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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: August 18, 1933
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUJIE 7. NUMBER 32. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, August 18, loss. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 YEAR



ACCURATE INFORMATION IS TO BE CRATE OF PEARSIS HAILS LEGION'S REEMPLOYMENT HELP IN DRIVE INVESTIGATOR IS

I.
SHIPPED TO Gen. Hugh S. Johnson, National
FURNISHED IN CASE OF STORMSA
Recovery Administrator, has expressed HERE MONDAY ON
; PRES. ROOSEVELTA deep appreciation of the enlist-
system of, providing accurate in-' -- ment of the American Legion in the
formation on the progress of tropi- provement, Fund in Tallahassee with fight for the President's reemploy- FEDERAL PROJECTMaj.
cal wind disturbances'wlll be given the' same frequency it is received by letter of appreciation from ment program."It .

4 residents of South Florida by the the South Florida chapters. This President Roosevelt's secretary was gives me a great personal thrillto

R U. Government, according to a will keep the Tallahassee officials received here this week by Fred hear that my comrade in more B. C. Dunn, district engineer:
statement made Tuesday by Nat. C. posted on the possibility of damageto Whidden for the first crate of local than 10,000 American Posts are in i I of the War Department, of Jackson.,

Wilson, field representative of the this section of the state. avacodo pears to be shipped this the fight to make the President's I I ville, and J. H. Shoenberg, representing
g.i i, national Red Cross. Mr. Wilson, at Fred C. Elliott, engineer for theI. season. The fruit was grown on plan a success," he said. "Legion I Secretary Ickes, or the Depart
a meeting of regional Red Crossheads I. Board, suggested to the regional Mr. Whidden's place on Nine Mile members, always loyal, are partic-' ment of the Interior, made official
in West Palm Beach, said accurate meeting of the Red Cross ,representatives canal ularly well equipped to help the Pres- visits to the lake section Monday to

information would be sent that a drive be carried on in Since the shipment of the first ident carry on. They are well or- Inspect the federal levee project now
t' out to the Red Cross chapters each the Everglades to provide funds to crate to President Roosevelt, other ganized, they have high standing in under way. The direct view of nits

four hours two days before high care for transportation and susti- shipments have been made to various their communities, and they know situation was in regard to the necessity -.

winds are scheduled to blow across nence In the event of an evacuationof parts of the .state, and good prices how to strike hard for victory. It Is of continuing the work of the
r' the tip of the Florida peninsula the territory, but he was told by were had for them. a glorious battle which should enlist navigation and flood control work in.

jind information, will be given Dr. W- J. Buck, of Belle Glade, that The letter from the 'White House the heartiest support all redblooded the Lake Okeechobee area.
hourly on the day preceeding the such a' drive is impossible at this says in part, "the President requestsme Americans such as the Legion- Mr. Shoenberg will report to the

slated arrival of high winds. time, but that the matter would be to thank you heartily for writingand naires. I knew they would be in the secretary of Interior immediately upon
The information will be 'gathered taken up in this area' next year: Mr. for the delicious Avacado pears thick of it." his return to Washington.
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at Washington by the national Red Elliott replied that the state stood which you' were good enough' to send Although representative madeno
Cross chapter from the U. S. Weather ready to give any assistance in the him. He is pleased to receive the public statement of his impressions
bureau, sent to West Palm Beach, I event of a threatened disaster, just fruit and deeply appreciates ''your LOCAL COUNCILTO of the work here, it is believed

as a central station, and from that !as it has in the past. thought of him in this connection. ." that he was favorably impressed and

- pr city the reports will be relayed to I A committee was authorized to Avacodo pears are one tropical that his report will carry a reconv.
each chapter in the area likely to select certain concentration camps, fruit just now being raised'in this BEGIN NRA mendation that the project be con.

be affected. The information will make the necessary contacts and take section for commercial purposes and tinued. He seemed greatly impressed -,

be official and will be posted as soon any action it deemed advisable in promises to be a very importantcrop. DRIVE THIS "WEEKThe by photographs taken after the
as it arrives in one of the following establishing permanent concentration high water damage in the lake area
places in Clewiston: The Clewiston camps to which residents of in 1926 and his general reaction

News office, the Post office, or the South Florida could go in 'case of first objective in the NRA indicated that he regarded this pro.

:; Western Union office. necessity. The Roebling' estate, at MIAMI BIBLE CLASS drive for the Clewiston sector will ject of major importance.

Provision has been made in case Red Hills, and a point on the Sea- begin tomorrow morning when the Mr. Shoenberg' himself a former
l. the telegraph wires are out of com- board railroad West. of the Kissim- three aides and their assistants will engineer and contractor, was in position -

mission to get the information over, mee river, were prominently mentioned RECEIVES 'GLADES'REPRESENTATION move out to make a complete cen- to understand the exact natureof
licensed 'short'wave radio stations as being the most advisable loca- sus of the employed and the unem- the work to be done in the Ever.

along the east coast and this will ins tions, although the matter was left ployed persons in the East end of glades.
turn be distributed through tele entirely within the discretion of the this county. The district engineer and Mr,

phone or other telegraph services committee which is to be appointedby Arthur W. Lawrence and Bob Wal- Schoenberg were accompanied in thq

into the Everglades.In J. Alex. Arnett, chairman of the dron will make a survey of the zone inspection trip over the Lake Okee-
the event the telegraph lines regional group. The Everglades delegation which from the Industrial canal to the chobee project by Lt. N. H. Hemmen-
North of West Palm Beach should be The Clewiston chapter was represented attended the Olympia Bible Class in ;Palm ''Beach county line. way, engineer in charge of the sub..

temporarily out of commission dur- I by Charles Lovvorn. Miami Sunday morning were received The second zone, Clewiston northof I office at Clewiston, E. W. Diggea
ing a tropical storm, a portable most cordially, the report, and the I assistant engineer and F. A. Flanders
the A. C. L. tracks, will be under '
short-wave station mounted on an program furnished by the Evergladeswas chief inspector.The .
Roy Green W. B. Furgess, and Char-
automobile, will be rushed into the ,LOCAL MAN HAS heartily received by the mem- lie Miner. Secretary of Interior also had
stricken "area to gather accurate information bers of the class present and by a representative studying the proposed .
The third 'zone, Clewiston South of
and this will be sent back the radio audience. cross 'state canal which is being
the. A. C. L. tracks, will be in chargeof
-. to the central office, and will be for- NARROW ESCAPEIN la a short talk Dr. W. J. Buck, of Charles Lovvorn, Ed. Butler and contemplated for North Florida.
,' worded to the other chapters as soon Belle Glade, corrected the Impression, Carl Berner. The reports on the Florda projects

1 as possible. CUBAN REVOLTH. left: by the old Frye's Geogrphy, that The survey will be continued from will be made in Washington in a
, Will Seek Radio CooperationThe the ''Everglades was a dismal, swampy day to day until details of the situ- few days.TAX .
Red Cross will accept'' this jungle but told his listeners that it ation here is gathered. Everyoneis
information, coming from Washington was a vast plain of the "richest soil. COLLECTORS ARE EXTENDING .
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J. B.
-',",_: ""' > Scharnberg, superintendent requested by Father Finnegan,
as the only official pre-storm information in the world."
of production of the U. S. Sugar He told the listen- who is at the head of the NRA work: 1932 ROLL
and will ask the radio Corp. here, returned Monday from ers that the section represented by here, to give these men every cooperation -I
stations in Miami to give publicityto the three towns
Cuba after having ,narrowly escaped present, Clewiston, 'especially in giving the TALLAHASSEE, (FNS) Sixty-
these reports to their listeners, Belle
Glade
death at the hands of a frantic mob and Pahokee, made an- exact information, which will be held seven Florida tax collectors are busy
and will ask that other informationand
of antl-Machado enthusiasts, who nual shipments of 5,000 car of vege- here to be used in whatever way it extending on their tax rolls the 1932
reports, which, are' not official were intent on taking the life of Or- tables as well as 60,000 tons of raw can best be used in furthering the taxes on delinquent state owned tax,;
will not be broadcast. 'This request este Ferrera, former Cuban secretaryof sugar, aside from these two main resources -I President's reemployment campaign. certificates, so as to be able to col.
will be made as a result of confusing I this
state. section is making ,other i It is hoped that all this information lect these taxes the same as current
3 data which has been given out .
shipments of
Mr. Scharnberg's baggage, includ- produce, and fruit. The will be compiled late in the week. taxes and permit the owners of the
over these stations in the past and section is
ing his pass-port papers, were confis- potentially a cattle and Meanwhile Father Finnegan will delinquent properties to take advan..
has led to much confusion along the cated and destroyed by the angry dairy country, he said. He told of make a canvass of the businesses in tage of the great savings under the
east coast,and especially in the Ever- the 2000 farm ,
acre -of the state near
mob at the Pan-American airport in Clewiston. After all this prelimi- Futch bill.
glades. Havana Saturday afternoon. Mr. Belle Glade on which the state plansto nary data is compiled and checked, The Supreme Court has ruled that
The information gathered at'Wash- Scharnberg had booked passage on produce ,all vegetables needed for the NRA group will move into the all 1932 taxes and taxes ,for the next
ington will be sent to the Governor
in
use the state institutions.The .
the plane in,, which Ferrera made his next objective. (Continued on page 6)
; or' the Trustees of the Internal Im- federal levee about the south
; hurried ,exit from the island.
and east shores of Lake Okeechobeewere
Only a few passengers were book-
ed to leave onl the clipper ship of the also mentioned in' Dr. Buck's
s RECOVERY CHAIRMAN URGES EVERYONE TO
HENDRY-COLLIER
t. Pan-Ameircan air ways that afternoon talk, and he gave the assurance that I
which was scheduled to leave when completed this project would
I TAKE AN ACTIVE PART IN NRA CAMPAIGNBy
i GAME LAW HELD at 3:00 o'clock. The passengerswere provide adequate 'protection to prop-
I telephoned that the ship erty from possible damage by high

Would leave at 2:20, and advised to waters. ( Gen. Hugh S. Johnson) I II am sure.
INVALID BY JUDGE hurry to the airport. Mr. Scharn The speaker also mentioned the Since the inauguration of the Pres-" Now this enormous addition to the

berg received the message just a few possibility of forming an Everglades ident's emergency reemployment cam- mass buying power of our people
$)i minutes before the departing time, Men's Bible class, similiar to the paign, the statement has been made through reemployment and higher
Circuit Judge George W. White- and hurriedly packed his baggage, Olympia class, and said the sponsors many times: This is a real war in wages will, as one can quite readilysee
hurst ruled Tuesday that the Fire in order to be at the airport in time might call on the Miami organizationfor which we are engaged." Possibly place large additional burdenson
Arms law affecting Hendry and Collier for the take-off. He did not know assistance in getting the move- many persons may have felt that the employers of labor. Therefore.
counties was unconstitutional I the reason for the hasty departure of ment started. such statements merely were the out- the great 'mass of Americans must
and released J.V.. Walker, Lee I the plane. Clewiston's part on the program bursts of well-intentioned but rather rally to the support of these loyal

county sportsman, who had purposely Arriving at the airport a few min included two violin duets, by Roy over-emphasized emotion. There are employers who have signed with the
allowed himself to be arrested to utes before 2:20 he had his baggage Green, Jr. and Miss Athlea Ford, no soldiers marching along our Presi.dent's'agreement and supply the

test the lav.Valker ready to be placed on the plane for accompanied by MrsW.. B. Furgess. streets, no bands are playing martial compensating patronage and support.
\ was arrested last Thursdayby when the ex-secretary of state arrived. The morning prayer was conductedby airs to encourage the enlistment of You can tell who these employersare

sheriff Thorpe of Collier countyfor ,An angry mob of ABC'c beganto Rev. Furgess, pastor of the Clewis recruits, no list of casualties are by the Blue Eagle which they
carrying fire arms in. the woods storm the airport and the pilot ton Community church. coming in from the front, no foreignfoe will display in their establishments.The .
without having paid the $25 license pushed Ferrera into the plane and Among those from Clewiston in attendance is seeking to land an Invadnig women of America control a
fee required by the law passed at took to the air. were: Mr. and Mrs. T. B. force upon our shores. Yet, the fact major amount of the buying powerof

the last legislature. The Tropical While some of the ABC's were Shelley, Mr. and 'Mrs. H. R. Hall, remains that we are at war: with an the country. I have heard it"
Sportsmen's club, of Ft Myers, was firing machine gun bullets at the Mr. and Mrs-, A. A. Monroe, Miss enemy that has invaded our shores quoted as high as 80 'percent. The
'' .,: the guiding spirit behind the test departing plane, others began to Frances Munroe, Campbell Nail,,JohnK. and reduced one third of our popu-. women of the Nation have it within

> case. ransack the baggage at the airport Mowry, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green, lation to destitution, thereby caus- their power to throw the business of
,
'r I' J. Bowers Campbell and S. Watts believing it belonged, to Ferrera and Roy Green, Jr., Miss Athlea Ford, ing, perhaps, as great a sum totalof the Nation into the hands of the
Iy :,,', Lawler, Ft. Myers attorneys, acting contained a part of the the Billy Deam, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. suffering as any war in which this Blue Eagle firms.
money
: "'k( ,in defence Walker, contended that I ex-secretary was said to have taken Davis, Miss Marcia Avant, Miss Ulla nation ever engaged.And Many of these merchants have
ir, Y the law discriminates against resi-," with him. Mr. Scharnberg stood by Jacobsen, Clyde Baker Mr. and it is in this spirit that the gone into the campaign feeling that
} dents of Lee county and others in I i and watched the mob tear his baggage Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Jack Moorman, I people of America should view the their profits will be tremendously
this section. They argued that it,r to shreds, many of the pieces Pat McGehee, Mr. and' Mrs: 'J. A. present situation. For the first time curtailed for a while-possibly wiped
was unfair to require a resident of i being taken the- McGehee, Rhunnell McGehee, Wilber our forces have been drawn up out entirely.-but it is the price they:
I away by mob'as souvenirs -
any other county to be required to still believing it belonged to McGehee, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker, against our enemy and the nation is are willing to pay the restore national
pay a fee of $25 to carry firearms Ferrera. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Niblack, Mrs. ,now moving to the attack with solidarity prosperity. We are in duty bound to

in Collier, Hendry or Glades coun- One of the lieutenants made pro- Ruth Drinkwater, Rev. and Mrs. W. that is so typical of our'coun- support and protect them. We must
tics when the residents of those fuse apologies to the innocent victims B. Furgess, Mr. and Mrs. Foster try when confronted by a great crisis. not go through another winter suchas
could secure a license to carry arms of the mob's wrath for the conduct Meredith, Mr. and Mrs. Zerney This is a peculiar war, and be- the last three have been.It .
in their own county for only one I and loss of property, but none Meredith, Miss Eunice Meredith, J. cause of its c111arity-its dissimilarity is impossible to over emphasizeto
f-" ) dollar. They also contended that the I of it was restored. L. Morgan, Mr. and lIrs.V.. C. from anything that 'ever has the Nation the great seriousness
law, if upheld, would tend to drive Mr. Scharnberg was forced to a- Owen. been witnessed In any country at any of the situation, and the tremen-
sportsmen into Lee county and that I wait the departure of the plane the time before-the women of the land dous responsibility that rests upon
such action would virtually exter- following day before returning to CLASS INCREASES can play really a more important them at this tme. We In Washington -
minate the game of that county. the states. The adults Bible class of the Community part ,than would be the case if we who are working] in this drive
The law was of a local nature, although church has' tripled in size in were sending our boys to some "Over against unemployment, are countingon

based population figures, SCHOOL LIBRARY OPENS the past three weeks, they report. A There." them to back us up loyally and
and included Gl ies 'county, but it membership and attendance contestis Our objective in this war is the vigorously. The watchword is "Look
\ was not known in Glides county that The school library will be open being conducted, the class being reemployment of 6,000,000 persons for the Blue Eagle." Buy at Blue
the law had inclu&"N, it until the I each Wednesday afternoon from four divided, into two\ groups, the Red's before winter, in addition to wide- Eagle establishments. Buy Blue
county judge was officially informed I to five o'clock. A member of the and the Blue's. Mrs. E. C. Mills is spread increases In wages With this Eagle merchandise. And buy Just
I
that' the law wan hold! unconBtl- P-Tr A, will be in charge of tho 11. captain of tho Hluo'g and Mrs, A. 0. objective reached! ( wo shall have brol no llbiraily as your .puruo will pars

lUtiOllU}. I bury each }vep1(1)<. Ward 1 Is captain of tlifi Hell''g. 6fl the back of the depreselon.! !( Of lhl! )lilt,



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The Clewiston News REAL TEST :NEXT FALL air circulation beneath them. Most
dark moist i
termites travel through ,

Published every Friday in Clewiston, TOO LATE TO BY The real test of the Futch act places under buildings or through
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Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, RUSSELL KAY allowing a 20-year moratorium on foundation walls so they may return '

Inc. CLASSIFY unpaid taxes will not come until to the ground to their nests and for .

I next fall when the taxes for 1933- water. In case they cannot find a

Entered as second class matter I 34 are due. suitable passage, they will build a .}k

February: 1, 1927, at the Post Officeat I When I was passin' out orchids to heads about makin' some kind of investment By that time taxpayers generally small continuous tunnel, like that r'

Clewiston, Florida, under the Act Earl Brown and his associates the down here. They'll be on will have discovered whether the of a mud dauber, around the im- 1

of March 3, 1S97. other day for the way they put Flor- the lookout for the worth-while op act makes tax payment unnecessary penetrable material. The simplestway

ida over the top at the World's Fair, portunities.If by destroying the penalty for to prevent termite ,damage Iso

I overlooked mentionin' a little guy we're smart enough we'll makea non-payment, or whether it is in : take proper precaution before '

A newspaper devoted to the best who occupies as important a posi- fuss over them, go out of our way fact a good law and one that will I construction commences, states District -

Interests of Hendry county, Florida. tion as anyone we've got up there. to help 'em see the. country and en- I bite if tampered with by continued Forrester C. H. Schaeffer of the

It's leading newspaper. George Clements, director of public- joy themselves. Our job is to show] refusal to pay state' and county Florida Forest Service. Buildings ,

ity.Talk 'em Florida and make 'em like it. taxes. should be constructed high enoughoff

Subscription rate, per year.$2.00 about your human dynamos.This Maybe they'll ask a lot of foolish The last year taxes now are a- the ground to permit free air

Outside of State of Florida--....$2.50 boy George is a whole power- questions, park In the wrong place, bout '70 percent or better collected.We circulation beneath them. Air circu- "

I house all by himself. For months turn left at the wrong corner and do not expect to see a rush of latIon is ,especially important in the

before the Fair opened George was get messed up with our obe-way the remaining 30 percent to pay corners. 'In addition, it Is usually

Business Office, Clewiston News, poundin' the works out of a typewriter streets. How you and I and the cop their 1932 taxes and so begin to highly desirable to cap foundation

Clewiston, Florida. Editorial and tellin' the world what Floridawas on the corner' react to these little qualify for 'the 20 year moratoriumon piers and walls with non-corrosive

Advertising, same. gonna do in Chicago. slips will have a lot to do with how those unpaid for 1931 and pre- sheets of metal allowing the edges ", '

Since he's been up there he's work- long they stay here, how much they ceding years. But when the new crop to extend several inches beyond the f,

ed 16 hours a day. Through his spend, and whether or not they'll !
WHAT is ready for the harvest and $150- piers or wall. In some cases it is
YOU CAN DOSince untiring efforts the story of Florida come again. 000,000 in additional assessable values advisable to use timbers, joints and '

and the Florida exhibit has been given We can call 'em saps, bawl 'em have been added to the rolls of sub-flooring which have been pres- _.

the beginning of the NRA I space in the leading newspapers out and hand 'em'a ticket and a dirty the state, then we can determine sure treated with some wood pre- "

movement questions have been com- 'and magazines of the country. On look, or we can set 'em right witha whether the law is operative or not. servative. 'f '
ing in from all sides, "What can I top of all that he's handled hundredsof cheery smile and laugh with 'em '
do do If the general run of taxpayers Preventative measures, practiced ,F 1:
to my part? radio programs; made a fuss over Instead of at 'em. Remember, it is become convinced by that time when construction is being done, are '
Most of us are: not employers. We newspaper man, writer, colum- the little experiences people have in :.':
I every that they will join the delinquentswho inexpensive and easily applied and 1
can not put extra men on our pay nist, or what have you, that he could a community that cause 'em to like have been enjoying all these if put into practice will materially :
rolls, and we haven't hoarded .,
any lay hands on. or dislike the pla'ce. 'If. they find reductions and good adjustments, lessen the toll of $29,000,000 annual .

large amout of money which we Most of the publicity men up there people courteous and pleasant it gets we may have trouble. There is termite damage to farm buildings :'
can turn back in circulation to, act content to break the whenit under their skin. The lingers
were news '
memory nothing' in the Futch act to changethe in the south. ,)
as the needed stimulus' to business, happened, but not George. He and the mental reaction is foreclosure penalties for fail-

but nevertheless, we can do ourpart.For out and made it If favorable.
stepped happen. ure, to pay taxes on property whichis TO BE AN EXCEPTION
instance, there are many a celebrity was on the grounds, he'd Being friendly to our visitors Is now paid up. Its liberal provisionsare

houses which need a little repair hunt 'em up and drag 'em ever to very much worth while and it pays only for the tax dodger or the Mistress-So, Jane, you are get- .J

done about them. a few window the Florida exhibit, snap their pic- big dividends. The mocking birds, delinquent who for the past four or ting married. But remember, mar- '.' ,:, .:. t

screens, needing replacing. a little ture eating a Florida orange, or fond- palm trees and sunshihe( will do (five years has not paid.It riage is not always a joy. '
needed here and .
paint of them there. none lin' a giant tarpon. The next day it ,their little act, and we can count on will be interesting to see if Maid-"
will take large expenditures][was headlines and front pages. 'em, so if we'll just do our part we many of the delinquents reform be luckier than you were.--Answers "

of money and you may ask, how that I Hardly a day goes by that Florida can make the 1933-34 tourist crop and begin paying, and it those whoso (London)
little bit do toward
can anything doesn't get a break in the Chicago yield the greatest, return on record far have paid, become disgustedand .

stimulating business and employ- papers- No other state has been Let's make 'em feel so much at quit.-Miami Herald. c_:
ment In this vast nation. Quite Do your part for the NRA. :
favored as we have and this little home while they're here that they 'Y

true, your bit is small, and perhapsyou guy Clements is to blame for it. just won't care to leave. If we do I '

will have to figure closely and The result of it all will be a record that we can take down a lot of these Termites Eat Way +
IN ,THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE :r
do a part of the repair work your- I .
breakin' tourist crop next season. "For Rent" and "For Sale" signs II
self. Well and It will I TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
good. add
Thousands of people are thinkin andtalkin' that have been clutiterln' up the OF' FOR '
to the builders business All kinds of methods have been FLORIDA IN AND '
some supply Florida I ,
right now, people who landscape.And HENDRY COUNTY. ,
which in turn will aid the railroad, used to get into the social registerbut
who had never thought. nor talked while we're standin' on the I IN CHANCERY. ;
the planing mill and the man in the the termite is probably the first 'I
Florida before. corner waitin' for the big parade we W. G. TROXLER, as :
woods cutting timber; or it will help to eat its way into it. Recent news
If you don't think they're comin'down might 'powder our nose and fix our successor trustee, ;
the paint buisness, or give a paintera I here, you're just wrong. They hair and get all set to knock 'em fora dispatches from New York, state Plaintiff, '\
little work, but each bit will be that the termite is quite plentiful .
are not gonna thumb their way loop. Cut the weeds, throw the
SUGAR'iAND
just that much toward II I in of the city and it DEVELOPMENT :,
giving ,the either. They'll come in Pullman tin cans in the ash barrel in the alley, some parts as
business of the nation that needed is a voracious eater of cellulose it COMPANY, A corporation, et 'aI:1.
cars or drive their own chariots or paint up, patch up and get all pret-
boost. When totalled all has doubt eaten its into Defendants.
throughout I maybe ride the bus. Most of them ty. Appearance counts for a lot witha no way ;,
the states such actions the it is of richor ORDER OP PUBLICATION
on part society as no respector
are comin' to rest, and recreate but town or city just as it does with a
of citizen who will book mansion of Affidavit for order of publication
do this
every poor, or rug,
i a lot of 'em will have ideas In their human being.Promptly
'much in the patriotic endeavor, will shack. having been filed as required bylaw

turn the trick of restoring American Florida folks are well acquaintedwith .

......................... .... ................. IT IS ORDERED that the defend-
business and American labor whereit : : : : : : : : : : : : :w: : : : : : : : : : :"!: turning to his ever-ready the termite but usually call it .',
ants, E. W. Stubbs and Harriet A.
rightfully belongs. source of information he said: "Pa, the white ant or wood louse. Old I Stubbs, his wife, James Colleran and s

Most of us here in Clewiston have BagasseCan't does bigamy mean a man with one' residents were wise to its ways and. Mrs. James Colleran, his wife, G. W. .,

always taken a keen pride in our wife' ,too many?" Now father had were not bothered with it much, as McCray and Mrs. G.: W. McCray, his {

homes and yards, but there is af- ..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..):..:..:..:..:..:..:..:( come in rather late from "the lodge" they built their houses, cabins, and wife, Henry L. Green and Mrs. Henry !
to'do L. Green his wife do c:
forded an opportunity your bit the night before and his wife had other structures clear of the ground, appear upon

by hiring one or two (or more if help but wonder if there is been awakened. He replied: "Not which permitted plenty of light and the Rule Day in September, 1933, '

you can) for a few days to change I the same being the 4th day of Sep- "_
any significance in the fact the Sec- necessarily, son, I have known men '
tember, 1933, to the bill of com-
things around.. .make improvements retary Ickes appointed a man named with one wife too many who were plaint filed; in this cause to foreclose .;:

'.' .. or to clear a vacant lot. These "Waite" to make a study of the note bigamists." Proving that it's forROSES a certain mortgage or deed of trust;

are a few of the little things you can proposed cross state canal across the best, to' take your shoes off when else the allegations of said bill will

do, and things which you will be northern part of Florida. coming in late. be taken as confessed by said de-.

proud of having done when, a few I I OoOoOoOoO OoOoOoOoO fendants. .
years from now, you look back and' IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
\ .. realize how the concerted efforts of Out in Sierra Madre, Calif., they Are you one of those who are so this order be published once a
had an election a while which welcomed in a golf foursome invitedto see
i the American people put American ago week for four consecutive weeks in

business and American labor back was decided largely by the cats' dance, or other sports, 'yet slighted The Clewiston News, -a newspaper

., on their feet, after the panic of '32. meows and the roosters crows. So at the bridge table? If you are JOHN :II. MQWRY published in Hendry-County, Florida.

General Johnson has said that the much argument had been raised on (or if you're not) you will find much DONE AND ORDERED at LaBelle,

k NRA plan cannot fail unless the people allowing cats to do ,their nocturnal i common sense in the following lines Florida, this 31st day of July, '1933.

fail to wooing and roosters to greet the taken from the bulletin board of FOR (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
cooperate. Knowing the
American morning'sun (they do have sun in the Knickerbocker Whist club room: CLEAN, COMFORTABLE ROOMS I WM. T. HULL,
people' as he does, he fully -
i \ realizes that the NRA movement Calif.) that it became a major issue Mr. Perfect Player is the only man and TASTY. APPETIZINGFOOD Clerk of said Court.

: will have the active cooperation of in a city election. We are told by our qualified to criticise. He is not a EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER, =
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I 4 Mrs. F. R, Maxwell, Prop. 4, 11, 18 25 Sept. 1.
t The "New Deal" has shuffled out : greetings by a vote of 683 to 344. your partner, pay for it. ;

.,.,. a deck of Blue Eagle cards-and All of which goes to prove that 'you Post mortems should be brief. ';;:

;" : all can't hinder Nature, nor keep Cali- Criticisms should be taboo. Both are ,

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FRIDAY; August 18, '1933.' -- THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE THBEB
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NOTICE Description Acres Owner Amount

t uribaC oolIf NOTICE is hereby given that the following described lands, or so Lot 11, Block 207 .... A. B. Farmquist .................. 4.62
much thereof as' will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein Lot 19, Block 207 .... Amelia M. Hall .........'......... .' 4.14'
set opposite to the same, together with the cost of such sale and ad- Lot 20, Block 207' .... James P. Carroll .......:....._. :4.14:
If Jrcs50n advertising, will be sold at, public auction on the 4th day of September, Lot 1, Block 208. .... R. H. Isaacs ...................:.,.. !6.06,'
Lot ,2 Block 208 .... R. H. Isaacs ..... .. ;
I the Hall of the of ..... ....._... ; 4,14'Lot'
1933 beginning at twelve o'clock noon, at City City
i .7'jt (. .3, Block 208 .... W. A. Isaacs .............:.......... :3.18
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I AUGUST 20, 1933. Clewiston, Florida. Lot 4, Block 208 .... W. A. Isaacs .........,.......... : 3.18'Lot
I I' SUBJECT: Samuel. Description Acres Owner Amount ,,5. Block 208 .... W. P.' Didlake .................:.: 3.18
: Golden Text: "Serve the Lord I Lot 6, Block 208 .... W. P. Didlake ...................: ;3.18
heart." 1 Samuel So. 85 ft. of Lot 9 Lot 7. Block 208 .... Lawson Payne .................... 3.1S
with all your Block 9 .................... Alston Drug Co ................$60.60 Lot 8. Block 208 .... M. Hule .........................?:.. : 3.18
t t. 12:20. Lot 9, Block 20' ........ GladesHendryIotor Co... 6.30 Lot 9, Block 208 .... J. W. Hule .................:...... .' '3.18
. Lesson Text: 1 Samuel 3 : 1-10; Lot' 10, Block 20 ........ R. E. Kurtz ........................ 6.30C. Lot 10, Block 208 .... J. W. Hule ..................:....:.... 3.18
12:1-4. Lot 20, Block 23 ........ B. Fitch .......................... 7.50C. Lot 11, Block 208 ...; John C. McCoy..................: '3.18
Practical Truth: If God calls us, Lot 21, Block 23 ........ B. Fitch .......................... 7.50 Lot 21, Block .208 .... Lewis F. Moore ..............: ;3.18
it is our duty to respond. Lot 23, Block 23 ........ '.;"'. Hojlis Lanier .................... 7.50 Lot 22, Block 208 .... Lewis F. Moore ................ ':. 3.18
Time: About 1100 to 1020 B. C. Lot 24, Block 23 ........ .' ,HoJJlIs Lanier .................... 7.50 Lot 24. Block 208 .... H. F. Bycroft .................... 4.14
' Places 'Shiloh and other places in Lot 25, Block 23 ........ : Hrtjlis Lanier .................... 7.50 Lot 25, Block 208 .... Emma Willard .........:.:........ 4.14'
: Lot 26, Block 23 ........ ,Hojlis Lanier .......:............ 7.50 Lot 26, Block 208 .... Emma WUlard ..............:..... ,4:14:
Canaan. Lot 30, Block 23 ........ :. Colts, Inc. ............................ 8.70 Lot 26, Block 354 .... -, Clayton C. Townes ...:........ '4.14
Samuel was the last of the Judges Lot 31, Block 23 ........ .' ;/ Colts, Inc. .........:.................. 8.70 Lot 33, Block 354 .... J. W. Troeger .............:...... 62.70
and the greatest of them. For yearshe Lot 32, Block 23 ........ Colts, Inc. ............................ 8.70B. Lot 1. Block 355 .... John S. Banks ......:............. '4.14
was uncrowned king of Israel Lot ,23, Block 26 ..... ? '; 1 W. Jenks, Sr. ................. 6.30 Lot 17, Block 355 .... Mary A. Cronin :............... 3.66
and was also a prophet and a. priest. Lot 24, Block 26 ...:.:... .' B. W. Jenks, Jr. .................. 6.30B. Lot 23, Block 355 .... Olaf 'Olsen ........................ ;'4.14
t He was a Levite but not a son of LOt' 25, Block 26 ........ :.; ;, W. Jenks, Jr. .................. 6.30B. Lot 24, Block 355 .... J. D. Gortatowsky .............. '4.14.
Aaron. As priest he offered sacri- Lot '26,. Block 26 ........ .\ W. Jenks, Jr. .................. 6.30B. Lot 25, Block 355 .... : -. "Bernard R. Payne ................ '-41'4.: ;
fices at various places much as the Lot 27, Block 26 ........ .,1 W: Jenks, Sr. ................ 6.30 Lot 26, Block 355 .... The Clewlston Company .... 4.1.4'
Circuit Riders render preaching services Lot 28, Block 26, ........ .. "". B. W. Jenks Sr. ................ 6.30 Lot 28, Block 355 .... Mrs. H. J. Wanner ............ '4.14
organizations. Lot 29, Block 26 ........ : : :; B. W. Jenks, Sr. ................ 6.30 Lot 18, Block 356 .... ', J. D. Gortatowsky ............ 4.62
in religious
some Lot 30, Block: 26 ........ /". B. W. Jenks,. Sr. ................ 6.30 Lot 19, Block 356 .... ;. J. D. Gortatowsky ............ 4.1'-'
Shiloh, the central place for He- Lots 3 &' 4, Block 27 .> The Bromar Corp .............144.30 Lot 20, Block 356.... ; J. D. Gortatowsky ..:......... '.4.14
brew worship at that time, was, destroyed Lot 19, Block '27 ........ 7: The Bromar Corp ................ 7.50 Lot 21, Block 356.... _,:'. J. D. Gortatowsky ............ .4.14'
by the Philistines. ( See Jeremiah Lot 20, Block 27 ........ The Bromar Corp ................ 7.50 Lot 22, Block 356 .... ..; J. D. Gortatowfky ............ 4.14
7:12:14; 26:6-9.) As John Lot :27, Block '27 ........ Elmer G. Case .................:.. 3.90 Lot 28, Block 356 .... ;;: Julia L. Sharkey ...........:.. .4.1.
the Baptist was he connecting link 1 Lot ;28, Block 27 ........ '.* '.:!..v Elmer G. Case .................... 3.90 Lot 39, Block 356 .... ,. Elmer G. Case ............,........:. ::.4.14.
between the Old and New Testament Lot 29,; Block 27 ........ ",: Elmer G. Case .................... 3.90 Lot 40, Block 356 .... Elmer G. Case .................... .4.14
dispensations, so was Samuel the Lot 30, Block 27 ....... : ::': Elmer G. Case .................... 3.90 Lot ,41, Block 356.... Elmer, G. Case .......:...:......:.: 4:14:
h connection between the chaotic pe- Lot 31, Block: 27 ........ ,.' '. Elmer G. Case .................... 3.90J. Lot .44; Block 356.... ;' Thos. B. Cahill ..........;......... 5:10
riod the in Israel and the Lot 9, Block 81 ........ y'; ".,',. '. D. Lynch ........................ 5.10P. Lot 3, Block 358 .... :.:,_ O. H. Shuler ............:.:......... 414;
of Judges Lot 12, Block 134 .... ';",.: A. Poche ........................ 6.30P. Lot 4, Block 358 .... ':'-. .. Marjorie L. Durgin :........... 414;
j beginning of, the kingdoms in that I ILot 13,' Block 134.... ;:. A. 'Poche ........................ 6.30 Lot 18, Block 358 .... ...: Margaret Lillebur"...........:. .5:10:
1 country as Saul David and Solo- Lot 14, Block 134 ..... .\ / P. A. Poche ........................ 6.30 Lot 21, Block 358.... Anna J. Kuhlman' ..:...:......... 5.10
mon. Today's lesson begins "And Lot 17, Block 138.... C. B. Fitch ........................ 3.66 Lot 22. Block 358 .... ;':" Anna J. Kuhlman ................. 5.34
; the child Samuel ministered'unto' Lot :4: Block 139 .... !!I.::'. E. M. Peterson .................... 5.58 Lot 24. Block 358 .... ,- Anna J. Kuhlman .............:.. 6.10
e the Lord before Eli. And the word Lot 19, Block 139.... ,',* ,' ,. Mildred Wheeler ................ 5.58 Lot 29, Block 358 .... ; .Marjorie L. Durgin ....._..... :' 5.10
1' of the Lord was precious in those Lot 1, Block 141 ........ :'. .,.", Bertha Nehring ................. 6.30 Lot 31, Block 358 .... Fred E. Nelson :................. 6.30
days; and there was no, open vIs- Lot 11, Block 1'41.... : Elmer G. Case .................... 6.30 Lot 43, Block 358 .... ., .:,'--, Hilda Toenberg .................. 4.14-
ion." (We are told of only two Lots 23 & 24, Blk 150 1 /. W. 'R. Hay ...........................144.30 Lot 16, Block 361.... '_ J. C. O'Neal....................... 4.14
in Israel the time Lot 10, Block 151 .... : Elmer G. Case .................... 5.10 Lot 11, Block 362.... ,:; Rebecca Lutz ...................... :' 3.90 '
prophets during Lot 11, Block 151 .... .' Elmer G. Case .................... 6.30 Lot 12, Block 362.... Rebecca Lutz ..........:...._...... 3.90
" of the Judges-Judges'\ 4:4 ; 6:8)) Lot, 12, Block 151.... ." Elmer G. Case .................... 5.10 Lot 24, Block 362.... .' .:" Mrs. J. H. Hayes :.:......... '5.10
j' And it'came to pass at that time, Lot' 13, Block 151.... ,* Elmer G. Case ........;....:...... 4.62G. Lot 30, Block 362 .... '_ ... N. B. O'Kelley .................;.. 5.10
:; when Eli was laid down in hs place, Lots!11. 2, 3, Block 152 n. ..' L. Espenlaub ................ 72.30H. Lot 3, Block 363 .... ... A. O. Ward ............:.........:. :26.70
and ere the lamp of God went out Lots 5, 6, 7,' Block 152 Etherton ...................... 53.10C. Lot 12, Block 363.... .- ; A. M. Coleman ..,................; "".:3.6-. \
". in the temple of the Lord, where Lot 4, ,Block 156 ......:. :: ", C. Klutts ........................ 29.10C. Lot ,14, 'Block' 363 .... -,:. W. R. Griffiths--:.............. 4.8:;
the Ark of God was, and 'Samuel E% Lot 5, 'Block '156 :. C. Christian .................... 29.10C. Lot 22, ,Block 363 .... '. A. Toulls ..................:.:......... 26.70
c' was laid down to, sleep; that the W% Lot 5, 'Block '156 ,;': '; E. Royer ........................ 5.10C. Lot 24, Block 365.... .: Edward Boyer ........:........:.. 3.90
Lord called Samuel; and he, answered Lot 6, Block:' 156 ........ ,,x' E. Royer ........................ 9.90 Lot 11; Block 367 .... /; Robert B. Martin :........:.. 3.66
Here ani I. And he ran unto Lot' 7, Block 156 ........ ,.:: r: George A. Heinz ................ 9.90 Lot 13, Block 367 .... .-: ,. E. W. Hathaway.........,..... 3.66
I Lot 24, Block 156 .... '.,1. Mrs. J. W. Scott ................ 79.50: Lot 17, Block 367 .... : Milan A. Farah ................ 3.66
Eli and said, Here am I; for thou Lot 1, Block 159 ........ .. ; :. Theo. Gottlieb, Trustee... 4.14 Lot 20, Block 367 .... Frank E. Miller ..............:. 3.66
;;', calledst me. And he said, I called Lot 6, Block 161.... /. George Crowder ................ 2.70 Lot, 24, Block 367 .... \' Fred E. Nelson ................ : 3.90
: not; lie down again. And he' went; Lot, 7, Block 161 ........ ..,' :/ George Crowder ................ 2.70 Lot 11, Block 368 .... '.; Esther Warren .................... 4.62
r and lay down. And the Lord called Lot 2, Block 162 ........ s j' Mrs. J. E. Frederick ........ 4.14J. Lot 2, Block 369..; J. W. Troeger .............:...... '41.10
r yet again, Samuel. And Samuel Lot., 6? Block 162 ........ -'. C. Windheim ................ 4.14 Lot' 3, Block 369 .... .: .. J. W. Troeger .................... '41.10
? arose and went to Eli, and said, Here Lot. 12, Block 162.... .; '," Theo. Gottlieb, Trustee .... 7.50E. Lot 25, Block 369.... "- Guy Pearl........................... ,.. 5.10
am I; for thou, didst call me. And Lot 15, Block 163.... ,"' ,*:"' L. Alston .................... 30.30 Lot 33, Block 369 .... John N. SpIes .................... "5.10
'.r Lot 34 Block 369 .... Elmer G. Case ..................;. 5.10
he answered I called not, my son; Lot 14, Block 167 .... Emory Thomas ............ 5.10 .: '
r, lie down again. Now Samuel did not Lot 15, Block 167 .... ." '. Nora D. Ott ........................ 5.10 Lot 35, Block 369 .... Elmer G. Case .................... 5.10.
Lot, 16, Block 167.... .; / Emory J. Thomas ................ 5.10 Lot 13, Block 370 ..... .::'': C. T. Nankervis ............?..:. 3.66
yet know the Lord, neither was the ,' .. ... Lot 16 Block 370 .... / R. C. Crosswhite ............ :..
Lot 17, Block 167 .... Emory. J. Thomas ................ 5.10 ; : .3.90
word of the Lord yet revealed unto II Lot, 18, Block 167 .... '; ." Pete M. Lanehart ................ 5.10 Lot 17, Block 370.... > ." R. 'C Crosswhite ................ 3.90
him." Lot 19, Block 167 .... ;"' '"" Pete M. Lanehart'' ................ 5.10 Lot 18, Block 370 .... -1._' Bertha A. Taylor ................ 3.90
Josephus, the Jewish historian, ,is Lot 25, Block, 167.... :.1' :. Mrs. J. Kettl .................... 60.30 Lot 1, Block 371.... .. Mrs. T. B. Lord ..............:. 3.90
quoted as saying that Samuel was Lot 2, Block 168 :....... .\, ::'; James Hartz ........................ 5.10 Lot. 5, Block 371 ...; ,..;. Dr. R. L. Alsacker ..........:. 3.18
' r 12 years old when the word of Jehovah Lot 14, Block 168 .... .' Josephine! Wright ................ 4.14 Lot 6, Block 371 ...... "' 'Dr. R. L. Alsacker ............ .'. 3.18
came unto him. Most reli- Lot 15, Block' 168 .... > \ Josephine Wright ................ 4.14 Lot 15, Block 372 ...... ., ... Cornelius Bodine ................ 3.18'Lot
'.' ':', .... 4, Block 374.... .: .. Mrs. Mary Ellen Neu' .....:.. 2.70
gious denominations will now accept, Lot 16, Block 168 .... Josephine Wright ...... ...... 4.14 .
members children under that II Lot ,,1, Block 169.... ', i Rebecca Lutz ...................... 12.30 Lot 5, Block 374 ,,...... Mrs. Mary Ellen Neu9.70.,
as age. Lot 3, Block 169 .... ;} J. R. Alston ........................ 41.10J. Lot 6, Block 374 ...... Mrs. Mary Ellen Neu' ....;:.. 2.70
"And the Lord called Samuel again Lot' 6, Block 169 ....: ;. R. Alston ........................ 41.10 Lot, 7, Block 374 ...... Ii:.'' Mrs. Mary Ellen 'Neu' ....:.... : 2.70
the third time. And he arose and Lot 9, Block 169.... ,- ', '. C. A. Jackson ..;................., 62.70 Lot 12, Block 374 ...... "' ",. ,H. C. Avant ....................:... .24.30Lot'
went to Eli, and said, Here am ,I; Lot 8, Block 170 ........ >'' ,'''' Victor Baron ........................ 5.10 13, Block 377 ...... j I.: Mrs Esther H. Hogben' ..:... 4.62
for thou didst call me. And Eli perceived Lot 9, Block 170 ........ '.: ':.. Victor Baron ........................ 5.10 Lot 14, Block 377 .... ::' Mrs. Esther H. Hogbe ...:.. 4.62
that the Lord had called the Lot 12, Block 171 .... : (,L. Leslie E. ,Kemp ................ 7.02 Lot 15, Block 377 .... R. A. Lilley .......:..:............. 4.62
child.' ,Therefore Eli said unto Samuel I Lot, 26, Block 171 ..... ',;.; l,>' Rebecca Lutz ...................... 7.50R. Lot 21, Block 377. .... ; F. E. Nelson .....................::. 4.62
Go, lie down; and it shall 'be, if Lot 5, Block 172 .... ':' '*:,.: L. Simpson .................... 38.70E. Lot 31, Block 377 .... G. C. Voss ............................ 2.70
he call thee that thou shalt say, Lot 7, Block 172 ........ J.. C. Cole ........................ 5.58 Lot 32, Block 377 .... .%::.' ;. 1\1rs. Mary E. Moon ......:. 2.70
Speak Lord for servant hear- Lot 8, Block 172.... ','\ .' Mrs. Carrie A. Tumalty .... 5.58 Lot 33, Block 377.... .. .: Mrs. Mary E. Moon ........ 2.70.
; thy Lot 10, Block 172.... \.f',, ) J Emanuel F. Selz ................ 5.58 Lot 34, Block 377 .... A. V. Bristow .._.,;.............. '2.70
,' eth, so Samuel" went and lay down Lot 11, Block 172.... { Mrs. J. E. Frederick ........ 6.06F. Lot 14, Block 378.... : .? Sarah F. FeuchUnger' ........ '9.90
.. in his place. Lot 21, Block 172 .... '> '.;'. G. Hunt ........................ 5.58D. Lot' 15,' Block 378.... \:. Eugene Feuchtinger .... 9.90
"And' '. Lot 17 Block 378 ..... Bitzer ........................' '9.90
the Lord came, and stood, Lot 2, Block 173 .... : F. Woodward ................ 6.06E. : Agnes
and called as at other times, Samuel, Lot. '4; Block 173.... ':. :'" S. Matteson ................ 43.50T. Lot, 19, Block 378 .... ','", W. R. Hay........................... 38.70
.f Samuel. Then Samuel answered, Lot 10, Block 173 .... :<. J. Bruner ........................ 6.06 Lot 20, Block 378.... ; Frank Rlchmann ................ 38.70
Speak, for thy servant heareth." Lot 13, Block 176.... .:: i,' Mary S. Cooper .................. 5.10 Lot 2. Block' 381 .... '." '" Lillian Horlotz .................... 2.70
The Lord spoke to Samuel Lot 14, Block 176.... .',":" ; Lucile A. Lewis ................ 5.10 Lot, 3, Block 381 .... : Elmer A. Erickson ............ 2.70
mes- Lot 15, Block 176 .... : / !1'" Mrs. H. Davis .................... ,5:10 Lot 4, Block 381 .... ''' Otto H. Schuler .................. 3.18'
sage to Eli, that he would punishEli Lot 21, Block 176 .... ; +'_-.,. Gustav C. Voss .................... 5.10 Lot .5, Block 381.... "" S. 1\1. Paulson .................... :3.18
and his house for the sins of Lot 22, Block 176 .... ,*"" f,:", W. H. Kuhlman ................ 5.10 Lot 10, Block 3'83.... ;:;.:. ,' C., E. Stedman .................... :2.70
Eli's sons, which he knew but did Lot 23, Block 176 .... '' :: "*':': D. J. Johnson ........:........... 5.10A. Lot 11, Block 383 .... ?, C. E. Stedman .................... :2.70
not restrain. "Samuel feared to Lot 24, Block 176.... ,..: ,1.' ,' V. Bristow .................... 6.30S. Lot 22, Block 383 .... D. R. McEachron ................ :2.94-
show Eli the vision," but at Eli's Lot 26, Block 176.... ':: '. :},"' M. Paulson .................... 5.10E. Lot 23, Block, 383 .... : : D. R. l\IcEachron ...............: .2.94
command, "Samuel told him every Lot 28, Block 176.... ..' "." W. Hathaway ........:..........4.38 Lot 24, Block 383 .... .. '<,"' W. S. Harvel .................... 3.66
,, whit and hid nothing from him." Lot 31, Block 176.... : Esther V. Hogben ................ 4.38 Lot, 13, Block 385 .... .' Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &;
"f'i .: R. J. Olsen .......................10.20
T. Eli said "It is the Lord; let him Lot 36, Block 176 .... s.<' ,Anna & Joseph Kuhlman... 5.10 i.'i: ; '
do what seemeth him Lot 6, Block 195.... ";.":', Walter Insull ...................... 5.10 Lot 14, Block 385.... ". ,,:'.:; Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth' &"
good. Lot 10, Block 195 .... ..-.t. ; '" Janet J. Stockbridge ?...... 5.10 '. '..J..7'. <:: R. J. Olsen ...................... 10.20
Eli, the high priest. was responsible Lot 23, Block 195 .... ....\ 'Alida M. Alger .................... 6.30 Lot 15, Block 385 ..... : :? Mrs L. O. ,Holdsworth' &"
for Samuel's education and religious '" .,; \ R. J. Olsen ...................... 10.20
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Lot 4, Block 196 .... ... Thomas B. Hall .................. 5.10 '
training, and doubtless his Lot 5, Block 196.... :::; Blanche Dean .................... 5.10 Lot 16, Block 385 .... ':}:: : ;:. Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &;
training and teaching about the Lord Lot 6, Block 196.... : ;: Maurice E. Vaslow ............ 5.10 ''.,, j R. J. Olsen .....................,. 10.20
began as early as he could under- Lot 7, Block 196.... ;;v: ." Ella A. Nugent ...................., 5.10 Lot 17, Block 385 .... ,:;<.r Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth' &; .
stand such things. Lot 8, Block 196.... :f.j1.: Ella A. Nugent .................... 6.30 't.' R. J. Olsen ...................... 10.20
God- spoke. to :Samuel-: in. an audI- Lot 10, Block 196 ./. '" ,: Earl P.: Hill ........................ 5.10 Part 80x140 ft. North I. : :
ble voice, but his call comes. to men Lot 11, Block 196 .... .\ :;"' : Earl P. Hill ......................:. 5.10H. of R. ,R. Rwy, Lot -
? and today in various Lot 20, Block 196 .... '3f.: : C. Kolstad f................... 41.10 5, Block 390 .......... ..,. The Clewiston Company ..... 6.00'
women ways; Lot '4, Block 201 .... -' (, Garst Cloflin ........................ 5.10S. Lot 1, Block 399 .... '.. The Clewiston Company... 8.94 ,
t sometimes at a definite time and:in Lot 5, Block 201.... 1' C. Beranek .................... 5.10E. Lot 2, Block 399 .... : : .: .The Clewiston Company..., 7.50
a definite manner, to be remembered Lot 6, Block 201 ,.... :':: .'' J. Malone ........................ 5.10 Lot 3, Block 399.... The Clewis ton Company... 7.50
; sometimes by a continued im- Lot 9, Block 201 .... ',:,:", W. E. Votava .................... 5.10 Lot 4, Block 399 .... .The Clewiston Company .... 7.50
pression that God wants a certain Lot 20, Block 201.... ,, ?:. r Mrs. L. K. Muir ................ 5.10 Lot 5, Block, 399 .... 4'.: .The Clewiston Company... 7.50
thing done, or that some work for Lot 33, Block 201.... ':.>; .J. D. Gortatowsky ............ 4.14 Lot 6, Block 399.... :: The Clewiston Company... 7.50
God is needed and that it is the in- Lot 36, Block 201 ,.... ";,, ,S. C. Beranek .................... 6.30G. Lot 7, Block 399 .... The Clewlston' Company..., 7.50
dividual's duty to do that work.. Butit Lot ;1, Block 202 .... ,: A. Heinz ........................ 6.30 Lot 8, Block 399 .... .-". The Clewiston Company..., 7.50
Is not so important how God calls Lot '4, Block 202.... ::.i'-.' Walter F. Carey............... 4.14 Lot 9, Block 399 ..:: ., The Clewiston Company..., 7.50
but whether he does Lot 5, Block 202.... ":' Walter F. Carey............... 4.14 Lot 10, Block 399.... :.' The Clewiston Company... 7.50
you, call and Lot 13, Block 202 .... ::. James J. Carroll ................ &.10 Lot 11, Block 399 ..... .. The Clewiston Company.... 7.50
whether you answer the call. Lot '1, Block 203 .... '. ,A. Reinert ............................ 9.90 Lot 12, Block 399.... .. The Clewiston Company.;. 8.94
The lesson now passes to the closing Lot 4, Block 203 .... B. A. Doerk ........................ 6.30 Lot 1, Block 400 .... -.< The Clewiston Company... 6.30
years of Samuel's life. The people Lot 5, Block 203 .... Hazel A. Nelson ................ 6.30 Lot 2, Block 400 .... : The ClewistoI Company.:: 5.10
had gathered at Gilgal to crown : Lot 6, Block 203 .... Mrs. Emily Rickmeyer ..._.. 6.30 Lot 3, Block 400 .... t The Clewis ton Company .... 5.10
Saul king, and thereafter "Samuel Lot 7, Block 203 .... Mrs. Emily: Rickmeyer ...... 48.30 Lot 4, Block 400 ..... The Clewiston Company .... ::5,10.
said unto all Israel, Behold, I have Lot 11, Block 203 .... F. W- Iverson ..................... 5.58 Lot 5, Block 400 .... .The Clewiston Company... 5.10 ',
-t:. hearkened-and have made' a king' Lot 13, Block 203 .... Blanch M. Elf rink ............ 5.58 Lot 6, Block 400 .... The Clewiston Company .... 5.10
over you-and I am old and Lot 17, Block 203 .... W. A. Davis ........................ 6.78 Lot 7, Block 400 .... The Clewiston Company... 5.10
headed and I have walked before gray- Lot 18, Block 203 .... Julia Sharkey................... 5.58, Lot 8 Block 400 .... The Clewiston Company... 5.10
; Lot 20, Block 203 .... Ellen Kane ........................ 5.58 Lot 9: Block 400 .... The Clewis ton Company .... 5.10
, you from my childhood unto this Lot 21, Block 203 .... Carrie A. Tumalty ............ 5.58 Lot 10. Block 400 .... The Clewiston Company! .... 5.10
d day. Behold, here I am; witness Lot 1, Block 204 .... Emily D. Rickmeyer ........ 5.10 Lot 11, Block 400 .... The Clewiston Company... 6.10
against me before the Lord; whoseox Lot 2, Block 204 .... Emily D. Rickmeyer ........ 4.14 Lot 12, Block 400 .... The Clewiston Company... 6.30
have I taken-or whom have I Lot 3, Block 204 .... Mrs. Grace E. Coffee ........ 4.14 Lot 15, Block 403 .... W. E. Chenet .................... 2.70
I defrauded? Or of whose hand haveI Lot 4, Block 204 .... Mrs. H. S. Rosenthal....... 5.10C. Lot 1. Block 405 .... The Clewiston Company... 6.30
taken any bribe-and I will re- Lot 5, Block 204 .... A. Pretzel................... 5.10 Lot 2, Block 405 .... ,, r The Clewiston Company... 5.10' >
store it you. And they said, Thou! Lot 8, Block 204 .... ,Anna E. Anderson: ............ 7.50 Lot 3. Block 405 .... .i The Clewiston Company... 5.10
; hast not defrauded us, nor oppressed Lot 11, Block 204 ..._ Miss Bessie Reardon ........ 5.10 Lot 4, Block 405 .... The Clewiston Company... 5.10
'us. neither hast thou Lot 13, Block 204 .... Edwin G. Boon .............._. 5.10 Lot 5. Block 405 .... The Clewlston Company... 5.10
taken oughtof Lot 2, Block 207 .... Lillian H. Wright ............ 4.62 Lot 6. Block 405 .... -The Clewlston Company. .... 5.10'
any man's hand. Lot 3, Block 207 .... Charles W. Wright ............ 4.62 Lot 7, Block 405 .... The Clewiston Company .... 5.10
The intervening scripture gives an Lot 4, Block 207 .... Mrs. Minnie' J. Stark ........ 4.62 Lot 8. Block 405 .... The Clewiston Company... 5.10'
outline of the life of Samuel,. and ohs Lot 6, Block 207 .... The Clewiston Company .... 4.62 Lot 9, lllock 405 .... The Clewiston Company. ., ... 5.1q
work for Israel. Lot, 7,. lUock.} 2Q7 .,.... George: M. Garber ._.............. 4.62 {Continue: on page foul>'. ,


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I I CONSOLATION
Description Acres Owner, Amount I Description Acres Owner Amount SOME
has invited; us to her-
(Continued from pge three) Lot 4, Block 428 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.94 She-May ,

Lot 10 Block 405 .... The Clcwiston Company... 5.10 Lot 5, Block 428 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.94 fourth wedding and tha' means an-
lot l' Block 406 .... The Clewiston Company... 8.91 Lot 6, Block 428 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.94 other present for her.
Lot 2' Block 406 .... The Clewiston Company... 7.5W Lot 7, Block 428 .... The CIewiston Company... 2.94 He-Well, thank goodness -we at

Lot 3' Block 406 .... The Clewiston Company... 7,50 Lot 8, Block 428 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.94 least don't have to give her one

Lot 4' Block 406 .... The Clewiston Company... 7,50 Lot 9, Block 428 .... ,'. The Clewiston Company... 4.14 every time she gets a divorce.
Lot S' Block 406 ...: The Clewiston Company .... 7.)0 Lot 10, Block 428 .... The Clewiston Company... ,4.14

Lot 6, BIock 406 .... The Clewiston Company .... 7.50 Lot 11, Block 428 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.94 MASTER'S
Lot 7 Block 406 .... The Clewlston Company .... 7.5 0 Lot 12, Block 428 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.94 I NOTICE OF SPECIAL
Lot 8' Block 406 .... The Clewiston Company... 7.50 Lot 13, Block 428 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.94 SALE ,
Lot 9: Block 406 .... The Clewston! Company... 7.50 Lot 14, Block 428 .... The Clewis ton Company... 2.94
Lot 10 Block 406 .... :. The CICwlston Company... 7.50 Lot 15, Block 428 ..... The Clewiston Company... 2.94 Notice hereby given that under
Lot 11: Block 406 :... The Clew ston Company... 7.50! Lot 16, Block 428 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.94 and by virtue of Final Decree in that .

Lot 12, Block 406 .... The Clew ston. Company... 7.50 Lot 17, Block 428 .... .i;.i! The Clewiston Company... 2.94 certain cause pending in the Circuit .
Lot 13 Block 406 .... The Ciewiston Company... 9.90 Lot 18, Block 428 .... -: The Clewiston Company... 2.94 Court of Hendry County, Florida,, ;

Lot 14: Block 406 .... Frank Hogben .................... 5.10 Lot 19, Block 428 .... :;: The Clewiston Company... 4.62 wherein Clewiston Home Building: a (.
Lot 14, Block 409 .... A. G. FarmqUlst ................ 3.18 Lot 20, Block 428 .... .; The Clewiston Company... 3.66 I Association is Plaintiff, and Wm. R.,

Lot 6 Dlocl\: 411 .... ,. L. L. Lynn ._...................... 3.18 Lot 21, Block 428 .... :;" The Clewiston Company... 3.66 Hay and others are Defendants the, I.:,
....... Lot 22, Block 428 .... ; The Clewiston Company... 3.66 will offer for sale, and sell to
Lot 5, Block 411 Morris P. Compton ............ 3.18 ...
Lot 23 Block 428 .... : The Clewiston Company... 4.62 highest and best bidder for cash, at.
Lot 7 Block 412 .... 'I! Morris-P. Compton .....:..1.... .18 ;
Lot 8: I Block 412 .... '.. A. J. Wilder ........................ 270 Lot I, Block 429 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.70 the; front door of the Court Houseat

Lot 11 Block 412 .... ,Y .('t A. J. WIlder ........................ 2.70 Lot 2, Block 429 _:.. ",.. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 LaBelle, Hendry County, Florida,
Lot 12: Block 412 .... '.' <'". ). A. J. Wilder ............_. ......... .70 Lot 3, Block 429 .:.. )1 The Clewiston Company... 2.70 on Monday, the 4th day of September -

Lot 13, Block 412 .... ::, W. G. Ames ..............:......... .).10 Lot 4, Block 429.... .H The Clewiston Company... 2.70 1933, during'the legal hours for
Lot 21, fiock 412.... :.. : Mabel Frances .................... 5.10 Lot 5, Block 429.... ,.,i The Clewiston Company... 2.70 sale, the following described property -
Lots 26, 27,. Block 412 ;i":1': / HollIS Lanier ..................__.. 4.14 Lot 6, Block 429.... ;: The Clewiston Company .... 2.70 : lying and being in Hendry County -

Lot 19 Block 422 :.:. .:Ji" Hollis Lamer ...................... 4.14 Lot 7, Block 429 .... .!:.;j The Clewiston Company... 2.70 to-wit:
20'Dlock 422 .... ;., '' Lot 8, Block 429.... ... The Clewiston Company... 2.70 All of Lot 24 in Block 150,
Lot ) Hollis Lanier ...................... 4.14 '
Lot 21: Block 422.... .' :.' r. Holls! Lamer ...................... 4,14 Lot 9, Block. 429 "" :.;. :', The Clewiston Company... 3.18 as per the general plan of

Lot 22 Block 422.... -J' HollIs Lamer ...................... 4.14; Lot 10, Block 429 ...: \. The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Clewiston, Florida, Plat Book 2,

Lot 23' Block 422 .... : Hollis Lanier ...................... 4.14 Lot 11, Block 429 .... :,;./;. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Pages 7 to 14, Hendry County

Lot 2/ Block 422.... \.;' '': Elmer G. Case .................... 4.14 Lot 12, Block 429 .... .,j. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Records.
Lot 27: Block 422 ..:. ; -, Elmer G. Case ........._.......... 5.10 Lot 13, Block 429 .... ..::"-: The Clewiston Company... 2.70 ,Said property will be so sold, in
Block 422.... Lot 14, Block 429 .... /:: : -. The Clew ston Company .... 2.70 accordance with, and to satisfy the
Lot 28
: ; : Elmer G. Case .................... 4.14
Lot 28, Block 423'r: ; Elmer G. Case .................... 4.14 Lot 15, Block 429 .... ,. ...;, The Ciewiston Company... 2.70 terms of said Decree.B. .
,' Lot .... : ': The Clewiston ... 2.70 A. BALES,
Lot 29, Block 423 ".'.. ".: The Clewis ton Company... 5.10 16, Block 429 .: Company
Lots 1, 2, Block: 424 .... ,. S The Clewiston Company; .... 4.14 Lot 17, Block 429 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.70 SPECIAL MASTER.
Lots 3, 4, Block 424.... ; 1" .", The Clewiston Company .... 4.14 Lot 18, Block 429 u" : ., The Clewiston Company... 2.70 J. M. COUSE,

Lots 5 6, Block 424.... ','i"'. The Clewiston Company... 4.14 Lot 19, Block 429 .... :..;, The Clewiston Company... 3.42 Solicitor for Plaintiff.
Lots 7: 8, Block 424.... ,' .. 4\ r The Clewiston Company... 4.14 Lot 20 Block 429 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.94 Aug., 4, 11, 18, 25; Sept. 1st.

Lots 9, 10,' Block 424.. ,, ({ ,'j The Clewiston Company... 4.14 Lot 21: Block 429 .... ""- ':, The Clewiston Company... 2.94 ,
.. Lot 22, Block 429.... :' The Clewis ton Company... 2.94 ,,
Lots U 12 Block 424 :" ,, : The Clewiston Company... 4.14 ,; \ tIN
Lots 13: 14; Block 424 I' ;' The Clewisto Company... 4.14 Lot 23, Block 429 .... The Clewiston Company... 3.42 NOTICE U'I..,

Lots 15, 16, Block .424 1,,: .\ ., The Clewiston Company... 4.14 Lot 1 Block 430 .... :' + The Clewiston Company... 2.94 CIRCUIT COURT .f.... ,
Lot 2: Block 430 .... : ... TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIR- ( r
Lots 17 18 Block 424 : : The Clewiston Company ..._ 4.14 ; ;i The Clewiston Company 2.46
Lots 19' 20' Block 424 '" : \' The Clewiston Company... 5.10 Lot 3, Block 430 .... .,' $ The Clewiston Company... 2.46 CUIT OF FLORIDA IN

Lots 21: 22: Block 424 ..( The Clewiston Company... 3.90 Lot 4, Block 430.... :.i' The Clewiston Company... 2.46 AND FOR HEN DRY

Lot 23, Block 424 ..... :., '.r ,. J. S. Slat ..m....................... 3.90 Lot 5, Block): 430 .... :' The Clewiston Company, .... 2.46 COUNTY; IN CHANCERY.
Lot 24, Block 424 ....' ,',1>\ ;:3. The Ciewiston Company .... 3.18 Lot 6, Block 430.... .,-.. The Clewiston Company... 2.46 ELMER KRANTZ.
Lot 25, Block 424 .... It: <,- ; The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Lot 7, Block 430 .... : The Clewiston Company... 2.46Lot' Complainant,

Lot 26, Block 424 .... ..:':' The 'Clewiston Company... 3.18 8, Block 430 .... '.,' The Clewiston Company... 2.46 vs. BILL FOR DIVORCE
Lot 27, Block 424 .... ,..; ':. The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Lot 9, Block .430.... The Clewiston Company... 2.46 EMMA KRANTZ,

Lot 28, Block 424 .... ; .: The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Lot 10, Block 430 .... '",,' ; The Clewiston Company... 2.46 Defendant.TO .
: Lot 11 Block 430 .... .;r ;:, The Clewiston ... 2.46 THE JUDGE OF THE ABOVgSTYLED
Lot 29, Block 424 .... : ', The Clewiston Company .... 3.18 '. ; Company
... Lot 12, Block 430 .... The. Clewiston Company... 2.94 COURT, IN CHAN-
Lot 30, Block 424 .... .t :;ti' The Clewiston Company .... 3.18 d
Lot 31, Block- 424 .... ., .: .',:, .. The 'Clewiston Compaany. 3.18 Lot 13, Block 430 .... '. : ". The Clewiston Company... 2.94 CERY SITTING:

Lot 32, Block 424 .... ':. ,.' ." The Clewiston Company .... 3.18 Lot 14, Block 430 .... ..',': The Clewiston Company... 2.46 In appearing by affidavit appen--
dent to the bill of complaint in the*
Lot 15 Block 430.... The Clewiston ... 2.46
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Company
Lot 33, Block 424.m o, Is The Clewiston Company.... 3.18 '7"
Lot 34, Block 424.... '," ',,',; The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Lot 16, Block 430 .... ...1 ,j The Clew ston Company... 2.46 above ,entitled Court that the defendant -.
Lot 35, Block 424 .... .{ The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Lot 17, Block 430 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.46 Emma Krantz, is a nonresident -

Lot 36, Block 424 .... ; ': '" The ClewistOI Company... 3.18 Lot 18, Block 430 .... .; The Clewiston Company... 2.46 of the State of Florida, that

Lot 37, Block 424 ,.... ',1 : The Clewiston Company .... 3.18 Lot 19, Block 430 .... a '. ., The Clewiston Company... 2.46 she is over the age of twentyoneyears
:
Lot 38 Block 424 ..._ ,. (1 : The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Lot 20, Block 430.... ,. : ::, The Clewiston Company... 2.46 that their is no person within -
39' Lot 21 Block 430 .... "' = the State of Florida summons of
Lot Block 424.... : '.-, : The Clewiston Company... 3.18 The Clewiston Company... 2.46
Lot 40: Block 424 ..... : '. The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Lot 22, Block 430 .... ,:-\ The Clewiston Company... 2.46 in chancery on whom would bind

Lot 41, Block 424 .... ,.... The Clewiston CompanY .... 3.18 Lot 23, Block 430.m .. '; The Clewiston Company .... 2.46 said defendant, that the resident,
and of
: address
Lot 42, Block 424 .... .,:,? ; The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Lot 24, Block 430 .... '..;, The Clewiston Company... 2,94 postoffice place
abode of the said defendant is
Lot 43, Block 424 .... \ ;. The Clewiston Compaany. 3.18 Lot 1, Block' 431 .... ) ;:, The Clewiston Company... 3.18
Geneseo. in the State of Illinois.
Lot 44, Block 424.m :1 .n The Clewiston Company __.. 3.90 Lot 2, Block 431.... ;;:;: The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Therefore ordered that the said
Lot I, Block 425 .... .'r:' .. The Clewiston ''Company... 5.38 Lot, 3, Block 431..L. ..; .:" The Clewiston Company... 2.70
defendant be and to
,Lot 2, Block 425.... i( :. The Clewiston Company... 4.14 Lot 4, Block 431 .... ,_ '.., The Clewiston Company... 2.70 appear before your
'' said Bill of Complaint on or
Lot 3, Block 425 .... f.J f' The Clewis ton Company... 4.14 Lot 5, Block 431 .... ., ;" The Clewiston Company... 2.70 A. D.
the 4th of September
day ,
'
Lot 4, Block 425 .... <.:<, : The Clewiston Company... 4.14 Lot 6, Block 431 .... ,: The Clewiston Company... 2.70 1933 otherwise the will be
Lot 5, Block 425 .... ,',: '1: .' .. The Clewiston Company 4.14 Lot 7, Block 431 .... < .!'. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 taken'as, confessed. same Done and ordered -

Lot 6, Block 425.... ; j. : The Clewiston Company... 4.14 Lot 8, Block 431 .... ",' The Clewlston Company.. 3,70 this 22nd day of July, A. D. t
Lot 7, Block 425 .... :. ':'.' The Clewiston Company... 4.14 Lot 9, Block 431 ...:. ::< The Clewiston Company... 3.18
1933.
Lot 8 Block ., Lot 10, Block 431 .... ,{. : The Clewiston ... \
425 .... :'; ; '.. The Clewiston Company... 4.14 j' I Company 3.66Lot' WILLIAM' T. HULL,
Lot 9, Block 425 .... The Clewiston Company .... 4.14 11, Block 431.... ; '., < :' The Clewiston Company... 2.94 Clerk of Circuit Court. t.

Lot 10, Block 425 .... \," : ;. The Clewiston Company... 5.58 Lot 12, Block 431 '''. .' :'; ;. The Clewiston Company... 2.94 By Inez Magill. ;":'
Lots 11 12 Lot 13, Block 431 .... :.: The Clewiston ..
Block 425 I ; : The Clewiston Company... 5.10 \ Company 2.94 By Inez Magill, D. a '
Lots 13, 14, Block 425 '. ;{ The Clewiston Company... 4.14 Lot 14, Block 431 .... .4 -: The Clewiston Company... 3.66 O. GRAVELY '
LOUIS _,_
Lots 15, 16, Block 425 -, :. The Clewiston Company... 4.14 Lot 15, Block 431 .... .1 The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Solicitor for Complainant.July .
Lots 17 IS Block .; Lot 16, Block 431 .... The Clewiston
425 .f The Clewiston' Company ._.. 4.14 I ; Company..., 2.70 28. Aug. 4, 11, 18, 25.'
Lots 19. 20, Block 425 ,. :.. 'The Clewiston Company... 4.14 Lot 17, Block 431 -..: ., J ...:, The Clewiston Company... 2.70 ,

Lots 21, 22, Block 425 <:' The Clewiston Company... 4.14 Lot 18, Block 431 .... .' ',.. The Clewiston Company... 2.70

Lots 23, 24, Block 425 :. t t..o: The Clewiston Company... 4.14 Lot 19, Block 431 .... :. > The Clewiston Company... 2.70
Lots 25, 26, Block 425 ;- The, Clewiston Company... 5.10 Lot 20, Block 431.... '.' ;:" ; The Clewiston Company... 2.70 IX THE CIRCUIIT COURT'OF THE

Lot 27, Block 425 .... -: ( The Clewiston Company .... 3.90 Lot 21, Block 431 .... :.. :'" The Clewiston Company... 2.70 TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF
.
Lot 28, Block 425 ..... :; The Clewis ton Company 3.18 Lot 22, Dlock' 431 .... '0 -.. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HEX-

Lot 29, Block 425 .... ,',;4 .;' The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Lot 23, Block 431 .... The Clewiston Company... 3.18 DRY COUNTY.

Lot 30, Block 425 .... ,,y \ The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Lot 1, Block 432 .... ; The Clewiston Company... 2.94 CLEWISTON HOME BUILD-

Lot 31, Block 425 .... The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Lot 2, Bloc 432.... ,,_...J; The Clewiston Company... 2.46 ,ING ASSOCIATION,
Lot 32 Block 425 ... ,,' Lot 3, Block 432 ..... ;
";! The Clewiston Company... 3.18 ', The Clewiston Company... 2.46 PlaintiffVs.
Lot 33, Block 425 .... The Clewiston Lot 4, Block 432.... "' ,:;: The Clewiston Company..: 2.46 .
Lot 34, Block 425 ..._ -r' The Company... 3.18 Lot 5, Block 432 .... F.,.,q The Clewis ton Company... 2.46
Lot 35, Block 425 .... "; ;: The Clewiston Clewiston Company... 3.18 Lot 6, Block 432 .... ', :/) .. The .Clewiston Company... 2.46 ROY L. SIMPSON, ET ,AL. '
...
Lot 36, Block 425 .... ): ': The Clewiston Company 3.18 Lot 7, Block 432 .... .' ; The Clewiston Company... 2.46 Defendants.MORTGAGE .

Lot 37, Block 425 .... ',1. I The Clewiston Company :... 3.18 Lot 8, Block 432 .... ';",' The Clewiston Company... 2.46 FORECLOSUREOrder

Lot 38, Block 425 -... .., The Clewiston Company .... 3.18 Lot 9, Block 432..._ ., ,: The Clewiston Company... 2.94 of PublicationIt
Lot 39, Block 425 .... :( The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Lot 10, Block 432 .... ); ,. The Clewiston Company... 3.90 appearing by affidavit filed
Lot 40, Block 425 .... -t The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Lot 11, Block: 432 .... :j The Clewiston Company... 2.94 herein, that Roy L. Simpson and

Lot 41, Block 425 ...? ," The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Lot 12, Block 432 .... ":} The Clewiston Company...,, 2.94 Myrtile A. Simpson, and Texie Plant,
Company... 3.66 Lot 13 Block 432 .... ,: defendants herein are residents of a
Lot 42, Block 425 .... The Clewiston .j' The Clewiston Company... 3.90 ,
Lot 43, Block 425 .... The Clewiston Company... 3.66 Lot 14, Block 432 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.94 state other than Florida, and that i

Lot 1, Block 426 .... The Clewiston Company... 3.66 Lot 15, Block 432 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.46 the residence of A. R. Plant, one of

Lot 2, Block 426 .... The Clewiston Company .... 2.46 Lot 16, Block 432 .... ,',' .. The Clewiston Company .... 2.46 the defendants herein, is unknown: : t

Lot 3, Block 426. .... '- The Clewiston Company... 2.46 Lot 17, Block 432 .... ;! : .:,. The Clewiston Company... 2.46 NOW, THEREFORE, you, the said '

Lot 4, Block 426 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.46 Lot 18, Block 432 .... :' The Clewiston Company; .... 2.46 Roy L. Simpson, Myrtile A. Simpson '

Lot 5, Block 426 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.46 Lot 19, Block 432.... ::" t' ': The Clewiston Company... 2.46 A. R. Plant, Texie Plant, and each
Lot 6, Block 426 ..,. The Clewiston Company... 2.46 ,Lot 20, Block 432.... -;': :. The Clewiston Company... 2.46 of you, are hereby notified that suitas
Lot 7 Company '''. 2.46'J Lot 21 Block 432 styled above, has been brought
Block 426 .... The Clewis .: ;'I- The Clewiston Company 2.46
Lot 8, Block 426 .... I The Clewiston ton Company... 2.46 Lot 22, Block 432 .... ;:: .;. The Clewiston Company... 2.94 against you in the said court, seek-
Lot 9, Block 426 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.46 Lot 1, Block 433.... ,.:: The Clewiston Company... 2.70 ing foreclosure of a mortgage on:

Lot 10, Block 426 ...:. Company... 3.66 Lot 2, Block 433.... /: S The Clewiston Company... 2.46 Lot 5, Block 172, of Clewis-
The CIewiston Company... 3.90 Lot 3, Block 433 .... ': ton, Florida.
Lot 11, Block 426 .... / i The Clewiston Company ..,;.- 2.46
Lot 12, Block 426 .... The The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Lot 4, Block 433 .... "J ....;' The Clewistan Company... 2.46 And you and each of you are here-
Lot 13, Block 426 Cle-iston Company... 2.70 Lot 5, Block 433 .... ,: The Clewiston Company... 2.46 by required to file your written appearance -
Lot 14, Block 426 '.'.'.'. The Clewiston Company __.. 2.70 Lot 6, Block 433 .... :T The Clewiston Company... 2.46 with the Clerk of said

Lot 15, Block .426 .... The Clewis ton Company ._.. 2.70 Lot '7, Block 433 .... ..._ The Clewiston Company... 2.46 Court at LaBelle, Florida, personallyor
., The Clewis ton Company .... Lot by attorney in said suit, on or before -
2.70 8
Lot 16, Block 426 .... The Block 433.... ,. ...; The Clewiston Company... 2.46 ;
, Lot 17, Block 426 .... Clewiston Company... 2.70 Lot 9, Block 433 .... 'J,.. i : The Clewiston Company... 2.70 the first Monday in August, A.
Lot 18, Block .426 .... The Clewiston Company:.. 2.70 Lot 10, Block 433 ..... :: The O1elstonCompany: / ....3.42 D. 1933, being the 7th day of said
Lot 19, Block 426 ... The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Lot 11, Block 433 .... .:A'. The Clewiston Company 2.94 mnoth, and thereafter to file with
The Clewiston Company... 4.62 Got 12 ) "I said Clerk, your written defenses, if
Lot 20, Block 426 .... Block 433 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.94
The Clewiston Company... 3.66 Got 13 .( any, to the bill of Complaint in said
Lot 21, Block 426 .... Blocl 433 .. :4" : The Clewiston Company... 3.66
Lot 22, Block 426'' .... The Clewis ton Company... 3.66 Got 14, Block 433 .... .'/ The Clewiston Company... 2.94 suit, at the time prescribed by law.
Lot 1. Block 427' .... The Clewiston Company. .... 4.14 Got 15, Block 433 .... .' The Cle'wiston Company... 2.46 Herein fail not or judgment will
The Clewis ton Company... 2.70 Got 16, Block 433 ... be entered against you by default.
Lot 2, Block 427 .... The .... The Clewiston Company... 2.46
Clewiston Company... 2.70 Got 17. Block 433 .... Witness my hand and seal of said
Lot
3, Block 427 .... \ The Clewiston Company... 2.46
The Clewis ton Company .... 2;70 Lot 18 Court, at LaBelle, Florida, this 22nd
Lot 4, Block 427 .... Block 433 .... '., The Clewiston Company... 2.46 '
The Clewiston Company.... 2.70 Lot 19, Block 433 ... '.' day of June, 1933.
Lot 5, Block 427 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.46
Lot 6, Block 427 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Got 20, Block 433 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.46 WILLIAM T. HULL,
Lot 7, Block 427 .... The Clewiston Company... ,2.70 Got 21, Block 433 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.46 I (Official Seal Clerk of Said Court.
The Clewiston Company...., 2.70 Got 22, Block 433 .... Affixed) .
Lot 8, Block 427 ...: The Clewiston Company... 2.46
Lot 9, Block 427 :. The Clewiston Company .... 2.70 Lot 35, Block 446 .... ', ,. Jordan Eilers .................... 5.10 J. M. COUSE,
Lot 10, Block 427 The Clewis ton Company... 3:90: Lot 36, Block 446.... Jordan Eilers .................... 6.30 Solcitor for Plaintiff. "
The Clewi'ston Company... 3.90 Lot 13, Block 448 .... July 7, 14, 21, 28, Aug. 4th. N
:
Lot U, Block 427 .... Mamie H. Blacksmith ........ 3.90
Lot 12, Block 427 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Lot 8, Block 451 .... D. B. Allen ........................ 24.30
Lot 13, Block 427i.. The Clewiston Company _... 2.70 Lot 10, Block 453 .... Lilyan S. Cook .................... 5.10 ;;: "

Lot 14, Block 427 .... The Clewlston Company... 2.70 Lot r 11,. Block 453 .... Lilyan S. Cook .................... 5.10 Notice is NOTICE rrlI
The Clewiston hereby given of the intention
Lot 15, Block 427 .... Company... 2.70 Lot 12, Block 453 .... Lilyan S. Cook .................... 5.10 of the -
Lot 16, Block 427.... The Clewis ton Company... 2.70 Lot 13, Block 453 .... Lilyan S. Cook .................... 5.10 I I to the of undersigned the to apply
Judge Circuit
The Clewiston Court of
Lot 17, Block 427 ..:. Company... 2.70 Lot 14 Block 453 .'" Lilyan S. Cook .................... 5.10 the Twelfth Judicial
Lot 18, Block 427 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Got 15, Block 453 .... Lilyan S. Cook .................... 5.10 25th of Circuit on the
The Clewist day August, A. D. 1933 for
Company... Lot 1 ,
2.70 Block
.
495 ...
The Clewiston
Lot
19 ..
Block 427 .... The Clewiston Company 2.70 an order of adoption to the under-
Company... 5.10 Lot 2 Block ..
Lot 20, Block 427 ..:. 495 --r The Clewiston Company... 2.70
signed of Ethel
The Clewis ton Company... 3.66 Lot 3 Block 495 .. one Enfinger, a
.
Lot 21, Block. 427 .... The Cleviston Company... 2.70 minor.
Lot The Clewiston Company ..._ 3.66 Lot 4i Block' 495 .... The Clewiston
22, Block 427 .... The Clewiston { Company... 2.70 CARL E"ROYEIt.LORENA .
'J..ot I, Block 428 .... Company .u 5.10 Lot 5, Block 495 ---. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 I
K. /
The CIewiston Company... 2.94 Got 6, Block 495 .... ROYER.
Lot 2, Block 428 .... The Clewiston Company... 3.18 LOUIS O. GRAVELY:
'The Clewiston Company... 2.94 Lot 7j Block 495 .... r
Lot 3, Block 428 .... The CJewiston The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Attorney for Petitioners. \
...
Company 2.94
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Description, 'AcresContinued Owner Amount Description Acres Owner Amount .i

( from page four) Block 278 .................: 1. The Clewiston Company... 1.50 .;

Personal Mention I Lot 8, Block '495 .... The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Block 279 .................. 3.5 The Clewiston Company... 4.50

I Lot 11, Block 495 .... The Clewiston Company... 5.10 Block 280 .................. 3.5 The Clewiston Company .... 4.50 '=:

Lot 17, Block 495 .... The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Block 281 .................., 3. The Clewiston Company... 3.90

A Lot 18, Block 495 .... ..... The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Block 282 ................... 3. The Clewiston Company... 3.90 \' ,

1 Mrs. L. C. Smith spent the week Lot 1, Block 498 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Block 283 .................. 2. The Clewiston Company... 2.70

end in Miami.E. Lot 2, Block 498 .... ,:; The Clewiston Company... 2.70 I Block 284 .................. 2. The Clewiston Company... 2.70Block J

Lot 3, Block 498 .... The Clewlston Company... 2.70'' 285 .............:.... 2.3 The Clewlston Company... 3.30 .)

E. Kelly spent the week end Lot 4 Block 498 .... '.f' The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Block' 286 .................. 2.3 The Clewiston Company.... 3.30 }

in Daytona Beach. Lot 5, Block 498 .... a. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Block 287 .................. 4. The Clewiston Company .... 5.10 :

Lot 6, Block 498 .... ./:' The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Block 288 .................. V 2.3 The Clewiston Company... 3.30

Lot 7, Block 498 ..... .' h. The Clewis ton Company .... 3.18 Block 289 .................. 2. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 ,, .

Dr. O. F. Schiffli returned this Lot 8, Block 498 .... I F! :' The Clewiston Company... 4.14 Block 290 .................. 2. The Clewlston Company... 2.70 ;'

'week from a two weeks stay in North Lot 9, Block 498.... .JST; : Mary C. ,Sims .................... 2.70 Block 291 .................. j 3. The Clewiston Company... 3.90 ..,"

f** '}rolina. Lot 10, Block 498 .... ..;t 'G. WFuquay .................... 2.70 Block 292 .................. 2.8 The Clewlston Company... 3.90 .
-
Lot 11, Block 498 .... !. The Clewiston Company .... 2.70 Block 294 .................. 3.1 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 :

Mrs. Paul Deam returned to West Lot 13, Block 498 .... 'T'. ;.! l' The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Block 299 .................: 2.7 The Clewiston Company... 3.30. :

Palm Beach this week after several Lot 15, Block 498.... ::" Edith Taylor .........:.............. 2.70 Block 300 .................. 2.7 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 .

Block 301 .................. 2.5 The Clewiston ..
weeks stay here. Lot 16, Block 498 .... I. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Company 3.30 j:

Lot 17, Block 498 .... ';1-' The Clewiston Company ,.... 2.70 Block 302 .................. 3.5 The Clewiston Company... 4.50

Lot 18, Block 498 .... Ir. The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Block 306 ................... 3.7 The Clewlston Company... 4.50 ; -.;

Mrs. W. D. Cameron and ,daughter Block 307 ................. 3.7
The Clewiston Company... 4.50
All Block 38 ............ F' 3.5 The Clewiston Company... 4.50 V
of Haines City spent the week Block 308 .................. V .1
rr 3.1 The Clewiston Company.... 3.90
All Block 39' ............ 3.5 The Clewiston Company... 4.50
Clewiston. Block 309 ..................
in 2.8 The
end Clewiston Company... 3.90
.. The Clewiston ...
All Block 40 ......... .r 3. Company 3.90 V
Block 310 ... ..............
'. 3.4 The Clewiston Company... 4.50
All Block 41 ............ 1. 1.9 The Clewiston Company... 2.70 .
Block 311 .................. 3.4
Mrs. M. E. VonMach and Miss All Block 42 ............ If:' 1.9 The Clewiston Company... 2.70 ". .. The Clewiston Company... 4.50 5.
Block 315 .................. : 3.4 :
The Clewiston Company... 4.50
Beatrice Kettl were visitors in West All Block 43 ............ .'F 4.4 The Clewiston Company... 5.70
...............
Block 316. ..
3.6 The Clewiston ... 4.50
Company
All Block 44 ............ ":; 3.7 The Clewiston Company... 4:50 ...
Palm Beach Wednesday.: : Block 317 ..:.............. : 3.6 The Clewiston Company... 4.50( ,
.. The 2.70:
All Block 45 .... .... a 2.2 Clewiston Company... .. '
Block 318 ................. >
3.1 The Clewiston
: .. 3.90
/ Company .
All Block 46 ............ r 5.1 The Clewiston Company... 6.30 :
Mrs. F. G. Johnson and daughters Block 322 .. ............ i '
.u. V ,. 1. The Clewiston Company... 1.50
All Block 47 .........:.. 5.1 The Clewiston Company... 6.30
returned Sunday from a three weeks -Cfewiston Block 323 .................. ..' .:.' 1.5 ,The Clewiston Company... 2.10i
.. i
All Block 48 ........... 2.2 The Company 2.70
Block 324 .................. : .
The s
5.1 Clewiston .
V .. 6.30
stay in Hot Springs, Ark. <,' ," Company
All Block 49 ............ 4.6 Tke Clewiston Company... 5.70 '
Block 325 .................. ,
Clewiston :
2.5 The ...
T: *., Company J.30. of.
Block 50 .................... 3.7 The Clewiston Company.... .50 ;
Block 326 .................. 2.7 The Clewl ton ... 3.30 :
Fred Hill returned / V Company
Mr. and Mrs. .. .. The Clewiston ...
Block 51 ........ ....... 3.5 Company 4.50 .
Block 327 .................. 2.5 The Clewiston ... 3.30 .
this week from a vacation trip to :Block 52 .................... 3.5 The Clewiston Company... 4.50 V Company '
Block 328 .................. \ 4.2 The Clewiston ... 5.10 : :
Company
Philadelphia and New York. Block 53 ........:........... : 4.3 .The Clewiston Company... 5.70 :
Block 329 .................. : 4.3 The Clewlston ... 5.70
'' Company
Block 54 .;.............;.... l. 4.3 The Clewiston Company... 5.70 r
Block 330 .................. The Clewiston ... 4.50
Block 55 .................... \ J' 1.7 The Clewiston Company... 2.10 ;,'1'- 3.3 Company i
froma
John Kettl returned Monday Block 331 ............. .... V 3.5 The Clewiston ... 4.50 '
: Company ;:
Block 56 .................... :" 1.7 The Clewiston Company... 2.10
two weeks vacation visiting his Block 332 .............-.... .':: 3.5 The Clewiston Company .... 4.50 :
Block 57 .................... 4.5 The Clewiston, Company... 5.70
/parents in Massillon, Ohio. Block 333 .................. ,.: < 3.3 The Clewiston Company... '450
Block 58 ,'............;;...... 4.5 The Clewiston Company... 5.70 "
__ Block 334 ................:. / 2.2 The Clewiston ... '
> : Company 2.70J
Block 59 .................... 4.5 The Clewiston Company... 5.70
Block 335 .................. *')' 2.70
The Clewiston ..
,wt v Norman M. Hopkins left, Thursday : The 2.2' Company
Block 60 .................... 4.5 Clewiston Company... 5.70 .
for Tampa where he was trans- Block, 61 .................... ," ..'L 1.7 The Clewiston Company... 2.10 Block 336' .V'Li: : 2.2 The Clewlston Company... 2.70
Block 337 ........ ........
The Clewiston ... 2.70
... .... :, The Clewiston .... 2,1 Company
ferred by the U. S Engineer. Block 62 ...... ... .. 1.7 Company 2.10
Block 338 .............. ; '
Clewiston ... 2.70
:-., : ;, 2.1 The Company .
... ... Clewiston ..
Block 63 ..... .... ... 3.3 The Company 4.50 .
Block 339 ............. ..., :. '' ,
; 2.2 The Clewiston ... 2.70
Company
.......... The Clewiston ..
Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Charles Block 64 ........ 3.3 Company .. 4.50 '
Block 342 .................. .i; 3.4 The Clewiston Company... 4.50
Block 65 .................... 2.8 The Clewiston Company... 3.90
Lovvorn were in West Palm Beach on Block 343 .................. V V, 3.5 The Clewiston Company... 4.50
Block' 66 .................... 3.1 The Clewlston Company... 3.90
business Monday afternoon. Block 344 .................. 3.5 The Clewiston ... 4.50
v Company
i Block 67 .................... ;T 3.2 The Clewiston Company... 3.90
Block 345 .................. 3.4 The Clewiston ... 4.50
Block 68 ...................: 2.6 The Clewiston Company. .... 3.30 Company
Block 390 .................. 14.8 The Clewiston ... 18.30 .
j W. S.. Harvel and daughter, Mar- Company
Block 69 .................... 3.4 The Clewiston Company... 4.50 '
Block 434 ............ .. ClewIs .... 4.50
.. 3.5 ton
jorie, spent the week end here.. Mr The Company
Block 70 ............:....... : 4.3 The Clewiston Company... 5.70
... Block 435 .................. :<. 2.2 The Clewiston ... 2.70
Harvel had come on business.Mr. Block 71 .................... ._ 3.0 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 '! Company
i Block 436 .................. -; 6.5 The Clewiston ... 8.10
Block 72 .................... 6.3 The Clewiston Company... 8.10 Company
Block 437 .................. 6.5 The Clewlston ... 8.10
and Mrs. R. N. Smith, who Block 73 .................... 2. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Company
Block 438 .................. -. 6.5 The Clewlston ... 8.10
I have been in Pahokee for'some time Block 74 ..............:..... 2.. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 ,. : Company
Block 439 .................. ; The Clewlston 9.30
Block 75 .................... 6.3 The Clewiston Company... 8.10 u" .: 7.5 Company
"
to Clewiston this V
/ returned week. Block 440 .................. :' 7.5 The Clewiston Company... 9.30,
Block 76 .................... 3. The Clewiston Company 3.90 V
Block 441 .................. : The Clewiston .... 9.30
7.5 ,
r .:, Company
f Block 77 .................... 3.4 The Clewiston Company... 4.50 ,
E. E. Goodno, Carl Beckmyer and Block 442 .................. :' 7.3 The Clewiston Company .... 9.30
Block 78 .................... 2.9 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 '
'f r in Block 443 .................. The Clewlston ... 9.30
of LaBelle
Small 7.3
Dennis were Company
Block 79 .................... 3.2 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 .
I Clewiston on business Wednesday. All, except Lots 24 & Block 444 .................. .. 7.3 The Clewiston Company... 9.30 '

6.2'The Clewiston Block 460 .................. .1,' .6 The Clewiston Company... .90
25 Block 80 .......... Company... 7.80
All Blk 462 less : ,
Can-
: Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg left Saturday ................... .
Block The Clewiston
85 2.6 Company... 3.90 '
al Rwy .................. .:.. .3 The Clewiston Company... .84
;r for a two weeks vacation which Block 86 .................... 3.2 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 ... : .54
Block 465 ... ............ .3 The Clewiston Company...
they will spend in Fairview, :N. C. Block 88 .................... V 2.4 The Clewiston Company 3.90 Block ,." ..
467 ........ ......... : .3 The Clewlston Company 54
... ................. The
Block 89 4.6' Clewiston Company .... 5.70 '
.... .. .54
Block 468 .... : .......: .3 The Clewlston Company : .
.k l Lawson Jones, of Tampa, arrived All except Lot 1, Block Block 478 .................. \./ 5.8 The Clewlston Company... 7.50
...... ................... 'I. The ','
Monday to make his home here. He 90 3.4 Clewlston Company... 4.80 Block 479 .................. 3.1 The Clewiston Company... 3.90

is employed: in the office of the Clew- Lot 1, Block 90 ........ '' Mrs. R. E. Carpenter ........ 1.50 Block 480 '...............:.. ::- 4.8 The Clewiston Company... 6.30

iston Company.Mr. Block 91 .................... ,. ;-.It:. .J,. 3. The Clewiston Company... 3.90 Block 481 ........:...::.... -' '; }.F'" 3. The Clewiston Company .... ,3.90
92 .................... The
Block 2.9 Clewiston Company .... 3.90 Block 482 ...............:.. :.J,. .' 2. The Clewiston Company... 2.70
Block 93 .................... .. 4.5 The Clewiston Company... 5.70 Block ... The Clewiston 8.10 ,;
483 ............... I 6.4 Company ..
and Mrs. M. H. Crouch andr. Block 94 ................:..: : 3.1 The Clewiston ,
Company... 3.90 .
Block 484 .................. V 2.8 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 ,
and Mrs. Hansel McDuffie returned Block 95 .................... 'r" 2.7 The Clewlston Company... 3.30 *,. "
." Block 485 .................. 2. The Clewiston Company... 2.70
to Clewiston from ... ... .......... .
Tuesday Block 96 The
a.rtrip Clewiston
2.7 Company ..... 3.30:
Block 486 .................. 3.4 The Clewiston Company .... 4.50
........... ........ :
Chicago. Block 97 Clewiston
to 2.9 The Company... 3.90 ,
Block 487 .................: 1.8 The Clewiston Company... 2.70
...... ............
Block 98 .
2.9 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 '.
Block 488 .................. :> 2.6 The Clewiston Company... 3.30
Block 99 .................... r' The ; '
Mrs. R. W. Kammerer of Brunswick 2.9 Clewiston Company 3.90 :. v
: Block 489 .................. : 2. The Clewiston Company... 2.70
Block 100 .................. .
Ga., arrived the latter part of '.,' .2 The Clewiston Company... .54 Block 490 .................. 2.8 The Clewiston Company... 3.90
Block 101 .................. The
the week for a visit of several days .2 Clewiston Company. .... .54 Block 491 ................... .' 2.3 The Clewiston Company.? 3.30
Block 108 .................. .. The Clewiston '
with Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford. ... 2.5 Company 3.30 Block 492 .................. ; .: 2.4 The Clewlston Company... 3.30
Block 109 .................. V.
2.5 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 Block 493 .................. i";;:' 4.4 The Clewiston Company... 5.70
Block 110 .................. 5.2 The Clewiston Company..., 6.30 *J
Block 494 .................. : 3.3 The Clewlston Company... 4.50
H. J. B. Scharnberg returned Monday .. .. ........ ,'. ,.,
Block 111 .. .. The .
16.4 Clewiston Company... 19.50 ."
Block 496 .................. .,- 2.8 The Clewiston Company... 3.90
from Santa Claire and other Block 112 .................. The
2.5 Clewiston Company... 3.30 V' 3.30
Block 497 ..............:... 2.4 The Clewiston Company...
where Block .................. :".
points in Cuba he had beenon 113 2.5 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 : ... 3.90
Block 499 .......:.......... "" 2.8 The Clewiston Company

business. Block 114, less Canal Block 500 .................. ; 2.4 The Clewiston Company.... 3.30
Rwy. ...................... 1.5 The Clewiston Company. .... 2.40 t 2.4'The ...
,. Block 501 .................. Clewiston Company 3.30.
Mr.. and Mrs W. C. Hooker, Mr. Block 116 ................. 1.5 The Clewiston Company... 2.10 Except Lot 16, Block :! '.

and Mrs. Grady Niblack and Mrs. Block 117 .................. .."- 1.5 The Clewfston Company... 2.10 502 ........................ ,: '.. 3.7 The Clewlston Company... 4.80

i Ruth Drinkwater spent Tuesday in Block 125 .................. ... 2.7 The Clewiston Company ,.... 3.30 Except Lot 2, Block .:.: _

Miami on business. Block 129 .................. 1.8 The Clewiston Company... 2.70 503 ........................ :' V 3.3 The Clewiston Company... 4.80

i Block 130 .................. 4.6 The Clewiston Company.... 5.70 Block 504 .................. 2.3 The Clewiston Company... 3.30

Block 206 ....:.............. .:',. .1.3 The Clewiston Company... 1.50 Except Lots 7' & 14,

C. W. McDonald was a visitor in Block 210 ..................V 'i: 2.7 The Clewfston Company... 3.30 Block. '505 ............ 2.6 The Clewiston Company... 3.60 '

West Palm Beach Monday where he Block 213 ..................- ,. V 1.1 The {Clewiston Company... 1.50 Lot 7, Block 505 ........ ,. Mrs. L O. Holdsworth .... 1.50

went to confer with other automo- Block 214 .................. 3.4 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 Block 506 ......u.......... 2.3 The Clewlston Company... 3.30

bile men of this section in connec- Block 215 .....:............ .4 The Clewlston Company... .78 Block 507 .................. :"'< 2.7 The Clewlston Company... 3.30

tion with the NRA code. Block 216 .................. 2.3 The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Block 508 .................. ,':.,'' 1.6 The Clewis ton Company... 2.10

Block 217 .................. 2.3 The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Block 509 .................. Z... 2.7 The Clewiston Company... 3.30

.I "- Mr and Mrs. W. W. Hooks and Block 218 .................. 3:1: The Clewiston,, Company... 3.90 Block 510 .................. -* ;'- 2.4 The Clewiston Company... 3.30

l" family returned to Clewiston Tues- Block 220 .................. 1.4 The Clewis ton Company... 1.50 Except Lot 14, Block :'V .' V

: from Ga. where Block 230 .................. .:,' .2 The Clewiston Company... .54 511 ........................ 1.9 The Clewiston Company... 3.00
day Leesburg, they Block 231 .................. ,' .3 The Clewiston Company... .54 Lot 14, Block 511 ..... The Clewiston Company... 1.50

had been for the past two weeks. Block 232 .................. 1.6 The Clewiston Company... 2.10 Block 512 .................. ,. '< 2.7 The Clewiston Company... 3.30

They were accompanied by Mr. Hooks' Block 233 .................. ". 3.1 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 Block 513 .................. "- 3.1 The Clewiston Company... 3.90

sister, Mrs. J. Hyman, who will re- Block 234 .................. 5.1 The Clewis ton Company... 6.30 Block 514 .................. .-t 1.4 The Clewiston Company... 2.10

main here for a short time. William Block 235 .................. 3.9 The Clewiston Company... 5.10 Block 515 ...:.............. : 1.4 The Clewiston Company... 2.10 _

.f Hooks, who has been playing base- Block. 236 .................. 1.4 The Clewiston Company... 2.10 Block 516 .................. .Z-. 1.3 The Clewlston Company... 2.10

ball in Albany also returned with Block 237 .................. .. 3.9 The Clewiston Company... 5.10 Block 517 .................. .l.: 1.5 The Clewiston Company' .... 2.10

them. Block 238 .................. V 1.0 The Clewis ton Company... 2.10 Block 518 ................. f1'. 3.3 The Clewiston Company... 4.50

Block 239 ........;......... 3. The Clewiston Company... 3.90 Block 519 .................. "V, 3. The Clewiston Company... 3.90

MRS. SCHARX ERG IS HOSTESS Block 240 .................. '. 1.6 The Clewiston Company... 2:10: Block 520 .................. ', y;:. 2. The Clewiston Company... 2.70

ENEFITMrs. Block 241, .................. 2. The Clewis ton Company... 2.70 Block 521 .................. V'y., 2.2 The Clewiston Company... 2.70

AT LADIES AID Block 242 .................. 3. The Clewiston Company... 3.90 Block 522 .................. '.,:. V' 25 The Clewiston Company... 3.30

Block 243 .....:............ .' 5.1 The Clewiston Company u,_ fi.30 Block 523 .................. ; _-. .. : 2.2 The Clewiston Company... 2.70( -

H. J. B. Scharnberg was hostess Block 244 .................. 3.5 The Clewiston Company :::: 4:5: Block 524 ............:..... ',' 2.3 The Clewiston Company... 3.30

last Thursday afternoon at one Block 245 .................. ." 3.5 The Clewiston Company... 4.50 Block 525 .V' : :' The Clewiston Company... 2.10

of the series of benefit bridge parties Block 246 .................. 3.5 The Clewfston Company u.. 4.50 Block 526 ..........:....... ': 2.8 The Clewiston Company... 3.90

being given by members of the Ladies Block 247 .................. 3.5 The Clewis ton Company.? 4.50 Block 527 .................. -'..: 3.3 The ClewIston Company... 4.50

Aid Society. Block 248 .............:.... 2.7 The Clewiston Company .... 3.30 Block 528 .................. ,' 3. The Clewiston Company... 3.90

The players were divided into two Block 249 .................. V 2.7 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 Block 534 ...........:...... : 3. The Clewiston Company.... 3.90

High scores were won by Block, 250 ..............._. V 2.7 The Clewiston Company ..__ 3.30 Block 535 .................. : :,.'. 3.3 The Clewiston Company... 4.50

Mrs.groups.Grover Poole and Mrs. E. R. Block 251 .................. 2.7 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 Block 536 .................. :' ,;} 3.3 The Clewiston, Company... 3.90

Block 253 .................. 2.4 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 Block 537 .................. \ 3.2 The Clewiston Company... 3.90
Fontaine second by Mrs. W. C.
; Block 254 .................. 2.7 The Clewiston Company .:.. 3.30 Block 538 ...........;...... V ,' -:. 2.4 The Clewiston Company ?... 3.30

Worth and Mrs. J. E. Winn; third, Block 255 .............:.... 2.7 The Clewlston Company... .3.30 Block' 539 .................. 2.2 The Clewiston Company... 2.70

by Mrs. Clyde Bird and Mrs. F. ,R. Block 256 .................. 3. The Clewfston Company... 3,90 Block 540 :................. 2.5 The Clewiston Company .._ 3.30 ,,'

Maxwell; low by Mrs. W. H. Mc- Block 257 .................. 3. The Clewis ton Company... 3.90 Block 541 .................. ;*, 2.2 The Clewiston Company... 2.70

Cracken and Mrs. A. O. Ward. Mrs. Block 258 .................. ',. 3.5 The Clewiston Company... 4.50 Block 542 .................. .. 2.1 The Clewiston Company... 2.70 '

Dave G. Alston won the lucky cut. Block 259 ................. .' 3.5 The Clewiston Company... 4.50 Block 543 ................__ V 3.1 The Clewiston Company... 3.90

Those enjoying the afternoon In- Block 260 .................. 3.2 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 Except Lots 1, 2 & 7, '

'( ""T* eluded Mrs. C. W. McDonald, Mrs. Block 261 .................. 3.2 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 Block 544 .............. 2.0 The ClewIston Company... 4.20

r ; VW. C. Worth, Mrs. Marshall Yena- Block 262 .................. 2.6 The Clewfston Company... 3.30 Lot 7, Block V'544 .... Marie Reidelsbacher and

.'}l wine, Mrs. A. F. Goodman, Mrs H. R. Block 263 .................. 2.,6 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 Emory Fluckinger .......... 1.80

Block 264 .................. { 2.6 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 Block 545 .................. 3. The Clewiston Company... 3.90 V
Hall Mrs. E. L. Stewart Mrs. 1'R.. ;, V
Block 265 .................. :.'. 2.7 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 Block 546 .................. ; 4.6 The Clewiston Company... 5.70

Maxwell: Mrs Grover Poole,
B, Furgess, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. Block 267 ..........:....... 3.4 The Clewiston Company... 4.50 Block 548 .................. 2.6 The Clewiston Company... 3.30

Barney Thomas, Mrs. C. E. Miner, Block 269 ...'...;.........:. 1.4 The Clewfston Company... 2.10 Block 549 .................. 2. The Clewiston Company... 2.70

Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. M. E. Von- Block 270 .................. 3.2 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 Except Lot 4, Block ,

Mach, Mrs. W. II. McCracken, Mrs Block 271 .................. 3.2 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 550 .__..................... 2.4 The Clewiston Company... 3.60

R. T. Mitchell, Mrs. Dave G. Alston, Block 272 .................. 1. The Clewiston, Company... 1.50 Lot 4, Block 550 ........ W. ,T. Frith ........................ 1.50

Mrs. L.\,C. Miller Mrs. Van Cothern, Block 273 .................. 1.5 The Clewiston Company... 2.10 Block 551 ................ 3.6 The Clewiston Company... 4.50

Mrs. D A. Block 274 .................. 1. The Clewiston Company... 1.50 Block 552 .................. 3.3 The Clewiston Company... 4.50
Mrs.
McGeachy W. D.
, ,, ;; Block 275 .................. 3.5 The CJewiston Company... 4.50 Block 553 ................__ 3.6 The Clewlston Company... 4.50
Harriss
Mrs. Mark Lawler' Mrs. E. Block 276 .................. 3.4 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 Block 551 .............:.... 3.3 The Clewiston Company... 4.50

(Continued on 'page 6) Block 277 ..............,,.. .2.2 The Clewiston Company... 2.70 (Continued ,on page six)



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'- -, 5v;' r FRIDAY,JAIIGIIST 18, 1933 |
TUB CLEWISTON T1'L1'PSMRS.
WAGE SIX .......

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Electric shock and carbon monoxide 1
SCIIARNBTCRG IS HOSTESSAT -
poisoning which comes from -t
BENEFIT NOBLES BOUND :;
LADIES AID !
Inhaling the exhaust from a motor :'tI

VACATIONSand I require the application of artificial -,{
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(Continued from 5)
page OVER TO FALL 'respiration in much the same way ,
C. Mills, Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. W. as 'i
A. Davis, Mrs. G. F. Terrill, Mrs. A. for a person who has apparently "j;

O. Ward, Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs. I x drowned. The prone method of :
TERM OF COURT artificial respiration is described in ;
W. P. Vaughn jr., Mrs. Lloyd Sparrow -
the next article of this series.
Mrs. J.W. Ezelle Mrs. J. E. HEALTH

j Wynn, Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Mrs. E. R.,.

Fontaine, Mrs.' N. H. Hemmenway, (From Moore Haven Democrat)

I Mrs. Clyde Bird, Mrs. Gayle McFad- E. T. Nobles, of North LaBelle, By Dr. ERNEST H.'LINES PELICAN LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE

den, Mrs. N. A. Nielsen Mrs. J. P. was bound over to the Glades county Eminent AutherUy anA Chief Mjdleol EMrccMr DISTRICT. Will sell in whole or ,
J NM Y.Hb UI.L,+nra.C.eo.P-7 $2700.00 worth of Main.' ,
in part I.
I Percy, Mrs. M. W. Bigg Mrs. C. L. grand jury on a statutory' charge

Nall, Mrs C. L. Downs, Miss Bonceil involving a thirteen year old North FIRST AID tenance Warrants Pelican Lake ( rj'Jt
should be treated by Sub-Drainage District. Good for '
Stone, Miss Frances Munroe Miss LaBelle girl, at a preliminary Fractures ipa3'ment
Jacobsen Miss Eunice Meredith, applying a splint made 'of any rigid in taxes. Make Cash of.
Ulla hearing before Circuit Judge Geo. Forethought may prevent accidentsand
Miss :Knowles.! Tea material to prevent any further Injury fer. P.O. Box 362, Jackson. .
and Aubrey W. Whitehurst at LaBelle Monday, quick thought and action may
Mrs. A. J. Ciani and Mrs. to the tissues by the fragmentsof villc, Fla. I .
guests were and his bond set at $2500. Noblesis prevent an accident from turning into '
Harry Turner. in jail here unable to give bond. a fatality. Know the rules for bone and to facilitate transporta-

I i W. D. Bell, of Arcadia repre- first aid, and apply them when necessary tion of the injured person. The PAIIOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT
KETTLYONMr. splints should extend on both sides Will sell cheap, in whole or in
i senting the defendant, appeared before without losing your head.
I : County Judge Vorhees, on the The cardinal principle of first ,aid well beyond the point of injury. part; $3500.00 worth 6f bonds
i and Mrs. Joseph Kettl of Mass- issue 19 2 9 maturity late
Monday following the arrest of is to render, such help in time of ,accident Sunstroke and Heat trict
I illon, Ohio,announce the engagement Unit Pahokee Drainage Dis
Nobles and asked for, a preliminary as the facilities at hand will Sunstroke and heat prostration East
: of their daughter Beatrice Catherine f bear interest six
Bond
hearing. After talking to his permit., If you ,are going on a hunt- which are discussed more fully in a 19 5 :1.
; to Mr- George A. Yon of South Bay. for
: client, however, he said that any ing, camping, o'r automobile trip, it later article in this series, requirerest per cent. Bonds good paymentin
will take at nine '
The wedding place O. 362.
P. Box
amount of bond up to $5,000 couldbe is a wise precaution to carry alonga and quiet in the shade, and a taxes.
oclock Saturday morning at the St. Florida.
; Jacksonville,
Margaret's church the ceremony will raised and they would waive the first aid outfit, which may be secured light, simple.diet..
hearing. He later asked again fora from any drug store. Learn
be performed by Rev. Father Finne-
; ; hearing and Judge Vorhees refusedon how to use the contents. When any- (Continued f rom page five) '

> gan.The account of the expense attachedto one has been injured get the vic
couple will leave at once on
,i .. securing witnesses, and the fall tim to a doctor Just as soon as possible Description Acres Owner Amount c
a short wedding trip to Florida points term of court is so near. Bell after applying first aid. .. 3.7 The Clewis ton Company... 4.50 ;'
return will make Block 555 .............. ..
and their they ... 4.50
upon then instituted habeas corpus pro- Bleeding or hemmorhage is. one of Block 556 .................. .. 3.3 The Clewiston Company ;,
their home at South Bay where Mr. ... 4.50
ceedings and secured the hearing the commonest and most serious ac mock 557' .................. F 3.3 The Clewiston Company
You is employed by the U. S. Sugar before Judge Whitehurst.The cidents. When an artery has been Block 558 .................. J roo 2.6 The Clewiston Company... 3.30
0 ...
I corporation. Block 559 .................. [" 3. The Clewiston Company 3.90 _',
severed result of serious cut
j attack is alleged to have occurred as a a ... 3.90 f
Block 560 .................. T 2.9 The Clewiston Company
31 near North LaBelle, the blood is bright red and comes in ...
July 4.50
NALIA- IUl"nOEI Block 561 .................. F 3.3 The Clewiston Company
I after the girl had accompanied spurts. In that case, pressure shouldbe :';" Clewiston Company... 330!
The (
2.6
Block 562 ................. if'-
i In,a simple but beautiful ceremony Nobles, and another girl to Fort applied to the heart side of the Block 563 .................. -' ... 2.6 The Clewiston Company... 3.90,

performed in the study of Rev. Ev- Myeis. She is receiving treatmentin point of bleeding, preferably with a Block 564 .................... :r- 2.9 The Clewiston Company..., 3.90

erett S. Smith, pastor of the First a Fort Myers hospital. tourniquet, which may be improvisedfrom Block 565 ................... 3.6 The Clewiston Company... 4.50

Christian church of Miami by Rev. Nobles is a former school board a handkerchief or a piece of Block 566 .................. ;-- 3.2 The Clewiston Company... 3.90

W. B. Furgess, pastor of the Clewis- member of Glades county, having retired cloth. If it is necessary to apply the Block 567 .................. -;-;- '3.7 The Clewiston Company...... 4.50

ton Community church Miss Frances from that office in January of tourniquet for any period of' time, it Block 568 ............:.... 3.3 The qlewistJn! Company 4.50
1 should be loosened 15 20 Block 569 .................. ," 3.6 The Clewis ton Company... 4.50
Akeis Munroe became the bride of this year. every or _
Block 570 .................. 3.2 The Clewiston Company... 3.90
Mr. Campbell E. Nail Sunday even- minutes to prevent gangrene. 'Shouldit Block 571 ..............:... 7 '" 3.6 The Clewiston Company... 4.50

ing. Only a few intimate friends of THE MACHINERY STARTSThe prove impractical to apply a tour- Block 572 .........?....... 7. 3. The Clewiston Company... 3.90

the young couple were present at niquet, pressure may be 'applied by Block 573 .................. r 2.2 The Clewiston Company... 2.70

the ceremony.The great National Recovery the fingers or by means of a pad Block 574 .................. 4. The Clewiston Company... 5.10
program .
bride was attired in a lovely forward all held in place by a bandage. I Block 575 .................. ; 1.9 The Clewiston Company... 2.70
is
frock of pink lace enhanced by; a moving along Wounds. Block 576 .................. ". 2.7 The Clewiston Company... 3.30
fronts. A bond issue for $850,000000 .
shoulder of gardenias. Wounds should be cleaned and a Block 577 .................. 3.8 The Clewiston Company... 5.10
.
corsage is the of Mr. has been oversubscribed, many suitable antiseptic applied. This is Block 578 .................. -" '2.7 The Clewiston Company... 3.30
The bride daughter
codes have been completed and mostof particularly important when the Block 579 .................. '' 4.7 The lewiston Company... 5.70
and Mrs. A. A. Munroe and has beena .
the industries have been covered contain infected Block 580 .................. 7.5 The Clewiston Company... 9.30
popular member of the younger set in by blanket regulations framed at wound may material. Block 581 .................. 3.5 The Clewiston Company... 4.50

since her arrival in Clewiston three Washington-because the officialsof Dog-Bites. Block 582 .................. ",= 3.8 The Clewiston Company... 5:10

years ago. The groom is the son of the government wouldn't wait. Dog bites should be cleaned and Block 583 ................. ":;.. 7.4 The Clewiston Company... 9.30

Mr. and rrs. B. E. Nall and is fore- There are a good many squeaks in cauterized. If possible, the animal Block 584 .................. 3.8 The Clewiston Company... 5.10

man of the Clewiston Motor Company machine but the governmenthas should be put under observation to Block 585 .................: < 4.1 The Clewiston Company... 5.10
the
here. new see if it is rabid, and if it shows evi- Block 586 .................. ".. 9.2 The Clewiston Company' .... 11.10
been with its oil can and ..
After spending a week at Miami busy dence of this disease, ant i rabic Block 587 .................. ... 1.5 The Clewiston Company... 2.10
will returnto the result is that everything is run- treatment should be instituted bya Block 588 .................. 5.3 The Clewis ton Company'' .... 6.90
Beach the couple
;young ning even' more smoothly than was physician. Block 589 .................. 5.3 The Clewiston Company... 6,90

Clewiston Monday to make their anticipated.-Ex. Block 590 .................. 7.2 The Clewiston Company... 8.70
home in the Schult apartments.MRS. Burns. Less R. R.. Block 591 6.6 The Clewiston Company... 8.10

GUY N. BEVER Burns'require first aid attentionto Less R. Ro, Block 592 7.4 The Clewiston Company... 9.30

LAWRENCE SURPRISED prevent Infection and to relieve Block 593 _.............. .. '- 7.4 The Clewiston Company... 9.30

G AT )MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER Guy N. Bever of Sebring, who with pain and shock. Apply a suitable Block 600 .................. 2. The Clewiston ,Company... 2.70
his brother, Charles'D. Bever, estab- ointment or dressing and protectthe Less R. R.. Block 601 2. The Clewiston Company... 2.70

Miss 'BonceilStone and Mrs. Van lished the B. & B. Cash Grocery; chainin injured parts. If the burn is Lot 2.Block 602 ........ 1.1 The Clewiston Company.._ 1.50 ;:

Cothern were joint hostesses Fri- South Florida, died at his home extensive a doctor should be con- Lot 2, Block 603 .... 1.1 The Clewiston Company... 1.50 ,"f.1., r

'day afternoon at a miscellaneous home Friday of heart trouble.Mr. sulted. Lot 2. Block 604 .... 1.1 The Clewiston Company -... 1.50 ,

Bever was associated with his Country Club, less'can-
shower given at the home' of Mrs. brother, Charles D. Bever of Fort TO AN IRRITATING PERSON al Rwy ...............::... 162.38, The Clewiston Company .....192.60R.
'iL. C. Miller for Mrs. A.'w. Lawrence.Two .
Myers, in the establishment and operation -
tables of cards were enjoyed, (When words fail you clip this Y. PATTERSON,
of the B and B chain of
the bride gro- Tax Collector of the City ofClewiston
after which recent was and mail it to
your pet peeve.)
ceries and was a frequent visitor
Florida.II. .
presented a number of lovely gifts here in connection with the local By M.. C: Baker in Lake Worth Her- .
from her friends. The presents were ald:
B and B store. Mr. Bever remained

presented Those in an unusual werelIrs.manner.. Zerney with the Table Supply Company af- You're the thumb In my coffee ...N.N.NN. .N.N.N.N.N.N.N.NN. .N.N.M.N.N.N.N.NN. .N.N.N... .NN. .N.N.N.N.N.H.N.N.N......
present . . . . . . .NN . . . .
ter that concern took over the B You're the sand in my eye ..N.N.N....N.N.N.N'N. .N'N. .N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N. .N....N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N..... _
Meredith Mrs. W. C. Hooker Mrs.
You're the ants in my pants.You're ,
Urey Waldron, Miss Louise Waldron, and B chajn. the fly in my pie.You're yy. .

Mis. L. C. Miller, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, yy

Miss Roberta George, Mrs. H. A. Land Motor Supremacy '

Miss Sue Maxwell, Miss Evelyn Hare :Another difference between the You're the the barb worm on in my my wire apple, =ii::= Speculation :ii:::

Miss Mae Lily Stone, Miss Eunice automobile and the horse Is that the You're the pain in my neck, .!..:.

Meredith and Miss Frances Munroe. automobile can be made to go justas You're the nail in my tire.You're ...t.:....::. '.J', .' ., .....!..

;Tea guests were Mrs. A. A. Munroe fast away from the home stable : :" +

'and Miss Ulla Jacobsen. as toward It.-Cincinnati! Inquirer. ,', :_:::: Is Exciting ';. .;" : ;'-',. ::::::
the boil on my nose, .;..;. \: :',:,' '.,: .:..:.

You're the corn on my toe, YY.... .:....
And in additionYou're xx: t J ++

Lid a blank So-and-So. .
.::x but aren't safety of principal and assured: 'i4 {{'

A TAX COLLECTORS ARE EXTENDING .;4 return more important right now? :;::( "
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FACTS ABOUTMILKSUGAR : : .N
1932 ROLL ....
:;:::: V If you are ready for real profit without' : :

.:.+ any breath-taking thrills (as most sensible ::::_:

,Continued from page 1) :::::: people are these days). you'll be interested f+.

five years must be paid in cash or .:.+ in the Building and Loan plan. It has .r:

there can be no savings on delin- .i.i .2. been going along serenely for many years :;::::

quent taxes. This puts the delin- :'H'::: now, paying its patrons consistently high ..ri.f i'j
Milk contains natural sugar (lactose) which tends to promote returns without X:::
quent on the same basis for the fut- j +: doing any tricks with
favorable conditions in the human intestines. their +.;.
ure as the man who pays promptlyand :t:::: money.

will eliminate the possibility of f+ XX
FAT As a matter of fact there have, been fewer :t:=::
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at.a discount
the delinquent paying up :i' .
Milk-fat being an emulsion, Is easily digested. In the formof with bonds and then falling be- .... actual losses under this plan than under
++_ any other financial plan in the world. That X:::
butter it is unequaled in flavor, palatability digestibility, hind again. October 2, is the last
:::::: covers a lot of territory, but it's the truth. :;:::
energy value and vitamin content. Milk fat is cheap in price, day to pay 1932 taxes. f+

........_. considering what it gives In food value. With the extension 'of time on the .... Even the late, unlamented depression, XX
I delinquent property, made necessaryby :=::::i': which left many other established finan .:..:.

VITAMIN1Iilkfat. the law requiring this property: to .;;;+; vial institutions in such bad order, failed :ii;::

be added to the tax roll State Comp- rz to hurt the reputatIon of the Building f+
next to cod-liver oil and egg yolk is the most abun- :':: ....
dant source of vitamin "A", the increased use of which, Dr. troller J. M. Lee, has called on the .:....:.. and Loan. YY: :

Sherman tells us. "increases the duration of life, extends the tax collectors in the 64 counties not vv

prime of life and produces better resistance to' disease." already "sold" to give the same extension 77

Milk is preeminent as the fountainhead of vitamin "A"- to the property owners who f.. J YY....
:
I Crimblne and Toby. Other vitamines In less degree are also have been paying their taxes up to +.!I: I We c.. ..i....:..
present in milk. Orange juice supplements. the vitamin .:.. .:..:.
I "C" contnt this year. .... H' : :.
p of milk. : Own Your Own ,
"Certainly the tax payer has a .;... YY.r:

I (Excerpt from Statement of the State DepYfttment of right to the same 'break' as the man vi

who has not been paying" said the
Agriculture). comptroller in a statement to the i i U
Clewiston Home '
tax: collectors. "If we extend time for _

who hasn't been paying YY ,
the man
f
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RB that do the .... : : -
fairness requires we

same for those who have just. recently ,

Clewiston Dairy lapsed.BEYOND" RECOLLECTION :Ii: Building Association i 7Yi : l



-- :i:::: Administration Building ::: :
.:...
First Stenog.-Harold took me : :
I Company out in his new car last night and .::::: AN INISTITUTION FOR SAVING +yyi iClewiston

I took seven drinks out of his flask.I .
:i::: Florida ::: ::
wonder if I did wrong? .
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Second Stenog.Good heavens
DRINK MILK FOR HEALTH r a.
dearie can't remember?,-Michigan -- _
you' .7 ... (t.r-r: :. tt1)o.'t: : ) -:. .("..)* .f ...:.... ...:. <,
-- ," :; ;, ; : ;i io"" '" \ Mows: + $; 6.b. .1
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