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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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v.58 no.25 January 8, 1942

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TQV~ICELLO ruc KBD CL.AY HIL
Th~e Great Middle SBCTION 01F
Gai eway to Flo~rida E W SRD
THE NATIVE HOME OQF THE PAPER SHELLi PECAN 1> EFFjERSON COUNTY tFLORID'S IDE~AL -FARMINGAND DAIRYIN07 SECTIO
VOL. 58, No. 24 MOTCLO FLRD FRIAY JANAR 8, 1913 FIVE CENTFS\ AOY.
F~OOD FOR FREEDOM f GED t WRKRS DD' M031IZATIONDAY
.ARM4ERS RECEtT UMI PEL REDCROS SURIA CALL FARMERS
CITALTIONS ANUA 10 DESSING ROOM PLA Foul)DRV,
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'Flor ia Scattered Farms work with I "io i 1lte ote l..L- o h"ale ocs fNihoho 6dr n h~a
v .pr oxlit ~y 200~ farm ifamilies.01[Ie Orhe rgdt ge inter ti on 'L.1wll10)iz obgnflem s
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*eoi Stphns wou sl s bz~iv ins u~ oy
farmurs. hese goals were~ made ro 9:3 to 12:30~ A.Mabd
so as sto producee foo o r 9>home, and fid eoeohrapassalb6.fo o5 .k eeydyi the ne t udayat the Corh'
top sell; this was theiir' way to fight cinieJ.ccpSody n au- iharcultrareipresentatie o
back ait the Dictiators. Appalsma be made lyn anda mean ofisuig
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some forty fa flies met at the Gourt ho is com be a
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awrd' Mr. J.1ame E. Maxkwell rm .1(e
county, supervsr gave the outln kvben p ho wil assst ithis i er ipot- Atti eeting Jefr'o o
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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, January 8, 1943
Ransacking Davy Jones' Locker Off North Africa
NEWS
W. lHe Should Know
Dolly-We women endure pain
This W k Fmuch better than men.
By Molly-Who told you that?, Yqie
~* Lemuel F. Part~n It he Same Old war!, doto-r? ~dyuhaY~r
Sosthee.Same-Old War doDolly-No; the shoe salesman.
Consolidated Featurs.-WNTJ Re ease B( CatIlhr iend
.L-By Capt. Rich Ir'M T., 7ennedy -,EN W YORK.-That brief dispatch It's the same old war! The basic That Was Enough
efrom 'hilebreporting that Anes never chran-ge-ol the She entered the office of a nted dilin hadlrecalled Ambassador il- methods chang . The same bat- voeC lawyer. "'I want to know if1 have
heln teiherr, von Schoar is some- t order 'qi;4 won grounds for divorce," she infdrmedithe
Vth sa e6 thq e on h attorney a
Ma-ia Chilean in rd e ecolunt- 'i eeied
. atl of the Mane forarsa "Thfnc"urse." "you a
Sw Worgto Alesord ist i his day, after a careful study grounds."
warpo of all the great battles up to and intics. Baron Von Schoen has been eluding the 4th century, decided that Man Grounds Dog
so long and so deeply intrenched in jth~ere waeekut seven systems of bat- "'Hul16,'" said~ a voice "sta
Latin-American intrigue and so thC
cessful i~n covering his tracks and :0 slecin shw tha fourU~ of gt' t he "Yes, madertam.t"
staying onthe job that, this 'fouTi t' eeih~ais'f'h te he,
wene onovtn ofteohe he, Well, there's a nasty tramrp st-.
nesien nywl idctatherefore there were and are but 'in 'uip in 'a tree in my gre loerful dhieay win doatle alle three basic orders of battle, as foil- teasing)my' dear little. dog."Nations. lows (1) The parallel order; (2)
His organization beos oblique order, '3) TheT en- hat's Progress
in Chile has been exposed and 'veloping order Hlowever, '900, "1.'a Brave Eagle," said> the
attac~ked time, a~nd again with- years before Vegetijis wa~s doing his Rled Indian~ chieftain, 'introducing
out so much as jolting the bar- I ''sufo h omnDi~"Mro himsef~ to the 'paleface visitor~.
on's monocle. He hag been most Sun Tzu; famous Chinese generals his i te p fac v r
elaborate ied i sie onf sio, h6 p i d b inra "This, is my. son,j Fighting Bird.
witlbdul ed i olii Lieut. Gerge N. Makers of Seattle is in charge of raising ships sunk during the North Africa ca ai of warfare These basic rules And here h added "is my
w~th dobleealig plitcian <"' NrthMrk~ ~a~iia~g 'f wafar but with a hemisphere complex He is shown ia ritht surveying Oran harbor, where American and Roal navy divers have already begun are the same as prescribed for our
of itadutfia and financialinter- the task of raising battered ships, sunk mostly by Allied bombs. Left: When GeneraGrant banks ee armed forest today and will; profaests and German-based cartels. being unloaded at Algiers one fell into the water. A crewman who went down with his taik is show 'being bly win the unisian affair for Gen. rn
t it is true that they finally 'brought to the surface by a French diver,4The'erewman recovered. eralA isenh eri ar
have cut him Ionse from these
Moorings it surely means that .~. u .~. Mechanized) cavalry isn't ne~ by
some of the scaest and toiv M i hters ga long shot aeses I oest Axis tentalen those parts l ane rinitin Egypt wh he i ted
have been severed. the chariot n. And tanks-China / lYE
His family is an oid, established used arn-fbred carts as far back as
firm in ,internationL political con- 1200 B. ;C. The ancient Per- UR
spirncy in, war and peace. His fa- sians introduced the elepharit fank,
elephants 11o'cted by armor with CHILD
t o a of escyhe-lik wepo hed this Cold-relief used whe.n
the frst Wor "toand Baron''il-Y troops, equippd .with turrets i Y
heinm carried on over 'here 'i- te on their. backs 'from which archers IN
get ur in the war. He did this so towers of the Ront s were builton
smotl that a fewpost-wa year whels nd roled,~ lik tank ,t
d'r ai roe as 'a saCH CO.
to Cunt Bbrnstorff, was un ariood fare was practiced by the Greeks in
and his activities fully appraised. 360 B. C. They mixed incense Whenever theQuin tuplets atch coldln l914, 'hearrived inWash- sulphur, pitch and faggots i ph mitely rupbb ih Musterole So
ihgton, afteqrStireal years as ignited same and threw then into MusterlmuthejstabouttheBEST
secretary otsthe GOerman em- the ranks of the enemy. Th'hs were cold relief you can buy!
n infe incendiary Mbombs usterole gives such wonderful re
view, whichi send to ha e History shows that Genghis oinary "salve" Its what so tmany
been caefully premeditated, he Khan ushd smoke screens extensive- Doctorsand Nursesallamodrneoumnertpid of Ja'sbitter htred of t his maneuvers.yto iritat.It helpsbreakuplocalcongestio
e Unt~4~,~a iid herde-j 'in uzpper bronchimal tract, makes breathte Unite to ather ing easier, promptly revej coughing
WMTE I. I! ---- and tight, sore, aching chest mbiscles du
er onteriew to cold. Get Musterole today!
soonrr up ismrvieduty outside Continental U. S.Duriang his IN 3STRENGTHS: Children's Mild
sirred up muc any discus- a ronnaece, contributors will -substitute. I Regular and Extra Strength
sion and bo h i ~baron a "
sharp repriman rom President ..'." ..
Wilson, with a hint that the state- -.-- Hand Grenades were used by the
mnnts had n intended 1945 Five pilots of a marine fighter squadron which has accounted for 110 Jap planes in two months' fighting Tegyptians as far ack as 490 B C.
Moote enmti are shown near one of their Grumman fighterson Guadalcanal, in picture at' left. They are (left to right), reo st d f b ei were
He was na a 1 6p tn Lieut. Roger Hobbraan; Lieut. Cecil Doyle; Capt. Joseph Foss (who tops the list with 22 planes showdown); rsw to te enemy lines were
American girl highly p e soc ili Maroitate, ant) Lieut. ReyRuddell. Right: A Jap fighter pilot, captured after behig shot down during An the Romans invented the gtan1- Kose Igora ie
ly, and, as' s rotary the m a dogfight over Guadalcanal, has plenty to say during an interview with a I. S. interpreter. The prisoner and d tne lo v tand Is Chiosen (Koea if 'a n
bassy,t achevede e tio in others have shown a surprising willingness to give information concerning their own forces. d 44y of. Ae 'olto cocktlche
the 'caal s alla dpo ry at a sisting of :crude oil iroa bottle. The tom, requires him to ignore her
time wher' oir 6nt io itheV ar completely and pas her s though
was still- in the balance. re- Junigle Hikes Precede Action in Muna Gona Bes Fighter Plane the ie'.,eakpoit. The"smasht
of tl o eximan confpir t d lit ing of the bottle would scatter 11quid
tuvne d hi teht 1 it1 it fire in all direction . We hear 0
tl was 'hearddofhiunlth early
days la great deal about war decoratiqns
'f i these days. The first known record
So of a public presentation of a decoratoA ah c ese 'tion for bravery occurred in the first
lantoke a e1 e olgeh their century, when the emperor of China
man to eah t ley hoa c sot'derm po decorated one of his subjects C"for
eets conaiderable ng''p bravery above and beyond the cal
denits Wris -~ f u~.
On Army, avy to4i f Brown: gue'i
Tk Comc a dds "Hash-marks" came into vogue in
Taing Cle o Pinceton the Continentalarmy in the for tef
are in agreement, but other pries' a strip. of white clot sewn. am the nn tee Remedy) Tablet
throughout the cou4iserdis-, shoulder of the uniform, Each strip ther'are no chemicals, no minerals, no
sent on yarymg groun s he mam"of clpth represented three 'arts beuca ion And small$ college~ 'ron from the *French chevre," combitid 1 Oeag d
art eucaio ad sal- cllge form~ulated over 50 year's ago. Uncoated
w be casualties. meaning a goat--pobably because or candy coated, their action is deDr. W. H. Cowley resientthe inverted chevron of the Freich pendable, thorough, yet gentle, as milof Hamiltoiolege,s at embled goats' horis.. lionsfNsaeproved. Geta,104 Conalof it6 irseoes n aetl- Our word- "colonel" is derived~fo rincer Box. Larger economy sizes, too.
ally of" the armd frcs rg cccnlm
legiate mobilization in the s the Latin 'lolpnna,"'tmeaning a col- g
finds" the pl q"quite invade umn and indicating the colonel was
quate." His is a college of about commanders of a colun.. . The .,
450 students, and he has beei a corporals chevron date .back to -CANIFY
gol-eperamngcolee re 4the I*Middle ages when, the. artisans "nL OT
idents againstdideaves threateamng wh'ore onthcrstruetion the' hilinahiftles and ~ibera &r 'ffis' ""N Maj.: Thomnas Hitchcock, who re- castle. werne 'permitted 'to weat two or ftMIRt
in th'collges.As aneducaorcently returned to the United States inverted Vs (representing the q astld
in he hasollegsed al and eca from England, is shown in front of roof):as da distincti n.4
hree hs opodeaatio Land has a P-51 Mustang, in Inglewood, Calif.
stress 4 he imuportaple of edu .O srtnfoiabadHc h Rile' Grenadqs were used at .the* *
cating th "wlolmn. cock sant: "Current opinion 'in Eng-< siege 'of'Stettip in 1677 and the men
eih sr mon.gin e land, among both American and assigned to firing the grenadeswerne
Wit u h tr .on A oi opdneonon rete gath Brtsherved s, sistat mlte a11ttah anowne al rn amr Indm STAMP
hie~'e <. 1 ll~b iprne~ Afterlibeingyacrossr'Nehwatuiheabattleeof Crec
member in the edun~ cto nal commt- 1 A eo ~ thoasAes lnon Chunking ~.th M~li ng Twinshebs Vitli sihtala was ertofe rosst-NTE TAE
teemwkn wifyth the armydy andg ugesbfr gtig noitinwthfgtr ln intewol n193"irgwtbowo.'wybcki 50 l b
pose the new& old their ancenmohth ps Chap'teylainslet ofatinare h Jpsc ig utWtlei EglndMj.Hinhbc antheefrs bmr'wsinynedb
c Dtra. 4fowlhey ybecam pi,'esiodent.Phto o. theo CofArrianusades he er gth sredasasisatroltaygthct an alonglannaid his n 58Town ''
ofHailt ~o in 1988,asrthe a re ruda~x~u4d a ~ ewsligoithe priv frai..ae forlai of s. apOlie wasusemhif 39 sa epr n t'h. e rrite at teimten of ~caalry
membr o 'tvocational guidance knbwgTgriAeleoats cs'itlu lngVays.Tw n thre "~Old ri esenmot * *
has w;knlueditl~ath a organize' 0.Biho Lenia Pol,_aot-_yWarofDiordre
psthe bit totink about akeonto the rank of gereral nmin te Coafr tmi bor
precedence over special skills. edeach aCmy rinkng-ts isk fheposre ad ifro
I. \bos of tbecan prsidehOW of the kidneys$3~ ~p~at halin~ QIvc nm. Thyaeat obcm
of ato the good-o, amoe apre-' '" "'~4>~~ weri eri e th regimts of allivaly Yo ma'ufr agn bakce
cisly he. Ahs a tn i e uprtl im- l%< pran th dational dr sa, hi le ith '' ~ ~ 'mmers of th rnne wo rep~rtyednienroualwr ut.te tn
Bisop eondas kaiod-nMy orbadr ofdisorder esoe
mos moildeo dcato n anosd sdeuate innovat a those sthendroppe d e...rg uea,,tee uiain
of r. uthin ad rinfelo'w r oanes" bfefre the20t cen- 'fnr ie ai i 1 herr wor
thearr bwilit tould reduse teco-kseof muc cofso at thetryo the fnin Pin had waste.a Thiavehs d imopretang halfa
, ~ P~ iaJ ~ dll. "blitz"' alt hnt of s pub avc spproa k Are rom
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The Monpticello (News, Monticello, Fl'a., Friday, January' 8, 1943> ~
- ON THE m4 2
HOME FROTH TO 4ME$
1RIGHT blue is the color keynote, i this bathroom. Blue is ~.~
used for towels and 'bath mat.
stripes rand for a painted box ornie. Th~e curta~ins are of, coasA gtEP
whiee muslin tufted with crd-1aAshioned candlewicking in bright blue. SPECIAL ARTICLas
Cut the curtains the length a BY T14E LEADING
width 'desired 'with ample allow- ARC REPN
anice for shrinkage and baste the
hems in. Next place the material FR .,I
faona fable'and. mark diagonal ....
V4'5TITCHES A~i I Lai~
WITHL CANDMK Ini Darkest Africa by Roeri~~ils
45STRANS OF By/ Gordon Gaskil a clever idea for a brealifast
COTTON\-, 4Ftu cloth, especial when they r
DOBE YARN #etr-Trtg spca ragmn used above~ a colorful plaid border
wit American Magaine Ypu manot be' ab~t replaced worn~o 'mapoi enfned withnapkins of
,': broken househol equiment. This is war.
I 1 am writing this from the F'ree Gov: ~ ernmn pirtecoe first. So ak the same plaid. Lazy daisy,~ flowFrenc rado stationin Brzzavllecare qfvlhato hae.. as el a y 'I ers are also used to give in~t es thre unre miesupth Cong psi'an. Ths colun by the home- to tese designs.
French~~~wnr' radind tells rzzvll you hw.**
in the African jungle. He~re I found
* the "Voice of Fighting France," the WOR VARIS AT DOORWAYS ibTransfer ,Z9526, 15 cent,rings~ th tea
+~~ 1.p s **.~pot, sugar, ceamer, cup and sauceran
es n te oodorld'sK ;; strangest brodcatng 'CVAN-BE PATCHB~ u the flower motifs. Adid sugg estion: EnIP tion.~ I ~liv cottage cutains with a border of
INW WATER' BrazzavilleAs, first of 'all, the uin- 'H E aigo a varnished fordses., Sen youoret:
provstso'onerhio nim a nther proe bersthes wimaslies o thedwt a yarig edic som provin thee apera;o the Conx p 4NaTiMlemeR?.d
ame aatt worm.q~ the elaied asldgha er peat- andi lire, wat dfoorws, andche re- kicoe1 cnsfreahpte
-always a sible' slipping, and in that case, ......... I., ~
showncaeswrasrght would be~ one of~ the wrl' radic h a~h
own~es t lr itie tousow, h Whee arnsgoth en
and- dp in wter..capitals. It became so by chance, Vitryi'uciesThstrfloisntecsayfrh.
~ndi i wte. pindVu by necessity, and by the efforts, of W~ .in Veek's tinu MIorsNOR~s~s
th ~kto dry but~ do nt iro worn place ca esonal pace BURNS
* gie a ~ Foirsat the brothers Desjardins-~ t tat~ rpt c eton ipei't
NOTE: I nisc tey eto Ugi fro sl your Cati FrdiVeois' 'the elder, ieu- aadae tol make erry-Qrauiand
vinlws a rofssinapfiishwstsboona- enat Perrshehounet-othexbon hae pent Crnbrryheageyalant taerot silig-hatwasingmay Hme f, uebr Tee
ing 'at,the. top, in a black~out. enter FrcffWtey mn eye-appeal. ~ 4~e
Whe FrafsfOid nc fell they escaped T- edays are *onp.a
Londn, oine DeGaulle 7S Sol-,Gvn
OrMdd dieeo~ve rs, came with huim~ on, that fa gon wh ay~ ~ onsO r~ ~n~ r oa
Ad~e~ A zmous. nval excursion that was 11 2u~ e enl. ap o uflour
MR I.,UT~H WYETH SPARS flop at Dakar, a success n the Cram-I u'ikthote
Deer UIS roons~ and Fr ench EquatorialAf- ,Vatasoo sl
Drawer 10 b2 rin eom too,
Enclose 10 cents for Pattern No. chop to broi qucky _oeto otatub aans~il' eedd.n
Xam ...... ................ t' Brazzaville, capital of the lat- overs from yest Ierdy' roast. Kptbt~ai rG_& te ed~ i al'fte hud e
ter, De Gaule asked the two broth., Ot eal admlsirn 1t nstarty,'6lin hthewllnosow.As
Adqto et pua"Sevic*ofIerrma tofoieetraherletyau inenuty oilsaueoftiIrt hicen. Cbb, 6oh'ied6 cot' our ie; gtd, i
tion," ~a radio muthpiece for Fighit- devie, e s getting 'nutr- mlinutes.Ad''Saoig. d''sulbeihtyrbdwth.vy hng France. The third mran is~ a tAnee
NOTHING CAN DO mi~ l u~~~ eggs, and viai 1fose k e-Ie' uxii
Edison, Jable to w~or allk ini~l o f~ o 6/o 8 arwls'
MWORE FOR YOU cn~ales wihmegr eqim nt. met YorNe, r ictoa& menu /4 ~Poudln rbl asg bbldap~ .tee
Ithe en'tirefied of asiinthanSt. Josbh sorae impsof wsith a~Intricate pic Wha lwr h
Asprin-~ None fater, nonesfr h oe mosbyitiat ic f"teche"with oama. / lpcb~dgenppe n n alfSnetebsmn
wvorld~s largest seller at 10c. A aratu Savey Mea Asf., ,tbepnsfori o eywmi itr ol
m economy sizes -36tbes20,10 tleDfoen wol str(Sre8)-1tesonslyoadiepaigrq-ol tstable 35c. Dend St oeh Asiri. 4tapodem ut the window, aprn-J epr
ly not haidaword. Thn, hed pound roud pok2cp hle kernelor and' rovrin the
Crlm'sji ~ ader ff, stil in a deam. Then 3/,cpoteljie < wall stop h'waig
in a couple of days he'd be backcpsc~ie
Crime is not punishe as an o smiling shyly, with exaclwht i2jceAsr:,Cvinte aswh fens'e against God, but as prejud theyn asgratedaye~ws n~ ~ci)ovnpppdwe
ciLo~ce~.Fo~..o~f bits'fromn a'old tator and a tabesoons ch~opped parsley If hulk sausage- is used, form intG and bottom sealed against air circ
sewing machine. 3 tablespoons catsup shape of link s~~gs ~'vJ t- lation in the space behind theall-u h n
'Thir t~Bu Prb ~ 11/2~ teaspoons Sal Sage iin -heavy-frying pan. Remove board, should prevent condensaioni. ~ 'g
Wlisn afjn h ejr ngredients in order giv sausage and br~ow onins and pep- If the celais ery cod, a, on-ic case mouth rahn-todA
SUVYtIW ackled their fist big problem: to en Mxlgtly'uti well, blene. pe, ,i fat remaining in pan Add bl t inultof, th fi tikeadngtcuhnue
maeRdoBrzail al.TeePac Ala an, pa-floiur and sdsni~ blend Add closod,'pnaw tis~ time-testedVic treaten
tested only a Mors oe saip mo~ th odee iprate corn and tomatoes and simmer until bewee tihe rrientg oe owo n~rsJ
and a fleapower: amrateur -tation ov~ni (375 dgres :aotIhu.jiehas patlyevpredimoecfrab.Thforca,
Man Do t r The code station had to be "modu- meat loaf. rQ1o~u on thrget chs anadhei a
lated"-that is, modiied so that it *Little ucen o~ietesoe fawel pi- sTimuLiN actin ringle
would transm~it voice instead of dots (Serv e 6) tpe ovnpe rc on, hoC9
* I I and dashes. The incomparAbl De- .QuSste< ci r m ~ae .~ ~~ei, ,, pav a sagqaur
Recornmen, ~~ froyenne vanish~ed into the gloomn of abu 15spon minae untieiv gode Jfinc, asoe. hieIgt Igoasgswt
his. workshops, d~uginto old boes Ltapoon salt iei odnbon l h etIed h othcetadbc ufcslk
thick thtartins ndacm a
Nand within a' few weeks Radio Braz- com table
,3/ ton 3/4 cu milk ths lucho ooufle ,Rc through a ve hl-o sleep-to ease
Izaile som-ehow became a 'voice sta- .I cuhfgpsnrleemsu
6.o, Nothd_ eefetggsqut go this dih'ilboost yu e ttng~ ern soot ad fine ash arelky to brn grndcofrt! -ry itto-.
Ienough. The small anmateur station Cem he oclsadifcinti it
was boosted to 350 -watts, seven ura~ ood ~ifci1 ti '* seep~hog cracks inthe ceent night'... VI VapoRu.
For Vitamin A & D Dietary Deficiency timeshits Cut.a or, er. All thotisng R e ro*'.llf
WAN T HLPbuldstnina work was done ona a night-and-daytg ~~(er~O or bety~reent~ floor and thebs o
and, resistance to colds? TIhn try schedule with most no2 etup-e*-.d o0 xl4 o oI u b Passed tU
goa4-tasting Scott's Emulsion- cept once, when a 20-footr boa con- Tun outonlht-2cuso mil risieg1 ,th rom abve Ay lRegistrar7-Age, ple se.
containing the natural A and D vi- stricter turned up in the radio sta-l r cracks or crevice with tho s epointsne
tamins. Look for the world-known tin grounds and had to be shot. Lc ~~ e .1e~shouldl be file wit iro cmnt Atl Sh-' r 0
A-& em~.lld~ggss Assembling a Staff on Conigo River. ut'e. R.Ioll dough e n ~ of "' f~%ait but how many ears is~t snc eyo
" pepae 'he. p~grp.I~ ~igt l~l/aid k i~hV2i tsal.o thefrme Inddti'n ites might~ wbe




THE__MONTICELLO_ NEWS. ONTICELO, J'LOB DR UARY 8, 143
'~ MARLENE DIETRICH I N ElhE1IWL CTBTo~ 1
TH MONTICELLO NEWS TOPS CAST ZN SEODJDCA CIRCUIT, OF'
PUBISHED EVRY FRDA 1ADIGHLhrR POWERFUL MELODRAMA fl iSON COUTY. IN CHANCERY.
~RXDT I2S~ iODen, ff Smith,
~MONTICELLO ADVERTISR Violent muelodramna, moving swift-.Cmliat
EVsta led 1869 Ay r-lWalon- t~he turbul~ent' course, of ifDIVORCE.
CW Pear1 Srnit4,
4 EL AmSITTON i~~erican progress, summarizes the Defendant.r
Establised 4873 AM N~ ASignificant appeal of -niversal'sA Toi P~e ar Smith whose residence isk
Changed to "Ptsug,,oigY ensayt.AD OMONTICELLO NEWS- i-119Weneda tqAN R-.J No 4 Thomasville. Ga.
$11903 the Youei Te je are hereby r~equ~ired 'to perAath Kahrn Thar. _____________________ -a'pp ear before the< aibove enA, EM Y said to be grapically filmed, dealseL9~ir.p.t ~'t gea
FIORDARFISSA$OCI 1 intimately wth th yies anId loe L LARI~GE, Black hos 'mutl o florida, oni MTVonday the
of] modernpionAers 'who hae 6r wr of Febru~ary, A. D.1943, to
ItP-, answrth Bll of Complaint fora
W 'ANnD 1 .~ orce ,ex ibtd aainst you there-~
r~nylai s grA inutil me-h W TEFRCS.OdtpMntiel oNteso aew
0It/, in, and ther .
00 St. p aps ~ e ~ ~ s a
04d d ot3nffipo _ne good onditn Gj B.fon ConyeFord s, I
DOOHYBLLC nton a in Peesug Fla
PublisherY 11A'i PRu Bl
e 1941 K aeine Ta tre, Sed ando W.Ta
Sal Clr of said Cout nd he
scio ef the~io& storeolow th owners 12-11-51n-3
'to4cn Nvi! (~~rst Wgkl 3.6trru ca kesiEae.O nrlay VD 92
OFFIE OFPUBICATIO enual unite by. the~ war efor. tieant Neanie Offi CLD I ,
Doogwoodt~bi~ Stee Clrko Cici Cor Y;r.,efr
~lure of thek~ fim' prinipa chara 115, leptj- .5o Lawsonf Forn Win H.~ Shum ,hb Q pr Ail 1
SUBSCIPTIO RATES~t terss runc~ elsl'wle to then .Trnl ih, ;PaaCf, auPlne S1vc~tr foConrin't 115
"O e a r. ---------- $2.0,iheo th Hosteel city k~u itel and thel~ r owneer an ope.tor
ree Month ------- 7'r a7 \Ai climax o't of the :stofad et ElLok ry eishedeclared. t 3 F25 meria PuTry 11F1* SAk-H e wit BUY U.ic DS. WR BOND.
o'ur ~e bd, shioc Q t~%ht ~f e ingeol ner o e~n wit the- ZSO arsiV pecanr "-rove. Moder con- ~ The ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~ihy fis iWm srvna~'k h 4 h ne~~Iirve r ~~i 2.%O aliens Appl MonticelloGrowei~
T le reetral incoet a is, 116 w theiot srit'd(o-frra~r~.cI tE pnRa 1 ~.1 Q)27 In o rdanc withY resolutionsaes1X
Join" the~ Magt ganztinane
I'fi& levie upone in ofi~ 'thein -Twn C3.0on
appoprE' paoaysis orppr the comite Decmbe Ist. 194 irrctn wtne BAB CsHICKSndr w$
comes~ic an it is paal in~iu reaton NOWiG ACCEPTED -FO
tvr~ 'tp th e aftiribt of1 incme. wIncomi~n hei~i~e iiind your com nt repn i~o call teV ri y ClbR W B- letTv
I9CateMl TEheD TSa-esdue rh Tow officersn Pfotr theyit.
Federal incme fbsne 1~h Pux punInno' thisrie 'for Nn cotrbue ase muc Cher y ca Ur. S:n Crifie -Pull' W io. Tested
'Anr. oi EG19INPALs; toIC OF Wmiit INORATO s hed~i the ?lt., da ofs~~- Rnay E yiyo~ 'ity~
gle~~~~~~~~~il permit. Remeber 50% ofrie D,'ja 1943,a; ndVebu thebuf same. f -________~ rinSothenegrseconsd~2Y~
fon -no's service wi h t h era the A,th'~(~ Neundi ofhte fo i NeedhaSW Jr.; ffie-ncag of~ lT*W W 264 S~.I upehu 'fig. M
-of ee h fre funds. collectede remins iU~yu ownit Liondty. 9duZerE YHrN
wife hav~ig atotl- i'none (er'n- bfoveni~ed- a tionras e; t olo ecru"'n aid 257 a tha iS e-3 ~ Wo~~ om p- I
COI117p nsatio be Vy' ni tht e of t ens-tO Naty ash'rgstat* b r ee
igos 4o other serih sother incuesm v, o -reev p ete sot a r-ge; otme bew pnterae f1 rdb reeIIoe y te Tw
tbroughou~~~~~~~~~~~hty oht tahebl yeryear.up~n.- -Lt 5Sot N rhr Ad o
a]sh e ane age e cie total _________ a-i tihee: astued perle under Boo' "R" pa ul es attn_ Clr ndrofd nti 0h
earnings of o th p,Iq b and, a nd w e A N w T sane t M J a d o 3 B o k 6 F oi a L fadrAb ofL De em e A. ~ D. e92 ,nlo e pt l~ e~ n m h ~
to ete wt he nc m ) Ao of evory n) se wi e nat, ism thae am sant a Co vdd o onter f o scy
$100 on mre cas ~e ss- of ofmr,.n hee t Ame r. Biele Socntyl and site Co.ay toug Monecel. iv AA o1e4&e~ed haya'ssbcito t orppr aomoen font in cmets p sft fil atvrom. Sp- sr seolland hasem kLv TRUTEE OFloin officers aNTEThA be
CLYDE~IV STCK AUCTION, AgnSrut
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FIA,4NVAJRY 8, 194 TH MONTkICLO 'NEiWS, MONTICELLOI4, FLORIDA FIE
ix~tiitesWIGGINTON-ALLMON M4ISSIONA~RY SOCIETY
'ic~IMr. and Mrs. Grover C. lklimpn ThJe~ cireIes of the 1Waptist M~'isson
So il ciite nnounce the iarri~aae of their -,ry Society pmet ou -I nday afer
ii Malter or copy for the Socia1,AColuin1 to be sent to Miss Helen N1. 4 daughters, Ruthi iBrnson, to,,Cor~p. 1100o1 as follows:
I > i overl, Phlone 8-1. niot later than Tueiday of each week jGeor~e A.' Wigginton, ~son of Mrs. Circle No.,I with Mrs. PTasc
'~~ CARQ~L IJJERT.jhe, wedding was an, event of Eic No. 2 with~ 'Mrs, Arthu
-IGII CA R L I, ,. \Vth e -of States-dl, I ee b 28 1q42, the cermn be, Hges, tf1ir-t'tn members an n
N. .,is eguet f 'her 's ~ a n n performed by Count Juge T. vstrpeet
~Lt: and :rs. Hampton Mil1er are daiughtejr in e 1aM.,and Mrs. J- W- B. Bizrd. si6 pent
announcing the birth of a daughter, Pate. Ar~~. wtMs A .h
Virgin Carroll, on~ Decembertx?,4,~s~r~t
I92 Ms iC S ircle N6. 4 with Mrjis. E.L.'oe,
day' for Dean her she wil be
-Ms E. 'hg~ I nWOn Mnay, January 11alth
guess recehtjy, the latters sn S I Conrad. ~A w ~ ttJ~ 1r
Cifod ea of Griffin, G a and rig.o il he,. ite ocrlswl me t-h hrhwt
Mr. nd Ms: Paul, Hineyp of ack- r.Fak Cr6 et e in o f'r.AaMs .L
Mr n r.Aan wlreside in
"Mrs M. 1efopk nd ci> lto aimes-nio.'N CANJ TOQ A CUSTOMER# M.Gorge Blrinson, of asn
forMr ai i, eewh e lan toshej h -nfat ganiau fierIVigina Nw ork-Grcer 'enido uch'topreen hordig 'f.raned ithhisdauhter unie, nders
e om foth ~$daigoh Carl Miles h WasaavWman BR DG PARTY ~ foode nnw atetm t ) rtonig' of ~ suh foods, elsuii
o~~neNe Yer' pDans atE thea~p hom of & h .?F
flI~o theV~ tri JoehTn'1nam st Ia xm ee-b
C-oaoa Davi Rechrt rf Cam an r anB B rin en
Jree ndh~xifoup; spn th holay here iUs.N S,( Curis' eue'tiie ereo putn iimt n ano fo oacstmrst,.i tr'
athme e~ lns o eeur toi tr.GorePlerefFlrne
pnam ond Mody S., .C.,$ arie atStrafr
se an he soan Da Tu n ul fs mall Jean,~t wer opth fred ee rs .B h
tho .S agy, we vio rsi dultereetal'a dr Il. S oadngo ~slnei Utlfuter oie h' ot'.hlm fTho asvlei as ped
weks vst ei *a.llise Da il iira rm o .Msses
EatW sintndiet .6 o.cnlrffa,.W.E.Mlaic gn
lev o e 44as L. vliaaeo toN toa orl
Rershet wereJ seveate
JohnC. ndesonsonof rs. udoph S. f Fre nderritrs;obsevestha
anirck' as rtured t th gam
whi at i few3O pepl relie t ptetal
Pans' Anderson, Seen beeh t
pro" the ae after spending __e I_ I~ .~ I~ 4-- I
-t hern of h st fsian. Sinp uni r~t P E BT E A1 CH R H vj sinar mcn be jii t ;
t e A m Ai Foce, NGlide S~r c -Ro etT Wala eMiise p]6siv ahsU~ the e i n the
niPricDiision.OH ,ezlr is no w stti nenp. o n 1automob1ile a ae n de On 4p
atPanve ,Texa suef gasoline fullyc -vpoized a il nierh -it iK
Mrs.cor Joh ,ery 6eund Mone- -11 der. e 20 uicfet of ai hfl-3n fbo le
SAM~~~~~~LE~~~~ spending the pastES monthac4 fr~e vt fici ~~ D~ S
Ptllzl /o Hurat hadt\ as holda guests inun [epesGops :0 .F
Z,__,_inTampa__ ________Son_'in la en /r to serckn walls~ tha t r y cn. n i. B G O B E r
Codee Ga. Mr andersea Jr.~ arL.odoter
anse Mr. Bn Mrs'. G.~a S. Hus an BrIpK.Vudman andwocilrnSnnip ias B. Ah. first, Pastor' ffrig
4 aiiy fC io a a dBly r B~riu a tl e aad u Af i n b.Iat~
IChlri ie udines a, TEXe TOlATAN
FOR TAL ay Scholy 10:25. WomenJakBisooa eurd Cao Miss Jsepin Poate_ was To recen tiot, / uepnehi~t qilayswih brn
Equals ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ b Dediasg.Cpudofrs ieCne-,i ete from th fuarnaMe. henr fRANKPRY ASR PIRATE OIE AiRT
diensvts>' tocle yeum his studie vito inre Moies, anhe -asttend Monng cj.(ship- 11:30.WRD~~hASO~
diferet fom nymig ~ le~~seiou~sn~e s of h is s Maary ch n beWGSOSE AUE IS at tet a~vrst of181 bottaaflre a uft uj rgve yMss Tann todAY6:5. MROU1H SHO 114.AYNI~ 1t V., al..
spending~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~sote rawoiashr ihhi PylsPiroe. n Ms:Vr vnn memrawi and- o'aokes reonreath- fc ta soae AUAY ofg eaasier. )Oneou orte tw spsrn jar cug
M 'ter keno Wednesth ud 't Mdito A Dloue
paens, drea ond facsn. J.tdlf witr ihL h hi vctoB Roada ithan Pray sMURD a 11De b EIS ER Associ rcr TZ ETF~L
UsA~(nin Sion, is~ knoibied boy many$ ittsanr ru- r
A, 'gist a to'sleoak.tl 7a~inds~f~ otclo xtre o Afna o NV~ A IT R
____ ____ ___ ____ ____ ___ ____ ____ ___ SIMM NS C ~yDRU4 STOR 'atrda fire inuac poliies RI ~4f EvenFA R W
SUDY Z4NAY'
the so-c lle tall
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C'.3 t-3c C- C- c3c3 (-e-~~~~ AS 3E ?3-333i ~ 3I
? ?3
?3 ANOTHER ?
L ~~ A ~ gUG en ?
u-3 o r e~- 1. What does "recherche" meant
33 3 /2.,.Why did King Arthur's knights
si tarou~id table?
3 3 abacus? 3
3.3 3 3 B BODY'RO~XIS4. -If Englanid is invaded What
33SPARKY WATTSS 14 -r 0 5. Where -does genuine mocha
iMAN4'AGT955-- OUT tN REALITY HE WAY~-i4EE OUT 611YN&a THNI(F MY YO~UR ZAY611TEEXT V=Cl1MVF MUKVWC AR I = ff FOR 3 FUTURE-UT, UKE WHAT YuI4 60T IN ~ O-6., How old was 3Geoqrge, WashFO V40I.Z_- HAVEN'T 'tUJq~NSAID 1 CAN'T 1P C)YU YOUR HIRPO.FQQ(T- JUS1T ME 'igo~ iedo eou
SEEN~E A HIM C~AP YOU GE IE URT--:VN CAN FEEF-L THIS, -A VLAT-IRON.19" M/ I3 I ntn~tt~ed f~h e
I Cmt < WORKN I HAVE A ALL AFTER- ER____ FULL OF C05MIC 5PARKYI'Z V cotIC tion'ary war?
i ~FELIN YWI W AV1D~ rK NOON-- INJUREPI RAY--3,3- RAYS It 7,.Is the slogan "Ariierica First"
A11 CORA- MUT LW, FP~C- original with us?
43 ETSC o8. Who was the "9 rch King"
of America?
- ) 3-The Answers
~~1 Rar or- exquisite.
3. A flat stone placed above the
33cajitei of a column.
~ ,~ FI\ -4. Church bells.- K
_-5. Arabia.33
/ 3 1 6. ~Fprty-nine. 3
C~7 No., Previously an Australian
-- N ,~' ~ ia First," and the British Union 3
33-3 -~il pf Fascists used "Britain First."
- II VS, I'm so MISS, LALN-T'AINT SONSUELmKFLS TS MY INVENTrION FOR CPArCIA~t' 01
'6HOS -~~h~ A i Relief At Last
*"4RUEP UTTLEa OMEl 1e Simper? 3 3 A MIE-NW .GHOAS'GIABy RBECE GOLDEG8 on~hpSua
WINARiL WEMX1EZRR'OA'PCSU I--E PIOtEY SA(bO GOD TW"- '
- WST- HUNT! RUt*AIMW IwTo NTEWIrOTKBRC CLOSES, THE SCISSORS
IDEA L3II1 USTI STRINEA AN' DROPS THI For Your Cough,
DANGE ASI:CA~ RGiT OVER.THAE 61:~ Oreomulion relieve s promptly be. 7'SPOOK. I o cause it goes right to the seatof the
33 33- ~ ,. trouble to hlploosen and epel
3, to soth and healraw, tender,-In3.33.3/flamed bronchial mucous mem/ branes. Tell yordruggit to se4 you
- a ~bottle oCreomuilnwt the un-~ understanding you must like the way It
quickly allays the cougho o r
to have your money back.
3 -CREOMULSION,
- for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchuitis
Frank Jay Markey Eydct.Ic
.3 3 3' 3 /WomanIes Land 3
REG'LAR FELLERS-You Kniow It's Easy un Tires-- By GENE BYRNE&' Mount Athos on'the Aegean sea
DO YOU HA^FTA -YUKOW V IOSS. upu e-! I en. For centuries it has been the
A3-'~' t'1D YUR I'L E. P~TA FG6E T'S~dOO ENUEH3. ~ retreat of monks, and no women
BOHREVERY DAY, YEAHK NE WErt4 OU AY'1 FOR A INIA BAY have lived there.
0 Pul theTriggerer'on
(~t~ .7' 3Constipation, with
L~J~1 / 3 Ease for, Stomach, too'
33 When constipation brings on discom- fort after meals, stomach upset, bloating,
- ~~dizzy spells, gas, oatedtongue, n a
breath, your stomc is poal"crying,
the blues" because your bowels don't3
.~343333~ 33move. It calls for Laxative-Senna to pull
- the trigger, on those lazy bowels, cornTO bined with Syr-up Pepsin for perfect ease -fit(..S to your stomach in taking. For years,
3 33 3 many Doctors have given pepsin prepa-.
333 OP P p Fi all Put One Over 33 MIL AR ~ ~ 'rations in their prescriptions to make.'3
PO -o3ial Pt n vrB MILA WATT medicine more agreeable -to a. touchy
.3-. 3 -stomach. So be sure your laxative con-. you ~I OWE YObJ TUN ANtE ains Syr-up Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Cal h
33 -G1V33~ A LIC VOCfrS. 3soMvE' d AOIIE Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully the.
DIA D,- Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves andGV Y T[FCS1ZYS muscles in your intestines to bring wel- ~
GAIZTZI D E Scome relief from constipation. And the
a good old Syrup Pepsin, makes this laxa3 ~tve so comfortable and easy on your
stomach. Even finicky children love the
3 3 taste of this pleasant family laxative. -Take Dr. Caldwell's Laxative Senna comnbined with Syrup Pepsin, as dilected on 3
01, label or as- your doctor advises, and, feel ... ...4.. world's better. G et gen ie D r Caldwell'&.
~~ If all the salt were taken from
the oceans it would make 4,5100,000
... cubic miles-14/2 times the size of
(Relase is ~Te S! uyalcw~ ue. -Europe above high-water, mark.3
3-RASING KANE-Interpreter Wanted 33By FRANK WEBB
ily Nil IA9 ID r, IU




The Motcel Nes Montcelo,_la._Frday _Jauar _8,194
IMPROVED / ~ f T E Q /
A C E~~rFIO L E j UNIFORM, INTERNATIONAL3WNGCRL
4ACKSON GREGORY S A~so
@GREGOof wiu yLEAHARl LD LU NQUIST, D.D
THE STORY SO FAR: Old Bill Cole, move on and you can -get goin' Cpdyf leaped, down,4 care ed into IReleased by wetrn Newspaper' no.
having been fatally shot by an unknown again. a the jjau4Qhy mall
asain,44ecided It would be fun to creshud-rbsfamna
m~aktwo Idenical wills, leaving his "Ardy iknsaide~ Cole Cody- the horses' heads-'rthey II belil Lesnfr aur 0 lteig1ekiean ie
moneyi andth Kin CoeRht AnnI under hiis breath. "Who's Andy Jen- to pay!'" He\ broke intVo a run fol- W..~o o nIr 0aist-srmppthing girdle which ti> Lee and Cole Cody, children of his two kins?", lowing the way Andy Jenkins had Le.sson~ subjects and Scripture texts se-fimynbak
old cr~ones, Busty Lee and Bacei Cody. "That litlescra'ggy, bu ck-toothed gonle 1apig the falle tree, stoop- lerte and copyrigh~ted ntraetional This done,. he was sittig before a blaz- feller. I don't know' anything abot ing4 and~ running on along the road. "l fRlgol duao;ue.b. Ing fire~ in~ the living room at the Ranch ,him." He turned slightly to call back Like Long Peters beoehmewaan6 ar.S6-tks
when Rance Waldron stepped* ~ oerhssold~z vn NT GRE Afe inch~ material; 21, -yas braid to trii.
threatenng Old Bilhe. stepped outside Hpt"o E~~
tendk his horse. When he returned Old a htte~~s fe ~ o~~ih
Bil a dead. Meanwhile, both"An What's it all abut? wCh
-Et~co~ne by hier, Aunt Jenifer) From th~e stage's dark interior GOiruaymn gnae LEN TX-J7o 3:116 Encos 20v cepsi osfr
GOLdy TET-or 6ns odr so loedth
;)and tCole Cody~ were on their way-o dy tnis nwrdgrvl n -Br evr-a~h e r by the"t wold thth gav hi nybgotten Sn atr
the anc bystae. ebyhrstowsge.e Net oihecoo.kEpd ollctey, Vbit*etd ingteaytngthe' aman thtatbsoeer eloev t onhim houd nt Ptten N ........... iznot.
toe otne ther. n~ hi eterryng to~k -ore 1. With An it was dif- perih,. ut have everlating lfe--4h .:16.............
No cotnfe wt th Atry Tle i Strs, al-Iv gt n eel Ve tcm oisln r NamAes..
me isabu foren 4uars, silver, 'ers she'd rther'be issuing them. Ni odm came to our L~ord
CHPTRYVln gldethccTa w hat'an J~Q~s. d s~e~pi coIchainf and Then, te steps ahead of, wen Hie wis> in Jerusalem for the___________Trow ard midday they stopped at H~~ e's sure welcome' :a ha~d droppedhis bag and had a Hisdsciples, had perfore is Stage' Stop in a bit of alpine valley Lon Peters elaye Jenser. frchn nd~ an irst mirace at'aa ad had made
where they7 nooned, ate at a" long P Ere e 104pke at ~ w oh h e lf1~ ~~nuet
oillth-covered table and changed thr a i l~ 4on~Pi\dropped, jst~ a' Lng Peters bad~?~ Man users sa rusalexn useo
h~~~rse~~u tjhe shlope and the reverbert th f t.Ad~n t l~fieea~
Then piling back into the' stage ing,,crack of a rifle, anid a, bullet Cole Cody got hi glms o h Inigh, and holy indignation He odfsindmto ut HFW
and, with a crack~ of Long Peters' hellze aith atov dees goipe, and sa I driveles thenmoney Goe C
whip, they' were again on their way. the ~ buko himh, lokn iea squat oar 2U, dople. the 354 who
On the high seat, rolling his ciga- e hd' jutt sho I menbsi git-i -th shadows' about hbim. lookd fod h cmn of th~e Mes- _____________rette, Cole Cody looked well pleased nsthvoc afleshapl. "et Th twarget twas one too good yet iah a a secular conqueror w~onwith the world. Hehdhaddthe ov nyuJniao'I 4 heews udeosdvi osho erda thsnw prtullaer af-uhl okt
h~& eda& weat move ne yo -gtherw i e iila
twi~o ladies up into the coach.- t adwe Ihe ayt'v '-nd Col C.~ody~ set l to okWt t d probably amuhon their Ateiahmtel h epi
it and'how much. Step-vely" C dyal sethi owntha Nioe oe hirsnsi ild okt
They swirled away throu.ghFid- Cole C~ody Sail thetl to oon Pe- camee To enur of beus haul as gla that~ Junior Nwiadi ve
der's High Pass, cuirved hazaros caan tooo ins groue a momntfir
l~ log te tep ,id o 4an rs, "There are ;anyhow two g o ac Inhsgou~atioet aniswering is questions Jesus
Mountain, made a. descent with eP. Tht01iefomh11e fbullets fanning hisear.~~ Through-aOa t~entue
up; not fromi the mn talkig to us.s ulyosiou anh ne ito of Chenriatian The ________ishalf-_abushel!
brakes squeaing into Lng4 Va,1ey, Tedie odd IwsiIcud u hsh ~ aul osiu onlyetac noteCrsinlf
1~'~-~ Te due~ ndded "I ~ .of other sounds; ;voices shoutinbe-.
and then began ching'agauin'ad get a slight of him-"~ the bytedorthhenw irh e
so ie bh afternon slid away and Jekn scabe boq u o in him An' mn h ters; gneration is the act of God whereby
began> rp~ unigotars the-qic be at ,~ ofe ay horse hoof Gaso Qii Stomach
shadws tn l ars he 'coach. nd th-e~ divinienauei frtdoth
Dark Can~yon, they saw a star.4 ;~~ fedd' ae e~VlWohrmn h n
But it 'Was daylight againr when' teres 'by~- thi whe ons nbh~~f~t~frss~ ~ot entered
the~y cres~ted the niextck rile There was with a~4r~sh Where ~iere W~ <~> th ond he Sen b ullet~ after questing wto4hp 2p2l.~
witp" riush wedn,hre heree wa~~eysbullh9S ~ ?gy et, striving to beat down thue Miekt erthh
st~c f dwnill~~ blac yk bulk before him. He heard~ Godb almost any othe rj mas .
Cdy also Ite heav ybomng voice yel- culturee. reform ch~arace bulint2
"Ltook sharp, way down there and 4-n nelc or reec co' way 2-61avs Si W"-~to
straight ahad anda maybe you'll I. The Nkectest f Reeeao
seesnfab o ido n 'Bld fired again and this time hear a~(Q> y eea
Eae It's only twenty mile fromz cy >~f ~ e
here. Anid -inside the hour,~ whe eS e o~~uwio~~u r
we start down the Georgia Road,~4uu. ei al J y~dgita~~htto~ flren ar-e
o~l e t ~n AJlost'sight ofhsc qarynd 'har his visitor, nqrb te visitorsur- at t e* ei st
Jamps by then. Hold your hair on, hi runn4iing boots cashing through tessibl costs, whe yoi "sew~ at
young feller!" Patr suget case pimles andldes sosu ai re an i ne yeI
a~c flasy hought tenty he ds-e
On~e ~d touhtth~the41 flying hof. Hte emptied his guins hat ibis-mni, a cutured and is'
tant windows, but it was merely atotdnsnig teAa nuuiedulrote
wik n a glint and he' ih aeelo angry mockery. No further be born--gain~ ihe i's tosee te shnd cameback The wild staccato kingom of God.,
fancied it. -The~ sun Ta*.s almost OU E O DT Ec nut
't-wsb~dnb pieof -rnning "oo'fbeat died swiftly God is no respecter of persons. TQM=nn
studed shoulder of the mounains awy. fr nintat h sa Ths"dco of diviity" must:b itmc n yucnecp ,
ngts filles sithe h fte bragin', jutasw' heqieie t 10,
they rocketed down intof another go man insultssUe t> hso gn, s~a4elit~
-eeisided iittle valley. ntreg~I4 t'e ~ e Sca r e
It was gone for the day when the I< T igh 'rnig ottscmng u ltuewhe k kigwllgv i
setupward aggi, and the stars beiootim ad nne wa cuch In 1anoher
wer out in earnest. Wa deep dak aticknn teacher .of t
ab~t > rant of the-one esential elemn
hu~nahrt~i irt? Oh, you were spleni! futpe is uti h
Cole Cody put back his shoulders Rnbakt th stg, Ann reinly spfrfthecol ~r~ng ei oesrnl al e'ple
and breathed deep, the glory of th~e solt 'etpsfryi*~n ~ &iern iet hi owud~ n works, stv il
onconming night a. lovely~ thing, the7 w et-i fat~ he A noalw or giv
night> air strong and clean and HEead d~own, he was>busy fingeig his Ipyicl t ab on spiia e osrthtefneso ah
h~ady, the tang pon' it cartridges up out of his >belt, shov- e *eflgrstwl1
headite tag4f ins poeilie.
l el ofapidecade.hot ing them in hot haste into his twwo oes >egv bou ale kid gloves bhe cleanings~n9 ,dI
Then al fasde n ihutgn.H to oet stan Lodo th "must" of verse 7: (1) pla ea rigirni eac iger 900 ie i 91ccike *
warning,~ startling him out of a rlev~- ing hi ears against the silence.g~~~ anad it~i be easy to942'b .atte a ef o6,0 riis
ere ft for~ the houfr, the stage driver Ther was not a sound that did not Aindom an cannot tobe erntered bye ration!ina notiqaaxo.Es
cursed1 explosively andA jammed on c'' omle from behind him, fromr the wa of ou hua aud nd (2) Ve h *sntial driving is now pge s
'is brakes and leanedi back against stage, 4its occutpants and nervous, 'that which is born of the 'flesh is ,n tr~ el and~rg ofe "All rainngbc
his reins until he pulled his horses horses. It would seem that the par- flesh" andis radical and e'ssentia- so as to.be unf o~r use, try sof Io for> 2,880 mles of driving
~ '~n 'theii ~i~inehes, punchedty was rover. He~ was sure that one lear wh the gies isai~ t ~a ~ 7. ~"
an struggling, with the ft 4he el I~ the bandits was Iued, little a- da ermaime.~bennt
against the wheeler's rums Quck byteohrto? He Waledto, tans 6,19-1. Scitr on this point "ntewel'iseto.Hv
cries of alarm,~ burst fok th Long Peters' carbine cracked and bher the lithe ma0, And Jekis Phtgapstarhvyeomure ie emvdfomt
coc'5itrir a f tre onsptrad-ote~.7hr h~i enr thy J tiis diametrically opposed to th Iipilsyeec
hadt firee~ and htla.eaching of uinbelieving mnu. -Whn edl em o ok like spread and closely chiecked. YqalN
deiAngly at what he could -see of the something in hi adgarpet-ag Jenkins wa sitting up one band, tec r~sbe~iipo new by~ washing them wit a piece- smtmssosintewyo u
driver's face. a pnopdonbtthe ha/ on the other ffiis-rGo4's Wor isrgt olilo ht otnwdigdpe n tlcras injre.tacLtei
"There's a tree across the road," NetePoyio osd against hOis, side B~ thetF-~ old wa er otno used colored
~iriuttere~1 J~c~g ~Peters. A~d ~ ~ 'j~ ~ < g Peters 'press yit 11~ Sie eaur of Regeneratio' b4~triD ntueclr nb1 n ae~la
muttered~ss Loth wees n oy i e CoeCdy stooped 'over Theime cotton -Wadding anld never use
eain~. u~ n pengls watch ei p ogrs;bot wih ~ ~ Vv 8-18). "n' 194 asOC tota 21w supplyo
leain ou ad~perngcloel atstainngeys wer prbn'nt te teui gil-a wit heni. ase~ The new birth is a divine mystery soap, soap Powder, or aiionia rubber amounting 'to 1,400 lt leaders; notn feet ahad of~e "c'.taa ~ Hu grt bad Jenkinhumansreason.y. just 0old water. tons,31,00 or2%4"ssq
lat aw I, otte fet'ae fdar~k among the pines, trying to l10- no f enathomabe b ua esn
it first, and in time before the coach fereinhe the xnunwkot of blood, al 'ight nrtoepttru~4teltl irm, A little- salt adde totels
shad piled 'up on' it,' it [being Long~ though; fird me 'in hand oso sto the tinst alle wiil prevet ote
Peters' business to keep his eyes danig shot. The latter, they knew, hol ; en' meteritllgnewlnvru-fo frezn on the lne
wouldl be'.staning we'll-concee be dy steooinpe an to slo the fteritllgte-~lnevru- rns ae l r~etclte
on the road for-Well, for things lke hind one of te big-boeh' oy~ppdai dt'lt rl,.an .!it; orF +eev1tsbesng ,




EGH TfHEMONTICELLO UMS, MONTICELLO&, FLORIDA FRIAY, >JAiNUAR,14
* I HE: RAfflE AND CHAFF
HINTS To HOUSEWIVES IN YOUR HAIR
IWeekly from Home Demn- i
Lat*it itsstration Speciaists, Tatjlahas ee AyBo~LIl~e fie Couunty Commissioners (Hla~ byE Florid Ne- eve
Prceedings B~oard County Commiis- B sael.. hrb Wenured phe Floida News sioners' RKoomu November 4, Servic~J~9 me o preparea se ies o -,
Ii or ony qm i-pared for warime sr ice wlson widsprad interest, in the miatter, ers of JeIffeson County, Flr be f u i~n ou akt. We ae buti is mos gratifyig' andin this i&,met this day~ '. inreular'session, asked to ,kecom t ese coin~I Le t d artc 1. shal atempt to cea? thee eig reent Chairma~n C. J and t b assrec tat tey hav Lip a msuniesa din thtseemns Reams. nd Cdiisoes John met the aprvlo jat~'dfo ohv rsn ocrig h rb
Wrght;anid E. Grantham' 4 value steejs. h a eali sIsae nm ,frtatce h M inutes of the. meeting ofOta as
appi'veld.
Te eolwn acouns were x fmiWarbri ,sleycnta a
i uned, approe -and ordered paid slane br FRETLS
Thera nfirtll v thahha -Aho p ygroupof Bitish woe and lhilre are etued an1 heir arrvli
erl aounts,, signed, seale and,~i secon rcnt aI iner payadetre rang an ev'yiono aielbrw ht
colo from~ j3Qri gu mrtal t7eaiosgowantso
conesge noenBad rvdditi dcriae Aa Gbatrlssweed-fe eie favnue neule nti ar be eeps
tfrw r roz.shp'ondfr3liti rmth at winter e~e4-,a 'oreodad u nS
shde of~r of~e ina'om-cepal--6'
l*e people period4 i n ie bots thi grupvspik e up byaGr ensure o n hc hy set 8
e5 pin Fudusb teneestytat i
527 :t 532 inlsie pai have bet nee e byl t e U
quest rL I S. foce tain partaint
to~ aupr ------ $9.0 si -a lost whe th Jaans ede plant,
ppla he ony proem ~&isP4
L. R.s Rany suple 185.80 ezdte' athde n Maaa m~~etodnb dcrtiatn tha w ill
epio~r hd deieri inn th form the. ot h n Itl
0325 Penisulrn Chmia Go.,O anMrsh., It, i'also ee ~ f~ou~ tha itta ca goum %esa~ ljP ~al ti
24AsMtBn IaJbIJ [.4 peopl demand? Agin the answe That is rre butst suchg pri te .. 'a ,htthenisteie'1
5326 Fe QCti for our4~ fih~ 1 rtc and affily< To haercie h tc-otefie r hf n ar hl edao ocvr ht-i
spray----------- --------~6 33.66 1ex Ny~il yd nohl an brief ~~~o r 9elo rQUSf O follwin l ar~ticle.
53,2 Jo M.,t Carr -otg ----- 5.00 427 iMs. the. greaer cose~ an 2one decrtcain mahie J deotctn niet s taxes leav
538 The H & B.~s rew Gulf c bas thi' Answe upon.,ti the. ora e- fhee gumr~ ,i~h form~s aoif a glue,
tion~~wa winf ti incvlahanl s~n oiuhcnuino idon1 A EED'
supplies---------- -----60 1321 mes ofn----20 lenday iuhrte Apr th en innede in c~~ @ Al fib ater at makyod isit ~
09~~nee 7oili ~iigC. fe 2 3 ~ ~ Hh wr .0the subjt~ LEa?[oia tha itl ould Laws> ort 193
13. Mr., ed, Msalar O2ur0 134vMrs.mnte anning----40 me~eto th u the qetiond 6-f MU.,hset Intiut Wof Technk- asi t Wremtovepwithual Ariyunuyn 102 M. D 1942, tabcc to. th ef.38 that Mrsi fi.r Aur Biinol----30 :Notice isit~oes hereby giventer
104L.R. aiey,~ip-------1- .07i~ Musrs. adi can ranatr s fore dethi 4tido f. s o veme in"INtem
I~se--------.t. 2.25 13 Mrs. Un-l~ SkIe- -.9 S. oayor hodeiffaeriict
130 . Baishp rent. eCo,. 1s38 Mris Mad veeoe Masal-----r ) ety eran A. wha 1th2. temmasdcriae yteS.Jh.a
106\ate exla.iv Power'i &on Tigh go.e 14u ans. illutraton. Alln-----.0 issessd ofe T7xes deaeso Coiznt .?.
light 7.62 141th Mn er. augnd e ga toaer e-.0 inthe bingg nof uther textie men
107~ to be entiresln icesfct If-.- 3.yo14 Mary Hoke Noonn---20 the Boardi then adjoiubnd A.TE UN. 1U93R6, OFs file COCamOe COinN.
Otober 1942-------------1 0pn Davs--------.0
~~~~~~~~~08~~~~~~~~~~~hehn time yo, HatelietJy haa0v4er.Jss r~ily 20 pppe:C VRA$,IOTCLOCC-9L.BTLN OP
Ocoe 1042 ---- --- 1p 30.00 145uct trat mahne,'rcs -is thei~a 6.00i ottest Chairma 0. an Js re oe asl ,o i" decie poet
VYP H.Sth Cek
332 Jun Anesn o, 1.0 m ya d r, e ,,la ,y u ,ida f-~-et e ae s a-hp nee ,ta