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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.34 March 12, 1943


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The Great Middle'SCIN'O
Gateway to FloridA- /T I ON LRD
Last week thie Kiwan's CubofA TUCCS an soi$ _standsm~ are ugn- FO WAVElS, SPARS
Monlticello, acting upon. tile iecill- IN neede ~ ~gm rd Ji d 1 col-altete furn;- Mss a1y~in s
imeadation of its Agvicuijtural Cont- 1StiP t1111" i eitat ihji of the~ Day Rooi- of te nmdalnte er~e t
mlittee, unanimously passed ~a reso- piracically al farmers of Jefro ci>~Mdi ~h ~(ai ty in -th Nvy's 'procur Ieean
lution re'questing all place's ~f busL Cont~y h~ave rceived- lieir gasoline G%,rdo .i nessi to close on TliurskJda Zfter- a~ llotmn t fol 1-943 under their ceij< nyn dn WAVES~ and SPiARPS, Wolults re- on b~nig nMre1 n--tlc~a 1 ~~~si~ coale ej red mitrioaed 1 il b serve -of the Navy and Coast Gur.,
order that their eiIployes will -'- --these gasolfine alins~ pro'dbly do0 eie oItp ,iwh oit4o s
-have this Vine to. grovi Victory Gar- ea t no yen~ appreialn oysjiih W P d byA tl'Of-~uiely he
-(-lens. -The business men realizIng 4 a dr -ithe~>er -in C(hare. ,a ririi ~ e
the -acute emergency which exists L (t6 o Jbutal ar beTig called uppi quater at Jakonil a-m1btJ ow-o1'e
-re~pardiflg food shiortage- unanimous-- oieA- s ---9iatsatJsnU bo
ly agreed to cooperate. -wvioeheart- The- collinilittee> believe -all fa my- -pl________-ans roi the I Ioca>-cam~ipaign.
-edly b~y closing Thtursday after- -rs -ja~e' enoughf --,s to do thei ~~a
noons. l-ceossaryhaig~,i 'to keep farin op- miniibep) of-Q the~ 'AYES adSPR
Followig tjie'actioir oif Ih'e Ki- rations oiang, bt t will take close once. preliinary triigha en
wan.s C~flb and places of business, -f-guring Every -ga4fon of ,a -ill- o-pleted, are -assigned to s
--E. N" Steplens, county agricultural -- to giv- e- full service to the- war-- staons with -duty )iinited to tl
agent, assisted -by a cpi-itee coi ASRFBLSE NA IiEEL WORKCS e- at continentala United.States. Psil
posed of Mrs. ElsIie Loeb, homhe Loindon, Eng_-4Alade by one otf the p}- patcptn inte -ad Onie of the mnost effective. ways -staions include Ne Yok-iy
demn6rstration agent, Al~fred Foster, this ph oto fr _,n tlie British Air Ministry shows o~e' of the big bombers of don thi -,*l be -b shrn$asigo, . Sai tioli
president ai -the Kiwanis Club and of' til Roy alAir For-ce hov~erinxg over the -Steelfurnaescl liudl trucks to te fuls possible extent Jac~ksonville Naval AirStio,'n
Rev. E. Nash P-hilpot, visited the IHollandi dui r~g ai recent raid when -the works >wy otie Nav ande Coast Gur 6 sta e --nJ o
6 y launched thle cou~nty-wide Qarden machine. o 1~~tnly' a pat loadeither in '-, Qua-lfications, for enli5sted person
-Planiting Gampaign.. The campaign or ott,- hie ShouldJ hau Jsom-ethin ci include Urnited- States Ciizen- will be carried/ by- these workers --s----- hiP, between Ithle a-ges o~f -20-M, two
into all parts o~f the- cointv. INCREASED SCHbIOL TheNNCounty -W-r- loe onnty oWar
At~ctve garden siieM ILLA -ES qutOS,,~44N thi rty -neighborhoo farm ~ollege mainimuim -weighf -of-95
-er~s will he, awarded tp, each hom C~l~a~e OFi Cceae CLU13 ~l-h JI~ n ah-Iajes~-fe~>t
-hsse -1u has a volunteer-leaider.Tishoenltdarettedote
\yhi-ch, gro-wsI a Victory Gadn (r in Scoo miiie -o Mlo inini Kent R. Wilai adrse leader is a inenber of tile neghbor- saepiiee, to-'the
These- stickers may he secured frpmoni~-e 1~a ne~~~~Ja~ ~br --od1~ iey osearn--sm nir dspies6
th p~nipls01, l -se~o~- tri;aroundl basis for 'heglnning teachers. 'C mec Jrnooo uh- p' f-requently. It 'wouldI seemm es~ ae~~a -e
- out the county Iand, fromn Ihe off icean a schedule giving adequate 'in- so~ile jh~~arat -the most pilac !caI -wayt -woi~qrl draw \ the sae.rtel of
-of ypur cooun'ty and home denon- ,,ae fo training andl experience ivWiis 4e o t a planf for riiing -a truckk -esodn aenfyda e
~t ain i~rs.- has ben ndrsed by the- Cn i-,, Wouldd be thatI thisy' neighbor-,
- ~ tann progrnam fo th jnversit OU P-iyni ii negll-Pen'dents' allowanres and aregie
ina Educaio~nal Council j#f, Florida.. I 4l 0 ~ pa it9 leader. Eeryone Is aske tayn ~$
J.D cLO Te chdin made its ieport -fa t thhr ya try inake* regular t-rips to tow it fe ofcaunifor includdng
J.D CEDoig,, the increasedl m~ila-es at the being undertakeni b the Uier makt Te neighborlhood lead- -1--j eym hto~
COM~iPLETES INSTRCTION str~eamiii-ed planning con~ference> of to tra i m~ ei shouldh ll tile dyon whc OU N O[UT1 EW -Miss Collin ha ben givenu
AS' 3OMBARDIER th Flida Eductioni Associatifoc idntengfe6 c u 1 lays)s "i md. Thiolgll N-ETPEE' ubr'fapicto lnsad
in Taonp force weked hj, it~ sh6l bpIt~i e posibeto wrk ~ O~IN'PEE uibe picto lk
Lt.~a~ D ~ood ~'- n arnpalas - -thei Army, as.el 1as training office--hudb oiI tk Pr;~n litelrature on tile Waves and -prs
'Fl coni and~ spakr at thei cadiats ramn neesrytis ra g She sad today that she -would-1
~N. W., MciLeod, of Aucilla, Florida, Th to~ni bar~i isalr pitite at~ th ioudtnta nlii '
hias- completed bombardier instrue- c~liference -- inclufding State Spr- -Pit ni~sayti$~6ra-~ wea h-~u~igna glad to intey ilw any interested 4
les-asr that whnveP truckphl JiUit, persons-. Applicants may als -apply
in,). En-glish an~d Joh W. St HEALTH FOR -ITOi ..comes ew twormkeiwl]ben,-cipecn' s are~ ~ to the Navy recruiting station loct
varteed Flying Scphool, CarStdude- loddbtIas___oftetm.Ione o toa faot 0,0
arllba --- -1 1a~Id 9 -ay i~s tl-tie, und ~ ~t~ai0 ut 7Q~e9 in -thie post office building
New MeXxico'. HIe has already cV(orn- iiakerU. S. comissioner o1 -educa- o\f~Js hms !O' eiei d~-~>~~ f -the~ coii a day Whni fuillT1~ns~
-G~aes,, Floir4,~eog Q~p~ ary for-tlae teacheIirs--are necessary. anaih olay,-il~v do~'' r ,~ eolrh bout 3,010 of th sofid'soZ steel
'Carlsha~. and is thus httedj 'to- fi to lrexin ate b-ss -of -addiill bi>fe4ostaina-t > .Ee~~gAnofg- cois daiJ e ac thIod cop- -- 19evC. A CHUHRCHs~
two important positions in a. b~it- teachers to h! heri-paying.positions. -Ima' (pl The Re.J Hiljohson Rectorl ~deie~4r.mie(f
brmeat air cre'v. >2r-0W hie will -he -c-b dcii'g reot'ntte A -6, at':'0- a-~ed oi tre is'a- direct eotij ;- I M_.c 1.
r eeve aditio-nal instrution i~-n an Crsis.U Hners FjIoridIa, Schlools ini '~4 Il e b h third'- of~ the lion 'ojvwar'd wifl 'ng the -,var. Give SLAUGHTEER~S M4UST~AGuc cpo-039A intensive -prograin.- dlesigned 'to- pro- Their contii-bti4 to' the -War Ef- Hjealtht For Victory dcoiostraions it A~ trial 'j.ijV ~1Mr g2ryradS p
duce the worlds-ilost p6werful'air fort and ii-1heiy Program- for--the which tie-Montiell~o Womnm's, Club) 113 A. M.
af~ --- ,- training,-of Chldren,"' al1so pointed are sposoing. a OA'' -The new~ oiders on livestock archdy~iL~i A Holy
- -~--~ ~ ~ rt -~ia. 'di~osdn~- eistto~ -lMrs. ThompsoQn, next wek~ will slaughter 'and sale will avert a >er- Comnlnni 0 n-10, A. M
_____________________ieoiniet 'to le~aciei's, but for the demonstratee' Cooking of 'Meats, a CHRZSTZAN SERVICE i()s shl *tiile of liea heinit
-trinn of chlte and thatithsdbec of vital intereVo -dl house>-r-pielew a4JL. N____em-pergency period such training keepers just now and~ all aire T~ he d onas S~ ocv itian r.- a~'uPry$r9
- lA LT NOTE must apot 1be hl t r~ social 6, til Wil, sat suvsor o b tn-het
-~ D.F. A, Brin~k, Director to attnd y ear -on Mon~day, March 8, >at 4:30 Foodt Dstr ibulion 1Administr~atio.
inthe basement of the niew annexi reaS pl- fe v l enltl N
brrilding, -a miscellaneousx showe control o-ver hfi small slaughterer, UL
T~OO LATE -REPORP4 F. WORK ON GARDEN CLUB N(EWS -tor, titedah o~ p t i and wth the present liay demand (
-a s -- VonIWA at~SNG thi tim and- many icVanen on the partoif 'the public, A el6ter fromi Lai-in Hundley wa
.Yesterday a mothe-r came to the --The Founders' Circle6f ~tile M0!- inisri'nt buceig ha-ver'e aea tox th hi sCu nWd
-Health Departmient' and announced -Mrs. L.~ R. Rainey, chairman 'of ti-ie Gardful articles 4 ee; were donated. -About er radoT Iiwan bnWl
that "Them- whoo3pin e'1I-sos surgical dlressings' for the t a ~nay 'ac i> 4o -a fifty nieiebers an friends of the oil all-ve'r the, -cuntry -witlh -ixesday. e~ wrot -from the Nil
ain't no -good.'" It seems that some- Chlapter of the R~ed Cro ss, ganoLJ114. the h1011le Of"~r,5 G. W. Stocking. c-IlrateieJlte oi-----sns\ea'4f-uta>-yd rvalyndnntoe ueru'ichild had taken the preventive in- es that 8,000 dressings' were ma~e Mfrs. T. B.-Bir ill na charge of iom lm Ua cljiis~-Pie heag preen reuatos a Juiu Goldber~~~~hg~, peakin ine ocuatins nd adcome downl during thte past week.~ Ths as an thle progrm -..CS th wome Aav bee very Jm~e teprsn e~~aina-- uis(odlg,~ bn n
ocuaten anmd hade ram. efo chcs~ eck~ onbekept-oil all who hl~f of the B~oy Scout sjponsorship
-with -whooping cough' about -'(the increase of 2,500 over the number ~ --mucli -interested in th'plhanting -iofn,l nandexesVsult-i edhtbohfinilando
time of the thiirdl injection, completed _dinIg the' prcdn Th Noe g- arden circle Will ergenshrubs and calllla neting- i cani 1je I pevented.----'Like the diphitheria "Shots," the wek.This accotop isint wasdfng eIt Mo~ gfenon Mac 15 h4a~nae.yr adcucacki~ng essential to file, -onmtinweek.~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 0 a io 4nn' f~ao- arh1,teproaeyr ndcuc There nreed be no undu.~ie hardship ued life of -the local Slout -organiza-whooping cough treatmnixt becomes (Iu'e, to the fact that volunteers" put at 4 'lcwith-Mrs. H. Geling. grouDids; Iaync lnt ee nthi Sot nor or on.-
-ee~iweeks. -- of -i'vorhers was increased by two. ess. -Th -,'- ~ re ones regardjed as special are pumtessio-s~ugtrn-fr Wstkn n ah nnb a vots
Eve te imuzatoa, fr y~ Thi~s rate of- production: is stil menoal~ plants, camellias, -'viz.: home use will requirean w permit lctd -cmdte -i t i
Eved nd sh mllpozare>sfo best g Ive -abu "I".) Ihr o- the 1ut. _oe he Cherokee l(od.Iooiif-o"fn Mfn

The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., Friday, March 12, 1943
y Where Tunis Air Raid Was Plotted Governor of Algeria CLASSIFIED'
........ "DEPKR T'M EN
:L!? : ii FEED i:
1,FA.RMERS, : CATTLE ME N, D A][R Y ]krNi .
AE R grow kudzu Produces up to 4tons or e
SEper acre of choicest feed every yr., nt io fWNL1 ServiceBBy VIRGINIA VALE failures. 1 planting lasts lietie. Noli
easily eradicated. No c d o t wr
' .hng~u lw~ K :Releasedby Western NewspaperUnion. A legume, rebuilds poorland:, stop w S
Things You Always Qualifies for Goy. soil nservatio a
(But whicI didn't know 'tl now. ITARY experts contendd ThehKdu Farms, Box rnesv, Ga.
That 30 to 50 gallons .of gasare at,"Sigig Soiersare
needed t amu bomber ... ......fgtn odes-6A eia I B RW N E
People on tbh.e Island of Rhodes, in army men n all fronts and in
the Medite/rranean, rarely have any n
kind of dental trouble . Scientists c a t ome oare to re Sanding cedar timber.We .y tashat a.
have discovered there is no such army hi s each wi en loaded. Lane Co. Inc. AltavitaVa
thing as silence. (The nearest thing. .the lyrics of six top songs select- -- .
to it is the hush that follows -Ben .ed by the soldiers and a commit Constitution -Hidden
Bernie's act.) . The tapir iseddb rdWrig s-' Freso d s W maringm.mA
the only animal that has not been tee The original copies of our Comchanged by- evolution . The way chairman he NBC's "Your BBitution an o Declaration of
to get a divorce in'Zochin, China, is Warnow, director of NndepC'nec "have .. a or e-ramon o
A ll Tim e H it ..... ... ...a y R oss, een rem ov
merely to break a pair of chop-sticks .sA Tie Hit Parade .;Lanny Ma from Washington to a secret vault
in the presence of witnesses. Ji......... .Jmmy Dorsey, Connie Boswell, M a-When High Commissioner Henri jor Howard J. Bronson and Captainwhrthyaesefomb b,
The-soud made by twenty seven Giraud announced the appointment Harry Salter. Kate Smith and Guy fire, water, gas and enemy looters.
Th on a of Marcel Peyrouton as geror oiiad'aelommbsofte Furthermore, their hiding place is
' singers is only~i twice that of one 'r L ?ames;;:fh Frhrm ~ i !!c
siner i ony w~e hatof- general of Algeria it created 4qulte committee. known only to the Librarian of'
: singer ..Joyce Kilmer received irs i' ."'
siongery $6 fo his i emmor le poem a stir there, which later subsided Congress and the Archivist of the
onlr 6 orhi imota pem "'when the appointment was sane- Laraine Day,' Cary Grant's lead- United States.
".Tr.ees.. (Poetry. is.- te' best .. toned bay the UnitedaNations. Here ing lady in RKO's "Mr. Lucky," has
i!erty.) .; ::. Unretrained giggling is 0t U ~ths" :""' .
ilegyl o .tUnesriegigig w seth e Alran ovnr her biggest opportunity in' that picMeoant. (I'th-rts oka o e len agb general seated at his desk execut- ture, but she had to be killed off to~
MO ing the uties of office, His aide, get it. Remember' her as Dr. Kil.up your sl eve:/.) .. .. .......... .... .. .- .... .g ;i t .~ .D.. ..
up yur leev~.)~. ~ ~ "'.""'"-.a'.--~'~- --im'-e~a' "'sJ. Fabregoule, stands, behind him.
British rilrads., clasiy %The roulette table in this old gambling casino in Tunisia $i the plot' eBritish a ilasl cst si t ting' room for planning the air raid on the Axis-held El 'Auina field, Tuni- G E R
asi. This was prior to the great tank battle of Kasserine Pass, in which Ge 'Low D
poleon originated the system of nu-- American armored forces, after serious reverses, hammered bac0k Rom-*!.* a **
bering houses .- --.-A silent violin- mel's dangerous thrust westward towards Tebassa. ., '''"
has been perfected. -(How about a ._____________________________ .....,'-"4~'-" -I
silent swing band?) . -. When milk"F res s
turns sour, it still retains all' of itsFligory i So m ns0~"
nutritive value Julius Caesar '
invented, one-way streets H H. G
Wells gives all his guestskest .-NM
his wine cellar. (He figures ay to
is better than a bore.) "'"'4
Creomulsion relieves promptly
Wasinto jewler ar selin cause it goes right to thesato
platinum continers' ( a s gd trouble t hel loosen and expel
latk)hinum otnswo p ad s germ laden pbegm, and aid nature,
lor hie d tog o ft sg "" e to sothe and heal raw, tender, in-' ''fo thse inin~ ot .. .The ord:zy'~.': .,4 ~ .*flamed bronchial mucous memjeep was born this way: -When Tell ythe drugs to se
firs cae ot te mchaicaljiter-a bottle of Creomulsion with the utbugs had ,the mtterschaic paitter LARAINE -DAY derstanding you must like the way it
.bug ha theletersG. P pante T~'4~'~"" 7 .- -quickly allays the cough or you are
on them-meaning for General Pur- to have your money back.
poses. (Oh, just take off my- long She became so popular in that role CREOMcULSION
pants and callmeaQuiz Kid ) that they did away with he
S"Dr. Kildare's Wedding Day"' son for Couhs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis
Katherine Brush has this prescrip- that she'd have a chance to go on
tion for insomnia: -Imagine your .to bigger and better things.
mind is a blackboard and.- your ~"-'"-.---'"'
thoughts are; writings in chlk, N' That overseas trip made by Kay
which you erase as fast 'as you nLieut. Gen. Leslie J1. M9Nar, co'R i
think of them. (An easier method endingg general of the army ground fran MarleLandi y ti.ayis to hear soap-operas.) . More forces, is shown here questioning aftermath. Twentieth Century-Fox
accidents occur. in autumn than in Private Edward Gail, training-tough- will base a picture on the, girls' ex- p
ay other s n Prosperou -ened glider infantryman, who has
rncs 'h Lvigfire ad destruction Iy Flying just finished running the difficult oh- .ien, at-for '
are by wearing two neckties. (That stacle course at Maxton-Laurinbur, J
certainly is carrying the double-fea tresses carry out a bombing sortie on Japanese installations on Gizo island army air base in North Carolina.
ture idea to a ridiculous extreme.) i the Solomons. The raid was part of a triple-pronged aerial thrust mtio"A....i-.n.eve..eiousilles.
- ureagainst the enemy during the fight for Guadalcanal. The starboard wmig For maie dl t ovn ser itne
not Representa of the Flying Fortress from which a U. S. navy photographer snapped Hat Blac o t pmpa ha deiency. Playsafe! Take GROVES
Senators (but this picture is visible at the extreme right. "One Man's Family"it's been a B Complex Vitamins and get all the
jives) can get haircuts gratis at the leadingradio serial for 11 .years, and medically recognized B Complex VitaCapitol. (It shows you what infiu has an estimated weekly audience sms. Quality'- potency absolutely
fence will do for /a Senator.) guarantdl Unit for unit, you csii't
S. 0. S. doesn't mean "Save Our Z AlaB as nequaty
Rogers finally captured GOe sceeB'S B Complex Vitamins afe
ips." It's mely a' distr rights, for United Artists release, only 29 cents for regular
nal that is used becauseit's -a sinm-"-arton ,Mors size...onlya dollarfor the
ple combination of dots-and-dashe's .0 highest price ever paid for a radio supply. Get GROVE'S B
and can be sent over the air quickly I:'.""'I. ".. .. I....... program! 'Complex Vitamins today!.
by am ateurs as w ell as experts.< ................
by aateus -as wll a exerts~"'They tell us that Virginia Weidler GROIES-:,
Chow mein hsvtamins in it. (We had no warning that her sister Renee. ,
always knew there was something in .was going to turn up in the role of......
Itl) .'. Years agp. all dance rou one of her school chums in "Best
tines ended with a kiss . The Foot Forward." Seems that Renee,
Chinese are, the best ptr'ns of taxi two years older than Virginia, had
drivers 'and give the biggest tips tbeen working as' a gs station at- ....._ ........__. . The only public kissing legal tendant, to release a man for war
in Italy is at railroad stations. (Ii service, -and intends to become a
DoadDcMasteol ne-h I.A. welder, but is taking a turn at the AFTERRHIEUIYATIC PAIN
was able to throw himself kisses in i., N movies between times. With a Medicine that will Prove Itslf
public from a balcony.) -If you suffer from rheumatic pa i
-' .. ~., ~~-. ~ X' ".'The sound effects library at War- for musclpainreivn ac esp uy C 2 o
Diet experts claim that careful ner Bros. keeps right up to date; Caution: Use only as directed lArgt
eating, not exercise, is the best way added some new, effects for "Air bottle purchase price refunded
toreduce ...Gen. Blly Mitchell Force," and ran into one of the most dIruggist if not satisfied. GetM
is also responsible for the paratroop difficult recordings made so faridea . Paris thieves -hold the the smacking sound made by the
record for oddities in larceny. T opening of a parachute-en a pilot FO
once stole a complete house, leaving leaps. For O L 10"No0
only the foundation.. .,One large Less than
American food concern employs Henry Aldrich and his family have
' eight cooks to originated nnrl ...... NA&
eih ok ooiiaeadsmpe burst into print, by .way: of an ex.
zinc. They're. .so real: that it'S .a
i :: Soldiers have discovered thatr Worsok og to the pla, "h a
-i : cestershire" sauce makes -~best in-. .... ..... trigts,'" and- see '-House: -Jameson,
J;gredieit for -polshinig' brass'bons' -'-aLuminous- straw hats 1be the Henry's radio fatherall these. yers
%; i...When an 'aide br~g MacAr--4'~ rage this .summer, what with black.., giving-a superb' performance as a dose
-" e p 0,rngs says:-- outs and" dimouts. This excellent Alexander Hamilton. Incidentally, se only asdree.
thureae he pileso mtail hre says t safety; device is a straw "hat for Madge Evans, silent soceen star and C i
"Leav th one -thatete w arenos ~i goin .^f "Th- .-P^"'-i'4 g' "
help win the 'war and throw the. oth- "~: ___-- --"" e rae ihlmnu anwf of "Th Patriots' author,
ers away -. The custom of kiss- TeAaeanvli ae aiona a iiaind aa,~ which will glow for hourS after & plays Thomas Jefferson's daughter
ing te brde afer te mariage The lamed navl ai base Calforna, ha a vsitatonmomJapnese omen'ssexosurotodayyorrccl-e-- crmnwabonite6tCe-float-type Zeros, but no bombs were dropped. The planes, in various tilght. Above, hat is shonb A. sudden switch in the shooting
tury. nIt was supposed to cure herb~nit~~h eof stages of'disrepair' were ..shot down in the war, zone and brought back fore being treated and below is a schedule of Co1lumbia's "'Attack by ..
takngtomuh for such !! tlkngto mch ,.Photo Shows a sample of what happens to these frail Japanese craft qualities as it would appear to an tO be rushed from a -golf course ito sian of a~l :
The Arabs' idea of a.._deicacy i whe i they come under the guns of: U. S. forceS in the, Pacific. -automobile driver at night the" set. -He was hurried through.... . 66 -,
....entific experiments have Proved that .. ..... tabe, r"s, ut o NOSEipOs
ano n idw o operating tb, and COmpletely CUHDO
T e f n i s ior~ce c s rc or.. ..- co ve re"d -e cept 'for ,his l~eft knee, rry 4R b M y-T m "--uW onderful Linm eis
concerns the hubby who Renovated -d pon Which a motion picture ...opera-. .
! his bride because she took hia false tion was Performed! I WNU-7 I
teeth and 'held them for two dollars I"4"'I *' -ransom. '- -' ....-.:Michele Morgan,- who made her
Do'" akm -whbtmnwih,.,* Hollywood debut' in "Joan Of Paris," **
, ,'on''askme whybutmen ithsteps" into a tuneful musical comedy beards "can't ride in Moscow's sub- '- with her -nex .roe, when she stars
way . Benito got the idea for the in "Hg e and Hi h r" F. an...
Fascit salte fom an"old ~manSinatra, whom you've heard on Ie<< May warn :of Disordered
Fasitnsalute o e aniodn'Romnarls hs a prominiant role. Mis s : inyAto
that old Roman citizens greeted each -Morgan's first French ,film gave her Mode AifW tiorr ndwry
i other by shaking hands-and only the lead opposite Charles .Boyer. I.. regular habits, improper acting asi
slaves used the raised-arm salute. -, ,,drinking-its risk of exPosure and infec...o- NDED tion-throws heavy strai5 on th~e work
ODDSANDENDS- of the kidneys. They are apt to become
It ost$3,00 o dscoer merca. ~Vera Vague, of the Bob Hope 'adio pro. over-taxed and fail to filter excess acdd
wh'.a e se e a e ubi i.and other impuitis from the life-giving
That's how much money Queen' Isa- tures, hal ;been signed by Columbia to ap. You may suffer nagging backa h~e,
bela gave Columbus for the journey '" "' pear in a special series of short comedies headache, dizziness, getting up nights,
Here's a twist: During the past -- ext "season . Columbi~a's picked up its 'tired, nervous, all worn out. Other signs
five population census-takings, more .-ption on Ann Savage; after completing a of kidney or bladder disorder are soutemen than women refused to report ~ hree-ieeks' tour of army camps and naval ti urnin ,sat rtofen
their ages. stations she was given the second feminine Try Doan's Pills. Dean's help the
z''-Z''..- ,-,<. -~lead in "Right Guy.... Bill Tuttle, make- kidntys to pass off harmful excessboady
If bu ldo 's eye ar t o d i. ~ '-- ""--~~~~ -'t. ~ ~UP expert, m ade D onna R eed up for her waste. They have had m ore tan al a
ferent colors, it means he's deaf ini~ ~-- '*,.-~ Fantasque, and Capt. D. M. Sala, termn contract with Metro; their recent A k goar neighborr!
one car. (If you strike up a con- skipper of the Terrible, French light weding was one result."Mrs. Miniver"
i! : ; .versationsre orswithbra bulldog .with tr ais- rS This chapel Of Our Lady of Loretto was erected by U. S. soldiers at t ruisers, are shown in Boston after as 'acclaimed as the best picture of11942 h : ~i!
sortd obs, emeberto riseyou an American base in the South Pacific. The chapel, is used for "Catholic perilous trip from Dakar, French in the annual Mexicun espaper critics' 9
-~i ::.voice.) ,. .... The Bronx was once an rtsatsrieadi elatnelWs fia'poU

The Monticello News, Monticello. Fla., *rVlav. March 12, 194.3
olaoemuoueSI Your Sewing Machine Put to Double0FLE UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL O U SEM d t H.O ...... L-D -P EN ET R II
uwoRM INTERNATIONAL 'Duty-Easily Made to Serve as Table zs
SY u Sw g ch eMan users say"firsu ble laSOPCTO
(JND AY ITa revelation."HabeoCOGN nNoved easily A pair of kitchen old ashioned mutton se SNIFFLE
CHOOLon PO LAMPS stools are painted cream color and Grandma'sfavorite. G .......
.THIN WOOD. topped with blue felt for lamp Never leave medicine or bev- ousja2 ndo e AS
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. OP WITH stands. Scalloped felt also trhns rages uncovered i a sickroom.
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) CLEATS THE the lamp shades and the cover of * *
OF L ssan old side chair to match' the Buy canned goods with clean
A S Ma 4 table. wrappers and refuse anything that
ASERIES OF Lesson for March 14 seems bulgy.
SPECIAL ARTICLES e E-Directions foray dthe pool s *
Lesson subjects and Scripture teiua togethegt wt 3o er.i0
Dected and coyrightd by International s tn the Beore icing the cake, biost it
WAR CORRESPONDNT Cou1c of Reli'gious Education'. used by conservation plans are In the new BOOK 9 Bver icin the ae, w hit fa
ssSpears ast prepared for over with e beten white of a
FULL readers. Copies are available at4 cents egg.
COTTON 5XII eaC4. Send your reqitest fo: 0r I
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*-*4FELT FAFRENED There are 60 drops i an ordiBmildmng A LE09'l.+ohn 13:12-20: A4:1*8. TO RE MQVABL TOP MRS., RU WETH SPEARrySSpOr
Buildi N B" R,~TH'YT 1~ nary teaspoon. hyr
GOLI)3N XT-Jesus saith unto him I Bedford Ills thinner
Peaceiu wormra the way, and the truth, and the life: no 0SWING machine should be -~Bdo D rawerY~v ok 10 DOUB Othe
Peaceful World unt"te Father. Mt by me.- i No matter inile rae 1l No Keep matches out of reach of SINGLE OR
J o..h. unto .. Enclose 15 cents for Book No. 9. the, babyshands
By Mrs. Frank Roo l n 14:. nt the newest model, keep it
By rs. Franklin D. Roosevelt od repair and include it in Name ...... ... ........
(WN U F.ature--Through special arrangement calvary and crucifixion were Just ia ot Manufactured and guaranteed by
iol arrngeen decoratin scee Hmmdnisutdil edfYR
with Collier's Weekly) ahead. Jesusd c is dyes urderats g sene i Address ............................ferent if tomato juice or fruit juice FEDERALRAZOR BLADE CO., NEW
One of the great lessons we Amer- for a time of communion and in- into a living ro to ok ery is used instead.of the liquid called
ieans will have to learn if we ever struction as they spent their last smart and to do extra duty as a eet Crochet for in the recipe. -Buy War Savings Bondshope to build a better foundation for 'evening together. On the morrow table. A Sheet cifCrochet
p at un n wuld come betray, but now they That's Entirely
wace is ta he o beigslihe and their Lord were together in the Plywood or composition bot world over ing to d approached pl c of ho or To te c t he11a o f e T a b1 fo re i il ws
as human beings and not as mem- upper room. t b Pa (s o shet s ded a oft d
f ers ,:adhrto a But~ even' here strife and dissenJewhuan Idan arot asera, ued. wit e prcou.ons....e..oe.Ti.i.ew.t teMon..allhs
a of a rhace or as adheres iofa rin had apparefntlyod iJn 1 is of blue felt with scalloped EW crochet i ust abe e epadly, ome inTere bad stitched around it. This is Ndo ehe s f-eret a 07 lat?31
certain religion-But just. as people ... ....
whom you may like or dislike ac- quic proabl somy to'ec ofa ti o we iihd llaenro n
cording to third ual hara place of honor. To teach them the necessary to finish raw edges of are suitable for edging pillow slips,
e may be a Cnese, an Arab, a n example, after whic e contin- best part of old sheets dyed a soft to eat her words, angel
ew, a odin f erom a e ied with the precious counsel and ecru tone. This is sewn to the Frenchman, or a Britisher-still seam allowance of the felt and all
paewhcarfoninJh14rolls ... but how'd you
I must be evaluated, if I am tof be enich ad h 14is tacked to the back of the re-oman
fairly judged, on the basis of being otovable top so that it may be rjust a human being. Our lesson presents three things SUE: I used _ls :
fro haveers onewhich our Lord gave/to His disciples
/world befo'r-and :we have nee ca d w
wol efiean ehve T never aicus" ~" U
had peace in the world thus far. I. His Example-"Do as I Have Heads of men of the giant
th s ed s of a l h e p eop e, t th e Ita m ty h w uld ak e f a h fa hours, eg ebisth ehefth gi v e .vre VittFL
prmFa. Done" (13:12-2a'). Watusi natives of Africa's easternIn
The act of Jesus in 1wsming the Belgian Congo are shaved except nt
O ne of ourfour freedoms states cn rn
that we shall have freedom fron disciples' feet place Hircotheir Lord forwo' crests f hair, woven in the *1 feart reoedow allr a of' -and Teacher, on the Clevel of the shape of half moons. The natives fear." Freedom fro fear,: of
corseashae worl most menial servant. It was an as- 'wear clothes similar to old Romana r
eoreceantrace tor c re d o lcsweedakevsferneksoerpaesardwetr u reo
people will e pred from ag- tonishing thing that He tdid, lower- togas. gression, people will be protected H. Hise bs aie l l from persecution because of their tem
race or their religion. His application of the object les- d .YOU EAT N t n
areicle that ber moaegatide trom was equally startling. "Ye call NO YOs gor
hunger and want, too, by an econ- me Teacher and Lord, and ye say When you get an**, *do your teeth thratlN
tiy hchtke nt cnidrtinwell," said. He., Then as learners "fly off the handle"?, fiff viamxi
o o wh e inow o eratwe and servants He required of them iDeptal cushions" have s d- .sc.rfs, luncheon cloths, etc. A has added itns
,thebaic o al the e- e H cmg g twe ric nd ong Th ma'y the humility which would make ugned-and manufactured to Hneep lacy world over :You false tethfro dicingg like a t ge is t l
O nsi fiaaditeSl-ite age strag doct rin e eld byS If that is goiiig to become a real- HFiletcrochet does the triangles
do is to learn to meet our fellow th ro r o sbls r
anta thing intec'icweete lower plate, a new- patented -dental a square- inset' It motif. is -an e,4sRL j,~~.
b'eont o ing a Stace
iy t ha1~ t e nlehawidre n bo
use oreof teti
lances m ec gsuppies clthi ac ng thres in good oato foere theirRA S R Z5'P& C01
tat we wi not love all of them, cushion, designed for comfort, gives eagle-proud, 'unts syboic.
but we whin loe some, and we'must ll e are citron risie grat relief," says an ad in the S APS., 6I4RRY
mk o thl sein te h Dental Cushion makes teeth tighter, eagle triangle 'are Z) 15 cents., end
iee ae o c places where darkness, suffering, makes lower plate stay own better, your order to: ae w'
Those whon are evil rwil have disease and sin make the natural helpyouecome accustomed tone x rt
to be restrained, We lo that in man recoil in distress or fea. plates stops clicng of teeth, en- a Ays MARTHA Fe s o e e
'ables youtoeatmeat, tomatoes, pears, oy ori
ouri Aow~n countrins everwee Box:re 166ntnsayty re H/e
u w. His Assuance-"e I I celery. Send 25 for b Cushions toform we
The Chinese philosopher, Li Yu- Will Come Again" (14:1-3). Enclose cents for each pattern Sure, Mrs. ong... al Standard BrEnd GA
tang, says in substance, in a recent CtIt a b OrM Ar the vitamins In FleschOanW's HT E WA
artile, that our moral attitudes the Following His resurretion JBus 5 rher kPl Ophan y a desmrei Pattern N p............akg Yeast o right Vnto'your thog th6 a dt ohsaee
a oe tat ree cimrtn the n s to go to the Father. fHe wanted N haaet ..e a e pa...... K....... f g t n frt,
wors no whrt welp oei oe Cris to e rrd f h a Pass me a cuion, teacher I'd o e.n......rolls within reat loss' Now York, N. Y.
to sn tha ren Address.. ,... .............. in the .. .. ...... .... .. nl.. .. ..
have 'ut B traiity to i che e sl making known to them the fact 'like tospli or apre an.dry Nconn...o..pans....o...r s. kiltocN p
lives u ofuvryoneint thgo of pigi.Eentedsesaeesert-ah isee righri stis,.t ay. IfonetaksI Hi coming again.CIn that dayet
awen s.teright adwogThsmyHsvrad e wece ea toH- Nwteeaeanme fwy nwihyn*.Ue nhibrema-ovsrqets
be the basis on which we shall have s fowdeshal beth i ever n Hime
to developp some of our, future co-elt bd'wt i oeer.'': ,_________________________opration. ywngThe second 'coming of Christ Is- 1r t
o ueratboy In Africa and... ....Solo- not a strange doctrine held by -...
our o f t A nrican a tsand li te o m o nes m e ow f he s o i n day, eYro mon Islands deal with natives w h it gro es oo mh about ced
haven't yet had a chance to develop Ing a theological hobby. It is onea ha
will,~ ~ ~ ~~~~o Ch mot )lse trour "pfn vausSadducbfrrougip- %peal ith ek
a very high type of civiwili eezation.'fhes bles truth s of fip t F M OA NUM R
These boys a re going a step beyond ture. The hope. of the Christian- a
buld is... .. ter for hespO ni e w o w l leadI yur roce by sin g h l n i u n *5 d pt tl o n "v l e e o e" A O E C R A S T eei na ud m so
thelr,frst contacts in rea Great Britain yes, the only real hope of this .dis-. d as ere yeo
anid Atosr wid have ito s bu ordered world-is' n the comin of
ad.on the opl ofaes ndaeiens know r .Christitknt to reign. The New a e shTA 1AAesta-AA, r
will develop, but the beginning of ment is full of plain and helpful e r
owen bwld on the ood o l a While we await His coming, then,
which Great Britain has tUoward nus is there ohanyeGoragment for usK at the moment (largely brought as the burdens bear lown and the
about because, in the t i btu nH C O MA N through' ...Ghmd
trials way- seems, Ippg? Yes, He says:
which the B ritish a id he on tgone, the L n ohe te bled" EiOG'S S .EDE.W.A
generosity of he American people I t rt war he of rest s KoOS 40 B F
has made them grateful) we-will be (v. 1). sinnThere is little question that
AP~~i paoag hns Iofre thnmoral1e l
beginning a new era in the world.- ti pss ge ha cootemrumu au ...'.. ..
Generous, Not Sacrificial people than any other word in Scrip- ~tL IL LIb ,uC~LaLO
Over here, it is hard to under-' ture...
5tand wat have Countless bewildered and 'broken '
sadjust whtcertain things haesouls inN ,all lands and timds have
"meant to Great 'Britain,' because here found the steadying assurance ''. ~ .'.IL4i~h i
while we have given money which of theone who has the power to the eYu i ( .. .. ple ntiful
has sent mobile canteens, ambu- them rest and comfort. -use m ore of the plentiful
lances, medical supplies, clothing, gh iesahe dan noteir
Britain, being co heart in a troubled
wec.n. great qupranientoy hei gth d foudtione foteir : '" ? ;
geneous, no They believe in God,. and in
ee se b t c o isee wh the Fodia nT % N "RT 1 0 E D F 0 0ND SET
weetigs ecud owto t.herefre sheuOneywho lily su- t ,orrtrfuigtepen~uoo ..: : .... .. : ':
oWevr, th e. people whffeceived pherio thoe awht wathe wcan gyfive. .. ../aind a m~~ yucn ta .. p vl~eoe TM CRASTee ~n ad;i.
ofhmoe hr ol o d ih' Tei" t~b.ed'fterd r I th whore rtined yorgocs ores ______ggotetoe__________s____U o~rw regh
UniedNaion Wllhav t bildino the eTh th tutman ~hs home ..-canned fruit andv ... ut;o In-sp~te o hes atlmeaos difficttltles,,!i. i
aothepol f them.,the naios enoCrt dwinplcsWht 'aes to n Gd r he~se days. Formons, in~." 'ib ire "- aioe ai the dv .u wev ....le our efot tobesretatw
n nderstnding suc as i they re likhe iffentl eveais led...........
gwowing bten th apononl owd ineathe aecat thvey eteFa thefaceo hrae n ako xeine ratp~eI.yu atm el.'a supl Kllg Cee ..t.te. .l~o
grli woud hae epen ol f teUite hvdpce of Bcuecrasaeoeo hs bnafu-* '
hdntbefothwa m an. Theis ulne- Athe t hem Nw h ha ran ne prblm-pint ratone fodsweher attheKeloggfacor
cthe thel chldrof Am terc utdrationingun, nd ro Hn t EhatocLLOGtapGrm nBt CrekhvOendinMvrtigw Alwysfaou fo 'aveosfcw vr
Toehn t ea mpihd W hrit'vecolratiocheat ey o swllatecshbrosbyiaefmette nrceetdd- lg eeal I 6Gsaeo WHROLE GRA.IN !:i
takesbY .thetime~ritt'soaworkernfor trham-shre-eld-forbeyouninmeedaforblour prodects.gWe'replsendingtator is NUT i.
reaize'sht our mn into thmen meot. He wate atoe su. nd..a evr gt a sefhts u akn Kro o roopchesthtfrntirne aloe,.r wth il andLO fr, bowl of: crs, .:; ,,
of ,, te world e for thae,, pa st: the itu th, si an fd r ery l. . .. .. ..... ..- .... ..... .aily... meals. he'r .qic an easy. to prepare
'yar..u.tei a ffcinlyasposbl. rffc am.In I helobyo.te.elog.uidng jN

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PublisherA Tallahassee eFlorida. 21-t
The Official Paper of Jefferson~ TA DU"'' 11-5 'HUEODFRNTR o
011'adTheown of Monticello. INCOMEH6L Fop,~JE-~Fi
Couny ad th Sae.. 54b leeiaie in good con>Entered'at~ Monticello Post office ...._ i1ne. Mr s. Ira Lindsey., UP
',s, Mail nmatter of the Second Class / d~in ~ wrsyig ~i
R 15,OP(O STALKS White Cane for sale Telephone --- ------18-R Vf M~a~$.00 per huindred.~ See S.H.
OFFICE OF PUBDLICATIONJlra~l ~ wl'se1 Stor .t
New Building Dogwood Street FRSL-401b,5ya-l
lac~k mare~ maile, Broke~ single.
~U~CR~IO, A~E .. and doule. Franklin Wooten, .onOne Year ---- $! _r 4.~el Ip
~~~iix~~~~l Mih----- urgent call for more volun4
T e. lonb~ J-~-. ~tary worker has> b~ isued by
tile Aircraft Warning Service. OfEAL ~IITAR1~F/AI~ajfici4anls icall attention to the fact that~ Thie record of the >James H'. John- m nany posts throughout the state
sonf. 'in the war~ is something. are under-mapfed 'ind paitriotic cit-.0, i~h ~ so~- NOTICE TFO CREDITORS, at his office in tecout bh6 se of izeni should, ome forward and assons-in-law now~ in the servici2<1The (1933 Probaite Act, Seesc,~ 119, 120) sajI in thi impkoridut.,Vou
In tie Cor )he Couny Jdge,, with ftelit- caena mosts fromh n ttt uy.\Th
on hoe is~t ~Wri4~d. FISK I1!D n~'DJeffersoni County, Florida,,u Pro-~ te time of the frs puicton' of 'Lot' 'eif c-i~<
7 P9SI'11191DTE11( bale. ~thi's notice. E~ac claimn or demandd their loicalDes cn1of
Thie son's are: Pf Hterman J., the~ New York.- e Pase of [lie larch of Tie' "On Dd of ar" 0n'esaef ~ hi~ i"ttng d~l tt
edest, wlho i th ik he-eical "dn 6n~ thc Rusa ti'eca"e. A- Re Army et I LIVE STOCK AUTONSL
Toi l3d u iiUS~ 1t.A Aiy ~ 1 Al editors adPer~sons Hain adresoft e at adsa
Corps statied at T'alla~hassee; CIpl. nmke a rouiun~e search of the >body of a G~erman so1dir just killed in l Iaimns or Dem~ands Agains Said be sworn to bytelimn 'is Jo'hn P., second iin with thle. S. action~. Aiiiong tIhe litter in the (dead man'Vs pocket are some .snapshot E state: agno attorey, and-ay such OU HG
Army at Ciiinp Polk, 1t.; Pvt. Jae' I f~-ii s~ h o~ ph t I shows. three en, 'You nd eae-h o oi i orb li rdmn not so fileA shlbe l A ATET
,.thyoungest\ n-w in camp in (Ybno-l ng bytcrncs itm.o h,"e e notfi ed and retired opesn ny od
nthe obiosl usin, b hlnek itist Z7 you o4es rnod. EV BISHOPIL
th Car~~ina~.4T.'sa 't~ r~t~d~f ~ -claims and demands whih AU- LIGCE EAf~O
North arolia, is aid t havebrand f "jutice. hiave against the, As administratx of-the Esat o ONTICLLO TOK AR
xhde 100 -percent in. all~ ofis tests es tat-r George T. Bihop, dleeased, I George T, Rishadcesd,
while at the training ceilfer in Fort la- te, of said -County,'t theth 5outyl First j1 blcidion- February 19th,
SilOkla., andl is o~bviously- in line- Jud1ge of, Jefferson, County, Florida, 194. ;'{~4 Auction every Monay, ad get
a~i prInfio~1 .highest market pric& ..ale0
~o~sun-~ nr; (~~ii Jenstarts 2' p.. 'xii Monticello} Stock R.El an d Cpl. Hi ~ od L. Scarbor- Y~ o1rjhl ~ pfteYards.J. f. Hawldns, Mgr.
It will be nted tha't three~ of th' l hU
ieby are corporals. This is indeed a military family au4d onie Jo -~----~ be pr~oud 'of.-he, Areadian, ,Arcadia.'
Mfrs. HUerman J. Joh~nson is the
fomer M~iss< Evly S~auls
Bathlesif Goginsa says-'
TUnisi-Paed b y Ary 'ensor -_Pvt. Anthony Kramer i-lef Q,, of-tath, Pittsburgh. -Pa. an'd Corp. RoetNewell c f.Lawroe e as. im n~ Armyp Aiixiliry Corps bring..
ani-tank -in in the exctremefor -front of tli Amrican,line in Tunis-, ~ I~A i' st ~rIy
i.'heir loadei il e ar is Pvt. Andrew. S. Pogedin" of Pittbugh yY~ ir~t. ~to
Ye b I'm back at work agiux I igg5TNl1I] ( c-odCcaCk pca
o uyin' lots of War Bonds- to\ help N. CE OF ADOPTIONIecl Cc- ola'forexmple doesaspcl
our boysr. Don't f orget-we' re all sup- jo-n-erehngflk.-oa-- ro xpr
posed to be signed up for 10% by Nt'ce is heeby, -given that widu~ts-irr~tn
Alewn his's wife, ando the County Cca-ola does more --ha "quench~ thirst.'
PRS A SCRE oil Friday Aarch 26,'19)43 at 1 It b~rinigs a delightful after-senise of refresh.
- columIn devoted to the~ aI e -ni~~ h erprt that never fails ti~please. Choicest
ite'rest of Jefferson County' tile, Honorable NMy-Walkr inelents anid 57 years of experience
Wildlife and its preservation Judge -of the Circuit Court of-the ~ ell -k i etJldsf
Second Jdca'Circuit (3f Flrid,'hv'ile aei h evids
nanfo 2Jelffe on (Count/ at' his drink~ one'r
Edited by F. W,. Carroll hasseo"1,oit orF4erve he li
er ,es Watr Fihea a It's ji ob he migersubbae4l o at aAn
aefort iney wihu fnancial e- o le Davis soa a innr prese a gtoe en-

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iBeginning another drive inl 1h1),e~ .
Alte rcp u the >Social Coua6 esn ioMiss HlnM itestucap, th loa Defns Rev Paul A. Fletclhor, Dist. Supt.,
Bowen, Phon~e 8-R. not later thanTuesday of each week~ Council is asking for, books and: 'A hedte4atqaery.oeen"
magazines_________t__at________________d__be_ interet-- for *this charge foi- this yer It
lug tomen in *the armed forces was also closing his term~ as district
L. 'L, Schmitt, a former employee A d'spatcfi from \Nashington, pub ei-lyrq.~tdne oe~an .~
of Athe Florida Powei' ,,d LightLis-hed in the Jacksonville Times- WNele ~te~ itir ~.'..~.~siprnti.e H~wr aie
company, recently spent" a nip>e-dyUnolatFiygvs logth
leave in Myelbourne and in Monticel-- nof last ilot is, amcong. Vie-boKo VONin aore s~orr e~e to amige him un tpeo
lo. Mr afte havig re- ~n~i~~S o~those pil ~Everyone ~ is urxged to ,select from Te)oma
l. r.Sc'hmitt, afe avn e tories over the enemy during 4~ is~oa~g~i~s qe~n ~7n~~~~~u,
cei-v~e his basic trii a aprccent N~ew Guinea campaign, the "
~idiot, avsvll,.R.1,wa nmeof~eon. eiteitspec4dn ial for. the, en wb6 a~re giving ~,held its Miarch meeting -with Mrs..
EnRot Daisite B.k I. ws Bai of Be ~ d'd Uetnlt hlo p so mnuech for their colty Dl. L. Mtoilroe, Jr.,tell present.Mrs.
transf~err~edt Gulfport, Mis. 11on S. Brinsoqn, of Banridge, Ga., a o
his returni to Gutliort hie. Nvas sent nepliew of D.r. J. B. Brinson. AX~tt hudh ae o~h
oPotWeee,--. Defense Council ofiie inr Wfhe -Court- 4. i Mrs Leb)ias~a
-Miss AL cile'$telts with Mrs. -P. R. house. new designs for kitclen curt"is
Mis atyMas o renvlePleters and Miss LiI yc Peters of Tile Ied "Cross contribution~ fi'om <
was a recent visitor in -Monticello. Aucilla, hate returned ~f roi a j 1,r.. 'ndil Mrl. -s~endr Sundas e efv
- Nvek's vsit -Deliciou~s reireshmenlts e
She was en route home after~ spend- wek vwith' friends' at Boga- 'wlih the former's mother, Mr~s, ,D
~ing several days with relatives in lusa, La. -Aana.- M AdelBThms,-. 'S -sn fom- A. arnms and gardens are in process
Mrejl Adie B. ho s. Gordo~n Lew~is of- Tb~~ ,'A EID~prto
Mrs. J. Fletcher Goff hvas returned ly -Myrtice C~lark, of Montclo bias Ville Ga, ahe guest last week MA BEID-H GUN of prprto andi p~lanting. Everyto Sm~yrna, Tenn., after a visit' of~ recently returned h~ome afte arnt ofbs~n eayrwre
several days here with ALieutenant short visit -withli er -husrbanmd' Pv ea d'n 1) t 0.- R. Marin~e Private Cl~air Hlume, left, back from Guladal 'nal, tell 1 w "eaither.
~ofismote~Mrs- niie r~dt. AdielB>Thmpsor, o ;li Iam~ri'ek.. Ifis 37-inm gun 'mo-wed dowll 64 Ja ps w,:,h canpister before he'hipiselfGor ohr r.AneAnt d~l-Tousn ofte .S was wouIed., William Robson, r ghit, and script writr, Ra-ad Mac- Mrs. 1). G. Chairs has beencoll
' . hikofth 1 S rnyAiCo, -h~~a ~a2in C. ( A. Filforq, Jfr., S-1 of Mr.~ and Dougall get~ material- for realistic radio show, The Alan 'Behind iledt her be,euwhitt flu is week,,
A.L hc f h-US Na-vy hams at Atlantic City; WN, J., but he has Mrs, C. A. -Fulaford, ha rturndo -jn-r Iued to.';n
been spending a furlough -here. 'with reently- been transferre-d to Den-, Baintbridge, Md., where he -is now -' ----ecoskitn n sAigi
this family. Since enterig the ser- ver, Colo. ,On, tier retrn home sh1 servn d ieitce seaman, after Ais -- ---- RDI<-a at Camp Perry, I-Va., and- Gulfport, C., wlhie slhe a cjoined, ier '< FILM 'NOW, VOYAGE I-~W e cnfin~ i vaious-- Mrs J. B. Brno netie h
Miss.' He was -fornerVy associated siste Creytop Yjrano j C.Pc here wi the- Florida Power and~ who will :spend a Nthile wit hler~ jRiley of~ Jaoksonvie, spen1t severalN Thursday. A ________parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie, Clark. days here visitin thei extra Daise nf plaer for 4ern. i-ith MR. HALSNO
__________ -- ~ -- -niece, Henry indsey andMsCal ture,, "Nbw Voagir wil open roil ~ i l'
THOMAS LEE CLARKE, JR., DonaIT Sexton, Ajiprelc W ~ais. N~.-il-Sunday and Monday at tlie"Kather- 'rMs SVlMrs, Chrles l'NoeI died, MvonCELEBlRATES SIXTH B~IRTHDAY mnap,2 of Bainbrlde, M1fd.,- hias- spent int Theiatre,, ant event whiicli spifs 1ls-JeCr ~o ihoe day March 1, at 'the, homei of' her
- -- {'T.ehov with h-s mo1her M'rs. -Henry Lindsey left- lat Friday enttainment pl~us t1oi film audie~c- 1Vris.J .' Bird, secon, aind Mrs. sj\, Mr.Albert Pae Jaspear, where
"Buddy" TLhomias Lee Clarke,' Ti., ,Aliqe We'aver, in.Lv Oak~p an with night for Alaskam, to resurne his 41- es. C-s Itarred1 "with her is Uie ro- D I~'A." Finlayson wo h64ji1 scor at Ishe resided. during he~r late' ilness. celebrated his sixth birtl'a-Y t - h,7 uncle, Ed'win Farr, here. 'H e r- ie Vi the armed focs. -- n i V1Ie I nse factor, Paul, H~n1the guest- table.< -neral services wee hel -in
utrday a4fternion, with, ai small party turned to-tiu on Weifesay. id hl h r owtcoisad sn eiedvatrona
at the home olf -his parents, Mr. -and c p. as isETN I atJmade up o shf'ilm I~farr- Ite wa sev afe thpl~ 'Melr. nz MrsMrs.~ ~~o -T 4 lIliain Alexander, of- Merimp -i-- .l --, t
street, The young gue~ played Mis~s.,' and Paiul '0gburn, of -Jeffer- Th Marob mneeting. of Vi-oi Bonitii Gra ill and Itka hase, seric !bein maduisd ati~e -asj -e
games on theja-,n 'and later 'thle son S.who re saionec~ C~r- cello P.-T-A. was hel t hligh 'Miss WV6s has4 a rol that cal g~Op-~ij4esrave. h4fhday cakie wa ouit anid served rnbolle,.'-wefe -wee k, end -guests of scoo Tjuesday afternoon, w~ih for the fie of actig.I"Nw1,Mr- Nyeg~lws un lrh
wil c ram. -p, ~kHt Xi~.~R 3an re- Voyager,"' thie story of a -Nv IEg i pos f-h in Wicnsn 184 Her1 made Wi~n wfas Lc
witn4 ic er th-ii Hoel 4.s -L.e R.i4in3, presient,
sidihg. land girl who resce4~rel~fIfrom- Ms- rpline BriFnsona ,as' a Oei uescliell. Se -was maiedc~
HINES F. BOYD Wo-r~td has b1een- received fkat Mr. Th-metif'ws1 d wit her, in~~hitons week end -vstr'n-aioteI CalsVro ae w hl
Tonin-old(v whoentered the rayby're.R T. WYallace. MViss, -et. of Tf n'i- W.iikr -n vebrnt he r.F V
Ira~ rs F'red,. A. B~oyd amn-. Naval'Trinih-g College at Dart-i Fane :Bawelpresentted -Miss- A.-J- c-rdre r t-tA AFv
ounce -the birth of son, Hines mouthi,N. -H.,. I as bhen 6mission- rnita. 11 tclhtt who san-g 0A' MAR1IES 'CNTINUE TO Mr ladMs -ai 1floo Alber Pge,, Jasper.
- inlayso, S~undiay,- Mkaoh: 7, 'i-n e~d a n enign. Mrs. Coldevvey thei marig to" Mr.>IT__~* '' ~ o rn~
Ljttle-Gr~ftin Hoptl Valdosta, f O~ner 'Mss Lois r1oWle- "'M Iove- Is A Fih man, andt1alwe1-it 0 I .-r .otrsi
Ga. Ms-Bywa- cmerly AMiss 1n'wfl~ithi er nts'for the- pr Ies -aiijed- 'Ms Mide Dicker at- Orando 'Special)- Th~e enist-'.l% ~~a d .$t Wr ~ a -is~'~~
E zaeihFmi1 ori~ -'- mt --- t-he-- piano._ nieAt of p1-year-oids in~ the Ml~arine Vnand Mrs. Stmratos alsob h~da hroiooJ.
Rev. R, T. Wlace was 'ten i- Corp's 13 Reerve -will be -eOnrlnue guests 1qis RuhHlad, 'fl -olnNee fJRkovle
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AC E"1Ol E T 777
( )GREGORY WN.U.RELEASE alk about in bondage II felt as f TIwere walkTHE STORY SO FAR: Arriving simul Well, What's the answer?" de- were imprisoned. He, ike aldron Ing around d chains Purges
taneously at the King Cole Ranch, Ann manded Waldron. "I can't give you before him, struck a niatc or two., only helpedmne teporarily.
Le ndCole Cody dlscoveredl Euarla:y .. ..
Li.ceco.dy discovereolt nri. all night; you know, to make up your Arrived at his destination, h aid, Then I learned the cause
Bill Cole had made two Identical wills, minds." "Will you ladies open up to me? It's i tin. It was
leaving them an his money and the lack~ of "blk ~ -fl7Q~)t~Inmit,8
Rancb. Rance Waldron, established at Ann Lee put'her lips close to Aunt in the cards, I think, that I have a o a o rlendde
Re anch since Old Bill's death from a Jenifer's ear word with you, and began eating KELO S
mysterious gun-shot wound, questioned "There are windows she whis It was Ann Lee's swifthand that
th sanit of~s Old Bial ann elglt o n o k d t e s swift and h at gu ALL-BRAN. Itsure is a grancthe sanity of OldE and the legality o pered eagerly. "We can slip through unlocked the door; ody, his gun acting ceeal-and didjus
the wills. Late that evening, Ann's Aunt while he's battering at our door, and still in his han since he trusted, watheaid itwould dot
Jenifer stole out and watched Rance help/ /. -
an stne lurctn ano t he use coot like anything down to wher, Rane Waldron in nothing, mde no got at the cause of my coa strange lurchins man out of the house. Cal Roundtree isl" move to crosaithe threshold. His .stipation and corrected It
She awakened Cole ad told him what .o..tre mv . .h . . 'Ifyour trouble is Mike
had happened. Together with Cal, the Aunt Jenifer whispred back, eyes, smoldering uder his dark *o
foreman, he tralled the fleeing hbrsemen "Go take a good.ook at the win- brows, took in all the loveliness of 1737 ne; why 't ou try
to a deserted cabin.; Auni Jenifer, search- dows, Gosey This is regularold th trim i gure before him larly, dinkplenty-o water
Ing Rance's liossessions, heard footsteps. Span ish ouse; every one ofthe gave no hint of his admiation, ad-"onthe eglas
Now continue with the story. I windows has iron bars like a ail; passed on to 6unt Jenifer. e Kellogg's in Ba
________windows__ hDs youn bar lik to jail; meMatde by eo~nB
if you haven't noticed, I have." "Do you cre to tell e hat te Creek
"I'll give you about -two minutes they rcku~swas!all about? jhe. asked. 44' / '
CHAPTER XIII more to k it oer" said W I be a good idea." Speako dron. "That's because ifI go shoot- ing ointedly to Jenifer, he added:
For one stricken instant the ad- ing your lock off,I'm apt to wake "You were right i what yo told me Venturesome Aunt Jenifer felt as that nosy Roundtree. I'll go to the -a while ago. Cal Roundttee and I .e
though she were paralyzed., The kitchen and get a hand-ax; there's have iound out a thing or two." * f M r of
next second she leapt and ran like one by the wod box. I can handle Will you step in, Mr. Cody?" A .
a frightened deer; her racing foot- that s he won't hear it sound, asked Aunt Jenifer. "You're right *
steps sounded extraordinarily loud You'y ot until I get back to do welcome." ir her own ears as she .dashed your i ing. And I'llianage to "I'd be glad to do so, ma'am," ,A LOS*.W
through Waldron"s room toward the keep aeye on your oor so that said Cody politely, and stepped ,. P 'ut s-aupose Va- o up e
corridor. Then an even louder sound you don't sneak ut on me.", briskly into Ann Lee e: room. n ..*, *4 ostril. I (1) shrinks swollen 0
struck her ears, a man in the yard They listened for his departing Aut Jeniferclosd and locked th branes, (2) soothes ritatio
running faster than she could run, footsteps and didn't ieara soin door dnd asted no further time *elpass a g
making for the outside door of Tom heuite tiay decided i iat g Cole Cody, with Ann Lee all olow complete di
So tey uit~nauraly ecided tha olwcmlt i
Gough's room. She gained the door he was still standing before their ers to take it i her adventureections in older VA-TRO
she/.was headhi'g for and heard 'the door, trying to tiick them into stick- of the might. Slib 6en haided.the ...
other door snapped open, and heard ito t hep d Jenkins letter to Cod vw 1i ad it
a man's heavy boots come pounding n o e o he and then stood there frownin t it STOMCH TROUBLE?
reddt ouhee nthm Bth
on. hady tie' i th"r But I don't know what to do about FEEL TIRED?(RII DOWU1
had tricked tock; in anohs wa.FELTRD RN1h111
She fled faster than ever, carrying hat edit all, he said at last. This letter PEPLESS? Try our Genuine
her lamp in one hand, her letter in remove hisa roots, set lhn down fou Two-Piecer IER" he ai at helpe tteoni utm
the other. The Inp chimney Was gen ly and hurry in hi socke feet his having id a wounded an in RE'a grandto-piece out- s e el and h asai Tn
- E B'S rrn ctiofecaut- sa1if wllanecapnd.s
shaken off aN crashed to the floor o the kitchen, get the ind and his room all day, comes pret tyclose H fit fr wearingdainI n y mai $ a
m iga nose it seemed to her, to ing Rance aldron's out Button frot, cined- waist ATICK INDIAN HERB O.P.O.Box 89 a
loud enough to wake the dgad but ,eaersback. He-" and low placd- e d nQ~Bets are.elthe famrsmoke "A man hidi tihe house all tayI"anlo p1oktaawe -____________me giving gut mtoe m t hu come notes Ti slightly flared
than light, still burned on and gasped An Lee. "A wounded man?
skirt is For1 a
owed her dimly the way she must Tell m about itl crisp cane e a
$ito~ 'ies hag er iky
go to gain her own room. She Ismy notion," said Aunt Jen- WANTED
laced back and saw the man fertartly, id Ireck it'sCe atteNo 37 e rsis
speeding after her; it was too dark C6dys notion, too that Raice Wal- 17,4,18, 4 r spond9'
ust.easures 3, 32,34, 3T38
back there for her to make him out dronand tle dian he's been hiding, PAne2Suem t A, c t
clearly, but she knew it must be are the two that Iheld th sae upa r on so d se 14 t2) ads9ich dRol iOUmE
RanceWaldron, and she could imag- yesterday. Right, Cole? T IS almost, unbelevable how material. 1ckey fron re e yard
ine his hard hands choking he to Cody nodded. cheering a gay aon like this ncmari Write, telng how
death. "Right, Aunt Jeniferh A more can -be. The bright atchwork Sen your orer to muc-you have to se
By about three yrds she won the 4han that, Cal Rioundtree feel cer- border can onie right out of the
race. Butbythe time she could tain that Tom Gough-that's the scrap pile-bits of diffe rent ma- SEWING L PAE
raae Butro has then tidie shetras htaenw yn de 530 South Weuls St. Chcao dy#Apstad il o
slii into Ann Lee's room and get mc drosn has bee hiding out- teriad i 3t riio y EnI 20 cents in coinsfor eA
.er key into the lock, he was at her I ais the oa who siot ol Early Bills Barbara Bell Pattern No. 11-B I e i5attern desired B OX 237, PITTSBRGH', P
door. By the fraction of a second If all of us right in our guess izs 14 16, .20 40, 42 and Pattern No ........ Size ....
she shot the bolt before his hand we d better watch our 'steps But 44. Corresponding bustniensurements 32, Name .......,....... ...
touched the knob. if we round these tw up and hand 38, 40 42 and 44. size 16 (4)
h-n svedeem o r o the i hwh c a r u yards madr re .... .. ...... ....
Then she sped through Ann Lee's hhd i i i to des as a
:oom and to thedy door outhat gaveOa0egesuri roo g s5S.C.s
upon the corridor andas she heard tWe've got scrs of evdenc, but SN P
it's mostl guesswork at that. Tryn oelodplatobfoiehein'asTe QuiosTec aree-rs co
"Mis Edwrd, tin yixha touite kno his Ann Lee."x.s.I.drip
him comin there, too,. if o he m dher s dw ad her 1 W ned
,door locked. hen find him innocent, and sa S i it ayoer n ein rU er
ghere wasa heavy silence, /eekl h i c 3. q bouszR
ANon Lee's tsloneepy voice asking, h"Is eer hal? 11r Ceo ctaot tgi 2 I dorel o a .rooavce
to, oua Auntie? What are you do- fyo rha eve thanin he sent bid 4. i t wor mans wse s
-a't'a"itbl calmnes*, di reu by oide n'la to ne ohe thaspbeea
en ae atr 'derthe circumstances a con b ed. o (tI t h ri C n i n net (o h-. a s t the e .n of 0 Bot gt $,0Io reaCe. d
ehe isha ehe s Wa oloeed. Wat t so it ot trite Ann Lee -w uld break down ud a n snrns
Oup, saying curtly yet not over loud, plead to be forgivenl he didn't as The Quetions p ThetAnaerp A h a. dNterned tha
"Miss Edwards, s-pothik you had yet quitepknow his Ann Leeo u 8ubb er aiex as It drips from the
better let me come in. :Or, if reou rn The president of the United ndrew Japkmson. trees Isw tbout 60 ptr genr water
"Miss*Edwards,~~Sh Iko'~tn o a oce toc nr adyuaep ahger fyso thn her s pnogeerieao ornt reemresen 10.e Ariatsipibn-redf
i you might step yout :hrie o utd e fhr, an ci rate. itrodced the spoils isya- 2 Itwas a J esreah bird, now extinct. h, t balance rein inra.
ikeme a word of explanation." dah cl r dnr. C o e a e, n. te s wiion onr Augut s an sus.
rI'llnsmashyour do ornand lnde he jh aethef'I puely s o 2. Is the dodo a real or fabulous 31, 1919. priviang vseade waco-mmi ... h ,
"Not tonight, Mr. Waldron, thank "Perhaps, Mr. Lodt, haat the s7o it ots rverasg li er
you, said Aunt Jenifer with ce heyou rereieve Ihmis morning as seat Yo? 4. The wrd means wishstee, saga- alind as waoma ai l
itable calmness. hby aruevidece to remin oe at i ss vcthe peak public cious. sl t eds of the fnve and ten centi
" still hae a R t g o- th et debt of the U. S. t the end rf 5. Both get $0, O year. variety navl a -stroner Inale
ti. i Waldron," h sid que and-raseditowore i 1?6. Ingenious-inventive, sul a anYu
proudwherea if yustoonouour ging the Tunmbo Inde "What is it?" she whispered. "Want to shoot i ths air the dark pod wr lyare yspoenta a icialoi fank i f Iador's Oriand w ongelete
'aWhaithas happened?" than a o bere -in -te lamp lgr t nd Mr. I rubber out m. the waters
I'lbsOr get out o hie? b suio e fie satd ou, 0wouldyou a insider ie a compli- 7. A sari. e Amazsn.l sit toe heads,
Again Rance Waldron spoke, more Tihstoe m th rothe peard iat ultd now utw en a picle? s and 8. Queue. uns and machv rt, bhther ef neo
sternly this time. Coyptherthea Ted e t t n I t er y srt ny n ta In ies s
outsintote 5a andc 'sath R o e It a, sh si. Ca e ed (aore e .
re Mi tp E ar nd olter stnd for was his voice, at once angry and you are a biggerebfool ia the grae-aayf.akre Med tt (Bowith men. ine
this sort of thing Going oy ou bo mocking. t brliz 'Aunt Je ifer sid cispy, "Sit ative? vessel engage inrbbery pn bottles. The came
here and give me a good explanation "Fooled you that time, my pretty down, Mr. Cody Seem'as though 6. What is -the. dierence be- the high sea, while, a privateer is Amazon district '
oer I'll smash your dpor down nd ladies," he jeered at them. "I pulled, you're lwa rs to save our bacpn A full own H be
Ni The axseingnors apren iunos an sae r dsefse vce i a men's f In .. .
coe in." my boots off' nmea od made the trip, and from flling into the fire Let s have 7 The principal garment of a Ifoned to w a upon an enemy. a s e I w
IAunt Jenifer told her pat little lie here I a bacn with the deax. You a bit of a war tlk, sandll awe? Hindu woma is cofd whati or yo f then. a myou; hane to run, eCbut it's gone "A tii Ann Lee glared at is s r. How do yu spell the name f The new steel helmet jst dopt"I still have Cal Roundtree's gun A now. e L oston to tthish Edwards using one of the highest- the pigtail the Chinese formerly ed by the Army is nolonger alled
M. Waldron," she said quietly e hand-ax crashed -lnto soid grade glares she kept in etocke For- wore in China? nae "tin hat." Ica "head bucket"
"Stick your -ugly mug in bere and as of thea door ance Waldronthis war talk of yours hdn't 9. Whichis the largest artificial and when you see one you'll kno
I'll shoot it off." mor lt s"open up Know, a d all I'p do is better step into your ron?" lake in the worl? why. Our soldiers have changed
"I'll bust your door down, tell m akyou give me back something "This suit me te," said Coy 10. What is the difference be- ch of their slang since the last'
you," said Waldron I know ou you stol frm Mdy room. Get Pig- and sat esdown.- tween a pirate ship and a priva- war, but not their preference for
haven't any gun. Cody pitched it headed l about it, and I won't let you -is merit in my -niece's -sug teer? Camel Cigarettes. Now-as then
out into the atio and I aw Round off s easy. I'm wing to be ea ge tion Mr. Cody i -Camels are the favorite. The
treear pick iot u ostepsmo ing aayo, leabu the wh ole -dy ,ut w u'llgh te af ygoo k ab t ang the faEvASYiteM ciartt wthme
B y hoope Ann Le rtoo arv e i an silene Th'woehds 'where twyo se ieta w h ls ad arKrdei t..actual
frye I, She ell sittin o upte erseldtim,. Kbther a fi foog sarod. My AToANDd c
bie gotvoic clthd' cu tohe throgs "What's then n~~ heemand h youas ight -as come a id h spa n rna ino r i ryu itt red rrltvsi
o tho fon yoroe. i youThe anr cahe int tk o ho t it e aon't rally know ating
"hem te aie ack, th m Cole C ofOCoeyodsn you edo alwas about either R ance pWaldron fredhprI Tomowdb a-h evcebigwllrcie
nion saill ben heer. lieta sho t Ahoricd Ran Waldrsonal, try- oghe Bte wecnt see muh ato b e s THEYn-i an SUdCITa MEtpi tyqrlcidalrsad
an'tl wr, n he did to b rk r tdi k o r t n 1 on t o.t Annd ofylatees s
ti moing o I'lloot ytle wask dark't wee ou, Waldrn sai nd reufrone It cleanKr thcerexd TO
ofe'you door-ottr Iall morget lasng x stod;, h his left is tayadd-wth hoigu hsyugld
jouseI'ebetohsroan time."u ar, thogh. amp -i hsho ita C alir onedt, in th -onn n
"tThat's Thechanc o ar hink rom, makg hisOrway y st rtil -forthemaybe s endin g for the Judge and
rearern thtanBald hEagle. hen between your lgs and get out Do aJoed iirhelp gihe usae steer?" 4 K CAMELS
"-aAnn Leeid Wairen toher aunt,e of here iberatenasLeelookedherdrelpafe;s
-, Thatel sint tu u A untl t sneni ould e a lrot to anisgonme ou Jeifrbot e a n oudo ad thoht -t "' fher hiostepdsre moving away co- thecvoing hof tolaerr Cody, Iutnw-mgt'eago ida-to han to e sta Bersow Aer mouth "Shohooghyotrrveing sience.i thewd erCoe to tonight away, anee saith Ann
rOnly hit iSu true. I knew he had d, he K aftr de t "i Lee, and youtakemy room. Won'T
gone out and I knew he heradn't come shat l in' nu ver luck you?"Yt. ...rg
back. It's likely he's down at the of late; r it's the same with youId Cody rose and bowed; it was aL S '
men's quarters by nawhinnmg with rather take you on by daylight" rather graceful bow, thought Ann oTHET T-ZONE-where cigaretesare judged
Cal Roundtree. But if we yelled our "Suits me -fine" said Cody. Lee as she and Aunt Jenifer rose TheTZONE-TastenndThroat-isthe
heads off they wouldn't .hear; that's Rance Waldron dropped nhis ax. also. proving ground for cigarettes. Only your
"Ia on tooo h lock
why Cal left you a gun this morn His gun was n hs had, he said They passed to their room; he tasteand troat can decide whichciga
ing, to signal him with. Darn it, "All right; I'm taking your word for stepped after the ridthe door, ette tastes best to you .. and how it.
I wish we had thatgun now! Well, it,' and started back down the corri- closed it gently and said a very affects your throat. Based on the expei-anyhow, I've got all the keys I know dor to. his room. quiet,aa m rin enc of millions of smokers, we believeningand...
nbout in this place, and it'll take a Then Bill Cole Cody stepped along "Thanks, he good night d'-Camels will suit your,T-ZONE" to-a T...
l ofL axworktobtterone of these through te darAknessdtoward the ladies. bak.I'sleyres down at h rom laewfi her A e wihyuLe odoe and he ut(O b OwTNed itwa i

4. 4 .4 "N '!: ": + + .. + + : ;: ; ls
ors REPORT. . ....
i ..: ... ..... .;+,+j +-.;.: .. ',+- ; ; LOCAL STOCK YARD
Lost Month Minutes Red Cross Field Directors MARKTCAREP TK YARD
County Comissioners Solve Soldiers' Problem s The Monticello Stock Yards seasonable run of cattle aifd 4.44.4.
hogs, Monday, and a red, hot sale.
Proceedings Board County bommis- Iogs sold strong to 'higher than
-sioners' Room February 3, last 'week. Cattle sold around a
A. D. 1943 half cent higher. w
Best steers & heifers 10 00 to'14.00 Augusta Travers--you krnow, the
, The. Board ofCounty: Conimis 'Mediuff Strs. &Hfr. 8.00 ho runs the little hat shop d6wn
sieners of. Jefferson, County, Flor- Bestcows .4 ..--. 8.00 to 13.00 on Main 'Steet-she's alway been
id&, met this day in regular, session, Medium cos .00 t 8.00 dead set against gambling in any
there being present Chairman C. J Mdu 05. '. .0 O80 form. Never will forget when I was ~
Bills ------. 8.00 to 12.00 a kid 'and she found little Hammy
Reaims and Commissioners John H. Calves -------------- 10.001 5.00 her youngest nephew playing mar
Shuman, Fred Stokley, E. S. Wright .No. 1 Heavie g 14O.50 t15.00 s keps t bact k thes h '
and E. Grantham. No."1 hogs ...... 14.60 ing and point out the evils of gamMinutes of the meeting of Jan- .No. 2fogs -14.15 tliig. She's a strict woman, Augusta,
uary .6, A. D.. 1943, wete read .and No. 3 heogs -----------13.75 real strict. G ood- as gold, tot course.
approved. Not. 4 ho 34 But mighty, set against. the lighter
apgprove13.4 things of life-. 4 44*(4~ ~
The following accounts were ex- /No. 5 rogs -4-- 1.3.35 Well, so you could have knocked us
amined, approved and ordered paid. No. 1 roughs 12.80 all over with- a
Warrants ire rawn for the' sev' No. u ghs 12.70 feather wlen Au- .a f t-gusta started her eral amounts, signed, sealed and No.'1 IHeavy rouhs 13.60 gambling am- BROTHERS WIN
countersigned in open Board, Bring a lod o stock and attend V j, paign-.for: War SWINE AWARD
a .t Bonds and
Warrants Drawn o General lev._ae Stamps, sright'out Grimes lowa The four Koch
enie? undm te w o f bothers here have been honored
r r shop... First 5604 to65O inclusive, paid ficient fot said, pse *sd ofthe for outstabding service on the home
to paupers ------------- 92.00 .Now therefor be it -resolved by. 'photographs of front.' They are 'national- chan,
5651 R. J Taylor, coms. 38.95 the Board of County, Comissin- every boy here in town who's joined pios in the 942 iior breeders
552 The Minicelo New, ers of aid Counto Jfferson that p and pasted them on e big aboard
,r of sare Cont of Jele at
suplie 992 St lunI s in the window, with little Americaf n ts 'sponsored:'b Hapsir
su'pplie l.. ------------- 99.24 the State Road patent of sa fgsat the corners. Half the tow Swine Registry These boys state
5653 "ishop'Off. Equip. Co., .. State be a -they are hereby re was down there watching her d6 it. with a $100 Hampshire br'd gilt
supplies --------------- 12.51 quested to supplyhe said sum f She left themiddle mty hen she four years ago ad
5544The H. & WNI. B. Drew ,Co., 8,2500.00 with whil to i1asklanh d they coinrdeeda one dy sale with
printed up and put it in 'the middle,"1te odce-aoedysl ih
supplies --4-rials for idi Bid ut of. and this is what it said; "These are record receipts of $12,000. Their
5655 Fla. Pdwer & Light Co., 'imoniesin'the hands of the said de- the Local Boys who have enlisted in award in the -oitest was an out
oligts.:. '.. ........32.46 Poto'i Toni F+rissi parties and ing to sad A ear-Te a btg taii din breed gilt, which L. B.
5th6 y.oii. nd areCouy.,g.Wai Bons anId
5(656 Geo. 'D arnard & Co., thousands of U. S. fighting men last yearaccepted the invitation to ,discuss' County from the collection of gas $tamps--Hitlr and the Japs are bet- Roth, left, of Propletstown, Ill,
supplies .- 31.22 their personal problems with Red Cross field directors who company troops to oline taxes raided ig yo are't-Place your bets in-, on P t s .os Rth nak
Amnon+G~ !... ona"l Plot slc,-,, :;'Bot nfak5657 Sinclair.Re iing Co., fuel. 59.45 a pnts of the world. This picture, taken in London, shows everyone happy after it. frhe esovedthat te i '
588Ct WatrDp. alr--4s the fiel'd'mfn had satisfactorily solved, the problems of the two soldiers at the desk. 'M iecud' att e
5i8 City WthRtereept, Csaer Wa 4.8Fu n p5 o e t' Clerk of this Board is hereby di s'f de: h A
Contributions~~rele to turhe Rhed Stote Road WaDed owi rgrs aeti self down there and'inside'Augusta's
5649 L. R; Rainey, supplies 7- 7.90 4iri; possible. reed to furnisl the Sfate oad De-, shop to see what in the wide world
M6580 F. & M. IBank, paid-bills 25.00 ~D''partinent with a, certified- opy of had happened to her, turning, right"
oJan.t1943 ..18.0 soutern Army emp is outh was and othr problems are unfolded in cncurrence in this Resolution to tal. She went right up to Augus;ta
5682 Clyde H. Sauls, salary Inset la hard, straight line; his eyes' .a never-ending panoras- Ieth e R nei Ja accordancee, wifh the provi- and said, "Aigusta Travers, eettis
Jan. 1943 -.-.------ 131.10 were cold, determined. His wife.trailed. Cross field directors. Almost always siods- of Chapter 291.19, Floiida like someing's come over you I
563 Mrs. J. M. Henry, piar "him as he strode across epioi they r e Statutes of .1941,, the 'Board exan- Way a r t Ide our
f ing gambling campaign In yur
of Gt. H. grounds 5.00 oom;, ier.fAce Was e and swget The ed os f rectoristea iged the list- of Confederate Pen ow tsop. '
5664 Mrs. C. W. Reed, salary from c ryng. They were not over 22. to, furnish information, 'counsel, and e in JeffersonCounty and it hMen t tel m its enughb 414
"Ined el,"th~sldertod assistance as needed to men of 'the heoneten meii conr usegaml
Jan,.~~~~~~~~ ~i t943 16iio 66f th Board help, allpde o~ h tu outyby
Ja'. an 1943o o 1 diretr at the de., armed. forces Reaching into- every is the pnion fthe Boa that all bonds to win this war!" Augusta
'/:;'429 I. -. of~c,)oni~ th names appearin onsi
56 5 : Filayson, office 4 Ineed it fast. unty ithe United States thr lgh of he imeae spring o said list asked,
rent Jan. 1943 ..-.-.... 10.00 'Th ed Cross field director smiled, local Red Cross chapters, 'these w6r are entitled to same. I frgot to ay. Wasn't just a hat
5688To a' 3.-e aao fer "bu the, soldie- ....+u+ + ... .. ...and. : RI, 0 - .. ......
56 C. J. Reams, saa0 b di not returnn it. "All or- and local home service chairmen businesryHwife brought 'home. Was arhat
Sl ight, soldier, let's see wht's th act o behalf of the meii There being no futile i a $5 o id The Poor Cave Man
"'trubl.'? -'-~' ~ forces' fuid 'their families~ In-nate~s the Bloard then a'djourned-. '(t ry fo an actual reportin the
5667 John H. Human, do. 40.00 m 'ole fo e ps t0e elfa iher n ar the Aod h ajo r iles of the Treasury Departenent) Had No Newspaper
S--I t welfare of. either ohove (J eM S Remember: It takes both faxes O dr ert se
5668 E., Grantham, do... O t M it bited'I'm o alioit now -i 'addition to the servicegen-aided 'ttt: in an War Bods (and bore a To Advertise n
5669 E. S. Wright, do ------ 40410 h iahill," he ul.... "I' o a ar Bonds .....more- War
5609 Ed StWkigh, do. ..._ue nto mov ou almost any -inute. br field directo r e an 5000 L DE SU Cler B nds)-to run the War an combat ut You Have.
5670 Pred Stokley, do. 40.00 -t I not ging 1eve my wift families of men in the service received i inflation! H. s. TreaosuUjy urar,'efjt
5371 June Anderson do.< 15.00 'with no place to stay." help through Red Cross chapters and
5072 T. G. Bishop, rent Health Further conversation deve r ert vloped that branches. '4- hai
Unit, Jan. 1943 ..-------- 43.5 the yoin bride- was an expctant Contributions of the American peo573 Housekeeping Aid Proj., mother. She was unable to go home pie to the Red Cross during the $1251
because of her 'stepfather. Her us- 000,000 Wai Fund appeal now in prog ubain---------2.0bnd had no relatives, with whom' she ross' will help' to keep ad ex-panld4
5674 F W' Davi,.care of Ct o could stay. And the allotment h had these services to the nation fighting
H. clock --------------- 4.00 made to his wife had.not.yet come Men. ..
5675 Clyde H. Sauls, en Ct rough. -Varied and often unusual are'e the A&
Wk. Xan. 1943 ---------- 9.001' Two hours later-aftr' much con- other demands made of' 'Red sCrs
56 A. S. (ant,. .. 0 versation and planning the soldier field directors Field Director Williai
5677was a te hand 'o th Red Cross 'Fl harty, stationed in, a remote Aus5678 as ash Dield, wood 9.00 eld director 2tralfan atea, traveled down to a rail.5h8 Headls Cashe -i'gmStore, had arrangedroad junction to bring back 6,000
drgs _.. -. 1.00 that the soldier's wife spend th night 'pound of American magazines for
5670 Vian H. Priest & Co., at the Arm camp guest house. Vrep- troops to whiThh he,was assigned. Retwo brooms ---.....--o. .78 ariations hdd been completed with a during on',A train, 'he was asked' to'_ _. ..
580 Anderson, oal 9.50 Iseab. Rd Cross cha'ter for her help "deliver a baby for 'a. native
Total General Revenue transportation back home. The Red woman, belatedly -en route to a' hasgirl'sn home tow 2Sa
Fund --------------------- 9et ross hapteo Albert
uhadts that she had proper, -Red -Cross Field- Di
Warrants Drawn on Fine 'care until the bay, was bori. By that Campbell and two assistants, David S
191~~Jh J. Clacy Jr., doas oei msiotY. ]rilr Tiue b,__l
time the' allotment would be coming Omant and John J. Claney, Jr. Histri4283 Clyde H. Sauls, ri 4 through. u uted clothes, cigarette soap, razors newspaper I Y. S FN E This Newspaper
Wk. Jan. 1943 ------ 34.20 1 in. every United States military ese tooth brushes, playing cards and other Ejytefns aaie
SJn~. 1. tablishniet, at home and abroad, t articles to American fighters duringad Enoyth fies m1
4284 T. B. Bird, dokt fee 1200 American Red Cross maintain eld oe of the most ious Solonile saving tires and gas. E
4285 A. S. Grant, handling director an d stiff to help Uncle San's i slands battles. 'Any guti Listed. Only through this news. *
prisoners .. -.. 40 fighting men' work out such personal Whatever the welfare and personal UIpaper can you get 'such F e Great
4286 onA.S rant; ----- feeding problems. 'More than-i1,000,000. seivice- problems of American fighters at home 4- ---'big reading -b ar'ga ins ,i4286 A. S. Grant, feeding bn.ackheddt.i Both For Prices Slhownraog 2 S
prisoners -------- nnpssed through the offices 'of the- or 'abroad, the field director, 'aed Boh orPisSon, Pick your' favorites andi M agazines4
4287 A ~. Gant, ervan hireRed 'Cross -field' directors last. year. up by 3,755'. Red Cross chapters and mi,~
4287~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ A.!M~m S. Grant, servan 3.00Z.0 brancu]+es,' th e srvi ian malcOntou TDY
428i asbla coee al phre 11 .s,00 bl :Magazines Are For I Yar tuotosTDY ALL S1X CFR ONLY
4288 A. S. Grant, fingerpiintitg f financial aid, best friend in time of need.' u t A
prisoners -------------- 19.00 0 Americai Fruit:irw $2.25
___ -'.- -__ ~''~C1 American FrGi .ZA..el---2.25" -75
4289 A. S. Grant, Wts. ] Aerican -Girl .. ... t..2.75.
Capias ----------.----- 275.81 197 T. B. Clak, do-. 74.10 251 Mrs. W W. tohnson ------ 4.00 Amerian Home .' 2.75 ig Economy a
4290 A. S: Grant, Cons. -- 35.74 198 N. L Youngb loo do. 64.10 2. Mrs. Maiary Brown ...-------. 2,00 rAm n Magazin 3.
4281 A. S. Grant, W s. & -199 R.H. Devane, do. 8'3.10 Total M others' -- O BetrC okn.0 oshAmerican PoultryM JournaL 2.15Yr.e.torPYr
apiRs ------------.. 1.9 00 E. GArdeie 83.10 F 0 Btter Con & n .75 our Ma a uia nes 1 Y
4282 B. 3. Hmrick, conviction 201 Ernest Bell, d. 4.00( OBreder'D 2.50rYr
2eWa Warrants aDrawn 0arigi ne C L25 This Newspaper 1 Yr. 0 Bettpr Hoines & Gardensl Yr.
'fee--. ----.---- -.. --30.00 202 Pope's garage, r 4809 n s O Christian-Herald .__..d_ 3:00 N 0 Woman's Home Comp... Yr.
Tetal F eRand Foreture ------- 24 3 Jeffrs o'Cl ad le __s li s 2 5 Telb O a 0 Click .,..lofer. 2.50 egular L 0 w A zm erican iome ..u..p p Yr.
ulFend Fofeture -$ 203 JtrD. Solrs g _,,u1es.A 2.40 253 Western nih hT ah 0 Colliefs Wepkly .l3.S07.s5 O Click 1 Yr. 4
a 5 L. Anderson, Mse. .. 48.25 c many, telegrams 00 -0 Column 'iget ...... 3.25 0 A era Grly .8 Yr.
Warrants awn5 o Ror.e4 EB N. Stephens, saary O Cointry.Genteina, 2 Ys. 2.50a
Bridge Fundr 206 Armour d& Company,, 'Jan, 1943-14510 O Etde..MusicMagazine..3.50 -0 ot'Digest .1Yr.
geris5 5.1 seriO F'art fle &_._ Fr' .50 .1 Silvr Acreeinz 1_ Yr.
180 Monticello'- Gro. Co., 207 D. gciH--a--sI-wr--Co.-5511 Mrs. C. A. Lgtos ices O Farm Jrige & r' Wie. 2.15 Im arinCu 0 Silver SAreen 1 Yr.
groceries .. -. 47.27 207 H.M-ays 91 in Home D'em4 office O 0- Flower Grower 3.......30 0 Christian Herald ...6 Mo.
'181 F. A. Johnston, groceries 10.95 208 Am Sevic etin.- j an.. 94f3--------.. -------- --o hi 40 on H G n 0 .odRof.ere-.. O.e ... Mr.
'182 American Oil Co., fuel .. 135:8 repair------- --8.73 5 Miles Groov, oc rt 0 Liberty ( (Weey) + .. 4.10 Hos rn Magi ___________ Yr. Se lad i.) 1
-183 L. .R. Rainey, supplies *.. 81.50 T R. Nego cuty aet '' .. 3400 O Look (every other week). 3.25 Afa n ouyJurnal 1 amrs ie.. Yr., Scrienend Discovery4 441 Yr.
184 The Texas Co., fuel 1-.... 38.93 o ad & Bidge $1?4.0 Tota__Agiculhre0 Mdern Romances 50'. 2 Prgeev.Frier r. '0 Parents' Magazine 6 Mo.
185 B. W. Johnson & Son, drugs 2.29' FuF--------nd$,4. oa Agriclur.....,. '.,1 '1737 '-Modern (0scr 2 .5.0 Thsesae- r 0 Futr Gwrs ..6Mo.
186Stadar Oi Co; fel il .7 Wirns1rawn o M others' Fund SMotion made an'd carried that4 the 0 .Offacial Detective Stories.' 3.00 -ale4 SE~vEN$ J.3P 0 cThe Woman. 1 .
187 Fla. Power &- Liglit -Co., 226 Mrs. Susie Whittle--.-----8.00 ,Board condemn 'the' Cody Bridge 0 Open Road (12 iss. 14 mo.) 2.75 .~ ONLY 0 Modern Romances 1,4~ Yr
lights -----------....8.94 227 M4-s. Isla Higginlbothamj 2.00 across 'St. Marks Itive~r' ._ "OuPaets' sMI2azine mo.) 00 O _____________ Household Magazine ..2 Yr
188 Burgmnan Tr-actor Equip. 228 Mrs. Esther Kilpatrick 3.0i0 *Motioni made and carried to place -0 Pathfinder' (weekly) .1. 2.50 4
-'Co.," supplies----------..119.34 229 Mrs. Hatie Kinsey-----2.00. Zora Walker on Pautiper List 'at $3010 OPopuiar -Mechanics .... 3.75 GRU -elc w
189 Sinclair Refining Co., fuel 18.441230 Mrs. -Lillie 'Story'------- 5.00. per month. O Progressive ,Farmer ~2.1s 0186- vIiam C.j AmerOcan B-Slt Two .2r
100 City Wiiter Dept., Water --2.99 231 Mrs. Trudie Wiliford 4.001 Upon motin duly~ made -and c)r 0 Rcdhok Magazne BeteHme.&Ga3es.2... ..Yr amra. Poultry Wife-2 Yr.
191 M. D. Lamb, 'tobacco ...... 5.51 232 Mr.Cri Waters- 4.00 ried the -following resolution was O~ Screnean Disoc .. 2.5 otte Home compeanio 1...... DP ar iune Frm' We..2 Yr.
192 F.- & M. Bk, ai bifll 3.55 23 r.lri Freeman-- .00 adopted- by 'the. Board:. Siveecre m're~ri ma.......r...... Yr vrboys~lr ~g r
193 John Gerrell, axe handles 3.00 234 M1Vrs.- C. E.,Walker 4.00' RESOLUTION -D0Spo'rts Afield 2.75 'TsNessr 1Y. 0 Southrn Agriculturist Yr 3Porssv amr .2 Yr. I
194 WV. J. Hatchett,- salary, 285 Mrs. Leila Jhines-----. 4.00 "Whereas, the CountyT is now .3ti- 0OSuecessful Farnming ..2.25 Ti .- r 0 Soutercn Agruitlturist 2 Yr.
Jan. 1943 ---- .... 97.10 236 'Mrs. -Minnie L. Brison .,3.00 gaged un'der the supervision of the 0 True Story .-i... 2.0Regular ALL 0..6c5essAmul Fruming rowr.
195 J. R. Vann, do. --------- 59.10 237 Mlrs. ,M. W. Watson .2.001 State Road Department in the build- 0 -Theoemnan- 4Com4 2.75 Oni EEN ~ w Nat. Livestock Producer..1 Yr.
196 Leonard Carroll, 'do.- 45.80 '238 Mrs. 3. M. High-tower- 2.00 in~g and construction of~ State Road 0Woa'Hmeom- 2.5 675 OL
_________________________239 Mrs. Zorah High'tower 4.00 No. 291 in Jteff'erson County Fle-240 Mrs. Blanche Clark----4.00 idia, and ag a FILL IN AND MAIL TO SMART MONEY 241 Mrs. H. A. Bilinski-----3.00 -Whereas, in the course of the j'O U U UTUM N THIs NESPAPER TODAYi
242 Mrs. Mary Gill ---------3.00 construction, of said Road it is nec-S'
HNOWS [' 243 Mrs. Sallie Morgan----280 cssary to construct a,-Bridge over Check adtamines desired and enclose with coupor'WHERE TO o 244 Mrs. Mae Marshall----2.00 what is known as '"Olive Creek" Getee:Iecoe3.....-.... .Pes edm h
GO AFTER (-' 245 Mrs. Cl-au-de Allen----3.00 traversed b~y said road, aniw .it is S offer checked, with a year's subscription to your paper.
READING -' 2i46 Mrs. Eugene Horner 4.00 necessary to provide fun-ds in the ~ 4~N AM
IN THIS 3--- 248 Lorene Davis-----------2.00 ch-ase necessary materials for the'9 S ETOR .Fh_ _________NEWSPAPER. 249 Mrs. Cora Mae Bozeman -6.00 construction 'of -said. Bridge and the POSTOFFICE.._______________250 Mrs. Audrey Norman ---400 Jin-ances of said County are insuf- -