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The Monticello news

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The Monticello news
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Monticello news (Monticello, Fla.)
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Monticello, FL
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v.58 no.28 January 29, 1943

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~MONTICELLO' rurRED CLAY HIL
The Great Middle SECTION OF
Gateay o ]Fo,!d& HON'ICELO EW SFLORIDA
THE NA IOME) OF THB PAPER SHELL PECAN? JEFFERON COUNTY, FLORIDA'S IDEAL FA RMING AND DAIRING SECTION
VOL. 58, No. 27 MOTCLO,-LRD FRDY J .i 4UA> >29,~ 1943 FPAIVE CENTS A CO'Y
OPA REPRESENTATIVE A>'Ir EPE~~TTIVE KAHENE1 THAR DEPUTY. EREV
EXPLAINS PLEASURE WIL INTEVIE BOYS, SPONSORS SHOW FRARRANTSIS MZLEAGE
DRIVING BAN MIGPRLYIUI ADMZNZSTRATOA
1Mveetin- with m members of thei E.E. -Lwislocal yothipreen- P.Sa trtos ow~ne of the (Seca to iThe Monticello New)
local Rationin,; Board anjd members 6tvfxt :. dsr1 here eg .ir ee 1
of /thown and county police force, ~~ ue. r ~ t~t el~ par ayi sn Shi GIrat, -was nSturday, afternooni, Ar Rice ex- t nervi by n gil who are camig n drive for wh4i allpro- tiidls ekb J .Glin tt
plined -wvhat is meant by pleasure erested.,in obtaining free training gced willgo for this case Ts milege adiistraor 0 orida hiah
driving and asked all law enforce- in radio, welding, mac~hinist or, (ay nigit, Felfruar 2-a bee w rOec teto
Depaiment of r:poriin app4 lie iei as
ment officers to siti eotn sheet metal. Boys m~ustb eithr1 l nated s inftmeiit ofayss night.n
voations of the pleasure dr 1'g ....Io 1,7 and~gis m~ust be between the Tickets will-'e sold bythe~ school Jef Of 3e gadm
,bnwihbecame, effective recent- a,'es of 16 t 25, inclusive U~pon com- children of effe~rson Cunttrpl a is .eetes >G
lHe said thle ban is being used pleon of 'the course placements aret doyu at by atin Spicjir L.HllnefetveJn
,t cut down -oi all unnecessary driv- aslrdn Ifeeilt your tickets frow. thu&a
whichh would entail unnecessary# ws~ilb~tteMi c9h.~ 1e 6~ r~h 'uyA?~t ~ <~
osuiption of gasoljie. county court house Fridal mning' d1ate, F~ebruary Attend Kathriue ha rmdo~oprehensv
Legitima~te buiness is niot affect- at11:30. Anyone interested a4nu- The4are.n o ir n i~ nIs
eby tile banv. Social calls, attend- ablo to see Mr. Lewis 'on his Ivisit a etizens in apti
theatres 61.or h places of'.A ia rttoNY,.dhhaeoti certive moement to6c
amsemlent, extertainment programs Fla..'sev'rb ran gsoiefrth
business injecting in churchess. 'saux- natinal War effortada tesme a
1 a ry meetings, etc., do corn uinde~r time effecting an eooic svn
ie ban uponi driving. If 'a driver EMND O T.19 L. 'CAS in> tie and gasolineby sharig
can Atte~nd any othesewithou go-~S GE ~U>9>L Izi ELECTS OFFICERS caror doubling up and eljmn in
>~Lodon ith '~arni~e 1 ~~eab-w ~ e~trips.f
\t~th 1 ri~ it lef tis 1 atstdu sp t ercent in mieageb h e hr
leasure divine gis urged. Violators school in, ruins. Rescue -worker ar looking for bodies. This is the' th home of Mrs JonCok Fiay ou arPaneuty Arant wils of han willbe> enaJiz~d. Taxis first timne iLdon hsbee nbobed i~n mn mnth- 3 diopbot. after on 'o as week.maeasryoftecuypare hot, all Ved to dlriv~e a. pasn by Mrs.v~~>~W 'y~ ~i
g'er toplaces of amusemtent to whic E.VMlo wh took as her su b- lowin aomn ties: Audila Loyd
the person could not, dxi his RA C TET GADE CLUBZ NEWS jetaithi', f' oied by' fpryrby Lamnt, Wcisa Waukenh Ash
Siff A. S., Grant, speaking for 6nTuesa niht Feray2 atrS n n~~ pt at xui
count law# nocmn officers,~~r ~ L ~~ c r wer givn by Ms. B. J. Hiamrick. pioina lcal committ.eto devs
~~iifsr~~~ce ntune ~ yi~ ntil Thlsb reports, greo~~atifying,-a s
adPolice Ch9Jief Alfred den&ster men attehm fM ee-otwrIbepasfncrtis o
bexhalf of the townl forca, promisedfurther noicmebes of the Co-adshwdta muc~had ben aeolidate busins trp nhust
etnate ~ ~ ~ ~ Uo Cenrcu. h h~ ter of tel fro outy o ad ~el
fullterin cooperatio wit th O..A in c sey byi the ca s 192 th O et;arnin a mtul
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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, January 29, 1943
WH' Nominated to High Posts by President Roosevelt CLASSIFIED
NEWSNTSFOR SALE
* Pansy Plants-Steele's Jumbo, the finest
...e.grown, gigantic blooms. Mixed colors.
T.50 for $1.50. 100 for $2.50, postpaid. ThWARDIS PANSY GARDEN, Cordele, Ga. BY
441111e F' PARoRn I WALTER WINCHELL i on a tour ? YARD GOODS
Cons li d e u e F P artonIduty outside Continental U S. D uring is
Consolidated Features.-WNU release. absence., contributors will substitute. SLIPCOVER, DRAPERY FABRICS, 48
inch. Sail-cloth pridtes( with vat dysfor
it~ms,, ,=It~nlatin~g beauty.: Floralsj~e stripes, solids 94
EW YORK.-Tig shots galore Spstin beau rloralstdtrpe s a 94e
are headquartering in Washing- -e reasonably priced Write for samples.
..ton n ,uo WEAVER'S TEXTILES, RALEIGH, N. C. ton now, but, of all the -gathering ~ ~ :44.1.SO L
Eric A. Johnsons'is probably the WEKNOW
Sonly one who. l for Immortality
Comes Long Way s actually ABOUT THE JAPS Ki forImmortality
To Beat Drta f o born .theire.
. S. Leadership He is thump- By James R. Young Thebelief thata pso ut
ing for Unit- Who Was 13 Years in Tokyo for INS. die a violent death to obtain a
ed 'States world-leadership when future life still prevails among
peace is won. from the other MAYLING SOONG FOUNDATION, several tribes, notably the Batta
side of the contiHent where he heads honoring the First Lady of China, of Sumatra ,and the Chukchi Of
side off the continet whrehehed
the biggest electrical manufacturing established by her many friends in Siberia, says. Collier's. Thus, as
company in the Northwest. He this country, has been given further an act of filial piety, a son kills
speaks, however, as presidentiof the impetus by Wellekley College alum- his father. and mother, when they
United States 'Chamber of Com- nae on her arrival here 25 years aft- become feeble and are ready to
merce, and with Bryanesque elo- er, her- graduation., die, .so fhey will 'achieve immotquence,. tality.
President Johnson quit Wash- ,Shown above are three men whose nominations to high posts peremad by President Roosevelt. Shown' TWO JAPS, former students in the
ingtonwhe he was a nipper, be- at left is Wiley Rutledge, of the District-.of Columbia court of4 appeals, named to be an associate justice; of United States, are reported handling
Ington~~~4 whe he wa ipr e cause his family quit it. By the the United States Supreme court, to fill vacancy caused by appointment of James F. Byrnes to the office of the 12,000 man Jap invasion army FO
time he was sixhe, wasiselling Economnic Stabilization Director. This is the eighth appointment to the tribunal made by President Roosevelt... units in Northern Japan. These men MOROLINE
tie ewa s4he wsselig Center: .Edward J. Flynn, -retiring cliairman .of, the Democ~ratic cBmitee nam'e fo5fieo iitrt f,~ 'ERLU EL
C mtpapers on Spokane'sfstreets. By of n st would specialize in a follow up, after
the time he had gotr to high Australia, to succeed Nelson. Johnson, 'who is re tirig from the diplomatic service. Right: Pretiss M. Brown, combat troops, in commandeering PETROLUM JELLY CT
school e he wa rot the (ormet Michigan senator, nom ipated to the office 'f Price Administrator to hll post made vacant by resg., radio stations, telephone switchsbhool news. He' yielded then, nation of Leon Henderson. All three nominations were sent to the senate for. confirmation. boards, gasoline stations, highways,
however to a cras love of mon- railways, bus lines adin which
hnuestOeos uiet.Herj ey and through hid four years in houses. One is Lieutfre HenrySan males and females, when married,
college he cleaned up as a lon A-e eAa r is
Solier He 'r' Tain fgor Arti pFigoh
U p neg manuha omrSn rni ati hirmjrt tteaeo
shoreman. His notion was ,o resident, and as of ,Dec. 7, 1941, in attaiti their majority at the age of
study law. d cash in on his charge of Japan's so-called cultural 18 years an dthey revert to mito
society. in Iockefeller' Center; The ity, until they are 21 if one partner
oratorical! git u h is sceyi okfl e n0 Te WMNW)S
When the War was oyer hie turned *n- g e i o b oe teand E
salesman." Tht led onward and up- . .ional athletic teams. collef An Lart
ward to ie)cthcal manufacturing. -iorfat tic t' a s.
Forty-five he is, -as they use. -I, ot
to say when, Cluett and .y.A BICYCLE thechif me'nsoi
set the standard o ~l e't, i.~Iw '~'uw w0
set te sthdard f m ransportation in si. liar~ghai,, noit
handsome' enough for a, collar-ad. osts..$10,000 in, Chinese currency.
handsom enoug ~for collr-ad l' The aps, a-Pal'akwr Creomulslon relieves promptly beHe is friendly, t He hasn't yet The J. p roes riE ao wereCo relo ee
theI ord' largest bimke cr cas it goes rih to th ea fh
been listed 'among the country's 12 Jhe world's largest bike nacur- o l osen and xe
bes-dressed men, but he gets ars, making, them froi processed erm ladenphlegm, and aid nature
into a modestly striped- sti"t he American scrap at $3 apiece and soothe and heal raw, tender, Inintoh't midd strkeej to it 'h sideselling tlhem. n a ne y install- amed bronchial mucous em
doesn't 'need" to keep 'to the side. ~" '. """'mn oe~er ntl- bran. Tell your druggist. to sell youstrOnbets." Youn es"ment plan to 'the. natives of, .Indo- r e g, a,...
streets.'a a settle of Creomulsion with the unChma, Siam and 1Malaya. 'In 'the derstanding you must like'the way it
4-'"....4 ...rive on Singapore, Bangkok and quickly allays the cough or you are
HE petty matrdn 'decided that RRangoon, the Japs seized the bi- to have your money back.
the photogra s te r cycles and literally peddled th ir CREQM ULSIO.
boyer- quite a lot.' ot Valentino? way through the peninsula. okyo t o CDROn
Well, Yes! Around the mouth there t .. .aias an esti ated '2,200,000 bicycles. forCou, Chest ods Bronc
S Aof nn was oa defi- Few have oaster brakes, which are
wAn Air of Romance ite eugges- the costliest part. The ingenious Jap Few Chinese Words
About Our Chief of tion of Val- manufacturers decided to leave off n the Chinese spoken language
Chemical Wafa et his the expensive part-if o want to thre are comparatively few
tender,"sen stop, fali Off. words, but- each has niany differsitive . Whoa-a-a-a! u 'e meanings.
T7 The photograph was aonldld ol THIS WINTER Shanghai will witone of M Gen. William N Porter, ness hundreds of daths from freezdciief of chemical warfare se vice. ing and ifisufficient food. The EuroBut even though it wouldn't have npyan number IEXTN
been cricket to spread that tender seal t s n il i t
and sensitive salve a thicker' h eo weather in the white-clad mountains of Wonalancet, N. H., provides all the rigors that would shveralpthousanids, will'tuff, too. as imples, bumps (ilackhead i and
and senit iv a lve any. th c e h0h a s a t W n e s i e al v l r k n o t s i M li n pi
pretty matron was on thi e beam be encountered 'on the frozen plains of Russia for men and dogs being trained by the U. S army. Here you wheat and rice, and sealed Red n.ieres with 'sirtple hom extent.
hen she perceived an aura of ro- see (left) the army's sled dogs, trained by Milton Seeley, pulling a machine gun and its operator. In the h ie an e ed re'a -- e k nce. Dieo aion s.
whenshceie an .. aur of ro-, Crss...........ne..'a.al ilig emsittuce. s
mance around the general's. phiz. picture at upper right the driver flourishes the whip as 'the dogs pull over a difficult terrain Lower right: White Ole s iintmentonly as diThe general is a romantic man Under cover of a smoke screen, gas masked army gunners push their machine gun sled units forward in new r reted. 10c, 25pe50ce sizes. 25 yearsuccess.
fei~ed, attack.nhisb- ,tinIsgosap Enioy famous
Commissioned. as,4 ensign at~ h~edei hnhisb- leakr n ite Skin Soaodaly
Anpapolis 1909,; married' 1l910, Newlow zero .weather than survive and an w
transferred to the army a ood Japs n N w uinea Leads Russans require to be fed.
second; lieutenant, the same Worst Slave.r.hs
year, the general was no Ulys HILEANS are being told by the The worst of slaves are those
ses to go rowing poff while his Jap ambassador down there that if that are constantly serving their
Penelope sat 'alone ashore. Of their country breaks with the Axis, passions.-Diogenes.
course the general's ife rates Japan will bomba the long shore line /
an assist, a couple. She was Japan for years was one of Chile's
the apple.of the general's eye i great nitrate buyers. In return the YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FRO
but she was also a navalt' o p Chileans obtained Jap cotton pieces
cer's daughter. She knew, as goods, pottery, rayon, uniforms and
chirsips ara a hateors ofChilean nitrate, sold by a British TLASHES,
wi: iellis thea sena kntew froma FrankSmiltar e illm s Botoad ofr IyIct :
his one year at sea, what sort of ....,,...,,....,.4..4,,44,If you suffer from hot flashes, diz7Ali
livHees naryee controlled company, went to Japan ness, distress of "irregularities", are
knows snow ftb sort of life an' Rs in return for munitions and agricul- weak, nervous, irritable blue at
army cotiple canl live. Very, ture. Now we must use nitrate on 1midd **-age" period In a wornang
Pleasant! the Japs in the Padific. Just as our life-try Lydia E. Pinkham's vegeThe general hustled alongtne prot oil and gasoline have taken the Japs table Compound-the best-known
The eneal hstld alng rie ro-medicine you can buy today that's motion files past enough more sta. to the Solomons and the' Aleutians. made u espec noi u for woman.
motio fie past.... enug morenzsta-neraOrndas' Dr.fLwagYutangthexplainswootheil
aOr, as Dr. Lmn Yutang explains the Pinkharns Compound hast helped
tionary officers to 'staff a corps 'and aao,'e odteJpsteNnh iousanos upon thousands of womnby 1941 he had his two stars. Now parade Etwe sold they the Ninth hto relieve such annoying symphe lias the tired face of a man who Avenue Elevated so they could make toms. Follow label directions. Pi nkworke o ha btthe'rd nobtlullets. Now we have torn down the ham's Compound Is worth trying;
4 works too ohatd, but thee benevolent.. .,.
face of -a man who wishes others as Second -Avenue Elevated to make
much good in this world as he has bullets to fire back at the Ninth Avehad. The only ones :who' lack his ~ .nue train,. ~ e ou a od
good wishes are the Nazis and the .4 ;, '-- tYor a8018
Nipis. Alert against, the 'thinnest hint HOUSE FOREIGN' AFAR b''o I-epA teAi
of gas attaclys, 44bgep al says. His p ~" "'"'"'"~ ommittee -should> includb besides
service is primed to give back a .l4..4~4,. Clare. Boothe Luce, a, famous meddoube dse.ical .missionary from' China, -Dr. doube doe. ~. ,... ,One of the youngest generaIs in Walter II.~ Judd, elected, from MVin- Use6 at first
' '~~ the history' of the Russian 'Red neapiolis. -He wasone of many warn- sign of aC
HE urge of women io all sorts army, Liett Gbn. Konstantin Rokos. ing 'us years ahead of' Japan's meth- 666
of positiorts of authority in this .. sovsky (above) is making~ a bid for od of attacks, Possibly the Luce- TAstVrs
wre economy iadsppr. tme by'his hadlin of Rh ra Judd combination might shakedown NOEU$S
Mt The remains of some "good" Japs-dead ones-are shown lying about Don offensive against the 'Nazis. some of ,the mentally stagnated .coUGH DROPs.
Legion Aux. WJa athie- as an Australian burial party digs graves soon after driving the Japs out 'General Rokossovsky is in. charge of 'members of the 19tate 'Department. Try "Rub-MyTism-a, Wond Lintment Chll"a mnb) a s @teeastern, ato ea in New Guinea. "Just do' e anyone tell th diesltiest of Tsimlyansk, And here's a tip: These Chinese are _______________C aege Woe h*"pxs you that the Japs aren't anything but tough,'~ said one marine corre- with the Caucasus key city of Ros' indignant thwe arasern disotened Uof
To Stop. Hoarding .dn A f'Te spondent. "They are very tricky fighters." toy as the ultimate goal. -.Huls dntepFartmestearvso afer
I AmericanIVrHulsdarmnayaafe
Legin Axilaryhrow ou toherwar- started. We'd. better. clean sex. ohsay te womenareth Nazi Panzer Brass Hat -in Tebou rba ( Churchill Double tho e aieer barnacl
hardin;rahre will be none if they o peration from the Chinese.
Auxiliary presidents "used tp Z''.':'7.' 4a RAY KINNEY, the coast to coast
be just 'presidents of, the Le- ~P Hawaiian bandman who recently
gion' s tag-alongs. But nowadays,-'''"'-'- ~ ."-~~-..- played to a $22,000 house in Chicago,
when' any of the tag-alongs may knows H Haaia egsatv orked sna'o
'turn up in congress or better, He orked---as-a page boy int the Tertheir president isn't to be quiet I t~ ~itorial lialls. Hlis brother'is ah outed with. a box of cady -or a .'"standing authority .on Japs in HaMahbtought to ha-e-a wide ago which was -Suppressed because N E
audience. Legion members have it revealed Jap 'plots and intrigue in'
w ist enoigt he ths SIRaGEORGEillegal oneiratonfwrk.IAfLELMNS CO L UI.0
Her husband fought with the AEF +'s SRGOG ASM n f RSSAC OCLS.
an te outhdi~sonan a sonthe few British officials really famil- 'Good-tasting Scott's Emulsion con-the presidency of the Auxiliary unit ;-"':;Y ,.econouc expert on -Far Eastern -af. often needed to help build stamina
bu Alameda, Calif. By steady steps,"4'"'" fairs to the British Embassy.- in and resistance! Helps build strong
.ihe moved up -through committee---,----.4 ,., ~Washington. His counterpart in the bones, sound teeth too! Motherschanirmanships, area and state -pros- ...--.--.-.-" American Embassy m i Tokyo w as give Scott's Emulsion deidy.idencies to a seat in -the national---------',,Frank Starr -WIllhams. Both- Sir Recommended by Many Docturs
executive- -committee. She became '---Because of 'his resemblance to Geor~ge and Frank Williams were
national president this year. -Winston Churchill, Dudley Field M1a-, outstanding authorities on Japan's
Her ey es are warm and engaging, lone, noted lawyer, will enact role plans for w ar-but few wanted to
her chin soft, forehead high and This photo, received in New York by way of neutral Portugal, shows of the British leader in a new Holly- listen to them, especially the cotton mighty, -upper lip straight, 'school an unnamed German panzer general and his staff swaggering through the wood film production, With M1alone people who were selling the Japs on
ma' amish! Housewives who over. streets of Tebourba, Tunisia. This is the town that was captured from (right)- is Mlanart Kippen, who ill credit and wanted Williams to help .
look her wo:'ds on -hoarding had best the Alliek forces by the Nazis in December. play Josef Stalin, collect their bills! '-''ware their knuckles.-




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All the Japanese people have been broken househb14 equipment. This is war.. 1
taught that morale, thp willingness government priorities come st. so take the message of sa
toseacrifice, will 'win the war. They care of. Ihat S'ou have ..,. as wenl as you BEle sp oke of^ the wind, "water,
believed it befr e PearlHarbor, and possilytcn. this clm by-the home- &nd'in this lesson ot bread a Evi a
wha hs happened since has.egnc
evinced them. This conviction, a na- HOUSE UMIDIFIERS CAN BEEo sed
tional faith in morale ,as dititin- HAD IN MANY FORMS ...,is. still the staff of lifes It .speaks
gu ished from blind confidence, is of life and health, of satisfaction and
ap, fro the youngest tco hiltd mehdsa o mdih ai s Bg.ng the five small bar
Sth oldest peasant, is armed of a ith radiators wate e tc
He is undergoing, with scarcely idh him 'into the wilderness, Jesus
aycmlitdicmotanpr-effect because~ radiators do not be- ""'."4i' preaches ky miracle and' by pre.
vations which would bring yelpse of coes *fcent1~ hot ovprz the .' .-cept of etei'nal things. One is gladI
Stake Up and Shine .for a Hearty Brakfast thatia bright ladwas nmoretough
$tanlard of living, which has doe aof the sat thr s the eu This Week's Breakfast acle and the message.
ch'ed to a mere subsistence level, btiveen the e. is ase WDallyBrrakfasts 3
by Rogemp~ritia
wpam- esh ,cloth s placed across the ithew Slicd The etut e oioned
.ns. are ag n pace s en ~i ully and the i r Hota e M 1 e i e
NUapne civilianspc areangemon- twogaer Ba. W at easorbed. by"languawndwg C'dld gs- e e had on toil lire.t TJeyusic9
third as much as they did tedn years" the ends is carried through the rest these mornings ,.*Butterscoteh Pecan IRolls sought im ~utand as-"' ago. All food is ratiodat that of the cloth, and evaporation js rapid tohet th rs Brre daiyi n t ththelopas level Sometimes housewives must iiy the passage of hot air through tometteeasteieie as lbrdh(1 a t. fo38 Tat bne
wait six Ynd eight hours in line to the part of the cloth over the open and a its tasks, a ster sa r "f T ltiter
muca rather offood short pace. Pas of this design are on eahtin
ages in Japan. Essentially, it is a general sale The large l is d
trmatter of conserving by 66per cent companies andkeating cof ye, forhe at cowkatoow tie"o ic o ulra bpor to a c s ly a idiynte in doube quick ixtu puffs, about 8 minutes. His app
bevmapwe r and era rtation to be attached to the ceiling of thee tir F ruit ruice ill wke over and finish cooking in blow lack bf ith e IESI io es than w a uf t ur l ia n c han clotr A c yo g I e r. ti sch lislippeothn s a d is
eio rbidde Mad. rhol or inpae wn do' the t MteY yoe serve on e till yae wtafi an aldrswhich m
cltigngte aeo pf-r an egir firm l ne adjusfttatrdfs seiettigy h all teir ridh asppoer. t behefSectiveloeteratedirrithsa row
tihe ma te ied c iiancllh rer st. anyet' o theze a hahgd h l t onf rntsie buons ad a s
nshitne and oathd e wi ca b slpe o
'ing from toe point wnhre met will provideinthe hse1 tithe Cir 'fit'r se epcly start aate of dollars nd tsmofpr ait .6ad t. tn sen is sen d nows a. swp r hug rto brotIondv'ltmenthy a e re a s r es ate may
perin mus bean madet of thisma- 'thooree th ce~llan tha rpie good6 4s Wie yaini1thtcoig't'itlse s
me a ignerhit drite b ace iy th mreuied vniao.hl o re afassvic, w it e il t e nd the p ile rne Jes-ter o rE w t
min capital as f o bowt t a 4 ho l ofkminced him of tadse uto red on wora as
effesat b a
froy oodh proulpc-tisotharman tee ise olr or kn 4 ( v hotan erals. Ta e lticv- o are d* t ovmae ourt brhe ou inoey youe t~bria tyto y@nithmgs. ,, Station 'rle and site y coki ng. r 11ter i? al houinithigs.Gd he am ..
aoneseo thes pointhre e of Qustion:a nis canailawe me the rufedierar glon 'o ith th r aagebpand andg ationey a s to oat e l in onessf oTh tirs these vbos atarnt. Aelly tk: Up ann to. n farhavand mrightipatyeit Nr. h48ht- dl)
otne d. p year. ey rooms, cauledndr upngitn Iwo u iea eeo f-ollow 'up b*f oreeth P aet a l thRl up ian r
wetnbu ot W e a ttractiv e. o heoam n db u ina- ez na lcrcrney a Mk spon jel ookenr te ta t' 'ulie't re w sd 6'8lenln 4.-iz 34 hr
o ensca ated ue the rood it iyrea galr 'a o was wev e as t a Godh
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pan ofct: the: s it e r te a o tlc do aoi rd o et quil hiot 'cereals acs ,we nantee sarge h Isen pers we ai thuse ths beensaol- wir bset at tand i apaidti co one h that dy W Bekc
ihed. Buse a f r su stetcr e toel bectwlen them. wA ee oha foarm. 1.n' higtspd l u Dily leand Jetv us8-M AT PAT)IE
e e p it rothe oi ow r Yu hu p s in era Ie i rto s ari tu- for oith ire cella r*d tcrov are iov ric' 'rnge vtaminv atore lt e a mu itue a d fee'rdleot
delrsa rit 'o the backos ofndh mo r etilatin. Watilyo Pip e platale it i y 'ouiet 'n e waiy spi egg cs ell bae :~sut I w epleCrs p o eia l thdbw a ecousCnour shTTEN DEatptschools. he othersun alkth thues .cip sitte oliqslm r- t
'frmr'i' h .ild. Bt hi~loh slredyto' ..thits howee, d gitwoul th Hckntiyr bat el oey olil Jesus. 'o th t' wil bde- -fa eae. 3 ot el tCiao
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acet assge nts he r traexileindus and tisultingulteia. Thae be- t, Threood pr way s -ofg don bran ble u an wih le slet a y em Arestedu ewryn bu i ak patr desird Srou e bee
this w thei ofn w ar a-st n th e o xs. oI.is inda pel haneeals Teaqi o ooktpirMsudtong0 ,y
wilsb. rtoe onlyseloatghocha is covered wth rock ter Piea an a t cels"t a t a rl lo are a olls s m our. andeabehity oos r o'bt1mne.mv -,o HAim fAr is yoiunndi t thG when- you ari
'coalaneto he s homeforw2.hurs 'heof rof, 1p at la tr ine agi od; ein with t din ute U verage 'for bre Hetion ie th e h at wityou s
aee. o aed to use tis tues t ay to pao t hiiess thiu- ek a td a r fo r t se t dr u ld and cmee t b mi eral r toits air r iger ithe lin e t e ar Yu si of c d u ti time.gfkeouof atf meosi l.G a frm d 't z s tee
weas the eaig ntrh. Wh ey soe rof the me b g r a hvover cn pe astl eis nt ob eesn. t' woirsh a "h b e
Oafie goneings a venet Pi Yof thei bo i xesi cm Tate lic nn. n c agyastl rise, ne t thamgst w ae n blET
wto e so e an hassn sat l mfocaw he at hs thr iq' p ro r y oh ab ith ried fritgoag te f c b G ithvan oof ablo toel, mn tVis L enr sas. ThT ll nrin g / Tl p.The btgas ano act wat. w Yh
e i al buse anthay, ei Fo il b iwrk bn iecd uttrwin siovl tr a t hev l d r
copaie and: heatin cotacosrelmo ail lie or tHe sw h t n folde-;
vte ur e eTrnort aio or gmitu: ou I o h he aIro o is ,w a on the aieer tlvbu a d water l ai 'ee sural hate' e et t Y da forai.Bt hte woultmbies fotiineeerloud of mytoaprne tlin insu ge ani tha 'fui-n cra'rayt- / cup milk, sc e nto :to wem innicanifiggylar tht os L L- baemn a. ay manpowe r and transpo rt has latedplly we and t hd ie ta flor o""t wo li a n .the Bred a L ( 32- ).
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ii aBou es ant oftrear-hav to cth fther te that i fon will s ieute eapt se aa ut ut 'h ed, it eth "in oLAD
sumption I to- t e n cextlroo prea l e about g rmopinutes pr th
dli hea hie s i rer se d. te 4 a t ecel. a thst in ther i'ute in ah hot m4toi 425dte e). vc eal en th unto 14 ,t 3 n......s nale li e isore s l den"s oi ride to the aoetnd rAtner iTheigo ater m i b th yor oiain mgariine R eo v'well imtnedateyo;eeieicdted byo taithlmCi hriss (an.) tioos Te mothers ste al at wcuhel: Lo ut 4 cups sifted alou the riios leaers ate their nes e o. iS te,
b e gover n t lab o' he.A e m t asy eo, ba %os fes her a and t s bt soh tat
t w ir:afte clo hy e in e 'fe or a' ff omelt a w 3re teaspsursrIskigt.owder..rhcma, oult a ear crunchy tetraar he nplep le ep teg, ugabs at 'MLL. teaold o n spt ei n .t ca ss diticket anday hooctep to t nec- olls oroun evel but wtwll l.. b g ire 1J theeSon o ..t...
pn foriese woe off il roc ms on Lthe srat. Ad wao r. in .fld versn V MO h
Thieigf s n ad abe iQpestible fast me to put oilt creamto a goo bol, The tudn peppert 1o~ p laedrthem warte bead t thdse ntthoe
i lrfro we ek lie, n h, alnreve r leth er, s olan is erpat d i anl Creatmehrt ariant ron. s Ar, stir dvopen5tI o n mia c r an a.ip o t
theyaon caie reaeolr ane ra hro om cy Aohir set d Bease to eof vern and an ev:wt r beat util: T0lht .. Add site drj igsob ie Rhn, shol read
can joizi themagnrmy aweat hOothe the oiot hs with te, go.fingredie alterntel i d ses 47 d 51nt of horins apa wee piols ori in Ja a Aele th ut isaoer eoee nd it that is vo Lth.ahs ynt iCeer'anda il atdo t saleftover minutes p wrei wellr, theo .aes c lae ths wo' thnkle san of tres ian't lothne m uy e of eah mot' oWua asvice do nth 'ep Sainll thetr hi a ad t lepoats n eang shar mu esi'hv ois mehi e d au th 'o teas oo pe ed i rrer ie ned ths r.io6ome a c
ares are baserd. T Answer:Fit a the ie th ono geo p with left lk. '-Whea uwih topp ing andthcos dererl lifccom os toyansome buons ndraa
accet assignment fortan inad sap thifet iton. o thno ox te o matond el si.ayOr ake "in ai mod at floeagteI t is ond "enm o es od g be
-vitamins miner'co ntd costduHisr a uomelet -w'ile wad eggv a sat peppe, '
:screns.t-tae. outes.ak .ete. oti aeul n lwrs.h Bak re ul crsly oen 25to 30ope mnutes, thbread who34). ith mandes hhm o the o st el a Ti not wrn sina lther i m itho j i ents po t n e b a n -d' ie th w v. i v o pn ad s a he eht o e rackslwi to wnt cwheh tobh e ate tit byH forcing wi ll ithe Aere gie ous sa ut re ..., e gmge o whtthe sL ort ,e ah i ,ta aleaerad
-ends f pols to cllectthe ion dus veryfine. teel ool. olishigswitmplantandtiicestfileftveramataracpBbro n sug reThis must e1donein thsrigh fr arm F ppanyM sel a mae a o dands'a.tening. Mn g el a t 9 e of' thn datt fan nath e rble adheo izes most of 20; 4s an
c J oia Chategg w tiff.r Fouseold oroin gy ho oermore givee sew
'oap ae a t op o Qmu nd thwae n do a ted a p Yo tgr r bdea und uinr bre a 3d be and n" (iv 34) On wodesoh The hea anesed cvslien Ans er to m k the bx, using mca er o Boi lange ours sco o ue n Ha yhou a pa rt h sold o ringly, andblem. oo thes perhaps stl thy abods I mnut
night life essential o a rlet inside and out? terlfill withe a d h aodeat, serve Kng lih on bor you wounl ltoh o daiyAreaAfo thei
n wartime. hi ho f 2h s ar Answer : Ush e a cea ent base paint with gravy or tomato sauie expet d ern t Lsae Un gn 2dpbodies. Among them, howvr nad c T edh clsed to cvi ianse Brs are ra- that contaisc a waterproofer. Most ScooP out centers from pota S outhD s ln h ln iat e s mue o r in s e a s te d ..ks of the .int r te p thtin g on. ma tei you a tes, mash potatoes, mix with o p laing e oris e t fi oll o lha d swwer s hae a get tr t
Of fier c tthe ild say a ng' teme doug -oln' 'a. ..egaiindra eye ore such higs. d '3 Su Wll s B io .
be e foar ho o the f perv odut e oat i s a p apht ground leftover meat, efill hieat I nl aen~ lse a tabe aedaella ndlesed thr o'hg His onderf w r ao e6
weas ersm. ait to t e hea t-ock. bee i it h ater .y o and rain t eoelope f rol ,dT herradatuefin New York s 90ed nr will bushes. v asa haxt he ' -'s of ins tin Fooer Ias, Cold be ,Twee e sevral pasofd i ecebson tilrup nch hc prea 'on Are foor 'navenlyou rak teresnt the a......t.in.bloc
wooer 'r bothd tomoie ....
wood toth producioenog wcarcoa" tw~esntheio jost. ShsinceIh d erof -k toayothbt~, bon' u r randnt:gk iss ruiyt el etr stedtJl ,17,
for ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ u all. Buhhtoud tk tmo ytoaatmn ~igts e tin th e als.lla~fr jelly roik eut nof money;tyour'inabilty tr o 'rdo thng rhean "liberty. based.on.la. .". manpower anirnsouatoi ''- lat on iy coveredonw-th a wter fast; a~ on' itesue. waye out rolls 41 ___________ofg be. an oati cereal slices. 'or Him? muffi tins leaven.g Go when ___________Thpne ospti oad of p t rcompans ofnot gvibett in eg adn th aferoon -reea o f o ut er, ad a e would ike radof Life (vv. 32-35ss -............
readi'felytetso ah a. lc Feedingd then body is' imprtnt bu
crbdand elc rict in e Japnee hoase- adtwowcou ic utsss down the-o Prakfagd'pn- jutafwmnts aead utpyi y isb.s
holds isbset b aw aot ahe he rat e aiton the apare nt on th cae mixnltrs rollso of dough,( cutes ie d onn t e thtog hrea need of me en-,i ~iit
are gone,~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~be Bakein about -12,bu cumchlrtoani1epesminutespac th cperinshethjrsalog (seeae eatcomr27'),, t buetws the- wate Wat AVeMET It
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- apavyne isaimposedio. sorthe'gAnswer:uTe answe oftear viaiiemraiehne Remov fUwrm panstedtl eevdb aihi hit(.2)
punshd y avng al "ispuli~ OOaarten. ine oui ubtoark, crn 'syrheup i fl vr ith anevp uter Instadofrage siorte Pepasn 3 aVis
T~he s orpeate ateoboffender isace salera radiaos in ths secnd- and buaterfru andmeeledtoheruick, scoffee, cak.o le ssein ofeic daiy usenarnce Jhtess VATYo upL each A" utny fndacilitipes h bee a l ewite roofe, anthradit on ai umpil eat exrclr l htcudb. ue sar pesntse himsel asi these brady f nssi.It-)shik
tbee wheert' AUhe rgintwered 'Yaphatmegpnt apprenly ae too deired cious iered. ogI re 1u egar lie ich wil etrnll satisf thEsoleSemrns ony hfthe cirmety wondsaind sto lrg.You he ating man mhclay bri-Tohved't' florttn oeles 1/ -cups fele or dees ingrad lrs fth detw a n rd af the ctoroies~ and abe.rarneterdaosyuFrafuf mltalw3eg fr -2 tespwens bakng powder huaDol 3 elcs, oarihn oatpdduringin Wuatere 'vaatine Theyabl iyo gvet m-afw'Thoe wo eac thoat'y ichitd bs cogdyoe olo I
already. have. oter wak 2fe people. Abu Seart eggp, aiftd beaturos tie n saltELGGS ALBRN
,huldng o te ocsan~a ax- Question: Last sumter Ih pi- cxramintoyls, atadppe, 1tapo am the sritu leads af ter whi bake metg Iiir.G hs toitey pole 'anday A gov-wervr ctmoe rs onad my leathergs diin-ou Cerh butter ansuarrdgg dvlpmiet f charace are gh seek-atmpigcuch exue 'theyt can replae tole 'mey g hai oom chi sets Beas of wd egg an cupa -until lighteAdd sifte dryth nuriioa toeft belkoifhudra
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bondslax a nd coplsr aotl Qeto: Wanindfpit e hee haadpet!Yu sr.Srteading Mi bateand spe a idod,eemor give usa thisl most ofmostreistae
savngs shtRtolicmoud. Tue n myacemedint-l ain. dihhsreaye wit s hppd nutmani. read" (v. 34). Onel wnder heth 0a'p d be nihoogl.Bk
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FRIDAY, JANARY_29,_04 THE MONTICELLO NEWS, MOMICE14LO, FORIDA~ >. k
MRS. JOHiE KELLY 'WINGS F'OR THE
ENTE~RTAIN(S EAGLE' POWERFUL
Mrs. John \Kelly entertained h~erSTR ONWY-** Matter or copy for the Social Column to be seut to Miss HIee M. bridge club last Thuarsdiay'niiht att 'It has often been said, the story Bowep, Piione'SR not oae hn usa f each j~' e eo BRellamy Plantlatin behind the !-e, who, make our
_____________________________________________ e east of MWonticello. There were two phines. is on~e packed with as much
Mrs. D). t., Van Sickle, of Jaeksofi- Mrs. Annie Arndt has received a thbes arang for the pays indramafas the sthr this in n n warVile, is visitin- her mother, Mrs. letter frolni the War Departmen't g iv e wt O-) iv ihboutquets of seasonaflo e B'zos. lave put toof 'its tp
-one, in At cilla. ing anl address that night reach nt pefrnr, An lerdnCor~p. Turney AnderSfon ',vi 0Is camp at Taiwan.~ "Al otrW~ a n~ ~viniiistts
s toned iit Fortb ]3ening, Ga., is Ai ewi~*rC< r i'ln ?oy n ~-M ir
sending ~a three weeks' furlough. Cadet Ray 'Basstt a student a~t ~ oda~diei ne l >I~Eg~~wii.ni~,~s~e
~ispaiet~ Mr. and lrs. Mil1- Mafrion Military Institute, Mion,~Ad6~ -a~h I hrnet Wdis
ton Anderson, S., in their -home Ala.is' home; for a, -week's st ay- "b ~aadhrtl nea Monticello.~ Corp. Anderson s tween semesters. ayr he
recperating from'i a -recent Opera- mit d6~lii ~
M Nr. aind Mrs. W. L Maige ~~t~~a~a 4 hry ~oePn
j4ed W ecsd ter spebdfig sever the hectic)-days tha AI~ss Bunny Turnbull of Tallahas, al day with fiend in Jacksonville. $ S ~ u 1poi
see- spn las wee en eewt7r n rs .T hlso ot
er parents, lMr. and Mr~s. T. T. Turn-. i ~ e ..
weeien gust thirdaughter and who enlistedi teWAE j ARE RPR
~~sojWilson sav cIafompeteddoa-fiven weeoks' i. .
'Ms.S.1) Clarke spent last. week of T alaasse -ad Mr. an Mrs tiaioni course at th ran ihrM na.Z en i homansville where shwaTo xnoIodee of scifhoolo the camps ,fh
a'1d~Pnortf'~ St.Joe ite 1a e cea st steers&f heifr to,30
th uesit -of her' o in law and a Statei Teacher 'Cllge Cedar
rra 4 .W W Al Ms., Clra Hollsh as retre als, 'and ae nw red-or'd
daghtr Mr and Mrs W. W. Alx Best cows --------------- to 12
antit'ere- mo th wit he sod Bulls ---- -------- 6t 20
- C6poral)Chafles L.! More, Jr., of and4 daughteri law the Rev an Mr tO$'s Pal'Brnrd f RILES KEEP WA WOR CERSWA
the Army Air Base, Vcy, Missouri, Mrs. Dvid Simmons. gersewn Ind. ..wh -h. inapav ne~- enhr i~~
nga. short furlought ,in~ roig Nh, t,6nicl, ever wainter men~ woz~
Flrd.Corp. Moore'has een with Mr B E.. Lvrtt pl recetl fo anube of yas have arrivd ci
No. if hogs ----o------e--o--- a 1a ie- 12.2 e home,, atTriler Ciykep he comfrtbl a w iltleus of fuel.
atK~~~yWthei as theeo Dixieth rilr
Mon-ticello on Mopnday fo~r a viit d.lInor meutpnad ate 1r2~
More and his mrany friends here, rs. Levt acopnied Inin oil ~ .nRa ~ i 1 res a ae t Wid~
e xpectsto rr to 'vissouri on te retr trpr a fe das stay, B. ~ --- 8 to 1.5 foze in Clyde Sarents tyailr (beto fid h a
Frdy. Mates of -ifatse-pn'al te oic oB eadNpy
ra i. e ~ou ~d i s cre bnlt rac -a empt J. hadn~aso
cello.ilth. d~ eome of ine Rotar'yO Cb and Mr. Cr Bassttw
been aI paten in th. Arlbd Me-rv Dr nIrsIices, fWr
e~ chlrnM'ly-hs ar the' thigs.you the Axiss let' no loeIl-as w ek at the Dixie 'Hotel.
manto befre fon' nt er
deathC1 oft Lt ibrte'
ttmn' Th-Crlso h 6mnsS
KAH I EATOIV
pbt Bt if Take pot
"Tm-~~' Am'rca il ea5V,
Carlyis Selr, aou dollar aidurilis MANe OFit yo iihi'ql R-ARG.
codme to wh'Peidn at Coke, Wht The nigWrhi.8 'eo
wit8 o'clock~ar fromh Mis liledys ofen HANGERS TAK OVER~~U~
Pke T I onl Ghhomuiy.urei'hol104.kCur
~--Monn Worhip 1. 3 0y'M Ae Is-CO eda iiBr, Yc on e WensaFbur, 3 hrlJNAY3 &~n ERU~IAR1,i AAY~SFM
ther, wll e te reie of.EDAk~ URDL~ tfi 6
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TheSES best Amewiys aht tette birort personify ue~ -tocolds:3 A.ifwt JC ASN@GERETBA
H the services ofrta Dirite byael Oriena rove maay a Holy Communio and Se.mo.'pleasant~ atpis. They ffrst soADO /ay'xr services
BOTLEDUNDR ATHOITYOF HE OCA.COA CMAYWednclssdrug stoes. ar Hol A ~ O~T11LI COC-CO~ ~OTI4G COPRNY~I~WON~CIT P1Ip~ TORK Als-SMIING ACKSERIL nd 'BAERBARA,$
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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, January 29, 1943
As We See It
Fun or he hol FailyOther people have prejudices;
u n o r o awe have convictions and opinions.
/ Don't rest on your laurels unless you
are prepared to see. them uwilt.
-Youth goes into the world to find
what 4e can bring back from it.
SWhispnin Isn't That Too Bad
FORTBI-iS I ermgWe love those whom we help, 'a-i '$EVEIN ....% )but riot always those who help us.
- -, /Those men who believe there,
..... should lie a tax on bachelors are
, .~*..* *.A' invariably married.
.~ ~a15i READING ASS0BINGr LEANS 0VEA WHILE ASKS RIM To SPEAK~ LOUDBOOK( WH~ENJUIJUNIOR WIPR ER. JUNIOR CLI MBS RALFja,?~ 4- I' APPEARS AND SAYS HE LDNG QUESTION IN WAY UP ON CHAIR,A
P IA WANTS TO'WHIISIER HIS EAR, OF WHICH CLAMPS ARM AROUND HIM, IN
SOMETHING To HIM HF CAN'T MAKI= SHVTTIN(,OFF IS BREATH ViEoRV LARGEST SLE T
BUK..OUT ONE WORD AIND RE? 5r *e.
- By ,-I-Digging for Knowledge
By:.a. Knowledge will not be acquired
Clyd L~is -N-~a4.- ~ 1 ~ k:: 1 without pains and application. It
-\ is troublesome, like deep, digging
:~: :~ ~ *V.V LUYA ) -for pure water, but when once yoiu
come to the -springs, they rise- upGLUYAS tomeet you.-Felton.
AI G- 6 BIIA6 AuS FTHR ICS P I
LDHLJUN IOFGOES ON OFF AM OF LASSE,M?6UEEEEEU'
..................................................... V'VIAMPERING ENDLE$S-~ CHAIR SAVING, BROW-AN LATERDA
W L AND 1NIT(L1OILY,- HIMS FROM COVERS dUtOR 14 VU UD EIU
It-was easier to teach the horse to kneel than to teach Buck A N II.I~I IHL AIG NESS TO MEAN HE COUI 3A I
- -to mount properly!" K EDI AND --' RH UM TI PAINTHRS A (B~D oens n
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FEETLVWEHN OWE IF! ~ tohel brakup panfu local congestion I
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Often the fear of one evil -leads
us into a w.orse.-Boileau.
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4 IThe Monticello Nes, Monticello, Fla-, 'Fridav, JanRuar 29 1943 ~ ~ v4'
COLDS'MISERIES
ANETS
For colds'coughs, nasal congestion muscle
ZJACKSON GREGORY *g*,=go-gdomedtppl
OGREOT&YWN.Ur~E~EASEmutton suet base. 2Ug. double supply 351.
) GRPEGORPY W.NU.RELEASE
THE STORY SO FAR: Ann.Lee and h he had put two spoons of sugar to 'It-" But she bithe words bac. baby's carriage or crib cover. Just D for howled
cole Cody, beneficiaries b nyer two identi- eachhcup-this time four. She nod- She couldn't tell him, "It's right oee thing for at new babyile
cal ws made by Ea B c ded complacently to herself when here in this roomiii It's locked upe Knowlqgg will no be acquired
which he left each of them aln his money she heard for the third tirme the, soft in an old iron box in my satchel without pains and application. It
-and the King Cole Ranck, arrived in the is
to h n ofBald Eagle bystage coach. Du- closing of doors yonder! There are two keys to the Patten 393 cntaiW'a tansfr pattern is troublesome, like deep digging
Ing the journey they were h d u- by "Man or woman company, boc and I've got only dnel For a oa by 13, a5 by 9 and six 3 by 4?. for pure water, but when once you
bandits and the driver and one other pas- which?" she askd herself. '"I on- minute I wynderedif you had the I inch motifs; illustrations of stitches. Send come to the springs, they.rise up
senger wounded. :Arxiving at Balid Ea- den t he scared f" er oe N, one of that-was to y odet to met you.-Flton.
Ader!iAnd what's he scre "f?
le the wounded' i were cared for by be. spoken without looking ahead.
Old Doe Joe. At the Long Chance Cote Only'a moment did she loiter in H laue aeweing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
Cody met Porfrio Lopez, who Invited the patio garden; its beauty was all 'He laughed a New 82 Eighth Ave. New York
cody to drink with him. Through Lopez about her, steeped in the rare sweet- "Really, Mis Lee, No, look Enclose 15 cents (plus one cent to
he learned of the death of "EtrY Bill. ness of the early morning and- she here; if there's any will e'll'talk cover cost of mailing) for Pattern
Upon arrival at King Cole Ranch, Ann was aware of it, yet her' troubled about it when it turns up. As a N .
Lee, accompanied by Aunt Jenifer, was thoughts ept darting away. Sudden- matter of fact, I iappen to know
greeted by Rance Waldron.' ly she whiled and scurrid bac that there isn't any. Also I know Ne ..............................
Not theinu wit the thaty. ha was mhrldpkesu
Now continue' With the shory io h o tse, runningt her at tat he was goig to make one- Address ............................
in tile kitchen. but he didn't get time! He died first! .f
CHAPTER VI1 "Aunmt Jenny! ohe cre he- Manime, a neto kn am, p-vk
- ~poaofiily.N "Vh dn'V yo" hlp'Ing care of things here. ,I'm srry '
"Whatochuy aWhy ton' doo" hele tha I ushrc1a askrx y ou to sty Really,>iln 4
Arm came close to the stove, me? I don't know what to do! He Iattcan't ask yot t stay. Really, Sequoia Trees
"Wh e 'e gingto o?" she dsn' an us hee-he has as W no tin ri-e Of eSeqii os thelee s
.whispered. "He is related 'to Mrs. good'as told~ us to go-" "e'ren't gon! ried th thel ma be due dcto Bonpe k iai
Cole; he thinks he is the owner now; "Well, we're not going Or are o uncle, for one se sbre to species, the ewod 'aid th e Co px Vitamins and get all the
he never heard of-any will and-He we"o o d nt cousinwo so e And Big-Tree (iantSequoi). The ed- m di ctn izedB Complex Vita
istril go okn dOfn cors not! Not, anyhowhig And ,) -1 mns. Quality potency absolutely
Is-terribly good looking, isn't he, '"Of course not Not, anyhow, un- he didn't like you! Neither do I! I've wood will reproduce itself from the guaranteed! Unit for unit, you can't
Aunt Jenny? I like him, don't you? il we find out about everything." come over a hundred miles and at sttimp, and- has een known to ger aat ea pace. Yet'
And it's going to seem like 'steal- 'iShuishl Here ines 19Mr. Ranice MVr. Ear Bill's invitation,- 'and grow to a height of 80 feet and a only 29 cents fo r tamins are
ing from "gin''here I stayI" diameter of.16 inchesin 30 years. size-...onlyadollar aorthe
"So he is good looking; is he?" Rance returid and stood in the Rance's voice sharpened. The wood contains no pi and l -odn B
sniffed Aunt Jenifer, hunting the cof- doorway, looking in upon 'them "Finished Go No you iten -much water, and in a green'on- pply.Vias today!
fee pot. "Well, so was our stage gravely. Ill dition will- not burn., Thus while x V
friend of yesterday, Mr. Cody, "I decided to put everything aside "Whra? ske surounding, forests may be de- GROVE S
wasn't-he?" for a while," he said, his eyes flick o4e onhere ad a stroyed by forest fires, the red"Why, unt Jen You don't like ing from the girl's. face to her m vcm, *woods remain unscathed.,
Mr. Waidron! Why?' aunt's,' back to Ann's and; back Iot.t a The Giant Sequoia grow to greatdIhvntsian uhthing.- again to ifer's, as toh er height and diameter than the
And if you're asking whyd-well, 'ust redwood. One tree is 325 feet tall, hsking ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~Bl' foreman. remembers to wash his face ,and hLis te aseo hi spurs above the ground.
hands, and he remembers about It's notingtha it a'Many of the trees are estimated Stuck With Him
brealtfast-and he-doesn't forget to' '-- it's nothing that I.tn aecare'Ab 0teswih ~oofne
biakas -ri h den' rgt o fRontre sidRacev y4 PEK A- BOO!'t says bunny Ito be 2,500 years old, trees which ."I oncee-loved a girl who made
of, Roiundtree," sadRncvr ,-olfm.
shut doors after him-and he doesn't --and'"Any time that eeedy frm .among coore already growing while the a complete f
forget to ai. his door-a nightand ltydaisy flowers -a charniggand Egyptians wer building the "What a lasting impression som
anl- the ahadsy dbln-ers what~4 Ip a girserke',
pullnt.-e ska fow-th-dn whathn yo kidl,", sad. d easily embroidered decoration fox Pyramids, gilmae'
ant to Q no isthis: Is he going ng yo dlyz, a Cl_. _to forget. to, put otu horse in the Aoe end and then stood pulling ,
barnad iv andme ag Yuveeen ithi'someahe thn hyC,! You orie end" of l hisC. mo1.C1tC.istaclie,' then C C_ l-Cl C the1_...>+ .C'-...>>>., C.....1>>>.....*-- C1 C, C' C
just lift ug those heavy ee-lashes other, while his serene eyes regaird- S ELB
o urs up h oshe avgh esy ou-aes / ~ ed the two-women with the frankest' A
peek out of your eyes, and' watch interest. "Mornin', ladies," he greet- ? M E ''? with1-1 ,6
what hatpeis And ae you going ed them. "Me, I'm Roundtree, Cal- A N EoRtion on various"'* ecf
ato keep toting that atchel yu houn Roundtree, used to efore- ., SHARPER
roundaevery step you take?" n 11 ma for old man Cole." 'He ap- e g .. ., BECAUSE'
praised the older woman at his leiAnn clutched it the tighter. The. Questions_ 5 The pyramid was 481 feet tall. THEY'RE
"'x n gin t lt 'ot f ensure, no impertinenice~ in his Jook The THINNERi~e
"I'm not going to let it out of my just unmasked inquiry, then trans- 1. Who are the hoi pollof? 6. More than a ton to the square y Er
sight, npt for one little second, not offered his investigations to the girl. 2. a foot..
inesiaiolst9t~ ir. 2. jWhat kind of an aimal 4dol dge
until that other key J Ilis eyes brightened, but then most loggerhead? I i diene of he
Do you suppose that Rance Walidron eyes brightened when they met Ann 3. Wiat-city in the United Stafep fr m the heart. Fog is a cloud on
is the one with the other key? Why, Lee's eyes. "It, might be," said uiss the same name twi e e th. A cloud is a fog in the sky, for 1
of course he is! Being Mr. Early Cal Roundtree, and'sounded friend- 4. What is the total contiental Daid Farragut. t Manufacturedandigaramteedby
Blls neithew ly, "that you'reMiss Ann Lee, come area of the United States? Her Blade Co., N. Y.
"Sn of old Bill's cousin," cor- up hereto see Early-Bl?' 5 Whentintact how talL wa the 1b. There sno prince of Wale s,
rected Aunt Jenifer. "Or' so he "Why, yes! How did you know'?" Great Pyramid of Gileh? Only the oldest son of the reigning
ays." "I had a mite of a talk with hin 6. How great isair resume
By the tiie Rance Waldron re- shortly before he sea level?
-a fwc day ago, shortly__ before h
turned to them-and agait they petered out," said Cal. "He said as T. What i the difference be- 'T row Jt at Hitler!
heard the soft closing of at least two how he was e2tpectin' comp'ny. it teen a fog and a cloud? fi o It W
doors marking his progress-the ta- would be you d with you, maybe, 8. Who waste firstadmiral of Suffice to Say, I able was set under a, sunny window 'your aunt-Miss Jenifer Edwards, theSome Sort of aistrophe
anid breakfast was ready. He was maIam?" he asked in that, gentle 9. What would you fill a barrel
hatless this time and had 'combed v with in order to make it lighter? "'Firel Fire!",
his hair. He smiled and said brisk- vAi fer nodded, 10. What is the first name of thd As the shrill cry rang out, a.
ly,, "Ali! This is the ifeI" Yet it "'Pleased -to meet you ladies," ceofWales? woman dashed out of ahouse'wav- /
struck the observant girlsaid Cal then, and offered a horny,' ing her hands. One passer-by ran
to just ,his lips there was a hint of sternness and of H pulled a Colt forty flye out of its I'm to say, to you, and to make 1. The -masses; the populace. "Wheret is it?" he asked, after a t Col Sea
irritation ou is eyes. holster,,stepiped across the threshold. yourselves to home long as you care 2. A large turtle found in the -brief investigation. "I can't smell
Srrttonin his c eye~ m by ste a st esto tarry. He Says likewise he's most Atlantic ocean* smokee"
night?" he said as they sat down stocks of them, as though he meas- so.ry ble to be here to 3. Walla Wallz, Wash. "h i-fr m nINGS OVER
and Aunt Jenifer poured the three cred them, perhaps to decide which she you y te and, 4. The area is 3,026,789 square mudr'
cups of good hot coffee and served of the two did the thinking and de- called awa to keep mies, 52,630 of which are water "Murder?" A policeman who
him his breakfast. citing for both. They say instantly mustn't be Iate t." He ce e h surface*haher the ARci wh*
hei a~ng he fq ~ >sn cape atonH cleared his ace 'had heard~ the 'conmm-otion cam
Ann nodded, and told him of their that during these few inuteshis throat and-clapped on, his fat. "I running and entered the discussionTHEIN
mountain roild,f 00 al hardened; happened to see the horse and big- "Who'sbeenmurdered?"
the fallen tree and the attempted line of his lips was straight and gy. First, I thouIght maybe the Gems of Thought "Oh, I didn't really iean nAurhold-up, warming to the recital, as firm, his eyes were steady and horse f4ght like a drinl of water tde'r, either!" gasped the weman. By HARRY BRUNO
all its details thrilled through her stern. and afok othay; nextIsaysto"
again, making much of each little "You see," he went 'n, "this is. aHAT ha y- a ey sal to HAT spot-of ground pleases I "But rthe biggest rat 'eve aw A fscinain acls a
happening-omitting only any par- really no place for you people at from Bald Eagle. Comp'ny!rin me m acnen by anexpert.-,N oY. Sun.
ticular reference toI MI. William this particular time. I couldn't pe- I reckoned it might be you ladies sion makes me happy, andn tele Ctdy make wit pleasan 'as" thuhYou- coedld~s' where slight resources are, When the soldier tals abpjxt Here is4 the stirring saga of America's
Col tend. to wash iuit pas forug yo- Rance Waldron ~ -erdhmout, abundant.-Matrtial. ~ "i l~p5~"h e ap i acievements in the air and~ a revqol.
shehad forgotten thtsuch an in7 under the circumtatnces. -What I his gorge rising, isfaca shot -con- I o anbewlwiot inthe'ipr he ofa hii ap-iay OAt, nig.,< onz
dividaialghad ever existed. Bit when should Tie very huch would be to t If you can be well without tam, the head of hi company iER forecas an its future NGS
she had finished, and her aunt you to ccme backout herei in a health you may be happy with And that's just whathe title "cap Mich
looked sharply at her and sniffed, days and he my guests. I'll be coit repressed voice speaking a cold out virtue, t means. It cons fromthe Charles iindbergh, Jimmy poolittle-of all
her face turned red. -'ing into Baldl Eagle; you'll be stay- fury, He thatclimbs ihe tall tree haswon L word 'caput" meaning the pioneers as well as t men and the
Rance heard her out without in- ing there at the hotel for awhile? "Roundtree, when -you're wanted right the fruit; "ead." Another leader iigh in planes m the thick of today's fighting.
tp and bring you' here at the hose I'll let you know. He that leIas ithe wide gulf.shod Army mden's favor sinee '18 is Over00 Darephotos, many never before
terruption, then said thoughtffulry, I eoil4d pick you up anm taina vou- nt 46pgs,"-- -,
"It's a funny sort of thing,, isn't it' out' again." I'm''' inkg care of t in up' here, ,ravag m hxis -,uit..--SCOTT' Cajnel Cigarttes$.-sect oil c-ine;46pgs Why do you suppose they Wanted to '- Myl You -do sound hospitab1e!,- uCalrstantd TI~' e sybol pf the in risiblje tup ,sales ie' ds- fron Post Ex- Alsay in arder sio
yte aayhstnage ifiwan'e carr-~ -Mtenf- a din age 1 le,~re n e eis own rit s sees an oux~ e i ERT $1. B I &CO
pose it fin cltt m Anna told ead hasadid curle Wsll know e'huckled o "M, I'll oma"ke' Hiaw simt ut homsed okser him. sayHiae wasyut hiidn't thots'itbe Iend othas initfus it hw aske gttin a 'u mesr n.i isonpaieteoJu,4i ~h'~ vc,'eid RBETM MBIE&C.say anything. It must hair been a Were circimstainces differerit--did 1~ ma'am," he t1 Id Ann. He pulled a lot of money, though, and the rob- 'not have so much on my hands-"'' Colt forty-five up out of its holster,
-befrs must have known about it ,, -"r,,lro stepped'gil across the threshold of the THE NAV
somehoww" Mr'adotcre h il kitchen and dropped the gun to. the'
"Well, now with things as they her cheeks flaming. "I hadn't meant table. "Any time you want aniyare, whpt do you ,ladies plan? .It -to -say anyrtbing like this, but I will- thing," hie said, -"you just blaze at*<
must -be a terrible disappointment nw" ---/--' away, with that, me, -I'll be down SCTLEBTt gsi
for ou nttofmdyourinteded C'ount four and twenty, Tatticor- ar-ound the corral sopmewhere, giy. ta I
host you're to recind your intene yo m said -Aut 'JpiferK warning] Tibw going hdme right awdy?"' "I' -woh't!' I'e co~tdhtgh -a- Early B-lsimk orevs to' capete
' -the patio, flood'ed now with gdlden -the grain to come ,the first time into -ping s' tl,- along with -a -scowyling n
sunshine,'Aunt Jenifer saying, "You Mr. Early Bill's home- and start Rgame Waldi'on. CAMELCidh eNav 'an fa o0 tecdaet
--go ahead, Ann;' I'll come along as talkifig li]e this, but how can I~ help i lilke don't want anybody 'in mny way help- yes, but-Did you ever hear of his A'nt eie eke e e
"Do yom mnd"!i when king 'Hwll? 'stie~ her oi"'er ad cupped a hand -o her ear."D yu in,"sadRance we "Awill?" Hesae-thrs Hr cofmes 'the rest of the
they were -messed-up papers- and accounts 'last ly' surprised, she thought that -h-is -horsebalck--like he was riding a.race.
night. Part of the mess I've got eyes -narrowed speculatively, and she Now wvho do you suppose this young "'''<
fairly well in mind right now; I thought there was -a -glint of menace feller is?" '-?-. think twenty minutes more with it in them, that was all. So Pe did They waited in- the patio to find and I could-put it away ship-shape. make a will, did he? You don't mean out. He dismounted 'out under the I hope you don't mind?" that' you are the lucky one?" -big oak, around -the corner of- the OF1<
H~e hurried -away, stopped and "Maybe I am!"' building just out of sight. -Then
headed back -to the kitchen. "Maybe?" He gave her ahigh- they heard him coming on to the
"I never tasted such coffee,"- he shouldered shrug. "Just what does house-and then he came to th'e big
told Aunt Jenifer. "I'm off to my that mean? And I didn't even know arch -giving upon the patio, and saw FRst/(A 77/E 8ERVCE CSLE
room for a little more study of those that you and my -uncle were old them- and lifted his hat TOACO papers;. I think I'll take another cup friends! Just how long and how well Ann L4ee gasped at the sight of The favorite cigarette with men in the along with me." And, carrying the did- you know him?" him, startled. The twinkle came Navy, Army, Marines, and Coast'Guard full cup, he departed. "I never saw him in my life and glinting back into Aunt Jenifer's -is Camel. (Based on actual sales records She stopped what she was doing you know I didn't! But-" 'eye. i atesadPs xhne.
and stood 'with her head tipped to "TIhis will, now? -What are, its 'Here came the young man of the one-.side, listening with- all her ears termss yonglady? When 'was it stage, Mr. -William- Cole Cody. ''She'4had notied something: Beor mae An where is'it now?" (TO 'BE CO



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EIH THE MONTICELO NEWS, 0 TICELL O, FLOJRZDA 'FRIDAY, JAUAR 94
'THlE GAY SISTERS' -PERSONAL1 EXEM4PTION which they would be entitled for
uat Month Minutes ISTARRING STANWYCK the period of married 'status, plus
Every individual is aloe ,a th~e amount of their individual exAT IAT1ERIN qi~djta~gins hisnetbu~o*'wiohemptiolls prior to their 'marriage. In
Cont C mm ssonrsAnother great novel, "The Gay varies with. his domestic status, that tihe example given1 the total exenipocis,,ng whether Cont isiniB (a Aiepr
Sisters,"' has been brought to 'isw ehriei ()ahpr tica in a joint return would be Proceding Boyr Warnty Commis- sere'~e on (b) a married person living $1140 ($250 for each spouse for six
siones' Rom December 2, shown locally stating~ Snday at with hsbad or wife, or (c a head mnont~hs pluts $ 600 for ix mnpths
Wh~fe, hs ai~-of family. This credit is knowns as Ie tts. wie1v~t
The qard~of ouny ~onuus ~ i~< ~lej fiey Bpersonal exemtni, an s sfhownap~
Th Bad fCont omi- hon line~ 21 of the return Form 100. ~ ohhV~~~
sioe rs of Jefferson County, Flor- br tny The arnount of ~the personal~ exemp-tn nEr
i& et this day in regular session, sistros alet teheeGy d ~ so varies, depending upon~ the ~ra ei~4,m
erstrs aen pssn himnC ometimes fierce, brus~que soa e p tio applicable toa
thr bei presenCasian Jojh and level-wieaded person. who thnk -o uigihe~ t~a d eson may eq taken inthe
H.Sumn re tkey E .that sentiments is a silly. emotcion. status.ticl~~ return of either or diid~ed between
man, 'rea Sto~e~,~ Her two -sisters, the, other aneni- thems cin any way as they ma y agree
Wriht and E1. Gfranltham. T h ~ ~d~~he peroll exenmption, fr a s ihn h oa e~o~ x
Minte ofY the meen ofNveplayed by Geraldine Ftger oved.~~~~~ amm~~ arr d person livipg with hus- ~ ~
proveddSTV! amie, breezy newcomer to -th ban r w~e $120 and for a "hea~
Th following accounts *ere ex. screen~ makes, Tis d lnea ppovdn ordered pad ~sAgls Calif.-Veein- off the tracks at fil !ine turn-aroud ad s a Nyou artst and odvnc re-i sn Iprv4 n o~~~i ect al ibiity to file a' return, Noiei ereby gien tha h
W rrants were drawn for te sev. this stree 'car rn 10 feet, then roi'led over 6nits side. Two pf~rsons ports haei ha ei a- sensation erPl n mse neriet ereBet i i'uulcsa o Federal income tax' purposes undersigne 'as Guardian of the s
era amounts, signed,, sealed an weeijred. The ar Struck a po<~epl conesgldinoe or. al light standard during the reen ra d er rnin an ndsoi.ta tesm iefrul can p eson ielon h h d ayof
'epla te a ole i ~ otciil engin il0'ur A.D.1R3,atth huro
nt~Aigned iii open oar& e~r,< epai consent as we asrsons~ who~~f~ ii0~he1h a
W rraints Drawn. on General" R~ev 548 Lr. 11.y Popell cr 4.00 15, atadar Oi Co. fuel 27.5wh 1 o'cl1ockA T ors son 'threniu6 Fund hai pe i~e 40 ~J ~ < ~toa' ~ ~ h b~lhn ~ tn ctve ne rn Salem an single person plbto bya onseitor on theod Honor5 Iar519.~4 to 5407 inclsive pai 11185 mad upy ofsc ouar sa
548 Mrs. Ollie salar-d' ------ 4.0 160 Sicli Reinn Co. fuel a blW Aa Wale~r n of t
0, papr -------- $20 49 li-O eld ----4 0 N.B riltt rco head~ ofin fa il isa deie as4 f 9111e t C r i ort6 -h
Salary, Nov ,Seqei ------ 20.0 ang mantin in onehueodOl a hps Ofi oin theud~ Coun~ty an-r
-Nov 194 ---- ------ 13 .0 ari- all ofi~ the 541 Mr. J.M Hn ca r of t. c -4 ,as p- hr or~ j pr4 14
543J P okeyo re Wrrns rano in a e en pBromte by e adop 410T
l ~ toypoon, an0 whos ril tio eo
poln ,4 e __ --- -- 2.0 F~i~r Se e nt -,t e'l rie Nil co to ad pro ide 0 o e t e ro nav i ssa d
54 -----e$1. base upo some' moa or,< le$300 e
I~~~o tht drta0AniLlyBnad
Nolv 194 -_ ----- ----- 16.66
2541 a. W. Davis, careil of Cf iuare peio notP livng with los an
Mitchell -. 2, Box 139, Montiello ban ora eye mater no
---- ---- --io unde asrs fo l w to-wit:o
544M..wA. inlyo, etpola 709 ds a neMws.C ard soldiers ,tat
-donatio n~ --------- 10- 0 A,- S.' Grnt tIn~lin ceticniin
No.192----- I-- 00 fro Bracs o.,Tis b-e 6 Halfs of Noteati Qurter Noth ec
ToaFeealavnepionr.750miiayps on the~C. Missip -It8 S ilfe Re9n2;tees hl ftesuh545 H ueepnOi rP-F n 44 -1 28A e. & Tjr0 fedn a' 8the iouhest ur
River~ ~~ a, elt fS oitun(hc sprte i h atqatro
541 Mr T. rGn Bisop ret03 7 50 riigCm -n.Pt
V.ll4Z~ .S eGrant srv n hie3 .0es qu r r, nd t e at'al'o
5418 R. J lrpstg 16'.44 132~r D. H- as Ildwr. C i s otin,erson al ouempionb~
4Inelei~~~~~~o -<-< 0 en t~miu rn the sou5 tht qatr n sen
Deene oucl ---- 885133 ,.P selfrdiaeA---------- 158, k Nov 17 Thrs.Banh -lr 4.0tey.Tu, a-txny- iaiie Rh P ~ oad~ i n 41 f )
253~ F.l~ &,, AT" Bank, pai biso ls *00th(lO 173 -Ms. IT A.Biik -White 3.e.a
_f uel 5, .52
-521 G .Rm ssaay13 'A m u & o goeis3 .5 74 .Mar Gill ----- 3.00d~ abovy& eeln d bin- inho
Mr.CaueAle ----- 3.001th apd Jii cresinte WdvofNW
--t----- ---- 4618Q r.Eeeh Hrherd 4.0
<542E.S 139 Johan'fon Clak, do -2--- 2kile 4958 ACoi'Hrrti dH). e r.Te'at~f h xmtoni ot fRag he at
42 re ttkey,1li do.---- 4000--- 0 o9r or an~l ------------------------------5426 R.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~ntclq J.o~ aalr onin M,3nday 14 N e------odo------5-425---an------------2.0no ddutbl 'rnth icoebu I,,JFFRSN-ONT.-h
--- --- ---., do;b~e -a-----gainst tihad:o3ie, o---- srelcedil teaoutr'i'tx etHafo teNrONs Qatr
14 J .B.Ie 1 1 e.- -A ~ L J .1 011
5427 Bishop Off. Equip. Co.,~in 181 d C clle M otise d anewh Wes news-fheNrtwet
458 p -142 R. Waler luspefito -0 4.00, 5ld d 0i 42nf) Ief Jame___________------2.00sho n___taleo__tereers
l55 Iis ----o ----e --- 373 ---JJ T82 7' A I S2 Pf rs Conty ae Bloric a ereb Quate of-- 7eto ;th otws
48 &Oer d.14oW P. Hladd.42-462RbnCob.o.- ---- 20 9 rs. Audrey Nh si 1.sp1pQuart
Bank, Gpaid-4aa bill 39,50 Ce o Ameicr __7_A,0 whic this Westr sHalf oef tee
14o4 CiurW teeDeonwt cler6 426 T. B.ier~r Butler~l onc eac --e--k-- 2.0 fou ,Ta sn eun Fr otes ure;fl otes
bqiht------------------8,30 s nbidn "ep Tonisson BiseA~f, do. -15 tioae with d-thee numbe d ohefi SWuls Quarter; and thai Northwestd t
5 o31 Cace-------d not issued Forda this------- $95.0 dfScin2 h otes ure;
6643 A. S. -Genkit, irysector 1247 1C47U, MonOcell Millin Co. Fud--------$9 4sau 'i ed1hs frapro nd h-Nrhat ure ftf
J~~nn~~----- dor-- -40 FundE ,S
54683. -feS--mitharatrwna do.------e Waerant oraw C Oni gricutr~efe wh'mare3oJuy1 (N~,wseuirtlgw ure,. f'eto ;
A. W. Gti box. re. Wk. 3.00 all H. TSwnhiiueNoth of
a4.W AP'Dttox ins,-h Co.,~ 156r.R.R050 otaha f~aiypio o'i
I47 A.v. 14 Bishop --- cler 5,6.00 14 Fl, 18 r. .A an osevc RneTre at
C.ht A.- 10.k1r do158--00 Mrs. Smiu' Whiytl 'sCa
5434 A. S. drnpo.----ls----1.40 ----- 8.00 marae/h eroa xmto
547e Smith, oiro.c p-.0 __ hi 3h/a fJnayA )
5475 T. R. Cooey, specto 30.00 149~ F.&A.Bnpi il 466 5 r.Il ignbta .0w udb 850(20fr-h i 93
5478ov 1r942 Pac,-cer-------7 2.00 monthsK as a, sigl You O 60d Car Dlus ScrRKp
5480 C e. l n ot issue d do. 4.00oSok ad,,- 10M s Ete iparc -- .01Gurino 547 Barmny 5ube hogsco~ 4.00- -------- ,1Ms Hatie Eisy20q,7MlsGroeofcuetfr hsxm its s' a s r ea Jsat nneLly
drg box r51et.--------------7.20s Lil Sor -------.0
--482- E. 15. Flao. cler &rc I. SAor VAR NEAR T rsE BAT Fie D 'Alr 18"n &c boy Bank 'pai bioesn350 mae 1.ila thewieUhs o A1Ne
boxlie ret------------9.8 7.47R.~O a6 Mrs.wp RCararfedt i W ats er i ----- mu0 mo ney bgiultr Marie putn ,Q eros a,,hwee, Alcidetlv9 ly u
548 N.lB.Keey inpecor5.0 to R D. LArmy menafrotetathrI --sin----c Oe oihe Wa51 Bonds ever. paydaye Frcauae --- Call U- ellBytu ca Toavl
544 Snli H. eConn g do, --.0 15 the B y ri s the tea D.s oue 167 This Lseilas J oe duin ------ 4.0rtrnutyl."rid:urn h arlss-Str oa edn
485 in. P. Dra-i--------------- o 4. he Ther anin neo'e fourth b u'sthess amou tin to the exem ti n to i4 th W h t H u e
156~~~~~~~ ~A B.A W.Jhsn&Sn rg'.019Ms f' .Wto --20
5442~~ ~~~~ Ji ok'id ., h or te dore.
544 Mrs Emm Waler ful45 5,F'.Jbit ,goeie 29 7 r. .H, r---20