The Okeechobee news
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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: November 21, 1947
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
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 )
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
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Volume 33-No. 27 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, Nov. 21, 1947- +

Ranlerson To Be Announces EngagementMrs. Ministerial Assn. II j,Party At. Woman's Club Florida To Have

Louise Walker announcesthe A party will be held at the i

President of Bou engagement of her daughter, Installs OfficersAt Woman's Club for Miss Mabel Best Hinting

Miss Mabel Walker to Herbert Walker
Sunday afternoon from
Scouts Council Worth, of Belle Glade. Th"e wed. r M4 2 30 until 5:00. The entertainment

ding to' be held Thursday, Nov. a reorganization meeting wUi be sponsored by Miss Christine Season Years .

27, at 8:30 o'clock p. m. at the held recently new officers were Prescott Mrs. Lloyd Tomlinson

J H. H. Rauleraon of Okeechobee home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde elected, and'plans were contem- and Mrs. Clyde Thompson.

wa elected President of the Gulf Thompson on Parrott Are, Okee pated for a program stressing various Tallahassee-Despite hurricanes

Bream council, "Boy Scout of chobee. Friends are cordially Invited I 1 probems affecting the progress sail foods in the southern portion

America" at their anneal aweting to attend of the churches, method of Plans CompletedFor of the state, Florida is headed to

Monday at W* t Palm Such The attracting the non church coin ita best hunting season in many

Gulf Stream Council U composedof SlateCommercialFishing element, problems confronting the Opening Of years

nine district, In Palm Beach youth of our churches, as well ascertain \ A statewide game poll by the

Martin, Indian River, Hendry and phases of community wel- magazine Florida Wildlife official

Okeechobee counties. Raulerson Industry fare, etc. > Xmas Seal Sale organ of*-he Game and FreshWater

.has been a member of ibis board New officers installed for the Fish Commission, discloses

for eleven years and was vice Important Asset ensuing year: Rev. L. B. Crant- of that game losses from wind and

president during the past year. The ford pastor of the First Baptist Completion plans for the water were. overcome by substantial -

Gulf Stream council has a total curch, president; Rev. Bruce opening of the annual ChristmasSeal increases in the central and

membership of 2SOO boys -including Florida's commercial fishing In- Flora pastor of the .church of The Sale Nov. 27th were announced northern portions of the state.

Scouts Cubs, Seven Scouts, Negro dustry is counted among the Brethren, vice president, and Rev. G. M*. GAY Comptroller Thursday by Mrs. Ernest The magazine predicts that
Scouts, and has a Chief Scout State's most important natural as- Willie Lyle pastor of the Churchof county Seal Sale chairman. Florida's finest
hunting in
The Seal Sale,
oj Executive and two field execu sets and holds opportunity for an Godssecretarytreasurer.. to raise funds for sill be found _
the tuberculosis -- in t he T hi r d. & iriet .,-
tives. These men are A. P. Pat extended development of processed A special union service will be Gay AnnouncesWill 'control programof : the northwest area extend-
t the Okeechobee -
t son, and Bill Nixsen and Boone products, the research and industrial held at the Church of the Breth- Tuberculosis Association 'ng westward from Jefferson

Owen. Field Executives. Others on division of the Florida State ren at 7 o'clock Wednesday even- Be CandidateTo wil begin with the mail ty. With the exception of a coun-few
the Board from Okeechobee S. Chamber of delivery of Seals NOT. 27 to residents
are stated in its ing, Nov. 26, 1947. :counties in the district a game increase -
R. Raifsnider, Allen Markham, C. weekly review."Approximately. throughout the county and
Members and friends of all is general and excellent
H. Parkerson and Clff Bayles. 90 Succeed HimselfORLANDO continue until Christmas.The .
churches to squirrel
are cordially invited, goal of the campaign isJ500.00 turkey and quail
pounds of food fish and 22 million
hunting will be
attend. The principal speaker for the "rule rather
Reduction In pounds of shrimp and related fish the will be Rev. Crantford, the minimum needed, ac- than the exception."
Large evening ,
were taken from Florida waters Fla. Nov. 20-Clarence cording to the chairman, to carryon
pastor of The First Baptist church. I M. Gay today announced, that the work of the association The Second District which runs
last year. In additiion, 123 million
Pests he would be a candidate to succeed during the coming year. from the Mantic Ocean west to
Reported pounds of non-food fish were
also caught in Florida, accordingto Press Association hlrn elf as State Comptroller in the "The Okeechobee County Tu Jefferson county and la bounded

official state tabulations. Democratic Primaries next May. berculosis Association is one of 3- on the south by a line between
From Use of DDTUse
Duval and Levy counties is cited f
"Most of Florida's fish is eaten Gay has released a report COverIng 000 voluntary associations throughout

fresh and reaches the ultimate con. Closes Convention the operation of the office dur- the country affiliated with the !by the magazine as being "secondchoice"

either ing his first year as Comptrollerand National Tuberculosis Association for successful hunting,
of DDT residual house spray sumer iced or frozen. As a

in Forida's constant fight against consequence; the principal fish At St. PetersburgSt. stated he would base his cam which will begin the sale of Seals :Quail y" in have the "increased district. tremendous-
Turkeys and
malaria-carrying mosquitoes in processing activity in the State is paign on his record. Nov. 27 to finance a well organized
squirrels Increased somewhat but
homes has resulted in a 94 percent the preparation of frozen fish and The report reveals many campaign against tuberculosis, leer
I prospects are "only fair:'
reduction of the pests this filets. Petersburg, Nov. 17-Closing changes in accounting procedureand Mrs. Hunt said. Duval
Dixie and
year, John A. Mulrennan, entomologist "A relatively new field for one of the best attended and most lists many e-pnomy measures "Of the money raised in this aunties are the district's best Taylor beta

State Board of Health reported Florida, and one presented for exploration successful conventions in its history adopted in the ,administration of (county 80 per cent will be used

this week. is that of canning and the Fonda Press Association the state's greatly increased financial within the county to fight tuberculosis "Far above average" hunting is

The house spraying program Is processing of specialties. Many eected Loyal Frisbie editor of the affairs. The Comptroller is : while the remainder will iromised in the Fifth District

a cooperative project between the types of hors d'oeuvres and characteristically Polk County Democrat, Bartow, Supervisor of State banks, build be forwarded to the State Tuberculosis This area runs from St. Johns ?

1C State health department, U. S. Florida items would president to succeed Lloyd Herrinof ing and loan companies, credit Association. The state as- panty south to include Brevard

Public Health Service and She command a ready and exclusive the Callahan News", Callahan. unions and small loan companies, sociation will send five per cent ind then across to Citrus county }r

:county governments. It completed market. Green turtle soup and Other officers named were Louie and has many duties in connectionwith to the National Association to 'hkh forms the West Coast boun-

1 j 1,its third year of operations In Ge.tober periwinkle soup, both currently Wadsworth, publisher of the Su- county government* help finance its services on a national lary. With few exceptions, stocksf
II( canned, are cases to point. level and will use the remainder > deer quail, turkey and squlr-
rAt wannee Democrat, Live Oak, 1st He is also a member of the State els "far
"Florida's non-food fish (principally for state services. Thus exceed those of last sea-
the conclusion of the spray vice president, and Paul Rardin, Cabinet and numerous State
ing this year, inspections, were menhaden) are valuable'for publisher of the Everglades News, boards and commissions. of the total raised in our Seal Sale, ;on" and the entire district offers

I Jmade in more than'a 1000 homes the manufacture of oils, animal Canal Point. 2nd vice president. Before assuming his duties as 9it' per cent will be used within aunting!, prospects comparable to
hose of
I. ( the adjacent Second Dis-
tQ..* ). of tb4, ,feeds and fertilizer. 1ussell. Kay of publisher the state.
-- valuate4hjpfrjc4Jeenes : ." ; jy& j Tampa C mptroller. ,in October_ 1946, Gay ,
1 f trjctr the ( .
> program carried on ,in 29 Florida MStmlmilned production and of the Florida ,Newspaper News, was a resident of Orlwndo for 25, "For '49,years, !She continued* % reported. .

I f -counties. *j distribution methods, more varied as reelected secretary and treasurer. years where he was engaged in ,'Christmas' Seals have been sold "Spotty huntlngIs in store for

f s Mr. Mulrennan pointed out that processing and statewide conserva- banking citrus growing and was' in the United States to help the Jje First District, it continued

protection against the danger of tion methods can increase and In- President Loyal Frisbie named Clerk of the Circuit Court. He has battle against tuberculosis, a com- 1 :sue to food damage in numerous
sure continuance of ,this important I :ounties. The district runs from
malaria transmission has been given municable disease which still kills ,
4 the folloing directors to serve for long been active in civic and gov- '
"Florida residents in the more source of income to Florida. the ensuing ,year. nmental affairs and is well 53,000 Americans a year. Confinedto Hernando to Lee county on the

r endemic areas by the application the area around Wilmington, Vest Coast and is bounded on the
known throughout the state.
I f Bays D. Gather, Dania Press,
f of DDT spray to wall surfaces inside Rev. Bruce Flora Del., in 1907, the Seal Sale at- inland side by a line running from
Dania; John V. (Jack) Monahan,
s 69,000 homes as well as to District Director Of tracted so much attention that Lake Kissimmee to Lake Okeechobee.

,' porches and privies. Church ProgramRev. Owen Sumter B. County Brice, Lake Times Wales Bushnell News; Digest of Recent first year that the following year Although the game "censustakers"

,,1 "Our records also indicate," Mr. it was conducted on a "national found that squirrels and
I'' Mulrennan emphasized, "that while Lake Wales; Emmett B. Peter, Jr., The- scale and has been nationwideever lUaU have increased in the district,
Bruce Flora, Okeechobee, Lake County Citizen, Tavares M. Opinions By they '
space sprays applied from bug since." a definite shortage
Florida, has been appointed district T. Respess Respess Engraving
>f and
in almost deer turkeys. The best
1 1.1 bombs or hand sprays are
director of the "Advance Jacksonville Nate "Great progress has been made
Company, ; GeneralThe
universal use throughout Attorney hunting 4s promised in Charlotte,
With Christ" program of the Jr. Arcadian, Arcadia andA. in the conquest of tuberculosis,
I fleece =
( Florida, more than 60 per cent of iendry and Highlands 'counties,
II houses which had not received Church of the Brethren, accordingto P. Cooke, Plant City Courier.' said the chairman, "but there Is rut Pinellas county offers the

an announcement received here Plant City, Tom Payne, Gadsden' attorney general ruled, In much work yet to be done before 'poorest prospects.
residual were found to 'contain
I spray from the general headquarters of County Times. Quincy, and Dick response to an inquiry from fed- this enemy is finally conquered.
living malaria mosquitoes"However The southern Fourth District,
the church in Elgin Illinois.Flora's Vousia County Mirror De- Although tuberculosis has been
eral works agency, that the stateof
this hlch of
he decared that deal
forced down from first to seventh received the worst
region covers the states
land. Florida authorized
Is to
I docs not mean that space sprays ill from winds and floods offers
cause of death in this century it 4
of Florida and Georgia.
1 of the conventionwere acquire surplus war property,
Highlights the
not be used but rather poorest prospect How-
jehould kills between 15 and
With Christ" more people
Ii The "Advance pro-
Thomas H. Barn- and has designated the improve-
talks by
should be used more frequently the 45 : of than other iver, the magazine quotes a veteran
which was adopted by years age any
gram School of Journ- ment commission the of
I and more thoroughly. "Residual hart, Dean of the as agent hunter as reporting, "it ain't
disease. We cannot afford
annual conference to re-
I if f house spraying and space sprays church at in Florida the recent, is an effort "to alism, University of Minnesota, the state. Purchases of surplus lax our efforts until we have at-, god but It ain't as bad as I fig
100 cent and Nelson D. Poynter, publisher property are made subject to the "
will eliminate almost per into tained final victory tuber ared it would be. The most'surpr4sing -
aggres- over
translate faith more
Times. terms and conditions of the federal F
and of the St. Petersburg
of the malaria mosquitoes reduce from Okee-
report came an
J sive action. Regional and local directors losis. We must continue to be gen-
I of malaria trans- After considerable discussionthe I surplus laws.Paroled .
the danger are being appointed to erous in our purchase of Christmas Jhobee county wildlife officer

; mission to a minimum." awaken individual churches to association passed a resolution Seals in order that our tuberculosis who declared, "I honestly believe

In each county the spraying their responsibility in the pro- recommending that members prisoners frogi other association may continue its hunting will be better In Okee<$O-

1, programs are carried on by county charge no more for political advertising states living in Florida may be work in our behalf." bee county this year than it wa f

empoyeea 'working under the direction gram. (1) than is regularly chargedfor visited and'supervteed by the Flor- the last season." Deer hunting win
goals are:
Three principal
ida Parole Commission but
of trained supervisors of the missions. display space. can- Football be "good" in Collier and Palm
The development of home not Game On Local
be for violation of
State Board of Health. Materialsare and church Many cabinet members, candidates arrester. Beach counties and fair quail hunting
furnished by the Division of Including evangelism em- for state offices and other their parole, Attorney General J. Field Saturday Evening is predicted for Lee, Collier,

Entomology. extension (2) More education vigorous (3) distinguished guests were presentat Tom Watson has rdvlsed FrancisR. Okeechobee vs StuartThe Monroe, Dade, Palm Beach and
phasis on peace ; .
------L- staged ini Bridges. Jr., chairman of the Martin counties.
the annual banquet
E Action on the alcohol problem.
i Gulf Stream Park the Suwanee HoteL )I Florida Parole Commission. Okeechobee Veterans Foot. In an emergency action taken at

jl Expects Interesting Spaghetti Supper Held Fort Myers was selected as the However, the attorney general ball team Saturday will play night the on StuartVeterans' the a recent special meeting of the

I 1. Racing SeasonAn At Woman's Club next meeting place. '" pointed out that a Florida parole :Okeechobee football field. : Game and, hunting Fresh season Water Fish in the Commission entire

J supervisor could obtain a fugitive The game will begin at 8:30 and, Fourth District ordered
Indication was
the completely Saturday night, November 15, 1,314 Students Have warrant against a person suspectedof promises to be an interesting and
: closed Jan. 5 25 days
on lopping
changed racing picture at Gulf- the Future Homemakers of America Graduated From U. of violating the terms of his pa- entertaining contest for the foot' from the official season. In addition :

stream Park can be determined sponsored a spaghetti supper i' role from another state, but the ball fans.
Florida Law School the commissioners
from assignment of stall space to held in the Woman's Club. person so arrested would have to
Iv deer and turkey hunting in Monroe
horsemen currently campaigningin The girl themselves preparedthe be extradited to carry him out of Wins
i students Dade and Broward counties,
Of the 18 small Gainesville Some" 1,314
the Chicago area. supper requiring only a Florida. The best practice, he add-
trainers shipping to Gulfstream amount of help from 'Mrs Melba including 26 women, have ed, would be for the other state and the shooting of turkey hens
I the University Harry Jordan of St. Petersburg was prohibited throughout, the dis
Park from the Windy City, no Louthan and Miss Gardner. been graduated from to make Its own arrests in Florida,
If of Law won $500 In cash for nam- trict. '
t fewer than 14 are newcomers. Quite a large number of people of Florida College if it desires the return of a parole

is 1: Many new stables have been allotted attended and $55.00 was cleared. since it opened in 1909, accord-. violator. ing the Seaboard's new stream
liner which she calls the Silver According to Harry McCarthy
stall space from racing This money will be used to give Ing to a recent. survey. I
I Star. The new train goes into ser INS staff correspondent, Florida is
t Strongholds other than the Chicago the football team a banquet. Enrollment figures show that State Scool SupL Colin English, .
vice December 12, for travel be- the only stall in the southeast
area. and Gulfstream Park number of students dropped to 2a mentioned as a possible candidatefor
tween. New York and Florida. without a teacher shortage.
J rt} with Ibis Infusion of fresh corpuscles The State Department of Educa- during the war, but have risen to Governor has been the State ,

anticipates the most Interesting tion has estabished a traveling a present enrollment of 525 students school head since 1937. He has to
ft.: as
The school bus transported 11- No look can be so good
sport in its short but brilliant police school for the training of to set record In the history been a member of the teaching
Ji ,,793 school children to school last be profitable when negligentlyread. #
j!If history. law enforcement officers. of the Law College. profession since 192L I year.">>.-. -Seneca } '

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"Yes. rm free this afternoon." "Aren't bumps fun to look backon SEWING CIRCLE PATTERNSqay

I Ir "Got a date then" Jimmy im !" she laughed.She Relieve ..

'i -f' 8t Chivalry provised. "Have to dictate at lunch. could laugh at bumps only:
Mind going to Mike's place around one meal and a couple of bucks \ {JneUjarcl /tpron fc?r i/1i

t 4 Complex the corner?" away She'd walk out of his life and Chest
I He hoped she wouldn't cave in begin starving again. Jimmy almightily Colds(
By and have to be carried. But she didn't want her to starve. C1uer2a1e .U'rocn for /l Miles
! GARRETSJIITII made it and dropped in a chair witha Jimmy almightily didn't want her to

I sigh that sounded contented. Jim- walk out of his life. How could he

.- '' my mumbled something about phoning help it? The query fuddled his bogus :

; j and hunted up Mike himself. letters to theoretical publicity pros- rN .t y .o s+s
Jimmy knew the answers for too pects as Betty pot-hooked them like Y r ,
: much food and drink. But how did a streak on Mike furnished. PENETRATES STIMULATES
T>Y NOON forlorn hopers In the I paper ; into upper brow- chest Uroit sea
: ** employment manager. anteroom they treat a gal all out of practice? She had to tinker his sentences. cam tithes with back snares like <
; at Cromby & Co. boiled down } And not let her know it? He told soecilisootlaie a.araliesceaa- i,
Suddenly a thought popped up like med nil vapor. srUaj pouibc
> to Jimmy Wheeler and the "Plucked Mike alL unexpected check. Why not
Wheeler. At bedtime rub throat, chest
: "You start her Mr.
| Chicken." They had simmered since "easy really mail those letters? He might and back with Vicks VapoRub.
,' nine, waiting to be hired or to hear, Leave it to me. land free lance work and keep on Relief.bringing action starts
"We'll file your- application and let Jimmy returned to their table as using Betty! Instantly 2 ways at once

i you know if anything turns up." Mike brought cups of golden bouil- "Look here," he said. "How abouta And it keeps up this special

Jimmy put the first of these chances lon."Won't special regular job if we're satisfied after Penetrating-Stimulating ac
try our new on
; at less than hundred-to-one shots. references? office is -
swapping My
the house Mike invited. 'Shall I thenightto
\ Odds had reversed on him since
under hat but I'll find
my yet a
nice little lunch as usual relief
I; that Independence day two weeks fix up a bring
j ago when his ex-boss had spoken Mr. Wheeler?
Jimmy deferred to Miss Bond. Betty's former employer told him
I f overwarmly and Jimmy's free soul ,
She was already sipping her bouil- over the phone she was as good as
j chased Jimmy off the payroll.I
lon blissfully. Jimmy thought lost her job only because -
I for the Plucked Chicken Jimmy -
< considered the Old Run-around
;; formula a sure thing. He hadn't y

j given her a second look for fear he'd X W'r YN

feel sorry for her. No name to put

to a maid in distress, the formerly

f chivalrous Jimmy admitted guiltily.But ,
he'd seen too many such lately.

He'd soured on the sex anyhow t.Y

; since his boss's secretary lied her- 4 .
f self out of a jam and him into one t.

I after he'd stood up for her. "That .

; chivalry complex of yours Is a nuisance -
!" the boss had roared. Old
Fletcher needn't worry. Jimmy 12.20
agreed with him now. -
whittles your waist to a mere noth-
The assistant manager gave Jim-
my a blank to fill and turned to the ,- c' 'aALT 11586 ing.sleeves.Have cap or three-quarter

Plucked Chicken. Elizabeth Bond 5 cCki .
was her name actually. Someone's Pattern No. 1703 is for sizes 12. 14. 16.
private secretary once, would graba Practical Bib Apron 18 35 and or 20.39-inch Size 14.. cap sleeve 3i yardsof ;
typist Job now. "We have a long -
pretty and oh-so-practical
list. rm afraid it isn't worth THIS **
waiting is fashioned from SEWING CIRCLE PATTERN DEPT.
while calling again" was all she 530 South Wells St. Chicago 7, ill. "STAR
of colorful fabric in the
one yard Enclose 25 cents in coins for each
{f drew. Not even the Old Run-around J .
s smaller sizes. Bold ric rac makes pattern desired. QUALITY-00. ;
Jimmy handed in his blank. w
a a striking trim crisp ruffling Pattern No Size__ FILTERS KEEP
," "Thanks. said the assistant "We'llfile '
edges the bottom. Why not put Name !
your together several for Christmas OIL CLEAN 4.ft v % '_
let know U :
-And me anything Address
turns ," Jimmy finished. He wondered .
"She swayed and would have fallen if Jimmy hadn't caught her." 11 S ,
how many such days his hun Pattern No. 1586 comes In sizes 14. tS,
dred-buck reserve would stand as 'Tve a feeling anything here'U be the company failed. Jimmy 18. 20: 40. 42 and 44. Size UI, 1 yard of 35

: he followed Miss Bond's wake. good," she agreed and set down her persuaded her to take expense I 6 or yards 29-inch ric: rac.With l'/t.yards purchased ruffling

;; The girl was waiting for the elevator empty cup. "I'm a pig Just money and a week's salary in Curved Lines
; a fragile arm braced against couldn't help it," she added wistfully advance by pretending he'd be Are
i I the walL The dim light I here with a blush. away on business most of the week. A YOUTHFUL, extremely smart YouPleutning

,} softened the cheek-bone, hid worry- Jimmy grinned. "Won't have ste- Betty had a feeling this was all the date dress for misses with a
lines and ash-grey bleakness. Why nographers who aren't good feed. reference she needed from him. wealth of head-turning detail. Soft a
I class before Jimmy didn't Old Fletcher gathers accent the curved lines on i
she was a once, ers. argue.
l r she began starving to death! She laughed. Jimmy heard silver might say something sour if Jimmy shoulder and hip a narrow belt Hew Home?

I I The elevator came and she swayed bells. Her bouillon worked fast Violet referred her to his ex-boss.

I toward it. would have fallen if eyes stayed alive now. Jimmy But at parting, qualms began to
Jimmy hadn't caught her. would like to spend a week feeding wriggle around in Jimmy. SiandnhtL

1 Thank I'm clumsy" this girL He had learned she was "Look "
you. here he said. "If you geta
: Her face lit and Jimmy looked called"Betty""Betty.was his favorite Jimmy faame.thought By chance at a better job. take it!" An aged American farmer who Then Get This New BOOKof L

I I. Into deep violet eyes. Then face and I the time Mike brought second aid. Tve a feeling you may back out was touring Europe,, having arrived -
went dead again. She'd keel in London being shown SMALL HOMES PLANS!
eyes he had her talking. He liked it. No if I don't run. said Betty. was
t. over on the street he worried. No whining. She was alone and on her I Betty ran everything around Greenwich observatory It's a big, full-color, 16-page book full of new
breakfast probably. He must do own like himself, flotsam and jet- AFTER greyish. The impossible and was much impressed by the home ideas. Twelve small homes designed by a
o something quick At the street door didn't wonders he saw there. nationally-known architect Shows floor plans and
told It seemed
sam from small towns. Jimmy seem as possible. .
Jimmy clutched the germ of an "This clock," said the official elevations. A regular 50c Book for only 25c
too made them plain impossible later after long
.. job-hunting'yarns, ; Send a quarter now for top'y
..f idea. light set them in a remotish pastShe hours of hammering at his best pros- who was conducting the tour rather your

- "Pardon me. Aren't you Miss loved the one about the boss's pects. The only spark he struck: was pompously "is the one from YF

Bond-in Cromby's just now?. They secretary who balled up her letters "Come and see us after business which all the world takes its time.It .
'j said you might do a letter or so for which Jimmy corrected until a prize picks up." By five Jimmy hit bot- is the most important clock in r i -

: me. I'm James Wheeler. Publicity bun slipped by and the boss got tom. He started home deciding he'd the world!" c

man. With the Fletcher bureau wise. "And I was the one the boss just tear up those letters Betty had &"Wunnerful said the old man,, ;,

once. Cromby had another good typIst bawled out." Jimmy added. "Calledit agreed to send over by messenger. surveying it with open mouth. }

on their list but couldn't reach my fault for coddling the girl and But the letters weren't there the Then, drawing a silver turnip
_her. Leaves me in a jam." spoiling her." hall man reported. Jimmy thought watch, at the 'end of about' two

r Her eyes widened warily then That was while they sipped demitasses. that over feeling as If somebody had feet of chain from a pocket like*

turned eager. kicked him. Stung again! Neat little a sack he said: "It's wunnerfuL
-I game! That reference he called An' just think, it's only 'bout three

up, a plant of course. He ought to minutes fast in alL"

have seen she came out of her

dumps a little too fast! He was a e

l'I I CRO SWORD PUZZLE J fine judge of women!

Jimmy's phone was ringing as he ,J

Wheeler stumbled?"into a his remote apartment.voice "Mr.said. eo S 1gS*.c..1 G. Y L1 C6A

, 1 j' "This is Mr. A. B. Fletcher's
Horizontal s*Iatie. la Nest U m.. secre
, \ tary. Could you see Mr. Fletcher '
. t 1 Person with'I. .} > &. r 8 4 10 1 here tomorrow morning He didn't ..arid Enjoy Modern Low-Cost HEAT

out gentlemanly tell me to call you but he spoke Get Well ,

-j 11 U 14 about you today. Said he'd hoped
t. ."'..' 4 To instincts confuse you'd be over your grouch and'backon ( j QUICKER with a I

f 9 Folding bed 15 Lb 17 l6 your old job before. this rmust t'Toee Due Your r.a Cord CougS
: 12 Eggs tipping you off.
i .' 13 Mole Cftl FV'Q Honey & TjrWlab "*". ..
-1 gray 19 zo 'Wenl' Jimmy exploded. "Uh I W 1 Cough Compound s0." u. AND cAN,MT orr.
14 Poetic: say-you're not Miss Moseley It's the only heater of its kind in the world. ..with amass
to unclose lug,
,i 15 To arrange ?t 22 j3 24 U I6 "Mr. Fletcher's old secretary clean healthful Inner construction heat That's the secret of abundant -
in battle No. She's left him. I got a feeling any kind of coal. coke at remarkably low cost. Burns
-; position iI 28 2.9 30 from things I heard at luncheon today without refueling. holds briquets.fire Heats all datt night
'1 17 To imbue there might be a vacancy Black Requires less attention than several days draft.
', 19 Slang; brisk where you said you used to work. See the WARM MORNING most furnaces.
j. )1 32 33 at your dealer's.. and send
energy : 25c for SMALL
And I got a feeling you'd be relieved Leaf 40 HOMES PLAN BOOK
; :0 To bring down '
if I found another job. I bought bargain .
j{ on oneself d 36 3? 38 iMtn Sues ItU itJ
21 To stimulate clothes and tried it" DASH IMHATMtBsTNgf1*rAe Nee/ Dept SOLO 114 W alt stCOMPANYs
,: 23 Part ot The voice trailed off in silver bells 1 Mo
39 40 41 M: | ; *- :
"to be"i 42i that could not be disguised. Jimmy (WNC@ -!) ,-
i 24 Ancient was beyond speech. .
i Anglo-Saxon 43 44 45 wc
i chariot "Please don't be mad. Mr

3 .27 Rowing Wheeler. You saved my life m pay
\ implement 41 48 49 SO back your money."

t :a European "The devil with the money" Jimmy ..,r -all the different
1 mountain S1 S2 S) Sf suddenly felt all right. "I'll be brands you smoked
f system around if you think Fletcher will during the wartime cigarette
shortage That's
j 30 Prefix: half ? : -
l' 31 Japanese ss 56 57 have the fatted calf ready-and ri., when so many people
you'll have luncheon with discoveredfrom
I J measure me. 9 experiencethat
32 Stupidity "Maybe we'll have Mike cook the Camels suit them best. Yes
34 French, ; fatted calf" said experience is
No. 38 Betty. f the best "
conjunction I teacher. That's
33 Principal 2: Hail! Latin)! 32 Baseball: 45 Landmeasure why...
member of a 3 Spruce '. an inning 46 Simian
theatrical 4 On the : 33 Symbol fortantalum 47 Confederate Poets and Their Garlic :

37 company Widemouthed 5 To summit bark of 36 Kettledrum 48 general Poetic: above Homer had a sincere respect for d10re

pot 6 Symbol for 38 Deer's horn 49 To be obliged garlic, to which he attributed the people
38 Insect gold 40 Doctor's to estimable property of "dispelling en-
53 Giant 7 To revolve assistant 50 Man's chantments."
With US, the Roman
41 Thus 8 Consequently 42 Shoshonean nickname
; 42 To release 9 Part of a Indian 53 Symbol forruthenium poet and bishop. Sidonius ApoH 'i : m mzok
43 To divert meal 44 To stupefy naris. born at Lyon in 403 and

-,. 45 Siamese coin 10 Goddess of known also as Cafus SuUius held

46 Belgian King the harvest Am.wtr t* Peirt N.B.er SIQD garlic in such contempt that he '
in World 11 Golfer'smound
wrote: "Happy the nose that is never -1c
War I jSIA Aoos ;cos
18 To allow exposed to the
poisonous exhalations
48 Tropical
p ENT 9 o P A A R E 513r
American 18 Finical of this plant. By the same
T I EAST E 0 0
:o Spontaneous
51 Edible wildcat seed Inclination DOQQ E3QB3BE token an order of chivalry ignoring

52 More certain 21 To defeat 5 y n 0 M A T I N A ribaldry exacted in its regulations
54 Female sheep 22 West Indian CORES >! A R 5 P A the agreement that each
55 Snakelike fish Wand A L A 3 s A 5 A b A A a member should abstain from garlic evrI.

58 To habituate 23 Female alncYU. noun nnann and onions from January to December '. ,
( .) tag voice GEE DHOD GAD L :
t C7.Russian 25 To rectify ECOn GQOQ BO if be valued companionship.This +
28 The aforesaid LBB PBBD 20 strange order existed in Castile =rr -

Vertical thing 0 I L I A B about the middle; of the 14th ,

M Molten'lava N D L I D D P o D E century and the ban on garlic and nee, is r
1 Important 21 Place for,'. ; ,
'. food fish! l.4;'storing fodder Beau to 4T onions the was said to have"been placed __ .t.,.." _L ;J.,--:=.
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Links v SAVINGS MADE ft.
A O ?LR Herbert Beerbohm Tree. Eng-
a lish actor and manager was interested -
only in the artistic merit of
V.r his productions. To achieve a desired -
effect he spent money lavish-
diU 1). Oi one occasion he spent such
) huge sums that his backers pro
1".--1'W tested vigorously. They threat-
ened to withdraw their financial sup-
) i port unless he cut expenses immediately -
i? "That's mighty decent of you old man-but I'm afraid Faced with this ultimatum.

"But, Alvin are you POSITIVE Benny Goodman's lookingfor you have your blades adjusted a\bit Tree looked about desperately for a
a violin player. too high for MY lawn!" way to effect economies.For .
twQ days be went over the I
\ script with a fine comb. Finally became 1 )
with a bright idea. Itwasn't t.
NANCYARE By Ernie BusHmiller :f r.
? much of a saving but it was If
the only thing he could think of. And .
YOU YES --I HAVE LET'S SEE--- OH, DEAR --- IT'S A GOLDFISH BOWL what was this brain storm of economy -
ON YER TO STOP OFF WHAT SHALL STARTING TO RAIN MAKES A / ? In the third act. one of his }

WAY TO AND BUY HER I BUY GIFT// actors came on stage carrying a
MINNIE'SBOITHDAY A GIFT ,three cent newspaper under his arm.
SHOP Tree ordered him to carry a one A LOVELY, dainty-looking pink
I PARTY ? r cent paper. wool bed cape that's crocheted

1 in a simple openworktitch
MADE POOR DEAL sc and tied with blue velvet rib-
% bons. Nice in pale blue or white
/ too-and why not make one as a
trousseau gift. Or in navy or redit
will be ideal for aboutthehousewear .
this winter.
To obtain complete erocbeting instructions -
for :he Shoulder Cape (Pattern No.
-........ ... ......---- 5608). send 20 cents In coin your name,
Lll ILL KE.UU1C. By Margarita address and pattern number.

THANK YOU FOR South Wells St. Chicago 7. DL
a SITTING WITH THE IS DEAR WERE PLAYING Enclose 20 cents for Pattern
I HES IN JAILs Address

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The diner in the cafeteria rushed To Relieve Your
over to the manager. "I've been

robbed" screamed the customer. Cough Mix This
"Somebody stole my topcoat It wasa ,
N brown coat with raglan sleeves..'
s Recipe at HomeYou'll
'HnriTnin\\\\j\tnf\ mused the manager ,
o "now that you mention it, I be surprised how quickly and
; just saw a guy walk out of here with easily you can relieve coughs due to
that very coat. colds,when you try this splendid re-
cipe. It gives you about four times as
The customer looked hastily toward much cough medicine for your money
By Bud Fisher the door. "Quick, quick he and you'll find it truly wonderful.
demanded. "What did the guy look Make a syrup by stirring 2 cups of
like?" granulated sugar and one cup of
JEFF WHERE I OUT DOIM CHRISTMAS Yen. I'M TWELL.ER-WHAT A DOZEN CREAM PUFFS? THATS WHAT I The manager shook his head. water a few moments.,until dissolved.
No cooking needed-it's no trouble at
WERE YOU j MY SHOPPING9 DOIH IT ACHA BOY ME CREAM CREAM PUFFS THOUGHT AFTER 'Terrible." he returned. "The all. (Or you can use corn syrup or
ALL DAY? \ CHRISTMAS YOU'RE- EARLY SO J FoR CHRISTMAS PUFFS WON'T LAST i BOUGIIT'EM sleeves were five inches too short. liquid honey.Instead of sugar syrupy .

SHoPPING_ REALLY DOING -, I DON'T V-i PAL? UNTIL CHRISTMAS' so i ATE v/. Then from put 2&any ounces druggist of)Pinex Into(obtained a pint- -

\ aT EARL(! GET LEFT THEM! How He Lest It bottle. and fill up with your syrup.
Pete Gray, the one-armed baH This makes a full pint of medicine
z- player when an American leaguer, that will please you by its quick ac
r often was irked by people asking tion. It never spoils. and tastes fine. _
This simple mixture takes right hold
him how he had lost his arm. One '
n of a cough. For real results, you ve
day after the game an elderly lady; never seen anything better. It loosensthe
i aefwr fan. solicitous and worried started phlegm soothes the irritated
asking Gray how he felt: was he membranes and eases the soreness.
q uEil tired, did he think he would make Plnex Is a special compound of
Ingredients In
B 'P'1i utf proven concentrated
good?-and a 'dozen other queries I form well-known for its quick action
which he tried to shake off cour- In coughs and bronchial irritations.
file 1 3 ER By-Arthur Pointer teously. Money refunded If it doesn't please

TWO RED MOTS IDID1UU Finally the lady asked, "My son. you in Pines every Is way.Fast Belief .1"

,,,,, NO MUSTARD f # ) H ORDERED WELL I PUT DIDN T i DID -_ # how did you lose your arm?" --
YcKa t s ru TWO! TWO OUTTHP.' D/DNT Gray did not hide his annoyance.
n.asa LIAR 1'tU > "An old lady in Brooklyn talked it 1
TNIEFJ off me," he snarled as he dashedfor
r l sd a taxL
t .
It .
Keep Expense Down !.
Jimmy-Fop, it says here that s..r af.r.wDOUDLEFLTERED "" -.;;
animals have a new fur coat -
KETNf every year.
o 0 Pop Sssssh my boy, your
OW ClfREG'LAR mother Is in the next room. j

Not Under AnythingA FuN iHr This dame Uorolins,guarantee I
Ides !highest quality.Only lot
woman missed her
gloves as uiioxetm
FELLERS By Gene Byrnes
she was leaving the restaurant
I }here she had dined with her hus- cimletms
L--- J band. Asking him to wait she hurried <
/X OH TWS,Jiwwie PIANO, mtouLEAVa AT GRACES 1 (:A11 ANT VYANE back to look for them, searching $
NOUSiON VOUSt YWf HCC\E: SMtY t.ASY JCt3! IMPtorNlfHi pTONCE! first on the table and finally liltIng
JHE LEFT IT, IttRE: St1R.t:, the cloth to peer under' it. '.
AGGI i I PltxPtA Just then a waiter hurried over to
[ N101IERS her. "Pardon me madame." he t I 1 -

said, "but the gentleman is over !
'+ C r / aaut a+sat there by the door."

Persistence PaysA
life Insurance agent called upona
big business :man at the close of a
busy day. When the agent had been
admitted, the big fellow said:
"You ought to feel highly hon h
ored, young man. Do you know that ..j
VIRGIL By Len Kleis today I have refused to see seven "
insurance men?" .i
rM eOIN61O e I'D BETTER HURRY AND "I know." said the agent 'Tm .i


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1 make and model of pkk-vp crock .In 4, 'J
ffY y? 5 or6(to clearance to suit your specific: ,<'
The waterproof,mildew mutant,heavy

-..""",.a'" ...... .j duck sturdy cover aluminum fits trim and neat over a _t1
frame conforming to 'it
the streamlined contour of your truck.Oaor --y
off in a jiffy. Slide fastener opining ,,:,..
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"- A clergyman at a dinner had listened "
v to a talkative young :man who< _
had much to say on the Darwintheory

"I can't see" he argued =T
"what difference it would make tome

if my grandfather: was an ape." tom' ,
'l c." commented the dergyrnan
"I can't see that it would. But it
must have made a great difference.
to'your grandmother"

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tHE OKEECHOBEE NEWS Friday, Nov. 21, 1947

J (Jjktu40b1' e tsl :POLAR-. RENDEZVOUS I and ucation.the State Department of Ed \

Viva Jane Cooke was. also born t1EE Ji
1 k Published every Friday by the \ in Alabama locating in Florida in ,
) Okeeehobee News Co. At Okeechobee t
J 1921 at Eustis. As proprietor a &
i' ,'. Okeechobee County, Florida. 1
1, gift shop and manager of a. Farm .
li, < BRYANT BOWDEN ,....,.....Editor Woman's Market she learned muchof
b Come Thanksgiving, you'll be mighty thankful you marketed
e' : SUBSCRIPTION RATES t ti ; native home craft and becamean early. So look over the ideas below and plan your dinner right

One Year in advance ...... ....$3.00 instructor in this subject with now. Then choose all you need for your Thanksgiving feed
!., Six Months in advance *....... 1.50. the vocational department of the from A&P's big: stock of big values! f

Three Months in advance ....... 1.00) 2'F State educational system. Later GOOD USE FOR A GOOD HEAD HOLIDAY HIT

f Entered ai second class matter July she became manager of the Home Ever eat all of"a salad including If you want to make a big hit on *
Division of the Holly the bowl? You when it's made the and take
, 1. 1914, at the Post Office in Okee- Industries can big day, take my tip
t ehobee Florida, cr air Act of March ..,- Hill State Market. like this: Hollow out a firm green a trip to your A&P for a rich
-. cabbage head and shred portion JANE PARKER FRUIT CAKE.
f r rI R. 1879. Mutual interest in home craft removed (about 1% quarts). Add Studded with glac ed cherries,
brought these two capable women % tsp.salt, H tsp.vvn''w pecans raisins and citrus fruits...
..f., There are only 474 one-teacher Fkp together, they pooled their knowledge '$> pepper, & tsp. this luscious fruit cake is Amer
s4.. school In the iute. Wipw searched diligently for all grated sugar,onion H tsp.and ica's favorite.Bet it'll be yours.too!

a avaiable information and have given 14 tbsps. vineCRUST ISN'T A "MUST"

]1H: ; NI- the result of their labor In this pr. Add % cuE Pumpkin pie filling baked in a casserole
t' Florid intern of free schoolswas : most interesting and valuable work PAGE SAND1of tangy READ ANN instead of a crust is just as

established in 1868. which should have a place in the from the A&P toss chill and pile tuty.eapeclaUylfyouu.eA&P'1
I choice ANN PAGE SPICES and
shell serves
ie library of every Floridian. cabbage 6, this recipe: Mix 4 cup brown

t "CORNY" AS CAN BE sugar, 1 tap. cinnamon
receiving 1J Clewiston Sugar Crop *i tsp. \\\IIW'UIQf':
ForMa veterans
are Honest Injun, this corn pudding nutmeg % tap.
J. training under the G. I. Bill in Yield About 940,000 TonsThe is the best thing that's happened ginger, *4 tsp.
over 300 State-approved educational to corn since the Indians thscovtred cloves and H tsp. .
School it! Beat 1 egg; add 1 cup ;I salt. Add to 3
institutions State crop of the U. S. Sugar milk, 1 cup of A&P's golden sweet : eggs, slightly
Supt. Colin English has reported. Corporation at Clewiston this year IOXA CORN,Itbsp.fat (melted), I beaten. Add 1?* cups cooked or
1 tsp. sugar, H tsp. salt and % :
Its expected to yield about 940. canned pumpkin; mix well and stir
q tap. pepper. Mix well; turn intotreased in 2 cups milk. Pour into 1?4 qt.
000 tons of refined sugar, or an casserole and bake in I casserole; set in pan of hot water
; Requests for information on amount sufficient to supply the .1-derateoven,350oF.,H hr.or till and bake in moderate oven, 315t. *
have Serves 4 to 6. F., l? hrs. till set. Serves,.
Florida's new school program housewives of the nation for 30 a a or

been received from almost every days the general manager report
State in the nation; many States ,.. ed. Ferris stated that the sugarhouse
-- dlw>i+aaeY
signify intention to copy our pro- will be open for visitors,
The activities of American submarines during World War II
/ gram. that brought the undersea craft to the home waters of the Japanese and that guides, provided by the Rom where I sit. Joe Marsh
Empire in the van of the fighting fronts are continued Into peacetimeas company, will take t o u r" s t s .. by
the submersibles, like the USS Sennet (above), penetrate the Arctic through the plant where they can .. -
State School Supt. Colin Englishhas and Antarctic. Submarines are important units of the Navy's postwar see the procesd of extracting sugar z
reported that 3,032 physically expedition and projects probing the mysteries of distant oceans for I '
f handicapped persons were served scientific data to be used for future planning. from the cane. Last year there Metropolitan Papers #
fOfficial u. S. Navy Photograph) i were 20,000 guests shown throughthe
by the Department of Education'svocational
rehabilitation service estabishment. Please Copy! ;;; ,.; \

j last year. have become a lost art for it is tive state a single leaf may be I Applications Must Be In

1 primitive and rural in nature and stripped and made into a large
Folks here burned much different underneath.
Dec. For Jobs were up over City
31 Open
I heretofore has been acquired byword sized basket. Fronds be By
Large buyers of Florida citrus may purchased an article On Our Town I reprinted folks work hard;like to come home
fruit, such as Kroger, Grocery of mouth. plain or dyed. If gatheredby With Health Board from a city paper. Made us sound at night to their families; and re-
Company, A &: P Food Stores. One of the most fascinating traditions the worker, they are easily pre- like a bunch of "hicks who whitlax with a moderate glass of beer
Wlnn-Lovett and others disgustedwith in the great southern pared for use. Applications for several jobs tIed sticks and wore chin whiskers. like we do.From .
handcraft belt of the United I And now a word about the that are open with the Florida (Last person I saw with chin
green inedible fruit shippedby where I sit,it doesn't mat
Florida early in the season States is the braiding and weaving author; Julia May Sampley, born State Board of Health and county whiskers was, passing through on ter if you live in an apartment
lore that has develoredvin the in south Alabama, came to Floridaas health units must be in by Decem- his way east.)
have adopted under which house
a policy or on a farm-work in an
relatively: ) short life of oar nation. a child and was raised in Es ber 31, Angus Laird, supervisor of
will Florida So I editorial how office cornfield
they purchase no more ran an on we or a -the American
Included in these traditions is a Santa Rosa counties.In the Merit System declared this
cambia and
fruit that does not meet the I spoke of city "sliekers"-as overtradition of quiet home life, tern
USDA Grade A standard, but they wonderful native craft material, '1935-37 she made a survey of week. dressed.wiseacres, only interested perate habits, and neighborliness. ,
!the palmetto frond .and the braid Florida industries for the Florida He said that there were open-
will pay a premium for such fruit. in making money, and spending it is common to all of us.
patterns for its use passed on State Chamber of Commerce which ings for health field workers. in night clubs.

from mother to daughter through resulted in the publication of the nurses, including orthopedic
Fact is, if we got to know each 7IIIIU
Too Late to Classify successive 'generations.Commercially Industrial Directory. nurses draftsmen, industrial hygiene other we'd probably find we're not

the palmetto From 193S to 41 she organizedand engineers sanitary engin-

comes In long clean strips or directed a homecraft training eers, sanitary officers and sanita

By RUSSELL KAY. f fronds, of almost perfect color and program with the cooperation of rians. Orthopedic nurses are employed 'frri\t,19l7.,United States Brewer Foundation,

In Florida's forests and scrubs, structure for weaving. In its na the Florida State Farmers Markets by the Crippled Children's -

along her glistening beaches and Commission_ only.. n' I '"
deep In her mysterious Evergladesgrow Mr. Laird pointed out mat salaries : .
for these positions rank .
plants, weeds and grasses \
that beckon those skilled craftsmen among the highest in the country. For, 'the Best '

who have mastered the art Further information and appll

of braiding and weaving these na- cation forms may be obtained from '"
tive materials to create an amaz- state and local offices of agenciesor ." "'. ,.---F : (-.,: \0
ing variety of useful articles and YOUpJtBaf from the Merit System officein
Tallahassee.auammuimmmmuruuinuiu"uuumwuu. '"
countless novelties. ; \

The art of braiding and weaving "
such materials Is as old as unnawumwuuuurCLASSIFIED

history and this skill has been
handed down by word of mouth ADS

from mother to daughter. A variety $- ,,""HIiIUlIIUUIIMUIIPIHIPIIJIIIUlnIlIUlUumuUIIIIIIIIIIIIIUlll mlllll' Printing
of patterns are found, the
LOST-Pair of pink shell glasses.
close-curl, fishtail, goose-eye, fish-
pot and others. Finder please return to Mrs.

It remains for Viva Jane Cooke itr Xora Leatherman.

and Julia May Sampley to assemble .... ., .

from every possible lou- e the FOR SALE-16 gauge Winchester .'..-'..
fascinating story of this native shotgun Pump, seven boxes '.: '

industry and compie all available shells. Price 3500. Dr. E. F. ,

Information In a book, the first of Dudley, Parrott Avenue. Okee .' ,!L' .
Its kind ever published, entitlied chobee, Fla. R: The "
Palmetto Braiding and Weaving _
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:: Okeechobee News
Through painstaking effort and FOR SALE-Piano In good condi
'.:: tireless research Jhese two enterprising tion. E. M Meserve. I ;
women have gathered and
pieced together the many bits of

knowledge from those who know BOAT FOR SALE-16-ft red cedar ; ; ; ; ; ; ; . ,'. ;,,, .
the secrets and the skills of braid- 9 1.2 hp. p. Wisconsin air cooled

ing and weaving and present this motor. Priced right. II. C. Sullivan

Interesting and valuable information Box 681, S. Parrott Ave. For Immediate Delivery From Stock

in printed form, with each Okeeehobee. :
step clearly and !simply expained

and supported by Illustrations sothat'even Model B and ZZ :c z=D t::=
FOR SALE t::: c: I
the novice who ::::::D t=
carefully Briggs and Stratton Motors.Snow's .
follows these instructions may be- .'
u<: Auto Electric Service,
come a skilled braider and weaver 406 Atlantic Ave., Fort Pierce, & STRATTON AIR COOLED
.' In a short time. 'C.: Fla. ENGINES
Those who have mastered the '
art will find all the materials "

they need In woods and. fields saw NOTICE MARLOWSELF.PRIMING CENTRIFUGAL
palmetto palms of many types, Notice U hereby given that the PUMPS. -

grasses, reeds, rushes, straws, and keeebobee hoard of County County CommlBloner Floridawill re-of Both Volume and High Pressure
.' sedges from which may be made I rrire tender for the purchase of the

such a variety of articles b fans I following One 1 1.motor 2 .r 2 vehicle ton track equipment: baring dual I GENERAL
pincushions, purses, mate baskets, wbH"'". 8x25 tlrem. with hydraulic MOTORS, DIESEL POWER UNITS
hoist and flat damp body, and baring I
vase and bottle
= covers shopping a wheel base of 137 Inchea.Said AND MARINE
bags, bonnets, belts, and tender U be opened In the
CotamUalonert room In the Courthouse I
many other things. in the City. of Ofceechobee, Flor. PORTABLE #
: The book "Palmetto Braiding Ida at 10-OO a. m. oa the let day of ALUMINUM IRRIGATION
December> 15H7. The Board reserves
's 1. and Weaving" Is beautifully printed the right to reject any and all bid. I SYSTEMS
'' and profusely Illustrated with SI.lD..a

-- the finest show many halftone examples engravingsthat of the SUIT YOURSELF FOR FALL IN A a1.Chairman C.. E. ,DRAWDT.Board of County Commisoera CONTINENTAL "RED SEAL" POWER UNITS x

,.' ,Jbralding and weaving art and
*' serve to guide the student with SMART 100 PER CENT WOOL NURSE LOSES FAT MYERS SPRAYERS, RAW CROP, & GROVE
,4 charts and illustrations of the va -
rious SAFELY ATOS WAY1Nsi.et.iieefIaMdII

>. exceptionally Announcing our new line of certified fabrics I GOODYEAR INDUSTRIAL HOSE i

". edited and la indeed a credit: to its made to measure, by International Tailoring
r .- : authors. Published by Manuals w = 1'T C
Company. Suits, Overcoats and Trousers. = 1
:_ ;0' Arts Press, Peoria Ill... It sells at s.EQUIPMENT .

; :'.. ypur. book dealers for $2,75 or mayt

) ..:::;:(, lishers.b*: ordered direct from the pub- Raulerson's Department StoreWe .SALES & 'SERVICE _

= .
.; ;,;;f'Florida is indebted to Viva Jane Clothe The 3312 Orange Avenue
" :t- Family' aaaal0itlat
:', Cooke:and Julia May San-pley for Fort
Phone 10 Pierce Florida : 5
":,. '. Okeechobee Fla. '
i1:: : their :enterprise and effort : the Phone 663-W
'&;;:< skill of.braiding and'eavlngTmght_ [ P. 0. Box 636

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Friday Nov. 21 1947 : ,

I 1 (jROCKETjlAUNGHING: HARKS. :NEW RAT IN NAVAL WEAPONS :;I t State-'.Papers To No choosing need your to put sterling off- ,Pick Your Sterling 4.i* .:- :\:.. ?."

Give Politicians pattern-prices Pattern I NOW 'J "
of sterling silver flat .. ,
Usual Ad Rate ware have increased1 '_
I less than 3% since

IL' I PETERSm-G. 1944. Our convenient Buy a Place-Setting
ST. :Nov 16 place-setting
I The Florida Press Association plan makes it possible at a Time-

composed of the state's weekly even for those
Morton Jewelers
(newspapers voted today to give with slender budgets

political candidates an even breakin to start a complete
service. Ph. 1010 107 N. 2nd SFt.
charges for their advertising sterling

_________ usual traditionally session adopfed The business association of a Its resolution much annual rate.higher at the recomtnend-convention than closing the hW/I Pierce- Fla._ I V

. charge Ing, to no Its more 186 members for political that advertising they 4i ,

than their regular rates. r

The action met with strong opposition I. Mtla f epIM7t7 9r'al FatMlM.UT
and is not binding on the

papers, but the majority was conclusive
enough to make the drive ,

felt throughout the state, if all REPAIRS

who voted for the resolution follow -
the recommendation.The .

y\;: '" Association elected Loyal

: Frisbie of the Polk County Democrat "

J : Bartow, to succeed Loyd Her-

z rin of the Callahan News as presI-
'" y V '. .
R dent.
p "
Louie Wadsworth, Suwannee \

!P 'tw--, IP I- Democrat, Live Oak was named 1fto.
;.;.: first vice president, and Paul Rar- '.
Marking "the beginning of a new era in Naval weapons," the United States Navy fired a captured German din. Everglades News Canal Point, "
i Y-Z rocket from the flight deck of the 45,000 ton aircraft carrier USS Midway on September 6, 1947. second vice president. hale the o of tw
E .Th:1 was the first time in history such a bombardment rocket has been launched from ships or a moving '
'platform.. The primary purpose of the experiment, held at sea several hundred miles off the East Coastof Russell Kay, Tampa was re-
1 the United States, was to ascertain if large bombardment rockets could be fired off modern aircraft elected secretarytreasurer.The .
i ,'carriers without modifications affecting flight operations. The rocket traveled six miles and exploded. Spring meeting will be heldat re... aEi
(O&citl U. S. Navy Fbatvtrap6)Social
1 Fort Myers but site for the c...,,'., .
1948 annual convention was not selected -

]Fall Tomato Crop 'f!.
m jgw fm-w g 'M p w r mj M ..

Harvesting Begins IX THE CIRCTIT corRT OF THE
Harvesting of St. Lucie County's CHOBEE COrNTY. IN CHANCERY
?all tomato crop has started. First DIVORCE
.,...---..... FOR
! v-- v---Y"----"v---Y'--" latch of .tomatoes was sold at the BEATRICE ALLEX. Plaintiff
f Tiny Watford was home this Churches To Observe :state Farmer Market last week, D. A. ALLEN. Defendant
with 300 field crates bringing $10 NOTICE TO APPEAR
i week-end visiting his parents.
.. er crate and 136 boxes $8.30. : D. A. ALLEN .
{ Mr. T. A. Sizemore of Tryon, N. Sunday, Nov. 23rd \DIJRESS UNKNOWN .
; You are hereby required to appearat E ..
I .a, Is visiting Mrs. P. P. Evans A new technicolor film on 'FIO!- my office in Okeechol Florida : : : 1'LOUCtiltst I PO.GUT mm
* and family. Churches throughout the county on December 22. A. D. 19U. to Bill of
da, "Florida: Wealth or Wasterhill Complaint for divorce filed against
. will observe Christmas Seal Sun- you by IVeatrice Allen in Circuit q aEtecticitu
Florida .mt
be to
shown soon
day, Nov. 23 In tribute to the contribution Court. Okeechooee County. Florida
[ Miss Alma Joyce Trumble spent :drool children as part of a coursen default wb refor Dccw- I'M (\>nfeMwill > e"e :
the week-end in Okeechobee withi to community health and l>e enterein against you: the
i .
the use of natural and human Okt-echobee_-. Is designated as the -
her parents. well-being made by the Okeechobee newspaper In which this Order> shell \ 5 MAJOR RATE!
i esources.
,-. County Tuberculosis Association. be published once a week for fourconsecn'ive VJ REDUCTIONS SINCE 1934
weeks dow lIere. AVERAGE RATES FOR
aU ..
Tie 41st annual 'Seal Sale, .
Miss Betty Jean Dunn of Fort tq Witness my- band and official seal .
Two Florida Future Farmer at Okeechobee. Florida thin 17th day 8 ,
i Pierce visited Miss Polly Gay raise funds to support a nation- hapters-the Belle Glade and the pIo\".. A. D. 1947. i. LESS THAN HALF WHAT
J wide tuberculosis control MXBEL K1ULEKSON SHEFFIELD
Greenberger over the week-end. program THEY WERE THEN. .. :
f eLand chapters have been Clerk of Circuit Court, Okevrhobee, 4 4"a"
t begins Monday and continues un- V
lamed Gold Emblem chapters by County. Florida r.v1 '}(), e)
I Mrs. A. J. Boettger and daughter til Christmas. By W.
I :he nationa Future Farmer Asso- (SEAL)
|I Nancy, now ofVest Palm Thanking the clergy for their MAKfeCIICLMAN.. I
I Beach,,,were :vistors In Okeechobee cooperation Mrs. E. II. .Hunt, :iation. Attorney for Plaintiff. I

i this past week-end. chairman bi the Seal Sale church I

1 I _____ committee, said that many f .J
< MUss Faye Abney and her girl churches are devoting space on

'! friend, who attend, Montverde their programs to messages about

I I School near Orlando, were weekend the significance of the ChristmasSeal

{ visitors In Okeechobee. and that several clergymen "

! will mention the work of the association V:
{i Mrs. Peter Raulerson fell Sun- from the pulpIt. -

| day and broke her hip. She is now "The clergy of this county have .

j i in Dr. Weem's hospital in Sebring been most generous In their support [ *

I where she will .remain for about of the association's work," WEDNESDAY ;., .

|I three weeks. Mrs. E. II. Hunt said. "They realize :.

i that tuberculosis is not merelya

I Wesleyan Service Guild medical problem but that it also V

| Meet at Home ofi has tremendous social and economic : ,.: 26
implications. The more theassociation's November -
i I Mrs. L. H. Dreese
program Is strength-

I The Wesleyan Service Guild ened, the more the community as
a whole will benefit The association -
held Its 'regular monthly meeting
f derives Its strength from the ISMerchants'
La H. Dreese
at the home of Mrs.
i 13, i large or small contributions made
evening, November
! Thursday I by individuals when they purchaseChristmas. .
at 8:00 .
i "
t This meeting proved to be one :I Seals. Sale
I of the most beneficial of the year.
In addition to regular business CHURCHES OF CHRIST .
transactions plans for Thanksgiving o SCIENTIST .
and Christmas were discussed. THANKSGIVING" is the subject :;

The Guild has a few, boxes of I of the Lesson-Sermon which IN FORT PIERCE

Christmas cards and wrappings. I will be read In Churches of Christ,
Anyone who needs these supplies i Scientist throughout the world on '"

can secure them from any of the i Thanksglviing Day. N.The. ,

Guild members. The profit from i The Golden Text is: "0 magnify ..

the sale of cards is used for local I the Lord with'me, and let us
work. I exalt his name together" (Psalms members of the Fort Pierce Merchants Association ark<< =Ciwgsp

Those enjoying this meeting :34:?). .- '
]Mrs. J. M. Roe, Mrs.. Paul I' Among the citations which com ,-
were: :
Robbins, Mrs.' Corrine Burdeshaw, !prise the Lesson-Sermon is the operating to ring you special values on that date -. ;

Mrs. Melba Louthan. }tr E. H. I following from the Bible "Bring .

Hunt Mia Alee Bass. Mrs. Ernest I ye all the.tithes into the storehouse -

Hudson, and the hostess, Mrs. II that there may be meat in

i Dreese. i herewith mine house saith and the prove Lord of me hosts._ now Stores remain open all day for the event

i If I will not open you the windows

i of heaven and pour you out a! .
blessing, that there shall not be

room achl 3:10.enough) to receive it" (Mai- Fort Pierce is your logical shopping center. Take advantage: .'

The Lesson-Sermon aso includes :

1 1S Jc r9 the foloing Science passage textbook from, the"Scienceand Christian the many bargains offered Merchants Sale Day, Nov. 26. :,-:

Health with Key to the .,
f Scriptures". by Mary Baker .
Eddy: "Chrkttans rejoice in secret

beauty and bounty hidden from .. :. 'r. .
I the world, but known to God. Self- --'
It. 7 forgetfulaess, purity, and affection ''..:. -

are constant prayers. Practice not '. >,'. .
f "P pu1ar? He ought profession, understanding not belief \ .. .

I t i toe be/- -- He buys omnipotence, gain the ear and and they right assuredly handof FORT PIERCE MERCHANTS ASSOCIATIONj: t +*::

f em61ITS-from call 25-30)down. infinite blessings" (15t << : : .;'!-.. 'i < ; ;r- '. ...'" 1 ... .. ...- -, '- -. -, ",.. ;0--... ::' ",,'" .:c. :- .....

! : .

: Charles G. Rhodes & Awards for distinguished service .- ., c', _' .. I ....

Son Inc. have been given to the mem- --",'"' .
Florida Citizens Committee .
bcr>iot the Lt
St. :, : .,.. :
Corner Orange Ave and 2nd on jkducatlon :for their part ". -<;

r PhoneF103':""_*-._ .:.. Fort Pierce, Fla.> in.thenew"8cJiool* program.. .. .. ., >, ., .,, ,_.. ...., ""' -
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tL 4 f It Political 'Pros' Will Oppose. Stassen I CLASSIFIED. ? '

i ... 'DSP ART MEN
[ -

Former Minnesota Governor their appeCtss with Dr. LeGear H !2*"'
: scnction. Also aa ideal forlJiZS_ .
sows and pi&.. Has helpedlacrease 1II08tII. .'
i } for millions of bog ralSnSTsattsl :.

: Erosion Prevented Is Playing Lone Wolf] Role I MISCELLANEOUS ray .

t! By Sound Practice DRESS FABRICS .


Growing Crops Help News By Aiulyst and Commentator. An patterns you in want.Cottons Beautiful and Rayon quart SOki.Jo.Cnb.>-..

m j In Saving the Soil (This is the third of* tenet on the men most talked stout *t tndidtet for Also fast. Choice Buy direct Quilt from Pieces.us and COlored save money.CuP i _
Strip. Warp, etc.
tit Republican presidential nomination).
Send Today for
By W. J. DRYDEN Prices.
... WASHINGTON.-When the bakers were 0 & M SPECIALTIES
The late spring floods and beavy down in Washington B...JII: S3* Tr.,. r
I rains made many farmers real sweating out a grain conservation program fpr their in- ; -

t ize that losses from water erosion dustry, my friend from Minnesota,Harry W-Zinsniaster,whois

J! can be serious. Michigan State college what the personal column calls a "frequent visitor" in the ic( FEET ITCH?- =
f. .
little luncheon for this
capital, gave a colleagues and some -
-- radio
; press men. a B U -
: '
We had finished eating ana were gathered around I
-- to listen to the bakers RN'3.
.. troubles when suddenly the door opened and 220 pounds of blond smiling .
}.. .. NOT FOR SISSIES There plenty of action during the
k !.I" d political potentiality burst upon us. was raw girls' For Quick Belief of the itehiag -::
t aa&burning -,
R ., _' 'e;, field hockey game between Bryn Mawr and Drexel Institute of Technology. -
Our host shouted a happy "Hello of Athletes p ::
Like when Doris Tarqinnio (left) of Drexel slugged a hard one in aa attempt tGig -
Harold! then turned and an- come'president., he might build -
upa to score a goal and the Mawr goalie stopped it. .
\' pounced: "Gentlemen, the next strong personal following and thus ATHELO

f i: President of the United States" i get a stranglehold on the Republican -
I daresay most Minnesota Republicans i party. Send $1X0 to Wldaoon.. _

specialists list four rules to reduce will say "aye" to that. What Conventional candidates don't NEWS REVIEW Chemical Division Kittanaia+ ra. '-

water erosion on farm land. the rest of the country says is commit themselves too heavily. His "' ::

1. Never leave the ground bare awaited with interest by 'the candi- supporters claim that Stassen is a I'.

longer than necessary. Vegetation date.I middle-of-the-roader a little to the Congress Will Convene
left. But it is not too much his liber- POULTRY, CHICKS EQUIP, .
f is
important over the winter. suppose I have had 50 peopleask

2. As the slope of the land InCreases me about Harold Stassen. "Why Stimulate SELF YOUR DENS be 3S3nsSR ;'-'ft
use more crops of grass nasn't Stassen a chance they f No Russia: Chile BrazilTRUMAN Poultry by aueeeasfuJ fes thdrfftd. Used: '::'

and small grains and'fewer cultivated Query. The beat poultry tonic money eYerrrher.sin hues. '.$?

crops. Most observers seem to agree T
3.Jf medium sloping land is cultivated that if he has a chance it's a pretty ; CALLSCongress DENIAL .
., practice strip cropping slim one to date. :: I I : You Can Be a Partner '

cross slope seeding and tilling and ,r, k The reason is always to Meet No Force
Buy U. S. Savings Bonds
use sod waterways and terraces. f: tars Y the same:
F. said James
4. Keep the soil high state Byrnes.,. F.
Jn as a ,A The professional Congress.summoned by Byrnes somewhat
angrily was and
of fertility as possible. Add lime kaa r politicians don'twant President Truman, will con- is a patient man. Moreover; he did

where necessary use commercial NY' him. vene in special session at noon, not advocate in his recently published j
fertilizers and add humus through Not because November 17, to deal with: memoirs "Frankly SpeakIng -"r.. .';-:
natural manures green manures or o
residues. D y: he's a political ." that force should be used If (WflCnfhfKE
crop 1. "The alarming and continu-
3HAROLD necessary to drive the Russians out WHENMany ._
could hardly be In: high prices at borne and. of Germany.
Yi 2. The pressing need for rap modem mothers now use BUS
called that. Sure The former U. S. secretary of clean white chest rub. Relieves musca-
Soil id-fire abroad.
I BuildingThe I he took the Job of emergency state made that rebuttal after wide- tar soreness, tightness of colds. Try it! _

county chairmanat President Truman's summoningof ly printed reviews of his boom had s I. ,
difference between soil buildIng the age of 21. congress a month and a half be- stated that he was urging the build- s'' ,

H and soil mining is shown in the : < He was elected STASSENDoes fore it normally would have reconvened ing of more and bigger atomic

t chart below. Soil building means nesota governor of three MinBankhage be bay a chance? marked a definite climaxin bombs and the use of force against \

increasing the soil's organic matter U. S. domestic events for 1947. the recalcitrant Red army. '

and plant food supply and maintaining been times could have ality to which the politicians object Although doubt existed for a longtime : He reiterated his belief that the
senator from that had
high crop yields. It means feed- he wanted the job. state I doubt if any practical politician as to whether a special ses- U. S.. Great Britain and France When

ing the soil and letting the soil feed expects us to turn back the clock sion would be called to meet the should proceed with a general German _

the crops rather than trying to feed In his case it's not so much thathe's But in his highly unorthodox cam- two problems which have been peace conference regardless .

each individual crop. a newcomer as it is the way became paigning. Stassen has violated two screaming with urgency all year it of the Soviet Union's attitude. If

The comparative' results shows up. That way is characteristicof rules. was the only really logical step to the Russians refused to sign the children

here were obtained at the Ewing his whole campaign and two treaty then the other nations P'r

soil experiment field in Illinois. One words describe it: "Lone wolf." early One In by the announcing himself take.Mr.. Truman took it decisively. He should appeal to the security council
plot has had no soil treatment since The situation*favored SUssen campaign. conferred with his cabinet and he .of the U. N. to order the Rus-
Today he Is the only official can '
s the field was established in 1810. The when he forced his way Into the didate for the presidential nomi conferred with key congressional sians out because Byrnes said. "we are

( other plot has had,large amounts of gubernatorial race In 1938. Minnesota nation. leaders of both parties. He did not will then be facing a situation likelyto puny

was In a bad way. There Two. he has made,and he repeats ask their advice on a special ses- endanger the peace."

J. was vandalism and corruption, sharp criticism of the Republican sion; he informed them- simply that SCOTT'S EMULSION HELPS
6011 TR LTEO Nrtm and the Farmer-Labor he was calling o-". .
I It' .
E MANURLLadS b program.As '. is I He Ale Nails and Stuff, I
O5DNATE which had held a stiff grip on Roscoe Drummond urgently necessary. he 'EM GROW STRONG
the state was disintegrating said "for the congress to take leg-
through Its own weakness and Christian Science Monitor puts it, islative action designed to put an end When surgeons operated; on Wtakty CklKrtl wk. -.oreAralAAD
"If they pick him to ride the Vitamin begim to grow and develop rrb.a
graft Stassen entered the race to the continued rise in prices James S. Payne inmate of Kansas yon give them good-tutinc Scutt"1ry Earabfe
against the wishes of the Re-' phant they'll have to get a new and to meet the crisis in Western state prison, to remove a nail from day. It help promote strong bean,
elephant." Certainly. Stassen has wand teeth. a A *frv tody-helps '_ < his discovered that the
aAyy / publican Old Guard but he Europe!I. throat they off eod.1 Scott's if a RIGKfl
t $ cLOVEa eventually forced them to help hinted this was necessary when be Concerning prices the President man was virtually a perambulating ENERGY FOOD TONIC *
craw ors Wauu.re l; j said the Republican program must "mid mine- Gt otwl AD
La .r e. a ants. him to some degree. It was would not ask for consumer controls Junk. shop. Vitamin ted enerry-broMiB
n au..u.oI M rr+:3 largely his own efforts however be more constructive, more dy but for authority for allocation Three and a half pounds of metal natural of!: TASTES GOOD-

I that elected him. namic. He doesn't consult with any.. of certain materials. European including two complete safety THEY LOVE IT! Eeoaomieair
body else when he t Buy today at your drug stoutMORE
announces how to relief scheduled to be given pri- razors, without blades was, the,loot
In other words "he butted into make It so. That's part of the lone- \ than tonicit's
I oaaaNrc MATTE. ar sat toNs ority over the price muddle In con- the doctors recovered from Payne's {lust a -
PEa ACR[ the governorship according to old wolf complex. '
soar aN. gressional action was highlighted case-hardened stomach. The convict powerful nooriifenenflSCOTTS
guard critics. Others say he did it He comes up from the soil with a by the growing desperation In serving an arson term gave ,
merely. a step to the presidency dirt-farmer father. He worked his
France and Italy. no reason for his metallic diet.
Ip 1 t and that it was part of his over- way through college. He has a good EMULSION
lime phosphate and potash to get
1 heavy stands of deep-rooted leg.. weening ambition-the same thing military record us deputy chief of

1 umes. Corn stalks have been re- they say about Governor Dewey of staff to Admiral Halsey. He is THE BREAKS _
: New York. But the old guard fears younger than Dewey (Stassen Is 39). t
turned to this plot. The rotation
on Stassen's type of ambition more and taller than Taft-a Good
both and plots wheat.has been corn. oats, clover than Dewey's. They fear it because haired slow-spoken and deliberate sandy. Chile, Brazil Kiss Russia By 1

they feel that should Stassen be- six-footer. almost simultaneously, two South American ,na
Crop yields covering a four-year Acting fit KtfW ttits ui russ if
rotation tell the story. Corn production tions-Brazil and Chile-curtly announced severance of dip- RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

t on the fertilized plot was lomatic relations with Russia because, as they both implied,

I four times greater than on the untreated they couldn't stand it any longer.

1 field; oats nearly four times Vandenberg Won't Fight ._ . __..._ A'f '
Brazil, wmcn peat: \DUe w c: MCNEIL'S
and wheat about eight times great
few hours in breaking
I er. Clover yield on the fertilized Early this year according to vert lie was once frankly an relations gun by a had the less valid reason MA-GIG
plot was 1.9 tons per acre; the untreated credible \
authority a secret poll was Isolationist. \
if Today he has converted for its action on the surface at fc HEWEDVBRINCS
plot is too acid to
growlegumes. taken
by Republican senators as to believe
many others and I -
for the move
least. reason
their informal off-the-record fiiSSSCO AC Li
preference lhat no single man has '
Despite the greater amounts of was given as the "extremely out-
e for .
a presidential candidate.Sen. done than he
more to break Large aotttt3rrrt'Le-S.aalsit! e hot
nitrogen and organic matter used in and even calumnious" arti-
Arthur Hendrick Vandenbergof down the provincial attitude rageous .exam lit tot it uumi
producing the higher yields the fer- cles in the Russian press attack-
t Michigan won it. especially in the Mlddlewest. tale u" nn mm n waummt flirt
tilized plot still contains 4ft tons In which ing Pres. Enrico Gaspar Dutra and 5.tflt ails Ct...... UCISIIIQU e.ft.U"
the same month the senator before World War II prevented
more organic matter and 460 pounds the Brazilian army. c l:9
made a statement in a national America from taking
more nitrogen than the untreated I had
Russia' Literary
magazine In which leadership la world affairs-I
field. be said he thought leadership which might have called Dutra an incompetent sol- trates and other strategic materialsand

it was easier to run postponed U not entirely prevented dier and a Fascist. It was the same hamper defense of the western Beware Coughs

Farm Hints That Pay for president than the war. magazine that had compared Presi- hemisphere and the United .States.

In Better ProductsThe not to run. He explained I do not believe that he is actually dent Truman with Hitler to but which took He also had announced his inten- frag ooBBon colds
bow difficult eliminated from the nomination but the U. S. strongly tion to "end once and for all" what

Cornell results are in line it was to deny we can be certain he will not fight no further action. he called Communist dictatorship That Hang On
with earlier
tests of vitamins for that one is a candidate for the Job. He bad the high vote at Chile however had a more deep- over Chile's mine workers.
calf scours in Michigan and Ohio. Communist 'infil- Cr'eo=rldon relieves promptly: be-
once the story the Republican convention of 1940 seated grievance. And in' a burst of thoroughness.
Even though the use of vitamins cause It goes right to the seat of the
the nation's southern
got started. He when the Willkie blitz struck. tration in Chile also ended diplomatic relationships trouble to help loosen and expel
encouragement there is prom. mentioned the coal zone leading to recent labor with Czechoslovakia.If .
ise in ques Vandenbergs support of bipartisan germ laden phlegm, and aid oatnra:
another direction-the sulfa tion of the "draff policy doesn't mean that be difficulties there undoubtedly no other end accomplished, to soothe and heal raw tender inflamed

found drugs. Sulfaguanidine has been and expressed an gives a blank check to the adminis spurred the decision to sever rela- the action by Brazil and Chile at bronchial mucous membraneiTellyoardragslsttoeeayoa-

the faster helpful. Sulfathiazole. one ol opinion similar to tration. He favors the Marshall plan tions. least may answer the question of a bottle of Creomnision with the on-
acting sulfas. which
been used has that of Roy RoBerts Vandenberg and aid to Greece and Turkey but Chilean Pres. Gabriel Gonzalez whether Communist penetration intoa derstaadtng you must like the way it
against dysentery in hu- of the Kansas City Star In connec- he refused to recognize that aid as Videla previously had accused-the nation actually can be halted by cmlckly allays the coogh or you are

mans, also has been used successfully tion with Gen. Dwight Eisenhower the "Truman Doctrine insisting it Communists Mmlngtoc cripple: breaking diplomatic relations with to have your money back.
; in calf
scours treatment In namely, that there had never been was not a doctrine at alL Chile's production of copper, nI- Russia. CREOMULSION
tests a combination of

I! o t'1; with kaolin and pectin was motet a oerg real saga"draft"that in ol_his course day. Vanden-no man -- '-r- ,. .- for Ccu s.Clies-t Colds Bronchitis
effective than
either sulfathlazole or would refuse the nomination -
U it
sulfaguanidine alone.Don't FARM DISASTER LOOMS .
were handed him WNU 14Help
to as an accom
plished fact.
f use binder twine for tying
fleeces. Use paper twine instead. lie concluded his remarks -

} When binder twine is used pieces with this statement: "I am nota Rain Is Needed To Save Wheat Watch Your

of the fiber break off and get into candidate. I do not expect or Kidngy. !
- - - .-- - - : $
-" the wool. These fail to take color wish to be a candidate. I shall ,

when dyed. Who loses? The sheep seek no convention delegates or Serious cuts in meat production lions of animals.usually fattened on dust in which the grain now is being Them C3eans the Bloodof

i :. man. approve of others la this behalf. and wheat selling for $5 a bushel I wheat during the fall either will planted is little protection from the Harmful Body Waste

I think my place of service is may be In prospect U rains do not move to market at lighter weights freezing and thawing weather which- Year Ware eoastutly GUriac

; Scientists Develop filling- oat my tenure In the senate relieve the serious drouth plaguingthe or without the fattening benefits- of wCl- heave the young-seedlings from jMt Uda7 Bitter from th teg.Mood in UM"".'....k-lie..8d

: ." country's vast wheat fields from the wheat fields. the ground. not act u stare Uwtuiad.-4 fl t*.-
New Slow Fertilizer Few men's Texas to the Canadian border a The Texas Panhandle whose Moreover grain dealers and cat- poiHa-*impwitua that U niaaMd. W
stature has Increasedas tile S7SteJa aa4 spine tka stases
\: ... A new. slow-acting nitrogen fertilizer Vandenbergs'has as a result of survey discloses. thousands of acres normally provide tlemen have predicted that wheat body aiaeUB T.
,: A normal both' grain and cattle pasture has would soar to $S a bushel a w'la
> t which feeds crops over a long his participation in international af dry summer and below unless the -p = Myie, d ureaa ,
_, '". growing period has been developed fairs. I think it is fair to that rains this autumn have delayed I little topsoil moisture and only a drouth is relieved,Immediately. The gates IIp a cbta.Wac.. puffin

.' by USDA soil scientists. The new Vandenberg not only made say non- wheat seeding kept planted wheat i scant supply of. subsoil moisture. price of wheat now is above $i3, anda ti and. *ye IMS-of tottingttxwtjr pp &a It el aSt r

:'J! product series of combinations oi partisan foreign policy possible but from germinating properly and i Texas cattlemen-estimated'that the serious shortage next year plus Other B.a*of kidney er bla4der dr

'4 urea and formaldehyde is caned that his efforts in carrying out the forced farmers to "dust in" their I state would have only 20 to & per the heavy demand, win send it even order too fnqant art sometime aaha.'hi..beaid banicx.. saab of

"unaform.** Since both principal non-partisan principle made grain in a manner reminiscent of cent of the normal pasturage this higher they said. M a.doubt that pt.ept!

> ->1' : components are in short supply fied foreign policy itself possible.a uni- the dust bowl days of the 1830s. crop I winter. This year livestock men say n.sa'treatment. Pille.to Doss'wi.er.than kava -b.ea sfict.w155 U.Si L
t '"_ experts report. I Crop experts in Oklahoma. Kansas there will be practically .
; 1 :_ commercial production will be small no pastur DeW fruftds foe star than Zesty yean.
} .. ;>! -- > for a short time. Early reports from A part of V&n eAberz'* influence In addition to the damage to theplantings and Nebraska have reported a Tag and many farmers are reportedto Arne k-smd.d r :atati.rriM--
'i 'ii_ in the field of foreign affair ci serious of winter kin be liquidating =:
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',,-t>' < satisfactory: ." ,- is due to the fact that he have not been able to:useJ their i this year The wheat needs a moist than attempt to carry them without

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he told the house un-American 55 who answers "Who ta this?' It you and are ask
the one calling, give your name
t: activities committee that Hollywood tw. or the person you want
< is a hotbed of "un-Ameri Be considerate when calling friends who
nay be in bed or at meals and when they
can, anti-capitalistic anti-free enterprise Ball you about your health or to offer con-
';1": / activities." Menjoa said ratulations be sure to thank them. Payr
toll calls when visiting and for local
: he was in favor of shipping the alls: when service is limited.
: Communists (n America back to Romance via the telephone business
Russia. sad personal calls are just a few of the
tents In our booklet No. 45-a guide foriroper
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MAMMOTH FLAG DRAPES BRIDGE Largest American flag ;

ever to be flown freely according to Port of New York authority is

this 60 by 90 foot Old Glory hanging from the New Jersey tower of the v
I George Washington bridge spanning the Hudson river. It took 19 men YpureSluggishiUpseto

using four winches to lift the flag's 500 pounds and two and one-half Fruit Desserts for Meal ContrastsSee

tons of gay ropes.f ( recipes below.) o

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i. Fruit Desserts Lynn Chambers Menu

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Food studies show that peopledo ; o

not get as many fruits in win- Broiled Hamburgers 00
Wi t. ti f.+n i ter as in 'summers and frequentlythis Baked Potato with Cheese

p is thought to be a result of their Topping

lack of availability; but a good per- Buttered Broccoli Carrot Curls o 0
utT centage of fruits available in their Toasted Buns Chill Sauce 00 0

fresh form are canned and thus Baked Grapefruit with
WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you feel
made available for use. Peppermint ToppingBeverage punk as the dickens,brings oa stomach
OXFORD ACCENT Monocled Then, too, there are a number of upset, soar taste gassy discomfort,
J' t t Sw yy'YY Sheila Howarth, Hollywood correspondent fruits more available in the cooler take Dr. CaldweU's famous medicine.to
& for British quickly pull the trigger on lazy "in
: newspapers months than during nards" and help you fee begot and
sued a taxi driver for assault and Manhattan
summer Apricot Mousse. chipper again.
battery. She said he kidnappedand apples are in (Serves 8) DR.CALDWEU'S is the wonderful senna
beat her because he didn't their prime, and .. laxative contained in good old Srruy
_r v like her Oxford accent. 2H cups apricots sieved Pepsin to make it so easy to take.
; I t@Sf' so are pears. a
MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparations -
6 tablespoons lemon Juice
Look to the cit
------ P in prescriptions to make the medicine
;b'i.. h rus fruits also, if Ji cup sugar more palatable and agreeable to
you want particu- 3 teaspoons gelatin take. So be sore your laxative is contained -

larly luscious 2 tablespoons cold water in' Syrup Pepsin.
INSIST ON DR. CALDWELTS-the favorite -
fruits that are $ IJi cups whipping cream of millions for SO years,and feel
scariammer. Ji cup confectioners sugarl that wholesome relief from constipa '
Make good use of the dried 44 teaspoons vanilla tion. Even finicky children Ion it.
fruits like prunes and apricots for CAUTION Use only as directed.

they have excellent vitamin and Add lemon Juice and sugar to apricots -
mineral values. and stir until dissolved. Soak
NOW THIS IS GOING TOO FAR .. All right so the revolution is upon This is the season to make full 1% teaspoons of gelatin in 1% table- DR. (WELL'SSENNA :

as; the long skirt Is here to stay and no one can do anything about It. use of the canned fruits you stored spoons water. Dissolve over hot

' But when fashion designers carry their Insidious plot to the extent of during the warmer months. Serve water and add to apricot mixture. lAXATIVE

enmeshing Innocent' children In their tpils-that's Just too much. The them chilled with simple cookies Pour into two refrigerator trays and
dread secret came out at the American Toy institute show In New for an easy dessert or make them place in refrigerator. Whip cream CONTNNeo w SYRUP PEPSHEMBARRASSED

.York..Even.dolls are.wearing ..sp-walsted, long-skirted ,outfits now.TIE'S into one of the many delectable pud- until it holds its shape then add sugar -

dings such as the following: and vanilla. Soak remaining gel
.r :)w atin in water dissolve over hot
Dish Plum Dessert.
Deep water. Cool and add to cream. ?
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:: Y2 e (Serves 6) Spread whipped cream mixture over

fr o s 3%cups teaspoon'canned cinnamon plums apricot mixture and freeze. Driven nearly frantic by itching and

burning of simple piles that keep
ii PuddID .
",," teaspoon nutmeg : you fidgeting in discomfort
f'a HAS HIS CAKE Italy's PresI- 2 tablespoons butter (Serves 6 to 8) Countless sufferers are finding untold .

dent Enrico DeNicola was caught Pit and chop the plums. Pour withy 1 cup whipping cream relief from such distress by
bathing tender with the
In this excellent he .. of their into greased parts pure
close-up as consumed cup Juice, a 1 cup milk gently-cleansing lather of EesinotSoap
a piece of cake at a wedding shallow baking dish. Sprinkle with 1 cap sugar -then applying soothing skil.
party. Like most Italians, he the spices and dot with butter. Cover 3 tablespoons cornstarch fully medicated Resinol Ointment.
enjoyed the cake all the more because with crust made as follows: Why don't you try this time-tested

L; of the little bread be 1J4 caps sifted floor $4 Ji cup cup milk batter cold easy way to lon:-Iasttng comfort

'" gets. j 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
., I salt RE5INallCOLDS
Ji teaspoon
:, J.L2 slices soft bread
6 tablespoons shortening
IJi cups prunes, cooked pitted
t 34cupmilk and
2 tablespoons sugar
Ji cap shredded coconut, toasted
Sift dry ingredients; cut Lor short
ening. Add milk to make a soft Combine cream milk and & cup I

'tihI ,,>. dough. Boll dough to V4 inch thick of sugar in saucepan and bring to -LIQUID MEDICINE! IS BETTER)
I Gel pGt-MCMrf nfof et Cll Miseries **fc U4IW
< ''' '' ness and make a few short slashesin a boiL Moisten
'' '' Wg..t Mflii*fjqwtf CoM Pi* orariM to Ito U.SL.I
it. Place over the fruit in the baking cornstarch with .
\ dish. Sprinkle with 2 tablespoonsof cold milk and stir 666' COLD PRIPAKATIOMI/
y\t sugar Bake for 45 minutes in a into hot mixture. c-\Joe eootr_...ara -
diil'.t"k:' preheated oven (400T.) Serve Cook until thick-

_' .t"k If"I ::4'N warm. ened. Add butter ... that makes folks
Princess Custard. and vanilla. Cool NEWS
:! .r (Serves 6) until lukewarm. sleep all' night

: ., Remove crusts TLo,aasda now deep 1IDdi8tvbed t-a_ c4
: ; > large bananas diced tfc.MwaUtttthaw beinctmkBwd sight 1Il&-'
", .', ,, ,., :'r,1 rind from bread, cube ich, . ; '., IJi teaspoons orange and under *****lfXl'.hope 901 Tatv a eoBditkn Foley
': ,1 grated PUk wully allaY wiUiia 24 boon. Sine brad- "
broiler. Combine der untahoe ia a psml.mt and foiey K1U q
: 8 tablespoons orange Juice potent, rg* Pill.waette eat see wfthi.24
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with bread cubes and
;; ; 3 tablespoons sugar prunes remaining \o n or DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK;
,"....'."" 2 tablespoons cornstarch sugar. Arrange half in bot- k.2 -ho r to*.G.t Fotar PUU{ram dm*.
I ? \( ,. Ji teaspoon salt tom ot a large pudding dish. Spreadone t 'EYFall13Auti.fsuoa w DOt1BLB YOU&HOTfA

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"'- '" FORMIDABLE The shape of egg yolks, slightly beaten prunes. Add remaining prune mixture -
things to come-as soon as he can top with custard and toasted
BOY As though Great Britain didn't have 2 egg whites :
A BIG NOW fill the football togs of his 10yearold coconut. Chill 8 to 10 hours. '
enough troubles. It has to seout'around for.clothes and shoes'for this 2 tablespoons sugar
glgantio youth. He's Ernest'Evans, 23, stands 7 feet 7 Inches In his, brother-Is typified by anxious Ji cup sweet crumbs (cake, CarameUed Apples. '
feet shoes-are hard to get) and weighs 357 pounds. footballer Jimmy Welters cookie, graham cracker or FL4SNEs4J
stocking (naturally
4, of Brooklyn. Bight now hejust vanilla wafer crumbs) (Serves 8)
Shown here with bas'mother.,this sizeable lad gets 100 extra clothing makes a cute 'WomeQ tD your "W.-I Does this
coupons each year and mill can't find a thing to' bur that fits him. Combine bananas orange rind 8 apples iar 1'uuct1cma1 to "m1dc11e-age" perJoc1 pecul-
.. women Quae I'Oa &0 surer boO
16 marshmallows
and juice. In a double boiler combine rushes, nervous, highatrnng, weak,
sugar cornstarch 1 cup butter Atnkbam'
: s Vf' .ble Comps m
c and salt. 1 cup brown sugar nun. such .rmptomL u.4f1&OtU

i. -",,_ Add milk gradually Ji cup nut meats, for Taken JlWpQseI ftgU1&rlr-PlDkbam': Con*.
tg and cook untie almonds preferred pound helps bun4 up res2stance
it thickens. against such duD2LThouaaads ban I

Lk s L Slowly stir into Arrange layers of apples cut in Z reported stomachta beDe11tl toIIJc.Also Worth a very tI71DalLYll4l.IIKIIAJfSm.Va1 efecitvs

t egg yolks. Cook eighths with marshmallows cut in-

until thick. to thirds, butter cut into pieces

2 to 3 minutes brown sugar and nuts in a buttered .,
Remove from fire baking dish. Bake in a moderateeven

and fold in fruit mixture. ChiTl. 350F.) basting occasionally

Gradually add sugar to stiffly beaten CooL Serve with whipped cream. HIGH-SCHOOL GRADUATES!

I egg whites fold into custard. This may also be served as a side

Place in sherbet glasses and sprin- dish with pork turkey: or chicken.

kle with crumbs. Beleaaed by WKU Features NURSING 'S

AT"W LYNN SAYS: Did you know that baked grapefruit IS A PROUDPROIESSIOM

Save Food DollarsBy makes a lovely refreshing des- _

% Using Everything Edible sert, especially after a heart casserole !
\ & or roast? Bake them Just as .
s .:y Celery tops may be dried in the
you would potatoes, for one hour:
\ oven, then crushed to a powder and -amaay eppottmvitiea for craJute la
then halve and top with any of the
I kept in a Jar. They; add a pungent following; 6m.iHMpitab, smfcti hcabfc.etc.

ff I flavor to soups, stews casseroles, oleadt to R.K.a .
f 1. Sprinkle each,half-with a heaping I
1 dressings and wen-prepaed s..4 he .
sane mm
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like cats andy To wlib..t Sol!.c b b ec.e.yes -
MTJST BE THE HOUSING SHORTAGE Getttar along ef sparkle emanates from the whites add a tablespoon of water butter; or, top with teaspoonful
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i'7.;.,: dog has entirety different meaning In the dachshund Frede.t mouth of "Diamond" Ted Lewis before beating. Do not add more of Jelly. ad ee8ep tpr- !.

: Natley. N. J.,'and ample proof Is displayed here al shares hi, bed and ef Gallup N. &L, when he lets water than that. Slightly longer 2. Sprinkle each half lightly with .-ask for..... ImfWmstle

,' rick Gotha Van Boris (call me Fritz) nselfHhly birth Ie go with a hearty guffaw like this. beating is required when water is salt and K teaspoonful'of. Worces,. .t tJU hospital J.eN yes "'.
reectly *" .
bard with::Leila the famBy! pet feat.,tefl pve He has $10,099 worth of diamonds added. tenhlnf'sauee.- w Ulxk.to art:ssesiasa '
the U.N. .
four kittens'shown here doing what comes natoraHy.' Maybe- In his teeth. J'r --: -f' 2' -K ; <;v.v 7--.'"*,>'

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f'' Mixon &- Ellis Garage l Remember to Get Your FlowersFrom HE SHALL. -HAVE MUSIC Duggan Says To:

t Oainmllla, Tb Uaivaraltrof
Florida Glta Club U hlttla Use Caution NowIn
CHANEY'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS busy ftcbedul with thirty-win
h Building Supplies--Gen. Repairs Choice Roses, Carnations, Orchids, Gardenias, rehearsals held during October! Farm Credit

x BATTERIES. TIRES AND TUBES Corsages, In anybody's language that's
. Flowers for Weddings and all Occasions, some singing. The sixty members -
UPHOLSTERY. AND HOME LAUNDRY averaged! a rehearsal and a half a Now Is the time for caution in

Phone 132 Night Phone 5-R-4 House of Flowers reek and according to Diirector the use of farm credit.I. .
Day Chaney's
: John W. DeBruyn is headed for anew .
Duggan, governor of the
Box 153, Okeechobee, Fla. 207 North 2nd St. Phone 1031 Ft. Pierce, Fla. high in interest and morale. Farm Credit Administration, the

II.t big government agency which
makes loans to farmers, made that
Galnesvile,- He's not going Into -
statement recently to Florida's
business, but Dr. T. M. Simpson -
county and home demonstration
) a Joseph W. Yates HONEY University of Florida mathematics -
'agents at their annual conferenceat
expert, thinks he could do
the University of Florida In
pretty well with those problems
YATES FUNERAL HOME 1947 crop of Honey is now available in any' Junior can't solve. Gainesville same sentiment He was that expressing has come the "

quantity you may desire. Dan of the Graduate School from the voices of other agricultural
Fort Pierce Fla. Dr. Simpson says he gets mathematics and government leaders.

H Phone 789. Phone 789 A. J. (Bee Man) Boettger throughout problems the country fro III who people ask good The condition fact that now agriculture should is not in I

ask him to give them the answers.
cause farmers to lose sight of the i
Prompt Ambulance Service Lately there've been real
I fact that a different situation can t
:ers-but so far he says he's
develop In the future. Governor t
__ able to get all the answers.
.. Duggan said the future of agriculture I
J is uncertain. "We don't know I
\ BRING YOUR THE ONLY PICKUP AND DELIVERY ON. Books are BOOKS the true levellers. exactly what will happen regarding -

x They give to all who will faithfully weather exports, prices and i
use them, the society, the overnment supports," he said. All
Printing Needs Dry Gleaning Laundry iplriltual presence, of the best and of these things have a tremendous (
: bearing on the agricultural altua-
greatest of our race.
tion. r

-W. E. Channing Among the !signs of a possible ;
I TOOkeechobee ___ There is a choice in books as in :dangerous situation, he cited the
GLADES CLEANERS friends, and the mind sinks or fact that the farm mortgage debt

News rises to the level of its habitual has begun to ncrease for the first
society. time in 20 years and shorttermdebts
Phone 156
Pickup and Delivery
c \ -Lowell. are also increasing. He said
that land prices in Florida now
... ,, - M '- Few are sufficiently sensible of are more than double what they

the importance of that economy in were a few years ago. They are
r J. L. BARBER ,. reading which selects, almost ex- even slightly higher than they
j-At,' Electric Service & Repair Co. clusively, the very first order of were during the boom period In
books. 1926.
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I !' Abstractor. 'Electrical Contracting and Motor Repairing -john Foster. Many farmers still have very
painful; recollection of the bust
It j jff Phone 155C. Books should to one of these four that followed that boom. Those
j ends conduce, who bought land at high prices
I L. Strickel, :Manager For Wisdom, piety, delight, or use. I and tried to pay for It with farm
-John Denham. products at low prices a few years
t Markham Bldg. Okeechobee Fla.
later had a hard struggle, and
!tF l Residence Telephone 117 The Biible is the learned man's many of them lost their invest _
J 1Jt masterpiece, the ignorant man's ments.
Jt '. i. 1ji dictionary, the wise man's directory "Agricultural credit can be a

useful tool JOT a dangerous weapon -
ji Iii, I SeeOKEECHOBEE STANEY RADIO ELECTRICOpen -Mary: Baker Eddy. ," Governor Duggan declared.A .

\ 1 A Florida school ,pubication, "A program of teacher recruitment -
MOTOR CO. 8:30,12:00,1:00, 5:00 Guide to Child Development is being launched by the
1\I Through the School Years," has State Department of Education to
( SALES SERVICE Wednesday close at noon. Saturdayopen been chosen by the U. S. Officeof induce school children to train for
till 8:00 P. M. Education for overseas distribu the teaching profession. e
li FORU.S.TIRES.Puroil tion. .
I Repairs and Service all makes Radios and More than 14,000 school teachers

Products, Ford Parts-Service Electrical Appliances, Radio Batteries, Flashlights State School Supt. Colin Eng- I attended pre-scoot conferences
P. O. Box Ish has reported an enrollment of prior to the opening of school this
Ii 476 Phone 44 J JIII and Batteries, Authorized Philco Service. a record 428,489 pupils for 194647. :year.

Symptoms off Distress Arising from


GUARANTEED FEED BookTeOsofHo..eTreatme.ttbat
: CLEANINGPRESSINGALTERATIONSJ Must Help or It Will Cost You NothingOver
I AND BIBLE REPAIRINGJ. Place your order now for Rose three million bottle of the\VILUBDTMATMKNT
J Bushes. First shipment will arrive baTe been cold for"elie ol
lymptonuof arising from fttemcii
95 Oct. 15th. Second shipment and Dtt.d.Nal Ulcer due to CXCM.AcU_
O. COWGER AT THE Peer Dig******.Sewr or UP Mt Stemaeh,
will arrive Nov. 15th.
I Gaulnm....wt...!..ftteenleMius..etc.,
Okeechobee Florida due U>gs.*..Add.Sold oa 15 da- tri.ll
BABY CHICKS Ask for".11....**MMMI which fully
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