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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1931
Publication Date: 1928-
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Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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=. Clay Johnson Lake 'MOORE. HAVEN'- SCHOOL ; CITY CURRENT IS I LOGICS AT ST. LUCIE CANAL JNO C'OMPLAIN'SFILED :

I ORGANIZES CAGE, TEAM/ CLOSED TO RAISE LEVEL,
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Boatman, Is DeadNews The organization of a basket' ball I FROM NEW PLANT I Locks at the St. Lucie canal on, I IN HEARING
team in the high school' has just the East side of Lake Okeechobee i iI I
been effected. Miss Pauline Summers I were closed this week for the first!
of the death of Captain
is captain; :Miss Launita! Rob-I POWER time in more than 18 months in an FOR REORGANIZERS
i. Clay Johnson, sr.. 81 years of age BUILDING COMPLETED
'* erts, substitute captain; and Mrs effort to raise the water level in
f,-: which occurred at the home of his I THREE MONTHS FROM
Ag Wood coach. Lake Okeechobee. Due to an exces-
daughter, Mrs. E.. P Dann. in Miami DATE OF FIRE
< SUGAR COMPANY'S PLANS SEEM
sively dry season, the lake is lower
There sixteen players follows
.. /?on October 23rd. reached Moore are as I
I TO MEET APPROVAL OF
than is usual at this season of the
Haven this week and has saddened :' Geraldine ,Cooper. Doris At- The Moore Haven electric supplywas CIRCUIT JUDGEJ.
,a. host of friends who knew Capt. kins. Clara Adkins. Marjorie Daugh- again furnished from the city's year. I
It is that and
expected dredges
; Johnson as one of the earliest of try Lucile. Rosalie and. Josephine. own light plant as the repaired engine : .. J. Harrington, of Clewlston and
other equipment of the McWilliams
>.. pioneers in the Lake, Okeechobee re-! Thielen, Clarice d v.e. Lola Jeney:, was put 'into operation yester company will arrive via the St. Lu- Cyril Baldwin of Avon Park w reappointed
gI.:>n. I Louise Lilly, V/ilma"Faye Pape, Joy day afternoon about three'o'clock, receivers of the Southern
cie Canal shortly to begin work on
.., '' The following excerpts from an Willingham. Pauline Summers, Lau-1.exactly three months from the day i the permanent levee construction. Sugar company by Judge White-
::"',' account of the interesting life of' nita Roberts' Marguerite Roberts. .the light plant was destroyed by fire. I hurst. Thursday replacing P-, G. Bishop -
.;_ this beloved old steam-boat man. are I hand I Genevieve Summers. On August 12th fire of undetermined -1 and J. L. Doggett wh ohave actedas

'. taken from the Kissimmee Gazette- i I A practice, game was'played ''last origin completely destroyed. receivers for the company for the
.-. ,Capt. Clay Johnson.' son of Amory I might I 'with':"Glewiston.Prohibition the building and all except the WEEKLY FIGHTSATRACTING past 18 months. Doggett and Bishop -

:r K. 'and Marilda Johnson; was born framework of the two engines. The''I tendered their resignations which
,7 hi Petersburg. Illinois.. November 3. fire occurred at five o'clock in the FANSA were accepted. Instructions were

; I v,., ,J850. Just after the civil war the FEDERAL AGENTS'INCREASE. morning and at three in the after- I given the new receivers to make
.Iv family moved south making their noon the city completed arrange-I plans to complete the affairs of the

home on an island :rice plantation ments with the Moore 1 card of eight boxing bouts was Southern Sugar company in preparation -
RAIDS company to furnish power for the to the assumption of the prop-
1\ & ,: on the Mississippi river. Later they staged here Tuesday night as the
\ r.e-:. 1 moved to New Orleans On November city system, and the current was restored first of a series of pugilistic encoun- erties by the United' States Sugar
I I -_ 3., 1873.; Lillie A. Rose and '- after the town had been with- ters for the entertainment of local corporation.
I '::. .Clay Johnson were married Mr. : agents are becoming' tout i .current for several hours. fight fans under the supervision of oFFicials of the new company in-
more active in the south Florida sec-j
\ ''':_:' Johnson at that time was, a letter tion, if records of' recent, arrests' arc'j' TB.. Moody. of Jacksonville, and Ed. Butler and Joe Cato. Fightersin cluding Clarence R. Bitting.. New
carrier in the business district of taken as iridicatr ns.' Harvey. 'Williams i lS- C. Stalls. city superintendent of a weight range of from 50 to 147 York:, reorganization manager were
New Orleans. ,There he ,became in- and Thomas Lee Williams Flight and water department have pounds paired off to swig leather in Clewiston today making necessary
-ter stcd in sugar and was overseeron were'arrested 4'worked' untiringly and rushed the're- mitts. preparations to carrying out the reorganization -
brothers, by agents
a sugar plantation for some working out of Tampa, when they pairs to the engines as rapidly as The main bout of the evening was] plans which were vir-
,,years. showed up a' still that was being possible, to place the plant again in tsaged by Bill Wallace. 147, of Clew- tually adopted by the court in Ft.
In the rummer of 1883 he came watched in Glades county woods operation in the three months' time. iston and Johnnie Mathis. 140 ofHooker's \ Myers Wednesday at. an official
to Kissimmee, Florida with Capt. hearing of a petition by the reorganization .. -
\ near LaBelle. The outfit consisted of Point in a four round con- -. ..
.. R. E- Rose being employed by the a battery of two stills. WE.. test of hard punches to be declareda group. ':
\ .. Disston Land and Drainage Company Stewart was arrested in Charlotte Mrs Anna Frierson draw by the judges. In the first Judge Whitehurst signed'.court
-f as ,superintendent of the shops county near', Murdock, when 'he: 'arrived : ;'round of the main bout Mathis in order naming date of sale of the vast

'" .on the lake front in south Kissim- there, Saturday with a .sack of Dies Thursday A. M attempting to lang a long uppercut properties of the Southern Sugar
mee where the dredges were built. I. about Clewiston early
I sugar on his back. All three were .to Wallace's chin, misjudged his dis- company
't". Mrs. Johnson and their four children held for the grand jury'under bond.: ,(!tance and Wallace caught the blow Thursday morning. W. W Sinclairis
v', followed in September 1883. In Okeechobee county agents from i Mrs Anna Frierson, mother of J.l t'I' just below the belt. Both fighters special master.. :.
: This was the end of the railroad at West Palm Beach arrested W., E.I jjU....pdtrsonand Hal T. Frierson, of] agreed to' a rest period of almost No objections were "filed before
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: ; that time and there was only one Arnold a member of the board 'of,this city died Wednesday morning at two minutes, and then the battle Circuit Judge George W. Whitehurston
7 frame house. Capt. Rose's home. county commissioners .and his, two.the home of her sister, Mrs. Lulu was on again. Both Wallace and the reorganization plans of'tho
': The family lived on the "Okee- sons, Robert and Noel A'rnold.Th: Da-jcu.li.irdt Archer in Cocoanut Mathis landed hard blows about the Southern Sugar Company ,at ,ahear-

I chobee". a large lake steamer, untila ( father made bond. ,.of .$1500 o'J: j iGiove.I : MjSj JFrierson! liad gone to face nd body nd always went back ing in Fort Myers Wednesday. Testimony -
log house the company's commis-|( charges possession and huanufacture -t t t Cocoanut: Grove to be with her sis- for more. brought out at the, hearing
,. '. sary could be built for them. .Tho' of. whisky. Robert's bond'" waaj j jt r who was very ill. Mrs. Archer Leading up to the main< bout were tended to show that the reorganization -
Indians soon found their wayl i $250 on charges of possession. 'ma-1J.'.led on October 24th. and the shock seven preliminaries in varying was timely and fair and that
r through the canals and came to Kis-|I nufacture, transportation and sale,' vi her death brought an illness upon weights and experiences beginningwith transfer of ;the properties of

.. simmee in canoes with loads of wild I II I and, maintaining a common nuisance I.lrs. Frierson from which she never two :young whirlands each the company to the new: organization -
.>,( .. turkey and venison. They were, frequent at his residence. Agents reported| :r2 vcred. Her sons had visited her weighing fifty pounds. Owen Winn would be more' beneficial'than
: visitors at' Capt. Johnson's I that they_ seized a still and whiskey! Juring her illness and Hal Frierson and Jack Wynn fought three roundsto for the sale to be conducted in parts.
- ) home and he became deeply interested mash at the Arnold home. xflcl just returned from a week's a draw. The new company organized to take
10 in them and in their. lan I clay with his mother when he re- Then .another Winn stepped in over the sugar company here is
guage. _i'ivi.d a message to return as death known as The United States Sugar
the ring with Ralph O'Neal each
After the drainage company fin Company lmcreasingAcreage ': "..car.j'rs. I Ii weighing 65 pounds, and won the corporation.

ished their chain of canals. Mr. i Frierson was well known in decision from O'Neal after three Clarence R. Bitting. New York,
i. Johnson moved with his family to In GountJ this' section, having resided in Foitfyfs rounds of slugging. James Winn. president of Bitting, Inc. reorganization -

.... Runnymede. near Narcosee Florida -. for many years. In 1916 her the winner, accepted a challengefrom manager for the group. was
1/1 where! he was superintendent of an Two hundred acres of land in husband came to Moore Haven with LaBelle to a three round go present ,at the hearing and said that
I. experimental farm operated by J. Glades county are now being cleared !-ia son. Edward. and was associated I' here next Tuesday night. ninety nine per cent of the equip-

d. .'. Beacham Watson, an Englishman preparatory('to planting .in sugarcane with him ia farming operations. Edward Ward, 89 won the next ment claims holders and more than
who had become interested in Flor-, by. the':Southern Sugar company Though, they never moved their I decision from Luther Lowe. 90. aftera 90 per cent of the lard claim holders
ida farming. The project was start- of Clewiston. The land, which 'J.: l home from Fort Myers, both Mr. and close fight of three rounds.' and unsecured claim holders "havo
ed, primarily, to Interest young En located on either side of the Clew Mis.. Frierson: spent much time in.i Marvin Altman lost a good battle deposited their claims 'und r.the.
glishmen in this new country, and Moore Haven. 1 '
Experimental plan. ,
ton road directly opposite to George, Hooks- Both boys .
J quite a number of them were em- levee section No. 6.. is known Mrs. Frierson was born in Tampa.II I were evenly matched with Hooks The circuit judge tooke the matter
ployed on this farm. as,the ;Hovey tract and is owned by August 5, 1858 daughter of Mary having a slightly longer reach. Al- under advisement late Wednesdayafter
About this time the St. Cloud the Hovey estate. M. Trielieb Dagenhart and John H. though Altman was geting the worst hearing all testimony presented -
Sugar Plantation vas started on Several men and _tractors are now Christian Dagenhart, who' came to. end of the scrap after the first by representatives of. the creditors -
i :'Lake East Tohopekaliga at the employed on the job' and the fields America from Germany. On March: round he showed plenty of gamenessand Notices had been ,previously
head of the St Cloud canal. Capt. are ranidlv being put in first class!:: 8. 1878. ,she vr.3: married to Taylor was taking them with a grin at given that au objections to, the.proposed
Johnson purchased his first condition- '-for planting. This land, Friersona,_ whom....she survived. She the bell. Hooks, weighing 98 plan should be in file with
I', boat. the "Mamie Horn" stea-m-\\like all in its vicinity is deep muck I was the mother of eight children. pounds has a one-pound weight ad- the circuit court before the date of
small oil burning steamer and witha which has proved, admirable for sugar five of,'chom survice H. T. and J. E., vantage. the hearing. None were filed.,
medium sized barge brought all cane growth. of Moore H the material for the sugar mill. including The Sugar company has, extensive I LaBelle, and Mrs. 0- M. Seeple and lenge from William Daub of LeBelle class A stock, 98 per cent of the .
the brick and machinery holdings-in Glades. county, owning Mrs. W. C. McGinn of Fort Myers. for next Tuesday night and George holders of common stock, and 91
from Kissimmee through the canal many acres of land and, cultivating Funeral services were conductedin I Hooks accepted one from Addison per cent of the holders of preferred
( to St. Cloud. thousands more which it has .obtained Fort Mjers Friday and the hostof (Flattie) Mathis of Moore Haven fora tock of the Clewiston company
The next steamer operated by on long-time leases from the own friends and multitude of floral of- bout here on the same night. also involved in the reorganizationhave :
Capt. Johnson was a little larger ers. Its holdings in this and in Hen- ferings were mute testimonials of Bobby Hare. 112 pounds of Clew- filed their stock to partici-'
boat the "Cincinnati." As the cattle dry and Palm Beach counties have the love and esteem in which she iston. fought a four round bout to a pate under the reorganization plan:

and orange business grew down the been constantly increased during. the i was held by all who knew her. clean decision over Alden Wallace Bitting said. I
Kissimmee river Capt. Johnson en- past few years. ', 113 pounds. also of Clewiston.In It was brought, out at the hearing
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larged his fleet until he was operatIng I Tree Near Lakeport Has the semi-finals Ulmer Mathis that nearly a 'quarter of a.million,
.c ( three steamers at once, "The KilledIn 130 pounds, of Hooker's Point. dollars had been advanced by the-
A. M. Pridgen t Old Dated 1857An '
1J V'Roseada," "The Lillie" and "The Carving fought an uphill fight to lose to reorganization group in financing
Osceola," with a fleet of barges. Georgia Auto WreckA. Hooky Avant, 135 pounds of Clew- preparations for harvest of this'sea-
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When the turpentine industry was I interesting old tree may be iston. Avant's longer reach and ad- son's crop of cane and in preparingthe

started down the river, that meant M. Pridgeri, of Cordele.. Georgia seen on the Otto Whidden place eptness with his gloves easily gave mill here at Clewis ton: for' I
more work for the boats. which were. was killed in an automobile accident -' near Lakeport. The tree bears the him the decision. grinding. The grinding season is ex-: .
kept busy hauling down hay, grain Monday night near Atlanta ancient carving "Captain A. N- Pa- An interesting card is being arranged pected to begi nnext month. The '
and merchandise of all kinds from i while enroute to Moore Haven for cetti., September 10. 1857." for next Tuesday at the local money advanced by the reorganization -
stores and bringing up the river. his winter season of vegetable and Evidently some one carved his arena. when out of town fighters group since July 15. does not .L
resin turpentine hides and oranges produce buying. name and date there seventy-four will be engaged to furnish part of represent a lien of any nature 'on the
There was a good passenger business Only meager details of the acci- years agO. The Seminole Avar was the entertainment. assets of the company and is evidenced -
, also as it was much pleasanterto 1856 only by receipts of the receivers -:
dent have been learned* as Mr. Pri- 'fought in and 1857 so the sup
come to town by boat than to gen's company wired a message to position is that this carving was LIFSEY'S ORCHESTRA TO PLAY' P- G. Bishop and J. .L. Dog
: travel over rough roads by wagon. this effect to Glen IL ,Williams with i placed on the tree by a captain in FOR AMERICAN\ LEGION DANCE gett. '
: In the tourist season, "The Lillie" whom l\Iro\ Prigen was closely asso- the army:; It is known that this section Discharge of the receivers. appointed -'
. took parties to Fort Myers a ten ciated here. was the- scene of the activitiesof Members of the Clewiston Legion more than a year ago. was
:;: days trip through the wilds of south Mr. Pridgen has spent the winter I the army at that time. Post are sponsoring a dance at the not involved at the 'hearing Wednes i I,
;- Florida, with plenty of good fishing :reason in Moore Haven for several The tree is standing in a plot of Clewiston Inn Tuesday night Novem- day.E.
:j:' and hunting. When the railroad was :years:::, buying produce for northern timber of" Mr. Whidden's' place and ber 10 for which music will be J. L'Engle and J. W. Shands, +
I finished to Ft. Bassenger, and the furnished by Laurence Lifsey and Jacksonville attorneys. atended the l
i- :aaikets from local and nearby farmrs. he says he will be glad to show the '
i t.: hard roads were made through' Os- ,> His death is keenly regretted tree to anyone wishing to see this his Palm Beach orchestra who fur- hearin gas friends of the court at"r ri !
::: ceola county, steamboating became by his many friends here., '., old carving. ther added to their popularity hereas invitation from Judge Whitehurst. i
'i-_ a thing of the past In this section., rythm makers at the P.-T. A. At the close of the testimony Mr. 1
::: Capt Johnson moved his fleet to NEW; \FE-PROPRIETOR BASKET B.ALL LIGHTS dance last month. L'Engle said he was "much im- (
_;- Lake Okeechobee and was employed Mrs=:;, E- R. Wright of Canal Point. Vorwas'}: started this week in pressed" and described the reorganization I
?: by the state in moving dredges and has moved to Moore Haven and is constructing a lighting system for Mrs. Fred Moltz, Mrs. Robert as exceptionally fortunate I
.i-_ hauling rock for the east coast canal now operating Pape's Cafe, which the basketball and tennis court at George: Mrs. Hubert Land, Miss Ro- for every one concerned Tin Jack- 'i
A.: Jock!;. He also hauled some of tlie she has leased from the owner. L J the local school building. Poles berta George and Miss' Marcia Avant son rille attorney said "I believe the
.. \.rJ "v.r- material for Conner's Highway., Aft Pape. The new establishment is are being erected and light will be were visitors in West Palm Beach whole state wil be benefitted by

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TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 0, 193*.

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I ester in order that the losses from I M. Burguieres, Palm Beach develop-I] table etiquette as well as

THE CLEWSON >'EWSPublished forest fires may be kept at a mini! Martin. New York attorney; Jules branches of study. Courses In other I Crime World's Lost

every: Friday In Clewisiot,I mum. tive of the reorganization group in'l manship and oratory seem to be'' Had Bondlnl placed ble murvelout
the partof Clewiston. abilities to evil uses he would han
Earnest cooperation on
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEW.C the only ones that touch at all upon
the public is requested by the Ser- Attorneys taking part were S. T. I been the gravest menace ever know
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vice in keeping fire damage at a Tying associated with Mr. Seymour; the proper poise and attitude one to organized sodety.-Ameriean Mae' '

minimum by increasing the caution WL.. Evans, Miami representing re- should carry before the public. It' Kin (
Entered: as second class matter. Is small wonder that most Englishmen -
Post Office in discarding matches, cigars. cigarettes -i organizers; ames E. Douglas. New 'I'
February 1. 1927, at the of the American
and "pipe heels" in the; York attorney for creditors; Forrest say average
at Clewiston Florida under the Actor I "E's good-hoarted but his
a chap
woods. i iI p. Tralles, St. Louis, member of the $5,000.00IN
March 3, 1897. manners are terrible." I
stockholders' committee; W. M.

THE SUNRISE RISES. Chrisgtie.. Jacksonville, representingthe It is always a fine thing to know

A newspaper devoted to the best I One of the mist-refreshing maga- receivers; J. Clements, Fort how to act properly no matter what CASH PRIZES
Interests of Hendry County, FlorIda.
Myers representing creditors; H. H. the occasion. People respect the one,

Its leading newspaper. zlnesc to come to the exschange desk Balken. Arthur W. ordan and E. A. who carries himself well before

this week is the initial copy of "Sun- Richards, all of Clearwater. representing others and must instinctively lookto I See Your Druggist

Subscription rate, per year -$2.00 rise" the official magazine of the a landholder; J. H. Roberts. him with a marked degree of re I,,

Outside of State of Florida ...._.$2.50< Florida State Hotel Commission, Chicago, representing a wheel com- spect. He is socially popular and his 1

which, like its namesake, brightensthe pany; H.. L- McDonald. Orlando rep- business associates regard him as a .

Advertising rates furnished on ap- literary skies and is a forerunner resenting a tractor company; Sena- good "mixer". able to meet people of The Southern

l>llcatlon. (.f a beautiful day for-Florida. tor Alfred H. Wagg 'West Palm all stations of life on a, basis- of

The mazazinc is riled with beautiful Beach, and James Terrell,New York equality.One Sugar Company.

I associate: of Mr. Bitting. : of the best to cultivate
Business office Clewiston News accurate descriptions of Florida ways
portraying the sports and recre- good manners Is to practice continu- Notice to Creditors:
division Florida Editorial and
ations to be found in the different LOOSE SCREWSAs ally until the habit is fixed. Try it Pursuant to the prorlsioM of an order of I.b.t-
Advertising, same. the street. I Circuit Court of Hendry County. Florid la
sections of the state this coming sea- out on public Tippingone's
George R. Hilty, of Miami I Chancery entered October 11. 1931. In a cauj
I son. It is a publication that should stated,. in a talk recently before the hat to lady acquaintances, I! therein penilnc entitled "Wdr KIlby Corpora-
pleasantly to friends, even Con a corporation,et at.,Complainants,atalnat
Telephone 339 do much to urge the thousands of speaking
Arcadia Kiwanis club and has argued The Southern Sugar Company. a corporation.
-----,--- --_._----- visitors to come to Florida early i often before. Florida could shaking hands with the men one I I Defendant"all creditors of The Southern Sugar'
I this year to enjoy the unusually at- add knows quite well, all these practiceslead Company the defendant ID.14 cause ar of*
materially to her prosperity and 'I hereby required to file duly sworn ttatetnenti:
THE READER'S VIEWS tractive programs arranged for their development as a state if she would i to greater ease in meeting the i their the underlined claim atalnit Receivers the laid, appointed Corporation by will said

benefit by the various -cities- make it a point to patronize 'her requisites of common social customs, : Court, at the office of the Receivers In tie City
The answer to the question: "Do : of ClewUton. Florida, on or before UM 20tl
u out
I He Of course. one can carry someone
people rad th Sunday. School lesson own products wherever possible. day of November 1931. Said statements of
XO OBJECTIONS said that many millions of dollars social custom until it becomes claims shall et forth among other thlnn. th*
carried each week in the News? nature and amount of the claim amount and
was made this week when eleven are sent out of the state every year tiresome to others. know an Englishman nature of any security or lien held by the claimant
YTjidrr'n! -inonstrntion of for stuff which could be produced that says good-bye al t or to which the claimant It or claims to be
ltttersi were received asking thathey entitled, and also any claim to preference or
be cntinucd. confidence was displayed Wednesdayi right here in the state. least six or eight times' before leav- priority la payment to aay other creditors of
: The Sunday: i ., .. objections were filed to th"i ing. I have a habit of shaking hand I said Corporation
School lesson as omitted last week As Mr. Hilty puts it, 'a policy of Pursuant to the foregoing prorWons of said
I :.organization plan of the Sugar with everyone I know. Recently I]r
: associations and
corporations -
because of failure of the author, A. "you help me and I will help you"is order, all persons firms
I company. was paid this rather dubious compliment ,who shall fall so to file their claims or
M. Baker of Sebring. to provide copy:] needed in Florida. He urges peo- demands aialnrt The Southern Sugar Companywith
I Clewiston has always stood sol- made "If you aren't the hand the said Receivers on or before said date. .
inheir
to smoke the
cigars
in time for ple
publication.The .
,. shall be forever barred and foreclosed from \1.
idly behind'the industry that has shakingest man I ever met! I suddenly :
letters : : home town-that Is. if they making:: or wetting any claims against The ,,;'
were pleasing to the< given cue :youug city such substantial i il was brought to realize that )][ Southern Sugar Company and from participating
kind' of
okra
cigars-even
News not that any of said Corporation
( we enjoy being cri to ; in the assets or properties
The of Clewiston had carried a good thing an ex
support. people
the smoker feels that ,cigars from or the proceeds thereof,except upon further
ticised for the omission of a weekly have stuck to their guns while the local treme that was boresome to others. order of the court herein granted and enteredfor
Tell the
but elsewhere are better. due show and proper application. -
feature because It manifests an I cause' upoa
interest of the subscribers in the< umois have been broadcast b ene-! man his goods are not .up to grade, .It" is the small things that count-- I .
mies of the company that the re- let's try to remember our "man. .
; Mr. Hilty says, and he will probably so Dated.October 20 1921.L
paper. .
organization would not go through.I make them better. ners" from now on, whether at r.J P. G. BISHOP
The letters received proved that I Tile people here who have been i* I banquet with friends. at home or or l J. 1. DOGGETT..
subscribers of the News It's. a good thought and its ad- I Receivers _/
are more all financial difficulties ,
hand through the the street. It pays large dividendin ) Tin Soulhtm Suitf Ctrnftmy.Addresst .
obvious that the
vantages so on-
than mere subscribers but take an i of the Sugar company, had i are the long run.-Estero Eagle. Florid.
that do not Clewtstoa
ly wonder is people a-
interest in the paper and read it in! faith in the plan and confidence in I II

its entirety, and it was in this spirit I those intrusted with the rehabilitation -I clo'pt it without being urged. The I

that the letters were writen. Such of the sugar industry in saddest part is that they will not .:..:..:..:--:-:..:...x"X ..:..)
interest is an incentive to give the ojida. adept it even when they are 'urged

subscribers a good paper.HALLOAVEEX The peopel of Florida, as a whole and the profitable advantages i ENJOY TWO WEEKS, AT FLORIDA'S iI
pointed out.People .
-o- have'. realized the vast benefit to FOREMOST HEALTH INSTITUTION ti
TOLL in this little. 'old home
the state of such an industry in the

Ripley, famous for his Believe il Evergl:des. They have watched with eggs town when of ours local have eggs eaten were California' beggingfor :E The only 50000.00 Baths in Florida with separate departments I

or Not's, is apparently right when keen interest the clearing of land. a market, and were being ship- for men and womengiving thorough drugless treatments that y
I planting of cane and'followed the comprise modern methods of restoring health with decisive re- ):
he Halloween celebrated
says as on ped elsewhere. During the past week
October 31st as All Saint's Day is a I first few harvest seasons closely I I good, fresh home-laid eggs had been I sults at astonishingly low rates. t
as the fertile soil of the Everglades
misnomer. The celebrated cartoonist sold here for even less than was ,be- Excellent hotel accomodations, baths, treating rooms, sun baths I
is made to of the
being produce one I I
in a recent syndicate cartoon.I most food products of the ing paid for cold-storage eggsi. and gymnasium under one roof. House physician:: in attendance }.

'says the True Halloween is a digressIon necessary I There's a screw loose in such a always. Tiled mineral water pool adjoining baths. f
,cDto too had confidence. !
They, ,
from a festival held by heathen
situation, certainly, if not a whole
was'I' recommended for Stomach disorders, Eczema, Skin I
nations: on November first and Ai d now when the invitation flock of screws loose. Millions of Treatments

should be held on :May 12. broadcast through the nation to ally i dollars each year could be saved to Eruptions, Kidney Diseases, Neuritis. Arthritis, Rheumatic and X

stockholders and other inter-, liver Disorder. +
One property damage in Clewiston any the state, kept here for our own people -

is i i'.tiibulcd to the work of hood- ested in the reorganization the to do business with if there were Write for free descriptive folder :Ij. fi' }

Ixrns. who as ghosts or elfs. apparently -II court finds "no objections," it is a better cooperation-..-Arcadia Arca-
mark of confidence. DR. EARTH'S HOTEL AND BATHS |
to
tried prank with the wir- dian.

ing system of a car. The result -0--- I One Spring Boulevard .
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HARRINGTON AND BALDWIN
proved the spooks were not electri-: WHY GOOD MANNERS? i SAFETY HARBOR, FLORIDA Vf
APPOINTED AS RECEIVERS I
s .
cians and in attempting to tamper. &
with the Ignition on a car a short : (Continued from page 1) ;I. In spite of the progress civilization .:--:.>>X.---.:..:.:..f+*f+:*+*pp+:?+:P+*P+:p**?*:*:+:*:*:PJ+:?i**+*J+:?*:P*:.*+**JJJJ*+*JJJifS*
circuit was made andthe car what is being done in this litigation.I: has made up to-the present day, ; _. -- -.

burned-reported.Luckily no other damagewas Of course effect upon the court the economic cannot considerthe condi- ners there that is still is too a dearth prevalent in good in Ameri-man- :..: ..:-:.:<-<..:..:-:..:..:..:-:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:

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-ion of the state in its ruling: can life.I .
None of us is so crabid as to fret It Couch Turbine Pumps !
about the harmless: fun of youngsters -. :_ong witnesses at the hearing,i,' have always regretted'that there
''ere: p. G. Bishop, one of the re- was no course on the college currIcula !

on Halloween. Each of us o "' ..:n 3: W- C. Douglas. New Yorko about correct social behavior. I: fir :s.
realizes) that in their attempts to
sugar trade operator, Thomas P. We have school dietitians, but WP f
play pranks and practical jokes a
er'and J. Harrington, representa- should also have an i instructor inTomatoes
and
bunch of lusty youngsters will createn I *: Economical Drainage Irrigation i

noise that, were it not halloweenIt -- ---

would be a nuisance. but knowing .

they: are only doing harmless J i' I Geo. W. Fowler Inc. i ir.

tricks :we smile and let the events ,

pasi without comment. But when DstabHshed 1904 :?

their fun reaches the point of injuryto X::
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persons or damage to 'property it ?
% Y Phone 8169 West Palm Beach Fla. y
Is entirely a different matter.

Let the young folk whoop and disturb p :v":W"r).:..."':" :"':").:":":":":":":" :":":-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:i..
our sleep, and do other mis- c fr ;
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chievous stunts, but teach them to
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FLORIDA FOREST FIRES \ y
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Indicate Reports. together that from the with all deficiency human"careless over the in rainfall state-- A 1q---- t. Clewiston Golf' Course I i:


ness and maliciousness, are factors

which have caused forest fires to again i t ..

take toll of forest growth and Is
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game forester., says Harry Lee Baker state t Open


The Florida Forest Service is in ,

p position to gauge the severity oJ f !i
the fire hazard because its forest' 1: And in Excellent Condition

' ji.re control units are scattered over::1 versus OrangesI .
'I i
half the state. Forest fires have me- Y
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raced several of the forest protective -i I do you root for? Both Dr. William Weston in:the Jour Y

I, units during the past tpn days. 11 the Oranges and the Crim- nal of the American Medical Y !

For spns are out to play a winning Association gives the following _:: :;:
invited
controlling a fire which was game this season. The line-up is table comparing the relative min- : The Public is to play un"der :
started from what is believed to be
already being chosen for the All- eral content of orange. and to- r f
]incendiary ,sources. one of the fire honor of rules _
American goal-makers of the Die- matoes. system governing :;:
trucks maintained by the Florida- tetic Eleven-and rivalry bids faire :
Iron Manganese Copper .s.
Forest Service was rushed from th to be keen between. these two stare the Course
' 70.5 7.6 4.75 _:
Liberty unit in Liberty county to foods. Oranges ::
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Tomatoes 160 26.7 15.X :
Lost Creek unit in Leon county. The following figures from .t.
"Chemistry and Food" Nutrition"by Y
With the available equipment With two such excellent foods Y
Henry C. Sherman, Professor
r trained crews led by members of the of Chemistry at Columbia University available, a good plan for makingthe ?y

Service were able to bring the fir* will l.elp you to determine goal of health, this season, Is Y s
\ under control. but because to alternate between the Orangesand Y
: of the unusually their compal'ativalues: :
Players are expected to register
dry weather which has prevailed the Crimsons. Serve orange
Vitamin
t A Juice one morning for breakfastand
all spring and' summer aI'
Orange Juice, 350 Tomatoes, raw tomato juice the following I and fees before
careful
patrol of the edge of th pay green
,. or canned 2700 morning. Both can be bought in
;: burned area is required to preveni t
Vitamin B cans-cans of pure Juice pressed "t.
; an outbreak from recurring. Orange Juice (about) 150 Tomatoes from a product which has ripened playing's.:

Constant vigilance is being main. raw or canned, 130-250 fully in the sun This is the t.

tamed throughout the entire rank!s Vitamin C principle used in modern' dietetic .F s.

of the Forest Service. from the war- Orange Juice, 150-300 Tomatoes, Infant feeding which alternates

!Iene rand obBefvsrs to the fAt( k tev', raw or eannedj 350-300 tomato Juice with orange Juie* I w t t ;4 e'a'J"1 I ; J ..;oS t : : : ) II i I s'. t t t J-r



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FRIDAY.. ., THB ..- ..-- F
NOVEb1BER 0 .1931 e CJLEWISTPN.NEWS PAGB THREE

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I E1/* of SW% of NW& of Section Eapt: in Hendry County, Florida in the following described lands in I ation a Florida corporation to

The. Southern Sugar J 8. excluding Railroad, right ,of containing' sixty (60) acres. Hendry County Florida: Farmers Bank & Trust Company, a
way in Township 43 South more or less" "except a parcelof N% of Section 21, Township Florida corporation, dated May 12,
Company Range 34 East Hendry County land 375 ft. by 380 ft. in the 43 South. Range 34 E. 1920, recorded in Mortgage Book 38.

Florida. Southwest quarter (SW%) of D. page 95; and to the Mortgage executed -
Subject to the mortgage executedby the Southwest quarter (SW 4 ) The following described lands and by ,The Southern Sugar Com-
NOTICE OF SALE AND I
',"" c I HEARING Sugarland Development Companyto described as follows: Begin- interests in lands in Palm Beach .pany to Brown &, WIlcox Investment -

Notice is hereby given that pur- :Mercantile Trust Company, a cor- ning at a point on the South County, Florida: Company a Florida: corporation -
suant to the Final Decree made poration under the laws of Missouri.as line of Section Fourteen (14) (1) I dated March 21. 1929, recorded ,
Trustee, dated November 1, 1924 Township forty-three (43) The W% of the NW% of Sec- in Mortgage Book 215. page 291.
and entered November 5. IS31, in a ,
recorded in Mortgage Book 1, page South. Range thirty-four (34) tion 22 Township 42 South (6)
cause pending in the Circuit Court
for the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of 69. East 500 ft, from the South- Range 37 East. SW'/i of Section 6. Township

Florida in and for Hendry county (3) west (SW) corner of said sec- (2)) 42 South Range 38 East
West one-half (W%) ofNorthwest tion fourteen (14). thence NW& of SW% of NW% in (7)
entitled "Weir Kilby Corporation a
corporation. Josephine Wright by Quarter (NW%) of North parallel to the West side Section 31, Township 43 Southof N% of SWUM of SE% of Sec-
F. Northwest Quarter (NW'/ ) of of said Section Fourteen, (14) Range 35 East. tion 17, Township 44 South.
M. Wright, her husband and next
Section 1. Township 44 South. 375 feet thence East parallel to (3)) Range 36 East.
friend. H. L. McDonald and Leo C.
I Range 34 East of Hendry County the South line of said Section An undivided two-thirds interest (8)
Burgman. as copartners trading and
; Florida. ''Fourteen (14) 380 feet_ thence in and to: All of Section 31, Township
doing business as McDonald & Burg '
man, and McDonald ,Tractor Equip- (4) South parallel to the West side The W% of the NE'/i of Sec- 42 South, Range 38 East;
ment company a corporation. Complainants W% of. NE: % of SEH of' Sec of said Section Fourteen (14) tion 15. Township 42 South, The N%: of Section. 29 and All
against The Southern Sugar tion 25 Township 44 South. 375 feet. to the South line of Range 37 East. EXCEPT the fol- of Section 30. in Township 42

Company a, corporation Defen- Range 34 East of ,Hendry said Section Fourteen (14); lowing described tract of land South Range 38 East;
thence West 380 feet t'o'' beginning -, to-wit: All'of
County. Florid Section 20. Township
dant. (hereinafter called the Decree
). I (5)) 3.3 acres. more or less." Beginning the Northeast 42 South, .Range 38 East, lying

I, W. W. Sinclair appointed Special All of Section Twenty-five Subject to the Mortgage, S. P- corner: of the WVfc of the NE% ; South and West, of West Palm

Master in and by the Decree.I ((25)) in Township 43 South, Hooker, single. and W* C. Hooker thence South 1320 feet; thence Beach_ Canal;
I and wife, Jewel Stone Hooker, to West 1260 feet Thence North All of Section 18. Township
;
'I will sell at public auction at the door Range 34 East. Hendry County
''''I I of the County Court House in the! Florida. Trustees of; the Internal Improve- 1320 feet; Thence'East 1260 42 South, Range 38 East. which
i ment Fund. dated March 25.. 1926 feet to the point of beginning lies South and'West of 'West
City of LaBelle.. Hendry County] Subject to the mortgage, The ;
'
i recorded in Mortgage Book 3. Palm Beach
I Canal.
page
Florida on December 7, 1931. at Southern Sugar Company to Central Also
I 12 o'clock noon. United'Sta'tel; ,Farmers] Trust Company, a Florida, 298., Hendry County' Records.. The W% of Section 15; theSE (9)

I Eastern Standard Time, the :property corporation. Trustee. dated January (12) % of Section 16. and the' S% All of Fractional Section 4 in

f in ,the Decree described and ,thereby I1' 1928.. r corded- in Mortgage Book; All Sectlonl, Township 44 of the SWH of Section 16, in Township 42 South. Range 37
directed to be sold, to wit: I page 192. I South, Range 33 East; All Sec- Township ,42 South' Range 37' East. except the SWM,' of the
tions 3. 4. 5 and 6. Township 44 East. SW%;
All of the property and interestsin (6)
property of every' kind, character I' All of Section 36, Township South. Range 34 ,East; all Sec- Subject (a) to the Mortgage covering All of Section 12, Township
I tion20 except a tract describedas portion of said of 42 South Range 37 East. lying
a
property
j and description real as well as personaL 43 South. Range' 34 East; all
of the Company and of the of' Sections 2. 8, 10, 12. 14, 18. i follows: Charles W. Bell and Ethel 1'BelL his South and West of West Palm

Receivers (other than the Reserved 20. 22. 24. 26, 28, 30, 32 and "Beginning at the Northeast wife, to Trustees of the Internal Beach Canal; and
Bonds and cash 'in the hands of the 34. Township 44 South. Range corner of Section 20. Township Improvement, Fu'nd. dated August All of Sections 10, 14 24, 26
k( 43 South Range 34 East and 14, 1918 recorded in Mortgage Book and 34 in Township 42 South.
Receivers) together with the muni- 34 East; all of Sections 2, 8, 12
,ments of',title thereto and evidences, and 14 in Township '45South running South ,along East section 31.pa ge 94; ,and (b) to the Mort- Range 37 East.
ij j i of ownership thereof. subject. howl Range 34 East. in Hendry County 1, line 960 feet;, thence West gage ,covering a portion of said prop- Except right of way for roads
l ever, to the provisions of Article Florida. along a"' line parallel to the erty of Chas. W- Bell and Ethel I. and canals.i .

Fifth of the Decree. Without preju- Subject to the mortgage. The 1 North line"of Section 20? Town- Bell: his wife, to Trustees of the' Internal -'i ,Subject to the Mortgage. executedby

dice to generality of the forego- Southern Sugar Company to Central ship 43 South Range 34 East Improvement Fund of FlorIda. The Southern Sugar Company to

ing. the. property to be sold shall in-,;;Farmers] Trust Company, a Florida and 960 feet therefrom, 2610 dated February 12. 1920, ,recorded Dunbar Molasses Corporation dated
,feet more or less; thence northon May 29. 1930 recorded in Mortgage
elude: } corporation. Trustee dated January in Mortgage Book 40. page 395; and
A i 11: ; 1928. recorded in .Mortgage Book a line. parallel to ,the East (c) to the Mortgage; covering a por, Book 226 page 259. Encumbers all
The following described lands and I 4, page 192., line of said, Section 20. 960 feet tion of said property of ,R. G- John of the caption land except Sections
Interests in lands in Glades County I'' (7) to the North Line,of. said Section son and Maggie A.'Johnson. his wife, 24 and 34. Township 42 South

Florida: All of Sections twelve (12). 20; thence,East along said North to Trustees of the Internal Improve- Range 37 East.,

(1) I Fourteen (14) and Twenty-two, line of said Section 20. 2610 ment Fund. dated August 14, 1918, (10)
All of "Fractional Section 24, (22)) in Township 44 South: feet more or less to point of be- recorded in Mortgage Book 30. page W% of NW of SE% and

Except the 'WY.I of the NW*, Range 33 East, also ginning." 160; and (d) to the Mortgage cover- NE/ of SWU of Section 17.

Township 42 South. Range 33 S% and, NE% Section, twenty- In Township! 43 South. Range ing a portion of said property of R. 'Township 44 South Range 36

East; All Fractional, Section 19. four (24) All Section Twentysix -' 34 East; G: Johnson and ,Maggie A. Johnson, East. .
Township 42 South, Range 34 (26). in ,Township 43 South S'.i of, Section 21 and all Sec- his wife to Trustees of the internal (11)
East; Range' 34 East.Fractional ., tions 22 and 27. Township 43 Improvement Fund. 'dated Febru- The W% of the SE of theSE

1 North half (N% ) of North Section 13. Town- South, R nge 34 East; ary 12, '1920. recorded in Mortgage % of Section 21. Township 42

west quarter (NWtt) of Sec- ship '43 South, Range 34 East; The SW% of SEAS and theSE Book 45., page 190; and (e) to the South. Range 37 East.
tion 25. Township 42 South. All of Section 23 North of, ?t1. of SWtt of Section, 32, Mortgage covering a portion of said Subject to the Mortgage of The

Range 33 East; North half Meander Line Township 43 Township 43, South. ,Range 34 property of S- W. Bollinger and Elizabeth Southern Sugar Company' to JamesS.

(N%) of Northeast quarter South. Range 34 East; East; J. Bollinger, his wife to C. B; Corkey dated October 15. 1929.
All Section 34, Township 43 Gwynn and E. N. Brown. dated recorded In Mortgage Book 221.
(NE'h) of Section 25, Township All of Section, 24 North of
42 South Range 33 East. Meander Line. Township 43 South Range 34 East. March 29, 1924 reccorded in Mort- 589 ; and to the Mortgage of

Subject to the mortgage executedby South. Range 34 East; All of Subject to the Mortgage executed gage Book 75. page 365, encumbering The Southern Sugar Company to

Sugarland,Development Company. Section 7 (except!, SEtt of SE',4)Township' ) by Sugarland Development_ Companyto an undivided one-third interestin Arthur N. Kennedy dated October
',' a corporation under the laws of 44 '''South'. Range .34 'Mercantile ,Trust Company a corporation and to said land. 15, 1929. recorded in Mortgage Book

.<\ / Florida to A. C. Clewis, dated Oc- East; All Sections 15, 19. 23, under the laws. .of Missouri, (4) 145' page 113.

1flJtober\ 1. 1925. recorded in Mortgage 27, 31, and 35 in Township 44 as Trustee, dated November 1, 1924 All of Section 36. Township (12)
'ter .Y Book 3, page 364. South. Range 34 East;; All of : recorded in Mortgage Book 1. page, 44 South Range 35 ''East; That part of the E% of Section -

(2) Sections 3. 7. 11 and' .15 in 69. The Etf of the NE& ,of the 2, Township 42 South.
/ Tracts 15; 16. 17. 18. 19, '20, Township 45 South, Range 34 1 (13) SEH of'' Section ,21 Township Range 37 East. lying North and
21 22. 23 and 24, and that part East. Fractional Sections, 2.' 3, 4; 42 South. Range 37 East; East of the West Palm Beach

. I of tracts 101112.13 and 14 ly- All of Section Eighteen (18)in I Nof N'4 of Sections, 9, and The ''Ett of the SW,] of the Canal, in Palm Beach County.

;' ing south and West of the, Township 45 South. Range 34 10; NJof Section, 11; ,NEtt SW% of Section 21, Township Florida.
i: i { Moore Haven and Clewiston I I East. Hendry' County. Florida. and S 3-4 of NW%' of_ Section 42 South Range 37 East; Subject to the, Mortgage of The

:' : Railway Company, all lying and i I I Subject to the mortgage. The 12; all in Township 43 South, The W% of the SW% of the Southern Sugar Company to Florida
being in the S% of the W1% of Southern Sugar Company to Central Range 32 East Hendry County. 1 SW% of Section 21. Township Agricultural Corporation dated September -

3 Section 18, Township 42 South. Farmers Trust Company, a Florida Florida. i 42 South Range 37 East; 16, 1929 recorded In Mort-
Range 33 East. corporation. Trustee dated January Subject to the Mortgage executed The W% of the NE 4 of the gage Book 222, page 365.

Subject to the mortgage executedby I 1, 1928 recorded in Mortgage Book by Sugarland, Development Company NWVi of Section 21, Township (13)
to Central Farmers; Trust Com'pany.Trustee All ,of Sections 2. 4, 6. 8, 10.
Lucerne Farms Corporation a 4. page 192. 42 South. Range 37 East;
I I corporation under the laws of Florida ((8) as, ,. dated ,February 1, 1926, E% of NWV of SE% of Sec- and 12 in Township 46 South.

. to Richard Graves. dated May W'of NWH of NWU; 'of Section recorded in" Mortgage 'Book 3, page tion 21 Township 42, South. Range 35 East.

14, 1929. recorded in Mortgage Book 33. Township 44 South '173. Range 37 East; (14)

4, page 444; and to the mortgageexecuted" Range 34 East Hendry .Gouty. I (14) W% of NE* of SW% of Sec- All of Section 20, Township,
The Northeast quarter (NE 45 South Range 35 East; The
by Southern Sugar. Company Florida. tion 21, Township 42 South.
"1 a corporation of the State of (9)) %) of Southeast quarter (SE&) Range 37 East; W 3.97 acres of Tract 119 and

Florida. to Lucerne Farms Company I West Half (W%) :of, Southeast of Southeast quarter (SE%) of W% of SE# of NW%, of Sec-, all of Tracts 120 to 128 inclu-

dated December 1, 1929 recorded ,in Quarter (SE%) of South- Section 23, Township 43 South. tion 21, Township 42 South sive, Section 22., Township 45

:', Mortgage Book ,4, page 482. east Quarter (SEtt) of Section Range 34 East;' also Range 37 East; South' Range 35 East; Tracts
: (3) 13. Township 44 South. Range The, Northwest' quarter (NW E& of NWtt of SW% of Sec- 1 to 46. inclusive 49., 51 to 64.

West half (W%) of Section 34 East Hendry County. Flor- %) of the Southwest''quarter tion 21 Township 42 South inclusive. 69 to 91, in elusive

20 and West half (WVfc) of Section ida; (SWI.4) of Southeast quarterSE Range 37 East. 94 to 98, inclusive. and 101 to

f r 17. Township 42 South East Half (E%) of North ( ,%) of, Section 23, Township Section 28, Township 42 125. inclusive. Section 28, Town-
Range ,33 East. west Quarter (NW ) of South- 43 South Range 34 East. South. Range 37 East; Also ship 45 South.. Range 35 East;

\, Subject to the mortgage executedby I west Quarter '(SW." ) of Section (15) Lots 10 to 30 inclusive in Peli- All of Section 30. Township 45
Miami Finance & InvestmentCompany 34 All of Section 16. Township South. Range, 35 East; all of
9. Township 44 South Range 1 can Bay Land Company's Sub-
r to Ralph B. Taylor Exe-I East. Hendry County; Florida; 44 South, Range 34 East ,situate division of Section 30, Township Section, 32. T Township 45 South

.. : utor of the Estate of William E. East Half E1of( ) Southeast in Hendry, County., Florida 42 South, Range 37 ''East. according Range 35 East.
Whitford. dated September 1. 1928.I Quarter (SE%) of Northwest (16) to the Plat thereof on All of Section 24, Township

recorded in Mortgage Book 4, page I Quarter (NW'h) of Sec- W% of' NWof NE'/. 'of Sec- file in the office of the Clerk 'of 45 .South. Range 35 East.
390.' !, tion 25. Township 44 South. tion 9., Township 44 South., the ,Circuit Court in and for All of Sections 7. 19 and 31
(4) i iN Range 34 East; Hendry County. Range 34 East. Palm Beach County. Florida in in Township 44 South Range
% and SE1/ and N% of (17) 35 East; S% of Section 23, and
U Florida; Plat Book 7, page 16-
,
SW% of Section 31; also. all of West Half (W% ) of North- North Half (N% ) of Section coveringa all of Sections' 27, 35 and 36 in
Subject to the Mortgage 37
42 South Range
fractional Section 32. Township west Quarter (NWtt} of South- 24. Township 43 South, Range portion of said property of The Township
11 13.
of Sections3. ,
42 South. Range 32 East east Quarter (SEtt) of Section 34 East. Hendry County, Flor- Company to Dunbar East; all
Southern Sugar 15. 23, 25, 27, W% of Section
Glades County Florida. 21. Township 44 South. Range ida. corporation
Molasses Corporation, a
35 in
Section
Subject to the mortgage executedby Florida Subject to the Mortgage executed 29 and all of
i 34 East Hendry County, under the laws of Delaware. Dated 43 South. Range 37:
Sugarland Development Company, b'y The Southern Sugar Companyto recorded in Mortgage Township
May 29. 1930 23. 25
22
East All of Sections ,
to Central Farmers Trust Company, Subject to the mortgage executed Central Farmers 'Tru'st Company, Book 226. 259. ;
as Trustee dated February 1. 1926., by Hendry County Abstract Company as Trustee, recorded in Mortgage page 26 27. 34, 35 and 36 in Town-
recorded in Mortgage Book 3. page i I a corporation organized and Book 4,' page 192., Hendry CountyRecords. (5) ship 41 South. Range 38 East; Except -
All that part of Section 12, Rights of Way for Canals
existing under the laws of the Stateof .
481.All in Township 42' South of Range and Roads as exist.
of the above-described property Florida. to William H. Woodward (18) "
in Glades County Florida, will l of St. Louis. Missouri. dated June 25, All of Fraction Section 6 and 37 East. which lies North and Subject to the Mortgage of The r.
East of the West Palm Beach to Central
be"sold subject to all judgments recorded 1928 recorded in Mortgage Book 4, the N% of Section 7 in Township Southern Sugar Company
Canal. Palm Beach County, a corpor-
in said county against The page 87. 43 South, Range 33 East. Farmers Trust Company
I Southern Sugar Company. (10) Subject to the Mortgage:) executedby Florida. Excepting therefromthe ation organized' and existing under
N1/* of the NEU of the NE3A the laws of the State of Florida,
: B. All of Section Eleven (11), Sugarland Development Companyto
of the NE 4 of said Section 12, Trustee. Dated January 1, 1928;
The following described land Township Forty-four (44) Central Farmers Trust Companyas
and ,interests in lands in Hendr South. Range Thirty-four ((34) Trustee, dated February; 1. 1926. being recorded! in Mortgage Book 214
County. Florida: East of Hendry County Flor- recorded in Mortgage Book 3, page, Tracts' 3, 4. 5. 6. 8. 9,- 10. page, 452.
') (1) ida. 173. I 11. 12.. 13, 15, 21 and 23 Subdivision (15)
Northwest quarter (NW% ) (11) All of the above-described prop-' of Section 12-42-37 Section 2. W. of Canal. except'

a f of Northeast quarter (NE%), The Southwest Quarter of erty in Hendry County, Florida will,. according to the Plat of' Said, the W'/fc of NWtf ; all of Sees.
of Southeast quarter (SE'/) the Southwest Quarter and the be sold subject to all judgments recorded ,- Subdivision on file in the office ,' 4. 6, 8, 10, 12. 14. 18, 20, 22
I of the Clerk of the Circuit & 24; Tracts 2 to 16. Inc. 19 to
of Section 1, Township 45 West Half of the Northwest in said county against The
South, Range 34 East, Hendry Quarter of the Southwest Quar- Southern Sugar Company Court in and'for Palm Beach 128. inc.. in Sec. 26; Tracts 1
: County, Florida. ter of Section Fourteen (14). C. County in Plat Book' 8. page 2. to 64 inc., 77 to 85, inc.. !O.
I (2) Township Forty-three (43) All of"the right. title, and inter- Subject to the MortgageThe W.: 91. 92, 101 to 104, inc. 109 to

)! c;;.i: The SEU of NW% and the South. Range Thirty-four (34) est of, The .Southern Sugar Company C. Groves Wholesale Liquor Corpor- (Continued on page 4)
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PAGE FOUR THE CLEW1BTON NEW8 e FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6, 1081

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THE SOUTHERN SUGAR In the Northeast corner of" in lands. mills and property and all the notice to be given by the Special] paid in cash. The Purchaser shall

COMPANY Block 1, in Hiatus. between of the property, estate reversion. remainder ]Master by publication as thereby required 1 ikewise be credited on account of

Ranges 36 and 37 East in Town- right, title, interest, use. [ shall file with the Clerk of ;said purchase price with the amountf I

:NOTICE OF SALE AND HEARING, ship 44 South; EXCEPT the possession claim and demand whatsoever 1 the Circuit Court of Hendry County. such payments in cash. if any. not

right of way of the Florida as well at law as in equity :an advisory statement or statements ]represented by Receivers' Certificates -

(Continued from page 3) East Coast Railway Company. of The Southern Sugar Company and ] with reference among other as ,the Purchaser or his 'or itsissignor '

114. inc.. and 126 in Sec. 28; (25) of its Receivers in and to ,all lands j things to unpaid taxes and assess- : shall have made to or for '

all of Sees- 30 and 32; Tracts S'of Section 29, Township and interests in lands and other J ments, current assets and liabilitiesof 1 the account of the Receivers prior to

17. 18 31 32 and 33 to, 44. 42' South. Range 38 East. property and any and every part I said Receivers outstanding Certificates j the date of confirmation of sale, -

inc., 55, 5G. 59 to 64, inc., 70 (26) I thereof with the appurtenances.All of Indebtedness issued bye I 'which have been applied to the operation -

to 74 inc., 85 to 91. inc., 108 NE'/ of NE'and E% of mills, buildings. structures said Receivers, contracts. leases I and | or maintenance of the

117. in Sec. 34; All in Township SEU of NE1 and E' of E1h fixtures and erections erected upon stocks. bonds and other securitiesand property andlor to the necessary expenses -

44 South Range 35 East; of SEtt of, Section 22. Town- and attached to any of the lands property and the total amount of the receivership pursuant i

Tracts 1, 16, 17 18, 21, 32 ship 42 South: Range 37 East. hereinbefore referred to and all I of all special liens thereon and'to orders of the Court heretofore en-

37 45 46 47 48. 81, 82. 83, Subject to the Mortgage of The equipment. appliances or belongings reference to said advisory statementor tered in the above-mentioned cause

109 and 110 in Sec. 4; Tracts Southern Sugar Company to R. J. thereto, whether or not the same be statements is hereby made.I. and upon proper application the

1 to 56, Inc., 59, 60, 63 to 92, Slmonson. dated July 26, 1929. recorded affixed to said lands or used for Said sale will be made without above-mentioned cause, the Purchaser -

inc.. 95 to 98, inc. 101 to 128 in Mortgage Book 215. page any manufacturing or operating pur- valuation .appraisement. redemptionor shall likewise be credited with the

inc.. in Sea 6; Tracts 5 to 24, 354. pose, either 'upon the said premisesor extension.II. cost to said Purchaser or his or its

inc.. 29 to 36 inc.. 41 to 56 inc., (27) any part thereof or as a part of In case of the adjournament or assignor or with the value to the receivership -

61 to 68, inc., 73 to 88 inc., Sections 2 and 4; N% of Sec- said mills or otherwise.All postponement of the sale, the Spe- estate as the Court may
100 to 106. inc.. 109 to 116 South. determine. of any other benefits and|
tion 14, In Township 43 mills, machinery, engines, cial Master without further noticeor
inc.. 119 to 124, Inc. in Sec. 8; Range 37 East; boilers. motors. pumps. pipe-lines. advertisement. may proceed with or advantage which may: have ac-

Wof Sec. 9; Tracts 1 to 10 All of Section 1; all of Section locomotives cars, tractors. harvest- the sale on any day to which the crued to the properties in and by the

Inc.. 12. 13, 22 to 38. inc., 41 2; E'/j of E% of Section 4; that ing machines, automobiles, rails oils same may have been so adjourned.III. I Decree directed to be sold by reasonof

42, 49, 50. 53. 54, 55. 56. 61 to part ofV% of W% of E'/ of gasolene distillate and other chemi- Any party to the cause above- any other or further expendituresby

92. inc., 105. 106, 107. 111 113. E& North of Canal in Section cals. sugar cane sugar, molasses and mentioned, any holder of an obliga- such Purchaser or his or Its as-

to 118, inc.:. Sec 12; All of Sec. 4; NW% and S1h of Section all other by-products of the manu- tion of the Receivers appointed in signor prior to confirmation of saleor

14; Tracts 1 to 8 inc., 14 to 42. 8; all of Sec. 12; E& of W'/fc facture of sugar, live stock. timber said cause, or other creditor of said prior to the date of the Decree-

inc., 45 to 72 inc.. 75. 76. 77, 81 of Eli of Section 13; West 3-4 and stumpage, lumber building ma- Receivers. or any creditor or. VI. Any successful bidder or- bidders -

to 86. inc., 89 to 100. inc.. 106 of Section 13; all of Section terials of every kind. tools. appliances stockholder of The Southern Sugar! may assign transfer and set

to 109 inc., 113 to 118 inc., and 14 E% of Sec. 18 All of Sec-,
; ; equipment and material of Company. or any other person firm i lover his or their bid or all or any

The East 1.03 acres of Tract tion 21; All of Section 22; every kind. and description and association or corporation may bid'at of his or their rights and interests

119. in Sec. 22. All in Town- South 3-4 of EYa and S% of SEH all other personal property of the sale and, successful bidder.'!,. under the Decree aforesaid as such i
ship 45 South, Range 35 East. NWli of NEtt Sec, :
of SWU and The Southern Sugar Company and may purchase in his, its or their own successful bidder or bidders.

Subject to the Mortgage of The tion 25; all of Section 28; all of its Receivers or to which it or right. II I
VII. In and by the Decree the
Southern Sugar Company,to Central of Section 29; all of Section they are entitled or in which It or I
IV. Subject to the terms and conditions right to retake and resell the property i
Farmers Trust Company a Florida 30; all of Section 32;; all of they have any interest either at law I
of ,the Decree and as set sold is reserved to the Court. !
I
corporation. Trustee dated January Section .33; all of Section 34; or in equity. I
forth In Article Fifth thereof said:,! to enforce the payment of the purchase -
1, 1928. recorded in Mortgage Book all of Section 36; all being in
Any and all shares of stocks. property will be sold subject to any I price-
214. 452. Township 44, South. Range 37 '
page I
(16) East bonds ,notes, debentures or other and all valid liens and encumbrances VIII. Prior to the confirmation of
; evidences of indebtedness and obli- existing thereon or part ( r'
The SW& of Section 6, Town- Also. E% of !NE'i ; SWU of upon any the sale, the Receivers appointed as (
gations, securities of any corporation thereof at the date of said sale. I
ship 44 South Range 37 East. ,NEtt and E% of NW& of NE%, aforesaid are permitted to continueto

Subject to the Mortgage of South- Section 4. Township 45 South company. domestic or joint stock, association of- V. The Special Master will receive operate the properties in receiv-

ern Sngar Company to Pinewood Range 37- East. or foreign state or no bid from anyone offeringto ership and to use for the purpose of
any domestic or foreign : gov- bid who shall not. at least forty- such operation the cash. propertyand
Farms. Inc., a corporation existing All of Sections 20, 22 and 24 ernment governmental
under the laws of the State of Florida and East Half of Section 28. in or authorityor eight hours prior to any offeringby assets at the date of the Decreeor

dated February 15, 1929. recorded Township 43 South. Range 37 subdivision of any political district or administrative the Special Master for ,sale under at any time thereafter in the pos-

or department the Decree deposit with the Special session of the aforesaid Receiversand
in Mortgage Book 217 page East, except right of way of F. thereof. and certificates or'receipts ,
388. E. C. Railway Company, and all Master and deliver to him. as a said Receiverers are expressly
of kind evidencing
(17) rights of way for roads and ca- any representing or pledge that he will make good his authorized and empowered pursuantto
interest such stocks
in
The Wof the NWtt of the nals. any any bid In case of its acceptance, in the order entered in the cause
bonds notes debentures evidencesof
SW& of Section, 21. Township cash or check of or certified by some above-mentioned on October 7, 1931.
Subject to the :Mortgage of The indebtedness
obligations or se-
42 South. Range 37 East. bank or trust company acceptable to to apply the bonds of the several
Southern Sugar Company to Bis-
Su-
The Southern
curities owned by
NW% of Section 17, Township the Sepcial Master. and made or en- ;ub-drainage districts referred to in
Trust Company, a corporation
44 South. Range 36 East. cayne gar Company or its Receivers or to dorsed payable to his order, the sum said order. for the benefit of the
organized and existing under the
which it or they are entitled or in
of 25000. or Receivers' Certificatesin properties to be sold pursuant to
The East half of the North-
laws of the State of Florida as Executor which it have Interest
or they
and the Southeast any bearer form In the principal the Decree, to the payment of taxes
east
quarter and Trustee of the Estate of either at law or' in equity (other
of Section 15 Town- amount of 25000. or assignmentsof due'upon the lands of The Southern
quarter Phillip Ullendorff, deceased. and Receivers
than the bonds held by the
ship 42 South. Range 37 East. claims against the Company fin- Sugar Company to said several sub-
South Okeechobee Farms Company. of Southern
The Sugar' Company
ally allowed and established drainage districts as provided in
pur-
Subject to the Mortgage of C. B-: a corporation organized and existing referred to In paragraph VIII of the' I
suant to the Decree by Subsequent said order. Any operation by said
Gwynn and Mamie W- Gwynn. his under the laws of the State of Florida Decree as the Reserved Bonds), together '
order of the Court in the cause Receivers of the ,property sold by
wife, .to The Board of Education of dated August 2. 1928 recordedin with unpaid coupons andor I
any above-mentioned, aggregating in virtue of the Decree, after the date
the State of Florida dated January Mortgage Book 214, page 222. claims for interest thereon or dividends -
amount, as so finnally allowed and] of the confirmation of the sale directed -
12, 1926. recorded in Mortgage Book (28) thereunto appertaining including -
established the sum of $125.000 or in and by the Decree, shall
172, page 295. ,. The W1& of the NW% of the but without limiting the
partly in cash ,or certified check or be at the cost and risk and for ac-
(19) SW'i' of the NE% of Section 17 generality of the foregoing certain i
in Receivers' Certificates and partly count of the Purchaser. ;
All that part of Sections 23 Township 44 South. Range 36 bonds of 'Clewiston Farms Company. !
in claims so finally allowed and established -
IX. The Purchaser in the man-
and 24. Township 45 South. to existing
East except as any Pahokee Drainage District. South
but in the same relative ner and to the extent specified in I' .
Range 36 East lying West of Rights-of-Way for roads or canals Florida Conservancy District. Peli- "
proportions- the Decree elect not to take or .It
North New River Canal. except (29) can Lake Sub-Drainage District. ; may (
Any deposit received from an un- I
accept part of the property sold .ex-
lots or tracts 3. 6 and 7 of Sec- Wlfc of Section 28. Township Guaranty Building and Loan Asso- will
successful bidder be returneeto
cept contract or agreement to
tion.23, according to Plat thereof East Island any
42 South Range 38 lying ciation. Disston Drainage
him at the conclusion of the bid-
which the Receivers are a party en-
file in the office of the
on of West Palm Common
South and West District :Hidalgo_ Ccounty
ding but without interest thereon
tered into by the Receivers under the
Clerk of the Circuit court in
Beach Canal; also all of Section School District No7.. Clewiston
received from the
The deposit suc-, specific authority of the Court in
and for Palm Beach County, 42 District and certain sharesof
32. Township South Range Drainage ,
cessful bidder or bidders shall be
ap'Ithe above-mentioned. No such
Florida, in Plat Book 7, page 38 East; the capital stock of The Clewiston cause :
plied on account of the purchase
election by the Purchaser shall diminish i
30. All of Section 21, in Town- Company. Third Twin Bell Syndicate
price of the rty purchased by
prop or affect the purchase price
(20) ship 42 South Of Range 38 East. and ewiston Home Buildings Asso-
in the
such bidder bidder
or case i
to be paid by the Purchaser-
Lots 14 15 16, 18. 19 and 20 lying South and West of West ciation. such successful bidder
sale to 01
in Section 5. Township 44 X. As in the Decree provided the I
Palm Beach Canal in Palm
All of the right, title, and interestof bidders shall be confirmed.
South. Range 37 East; according Florida. Purchaser, or any: grantee or transfer
Beach County
The Southern Sugar Company in If sale shall not be confirmed.
to plat made by the Trus- any re of the Purchaser may elect to I'I'I
(30) and to the shares of, the capital the deposit made by the successful I
,
tees of the Internal Improvement S& of Section 26 and all of rdopt or continue in force or to re-
stock of Florida Sugar Companyand bidder or bidders for the property'
Fund on file at Tallahassee. 'I I fuse to adopt or continue in force j
South.
34 43
Section Township
| or to receive the same when shall be forwith returned to such, I
lease or other executory contract
Range 37 East. issued, and all of the right, title and bidder or bidders, on his or their demand any in the
which be included
; (21) All of the above-described prop- interest. if any, of The Southern theerfor. I may
SWtt of NEtf. of E% of NEtt j property sold to the Purchaser or
erty in Palm Beach County. Florida, Sugar Company and its Receivers in The deposit made by the succesfu I l'
and S% of Section 11. Township which may constitute an incident
will be sold subject to all judgments -!
and to the shares of the capital bidder or bidders may. in accordance.
44 South, Range. 35 East. thereof or be appurtenant thereto,
, recorded in said county
stock of Florida Sugar and Food with the provisions of the Decree, other
t. Subject to the Mortgage of The against The Southern Sugar Com- Products Company. s be forfeited in the event of his fail:i other than any such lease or into
by
, j executory contract entered
[ Kvetex Realty Company, 'a corporation pany. with order -
All property and interests in prop- ure to comply any requiring said Receivers under the specific

to Trustees of the Internal E. erty of every kind. character and de- payment of or on account in the above- I
of the Court
Improvement Fund of the State of All of the right. title and inter- scription (including all rights, con- of the balance of the purchase price authority :

: Florida., Dated October 28, 1925, est of The Southern Sugar Companyin tracts agreements leases, claims demands The Purchaser. to the extent per- mentioned cause. .I'

r ': recorded in Mortgage Book 162. page the following described lands in .choses in action and sharesof mitted by the 'Decree and otherwisein XI. All questions not disposed of
r 527. Palm Beach County, Florida: by the Decree are reserved for future -
:
with the
stock) at any time acquired or accordance provision s!

r, (22) (1) to be acquired by the Receivers of thereof may turn over to the Special L adjudication. The decree fixes
t EIh of SW% of SEA of Section December 8. 1931, at two o'clock P.
:',., ,W% of Section 17, Township The Souther nSugar Company dur- Master on account of the purchase .
'
42 South. Range 38 East. 21, Township 42 South. M. United States Eastern Standard
distributive value
r ing the receivership and up to the price. at their a s
r .. Subject to the Mortgage covering Range 37 East. date of delivery of 'possession to finally determined. Receivers' Certificates Time. as the time when, and the
All of Sections 5. 6 7 8 9. Court House in the City of Fort
,
: a portion of said property of The the Purchaser or Purchasers thereofat in bearer form andlor claim
16, 17. 18. 19. 20, 21. 28. 29. Myers Lee County Florida. as the
: Southern Southern Com
'Isaac
t Sugar Company to the sale by the Decree directed against The Sugar

, E. King, dated March 29. 1929 re- 30. 31, 32, and 33, Township 41 then held by or for said Receivers. pany finally allowed and established place where the Court will consider ,.. I'

corded in Mortgage Book 217 page South. Range 38 East. except the Reserved Bonds and cash, and entitled. to be paid out of the and determine whether to confirm
(2)) not to confirm any sale under the
or
', 186. but including current assets. mater- proceeds of sale.
Swill of Section 13. Town- Decree reported by the Special Master c'
lieu of the and delivery
(23) ials and supplies; andlor owned by In deposit
41 South. East. and the report of the Special
ship Range-37
All of Section Master of Receivers
26. Township The Southern Sugar Company or to to the Special
If
41 South. of Range 37 East in' i All other lands and interests In which it is or may become entitled. Certificates and or instruments ol f Master with reference thereto.

Palm Beach County, Florida. lands wherever situated owned by not included in the property herein- assignment of claims, the Special l the report of the Special Master off

(24) i The Southern Sugar Company or its before described. Master will accept the certificate o any such sale shall not be filed on or

Subject to the Mortgage of The : Receivers or to which it ,or they are Any and all claims arising out of any bank or trust company acceptable before the time aforesaid, then such !

Southern Sugar Company to Model i entitled or in which it or they have the operation by the Receivers of to the Special Master, that it hearing I will be had at such time and i

Land Company, dated February 15 any interest whether at law or in The Southern Sugar Company of the holds, subject to the order of the:j place to which such hearing so fixed .

1928, recorded in Mortgage Book equity and said lands and interestsin property in and by the Decree directed Special Master. or subject to the or shall be adjourned by the court, or

"- 213. page 382.Beginning. lands shall pass as fully and to be sold. andor| out, of the der of the party therein named and otherwise as the Court by its order

.' at the Southwest completely as i fdescriptions thereof disposition and | or application of the by him transferred to the order of shall determine.XII. .

corner of Lot, 8 of Block 6. in were herein set forth at length. assets and cash coming into the pos- the Special Master. 'Receivers' certi- For a more particular description -

g Hiatus between Township 43 Together with all and singularthe session of ,said Receivers and lor ficates in bearer form and | or claims of the property to be ''sold '

" South and Township 44 South, buildings improvments, ways. otherwise, so far as the same are in against the Company of the required and of the terms of sale. and for the j

Range 37 East; thence North rights. easements liberties, privili- favor of the creditors and stock- character and in the amount specified provisions of said Decree and other

1354.16 feet more or less to ges hereditaments and appurtenances holders of The Southern Sugar Com- accompanied by assignments information. intending purchasersare

the South boundary of Lot 14 to all the property belonging or pany. thereof either to the Special Masteror hereby referred to the Decree,

Section 36, Township 43 South. in any wise appertaining, and all Said sale will be made in the in blank. and to the record in the cause abovementioned -

Range 36 East; thence Easterly rights in r->d to ar>y and all uses of manner provided by the Decree sub- The Purchaser will be credited, on file in the office of

along the South Boundary of any body of water whatsoever natural -. ject to the terms and provisions on account of the purchase price of the Clerk of said Court, and to the

Lots 14 and 15, in Section 36. or artificial and all ,the right. thereof and to confirmation. the property purchased by him. with advisory statements of the Receivers

Township 43 South. Range 36 title and interest of The Southern Article Ninth of the Decree pro- all Receivers' Certificates and claimsso to be filed with the Clerk of the

East, 773.49 feet. more or less Sugar Company and Its Receivers in I vides that the Receivers of The Sou- turned over to the Special MasterIn Court. as directed by Article Fourthof

to the Southeast corner of said in dto land under water or adjoining -! thern Sugar Company not more than part payment of the purchase the Decree.

Lot 15; thence southwesterly: any body of water or In any accretion -' twenty nor less than ten days priorto price, as such sums as would be paidin {Dated, November 6. 1931.

along the West boundary of or alluvion; and all rents. the date originally fixed 'for the respect thereof out of the pro-I W. W. SINCLAIR. '

aforesaid Lot 8 to the point of emblements. issues profits and oth- sale under the Decree of the prop- ceeds of the sale. If the whole

beginning, lying and being er income from all lands or interests erty directed thereby to be sold, by amount of the purchase price were Special, Masterr.

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I FRIDAY NOVEMBER 0, 1931 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGB FIYBA

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1It -ttt: !C -t( 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Boggs were: LIBRARIAN ISSUES her home Monday afternoon in hon- ington. D. C.. Chas. E. Clark. Cov-

? !week-end visitors in St. Petersburg.:1 or of her son, Billy. The occasion ington Ky.. WP.. Jacobs. Clinton,
I
Personal! Mentiony $ being his eighth birthday. I SH.. T. Jones. Fairmont W. Va..

I & R. L. Coker was a recent visitor: CALL FOR BOOKS Those present were:, Dickie Patterson -'W. B. Payment Jackson. Miss., W.

y G in West Palm Beach. Wednesday on Billie and Dickie Owens J.' S. DeubeL Baltimore. Md. Geo. C.:

-tt -t( -tt business.W. Dand Elmer Hooker Sonny Boy Hering, Wilmington, Del., and '

Jr" Blair of Lake Placid. MISSING AT SCHOOL and Harry Vaughn John Mowry W. C. Pender Norfolk Va.
.
:_ was a visitor in Clewiston Tuesday. R. Eve. jr.. of Orlando was a Harvey Bourne. Muncelle Stone

-.I business visitor in Clewiston. Tues 1 Francis Wright. and Walker Fear. Cannibal Cookery
The library committee is this Games were played on the lawn
R. Murray of Fort Myers trans- day and Wednesday. Evidence found in Hungary Indicating -
acted business in Clewiston. Tuesday. week continuing search for some 70a after which refreshments were
the existence of a race of
I books that have been misplaced served.
.' --- Harley Watson of Arcadia made cannibals in the Danube valley thousands
Owen Godwin of Sebring was a business visit to Clewiston recently.E. ., from the shelves in the library at The color scheme was'pink which jf years ago Includes much ma-

business visitor here Monday. L. Ley of Ft. Myers. spent the school building and 'are needed was carried out in the decorationsof te lal relntlng to' their cookery In-
to complete the library. the room and birthday cake.
Wednesday in Clewiston. I dtcnrious are they used roasting
Miss Mae Drew was a week-end The committee requests patrons! Mrs. Davis was assisted ni the en- frying broiling unrl boiling

visitor in Miami.J. : Miss Joy Willingham and Miss:I to make a diligent search of their! tertaining by Mrs. Geo. Terrill. and J ..

Marguerite Roberts of Moorehaven phonies for these missing books and 11rs.Vallace Sloan. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:

L. Taylor county tax collector were: the guests of Miss Evelyn return them.A NEW SECTIONAL BUILDING .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

of LaBelle was a recent visitor in Hare. Sunday. change in library houre is also
Clewiston.' I announced by the committee. The! ASSOCIATION IS FORMED C. E. STEBELDealer

O- K. Fletcher of Tampa was hereon library: is open to the public on, FOR SOUHEKN1 TERRIORY

R. Doe and son. Eric of Moore I! business Monday. Tuesday and I Tuesday and Friday afternoons from''I'' in

Haven attended' the fights in Clew-i Wednesday. 3:15 to 4:16.. Atlanta Ga'-This week marks General Electric Refrigerators

iston Tuesday night. i The missing books are the follow the initial activities throughout the

_____ I r C- Nelson and Raymond C. Blair,I ing volumes: Southeast of a new organization. the ,Electrochef StovesRadios

Oscar: Grantham and R. C. Now-I'! of Jacksonville, transacted business::1 I Peacock Feathers by Temple Bailey Southeastern Group of Building and and Supplies .

ling, motored to Fort Myers Saturday;' here. Tuesday and Wednesday.J. ; Vagenne by Percy Brebier; I I Loan associations, which is planningits Radio Repairing

to spend the weekend.Mrs. 'I' Young Man of Manhattan by Katherine -: first section-wide convention to 1

I M. Blow of Miami. was a Bush; Australia and New Zealand -]I be held here in Atlanta November I Pahokee Florida

;E. ,B Butler and Mrs. Chas i iI I Wednesday business visitor in Clew- by William, Boyce; Spanish! 20-21. The states included in the,. :NNN:..:NN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNM.

I Darcy: were Thursday visitors in iston. II Bayonets. by Stephen V. Benet; The, new United group States compose Building District and 5 of Loan the I........................................................................................................
'. Fort Myers. Man and His Work by Geo. S. Bry-
League. Nine state leagues in this ...
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> H. S. Hanover of De.triot, spent ant; ,Behind That Curtain. by" Earl I --- ;k

Mr. and MrsW.. C- Hooker spent several- days this week in Clewistonon : Derr Biggers. I II area,affiliated with the United States A SANITARY SHOP
Included in the member-
Friday afternoon in West, Palm business.J. I The Black Camel by Earl Derr. League are
ship of the new group.J. .
Beach Biggers The Chinese Parrot by Earl: ALL Barbers Try To Conduct

D. Adkins of Gainesville was Derr Biggers; The Agony Column,; Newton Gordon Lynchburg Va. Shops of Cleanliness
Miss Elsie Hare and Van Cothern president of the new points
Earl Derr group
Talesof
Biggers
a guest of the Clewiston Inn Tuesday by ; Jungle BUT Go That
We
visited Mrs. Cora Cothern in Moore I out that assets of building and loan Beyond
Tarzan. Edgar Rice .
,
while here on a business visit.S. by Burroughs
( Haven .Saturday. Golf by A. Briggs; The Birds of associations in this area. as of December Point, And Give You Sanitary

.. -- W- Ferguson of Miami spent Florida. byHarold H. Bailey; The' 31. 1930' latest available statistics -: Service In All Kinds Of Barber

Miss Louise Waldron and A- W. Tuesday here on business.L. Wolf Hungers by Curwood; Plea for' were approximately $750- Work

Sins motored to Punta Gorda and Old Cap Collier by Cobb; Bondman 000.000 distributed as follows: Dela-

Fort Myers Sunday. E. Hall jr.:. of Tampa, made a by Hal Cain; Glengary School Days ware 15488.721; Maryland. $220.- WE MAKE A SPECIALTY
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business visit to Clewiston. Tuesday by Rolf Conner; Adventures of O'OO.OOOf; Kentucky $118.928,259; OF

Ralph! Falkines has returned to on business.Mr. Sherlock Holmes by Doyle. 1 Virginia $60.439.644; West Virginia. -' RAINWATER SHAMPOOS
$36,252,147; District of Colum-
Clewiston after a week's business Edmond Dante's Sequel. by Dumas
visit in New York. and Mrs. Wallace Sloan recently bia. $75,404.000; Tennessee $18-' CIVIC CENTER
The Way Things are. by A. M. Dela-
'came here from Chattanoogato 399,386; North Carolina $92,192.374 .-
--- ) field; Dr. Lavendar's People, by Mar BARBER SHOPNolon
reside.R. South Carolina $27.000,000
; ; I
I Miss Bonciel Stone and Casey' garet Deland Dahlberg Mary:: by Florida. :
Georgia
6039453. $17.-
Jones spent Sunday in West Palm Dagger; St. Elmo by Evans; The BL Conner, Prop.
L. Adams and E. L. Hays were 828.835; Alabama. $29.434,882. ; and
Beach. dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and J{Hoosier School Master by Eggle- Mississippi. $20,402,096. Practically ,_.-...."............-.....,"" __ .. c.2
Ii ston Afternoon by. Susan Ertz The i
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Mrs. George Terrill. ; community in these states
:1 t Mr. Mrs. R. M. Hare attended every
i: ; and j Yellow Horde by Evarts; Rear
1 which has a building and loan asso-
: the theatre in Pahokee Tuesday 'Admiral Byrd and Polar Expedi-
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones recentlymoved } ciation is expected to be represented
night. by Foster The Amatuer Gen-
I I jticns, ;
into the house formerly occupied at next month's conference. h
leman. by Fnrnel: ; The Story of Robin i
by Mr. and Mrs.. A. 'J. Morgan.Mrs. .
Primary objects of the conferenceare
Miss Mae Drew and Joe Johnosn Hood. by Finnemore; Ravens-
.
Carl Burner. Mrs. M. H.
to concentrate the efforts of
motored to West Palm Beach Thursday ''dene Court by Fletcher; The Man
Crouch. and Mrs. Cecil McDuffie
I cooperative home financing institu-
to attend the circus. of th" Forest. by Zane Grey; Cran-
I spent Thursday afternoon in West tions for the promotion' of systematic -
ford Illustrated by Gaskell.
Palm Beach. saving and home ownership in
Miss Jo Hogan and Phil Peterson
Mr. ,and Mrs. W. ,M. Reddelsheimer The Man Who Never Blundered
the Southeastern states. Several nat-
motored to West Palm Beach Thurs-
and son spent the past week-end I hy ,Glouch;; Soundings by Hamilton ional officers of the United States
day night to attend the theatre.
Oiiibs The Covered Wagon. by i
:
in Miami. I
I League will be speakers.
Hough; Pal of Mine.. King of the !
Biss Wallace and Andrew Beery I The' leadership for the Southeastwas
BOOSTERS' CLUB HOLDSHALLO"TFj'E..V Turf by Hawkes; Trail of Woods;
were Wednesday visitors to West organized in Philadelphia sev-
PARTY Richard Yea and Nay by Hewlett;
Palm Beach. eral weeks ago at the Centennial
I Tanglewood! Tales by Hawthorne.
Convention of the United'States > S'f3 SfsJ yrs Z3A
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The Booster Club entertained witha The Bellamy Trial. by Hart.
Miss Elizabeth West and J. A.Plunk .
/ League. Oficers were chosen there.
Halloween party at the schoolhouse [!
/ tt spent Sunday afternoon in evening. DancinfJ I Uncle Remus. by Harris. The 'StoI and a' board ,of directors has been
Thursday ANNUAL LAND OWNERS MEETING
{ of Films. The
West Palm Beach. ry the by Kennedy; '
I The refreshments I added since. DISTON ISLAND DRAINAGE
/ .- was enjoyed. con- Call of the Wild by Jack London; DISTRICTThe

i Miss Frances Munroe and Camp- sist of punch. sandwiches and cook-'f7hG' a Wolf by Jack London The Besides Mr. Gorton the president I

/ bell Nail attended the' theater in ies. Those attending were: :Misses Gray Terror by London; Emmy Lou the leadership for the new cooper- Diston annual Island land Drainage owners District meeting will of

West Palm Beach Sunday. 'l Jeanette Morgan. Mae Lily Stone.J:;Fcr: Book and Heart Lincoln's Own ation between the building and loan be held at the Court House in Moore
Merel Emma Laura Be- Haven Florida on Friday the 4th
Lily Wynn. The associations in this section includes
McCleur
Yarns and Stories by ;
day of December 1931, at 3:00 o'clock
r Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden. of I thea Annie Mathis Mary Bush. Mildred -( Plastic Age. by Marks; History and Walter B- Hilton Wheeling W. Va.. P. :M. -

r, Moore Haven visited in Clewiston i I Brantley. 'Mary Louise Oglesby "i! Rhymes of the Lost Batallion by first vice president; W. O- Rea. of The purpose of this meeting: Is to
elect one member of the Board of Supervisors
; Betty Spier and Evelyn Hare. j jj Jackson. Miss., second vice president -
Sunday. MrCollum.; Abraham Lincoln. by to fill the expiring term of
______ I j ,Bill Wallace. Lonnie Hooks lIerelLove. Morgan: Towns and People of Mod- Walter R. Hensley Louisville. sec- R. Y. Patterson and to transact such

Vincent G. Newell jr., motored to i' Bobby Hare. Van Bush, Thomas ,-tern Germany. by McBride; Zelda retary-treasurer; and directors. E. I. other presented.business as may properly be

Ft. Pierce recently to complete a Jones. Roy Green. Usler Mathis;, I.Iarsh. by Norris; The Cavalier of Brown. Knoxville. Tenn; A. P. Harris -

musical engagement. William Hooks. Marvin Altman.[ Tennessee. by Nicholson; Life of Albemarle, N.. C., W. A. Patillo. .Chairman J.Board E. FRIERSON."of Supervisors.J. .

George Hooks. Harvey Guithere and I Stevenson for Boys and Girls. by 1 Birmingham Ala., WA.. Slappery :M. COUSE.
J. Miss Kathryn Deam and James A. Halson Avant. .
Stevenson; Twisted Tales by Oyen,Jacksonville Fla., Julius McCurdy. Secretary.NO.
Lee were visitors to West Palm i 222. Nov. 6, 13 20.
Decatur S. Wash-
and Stevenson; Pollanna Grows Up, Quinter
Beach last Thursday evening. YENA'VINEDIETRICHA Ga..W.
(two copies) by Porter; Tish by
" | wedding of prominence which. Innocents 'Abroad by
: Rhinehart; ----
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1 Carl Johnson spent the past weekend took place Saturday was that of

, in Gainesville visiting relatives Miss Alma Deitrich. daughter of Mark Twain.

.-; and attended the Home-Coming: Mrs. Catherine Dietrich of Massi- Buff A Collie by Terhune; Feet Better Breakfasts
between and Florida. .jof Clay. by Tuttle; Touchdown by
!j' game Georgia lon, Ohio to Marshall Edward Yena-
I I I Palm Alonzo Stagg; In Darkest Africa.
wine, of Clewiston. In West
George Augur and family: wereamong Beach. (voulmes 1 and 2) Stanley; At the
'
the many from Clewiston who North Pole. by Jules Verne; WhenA
The marriage was solemnized at
attended the circus. last Thursday Man's a Man, by Wright.
15 o'clock in the afternoon at the
evening in. West Palm, Beach |j parsonage of St. Ann's Catholic The committee. also suggests some I I

I Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Williamson. of; church in the presence of relatives:. of their friends to send the following I I

Clay Center. Kansas. arrived in i and intimate friends The Rev.Father magazines.: selected for their value I

Clewiston the former part of the A. Doherty officiated. Mrs. to the school children 'especially;

. week and plan to spend some time Yenawine's only attendant was : National Geographic. Literary 'Digs I

hereon business. [ Beatrice of Clewiston. Mr. Yena-! eat, Nature Magazine, and the Path-
i ]I
I -' (wine had as his best man John Kettl.1 finder. o -4'

Mrs. E. R- Pace has returned to'also of Clewiston. I

Clewiston after spending the sum-j Before coming to Clewiston to

1''Y"; mer in High Springs. Florida. Thisis reside several months ago. ,Mrs. Ye- PRANKERS BLAMED

Mrs., Pace's third successive win- nawine was a resident of Massilon,

ter in Clewiston.Sam I Ohio. and attended ,schools there.

Mr. Yenawine is the son of Mr. and::1| WITH BURNING CARl

Quincy of West Palm Beach Mrs. George Yenawine of Jackson-

was the guest of Mr. and Mrs- G. O-* yule and formerly resided there l -

Wallace, Tuesday night. He re- He is a graduate of Duval I Destruction of property to. the extent -

turn ::drto, West Palm Beach the following -. School and of the University of: of at least one automobile was

I .:,..';. ':" i morning with Laddie and Al- Florida. I attributed to Hallowe'en pranks s J

' don Wallace: I Mr. and Mrs. Yenawine are making : here Saturday when a Chevrolete e

.... their home on crescent : coupe, the property of B- F. Fears. .
I Breakfast Pears Heat breakfast cloth on
green
Miss, Jewel Lowe. Miss Louise here where :Mr. Yenawine is connected was found ablaze in his garage about Bran Cereal china blossom-sprigged-if you

Waldron. Miss Jamye Williams Miss: with the Southern Sugar CO. 2:30 Sunday morning. Scrambled Eggs and Bacon have that sort-and sparkling

Elizabeth West and Arthur Law- I I The Fears were awakened by Cinnamon Rolls crystal of cheerful color. With the
rence A. W., Sias and Dr. J. W-,I Loosening a 1-1 tie with Moore" smoke pouring into their rooms. af- Hot Beverage cordial aroma of coffee In the air

Ezelle attended Sparks' circus in' HTaven. the Clewiston high school>1 t'ter the fire in the garage had gained have written glow. it should be a most optimistic oc
pens
f West Palm Beach Thursday'night.-- team returned here Monday after. such headway that the entire upholstery POETIC of breakfast timethatgay casion.

I I. __ noon with a close 3-4 victory oVe was destroyed. Possibility of hour which celebrates reunion A Good Beginning

Among those from Clewiston" at the lads: of Moore Haven. Monday'n s I total loss of the car was averted by with the world. But since Breakfast Pears: Drain the

tending the Halloween dance ij l game was a hard fought contest: the actions of J. E. Beardsley who few people feel particularly gay syrup from a No. 2 can of pears

j Belle Glade Friday night were Mrs. from the start as both teams werelj rolled the car from"the garage and or reunited with the world so and place the pears, cavity side

t W. C. Hooker. Misses Jamye Willa determined to come from the field l extinguisred the blaze before fur- early in the morning it is especially -up in a pan. Put a small piece

; iaams. Jeanette Morgan. Boncell 1 with a 2-1: lead in games. ther damage had been doneThe important that the menu be of butter in each pear. Add one-
Stone. Elsie Hare Frances Munroe,, the tempting and the breakfast set- fourth cup maple syrup to the
.I Playing on newly constructed l i property was not, covered by insurl .
ting inviting.The
and
Roberta George,' and Messrs. .Andre r 'liaraond in Moore Haven the loca:1. ance.r pear syrup bring to boiling
Berry. A. L. Hackett. Casey Jones. large number of scores, and afte] 'I menu above not only pour over the pears. Bake for
tastes very good but it has color forty-five minutes in a moderate
Van Cothern. Campbell Nail Victoi team found It difficult to MRS. DAVIS ENTERTAINS ,
rl run up an)r appeal-a harmony of gold and -375 degree-oven. This serves
Blate. Beter Nail, Herbert Blate am L i a nip and tuck game the lead of om FOR SON'S BIRTHDAY brown. Serve it on your sDrl ht.. four persona two half pears each.*
.
--r fr Harvey Guthrie< run gave them the vlctory; ?In. W. A. Davie entertained at;

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> '' CLAY JOHNSON, LAKE: BOATMANIS I "Mightily grew the word, of God Army Engineers Get COUPONFor
DEAD iJ>uttbap cijool and prevailed." It was at Ephesusthat

Apollos. a disciple of' John the Increased Quarters

(Continued From Page One) Baptist, met Aquila and Priscilla FREE Bulbs
icon and was instructed concerning Jes- Tulip
ter this work was finished, "The us, the Christ and was baptized and To provide adequate working' Washington Grown Bulb "}'
Roseada" was operated; on Lake became one of tho greatest preachers I space for the increasing force of the

Tohopekaliga' and. Kissimmee river FOR NOVEMBER 8, 1931. of Christianity. The books and U. S. Army engineers located 'here Are the BestTo
Capt. George Steffee. While the on the federal flood control and
by navigation -
SUBJECT: Paul in Ephesus. parchments burned at Ephesus_were
boat was beached for repairs the GOLDEN TEXT: "Have no fel-I probably guides in the worship of project, a section of the advertise( our. superior bulb

hurricane of '28 destroyed her. lowship with the unfruitful worksof the goddess. Diana, and some con- 'city hall has been set aside for their we are giving away several thousand
"The Lillie" is now owned by use. With work to start the
on
tained formuals. mysteries and incantations -
darkness, but rather reprove choice Giant Darwin Tulips
Capt. E. P. Dann. of Miami. The them." Ephesians 5: 11. of the magicians.. first contract unit some time In
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boat is in running condition and is November, and with the removal of Mall this coupon with.,25 cents
Lesson Text: Acts 19: 8-20."Paul's .
now on Lake Okeechobee. "The Os- the Fort Myers branch of the en- I (no stamps) to cover packing and
ceola" sank in the Palm Beach canal second missionary tour gineers to Clewiston the office
space
and only the machinery was sal- had:: lasted three years. half of Sun SpotsSorry provided In the administration buil- mailing of a sample collection of
12 choice bulbs to bloomin
I guaranteed
which time had been spent in Corinth -
Johnson and Capt.
vaged. Capt. ding of the Clewiston company Is assorted colors.
and it was now to i
the "Lillie"for necessary
Dann and sons operated being found inadequate to gve am-
several months on Lake Okee- return to his starting point Syrian
ple room.
chobee. At this time Capt. Johnson'seyesight I Autioch and report his progress. She Spoke: wellas This offer'expires October 81st

began to fail so fast he But before he could embark he was "How did you get that black eye The drafting department as in Only ono collection for each coupon
a part of the equipment now
stricken. with malaria. On
active work and returnedto probably "
gave up Mrs Higgins? the administration building will be
his old home in Kissimmee. his recovery he set sail for Ephesus. "Well, sir. me 'usband came out of moved Into the city hall at an early Vallentgoed Bulb Co.
Aquila and Priscilla going with
." He was first taken ill in December prison on 'is birthday."
date, it was made known here this
19CO: ,-'but recovered sufficiently to him. He was also accompanied by "Yes." week. Auburn, Wash.ITISTHERULE .

be out on the streets and attended I I Timothy, and probably by Silas. At "And I wished >'im >many 'appy ,

tha February.Shrine He ceremonial left Kissimmee in Tampa in in!Igogue.,I Ephesus He Paul left preached Aquila and in the Priscilla syna- returns." .: )+)o)+:..:.:..........:..)+:.. .:..:..:..:':..:..:':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:':..:..:..:...... ..)):.:..))<
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August to visit his son-in-law and i Ito labor there, and sent Timothy to Easily ExplainedA .S
E. P. Dannin visit the disturbed Galatian churchesand .
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. '
I physician was giving an Informal I I II
Miami. In a few weeks he was report to him at Antioch. talk on physiology. "Also," he remarked -

taken ill again and en October 2'3.I Pressing on to Jerusalem. Paul "It has been found that the

he passed away."CHEVROLET landed at Caeserea. went to Jerusalem human body contains sulphur!"

saluted the church there and Sulphur?": exclaimed one of the girl S AND NOT THE EXCEPTION '
COMPANY LOOKS: went northward to Antioch. to students I
"And how much sulphur Is
OVER 20 YEARS PROGRES which church he related the exten- there in at girl's body?" "Oh. the

sion of Christianity to Europe, and I amount varies." said the doctor,

Detroit. Mich., Nov. 4.Twentyyears the founding of the church at Phil- smiling, "according to the girl." B

ago this past week an infant ippi, Thessalonica. Berea and Cor- "Ah!" said the girl. "And that is
destined for a hardy inth. Some think Paul's letter to THE UNANIMOUS PRAISE OF OUR GUESTS ON THE
company why some of us make better matches -
'" growth( entered the family of auto- the Galatians was written at Antioch than others!" g SUPERIOR TYPE OF SERVICE FOUND AT THE CLEW ,I k

" motive' manufacturers with the incorporation ,His third journey, in which ISTON INN IS THE RULE RATHER THAN THE EXCEP- r--r:
on Nov. 3. 1911 ,of the Timothy and Titus accompanied Bottomless. Pit :
TION. i
Chevrolet Motor Company of Michi- Paul was westward through theTaurus Aunt Liza's former mistress wa!
mountains thence 4 -
through
talking to her one morning when
gan.That Derbe Iconium and Pisidian -
span of two decades cover; Lystra. suddenly she discovered a little
probably the most remarkable Antioch. where Paul left the pickaninny standing shyly behind PEOPLE COMING TO CLEWISTON APPRECIATE THE

growth in this most remarkable of main road and travelled through the his mother's skirts. "Is this your INVIGORATING BREEZES THAT FLOAT 'INTO THE INN

all industries. During the twenty more healthful country, finally little boy: Aunt Liza?" she asked., FROM LAKE OKEECHOBEE. AND THE EXCELLENT
of reaching Ephesus. in Lydia the '"Yes. "
the completion miss dat's Prescription.
years following the Med- B APPOINTMENTS OF THE INN MAKE IT THE IDEAL
Roman
the first Chevrolet nearly 8,000,000 central province on "Goodness, what a funny name
units had been built-a record un- i iterranean shore. Auntie, for a child! How in the i PLACE TO RESIDE.

equalled by any other automotive' Today's lesson says that after world did pou happen to call him
manufacturer in the world. Paul reached Ephesus. "He went that?" -

Twenty years ago the cradle oC into the synagogue, and spake bold- "Ah simply calls him dat becuz Ah i

the infant company was a small ly for the space of three months, has sech hard wuk gettln' him.

workshop on Grand River Avenue. disputing and persuading the things filled."
Detroit where Louis Chevrolet built concerning the kingdom of God." I THE CLEWISTON INN

experimental cars. not more than In the synagogue he. of course The Balance Won Him .

four or five that first year. Today preached to the Jews, and from He had proposed. She tossed her S On The Shore of Lake' Okeechobee
them he always received some con-
numbers
the production organization head haughtily. I" ,
verts who aided him. "But when
twenty domestic plants which pro- "You!" came her scornful reply. i iiJ
divers were hardened and believed
duced a four-year average_ of more "You want to marry me?"
J
'not but spake evil of that be-,
way
than a million cars a year. "Yes", murmured the lover. :J _
Although operations were startedin :fore the multitude. he departed from I "But, my dear boy." she went on .............. ........ ...!. X'.....xxxxxxxx. ..xxx..:..x.'X..:.'X--' >*xMAKE -:-=>
them. and separated the disciples.
Detroit the small shop where the I "you've only known me three days."
disputing daily in the school of one
first car was built soon yielded to a "Oh, much longer than that really -
larger plant also in the Motor City Tyrannus. ." he said. "I've been two years in
Chris- 0 -<"oX- '"Xo'XJx-) The teachings of Christ
Here the company remained until the bank where your father has his
transferred tianity was! called "The Way," account." r S
1913, and then opera- l
nrobably because Jesus said (John Uk
tions to Flint, Mich.:, although New
. York City and Ta rytown. N. Y.. 14:6) "I am the way. the truth Two Sides
the life No cometh unto I YOUR PLACE i
in the and : man "
also occupied prominent places "Do you take alcholic drinks?
the father but by me." Tyrannus
rarly years. asked the temperance advoeate of
As long ago as 1915 the company probably taught some kind of philosophy -' the candidate for office."I PAY! lf

catered the volume field with the and Paul probably used .his must know whether you put "
lecture room at hours when Tyrannus -
introduction of the once-famous that invitation
as a question or an 'f. J:
for its had no classes "And this hay I' ',. '1 .' :(
490" model named price. before give my ,answer said the '
This was the lowest ,price at whicha continued by the space of twol,i candidate. .. '. .. I -, -. -,',,,"", -. .:i.
Chevrolet was ever sold until the years." And representatives of all ''i'! 13: 3'z .
arts of Asia (as then known) :
base price on the 1931 series was reduced One' For EachA : I.
upon the introduction of this heard Paul and carried the mes- firm of solicitors rang up a
liiis last fall, to $475. cages back to their people. "And stock-broker, and the following con: : SETTING CUT r. MY fruit ticcs and ornamental -

God wrought special miracles by versation took place: :f evergreen ;hrubbr)'. Think of the pleasure ,

Local Teacher's Secret the body hands were of brought Paul: so unto that fro the mhis sick man"Good?" morning are you Mr. ,Den- : derived f' om pkl,ing your own home grown' fruit :f ft

: THE SA' INj TO YOU !
Is Announced handkerchiefs or aprons, and the "Yes. who is, this?"
Wedding
diseases departed from them and "This is Hullett, Crafting. Strudge ::: '

the evil spirits went out of them." MInardy, Gowle, & Scarrow." THE COST IS SMALL compared to the returns
(Moore Haven Democrat) You will recall that in Phillipi Paul,
/ "Oh. good morning good morning -
In A small for few fruit
following outlay
Glades county friends of, Miss years.. a
drove the evil spirit out of the good morning good morning .. I
Luella Williams, one of the teachers slave girl who earned money by good: morning." trees and some beautiful flowering plants will

this year in the Moore Haven high sooth- aying. When Jesus sent the f immediately improve the general appearance of

school, will be interested in the announcement twelve disciples out to work (Mat. A Good Scout f
your home grounds and at the same time ENHANCE -
made by her parents 12:1): ) he gave them power over unclean The game warden took in after
Mr. 'and Mrs. F- E. Williams that spirits. Then certain of the two boys who 'were fishing. One j:. ITS VALUE!

Miss Luella was married November vagabond Jews undertook to cast lad got away. {

26th. 1929 to Mr. Harry Cooper of out the evil spirits in the name of "Have you a permit to fish on this OUR REE AND PLANT BOOK free for the

Fort Myers. "Jesus whom Paul preacheth" but estate?" The breathless game war- TODAY
asking. SEND FOR IT It is full of valuable .-
The ceremony which was kept se- the evil spirit answered them "Je- den exclaimed.

cret until Sunday, took place in Pun- sus I know and Paul I know but "Sure I have." k information.

ta Gorda with Judge Roberts offici who are ye? And the man in whom "You have? Then show it to me."

ating. Mrs. Cooper was graduated the evil spirit was (not the spirit) The boy showed his permit.

from Fort Myers high school in the leaped on them (the vagabond "Why did you run when you had Griffing's Interstate Nurseries

class of 1927! and later attended the Jews) and'overcame them. this permit?" Macclenny Fla.
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Florida! State College at Tallahassee. :so that they fled out of the house "To let the other boy get away. I :
'}!r. Cooper is the son of Mr. and naked and wounded. He didn't have-any." ,""

Mrs. Hugh M. Cooper, of Fort Myers. In Ephesus magicians then made The cloud' of depression, says the .H 000 0 O c --=.. :-:..: x.. -
He was also a member of the grad- their living as fortune-tellers do Punta Gorda Herald, is ,Hoovering .

uating class of 1927 in the Fort My- now When Paul cured the people, ,over the country.

cr high school and is now an agent and the magicians failed. "This was -o- tG g tycg tc gtgggc for the Gulf Life Insurance companyin [mown to all the Jews and Greeks Simile recently sprung by the :

, Fort Myers.BENEFIT Iso dwelling at Ephesus; and fear Pathfinder.-"Scarce as the name Going to p

fell on them all, and the name of times: are those in which Scotch jokescan
DANCE AT CLUBROOM I TYBEE BEACH? ::1|
the Lord Jesus was magnified. And apply to anybody. or JACKSONVILLE
IS WELL ATTENDED
many that believed came. and -o-
A benefit dance given by the Wo- :hewed thqir deeds." A ,similar Horse sense is the sort that enables STOP AT

mans club at the Club Room in the thing happened when Simon offered the animal to take care of itself I HOTEL SAVANNAH |

attended by dancers from Moore the disciples money for the when the driver was engaged at

Haven and neighboring towns. ower to give to others the Holy something else-'-Tampa Times. Savannah, Ga.

Mrs. C. C. Klutts was in chargeof Ghost (Acts 8: 18-24). It is a Judging from the number of auto |
HOTEL SEMINOLE
tho arrangements for the dance. dangerous thing to use the work of accidents what we need now is for .

The Wallace orchestra from Clew- God as a mere means of profit. someone to invent a machine that Tacksonville, Fla. '

iston furnished music for the occasion 'Then "Many of them also which has[ horse sense. :zf MODERN FIREPROOF .

and a neat sum was realized used curios arts brought their I
IN EVERY ROOMy
which will be used by the Womans books:> together, and burned them The wild deer in Lee county are
Radio Loud Speaker Rates Posted on Door
Club to start a fund to complete the Before all men: and they counted'coming to be habitual topers according -
Electric Ceiling Fan Soft Water
furnishing. a kitchen. the price of them and found it fifty to a Fort Myers news item, which
------.-. 'housand pieces of silver" Confes- states that the deer sample the mash w MOST CENTRAL LOCATIONS u

Lost One Customer ,ion without reformation is usually around moonshine stills, get drunk RATES V

Customer (telephoning) Say of:> small value. James said (Jas2 and fall easy prey to wily hunters.All WITHOUT BATH $1.50 UP '

three of those apples you sent me -18.) "Shew ms thy faith without of which goes to show that when WITH BATA 92.50 UP I

were rotten; I'll bring them back. ill)' works and I will shew. thee my a deer starts drinking he Uses no CHAS. B. GRINER, Mgr.
Merchant -Never mind your word p'th by my works." tiore sense and judgment about: it ] :

t in. juet J as good BB the apples. After Paul's work at Ephesus. tban a. man.-Ocala Star, +ti JJofltlfN.. i

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