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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 4, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
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Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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'!' ,(.VOLUME NUMBER 16. CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1934. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEA): .,


CLEWISTON LEADSREGISTRATION FIRE DEPARTMENT THREE ON SCHOOL
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MAY 12 OPENING MEETING CALLED LOCAL TOMATO

LISTI I TRUSTEES BALLOTThe
I I There will be a meeting to organize -
r: DATE OF MOVIE I __ I volunteer fire department SHIPMENTS NOW

I Hendry county's registration books j I at the city hall next Monday night, names of A. W. Lawrence,

"DIXIE CRYSTAL" I bear the names of 1,353 voters, the I' May 7th, at '8 o'clock. Mrs. J. A. McGehee and A. O. Ward AT CROP PEAK
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li ? Dumber having been increased 279 All who are interested are Invited 1
"....". will be placed on the ballots for
in the period of registration which and urged to attend.,
ft.:: ; districts I E. 'B. BUTLER school trustees of Special school tax BEAN
THEATER BUILDING IS NEARING closed April 30th. By the CAIJBlAGE AND MARKET

;.;:.. '. COMPLETION; GOOD registration is: district number 7, in the election to ALSO ACTIVE AND
t?:,, ". FILMS BOOKED :} District 1, Clewiston, 209 new, 647 Schools Receive $7035 be held in Clewiston May: 8th. PRICES GOOD

t: ; ." [j total; District 2, E. LaBelle, 20 new, : The election will also be held to

>4S4'P: The Dixie Crystal, Clewiston'snew 129 total; District 3, LaBelle, 27 Taxes Paid Last' Month give electors an opportunity to ex- I With packing houses at Clewiston,
'::.;:" movie theater, will open Satur- i new, 296' total; District 4, Denaud press the millage which they desireto Lake Harbor and South Bay running
; :'> day, May 12th with a new Fox release ) 25 new, 121 total; District 5, Felda, be levied on the district for the I full Blast the local tomato season is

"" "Carolina" starring lovely 18 new, 140 total. The school funds of Hepdry coun- next ,two yeaars. in full swing, reaching the peak this
Janet Gaynor and Lionel Barrymore. I The Clewiston district is by far ty benefitted in the amount of Election officials, named by the I week The market has held' steady C
Finishing touches will be put on the I the largest of any of the five dis- $7,033.55'from taxes paid during school board Monday afternoon, are I with fancy pack bringing $2.QOand

building next week by 'Burchard and I tricts ''in the county, and is almost April and distributed the first of I W. S. Bowden, clerk, Mrs' Josephine choice 150. A few extra fancy

:Burchard, contractors of LaBelle. I as large as all the other four com- May. Of this amount $4,338.83 was Wright, Mrs. Dick Simpson and Mrs. I have brought $2.15 in packed lugs.

The theatre, though small, is of bined. It is within 37 of having a majority placed in general and maintenancefunds Roy Green, inspectors and Joe Cato, j I Field crates are being purchased at

"a most attractive, design and finish. I of the total voters. from which salaries of teachers deputy marshal. The election will beat I I the field by buyers and, truckers at
" t,:I': The exterior stucco will be finished Only 151, of these have paid their and bus drivers and costs of admin- the city hall. j[ from $1.25 to ''165. These prices
in stippled effects of French gray (Continued on Page 8)) istration are paid. i are very satisfactory and mean a

flecked 'with black, white and silver. I Tax Collector F. A. Dougherty deposited I-nice profit to the grower.

The small vertical panel adornmentswill 5865.03 from 1933 taxes I Approximately 6 cars per day are :'j'
i NEW ICE STORAGE'
be of dazzling white. The box- GOPHER DERBY IS collected during April, and the remaining being sent out by railroad and trucks .,
-. : office at the right of the entrance $1,168.52 was collected and from the vicinity of Clewiston and '

'rJ forms; a part of the lobby in which !I deposited by Clerk W. T. Hull from HOUSE USED TODAYThe South Bay. Although some fields are
displays of coming attractions will be \ BIG ATTRACTION I tax redemptions.U. through, 70 percent of the fields are

made. At the left are stairs leading I I now being picked and younger fields ',:
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to the balcony which seats about :I new ice house was put in op- will keep the market op'en. if prices "

forty persons. I|| ,H. J. Oglesby was winner of the S. Dredges Work eration today, following the success- Justify picking until about June first.
' The interior of the auditorium is first, $10 prize in the Gopher Derby ful installation of the giant Kelvin- At that time the Mississippi and Tex-

of panelled Celotex, a material chosen staged at the close of the Diamond On New LocationsThe atorcooling unit which wad com- as crops come in in large quantity .:

particularly for its acoustic, value. Ball game on Kiwanis Field Friday pleted yesterday by J. H. Couse, Kel- and the market is not as favorable .,,'
Attractive lighting fixtures will be night. The gopher entered by the vinator agent from West Palm as now. Practically the only sectionin ::

placed in slender vertical panels with Clewiston Inn finished second and Gulfport, U. S. dredge, recently Beach. H. J. Oglesby, manager of Florida except the Everglades now .'

deeply marked Celotex. A small mez- won for its owners the five dollar brought into the'lake for work I,the storage house, now has a com- shipping tomatoes is tne Manatee J
zanine box with seats for 12 or 15 prize. The Clewiston Drug com- on the Lake Okeechobee' project has plete ten ton storage room for his county area.Shipments. '
will be at the rear of the auditor- pany's entry, was awarded $2.50 for been stationed at Bacom Point and local ice business. of tomatoes from Mex- .

ium, and was designed especially for third place. is working north on the East shore I(I The ice house, was built by the ico have increased but Cuban shipments ,.;
. theater parties. I I I There was a large crowd of spec- towards Canal Point., This is the Florida Power and Light company for I have declined in about the .J

Mrs. Mary, Hayes Davis, owner I i I tators who derived much amusement first work done In Division nine. the Clewiston business. It is of na-i same amount, so the market hag c.
and manager of the "Dixie Crystal" ;!; from the gopher race and from the The Sarasota has been moved tural stucco, 20 feet square, and'contains I been usually steady. The notable i

, is booking the best possible attrac-!I I, anxiety of the anxious entrants. I across the lake and put to work an office besides the ice room feature of the tomato deal this year ;

. tions for her new theater, and states Gophers, like donkeys, cannot be depended cleaning up an auxiliary floodway and delivery platform. Mr. Aglesby has been the remarkably steady main- ),
that she, expects to arrange the per-I'I on in a pinch, and some of I channel from White Light east of states that he will place additional tained price. Not for years has the ,j
formances to suit the needs and the most likely looking ones wandered Lakeport back to the shore southof culverts to make a' marl driveway price remained as even.
wishes of the Clewiston residents.The ed slowly in rambling the Prices for
a direction mouth of Fisheatiing clear across the front of the ice house cabbage have advanced
movie will open with a matinee while a couple of the most sluggish creek where the auxiliary channel from the 'street. The side adjacentto sharply during the past week with i

Saturday afternoon at 3:30. Other I ones did not stir from their tracks. will connect with the navigation the highway will be beautifiedwith resultant increase: in activity in the '
, shows will begin approximately at For the benefit of those who have channel beside the levee. a lawn and flower bed. cabbage fields locally. Some growers .'. :
l 7:30 and 9:15, and a showing will '1 I never witnessed a gopher derby the The C. Y. Thomason company has who had not been able to market ..."
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-. begin at 11 p. m. as special con- !I following will present the picture. moved a dragline to the location of STATE ROAD OFFICIAL HERE their crops profitably and were let ,.JJ

venience to those, who are unable to I I I Two circles are, drawn some distance Drainage Culvert 4A located between SATURDAY TOURING SECTION ting them waste in the fields are _'r<
attend earlier Saturday' evening. ,,I apart on the ground. Gophers, (all South Bay and Ritta, and excavationis I now combing every acre of cabbage ;
There will be regular matinees 'Sat-]J: of these are owned by G. C. Hurt of beginning for the construction of: Walter R. Gall of Zephyrhills, to make the largest possible ship- :.

and Sunday afternoons. Tentative'''Fort Myers) are "sold" for the eve- the culvert. member of the state road departmentfrom ments. Cabbage were sold at $1.60 ..j
plans are to operate every night, with'' ning for the purpose of entering the the first district, was a visitor yesterday that were $1.10 the latter ;/
: possible exceptions of Thursday and race, at a price of $1.00'to $1.35, in Clewiston Saturday Mr. Gall has part of the week.A .-J
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Friday. I!I depending on 'whether the entry's Judge Rules Salary I been a member of the departmentsince I solid car, of red cabbage was
Mrs. Davis is modern name is painted the gopher's back. I
installing on shortly after Governor Sholtz' shipped by C. E. Miner from Bare :
sound equipment. best adapted to the The race is run in "heats," with Law Unconstitutional inauguraation, being one of those Beach Thursday. '

theater and has stated that she will j about:, thirteen gophers in each \ I chosen ,by the governor in his reorganization During the past week there has
have an experienced operator in j "heat"; The gophers, each with a of the state road de- been a strong demand from truckersfor
.charge' of the projection room. I youngster holding it, are lined up Judge George W. Whitehurst, ina i partment.Mr. Southern markets for round

"Carolina" will be followed by I near the rim of the smaller circle. hearing held in Fort Myers last I Gall had been on an inspection stringless beans but none of this variety -
"WhirlpoolJack Holt's newest I When the whistle is blown, the gophers ''Friday, held the act of the 1933 leg- trip through his district and was the is ready for picking locally. The
picture, a Columbia production. The I are released and "nature takes islature affecting the salaries of guest of. friends while here. late crop of Bountifuls is now being a
Clewiston showing will be the Flor-I its course". The first gopher with county superintendent of public instruction I picked and is of unusually fine qual-

.- ida premiere of this picture, which ambition and luck enough to cross school board members, 110}i POUND TURNIP SHOWN ity, the fields showing? an even stand
will open in Miami the week follow-I the line into the larger circle wins coun commissioners and supervisor of FROM HOOKER'S POINT GARDENA of vines in very fine condition.
ing its Clewiston appearance., the race. Due to the fact that gophers registration was unconstitutional.Test I There was a firm f.o.b. market "
"The Meanest 'Gal in Town" with can't be trained or urged forwardnor of the law was made by E. L. this week, $1.50 to $2.00 accordingto
I Purple Top turnip weighing
Zazu Pitts and Pert Kelton, noted to the right or left, the race is Stallings, superintendent of public 10H pounds was displayed at the quality. Practically all beans of
" -. for her impersonation of Mae West, a hilarious one. instruction, whose salary' was cut by Clewiston Supply Company yesterday. this section are being loaded at

.' is the RKo'contribution to the first There were 56 ,gophers entered the bill to $1800 from $2400 last I The turnip was brought in by Mrs. South Bay because of other beans in j
, :. ... three sound movies to be shown in Friday night, the proceeds being divided year. Mrs., Stallings' suit made no that section which have helped to .
Thomas, who grew its in a gardenat j l
:. .- Clewiston. Among the early pictures between the ownerpromoterand I mention of any other salaries but I' Hbok r's Point. establish a f.o.b. market. About -' >It.
scheduled are "George White's Scan- the Kiwanis club. the ruling of Judge Whitehurstwas four cars per day leave South Bay. i

" f dais" and "Stand Up and Cheer". that- the.n_ entire__n__ hill was ur..v.r>nn..... I Other vegetables include a few .. Jf
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:: Robbed
stitutional. ,Burglars Who fancy to d
" Delinquent Tax List peppers selling mainly :
:;;:, :..: CANDIDATES I Ir j The ruling '
QUALIFY I i was accepted- by the I truckers for $1.50 per bushel hamper ;. i
":, ;. I Is Published TodayThe school board and no further actionis Local Store At Large and a few Crystal wax Bermuda 1
' Three more candidates for office expected. The alternative wouldbe onions of fine quality moving now. !

'..,:. were qualified with Clerk W. T. an appeal to the Supreme court. I Merchandise of an approximate val- ,These are also being sold principally ,.I I
Hull this week: for representative lists of lands in Hendry ue-of $400 and about $35 in cash was to truckers and to the local market

Elbert L. Stewart, of Clewiston; for county on which 1933 taxes are delinquent CANDIDATE VISITS SECTION taken from the Clewiston Supply at from $1.50 to $1.75 per bushel j I
1r commissioner district 3, W. N. Stall- I'I Company here sometime during the crate. 11
, ings, of LaBelle; for commissioner In is advertised in a special I I Eugene S. Matthews, of Starke, night Friday by a burglar or burglarswho f

district 5, James E. Perry, Fielda. notice appearing in this issue of the I I was a pleasant visitor in Clewiston used a pinch bar to pry the front MRS. I:. L. STEWART NEW; HEAD j
Clewiston News and continuing for Wednesday in the interest of his
door of the establishment open.
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OF CLEWISTOX GARDEN CLUB
ENGINEERS LOSE FIRST four subsequent issues as requiredby I candidacy for re-election as a member -, Evidently the loot was selected ;
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law. of the. Florida railroad
GAME DURING SEASON commission leisurely, for in every: case the nicest L. elected '
Mrs. E. Stewart was :
sold at the .
These lands will be
'I Mr.
Matthews is very well and
and most expensive class of goods f
, chairman of the Clewiston Garden )
I court house door in LaBelle on the
The favorably known over the state, bothas
U. S. the
Engineers base ball was chosen. Missing from showcases held k
Club at the regular meeting ,
fourth of June the first :Monday in ;
a member of the railroad
club commis-
suffered their first defeat of II that month F. A. Dougherty tax sion I next morning'were 50 silk Thursday afternoon at the home of ::
by ; and
the as a newspaper man. He
season at the hands of silk hoso
of Fort collector. ,I dresses, a large suppdy Mrs. F. D. Duff. Mrs W. C. Owen i{
. Myers by a score of 7-6 on the local owns nadfor many years edited the and silk lingerie, several dozens ofmen's and treasurer. !
I elected secretary
In counties in Florida, the Starke was j
diamond Sunday afternoon in an many Telegraph, one of Florida's shirts, men's and ladies' pa-
of the meeting. was
/ advertising of delinquent lands has best weeklies.He The program
eleven inning that not II two rifles and of 1
game was on jamas, a quantity given over to a trip to the labora-
been until the month of
< ice for postponed spent several hours
f' either team until the final renewingold .
groceries.MOTHER'S of the U. S. S. Corporation, .1
'<' ,','. inning. June, with the sale being held on the acquaintances and making new tory

.\ :;:;:', With the game safely tucked away I first Monday in July, permission hav- friends here before leaving for La- / DAY STAMPSThe where plant experiments made. These are experiments con-- I j I
Y-':; with a 6-3 count in their favor the ing been given by Comptroller J. M. Belle and Pahokee enroute to the I stantly' being :
I explainedto
interestingly
;.:,- Engineers Lee and Governor Sholtz for the Eaast Coast. were
l-;; :,' faltered in the last of the postponement. Clewiston post office on Wed- the members by W. C. Prewitt.A .
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eighth and
permitted the visitors to I will be sponsoredby
ordered or'the
nesday zinnia show
a supply newMother's
county's tax
Hendry col-
However
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-, : cross the
, .. -' the score. plate three times to even lector prepared the list by the time I GOMEZ TO SPEAK HERE Day stamps, issued this year the club about the first of July'
for the first time definite date. and plans will be announced -
in commemorationof
it is being advertised
set law and
o' In th eleventh by I I
with the visitors connected and the sale held on the regular I State Senator Arthur Gomez of Mother's Day. The stamps, which latervENGINEER
bunched hits to score the date. I iI r Key Wes will give Clewiston its first bear a miniature Whistler's famous
winning run, to hold the. locals score- campaign speech of the present cam- "Portrait of My Mother," are of OFFICIAL HERE
less in their
frame. I I paign Saturday night, speaking at the three cent Variety and are twice
William Hooks started on them BEER REVENUE GREATEST 8:15 o'clock in front of Alston's Drug the size of the ordinary stamp.It Major and Mrs.II C. Dunn and
mound for the locals, and was relieved -,I IN MARCH REPORT SHOWS I I Store. Senator Gomez has 'visited was a beautiful thought of Major Dunn's father, Colonel Dunn, j
by: Walker in the eighth. Wil Clewiston twice recently, but this Postmaster General Farley to honor of Jacksonville were visitors in Clew-
CHamson! received all the way: Bolick TALLAHASSEE, May 5. (FNS)- time Will be his first active work American mothers by the issue! of iston Wednesday. Major Dunn is
,,. did the mound work for the visitors i According to a report of the State here in the race. these stamps, and millions will be district engineer for the Florida dis- (

"" '', with Aldridge catching. Beverage' Department beer sales for Mr. Gomez is a candidate for reelection used on letters and greeting carry- trict, of the U. S. Engineers, and I
S -" '' The locals play a return game withFort l the last 15 days in March are tho to the state: senate from Ing messages of grititudQ for the inspected the lake project while in !
Myers In Fort Myers Sunday aft, greatest of any period since it this district which ''' Dunn is a 1
J was embraces Monroe, 'supreme, blessing ofi moUier.! : }Jye! an
k prnoon- '., legalized on May 8.,, 1933" Collier, Lee and Hendry comities, ", I'I .. : I' ", tired" colonel. pf. the U,' 8, Arry !!

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News R Review of Current mall competitive be let to commercial bids, and that companieson meanwhile Soy Bean Respondsto BOARDING HOUSE DAZE

a commission should be namedto "The fat boarder Is about to giveus

study the question of air mall trans- Soil Sweetener 'The Road to Mandalay.' "

Events the World Over port and the development of commer- "Let's detour."-Courier Journal,

cial and military aviation and reportto Louisville. ,. tift

the next congress. Limestone When Added to

Four air lines filed In. the Districtof ,

Columbia Supreme court com- Manure, ,Found to Greatly
Awake l10r Hours
,President Tells'What He Wants Congress to Do.-Mussolini plaints seeking 'to enjoin Postmaster Boost the Yield.

General arley from carrying out his

Tries Another Restoration J.\lethod-France to order annulling the air mail contracts. with Dtching,
By C. J. Badger College of Agriculture
The complaints brought by the Boe- University of Illinois,-WNU Service. '

Quit Armament Negotiations. ing Air Transport, Inc. ; Pacific :Air "Believe It or not," soy beans whichare lrningP9mpies

Transport ; Varney Airlines ; and Na=; often spoken of as an acid tolerant

tional Air Transport, Inc., all subsidI- I crop will produce from two to five
EDWARD W. PICKARD
By ', aries of United Aircraft and Transport times as much hay to tlfb acre, when Cuticura Healed"For

Inc., charge that Mr. Farley as given the benefit of limestone on some
ROOSEVELT, In a the strength of Its army but also its
individual I canceled their
PRESIDENT an contracts of the light-colored soils.
with congressional naval and air forces. over two'years I suffered
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vithout a hearing, illegally, and de- Evidence showing the value of an with Itching, burning pimples that
leaders made known his desires "Whatever explanation may be ad- of
them "without due
prived property application of the "soil sweetener" Is
broke out face and arms.
/ over my
Immediate vanced facts of 'such
In the way of legisla exceptional
of (llw in violation of the Fifth
process ) of
revealed in the results four hard
told lead to observa- yearsof They were very large; red and
tion. First, he gravity can only one' amendmentlof J "
the Constitution.
tests at two soil experiment fieldsof and to head. They itched
them he would soon tion and conclusion. They prove the came a

submit a new request German government has made Impossible rather low productive levels maintained and burned so much that I could not

I for 51,500.000,000 for further negotiations." J,\PAN has ,issued a manifesto asserting by the state university.At refrain scratching, and the

: relief purposes, as The French laid down one condition i its, respopsibility to maintain one field, where the soil is a light pimples tuned into white scales. At

was Indicated In his upon which they would re-engage in peace ;.1 In;eastern Asia and, object- gray silt loam, the u'se of manure gavea night would lie awake for hours."I .

1: January budget mes- disarmament conversations, and it Is ing to the gIving'of help to Chineseair yield of 340 pounds of soy bean hay saw an advertisement for Cut

sage. This bill will regarded as insuperable. That condition qnd military forces by other na to the acre, but when limestone was cura Soap and Ointment and sent, fora

Include several pro- is that Germany return to the tions. Especially the Japanese dislike applied in addition to manure, the free sample. When the samples
the sales of airplanes to China by
visions namely, a League of Nations and to the league's yield of bean hay was 1,700 poundsan gave out the pimples were disappearing -
American and Italian manufacturers.
housing program and disarmament conference at Geneva. acre. The field that received no so I bought more and two

$500,000,000 for the The note concluded by calling for treatment returned about the same as weeks later I was healed." (Signed)

public works program the final meeting of the disarmament MORE than 1,200 citizens of Lex- where manure had been spread. The Miss. Edith Langlitz, 340 Dove St.,

President to aid employment.. conference to announce publicly thatit Mass., while preparing Increase resulting from limestone, I Oshkosh, Wis.,' Sept. 2, 1933.
Roosevelt Is celebrate the 159th anniversary of the when it applied'In addition to ma-
The relief will be !useless to continue Its labors was Soap 25c. Ointment 25 and 50c.

made a part of the usual deficiency and Ito* show the world, where the battle Lexington, decided to fire an- nure, amounted to 1,300 pounds, or Talcum 25c. Proprietors : Potter

measure. blame ,lies.CEnTAIN. other shot that, though It wouldn't be more than a half a ton to the acre.
"heard around the world," might be Drug, & Chemical Corp., Malden,
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Another experiment field consistingof
Next, Mr. Roosevelt wants a stock Mass.-Adv. \ti-
Increases written counted on to make a slight noise In a silt loam some- ;
market regulation bill with better tax into, yellow-gray gave ,
teeth than those in the much modified bill by the senate and Washington; They; signed- and sent to what better'yields. Soil with no treat-

Fletcher-Rayburn measure. He desires passed by that body are regarded by their state delegation ,in congress ,a ment returned 1,040 pounds of soy bean :, 'J'- ,.
certain of the for
too, passage of reciprocal tariff, house leaders as quite undesirable. protest against policies hay to the acre ; the manure treatment iy
government. Here in part is what
general revenue, municipal bank- Chairman, Dotightou of the ways and they wrote: improved the yield to an average of BiUicMSneSSSour

ruptcy, and federal insurance on bank means committee declared they were 1,420 pounds, and applications of both
"We federal inter-
protest against Stomach
deposits measures.In entirely outside the original Intent of manure and limestone jumped the harvest ''f
ference business under the guise of
order that congress may get the new ,revenue legislation, and a to 2,980 pounds, or practically a Gas and Headache
promoting social reform and economic
through and adjourn t>y the middle of fight against them was 'planned In con ton and a half of hay to the acre. duo toConstipation

May, the President Is willing to side- ference. recovery. The response: to manure over no
"We protest against the passage of
track some of the administration When the measure reached the sen- treatment amounted to 3SO pounds,
legislation'without more careful con-
measures: including the permanent air ate it contained provisions ,estimatedto sideration by while the response to manure and
congress.
mail legislation and the Wagnerbill produce $258,000,000 a year In new limestone over manure alone was 1,500
"We protest against the Indefinite
to eliminate companydominatedunions. revenue, chiefly by stopping the loop- extension of legislation originally designed pounds an acre., However, manure and f A(

He was reported also to have holes through which legaJ'tax. avoid limestone gave returns of 1,940, or
solely' for emergency purposes.
expressed opposition to measures to ance had been possible. ., nearly a ton to the acre, over the plot

create a central monetary authority. The bill fell quickly Into the handsof \which did not receive any treatment.

the senate "liberal" element, and THE first measure ,In United States

MUSSOLINI of Italy has 'provisions were Inserted to ,add $220- to limit a crop was sent
PREMIER to the White House for approval after Qr stedVheatgrass Gets
to the ,
ideas of the way to restore 0001000 yield provided by the ;
house. Also the senate the house ,agreed to the senate altera Good Start Lasts'
prosperity, and they are utterly at inserted the Longer
tions In the Ban-head compulsory l cot-
provision for publicity of all incometax ,
variance with those of President One reason why forage specialistsof
: ton control bill. Final action by the
Roosevelt. By his direction the council returnshich has been proposed I. 'the, United States ,Department of
senate was taken after the bill had
of ministers issued a series of decree many times but! usually knocked out Agriculture' are enthusiastic over the
been attacked earnestly by Senator 1
laws designed ,to make the cost before final enactment. : merits of crested wheatgrass for plantIng -
Bailey of Texas and other southern
of living commensurate with the pur- the drier lands taken out of wheat
ers. Most radical so far'of the New rmLI KUlAr
chasing power of the lira. SO FAR as the Democrats go, the Deal measures, the bill restricts 'the production this year is' the, fact that '

-7 The Italian lira now stands at 3 to 1 Wirt affair is ended, the Demo South this grass is able to grow, ,at lower
output 'of cotton this year to ;:";; '.:: '." J :<:::' L.lr..L'I
in purchasing power with reference to cratic majority 'of the committee of in- ..10,000,000'bales by placing a tax of 50 temperature' than-most grasses. Be-

pre-war values, II Duce declared. The vestigation deciding to report to congress per/cent npon all cotton ginned In excess cause of this, crested ,wheatgrass getsan f| STOCK and POULTRY

cost of living on the other hand Is ) that the Gary of that figure.CONDEMNATION. early:: start In the spring and is Medicines are Reliable

4 to 1 with reference to pre-war prices. nh educator's 'charges ofa one of the last grasses to become dor- I

The two will be equalized, Mussolini red plot to overthrow and seizure of pri- mant in the fall.A T Blackman's Medicated Lick-

,' and his ministers declared, and here 'gAM0.p461 the governmentare propei the interest of theadministration's stockman who has a pasture of A-Brik itOLD '

> is what they did :' unfounded. Mc- crested wheatgrass, Is fairly' sure to
Blackman's Stock Powder
great housing program o
Slashed the pay of members of the have for stock weekor
Gugin and Lehlbach, in Ga. good grazing a '
I has been begun Atlanta O Blackman's Cow Tonico
government 20 per cent. the Republican mem- Public 10 days ,earlier than he otherwise
Secretary Ickes, acting as
Blackman's CharMedSalfor
Cut the pay of state and public employees bers of the committee, would, and he may be able to stretch
Works administrator, asked 'Attorney ( Hog)
on a scale ranging from 6 to f formulated a minority General Cummings to file condemnation the grazing season again In the fall. O Blackman's Poultry Tablets

12 per cent.Siashed report expressing their The advantages of deferred grazingto
of
proceedings against 134 parcels o Blackman's Poultry Powder
various supplements and opinion that the Inquiry -' Federal allow pastures and ranges to recuperate -
land there In the name of the
is
indemnities granted state employeesand after intensive be Highest Quality Lowest Price
::..:. should be broadened Emergency Housing ,corporation. In use are
others from 10 to 50 per cent. In scope. Mc- coming better known. Crested wheat- Satisfaction Guaranteed or
addition to these parcels the -
government
MIss. Kneeland
Ordered every landlord in Italy to Gugin asserts there Is adds of
grass a new advantage a back.
Is 70,000 your money
buying outright square
reduce rents by 12 per cent In cases plenty of evidence from of cattle
many sourcesto longer season keeping on
of feet of land to complete, what is needed BUY FROM YOUR DEALER
individuals and societies, and 15
that certain
prove members of the for for grass. Crested wheatgrass Is also dis-
a $2.000,000 housing plan
per cent in case of businesses and brain resistant and will
trust are seeking to overthrowthe tinctively drought
negroes.It BLACKMAN STOCK( MEDICINE CO.
,
shops. established social order of the endure extreme cold.Plumpness .
was indicated that similar actionin Chattanooga, Tenn.
Reduced prices In co-operative
t United States. Representative Hamilton -
connection with housing plans will
, stores and military co-operatives by Fish of New York told a gather- '
!
' : be taken In Chicago and other, cities. in Oats
10 cent.NEVILLE. AGE PENSION INFORMATIONSend
per ing of Republican women that Doctor '
Condemnation proceedings are to be hull sampleof stamp.
How much there is in
Wirt fciiled to prove his case becausehis a JUDGE LEHMAN Hnmboldt, Kan.
resorted to only to expedite the program oats cannot be judged by the plump-
CHAMBERLAIN, British sources of Information were too
says Mr. Ickes, and the govern-: ness of the kernels. This was shownby
of the exchequer, in- remote, but that he, Mr. Fish, was go- ment is to fair at Rheumatism, Neuritis, Swollen Joints,
willing pay a price made the Minnesota
tests
agri-
by
\ troduced Sprains and Backache quickly relleved.SendlOc
in
parliament a prosperity Ing ,to prove it so there would be no
all times. for Rellevene. Kcliev-
sample
tural experiment station, which In generous
,: budget showing how far the country doubt about It. Regardless of patriotic ene Co., 760 Campbell A\e., Midi.
1930 '31 and '32 tested several recom-
,
,
t had
,gone' toward recovery In two motives, the Republicans In congress
( ALFALFA BILL" MURRAY mended varieties of oats to determinehull
t
(
.i". years, reducing taxes and restoring are not to abandon just yet the cam-

", the pay of government employees and paign material supplied by the Wirt governor of Oklahoma, doesn't percentages. There was very close Lost 37 Pounds I
between results from tests
the dole for the jobless. The chancellor propose to permit'resales of propertyfor agreement
case.When delinquent taxes In his state. at University 'farm and at Crookston, I
reported a surplus In the
treasury the Bulwinkle
committee
:
These sales were the average of all tests showing the With &&truschenI
i.\\ of almost $100,000,000 and held out called before it the six who were with
scheduled eleven following hull percentages: Rainbow,
in
.a; bright hopes for the future. This Wirt at the dinner in Virginia they _
counties, six othershaving 25.1 per cent ; Minrus, 2G.1 ; Gopher,
,;! prosperity of the British, however, all with '
> astonishing unanimity, denied 20.G 27 and 302. Friends Lost FatToo'
't :: already ; Iogold, Anthony,
: :, Isn't going to be of any direct benefit practically everything that Wirt J\ .
The studies were made because of ,
called them
-:%'" :=-! ',. ,' '. ,to the United States. Mr. Chamberlain said occurred that evening. Each of governor called off. The out common opinion among farmers that "I weighed 190 Ibs. when I first 1' I

,
said: started Kruschen. In 3 months I lost
them asserted that the doctor monopo- Q kl varieties with
': "Neither last year nor the year be- lized the conversation, talking mainly t his ever-ready Na- plump-appearing grains, 37% Ibs.. I was so proud of my results,
tional Guard, declar- such as Anthony and Gopher, have less I've told quite a few
fore did I make ,
any provision for
,
payment devaluation and that it
about gold ,
<' ing that "protectionfor hull than those like Minrus and Minota B of my over-fat friends.
1' ; on the war debt to America
nor was almost Impossible to Interrupthim. the homes of the with grains of thinner appearance. They, too, have lost a
for the receipt of war debts or reparations They verified only one statement lot." Mrs. J. S. Sonza,
: :. by ourselves and in the absence people In stressful SVaco, Texas. "
which Wirt had ascribed to Miss Hil-
} of any further development I propose Kneeland division head In times like these is a Preserving Butter in BrineA As surely, safely and
degarde a D i
:\ to' follow vital policy transcending conveniently as a half
precisely the same line this southern down In South
the home economics of the Agricul- Gov. Murray mammy teaspoonful Krus-

year." ture department. This was that she any t e m- Carolina has discovered the secret of chen Salts in a glass "
"
n' had objected to Wirt's proposal that porary loss In taxes. He ordered the keeping butter as fresh as dew for of hot water in the '
t. arrest of any county official who at- morning banishes double -
should bea six months, In and without i'ce.
negotiations the goal of the government cans
DISARMAMENT under
tempted to conduct a delinquenttaxsale. chins, fat hips, bulging stomachs
';' of conditions in the coun- She wraps rolls of butter In a muslin
present are futile, in restoration and restores slim, :youthful lines-so will

r : the official opinion, of the French gpv- try as they were in HJ_G., The counties which cloth or bag, packs them In cans, Jarsor this healthful "little daily dose" help
to
ernment, and It will,have nothing more Miss Kueeland, In acknowledging guardsmenwere crocks, and covers them with salt build up glorious health. Indigestion

'-' to do with them, returning instead to this statement as hers, elucidated at sent are scattered. In most coun- brine 'made by dissolving about ten gas, acidity, headaches, fatigue ana.
ties the military department 'consisted shortness of breath cease to annoy-
Its old plan for national security the committee members' request and of an officer and three men. Adjutant ounces of table salt In a quart of Water you'll look younger and FEEL IT-so ,

,1' founded on armaments and allies. sdid she would advocate, instead of The container Is covered and set vigorous and full of :ambition.If .

This Is the, gist of a note delivered to 192G conditions, better distribution of General Barrett said a greater number away In as cool a place as is to be one inexpensive jar (lasts 4 weeks)
was not sent.for economic reasons, but doesn't joyfully satisfy back from
the British found. money
government which isheld property, minimum wage laws, unem-
added that "more troops will be readyto any'drugstore. Make sure you get Krus-
'I 1,. to be a' death blow to any accord on ployment Insurance, mother's pensions, If cht>prescribed by many physiciansand

,; armaments. The blame for failure of government control of the stock mar- go necessary. Agricultural Hints recognized the world over as the
'
negotiations is laid by the French on ket! SAFE way to reduce.

< Chancellor Hitler and his Nazi government Chairman: Bulwinkle and some other JOHN J. ELAINE, for years, one 'of Hybrid corns are practically free of

[ : of Germany. Democrats declared Doctor Wirt had prominent political figures in barren stalks. '

The, note described the Increased laid himself open to charges of perjury Wisconsin, former governor of that GIRL, TO WOMAN

y t. German military, budget as a "men but naturally they would preferto state and also United States senator, :Mrs Hester Cason of
ace" and declared the German drop the entire affair rather thanto died of pneumonia at his home in Bos- Crop roots cannot penetrate deeply r 2429 Wolf St., Brunswick,
government into a soil said "When I was a
logged with water. Ga.,
without awaiting the resultsof prolong,it by trying to prosecute the cobel. He was one of the La Foilette : ': young girl growing, I became 1
negotiations progress, has shown doctor. group of independent Republicans and rundown but Dr. __ I
New York state plans to provide 35- Plerce's Favorite Prescription .. I
, ,its determination to continue all forms was defeated for renomination to the soon had me feeling

t' of rearmament in violation of the U NSIDERATION of air mall legislatlon senate in 1932 by John B. Chappie 000,000 trees for planting on waste %' >tine and I developed nat-

r, treaty of Versailles. C who was beaten In the election lands this urally. After I married I,
, was begun by the senate by F. year.s again! relied upon It to
"The German government Ryan Duffy. At the time of his strength dur
the note after President Roosevelt's new plan death **- keep up my

charged, "Intends to Increase Immediately had been made public. His proposal Mr. Blaine was a director of the Reconstruction Bearing apple trees in the United ing and/weary Expectancy.: would I feel became*> weak.nervous Three irritable bottles

on a formidable scale not only I was that contracts to carry the air Finance corporation. States were" about one-fourth fewer In of tho Prescription wu all I,had: to take.1 1

O by Western))Newspaper Union. number In 1930 than In 1920. New, size. tablets 50 ctj., liquid $1.00.

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By Frances Keyes I ,

I SAYS POULTRYMANLong Nature's Way ;

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'' r Frances Parkinson Keyes WNTJ Service. skin beauty-a that has been tested
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I oed at iiljjht pressing net nand Mrs\ Conrad receiving today7"they I and freshen your comgA" : A.plCXlOn M;'\"
remove all ,
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Prof J. C. Graham'Poultry Department .
against her throbbing temples, as 11 asked simultaneously In shrill, Massachusetts State College. of blackheads, freckles, :: ."... ,
. .:; 1 At a dance, II visitor in .the community, by this pressure shr could push back high voices. And as they did so, they WNU Service. coarseness in ten days or j V:
:,' Neal Conrad young lawyer, is impressed by the pressing duties which drove her each extended three cards two little Poultrymon need a change of styleIn less. Just apply Nadinola j, : ':
Anne Chamberlain, pretty daughter of a shift forward She was tired all. the time ones and one large one. neatly folded breeding objectives. The model hen Bleaching Cream at bedtime ,-.t.l!
less farmer, perceiving g her fine character A tired as she had not been since th I! Into triangles at the upper right hand should be long lived as well as a good tonight. No massaging j. :{'
few him and his :
days latrr she accompanies no rubbing. Nadinola j .Yo
, hostess Mrs Griffin, on a picnic. At the end days when Nancy was a delicate bah I corner. layer. speeds Nature purging :t:>:!v. z J"%
:'.' of the day Neal declares his love. At Washington and Junior an exacting three-year-ol' i Mechanically. Anne reached behind The first breeding of chickens was away tan and'freckles, ';;'o//> ;
.
: : on their honeymoon, the Conrads meet for fighting purposes.. One of the an- ... /.
and she had been obliged at do .
the :
her for the silver card tray that reposed blackheads, muddy sal >:;
Clarence of
Hathaway, friend Ncal's. '
youngdiplomat ,
cestors of the Rhode Island Ued, the : /
tor's orders to Dora and low color.You day-by-
seat see
engage it
;. The young couple start housekeeping on the hall table and set down
r Anne's health begins to fail. Neal, engrossed doing all her own work She, was continually again the cards fluttering over the most popular breed in Massachusetts, day improvement until your skin is all
': "' in politic.. becomes eglectful of her hurried and hurried ; her drat was the Malay Red game bird. Birds you long for;creamy-white,satin-smooth, ;
edge, before she answered. Then. In
happiness. Their son Is born. In the ensuing i bred for the fighting pit naturally were lovely. Get a large box of NADINOLA
threatened annihilateher
weariness to
eight years Neal law practice and his post. Ing spite' of her bewilderment she spoke only 50c. No long waiting,no disappointments I
birds. From fighting
rugged, strong
tion in politics both mount. A daughter has For. as. she soon discovered tin cordially. ; money-back guarantee.
been born to Anne but her beauty is fading demands made upon her time am' qualities, some of the poultry breeders
Clarence Hathaway visits the Conrads. He re strength by her home and family were I "Won't you come In? I'm Mrs. Conrad turned to size as the aim of their
- preaches Neal) for Anne to find
allowing "stag. I think you'll these
nate," and suggests Neal and Anne take a as nothing compared to the outside demands I chairs here by the fire, comfortable." breeding work. WHSPfflD
holiday, with him. in France In Paris Anneu : made upon her in her official Later, show tYl? rand color were .
"rejuvenated," physically and sartorially! position as a senator's wife. I "Oh. thank youVe didn't know given the greatest prominence. by lead- Great Complexion
'1'J.. Hathaway long'secretly enamored, endeavors I. s whether you'd have begun your Thurs- Ing breeders. Many 'new breeds and ., Secret!
d. : '
} y.: \ to win her from Neal. without success. The
.
'f'' .. :' governor of his state offers Neal the appoint. Anne had settled herself with ai days yet or not It's so early In the sea. varIeties were developed'In America her friend she con

t' r:. ment of senator in the United State senate. overflowing mending basket before .th. son. And It's early In the afternoon. during the period from 1S70 to 1910: .., '.' ;:,." '.: ., fcssedthesccretof her
,,', ., ,.1. flawless clear white skin.
ot know that. But
course we
/ living room fire one rainy afternooi too. per- Since that time the trend has been : .'' _, Long ago she learned
t1i haps you weren't quite ready to begin toward higher production with :. .. ., ;'1 ': that no cosmetic would
CHAPTER IX-Continued comfortably conscious that she had n' egg : ":' : hide blotches.pimplcsor
"
V -20- hour or more to herself before it wool receiving. Mrs Conrad? You must excuse some attention given to increasing the ,.,:. : i< sallowness. She found
us. but we've been anxious to \: <} the secret of real complexion
At the' hands of the newspapers she be time to go for Neal-though aft' size of eggs. The efforts of breedersto beauty in NRr'7"
..: ". meet the new senators wife. I'm Mrs. increase production have progressedto .\.\, : TabletsNature'sRcmM.l .
.; fared even worse. The society"edItors.. that there would still be supper to ge- : j
and this is friend Mrs. .l:, :: Yxa OOy).They cleansed and j
t.'l;;::::' like the photographers, had telephoned for this'was Dora's day out. She hn Roper my the extent that In many of the bet cleared the eliminative tract-corrected slug-
",-;(d..: : her; like the photographers she had on a rather shabby little serge hou-- Hanger. We always make our calls ter poultry flocks;: no birds are used as gish bowel action-drove out the poisonous
She felt better, full of ,tingling
too.
together we're such friends"Anne's wastes. pep
\ put them off. She could not hear the dress, because she found It easier will breeders unless they have produced at with vitality. Try this mild, safe,dependable
' ; thoughts of giving interviews. But running the car so much to slip a bit head was whirling. Her least 200 eggs during their pullet year. all-vegetable corrective tonight. See your com-

.' Miss Sharp of the Evening Inquirer coat ovpr such a dress. than to kpo- j' Thursdays? Mrs. Roper and Mrs Accompanying this increase in egg eee plexion headaches improve,
decided to present herself at the new Ranger? She groped towards a light production there' has been an alarming dullness vanish eAt (
tl which she could not find and her all druggists 51 k ,i; '
senator's residence and take her ,- increase in the mortality of pullets -only 25c.

:. 1 chances on being rebuffed even though visitors were instantly aware of the during the laying year. In the state Quick relief for acid indigestion -
;y:". ', she went without an appointment. fact. college flock, records during the past I'TU MS" heartburn. Only IQc.MBN..W4DRIEN .

.: Her ring 'at the doorbell remained un- i "Of course you knew, Mrs. Conrad, laying season indicate that more than I

.' answered ; and she turned for help to 1 that senator's wives receive on Thursdays SO per. cent of the deaths were causedby -

" a young woman, her head enveloped In J I : ? The Supreme court ladies on some body weakness, rather than !

a mobcap, who was vigorously wash y N ( Mondays the congressional ladies on by infectious diseases. Carefully kept
; ing windows. Tuesdajs the cabinet' ladies on Wednesdays records In laying contests and at oth- Bring Back That Satisfied

.' "Can you ,tell me whether Mrs. Con- ,i the senatorial ladies on Thurs. er agricultural colleges show the same .
'
' '' rad Is at home?" she asked. days the diplomatic ladies on Friday general situation. SA1BLE OF YOUTH

; The window-washer wrung out her -that leaves Saturdays and Sundays The emphasis on show type and on @

f cloth from the pail of steaming suds for the resident society the cave-dwell high production over a period of years, '

'+ : : by her side, and turned her head half ers. you know But of course I don't .to the neglect of vitality and energy, Tired? No pep? Listless after
way around. fiq'Tjr need to tell you all this I How are you has resulted a gradual decline In the the work day? Feel yourself,'
v "I am Mrs. Conrad." she replied 1 I getting on with your own visits?" durability of the average highly bred slipping losing your attraction '

'. calmly, and went on washing'win.. "My own visits?" gasped 1 Anne, poultry flock. The modern ,hen d esn't to' the other sex? Then-

;:' dons. thinking of the windows she had have the constitution to stand the 'try MAREVETA. '

.v'I j I Miss Sharp fled ; but as she fled, she washed and the floors} she had scrubbedand strain of her own high: production.The The unique potency of "ElCobo" i
thought, and thought rapidly. Before all the other pushing dally 'duties poultrymarf must correct this the great Bahama Conch r'/'
has been Known to natives of
;c" the sun had gone down. Anne had been which made her press her hands condition'' by locating the long lived the South Seas and the West

surreptitiously photographed In the act against her temples at night they barn families of hens in his flock, and using Indies for centuries. Now, for
'+ of washing her last window ; and the ed her so Visits Indeed I birds from those families as breedersand the first time, Science has con-

following evening this distorted likeness "01 course you've called' promptlyon the foundation stock for his future centrated the powerful virtuesof

of herself together with the heavy I all your superiors In rank-It's so flocks. this food-tonicand_ gives it

headline "Senator's Wife Acts as Own .. .. Important to do that at once. It to )'ou'in MAREVETA laden'
Scrubwoman" surmounted two columns I 1- ,I creates quite a wrong Impression (If with vitamins, protein, calcium,
"Can, You Tell Me Whether Mrs Chick Brooding in Tents
more conspicuous for their imagination you don't. Well next week we shall phosphorus, iodine, sulphur and'
"
,: ? than their accuracy, on the Conrad Is at Home? expect-to see you dear Mrs. Conrad.We Costs Less Than Houses other minerals and essences val.

;: : front page of the Inquirer. This was changing all the time to her smart always receive together we're Chicks can be brooded successfully vital uable forces.in the conservation of

t4r'': such good "copy" that It was. of Parisian tailleur. She knew of course 'such friends. Of course you've heard' : In tents Instead of brooder houses in ORDER YOURS TODAYSend

,.:;..t7 course, copied-from one end 'of the she knew, that she ought to put on how Intimate we are." regions where the rainfall Is light and postoffiee money order for fl for
United States to the other. Reporters something more suitable for afternoon. They rose, shook hands and hurried early spring temperatures are above each bottle, with your name and addrem
were sent to Hamstead and to Hins- but It hardly seemed worth while, when with staccato exclamations about the Ion separate sheet of paper, enclosing
I away freezing, according to United it/us adiertiscment.
bO'ro, to dig up forgotten or unknown she must go out again so soon In that ten more calls to make. The front States Department of Agriculture. In

facts or fancies about the new sen driving rain. Her shoes too she real door closed behind them but Anne experiments conducted at the depart- MAREVETA }

,"., ator's wife. Photographs of "Pupper ized, glancing down at them; were getting could hear them talking as they went ment's poultry experiment station, &ABORATORSES INC.

',. and Mummer" with Sol and Sam on shabby with all this driving She down the steps. Glendale, Ariz., there was somewhat: ,

'':-'. ... the front porch between them adorned mustn't let herself get careless get I. "My dear did you ever? .1 I do believe less mortality in the chicks that were Miami, FlorIdaMertoljzedWax
;' the Sunday supplements. Anne was shoddy again, after all"she had learned all those stories about the cow brooded In tents than In similar groupsin
:,\ delineated bending over the washtub In Paris. But-oh. well-she pickedup and the washtub and everything are regular brooder houses.In i

.;, ::7; and milking the family cow. Had Neal her fourth sock. .true, don't you? No tea and no one to most cases the'tents required less
t been a candidate for the Presidency no The doorbell rang. She went to the open the door and those shabby heat for brooding being warmer dur- 1

'," sort of publicity could have been more front door and flung it. open. clothes what did she do In Paris do ing the. day though colder at night. fl

.,.::., helpful' ; since he was instead ,an appointee Two very elegant ladies confronted you suppose go to art-galleries And The tests were of 56 days' durationand I
;- to the senate none could have her. They had on dark velvet dresses, It's evident she doesn't know a the brooders were heated by elec

;" >. been more disastrous. rich furs and white gloves and their thing about what's expected ot her. tricity. 'The estimated annual cost of ,,1,1I'

...'. By the time the nine days' excite- satin slippers were smooth and nar Oh Madame Cstavl, are you coming to the tents and equipment Including de- t s'I;

; ment had subsided somewhat the row. Behind them, at the curb, stooda call on Mrs. Conrad, too? Yes, we've preciation and interest on investment, ... .
.' housecleaning was finished groceries shiny limousine with a man In liveryat lust been. Yes. she's In." was less than half that for the brooder :.. .t "'t. .j'{
.. and coal had been Installed and Anne the wheel. .(TO BE CONTINUED) houses. '
\\ t. 1
:
had gone to Hinsboro to help Dora ;A..::' f fJ.

finish closing the house there, and "' pT P Pft ( eps Ski Young :E'
Dressed
DucklingsIn
bring the maid and the children back !
with her to Washington. English Bird Observer Refutes Idea order to have dressed ducklings ftlercohzcd Absorb blemishes Wax daily and as discolorations directed. Invisible rising -,

7J Then Anne's daily round of, work to the best advantage end also particles of aged skin are freed and all I
appear -.I
, That Females Have No Voice defects such as blackheads,tan, freckles and
began. After an early breakfast, she Singing to Insure their keeping qualities as large pores disappear. Skin is then beauti ";!
walked over to the It is Important that fully clear, velvety and so soft-face looks :
garage-the nearest I long as possible, years jounger. Mercolized: Wax brings out
' one they had been ible to find was I A writer for the London Observer law; and few If any .are wholly artl they should have no feed In.-their your hidden beauty.At all leading druggists. t
several blocks away-and got the car, rcates that be has taken a great deal culate; but nearly all sing badly. crops when they are' killed. This I Powdered Saxolit iI

while Neal read the morning paper, I of pleasure In keeping watch en a pair The hatching of three young swallows means that If they are to be I killed In I ply Reduces dissolve wrinkles one ounce and other Saxolite age-signs.in haUt SimI II 1 i
for It was. of course important that of swallows building a nest. was observed to work considerable the morning which Is the'usual prac witch hazel: and mo! daily aa faco lotion f

,',. he should keep himself thoroughly InI He was especially attracted to the change In the cock "He sang no tice on commercial duck farms, the I
formed about current events. By the musical qualities of the cock swal more lyric songs, for the reason that ducklings should be fed for the last 1 i

time she had taken the children to low's song and Is of the opinion that he threw nimselt Into the work of time the previous night. If, however, SNAP OUT OF IT !
; school he was, however, ready to have the beauty and variety of his notes feeding the family ; but he was still they are to be killed in the afternoons,
I her take him to the seriate office have not received proper recognition. much the more vocal of the two and they can be fed lightly, in the morning. r I1 ll 1i

building; and after she had left him The male of the pair' of swallows de when be brought food. always before .'The regulations regarding all dressed
: there she did the marketing, for the scribed by this writer "often perched giving It sounded a sweet and 'gentle poultry for the market state that they i

",, "cash and carry" stores were much on the tine of a red deer's antler hung note or two. the relic of the love sons shall have been starved for sufficient
a cheaper than the ones that "deliv. length of time before being killed to I
?:, a yard or two from the nest and sang subdued to solicitors fatherhood DON'r let constipation get a pe,
, 'r;: ered." Back at the little yellow brick songs as continuously and only less empty crops and Intestines, during WRITE FOR arip on jou. GARFIELD I
.:> l f house, the chamherwork awaited her. varied than the lark's." which time they should have access to FREE TEA laxative gives cleansing you the prompt that,helps thorough get i
-
::'.:'.;", for Dora had agreed to take care of softer Harrison's Inauguration clean drInking'water.lIontr'eal Her rid ol constipating wastes. Snap
;( ::: I the furnace If Anne would do this. In "His better songs and notes Nathan Sargent one of the earliest ald. SAMPLE out o(that chronic pepless feeling! I'
for the minutes GARARFI GARFIELD TEA treatment I
reserved when the
: were the Washington co.Begin
QO time, the hands of the clock were of correspondents. TEA tonight. (Plain-or in ;
,A-/ pointing to the hour at which she must she was at the nest the writer says who wrote under the name of "Jona New Brooklyn York, tea bagt-atyoar drag ton) I+

{:.::::,,' go and get the children ; steer them "He enjoyed, indeed an 'ecstasy or than Oldstyle." says that General' Harrison Feeding ChicksWhen
: through their luncheon, plan for their delight In the presence of his mate preferred riding on horseback, feeding chicks, allow enough

:.'.'. \,-.' afternoon outing. Then there were and the rising of the walls of the In his Presidential procession and room for each bird.This fact Is imperative A Laxative Drink
Splendid
... the simple home lessons with which home. There was no question about "that. too. without an overcoat 01 for, If it Is neglected many
-'f, they needed help, preparation for Sun that ; and though he gave little help gloves! although\ the weather was. excessively bad practices may result. The feed ,
day school on Saturday night. dancing the work marched better for the disagreeable. a sharp cold should be placed in no-waste hoppersor
school to dress them for and take band." northeast wind prevailing\ the whole In troughs on wire feeding platforms.One SKIN IRRITATIONSItching

them to Saturday morning. There was The hen, the writer noted, occasionally day." In delivering his Inaugural ad- Inch of hopper space should be of eczema, ringworm, chafing;
I! supper to get for all of them on Dora's would. reply to her mate In "cu dress, General Harrison "stood bareheaded allowed for each chick and If this pimples,minor burns,etc.,quickly i
./ night out;: a hearty supper for Neal I riously gruff and uncomely notes." "It without overcoat, with bare method Is followed there will be sufficient
: had quickly fallen Into the way of Is a mistake." he said, "and a common hands, facing the keen northeaster a room for half the chicks to eat
taking a very light lunch, and came mistake to suppose that hen birds full hour and B' half everyone but at one time. Three 'or four drinking Resmol
, home hungry. do not sing. The bullfinch, for Instance himself suffering from exposure to thplerelnK fountains should be placed around the E

::1 Anne found herself standing beside is' a notable exception to .the alleged /!: blasu. stove to prevent crowding.

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PAGE FOUR TIm CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY MAY 4, 15)31

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The Clewiston News I I and has given his reasons, which are I,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:::..:..:..:..:..: ;:; ;:;.; : LaBelle Political' -- Announcements

not at all foolish ones.

I In Los Angeles, points out Mr.
Published every Fridayin: Clewiston,I Lehman, there have been five distinct RAMBLING3. FOR REPRESENTATIVE
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, News Items
booms in thirty-five years-an

Inc. I average of one each seven years. It's ........................................................................................................ To I the hereby citizens announce of Hendry myself County as : a
been nine years since ours was at Its
Keathley Bowden, Editor HARD SURFACING DONE TOFELDA candidate for representative from '.
height, so perhaps we are due for Signs of the Season: ,
OX STATE HOAD 161 j Hend? county in the 1935 Legislature ? :
another. During the depression, val- Ho Hum! I subject to the Democratic Pri- j
Entered as second class mail mat- back low
ues haven't slipped as as
Spring fever. According to the promise of the 1 mary June 5th.I .
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post .
they were before the boom, so may- believe this county needs a representative -
Office in Clewiston; Florida, under hap something was gained after all. Red blooming air plants in the i iI State Road Department at their recent who will be active, progressive -

the Act of March 3, 1897. woods. I meeting, work on 164 from La- I
Real estate values are on the up- i; and always on the alert toi
Fishing poles so patiently held in Belle to the county line has gone on
turn, so that whatever property you I ; care i for all legislative matters affecting -
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. have managed to bang onto duringthe streams alongside the road. i steadily and this week the hard sur- the county or its people; as .

Advertising rates on application. boom and the depression which Buds of white and yellow lilies facing was finished past the churchat I well as one; who will work for the

that will soon adorn the canals. Felda. No paving has been done betterment of the state as a whole..
followed it, is worth more now thanit
Devoted to the advancement and Dainty orchid blooms on the pesky : since the first mile ws finished as I Ilf elected, I promise my best energy
was before the boom.
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry all water hyacinth. I a CWA project in February. I and ability for all of Hondry county.
So remember those promisesyou
Your vote and will be
support appre-
County. .
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Picnic parties.
have made yourself and get. CLASS OF '33 HOLDS REUNION elated
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I "Play Ball". :
ready. Don't put all you eggs in one ( CHARLIE LOVVORN

Police Hot on Dillinger Trail. Yes, basket, get some cash from every I Junior-Senior Sunburned noses.banquets.. I Fourteen of the 15 members of the I! (Paid Political Advertisement)

you'd be sweating, too, if you were transaction, save something worth- LaBelle High School class of 1932
the police.A while from the whole, keep It free Approaching exams. were expected to be present at a reunion FOR SHOOT HOARD MEMHEIl
and clear and remember that the depression -I Vacation plans i held at the E. D. Newcoinbj j

boy is at the awkward age, says I 1 I is sure to follow the boom: I The 17 weddings performed last home Friday night. The only mem-r I have announced my candidacyfor
when he's week by the Glades county judge at
the Leesburg Commercial,
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I who it was expected would be school board member of Hendry
too old to cry and too young to cust. f Moore Haven. .
1 FAST absent was Miss Evelyn Burhans who county M. E. VON MACH.
The poems bursting forth in :Mrs.: i
is a freshman at John B. Stetson' (Paid Political Advertisement)
The main difference Is-a man will WORKER: t( Wallace's Kollum. j .
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pay $2 for a $1 article that he wants An so on, and so on. I I FOR REPRESENTATIVE -
Editors often have a hard time '
and a women will pay $1 for a $2 ) QUEEX ESTIIEIl CLASS GIVESMOTHER'S .

article that she doesn't want.-Ex- keeping abreast of the news, but it Notable visitors in Clewiston this I DAY PROGRAMMiss I hereby announce myself as a

change. seldom happens that a wedding gives week: i candidate for State Representative

Circuit Judge George Whitehurst of i 1 from Hendry county, subject to the
them trouble. Weddings generally go Edna Dreyer and Mrs. Julia
Bathing suits are to be more mod- Fort Myers. I II will erf the voters in the June primary -
scheduled Pfaff were hostesses to the Queen
off much as they are I
est in"34 than in '33, stylists declare.At pretty Walter G. Gall state road department I 1934.
but there's always the exception that in Esther Class Thursday afternoon. A I Experience is valuable, and if I
last the extreme was reached, i I member, who home is Zeph-
rule. A neighboring daily large number of members were present -
proves the am elected to this important officeI
huh? We'd been wondering where it I yrhills.
was. II ran, Into such a situation last week. I Eugene S. Matthews, of Starke, to enjoy the special Mother's Day will be able to ucc to a great ad-

I One day the paper, at the request of a member of railroad commission and program prepared by the program vantage the experience I gained as ?'
couple announced the couple's I chairman, Mrs. E. E. Edwards. i your representative in the 1931 ses'f
young candidate for re-election. Also
owner -
The Orange County grand jury is
the father of R I sion of the Legislature, when the
searching for a brain-not unusual engagement. Next day, and former editor of the Starke questions of gasoline tax division,
denied the announcement.That SANDERS-GARDNER
the boy,
but this particular brain happens to I Telegraph. I race track tax division, and other
be that of a dead man, the circumstances night the girl telephoned and F. A. Dougherty, tax collector, and anders I equally Important questions came
Miss Lucinda and Willie
of whose death are under"inve.tigation. announced that the engagement was his charming 3-year old daughter, before the Legislature. ,
off. And the next night the man, mar- Gardner of Sears were married by
Frances of LaBelle., I believe that .the next session i
I ried some other girl-and air on a W. T. Wallis, of West Palm Beach, Judge H. A. Rider Saturday after- I will 'be the most important in the '
vacation. Clewiston noon. The groom is employed at of
two weeks' history Florida, as there is bound
The annual news releases of chairman of the Florida Safety
the Sears sawmill. to be legislation concerning Fin-
'Christmas, Florida," may be a thingof News.If I League and candidate for legislator I
he'd had month's vacation he ance, Taxation, Bond Settlements
the past, the post office at Christ- a I j from Palm Beach county. I' Mrs' J. C. Johnson and son J. C. and School Relief. I feel qualifiedto
into
have
being scheduled to be withdrawnon would probably gotten some : Arthur Gomez, state senator and I
mas trouble.-Wauchula Advocate. i and Mrs. Horn who have been visiting serve you in such matters, and
May 15. Residents have protestedto serious candidate for re-election, from Key their mother Mrs. U. Ayres left will appreciate your vote and influence -
-Believe it not. He has already I
the president, however and for or I West. I Monday for their homes in Kansas throughout the campaign.

sentimental reasons it may be con- filed suit for divorce. What a Man j J. A. Franklin, Fort Myers attorney City and Joplin, Mo. They were accompanied -'I ELBERT L. STEWART.Paid .

tinued. \ I now candidate for state senate. by Mrs Frank Magill who ( Political Advertisement)

SHALL AVE Major B. C. Dunn, of Jacksonville, will spend the summer with her <

Fort Myers should be more careful TRY THIS? district engineer for the Florida dis- mother at Webb City, Mo J* M. GO USE!

-It appears that John Dillingerand trict U. S. Engineers, accompanied by I

a bodyguard spent 7 days: at the his wife and father. Counselor and Attorney at Law
The editor in one of our towns PARTY SEEKS TRACE OF
beach there following the sensational Jim Clements, a Fort Myers legal Hopkins Building
quite unintentionally hit a novel EXPLORER'S MARCH HERE
escape from the Crown Point, Indiana upon light. Wednesdays and Saturdays
scheme to increase circulation, remarks -
jail Al Capone spent several AND some uninvited guests at the I 9:30 to 4:00
the Bee Hive. He placed the Sunday morning C. J. Kirk of La-
weeks there Incognito, a couple of following paragraph on the front Clewiston Supply Company the other Belle in company with Mr. and Mrs. I ::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:N:N N-N-N N:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-::
years ago. Enough is enough, Fort I night. Cecil Parkinson and Sheriff y y
page of. his weekly anesthetic: O. M. BIggar and a Mr. Wilkinsonand
Myers. "While returning to our residence. Delaney would be glad to have their his mother of Fort Myers madea ::: New and Used :;:

and addresses.
late one night last week, we noticed : names trip to Ortona in search of certain
A vital statistics expert in Scot- : :: ::
a certain well known citizen leaving trinkets which Ferdinand DeSoto FURNITUREBELLE <
land has stated that "Some form of
the house of a socially prominentlady ... claimed to have given the Indians on '
polygamy may be necessary" due to whose husband happened to be TWIN BABIES ARRIVE his historic march through Florida
the lowering of the birth rate in 1 1 1I
out of town. He was leaving by the centuries ago. A few pieces of Ind- ; :
Scotland, and it GLADE !
"deplorable as may back door and in his hurry, did _not Mr. and Mrs. Bob Low aare an- ian pottery were the reward the party

seem public opinion may swerve to !seem: to recognize us. As the gentleman nouncing the arrival of twin babies, received for its hours of digging in :: :: ,j ;
the idea of than wife FURNITURE I
more one per is not a subscriber to the Weekly a boy and a girl, who were born the mound near the Ortona cemetery.Mr. COMPANY
Scot." Yes to the .:.
deplorable canny Banner, we earnestly request that he Tuesday, May 2nd in LaBelle. The Biggar is a student of Flor- *

support Scots, who two would families.be called upon to forward $6 at his earliest convenienceso babies are the second twins to arrive -I ida's early history and legend. One :: Belle Glade, Florida *

\ that he can keep. abreast of the in this family. In each case, particularly interesting document and

times and take advantage of the exceptional there has been a red-haired girl anda I the one responsible for this trip is :: Next Door-To Theatre *
An audit in Bay county shows it
offers made by our adver- dark haired boy. (Continued on page 8) ,
to have a shortage of $28,439, all i i S I N::N:N::N:1 N N::N:M:N:N N N N:N N;N:N:H N N:N:.
tisers.
charged to the late County Superin- ---, ---
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The next morning's mail brought
tendent C. C. Mathis, who is allegedto 37 new subscribers. ......
have converted the funds to his

own use. Seems there is something ; :: I FOR 'SALE :H

with Florida schools besides
wrong I. .'. ... .:.
"frills" in the curricula and waste- TRUCK IX CANAL; BUTDRIVER ::: 0;. ..i. .:.

"; fulness Winter in Haven conducting Chief. the sessions. -- UNINJURED :;: :S;: Attractive Clewiston Home Sm =\Ill Cash Payment '| ::

-The auditing system of the state A truck driven by A. L. Rack- :!: :;: ::&'t- .. :..: .
straw plunged through the railing ofa .. :
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was certainly much in need of an 0: .
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Point
narrow bridge near Liberty
overhauling when the present ad-
ministration on the Moore Haven road about dusk
undertook the job.-
Look what has been brought to lightin Monday evening, when the driver was
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many localities. I.blinded by lights of an approachingcar.

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SINKING I Although the truck was badly

THE HORSE damaged and l.Ir. Rackstraw thrown

+ .1 into the canal, he suffered no injuries -

Huey Long, United States Senator j from, the accident. The truckwas I

the property of the sugar com- ... I y. .
from Louisiana, warned and bewared| 7 ': ..
the nation for an hour and half'r pany and was brought in to the shops I do tI -, x i iI
a .. S
Wednesday, working up to this re- for repair. I, .::.. :.::.:. I ..::.. :.:i.: 1. ..... I
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markable peroration: .:. .-. ,
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"You can spur a horse just so long, .:. -:. .:. I
but finally the ship of state will: SCHOOL BUILDING TO 1X yIi

sink." I t RECEIYE'SIDDIER REPAIRS :;: :!: I ::: :i:

Fine work, Huey! You smelled a Ii

rat and nipped it in the bud,-Grand I The Clewiston school building will it

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Rapids Press. \,. be re-roofed and other needed repairs -

_. i made during the summer va-' :HI

IS THE NEXT cation, according to announcement of ,

BOOM DOUBTFUL? G. C. Crider district superintendentof I .L:: :: :: :;: 'i.:.

the PWA, who spent several daysIn :: :: I :: ::
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If you are one of those indivdualstheir the county this week kmaking

( name is legion) who may have plans for the work. I VY ix
been ::: ::: ::: ..
making at intervals, more or less The Clewiston building will be .. :

regular, for the past several years given a roof of 3-ply Feltex with 'I .i... .:;. 1 -.;.. ..i...i.I. .

statements "If we ever have another asphalt and slag combination. Broken -I.:: ::
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boom, I will do thus and so,,' now is windows, loosened or fallen pla-I .

the time to dig into your memory and ter or other damages that can be:I vv yI

.freshen up on all those good resolu- traced to storm damage will be re. :!: :!: ::1: :!:

tions. For Florida, so say some of the placed. The work is being done by

optimists who also have good minds:: I the Federal Relief Administration I H

;:. and a keen insight into business con School Damage Repair Fund (Storm I Pay The Balance Like RentWE n
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ditions I -.-
k' is headed for another boom. Area). I .. .1.

I is Karl Among Lehman those declaring well themselves Two other schools in the county:I:: :: HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES == =:= '
known
Chamberof will also receive new roofs and need
" Commerce executive from Orlando. I ed repairs. They are the LaBelle I I :: :: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME =: ::

f Mr. Lehman goes one better and says Elementary School and the Felda

; that the next boom will be greater Scnool. At LaBelle a galvanized I, H ewiston riome Association
r than the Building U'
last one, and that it willbeupon roofing will be used because"of the' '

: us in less than twenty-four steeply inclined roof. At Felda a .:, ..- _. ...
.. months. Mr. Lehman has made this type similar to that in Clewiston will I..;. ..;. PHONE 102 ::.,..
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statement In several speeches >lately be used. .. .:. ..


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FRIDAY, MAT 4, 1934. TIlE CLEWISTOX NEWS PAGE FIVE
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Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer returnedthe of Mrs. Wright's kindergarten class, made it a den of thieves. 1 I and sitting upon an ass." As a mark :

early part of the week from led by Mrs. Mark Lawler. And the blind and the lame came of honor the people spread branches I i

I Personal Mention Miami where she has been visitingher Talk on work of Ladies Aid by to him in the temple; and he healed and garments in the way. They

mother for two weeks. Mrs. Hugh Ingram, president of the them." waived palm branches and cried, j

Ladies Aid of the Fort Myers: Presbyterian From the books we take the following "Hosannah to the son of David."

J. V. Lofton was a week end visi- Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Pape and church. discussion of the lessons: (Continued on Page I:

tor in Miami. daughter, of LaBelle, spent the week Address on Community Churches, I I At Jericho Jesus healed: two ,blindmen 8)a

end in Clewiston as guests of Mr. by Dr. W. G. Kennedy, minister of I : and brought; : salvation to the .:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:
'r Paul Irons spent the week end vlsW. Pape's sister, Mrs. Clyde Egley. the First Presbyterian Church, Fort home of Zacchaeus. Then he continued I SU/ANNE
ITjKAUTY SHOP t
his
journey toward Jerusa-
iting in St. Petersburg. Myers.
-- J. H. Couse of West Palm Beach Visitors from Fort Myers includedDr. lem, arriving at Bethany, an east-I See Mo for Fingervvaving

.. A. W. Sias spent the week end visiting was in Clewiston Thursday supervising W. G. Kennedy, Mrs. Z. Barden, ern suburb, six days before the and )lat cuIing. 1'

) relatives in Orlando. the installation of the Kelvinatorunit Mrs. John R. West, Mrs. J. Arnold, over. On Easter evening he pass-I

in the new Ice Storage plant. Mrs. J A. Hooker Mrs. B., I. Smith, present at a supper in the (Located in Turner's BarberShop '

A. R. Droadfoot of Belle Glade was Mrs. Paul Smith, Col. ,and Mrs. Hal- Simon .the leper. ) i

in Clewiston on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith; and grim, Mrs. J.F. Glenn Mrs. Frank The triumphal entry, took place 11N1N1N/N1N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: !
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daughter Patricia Ann returned to Rehard, MT-S. Anna Bartholomew, next morning after this supper; 1

Mack Greene of Moore Haven wasa Clewiston Monday after visiting for I Mr. and Mrs Ary Folkes, Mrs. Heidt, on Sunday commonly called Palm

business visitor here Wednesday. several weeks in Jacksonville.State Mis. I. P. McSpadden, Mrs. Victor Sunday. At the :Mount of Olives, "'atchcs. Clocks, Jewelry

Clement, Miss Alnieda Clement, Mrs.J. just east of the city, Jesus secureda Rear or

George C. Hurt, of Fort Myers, Senator Arthur Gomez and W. Cole, Mrs. Jennie Johnson, Mr. colt on which he might ride. Then Clcniston Drug. Company

; was a business visitor here yesterday.Mrs. Mis. Gomez of Key West and 1\Ir'l and Mrs. Weigle?,Mrs. George Rinkel, began a royal procession intp the Jewelry, Repairing

\:,' and Mrs. Louis O. Gravely of Mrs Ward, Mrs. Hugh Ingram and city with a multitude accompanying -
Mary Hayes Davis of LaBelle visited in Clewiston Tuesday evening. children, Esther and Katherine and him. W. H. MERRITT _

' on business Wednes- He did not WATCHMAKER & JEWELER ,
\ was in Clewiston Mrs. Collins. bring a sword, but

day. M. B. Arnold, C. E. Courtney of rather was the bearer of salvation CLEWISTON FLORIDA ,

," i Miami, F. L. Floyd of Tampa and Ortona Man Discovers from sin. In him, as he rode into P. O.' Box: 521 "
." Eddie wailer spent the weekend of Jacksonville Jerusalem the "
Mrs. John E. Avery were words of the prophet
: "We Are Here To
, Stay"TUG
: visiting at her home in Lake- business visitors in Clewiston Tues Zachariah were fulfilled: "Behold,
hew FormulaFor
Flavoring
, porto! day. thy King cometh unto, thee, meek,
.1
F. A. Dougherty and daughter, Eugene S. Matthews of Starke was the past two years Howard C. BOAT FOR SALE J

Frances, of LaBelle spent Tuesday in in Clewiston Wednesday campaigningin Ketring, teacher of the Ortona school IN TWELFTH THE CIRCUIT'JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF THE OF I 38 ft. by 10 ft. 6 in. hull .

Clewiston. the interest of his candidacy for has been experimenting with a form- FLORIDA IN AND FOR HENDRY,
.... ula for imitation vanilla ,flavoringand COUNTY; IN CHANCERY.- I 24 horse power, heavy duty: '!i
... re-election to the state railroad com- W. C. Byrd, )
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Royal have mission. has finally turned out a product Complainant. I Gasoline Engine "

vacation in North which he claims is vs. ':
left for an extended as good as any ETHEL BYRD. JAMES 'O'CONNER .

Carolina. Mrs.. Fred Williamson of New one the market. Defendant. 435 Slli Street '
BILL FOR
York, a former resident of Clewiston, : While having received no special DIVORCEIt West Palm Beach \ :
appearing affidavit
by appended to
Miss Phyllis Flanders of Moore arrived here Saturday and will spend i training in chemistry or laboratory the bill of complaint In the above en-
if). the end ofF methods Mr. Ketring has been inter- titled cause that the defendant. Ethel
Haven was week guest time in Clewiston transacting ,
friends here. some business.Mr. I ested in the subject for some time, Byrd.Florida is that a non-resident her residence of ,the post-office State of A...........................................HN...aNNNNNNI. . .... ..... .

._ reading widely and experimenting as address and place of abode Is unknown
and It further appearing that there Is I
Mrs. W. C. Hooker and Mrs. R. .. and Mrs. W. C. Worth, who a hobby. The vanilla flavoring form- no person within the State of Florida

F. Maxwell were Tuesday visitors, in have been residents of Clewiston for ula which he has worked out is not the on whom service would of summons In chancery
bind the said de-
Fort Myers. the past five years left here Mon- only the result of long experimentation fendant.It Good FarmLand ;
for :West Palm Beach where they is thereupon ordered that the defendant -
day
-- and study but has been tried in Ethel Byrd be and appear to
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Peden of Still- will reside in the future. the Ketring home for some time. the bill of complaint filed In said f
cause on or before Monday, June 4. I
water, Okla., were visitors in Clew- Different from most flavoring ex- A. D. 1934; otherwise the allegations of j'
/ iston this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cogbill and Mrs.R. tract of its kind on the market, Mr. the said bill will be taken as confessedby

;, ,,. TMr I L. ,Bunyard and daughter o'fVest Ketring's vanilla has no alcoholic It her.Is further ordered that this noticebe
','1.\ and Mrs C. F. Goodman spent Palm Beach spent Sunday here visiting content but due to a certain little published once a week for four (4) for Rent k
(Consecutive weeks In the Clewiston
" ,: the week end visiting friends and Mrs. E. D. Bennett. The party known ingredient actually improveswith News, a newspaper published In said

,. .relatives in Miami. left Monday for Quincy. age according to Mr. Ketring. County and State.
Done and ordered at LaBelle Florida,
I
': Besides the vanilla formula Mr. this second day of May A. D. ''1934. i

. Hurd L. Reeves of LaBelle, tax as- Emerson Davis, manager of the Ketring has worked: out recipes for (CLERK'S SEAL)

.', sessor of Hendry county, :was in Clew- Belle Glade branch of the NRS, and I lemon extract, salad dressing and a Clerk WILLIAM of Circuit. T. HULL Court. -4 II

iston on business Saturday. Robert Bennett of Newark, N. J., arrived skin bleach for the removal of tan Louis O Gravely, 1

i here this week to reside., Mr. I i j'I and freckles and is experimenting Solicitor for Complainant.
No. C24 May 4, 11, 18 25; June 1.
James McCart of Mile, City Montana Bennett will be connected with theE. I with Several other compounds. Mr. '

arrived here this week and will H. Latham Company.W. Ketring states that provided a mar Trespassers

.. make his home in Clewiston. ket can be worked up he intends to NOTICE Will Be
T. Wallis Jr., of West Palm
-- develop his hobby into a small industry ''
C. L. Dangerfield of Citrus Centerwas Beach, was in Clewiston Friday on a Notice Is hereby given that an Prosecuted
election will be held at the usual
in Clewiston transacting business trip to all communities of the Lake i
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voting place in Special School Tax
'[\ the first of the week. region, conferring with local chair-
District Number seven Hendry
men of the Florida Safety League. unb cbool1Lesson I
County Florida, on Tuesday the
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Mrs. H. R. Hall and Mr. and Mrs. ,
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Mr. Wallis is chairman of the league.W.
8th day of May A. D. 1934for the ....
C. W. MacDonald
visitors
were Tuesday -
,,1 purpose of .electing three Special II I
, in West Palm Beach. L. Wilson of Jacksonville, Red I School Tax Trustees and for the I

Cross official and W. T. Wallis of purpose of determining the amount I

.. Jim C. Clements, prominent Fort West, Palm 'Beach, chairman of the of ,millage to be assessed in said The I =
Myers attorney, was transacting,legal Florida Safety League were visitorsin For May 6, 1934. Special Tax district for the next two Ii r

l; business in Clewiston \Wednesday.Mrs. Clewiston Friday interviewing local (Compile, by Moore HaeiiReligiousLiterary -. years. i I11:

Red Cross officials, and R. Y. Society.) DREW HAMPTON, ClewistonCompany "
R. M. Hare, Miss Evelyn Hare Chairman Board of Public
Patterson, local chairman of the
E. V. MacClellan and Bobby Hare I Instruction Hendry County I
League. Subject: Jesus Acclaimed asKmg.
Spent Wednesday in West Palm Florida. I
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Beach. Ii I
Mrs. M. E. Von Mach has receiveda Golden Text: "Wherefore God also 'L. STALLINGS, {i I
' message that Judge and Mrs. JohnJ. hath highly exalted Him, and g1v-
B. O. Bowden, of Clearwater, ar- Supt. Public Instruction.No. .
Maher of Detroit, who were recent en him a name which is above ev-
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rived-Wednesday for a few days visit 21-Apr. May 1'r
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son, Keathley Bowden and
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';, after their* arrival home from an Monday of Christ's, last week on '
. Walter R. Gall of Zephyrhills, extended tour of Florida and Southern earth at Jerusalem.The .
' ; To the Voters of Hendry County
member of the state road department -
I states. Mrs. Maher is a sisterof printed lesson is,-"Anc 1 _
was a business visitor in Clewiston B
Mrs. Von Mach and many' friends when they drew nigh unto Jerusalem f
:, Saturday.Mrs. M AND THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT: $
;:, whom the visitors met while' here and were come to Bethphage,

,- will regfet to learn of their misfor- unto the mount of Olives, then sent
(_ W. T. Russ and children of es for Re-election as
tune. Jesus two disciples, saying unto I am a Candidate
Ya
: West Palm Beach spent the week
: :' them, go into the village over a- ATTORNEY
end in Clewiston where they visited STATE R
Mr. Russ. Among out-of-town fans attendingthe gainst you, and straightway you (;'j

:'.\&, baseball game here Sunday were shall find an ass tied, and a colt If the people honor me bj re-electing me to this important office

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nail and J with her: Loose ,them, and bring .
Judge George W. Whitehurst of ; I t-halr continue to perform its duties honestly, fairly, impartially.V '
Fort Myeis was in Clewiston Satur- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ag Wood, I them unto me. If any man saith ::

day transacting business and greeting Miss Hazel McAuley, Mr. and Mrs.C. aught unto you, ye shall say The

': his many friends. H. Hawkins and children, F. A. Lord'hat l need of them; and H :-. Guy M. Strayhorn '
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Flanders and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. straightway he will send them. ,. l,! I
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and was
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,fit, the May Day celebration held on the Mrs. Lorenzo Padgett, W. W. Hooks fullfilled which was spoken by 11NININ IIN ,

1y court house! lawn in Moore Haven and daughter Betty, Miss Alma the prophet, saying, Tell ye the I

Tuesday afternoon. Crews, Miss, Virgie O'Bannon, Glen daughter of Sion, Behold, Thy King

-- Rudd, Wesley McKinnon; Warren cometh unto thee, meek, and sitting :

Mrs. Joe Shroeder and son returned Lightsey Joe Ruttlen and Blitz Weg- upon an ass, and a colt the foal of

Sunday from Stuart where they man of LaBelle and Mr. and Mrs an ass. Teachers

, have been visiting relatives for the Frank Cothern of Pahokee. And the disciples went, and did .

past three weeks. as Jesus commanded them. And '.

' FORT MYERS GUESTS ATTEXD brought the ass, and the colt, and You can I earn several I hundred dollars this
Mr. and Mrs C. F. Goodman, Mrs. LADIES AID LUNCHEON HERE put on them their clothes, and they
'." R. Whiddon and Mrs. Marrs and secure a better position and
Cooper set him thereon. And a very great summer, you can

were Wednesday visitors, in West A group of 28 visitors from the multitude spread their garments in a larger salary for the coming year. Complete information -
Palm
Beach. First Presbyterian Church in Fort the way; others cut down branches
i ___ from f will be mailed on receipt of a three ,
Myers and 41 members and visitorsof the trees, and strewed them

.;,\''-t 'R. T. Gibbens of Canal Point, spent the Clewiston Community' Church in the way. cent stamp. Send for it today.
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(: ;: the week end visiting in Clewiston as I enjoyed a covered dish luncheon I And the multitudes that went be- -
: >' the guest of Mr. given Aid at the church Rural Schools and City Schools ,
1';" and Mrs. W. P. by the Ladies fore, and that followed cried, say-
l:,;',"".' Vaughan, Jr. yesterday. ing, Hosanna to the Son of David: Summer Work and School Year Positions

;\f" :':";. Small tables were laid in the class blessed is he that cometh in the

5' ', Miss Betty Spicer, Virgil Hastings, rooms in the rear of the church aud- name of the Lord;' Hosanna in the ContinentalTeacher's S

;;:',;'.,":\ Van Bush, Ed Ward and Bobby Hare itorium, and the luncheon served highest. And when he was come ,

:;'J,',;". attended the Junior-Senior dance. in buffet style. The rooms and tables into, Jerusalem all the city was Agency Inc. I
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.r'\" ', .; Pahokee Friday evening were attractively decorated with moved, saying Who is this? and the
. -- spring flowers. multitude said, This is Jesus the 1850 Downing St., Denver, Colo. J JCo'ers
." Lieutenant Kenneth Fields returned The regular monthly meeting of I prophet of Nazareth of Galilee. the ENTIRE United States I

early this week from New York the local Ladies Aid, with Mrs. G. I And Jesus went into the temple of
where he has been visiting friendsfor C. Poole presiding, was held in the God and cast out all them that sold "Thanks for sending me so: many good positions to apply Illinois for J. i I

the past two weeks. Church auditorium following luncheon -I and bought (in the temple, and over- ':' over 30 during the first five days I was enrolled-An., ,- :'. I Ir
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O'Connerof Mrs. J. E. Beaidsley presentedthe threw the tables of the money chan- ;', teacher.' :: f
James West Palm following program: gers, and the seats of them that -- -- touch :with the
in )
.: Beacch and Fred Cochrane of Dade Vocal sol: Mr. M. Weigle, Fort sold doves, and said unto them, It SCHOOL OFFICIALS:-We can put you '
t\ is free to
service you. EY f
City were the finest teachers, pur ;
among business visitors Myers. very
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\n Clewiston Wednesday. Kindergarten songs: by members U house- of prayer; but you have IJ J

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CARS -ARE SO USEFUL
SAFEST WAY Professor Briggs was met by his
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wife at the garden gate.
"Uncle," said the penniless young "Where's the car, Septimus?". she
man to his rich relation, "I want :your asked.

advice" "Car, my dear," said the professor
"Well, what Is it?" asked the old vacantly; "did I take, it out?"
fellow realizing just what was com "
"Y ou most certainly did exclaimed
ing. N his wife. "Don't you remember
"What Is tho best way to'' approach you drove it to town."
you for a little money?" asked the returned."I .
"How ,odd !I" he blithely
youth, in a burst of confidence. remember now. I arrived In

Uncle looked very thoughtful. town, stopped the car, and got out.
"Well," he replied after a while, "if the
Then I turned round to thank
you were sensitive, I'd advise you to gentleman who gave mea lift and
make by telephone and
your request
"
wondered where he had gone to.,
ring off before you receive the answer."

Grasping the Chance
ALWAYS TALKATIVE
A countrywoman arrived at a Lon

don station, and one of the first
things she saw was a man setting off

pigeons in a race.
For some moments she stood fascinated

as the man opened the crates r i
and liberated the birds. \,. 7J
Suddenly an Idea came to her. She

" rushed up to the man.

',' "I say, mister," she said, "you
:, might give me one of these birds for

I, my little Johnny before you throw
.' them all away." If I

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No Sense of Humor

r, Weary SAlas, Dusty, what
, ." T caused the family to throw you out Ion
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;:: "Lots of things go without saying, 'I
t your ear and call the dog?
t you know.
Dusty ,Rhodes Alack, Sam, I
o "True, but scandal Isn't one of
:. them" 'scarcely know. I was to saw some
, wood In return for a pie, and when
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Still Much to Learn I asked the lady was it all right with
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her if I sawed the pie and ate the
" The ,
; young man was Interviewing FFATHERHEADS Suffering for Others?
;, the stern parent of the' only girl, In wood, all at once she seemed to get

',' the ,world.' f HOW 'PIP YOUR ,SHOW 6PFATI' WHY THE sAy-YoUR SCENE sore.

.\:' "Of course sir," he said, "my: salary fi OVER LAST N1GH1 5 DIDM'T GO OVER
" Is not colossal, but I can give her all AUDIENCE :r ST BELIEF SHATTERED
FELIX SO Bl\ < the necessities of life and some of. its ? X SAT TMERE' OTHERS
. luxuries."
OPEN-MOUTHED
; : ")I dear Mr. Softly," replied the NOTICED

':' stern parent, "you: have scarcely improved A LOT OF J
, :yourvtime in her society if

?.', you do not ,know that she considers all PEOPLEI'LL '
t.. the luxuries of life far more necessary '

than the neces ies:" i I ,, =\J Jd -... ",

[: ',: Warning- i j jI JE.$
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,':". "Here," shouted the railroad official, I '""" ,
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,,'" '' trunks about like that?" Mrs. T.-Do you believe in love at ,\l
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}.( and several passengers pinched themselves Mrs. C.-No. That's the way I got

$,; to make sure it was real. Then my husband.
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"Don't you see that you're making Running
big dents in the concrete platform?" Small Phil, who had a chest cold,

I' was being properly doctored before
tEUL YoU ABOUT THAT
Severity going to bed. His mother put her
"Why do you affect a. manner of see I FOLLOWED BILL FUST ear to Ids chest and listened for a

great seventy?" I THE AUDIENCE- STARTED TO minute. After being very quiet, he
"I need It in bi/siness answered "
my AND 300 HIM EMMlPPLg asked: :
Mr. Dustin Stax. "So, many people I Op MV ACT THEY "Am I running?" Indianapolis
come around with complaints that,It'sa News.
good idea to get 'em as much afraid STARTSO To HISS BILL rstzs -

as I can before they start in trying. : Sadly Different Meaning

to scare me." "Yes," said the gloomy man, ,"be

fore we were married she used to
Load say 'By by so sweetly when' I left
Whipper Milo ,of Crete carried an her. :Now it's 'nu '-IU.h :},' !"

ox through the marl;: t. ".\. ," said his friend, "she puts a
Snapper':"'- You ought to see what I () different spell over you."-Stray
have carried fn the way of stocks. Stories.
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What to Do? A Useful Drawback <

Doctor-Don't let your husband "She's; a plain-looking girl to have !

drink strong coffee. It excites him too got a job in such a big shop, and she

-:; much. has such a squint, too."
Wife-If his coffee is not,strong, he "Yes, but she's useful for keeping'

gets excited of his[ own accord. away shoplifters; they never know

where she's looking!"Dublin Opin ,&\
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Overlooked Himself NEVER FAILS A Protest

The Applicant-I think you w'nf find "'''hat I want," said the restless person

me .* valuable man in your business.I'm "is a six-hour day."
a vocational expert. I determine "Why, you don't do more than tw

' by scientific methods just what work ill or three hours' actual work any day.'
a man is best fitted for. 'J "That's the 'trouble. If I don't ge
The Boss-H'm. Where have you 1(0 t occupation enough to consume mor,

been employed during the last year? tk-: ), time, it'll soon begin to look as, If the;
I'J The Applicant-I've had 12 different didn't need me at all."

J jobs, sir. .
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L- ......"."'- Valuable Reminder
A Long Chance "Do you approve of radio?"

Caller Somebody pinched my wallet "- I "Yes," answered Senator Sorghum
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: Mr. I'e \\'eeIy fiancee's father with a sweepstake ticket In it. -_ "It has value as a reminder that ai
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seems to think she's marrying a fool, Police Captain-Good So if It wins Mrs. G.-After' all, Man's a poor orator can usually tell all he know;
, but he's wrong. we've got him. worm. Inside of 15 minutes." I

: :Miss Pert-Why? Are you going to :\11'. G.-That's so,; and If he doesn't
: break the ,engagement? HIPPETY-HIPPETY look out some "chicken" will get him. THE IDEA!
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Rocky 'Two Questions I
t Father (next morning: after the picnic "What do you know about money?"
)-I feel just like I had a rock in "Not much," answered; Mr. Dustin

ray stomach this morning. Stax. "I haven't 'been able to solve
Little Mary Ellen-I know the reason the two simplest questions concerning

daddy. It's because you ate that It-where It. went and where it's com
brick Ice cream. ing from." f

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At Last! ';
No James Watt
Cook-I'm leaving in exactly three ,-- '!
--I Father-Now I want to put a little 'Y I'
minutes, so give me uiy money. i, '" I"
"The Utterly-Utters are Just wild scientific question to you, my son. x, ., "
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Three minutes? Fine
Mistress""':: Put
about society, aren't they?" When the kettle bolls why does steam taste in tune : :
the eggs on to boil, and we will have
"Why, my dear, they are such climbers come out of the spout? "I hear Smith Is very extravagant*: '
them right for the first time since
>. that they have even named their Son-So' mother can open your let "He Is. Why, he had a plumbej
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you youngest daughter Ivy." ters before you get them. repair his auto."
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WOMEN IN ROLE PLEASURE OF THE PAST

F Many Perils and Thrills ,A REAL CHAMPION Under more modern living condi-

> OF STOWAWAYSImpelled tions-apartment house, flats and '.
MMNWWM -SM-WMh w MMNW+WFMS'New
such-the modern city child Is being

Faced in Postal Service I deprived of a great deal of the pleasures ":

that their fathers and mothers '
. by Wanderlust and -
enjoyed.-Editorial excerpt. z
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', I Romance.When True as a trivet. Who remembers, ,*Y
f Adventures Are Not Con- gress appointed Franklin postmaster by the way, the boys and girls who
general of the thirteen American col :. .

!: fined to Air Mail Alone. onies. "He had previously franked his /r ,, the ship's captain asks the experienced sliding down that a long supreme curving delight balus-of r"

letters 'Free. B. Franklin,' but now stowaway, "What's the big idea?" he trade-Detroit News.
Washington. vivid picture of the this to 'B. Free :
' he changed' Franklin. usually gets ,a story In reply.
dangers and thrills of flying the air "Through the years 'followIng the Women,. as well as men, are some- Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets the
mail has been Impressed upon the Revolution the history of the Post times found as stowaways. One of inal little liver pills put up 60 are years orig.ago.

American public during the past followed closely the history of the the strangest and most romantic They' regulate liver and bowels.-Adr. :,

month. This picture is only one of a pioneers. Less than 100 years ago y cases came to light when the famous

'. long series illustrating the history of there: was still no overland mail to windjammer, the Herzogin Cecilie, Famous Street '

the postal service. California. The Mormons in Utah under Captain DeCloux, won 14,000 New York's famous Broadway Is

. "The winter struggle against storm had a messenger system of their own, ( ; miles sailing match against the approximately 15% miles long. }.+.

and ice, driving snow and sub-zero and there were a few 'post offices' $ Beatrice from Australia to England.A .

4 weather is shared alike by the mail like the one at Ash Creek, Neb. This
r:; ;: pilot aloft, the Alaskan musher with was a trapper's cabin where letters young Adelaide music teacher,

";; ;.:: his plodding dog team, and countless were left to be carried on by the next Miss Jeanne Day, wanted to sail on
..' the Herzogin Cecilie. 'She had her
f \ ;, .' carriers on rural routes In western traveler who came along.] Often let-
tt:';::. \ and middle-western states," says a ters were stuck in notched sticks be- hair cut 'short like a boy's and and WORK
bought, one piece at a time, a l
bulletin from the National Geographic complete -
t ,: ,: .:. side the trail on the chance that they thanaIOO22WASHING
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mr boy's outfit. Then one eveningshe
:>., society.
would be picked up by some one returning -
::,';-< "In Alaska there is as yet no fed, eastward. went for a swim from a lonely

{. ." eral air mail service.r.rhrough' pri- "With the excitement of the great beach, and came back .dressed as a MACHINE :7 ,i

vate enterprise some mail is carried gold rush in 1S49 everything moved boy.But

by plane, but the winter service still rapidly, including the mail. There she was turned back when she
'
:" f' relies mainly upon dogs and sleds. was soon a regular service, run by tried to board the windjammer at the

One of the longest dog mail routes is Feramorz Little and his wagon train, wharf. So she waited till it was INSTANT LIGHTING
the G50-mile run from Kotzbue to REDUCE your ironing time one-third
Between Fort Laramie, Wyo., and Salt towed out and anchored, ready' to your labor one-half! The Cole. '
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1>"{t l' Point Barrow-:-Uncle Sam's northernmost Lake City. Even as late as 1S5S, Fort In his hand a medal, emblematic of sail, in the' bay. Then she hid herself man Self-Heating Iron will 'save you

1t'., post office. The l ail. team Laramie was Denver's 'nearest post his new honor ; in his pocket: a check* under some nets in a fishing more time and work than a $100 washing

":;:.>. leaves Point Barrow early in November office and the men who staked out for the sum' of $1,000, and on his boat, and lays low until night, when machine! Iron any place where you .
as soon as there is snow enough can be comfortable. .. the
Pike's had she rolled out, pretending to he out on porchor
claim near peak to send face a proper smile, Henry Picard,
for travel, and is expected to complete under a tree. No endless trips carrying Iron
. 200 miles for news from home. In twent ase"en'earold pro of Charleston I drunk, and saying thickly ,"Herzogin from stove to board. It's entirely self-beating.
the round trip of 1,300 miles by
18CO the daring riders of the Pony Express / Cecilie." No cords or wires. Operating cost only Vfctf an
Christmas. So regular is the arrival S.: C., looks every inch a champion. hour.Helps you do better Ironing,easler.qujcker.
reduced the distance between The fishing boat was then out in .Write for Free Illustrated Folder and ,
name
: of the north-bound Christmas mail Henry had just showed the way to
San Francisco and St. Joseph, Mo., to I the. bay, not far from the sailing of Coleman dealer near you. "
i'F: that it 'rarely disappoints the children the country's best pro and amateur THE COLEMAN LAMP:: & STOVE COMPANY
: time of
the amazing eight days and ship and the fisherman
; completely
? of Point Barrow. with Dept. WU305.> Wichita, Kana ; Chicago, 111 I ; Los
: golfers a score of 2S3, in the: an-.
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: nine years later the silver spike was deceived, rowed her over She climbedup Angeles, Calif ; Philadelphia, Pa; or Toronto, '
Ontario, Canada.
Supply Own Dog Team. nual North and South Golf tour- [4306]
driven which completed] the first trans- Open a ship's ladder unobserved, and
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-On one of the more southerly
I continental, railroad." nament at Pinehurst N. C.
; ; hid in the hold until she knew the '
routes, from Nenana to Iditarod, a .
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', ', vessel was,, safely at sea, and she WI lt! Y (I PURE SHAMPOO ,
: distance of about 350: miles, .1 weekly a Ie our Vln l EASILY AT HOME .'

,'.;, ':. service is maintained. ITor each I Robot Sleuth Read Human Mind I couldn't hold on without food and For personal uso or re-sale. IN at 10 big MINUTES profit. I'
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Mtd.:" .> -,' round trip, requiring 35 days, the pay May water any longer. Then she walkedup We supply pure concentrated Ingredientsof ...
",' on deck, declared herself and was a. Nationally Advertised Shampoo. .
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(:<,,. ; Is ?SG4. Over 000 pounds of mail and Ready proportioned Simply combine. +l
'" I signed on as cabin-boy. Throughoutthe Money back If dissatisfied-bank refer- '
: ', supplies are carried, so the driver Electric Device Will Open New cries at Gloucester, Mass., has been ences. Six months' supply $1.00 postpaid. ,'
,;- seldom has the luxury of riding. He voyage round the Horn she took PURETEED (Purety Guaranteed) ':1
} Era, Scientists. Say. able to tell, with this device, just how her full share of the work. Laboratory, Bloomfield, N. J., Dept.: A : I
/ must of his' own dog ;
course, :supply ; fresh a fresh fish really 'is. It can : :
}: team, equipment, and food for the be used to determine spurious coins Only last year, another girl, the ;
trip. Milwaukee.-Inquisitive science has daughter of a former president of WOMEN: W.\XTED-To crochet dollies. I "
'.:J from real ones-because a ,standard pay T2 to $6 per dozen. Stamped envelope''
..-, "Some of the most dangerous and developed an electric detective that is San Salvador, also disguised herselfas brings particulars Handicraft Service, 67 ::',
coin which is has standard
an alloy, a Alexander 1'lacc, Buffaloew York. -" :
r ,: difficult routes are much 'nearer so sensitive that after it has been a boy, and was stowed away, firston 7,
resistance and other
TO electricity
any
r home than the barren lands o'r'AI ka. studied for a while it will undoubtedlybe alloy will vary from that. board a small fishing boat which WNU-7 17-34 ,'.;j

::>. Records of the Post Office department able to tell you what you are thinking took her from England tgt France, "
Holding one of these devices in his
> shows one of the worst to be from about.It and then on a ship bound for Lisbon. <
hand, Oscar D. Werwath, president of
, : Sandusky, Ohio, to the nearby islands was designed to tell the resistanceof It was only a severe storm in the Precious Gems .' j
the Milwaukee School of Engineering,
': ; in Lake Erie. Winter storms in this matter under observation to an elec- Bay of Biscay that forced her to Gladys-Was the, bracelet George:1::1
said : :
" district are severe, and ice conditions tric current. It is what is known as leave her hiding place and soled to gave ;you set with precious stones? A
"This little Instrument is capable-of .
singularly treacherous. :The best craft the Wheatstone bridge, and several of her discovery. 1\Iae-1es, precious few.
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measuring ohm resistance with as wide
\, \ for the job Is a combination sailboat, the devices are in use in 'Milwaukee
a variation as 10,000 ohms. It can
; '" ',: rowboat, ice yacht and sled. When n ' i ftr water is open, or the ice 'strong and the physiology department and in pick out a resistance of one ten-thou-
sandth of ohm. This makes its
;'?" :,'-: smooth, the sail can be used, but more the college of engineering. The college an
;:. often progress is discouraging- of engineering uses them in its practical application unlimited." Two things I 1Nmteda

) dragging slowly over rough ice cakes, electrical classes. He went on to say that each personis

;i'- inch by inch through more or less magnetic. The brain -
or breaking The United States bureau of fish- }
',' 'young' Ice. especially, he said, is an enormous cre- ". .and it was all so simple when I found out my .t,,.,, t
trouble. My physician said I had no organic disease ;: ', :.. "A similar route in Lake Michigan, ator of electricity, inasmuch as each ;r
:; but I did have what is and t>>
so commonly truthfully ,
i; ., known as Death's Door, runs from Night Motor Racing Is particle is in itself a sort of electric called a low percentage of hemo-glo-bin in the blood. fr
Ellison bay to Detroit harbor, Wis- cell. 1
JiWV : Growing in ,Popularity "Why," he said, "it might be possible "The reasonableness of one of the S.S.S. ads causedme ]:'gyp
roYx, consin. Then there is the Idaho route to think that 5.5.5. Tonic was just what I needed
from Rocky Bar to Atlanta. Carriers Washington.-Night automobile rac- with such a delicate device, after yearsof for'my let-down feeling, pimply skin and low resistance -

, :. .;: there make the winter trips on snow- ing is rapidly becoming popular the research, to be able to read a per-; I wanted more strength and a clear skin.

. '' shoes, packing 50 pounds of mail. country over, it was indicated in a survey son's mind, through the amount of "It didn't take S.S.S. very long to get my blood '

S S.'.; "The smooth speed of city delivery .by the contest board of the Amer- current that one can send off in the back up to normal-and as my strength and energy :: \s

Is in sharp contrast to these' tales of ican Automobile association., process of thinking." returned my skin cleared up." i,, $

.''L, persistent and courageous effort. One Introduced three ;years ago at the If your condition suggests a tonic of this kind, try < : : :h.. > ;
of the most efficient systems is New Ascot speedway in Los Angeles, before Mammoth Thermometer Is S.S.S. It is not'just a so-called tonic but a tonic spa-

; York city's 'blow-gun mail' which handles the idea of after dark: competition cially designed to stimulate gastric secretions, and "1

i;J- half the letters received in the gripped baseball and football fans! Placed on Eiffel Tower also having the mineral elements so very, very neces-

'If: .,. metropolis. Beneath the streets of night races drew record attendances.I Paris.-With the, installation of a sary in rebuilding the oxygen-carrying moglobinof

; '-'.'" r Manhattan are 27 miles of parallel, However, not until recently have the mammoth thermometer on the Eiffel the blood. If I found

:;"'. pneumatic tubes. Through these tubes lucrative possibilities of "illuminated"races tower, Parisians and other Paris dwellers S.S.S. value has been proven generations of use,

t :, at intervals of ten seconds, shoot car- become apparent to ,eastern and can tell exactly when to shiver and as well as by modern scientific appraisal. Sold by all out my '

;;;, ',', riers, each holding 400 letters, and midwestern speedway operators.Now sink deeper into their mufflers and drug stores .in two convenient sizes. the larger is
more economical. The S.S.S. Co. trouble"CUT

(> traveling at a rate of 30, miles an race operators in these sections when to emerge and breathe few

T''I:'>..' '1" hour. They are propelled by compressed have made extensive, hurried arrange- breaths of fresh air., Shortly before

,',;" ', .: air. his death the Italian
, ., ments to install illlumiuating facilitiesin Jacopozzi, expert !
:; --;:y' World's Biggest Business. their speedways in time for the season electrician and father of electrical displays -

.,;, '.I "The United States postal service openings In late May. Track pro- on store fronts during the Christ- r m -:- ME OUT lVIII

, : today is the biggest business in the moters at Long Island, N. Y. ; Reading mas holidays, submitted the design for

';: \' world, ,employing over 232,000 work- Pa, ; Fort Wayne, Ind.; Cincinnati, and the huge thermometer. It was approved -

;,':,. :' \ ers ; but its purpose has not changed Detroit all plan to feature the com- as ,a permanent fixture' to the I Jpring Beauty I IT '

; '" since the pre-revolutionaiy days paratively new after dusk sport. Citroen display and has been erected. IIII II j'j'I
:: & r.- when stagecoach mail took six weeks

f1 "! to go from Boston to Philadelphia. I BARGAIN II I

! .,. An inspector, reporting on the efficiency Ancient and Modern on High Seas
of the colonial service J
cy at that time, I
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remarked that the public good was I EX'S get acquainted. Here is our anniversary bargain J JI
'the sole Inducement O, .L beauty offer. Each spring we make a drive for
for taking so new customers and give them this bargain introductory ...
much trouble as we do.' # p I I Ii -" I offerat less than factory cost! Fine toiletries since 1873. I I

"When Benjamin Franklin was ,,, I I, I Tested pure, and proven. One trial makes a life-long j
, ;jy : ? '%%: : ;%S. ':>J "cx friend.You can have all six full .
made deputy postmaster general of i size packages only$1.00. iI I II

'. the British colonies in 1753, conditions t : I I
. FACE POWDER TUBE ROUGE
' were promptly improved. Weekly j y.yrrqa
trips between Philadelphia and Equal to finest imported pow- New, smart pure, safe! "It's I
Bos-
I ,,1fiJ.i der. Perfectly blended intoexquisite \ differentasQlendidimproveI I
ton were started, the time was cut in l J shades. Regular full ment, says GLADYS WINTER,
.:. half, and new routes were opened. size$1.00 box in this offer. stage star. Full SOc size given. 1I 1

The postage rate, however, remained I CLEANSING"Yourhandlotionistrulygood. I

.. :,: t high-forty dollars '($40)) for three HAND LOTION I

;; / letters from Falmouth, Maine, to Bos- CREAM I
': .\ ton In I 71' Dries quickly;no grease.Makes I
1775 the continental
conS hands All a goodcreamshouldbe Gets I
beautifully
'.:"- ,.L I .t.r! :< .%.., ,.......>>./..... '' 1 white."-ETHEL WARNER.silky and : every bit of imbedded: grit and I II
: >.} : .':; n. \:/< I 4oz.50csae. lv dirt.Leavesskinsofrgreaseless; I
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., Farmer Finds Mill : LORATONE BEAUTY SOAP

;:;;.:'.j;: l After 150-Mile Hunt :: 2" I All-Purpose Cream, bland, mild I I
J Nationally advertised;used by ) of win-
: :: : @YOUrskinneedSa I
','.i. Grantsburg, Wis.-riank Anderson Ir'ttA. ;? : i millions for 40 years.Skin food, Rarely

. /:}y;:.;:.i Freddie (Wis.) farmer, recent.y : : I tissue Regular builder 55e wrinkle size included.remover. Extra sae 25c bar. I

:?: completed a 150-mile trip in .
S. ;S 5 search of a grist mill where he ..
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FOR, ONLY $1.00
ALL SIX I
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into flour.
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The r> ;; This introductory Spring Bargain Offer expires in 3 |
circuit embraced nine towns ACT NOW weeks. Only one set to a customer. Guaranteed to I
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and two states. He found that in tisfy"you'in every way" If your dealer can't sup
ply you fill out the coupon and send this ad to us. Money back if not satisfied.
each case mills either ----
"w\ were converted ---- -
rJ Into power plants, fish I_ LORD & AMES, Inc. 36O No. Michigan' ;; CHICAGO, ILL. -l|

": hatcheries and other projects or Gentlemen: I am enclosing $1.00 in currency, stamps or money order. You

were out of operation. ,Despairing may rend me he loroy Spring Anniversary Bargain Offer. All six for 100. I

ly, be started' the long trek ,homeward '> __ '. nJ_. '" I
. only to discover a mill suIt- NAME___________________________________________________----------
A glimpse of a century long past Is afforded us by this photograph of a
able to his _
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customers in the world to please, but plorers and his men landed at Punta I[ with three hits for as many official
1 in spite of that fact, he's makin' a Rassa and travelled inland due east I trips to the plate.
I. I Castles In The Glades}I By success of his boardin' house. on tho south bank of the river until j Summary: Struck out by Campbell,

Marjorie B. Wallace The pow-wow was held at Hora'asassa crossing at Fort Thompson which is 14; by Moore 6. Walked by Campbell,

about 20 miles west of Inver- called the Falls of the Caloosa- 4; by Moore 7.
ness on the Gulf coast., It was my h"tehee From here the band worked Hits: Two base-Alston, Lanford,

The Kollum will be short and sweet count job, you get SPEED. first trip but I'm tellin' you now It trail disappears just beyond Kissimmee. I Cruze; singles, Clark, 3, Campbell, C. ).
this week. Got fifty banjo-uke parts Does the name Old Forty Seven won't be my last. It is a' beautiful Nall, 2', Shirley, Alston, Thomas. 'fJ

to write before the dance Saturday mean anything to you? Well, if you spot and they tell me the fishin' there I In the search of the Indian moundat I Umpires: McFadden, and Land
night. I am living in the daytime and get out on to the MacWilllams job, is the finest in the country. The ho-: Ortona Sunday Mr. Biggar hopedto

dreaming all night in a maze of aug-I you will see her, rejuvenated and reanimated tel is owned by Dazzy Vance and operated unearth some sign of the trinkets REAL ESTATE ACTIVITIES OX
mented sevenths and diminished back at work. Someday by a genial Dutchman who! which DeSoto reported having given UPWARD TREND IX STATE!
fifths and major ninths, and have less when I have more time I'll publishher proved himself a wonderful host. the Indians. It was Mr. Biggar's

sense than usual. And Punk has had I history. At the banquet they Introduced us belief that the presents would have From all over Peninsular Florida and

the measles.I When Pop and I stood outside I to gopher soup and as most of us been treasured by the savages and even from the northern tier of coun-
hope you will all turn out for the I Cohen's windows months and months i were hungry enough to go-for any- buried with them as was their cus \ ties, come stories of sales not onlyof
celebrataion Saturday. Six bits per ago In Jacksonville, admiring a big thing, nobody seemed to mind, but tom. city property, purchased for winter -'
each Isn't much to spend for a good relief' map showing the proposed drivin' home every time I'd see one homes by tourists who spent the-
time-and every cent of that goes routes of the Cross State canal, we of those critters anklin' across the IIUItD L. REEVES HURT AS season in the state, but of citrus

to Mrs. Downs for the floor and sup- little thought that the man who made road in front of the car I'd have, a CAR STRIKES, PARKED TRUCK groves and vegetable farms by other
Intend to become all
who
tourists
per, so you know we will have some- it would be on the same job withus funny feelin' in my stomach. I
around dwellers in the state.
thing mighty good to eat. I now. Fred Nebiker is the man. I've been doin a little checkin' up Tax Assessor Hurd L. Reeves received year
While practically all of the sales
The orchestra is playing for naw- His map work is beautiful. I don't on the congressional race in the Sec- a severe cut on his foreheadand ) were made at bargain prices the ag-'

thin, so please do not throw eggs; know what it is about Switzerlandthat ond district where Florida's Fashion several bruises Saturday morning gregate will run well into tthe mil

however, we will wear wash clothesin produces sons with a passion for Plate, the honorable Lex Green, al-i when the Ford coupe he was driving lions, it is said by those whose busi-
case the urge gets too strong for delicate detail and minute, painstak- leged to be the best dressed man inj! collided with the rear end of a ness it is to watch real estate trends.

you. i I ing work. The same ability make3 Washington, is all cluttered up with State Road Department truck parked "There Is no danger of a 'boom as
Well, let me see if I can remember the best watchmakers, the best silversmiths a lot of first class competition. i j along the highway two miles east that word is interpreted in Florida,"
the little I know. I I I in the world. Much of When Madison threw her Kelly in of LaBelle.Mr. said Senator Alfred H. Wagg, whose

The Gulfport and the Sarasota are Nebiker's finest work requires a mag- the ring, it turned out to be a sure- Reeves states that returning life has been spent In handling real

parked at the east end of the Canal '; nifying glass for real appreciation, enough campaign hat and no jokin'. from Clewiston he found road men estate ida but as in a broker other, not sections only In of Flor-the

job, spouting dirt in all directions. ) and how he ever put in such tiny, The Judge has been shakin' a lot of|| burning grass in the ditches and, United States many, as well.
And do not ask me where they are I I precise, exact drawing is beyond me. hands and they tell me when he since there was considerable smoke,
"While sales have been reported -
going next, because 1 am tired of say- Another miniature that I want to shakes 'em they stay shook. j i he slacked his speed to about twelve and many the aggregate will run

ing "I don't know why they're where see as soon as I can get away from At the same time:; this ,boy Sturgis : miles an hour. Even at that pace into good figures the hope for the
they are. I haven't had time to go these blankety-blank orchestrations, from Ocala isn't lettin' any grass : he had almost hit the parked truck future lies in the enormous numberof
find out. And I don't know what Ca- is the locomotive, complete in every grow under his feet. He's prancin' before he knew it was there. The inquiries% which thus far have not

nal Is going to do, and if anybody else I small detail, being built on the Gulf- around the district talkin' hard and small car in which he was riding reached a sales stage. These inquiries -
does know, he is keeping gosh-awful port in his spare time by William earnest.' A lot of folks. A lot of smashed under the dump body of the prove that thousands of men and
quiet about it. Ten new men were ;Lott, machinist. Those who have seen folks have written his name on their truck, the latter striking the windshield women are again interested in Flor- "{f

put on Tuesday morning to survey it say that it is a really remarkable cuff as a reminder. for June 5, pro- I of the coupe. Ida, not from the speculative stand-

the whole Canal job, however, piece of work. About four feet long, vidin' they don't forget and change i After Mis. Reeves had left his car point but as a place of residence
for all
either for winter comfort or
Bennie's job is coming along fast. their shirt in the meantime.
: when it is done it will actually run I a heavily loaded log truck came up the around residence. Many of
2,000 yards of concrete in ten days It will probably turn 'out to be year
I on its own track under its own power i from behind and unable to stop in these inquiries will eventually result -
Isn't bad. They using belt one of the closest races in the state.:
are a conveyor
with gadget found
on .a t
every time smashed into the wreck of Mr.Reeves' in sales. Those making them
to place the concrete fifty- Right now there is a lot of argument
; modern locomotive.\
I car. The driver, Howard" have learned much regarding the ad-
five feet long an endless rubber belt ) as to how it will finish. Some folks
; I vantages of life in the state as a re-
1 Harry Brown has left Uncle Sam Johnson, a negro, was arraigned in
on rollers takes the concrete to a say it will be Green and Kelly who I l suit of their winter visits and they
flat on his back and gone home to County Judge's court Monday on a
fhute going down Into the forms. will fight it out in the run-off, while i have been impressed. Just as soon
work for Arundel Corporation. One charge of driving with faulty brakes.
: It Is very Interesting to watch the I others claim it will be Sturgis and;I as. they have looked over the situa-
: more sign of better times. j Upon his plea of guilty he was sen-
:, concrete come out of the mixer, Kelly, with Green out of the picture.I tion back home, they will begin to
; Don't forget that the second Sun- It is tenced to pay a fine of $40 or spend to conclude their deals.
spread Itself thin on the belt, slide I' generally conceded that Judge arrange
down the shute to a baffle plate and day In May is Mother's Day. Mostof Kelly is runnin' like nobody's bus I 30 days in jail. The fine had not been tising done by Florida through its
the stuff put out by the greeting ) paid Wednesday magnificent exhibit at Chicago, last
go gallumping into a hole. By the I iness and If Lex, Green does succeed I
I for mat summer, would be a flood of winter
card people occasion is unmitigated -
in him
stoppin' ; he'll have to
way, Bennie came right back at me put a i
with a poem of his own, part of which I'I blah, but nevertheless lot more on the ball than he's sot! Owners Win I visitors who would be interested in
mothers do Chevvy the state and bring about a revival
appreciate a message on so far. You take
can
r I quote herewith. As explanation, I your own'I of interest in winter homes as wellas
I I their special day. I hold
no particular
was on my way to West Palm Beach choice. Over Ford Drivers in groves and vegetable farms, I
when I stopped to see their first pour. brief for mothers, being one myselfI Personally I'm not ready to discount remember predicting just what has
Listen to Margie's tale of woe; I I know that virtue In this case is its I Mr. Green yet. I've been fooled I I come about, in an interview given In -

She didn't HAVE a cent to throw I own complete and satisfying ..reward.I too many times. Political cats are funny -: Taking advantage of every error, Chicago last Auguest. That inter
'. In the'concrete of the gate; I But when the boys bring me box of about jumpin' sideways! at the last] and break of the game, the Chevrolet view was not taken seriously by
1' For sad indeed 'tis to relate ",I candy, as they have never failed to minute. Lex still has a lot of friends owners evened the count with the 1 many. However, I feel that results j

l' She had a list of things to buy do, it gives mea. great deal of happi- and if he gets busy and jogs their Ford owners on Kiwanis. Field last have vindicated" me.. Happy days are I II

;. That would leave her wholly shy ness-and all mothers are like that. memory about this and that he's Friday night by a 12 to 2 score. I here again.

h Of even one red cent to chuck And although Pop Insists, that the liable to get a lot more votes than Moore, pitching for Ford, found ,
W.' As an offering to luck! j only Father's Day worth mentioningis some folks think he'll get. little trouble until the third when i!
.': The rest is irrevelent, and several pay day, perhaps father might geta Altogether it is an interestin' race Thomas walked and crossed the plate XOTICE OF ADOPTION I

;/ other adjectives. I think I shall have secret thrill out of a special howdyon and folks in the Second District are after advancing on Clark's hit and B. ,

;/" to start a poet's corner in the Kollum.l I. his Sunday, too. I I gettin' all hot and bothered aboutit Nail's outfield fly. 1 Notice is hereby given that Mr. and I i

If you have anything along Back to the grind. I just ,had a especially the Irish. They're ,Chevrolet bunched their hits in the Mrs., Clyde Russell of Clewiston, Florida :
smaller I I strong for Green but fourth, which combined with an infield will, on the 4th day of June, tl
J. in your system, let me have It. I acquaintance among chords! I they'll prob- 1934 > /
:"', Did you notice in last week's paper Some folks are satisfied with about ably vote for Kelly error, netted them four more the Honorable, make application George by W.petition Whiteburst to

lV'... : that Pop's culvert is done-and the I three to fill every musical need. If runs. Five runs came in in the fifth Judge of the Circuit Court in-
; first to be finished you don't believe that I've been working and two in the seventh. and for
one inspected by Hendry County, Fla., for the
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' the powers that be," passed, and rele- I take a peep over Pop's. shoulder I BELLE NEWS The Ford owners went scoreless adoption by them of a male child born :

gated to history? Believe me, when Saturday night. until the fifth when Avant and Hawk- April 30, 1934, and will, on.said date, !
(Continued from Page 4)a ins crossed the plate. Cruze scored duly file petition therefore
you put a Scotchman on a force ac-i Until then, good bye. and will
translation of the original record their final run in the sixth. thereafter in due course, request appointment -
kept by DeSoto's secretary. From This game made the count one of a guardian ad litem, and

CLEWISTOX LEADS THEREGISTRATION had a right to take matters In his I the descriptions of landmarks and each for the two teams, the Ford aggregation will, thereafter set down the said petition -
LIST own hands and remedy abuses that topography in this record Mr. Biggarhas having won the first of the for hearing and at such hear-
existed there. determined that the Spanish ex- three game series. A play-off for the I ing will seek an order authorizing !
l the adoption by them of said child
r ( from page 1) The conditions he saw were so northward, making friends with the place as King of the Highways is and of all matters proper and incident I

poll taxes for 1933, but Supervisor of bad he could not justly ignore U em. peaceful Indians and giving them scheduled. 1! to such proceedings. t.

Registration, John L. Hall, states he As it was just before the passover, small presents, until finally their I Batting honors go to Ed Clark Mayll-18-25-June 1. !

expects at least 900 qualified elec- crowds of Jews came into the city, ----- I I t
tors by May 19th, which Is the last many of them from distant places. 1--- -=- !

day on wlrfch poll tax payments may They needed animals for sacrifices I 1I i iI

be taken for qualifying as electors in r and money changed that they might
the June primary.' I pay. the temple poll tax of a half-
I 'IS YOU CSR SLOGS I Ii ?
The county commissioners at the shekel, and make other contribu-I l
: tions. Attending to their
: regular May meeting to be held next ,needs was -
Tuesday will purge the list of voters legitimate if done honestly and in tl

of names of those who are deceasedor the proper place. But the sacred
temple was not the proper place. In
who for any cause are not quali-
fied to register as voters in the coun- his indignation Christ boldly and ef- t

.': ty. The names of those stricken fectively cleansed his Father's (Q1
( house.
.. from the list will reduce it somewhat, i
I dDp50 ,
although it is expected that the number -
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of voters will remain at a high 1

.'J peak for the county. TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY
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Luke tells us that as they were dis- DA ,
cending the Mount of Olives the fi BY

whole multitude began to rejoice RUSSELL KAYI
and praise God with a loud voice.
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No doubt they thought that anyone >- .,
who could perform the miracles attended my first sheriffs' con-

.'' they had seen and heard about, es- vention last week and after messin' I
pecially the raising of Lazarus not around with that gang, I can't under-

:.." long before, could intervene with stand why It Is that all these crim-

., power and rid them of the Roman inals keep tryin' to escape. Of course DistributorThat

:,. yoke. Look up, John 12: 17-18. they say you never know a guy until
But Jesus brought to them salva- you live with him and maybe If I had

tion from sin, rather than political I to stay in the same house with a sher- Good
freedom-something that iff for a few years I might not find .. ?
was s i r c ;
far more important, though at the the companionship so congenial, but '
time not as much appreciated. When they certainly are a swell crowd whenIt Gulf -
the Pharisees called for a rebuke, he comes to convention' v r

replied, "I tell you that, if these "Old Bill' Spencer or Hillsborough Gasoline

should hold their peace, the stones County was elected president of the _,
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would immediately cry out. (Luke association, so I guess that makes me
19 : 40.) I Court Jester or somethin' but I". tell

We make Christ our King today you one thing, a fellow has to be darn
when we recognize his complete careful how he gets funny with Bill. '.:
authority over our lives and submit Bill is a regular fellow and a LUOa [tllF Gp LUBSICflTES UPPER G7U I ?:!<)ER 2.i 'i til % 4 'I
ourselves unreservedly to him, As blamed good sheriff and thO thins
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": Christ was King in matters spiritual like best about him is that he's hum INCREASES PSWEK $f4V S j,
hd was Lord of the temple, and I an. He's ;got the hardest crowd, !
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-: NOTICE NW'4 of NE4 . .17 43 28 40 Unknown . . . . 4.15
Notice is hereby given that the following described lands, or so much E'i of NE 4 & Niz
thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes of 1933 herein of NE 4 of SE. .17 43 28 100 Unknown n . . . 9.82S
<< set opposite to the same, together with cost of such sale and advertising will 4-5 of SE'/4 of SE
be sold at public auction on Monday, the 4th day of June, A. D. 1934 at the 4 . . . .17 43 28 32 Unknown . . . . 3.22
hour of 12 o'clock noon, at the Court House Door; the County of Hendry, in SEV 'of SEa; & N'z
the City of LaBelle, State of Florida. of NE% . . .18 43 28 120 Unknown . . . . 8.14
NI,2 . . . :.19 43 28 320 Unknown . . . 22.00
EV 2 of NE '4 . .21 43 28 80 Lee J. Stebbins . . 11,42NV s .
p. of NE. & SE; 7 .
of ,NEV. & Ei of .
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Description of Land :.3 an Owner Amount of Taxes SW'/4 of NE!4 .28 43 28 140 Unknown . .. . . 10.28E '
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O raH Q and Costs 2 of WV of SE of .

m K < NE% . . .29 43 28 10 W. E.,Evans . :. : .',': : 2.60
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Gov lot 4 . . 29 43 28 33 Unknown ... . . 5.37
: Gov lot 1 & SE. of 'thS :
SW/ . . . 2 43 28 160 Lee County Investment :
:; .' Company . . . $16.13 NE3 exc 5 acres
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sq in SE cor of SE

',' : Washington Gardens .. .,,: '/4 of NEV 4 . .30 43 28 64 Unknown . . . . 20.28
. 2 43 28 .
S-D of NW% ,
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: Block 8, Lot 13 "'. r> ';:,. : of SW'/4 . : . 5 44 28 5 Kittle. Alice McGill . . 1.37 t: -.5
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Washington : ;
dens . . . : .. :,': E. D. McCoy. . . . 1.67 SW 4 of NEV 4 of
Block 29, Lots 141516 4\; .; '.:; SW4 :. . 5 44 28 10 Regina Landregan . .. : 1.37
Washington '-,, :.', .' SW 4 of NW% . 8 44 28 40 Ida A. Wood . . . 3.53 rr
Gardens . . ;4'. \: :'. Clyde Kempt . . .. . 1.67 Nl' of SW; . .18 44 28 80 Unknown . . . . 5.37
Block 32, Lots 18-19 ;.' : :;"'. ', SEV of SW . .18 44 28 40 Unknown . . . . 2.92

Washington Gar- .,-:':( NW4 . . . .19 44 28 160 American Legion . . 10.30
'. ." dens . . . :: .: U. S. G. Dogan' . ; 1.67 :All . . . 2 45 28 638 Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07 55
',{ '.': Block 47, Lot 23 (" ; All . . . 4 45 28 630 Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07 )
. Washington Gar- :: All . . . .6 45 28 640 Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07 '

dens . . . 0 Unknown . . . . 1.67 All . . . 8 45 28 640 Lee Cypress Co.' . . 25.07 \ )
Block 49, Lots 35-36- 'J:' '.t All . r . . .10 45 28 640 Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07 "O
!, 37-38, Washington .) :y: :::, All . . . 12 45 28 640 Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07 :
Gardens . . ;: Nora & Green Mills . 1.67 All . . . .14 45 28 640 Lee Cypress Co. . . .. 25.07 c .
" I. Block 50, Lots 6-7 ;' > All . . .'. .18 45 28 640 Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07 rr :
Gar- .'. All . . . .20 45 28 640 Lee Cypress Co. . . : 25.07

':',"<:,\.}'. :,. dens Washington. . . ,. '--0.- ... Martha & Charley' Mitchell 1.67 All ;' . . .22 45 28 640 Lee Cypress Co. . .. ., 25.07 =:
:J'c \" Block 50, Lots 8-9 ... ,: .; All . . . .24 45 28 640 Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07 y'g"
Washington Gar- .' .j :: All . . . .26 45 28 640 Lee Cypress Co. ;. . 25.07 tn

dens . .:> ;':: ToastMcClmton . . 1.67 All . . . .28 45 .28 640 Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07
Block 50 Lots 20-21 :. ::. All . . . .30 45 28 640 Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07 (
Washington, Gar- .: v.' AU . . . .32 45 28 640 Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07

dens . . . :_..; Mrs. Dock Van ... . 1.67Katherine All . . . .34 45 28 640 Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07
Block 50, Lot 28 ..? '( All . . . .36 45. 28 640 Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07 Q.
: Gar- : : All frac. . .a.) 1 43 29 198 Unknown . . . .. 91.08
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; dens Washington. . . . '. -(:.:;,.:..;...... Spain . ... 1.67 Gov. lots 3 & 4 . .3 43 29 61 Unknown . . . . .19.78 ....
Block 55, Lots 12-13 \. .1>'- '. ; GoV. lot 1 . . 6 43 29 31 Unknown . . . . 15.91 Q
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Washington Gar : \ ;.f .: -
.,' dens . . . >... :t : Robert Riley . . . .1.67 I i I 3 . . . 6 43 29 10 L. W. Howard . ... . 4.61
- Wide Acres Estates I-. ;. ..: >';' Gov. lots 5-6-7 . 6 43 29 114 Unknown . . ;. 27.14 *1
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. No. 1 S-D of S>/i of rSE -:- ,. ,'. Laura V. 'Hull's S.D '
'4 . . . 2 43 28 : ., ,.,' ':." .; :, .' of Gov lot 11 in : .
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Block 1 changed to J : ;. '' '. ; see 6 & Gov lots 2"J:: s'.- .::. :
Lot 10 Wide Acres -- ,, 3-4 in sec 7 . 43 29 ;. I .5
.t. Estates . . Unknown . '. .' 1.67 Lot 13 Laura V. .' ., .'. >. '

Block K Wide Acres Hull's S-D . B. F. Lewis :. . ;. 2.29
Estates . . Gov lot 1 . . : 7 43 29 43 Unknown . .-. . :.. 12.65

. Lots 11-12 Wide Harriet Furnade . . 1.37 "Cityof LaBelle" (
> :..:. Acres Estates :actions 4-5-8-9 43... 29 -- .
Lot 15 Wide Acres .t; Goodno's S-D of '. .
W. H. Sebastian . : . 1.37 I :
Estates . block 5 . . 4 43 29 .... ,. .' .' ., Mt
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; A. L. Kinzie .. '. . . .,' 4.15 .' -'. ;: : Srr
,.'., SWli of NWliSWli . 4 43 28 40 Irvin C Griffith . ." . 2.92 Lots '8-11 Goodno ; ,:,. ; +

,.'. of SE'i . 6 43 28 40 Unknown . . . . 13.38 S-D . . . Unknown ; . "4.61
'. ... ,7. 43 28 160 Unknown . . . . 6.92 Lot 31 Goodno's S-D Unknown . . ; .. 10.50 Or: '
SiofNE''+ ; . 7 43 28 80 Lots 38-40 less 50 J '

""'-'.,',..'" 6 acres in SW cor of Geo. W. Hisler . . . '1.68 ft on east end. Unknown . . . . 20.08
-r-,::;;,.\.:-...".,.: ., SWli of NWli 9 43 28 6 .li- Goodno's S-D block -
Beg at SE cor NW 4 a '''' 6 West !g' . . 4 43 29 .- ; (D
:r :, W 40 rods, N 50 Lot 10 & 22 ft off

-.. ,' rods E 40 brads, S W. H. Whidden . . . 6.27 south of'' lots 1-2. .
- 50 rods to 9 43 28. 13 3-9 . . '. 4 43 29 Unknown'. . . . 24.12
SEli of Jones & Larabee S-D '
Beg NE cor ." .i" ffl
NWli S 30 rods, W -. .; of Block 7 . 4 43 29 "

:: -; :< 40 rods, S 10 rods, -" .: Block 10 Jones & ", := .
'P: ''': W 40 rods, N 40 .. ; ; Larabee S-D . 4 43 29 H. W.-.Johnson, . .. . 5.39
1i.:1i.:::'. -, rods, E 80 rods to ,' ,. .' ; Block 12 less a tract .. : : S .
;;.{. ::c- ,: beg . . . .9 43 28'17 : W." E.. Dyess . . .... 11.18 175x75 ft in SW S >. ., ...A

h Beg SW cor of SEli ,..'. :, I ',." : Corner . . 4 43 -29 Unknown .::.:.. . : . 4.9'1
of NEli E 36 1-5 ; __",: ,: ,:' Block 15-33-34 Stew- ., ,
rods, N 195 yds E :.,.' _, :' ,0' : :. art's S-D . . 4 43 29 ',' (Dt


. '. Nw'ly to Branchtoapt Jack's along Branch said 350, r f}.,;:_:. ;, ;; {Y. ,. ;:. <, f------;;;::;.;i.' K, ; :L- Lots Block Stewart's 4-5-12-13-26-27 29 Stewart'sSD S-D .. John D. Tompkins 5 5 55 :. ...."... ... 4:61: : tit

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ft S of the northern . . . 4 43 29
'- ) Unknown . . . 6.93.
,-,_ bdry of SEli' of. : Block 37 Highlands
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.' t. Heights S-D 4 43 29 <
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E" of NEli to :.t 7tI;: : ; ,. 1 s. Heights . . O. H. & Jennie S. King- : . 1.53 .. .
south ; ? .
r': Bet 43 W.. E Dyess--f :.( 13.28 Block 40 "Questend"
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S-D . . 4 43 29 trJ trJa T:1S :
' 6 chs & 21 Iks ,,{' Lots 30-31-32 "Ques-

E of NE cor of lot .. : -: -. -''";::0">1 ":. tend . . G. T. Tiffany . . .. .. 2.29
2 E 12 chs & 96 Ika : Block 41 Bush S-D '4 43 29 .

to crk-down crk to ..r Lot 33 Bush S.D Della M. Shackelford ':. . 1.23
riv-down riv to pts :' Block '42 Aiken S-D 4 43 29 '
. . .10 43 28 28 Lucile Chapman . c. . 9.34 Lot 18 Aiken 0tjjQ
of beg S-D ? Thos. K. 'redder . . .. 1.23 ;
SWli of SE; of ., Block 45 Hedges S'-D 9 43 29 '. .'. '
NWli . . .10 43 28 10 W. E. Dyess . .o'. ... '. ; 567 Lot 9 Hedges S-D Unknown . :. . . 1.99

Beg at NW cor of ., Blocks 50 & 51 Hick- .'.'
sec 10 thence run E : pochee Heights S-D 9 43 29 r. "

alg the northern .',.. Block A lots 7-8 5 5 '
bdry of sec 10-362 :'. .' ..- ., Hickpochee 0

ri ft to pt of beg of '<. .:: '. Heights . . J.: T. Bradshaw . :' . 1.83
.L. .d.j!" :: Block S
Clots 28-29-
land herein con- : ':_. ,
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veyed-S & parallel 30 Hickpochee ; -

to W bdry of sec .- '. Heights . . Nellie McQ ire .-. . . '. 1.83 -
- 10-783 ft thence J.. ', Block Flats 21-22 : S Z
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east & parallel to .- Hickpochee S S "' ', :

northern bdry of '. Heights . . Unknown . . ... ..; .1,83,
, sec 10 353 ft to'J' Block 54 Reeves S-D 9 43 29 -' ,, '

center .of slough ,. ....... Lot 10 Reeves S-D Hurd L. Reeves ; ; . .' 1.23 S. r- 1
Ne'ly along center "' :. '' Block 72 . . 9 43 29 Unknown. .'. . . ; 5.86
of Denaud : Blocks 77 78- 79-80 '
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slough to a point -- "LaBelle .Terrace" 9 43 29
_'. on northern bound ..' (, -. Block Clot. 4 "La- S .

.," ary of sec 10: west ,,.'. ,::/ .- Belle Terrace" Unknown . . . . 1tl3
; i. along northern : :., _. Block D lot 15 "La- .

5'J--: ; boundary sec 10 '.. .:'. ... Belle Terrace" '. Mary'L. Bowman . ;; .1.53 "
;. : 683 ft to pt of be- Block G lot 9 "La- 0' ,
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Robert Daniels .
,> ginning . . .10 43 28 9 ...., Belle Terrace" P: :. Unknown . . . . .. 1.53 j
." .5 '. Beg 140 yds E of -. Block G lot 11 "La- < .' : .t : .
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NW cor SWi of -. Belle Terrace" ; Unknown . . .. . ,,1.53
NE' of NWi E -. Block H lot 1 "La- J\... '<:'\ } .
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5. ? 10 yds-S 70 yds Belle Terrace" .' <.. ':.' F. H. Fetzer . . ... .5: 1.53 fU'
.o E 70 yds-S 150 Block H lots 15-16 t,;\ '..,, ). __
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., yds-W 220 yds- "LaBelle Terrace" y./, ; Robert Haisch :: . : 1.55 a
',;, N 150 yds-E 140 Block 82 the Haynes ,./.: '.. :. ,'.,.., ;
- yds-N 70 yds to .::('.. South Central S-D 9 43 29 :: ;:.' : .1

beg . . .104328 7 .Unknown . . . . .4.08 Sec A lots 22 to 28 ,-.. Unknown} . . . '. .' : 1.91
El's of W"a of SW ,' ;1:' '... Block 99 . . S 6 R. H. Magill :. . ... . 6.63
'/i of NE'i . .14 43'. 28 10 Madeline. Ayer Home . 3.83 Block 103 "Shadow : 5 >:' '.
Beg 1050 ft W of Lawn Court" S-D 4 43 29';;, ," .:,. .-
f f'f ,0 SE cor lot.1, W100 Block Blot 11 "Shadow '_ <' ;, i

, ft, N 375 ft, E 100tJ. Lawn Court" .ik.t'v'l' Ann Elizabeth Hall . . ,.1.53 : :. ',. ', .
S 375 Block Blot 12 "Shad- .'.*.... -- : ."
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ft to I ,:' ::1t.,: : <: "
. k beginning . .15 43 28 1 C. Q. Stewart ., .. . ... ,. 2.27r ow Lawn Court"L..-": ,::c, -_"":. ; J. R. Hall ... ..'.. .-5. .... :. 1.53
W'2 of SW'i &. SW Block B lot 14 "Shad-., :;:T',,, ,.:.. :- -, J, ..' ;
:. ,-""A.' 'i of NWli . .17 43 28 120 Unknown. ...... .. . . 9'.98 ow Lawn Court".', ', .1' Della: M. S'1iackleford. .: . 1.53
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Block 104 . . 4 43 29' R. H. Magill. . . h' 12.82 of S2 of SEli of
Beg 50 ft W & 380 NE'A, \V 137 ft, S 1"I ; '

ft S of NE cor of I 140 ft, E 137 ft,. N .
gov lot 3, S 110 ft, I 140 ft to beg '. .17 43 29 ttNli B. A. Wiggins . . . 2.73
W 300 ft, N 110 ft. of SW /4 of SE'4 ,'.

E 300 ft to beg 5 43 29' Lucile'N. Chapman . . 9.38 of SW'i of NE!.17 43 29 1Unknown . . . . 1.53
Beg 755 ft S & 830 "Luckey's" S-D of _
ft 'W of NE cor gov Eli of NE of -- .

lot 3V 120 ft, N NE!4 ... . .174329 \ 'L<.
to riv E alg riv to Block 3 lots 12-13 }

pt N of beg S to ,.. "Luckey's" S-D Unknown . . . . 1.53
Beg . . . .5 43 29 Unknown .; : . : 14.32 Block 4 lots 1-3 "

Beg 755 ft S & 950 \.'- ,',. r "Luckey's" S-D Unknown . . ., . 1.53
ft \V of NE cor gov Block 4 lots 4-5 '
lot 3, W 128 ft, N "Luckey's" S-D John Fraser .'. '. . . 4.61
to riv, E alg riv to Block 4 lots 12 to 18 .: -= ";. '

pt N of Beg, S to I 1 "Luckey's" S-D ? Mattie Burnett .-.\ .-. : ;. 2.29NEli
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Beg . . .5 43 99 :.Geo. MHendry .'. ; . 14.321 Eli of W/2 of NE!. ,,: ..
"Eowards Addition" of NE'i formerly a .' '

A S-D of 4 acres in part of "Pine -

west part of gov Crest" S-D . 17 43 29 ,

lot 1 . . . .5 43 29 Lots 74 to 79 "Pine .
. ... . 1.53
Block A lots 1-2 "- Crest"v.. . Unknown. .
"Howard Addi- ; "Royal Palm Estates ,

tlon . . Unknown. . . . . .' 1.83 No. 1" a S-D of s* .

"Lynn High Point' ,., '. Wli of W2 of
S-D beg at a pt 50 .... NEli of NWli exc '
ft \V of a pt 785 ft "';."?r". '.." 2 acres . . 17 43 29
S of NE cor of sec :'j:;,,; Lot 10 "Royal Palm .
ft, S 300 ft, W 300 ,:.\. .>: / :,-, _,S Estates No. 1" John Sun . . . :. 1.53


BltN.! :. Zt; :.. 5 43 29 ,;'>' '>: \ 5 ::':: ;} i f.: -"' "Royal Lot Estates 11 Palm"Royal No.instates 1"Palm... '. Jas. N. Nanikas ... .:. ..". -. 1.53.


"Lynn High "Point 'UI1known; : ,, ". '. ; . 13.12 No. 2" a S-D of Sli .
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"College View" a S-D ," .': b .. & f '. fi. i .<':e :__'; .r..! 't.JJ _: of Nli of SEli of :;, :,. ,

...:.0.. '*i of part of Fraser : '', :; : :.,,', f '. . . .1743 29 i ; .. .::

t tract . . 5 43 29.1,:: '-. .-.. ?: Lots 11-12 "Royal }.... : ; ";" '" ,
Lots 13-14 "College ;. .' '. < ; Palm Estates" No. ;' "j l' tiJanie ;- -C'I... _

5, S 235 ft. W 150 W> :. '. ;:" '; 2 . . . .. RuffIn . .; : .". 1.83Lot
Vle\v .' \; ,.,'. Unknown ". . . ." . 1.53 59 "Royal Palm .' ;: r '. : ;. _:: :)*'; ; .. '

"Court House" Estates No. 2" . :- :- T. M. Badders .. \ 'i .';-. .e 1.53
S-D
of tract as follows: : e : : > : ; "Royal Palm Estates y} -
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beg 50 ft W of SE No. 5, S-D of W/2 '

Ur cor sec 5, W 450 of W/2 of SWli of i : : ,
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ft, N 899 ft, E 450 .,,>t.: .. ,...c-,-. ',' SEli .18 4329 ;: : :, "

= ft, S 899 ft . 5 43 29 ;; :.>; \ .', Block 2 lot 8 "Roy ., '
al Palm Estates :
Block 1 Court .j.1:" tJ ,
:: House" S-D . '.' ;'; Unknown .. . . .. '. 10.80 No.5. . . ;. : .' W.. H. Cassells .". . . "-l. 1.83 ,

.0 Block House"2 SeD"Court-. . ., .:/?. ';. Unknown . .'.. . . 6.16 "Royal. 6"Palm a S-D EstatesNo. of E2 ", ':} ,. ,h;: 'fY:<* >'""-:i::,.

Block 3 "Court '. '. .... of Wli of SWli of .

U House" S-D . w' Unknown . ... .'. . 4.61 SE!4 . . .18 43 29. "':; : .L ;.;, .. ..'t' ,.,'
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., Block 1 lots 1-2-3-4 :- : : I ; .
Block 4 "Court :,I .:: ; .. ,
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House" SeD . '.; .:- Unknown . . . . 10.80 "Royal Palm Es- '> ,, -; : :' : '
; tates No. 6" . .- :.;.:' '." .. Unknown .. : : . : . 1.83 r
Block 5 Nz lots 1-2- : I" ,
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"'"d 3-4 "Court House" ''', : ." ;. .. Block, 1 lots 6-7 ;;:oo .:,....: '; :. 'f'- .

S-D . . . '" Unknown . .: : . .2.59 "Royal Palm Es- .' .' ;- '," .' ". ,- .- .
Block 5 SV lots 1-2- ,.; .; }. ':," tafes No. 6" . ; ;"F '.:. : R. A. Thagard '. ./; : :. 1.83

= 3-4 "Court House" .. .:. ..: ..:. "Royal Palm Estates -
.: .:, .' Unknown . .'.. . . 7.23 No. 7" a S-D of :' :
SeD . . . 7
Block 5 lot 5 "Court '-.: ,: W/2 of Eli of SWli / ::

.c House" S-D . ." Unknown . . . '1,55 of SEtt 18 43, !' {li
Block 6 "Court -, :\ Block 3 lot 1 "Royal 2Hi i: t

House" SeD . '1';'. .::' Unknown '. . . . 2.29 Palm Estates No. *
= Court View S-D'; A : "-. ,.. ,:;. ': 7" . . . Madie Lowery s. .'.. :
.; Block 3 lots 13-14
S-D of part of gov }: ; :
? Palm Estates :
-r "Royal
lot sec 5, beg at : : ,; :
I No. 7" . ': iL" Unknown ... . ... ... : '. 1.83
00o SE W ft to Hii' .
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beg:N 525 : W i Block 4 lots 13-14 ,.':;;;i. ",:: 1 '
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420 S ft, E : . "Royal Palm Es- : ;.. .r .. ?. "
o : .. ; '.. "" ." >!.:_."'t'<'" tates No. 7" . s; !;:: Zac Tally Estate ; : ; ; . ''1.83
420 ft to pt of beg 5 43 29 : ; "
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Lots 3 to 3 Court : { _' :
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Etat View. . . .. .. .' Unknown .'.'. ';. ... :-. . 3.07 S-D of SEli of 'e :: ;*:;' : :: : '.. ; \ :

Lot 18 Court View ,'.:: .' Unknown . . ; ; : . 1.23 SWli . . .18 43 29<'. ?'.,:: -r'.... -. .

Lots 28 29 30 31 ..,, Lots 23-24 "Evelyn ,'. .
Terrace" . . Geo. A. Osborn . : . .
: 1.53
Court View . :;. Unknown . . . . 2.29
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"LaBelle Park" A : Lots 35-36 "Evelyn .'>: : .. _, .

SeD beg at pt 134 <' ''!:' [ r., :. Terrace" . . F, J. M. Simpson . . ..: ; 1.53

i' ft S & 1748 ft W ;'>i ? _'..::,;:1. :r"I.: ', Lot 229 "EvelynTerrace" ; .' ', .
'.! : '",, ; ,.. ; : : ;"" : ,, ..: . . '" '.'f.\'_::: '.\' Louise P.. Abbott . ; ... 1.53
of NE cor sec 5, .' ..
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.. :. ';. \ .: : 41J;, '.' SWli of SWli of .. -
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W 892 ft, S 1301 -. ; t.">.:. .> ."i, ', 1,'" '.. ,,' SEli & Sli of .t\r.1'i? : :: .... .. '. .
ft, E 1552 ft. N 892 j;: .:::' ',, : '. ....:. r. $- ::.- .. '.:: '
NWi of SWli of
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ft.V 660 ft, N 660 :. : ::.\: e ':., .:',,} .. ":. ,'." .
ft to pt of beg 5 43 29 :" .," .'" :..',,' :,r: ::.,,:::,: >:' >SE!4 . . .17 45 2915- James L. Taylor . . 2.90 "\.
N /2 of NWli of .
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Block 6 lots 6-7 "La'c.
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Belle Park" . :_ :! Sarah Hughes . . . 1.53 NEli & SEli of :
Andrews Addition to ...., c '. NWli of NE!. .20 45 29 30 James L. Taylor ... . 3.37
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S'.2 of SE} & NEli
LaBeIIe Park 5 43 29 '
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of SEli & Sli" of .
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Lots 10-11 Andrews :' e : V .
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CIJ Addition '.' ... . f. :: I. Unknown . . . . 1.53 NWli of SEli & ", -".:" :;
E1'2 of NEli of '
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Lots 12-13 Andrews ; .
0 Addition' . . Unknown . .'. . . 1.53 'NW 4 of SEli .20 45 29 145 W. W. Holland .\ .. . 13.24
,: "' :,. NWli of SEli of -
Block 9 lots 16-17 ':7: .
Andrews Addition '- .'i: : C. J. KIrk . . .;:. . 1.53 NEli . . .27 45 29 10 Alice Bruner . . ; 1.53
0 '- : Nli of NEli of NEli ,' .
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Lot 23 & Sof 24 '
Andrews Addition ( S. A. Luckey'. "....; .'". . 4.61 of SEli . . .27 45 29 5 F. L. Dunaway ?<. :. 1.53
,: Wli of W/ of NWli '
"Avalon Place" SeD >" ,'
-::: e' of NE! . .27 45 29' 10 Unknown . . . . 1.53
of lot 1 of EV of .
;:; NWli of NW..27 45 29 40 Stanley Grainger :. : . 3.55
; . 8 43 29 : .
: LotNE44"Avalon.Place '.. Della M. Shackleford . 1.99"Palmdale" Sli of SEli of NEli

;. of SEli . . .28 45 29 5 Unknown . : . . 1.53
a SeD of '
Sli of SEli . .28 45 29 80 J. N. Hall . . .. . 6.63
lot 12 of E'% of NE -

. . . 8 43 29' J SEli of NWli & N'r r.
Lot 8 "Palm dale" : B. F. Jilek . . . 1.23 ofS'\V 40fNW' .33 45 29 60 Unknown . . :. . 5.39
SWli of NE;4 & :
"Belmont" S-D of Wl'2 ,
., SEli of NWli .34 45 29 80 Unknown . :. : : . ..' 6.93
Ii.y Ii. . .
of NE' '.' 8 43 29 '- .
.' Beg NW cor of NEli .' '.'
Block 2 lot 22 "Bel- .
'Unknown :. .-. .-. . . 4,61 of SWli run E 520 ,.. : "
mont" . . '.
ft S to S line of 4o' : .:,. .
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Block 11 lot 12 "Bel- 4 .. :.1 ,* ", ;. :
mont" . . SophIa C. Moss ::.... : : . 1.53 NEli, W 520 ft N -'' : J c
o Block 14. .lot 1 -'Bel- ,' ''''::,'' ,. to beg . :. .34 45 29 16 Frank L. Franz . . 3.19

y mont" . . ': -'. Unknown . .'. ': ; .'. 1.53 SWof! NEli & N1'2

y l Block 14 lots 2-3 \ ,.',. -- .".,"i ;, : :: ......- of SEli . . .35 45 20 60 Unknown . . . . 6.16
"BeI n 1t" . :_,. 'Ihos. M. WooldrIdge .-: :.':'. 1.53 SWli of SEA of .
10-11 J J:'" NEli . . .35 45 29 10 J. L. Taylor . . . 1.53
Block 16 lots I. .
"Belmont" . .; C. A. Hires -.". . .:: ...-.'. 1.53 COy lots 3-4 . 6 43 30 84 Florida Industrial Company 8.18

"Adairs Addition" to ,.- ... SEli . .. . .22 47 31 160 Fla. Timber Lands Corp. 7.22

Belmont . . 8 ,43. 29,. ,f. ,' .-. All .. . . .23 47 31 640 Fla. Timber Lands Corp. 27.51 r\
Lots 5 to 12 "Adairs :" 'r.' -' All . . . .26 47 31 640 Fla. Timber Lands Corp. 27.51 ....
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(\. : Addition" . Uk". '. . .l. '. .: 2.29 E/2 . . . 27 47 31 320 Fla. Timber Lands Corp. 13.98 ,1./

.r' "Englewood Terrace" r ,,' '. "- '... NW!/I . . .23 43 32 160 Trustees' I. I. Fund . . 15.91
S-D of E'z of SW. ,. : ; N'/z of SV2 of SWli

& NV 2 of SE! . '. '> of NWli of SWli..29NWli 43 32 2'z Arthur Fishman . . 1.53
Sec. blot 1 "Engle- '.}/- : : of NE!4 . 6 44 32 40 T. H. Neil . . . . 6.63
wood Terrace" I, Unknown : ;; ; . :. '1.53 W/2 of NWli . 8 44 32 80 J. M. Kentzelman . . .. 12.04
SEli of SWli of
Sec. Clot 9 "Engle-
'J __ \ wood Terrace" 1nlmown : .. . . :. 1.53E SE1i . .. . .284432 10 Unknown '; :. . ; ... 1.53
f'. E. Sanchez : : : . 17,45NW' .
43 29 20 "Providence City"A .. 'l,
2 of SE; of SWV. .l1 ; l
.' ',. of NE!4V S-D of SW'/i! & 4if :!--.i-:. !:.;:: : :
.:,-. of Wz of NEV. of : '.' W" of SEli . .34 44 32 ?-J':' ; .
''''.,-' NE!4 ,14 43 29 50 Unknown . ;;. . . 6.93 Block 24 lots 343536 _
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W12 of 'NEi r o v i
4 of NEV 4 .". . +,14 43 29 5'S D. Lucas ; : . . 1;5RSE City" . . James De Sane ;... . ... ." 1.83
?. of SE34 of NE?4 .14 43 29 10 Lucille Chapman : : '. . ', 1.99 Block 27 lot 8 .

W3-4 of WI,2 of NE4 "Providence City" ., .' Frank Moore . .' . 1.53
Unknown . . . . .
3.07 '
of NEV 4 . . .17 43 29 14 Block 27 lot 10 .
S'z of NV 2 of N'i of "Providence City" Trustees I. I. Fund . :: 1.53
SE,40fNE!. . .17 43 29 5 Jesse Lewis . . . 1,53N'z Block 52 lots 30-31. \ ..' .

of Sof SE of "Providence City" Will Brown . ... .-. . : 1.53.

NW exc 425 ftx "Garfield City" A .
100 ft in SE cor .17 43 29 9 Unknown 1: .: . . 3.37 S-D of SE '. of .'
NI'2 of NV of SW' NEli & Eli of

of NW' . .17 43 29 10 Unknown ; ; . . 3s7NE' SE>,i . . .344.132 '

of NEV 4 of Block 1 lots 15-16 .:, .

4.,. .'. .J SW!4 . .. . .17 43 29' 10 Paul O'Bannon . : 3.07 "Garfield City" Carrie. Strong . . . 1.53
: EI'2 of NW 4 of NE 4 .. Block 1 lot 28 "Gar-,

\ ,'. of SW ,4 . . .17 43 29 5 Paul O'Bannon. .' -. . . 1.53 field City"Block '. .'. . Unknown'_ ... . 1.53 .
: ;, <. Beg NE cor of N1'2 3 lots 25 to 28 .

.'. ..... ";, ofS 20fSE; of J" "Garfield City" Annie Mattox :. . . 1.53
NE' S 147 ftV .j : Block 4 lot 47 "Gar- :.

1 330 ft. N 140 ft. I- .': .: field City" . Lavinia Fields Estate ''. . 153'
I'I E 330 ft to beg :: .> '. Block 9 lots 26-27 .

less road . .17 Unknown ; . . "Garfi .
43 29 1 1. .. 4.27 ld City" Trustees I. I. Fund . . 1.53 ....
Beg 343 ft W & 25 it .}." \. ",,:' Block 10 lots 17 to .--
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SE, of SW/4 . .25 45 32 40 Unknown . . . . 3.55 Block 27 Lots 19-20 0Clew1Ston .
S\Vof SE>/4 . .25 45 32 40 Unknown . . . < 3.55 . Mary G. Dahlberg . . 2.05 : ; .' t... ... ": f ..
S'/2 of SJfe of SW'A Block 36 Lots 181920 '
of NW/4 . .35 45 32 10 Oscar Luckey . . . 1.53 Clewiston . W. J. Ferguson . ... . 3.08 ,
NWi of NE/4 of Block 136 Lot 2
NW/4 45 32 10 Stafford Luckey . . . 1.53 Clewiston . Walter R. Tweedy . . 1.79
E'/2 of NW;/ of Block 138 Lot 15 '
NWl/4 .11 44 33 20 E. A. Winslow . . . 6.29 Clewiston . C. E. Shaw . . . . 1.79
E'/2 of SE of SE>,4. .11 43 33 76 O. T. Russell, U.S.S. Corp 18.43 Block 138 Lot 17 .
-11\ Elfe of NEli of NW,423; 44 33 20 Chas. Whitcomb . . 4.31 Clewiston . .:' '' ,'. _- C. D. Fitch . . . . 1.79
NE;4 of NE'/4 of Block 139 Lot 9 .
SEa; .27 44 33 10 Hannah Y. Slater . . 3.07 Clewiston . Mrs. R. Nt Sanders : . 1.79
"Lincoln Square Block 141 Lot 1 .
Park No. 1" A Clewiston . Bertha Mehring ... ; . 1.79
S-DofE/2 .35 47 33 Block 146 Lot 15 ., :,..
Block' 6 lots 1-2 Clewiston . -. Sadie M. O'Meara ; . '. .. 1.79 4 L
"Lincoln Square Block 152 Lots 1-2-3 '"
Park No. 1" < Hardie Brown. ... . . 1.83 : Clewiston . G. L. Espenlaub '''. . ,. 24.73
Block 16 lots 41-42 Block 156 Lot 4 .
"Lincoln Square ," Clewiston . Trustees I. I. Fund .'. . 8.74
Park No. 1" Trustees I. I. Fund . . 1.84 Block 156 Lot' 7
Block 16 lot 43 "Lin- a Clewiston . Geo. H. Heinz . : . . 1.79
coIn Square Park Block 156 Lot 21 .
No. 1" .:, Charlie Little . . . 1.84 Clewiston ". . .' Sarah Feuchtinger . . 1.79
Block 42 lots 1 to 5". ,. Block 156 Lot 24 '
"Lincoln Square :: .. Clewiston . J. W. Scott . . . 16.47
Park No. 1" '' Unknown . . . . 1.83 Block 161 Lots 6-7 '
Block 50 lots 9-10-11 '' Clewiston . ; Unknown . . . . 2.82 ....
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Park No. 1" :..Ella Griffin . ... . 1.83 Clewiston . :. E. L. Alston Sr. . : . 2.56 ,
Block 50 lots .38-39- .. :" ... Block 167 Lot 7 .
40 "Lincoln Square ', Clewiston . . Sarah Feuchtinger . .. . 1.79
Park No. 1" : Ella Griffin . .'. .. . 1.83 Block 167 Lot 25 *!
Block 55 lot 43 "Lin- :: Clewiston . Mary A. Kettle . . . 16.47 ;.
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No. 1" William. Twiggs . . 1.83 Clewiston . . r' Trustees I. I. Fund ;:. . 1.79
Block 77 lot 15 "Lin- Block 168 Lots 14-15- e: '
coin Square Park 16 Clewiston . Unknown . . ... ; 2.31
No. 1" ... : William Twiggs . . 1.83 Block 170 Lots 8-9 -
"Lincoln Square Park Clewiston . :- Unknown. . . . .7.46, '
No. 2" S-D of W/2,35 47 33 I Block 170 Lot 18 .
Block 21 lot 18 "Lin- Clewiston . ... J. W. Smith . . .. . 1.79 H
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coln Square Park Block 171 Lot 10 M
No. 2" .. Oscar E. Mclntire '. . 1.83 Clewiston . ? A. A. Wright '.' . . 1.79 .0 : f c.,
i Block 26 lots 38 to 42 Block 172 Lot 4 .. .. '. :
"Lincoln Square Clewiston J. W. Smith . . . 1.79 .:
.. ti"{'. Park No. 2" Unknown . . . . 1.83 Block 172 Lot 6 >::;
..,:. Block 57 lots 42-43 Clewiston . ,;.. S. Feuchtinger ... . . 1.79 .
"Lincoln SquarePark Block 172 Lot 7 .
No. 2" .. Lula Thompson . . . 1.83 Clewiston . . E. C. ,Cole . . . . 1.79 .:
I E% . . . .5 48 33 320 Trustees I. I. Fund . . 15.70 I Block 172 Lot) 14 S3ft ::,
il Garfield Park S-D of ." Clewiston . E. Feuchtinger ... . 1.79 ". ., \
NE'A -9 48 33 Block 172 Lot 15', .
Block 4 lot 46 Gar- Clewiston . Trustees I. I. Fund . . 8.74 :,, f
field Park ; Dona Chapman . . . 1.53 Block 173 . 10 43 34 "1 1
Block 7 lots 14-15 : Block 173 Lot 2 .,

Garfield Park __ Dona Chapman . . . 1.53 Clewiston . D. F. Woodward . . 1.79 ( eJ t
Block 11 lots 3-4 Block 173 Lot 4

Garfield Park -......> Lola Edwards "' '. . 1.53 Clewiston . E. S. Matteson . . . 8.74 -O tr 'i,
Block 23 lots 1-2 Block 173 Lot 15 :'

Garfield Park . Susie Dell :. . . . 1.53 Clewiston . v' : J. W. Smith . .. ;. . 1.79 ; ',
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Block 26 lots 25-26 ::-- Block 173 Lot 21 ( ',. .> ..'.'. '. = ;

Garfield Park . Trustees I. I. Fund . . 1.53 Clewiston . L. M. Harding . . .-. 1.79 pooo! :
Block 26 lot 48 Block 173 Lot 23 "1 00"!

Garfield Park Unknown . . . . 1.53 Clewiston . W. G. Ames . . . 20.34
Block 29 lots 38-39 \ Block 173 Lot 24 ., O

Garfield Park .:' r Annie Lee Kelley :. . 1.53 Clewiston . tUnknown . . .". : . 1.79 -
Block 33 lots 45 to 48 A. Block 175 Lot 6 i::c 1 d
Garfield Park Pearl Thomas . : : . 1.53 Clewiston . "." Block 38 lots 21-22 Block 175 Lot 8 '
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Garfield/P.ark Fannie McClaine . . 1.53 I Clewiston . J. W. Smith '. . . . 1.79
"Ford Center" A S-D Block 176 Lot 1 -

of NW/4 . .10 48 33 -, Clewiston . C. Thorpe . . . . 1.79 ftH
Block 1 lots 17-18-19 y Block 176 Lot 28

"Ford Center .,.. Lewis",. Sirmons . . . 1.53 Clewiston . HH- Hathaway . . 1.79 ftQ
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Block 8 lots 1 to 5 '., Block 176 Lot 31 -" 00
\ "Ford Center" . ,:. Trustees I. I. Fund . . 1.53 Clewiston . .. .,_ :.: i, E V. Hogben .,. . . 1.79 y
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Block 8 lots 32-33 :. Block 176 Lot 32 .' ,
"Ford Center": .' Henry Bankston . : . 1.53 Clewiston . F. H. Roach . : : .. . 1.79
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Beg at a pt 610 ft '., . ';... Block 176 Lot 36 '-.' -
I E of SW cor of (,. ._...',,'" .._. ',.; '. ..,r''r ;'. Clewiston . Unknown ; . . . 1.79 COO
sec 14, N 275 ft, J '. .",". ''::''. Block 190 . . 10 43 34 .
I East 130 ft, N 100 '.:;t::' "':. ; ; 'i: :.. .. Block 190 Lot 4 .. I_i
< ft, E 140 ft,. S 375 :. -':.: ", ,; .,<:'. Clewiston . Unknown . . . 1.79
f ft, West to pt of :. . '<: Block 195 Lot 1 00-
J. (:+.0'; : \. beg .. 43 34 ., 2 T. J. Geiger' . .. ... 7.42 Clewiston . 9 43 34 The Clewiston Company 1.79 O crft

Beg 610 ft East & .' Block 195 Lot 10
275 ft N of SW cor ',. "-'-.- .-. ." Clewiston . Unknown ... . . . 1.79 13
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sec 14, N 100'ft, ;' ..... :r J' : ... I Block 195 Lots 24-25 .
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1 E 130 ft, S 100 ft, ;' :',, I Clewiston . ... The Clewiston Company. 2.05 "
w ian ft- tn nt- nf 'i., ': Block 196 Lot 5 '; ___ 00t
begSWA :. :. :.14 43 34 % L. L. Lowe . : :: . 2.86 Clewiston . ..... B. W. Deen . . . . 1.79
of NWA of ,-. Block 196 Lot 6 ,
SW!; . . .23 43 34 10 J. L. Miller . . . 6.47 Cleviston . M. E. Vasloe . .*. . 1.79 O .

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SE'A . . .234334 10 Unknown . . . . 6.47 Clewiston . x M.. C. Smith . . ::. 2.05 :: =r.,
NWlof SE'A of Block 201 Lot 4 .
SWA . . .23 43 34 10 B. J. Waldo . . . 6.47 Clewiston . Claflin & Webster Garst 1.79 0t
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I'. & W/ of E'/2 of F. J. Tokieda-Clewiston Clewiston . S. C. Berenek . . :. 1.79 t--'
:, SE', of NWA .24 43 34 48 Corp. . . . . 25.24 Block 201 Lot 6 -
I W',2 of NE''t of NW 35 43 34 20 J. Lee Smith . . . 11.88 Clewiston . E. J. Malone . . . 1.79
i;: E'/z of SWA of SE'A.IS 44 34 20 Unknown . . ... . 5.99 Block 201 Lot 9
,r E',2 of SWA of NW V 5 45 34 20 Chas. A. Camalier . . 4.31 Clewiston . W. E. Votava . . . 1.79 7
; SE'. of NWA of Block 201 Lot 36 ; H

NE'A . . .13 45 34' 10 Chas. A. Camalier . . 3.91 Clewiston . S. C. Berenek . .-. . 1.79 ,!,
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NE'A ... . . .13 45 34 10 R. F. Lowndes . . . 3.91 Clewiston . 9 43 34 Unknown . . . .. .. 1.79
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W/2 of NE'A of Block 202 Lot 10 -_ ..

SE'A . . .17 45 34 20 Trustees I. I. Fund . . 4.61 Clewiston . F. O'Mera . .-. .--: . 1.79 00
W/2 of SW/4 of Block 202 Lot 14 .
SE'. . . .17 45 '34 20 Peter H. Hoener . . 4.61 Clewiston . M. M. Conway . . . 1.79
NE'. of NE of 'Block 203 Lot 17 -

'I NE'A . . .25 45 34 10 Ada L. Panton . . . 3.07 Clewiston .. . '. W. A.'Davis . . ... . 1.79
NWA of NE'A of Block 203 Lots 23-24 -<

,1, NE'A . . .25 45 34 10 Ed. & Frank Guarden . 3.07 Clewiston . .... : : E. Unknown . .. ;, . 1.79
: SE'A of NW% of Block 203 Lot 26 ft1

SWA . . .25 45 34 10 Geo. G. Renneker . . 3.07 Clewiston . J. W. Smith . . . 1.79
/{ \ SWA of NE'4 . .29 45 34 10 Trustees I. I. Fund ; . 8.18 Block 204 Lots 1-2 .
)' SE'A of NWA of Clewiston . 9 43 34 Unknown . . .-. . 2.05
SWA . . . 1 46 34 10 Geo. L. O'Hare . . . 3.07 Block 204 Lot 5 :
SWA of SE'A of Clewiston . C. A.. Pretzel. . : . 1.79
SWA . . 1 46 34 10 Trustees I. 1. Fund . . 3.07 Block 204 Lot 11 '
I E'/2 of NWA . .21 46 34 80 E. A. Winslow . . . 8.18 Clewiston . B. L. Rearden 1.79 :=
I E',2 of NWA of Block 204 Lot 13 .- ..
SWA . . 1 47 34 20 E. Beachand . . . 3.07 Clewiston . . Edw. Bonn .-.'. \ ."" ." 1.79
"Townsite of Clewiston" beginning at a pt on the south line of sec 9, twp Block 207 Lots 2-3 .) .
43, rg 34, 1752.5 ft west of the SE cor of said sec 9, thence north 235 ft more Clewiston . .9 4334 Unknown, .. 2.05
: or less to a pt; thence turn a deflection angle of 7" 33' right to the tangent Block 207 Lot .4 ,
,.; of a 2" 50' 11" curve (radius 2020 ft center ft being 250' east and 30' south Clewiston . M. L. Starke .. . . .. 1.79
; of the SE cor sec 9)) thence, on the curve to the right, 1500 ft more or less to Block 207 Lot 7
a pt; (bearing a distance of long cord north 28" 48'V, east 1465 ft more or Clewiston . Unknown -. . . . 1.79 ".
less) thence 24" 15' west 744 ft more or less, to a pt; thence north 18" 10' Block 207 Lot 20. .. .
east 651 ft more or less to a pt; thence N 63"; west 614 ft more or less to a I Clewiston . Unknown k . . . .1.79 "i
pt, thence N 24" 15' east 1580 ft more or less to the meander line of Lake Block 208 Lots 3-4 ',
Okeechobee thence, south" 18' east, 1115 ft to pt on line between sec 9 & 10 Clewiston . 9 43 34 W. A. Isaacs ; .'. . . 2.05 .' -
distance of 4,137.5 ft N of SE cor sec 9; thence south 64" 16' east 5858.8ft Block 354 Lot 25 .t '

to a pt on east line of sec 10, thence south along said line 1610.4 ft to Clewiston . .16 43 34 R. R. Roberts . .,.. . 1.79 ..ss.d ., ,.
monument being SE cor sec 10, thence south along east line sec 15, 2,720 ft Block 355 Lot 22 "? "
to a point on N line of Bahama St, thence west alg said line 4348.75 feet to I Clewiston . ; J;. W. Supthen . . . 1.79 .-'.':<.- ... .
east line of Atlantic Ave, thence south along said line 610 ft to S line of FJa Block 355 Lot 25 .'
: Ave., thence west alg said line 1,345 ft to west line of Pacific Ave thence N Clewiston . B. R. Payne . . . 1.79 ,' .
alg said line 610 ft to S line of Bahama St, thence W alg said line 1330 ft, to Block 355 Lot 27 .. .';. :: ; t. (,: .
W line of Olympic Street, thence along a line 35' west of an parallel to Clewiston . .-.: K. Carey . ; . ::. .: 1.79 <:
Olympic St 2720 ft to pt of beg. Block 355 Lot 28 '.
: Block 20 lot 10 Clewiston . :;:; H. J. Warner . .'. . 1.79 ..',.
Clewiston . Trustees I. I. Fund . . 1.79 Block 356 Lot 44 ," '
Block 2 2 Lot 2 3 F F Clewiston . '-J" J. Cahill . . . 1.79 ,
:1 Clewiston . r Eugene Feuchtinger . 1.79 Block 358. Lot 3 ,. .
Block 23 lots 20-21 Clewiston . 'Unknown . . . . 1.79 I
Clewiston . C. B. Fitch . . . 2.05a' Block 358 Lot 18 wwP :" .' .',.
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Block 23 Lots 30-31- .;.,'.'..": Clewiston . <;.". \ E. Lilyburg . . .. 1.79 .:''''.' .
.J : 32 Clewiston . Trustees I. I. Fund . 3.08 Block 358 Lot 23 -. '. ,\ :" '
i .. .: Block 27 Lots 3-4 Clewiston . :. ';;L*.. M. Harding ; '.. ; 1.79,..
I Clewiston ... ,.. 3: .Mary G Dahjberg} _- . . 16.73 Block 358 Lots 44?. '_ ; :; \

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CIcwiston . Henry J. Stevenson .1. . 3.60 Block 403 Lot 15 .
Block 361 Lots 6-7 Clcwiston . .15 43 34. W. E. Chenot . . . 1.79 Uncle Eben
Clewis ton . .. W. H. Bryan .. . . 2.05 Block 409 Lot 14 "When a candidate shakes yo' hand
Block 361 Lot 16 CIewiston . .If> 43 31 Trustees I. I. Fund . . 1.79 an' says 'How Is you?' said Uncle
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Clewiston .'. J. C. O'Neal 1.79 Block 412 Lot 4 Eben, "what he sho-nuff means Is 'How
Block 361 Lot 45 Clewiston . J.V.. Smith . . . 1.79 vote?' "Washington
Clewiston . E. Feuchtinger .. . . 1.79 Block 412 Lots 12-13 ts you /g'lnter
Block 362 Lots 28-29 Clcwiston . Bessie Schuck .. . . 2.05 Stnr
"Clewiston . .15 43. 34, Unknown . . . 2.05 Block 112 Lots 141516 -
Block 362 Lot 30 Clcwiston :. : Foster Meredith . . . 2.31
Clewiston . N. B. O'Kelley . . 1.79 Block 412 Lot 21 .' 11 NIN NININ;1 1 1 N 1 IIIN, 1N, N 1 11 N 11 1 N 1
Block 367 Lot 17 Clewis ton . r Wm. G. Ames : .'. . 1.79
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Clewiston . M. A. Farran . . . 1.79 Block 412 Lots 26-27 ::= SEA FOOD MARKET

Block 369 Lots 2-3 Clewiston . Unknown . . . .. 2.05 |:: LUNCHES *
Clewiston . J. W. Troeger . . ; 16.73 Block 415 Lot 40 : _

Block 16 Clewiston 369 Lots .13. .to. Unknown- . . . . 3.34 Block Clewlston 417 Lot. .23.. L. M. Harding. . .' -. .- 1.79 |::: J. G. MARTIN :|;:

Block 369 Lot 17 Clewlston . ... ... *
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Eugene Feuchtinger ; 1.79 NORTH POOLE'S GRO
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Clewiston . Charlotte E. Dorn . . 1.79 Block 422 Lots 19 to _;! FIRST LABELLE FLORIDA ::.

Block 369 Lot .24. . . 24 Clewiston . Unknown .-. :: .:. . 3:10: :% .11.N. .N.1 .*.
Clewiston . L. M. Harding 1.79 Block 424 Lot 24 ; .N.II.N.1..I.M.1i1. 1.1 .N.1 vI ./ N 1 N N 1
Block 369 Lot 26 Clewiston ." .16' 43 34 Trustees I. I. Fund . . 1.79
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Clewiston The Clewiston Compaay J 1.79 Block 446 Lot 35 'I
Block 370 Lots 21-22 Clewiston . .-. Unknown . . .. . 1.79 ..._r
Clewiston . 15 43 34 .. Violet J.. Reasoner . . 2.05 Block 146 Lot 36 _; ,. '
Block 370 Lot 38 Clewiston . .r; .!. Unknown . . . 1.79 ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
Clewiston . E. R. Button .' . ... . . 1.79 Block 4.48 Lot 13 : .p.. REQUEST
Block 372 Lot 15 Clewis ton ... ,', .:_, Unknown' ... . . . 1.79 I
Clewiston . C. Bodine :. .. . . 1.79 Block 453 Lots 10 to ; C. E. STEBEl.lElectrical
Block 374 Lot 2 : ... . i
15 Clewiston : 3.87
l Lillian S. Cook'
Clewiston . '.'-if H. F. Conway.' . . . 1.79 Block 453 Lot 33 :, :__...'". ContractingPHONE
Block 374 Lot 12 r: Clewis ton . :-' .<":-''; .' Unknown .,. . . .'. 1.79
Clewiston . Mrs. H. C. Avant . .'. .. 1.79 Block 495 Lots 12 to :.': -;' 2121
Block 377 Lots 13-14 :"/. . . . .
14 & 16 Clewiston 3.05
Clewiston . .15' 43. 34' R. A. Lily . . . .-. '.2.05 Block 498 Lot 10 .- ". :.: ... Unknown'- '., I IClewis I PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
Block 378 Lot 17 ton . .15 43 34 G. W. .. . . . 1.79
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Clewiston . A. Betzer .. ." ". ,. . .. : . 1.79 Block 498 Lot 12 I Agent for '
Block 381 Lot 3 Clewis ton . t M. M. Conway . . . 1.79 I GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
Clewiston . *,. E. A. Erickson. '.. ,. . 1.79 Block 4.98 Lot 14 : I
Block 381 Lot 4 I Clewiston . M. 1\1. . . . 1.79i AND
Conway RANGES
Clewiston . Unknown ... .. ..-. . 1.79 APPLIANCESCan
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Clewiston . D.B. McEachron . . 2.05 Tax Collector, Hendry County.

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