar
ary ~ or~sQvw as ~ fispht rph, radioed fro Lond n to New Yrk, a~nd soud- synthetic rubber they have devel
rul- e the fis plane of phtod to Chicago show United States-Ranels-n eq i 'arl'b it prdu iIJWOO P~i~~Y h
ou obe fomto which~ ne4deuiz~ opedi. Theiy, say itcan be podce
ourM 'b r ciriltoi Wu~ ~ beach ear Or&a, Alg~eria, in boats ats they prepared tSoc~p h from waste vegetabe matter, wa~ste wbag e c -to 5 Gsn hlbg wrou~ght historic havoc and hur- French possessions on~ the north Mediterranean shore. Iln betweenn the i, etc., and cean be mnade for 35 [cei 2, Sf ried theD Axis on -its wy hr', toky prs lir n Oran, Amer"-- landings 'encu --'re only- gie~ ca olct. $67,000, *hch the
aie eielgh ortn Generrl andek ecu,."Ycents a pound, copared ith40, to
sidiil1V o Gnei~l~r slight rbit c and made deep~ .penetrations. T~hs is on~e of "the first 70l~t o ter~nJeis ~ 'egal 25 Plus x;~k but' velryt land in i ommendtion o isf sit of, land op~eain to, areive for, oneia Ctr syteics. -Ther,. fliers ini a > successful attak a pitr a ion to ariei Kr a a ubrCa Jeffersislntr v ta -nth bo 'hppck
2.few days ago:& 'tKnockiing them 9-eV _______ to e 0~ i
right down, on their own airfield! toling fo re,-fheaypfh
TFhat Will teach those monkeys a Conf eence 'i011s'f e Caled usth ik fbig ogotnb
.lesson! We'll drv hee out~ #e Free'Ltaly" ", a,~ 1s1f
,of their hoe!Tonight trats for. ~ ~ *4 r
th wol suadron, -nd it's go- .~ ...K~ ..' n* ~d t o he a 0N
t~naer )7 185, ~~ded~ KIf' th sit an; u e
i'ltng o ~ eg iyin off gees b;henm IA 1MEJ ~
Poltechic,-~ .f colg, wer he 'th 'lmi is of agnt alre~ ~e ned4oiepbi sa
played tq heuland jondt rmy eed stf The get YO pe cents~ie ~
Novembie,197 not afetPint eanigs As on of1 n
'the tu iad- "Te peridi cent of
r.,Hsa firs in e~utean inQ the GKtatn Sct' *clso oon-it~o e r
,resere cob~nd servd oersa zer beia eo,, aut ther~earths ntentulAadDVtmn*
whol~ thulk Hht' a'plt~ ther wag for~ ofte nede tog help buisd s
yi 190 heio ore~'.K'~~~oe ha~ ~s~r
tg jo r eao'mss, irs a n bp r. sound teet too!X Mothters-nrK ,~ ci .h
seon liutnatdAhnOi et e ne) ~ V "~r~ri the late a a~a iv for-a TheWca'e seeing t mane
mality~~~~ificiodiunande oto thete former.s foce "B ovejugiigfomRcomnedbiM yDotr
Adns Joh capai in 1a930, Ua majo iavn vicet) tow pulped aitoit to a nmBer knree ~ttheiar1~,~
1935,ilh ojre ~ilu to lietean coaone vyit. ls llan ifp t o s Evr wek h
armyj fling schoolcours ,i9in 19 n a~e~n ouhoe heavyig .'t' notai.Se~poo K ieMlefreiir4i a.e
and -attnegtcia s pie*in 199 prs to *anyod can nodrmaa
ow~~~~~~~hn Bas the~ideJoe Dsr ~ 4wA
row fo~ ltb~o~ fr. efl ,K~ all~. >. Beautiful Glip
Canie~~~~~~~Con Cal Sfrifrne foni i ~tKriha,1~6~~ ~E oeStsah~
i~~~~1ow~Jp ~wn qb~'qit e ith tettee an teln him ~ ~ e that~
fan~rian icno thh U.r~ S.asad inui- mov for a Y~~lt~h0
ur o's ot a sun in n 'aK lot Thet plae to F ia e No wto r He h spk n w '.
ine gews teseay. Hmeren fores isues shown~ ir, confrenc wit Maj. Gen. Alexande Pac rareIala'e toa cucld h anf), O M'-e masic'a and Rear JPi ,1tes hae is.e in th e s- evr yIithco1'sLe tv#o.d
a ic~n ne tr -,Ofn n t$he Ne ayntem of~'n Unhee Nations forcede at purpose is-tov formz apll, fih eao.r I I
Co~rne Ou serh and pfetn ter shppn so Autrha-Setshto thy theie force inQf edt B1iunewtn
ha m n ria GQt p ret n w'e tirig', iatot beoil isd
waep in~P~ Hinterd iat of s. 4. .. Ite's mhusbetter'.if Gc'stapo, Mbc~o, ecd. 5 osbe f r il os
To Swias 'ahe itoingnt I. il I nte hiinnMruy e
Balo When n e satond1,I.Bi ,., ba pot"av for- a*pl
atCregehl ev- if gotte first to Fechmairoied in ,Ebb K'iiia-h
145~~~~~~~t n~W at Morae Ciy, "..t '' 4 "a2c-cusetthy tei
poisi, s o fhorei~g nKt orig. Mr. lasn for'th'ek etrs rtnfr 6r~
~~Do' foe satifie Just t, Ieiv ,'$on'spug tpice
Bon swungb~ aiil wbo' quenr w ~'~K.~' K'ithe wrten attacks 'aerg'Fra e peetcntpae odto.Me
s-"antienitted ,Chuchil her abu ad-tnn pyu netnlsse"We~e itogh we wed aAt. frenw Fo' thisn~ Doube-Pspose tUat morr,
'vhadea, *o 'eIt.'s11y' fllorado''4~ o hla V*d a s cesLaxaoive
tobere s care aerthaei-' only Powera actressna Marjori LeynodsH
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Thie Moielo News, Moicello, Fla4., Frdy jNoveme 27, 142- /~
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FOUR THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1942
TH M NI NEWSU7O NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
THE M NTAX DEED [ TAX DEED
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AL s 3a 1
Noti'be 's hereby given' that Dixie Notice is hereby given that John MONTICELLO ADVERTISER Cook holder of Tax Certificates No. Morrell holder of Tax Certificate
Established 1869 aIe220 & 221, issued the 5th, day of No. 138, issued the 7th, day of AugMONTIGELLq CONSTITUTION August, A. D. 1940, has filed ,same in ust, A. D. 1939, has filed same in my
Established 1873 my office; has made application for office; has made application for a
Changed to O St=, Tax Deed to be issued tlihteoni Tax Deed to be issued thereon. Said
MONTICELLO NEWS-1903 Said Certificates embr ce the fol- Certificate, embraces the following
lowing described property in the described property in the County of MM T7 FV T-1 County of Jefferson, State of Flor- Jefferson, State of Florida, to-wit: fFLORI9APRIx OCIAkTION 'da; to-wit: As to (ertificate No. 220: Lot 90 Spri dale Sub. in Section 18,
N AilI 110RIZIA ASSOCIAl N L ST One re steer Avith horis, -E% of SWY of Section 5, Town- Toiship North, e 5 East, 3
o1 T ended with "H". Weight about ship 2 South, Range 5 Tast, 80 acres acres.
0600 pounds. Fred Stokley 11-13-3tp As to Certificate No.. 221:-4SE% The assessment of said property of NE%4; S of NE,4f -NE'-; SE.4 uider said Certiicate issued was in WILLH.ULLOSATSUA, IANGEi ready. of SWW of Section 8, Township 2 the name of Unknowrn.
WILeet, juicy, 1 and ripe- South, Range 5 East, 100 acres. Unless said Certificate shall be reSwee, j~icycle n udrg1ey The assessment 'of- said property 'deeied according to law, -property Editor atnd Propnrietor Phone Nb. 2. Sinmpson Nutrsery 7Th -a ~fa c i os ee eodl ; ap oiet
EO OTH UroiI Company. 2 11-2-3t under said Certificate issued was In described therein shall be sold ,o
DO >OTHY BULLOCH the name of Grant Anderson.A the highest bidder at the Courthouse
Publishier Unless said-Certificates shall be re- door oil the first Monday in the
OE FOR CAS.d-Stamp deemed according to law, property onth December, 1942, which is Che Official Paper of Jeffersn collection, cancelled or uncancel- described therein shall be sold the 7th, day'of December, 1942.
CUTTING OUT THE MIDDLEMld stamps n good condition. G. B. the highest bidder at the Courthouse D'ated this 5th, day of November
IE aMnclo ot fi TRNKA, 1157 'First St. North, St. door od the first Monday in the 1942.
IEntered at Monticello P~ost Office / I~T--.Petersburg, Fla. month of December, 1942, which- is (CT UT-CUTSELR
as Mail matter of' the Second Class Rupert, Idaho.Spl. CFI Photo to News fron M. E. ontgomery.- P theF.7th, day of December, 1942. i ( C CLYDE H. SAULS
No milker is needed on the farm two miles from here, where this
het, w1ee tisDated this I1th,' day, of November, Clerk Circuit Court of 'JeffersonTelephone ---------------- 138-R picture wds taken. The three little pokers are in the pink of con- 942.- t 1rCnLty, FI rida,
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION dition and the old cow is perfectly contenhted. '(CIRCUITCOURTSBL)
fNes Building Dogwood Street / \LIVE SOCK AUCTION SALE CLYDE H. SAULS,
1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _- I I - C l e r k C i r c u i t C o u r t o f J e f f e r s o n U S W A R B O N D S I County, Fliorida. f
SUBSCRIPTION RATES -"STRETCHING" MEAT SUPPLIES juice. One pound of ground raw BRING YOUR HOGS C Foia__ ?
OnM h Year ---------are m wayso st beef mixed with 2 or 3 tablespoons AND CATTLE TO NOTICE OF APPLICATION CHERRY LAKE PROFIT BRED
ix Months -- There are many ways of- strtch- ilk, seasoned with salt and pep- FOR TAX DEED
Three Months .75 ing Your meat supplies. So, here are p -r, will cover 6 o- 8 slices of bread Laws of 1935
1 rew: Stuffing, for boied roAsts or Ffirst, toast the bread on one s~de MONTICELLB CTCKVARD THE bony cuts; veal' or beef birds, to ad spread the meat clear tothe James "holder of. Tax CertiBfate No.
make a savory blend of stuffing an edge on the. untQasted s T Aucon every Monday, and get 401, issued the 5th, day of Septentniet; stews, to make good use of dot with fat and slip into the oven highest market prices. Sale ber, A. D. 1932, has filed same in-my U S. ertified-Pullorum 'Tested
-tough, cheap meat or small tender t broil; Serve at once starts 2 p. m. Monticello Stock office; has -made application foqTa
VEGIONAOFFICE OF WAR INFORMATION titbits; -meat pie, for a flaNorful hot Yards. J. M. Hawkins, Mgr. WHITE LEGHORNS
REGINALF~tt INORMTIQ4I ;I~ I Certificate embraces the ifollowing
TerOwing shortg of spc)n fish; meat loaf, a good way io use Criiaeebae h olwn
- The grhwn rhitage of -space jds;netof aqdwa us-I Haks. described property in the -~bintY Of NEW HAMPSHIRIIS
trains and busses has prompted, cheaper cuts; ground beef broiled MRS, LYLA P. LINDSLEY Jeffeson, State of Florida, to-wit: I
ODT to issue a "don't travel" appeal o n toast, for a neat serving piece. ------................ In, S pt of E:/ ofW of NW% of
and launch a stay-at-hom m And here are thereipes: -Mrs. Lyla Palmer Lindsley passed Section 17,.. Township 1 North,
- yy Octob/er i8, at her -;home in, Rang 5NT Eat-8,a
paign Civilians will be urged to, Stuffn hed potatoes, wan yGabiel C ali t e nR TA Th e 5asEessmlaof saidproperty Delivered
stay put" duringthe Christmas and' bread crumbs, or cooked rice, and / under said Certificate issued was in,
New earholday, s tht sldirs easo asyou1'ie i. Hre s oe Mrs. Lindsley was born in Monti- Alt our plants are ready for th aeo deaPry
New Year- holidays, so that soldiers season f- oyou lk it. Here s cello but was for thirty-one years transplanting. .Buy your calen- Unless said Certificate shall be re. Hatches Each Monday
~-may go home Ion -leave. reciipe for2 a savory 'stlillg: O0. -a resident of Sa-n Care. -yuacrfoefrem ielo-fabriel. dulas, cornflower, forget-me- deemed according, to law, property and Thursday
-With intercity :travel by auto out ofI 1 cup of chopped-celery and le esI Funeral ser~ie :'r ed n- not, pansy, sweet willianm, -daisy deser bed therein -shall' b6 sold 1c[
the picture -ahd troop movements in 1'tablespoon of chopped onions, nd daiu erober c twhetld Pr no t piks, wa the highest bidder at the Courthouse Every Ireeder Bloodtested
this country on the increase, leas-1 1 tablespoon of chopped parsley io Chu door on the first Monday /in the Every Chick Pedigree Sired
e trips must be putoff,sy tberch of Turner, Alhambra, Dor, fatow1 for sprin bloom. month of December, 1942, which is
ay oJfames Hailo Lash officiating. the 7th, day of Dember, 1942mb'e
until the day of victory. utes. Then add 2 cupsof soft bread She is survived by four daughters G'- Date this 5th day oftNovembpr, CHERRY LAKE FARMERS
Our recent triphammer blows at crumbs, / teaspoon of savorvf seas- Mrs. Ian C. Mulock, and Muss Alice FLOWER & GIFT SHOP 1942. COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION,
the enemy in Africa and the Solo oning, and salt an'd pepper to taste. 4 (GIRCUIT COURT SEAL) of unbroken lines of supply. Ani rcipe makseoug for-a 5- to'- Eberart of Los Angeles, and Mrs. Clerk -of Circuit Court in and for Cherry Lake Florida
ofuboe ie fspl' An reip nahes.eiiougllfo a -t 6- H-rmla -ofANepor, R.and ..rs....................... efferson County; 'Florida. _______________these lines extend from the fighting, pund pork or., lamb shoulder., L o -** -. J, F
shoultIIe four sisters, -- rsI Chairles'McCor ________________fronts to war plants ,deep in ,thej Veal or beef birds.(Have the ieat k- C e-
heart of this country. cut into strips 2 to, 3 inches wide, n as, Mrs Charles
MAondlunant, Mrs. C. C. Barrs, and
MORE TIME FOR .TIRES ISpread w th stuffing. Roll, and ins*eog art-a*o aksn
The deadline, for retirement of tootick into neat packages for in- vile.
-idle tires has been extended to Dec- divdual servings Brwn i fat, ember 1. After- that date it will be add a little water, and braise slowlO
-egal to have more than five tires in a covered baking dish untilten- - o Law 1933
per car. One tire is also allowed' er Serve with gravy.
each running wheel. of trailers. I Stews go well in cold weather. -State of Florida, ,The last-minute date for truck When the amount of meatis -limited OcuntY of Jefferson.
owers to submit their -certificates he nwore liberal with the vegetables. Yu anddea of ou are hereby
of war necessity and the OPA na For a good stew, brown the meat in claims and demands which you, or
tiqn-wide 4as' rationing programs a little fat before you- add water. cither 6f you, may have against the "
Likewise been moved up to And remember -ot to add your vege- estate of NMrs.) Ella T Chason, deDteember 1. The same 'date has tables until 'the meat is almost ten- ead, late of said County, to the
--County Judge ofc- Je1ferson County,--'----'..-.-----I ----3- -- -93
been named as final for registering der. You can extend the--meat fla- o Fd-isofofiee ilout
the serial numbers of the tires we, vor in a ste by using dumplings, house at Monticello, Florda, within keep on' our cars. or serving it as shortcike, between eight calendardxmonths from the datF
rounds of biscuits, or on a pl tter of the first publication ,of this no- ARSENIC FOR PESTS with ao r mashed -pota s twice, the ,first.publication of Ithis no- I
An ample supply of arsenic insec- itho tice- heing on November 27th. 1942.
d iassed next yarenc fo ct- oiled rice, or horiiny grits. Each Elaim or demand must be in
c Meat pie for six can Ile made. with writ'ng,- and must state ton growers and fruit farmers. a pound of lnrav idence and post office address of
Non-essential products made of make,a stew, then top it with pastry theychtimant, and must be sworn to
-wire saved will bad or the rtc mu I o ih ik y the claimant, his agent or attcardk 11banned b 01e crus If you wish, bake ipdi idua atjc dhsa1c
P f z ) te ittrpiesein >small dinsds. so t e~ii ~lccodig rtod law Novemb A. D.
WP-B; c-ust\ uai ney, 1or the same --will- becomevoid
-lion ofamproperty. This---- 23rd. dlay oNveb.r A. DI ..-... ...
M ef f aa fm H a v e th e i r a w le a n .. .. o f.N.e.l
-WPB has frozen, halIf, the' btitt~er 1942.ae --i ld storagle; tht-ilfs
sure anadeu suppy fr the C6mbine it with such binders and, Epec utor of the last- Will and
boys in unifornt flavor. extenders as bread crtm1i])s Testanent and estate-of (Mrs.) Ella
cornmeal, boiled rice, mashed pota- T. Chason, deceased. 11-27-4t
,Stockings are now wanted fotr'
-toes, or oatmeal. Meat loaf,' sliced
usedSilk f and purose utem silk cold, jis a perfect filling for sand- VICTORY *IOG SALE b$Je used for war -purposes, butt silk ih ER ABRDYI.
and nylon clothing is not wanted. w PALH BRD
,-,.b-ens ocs a~ ltte aiag vlu -- Ground beef -broiledl on toat December 7, 1942
so't s :ring & dro of the flavorful MONTICELLO STOCK YARD H DUTY OF EVERY AMERICAN
requested to turn in their old hsiery at collectionl dqpots in the
stores.
KEROSENE COUPONS 1
n otes" in order to obtain fuel lately, j "
new ration: books for their notes -in I-order to get more Jcerosene now~ri intP~i
Price ceilings have bden ,placed~l ~~-- ,'* #t
I over Irish potatoes, dry onions and *used-il~
-jerkeys, and the .local rationing toa s.~et 01
board has full information about the isse a00I~1
new OPA ruling.-i~-3II~~ 1ev so er
U. S.-,asryDept.
oIugh luad, old mon-my money's all in rnontransferable
I ,War Sayings Bonds."
SELL Af PIG B VA BONOT- ~EMBERnt




FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1942 THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FIVE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE page 66; said lots hereby conveyed 4th 1907 and recorded in t he Clerk's land lying immediately North os corded in the Clerk's Office of J Sef- the following boundary lines, to-wit:
SECON o .JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF eng oundea on the North by AYlog- Office of said County in Deed Book and cont.guous to Lot 151t as laid person County Florida in Deed -Beginning at a point 160 Lofeet East FLORIDA IN AND FOR JEFFER- wood reet, on the East by the "EE" page 22. Amount of taxes __ down on the plat of the Townle of Book "U" page 240 an 241,th and of the N thence f said Lot No. 6
SON COUNTY. IN GANCERY vionticetio branch of the Seaboard ------------------------ $518.39 4Monticello recorded in the Clerks inning thence Eat 100 feet thence and running thence South 3231,.THE TOWN OF MONTICELLO, Atir Line Raiway, on the .outn 1 All that portion of Town Lot oice o Jefferson County, in Deed 6outh 3 cla.ns and 3 7 links, thence feet more or less, and to the Norti
FLORIDA, a municipal corpora- Was.ngton treet, and on the West Numbered 51 of the Town of Mon- Book "" page 1 and said lot- being West 100 feet and thence North to ern boundary of Palmer Mill Road
tionof the State of Florida, oy iapiroau street; the lots of land ticello, Florida, according to the contained within and bounded by the starting point. And bounded Street, thence running East 40 feet
o r r Complainant, nereoy conveyed being the same lots original plan of said Town as shown te extension and the continuation also on the North by lands now or and to the SW corner of Lot 7 of
-vs- Oi tand conveyed by Dannitte H. by Map or plat thereof as-recorded iortn of zhe East and West lines of iorinerly of William P. Grantham, said Addition, thence running North
CERTAIN LANDS UPON WHICH iviays, Sr. and Emmala P. Mays, his in the Office of the Clerk of the sid lot l1 ior the length of 1 acre East by land now or formerly of 323 2 feet, more or less, and to the
TAXES ARE DELINQUENT, wile, to Ilenry '. Foisom and James Circuit Court of Jefferson County, measurng 1 acre North and South, Mary A. Perkins, South by land Southern boundary line of WashDefendants, i. oisom an inomas L Folsom by Florida, in Deed Book "G" page 1, and 200 feet East and West. Amount formerly of Thomas L. Clarke and ingmon Street and thence running NOTICE n eed dated ovember. 26th, 192 anfd to which reference is he eby of takes -----------------$19.88 West by the Northern extension of West along the Southrn ee boundary
To all persons and corporations and o record in saa Clerk's Office made, which is enclosed within the All of the, land lying South. of a ickory Street. line of Washington Street -40 feet
interested in or having any lien or in Deed booK pag e o23, and to following, boundary lines, to-wit: iic hereinafter 'described through Also all that certain piece or par- and to 4he point of beginning.
claim upon any of the lands describ- wncn* reference is nereny made. Beginning at the SE corner of said the foiowing described property, cel of' lnd in the town of Monti- Amount of taxes ----------- $112.60
ed herein: Amount of taxes$1----------$13,0 Town Lot numbered 51 and running to-wit: That certain piece or parcel cello, which is bounded by a line The following described land, sitYou are hereby notified that the Aid of that part of Block 15 of thence North 75 feet, thende run- t -Iand bounded by a line comment comfieeneg at a point 390 feef uate, lying, and being in the County
Town or Monticello, Florida, asmoni- Wyrickws Addition to the town ot ning West 25 feet, thence running ng at the SW corner of that certain North of the NW corner of Town of Jefferson, State of Floida, and cipal corporation of the State of laonticeto, Jelerson County, Flor- South 75 feet, and thence running tract of land conveyed to Daniel B. ad running Nort 130 feet known and desribed as situated in
Florida, has filed its Bill of Con- tia deoered as follows: tommence East 25 feet and to point of begin- iiird by John H. Perkins and wife tence E ast 100 feet, thelle Souti the Tow of Monticello, Florida, plaint in the above-named court to at tbe JF corner o said Block 15, ning. Amount f taxes D$154.40 and Dannitt H. Mays and wife, by 130 feet, nd tece West o feet nd more particularly nown and foreclose delinent tax certificates rence run West along the North The following described lots oree y d eed dated February 14th, 1907 ai to tie stating point, ad bounded designated as being a portion tof
and tax liens with interest and pen- sie of Dogwood Street, feet, to parcels of land situate, lying and of record in said CClerks office i also oil the East and South by lands Town 'Lot No. 3 of said Town of alties, upon the parcels of land set a point, tence North e f feet, thence being in the Town of iMontcello, Deed Book "CC page 293 and to O Or ormerly of Mary A. Per- Monticello as shown'by map or pint forth in the following schedule, the ast 0bo feet to the West line of Rail- Jefferson County, State of Florida, which reference is hereby made kins, West by a street 60 feet wide, thereae corded in deed book aggregate amount of such tax certi- road Avenue, thence ,outn along and more particularly known and ad running, thence North 1754 feet being the extension of Hickory "G" page 1, of the public records
des of axhns, inatret, nd c st boundary of Railroad Ave- described as follows, to-wit: Lots and to the Old Road leading from Street, and North by an alley 10 of said C6unty of Jefferson; said
penalties, against said respective nue 90 feet to the point of begin- numbered 2 and 3 of Block Number- Monticello to Auci.la, Florida, feet wide, being a 'portion of the parcel of land being more particuparcels of land, as set forth in said rang. Amount of taxes b $1 j. ed 31 of "Wirick's Eastern Addi- thence running along said road same land conveyed to William P. larly described as commencing at Bill of Complaint, being set opposite inat property known and desig- tion" to the said Town of Monticel- North 88% degrees East 658.68 feet, Granthan by Edward B. Bailey by the SE corner of said Lot 63, at the o fetoo l ownb y pwr d B. running Deed 1ook "C" o este August 2, of Hicko intersection of ogwood and Olie '
said parcels in the following sched- nated as Lot or 'Block numbered 16 t as shown ap or plat of said ence South 1776 feet t deed dated 1888 and re-i ete n in g o wt a ov
ule, to-wit: of "WSericlt's Eastern Addition' to Add'tion as recorded in Office of Pearl Street, and thence running corded 1n the "Clerk's office of Jef-i ong
Description of Lands. said 'own of Mont,cello, as shown Clerk of Circuit Court of said Coun- West along Pearl Street to the start- person County Florida in Deed sa.d Dogwood Street, a distance of
That certain lot, piece or parcel of dy map or plat of said Addition 'of ty of Jefferson in deed book I iMlg point, and boundedon the North Book "U" pages 240 and 241. Amount 06 feet, thence running North 100 land which is enclosed within the record i office of lerk of Circuit page 66, and reference thereto is oy the Old Monticello, Florida, and of taxes ----------------- $29.60 feet, thence running East 56 Feet
following boundary lines, to-wit: into tret n heEstbylnd sok D" n ae 03hecern-tene asot 23 fho e et to er edBo K"pg 9 he celofof lan i t ae lyng and bf eiong tuet 0n f ead tow ofe sMoti-g
Commencin g at the corner of n deed book page 66, and refer- veyed as a whole bein the W/ of by Pearl Street 60 feet wide ad and in te E of SE of Section runiu, South and along said Olie
that certain parcel of land which ence thereto is hereby made said said Blok, and embracing the Two West by a Street 30 feet wide, and -o, Township 2 North of Range 4 Street 100 feet and to the starting was conveyed to Rosa-belle Mills Ltot or B Eocl measuring p00 feet Story Frane Dwelling House, and hast by lands belonging, now or East whih is bounded by the fol- Point, and embracing the One Story
wife of Danietl B. Mills, by J. F. square, and being bounded on the te Barn situated thereon, and lying formerly, to Mary P. Finlayson ex-. io'ig boundary lines to-wit: Be- a e ontellon s a
Williams and wife by deed dated North by High Street, on the East immediately North of Dogwood cept that certain parcel conveyed ginin ti t te NW corner of the lot er ot of taxes $20.50
dJanuary 22nd, 1907 and of record in by Wrick Street, on the South by Street. Amount of taxes __ $265. 65 the said Daniel B. Bird as afore- IOv or for erlyowned by Mrs. lo ing 10fe sr
thie offce of the Clerk of the Circuit 'earl street, ant oi n the West by The following land situated lying aM, that certain parcel conveyed V-rgim a C. Turnbull thence South parces land, situate in the Town.
at Yvionticello, Florida, and iare
Court of Jefferson County, Florida Street 60 feet wide. Amount of and being in the County of Jeffer- Jo n H. Perkins, and wife and wita the western boundary line of t t odeslorid a o rcs
S.ie o ro u t ,t lc n .C ak b .B iu ^ o n fta xe- -- $5 .0 ln A o n f t x s 4 .0 p o en nst ee n en aeofaFlerndAddatd on to te3saico din To wnh
in Deed Book "CC" page 266, and to taxes ------------------- $542.38 so and State of Florida, and known A'nltte I. Mays and wife to A. Rn. said lot i feet, thence west at paricularly escribd as: Town lots
whch reference is hereby made, All that certain tract or parcel and described as all that certain lot dugheS by deed dated January 25t, rgat angles with said line 606 eet, dd& 203 according to tie
and running thence South 360 feet of land situated lying and being in or parcel of land, beinga portion of iloi6 and of record in said Clerks eice North 726 feet to the south- u or Original plnn of said Town
-ylnoftaluStetas sn-own uy map or pint thereof aore 0r less, and to the Norther i n e e of otikello, Jefferson te NE4 MA Seton tEn Township as oce ti Deed aBOok "CC"pontage n43, Ce dBoda "f ineof e Balnut Street sona er whiche oere ia dhereborder of "Palner Mill Road Street," County, and State of Florida, des- 2 North of Range 5 East, which is that certain parcel conveyed of said tow', -f Monticello as wid- i-cofdedi il oltice of Cerk Of Cirthence running East and along the cribed as follows: A certain tract bounded by a line commencing at John H. Perkns and wife and Dan- eneod by deed o Dr. T. M Palmer d Uourt of said County of JeferNorthern border of a ol r parcel of land lying and being in a point on the North side of Pearl nitte H. Mays and wife to Hughes datled 1 eDruary 4, 1890, thence East aun ei meeu book iG" page 1, referMill Road Street" 81 feet, thence the Town of Monticello, and enclos- Street; (as extended) 10 feet East of and Cannon bhy deed dated January Wit said southern boundary line enice t whcl is hereby made,
running North 360 feet more or less, et by o te ollowg boundary line he SW corner of the 10 acre tract 2oth, 1908, and of reord, in said o said Walnut Street 486 feet to the Aso that portion of wAhat is and to the Southern border of Wash- to-wit: Beginning at a point 60 feet of land conveyed by Edward B. Clerk's oltice in Deed Book CC W'estern boundary line of Hickory a nnown as HAcademty Square" Elying ington. Street, and thence running Jouth of the SEt corner of a lot of Bailey to Samuel 'Moore by deed page 440, and also that certain par- trdeet, thence South with the west- ort of W asingon street and West and along tle Southern Bor- and conveyed by Thomas Williams dfated January 26, 1882 and record- e of land conveyed by John H. era boundary line of said lickory eCxtlening l orth to the South
ei d~e onfe tl erno teE o eto3i~wsipo n ot.A o .0 axslyn and bengitheCut fCut nDe ok""a h y nteSuhb er tet
der of Washington Street, 81 feet to anfd wile to Mrs. Sallie Reichert ed i the Clerk's office of Jefferson Perkins and wile and Dannitte H. treet 126 feet, thence East 120 feet iUli luary lne o said town Lots the point of beginning; said land be- u deoed dated -Novmber 7th, 19 County lorida in Deed Book ays and wife to eConrad Stoeger to the point of beginning. Amount 4oc ati 20:; an, measuring 100 feet
ing bounded on the North by Wash- and recorded in the clerk's offie page 123 & 124 and running thence l y deed dated June 30th, 1914 .nd of taxes 2 ---------------- $202.13 iN ora aa outn by 20o feet East
ington Street, on the East by lands f sad County of Jefferson in Deed t orth 230 feet, thence East 200 feet, of record in said Clerk's office in Al that certain lot piece and p an West. Amount of taxes lia formerly owned by Mrs. Francis A Book t'D on page 4a3, tience run- theince South 230 feet to Pearl Deed Book "KK" page 40, the uh omsdteel la Situate lying and being tae i te Town of e lonti Mills anid William Mh. Dawkins, on i g South- 0 feet, thence West Street (as extended) and aforesa.d line comnencing at a i time Town of Monticello, Jeffe- Cello, lorida, and more pa ticuthe South by "Palmer Mill Road 0 feet, .thence Norith 300 feet, to thence West along the North side point on the Western boundary of solln County, Florida known as the a-y -n-wn and designated as the Street" and on the West by lands the extension easward of-Dogwood of said Stret 200 feet to the startin said line 481 feet North of the od of thie S B of Town Lot pa r c of Lot' 12 ~itf "Palmer or formerly ownei by Junius Turn- street thence East 15o feet to point point and embracing the lot hereto- Northwest corner of the parcel of measuring 2o feet North and South iyonis dditon' to the said Town bull; said lot of land nt ut o beginning, and bounded on the ore conveyed to Mary Lucia Part- land sold to the said David B, Bird 1oe for iess and a100 feet East and Jf lionlcelou, as shown by map
k o2 th ee Whe regat e sn Doya out andg
sadlto ad constituting aar Nrtesdeofsadoealetretort lx00ectsnouhestcounigtefdayof heAtanicCostth S crnraftot58 Aout ureyran cntinng7%aces
part of the Eastern part of lot Num- o th ny Dogwood Street as ex- ridge by Maria L. Crovatt and er heretofore mentioned, thence run- t Vest ---e Or less, bounded North or le said Addition of record bered 2 of Andrew Denham's Addi- tented, on the East byland of R. C. husation, and the lot conveyed to ing in a straight line Easterly ie store now a or formerly of in ie Clerk's Olicn of said County; tion to said Town of Monticello, oic ell pson, on the South by land of saiod Mary Lucia Partridge by Kate through a point 506 feet North of s c aie Raysor, East by Drug Sid lot Measuring 10 feet square.
Florida, according to map or plat A. ). Grardeau and on the West i. Fildes and her husband, both the Northeast corner of the land o'e non or formerly of Johnson o ult t of taxes ---------- 33.28
of said addition as recorded in said ny land of '. D.. Girardeau, said eeds being of record in the Clerk's soldtWo -onrad Stoeer as aforesaid brouteis, West by Jefferson Street, Lots 1 and 4 of Block 29 (being
reoref i aisCek' ffceotDudeandheNrtiytansnooanne' AdtsntosadTonofcetondedexctedy .J.LusnLt22sacrdnitdteOlariad County of Jefferson.tsertieL;ofadblc)f WiDeeds
Cleferk's office of Jefferson County, iDand being the same land conveyed o tice of sFloai a llCu adoyf t e o rn d tas corn e boueoeary of said and L 'of the brick store and im-l re
, theEa en bondary said nd aBiof hentoklstrei ad im-txes ---o-said--oc$3o53.r80
Florida in Deed Book "C" page 545.m ouote hE bart to Diram M. Clark by $35.8 n AmOunt of taxes $44.70 provements thereon, being the same astern AddiLon to the said Town
T..t certairIn e with the' exception of the following and wile .oy eed dated October Lo c k 6 Wirick's Addition to l ht eti elett yn rprya a cnee oRc-0 otclo a hw ympo
described property, to-wit: -Con- : i~t A..L). 191-, an 'corded in the teT~no obelFoia n en ntecroaelmt fanW odnde-yA'rwpa fsi diino eodi
mencing at the NW corner of that records of the Clerk f the Cireui Animount of taxes ---------- 15.10 Monticello in Jefferson County enham Master n Chancery on the deed book I page 6 of the pubf
certa-n parcel of land which was Court of said County of Jelterson A Lot of ground in John E. Wir- Florida, and known and designate ll ay of April 1879. Recorded iic records of said County of Jefferconveyed to Rosabelle Mills, wife of n Deed Book-"I" page 43. Mary ick Addition to the Totno of onti- as lots 7, 8 & 9 as shown upon the in eed Book "P" folios 565-568, son,-and to which reference is herethe.said Town of Magopety arls of la stae lyinnh and ng Soh 1 fh thene r g wh in toat hm s cofvsaid
Daniel B. 'Mills, by J. F. Williams N.Cor, the grantor above named celio i Lo a. '8 commencing at map of Academy Heights Subdi-vi- ienerson County, Florida.- ny made; said lots hereby conveye
and wife, by deed January 22, 1907 Is tie ido and only heir at law tie SW corner running North Sion which map is of record in the Ais0 all that certain lot, piece and as a whole measuring 20 w feet North the of te said Hlran M. Clark. Am- leet, then hast 1001 feet then South office of the Clerk of the Circuit parcel of land situate in the town of and South by 11 feet East and
an record d in the office of the er dtead oeme 1s$..191 and t d ate d o 3, 1o19, reorde Ot Cont Dedo Jefferpae 84son and State of Amun ootxk ida,- $5.6 xep-rhtihntrhdedowng dhescrib-a
Clerk of the -Circuit Court of Jeffe- ount of -txes 0. i oeet, taen We st to the starting Court of Jefferson County, Florda Monticellio in the County of Jeffer- West, and being bounded on the
son County, Florida in Deed Bok Being in the Town-of Monticelo, t is South of Lot nlow in Deed Book "HH" page 484. son and State of Florida, amid des- North by i Sn
S"CC" page 266, and to which refer- Jefferson County, Florida, and desi Or i(rmerly of Bob Neais and Delia Amount of taxes ---------- $24.24 cbed on the plat of said town of by a street separating said lots and
encee is hereby made, and running cribbed as all tnat certain portion of ryat an orders on Water Street The following lands situated and rec in the Clerk's office in said residence lot of e Jn Hn
n e h u d td N b s a w e c t w c i e r eno f t s .Sn $- 4 o r l p- a o r e s i d l d k n o n a n d r i d e e o o k L age 3 A n d
thence South d0 feet, th t he Au of Seeton 3n Townshp the O ou th. Amount o taxes lying and being in the County of Lounty in Deed Book "G" as the ry, on the South by. Pearl Str eet
ning East t81 feet, thence running North o Range East, w thich is -------------------------- .4u Jefferson, and State of Florida o01 the S of Lot 58 oin the NE and on the West by the W2 of said
North 100 feet, more or less, and to flounoed by a t a-eline commencing at A lot of ground marked by stakes and known and described as all of corner of Jefferson and -Dogwood Block 29, and being the same lots
the Southern border of Washington a point on the North side of Pearl nleasrsimg oe i feet by a0 feet lying the E of the SW of Section 19 street measuring 25 feet North and or parcels of lands conveyed to J.Street. thence running West along treet, and at the SE corner of that in the of the of t he Sout part of Lot in Township 2 North of Range 5 South and ot0 feet East and West B. and E. J. Knight by 'William C.
lthe Southern border of Washington certain ten acre tract of land which in the urveyed plat of J. E. Wir- East except 26 acres off the South irom said Streets, respectively. 'yThornton and wife by deed dated Street 8 feet to the point of begin- was conveyed to Samuel L. Moore ick Addition, the border street on end thereof. Also two certain par- Except that lot deeded to J. F. October 17, 1935. Amount of tax' nmg; said land being unded ny. Baiy and wife, by deed tie North and Jessie nt. on the East, cels of land in the Northern addi-Wlliae sande J R. Johnson by John es t ei a p$127.80
the North by Washington Street, on (dated January 26th, 1882, and of Deing tne property conveyed by lion to the Town of Monticello, Iy- H. Perkins, N'o-veber 3, 1915 and All that certain tract, piece or
fersn ad Sate f Foria, mre astby Lt 1, ad Wet b riht tenc Wet 1 erintec ruobng West Nofrthe Nortahengtn Streeorecorded in te Clerk' off"ice pace Wsno bynd, e situat ed, l in n the East by lands formerly owned record in the office of the Clerk o oin E. 2i0ic s AberthMCoy by int West of the Northern en f recorded int Deed Book "M- page Parcel of land, situated, lyio an by Mrs. Francis A. Mills and Wil- te Circuit Court of said- County o0 deed dated August 3, 1884, and re- th[e aforedescribed land and known 241 in the records of Jefferson being in the Town of Monticello in l Pa n M. Dawkins, oll the South by Jefferson in deed nbook pages o rt o0 November 24, 1t87 in the nd designated as Lot 3 and the S County, Florida, said part of lot 58 Jefferson County, State of Florida,
tiaxe $36.80so heSot wit Ivfrsnin and bgonkh Cunyan as lin'es opaiageeSret.Aout ftaes.$275.5eroetywhcnws oneedby Teeoloin dsriedlnd2st
lands now or formerly of L. J. Daw- 122-124; and thence running North puonaic records of Jefferson County, oT Lot 4. Said lands containing in ileasuring 22 feet East and West and more particularly described as, kins, and on the West by lands for- 2-1 feet thence West 100 feet thence loida, in' Deed Book "T at pag te aggregate 64 acres more or less. on Dogwood Street and extending All of Lot 1 as formerly laid out and merly owned by Junius Turnbull, rilnn.ng outh 230 feet, and to the 4l. Amount f taxes ------ $106.5 Save and except and subject to the o0 feet North and South, and being surveyed by John Johnson, County said lot of land constituting a part North side of said Pearl Street, Lot o0xl00 feet ,n Southeast cor- right of way bf the Atlantic Coast the SE corner of lot 58. Amount S E containing 7 acres,
of the Eastern part of Lot No. 2 of thence running East along the eri of SW/4 of Lot 4, of Porter's Line Railroad extending across the of taxes----------------rb 80.24 more on less according to te ointh Est 10 fet 'n to 23.7 of ontiello Jeferso Couty, nd Carke andruning"henc-Norh8veed2b MahlarDugla toeouis thesamelandnwhih owee covey
ntW h tntttn rainMtcrcelCof4lnndssr dnt TCr ltnPuaee ecd f feoC noon1ond i sfecd
Andrew Denham's addition to said ,oth sie of said Pearl Street 100 nation to thle Town of Monticello, NEd corner of the first described Tiat e o a e Plan of said Towl of Moiti
Town of Monticello, Florida, accord- feet, and to the starting point. The I- Fioria. Amount of taxes $100.11 prcel of and. Said lands being cribed as being bounded by a line cello as recorded in the Office of
arcel of~~ ~~ I'e North 120 feet of Lot 4 of wore particularly 'described -nakmeciga h onro
ing to a map or plat of said addition parcel o land conveyed being He noth s T of ot Nf ort y scommiencing at the NW corner of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ofrecortded in said Clerk's office of bounded on the North by lands now PalAmer's Addition to said Town of certain deed executed 'by J. J. Luns- Lot 229 according to the Old or said County of Jefferson in Deed Jeffersot- County, Florida. in Deed or formerly f Samuel L. Moore, on Monticehio, Florida, as laid out by ford as commissioner to Lee A. Original plan of said Town as dook "G" page 1 Said land herebyBook "C" page 545.. Amount o taxes the East by a street separating same benjamin a)dworth, and being more Shepherd and Emma H. Shepherd sown by map or plat thereof re- conveyed being also known as the --------u from Lot now or formerly of Daniel particularly described as comenc- bearing date October 13, 1898 and corded in office of Circuit lda Skannal land" and being
taxes------ $3.80 f of tncorded in Office of Clerk of Cirtt o p o
That certain lot pieceorparcel of B. Bird, o n the South by Said Pearl lag at the NW corner of said Lot 4, recorded in thle office of the Clerk Court of said County of Jefferson take fro theW of th SWw of
land situate lying and being in the Street and on the West by residence and running thence East 200 feet, of the Circuit Court of Jefferon Deed Book "G" page 1, areference Section 19 in Township 2 North of Town of 'Monticello, Jefferson Courn- lot now or formerly of H. R. Engle- thence running South 12 0 feet County, Florida in Deed Book "X" to which is iereby made, and run- Range 5 East, nd adjoining the ty, and State of Florida, described man, and being the same lot or par- thence running West 200 feet, page 388. Amount of taxes__$134.90 ning thence North 165 feet, 'thence North side of said Town of Montias follows: Town Lot number 33 of cel of land which was conveyed to thence running North 120 feet to All those certain lots, tracts or running East 257 feet, thence run- cello as originally laid ot, but now the said Town of Monticello, accord- H. M. S.mpson and Mary E. Simp- starting point, being the property parcels of land situate, lying and ning South 165 feet, thence running within the Corporate limits of said ing to a map or plat of said town as son, by Daniel A. Malloy by deed conveyed to E. H. Flipper by deed being in the Town of Monticello, West 257 feet to the starting point Town as since extended, with the t recorded in the office 'of the 'Clerk dated November 1st A. 1917, and dated October 3, recordede d oe- County of Jefferson and State of amount of taxen d$5.6 exception of the followin desenribeof thesCircit Court of saidCourty of record in said Clerks office in er 13,1919, in the publicrecords Florida andmore particularly des- Thatcertain lot parcel of lan ed property, tiowit:
of Jefferson rn deed book .G page deed book "Le" at page 326, refer- nf Jefferso County, Florida, in cibed as follows, to-wit: Town situated and being in the Town of Lot 4 cnveyed on May 17,. 19 7
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --$7.8original plan of the Town of 'Mon- afQres~d amdkonrn cib- in Deed Book "LL" page 313 and
and bounded oen the North by town ence to whidh is hereby ,made, of taxes -.....2 ...$74 siadkonadds
" "lot nmubered 54 on the East by Amount of taxes---------.$121.66 The NEi/ of the SE'! lying West tcello as recorded in the office of ed as Lot 16 in the Parkhill Atddition Deed Book "NN", page 309, of the
Waukeenah Street (on road) on the The N of Lot 3 in the Eastern, of the "New Road" containing 30 the -Clerk of the Circuit Court of of said Town of Monticello, measur- public records of Jefferson County, South 'by 'Washington Street and on. Addition Of the Town of. Monticello, acres more or less;" also all of that Jefferson County, Florida, in Deed lag 200, feet East and West and 164 Florida, and also with the excepthe West by Town Lot numbere'd34. Florida, as laid off affd numbered porton of the SE!4 of the SEY4 des- Book "G" page 1, said two lots feet North and South and being the tion of the following described
Amount of taxes -'----...$146.30 by Benjamin Dilworth containing cribed as commencing at a point 5 measuring 100 feet square and con- same land' conveyed to Mahala property, to-wit:
All that certain parcel of land ly- acre of land -more or less, 'and chains west of the SE cnrer of said stitut~ng what is commonly known Doug-as by Jefferson M. Lamar by Lots 5 and 6 conveyed on Januarying and' being in the County of Jef- bounded on the North by Lot 2, last described forty, and running as the "Perkins Block", bounded on deed dated August 4th, 1884 and 21, 1913 to -Lewis and Capitola
ferson and State of ,Florida, more East by Lot 10, and West 'by right thence West 15 chains, thence run- the North by Washington Street, recorded -in the 'Clerk's office of Washington ,by deed recorded' in
particularly described as follows:, of way 'of Seaboard Air -Line Rlail- ning North 20 chains, thence run- on time East by the Court House Jefferson County, Florida. in Deed D'eed Book "JJ" a ae44o h
The E of W of Lot number 54, way. Amount :of taxes $100..44 ning East 15 chains, thence running Square, on the South by Lot 18, Book "5" pages 239 & 240, except public records of Jefferson County,
Old Plan of Monticello. Amount of The following described lands to- South 20 chains to starting point and on the West 'by Mulberry the portion of the above described Florida. Armunt of taxes __$27.O
tae-----------$680wt ligan'd being in the ,County and also lying West of said "New Street. Amount of taxes__ $2,757.45 property which a ovydb The following described land, sit'Commen cing at a point on the of Jefferson, Florida as follows; Rod"alo adlands being in The following piece or parcel of MaaaDouglas to Lamech Tylor uate, lying and being~irn the 'County
South side of Dogwood Street 90 The E of lot 7 according to the Section 19, Township 2 Nrhofland, situated lying and being in by deed dated January 1, 1907 and of Jefferson, State of F1orida, tofeet -East of the intersection of saint plan of said addition tsad Town Range 5 East, and containing in the the town of Monticello, in the recorded in the public records of wit: What is known as theii "H-ooten
Dogwood Street with the East si-dc of Monticello as laid out by Ben- aggregate 60t acres more or less. County of Jefferson and State of Jefferson County, Florifa, in deed Place" and -containing 19 acres of
ofthe "Alley" separating the ,origin- jamin Dilworth and measuring 200 A mount of taxes -- ....$357.82 Florida and bounded by a line coin- book "ERE" at page 53,' and also land alld situated in the NE', of
al Town of 'Monticello, Florida fro feet North and South and' 100 feet Th1os cetan.ot or parcels. of mencing at the NW corner of Town except the portion of the above the SEI4 of Section 30 in Township
the Eastern Addition thereof; adEasi and Westi Amount of taxes__ Landa lying and being in the Town Lot 230 formerly owned by T. L. described property which was con- 2 North of Ranige 5 East, and being running thence ,East 160 feet and to ...............$23.70 of Monticello, Jefferson County, and Clarke, and running thence North veyed by Mahala Douglas to Louise the same lands which were convey.the -Presbyterian-Church Parsonage All that certain lot, piece or par- State of Florida an'd described as 780 feet, thence Eagt, 157 feet, and Cuylem byv deed dated August 29, d to Simon Simon by Charles Htoo--lot, thence running 'South 200 feet cel of land lying and being in the follows: to-wit: Lots 204, -206, 207, to the land n-ow or" formerly of C. 1910, and recorded in the publicie ten by deed dated February 9th, A.
and t Washington Street, thence run Town of Monticello, Jefferson Corm. 224, 205 and 227 as -described in the T. Carroll, thence South 780 feet, records of Jefferson 'County, Flor-i D. 1883, and which .is of record in -ning'West" and along the North side ty, and State of Florida, described plat or plan of 'said Town of record and -thence West to the starting id-a in deed book "F-F" at page 320. the office of tihe Clerk of Circuit
of said Washington Street, 160 feet as fol:lo~s: Commencing at the la- mn the Clerk's office in the Court point, and bounded also on the Amount, of taxes-............$8.42 Court of said County of Jefferson ~
and to the lands formerly owned by tersection of Washington Street House in the said .Town of Monti- North by a Street 60 feet wide, Stuate in the Town -of -Monticel- in deed book "R" page 366, refer- ?i
Abe& Fan 'L Sion thnceru- with the lane or alley directly West cello in Deed Book "-G" page 1. dedicated as a public street and ex- ho, Florida, and known and describ- ence to which deed is hereby made i;<
nig othtote tatngpon.Teof and adjoining the lot no rfor- Amount of taxes------$:399.51 tension of Bloomer Street West, ed as follows, to-wit: Lot No. 6 of for a more particular description ofsaid lot hereby described embracing merly of Mrs. Mary D. Partridge Thosc certain lots or parcels of East by land n~w or formerly of C. tle "Andrew Denham Addition" to said' 10 acres; but saving and' ex- -what is known as the old "Smith and running thence due North to land lying and being in the Town T. Carroll, South by the North end said Town of 'Monticello. as shown cepting therefrom three certain lots Simpkins Homestead." Amount -of Dogwood Street, thence 'due 'est 0f Monticello, Jefferson County, and of Pine Street and by town l.ot 230 by map or plat o-f said Addition as (each 100 feet square) situated in
taxes---------------......' $343.89 210 feet, thence due South to Wash- State of Florida, to-wit: Lots 225 and West by. land, conveyed by Ed- recorded in office of Clerk of Cir- the SE corner thereof previouslyThe following described land, sit- ington Street, and thence East to and 2:26 .as described in the pint or ward B. Bailey, and Carrie P. Bam- cuit Court of said County of Jeffer- conveyed by F. L. Simon and wife
uate, lying and being in the Town of starting point, and being 'bounded plan of said Town of record in the Icy his wife to William P. -Gran- son :n 'Deed Book "C" page 545, and to the following named parties:
Monticello in the County of Jeffer- on the North by Dogwood Street, Clerk's office of the Circuit Court tham. Also all that certain piece to which reference is hereby made; John W'lliams; Edward Wilsonm,
son anfd State of Florida, to-wit: on the East by said lane and alley of said County in the Court House or parcel of land in the Western but saving and excepting a strip off and An'nie Morgan, said deeds being Lots numbered 1, 2, 3, & 4 of (and dividing said land from lot now or in the said Town of Monticello, in part of the Town of MWonticello the entire west side thereof meaes- of record in said Clerk's office rebeing all of) Block numbered 1 of formery of M.Wrs. Mary D. Partridge deed book "G" page 1. Amount of which is bounded by a line com- uring 75 feet wide previously con- spectively in Deed Book "CC" page ,- Wirick's Eastern Addition of said on the South by Washington Street,, taxes-----------$21.87 mencing at a point 5 chains, and 90 veyed to Ibison B. Ridgeway as 480, deed book "II" page 252 and
Town of Monticello, Florida accord- and on the West 'by lot now or fo- The following lot or parcel of links South of the NW cornier (on shown by deed therefor of record deed book "II" page 491; reference ing to thme map or plan of said-Addi- inenly of James F. Henry, and being land lying, 'being and situate in the Bloomer Street) of the lot or parcel in deed book "SS" page 483 records to which said deeds is hereby made tion as recorded in the Clerk's Of- the sn-me lot conveyed to Ella H. Town of Monticello, County of Jef- of land conveyed to William P. of said County of Jeffersoni, and for a particular description of said
ice of said County of Jefferson, McRae of the first part by Mrs. Vim- ferson, and .State of Florida, and Grantham by Edward B. Bailey by also saving and excepting so much excepted portions.
State of Florida, in deed book "I" ginia Wel by deed dated January known and described as the lot of deed dated August 27, 1888 and re- of Lot No. 6 as is encased within ('Continued on Page Six)
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six THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1942
PAY TRIBUTE TO AIR 'BETWEEN US'GIRLS' Remarkable Ramie Demonstration ...^d d t ale t rah Simonrby
IT.. deed dated May 13th, 1889 and reREPORTERS IN 'BERLIN WINS GAY APPROVAL corded in Clerk's office of said
.CORRESPONDENT' county in deed book "U" page 594;
Recommended as one of this sea- .ana running thence West 76 feet;
It is generally known that the son's most entertaining comedy in- thence running North 118 feet;
Gestapo and, indeed, Hitler himself novations, "Between Us Girls" prob- thence running East 76 feet; thence
fear American newspaper men ably merits a few more comnplments ing point. The lands hereby conabove all others. And for obvious than any similar movie release of veyea being situate n the town of
reasons. American reporters are recent months. There are however, -ionticello, Florida, and being a
traditionally trained to search for very few films in fhe current crop: portion of the North end of the
the truth and, when necessary, even which might be described as cm- NE / of the SW4 of Section 30,
the truth and, whe necessary, evenwhih ig r com- township 2 North, Range 5 East;
to fight for it. Now 20th'Century- parable to this very modern, com- and being the same lot of land
Fox pays tribute to these intrepid pletely diverting production. which was conveyed to Mrs. N. L.
newshawks in a film that thrillingly The Universal picture, cleverly Kennedy by Mrs. R. H. McClellan
reveals that Herr Hitler's fears are conceived and elaborately mounted,, d eioed aated January 2nd, 114,e
well-founded, "Berlin Correspond- opens Wednesday at the Katherine ndee, bo.i page 382, ana to
in deed bo.,i "l" p~~g 382, a dn to
ent," coming to the Katherine Thea- Theatre. which reference is hereby made
ire, Tuesday D'iana Barrymore, who co-stars Amount o taxes -------- $3.85
trewith Robert Cummings, gives a The West 25 feet of Lots 19 and
Here is a picture that should sharp performance. Kay Francis, a 2n being -more compl etely desprove to be a veritable headline John Boles, Andy Devine, Walter cribed as follows: Beginning at a
bombshell. It concerns a courage- Catlett, Ethel Griffies and Guinn point 75 feet West of the NE corner
ous Yankee reporter who is lured Williams all have strong supporting of said Lot 26, and -on the North
iiie thereof, and running theh. e
into a Nazi trap by the Gestapo's roles. West and along the North line of
loveliest blonde bait. .- said Lots 26 and 25 a distance of 75
feet, thence running South a disThe cast includes lovely Virginia Birds Could.Not Fly ance of 2 feet, thence running South a point onsGilhnore, who will be remembered The world's earliest, most prim- thane South e of said Lot 20, pothence
for her work in "Tall, .Dark and itive birds thal lived 150 million running East and long the South
fly running East and along the South Handsome" and "Western Union," e '_y line of said lots 20 and 19 a distance
Dana Andrews, recently seen to ad- "Swamp Water," Martin Kosleck of io feet, thence running North a
vantage in ",Ball of Fire" and and Mona Maris. istanof22( fee, andtothe point
t iof beginning, all of said above men,.tioned lots being situated in the
_ _-orig.nal plan of the Town of Monticello, Jefferson County, Florida,
according to map or plat thereof
a'~~'N n e o',v..~:,-,O f47.4~:S. ren r ad iin the amdB o unts'st
Winter Park: Agricultural and industrial leaders witness interesting demonstration of "Nanjer. of reoe rd n the Deed Book $1G at new deco ticating machine designed by S. L. St. John for separating bark, fiber and gum without pn addition totheamounts $138.00set injury, in form most desired by manufacturers and textile mills. This demonstration was ar- opposite each parcel of land in the
ranged by Dr. Brown Landone of Winter Park. Shown in the group are, left- to .right: Mr. G. foregoing schedule, interest and
H. Erk Wiersdale, Russell Kay, Florida News Seivice, Tampa, Pedro A., Perez, Inter-Amercan penalties as provided by law, on
Development Co., representing agricultural and industrial interests of Central and South Am',-r such delinquent taxes, together with Commissioner of Agriculture, Hon. Nathan Mpyo, F..W. Bender, Sanford. Dr. Brown La" a proportionate part of the costs
who staged dem ustration. S. L. St. John. inventor of. Nanjer, demonstrating its operation and expenses of this suit, are sought
Major Edward T. Keenan of the Keenan Laboratories, Frostproof. to be enforced and foreclosed in
this suit.
- You are hereby notified to appear
1 f7l_ .' Situate, lying and being in the said lot 13, and thence running and make your defenses to said Bill
County of Jefferson, State of Flor- North and to the" starting point, and of Complaint on or before the 4th C1 :;i 01 known and described as containing 1 acre, more or less, and day of January, 1943, and if you fail
s :tuate in the town of Monticello, being the same lot or parcel of land to do so on or before said date the
-ON FOR Bnaid County and State. and more which was conveyed to G rover C. Bill will be taken as confessed by
parlcolay described as follows, Allmon by John Pasco, as Receiver you and you will be barred from lo-wit: Beginning at the NE corner of Jefferson County State Bank, a thereafter contesting said suit, and of Lot 13 of "Palmhner or Lyons Ad- Corporation, by deed dated Febra- said respective parcels of land will dition" to the said town of Monti- ary'10th, A. D. 1920, and of record be sold by decree of said Court for IN ? PRISO cello, as shown by map or plat of in said Clerk's office in deed book nonpayment of said taxes and intersaid addition as recorded in office "QQ" page 39, and to which refer- est and penalties thereon and the of Clerk of Circuit Court of said ence is hereby made, and embracing costs of this suit. County of Jefferson; said point be- the one story frame dwelling sit- In Witness Whereof, I have heretired machinist back ing on the South side of Pearl nate thereon. Amount of tax- unto set my hand and affixed the
Street; and from said point running es ---------------------- $29.90 official seal of said Court, this 24th
n harness puts 20% East along the South side of said day of November, 1942.
Pearl Street a distance of 210 feet; Commencing at a large Cherry. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) in War Bonds thence running South to the North- tree on the South side of the Palmer CLYDE H. SAULS,
ern boundary line of Dogwood Mill Road, 6 chains and 72 links, Clerk of said Court
Street; thence running West and East of the public road leading CLYDE H. SAULS
I ar used to be a first-class ma- along the Northern boundary line from Monticello to Waukeenah, Clerk Circuit Court Jefferson c, -t. Five yearsago he retired to Flor da, thence running South 8 County, Florida
live out the rest of his life on a pen- of Dogwood Street 210 feet, more chains and 79 links to the SW cor- IBy HATTIE MARY CLARK sion. or less, and to the SE quarter of ner of the lands conveyed by Mrs. Deputy Clerk
The other morning he showed up
AN HANY TO USE again at his old plant, which now ... ... ... .
makes war equipment, and asked
for his old job back. When payday
Savings Plan to put 20% of his pay
LONG TIME BECAUSE- I Bonds.
LON TIE BECAUSE ms Oscar's boy was on Bataan.
The Post Y7ou Can Save
e UseIOur s the Lneast You Can .
With people like Oscar making real
sLarifices to help win the war, is it
ELECTR IC IR O AN: o much for yo to put as'e as little You can
as 10% of your pay for War Bonds?
4 'n up for at 1 Id% at your place
We never turn our iron on until we are ready to b" ness tey ver t m e
Suse itsince it only takes about 2 minutes to heat up. Harold Teen says-every tim e
2 heat Harold Teen says-. ..,
SWe always use the automatic control by setting the UR grocer is really
indicator to the type of fabric we want to iron.
I a counselor on quality.
We never waste strength by pressing down on the When in doubt about brands,
iron because the heat and not weight does the work. his "extra something" can
guide your choice. Ask him
'We turn the iron back on the heel rest instead of what soft drink he has drunk
using the stand because it prevents scorching clothes. recently. 6 out of 10 grocers will :
SWe have repairs made at the first sign of trouble. tell you, "Coca-Cola".
' "On the level folks, we've all got to Every sip tells the story of quality i
* * *I buy more War Bonds! Let's top that in Coca-Cola. Ho deliciousand
10% by New Year's." in Coca-ola. HoW delicious and '
.,-*distinctive is its taste. How only
_d Id /W T~' (Continued from Page Five) Coca-Cola itselfoffersthistaste. How
-. Also, a certain other 8 acre tract it goes beyond mere thirst-quenching. How
IOR nof land situated West of and ad- it gives you a welcome feeling of refreshment.
On WrFOR.joining the above described 10 acre tract of land, and also being a por- How 57 years of experience give it outstandtion of the NE' of the SE% of said
O We are careful not to drop our iron or get it wer Section 30, Township 2 North of Range 5 East, and which is more
and always store it in a dry place after it cools. particularly described in thtt cer- Your grocer knows that when you ask for
/ tain deed from D. B. Mills and wife, Coca-Cola or use friendly abbreWe never iron over buttons, hooks, zippers, or to Frank L. Simon, dated May 25th, fredyabe [
a' hA. D. 1905, and of record in said aviation, Coke.. .you want the real thing.
other hard objects wich ill scratch the bottom Clerk's office in deed book "AA", The only thing like Coca-Cola is
page 496, and to which reference is
of the iron. hereby made for a more particular Coca-Cola, itself.
. description of said 8 acre tract; but Wartime limits the supply of Coca-Cola. Those
We remove burnt starch from the sole plate by saving and excepting from said 8 times when you cannot get it, remember: Coke,
*141 acre tract the following mentioned
running the hot iron over saltsprinkled on a clean 4 lots previously conveyed by said being first choice, sells out first. Ask for it each
piece of p er. F. L. Simon and wife, to following time. No'matter how short the supply, the quality
p of parties, viz.: to Clarrisa Griffith by o
deed recorded in deed book "CC" ofCoca.Cola carries on.
We keep our ircn clean, bright and smooth by page 381; to S. D. Clarke deed rewiping it with a damp cloth and then rubb~g a corded deed book "FF page 370;
COto Julia Parker deed recorded in~i little paraffin over it. deed book "CC" page 93; and wo
Ellen Thompson and husband deed
recorded in deed book"PP" page
We never let the iron cord come in contact with 349; each of said lots being 100 feet
the hot iron, water, grease or acids square and situated on the South
h side of said 8 acre tract and borderinlg oin the "Briar Patch Road" reference to said deeds being hereby
made for a particular description
of said excepted lots. Amount of
taxes ---------- $14.70
I That certain piece parcel or lot
'4 of land lying and being in the Town
FLORIDA PoZm .mli cO PA~lv of Monticello in the County of Jef- "Yes, ma'am. You're lucky. You know, it's
F ferson and State of Florida, describ- amazing how folks keep on asking for it, ed as follows: Lot 28 in Bowman's even when they're not sure they can get it The bent is always the better buy
Subdivision "A" to the Town of as often in wartime, as before. It's the real
Monticello, Florida according to a
map or plat of said subdivision "A" thng, all right."
BUY WAR SAYN S 80 N DS TODAY! which appears in the public records
of Jefferson County, Florida in deed BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY
lHook "'HH" at page 485. Amount
- of taxes ...." at p .age.. n$1.15 MONTICELLO COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1942 THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MONTICELLO, FLORIDA SEVEN
WHEELER-DEVANE MOSELEY HENRY ........'... BETHEL HOME
r .s -- IS ASSISTANT S.A.L. W AUK MIE NA DEMONSTRATION CLUB
Social A ctivities Mrand. Mrs. Jams E. Wheeler AGRICULTURAL AGENT ( HOLDS MEETING
announce the engagement and ap- ...............
Matter or copy for the Social Co1umn to be sent to Miss Helen M. proachin'g marriage of their distbt, Moseley Henry has been appoint- Miss Mamie Russell died, Wednes- The Bethel Home Demonstration
Bowen, Phone 8-R. not later than Tusday of each week Jania Elizabeth to Pfe George ed assistant agricultural agent for day night, at the home of Dr. and Club met at the school house, Nov.
Thqris Dee h the Sea'bard Air 'Line Railway, ac- Mrs. W. H. Waler in Lamont after 13, -wmithi thirteen members present.
CloWeeegsth nydagghtqr cording to a recent announcement a long and usef' life of eighty-ive The meeting was called to order by
Lt. (jp C.,NW. Pittman, U.S.N.R., Mrs. David Linebaugh and Miss of the late Mr. and \frs. Thomas made by J. N. McBride, general year. Funeral services at Lanment iew President Mrs. Thomas Green,
and Mrs. Pittman are spending the Sarah Kuder are arriving, Wednes- Cary Wh eler who were. life. long agent. Methodist dhurch were conducted opened with song followed by roll
week with Lt. Pittman's parents, day, to spend Thankagivlng and the residents of this eunty. She Is a Henry will assist R. S. Dowell in by Rev. H. W. Tyler and Rev. H. L. call and minutes. Mrs. R. M. Gilbert
Dr. and- Mrs. Pittman, of Commerce, coming week end with their parents zraduath of thd iMonticello ligh sponsoring developments at points Boyd. Interment was in Waukee-n
Ga. At the end of Lt. Pittman's fur- Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt :Kuder. Mr. Selool. For the past several yeqrs along the Seaboard lines in lower nah. president read the new pomittees
lough, Mrs. Pittman will return to Linebaugl will join them' here for she has been eniployed in the Coun- central Florida and will establish to serve foa the year, which closed
Monticello. Sunday when all three will return ty nts office. eaPlant City. Wm. Tyler left for Ganp Shelby, the business meeting.
enha .. Baileyto Jacksonville. Pfc DeVane is the eldest son of Moseley Henry is a naive of this Miss., onThursday ight after t n Mrs. Jimmie Dhvis and Mrs. Toin
John Denham Bailey who has r Mr. and Mrs. ft. 11. DeVane ot ibis county where he was graduated days' furlough spent with his. par- Clark give a demonstration on
been having a short furlouh ps Mt G city. For the past eight months he from the local high. school. After ents, Rev. and Mrs. Tyler. pumpkin and sweet potato pie'makof which he spent in Florida, re- ville, with her daughter, Catherine, has been'in the services of the Unit- at D'" in inkita
turned on Sunday to California, spent Friday in Monticello ase one Yearoli Davien Colhe Uing l with Mrs. Loeb'e assistance af
w here he has been stationed fo guests of Dr. and M s. j. B. Br ou ed at Ca p C C oor a o N north Garolina, he enter e e see, spent Sunday ith her ith r, i caonr gT. ednextsmeeting.will and versify Caso, Florida, Gaiesvlle EdGafaige-' '~ a cocosta. parnet meatin ill
seeralonths. M'wren Brote to Panac ughte The weding will be pome time in ceiving his bachelor's'degree in ag- 1G 'e a Christmas'partyat Mrs. Bilin-iss Carolfne Brinson spent the' tey, en kot- tao r for seec er*r-l riculture in 1938. nMr aid Mrs. Edwin G sis with Mrs. Gilbert as co-hostess.
week end as the guest of Mr. and weeks. Mrs. Susnne Nichols, Miss Lucile Since graduation he has been an n6unce the birth of a son, Friday
Mrs. Randolph Turnbull of Jackson- ---Nichols and Miss Valrie Nichols, of instructor in vocational -agriculture November 20, at their home in WeVille. Aliss Bunny Turnibull was a week- Delray Bege, andDr. W. F. Ioch. in Plant Ci laucePlantation. I -end visitor in Columbus, Ga., where alsRo oDly ahnHmA T
Mrs. S. D. Clarike, Mrs. NB. Car- she was the guest of friends and at- 'ich., spent last week e nd here OLIN COOKSEY'
michael, Mrs-...Sidney R'obertson of tended the Auburn-Georgia football with Mr. and, rs. Charles'Simpson. FLIERS FULLBICK S DOUBL 'EA4T'URE
SimpsonER FULLBACK
- Gainesville and Mrs. J. U. 'Brinson game., / Other guests on Sunday were Dr. Quitman, Ga., Nov. 2f.-Mrs. W. Friday & Saturday, Npv 27-28
wer e among those enjoying a trip D. I Rainey and Mrs. G. Harley U. S. Naval A'r Station, Jackson- D. Hiscock, 'beloved Brooks County o
to Paaea last week end. 1 allahassee. Ville, Fla.-A plucky lad is Slailor wotian, died at her ihuie in this
' __and Mrs. Wilin A.'Moore, Jr., and No 2- WESTENHMAIL
rand Mrs. 'M.-HuseyofTam-y on,WilliamA. Mo, Jand 'Olin Gooksey who plays fullback county Freday night following an No. 2Mr. andlrs. M. J. Hulsey of Ta oung son, William II., of Jackson 'Mrs. Stanley Adams, Miss Frances for the Naval Fliers football team- illness of several months. She Wa s
pa, e Mlr at M. heWo their Si, fe tors in Monticello on /Adams and Stinley Adams, Jr., of plucky 'because he chose to come born ip Galway County, Ireland\ in
ends, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Kuder, Jasper, and Mrs. C. C. Tarplee "nd out ftr football "after an airplane 1872 and lived i Loidon," England, MIDNIGHI SHOW
ast Thursday. sDorothy Shuan, yougaghter all daugliter, Patty, of Charles- crash nearly ended his life last Jan- before coming to Atiherica it 1888. SATURDAY NIGHT Nov. 2(11 p. m.
I town, W. Va., en route to Tallahas- uary; and because he's making a Her home has been at GiboVervillR
nCaptan and Mir. Jeo M.'Biink .ee osn3 i dn topped berfeSaturday, for a lasbcditelhl fights plug the Fliers' Brooks County, for the past 45 MA FR ,
.nd daughter, lla Jo,' visited Capt. Port Royal, S. C., -has returned home shr ii ihfins f' la ithoe f ight to eol g te Fauist yeros HEn~ o heps 1AD~QUARTERS.
-Bilinski's parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. AVI after spendling several months -here ~ot ii ihfins ulak-hl,.sne'ereFu~tyas
JBiiski, for a fe dandys. M. eth he nds as1. d r Mr. Jean 'Williams and fr Mon was forced to the sidelines. - She is survivedd by her httbatid He's ly -errific
J. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~P H.inki forif a fe days.l wihtergadarns r.AdrA.M.JanWlimsadir.1l
Joe Shuman. She was accompanied m Cooksey hasn't .compiained'about and eight children:Mrs. sUNDAY & MONDAY
' as far as Waycross, Ga., by hie bi he rrd in tMi af the it much but the facts are that he tian, John and Vesey fiscock of NOVEMBER 2 & 30
Mrs. H. W. Willis of Ocala, Fla., grandmother, who spent the weel business anhuntng trip iiv~ere crackedsup iq a sn'owstorm'in'Tren- Quitman, Ga.; Mrs. A. N. Wattes of
has received word that her son' end there with relatives.ut- '' W t e ton, Ont., last winter whin he was Monticello, Fla.; Miss Graet 14,4b9
Kenneth Rector. who is a'-pilpt of ", parents' a pilot in the Rdyal Cana'dfan Air of Panama City Fla.; Dr. W. 0 Slficr in the Royal Canadian Air 'Lieut. Hill Gilbert Hughes, who Force. Flying alolne, and only fqur cock of Orlando, Fla.;-Pt(. Thomas A T OEl
Force is- now, stationed* somewhere has been spendinga shortfurlough Mr' and Mrs. Datte H.- Mays veeks from receiivng his "wings" E. Hiscock of Fresno, Calif.; gids
overseas. at home, let as Friday~ for~h Green- I $Bft18*PRy
left last Friday for Green. have as guests during the Thanks- he crashed and was hospitalized for Ann Hiscock of Daypna Beach, Fl I vif~le,'S C., where he is now sti their son inlaw 58 days with a crushed .back -and and three grandchildren, Miss ReMr. and Mrs. Moseley Henry of tioned. 'i'a holidays, r an Ms Henr busted jaw. becca Christian of Quitman and Bik
"Hnyand daughter, Mr'. -and Mrs. Hemnry bustnd Raw.rta- becca Gof Ostih&. Pln ity, with their Young -son,,~ Searyd sonh ha a
haeeent ci th thers ouMr.eng sonhr ----earcy 'and small so enry,Jr., This 'all happened afte he had aly and Roberta- Hiscck of Orladb.
have been recent guests of Mr. Hen- Mrs. Richard Simth her on Tallahassee; ao their little starring season with the Toronto -- --ry's mother, Mirs. D. A. Malloy. It is td Detand to-hbe -with lier mother, gaduhtrFanieMlno, argnts who won the Eaten-- *-~~~E ry. ConIer granddaughter, Francine Miliinor, 'Argonauswho the 7Eastern
understood that Mr., Henry has been Mrs. E 14. Conrad, during the ab- of hadiaon Mrs.'Millinor has join- Canadian title. Cooksey grabbed a an.
of Mdisn. !rs.MillnorA CL'L A
appointed agrictilture agent for the sence of Mr. Conrad, who was call- ed Mr. Millinor 'at Camp Bragg, N. punt and raced 110 yards for the de ancitudi
Seaboard Railroad. The couple will ed to Springfield, Mich., because of 'Ofrafwdas'sa.A winning score inl the title game.
II G. o e as ty
continue to make their home in the illness in, a! base .hospital. of his Flying hopes dashed after release The Aucilla'Home Demonstration *WS
Plant City. '1 son, Bob' Conad.' Mr. andi rs. Doris Gandy of Tal- from the hospital, the lapa Tor- Club held its regular meeting in the
la see and the letter's mother. nado rned to his Florida home hoMne of -rs. Wallace McLeod ont 4l ueReeae evey ou
-' ,' ''. nc mothr. etuunedFlorda hse f -.1X f isue-Released every four'
Mrs. F. B. -Matthews, of Macon, Ga., to rest. But Pearl Harbor was deep Wednesday, November 18, with Mrs, were ,dinner guesf- oui ,Sunday, of in ;his blood and he enlisted in the Wallace McLeod, vice president, DII EARLY! Mr. Gandy's mother, Mrs. E. Gandy, Navy, 'April ,15,' as 'ani apprentice presiding. g DAV
at her home in East End. seaman. Spending four months in A short business meegng was TUE1SAY, E1IlDER I.
In ,Addition to al nds of flowers and plants, we have -a lovely Norfolk,,Va., in recruit training, held; roll call, minutes of last meetadift sop ell dstocke foers aou plantswe hayng aCAT C C Cooksey arrived at the Jacksonville 'ng, and committee reports were
ell 'stocked for your Christmas buying, CATHOLIC CHURCH Naval Air' Station, August.I. taken care of. Plans for a Ghrfst-J See our old-fashioned, semi-,antique and antique glass and china Mass every Sunday in the Monti- Tw desires wefe '-throbb ag -n nias party were made. Mrs. Loeb
and also a big- assortmeint of the newest gift' items. cello Catholic Gurch at 11 o'closh, his heart ,as Lieut Hobbs Aams gave many interesting suggestions
Place your orders for wired flowers early and save disappointment war time. issued the first call for football can- for attractive and economicadidates; one was to 'play football, Christmas gifts which could be
9i 1/Y Ow / / d 9140 METHQDI CIURCH and the other was to give flying an- made with little 'ost. m
I -- I Ep 'I Nash. Pliulpot, Minister other try -- -Sujc fo ormetg
TELEPHONE 118-R WE DELIVER By November both Vwishes h "Substituting Syrup For Sugar."
---*-- --*! Church Sdho 19:30 A. MC a been fulfilled. An order' camne th-ru Mrs. J. I. Walker and Mrs. Wallace
- ornig Worship 11:30 o'clock telling him to report for cadet trai- 1cLeod very ably dVonst-ted the .I
Youth- Fellowship 7:00 P. M. ing at i pre-light school in tecim making of syrup pie, syrup pecan
Evening Worship 8:00 o'clock. h ber. pie and pastry. these were tested AE N F
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday eve- Against Spence Field, Cooksey ran by women present and found to be niag at 8:00 o'clock. wild to tally twoa touchdowns and very tasty, addg to this was theURS
aroma .?f hot coffteesrdbyt!
IT'S MY HIKE Abir Rehearsal, Thursday eve- pile up a total of iore than 200 aomt htcf served by thd DE ER 2 & 3
ning at 8:00 o'clock. yards from rushing. hss
He followed up with a touchdown enjoying this -meetig were Dia aARRYMORE
Of I'IRST BATITt -'asai-Csa Daniel Field and has be Mesd mesWal BileL b C
FIHRSTH a1lArsTIhem ton, J. 1 Walker, Elsie Leb, J. C. JMN S---.of thing ever since, Waldron and Hostess Wallace Me- t /
othns Lvrdine
Sunday School, 10:25. I. W. Shep- The. 22-yeyr-old 'ampa Tornado eo .
lherd, superintendent. played four years of fullback for Dozier Harrell, one of Jefferson
SHOA PING Morning Worship, J1:30. Monticello, Fla., and onc with Geor- county'ss 'leading negro farmers,
Training -Union--L6:50. gia Military Acadespy.. He was all- says a that he is proud of the two
Evening Worship. 8 o'clock. district three years, captained the War Bonds that he recently purPrayer Meeting, Wednesday eve- all-district for two years, and .never chased and he states that he will a F N S '
ning at 8 o'clock. scored less than 78 points per sea- sell a Victory Pig on December 7, K 8LES
son. His highmark was 9' points, to buy bonds to buy bullets 'toI ill 2ND. BAk TIST 'CHURCH 'Cooksey' has -the distinction of Japs. '--N Andy D'EVINE
Rev. Frank -Picern, Pastor laying on' the -first six-man foot- ; gy-4-gg
The services at the Second @ap~~- ball team in -Florida and was chosen John Lihsyy,"Idntlk_ UWRA ITR
4-Teserviuce hate eecangd, as on the American Boy's All-American a sneak and I'll scrap those vultures Also-.
fls Gluc aebe hne, sat left h~alf'back. ( -' with a Victory Pig on Decedilber 1. ggggUftg SERIALggg-gg
VISIT OUR NEW G4e-$ 4Sudysdoo g;a and he's missedhn onte actice &7rj U. S. WAR BONDS d-EW
__ BTU7'O0 ~since August '19, the Tampa cadet- -a "
RM S ..,7 P Y STO RE. o ock. to-be is doing escort duty as a sea- -FARM SI4PLY 0K E venng ervce-830 'clck.man guard.
* -Cooksey's determination and--a
Yessir, for easy shopping for feed or armtesup" pluck serve as a -challenge to other I
plies ouir new store 'is just the ticket. One stop brknahee.-Y-CA t$ I HS W Rand you can pick up most -everything you're/ -hoe'atles _YO A L WJ THS-AR
going to. need in the line of good Purinia
Chows, Sanitation ProdJucts or farm supplies HELP YoUN CotNwar
and equipment. Come in -and see afra today.',1
HEI/V ~e Are Autt rzed-by selling
-- Local Dealers for
PURINA CHOWS and SAIATION Oa
.q Purina Chpws are famous for results.
Time-tested -and .proved for over 48FR TA
- years, there's a Pulrinia Chow to mneetPa Loetris
pUIA your ,feeding need. Purixga Sanitation. Youy Lowest, Pricesr
CHO~g .Prodiucts are built to help you wage war / Everyday For Food atouOlCaPsSep
... do a better production job.- Piggly Wv iggly
agaist isese, nsets nd prastes-anvest your savings Y R q-1 edJp
2 ~in War Bonds to T, W. $HA
Jefferson County Feed Store Hasten The Victory *4It0h~~~ktL '1 Us-We'll Buy Yor Strap Thomasville Road
J.W.PAE AGENT PHONE 78-I




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THE SUNNY SIDE 'OF LIFE_4Understaniding Onle's Talents
ClGean~ Comics That ~ WlAmuse Bo th, ,Old and Youn It is an uncontrolled-truth that,
V V -who understood his own talents,,
V nor a good one who mistook them
- eg3 w-wit
SPORTING-- /.,
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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, November 21, 19421
OM85 BU 5T 000ON THE EER
a revelation." Has a bas~e of CUGI7
3y GRANVILLE CHURCH Grandm/a's/i tarine::"*~a
s/ W. N.UV.E.IE/ RUTH WYET PEARSj U doul suneoy AUCSHCE
THE STORY SO FAR: Jeff Curtis and up, Curt filled in the hole, covered and across the Negro into. Associathis wife Lee, are already on their, way :the 'ground with the brush and rub- ed, territory." MAKO LW O *CTTalent and Genius
from zoera Libtc hen wa reintem anot p bish -which had blown ag ntthe "Don't worry about me. I pan I IHAKYOEDoing. easily what othr, idi
coe *hnthyari6In'1er ibe ire. make it." difficult -is-.talent; domng what IS
they find both Zora and her typsband En route they worked out. the ail- "Good. this leaves one thing. We A~-E AKimpossible 'for talent is genius.dead. Later Jefr's friend Binl senderson gles. watt e h udrr fMitch TO CHAIR Henri-Frederic, Amiel.
Is killed, and Jeff suspects his employer, -Curt.said, "You're on ssignment, and, Zora and Bill, get what's com-,
Senor Montaya, of murdering' hi ,afi Collins. What are yorodrI ing, to them."
the Mitchells because they-had-foud a: mean, now you've got what You\ "Yeli." Monahan spat, .'USE THIS.
clue no ah srg ering rono at came for, what do you' books of reg-' "Well, we haven't figured out- a PTEN
the company chemist, Dr. Toenjes, and os yuosyrtnizto otk aeo u EA FOR
the flyers, IRyden thnd Lannestock. A C lisgv ash t"H !Ten ternledrs. All we can plan***
man named Collins afilT tfn'h a wihnsxs ords,- carefully, "Of, on'are-,Ryden and*Lannestock. It H O E
nlZone tose iica.A talk with course, theref!s a certain amount of- wAe-cngthmtoteoen
Jerry, Mcnnis discloses tai Igontayrtis red tape necessary in any, line of of the infield w e'll' be halfway satisdealing~with'themaizis. coin ee s work. IReport'sandso'forth. COnthe fed Notehna enr cs
hiwienia U .It eneother hand, an operative is frequent-, are bound to be wired for, alarm, A PAPE
ered a'hidden German IIlhne -a MHbkel ly oblgd.t s, iow i buthwe cah't'beceti there' noPA TER.
bomber. ..to-break in the circuit since whenever
NOW CONTINUE WITH THE STORY ,This was enough for Uurt. "Okay* they last test .ed it.
Thought you'd come through.,,Now 'So we lah to fire the grass.WR CAE4
V ~~then, no secret is ovter safe for long.- Ths tw socn
CH41PTER'VI Something's .bound-to'kive it away Ths w aiswl es o..'CANDY
sooner or'latet, if only the flicker ",Look at the rounded slanit-back o a mihy supcus crew. But. it'll be- 'midnight, they'll be, a r REGULARI 100'
wings, that tail assembly, the sRape 'They've gta, lot at stake.,.ed w can't- even, be certain 8o
othboyItueinetdVe- go' they'll have a guard to rais e an TAE*In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets
gines for smoo ther streamlining-, Soe-1atwrks.He' alarm. At, one o'clock straihu> -S NTOneaecemcs.mea.
'But Curt couldn't stand there star::n- fyu~hv ttertn you telephone, the field-" 'SEM 15T LES\'i acua
ing all night. H swnthbemo I shave' to think,-of- my \family. M9e17tyu oit a d. omiaiao 0vgeal nrdet
light about and immediately the They re hostages, Pure and -simple. "Adw e(sm xlsvs ARDsdechia -we have tiever dbne before. Bo ffruae vr5 er g.Ucae plane was swallowed in blackness. Well, tonight when. I saw Mcni Dynarilite; powder.1 -A sca o lwopr f. tesre fee ihteealti les, or candy, coated, "their, action is, do
ng-kl ee ud wnt otwerte big I laid the groundwork for 'getting "Eathl can get that." esw'e p e ae o e irtaeoe.&a0C
now they -were mide. Curt knew ,ork d out so far Seeff'yop can of, blue and white ticking and a, Copies are 10 cents each postpai.Odr Vne o.Lre cnm ieto
ethagsspattbid[tuik "up anything. MVeeinwhile, good stipofcas htmtealht diregZ from: &M
theshe-rof hemcalspce be ontyahadsai h'dckatTe was raveled out to _make'nakrow MRS RU, TH WYETH SPEARS
teen being. walled off on ,either pujo early I'on Sn y. Early for nD~a/cs dskn etrtusrawer 1o- Ne Yr Rcivn Ol
Alns teetiefonefths. him must hedm a to'cl wuock.n me srT~s 0cet o each book de, hnoea b
three joined buildings' were thin wodrd wy hnfm m ee ie adae.utla ot.Te Nm ............................... not how-to return one.-Plautus.
the picture -mu b de got th o ghthat the Keito Maru, ia port yester- e sa a e net then flat Ad s.... ........a
te ks oE e~~~aor es f bo a dq~~~ itwas puIling ou tiiocd sdpanahiayaliwd.od TCPI
craedy~ih dofs pe itwo ldfrom the -seas, with th British Ne tt e overn wa a e nw tam e con Contstr W asi y8"" p- ta fe Ka w
lok.lkea oidy ake wr- bokaepretty effective in the At- straight two-indh'fringe trimmed lieve pain: of muscular rlientatisonx 0
'house.-',ictually, all materials could lantic, con~tact. with Berlin had to, bad n isaon hpihs Runner-Up_ to the, Wos a other rada ains
b lied d make a detour. A long'one oftebcC-2223 today. 60c and
be :' dpsultledd e td h a~ n s ~ th w v row dcky s e unl sdre .Te' p n
Inteohrhna a eod/ hands.? Iepo~ts; decidedf.Curt,- anid had squabbled over the question
plnte notet fullyr asmblecd hpobably pictures of the assembled atowih- postessed..,thb betterDIN E0T
moor d 8- lae.Eengagses watsome, #,o*, or 9,7 r, voice. At last,, to settle bets they
butoCr fnopeeor snr mesig 'kind of, proof for the- money they o had made with: iaclx other, te eeecmppe
bth Cutw o-uar te boxies h'd eicky Pay out, arranged to-give a'recital before
ing,'t~ ae boxes tni e 'd G ena-the river dokad Collins whl hijdg et
the ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ h twsoosfrti ln to o~ aeo hisb-ecp for no1ae" nuhprfso tretor the fi shak
pevaled thong thez flo reay torbnai hvdpto odso iltlitegraeor i edsrofly
eve, Sh alogso rak wih*cosgth ve.Heknwthe sid of th0 bd.
suici atnied.Gneaserigl s slc "And how abou u, 7loby" Luk Proe
Th re yu ae t" olis nth M nay as sais WOh, the dondt needued toe pray.~ IN
vor hIce w bitt ko e a r, ie obu ."They' ne e7e lo e e o g d an C r, d rd s is l o se p wih D dS ioses g ne a le e t a
dcstedinacostaieic thfoseedoe'tcet amtut1 prhefasdon-s yurnedato the dsak
action. faotoite would nlan doubotur haigs i t;aeza today.pn go .de-w an yis by p sorwu.ilrhee eom sosones
rela d o unuse too e d osei e th Tiratirrgamnpst.ad i f An qe h irtsedi o u6 ol hins sorasaio sein oar to hsr
-r'Wy, mn, tey'dbe oer te go relt ns outfromRivebendwas- stlallt~roch-S I'mohaplyga shiheknwstlaseagddsforhewold. Canai e fnore effci v reitn aif Ttigh Montaya waske pam mist. cody tvhe arm e dri .oe tr sTee r oemnt co
"Wouldd org zel yseshyd mowde rB iut ghte thut e t i a eeo bay 1khi ons wpendn Groh Well wh saeid yu a 1ee dohrfoeth.o-e i0a
post areate u rmteC n es fwoatal i h o s eough y f ouht sfth osreachthes GroChomou relaive seemm toa 19vatec osso!od
ta ti t nal wee -knows who' resonsbl wh' epjhr.hink I he marid their hoeramy fyumdeyunohswl-.od aeT
A ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ fo logslnefolwhifchlbhn hmb ol nvrb re the wa ples typtos, btOdne itoist eceve," sai itas ABUsva4o~OU;T-,e biokn by Cureint'ssu'Yvdm ourtof law. Thy' itnwsn' esetalaeh ngomen aserey:Croo~ml rapudo aoaao1150000
we ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~t hae' o l ih % g ctfe. oteesol n ihav Motayacintlury, ands itubed lmofmusical. Fqulasbracn ih-tnPielbe Smokme ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ 61 m thMthotchsamuno'o ans bril olo hos nke o olnt*r t sin at osl s
boxsie ovesz cofns, Colisesttd but onyfoarbm edtedtg and oblt mlimbe ar e s ra nd erse onyurlstten he h
ofCe, c 11m paoed ielyith ba aie i etnas dit No sirs. of wse prudof.sCe I
whhroe tou the P o e in- thaaenAy asteesnohl esre. Cutrpe"peOhnahee of "onat fifties. pEither Ia o
dow stipingalog he ackofforit Wecant endforanexprt enveoe ed thente. wa' sAgi- 'YshemtbearyfSier 200 ermild, flavorfu Cas thie cetal sitec.tn he rnis ne I'll hdet hnc t>plthsfcefo a tea. runnle," sihy exa nd podyto Pic lbr oig oaci h shopin ecoe bruhti oo 'hyd Nowfr soets deils. "Frmn fis inshorlda,"Il he- aoreighbor.r"Lookuatthisnnews- ricyy2packagedsihftrebpoundncant es s ntur fe'fu hn hyrace e-9oe o an'anivrsr dinnrto the track don't foge thee meannd srna ha th b see' ns e fossbe puobusigtheaaitkheyrs ih. Ofecourse, I'd ke~ p d to goy but dAdi' ut re"seadd ie i ates ar m the f aies
d or.s eyin c o u n d itmp aovd Cte h o ed d up ith e 'dm eter- atS n Aeowu a ed te takti onn a di' o h n ete Youloc de le ias~ o featur-hot6,7ponse
"Nothing~~~~ ro we cadbbuata ,aai. ,crfr. yOwie n he childre inPu idr! n he o.Ay /
Hndexcatd a Bo ut fo rsomecthiong to pilin bao thes epe mo'tess-h all mok was frigid.tl "Yotv conrate tohaiaEe hsgatfigaon
climbin on,~ found' ah stoolt whic he,\ s rose from theutov-pie of thesca leatrin re antntehcnesinfo'h
placednon the e nch Standt~ ig o to wkice. bakars celr term oficp yorhotac.
this ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ gd hes peerede ove the toaftetMn"tutrdColn,"wanutdlneetrdd"uh7
b naicardng I'dun giv it "ne, foere ae goo rupofporfet he said wa usn th TEnc AND conrOAT
"Roofed,"~~hi hei sadteple h Fre t"si ut Yuv o cntractdr. Curt bids som 311
cis l om hiwok t a d p ie o o lo ourd wors ut o r n y u andp ise yor family toil x rema. rods TH E Z O N E Unites St co vsr wf-r
abuo idaplank looser than taya He'sk au prt,-yolic hobres.ee" t :te ME IN SMOKING IsFIN
the-f othrs Gor witou breafast don' shave What do tyou meate Mymconractd
Wen heo funped, oard he coul andotpLbep Thatnn woikeon' bindsse myblln family to reiecheeiHR A s rsU MEon aETTE 'te ouyI
fotrce up ad hd csti r errt"y- h ith mlne, ly bum isitd toe Soleof ~ ~ ~a lih nieteblhahsTeey froahe Curnt'snowad isn' breiin reidnc. Andt th GARETTE Au. WASoTErR
"Wbo y tff n, ntaemuse moed catosy fond Moaa one thee anyway,"us Curt begans toer show aoefhnt-int
handledfoe h fcis e lash igh t ac osies Col 'waar a sol seeao d, the upe unalec tol see her~ frediwoAnEJ D E lins, motioned theou othe up. man said. are soye Wel near Iai don' care soamush an. th rfr h'o teUio-tts r-a a
Sced ieognid thyon sorae of "Gor oghSlat, westve. ot ard on forprus. myselfs Imhav etoug toti keep I"RSEAYGRGR
rOom, sdaneu r baead oinn g eav our hands. tBad l ob. Wathe in?" m usy widtou aee soialkn lfe With The T*oNE-Tst enthra-ieass10feofroaer timbes, wa a sigle rw of ight Hey! hy'd ou supose squa. my ife t feen."' heVu prtvesrun o SeigrttsmOl
stealiedaeia bmbeah he te hreal igt itou a agu euh d r a deep f breto'n rush he you taste and throa canmte decid whic
A theit a. manIO thesmk shel ment?"vlue of op.ege car inegrteatsestyu.a o
abovein thmwsana'o o ih: u tchted. but ith .c neer bte Tru h ere yowafr d cofe it Th torcev' Chitms athot your throat. For you tastec
n o ef s e neh talwd fuse nradly hibisci heg heurt7id Ml an ho' Ill spl valur ofe e orilI dtr eidvia ors ae
topr beie~a Ccrewed int place. Co1in was whyn lofa'ee ht o vn nwi!IhtIl oeoote failoso mk
I A1 ih( evefud u ra h~ w o hm jsfon. tr wasntsst ia j ab I -ther mobento-- m s w alwaey ~es baigri sui t ig oureAlef Sm k wroewnte tokow"ovldCurt "Je'"el bt goso rry oll thnd ony oil nae ig th eo hjinqorItayainahry ad *ZON toa .revlfoyure. w hana ended himsellfnigh"to knowfor ourn o cu o fou, but a ygod and likecc fot oru nipt, I'Tethraetd
taetm ogtbakt e pj. mo, a8ilbeou t he o urs"' ewa up visit ou ffed ther or ke walkln' :oksbt ay.Frhoe
he'd~~~~~~~~~ found itlie h re~iaito bvgtte io n a rn ottle bA1t'st se brd haoe stopee o theyp foceack them anel to or Caolhein on wheersstgonds!
gae setig bn nis ufiien-thrsn sm heste,-u sendingor a buThed ktckestg of d Cu i;'it, climenh- itS~n he h
enr oud' b icoee.hlmwl oer ourorstape but'l leave your cabdhoeoiiwrs.Teec
Collins climbed bitoy in lthe s holdin th' e a g." Crt'sin ton e asel an wored Montyt-witahis lip
againr beyon th ecsern ites, istur ited nl way of yourglancedn at his wris watch. mild o' sthe oticks he a bulkead thpini outse ths Qebrdo (TO BEue" CONTIiUEDg fou boxe




TE N / Z~KM*JL64E~ M ~ l~IFOIAFRIAY, $OVEMBP 11 14
Record War Bond Sales Is Goal I vrbd EvILy Pay Day
I Of Women At War Week Nov. 22____ ONIFLT4N(G~N
WVASHINGTON, D. C.-America's womewin the cities and onthe farm~s-in 6,OOO10OOO Women Enrolled in War Savings
war factories and ini their homes-are determiined to make Women At War Week the greatest War Bond selling effort since. Pearl H~arbor. PyolPlan. )
Mrs. Franklin D. Roos evelt'sounded the keynot ,e for the Treasury Departmnent's arA
Women At War Week, Nov.~ 22 to 28, with an appeal to women to-save on "little things" t~o provide money 10140
frWrBonds. WASHINGTON, D. C.-Women At War Week, opening Nov. 22, during which
"We women want to -women~ will seek to sell the greatest single week's volume of War Bonds and workhard, we want to be S~tamps wyill serve to puit the spotlight on the mnighty conrbto woengeerpart of this strenuous aea~g r~fncing th~ewa-.
period. because unless wi e i million women are on~ Wr~avmngs parolplns heir monthly deducae, we will not be able to tions total $70,000,0 0._______________fae theijmen when they The customers of 3000, newspaper
~~urn~ a d lamkswh have sold. more tan $0,000, 'Tjis I, M y Figj 'oo
share of the fut ure re- M.000 in- War Bonids andStamps are snsibility' for building-a
onwt thWe Fist mtly womena.Tey o spk
withhthe W-omen's Section th Wa ond sales in retail stores.
udthe lreaderhip of Dieco of the payroll savng setion~
Mis Ha~rriet -Elion>tt,/ of he War-Saving aiff readily ad- 7
Asciate Field- Direc~tor, ishat without the suppr of women
nd- MVrs. Henry lMorgen- th phniia reor of parl saytu; Jr. Chief of the pin.g~nI s e ~ dn Ave been~
Scial Activities Uniit. achlevd. Payoil savings -plan areA
From coast to coast now in ope 'oii in 148,00 bunsine sses_women in everyAr 2 connmu- ^,00.f~tre.j~p~e f- ~ny
ny have madle plans for -m atre.Lo
tchlight para~s, fash- During Women At War Week1 volunteer War Bond sales. etIuai fte ~n~ ol
- os as aU~womuen will wear an arm~ban1d similar to the one be, ng at- vetnga -least 10 recent of gros pay
ionshws tas rllis,1,he t te sleeve ofMs.Hnr orgentbhau, JTr. y iss rol into War- B devr sr~e window' dispiaa Harriet Elliott. ---DieStmp and Bond booths, Associate Fielirco oEngelsmnan
pgeants, civc sings, balls and. mardi gras. I eachlocalty administation of says tha -women hiave contributed di ,the one week drive rests wit the locaL War Savings C( rnnlttee which h a { recty -and inirectly' toward tis? rec worked out activiies adapted to their areas. ord. When a man devoted 10 ormre :Mtrs. Mo1rgenthau, in a special mesage for Women At War Week, declared -p-ercent of his- pay en~velope to Wa tat the- spirit of America's pioneer womn iv ~es today more strongly thani ever Bonds, the womn' at hiome has-ihad a "The average Amr~ican woman bea rise to niew hitson Sudy 0. poeflviei-'h eiin e Miss B3t1e Hallmn who has I'Q]R RENT-Comfral hos
71941," MVrs. Morgenthau said, "This winter th~e a verag eAmerican woma~n will I lanning her ecdopnies and her cer- b een Xh house guest of Mfr. a
depending less in rder to save more to invest in War Bonds and Stamnps.' Sl he nespay- their part- linh suces and onuG ofkeai htet A-plwlnopesGoeehaveto fir a u 7o>l, ober.4~ Bu sewlpes Podfher invp~stentin 'oeir~car Mrs JB. rdoek-qfor seealdays
God alay do everything she canto help buy anything-and -the best of~ every- of pa-yroll savings. way of life and equally proud o~f the grime ere e
g-that ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ mn ise rfis asi tlt~'l a. -h-TauyI a'~ c~ouning youat production on hi~er faccd armst
thn or fle or fl at in thi teril wa upon tis. woan nflene n is c r- po ldyi thi WomeA War Wee" ta, G aA] 1 r -t
rftcampagn to "topthtat10 percent of womenatwr
bNew Ye's.'B the firt o hrol savings pat and 5,,00 more
RO AC AND RHYTH dn Ines-ioa aidl- P1ewsP
SETE ATEA1DS PAC-E~rals its,~hq local drill Ameriae newee is astfl-ontutv thesed-re fram Senseastcreeal.
autost with Arsna scenesh lai tan Editrial sAre, Notel tne Instructive ond Its fDcesy
eseady hailed are tynca of htnred ofus thykjavik the areta oorfn Iclnd Featres Together aith the Wekn SetoMk
estin muartyfe thei thelng seaon Wath "Iceand Is_ both imely And --- -9 ---- --------7)--, "Ie -utiig fo it paet t
On-, Norw- Strt Botn
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