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Creation Date: May 18, 1934
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I ,, CLEWISTON, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1934. SUBSCRIPTION' $2.00 PER YEAH
i VOLUME 8, NUMBER: 18.
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CLAUDE PEPPER TO "GO SLOW, MARY" FATHER'S NIGHT
COUNTY CANDIDATES NEXT 110N DAY SCHOOL GRADUATIONSET

\ MAKE SPEECH HEREClaude ATP.T.A.FRIDAYThe
"Go Slow, Mary," which the
FOR OFFICES IN THE Ham Club is presenting as a ben- FOR THURSDAY

Pepper, candidate for efit for the Junior Class will be Parent-Teacher's Associationis

I given in the School Auditoriumnext observing Father's Night tonight: EIGHT GET DIPLOMAS
PRIMARY ON JUNE 5E. United States Senator, the seal now I
Monday evening, May 21st. with a special program at the meet-
occupied by Park Trammell, will visit
The play was scheduled for last ing to be held in the school audi-

STEWART FOR the Lake Okeechobee region this night but was postponed because torium at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Elta Pre- nl \.. KENT PENDLETON TO ])B...
L.
HOOKS : next week, and will speak in Clew- of the hearainfall.. witt, president of the organizationwill LIVER BACCALAUREATE
, REPRESENTATIVE;
ENTERS SCHOOL RACEQualification iston Wednsday at The program includes a Welcome

W. making an intensive'campaign Song, by the pupils of the 2nd and Plans for the graduation exercisesof
of W. Hooks as covering section of the state JUNIORS BANQUETSENIORS
candidate for school board member every 3rd grades. A report on Suggestionsfor the Clewiston High School are
and is bringing his own sound ampli- I the PTA work by R. Y. Patterson practically complete and include the
district '
from the Clewiston oppos-
ing M. E. VonMach, and the with- fying system with him. AT INN will be followed by a Report on Baccalaureate sermon to be given in

drawal of Charlie Lovvorn from the Mr. Pepper has been hailed every- the Achievement Test by Professor I the High School auditorium next Sun-

the M. G. Langford. Mrs. J. E. day evening, May 20th, and the grad...
race for representative were where as one of the most able speakers -
The Clewiston Inn was the scene ley will give the History of Beards-I I uation exercises on Thursday evening
in the political
new developments Ifiid of his
in nation reports
time for the of a lovely banquet Tuesday evening E. J. Rogero will give a vocal solo. Rev. Kent Pendleton of Ft. Myers,
to
situation prior closing indicate fav-
campaign tours a very when members of the Junior Class Pupils of the school will presenta rector of the Episcopal Church, will
qualifying of candidates, May 11th.
the of the
orable response on part tendered the Seniors the annual Jun- play "The Light Went Out." deliver the baccalaureate sermon -
The ticket will bear the following
to his
''Y voters platform. ior-Senior banquet as a farewell Following the regular business and LeRoy E. Disgans! of Delray
candidates for local offices:
\
here from
will
:
Claude Pepper come party.Covers. meeting a social hour will be en- Beach, a past Lieutenant-Governor of
For county attorney, L. O. Grave- to
he
plans speakat
l LaBelle where were laid on one long ban- joyed and refreshments served by a Kiwanis Clubs, will make the comm -'
I ly, Selden L. Stewart.
11:30 the day.
I For county commissioners: same quet table, which was beautifully,dec committee from the PTA cement address.

Districtl: D. G. Alston and C. E. orated with a centerpiece of rosebuds, Special music, the details of whichare
gerbera and ferns. Graceful frondsof not yet complete, will feature the

(111\J' Miner.District 2: F. Watts Hall, (Republican Automobiles BringIn fern, interspersed with white car- Safe Is Blown At Sunday evening services. .,

nations trailed the length of the The for the
program commence-
(. ), B. F. Magill, Herbert 63 Pet. Total table. Green added soft ment exercises is follows '
, O'Bannon, Gordon A. Perry. tapers a A. C. L. Depot By as :
glow of candlelight to the attractivescene. Processional-Mrs. Mark R. Law-
District 3: J. R. Doty, D. L. Mc-
Revenue of StateA ler pianist Lawson Jones
violinist. .
Laughlin, Mark Pool, E. L. Rob- Burglars MondayRobbers
The Senior class colors and Salutatory
green -Betty Spicer.
erts, W. N. Stallings, R. V. Hedges
white, were carried out in the dec- Class History-Mae Lily Stone."j
(Republican) summary of the revenue of the
orations and refreshments. At each who evidently used Class Prophecy-Richard Bestor..
District 4 : Solon B. Crews, Alto
State of Florida during the 12 month '
to blow the safe door
cover was placed a hand-made book- nitroglycerin Class Will-Van Bush.
Hires. period ending June 30, 1933, reveals -
let, bearing the program, menu and entered the A. C. L. depot some- Class Song-Graduates. .1.
District 5: F. L. Dunaway, E. B. 65.6
the astounding fact that
time during the early morning hours Introduction of M.'j
place card. At the girls' places were Speaker-Prof.
Fortson, J. E. Perry, Asa Townsend.
percent of the total collected by the
Monday, and burglarized the safe, G.
corsages, and at the boys' white Langford. .
For School board members:
state from all sources is received '
escaping with approximately seventy Address
boutonnieres. --LeRoy E. Diggans.
District 1: Jim Maddox, T. E. Mil- from gasoline and automobile taxes. !:
dollars in cash. Valedictory-Mary Louise ,:
George Bestor acted as toastmaster. Oglesby.
ler, Mrs. Margaret Reeves and E. S. During the $14,137,309.42was
year The 'program: The entrance was made by meansof Presentation of Senior High School 'j y
Royer. received from the 7-cent tax per .1
District 2. Drew Hampton, L. W. gallon on gasoline and $30,300.00from Welcome Climbers Roy Green, one of the windows on the east diplomas.
Howard. president of the Junior class. side of the office which was forced Presentation of Junior High School
I gasoline dealers licenses. The .
Response-Robert Hare, presidentof open. The bottom of the safe door diplomas.
District 3. :M. E. VonMach, W. W. automobile license tags, title certificate -
Hooks. the Senior class. was split in two places as though a Recessional.-Mrs. Lawler and Mr. :'
fees and mileage tax broughtin
Justice of the Peace, District 1, a total of $5,050,533.25. Piano solos, The Wedding of the pinch bar had been used to pry it Jones. ;

G. H. Small, R. J. Clark. Painted Doll, The Doll Dance-Miss up sUfficiently' to place the charge Candidates for graduation are :1
While gasoline and auto mileage Richard Bestor, Van Bush, Robert
I For State committeeman: W. P. Gertrude Balasok. inside. The belief that nitroglycerinwas ..
Andrews, D. G. McCormick.For taxes brought in $19,218,142.67 all To a Fellow-Mary Louise Ogles-. used is based on the fact that Hare, Cobti"n Moore, M. L. Ogles- :';

Democratic executive commit- other taxes, licenses and other by. the hole was not large: enough for a by, Betty Spicer, Mae Lily Stone and :

teeman: ... sources of revenue, Including federalaid Climbers-Prof. M. G. Langford. charge of powder or dynamite. The Louise Waldron.' 'i:

District -1. Dan Allen, C. W. Mc- road fund brought in only To Our Guides-Lily Merrell door to the safe was demolished by Miss TJertrude Balasok, sponsor .'...
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Donald. $10,183,080.87.The Wynn. the tremendous charge, parts of the of the Senior class, Is assisting the

District 2: J. 0. Davidson, S. A. ad valorem and personal Hail to the Faculty.-Richard Bes- fireproof clay with which It was Seniors w'th their plans for commencement :,.

Graves. property taxes, including real estate, tor. lined being blown clear across the ',;
free school tax, free text book tax, Good --
B. E.
Climbing- Herring. office. .
District 3: J. H. Booth, Sam Car- '
.
one mill school tax, pension tax, "Sez Winchell"-Evelyn Hare. The burglary is being investigatedby ::
son, W. A. Jones. Waterspouts Rare On
board of health tax, state prison tax, ,
School
f{ r' District 4. J F. Haskew. C. Hubert. song. special police of the A. C. L. head- Y

; E. L. Stewart, candidate for rep- and tick eradication tax bore only Music-Mrs. E. R. Fontaine. quarters in Tampa and by local of- Lake, Seen Saturday ::7

resentative Marvin candi- 6.6 percent, or two million dollars of The menu consisted of fruit cock- ficers. There are many indicationsthat
Taylor, :;.j
date for Democratic committeeman, the state's revenue. tail; green olives, celery hearts, the job was the work of an A large waterspout of long dura- ;-

district 5, and R. E. Burchard, can- ( Racetrack licenses and taxes, insurance I roast chicken and dressing; cranberry amateur, chief among them is the tion was observed by Clewistonites

didate for member state Republican premium taxes, inspectiontaxes sauce, giblet gravy, creamed potatoes fact that railroad offices keep only Saturday in Lake Okeechobee. The

committee, J. R. Doty for congress- utility taxes, inheritance and English peas, buttered car- a very small amount of cash on hand. I I spout formed a few miles off shore

I: ional committeeman, are unopposedand estate, documentary stamp taxes, rots, lettuce salad; rolls, butter; ice Roy Green, local agent, states that I about 12:45 and was easily seen from

their names will not appear on hunting and fishing licenses: hotel cream and cakes; coffee and mints seldom is there more than ten or Clewiston and vicinity. Those famil-

the ballot.Selden. commission licenses and fees, chain After the banquet, Mrs. E. R. fifteen dollars in the safe here, mostof iar with the lake report this as one

, store licenses, barbers licenses, rail- Fontaine provided piano music for the seventy dollars being personal of the largest ever seen,on this bodyof

road and telegraph licenses broughtin dancing which the guests enjoyed until funds of two of the local office men water.

,I Stewart In / only a little over four million a late hour. who left the money there for safekeeping Waterspouts are rare, but not unknown -

dollars or 14.6 percent. The U. S. The honor Another indication of Okeechobee and
: guests were Richard non- on Lake ,
i I County Attorney Race government federal aid road fund Bestor, Mary Louise Oglesby, Mae professional work is that the charge are a most interesting sight. Even

amounted to a little over two million Lily Stone, Robert Hare, Van Bush, used to blow the safe was several from shore the rush of the water up

Selden L. Stewart of LaBelle dollars, nearly 8 percent. And mis- Louise Waldron, Betty Spicer, and times the amount needed, and was ward and the rapidity of the move-

J has entered the race for attorney cellaneous sources of revenue were Coburn Moore. The Juniors ,present not placed near the hinges or lock ment could be discerned.
county -
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and announces in this issue $1,500,000.00, 5 percent of the total. were Lily Merrell Wynn, Emma Be- which would be the easiest methodof As the waterspouf drifted slowlyto

that he is a candidate, opposing. L. thea, Roy Green, George Bestor, entry into the safe.C. the west, a second waterspout ; !

\ O. Gravely, incumbent. CROPS RUINED Halsan Avant and Evelyn Hare. Fac- H. Berner has reported that a was in the process of formation_ at

Mr. Stewart has resided in LaBelle ulty members who attended were case and a half of dynamite was approximately the same location as

, since 1912; he has both Bachelor of HERE BY RAINS Prof. M. G. Langford, Mr. B. E. Her- stolen from him a couple of weeks the first, but an approaching rain
Miss Marie Williams have been the sourceof caused it to dissolve before it reached
I t Science and Bachelor of Laws degrees ring, ; Miss Gertrude ago, and might

I \ and was admitted to the bar ---, Balasok, sponsor of the Sen- the explosive used in the latest its peak.

,I: :. in 1927. He served as Hendry coun- A 3.58 inch-rain yesterday following ior class, Miss Eva Mae Green' spon- robbery. I

Ii :,; ty's first highway engineer, and from the 1.89 inches the day previously sor of the Junior class. Mrs.Fon No arrests have been made in the Two Boys Injured in

I ii, w 1927 to 1933 was a member of the and intermittent showers for several taine was also a guest. case.Castles .
Wreck Last NightMoore
..- .. board of county commissioners. days marked the end of the pres- I

F i 111 J );k Mr. Stewart is now principal of the I ent tomato crop in this section of

I :,.. LaBelle Elementary School and has Lake Okeechobee's farming area. ( Haven Democrat)

i been formerly principal of the Felda I From Bare Beach to Clewiston crops TT \ \ George Easteridge, of Clewiston
The Glades By
I 1 and the Ft. Denaud schools. He retains I suffered such an extent that pick- In } Marjorie Wallace and Nelson Morris received severe "

an active interest in educational ing has stopped with the chance thata I II nuts: about the face and bruises and

affairs and plans to give college edu- few late fields may mature laterin I cuts on the body when the Model T

cations to his seven sons and one the season. Lordy, ain't it hot? our dredges have steel hulls, and of Ford "skeeter" they were driving '

I'' daughter. The last car of the present season in the department at crashed into the headwalls of the .
Somebody asked one of the deck the 45 dredges
! Mr. Stewart was in Clewiston Wednesday I was packed Wednesday and packinghouses that time only 16 had wooden hulls. new concrete bridge just east of the .,
,
hands out on the Gulfport if he had '
pt:" soliciting the support of closed on that day. The bean The Sarasota was built in 1911, Three-Mile canal bridge shortly after
ancestors. "Not he said
any now, ,
I' voters of this district and calling on shipping closed last week when the dark last night. The boys were on
the Welatkain
"I had but I in 1914,
t some once used lard the Congaree
his many friends here. bottom dropped out of the market their way to the court house to attend j
\ to I and sulphur and they all died." 1926 and the Gulfport in 1913. exercises.The .
such an extent that brokers were the graduation J
'j I SCHEDULE FIRST HALF OF I I unable to advance picking and hamper Here are the promised figures on The Sarasota has 75 horse power, boys were not seriously hurt '

I 1034 DIAMOND BALL SEASON I II I costs. At present field roads the four U. S. Army Corps of Engineers the Congaree 160, the Welatka 1500 but were 'brought into town where J

through the muck are in no conditionfor dredges which have been; used and at that time the Gulfport had Dr. Draughn dressed their injuries. 1.

I May 14-Kiwanis vs. Sugar Co.- trucks to get through with heavy in these waters. They came from 750, but remember that she now hasa The car was a complete wreck. .

I Engineers vs. Levee Crew. loads, so there is no attempt to pick Washington, so we will presume themto new, power plant developing 1000 Lights are said to have gone out on

May 18-Engineers vs. Kiwanis- fields away from the highway.The be correct. They were compiledin ponies. the car suddenly and the driver lost

: Levee Crew vs. Sugar Co. 1.89 inch and 3.58 inch rain- 1929, and my informant assuresme The Sarasota averaged 100 cubic control of the car.

I. May 21.-Sugar Co. vs. :Engineers falls were recorded on gauges of the that they are, all conditions tak- :yards per pumping hour, the Con-

:: Kiwanis: vs. Levee Crew. U. S, Sugar Corporation's laboratory into consideration, as just and equit- garee 183, the Welatka 534, and the MANUFACTURING

May 25-Sugar Co. vs. Kiwanis here, and It is believed that the fall I able as such statistics ever are. Gulfport 1226. This item and the WILL START SOON AT PRISON

I Levee Crew vs. Engineers.May was heavier in the Ritta-MIami The four dredges are the Sarasota, cost were of course largely dependent -

:! 28-Kiwanis vs. Engineers Locks section. I the Congaree, the Welatka and the upon the type of dirt being dug.It TALLAHASSEE, May 17.-FNS( )

I : Sunrar Co. vs. Levee Crew. According to J. E. Beardsley 'who newly-arrived Gulfport. The Sara- cost Uncle Sam-or somebody- Manufacture of Florida automo-
started
j!I i June -Engineers vs. Sugar Co. I I has>kept in close touch with weather sota was the only 10 inch dredge nearly 26 cents a yard to dig with the bile tags for 1935 will be Farm, at

-Levee Crew vs. Kiwanis. records here for many years, this is owned by the Army at that time; the Sarasota, a little over 17 and one : soon at the State Prison announce-

..... ,Jf).. June 4-Engineers vs. Levee Crew the second heaviest May rainfall in Congaree was one of six 12 inch half cents for the Congaree about Raiford, according to an Depart-
Vehicle
:Y -Kiwanis vs. Sugar Co. 20 years. Growers are already mak- dredges; the Welatka One of eighteen 11 and one third cents for the We- ment from the Motor

; June 8-Le.vee Crew vs. Sugar Co.. ing ,arrangements for fall planting 20 inch, and the Gulfport one of five latka, and just a trifle over four ment. will be painted -

I. Engineers vs. Kiwanis. I and it is believed that all available ]I; 24 inch dredges.trhere was only cents for the Gulfport. And to carry The new license tags with black Iet7terlng

June 11.--Kiwanis vs. Levee Crew I land from Bare Beach to Liberty one dredge of still greater capacity, this cost-accounting out to the, grapfr\ it yellow

-Sugar Co, vs.: Engineers.. I Point will be iq cultivation this fall, ;, the 30 !Inch Currituck. All four of. (Continued qn Page 10) 'J' I ,






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CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY. MAY 18. J9W



ing, Martin Wunderllch. a St. Paul

News Review of Current and Jefferson City (Mo.) contractor, Howe About : CONFESSES HAVING

was swindled out of at least $50,000,

a according to the operatives, by Mead KIDNAPING RANSOM

Events the World Over and his gang, by the old-fashioned .

horse racing act. It was said Wun- Silerius' Third, Wife
derllch obtained the from
money Bre- -
mer, and this convinced the gang that Minding Your Business Chicagoan Is Trapped in

Bremer would be a promising kidnap American Waste the Bremer Case.

Green Labor Must Force 30-Hour Week- victim. .
William Says Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service.
. , ...----- Chicago.;-With the confession of
Heavy Goods Industries Against General WHILE the pursuit of John Dillin- ED HOWE John J. (Boss) McLaughlin that ho
his fellow outlaws was By
had handled $:;3,000 of the $200,000
Wage Increase.By being carried on-without success at SO FAR as my reading goes no one
ransom paid for the release of EdwardG.
this writing-three felons made a sen- has ever more candidly, Intelligently -
Bremer St. Paul banker
who was
sational escape from the Ohio peni- or fairly discussed the relations of

EDWARD W. PICKARD tentiary at Columbus. Armed with a married couples than Silerius, who 'kidnaped last January, federal authorities -

smuggled automatic pistol, they ter- lived near the time of the most famous in Chicago moved for the speedy

NOTICE is served on the nation that better homes, better educational facil- rorized IS ofiiclals and guards, col- outrage on women recorded in history : removal McLaughlin and three other

I work week will be ities and all that goes to make up a lected a shotgun, a gas gun and a that suffered by SabIne women who alleged co-conspirators to St. Paul.

forced on industry, by organized labor healthful and happy community life" rifle, climbed over the walls and fled were carried off by Invading soldiers. The federal grand jury in St. Paul

by the use of widespread strikes, if Elsewhere, the national labor board, In an automobile that was waiting out- Some authorities claim Silerius himself was asked to return Indictments charg-

necessary This Is the unmentioned specifically, was never- side.Randall was a general in the conqueringarmy ing the four with participating in the
theless Norvel, a life-term kidnaper kidnaping of Bremer '
,
dictum of William opposed. The committee concerned, and that a screaming
of added : and another convict, got out of In the meanwhile federal agents
Green, president Sabine woman was delivered\ at his !
the American Federa "It is our firm conviction that all the Southern Illinois penitentiary at tent as his part .of the loot. were searching for two men who are
subsequent in Chester by crawling through a sewer, supposed to have in
tion of Labor, and it procedure connectionwith As near as can be learned from the participated the
the-handling of crossed the Mississippi[ in a rowboat, actual of
causes consternationin disputes shouldbe kidnaping Bremer. These
of that this
time
vague history woman -
stole motorboat and recrossed to
the administrationas kept within the jurisdiction of the a men are Arthur (Doc) Barker and Al- -
NRA. Illinois, where for the time being they so violently courted became the vin
well as grave disappeared. third 'wife of Silerius and although Karpis, ex-convicts from Oklahoma

alarm In the country "The entire recovery program con- carried from her own country to a and members of John Dillinger's bandof
-
Green in templates the co-operation of industry outlaws, who have been sought
generally. strange with as
under RESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S. reply one by a conqueror, no
codes with
his addressto the NRA the kidnapers for several months. The
May day A to the attacks on Rexford Guy Tug- other preliminary than being suddenly -

--'---,'- workers, says the the United well, which were renewed by oppo- seized by rough invaders, she was so federal warrants which McLaughlinand
New Deal has failed BOTH States and_Great the three other in
men
custodyare
in
William Green made nents of the administration after the capable looking after her own in
to remedy the unemployment reply to Japan'sclaim charged with conspiracy to obtaln-
to sole WIrt story was made tereststhat, her abductor later marriedher
situation, since there are still authority to maintain in the indeed she became money in the Bremer kidnaping also
peace in eastern Asia and public, comes ; prominentand
more ,than ten millions without Jobs. Foreign for the name a John Doe.and Richard Doe,
Minister Koki Ilirota answered both form of promotion respected inhospitable city
The 30-hour week, he says, is the only with the assurance that intended the head of the brain in which her husband lived.In who are believed to be Barker and f. '-
available since if all industriesnot Japan Karpis. ..
remedy ,_
to observe the terms .of the nine- trust. He has been his memoirs Silerius gives the Im- r
yet under codes are brought under The announcement that McLaughlin, :
power treaty and to maintain the serving as assistant pression that his third wife pleasedhim :
them the will
resulting re-employment open door In China. The British note secretary of agricul- more than any of the others, to ex-legislator and former Democratic
not work these millions.
give to
was rather mild and Hirota's reply x ': ture, and is now advanced two of whom he was married with politician, of considerable influence,
Just before Green Issued this state-
had confessed
was held satisfactory by Sir John by the President 'elaborate ceremonies, and after very to handling part of the
ment, President Roosevelt had appar-
Simon, secretary for foreign affairs. to the newly cre- sentimental courtship. In writing of ransom money was made by Melvin
declined the
ently to Connery
support Purvis -
bill legislating a 30-hour week for all But Secretary Hull's statement was ated position of undersecretary his experiences with women, Silerius chief of the Department of Jus-
tice
industry; and General Johnson has recently sharper, being in effect that the United t of agriculture tells in a rather amusing way of the agents in the Chicago area. At
States -"- his be- gentle and arts his third wife the same time Mr. Purvis revealed that
abandoned as not feasible the, did not propose to consult ;. salary cunning
plan for forcing a 10 percent reduc- with Japan before extending assist- G.Tugwell ,ng 'increased from exercised in bending him to her will, Philip Delaney, thirty-four years old,

tion in working hours. ance, financial or otherwise, to Chinaso $7,500 to $10,000 a year. A new as- and I get the impression that she loved said! to have been until recently a, bar-

long as such assistance was not In sistant secretary can now be appointed him more sincerely than any of the tender In a loop hotel, was arrested

QRGANIZED labor Is divided on the violation of existing treaties.It who will relieve Mr.: Wallace and wives he acquired In a more convene with McLaughlin.

Issue of compulsory arbitration.The was reported In Tokyo that HIrota Mr. Tugwell of some of their heavy tional way. The other two men held by ,the gov- ."

American Federation of Labor' was satisfied with the British attitude duties. ernment are William Vidler and Mc- '

has declared that it will not be tolerated but was greatly concerned over Mr. Tugwell's appointment will have to What part of your attention do you Laughlin's son, John McLaughlin, Jr. ';,

and that it will not appoint Hull's note, ,which was a flat rejectionof be confirmed by the senate, and it was give to your own business? Say you When Vidler was arrested, $2,000 of

labor spokesmen to the Industrial re- the Japanese ,claim concerning the considered certain the Repub'ucanswould are merchant, lawyer, doctor, mechanic the marked ransom money was foundIn

lations boards now being created until maintenance of peace In China. Mr. take advantage of the opportunity farmer. What per cent of your en- his possession. Young, McLaughlinhad

General Johnson gives assurance that Hull Issued a lengthy exposition of to make fresh attacks on him and thusiasm goes to your business, and only $S5 of the ransom money In ,

these boards will have no power to the American government's position In his theories of government.The what per cent to politics, vacations, a safe deposit box, according to Mc-

arbitrate cases unless labor agrees. the matter. President also advanced Thomas clubs, automobiling, radio, moving pic- Laughlin's attorney. .

Railroad labor, on the other hand, Jefferson Coolidge, a Boston banker ) tures, welfare work, social affairs? Federal agents said that they did ,

announced a drive for amendment of WITH unexpected celerity the rail- from assistant secretary to undersecretary -- :Many a good business has been not believe McLaughlin or any of the .

the railway labor act which would way executives and rail union of the treasury, which position wrecked by its head man neglectingit three other men participated In the ':

give adjustment boards power to arbi- chiefs reached an accord in the wage had been vacant since Raymond for other things. It is charged that :actual: kidnaping of Bremer.

trate controversies arising: out of dispute, and the ,danger of a strike Moley stepped out. The higher per- one of the most notable of American

grievances or out of interpretations. .of was averted for another year. At the sonnel of that department is now being commercial enterprises is on the rocks Dr. W., H. Welch Famous

rules or agreements. Instance of President Roosevelt but placed on a permanent ,basis for becauao its head, in receipt of an enor- ,

without government Interference they the, first time since Henry Morgen- mous salary, neglected it for outside Pathologist, Is Dead :,->"

REPRESENTATIVE BERTRAND: worked out their own settlement after than, Jr., became its head. activities. The same principle applies Baltimore, Md.-Dr. William H.

York, minority the federal negotiators had failed to to those occupying fifteen, twentyor Welch, the eighty-four-year-old pathologist _

leader In the house, says the period of get results and Co-ordinator Joseph B. VICTo.RY In the conference was won forty-dollar-a-week jobs. Very few died at the Johns Hopkins h.

emergency the Eastman had withdrawn as,mediator. senate high tax bloc for ,
is over, so he and rest Americans mind their own business. hospital.

of the Republican leaders feel free Under the arrangement decided the house conferees accepted virtually s As first professor of pathology in )!.

now to demand that the emergency upon the 10 per cent wage cut which all the senate increases in estate A doctor the John Hopkins Medical school, Doctor -
connected with the
laws and bureaus be dispensed with. has prevailed in the railroads during and gift taxes, the capital stock and govern Welch brought to the United States
ment says that 71 cent of the hos- .
ant'liberal
per
the excess profits taxes com
An amazing phase of the controversyover last two years is to be gradually from the laboratories of Koch and
pital cases, now being cared for by the
promises over Income-tax publicity and
the New Deal thus comes to wiped out in the next twelve months. Pasteur the new science of bacteriology. -

light, The opponents 'of the adminis- Two and a half per cent of the exIst- consolidated returns. government were not cases, that in any He discovered, isolated, and lent .
The conference agreement was com way could be traced to the great war;
ing wage cut is to be restored July 1,
tration virtually concede that Presi- his name to the bacillus that generates -
another 2 plete except for the Couzens amendment that the Veterans' Disability act was .
% cent 1
per on January ,
dent Roosevelt and his advisers have hydrogen gas in wounds, usually
and the remaining 5 per cent on April adding 10 per cent to all individual the greatest steal ever put over on pro-
won their fight against the depression ducing death. lie also made dis-
the American many
1, 1935. income-tax returns next year.The people.
and, declare that normal conditions coveries bearing on malaria
dysentery,
In other words, instead of a 10 per house was to take a separate vote Here is another startling illustra-
have been restored hand.
or are at rickets diabetes
diphtheria intestinal
cent cut rail workers will have only a on this, and It was believed the sen- tion of the waste and dishonesty in ,
But the President and the other New poisons, -influenza, fungus poisoning
7V per cent cut prevailing between ate would not insist on it if it were American public affairs ; In this case,
Dealers deny that the battle is over and chloroform poisoning.
July 1 and January 1, a 5 per cent cut rejected by the house., In relieving twenty-nine men honestly
and assert that their recovery meas-
prevailing between January 1 and 'With 'the revenue bill thus disposedof entitled to relief, the politicians, relieved -
be continued in
ures must force. At
April .1, and full pay restoration after the senate finance committee began seventy-one not entitled to it. Roosevelt ReviewsU.
the same time they insist that they
April ,1.When. public hearings on the adminis The figures hold in everything else
are not seeking to change ,the Amer S. Fleets on May 31 -
Informed of the settlement, tration's reciprocal tariff bill, which in American public affairs. I have no
t ican system to state socialism, collectivism '
i New York. President Roosevelt
Mr. Roosevelt said : the house has passed. doubt that for"every twenty-nine dollars -
communism, fascism, and will review the combined Atlantic
"I am very glad that the railroadsand the government necessarily spendsin and
that what they are accomplishing is their employees have been able to the its operation Pacific fleets of the United States navy
for more than a year, seventy-one dollars '
"evolution not revolution.
settle their -"DEAD" from the deck of the light cruiser Indianapolis
wage dispute by mutual parliament came to are wantonly and villainously wasted. -
Thus most situation in '
a peculiar' agre ment. The country should'be, The for the, at noon May 31, the Third
I politics is created, and the man in, the life long enough to approve, by a vote only way government to
naval district
and will be
grateful to them for this announces. -
street is waiting interestedly to see of 74 to 2, the new Constitution and ,a properly balance the budget is to cut
disposition of what have With the President aboard the Indianapolis
might developed -
off 71 cent of
how It will be handled in the coming mass of laws decreed by Chancellor per taxes already levied,
into )
a troublesome contro-' Dollfuss since March S, 1933.: The new and wasted, Instead of adding new will be Claude A. S\vansonv

) campaign. versy. 1 congratulate both sides on Constitution abolishes parliaments and burdens. secretary of the navy, rind a small

: the wisdom and restraint which they party of guests.
Is a rather small city also does away with trial by jury.
have exhibited. They have The
fleets
seta will
HARRIMAN good I remain In New York
do not
know when
but it has presented just but some
't example. until June 17.
,_ the NRA with a troubling problem. ITALY'S legislature doesn't amount of these days I intend to confess I am ,

t' '. The town depends largely on the Harriman agents believe they have any more, but King Victor as tired of my writing as others are, .

t: Hosiery mills, and that concern FEDERAL a great ring of crooks Emmanuel opened its session with a and no longer hold on to the coat tails Iowa Chick Dealer

was ordered to surrender its Blue for the handling of money derived noteworthy speech praising the workof of the drunken world In attempts, to Told to Raise Prices

Eagle because of charges that it had from kidnapings, bank robberies the Fascist regime. Especially in- better it.
: andrll
his statement con- And in my final notice I think I shall Cedar Rapids, Iowa.-In a letter
violated section 7A of the national re- swindles. teresting was long
', They already from George R.. Smith
covery act. Within a few hours the ) have arrested cerning the necessity of increasing pay the people who have dismissedme investigator for
3 a the national
whole town was in revolt. Fifty-six number of men- and- Italy's armed forces to the extent that a good many compliments. Mil- commercial and breeder

merchants and other business' men, removed --' are hurrying to the country's pocketbook would stand. lions of them are admirable. My final hatchery co-ordinating committee,

t, their Blue Eagles and wired to others before theyare get "We sincerely and ardently desire message to them will be ; "Keep the Vance W. McCray, proprietor of a

Washington for instructions on what put out of the for Italy and Europe the longest pos- few good things you have accomplished chick store here, has been Instructed

to do with them. General Johnson <::,; :J way by members of sible period of peace," he declared and try' to accomplish a few .to raise his prices to such a point as A

was informed of the situation[ and rf v :"'l the gang, as has been amid thunderous cheers, "but the best more. All the comforts and pleasureswe will show a profit above all expense ,. :

t' sent two 'of his trusted lieutenants to j>, i; ':1. : S( done before. The ring, guarantee of this peace is the elliciency have came as a result of men suc- and above the $0.30 a hundred code c.' i.1;'!
:: > minimumhicli he has :
Harriman to investigate and endeavor !f'S'ti-'iik:: 'l it Is said, has been of our armed forces. ceeding in doing a little better." been charging.

to pacify the angry merchants. 1 Y;':'J/::1'tt* :', operating in Chicago, s *

t l1isi! ,. ..."/ New York, St. Louis, GEN HUGH L. SCOTT, former When I know what women expect, Ickes Backs Home
THAT a general wage Increase at Kansas City and oth- of-the army and one of the of men, I am willing to grant it. Just

time will hinder rather than John J. er cities.; One of the last survivors of the great Indian fight- how much attention from men do Subsistence Plan

aid in national economic recovery is McLaughlin first men taken into ers, died at the age of eighty years in women decide is proper? I have been Washington. Secretary Ickes an-

't' the contention of the heavy goods In- custody was John J. McLaughlin, for- Walter Reid hospital, Washington. In doubt at times. -:.. There Is In nounced approval of plans for a sub-

,,,: dustries, set forth in a report to Gen- merly a state legislator and a political Through all his last years, Scott con- my town n woman who is very strict ; sistence homestead project in the Salt

eral Johnson by George Houston, boss In Chicago, suspected of being a tinued vigorously his researches and she promptly resents the slightest fa- River valley near Phoeniz, Ariz. It

chairman of the durable goods Industries leader in the disposal of the "hot writings on the Indian[ sign languages miliarity" from men and frequentlytalks involves expenditure of$500,000:; on five

i committee. The report reasserts money." The specific charge against which! he had mastered during his indignantly of their boldness. or six separate units. Work on the

faith in the.comr1any union approvesof him is conspiracy In the kidnaping years on the plains. In 1930 he was One day I learned, from the private first unit will begin when the land has

emergency price fixing and atfacksthe Edward Bremer, St. Paul banker, for commissioned by the library of con- talk of the women, that a friend of been bought, Ickes said.

Wagner bill as encouraging Indus- whose release a ransom of $200,000was gress to compile a record for all time mine had squeezed her hand, and that
trial strife.A of this curious mode of expression.
paid. The federal agents were she was very mad about it. Later, Two Banished From

platform of "satisfactory employ diligently searching for William Elmer when I was in her company, the name

er-employee relationship" is offer Mead, a notorious crook, who' Is PASSAGE through the Panama canal of the bold wretch came up, and I felt Oklahoma for .10 Years

containing these three planks: thought to have directed the kidnap fleet of 111 vessels, that she would vigorously denouncehim. Oklahoma City, Okla.-Gov. W. H.
"A scale which on the way from.the Pacific to the At-
wage
compensatesthe ers. She didn't know I had heard of Murray has "banished" two Gary

worker fairly and generously with. McLaughlin confessed that he had lantic, was carried out successfully, the affront offered her, but I was certain (Ind). youths from Oklahoma for ten
in the ability of the employer to pay. handled some of the Bremer but not in the hoped-for 24 hours. The
ransom she would express a very unfavorable years under penalty of revocation of
"The establishment of safe and sat- and his time consumed was almost double that,
money, son was arrested
with opinion, knowing she was very paroles. The two, Nick Chabraja and
isfactory working conditions. which led the Tokyo press to declarethe
of it in
his
part pocket. strict. And this was what she Bob Marks, were sentenced at Normanin
"Confidence as It Is affected by factors The Bremer investigation movement was a "failure. The
revealed said : "lie is the most entertainingman September, 1932, to serve 20 years
other than planks one and two- that, a short time before the kIdnap- delay was caused by a heavy rain. "
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CHAPTER IX-Continued day luncheon. The "professional call Conrad have leased for the winter.

ers" who are the bane of every womanIn Mrs. Conrad was charmingly g\vned H. P. Alp, Poultry Extension Specialist.
-22- THIS Coleman Self Heacing Iron will
official life, and who go from h *ise In a Lanvin confection of pink one of University of Illinois.-WNU Service. save you more time and work than a
Mrs. Elarnmel stirred her cup of With the possibility that poultry and $100.00 washing machine! It will
save
to house either because they" are utter- the many beautiful dresses which she your
chocolate reminiscently."When prices advance strength...help you do better Ironing
ly idle, or because they are actually brought home with her from Paris, egg may following con- easier and quicker at lest cost.

I first came here," she said. hungry,. supplying themselves, In the where she and Senator Conrad spent tinued Improvement In business actlv Instant IJI f..no heating

"I thought I didn't want to have anything with unlimited tty and employment, poultrymen. cannot with matches or torch...no waiting. The
latter case, sandwichesand the summer. Mrs. Hammel, who has evenly-heated double pointed base irons
to do with the newspaper wom- A of afford to economize on brooder with fewer strokes.' Large glass-
cakes. scattering tourists been one of the first to welcome Mrs. garments
en. Miss Sharp wrote me and askedme fuel at the expense of death losses in smooth base slides easier. Ironing time it
and government workers from the C n.rads' Conrad, with whom she has many reduced one-third. Heats Itself..use it
for an Interview'and I declined! their chicks.
baby
own state. Ministers colonels, tastes In common, to' Washington, pre- anywhere. Economical too...costs onlyh0
to give it to her. Her reply was a (< an hour to operate. See your hard-
a judge or two, with their wives. In sided at the perfectly appointed tea Every year, it Is said, there are ware or housefumlshing dealer. If local

masterpiece. She told me that her short, the kaleidoscopic fragment of table.' Among the many distinguishedguests many instances where great damageIs dealer doesn't handle,write us.
bread and butter depended on getting: THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.
Washington life which confronts the were noticed ." done to growing chicks by not main Dcpt. WU306: Wichita Kans.; Chleaeo.' 111.;
something; about me, but that, after Philadelphia. Pa': Los Angeles Cab.;
all If her official hostess on her day at home. There was mOore, a great deal more. taining a fire In the brooder stove until Toronto, Ontario, Canada M30O
the
was beyond point.
all likelihood of cool weather is
The door was opened for these callers
couldn't real intervlew But that. was all that mattered. The
newspaper' secure a by a wholly correct butler fromRauschers' past or until such time as the checks:
with it would fake one. first hard weeks had been lived
\r me who was in great demandfor have started to roost. Puzzle!
If she didn't write that article-false through, the first dreadful mistakes
l or true-some one else would. If I "at homes." Anne stood In frontof lived down, the "features", about the It Is not uncommon that each spring Why Is a'-man so anxious that peo-

co-operate with the newspaperwomen a bright little fire, which glowed washtub and the cow forgotten. Anne there are several days of exceptional. ple should know what he thinks?

,under a mantel banked with flowers, had begun to "arrive." ly warm weather at which time'many
give them what they had a'
fl'would: 'to receive her guests, her golden hair poultry raisers decide to save on
recognized right to ask of me. as Vice .
wound like the brooding by discontinuing the
a coronet above curls expense
President's wife I'd never regret It Whitens Clears The
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which framed her rosy face, her slim CHAPTER X artificial heat for the chicks.: This unusual ,
If I told them anything In confidence,
figure supple and graceful under Its weather is often followed by
that confidence would be respected
to sheath of rose-colored satin. Neal, "I do solemnly swear that, I will sup.. cold and rain, and where 'the chicksare : Skin Quickest Way
In short that they prepared
were scintillating with cordiality sartorially not old enough to roost, they will
port and defend the Constitution of
help me In every way they could if I No matter how dull and dark your
perfect In gray trousers and cut the United States against all enemies crowd together for heat. This resultsin
would only let them. If I wouldn't, all complexion; no matter how freckled and
away, stood beside her. An immaculatemaid foreign and domestic; that I will bear some becoming too warm and oth- coarsened by sun and wind, Nadinola
sorts of false and sensational reports
would Inevitably about me. I the stiff, embroidered bretellesof true faith and allegiance to the same ; ers being chilled. Many outbreaks of Bleaching Cream will J/ "'.-.::;' .
appear her against her black coccidiosis have been observed under whiten, clear and smoothrghJz.j .
apron snowy that I take;: this obligation freely, with .,;>.
sent for Miss and had a frank : :: ::>
Sharp skin to new beauty, {{ ..
silk uniform, was hovering over a tea out mental reservation such conditions.It your .
talk with her. We've been the best of any or purposeof k' -
easiest
quickest, $
table, on which silver dishes contain evasion ;' and that I will well and Is always a ,good plan to encourage way. > -
ever'since. And she's Just at bedtime : ;
friends kept apply ; ( L. ',;:: -
her word-absolutely." ing tomato jelly sandwiches, angel food, faithfully discharge the duties of the early roosting, for when the young Nadinola, tested and .f :'

"Oh thanks Anne "I'll-" tiny frosted cakes, and tinier biscuits office In which I am about to enterso birds can perch above the floor thereIs trusted for over a generai'i": ::::
began '
stuffed with chicken salad, were scat help me God." less probability of ill effects from tion, begins its beautify"Hi.'M: 4-
Mrs. Hammel Interrupted."She ;
tered over 'an embroidered tablecloth sudden severe changes in the weather ing work while you sleep. 't ; .: 'f '.,
Neal, facing the Vice President, with > :y;< '
belongs to a rather Interesting other housing conditions being satis- Then you see day-by-day ; :;;)Mimprovement' --,
his back to the senate chamber stood
National '
Woman's
organization-the until your j .j't 1fjt.
editors do. beside Senator Brown, repeating the factory. complexion is all long | > s
Press club. All the society you : ; i:.
I'm going to ,one of their Monday words, a phrase at a time,' after Mr. The poultryman who cares for his for; creamy white, satin- M;: '> '

luncheons-jolly, Informal affairs-as Hammel. Anne, sitting In the sena- chicks' so as to save the greatest num- smooth, lovely. Get a large box of

wonder- tors' gallery, her cold hands clenched ber to laying or marketable age has a NADINOLA, only 50c. No disappointments -
of honor next week. I
guest
tightly In her lap.. colder chills of excitement lower: initial cost for each bird and is ,no long waiting for results. Money-
with ? It
would you like to come me back guarantee.
in a better position to make a profit
creeping and down her
up
could .be very easily arranged. You'dhave ,
I r whether prices are low or high. With
and
time and-well 'I think spine stabbing swiftly at her
i a good ,
1 14I
j It would be a good plan all around.Anne's ." heart, looked down at him with misty the possibility! of Improved prices, he Supply Always on Hand

eyes.It has an additional advantage over the Every'man's credit Is good when It ,
quick gratitude was so real .
that Mrs. Hammel was more touched was the opening day of congress, less efficient producer. comes to borrowing trouble.'

than she betrayed. and Neal had repeated: the oath of

"And of course you must start rightin office administered to 'a new senator Culling in Spring Is What TOLD
SHE
and! then, literally had taken his seat. "
making calls. Today. Diplomatic
Found to Be Good Plan
day. You'll find a list of the embassies Anne had not been to the Capitol WORN-OUT HUSBAND j

In your copy of the Congressional i since she had visited It, years before, Those who manage their flocks In : .

directory. If your husband hasn'tbrought on her honeymoon Journey to Washington the most efficient manner possible do I SHE his could fits have of temper-his reproached him"all

yours up from the office he's She confronted the doormanof not confine their culling to late sum- in" complaints. But wisely she

the'senators' gallery without qualms.But mer and early fall, but to a certain saw in his frequent colds; his
been remiss. Every senator'swife "
"
very 4'J Re) "fagged out, "on edge" condition -
has one,. with her name stamped, he was struggling with a persistent extent cull throughout the entire year. .,,' the very trouble she herself
mob which was striving to get Especially do they pay a good deal of :;<>- ; had whipped. Constipation The
neatly In the lower right-hand corner. past .t>;.. ':) very morning: af-
'Mrs. Neal Conrad' will look very nice, him, and which even ,hs! massive bulk attention to spring culling when the ;- :%\ pter taking NR

and grim manner could not entirely flock comes Into the peak production <. : (Nature, Remedy
you'll see. Only the ambassadresses, :r' ) as she advised ,

remember. The ministers' wives come J stem. period. Some of the birds that have ..:": himself, he felt like "'",'?'.::>..' ,...""...r.., ..
againHeeaiy -
. first to you. And return Madame Estavi's "Mrs. Conrad?"' he snarled peeringat produced heavily throughout the pre alert peppy cheerfuL .A f.::'i-; .
, I ,vious fall and winter months often safe,dependable,aH-..f.'f: ><:::(.'
"And of Course You Must Start her with suspicious bulging
call, of course. She's really a eyes. vegetablelaxativeandcorrec-{,. ;...2. .>
dear, though very shy. You don't needto Right In Making Calls." "Senator Conrad's wife? Say, thatdon't break down toward spring. They are tive-works gently, thoroughly ** >"
the individuals that could not stand ,naturally.It stimulates '
<
be afraid of her. Then go throughthe go down any more. lIe's got the eliminative ?.:
cards that were left you yesterday And, pouring the tea, bland, and benign three wives In there already." continuous heavy feeding. In some tract to comple te.regular ':

above the silver service, sat Mrs. Ham flocks, the percentage of these partial. functiozdng.Non-habit-
and return the calls of any 'cavedwellers' There was a titter of derision about forming. Try aboz.25cat f
ly broken-down birds is larger than In XT
who may be receiving Saturday mel.The her, and Anne felt her cheeks growing druggists'. s .
and Sunday. Monday go to all the "leader" In the society sectionof hot. others, but Invariably some are foundIn '

the Inquirer on the following Sun. every flock that are no longer profit- "
Supreme court ladles. Tuesday of relief for acid iadiga- r
"I will try to get some one to Iden- Quick
course you'll go to the congressional day was written by Miss Sharp. A I tify me," she said with a composure able producers.That "TUMS" lion,heartburn.omy lOc. '/

ladies If any have called on you. No? picture of Anne, surmounted It. This I which she was very .far from feeling. Is why spring culling is usually

Well, then, that's easy. Wednesday- picture left nothing to be desired ; I : a profitable proposition. As soon- as .
"That won't be
very hard a
neither did the headline "Vice Presi I merry a bird is unable to Its feed bill MONEY BIG MONEY
1 think If I were you, I'd go to see voice boomed behind her; and turning pay Is calling. to you. Increase your earning "
Mrs. Standish, the wife of the secre- dent's wife pours for Mrs. Conrad." and Its total cost of keep, and yield capacity. A card mailed to Wnde-Mfwle
suddenly, she almost bumped Into Mrs. :Products. Lake Worth,'Fla., will tell how.
tary of state. She's a perfect dear, Neither did the text which accom- Hammel. "Come and sit-with a small profit, it Is time for it to go

and you'll,. have such a good "time at panied these. dear. Delighted to have me.You my to market For rough figuring, one
you.
her house not much "Mrs. Neal Conrad whose husband's may assume that the feed cost of a ;
; you may get, I know Mrs.. Hastings, don't you-the CuticuraOiirimentSooflwsandJJeals
i farther Then has hen is only half of her total cost of ,
i anyway. next Thursday recent appointment to the senate speaker's wife?-You and Mrs. Stan-

c C If 1 were you, I should receive again been a matter of national Interest, dish are friends already, of course. Now keep. To pay her way, therefore, as-

[:, myself. And-er-do It right After made her bow to official society In then-right down there on the left- sume that her egg income must be

I l\\ that, you ought to receive and make Washington last Thursday, at the delightful no, not In the front row. Those are twice as large as her feed bill before .

't calls on alternate Thursdays, till you'vebeen reception which she gave In the seats reserved for Mrs. Shaw. But any profit can be derived from her.- skin irritations quickly and easily.

--r-. :-- : the rounds. But this time, I'd the charming residence on New Hamp- the ones directly behind." Wallaces': Farmer. Let it be your first thought in treat.fag *

.J M -erMrs.. Roper and Mrs. Ranger shire avenue which she_ and Senator (TO BE CONTINUED.) itching, burning affections, eczema '

will tell every one they see, of course, Color of Poultry SkinA pimples and other disfiguring .

about yesterday, and next Thursdayyour p" # &5i& P P dealer In market poultry once blotches. No household should be I.

house will be packed with
people stated that in his opinion the Amer. without it J
who've come to see If National in tfBAi "
they were told Dictionary of Biography ican preference for yellow legs and

the truth. And my. what a disappointment Price 25c and 50c 5K
skin was based on the undeniable fact
Picture Form in British CollectionPeople
they'll get. Mrs. Hammel
"
gave
that a fowl with good yellow legs and Sample free Address: "Cuticura,"

I vent to hearty laughter.' "I'd like to who are Inclined to do what portraits may be studied for their artistic skin was Invariably a good bird In Dept. 15S, Maiden, Mass. '

he there myself, my dear, to see the Henry James called "paten It with value; all of them have an In- good health, while If one let hIs color

,.., fun. If I can possibly make It, J purple" are fond "of referring to Westminster terest which tends to rise beyond that preferences guide him in the other di-
"
;' ; shall be. abbey -as "our national Valhalla scale of appreciation No. one goes to rection, he was quite likely to get a NEVER FELT BETTER

She rose and kissed Anne on the If really wish to the National Portrait He.
but they establish gallery to studyart i poor chicken. thought the preference -

: cheek. contact with the personalitiesof for art's sake ; here Is art forI I for white skin must help the sale SINCE SHE LOST 39

"Run along now, and get to work, the past they would do far betterto life's sake. And, as one of the most of poor poultry wherever It existed.

I my dear," she said. "I've lots of con betake themselves to St. Martin's acute and searching of our younger Without taking a position for or POUNDS OF FAT

fidence In :you." lane and the National portrait I gal: writers was recently reminding us the against the possible value of the presence .

: This confidence was not misplaced. lery. So another stage Is reached In highest of all arts Is the art of living In the meat of a fowl of elements "Three months ago I started using

Doggedly even as she bad scrubbed the steady growth and Increasing; significance Itself, for It Includes all the others. which determine the color of Kruschen and weighed 201 Ibs. Today

floors and taught school doggedly, of collection that At the National Portrait after starting my 4th jar I've lost 39
Anne a began gallery we skin, fat, or plumage, sufficient lbs and am in perfect
calls. set to work to pay her official with 56 portraits in 1S."G. arrived at look on the likenesses of men and grounds exist for scientific study"of condition really I
But
: Neal came home on the Its present home adjoining the National women \\ 110. in one way or another, the matter; and that breeders of the never felt BOwell.."
street
I cars from the senate office In 1SOG. and were the artists who :Mrs. B. C. Terry,
building, andthe gallery now Includes managed to excel black breeds of meat type might well
children walked Tampa, Fla.
home from school, so that she would nearly 3.000 pictures of men in the greatest and most variedart give it their attention. Don't stay fat and

not have to go for them. It was barely and women who, In some memorableway of all.-Manchester (Kng.: ) Guard unattractive not

half-past three the helped to shape the fortunes Ian. Chickens Need Water when it's so easy and
next
Thursday traditions, and thoughts of the British safe to get rid of dou- ,
when as Mrs Hammel had predicted. works of The Gregorian Plenty of clean fresh water should ble chins, ugly hip-fat '
Calendar
As -
callers people. art some
Anne's began to. come. The be available for chickens;: at all times. and unbecoming
polite ambassadresses instantly returnIng of them are not of specially high The Gregorian calendar was adopt Chickens: don't swim but they do get plumpness on upper arms-at the same
I -.> 'thelr.official visit. The merit, but the human and historical ed by' England and her colonies In 1752 time build up strength and increase vi
: :r., court ladies, whose Supreme value Is hardly to be overestimated Dates about that time were reckoned thirsty as well as hungry, and a chicken tality-feel younger and keep free from
( program was not Is always hungry, .no. matter how headaches, indigestion, acidity, fatigue
'fi' yet full. Mrs. Here Is something which might; be In two ways-"Old 'Style" and "New
: very Standish. always I much It Is fed. For a flock of 75 to and shortness of breath.
sweet, efficient and poised. The excitement described as a dictionary of national St 'le." Thus Washington's; birthday 100 hens there should be a 10 or 12 Just take a half teaspoonful of Krus-

eaters and! curiosity seekers biography (In picture form ; used to be given for two different chen Salts first thing every morning ina

regaled by Mrs. Hoper'anfl Mrs. here are some of the notables who dates.; The Gregorian calendar was quart pail or trough. For larger'' glass of hot water. If not joyfully
flocks larger containers are necessary.Rven satisfied with results cf one 85 cent jar
Ranger. Miss Sharp and helped to make our past-monarchs. not adopted by Japan until 1873
I several other by : baby chicks need! water. They (lasts 4 weeks) money back from any
members of the Woman's National poets, soldiers, actresses, court favorltes the Chinese I In 11)12.) by Tiifkey In 1017, drugstore the world over. But make
with to
should be provided a place get
Press club who had been most agreeably novelists, statesmen, and by the Russians In 1018. by Rumania sure you get Kruschen-the SAFE way
without the danger of falling
drink
Impressed by Anne when' she hart iJ'vlnes-as they were seen by; their In ini'.J and by Greece and Greek II a to reduce.
In and dro"ofng.
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rome, with Mv% Hammel to their Mon own contemporaries Many of the church In 1023.


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The Clewiston News old was soundly spanked to keep him Political Announcements SECOND OF BRIDGES drunken automobile drivers, and

quiet in the courtroom. JusticeIf NEARING COMPLETION other what-nots of a general law
that's what It Is called-must not
practice, to come over from Moore
Clewiston
Published Friday in ,
every
be outraged. FOR COUXTY ATTORNEY (Moore Haven Democrat) Haven Wednesday and prepare
the CLEWISTON NEWS,
Florida, by
Here is a perfect illustration or Drainage District affairs for
Pouring of concrete in the floor the rainy
Inc. why the police and the courts in the of the second bridge north of State season now upon us. As he is leaving

Keathley Bowden, Editor United States are held in low pub- I hereby announce that I am a can- Road No. 25 on the gap between immediately for a month's vacation

lic esteem. Politicians, police and didate for the office of County At- Smoak's Corner and that highway on in Pittsburg and vicinity he was ...rff.'t\
judiciary play games of drop the No. 67 of busier than the proverbial .
torney subject to the Democratic was completed on Friday paper-
Entered as second class mail mat- handkerchief with bandits, thugs,
Primary of June 5, 1934. last week and the hand-rail on the hanger.
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post racketeers and plug-uglies. Then they
I have been principal of the Ft. I first bridge was poured Wednesday Chas. E. Lear dropped In to pay
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under turn around and persecute women
Denaud, Felda and LaBelle Gram morning, making two of the five his Occupational License Tax for the
the Act of March 3, 1897. and children who cannot defend
mar schools. Of course I am Interested structures virtually complete. These business of selling men's suits and

year. themselves. Let it never be sale in the schools. I served Hendry two bridges are two-span structures, shirts he has conducted for so manyyears
Subscription rate" $2.00 per that they quail before a woman or
county as a County Commissioner for one forty feet in length and the In Clewiston. Ask the next
Advertising rates on application. child! They have their duty to
per- six years. During that time we avoided other fifty feet. solicitor that talks to you to show
form If they cannot protect citizens -
advancement and costly law-suits, had harmony, Pile driving you his license.
Devoted to the at least they can harry and annoy was begun yesterdayon
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry them.-Christian Science Moni markedly reduced taxes, and kept finances the bridge across Nine-Mile Canal Jim Beardsley reports most of

County. tor. In an excellent condition. This structure is 60 feet in the tomato and late vegetable crops

While on the Board I had a great length and will consist of three 20- "washed up" by the rains of the last

deal of first-hand experience In the foot spans. Concrete work on this few days. In his mail, from F. E.

Most of us, albeit unconsciously, application of our law to counties. structure will not begin for about Williamson, formerly of Clewiston,

have observed National Cotton week THAT MAX IX GEORGIAA Few lawyers have specialized in this two weeks, according to Engineer was a letter telling how most of .the

this week.: -- type of law as I have. I am thoroughly Jimmy Brewer. Kansas wheat crop was now "washed

quaint story from Washington: }; familiar with Florida law as it up" from lack of rain.
It is about down in The structure across the main
a man Georgiawho
Headline writers are having a to
I applies County Boards, and I feel
hard job thinking up new ways of sent a check]; for $20 to the Col- confident that I can advise our feeder canal is the only one remain-

saying "Dillinger Escapes Law." lector of Internal Rcvnue. He e:;- County Board competently.I ing on which" no work has been doneas
plained he had no taxable Income, but yet. The pile driver will move SATURDAY LAST DAY TO PAY

"I am proud of our Government and respectfully ask for your vote there as soon as it finishes the Nine- POLL TAX REFOIIE.1'IiiMARY ,
Storms of dust from the Midwest I and support.
feel that we should all put our shoul- Mile bridge piling.No .
down New York SELDEN L.
settling over may STEWART.
ders to the wheel at this particulartime. further work has been done TALLAHASSEE, May 17.-FNS)
have been just political clouds. Itwouldn't (Paid Political Adv.)
be the first storm ever ." by the FERA as yet to complete the -Registered voters of the state are

brewed by a political campaign.The We're glad to meet this man from hard surfacing on the gap but it is reminded that Saturday, May 19, is

Geqrgia. We all know important FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI thought that if the work is not done the last day on which they may pay

citizens who cannot understand how by the time that the bridges are ready
nation heaved a heartfelt sighof their poll taxes and qualify to votein
anyone would pay a cent of taxes for use the Road Department will
relief Tuesday to learn that June< am a candidate for re-election as the primary elections. Men and
Robles and William F. Gettle had that he could possibly evade by; county commissioner in the Democratic finishing the surfacing. I women over the age of 55 years who

been returned to their families. A hook or crook. Wiggins, for example, Primary, June 5th. register according to law are exempt .

real celebration to the two mothers: or Mitchell, or a lot of others who If elected, I will continue to give from poll tax payments as are those \",.

that had been postponed a few days burned the midnight oil devising; the same fair, impartial and unselfish CITY HALL NOTES who have just reached the voting 'I 1
schemes of beating the
government. service. age and will cast their first ballot.
To those the down in
man Georgiawill You are invited to investigate my Frank A. The number of registrations, whichIs
Sheriff Lawrence of Palm Beach: seem quite quixotic, probably Dougherty, HendryCounty's
record in public office. the greatest of any off-year election -
county must have ben dismayed to But of who go-get-'em Tax Collector has
queer. many us may
DAVE G.. ALSTON. in the history of the state, is not
read In a neighboring paper that the have rather
handsomely made his
approved regular visit this week on
(Paid Political Adv.) necessarily an indication of the number -
sheriff: had sent his check for 1$25 ourselves in contrast with the
once
Wednesday, and is bearing down in of votes that will be cast.
to add to "the fund that California bankers will --
great drop our smug-
Personal Secretary of State Robert A. Gray
person on Tax collections.
sheriff started" for a Dillinger reward ness in the presence of the Georgian. FOR SHOOL BOARD MEMBER
His ambition is to bring collectionsof estimates a primary ballot of approximately -
Et tu, Brute! Call it sentiment, call it sentimentality -
Personal Tax up to the 100 percent 200,000 on June 5. The
i if you will, there is the stuff I have announced my candidacy, level he has attained with the Oc estimate Is based on tabulations of
Clewiston folks will get their wish-
of patriotism in this votive offering.
for school board member of Hendry cupational License Tax. If he registrations compiled in the secre-:
c ado n
er-for opportunity of finding out Kipling said it: "You're a better
county.. I1[. E. VON :MACH this, Hendry county's tax collections tary's office.
-
for themselves how "hot" '
just this
man than I am, Gunga Din. St.
(Paid Political Advertisement
)
will look mighty good, as our -
fellow Pepper is. He will give a Louis Post-Dispatch.

campaign speech here at 4:30 next automobile license situation is already l- .....................'........................................................................
Wednesday, and unless all reports are FOR REPRESEXTATIVE admitted by State ComptrollerLee ...

wrong, we will hear some real ora- THE REAL "GREETER" to be the best of any county in I
tory. the state. Governor Dave Sholtz has
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for State Representativefrom offered'$100 (NOT bozine) prize to Good FarmLand i
Some towns have official greeters,,
We have noted lately a rather per- who meet important personages with Hendry county, subject to the the County Tax Collector' turning in I

sistent note of pessimism on the editorial the more or less stereotyped greetingand will of the voters in the June pri- the best percentage of his Personal
mary 1934.Experience. Property Tax, and has pledged the
page of what used to be on'e welcome to the town. Every

of the most optimistic exchanges. At town has greeters' who are entirely is valuable, and if I fullest co-operation in making sure

first we were at a loss to accountfor unofficial, but who contribute to a am elected to this important officeI that everybody in the state pays his
it and still for will be able to use to a great advantage share, with no favoritism and eras
that .
are matter.
very large degree to the esteem
or
n for Rent
the
But much can be understood and for- dislike in which the general public experience I gained as ions. Let's keep Hendry County u
your representative in the 1931 session in front.
given by remembering that on that : holds the town. These greeters are of the
Legislature, when the
James M. Couse Co-Receiver with
,
same editorial page in the past few. the clerks in the stores, the helpersat questions of gasoline tax division, iI i

months has been chrOnicled: the the filling,stations, and the countless race track tax' division, and other Jim Beardsley of the Clewis I
deaths of at least I Drainage District, took time off between H
a half dozen citi- employees of various businesseswith equally important questions camebefore

zens who meant much to the com- whom the stranger comes in the Legislature. divorce cases, defenses o I <"<,#\
'
munity, the paper and the editor. contact.A I believe that the next session :"

Those things must come to all In will be the most important in the I
stranger looks, it is true, at
NOTICE
varying degrees, but seldom does the history of Florida, as there is boundto Trespassers
the parks, the homes, the schools, be
legislation
Grim Reaper persistently ,strike the concerning Fin-
beloved of any community to the extent I the churches. But he does not care ance, Taxation, Bond Settlementsand Notice is hereby given that the Will Be
altogether for these material things. School Relief. I feel qualifiedo undersigned as Special Master in
that it has in this case. The editor -
He stops for service, for lunch or to serve you in such matters, and Chancery by virtue of a final decree I ProsecutedThe
himself may: be unaware of the make a purchase and he is impressed will appreciate your vote and influence heretofore entered in the Circuit -l I i
fact, but we cannot help but arriveat throughout the Court of the twelfth judicial
either favorably or unfavorably,, campaign.
the conclusion that the sorrow ELBERT L. STEWART. circuit in the matter of Ruth 1 1.
with the courtesy and friendlinesswith :
cast by these sad deaths has temporarily Beardsley joined by her husband
which his wants are filled. He (Paid Political Advertisement) ..
: shadowed his usual cheerful James E. Beardsley Vs Theodore I ....
attitude toward life.RECKLESS is the city's guest, and unless he iso is I Gottlieb and others will on the 4th

treated by the clerks with whom t I FOR COUXTY ATTORNEY day of June offer for sale at the I

: DRIVERS he transacts his bit of business, he Court House in LaBelle, Florida the II I

feels that he is an unwelcome guest. following described property in Hen- II:
TO THE PEOPLE OF dry County: Lot 1 Block 159, 1 lot
Much has The same thing is true of the business
been said about reck- HENDRY COUNTY I
: 12 Block 162, Lots 22 and 36, Clewiston I
less driving, and much has been ac- establishment itself. The cus Florida. Clewiston i

complished by the state in -safety tomer may be the town's oldest resident I hereby announce myself as a Said Sale being made to satisfy

campaign inaugurated by Governor and the store's oldest patron, candidate for the position of County the terms of said decree.H. .

Sholtz to reduce the alarming number but unless he is given a welcome and Attorney myself.I of. Hendry county to succeed A. RIDER, Company:

<' of highway accidents in Flor- prompt and courteous service, he was appointed Special Master in Chancer.

; ida. But there is room for improve- feels that his asking for service thereis County Commissioners attorney of this for the Louis O. Gravely,

ment locally. ever an imposition.well-stocked The store may be upopn the present board taking County Solicitor 11-18-25-June for Complainant.May 1. .....'It.....................................................................................y..
Certain drivers, most of whom are so the goods ever office. Later the commissioners appointed -

employed as drivers by business concerns so well-advertised, but if the clerk \ me as Prosecuting Attorney ,

are still to be classed as reckless waits on the customer as though tho of the County Judge's Court of I '

,, drivers. deal were an interruption, the customer this County to succeed Mr. Selden

It is not enough to be watchfulof will not enjoy shopping there. L. Stewart. Immediately upon assum- SORE
does ing the duties of that office I noti- N
Courtesy pays, so friendliness EAR
your own driving. If you employ
fied the
;
County Judge of this Coun-
It is a town much-blessed MONEYYOU
another in the capacity of driver of that i is ty that I would waive the conviction :

car or truck, it is up to you to see known as a "friendly" town. fee of $5.00 allowed me under the I I

that his driving is within the law. law for each conviction or plea of

Should your car or truck be involved guilty and'I have therebby saved the can learn Bookkeeping, Banking, Shorthandand

in an accident while on bus STRAW VOTE SHOWS PEPPER Peoplpe and the County several thou-
Typewriting at home in half the time and at
iness for you, the financial respon A "L.XDSLIDE"1XNEH sand dollars. ,

sibility of the vehicle would be yours. Since my appointment as County one-fifth the cost of attending a business college.

Employers can do much in this Tallahasse, May 17. (FNS)-A Attorney by the Governor I have represented -

respect to aid law enforcement of straw yote on the race for the United and the the County Commissioners You can complete the course in bookkeeping or "

ficers and to reduce the number of States Senate conducted here re deal of litigation School Board concerning in a bonds great banking ,and receive your diploma in two months. '


..'. accidents.SO. cently termed resulted a "landslide"in what for might Claude bo and in the so Supreme far have won and every Circuit case.Courts You can learn to write over 100 1 words a minute in

Tins IS THE LAW! Pepper. In conclusion permit me to say shorthand in less than two months, and you can become

The vote rans as follows: Pepper that I have always been a Democrat

r.. For weeks the law has been defiedby 121. Trammell 25, Wells 5, Sikes 3, and have never in my life bolted my an expert, rapid typist in six weeks.A .

.. John Dillinger, murderer, who Mitchell 0. The straw ballot, of party.YOUR small down payment and easy monthly terms

,: escaped from a so-called jail with a course, is not particularly significant. I VOTE AND INFLUENCE
WILL
BE .
APPRECIATED. will started immediately. Complete satis-
wooden gun and since then has beenroaming Indications point, however, tostrong get you
LOUIS
z;.:" at the country. The police of Pepper support throughoutthe (Paid Political Advertisement O. GRAVELY.) faction and a good position guaranteed, or your
least
r ; four states-Indiana state. Pepper's
r Wisconsin and Minnesota-, have Illinois. Jacksonville recently, when reception he talkedto in -- tuition will be refunded in full. Send ten cents in

i.> been bandit.made to look silly by this one 3,000 enthusiastic applauders, has \\ntc.hes.Clocks. Jewelry coin or stamps for complete descriptive literatureof
caused
. dopsters to
.. In New predict a heavy Rear or the in which interested. Do it
York are
-on the same day vote for the Capitol City orator in courses you

e..' that Dillinger eluded police in Wisconsin Duval county. Clewiston Drug. Company today.

'. -a child with a toy hoe A "Pepper for United States Senl Jewelry Repairing:; ,

> scraped up some mud in Central ate" club was recently formed i in .W. H. MERRITT AMERICAN -
:' ; Park
and for this heinous offense Hfllsborough county where'much

-: the mother of the child was forced sentiment in favor of the Tallahassee WATCHMAKER & J}:11'ELlat'a Correspondence School

,:" to spend an entire day in court and candidate is in evidence. '' CLEIVISTOIdFLORIDA .

\", .: in jail. The sun was shining out is expected to give Pepper considerable P. Q. Box 521 1850 Downing St. Denver Col.!
' doors, but the ,
r ; majesty of the law support while rural districts,

must be upheld, and so the 2-year- it Is believed, will favor Trammel} "Wf Are Here To Stay" Covers the ENTIRE United States









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ctjooI I consisted in being ready. "Watch open for fishing for a few days each Traps-Tuesday and Friday. ''I ', ....
therefore" and "Be ye also ready"are week during the summer, this week Mr. Lloyd stated on his visit to .*!'*: JJ"-rr, .= Oj' 'UI" S. il ..1

practically synonymous as used received a letter from George W. Mr. Peeples that the law prohibiting I i ,' 'I
by Jesus. Davis, Supervisor of Conservation, Counselor and Attorney at Law .
: Icon \ fishing on any other than the days
Any person who is constantly stating that the Conservation Board set would be strictly enforced. Hopkins Building .
for Christ's second had been in session would
ready coming called and t"
_._. Wednesdays and
will be spiritually prepared for any pass on the matter as he asked. ---- -- -- -- Saturdays :1
For :May: 20, 1931. :
other crisis; and the great crisis NOTICE OF ADOPTION 9:30 to 4:00
Wednesday of this week Mr. I'
(Compiled by :Moore: Haven .
:..1K.t Religions-Literary Society) which will come to every person, except Peeples received a copy of the following .r@@
those who are alive at the end, ; telegram from Mr. Davis to I Notice is hereby given that Mr. and ;;

Subject: The Future of the King- is death. N. D. Lloyd, assistant supervisor, in Mrs. Clyde Russell of Clewiston, Florida -
The great practical lesson which 1111:. .................
Belle Glade and later in the day a will, on the 4th day of June, INNNNHNNI :NHI ;M, : : : : : : : : :-:: ;;

dom.Golden Text: "The Kingdoms of the New Testament teaches in con- visit from Mr. Lloyd: I 1934 make application by petition to :.::. New :ei.: ',,
nection with Christ's second comIng ; ar.d: Gld.;
the Honorable George W. \ hite- .
this world have become the king- Tallahassee, Fla. .,
is the need of being spiritually hurst, ::: ::
Judge of the
Circuit Court in
doms of our Lord, and of his N. D. Lloyd, Ass't Supervisor, !
and he shall reign for ever Christ'P and therefor. Belle Glade, Fla., and for Hendry County, Fla., for the :: FURNITURE :|_ :
adoption by them of a male child born
,'. ever.' Revelation: 15. See Joe Peeples Citrus Center regarding April 30, 1934, and will, on said date, :!!: lie :,;
Lesson Text: Matt. 25 : 1-13. fishing in Lake'Okeechobee. duly file petition therefore and will .:. .
Lake Will Remain I .
Time. Tuesday afternoon 0 fChrist's Opento i thereafter in due course, request appointment BELLE GLADE 'j
(Signed) Geo. W. Davis, ::: :f: ;
last week. of a guardian ad litem, and .
/- Place.-Christ uttered this dis- Fishing This SummerMoore Supervisor Conservation. ''I will, thereafter set down the said petition :f: FURNITURE COMPANY :I!:
This telegram means that the planof
course on the Mount of Olives, just I for hearing and at such hear-
east of Jerusalem. -- Mr. Peeples has. been adopted by ing will seek an order authorizingthe Y V

"Then", the first word in the ( Haven Democrat): the conservation board and that the adoption by them of said child .;. Belle made, Florida 3| ,
lake will be open for fishing on the and of all matters proper and incidentto y*
Representative J. H. Peeples, aftera
lesson, refers to the second comingof :
such proceedings. 1 Next Door To Theatre : :
Christ (and to each person, pro- great deal of correspondence in regard following days: -.... *"t"K ... .

bably means the date of his death) tQ leaving Lake Okeechobee Seining-Tuesday and Wednesday. Mayll-18-25-June 1. : .. .... -. "."
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The "lamps" were hollow cups, to ""-' I >.
be filled with oil, and having a -

rounded receptacle for the wick.

The foolish virgins failed to carry
any additional oil to fill their 1' -' :-: C; ;' '. .''" )o :,,0: I'& ; :
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,' oil ish, and but not shallow.enough.They" (Dummelow had some) W7 ,' II. J'I.I: #4:: # ;1 ': AtN4 \ :. ::,. M 1A lt. -:

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when it was too late. To the per- >>.'' I- ;jl'W; '. "'":. ..,. 4 ..:> '';: :. :' 1;:5 P.: .;. :.,"<.:,:,:. ::: :;'" .' ...' &1. < r g"i :>"
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son who is spiritually prepared, the ... '<. ..""' -' + \i:!> +{ 1">_...... '....' -'t..i: V-." ..';/::': .:' ': ",' :. : : :;;ii"t. ... '.: : ... ;t/ :;; 1 ii",

second coming .of Christ will be an w : >;,i,, : ., :# 'if :.; ,
p- f occasion of joy and not of fear.

a H'"a d the door was shut"clearly
implies bation that when Christ comes pro- 1. z.,1 1lA : j 111 [:-J- j[ ,i ..It : Itf: ; '} ', ,

ends. Many other passagesin .... '"! "
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Testament teach like- : i L. & :: \
wise. Attempts to f. -.. ; .r ,......,. < : : :: nf JfJ.+'W%:: .. =:*::: (,,,W
prepare ourrch'cs v.JS..xn: [ :: 't ,t '.' "....."tI 01:1: f g III r .."t'.. :.r ""' Jr" i.'fII I. : ,.......;. : t f4.j:: >;M t:: : .n ;;;< ..""{ ...
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The lesson r4i. <
:r person' cannot clearly be saved teaches by that the religion one- 1. % ." : $"' m *.. V :. -i (. WtMMiiJf.:!:, ::: .;'; ';'W :'::: :: <" "<'Wk":;":-" '<: :" "''":{'>"{...h.:.,;y.':..;>.':.:,,w.; ...,<:<,,,,:....,.,.:.>;..;.>'......; ;;,.>.....'%.::}.>.:> t X"'4i ..' ,
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fice was that made by Christ. j '" < !> ; ,, ) 'f..t: :; .. of': .
Our lesson : f<;: '. :
text is as follows: '. : .
"Then shall the kingdom of heaven ti"a ,...' ;""'IfP'!' .. .. '.
e be likened unto ten .:. ... ; = I : _; : : ::t" i/ '':>' '': '
virgins, which < n" :'' '' .. --0f:: ;;l '-. .
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took their lamps, and went forthto $ I!: ,! ,
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meet the bridegroom. And five r. ( .
of them were wise, and five were "'\ :"...j1. "...:" ""* JIt 3. /='" "=" .! ; ffmlj;: .. .; .._. :: '" :': : .. '' .' .... ,
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;. but the wise took oil in their ves- I. :4.,' a e I .C Ji 1 e fi r Q F f ;' m :;: '. Y.ff' h l. ."

sels with their lamps. While the J :&.. "" ...g .' .. ... .. .. c .o ,. ..' ,.. : '. ... .. .
bridegroom tarried, they all slumbered :: 1. ..r.. '. = 7Z:" ""' ; ,;'"...' f ,? '. :@ :lf 1!; 1i}';:>' ... ..".:.., <. n.' ,. .
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and slept. And at midnight :'i: :< :. .,; .
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was a cry made. Behold, the 1 : '
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bridegroom cometh; out to 'f .... ,, .. .. ,,,. .. .. .. '.
go ye ''',, { ;2<::i1 > ;<- ",, '' ,."..,,d>0.- .1 q ; '. .. .,<
meet. him. Then all those virgins Blr 1% .1,0. .,
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arose, and trimmed their lamps. : ., ..,, :>,:"& im'. ft ;ffim.J: :' .,>::z....., J .;.. : : ;; 47E : : 'i""' ;; '".'.- '' ,. .''''01:
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Lord, open to us. But he answered ) DEALER ADVERTISEMENT "vv 1 r "+ '' 'f

and said, verily I say unto you, I

know you not. Watch therefore, for
do Chevrolet keeps repeating, in all of
ye know, neither the day nor the WHY you suppose

i- hour'wherein the Son of Man j advertising, "Drive it only 5 miles"? Very frankly,

cometh." i : here's the reason: Chevrolet engineers have tried out all the

In, the the bridegroom application represents of the parable Jesus i i various makes of ears.in today's low-price field. They have compared

himself, and his coming at mid .. performance rough roads, in traffic, over hills, through sand and ".

night symbolizes Christ's second i mud and water! And they have proved, to their complete satisfaction -
coming, in which he will take the \
; world by surprise. The marriage r the same things that hundreds of thousands of Chevrolet owners

feast represents the heavenly state, are proving in their daily driving. The Chevrolet ride simply can't :;

which is similarly pictured in a : be matched by any other in the low-price field. That's why we urge ,
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parable of the Great Supper (Luke
14 : 15-24)) and the Royal Marriage i you to "Drire it only 5 miles"-and that's why we promise, "you'llnever

Feast (Matt. 22 : 1-14) be satisfied with any other low-priced car."
The "wise virgins" represent I

sincere, earnest Christians who i CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN e' .

are spiritually prepared for CIo"'Tolct"slow delivered and G.M.A.C. -. -
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:;- : emergency. But the parable has to A General Motors\ Value t
.//a.- do chiefly .with the foolish virgins. !

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depths of their being. Such religion KNEE-ACTION WHEELS BRAKES 80 Miles Per Hour STEERING!

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FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1034. THE CLEWISTOX NEWS PAGE SEVEN

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Mrs. C. F. Trainor and daughter E. R. Fontaine, H. A. Bestor R. Y. ton. on the Moore Haven
Trainor left I W. C. Owen J. W. Ezelle, Members Mrs. Van court.:1
Barbara Ann, and A. W. Patterson are Cothern The LaBelle
team
was composed
I Personal Mention I last night for Daytona Beach for a D' G. Alston, F. M. Wright. The tea Mrs. Bill Easterly, Mrs. Bruce Mes- ;
of Herbert F. Lawson
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Marshall
few days' visit with relatives.C. guests were Mrs. 11.V.. Bigg, Mrs. ser, Mrs., Harvey Guthrie, Mrs. Glen Pace ,7,
F. L. Williamson and Mrs. J. P. Etherton, Mrs. Art Lawrence, Mrs. Mcrville Manley Dr. C. E. Weaver, ':

Mrs. G. O. Wallace of Pahokee was Nelson, J. R. Paton and R. C. Percy. Gratton George, Mrs. Floyd Clapp, Gordon Perry, Ernest Hall and Ar- J
visiting here yesterday Mrs. Clyde Egley, Miss Betty Spicer thur Reclcwedt. The players from :
Baird of the district office, U. S.
't GIRL SCOUTS ENJOY OVERNIGHT :Miss Roberta Miss Moore Haven
George, Bonceil were Johnnie Dowd, '
JJ1:1C. Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville, COAST ;
HIKE TO EAST
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart were were in Clewiston this week on bus- --- I Stone and :Miss Louise Waldron. Robert Yoder, Billie Weeks, Roger :i
LaBelle Weeks, Boyd Vorhees and Freddie ";::v
visitors in Sunday.F.
iness wth the local office. A group of Girl Scouts, accompanied -
by Mrs. W. T. Effting and Miss (Continued on Page Ten) ti5k
A. Dougherty of LaBelle was a LaBelleNews '
Dorothy Lockhart, enjoyed a weekend ';
business visitor here Wednesday. Clewiston friends of O. C. Ben-
bow will be delighted to learn that "hike" by truck to Boynton. The :.

girls had a glorious time, despite the "'- :
he is recuperating satisfactorily
very
C. J. Lovvorn spent the week end ItemsWallace

with his parents in Okeechobee.L. following an operation performed in inclement weather, cooking their WILLIAM V. -;<
Tampa a few days ago. meals on the beach and enjoying''swimming
and singing of Scout ,
group
O. Gravel LaBelle was in "-- -- Aiken and C. C. House ALBURY

Clewiston on business Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs and Miss songs.Making the trip were Laura Mae. drove. to Tasmania Wednesday. ,.: .J 1

Evelyn Hare left Thursday for Sara- Hebe, Renell McGeehee, Bobbie and
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Egley spent where will visit Miss Ethel Cook was a Sunday Candidate for State Senate
sota they throughthe Betty Spicer Elizabeth Winn, June
Sunday in Lake Worth with relatives. guest of Miss Helen Hayes in Alva.
week end. They will attend the Hooker, Jacqueline McKenzie, Mrs. I ,

graduation exercises of the Sarasota Effting and Miss Lockhart. The group
Selden L. Stewart of LaBelle wasa Miss
Esther Hill
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High School, Hershel Howze, a nephew left Saturday shortly after noon find a I
visitor in Clewiston yesterday.J. few with ;
days Mr. and Mrs. C. C,
of Mrs. Downs and a former res- returned Sunday evening. ,
ident of Clewiston, is a member of House in Fort Denaud. -,
V. Lofton spent the week end
the graduating class.
with his wife at their home in Miami. HENDRY COUNTY COLLEGE Miss Katherine Curry was a week ( '

STUDENT: GIVEN HONOR end guest of Miss Buena Carson in ;

Neal Hough of Fort Myers was a Miss Jacquelyn McKenzie enter- 1 Iramokalee.

business visitor in Clewiston yester- tained a group of friends at the Clew- Miss Rosa Ann Doub, junior at r ff>}J..

day. iston Drug Store's mezzanine floor the Florida State College in Talla- Charles Carlton Fort Myers was

Friday afternoon in celebration of hassee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.F in the neighborhood of LaBelle

C. E. Stebel of Pahokee was trans- her tenth birthday. Bunco was H. Doub of LaBelle has been recently Sunday looking: over his cattle in-

acting business in Clewiston Wed played by the guests and refresh- elected president of the New- terests.

nesday. ments from the fountain were serv- nan Club for the term of 193435.

ed to Creola Scott, Evelyn Miller She will attend the convention to be C. C. House, FERA .Director of

Mrs. W. F. Simpson and Mrs. Carr Gloria Freedland, Gloria Hendry, held in Jacksonville early in Septem- Works for Glades and Hendry coun-

Settle of Moore Haven were guests Runnelle McGeehee, June Hooker, er.. I ties, is driving a Buick Master coupe

of friends here Tuesday Carolyn McDonald, Louise McDonald :Miss Doub was also a delegate to I purchased Tuesday from the LaBelle y n h ,,:

tiI Elizabeth Winn and Peggy Gal- the Diocesan council of the National' Motor Company.
Mrs. Clyde Egley visited her sister -
lant. Council of Catholic women held in
Mrs. T. W. Griffith in Azucar LOCAL RAQUET SWINGERS
Miami the first of April. She is a
the first of the week. SKUXK: :: MOORE HAVEN CREW
member, and vice-president of Phi
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shelley, Mr. and Beta *
Sigma, honorary Spanish it
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McDonald and Vr Y
Mrs. Si Crews, Mr. and Mrs. Gratton
fraternity. Miss Doub is a graduateof Winning six out of six set played,
two children spent the week end with George, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Whidden,
the LaBelle High School, and will the LaBelle Tennis Club defeated six
relatives in Orlando.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail were visitorsin ,
be a Senior in the college next fall. players from Moore Haven -on the
-- Fort Myers last night attending She is majoring in chemistry, and LaBelle court Sunday afternoon.
and Mrs. O. A. Jones and Mrs.J. the diamond ball games betweenthe
minoring in Spanish in the school of I Next Sunday afternoon the LaBelle
F. Tippey were Saturday visitorsin Clewiston All Stars and the Fort re'turn
Education. Tennis Club will the match
West Palm Beach Myers Ford Team. Other team mem- I

bers the Beder
making trip were
YOUNG MATRONS ORGANI/E I Born and raised in Key West,
W. D. Black, of Tampa, state hotel Nail, Coburn Moore, Howard Camp- "STITCH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE \
AND CHATTER" CLUB
/ Florida. Educated in the public-
inspector, is a business visitor in bell, L. C. Yeomans Dick Hooks, TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY
school system of Florida. At the
Clewiston this week. Harold Lang Charles Roberts Jun- COUNTY; IN CHANCERY.
Aroup of younger women of W. C. Byrd age of 23 was elected Municipal
ior Thomas and A. L. Hackett.
Clewiston met at the Watanabe Hotelas Complainant. Judge Key West in 1927 and servedfor
Mrs. Antionette Lamb the vs.
spent,
guests of Mrs. Glen Etherton ETHEL BYRD two years. At the age .of 25 was
week end visiting her mother in Tuesday afternoon and organized a Defendant. elected in 1929 Representative\ from
Fort Myers. SHIRLEY ANN O'VEXCELEBRATES BILL FOR DIVORCEIt
BIRTHDAY club to be known as the "Stitch and : appearing by affidavit appended to Monroe County, fcc'ng:; at, the time
Chatter Club. Meetings will be the bill of complaint In the above en- the younger member of the Leglsla
C. M. Littlejohn spent the week held titled cause that the defendant Ethel
every ,two weeks, with members ture. Re-elected Represntatlve ir\
Byrd. Is a non-resident of the State of
Little Shirley Ann Owen cele-
end visiting his brother: in Delray serving as hostesses in turn, and the Florida that her residence, post-office tare Re-elected Representative in
brated her third birthday Saturdaywith address and place of abode Is unknown,
Beach. a party to which the children of type of party each time to be decided and It further appearing that there Is 1933. County Attorney for Monroe
upon by the hostess. no person within the State of Florida since Jan. 1931. Has thorough
her neighborhood were invited. The .the service of summons In chancery
C. E. Bass and S. S. Duncan of .
Mrs. Etherton's party enjoyed the on whom would bind the said de- knowledge of state,, and county affairs +
Tampa, are spending several daysin little guests included Larry Royal, fascinating game of "Cootie," and fendant.It .
Jean Yenawine, Nancy Wright, Is thereupon ordered that the defendant -
Clewiston this week on business. prizes were awarded Mrs. Clyde Egleyfor Ethel Byrd. be and appear to Enlisted in National Guard of
Dickie Schliffli, Eleanor Pery, Mary the bill of
complaint filed In said
high and Mrs. Mes-
score Bruce Florida in 1925 and
as a private
Louise Thomas and Dick Owen. cause on or before Monday June 4.
Zerney Meredith returned Monday ser for low score. A. D. 1934: otherwise the allegations of worked his way up to Major, 265th
k11 from three Officers for the the said bill will be taken as confessedby
a week's stay in Jackson- group are Mrs. her. Regiment Coast Artillery.Will .

ville where his wife and little daughter A. W. Lawrence, president. Mrs. It Is further ordered that this noticebe serve the people of, Lee, Monroe
BEACH PARTY published once a week for four (4))
are visiting. Gratton George, vice-president. Mrs. consecutive weeks In the Clewiston Hendry and Collier Counties as

Floyd Clapp secretary and treasurer. News a newspaper published In said faithfully and ably in Senate as he
County and State.
Captain and Mrs. F. D. Duff were Mrs. Corine Forrey, room motherfor Miss Roberta George, chairmanf Done and ordered at LaBelle, Florida, has served the people of Monroe :in

guests of Mrs. Duff's parents, Mr. the Eighth grade, gave a beach entertainment ands Mrs. Clyde this(second CLERK'S day SEAL of May) A. D. 1934. the House of Representatives

and Mrs. F. E. Bryant in W est Palm party for the pupils at Crescent .Egley reporter. WILLIAM T. HULL
Beach Sunday., Beach Thursday afternoon. Under Refreshments of upside down cake Clerk of Circuit Court. (Paid Political AdI \".)
Louis O. ,
the chaperonage of the home room and tea were served by Mrs. Ether- Solicitor for Gravely Complainant. -

? Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McDonald and teacher Mrs. Cecil Jackman the -

children, Sonny and Carolyn, spent group left immediately after schoolto

the week end visiting relatives and enjoy games, swimming and sup-

friends in Orlando. per at the beach and a show in Fort ::I :ii: ::

Myers in the evening. 1rt:: IFORSALE > ",;, ,,::.. f

] Mr. and Mrs H. R. Hall, Mrs. G. C. ,:, ,:.

j ,- Betty Poole,Spicer Miss Marion spent Thursday Leydig and in West Miss HIGH SCHOOL DIAMOND I'13LL :!: :! Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :': :i;:

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Palm Beach. TEAM GIVEN THEATER PARTYC. tx
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!':', have returned to their home in Plant Clewiston Drug Company, sponsorsof

,_ ,.... City after spending a month here on the High School diamond ball hh! A't I Y yAh ,+
business.R. team, entertafhed members of the ,, : '' -

team and its coaches at a theater AX fA : Yyh ti

L. Murray of Fort Myers, a for- party on the opening of the Dixie ; yyi
mer Clewiston resident,, was trans- Crystal Saturday evening. :i: .:' ; # &kb: ::: :::

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here Thursday. ril Lowe, Charles Roberts, Ed Ward, A 0i
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.- Mr. and Mrs. William Artisani! and Richard Bestor, George Bestor, Har- AX t
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Misses Billie and Louise, old Lang, James Beardsley, Louis
left Tuesday for their home in Bos- Schucke, Prof. M. G. Langford andB. y f

ton after visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. P. E. Herring. f -

Percy for several--days. Following tie picture refreshmentswere i 11: ; T-: iiti; IE

served at the Clewiston Drug !: y 2
Mr.
and Mrs.
R. Y. Patterson
Company. The boys' team was win- y yy
Bobby and Dick Patterson, and Mr. ner of the diamond ball league y

and Mrs. H. A. Bestor and George championship this season. ? yAy

y: and Richard Bestor spent Saturday inMiami.

I : MRS. SCHARXIJERG HOSTESS AT y E Ay Ay
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:, E. E. Kelley left Monday for Kan- ? y AhY

sas City, where she will visit for Mrs. William Artisani, Miss Billy y Afy

several days with his mother and and Miss Louise Artisani, of Boston, : ffY

father and Mrs. Kelley. During MrKelley's were honor guests at a bridge given tX xi

visit his mother and father by Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg Friday + :
will ,', ,,
celebrate I
their "
golden wedding afternoon Xf f +

anniversary.Mr. High score prize was awarded to ':. ':' ':' ':-

Mrs. C. R. Byrd. Mrs. T. B. Shelleywon ? y I yyy yy

and Mrs. R., H. Burdisk and second high prize, Mrs. F. M. Ay YYY

son of Fort Myers were here the firstof Wright, third prize, and Mrs J. W. ? yy'i' YYy

the week. Mr. Burdisk remained Ezelle the cut prize. Guest prizes X ::: :::

"' here eral being connected with the fed- were presented to the three honor ::: :;: Pay The Balance Like RentWE *
project
and his wife and son guests and to 'Mrs. F. L. Williamson : .', ',' ,-

.., :', have v returned to Fort Myers. of Nw York who was among the tea :,:':. :i: .HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWJSTON HOMES :i?:3:::

Mr. and Mrs.1.R. M. Hare were guests bridge games.joining the party after the :;: :i;: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME *$:::

dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. O. The guests included Mrs. Artisan!,

Wallace in Pahokee Wednesday eve- the Misses Artisani!, and Mesdames I n Clewiston Home Building Association ni
The
ring dinner
i party celebrated W. M. Redelsheimer W. C. Prewitt. I s ;

the twenty-third wedding anniversary F. I. Hill, F. D. Duff Harry Vaughn, I ,
i; : of both Mr. and Mrs. Wallace and T. B. Shelley, E. L. Stewart N. L. :.i: ::!: PflQXE 102I ;.'" '_?- -
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Scraps

MA man must be a student all his _

: days to hold a position like yours," .
OUR COMIC SECTIOND remarked the admiring constituent.

"That is true," answered Senator

Sorghum, "and, like a student, I get
so weary of hard lessons that I am
going In for more recreation. I am
going to organize a movement to include -

I Events in the Lives of Little Men I 0 sional,a Record.sports"page in the Congres-'.



HAS GOOD CHAUFFEUR Poor Credentials
:" Hurja-Say, I was a fool to tell
rWL W TAKE A YEARS $UBRPT10N( NO It,'M 'NOT Captain Fried, hero of many ocean that dentist that you sent me-to him.

::;': f I LADY ? (F ( GET r 1\\ rescues, reaches-New York but oncea Slnccpaw-Fool-what do you

: SsTSl ERS AND WiN. I INTERESTED"s month on an average. The other mean?
l' { f. friend IIurja-Well, he just made me pay
day -a asked him how he got
t--
s l'I::: : I IGET AT2fp AROUND THE:. / fS I ;,:. ,: :, I cash In advance.
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PONT
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is "By machine, he answered.
: IT'NO\4. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO J .... : "How long does it take?"
'
;:: ) WRITE.QR( NAME ON (1E DOTTED LINE. :, ,:; "Le. than an hour."
SECOND1\ WOlJLV ; "You must have a good chauffeur," ay
s W I
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W: ;f fF\ I 'Of.JL'I
the friend said.
;{fit: ;f GET AN AuYoMOBIC\ -,N ,.\IF. I...COME IN I. ." JJ l :, "Yes," said Fried, "but she won't V _

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.r She had Just accepted him, and i
they were blissfully discussing the
"might-have-beens." "Why do you write so many lettersto
T
"Darling," he Inquired: In the con- the newspapers, old man? Do

fident tone of one who knows what ;you suppose anybody wants to see
.
r .... ....... ..' .. .>- ti .'......nn..>............................ .... the answer will be, "why didn't "you your views In print?" -
accept that ]little donkey, Jones? "Well, it's better than talking to

,;fir l W p "Because," she answered, dreamily, yourself." =
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k "I loved another.
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Striking an Average
More AppropriateMrs. Son-Dad, what Is meant by the

.Tewsmith suppose you'll expression, "The average man?"
want a.den in our new house? Dad-An average man, my son, Is
Mr. Jewsmith-I'd like one but I one who isn't as good as his wife
lead such a dog's life I guess I'll haveto thinks he Is afterwards.
be content with a kennel.
r Easily Explained

k'ir Fellow Feeling Judge-How can you be so' meanas
J.awyer-Your wife asks for heavy to swindle people who put con-

alimony and I fear she will get it. fidence in you?

Bob Speeder-Can you. get It be- Prisoner-Well, your honor, they
r. : :;1 fore some'judge who Is paying all are the only ones that you can
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t Goo? ; / 1-A country In Europe South America or the souther
-Shifts part of North America
2C-Places for sitting
i 11-Name given to a lion -
l 12-A passageway 14-Xot In :8-To behold _
20-A stupid fellow _
r 15-A measure of area
1, 32-Filled with crumbs "
16-Smiles In n nlllr affected fashion '
33 To follow *. .*-"j
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: 35-Cried like a d 1i'c.
frighten 10 Jumps
l < 31-Countertelb .:
<, c" 21-Ireland 24-To rest ;--
33-A large antelope of Africa
25-A''box or carton of anything
:": 21-CuJolaa 20-Sleeveless coats 40-Beheld
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t- Ii Combining form meaning "within"43Eggs ,' '
30-Learning (plural)
of fl,h 45-To employ !ifi....
31-A girl's ,
name r
Im 47-An academic decree 40-While "-"'
32"pice 34-A song
SO-A city In Italy
w..t.ru N..pasar
Union 37-That girl Foundation
40-A kind of rock42Abbrevlntlon Solution
of a man's title

"._. Make It Snappy PAGE UNCLE SAM I A Guarded Secret 44 40---A To rustic cut short, as hair 45-Above POt. AND SHUNTS

Billy heard his parents discussingthe "Why do you never take a holiday? 48-To correct4DAmalgamated IEO A I SL OUT
amount of time It took showing Surely the company can do withoutyou Society of Engineersabbr.
( CO Longs for AR 51MPER5 BOC
their ?". ) -
apartment upon the. arrival ofa
51-D ren cli cd
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rental prospect. Billy met the next .r. t "Yes, that's just what I don't want Vertical. 5 LE AP5
caller at them to ERIN 8 1 T CASE
the door, saying: find ouU"Savage! 1-Put down
"It's $37.50,' heat, ,water, garage. 2-Over (poetic) a-Behold! DOM 5 N'' CAPES

Please rry, and don't take up moth- Reprisals 4-A sharp-pointed Implement LO ES MARIA
5-A kind of coin (plural)
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er's time. l\Iother-Bobb, why are you so unkind C-He*I oil Belonging to her CLOVE IC D I TY
"How did Bob come to break with to nurse? Don't you like her? 8-A negative ROME SHE BAs !
Discount Miss lope? He"used to that she 8-A large container for water
say Bobby-No, I hate her. I'd like to .
1 Se:11'b worn by church functionaries U S 5H ALE LMR L
Father-You are going to marry was as good as gold." pinch her cheeks like daddy does. uP
that Insignificant little fellow, Percy I "Yes, but you see he's got acquainted 1S--\ country In EuropeIS P A5 ANT
Why, you used to say you would never with a girl who has gold." No Hurry -Hot, dry wind that blow In Arabia 508 EMEND ASE

marry a man less than six feet high.. Woman (hunting for a nickelAre' )- *12-A 0-Splendid man's name 23--Pluck YEA RN $ DOUSESWRIGLEY'S

Daughter-I know, dad. But I de- Answer That? you In a hurry? .
cided to,take off 20 cent for cash. The smart student
per noticed a draw- Conductor-Oh, no! My rent. Isn't
ing of a fish by a pavement artist and due for a week.GLOOMY.'
DEEP PLUNGEIi asked what sort of fish it was sup- -
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"A shark, sir," replied the artist.

"It Is quite clear that you have nev- e \
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er seen a shark," said the S. S., witha

contemptuous laugh.. -

"That's right, sir," said the artist. ....
"But after all, some of those academy C.J.l.-: '

chaps have painted angels, you know."

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-" .-, -- Wife-The new maid has burned the .c.r- 1 1 I I 1
bacon and eggs, darling. Wouldn'tyou Bisquit-Hey Cracker Why so
Mr. Cat-I hear ;you failed In busi- be satisfied with
a couple of kisses gloomy? .I
ness. for breakfast? I Cracker-Reason enough, I'll Boon
:Mr. Rat-Yes, I got In a hole. Husband-Certainly I her
Briny In. I be In the soup.
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Mvstel ious Isles Are I HE SEEKS A TOGA I Co-Operation in mistake to assume for one all woman the culinary of the household work.-


J Household Tasks Co-operative cookery is much easieron


i lib Puzzle to MapMakersPlay A everyone.home Is, In reality, a small com- ;,

Planned Division of Work munity. There are various departments -
I The. competent homemaker

Would Seem to Have learns to nm them oil well. But ,
disappeared in 1S3G more than 13,000
and
"Hide Seek"
and
when there
are other women in the
Inhabitants It Is estimated lost their Good Points.In .
family, each should take department
j
some
Elude Charting. ives. Men who had left the Island on a., k '
some special part of the "
fishing trips returned to find an un- everyfamily where there are work which Is well-liked and
as-
Washington. Despite numerous >roken expanse of water where their two or more women who share in the sume the responsibility of it. This '

steamer lanes and the even more nu homes had been. work of homemaking there .can be a ,Is a great relief to the homemaker.

merous tracks]: of wandering freighters "A glance at a present-day map of certain amount of community and cooperative The division of labor permits each .j
that crisscross the of the world, Pacific reveals land between "
o oceans the no I housekeeping. Much has I person to have a share of leisure.
there are still many islands seen onlyat Hawaii and Panama, yet earlier charts been said and written about the ad- Without such division, one womanoverworks

Intervals of years, and others that show a group of Islands roughly half- r4;. e. t:bj vantages, of minimized labor in com- and the rest have the leis

seem to elude the closest search. Some way between these two points. In munity housekeeping, but repeated ure, which -Is apt to mean leisure to

r I typical examples of 'these' elusive Is, 1800 a U. S. sloop-of-war,, Levant, experiments have proved the disadvantages criticize. Divided activity makes

I lands are dealt with in a bulletin from sailed from Honolulu for Panama and of comparatively" large each respect the other's part, for

the National Geographic society. disappeared. Months later a broken groups of unf elated persons attemptIng work respects work. The co-opera- :

"The world's newest mystery island spar and bits of a vessel identified as to keep it up. Uncongeniality, of tive housekeeping suggested has

i has been discovered by an Eskimo captain the Levant were washed up on the t- temperaments was largely at fault. been proved a good Idea.

i Takpuk, of I'oint Barrow, Alaska IIawaiiau shore. This would indicate ____ __ But what fails with unrelated groupscan Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service.
&
r, ," says the bulletin. "In 1931 he that the ship and been wrecked, yet 'Ii be carried on successfully with-

beached his small whaling sloop ,on no land was known to exist on the In Indiana where politics is ratedas in the limits, of a home, with per- He's an Easy Mark ,

an islet northeast of Point Barrow, a course she sailed. Wild stories circu- important eating or sleeping, the sons who are all working for the It doesn't: take a very bright woman

bit of land unmarked: on any of the lated. Perhaps the survivors were Hoosiers are looking forward to the good of their own establishment. It to dazzle the average man.

charts of that region. lie was armed still living on ;ome unknown island.It most heated senatorial race in manya is important to have a well-estab-

with a camera, and the photographs was on the Levant .that Edward year. Prof. Clarence Manion, whois lished basis of cooperation.Let .

which he took show slightly rolling; Hale had placed his hero, the Man head of Notre Dame's' law college, us imagine a home In which

moss-covered land dotted with many Without o Country ; and some even is the seventh candidate to'put his hat there are two, three or more women MercolizedWax7eeps

small ponds. Few heard of his discovery suggested that Philip Nolan might in the ring for the Democratic nomination adults. They may be sisters, or

until the explorer, Stefansson, still be found. In 1904 the U. S. cruiser for junior United States senator mother and daughters. Each person

:'. recently announced his belief in it. Tacoma made a careful search in lie Is considered one' iOf the, has some special ability and prefer

". ; The island is too large to be ice, covered the region where the island was sup- state's ablest orators and has been the ence for some part of the work. One
'
!) with rocks and soil, as some have posed to exist, but discovered .noth-. patronage director: for northern Indi- woman may find pleasure in cooking,
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,\f suggested. ing." ana for the McNutt administration.. another in keeping rooms in order and
y Annexed Mythical Land.: spic-and-span. One may delight in

"Another Island which has long baf- going to market: and seeing and picking

fled explorers received a visit the other Will Test Device to Detect Earthquakestechnique out the attractive foods and the

day from the British sloop, Milford, needed edibles. One may find mak-
l
.: ... bound for the Antarctic. Bouvet island ing beds and doing the upstairs work Skin } ung

which the Milford reached aftera California Scientists to Try Jap of forecasting, he believes. not at all irksome.while another may Absorb blemishes and discolorations using
Mercolized Wax daily as directed. Invisiblo
I I stormy voyage, is, an icy point of Invention. Some tilting has been observed on dislike it decidedly One may find of aged skin are freed and all
rock in the South Atlantic. It was the instruments, but It has been attributed the laundry work a part suited to defects such as blackheads, tan,freckles and
large pores disappear. Skin is then beautifully
I first, sighted in 1730, by a French naval Berkeley, Calif.-Earthquake predicting to rains and consequent her preference, while others may clear velvety and so soft-face looks ;

I officer who thought it a part of the devices, which, it is hoped may swelling and movement of the surface. find it tiresome and uncongenial. your years hidden younger.beauty.Mercolized At all leading Wax brings druggists out

t Antarctic continent. Capt. James Cook enable scientists to foretell earth The instruments were designed by There are some women who like to i Powdered Saxolite-

I! later looked for it in vain, but proved, movements hours before they occur, George E. Merritt, formerly of the wash, while others like to iron. Per- I Reduces wrinkles and other oge-sizns.Simply -I

I by sailing far to the south, that if It are ,being tested at the University of United States' bureau of standards, haps it may be so in, the householdsIn 1 I witch dissolve hazel and use daily Saiolite as face In half-pint lotion. 1P I

existed at all it must be an Island. California. and were installed by ,the United question. If so, here Is a ..good

"Whaling captains in the early Patterned after a Japanese invention, States geodetic survey. Tilting Is detected division of the laundry work.

eighties reported finding not onlyBou- the Instruments are designed to measure i by observing the movement of In the cooking line there are various -----.CUT ME OUT------*

I vet, but two other islands. These Infinitesimal tilting 'of' the earth's i oil held in a bowl over which a plateof preferences. For instance, some I I and name mall and me.address with lOc to coin LORD orslamps& AMES and, your Inc., II

I were named Lindsay and Thompson, surface which Japanese seismologistsclaim glass is suspended parallel to the women are natural cake makers. The 360 N.Michigan Avenue,Chicago.will brine I
I you a generous sample: of Loray Face Powder I
I and were marked on very recent maps. they have noted before earth- oil's surface.If cakes they make have a quality and !I and Loratone Also tho marvelous details how all-purpose To make I
beauty cream.
I In fact, when Norway annexed Bouvet quakes. I tilting occurs the surface of the texture which others fail to acquire I isteto$10.00aweek extra in your spare time..I I
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-,- in 1927 Thompson was included in the The devices have been installed near oil is no longer parallel to the plate of without much painstaking. Other

i claim. However, when the exploring the Hayward fault line along the glass. Even though this change may women are excellent,vegetable cooks,

steamer, Discovery II searched the re- lower slope of the Berkeley hills. be 'too slight to be observed by the 'others cook meat to perfection. The Clothing factory to Salesmen wearer;, $7.95 washable; sell direct Sanforized from

gion'carefully in 1931, no trace was Since the instruments were installed naked eye; it can be determined by women who do these things wen shrunk summer suits. Expert workman-

found of either Thompson or Lindsay, there have been no movements of.any reflecting a beam of light simultane- usually like: to do, the work. It is a Tom ship; Lamed$1.60 commission.Clothing Co.Free, :Nashville sample,Tenn.book.

and they have since been erased ..from magnitude along the fault Prof. 'Byerly ously from the lower surface of the

all charts. United States seismologist, said, glass and the top surface of the oil.

; I, "Although the polar regions have and even If It should be proved that When the two surfaces are exactly !

':': ,, their share, the Pacific ocean is the tilting is a precursor of earthquakes, parallel the light Is reflected without I sIl1 hever"time

real home of elusive islands. There years might be required to work out a interference, but if the oil has movedin
.. ;' islands come and go with a sudden, relation to the glass some of the

( : ness that is the despair of mapmakers light waves interfere with each other is here
r I I -: and empire builders. For instance, Tell
;: S Catfish May Quake and a pattern Is formed.
there is 'little Sarah Ann, an inconspicuous -
J dot In midPacific.o one Secrets to JapaneseOsaka and what does it mean to you? '
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Takes Picture of Child
I paid any attention to Sarah Ann until Japan.-Officials of the Osa- THIS: if you feel listless, run-down,
j i it was discovered from charts that,she ka weather bureau are engaged in the 3 Minutes After Birth JUST dull, with a weak, let-down feeling'

I will be the only land, in the path of the admitted difficult task of making some ..perhaps nervous and, worn out..why not ><
j 'i, eclipse of the sun that will occur in 50 catfish tell what they. know about Sault Ste. Marie, :\Iich.-Walter make an effort to "snap out" of this condition?
1 Materna received double congratulations .. your-
toning appetite. increasing
i 1937. An eclipse of the sun cannotbe earthquakes. Try up your
recently. He is not only a prou'dfather red-blood-cells..the best way to be happy.
observed with accuracy from a boat, For several years scientists at the
but the world's champion new You need a tonic-not just a so-called tonic...
: so astronomers were delighted to find Tohoku Imperial university have no-
baby photographer. but a tonic that will tone up your blood. S.S.S. Is
I Sarah Ann In such a convenient spot. ticed that catfish are disturbed at
Unless
Materna, a commercial photographer, specially designed to do this for you. your
What was their dismay to discover other times also. Chief Ohashi, direc- '
is exceptional should improve as ?
took a picture of his daughter three case you your
; that the island does not appear on the tor of the bureau, hopes to. learn by oxygen-carrying hemo-glo-bin increases.At .
minutes after she was born.
i latest charts, and has not been seen close observation whether the catfish all drug stores in,two convenient sizes. The
This time he betters the world
for over a decade. gives a reaction sufficiently distinct to says larger size is more economical. The S.S.S.Co.
record of twelve minutes established
Bobs Up and Down. enable-him to forecast earthquakes ac-
by E. Stanley Martin, Terre Haute, >
"And there is Falcon island in the curately. He has installed the catfishin Ind. hate Spring- take 5.5.5.

.,' Tonga group Falcon has appeared a tank at his home, where he will
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t r : and disappeared twice within the last study their sign language. "

:::1-: century. The Island Is alternately cre- Can Sing: 118 Ballads Old> AGE PENSION INFORMATION FORMULAS FOR Cheese Chips. Inks.
Atlanta Ga.-A Georgia mountaineer Send Stamp. PaInts Shoe Polish, Soaps. Ointments. :
ated,, by the eruption of a submarine Kaiser Remembers Guard Box 85 - Merriam, Kansas. Negro Hair Stralghtener Skin Bleach. 2 i
I :,,-1 volcano, and worn away by the action Riley, Kan.-Henry Swart, a farmer known as "Fiddlin John" Carsoncan for 50c. Joe Syc 2712 Gclmer.Detroit.Mich. :..
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I :,- l) of sea and weather. Each time near here who served as Kaiser Wil- sing -'US mountain folk ballads PEAS: Clay WhIppoorwill New Era $2.

'J.- Falcon appears, an official party puts helm's bodyguard 30 years ago, recently from memory and play the accompani- Iron J2.10. Ninety day Velvet beans $1.10. Dahlifts-Double, decorative type. Red. white f
Good seed. II. B. Brady, Davisboro, Ga. salmon, lavender 2 pinks. Ideal cut
yellow
I out in a boat, plants a flag on the new received a picture card from the ments on his violin. He won first prizeat flowers Tubers labeled. 12:, 85c. 16, $1.00.
; "born land, and claims it in the name emperor. "Sly thanks for faithful memo the Georgia fiddlers' convention for Postpaid. Growing Instructions furnished [
with orders. TODD'S FARM, SARAH. GA.
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of the ruler of Tonga. ories," a message on the card read. eight consecutive years. '
BLACKMAN
"The arbitrary behavior of these Islands '
BENKE SEED 40c PElt rOUND
has its tragic sIde: When the Five pounds $I50 prepaid.IT. .
III!
I ----- 'Island of Tuanaki, in the Cook group, Makes Photos of Stomach's Interior I II F. STEEDLY - lJA1\I ERG, S. C.

..1'; I STOCK and POULTRY
ReliableO Peanut Seed. Spanish, runners Virginia;
Medicines are bunch In hull 4c per pound, cash with or-
Farmer Sleepwalksand der. No orders filled for less than 60 lbs.
Blackman's Medicated Lick- F. O. B. FARMERS GIN CO., Edison Ga.
Does MilkingThree
A-Brik ,
Forks, Mont.-A farmer, o Blackman's Stock Powder Make Your Own EASILYATROME PURE SHAMPOO
whose name the sheriff obliginglyis e Blackman's Cow TonicBlackman's IN 10 MINUTES
keeping secret, registered a complaint For personal use or re-salo at big profit.
CharMedSalfor
o We supply pure concentrated Ingredientsof
t that his dairy herd was be- ( Hog) a Nationally Advertised Shampoo.
:' ing milked by marauders Tablets Ready proportioned. .Simply combine.
Blackman's
nearly o Poultry :Money back If dissatisfied-bank refer
I. \ every night.Deputies o Blackman's Poultry Powder ences.: Six months' supply Jl.OO postpaid.
PCRETEED (Purety Guaranteed)
kept watch for several Laboratory, Bloomfield, N. J., Uept. A
Highest Quality Lowest Price
IAI1a
nights before they saw the farmer

himself, in nightgown and carpet Satisfaction Guaranteed or

slippers, walk In, his sleep to the your money back. -, for .

barn milk the cows, pour the milk BUY FROM YOUR DEALER
Into his pig-sty, and somnambulateback Biliousness

to bed. BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO. Sour StomachGas

Chattanooga, Tenn. and Headachedue

Giant Thermometer Now to
KILL ALL FLIES

l Adorns the Eiffel Tower Placed anywhere. Palsy Fly. ConstipaieonWNU
Killer attracts and klas tiles.Yp.g
effective Neat,
Guaranteed
Paris.
-With the Installation of a convenient-Cannot spill-

mammoth thermometer on the Eiffel: ,, l Lasts WlJlnot all roll reason.orlnjure 200 anything.at all
tower, Parisians and other Paris a ,Y- dealers.EalbAvo.B'k11v.N.Y.Harold Somora. UicISODo .,

dwellers can tell exactly when to shiver :
and sink I I II
deeper Into their mufflers lii
and when to
emerge and breathe a :

j(! few breaths of fresh! air. Shortly before > : : dlllafPJmJ1ljJkinHelp
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...::ff:: his death, the Italian, Jacopozzl, ,
.--!, expert electrician and father of electrical nature clear up the blotches and

displays on store fronts during i V easy
I the Christmas holidays, submitted the { -

design for the huge thermometer. It ii
I' was approved as a permanent fixtureto John Falkens of Vienna demonstrating, at Hahnemann hospItal, Philadelphia
the Citroen display and has been I the of WNU-7 ,1934iiJ
;, working a newly devised camera which takes at one flash 16 pictures
i' erected. of the Interior of the human stomach.

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building is to have all seven -p its mind, ages ago, what geolog-1 1 being installed. Campbell held the opponents
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f TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY chimneys strengthened with religion it wished to follow, On my way to Clewiston and the scoreless for the rest of the game.A .
i Inside the building loosened- would have been much more ;other end of the job. Plenty of room Fort Myers: team will meet

will be replaced and damaged for us now. But since every j I for you in the rumble seat. All set? Clewiston on Kiwanis field Thursday

work will be repaired and has a different sort of foun- Let's go. night.

According to the request -some of them even have

( BY Crider the Board of Public than one l kind of foundation TEAM; STANDINGS Clewiston Ladies In i.
tion voted to buy the the same structure-it keeps .

RUSSELL KAY the repair to the chimneys boys busy adapting plans to meet j I Won Lost Pct. Charge Gantt Cafe
understanding that PWA beat Okeechobee's fickle ground. Kiwanis 1 0' 1000

be used. A crew of 11 Jpen For instance, you remember that I Levee Crew"l 0 1000U.
Says the Avon Park Times: skilled and five unskilled, gate is built on piling, while'i S. S. Corp. 5 1 000 Moore Haven Democrat)

'r. A recent article by Russell relief. Kay As ployed in this work.WESLEY is going on a good solid Engineers 0 1 000 Elsewhere in this issue will be
mental
brings us great pile. Broadfoot's is to be built
seen announcement of the change in
everybody been advancing knows, the great governmenthas sums of, C. RICHARDS a concrete foundation, bigger all The Clewiston Diamond Ball sum- management of the restaurant knownas

for farm relief and what not. than the gate structure itself, mer season got under way last Monday Gantt Eat Shoppe, Mrs Ruth
money
We had the idea that somebody Wesley C. Richards, South spread the weight out thinner, I evening with the Kiwanis club Galloway and Mrs Estelle Embry, .

r would have to pay this money back ida pioneer and for years you get what I mean. ,On the same I I taking a 10-9 game from the Sugar I formerly of Clewiston, taking charge "

sometime. We tried not to think the Denaud school, is ill at his if you have small feet like I I!: Company and the Levee Crew beating I of the business the first of the week.
." '. Broadfoot, you will sink into I' I
of it, but occasionally the thought near Fort Denaud. Dr. C. E. the Engineers 10-9.! Mrs. Yon and her daughter, who
,. would intrude. Now Mr. Kay makes in charge of the case, ground, but if you have big|| Wilson and Bolton formed the bat- have managed the restaurant for theI

us happy and clears away all clouds laria fever as the disease feet, ycu won't. The forms !' teries for the Sugar Company and j I I past several months have moved to

r, with the statement that nobody will him. -Mr. and Mrs. Richards this extra foundation are in, and i Langford and C. Nail that of the I j the Fred Van de Velde place east of

t' have to pay it back. It will pay itself to this section years ago I expect to start pouring concrete j| Kiwanis. 1 1j town in Linden Addition.
week. !
r' back., [Denaud was of more j j Mitchell and Avant bore the brunt Mrs. Galloway and, Mrs. Embry,

k,: "Momentum," "added values," andy LaBelle. For years the couple The drainage system al this gate I'I of'the attack for the Engineers and while not having any previous ex-

"new wealth," Mr Kay assures us, the school at Denaud", retiring unique in these parts, 'at least Campbell pitched to Freelund for perience in the management of a
:
used in government construction i j i the Levee Crew. restaurant, are determined to makea
will turn the trick and the loans i that service only when the !
" !! points are sunk at regular in- of the business and have
success
closed few
was a
will be self liquidating. We trust years ago.
:. Richards taught this in and connected to a pipe run-j I made a number of changes which
f this optimist includes our personal year The Clewiston All-Stars split
the entire channel 'length. The a will far toward atten-
go attracting
f' obligations, too. Self addressed envelope Belle Elementary school. double bill with the Ford Motor
drainage system is hitched tion to the
on- restaurant and increas-
V enclosed Russell, and please team
Company at Fort Myers last
:METHODIST MISSIONARY an 18 inch Couch pump, driven, ing patronage. The front of the
and how
advise us when we can get
night
winning
the first 4 and
MEETS: AT H. L. DELANEY 800 R. P. M.s by a 100 horsepower game establishment has been re-painted,
; a moderate supply qf this here, now, 2, and losing the second 7-2.
"momentum." cylinder Diesel engine; so the windows renovated and lights in-
'' is sent skedaddling down a In the first game, Campbell was stalled in the windows that have
Well, that's a fair question. Not Thursday afternoon the complete master, holding the Fort
before most of it
ever gets been heretofore dark. Later lights
t. bein' a college professor, I don't the Methodist Missionary Myers team scoreless for five innings
the surface, and when you watch will be installed in front of the
t know anything about gold or silver met at the home of Mrs. H. you- Coburn Moore started on the
swift, constant stream rea- building. The husbands of the two
f standards, or how to inflate or de- Laney. A large number mound for Clewiston in the second
what it means to have to con- ladies are employed on the levee. con-
';; Hate the dollar but since inning but
everybody ent to enjoy the interesting with so much water in con- found ragged supportand struction work.
C.' else is writin' on the subject I gram prepared by Mrs. Julia work hereabouts. was relieved by Campbell in the
figured I might as well try my hand and the refreshments served second after five runs had been add- ,
, Mr. Pafford has three men bor-
t; ", at it. hostess. ed on errors to the two runs made in Subscribe to the News
: from the Ft. Pierce office hard
F Now this "personal debt" prop- the first inning.
\ work in the draughting room; E.
osition is easy to explain even if you ROYAL NEIGHBORS TO
Owen L. Terry and ,Charles
'. :MEMORIAL: SERVICE
don't understand it after I get
,::'. through. It's like pullin' rabbits outIx They were making faces at .y:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...!..
section when I met them.
paper
.
of a hat or the answer you get on Honoring members who
a Ouija board.. ed on the LaBelle camp of the new inspector is in; Roland

; Anyhow, suppose I walked up to Neighbors of America will Burdick, but I didn't find out ili J
he was to be assigned. He is Anthony's
you and said"Here Buddy is $10. I memorial services at the

;::, want you to keep it for me. I'm church Sunday. Rev R. E. :; Fort Myers.

goin' swimmin' and I'm afraid I'll will deliver the address. \ The Wardwells gave a very en-
A-.: lose it or something." of the Fort Myers camp bridge party Saturday night. :;: 310 Clematis St. West Palm Beach ::
invited taking part in the scramble y y
and
a large number
So you took the ten spot and putit y y
in About that time pected to attend from that the Jim McLures and Jim's ::
your pocket. ::
Ladies
your bootlegger came along and time set for the service is 11 Mrs. James, Senior; the Your Choice i
Boyds, the Hoomes Riches, y y
started to get hard about that ten
Bill Wallaces and the Old Wal
smackers you owed him. SCOTT :MANN: \\'
and Fred Flanders. I wish I j OUR ENTIRE STOCKy
.Z You didn't have any money-: oft -
to tell 'all about the
room
:' your own, but remembering my ten Friends of Tappin Mann you
a you handed it over to him, figurin' shocked to hear of the death ; they were mighty clever,
:: Ladies Dresses and Ensembles =
more or less impudent remarks ::
e:. you could scrape up another for me son Scott by drowning : .
somewhere.The cording to a telegram received onto them. The McLure y.
1; bootlegger went down the day by Warren Lightsey the took them all home, however :;: AT THREE AMAZINGLY LOW PRICES =:::

t street and his tailor stopped him dent occurred Sunday but it those cabbaged by the Wai- :: =:
tribe, and the low for i
': and said: "How about the ten bocks until' Tuesday that the score men, YI
r you owe me." So again the ten found. by Jimmie Boyd. It was a 7 95 ,
puzzle, and at last reports 0
":' changes hands. r'p still had Jimmie mystified.. 1! i
plenty
''' It ,was a hot afternoon, so the 50 CENTS A HAMPER NOT 95.P
had bit of excitement
r" tailor decided to go swimmin'. When ENOUGH; GIVES BEANS a" when 9 $12 95
.: he gets to the beach he finds you sit- McLure broke out with .:. ." 0 +

tin' on the'sand waitin' for me to Shoppers in LaBelle got measle bumps before the de- y y

come out so you can explain about bargain this week. In, front of that supper she was is doing demolished.nicely, al-I :: Our Regular Prices Would Be Up to $29.50 :y::

my dough.He grocery store in town were ::
stepped up to you and said: three hampers of snap beans rather speckled. Who's next? :y: Here's the most sensational news )"ou''e had front our Ladies' *

"Hey Buddy, I didn't expect to find ing cards with the legend, The McFaddens have moved into 't. Department in many; a day. More than 300: dresses, Anthony .:.

you here, but I'm glad I did. Hereis Beans, Help Yourself." house and Bee has a new car. So i: ::: Quality, from our regular stock drastically reduced for quick ::?: .

that ten dollars I owe you for the E. L. Rogers, candidate for is happy. Gayle's gate is :.Y. clearance. : Don't be skeptical The prices are low Nothing :i: i iY
settin' of the wife last ty commissioner in District3, -no, let me be more official Been
eggs got ::: lute purchased for this Sale.hich means that every dress 'i
man responsible for this use the government's favorite ::
week. ; maintains :
our exact requirements of style and tailoring or it would snot
About this time I come, out of the fering. Mr. Rogers has been approximately 65 cent ::
per : be in our stock. You cm: anticipate jour needs for the rest ::
bath house all dressed and ready to ested in trucking at Felda
plete, and soon you will be able :!?: of the summer. ::!:
"I'll and when a trucker named
go. I say: take that ten back if
you don't mind." hamper as his top price Mr. watch the big pie-shaped gates I YYYY. . .V. .YYY. . . ._. .r YVY. . .-.YY. .".YY. .YY. .YYYY. .". YY.. ?.

So you fork it over. I look at it decided that he would -. ---- -- .--- ---
k closely before I put it in my pocket the beans away in LaBelle

: and exclaim: "Well, I'll be hom- them go on an already

swoggled this cock-eyed bill is counterfeit cet at 'such a low figure

; ; ," and I start tearin' it up. IS YOUR CAR SLUGGISH ?

You start to stutter and stammer CASTLES IN THE ..
; and I say it's not your fault and be- (Continued from page )

sides I won it on Bolita anyhow, so
what difference' does it make? end, the Currituck dug 73
h 1
So you see how it works. You dirt than the Gulfport but

didn't have a cent and my money was nearly two cents more per -

not good, yet you paid a ten dollar out it out.
debt, so did' the bootlegger and the So it all boils down, quite i ( ))

tailor. You, returned my money and and logically, to the fact v

everyone is square. he 10 inch dredge to the' 24 :

" dredges, there is a steady
Mie cost of pumping: and that '

LA BELLE NEWS where in between the 24 Gunk

the 30 inch plants there r i GpD
F' (Continued from Page 7) point where operating costs ,I pt
: Flanders. a vanishing point. If I were

The score by sets was: Sam, I would appoint a

LaBelle Moore Haven determine just what size

Doubles my dredges so that it .
Pace, Lawson 6 Dowd \ode:, 3 a red cent to use them. And .
.
Weaver, Manley 6 Weeks & Weeks;: 3 somebody would please tell d-J ,'.'>>
Perry, Hall 6 Vorhees, Flanders 3 large a dredge is now being

Singles fully used-I have heard of a

Reckwerdt 8. B. Weeks;: 6 dredge, but know nothing
Lawson 6' Flanders 3 I about it. 1.t Distributor

Manley G R. Weeks '4 Well, let's go ashore- 1cQIE
turn buckle or you'll land
STORM REPAIR WORK BEGUN drink-and visit Mr. That Good

:MONDAY: WITH ROOFING OKLAliELLE hurricane gate, officially '"

ELEMENTARY< : SCHOOL as number 4. This used to be

the most inaccessible place I Gulf

Following the arrival Saturday ofa map, but now you can drive .

shipment of metal roofing, a. crew the Chosen! road, turn left Gasoline i;(; .
of workmen under the direction of fore reaching the pontoon

PW'A District Supervisor G. C. Crid- to Torrey Island, and roll in .
er began the program of repairing right into Broadfoot's front ''\ "

storm damage to public buildings by If you missed the early stages .
tearing off the old roof of the La- struction on the other two : ,

Belle Elementary school and replac- can watch them from A to Z py0jHAI p5cE1l1E lijBm ,iH d S IJ a PER C1JmmER I 'Z1ltt'iU.iES\ .

ing it with 5-V crimp gauge metal one, and in many rerpscts it G ; ......
roofing.In the most ,,/ EggCA Irln 'ftE 11..8 ? fi''l'i"n:, ,,,. ""t- ', \" I I"- I "", '.-
interesting.If ND J : r c..".. II I "H !r...) t b... I .. I
addition:] to the new rpof the this! terrain could just i





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tifc- CLEW1STOX, FLORIDA SUBSCRIPTION; $2.00 PER YEAH


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I NOTICE NWtt of NE'/4 . .17 43 28 40 Unknown 4.15

Notice is hereby given that the following described lands, or so much E/2 of NE!4 & N'/a .
thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes of 1933 herein of NE'/40f SEli .17 43 28 100 Unknown :. 9.82 ,

set opposite to the same, together with cost of such sale and advertising will S 4-5 of SEli of SE

be sold at public auction on Monday, the 4th day of June, A. D. 1934 at the V4 . . . .17 43 28 32 Unknown . 3.22

hour of 12 o'clock noon at the Court House Door, the County of Hendry, in SEli of SE & N /2

the City of LaBelle, State of Florida. of NE>/4 : . .18 43 28' 120 Unknown . . . . 8.14

NJ/2 . . . .19 43 28 320 Unknown . . .. . 22.00
EJ/2 of NEl/4 . .21 43 28 80 Lee J. Stebbins 11.42 .

a N/2 of NEli & SE'/4 .
N of NEli & E'/2 of "
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Description of Land 3 3, a CD m Owner Amount of Taxes SW'/4 of NE'A .28 43 28 140 Unknown 10.28

g s.CJ. and Costs ETa of W'/2 of SE'A of -

r 00 H a < NEtt . . 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'A of _.' fttrJ \ '
SW'A' ; . . 2 43 28 160 Lee County Investment '. NEli exc 5 acres S '. :
Company . . . $16.13 \ -4
j sq in SE cor of SE )

l Washington Gardens ',4' of NE'4 . .30 43 28 64 .
Unknown . . . . 20.28 ,
r S-D of NW'A 2 43 28 E'/2 of SE'4 of NW'

Block 8, Lot 13 ". \ of SW'A .. : 5 44 28 5 Kittie Alice McGill . . 1.37 t:
Washington Gardens SW'A; of NEli of
E. D. McCoy . .'. : .. 1.67 ., :
1 I Block 29,' Lots 14-15- '-. SW'A . . 5 44 28 10 Regina Landregan :-. . 1.37 ,

16 Washington .-. -:. ;; ,SW'A of NW',4' . 8 44 28 40 Ida A. Wood . .,. . 3.53

,I .. Clyde Kempt.-. ;. . 1.67 N'/ of SW'A . :. .18 44 28 80 Unknown . . . . 5.37 M
Gardens .
Block 32, Lots 18-19 r::' :-.', SE'A of SW'A . .18 44 28 40 Unknown . . . . 2.92

Was-. ;' '"," .', ,-. ." NW'A . . . 19 44 28 160 American Legion : . . 10.30 tJJ

dens ... : :.... !. .., U. S. G. Dogan ..: . .. 1.67 All . . . 2 45 28 63S Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07
47 Lot 23 : .'., : '-' ',' ..f All . :. . 4: 45 28 630 Lee Cypress Co. . . : 25 07 ..
Block .
Gar- '-. : ,.'. All . : . . .6 45 28 640 Lee Cypress Co. : . 25.07 n
Washington '
dens ': Unknown . . . . 1.67 All . ; . .' 8 45 2S 640 Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07Lee : i ip

Block 49, Lots 35-36- .',, All . . . .10 45 28 640 Cypress Co. ., . . 25.07 "

3738Vashington J... -) '"._-,s All ',' . .'. . .12 45 28 610 Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07 9r :

Gardens : : .fNora, : & Green Mills .-. . 1.67 All .1.. . . .14 45 28 640 Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07 .

"li/PI Block 50, Lots 6-7 ';' : .. ':". ". All . . . .18 45 28 640 Lee Cypress Co . . 25.07 = )

Washington Gar- ..,'. ." All .: .:. . .20 45 28 640 Lee Cypress Co. . .'. . 25.07 ..;
';-" ; Mitchell 1.61 All ... : . . .22 45 28 610 Lee .
dens :. ". '. Martha & Charley Cypress Co. . . 25.07 ..;
', .t All . . . .21 45 23 640 t sc
Block 50 Lots 8-9 :: : : Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07Lee .5,+
Washington, Gar- !-; '.-.. All .-. . :. . .25 45 28 640 Cypress Co. . . 25.07

dens . -':-':. Toast ':McClinton .... . 1.67 All .' .-. . . .28 45 28 640 Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07 fczssiCD :
Lots 20-21 .':; ( .- ., .".' All . : . . .30 45 28 640 Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07 t1tt1 \ '.
Block 50, ', All -. .'. . . .32 45 28 640 \ L :,
; Washington Gar't: : ,.. Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07 > ,.
',; Mrs. Dock Van: . : . 1.61Katherine I All . . . .34 45 28 610 Lee Cypress Co. . . 25.07 ,..... ;
dens All . .'. : . .36 45 28 640 '
50 Lot 28 : 1 Lee Cypress Co. '. . . 25.07 b i (
Block Gar- : All frac . . 1 43 29 198 Unknown . . . 91.08 -

Washington. ;.;' :.. : .. \ Spain . ... 1.61 Gov. lots 3 & 4 '. 3 43 29 61 Unknown . : : . . 19.78 S. ,1

I Block dens 55, Lots 12-13... ; .:. Gov. lot 1 . . 6 43 29 31 Unknown . . . . 15.91 Ei

Washington Gardens : '.:." -- N'/2 of E% of Gov lot ijS.

i l Robert Riley . .'. ., 1.67Wide 3 . . . 6 43 2:9 10 L. W. Howard :: ... ... . 4.611 i ';

Acres Estates .',," Gov. lots 5-6-7 . 6 43 29 114 Unknown . . . . 27.14 '
'No.1S-DofSof '- .. ... .' ; Laura V. Hull's S-D 5 1 .

.. SE'A 2 43 28 ..... .,.' ...:'i'/;".,. of Gov lot 11 in 5 :r .?

Block 1 changed to J -. ,... -'--f.: sec 6 & Gov lots 2- X' il.j.a'- ', "
Lot 10 Wide Acres "'.' .',; .' ". .,' ;.v ,*;*:' .: 3-4 in sec 7 . '43 29. ': .

Estates 'i; ::: '. ..' .' .Unknown. :: ". .: r.-"':. .'::': .: .-. 1.67 Lot. 13 Laura V. .. ./,';:' ', <- ., "; __ .

Block K Wide Acres ,. : /. : j.: Hull's S-D . B. F. Lewis ".''. .., 2.29 :t

I Estates ; '.. Gov lot 1, . ; '. 7 43 29 43 Unknown ... : :':. '. ;. 12.65
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Lots 11-12 Wide Harriet Furnade . ; '. . 1.37 "City of LaBelle"S ." .'S '; .,. f
Acres Estates i sections 4-5-8-9 43 __ 29 ." :" .:' j

Lot 15 Wide Acres W. H. Sebastian:? : . 1.37'' Goodno's S-D of ., .... : /t; : :..., ; ,. ..
Estates block, 5 .. : . .4 43 2 ; ": : -.'.., :. i -
A. L. Kmzie : . . . 4.15 ;.. > ; :. -
'SWI' of NW'A 4 43 28 40 Irvin Griffith ::-. . 2.92A Lots 8-11 Goochio's .:.' .__, =::....,,:"; .... A

I S','';,4: of SEJ . 6 43 28 40' Unknown . .'. . . 13.38 S. -D., '.:. : .- Unknown .. -- .: : ". :.,..-;?'}?:!/.*'/;.',... '. ." 4.61 '. .;

SEI' . . 7 43 28 160 Unknown . ; : : .'. '. . 6.92 Lot 31 Goodno's S-D -. .V=" Unknown -: .; : ':i".,..':? ..,... <'10.50 :: '
!I S'/z' of NE'A; .. ; .4. .?- .432880. -...-. ... ,. -1'-. -\--1i-. -- .- .,<.. .- Lots 38-40 less 50 -. "7;. ." 5'.j; !f .- .;.... : r'. Aft -:_. -: .0 .
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6 acres in SW cor of Geo. W.. Hisler . .'.:: .'. ... 1.68 on east endGoodno's .,. .- Unknown : .'. ; ; ; . ; 20.08 fir
SW'A of NW'A 9 43: 28 .6". .,;.. S-D block ',' : 5 .:.' :

Beg at SE cor.NW'A ., : 6 West2 . . .443' 29 ,__ /. .,: :: ., (1)
50 Lot 10 & 22'/2 ft off .. .' :- ', ':
r. W, 40 rods, N ;-' ." ,' >
l.' rods E 40 rods, S 'nT. H. Whiddcn, .- . :: : : ; 6.27r south of lots 1-2-- f' ..'

i ,. ;. 50 rods to beg 9 43 28 13 vy. .r..... 3-9 ... . . 4 43 29 .: Unknown ... . ; '. ..:. . 24.12 :'
.,)' NE cor SEa of '. ." '. Jones & Larabee S-D ':'<' .
Beg .. .
NW'A-S 30 rods, W ..,. .. of Block 7 . 4 43 29 .' '

40 rods, S 10 rods, <:, :.., ., '.: ; Block 10 Jones & .... ... ". ,
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rods N '40 : : ." .. Larabee S-D ... 4 43 29 '" H.\V. '>
W 40 .: '. Johnson ..i . 5.39
, rods E 80 rods to .' ..J" .. ; Block 12 less a tract.- S .', .
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I t beg . . ... 9 43 28.,1:7:. W. E.. Dyess." .'::'- .-. . 11.18 175x75 ft in SW ,;<.: :::

i J 'b Beg SW cor of SE'A ..' ,' ; -' Corner . . 4 43 29 Unknown ; : ,. :, 4.91
: J of NE'A E. 36 1-5 "J., .' :. ''.I" :;.:.ii .. Block 15-33-34 Stew- '-- .1. .' .; IS-1

; i I :' rods, N 195 yds E '. ... ::'" .J art's S-D . .4 43 29 ,', .
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4 to Jack's Branch; : : ::;::: ...-= Lots 4-5-12-13-26-27

.1 i I I Nw'ly along said : ,. :.''.:.,...., -:.:::r::.:...'J' Stewart's S-D . John D. Tompkins' . . 4.61 :
I Branch to apt 350 .. .;,.-. ;" '.. ''\''''. '''-'. .. Block 29 Stewart's c.: '
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I 1' I''. ft S of the northern .J f.i IfT. :. ..<:z. \ :: t-: .:';: S-D . . . a
" :' '., .. 4 43. 29 Unknown . 6.93
:' bdry of SE'4 of ', .. ;. F >.: ," r: Block 37 Highlands . . .
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I NE'A; thence W to .. : :: '::;' Heights S-D . 4 43 29, N.O. .
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< r the western bdry of ,.. .. : : :: ,: ;;. Lots 8-9 Highlands / .
SEA of NE'A :. -- ; \ .: ;
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t thence south to :. ." : .!. .; :-' Heights H. & Jennie S. King . 1.53
43 28 18 w. E. Dyess:. . ';::: :.-:'. . 13.28 Block 40 "Questend"SD .
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beg . . 4 43 29 ., ,
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I k Beg 6 chs & 21 IksE :': <'Y'" Lets 30-31-32 "Ques-
of lot .:" /:-;,!" lend" . . '
of NE cor ;
; : :: : G. T Tiffany . . . 2.29 # .1!
2 E 12 chs & 96 Iks .: :" Block 41 Bush S-D "4 43 29 r
to crk-down crk to r'f', : ., Lot 33 Bush SoD "- --
; : .. Della M. Shackelford . ., ) 1.23
riv-down riv to pts :.?' ;': Block 42 Aiken S-D 4 43 23 r
I of beg . . .10 43 28 28 LucileChapman : .} f'. .. .. . 9.34 Lot 18 Aiken S-D ... .... .:. 'VL
Thos. 1.23
K. Tedder . '
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SW'A of SE'A of '". Block 45 Hedges S-D 9.29 ,
43 28 10V.. E. Dyess :\\ . 5.67Beg Lot 9 .. J..
NW'4 . . .10 : .: :J: Hedges S-D .'. Unknown . . '. : I 1.99
NW of : Blocks 50 & 51 Hick-1 '
at cor S ,.. .. :\
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sec 10 thence runE .j. :' C. ," : pochee Heights S-D 943 29 : ; _,:".' ,". Od
S : Block A lots 7-8 '. .'- 5---. ,. i I ,
alg the northern :. . : < ; { : :
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bdry of sec 10-362 Hickpochee .,-, : ::--. :: '
ffe to pt of beg of ., ,: ': f':: :;.:1,!. : ::1'''' '' .;r'1 ; .". ,;: .'!.":"'" }.:': Heights . . ."-_:S* ''' "' .:<' J. T. Eradshaw. '.- .. .'. .. .. ." .1.83
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__ land herein con- ;8: ;. \. ..;.;V.. f .r:" : :: Block C lots 28-29- .., <1' : ;
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't veyed-S parallel ', B a7rci;:! .i't..C;"" '.':iH.7f'. ....', : .-: 30 Hickpochee -""_" : I 'j

to W bdry of sec ...; r") ; H.r .r;. : .: ....' ','. Heights . . r ,. '_J/a .'." Nellie McQuire.-. 1.83 ;
10-783 ft thence r *"? 7I 1 L P k N -r:;:,;: :, 'J'. .. Block F lots 21-22 : I Z
east & parallel to ',: .. :..Iffn: 'F !''I!' :""' '.; HickpocheeHeights ",' i. ; .
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bdry 1.83
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sec 10 353 ft to i fYI.T : :t1'f' : ; }\ :. t11r' Block 54 Reeves S-D 9 43 29 .' : \ ;
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center of sloughNe'ly w'. Lot 10 Reeves S-D. Kurd L. Reeves\': .:.: .... .. 1.23 .'. tfb/
center ff( rs; : l1u: : rj' Block 72 . .9 43 .
along : '.' 29 Unknown ; ;. : : : ; 5.86 '. '.
W4v 77-.78- .
of Denaud : f :!" .I : 1: .F rt : Blocks 79-80 f :, :.: .
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slough to a point w i ra'i1 i z r : "LaBelle Terrace" 9 43 29 ;. :--; : J
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t ,r'-:',\ on northern bound- ,', f. V :S;,. f Ji H '": w. Block Clot 4 "La:4': :

of 10 west"T: ,!.tf'i 1.1 "cl' F...;.;... ., I Belle j'r ----. ,
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If ary sec '''' Terrace" T' ,
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along northern '-.. _1 I." Block D lot 15 "La- : ':'
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,Ir boundary sec 10 / ., '. BIBelle Terrace" "',. :j' :Mary L. Bowman . . 1.53 _
j 683 ft to pt of be- G lot 9 "La- : --- _' tJ) .
ginning . . .10 43 28 9 Robert Daniels . . ..7.98 Belle Terrace" !' .
: .L .. Unknown . ... .S ; 1.53
I Beg 140 yds E of : Block G lot 11 "La- ...... ", -
NW cor SW'A of ,, .;..: -.. ._ I'. ". .. I Belle Terrace" ., .. . ..
: : : ; :-: .Aol <" Unknown . . . 1.53V .
NEB of NW'A E 1 ''r; : Block Ii lot 1 "La- .
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10 yds-S 70 yds :. .',. ;'.:,.c.' .' : :; -: 1. Belle Teirace" ---: ; .
E 70 yds-S 150 '; .. Block H lots 15-16 S. } : '

yds-W 220 yds- ", ...c.. '. : :' J I Ii "LaBelle Terrace" J' .-. Robert Haisch . . . 1.53. .
N 150 yds-E 140 ; S. Block 82 the Haynes ', "

yds-N 70 yds to S ',..,: .. -;' South Central S-D 9 43 29"'; i J

\{i I beg . . .10EVfe 43 28 7 :Unknown;'-. . . . . 4.08 Sec A lots 22 to 28 ':: Unknown .,. . . .'. . 1.97 !

}1 I of W/ of SW Block 99 . 6 R. H. :Magill . . ; . f 6.63 r
: I ',4 of NE'4 . .14 43 28 10" Madeline Ayer Home '. ... 3.83Beg Block 103 "Shadow -,- I I
1050 ft W of. Lawn Court" S-D 4 43 29 j ;
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f SE cor lot 1, W 100 '. Blgck B lot 11 "Shad- .S : '.
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ft, S 375 ft to Block B lot 12 USh a d J,. .. .,-- ;.' .. .- .. .
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W/ of SW'A & I Block B lot 14 'Shad .-...'.- J< ,.,. ';.- .
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Block 104 . . 4 43 29 R.. H. :Magill . . . 12.82 S of NE cor of Nli
Beg 50 ft W & 380 of Sli of SE; of
ft S of NE cor of NEB, W 137 ft, S

'. gov lot 3, S 110 ft, 140 ft, E 137 ft,' N

v300ftN110ft, 140 ft to beg .17 43 29 li B. A. Wiggins . . ; 2.73
E 300 it to beg. 5 4.3 29 Lucile N. Chapman . . 9.38 Nli of SWli of SEA S

Beg 755 ft S & 830 ,i of SW'A of NEli 17 43 29 1,/ Unknown . . . .. 1.53
itV of NE cor gov "Luckey's" S-D of '
lot 3V 120 ft, N Eli of NEli of -

to riv, E alg riv to NEli . . .17 43 -29 ?'
pt N of beg, S to Block 3 lots 12-13 \

Beg . . . 5 4.3 29 Unknown : . . . 14.32 "Luckey's" S-D Unknown . . . . 1.53 -""-' .'
Beg 755 it S & 950 Block 4 lots 1-3' .

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

Beg . . . 5 43 29, Geo. :M. Hendry . . . 14.32 "Luckey's" S-D 'Mattie Burnett . . . 2.29
"Rowards Addition" Eli of W/2 of NEli .
A S-D of 4 acres in of NEli formerly apart S

west part of gov' of "Pine

lot 1 . . . 5 43 29. Crest" S-D . .17 43 29 5
Block A lots 1-2 Lots 74 to 79 "Pine ,

"Howar Addi- ; Crest" . . Unknown . . . . 1.53
tion" . . Unknown . . . . 1.83 "Royal Palm Estates ,

"Lynn High Point" ; > ,' No. 1" a S-D 'ofW2 '
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S-D beg at a pt 50 Of Wli Of -

it W of a pt 785 ft NEli of NWi! exc : .a
S of NE cor of see 2 acres . . 17 43 29

5, S 235 ft, 'N 150 .- .- Lot 10 "Royal Palm S '

ft, S 300 ftV 300 \ Estates No. 1" John Sun . . . . 1.53
ft, N 535 ft, E 450 Lot 11 "Royal Palm I '

ft. . . 5 43 29 ;':;' -':): -.. .. .::.J ;: .. Estates No. 1" Jas. N. Nanikas . .. . 1.53
Block 1 lots :2 : ; : : .; ; .; :./ "Royal Palm EstatesNo. ,

"Lynn High "Point :Unknown :. '.. ';. /: ;: 13.12 2" a S-D of S/ '
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"College View" a SD'.C" ". <:: ..... of N'/2 of SEli of .
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of part of Fraser '. \. NEli ; . .17 43-29 ., : ;:. J
tract . . .5 43, .29 '- ''. Lots 11-12 "Royal 5 : ,:''f'
Lots 13-14 "College '0 ,.. Palm Estates" No. .- S =- r;
Unknown . . .'. . '
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View' 1.53 2 . . . : JanieRuffin' :. : :; ;. :'. ::'. 1.83Lot
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"Court House" S-D ." .' ". (:'-:. I 59 "Royal Palm ," : ,. ... < ".; : .
of : ; I Estates No. 2" . T. M. Badders :. .'?. ;-. .':. 1.53

;Jir{{;:: ; :) : } "Royal Palm Estates .' S s" '." S ...... ".
>"i3 ;! ; : No. 5, S-D of W/a ..'. .. .. '
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ft, of W/2 of SWli of .... "C :,.... 5:: '.. ....{: >'
= }. : ..' SE;; . . 18 43.29 ; ? :.h
ft, S 899 ft . 5 43. 29'... ; ;... :,: ; '. . .
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Block 1 CourtHouse" '. ;: >- Block 2 lot 8 "Royal ... -. (

= S-D . Unknown -. .'. ';'; ;' :. : ... 10.80 Palm EstatesNo. -:,. I _'. ..<'.. .'.<,.:,.:: :.' 1 11' f1
Block 2 "Court- .' .' 5" . . . W. '.H. Cassells. ;' : ; : .J.\. .'.-. 1.83 :J

o House" S-D . Unknown ,< . . . . 6.16 "Royal Palm Estates .': ; : ',":.':: ;'::-",
Block 3 "Court" ':.: :' No. 6" a S-D of E;2"l..' : .' !. ;..': '

House" S-D . :.' :'.> Unknown : . ... :. 4.61 of W/2 of SWli of :... I i
,, Block 4 "Court h' ." SEli . . .18 43' 29 ,. ,:ft,: '

House S-D . .Unknown . . . . '10.80 Block 1 lots 1-2-3-4 ., S
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Block 5 N'z lots 1-2- :. :, : "Royal Palm"Es- :." '. .

) 3-4 "Court House" I' ", ; tates No. 6" . :... ::.::. : .., S Unknown . . ;.. : ... .! 1.83

S-D . . . :, :...' Unknown . . . ; : 2.59 Block 1 lots 6-7 ..r. : "' '.
Block 55' lots '1-2- .' {". :' ",::, "Royal Palm Es- : u ?:; ,' ..; ." .

= 3-4 "Court House" .: :-/, '. .:. tates No. 6" . ..ti t.(". :' -. ... R. A. Thagard ... .. :'. '. 1.83

S-D . . .. .:;, ,. .'.I. Unknown . . .. .; 7.23 "Royal Palm Estates ":"i> .' .- ...
"' ',. ," .' No. 7" a S-D of '.. S .. .
Block 5 lot 5 "Court ..:.f ;. : .
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House" S-D . ,...' Unknown . .-. '. .. . ; 1.53 Wli of E'/2 of SW;4 ; ".- :"..' ': '. ,..:: : ; : .:.
Block 6 "Court :.: :. of SE l''t . . 18 43 -29- : ', ',/'

House" SD"k'' ., Unknown. . . .'. 2.29 Block 3 lot 1 "Royal S ... :.. > ;: ; '
= Court View S-D; A. .:.., ..:' Palm Estates No. = '. .' < '-'--:.:.':.' .

S-D of part of gay '', :...-: .... "" . . . Madie Lowery .... : ':. :::; 1.83
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B lot 3, see 5, beg at .::; .: Block 3 lots 13-14 ., >. <, .
"00 SE cor, W 638 ft to ': : '< :,' "Royal Palm Es- .. S '. "

beg,' N 525 ft, W S ,.' .,.: y>. tates No. 7" . Unknown . . T. :.. 1.83
0 420 'it 5525 ft E .< :,' jJ'" I Block 4 lots 13-14 5 .r

o 420 ft'to'pt of beg 5 43 29 :" .:!;, :'. "Royal Palm Es'J': .

HTj Lots 3 to 3 Court .' ; .. 1 tates No. 7" . > ZaeTallyEstate.. .. . .. 1.83

H View . .. . Unknown . ..; . a. 3.07 '''Evelyn Terrace" a f'
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Lot 18 Court View Unknown . .. ; ," 1.23 S-D of SE; of .

Lots 28 29 30 31 -' SWli . . .18 43 29
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Court View ... Unknown . :-.;;. ;; : 2.29 : Lots 23-24 "Evelyn '.' li: -

"LaBelle Park" ., : :-. ., :,- ySD ; : Terrace" . . ;. Geo. A Osborn . . . 1.53Lots ;
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.. = beg at pt : ,: : 35-36 "Evelyn -.. .
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' ft S & 1748 ft W .' : $:_;'. r: Terrace" . . J. M. Simpson. . r. 1.53Lot ;

of NE'or see 5, '11':" .. .. :. YY';\;It.f }:. 229 "Evelyn ":: ,' _

5 EiSr VI 892 ft S 1301 \. _. : -.- ;'.. .'...".. ;' :.f'::"l'i. ?' '" Terrace" . . & S Louise P. Abbott . . 1.53;

ft E1552'ft N 892 .,'. .<"i : ; :t SWli. of SW; of -..:, .

:: ft' W 660 ft' N 660 .. '_:..j:: I ioft'to '/. SEli & S'/a of '.. .:
pt of beg. 5 43 29 ,:. :.,; .' NW/4 of SWli of = '

Block 6 lots 6-7 "La- ., .'. :.:'. SE!'4 . .. .17Nli 45 29 15. James L. Taylor . : . 2.90( f :

0 Belle Park" . .. Sarah, Hughes : ; .. ; : : ;. 1.53 of NW!/ of ;. :
Andrews Addition to -: .:,: NE;, & SEli of .
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I LaBelle Park . 5 43 29 ::. .: NWli of NE!. .20 45 29 30 James L. Taylor . : : 3.3T
Lots 10-11, blk ....-( :i. ,,: S'i of SEli & NEli ,

.00 8, Andrews Ad- ,_ ", ',,::..,;. .: of SEli & Sl'a of .: ,'

,,', Unknown . . ; : '. 1.53 NW% of SEli & :; .
dition ........._.. ..:.,'. .'
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0 '- ? ,.; NWli of SEli .20 45 29 145 W. \V. Holland . ..: : ; 13.24
8, Andrews Ad- .". ""
'., '..' Unknown . . .-. ; 1.53 NWli; of SEli of .:
(0 ditiou ............ 1 .
0 ., '; '" NEli . . .27 45 29 10 Alice Bruner . . ;: .. 1.53N
Block 9 lots 16-17 \ .
C. J. KIrk . . . :. 1.53 % of NEli of NE% -
Andrews Addition ; .
.J : of SE;. . . .27 45 29 5' ,,F. L. Dunaway . . 1.53
Lot 23 & Sz of 24 .
S. A. Luckey . . . 4.61 W/2 of W1'2 of NWli '
Andrews Addition .
of NE;'4 . .27 45 29 10 Unknown . . . 1.53
"Avalon Place" S-D
NWli of NWli . .27 45 29 40 Stanley Grainger . :. 3.55
of lot 1 of Ez ofLot4"AvalonPlace"
S'/: of SEli of NEli
NE 4 . . 8 43 29
: Della 1\1 Shackleford : ;\ 1.99"Palmdale" of SEli . . .28 45 29 5 Unknown . . . . 1.53

... S /2 of SE!. . .28 45 29 80'J.. N. Hall . . . . 6.63
S-D of .
a SEa of NW;4 & N;% "
lot 12 of E% of NE ;
ofSW 40fNWJ't..33 45 29 60 Unknown . . . .5.39.
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B. F. Jilek' : 1.23"Belmont" SWli of NEli & : '
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Lot :
: :', ;" ', SEli of NW;4 .34 45 29 80 Unknown . . .:::".. . 6.93
i.f S-D of W S ;.,
C Beg NW cor of 'NE;.
% of NEa; . 8 43 29 .
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of SWli run E 520 ;
Block 2 lot 22 "Belmont" '
Unknown . . . '. . 4.61 ft S to S line of ,';.
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o Block 11 lot 12 "Belmont" ': SophIa C. Moss . . . 1.53 to beg ... . .34 45 29 16 Frank L. Franz :. .: . 3.19
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14 lot 1 "Belmoat" .
Block :?ii Unknown . . ; . 1.53 of SE& ................35SWli 45 29 60 Unknown .. .. . . 6.16
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: of SEa of
14 lots 2-3
Block"Belmont" . 'Ibos. M. WooldrIdge . 1.53 NEli . . .35 45 29 10 J. L. Taylor . . . 1.53
Gov lots 3-4 . 6 43 30 84 Florida Industrial Company 8.18
16 lots 10-11
'. Block"Belmont" . C. A. Hires ". . . . 1.53 SEa . . .22 47 31 160 Fla. Timber Lands Corp. 7.22 __-
: : Addition" to All . . . .23 47 31 640 Fla. Timber Lands Corp. 27.51

t "Adairs Belmont . .8' 43 29 ",- .','. All . . . .26 47 31 640 Fla. Timber Lands Corp. 27.51 Y

Lots 5 to 12 "Adairs :' ..., ,:." ''.:-; -, Eli . . . .27 47 31 320 Fla. Timber Lands Corp. 13.98

Addition" . Unknown . . .':... .=;..;.:.. 2.29 NWli . . .23Nli 43 32 160 Trustees I. I. Fund . . 15.91
Terrace" of Sof SW;

"Englewood S-D of Ei of SW. of NW of SW '4. .29 43 32 2Arthur Fishman . . 1.53

& NV of SE!. . .. NWli of NEli . 6 44 32 40 T. H. Neil . . . . 6.63
Sec. blot 1 "Engle- .. Wli of NWli . 8 44 32 80 J. M. Kentzelman . . 12.04
Unknown . . '. .
wood Terrace" . 1.53 SEli of SWli of
Sec. Clot 9 "Engle- SEli . : . .284432 10 Unknown . . . . 1.53
\ Terrace" Unknownwood . ;,. ; . 1.53E "Providence City" -
S. E. Sanchez . ; . .. .
% of SE of SWa.ll 43 29 20 17.45 A S-D of SWli & '
N\V 't of' NE% & W 2 Wli of SEli ; .34 44 32 5 5 5 5 5

of WV 2 of NE't of Block 24 lots 343536 -
50 U n known ........................ 7.23 P i dence .'
NE; . .'. .14 43 29 r o v
W of NE!'t of SE' City" . . James De Sane . . . 1.83
of NE 't . . .14 43 29 5 '-r.'''' D. Lucas . ... . 1.5i\ Block 27 lot8 .
LucIlle . . . ; . 1.53
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;. SE of SE't of NE',..14 43 29 10 Chapman 1.99 "Providence City" Frank Moore ..'
W3-4 of WV Z of NE!'t / Block. 27 lot 10 '

,: of NE; . . .17 43 29 '14 Unknown . . . . 3,07Syi "Providence City" Trustees I. .I. Fund . :. 1.53
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of Nei of N's of Block 52 lots 30-31 .
,, SE 'tof NE4 . .17 43 29 5 Jesse Lewis .. . . . 1.53 "Providence City" Will Brown . . . 1.53

N'2 of S'% of SEA of "Garfield City" A ,
, ., '. .. NWV4, exc' 425 ftx S-D of SEli of -
<:_ 100 ft in SE cor .17 43 29 9 Unknown . . . 3.37 NE; & Eli of .- A S
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f .. r > NJ,2 of N'z of SWJ't SE% . . .34 44 32 .
....'. ; of NW . .17 '43 29 10 Unknown . . . . 3,17NE Block 1 lots 15-16 .
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't of NEJ't of 4 "Garfield City" Carrie Strong . .
::: SW!'t . . .17 43 29 10 Paul O'Bannon. . . ... 3.07 Block 1 lot 28 "Gar- ,

, -, Ez of NWJ. of NE'of field City" . Unknown . . . . S 1-53:
::. ... :, ; S\VJ't : . .17 -43 .29"J.5/?. Paul O'Bannon . . . 1.53 Block 3 lots 25 to 28 -
; Beg NE cor of N''s '. : ri" '7 '" :-: "!:" :'k- "Garfield City" Annie Mattox . . . 1.53

of '2S0f17E',t ofNE .;/F.-: : !'', :!! \ ..,,' 'd :r. .. Block 4 lot 47 "Gar- .
;' W .. field City" . Lavinia Fields Estate . ... 1.53 *
330 ft N 140 ft ., S .
,: : Block 9 lots 26-27 4t
f.-: E 330 ft to beg "Garfield City" Trustees I. I. Fund . : 1.53 w

less road . .17 43 29. 1 Unknown. . . . . 4.27 Block 10 lots 17 to .; '
Beg 343 ft W & 25 ft 20 "Garfield City" Unknown 153Tr

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SEli of SW; . .25 45 32 40 Unknown . . . . 3.55 Block 27 Lots 19-20
SWli of SEli . 25 45 32 40 Unknown . . . . 3.55 Clewiston . :. Mary G. Dahlberg . . 2.05
Sli of S%. of SWli Block 36 Lots 18-19-
of NWli . .35 45 32 10 Oscar Luckey . . . 1.53 20 Clewiston . W. J. Ferguson . . . 3.08
NW;. of NEli of Block 136 Lot 2
NWli . . .354532 10 Stafford Luckey . . 1.53 Clewiston . Walter R. Tweedy . ;. 1.79
Eli of NWli of Block 138 Lot 15
NW'/4 . . .11 44 33 20 E. A. Winslow . . . 6.29 Clewiston . C. E. Shaw ; . . . 1.79
Eli of SE;. of SE} .11 43 33 76 O. T. Russell, U.S.S. Corp '. 18.43 Block 138 Lot 17 '
Eli of NEli of NW/423 44 33 20 Chas. L. Whitcomb . . 4.31 Clewiston . C. D. Fitch . . . . 1.79
NEli of NEof Block 139 Lot 9 .
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SE; . . .27 44 33 10 Hannah Y. Slater . /'. 3.07 Clewiston .. Mrs. R. N. Sanders . . 1.79
"Lincoln Square Block 141 Lot 1
Bertha . . 1.79
Park No. 1" A Clewiston . Mehring
S-D of Eli . .35 47 33 Block 146 Lot 15
Block 6 lots 1-2 Clewiston . Sadie 5 M. O'Meara .. . 1.79
"Lincoln Square Block 152 Lots 1-2-3 5
Park No. 1" . Hardie. Brown . . . .' 1.83 Clewiston . S 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- Clewiston . Geo. H. Heinz . . . 1.79
coIn Park Block 156 Lot 21
Square
. . .. Sarah Feuchtinger . . 1.79
No. 1" . . Charlie Little 1.84 Clewiston . .
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 1 1S
"Lincoln Square Block 163 Lot 15
Park No. 1" . Ella Griffin . . . 1.83 Clewiston ; . .,- E. L. Alston Sr. . . 2.56 .h
.' Block 167 Lot 7 "
Block 50 lots 383940 ; .
"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 ,!
coln Square Park Block 168 Lot 2 o ':

No. 1" . . ..... William Twiggs . ; . '1.83 Clewiston . Trustees I. I. Fund . . 1.79 _
Block 77 lot 15 "Lin'J': Block 168 Lots 141516 = :k
coIn Square Park .,:>,.J,::- Clewiston . Unknown . . . . 2.31
No. 1" . . ".. William Twiggs . . 1.83"Lincoln Block 170 Lots 8-9 '
Square Park Clewiston . Unknown . . . 7.46
No. 2" S-D of Wli.35 47 33 Block 170 Lot 18 .
Block 21 lot 18 "Lin- -. Clewiston . J. W. Smith . . . 1.79 A"j
coIn Square Park '- '- <. Block 171 Lot 10 -

No. 2V . . Oscar E. Mclntire ... . 1.83 Clewiston . : A. A. Wright . . . 1.79 '-I .
Block 26 lots 38 to 42 Block 172 Lot 4 <114! :'._
Clewiston J. W. Smith 1.79
"Lincoln Square : .S <4 "
Park No. 2" . Unknown . . . .' 1.83 Block 172 Lot 6 .
. "JJ-- Block 57 lots 42-43 Clewiston . S. Feuchtinger . . . 1.79 ,..' = :t to
-if-' "Lincoln Square Block 172 Lot 7 '
Park No. 2" Lula Thompson . . . 1.83 Clewiston . '. : E. C. Cole . . . . 1.79 j
Eli . . ..5 48 33 320 Trustees I. I. Fund . . 15.70 Block 172 Lot) 14 ,":. .:.... ;
Garfield Park S-Dof Clewiston . v j2;:,;{:,,:',: E. Feuchtinger . . . 1.79 ) i I!

NEli . . 9 48 33 Block 172 Lot 15 'X'
Block 4 lot 46 Gar- Clewiston . .,", Trustees I. I. Fund . . 8.74 ft !J

field Park . Dona Chapman 1.53 Block 173 . 10 43 34-
Block 7 lots 14-15 Block 173 Lot 2 :-

Garfield Park . Dona Chapman 1.53 Clewiston . .D. F. Woodward . . 1.79 .,
Block 11 lots 3-4 Block 173 Lot 4 : -
Garfield Park . ':A;:: Lola Edwards 1.53 Clewiston . ;. E. S. Matteson . . . 8.74 -O = :.1'
Block 23 lots 1-2 :. Block 173 Lot 15 ,' S3
Garfield Park . \<': Susie Dell .. 1.53 Clewiston . ',J." -; J. W. Smith . . . 1.79
Block 26 lots 25:26 : :' ". Block, 173 Lot 21 :: -',< : =
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Garfield Park . Trustees I. I. Fund 1.53 Clewiston . ,:' ;':-: L. M. Harding { . 1.79 poojo J
Block 26 lot 48 Block 173 Lot 23 -

Garfield Park . Unknown 1.53 Clewiston . --., ," -- W.' G. Ames . . . 20.34 i
Block 29 lots 38-39 'Block 173 Lot 24 j o :

Garfield Park . Annie Lee Kelley 1.53 Clewiston . "; ,- Unknown . . . 1.79
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Block 33 lots 45 to 48 Block 175 Lot 6 ,; ,; CJft .
Garfield Park . : Pearl Thomas 1.53 Clewiston . J. W. Jones . . . . 1.79 5.N .
Block 38 lots 21-22 ..... Block 175 Lot 8 '/ :: S :.I'

GarfieldPark . ......,. Fannie McClaine . . 1.53 Clewiston . J. W. Smith . . . 1.79
"Ford Center" A S-D Block 176 Lot 1 .
of NWli . .10 48 33 Clewiston . : C. Thorpe . . . 1.79 .
Block 1 lots 17-18-19 Block 176 Lot 28
"Ford Center . Lewis Sirmons 1.53 Clewiston . H. H. Hathaway . . 1.79 ftQ t'j; :
Block 8 lots 1 to 5 '. i Block 176 Lot 31 .- .J. ? '
"Ford Center" . ., Trustees I. I. Fund 1.53 Clewiston . ....; Block 8 lots 32-33 ';".-' --., .. Block 176 Lot 32 .;:_,*: ); f S .
"Ford Center" . ;""', ", Henry Bankston '.. '. 1.53 Clewiston . r:"' F. H. Roach . .. . 1.79 ::
"- '. Block 176 Lot 36 5
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Beg at a pt'610 ft .# > : ;
E of SW cor of <* Clewiston . 5 55 Unknown . . . . 1.79 ,,
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sec 14, N 275 ft, ( : : \ < ; "i"Y'jge Block 190 . . 10 43 34' ooi '
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East 130 ft, N 100 ,; Block 190 Lot 4 "
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ft, E 140 ft, S 375 '. '<,L. ::" ,< ," :' '. ':: Clewiston . Unknown . . . 1.79 \1 '
t ft, West to pt ofF ,' Block 195 Lot 1 S' ;
{" beg . . . .14 43 .34. 2'' T. J. Geiger .' 7.42 Clewiston . 9 43 34 The Clewiston Company'. 1.79 =-
y Beg 610 ft East & Block 195 Lot 10 J...Jr
275 ft N of SW cor I Clewiston . Unknown . . . . 1.79 = ."; ::
sec 14, N 100 ft, Block 195 Lots 24-25 ftP ''.ifpoojo
E 130 ft, S 100 ft, I Clewiston . The Clewiston Company . 2.05 '" ,
w 130, ft to nt of Block 196 Lot 5 J \1.1.
beg. . : .14 43 34 % L. L. Lowe . . . 2.86 Clewiston ..... . > B. W. Deen .' 1.79
SWli of NWli of S Block 196 Lot 6 .'t', '
SWli . .. . .23 43' 34 10 J. L. Miller . . . 6.47 Cleviston : . ''':i M. E. Vasloe 1.79 O
SE;: of NWli of Block 196 Lots 18-19 ; ',," *

SEa . . .23 43 34 10 Unknown . . . . 6.47 Clewiston . ,M. C. Smith 2.05 s =-
NWli of SE!; of S Block 201 Lot 4 ,;" ft a

SWli ... . . .23 43 34 10 B. J. Waldo . ... . 6.47 Clewiston . Claflin & Webster Garst 1.79 .00 0
Wli of Eli of NW Block 201 Lot 5 .
& Wof Eli of Clewiston . S. C. Berenek 1.79
SE; of NW; .24 43 34 48 F. J. TokiedaClewistonCorp. Block 201 Lot 6 "

............__....___..... 25.54 .Cl wiston . . ; E. J. Malone 1.79
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Wli of NEli of NWli35Eli 43 34 20 J.: Lee Smith . . . 11.88 Block 201 Lot 9
of SW} of SEli..13 44 34 20 Unknown . . . . 5.99 Clewiston . ,,, ,;,;" '-. W. E. Votava .- 1.7
Eli of SWli of NWli 5 45 34 20 .Chas. A. Camalier . . 4.31 Block 201 Lot 36 '.;r'. '.' H
SE!' of NWli of Clewiston . : 1 S. C. Berenek 1.79

NEli . . .13 45 34 10 Chas. A. Camalier . . 3.91 Block 202 Lot 1 o
SWli of SE; of Clewiston . 9 43 34 Unknown 1.79 '
NEli . . .13 45 34 10 R. F. Lowndes . . . 3.91 Block 202 Lot 10 <
Wli of NE of Clewiston : . -.., F. O'Mera .' 1.79 (I)
SE!. . .'. .17W1'2 45 34 20 Trustees I. I. Fund . . 4.61 Block 202 Lot 14
of SWli of Clewiston . .", _.- M. M. Conway 1.7 ft
., SEli . . .17 45 34 20 Peter H. Hoener . . 4.61 Block 203 Lot 17 ;. .o. *.
NE!. of NE; of Clewiston . :'.' + W. A. Davis 1.79 ? :.
NEli . . .25NWli 45 34 10 Ada L. Panton . . . 3.07 Block 203 Lots 23-24 ;{ .h: <1
of NE!. of Clewiston . <'.- Unknown . . . 1.79 :
NE; ; . 25 45 34 10 Ed & Frank Guarden . 3.07 Block 203 Lot 26 {, ,
SEa of NWli of Clewiston . .'J. W. Smith 1.79 Jj
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-. SWli . . .25 45 34 10 Geo. G. Renneker . . 3.07 Block 204 Lots 1-2 : ." fto j
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) SWli of NE;. . .29 45 34 10 Trustees I. I. Fund . . 8.18 Clewiston . 9 43 :.34 Unknown 2.05
: SEli of NWli of -- Block 204 Lot 5 1

SWli . . . 1 46 34 10 Geo. L. O'Hare . . . 3.07 Clewiston . ..; ;' C. A. Pretzel . . . I-7 :
SW;. of SE;. of Block 204 Lot 11 .

SWli . . 1 46 34 10 Trustees I. I. Fund . . 3.07 Clewiston . B. L. Rearden . . . 1.79 =
Eli of NWli . .21 46 34 80 E. A. Winslow . . . 8.18 Block 204 Lot 13 -
Eli of NW;. of Clewiston . . S Edw. Bonn .. 1.79
SWli . . 1 47 34 20 E. Beachand . . . 3.07 Block 207 Lots 2-3
"Townsite of Clewis ton"' beginning at a pt on the south line of sec 9, twp Clewiston . 9 43 34 Unknown 2.05
.. 43, rg 34, 1752.5 ft west of the SE cor of said sec 9, thence north 235 ft moreor Block 207 Lot 4 .;
... less to a pt; thence turn a deflection angle of 7" 33' right to the tangent. Clewiston . M. L. Starke .-. 1.79 .
of a 2".50' 11" curve (radius 2020 ft center ft being 250' east and 30' southof Block 207 Lot 7
the SE cor sec 9)) thence, on the curve to the right, 1500 ft more or less to Clewiston . Unknown .*. . . .1.79
a pt; (bearing a distance of long cord north 28" 48%', east 1465 ft more or Block 207 Lot 20 '
less) thence 24" 15' west 744 ft more or less, to a pt; thence north 18" 10' Clewiston . Unknown 1.79
east 651 ft more or less to a pt; thence N 63"; west 614 ft more or less to a Block 208 Lots 3-4' "
pt, thence N 24" 15' east 1580 ft more or less to the meander line of Lake Clewiston . 9 43 34 W. A. Isaacs 2.05. ;:
Okeechobee thence, south" 18' east, 1115 ft to pt on line between*sec 9 & 10a Block 354 Lot 25 ..
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distance of 4,137.5 ft N of SE cor sec 9; thence south 64" 16' east 5858.8ft Clewiston . 16 43. 34 R. R. Roberts .. : . 1.79 ., : :
to a pt on east line of sec 10, thence south along said line 1610.4 ft to Block 355 Lot 22 I I
monument being SE cor sec 10, thence south along east line sec 15, 2,720 ft Clewiston . J. W. Supthen 1.79 s II .
to a point on N line of Bahama St, thence west alg said line 4348.75 feet to Block 355 Lot 25 ; i i: I I:
cast line of Atlantic Ave, thence south along said line 610 ft to S line of FJa Clewiston . ..:... B. R. Payne .1.79. ." : ; !
Ave., thence west alg said line 1,345 ft to west line of Pacific Ave, thence N Block 355 Lot 27 (" t :
alg said line 610 ft to S line of Bahama St, thence W alg said line 1330 ft, to I Clewiston ... . K. Carey .-. "1.7 {
W line of Olympic Street, thence along a line 35' west of an parallel to Block 355 Lot 28 : 1
Olympic St 2720 ft to pt of beg. Clewiston . H. J. Warner . . . 1.79 )Jit.{ l:
Block 20 lot 10 I Block 356 Lot 44 '*: r :

Clewiston . Trustees T. I. Fund . . 1.79 Clewiston . J. J. Cahill . . . 1.79 ; >
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Block '22 Lot 2 3 Block 358 Lot 3 '

Clewiston . Eugene Feuchtinger . 1.79 Clewiston . ." Unknown .. ::..: . . . 1.7 "" ,.' .
Block 23 lots 20-21 Block 358 Lot 18 ..!(: '. .. {:' 5: "

Clewiston . . C. B. Fitch . .... . . 2.05 Clewiston '' ., .': '.;.:;,.>",-.: .-..;. .,;':. P. E. Lilyburg. "."..'.,. .. !'. .i' .;,,....1.79
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., Block 23; Lots 30-31- ,. ,oP:' Block 358 LotX23 .. ..". .4-'. '- : :"";.'
--. 32 Clewiston . Trustees. I., I. Fundr.; .; .".". .>.''..: 3.08 Clewiston . . -"" L. M. Harding ., .1..1..:I:, I:< 1.79.,. .
Block 27 Lots 3-4 '. Block ?5 Lots 4 .42 .... ... 55 5 ', '.- i

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Block 361 Lots 6-7 Clewiston . .'. .15 43 34 '\\'. }1. Chv.it . . . I.: I| Untie Eben
Clewiston . W. H. Bryan . ... ... 2.05 Block 409 Lot 14 "When a candidate shakes yo' hand
Block 361 Lot 16 :.. :< Clewiston . .15 43 34 Trustees 1.1. Fund . .... 1.79 an' 'How Is ?'" said
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Clewiston .. . ; J. C. O'Neal v. 1.79 Block 412 Lot 4
Block 361 Lot 45 ,. Clewiston . J.V.. Smith . . . 1.79 Ebeii, "what heslio-nuff means Is 'how
Clewiston . E. Feuchtinger . ... 1.79 Block 412 Lots 12-13 Is you Canter ,'otc2' "-WashlngtonStnr.
Block 362 Lots 28-29 I Clewiston: . ; ; ". Bessie Schuck . . : 2.05BIoclt"412 .
"clewiston . .15 43 34 Unknown .'. . . . 2.05 Lots 141516 '
30 Clewiston . Foster Meredith . . . 2.31
Block Clewiston 362 Lot. . N. B. O'Kelley .. . 1.79 I I Block 412 Lot 21. ................................................................,...........................,......'... ,., -J...
Block 367 Lot' 17 Clewiston . ; -. Wm. G. Ames :, . ... 1.79 : .
Clewiston . :M. A. Farran ..... : . .1.79 Block 412 Lots 26-27 5 5 :::: SEA t FOOD MARKET :;_:; -
Block 369 Lots 2-3 Clewiston . '. '. '. Unknown .. ... . 2.05
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Clewiston . J. W "Troeger 16.73 Block 415 Lot 40 .
Block 369 Lots 13 to : Clewiston . L. :M:. .'. . . 1-.79
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Block 369 Lot 17 Clewiston : '. -. . . ::
Eugene 1.79
Clewiston .:. . Charlotte E. Dorn . . ',. 1.79 Block] : 422 Lots 19 to Feuchtinger :x;_: FIRST DOC R NORTH POOLE'S GRO. Z
Block 369 Lot 24 24 Clewiston .-.'. '. Unknown . . .". . '' LAEELLE FLORIDA x
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Block 424 Lot 24 1: :N:N:1 N: :ti NON :N: :N:M:N:N:N:1 :N:N: N:1
Block 369 Lot 26 Clewiston . .16 43 34 Trustees I. I. Fund '. . . 1.79
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Clewiston . The Clewiston Company 1.79 Block 446 Lot 35
Block 370 Lots 21-22 Clewiston . Unknown .'.'... . . 1.79
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Clewiston . .15 43 34 Violet .J. Reasoner 2.05 Block 446 Lot 36
Block 370 Lot 38 Clewiston . .'. Unknown . . _. . 1.79 ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
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Clewiston . E. R. Button . 1.79 Block 448 Lot 13 REQUEST
Block 372 Lot 15 Clewiston . .-. I . .
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Clewiston . C. Bodine '. . . . 1.79 Block 453 Lots 10 to C.: E. STEBEL
Block 374 Lot 2. "' 15 Clewiston . S
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Clewiston . H. F.. Conway. ...' .. 1.79 Block 453 Lot 33 -
Block 374 Lot 12 Clewiston . Unknown .". : . . 1.79 Electrical ContractingPHONE
Clewiston . llrs. H. C. Avant. . . 1.79 Block 405 Lots 12 to 2121
Block 377 Lots 13-14 14 & 16 Clewiston .. ':. ; Unknown . . . 3.05
Clewiston . .15 43 34 R. A. Lily . . . .. 2.05 Block:1: 98 Lot 10 r- -:' I PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
Block 378 Lot 17 Clewiston . .-,15' 43 34-G.t. . .. . . .
W. Fuqua 1.79 "
Clewiston . A.. Betzer ... .,. ... :. .-. 1.79 Block 498 Lot 12. : "' .,:' Agent for
Block 381 Lot 3 :: Clewiston .'. : -"";' :.' H. . . . .
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Clewiston E. A Erickson. ... ... ... 1.79 Block 498 Lot 14 .', .' ',C -
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Block 381 Lot 4 : -M. M. . . . .
Clewiston . Unknown .. . ... .'. .. 1.79. I Clewiston"v.. .. Conway 1.79 RANGES AND
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Block 383 Lots 22-23 _' ',' '- ; : FRANK A. DOUGHERTY, APPLIANCESiS
Clewiston . ... D. B. McEachron ... .. . 2.051 I .' .,:- Tax Collector, Hendry County.

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