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: December 10, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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 29 Number 25 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, December 10, 1943 Price Five Cents
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News Of Our Boys Army's "A" Flag For County Commissioners Transact J. Sandefer Died E. G. Kilpatrick

Vegetable Production I I I Here Friday Night, Was ,

In Various Camps Raised In Belle GladeBelle I Business In Regular Session I Buried Saturday P. M. New Bank Cashier ,

At Home & AbroadI I "A" Flag Glade for, agricultural Dec. 4-The achieve-Army's I'; Monday; County Officers to Pay I J. Sandefer died at his home I Is Given 'Praise

ment war raised here last week last Friday night after a long

S. Naval Air Station, Jackson over 90,000 acre of growing foodstuffs -- He had been (rn while The Board of County Commissioners that effective E. G. Kilpatrick former
pickers continued to January 1, cashier
villa, Fla, Dec. 3 Okee
-(Special to several years but had been con.
chobee News i harvest the first fields In Palm of Okeechobee County, Florida, I)I of $10,00 per month will be of the Bank of Pahokee, has been

Clarence E. Arnold)-Apprentice, of Okeechobee Seaman, I Beach county's 19 3.1911 $25,000,000 met In regular session Monday, December : ed, for each office, to to his bed 'fps the past two named cashier of the recently open.

Florida, was chosen "Boot.ofthe.Week" winter vegetable crop. 6, 1943, at 10:00: A. M. I expenses of lights, water ed Okeechobee County Bank and
The citation from the War Food Present were: Chairman C E tenance of the courthouse. Jackson Sundefer was will assume his new duties within
by his fellow recruits, com
pany commander and training station Administration, headed by !Marvin Drawdy, Commissioners R, E. Bass, lion Robert. La Martin, in Crawford County, Georgia, I the next few days, It has been announced .

Jones, was accepted by L. L. Stuc. Ernest Hilliard, B. C. Swain, W. F. lessor, presented the 26 by C. H, McNulty, preli.I .
officers 1860 and
upon his graduationfrom lived in that
I key of Pahokee, pioneer Everglades Walker; County Attorney T. W. Tax Rolls, and upon motion | dent of the bank and also president
boot training at the Jacksonville
most of his life. He moved
Naval farmer and candidate for Congress, Conely, Jr.; Sheriff L. L. Conrad missioner Hilliard, duly of the JtfcNulty group of banks,
Training Center De. I
cember 1. on while Governor Spessard Holland and Clerk Roy R. Raulerson. I Corn: :lssioner Bass, the his family to Okeechobee about operating in New Smyrna, Mel.

This selection is made upon the received the flag, only symbol of Its'1'I Upon motion by Commissioner were accepted and the years ago and had made this bourne, Klsslmmee and Sanford.

graduation of each company, after kind to be presented in Florida this Milliard, seconded by Commissioner I I warrant to the Tax home since He Is survived by Mr. Kilpatrick has had many

year. Buss, the minutes of the meetings tached to said tax rolls, was widow Mrs. years of banking experience, having
completion of Indoctrination examinations I(I Jessie Sandefer, and
Palm Beach county led the entire I held In November were read and recorded as follows: served as cashier of the Bank of
and the three-week general : sons, Irving of Macon, Ga., and
nation In county production of vegetables approved. I I I I THE STATE OF Pahokee from 1922 until 1936. He
conditioning Choice Is
based upon the program recruit's IQ rating according to the 1910 agricultural I Report of Marks and Brands for I I To Bessie Alderman, G. of Plant City, Fla. I I was connected with the First Na

In general aptitude tests, on popularity census, last complete figures ,,I District No. 4 was received and Tax Collector of the services were conducted I tional Bank of Marianna before

the man's fellow available. At that time, on a total ordered filed In the office of the County of Okeechobee the cemetery Saturday afternoon coming to Pahokee 21 years ago He
among recruits I !I
and his company connan* I area of 60,000 acres, one-sixth of Clerk of the Circuit Court. You are hereby the Rev. Cheshire ID charge. : has a statewide reputation for conservative

der'n and school officers' observa the nation's beans were being I Upon motion by Commissioner lect out of the real estate was in the Okeechobee ceme banking and to him and

tions. grown.Cunningham. Swain, seconded by Commissioner j I*I aonal property, and from his board of directors of the Bankof
The 17.year.old bluejacket II.the V-- Bass a donation of $50.00 was made persons and corporations V Pahokee goes complete credit for

ion of Mrs LollIe Smith, of Okee- Is to the Boy Scouts of America from I II the annexed roll, the Chamber of pulling that bank through the boom

chobee, Fla, He was attending the the General Revenue Fund down in each roll and depression while banks on every

eleventh grade class at the local The Financial Statement showing name, corporation or parcel hand were closing daily. As a result -

High School when he enlisted\November New Entry in Race balances of November 30, 1943, was I therein described, and in Commerce Held of Mr. Kilpatrlck's foreslghted-

E, 1943, In the Naval Reserve presented as follows: so Imposed are not paid at ness the local bank today Is the old-_

For Congressman General Fund . . .2388.67 prescribed by law, you are Meet In Miami eat bank in continuous operation In

Arnold was an active scholar at Fine and Forfeiture Fund 1,3G1.27 lect the same by levy and Palm Beach county.

I Road and Bridge Fund. 1,322.80 the goods and chattels,
Okeechobee; a member of the Future I The new bank in Okeechobee
Farmers Club at his school, Peter J. Cunningham, lawyer of I Agricultural Fund. . 18,08 I tenements so assessed, or of Beach, Dec. 6-Despite opened on Saturday, November 20.

and first-string half-back on the West Palm Beach ,has entered the Mother's Pens. Fund. 11.20 'I son or corporation 10 taxed; restrictions, the annual meet. Directors and officers are happy

Okeechobee High football team. He race for Congress from the new Outstanding Indebtedness sums collected for the of the Florida State Chamber of over the welcome it received in that .

is now waiting assignment to one j I Sixth Congressional District, subject Fund . . . . 864.72 you are to pay to the was one of the best at city. Today deposits are well over

of the many Florida Naval Air to the Democratic Primary This Publicity Fund . . .80 urer at such tine as may in the history of the organi the 300000.00 mark and growing!

Operational Training Stations wherehe District comprises eleven counties 1936 Tax. Adj. Fund . 8.75 quired by law, and at the dally With Mr. McNulty as presi

will continue his training for and has a total population of approximately Race Track Fund . 12,500.00 you are to pay to the I of the meeting was the dent and Mr. Kilpatrick as cashier

aval service. 200,000. The following Jail Repair Fund . 65.83 I tied Depository all sums of Hon. Joseph E. Davies, will be the following directors E.

.- -. e counties are included In the new Court II. Repair Fund. 18.75 for County taxes, district United States ambassador to M Meserve, J. M. Roe, Sr., J. 0,

James M. Daigneau arrived In I Sixth District 1940 Gen. Ref. Fund. 1,11159 taxes and other special ; and Belgium. Pearce and Allen Markham. N. Ray

Okeechobee last week and Is spend I Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, St. Withholding Tax Fund. 23,00 you are further required to Florida .. "my Carroll of Kissimmee is the vice- a

ing this week with his parents, Mr. Lucie, Indian River, Okeechobee Total . . . .'.. .U9.B85.4B// all collections on or state," Davies pointed to I, president iMr.

and Mrs. F. E, Daigneau, at their r Glades, Lee, lion dry, Charlotte, De Report of expenditures first Monday in April; fortunate position this state Kilpatrick since leaving the

home In Busslnger. He Is on sick Soto. I County Board for month of October, before the first Monday In as the crossroads of the Amer Bank of Pahokee ,In 1936 has been

leave after having been confined to He says If nominated and elected, 1943, was received and ordered filed will make a final report to He predicted a vast develop farming at Port Mayaca where he
the hospital at Fort Jackson, In the office of the Clerk of the tlement with the in air travel and transport af
army he will work for the reduction of and his family reside. He stated
$ C., for' thirty three days.1 freight/ rates and the right of the Circuit Court. County Commissioners the war which would bring Flor- this week that he will attend hl s.
e Florida sugar growers to grow all Report of Receipts; Expenses and GWen under" my* hand 'great advancement. farming and banking duties both*,*.. ","
Word has been received here that Net Income for six months period, this the 6th day of inspiring message during the
the sugar they can sell He stresses\ for the remainder of the season, or t;
Sergeant J. T. Hancock who Is with the point that the United States ending 6-30-43, was received from year A. D. 1943. day's session came from Ralph at least until he can work out permanent

the marines and stationed at Vero should be prepared for war at all I Bessie Alderman, Tax Collector and Robert LaMartln General Manager of the plans for the future
Beach recently suffered a severe ordered filed in office of the Clerkof Assessor of States Chamber of Com .
times. I 3)A. This newspaper and Mr. Ktlpat.tick's
heart attack and I+ now confined to the Circuit Court. Okeechobee who stressed the importance ,
This candidate believes that a generous thousands of friends in the
the marine hospital there. He has Upon motion duly carried, the Upon motion by individual initiative and free en.
old-age pension will be necessary Lake Okeechobee Region extend to
been ordered to stay In bed at the Clerk was instructed to notify the Swain, duly seconded by after the war,
after the War so to relieve un- I him and his associates in the new
hospital for six weeks at least. Inter County Tel. & Tel. Co. that sioner Bass, the following termed the phrase "Post
employment. He also advocates a I bank, very best wishes for the sue.
e effective January 1, 1944, the County tion was adopted: Planning" a shibboleth and
harbor and good roads development : cessful operation of Okeechobee'snew
Cecil Baas left Wednesday of this .
Commissioners of Okeechobee RESOLUTION that just about everyone who
for this community as a postwar I financial institution-Ever
week to return to the training
army II County would no longer be responsible WHEREAS, a petition had an idea or a plan of any
Ala. after program glades Newi.Orphans.
at Camp Bucket, ,
camp for payment of exchange and presented to this Board, has dragged it out, dusted it
pending a week here with his par Cunningham is a veteran of tolls on the telephone at the County mending that J. H. Tripp and offered it as a post war V
ents, Mr. and Mrs,, Elmer Bass. World War I, a life-long Democrat, He termed the
Jail. pointed as Inspector of post war May Have '
and has
I been engaged In the practice Upon motion duly carried, the Brands for District No. 1, a challenge to the best ,
Mrs. Albert Berka received a letter of law in West Palm Beach for
to the and action of the nation.
Clerk was instructed notify appearing necessary that an
this week from her son, Corporal the past twenty years.Blackout L. Holland Sad And Cheerless
occupants of all offices on the upstairs tor be appointed. Spessard ,
Albert Berka, Jr., in which he stated V
floor, except county offices, (Continued on Page I only other speaker on the ban-
that he had been promoted tcth NoticeThe tribute the
program, paid to Xmas This YearScores
rank of sergeant effective of the Florida State

lat. He is stationed at Camp Van first blast of the siren or I of Commerce and said

Dorn, Miss Sergeant Berku expects whistle meant-turn all lights out I out of this meeting would come of utterly homeless, orphan

to spend a short furlough here with -In a short time a long blast will:' effort that would do and less-chanced little Florida chile

hU parents some. a time 1 in January. be given. This does not mean "all j| Too Late to Class i to advance the welfare of the dren-under the care Hof the Chil

clear," but simply that cars may] .
Mrs Janie Mitchell this- week received dren's Home. Society of Florida,
proceed with their parking lights or Walter J. Matherly of the
a letter from her nephew Cpl If they are equipped with blackout By Russell KayA of Florida took the con "Florida's Greatest Charity" in the

Walter Carver, in which he says he will five Homes at
lights they may proceed. There theme, "Florida Will Be Society's Receiving

la In a hospital somewhere in Italy be no "all clear" blast given. The, ," for his talk. Jacksonville, South Jacksonville,
but says not to worry about him, Light Company will turn on they] recent press dispatch In the delinquency In excess of 5 ) discussions on the subject Miamiare
Lakeland and
Pensacola -
Corporal Carver says he has not Florida Times-Union re.dl.s fol-l eight were over 3I I thirty ,
street lights or it will be announced )' "Post War Planning" and "State
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had a bottle of beer since he left lows: than 1 per cent-and here's going to have a sad and cheerless
over the radio. To be on the safe Advertising" took most of the
England but that he will make up In 10 story-three counties, Christmas Day unless the good
side, watch for the street lights. "For the first time over allotted to the afternoon sea I
for lost time when he gets back This will be the all clear signal. years, there Is no real estate to advertise : | Union and Charlotte, C, G. Ware of Leeaburg lead- hearted readers of this paper and
NO DELINQUENCY AT other good friends all over Florida
This will avoid confusion in the future. or sell for taxes this yearIn the discussion on Planning, and
Earl Hansel returned to the Naval This I share their joys and blessings with
Gibsonville N. C. Collection of reflects
.-D. B. McCarthy, Commander I a healthy Saxton Lloyd of Daytona Beach
Air Base in Jacksonville Wednesdayafter V 1942 taxes on real estate was 100 and speaks well for State discussion on Advertising these homeless youngsters

spending eight days with his I per cent in the community, accordIng p ty officials charged with Leonard K. Thompson, May State Superintendent Marcus C.
Mr and Mrs Henry Hanselat Citizens Again Urged to "Daddy" Fagg Is appealing In all
parents I to Information presented to the. It Is a fact we should of Miami, served as presiding of
Bluefield. Earl will go In training Meet for Clean-Up of National Association of Assessing, to the world, for John D, Montgomery, publish earnestness to every man, woman'
for Aviation Machinist on his investors I and child for at least a small eon
Officers. I are attracted to of the Miami Beach Tropics-Sun,
Cemetery Wed. Dec. 15 I
return. states and communities tribution In money, and will also
I While we can understand the as toastmaster at the annual
gladly welcome donations of
delinquency Is lowest and
with which this
Justifiable pride .
Private Mathew LeRoy Bass (colored I The previous cleanups at the ,'required to meet their just I dren's clothing, shoes, etc, of all
North Carolina community makes ,
) writes his mother here than Okeechobee cemetery were very successful tion. Secretary Harold Colee kinds and sizes, as well as Christmas -
I' 1 I I
1 this announcement, we can't help
he Is still somewhere in the Pacific. and much work was done .' satisfaction at the at candies, nuts, goodies, jellies,
by a fairly large crowd. We wondering why certain Florida political One of the reasons for and general success of theI I I
and getting along fine. His brother I',, preserves, fruits, vegetables, meats,
subdlvllsons are hiding their lection In the past has
again calling the citizens of the ,
Ralph Bass is now stationed at the on turkeys, chickens Or anything that
I!: light under a bushel, for It the records many people objected to V
county to meet with us on Wednesday -
Great Lakes Naval Training ; children can eat, wear or enjoy.
'I of Col. Jim Lee's office are ac when they saw fellow
at Chicago where he is undergoing December 15, for another day Is freely predicted that Inflata Superintendent Fagg says, "We
training with the Naval Forces I of work there and we want to urge curate, It appears that we have In by with delinquency year rubber life boats and rafts will are facing a critical situation-we
I this state not a single community, and finally settle for a I
to out and help
come us af-
V I popular with sportsmen have a deficit of several thousand
but several counties with such a on the dollar.
Mrs J. Louie Carter and two chile I complete the job we have started. the war. Deflated, they are light dollars to meet, and must have Immediate .

dren of West Palm Beach, arrlv.d.(: Remember the date, Wednesday record. But the collection of easy to carry and in Florida will help In money, food and

In Okeechobee Tuesday and are December 15, and be there or send Collections on the state's 1942 tax the Increasing of State and : fishermen to reach thous. wearables, if our scores of homeless
spending this week here with her someone in your place. I|I roll have been phenomenal. With revenues means little from of lakes where boats are not children are to be remembered afc

parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jennings. H. H. RAULERSON, only one county missing, delinquency -: point bf the taxpayer If present available At the recent ( all on Christmas Day"

Mr. Carter will drive over I Mayor, City of Okeechobee on the roll, which was closed :' makes no effort to effect of American Society of Me- |I Gifts In money should be sent to

Sunday from West Palm Beach and I I C. E. DRAWDf, following the sale during the sum I and Insists on Engineers, John G, Kreyer R, V. Covington, Treasurer, ,403I '
return home with them Chrmn. Board Co. Comm mer, reached an all time-practically !"take" regardless of its the Firestone .Tire & Rubber Consolidated Building, Jacksonville,
-0- I V unheard of-low, the delinquency I Unfortunately, today both told how a seaworthy rub- I while donations other than cash wilt

Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Stello were I Mr. and Mrs Dewey J. Harris! and figures being only 1.12%. Of a real and state government seems raft capable of carrying several ,, be warmly welcomed at our receiving -

visitors spending yesterday In Fort |I two children of Miami spent Sundayand estate roll totalling $20,215,537, only ate on the basis that even could be placed under the arm': home, 2590 Riverside Avenue,

Pierce where Mr. Stello went on Monday In Okeechobee attend. $216,992 In certificates were sold to I collections are good and the a package no bigger than a rain- i j'Jacksonville, or In Miami, Pensa-

business ing to business and visiting friends. the counties. Only one county had a (Continued on Page cola and

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vember, $60.00. I I Certificates embrace the following described through thn above described tract being I Court' this let day of November 1043 nnil by virtue of a final decree of
property In the County of the right of way of the Conner's at Okeechnbpe, State and County store- fnrei Insure of mortgage rendered. De.
ODIU'l'dtobl'l': lfirtu5Published L. L. Conrad,. Sheriff's Cost Bills\ Ukcecholiep. state of Florida, to-wIt: Highway.ALSO. I II an ld. member :V, 1IH.I: by the lion A. O.
I lot 23, See 10 Twp 83 Rgf. 34. I (SEAL) ROT R. RAtLHRSON.Clerk !' i I Hun" one of the Judges of the Or'riilt -
November, 20001. Late 28. SO end WV4 of lot 27. See West half of Block 1. if FarmLands of the Circuit Conrt Court of the Ninth Judicial Clr.
BRIDGE FUND 1.1. Twp. 83. Itgo. 94 Consolidated, Land Company's Okecchobce County, FloridaBy I I cult of Florida In and for Oknorhohea
Every JTiday by the ROAD & Lot JO See i(4( Twp Hgo. 84. subdivision' In Section 31 Townahlp ; Hoplironle Pease, D. C. (',,""Iy, In a certain 1111.0 in chancery
Okeechobee News Co., ot Okeecho- Pay Roll Dist. 2, labor $169.80. Iot 10 and 11 Sec. ant, Twp 31 37 South Range 31F.o.t\ less Lot 1 CARLTON & Ellis 1 lioiidliilf between K. C. peeves, CoinIliliilnant -
KICK. 34. of. mi\Id Block. Fort 1'lerce Florida anti H. E, Fonlhnm. as 1)1-
bee, Okeechobee County Florida. John Drayton, bridge repair Dlst. The assessment of said property tinder livIKI at Dkcechnhee. Florida this Solicitors for Complainant [ rector and 'trustee of .rdhlll1l amiKlrkland ,
salil Certificate Ismied was In the 2nd day of November, A. D. 11)41: -- ---. I Iiic., a illsmilveil I Klorlihl
BRYANT BOWDEN .. _.._..... Editor Number 4, 600. name of Mrs I'. Ooolho, George Tur- L. I.. COMUAD NOTI( t: OP .tl>l'LI( .\TIONTIV yon corporation, et ale Defendants theiinilerHlgni'd
Pay Roll Dist 4, labor, $136.58. Icy Charles S. Halley and bourns 11. Sheriff Okcpi'holipe County, Fla. IIKFIILAWS who was therein and
Hell No\. "..12.10.21Dec.\; 3. of HHI thereby appointed Special Mauler In
Entered as second class matter Watford Service Station 30 yd), I'nk'smold Certificates shall be redeemed Notice la 'hereby given Hint 1D, I Chancery to execute aald di-vree, will
July 1, 1914 at the Poet Office In shell, $'1000.Okeethobee. I according to law, property d"- MITICK OF I>Tt: TlClS TO SELL ('ok" ., holder of Tux Certificate No. luring the legal hours of mile on
serlhed' therein Khali be sold til the I.AMJ IH 1..11.,1 the Olh tiny of AugUHt A. Monday. January :3, 11144 before the
Okeechobee Florida under the Hardware and Furniture i highest bidder at tbe Courtbnuie door i NOICK. IS HEIthHV: (JIVEN that i H. 1II4II hns filed mime In mv office ; front door of the, courthouse In OkeeahobiH -
Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. on the firm Monilnv In the month of I'nrmiiiiit to Section\ 11 (I H. Chapter hits inaile application for a Tax Deed *. ikeiKhobee County, Florida
Co., material Dist. 4, $4.00. January, 1014, which Is the 3rd day of .nil-is.. Laws of .Florida Acts of 1IM1. I to he Issued thereon Siild, Certificate sell to the highest and bent bidder for
Tractor and Grader Pay Roll, labor Jiinuiirv, 1IM4. I mid Section l,>7. Chapter 14717 Laws oflaws pitilirnres the following ilmcrllied propertv each the following described. property
'I Dated this 30th day of November, i of Klurl.lii. Acts of 1811: as In the County of Ukewhobee, ululated In OkiM'cholieo County lor-
RATE Diets 2, 3 and 4, 22110. 1WI. I aiui'iiili'il bv Heellon 11, Chapter Male of Florida, lo-wlt : lolll.lo.wll ,
One year in advance ............. $200 Seal!) ROY R. ItA r.EnRON. I II 'iHI-.x t. I.IIWH of Florida.' Acts of 11)41. I, Mof SHU; and N '; of SEVi of Lot six (III) of Block Twelve (12)
oil district
S. C, Paige, gas and Clerk Circuit Court of "E' II"e. rwiu ,14. Hge. 3.1. of Southwest Addition to Okeechobee,
described land In Okee-
the following
Six months In advance ............ 1.00 .
The nKKpHsinent alt said 1 tinder to plat of said Ad.I
Number 4, $15.68. Okeec huliea County Florida :liobee Countv, .Florida to-wlt! properly Florida according
Three months In advance ........ .73 All Blocks I to 11 Inc. Ids lots 0 I. still Cenlflintt' IIMIII'ol1'80 In the it hut recorded In the, office of the
Ruble Bass gas and oil District --- 10 mid 11, Bin. 11, GranAdA Terrace 11 line of I'liknown I Clerk f the Circuit Court of Okeecho.
ORDER OF I'llll.irATlOX N H of II' of 8WV4 of 8\V'4 ends nlesa mi Id ('en Ifirnte shall he redeemed I..'.. ('''"111)'. III Plat Book 2, page 71
Reading notices In local columns Nunber 2, $7.75. Tot, RFIIEVATTR and, vI<, of "KWi4" gf 8W14. Sec 14, Twp. I iii'iorillng. to law sole property raid) sale 'being pursuant to and In
Bonnie Jones truck repairs dists. t:. M.4 A rT8. h.r hiinliand ::17. !linage 33: .scribed therein Khali he ) to the "*,.' """ ""Iel decree' ,
10 cents a line. Rates for display I'rfenilnntsi S. 10 ft. of lute n and 11. all 6 sod highest lildder nt the (Courtboimeil ,'I 1). C, SMITH.:
advertising furnished on application 3 and 4, $80.15.F. It appenrlnir from the rinlhllffsKnorn 11' Block 9. onth nkecchoheewill I on the first :Moiiduv In Ihe'i I Speilul Master
Mill of Complaint on file In the be offereil for sale at public outerv month of Janiiarv. 11)44. whlih Is the 1 Stunner & Sit bluer.
Classified advertising 3 cents F. Burr, battery charge dist. office of the Clerk nf the Circuit Court for the IIghr1)tsoil best rash bid ;llrd ihiy of ..Iiiniiary 1914 sollrliora for' complainant
each word per Insertion. AH Items Number' 4, $1.00. I In anil for Okpechobeo County right of the Board of>3 3Cotn'ndeeion'rs I Haled this Bit h dny of November.
III J .:. Whlilden' Is Plaintiff :
regarding enterprises conducted for I Pay Roll Dint 8, labor, $111.00. I Kaffle W.II sad E. M. whe..1 District to reject of any Kverglndes and all Drainage bids nt 11)41Seal( ') HOY H. RAl'LEllRON I
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslnf oil liiinhanil., are Defendants, filed DIP Courtlioiisp. beginning nt 111 00 Clerk Circuit Court ofOkeechobee Advertise in The News.
Gilbert Culbreth, gas, repairs Fluridr.NOTICE .
sold Court on the 4th day of November I County,
rates. duck a. m en the, :2.1rd! day of DeiiMnhiT _
Dists. 2, 3. 4, $1451.Scharfschwerdt I 11)41 In Chancery Cue No. 872, and thetlk'PI.h..h. 1011. KaKement for drainage |I
.. News .Is hereby ill"signalj j I reclamation and road
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bills Bros? materials "(1 as the newspaper\ In which this) or- null bi 1'.1'1.,1.m' Not In' Is hereby given that under
Advertising are payable
tier' shall he week
publliihed once a A 1I OF COMM1SStfN> -- -
the first of each month. Parties DIsH 2 and 4, $17.83. I for four consecutive week, the said KVKItfll.ADES DRAINBv rRs-
Roy R. Raulcrson, refund on exp, hill h.11I1tII"d to foreclose a mortgage IJIoITIIII'T.
unknown to publishers required to A'm :
and, the property Involved In Ito, It. Rnulerson I BONDS OVER AMERICA I
advance. charge, 64 cents In ,
pay in I mild suit being Okeerbobee County Clock of the Circuit Courtof
-. --- --- Clewlston Motor Co., tractor parts Florida and more particularly described Okeechohee County, Flor.t0en11 .
on follows:: ) lila, as agent for the Board
$.12.60. I From the Northeast Corner (VE) of1I..II..n Clerk
Bv Sophrnnlft Tense Deputy
Tour (4) Township Thirty-
Co. Commissioners Withholding Tax Fund Incometax eight .IS) South of llange Thirty.five IN UK nnciiT COURT OF THMMII Less than 100 people Santa Claus' Post Office
withheld for Nov. 580. (flu East run went 20.136: feet : thence .ni>in\i. CIRCUIT OF live In Santa Claus. Indiana .
South 0 ileg-ee 11 Bant 1100 feet; OItEEIIolltV. but each the
AGRICULTURAL FUND thence North 70 degrees 03 West
Transact Business ( rOCNTV, FLOHIDA. i postmaster lends out
H.'SO feet to the point of beginning;
C. A, Fulford, salary Co. Agent from the point of beginning run Ill ('banrery.nni .ron DIVORCE I more than half a million

November $98.30. I I North 77 degrees 03 West 4J1'(17 feet ; ETI1HL: I'EARL: FOX, Complainant.CLAItHNCn Christmas card f
In Regular Session '''lb"IIC"orlh: 77 degrees on \t'est .... and packages. Nearby
J. S. Underhill recording feed feet : thence North 71 degrees 23 East Tl FOX Defendant, it of
I'I 4'.'7.11 feet ; thence North 0 degrees 1111'est ORDER TO \I'PER a granite statue ti
November $30.00.Withholding mi: .110 feet to the point of beginning STATE OF FLORIDA': Santa Claus dedicated t
Tax Fund Incometax containing 13.41 acres more TO to children of the world.
Miitinupil fr< in Page Ono) lens All In Section 4, Township 3S CLARENCE It FOX Addresst'nknown
withheld for Nov. $1.70. 1"1'," Itnnge 3.1 East
NOW THEREFORE Be It Re- RACE TRACK FUND I Von are and each of you Is ordered It appearing: from the sworn Bill of
solved that Hon. Spoxsuril L. Holland ,)( required to appear on the Oth day Complaint filed In this cause that the
Agricultural Fund transfer $500. I I..r Heremb. A. n 1(141 at the Court defendant. Clarence H, Fox. Is a resident -
Governor, be, and he is, here I House Okepchohee. County, Florida of the State or (Country other
City of Okee, donation 2500.00 niiil answer this summon or decree than the State of Florida that the
by requested to appoint an Inspector confeKSo will he adjudged against .
General Fund, transfer, 3000000. pro residence domlHIe. and address of the
of Marks and Brands for District >'0\VITNT. Bald defendant Is nnknown. that there
v the Honorable A. 0 Kan- I Id no person In the State of Florida
No.1. Okoechobce County and tier as Judge of the Circuit Court In the sorrlee of a subpoena upon whom too 4, In the Nazi slave countries .
and for said County, and the teal of ,
non'd Mud the said defendant that +-,
that J. H. Tripp of Fort Drum i '-, of Greece
Legal AdvertisementsIV the Court In the City of Okewhobee the said defendant Is over the age of -- r. Poland ,
Oktwhobf County. Florida, this the little children
Florida, a resident of said District, 21 tears: -
-- 4th day of November. A. P. 1M1 I It I1* THEREFORE ORDERED that starve to death, the
Ji hereby recommended for such (REAL) ROY R. RAULKRSOM. the defendant. Clarence n. Fox. appear Keep On older and
tllK COINTY JUH.K'K COIRTIN Clerk nf the Circuit Court of on the nth day of December, stronger ones
appointment. .\M FUR OKJ_IIOBFK Okeechobee County Florida. I 1041. before the above styled court, to ire sold into slavery
Passed and Adopted In regular I DIM. t'LOKJIIIS 1'HOHATE. --- the Rill of Complaint filed herein Backing the Attack where they can live but
I :NOTICE OF HFRIFF'R H4.I.E: name being a Bill for Divorce, and the a few sad years at the
open session this 6th day of December i In ,': TO All, WHOM IT MAY CONCBUN : Okeechobee News Is hereby designated With War Bonds' moat.
ES'I'ATH: OF KAiuiEKNUuVAUMAN TAKE NOTICE that under and bv as a newspaper In which this order
A. D. 1943. I Koceased virtue nf an execution. lusiipd out ofthe. shnll he publlsheil once a week for
Circuit Court of the Twenty-First four (4) eonscutlve weeks,
Board of County Commissioners Notice Is hereby given that the un- Judicial, Circuit' of "Florida. In snd forOkeechohpe Wltnetis my hand and seal of said
lerslKiied. ., on the 2nd day of Voeem.I County, under date of
Okeechobee Florida.By
County I her, A. D. 1W1 filed a final accounting March ,11, 11' In the sum of tee -- ----
C. E. Drawdy, Chairman of his aduiliilstratlnn of the Estate thousand twenty dollars and eighty
ut Kathleen Helarman deceased and cents ((810.020.00)). said execution being -
Attests Roy R, Raulerson Clerk imtlie Is further given that after publication I IIIIHIM! on Judgment In behalf" of C. M. _U I _
vouchers of this notice once each week Hlghsmlth vs. Okeechobee Company,
following were
approved fur fan consecutive weeks, application I I have levied upon and will sell Is
and ordered paid when will I I he made to the. Honorable. T. W. the highest bidder for rash on the lib
I'.u.ly. Jr.' County Judge of tiny of December A D. 1041 wlthla
funda are available: Imliee, County Florida for okee'l the legal hours of sale, at the front
GENERAL FUNDC. ITuMil of said accounting and for door of the Court house of Okeecho-
illKchnrxe\ / of Die undersigned as Adi I| bee (County Florida the following deserlbpil u.p6d6&e.
E. Drawdy Sal. County Com mlnlHtriitnr cum testamento anneio ot real estate located In the Conn-
mild estate tv of <>kee<.hol>ee, State of Florida e (
missioner November, $74.30. Signed) WILLIAM D. IBACII. II to.witItpglnnlng: ,
Ernest Milliard\ Salary County As AilinlnlHtrntnr cum testamentoiinnexo at the meander corner of I
of the Estate uf Kathleen the went line of Section 31 Township
Commissioner, November, $74.30. eSaruian deceased. :\ South ItaniKM: Fast thence south I I7 I
: I along nalil west entlon line projected
B. C, Swain Salary County Com NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOB MI: : south !H degrees and 40 '
missioner, November, S74.JO. TAX DEED minutes east along the meander line of ". FLORIDA
the. 17' water Imel 1'1*..I' to a point
f f R, E. Base, Salary County Com i.iiw of msNo ou the south line of Section 31? pre 7''r .J
: lice 'Is hereby given that ('. F. liTlpil : thence east along saM south "
missioner! November, $74.30, Itaulermin, holder. of Tax Certificate Mne 0*O,5'\ to the Oorernment Meander
W. F. Walker Salary County Com Nos 17. W I. 43 and 44. leaned the 3rd corner' : thence northwesterly alono
lay of July. A. D. Ifl.in.: has filed sameIn the 1I1111,,, 'k Meander line to' point of
missioner November $74.30. III)' office: has made application for i.ogliinlnir EXCEPT strip of land lYe _

Roy R. Raulcrson Salary Clerk,,, I H Tat Deed to be Issued thereon. Said ..lrt wlile running soiitbeasterly! j7

November, $146.00.T. .

W. Conely Jr. Salary County I ; : : :":":":":<:":":":"MK: :"X><:":X":M"W"X":":":":": : :"M: :W"><":":":":":" :":"MM

Attorney November, 5000. I I :

Judge T W.November Conely, Jr.$122.70., Salary County SEED CANE FOR SALE f: Iptr r .. r

Besnie Alderman! Salary Tax Col- 7
lector November $119.80. 30,000 seed cane for sale at $3.00 per 100 in lots ;!; LOCAL BDY'DECORATELI%N yrA'theM. 1pa .

Robert November LaMartin: $12270.Salary Tax Assessor :3::: less than 1000, larger lots $2.50 per 100. Avery |" r +

J, L. Chandler Salary Janitor November I(i :._::, age length 5 feet. Good grade green cane. Should :.|:_: Jf 3f fjSZK? &*. S<&?

$ 8.90. Trod. I :Ji: be planted as soon as possible or cut and banked. ;!; 1 i 3rzrGRYNOIINO SERy(,: z= '
G. C. Durrance : :: II

Attorney visor, B.Registration Harjrravos.November,Nov.$74.30W Salary$40.00 Super I. |:i: H. H. HANCOCK |; I ,

T. W. Conely, Jr. Salary Juvenile I" X
+ ++ + ++++ + ++++ .
Judge November, $15.00. i
County Welfare Board Relief

Allowance, $350.00. -JW

Gilbert Culbreth, Kerosene for

Courthouse, $5.30.

Roy R. Raulerson Refund on cxp I FOR SALE

charge, 724.

The II & W B Drew Company I

Supplies Photostat Clerk Corp.$1.80., Photostat up- AT ALLABERDEEN TIMES !

piles, $104.76.Florida i '.\...\
Power and Light Company

El.c. C. H. & Jail Nov. $15.08

State Tuberculosis Sanatarium. I Every hour of the day headline news of estimate the part played by Florida'
Hosp. B. Galnou Dec, 3100. II ANGUS overwhelming interest to every person great dailies and weekly newspapers in .

A & P Food Stores, BaninRer Sch I in Florida is being made all over the furthering the war effort. Nearly a

Lunch Room, $12(10. world. But without our modern commillion people buy these papers-far

City of Okeechobee Water Courthouse munication systems and particularly our greater numbers read them-the whole

and Jail Nov. $780 newspapers it would be next to imState relies upon them for information

possible to find out what's going on. and
Inter County Tel.l & Tel Company I Bulls and Cows inspiration.

Tel. Co. II & Jail Oct. MM. Getting even closer to home we For this reason Florida Motor Lln !Iwouldn't
Inter County Tel. & Tel Company know depends upon such as this
what local boys are back newspapers
Tel Co J 4 Jail Nov., $851, one to carry its information busservice
i on furlough-what the ball scores are-
Okrechobet Hardware and Furniture WILL ALSO HAVE SOME [ who's getting married and when-what's to those Floridians who travel.

Co., Supplies C. II $1.00 I happening in the comic-strip world- Florida Motor Lines, in turn carries

Pay Roll, Coroner's inquest expenses Hereford. and Short Horn Bulls what events are taking place all over. many newspapers to. rural areas not
I served
Incurred, $1480 town by any other transportation sys-

L. L. Conrad, Attend. Co. Comm. I tem. '

November, $4.00. I For Sale All of us should feel proud of the As fellow citizens of this State, Florida

Claudia A. Conrad, Salary Jailor fine job are' doing to keep Motor Lines
newspapers take
much pleasure in helping .
November, $59.60.Withholding I TESTED AND 100 PER CENT FREE OF Florida in touch with the times. It's to make near neighbors and good

Tax Fund. Income tax BANGS DISEASE a strong and free press, serving free neighbors of all the communities we

withheld for Nov. $19.60 people-one of the first things the dictators '1serva in Florida-linking them to each

T. W. Conely, Jr Legal Fees: would suppress if they had the "other and to the rest of the
country as
Okeechobee County vi J. M. Lee etale II ALL ARE REGISTERED OR SUBJECT TO chancel I And it would be hard to over_ newspapers do. ,

I I .
Scouts of America, Donation \ &

$50.00.t'lmer. *
Ezell, electrical repairs to ,
j a


Roy R. Raulernon cost bills county .

court Nov. $i19.30>> ;tl I

T. W, Conely Jr. docket fees November -! :- FLORIDA .

$30.00. r : : <.::.*=:1\t)3 ;Ii: ; ;\ ttmJ'f,'t' '> \ ..';!. .
G. C. Durranee, Con Feel No I

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'ill III!! I ffe: ;; Hide and Seek with Hitler's Playthings tax money coming In I Is greater

I than ever before, there I
no occasion
miff lilll, to conserve, and Instead of

taking action that might lighten the

mii:':0==:0".':-===:.:"ES:.:s=:.:ssa:.:EB:.:===-a.'.:.=-..=.-..:.:1-=-:01.__'_.sa_:..:.ssCHURCHES _,,-',.-=_-. burden they are up to their ears

OF with plans for more spending
CHRIST, Unauthorized Persons
SCIENTIST At the last session of the legislature

Prohibited From BeingIn we passed a cigarette tax. It

"GOD THE PRESERVER OF East Coast Area produced more revenue than anyone

MAN" Is the subject of the Lesson- i is ever dreamed It would. But you can
Although dimout regulations have mark down in your little book right
Sermon which will be read in
been relaxed by the Eastern Defense I now that this tax will remain and
Churches of Christ, Scientist, i
command, and the others will be added take
I Navy now per to more
throughout the world on Sunday, I
mits fishing night or day In a two- and more and more from the tax
December 12 M
I mile-wide coastal along the entire I payer, while government agencieswill

The Golden Text let "The Lord Is eastern shore of the Florida peninsula find ways and means of spend.

faithful, who snail stablish you, and I i public proclamations defining Ing It regardless of the amount

keep you from evil" (II Thessalon- 'coastal areas as restricted Zones 1ti 2 2while raised.

Ian 3:3): have not been relaxed. L ss No one objects to a just and reasonable

This was announced today by the r9l a"R :'; tax for service rendered,
Among the citations which
Coast Guard, following conferences but both State and National govern
the Lesson-Sermon is the following a
between responsible Army Navy and :. ments inlat on collecting and spend
from the Bible: "Behold the
Coast Guard officers of the Seventh ing millions and billions on non-
fowls of the airs for they sow not,
Naval district after the questionhad essentials that the taxpayer does not
neither do they reap, nor gather Into ': been raised a* to whether or not require and docs not want They use

barns; yet your heavenly] Father I fishing at night off beaches and this increased revenue to build up
feedeth them. Are ye not much bet I outside and bulkheads
piers mightbe political machines to provide them
ter than they But seek first the
ye permlssable under relaxed regulations. with greater power, and at each session -
kingdom of God, and his righteous- .
of the legislature bureaucratic
need; and all these things shall bel Unauthorized ,. lawmakers .
persons are pro. t', employees high-pressure the
added unto you" (Matt. 6:26: 33). .. __ W
hibited from being In an area adjacent 4 s to further their own selfish
The Lesson-Sermon also Includesthe to the east coast between sun (1) 8pr Psisch remove dirt and ,. i aw, t: 3" plans.
following from the I gravel from a mine juit looted ,.
passage J. E. Whit. fact
set and sunrise Capt. W r We are justly proud of the
Spr. CIHeicouttee, using a 'j. ,
Christian Science textbook, "Scienceand .
beck, district Coast Guard officer, subdivisionsare
I' mine-deteetor, continue ahead In t" ,y r Amine that Florida political
Health with Key to the Scrip pointed out In Issuing orders to all search of another one. ((2)) The fir. meeting their tax obligations

tures" by Mary Baker Eddyi "God captains of ports to continue their U hired and Inspected for + f i 4 e s J ;, ;, but we do not look on this as an occasion

Is Love. Can we ask Him to bemore. I enforcement of previous rules, "booby-trip" attachments.-.. > % w3r that justifies further wanton

God is Intelligence Can we Public proclamations also pro- .,. .,- Thl of the mini show and reckless spending. Unless we
((3) elose-up
Inform the Infinite Mind of any hibit firearms bfnoculars, t and rea-
cameras t the "booby-trap" underneath, con demand that common sense
thing He does not already compre field glasses, signalling devices and I 3 listing of a braes pull-Igniter attached son be exercised by those who spendour

bend Do we expect to change perfection similar Instruments In restricted CANADIANS and German _. : beneath the mini, and tax money, all this efficient collection

? Shall we plead for more at I zones fought, thus --t wire staked (4)to the Skilled ground hand with remover fine will go for naught.

the open fount which is pouring I V far anyway, a "battle of en- ] 7 e l''s the pull-igniter end go ta work en The last legislature made a sincere
forth more than we accept?" (p. Leader in Boy Scout gineers." Canadians spearheading wire attached to the itike.Harmleit effort to check such spendingand

2:2J-28). Movement Will Be In the Eighth Army's advance I set up an intelligent and reasonable
V have been slowed down, but
evidenced by
r as
W. Palm Beach Dec. 14
never actually stopped, by the
WANTED TO BUY-A ; ( now, the the so-called "House Philolophy"ledion
very young clever work of the Nazi demolition i.' mine Is held up for dlsplsy. of the Appropriations Bill,
Baby Raccoon Keep address and Oscar A. Kirkham of Salt Lake experts and by clever About ISO pounds bureaucratic and
let me know. Cora Brockliaus, City, Internationally known Boy mine-laying. The series of pictures & t'- "xi of pressure are nieceh but the power of
off such a ( governmental spenders was too
to set
Plymouth Fla. 28 Scout Leader and authority of the airy
illustrates how mine is
a } mine n this. great and the effort was defeated.At .
V Mormon Church, will address a first discovered, then removedand I the next legislative session
gathering of Mormons from South
LOST-Pair of nine Inch win cut. finally dealt with. Spr spending agencies will be
Florida, Including from Louis more
Liberal Reward will be a group Gillescoutlee and Spr be -
tine pliers. created and more taxes will asaessed
I Okeechobee community, Tuesday, N. Paasch v 'f' ?
paid for their return W. A. Moore, are as they unless the people themselvesmake
December 14, 1943, 8:00 detect
at : p. m.during and handle these deadly
Inter-County Telephone Ceo It vigorous protest-for no matter
V ; the Dedicatory Exercise of souvenirs which retreating Ger how much we assess and how

i, the new Church at 404 Seventh man troops leave. Untts such as < I will be
much collect It never
Street, West Palm Beach, as part of these two men precede the ad r ixsr f? E .tJ.M we .
KEEP ON satisfy those who spend.As
enough to
i a two-week tour of Florida Georgia vance of infantry and tank \ and
I long as the people submit,
Alabama, Mississippi and South
jcotps. .
: 'GaMtfttu fc4/l : Carolina.He the for no spenders change.get As by Mr., we John need Citizen look

WITH WAR BONDS will be accompanied by Heber Hamilton Has NoCommitments good Marine and to live up to the I Private Hamilton of the United still refuses to assume his dutiesof
Meeks of Atlanta President of traditions of that great branch of States Marines. Mail sent to his office should not blame
. . will I citizenship we
States who
a Southern Mission "
the services, he said. "I want to do in West Palm Beach will be for- and the spendersmore -
the politicians
Introduce him to the local people. To part with those who serving
n'y are warded to him Immediately. to t1\em-but some day
Four times the Chief Morale Officer in branch of the armed forces." power
.. .. every V end of the rope
<+)-"X"M-->>-: :-: )+H we will reach the
( ,,:":":-:-:": : : : :":-:+>>Xoo:+H at International Boy Scout Make Hamilton matte his announcement and there awaits rebellion and revo-
Jamborees, Kirkham joined the PoliticallyBefore as a candidate several weeks beforeIt Little News Ads pay big lution. _. ./'

Gilbert TheatreFriday movement In 1913, scarcely three was decided that pre-Pearl Harbor .._-
years after it was founded in Amer fathers would be called. Priorto
leaving for Parris
Island, KuXuVtt1OiRIOtS3iltursKfCtiTttRsCFfgitAs j Jt.TfDcJlOI'If.1fIlUtJI'I: : >illiR'ttR!
and Saturday ica. He was awarded a 30-year servIce S. C., where he takes his basic' trainIng that time, he had laid an extensive

pin this year and hailed by Dr. In the Marines, Edgar G. Hamilton i foundation for a political organization ,I

WILLIAM BOYDBorder George J. Fisher, national deputy of West Palm Beach first can- I that covered tho entire ;
executive, of the bestknownmen
as one
Iv didate
to announce In the newly Sixth Congressional District.
in scouting. created Sixth Congressional District When It was learned that GOOD

Patrol V had no commitments to makeIn Pearl Harbor fathers were neededin pre- I I ri i

regard to his future political ac the armed forces he did not wait II

tivities. for the mechanics of the draft to I : 51
BARRYMORE I 'W1ud1Jfu1 thti 'liJi. {. :
"My only thought now is to be a take him. He volunteered and is now tt.

IN I I WAR DUVDIJ j --- -- -- -.- II I tttt, LOANS u

Dr. Gillespie'sNew Torpedo Junction I ttu tttt i iII rr

AssistantLATE "Awash amldshipl"! I >i ;r
"Sparks," the radio operator, has 15I" .
WAR NEWS-CARTOON' sent his final message from another i I II JfI
U-boat victim. The lifeboats are I I : i
pulling away from the doomed veSt II' We are now in position to make loans to 'Ii
Sunday & Monday sel as millions of dollars' worth of Itt i K.u
food supplies and munitions settleto ur
the ocean bottom in another allied u, our customers and invite you to call and I let us

Betty Grable John PayneSpringtime catastrophe in the Battle of I I ItIK ri'j
the Atlantic.
ix know your needs
.. : ,. ::1'
in the 0''' I JI, I
} : '" .;; ;;; :
jJ. 'I' Rent a Safety Deposit Box in which you tt{
.': 'th V .r-: :
RockiesWith .. ,- ,
--r. _S..--"- I I can keep papers and other valuable items in
t 1 .L Vora .-..
Harry James and Band .. 0.... tt'i' i
; '100: k! I
.. .- jW ,
Wednesday Only -- We Invite You to Make a Deposit and do

,. Millions of dollars' worth of ma I 'I
RUTH HUSSEYIN terlal that was paid for by the dollars > Bank.
your General Banking Business In Our :ttld
we saved and Invested In War
Bonds. Thousands of man hours I ,
TennesseeJohnson have been lost. I'I
We can have but one answer:
work harder, save more and invest
more frequently In War Bonds. r
U S. Trtoiury DtfarlminlOur

ALSO n,, ,. "Looks bit crowded '" 1 Okeechobee County
BINGO NIGHT a in there, conductor!

Grand Prize $35.00 ftln addition to many thousands of civilians vie **

are carrying lots of soldiers and sailors on fur- < ki

Coming Attractions lough and often entire train-loads of troops. Yet Bank

n the Seaboard is doing its best to make all passengers '

HARVEST" as comfortable as possible mrcsra' ...a1' $ .
-RANDOM ",.. ..... !\.*,* .. Phone 15 i

"KEEPER OF LAGOON"TilE FLAME'NSLEEPY '. "Okay, conductor ff'e folks who' art not in the ,

"THE DESPERADOES" service are ready to put up with any inconvenience b OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS :

.......1.-. when ue travel these days."
+ ++++++++++ .+ '+ C. H. McNULTY, President N. RAY CARROLL, Vice-President
+++++++++++++++++ government urges c0nastation r.1LV :
of all resources UM all thelectriclty SEABOARD RAILWAY E. G. K1LPATRICK, Cashier
you need lor essential E M. Meserve J. )(. Roe, Sr. J. 0, Pearce All.. Markham'

;jpwposes_but b. sure you NEED WORKS "
what use Don't waste electricity FOR
you -
i! / SONDI AND Hum
hut because it W cheap VICTORY Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit

Insurance Corporation

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