<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



The Okeechobee news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079943/00183
 Material Information
Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: August 24, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373291
oclc - 33430034
notis - ACB2469
lccn - sn 95047276
System ID: UF00079943:00183
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Daily Okeechobee news

Full Text
e



f





'

Robt. UMKtm l-l-ll /

,

.
, .
.
:


mht OOkttthnlttt Ntws' .





_ _
-

Volume 31-Number 10 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, August 24, 1945 Price Five Cents
__
-- -

News and Viewsof "Where's Latest March The Meat of Time?" Clarence Lofton Joe Possibility Lopez of Will Sugar Explain Mill !I School Board And Superintendent


Service Men Coming Here SundayOn 'Returns FromGermany Placed In This SectionThe I I Announce Registration Date of School

officials of the Okeechobee

the World Over American cattle ranches today Thurs. Chamber of Commerce have extended Children Will Be 30
arc more head of beef than In any Thursday Aug.
an Invitation to Joe Lopez, owner ,
pre-war year! "Where's The Meat?
MacDILL FIELD, TAMPA, FLOR the latest March of Time at the and general manager of the Felln -

IDA, Aug. 22Special to Okeecho- Gilbert Theatre Sunday and Monday Clarence Lofton, son of Mr. and mere Sugar Producers Association, W. H. Russell ResignsJob School bells will ring on the

tee News-1st Lt. Clyde S. Christie August 26 and 27, tells why I Mrs. Morris Lofton, arrived home Fellsmere, to be the guest of the 30th of August this year, a few-

pticr, ion of Mr and !Mrs. H W. millions of people are getting almost yesterday morning from Germany. Chamber of Commerce at luncheon At Okeechobee days earlier than usual, but there

Johnson, Avenue A, Belle Glade, no meat and what measures Be landed in Boston Sunday morning early In September, R. B, ;Meserve, County Bank RecentlyW. will be no school on Labor Day,

!Florida! it now stationed at Mach, must be taken to Improve the sit and was given a thirty day president announced today Thursday and Friday, August 30th,

Dill! Field, Tampa, Florida, where nation. leave. The Chamber has been studying H. Russell who for the past and Slat, school busses will run on

tie li undergoing combat crew Because of the shortage, both Clarence entered the'army early the possibility of a sugar mill for several months has held a position regular schedules to bring the

training an an airplane commanderon handlers and consumers are finding last year and after the completionof this section and Mr. Lopez has some I with the Okeechobee County Bank, children for registration, distribution .

a B-29 Super-Fortress, ways of obtaining what meat they his training he came home on a Information which may be of valueto resigned his work there early this of text books, planning of

..facDIll Army Air Field Is part can. The film goes Into these short leave and spent Christmas offer the committee of the organization month schedules, and general organization.
'
ft the Third'. Air Force, which, methods-both the legal and Illegal here with his parents. Immediatelyupon that has the subject under Having been retired for a long On the following Tuesday, y

\trains heavy bomber crews in the -and shows how black market prac his return to camp he was consideration. time following his trade as a printer with all of this necessary preliminary

t'nitodStated tlces are found from cattle raiserto shipped overseas where he landedIn Okeechobee Is an Ideal location Mr. Russell accepted the position work accomplished, school

Among the Instructors here are. consumer Scotland and went from there to for such a mill being on Lake Okee with the bank at the request sessions. will being In earnest.

many officer. and enlisted men France, Belgium and Germany He chobee with an unlimited supply of- This innovation was establishedby
One of the most interesting sequences of the cashier, Mr. R. B. Meservej.
who have teen action In every in the film shows the legal was stationed In Bavaria immediately water, good railroad facilities and and proved to be a most loyal andhelpful the School Board, so that on ti a

theatre of operations. These veterans methods by which people In rural after the German surrenderand the soil in this section Is suitablefor employee during the time Labor Day families may celebratethe

direct crews through ground areas are obtaining meat, such as later was sent to Czechoslovakia the growth of sugar cane. Farm of his employment commencing the holiday as they wish, together,

and flight training which simulates the purchase of beet' on the hoof, where he remained until his ere and ranchers are now growingIt first of last March. without unddly delaying the startof

actual combat, stressing teamwork (Continued on Page 3) outfit was started on Its way home. in several locations in this vicinity real school work. '.

formation flying, high altitude missions Mr. L. P. :Mercer has been appointed
When asked he
-- If
-- -- was glad to get
and other phases of combat Lt. Frank Barber principal and teacher at
hack home he said that he had
Malcolm Simmons I was hard where he was and he (
training the Bassinger school One new
bec>n lots of places and had I
seen said at times it was mighty hot but
I : name appears on the roster of faculty
Addresses
much of the world but he
was that he fortunate Rotary
In
was not
-
Alfred J. Davis, of getting i members at the Okeechobee
Cpl. son Mre.1 I Sends Menu Given
might; clad to get back to the a scratch during the time he ,
Nancy M. Davis of Okeechohee, is I rated States, and especially to High School, C. J. Bowman, of
was in it. Club
Home on a 80-day furlough. lie haq: Ukcechobce where he could TuesdayThe Hendersonville, North Carolina.
At Victory DinnerA see He expects to spend thirty daysat
keen overseas 18 months and was *onie buildings standing without I
home and then return to
with 422nd Air Service Gp, attached seeing the destruction that camp chamber of Commerce.M .
was where he hopes] that he will' be Rotarians listened with absorbed '
to the 34th Bomb Gp, 8th Air everywhere in Europe. I I a i 1 Is QuestionnaireTo
able to discharge without
letter received tins \I'll KilO get a and fascinated attention to
Force In England After hi. furlough I
Malcolm Simmons which was writ. We asked Clarence ,if the fighting ,: much delay a vivid description of a B-29 bomber Boxholders' Here
la out he will report at Sioux I
ten aboard the U. S. S. Aircraft raid on Japan, given by Lt. -
r IJ., South Dakota, where head- ,
Carrier, Kalinin Bay, somewhere In Frank Barber at the Tuesday meet The Okeechobee Chamber of Com
quartets are stationed, for further '
erde.. the Pacific, and enclosed a copy of THE GAD-FLY ing. Lt. Barber, a bombadier, gave merce In an effort to secure a list

the printed menu for the Victory the history of his first raid over of those who are planning! to build

Ira Ralph Davis MOM 1-c, son Dinner aboard his ship on the night Bj ;MVRJOKIE B. WALLACE: the main island of Japan, Honchu, homes In which to live or to rent,

of Mrs. Nancy M. Davis, formerly of August the 14. On one page of --- -- from the first briefing until the I has mailed return post cards to all

I It"t Or iechobee! but now of) Frost the menu was a message from the I said in this column last week spoon and dug out the loneliest pat weary crew. reported back In the ''box holders in the city.

t proof' is home on a 30-iluy furlough Commanding Officer of the ship that getting to town and back over of butter you ever saw. Why slave briefing room to answer a barrageof The cards ask the following questions -

and I.I visiting friends and Following Is his message to the the In-course-of-construction road over a churn, housewives ? Put your questions about the raid. His : : How many houses do you ex

relatives here. He has been with men cm board (the .hip: was a daily adventure. It was not avery cream In a container and drive to simple, brief Introduction telling of pect to build ? How much do you

the navy almost 2 years and servedon "To: Officers and ;Men of the pleasant adventure to a young I, Lakeport. Yours for butter road.- the formation of the 20th Bomber expect to spend on each ? Do you)

a sub chaser in the North At,4 U. S. S. KALIXIN BAYl Our bitter service man just out of the hos- says Pop. Command and the'unite of which it;, plan to live !In It or do you plan to

sionths.. lIe wjsjjeing/ enemy of almost 4 years in the Pacific Rital who, with ) friend, piled upIn Thathouse of Joe Bonglovanni's I. composed, gave most of his listeners rent it? Are you planning to re-

transferred to the Soot h Pacific;; has capitulated.: 'w/' on "ktli. I i a >five-foot ditch "across the 'road .s. almost-ready for"use, and the' their fijwtt4tnowledg l ..cf..* fjie., tgpMZ! "" f opebmeJ }-I.n..vou. talkedto

when an explosion In the boat USS. KALININ BAY can well be Wednesday night, wrecking the car yard Is nice and clean, and that framework upon which the success contractor or builder What size

wounded him and some more of the proud to have each done our bit and painfully injuring the young plop you hear Is one of my pet of such missions rests house are you planning 4 rooms, 5

crew. He has been In the Navy and to have served on this tine man. There was no barrier across peeves being thrown into the dis Lt. Barber then took the Rotarians rooms? Housing Is the greatest

Hospital In Honolulu since the \ship. We are proud to be a unit of the road to indicate the presence of card. Congratulations, Joe. along with him on the raid, need in Okeechobee at the present

20th of June until he Will sent to the U. S, Pacific Fleet which has the ditch, no flares no danger signals with detailed accounts of happenings time and citizens are urged to
Chamber of CommerceIs
The
the Naval Hospital at Jacksonville. contributed a major share In the of any kind. Just a nicesteep- new along the way, the raid Itself, tear off the return portion of the

After his stay at home he will report total victory. We give thanks to sided ditch yawning, wide open, a lively concern, and I for am results watch and amusing Incidents on the long cards and mail them back to the

back to Jacksonville 'God for his guidance. May the waiting for someone unacquainted Ing with alert Interest work way bock to Guam. Literally, you Chamber of Commerce promptly,
from the various lines of I
Peace that follows, and for whichwe with the road to drop In. The young could have heard a pin drop In the I No postage Is required. ,
Johnnie Pearce who Is stationed started by the gentleman with the
have fought, -be a lasting one service man was very, very angry room as the audience listened to Upon receipt of this Informationan
at the Naval Station at Fort. Lau- A WELL DONE' to all hands I am He thought that it was pretty tough forehead, Mr. Conrath. He has this "home town boy" relating with application can be made to the
derdale spent Saturday and Sunday ideas, plenty of them, and I think Federal which will
proud to serve with you to have been a prisoner of war In absolute self-possession and a remarkable Housing Agency
in Okeechobee with his parents. also plenty of ability to carry them
GREER make of this area to determine <
"J. D. (Judy) Germany, a casualty, and then come and very adult commandof a survey
and Mrs Austin Pearce and through. But you and I and all of
Mr.
houses whichare
number of
U. S. the
,
Navy
Captain, back home to noae-up in an un-t expression, the Intensely inter.citing .
famll)'. He was recently transferred us must co-operate and help wherever needed for the accommodationof
Commanding. of bombings of Ja
guarded ditch across a country story our
from Connecticut to thut bee but and whenever we can, folks.
find
who
Following Is the menu for the road. Don't blame him. I'd be mad pan. It was a story which would our citizens cannot e
expects to be sent to Brooklyn No matter how enthusiastic and houses at the present time. This I Is
Dinner
Victory : things have been under
too. I am quite sure that two interesting any
Navy Yard some time soon. trained for the Job this new secretary important if Okeechobee is to care
;MENU
will Immediately happen-the youngman circumstances-told by a young
he
of the Chamber tray be, I for the families that no doubt
new
(Fried Chicken) will be adequately recompensed I man who has grown up in Okeechobee -
Owners of Merchant can't do much aloe There will bea I the war
Giblet Gravy and hereafter there will be i whose war experiences have will come In during post

Vessels Are Warned Creamed ,Potatoes Asparagus Tip danger signals on both sides of I membership drive soon-be sure made history, the account was so period.

Not to Overload Them Buttered Corn Green Peas ditches across the road, and detour to join. It takes money to accomplish alive and so tense that 'the Ro

and of Ripe Olives Stuffed Celery signs where indicated. I' anything. Even more importantthan tarians sat spellbound Lt. Barber Hugh Thomas Left
operators
Certain owners
boats in Apples Oranges Paint brushes continue to fly the money, Is a receptive and answered many questions after his Monday For HospitalAt
small carrying of
passenger
attitude the part
on
the Seventh (Florida) naval district Chocolate Sundae here and there In town, bringing re.1 I willing to story was finished, and only the Thomasville Ga.
last citizen of the county, ,
growing Cake Cookies I newed youth and beauty to our I every necessity of getting back on the
have been displaying a '
Cocoa (Fresh Milk) house is do his part in any possible way towards job brought reluctant end to the -
taey'
tendency to overload their vessels, Mixed Nut I homes. Vernon Lleh the expansion and beautification a PFC. Hugh Thomas left Mon.

Comdr. Ralph T. Eiland, district Candy epic and span; Gilbert Culbreth'shouse meeting day morning to return to the Fin-
and countryside.The
Cigars and Cigarettes has been completely renovated ]I of the town Lt. Barber was Introduced by
Coast Guard Merchant Marine Inispector determination ney General Hospital at Thomas
II
concerted
warned Wednesday. (Ice Cream) inside and out-but, of course I power of a felt orphotographed Tony Davis, who was In charge ol ville, Ga., after spending several
d'hotel D.C. Arnold, CCS. cannot be seen or
Coast Guard Inspectors, Comdr, Maitre he gets paint wholesale; Curtis but It be measured the program. week. here with his family and his

Eiland said, will\, on the owner's request Wright has painted his house Ini I can L. V. Conrath and C. E. Wood. father, Dave Thomas, at his placeon
result
I Typhoid Clinic Will side paint where it by were guests. The Alms and Objects
examine motor vessels of 18, now comes I. the Bassinger Road. Private
Clifford Boyles' house is Nothing in this world Is static. committee, which met at the homeof
gross tons or less to determine the Continue to Operate shows; Thomas has just returned from
white and he I* (Except on your radio, of course) Jesse Wolff last Friday, reported
number of passengers which maybe Until Further Notice shining and now Germany where he took part In the -
his roof Okeechobee county, Okeechobee city, that the Rotary club will work
stain for
buying green and
carried safely. Requests shouldbe hard fighting In that country
made to the Marine Inspection The typhoid clinic will continue shingles. Really, It Is surprisinghow couldn't stand .still if they wanted : this year on four proJect. First, a was slightly wounded.
in town to. Either we go forward, or we continuation of the public health
from 1:00p. Of the homes
Office, Fifth floor, Professional on Tuesday and Thursdy many Saturday afternoon he was guest
Bldg. Miami. m, to 5:00 p. m. until further have been given this Important coat slip backward We have been doing program; second, assistance to the at a barbecue held at the Thomas
? some pretty awful slipping' too, Chamber of Commerce In all Its
the six monthsthe activities -
The examination Is not mandatory notice of paint during past I home when a large number of
Eiland explained but he Hookworm treatments will be effect Is becoming noticeable I during the past few years. Lets Including the placing of friends of the family enjoyed a well

warned that boat operators who given Tuesday, August 28 at 2:30 everywhere giving our town a quit. Let' pick up our feet and, get benches In our parks; third, the cooked mel of bafbecue, stew beef,

abide by the determinations will p. m. Dr. Dudley "11'11be\ present to wide-awake, prosperous appearancein started In the right direction, up promotion of an adequate recreational pickles, bread and coffee.
Is the long hill\ of development and ac fourth, continued
which
avoid possibility of prosecution for make examinations and supply the residential areas program;

negligent and reckless operation by medication for those who desire to most gratifying If It were not for complishment. sponsorship of the high school band. .

overloading their boats. Present take the treatment. I, the Junk-oh, well. Naturally, you are 1111 anxious to Roy Raulerson, acting as president light pole which was, without his

federal Inspection laws give the Those interested in taking typhoid Speaking of roads-Phannon 0'- know something about the futureof In the absence of H. H. Raulerson knowledge, placed close to the Indian .

Coast Guard authority to prefer shots are urged to come In and let Bannon made a trip lately over* to Conners Field. Well, so are we. I explained that the committee monument on the lake drive,

such charges. started II early as possible. LaBelle to see his mother, using But I assure you that we' don't thought it best'to reduce the num. will be replaced by two higher

I the road which goes around the lake know II thing about it. Not even any ber of projects for the year and poles at a distance from the monument

The American Can Company has Hogs represent the largest source by way of Lakeport. He brought interesting scuttlebutt. As soon as, foUow. them through to success, on.each side, leaving plentyof
nice rich definite disposition of the air concentrating the efforts of the for the work area which Is
announced the award to Turner of the meat supply of'the' Unite back with him a bottle of any space
Construction Company of contracts States, according to the Alexander I milk from grandma to the babies port is made, I'll let you know. In club on a few worthwhile activities planned around the monument.

for a new warehouse U Tampa at Hamilton Institu(.. Last year the \ When he got home and pried off the meantime, we sit tight, very rather than spreading their worta Four members were absent. Those

an estimated cost of 400000. Work production of pork amounted to the pasteboard cover from the bottle much bored by Inactivity and the thin over a number of less Immediately absent last week made up their attendance .

will start at once and will be com 62.3 percent of the total meat out. it was evidently not milk lat absence of the planes. Noisy they Important Issues. elsewhere, 'onttnulng the

pleted In January put. (which he was looking. So he got a Liay be, but we miss them. Chief Parkerson reported that the 100 percent record.


-
------

GARAGE REOPENED REGISTER NOW JUST ,ARRIVED


FOR ELECTRICAL HOT PLATES AUTO PUMPS DOLL '
BRAXTON KAY, EXPERT CHEVROLET .' ,
APPLIANCES' ; CARRIAGES AND TOY JEEPS
MECHANIC IN CHARGE ., "

GILBERT CHEVROLET COMPANY '. PHONE 54 . ''?r'' ;; OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDAf

.' : ,Ii.j"
,. .Maiw r. iu'' q,
I \ / r ; < '. at

.
\





e

I .

_) a .



FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1945
THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS

-
--

o'clock A. M. on the 17th day of Sep.teinb NOTICE: OF APPLICATION FOR .
(Qh dtlttl\[ 't l\\15 i r. 104,1, An to all liiiiilt outilde TAX DEED
the corporate llmlti of any muulclpallty I Notice ,li h.rebal'en; that Con
ni of this dots, title to one lollilated Xavnl Stores Companv, the ,
I hAlt of all petroleum and tbree fourths holder of the following certlfflbnteehni
Published Every Friday bt b of other mineral will be referred by, flied mid certlflcntei for a tax:
Okeecho- Trustees of the Internal Improvement unit to be Uiiied thereon The ce'*
Olceechobet News Co., at ,, 'tlflcate numbers cad fears ot lean
within inlil cor
If
Fund moods
are
bee, Okeechobe County, Florid pomtA; llmlti ni of this date the retervatlon mice, the dc-crlptlon of the property,
the mimes In which It wasn,5neml
and
applies. hut privilege to U'i i iplore
BRYANT BOWDEN ?........ EdItor mine and develop will be eon (','rllfI.| "ore" Noi n! follows 1.0 and: 181 Tear of
darted on nod under land only with liminnce tOj2.rl.lpU .
the coniient of the mirfnce owner. iEnxomentt
,,
Entered ai.wond rtn.! matter Jaly for road rlBht of way 2001 I | n of property:
1, tilt lit the Post Offlw In Ollh.,1 t"P101.. will be renenred by saidTrustees \\i nf.K'i of NKi' of SEiA In >
I \ ., ')' 1 I, Rlt. 35: con. 120
bee Fin., nndor Act of Met from parcel throughwhich Stir '' p
any of SC>4 In Sec. 4, Twp
,, there III I an existing itate rood SI' \
I I1, H con 40 a.
llge. IP.\
SUBSCRIPTION RATE and enupmetit for drntnaire nnd recla \
. .. mndon and for road pnrnonci will herr Name In which ninpiiied : l
tn advance .
One Year 11.00 I .nrved h'he Board of Commit. | All of sold property being In
acv Slnnthe in, 'I/.e . . I.M .l "en of Everglades Drnlnace Dir County of OI-Phobpe| Slate of Flor > PEACE
Three VontTi In advance. .. .'* I I.'.'. I I1)e.pI.tln" j ida.
I I I'nlnss iild,, rortiricnte shell he redeemed
t ,to". ,ruling, tn lo\\'. property do. '
Rnett "oIp'l I" 1n$1 n'nm"l. 1a. 'nt A Illlt 2"' Cltv I of Okeo.bnh""I'I IBeff scribed therein shill be sold to the 'I
r>.nt. a *ln. Ttnfci for r11.n'i. .*V." I 177 ft. W of XF (' I highest kidder, nt the Coiirthon, door ,I
Ming' f".n"p nn atitiltoatlnn n....- or VKi': "f XF.M: run R in.1 tV .KJ on the first :Moinlnv! In the month of I
'IApA /1..In. 2 ..,,,'. .OP" wnI" I ft \ ini ft. r. ST ft. In Sec SO. T.. ". SnptPtnlier 1041. which I U the 8rd day
nor In.'Inn. *11 !t.m. refffirdlTi .n* 1 37 RIP M of Seprpmber, 1043.
,.,,,$.p. rAnflnrtprt fnr profit see Potin ft W of KE Tor of SEt{ Dated this 27th day of July. 11>>::1.
rSurirciiMo. at ailTprtlitnl ntei.AilT of NT": of XF'/. run S 1OT ftT 10S
u_ __ __ '_ ft V .1W( ft. E 10S t,., In II..... 20 Twp.S7 ROY Clerk It. Clrenlt RAfl.ERSON.Court of

.rtliil\i' Mil" .'. t>.v.M. on the Ro> "1 \ Okeecbohee County Florida
.
.. Heir 112 ft TV nf XE Tor of SEH
., ntilmowii tmMldhera (Circuit Court Sean
,1.1
J.f nf BKrh Tnnnth "
,
of SEll of NF.V, run S 1(1.1 ft TV 41
rennlred to par In ailranee.vnrifir tl. )\ 1(13 ft., E 41 ft. In ""P. 20 Twp. .
37 Rno 3,1.
Ton T end 8. Blk, 173. City of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I
"- tv-'T-vrtOV TO 0''PPf' hnbpp TAX DEED ,
urt t. I.AVHVOTtPTJ I Lot IS. Blk. 4. BUM S/T Notice li hereby given that Okeechohee '
;' t< 1T"">f'v r."',,," thllt.I T.ot 1. Blk 174. CltT of Okpcchobee Incorporated, the bolder of the'tolln..lnll .'
.....Itenen. Vprtl.n li /II ".n'.r Lot 4. Blk. 174. CltT of nkeeehobee certificate baa filed laidcertificates
2/1P/ C Tnw. n' r"..,1. nt. tie 'M,. Toot 5. Blk 27. Xorthwent Add for a tax deed to be tuned
.A CI..llnn fff rt).n'n- 14717 L"W"f Lob 1. 2. .1 end S to 20 Inc. Blk. IT, thereon. Certificate nnmhert and yean
Soiithwear Ad 1 of liinnnce the deecrlptlon of the
,. imencleilMA <
4. nf 10.11 o. (
".. Flo-liln.'..- -< 11. rtinntff" "oflW. t ewe ofTlorMn T ot 4. Blk 17. Snnthwext Add. property, and the namei In which It
nf 1111 "ml non l n'1imnt Lot 1 to 1A Inn, and 18 to 20 Inc., waa aliened are M follow
tn .W.I.Soctlnn\ <2. Chanter 20722.: Blk. 18 Snitthweiit Add. Certificate Noi. 17, 18 and a ye ,
Iewe n' ""n.'''. 4n/e n' 1041 ..s.m.ndnd T.ot IT Blk 1'1.Io"'h..RI\ Add. of (nuance 1941.Dneerlption .
t" Scrtlnn 1" ('".,.t". 251711l I Tots 1 to 20 Inc. Blk. 20, Southwest of property

ewe of FnH,1a| Chnnior Ad:2O7J2 nf 1041 Taw and ofFlnrldn. Add.T.ota. 1 to IS Inc. Blk. 21, Southwest Lot N 4 10 nc..Section. of R%27 of Twp Lot 34 24, Rge.See. M.28,
_ "i-tlnn 44. n' 1141. cc Amended "V I Add Twp. 84. Rge. a.,. shall beat their swords.
e-otlnn'nj" Cole. OhnntPr :22071 T,.wl of Tot. 19 end 20, Blk. 21. SouthwestAdd. Lot 27. Sec 81, Twp. 84, Rge. S3. They .
rinrlrinf. of 1011. 'hn fnl'nrlniInnrtii ,I Nam* In which aneiied C. C. Bone,
Aneohed In Okeerhnbee County, I Lot 7, Blk. SS. City of Okeechobee Clarence E. Bubbard and B. P. and
TInAI tn wIt. Lot B and 6, Blk. 144 City of O. W. Volk.
Lotn T. A anil I II RW !1 Okwnnhw OkeecbobeeTRfHTRES All of laid property being !. the '
Tot 1. Blk. \VrUhfa Flr.t Adill"wiA County of Okeechobee State of ne*. > : 1
Ida. .
.
: or THE INTER < i>
of toll 4 and 5. HI*. I. 9n NAT IMPROVEMENT FUND Unlen such certificate or certificate
flk.ephoheeTot OF THE STATE OF FLOR shell be redeemed according t*
14 to in Inc. Blk. 57, North IDA. law. the property described In snob
went Add. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS certificate or certificate will be sold
Late 1 find :. Blk 24. ('onn.r'lFlahl.n OF EVEROLADES DRAIN. to the highest bidder at the conrthouie
AGE DISTRICTBy door on the tint Monday In the :
. T ni12R1k.! 11? City of Okeechobee ROY It. RAfLERSON. Agent month of September 1943, wblcb ta :
Lot 4. Blk. 2. Davie Add.Lot. for Trustees of the Internal the 3rd day of September 1946. into plow-shares '
24 and 2.1, Blk. 42. City of Improvement Fund and Dated thin 27th day of Jury: IMS. .
Okeohobee for Board of Commlialonen ROY K. KAULERSON.:
Lot O. Blk 173.: Cit, of OkeMpnheeLot ef Evergladei Drainage Dli.trkt. Clerk of Circuit Court of '
S tn IT Ino Blk 4. Pen S D Okeechobee County Okeechobee County Florid
Lot K and A. Blk. 104. City of Florda (Seal)
Ok..hnh __
Gov't. Tot S find ft. In See Twp I I
17 RII. 111
Io 11. Blk. Southern\ Pines SID !
lot 12. Blk 20. ('It V of Okcecbobe
Lot 0 Blk. II.In.\ Okewhohc
Loin 11 and 12. Blk. 21. So. Oke-

e"nhpe T.ob S end 4. Blk. 1CT. City of into'

ftVM phoh". YOUR TIRES SMOOTH ? and their ,
lot 1. Blk. 144 ('It V of Okeecbobeetote spears -
2. 1. 4 and 7. Blk. 144. City cfkwrhotiee

I.ot A and 9. Blk 1.44. City oftot
/'Ik"prh"hp.
10. Blk. 144. City of Okeecho-

h., HAVE THEM RECAPPED IN ONE
Lot. 11 and 12. Blk. 144 City of
Okl'\.hnhPP
Lot 10. Blk. 2. Southern Pines !SID OF THE SOUTH'S FINEST PLANTS.. '" :t :
Tot 4. end EH of Lot 5. Block 115. *l

City will of he offered Otippchobee for sale lit public *"*. ELEVEN YEARS EXPERIENCE. -

..n for the highest And beet reek bid.mihleot pruning hooks
to the right of the Board of ;
CommlnKloneri of ErprirlndP" Drain PROMPT SERVICE and BEST GRADE
nje PlutrlPt. und/or Boned of fonntT I

r"mmlinloiiPr rinrlrtn tn retort of Okeerhoho Bnv and nil County M 1<1.,. RUBBER USED. PHONE 139, FORT ,. I
nt the ronrthoiiin. hpflnnlni II 10'00 !
n'rlnrk A ". on the 17th dny of sep\ ,
PIERCE FOR APPOINTMENT.
tpmtier. 1145 F.n.oment for drainage ,
nn l reolnmntlon find road purpose I
k. 1
....11be TPiprred.BOAItn f 0 .4L. ;
OF roMM1$MONF.HOP : 1
KVF'-OT: ES! t DTtIV.


BEE BOA AGE'And it(n DISTRICT'O'STFT OF! (OF'()f':oln'OKFrriiO-TY[ ,*cml.S1Ie01mRT10 I 1\ Humphries Tire & Retreading Co. Nation shall not lift up sword


By HOY n. R11'TRRQON
flork of the Circuit Court I
Clerk of the flroult Court of
OkewhcilieP ('nllnFI"I'n.l .
fli agent for .n,1! B"nrdi.
By DORIS GARDNER, -" -
Deputy Clerk Ilm34IkR k&KR k111 Ktfltfflllf 1iRISlfllA&fl K'IC0 .


NOTICEOknrrinhef POWERS D ARCHIBALD Inca j jTRACTOR ,
.
('nIlD',. FlorlilA.tngtitt .1-
,
IHth, IMS
.
NOTICE I HEREIN against '
Iinr.nnnt to Section I D of Chanter1v. AND DRAGLINE WORK j ; ,
".\. Laws of Kli.rliln Arts loll
Vnon-n.ni the :MrRPITV ACT end In
rnrnnnnce of Chapter 200 1. Laws of '_ ',1'"

Flnrldn EVERGLADES Ante ACT of the 1041.DH.MNAGTt folliiwlnit known ni PH.TIMCT the<.Ie.J .. i Clearing, Grubbing and Excavation fF. f ,,11.A.' >Ji'iJ.

frlhed Innd situated In ErerirlailesIirnlnnire a
Ulitrlrt I In Okeechotiee
Florldn. will In offered for
County C. ROBINSON |
Engineer
sale nt iMihtle otttcrr for the highest N ,
mid best each hid auhject tn the rleht
of the TrinteM tit the Internal Im- f 406 Harvey Blvd. Ph. 8780 West Palm Beach I i
prori'ment Fund and of t lee Hoard of ,
CommliHloneri of Evprglnd DrnlnnireIHntrlrt ;, Neither shall they learn
to reject any and nil 101<1.. I II war
at the Courthouse beginning at 10'00 I! gltB8xxkItg II" '.unuuuantttultttxttu'ls Ie 10ljll7'1( .


=:
_
'' ''----------'----------




THANK GOD IT'S' OVER!



anymore '- r ISIAH 11:4

"Yes, the war is over. Yes, it is natural that we should exult : ,

and celebrate. But it is also a time for soul-searching thinking." I .' .

A time to think of the men who are beneath crosses at An. ; -'-.. -." .
.. ?. ..
zio, St. Lo along the Rhine, at Iwo Jima and Okinawa.A .- .. .
"
.1 !
time to think of the men you won't see marching in victory ': ;I ( I ,;

parades. The over 300,000 wounded who are still sufferingstill s ,, .

struggling to recover what they gave up for us. I ," N., j.' .

-A time to think of the 7,000,000 men-sons,' husbands,

brothers, fathers, who are still thousands of> miles, and weeks .\I.\ ..

anq months away from the ones they love. '

We must-we will take care of our own-by buying another

Victory Bond now-and continuing to buy them for as long as

the need exists.

Surety, you can see why the most important bonds you ever

bought are the ones_ you buy now to complete the peace.

This is your biggest, and greatest chance to salute the brave

men who fought and wov this war for you.


BUY ANOTHER BOND NOW AND HOLD ON TO THOSE

YOU HAVE

I


Okeechobee County Bank A ...1.'.


J. E. CONE Manager .
OFFICERS .' .....
C. H. McNULTY, President R. B. MESERVE, Vlct-Prel. WILL TOMLINSON, ... .d """kt hw .

N. JUY CARROLL, Vlc.-Prei. and Cashier AuliUnt Cashier PHONE 115 I "OKEECHOBEE, FLA.

DIRECTORS .. 'tlatl! $iA Iii i >n

N. RAY CARROLL C. H. McNVLTY JOHN ROE, Sr. ", I

W. ALLEN MARKHAM, Jr. R. B. MESERVE E. M. MESERVE ....._"' ;! .. -
J. 0. PEARCE -


.- wooA --" n. ... __ .,....., .. _...... .. ,_ _. .. .w .. .. .. ..

.









I ,I



t.'Utl\VI
Al'GtST 2t, 1945
\
/ TRE nRwFrnnnvFF.tl'S
-- -- -- __ _
-
....'......''.''==='.'"""'"' ..-....."..................",. ..-"""'" ..-==..........' '..H...... ---.--- -
tsar "'---" --"''''''''''' -=''''''''''''' '''='''' =''''':' ... Mr. and :Mrs L. J. Knight, longtime r and they used to sit around and

) residents of Okeechobee but 'tell us about the pies and cakes :
I sill who how make their homo In Or
SOCIAL NEWS their Mothers baked. We would $ jvir
lando, were visitors spending sometime
I IIII here last Friday compare snapshots of out famllle I|

.'_.. _,_,,,,,,,,,,,_ .._.._..___ and
!!5ia'. ._.'. '.'.'''''''''.'.='.". .. !-\ ---J our dogs. It made you seem
---- = = .'.="'.5 i'i =i i'i !!!!i i'i ;';:!!!i1'

V*, Miss De Rita Pearce has returnedto 0, H. Wynn 'wro Is' employed! by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jordan returned that very shells close to us and we forgob
were landing all around
her home In Okeochobee after to Okeechobee the first of
,, spending four weeks with her uncle I the Florida East Coast at New this week after spending two us and. that we might never see you } ,

,,I and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Wynn I Smj-rna Beach was called home I months In Fort Myers.Mr. again.I :

at New Smyrna Beach this week on account of the serious \ helped Capt. Peter Brown celebrate R I

Illness of his mother, Mrs, G. W. and Mrs. Ex;o' Reeves and his anniversary. We sat .a, '
Wynn. family left Sunday to return to picture of his I
'
County Judge T. W. .Conely, Jr., their beautiful New York I M Y
home
In
Winter Garden after 4
wife and
returned to his home here Tuesday their baby son, whom: hi 1 I
spending two weeks Tioie. 4
after pending Saturday and Sum Mrs. J. B. Mnssey of Macon, Oa., had never seen, on a table and II' t + A

day In Tallahassee and Marlamii Is spending some time 'In Okoccho- Mr. and Mrs Vernon Reeves and group of us toasted them while
\vhere he I Peter told us all about the Urowi, '
went to
return with Mrs.
,1 bee with her n.other, Mrs. G. W two sons, Frank and Laurvns, returned roranoe from
Conely and children who have been start to finish Bob j
. Wynn, who Is to their home In Okociho- '
- seriously III at her Epstein
was In I'
,. visiting In Marianna for the past I I bee a hospital when
I Tuesday night after spending
home here. I met him, he
several wee ke. was quite upset. When .
I I I two weeks in Birmingham, Ala. his Infantry outfit was going I Ithrotgh

We are In receipt; of a card from I t a small demolished village I Ham actors maybe plentiful radio, but "The Gran
Mrs. J, N. Pease and sister, Miss, J. F. Carlson of West Palm he found I Ole Opry" features an actual ham-to-the-bone
j Mary Schulman who with her hue a beautiful Grandfather's star.
Pocahontas Melghs, left Monday af- !{i I i band Is spending 'two weeks visiting Beach, district manager for the !j clock. His mother had always want. Comedian Rod Brasfield is raising the pig on the

ternoon to return to their home In I I! j friends and relatives In New Purina Mills, was a visitor spendIng j: ed one so he strapped It on his show In effort to provide himself with point-free pork
Albermarle, N. C., after epe'ndlng' yesterday In Okeechobee on "The Grand Ole
I'I York. She |back and marched chops. Opry;sponsored by Purina
that
j I says she was in i on up the road
two weeks here visiting friends. j Times Square on Tuesday night, business for his company. About five miles from there they Mills, is a Saturday night feature of NBC.COMMERCIAL .

August 14, following the announce- ;; were met by some Jerry soldiers soBob -
Mrs. J. R, I I Miss Sarah Minnehan, Mrs. Nathan
Minehan was carried I I meet of the surrender of Japan and had to ditch the clock, which
r ----- ----- -- -- -
I I Zelii
to the hospital at Fort Pierce Monday I I that enovlti and Mrs. Bryant ,
lost
the crowd there was estimated I j I Bowden was in the melee that lent i ie I
spent Wednesday afternoonin
afternoon where she under at about twj million people. him to the hospital.
went an operation Tuesday morn Fort Pierce where they visited '
tn -:----;- '
'
ing. We learn f hat;,:she Is Improve. Mr vs: and 1 Mrs. Gilbert :1Culbreth Mrs. J. R. Minnehan who Is a pa- You have a problem to face when

Ing after the operation..' : I i I and daughter, Miss Virginia Lee, recovering ientjiat the Fort; Pierce ,hospital your man' comes home because h.h1

and Mrs. Lulu Culbreth, were visitors from an operation. put you on a pedestal YoU: .
Mrs. W. J. are his life and
Hendry and mother, spending last Friday In Miami I while he wad
Mrs. John Duncanson, and sister, and West Palm Beach "Too Late to Clasijfy" tramping through mud, flying flack

Mrs. W. D. Shine, mere visitors; By Russell Kay laden skies, parachuting into ere

spending Tuesday morning In Fort Mrs. J. E. Cone and children, my territory or shopping In Paris, I
Pierce. It has been he was doing It for you. I only wish
Evelyn, Everett, Jr., and Wayne, a long time since .
've: presented try husband could come home tome AND
left last a guest columnist
i I Saturday for Forsyth, Ga., .
Mayor and Mrs. H. H, Raulersonwere where they are spending two weeks I and this week I'm happy to sit back but he, like many thusands of I
visitors spending Tuesday i in and let Charlotte w.. killed so that and
with Mrs. Cone's parents, Mr. and Armstrong, usa you ,
West Palm Beach. I I Mrs. J. Lester Grant. entertainer, just back from 18 I could go on living as free Amer- DOMESTICREFRIGERATION

months overseas, tell you about scans
.
loml ot ber XDerleneea.
So I urge you to hold your heads
Her message Is primarily for the
a little higher and know that to
wives, mothers and sweethearts of
some one man you are brighter
Good Food..I'll Say! our men serving overseas although than the sun. If you ever fall off, I I
her story should of
prove genuine that pedestal, I personally will SERVICE
interest to all readers.
beat you full of bumpsthers ,
YOUNG MAN OVERSEAS
COllIe f oMARY'S By Charlotte Armstrong
Production of 'Alligators'To
Settle back In that easy chalr-

slide your tootsies out of those Stop Immediately) '

pumps and get all comfy because -

COFFEE SHOPSOUTH this red headed woman is going to Lakeland, Aug. 20.-The production -

give you the lowdown on a lubjectnearut of "Alligator" tanks by the I :,

your hearts,-Your man Food Machinery Corporation plant I II

PARK STREET overseas. here was ordered discontinued by I ULMER EZELL
I spent 18 months in the Euroa levy cut back order effective at I
pean Theatre of Operations with onci I

Under New Management of the USO-Camp Shows, that your The plant will not close, however; I.__ __ ,

generous contributions to the N'abut will revert to peacetime production -
S I tlonal) War Fund helped to main. of packinghouse machinery
c ; tain, and I fell madly, desperately and equipment I

; EMMA QUARLESOPEN In love. Not with any one man but 1

with the entire American Army.Ididn't MARCH OF TIME- yta

have an opportunity to meet I _
'the Navy or Maiines MORE
(Continued from Past One
)
FROM\ 6:30 After a good deal of experiencein
: A. M. to 10:00: P. il. or
various countries, I decided that group buying, where quick-fre

our own G,I. Jbe Is the moat ing lockers are available.
falcl-I
natinjtly beautiful hunk of Prominent government spokesmen

HOME COOKED FOOD I' I I the world. Even those faded pea- discuss the hopeful outlook for better '

green fatigues two sizes too large meat distribution in the future
1
cannot doglnmorlie him-Perhaps and suggest measures which will in-
YOU1ILL! .
LIKE Jt was the egotistical way he sure It.Tha M1

squared his shoulders and said, universal interest In this .

"Howya Babe ?" or It may !lave subject and the interesting treatment '
-;.:---- ", -'--r .. 4 '. .. ".*...ar -- y been the Sir Walter Raleigh attitude given It, make this a March of i

he had while helping mo I j Time certain to have wldo appeal. x

-- stumble into a Jeep. Bo what it

may, I get all starry eyed just J ....

5 Good Country Tricks thinking about him.
I became pretty well acquaintedwith GILBERTTHEATRE

several thousand males from

our 48 states and I feel I know '
for More Used Fats ti
Saving their womin.'olk too. I huvu seen 4 44w
.
::53: 5 ::==: :t=;; i
so many pictures of you e'ul heard

Right now, the country is facing the worst fat shortage so much abou. you. I dt a <,it likea Sunday and Monday

since the war began. To help make up the deficit, the yardstick as boys would come up JANE 1'0\\UL
government Is depending on the women of America-and to me and say, "My wife Is aboutyour 11 r
particularly our women on farms and in smaller cities. size," "I have in
or a slater with
Every drop of fat Is needed to help make battlefield and t, hair the color of yours" or "My "Song of the Open -j
homefront essentials. So roll sleeves and do Road"
up your an grl: wears the same size shoe I
., .all-out job won't you? Clip this checklist as a reminder. do," etc., etc. you with

.. I was in Paris a couple of weeks EDGAR BEKGA.N AND
and* almost) everywhere I went In CHARLIE MCCARTHY I FACILITIES which have been devoted

to shop someone would come over

with a bottle of perfume to ask If "Where'March of The Time-Meat" exclusively to the production of high octane

I thought'thelr special girl Sri enduld

e13 eras 2'a would like It I wish you co LATE NEWS aviation gasoline for our 'armed forces will soon

have seen them shopping for
It was quite a treat to hear you.our t: be available to' the '.. -tnin-j of civilian gasoline

rough burly combat men sitting In Friday and SaturdayDouble
.The
new CROV/N and CROWN EXTRA
the center of some muddy field discussing -
Feature Program
1i Chanel {, Guerlains Sh ali- gasolines will be far superior to any motor fuelwe
mar and Schiaparelll Shocking. Butsee LAUREL AND HARDY

an even greater treat was tosome In have ever been able to offer. You will have
.. nilD SALT POtlC-with milk gravy.Salt pork yields shy kid
sweet from Wisconsinbuying
psC so much grease, you won't need it *U for gravy. "The Big Noise" these
Pour the rest into the salyag! can. filmy lingerie or a rough :, products shortly, just as soon as they canoe
Brooklyn Sergeant holding up lanightie cry JOHN WAKJ.E
I !. DUP fAT riTINa-use the fat over and 'over, but manufactured and
transported boat
and trying to decide If it In by rail
when it's too dark and smelly to UK any snores ,
I don't forget Uncle Sam wants M. would fit his wife. I hope you li kedof "Stagecoach"with
pipeline and truck
to Standard Oil
those gifts because a great deal your dealer'spumpsa
3. ROAMS AND CHOW-save all trimmings (scrap
from the plates, too.) Keep them in a small bowls time was spent In choosing them. LLAIR: IKtVOR; high reward for a little wait. RememberCROWN
once a week melt them dowo.:,! of They must love you an awful lot MiWS; -

I'' 4. IAUIAOU-they're better If you parboil them first. because going on a shopping tour and CROWN EXTRA gasolines.
Slim the fat off the coo jn<"watertortf*the fat and trying to cope with that :1

from the frying pan. *, ..._t__--.....vff! French I lingo Is really lomethln,.

'fj! $, CHICKM SOW-chffl it before you use it.Scoop off Major Bud Keller from Pittsburgh ComingI' '
the hardened grease (soup taste.better tool) bought a glamorous red turban for .. ,,.o >-,
his wife It .t .
was the typical Parisianheadpiece .
\ Wh n firs M/rctfa en/.IuD, 'al./, to fou btitehtt and towered skyward almost I' WINGED VICTORY""RAINBOW
promptly.. H. will ,i". up to '. ISLAND" .
barde po a turndn as high the
Eiffel
4c tot trtry pound of as Tower "TILL WE MEET AGAI "
But Paris
want where
we spent
: "OUR HEARTS WERE
I 1 most of our time. We
lived In a
10(1000,000( More Pounds of Used Fats Are Needed This Yet little German farmhouse less than :, YOUNG AND GAY" STANDARD OIL COMPANY

four miles from : "I'KGJVCHMAM'S CKfcJSK1!:
f' pprwd JJF1.cOP"l 1WJj"JWMIh?. Aachen before that I,

___ .__ : city fell. Our kitchen was alt" INCORPORATED .IN KENTUCKY
I
-
1
'. --- I I .
hangout for boys stationed nearby .
I .:.
.,,r'r4tetirt

,






.



KRIUAY, AUGUST U, IUS
THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS

-

An. article with a moral Informed the chills 'and fever within a single Compensation of $302Is employment Is'. not accepted by a' I i menU were made for the week endIng -

Contrast Between women that the surest way for day. Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills claimant when offered, the right to August 11 were classified all

them to gain their rights was to were not recommended as a remedy Paid UnemployedOf unemployment compensation will 36 laborers, and 1 steam engineeroperator.

Newspapers Today train their children properly and for all Ills but they would take Okeechobee CountyFlorida be suspended. .

not to dissipate their days and care of bilious fever, fever and I Okeechobee county unemployed

nights In Idle "amazements" or not ague, asthma, dropsy, rheumatism, Industrial Commission persons to whom] Compensation pay Advertise In The News

And 100 Years Ago to squander their Income on pretty piles, chollc, heartburn, dyspepsia, Chairman Carl B. Smith announces

dresses. liver complaint, sick headache, enlargement that unemployment compensation -i

Women of marriageable age were of the spleen, jaundice, 00 ....,..../
totaling $302 were
By It. W, PATRICK; payments _
told how to get a husband, namelyby nausea, furred tongue, flatulence, made to 37 covered workers, 1

Member Tonga Library of Governing of Florida Board History P. K. learning a man's Interests and, habitual costiveness, 'loss of appetite male and 86 female, In Okeechobee :: From where I sit.... // Joe Marsh

I Florida for the time being at least, adopt sallow compaction/ and so county during the week of August
University! of rvr
ing them as their own. forth 6 to August .11

Gainesville-The contrast between The editor of The News printed The News was fairly typical of t

the Florida newspapers of today many short paragraphs, such as the newspapers of 1845. Some were Payments of a total of $22,842.50 Songs for a ,

'and those of 1945 Illustrates a jour the' following, which he evidently slightly larger than It, but all were were made to 1,624 persons, 622

nalistlc development that Is In considered excellent Jokesi "I've weeklies containing' two sheets or I i I male and 1002 female,' Included in 'o Better WorldWe

keeping with the growth of the found my match I as the devil said four pages. In one respect they these totals was $2,129.00 paid to

state. when he met the lawyer" "Why lea were superior to modern news- I' 155 Florida claimants now residing were sitting around the Southern melody-they all speak

The modern reader demands and man'i) head like a lumber wagon? papers. The quality of the paper In other states. embers of Ed CrumpU'a bara common language of the heart

receives timely news In his morning Biicauss the less 'it has in It the used was such that some files of Firms or Individuals needing becue last Saturday night, fin ...bind folks together..help uj

afternoon, or weekly newspaper.One more' noise It makes." 100 year old newspapers in the P. workers should contact the nearest Ishlng our beer and hot dogs, forget our grudges.

hundred his ancestors 1 K. Yonge Library of Florida History while Ed strummed the guitar From where I Bit, mule can
years ago Political affairs were the. topicsfor office of the United States Employment ;
expected a delay of from three editorials. In the main they at the University of Floridaare Service for assignment of unemployed picking. out old, friendly help to make the whole world

> to six weeks In receiving the printed In better condition than thoseof workers best suited to songs kin. !Maybe we ought to hare a
were both Informative and well Soon lot of It... Informal slog
of national Even recent newspapers everyone was singing. more
account events the available Jobs. When suitable
written. The editor of The News, I The harmony wasn't too good around the fire,and In the homo
news of Florida origin might not
like other newspaper editors of BRING YOUR ...but the spirit was-a spirit ol And it's sure true that a mellow
be found In local until
newspapers 1845, was an extreme partisan and friendship and good humor. glass of beer fits into the plo
weeks after Its completion. The Inaugural
4 evidently' had no qualms about using MalariaCHECKED I And It made me think how tare. It Just naturally goes Wlti
address of Governor Mose- libelous material The most Printing Needs music-music of the people- that kind of music.Copyright .

ley was In The News, a St. Augus IN 7 overcomes barriers of prejudice tiN .
r damaging gostip about a politicianof DAYS WITH Jtf
tine weekly, on July 19, 1845, twen- the opposite party was printed TOOkeechobee LIQUID for and intolerance A Yankee folk 8oe. -fvt.M4l(;.
'
ty-four days after the Inauguration, without a fair appraisal, or any attempt I MALARIAL I song or an English carol or a,
The News was a four page news 1666 SYMPTOMS ,
I to discover the truth News -
paper slightly larger than a present Advertisements, the price of I Take only as directed j I 1945, United Stales Brawl ftuiKforfw
day tabloid for which the subscriber
f which was $1 per Inch, paid a
paid $3 a year. The first page of
I large part of the expense of the
the July 19 Issue was entirely de-
newspaper Among the advertisements -
Voted to Governor Moseley's Inaugural -
were
court notices, statements
.. address and his message'to
of candidates for office, and
the General Assembly. Page two A.
: lists of merchandise for sale. ,The r I
contained approximately fifty sentence -
\ 'St. Augustine Salt Water Bathing +
and paragraph articles which u OA
House announced the availabilityof
were planned to attract the Interest
its accommodations from sun 44 -
of all readers. Editorials and the k
rise to 10 p. m. at a price of twelve
,
report of the newspaper's Tallahassee -
and one-half cents per bath. On 44
coresrpondent occupied three of
I I
I I
Tuesday's and Thursday's the bathhouse
''the five columns on page three.
was reserved exclusively for .Q
1Nj
,The other two'columns and all of I Q Sj a: t lr
ladies )0
.
the fourth page were advertised / 4tAf
merits. I Many advertisements praised the
i
curative effect of patent medicine w
In spite of Its size and the space 6r/
; Dr. Hull's Vegetable Fever and
devoted to advertisements, The! I
Ague Pills were guaranteed to end
News had a considerable appeal. In I

Its columns the reader found many ,

bits of Information on a variety of ELECTRICAL WORK REDDY KILOWATT .
ilessivle i/ ,0
aubjects. A Long Island railroad I Your Electric ServantANY :

train had made a record run of 97

miles In two and one-half hours; a

factory In Derby, Connecticut, had P. P. EVANSHOUSE am

produced over two tons of pins in

a single week; and a woman In Cincinnati

had given birth to sextup-
lets. WIRING I

.. -
_. l L H ',.,..,. -- _y_
:
,

i

.

: .
"

S
SIZE


'


,
'













'>.\0, .. POSTED SIGNS




.
.
.,
..,..
"
/. ,
iJ ,
.





:i' : ": 1 ", : Now Available! '



1 .
\ '
V .
.: .
i .. ,

-, .. 0 .

.
l' ;. .



: : ', In Large Small


: or .


t ,
..
.
..0 .
,

: :
: '

: '
Quantities s
: .
.
.

: 0 .
.
..,. \ i 41,,a e '
I
):' lJ..l -.
'
.0 I.
'1" ..;
0',. "f," AT .
"'"
i, '1" .
"
I '. w .
\,
;., .
"
\: ';





-- ) if:::' : THE OKEE'CHOBEE E E NEWS' < .




;. '" '
It
'

ri
I




,

,


... -- --..,

...'t 1,

;; .
.
L
.