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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 25, 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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, VOLUME 7. XUM.IJEII 33. CLEWISTOX, ,FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1933. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 YEAR




I, SPEAKER DECLARES PAPAYA TO CONCERN COMMERCIALIZE ORGANIZED FRUIT FATS MEET LEANS SHOLTZ T O MAKE REQUESTS: SEPTEMBElt FLORIDA ONLY ONE CHANGE

MONTH OF HIGHWAY( SAl'ISTY

Tampa, Aug, 23, (FNS)-Experimental -
HAS MORE IN ANNUAL EVENT
GLADES MADE IN
work quietly carried on for a Tallahassee, Aug. 23, (FNS)-Cooperation BUDGET;

I period of five years, resulted this of civic organizations, officials

week in' the organization of Kings- and individual citizens was urged -
THURSDAY
THAN BOTH COASTS HERE MILLAGE SET AT 41
.. 'ton Papaya Industries. by Governor Sholtz in an effortto

I The concern will grow and mar- promote highway safety in Florida.
I! "It is highly'desirable that citizens
"The Everglades has more than the I ket papayas and papaya proucts on a The annual sports claSsic. of Clew- ; Only one change was made in the
of this state join with those in
:' East and West. coasts put together,"commercial scale, operating their own iston is scheduled to be played here I I' other tentative budget advertised by the

CLiff Goodmen, manager of Wclls-I nurseries, plantations, by-products Thursday _afternoon, August 31, when :- Hendry county commissioners two

!' Royal Lumber company, told the Ki- factory, and chemical laboratory. the Heavy-weights (the Fats prefer' weeks ago when the budget was adopted -

'. wanis club in a booster talk here!, The medicinal value of the papaya to be called that) meet the leans of.I said the governor when he issued a and'the millage for the coun-

;- Wednesday night. is generally known. Nearly all partsof the Kiwanis club on the local base- (proclamation designating Septemberas ty set last Friday. The change being -

'., Mr. Goodman is a firm believer the plant produce valuable hy1 ball diamond in 'what promises to Highway Safety month. the addition of five dollars a
Nearly 500 people lost their livesin
in the territory served by his lumber -1 products. The seeds are used in the be a' screaming success as out-of- month for juvenile judge's salary,
automobile accidents in Florida
:. company, which he said covered treatment of stomach disorders. Roots door entertainment: Elbert Stewart the result of a mandamus suit filed

.:, the whole Everglades area. He said produce an ingredient of nerve tonics. announced Wednesday night. E. E. last year and since 1920 the death by H. A. Rider, county judge, to require -
toll has been 4500
',-' he had first come to the Everglades The milky juice from the leaves and (Pap) Kelly has been named to cap- ranking automo- the county commissioners to

at Canal Point 17 years ago, and after -''stems are used in the preparation of tain the Heavy-weights, and Charlie bile accidents as the ninth greatest place some item in the budget to.
cause of death.FEDERAL.
.,' walking a few miles through the!' cosmetics. Soap manufacturers em- Miner will' be at the helm of the pay a salary as juvenile judge.: '

grass to transact some business with ploy several papaya by-products ina Leans' team. The millage was set at 41 mills

:', a farmer there, he! left and did not number of ways. There will be an admission charged JUDGES which is the same figure placed last

'I return until this year. The vast' to witness the event, but the chair- year. Of this, ten mills is to go to

: change in the territory amazed him, man of the recreation committee has the county schools.

he said, and added that "the surface STATUS OF FLOOD said the price is within reach of all RULE AGAINST The commissioners' placed the mill-

r has just been scratched in the devel-
-11 centsIt is believed that the
age at 41, in the face of losing the _
oment of the Everglades." CONTROL GIVEN I price was a compromise between ten revenue coming to the county from

Dr. Buck Proposes Bible Class and fifteen cents, or perhaps the FUTCH BILLA (I'the operation of horse and dog racetracks '

Included among the guests at the price of ten cents was made and then ( in Florida. This the
year gen
Kiwanis club's luncheon was Dr.. W. with the price of all other
BY GEN. BROWNEfforts things eral fund of the county was swelledby
J. Duck of Belle Glade, who came advancing, the extra cent was placedon ruling by three federal judges in approximately $10,000 from this

to the meeting to request the ap- for good measure. a case brought to prevent the tax source. A local law was passed by

." pointment or'a committee of the Kiwanis I of local citizens to learnt Heavy Line-Up Doubtful collector .of the St. Lucie Inlet,, Dis- which a portion (unknown) will be
: club to meet with a similar
/ 'trict and port authority from
". e status of the Lake Okeechobee Just how the Fats will line up on ac- immediately turned over to the coun

t committee from the Pahokee Rotary Caloosahatchee River flood control the field, no one knows yet. The'':'icepting bonds of the district in pay- ty schools. The law, as passed at
and the Belle Glade Civitan clubsto
project have interested"state and fed- weight limit of' 170 pounds has been ,ment of St. Lucie district taxes resulted the 1933 session,. provides that the
map out a program for the form- in the decision that bonds
eral officials in the local conditions. fixed and from the looks of the club may commissioners shall pay to the school
ation of an Everglades Men's Bible ,not be accepted for taxes. It held
funds what ever amount is necessary -
members three
Duck'said Several letters and telegrams have only players seem to
Class. Dr. the ,
manager in effect that the so-called Futch
of the Everglades Theatre at Belle been received by county and city be eligible for the Fat team. How- anEarly' to bring the schools revenue up
laws are unconstitutional in
Glade had offered such a group the officials and citizens who have been ever, Pap Kelly gave a knowing grin their bond ,provision. Judge NahanP. to $50 per pupil per year.

I making inquiries.' Major General when asked about his prospectiveline Although the assessment roll is
use of the theatre for a Bible class. Bryan, one of the three judges
He said the inspiration for such a Lytle Brown, chief of engineers of up, and it is believed that Pap who rendered the decision explained a great deal higher this year than in

class had been born in Clewiston at the War Department wrote Senator has, some ringers up his sleeve.E. I the last year, much of the lands on
that,, only this phase of the law was
the excellent talk here by Rev EverettS. Duncan U. Fletcher, who had requested L. Stewart, czar of Kiwanis :i ruled on, and that the moratorium the assessment ,books is land on
information concerning the project base-ball here which tax certificates have been issued
Smith, lecturer for the Olympia issued drastic orders and other provisions were riot considered -
Men's Bible class at Miami, who was : to the members, saying that the game'I un-constitutional. to the state. This raises the

'{, speaker here a month ago. "Due to budgetary restrictions, the would be played for nine full innings -I I total, but is is not likely to raise the
| It was the opinion of the judges actual
\; It is planned to have the first Department, at the present time, is and that any player who fails cash payments will be derived

:'' meeting i of'the class September 3, limited to maintenance operationsand to play the entire game, 'if called j that the "Florida law is un-consti- from the tax certificate land.
tutional because it impairs the obli-
Y at Belle Glade, he said. ,A promi- to the completion of existing upon by his captain, will be fined. ; The present assessment roll is approximately
gation of the contract into which
,: nent Bible lecturer will conduct the, contracts. No funds are available The proceeds of tho game and the one million dollars-
the district entered when it issued
lesson. An invitation was also extended -: with which to start additional workon fines will go to the underprivileged "
$1,250,000 worth of bonds. The
,, to Clewiston to attend the this project, or on 'any other pro- children's fund 'of the club.
Court cited section 10, Article 1, of Is Arrested
Men's Bible Class in West Palm jects., A list of projects, includingthe The promoters said they had look- Negro
the federal constitution, "No state
OkeechobeeCaloosaliatcheejroject ed far and wide for
Beach. Lake a copetent um-
shall take anything but gold or silver -
Committee Xamcd. has been :recommended to pire, one who would, show no partiality I r Wearing Overcoat
for debts nor pass any law impairing -
the Administration of Public Works and after much thoughtful consideration -
A committee composed of Dr. J. W. I the obligation of contracts."
for inclusion the Public Works gave the umpiring assign
Ezelle, C. H. Berner, and A. W.. Sias ''A bond-holder, Miss Janet McNee of A man wearing an overcoat'in
being prepared by the ad- ment to Miss Marion Leydig, the only I
program
_
t was named to meet with the joint (' Kansas, who owns $43,000 of St. South Florida last Saturday should
ministration. However, no announce- honorary member of the Kiwanis
/ committees in Belle Glade Tuesday i iLucie district bonds on which $3500 have attracted attention. .One did
ment has been received as to their club.
night. interest is in default, brought the in Clewiston and it caused his arrest.
action on this list.
Robert Fernald, Belle Glade postmaster suit. He was charged with stealing the
-
was also a guest of the club. "Until funds are allotted to this The Florida' state Supreme court overcoat as well as shoes, hat, some
BREAKERS CONTINUE
project by the Public Works Adm'inistration -
recently upheld both phases of the jewelry and a "preacher's creden
the department will be un-
,
Futch bill, and state and local offi- tials.
hEW DRUG STORE able to undertake any additional
work." SHUT OUT STREAK :cials have no comment to make upon John Layor, a negro, was arrestedat

(I the federal ruling. Local officials Bare Beach camp, near here as
TO OPEN TUESDAYA
will proceed ,according: to instructionsfrom he was sporting the overcoat up and

Kraemer Residents (By A. L. Hackett) i the state attorney general and down the streets of the negro settlement

new enterprise will enter the The Clewiston Canebreakers con- other state officials. The overcoat was the prop-

business field in Clewiston Tues- Protest, Flood ControlFrom tinued their shut out march last I erty of N. V. Reese, a negro preacherof

;"..., day, August 29th, when the Clewis- Sunday afternoon when they emerged Moore Haven who had made a
NRA Broadcasts
;;-' ton Drug company, recently incorporated from 'a pitchers battle ,with a 6-0 are special trip to Clewiston to locate

group, opens its store in the ( Moore Haven Democrat) victory over the U! S. Engineers., Pop I I his wearing apparel and his creden-

: Cottrell building next to the First There's no satisfying all the people Walker pitched, through five innings Booked for September tials. The preacher was more inter

Dank of Clewiston. about anything; and while 99.99 per without giving up a hit to weaken in ested in' the return of his credentialsthan

Since the building was vacatedby cent of the population of the Lake the sixeh and allow the 'Breakers to An international radio broadcast he was in getting his coat back

Okeechobee section is urging by letter score four three hits. William The arrested along with
Blate Bros :two months ago, a runs on in behalf of N.RA; is scheduled for negro,

complete change has been made in the telegrams, resolutions, and. personal Hooks gave up only three hits I I the last week in August, when the the overcoat and "credentials" was

interior of the store, the up-stairs appeals the completion of' the during the game. In this sixth, inning American Minister to Denmark, Hon handed over to the Glades county'

'j balcony'' has been converted into a Lake Okeechobee navigation and William Hooks lead off with a1' Ruth Bryan Owen, will talk from officers. The arrest was made by

lunch room and a space provided for flood control project, a few Kraemer double, went to third on Cato's .Copenhagen. ,She will include in her Ed. Butler, local constable.

island residents think the work grounder to second arid scored
dancing. one
j appeal the result of a 'survey of
Niblack in !should not be done at all. an error at home. Dick Hooks walk- :
Grady druggist chargeof
European countries in most of whichis
the store, said this week that the Press dispatches quote a letter ed, went to second when Nail was is said that intense interest is be- Truck Load_ of Honey

new store will be opened for busi- from V. H. Waggoner to President safe on an error; scored onWiley's in the '
ing,displayed great cooperativeeffort
ness Tuesday morning complete in Roosevelt and government officials hit. Jones followed with a hit to now in progress in the United Dumped into Canal

every detail. All this week goods protesting the levee and urging that score Nail and Wiley. I(States. The exact time of Mrs. Owen's

e have been arriving .and equipment the work be halted. The game started off with a battle !I broadcast, which is to be heard in (From Pahokee News)
being installed. The store has been Waggoner's letter states that in a
between the with
two
pitchers will be
;many: different lands, an- The bridge over the canal at 20-
i : redecorated throughout with green storm the crumbling of the levee neither getting in any serious' in j
nounced arrangements
as soon as Mile Bend on the road to Belle Glade
,, and black predominating as a color walls would let a wall of water rush trouble. Hooks struck out ten men, the variouss counties can be perfect as now become something more thana
scheme. over the south shore towns. Without -
Walker seven. Until the disasteroussixth ed. mere baptising hole for visiting
"We will handle everything a good a levee the water would rise inning, neither team seemed to I
for whichit
Other important network engagements office-seeking Republicans,
: drug store is supposed to Carry," gradually and there would be no sud- get away. Heads"up baseball, infields !
to be filled late in August and became famous during, the cam-
good drug store is supposed to carry den flood, he claims. and outfields clicked nicely,
early September include Senator William paign last year.
Mr. Niblack !said, and mentioned ice "The greatest mistake made by the chances being made and completed, "
Gibbs McAdoo, August 27, over with
vie certain
In fact it now
may
cream, drugs, sundries, magazines, state drainage board and engineerswas made the game one of interest to the
the National network from Wash- in nomenclature
tobaccos, sandwiches, beer and foun- when they conceived the errone- spectators. But with the sixth inning I other Iqcalitief -
ington 10:15 eastern standard time; claim honor the "sugar
and as
tain drinks and other that Lake Okeechobee
things.YONKETTL ous idea overflowed things seemed to change and
Commander Louis A. Johnson, of the bowl" of the Everglades, since 34
the lands around the southern with a series of the
,
errors game was
; American Legion, August 31, over each containing two fivegallon -
cases,
shore. But the fact is that it is put on ice by the 'Breakers. }I '
I 'the Columbia network from Phila- cans of honey, each case weighing
the Everglades which overflows into '
The Cane Breakers hope to meet a
delphia, 10:30: p. m. eastern standard 165 pounds, were left in the bottomof
Miss Beatrice Kettl became the Lake Okeechobee. strong team on the local diamond -
time Gen. W. W. Atterbury, presIdent automobile
; the canal, following an
bride of George A. Yon hero Satur-
It is apparent that there is Sunday afternoon.
of the Railroad,
Pennsylvania accident on the bridge at about 6
day in a beautiful wedding ceremony too few flood canals to take care Line-ups for the game are as follows 3 the National net- .
September over o'clock Tuesday morning.The
; performed by Father F. J. Finnegan, of the water, while their outlets to : Clewiston
10:15
work from Philadelphia
,_ pastor of the St. Margaret's Catholic I p.m. honey was being carried to
the ocean are too narrow to permitthe (Continued on page 6) eastern standard time; Gov. Albert C.
La-
Palm Beach truch from
church. few West by
Only a intimate friends ,
flood waters to out and
,
pass Ritchie, of Maryland, September 7, P- Cook for shipment by
Df the couple were present. Belle by F. ,
the water is turned back toward the
the Columbia network from
,
'ir-4. over I boat to New York, and while on the
Immediately after the
ceremony lake after a heavy rainfall.. Instead LEGION DAXCE TUESDAYThe
r, wedding breakfast Washington, 10:39 p.m. eastern short bridge, another machine forced
't- a was served at of the water flowing into the
dard time and Senator stan-I
\ the bride's home, and a short time lake, it is headed back on the lands Clewiston Inn will be the Robinson ; 14 the them through the railing.
Sept, over his companionwas -.
later the couple left on a honeymoon Neither Cook nor :
the levee of lL'lnceT'l1 tho
the scene
by destroying crops a by
10:30 I I
bia network from Washington,
but the truck and the
which will take them to points of injured,
even in the so-called 'drainage dis- American Legion Tuesday niuht,
eastern standard time. Other
interest p.m. thrown into the canal
in Florida. Upon their return trict'." it was annonnced by Ed. Butler, will I'honey were
speakers of national prominence It sank to the bottom. A,
they will be at home at South dance chaimuin. Music for the I where
be shortly.Jas.
Bay, where Mr- Yon is employed by Mrs. M. V. Hyman, and two ,chil- dance will be furnished by Tom- announced wrecker from West' Palm Beach was

the U. S. Sugar Corporation. dren, and Dick Hooks left today for mio Ylckcry and Her Pla '-UoJs, A. Stockley returned to Clew- summoned and succeeded in raisingthe
of \Vfs.l Palm Beach. Invitations truck:, but it is reported that the

i Mr. ,and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, and Plant City. Mrs. Ilyman has been have been sent to a large number is ton earthy this week from a tem- cases of honey were left in the canal ,

sons! returned to Clewiston Sunday visiting her brother W. W. Hooks, I of persons about the lake porary assignment at Daytona Beach. due to the inability of divers to bring

from a two weeks trip to Chicago. and family hero for several days. and a good crowd is expected. I He was transferred: to Moore Haven. the heavy cases to the surface;. "




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AUGUST 25, 1933.
FRIDAY,
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PAGE TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS

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PELICAN LAKE SUB-DRAINAGK L. Green, his wife, do appear upon
The Clewiston News the Rule Day in September, 1933,

BY DISTRICT. Will sell in whole or the same being the 4th day of Sep-
Published every Friday in Clewiston, TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY in part $2700.00 worth of Maintenance tember, 1933, to the bill of complaint --

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS RUSSELL KAY Warrants Pelican Lake filed, in this cause to foreclose

Inc. Sub-Drainage District. Good for a certain mortgage ,or deed of trust;
of said bill will
else the allegations
payment in taxes. Make Cash of- .
; .
taken confessed by said de-
be as
Entered as second class matter' You know our "Uncle Sam" always 1}the I did but for the love of Mike to fer. P.O. BOY 362, Jacksonville : fendants. r
February 1, 1927, at the Post Officeat
'I was such a husky, hardy old chap do somethin'. So Roosevelt pulledoff Fla. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act
once
that the idea of his ever gettin' sick his coat, rolled up his sleeves, this order be published a
of March 3, 1897. 1 for four consecutive weeks in
week
was beyond our comprehension. It and went to it.
s PAHOKEE: DRAINAGE DISTRICT The Clewiston News, a newspaper-
seemed that the older he got, the The old man was in a coma, but Florida..
A devoted to the best published in Hendry County,
interests newspaper stronger he was. lie could lick his the Dr. snapped him out of it with a Will sell cheap, in whole or illIal't DONE AND ORDERED at LaBelle,.
of Florida.
Tt's leading Hendry county, weight in wild cats. He was a jolt and began slammin' him on the $+3 OO.OO worth, of bonds, Florida, this 31st day of July, 1933-
newspaper. tough hombre but a square shooter back until he started coughing' up tiict issue 19 2 9 maturity date (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) -

and a keen business man. He had gold. Then he handed him a large :East Unit Pahokee: Drainage Dis- WM. T. HULL,

Subscription rate, per year.$2.00 more dough, more brains. and more bottle of "confidence" and told him 1953. Bond bear interest six Clerk of said Court. .

Outside of State of Florida2.50 pep than any other guy in the to take it. EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER,
per cent. Bonds good for paymentin
world. Weak and wobbly with his nerves 1st National Bank Building,
And healthy! Say he was born all shot, Uncle Sam 'sits up, rubs his taxes. 1'. O. Bpv 362. :Miami, Florida, t fi

Business Office, Clewiston News, with an iron constitution. Nothin' eyes and says "Wait a minute' Doc, Jacksonville, Florida. SOLICITORS FOR PLAINTIFF.
Clewiston
Editorial and '
Florida. could happen to him. He was a not so rough." But Roosevelt wasn'ttakin' Aug. 4, 11, 18, 25; Sept. 1. i- '
Advertising, same.OPPORTUNITY.
self-made He built his
man. up
any back talk from his patient. ---
fortune by the sweat of his brow. Pie wrote out a prescription or two, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE }

He' swung a mean axe in his early to the TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
and sent 'em Congress
over
IS KNOCKINGThe : IN AND FOK
OF FLORIDA, for ,
day and hardened his muscles in I
drug store. HENDRY COUNTY.IN ,
forest and mine. He worked and
saying that it is too "Listen he says, you've been CHANCERY. '
never studied lived within his income I 1 : '
ES 1
08"I "
late to mend, doesn't apply to physi- babied long enough. You're gonna R' I I 1 '
.,
minded his own business and gainedthe W. G. TROXLER, as ', .'
cal property. get up out of that bed and start :
respect and goodwill of every successor trustee, .; "
In these days, every communityhas eatin' again. Then you must go backto Plaintiff, see :
had its'' share of homes and busi- one.Then work, but I don't want you to- V.SUGARLAND. ':
he shed his overalls, fixed
-
. ness buildings which have been allowed -I over-do it., 35 or 40 }hours a week DEVELOPMENT JOHNK.MCWRYFOR ,
up a swell suite of offices, went in ,,
to depreciate to a. point where will do for a start, with plain whole- COMPANY, A corporation, et al, 'j,
and and
I for night clubs whoopee, ,
they are ready for the wreckingcrew.. ( some food and plenty of it." Defendants. -
spent most of his time hangin' over PUBLICATION OJ
Their degeneration may be laid to the ticker tape. He got soft and Just about that time the boy arrived ORDER OF ;\,1
the door of false Whilea I Affidavit for order of publication
economy. from the drug store with a
to spend more than ROOMS:
flabby, began COMFORTABLE
been filed required by CLEAN,
dollar "saved" having as
temporarily many I big bottle of NRA. Uncle Sam
I he made. The hang-overs got more law, and TASTY, APPETIZINGFOOD
dollars were lost because of it. sniffed at it and shuddered. "Aw
I His circulation went bad
frequent. IT IS ORDERED that the defend- ,
There are hundreds of thousandsof doc, he whines, I can't take that." '
him and Harriet A.
on < ants, E.V.. Stubbs
TRY
properties which can still be put Then Uncl eSam went to bed with "But you're gonna take it and like Stubbs, his wife, James Colleran and -
in good condition at moderate cost, it," Roosevelt comes righ back at W.
terrible. headache and an acute Mrs. James Colleran, his wife G- THE WATANABE
but which will be gone beyond: redemption pain in his side. Dr. Hoover was him, and he tells Johnson the head McCray and Mrs. G. W. McCray, his

if work is put off much I'tendon' him at the time and insisted nurse. to start, pourin' it into him. wife, Henry L. Green and Mrs. Henry I Mrs. F. Maxwell:: Prop. ;,

longer. Today we can still get In I on feedin' the old man sooth in' Well he's still got a fever and ,-!
on bargain prices for most supplies'! he's all broken out with "Blue
and opiates. Dr. Al Smith
and commodities-tomorrow will tell I[examined syrup him and insisted that 'an Eagles" but he's eatin' better than 1.1: =J ---- Z =iT-TT: .b..1

a different story. The wholesale he was and the old headache is
needed to his
operation was remove
price level has been skyrocketing, I gradually workin' off and it looks .3
18th amendment, but Dr. Hoover 4 J JI
and now ,the retail level is begin- listen : like he was really sonna get well.He's FACTS ABOUT MILK
wrmlrln'f.. ____ ______ to__ thaf.___n' .
ning to follow. You don't have to ,
been doin' a little more work
Well the old man kept getlin' I
take anyone's word for it that this worse' instead of better. The pain in each day too and that's' helpin' him )
is the time to build and repairthecold get his strength back. When he I "
his side was terrible All the timeit
and unprejudiced statistical ta- was takin' more and more doughto gets a little stronger they'll operateand r What is Clean Milk? ..
bles tell that, and they I I :
you permitof look after him. Some membersof remove that 18th amendmentand

no argument. his family got right down to rock with that out of the way the old ANSWER: Milk produced by healthy cows and '
Build now, improve handled in a sanitary manner ?
nowprovidejobs bottom, puttin' out for him. Constitution will pull him through. i AiY

and purchasipg power-remember where his folks But with the fever and "code" in I '
Finally it got to ,
that investment and What is a Healthy Cow? ,' ;
employmentare i }
were genuinely worried. Somethin'had his head we'll have to be cautious ,' (

they cheaper make charity than charity and. that to be done and done at once. and not over do it or he might develop i ANSWER: One that is not only free from disease J JI

unnecessary.AN Dr. Hoover was still applyin' the pneumonia and have a serious I but is also well fed and cared for. a

salve and soothin' syrup. relapse. NRA is a great tonic but 1 t

ANTIDOTE FOR WORRY"I Then they called in Dr. Rooseveltand we'll have to mix a little common What is Meant by Sanitary Manner? 'r;

I told him they didn't care what sense with each dose. ,',
.
have no time for worry: said
ANSWER: Tho following items are regarded as essential '
the happy man. "In the day time I'm 'II ,
too to the production of clean milk:
'I'm
busy, and at night too sleepy.
I A STATUE TO A LEG conductor came running up. i 1. Clean and healthy milkers and employees.
-The Sun Dial, Tampa. I
2. Concrete floor and in the barn. -
"Great Scot, man! cried the con- mangers; ;
Now
there's
some real Christian I Thousands of visitors to the battlefield 3. Keeping; cows clean. Washing udders and milk. :
philosophy for you! Wouldn't it be I of Saratoga at Schuylersville, ductor, aren't you killed? ing; with dry hands. \ .

grand if everybody could say that! N. Y., have been puzzled by a monu- "Naw-suh," came the reply, "that 4. Straining milk in milk room rather than in barn'. -i:

Keep busy, during the day, at your ment to a man's left leg-since the cement post must-a broke my fall." Cooling milk at once to 50 degrees F. or below. I .
work, in doing good for your fellow-! corner of the battlefield in which it G. Steam sterilization of all utensils. I I. u
man, in promoting things worthwhile Mechanical:: fillers and cappers. I I
i stands was restored by the Saratoga 8. Removal of mania daily ''ironi barn and 'arcJ''.
in
life and then
down at night lie i I Monument Association, according to Henry Jokes About himself 9. Keeping: floor of barn and milk room clean. I
with a clear conscience and
'
i the Providence Journal. 10. Proper screening of milk room.
sleep the sleep of the just ,and the I
I The memorial was apparently carved Henry Ford tells this one on himself 11. Clean water supply. I :ti

righteous. Most of us fuss and i I from a block' of marble from the according to Typing Tips. He 12. Sanitary toilets. i

fume during the day and then' lie I near-by Vermont quarries, does not was in the, habit of using a Ford car : (Excerpt from statement by Department of Agriculture.) ';

awake at nights either trying to mention the name of the man it to drive to and from his factory in 5

smother our guilty consciences with honors. Detroit to his summer home just out
On one side there is in bold
thoughts that shatter our nerves or relief a column carved like a Rev- of that city. One evening on his way Clewiston DairyCompany ;
figuring out and fur- .
ways of
means home he inthe
olutionary cannon on which are inscribed came across a man,
thering our selfish ends. Let's put a boot, an epaulet and a road who could not get his Ford

these things out of*our minds, keep wreath. On the other side a some- started. Henry Ford got out of his 'f

our hands busy and our hearts func- what mysterious inscription records machine and in a few minutes man- ,

tioning normally and see if we are that the monument, was erected by aged to get the other's car to move.. I
not a lot happier and the world aj i ;
much ji'Maj. John Wattse dePeyster in mem- The man, very much plesased, offered i
kindlier place than we ever I I ory of the "most brilliant soldier of Ford two dollars fo rhis trouble HEALTH r
DRINK MILK FOR
thought it could be. Winter
Haven
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Chief.OBLIVIOUS. I the Continental army: who was des- but it was promptly refused. The y

I perately wounded on this spot-win- man, insisted, said it would have cost = = J7"JV
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I ning for his 'countrymen the decisive five dollars to be towed back to :

;WIVES. TO CHANGES IX ''I I battle of the American Revolutionand town.

for himself the rank of Major "Keep your money," said Ford, "I
. . . . . . . . . . . .
General. (,; . . ... .. ... .. ..... "
Sometimes I wonder why women have more now than I can possibly :: .?.1 .NN,1. 1.1.IN. 1.11. .HNI. .NNN. IMNNNN. . .1.1. .N.1IINI. .N. .NNN. .. .1,1. .1. tII. {
The nameless man whose spend." _
memoryis _
complain that their husbands do not ...
notice their appearance, do not praise thus preserved in marble is knownto "What?" said the man, "You mean .i'l I .:. ,,I'

them more, says Margaret Weymouth every school child not for his to say that you have that much, 1

Jackson in Good Housekeeping. To heroism, but for the fact that he money and ride around in one of

my mind this is at once the greatest was a traitor to his country-Bene- these damn ,things." I i I i

i complaint and the luckiest ,break dict Arnold. Probably in all his- CLEWISTON 60LF
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,J most women ever have. tory he is the only man whose great "Why did y.ou stop publishing your

Let the slow weight accumulate, deeds, overshadowed by the black paper?" a friend asked of the editorof .;. .:. .:!

or the necessary weight disappear; .(('cloud of treason, are honored by a a rural weekly. .2. .:.

let the chins increase, or the wrin- !Blameless monument.The The editor replied, with a look of COURSE

kles gather-the chances are that story behind this strange mon- sadness and regret: "What was the \ ;Ii.

the man of the house won't know it [Uraent is interesting. When, in 1877 use of trying to publish any news ,, :: : /,

,' at all, unless Friend Wife, in a fit '!the Saratoga Monument Association when the gossips had broadcast it .:. L., ," "(.1;,' .." :
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of morbid self-consciousness calls it erected the Saratoga monument it all before I could get it into print?" .+' ,":,. .:::.: ;'J.
to his attention. For her personality was faced with the question as to Ij: .. ", ._. :!

her manner, her voice and her iwhat to do about Arnold. He was "What did you rip the back part .:. \ ::; ,:

moods are so much and nearer and !perhaps the outstanding hero of the out of that new book for?" asked A 1

more real to him than her appearance ,battle. But he was also subsequenty the long suffering wife of the absent- .i. .:.

that, it is only! right that he a traitor. In the circumstancesthe minded doctor. :;: :;: Z

doesn't consciously see her. | association left a blank space :: i ']
"Excuse me, dear, said the famous : :: ,

that We in come order back to make to fundamentals a success in, .,jamong carved on the the names shaft.of the Generals surgeon labeled ; "the'Appendix'part you and speak 1 took of was it I 1 1OPOll t tothe Pllblic b] : > :!= '1

marriage, a wife needs all the real I But Major Gen. de Pevster.. an officer out without thinking." ...

qualities for ,any successful life; that in the association, thought I :: :: ,1Y

sex appeal is only a part of her en- ,some recognition should be made. So, Needed Car >.

dowment that is necessary to give on his own initiative, he commissiond i :

her vigor and balance; that she can I a sculptor to erect the monument "And are you really content to ':

not build 'her solid house on the(showing:i the left leg-the leg that spend your life walking the country ::

sands of perishables youth and beau- brad i received a Hessian bullet when begging?" asked the old lady. +: ,,t ., /
ty alone; and that she must work I Arnold[ led the American troops in "No, lady," answered the tramp. .:. 'r .:'. c/;7

hard, and play fair, be kind and the thick of battle.-Tampa Tribune.SUNSPOTS "Many's! the time I've wished I hada : X.
true; and if she wants to put per- car."

fume behind her ears after thatit's :'Moderate: Green Fees :'_': '\.'4
her own business. Bisquick-theie was a time when _

people used to say I had more money :: j
:: Exceptional Fairways ,
\j "If lectures were edible I'd be' the I[ than brains. They can't say that

best fed man in town," growled the A Pullman porter was thrown any more. :_: Interesting Greens :i: (

j first married man. from his car when the train was Crisco-Why not? .
,
I "Yeh!" replied the other, that'e!! derailed and flew ten feet throughthe Bisquick-Because' I'm down to my .c.:. I ..t.:. :\

i one thing my wife' always has ready air before he hit head first last dime. .:. :: ::

i and waiting for me.when I get home against,, a concrete post. He lay therein Crisco-Yes but the -- - --- -- )

i from work. a daze rubbing his head when the, dime. ; you've got I f, ........:...................................................:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..............................:...........................'..............-II i




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NOTICE Description Acres Owner- Amount
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mtirap 'cI NOTICE is hereby given that the following described lands, or so Lot 11, Block 207 .... A. B. Farmqutst ..............._. 4.62
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..much thereof. will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein Lot 19, Block 207 .... Amelia 1\1. Hall .................. 4.14 I i
set opposite to the same, together with the cost of such sale and ad- Lot 20, Block 20,7 .... James P. Carroll ......_......... 4.14 :
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 _... Rt H. Isaacs ....................._ 4.14
at twelve o'clock noon at the City Ball of the City of
1933, beginning Lot 3, Block 208 .... W. A. Isaacs ........................ 3.18 i
AUGUST 27, 1933. Clewiston, Florida. Lot '4, Block 208 .... W. A. Isaacs .................... 3.18
SUBJECT: Saul-Israel's first Description Acres Ouiicr Amount Lot 5, Block 208 .... W P. Didlake .................... 3.18
king. Lot 6, Block 208 ____ W. P. Didlake .................... 3.18
Golden Text: "Behold to obey is So. 85 ft. of Lot 9 Lot 7, Block 208 .... Lawson Payne ......._.._...:..... 3.18
Block 9 .-........... Alston Drug Co .....__.__......$60.60 Lot 8, Block 208 .... M. Huie .............................. 3.18
better than sacrifice. 1 Samuel Lot 9, Block 20 ........ r Glades-Hendry Motor ,Co... 6.30 Lot 9, Block 208 .... J. W. Huie ,,....___........._..._..... 3.18

..15:22. Lot 10, Block 20 ....,... .- R.' E. Kurtz ........................ 6.30 Lot 10, Block 208 .... J. W. Huie .___..........:........... 3.18
Lesson Text: 1 Samuel 15:13-26. Lot 20, Block 23 ........ '1':;' C. B. Fitch .......................... 7.50 Lot 11, Block 208 .... John C. McCoy ............_....... 3.18
.'f Time of Lesson: About 1030 B. C. Lot 21, Block 23 ........ ', ::.. .:, C. B. Fitch .......................... 7.50 Lot 21, Block 208 ._.. Lewis F. Moore _............... 3.18
; (, In last Sunday's lesson Samuel Lot 23, Block 23 ........ .' :'r '::-- Hollis Lanier ,.................... 7.50 : Lot 22, Block 208 .... Lewis F. Moore ......._..._.... 3.18
t r said to Israel, I have made a king Lot 24, Block 23 .. >;: 'S, Hollis} Lanier ..._.....____....... 7.50 : Lot 24, Block 208 ..../ H. F. Bycroft .................... 4.1.
In 1 Samuel 7 15 Lot 25, Block 23 ........ : :] Hc ;lis Lanier ..:................. 7.50 I Lot 25, Block 208 .... Emma Willard ...........____..... 4.14
over
verse
you. Lot 26, Block 23 ........ '". Hojlis Lanier ;................... 7.50 Lot 26, Block 208 .:: Emma Willard .................... 4.14
we read, "And Samuel judged Israel_ Lot 30, Block 23 ........ ,: Colts, Inc. .................._......... 8.70 Lot 26, Block 354 .... .. Clayton C. 'l'ownes ............ 4.14
; all the days of his life." In chapter Lot 31, Block 23 ........ Colts, Inc. ............................ 8.70 Lot 33, Block 354 .... : -. J. W. Troeger .......:............ 62.70 ,
.8, verses 1, 3, 4 and 5, this is recorded Lot 32, Block 23 ,'.. : ; ; Colts, Inc. ............................ 8.70 Lot 1, Block 355 .... ,: John S. Banks .........__......... 4.14
: "And it came to pass when Lot 23, Block 26r.'....... > \ B. W. Jenks, Sr. ................ 6.30 Lot 17". Block 355 .._. Mary .A. Cronin ................ 3.66
Samuel was old that he made; his Lot 24, Block 26 ........ '., = B. W. Jenks, Jr. ___............... 6.30 Lot 23, Block 355 .... Olaf Olsen ..._............. ........ 4.14
sons Judges over Israel.-Then all Lot 25, Block 26 ., ;:.- B.. WJenks, Jr. .:. ............__ 6.30 Lot 24; Block: 355 .... ':': r I J. D. Gortatowsky ..._.___...... 4.14
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the elders of Israel gathered them- Lot 26, Block 26 ........ i' B. W. Jenks, Jr. .................. 6.30 Lot 25,. Block 355 ...: Bernard R. Payne ................ 4.14
selves together and came to .Samuel Lot 27, Block 26 : /. ,' B. W. Jenks, Sr. ................ 6.30 Lot 26, Block 355 .... : .', The Clewiston Company... 4.14Lot
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unto Raniah and said unto him Be- Lot 28, Block 26 ...__... .i.... B. W. Jenks, Sr. ................ 6.30 28, Block 355 .... l\Irs. H. J. Wanner "."f"".. 4.14
Lot 29, Block 26 ........ ,.. B. W. Jenks, Sr. -............... 6.30 Lot 18, Block 356 .... J. D. Gortatowsky ............ 4.62
hold, thou art old, and thy sons walk Lot ,30, Block 26 ........ '. B. W. Jenks, Sr. ....._.......... 6.30 Lot 19, Block 356 ,.... J. D. Gortatowsky ............ 4.14Lot :
not in thy ways: Now make" us a Lots 3 & 4, Block 27 '. The Bromar Corp .............144.30 20, Block 356 _... J. D. Gortatowsky ............ 4.14
king to judge us like all the na- Lot 19, Block 27 ........ ,' ';:ti The Bromar Corp ................ 7.50 Lot 21, Block 356 .... J. D. Gortatowsky ..........:. 4.14
tions." Samuel was displeased and Lot 20, Block 27 ........ .\ The Bromar Corp ..........__._.. 7.50 Lot 22, Block .356 ___. J. D. Gortatowsky ............ 4.14
prayed unto the Lord. "And the Lot 27, Block 27 m_.... ".; Elmer G. Case .................... 3.90 Lot 28, Block 356 .... Julia L. Sharkey............. 4.14
Lord said 'unto Samuel, hearken unto Lot 28, Block 27 .. .' ,; ', Elmer G. Case .................... 3.90 Lot 39, Block 356 .... Elmer G. Case .........:....._... 4.14
the voice of the people in all that Lot 29, Block 27 < :: Elmer G. Case ................._.. 3.90 Lot 40, Block 356 .... Elmer G. Case .........._......... 4.14
they unto thee: for they have not Lot 30, Block 27 '. ,+I. Elmer G. Case ......_............. 3.90 Lot 41, Block 356 .___ Elmer G. Case .................... 4.14
say Lot 31, Block 27 ........ '" ". '..:' Elmer G. Case ..:_................ 3.90 Lot 44', Block 356 .... ,'' Thos. B. Cahill .................... 5.10
'rejected thee, but they have rejected Lot 9, Block 81 ........ : J. D. Lynch .. ..................... 5.10 Lot 3, Block 358 .... '. O. H. Shuler ........................ 4.14
me, that I should not reign over Lot 12, Block 134 .... .< '; P. A. Poche ........................ 6.30 Lot 4, Block 358' .... Marjorie L. Durgin ............ 4.14
them." Lot 13, Block 134 _... : P. A. Poche "..__...._......__...... 6*30 Lot 18, Block 358 .... Margaret Lilleburg ............ 5.10
Then Samuel said to the people, Lot 14, Block 134 .... j.' P. A. Poche. ........_................ 6.30 Lot 21, Block 358 .... '.' Anna J. Kuhlman ................ 5.10
"This will be the manner of the Lot 17, Block 138.... .,' ':'; C. B. Fitch .__..................... '3.66 Lot 22, Block 358 .... : Anna J. Kuhlman ................ 5.34
4' king that shall reign over you: He Lot 4, Block 139.... :, ..' E. M. Peterson _._..............._. 5.58 Lot 24, Block 358 .... Anna J. Kuhlman ................ 5.10
J will take your sons, and appoint Lot 19, Block 139 ..... ,:.: Mildred Wheeler .--.:...--.._.. 5.58 Lot 29, Block 353 ..... : ; Marjorie L. Durgin ........:... 5.10. i
them for his chariots, and to be his Lot 1, Block 141 ;.5., Bertha Nehring :.__............ 6.30 Lot 31, Block 358 .... Fred E. Nelson .................. 6.30
horsemen and some shall run before Lot 11, Block: 141.... ,:.. i' Elmer G- Case ................__.. 6.30 Lot 43, Block 358 .... :. : Hilda- Toenberg .................. 4.14
; Lots 23 & 24, Blk 150 ,: : W. R. Hay ........._.................144.30 Lot 16, Block 361 .... : ;i. J. C. O'Neal....................... 4.14
his chariots-to ear, his ground, Lot 10, Block 151 .', ., ., Elmer G. Case ..__........____.... 5.10 Lot 11, Block 362 .... .",:::. c';! .Rebecca Lutz ...__.....__.......... 3.90
and to reap his harvests, and to Lot 11, Block 151 .... S. Elmer G. Case ......._.....__..... 6.30 Lot 12, Block 362 ___.. ) ," Rebecca Lutz __.........__......... 3.90
make his instruments of war, and Lot 12, Block 151 .... iO. .. Elmer G. Case ..................__ 5.10 Lot 24, mock 362 ___. l\Ir"s. J. H. Hayes ...__....... 5.10
.. his chariots. And he will take your Lot 13, Block 151 .... :' '.:,: Elmer G. Case ...._............. 4.62 Lot 30, Block 362 .... /' N. B. O'Kelley ................... 5.10
daughters to be confectionaries, and Lots 1, 2, 3, Block 152 ': .. G. L. Espenlaub ..........__..... 72.30 Lot 3, Block 363 ___. .:-\ A. O. Ward ...........___.......... 26.70
to be cooks, and to be bakers. And Lots 5, 6, 7, Block 152 l" H. Etherton .........--........... 53.10 Lot 12, Block 363 .... : ,' A. 1\1. Coleman .................... 3.66
he will take your fields, and your Lot 4, Block 156 .._..... ,' C. C. Klutts ......:................. 29.10 Lot 14, Block 363 .... : .:;Y, W. n. Griffiths ___...__........ 4.58:
vineyards, and your olive E% Lot 5', Block 156 '.\. C. C. Christian .................... 29.10 Lot 22, Block 363 .... ,'f" A. Toulis ....................._........ 26.70
yards-\\ Lot 24 Block 365 .... ." ': Edward Boyer .........._......... ;'1.90Lot
and give them to his W Lot 5, Block 156 .,,r.-'; C. E. Royer .... .....__ ........... 5.10 ,
will Lot 6, Block 156 ........ .' E C. E. Royer ......................' 9.90 11, Block 367..... -. Robert B. Martin ......:..... 3.66
he take the tenth-and give to Lot 7, Block '156 ........ !_:;:,<; George A. Heinz ................ 9.90 Lot 13, Block 367 .... '.' .. E. W. Hathaway............... 3.66
his officers, and to his servants. And ; Lot 17 Block 367' ___. Milan A. Farah ................ 3.66
Lot 24, Block 156.... :' )- Mrs. J. W. Scott ................ 79.50 : ,_ .
he will take your menservants, and Lot 1, Block 159 ........ ,- .,< Theo. Gottlieb, Trustee... 4.14 Lot 20- Block 367 .... Frank: E. Miller ................ 3.66

your maidservants, and goodliest Lot 6, Block 161.... ,.': :;- George Crowder ................ 2.70 Lot 24, Block 367 .... \.. < Fred E. Nelson ................ 3.90
young men-and put them to. his Lot 7, Block 161 ........ ': ,'. ,:' George Crowder .__............. 2.70 Lot 11, Block 368 ..__ ,\ ', Esther Warren .................... 4.62
work. He will take the tenth of Lot 2, Block 162 r:. ; j Mrs. J. E. Frederick ........ 4.14 Lot 2, Block 369 .... ., J. W. Troeger .................... 41.10

:your sheep: and ye: shall be bis ser Lot 6, Block 162 '...... -;': J. C. Windheim ...._........... 4.14 Lot 3, Block 369 .... .. J. W. Troeger _........._......... 41.10
vants. And ye shall out 'in Lot 12, Block 162 .... ,,: ... F. Theo. Gottlieb, Trustee... 7.50 Lot 25, Block 369 .... : Guy Pearl __........................... 5.10
cry ;
that day because Lot 15, Block 163 .... ,. '..,y. :. E. L. Alston .........__......... 30.30 Lot 33, mock 369 ___: >',''. John N. Spies .................... 5.10
your 'kingandthe Lot 14, Block 167.... "' Emory J. Thomas ............ 5.10 Lot 34, Block 369 .... ; Elmer G. Case .................... 5.10
Lord will not hear you-and Lot 15, Block 167.... .:;j; 'r Nora D. Ott .........--........-.,.. 5-10 Lot 35, Block 36'9 ___. .' Elmer G. Case .................... 5.10
they said, Nay; but we will have a Lot 16, Block 167.... ',,. S Emory J. Thomas ................ 5.10 Lot 13, Block 370 .... .. C. T. Nankervis ............___... 3.66
king over us." '. ',' Lot :16 Block 370 .. R. C. Crosswhite ........__...... 3.90
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Lot 17, Block 167 ..... Emory J. Thomas ................ 5.10 -
:. Saul, the son of Kish, was sent by Lot 18, Block 167 .... '. .'; :l Pete M. Lanehart ................ 5.10 Lot 17, Block 370 .... ', R. C. Crosswhite ..............._ 3:90:
his father, with a servant, to find Lot 19, Block 167' .... .' : Pete M. Lanehart .............m 5.10 Lot 18, Block 370 .... Bertha A. Taylor ................ 3.90
some of his lost property. After Lot 25, Block 167 .... ...:;: Mrs. J. Kettl .....____........... 60.30 Lot 1, Block: 371 .... 'j'r':,. l\Irs. T. B. Lord .....__......... 3.90
- much travel and search they came to Lot 2, Block 168 :.'.',' :::;.'; : James Hartz ....._.................. 5.10 Lot 5, Block' 371 .... :" Dr. R. L. Alsacker .....___.... '3.18
a city where Samuel lived and as Lot 14, Block 168.... ,--j. :'. Josephine Wright ................ 4.14 Lot 6, Block .371 ....... -,:-.. Dr. R. L. Alsacker ............ 3.18
.. they went-they found maid- Lot 15, Block 168 .... .' ,(. :- Josephine Wright ................ 4.14 Lot 15, Block 372 ...... ,.. Cornelius'Bodine ................ 3'.18
young LQt 16, Block 168 .... ... I. Josephine Wright ....__..:...__.. 4.14 Lot 4, Block 374 .... ......'' !, l\Irs. Mary Ellen Neu ........ 2.70
. ens going out to draw water, and Lot 1, Block 169 .... ::: ': Rebecca Lutz. ...................... 12.30 Lot 5, Block 374...___ :' Mrs. Mary Ellen Neu ........ 2.70
said ,I unto them, Is the Seer here? Lot 3, Block .169.... ;-'1 '.r' J. R. Alston ........................ 41.10 Lot 6, Block 374 ...... ) l\Irs. Mary Ellen Neu ........ 2.70
7c' i And they answered them: He is--- Lot 6, Block 169 .... ..' : J. R. Alston ..__.................... 41.10. Lot 7, Block 374 ....__ ,'. i\Irs. Mary Ellen Neu _00_.... 2.70
get ye up; for about this time ye Lot 9, Block 169.... .': : : C. A. Jackson .................... 62.70 !Lot 12, Block 374 ...... \ H. C. Ayant ...............r........ 24.30
shall find him." Lot 8, Block 170 ...._... ....,.;;. Victor Baron ........................ 5.10 Lot 13, Block 377........ '." l\Irs. Esther H. Hogben ...... 4.62
Saul and his servant found Samuelto Lot 9, Block 170 _....... '. ', Victor Baron ........................ 5.10 Lot 14, Block 377 .... s '.'. <.. l\Irs. Esther H. Hogben; ...... 4.62I
'. -. Lot 15, Block 377 -.... R. A. Lilley....................... 4.62
whom the Lord had revealed that Lot 12, Block 171.... : ; Leslie E. Kemp ................ 7.02 I '
Saul was to be anointed and made Lot 26, Block .171 .... ', : Rebecca Lutz .....;................ 7.50 Lot 21, mock 377 .... ':.- V F. E. Nelson __...................... 4.62
king. Samuel entertanied Saul that Lot 5, Block 172 .... .,, >',s '. :. R. ,L. Simpson __.................. 38.70 Lot 31, Block 377 :..: :". G. C. Voss ..___..:............__..... 2.70
Lot 7, Block 172 '. ',' : '.. E. C. Cole .........._._.........:. 5.58 Lot 32, DIock; 377 ...: : f Mrs Mary E. Moon ........ 2.70
night and the next morning quietly Lot 8, Block 172 .... .. :,; .' Mrs. Carrie A. Tuctalty .... 5.58 I Lot 33, Block 377 .... l\Irs. Mary E. Moon ........ 2.70
anointed him to be king. Lot 10, Block 172 .... ';r ,i. .Emanuel F. .Selz .....:.......... 5.58 Lot 34, Block 377 .... .. ":.' A. V. Bristow................... 2.70
Then Samuel called the people together Lot' 11, Block 172 .... .,:, :;. Mrs. J. E. Frederick ........ 6.06 Lot 14, Block 378 .... ,. Sarah P; Feuchtinger ........ 9.90

at Mizpah, a high hill about I Lot 21, Block 172 ,,.... :.: F. G. Hunt ....n.._____............ 5.58 Lot 15, Block 378 .... ,: \ Eugene Feuchtinger .... 9.90
five miles north of Jerusalem, called Lot 2, Block 173 .... ",'. D. F. Woodward ................ 6.06 Lot 17, Block '378 .... -. '. ,. Agnes Bitzer ........................ .9.90
>> S Lot 19 Block 378.... W. n. Ray ............................ 38.70
"The watch tower, for the purposeof Lot 4, Block 173.... :... E.; S. Matteson ................ 43.50 .iY
selecting a king by lot, and itt Lot 10, Block 173 .... .'. ,,'. T. J. Bruner .__..............._..._.. 6.06 Lot .20, Brock 378 .... :". : Frank nichmann ..........;..... 38.70
Lot 2 Block 381.... Lillian Horlotz ._......__.... ..... 2.70
;; fell upon Saul, the son of Kish, of Lot 13, Block 176 .... < Mary S. Cooper ...........n..... '5.10 ;
,'i the tribe of Benjamin. And Saul Lot 14, Block 176 .... ". Lucile A. Lewis ...___.......... 5.10 Lot 3, Block 381 .... .. ., : ( .. Elmer A. Erickson ..___....... 2.70
declared Lot 15, Block 176 .... ,;r '.= Mrs. H. Davis ___....._......._.. 5.10 Lot 4, Block 381 .... '. Otto H. Schuler .................. 3.18
{, was king. ,Lot 21, Block 176.... ;\{ ;. Gustav C. Voss ..........:_....__._ 5.10 Lot 5, Block 381 .... .,.' ... S. 1\1. Paulson ..................... 3.18 '
At first he was not acknowledged Lot 10 Block 383 .... C. E. Stedman ................:.. 2.70
I Lot 22, Block 176.... '.. ,:;: ; .'i" W. H. Kuhlman .-.............. 5.10 .
': to be king by all the people but after ? / ........ .... 2.70
Lot 23, Block 176 .... '', ; D. J. Johnson m..L.. 5.10 Lot 11, Block 383 .... O. E., Stedman ..... .
he had gained several battles for the Lot 24, Block 176 .... ,-- ::'' -- A. V. Bristow ..._................. 6.30 Lot 22, Block 383 ...; ,'' .. ... S D. n. :\IcEachron; ................ 2.94.
I Israelites they,, assembled at Gilgal Lot 26, Block 176.... : 1(= S. M. Paulson ''''............._.. 5.10 Lot 23, Block 383 .... .: :.. .:r.; D. R. 1\IcEachron 0................ 2.94
and confirmed Saul as king of all Lot 28, Block 176 .... : E. W. Hathaway _._.._.............4.38 Lot 24, Block 383 .... W. S. Harvel................... 3.66
r I Israel. When Saul had been king Lot 31, Block 176 .... 'J N" Esther V. Hogben ....._..__...... 4.38 Lot 13, Block 385 ..... .. :,':\ l\Irs. L. O. Holdsworth &
S .' .. ............ ... 10.20
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: ; n. J. Olsen .
Lot 36 Block 176 .... :. ., Anna & Joseph Kuhlman .... 5.10 -i.
,, about 25 years the Lord sent him to ": ..: :. :... ., a .
i '' If destroy the Amalekites who ,had long Lot 6, Block '195 .... .; t Walter '''Insull .__................... 5.10 Lot 1.1, Block 385' :... ,.; ,' 1\rs. L. O. Holds.worth &
: : Janet J. ........ : : R. J. Olsen ... 10.20
Lot 10, Block 195 .... : Stockbridge 5.10 '
i persecuted the Israelites, saying to Lot 23, Block 195 .... ;: Alida M. Alger _................... 6.30 Lot 15', Block 38e .... ;....:;>; Mrs L. O. Holdsworth,& .
Saul, "Go now and smite Amalek, ,: ... .............:...... 10.20
Olsen
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Lot 4, Block 196 .... Thomas B. Hall .__............... 5.10 : .. -- I
and utterly destroy all that they Lot,5, Block 196 .... Blanche Dean .....___............ 5.10 Lot 16, Block 385.... ..'"'>'.. ::, Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth & ;
have : -:- '..r.'f'; Olsen ............__........ 10.20
and spare them not; but slay Lot 6, Block 196 .... ,;. Maurice E. Vaslow .......?.... 5.10 ;_' "' n. J.
:
both man and woman, infant and Lot 7, Block 196.... :-. Ella A. Nugent .................... 5.10 Lot 17, Block 385.... ,- ....' 1\rs. L. O. Holdsworth &
suckling ox, and sheep. camel. and Lot 8, Block 196.... ';: ,' Ella A. Nugent __..._............. 6.30 ''. :."',:,;... n. J. Olsen ...................... 10.20
ass." Lot 10, Block 196.... '.. '.' :: Earl P. Hill ..............._........ 5.10 Part 80x140 {to North : :.:
,Saul gathered an army of 240,000and Lot 11, Block 196 .... .:;, ::" Earl P. Hill --.....................: 5.10 of n. n. Rwy" Lot "' .:',:;:
(l Sam. 15:7) "Smote the Ama- Lot 20, Block 196 .... ,yo ::: H. C. Kolstad ....__.............. 41.10 5,' Block 390 .......... ,. ;, :- ,' The Clewiston Company... 6.00
lekites from Havilah-and he took Lot 4, Block 201.... ./ ;: Garst Cloflin ..........__...::....... 5.10 Lot 1 Block 399 ...: I C, ',': The Clewiston Company... 8.94
Lot 5, Block 201.... ':: S. Beranek .............,"..... 5.10 Lot 2, Block 399 .... o' S ;'. The} Clewiston Company... 7.50
Agag the "king-alive and utterly destroyed Lot 6, Block 201 .... d, E. J. Malone ......:.___............. 5.10 Lot 3, Block 399 ._.. -:,." The Clewiston Company... 1.50
all the people with the edgeof Lot 9, Block 201.... "j '' W. E. Votava ..............__.... 5.10 Lot 4, Block 399 ...." The Clewis ton Company... 7.50
the sword." And they "spared Lot 20, Block 201 .... :, Mrs. L. K- Muir .....,.......... 5.10 Lot 5, Block 399 n_. -. The Clewiston Company... 7.50
Agag, and the best of the sheep, and Lot 6, Block 399 .... The Clewiston Company... 7.50
Lot 33, Block 201 .... J. D. Gortatowsky ............ 4.14
of the Oxen-fatlings, and the, Lot 36, Block 201 .... y S. C. Beranek :........_........ 6.30 Lot 7, Block: 399 '.".. The Clewiston Company... 7.50
lambs." ,- I Lot 1, Block 202 ...: j G. A. Heinz .........,.............. 6.30 Lot 8, Block 399 .... '. ': .The Clewiston Company... 7.50 c
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J I Lot 4, Block 202 .... i Walter F. Carey ......... ...__.. 4.14 Lot 9, Block 399 .... The Clewiston Company7.50
.i I Lot 5, Block 202 :... Walter F. Carey __.............. 4.14 Lot 10, Block 399 .... The Clewiston Company... 7.50
to be for Lot 13, Block 202 _... 'James J. Carroll ................ 5.10 Lot 11, Block 399 .... The Clewis ton Company... 7.50
king: he is turned back ... 8.94
Lot 1, Block 203 .... A. Relnert ..........._.......__....... 9.90 Lot 12, Block 399 ..._ The Clewiston Company
from following me. Samuel met Lot 4, Block 203 .... B. A. Doerk .....__................. 6.30 Lot .1, Block .100 .... The Clewiston Company... 6.30
Saul at Gilgal and said, "The Lord Lot 5, Block 203 .... Hazel A. Nelson ................ 6.30 Lot 2, Block 40Q .... S The Clewiston Company... 5.10
anointed thee king over Israel and Lot 3 Block 400 .... The Clewiston Company... 5.10
I Lot 6, Block 203 ... Mis. Emily Rickmeyer ...... 6.30 ,
a
the Lord sent thee a Lot 4, Block 400 .... The Clewis ton Company .... 5.10
on journey- Lot 7, Block 203 .... Mrs. Emily Rickmeyer ...... 48.30 .
wherefore then didst thou not obey Lot 11, Block 203 .... J.. W- Iverson ..................._ 5.58 Lot 5, Block 400 .... Tt.e Clewiston Company... 5.10
the voice of the Lord--and Saul said Lot 13, Block 203 ...: Blanch M. Elfrink ............ 5.58 Lot 6, Block 400 m. The Clewiston Company... 5.10
unto Samuel-I have brought Agag Lot 17, Block: 203 .... W. A. Davis ........_............... 6.78 Lot 7, Block 400 .... The Clewiston Company... 5.10
the king of Amalek, and have utterly Lot 18, Block 203 .... Julia Sharkey _................... 5.58 Lot 8, Block 400 .... The Clewiston Company .... 5.10 -
.. 5.10
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destroyed the Amalekites. But Lot 20, Block 203 .... Ellen Kane ........................ 5.58 Lot 9, mock 400 .... The Clcwiston Company
tr the Lot 21, Block 203 .... Carrie A. Tumalty ............ 5.58 Lot 10, mock 400 .... The Clewiston Company... 5.10
1,, people took of the spoil, sheep and .. The Clewislon Company ....a 5.O .
Lot Block 400 ..
.: Lot 1, Block 204 .... Emily D. Rickmeyer. ........ 5.10 11.
>t oxen, the chief of the things that Lot 2, Block 204 ... Emily: D Rickmeyer ....__.. 4.14 Lot 12, Block 400 .... The Clewiston Company... 6.)0
'E. Chenet .................... 2.70
should have been utterly destroyed, Lot 15 Block 403 .... W.
Lot 3, Block 204 .... Mrs Grace E. Coffee ........ 4.14 ,
r. to sacrifice! unto the Lord thy God Lot 4, Block 204 '''' Mrs. H. S. Rosenthal ........ 5.10 Lot 1, Block 405 .... The .Clewiston Company,.: 6.30

in Gilgal. And Samuel said, bath Lot 5, Block 204 .... C. A. Pretzel .................... 5.10 Lot 2, mock 405.m.. The Clewiston Company 5.10
... 5.10
i I the Lord as great delight in burnt Lot 8, Block 204 .... Anna E Anderson ...__....... 7.50 Lot 3, Block 405 .... The Clewiston Company .. 5.10
Reardon ........ 5.10 Lot 4, Block 405 .... The Clewston Company.
offerings and sacrifices, as In obey- Lot 11, Block 204 .... Miss Bessie .. 5.10
ing the voice of the Lord? Behold, Lot 13, Block 204 .... Edwin G. Boon ._.....?......_ 5.10 Lot 5, Block 405 ____ .-. The Clewiston Ciewiston Company.... 5.10
The Company
Lot 2, Block 207 .... Lillian H. Wright ............ 4.62 Lot G- mock ,105 .... ..
is better than sacrifice and ... 5.10
to Clcwlston
obey The Company
Lot 3, Block 207 .... Charles W. Wright '............ 4.62Lot Lot 7, Block 405 .... ,
to hearken than the fat of lambs.- !' 4,. Block 207 .... Mrs. Minnie J. Stark ........ 4.62 Lot 8, Block 405 .... The Clewiston. Company... 5.10
Because thou hast rejected the word Lot 6, Block 207 .... The Clewiston Company... 4.62 Lot 9j mock 405 .... The Clewiston Company... 5.10 !

(Continued on page 6)) Lot 7, Block 207 .... George M. Garber ................ 462li'nIDAY. (ContInued on page four)

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PAGE FOUR !THE CLEWISTON NEWS \



': Description Acres Owner Amount t Description Acres Owner Amount The Round Crooked World

(Continued from pge three) Lot 4, mock 428 .... / The Clewlston Company .-.. 2.94 People nsed to think the world was

Lot 10 Block 405 .... The ClewIston Company... 5.10 Lot 5, lllock 428 .... The Clewiston Company ...- 2.94
Then it found to be round.But .
flat. was
... 2.94
Lot l'Blocle 406 ._.. The Clewiston Company... 8.91 Lot 6, Block 428 __..' ; The Clewiston Company
... 2.94 it's still Just a little crooked toipots.
Lot 2, Block 406 .:. The Clewiston Company .... 7.50 Lot 7, Block 428 ._.. The Clewiston Company

I Lot 3, Block 406 .... The Clewiston Company .m 7.50 Lot 8, Block 428 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.94 .-Frankfort Times.

j Lot 4, Block 406 .... The ,Clewiston Company ..... 7.50 Lot 9, Block 428 .... The Clewiston Company... 4.14

; Lot 5, Block 406 .... The Clewiston Company.... 7.50 Lot 10, Block 428 .... The Clewiston Company.:. 4.14

I Lot 6, Block 406'.m The Clewiston Company ..... 7..0 Lot 11 Block: 428 ..'n The Clewiston Company .-.. 2.94 NOTICE

I Lot 7, Block 406 .... k; The Clewiston Company... 7.50 Lot 12: Block 428 ..., The Clewiston Company... 2.94 Notice is hereby given of the intention -

I Lot 8, Block 406 .... : The Clewiston Company... 7.50 Lot 13, Block 428 u.. ... The Clewiston Company.... 2.94 I of the undersigned to applyto

Lot 9, Block 406 .... .: The Clewiston Company... 7.50 Lot 14, Block 428 ...: \ The Clewiston Company... 2.94 the Judge of the Circuit Court of

Lot 10, Block 406 .... >. The Clewiston Company .... 7.50 Lot 15, Block 428 .... The Clewston Company ..-" 2.94 the Twelfth Judicial Circuit on the

I Lot 11 Block 406.... .:,c' The Clewiston Company ..... 7.50 Lot 16, Block .428 .... The Clewlston Company... 2.94 25th day of August, A. D. 1933, for
,12'Dlock' Lot 17 Block 428 .... The Clewiston Company ..-. 2.94 order of to the under- ."
Lot 406.... ., "" The Clewiston Company ..... 7.50 an adoption : r
,:. Lot Block 428 ..._ ,: The Clewis ton Company... 2.94 signed of Ethel a .'
Lot 13, Block 406 .... :; The Clewiston Company... 9.9'' 18 one Enfinger .

I Lot 14, Block 406.... v. ,*:' Frank Hogben ..,_........__._?... 5.10 Lot 19; Block 428 .... -', The Clewston Company... 4.62 minor. .-4 I" J.

Lot 14\, Block 409 .... .".:J-; '" A. G. Farmquist _..._.___m_n3.18 Lot 20, mock 428 .... ';, .':: The Clev.1ston Company... 3.66 CARL E. ROYER. r

Lot 6, Block 411 .._. ".. ,' .' L- L. Lynn _.-__._.-__..-.......-.. 3.18 Lot 21, Block .128.... ; .".', The Clcwston! Company....... 3.66 3.66 i LORENA K. ROYER.
..... : ; ... "", : Lot 22, Block 428 .... "". The Clew ston Company LOUIS O. GRAVELY,
Lot .
5, Block 411 : : ,,: Morris P. Compton ......:.....\ .18! ; ... 4.62
Lot 7, Block 412 .... ;-' ,;. Morris P. Compton .......n... '.18! Lot 23, Block 428.... .,; The Ciewlston Company... 2.70 Attorney; for Petitioners.5t :

Lot 8, Block 412 .... '": *7:: -..:,.' A. J. Wilder _..._.._..._....._.-..... .70! Lot 1, Block Block 429 ........ ': The The Clewiston Clewiston Company Company... 2.70
Lot 2 429
Lot 11 Block 412.... .. .. ,
'. A. J. Wilder ... ..
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... 2.70
Lot 12, Block 412 .... ; ,:,",' A. J. Wilder .........-_........_.... 2. 10 Lot 3 Block 429.... ', The Clewiston Company.

Lot 13, Block 412 .... ./: ;/ ,V. G. Ames ...__.._-...._mn-__.. 5.10 Lot 4: Block 429 .... '.:.-. ;.:. The Cl'ewsto1' Company .. 2.70 NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S
... 2.70
Clewlston
Lot 21 Block 412 .... :'. -* :Mabel Frances _..._m___...:..... 5.10 Lot 5, Block 429 ._.. .=; The Company SALE

Lots 26 27, Block 412 ;"*-: Hollis Lanier .............._.._.._. 4.14 Lot 6, mock 429 .... '.. : :r The Clewston Company... 2.70
Lot 19'm Ck 422 .... \;. ,( : '. .. Lot 7. Block 429 .... ; The CleWIs ton Company .... 2.70 Notice is given that under
., Hollis Lanier ._ ........._.. 4.14 hereby
Lot ')0'Block 422 ; .-:\:.. Lot 8, Block 429 ,_.__ :; The Clewiston Company... 2.70 virtue of Final Decree in that
Hollis Lanier ........__....._....._ 4.14Lot and by
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21, Block 422 :::: <_:. :.: ; '.. Hollis Lanier --._._---'._..---..-.. 4.14 Lot 9, Block 429 ....I' The Clewiston Company... 3.18 certain cause pending in the Circuit.

Lot 22, Block 422 .... ;:1, Hollis Lanier ._...m.m.._... 4.1' Lot 10, Block 429 .... The Clew ston Company... 3.18 Court of Hendry County, Florida,*

Lot 23, Block 422 .... .',,::..: ',I'.; Hollis Lanier m_._....__.......... 4.14 Lot 11, Block 429.... {'.; The Clewlston Company _... 2.70 wherein Clewiston Home Building:
Lot 24 Block 422 .... '' Lot 12, Block 429.... .1" The Clewiston Company 2.70 .
.: .:::: Elmer G. ,Case .nm..m.... 4.14 Association is Plaintiff, and Wm. R.
Lot 27, Block 422 :::; '-:; "'.': Elmer G. Case _...._.__.........._. 5.K Lot 13, Block 429 .... '-- :" : The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Hay and others are Defendants, I
:::: "I ?' Lot 14, Block 429 .... The Clewiston ,Company _... 2.70
Lot 28 Block 422 '
Elmer __
: G. Case :_: ....:--n.- 4.14 I will offer for sale, and sell to the
Lot 28, Block 423.... .. : ;' Elmer G. Case ......-.......m... 4.14 Lot 15, Dlock 429. .._. The Clewisto.n Company ._.. 2.70 highest and best bidder for cash, at
Lot 16 Block ,429 The Clewiston Company .... 2.70
Lot 29 Block 423 .... ,n. ; : t
\ ,1 The Clewiston Company ..__ 5.10 the front door of the Court Houseat
Lots 1 2 Block 424 .... '::; ; Lot 17, Block 429.... .- The Clewiston Company... 2.70
; The Clewiston Company .... 4.14 LaBelle, Hendry County, Florida,
Lots 3 4 Block 424.... "! -:; ; Lot 18, Block 429.... J' The Clewiston Company... 2.70
The Clewiston Company ..._ 4.14Lots on Monday, the 4th day of September -
: Lot 19 Block 429 _... '! Clewiston Company... 3.42
The
5 6 Block 424.... ." ,
: : The Clewiston Company .... 4.14Lots 1933, during the legal hours for
7 8 'Block 424.._ -, Clewiston Lot 20, Block 429 ...: :. ,_ The Clewiston Company .... 2.94
:.. The Company... 4.14 sale, the following described property -
; :" Lot 21, Block 429 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.94
Lots 9 10 Block 424..
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The Clewiston Company .... 4.14Lots lying and being in Hendry County -
\ Ii 12, Block 424 ::" ,; Lot 22, Block 429 .... ':; The Clewiston Company... 2.94 ....
The Clewiston Company .... 4.14: J to-wit: .. .
Lot 23 Block 429.... Clewiston ... 3.42
The Company
Lots 13 14 Block 42.1' l
The Clewiston Company .._. 4.14Lots All of Lot 24 in Block 150,
Lot 1 .... ... I
15 16 Block 424 Block 430 The Clewiston Company 2.94
The Clewiston Company _.__ 4.14 as the general plan ofCleviston
) Lot 2 Block 430 .... Clewiston ... 2.46 per ,
The
Company
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Lots 17 18 Block 424 lr
The Clewiston ..
Company : 4.14 \ Florida Plat Book 2,
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\ Lot 3, Block 430 _... \ The Clewiston Company ._.. 2.46 ,
Lots 19, 20, Block 424 ,
I I' The Clewiston Company .... 5.10 Pages 7 to '14, Hendry County
Lot 4 Block 430.... : ... 2.46
. The Clewiston
Company
Lots 21, 22, Block 424. The Clewiston Company .... 3.90 '. .' Records.
Lot 5, Block 430 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.46
Lot 23. Block 424 .... J. S. Slate 3.90 Said will be so sold in
Lot 24, Block 424 .:.. '. ., '-:. .' The Clewiston u..n.m Company m.m--.m...: 3.18 Lot 6, Block 430.... ';: .,,', The Clewiston Company... 2.4 Gaccordance property with, and to satisfy ,the
Lot 7, Block 430.... : :L .. The Clewiston Company..., 2.46
Lot :
25, Block 424 .... .. : The .Clewiston Company 3.18 : terms of said Decree.B. .
,
I Lot 26, Block 424 .... :,;, ". The Clewiston Company .... 3.18 Lot 8, Block 430 S_.. The Cle'Yiston Company _... 2.46 A. BALES,

. Lot 27, Block 424 .... : :-:'-':'.'--.:, The: Clewiston Company... 3.18 Lot 9, Block .430 .... : '' ,".. The Clewiston Company... 2.46 SPECIAL MASTER.J. .

i Lot 28, Block, 421 ..-. ;::: ; :. ;. The Clewistou! Company ..._ 3.18 Lot 10, Block 430 n_. The Clewiston Company... 2.46 M. COUSE,

. Lot 29, Block 424 .... ... \,:;. : '" The Clewiston Company .... 3.18 Lot '11, Block 430 .... :, ._ The Clewiston Company .... 2.46 Solicitor for Plaintiff.
Lot 30 4 Lot 12, Block 430.... ;- The Clewiston Company... 2.94
Block 424 .. : J ;, .
: The Clewiston Company .... 3.18 4 11 18 25 1st.
1- Aug. Sept.
: ;
Lot 13 Block 430.... The ...
> Clewiston 2.94
Lot :31, Block 424 .--. .-v,: ; The Clewiston Compaany ._ 3.18 Company

Lot 32, Block 424 .... .'""t-" ... '-: The Clewiston Company .... 3.18 Lot 14, Block 430.... '<' ': The Clewiston Company... 2.46 .

Lot 33, Block 424 ..._ .c .' ..," The Clewiston Company ..._. 3.18 Lot 15,1. Block 430.... : ; : The Clewston Company..., 2.46 NOTICEIN
... Lot 16; Block 430.... .: The Clewlston Company... 2.46
Lot 34, Block 424 .... ., '> -: The Clewiston ,Company... 3.18 CIRCUIT COURT
, v Lot 17 Block 4"30" .... The Clewiston ..... ,
: 2,4
Lot 35: Block 424 .... ; '. -, The Clewiston Company ..*.. 3.18 Company

i Lot 36, Block 424 -... ,.t; The Clewiston Company .... 3.18 Lot 18, Block 430 _... ., The Clewiston Company... 2.4 CIRCUIT

I Lot 37, Block 424 .... ". :..:: ..' :....." v The Clewiston Company.._ 3.18 Lot 19, Block 430 .... ; The Clewiston Company... 2.46 AND FOR HEN ,D R Y

, Lot 38, Block 424 .... 'F .<. <.: The Clewiston Company .... 3.18 Lot 20, Block 430.... ,: ;'., The Clewiston Company... 2.46 COUNTY; IN CHANCERY.
Lot 21 Block 430 _... t, The Clewiston ...,
Lot 39, Block 424 --.. ::: The Clewistoll Company ._ 3.18 Company 2.46 ELMER KRANTZ.

! Lot 40, Block 424 --.. ,;":*" ",/;. The Clewiston Company 0".... 3.18 Lot 22, Block 430 ..__ .... The Clewiston Company... 2..16 Complainant, .
1 Lot 41 Block 424 Lot 23, Block 430.... The Clewiston Company 2.46
' . ': : ; The Clewiston Company .... 3.18 ;." vs. BILL FOR DIVORCEE
Lot 42, Block 424 .... '. :;I',: The Clewiston Company 3.18 Lot 24, Block 430 .... .. The Clewiston Company .... 2.94 Il\IA KRANTZ,

I Lot 43, Block 424 .... '. ,'r." '. :. The Clewiston Compaany .. 3.13 Lot 1, Block 431 ....' :"'I The Clewiston Company .... 3.18' Defendant. ..
.. Lot .2, Block 431 .... :' : The Clewiston ...
I' Lot 44, Block 424 .... :.'$ ; ; The Clewiston Company ..._ 3.90 ', Company 2.70 TO THE JUDGE OF THE ABOVE ::
Lot 1 Block ; Lot 3, Block 431 __.. : The ClewistoI Company... 2.70
425 .... ;> L '- '' The Clewiston Company .... 5.38 STYLED COURT, IN CHANCERY -
, Lot 2, Block 425 ..... .'..... T'*" ';. The Clewiston Company ... 4.14 Lot ,4, Block 431 ..: :f' The Clewiston Company... 2.70 SITTING: ,:

: Lot 3, Block 425 .... ;,:} ..:: The Clewiston Company ..-..' 4.14 Lot 5, Block 431 __.. : :'- '..:. The Clewiston Company _.__ 2.70 In appearing by affidavit appen- f tr-

1 Lot 4, Block 425 .... t'',;>'j h: The Clewiston Company... 4.14 Lot 6, Block 431 ....- .... The Clewiston Company _... 2.70 dent to the bill of complaint in the _
Lot 5 Block .' Lot 7, Block 431 .... :' The Clewiston Company __.. 2.70 ',
425 .... :i-i:t,;: The Clewiston Company .... 4.14 / above entitled Court that the defendant .
Lot 6 Block Lot 8, Block 431 .... :,: ; The Clewiston .. 2.70
I 425 .... 'iy'i' The Clewiston Company... 4.14 ; Company Emma Krantz, is a nonresident !
i,-- Lot 7, Block 425 .... <'.;; The Clewiston Company .... 4.14 Lot 9, Block 431.'j' .,-' The Clewiston Company... 3,1 8 of the State of Florida, that

Lot, 8, Block 425 .... ::. ': The ,Clewiston Company .... 4,14 Lot 10, Block 431 .... ,. :';:; The Clewiston Company : .. 3.66 she is over the age of twenty-one ::
Lot 9 *"' Lot '11, Block 431.... :' The Clewiston ...
Block 2.94
425 m .'- The Clewiston Company .... 4.14 Company years, that their is no person with-. ,
Lot 10, Block 425 .... : The Clewiston Company .... 5.58 Lot 12, Block 431 .... "'\ r. ;. The Clewiston Company... 2.94 in the State of Florida summons of '
Lots 11 12 < Lot 13, Block 431 ._ :: .\ The Clewiston ...
Block 425 .> The Clewiston Company .... 5.10 : Company 2.94 in chancery on whom would bind .
I I Lots 13, 14, Block 425 / The Clewistou Company... 4.14 L ot. 14, Block 431 __.. :, The Clewiston Company... 3.66 said defendant, that the resident, : I 1

Lots 15, 16, Block 425 ? ', The Clewiston Company... 4.14 Lot 15, Block 431 .... : The Clewiston Company... 3.18 postoffice address and place of ',:'.

Lots 17, 18.Block 425 :>,, '. The Clewiston Company... 4.14 Lot 16. Bloclt 431..__ :":. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 abode of the said defendant is ; .

Lots 19, 20, Block 425 ,.', The Clewiston Company- 4.14 Lot 17, Block 431 .... The Clewiston'Company. .... 2.70 Geneseo. in the State of Illinois.

Lots 21 22 Lot 18, mock 431 .... The Clewiston
! Block 425 ; The Clewiston ConlPany .... 4.14 Company 2.70 Therefore ordered that the said

, Lots 23, 24, Block 425 ; .:. The Clewiston Company .... 4.14 Lot 19, Block 431 ._.. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 defendant be and appear to your

Lots 25; 26, Block 425 ,. ':, '.' The Clewiston Company .... 5.10 Lot 20, Block 431 ..... .' :, The Clewiston Company... 2.70 said Bill of Complaint on or before
.
Lot 27 Block 425 '. ., Lot 21, Block 431 __.. ,,; :t' The Clewiston ..
.... .- The Clewiston Company .... 3.90 '' Company 2.70 the 4th day of September, A. D. 'd

Lot 28, Block 425 .... ... ')',,':, The Clewiston Company .... 3.18 Lot 22, Block 431.... ;! i' The Clewisto'n Company '.._. 2.70 1933, otherwise the same will be

Lot 29, Block 425 .... ,\v, ;. .. The Clewiston Company .... 3.18 Lot 23, Block 431 ...-: The Clewiston Company... 3.18 taken as confessed. Done and ordered =

Lot 30, Block 425 .... ,',:' .. The Clewiston Company .... 3.18 Lot I, Block 432...: The Clewiston Company... 2.94 this 22nd day of July, A. D.

Lot 31, Block 425 .... ,?, ; .."*. The Glewiston Company .... 3.18 Lot 2, Block 432.... I : The Clewiston Company... 2.46 1933. '
Lot 32, Block 425 .. Lot 3, Block 432 ..__ :-: The Clewiston .._
',;,:? ,;, '. The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Company 2.46 WILLIAM T. HULL,
Lot 33, Block 425 .... ./"<*: =:' .' The Clewiston Lot 4, Block 432 .... ". : The Clewis ton Company... 2.46 Clerk of Circuit Court.
: :
Lot i ; Company, .... 3.18 Lot 5, Block 432 .... ,,': = The Clewis ton ... '
2.46
34, Block 425 ...'. ./;:.>\:. ; The Clewiston .._. >,i .. Company By Inez Magill.
Company .
3.18
Lot 6 Block ... :' -
Lot 35, Block 425 t ': Vj, ,: '. The 432 The Clewiston Company _... 2.46 By Inez Magill D. C-
Clewiston
m J ; ,
Lot ; Company .... 3.18 Lot 7, Block 432 .... ;> The Clewiston ...
36, Block 425 .... : v'v; The Clewiston Company 2.46 LOUIS O. GRAVELY,
Lot 37, Block 425 .... ':,:*.4:'"Y' '" The Clewiston Company .... 3.18 Lot 8, Block 432.... .',. The Clewiston Company... 2.46 Solicitor for Complainant.

Lot 38, Block 425 .-.. ..\i::';;. ;, The Clewiston Company ........ '3.18 Lot 9, Block 432 __.. :" The Clewiston Company _:.. 2.9'4 July 28. Aug. 4, 11, 18, 25.IX '
Company
Lot 3.18 Lot 10, mock 432 .... The Clewiston
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39, Block 425 .:.. :\:\ The Clewiston Company 3.90
Company .... .
Lot 40, Block: 425 .... :. .>:: ';. The Clewiston 3.18 Lot 11, Block 432 .... The, Clewiston Company... 2.9ot 4
; ; Company .... 3.18 L 12, Block 432.... ; The
Lot Clewiston
41 Block Company... 2.94
425.... ."" :" ; The Clewiston
TIlE CIRCUnT COURT OP THE
....
Company
Lot 42, Block 425 .... : .: The Clewiston 3.66 Lot 13, Block 432 __.. The' Clewiston Company._. 3.90 TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT '
.
Lot 43, Block 425 .... -. Company .... 3.66 Lot 14, Block 432 .... :' The Clewiston Company... 2.94
: :- The Clewiston OF FLORIDA IAND FOR HEN- '
Company .... 3.66 .. ,
Lot 1 -- : Lot 15, Block 432 _... The Clewiston
Block 426 .... ,r\ The Clewiston ; Company... 2.46 I
: DRY COUNTY.
Lot 2, Block 426 .... vy C': .:" The Clewiston Company... 2.46 Lot 16,- Block 432 __.. ', ...:' ,",:. The Clewiston Company ..__ 2.46 "
...
Lot 3, Block 42G.m ',:/.:" The Clewiston Company 2.46 Lot 17, Block .432 .... -. The Clewiston Company... 2.46 CLEWISTON HOME BUILDING ; ,
Company ... '
Lot 4, Block 426.... ./:.' .:; : The Clewiston 2.46 Lot 18, Block 432 ":_ ;',j The Clewiston Company... 2.46 ASSOCIATION, 7
! Lot 5 Company... 2.46 Lot 19, Block 432 _... 'f Cle\viston
The
Block 426..n :.r:f': : The Clewiston Company... 2.46 Plaintiff
.
Company....
Lot' 6," Block 426 .... ';/{; The Clewiston 2.46 Lot '20; Block 432 .... "' "' : The Clewiston Company... 2.46 Vs.

Lot 7, Block 426 .... '. ::,>": The Clewiston Company... 2.46 Lot 21, Black 432.... :'. The Clewiston Company .._. 2.46 ROY L. SIMPSON, ET AL.
Company .... 2.46 ,
I Lot 8, Block 426 .... ,:">"':,:. The!' Clewiston Lot 22, Block 432.... The Cletiviston Company __.. 2:9: 4 Defendants.
Company .... ..
I Lot 9, Block 426.... 0f'* The Cle iston 2.46 Lot 1" Block 433...... ',:; : The Clewiston Company... 2:7: 0

Lot 10, Block 426 .... .? : The Clewiston Company... Lot 3 Block r :0' Order of Publication
3.90 433.... The
Clewiston
Lot 11, Block Company... 2.46
426 .... ;;: ..
U The '
Clewiston' Company... 2.70 Lot 4, Block 433.... ; The It appearing by affidavit filed
; Clewiston
Lot 12 Block Company,.. 2.46
,
426.... :. :
Lot 13, Block 426 ,:': The Clewiston Company .... 2.70 Lot 5, Block 433 .... .' '.'" The Clewiston Company... 2.46 herein, that Roy L. Simpson andMyrtile

Lot 14, Block 426 -.'.".. o. The Clewiston Company .... 2.70 Lot 6, Block 433 .... '. ':: The Clewiston Company... 2.46 A. Simpson, and Texie Plant
;'i The Clewiston Company... Lot defendants herein, are residents of a
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Lot 15 2.70 Block 433..,. The Clewiston .
Block 426 Company .. 2.46
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: The Clewiston Company... Lot 8 Block ,.' tate:: other than Florida, and that
2.70 433 :._: .- The Cle\yiston
Lot 16, Block 426 .... .""f, ;: Company... 2.46
The Clewiston Company .... 2.70 Lot 9, Block 433 The Clewiston the: residence of A. R. Plant, one of
Lot 17, Block 426 .... :' ,< Company _,.. 2.70
{ Lot 18, Block 426 .... *' The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Lot 10, Block 433 __.... .;' The Ole lston Company _...3.42 the defendants herein, is unknown:

Lot 19, Block 426 .... The Clewiston Company .._. 2.70 Lot 11, Dlock. 433 .._, '' :' The Clewiston Company... 2.94 NOW, THEREFORE, you, the said

Lot 20, Block 426 .... x The Clewiston Company... 4.62 Lot[ 12, Block 433 ._., .< The Clewiston Company... 2.94 I Roy L. Simpson, Myrtile A. Simpson,
: The Clewiston _... J["ot V. R. Plant, Texie Plant, and each
Lot 21, Block 426 .. I Company 3.66 13, Block 433 _... < The Clewiston Company _... 3.66
The Clewiston Company .... 3.66.J Lot[ 14 Block of you, are hereby notified that suit
Lot 22, Block 426 .... 433 .... :' The Clewiston Company _... 2.94
The Clewiston Company 4.14 Lot J[ 15, Block 433 .._. as styled above, has been brought
Lot 1. Block 427 .... '" : The Clewiston Company... 2.46
The Clewiston Company... ]Lot[ 16 Block against you in the said court, seek-
2.70
433 _...
Lot The Clewiston
2, Block 427 .... ; Company ___. 2.46 '
Lot 3 Block 427 The Clewiston Company .... 2.70 J Lot[ 17, Block 433 ..__ The Clewiston Company... 2.46 lag foreclosure of a mortgage on:
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Lot 4, Block 427 .... The Clewiston Company .... 2.70 Lot][ 18, Block 433 .._, The Cle\yiston Company... 2.46 Lot 5, Block 172, of Clewis-
The Clewiston Company _...' 2.70 J Lot[ 19, Block 433 .. ton, Florida.
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Lot 5, Block 427 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.46
The Clewiston Company.., 2.70 Lot[ 20 Block And you and each of you are hereby -
Lot 6, Block 427 .... 433 ____ The Clewiston Company _'_. 2.46
Lot 7, Block427 The Clewiston Company... '2.70 Lot] 21, Block 433 ..__ The Clewiston Company 2.46 required to file your written appearance -
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The Clewiston .Company .... ]Lot[ 22 'U' with the Clerk of said '
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Lot 8, Block 427 2.70 433 -... The Clewiston Company... 2.46
Lot 9, Block 127 ."..". The Clewiston Company _no 2.70 Lot[ 35, Block ,146 -..; Jordan Filers .......n......_.... 5.10 Court at LaBelle, Florida, personally ':J

Lot 10; Block 427 .... The Clewiston Company .... 3.90 L:..ot 36, Block 446 n_. Jordan Filers ........_........... 6.30 or by attorney in said suit, on or before -

Lot. 11, Block 427 .... The Clewiston Company .... 3.90 ]Lot[ 13, mock 448 ...: Mamie H. Blacksmith ........ 3.90 the first Monday in August, A. ,';

Lot 12, Block 427 .... The Clewiston Company ....' 2.70 ]Lot[ 8, Block 451 ..... D. B. Allen ...........__............ 24.30 D.> 1933, beingthe 7th day of said f..f

Lot 13, Block 427 .... The Clewiston Company.... 2.70 Lot: 10, Block 453 .... Lilyan S. Cook ......__.....___.... 5.10 said mnoth, and thereafter to file with "

Lot 14, Block; 427 .... The Clewiston Company .... 2.70 Lot: 11, Block 453 --.. Lilyan S. Cook .................. 5.10 Clerk, your written defenses, if i'
The Clewiston Company .... 2.70 Lot: 12, Block 453 .. ? any, to the bill of Complaint in said ,{ '
Lot 15, Block 427 Lilyan S. Cook .._..._....__. _... 5.10 suit ,
on The Clewiston' Company... 2.70 Lot: 13, Block 453 ___. at the time prescribed by law. ..
I Lot 16, Block 427 .... Lilyan S. Cook -_.._........5.1 0 Herein .
Lot 17, Block 427 .... The Clewiston Company .... 2.70 Lot: 14 Block 453 ..-. Lilyan S. Cook .......__........... 5.10 be entered fail not or judgment will

j Lot 18, Block 427 .... The Clewiston Company; ... 2.70 Lot: 15, Block 453 .... Lilyan S. Cook ._._................ 5.10 Witness against you by default.
The Clewiston Company ..._ ]Lot my hand and seal of said
2.70 Block 495 ....
j Lot 19 Block The Clew stou Company ....
2.70
427 ....
Court
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The Clewiston LaBelle. Florida this'
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Company .... Lot Block ,
5.10 495 ...
1'he Clewlston
Lot 20 Company ____
Block :
2.70
427 ....
The Clewiston I day of June, 1933.
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Company 3.66 3, Block 495...
j Lot 21 Block The Clcwiston Company...
2.70
427 .,.. :
The Clewiston Company .... 3.66 ]",ot.4, Block 495 .... The WILLIAM T. HULL,
Lot ,22 : Clewiston Company ..__
Block 427
.... 2.70 (Official .
The Seal Clerk
Clewiston of Said
Company... 5.10 Lot 5, Block 495 .... Court.
The Clewiston .
Lot 1 : Company...
Block 428 .... 2.70 Affixed .
The Clewiston )
Company .... 2.94 Lot 6, Block 495 ..
Lot 2, Block 428 .... : -- The Clewiston Company... 3.18 1. )r.
The Clewiston-Company _._, 2.91 Lot 7, Block 495 .... The Clewistoll COUSE,
Lot 3 ...
Block 428 .... The Clewiston Company 3.18 Solcitor for Plaintiff.
Company.,,. 2.94 (Continued on five)
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Description Acres Owner ( I. Amount Description Acres Owner Amount :

(Continued from page' four) mock 278 .................. 1. The Clewiston Company... 1.50

I Personal MentionAlfred J Lot 8, Block 495 .... The ClewiJton Company... 3.18 Block 279 ................._ 3.5 The Clewiston Company... 4.50 !

Lot II, 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

Lot 18, Block 495 .... The Clewiston Company, ... 3.18 Block 282 ...,.............. 3. The Clewlston Company... 3.90

Olsen, of Tampa, spent sev- Lot 1, Block 498 .... .,.. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Block 283 ....___........... 2. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 i

eral days here visiting his father. Lot 2, Block 498. .... The Clewiston Company .... 2.70 Block 284 !................. 2. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 I

Lot 3, Block 498 .... The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Block 285 ...-............. 2.3 The Clewiston Company... 3.30

Mrs.H., C. Jones Jacksonville. Lot 4 Block 498 :__. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Block 286 .................. 2.3 The Clewfston Company... 3.30 '
Lot 5,. Block 498 .-. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Block 287 ...............:.. 4. The Clewiston Company... 5.10 I
1 formerly of this city, was here'several Lot 6, Block 498 _... The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Block 288 .................. 2.3 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 1

days this week on business. Lot 7, Block 49S .... The Clewiston Company... 3.18 Block 289 ............;...... 2. The Clewiston Company... 2.70

Lot 8, Block 498 ..._ I The Clewiston Company .... 4.14 Block 290 .................. 2. The Clewiston Company... 2.70

Mrs. A. 'W- Lawrence and Miss Lot '9, Block 498 .... < Mary C. Sims ___...........______ 2.70 Block 291 ......_........._. 3. The Clewiston Company... 3.90

shopping in Lot 10, Block 4.98 .... ....: '.G. W. Fuquay _........___._..__.. 2.70 Block 292 .....:............ S 2.8 The Clewiston Company... 3.90
Ii Louise Waldron were Lot 11, Block 498 .... .' ..:. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Block 294. .................. 3.1 The Clewiston Company... 3.90

;; Nest Palm Beach :yesterday.Mrs. Lot 13, Block 498 ____ .1.... The Clewlston Company ...' 2.70 Block 299 .................. 2.1 The Clewiston Company.? 3.30.

Lot 15, Block 498 ..,. !. :. i. Edith Taylor .__..._._._..........___ 2.70 Block 300 .................. 2.7 The Clewiton Company... 3.30
V{. C. Prewitt, left Tuesdayfor Lot .16, Block 498 ..__ ;_ .- The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Block 301 .................. 2.5 The Clewis ton Company :... 3.30

Ft. Meade where she will visit Lot 17, Block 498 _..... __ .' t The Clewiston Company _... 2.70 DIode- 302 _............:..._ 3.5 The Clewiston Company... 4.50

her parents for a couple of weeks. Lot 18, Block 498 .... Y' 'The Clewiston Company... 3.18 mock 306 ............_..... 3.7 The Clewiston Company... 4.50

I ...... Block 307 ......:..00....... 3.7 The Clewiston Company... 4.50
All Block 38 ..... : 3.5. The Clewston Company .... 4.50
and Mrs. J. M. Y" Block 308 ....m.:.""",. 3.1 The Clewiston Company ___. 3.90
Mrs. V. Gram, Mr. All Block 39 ___"'. """: ; 3.5. The Clewlston Company .... 4.DO '
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309 .
Block 2.8 The Clewiston ...
'., \:: Company 3.90
Couse, and Miss Bertha Gram, of All Block 40 ...."""': 3. The Clewiston Company... 3.90
Block 310 __............... 3.4 The Clewiston Company... 4.50'
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Moore Haven were visitors here Sun- All Block 41 ; ...:.:_: 1.9 Clewiston Company .... 2.70
All Block 42 ..........._;.''\ .\ 1.9 The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Block 311 .................. 3.4 The Clewiston Company... 4.50
day.: ,. Block 315 .................
All Block 43 ....:....:.. ;: 4.4 The Clewiston Company... 5.70 3.4 The Clewiston Company... 4.50
Block 316 .................. '
All Block 44 ____....... ; 3.7 The Clewiston Company .... 4.50 : 3.6 The Clewiston Company... 4.50
C. B. Van Landingham : ,of Jack- All Block 45 ___._____... 2.2 The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Block 317 ._.:..........:... : 3.6 The Clewiston Comp..ny .... 4.50

sonville spent the week end here as All Block 46 ......._...._ '''.; (. 5.1 The Clewiston Company... 6.30 Block 318 .................. 3.1 The Clewis ton Company... 3.90
F. R. Max- Block 322 .................. .' The Clewiston .
guest of his sister, Mrs. All Block 47 .....___.:.. ; .; 5.1 The Clewiston Company ___a 6.30( ." 1. Company. 1.50
well. Block 323 .................. .' ;. 1.5 The Clewiston Company... 2.10
Block 2.2 .
All 48.'s The Clewiston Company. 2.70 ,, ,
___ Block 324 __....m..m.._. 5.1 ,The Clewiston Company _... 6.30
All Block .019, ___.___ .: 4,6 The Clewiston Company 5.70 :
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Mrand Mrs. W. C. Owen and chil- Block 50 .___......._________ -' = : 3:7 The Clewiston Company... 4.50 Block 325 ___........;...... .: 2.5 The Clewiston Company... 3.30
': mock 326 ...............:.. S 2.7 The Clewfston Company... 3.30
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dren returned the early part of the Block 51 .uun. 3.5 The Clewiston Company... 4.50 .
from short vacation which Block 52 .................... ::;:. '.: 3.5 The ..Clewist Company ___. 4.50 Block 327 ......_'.......... .' 2.5 The Clewiston'Contpany... 3.30
week i a Block 328 .................. ', The Clewiston 5.10
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4.2 Company
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Block : .1
53 __..___....:_. :... : 4.3 The Clewiston Company .... 5.70
they gpent: in Miami Beach. -" Block 329 .................. ..
4.3 The Clewiston Company. 5.70
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Block 54 ........:.....:....: : 4.3 The Clewiston Company... 5.70
',': Block 330 .................. 3.3 The Clewiston Company... 4.50
Block 55 :; 1.7 The Clewiston Company... 2.10
Ezelle Mrs. T. B. Shel- ""---'r..n : Block 331 ............. .... The Clewis ton ...
J. W. 4.50
Mrs. Block 56 ............___...:: :. \.'. ,1.7 The Clewiston Company... 2.10 : : 3.5 Company
ley, Mrs. C. L Nail, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell Block 57 4.5 The Clewiston Company ____ 5.70 Block 332 .................. ;. S 3.5 The Clewis ton Company... 4.50
.#': Terrill Block 333 ._................. : 3.3 The Clewiston Company... 4..50
I and Mrs. G. F. were Block 5S ......___....___.... :" 4.5 The Clewistol1 Company .... 5.70 ;
""shopping in West Palm Beach Tues- Block 59 .................::.<.< : 4.5 The Clewiston Company... 5.70 Block 334 .................: -: 2.2 The Clewiston Company... 2.70

'. Block 60 ___.. .. '.' 4.5 The Clewiston Company... 5.70 Block 335 ........00........ ':' 2.2 The Clewiston Company... 2.70

Ida I Block fit .......n..n....._:_;...:__ .;.... 1.7 The Clewiston Company... 2.10 DIode 336 ...............___ : .r' 2.2 The Clewiston Company... 2.70
:. Company Block 337 .................. t: 2.1 The Clewiston Company... 2.70
Block 62 } .1.7 The Clewston .... 2.10
Heeth from the Jacksonville ''' ''''''''''' "
Miss Mary :. Block 338 .._.___........... .". 2.1 The .Clewiston ... 2.70
.. Company
Block 63 ___......... ...... :':. 3.3 The Ciewlston Company ____ 4.50 .: .
office of the U. S. Engineerwas Block 339 .................. The Clewiston
2.2 ... 2.70
Company
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Block 64 ".,,,,,,,,,,,:,,,: _:,:: ." 3.3 The Clewiston Company... 4.50 .
here several days this week reviewing Block 342 ..................
Block 65 ......:........:___. '' l' 2.8 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 3.4 The Clewiston Company... 4.50
of the records in the Block} 343 .................. The Clewiston _.
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some ': 3.5 Company 4.50
Block 66 ............ ..... 3.1 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 'J
sub-office here. _. ,. Block 344 ..................'. .. 3.5 The Clewiston Company... 4.50
Block 67 m..._........ ... 3.2 The Clewiston Company.__ 3.90 .
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..: Block 345 ...............::. 3.4 The Clewiston Company... 4.50'
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Block 68 ...............:__ : 2.6 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 .
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."..' Block 390 ......_...._...... The Clewiston ... 18.30
14.8 Company
M. O. Decker .
Charles Wilder, and Block 69 :...........""".:'_ 3.4 The Clewis ton Company 4.50
Block 434 .................. The Clewiston ... 4.50
of Ft.. Lauderdale were in Clew- Block 70 ....n....._.......;:; 'l"J', 4.3 The Clewiston Company... 5.70 3.5 Company
iston Wednesday, buying tractors and Block 71 __:........_....._:: 3.0 The Clewiston Company___ 3.90 Block 435 ...........m.... ';., 2.2 The Clewiston Company... 2.70
Block 436 .......__......... ..' The Clewiston ... 8.10
6.5 Company
farm which they will taketo Block 72' .........._.._.....: J.: .< 6.3 The Clewiston Company... 8.10 ;
machinery Block 73 _..!.....'._ : ..':: 2. The Clewiston Company.... 2.70 Block 437 ........___....... ,:',' 6.5 The Clewiston Company... 8'.10
their farm on the coast. m. Block 438 ............,..... '. .. The Clewiston ... 8.10
: .. .', 6.5 Company
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Block 74 _... ...:..........: -< : : 2. The Clewiston Company... 2.70 ,.
Block 439 .................. '. The Clewiston ... 9.30
'i .5 Company
Block 75 ......:..........:.. ; :: 6.3 The Clewiston Company 8.10
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Nail re- Block 76 .:...............:.:' 3. The Clewiston Company m 3.90 Block 440 ........___....... 7.5 The Clewiston Company _.._ 9.30

turned to Clewiston Monday from a mock 77 .......:........... '" 3.4 The Clewiston Company'.00'.. 4.50 mock 441 .................. ._ 7.5 The. Clewiston Company... 9.30
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short stay in Miami. They have an Block 78 ...__..m.....:_.... .:; 2.9 The Clewiston Company .... 3.90 Block 442 ..............;... '. ,. 7.3 Th@ Clewiston Company... 9'.30

apartment in the Schult Apartments.Mrs. Block 79 .................:._ 3.2 The Clewiston Company ___: 3.90 Block 443 ___.....___........ .r. 7.3 The Clewiston Company... 9.30
All & .' Block 444 ...._............ 7.3 The Clewiston Company... 9.30.
except Lots 24. ; I.
Block ...... The Clewiston ... .90
L. M. Howell returned Sun- 25 Block SO --........ '. 6.2 The Clewiston Company... 7.80 460 .n..m. .6 Company
All Dlk .162 less Can- .
day from a two weeks vacation spentin mock 85 ......:._..... 2.6 The Clewiston Company .... 3.90 .
m.
cO" The Clewis ton ...
: al Rwy ..... ....,....: ... .3 Company .84
Miami and Haines City. Her dau- mock 86 m..m.n....__.:. .. 3.2 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 Block 465 ...__.........,..: : .3 The Clewiston Company... .54
Armeda returned with her Block 88 ................ :. :' \ 2.4 The Clewiston Company... 3.90Block .
ghter, '. Block 467 .................. .' .3 The Clewiston Company... ..54'Dlock
89 ............ ;.... '. Clewiston '
after an extended visit in Haines :: ; 4.6 The Company... 5.70 468 ...........,___... .;;: .3 The Clewiston Company... .54

City. All except Lot 1, Block. Block 478 ___............... "'..... 5.8 The Clewiston Company... 7.50
90 _.__.............:....____ 3.4 4.80
The Clewiston Company...
Block 479 .................: 3.1 The Clewiston Company... 3.90.
Lot 1, Block 90 ...;.:.. Mrs. R. E. Carpenter _....... 1.50 '
Block 480 ... .....,..... 4.8 The Clewiston Company... 6.30
Mrs. J. A. McGehee and children, Block 91 ..............:.._.. .00. :
;.r' : 3. Tie Clewiston Company... 3.90
: Block 481 .........:.....:.. ._ 3. The Clewiston Company... 3.90
Mrs. E. L Stewart and Jack Moor Block 92 .....m..n..__ _.. "-" 2.9 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 .
Block 482 ..............:... 2. The Clewiston Company... 2.70
Block 93 ................... ..
man, and Miss Ulla Jacobsen and Miss .. 4.5 The Clewiston Company _... 5.70
.' ( Block 483 ................._ 6.4 The Clewiston Company... 8.10
Block 94 .... ..:.:......:: .
Marcia Avant spent last Thursday : :T./: 3.1 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 '
Block 484 .................. 2.8 The Clewiston Company:.. 3.90
LaBelle where they went to swim mock 95 ..m.m....2.7 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 Block 485 ...00."j. : 2. The .Clewiston Company... 2.70
-' Block 96 _.00-:.:.: 2.7 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 ." ". ..
Jin the pool there. Block 486 3.4 The Clewiston Company 4.50
) Block 97 ___............ :... '.' ""'00"""' S
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r' 2.9 The Clewiston Company... 3.90
Block 487 .................. 1.8 The Clewiston Company... 2.70
mock 98 ............ ..... ; .. .
their wedding ::- ..'. 2.9 The Clewiston Company .... 3.90 Block 488 .................:. ...:.: 2.6 The Clewistou Company _... 3.30
Honoring joint anniversaries .
Block 99 .. ............ : ,
L --- : .: 2.9 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 Block .
: 489 .___.............. 2The Clewiston Company _.., 2.70
Maxwell enter -
Mrs. F. R. mock 100 __..__ >: ;' / '
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.00..00. '' The Clewiston Company... .54 Block 490 .................. J.. 2.8 The Clewiston Company... 3.90
tained Mr. and Mrs- Ivey Pafford Block 101 .................. c.. .. .2 .,
; The Clewis ton Company .54 .
.; .. Block 491 _...............__ : 2.3 The Clewiston Company... 3.30
Mrs. R. W- Kam- mock 108 .................. -
and their guest, 2.5 The Clewiston Company _... 3.30 Block 492 __. .......' 2.4 The Clewiston Company... 3.30
"'m.
Block 109 .................. :' '
merer, at dinner Wednesday night. ; 2.5 The Clewiston Company... 3.30
.. Block 493 ...............:.. 4.4 The Clewiston Company... 5.70
Block 110 ...... ......nn.,.f';. 5.2 The Clewiston Company ..,. 6.30 Block 494 .................. .: 3.3 The Clewiston Company... 4.50
Block 111 ____......__.....'. 16.4 The_ __ ClewiRtnn Company _.__._ 19fiO__._ : : Clewiston' ... 3.90
PARTY The
DELIGHTFUL HONORS ; n Block 496 .................. 2.8 Company
Block 112 ._................ .
MISS BEATRICE KETTL: FRIDAYMr. 2.5 The Clewiston'Company. .... 3.30 Block 497 .................. S 2.4 The Clewiston Company .._. 3.30
.I j Block 113 ::.., 2.5 The' Clewiston- Company _m 3.30 Block 499 ................... 2.8 The Clewiston Company... 3.90
Block 114 less Canal
Block 500 .................. 2.4 The Clewiston Company... 3.30
and Mrs. G. H. Small, Miss ....................:.
Rwy >. .. 1..5 The Clewiston Company 2.40 The Clewiston ... 3.30
Block 501 ................._ 2.4 Company
f Clara Schiller, and Miss Mary Kline Block 116 1.5 The Clewiston Company 2.10 Except Lot 16, Block .

I were joint hosts last Friday night ata Block 117 ...: .. ,\ 1.5 The .Clewiston Company... 2.10 502 ........................ '. 3:7:. The Clewiston Company... 4.80
delightful. pre-nuptial party givenat Block 125 ...-........:....: ,. : 2.7 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 Except Lot 2, Block .

the home of Mr. and Mrs. Small, Block 129 .__...mm... .. '.:: .;:; 1.8 The Clewiston Company _00' 2.70 503 ............___......... 3.3 The Clewiston Company .... 4.80

honoring Miss Beatrice Kettl.x :Block 130 .............m. ...: ;. 4.6 The Clewiston Company m. 5.70 Block '504 ....__............ 2.3 The Clewiston Company... 3.30

Those Mr. and Block 206 .:.. : :-_:. .:.} '. 1.3 The Clewiston Company _... 1.50 Except Lots 7 & 14,
present were ,
11rs'I'N. Block 210 .' -,.. ;). ,\:.'.., 2.7 The .Clewiston Company... 3.30 Block 505 ............ 2.6The Clewiston Company... 3.60

A. Nielsen, Mr. and Mrs. Block 213 .. :'... JIo.....:... :. 1.1 The Clewiston Company... 1.50 Lot 7, Block 505 ___...... Mrs L O. Holdsworth... 1.50
Miner, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. \ Block 214 .:..'., .' 3.4 The Clewistoll Company... 3.90 Block 506 .__mm..n.. 2.3 The Clewi ton Company..: 3.30

MrsLeo Frisch!'; Mrs. Gertrude Jacobs Block 215 .'' {-; ,'" .4 The Clewiston- Company .78 Block 507 ........m....... S 2.7 The Clewiston Company... 3.30
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Mr. George A. Yon, Mr. J. J. Block 216 ..?.' ', -:. .... : 2.3 The Clewiston Company... 2.70 Block 508 __..........__.... '- 1.6 The Clewiston Company... 2.10

s Harrington, Mr. Rebert L. Coker, Mr. Block 217 .,'.,', :' 2.3 The Clewfston Company... 2.70 Block 509 .................. 2.7 The Clewiston Company... 3.30

, 'oS. Jay W. Moran, Mr. George Heath, Block 218 ./. ': r. .\' 3.1 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 Block 510 .................. :.: 2.4 The Clewiston Company... 3.30

Mr. T. C. Yon, Mr. Parker T. Wilson, Block 220 .'/" ., 1.4 The Clewiston 'Company.... 1.50 Except Lot 14, Block .
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r. Mr. John. Kettl Mr. Carl Johnson, Block 230 : .2 The Clewiston Company... .54 511 _......__........._..... 1.9 The Clewiston Company... 3.00
Block 231 _____...._.....;.... ;;" .3 The Clewiston Company... .54 Lot 14, Block 511 .... .... The Clewiston Company, ... 1.50

and Mr. Lawson; Jones. Block 232 .:;.'. .. 1.6'The Clewiston Company... 2.10 Block 512 ................:. ,' 2.7 The Clewiston Company... 3.30

,Block 23.3 <":: : 3.1 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 Block 513 .................. ... 3.1 The Clewiston Company... 3.90

MRS PAFFORD IS HOSTESS Block 234 .. ;; 5.1 The Clewiston Company... 6.30 Block 514 .................. '. 1.4 The Clewiston Company... 2.10

V IX HONOR OF HOUSE GUEST Block 235 ............'....-.: ;"..;: '.. 3.9' The Clewiston Company .___ 5.10 Block 515 ...._............. ." 1.4 The Ciewistoll Company,,. 2.10

Block 236 '..:',r', '1.4 The Clewiston' Company... 2.10 Block 516 _................. { :.. 1.3 The Clewiston Company 2.10

Mrs. IveyVpafford was hostess at Block 237'v': .,, 3.9 The Clewiston Company .... 5.10 Block ,517 .................. S 1.5 The Clewiston Company... 2.10
Block 238 .'- -';" < 1.4 The Clewis ton .... The Clewston ... .50
a lovely bridge at her home Wednesday -. : Company 2.10 Block 518 "''''.''''''...._ ., :,; 3.3 Company
of her Block 239 .' : ': / 3. The Clewiston Company... 3.90 Block 519 .................. :.,.. 3. rfhe Clewlston Company... .>.90
in honor house
guest, Block 240 .: ',' .1.6 The Clewiston Company... 2.10 Block 520 ............_..... '',;;.,>;. 2. The Clewiston Company... 2.70

Mrs. R. W. Kammerer, of Brunswick Block 241 .. '. :..; ,2. TlC) Clewiston Company... 2.70 Block 521 .................. ., "\ 2.2 The Clewiston Company _... 2.70

f Ga.Among. Block 2'42 .: :. ':..'.. 3. The Clewiston Company... 3.90 Block 522 .............__:.. .:.,\' 2.5 The Clewistoll Company... ,3.30

F those to enjoy the after- Block 243 ....m..m.....: 'j.. 5.1' The Clewiston Company ..._ 6.30 Block 523 ..........;....... -<. 2.2 The Clewis ton Company... 2.70

noon were: Mrs. HR.. Hall, Mrs.G.: Block 244 3.5 The Clewiston Company.., 4.50 Block 524 .................. ;. 2.3 The Clewiston Company... 3.30

A. Poole, Mrs Campbell Nail, Mrs. Block 245 ... '. .. 3.5 The Clewiston Company... 4.50 Block 525 .................. .>; 1.5 The Clewistoll Company... 2.10
Dave G. Alston, Mrs. A. A. Munroe Block 246 :. '3.5 The plewiston Company... 4.50 Block 526 .................. ;.t, 2.8 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 .
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Mis. 1 Block 247 .: ... 3.5 The Clewiston Company 4.50 Block 527 .................. S 3.3 The Clewiston Company... 4.50.
Roy Green, Mrs. Mark Lawler, Block 248 .....n..J.; ;'. 2.7 The Clewston Company... 3.30 Block 528 .................. 3. The Clewiston Company... 3.90

Mrs. C- H. Berner, Mis. F.: R. Maxwell I Block 249 .:: : 2.7 The Clevllston Company _... 3.30 Block 534 ._......00........ 3. The Clewiston Company.... 3.90 ....

; Mrs. Barney Thomas, Mrs. C. Block 250 ....'.. :.... S 2.7 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 Block 535 .................. 3.3 The Clewiston Company... 1.50 .

t W. McDonald and Mrs. R. W. Kem- Block 251 ..<.:' 2.7. The Clewiston Company... 3.30 Block 536 ........_......__ 3.3 The Clewiston Company .... 3.90

': merer. A delicious salad course was Block 253 .. .\: .24 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 Block 53'7 m..n......... 3.2 The Clewfston Company... 3.90

served. Block! 254 '.',"'''....__00: 2.7 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 Block 538 ................._ 2.4 The Clewistoll Company... 3.30

Block 255 2.7 The Clewiston Company .... 3.30 Block 539 m............... 2.2 The Clewiston Company 2.70

.MRS. MCDONALD is HOSTESS Block 256 ".......:.....,__ 3. The Clewiston. Company .... 3.90 Block 540 .............m.. 2.5 The Clewfston Company... 3.30

Block 257 .............._.. 3. The Clewiston Company... 3.90 Block 541 .................. 2.2 The Clewiston Company... 2.70
HONORING GIRLHOOD CHUM Block 258 ........:......... 3.5 The Clewiston Company... 4.50 mock 542 .................. 2.1 The Clewiston Company... 2.70

--- Block 259 ."............... 3.5 The Clewiston Company... 4.50 Block 5.13 ............_..... 3.1 The Clewiston Company... 3.90
Mrs. C. W. McDonald was hostess Block 260 .................. 3.2 The Clewfston Company... 3.90 Except Lots I, 2 & 7, .

Tuesday afternoon: at her home onArcade Block 261 .................. 3.2 The Clewiston Company :_.. 3.90! Block 544 ......:....... 2.0 The Clewiston Company .... 4.20

street complimenting her girl'It.vlOod Block 2(52( .................. 2.6 "fhe Clewfston Company _... 3.30 Lot 7, Block 544 ..., Marie neidelsbacher and .

: chum, Mrs. R. W. Kammerer, Block 263 ................._ 2.6 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 Emory Flucldnger .......... 1.80

1' r, of Brunswick, Ga., whom she had Block 264 .........-..._.... 2.6 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 Block 545 .................. 3. The Clewiston Company... 3.90

'not seen in a number of Block 265 .................. 2.7 The Clewiston Company... 3.30 Block 546 .................. .1.6 The Clewiston Company -... 5.70
E years. Mrs. Block 266 ...._m........._ 3.4 The Clewfston Company... 4.50 Block 5-17 ...m..m__..; 3. The Clewiston Company' .... .90

Kammerer is spending several days. Block 267 .............-.... 3.4 The Clewis ton Company .... 4.50 Block 548 .................. 2.6 The Clewiston Company '.,. 3.30
here as guest of Mrs.I. M. Pafford. Block J2C9 .........._....._. 1.4 The ClewJston Company... 2.10 Block 549 ..........._...... 2. The Clewiston Company... 2.10

Those present were Mrs. E L. Block 270 '00""'..""..".,,, 3.2' The Clewistou Company... 3.90 Except Lot 4, Block .

Stewart, Mrs. Grover Poole, Mrs. H. Block 271 ..h..h.. 3.2 The Clewiston Company ..._ 3.90 550 ......n..nm....... 2.4 The Clewiston Company.... 3.60
R. Hall, Mrs. Florence Hyman, Mrs. Block 272 .................. 1. The Clewiston Company... 1.50 I Lot 4, mock 550 ........ W. T. FrHh ...........---.......... 1.50

Block 273 ---.......---..... 1.5 The ClcwistOll Company... 2.10 Block 551 _m.....___.... 3.6 The Clewis ton Company: ,... 4.50 -
Dave
G. Alston Mrs. Barney Thomes
j .1 leek :J71:! ............-..... 1. The Clewiston Company .... 1.50 Block 552 .................. 3.3 The Clewis ton Company... 4.50
Mrs T, M Pafford, and the honree. Block! ) 27": ................ 3.5 The Clewiston' Company ,... 4.50 Block 553 um............. 3.6 The Clewiston Company ...-" 4.50 .

Delicious ice cream and 'cake"" wasserved' Block 276 .......-.:...._.. 3.4 The Clewiston Company... 3.90 Block 554 .................. 3.3 The Clewiston Company... 4.50

by the hostess. ( Block 277 ...........---.... 2.2 The Clewiston Company... 2.70 (Continued on page six)

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.IPAGE SIX THE CLEWISTOX NEWS t--- FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 10 33.

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Mrs. W. C. Prcwitt, left Tuesdayfor

j un )ap cboolJreS50n Water Rising SteadilyIn Ft. Meade where she will visit ,z
her parents for a couple of weeks.
VACATIONSand Kissimmee River


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Reports arriving here today from v
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H
points along the lower Kissimmee
of the Lord, he hath also rejected
HEALTH river state that water is rising almost i
thee from being Icing; And Saul said
to flood proportions, due to
unto Samuel, I have sinned: because I Good FarmLand :.
recent heavy rains in the Kissimmee : /
I heard the people, and obeyed i
Valley. As a result Lake Okeecho-
By Dr. ERNEST H. LINES their voices. I pray thee, pardon my
Eminent Authority; and Chief Medical Director sin, and turn again with me that I bee 'Is steadily rising. :
New York Life Insurance Company
may worship the Lord. And Samuel The writer's informant pointedout
ARTIFICIALRESPIRATION -fo said unto Saul I will not return with that only a few people in this 1

know the thee for thou state are aware of the fact that the
Every person should Your : ]hast rejected the
pfay. arms should be kept
prone method of artificial respira- straight"and stiff. word of the Lord." I state of Florida, through the flood for Rent .

tion. This is particularly important I and drainage board, no longer has
Second, swing your body forward
when on your vacation, for, knowledge ,slowly so that its weight is gradually CANEIIREAKERS CONTINUE i any control over the locks in the sev-

of it may save the life of a brought to bear on, the victim. This THEIR SHUT. OUT MARCH eral canals carrying water to the At- I :
:person who has apparently dro vncd. :I lantic; that the locks in the St. Lucie
compresses the thorax and expels air : ry
\
It is also useful in case of asphyxi- from the lungs. (Continued from page 1) canal, :Moore Haven canal and the 1

ation from smoke or gas, or carbon D. Hooks, 2b; B. Nail, 3b; Wiley; ss; Caloosahatchee river are under the : I II
monoxide poisoning from breathingthe Third, swing backward and remove Jones, If; McLendon, Ib; Bolton, c; direct control of the War Depart- I, \

exhaust of a motor, or In cases of all pressure from the patient. The Wilson, rf; W. Hook, p; Cato, cf. ment. Residents along the lake, it I I'

electric shock. thorax and diaphragm will expand Engineers: Cothern rf; B. Hawkins, was stated, are ,becoming alarmed Trespassers [

.In many instances the heart con from its own elasticity the and After air will 3b and ss; Berry, cf; C., Hawkins, c; and insisting that the locks shouldbe Will Be H
be drawn into lungs. an
tinues to beat for some minutes after I Boyd, 2b; Melvin, 3b Jenkins, 2b andss opened forthwith instead of wait- I
interval, return to the first move-
cessation of respiration. It is important -I. this at ; Mathis, If; Elliott, Ib; Walker, ing until the water backs up along ProsecutedThe
ment. Repeat process a the bakn
sof the Kissimmee river,
P.
therefore, that artificial I 18 minute.
speed 16 to
of per
Umpires: Butler and Lang. and eventually, into th beig Toho-
respiration be started with all post
for three or four hours,
Keep
up
sible promptness. I Errors: C. Hawkins 3, Nail 1, pekaligas at Kissimmee and St. Cloud.
Success in
until doctor arrives.
or a
Artificial respiration saves lives Bolton 1. Double plays, Engineers 1; They can only be opened, however, ,
artificial respiration depends as
'. because of the fact that if the normal 1' knowledge Walked by Hooks Walker 1: Hits or closed, by direction o htf eWar
much on perseverance as upon
ventilation of the lungs is approximated of the technique.It Berry, Jenkins, Walker, D. Hooks, Department Washington.. The locksin
Wiley 2, Jones McLendon, Bolton. the toh crenaa Isleading out of
for some time by artificial j is a good idea to practice the
means the rhythmic function of the' Two base hit: W. Hooks. Struck out in the other canals leading out of '
artificial respirationat
method of
nerve centers and the muscles of the[prone before vaca- by Hooks 10, Walker 7'. Runs batted Lake Okeechobee are under the con- -
home going on
thorax and diaphragm may be re your in Wiley, Jones 2. Base on missed trol of the defunct state drainage
order to familiarize yourself
tion in
sumed. 'tJ''f third strike Nail. Stolen bases: board more or less helpless to func- ClewistonCompany -
.
The prone method of artificial I with it.STATE Walker, B. Nail McLendon.REGISTRATION tion.-Kissimmee Valley Gazette. ri\t
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respiration is now recognized every- FOR
REQUESTED :
p.
:' where' as the best, and everyone GOLD DIGGER PROTECTION HOOKS NOT United States Navy First .

'" should learn it. It is very simple.It TO HE SENT TO PRECINCTS The first time an airplane was catapulted &I

provides for compression of the Tallahassee, Aug 22, (FNS-State off a ship was on November 12, :

thorax, thus expelling "poor air" protection for a Gold Digger was one Registration books will not be sent 1918. by the United States navy. .....................................................................'.........'.............,r. "::4
from the lungs, and for the sudden of the unusual problems that con- into the precincts in order that all ,,
release of the chest wall, which fronted the Governor and his Cab- may register to take part in the Spec- f.

expands by its own elasticity and inet last week. ial Election October 10th when Flor- I (Continued f l'om page five)

thus draws .in fresh air. I ida voters will go to the polls to
A party-claiming to possess authentic Description .AcreS O\nlCl' Amount
The person who has apparently express their voice for or againstthe
with information as to the location of I lock 555 .................. 3.7 The Clewiston Company... 4.50I
drowned should be turned head 18th Amendment John L. Hall
buried treasure, but unwilling to dis- Block 556 .................. 3.3 The Clewiston Company... 4.50 '
and face downward for a moment. lose full details, appealed to the state spuervisor of registration for this I Block 557 _.........-..... ; 3.3 The Clewis ton Company, ... 4,50 :;
Thrust a finger far backward into county was 'informed Tuesday. Block ..... ... 3.30
for protection while he seeks for the 558 .. ...nn... 2,6 The Clewiston Company
the mouth and depress the tongue I hidden gold. The telegram giving this informa- Block 559 .................. 3: The Clewiston Company _... 3.90
forward. This favors the escape of tion follows: Block 560 "''..........__ -." 2.9 The Clewiston Company... 3.90
a small quantity of water, mucous, The loot, burned no doubt by a "The state canvassing board com- Block 561 ......___. ....... 3.3 The Clewis ton Company ___. ,1.50 '

or other substances that may have pirate crew, is reputed to be valuedat posed of the attorney general, the Block 562 ................-. 2.6 Thq Clewiston Company... 3.30 ."4

collected at the base of the tongue seven million dollars. The party comptroller, and Secretary of State, Block 563 ..-............... 2.6 The Clewiston Company -... 3.90
and which might obstruct the en- proposing to undertake its salvage, in session today, making rulings on Block 564 _........_........ 2.9 The Clewiston Company .... 3.90Block :
trance of air to the lungs. Don't resort offers a one-seventh share to the the provisions of House Bill No.5 565 ................._ 3.6 The Clewiston Company... 4.50'
state in return for protction.The I Block 566 ...__..00......... : 3.2 The Cleyriston Company... 3.90 "
the .
to barbarous practice of ,
for Special Election October 10th has Block ........ _..., 4.50
567 .......... .. 3.7 The Clewiston Company
rolling a person over a barrel'or unique appeal of this propo- determined by official advice of the Block 568 '..............__.. :', 3'.3 The Clewiston Company... 4.50'
hanging him head downwards. It, sal came as a welcome interlude dur- Attorney General that the opening of Bloch 569 .....00........___ 3.6 The Clewis ton Company _... 4.50' '- ,
is quite certain that no great quantity -, ing the. routine consideration of ordi- I registration books by the county supervisors Block 570 ....--..._......._ 3.2 The Clewiston' Company ...: 3.90'
of water 'gets into the lungs. I nary matters of state. No action of registration at the county Block 571 ................_ 3.6 The Clewiston Company 4.50 a

The prone method of artificial was taken. I site is all that is requested by the Block 572 ..........__.__... 3. The Clewiston Company... 3.90
respiration may be divided into three I Act and that it is not requested the Block 573 .................. 2.2 The Clewiston '.Company _... 2.70
Block 574 ........ The Clewiston ... 5.10
successive movements, which iu'ay be I books be sent to the district officesto .nmn.. ,, 4. Company
repeated by counting aloud "one," be opened in each district. House Block 575 ....__.:....-....: ,'"T':',:." '-1.9 The Clevviston Company... 2.70
Block 576 ...........:...... ., :'.' 2.7 The Clewiston Company __.. 3.30
"two, "three" as you go through FURNITUREFor Bill No. 5 provides that all who reg- Block 577 ...........m..:. .",, '; .{., 3.8 The Clewiston Company... 5.10

them. istered and qualified last election Block 578 ..m..__......... 2.7 The Clewiston Company... 3.30
First, with the victim lying face I will not need to re-register." The Block 579 .......m........ 4.7 The Clewiston Company... 5.70 h
downward' and the' head turned to Sale telegram, was signed by R. A. Gray, Block 580 .................. ." :, 7.5 The Clewiston Company... 9.30 : It
one side, straddle the hips and Secretary of State. Block 581 ...:..____...m_ ':':, 3.5 The Clewiston Company __.. 4.50

place the palms of your hands on the AT SACRIFICE PRICESAddress The supervisor had already made mock 582 .................., : ,,', 3.8 The Clewiston Company __.. !.10
small of his back, with the fingersover arrangements to send the books out mock 583 ___...........---. 7.4 The Clewis ton Company... 9.30

the ribs. Bend your body Box 504, Clewiston, to the precincts. The Clewiston books Block 584 .........__........ 3.8 The Clewiston Company... 5.10
slightly forward so the weight of Block 585 .........__....... 4.1 The Clewiston Company __.. 5.10
were to be at Alston's drug store, .
Block 586 ____ 9.2 The Clewiston Company ____ 11.10 -,
shoulders be m..m.
-into
your can brought I with Parker Wilson as deputy reg- Block 587 __................ 1.5 The Clowiston Company... 2.10 .

istration officer. Block 588 ..__....'..m.... 5'.3 The Clewiston Company... 6.90

: : Block 589 .............___.. (, 5.3 The Clew.iston Company _... 6.90
e..1'1 Amber Block 590 ......______...... < 7.2 The Clewistpn Company 8.70
Less R. R., Block 591 :6.6: The Clewiston Company... .8.10
:o. .y.... Amber, a fossilized vegetable resin, Less R. R., Block] 592 7.4 The Clewiston Company .... 9.30

; ; bard, brittle, translucent and yellow- Block 593 ................._ 7.4 The Clewistoll Company ___ 9.30
i:::: :::: brown In color, Is easily electrified by Block 600 ..............____ 2. The Clewiston Company .... 2.70

::_i::::: Speculation" '-" : > :ii::: friction. This la regarded as the first Less R. R., Block 601 ti' -' 2. The Clewiston Company... 2.70
.: electrical phenomenon to have been Lot 2, Block 602 ........ 1.1 The Clewiston Company... 1.50 '
ii: ; '.:. .:..:. observed tnd was remarked by the Lot 2, Block 603 ..._ '1.1 The ClewistoI1 Company 1.50

V::: Is' Exciting :::: early Greeks. Lot Country 2, Block Club, less 60.1 call-.... '-;. ;-,1.1-i .. The Clewis ton Company' ... 1.50

& + Dead al Rwy ..................__. ,. .._162.38 The Clewiston Company .__.192.60. ;
.y.... Ferns .... .. .
Sometimes ferns that look dead R. Y. PATTERSON, .
t f can be revived by placing pots In hot Tax Collector .of the City of
: :: but aren't safety of principal. and assured .';."i',. water and letting stand until the water Clewiston;, Florida.
return more important right now? .:.:. cools.
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:::: If you are ready for real profit without :ii;::

I: a' any breath-taking thrills (as most sensible .t.:.. m:
;; ; ,people are these days), you'll be interested :" m
:;::;: :; in the Building and Loan plan. It has ::::::

been going along serenely for many years .:..:. FORMAL OPENING .
:::: now, paying its patrons consistently high :ii;::
: : returns, without doing any tricks with .:.+
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.... Clewiston Co.
II their money. .t..... ;. Drug :

; ; As a matter of fact, there have been fewer .:II..:* .
:::: actual losses under this plan than under ':"i* ","

*z *: any other financial plan in the world. That :i it:.:* Tuesday Auguft 29th '
*ooi... covers a lot of territory, but it's the truth. ..

t.:. Even the late, unlamented depression, .XX:t..:. Cottrell
Next Bank
. Door
: Wg. - to
:00 which left many other established financial ; ,
::::X institutions in such bad order, failed :Q:::
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to hurt the reputation of the Building ++
8:::: and Loan.. .r:.
X In announcing the opening of c

M the Clewiston Drug Company, it is
V r?: with great ( a satisfaction that
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t: We Can Help You lo a I:_;;: PRESCRIPTIONS we are able to: tell you we will be BARBECUE :
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readyto give you a completeline of
1 I :::=: Own Your Own Home +.:. DRUGS drugs and drug sundries .? of SANDWICHES :
II
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afford.
SUNDRIES "

U Clewiston Home *UYY "'C' want you to fool that this LUNCHEONETTE ,

STATIONERY is your 'siore. ,. that we want toserve FOUNTAIN. DRINKS

jou .. and that we appl'.cATEX1.'S -
!) ; ciate jour business. BEER
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U8uilding Association !! Como in,and give us a trial.

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