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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.45 May 28, 1943


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Weekly constitution (Monticello, Fla.)

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The Great Middle SECTION OF
GaktInl Foito aeloriea eo,..T b a FLORIDA
Ja~kSOn~lile, Fla.- Florida post "9GIOg,, Or OAR INFrRMATIeM There wIll bt a dane ,at The Senate anki. House approval we
offices began late last week distri- Appi nations for War Ration Book Womn's Clt, Saturday i ht fro given to Governor ollad's three
button' of postcard application No. 3, which will proide stam s to 9 to 12. All young lptople and ser- cent cigarette tax which was passed
Blanks for :the state's estimated replace those now inning out in vice men in the community are in- by both legislative bodies and now
2,0(01,000 consumers' supply of War ex-sting books, are now being dis-. v'ited. A group of Air Corp boys awaits the Governor's signature
'Ration Bdok No. 3, which will be tributed by letter barriers. lEach from Tallahassee and Thomasville which seems certain.
jput into use sometime later as a application is good foa.single di- are peed but pls for their Revenue lost when horse racing
replacement for war ration ,5oks visual or an entire family. Consiuin- visit are not complete. was suspended last winter will be
.onean dtwo. ace by th ciartt tax li
~one and tvwro. 4" ~ ~ ers will fill 6ut, stanip and mail ap- replaced'h y the cigarette tax which
Everyone will require one of the plication cards, %which are pro-ad. will be used for -old age pensions
new books. Extreme care is neces- dressed1 to OPA mail centers, be- nd county aid.
sari i making out the applications, tween June 1 an'd June l0. Around The principal amendment added
Chauncey W. Butler district OPA June 20 and up to July 21, OPA cenj to tle bill provides, for the director
director, pointed out. ters w.l mail books tp applicants; Of the State Beverage Department
An application," said Butler, Deiroy Expired Stamps instead of the State Comptroller to
Imust be made for each group of LOODSTAKE HEAVY TOLL To strike, an effective blow against collect tIhe estimated $3,500,0001tax
persons who are related by blood, the black market housewives. are .h will become effective July
marriage or adoption and who reg- Photo by Bunker Hill {nd., U. S. Naval Air Station.-People are dead, urged to destroy all expired red or first for two years. The money will
hla-l nve at the same address. thousands are homeless, and crop' and property dainalge is estimated blue ration stamps.. These s"p go into he 'General ReVenue Fund
"Print plainly the names and as a result of floods in t he central west, caused by days of, endless should not be given to anyone, but from which $2,000,000 will be apbirthpiaces of all persons covered iin. This is a street scene in Pe ru, Ind., where the Wabash River s defIltely torn up or burned OPA Propriated for old age pensions and
by the application.- Do not list out of its banks. points out that every expired stamp for distr bution among
persons in the armed forces. Be is potentially a means of evadingg counties to aild local governments,
sure tht the names of .all family regulations and obtaining fopd for venor Hollandsays thi tax
inembers who are entitled to a ra- OPM ISSUES USED FURNITUREsale at retail without exacting illbe the only wartime emergency
tiond ook are listed. R ING AGAIST TO COME UNDER points. In other words, it contri- levy necessary to carry the State
'"Every application must be-signed PLEASURE DRIVING! PRICE REGULATIONS butes to higher prices and to need- thequgh the next two years
by the, person, usually the head of------ less scarcity of food.
the family, to whom the ration -NOI The Office of Price Admintistra- Sugar For Canning ALLIES CONTINUE
ooks are to he mailed. The aigm- lon's program to bring used an re- Sugard forthoe canning can b AT#TAKS ON DEFENSES
er$ name is required at -four dif-. Non-ssential -lcondiloneo. furniturne and other used 'o'btained by using stamps 15 and 16O
reit places on the application.oods der in Warition jBook One instead of Continuing/ attacks on invasion
Application blackss are being not placed on the states pf North new over-all- regulation won ap- stga allvic coupos as pre defeilses of Soithern Eirope i
placed in postboxes, are delivered Carolina, South Carolina, ogia ral at a trade etng Tuesday, vioqs}y announced by OPA. Eaci din Sadiia, Ialy, Sicly
andme and'da The eepeo thsl euigSalnasIay icl n
by carriers on all mail routes, one and Florda. Thp peqpleoof these a 18 .ttenided by 23 industry stamp is worth 1lve pounds. Con i COMMAND ON ATTU Pantelleria, Allied aircraft destroyto each home, and ar5e also irail- states may be able to prevent the representatives from- different parts interswho reikhtmate than tai ed 340Axis planes daring the eek
l:nTi riire ia
al eta general delivery awido isl necessity foi thisban by voluntarily of the country, mainly the eastern poppds pd totteikr or ca t n wiff A a i nris und esdu.rigbo he wee.
y Distribution of the blanks is sched- e eliminating all nn niessential driva section. a py N heir locai Waroie and g c hee s ares. More than
bled to be completed June '5. Ing. You can save us. fromt having QiPA was commended at the meet- Rati n Boards for additional allow. Eugene M. Landrum, whi isn' com- three hunildred Flying Fortresses,
banF ut onuin our driin bysl es.n n, orsein o rngtisue
When filled out, the card must be ban pt on our driving by abidin, ig- for asking to bring this usd a mand of all U. S. Army Troops on bombers and fighter bombers atmailed before June 10tto the state under the Gsen- Ue- Inne Tubes Ration'Free the Aleitian Islandof Aftu, accord- tacked and strafed nine separate
ded efoe Jue 1 tothe tat -Price Control c rial 1?laimmin Price -feaulation, psn '-mailing center whose address is ri fra iiPr o Used inner tubes for Passenger Ing to an announcent Y Sec o area Sardinia ad wrecked 12
ready printed on thetieverse side of Courts are Providing support for under an improved form of price car or truck tires can now be pur : War Henry L. Stinison last week. ships round the coastline of the
War; Price an" RainigBars onrl
the card. They require a 3-cent dnd Ratpnig -ors contolwithout a ration certificate. General Landirum commanded in island,
stamp. Cards should not be taken The number of con ictions for price A tentative draftof the proposed It is estimated that here aiiabout e Andreanot Islands and prepared "Reports indicate 15 more cny tooalan.cotrol and rationing vilatiois ew regulation for a group. of used 705,000 used passenger dar tubes and his forces for the Atu assignment. ships were snk a damaged in the Distribution of Boak III to those roerchandis'e lines has len prepar- 225,00 used-truck tubes now'idle in This photo was madewhen he was Sunday4fondaY assaults, bringing
ho hdr s eoe a le or the, Getting Caught el, although all of the articles to be dealers' stocks. All rationing regu- a rigadie eneraL the tt.
hoseoler wo apl i o hm oalt
ill' begin about June 20 and ill Sooner or later youL will be e ght controlled by it have not ief been lations have been removed on used ---- Civilians are being evacuated from
if Yo are bvioaain June 2We ran 1 C b
be completed in August. f ou are violation any of the re- finally selected. It is Iproposed 19 tubes to help conserve the supply o- lir. and !Mrs. Eugene Williams, f Caaria, Sarcdinia, Sicily and from
onine program. This is a warn- have these rticoles sold at maximum new oes. T B Rhio[diani ave b the tests coastal towns on the Italian peninMiamia whov haebenthWuet
betterr be careful liid, Stop prices that l be specified per- t-a ula.
violating. Your neighbor iows centages of the prices for the arti tationing- of six types of stoAs jMrs -Curtis, for t past tgro Destruction of the entraipd JapSPuI S toomuch about you Be sure your cles when new, if the new article is (including laundry stovees, but ex weeks, aN lea in on Fridhy fs o anese troops on Attu Island continGIVEN PUPILS F -violat ions -\v1ll find you aee g at t w Ih are ling on ri d for
MIS DIKER h h d Y illBe u sle:t ay.. Oherisesp precluding water bxeaters) will beInl Rochester, Minn., z!where Mir. Wil- nes, and according to a 'late report,
S MIvS DICKERT hen theyid You ill Be Sorry. percentages of 'prices of similar ar- late in June. They include coal orl ester the lay attempted enemy counter strokes J.,
im is aoii atemte enemy counte stroke
30ss Mildred( Diqkert' presented tides are to be employed. ; wood, oil, and gas heatin ste or Clinic. The Williams' two little air iet alost complete isa
p... F S r -y os Th Twelve two o 1( ,Ja-panese twinIer piano and voice pupils ii a r peiic rgutions alrea coal or wood, oil and gas cooking girls ae einig here ith theirout of
effect provide d(311arsa hiang -here ith t ei ne bemberswihatmtdt
"Musical Tea," -Wednesday after- HOLD CONTESTS effect provide dollars and efrt ceil stoves. After the plan becomes et- grandparents. engine bomber' which attempted t
noon, at the home of Mrs. Eustis ings on seven 'lines of used imer- fective, ou must have a purchase raid Amnerichn positions on Attu IslBlair. Several members of the band Futue Farmer America of t cha dise, namely: Ties ai tribes, certificate from your ratio board. and were destoyed by 6 Lightning
interspersed the program with in- S-ate District lumberr Three held household mechanical, to buy- a stove., 'rtifieates will be Fighters .which intercepted them
strumhental solos. their district contest at the school Tpewriters, vacumt cleaners and issued on tht basis of need. far froi the b-attle one. -Two
Those taking part in the program buildiM g iiNMonticello on Friday, atrtac its, egg cases and4 lamtd- Meat Processed Witouit Points A cohim, 'de d -to the Ameriean planes were reported lost. were: Jeanette Folsom, -Marianne May 21. nent parts -metal coil and flatbed- Farmers and consuniers ara per- interest of Jefferson Coumty
Morris, Janet Weliner, Bletsy Bird, Entering the, contest were teams spripgs, and doinestic washing -ma- emitted to have meats and fIte qmnic. Wildlife and its preservation PRJSaTTER[AN CHURCH
fromE LTcilla Lak City, Grevle ,chines. PIE13TIRA CHURCH"
Charles Dean, Steve 'Walker, Mary Auci, LaeCity, Greenvill chines ed, cured, rendered, frozn, pa *******- **-.Robert T. ale, Minister
.. ........ .............. Ro er T.m W allaceMinister
Catheritne Blair, Phy Thompson, El- Brandford, Lake Butler, Jasper and -aged oi otherwise processed, Ed te y 'F. Carroll --eanor Folson, Sharon Blair, Mrs. HilUard. recent OPA amendment to ationing ..May 30, 4943.
mei obigaion tOthms~lve'a Winoners wee ait"ouno Jo Watson, Joyce Cooper, Evelyn s we e ioun a la CeL OSHOI o regulations. -No points need to be The following take from Florida (hurch chool, 103( A. Ml., Curry
Blair and Margy McClellan. .COSIG EXERCISES transferred but the processor must Times-Union, issue of May 23 il L Bassett, superintndent.
Light refreshments were- served tary Proceduresl aken City 1, Ast; 1hditrAu- keep adequate records. be of interest to all Sportsimen. We -Morning Worship, 11:30. Spe ial
cello, 2nd. a mo nicah rer u~ nill The;.d ...ll Sc o lh l is*
following the program. Miss Dick- cila aoica, re ad Frida must watch our st. It music by the Juior Choir.
ert was assisted by hr mother Mrs. 1st; Branford 2nd. String B-and, of the closing exercises, Sunday won't do for us to select this time to Young Peoles groups, 7 p. m.
r~~~j~~~y wo~~~'t.eor is tow slec thsie to YrngPep' gru,7P.m
B. W. Dickert from Daytona Beach, Lake Butler. Public Speaking, Jas.. night. Rev 'Philpot of Monticello LAW ENFORCEMENT 'take a nap" just, when other states Tues'day, June 1, Circle No. 1 will
and Mrs. Blair. per 1st; Hilliard 2nd. preached the hacalaureate sermon. meet ith Mrs John Cureton at
Future Farmers also held their Class -night will be held Thursday iIS ad tes g f
1 -1 1 up. *:1 P* i .
s sub-district contest on -he preed- evening, Miay 27. i Law ero nt officers of 'Wen sdayJune1,5FrayrSer
ng tFriday, with ,Aurila Tinning in / Commencement exercises are fourteen and West Wedat n-.ym.
.....tieolcingnoeta O T EA T 1 n "*vie t 8 .fi
HI EALTHI NOTES the uartette ad parliame.tary pro- scheduled for Friday evening at Florida.. attendestheb second Quar- WILDLr0FE G bUP a e t Sm
cedure; Greenville winning the har- .30 vith Hon. J. Colin Englis de- terly 'Conference for Peda e Officers .SLATES M(yTING EPISCOPAL CHURCH
F.A BikDretr_--monica contest and -Jasper leading livering the address. L. -G. Morris, at the -Florida Theatre in- Tallahas- Th-e...HlJhsn-Rco
in public speaking. chairman of the -Board of Public ee on May 13. These conference eAtlanta, May 22.-The outheast e
SHORT MEMORY Instruction, will present the diplo- ire being held at the specific direc era Association of Game a nd Fish There will be no services in
isWlim .T mo of; mans to six 'seniors. Their names tiorn of President Roosevelt who Admiistrators ad& Federal~ ame itist e Church a Sunday, May 30
there oartioln tthatelvse t tke, as -ben sedo are: Miss Aarjory Norman, Miss foresaw the great, advantage of mo- officials, -embracing 10 States will
ther oligtios t thmsevesandCouty.Sheha ee pniElaine 13ishop, Miss Louise Hagan, -bilizing -th~e forces- of 'all law en- meet May 252, President F. :I~ar-:to the national welfare.After 'for- several days wth friends in 'Mont Mr. -Harr Fol Mn t
getting" to come for-treatment they cello, and-oalso with her husband's T reade llo Mr. Tommy fo n bod in thugioities h e oian isonow todat. mt ke
mut e einedthoghth cpt.paens M. ndMs.W.H Thom-; Re-ama. -of spies, fifth columnists and stib- rapid strides ini game- .andi fishS
Resort to "The Law" is distasteful son, near -Waukeenah. -Everyone is cordilly Invited to versive" groups, and in -coordinatinig wokk," Dearman said, 'A"nd -the
but it serves the best inter-et of the B and unifying the efforts of all game administration, of the Smith- wsual hrc a
vic im nd he ubl c. -pol ce.eas~ ar 'al beh nder100 p r n. "m- pale on ntr St .
,aenereal patients should look Div----- _____---- ---___ __ -juing' the morning a -full length -Georgia Wildlife Director Charles welcoined Lrkin Hundleyi back
iportantf'thananyetinelsn en ot '--Nmovie was shown because of its im- N. Elliott will discuss management into active membership at the Wed9 E *portance as -an educational guide of -wild life resources now and in Prga K himnElo oe
something to be put off until the in the conducting of investigation the post-war period. nea Kiwnis meeting. It Js
last. affecting the internal, security. - Another subject of particular in- called on Larkin to discuss his ex-Officers attending enjoyed a fsl- terest to the States o be discussed perences in the American Field
FILTHY FLIES fry sponsored by the Sheriff's Of- is participation in the Fedetal Pitt- Servce in North Africa. Larkin
-" l ice of Tallahassee and -the FRI at man-Robinson Act fu id under said he sailed from Boston on .the
In sp It of redoubled effort on the noon which States obtain financial assist- Queen Mary in November, 1941,
part of the health unit, flies have Following the luncheon a short ance for their wildlife and conser- along with some 8t,000 troops.
been all too numerous. Do you like business meeting was held during vatin programs. The first stop was at Rio, the next
them? Are you willing to annoy which subjects of national import- The fund is built up by a 10 per at Capetown where he disembarked
and endanger your neighbors? Of dancee were discussed in connection cent tax on ammunition used for and, after about a week, arded a
course not. Then be careful to pro- with the prblms of police officers hunting and is p bak to Ndafter w i a
video no fly breeding places. of a nation at war. States which have legislation en- troops for Suez. After a week there
Flies breed in stable manure, de- Chief of Police Alfred Foster and a'bling participation. IGeorgia re- he went to, Syria and thence to
caying vegetable material, garbage, Dr. F. A Brink represented Jeffer- cently enacted such legislation to Tobruck arriving about a month
trash. We suggest, we recommend, son County at the conference. free its share of such funds held in before the fall that city. He told
we urge everyone to examine their Washington. vividly of being bombed while
premises with care -and make sure The Rev. J. Hill Johnson with Other discussion topics include transpot ing oun ed hslThestRev.ion.aHillmJohnsonnwithftransporting wounded British aol-<
there is no accumulated refuse that ABOLISHING 'RIGHTS' Mrs. Johnson and their cousin. Mrs. construction acol maintenance of diers and recounted other haircan harborr and fteflmgot tring xprecne.Hi talk wasr
ican harbor and fatten 11y maggo It E. J. Brown, left on Thursday for fish ponds, coastal fishing developtakes them only a few days to make Washington, D. C.-Soundphoto-Offici::1 O.W.I. Photo.-Sec. of State ment and control. sc
. Puna Gord, Fla., .where they ar ttsi h soitore eGo-most interesting "and club members
their growth and crawl off into the Cordell Hull and Chinese Ambasador Wei Tao Ming at the State De- pa o her e e States in the association are Georplanningriatotmakecrtheirapermanenta hope to hear more about 'his thrill- .:
ground where they sprout wings apartment exchanging ratificationsof the treaty abolishing extra terry gia, Florida, the Carolinas, Virginia,
- and take flight to your kitchen and toral "rights" of the-United Statesin -China. The treaty provided that home. Kentcky, Tennessee, Mississippi,
dining room. it becomes effective at the time of this change. BUY U. S. WAR BONDS Alabama and Louisiana. BUY U. S. WAR BONDS
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The Monticello News, Monticello, Fla., -.Friday, May 28, 1943
Wh'sNe sAs Axis Troops Surrendered to Allies Best of Care
W ho'sRE N ew .. .....................
This W^eek e
By 1400
0+0 W~~r oelc Released by Western Newspaperni.j
ConsolidatedFeatures-WNU Release. ByVIZGIN3 A
skip and jump that carried thee a s
amphibious forces of Rear Admiral LA willingness to return......
RA eso screen in order to play "Smit
Hre'sSailor Who Rsle "Cry Havoc" indicatestha
he picture wilell es
Quite Well Knows of Guadal- ..................... ...tepcuewl elyb oe
His Turb~uent Sea canal, they S peak American, thing special. Absent from iare tha t etrre since she m esisted
much nearer Tokyo and the day o~f .. ~. ......... L~ y Strees, since9, she' madsed all
r~ ~ eckoning which the admiral has ....... -r efforts to~ lure her jin front of th
been helping to shape since Pearl By Lui ass n caerason Mer Oreinngav illes
Weatre-Through special ran ementa
Turner~~~ hsset1yerontewtWma'.ts H Compaion. uneasy, untrustworthy bosom of the
sea since he finished Annapolis in All over the world, the American
1908. He w married t years soldier likes a joke, even when war
wae, ohs wieha ee nv puts him in a field hospital. To
wio l ater s hf he bien He nav keep him happy, the Amnerican Red
57 wid solos half th ime Hed ias Cross girls of the hospital, recrea5or7 i reolna.aDMan a tio~n groups help a lot. I was the
Four yeas ag. thhedmisol
had~~~~~,m afae coelok't oy
hdh a helps oo t cheokyu Primary concern of medical corps- "I'd give a month's pay to talk. to an Amerian girl," confidedone q
>~day an Aiierican task force goes lien aod e of v Fromisth
boiling past Bosoj'peninsiila. He lie n helt ofshipmates. Frmconsolate boy. "This morning when
was a cruiser captain then, and C5overe by a Shermani tank, German~ prisonlers 'prepare to move on the instant a manl falls until he is ~sepdu ~'na'iteFed
the cruiserhad just borne home after surrender thmselves to Allied forces in North Africa. A short borne ashore he gets the best of care number and said, 'Bonne jawe.r,
all that was mortal of the late time later al organized. enemy resistance ad cqeas~ed in all sectors, a1nd that science ean proide. Thlis 'ma-cmmntaee vsebiee
Abassador Hioh atdead anetmtdttlo 5,0 emnadItaliantop ha entae ie wounded in a raid, is being would treat me that wa~y."
ithe United States. The em- prisoner together with their commander, Col. Glen. Juergen Von Arniim. carefully removed from a subrna, It~s being unable to make themperor shook Turner's hand and Va st quantities of guns and 'war material of all kinds were captured. rine hatch. ~le nesod sex over there that's one om theA
but' didn't add that his fingers MARGAR 1 hrettina o oi~slde n4ET SULLAVAN
were crossed .against December Was Da on AfLmchitka J~sand Vitains for Victory North Africa, I found. I'interpreted oeoa Crwodlfth
7, 1941. r Ja orne
Alrad Tune ha snard ..for an hour, and' a half to a 2Frenchi because this would have beenhr Sfor an Amerin office Hi third successive war picture,
courtss somewhat. His were thr tactics were Anglo-Saxon directness, ishe felt that the.' role assigned
plans oni which our invasion of h drs were Gallic evasion. At the was't satisfactory.
fHnd of that time the gentleman had
he would catch the Jaais npigno idea whether the lady-.:a
there and' he did. The first co amued or e l contemptuous. Hollywood's best oriental a
unoye meeussppie efr flatly' refused to' portray Japans
unloaded ii~n, guns, supplies befor~This incident gives you, only a des oDrco ih~
the'o enemyn sea foc disovre "coora, soldieReiCrs hpitrsy s a Dietor Rihar Wl
the nestly sea-forcehdiseofeietywhaE slight idea of the vried ways that lace got the Japs for da a
was up. we Red Cross recreatson woers
Later, when we lost four cruisers, tio r minor roles in "Bombardier"
i! further~~~~~~tr toa ke oug~t!reesuseul......oe: .. ,
the issue was nip-anid-tck hut then the mans bo. eamed ithe
wet alasbveeThere ws a rumor that a very se prolem inare RBeon the '
wsgreat American geral had ad the
Warships wth their sampans down yearingobelawoa.d neverl"hauhtiang Sun."
a.err an om h e u ar,
anb h afer t even ereao agreed that mxee up tawr
Tl but after he saw what Red Cross Fred Girmann, character act
t tr 'or.s accomplished i En nd has an odd reason for, wanting ::m
STOEWAL JACSON was only he definitely wanted asthem infca war to end. have't ben u
: ~~~~~~~a actolrs gfomir thfrtew~dd.
hin his late thirties when he was and ight away. azi s ni s p
giving lessons to arthritic generals ls sebve toC ths" h
Greete be y Slirs.~ SlLser:poucr f:!''~
When ourRed, Cross group ocked chot Tone and Anne Baxter,i
Russ. Boy WodrShrdnii~ North Africa on thea firstestnny
Wondywas still day wehdhdefr, twonyh e rne, laet
In Class of Our younger ay were hadehady st ionfhwe
when his. Bobby Zavattaro, five year old wl se m of tel 'u'l "e ofptu caste
rid ackson cm fr m ttl t seoldratio"
Ol fr husky who was crowned "child, s pcocrtoe healierb e. i
leather cavalr as e Grant's health e N Yk has tk methey cried as they "T Co spiators"e" aunceme
.~g m ew or, as n had in London~ where~ the 'h eCnpiaos;dlm
tRussi to farming. Here he is
work. Nowped us in tdea t thans for P oSG
Sheridan, younger than Jackson, uy washing machine oi Achitk island-our newly acquired lng on his plot (in soil box) on the nhe e street and Hlmu Dantie all
islandsaisfieditand onlysoon'fAidutSocietyuriear t! Pe me! twang.
Konstantin Rokossvsky climbs to leutian il base-gets a rush of worsperousnot oof of them Children's Ad wte hrome t hea leading roles. AnnSherida ah
full generalship over crumpled Gathered around, washing, hoping and kibitzing are, left tob right, nPa stAsknwere wachldeae dov f ed m
buldngpwer resomehi 20e chlee ars ple of a v3taryn Fre ose ndr- laigfmnn oe
Nazi armies.. Duale, Warronsville, Ohio; Albert Kordyak, Chicago, ll.; John Wilson, raisin vegetables for vitamins and ligiolns who had learned AmericanrBaltimore, Md.; Emerson Magleton, Cleveland, Ohio;'and Anthony SalIn' theirys iw js ou the wing Jan Culhon, four, lends q isms fast, held up, two fingrs in Bill Stern, hose "News of
Inthefirstweekofthewarhe____________Newark,_._J._helpinghand the Victory salutation, hoping this D6ay" newsreel is a favoritewih
rosefromcoloel t maor-gnera. wold bingthemn chocolate and moviegoers, is happy because no
This beas of Wa heady stubborenigy, beogs oh
rofse that soalld wrtheat F. CVeso ee can maha predictions on inth ai
fen e s ed the Best ner F'Some faceswore l expres- DHis NBC Sports Newsreel hasbe
Thi m ajoite Distiguieady Stubbo witDhCh rchll FnalItWe bagoos,' sutel he- pnte N.1/oesapnapif
blitz for a month back of Smolensk.I'sos yie.b n-aSauc~ eaue''n' ,e
Tcen weross ater one wusetripe. He-mn !;s m stifed as ours, women'u o a Sudage eaurs,ad she fhest that
ans west lterohe eonge an l- forms, but whn iwe came closer 'a even an tepert couldn't predict the
borde. Nowterbo se andw g- thlight broke through. "Voila Laroix Outcome of the following Satur y's
bowed the Germns so solidly that" os,.te hue nhsatcl games without stickig his chin out
Stli movedas himranmn upu aththeRug, teysouedethsisicl
ain mo hin no "iv a Croi oge." Imaine Now he's broadcasting on Fria
before ls y ear's Glerk n........ what a thrill that gave us, which is better
n lastered r .bleavk theent First RedCross Club in Africa, ~dnId4
n beed des kn Wa s tn, buto heon a t very nigh d s ip, aned our iAlbert Parker was a noted B en
one Jst hesam h waale ha vey igt we "telor, until he lost his eyesight seve
toe. pust 0 ans, hewa ae first American fRed Crss club inth
o'ut 2o acting d ,0t00e r alney North Africa. Only a fe w hours years, ago as a result oanaut.
o t h o a r ok ee a o N e a t b e f o r e i t h a d b e e n a b a r n dik e n t g u e b ite e ma cpi dwt R e r le p o ira
ThisayearpheebrokehtheBuazisshipy rds Su automobile showroom a But Al Fink, F rank Tuttle, p hooting a street se n
Stalingrad.' r S rage for "Hostages," deci
His employment of cavalry has "",to use a blind man with'a seeing-ey bee noabe ad ncewasinpird.of our enterprising fil diHrthtctors, 'i
been notaIle and~ ~ as in~pire. ~ ""'~'had worked such wondesth~ r Ths as wenhenhe. 'osak~'played the piano for the solier to e, whothus, for a, brief, time, wl
in massed raids behind the Germansn er n ~b ilo*,"e, once more take part in the inakingo
rear, 'a disruptive, triumph in the tisg suhere isne bohburme t,"Ge a motion picture.
great -tradition begun by Greek Phil- hsws~ rnAges o
ip and Alexander and kept going by Thi our, in Orakahnre Alona's Benewat
Parthian Surena, Roman Belisanius '*..Nmany days after ortroops an- first -hired M oerws h
and, t skipa I t, of enturis andnived. Since then inour Oran i m Pexan byma whe te
and; ~b skip,, a 1 t<~p! venturies andclub hundreds of men have lasPn n hmswe h
alot of good cavalryen Sheridan fon ahm aa rn. began making pictures for, Para
and Jeb Stuart, another boy wnndepr' homed "aI adione 'awa th fpao m outnal he e g

The~ Moticell News, Motclo vi.,Fiday, May 281943
Smart Hats Are Being Made of Ph
Seimoil ISeersucker and Other Cottons
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HE trouble about seeing bott
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sides goforyoufor being ont the
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4..:.. It's true thiat you can dalote
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Children Need Good, Children's Party Menu trouble imae sr
Wholesome Foods It my not be possible to find
*Salmon Timbales on Toast FIRST-AID thie perfect girl, but there's a lot
At Their Parties Rounds to the o u ntehnig
Celery Hearts
AILING HtrSp Well, we've certainly got the right maCarro ~Sh t r e n tei for making at new world. The old
* O r ae e J u c w i h O a g n a s fJ a sh io n e d o u t of c h a o s .
*eut uueer Cookies _The man who sits down to wait
*Recipes' Given, fo~r Opportunity to appear should
by Roe Bgs 1 '
aRogn put a good cushion in the chair.
custard cups. Bake in .a pan of hot Roer B3 whitman-WN Fe~tires. A compromise is what 'twop
water in a moderate oven (350 de- tgple arrive at to teir mutua ism~old on toast~ rounds, garnish. with ar Gof whaet youi hae ...a ell asYO When you~ have a~ bad neighbor,
par-sley and serve. osbycn T~hiscolumni by the homeown. one' who~ just doesn't get along
Few children would pass with you despite your' every e-delicious cheese n bread dish-it's Painting Fire Escape fot os'strahrrasr o
delicious and goo for them, toot whnyufndotta -i ur
estin I~ aa~,e fre ec e 'rls with all the other neighbors,
(ees 6)~e platformis which we s sporches ouu ~~r
3 eggs, separated'
have o pant thm, bt thepain
1hcup chtp cheese
aa coat of bet bridge paint andh then
lePatitresI mem'l u a coat of, best u stdor green hpait dThe color of, light ismoreght
Sipl rti es Whel mw0k! paste I tablspoo bute
In notim .rstegan tcshow.WhIat 'less stumu n to human eeuscuneice witteir rund dacan I useo th'atwile lastr e ar activity, says Collier's. Tests:
lot toward laying the foundations Beat egg yolks until lemon col-' swer:Pait. is'apt to chips ifhen s
ttheisocial success. Watch them od. C0ok cheese, bread 'rms .
ejoypaying host ad hstess as m btt the' metl ha many coats of paine soislormalat ar a of 100
ilk, batr an salt oe low h onV it. :f this is the c remove unaderz artificial h hi ht u ins ed stirring constantly. Addbeatn egg the pait do to the e metl. creates to 104 under blue llu
ow do you rate with your young- Yolks. Fold in stiffly beaten 'whites. Tt n be nation, 1 under green, 1m30 under,,
generations? Are you content Pour Oito a wlgreaed casserole. th When the metal i ea ellow,159"under range-and87 keepthem clean, gget them Bake at 350 degee for 35 minutes a f of rust, apply a coat of f tob r ad, give them some or until inserted knife out good' quality 'dred la, allowing ato o
extra orndwhenfthey need- it clean least a week f:r thorough drying. -..
SEnglish- or math? An aternoon par mrenu may o nOE se
Yes, that in itself is a big job, so ity lo1r: paint the kind used for Soe
b are doing a big job if you Deviled Egg YadCheese porce you are not- familiar ...gci.aA .......
ave that part in smooth, running Sandics. o[ o t ,-.
,orer. -Notice, I didn't sayr whole 3 h i44booked egg someone with, experience toddo thish~tl~ain4r~as
- because unlhe you provide for 1 I blespoon dry mustad part of her job. blouses, pinafores and sunbonnlets is' iLver r .
health rerato an ply the Ever G.rI s t e atmg ~
elh'ecryaa gan 'prla e an2 teaopon salt Oi Buer Fainish no news, but gi ha, chintz, ..a.nom
Wadsntettisn hi ly sglice I teaspoon wrce seconire sauce 'ustion: An oil b u ud in by, seersu cer, and ahst o o the reason hywntheyf saying in
an start in life. 6 slices ,butteredi whole wheat a -living-rom has a darkbrow, cottons are ,also being miade up into fashin circles that "gigham girls great.-Ben Jonson.
future Americans must be a so- bread ha, ad a sookse dusmty. the-choies ewof millinery' confeco 'ill be belles themmer eaca as well as business success 3 wafertin slices o~f Swls-y Wat kid paint ra I use oni is newstts big rnews. son ah long atchng gloves com-DO
toe be wholesome cheese thaco will bo glossy ad not so much This use of- humbl cottonsby mil- pwet mnt the bonet with high dra. ON'T L
~ ~ Watercress of~ a dust catcher? lner is abo the most exciting, Here is a twosome'tha, has charmprepae the, child Dill piclates Asw The or nre he t wako thns Thai, nteening sW pu reo uit, a thnk a supeCOS TIA O
for this, ou ns tre yopahavint SLOW YOU UP
oy~ia 1~1rrust Cu eggs, crosswise, and, into knsopain t withstand thie ion world today. Addto tAhis 'pro- ple gin4ghaml) did it! And,4 woul you ~eLlr~be iaan oa
with hm mwith halves Mash yoks and bend with he owd er tlu ggsl gis pha ttons o this tie fac e eved i, i.llITiners are eve using 0 When bowels a s
br .and rec- fetel, llosing aesthyd ea, seillion
a sia use a s salt and worcestr i pain wk into it' but because of the !thatgloves, bags and neckwear are mattraess ticing forwia houthhestsies that. hold
maynna e ton a oule wet- her at chewrn, Nes UnE, 1 wrs eelpinobetes hihchreline ow othe sthmoderhn'ni'd or" ,I =
bre sau, mixing well. Fill the whites. priorities, it may be difficultto sob- made of the sam maerials', and maee spell-bound eau ir cewinm atv Simply chew
- and that means, Cut, egs into thin slices and ar- tain.4 An~other is thd black finish that you will agree that these new and. novelty and teir air of'ighi-syl IaN--MN ~before you 'go to bad,
an occasionalntz sm s ar ddin g a d i i n accord with package
pnvte ouhghat egg slices with cheee and a second use, the first step~ msbeti hor- thiln chpter toth current style For the neat littl ~postiin and drcin-sepwtout ein i3~sinvit youngerpie C4inhalvetanhI other Smnart sui mn ghentle, thorough
inds o the child is -at ease n pice of read. ough cleaning of surface with sto. The s postillion madee f n I avy r brightcol reief, h y f
garnish with watercess an dill something that 'wl tak off 'the re- glazed chintz bow t theg le'ft be- se tod s e an
hisre' a hosti 'exhoteme t atpikles mains of the finish:; a 'solution of low proves that nihrcntz n~or, ored shantungs- sucsfly 4ev- n cnmclAgnru aiyspl
There's a crtain -xcicement at P-'1 A. citru~s fruit drink is refreshing, three pounds of washing soda in a for that ma~tter', any other cotton, statiiW little veil gie e ifeminine ssol
aythilrnd pate 'ih toeasip- finel forn able'n anp yeun sairits accent.lon FMINT~l
sestertmis and the aes fn okeigup ogspt gallon of water, for an example, fol. from henceforth can ae regarded -as iYou are apt to see most remarkthei~ti~n~es, our-busy at play dur- l~owed1 by thorough rinsing. belonging exclusively to the dlecora' et'{
ihnwoeoeforather -than in at ietor or to the designers of houlsecoats'henw nsml -uc otn
partifled." dishe' which- wlli upset Kelthfa-and pinafores as we have bean led &ht a'hre Wta ptn
them even more. You'll find co- Q lorot to, bein.-- li ms paigh ere mhade 'of -the samea check or
operation from o ther mothers if you juice plus valua- trimmed with flowers as~ you se~e and -~ ~ o ig
thmkobo il'oe le vitamin Cby squieezing it only adding lon~g~ gloves to pitup ah perhaps abenofcloorggtig to make~her children at ea ste. ~ evig ohv cild- costume, 'certainly mark~sthe dawnhn orwr-hve yu
d ary-sh ors, Habt'ke Anther cotton designed to go to Anoth'er cotton that clicks in milto the sensible on 'the- food. l-ae nery -is white organdy. Lo-tads of
table favors, of c ~ourse, -for this -yu -head is simple, ordinary ser- ognyfills' and pleatings 'nd Keep the Battle Rolling
carries out the theme and -the chil. sucker. Wh~n plaidco~tton seersuc -1 rche are mnase on as attractivean
ran- adore it. It stimulates -con- arppears. as a stovepipe'hat flaunt- sum er hats as~ on may ever p Witht War Bonds an crap
versation and keeps> things: going to see' aTa~in so~a ~~ ~he ensembl6 ide*s~ casoothly.' ta'ed above one beisto ses awhatth f im
orerie orgnd 'it organdy ,t frillsnan
Fresh salmon steaks m~ay be used wehv enmsig~ a*'tee 0vs or perhaps ajb t-oth' MEDICJEDSoteicofsml
for in' this 'recipe. Serve-it on small posblte A -ha Thent -ine' wasiiteab AODRO f.lye (}Wcin, ev
toast -rounds and the children will ri- hich up.. to~ this sesnw a5en sdifetv an vestl FAIL Udaper rash, hea ra
adr *it: Tmals hre~hr thought belonged only to a workay
*Salmo Timbles Whree th''e are doors children wold ways all through the -hat programm. ___________will swing on~ them, hence the sag. dSame oart, indeed, arepotltepiu
Phoo emnsraesthe method of gloe ae thoer aih)oalr with pique flowers.Tiycl
eggs, slightly beaten plin P hot e w~rier in takring' the glov sati loeoih)o pts formed 'of -pique petals, .with
2 : (us ere 8)milkn~teiedr ~ gingham with bands' of dainty bead- gtytrnis-pst"hd
2: cps mlk4sag out' of 'a door. spihl inafiig ofn stache wihpir-$6 -.,
'1-cup bread crumnbs oing rntouhwhnro que, als hold interest.
3/2~ teaspoon salt" Noise Between Rooms bnand yu will hav d iscoveredi Released b Western Newspaper uon.
-'-2 tablespoons chopped pimento Q uestioA: I ,have a mean prob- '1 pound salmon, flaked -lem: Two bedrooms- with a connect- -,~, Tes~tm fe
I teaspoon paprika ing doo. In one beclrom two peo- Ne'w DiL-Lfer'rs Ths tm fe o
2talspoons shiorning Wholesome drinku w~ith A 'party plesl aeep, adone person in the oth- 'SomtigNwi ure
1.tapooinjieair is this cool'ilss of orng juice er. It seem-s that no matter howhn Nwi.Pre
toast rounds topped prettily with orange sherbet, "loW the' two,-people think they- are -,The 'white ,plastic' handbag is.
-Parsley decoraed 'sprigs of mint and whole talking it 'disturbs -the person in the tnyes.As tl~o te show th arious

THE S M TICELLO NWS ially if it is from a soldier's own
THE,_l__. _ll _r M NI WS hole towi. Yet only those who rePUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY ain behind can exercise that pow- IT IL C Y A
E E E RI DA ... a power that more than any- Cf
MONTICELLO ADVERTISER thing elsp, keeps at the proper fightEstablished 1869 ing edge themor of the brave
M'. ONT ICELLO CONSTITUTION and ...... '-- "- . ..
EsOTaCELLO e 1873TITUTIONhero who went forth to fight and Established 1873
C a e t.. give his life that we who are at A
Changed to y[ 1
MONTICELLO NEWS-1903 home may be happy and free and
03 live abundantly.
NATIONAL EDITORIA l- Seem.ingly what an insignificant
!i~letrilein ilself,;bUt what treASSOCIATION .FOR SALE-La rge home; 5 bed.............. ........
niendois'power 4t bears with itD rooms, 2 baths; several acres of
_ __erely a small ihought-bearing .N I VE A land, located in Monticello .-If you
_ __untycard here, and the conquering T are interested in bu ing a real ar..~. FE~NYgain, see or wr te R' E. Kestner,
WILL H. BULLOCH. zip and,courage o a lion over there. FOR TEIE Tallahassee, Florida 541-3t
Don't forget to write often,"' anc FOR ---- ----------Editor and Proprietorstill oftner UGHTS FOR SALE Standard Royal typeDO() b LLOCH . .l. . with "everybody doing it" nobody's
Bill will have to ask anybody's Bob
The Official Paper of Jelferson to let him read one of his letters to tificate. See Mrs.\Arh Lacy Box
County and the Town of Monticello. make "distress disanpearffrom his 7 eenile, s. A L ,
,,e G v Fla. 2tp
Entered at Monticello Post Office fce."as Mail matter of the Second Class IN THE CIRUIT GOURT OF THE
News Building Dogwood Street Leonard Carroll,, AND CATTLE TO'
Withdrawal of the U. S. Legation Complainant,
SUBSCRIPTION,..RATES Staff froi Finland to Sweden will VS. DIVORCE.'
One Year -------------.-.$2.00 probably force the Finns to sever Roxie Carroll, MONTICELLO STOCK YARD
Six Months-------.--.--1.00 relations with Anerica or cease To Roxie Carroll, 'whose Residence Auction every Monday, and get
Three Months ---------- .75 fighting as an Axis partner. Photo -is Unkiowon:et e pai a l
shows Robert M. McClintock, U.. S. You are hereby required to per- ihest market prices.o Sale
In the Dewitt Mackenzie column Charge D'Affairs who iaine~i sonally appear before the above en- starts 2 1). m. Monticello Stock
titleds Court inaie thioutHos
il the Jacksonville Journal for April Helsinkititled Courtin the Cout House at Yards. J. M. awkinsMgr.
24, there was one paragraph in par- ,i Monticellp; Florida, on Monday the u
24,v ther N7th Z,6dayy 6 u e D 1 4 t
ticular that appealed to us. We. give etF h e a o da of neaint o a
it just as it appeared: "While we re est. Finally the lette.ess laid stop- divrce exhibited agais it there Issued the 7th day of Ailist A. D. As to Certificate No. 73:-Lot 33 on the subject of our boys' needs at ped in front of his friend and said, in' and the "Monticello News" a 19'98 has filc same in imy office; So. Pecan & Orchid Co. in Section ST APTIST CHURC Let me read one of your, letters, newspaper published in 'Monticello, has 'made application for a Tax 16, Township 2 North, Range 4 East, report. It hasn't to do with religion ed o d B designated as the newspaper in Certificates embrace the following As'to Certificate No 74:-Lot 160
but it's mighty close to it, for it re- e o up and ess mnun- which this order published described pi-perty in the County off So. Pecan & Orchid Co. in Section Suilda' SclAool-10:25 a. in.
lately disappeared front the face of regularly once each week -for four Jefferson, State of Florid to-wit: i 16, Township 2 North,' Range 41East, Morning Worshly-11:3a.n
recent trip in the war theatres I the other. Moral: Don't forget to consecutive 'wgeks. A s- to Certificate No. 63:-L 152 5 acres. Training Union--7-20 p. ai.
found rece t tie inrte w r tres Iwrite often." Witness the' Honorables I. C. So. Pecan* & Orchid Co. .in Se tionI The assessment 'of said property Eveni rship--8:30 .
undd that the morale of our troops .:"Will you let ae read one of your Love and W. May 'Walker, Judges 9, 'Township 2 North, Range*4 East, under said Certificafes issued was IS1i0 exact ratio to the frequency of ,,'as well as Clyde It Saulk, Clerk of 5 acres. in the name ofMabel V. Cok as to Prayer Meeting, Wednesdayi i e t a le tte s, B o b ? id these letters. If mails don't arrive, s Simle said Court -and the seal of said As to Certificate No. 64:-Lot 14 Certificate No. 63* D.aiy M. Revs 8:30 p. m.
theslttes aidon' a ,words,, indeed, were 'they. Still, Court at Monticello, Florida, this So. Pecan ,& Orchid Co. in Section as to Certificate No. 64; Unknown
volumes would be taxed to express 24th day of April, A. D. 1943. 9, Tonship 2 North, Range 4 East, as to Certificate No. 70; Bessie C. "I was sitting in the quarters of all they onfain. Boband Bill wer (I UIT COURT SEAL) 5 acres. Ramsey as to Certifiates No. 72 & CATHOLIC CHURCH
aLDE H. SAULS As to Certificate No. 70:-Lot 3601 76;: Catheryne M. Stillwell as to
a couple of young Yankee captains nt chums from the same home Clerk of Circuit Court for Jeffer- So. t4mean & Orchid co. in Section I Certificate No. 75; Fidelie Salyer as Mass next Sunday in the Catholic at one of our headquarters in the town,with many local interests coi son County, Florida. 15, Township 2 North, Range 4 East, to Certificate No. 73; Mary L. Selden Church will be at 11 o'clock.
Middle East. A limited'inail arrived mon to both, They were< simply John H. Shuman, 2%/ acres, as to Certificate No. 74.
and one of the boys got five letters, thrown together by the haphazards Solicitor for Complainant. 5-7-5 .As to Certificate No. 72:-Lot 100, Unless sajd Certificates shall be w e g e uryl t So. Pecan & Orchid Co. in Section! 'edeemed according to law, proper- METHODIST CHURCI
whie te ohergot'~ine.Thelucy o w~. Yf 'inyofl's ettr fom NOTICE OF APPLICAT7ON 16, Township 2 Nofth, Range ~4 East, ty described therein shall be sold to, .Ns hloMuti
fellow immediately plunged into anybody's home town was of ab- FOR T E acres. the higestbidder at the Courthouse E. Nash Philpot, Minister
his treasures and the other started sorbing interest to Bill just then. Laws of 1935 s to Certificate No. 75:-Lot 155 door on the first Monday7 in the
to pace the little room. I was com- What magic power a little card or So. Pecan & Orchid Co. in Section month of June, 1943, which is the Church School 10:30 A. M.
pletely out of the picture but la letter from the rhbme town can r Notice is hereby given that Ralph 16,Townshp 2 North, Range 4"East, 7th, day of June, 1943. Morning Worshp. 11 :S0o'clock.
watched velopments with inner wield a the front bt ekins, h older o Tax Certificates 5 aes. Dated this 5th, day of May, 1943. Youth Fellowship 7:00 P. M.
wwts espec- No. 63, 64, 70, 72, 75, 76, 73 & 74, As to Certificate No. 76:-Lots 267 (CIRCUITCOURT SEAL) -Ening Worship, 8:30 o'clock.
as 2 8 Run Clek CrcCX~ori oSA3L~roi Prayer Meeting, Wednesdby eve.. v 'lion 17, Township 2 'North, Range 4 Clerk Circuit Court of Jefferson
East, 5 acres. County, Florida. ning at 8:30 o'clock.
r .... ..
ANY men dand of GreyiW
essential service for our country.'
Count among, th'ese,-.Greyhound In- ;. "
formation Clerks, Telephone Ope- t _e a th
raptors and Baggage Men. They've th move-keeping service at the
taken over a big share of a big job peak with no let-down on courtesy
-and are going about it with' a zeal or cooperation.
that makes us proud. Day in and Greyhound, along with numbers of
day out these fellow workers demon- our patrons, know 'and appreciate ,.
i"strate the real spirit of our forces- the quality of their efforts. They Mlf$ ff'l
I-" the spirit that nothing is so impor- deserve and receive full credit for a
tant as keeping essential wartime major'part in Greyhound's contributravelers correctly informed and on tion to vital wartime transportation. :.
"?: I IN IS

Notice is hereby given that the fol Cowing described lands will be sold Noted A rtist Paints WarSR Acres Owner Cost
at public auction on the 1st. day of June, 1943, at Monticello, the County $A Esn oster Sl' of NEW4 of SWYA, N
of Jefferson, State of Florida to pay the amount due for taxes herein set of SE% of SW% ---- 7 1S 5E 40 H.E. Cook ---- 3.29
opposite to the same, together with all costs of such sale and advertising. W.. of SW Ex RR ---- 15 1S 5E 75 I. E. Cook----------- 2.84
Taxes Lot 17 Blk B Reams Add 22 1S 5E Cola Whitman ---------.62
DESCRIPTION S T R Acres Owner & Cost Lot 56 Blk D Villa Nova 22 1S 5E W. D. Reams ---------- .62
SW% of SW% --------- 2 1N 3E 40 W. G. Wheeler --------3.77 SE of NWW, NE% of
NE% of NE% ---------- 10 1N 3E 40 W. G. Wheeler 4.32 .SW% ---------------.... 24 IS 5E 80 T. A. Hauge ----------12.21
S/ of N/2- ------- 10 1N 3E 160 W. G. Alford 13.70 In N Pt of NW% DB LL
E4 ------------------11 1N 3E 480 Edna D. Bishop ..------ 24.42 394 ..------------..... 31 1S 5E 30 Grant Howell ---------- 5.04
NW% of NW% ....--------- 11 1N 3E 4I W. G. Wheeler .....-------- 3.89 W% of NW% -- ....... 34 1S 5E 80 Rachel Cole Nickerson 11.91
SE/ of SWA%, 10 A in S Pt E% qf SEI / 3 2S 5E 80 D. H. Perry et al ------ 11.91
of SE ------ 13 1N 3E 50 Est. H. E. Cook ...... --------2.82 SE% ------------------6 2S 5E 160 Bertha Sawyer .-------- 23.39
W2 of NE%, NE! of .W of NE%, NE 4 of
NW .. ...--------------- 14 1N 3E 120 Edna D. Bishop ------ 9.03 NE%/, NE of NW% 7 2S 5E 160 Bertha Sawyer --------12.21
W of NW%, SE% of NW4 of NW% --------- 8 2S 5E 40 Bertha Sawyer ---- 4.27
NW% --------------- 14 1N 3E 120 J. A. Taylor ---------- 9.03 NW of NE ---------- 4 1N 6E 40 Huguenot Land & Abs. Co. 3.65
E % ofSW W% of NW% In N2 of SE! DB YY 127 7 1N 6E 1 Fannie Johnson ------- .67
of SE% In SW% D B Dwg & Store in SW% of
ZZ 498 .......-------------- 14 1N 3E 149 Geo. H. Wiriok ....-------- 13.47 SW / ------- __ 17 1N 6E 5 A. A. 'Bishop -------. 11.55
Pt lot 24 W of Main St. __ 15 1N 3E J. W. Lukens ----------4.60 In SE4 oif SEI S of iRR,
In SE% of SE% W of Dwlg & 2 AS of RR -- 18 1N 6E 3 A. A. Bishop ---------- 3.99
Walkers .--- .....-------- 16 1N 3E Florence McLeod ------- 4.29 NE% of NE%, 1% A in
WY of NW of SW% 16 1N 3E 20 Will Johnson 2.---------- 11 NEA of E .... ---------18 1N 6E 41% Mrs. Ellen Handley .-.. 4.23'
W 1-3of NW% Ex 2 A 21 1N 3E 531-3 B.F. Smith ....., 4.70 In NE% of NE% ------- 19 1N 6E 36 A. A. Bishop -----------3.65
16 As in SE% of SW%, 6 A in NW% of NW%,
SW'! of SE% ..------- 22 1N 3E 50 J. J. Willie ----------- 5.00 4 A in SW4 of SE%, 17
NE%, E'! of NW ___ 23 1N 3E 240 H. E. Cook ---------- 10.38 A in W2 of NWW% In
W%/ of NW% .---------- 23 1N 3E 80 H. E. Cook--------- 3.76 NE ----------- 20 1N 6E 38 A.A. Bishop ---- 35.09
N Ex NW 4 of NW!, In NE of NEN DB UU
N ofSE --------.. 24 1N 3E 360 H.E. Cook .......... 15.60 S6....3 Nof..d---- 20 1N GE Willie Hutchinson -.2-1
In W1/2 of SE'! of SE% SWU of NW-4 N of Rd
D B UU 134 .....--------- 26 1N 3E 3 Graham & Hall --------1.05 DB AAA 57 ..-----.----- 21 1N 6E 5% Bessie McCoy .--------- 1.29
In N Pt of NE! of NE% NW% of NW ---------28 1N GE 40 G. C. Sparks -----------2.18
TDB D 36 I1N 3E 28 Mrs. (D)elia Oder .------ 2.82 SW% Ex NE% of NE1/4
Lot 7 Jeff Co. Pecan Co. 12 1S'3E 5 Ben Hill ...------------- 1.24 and E 30 A of NEY4 of A
Lot 30 Jeff Co. Pecan Co. 12 1S 3E 5 John Caruthers --------1.15 NW% --------------- 29 1N 6E 90 A.A. Bishop --- 10.68
NE', of SE% Ex 5 A .. 25 1S 3E 35 Nina Bevis ------------ 6.40 E., of SW,4, S2 of SE%
N of NW of NE'!.4, A W of Rd, NW% of SEN%,
N of NE1A of NE4 29 1S3E 40 Hrs. J. J. Gray --------4.15 S1/2 of NE% ----- 30 1N 6E 216 A.A. Bishop 35.53
S of NW% of NE%, N % 2 A in NW% of NE,
of N of SW% 'of NE% 29 IS 3E 30 Lutie Cobb ---------.. 3.29 NE% of NW% ...... 31 1N 6E 42 A. A. Bishop ---------- 7.96
E% of SW%, W of SE E of SW% of NW,
Ex 10 A & Rd., E% of NE of SW% .-------- 32 1N BE 60 A. A. Bishop ..---------- 10.37
Ex10A R.,E ofof NW'! of SW 8 2N GE 20 Est. W. H. Hampton-___2,39
W% of W% of ,NE',% 35 IS 3E 164% Hrs. A. J. Boland ----14.68 W oNW' of SW% 8,2N GE 20 Est. W. H. Hampton 2.39
NE% of SE% ---------- 36 1S 3E 40 Est. Sarah Lewis ------ 3.85 Urging Americans to "Keep 'em Flying" through the purchase of more War W% of NW', ---------- 15 2N 6E 80 West Fla. Land Corp. 2.35
In E% of NE'/ IIB 1 Page Bonds, the above poster will soon make its appearance in several hundred thou. W' of NW 14 ---------25 2N BE 80 Huguenot Land & Abs. Co. 4.27
70 ------------------ 36 1S 3E 2 Pennie Smiler ---------. 94 sand stores and display spots throughout the country. It was painted by Georges S' of SW .4. ----------- 28 2N 6E 80 Frank Jones ----.------. 5.63
In NE4 DB YY 340 -_ 36 1S 3E 15 Virginia West t-------- 2.49 Schreiber, internationally known artist, whose pictures hang in the Metropolitan In S% of NE4 of SE% __ 30 2N 6E 10 Irwin Walker --------- 1.53
NW4 of NE'!4 ---------3 28 3E 40 Glenn Realty Co .-------2.49 and Whitney Museums in New York and other museums in various cities, NW4 of SW% of 'SE%
All E of R--- 5 2S 3E 275 Glenn Realty 'Co .- 14.40 U. STreasuryDepartrn? Ex 1 A -------------29 3N 6E 9 Chester Brown ---------2.28
NW% of NW -- 3 4S 3E 40 Puckett Realty Co ... 2.49 NE4 of NW% of SW% __ 30 3N 6E 10 Est. Mrs. F. W. Carroll -_ 1.81
NER of NE% -----------4 4S 3E 40 Puckett Realty Co. 2.49 .. N of NW% -----------4 1S 6E 80 Louis B. Birdwell ...------- 3.04
In SW' DB ZZ 359 ..- 24 4S 3E 40 Walter C. Teate -------- 1.80 Taxes In SW Cor of NWSW of
E W N -------------- 18 1S 6E 2 Roxy Walker ---------- .97
E In o NWB YY 454 1 N 2 Pinkie Soon-----------.85 DESCRIPTION S T R Acres Owner & Cost SW% of NW% ---..------ 19 1S 6E 40 Weaver Louridge IJbr. Co. 2.35
'In NWV / .DB YY 454 --- I IN 4E 2 Pinkie Soon ------------ -.85
Lot 9 So. Pecan & Orchid NE' of SW4 Ex 3 A 5 IS 4E 10 Sam Miller ------------ 1.98 SEI of SW%, W of
Co. -- 1 1N 4E 5 Unknown .. ...... 1.73 SW of NE% Ex 3 A, ,SW% ................. 3 2N 7E 120 Orlando Discount Co. .__ 6.48
SW fN% .------3EM 2N 7E 120) Orlando Discount Co. 6.48
Lot 14 So. Pecan & Orchid NW% of SEf --------- 6 1S 4E 77 W. A. Sweeny ..-------- 13.09 S% of NE', NE of SE% 4 2N 7E 120 Orlando Discount Co. 6.18
Co. ... ------------------1 1N 4E 5 Luther & Lela Mae E of SE,4 S of St Rd 19 7 1S 4E 50 Gertrude Connell .------ 8:10 NW4 of NE .--------- 4 2N 7E 40 Orlando Discount Co. 6.18
Whedler .. ...-------------- 2.03 In W Pt of SW'4 S of St. NE SW4 of SE% -! 8 2N 7E 200 Orlando Discount Co. 10.01
Lot 46 So. Pecan & Orchid Aug. Rd. Ex Rd 96 8 1S 4E 31 Gertrude Connell 5.34 E of SE ------------ 8 2N 7E 80 Orlando Discount Co. 11.92
Co. ... ------------------ 1 1N 4E 5 Mary Arnold or J. S. 82x150 yds N of Rd., Lot E Ex 20 A--- -----9 2N 7E 300 Orlando Discount Co. 43.47
Ramage -------------- 2.03 W of school, Lot N of W & 20 A in E 9 2N 7E 340 Orlando Discount Co. __ 16.70
Lot 47 So. Pecan & Orchid St. Aug. Rd ..--------- 8 1S 4E 4I Mayilbelle Connell ------ 1.73 W Ex NW of NW 10 2N' 7E 280 Orlando Discount 'Co. 13.82
Co. ..-------- ---------1 1N 4E 5 R. L. Eaton ......----------- 1.73 In S Pt of NE of NW% NW of SE'4, NW%,4
olf NW% ------------- 10 2 N 7E 8,0 Orlando Discount Co.*-- 12.22
In W% of NW% of SE% 3 1N 4E 2 Vinie Lindsey ---------- ....... 53 DB AAA 11 Ex St Rd __ 8 1S 4E 13% Mrs. Gladys Walker 4.14 of NW NE .--------- 10 2N 7E 80 Orlando Discount Co. 2.22
In W E of Rd DPB NV In NE Cor of E of SENO
211 ------------------ 11 1N 4E 21 C. P. Mays ------------- 5.63 'DB YY 419 ----..------- 8 1S 4E 3 Frank W. Carroll ------1.25 4 A in S Pt of SW%
In S of S DB NYY 223 12 1N 4E 4% Win. G. Neeley --- 57 In W% of SW% DB XX of NW .------------ 20 2N 7E 4 Est. Peter Seay ---- 1.22
N of NW% of SW%, N% In SE TDB D 93 ..------ 19 1S 4E 1 Henry Matthews ..-------.63 E 1-3 of E of NE%
of SW' of SW%, S2 NW4 of SW% ---------30 IS 4E 40 Mrs. Nina Bev'is -------- 7.25 of SW4 ------------- 20 2N 7E 62-3Est. S. T. Sinclair .- 1.54
of NW% of SW% W of In W Pt of SW% of SW% SE4 of SE ---------- 27 3N 7E 40 Orlando Discount Co. 2.35
Rd ---------------- 13 IN 4E 40 Wmi. & J. D. Bailey ____ 8.45 DB WW 476 --------- 31 1S 4E 1 Alberta Jordan--------- .93 Pt lots 48 & 49 DB VV
In NW Cor of NW' of In NW. of NW%/ DB Y 412 Original Plan Monticello --- H. R. Faglie .---------- 99.24
NE% DB YY 223 -.. 13 1N 4E 8 Wmin. G. Neeley ....---------. 1.00 315 ------------------31 1S 4E % T. J. Braswell ------- .93 Pt lo's 48 & 49 DB PP
E2 of E% of NW4 of .E /of NE% ------------ 32 IS 4E 80 L.1 H. Walker 12.79 266 Original Plan Monticello Est. W. 4I. Dawkins 30.31
SE% ..-------- -------- 13 1N 4E 10 Laura McDaniel ------- 2.33 1 Int in N' of NE Pt lot 51 D XX 28
SE'4 of SW%, W of Ex RR --------------- ...... 6 2S 4E 38 W. C. Teate ---------- 3.98 Original Plan Monticello ........ J. I. Folsoinm ---------- 24.35
SW% of SE% .. -------- 14 1N 4E Q Leslie M. Hatchett 1Q.11 E of W% of SE% Pt lot 52 DB YY 475
E of SW% olf SW% 14 1N 4E 20 Leslie M. Hatchett ..------. 89 of NW ------------ 23 2S 4E 10 Hilda Lavoi .....----------- 1.39 Original Plan Monticello .. F. A. Johnston -------- 50.03
N2 of iSW W% of NW% W of E Of N of Pt lot 54 DB ZZ 292
of SE% ------------ 1 IN 4E 100 Bailey & Bailey ------14.55 NW% ---------------24 2S 4E 10 N. W. Hardigan --------1.39 Original Plan Monticello -------- J. E. Minter ----------.. 40.17
Pt lot 57 D113 UU 160
E% of SE% ...----------- 14 1N 4E 120 Wm. & J. D. Bailey ... 19.41 SE4 of SE% of NE%
NE% of SE%, S of 5 of SW% -------------... 25 2S 4E 2 Virginia Wettlaufer .------92 W 2% ft Extending entire
of SE%4 of NE% ---- 15 1N 4E 50 Bailey & Bailey ------- 8.65 NW% Ex 10 A ..--------- 28 3S 4E 150 Ben H. Lindsey, Jr.- 7.62 distance North & South
N of NW% Ex 3 A, SW% E% of NW% of NW of the South 28 ft of N%
Of NW%, N2 of SW%4, N of Rd -----__-------- 1 1N 5E 22% Gussie Mae Routt--- 3.94 lot 57 Original Plan Monticello._ Unknown ------------ 2.33
SW% of SW% .-------- 17 1N 4E 237 H. E. Cook ---------- 16.23 NE% of NE% N of Rd 2 1N 5E 5 T. B. Lacy --.------- 1.52 Lots 158, 167, 18 DB XX 410
N% of W% of NE% Ex W ofSE% W ofRd, Origal Plan Monticello Elizabeth B. White8.63
% A ............----- 23 1N 4E 59% Wmin. & J. D. Bailey __ 10.63 5 of W %V -----------2 IN 5E 275 J. L. Anderson ------ 48.86 Lot 159 Original Plan Monticello Mrs. E. E. Bishop ------- 4.40
S2 of SE% of SE% 23 IN 4E 20 Henry Wheeler -------- .83 SEA. of SE% ----. 3 1N 5E 40 J. L. Anderson ..--------- 5.79 Lots 161 & 162 Original Plan
NE% of SES, N2 of SE% NE% of NE%- -------- 10 I1N 5E 40 J. L. Anderson --------- 6.86 Pt lot 2 DB ZZ 495 Scotts
of SE%, N% of NW% of 2 A In NW of SE% W N Northern Add Monticello ------- Lamnar Davis ...---------- 4.69
SE% --------------- 24 IN 4E 80 Hrs. W. J. Bradshaw 12.87 of Rd, N% of SW%, Pt lot 2 DB LL 63 Scotts
In W Pt of SW%1 of SW% 24 1N 4E 20 Henry Wheeler .-------- .89 NW' Ex 2 A -------- 11 IN 5E 240 J.L. Anderson ----- 58.78 E Northern Add Monticello Est. Thos. Merritt ------4.69
1 A in NW% Iolf NW % In NE + of NW%' 2 A, W/2 E 53 ft Lot 43, Lot 44 Scotts
DB YY 425 ...---------- 25 1IN 4E 1% E. H. Wheeler ----------.95 of NE /,, NW'% of SE4 Northern Add Monticello -------- H. R. Faglie ----------- 4.69
WW 405- .......------ ----- 27 IN 4E 47 S. A. Ward ----------- 6.16 W of SW% 0o SE% ___ 11 1N 5E 20 A. A. Bishop --------- 5.26 Blk 1 Wricks Add Monticello ------ H. T. & J. I. Folsom 98.94
W2 of E2 of SWv% W N!/2 of SW% of SW% -- 19 1N 5E 20 L. A. Bradshaw------- 4.00 Lot 3 Blk 8 Wiricks Add Monticello Janie Johnson-------- 4.39
of Rd. ---......-- 28 I1N 4E 19 Mattie M. Cooksey .-... 2.96 NW% of SW% --------- 19 1N 5E 40 Hrs. W. J. Bradshaw 7.54 Lot 4, Pt lot 5 Blk 12
NE' of SE%4, NW% of In SE% of SW% ..------- 21 1N SE 14 Chas. McKinney 3.12 Wiricks Add Monticello -,--Clemon Tfllman----- .. 10.60
SE% --------------- 33 1N 4E 80 S. W. Colson ....---------- 9.27 SW%1 of NW% --------- 22 1N 5E 40 A. J. McKinney --4.72 Pt BIk 15 DiB ZZ 563
NW% of NW%, N of N SE% of SW% --------- 22 1N 5E 40 Hrs. Isaac Inman------ 3.04 Wiricks Add Monticello -------- Henry A. Malloy ------- 30.31
of SW of NW% .- 34 IN 4E 50 M. A. IGresham --------... 6.71 SW% of SE% ...--------- 22 1N 5E 4(I S. D. Clarke ----------4.72 Pt lot 18 DB WW 92
SE of NW%, S of SW% E oW 3 2N E 16 Louvenia Slater.24.94 V Wiricks Add Monticello -------- Henry A. Malloy .-- 7.50
SE /2 -,oSE f ...------- 3 2N 5E 16 LouveniaStlot 18 -)B- WW 92
of NE .---- -- 4 2N 4E 60 Johnnie Francis -------- 2.10 S Pt lot 115 DB TT 78 Ptlot 18 DB WW 92
N Pt Lot 187 8 2N 4E 4 Boy Kirkldbridge ..--------1.24 Springdale ------------ 7 2N 5E 2%' H. A. Wright ---------1.34 Wiricks Add Monticello -------- Henry A. Malloy ------- 5.68
...................--- 42 Pt lots 1 & 2B]kl DDE ZZ 48 4
Lot 190 --------------- 8 2N 4E 5 T. Henry Green -------.... 1.43 Lots 139 & 140 ..--------- 7 2N 5E 5% A. M. Scheuneman Gs2.42 Pt lots 1 &2tBlk 21 DB ZZ 484
N Pt Lot 192 ....------------ 8 2N 4E 4 Walter Hellbaur -------1.24 SW4 of SW% Ex 5 A t Viricks Add Monticello --Pearl Giles ------------ 3.70
Lots 580 & 583 8 2N 4E 10 A. C. Green ----------- 2.43 & Rd ---------- 8 2N 5E 34 Est. Joe Springer ------155 Pt lot 4 Bk 21 DiB UU 488
Lot 152 ------------- 9 2N 4E 5 Mabel V. Cook .....--------- 1.43 Block 1 Kidders Sub No 5 8 2N 5E 5 A. J. Brooker--------- 1.43 Pt lotViricks Add Monticello L. R. Davis-----11.56
Lot' 14 9 2N 4E 5 Daisy M. Reeves .... 1.43 Lots 101, 100 ---------- 13 2N 5E 10 'Geo. W. Dreblow------ 2.421 & 2 k 24B IL 411
Lots 15, 16 ....... --------- 9 2N 4E 10 'C. Wiley ........... -2.43 Lots 123, 135, 136 13 2N 5E 15 Florence A. Tait616 iricks Add Monticello -------- Emma Turner __----- 29
Lot 22 ........... ... 9 2N 4E 4 Margaret Pesk---- __ 1.24 Lot 93 ----.------ 13 2N 5E 5 Sidney G. Williams 1.43 Lots 1 & 4 Blk 29
Lot 23 .............. 9 2N 4E 4 Lillie B. Swanson ..--- 1.24 Blk 9 Kidders Sub No 4 16 2N '5E 5 A. C. & E. E. Wellman 1.43 Wiricks Add Monticello -....... Frank 'Carroll ---- 4.79
Lot 24 ---------------9 2N 4E 4 Gertrude Yeckley ...... 1.24 W Pt lots 5 & 10 Spring- Lots 1 to 6 Inc DB WW 152
Lot 433 ---------------9 2N 4E 5 Peter Jeker ...-----.. 1.43 dale --------------- 18 2N 5E 4% L. B. Broadbridge _... 2.72 Hamricks Sub Monticello Est. Jubhe Clark ...... 1.83
Lot 608 ---------------9 2N 4E 4 Alice Watkins ......... 1.24 Lots 15, 16, 17, 19, Spring- In SE% of NE DIB AAA
Lot 399 ------------ 10 2N 4E 5 Burl J. Isham .... .... .60 dale ---------------18 2N 5E 18 Unknown ------------ 5.67 41 P i Add 30 2N 5E Rosetta Bradley .....1.3
E% 'o'f SE% of SW'A 12 2N 4E 30 Est. Mrs. F. W. Carroll _, 6.38 Lots 28, 29, 36, 38 Spring- Lot 12 Parkhills Add Monticello -Margaret Kilpatrick5.8
S% of W% of SW4 of SE,, dale ------------18 2N SE 20 Unknown---------.---6.66 Pt lot 22 WD 361 .
S% of 8 of SW% ___ 13 2N 4E 73 Ethel Davis .......... 2.64 S lots 31 & 32 Spring- Parkhills Add Monticello ...----- Stewart Sciplin ....... 2.72
Pt lots 4 & 5 N of Rd ___ 1'5 2N 4E 65 H. P. Orendorf ----- 12.69 dale-------- 18 2N 5E 4% W. Carter-2.13 Pt lot 8 II13 1 page 82
Lot 360 .... ........ 15 2N 4E 2% Unknown ---.. ..... 85 Lots 47, 48, 49, 55, 70, 71, 2 H Porters Add Monticello--------- Pearl Williams ......... 2.72
Lot 100 -- -- .-16 2N 4E 5 Bessie C. Ramsey .... 1.43 72, lot 61 Ex Rd _,___ 18 2N 5E 35% Unknown ...... 10.60 Lot 27 1D'B ZZ 382 Carrolls
Pt lot 24__ .... 16 N 4E 1 Gertrude Yekley .5 Lot 50 .18 2N 5E 5 Mary E. Johnson -----2.42 Pt lb in Monticellor--------------- Sarah Denmark--------1.73
Lot 33 -16 2N 4E 5 Fidelia Salyer --------1.44 N Lots 62, 63, 64 Ex Rd 18 2N 5E 6% E. P. Poyer --------- 2.42 lot 9 DB XX 497 Dilworths
Lot 50 -- -- --16 2N 4E 5 Isabella Halvers ----.82 S Lots 62, 64 Ex Rd, Add Monticello ------------------ C. L. Pope 20.46
Lot 54 ---------16 ZN 4E 5 J. W. Wells ----------1.43 Lots 58, 59, 60 -.... 18 2N 5E 25% S. A. Poyer ..........8.63 Lot 20 DB SS 116 Di'l'worths
Lots 61, 67, 68 -----. 16 2N 4E 15 Isabella Stein ......... 3.42 Lot 54- ..--------- 18 2N 5E 5 Ralph Devin ----2.42 Add Monticellor--------------------Robert McQueen------1.83
Lot 77 -- ------ 16 2N 4E 5 Hensberling & Doerrich 1.43 Lots 75, 76, 6 -.......... 18 2N 5F 15 0. E. Schmidt ----- .. 6.36 Lot 23 DB 0 08 Dilworths
"Lot 97 ..... ...... 16 2N 4E 5 C. H. Ball -----------1.43 Lots 77, 78, 73, 80. 81, Add Monticello ------------------ Maria Raines ---------2.72
Lot 111 ---------16 2N 4E 5 Jonas J. Wexler -------1.43 82, 83 -------------18 2N 5E 34% Schmidt, Carlson, Plaff Lots 1 & 2 Blk 4 Fla Land &
Lot 160 -- ----- 16 2N 4E 5 Mary L. Selden ...... 1.43 Tr.----------------. 10.90 Abs Add Monticello ------------- Josephine Rich -----2.72
Lot 161 -- -- -16 2N 4E 5 Henry T. Green.-----1.43 Lots 84 & 85 ---------18 2N 5E 10 Herman Felcamp 4.39 Lot 3 B3k 6 Fla Land &
...E......4....... ,Abs Add MonticelloRo et ren ..... .7
Lot 15'5 ---- 16 2N 4E 5 C. M. Stiliwell 1.43 Lot 4 Kidders Sub No 1 18 2N 5E 5% J. P. G. Wilgers .---. 2.42 Ls A e Robert Green-1.73
Lots 350 & 351 --------16 2N 4E 6 E. J. Peterson ......... 1.64 NE% of NW in Spring- Lotsd Monticello f sRoach & Richardson 4.79
Lots 267, 268---- 17 2N 4E 5 Bessie C. Ramsey -----1.43 dale Sub- ... 19 2N 5E 4 Miriam E. Washburn .. 1.93 AdAdd Monticello Ach & Richas 4.79
Lots 180 & 221 ........ 17 2N 4E 10 Henry T. Green ------2.43 In NW% of NW% DB Lot6 Blk P Reichmar Add Monticello Alice M. Hughes----39.87
Lots 183 & 184 .--.. 17 2N 4E 10 Jno. W. Stevenson .... 2.43 WW 463 --------- 19 2N 5E 2 J. L. Davis 1.34 Lots 15 & 16 Simons Add Monticello S. A. Ward ---------2.42
Lot 186 -----------17 2N 4E 5 Daisybelle Bryson .... 1.43 In E of W of SW% .- Lot 21 Simons Add Monticello -.----- Elizabeth Butler 2.03
Pt lot 187 .. ........ 17 2N 48 2 Roy Kirkbridge .......84 D1B YY 211 ------ 19 2N 5E 2% E. L. Burnett --------20.46 W lot 26 Simons Add Monticello Oscar Johnson 2.42
Lots 219, 233, 234 ...... 17 2N 4E 15 W. W. Gill ............ 3.42 In W of W DB II 255 19 2N 5E 8 Est. W. R. Barnes- 4.50 W lot 30 Blk 4
E lot 232 ...... .. 17 2N 4E 2 Georgia Snow _.......-.84 Lots 4 & 5 Bk 1 Kidders .Smons Add Monticello --------- Mary Lee MeCollough 2.72
In NE%1 DB VV 10 _ 24 2N 4E 79 Est. P. D. Faglie ------- 1.26 Sub No 3 -.-----19 2N 5E 2 Margaret Wessinger 1.73 Pt Jot 33 DB AAA 22
Lot 2 Kidders Sub No. 2 24 2N 4E 5 Dr. Rubin Petersson 1.43 S of SE%, S of S of S mons Add Monticello ---------- Ellen Hawkins .-- 1.73
Lot 5 Kidd'ers Sub No 2 24 ZN 4E 5 Vernice Davis ---------1.43 N of S'E% Ex 4 A 21 2N 5E 96 Harrison Collins 3.08 Pt lot 33 DB PP 199.
In SW Cor of SE% of .NE% of NW% of NWA 23 2N 5E 10 Lucindy Alexander 2.42 S mons Add Monticello ----------- Laura Harris ------ -- 1.02
NW% DB WW 517 25 2N 4E 1% A. E. Bagnall ---....... 15.55 N 6f N of NW% o'f S Lot 10, Pt lot 11 i L.
In W o'f NE% DB WW NE% ..- ----23 2N 5E 10 Est. John Swan ------ 2.72 S mons Add Monticello----------- W. L. Straws------2.72
320 25 2N 4E 10 Katherine B. Mays .... 10.63 In SW Cor of NW% of Pt lot 15 DB AAA 90 F. L.
Lots 162, 163, 165, 177 179 27 2N 4E 13 Ernest F. Heyd ------- 3.40 SW% -- ---- 31 2N 5E 1 Chas. Riggins - .82 SnIons Add Monticello ----------- Ernest Hagan--------2.7
Lots 77 & 78 33 2N 4E 10 James Milton Byrd ... 1.68 In SE% of NE% S of lRd 1 33 2N 5E 1% Estelle Pope 13.95 Io D-- 5E
Lot 92 --- -33 2N 4E 5 John Coffman -------1.16 NW% of NE% of "SE', XX 111 ..... .. 3 2N Bird, ast & Rast 2.63
Lot 104 - 33 ZN 4E 5 R. J. Klaiber ---------1.16 S of SE% of SE% Ex In SE of NE%4 DB
Lot 291 ---- -- 33 2N 4E 2 Mrs. L. W. Underwood __ .85 1 A -------------- 35 2N 5E 29 T. B. Lacy 3.64 R 375 -- --------- 30 2N SE Est. Wm. Goodall------1.73
Pt lots 235 & V ------ 34 2N 4E 4 B. H. Adams ----------1.43 In NE% of SE N of Rd 36 2N 5E 4 Thos. Kinsey .88 In-SE--o--NE --DB -WW N
In SE% DB AAA 49 36 2N 4E 1 Ernest Gethers -------.65 S 9 A of W of E of 72 o E 1 30 5E Francis Hughes 6.66
W Pt Lot 1, E Pt Lot 2 18 3N 4E 85 N. F. Miller ---------2.61 SW% ---------------36 2N 5E 9 Gussie Mae Routt C3.16 In NE3 of SE -B
SW% of SW% -- -27 3N 4E 40 Janie Johnson .------- 1.53 E of SE% of 'SW'A, 25 A OC 302 30 2N 5E Sylvia Wells .. 1.29
SE% Ex 46 A 28 3N 4E 114 Janie Johnson --------3.53 In W Pt of SW% of In NE'A of SE, RB
Pt Lo~t 4 ...--- ----- 36 3N 4E 40 Godfrey Scott ---------7.25 ;SE% ------------- 20 3N 5E 45 D'. S. Sneed ----8.20 In 302 o -f SW D 30 2N 5E Ls. R Ray 84.27
Pt Lot NW% 'fS% %I S fS of SW'! DB InNE% of SW% D131 45 30 ZN 5E Est. Lottie Ray---------.84
EA of NW'A of SW S In 8S of S !f2 W4 D
of S of SW% of E3BBB 107 ------------22 3N 5E 5 Vernon Redman -------1.60 R. J. TAYLOR, Tax Collector,
NW---------------- 5 15 4E 40 E. 'W. 'Morris --l-------7.17 E of SW- ----------36 3N SE 8n F.3. Linton ------ -12.69 .. Jefferson County, Florida.

NOTICE Deed Taxes
Our First Acid Test-War Bonds and War Taxes DESCRIPTION Book Page OWNER & Cost
Notice is hereby given that the following described lands or s6 much Lot A Blk 5 Fla Land & Abst Co MM 108 John Neel ------------- 1.50
thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for town taxes for Lot B Blk 5 FlaLand&AbstCo MM 116 John Neel -------------1.50
the year 1942 herein set opposite to the name, together with cost of- 7 Lot 39 Academy Hgts ------------ Sallie Neel ------------1.50
such sale and advertising, will be sold at public auction on Monday,- rt Lot 46 Academy Hgts - Sallie Neel 1.50
the 7th day of June 1943, at the Con rthouse in Monticello, Florida, /,2 Part lot 12 Sotts N Add ------ MM 67 Oneeda Prince ---------2.10
County of Jefferson, between the le gal hours of sale beginning at 12 4 Part lot 48 Barwick Add ------ FF 11 0. A. Prince-Est 2.10
o'clock noon./ Lot 8 Hamrick Sub---------- LL 331 0. A. Prince Est.--------- 2.10
Deed Taxes ) Part lot 8 Scotts N Add --------N 364 Richard Ponder Est. 3.30
DESCRIPTION Book Page OWNER & Cost Part lot 3 Porter Add --------W 505 Mary Pleasants ---------2.70
P art PTON ofookNEWW33 Pansy OWNE. Anderson 19.0Part lot 1 Porter Add --------- Y 162 Isaac Phoenix ----------- 1.50
Part NW /, of SW 4, 30 2N 5E, WW 337 Pansy MI. Anderson ---- 19.50 e Part lot 16 Scotts N Add ------ TT 359 Mack Peck ..----- 7.50
Lot 4 Blk 6 Wirick E Add ----- BB 471 Dan Allen .------------- 3.90 Lot 2 Blk 11 Wirick E Add --- PP 342 Douglas Parrish Est. .75
Part B 8 Wirick E Add Portr W 392 Dan Allen _.. 1.50 "Part lot 28 Bowman Add ---------J. W. Pate d-------- 2.10
Lot 1 Blk 9 Wirick E Add ---------- Dan Allen ------------- 2.55 Part lot 19 Parkhill Add --------- Est. R. G. Parkhill ------ 2.10
Lot B Blk 3 Fla Land & Abs Co MM 329 Richard Anderson ------1.50 A Part lot 11 Porters Add -------- W 149 T. M. Puleston Est.---- 3.90
Part lot 7 Scotts N Add .----------- Betsy Austin ----------- 3.30 Part SW I/ of NE,4: Sec 302N 5E RR 144 B. W. Partridge Est. 6.90
Part lot 6 Letchworth Add --- PP 498 Anthony Bailey Est. 2.10 Lot 1 Blk 7 Fla Land & Abst Co--- M. E. Partridge --------.54
Part lot 38 Wirick E Add ------ VV 592 Gladys Bozeman --------2.70 Lot 1 Blk 8 Fla Land & Abst Co__ M.E. Partridge----------.54
Lot 45 Blk 2 Barwick Add --- PP 483 Roberta S. Beard ------- 2.70 Lots 1, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10Blk 9
Part lot 28 Bowman Add ------I 437 Butler Blood -----------.54 Fla Land & Abst Go M.E. Partridge--------- 2.04
Part lot 2 Letchworth Add Butler Blood ------------.75* Lot 9 Blk 10 Fla Land & Abst Co-._ M.E. Partridge ----- 54
Part lot 1 Letchworth Add --------- Butler Blood -----------1.80 .....Lots 1 & 2 Blk 16 Fla Land &
Part lot 5 Wirick Add ------ WW 48 Butler Blood -----------8.10 Abst Co ------------------ M. E. Partriage --------1.08
Part lot 1 Wirick Add -------- LL 78 Butler Blood -----------2.55 Part lot 24 Palmer or Lyons Add ZZ 86 Elsie Roberts ----------6.30
Lot 1 J1 D Coles Add ----------S 173 Elvira Blood, Est.--_-----5.10 Part lot 5 J D Cole: Add ---- WW 466 Richard Rivers --------- 3.90
Part NW',4 of NWI4, Sec 30 2N 5E Diana Bozeman ---------2.10Patlt1LchohAdEs.JneVRirs 50
Part lot 8 Wirick E' Add --- VV 406 Win. Bozeman ----------2.10 Part lot 9 Letchworth Add Est. Janie V. Rivers on...-5.10
Part lot 9 Porters Add ---- 93PtrRcado ... .50
Lot 2 Wirick E Add ---------- FF 81 Win. Bozeman ---------- 1.20 Part lot 60 Barwick Add ------SS 287 Louise Richardson ------ 5.10
Lot 28 Blk 7 Simons Add .------ PP 27 W. E. & Annie Boyd ---- 2.70 Part lot 4 Porters Add Josephine Rich --------- 2.70
Part lot 29 Simons Add ------- PP 30 W. E. & Annie Boyd ---- 2.70 Part lot 17 Dilworth Add------ 68 Maria Raines7.50
Part NE% of SE'4 30 2N 5E __QQ 281 W. E. & Annie Boyd 2.10 Nr lot 3 Dilworth Add Will Bk G 84 Robt. & Sims Raines .... 7.50
Part lot 27 Dilworth-Add ---- DD 147 L. W. & Louvenia Boatman 2.70 Part NE3 of SW% Se302NE 11 4G 5 Hrs. Lottie Ray -------3.90
Part lot 12 Scotts N Add ------ CC 345 L. W. & Louvenia Boatman 1.50 Part lot 57 Original Plan MontiPart lot 22 Parkhill Add ------- D 361 Paul Blake -------------2.10 cello ------------ UU 160 H. B. Rainey ---------57.00
Lot 9 Blk 3 'Fla Land & Abs Co JJ 191 Emma Brooks ----------3.90 WAR.BOHfl Lot 13,Palmer or Lyons Add SS 285 H. B. Rainey ---------19.8V
Lot 24 Dilworth Add----------------Amelia Bryant----------5.10 WAR BOLots 1 & 4 Blk 3 Jefferson Hgts XX 490 E. 0. R1chardson ------8.10
Part lot 24 Wirick E Add -- IIF 81 Paul & Ethel Broxie ___. 4.50 Part NE!4, of SEY4. See 25
Lot 7 Blk 5 Fla Land & Abs Co MM 322 Est. Win. Broxie -------- 1.50 WA 0 .2N 4E ----------- ----- -SS 163 Chas. 0. Reiff --------- 7.80
Lot '7 Carrolls Subd -----------II 312 Est. Capers Butler------.90 Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, B3k 13
Part lot 26 Blik 8 Simon Add --- XX 401 Est. Leroy Buckner -... 2.10 Wirick E Add- -S 78 Mrs. Paso Reichert 4, I25.20
Part lot 3 Blk 6 Wirick E Add --- S 197 Hrs. Jack Bryan -------- 1.50 Lot 20 Carroll Sub ----------YY 377 Jas. Sherman' ------- .90
Part lot 1 Palmer or Lyons Add VY 487 D-aryl 'H, Barrows --- 2.70 Lots 17 & 18 Blk 12 Simons Add AA 109 Jas. Sherman ---------7.50
Part lot 1 Presbyterian Lands SS 248 Henrietta S. Bailey 18.00 I Part lot 44 Barwick Add ------JJ 188 Smith & Maggie Scurry 3.90
Part lot 2 Palmer or Lyons Add AAA 42 Lillian L. Bishop --------3.90 Lot 21 Scott: N Add-WW 95 C. L. Smith-7.50
Lot 2 Blk 31 Wirick E Add ---- VV 97 Lee T. Bishop ----------4.80 Part SW of NEA See 30
Lot 3 Blk 31 Wirick E Add --- VV 97 Lee T. Bishop ---------12.30 2N 5E------------------- L__ SS 327 Adeline P Smith Est, 7.80
Lot 159 Original Plan Monticello WW 299 Thelma Bishop --------- 4.20 You've DoneYour Bt-Now Do Your Best Lot 3 Blk 7 Wirick E Add ------ 0,0 42 R. B. Shuman ---------- 1.50
Part SE'!4 of NE Sec302N 5E ZZ 171 Louise Bird & J.,L.& U.S. TreasuryDepattmens Part NIW/4 ofSW'!4 Sec 302N 5E NN 462 Jno. H. Shuman ------24.30
J. M. Rast -------------- -4.20 Part lot 4 Scotts N Add Tax I B B 214 Est. E. S. Smith -------- 1.86
Part SE'!4 of NW% Sec302N 5E LL 526 Mary E. Brown R.... -8.70 Part lot 48 Old Plan Monticello BBB 97' Viola Sheffield ------- 42.30
Part NW4 of NW'/4 Sec 31 2N 5E UU 230 T. G. Bishop ----------- 4.50 Deed Taxes Part lot49 OldPlan Monticello'BBB 97 Viola Sheffield --------42.30
Lot 1 Porter Add ------------- V 434 Mima Cuthbert --------- 2.70 DESCRIPTION Book Page OWNER & Cost Lot 47 Academy Hgts .-------.NN 385 Geo. H. & Ella Sanders 2.10
Pt lot 62 Bk 11 Barwick Add _,IIIF 79 Carey Cummings ---.--- 0 Lot 8 Blk 5 FlaLand&AbsCo TT 602 J. F. Hamrick ----------1.50 Lot 3 Blk 6 Fla Land & Abst Co UU 248 Bragg & Richard Turner 2.10
Pt lot 19 Parkhill Ad. WW 372 Minnie Cooper 2.10 Part/ lot 5 Scotts N Add 1448 ,Sam James ------------- 1.50 Part lot 4 Porters Add Mini Cor-.. W 535 Wm. Turner lot...-- 5ctN-2.70
Pt NE% of 'SE'!4 Sec 30 2N 5E ZZ 474 Waiter ,Coe ------------ 3.90 Part Blk 8 Wirick E Add------T 43_8 Est. Lizzie Jackson ..... 3.90 Lot 5 Blk 10 FlaLand & Abst Co KK 334 Wm. Turner 5.10
Part lot 2 Scotts N Add ------ WW 347 E. G. Clayton ----------- 3.90 Part lot 2 Scotts N Add .----- VV 192 Est. Chas. Jackson 1.50 Part lot 32 Bk 5 Simon: Add CC 348 Jim Turney-2.10
Part lot 19 Dilworth Add ------- T 325 Maria Dallas ----------- 5.10 Lot 24 Carroll Sub ----------- ZZ 593 Raymond Junius --------.90 Part lot 32 Blk 5 Simons Add AA 48 Geo. Turney-2.70
Part lot 30 Dilworth Add -----QQ 112 Mose Dallas ---------- 2.70 Part NE! of SE%- S 302N 5E __W 470 Newton & Carrie Jordan 3.90 Part lot 6 Dilworth Add ------ CC 465 Win. & Vivian Thomas -- 2.10
Part Blk 8 Wirick E Add ------ CC 213 Joseph Dallas ----------2.70 Part lot 8 F L Simon Add ... AA 435 Viola Jordan ----------- 1.50 Part lot 2 Scotts N Add ------ LL 64 Win. Thompson --------- 5.10
Part lot 4 Blk 21 Wirick E Add --- Lewis R. Davis --------- 2.10 Part lot 9 F L Simon Add .... AA 247 Viola Jordan---------- 5.10 Lot A Blk 6FlaLand&Abst Co MM 266 Ellen Thompson -------- 1.50
Part lot 3 Porter Add ----- ------ Minnie Butler Davis ---- 3.90 Lot 3 Blk 8 Wirick E Add ----- ZZ 76 Janie Johnson ____.. 5.10 Lot 109 Original Plan Monticello SS 47 M. H. Tripp ----------- 13.50
Part Blk 8 Wirick E Add ------ gE 456 Annie Devaughn -------- 2.70 Lot 10 Blk 3 Fla Land & Abs Co MM 226 J. H. Johnson -------- 2.70 Lot 110 Original Plan Monticello SS 47 M. H. Tripp ----------- 3.30
Part lot 9 Dilworth Add ------ VV 106 Joseph Dinkins ---------2.70 Lot 10 Blk 3 Fla Land & Abs Co MM 226 J. H. Johnson--- 2.70 Part lot 73 Blk 13 Barwick Add PP 39 Phyllis Williams --------1.50
Part lot 2 Scotts N Add -------- LL 302 R. H. Daniel ----------- 2.10 Part lot 8 Porters Add --------- V 479 Sallie Johnson -2------- .70 Part lot 73 Blk 13 Barwick Add 11 197 Phyllis Williams ------- 1.59
Part lot 2 A Denham Add V 391 Est. L. J. Dawkins-------5.10 Part lot 7 Porters Add --------- V 354 Est. Jeff Johnson ------- 930 Part lot 72 Blk 14 Barwick Add I1 197 Phyllis Williams --------2.70
Part lot 33 Original Plan Part lot 31 Old Plan Monticello YY 210 Katherine Johnson ------ 1.50 Part lot 10 Fla Land & Abst Co.... Frances Windsor ------- 1.50
Monticello --------------. PP 62 Est. L. J. Dawkins 48.60 Part SE of SW'! Sec 19 2N 5E LIL 160 Stephen King ---------- 1.50 Part lot 8 Porters Add BIF No 1 82 Pearl Williams 45- 2.70
Part lot 54 Original !Plan Part Blk 9 Wirick E Add ------ V 27 Carrie H. Lewis.- 5.10 Pt lot 69 Blk 7 Barwick Add -- EE 452 Nancy Williams -------- 5.10
Monticello ---------------- VV 262 Est. L. J. D'awkins ------ 12.60 Lot 39 Blk 3 Simons Add ------ YY 129 Dan Lane ------- 1.50 Pt lot 62 Blk 11 Barwick Add _2 Y 445 Fannie Williams ------- 2.10
Part NW of NW'!4 S30 2N 5B Q 486 Amma Edwards Est .- 5.10 Lot 16 Carroll Sub ----------- ZZ 135 Win. Lemons Jr ..--------.510 LotA Blk 3 FlaLand&AlbstCo J! 475 Ella Williams ----------.54
Part lot 2 Dilworth Add .... TDC 178 E. H. Flipper ---------- 8.70 Part lot 66 Blk 9 Barwick Add Y 309 Win. Lemons Est .------- 390 Pt N'E'4 of SE!4 Sec 30 2N 5E -- 11 346 Cornelia Williams ------2.70
Part lot 4 Dilworth Add ------ LL 88 E. H. Flipper ----------12.30 Part lot 65 Blk 10 Barwick Add I1 443 Johannes Larkin -------- 7.50 Part NE of SE' Sec302N5E I1 468 Anna Williams 2.70
Part lot 2 Blk 9 Wirick E Add -- Dolphus Feacher ------- 2.70 Part lot 2 Scotts N Add-------LL 280 & 452 Johannes Larkin -.. 8.40 Part lot 61 Old Plan Monticello P 496 Felicia Williams -------- 2.70
Part NE /4 of SE% Sec 19 ,-. Part lot 10 Scott: N Add-------PP 298 Johannes Larkin ---- 8.40 Lot 2, Blk 21 Wirick E Add --- FF 497 Margaret Wilson ------- 2.10
2N 5E ------------------WW 319 Farmers & Merchants Pt NW' 4 of 'NW Sec302N'5E V 26 Johannes Larkin ------- 3.90 Part Blk 9 Wirick E Add ------ T 356 Lucile Wilson ----------1.50
Bank -----------------8.10 Part lot 20 'Dilworth Add ---- SS 16 Robt. McQueen -------- 240 Lot 2 Blk 9 Wirick E Add --... EE 59,4 Lucile Wilson ---------- 1.20
Part SE 4 of SEY, See 19 Lot 21 Blk 9 Simons Add ------ Y 325 Elizabeth McCarthy .. 3.90 Lots 7 & 8 Blk 10 Fla Land
2N 5E ------------------WW 319 Farmers & Merchants Lot 15 Academy Hgts .......... -1 484 Mattie Lou'McElhany --- 2.10 & Abst Co -------------- SS 11 Susan J. White --------- 1.08
Bank ----------------- 15.30 Part SW, of NE' Lot A Blk 4 Fla Land & Abst Co MM 557 Jno. W. White ---------- 1.50
Lots 111, 112 Original Sec 30 2N 5E ---------- ---- W 335 S. L. McCall -----------8.40 Lot 4 J D Coles Add --------BBB 220 Sallie White -----------2.10
Plan Monticello -----------WW 288 Vernon M. Folson ------- 7.80 Lot 4 Blk 27 Wirick E Add ---- K 140 Anthony Mills Est... 1.50 Lot 3 J D Cole Add----------V 113 Stephen White---------5.10
Lots 26, 27, 28 Academy Hts ---WW 287 Ruth :Pate Folsom ------- 3.90 Part lot 8 Blk 16 Simons Add '_ PP 68 Ida Murray ------------390 Lot 7 3k 16 Simon: Add- CC 433 Geo. Washington ------- 2.70
Lots 1 to 241Blk 5 Jefferson Hts WW .>90 'May Fenn Folsom ------ 11.82 Part lot 69 Bk 7 Barwick Add ___:Z 368 Martha L. Miller ----.... 5.10 Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Jok 19
Lots 1 to 24 Blk 6 Jefferson Hts WW 290 May Fenn Folsom ------ 11.82 Part lot 69 Blk 7 Barwick Add __ M 537 Louise Miller Est ...... 5.10 P...Land & Abst Co--------JJ 178 Louis & CapitolaWashing..
Part Blk 6 Jefferson Hts ------WWV 290 May Fenn Folsom ------- 3.30 Part lot 29 Blk 4 Simons Add __ I 341 Carrie Miller-270 ton -------------------- 2.10
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 Bl3k 1 Wirick E Add VV 228 H. T. & J. I. Folsom --- 108.30 Part lot 6Blk 15 Wirick E Add ZZ 563 iHenry A. Malloy ---4830 Part lot 4 F L Simon Add ------II 269 James Warner --------- 5.10
Part lot 51 Original Plan Lots 1, 2, 3, 4 Blk 18 Wirick B Lot 158 Old Plan Monticello __ XX 410 W.,'A. White ----------- 2.70
Monticllo----------------XX 28 J. I. Folsom .----.......24.60 Add -------------------_ WW 92 Henry A. Maloy ------- 27.60 Lot 167 Old Plan' Monticello XX 410 W. A. White ---------- 2.70
Part lot 6 Bik A Reichmar Su6h __TT 493 J. I. Folsom ----------- 8.10 Lot 17 Original Plan Monticello UU 411 T. J. & 'M. A. Martin ___ 12.30 Lot 168 Old Plan Monticello ___ XX 410 W. A. White ----------- 5.10
Part lot 12 Blk A Reichmar Sub TT 493 J. I. Folsom -------------.90 Lot 9 Blk 5 Fla Land & Abst Co TT 240 A. G. Melaikeof --------1.50 Part lot 18 Dilworth Add ------ N 135 Dinah Young -------- --- 5.10
Lots 16,17 'Blk 4 Jefferson Is VV 102 E. R. Farr ------------- 1.74 Part lot 30 Blk 4 Simons Add WW 320 Katherine Mays ....... 5.10 Part lot 20 Scotts N Add ------- 406 Emilie Yo ng ---------- 2.10
Part lot 44 Scotts N Add ------.TT 581 H. 'R. Faglie -----------1.50 Pt SW', of NE'! Sec 25 2N 4E RR 480 C. Parkhill Mays- Part lot 20 'Scott N Add-----R 47 Win. Young
Part lot 44 Scotts N Add ------TT 514 H. R. Faglie ----------- 3.90 Pt NE ofSE /4 Sec 302N5E _S'S 326 S. M. Nickerson ---------7.50 ALFRED FOSTER
Part Blk 9 Wirick E Add -------II 8 Est. Cora 'Gatlin --------- 2.70 Part lot 31 Blk 5 Simons Add FF 317 Sylvester Neeley --------5.10 Tax Collector, Town of Monticello,'Florida.
Part lot 25 Scotts N Add ------ ZZ 441 Margaret Goodwin ----2.10
Part lot 5 Porters Add --------- V 361 Henderson Graham ------2.70
Lots 4 &- 5 Blk 6 Fla Land &
Abst Co ---- 4 ---------- JJ 19,0 &'43 Robert Green ------- 3.00
Lot 20 Parkhill Add ---------- Y 158 Ben Green ----------- 2.10
Pt lot 1 Blk 21 Wirick E Add __ ZZ 207 Pearl lGiles --------- 3.90
Pt lot 8, Blk 7 Wirick E Add --- Y 34 Est. Agnes Girardeau ---- 3.90
Lot 6 Blk 11 Wirck E Add ... GG 6 Est. W. M. Girardeau ---- 2.70
Lot 4 Presbyterian Lands ------ FF 183 Est. Louise Girardeau 20.40
Part lot 9Dilworth Add ------- XX 179 C. L. Pope ------------- 2.70 i
Part Blk 9 Wirck E Add ------- V 27 Carrie Hunter ----------2.70
Part lot 8 Blk 16 Simons Add __ PP 183 Willie Hughes --------- 3.90
Part lot 11 Porters Add .. Y 10 'Matilda Hope ---------- 1.50
Lot 7 & Pt lot 8 P L Simon Add AA 429 Emelie Hines ----------- 3.90
Lot 21 Carroll Sub ----------YY 248 Lewis Hill 3.90
Part lot 2 Porter Add --------- V 475 Win. Hicks ------------ 2.70 .0.
S part lot 24 Wirick E Add IF No. 1 23 Minnie Hibbard ---------_.6.30
Part lot 30 Dilworth Add ------ Q 548 Grace Henderson ------- 2.70
Part lot 6 Porters Add ---------V 362 Patsy Harris ---------2.70
Part lot 31 Dilworth Add ------ T 295 Est. Peggy Harris ------2.70
Part lot 15 F LSiions Add __ AAA 90 Ernest Hagan -.----- 2.70
Part lot 3 Dilworth Add-......-Q 272 Nathaniel C. Hadley ...6.90 "
Lot 37 B31k 3 Simons Add .. PP 268 Elizabeth 'Hackney-.......2.70 /
Lot 6 131k B Reichmnar Sub .__YY 29 Alice.McCall HIughes __19.50 i
Part NE'! of SW'!4S252N 4E __SS 255 W. S. Howard------3.30 f" '
Lot 14 Carroll Sub .. ..-...MM 303 Mrs. J, B. Home -- -2.10 *.""d''
Part NW'! of NE'! S302N 5E LL 282 NMrs. J. B3 Rorne -.... 13.50 Part 131k 8 Wirick E Add------.B 248 J. M. Henry 'Est.-----7.50RYh eha it Im o selwer
Lot 5 131k 10 Wirick B5 Add-....3 181 J. M. Henry Est. -.. 7.50 E RYnse artie hs ar tcoe. Taksel er
Lo 3k1 iikBAd--- 8J: M. Henry Est.-----5.10 K U i toe Tk
Lot 6 131k 15 Wirick BE Add-...S 78 5. M. Henry Est.........-7.50
Lot 3 131k 21 Wirick ,E Add -E... R 484 J.'M. Henry Est.-----5.10
Lot 3 Presbyterian Lands-.....-D 303 Moseley Henry-----37.80 "" 'peek aat ,yours ndgt ht
Lots 40 & 45 Academy Hit: V 4 Harjim Inc.------------3.90:
_________________......__________-_______ **electric appliance you no longer -I use. Someone has a need for it.
r m h r Is t .. .,:>~Use the "BUY, SELL or TRADE"
----- -coupon, and let us help you sell
- yJoe Marsh ( ~ it or trade it for an appliance you need.
Bill Burry wsreflectin back ot out the official report the IMAIL OR BRING TO YOUR I
on the last war and what the Office of War Information made
boys used to do when they got and read him this: "The fact that i I FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY OFFICE I
a furlough, there is vastly less drinking ', ._ TRADING POST REGISTER I
"We weren't a hard-drinking among soldiers in this war may .-- Date. .............................
bunch particularly, but that was stem in part from the sale of Iil.. ~.... ............................................................... tree Add,... Town Phone No.
fobde ri lasses From~where I sit, it certainly I 3. 4..................................
worth goin' after. We'd hunt up doesn't look as if we had to sin., r ,, -t........-Aproximat Ag
bootlegger, which was easy, worry about our boys. We 1 5. Condition of inside and outside finish: -Good......Fair. ...Poor..... I
and buy a bottle, learned our lesson in the last i 6. Will it operate now-Motor Yes........ No........Heating Elements: I
"So, instead of a beer or two, war, and I'm glad to see we're | Wi l (sl}by N o...M chnim Yes............... .w t he s: Ye o
well-I guess we generally drank on the right track now. ..
boys are doing this time?" '.-,,, ,emarks:. ..., .. o, O ....,, ,
No. 64 of a Series Copryright, 1943, Brewing Industry Foundation -- '' ... .. .-.. .

Friends in Monticello are 'receiv- .. ... .MRS. 'CHARLES REED
S-ing the following invitation: IS ENTERTAINED
o I A activities Colonel and Mrs. S. J. Turnbull .....The lad oth Presbyte t
]woia ct v ties > -"en" .... "> ;
Request the honor of your presence The adies of he Presbytrian
Matter or copy for the Social Column to be sent to Miss Helen M. at the marriage of their daughter Church are giving a luncheon on
Bowen, Phone 8-R. not later than Tuesday of each week Elizabeth Anne Friday at one o'clock, inthe Sunday
to' School room, honoring Mrs. Charles
r.- . ,o M C.. R '' Douglas Yates Munnikhumysen Reed, of Blountstown. Mrs. Reed :s
Mr. and rs. L. H. Torrey, of Mrs. C. S. Rob'ertson has returned Ensign, tates Navy tow this week for the graduQuitman, IGa., are now making their to her home in Gainesville, after a Ensign United States Navy in of her son, Wilbur, from the
n non Thurs'day afternoon, June tenth son, Wilbur, from the
home in Monticello, having pur- visit of several weeks with Mrs. J. at four o'clock Monticello high school and these
chased the iMurrell home just north C. W. Frishmuth and other relatives. Chapel, Tilton General Hospital ladies are taking this occasion to
of tow. ." showthei, areciaion of 'Mrs.
of, town.i". Mr. and Mri. C. T. Carroll are Fort Dix, New Jersey show their, appreciation of Mrs.
Mrs. Caroline C. Covington who visiting relatives in Winter Haven Reed, their former church organist
has been visiting her mother, Mrs. and Lakeland. Of interest to many here is the
N. B. Carmichael left Monday for -following invitation being received MAIGE-GRAY WEDDING
her ]lome in Washington, D. C. She Parks Carmichael and Zach Doug- by friends: RITES TAKE PLACE
was acco panied as far as Atlanta, las of Ginesville were recent visit Mr. and Mrs. Barton Pitts Turnbul i
Ga. by Mrs. Carmichael who re- ors in Monticello. request thehonr of your presence e wedding of Miss Rachel "KitGa. biy Mrs request. wh tr ...o of you presence:
turned to her home here on Thurs- at. the. marriage of their daughter tenll" Gray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
day. Morgan Anderson, son of Mr. and "Jane Denham ,J. E. Gray, 715 -Main street, and CapMrs. J. G. Anderson, is spending the to MAYNARD McLEOD TAKES OFFICERS' TRAINING tain W. L. Maige, Jr., 117th, Field
AMrs. R. H. Gelling and Mrs. T. T. summer vacation at home, after 'Mr.- Richard Stanley Knight M 1 . Artillery, Camp Shelby, took place
Tyrnbull attended the meeting of having completed one, term at Riv- an S the lifth. of June Atlanta.--M. M. McLeod, (left) .o Aicilla, Fla., has been commission- at 8 p. m. Wednesday at Main Street
T14rnbull attended ,the mneting of al Satrda th fit of Jun 'S, p. n<,. We,, .dnesday at.M i Sre
the Red Cross Camp and Hospital ,eiei l at half after four o'clock ed a second lieutenant in the U. S. Marine Corps and will undergo the Methodist church. Dr. B-M. LHunt
Council which was eld last Friday lle, Ga. Calvary Ep'scopal Church final. phases of the rugged officers' training course at 'uantico, Va., be- pastor, officiated at the single ring
at )ale Mabry Field Hospital. fore takimg to the field to lead Leathernecks in battle. service.
atBulea S]?alen MaroFedfoptl DeLand ~ -Summit, Ne'w Jersey I. 1. sevie.
Rutledge Sinmons of 'DLa'McLeod is the son of Dr. Normar 1\. McLeod of Aucilla. lie attended A sister of the bride, Mrs. D. 7
spent Monday night and Tuesday 'e n Uirk of the Sigma Chi fratern- Stribling of. Philadelphia, Miss., was
liere~~~~~iptono-hnr wit hrdemad were nlw n ~s yl .K pettewe
sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. bailey. end in, Live Oak with her husband, ity. 1Mtron-of-onor. lridesiaids were
. .. gt. e, o Camp B di Mrs. Franklin Foster of Louisville
TOO MUCh For Miss Caroline -Brison was a visit- Miss Mary Een stegan o Gre The War Food Adr inistration has ENTERTAIN IN Ky., and Mrs. Albert Hulett, of Hat
or Jacksonille last week, sped- wood, Miss., was the rcent guest of ed orders controlling all stage MONTICELLO tiesburg. Mary M'rtha and Rosa
iur v rg sra o aswthiltie n
ooing several days with relatives and Mrs. Otis Kebblk. Of shell eggs, said Waldo Harris, Lynn Hemeter, young daughters of
friends. chairman of Jefferson County Food' 'Mrs. T. B. Clhisholmn aid Mrs. W* Mr. and Mrs. Hebert Hemeter
Mr. and Mr. ebet:eietr
COM PR-Bobby Batt-on of laytona Beach Advisory Committee, today. W. Alexander, of Thoaisville, en- were junior bridesmaids.
Miss Mary'Collins is leaving on is spending several days here, visit- Jefferson County F tertained 4 group of Monticello 'T. T. Sloan, an uncle of the bride
,MissFoo Adviory friends las Ihu~ afeno T. T laa nl ftebie
Sunday for Conway, South Carolina, ing relatives and friends. Committee is working lclosely!ast T t h.u rsd y afte nar atgroom from Moultrie, Ga., was best
Our Everyday -where she is to have a position ith mean. Ushers were Capt. L. A. Lewis, Cl
the government to see that all per-, Themembersofthe s a t. Wl werenp L. A
the Canal Wood Corporation. The JUNIORS NTETAI soffs storing eggs are notified of clb wr. iited fr bridge n Will Swearingen, Lt. Hary
popular Miss Collins, a. long time FR S lEAER roros Te ust es v hen Knighten; Lt. Jack Knight ahd Lt.
a rsidntof Moticll, wllbe'grat- .FOR MISS WEATHERLY new controls. The purpose of th~ er h sa ae hnMs ~ o .Bon
resident~~~~~~ilb ofMniclo wl e aet-JeW.Ban rny'msesde o Montllho, knel her gadTheJuorClassf orddrs is to protect civilian egg sup- B. Brinson and Mrs. R. J. TaylorT b de w.
Giem sely missed bywen all wh kne her and The Ju or Class of the Pticella plies 'and supplies of dried and froz- ,won the Irizes, other friends joind was. given in marriage
W ith A:'. n yra IJnO I le jii :n es, ote friend join m
her frind allsar:o wiamsht her ...... es ofhg e y e ahr h oeabia
Saints lw et h ol gave a farewell party, en eggs formilitary needs. Specu- the bridge players and refreslmnts 'gown of white slipper satin, fbsi
luck in this new project last Thursday night in the school lators have been' turning largeereserved. ashio. hote economics room or their quantities of eggs into storage, ex- ed on princess lines and a seet
cadet Ray S. Bassett is hone! for class, sponsor Afiss Elizabeth, Wea- pecting to sell at higher prices this' thris of the original order, set aside heart neck-line. The top of her
SWhe two weeks. He will return to Mar- therly, who is leaving Monticello. fall and in spite of record prou- eggsleg-o'-muttonsleeves was lace. The
Don' )lect Pa.. .....1sie frc r P o u e...s ii~ t h v en h l ,it
Pay ore n ibn (Military Institute in Marion,1Al~i. Oixe jolly feature of th\ evening tion this year civilians and military w water months. The amendment, of tl skirt of alternating lace
Y-u Can P ea L:pnes:' onJn 0,frhsscn ya.ITean oi
Yu Can Pay Les on Jun 10, f6r his second ye as when he' facultyy members, suppes were being threatened.' however, prohibits storage after and satin panels "ended in' an ex
I prompted by, the class, were called Jefferson County Food Advisory June 15,. except as expressly provid- tremely long train. A bldck cross,
- __- ) --- -- '- studded 'with pearls, -Vas her' only
I Mrs. A. P. Welch, of Selma,Ala., on for a series of stunts. Committee is notifying dealers, ed in the order. Under the amend- srndent h e I h
, l has returned home after a two The class presented Miss Weather- wholesalers and other distributors ed order, the WFA stands ready to ornament, a gift from the bride\W~' I G GL Y1 weeksk' stay with her sister, Mrs. W. y with a war bond in token of in Jefferson County that they may buy all storage egg. offered on this groom belonging to his great-grandW. Bassett. their appreciation. Ifot keep shell eggs in storage after 'sis. Recogizig, that certain mother, presented to her on her
Juite 15, with following exceptions: quantities of eggs nust he carried Ibride carried a
~ .; a: 'To cover existing contracts hwith for nornial business rocesses, WFA shower bouquet of sweetheart roses
S.....Government ageic es .fio produc- through the ameindnrent, will per- and orchids,, -.. .. .....A -ed r -t li
tion of spray dried* whole eggs, and mit retention of designatet "work- 'The matron-of-honor and brides.h O a small specified vholure of ggs ing inventories" in -cold storage. Un- maids wore net Colonial gowns,
may be .accumulated and held for der this provision,, up to 600 cases of modeled with full skirts. Mrs. Strib"worki'ng ilventories" of dealers, eggs may be accumulated in storage ling's dess was of aqua; Mrs. Hall's ElM Awholesalers, and others. This new for each place of business operated of gold, andiAMrs. Foster and 'Hulett's P a F U N E R A 410 provision is contained in an amend- by a handler. Where necessitated of pink. Th little junior bridesment to Food Distribution Order h .large perations "working, inven- maids wore similar 'gowns, with in- Number 40 In addition w n tries" are computd by taking 8 Mary. Martha 'Heeter appearing in
11 pil e l
storage provision, the amnded or- percent of eggs handled between .ink and Ros Lynn Hemeter in
der also stipulates no eggs may June 1, 1942 and A st 31, 1942, in- h. Allcarried old-fashioned Col,i::~~un 1,< 19.... andrnc Auus 31,pny 1942 iNn- :r
I ' Te vpoeiiA o"" n : ...."..."'"="...... W A..[1I..,t-,-! Th.oii..ths.. ,-eced60 aestrog apic-Hl'es teS-ofrin ivrwL
move into storage 'after May 2Q. elusive. If "working inventories"' onial bouquets of mixed summer 'E / 1A The original Or set this date aI exceed 60i cases through applicaune 1. Set aside pro visions of a- on of this formula,, a statement A gown a of orchid net was worn
Burial Security for Individuals or Entire Families ended order require all shell eggs must be made to the director of FDA by Mrs. 'Gray, mother of the bride.
la 20 'b ee- beo Jue, 193 Fo th pei He age'ws aoiPurple ocid.t
Nine out of ten families are unpre- sire a funeral in keeping with third in old storage on!My 20 b reser- efore June 1, 143. Fo the pe er corsage was a purple rehid
:"~~~~e fo Goenmn aance ...aracesrend fne. !
pared for either the shock of gr-ief standard qf living ad yet be unable ed for Gvernment agencies ad Jiune through Decei er, an average rs. W, Maige mother of the
or the financial strain caused by the to have it because of financial un may- be offered to theriy at ano 'ore s brides room, wore ashes of roses.
unextpected death of a loved one. preparedness. thin ceiling prices applicable to egs per month will be available for ace. Her corsage was of Talisman
Grief is even harder to stand when grades for government puchase in each civilian consumer, according roses.
there is no money on hand to cover Even though you may have paid only effect when offer is made. Under to present estimates of WyFA. The nuptial music was furnished
P/./ONon O E OEO O SEAtl premium AbTy Pvt. IraN Gerick and (s .L Migt. S., Lev
funeral expenses. No longer is it nec- one Atla premium and misfortunebyG i and S. I
/ssary for a family to blindly choose overtakes some member of your fam- -- a. -A --- of Camp Shelby, and Miss .Sarah
a funeral beyond their means and ily group the full amount of the L Loru Smith cousin of the bride. PAt
later find themselves embarrassed Atlas policy is paid to you, or yoirurid ang B eand
family Dawning," accompanied by Sgt. Lee.
over inability to pay for it-or to de- family.' Dawning, ac'ompniednbySgt Lee
During the ceremony Miss Smith,
violinist, played "Liebestraum." The
Briefly:- here are some of the advatages recessioal, "The Bridal Chorus"
1. Atlas Life insre Com- Funeral Director they pro-""" "'l g--ef as" well~ as from "Lohengrin" was played by
1. Atlas Life unsurance ecorn Funaral Director they pre- trona ori as well as finan- -Sgt. Lee and for the processional he
I pany provides policies to 'fer. dal strain.
supply money 'for unexpeDt" 6. Money is paid In cash to be 9; Rates are among the very played "The Wedding March" by
ed funeral expenses. used as the famly sees fit. lowest In America today. Mendelssoht.
. Policies for one person, or 6., No medical examination re- 10. Legal Reserve Company op. The church altar was elaborately
,family groups, covering old quired for any member of rating .under the rigid ru- Andecorated with a background of
.and young alike- the family, or individuals in pervilon of State insurance groisped Am and rns dotted
3. fw-ens my ayf god eath Departments. -. ~-.~Colonial bouquet~ of cut flow$125, $250, or -even a' $500 7. You can't lose--as the policy it. S'old by Agents of Atlas Life 8P es. In front of 'the 'greenery were
funeral, has paid-up cash values. Insurance Company in your ''forbses fEatrlis
4. amiy I fre t seectany 8. usion th shck mo- comuniy. -WORLD'S \LARGEST TEMPORARY CITY gladiola, with white lgtdtapers
No edcalexmintin euied oranyneid oo heli Fami).es of worker s moving into Portsmouth, Va. to' work in the Mrs floMaingel graduated from
shipyard(s go eagerly to inspect the mobile homes offered them 'by the the -Hattiesburg -high school and Federal Public Housing Authority.With homes for 3,300 families avail tendedd '(Mississippi 'Southern col- able in this project, it is expectedtlo be fully occupied by mid-August. lege where she 'was a member of Mu
_________________________________________________Omea.She is a member of the
RS Capt. Milige was graduated from the hjgh school in 'Monticello, Fla.,
and the University of Florida from
NSU AN E C MPA Ythe school of bsisness adminisisa NSU RN( CO IP NY= lion .in the~ class of 1-937, where he
' was a member of Sigma Nu fraterILgal Rem48v. nityp. Before joining the army he
OR-I '.','.- ~ &~ X '- '---------''--.----.~a -was -a state-adjuster for the -Home
TIelephone **.e....---------**-----------------**-------------**I He-is the so-p 'of 'Mr. and 'Mrs. -W. L.
Or ,~aaa'-. ~a-~''"a-~~,-Maige, Sr., of Monticello, Fla.
ALSLIFE INSURANCE COMPANY F-- -~'"'"-' '"""'-ollowing a wedding trip to
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T 4, Heraccessories were of red.
O D A YI a -- -- ---- -~- ~''"'7Immediately following the wedading a reception was held at the
HOME OFFICE -TAMPA, FLA. ,-"~-- home of the bride's parents.
-Guests from out-of-town included
Seventh Air Force Headquarters-Soundphoto Lieut. Col. C. F. Monticello, Fla.; L'Mr. and Mrs. T. Tl.
~Hegy, Hartford, Wise., who led the May 15th Army raid on Wake Island Sloan of Moultrie, Ga.; Mrs. D. E.
* is shown beside his Liberator after returning to the Seventh Air Force Mclnnis, aunt of the bride of Baton ) U4 K l/ZS LJ /Ze/'a1 O/7Zm e Headquarters. -Right-injured while landing after, the raid, Lieut. R. Rouge, and W. L. Logan, uncle of
C, -Arnold Livingstone, Calif., is lifted from a Liberator. Arnold has the bride of Magee.---Hattles'burg MONTICELLO, FLORIDA his arm around Maj. Russell Wolf of San Antonio, Texas. (Miss.) American.

The Monticello N',ews, Monticello, Fla., Friday, May 28, 1943 a
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The ,Monticello iNews, Monticello, Fla., Friday, May 28, 1943
XPEl BLEA~E 1 SOI.The story of beer, to celebrate on But Peggy Chungking cabled back that it could -Relesed by Weste Newspaper toiho
their part in the battle for the Philip- had been preparing. The island was be .done. are quick todo-and how Owl
pines Is being told by four of the five n
naval officers who, are all that Is aed two hold ac a~ cope ofan- to egio thalu Iieat no pontddaeso for May 30te to general colorsce
of Motor Torpedo Boat~ Squadron 3. They gdthodbc acul fa twrginhhy- opotddtem heshx,
are Lieut. John Bulkeley (now Lieutenant pies and a whole box of marsh- they go more than ten miles ifand. sPattern 7492 contains a transfer pattem Commander), squadron commander; mallws That was our New Year's S at an agreed time, and at an lcted and c I neatolof 6 mo averaging 514 b 71 IIcbM
2Lieut. R. B. Kelly, second-in-commarnd Eve supper, and I'll bet that yours, agreed rendezvous on the cost Coni of Reiiu Education; use byaeils~e and Ensigns Anthony Akers and George wherever you had it, couldn't have Chungking would send a toiaid n
S 'as gneainci ne
E. Cox Jr. Lieut. Kelly, sent t he tun- tasted any betiter.4 party down to fight its way to the PEITER'SCUNE I TO SCAT- current war condition, sligtly more ti
nel hospital on Corregiidor, learned from "Rnnn an kind of romance, no beach and meet us TEE CH.TN J,.is required in illing orders for a few a
the wounded there how badly the war athe mosd popular n~- "Tedwe~o'dfri ~ pattern wnbers.
w~as going for us. Cavyite, our big naval mate how mid a. el rb Teew wudbr u oats-v To obtain this pattern sendf 16 etsi
base, was gone and our air force nearly l1emn on Corregidor. About the best nopw useless with all torpedoes ex- LESSON TET1Ptr11 2ie.2 coinoto
'wiped ouit. 'While be was there the hos- Pictostw igtd whe perted against .ap targets. ,'The th brterod Fea God --1 h
'pltal was bombed. Ensign Akers Is tell- we were,, at the~ tunnel's mouth. But Chinese couldn't hld that point long kin .-I P~eter' 2:17 Sein Circle NedcrfDpt
,Ing some ;of his experiences before ma- the road ran right in fron oit, and, .-but long' enough 'to hustle us 82 Eighth'Ave. New Yok
n~afl.ever~y fiemnutes anarmIy-truc' 'through 'that ten-mile Jap-held strip Pi cto G~i' ~ehs
Peseutan fell 'his' sak has ar ~SEnclose 15 cents "(plus one cent At.
'would barge tac~tlessly around the onto free Chinese soil.< Th'ere tlrucl beee oos ofier mailong) flor Patr
~'culrve,' shining ilts dimmied-down' would take, us~ to the' nearest air. fIr to .9.:.o..........of.a.ig)f~ Pttr
first; cetry on o143 eCHA1'TEW~V lh4adli~lhts right on you. Then~ for, field we woul d'f to Chugkiri an times it has beenl nflcial, but morep'Nm .'..
another three minutess you 'wr fromx there a for-otoiredAmerican oftei~cil, e nonetheless se-~ '.. .. ... .. ...................
"Twelve hours before the Japs enT- choking wyith dust. If yougot tired ferry-comm~and plane~ would 'bring vere 'and -trying. 'd s ................
tered the town I was sent back into of this and trie4 to> gofr a walk, 'us back to the States. '~ Manila to' pick up the remnants," I 'you'd' hardly get started when you "~le' a~ 'f~'W ~uiT he manner in, whc Christians tK'
h~d jut eght ~gllos fgasto o wuld 'realize 'that' eleven~ thousand see one, unless someh6ow it leaked baet teimonficies is' the realt, of
tose thirty miles-finally got back mnen. were trying~ to slepal ,ver otBesi'des myself', onl fourstv thei poes fat. S e ealty Doule-P
wit tn.A urou tin hppne ingf oo~pl knew Theyr weresec 'Dath joretn es,
*then A urou ihg~hape~edthat little' island, and "t you wen~t P phok .Tey e',) lwever, 'in the idst of their trial
during those closing hours body d seRay
had given order's to blow~ up thd oil 'in the dark, ad hot many of themi chief of staff, olonel Wong, and of eenptlirilsbg 4onuageeheandthe, tey ee
reserves. Maybe some of them' 'e wol hkufo r it There wasn't. course the siprhr, h a
tis6 cSoul. M andencuraemet..
longed' to private companies;i an) unocpe square foot any-vre ~ hrrohd~~'e' gMore edti$fact
Woke oug evr deal
would go aginst" au businesses' ma''wee others ut'1Ie
grain to blow up, goodoi 011e Fial a Suchr ons whnth ~e stiont wrenePtterated contion. Mee
.0 t"ee playid tha later onwe,,l epetyo cinaedfr is psl oth16 eetcn
ttle junior-grade naval t te d oprec walks for me uItld buer I fas addssed his problem more t g b
no: u 1heearlybelievers whoee scttre uritstnlsyt
noticed it. He had i a t bt-o uild back my strength, be' cr to g ond of thie whas' rue Drs
hea orders he had ig to odtor p s ad toke. foi' he....p.e i ... w.... the.... itc k prl.letab
'LlfrLendPbad Cius beenanoundkasiaeci for ui y ab counsel] wasJs odIt
give; nd prese any the oil was blaz- whaty tae nt aBinndgat s go log le'e'"m Intetith 'nelnalily Ton?..le Lam.
Peggy w aosigne to go along let m back'to duty, I'd e helpto us They wer t tive. I not only acts gently a
g I hear he got, a Navy C erossfor Te toops swarmed 'on that island, to 'anything-promise 'to b soa m yo bn eoes azy 3),bowe
" I as in ilaabout th e, the m bathing,tndi-awassthiny said, just n get back 2:11, 1ho Dr. have Laxative P0wd(
sad COX "A big "ar attack waoo have to go, ahedd to tgaac ly look even on a enign status. hifins re in t ......
inoton, although it had already een Stomch Geas Healae anhd that in sahe wh ue
cldn opfigue ity n at oumosSo e sed -it for' the next not of it. They are: passing throughaeet uete
dlred th op? sed iy 'Wrtasnt th dull slugis feelinr comonl re-ogtsferfrCrs~ sk:I es
iteay- d morning, wea e ward doctor wafarers ontr oway to the eter- 742 4etopasio.use wn as
reaon- ha one id-wt..,thedzdgns by Constipatiot Use ohere as adgnotudr a tnn lokthg- wec~Cam cedt ~e~n
on my boaty itl wahe ae would be dresing mt hand at about nal dwelling placee( of God. That does A PW cheer-u not make
' ~va coer retd 15 dose fo than. loc.Laroghoetho-haednewl ac he r pr
~4~r~iea eses t h< sme tie I~eh~~k~r~eo not m~ean1 "ht'1hey are niot inter- I ousework more fun! Take, family siz 2c. Adv.'
on-for welar reapons were closin thon ed same tim th knosad sreen teue, ehae opotniyt
ese in the wefr oofsd those......
soohe bi, aas on was made, his srou n We tackled him so ter u ros for instant, hse bultte blue-:a
abou thesrhelnqensihoar
-str'ets 'erted e t o a- few wher" wader. rng tll an he e to' os their ti irds oneyider on towels. They
ope',~nng~~hrei~y i'-" 'hs~ir ounedme, in the responsibilities of 'life, but ttp a_ _ S iiUh y I 4
waver 'Tlati irooune
peok e n s t r hap ngo'i S boatidas the iepn one te does meanthat they are to have I OF
I said tI the skipper. w t s the really
it dei~~e.,hel ig ~hub-rch, s tobtBl"e a ok d -eet at brt inngst the Peggy Wo rl hins deache frd the EXTERNA CAUSE
a ouwnthew ofiuS araged 'o out 'n 'answer,-hiioverheard anhe U ueredsthe whole things of the world and the filsh.icup0f'persecuti
thig.'Crtiny otV 'he 'said. 'You 'In the days of P~fr, memrbership tidesie withA~ sipeh ,tetet
'betnhgr4o' ehern i the lhadhi m thing. beatat ke to duy with in' the churchc h w ot cons id ered a Goes t
boats. were burning and sing on can' dealing, worolks the ipt way. Um
al sides-five andl ten-thousand ton- hisn backd wide-f pe! Tha s~I4 Wo'akdap~no .~ln o A nieVdi eit onlyVj~ ths lecy
A.,yu 'o igl so i 'said anything' about ,duty?, Two~ hated sect, o~ne whbich was falsely, aui-cl, 'whih enables the~ reaii god so. E ta m
Aid~a' tePns-wih 'weeks of 'it 'adyou'd lose your' accused 'of many~vie~ bli ~nd to weigA ee small articles Bia n d ht u pdfy
down as low 'as five hundred feet. acuatl by'r sound nih h s e~en
'eve~~~~~~~ '~~r iy whole arm.' example, Chistians met at.rae~ knight Wsbe'o~
e erwhere peopl were kin an VIIr tried lielf~i; 'h&"ap~e'~ gh 'ot- th M~~'sWen o~'~na mssin,.munion servmne. Because they spoke reeaio r Blnoi refieve distress of MONT[d
ride~~~~ thcoa"ad't "~~ ould hold on with one arm as of'this as a "love feast, 'they were The idea" ws suggested by Miss
keeprscn wouldgie me anythn 'we' IX well, as tw,~ but P~eg~gy had done~ it, accused of immorality, and because 'Evelyni Watson, a blind wioman. Fm l xfek es
woiil& ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n give whteu itulder daysteadn.he~o fw~gbn
'meicans nede wiucherut 'eithaerowh wulnt~i e, they so eyte boand lo d oaer The instrument, which can be at
moe ra oce-utsg Oeo hs asyur go-~ WHI1 "".ICH MAKE YAOU CRANKY, NERVOUIS!Z
ingto fin an enp+~ unkof haidan flesh chine, o~perates on the aeroplane''~
ape~ lit "as~l. -why ~ised..I 'was gloomy all thmat' next week, C~hristians mWust meet such ma- r'adio beam priciple, giving out a 'Pound ha eledthuns ~V~te'o re"I 'took my boat mt the harher ~but Peggy, said I was a fool. Tat licious reports. H~ow? By silencing ;~~rn i o ahd~eft lv eidcpi.bcahcd
"I there wer plent oft th1e harbort~er~ci b hei od ok weight. It wilopen, mny ne cewihwaevurny
just as the Japs. were entering the 'hr weepenyo wlfi e teracuesbyter odwok.b e feelings due to functiona
oit "sai~ ulkle .''I".~a ~to' do my~ joh, And that 'if I hadn't 11. Submissive As Citizens (2:13-. fields for th blndi warih- Un~so~ef~~n o
a'wecolds~ ~ ig 4 been' s~o' damned stubborn "in the< 1.8). totssothsgefec o one of
~-a hbuge de thelio soken g first place, and 'had o~f th~e hallmarks of' Christian T t o Oaken regu)ST T nh&Pam' om
~ ~boy and 6y~the'ater. ~t l~ol~'~ke 9' to the. hospital, an~d never met he r q~ilno rpr" itoi soldiers< "off duty" in camp or be- i~sc nioigewtm
hnging "ver' a great city, sand it~ anid' she would never hav--e been, able whether it be -in the state,. in the hind the battle-lines notice ho Polwlabe iretions. Worthtryug
was. Made you feel bad. We Stay ed to breakup~ my plan tG et out ,pae -so epofeti e'col'dtnyullsethem srmox g. a
ou there from nine o'clok at night o t'a l yfu r in' the' home. He doesM this' for -Z~arette. There's a good reason
unbtil' about three in the orning. 'o Se's 'always had that cute nay the Lord's sake' (v. 13), and ev~qn 'forttat. n appciable sa
Didn't dare go' ashore and anyway ofseeming to' storm "atyou id when that-authoxity is in the hands' iaets~a~a prcal aour job was'to 'destroy harbor ship- dress you down,,s that you endled of ani unreasonlable man. tor inN mntainilng morale--and
'ig-owhat was left ofit wouldn't up by, grinning ad couldn't sta This does not mean that the'Chris- 4esli~t~s~ oe~ ~ 1
pnsomad at anything log / ~a s~ nprg rciiea c layoso ciwetes ro <'home bis?~J LMAO
fall into Jap'hands. R EU
"had to leave all mny spare uni- < "" j a '"So it 'went along for aniother tyranny and oppression, 'but that he Well, sales records in Post }Ex-NERTSLMAO
fr sid Ayloker Ithoe nomn week, she leading'ime 0ut for Walks 'is 'loyal in m lokerthee, amn "Y of theund" ned resentative be 'a hard, unjust man.~,
returned to~ find that Bulkeldy had In~lw'l6drd a. wih men overe hilt p an be suthereg Though there' are Post Offic e r- '
"Wathin, thm. q~keove~ mae oe ,hlltp~ ad b sur Pegy. been by looking for me-said he was' M/i epoeran, feciemas
you feel .pretty' sick," 'said Bulikeley.' wouldn't' surprise, themi." on u nar~'tjaii% tP be op~er nd,,efc t in mand, strictions onpacekages to overseas
.2 ~fefiishd u act taredhom,' '~Meawlile Bukely a~ epot~to Subic Bay looking for a Jap 'through it all'the Christian ss hi Army mn,. 'you c'an still to get back before dawn, then looking 'back at the> fires over formulating 'a plan-whichi he would taeme, but firially,lhad 'to leave. anxd to ail~ors, Mtarines, and Coast GOD DRUGn m STORESo BrY MAIim receipt of i4 '
~t~ atrEvrytie < 'stalk ,over with' me, as I was his tae,~~ b~eta oen~ni~te Guardsmen wherever they: are. McNEUL DRUG CO., Inc'sore." 'second officer-for whatt we would "It set me almost crazy. If I plnoGod; is for the purpose of 0dv B $ roaddStreet-Jaksonvili. Flr.a
' o when our gas ran out' We had hadn't been out on that damned keeping order, encouraging t'he' "!Itwas a tough N~ew~ Year's Eve damined little' left, and 'the "army health tour with a pretty' girl, I god and punishing the evil (VV.
forme, too," said':Kelly, "because u' spi sy.wouldn't have mi~issed the raid !So 13, 14). 'The "powerful influence of
we knew more or less 'what'was go- '0 frtpa I was while my' #ang was u~p th'e Christian "Church 'should'keep it
igon. Then, there was another~ rea- d &~i iiuw~ hr tni~ ihacisrmy in that right channelel: or' bring it
sn Soe of'h'army officers' e dwtourmnavym to get< out b e gttifg klled, because the JaPS' back if' it has strayed. Always' loyal
were throwing a little 'New 'Year's srla a lohr had""Subic Bay so thick with guns 'and obedient, the believer hould'hpathe isands of ~ asolin tha nigh ther nes hi t stbih'ad
-4prt with The. nurse that niffhtfan '-d1 ~ t ahso thati'it was almost suicide to go in. ,use his balot and 'his personal in-'

William R. Hancock of Aucilla, Mrs. W, H. Thomson Jr., and little {
Fla., recently completed flight train- son have returned to their home in
ing at the Pensacola Naval Air Sta- 'Starke, after a few days' visit with
ionan hs en commsior. and Mrs. 'W. H. Thomson and ,Second lieutenanlt in: the Alarine fa l... . : : ::
Corps Reserve. .
Lieutenant Ha i a n, i Fiire rain for the past few days
versity of Florida st-udeut before has made gardens and ops jump,
: :, aiS veillas :weed s and grass, .....:
entering the service Sept. 24, 1942 el a w s .
His mother, Mrs. 11. 11. Hancock, M.r. W. H. Thomson has beeri cutresides in Aucilla. t ng oats on three of his farms this
week, and reports a fine crop.
nt. T. ANtDnEWS
L T ISSIN NAVY The school gave a picnic at Lloyd
:: : ,, ENLISTS IN ;NAVY 3L...
Creek on Wednesday, to the chi]Rufus Thomas Andrews, 17-year- dren and parents. School clpses on
old nephew of Roy B. Warren, Rt. 3; F rida Waukeenh has four pu
Greenville, has been enlisted as an PRESIDENT BE ES VIITS ILL pidaynthe Monticello graduating
apprentice seaman in the Navy's Lidice, Il1.--President Eduard B nes, President Czechoslovakia, is class this year: Phy Thomson. LilSeabees and sent to Camp Peary at shown placing a wreath. on the mon ument at Lid, Ill., a small town an Brown, Jianita R ibon and Wit Williamsburg, Va., for training, it near Joliet, named after the tiny Cz echo lovakia town all of whose am Lynn Rabon. L*-. ,.
was announced in Jacksoaville by residents were slaughtered by the invading' Nazis. :J -Ott
Lieut. Comdr. T. J. Needham, Jr.,
officer-in-charge of Navy recruit- .*..,o -Wf
At Camp Peary, >Commander
Needham said, Andrews will work .
with men skilled in construction as W 1 1
the Seabees are used for' building 1 1.1
advance and mobile bases for the Beans
Navy. rrs JUCT A LTTrL. PU1 oS
So long as. aaolireanetn His preliminary enlistment papers iSo long as a soldier can eao and P CE OF PAPE-R. IUT DOWN FOR
were completed by the Pensacola think up disparaging names fr is itS OUR PASSPORT P67NTy# UNC
equipmentat ti
Navy recruiting station located in iis m wi n l APPINESS AND PL. s
the postoffice building of that city. chow." ih beDON',
A fair run of cattle anid a very
light run of'hogs, .IMonday. Every-,
thing sold fully steady. Some grades
of cttle sold higher than last week.
steers & heifers 12 to 1.0
Medium steers & heifers 9 to 12.00' V
Best cows ----- ------ 12 to 14.00 WD
ed. & Comin. cows ,. 8 to 12.00
Bulls ------------------ 9to14.00 "Chow" pay consist of a well /,
Calves-------------.---.10 to17.50 '~ ~cooked meal or if circumstances deNo. I hogs ---------------- 14.50 mand our fighting men have learned
I to subsist on nationn K," the conogs ----------- .00~sb~i
No. 2 hogs '.-------14.00 centrated food that all of them carry
No. 3 hogs ---------------- 13.50 into battle.
No. 4 liogs ------------ 13.00 With millions of men and women
No 5 hogs ---------------- 13.05 in the services it will require a lot .0
No. 1 Roughs13.00 of War Bond buying on our part to
Heavy Roughs ----- ----- 12.45 keep them happy.
Hev Rouh 'to--- I ---1. U. S. Treasury Department' "'
Feeder pigs ........ 10 to 15.00
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