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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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F neral'Serviccs Sett Hendricks, Another Field Record Fortress Last :' \'I.-S. C S. HeldInteresting L Over, L. Stuckey Outlook Gratified In Farm I Funeral Services For Lieut. Donald G.


For W. S. Pearce Week- With 5000 Hours I Meet And 'Agricultural Areas I Barber Who Was Killed In Plane Crack-


: uhr+ng, March 2-A Hendrickil'u I I'aliokeo, Feb 29L.. L Stuckey, I

Held In Sebring Id Fortress set another record Tues. Afternoon undulate for Congress. from the Up Will Be Held Here Tomorrow 2 P. M.

last week "Limited Service," prideof II, wi)' created Sixth District, exliii'SHed -

the 453rd Pilot Training Squadron ..- gratification this week over

'\1 nch. Sid" Pearce, 78 years old became the second 4 engine "The Lord's Song In A Strange Mu present outlook and said that a Red Cross Will Hold Funeral service will be held to-

'n of Highlands' county first setn'r bomber to pass the 0000-hour mark Land" was the theme of the devotional chick of the district Indicated that I morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
Meeting Tuesday InWoman'
i and one of the most widely of flying. at the general meeting of the his strength i Ie growing particularlyin | Baptist church here for Lieutenant

K'lowii cattlemen in Ruth Florida I This is a world's record for aircraft Woman's Society of Christian Service the farming and agricultural Club BuildingA ,I Donald C. Barber, ion of Mr, and

lied here February 2mi in a local of this type, BO far a* available arose Mr. J. L. Barber, who was killed
hospital. He had been in ill health n-cords show, the only other Fort- { Tuesday afternoon The place Stuckey I 111 a successful business meeting of all Red Cross worker when the Flying Fortress he was

I'oi several years and had been hospitalized rms with an equal amount of flying which sacred music has held In i t. an and farm operator -widely I I. called for Tuesday, March 7, piloting cracked up 11 mile. north.

elnce February 2nd. lime being "Lighting Jum," Hen Christian progress during the periods known and respected in the district. at 10:30 e. m. at the Red Cros west of the Hilliborough Army AirField

Funeral. services were held Feb. Bricks bomber which leached 6000 of persecution and reformationin I Because of his long experience and room In the Woman'. Club build- Tuesday morning Rev D. 0,

--tll at the Methodist church in Se- hours three weeks ago. church history and on down to intimate knowledge of the conditions Ing. Alderman will be in charge Lieutenant

"init Rev. M. E. James, assisted by I I "Limited Service" has a re.nark.; the present tune wit Interestingly and problems peculiar to this district A Red Cros field representative Barber wa one of a crew of

Di, Ludd M. Spivey preildent oflarida ,I" record. All but 22 of her 5000 and his enviable record as a will be the speaker and plan will nine nen aboard the plans all of
illustrated by Mrs. T. L. Casey aeshe be made for the 1944 War Fund
which killed but Lieutenant
I Southern College officiated. were flown from Hendricks successful farmer and business man, were one
Mix Dunham church organist, I In-Ill, which is an impressive tribute described its lasting Influenceon I he has developed a substantial following Drive All citizen who have assist Barber enlisted in the Army Air

played of cowboy to Hendricks' standard of maintenance. religious Inspnation. Playing from folks who want down- ed In this work before or who will Corps last year and took his early
softly a medley
some of the older Mr contribute time to this worthy cause in Alabama. After he finished
hymns *.
oiigs Mrs. I'ayne M. Sebring lang | Sho has flown over nearly Ca.eyhad to-earth, common sense representation training
t .-mn'son's "Cronlng the Bar" and '.every state In the Union, but hasnever the group sing them In order to In congress for their district. are asked to be present at this meetIng his course there he wa transfeired .
I feel their ,-H. H. Raulerson, Chairman where he became
inspirational mood. Y- to Sabring
Hot", rt Manon sang "Home On theIt.LIII' I hud an accident of any kind. -
; .... She hue made t.2H.ri landings with- Extending the theme in the pro. : FEC and Seaboard Air 1944 War Fund. V I the youngest officer to take training
out incident.County, gram Mm. R. E. Link gave an exposition Line Railroads Request ---- S'MP. at Hendricki Field After completing -

utlte pallbearers were: J. A Ab- -- ,, -\' ---- ( of the educational opportunities DollarsandCentsCeiling his course there he was tent to ..6.. ..
More Trains
Gee; E. Scbring, \V. U. Cra: \\ offered through Methodist to North MacDill Fluid, Tampa, where he was

uiu, M. M. Brunk, Fairfax T, Has Judges Mission schools to those of other finishing his course when hit plan
Washington March 1-Rcqueit*
nJuinard Maxcy. nations and our own outlying states. Prices Are cracked up Detail. of the wreck
s from the Florida East Coast and
11,1" honorary pallbearer were: Will Deal With Letters of former students from have not been made available.

Wight Carlton, Ft. Pierce; tyril I England: Mexico and a Japanese- Seaboard Air Line railroads for permission Revised By OPASTOP Anile from being the youngest
from
lsadwin i Charlie Lanler, L, A. HarUwis American acknowledging their appreciation to operate extra train flier to graduate from Hendrick
Soldiers' Ballots :Miami to New York were received
llsrris Sills E.
Grumling, of the specialized training Field, Sebring, Donald wa one of
i. Hum S. M. Swain, Col. F. N. K. I I received in the different schools by the Office of Defenae Transportation LOOK and READ: the four youngest boy to win his

mi"' \ Mayor M. F. McGco, Spencer I II I were read by Mrs. Chas P this week Lower retail prices for margarines, wing a. an army pilot since the

", ? Hurt Bussage, Sol McClellandaggeman Tampa March 1 ( ounU judges M.... E. F. Dudley and Mrs. LewlI'1 l An ODT spokesman stated that the macaroni products, syrup and molasses army air corps was organized many
from all bectlons of Florida
u \\ H. T. Piety I gathered Raulrrson. After(the business session requests were occasioned by the and a few other commodities years ago,
here last week end to acquaint
Hui ml was in Pinecrest cemetery Crozier Circle hostesses, gin travel jam In Florida which had apparently are reflected In the revised dollars- .
Lieutenant Barber
thi'tnsi'hc'S' : was the younger
with the operation of
i d. Mrs Pvurce and his aon, L, C. F. W. Zander, Mrs. H, II\. Raulerson resulted when motoring and'cents ceilings for market basket .
the state laws dealing with the sol-I IIllor. I of two ion of Mr, and \hire J. L,
a.>-" and Mrs. John McN'clll= served refreshments i tourists; unable to get extra ga* to food items made public March
Barber who entered the Air Corp
vote in the coming primaries I
to the following: :Mrs drive home were obliged to turn to let, by the Jacksonville district of
Miss at about the same time, the other
Minn on are two daughters, and the general election.
\v. L. Burgess Mis C, II the railroads for transportation forthemselves Administration
Parkerson, the Office of Price
i 411, I Pearce and Mis Edna Pearce, The qualifying deadline for candidates brother, Frank, I I. In training I In
well.
Mrs. G. F. Mrs. Charles P. and their car a*
Dudley, for the Okeechobee marketing area.
California He arrived In Fort Pierce
''J with, him have lived on the old will fall on March 17 andclerks
Lewis Mrs. A. II. Amcrlne'Mr. R. "Wo are not at all lure that the Theirevised prices, which go Into
.11. homestead near Basinger; 4 of the circuit in each last night. ,
courts I K Link, Mrs. T. L. Casey, Mrs D. situation I I. critical enough to warrant effect March let are a part of .
ic.I.LII. (children, Lelund proniinent"K county are charged with the Donald, as he was known to everyone .
responsibility I R. McNeil!. Miss Jo Parrlnh Mrs. ,extra service, or that even If OPA's nationwide program of Issuing
i-hoboe cattleman; Ruth Mi*. of seeing that the ballots here was born and raised In
r I W. R. How.lI.Irs.. Ferrell, Mrs. C, : it 1 I.. the cars could be obtained," commodity price list about /
i "rt Fulton of Columbus Miss. the Okeecho.0
; arc printed March la. so that Okeechobee attending
county '
I } Jenkins, Mrs W. A. Lawson, Mrs.V. + theikrpokc'man said. four times a year
K )11. Mrs. Charles Johnson of judges may mail them on that day. bee High School where he played
I \ D. Jennings, Mrs. D. J. Hunt, The railroads are asking, It is un- Reason for today' reductions an
Miami. und Miss Patty Pearcv, stu- That will allow 41 days for the four years of high school footballand
Mrs David W. Casucl, Jr. and Mrs dcr tood, for certificate to operate OPA statement said is because .
'dent in Sebring high school. There ballots to reach servicemen, be filled, was very popular with the student
t' D. W. Cussel, Sr.Too extra all-coach train daily. been
I an these staples have brought under
ih une great-grandchild, Sidney in and returned by mail direct to the body. He graduated from high
dollurs-and-cents and
' Pearce, son of..Mr, .and Mrs LelandP .jbe/oru nightfall on .r ,., ,' r .. celling school here with the class of 1941. ,
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"am' His only! son. ClilfordT'lCvghaiMit : -' MttyJudgc. ,. .......-.. ;;. __-------rrd..i....{ t s JI, {Ir igttbq, f.t timoron-thR! uS.J.....iwnald-irtthe. weoad,0k.eehob.eweaaet".'L'--r- ,

county commissioner for more Secretary of State R. A. Gray explained I rend A* revision in the of past the, OPA list. ha issued I I County i I. the casualty first since local the boy war'beganand who lost .
o 11 a decade, wee killud in an auto- Late to
the law. In detail Classify
operation
for I
list
separate community price .
i ,brae! accident in 1934. his life lince. Pearl Harbor to be x'
and hour round tabledUvussion
during a two ; 1 and 2 stores-the indepen !
Group
N'Ilium I Sidney Pearce, fourth of answered (I 1 \ buried In this county. The other
question covering -
dent .torean,1 Group 3 and 4storesthe
ihilcln-n of Capt. John Mizell I By Russell Kay Okeechobee boy who lost his life
'I the proper routine of handling l largo volume stores andupermarkets.
i ," un" and Martha Lamer Pearce, .-oldier ballots since the war began, wa Vernon
., King son of Mr. and Mrs Warren
v ,ilorn+ January 3, 160, In Fort 1
"It Is the intention of the laws,"
M l. ado. J-'la. Ill, mother was one ofI said Thinking Americans who have all-sufficient all powerful governmental o PAil furnishing a.. large size lists King, who was lost In naval actionIn
( i I lamer fatally of which SidneyI Gray "to see thut every serviceman I watched with growing concern the system that looks upon us as to be pouted I in all groups of stores the Pacific.

I ,.i, ,. r. famous Southern poet and eligible" to vote is allowed to steady encroachment of the Administrative "children" und assumes the role of In accordancewith price control All places of business in Okee

i son, was a member. His father do so. branch of our govern a benevolent parent that will "look regulations and In addition i.1 mak- chobee will be closed during the ,

i. 11 captain in the United State Service men wherever stationedmay rent upon the Legislative and Judicial after" us and supply all our want log available thousands of copies, ina I funeral services tomorrow after.I .

und came to prominence in secure a ballot upon application : with the attendant b.IJ.klnl/l from' the cradle to the grave If we reduced size, to group of housewives .( noon

t..HlO- date when he served in the to Secretary of State, R. A. Gray, down of those constitutional checks BID "good" or whip us and send u* clubs, schools, etc. The smaller 'i, __,.,__ _u_____

i .. oli- Indian ware lie also ..ervoj Tnllahassee Fla. Parents of men In and balances, designed from the beginning to bed without any supper if we fail lint, Intended primarily to ave j Okeechobee Scouts

I III the Confederate army. service should write their men immediately to tafeguard _ind protect tne to strictly observe every rule, edictor war scarce paper, is the same size

\\ hell Sidney was four years old advlshiK them that if they people, breathed sighs of genuine I regulation laid down a* mandatory as that furnished to newspapers for

i,, fal/ily/, moved to what has come do desire to vote they make application relief, when at long last, under thecourageous l>y some pipsqueak bureaucraticchief. reproduction and folds to fit hand. Are Entertained At
themselves directly with Secretary Into ration book. J Jj
iu In known throrgh the years as leadership of ily a
't Inold Pearce homestead on the Gray, who will make proper leader, Senator Democratic With our n.lnds centered on the Ae before OPA urge all housewives Rib Roast Here

hanks of the Kisslmmee river.It record In Tallahassee and Immediately j I Barkley of Kentucky, Congress, international scene und our hearts to clip and preserve the list j iA

was here that Captain Pearce forward their application to j Ilr.g the will of an overwhelming maJority eager to do all in our power to printed in newspaper to be used asa

uui'dud a tattle empire, whose gracIng the County Judge of their county of the people, openly r.ivolted. further the war effort and get it price guide for their future shop Alf F. Nlelson, president of Gulf

acres extended as far as Moorellasm who will promptly mall them a soldivr's I'rfortunati a* it is that such action over with 'so that our loved one may ping. I Stream Council and A P. Patterson,

75 mile away. At that time I ballot. should be forced at .< time return and we may enjoy the fruitsof Extension of dollars-and-cents Scout executive of West Palm Beach, .

thi were marauding bonds of Inliani Gray said that h* has so far re- when this nation I I. Involved In war victory, we are apt to overlook ceilings on fresh fruits and vegetables I visited Okeechobee Scouts Thursday

and white, the young state of c'.ve.i about 3,000 requests for bal- and while our enemies can be depended what is happening to America at Into the smaller communities'!' night at a rib roast, sponsored by

Honda b..ng a haven for outlaw eta, I but hn prepared the necessary upon to make the moat of it, home Little by little, step by step, also has been announced by OPA, !! the Okeechobee District, while rib

men, other states. Panther and record torn. envelopes, etc., to care nevertheless, it had to come and thl our form of government I I. being and early In March,' it wa said i were being prepared by "Red" Bur-

wolves prayed upon the cattle Wild for 60,000 such application., best interests of all will be curved made over, changed to fit a pattern seven more items of perishable pro goes and ...I.ed by J. M. Roe( A

mrkiv and deer wei plentiful, and V at a result o' it. entirely foreign to true Democracyand duce will be added to the list, thus Court of Honor was held In the

.It..-n ventured to tie i do,'!. ep. of TO TilE DEMOCIIVTIC VOTERSOF Rebuke and lure on the Con- designed to 10 enslave the populace covering about 80 per cent of the I| Methodist Church annex. Merit badges .

the ,Miller: FLOKIDV I gross, by whoever made, are rebuke Ii that under the burden of debt fresh fruits and vegetable the aver were awarded to Scouts A. L.

I h.. Pearce family' first home in i and slurs on the American people and bureaucratic governmental control age housewife buy*. Raulereon, \McKlnster Roe, Bill

th new country, built of pine logs In announcing for nomination I themselves, for Congress stand l they will be powerless to resist In connection with the revised Hendry and John Bryan Watford 'by

n thin a mile and a half of fur Secretary of State I am ..uLmltI alone as the people's voice in gov and subject to the autocratic will of community price list, Chauncey But. A. P. Patterson, Scout Executive

I. oil Basingtr then located on what ting my candidacy to the Demo ernment. During trying period Congress those in power. ler, district director of OPA at i Life Scout wee awarded to Scout
I I
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i JW" +M known a* the old Frank cratic voters of Florida end asking has time and time again per. The road we have been travelingthe Jacksonville said 'Lauren* Reeve by Council Pre l-

I-, ai, hometead. Zachary Taylor ''for their support on' the record of milled itself to bow to the dicta. past few years I I. not a new "It I I. a matter of record that the dent Nielsen who spoke on the Im

11'.1 i president of the United Slates i I service rendered in this important l tonal will of the Administration, to road, on the contrary, it I I. an old average family' food cost, which portance of scouting and complimented -

,ul< Fort Basipger one of his heal- office When 1 first began my service serve the war effort and safeguard I road, traveled many times before by had Increased 17.8 per cent between the Okeechobee Troop on

utirs, durln'- the Seminole war, a. Secretary fit State I adopted the nation it has placed In other nations to their sorrow and May 1942 and May 1943 when community their fine showing and congratulated

A few years 'ater tl.e family mov tho motto "Prompt, Efficient and tratlve hand. more power admlnl"1 ultimate doom. It I I. a road that begins dollars-and-cents prices the district on tho fine leader-

I 'm a bigger and finer house, a Courteous Service' With the full i ever so placed before in the nation' with glittering light of hope Went Into effect, dropped 4.1 per ihlp provided. This wa followed by

rue ,quart structure made of cooperation of my office personneliI history I and promise but ends In darkness cent between the latter month and an Investiture service In which three

i .,ui'l-' > instead ,)f !loge Both | believe the motto has been lived I America Is at the cross-roads. The and oblivion. We are attracted to It : November, an Indication of the effectiveness new scout were awarded their Ten

,1 only a few hut ,Ir. feet fromh ': up to and the service rendered ac- people of this great nation must de- 1I i j as moth to the flame, with catchphrase of this type of control." derfoot badge by Scoutmaster A. W,

.u..simmen. The tog house war'I ceptable. chic now whether we wish to main- and platitude that appeal ------V- Davie, These new scouts are Billy

the present litrf of the familyunal | Deeply grateful for the confidence I taln' this government within theI 1 to our Inherent selfishness and CARD OF THANKSWe Phillips, Tommy Walker and Mickey

I v surd where Capt. Pearce i,.1 of the people of Florida and the framework of the Constitution and greed. Lulled to sleep with glib wish to extend our heartfelt Evan This wee followed by the rib

ii i fe knl I itvcrnl r. ember )f j j honor bestowed, and dunrlng to eon. preserve the glorious heritage earn. promises of "abundance" and ".e. thank and appreciation to our many roast which was thoroughly enjoyedby

the family later weft lurled. tinue my best effort to render I ed for us by the blood, sweat and curity" we exchange our birthright friends who were so kind to u* during everyone. After this Mr. Patter '

captain Pearce, son of a Metho- I "Prompt, Efficient and Courteous j tear of our forefathers, or whetherI of freedom and Independence to become the long illness and death of son showed movie on scouting

.1> -i i .mister and a native of Columh Service," I am asking for re-nomina- I I wish to accept the role of serfs mere puppet of autocratic our loved one, W. S. Pearce. We Following scout adjournment a

u county, wai the first settle in lion for Secretary of State In the !I and slave to K dictatorial, bureau. overlords especially want to express our meeting of the diitrict was called by

what now ''s ll.Rhlanil: : count Ha coming Democratic primaries and cratic syitcm that offering so-called :(,: Entrenched within the framework thanks for the many beautiful flow Chr II. H. Raulenon In which plan I''

became Interested: In stock 'al 'r.1& I will\ sincerely appreciate your support "security" rob us of our freedom.We i i of the Administration today art ere I for the scout year were discussed I

and engaged in the catil" trad" n must dccldn now whether we many fanatical theorists who as advisor Pearl Pearce, and chairmen of the district committees -

th.ii'i.in maiket. F-r year he war R. A. GRAYV wlah to maintain our personal and and policy maker. are doing Edna Pearce were appointed, composed of IO.

the centnl hei/i of nn extensive V I sectional Independence, stand on our everything in their power to completely Mr. L C. Pearce M. William (advancement), S. R.

cattle ousln'is in.1 i negotiated son F. Roper of Winter Garden own feet, solve our own problem, wreck our governmental Mr. and .Mrs. Leland C. Pearce. Raifsnlder finance, J. M. Roe, c mp.

of the largest cattle sale ever made was a visitor spending Sunday here 1 preserve our self-respect and Individual structure and let up a fantastic, 10' Mr*. Albert Fulton I ing, and activities, L. L. Conrad,

with the Cuban cattle buyer In a* the guest of Mr and Mn J. H. Initiative or whether we pre ,I clatl.tlc, paternalistic totalitarian Mr. Charles Johnson org. and ext., J, 0. Wolff, health and
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(Continued on .Page 4) Walker, Jt, ,_ ,. fer to become helpless ward of ant ;r. (Continued on page 2) Miss Patflclif. Pearce safety, P. P- Evans, commissioner.iobt. .
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PAGE TWO THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FItIDIA RC II 1941



Advertisements Legal Advertisement Legal Advertisements \ Circuit of the Slate nf Florliln. this Ipred, iiK'ilimt you' hy ilpfanlt.Vltnem '
Legal
: 'tu ''ml day of March 11144. \ UI.T hand cud urn I of thin \.
OOhCCc1tl1hCC II ENTEIt: : :: A, O. KANNEIt.Jill '
'uoiitill Court. lit Oki-rvliolii'p, Okeechnbe
]1:0 nf the Circuit (
nt the Courthoime beginning at 10:00: IV: TilE tltUTIT COURT MNTII i Hire If nnv: there be, before this the :Ninth Juillclnl (Ir County, Flnrldil,, this i'Hih dnv of
orlork A. M. on the lllth day of .Il J'I.\L CIRfllT OF FLOKIII ).\. Court on the 4th day of April. 1W4. HI cult of tbe State of 1"liii'i.luiIn '..hrllll'\', A. 1>. 11144,
Published Every Friday by the Mnrch. 1044. Eaiu'inunt: fur draInage AND FOR OKKKOHOHKK lo liii '.'Im:k A, .M.J at tho Court HouaeIn and for OkeechuhceCounty HOY It. UAfLEHSOX
Okeechobee News Oo. at Okeecho- and reclamatIon and rood purpojianlll ('IIl'NTY. Fort I'leiviFloridn I shy still I'lurldii (lerk of Clrpult; Court' : :Ninth:
IIP rcaerTed.J10AHP IN riUNCERY I In, .ii. lioiilI not be validated and -V Jiidli'lnl I'lri'iilt of Floridai ,
bee, Okeechobee County, ?lodd*. OF COMM1SSIONEH1OP No. awiIULF. confirmed by a decree of thIn Court Inconformity SKA: 1.1 I
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KVKUOLAUES UUAINAOBl MHI AM OHDEH to the prnver set forth In NOTHK TO IPPKAR: Hv Sophrmiln Peaap, Ii. C,
IN THE .NAME; OF TIlEWl'A'l'F :
BRYANT BOWDEN ,.__. Editor >I1TltICT.Bv! TO NHOVt (:,U KKBOAIID aid petition and purauant to the OF FLOUIDA Murv Hamlerfur (I'hllhllllliAtlUrlll'
UOn.. RAtrl.EUSON, laws uf the Stale of Floridn In au'hlust'
OK rrnuc INXTHTCTIONfur ; '
r TO : A1I.EEN F1S1IKU: CAHVEIl.whoae ." for I'IIIh'' IfI
f'lrrk of tho Circuit Court nfOkcechobpe okiHvhobPp County, Floridn. iniide and provided.It .
Entered as tecond clan matter County, Florida 1'i'tlt louerTUB 1 l I. (11'1 her ordered, and decreed, lant ,known mlilrcmi wna 'M3 V
an niipnt for multI Board. that the Clerk of thl. Court lie and I(. .MeibiinU St. lien-leu. Hpilnga
July 1. 1914 at the Port Office to ftnphronla Peaae Deputy Clerk VI.IIT.\TE OF FI.OKIIU soil, the lie li hereby required to publlxh thin .Michigan" Our bo; >" t.iuu. !i.ecl.1 'iht-

Okeechobee, Florida, under ttit tnxpavpm. property OWIIO,., and older In the IIk .e'hobpe New. a newa ion' art III hereby thin proceeding rciiulred to, wherein(II" op.peuirsimee ;; inc-we must keep on buy

Act of March 8 1879. NOTICE TO AI'I'FAIlIN tltlzena nf Okuecliohee County Flortdfl. paper printed I and pnhllahed within Frnnk fur WAR BONDS until vlo.
THE NAMK OF TUBBTVTK Including noiurealdenti ownlnffprnperty mud Dim riot In Inn City of Okeetbo- f'lIrv..r IM miclng yon Ing
\ OF FI.OIHIUTO or unhject lo tnxiillontherein. bee. Okeechobee County, Floridn. midol yorce nlih I the .Clerk of th. .(.'lr( 111'1 tory U won. Keep on BACK:
: rtltVKUVIIO Court it tlecchvlco: Florida ilbefnn
AIiFEFli4lIElt ircnenil elrculutlon In aald Dlatrlct
Di'fctidnnt.Tln INO THE ATTACK.IS .
I Ihe I Iblrd day of April A. I
Reading notices in local columns K LAST KNOWN: A1)lRh.SSWA14 once euib week, for at least three con
nhoM' entice coining nil to he llll\ I iitliemlHi ,",IlIlIl'lIt w Ill lie en-
:\m S. Mr.iiiAMCM! : sruEur ",'('lItl\'O weeka prior to the anld 41h .
10 cents a line. Rates for display 1IKKIIIEN: SI'IMNUS MICI1K3AN. hpnrd upon the petition tula dnv filed( dnv of April, 11)14, the luat publication. 1- ----
) required fIle ap. herein by the Board of I'ulillc In thereof tn be than
advertising furnished on applica Ion are horeh m not mure eighteen
u>nranct< In tills proppedlnc. herein ruction i for Okeechobee County, Florida data ,before said date. and aame laberebv '
tion. Classified adTertlslng, 1 cents |Trunk Carrpr In ",...11111 you for II- na a public Imilv cnrpnrntv\ iind Ha declnred to conatlonte I hot I.q' to

each word per Insertion. AH Items vor.'.. with th.' CI.EHK. () nucrir the cnntrnlllntf body of the Coitntv the Hetcral property owner and cltl. I YOUR J JOB SECURE
And for OkeecbobeeCounty
c'III'IIT at 1II.l'IIOUF.OHmA: achnol system In coin, I IlIXpn\irs of soul Dlatrli't, and
conducted for aiibillvlHlnn nf I the
regarding enterprises on or lii'fore the Itulo Day March 0. a political itIhem' whom It may concern com-
proflt are chargeable at rdrertlslng V'H. A. D : nlhiTwlDo' '".!I1m"lIt1'111 I Slate nf Flnrlda, sockIng to determine mnnlIl11alll requiring them to allowen
lie '''''''f',1 aitulnat,, yon hv default.WITNESS the authority to I la ue llefundlnRIli.iidn line. If any they have' or If any
rates. my hand and Heal of this nf mid. Board In the total. dim there h... to saIl (Court at the Court ,
Court, at (lkee<,hohi'p. lIkepf'hol"e of ,, O.OOO. and, to determine the Icinil Holme III Furl I'leree' Florida, on aald4th AFTER THIS WAR ?
fount. ) Florlihi this 8th day of Febriuirv Hv nf tha pro 'e..1111111 bad and takenprpllmlnary din' i.f April. 1'H4. at mild hour ""t
SUBSCRIPTION RATE A II. 11144SEAL to and In connection therewith 111 :till i.'eloik A. M.. why mid lioniln

One year In advance ................ 1300 ((1 I )Clerk ROY of the VI. t'lrpiilt ItA.r.EIIlOS Court ,of and to .1111 necking hue and a decree coin Inn Jn i lit'thisCiiiI't 1.-l I nn
Six months In advance .......... 1.00 the :Ninth: Judicial of Floridn aiiiince of soul linnda.been nnd anltl to pet thla'I ( \ to the prau-r. set forth III mild pell Wt all kritw state prtkUmt m"Mt fc*
In and for OkeechoheeCounty. tlon now having presented Hun I nnd piirminnt to the. luw-i uf tin ,
Three months In advance ........ .15 adlHed ,
Cnnrt and the Court hplnu fully *
OHHEUED Rial' of Floridn I In sin'h i aac niaili iolv4 lut HOW Ernest M. Graha"m'intwtr
Hv Mophronln IVanc. Deputy Clerk \ In the premlnea, IT IH and provided, ,

Advertising bills are payable on MnrSiindcrfur, SchnlmanVliorne. that the, Slate AD.II nf IXIKII FlorIda AND: through UECIIKI-.D the: I I".l: : :\'' OKDEIIED. n i Fr U CREATE WORK. H* dId It

.\' for 1'lalntlff for the Ninth; .1.linllelulCircuit rierci', Floridn. I In I the :Ninth: Judicial
State' last and
the first of each month. Parties Attorney lure after Ute wir ,1'MfII't4.Let .
In end for Okeochnhpo .County! I _
unknown to publishers required to .lit mid It lit hcri'dv required to ihowmime. I -- I Mm thew you, *. after this war yturtturnlnf
f
%tlTJ( M: OF INTKNTION TO /SFI If there bv. before 'Ihla .
pay In advance. any I .
LANDNoriCE Court on HIP 4th dnv of April" lUll -- I I and 8tH' veterans will pr*,f.r.
- ; I IS 1IKHEHV: lilVEV I Hint ut ID :(lit ,," 'Im'k A. M. nl thi' ( ''innII .
|iilr.,iiiint' I In Scil)Inn 1} 41)I I'hnptcr on HP. In Fort t'lerro, r'lurldii. why I Candidate For Sheriff
Legal Advertisements SiKini. I.nnn of Florida Aotn of 1'MI, mild I 1 lionila ahonM not he vnldiiti d Elect
mid, Section II?. Chapter' 11717 Lnm "fni.rliln. and confirmed hy II ihvrea of thii, I Ii
Aria "f. 111.11: na amended. by Court In "I'diiforinil.v! to the prayer net ERNEST R.
""TU'Y TO \rrr\n SectIon 11 Chapter SUBIM., I.OWB ofi I forth III anlil,,' |iflltlon anil ,piirmiiiiil, ,t', GRAHAM
I .'Iorl Thp of theRT.VIK
IX Name
In lid I In okcti'hiilicr L'ountx.riorldii iiiuilu, nil provldid.II i
op Fi.omru mull i'IIKP a j the ALL FLORIDA GOVERNOR
lo nit : I! I. further ordered anil, decreed j I
<.
whomhint
TIN : IIKI.KS know aiMri'iu 8 \\MI\M| Miia 'IDF! IHvrt' Lot* 1 I.. :5 mid 10 to :20, Hlk 14 \ Hint HIP flork of thin, Court lip MM, ) I raw JslMssa u..
Vi'illiuciil AdditionIliVlnnlnv ) h,' Ie heri'liv rpiinlrpil 1 I In luildlMh I ililn
( hii rIntIv, Nurtli Carolina I L-
You ar.. hcroliv ri'iiulrpo! to flTi apppfirun 77 felt .North and 471fei onh'r III I hn Okivrhnlipu Sin .inpWHpnppr I""
.. whpreln 't Went n r Northeast Corner nfNW prlnlpil ami pnhllHlKil\ i .lrw-- .
In thin jiroc-wvllng < "I sii4:' run Snuih' '.'10 feet : the City of Ikpprholieo Okoechobee
for PIrorop. 4 !
Fri'illllliiiiin niii'liiif MHI"
l In '
rinrh of Circuit Court tliencp \\'I'nt nil feet ; thence North 210fi'i I Coiinlv, Florlila IIn'.r 1l"1I'1'1I1]I li I
with ho
I ,
before .,t : theme EIIKI: nil fet. Sec. :22. 'I'w p. dilution III mlil t'nillilv. mm. > .1.
*t OVcwhnhw.Kin In Klorliln In,. hl'hl'h on ur In 97 X. It ii n lie ::1.; .:. week for nt )piiHt thrpp t3)) ,'onm u illwpi'ka I
the Hnlc .:' of V''J of ;NWi'. or SH'i. Ri'cJM irlor In the soul 4th "ifprll
March fith. A, 1' I'M! I.: othprwlaiJiidir' I
.
moiit will lip putvri'il ajjiI oct you )>jdi'fanlr. : '1'\1'1', :17. HZ", :IWI1I : \ 11114. 4 HIP luat, piilillrnllon thi-rt ; j Denmark Furniture Co1
ho offen for aulo, nt puldlcoiitcrv of to In not more than olirht. I n Kdm
.. liest cimhMil. \ I.-
,' tiiiiiil null' "nil nf thllc'n..rt for I h hlllh ntid in fore until dat' nml iulipri'l'x "I
UJTXEH1 m '
lit I iketrhnhe. OkwohobHt mil\li'l tn the rlvht nf the lioard I di'iliirpil in' poiiHtltnti' ,nuiln. i
('ollnl '. Klorlilu, thin'ml, ilav ofFVhriinrv ,i( ('iiiiiiiil lssluu'rui' nf Crcritladt'ii Drain- HIP KPM-rnl "uroIu.u'ty unmix u mil IIxi II
A 1). 1141.( ago I IH mr let tn reject any and, allhII. .t'M. tnxifi\pra" | of anld Ci nnt> i d
., at the Coiirllionae. beElniilnir ntIICIKI ollirra whoin It may ronoorn < muniiiiiiUniT
iiov it. T1AtTETIO.!': all
(SKIM Clerk of the Circuit Court nfMnlh : oVImk A, M I 1. on lIp, '.':lrl iluv of and rpiiilrlnir|. tin'in i,,> illrnimp "
se>.. I I .1 linll, <'lnl Circuit nf March I I'M4. r.iiHi'inpnt for "rll 11111 ice If nil\' tln., IIIIVP or IT nn> I th and 1 reinitiation and rond pnrpoaeitwill to cull C.iiirl, nt HIP I Ciiiti u tIn i-
in and for OkwhoHH J
Florida| f 1111 he reawveilIIOXIIK.. 1'ort 1'1.."... Florida, mi" nild,, 4th lias I A Store In Okeechobee Now?
''"
HSoi'hronln 1'..HUP, D 1'. OF ('OMMIISIONHIII" : ilin ...ifprll. I'lM! ( nt mild,, hoin' ,,i I I I 1" n 1
Mar Panrlprfiir Rrhnlman (ul'. EVEItC.I.ADI'.S; DltAINAi.E I ,,,','Im'k A. M,, why Killd holidn all- ,,ilil
) I"111'1'| It 11"1' not lie ralliliitPd nnd ronflrinpil In' i iilpdpp
Attorney for I'lnlntlft
__ ._ m\T Hy liny II. II 0 uuhi're'in, of hilt Court In ponfornili i
Clerk ,.r the Circuit Court HIP ,,1'1I'r apt forth In mid, |i"tltlnn
MITIf: OF \ lriirTIOFOR nf Okpeehnliee' C'''"111)-, iitnl 1 iniraiifinl u.. tin' 1 nCn of t ttii 'tu) "iof _

T\. of I>hHIniT. IMS> riorldii.Hoard' nt agent for in Id \.Klorldn.d.1'iAi In mn'h i'iiKc, tiniiU nii'l, ,, MMil. ,: WE APT:: LOCATED JUST SOUTH OF THE 1

Notice li hereby glvon lint .T.m.'o PHoiihronlu, I'enao. Dcplitv Clerk : AMI: tiiiiiKur.ii: \ ; HI Fit
rturrniii'o, holler "r'n\ rcrHflnitca 17--:'it 1'lprpp. Flnrldil III the Mnlh .1 ,ill, i Iii WESTERN UNION
Nuts 0 to ft I liu inI imiiipil Ihf Oih day [ Ctrpiilt of I Hi" Mnlp of rinrld i I II HiN
:
at Jlllv A tl ; ,,n,1'I'n' -* CWtlfli'iiti'a :lilt! dnt ..t Mn nh. 1011A .
\ : 27.: luanol; :: 'tho: 1.t lay,, of Novptn- ;NOTICE OF I\TI-NTIO\: M-I.I. ". "KASXKH; i .
tier A. I>. III'IT: hits flloil lump" In m\ I. \NIXoril'E ) I .1 tlfh' nf 1 h" ,'lr"lIf'' I I'" K. E. .'.\IETTHuo I
office: hna tnailo nppllonilon for II '1',,\ ; IS IItIII:11I1Ins: that.liiiimiiHit ). of Iho Ninth Jndlplnl Clr
I Dix-il to'hi. limni'il. lliiTdiii Halil. Cortlflniti'i pull of HIP Stiitp ..f I'Im,'Id i iIn '
n: I II. f'linpterJIKKW
In Xeiiliin u to Ihe nhortnee of GAS
i.nilitnii, I Ih,' follow Inn iloKcrlbdd b Lawn of. Fliirtdn. Acta of lull.\ HIM) for nkcpi'liiiln i

property In the County nfokni'liolipp ,inn.1! (Siilli.n 1)7) rhnpler 11717 Lima nf I'mini'. Flnrldil.IN and TIKES i inluht he ImpoH.nlhli iJENMARK'SJ.
Stol .if rinrliln. 'in tt ltV :
> ntnenilPil InXeetlon '
v---
tI' i'IuIui. V-ta of 111.11.\ : na
\ >1 of tot 4, 8 up. 10. Twp. It. Hue I 11. Chnpter :SdlTiX.: Lawn nfKlnrliln i for me to nee all of the I

!to,. I Ai'ta of 1'I41!) th,' following ill, '
'.01. 11 nml 1.. Sec 20, ')'11'1' 31 Rie mrllH.il hind III okiti'holici* Ci>untyFl'irliln l llllllt< lir I OIHT. MNTII.K ti" i during the campaign. I II a '
8:1: 1'111I.I, < lit I IT OP MdltlllX. '
Lot. 20. Rpr 21. Tup 34 Bra 81 I nf to.wlt'E'i: of \w lees K Sin' INM> Mill )ht.rCIIOIKh a sure >ou Ihnt Jour tote and I

Lot 2.1 mill 1 Sfl, KIT :23. ')'''1' 34, li N\\i4 see 21>. Twp 37, Rile 33: tUI'T\ C"\'II\' tipliort will be appreciated. CONE, Agent
life 83 I Cn.t: 2HI) ft of ;\0,1:1, ; 01NE' IS I L I
,. :
Lilt !1. Her 4. Twp 33. nllo 33l'liu' .. MOil -
: ,. See y\>, T",' :8?. Uee 31: .
p -
anHnKKtiii'iit. of nalil property \\ III\ I". offered fur nalint pnldlc lit IK: 1'1 \NI) IIIII)Ell ,'I .. .- .-. _._ .....___._ .__
iniihT mid t'I. t'r"'oto' ln ni'il mia 'In \ for tho MifluHt anil IICHI i'aNli.iIlou'l ro "iio\\' (' \t SK: .
titus nmup of 'nil ". JI. Noan.; ,T. E. iviltiiy 1'i'MM.: r\x M 'IKMII.\ lhit'l'ltlI''I' i
1,1.1, > ,in i 11,1. riirln if i lii', llnnrilif .. ,,f ok,".", -1Jv--' _ _
Ciiiiniv
Bi-rgpt.: H. o, Bartlett ; C. Klili-m ; I I Cnminliiiliiiicrii uf lAericlniloa I ifill 11.I'lotrlo'l :Mlir.lt\ I III tl. I ,, -'II..J,
torniM-p i:, Itnfe. of riorlilu ii polltlciil
i nnd nil I'ldi.,, diiilipp 11111.
to reject
Unleji laM certIfIcates hlinll lio r... Hire the Cniilhoimo, lieuliinlnK any ill 10.IH miliilhliili'ii' of HIP Omit, IIY and 1|
lit
di'i'iiit'il ai'corilluir tn Inw property tie.pu'rIbpuI ici'ilnck A. M. on the huh ilnv nf Mnnh tliroiiiih HIP I'.oard nf I'nMlp I iusrul'
tlio-i'ln ..11h! ,' noli' ) to tinhllilipit for uld County i'ettLluiuiu'V'riI''STATE \
lion .
for ilTiitnage ntid re .. .
11'14Enncmcnt ,
M'MiT at lie (',."rlb,,".. doorn i i ,'i',Ou5flI dud: riiihl iinrpnitoii: nlll bereserved o.-' *
the flrnt Mon'lnr In thp month nfMnrrh. OP Fr.oinn.riilll thetiitpmern
I"H. which, l I. the (II lli ilnv nf ItO 4111)! or ( 'Il1l11Il'Ehl:' I/ propeiton''hern mu,,,,uI <.It! I
March 1044. OF CVEIiC.I.ADES DUAINAI1BDlsi /. m "1' spiHul Tin Silniol DlHlrlctViiniber
Hutpil, thin 3rd day of February, I' I 1'1111'1' : 1 In okeci'holii'iConnt V.
1!,M 11Y HOT R. Kanlermin, I Florida\ I liidlnv.. in-n ,,'..1,10'111"I 1 '
(SEAL) "i i'l 1' rk ..t'lb"t I'lnult Court of I I i ounliiK prnpertv or unlijei" to I lain
r.nv II. II.M I mii: utIr. I I okii'eholiee CiiiiMty. I'lorldn, Hun I herein.. Defendant,

Clork rirrult Court of I im nircnt fur unlit Honid.4I I II ) 'III-' ill..n. inline, eiimlnu ..n to belienrd NOTICE
(Count. I'lorlilrt
OkOPchohee
I jl\' oibmnli I'PHHP I DepntClerk' "1">n the petition thin diir rile.I
V \ \ ::11 licreln h\ Spcilnl Tax( Sehnol. 1'I.trl.1lIl11h'r

:><>Tiri: flC' \ rrnrTioFOR [1'\0\ -- yELECTRICAL,_ ___ :\ 1, In Oki-ei'hnliiMConiit, \'.
'r\\ I'...:" Kluilila/ II ,pnlllliiil uliiflnloii|| nitII
Lina of Vlin! I I lit luimr ,hit rIul III nnl of lie Slut. ofKlnrliln
Notice (la bore-by gIven that NnthnnIloluiog. II I and 1 I the Board of 1'iil.tle I In.Htriiitlon .
h..l.h'r..r 'lux 4'''rl lrI"al"01. fur mild (',,uufltt' im the iroverulnic
:- II atldI\ luaticil I llu> :!nl ilny of body of auld Dimrlet. aeeklnu
Jnl)' .\. I'. HIM: : nnil Tax I CprtlflPHtra WORK .1 .1..1", tlie ;itilliorlu, to IMHMOsihnnl "
Voa, 4.8 nml '7 laanml tho 7th day of I( liofundlnw I Bund 1 of a"I.IlIe'h..nl
Inly .\. I'lll.\ hail flli-il amp In nivofllip' | Dlmrlit In the tolnl ninil of
: bout iiimlo; appllrnflon( \ for. a tax 'I.' 'flu.I, and tn determine t lie letfiilllyuf I f
.1.'" til h,' iHXIIIMl llllTI'llll.. Slllll (',',- P. P. EVANS the pruceeillneii. bud and taken, |ircllniliinry TO THE PROPERTY OWNERS OF
tlfl'at piiil>nii'& tho fol"Iuvu'l ittt IHproportv to and In connei'tlon. tberewith .
'lh..1 ( In the County orIlk..h..h.e. nnd Hocking a 'er,'"> I In tblH
1 Lot 21, Soc 14, Twp !8 I 15. HIP SJ nf unld bondi. rind mild petition
l.nt 2J, Sw :;.3.: T\\' p III: llin S3 HOUSE WIRING nnw ln.It'1h'n, tireNented. to (bin.' .
l.ot 17. is. ID, 31 null 3J. See 3, i Court. nnd the Court bolnn fullv ad.l4cd "
Twp 33 Kge 32 \ In the |ireinl ,',. II In OHPt:1I: Fit i OKEECHG8EE COUNTY
Lot 2-. CIP 11. Twn l :n llvi' HJ .\11.111'111'." AND DKCUKKD: : that the :
Lot: II I nnil KH: of lot t. SB. 22 Mute' uf Plnrlda through the StnteAltoni.M
!T"1 3:;. Rge 32 for tin Ninth .linllilnl ('I!
'I lie HHKi'KHinvnt of sit,,14 propertyliniliT : Best printing at The News 1 Mill, I In m mil\ fin okocoliolii'K ('''"III\' benl
wihl ('eI't lfI.'ti,,'. 1"1'11I'its In I ii I I l 4 I. leielirequired tHhnw,
the name ntIr... :M Stemirt. K MWcllicr I will be at the following! places for the purpose of receiving
; ;.; :: rnkiiiinii; mill;1 4', \\', Ili'linlnir --- ;
l.'hli' inlil Ortll'li'iui'i hiill' lie re

dofmed according to Inw, proin-rty .Ip) : tax returns and realestate also
M-rllii'il lurch, uluill h,' iinlil t,) the on personal property, receiving
Iilgbpst) lilililcr nt I the Cimrthniiiio ilnoron
'h,' flrt Mniiilm In I ihf month oftho SALEAT
Mnrph.Mnrrh 11141.1M4.hl" ,' .lus nih' lut nf FOR applications for 'homestead' and widow's exemption.

11144.Untiil title ,In) .,lay" "f rViininrvIfOY I


(Seal Clerk Circuit It HAI'IEItS Court of!': I.. Fort Drum March 6th at the Post Office


Okeec'hnhHp V Countl'lorlila ALL TIMES! I



IttNkINO: OK KHMHTMFATMftlF 41.1 KIOItllKNo. Bassenger March 7 th at Bass' Storeottcr's

OtlKK. (IP ( OMITIUIII
T.'L\ \....f I':. HDKII1V
%Vh.Tfim li\. HiitlHfiiitnrj ovldenolo ABERDEEN ANGUS
Ir5L'litI'iI tlio UlllllTP-llfllccI It hoe
lui'll inaili'' 'to nppoiir Hint a hankingI'liinpniiv March 8th at the Church House
innliT I tinIIHIIIO of iiKr.Pi; : .
('Ill''1111': ': ri il r\TV HVMI: located at
OKKKCIKIIIFK.; : 11.(11111)anI orfntil.iil -
( innliT the I,am of FlorIda\ I

him r>>'iiilrpi..iln".lh'|Lawn I.. ,|!..'tilth nf ronipllMil HIP nil State I tin,,.lth of nnnlHlmm Florida l>\ I IKHonking Bulls and CowsWILL ytopia March 9th at W. R. Upthegrove Store -


lufnrp a cnnipanv nhnll hi authorlpiltii ,
iMiintiiPiici'" I lie liiiHlnpitii of naiikluir.Now .
: thi-ri-fiirp. I. J. 'i I. I.FT., ('t'm-


tun trulhT Section of of thp 41:1of:tho authurlir Slntu tlm of Revised Pited Klorlihi III f.oni'rnlVtntiitpii buy mo rlr hv I I ALSO HAVE SOME '- Eagle Bay March 10th at J. M. Scott's'Place '

nf Klnrliln. certify that the,
nIH: ;('lIl11nF.: COI'NTV BVMC of !
likeccholipp In Ihp County nf Okee
,'IInh.-.. iind the Slate of Floridn, IH I Hereford and Short Horn Bulls

'Uhnrl7Pil to commence the builnPHI. I Gkeechobee from Jan. 1 :to Apr 1st at Court HouseYours
of llunklnu under' the name ahove I Iitvpn .
with a nnoltnl$ atock of Twenty j jFlvo
Thousand Dollars For Sale
GIven under my hand and seal of
cifflre, thIs twentieth day, nf Sorembr I

ilr..il A'o".1'br.. .It.
(SEAL) 3. M. I.EB: sincerely,
Comptroller! Stilt of Florida j BANGS DISEASE
.14-8 t.NOTICK
.- I
OF 1NTKNTION: TO I".LI.
LANDNOTICE ALL ARE REGISTERED OR SUBJECT TO
M IIBKKBY lIVEN tint,
linriiuaiit to Hpcllnn 1.1 III.) ChnptT REGISTRATION
2UtVi8. Lav of Florida. Act of 1941. Robert La Martini

and *u'uboa til Chanter 14717. Laws .
of Florida, A.," of ll>31. aa nmendeilnr ,
K \ Ia.. of I
"itlnn II. flmptcr 'JWViS a
I _. .
Florida. Acts of 1911 the following | I I : : .. i1"", ,

drwrllied lunil III Okperhobee County, i ,
Florida to-wit < u I I .
I,(Itl 1 tn M (lute., Blk I). Okeccbobre S SIiptrelnpiuent ,
Co'i S/D | LELAND C. PEARCE
Lot 2. Jill 1;. MHilaaban 8-D nt I SI
pub of NR<4. See 2J.: Twp 37. Rue M: :- -,
let 9 Hlk 1 CUT of Okeccbohe I fz. : -_ ; '
Will h* offered for sale It public '
ontrr.r for tin, hIghest and beat rash OKEECHOBEE a :- FLORIDA '

hlil enblopt to the rl>bt of the Board a'rt, 7-1 I II
nf rommlmlonerf of Kvergladet Drain- I 4'
Dlatrli-t to reject and ill lulls' -- :
ave any i "*. ""*" **" -"-*- j j











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FRIDAY, MVRCH a, 1911 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS PAGE TERM

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'.'.-==., = ==t.. ==t.. = ==::0 I
.. .', .'. .'. .. .......'. .'. .. FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE
= == '=oa = o=a -= .a=o. -=- = =-=-.1 I 1 candidate for member of the School candidate for reelection as County I j FOR COUNTY JUDGE OF
t, I... I
COUNTYI Board, from District No. 2 for Okecchobe Commissioner from District No 5 OKEECHOBEE COUNTY
Ili I
iii ,. am a candidate for reelection 'o County In the Democratic for Okeechobee County In the Democratic | I hereby announce that I am a

SOCIAL NEWS the cffioJ of Sheriff of Okeochobm I Primary to be hold May 2. Primary May 2. I will\ appreciate candidate for the office of County

ni County subject to the voters In the I I am now serving my second termas your continued vote and,', Ji'dif.of Okvpchobce County In the

"ii-:s;:.:B:.: .i:s:.:rna ;.:rte.:=.r..tom: ::=:-: ..:.fl Democratic Primary May 2. Your a member of the City Council, support. I"I!I Dnnioi-ratio Primary May 2. If

I continued vote and support w,1| be, also my second term a* a memberof R. E. (EDDIE) BASS j jrOR i I I nominated and elected I will serve
Mr. and Mrs Lee i
Jasper are In I
I U. S. Asks Farmers appreciated. the Board of Trustee for this Ithe people to the bent of my ability.
receipt of a letter from their son,
| L. L CONRAD. school district and I feel that the COUNTY COMMISSIONER; !I1! will appreciate your vote and support -
Pfc. Robert E. Lee, who Is with the :
I __ experience I have gained from these DISTRICT ;No. 5 .
United States Army somewhere In To 'Plant
Larger
I FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE positions will be of much benefit to I wish l to announce that I am a P. P. EVANS
Italy In which he lays he Is well
COUNTYI me In serving a* School Board member candidate for the office of County -
and getting along fine. He sent his
Acreage This Year wish to announce that I am a I I will appreciate your vote and Commissioner from District No. 5 FOR COUNTY JUDGE
best regards to
everyone 'I, candidate for the office of sheriff I support I for OUeeihobee County subject to'' I hereby announce my candidacyfor

-- of Okeechobee County In the Demo M. ROE, SR. 1 the Pcmocra'le Primary May 2. I re-election to the office of Coun-

Morris Barnett of Weat Palm I i "Food Fights for Freedom," and cratic Primary election to be held in -.:. I will appreciate your vote and sup 'y JiidfT" o' Okoechohun Co. and If

Beach spent the past week-end here every American farmer has been May, 1041 I served as State Game I I port, nominated in the Democratic Prl-

visiting his wife at the home of her I asked to do hla ahare In planting Warden for eleven years and feel FOR TAX ASSESSOR I ARCHIE LAMB: uriei In May and elected In the

parents, Mr and Mrs. J, H Walker, :and cultivating the 16,000,000 acres that I gained experience that will\ I take this opportunity to announce I I General Election In November of this
that I candidate for
am a
.ip. Jr. I I that! are needed over last year's greatly benefit me In the aheriff'i I I'OR CLERK OF TilE CIRCUIT year, I pledge continued honest,
re-election to the office of Tax
-oMisa -' (j record total. office. I solicit your vote and aup. COURTI fu.thful and loyal service to the tax-
1 Assessor subject to the I I
May primary -
Purl Leo Hunt who Is a With farm labor short, every port In the coming primary and If hereby announce my candidacyfor pnj'cTs! and citizen, and will give
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I. student at the Florida State College 'I piece of farm machinery must be elected to this important office I I reeluction as Clerk of the Clr. cunt'nued fair and impartial decisions
Your vote and support will be
for Women arrived home yesterday kept in the fields woklng, If this will serve the people of th Countyto appreciated I cuit Court of Okeechobee Countytubji'i't n the trial of all matter coming
j
' and Is spending several days here goal Is to be reached the best of my ability.R. to the Democratic Primary I More UK, I respectfully solicit the
ROBERT LA MARTIN :
\ with her parents, Mr: and Mrs E. "Our organization," gays S. R. E. (BOB) PADGETT t I Mali:!, I will appreciate your vote rapport and vote of the voters of

t. II. Hunt. I RaifinUcr! local agent of the Standard and +\ipport.\ Jki chobee County

t -o-- Oil Company, "felt that we FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE FOR TAX ASSESSOR OF ROY R. RAI'LERSON T W. COMELY. JR.

.t\ Miss Stulie Sanders who Is employed 'could be.t serve this program by COUNTYI OhEECIIOBEE COUNTY .

). In Washington, D. C., arrived I helping the farmer keep his trucks, take this opportunity to announce I am a candidate for Tax Assessor POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT

\ I In Okeechobeo this week and Is tractors and farm machinery infighting that I am a candidate for of Okeechobee County subject to the
THE MAN YOU'LL HEAR MORE ABOUT
f spending a two weeks' vacation herewith I trim, and free from rust the office Of sheriff of Okeechobee will of the voters In the Democratic

I her uncle and aunt Mr. and and dirt. Our drivers have been County In the Democratic Primaryto Primary May 2. If elected I will

t Mr. J. ,H, Walker, Jr. trained to assist you In caring for be held In May. I will appreciate faithfully perform the duties of that J. ED BAKER .

your farm machinery and preserving jour vote and support office Your influence, vote and sup

1 its life. In addition, each tractor MORISE THOMAS port will be greatly appreciated.W. BUSINESS MAN CANDIDATE FOR
RED AND COPPER SKIN SWEET
operator cnn secure from our drivera R. (Roy) TOMLINSON GOVERNORState
L : POTATO PLANTS oOc-100; $4 per free Wartime Maintenance Manual FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECIIOBEE

1000; 5000 up, 31000. Running & Senator Civic Leader Safe
that will help you keep your farm COUNTYI ; ; ,
r Son, 2101 NW 03rd St., :Miami It bit: TAX COLLECTOR OF Sound Practical Citi- '%
I J. machinery 'Fit and Fighting.' I hope take this opportunity to announce Hard-Working

our farmer friends will take advantage that I am a candidate for the OKEECHOBEE COUNTYI len-FROM LAKE COUNTY IN THE ,

" RUSSELL KAYContinued I of this service, and call on the office of Sheriff of Okeechobee take thla opportunity to announce HEART OF FLORIDA
that I candidate 'for re-election
Standard Oil man for any service he County subject to the will of the am a REMEMBER! REGISTER BEFORE APRIL 151 xab
to the office of Tax Collector subject .
( from page 1) can render, In keeping their truck., voters In the Democratic Primary

system In Ito stead They had made tractors and machinery on the job.. May 2. I will appreciate the vote to tho May Primary

, emergency a perfect blind for the 1 _________ ____ and support of the people of the Your vote and support will be ap S-

considerable piogress with their I county predated

1 plane before the war but found the News ads are profitable. J. A. ABXEY BESSIE ALDERMAN: From where I sit. .

expansion and promotion of they I'I' i ____________________
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program. Patriotic citizens hesitated FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECIIOBEE
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:

'I' to question any administrative action POLITICALAPINOUNCEMENT COUNTYI DISTRICT No. 1 4 .6y Joe Marsh

no matter how brazen und accepted hereby announce my candidacy .
I wish to announce that I am a
sacrifices aurrendered libel i: /for the office of sheriff of Okeechobee -
candidate for re-election to the office .
r tics, submitted to indignities and Injustices County in the Democratic Primary -- -
of County Commissioner from
:1 i consoling themselves that i :May 2. I have served the people District No. 1 for Okeechobee County Lem Martin's dog went on a chatting over the! qnnrrrl AS If It

all\ this wan "only temporary." of Okeechobee as Chief of Police rampage last week..killed four wtie a kind of juke.
FOR REELECTION TO OFFICE OF In the Democratic Prim .ary May
I But, is It all chargeable to the six years and feel that with the experience of Ed Carey's best hens. "Shucks," says Ed, "them

| SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION 2. I will\ appreciate the vote and
war emergency? Is it only temporary I gained In that branch of Naturally,Ed was pretty mad. hens didn't amount to murh no
| This is to announce that I am a support of everyone. how." And Lem says: "Just the
t ? Much as we would like to I law enforcement work I will be In Went around vowing he was going
candidate for re-election to the Of. B. C. SWAIN same I'm brlngln' you a barrel
1 to his and blow
shotgun
think so, every Indication points to [flee of Supervisor of Registration! a 1 tier petition to give them good the blazes get out of Lem's dog whenhe o' apples to pay for 'em."

a well-planned and deliberate service at sheriff. I will appreciate From where I alt. It wonM be
subject to the First Primary May saw him. And Lem says, "Let
scheme of a group In the "inner- your vote and support.R. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERD1SIU1CT : him a lot better for the world It folk
2, 1911. If re-elected I will try to try it and I'll blow the blazes
. circle" to bring about a completeand give you the lawful service as I C. EVANS \ ;No. 1 out> of him. Ought to keep hU peacefnl-llke-sitting would settle their argument around

permanent -himn in the Anieil' I I wish to announce to the peopleof thickens locked up, anyhow
have tried In the past. Thanking over a friendly glass of beer-
can way of life. I you for your vote and support. fOR SHERIFF OF UKFECIIOBEE Okeechobee County that I am u Bat Ed and l>em art really Instead of !going off hnlf-rockcd

.- candidate for County Commissioner l nighty sensible fellows And and making mountains out oj e
W. B. HARGRAVEFOR COUNTYI ..
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In District No, 1, subject to the the whole thing wa settled molehill. '-- -:- j
wish to announce to the peopleof when Lem Invited Ed for
: 2, Your over a ,,
Democratic Primary May "
REPRESENTATIVE IN THE Okeechobee County that I am a glues ot beerand they eat around Qce 71A4F
vote and. support will b. appreciated. ) ,
... .., LEGISLATURE -"" candidate! for Sheriff of Okeechabee 'r

I wish to announce that I am a County subject to the Democratic
L. K LEE
candidate for re-election is Reprri Primary :May 2, and as I have had I No. 77 of a Seritl Copyright, 19U. Brewing tiJuttr F
i aentatlve In the Florida Legislator I pant experience In the Sheriff's of-

for Okeechobee County In the coinIng ., fice I assure the people that I will Ti'i' COUNTY COMMISSIONER: ; I 1JQj.t t< i. uxxa', "" "If'lf'lrnIii: ; ( -!L!:Sd.' !. (, : J mII

primary election. Your continued I render the bent service pos lble a. DISTRICT No. 2

I will be officer of the I solicit I wish to announce that I am a
.. ELECT"1 support appreciated. an peace :
W. J. (BILL) HENDRY jour vote and support. candidate to succeed myself as a II

HORACE J. KING member of the Board of County BANK

LEX GREENV t Commissioners of Okeechobee Count '
I FOR REPRESENTATIVE: IN TilE ,
ty from District No. 2 subject to the

I| LEGISLATURE wl1of\ the voters of Okeechobee 1
candi FOR SUPERINTENDENT: : OF r.:
I herewith
announce my B'T r
County In the Democratic Primaryin ,
for member of the State Legis PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONI : I.
May. I will appreciate the vote
I Nary
from Okeechobee County, take this opportunity to announce
v+ and support of everyone.W. .
t 7 s State of Florida, subject to the will that I am a candidate for Superintendent F. WALKER i ;

I, of the people in the Democratic primary of Public Instruction for MAIL x

( i Okeechobee County In the Democratic I
I of May 2, 1914.Your FOR COUNTY; COMMISSIONER:

vote and support will be apt Primary In :May. DISTRICT. 3
Your \oto and support will be apprecIated Nk
predated. S I take this opportunity to announce ] ;C

PHIL \ CASON that I am a candidate for reelection r
CARL T. DURRAXCE Althoughye're glad to see time ;t
to the office of County I( you any

; j FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE Commissioner for Okeechobee County il's convenient for you to bank 1 in person 1/'tI'
FOR SUPERINTENDENT: OF '
GOVERNOR COUNTY INSTRUCTIONThis from District No. 3 In the Democratic -\\"e're more pleased to offer you our 's
PUBLIC
I hereby announce that I am a Is to announce that I am a Primary to be held May 2. I {: Bank by Mail service which you will find 'j

mwttlTmmnmHE candidate for the office of sheriff will appreciate your continued vote the
candidate for ro-elcction to the office greatest possible convenience It per-

Will KEEP FAITH WITH YOU of Okeechobee County In the Demo of Superintendent of Public Instruction and support. ERNEST HILLIARD :' miss: you to keep your savings and check
j cratic Primary to be held May 2,, '
of Okeechobee County sub t
: ing accounts in order-going not further
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Your vote and support will be appreciated.
ject to the Democratic primary May
than the
I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER i nearest mail box.
2nd. I will appreciate the vote ana
Subscribe for The News I N. 0. STEWART DISTRICT. 3
support of everyone
I take this opportunity to announce
II. H. HANCOCKFOR .
"*",, . -........ .. ------.-- -- that I am a candidate for
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the office of County Commissioner
:MEMBER: OF SCHOOIL
from District No. 3 for Okeechobee
BE CERTAIN TO BOARD DISTRICT. 2 County In the Democratic Primary "uh a3w4cr;; '
I with to announce that I am a
May 2. I will appreciate your vote ;
candidate for member of the School

I REELECTPOLLY Board from District No. 2 In the and support.
F. M. MOBLEY
Democratic Primary :May 2. I will i iIi

appreciate your vote and support.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:
h V. E. (VAN) LIGHTSEYFOR
ROSE DISTRICT. 4
BALFE
I wish to announce that I am a
:MEMBER: OF SCHOOL BOARD Ii IiI
DISTRICT. 2 candidate for the office of County

Commissioner from District No. 4
I with to announce that I am a
Democratic for Okeechobee County subject to
candidate for reelection as a mem-
tho Democratic Primary May 2. I :
ber of the School Board from District Oke6chob88
will the vote and support Bounty
National Committeewoman appreciate
No. 2 for Okeechobee County. I

I will appreciate tho continued vote of everyone. I nB
GILBERT CULBRETH.
,: of Florida and support of all of the people of .
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COMMISSIONERDISTRICT
FOR COUNTY
COKER Rank
W. D.
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PRIMARY MAY
2nd, I take this opportunity to an.
FOR :MEMBER: SCHOOL BOARD ..,-".
DISTRICT. 2 I nounce that I ana candidate for reelection Phone 15

I candidate for the office of as a member of the Boardof )
ant a
THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT I I County Commissioners from
WOMAN'SOFFICE School Board :Member from DistrictNo. Deposit Insured through Federal
Commissioners District No. I Deposit
IN THE STATE County
ASTHE NATIONAL 2 for Okeechobee County In the
I of Okeechobee County In the Insurance
Corporation
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4 COMMITTEEWOMAN REPRESENTS THE Democratic Primary May 2.
Democratic Primaries In May. I will\ I
DEMOCRATS OF THE STATE IN WASHING- I will\ appreciate your vote and appreciate the vets and support of OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
OMAR HUNT
support I
TON. the people of tat county. 1 C. H. McNULTY, President N. RAY CARROLL, Vlc..Preal.8IIt
FOR MEMBER 1 OF SCHOOL BOARD C. E. DRAWDY II !
Only One Is Elected DISTRICT No. 2 I E. G. KILPATRICK, Culver

E.'. Maser J. M. Roe Sr J. 6
To the voters of School FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER! Pearce Allen Vfartham
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Beard District No. '2iI DiSTRiCT'N0. I I >

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PACE FOLK THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FIUDU, MVRCH 3, 1914
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W S. Pearce Funeral different counties without ever moving -
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: Manatee, DeSoto, Highlands II
(Continued from page 1) The contour of the country changed I *

South Florida, Ha was the only l law through the years with the Inauguration 'W1uzi'lfOlt.I1U'l 'l/d."
enforcgincnt officer louth of Kbsimmu of drainage The palmetfoes I:

mid suet of Foil Myers. ( saw grass, palms, pines and WAR BONDS
Sidney and his four brothers w ieuhooluil wild grass still were there, but the I i

< in the cattle busines< and country was becoming civilized. Dur- "Smoke Eafftri" II iII
'. followed in tnt-lr fathers footiUp ling the first World War, every man a .y,
Many times they drove ciltlu to''' employed on the ranch with the ex.Icoption A loaded with various I U y i

market m far as FOI.tIy: r.. 100 of one was one of the former explosives, bombs, torpedoes, oil RODEO ij j.
miles, or Miami, 200 niilui a"'''y. At warring Scminoles.\ and gasoline Is not the latest place I It t
to be with a Are raging, so all but
that time, there was no Miami, and I As huntsmen came to realize that the smaller ships of our Navy are I 11I;
tho site of, the present faniuuj city | South Florida was a sportsmen'sparadise equipped with elaborate fire fighting ;
was marsh and wild land. 'the hub l thu Pearce ranch became a apparatus a'd f I

of activity was first in Palm Beach, gutheiing spot for well-known perlonages .
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where the Poinciana hotel had been I throughout the country andto 1I I
built, complete with bank and barber men In all walks of life Research I In

shop. At that time, lodging at the I gro p iinvo to study the rich va- PAHOKEE i I
Poinciana wan $25 per day thr; ut wild plunt bird and) animal ForGOVERNOR'
"Book learning" was sketchy For life tiers The hospitable owner was L d '
three months, Sidney attended growing old and had become known ;

school at Fort Drum He would, as "Uncle Sid."
come home weekends, walking or He built the first bridge across Elect laX
riding the 20 miles distance. Kissimmee river which he later sold MILLARDCALDWELL !
In 18U4 he married Meriva Hoi. to the state In 11)10) A drawbridge,

lingsworth daughter of Mr. and Mrs it crosses the KUsimmce almost in x u
J. S. Hollingswoith of Arcadia, a front of the present ranch house I
Florida family with large cattle and He was a member of the Method nN
Farmer War VeteranLawyer ,
citrus Interests. The young peoplemet .st church and the state and county Tested Statesman :
1 never heard of Mm." March
when she was visiting relatives attlemen's association. They drifted i
who lived in the Kisslmmee River "Uncle Sid.." children have been away gradually not yet convlncel I Florida Can Se Confident I
valley. identified with the life of the state. they had been mistaken-Sebrlng I with Caldwell
Their cousins, the children of the American. Mllkil I Ado<. ',Id IN b. r,_ fMllllif
When his sons married, Captain : ,
ClMnU [
Pearce law that they became estabImhed brothers and sisters, have become I

on a ranch of their own. Sid.lIey' prominent In this section of Florida ,'

place was in Cornwell, a few and many prominent cattlemen In I '

nllcs from the homestead. The Hiffhlnndi aniTOkeechobee counties "- r=:: 11&12H
young couple built their' home there, are members of the Pearce family 'P'IJ"f. ft
which became known as the White Mis1 Pearl Pearce was delegate at -
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House place. A large white structure large to the National Democratic 4: --IS s
It was considered a mansion In Convention In Chicago four years I' nBV i
those days, and boasted the luxuryof ago and was Highlands county's first r
glass doors. Democratic committeewoman Her
Four children Were born to them: sister Edna now Is committeewomanand '
Clifford, Ruth, Pearl and Edna. also secretary-treasurer of the 1ke Cave I

Sidney became active In affairs of county cattlemen's association. !
the county and was elected county In recent months on a trip to I'I SATURDAY: 2:30: P. M.
commissioner. Once every month he Jacksonville, Uncle Sid was suddenly -
traveled by horse or by boat up the surrounded in a hotel lobby by al"j of your tractors, trucks and farm-machinery, so that i

river 90 miles to Kissimmee. Previously horde of soldiers who were positIvehe I they can do their in
part producing the additional SUNDAY
he had occasionally taken the was Jack Garner, known by some : 2:30: P. M. '
ballot box to the county seat at of them as "Cactus Jack Garner food our Boys need for Victory! Remember-idle i I Ii

Suras"ta, 150 miles away. former vice-president of the United I Ii'
Travel in those days was a tedious States. Ef Ing taken completely by | rust and grinding wear help the Axis "i i'

and hazardous undertaking. The surprise, Uncle Sid answered "Boys, I':
Every Southern farmer is doing his share In !
trip to Sarasota was made by horse planting: t' e tt,

back. When the family went visiting 16,000,000 acres more than last year's record total. With a I ",
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relatives In Arcadia, it took two
shortage of manpower, his tractors, trucks and machinerymust
days The trip was broken at Se
brine, which then boasted no town, WANT TO LEARN be on the job-constantly-to do their share I

but was considered a good campsite
Travel waN by wagon and horseback. A SKILL? I There are more than 500 Standard Oil bull: storage plants ; ?
I Ia
Tin,' wen no bridges, but there always in Alabama: Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, and r. "I'r

was a flat bottomed boat the at Would you like to be a radiooperator with willing men in each of them to help you in I'F F
,dn crossing points known to
cart skilled
a stenographer, an
loijil people. The catch was to find airplane mechanic, an expert driver? the efficiency and prolonging the life of farm MiSSiSSiPPi'I II; r,
rs
,. the boat and sometimes it meant In the Women's Army Corps you This is nothing new to them-they have been 'I'j I
swht.i.ilng the river to hunt for It. have a chance to get valuable Army I I
the years. Their service and Standard Oil products ', ,;.Kjlt
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The usual procedure was to put are a : tt
training-training that may pave I
wagon or buggy on the boat and to the way to bigger pay, better jobs I I everywhere. Let them help you in this "Food Fights:: fo' g g'II'
swim the horses across. after the war. | Freedom" '
died, and program. ... XA
In 1897 Captain Pearce TODXY: find out about all the WAC "y .-... )I
a It was then that the present spacious offers 'ou-the Interesting jobs, the 0't.. :

ranch house fronting on the chance to meet new people and fee FREE Wartime Maintenance Manual A.iyJ /-<:iZJ.eriil \ I :

Klsslrrmee, was built. In 1911, the new places, and to help your country. "" Get a copy of this complete, [: .;tJ;" I( 4 M I
mother died, and Sidney purchased APPLY at any U. S. Army Recruiting ? 64-pag book from your c''t:'! : ; :
the ranch house and surrounding Station. Or write The Ad. } Standard Oil man. It will ''lK'1 VIdNr9.. fl n' Ih
land from the estate. In the meantime Jujant General, 4415 Munitions Bid,. '! help you kftp your farm machinery "- '.e',1 tour"0. r' .,
"Fit \
and Fighting. :
he had becor'e a trustee of Washington 25, D. C.. I fr.'I' i S Sr h
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the ,so
schools. Through his efforts (Women In essential war Industry I rsu
choolhouse only a half mile from must have release from their em. ,
BRONC RIDING BULL RIDING
the ranch house was built. He saw ployer or the U S. Employment 1IC I,
to it that his children received the Service) I Ioo
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had
benefits of school education he

not had. ( :":":"M-----XM:":":..* >t CALF ROPING '
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Stetson --
Clifford later attended : .
university, DcLand; Pearl graduatedfrom I'
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THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. '
Florida State College for Wo tX:, STEERVRESTLING :
men In Tallahassee and Rollins college

Winter Park; and Edna from ''I I(' I I'
.J.(4'.tf\1\.."" "'I' (
Florida Southern College at Lakeland nt, .' 'II.
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where she since has served ai '.;}";"ft"I: .''./ stttI ''II TRICK RIDING TRICK ROPING '
president 61 the alumni association. (:; c ?
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Through the years, the Pearce .)-. -,,-, ,, i
ranch has been one of the most hos pJ ,
pliable places of the countryside.The '
first time Mr. Pearce went ,/ l CONTESTS
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out of the state of Florida was In r ; ,;*..I dr" L ,
the early twenties He was sent to 'Ie

Tallahassee when DeSoto county was Open to the World
being divided Into several smaller I:'
counties. While In the capital, he ,(

crossed the state line to Thomas- 1,1 S General Admission Including\ All Seats I

vllte, Ga He did not go out of the ,

ago.state again until about five years 1/1, Adults $1.25Children

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While the state of Florida was t
bJrzA Servicemen and Women
carved organizedstate I ,
being out as an
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the Pearce family lived In the .- j.
prosunt ranch house under three r _v ? I iI4 iI\Kaa ?5c, Tax Included i
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special catch your eye In the "It all goes to prove what I've said time and I Produced By I
Man paper, Judge?" timeagain,Chet.. >Tohibition does not prohibit. C'
Brush r I "Sure did, Che t...an article here telling It's been tried in this country 47 times In 1 OSCAR CLEMONS I
about prohibition in India being written the last 33 years and discarded everywhere
will be in oil by the Madras government as a dismal except in three states. Was found to be a Ij,
failure after a three-year trial. They found failure
I and abandoned in Canada, Norway, I K
out that enforcement was ineffective and Sweden, Finland and Russia, too. { .
OKEECHOBEEMarch I that there was a steady increase in boot "Same thing happens every time..as soon Net Proceeds Are Used to Purchase
legging and other violations of the law which as legal liquor is voted out,bootleg liquor with

16-17-18 I increased penalties failed to check. its crime and corruption moves right in." War Bonds In Jaim Beach Countyc. ": .


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