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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: July 28, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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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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aG'I'!. .EORCE; ; REIGHERT I SCT. REDDIN: KILPATRICKREP01UEL I II

News of Our BoysIn IS HOME) Ar'lEU ItEINk Miss Elizabeth ) MISSING HAS I E. G. Kilpalrick Resigned As

BEEN: LOCATED IS SAFE

Various Camps tlOt'\I/U-_AT A.NZIO, I1ALY I Dowling -- Ray I I; Cashier of Okeechobee County

I I Word him reached here that Sgt

At Home & Abroad Sergeant Geoige Reichart return I Simmons MarryThe Redder Kilpatrick, who was reported Bank; Tooke Will Take Place
id! to his home here yesterday after I ini'sing in action June 21, IMS been

: 110011 after spending several month located and is now safe. Sergeant -

Mrs T M. Jcrrell of Piilm Hirbor in the army hospital. after having I' Central Christian Church was kilpatrick: had l just been cited for'' McCARIHT ItEUXIO-MMJLY HAS 1 E G. Kilpatrick Jr., who has been
has received notice from the meritorious conduct In six Consecutive WITH MEMBERS!
afternoon at cashier of the
the Okeechobea
been woundud In the fighting at setting yesterday IN TilE County
War Department that her ion, Cpl. I 5:30, for the wedding of Mill Eva I raids over enemy territory anda ARMED SERVICESA Bank since Iti'opening here last No-
Anno beachhead in
Rufus G. Jerrell, was wounded inaction Italy. Serg. Elizabeth Dowling, daughter( of Mrs.! few Jays later he was reported I ember, has resigned that position
In Italy on June 1No fur Reichert was wounded in the leg late Mr.I missing in action. This is the firstinformation family reunion with members and
Raleigh C. Dowling and the accepted the position of Vice
l b> shrapnel and the bone was lhat- I of the family who In the!
the has had sincehe are
ther detail. were announced. family now President
Dowling, to Ray Vernon Simmons, and Cashier of the Florida
und l badly. ''1 I armed services of the '
-0llr. BM2c, I'SNR son of Mrs Bryant' was missing. Sergeant Kilpat- country was State Bunk at Sanford. Hit
: and M,i. K. E. Stello are In lie i 0 at the home of his father, Bowden and tho late Claude E.'I I rick was a waist gunner aboard a held at the home of Mr. and Mrs resignation biicamo effective last

receipt of a letter from thelt ton, George; Reiehert, on the Fort Pierce Simmons of this city, formerly of 1 B IT Flying! roitress. D B. McCarthy Sunday. Those'' Saturday.

he Road i I --- .v--- --- present were Lieutenant Dan McCarthy -
Carl which
Sergeant Stello In
__ I Okeechobee, the Ruv Frank L. Mr. Kilpatrick was elected cashier
says ha It getting along fine In .y -- Stuck officiating at the ceremony. W. J. Master Sergeant Maurice of the Okeechobee County Bank at
: Rep. Hendry J. McCarthy, and Corporal and Mr.
England Carl has been In England Corporal GlennMcLaughlin The church was decorated with Its opening and remained at Its head

for the pan eighteen months and 'ill" baskets of white (gladiolus, Lawrence McCarthy, who were on eight months during which time it
that he likes it fine over there Will Attend Meet l leave from the army. Benlde these
subs Itihlias and palms and tall candelabra grew to have more than one million
lout would lIke to be home.W WonI holding lighted white tapers Mr. and Mrs. J. D, McCarthy were dollars in resources. The deposit

I iiist a soft glow In! Today also prenent.I.uut. did not quite reach the million\
T. Smith and wife (colored) Tampa Dun McCarthy left Sundayto
The Purple Heart \11'.. Aurelia Baker, organist, of.r"r.d mark.In .
from return to North Camp Hood,
caved letter this week
r< a
I a program of nuptial music announcing hit Intention to accept
th.ir ion :Mixle Lee Williams, in I pear' to and during the ceremony, Representative W. J. Hendry und Texas Master Sergeant Maurice J. the position and leave Okeechobco -
in \\ old lies been received that Cpl. McCarthy left Monday for :Miami
fine
which he he ii doing
says
uliu-h Included "Serenade" (Schub-, Uiynnt Uowdun will leave today for Mr. Kilpatrlck stated that
Il, Ii now stationed on (G.1); 'n McLnughlin hue peon award., anti places unknown, and Cpl. and
thearmy. dti I. "Romance" (Weineanski), :IIy1I'al.t Taaipu where they will attend the he regretted very much that circumstances
tin Island of Corsica where he ha cd the l'ul'plc Hi\ 'art bj the United I !Mr,. Lawrence McCarthy left Tucs-
at Thy Sweet Voice" (Faint- caucus of the members of the 194S were causing him te
\I. with the of occupationsince Mutis Army, Cpl. McLaughlin' is day to return to the army camp at
m army liu-uii), and "Cantilcne \Nupitale": session of the Florida Legislature leave Okeechobee, as he liked the
Alllel Mrs. J. J. Me-: Winter Haven, Fla. !
and
Mr. '
Invaded by the the of
It son
was llJubolse( ). "Liebstraum" (Lint) which begin their meeting tonight, I town and the people very much. but
-,.\l'raI l month ago, Laughlin of Okeechobee. ] ass softly played during the cere The meeting will last through Sat --V the new position in Sanford was a

Cpl. McLaughlin took part in the( mony. Tom Perkins, AEMJc, USN, urday. Mary Louise Lund decided promotion In the banking
who is stationed with Invasion of Attu Island and was
Alfcy \Ming soloist, sang "Because" (d'llardelot) The purpose of the meeting will I field Mr. Kilpatrlck asked the

t1'"- army at tbi training camp In. one of the first few men that were I und "I Love You Truly" (Bond) and be the selection of a Speaker of the Okeechobee News to express his regrets .
,ksonvllle l spent several day of landed on the Island lie was carded and Charles Owens
Gov Hutchinson Jr., violinist, played"At House of Representatives for the to his many friends here at
tlii"i week here with his wife and there In a submarine and he in not having been able to see each
Dawning" (Cadman) and 0 1U45 session which convenes '
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,mother. and the others were landed from it]I l'io'Ise Me" (DeKoven). i Tallahassee next April Also at this Married Erie Pa. one and that he hoped to be able
He remained ashore and took part ,
; Tern will to see them at some later date
:' The bride, given In marriage by meeting the Speaker Pro
Sergeant J. D. Wilson left Wed 'in the fighting In the cold weather I Mr. Kilpatrick will be succeeded
her twin brother, Russell E. Dowl- be selected
rat .day afternoon to return to the until his feet and legs were frozen.] UK, seaman lc, USCG, had as her There will be no contest for the A wedding of considerable inter- by R. C. Tooke who Is now employedb

army training camp at Frederick, After he left there he was carried, matron of honor, Mrs. Raleigh C. election of the Speaker as Representative nt here was the marriage of Miss the Lee County Bunk at Fort

Oklahoma, after spending a week ',, to an army hospital where at first| Puwlmg, Jr. \Miss' Barbara Floodwas Evans Creary of Stuart II i Mary' Louise Lund of Erie Pa., to Mjeri. who will take charge of the

l h,, ,11 with hit parents, Mr. and :Mrs the doctors wanted to take hn feet maid of honor and the Misses unopposed for that place. There I.1 |, Charles P. Owens, of Clewiston| bank on August 10. Until he reaches

E J. Wilson, .,, and legs off but he objected so( Lois Abbott of Tampa, cousin of ; a lively three'cornered race for the which took place Tuesday at the< here the bank will be In charge of

pensacola. Fin., strenuously that they decided not the bride wind Margurite Phillips post of Speaker Pro Tern in which i bride's home in Erie J Mr. Whidden, assistant cashier, with

July 17, 1944 !' to operate on him. After several, Were brldesn+aids. Malcomb G. Simmons .j, Representatives Leo Wotitzky of Mr. Owens is the son of Mrs. 'j Mr. McNulty and Mr. Carroll\ comIng -

okocchobee' News, month his feet and legs started to I AEMJc: served as beat n.an Uiiulctti County, Buck Hancock of Ruth B. Owens of tlewmton. He II'j ju down part of the time until Mr.
okuechobee, Fla. | improve and he was later moved toa graduate of Okeechobee High Tooke arrives here.
and Sinn Ayers
for his brother and acting as ushers -J! .Madison Count,
Hello Bryant : Just wonder what hospital In Texas where he is now; were Raleigh C. Dowling Jr.,; of Gilchnst County: are the candidates School and for the past seeral years I In leaving here Mr. Kilpatrick
doing these long hot days. and word has been received | i I has been here the he not disposing
you are located yeoman lc, L'SNR; of Miami, Francis for that place. employed by made it clear that was
are trying to catch all that he has so far | United States of his stock in the Okeecho ,
1 guess you by hi. parents ( It. Mills, coxswain, ISand 11IIdd.lon! to the selection of .Sugar '
the flab in the hoke. Well: there U reuoverwt teat he I. aWe to drive' N.'l 1Stiilispamun lc, US.NR"; bottt 1 1of ; tn"e 'Speaker tni1 the Spea'ker' Pl'O'' 1'11. :!oun.oupi'r= corporatien'l bee.c'owlliy Bau144sM1s. .. .t..4 kl >**' .. ( ya ... I r

no place to fish here much except trucks for the hospital.; j the Jack.onvl1elaval\ \: Air Sta.1, Tern other matters of Importance|: Iston'last Thursday and V
water ant I don't care much McLaughlin was home last to their friends at 401 Arcade -
salt\ Cpl. tion. 1 and of much benefit to the next many LATEST MARCH OF
for thut kind of fishing but boy I year after his return from Pale blue satin bodices made with I session of the Legislature will be Avenue. TIME SHOWS "BACK
be down there for a time here on Attl1\I II : I The of the wedding
to following account
would like and spent some \ shadow yokes and bouffant skirtsof discussed among the members. \ I DOOR TO 10K.10*

week or two and if nothing happens|I, lough. I II matching net were the gowns 1 The City of :Miami has asked the I I Is taken from the July 11 issue -
coming down there on 15-day V of the Erie Dispatch-Herald: I ;
1 am 1 Legislature to meet
the
I chosen by the honor attendants.Mrs. members of A military which may hasten
have In October. I Shulman has returned to time later in the I Mr. and Mrs Cyrus Lund, 3545
Mary Dowling carrying a bouquet of in that city some i j victory in the Far East GeneralStilwell'l
Well in the first place 1 know you and be the guesti'1 i Sassafras Street, announce the marriage 'I I
pink gladiolus tied with blue tulle,,i fall of the year Burma march-forma the
to hear from me but several I The of their Louise
are surprised I and :Miss Flood carrying pink; of the city on that occasion. daughter Mary | subject of this month's dramatic

you will be surprised to know that went at the time her husband, Mike gladiolus tied with pink tulle. The I: date for that meeting will probablybe 1 to Charles B. Owens, ion of Mri. March of Time, "Back Door To Tokyo .
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the Navy. I think Ruth B. Owens of Clewiston Fla. ,
I really do like underwent a serious op at the meeting en: ,
Shulman, \ bridesmaids wore similar dresses in announced ; that will be shown Sunday
the best brunch of service that hospital I The ceremony took place on I
it t is eration 11I New York and
Monday at the Gilbert
I pule pink and carried pink gladiolus Tampa. Tu"1 Theatre.
Uncle Sam ha.. Tell all them boyi ] return she states that V I day at 2 p. m. In the Lund The
Upon her tied with blue tulle. They all\ wore I full significance of this march
that were in the same and returned to' dunce Dr. Thomas D. Colley of the,
there fine
down Hancock
Mike stood the operation matching arrangements In their Mrs. T. J, will be seen in the opening of a
that I was in which should afternoon I First Methodist Church officiating
ices
to Saturday
was well on his way recovery.o hair. her home hero land supply route to China, now
have been inducted when I was I where she hat Members of the bride'i family and
Tallahassee
The bride wore white duchess from fighting groggily In her seventh
eight months ago which have not :Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cone, former satin fashioned with a silk lace yoke spent the past six' weeks in attendance close friend attended the ceremon). year of war.Despite .

Win inducted yet that it U not 10'1 I residents of Foil Pierce have rented and sweetheart neckline, and fitted at summer school at the Plo'r.Idll The bride, who was given In mar.' the fact that all her sup-

bud to come on in and ao their i the upstairs of the old Bank of Ok I Ii sleeves trimmed with white sequins State College. I j I rings by her father, wore an Ice1 I plies must still ba brought in by

jmrt.' i ecchobee building and have moved extendind into points over the -n- blue crepe afternoon dress and car.1 i' air, the film, points out, the Chinese

Bryant, I don't know who iub- there where they are making their hands. Her fingertip veil of illusionfell :Mrs W. B. Hargraves was carried I ned a bouquet of white carnations have taken renewed hope from
Bribed for the japer tor roe but Mr. Cone Is the to the hospital at Clewiston Sunday and baby's breath.
home at present. 1'1'0111& coronet of orange blossour I General Stilwell'i striking military ,
1 do appreciate! It. I have moved Denmark where she underwent an'
local manager for the and she curried a bouquet of afternoon Shll :Mrs. Richard Eastman, slater' of. feat, and are fighting doggedly to
address has changod, soplease Tuesday morning |
and
my Furniture Company here and hoi tubeioges centered with a white operation I the bride, attended her and chosea join forces with him In a final
change to my new installed the operation and at,
my paper through
] recently had telephone orchid. ', went navy blue silk bolero suit and blow which will open to them a
,,,Idr.... Well, tell all the people writing ii !improving.
the number being 113. Mrs. Dowling, mother of the bride, this I carried a bouquet of yellow\ gladioli land supply route with its flood of
hello for me and family. I hopo toe I -0- ''
___ was gowned in aquamarine, jersey Mulcom McDowell! of Akran Ohio, war material.
"' them all loon. :Mrs. J. C. Flatt left Wednesdayfor
made with a deep lace yoke, and attended the (:room as best man. I "1 lcked out" of Burma, in his
Yours truly und thanks, ward Tokyo. These news stories Lakeland where she will spenda
Eddie Tindallv and picture are submitted to you I Ii I wore a corsage of Talisman rose.. week vlilting friends and relatlvei. -1 1, The bl'l
v i solely on their'I|I The bridegroom'i mother, Mrs. der blue afternoon dress an.1 a gardenia Door To Tokyo" shows, let about
I for your judgment .
COMBAT of supplying Bowden, chose blue, fashioned witha I I cortege. I. laying his plain to return and take
S. MVK1NE tOUl'S news value. Our job -0Mrs. -
COKKEM'O.NDEMS! UEUM) TO I YOU. with the..newi of the hometown I lave bodice and chiffon skirt. Her : F. F. Burr returned to her,, For going away, the bride chose ,' vengeance on the Japi for hit

SERVE OKEECIIOBEE MEWS" : Marine has now become our i corsage was of pink roses. home here Sunday after spending I]I'I.. brown and white dress with 'I humiliating defeat. In India he set

full ttme Job, and our policy has White gladiolus and cater were two week In Gainesville where ihe matching accessories and a yellow\ about training Chinese troops -
used in doiuiating the Dowling 1 who had succeeded in
glumellla. men escaping
ierl-
Atlanta. Georgia, 17 July, 1944 become one of news and news alone war called on account of the
'i nome' for the reception, which was 1 the Japanese trap, and volunteer
Out of town the wedding
Okeechobee News, I And may I again remind you that our lllnesi of her mother.in gueits at
'held immediately following the i flown out by U. S. planel.
Mr and Mri. Creed
Public
Okeechobee, Fla. the :Marine Corps Division of I were ,
Dear Sir: 11 Relations would like to have you I c'uiemony. The large covered bride'i the trainee managers: office of Ericksen of Warren, Pa., and Mr. \\ hile our airmen, flying the

During the months since Decem- consider! our Combat Correspondentsas table held an arrangement of these the Western Union Telegraph Com and :Mrs. Edmund Bergs of Jamestown 'Hump," world's most perilous air
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11'r 7, 1941, title Section and Its publicity 1' members of your staff. Please ulossoms Clanked by white tapers pany. The bridegroom was gradu j| N. Y, i route, kept the forces inside China

sergeants have been calling feel free to call on us for storiesund 'I'm silver candelabra At one end ated from the Okeechobee High i Those who have entertained for;, supplied as well a* they could, Conmul -

on you from time to time for the ., protographs of :Marines from was placed the punch bowl and a School In the clan of 1040. I Mrs. Owens are the :Misses Margaret Stilwell set about building a

]publication of stories aimed at recruiting I I your community who might have I the other end, the tiered wedding Out-of town wedding guests attending Ann Mahoney, Jeanne Marie Mattie -: formidable army for his comeback.

both for the Marine Corps '|I been overlooked by our busy Combat cake, topped with a miniature were the following Mr. and I I Mrs. Richard Summcrsgill and With these troops dulled in the

and the Marine Corps Women'i Re-'' Cotrespondente All we need is themall" sailor and his bride. :Miss Pauline Mrs Raleigh C.: Dowling Jr., brother :Mrs Gretchen Glngenbach. I I use of modern weapons, the film

serve.I I full name and home town.If Cage! Mrs. Cecil Cowart, Mrs B. and si.tcr-in law of the bride, of The former Miss Lund was graduated shows, he then prepared his surprise

am happy to report that unless tie's a Smith a Jones or a Brown, I A. Bevllle and Mrs. Frank Dunn Miami; Russell E. Dowling, USCG, from Academy High School 1IIr. | striking across the three

mualtles are unexpectedly high, please give, all three name., If theyare assisted in serving and Miss Dorothy twin brother of the bride now stationed \ Owens is employed by the United hundred intervening mile of track-

our recruiting needs are row well available Then the assignment West kept the bride'i book. in San Diego, Calif.; Mrs States Sugar Corporation In I less jungle which leparated China

taken eare of,' thanks to the patriotic will be lent on to the Combat Correspondent The mantel In the living room held Bryant Bowden mother of the Clowlston', Fla., where the couple from the allied supply base in

cooperation of the newspaper I with his unit, and with- an arrangement of white gladiolus bridegroom, and Mr. B. A. Bevillt,II will live.-Clewiston News.V India.

lien of the South and Southwest | In few weeks the story will be I and dahlias and in the dining room sister of the bridegroom, both of -- The story of this march and its

Accordingly this Section and Ui l I back, for your exclusive use. I white tapers In silver candelabra Okeechobee; :Mrs. H. L. Moore and I effect In hastening the end of the
Word has been received of
District Sergeants will\ no longer be Again let nip thank you for the banked with green were used on Mrs L. H. House of Jessup, Ga.i; Dr. just war in the Far East is told In

calling on you for recruiting pub| favors during our intensive recruit- I the mantel, and Mrs. W. E. Middleton, Mm I the death a few weeks ago of Mrs "Back Door To Tokyo." New icenel

lict, ). :May I offer my thanks and Ing campaigns, and let me promise, Mr. and Mri. Simmons left durIng Sledge Middleton and Mrs. Eugene Minnie! Goldner, wife of Pro Meyer! candid studies of the Allied leaders .

that of the United States :Marines i' th.,. you will be repaid by many .he evening for a wadding trip Matthew. of Starke; Mr. and Mri. Goldner, optometrist, of Jasper, Ala and new facts on this important

for a Job well done. good news stories on the Marines I to D lytona Beach, the bride Wear.'L. A. Abbott, the :Misses Loll and The family had many friends here I phase of the war make this a

During recent months, through our I from your Community ing a violet silk crepe dress with, Marjorie Abbott of Tampa; Mri,, who will learn this with deep re- vivid and dramatlo MOT,

Combat Correspondents and Photographers Sincerely, bla.k accessories. On their return, Arthur J. Fox of Birmingham, Ala,;; gret. Dr. Goldner was proprietorof V
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wo have been increasing R. -P. WHITE, II after August 1, they will reside in Mrs Zebb King, aunt of the bride the Okeechobee Jewelry Company T J. Hancock\ left Wednesday for

the flow of live\ home-town new Major, y. S. Marine Corps I this city, (I groom, of Fort Meade. FlorldeI during boom days and seeral'yearsafterwarda Veterans Hospital at Bay Pines
Alabama in the
about the Marines from your town. Acting Officer In Charge, Public Mri. Simmons Is a graduate of I Times-Union. moving to where he will! spend several dayi
Relations! Section Southern Pro. Andrew Jackson High School 1.1 the V 1934 with the wife, ion Arthur and I
In the future, this will Increase even medical treatment. ., 't'-

more at the Marines; roll on to. curtmtnt Divlilon. Inns o( t 1)41. .,send. l is i now employed i Advertise In The Newi II!I daughter Helen. '",.. undergoing.




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-' Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Burke of Jack.' IN TUB mtrriT cornr or TITS':1'I Capt. J. E. Whitbeck, Miami, sen- year- in which Coast Guard has I of the Coast Guard at home and

aru spending their vacation visiting'' ('lIOBEI ('OISTIS l'JoICEIIY.CA .I I naval district, which Includes all of I beachhead landings of troops and the urgencies of this war. It I.a ll

at the home of 'Mr. and Mrs, C. n.1' WATFORD Plaintiff. Florida cult of the Apalachicola equipment under extremely ha Published Every mday by theOkecchobe J I I t I II !
VI. conditions-gives adequate. rea continuous slnco 1700.
News Co., nt Okeecho- Parkerion and family. Mrs. Burke urn MA in'WATFORD: river except Duval (Jacksonville) out
bee Okeechobee County Florida is the sister of Mr. Parker on. Pefomlnnt )1NOTICE I I and Nassau counties, commenting on son for making this 1944 celubra.1 'I am proud of the Coast Guard
TO AI'PKAHTo :
IAIK.MUtY: WAIFOKP, r.1 the 134lh Toast Guard anniversary] tlon one of special at an arm of America's fighting
BRYANT BOWDEN .. .. .... motor I GEMS FOR SOUR SCRAPBOOK oral forulii I
I You 8r- hereliv ordered to appear cnla Friday, Aug. 4, said: | Ingnen of officer and men of the
of 7th naval
Entered!: as second elms matter to the Bill of roiiiiliitnt for divorce the performance
Exaltation to the utmost
Toast Guard to serve
Allied
Watfort In "The mounting success of
flip' M,' furl\
July 1. 1914 at the Poet Office In the nliove nurflmit nMIeil:von came on or hefore 1 tako this occasion district per.onnel-here and In ev.
I People never Improve unless they illusion forces during the pant I II of their; ability
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Okeerfiobce. Florida under the I the 7th dOY'of August A. 1> 1W4
look to some standard or example nthi-rwls II,. allegations of the Bill played a part of great operational, to reaffirm my belief that the spirit cry combat loner .
Act of March 8. 1879.
) of Tomplnlnt will ho token n* eon.I
higher: and better thai themselves.
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feeed aLwleet vot1. I .
Remain! notices In local columns I Tyron Edwards This; ; order: shall l 10 e pulillHlieiln.nllna "'<". -- -- .-- --- ---- .- -
10 cents line. Rates for display to Inw In The OkicohnhceI .
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What and .
I we truly earnestly aspire -I \ .w. A 'nennniiper of general clrenlittlnti -
advcrtlilnir furnished! on application its place of w
hn\lnir prlnelpnl
to be, thAt In some sense ware I
Classified advertising. 2 cents liiiHlneiK' In the ("ountv of Okeeihobce,
-Anna Jameson.Wh..n elate, of I'lorliln. THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
each word per In rtlon. All Items Pnteil nt ok"boh.l Ftorlilu, this
regarding enterprises conducted forpI'oflt we are exalted by Ideas, tllh ilnt of June 1IHI .
WP do not owe this to Plato but ROY It. H. EHSON., I
are chareeable at rdvertlslng\ Clerk of Circuit CourtOkpechohce IE'ry
to the Idea to which also Plato was, roiintv. Florida t 1

-Advertising- bills are payable on debtor.--Emerson. I II' "' ('t. "Aeal' Hv) Snrhronln I'ense, U. C.I't A_ / i
the first of each month. Parties Mirv Snnilcrfur "PchiilnmntlnMie 2I.
unknown to publishers required to I .\ for I'lnlnlirr
I' VOTKK or 1'1'1.10nos FOR
pay In advance I TAX DEED :\nrl'E OF .'I'I.If'TIO'f FOR
lawn of 10U: T\\ IIt.t.l
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14 tested l the let of I'rcsiott. holder of Tax (ertlflcnteo I., ta
One year In advance ... .... $200 ilny
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Six months In advance ........... 1.00 toy offli e: tin* made application for duly, A. I). 1'MJ! has filed nine In ,
Three months In advance ..... .. .73 n TUT IVort tn he tsuncil thereon. Snl'l" im office: linn made nppllentlon for .
erltfliiito. inihriKCK the following il<>- I n Pin teed ,I'I he (untied lliereiin, Snliliirllflinti '!
HI rllii-il |iriuTI\| In the County of lulunien the follovtliig ile.
okn s,'rlln"il\ prnpirtt In the CniinM 1iikni ..
Mrs. Bryant Bowden returned to to-witRV : 'holiii, .. viiih of I'lorliln to witInm :
1 Tl: linn Ire 81 1 I.1 nod, ) 13 firna nlogddl.' .
Okeerhobcp Saturday after spending .
'I'll ninoMMipnt of Bald prnpertviinilir Inn In Pity if OkPi'ehohecI \ I
several days of last week in Jack. nld (VrtlfloniilN' neil wns In I niHeimnpnt of cold property
I Ih.- nnnio of Tlllln ,ntp.. ,iiinliT,' mill) "rtlth'",,' IHHIIKI! nns InIh.
onvllle where she went to attend rilnns unlil Certlflrnte ihnll he re- ,. 'mime' nf (:nrM'l.nllll'hllll.. ":..Inle.t.III. a ,+
the wedding of her son Ray Sim1mens I I ilivincil nfoorillng to law. property do.Nirlhpil .... enid' Certificate shnll he reileomeil 1 O
'I tliiroln nhnll lie nolil to the ncdirilliig to low |property d"" iI
and Miss Elfraboth Cowling 1, hltfhPdt Mililcr nt the roiirthninB door rlhH. therein shnll! I'. sold<1 to the
mi the fleet In hlirhint bidder nt the Coiirthoime door
Monilny the month of
which was solemnised In that city .AuiriiHt'' 11U. Which l Is the 7th ilnv. of mi the fp| .t Mnndn.T In the month of ? {
last Friday afternoon. I|I AllKllst 1114. An gnat, 1'Mt! nhlih Is I he 7th duof t
Unfed Mils' Rlh Inv of .lulv toilHOY ,Viiiimt. 1'Mt. i I
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: U. RU'I.ERSON.i \lorI.. It.XI'I.LIKO\. 4
When men speak ill of theo so I Clerk Circuit Court of Clerk Circuit Court of r ;
live that nobody will believe them. II'lr'lIlI Oknwhohoe ('ounty. Florid 'I Okwltnhpc County, Florldni .
Court Seal) "i'!In'nil (ourt Seal!)
WANTED-To buy range cattl.|I _. __ __ 4 4s

Small, Phone or large 104,numbers.P. 0. Box F.288 T.Okeeehobee Wilson '!11iiIiB- -"-:.,.:-_'...' _'.,..==...'.."=.,..,. ...',,=.'.''.==':.'e,-==':'..=.......':'.__U:,.:-:- .:.,.:.. i ( j

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FOR IALE-1988 Ford Deluxe:j! YOUR 1'r '

Coup Good condition with good i

tire. Irena Williams. i i |, .( "Mary and I were just saying, Judge, how "I was very much Interested the other day
-0- !' !r': TIRES lucky we are here in America that we have so in read'ng a statement made by a high government
FOB SALE-12 big fat mules, will, | many natural resources to help win the war." official on synthetic rubber. In it haeaid

sell one or all, cash or credit PaJ-ji I I ;;I SMOOTH ? "That's right, Jim. When war broke out '11 is fair to regard the rubber manufac

rick Chevrolet Company, ft. Flaws, we had oil, we had steel we had food turedtodateasbeingalmostsolelytheprod.lumber

Florida. I I0 aluminum...practically everything uct of the beverage distilling industry."'

I we needed. There's one thing we didn't "lIe also said that, in his estimation, the
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FOB SALEt 614 foot fence poets; Grade III Tires are becoming almost impossible y y't I 11c,\'o.., rubber. The cntiny had that." tremendous contribution of distillers' industrial -

30 cents each In truck lend lets ," "But that didn't bother us for long. Soon alcohol to the synthetic rubber program

('. T. Wall, Box 311 Stuart, lI'la. to secure that are any good and O. I American brains and industry had synthetic had not received the recognition which it
'I i 34 34P. rubber by the tons rollmgoui of plants.That dc erves.."
Electric Refrigerator
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Phone 88. | E A. again calls all tire users' attention to :y filled a critical need you can't win a "\Ve certainly learned something today,
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; | war without rubber." didn't we Mary?" ,
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IF YOU want to get man ml 1. write': II

Box 26, Vancouver \\'ash. I'I That it will J.- r-any months before A Card I tka.Jtatumml ipmurtt h Ctnjnntt Alt lloli.B until Indiulrttt,I''.

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'I as th-y become smooth. Send them to one of

Oke.ehnl'ee-. :!r It the South's finest plants, ten years experience: 5a i r

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JrL28, 1941 TilE OKEECIIOBEE :NEWS
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NOTICE OF Arn.irTIOV FOR .,..nor of tnxp*. or |icrfc' <'Hnir. ri>vl<-\\'. ,'! ChURChES OF CH1UST
NOTICEIn TtIII:H, 1 h'll') nniliiiiilliliiir| ) ( nil .."'Miiienti.( tore the material leniea yielded to
Law of 10.1.1 .If oil) of the tnipuven of the County : StILMST II eplntuul at-nie, the apontl declared
Notice In hpn-liy given tUnt Oho. linxe hilt)' cnniplnlnli to mnkpnmilimt '
ohohfie Incorporated holder,! of Tni I I ( the num-iminpiitil) ( enlpn-it that nothing could alienate him
OTtlflonfiNot. 23 30. 42. 41, 47, BOCl "i.'iihmt Ilii-lr. )prnpi-riv on the ll)4t 1: "LOVE" It the tubject of the from God from
Compliance with| ihnpfpr unrci! Florida Ntntntci IDI1.i tlm following ii ml 63 IxmiPil, the lilt ilnv of roll they are hereby 'III.le,1 to nn-ct the iweut nenne and
lImll"t or expciiM-ii' %%'rri. mn\t\ |h V II"| ,. ||0nri lIt County riiininluliini-ra iif July' A. D 1UI2 hn' filed lame In nllh the ",,"r" nf r.iiiiill/tiillon| on the ,| lemon-aarmon which will b, read In : pros4r1c. of Life and Truth" (p.
Ok..h"1. County, Klnrliln. for the f'Hcnl ,onr liriiluiiliig Odolu-r 1st 191I\ tnv office : him niaile, ipplloatlon for ilnte nliuve .,111.,1 nnd prvicnt tholrj, Churches of Chrlit I '
ami Midlnir j Hpptcmlipr" '"h. lot! A Tnt I"' 'd to lie, limed Ih 'refln. PaidCinlflinte iililcctloni nnd) cliilniH nr file thi-ln" ,| ScIentIst 8)81( !
!In. lliinnl will meet in niliiit|; the IlmlKi-t on Monilny. August 7th 1044F \ : cnihrncci the following de- \> rill)I IMI complnlnli) wit Ii the Clerk of thioughout the world on Sunday, u282)V
icrUicil) ) pruportv In the County ofDlippcholiio the Circuit Court on or ht-forp I the
State of Florida to-wit : mill,, dnlc. July 80. I A lolemn and religious regard to
Lot '.'1. Kcctlon f>, "w". X4 KKP. HI.: 1O.flfl 'II' l'ol'\TY: The Golden
: TMMTH: > l-M'KNHH: <.FMK\L Fl"M> Lot 1*. Recllon Ill T".\p. St. llge. :31: CIlMMISSIONEim: Text 111 "Let him spiritual and eternal things It an
Lot 12. Kpctlon 11. Twp. .14. It Ke. 3M OKEI'l: : IHIH1.H Itil'XTV. that iflomth glory In thla that he indiipeniabla element of.11
:!11-Snliirlci. Unnnl of County ('imlI IsMiullers ..--...--.._.......$ 4.3UO.01) Lot 5. Ri-ctlon SJ Twp. 84, Hire 84Lot I"IAJILIIA4EAL trieKriatniin.
212-Hnliir, )' ric-rk llnnril 1'oiuit.v Commlmili iic>ri Uun____..__.. Jlnnno! as. Section 21 1'* !p. 34 HBP. 83: I ) umleritunduth and knowtth me, thatI Dnnlcl Webster
S14! -Rnlnrjr! Tnt Aaapaior------------------------------------------ IBnonn21VRiilnn I Lot) no Rwtlon\ :!o. Twp, 34 Hue. m: C. K. IiAVDClmlrmnn, am the Lord which '
Tnx Collector ___.__ u__. ____..__ _.__ n__ _.-_ .h_ ..n IWKHin) I lot :.Tj MM'I inn, .11 'I'w"| | B4 I Killlot -. :1:1.: ( Attest) Hoy II. llaulcrioii, _Clerk. exerdii lov- There nevui win found, I In any
24'lIIIIIlIflhpIIa? Vox Collector _u_ ..... ..--. .u_. _'n ____ .._-. .. :!UO) nil I lx !S,.,'Hun :HI.) 'I'wl', 34. KRP. 33.I ----- Ingkindneaa, Judgment, and flghta- ago of the world either religion III'
510 !>iiliiry! Pnncrvlnor of lli-KUtrntlnn _. ..__.. __. .__. 4""non I Tim niipMiiif-nt of sell\ property ,1I11C'.: IK .\rriiin louT
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suit\ -Snliin' Atiorii I ..<-\. for Cuiinty Connnlmiloiii-ri .___ ____ .____. u__ not) '10 'nnili-r, ? pal,) Cprtlflcnto Imiiiod wn. In .\\ l>fH> ouineaa, In the earth for In these law that did so highly exalt tile
21N2-I'or: 1 ii-m| of nhorlff for nttPiiillnif ComnilnKloni-ri, ..-. _h_..__.. On no ''Ihe on too of l'IIk""WII.I) II. I II. Dcffenliitneli. I.IIUH III IUIASotlOO ill:ng. 1 delight saith the Lord"-- .
Bible.Bacon
221-Keel. Clerk Clrcnli ('otlPt for admlnlKfratlyp IMirpnm-a ..____.. l."l. I I 1. M. iv I Itn) Ins, 71i1, rgn rIO (1. I ll hl-H-lly 4(1(111: tllnl C: }F.I public Rood us tlu
Mil-Miilnlcnimio' of 4'"II.rtI"".,. ti Kepnlrl. Llghti. pt------- l\.ill.11I1) < I Snlili-r. Suinui'l I Ik'hilc I 1.111'1' Corner l>nulfrnm, holder:I ,nt Tnx Ceitlllcnte Jnemiah 0:24.: & --. - .-
2I1J: -Vnlnn) .Innltor __ ______ h__ n__ __. __._ ____ .___ .h_ ..__ 1.1I..IH'1' I mi.!I (iottlcliin( :Noil. 111.. tIll, Ixsucd the lit day of the
2411: -Iimnrn ,'". I'ri'iiilum .. .. .. ..._..__ I'lilrm nnlil; tVrtirifnliihiill lie rcliiini.il ... .1 Ili7: '. A. 1) 1'I4J tIlls fllPd mine Inin Among citations which eom-
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:.ill\I--KxpiniHKleillinu iiuil I lii-elntrntloni ____..__.___._ ..__._.-....__.. mm' on nrcordltiK to law property, ili>. ulfli'c : title iiiiiiliuppllcutlua for price the Lelion,Sermon .It the
-Lpirnl: !:! AdwrH,, __.. .-._ __._ _._. __._ _.----. .___ ..... ._.___ Mil no I[ icrlhpil I ) lliiTc'ln. iholl lie told to the ii. '1'11'I"ed. to lie Imued ihi-rt'on Stilt ELECTRICAL WORK
::Ailvi-rilaliiK): IiHImiiiPiit TnxPH __.-_.. __.. .___.__....__-...._..__... u I\nO.1I1I( I lilirhi-nt hliliti, nt Ih,' I'olirt lionee door i ..icll'li nli' cnilirncfii I lie fullnwlntr do' following from the Bible : "And wu
2H4-IIx: pennon, TIIX IMImim'nt Imidi) reverting to County .- ........, on tho. flr.t Mnnilny In the month of millipil iropprty In the County( of all work
:jiu) -Adiiiliil.triilMSiinplii., I I ; .. nnd Kxpenapii: ..__. _.__...___ ..__ ____.. .Mn."I I AilfjMiHt 11144.) which) Ii (Ito Ttb diiy of I iKi-iitiolit-v, $tHti' of Klorldn. to-wit : know that thing togetherfor
:RI11Snlnr.Tuvonllc .Tudup) ____ ___e. ..__-....... ..__.. __.. .___. _.__ __ l"nnn A uglier, 1IHI.) KM: of Lot 27 SL'diou: iiO, Twp good to them that love God I P. F. EVANSHOUSE
811.:!-!Snlarv fountv .tnilin-( __._ ____ .__..____..._...-......--__. ..n ........_ 1.mm.nil I liiitcil( Ilili llrh dny of .Tulv( 1044.I10V :.ITi Uiinyo U4.I .
111\-!1l1ll1ry I'rimecutltiirltorni-" __._ __._ ..__. ..__. Un __. _.__ .__ iiiioni) K. UAri.EllSON.: I ''t 10. SIM'tlon 311 Twp. 83. to them who are the called accordIng -
Miilntpiimiii-'"- of Cnuntv Jail) _.__ __........--..__--._--._ ._. .__. ...__ 2'HI.00 I I'lcrk .Circuit Court of I Itnnge 34. to hi. purpoie" ( Romani HliH).
am-Iniinimt'n Coroiicm. .liirnrn Wltneiiea etc. .... ....__.....__ ...._ I'1"04l )) Oki-ei'holii) P ('Ott It)', rloililuCircuit 1 I ;Hie iixHimiii-iit: of mild property WIRING
\ ! M7Mnliitcmiiice: of Conntx' (Vtncterlei ...._.. ___...._..--. .... ---.... I"0000 i. Ih,' mime lIt Mndellnu) V. lietIt7', C. .I'. e -
1\1\--111'11"11)\ till)turk. .: .. ___. ___............-...__._...h_.........1.__... W>.oo tI) fit t: or MI-I-TINO DP ('OI'>TV IIn"1<'"oll.I the following paaiage from the
W.V-flpiiprnl Welfniw u.. .. ___00 .. .--.. ----.-.--- ...-.-.....-..-----.-.. 4.mo) no i 1111 \lIlt OK KIl: .I/HO I j ('lIlc.. mild Certificate shah lie reileinied Christian Science textbook "Sci
(t'.tI.-t Ilium iM-rvnw, nnil Airport __ ........_..._..._..-.__.-.___....___. ..n ""","!! :-OIlTII'I I )1)4! 1IK1U.HY ilVKN:: 'Hint i 1 in'i'iirdlny< ( tit Inw |lr"l'rU' di-.
)0tI--1i.ilerv.. fur rniitlngcneli-a, __ .-.__...-_. .-... .._ .._. .._.. .--...._.... 1.1)(10.00- ) ,I| Ib,' 'I'))a .\.HOKRor mill II"1 llonrd) of 1 rllivil, then-Ill shall lie' sold to the Once und Health with Key to the TOC4ECIt; IA.414
oilipr Expenditure ... .............h..h_ -.............-- Coiintv) Coninilmiloiiprii will mcpt In I'I hlirlicit lildilur nt HIP (20))rtltutttle door
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TOTAI.K -----------------------------------------------------,1 ..01)J..H 1 Mn. Mondnviiuunt) ( 7. l'M4! nt ino'cloi Annum.! lnH. which ll the Till dii)' ..r Idea .. N
'k A. M for thp purpone ofequnllylnir I I .\IIVIIHt. J'.Mt.! "Spuitual man la the image or b. .
tin11141 A." '..11I1 Hull 1'"I"d(I | till* Mil diiv uf July. 1044. of God, an Idea which cannot beloit
!' of ()keo'loltoe Count) : of hinrlnircuniplnlntii I ROY 11. KAl'LKUSON. \' J take 6 ( 6I
$ INTI'I: ) \1'1' r ( I'F.1\I"F.II MM: .*M> IOHIHTIIII'; n Xit ), ( nnil rpcphlni Icmlinony' nito Clerk Circuit Court of nor separated from its divine :
HIP vnlinuf, unprnpcru.' ( n>nl miernounl Oki'cc'lioln'u County, Florlilii be'
When the evidence
'l Kl-Tnat mil Clerk fin-nit Court __..__.-.....-.... ..__.__. ...--......* I*" Oil | ni fIxed lit Jlu.Cuiinty AH.I (Circuit Court Soul) Principle. I Liquid, tor Malarial Syi.etorn''
R).-. 'o.1 Will Vrfc Comity CourtCo ..__ -.._.. ..,-..?._...__...____. ..__.. 11m! ""
!.':!- .: 't !:.I.I.t. CountyTuillli' _.... ____ __..._.,..... ---- BTnon'i ------- --
ion nun) nnpnrr .._.Un .-.--. ..--.....-...--..... .. .. .------ n." ".'.' I
8'J7: -Conviction' Peci l'r",1I1I1Attorll'" ......:....._.....__. ..__.... WHino
.* VitnuH Keen _... _.__. .-__ ...._..........__........................ lOll) 1111) I
S2'H-Court liiHioRrnpher _-.-__.....___ ____...._.....__....__ ___...---_ __ rl 011I )
I &-">.!-other c'otirt Co.). ........_. .... ..._.,..__. ...........-.......... .u 11I1110 -
flii2 Kmnllnv nnil f'nre of t'rlmnvra .___................._ ...._. ..._ __n Moon ,
Wi'i-lerv! <- for (1'"nllnll'fn _.... .............___...... ..... .____. .._. 2QQ 00

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Labor .___ ____ ..... .......__.................._._.... ..._. _.__$ S.onnon ..rf.l" ;
Mnlntcnniipe nf Knulpment: ...... ..................................... $fll01)424Full
: | nn.l t.tibrlpiiiloii .___ ____.._._....._.. ...._.. MIOOO The title
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4:IT: -Culvorti ..._ _.__ .___ .._.. _. .. ........._..___....__.._........... finooo ,
)Ml: -Itoiil Cointrnctlon _._..........__.. .........._.._... ..__.........._.. _. 1)1)4)00) '
UUU-Ucicrvn for Ciiitlniteiiclc" .___ ....-...__........--.._. ..-....___.... !IIIH'IIII i I ,
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.Hl Trniniioriiitlnii. 4.)) Chili Uemhpra _- ................ '-"> '"> .. ,
.l.* $elar)' of Mvpitm Ili-i-onlpr ..... i'.) 0 -
8lM-Iteierve for Cnfltlhgu'Uelt'u __n. _-_,,,_,_, .._. ..._. ......_... ..__. II ll"

TOTALKKNTI.HATCII'" n._ __-_ ____ ____ __......_. ..__. ____ .-._ ._._ ..__- 1.'.:'" ,. 1 : IT CONSISTS of two simple words.

,l i': Yet every soldier' who's worth his salt covets it.

: RXPKXSKN Itlil <,KNMt\ Bt1tIlISu H M> ( ', l 4M4rnaw1ri. This title is simply :

nn rmidpil' ImlPlitPilnoia . .
Hantere.1 ,,. inrt KXPPIIIPI ............. .... ..... ..__.... IjO' ,' ; : "Good Soldier."
of GuniU .--. ..... ........._.......................... llonu) ; ,,

TOTAL .........-...---....--..----. .................................._..iasuMCITIMifED : :,.._. I tese It isn't just happenstance that so many women
I 0,.. In the WAC have earned this title-the proudest

A1 :' eli7i1 in the Army.
: KSriStEll:: : 1011 *'( )MCIT\ Itl.. \ : ,

.- 4, -COB fablMty ". _......... ......__....__....__. ._._..-....-.._.-..-_._.......-. r.4Inll4l.' I .: /j '1i ; For wherever Wacs are working both here and

1'OTAt.; .__.. .... ..... -..---....._.__....__. ...._.._...............-. Suiiooo) I I j overseas, there you find a job well done. And done ._.

---- : ,: .:. *S.f with a spirit so gallant and fine that high Army i

officers everywhere of the WAC. .
110.1m or coj'NTV ('mmr !sIrt KRs *_ say
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Attvuf: -i "They're soldiers. Good soldiers
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TilE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 28, U44

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--- -- --- NOTICE1)kw4nbee Nerly to Pt. Intersecting Lots U k 10, Blk B, 1101) 1U44. Kuscuient' for druluaze 114reelnmatlan .
road will bresorved.
l fount, Florida. 8 Bdry Mutli Okccrhsbee.. .. and purposes tW'A) of all
Fifty percent
Lot 11 Except 8 ID ft.
July iv. urn of IT M C Ity,: will also
I NOTICE IS IIEIIEHY GIVEN':: thnt thence Herly alone Illk U, "South Uk.- oil, gas and mliiural rights
The Farmers' Contribution pursuant to flection 9 of Chapter1x211(1. FEC 11y. 1 Laws of Klnrldii' Acts of 111.17.: to Pt. III Nerly Lot 4, 144k,10, South HVKHULAED3 lIlIAI-: .\lJlIVHI'l'IUt.'l'
known as tho MU1UM1Y ACT and Inimrminnce extension of lines okccchuheeLot
to Financing the War Ask of Chapter i.MMVM, Laws of between Lot 10 4, a. Blk ni, City .f and! :
Flnrliln, Act of 11141 known ai tho 17. Itlk.\ 7: thence okei'chobe OK COUNTY COM.MIShlo.NEIta .
iVrilLAI: : UKAINAUR: 1'11101. Scaly. paralleling W K': of Lot 12 DI 11. 0, HOARD
by D. 1\1. Cite TKUT. ACT, the following described. Bury line dividing Kullroinl Addition : OF1EEIIU
.pS Lot U, Illk 1, r.lleilnOkeechobea ) I1UK COU.NTY. rl.OHIDA.
linnl situated! In Everglades' Dm In dueIMatrlit. lots I HI & 17 of NOT It. HAULEILSON.Clerk ,
Head, Dept of Agricultural Economics' In Okcechohee Comity Klor Blk. Tthonce: 1'ark I'.y of the Circuit Court ofUke.obob.a
Mil will he offered. for snip nt public Scaly ain lines HDLot ,
Louisiana State University iiicO for the highest and, lieu cash j t illvlillnit, lots 1(1 & (I, Illk. 211 Cityof lor County sold Boards PloaUi
I subject ,u Ih,' rlcht of the Trus 17 to I MS Cor of Okeechobee us ageut
1"1,1' 1 nf the Inieninl linprovotiienc' Fend\ Lot Ill Interacting nil or .N\\/i of NE
uf the Hoard nf Commissioners of ('nlllll''' High. -. Vt. __....__n_-__.._. 8 3.1 8.1 ..
I j ,Kritlnilx* I 11"111111111" District to rejectm nay ;: thence along I Lot 11 n...__ 4 34 Dl!
nnil nil Mil, nt the Coiirthouie. N\\: of NKH\ except '
Mldrv to Con nerHighway
FARMERS are buying War the war ends. Many farmers are >I'lflnnliiK Ml 10:HO n'rjoek A. M. on the to !Poll: Hit It/'"' __.n:3: J7 >S :S7 ATTENTION! All HOME! CANNRS[ !
help make it possible wisely investing as much es pos. | !'lib day .f August 1014. At to nil together, with all :N\\I4 of NL'Vi of NW
tot their countrymen fighting on sible of their wartime cash Incomes I i.iiriels" of loud of ten nrres or more lands lying' and ....._ ....____.28 27 n 10NIVL Before ya begin your 11)44 can-
lllle to one.hnlf of petroleum and being. between soldtrues : ..__.: .nn 7 33 I* ,
the battle fronts of the world to in War Bonds as a sort of tsds4l 3, But ding, coed Houackcspliig Magaiilne -
I throe-fourths of oilier minerals" will and 17' of it 240
defeat the armed forces of the prudent insurance to protect the In* reserved h\' Trustees of the Inter water level of lake lit' of Okotshobee advises you: use the boiling
aggressor nations. As a whole, family against the hazards of a mil Improvement Fund. Nnscnients for Consolidated Land. Lot' B Blk.I 240, City Water hat II method for tomatoes
farmers have shown that they are possible low income period some mill rigid of II'RY 2110< feet wide will\ Co's H/l of part nt okeechobeel.ols and, fruits only Can all\ vrgeliiblei -
make sacrifices time in the future. It also servesto in' reverveil, hy iitlil Trustees from of Blk. 7 _.____..., 37 4 3'1 39 188 10 11, it I'J. Elk ,
willing1 to as many except tomatoes by the cor.
any parcel 'through which there Is nn 241) city of Okeecllobee -
t as any other group in orderto provide a special reserve fund "existing I suite road : and easement forIrnliinire IIO\I11 ( IK ('(111V1184tO\Ei S feet use of a prussure cooker to
win the war. In proportion to for sending the children to col. nnil reelninallon end for (or. E\'JoHHI.\lI.S: ) : IIH.MN. Lots' 1 10 R, IHC. Blk. be sure of killing botullni germs
have and lege when they reach that stagein mail! purponeH will he reserved and \HI'llioITIIIC'f -'. I'nwollV) their net Incomes, they full their fifty permit \i.Ki'vl: I of all oil gas andinlnernl '1'111 ,STHMS: OK TilE INTERNAL I I'art of ___..._.__..30 a1 ae In tin hart few peers, eases of
their development.
will continue to purchase rights will) he reserved by the I IMI'KOVKMKVr' ; 1.-1-.M: U I I..I. ,1, Blk 243, City botullnna fond olsoulug hove
share of War Bonds which constitutes For the tenant farmers War Hoard of CuniuilBsloners of HvergladeaOrnlnaae I.IK. TI1K: STA'li: OK FLOll- *f Okcvcliobvel.i'U cropped In widely different
one of the important means Bonds furnish an excellent means District I 11I.\ 4. 7 & 8, Blk. 4. Sf
lie.rlpflon.. Rer. T.. Re. A. ItdV I Hut II road Addition pnrls of the country. Buy, borrow
for obtaining money or credit to for creating a reserve for the down p. l II\ It. KACLEKSON\ Agent
l I i 101 l 4. I'.lk I)., South- fur Trustees of the Internal 1m. Will he oflvred for sale at public share a pressure cooker -
finance the conduct of the war. payment on a farm when more I ..rut Hues 8/D l>r vi'incnt Fluid and fur Boardof I outer) for the highest and best cash other way, If pan mint' fur.
While farmers would help farms are for sale at normal I.'., 8. !I'.lk 1)? Southru CoiiunlsHloners of KvergludeaIiriiliiuve ; 1, nil subject to the right of the Board any
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finance the war for patriotic reasons prices. Past experience has shown rim's s/D I niKtit't. (lkey' hoheeI'onnlp i 01 Cu.iiiulsiiluueri' of Kverglnd'S Drain.I titer lift rlnntlou write Uood
War Bonds that the tenant farmer who has SUM: ,,f sViand I I Klorldn I I ate D'ntrlcl ti' .1/'" Baird uf Cc.uuly Housekeeping, Muunrtuc. '.r.u I II"IIIL";
alone fortunately
411'It of SE,. El. .iiiiiiiikKioiiert,. of Okeccliobeu ', ratty, ivenue. S.w'ork 1U\ N \.
also serve to help them accomplish accumulated his operating capitaland Eij: of E14 of !, I'll'i''.da io' ii'j.x't ant and all lM, at
certain personal welfare is ready to buy a farm at a 81t'V ,.1 l SKI/ ._._ 2. S7 34 TOH'j ORIII01' PIIILICATION i hi. C',,".tlU'UI., lieglnnliig' at 10:00:
ends. Among these ends art the time when a land boom is raging ': ami 1 1:1: of W'/,.. 25 37 34 40I I It "|'iii I I lIe1.2.3. Rlk. of Cc.iiiilulnt, In suit for divorce -- -
future of their farm business will do better to remain a tenanta | o.
security .
II Hans, S/l of NWi filed In n ciuiie pending In the CircuitCourt
and the attainment of certain few years longer. The Increasedcost of ,II i:', of :NE'i\ 13 37 35: In and, for Okeechohee l'onnty.
I accomplishments for their families. of land rents when prices of Lots 1 \ .'. Itlk. B. P ,,iI.Inherein \Mllliiiu 14. IlordiMiIH !
During the war at least half farm products are at high levelsIs U'rlghls ind! Addll- coiiipltilniint and Koae Hordcn, dofeiidiiiit. -

of the productive effort in Industrial small compared to the capital l."i'lion, 3.: Ink II, Wrights renlilent. of thnt the mill siati delendnnt of I'loildn'Is a non.that ATTENTION TRUCK OWNERSFor
plants Is being used to pro losses on a 1G0-acre farm that de. !'ml Addition her ri-nlilence Ix Jls Beekinnii Avenue.
duce the Instruments used for clines 25 dollars per acre below I l.i.i i. r Ar II, lillc B, North' iii'l.Miiwii' Ni-w York. N' Y.
fighting. This means a shortage of the purchase price due to lower WilithtN\ 2nd Addl- that ,\(there In no one In the State of i it'lolMil i
I lion the eers'Irp nf n nillitiounu upon
goods available for civilian pur prices for farm products. It requires .\11 Hint part of Hlk. whorl' would\ hind the defendant :
poses, both for production and a good part of the productive 7. Irent Lakes M101 /" Hint she In nl""ve the nag "t twontv. some months new truck tires have
consumption. Farm machinery, lifetime for most people to of F1IC 113end one years : It In therefore ordered that.
materials that save $4,000 for about ten dollars K: of lamia ronvev.ed tile enid, nun-resident defendant! HoseHonli'U
buildings, fencing out must be earned in order to save to Fred, T.Illckcmoii .bu mid she IK hereby rxinlredt been becoming more scarce. Th. armed forces
and wearing
are depreciating ns follow appear tu the, bill of comiilalut
with use cannot be replaced at the one dollar. In any event, it is a : h".1 S.u. \\' filed in enid, cause on or before 2ht i
usual rate. The ability to main serious matter for anyone to lose ,. .. Lot 17 Blk. T. ilnv of ,\II II'1..1'l HM4 otherwise the are now using most of the production and the
tain as good a standard of livingas the savings accumulated from limit l.akea 11/" nllegii( lions of said. Bill of Complaint I I
on N line of 'on. will !he taken ns confessed h> said defendant. manufacturers have notified there will be
we have under wartime conditions many years of productive effort. I us
Is to a considerable extent This did happen to many thou. nor M.'rly: ; Highway nInnir: rtlvUluii run. It Is further ordered that this ardor, I

explained by the fact that we had sands of both farm and non-farm hue of 'lots in lie published once a week tot four con I I many thousand tires short of the certificates
acquired durable capital goods before families during the drastic declinein A: 17 to NWcor. scciith weeks In the OkeerltaheeNews I

the war which are being worn, prices following World War I. of Lot slung 17 thenceNHily Cameruree County, a and newxpnper State.'Dill published In raid I i issued. For that reason O. P. A. has again

out in production during the war. As contrasted with the last war, to In Inter. list il.v of 'Tub. A. I). 11>>t.
By purchasing War Bonds with farmers are following sounder section with RHdrv / (SIAI..> uov It. H.\I! I.KUSO.V
or FCC Rv. Clerk Circuit Court \ requested that truck owner take the best
the money which normally wouldbe financial methods. :More of them every
used for replacements, safe are aware of the truism that Nienco In Serlyl ---
l nloiiir !i/Hdr. of :Norm: OF INTFNTIUX: TOM SELL
keeping is provided for reserves prices rise when many are eagerto i iinld! J li:>', line to i, \ > possible care of his tires and have every tire
which can be used after the war buy, and that prices are low Caunl No. 7. thence NOTICE I* 1IKUKHY: GIVEN: that

to purchase new machinery, build. when sellers are plentiful. From I SAvlv Along snld rinminnt 'li> Section" I" (dt I) Chapter recapped it is smooth. The situation
as
soon .
as -
ing and fencing materials not the standpoint of personal! finance, | \\ Hdry of Cannl Jdil.-,*. Laws. of Florldn Acts, of 1U41
to N line of C."- Lawsof
and! Section U7 chapter 11717
available now. usually only those things whichare lore High w B y : riiirldii. Acts of 1131.\ us amended is serious than at time since the
There is also an income which immediately necessary shouldbe I thence ujoiig N hv ".,'IIUII 11., Chapter'Oil..s Laws of more any
would be normally spent for durable purchased when prices are line of Conner Florliln.. Arts' of 11U1.\ nod nisi. |parr
consumption goods. By high. If credit is used to gain Illcrnmiv to 1'OB: sunlit to Section I. Clinpier 20722 war began. DON'T TAKE A CHANCE !
I'' Other with allLinda ,
Lnws of Florldn. Acts of lit asnnicnili'd
little possible now, ownership control land or .
spending as as over I It'In? between h>' Section 111. Chapter 22071)
farmers help to prevent further any durable production goods at said 'trail Lawn of .Florida. Acts nf 1043. and Have your tires recapped now.
inflation in the prices paid for materially higher prices, the IIII'1'! water leyel Socflnit 41. Chapter 'MT2: Laws of
1 of lake Florliln. Acts of hull) us amended brKecthin
the inadequate supply of menu. source of repayment should be insight
Block 7, Consolldiited ,,
21. Clmi.ter 22070. Laws ofFlorlila.
factured goods for civilian within 4 relatively short '
pur.
Land ( 0. 8/D Acts of l'M.1) the following
poses and also by refusing to follow time, a year or two at most. In of port ...._..._... 37 & 33 30 ISO described Iniiilg In Okeechobee County,
the upward spiral of land general, it would be advisable to li'eg.' nt 1'1. on .I'lolliln. to-wlf: Humphries Tire & Retreading Co.

prices, they can help prevent undue incur only short-tlme debts whichcan non' Highway nt Sec, Twp. Uge. A.
Lot
\\ Car or 1.
Lou 11 & 12 Illk. KM, I
Inflation in land prices be repaid before prices fall. Blk 7, Drear \'11)or Oki-ei'liohee "OX}: OP THE Ol'TII't"SE"T HFC-iPPING PLANTS"

While we hope that farm prices War Bonds furnish a convenient Lakes S/l for Loin 1. 2, .t 3, Blk. I
will not drop ton severely, it seems investment' medium to help farmers 1'OBrun Xerlv I II. \VrlghtN' 1st Add Phone 139 FT. PIERCE, FLA.
wartime who wish to follow a prudent along X ndrjr of Sill In (:"",'rllll"1I1
certain that prices
fairly I.ot 1 to NW Cor. r.nll 7 S _.___._ 22 J7 S3
will not continue indefinitely after financial policy. I.ot 1 : thence along Lot 7 Hlk 40. South
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the Several ''Property Owners, Taxpayers, ,



Citizens and Others having or claiming any



right, title or interest in any lands within



the City of Okeechobee, Florida, upon which The Tax Collector of the City of Okeechobee,



.1943 City of Okeechobee taxes have not Florida, will sell all lands in the City of Oket-




been paid: chobee, Florida, at public auction, upon which



City of Okeechobee taxes for the year 1943



have not been paid, on the 7th day of August,



A. D. 1944, at the City Hall in said City of c



Okeechobee. Lists of lands to be sold have been



posted at the following places in said City of


SAID SALE WILL BEGIN AT NOON Okeechobee:



ON AUGUST 7TH, 1944. Front Door of the City Hall.

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