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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: January 21, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
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Volume 29 Number 31 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, January 21,1944 Price Five Cents : "

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Quarter Horse Show German Senator Ernest Graham Okeechobee Bank Officers Are '

News Of! Our BoysIn And Racing Meet Will Captured Qualifies As Candidate County I' '


Various CampsAt Be Held-in Orlando Gun and Plane to For Nomination for Gov. Reflected. for Another Year At Meeting i. ; ',' < ,, ,:.



Home & Abroad diwpony Orlando will, Jan.get 19-The due recognition Florida Be Displayed HereA Tallahassee Ernest Graham, Jan. of 19 Hialeah-State qualified Senator -. Friday; McNulty Banks Gain In Deposits ..*. 1', 4' i,.


here January 29 and 30 when the with Secretary of State R. A. ,

S, want J D Wilson arrived toOk Florida Quarter Horse Association captured 88 mm. German howitzer Giuy this week as a candidate for 62 of Florida's Counties At the stockholders meeting of r}', j" ,

i-i'hobei' Tuesday' night from I IFI'd'rlck hold Its annual Quarter Horse a captured German Messer- the Democratic nomination for Governor Okeechobee County Bank held at the
Now Have Full-Staffed
Oklahoma and is spending Show and Racing Meet under "40 schmitt fighter plane and an exhibit offices of that Institution last Fri.

this, week visiting his parents, and 8" sponsorship for benefit of of American small arms being Graham announced his candidacy Venereal Disease Clinics day afternoon at three o'clock all 8 ,I "J.'

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson. lie willi| the Central Florida Blood Bank and used in the second World War will several weeks ago and has been officers and directors were reelected _..J

leave Sunday night. to return to other charities be exhibited for one hour in Okee conducting an active campaign since Jacksonville, Jan. 19-Officials of to serve the bank another yeah t ,r -

camp going by Tallahassee where I A total of $810 has been posted chobee at the Park Band Stand at that time which has resulted In the the State week Board of( Health revealedthis 1 Those elected were C. H. McNulty a' .

hi' will visit friends for a few days. for premiums In 12 classes In the 4:00: to B:00: p. m on Thursday Jan. I creating of a powerful statewide organization that 62 of Florida's 67 president; N. Ray Carroll, vice- s' '

I I show a special calf roping contest, 27, 1944, according to C. Ii. Parker. and considerable support counties now have full-staffed venereal president; E. G. Kilpatrick, Jr., "'
Okeucho- disease clinics cashier These officers with J. 0. ,
in '
Fred Boromel arrived and the racer w WiII.ldMunicipal son. throughout the state.
bee Sunday night and It spending In .turd.1 This exhibit which Is made available I Dr. Henry Hanson State Health Pearce,( E, M Meserve, J. M. Roe .
Graham was the third candidate
officer said that this
thirty days here with the Bororrelfamily. fling the I Gun b by the U. S. Army Fourth Serv- represents St., and Allen Markham, compose .
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to qualify for the the othersbelnl
race
about Increae the
United States 100 per cent over the board of directors of the bank .
Fred la In the track Sund Hmd a free "> Command Atlanta and was I ,j
I Congressman Lex Green and
number of clinics functioning at the
Navy and the ship he Is aboard has i[ paii'h l will Jnange Avenue brought to Florida for appearances former Congressman Millard Cald- for the coming year. 'I I
| time of Pearl Harbor
been in North Africa and Italian : A complete report of the. opera .&, .
at noon 1. in 79 towns and cities In three ]i i well. Other candidates who have an -Y
was
waters for the past fourteen months I -V I weeks beginning/ Monday, January 'I'nounced and expected to qualify tion of the bank since it open ;

Fred took part In the invasion of 24, at Green Cove Springs and ending 1 I Girl From AlaskaCan't ed November 20 sbowed the total" .
D. T. Named soon are State Senator J. Ed Bakerof i
North Africa and Sicily during the : Daily Saturday February 12, at Tallahassee I' Umatilla and State Senator FrankD. deposits al of December 31, 1943, ...

latter part of 1942 and 1943. as announced by W. W. t'pchurch of St. Augustine Get Used I were $456,78883, The bank allo'I' I N.If

In talking about the war and the General Industrial Eachern of St. Petersburg Mc'l It to showed a small profit during the a.,. a

Navy Fred says he has been In the I man of the Florida War short time It has been In operation C e

thick of some excitement but has I, Committee. I and are reminded that It will be in Florida Sunshine The statement showed the strong

not been hurt in any of the fighting I Agent of S.A.L. Ry !, The tour will be directly In ,I town Just one hour. Men women, condition of the bank with cash on 4 '

that has taken place. He says he 'charge of A. P. (Pix) Pierson: of boys and girls are Invited to see hand and U. S. bonds totalling J"
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that when he returns to active I Florida's sunshine and breezes area 45674974.
hopes Norfolk, Va., Jan. 19-.The appointment Hastings Director of the Agricultural :| what kin dof equipment the enemyis A
duty after his furlough he will far from the wintry blasts and Combined deposits of the five
of Dallas T. Daily as Division of the Florida War using and come prepared to buy. cry .I
be transferred to the Pacific theatre I I rainfalls which two banks In the headed by C, H. *
General Industrial Agent of the Sea Finance Committee who has just) War Bonds to pay for the weapons 14-foot-per-year group I ,

of war. I board Air Line Railway was announced completed a statewide tour of regional I our men need to defeat the enemy. SPARS from Alaska now stationedat McNulty of Melbourne totaled .t s
1 the Palm Beach Coast Guard December 31 1943, e
today by G. B. Rice Chief conferences for the 4th War I Bond salesmen. will be ready to $7.560,348.41 on ( I

Fort Sill Okla., Jan. 19-(FAS)- i Freight Traffic Officer of the Sea- Loan In which he traveled more take care of your purchases at this training station are used to. whereas the total one year ago was .

Corporal Daniel M. McCarthy, Okee- { board. Mr. Daily succeeds WarrenT. 'than 3,000( miles and contacted practically I rally. Sean-.n Saxon Heath a native of $4,156,646.58. The five banks have I .

chobee Florida has been commissioned White, who was recently promoted every county in Florida i I An officer of the Women's Army ICetchikan: and a life-long resident total resources of $7,960,329.08. "

a second lieutenant of field to the position of special assistant I J. J. Gilliam of Tallahassee Director ,! Corps will accompany the show to of the snow-covered territory, can't The Florida State Bank at Sanford '. h

artillery upon completing the Field to the receivers. of the Florida State Patrol present the vital need for the enlistment get used to the hot sun. reported the greatest gain in "t', .

Artillery Officer Cendidate course I In making the announcement Mr. will have a patrolman and car escort -'I; of more and more women In "In Ketchikan It rains 14 feet a deposits of the group. One year 'ago -. '

of the Field Artillery School. 'Rice stated that Mr. Daily now as- I this exhibit throughout the I the Army; women to release more year What I miss most is not being this bank had 719242.11 on de eo I '

, Lieut. McCarthy, son of Mr. and Distant general Industrial agent be- state. .. \and more men who are anxious to able to put on hip boots and a slick posit. On Dec. 81, 1943-- the figures ."..

.. Mrs. D. B, McCarthy, Okeechobee was I cause of his education personalityand I The citizens of this section are carry these weapons over and to use er and walk in the rain," she says. have grown to $$1,66 884.92 to show .. I' ')f .
of this interesting display them enemies. a gain of $943,64281 In.*ih. 121- < :
r. graduated from the University experience In many phasrt of urged) see against our Her arrival at the former swank .
Florida with the class ef 1943. He railroad work, Is especially qualified .-, ----- Biltmore hotel now being used to months' period. "

" Is a member of Delta Chi fraternity to assume the duties of the head of I train the Coast Guard's 12,000 Second largest gain In deposits ", .

Lieutenant McCarthy has been assigned was made by the Bank of New
o the industrial department.A members of Its women reserve .
,. to the Officers Motor course native of Elizabeth City, N. C., marked the first time she had been Smyrna which showed an increase- of ; "

:' "' of the Field Artillery School, Fort born November 15, 1894 Mr. Daily. Too Late to Classify south or east of Salt Lake City, 78163240.. Deposits one year ago 4'w' ,"

" Sill.l was graduated as a civil engineer Utah.He"rinl. stood, at $1,002,465.60 and on _Dee' 'C

Field Artillery tactics and tech. from North Carolina State CollegeIn 81, 1943.were 178399800., ."'feif ..
of
..niques developed In the Field Artil- the class of 1915. He entered the By Russell Kay 0- Guardsmen the plaints wh she many The First National Bank at. Klssimmee -'. '. "
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'!, '.. Jery School have nroved their l *effeetivness engfnee( (ing department! .of. the ,a. I --: '__ ptayt'aaimpdrtna4- perl.4s thadUeeof Increased ilk.) deposits $606-"l.--...." s, -..'
'the otug'froni'
where 6dtd"ln "gear
battlefront ; .
on every board In January, 1916 soon after- A southwlde movement nominate From certain-Kentucky gave recent ; nearly every Alaskan city and d

American artillery has been engaged ward succeeding to the position of Harry F. Byrd of Virginia for evidence of that. \ \village) for a chance at actual com 042,306.77 on Dec. 31, 1942 to U,- I

with the enemy. Its first test in Assistant Right-of-Way Engineer,\ President, which stated In New Or-\ Just what reaction a fourth term I bat, decided Seaman Heath to enlist 657,972.97 on Dec. 31, 1943.
the heroic battles Resources of the five Institutions
this war was during from which position he resigned to leans recently, seems to be making movement would receive in this I In the SPARS. Her family are old

of BHtaan and.. Corregldor. I( enter the Army during the first headway In Florida as well as In state is a matter of conjecture, but I settlers In the territory her grandfather are! f2,108,969,60New ,

v World War, through which ha served other southern states. I all Indications seem to point to plenty I II having homesteaded there In I 1,865.511.60Klulmmee

Theo T. Turnbull Dies as a second lieutenant. Returningto I of, opposition-much of It from the early 1900'i. Her father is a well Smyrna
I 752,767.12l',737,528.96
Press dispatches during the past 1
the Seaboard after the close
soon
At Home In MonticelloLast groups and areas that would normally known salmon fisher,
. week tell of the forming of "Byrd Sanford
of the war he was for a while assistant "
Week At Age of 62 engineer on valuation. In for President" clubs In Miami and "go along. Labor forgetfulof The states were "too civilized" for I Okeechobee 495,551.74Melbourne
its gains at the hands of the ad- Seaman Helen Long, Geneva, N. Y.,
1923 be was appointed Division Engineer Jacksonville, with sizeable member- Bond Sales High
Monticello, Jan. 19-Thoo T. Turn- at West Palm Beach, Fla., In ships and liberal contributions ministration, Is bitter over recent when she returned home for Christmas During 1943 the banks of the Mo-
for the Florida events farmers growers and business 1941, from a ,wo.year'Itay in Bonds total-
bull. 82, attorney sold War
Nulty
charge of completing the construction I Senator Byrd's public record group
"fed
legis- men generally are up. Kodiak where she was secretaryand
commission former announced by
Railroad afterward maintaining who view Ing $1,32(5,175( it was
of and strongly appeals to those While satisfaction the
Chairman of the State concerning bookkeeper In the trading post.
and
lator the Seaboard's extension to Miami with alarm the national trend toward I C. H. McNulty.
be
conduct of the to
Democratic Committee, died at his war appears She was there when the Navy moved ----V {
Florida. bureaucratic collectivism and general and there is little complaintwith
here last week. in and turned the tiny village of
home Entering the Industrial development bankruptcy. He served with dis.tlnction Columbia RepresentativeAsks L
Turnbull represented his countyin regard to our foreign policy five white persons and 295 Aleuts .
I field In 1929, Mr. Daily served in the State Senate of Virginia the home front administration is a Governor Holland {
the legislature from 191S to 1929 Into a booming war town.
I four years as Industrial secretary was elected Governor at the bitter pill\ that is becoming Increas- To Call Special SessionLake
two ii-sslons In the House and five So she went back, this time to a
for the Jacksonville Chamber orCopmerre. age of 36 taking over the reins of ingly hard to swallow. -
the Senate. He was president] of In Sitka lumber mill. Later
in The remaining eleven of Job a
government In the COMmonwealth letter to
With this nation facing the greatest City Jan 19-In a
the !Senate' in 1923. He was appointed she was with the Army transport
years he has spent in the Seaboard'sindustrial Virginia with a deficit of more Hodges,
Florida Railroad crisis in Its history it Is Indeed Governor Holland, J. B.
attorney for the headed the dpartr ent. This department I I than $1,000,000. lie completely! ro unfortunate thnt bitter politics must service I in Valdez representative from Columbia court .
foe I'i i i..ion in 1927 and I increased Industrial I "I I left Alaska for the SPARS be-


has greatly organized the affairs of State Government calling ofa
Democratic committee ascluirm.in I I be injected at this time. If there ty urged the Immediate
State I the Seaboard I wanted to be on the Inside,
development along reducing more than 100 cause
from 1027 to 1942 when ho I I I were Just some way we could freeze special session of the Florida Leg-
,j by the location of many manufacturing I boards, bureaus and commissions to Seaman Long declared. "We see the of
for dura' leltilla'j
"uoceeclrd T. W. Conely ofOkeei'hoVieo I all political activity the Islature for the passage
by
"'II' six states Guard thre and know how
the I
In Coast
plants 12 departments, with a resultant I jtlon and then do our house-donning up tion to permit absentee voting of
which it serves. Among these art in adn'inlstrative of important It la in the life of the
saving expenses services, a
armed
hull of the be tknown { after the war It would probably be Floridians In the
Tu rn was one life. textile ii ills, hosiery mills, wood- more than $800,600 per annum. He a blessing. people of Alaska. I've seen the privilege that present laws deny
In Florida\ public
men citrus canning I :: Guard bring In doctors and
working plants
reduced taxes increased appropriation (Joast
i i. distinct loss to I Our enemies see In the coming him .
hn a
unit! ra..inll
plants food processing plants, warehouses for public schools more than elections food and clothing to little villages '
Democratic\ party ( their hope of prolonging Hodges contends that the laws
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garment factories pulp and I $1,000,000, increased the mileage of which would have been destitute
-\'- .- --- (the war. They can be depended up- should be amended to permit absentee ,.:
naper mills! and since the beginning good ronds from 4,000 to 7,000, and without them." ,
Coffee i|ion to mnke the most of such anti- ballots to be sent out far I
RestrirMon On of hostilities the department has cooperated -1 retired from the Governorship leaving Seaman Long's bro'hcr George E.
administration sentiment as Is | enough In advance to be returned., t
At Eating: Places Is with the various governmental his successor a surplus of more shown pointing to It as an Indication Long, is with the Merchant Marine. I'In time for counting upon a simple

Entirely Unjustified ages f 'S In finding locationsfor |I than $4,000,000. of disunity and the breakdownof ]Her parents are Mr. and !Mrs William I written request by servlco men or
I
11 IIItar'4 'camps, flying fields In the United States Senate, Democracy. Should the President G. Long, 13U Optical street, friends or relatives with provision

T,,"'pn. Inn, ll- The tendency on ,]iiarterm sters warehouses shipbuilding
tl'" cart, n' for e inst'tutloni to yards and naval Installa\ years, he has distinguished\ himselfby i I meet defeat at the polls, It would undeniably --- V ----- lof anyone In the services reaching ,

lip'it the servings of coffee is en- I None opposing all "blank check" .ap- have a very damaging ef Embry-Riddle- Schoolof voting ace since entry In the serv r'

tn' ',,y' injintl'ipd.\ according to Information -- propjiations, the "court- packing" I feet overseas not only because of I ice. '

released this week by the W. V. tVil' on. .I-.. Tax proposal, and numerous so-called its reaction to our enemies, but our Aviation Will Train State Senntor Frank t'pchurch of

:Nitionnl, Coffee Association. Sup- Consultant \Vill Be In 'social reforms" which were Intended { allies as well.Cnfnrtunntely. Air Men From Cuba Augustine gubernatorial candl- \

pi i<"i i-niiie mostly from Braiil and Okeechobee Feb. 7.11 I to completely change the American tin President, froman 19-Manuel- Canamero |jSt.dnK, also appealed to the Governorfor I II

,ithe shipment difficulty which way of life. Ho has actually International viewpoint, IS the Miami Jan session to consider increased
special
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rniiie.l the, original rationing has W. V. Wilaon Jr. West Palm saved the taxpayers of the United government. Indications are we will maintenance chief of the Cuban All ( pay for teachers, In view of I
his depart .
of
been overcome there Is absolutely hundreds of millions of dollars house-clean- Force and a group
Bench Tax Consultant and Income States have a pretty thorough Miamito Increased state revenues from racingand
no Insis for such re/trictloni and Specialist, will lignin this year havean I through his conslstant fight InK as fur as Congress Is concerned ment heads, have arrived In cigarette tax with considerationat ..
I technical training at Embry
limitation Cafes, hotels and reRtnuI office In the County Commission' against wastlrulne.1S and extravag regardless of whom we elect President take the same time of Increased old

I runts now limiting coffee are doing era' Room nn the Fait Side! of the " in government.This end our hope for the future afar I Riddle School of Aviation. age assistance

no without Justification, officials court house from Monday February growing group of Byrd followers as home problems are concerned : The group will take specialist V

say. to apparently means business rests more In the character of our work on engines aircraft, propellers
7th, thru Flday February 11th,
W. Conely, Jr.,
V sheet metal and elec County Judge T.
instruments,
assist the publir and all taxpacrs on for they are organizing throughout law-nakers than anything else.
The American Library Association compilation and( preparation of income the South and their aim la to assure I In the meantime, while we chew triclty. During the training perlot. J i' Representative W. J. Hendry and.
that a recent survey reveals will live at the school',, Bryant Bowden attended the meeting
reports delegations
I tax returns on a fee basis. He that all fifteen Southern our cud and try to determine what'sbest here they
Stat'e
Execu
Interest among of the Democratic
that while reader Is a former government auditor with shall be Instructed to vote let's not forget that we can at dormitories
users of public libraries shows that the exception of Lt. Caglgit tive Committee In Jacksonville on e'
With
some twenty accounting experience rind (after customary favorite ion least agree on the Celebration of the
fewer books were read last year the past years six years having ballot) keep on voting for Harry F. President's Birthday by supporting and Pvt Alvarez, all are veterans 01:! Monday of this week. Judge Conely s
than In previous years, books chosen Cuban Air Force with servlciperiods' went from Jacksonville to Monticel
j specialized in both private and pub. Byrd for President In the forthcoming the worthwhile humanitarian effort the
are of a higher quality. Readers are lic tax work. Personal or special Democratic National Conven In the fight against Infantile para ranging from 10 to 19 years. lo on Tuesday where he attended' the
books of an educational funeral of'T. T. Turnbull, former
selecting more personal friends of Len J .
appointments can b* trade by writ' tion. lysis. The need Is greater this year They are
or Instructive, nature, It re- Ing him at West Palm Beach. There ,la more political unrest In than ever before and we should not Povey Embry-Rlddle vice-president, chairman of the Democratic Executive

ports. the South today than there has been stop with the "March of Dimes," but who went to Cuba In 1933 and spen': Committee.
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, Little News Ads. pay. big News printing satisfies ," the, coming'national election' U far Dollars." flying for a the Cuban Air Force, News ads are profitable.e ,

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Legal Advertisements Legal Advertisements 1'ne, exception Paul E. Relnho d. terlally lessened the toll by providing "The total cost of the 1943 epl.

QDhrcdlohcc l\US' Floilda chairman for the Natlonn swift medical attention which dcmlo cannot be estimated because

Foundation of Infantile Paralysis. spared many from crippling and many of those stricken will still be
9 I'liknnwn heirs of Gottlieb Irons, d.' \VITMMS: nu hind lull nffli'lnl soul
Published Every Friday by the I "imil of thin Conn thin the .'ilb day of mud, thin week also] lived many dollars patients In 1944 and some for :yean

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Okeechobee News Co., ot Okeechobee ,IIIOMHIH' are unknown. If alive. and I Iikiitixcil If iii\MN WII.LUMS I! ('Jol'k! "Almost 12,000 persons-men, women -

Okeechobee County, Florida. their unknown heirs mid/o nllPil SlntcH OlHtrlit! Court and children-were stricken I
iiHNljcna. whoao luiniea and< ndilrcaaeurn Mont 1 hern IHntrlct( of FlorliliHj "
I unknown: .11111,, .\ Hlnke. Deputy' Clerk' with thU disease 'lant year. Only

BRYANT BOWDEN ............ EdItor Mrs Tllla T. 'rhoroll'lIleo (II Mi.T1KST: 1'.) twice before In the recorded history ; I DID YOU KNOW THAT

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Entered as second class! matter I. I'. I.Inln-rly I-II\\'IX: \\II.II\MS.. Clerk of Infantile paralysia have there

July 1, 1914, at the Post Office In I .I'MireI II. M IHffenhauKh I. Kelirlnir nnJ wife !I'. H, IMntrlit hit nil CmirtSouhern of I"lnridnrhrll been more canes reported ,I

Okeechobee, Florida under the I \yIIl:Itlt-1: 1'4. a ln'lltlnn for eoiiileinmil lit Anna M, \III "It cents about $1,800 to give II :I

Act of March 8, 1879. Inn hue been film) on the Ulli: its v 1"'I"t.I' Clerk .. -.--- year's rare and the Kenney: treatment Denmark Furniture Go.
..r I'ehrunrs', A. 1) 1'JI.I\ In the I nrteistniiH
IilBtrlct Court for the Hoiilhorililstrlit NOTICE OF APrLITATION FOB to one patient. Thus, If all ol
nf Morliln In' tlie I'nlteiliilm TAX DEED
Reading notices In local columns nf .Vtnerli-ii. pelltlniier aitnlim Lava of 1835 the 12,000 putlentt required\ one

10 cents a line Rates for display the nhn\e. linllled clefnllilniitil, praying. Xelmeninlihnlilnr Nnllep In lieieliy: given of Tux that Cirtlflinl.No : thin.. year of cure and this type of treatment -
..ninleniiintlon ('omIM
advertising furnished on applica for'tieutlon i fnr line In upon connection proper wall Till. IKKIIPI Hip 7Hl iln> nf .Illl'; the total eon t'would be $21. A Store In Okeechobee Now?
tion. Classified advertising 2 cents IhnM>II I'nik Hnmhlnv ItiuiBe Tlor.Mdn AI III 11)41.) nml Tax Ccrtlriciile No. ns
500000
mill' fir such, other. uses aa mar lit 177, (email the nth din nf August ( Fortunately, this la not required
each word Insertion. All Items A, I). Vilo, him filed III offleu '
per 'iinihnrlri'il, In' Congress or toy kxn:: ,"MHM HIIIIIP my for the dimes and dollursgiven
regarding enterprises conducted for ,I > Order. ..f the following rlesrrlbedIliude : ban made'" niMillciitlnn for n 'I in ,
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alt little III Ok'el'lllIII' (,'nutitjrinildii .. lie d| to lie (palled time..11. Sold Cirtlflpiite by the American people mllI -
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng 1.1 nit : "lIIh",,' '. the foltnw-lM7,| described WE ARE LOCATED JUST SOUTH OF THE
rates property In I lie I'lull hly I nlIknei .
I UACT 134-i.I: The. Norlbweat Qunrn ( 'ho I MIMlillp nf Klnrliln tll tilt I --- -- ---- -- WESTERN UNION

n'i I he Northeast Quuvlnr' Section Lots 1 to 10 tup, ",,,,'k 3. ,' \,'111Innlcim .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ;
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SUBSCRIPTION RATE nniiilnlng' 1 !tli) 'ncria, more or ItaaI /. Sec 17. 'Iwp. 37, llgp, :m.

One year In advance ................. 2.00 'H JCT 185-L : The South .loll of'' Uer The milil iiHHeMainenl" rerllflinlu of 10011.,111.anld, prnperly. In nn I thHIIIIIP ,' I MOST OF YOUR ;
I tin' HihMi'Kt, Quarter of N, etlnn 2. : A FEW SPEC'ALS FOR THIS WEEK :
Six months In advance ...?....... 1.00 "| inn. .hlt| :1.1 Smith, Itnnici' 32 Hunt: of nknnvn t
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Three months 75' iitiiliilnir nureN
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d.I1I1"u'\ "rII1'1I' In Inw, nropeit ; :
,/I 'I'Hf'T 1! I 1141. The Snntlienat QnnrI '\ FRiEHDS Large
di'Birllinl'' tin'nln xhnjl IIP milil to ,HohlKhpat ,, AMY?
I r "1' the .Nnnhuial' Qlinrter. Sutton bidder" nr Hit CniirthniiHp dn"r i FiberG.osels
Advertising bills are payable on i IIi. 'liinnahlp 3.1 smith hinge 3l Bust) ,
on the !liraIondnt? In the \ "nth .1 ; ,- $9.95
the first of each month.. Parties i nut.linlhtr10" niua. Mare' atlesN.J I"ehrllllr11111 \\lilih" In llin Till hits

unknown to publishers 1 'II H \e I' Hill." : .The North Hall nf of IVIirnnrv, 1MI A"'H: i ; tin chnn e tn.hlll'
required to I
'Un :\orll".1 Quarter Section iin Ihltcd pay In advance. II '1 I..unship. '!H! niittt, Knuge 311: Fast, (Seal) nor R. RAULER in this wu missing" / an opctlencn L dra 4tlac Cifwv $5.95

- _. --.- ----- 'iiinlnlni' ,HO ncrea, more or lean. Clerk Circuit Court nfOkeeihohee I \ou'ij value nil your lirn" ; up
T1IVCT U7, I. The !>?"then.I Quarter County Florida.
., : !in: Smith -- -. Right now In the WAC. you could' !
of S. 'linn 21 Tnvoiablp

Legal Advertisements_ i Innri Unnve 01.1.1: use Knat: containing 1W cores, NOTICE OF TAX APPIir\TION DF.FDLnwe FOR I be doing a vital Army job, Yn r dotes 15cA

'IKVcr: 164.t.The Weal I llnlf of could be retting valuable tinnimr' .
ot 1035Nollii
.NO-TICK OF .\SSI'AL VFFT1XJ llin Virltmeet I./lll1r'cr' of the North- , li Intiliy gl\in thai Okee" eetlnir new people, seeing n, IV ,> each lOe
OF ITOC'KIIOI.DIR Neitlon :37. Tnnnahlps 33 o: ;: .eors -
OF I tint Quarter ,holipp,, nrpnrntPil, hnliUi} of Tnx plnccs while ,
serving country
OhF.ECIIOBFK COUNTY lIlMi ,nth. 111I11":1: : Knat containing l0! ,CirtlfldlliH NiH 1 1' 2'i! ; 211! |,Kill.I your A

The aiiiinnl nl.'rting of the Stock- tier, M, more or leaa 'the :Ird diinf 1nlA.. D, KlilU him More Wars are needed at onc. '

In,Mere of Okee..In.bee County Bank a I TltVCP 1031- The Northeast Qiuir- I'll.il mime, In m 11'nt.> nfflii : )Ins nmdc upplli'iillnn Get full details about elixlbilitvtralnlnir .1, Baby Wriages. $26.95
lamed\
banking ciirpnrnilnn under the laws 1 ier nf the Scnithwcit Quarter, Section fur a Deed rut he
nf the State of Klnrldn nlll he held I 'Innnahlp 34 Hnuth unngu 3'l: East, thi'ienii. Xnld (11'llft"I1I"IIhrn) ,'" the pay, the jobs Waca do, how :
mi Prlilm' the 11th ilnot January Mintiiliiliig 4U aerea. more or leal. fnllnwlnif ,defcrlln (iloppltv th thefatally
.\ I H;. HH4, at three n'r!)clock In the nftirnnnii : of Ok"'h"III" StlllB of riot thev live. Do to the nearest U. S.I I I
nt the nlnie nf Imalneaa of TU\CT 1711\.I-' The Rest Half of the ilu. to ?nit: 10.1
. 'till corpornilnii' In the Ctof\ Okeeili Virtlioint Quarter nf the Northeast Lot 21. HPP, '. '1'\\ |I'. :31 hg3:1: Army Recruiting Station, Your
'
\ :.hoe:" (Florida i : ,nt nhleh, lime, or at I Jnnrler.. Mectlon 13 Tnnnalilp 84 I.nl 1,1: See. 111 'ru'|p. :11: iI ti'C1: cnl! pout oftue will five you the 4)d.I! ]I
tin time to ", hl"' snlil meeting Sill,, 1 ili. Paige 3,1 Bnat coiitnliilng 20 I Lot, ii. SOP. :I r ilvp ::11. life :MIt :
1 I", niljniimed a Board nf Iilreetors mar for I ,KI.. YT1tAC'1'. inure or It.... .nt I I. KOI. :Ill 'w fu 14. Hun, :'II: ,lro'ss ) Or writ : The Adjutant II I Ifittirnl w

,iin natilnir ) cur will lie elected and I 130. I, : The .:lIlt half of the l The ese esainoat of said property un- ; RoamI II ", Munittor- ,I! DENr ARI(1S
,Ipr Knlil Cet'Illli 1 '11114 IHHIII VIIH ,In,
(,..r the transaction of inch other bullii \nrtln-aat Quarter of Koulhtnat Qnnr
"s. that mm properlytime' before I'r, Scetlon 14 Townahlp 44 Snutb the ,inline tit't' II. .Inlins .\. M w' RllilIIII' 'V1 --101"1'1.. n. ('. Do it k ju
>.i"dl,I matting1 Inline 'III\: Kiint cnnlnlnliiK :20, IIpr,'.. irlni. \\'. Cknlln. and, .1"",., |ph oiln\; I I

Oiled nt Okenehohee 'Florl<1l1. this inure "r h.... ;I'I"II'II"'r I

-T'h n'lirporate i\n\\ of HIM Jeal ember) .1. II, IMS: I 'IHVCT Illl I. TheVeat of the Half 8 Im Smithweat Quarter the I I

OKKKCnnBKE Bv F:. C.COfNTV Kllnatrlck B\NK, Tr., I ,.nut !lllllrl..... Hncllonl 21. Tnwinlilp .11v.ntli scribed highest bidder therein at shall the Conrthouie be anld to door ___ __ __, u. -- .... .
20 --- - -
cuiitnlnlnir -
ni\: Knat.
Itnnicc the first Monday la the month of
Cashier all '- -
__ I ,\nim 111.He or leaa I I1IIVIT Vlmiury. lull vhl. h \I. Hi. 71 h 01"1 r
l I. The East half of HieAisl if *
111M Kel.nmn 11141.
, ()TICK OF INTENTION TO lilt I \ Half nf the. Nort heist Qunrtir nfho Itllyd; : \stile:' "III:: il i.i\. nf ,1 ,lllll IM 1 1"M"I

LAND Rnntliweat Quarter Hoetlon 2':'. (Sill) not n. nitiEiisoN. i
I IIt'1 I
MVriCE. IS ,TIKUKBY GIVES that 'I loniihlii III Mouth. Knnge 33: Kml.nl ('ark Circuit Court of' '
su t.i ii'iiiin l'i di Chapter I I.. iliiln? 10 acre more or leaa Okeechobee County FJorliUt '
_'''1"r Florida, Arts of 1041
II 1 Chiiiier UT1T. Laws I IFI 'IliVCT 11)111. : TheVeat half of
I \ nf, iron: na amended \l'.1 l llnlf of the Southwest Qnnrler.f NOTICENotice .
I h, 011, 11'i i 'n.ter SMriS t.nwt oft Un, Northeast Quarter. Socllnn 2,1 aw-
...II" Vill the followingI 'l'i." II."h'| 'II Hniitli. Hniigi38: ]';II.t. is hereby given tint il J II t mr

I "r I In Okerr'h"beu County, Hilnliilnit' '' 111 ,in'n'a. more or Kaa x4 o.. __
Board of County Coin,i I' l laiiomiDkrevhobve > rr
I 11.1". I II, IISVCP: \ 2it21.1 'I'h"t Ilnlf of
\\I. ofVi', of NT'i; Sec. II In, s.ntiiu.Ht' Qlinrter nf the !gniilli (loJnU, Florida] w ''I'
:' l' i nitlnn 23. Tonnahli\ : I I
1
Re.l.f.r 1 i/ntiiiir @W MU@ ::
C
II'll "ff .nle nt pnhllei 4.nth' 1 Kinu'i I :'II" 1'ntit. inntnltilnir, 'JO! receive sealed buU for the purehnby ffi

II i I 1" the highest' and beat pn.h'I II ,'Hill III"!". lOr Iu'sa.'I.Ifif'I said Board, of One Ford I'' ton I
l ,< l i ,ert to the rlirhl of the Board I I The Vnrlhweat Qnnr
'nl
!
nr I', mlMlam nf i\erElndea Drain i r if tin c'"' Nncllmi, Truck 131 inch chaala with stir k 1 a44 ,yLrI
a u" niitriot In releit nay and all S"nlh. llnnitn MIns I Iten GS V@eRR
: '
'' 14
inuiihlp, at
i,,nl", at the Courthouse" beginning nt : more orIlKH cleaner and filter fully cquippn',
40 niiex" "
: : nliilnliig'
in nn, clock, A1.. nn the llrd day ofI' o'clock A. M. February I. 1 1'1', i
I 'UOrl'. 1A44, Ilnwini: fur drainage ;
,,IU'1,, I re.' ntunlluo ,and road TIIVCP' : 2IW! !, The 'SmilliMeiil Qnnr- at the Courthouse In the Clt t.,' oJkecihobcc '
" ,ill he r"'r"1. IIUrI'OIO.1 I ,ii, r of, the; Knuthweat Qnnrler, nf the ED@tr .
B0\ttl> OF COVMISIIONBTl1' I' Niiillivi.st| ()nnrl..r, Sectlnn ::1'f"wl1 Florida.

OK r."I'"OI.\lmS niUIWAOBniBTHICT lilp, !'II Smith, Itnngt8:1: Knat innlnlii' The Board reserves the riirht; I.' ,
In0'1'.'. more or I.',..
1111"
IiRoy It. Itauleraon 'ell\"r 1 J11: I. The T mt pelf "f the reji 11 any and til hid, *. j
C'J<'rk of the Clvinlt Court ofOkaei1iol.il Nnllhxv.Ht; Iln'Irler' nf.the' Nnrllit'ilsttjiiniter ,
E:. DRVDY
c.
CnnutKlnrldn, ; the linat: llnlf of the Snitbi S
nn nirent for said B"nrd. t if"n'lei nr tbn N.irthcriHt Quar Clniininn Board of Coun'\ \
By Roiliioiiln| I'enw Deputy Clerk li'r nml I he Wiwt Half of for Smith.
I nf the N'lirlhciiM (Jiinitr"ll Co.niinaloiiers.. '
. / 5Jf..LaaUT t 1 ..T.ll" ],1 j1ru: ':Dial Q, .'. ijtinriir. : .. 1.;. it: 4'U1r' '1'111n" J"RITtl"! ,.y fla.t.I.. ... 11<''''.. II/nr./ '" >oriKi 1 *" 1

l'I.01UO.\ '.\ II\'ISION V4 DkeiM..liiinee tnnntv, tl Iii., .'"11. 1?, lllll '
1 M'1'"l II W""' \'ns: III1 ,VII":Ill 'i.I .\. 'I 1'1.11': .'II I 111,' Pnltll, sly" HI rill NIIIKK: i IS nniiinY: : nivns thntlitivsinint Z'F .
I '''Wlr. I 'I f' tin \\ "HI Hull\ "f the \;oirlinilI'nirtir l to Srrl i Him 1)) of Chiniter /Z' I II
nf tin Sniitimii.t Quuitori [sjjll. Lawof FI..rl'ln.1'\. !
1 111" "ii I \MI Mom 1 : on I/i.n; "> 'I 1 "...",hll' :tl Siilth UIIIIU-P known n* Iin. JI.It'lIr! \\1', the' 1Il7'1 .
ii I I > i I IN' oM'.nrmmnB: : : 4att: ?"i lilllNif, ;,, NIisms. Ilirtit, onlliK iliHcrllml lit tit, In Ok ,cliol.ee'niinti.
,
i 'i : Dl' I'l('OHIDA. I I' o. I ( "rinrliln. will IIP offered fnr I
\ > 0 > \ ''. in: AI.., ; 'HIM "I' 'J-1 L' \ ",'f h r"4)nrres", of ; tale nt ptibtk ,,"I pry for the hls'ii ft' I i. h

I viiilthwist, Iunrlr' i "I I I"l ihttl.at (lull' mil I"t rash lilil, itnlijeit to the rlirhlf > t I.! r
', I I t.i,r if "'onlln\i I 'I"'r." spitlon J, the, 'rl'ltal/'t'N of Hie Interim! lit 'I'I I : (
'II ( Itll T, 'll\MI.hl |" ::1'' S.llll 11":1'1. : I'.IHt: "r"'II". nt Feud 1 lit rcjecl I nm' and flit I
i ,i 0 4)'y." lull\ I ? ant t ,ilnlnir' I e i l'ee< ninre, or lien.'I'It.tl"I' mis, n, t tinCmiit lloiiae" nt 10 A M r1 .:
1'Iridn, of the tin 'llh dnv of Kihrunn l 1111 l lI I
llnlf 1,11
; ; \\v| i 'l.-rl.. I I'.1' I 1. 'I I It' 1'/1"/ l
"I HIP *HltlltliMliiinilir I I : ,?,It'll"r, i ,rind, light of \\-iv 2H I
Not Mini'
I: MI I I Hepuu \ ...rk nl g.inll.r
:II 'ipf wllt.11I l b e reserved from am
if s" 1'1| : 1 Inwimlil)
'
: I .I. '"i ,. \TIONI *>",nth Uiiiik'e :! I'IKI. iniitnlnlni, ; ':'ilH ', ,purr'I. I i hi "",1'h'IIo'h there la an. I d: 1
\lslnu stii.' It'in! nnd 111. In I 1,11,1 I'mil.n
I; ,01 U'UISG- II: 1 II eS mill, nl' ll''rti .
.. | .lli llnl' I < of0 IIIIIH nr iii" '
'I I'D' i'i "> i'ii: \i"r "27 I I' 'I'IIPVi tt llnlf Hnulhnml ; nfli lit h' In niii' hilt, I f ill |1" tloh nlll' no' '
As ; "nthi'iml' Onarter of the bine fnurtlm nl .iih.r,' min'rt115 will t I.
II -n-. ".1 r" -I I I.1 Qlinrter. Million 31. Tn".hll'1| : :reserved: .
01" .1 I I'll i ,,,mil, linn" :.1 I'IIHI: innlnluliifr 2i tutI' All) Hilt 1 I" 111 I In., ( I I' .. 'loin' Jl! ,n., > I
.1 I\ I II( I i I 1'1" i ,rest more fir .lies 2r.Ilk II I and tits 2(1 to :10 ""'. hilt, 1nthlninl '
lot \I' d 1 -t r tMl I 'I'I I- .\r"r >m I'h.\ .. Hint llnlf, of <, 'I1ilrht| X I II of :NW i '
I II I ili' Nnrthinst Jnntlnr" '.r IIiNorth HEl/l iTrnpl 11 See. \It. 'l\\i| :II 1 U; i-i, .' :
'
"1 .,1 l I I i .., I'I I (Jinrtpr. Si'iilon,, It. Tn\viinlili, :.I I. Ill' i. 1 In 10 I lie. :5,11111,1: ,I., I I k T '
I i M 1 I i lift. ...nih' Unngp :'n: Kmt:: poiituliitiig, 20 llplu-lilM H ll of :NT.V) of sii/; ill. ,otKPP f :
.1,, i In 1 1I I".1 i. n Mines or !I.'*., o. Twp ill. KKP :i.iAll I
-I i I' ", I'li. i iI T It,4)'1' 844 I. : The Hotillumaf" (Jnnrlir Blkii 1 In 111 Inc ii lie |1,1., l'i ,, '
411 aid 1 : (Ilk :a; I Is': 1 1to ,
I I.". I i- -i 11'1 1 I, li"\ nf I HIP II""tI"t CJnnrtnr, S.'itlnnfi 50. Blk J : lulu dl.
I I I- tit I h,. s. ,il.' ,1i Towimhlp 31: H.'iilli. Kiiiittp 3.1 Bnat.i II I tutu? 'II t"1:\ Im. H" 111: ,li, ,,t" I9S I
i 1"1 ii+ ,>' K 'I I .ith, hi"i I and all : '.'I' I. HIP Ka.t Hnlf of tinHniiihneal -
"I'\ thr 'irfh er un- I Qnnrter nf the NnrllieiiBItJiinrler. "ee J. Twp 34 Kgo 31TKI'HTKK I
or HIE I IVIIMIN: I iIMI'HOVIIMIJVr
d. Heitlon It. ToniiHliln :34
"r '
: 1'1')0,1'I 01 Till I
rh I I I i hnpnp!' KnliauH.Hi !a.iiilh, Itiinue :3.! Kmt, tontiilnliig 'JOiieren. STATI\ : or.. 1'I.Illtll'\.

i n.inra, Kanaaa.l'i ,morn nr lea Itnv H. IIl1l1h'",," .\7rh1'rit; *' >. ,
.' I i I., .1.Itth', Vltt. Ne TIIAOT 2411 I. : tin-: Kant Hnlf of the I. I Fund (II." 'o'. In.In.( i c'""it' t
Lr I INl Mtnt llu'1..t'Uitnrlef of the Knntliwi b'I"11,1:1.;
J'. "I. ,:"I il E\ 'IIIK tltreet I IJniiiItnii II.tl Inn :i. 'Tn\Mtmtl' | ::14 !Hmitliiue Ih :oplnnnn' | !I'I'IIHI'.
III.I.'I, I I.IIa 'U Bunt: eonlnliilng' 'll IIPIIHnml --.---
1'. I lug Htrri't, IirleunI I 'i' nr It.... NOTICE OF INTrNTION TO (SELL;
\l 1,1,, 'l'11.1f"1' 2IW t. : The Went half i>f the I,ANDNOTICfi Y6I
Mil I '.,'dlIh Ailinlnlatrntilxj HHKCBY GIVEN that
< ",,1hw.t ()lIlIrl'r nf the :.NnrllieinitUnnrler. II ,
I Kill, '" j W Bedell demised, ,Sfillnn. 10. Townahli 14 Smith Pnraunnt to Srpflon 13 (I), Chapter
Vim, ..,11. Illliuila.llnanlee llniiL'e( 31: Hunt. onnlnlnlnu 20 ncie J0fl.1i.:; Lnwa nf Florldn Acts of 1BI1. I II
Bulnll Ilnl,'hklas. 11)11 Ml
n ore or less, and Reetlon C7 Chapter 1I71T. l.aw I
II.ll-U'V Ktrml HeliillM Is. : tad
nf Florldn Actt of 1111 n OmAn
It'iwiird riinr. .I''i l.iinalng Street THACT 2KI: 1.The Bant unit of theNeol1)wti.t hv Section It Chtipter 2DIS3S: I.nwa ol I '
of the NiirtlieiiKtlimit
t n ri ton, Mil.hliMii. CJninier Florida' Aetn ef VIII.! the followingdrst'rlhed I 1I
:34 ,
.1 II, Kit tirt'r, 1'lngah town 'ter, Hcillnil 111 'lowinhlp" InnIn\ Okeeehohee County. rI
v linn C linnltx. :Illt: :, N. Liidule Hniith. llniiKP :m Fast tontulnlnit, 21)tn Florida, to.wlf I L4
\I I II IIPllpull. MlnneintnA 'ri>.. more or ,leanTHACT Iot 7. Illk 11. : I.m, 1.. Illk IV I(,,,I,
l'ii. Thulium ; I I. O. Mhiincfclt. 2-.T; I. : Tho Kant bolt of 1.. Hlk 114 CIMi"I'I Ilkeiilioliciloin I .,
I 4)g flue NebraskeONI'nr HIP "K.inthi'iKt Quarter of the Niirlh, 11 and, 1.1. Illk :HI lily nf ilk iibobie
Pciloraen. t'J34 fortieth Ave. neat (lllll ,',,'r. SIM,Hun 1<. Tonnalilp :illlonlli. I > X rJ

\II' lie polls. Mlnneaiitii, I 11111111":1!\ Lair, t'oiitiilnlnii 2'in. i .", ,17. ink 1 t and Lot 7 II k 4" '
.\ A. 1'nhouiLYeNI II"\\Hlev. III... ."re s. more nr lees. 4, Imrln \dilltlnn, Ml of 1"I I' 1\
.1. .1 ,V .1. S. I'nvn, HIS North tilthn.nl 'l'It.'TII: I.: Tin' Went Half of HIPSunbeam M.4: of \tij: Sic .'II, Twp :,7, flu :11 I
t l Nnrthwnnil. Inwa. Qnurhr of the NoiilhenHtiiitirter Lot it Illk I mill Lids,, I. 4. "i. 11
< '1111'i em,., |.'.. llnii'nid' \. A.Lima Sei'tl'.n) Illl TimiiHhlp :I4 I ,mil,I 1. talk 11. Railroad I \ilillllnn, M H II'
smr Uoute, Leilngton, :Neb.Mra Mouth Halt go :n Kant, coiitiilnliiK, I .2lltn \\'i ?' :,1'tl: nf *H:' SPI 11. Twp t\ 1I
Kiln I J' I I', I I.'inn" \, Adiiina I i 'ti 1 in.ire or 10-... 37, Hge 31
War Hunt. Lexlnt tun. Nnb I.ota 7 It nl S. Ill It 2J'l! I'II>' i.f II ." I
liim-H Wllann. Ill E. Mildred Avenue, I THACT, 2(1.1( I. : Lots 2. 3. 0 nnd 7 I ..hill"oo I
,M.I '1 u. dlilu In !Block Hi of Tounnlte nf IIPPHII (in.conlliiff ."- Lots 7. 10. II imil, ) I U! Illk 11 Wrlirht -
'11 < l.;ih,..lluINoii.\ 411 1 IVh Are to idnt ot Die Soiiiliprn, I First Adillllnn M I) lasted In <"' il II BONDS
Isle, Patterson, X. J. 'olonUnllon\ ( nniptinj, dated Jnniiim lids 7 nnd I N. Nt-r 22 I'w p' 37 Hire :'II I
\lr..11..... H. Bnumnil. 41.1: lath I". I'll., and recorded In flat Hook 1. 1,0'; 't I '' ,.t ."' III' .1 I II.. .1 I ,
.\\nlllle, I'llttertnn N. J, tinge 70 Pulillp,\ 1 Ui'ioriln of lini'eoln lloolh, Fl herle, Met22! Twp :37 Hiri :t 11 t'AV. 1
Klincr F, .mid t(4.. Vnlli Uoute 2, County) and being the :North twothlrilH \\" l., nl| I.i 4 iik' inn cn| i.f ok"
'orfolk'brsska)' of nn nere of the SoutheiiMl ,.liniipi.Will.
.iiinrter of the Northwest jimrter nf be offered for sole nt niihlle nntcrv 1
.
.. Box \ Cblppenn
ail -
1 I.
.
Waller .r II"a
the.. Northeast Qiiurli-r of the North for the highest and\ beat cash bid
I'll I In. Win.Murlnn went gniirter, Sect Inn 13: lunliablp .11 miMoct to the right' of the Hoard nt

("'. Dnlil Imkotah Hotel Month. Itnnlr"1 :u iiBt.:, foil Tnlmlnnerii' i>f l F.;" rlflnI"| a DrainageDistrict 4TH WAR LOAMLORIDAMOTORllNES

Fargo, North 1'nkotn.llertram TIMCT 2HII\ 1. : Lot 7 In Hlnek 2s nfTnwimlie to reject anv nnd all bids at '
3, ]11erKnrsnn. livkntah Ilotil nf Ifc..11 iiccnr.llna( to pint the (',,",.thnllle. lieglnnlng at 10:00(
1 h'nrun, :North Dnkotn. nf HIP sniiihern CnlniiUniloii, ('oiiipanv o'llnck' A.I, on tin .'Hi day of ,.'c' 11\0l\ey tovldn'tR
1'I'arl I,. xtrlfert Iiokotnh lintel 1 tinted Jiinnnrx 11 IIII.' and r..r<>r' 1'0'1 i I':e im" i !fir, .Irnlnnii'i' nmlreclamation } Your wrbuY csi
h"
Kiirvn. North I'nkntil.lemile I'llll Honk 1. I'''If e 711 I'lllillc, UeioriU ,. and road (mrpo... will he .Member E.DOhf

V, llHruerann Iiekotnh Hold ol' OHpenln ('''"lItyl I nii'l hi'lng the reserved, Pinch of ,tai provideS
I.orlto.o..rtb nkola. :North one sixth of nn ",'re III the BOARD OF rOMMISSIONETH! a to D ?
OF FVFnOrUJES: : DBAINADB the
Mra. Anna llerirerHii. Dekntiih Ilnte.1 S'II.I' t Quarter of Sonthweit ijnnr'er DISTRICT ; \OS' 'hroUgh ro'.ct _
.
nf .NorthWPHt Quarter of Smithwent \ qr. .
Fur( o, North Dukuta.ilcorire Quarter of Heitlon 13, Townahlp BT: ROY U. RArLERSOV. n.eds of w lov.l IUYd.os .r.
ImnnifilVatunllet.. Clerk of the Circuit Court he
J. ,
34 Smith hangs 3.1 Hunt; n
.
Mldilgan" of Okeeebohee (County Florida and Icene'h"1\ liborallyl
SillT"lttJo'nIlE, cominnnileil aa agent far said \
Mia I Mnllle' Hunk, 1210V. MncniiStreet von are
Decatur, 111. to I lie and appear In the Tnlteilstntna \ Board'! 10ndSIUY
4 lilxtrlit Court fnr the SouthernDlntrlet ny Rophronla Pease Deputy Clerk War
Route ,
Iu. Marv Ilnna I'liiinl. Florldn, -
I nf Florida at Tninpn.. .
Kearney Nebraaka on the 'xth ,iluv of ....rl1."J. A, If. Infantile ParalysisTo
F.inll Fm' 'ha 1707 bitfield Road, I 11)44 by filing your written claim or
Pasadena. California. ''oll.w..r. either tn person or by nttorni'V. the People of U. S.
aaalgna of the fol title or
,' and/or and to allow what rlvbt
1"111'101ler.olla., deceased, or believed Interest you have or rlulm' In or to
to he deeenaed whose names and addreHHea Hid property and to show came whyIt Jackaonvllle, Jan. 12-"Epidemic!
unknown: taken for the urea I
are should not be
heirs of lutes \1. E. Bed"II. dectaaed.llelra and purposes set forth In said petition, ,' must be paid for In cash an well aIn .

of OUT W. Bedell doteaaed.tnknowu and this rout are not to omit" upon deaths and Buffering, and the 1 Jl M m
heirs of Andrew Wilson penalty of being barred of all claim
"",'ealled. and interest In and to sold lands. and 1943 outbreak of Infantile paralysis,
of homer Wilson, 45- of having judgment( by default entered
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POLITICALANNOUNCEMENT tendent of Public superln.1 r ,
Okeechobee County In the

'ratio Primary In May. W. V. WILSON, Jr. I ,
You vote and support will be ap. ;
predated TAX CONSULTANT I FOURTHt : y

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE CARL T. DURRANCEFOR Auditor-Notary Public I :

LEGISLATURE I
MEMBER OK SCHOOL HOARD g \ ,
I wish to announce that I am a DISTRICT No. 2 :
WILL BE IN OKEECHOBEETo j
candidate for re-election as Representative I wish to announce that I am a Ij WAR LOAN DRIVEn i'
In the Florida Legislature :
candidate for reelection as a member
of Tax
Assist Taxpayers in preparation
for Okeechobee County In the corn- of the School Board from District -

In; primary election. Your continued No. 2 for Okcechobee County. Returns On n (I V

support will be appreciated. I will appreciate the continued vote MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
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W. J.-(BILL) HENDRY and my district.support of all of the people of THURSDAY FRIDAY. \: United States Government 'i.' '\

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IX THE W. D. COKER FEBRUARY 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th
LEGISLATURE ASSESSOR ;: Asks Everyone to Subscribe to the 4 1

I herewith announce my candidacy FOR TAX

for member of the State Legislature I take this opportunity to announce County Commissioners Room, East Side Court Fourth War Bond Drive that is nowI

from Okcoehobee County, that I am a candidate for House Write P. O. Box No. 532, West Palm ;
State of Florida, subject to the will re-election to the office of Tax
Beach for appointment I :! unfer for the Sale of Bonds.
ef the people In the Democratic primary Assessor subject to tjie May pri II I : way
of May 2, 1014. '

Your vote'ind, 'support will\ be appreciated mary.Your. voto. I and support will be appreciated. Former Government Auditor-Fees Reasonable : IVe are cooperating in this drive F

PHIL Y CASON ROBERT LA MARTIN
\: wholeheartedly and urge each person -
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FOR SHERIFF OP OKEECHOBEEC FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

Ol'XTYI DISTRICT No. 1 G5oi): I ; to assist in
.1J6z. ; every way. J ,
wish to announce that I am a I wish to announce that I am a
candidate for the office of e'J I candidate:! re-election to the of- M
of Okeechobee County in the 1 flee % f fmmtv fpr Commissioner, from I Your' TIKES SMOOTH OR HEED ; Our Bank is now in position to ,I .,

eratlc Primary election to he hi :District No 1 for Okecehobce Coun- I

May, 194J. I nerved at State t. i'y in the Democratic Prli ,ary May deliver "E" Bonds to those who'want i it
Q REPAIUl; G? :
Warden for eleven yearn andthat .. T will appreciate the vote and I ,
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J I gained experience that will i support of everyone : to buy them. ">
greatly benefit me In the sheriff's I B. C. SWAIN ro ,
office I solicit your vote and I :' I
sup it
port In the coming primary and If I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Have the work clone by Humphries at Fort i I' ) ar

elected to this Important office I I DISTRICT. 2 Pierce. Nine years experience-one of the south's : m :;nn

will servo the people of th County I wish to announce that*I am a finest .y,
to the best of my ability.R. candidate to succeed myself as a plants. I Okeechob86 tn
I County
E. (BOB) PADGETT member of the Board of County We have just doubled our capacity opera : K
Okeechobee County -
Commissioner". of 24 hours daily and can give prompt service. We
FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE! from District No 2 subject to the I

COUNTYI a I will of the voters of Okeechobee have plenty'of best tirade! truck and pas en
take this opportunity to announce County In the Democratic PrimaryIn rubber No rationing certificates now required. I Dan <
that I am a candidate for 'I May. I will appreciate the vote

-the office Of sheriff of Okeechoboo and support of everyone. Large stock new passenger, truck and trrn .
County In the Democratic Primaryto W. F. WALKER Phone 15 !
LO!' tires and tubes.
bee held in May. I will appreciate '.
your vote and support FOR ':' COMI1SSiONERDISTRICT [; i I
i OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS : ;jJII
.. MORISE THOMAS No. 3 i
I .take this opportunity to announce Call or write : I C. H. MeNULTY, President N. RAY CARROLL: ,'Vtes-PteilJent i iIC '

FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE that I am a candidate for reelection SP E..G. KILPATRICK, Cashier ;
COUNTYI : I to the office of County UMPHRIES TIRE & RETREADING I I.II .
E: M. Meservc! J. M. Roc, Sr. J. 0, Pearce Allen Markham
take thin opportunity to announce Commissioner for Okeechobco County 1T,
that I am a candidate for the I from District No. 8 In the Democratic 1t

Office of Sheriff of Okeechobee Primary be held May 2. Twill : COMPANY I ,;, Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit

County subject to the will of the appreciate your continued votoanil 1 Phone 139 Fort Pierce. Fa.! ft I : Insurance Corporation
voters In the Democratic Primary support. i i ,. J
May 8. X will appreciate the vote I ERNEST IIIU.HRD ___ I ,. .. .c.11\,'< 1 ., .. >II #
__ -h. .' I o/.1n rt ""nf'W'\On:It'r "0 :: :: : '
I and .support of the people of the -v 1---. __ r. (' ( \ ,.f-; ----- -- -- --- -- .--
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FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:
county. I
DISTRICT No. I
J. A. ABXEYFOIt I
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," ',' I take this opportunity to announce .. tI
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I candidate for reelection
SUPERINTENDENT OF j that am a I
t asH rne",tr'"of the Board i
INSllU'CTlOV-!
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1'UBLIC I
".3: ,.: Commissioners from
gf County
'r I take this oppoitunity to announce1 i
! County Commissioners District N'o.
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.'...,............,..:0.........."..........,....................................,....,.............' Democratic Primaries In M iy I will
appreciate the vote and support of
j Gilbert TheatreOkrecbunre I the people of the county.C. .

E. DRAWPY
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Friday and Saturday
SCIENTIST:

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On TheTrail" "TRI'TH" Is tho subject of the
"Twilight
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In Churches of Christ, Scientist,
throughout the world on Sunday.

Jnnuary 23.
William Boyd The Golden Text Is: "Ascribe K
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greatness unto our God. He i I. the

I "Night Plane FromChunking" Rock, his work Is perfect for all

I his ways arc ,Judgment: a God of r ;
Just and / -
truth and without Iniquity --
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right Is he" fDoiit, 82:8,4): "a;: fG4tfIK > rTliAt r oypaeiatc rw'? u..u

Ellen Drew Rob Preston Among the citations which com-
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l 10 the following
price| tho Lesson-Sermon
Also; :NEWS' from the Bible: "Then said
I Lufl
Jesus to those Jews which believedon
I f
him If ye continue In my word
i Sunday & Monday I then are ye my disciples Indeed: YUn'atioed

And ys shall know the truth and

I Ed. G. Robinson and I the truth shall make you free

Glenn Ford"Destroyer" (John 8:31,32). I
-IN- Tha Lesson-Sermon! also Includes
tho following psssaRC from the
Christian-Science textbook "Science ''' 7
viYe. PC "' ,
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id"Health with Key to the Scrlp- i ', jl .
IE1UCA" JJL U rv.tA .. ..
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real spiritual
;: understood their I :
. j II \L .MclXTMIE AM( BAND source to be all blessedness they Jfi' In fertile fields and groves along the are working night and d",y to provide the

woti.ld strangle for recourse to the I Florida East Coast Railway, crops are maturmaximum of fast, dependable: rail tran:Forta- .

Wednesday Only "iritualnd be at peace; but the : \., ing for harvest golden, sun-ripened fruit tion for those products. :'.
the error Into which mortal )
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deeper
? "' of luscious vegetables food rich
mind Is plunged, the more Intense I acres green Despite shortages in agricultural manpower

"First Comes lite opposition to spirituality till 'I in health-givinq vitamins, essential to a nation and equipment, Florida East Coast

erof.. -'fl'.1d.. to Truth". (p. 329:28- I" i. at war. farm production has increased 23 percent overLong

Courage" 31) V IN", freight trains rumble past, over the the previous year, as measured by the tonnage
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I Florida East Coast Railway, speeding that food handled by the Florida East Coast Railway,
.
WITII 'Tn..tantllt; paralysis strikes In the
I to distant markets and military supply depots. and there is no slackening in effort. ,-
Merle Oberon fur'nliouBe;ss well, as the city apart. Jr' "
Aherne ment. No _ene Is safe from his attack Today, Florida East Coast growers and The men and women of the Florida
Brian ,
and all must, contribute their dimesaniI"nolUrs shippers are working night and day to produce East Coast Railway are proud of their part in ',
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E Also DIZZY DETECTIVES-Comedy In the campaign this more of the East Coast's famed winter vegetables the fast efficient rail distribution of this now ;o. '
year.;to_ item his onslaught.ELECTRICAL :.;.....
S BINGO NIGHT superior juice-ladened Indian River vitally needed, vitamin-packed, Florida

:: V oranges and grapefruit, now in greater demand puced food. It is being transported at the proI"1fft : \

Grand Prize: $70.00 I gip'! than ever before. Today, too, the men war rate level despite greater costs and

Coming Attractions WORK I ,;!' and women of the Florida East Coast Railway power shortage. jI' .' .

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"1>RESESTl"CABIN: G LILY LADY""SALUTE MARS""DUB.tRRY ,!. EVANS tt -Sis- FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY .
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