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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 29, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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j. Gomez-Albury Race Is ENGINEERS DEFEAT I Sand Gap on Road 67 WORK TO START



I :Most Interesting Here LAKE WORTH NINE Surfaced by Road CrewMoore SOON ON HOUSES

Haven, June 29.-The sand

I. -- o- 5-2 HERE SUNDAYThe gap on State Road 67 from where FOR 'GOVERNMENTWork
CWA forces stopped work several
Chief interest in the second primary Hollywood Diamond months
ago to State Road 25 was
!"\ J I election in Clewiston was centered U. S. Engineers added another closed yesterday by State Road is expected to begin immediately -

t' in the race for State Senator Bailers Trounce Locals scalp to their collection by defeating workers and traffic may now use the on the construction ;
the Lake Worth team on the local of the
cutoff to 25 without fear of
between Arthur Gomez and William spend-
19 houses in
diamond Sunday afternoon by a score ing from minutes to hours in the Clewiston for the use
V. Albury, there being, no runofffor I One of the largest and most of
enthusiastic of 5-2. The game was slow after the sand bed within sight of the pave- government engineers.Paul .

this precinct in any county race. I crowds ever witnessing a third inning with little doubt as to I ment. H. Smith, contractor of
Albury''was three vote lead the
given a
outcome.
diamond ball game turned, out Thurs- The shell has been placed duringthe Haines City, will construct the
in Clewiston, polling 62 votes to hisopponent's The Engineers were a little unsteady -
two
pact weeks
day night to see Hollywood defeat over this gap so houses. Mr. Smith and several or'I
159. The county vote as the game opened and In the the traffic could use the road. Work
gave Gomez a substantial majority the' Clewiston All-Stars to the tune first frame Lake Worth scored both has been speeded up considerably by I. his associates arrived in Clewiston

with 431 votes to Albury's 362. With of *fi-4. their runs. MacTavish, first man at the addition of several trucks this, yesterday Trucks are arriving daily

only a few precincts left to be reported -, The Hollywood team got the jumpon bat ,for the East Coast lads, got a week, and though the new base is containing equipment and building .
In the senatorial district Go- single. Jenne safe WilHam- material is rolling now and expecte'l
the local tearnTby scoring four was on still pretty rough a great saving in
mez' led by 159 votes. His lead came I son's and both scored : to arrive shortly. The houses will
: runs in the third innning in a bat- error runners time can be made by using this routeto
from Hendry and Collier counties on Fritz' At be of frame construction and placedon
ting rally led by Bobby Dosh. They long single. no time did Clewiston.R. .
with both Monroe and Lee counties the Lake concrete piers. The location of
also scored two more runs in the Worth team ,seriously E. Berg, engineer in charge of
giving Albury a majority. sixth inning. Although Clewistonwas threaten except in the third and six- construction, stated that the trucks the houses will be' in one of the pre*.

In the race for U. S. Senator Clew- hitting Michel often they were th innings. In the third, "Pop" Walker :- will continue as rapidly as possible tiest sections of Clewiston. Five of

iston also voted differently from the unable to score until the sixth inning the Engineer's mounc1 man, laying the second layer of the base them will face Ponce de Leon avenu,
rest of the county, Claude Pepper .' when Yeomans ingled and Cruze pitched himself out of a hole and left and that the road will be kept gradedas two of them face Balboa Place, four

I ., polling 180 votes to 145, for the incumbent hit to right field, for three bases. two Lake Worth runners stranded on well as possible to make it as face Royal Palm and the remaining;:
',_1.i Park Trammell. All other The home team scored their other base. In the sixth a double play help- easy to ride over as continued con- eight houses are facing a court and
precincts were carried fry Mr. Tram- ed Walker out after had Arcade avenue.
two runs in the eighth inning on errors Contributed struction work will permit.
1 mell. The total vote for the county two walks and two\ singles. free bases to two runners. Water and electricity will be ob-

[ was Pepper, 376, Trammell, 414. One of the features of the game I The Engineers tied the score in tained from the ,Clewiston Company.A .
Lester Wells and Jerry W. Carter was the all round work of Bobby their half of the first inning. There County Ranks HighIn crew of approximately 25 skilled

were given good leads In the coun- i Dosh of the Hollywood team who is i were two men down, Nail having carpenters' and 25 common laborers
I Gasoline Consumed will )be used in the construction.The .
ty for railroad commissioner from considered one of the star diamond whiffed and Hooks flying' out to
.
Groups 1 and 2. Both candidates carried ball players of the state. third, when Melvin Pape was hit bya ...... lime limit for completion o*

four out of five precincts' in'the The Hollywood team was the- wInner pitched ball and drew a free pass. Hendry county---, one-of the smallerof the 19 houses is 60 days.

county over their opponents, EugeneS. in the first half of the Miami Crews, next, up, took the first ball the state's 67 counties, ranked

Matthews and Herbert P. Caro, Beach League. Approximately 150 pitched and drove it far across the 40th in the amount of gasoline used Belle Glade Prison Farm
respectively.The street in right field for a home run.
Hollywood fans motored to Clewiston -
during the month of May, as is re-
closest ,county race was be- They scored two in the third
last night to witness the game. more vealed by a study of figures releasedby To Get New Building.:;
tween F. L. Dunaway and Asa Town-I, The batteries: Hollywood, Michel inning when Nail took first on the the inspection bureau of the state

, send.for county commissioner .'and Arburn, and for Clewiston, catcher'serror, second on a passed department of agriculture.
hid No. 5 at Felda. Asa Townsendwas Campbell and Avant. ball and scored on two successive. Seven new buildings will be added -
A total, of 86,885 gallons of gaso-
nominated by a vote of 54 to Umpires were ,Miner and Wilson. rors by the catcher. Hooks and Pape line was sold to users In Hendry to the equipment of State Pr .-
51, so close that the outcome may fanned and Crews, up for the sec-
county, while, the total for the state on Farm No.2, located near Bell"1
still be doubtful.In ond time, drove one hard to center
Fake Insurance was 18,518,889 gallons. Glade, shortly, construction havir. <
the commissioner's for district Agents
race that bounded against the school
No. 3 in LaBelle Mark Pool house. It was good for two ha es. The county, using 10,324 gallonsof been approved and money allottc( 1

was nominated over J. R. Doty by a Are Arrested Here Williamson then drove a hard doubleto kerosene ranked 36th in this re- from FERA funds. Other remodelir-
spect. The state's total sales
of kerosene
vote of 104 to 76. left to score Crews. Their fifth will be done to the buildings now i '
The race for school board member and final score came in the fourth were 2,034,269 gallons., use at the farm.A .
E. B. ,Butler, local constable, arrested Besides the above totals for the
and Denaud between Earl
for Felda
inning when Yeomans was safe on new water supply system am1
Royer and Jim :Maddox saw Royer I two alleged fake insurance Jenne's error, advanced on a ,passed state: 272,879 gallons of gasoline repairs to roads on the farm pro .

:: _:". Jake a lead of 29 votes, in the De- agents,.who,.have.,been soliciting__bus- ball and scored, 'on Walker's,,dou le., and"- !)0"_gallons' of kerosene were, erty will also be undertaken 'by tl! .:.
sold -ta U: "S. Government
-naud precinct and lose by 44 votes iness in and around ClewisfW for'the Though the Engineers and, Lake free of the "agencies' FERA. Reinforced concrete andstccl :..
In. the Felda precinct nominating! past several days. They were oper- Worth tied on the number of hits secured no't included inspection in the totals tar, and are buiIdln'gs will be erected, these mr.'
Maddox by a vote of 106 to 91. ating without a license and the company four of the Engineers hits above. be used for refuge for possib'
Complete tabulation of the vote by which they represented had out of seven were for extra bases I I storms. In the past, Inmates of tl :3

",f precincts will be found elsewhere in been refused permission to operatein while the Lake Worth aggregationonly Pahokee Wins Three I'prison have been transferred on se ,

,' this issue. the state by State Teasurer. V. had one, a-double. eral occasions to Okeechobee* fc '

Knott. The starting battery for each team Matches from LocalsIn safety during threatened storms, t i

They were questioned by Mr.. But- finished the game. Walker and Will- the building now comprising thiS

Odd Bone Found Here ler 'and G. H. Small, Justice of the iamson for the Engineers and Burns I equipment of the farm are not sufficiently -
Peacef .Saturday and released upon and Brodbick for Lake Worth. The an intercity match with Pa- substantial to safely weathera

Creates Much InterestH. payment' in full to all parties for Engineers hits were made by Melvin hokee last Sunday afternoon the I tropical hurricane such as have

whom :they_ ,had written, policies. Pape, Crews Williamson, Ber- Clewiston tennis team dropped three visited the region in 1926, and '28.
ry, Yeomans and Walker. Lake I matches and won two on the Pa-I ,Part of the building program includes -
N. Henningsen, while working Worth men who hit safely were: Mac- hokee courts. housing for a general ware-
SENATOR FLETCHER ROUNDINGOUT
on the levee for McWilliams 26 YEARS IN UPPER HOUSE. Tavish 1, Jenne 1, Brodbiek 1, Nor- Miles lost in singles to 'Vllpau house, produce canning plant, syrup
ing Company, has unearthed Dredg-I I man 1, Fritz 2, Burns 1. Denton of Pahokee in straight sets canning plant, grain dryer and stor-

fossil remains. These he of 6-4, 6-1. The match was marked age building, dairy, steam plant and
JACKSONVILLE, June 28FNS)
collecting over a period of six months -Florida may point with justifiable Van Curry Injured In with steady returns and long rallies reconstruction of the convict and
I I '
and recently turned over these speci- I with the players fighting for guard quarters. The new buildingswill
pride to the record of her senior senator -
mens to Dr, Herman Gunter, State advantage. give modern equipment for the
Wreck every
,, Duncan U. Fletcher, who is Auto SundayVan
Geologist. I i' I farm which annually
rounding out 26( in the upper Hackett and Curry dropped two,' produces a
When the State Geologist, house. years (I sets ,to Ford and Wallace 6-4, 6-1. large quantity of farm products for ,
': panied by two of his accom-I I[ B. Curry, of North LaBelle, i :Mixed, doubles saw Miles and Mrs. use itself and other state institutions.
visited Clewiston recently to No member of the 73rd congress was severely injured in a collision Miles pitted against Vilpau Denton William Manly King of West Palm
the dry pit excavations there 1 I was ,entrusted with more important I Beach is architect for the project
was between the Model A. Ford truck in and Sybil Sanders. The match was ] ,
one small bone that puzzled the scien- duties than Senator Fletcher. which he was riding and another carried to the third set, the first being which will use skilled and unskilled

tists and its classification was de The Florida solon has been at his Model A sedan driven by a negro won by Clewiston, 7-5, the sec i labor supplied by the FERA.A. i

ferred. Mr. Henningsen has 'received capitol office continuously since just this side of the river bridge in ond, by Pahokes, 7and the third R. Richardson is superintendentof
word from Dr. Gunter that the bone President Roosevelt called the special LaBelle Sunday afternoon. The standing 4-2 in favor of Pahokee the farm, which is located several

has been identified by Mr. E. H. session in March 1933. At his desk driver of the truck, Chav Curry, son when the match was called on account miles north of Belle Glade.

Colbert of the American Museum of by 8:30 ,a. m., Senator Fletcher sel- of Van, and another passenger, Lub of the excessive heat.
f, Natural History, New York, as an dom leaves before 7:30 or 8 p. m. Coleman were uninjured. Pafford and Meredith took Denton NOTICE

; upper cheek tooth, either a posterior chairman of the Senate Bankingand Sheriff J. J. Wiggins was called and Kilpatriclc: into camp 8-6, 9-7.

I "'.'lJ1 premolar or a molar, of a giant Currency Committee, Senator investigate the accident and re- I Curry and Hackett won a final set Pupils desiring to make up or com-
I ground sloth, Megatherium. As such Fletcher's work in investigating the ports that from all evidence presented from Ford and Wallace, 10-8. plete their school work are requestedto
I finds are relatively rare in North country's banking and financial institutions the negroes were on their own side meet Mrs G. C. Poole and Mr.
America, the Henningsen find has ranks as one of the most of the road driving at a moderaterate Mrs. F. A.McKenzie left Tues B. E. Herring at the Clewiston school

greatly interested certain scientific important tasks performed by any of speed. The truck chose the day for Miami where she will visit house Monday, July 2, (9 o'clock for

circles In New York. member of the 73rd congress. inside and left side of the curve, and for several days. registration.

the other car was seen too late to I

11:11: Homestead Tax Exemption Amendment Under dodge headon.Mr. -. the cars crashing almost I Schools of State Will Receive Another $100,000 I

Fire; Would Keep It Off Ballot in November Curry was injured about the From State Comptroller J. M. Lee This Week
head and fear was felt that there
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s ,' might have been severe internal iniyries. --

i TALLAHASSEE, June 28, (FNS) sel arguments lasting three hours.! No further report has been TALLAHASSEE, June 28, (FNS) Comptroller Lee also advised that
-At the present time the, Inclusionof Immediately after Judge Johnson! .'received as to his condition at this' -Another promise has been fulfilledand the prospects are exceedingly brightfor
the Homestead Tax Exemption granted tthe injunction the attorney' time.. Florida's schools will get their balancing the state's budget,
Amendment to the Constitution on general's office made application: for" ./: promised $5,000,000 state aid for the though it will require the collectionsfor

the November general election ballot, i a supersedeas order withholding The dance sponsored by the Kiwanis fiscal year closing Saturday, Governor the remainder of this month,
I seems uncertain. Injunction from effectiveness !)pending Club last Friday evening in the Sholtz announced today, upon receipt which will be mailed by all tax col-
Last week an injunction suit was a decision by the Supreme Court.If dining room of the Clewiston Inn of Comptroller Lee's report that lectors Saturday night.
brought to restrain Secretary of State the Supreme Court upholds the was the most successful affair of the funds are available for another dIs- Up to June 5, when the last distribution -
Robert A. Gray from publishing the ruling of Judge Johnson, the proposed season. The receipts from the dance tribution to the schools totaling over of state school funds was
proposed Amendment In newspapers Amendment will not be voted on totaled $132. 'The music was furn- $100,000. sent to the various counties, the state
as required by law. The,suit contended -I in the general election. The hearingis ished by the Cocoanuts of St. Pet- Checks will be sent out Friday or had contributed 4,897,665 accordingto

that the proposed, Amendment: set for this week. ersburg, widely x known radio or- Saturday, Comptroller Lee advised. figures in the comptroller's of
would be unconstitutional and that Proponents of the resolution, whichwas chestra, who broadcast from stations Even if no more school funds roll
publication of it would be unneces- adopted by the 1933 Legislature WSUN and WFLA. In from his tax collection the distributions -,I fice.Of this total $395,128 came from
sary expenditure of public funds. The to exempt homesteads up to a valua? i iI will bring the total of state I I the one mill advalorem tax on real

state argued that the injunction ap- tion of $5,000 from all taxation other The Ladies Aid meeting scheduledfor aid to the schools to $5,003,187. It + estate, $133,903 front the common

;.,' plication was premature. i ithan special assessments for benefits, July 5 will be omitted on accountof probably will be some higher, as school interest fund, $3,968,548 from
Circuit Judge J. B. Johnson granted arc confident It will survive reportingan automobile license tags, $398,162
; court the absence of, a large number of every day bee tax collectors
the Injunction forbidding the Attacks and be placed before voters the members. The next meeting will t almost unprecedented response to from the beverage tax, and $1,922
spending of state funds in advertising i In November for their adoption bo Thiir t t to the (ltX- from an old time l levy of :a qi: rtPnrlliil
the
re.Jeetloil. appeal
thp proposed amendment i .J or; .1 Iiel6 the first' .. *<)lay( !In I116t : couipirnUer'a I I .c .,".. ,
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1934.


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and water resources, Mr. Roosevelt Indicated :
News Review qf Current his intention of providing sucha Howe About :

policy, and for the transferring to

:::: ;: =- now lands of "those people who cannot -

V:: : Events the World Over sitions.make' a living In their present po M Religion _-..,/

Outlining his views on providing security Good CooksH.
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against unemployment and old I
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L. Mencken
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age, Mr. Roosevelt said he was seek- PREPARING POULTRYFOR

Tugwell Confirmed by Senate Despite Bitter Attacks- ing a "sound means" which he could EARLY MARKET . ..Bell. .Syndicate.. . .-....WNU........Service.. . .
'. recommend to provide an Immediate
Darrow Board Assails Jobnson-President Roosevelt's safeguard against these "hazards and By ED HOWE

vicissitudes of life." REASONABLY honest or intelligent "
Plans for Social Regeneration. I Sell. Light-Weight Broilers No man can refuse considerable -

BAER of California brought I Soon as Possible.In respect to the Christian church.
MAX
world's heavyweight title It has always taught morality: with its

By .EDV;'ARD W. PACKARD back to America by soundly whipping order for the poultryman to real- religious doctrine. In the home, in

!; by Western Newspaper Union. Primo Camera, the huge Italian, In ize highest prices for his broilers he the nation, it has been, in. a way, the
New York. The fight was the most must have them ready for market at custodian of good behavior. Parents,

REXFORD GUY TUGWELL'S appearance plaints against the warehousing, electrical dxcltlng one seen In this country fora earliest opportunity, writes a .poultryman especially mothers, are its sincerest
I before the senate agriculture manufacturing, and embroiderycodes long time. Scheduled for fifteen In the Missouri Fanner. Whether advocates, and mainly for moral reasons -

committee to be quizzed as to were dismissed as without foun- rounds It ended in the eleventh when or not he sells them at the weightof .
of undersecretary dation. But in the other codes the
his fitness for the position
the referee declared a technical knock- honestlysay
man
two pounds or larger depends upon But no Intelligent may
of agricul- board claimed to find oppression of out and awarded the victory to Baer. market conditions. In general with as much of Communism. At least,

ture was rather farcical small businesses or consumers. Camera was game to the end. Thir- Leghorns he should] dispose of the the founder of Christianity is called

even though It teen times he went to the canvas, yet broilers at the age of twelve weeks the Prince of Peace; in his book may
brought on heated encounters SECRETARY OF STATE HULL he was advancing against the retreat- I or when they weigh from 2 to 2.5 be found the moral teaching found in
the Britain another note r
among ing Baer during the greater part of pounds. With the general purpose i every other book of enduring fame. In
members of the com- concerning the war debt, bluntly refuting I
} the of the contest. Camera went Into the breeds as long as the market prices It is found the simple admonition to
a ti mittee. The senators arguments the British
It ring weighing 203 pounds, and Bael remain steady he can well afford to give unto Caesar the things that are
aired their own views government, saying was up to the
freely, but learned almost debtor to offer propositions in such tipped the scales at 210. keep them .until they are larger as they Caesar's. The Bible advises us to do

nothing concern- cases, and Intimating that an arrange- will continue to make economical gains unto others as we would have othersdo
action the and to Improve in quality. unto us and the advice is found in
Ing those of Mr.; Tug- ment for part payment In goods mightbe CONGRESS completed on ,
well. He did tell them possible. However, when June 15, : bill and It was To secure satisfactory growth the a much older book, Indicating that In

.. '-,_._,.- he believed the Con- the day for Installments, came, Uncle handed to the President for his signa- broilers should be fed the chick starter all times it has been found a depend-

R. Q. Tugwell stltutlon was flexible Sam received only $160,538, which was ture. This new law puts an end to the I mash throughout the entire growing able and necessary human regulationfor

enough to take care of any necessary the full sum due from Finland. The i federal radio commission and creates I season. After the chicks are about ten the greatest good of the greatest

economic changes; that he was opposed larger debtors all gave notice of default a new board of seven members knownas weeks aId some grain may also be fed. number.

to the adoption of Soviet plan- and so did most of the others. the federal communications commission 1 It will probably be advisable to keep But it is certainly true"that Com- ---f.. :
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ning by America, and that he thoughthis Czechoslovakia suggested a readjust- that not only takes over theI them in fairly close confinement rather munism Is a doctrine of violence, of: ?}

experience on his father's farm ment to permit It to pay In goods and duties of the radio board but also all i than to allow them free range. Ac- war; of defiance of morality. -

and his research qualified him for the service.In control that has been exercised by the I cess to relatively small yards, If the In my long life I have found nothing -

position to which the President had Berlin the Reichsbank declareda Interstate commerce commission over I yards provide green feed, Is desirable.. to substantiate the truth of the Chris- '

appointed him. Finally the committee six-months moratorium on Its for- telegraphic and telephonic communi Brooder houses provided with sun tian dogma, but have never denied that

reported the nomination favorably, the eign obligations, these including the cations.A porches make satisfactory quarters for millions of Its followers are good peo-

only two opposing votes being thoseof Dawes and Young loans. No cash significant new provision which the feeding birds intended for the market. ple. Most of'them only know of their

"Cotton Ed" Smith of South Caro- transfers will be made by the bank bill carries Into law Is the assertionof Exposure of the chickens to sunshine, doctrine that it teaches morals; of the

lina and Henry D. Hatfield of West from July 1 to December 31, 1934. full control over all wire and radio feeding green feed, and the use of yel- rest of it they know little. Their faith

Virginia.The communications by the government In low corn will tend to produce broilers Is faith In the necessity of good be-

action of the committee as- SENATOR ARTHUR ROBINSON of case of war or "public peril with bright yellow legs such as the havior, but I have never known .a Com
sured the who was renominated by munist of whom It be truthfullysaid
Tugwell's confirmation by market desires. There will be a smaller might
senate, but the debate on the floor the Republicans, will be opposed at through the efforts of proportion of poorly feathered bare- he was an honest man.
LARGELY .
the polls next fall Sherman Min-
was unexpectedly long and the attackson by Davis, American ambas- backed chicks if the chicks are provided *
ton the selection of the Democraticstate
,
Tugwell were outspoken. Senator sador at large, the European states- roomy quarters and If the brooder The next time you sit down to your

Schall of Minnesota, for Instance, said: World convention. Mr. Minton, a men at Geneva were persuaded to house is kept as cool as possible newspaper, note the many mentions of
veteran Is
"Agriculture demands and alreadyhas counselor war for the service now public drop their quarrelingand consistent with good brooding! prac- policewomen, actresses, club women,
public commissIon -
'
experiment stations dealing in adopt a mild tices. social workers and the
society women,
of the His nominationwas
actual live stock markets.It state. )Y: resolutionthat
crops, and for Governor McNuttover compromise like, and the few mentions of women
wants no 'bold experiments In col a victory prolonged the
the faction led Earl Peters who are good cooks. Even in private
R.
lectivism' by a self-styled philosopherwho by life of the disarma- Poults
: former state chairman. ? ; .. Starting Turkey life It is almost equal to "starting a
functions like three card monte : conference.Great .
a ment
i1 Greatest Care story" on a woman to say she is a good
sharp who Jumps upon a box with ; 'p 'A Britain I and Requires cook.
three shells and a pea and who en- IN THE Democratic run-off primary France agreed upona Starting turkey poults is more diffi-
in One of the best things to be said
tertains the public with his ,cry, 'Now Alabama, Former Gov. Bibb plan, based on the cult than starting baby chicks, sinceit
about that she is
Gra.ves'ion a woman is a good
you see it and now you don't. Who is the nomination for gov- return of Germany to Is often difficult to get the turkeysto
cook the real scandal is the meals
the next gent?' ernor and goes back to the executive the conference, and eat. Many growers get them start- ;

"Tugwell's general denial, and his office which he held from January, n the aid of Italy was ed by placing a few older poults with that are prepared by the ordinary
1927 ., hired girl.
specific denials, in the light of his as- to January, 1931. N do' enlisted. It was ar- the youngsters for a few days. Oth- .
.
sociates in the field of political writ- Judge James E. Horton, who pre- Premler ranged that Chancel- ers moisten the mash with milk for a *
sided in the second trial of Heywood Mussolini H. L. Mencken has expressed regret
ing, are absolutely worthless. Theyare lor Hitler should go few days and then sprinkle finely- -
an Insult to an Intelligent Jury. Patterson, one of the nine negro de- to Venice and that Premier Mussolini chopped alfalfa over it. Many turkeys that no one since Huxley has capably
fendants in the "Scottsboro case," and should to that to confer defended himself against the sneers of'
He Insults the United States senatein fly city starve to death because the feeder
then set aside a Jury verdict of death, with his fellow dictator whom he had II religious sentimentalists. -
order to gain a high office from does not spend enough time with them
which he can preach 'collectivism' as ran more than 2,500 behind A. A. Griffith never met. Later Louis Barthou, getting them to eat, H. D. Munroe, for- Why does not Mencken himself do .. r\.

a substitute for American Institutionsand of Cull man. George Huddlestonof French foreign minister, is expectedto mer Pennsylvania poultryman, says. it? Why did he twice make the at-

the Constitution. Birmingham retained his seat as go to Rome for a talk with Mus- Another common complaint in start- tempt, and then drift off into the usual '
congressman from the Ninth district, solini in which the misunderstandingsbetween timidity? Mencken is a better writer
Ing under artificial
but Congressman Miles C. Allgood of their countries be Ironed turkey poults '
than
may Huxley not a greater man or
the delegates of the steel l the Fifth district was beaten by MaJ. brooders is the fact that they are likely ;
WHILE out. but
thinker he is better able to
to pre-
unions were gatheringIn Joe Starnes. 'crowd and smother the weaker
Mussolini and Hitler were to discuss sent in words easier
a case simple understood -
Pittsburgh to vote on the threat- birds. For this reason it Is best to ,
European policies generally, and, spe- the reader.
by ordinary
ened strike President Roosevelt and keep smaller numbers not
President together,
Roosevelt signed cifically, the German claims to full
Mencken's best book is least known
his advisers brought forward a plan WHEN over 100 in a. house 10 by 12 feet in ,
tariff bill he and the Austrian
bargaining acquIred armament question, ,
of "The PhI-
and out
possibly print:
for an emergency law designed to size. During the first week the tem-
authority to negotiate reciprocal involving Nazi propaganda in the latter 'of "
Freiderick Neitzsche. No
avert the walkout. It was admittedlya trade treaties without senate approval country. perature at the edge of the hover, 2 losophy
temporary expedient to give the and to Increase or decrease This Anglo-French compromise wasa Inches from the floor,' should be kept other man living or dead, has more

President an effective agency for the at 90 degrees to 95 degrees F. There- simply, powerfully or intelligently presented
tariff rates by as much as 50 per cent diplomatic setback for Russia, but
.. consideration of industrial] disputes In order to stimulate foreign com- the Soviet republic countered with the after the temperature should be decreased a summary of truth, hidden

f arising during the life of the NIIA. merce. This policy of swapping reduc- announcement that it had been recog- 5 degrees a week until 70 degrees -. away in important books written by a

Under the new bill's terms, boards tions, the government believes, will nized by Czechoslovak', and Rumania. F. Is reached. Perches shouldbe great intellectual. It is the misfor-

selected 'by the President would be result In great benefit to our foreign Recognition by Jugoslavia was expected placed in the house early so the tune of the world today that H. L.

empowered to order and conduct an trade and at the same time will give to follow shortly. Maxim Litvinov's birds will learn to roost. Mencken has not done as much for

election, by a secret ballot, to deter- adequate protection to Industry. Already announcement was taken to mean that Huxley and a dozen others of equal
mine "by what person or or the Russians intend to ahead with note. It Is a weary task for an average -
; persons nearly thirty foreign nationsare go .......
organizations" employees may desireto lined up, awaiting an opportunityto their policy of encircling Germany.A Toe Picking HabitThe readerto wade through all of.

be represented In negotiations under negotiate reciprocal treaties. committee of the disarmament toe picking vice often starts Neitzsche's books, important as they

the collective bargaining features conference had under considerationthe Innocently enough In the brooder house, nre: a joy'to read one such book as

ef the national recovery act. IMMEDIATE relief from distress and matter of guarantees for any con- but must be watched so it does not 'Mencken's "Neitzsche."

The proposed boards also would recovery of business prosperity fall vention which may be agreed upon ; spread. It usually starts when chicks But in summarizing his own religious -

have the authority to order produc- far short of President Roosevelt's but when the question was submitted!. pick at what to them is simply a opinions, Mencken is cowardly ;

tion of pertinent documents and witnesses plans for regeneration of the nation. to the Japanese delegate he said his bright object that turns out to be he seems to be as much under the con

to give testimony under oath, This was revealed In government could not consent to guarantees some little fellow's) toenail. Contin- trol of his mother as Mark Twain was

and their orders would be enforceableby his special message to without reservations. Thereupon ued picking may cause the skin to be under the control of his wife.

any United States court ofcompetent congress which told the Russian delegate said the broken just above the toenail, and When he attempted to speak for _

jurisdiction, similar to like privi- of the plans and rev Soviet government would not accept bleeding results. After this, the rest himself about religion, Mencken even

leges enjoyed by the federal trade ommendatlons he any such agreement that was not Is easy ; more pickfng occurs and more expressed the belief there "might be '.' ,

commission. Vested with authority to would submit to the signed by Japan.EVEN bleeding. Many poultrymen darken a good deal In it," to satisfy his mother -

prescribe their own rules] and regulations next congress. He the brooder house for the first few but Huxley didn't talk that way

the boards would be armed witha asked for no present the Democrats In congress days so this habit will not start. lin his controversy with Gladstone.' .

penalty clause in the ,new law, set legislation, but gave not boasting openly of their What I miss 'in Mencken's: own religions -

ting $1.000 fine or a year Imprison- notice of the social success in'passing the bill for a census books is not his wit or wisdom,

ment, or both, for violation of their experiments he pro- of the unemployed, and many of Observe Regular Habits but his great ability as a writer to

decrees. poses to begin next them voted against It or were absent Regularity is one' of the Important present the case truthfully, fairly
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President I
IN ITS second report to the PresI- The message dls. That it was designed mainly to give layers, doing the same things at fused and hurried readers. Nothing is "..
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dent the national recovery review Roosevelt cussed the three fac- Jobs for the faithful at- the expense.f the, same time each day so that the so awkwardly, so confusingly or dishonestly ,.o': tI.

board, headed by Clarence Darrow, tors of housing, land and resource the national treasury was clear, for hens come to ]look for them and combining I written, talked, sung or shouted :

loosed another blast] at Administrator planning and old age and unemployment the census takers are not to get their as many chores as possible at about as religion. Everybody is

Johnson and in effect recommended insurance. jobs until after the November congressional one time so the hens will be disturbedas I afraid of the subject, although there is

his removal as head of the NRA. The Expressing satisfaction over prog- elections. Then they will little as possible. Cold drafts and nothing whatever to be afraid of In

board said Johnson had given the recovery ress in relieving industry, agriculture, receive $2 a day for a long period, obtaining dampness can be fought only one way' discussing it, except ignorance and.

program un-American. and and unemployment, the President, asserting answers, to an elaborate ques- and the way Is to build a barrier cowardice.

dictatorial tinge that handicapped It his right to chart social reforms tionnaire.D against them. A well-built house with *

in the war on depression ; that he has declared, "It Is childish to good insulation and good windows, will All my life I have heard men say,

arbitrarily decreed life and death for speak of recovery first and reconstruction nOU'l'Il-STHICKEN..regions of the keep the layers comfortable., as a sort of apology : "I am not e

Industries, and that by arbitrary modifications afterward." Middle West were blessed with money maker." Everyone of any account

of codes he has helped big Taking up the housing problem, he soaking rains, and hope was held out I at all Is a ,money maker; the
business concerns to oppress their said millions of dollars had already for forage crops and corn. The earlier Turkey Eggs rare thing is a money saver. The

smaller competitors."The been provided to Improve living condi- crops, however, are ruined '"over most To stimulate turkey hens to early maxim I have most solemn regard for

rule of the military commanderIs tions, and voiced the hope that with of the area. Secretary Wallace, ,aftera egg-laying, p. H. Gooding, Clemson college Is that declaring it Is easier to make _

totally unsuited to the genius, habits passage of his housing program pri- trip through ,the "dry" states, described South Carolina, extension poul- money; than it is to save It.
traditions, or psychology of the vate capital would be stimulated to the drouth as a "tragedy" for tryman, suggests a dry mash kept before *
American people and wholly ineffectual widen the scope of home building. the farmers who are suffering from Its the turkeys at all times and a
In meeting the present national Discussing planned control of the ravages, but a possible future ."bless-. crumbly wet mash fed at noon. Any So many impose on me unreasonablyI '

crisis," the board concluded. land, he declared that hundreds of ing for the country as a whole" egg mash for chickens may be used am especially anxious not to impose .
on others. I always want what is just-
The second Darrow report covered thousands of families now live "where for turkeys, a good formula for home
ly due I do not object to this In
the retail dry goods, warehousing, lum- there Is no reasonable prospect of a DUTRA, professional of a mixing being: 40 pounds yellow cornmeal my ;
ber, cement, retail food, boot and shoe, living In the years to come." OLIN country club, now 40 pounds wheat shorts, and 20 anrone-to Insist,, on jour plain rights
is a virtue. I refer only to unnecessary -
electrical manufacturing, bedding, petroleum Sounding the failure of the govern- wears the crown of open golf champion pounds meat scraps or fish meal. .' .
coffee, plumbing fixture, em- ment thus far to create a "national of the United States. He won Enough grain should be fed at nightto annoyances and impositions. "

broidery, and lead pencil codes. Com policy" for the development of land the title by shooting a 293 for 72 holes. keep the birds In good flesh.



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:It: : i-j .L I Queen Anne's Lace- I II' Good Farmer for Finds ForageDaily They sive been S"JCh certain because used lamps aid Ills to but Is with of the are the the doctor quartz necessarily ultra-violet quartz.In bulbs treating Glass expen-lamp.have Is



j a r- Produce Well Planted much less expensive and also much

I less effective, since only a fractional

] : I By Frances Parkinson Keyes I With Com Crop.By part through of the the ordinary ultra-violet glass rays bulb.filter The

: 1 = Enos C. Blair, Agronomist North Caro- solution lies In making the glass as
s c lina State College of Agriculture.
= thin
as a soap bubble-2/10,000 of an
I :: Frances.Parklnson iCeyes WNU Service. :: WNU Service Inch. Certainly a whole bulb madeof
Velvet beans planted with corn Is an
I c = this glass would also have about
excellent winter dairy forage. This[
:i LullIIIIRlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllll J J immmmiiimiiuuiuimiumiiHiiinimimi mmiiimmimimiiiiiiiiiimiimiimiiiiir J the durability of a soap bubble. The
Is the
experience of a North Carolina
CHAPTER XIContinuedi Ing season to "carry It further" Sen- land in the nursery again. Of courseI farmer who operates a small dairy. secret lies In making' the bulb of nor

-: ator Lassiter saw her off at the station am desperately tired, and that does Last year he planted 25 acres of rather mal thickness'and setting It a window -
i, and then back to Georgetown make but I made of the thin glass. This
"Oh, but this is such a tiny little swung me nervous, one reason light, sandy land to corn and velvet
I need intent on taking: Anne for a spinIn am so silly and uncontrolled is that I beans. The dry weather of the sum passes a concentrated beam of ultra
to
spark and you are going my
his roadster with no one to observe am-i am just deathly sick besides violet with which the doctor may
help with! that tartar all winter." mer damaged the corn but the beans
Anne deliberated. In her determination just how long they were gone. He Oh, Neal, 1 am almost certain that I made rank growth. In August, the treat various ailments.-Scientific

that there should be no semblanceof found her huddled over the library fire, am going to have another baby !1" tropical storms blew the corn downso American
looking utterly desolate. But she did not. The pleasant phy-
a repetition of the episode !in Paris that by fall the bean growth had
"You will be a' wreck if you don't sician who had seen them safely
covered the corn entirely. Little grain
she had leaned over backward in her
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observance of the proprieties. But watch out, he predicted. "Really, through the "flu," after chatting! mer- was harvested. I I II
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". Lady Anne, you look frightfully seedy. rily and casually with her for a few But the farmer turned this
n after all Lassiter was extremely use- apparent
The air will do you good. minutes, went downstairs with Neal,
misfortune into good account.
ful to her and she had perhaps been and WORK'K
"I don't need air. I need a little closed the library door and spoke
; unnecessarily prudish. About November 1 he turned his 22
"The concert, then," she conceded. peace and quiet." frankly. cows into the field and the beans with thanaIOO22 \. 1:

: Harriet felt aggrieved that Neal and lie left her reluctantly. It was several I "There is no doubt that she is preg- I what was left of the corn provided suf- WASHING .
weeks before he found her alone nant. I should her
Normally expect
I ficient feed to keep the in heavy
Anne were leaving[ her alone on the I cows MACHINENo
again. to be confined about the end of Octo
milk flow throughout the wInter No
very night of her arrival. It was
Mabel Ulldreth had hinted that per. ber but-I don't think things are quite
impossible .to make her understand other feed was given the animals ex- c1 rrr; _
haps she and George and one or two normal. I will have another man [Into
cept during a few cold days when they
: that in_ a city where dinner lists were
j compiled weeks before, they could not of the children might be coming to look at her, too, if you don't mind." could not be turned Into an open field. Heating with Matches or Torch...NoWaiting.

1 ask to bring an extra and unexpected I Washington that spring; a hint upon "If I don't mind !I" Neal shouted. I The cows were kept on the beans until ...Lights Instantly, Like Gas
which Neal and Anne promptly acted. "You must do everything for her, one-third
guest with them to a formal about March 15, without other feed REDUCE your ironing time
I dinner. Neither had forgotten how, good- Mabel everything, do you hear?" except that mentioned. On March 15 .. your labor one-half I The Coleman -
had been to them that first year of Self-Heating Iron will
save
"Don't take it hard said Doctor you
l.. ( The next morning, her sister-in-law[ [ so he began feeding[ hay.
1 tom/ their marriage when Anne was so sick. Harrison[ "of course' everything more time and work than a $100 washing
\ : the where Anne gently, With the extra hay the cows were
Invaded room sat In machine! Iron place where
This was obviously, the time to repay any you
will be done for her.
bed reading her mail and drinking[ the obligation. Besides[ ,- George had kept on the bean field until time for can be comfortable. No endless trips carryingIron !
Anne herself had no misgivings. from stove to board. Operating cost only
her coffee. become of the farmers' spring plowing.At Vif hour. do better ,
one leading an Helps you Ironing
\. "How do you expect your household the state : he had tremendous Influence When she had had a fortnight of complete that time there was still a large easier, quicker.See. .
to be properly managed if you don't rest, she was up and about almost quantity of bean vines to be turned .your hardware or housefumbrilng! dealer.If .
local dealer
doesn't handle,write us.
get up In good season and supervise[ as usual except that she was under. THE COLEMAN LAMP & STOVE COMPANY

; / It?" demanded Harriet I careful-about getting over-tired. She As a result of this experience he Dept. WU305.Canada.Philadelphia Wichita Kane;, Pa.Chicago; or Ill Toronto; Lo,
"'Veil,"' It Is managed," answered refurnished the guest room as a nur- says that velvet beans furnish a cheap Ontario: [430ET

"' Anne patiently. "I don't know of one sery-"and we will never have another and satisfactory forage.' He expectsto

where there is so little friction or I guest room," she laughed, "as long as have about 25 acres available for Where He Got It

where the servants do so much and tl P I I II'I we live in Washington 1" She jested- his cows every winter now. "How did you get sleeping sickness
do [it besides. Do be about the "little Benjamin" they were
pleasantly reasonable : ? Ever been In the tropicsito"Xo
II to have so long after they had
Harriet ; I worked hard for 4 sup- Liberal but in the civil service."
years ; but my days of manual labor I posed that their family was complete ; Urges Feedingfor

are over now." she acquiesced[ uncomplainingly to the Sows With Pigs

The beside bed tint spending the summer [in Washington
telephone her Producing milk for is BE ALLURING !
could hungry pigs.
where Doctor Harrison watch
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gled. Anne picked [It
t up. .Ea1 the hardest work the brood sow does,
: "Oh over her. But, late in August, she was
good morning, lythe- No, rw'r as shown by her loss"n[ weight of frop
.. taken acutely and suddenly ill and
1 haven't forgotten. Why that's ;
very 1 25; to 40 pounds, says E. F. Ferrln,
kind of you. She Is right here, ['J 11) when she finally]] groped her way back swine husbandman University[ of
ask her-Harriet. Senator Lassiter from the Valley of? the Shadow and
Minnesota farm. Feeds for milk
: production
says that he and his mother would ,rd stretched out her arms across the bed
need to be high In and
1't. protein
': like very much to have you lunch with to touch the little bundle that she ex-
minerals because of the amounts
large
them Sunday. pected to find beside her, there was .
informally, on She says
,'.f. of these nutrients In mill, but con
Madame Lassiter is only empty space.
Interested
In your I
also Is
important for its high
energy
vIews" For "little Benjamin" had come too I '.
., value., Corn [Is usually the cheapest ,.. b .
soon and he had been stillborn > .
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"I feel It my duty to go, Harriet grain and should be fed liberally, If

replied, "though do not approve of care Is used to supply other feeds fur Cream

Sunday entertaining on general prin CHAPTER 'XII' nishing protein and minerals.[ away

ciples." r l f I II k Pasture is one of the best stimulantsfor freckles, blemishes

I Harriet, placated for the moment, Anne was very slow in recoveringher I milk production. Before the graz-

: hurried off to map out her plan ,of But After All Lassiter Was Extreme. strength. Doctor Harrison spoke ing season begins, green leafy alfalfa a Now gorgeous, almost, flawless overnight complexion, you can-have free

5ft campaign for the Improvement of the ly Useful to Her and She Had frequently of the advisability of get hay Is a good substitute. Skimmilk from freckles, blackheads, pimples and

nation. Before noon, it had been dis- Perhaps Been Unnecessarily Prudish ting to a more bracing climate as' soonas has always been a favorite for the sow blotches. Tonight at bedtime smooth

closed that she intended to use Horace f she was well enough to travel. But and growing pigs, especially when combined cool, fragrant Nadinola Bleaching Cream
on your face and neck-no massaging,
arid the limousine to facilitate her It was late September before she was [ with shorts or middlings[ as no rubbing. While you sleep it gently
calls on all the members of both with the agricultural vote; he was not able to leave her room ; and by this slop. Buttermilk has the same feed- clears and whitens darks muddy skin.

[ houses of congress, as she expected only an old friend-he was a constituent time Nancy's school had opened and ing value as skimmllk[ but day to day Day by day your complexion grows lovelier

I to Influence these legislators in tht with whom to reckon. Then Governor Sol and, Sam had returned to college changes in the acidity at the butter- -creamv-\vhite, satin-smooth, crystal

right direction ; she had invited twenty Low, to whom Neal owed his appointment So Anne would not hear of,,going away milk will scour the pigs., especially In ing clear.; tested No disappointments and trusted for, no over long a wait gen

zealots from the National Anti-To to the senate stopped off on "I'll]] spend next summer in HIns damp, rainy weather. Tankage and eration. Your money back if not de-
bacco league to tea in order that they his way north from a conference of boro," she assured her long-suffering oilmeal are needed unless consider,; lighted. At toilet counters, or by mail,
might for series of governors which he had been attending postpaid, 50c. NADIXOLA, Paris, Tenn.
arrange a "parlor physician, "very quietly. The climateis able milk [Is fed.Selffeeding .
meetings" to be beld every !Monday in South Carolina, and Mrs. Low bracing enough there, I assure you." the sow and pigs Is both

morning in Anne's drawing room. joined him. Anne and Neal gave a "The climate may be all right. In logical and economical. Self-feeding

Anne resolved to abandon all plans large (official dinner In their honor- fact I have no doubt that [It is, but I can be begun when the pigs are about Eczema on Hands

of her own for entertaining until a the first one, in spite of all their plans, do not believe you will rest very much. three weeks old, [If they are in lots f
which had that winter-fol. Skin Peeled Off
more opportune season. they given Your husband comes up for election or on pasture where they get exercise.
.'P Without consulting Anne Harriet lowed hy a still larger reception. next fall, doesn't he?" Shelled corn and wheat middlings are

had suggested to her parents and her Anne was perceptibly "overworked." "Y-e-e-s, if he decides to run. Idon't the common feeds, plus tankage or a in Pieces

"r brother. Arthur that they should join and Neal regarded her with alarm. believe he has fully yet. But protein mixture. C t

t her for the holidays ; and the house ."Look here; he'said. "Your nerves naturally he would like to." Cuticura Healed x

had become so crowded that there are all shot to pieces. It's this hellish "Quite so-and you would like to Lambs ,

f Ii. was no breathing space in \U either winter you have had. You shall never have him, I suppose? You wish to':do Fattening
I, i figuratively: or literally Anne wel let yourselt In for another like It everything you can to help him?" Many feeders claim that lambs can "I was troubled with eczema on raj .

corned the Impending appearance of again. Family or no family, constit- "Of course." be more economically finished for the hands for ever so long. I could nol ,,

: Sol and Sam as an excuse for clearIng uents or no constituents I won't have "Then you had better begin by get- market by self-feeding than by hand- put my hands In much water because ,:

: i It out. you landing. in a .sanitarium.' ting yourself In good physical condl- feeding. This claim is based prin- after I got through I could Just peel

.. HarrietV3S too firmly entrenched "1 am not going to land [In a sanitarium dition." cipally upon the fast that when large the skin off in pieces. It would form

I to dislodge, but the others, with 'veiled ," sobbed Anne. "1 am going to (TO BE CO 'TINUED.) numbers of lambs are fed, jself-feeding like a rash and bothered me terriblYr

I comments on Anne's lack of true hospitality saves man labor, and that [Is no doubt burning and itching. My hands were

departed on the same day %3$ J.oY pT p c .wp"A true. However, when only one or two sights and I was ashamed."I .

I that the boys arrived. But her brothers Now I I carloads of lambs are fed, the savingof tried a lot of different remedies

'-'f! JJ. brought no solace with them. Fishing Boats, Have Telephones labor [is not quite so evident, If, In- that did not help. I sent for a free

t II y They were so acutely unhappy in the deed, there is any saving at all. Thereare sample of Cutfcura Soap and OIntment

alien atmosphere into which they had I The traditional picture of the fisherman sea any time he wishes to do so. If also several other factors which[ and It helped a lot.. I bought

:' suddenly been plunged, that Anne's usually shows him fighting wind anything happens to the ship's engineor must be taken Into consideration In more and now my hands are com-

I. heart ached for- them. She coached and wave with his comparatively small the fishing gear, the captain can making a choice between the two pletely healed." (Signed) Mrs. H. S.

I t" them gently but firmly In matters of I craft, or trapping with a tremendoushaul. telephone the office on land and have methods of feeding,. that sometimes Hammond, 10 Pleasant St., Hollis-.

dress and deportment. They were so replacement parts brought out to him have a greater effect upon the costs of ton, Mass., Aug 10, 1933.

docile and tractable that It was pathetic I. Then came the wireless telegraph to by a light boat. Repairs[ can be made production ,than the factor of labor. Soap 25c. Ointment 25 and 50c.

but she knew they were home. add safety and efficiency to the fish while the fishing continues. This[ not Talcum 25c Sold everywhere. One

: sick for the ram ha'I-le old house at erman's life. Then radio stations be- only spares the expense of having the In the Windrows sample each free. Address: "CutI-

', West Hamstead. that they hungered gan to broadcast market prices which big boat journey back to the shore, but According to "Internal Debts of the cura Laboratories, Dept, R, Malden,

> 1' for coarse accustomed food, that they could be picked: up by hoats having also avoids Interfering with Its time United States," by Clark & Galloway, Mass.-Adv.

would have been more comfortable receiving ,sets on board. .. I nt the fishing grounds. about CO per cent of American farms

i In overalls than broadcloth, that they Now telephone laboratories have developed I have no debts on them at all.

.' I were stifled without the air of their a system. writes C. W. Tuck. Use of Camels in U. S. .' for

native mountains. First Sam and er In an article on "The TelephoneGoes About 1S55 the War department acted A survey indicates acreage plantedto
then Sol came down with the "flu," to Sea" In the Scientific[ American on suggestions that camels couldbe watermelons In the southern' part of BiliousnessSour

and Anne, caring for them tenderly which not only makes communication used to carry; loads across western Georgia 1$ Increased 30 to 40 per cent Stomach

; lest they should be more miserable possible and practical betweenthe desert country. The argument was this, season. Gas and Headachedue
I than ever If abandoned to the merciesof small fishing boat and land, but that they could transport army equips ; "

a strange nurse, caught it herself; actually puts this communication[ [In meat and other_ goods more cheaply The world's sheep population' ; esti to

J then It swept through the household the form of the ordinary telephone than was possible with horses or pacl< mated at 500000000. From this.sheep ConstipationTHE

like wildfire. Nancy, Neal, the ser service[ mules. The War department broughtIn population the world's wool.,clip each

vants, each was felled in turn. Chaos New England' Telephone company recently 75 camels from Egypt and Asia year Is around 1.500,000: fons., ..
and confusion reigned supreme In the Installed such a- system and Minor, and Greek and Turkish camel .

stately house which Neal and Anne opened a marine telephone service at drivers with them. The camels were The yield of protein from soybeans I I S
had felt so sure was to be the seat Boston which makes available to the taken to an army post 'near San AntonIo -pound for pound-Is twice, that. "of: '

of culture and well-ordered living.At fishing ships at sea the entire telephone Texas. In transport experiments [- meat, four times that .of eggs, wheat I

length the Invalids recovered, the service rendered on land. The with camel l trains Into New and other cereals, and twice that of I

,-r6 situation Ehook Itself into shape. The equipment is extremely: simple and Mexico Colorado and Arizona, army navy b(ans.
r;:;;; boys began to adjust their difficulties needs only occasional supervision. officers rendered favorable reports, but *
and to enjoy life at the unlvers Already several trawlers have\ been from ---
ty. opposition arose horse dealers Soybeans, cowpeas and similar[ leg-
Harriet departed for HInsboro well equipped with radio telephone npparatua. and the experiment was finally aban umo crops are mot considered feed

pleased with her winter's work, and With ships so equipped, the doned when the Civil war came on* crops under the AAA ruling, but instead
assuring her brother and sister-in-law fish dealer on land may communicate The camels were sold to ,circuses and are classified( as hay crops.
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Clewiston News Last week Dr. Samuel McCrea Ca- heading of "obscene literature," and ,an obscure Kansas town, while he books, it is a mighty good bet 0 that,

:vert, general secretary of the Fed are not allowed to be sent througfi ought to be holding down a big city inhibition will come' back with a
Published Friday in Clewiston, eral Council of Churches in Amer- the United States mail. Generally job. Here is a sample of his literary vengeance, maybe in five years.- .
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Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, ica announced at Oxford, Ohio, thata they aro distributed to the news ability, which proves our point: Seattle Star.
Tnc. meeting of that Protestant group agents by railroad express. Enough "It was a wonderful wedding. The ..-s.,
would be held in New York to dis- cannot be said in condemnation of I girl was ,as sweet as any girl who DISCOVER NEW BEACH ,- 0''W

Keathley Bowden, Editor cuss cooperation with the Catholic such vile literature. Unfortunately, ever lived; but modern As she walk-
League. parents are sometimes not alive to ed up the aisle on her father's arm, The discovery of a newly formed

Entered as second class mail mat- Mrs. James Roosevelt, mother of many of the dangers to which their her lips lightly tilted at the corners beach littered with rare shells was

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post the President, in a Mother's Day ad- I children's morals are exposed in with a happy smile, she was a pictureof reported recently by Capt. E. E.
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under dress" took cognizance of the cam-, these modern times. Boys and girls:: modest beauty. Her filmy wedding Damkohler, who was returning froma
the Act of March 3, 1897. paign and stated "I have --been of immature years have been avidly gown and gossamer veil floated fishing trip to the Cape Sable re-
greatly impressed with the import- perusing such magazines at public I I around her fair blond head like a gion. The; beach is about 100 miles .

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. ance of protecting the millions of news-stands. These magazines. are halo. She was as nearly 'an angelas smith of Fort Myers. .
A Advertising rates on application. children from the demoralizing influences filthy and degrading and are one of girls get to be in this world. At Capt. Damkohler believes that the -
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of many of the commercial the greatest menaces to morality and the altar, as she passed from her beach has been formed as a
Devoted to the advancement and motion pictures and with the greater common decency. When the Amer- father, the man she _always loved, the action of the storms during
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry importance of encouraging and developing ican parent will wake up to a realI- to the other man to whom she would the past 10 or 15 years. He said

County. pictures of an educational zation of this he will surely protest devote the rest of her life, her dainty that it is about seven miles long at

character-building type, that will against such contaminating publi- slipper touched a potted lilly restingon low tide, but considerably smaller
ISSUE make the picture industry a constructive '- cations being sold -in his community the floor and turned it over. Smil- when the tide is high.
FILMS-CHURCH:
TilE force in our national life." "n many cities and towns here in ing again, she turne$ to the dear old :The guide reported finding lion's

Francis J. Finnegan) In May Congressman William P. [Florida as elsewhere, the sale of pastor waiting tit the chancel and paws, genonas, angel wings Chinese
Rev.
(By the Connery of Massachusetts addresseda such literature is strictly prohibited. said: "That was a hell of a place to alphabets, Scotch bonnets, and other

On June 21st, a council of Cath- letter to the four leading motion The time is not far distant we put a lily."-Fort Myers News-Press. rare and beautiful shells. He added

Bishops met in Cincinnati, 0., picture production corporations hope when the publication and sale that the virgin beach had a consid-
olic
announced that they will con- threatening to introduce regulara- of anything conducive to moral turpi- FOR OTHERS erably larger proportion of rare
and torylegislation in Congress if they ''iiJe will be a criminal offense. When shells than Sanibel, which has been
warfare
tinue an open and vigorous, A frail woman who had experienceda I
pic- fail to take steps to purge the filmsof that time comes another great danr. I combed by shell hunters.
against immoral and salacious very trying ordeal, was adjudged
screen" is ; their present indecencies.. Sub- to Christian, morality will have ceased I Capt. Damkohler added that the
"wholesome unbalanced and
tures until a mentally was placed
'assured. sequently he carried the threat" into to exist.A in a sanitarium. I shell beach had probably been undiscovered -

They declared that they have ,"no effect; ,and at the hearing of the Pat- Shortly fter she became an inmate before as it is guarded by
destroy the motion man Bill demanded censorship. His SAFE ANT SANE FOURTH the i wide flats, and boats have been accustomed -
wish to harm or an epidemic swept through
demand evoked expressions of approval wide in the gulf.
picture business but the evil character I institution. The woman, forgetting i to circle
motion pictures have from many Congressmen. Next week we shall celebrate the -Fort Myers News Press.
of many herself to serve ,others who were in
forced the- bishops to take direct Hcllywood is very much alarmed.As anniversary of American Independence. need, worked day and night feedingand :
indication of this find that Tho slogan "A safe and sase -
aggressive action in safe guard- an we nursing eight of the women
ing and the moral well being of the peo- activity of a protective nature has Fourth" was originally intended as tients. For two weeks she gave them pa- .. ....................................................................................... 0

ple." begun among the producers and directors a warning against the indiscriminate, every care and consideration.

This announcement followed along of the motion picture indus- careless and often dangerous use of Each of the eight women in her I
conclave between four bishops try. The Los Angeles! Post-Record as- firecrackers in connection with the charge recovered. They were not

of the Catholic Church, and two rep- serts that studio producers and, the- celebration. f alone in being returned to normal Good FarmLand

resentatives of, the motion picture atre men are raising a fund of $2- Patriotically we celebrate the health, however. She was completely

industry, Joseph E. Breen of Holly- 000,000 for the purpose of educat- Fourth; and shall continue to celf- restored and released from the san-
wood and Martin Quigley of New ing the American public against the brate it throughout years to come. itarium at the end of two weeks. Sheis

York. ? boycott. On the other hand there is The warning is still well uttered now enjoying the full control of I

Presiding at the conference was evidence of a movement within the safe and sane Fourth." But now the herself and her mental possessions.Her .

Archbishop John T. McNicholas, industry itself to support the Cath- meaning has swerved somewhat from reward had come, as she gave w for Rent
head of the arch-diocese of Cincinnati olic campaign. That this movementis the advice to let firecrackers aloso. freely of the best she knew.Christian '

and a founder of what is known gaining momentum was indicatedby It's highway accidents now that pfl-3 Science Monitor.1'ROHIBiTION .

(its the Legion of Decency.The the meeting" in Cincinnati on June up the toll of killed and injured over
Legion of Decency was founded 21st. the holiday period., COMING BACK?

six months ago by the Catholic Hollywood has no desire to lose As tong as we celebrate holiday, l lcaraIiI

Hierarchy of the United States to its box office receipts, and the Cath- we seem prone to do k in a reckless Don't laugh when the W.C.T.U.
combat the production and display of olic Church close-knit and unified as frame of mind. Before there were says prohibition will be back in five I

pbscene motion pictures and lewd ad- it is with its 20,000,000 members, in automobiles: we did it*-o* the : years. There's more ,than_ a little
vertising. Over 1,000,000 Catholics this country is a strong factor to Fourth at least-with firecrackers. common sense in the prediction.We Trespassers

have already joined the League and be taken into consideration. Besides Perhaps someday there will be repealed prohibtion because we Will Be
almost as many Protestants and the League of Decency is not a other- means _of transportation so believed we could control liquor bet-

Jews. Membership consists of sign- sectarian movement as such. It is an much in vogue that the highwayswill ter if it was made and sold legally, .ProseeutedClewiston

ing and keeping the following pledge: appeal to every decent,. clean-mind- not be so crowded as to render because we were tired of the snoop-'
'1'1 wish to join the Legion of Dec- ed American. It is a crusade against them dangerous when holiday throngs I ery, the graft and the brutality of

ency which condemns vile and unwholesome filth, ,against sex-glorification and swarm over ,them. \ prohibition enforcement officers.In .

motion pictures. I unite the glorification of sins against sex. Until then, may we repeat, let's the state initiative repealing -----
with all who protest against themas It Is a protest against depicting make it .a safe and sane Fourth. bone dry law is a specific provisionthat
a grave menace to youth, to home criminals as heroes and heroines, .-- the saloon shall not come back,
fife, to country and to religion. thereby serving to sow and develop A WEDDING WRITE-UP and that liquor shall not be sold to i.
"I condemn absolutely those salacious criminal Instincts in our children. minors. Well what has happened? The

motion pictures, which with, Nobody has contended that all movie Most newspaper men shirk fr 'm Neither the police nor the sheriff'smen '

other degrading agencies are cor- pictures are bad. It is conservatively the task writing up a wedding and are even slightly interested In.

rupting public morals and promotingsex i estimated that 25 per cent of them prefer to pass that responsible duty enforcing: the existing laws. Saloonsrun

mania in our land. are vicious and salacious, 50 per to the female society editqi' Yet wide open and liquor is sold to

"I shall do all that I can to arouse cent of them are at least "shady"and there are exceptions. Occasionally an I minors. Comp nyPiiTo

public opinion against the portrayalof only 25 per cent are thoroughlyclean editor is found who can paint a word.I The liquor fellows are killing the .
vice as a normal condition of affairs and uplifting.At picture of nuptial events that any goose that lays the golden egg. If

and against depicting criminalsof present, movie theatre lady reporter might envy. they' continue as they are now operating .
any class as heroes and heroines, and managers are in somewhat owners ofa We discover one like that who ap'I and if no attempt is made to ....................................................................................... ,.
their filthy philosophy of
presenting
quandary, Generally they are
life as something .acceptable to dec- -- -
obliged to buy their pictures en
ent men and women. bloc, perhaps 50 or more at a time
"I unite with all who condemn the produced by the same studio, and so : :: :;:

.r display of suggestive advertising on often they must of necessity accept R SALE .1. .!.
bill-boards and theatre entrances, and pictures they would not other- .... ..
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in often newspapers given: to, and immoral favorable pictures reviews in wise wood deliberately acts and purges choose.the Until movie Holly-in- ::: :;: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment ::; :i:

the daily press."Consideiing. dustry of its fjlth) and that it must :i: .... ..;.. :s:

r these evils I hereby and will act soon is certain, they arc ..::.. 'i: I .:. ..:...
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to remain from all motion : I .:. ..
promise :
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away up against a difficulty. But jis the I .j. ,..
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: pictures except those which do morals of a people are of greater ; I .i. ':.
not offend decency and Christian value than an industry the film in- .. .:.
morality. I promise further to secureas dustry or the individual must not : i ..z.:' ,.':..

many members as possible for the bo allowed to prosper at the expenseof 'J.. .y... ,'..
s Legion of Decency. and 'I ,..
our boys girls. There is therefore ..z.. .. .
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"I make this protest in a spirit of an imperative obligation in con- '. .:' .:.
self respect and with the convictionthat science on movie theatre managersnot I .:.. .0.:
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the American public does not jto show on the screen pictures .s. ..

demand filthy pictures but clean en- that could impair the morals of the .:. ':.. I .. .!. ,
tertainments and educational fea- public. .:. ". _' .s. .0. t- 0yY /
tures." The influence of the movies over Y 1 y '
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The ultimate of the Catholic .:. 'z. ,'
object the minds of our people is tremen- 'z.
Heirarchy is to, enlist all clean- dous, and in view of the facts broughtto y Y Y
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minded Americans in the crusade light, truly alarming. The movie Y Y 1 y ;j:!

against motion picture filth. The picture houses have, a patronage of :: :: :: :i:
enthusiastic and nation-wide re- 1,000,000,000 per week. Our : -
rponse to their appeal is ample proof schools scout I x
churches: our our boy Y x
that such a movement is necessaryfor camp3 can only engage in a losing + ::. i\ .:. .
the preservation of morality and fight if Hollywood's tornado of filth's ..IY! i s + 9 s 4 jV .
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Chiistian principles and ideals amongour allowed to sweep the entire country .(.IY.. V 7x I S Y
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people. From every state in the spreading vice and corruption on .- A I .:. '.z...
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Union, -and from members of every the souls.of men. But Hollywood and n
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nomination, countless letters and :'ts votaries cannot stand firm w, .t.
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telegrams have poured in on the against tho mandate of a nation in :&I::: I .. ..

Bishops, congratulating them on their its demand for cleanliness. Confidentially .:YI.S X'X!:' : : ': -- xX:: :z:
Stand and promising wholehearted we look forward to an era .,IS. :
AiAYiY.
tuppoit. Upwards of 2,000,000 in the near future when the movie : ,.s. I .:. .i..i.YY
Pledges are already in circulation.The shall be one of the greatest source Y
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first object of the Catholic of education, and cnlishlmant, and : I z II .s. .z.
Church is to unite in boycott against moral elevation to our children and Y.,;. Y

evil pictures, all of its membership ,our people.In :': .} ):
in the United States. this connection I would like to x

Various Protestant and Jewish mention briefly another movement IYiY: Pay The Balance I Like Rent S *..
groups have already promised their within the Church sponsored by the 1 -

cooperation.the Directors At of a recent meeting of International' Catholic Truth Society :;::::: : WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON ,HOMES, : :::
Detroit Council of It is a movement against the /
Churches (Protestant), a resolutionwas publication and sale of unclean lit- :;::1::: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :: :::

adopted recommending the Cath- erature. In many news-stands

olic campaign. They asked the Jewsof throughout the country, pornagraphic Clewiston Home Association U
Detroit also to Join in the cam! literature, generally In the form of _*i*: Building
paign. Similar resolutions were likewise h" .z.
magazines such as "French Night ..z-.
adopted In Boston, Saint Louis, Life," "Sexology," "Spicy" etcIs >.YiY'.'!.. PHONE 102 ..z.!. ,}
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San Antonio and other cities through exposed publicly for sale. All these '.
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r I; I Personal Mentio-i: Re-Employment Jobs During Service Short Period Places Since Many Its In InceptionA New-- Castles In The Glades- }Marjorie B. T llace.I.. I IKids



gratifying increase in the number decreased somewhat during May as

l-, Miss Dorothy Hooker of Chosen of placements to private em- compared with the preceding month, ,
visited friends here Tuesday. placements in private industries have queer: ambitions and look her over,' for she will be 'far

\ ployers by the National_ Reemployment maintained the upward trend begunin queerer reasons for having them. I I and away the biggest dragline on

Paul Cassidy of Lakeland is spend Service through its district of- the job. The MacWilliams contract
i ', March, it was announced by Dr. I heard one youngster say the other
I ing the week here on business. fice in Clewiston has been noted by E. M. L'Engle, state re-employment 1 day that he'd like to be a soda jerker ;goes as lot usual, serenely along, puttingup
a of levee without
l\ P. Arledge, district manager. director. I any fuss
i : so that he could lick all the spoons
and
Mrs.: Connally Nail of Moore Haven feathers.So .
I During the month of May alone, The total number of persons placedin after folks had finished their ice
was a visitor here Wednesday. jobs in the state of Florida during also does the McKenzie job, andI
1 the local office placed 354 white men cream. But perhaps to a boy come of
May was 12,571-an Increase of my ambitions would be take particular interest In that because
E. P. Miles, Jr., of Miami is in and 124 negroes on the federal works 1,583 over 10,988, the number of comprehensible.So equally in-. Mrs. McKenzie is a very active

1 Clewiston visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. being done in the Lake Okeechobeearea total placements made for the monthof many people have asked me member of the firm and is out on

",P.' Miles. despite the fact that this is the April.! Of the total placementsmade I.about the concrete structures-where their levee making things hum every

seventh month since contractors have during May in Florida 2,491 they were to be located and how day; I do like to see a woman dis. -

Tom and Cleo Seymour of Home- been at work on present contracts. were on Public Works projects, and many there were to be-tttat prove the'stupid old idea that a wom-

stead were business visitors hereWednesday. During the same month the local of- 10,080 with private industries. Dur- with I present the dope on the here-I an's place Is at home. With the exception -

fice' placed 50 white ment 71 negro ing the month of April a total of ject: of course, the I of about 2,000 yards right

-- men and one negro woman to work 3,047 were placed on Public Works i ways has the feminine perogoive of I at Clewiston, the entire four mile

Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and Mrs. J. W. with private employers,. the state projects and 7,941; in private employ changing its mind. But present plans length of this contract is under con

Ezelle were visitors in West Palm road department, county ,and city ment. call for five hurricane gates and ten struction and 5,000 feet or so is "
Beach Tuesday. work. Of the total number of for I already sodded.
persons drainage culverts. Four of the gates They have a new
Mr. Arledge states that "we are whom work was found duiinjj the I are now under construction and seven machine on this job, too, brought
of Orlando
I P. V. Cavanaugh spent gratified at the showing we are mak- month, 9 percent were women. of the culverts are either finished or over from the Canal Dredging cpm
this week here trans-
several days of ing toward placing labor with private As in the pevious month increasein on their way. The other gate at pany defunct work,-a four yard

acting business. employers, which indicates that job placements were reported for 'Moore Haven, is to be not only a Monighan, ,

I private employers are taking advantage .- most industrial classifications, the gate but lock as well. The three C. E. Williams!:,. who had charge "'
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Pope and family -
of our free placement servicein principal gains being distributed as culverts not yet under contract of the witches' cauldron at the dip
i are
:Mr. and Mrs. Dan Allen
, : visited :
follows: ping vat, is now relief inspector '
solving their labor problems. It located between no. 12 and Port until
: here Monday, en route to Georgia.Mr. is upon the interest that is shown Private: building and construction, Myacca, one at Bacom Point and the I: such time as he needs to fire up

by the private employer that the future up 801 to 2,094lumber, and allied ether two between hurricane gate I I again under his evil brew
and Mrs. F. J. Nebiker and
industries, 174 to 779 tobacco I I Mr. and Mrs. Y. H. Carter havo'had
of the National Re-employment up ; no. 5, which is Bennie's job, and the ,
at Cres-
Bobby spent Sunday
son, service depends. We want the private manufacturers, up 138 to 142; trade St. Lucie. Two of the culverts are as their house guests Mr. and
cent Beach at Fort Myers.
-employers of labor'to know that wholesale and retail, up 266 to (G30 j ; finished, no. '12 and no. 1, and "the Mrs. C. E. Steinhouser and son of

Jf; we are here to serve them efficientlyand public utilities, up 15 to 47; domestic six barrel culvert at Clewiston is South Jacksonville. My family hay 3
Mrs. T. P. Jackson of Miami ar-
(...'-; and will promptly and that this serviceis and personal service, up 162 to ready for the gates and back-filling.: reason to remember Mr. Steinhouser,
rived in Clewiston this week
712. for he used to be chief of police whenwe
all absolutely free. So, folks
we are getting along quite
visit here for two weeks.
I, The report of-activities of the stateas Placements in agriculture, fores- nicely. If you have followed, the Kol- ', lived in South Jacksonville and -

I I! R. T. Smith of Jacksonville arrived a whole.shows. that although job i try and fishing show a considerable' lum you will know about how far we always seem to be getting entirely -
increase from 1218 to 1937. ., : too well acquainted with the
placement on Public Works projects along the rest of the concrete structures -
,here this week and expects to
police. I'm
I didn't
! sorry know, until
are. If there's anything else
here for time.
make his home some
too late to call that
,
they hereI
I MRS. !MAXWELL HOSTESS NOTICE OF TAXEQUALIZATION you want to know, just ask Dredge were -
Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Hill returned Boat Annie-if I can't tell .you I can I really should have liked to meet

this week from a visit in Miami and Mrs. F. R. Maxwell was the hostess maybe find out. f Mr. Steinhouser in an unofficial. ca-

I in Clearwater 'with the parents of at a delightful luncheon Tuesday aft TO WHOM IT CONCERN:. This is Clewiston week. First stop, I pacity.,Mrs. Mac's niece Althea

I I Mr. Hill. ernoon at the Watanabe House hon You are hereby notified in com- Culvert no. 3 at Little Bare Beach. Ford
I took her
I fiddle and went home to .
-- oring Mrs. E. G. McFadden, house pliance with Section 929 Compiled Footing course is in on the landside, I
Jacksonville for the
ar-rived guest, of Mrs, G. M, McFadden, of General Laws of Florida, that the and forms going up for the wing I. is expected back when summer school ,starts.bu;
walls. The cofferdam is well
Jacksonville. holding
Tax Assessor of Hendry County,
Called
other
hls! home here for the next few Other guests included Mrs. R. H. Florida, will meet with the Board ot now. Stewart and Steil were 'busy the day to pay my
respects to Mrs. Willis Jr.
( months Bt rriss, Mrs., G. M. McFadden, Miss County Commissioners of said county down in the hole with rules and Since
all
you want to know what she looks
I Kitty Burriss, Mrs. William Lock- at the Clerks office in the Court strings and so on, lining up the dow-

P t Boyd Vorhees of Moore Haven has hart, Miss Dorothy Lockhart, Mrs. House in ,LaBelle, Florida, on the els, and they looked plenty hot. like,, here's olive how: dark eyes, darn.hair ;

J moved to Clewiston and will be connected H. C. Streadre and 11rs.V.. C. Hooker. first Monday in July, the same baiiig Gayle's gate at Lake Harbor has' skin, slender. ; a dlstlnc'
of
; type brunette
,with the Sugarland Service always associated
the excavation about finished and
of A. D. 1934 "
the second July ,
day in my mind with old Southern stories .
i Station. for the of hearing com- pumps going day and night; some
purpose
which describe the heroine
!MTCS. BESTOR ENTERTAINSMrs. moJo
forms in for the foundation, and the
and testimony as
receiving
plaints or less after the foregoing fashi".
i :Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Maxwell left i iThursday' to the value of any property, real or road out to the job almost ready
Lovely Southern
H. A. Bestor complimentedMrs. I I manners, too. I'I
for trucks. This seemed a good
for Inverness to visit for
fixed the Assessor
County -
personal, as by
fact, I took quite shine to Mi ,.
a
Carl Wertz of :
Cristopal Canal
,
f chance for Gayle to get in a bit ofa
several days with Mr.. and Mrs. Guy- of Taxes and of perfecting, reviewing .
'
ton Hall. Zone, with a tea at her home Saturday vacation before the rush starts., so i Moore, Junior.
\ afternoon. and equalizing the assess : he and f Notice to the baseball team: don'1
mature
if his
present plans ,
r -' ments as made by said Tax Assessor. .
f know that
Guests were Mesdames G. C. will be out for Texas you engineers are su; "
lighting
Ezelle and Bee
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. You and each of you are hereby I
Poole, I. M. Pafford, R. Y. Patterson and believetae there is posed to be accurate? Never saw ti
daughter Emma June returned recently notified to be present ,at said time tomorrow; ,
from a visit' in Richland Ga., F. M. Wright, J. W. Moore, W. and place and there set forth' any no happier girl in the world than many errors as were pulled at laSunday's :: '
C. Prewitt F. Deane Duff, W. C. Bee. Her favorite just now Is game; as a joke, it. wjvj
with relatives. song
f/ Owen, E. L. Stewart, H, T. Vaughn, "Going Home." Young Gayle has funny, but as a game it really coup '

k:,Jft.:t' Mrs. C. F. Vaughn left ,this week C. R. Byrd, J. W. Ezelle, John which you may desire as fixed to _the and val- had the measles and Grandma Mc- have stood some improvemen' .
ue of property as as-
I I Formey of Canal Point and the hon- any been'spending most of Please don't let down just becaun
former home in Jackson Fadden has
for her '
I sessed by said County Assessor of i''it is hot-let's have a real
Mich., where she will visit" for sometime oree. Taxes. I her time taking care of him. These 1 gamy
next
with her parents. grandmothers do come in handy Sunday.
and ordered at LaBelle Flor-
I Done ,
I !\IRS.IILLER! ENTERTAINS | This week's good-by comes frori
I ida, this 9th day of June A. D. 1934 sometimes. Ruth Trainor, and is Russian. .

Dr. O. F. Schtffli returned this Mrs. ,Leslie Miller entertained F. L. DUNAWAY, There, is a very to the interesting MacWilliamsjobs ma- I Dos Vidonia-and I hope I spell

week from two weeks visit in North Thursday afternoon at her home witha Chairman Board of County Com- chine in coming couple of weeks-a 500 ton i ed it correctly.

Carolina. Mrs. Schtffli and children bridge party honoring Mrs. E. G. missioners of Hendry County, Flor- a I .
Marion dragline with a 175 foot .
remained for the summer season. McFadden who is from Jack- ida. .
visiting
,
I (SEAL) boom and an eight yard bucket; that I -'
sonville. will be some little digger. She is P. H. Smith, contractor of Haines
t Hershed Howze, of Sarasota, who Invited Hall.A. Attest: William T. Hull, Clerk.F. .
Mesdames H. R.
were being barged from Plaquemkie, La. City, who will construct the 19 gov-

'I has been visiting his aunt, Mrs. C. A. Munroe' I. M. Pafford, G. C. J. Courtina of Miami spent the She travels on her own tracks and ernment houses, arrived here Wednesday -

{ L. Downs, here for the past few Poole, G. M. McFadden, Y, H. Coth- week end visiting here. you want to be sure to get out to .
weeks returned to his home today. ern, H. R. Knight, C. E. Miner, C. I !

'il F. Trainor, W. T. Effting, M. P.I I .. ---

H. J. B. Scharnberg and John Lu- Peterson, A. O. Ward, F. R. Maxwell, .

I caa have' returned to Clewiston after C. E. Nall and the honoree. i

I \ several weeks visit in New York Mrs. G. M. McFadden received high I

i and Boston with friends and relatives. prize, Mrs. H. R. Knight received the IS YOUR CAR SlUGGISH ?
I I ,
low score prize, Mrs. M. P. Peterson ,

: Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McDonald and held the lucky card to win cut prize [

; family returned this week from a I and Mrs. E. G. McFadden was presented -

two weeks visit in Ludowici, Ga., I with the prize for guests.

i where they were guests of relatives. I

I I I t) ff' r1 : ,!C'Q
Mrs. Hansel McDuffie and daughters J) :i' JYJ", '0"t'J g..l ) )

t Gloria and Betty Jean, return-I .
rIi-f ed this week from several Counselor and Attorney at Law
I .....
\ in Sycamore, Ga., with friends and Hopkins Building
\
, relatives. Wednesdays and Saturdays
\ I, 9:30 to 4:00
Lieut.' Kenneth Wells, who was

formerly stationed with the U. S. i I

Engineers here, now of Miami, has ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
recently been transferred to the Hawaiian REQUEST
(
(Ii Islands. jr. j I

I C. E. STEBEL 2

: : Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Bourne motored \

,: to Lake Jovita on Sunday where Electrical Contracting

their son, Harvey, is spending a'
:s month at Camp Saint Leo with head-I! PHONE 2121

'J ; quarters at Saint Leo's College.Mrs. PAHOKEE FLORIDA

Distributor

L. J. Pape returned to her Agent for

, ',' home in Lake Worth recently after GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS r

I spending a week in Clewiston with ( That Good -

her daughter Mrs. Clyde Egley. Mr. RANGES AND .

>,- and Mrs. Egley returned to Lake APPLIANCESWatches
,
Worth with her and remained for the Gulf

.1 week endrN.

Clocks, Jewelry
GasolinelEIBHICSTES
C. Story of Leeds, England, Rear or .
was a recent visitor in Clewiston
Clewiston Drug. CompanyJewelry
where he was the guest of friends.Mr. .

Storey is a former resident of Repairing

Clewiston, He left after a few days W. H. MERRITT

". 1lJ1' visit for New Orleans where he will WATCHMAKER & JEWELER GAS0 1 E UPPER CYLINDER and VALUES
meet Mrs. Storey. They will return to CLEWISTON FLORIDAP. 0p00 6Ucw lF

Clewiston for a brief visit before going jNAt SAVES WEAR : in'
POWER -
O.' Box 521 LaRlcFtco 1 IHCHftSES .
to Miami where they plan to reside N -
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. THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1934.



CALLS FOR MAKE-UP ,

Just ,,, syo IN POPULAR COTTON

OUR COMIC SECTION PATTERN 1CCO

Of course you can make It of any- .-
thing you like, hut there is something r
\ about this frock that just pleads to
be made up in one of the new cottons.So .
I why not do It? You will simply

D I Events in the Lives of Little MenV J 0 love little it-you shoulder can't capelets help will it. fall Those so

prettily and the yoke will look 811

m.
YOU SPELL 50 SIX TIME5 NAME }IE LAREST kE
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
t Aa.wIxt
ECSTASY NINE IS FoRTY OCEAN AND TEN OF $r.

AN X 3 FOR, HEY ? n r' THE P/INCPAL( --3 c cpOR A very himself dilapidated at a hospital old man for dogs presented )

rs' oNITt and cats and asked the porter to take
him In."You.
can't come in here," said
the porter brusquely.
"Oh, yes, I can," said the old fellow -
"I'm an old soldier."
VV "But that don't make any difference -
; :
: ; ," said the porter, "this Is a
+ "
4 .7t veterinary hospital.
-V "That's right," said the old soldier
v< serenely "I'm a veteran."

; T I r 7F Foxy Idea

"Why do you prefer players who
have happy homes the managerof
.
1 ri the baseball team was asked. S
r
V YA1 "Because," he replied, "the big
7r 4N thing In baseball is getting home, and
if,a fellow thinks a lot of home he'll
be more anxious to get there than _:J .
one who doesn't.

-7 i ,
Sounds Fishy "I ,
"What Is your gross Income?"
"I have no gross Income."
"No income at all?" _
"No gross Income. i have a net
Income. I'm in the fish business.
Montreal Gazette.



/7 iiiIi : Q.wert-What Um do you think' of n '

I man running away with his friend's
wife?
Yuiop-Such cases of friendshipare
very rare.-Louisville Courier
THE FEATHERHEADS The Clam Journal.

J WELL./ WELL ]I FELI1!! THOUGHT +

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CAMPY] HAVEM'T AMP CUT
and the general effect will be
I HAP AMY FOR A .4 GRASS=
J THE V one of that trim well-groomed chic

"Ht-: which always accompanies cotton
-/i SWANK properly used. As for cotton's posi-
iLOOICI IfOTEL tion In fashions-it's on the crest of
TIMEY 0 the wave-the chic Parisians who
0 0 make _and unmake the mode are or-
[ !! dering dozens of cotton frocks: for
FELIX'S summer.
0 ani
1 Pattern 1C6G is available in sizes

.. STUCK' 14, 1C, 18, 20, 32, 34, SO, 3S,40 and 42.

TOGETHER, .J Size 1C takes 3 yards 3G-Inch fabric-'. '.,'
and % yard contrasting. Illustrated :
CANDY! step-by-step sewing instructions in \,
/ / = eluded.
Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) In
ATQa5 coins or stamps (coins preferred) for
this pattern. Write plainly name, ad-
dress and style number. BE SURE
TO STATE SIZE.
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I
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--AMP fARE
I THAT FOR. ONCE YOU Pattern Department, 243 West Seven- V
UP4&BLAH ETCWHATMOT "
'f- i1hi t NOT TALIIW teenth Street, New York City.
ANp --
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BACK ANP GIVING- \

ME A LOT-OF PooREXCUSES WE KNOW THEM, TOO

// .
; V Smart was looking rather puzzled.
L "Tell me, old fellow," he said toa
V -V -Pr" friend, "have you ever heard of
: such a thing as cold embers .

The. friend shook his head vigorously -

; ( "Never," he replied. "There can'tbe
such a thing."
ij ; ; Smart smiled artfully.

"Oh, yes, there is," he- replied.
'F V "November and Decemberthey'recold

'- enough, aren't they?"

FQ /4f4 -J
\ Another Arms Row
weetern Newepaper Union x f I Jane-I understand now why these --..
disarm movements don't make muc?
""
of a hitsFayneWhat :.jt';
(r' Too Slow for Him I AND NOT-TO-BE I In ConfidenceThe QJ put you wisp?
The real estate agent, having shown Caliph of Bagdad-Is.there any l 6G Jane-My parents called me Into a
the prospective customer around all truth in the report that you can call conference last night to discuss the
day until well Into the evening, inquired up a friendly,genie by rubbing a lamp Idea of my permitting fewer arms
: "Well, now, what do you think AladIn-Between you and me there's around me-and that one broke up In
of our little city?" i nothing to it. I started that story: as a row, too.-Cincinnati Enquirer.
"I'll tell you, brother,">> replied the : a means 'to induce my wife to polish
tough westerner, "This is the first cem-.' the brassware. 1
Tips .
etery I've ever seen with lights." "
ouKe: "Can the stock market be regu-
Willing Subject lated 7""Yes
Not Really!
Mother-Good gracious, Junior, ] Relative, No Doubt ," answered Mr. Dustin Stax,
"Make'omnivorous'a sentence." containing the P II forgot to shake the bottle before ] JJnks-Do,you know that cyclones "but jou'll never stop speculation.You .
ivord gave you your medicine! usually come from the Southwest? can't keep lambs from taking
J as when I'm
"Omnivorous happy
Tit-Bits. y Willie-Don't worry, mother,'I'll just BlInks-No? My wife comes from tips any more than you can hotel
football.-London
playing turn a few handsprings.OW Texas, too.-Brooklyn Eagle. waiters."


MONEYWISE OW, OW!
"So Jack Is engaged. Is Fannie the --

bride-to-be"No, she's?" the tried-to-be." QUALITY 'M' ,


d 1 I I i An Asset
Mr. Surasky-My daughter's music
lessons' are a fortune to me. ((1II(1/
Mr. Penabad-How Is that / .
-V Mr. Sucasky: -They enable me to
buy the neighbors' houses at half price.
"Your daughter seems to have arent. I--
( many suitors." Decollete Manner
"Yes, at least four or five." "Mrs. Uppitt certainly is oil: wrappedup "What makes you look so sour today
"Which one does she favor?" In herself." ?"

"I don't know. She sceems to be "Yes, but believe me, she will exposes "Went and bit an old maid by mis
observing a strict neutrality." a cold shoulder." take."
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I _: ; '' THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1934. _

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' : Furnishes Inns ,1 WINS BRITISH TITLE1ggij Time Worth Only merely by a change of occupation.The .

Europe thing to be avoided as the
plague was to do nothing I
\ What It ConfersThose
"Knowing full well the condemnation

j i for Youthful Wanderers I may; be bringing upon my head,
: I must say sincerely that one of the
Moments of
Leisure
lessons I have learned from many
lLIT
t Not to Be Countedas years which never lost sight of the
, Tourists to Find Welcome tish Hostels association was founded, value of a minute Is that one of the
I much of the grandest country In Scot- Wasted. most wholesome, healthful and con
in Many Lands. land remained inaccessible to the
structive things we can Go with some
i. \ cyclist and hiker of limited means. "Is there no time you can reclaim leisure minutes, Is just doing noth. '
Washington.-"With the coming of Inns are Infrequent and fairly expen- from pleasure that really does not Ing 1" '

I ; summer Europe opens her doors- sive, and it requires super energy to give you much pleasure, from empty I Bell S'ndlc.a.te.-W Service.
I : : thousands of them-to the youth of the pack a tent and camping equipmentover talk at the club, from inferior plays,
world," says a bulletin from the Na the rocky: trails of Western Ross. : from doubtfully enjoyable weekendsor Bored Bores

tional Geogiaphic society. "['rom Al- Now Scotland has more than 30 hos- h not very profitable trips? Do you One of the most delightful thingsin

pine valleys to Norwegian fjords, from tels, usually plain stone huts, often 3 realize the value of minutes? A man the world is to introduce one boreto

villages of central Europe to the rocky with room for no more than ten, and had a wife who always kept him another '. and then duck.-

Hebrides, joungvandeiers will find sometimes straw palliasses Instead of 4 waiting a few minutes before dinner. Don Marquis in Collier's.

'outh hostels' waiting to welcome beds. After a time it occurred to him that
them at the end of a long day on the "Among the popular border hostelsis 1ri : eight or ten lines could be written

road. There for the price of a shilling, Broadrneadow by quiet Yarow Wa- during this interval and he had a paper

a franc, or a mark, Is a kitchen when- ter, near Scott's beloved Abbotsfordand and ink laid in a convenient MercolizedWox7Jfee
one may cook supper, and find a friendly blue St. Mary's Loch. Of course DI'I place." I

group of campers around a fire, and hostels exist In the Trossachs, and One of the most deeply appreciated
best of all, comfortable bed. another chain In Perthshlre. If the of our American women writ

"Rucksack and weary feet are a certain traveler is still following the Great Ii ers, to whose attention the foregoingwas

passport. The young traveler North road, he will find the key to called, sees the matter from an-
; also must have a membership in one Blrnam hostel at 'Macbeth Cottage.' other angle. She says:

of the national hostels associations,; Birnain wood still stands, nor has it "This depiorer of 'wasted time'

but this Is easily obtained, and dues 'come to Dunsinane.' Farther north, goes on to tell all this man accomplished

i are only about a dollar a 'ear. Whether much farther, is Loch Maree, dotted over a period of years, In

f It Is the Reichsveiband' fur with green isles, and guarded by the those few minutes a day. A reader

Deutsche Jugendherbe-rgen, La LIque giant Ben Slioch which rises abruptly sent me the quotation with the remark />,s Skin Young

Francais pour les Auberges de la !. across the lake from Slattadale hostel. that all young people ought to Absorb blemishes and discoloration using
Jeunesse the Gaelic An of the Mercohzcd Wax daily S3 directed. Invisible
or Oige "To seek: still wilder and
moors
read it that would much
they
get
so particles of aged skin are freed and all
'I Irish Free State matters not at all. higher mountains one must go west, more out of life if they did not wasteso defects such as blackheads, tan,freckles and
Reciprocal agreements between the large pores disappear. Skin is then beauU-
across the Sound of Sleat to Skye; much time. I I I fully clear, velvety and so soft-face looks
u-; various countries entitle any member Island of blue mist and brIlliant sun.Above "At the risk of being misunderstood, years younger. Mercohzed Wax brings out
to the use of foreign hostels. your hidden beauty.At all leading druggists.
the schoolhouse hostel in Glen
t::
___nm__ I am not going to agree. I think we PowderedSaxolite
Win Welcome. Sligachan tower the purple peaks of have already heard so much about i Reduces wrinkles and other age-signe.Simi; iI I
I "All the associations are alike In the Cuillins. To climb their crags requires \V. Lawson Little of California cap- the value of time, the dangers of I ply dissolve one ounce Saiohto in half-pint I
tured the British amateur title In | witch hazel and use daily as face lotion |
I their ideals of international democracyand a rope, guide and intrepid golf wasting it, the benefits of conservingit
; I simple living. There are no dis- skill. Sudden mists guard their cliffs the tournament at Prestwick, Scotland. and that can be accomplished by

tinctions of race, creed, or social posi and corries ; but should a climber gain In the final round he defeated Jimmy salvaging those few minutes here

tion. Youth and a slender purse win the top of Sgurr-nan-Gillean or Sgurr Wallace of, Scotland by a display of and there--so much "that we are In LOST 57 POUNDS OFFATDIDN'T

first consideration. In fact in Bavaria Alasdair and find the clouds lifted, astonishing golf. He is only twenty- danger of forgetting that time was

no one over twenty, save the the 'mysterious isles' will win him for. three years old and is a student in made for living, not life to save time. CUT

leader of a group, may use the hostels. ever." Stanford university. "Time, like money, is only worth

Luckily for many, England has no what we get out of it. And I see so DOWN ON FOOD"I

such literal interpretation, measuringage many people in this hectic day so
by enthusiasm rather than gray Find Ancient Towns on Shore of Dry Lake preoccupied with the matter of get- lost 57 lbs by taking Kruschen

hairs. Travelers arriving by motor- ting the most out of their time that Salts and it had no ill effect on me. Ididn't
o ,cut down on a single food-I
cycle, car, or bus will probably find they are not living at all. recommend it to any.
themselves politely turned away. The Indian Villages Unearthed by of the bureau of American ethnology, "It Is right that young people one who is overweight.:*

hostels have no room for the more CWA Workers. estimated the village to be nearly 500 should be taught the pity of waste in Mrs. A. Ropiak, So.

plutocratic summer tourist. years old. ? time as in anything else--the follyof Milwaukee, Wise.
To win
"The youth hostel movement beganIn The second village uncovered was not taking advantage of the opportunities youthful figure a slender take a

Germany over twenty years ago Washington.-On the shores of dry said to be unquestionably more an- open to them in their for- i half teaspoonful of
when a young school teacher in Westphalia Buena Vista lake In Kerny county, cient. No record of its occupancy was mative years for mental and bodily P Kruschen Salts in a

started taking his students on California, an expedition of CWA obtained and, It was explained, a growth, of heedlessly for some fool- glass of hot water first

summer walking trips, stopping over- workers, directed by Smithsonian in- study of skeletons unearthed Indicatedit ish pleasures, turning their backs on thing While every fat is morning.leavingyou

night in empty school houses. By 1914 stitution archeologists, has excavatedtwo to be the home of Indians who the benefits that are open to them.. gain in strength,_ health and physical
he had raised funds for a number of ancient Indian villages, one, believed later shifted westward to the coast. "Ei:t there Is a time for "work anda charm-look younger. Many: physicians -

hostels, and after the war membership to date to the beginning of the Contrasting finds in the two villages, time for play. And the constant folks. prescribe all over the it and world thousands have achieved of fat
Increased with amazing rapidity.In Christian era the archeologists disclosed that the for
preoccupation with snatching slenderness. A jar lasts 4 weeks and
I 1923 there were over 2,300 hostelsIn The first village unearthed, the in- first one possessed abundant soapstone profit every leisure moment, begrudging costs but a trifle at any drugstore. But

Germany, giving shelter to more stitution disclosed, was believed to pottery and small arrow points, while time given to real leisure. Is, to protect your health-make sure you get

than 4,000,000 visitors in one year. have been inhibited by Yokut Indians the second had practically no soapstone my mind, the source of many nerv- Kruschen-it's and money the back SAFE if not way joyfully to reduce -

"Youth Inns now occupy old castles when Zalvidea, Spanish mission priest and boasted larger, cruder flint ous' and physical ills. I have seen satisfied.

along the Rhine, city towers in Medieval visited it in 1772. However, It was points, which probably were, used on high-strung young people who had I

towns, forest huts in the Marz added, by 1S25( the village had van- darts rather than arrows. Also, It been Impressed with the idea of accounting -

, J mountains, and even a grim old fortress ished completely. was added, in the latter village bodies for every minute, restless POOR COMPLEXIONSClogged
at Coburg. The majority, however were buried under the floors of houses.
Indicating ithat it was long a site and nervous at wholesome recre
I are modern buildings with the pores, pimples improved inReSlDo
of human occupancy, workers uncov- ations. I have seen them unable to, the
most modern In of
equipment. many ered seven distinct lake terraces as really rest, because their minds, always -
the cities they have assumed hotel Peace Pact of Ancients
they dug through various levels., Although on the minutes, could not be
proportions. One of the largesttheInn found Just of attuned to relaxation. had
few human burials were "Scrap Paper"BaIUmore.As They
at Cologne--accommodotes 1,200
(the archeologists said they discovered 357 been taught that rest can be achieved
early as B. C.
guests. More recently a chain of hostels -
parts of 35 skeletons in a nearby hill-
International pacts became
has been added in East Prussia. peace
side cemetery. Dr. William D. Strong, "scraps of ," Dr. David M. RobInson _
paper -
One of these Is at historic Weissen- I

berg, a point of international Import- professor of archeology at !

ance where the frontier of East Prussia Johns, Hopkins university, told col- Don't upi!

meets the boundaries of the Polish She Will Probably leagues upon his return from an arche- give
Corridor and the Free City of Dan- ological expedition to Olynthus, ancient
zig. Close Window Now buried city of Greece. .

"The Youth-Hostels association of Gary, Ind.-The next time Mrs. Olynthus, Doctor Robinson ex I DO NOT want to give up...but why do I .
tire so easily...why can't 'carry on'... ,
plained, was a city of 05,000 Inhabitants -
England and Wales is a much younger Beulah Hopkins takes a bath she'llclose
and how is it that I do not feel like myself :.
and less crowded organization. It was the bathroom window. located In Chalcidlce at the
not founded until 1930> but by 1933 Mrs. Hopkins went into the bathroom head of the gulf of Torone. Its site It may be that as the result of colds..in-
was discovered by the professor In door or over work.worry and the like.. .
could boast of 200 hostels and 30,000
disrobed, and turned the water -
the of blood has been weakened'that '
strength your
1928 after historians
long had dis-
members. Shelters of the
are simplest on in the tub. Suddenly her is, the red-blood-cells and hemo-glo-bin
kind-farm houses, village schools, husband heard a scream. He puted its probable location. reduced.. .and Spring finds you with that
and granaries. dashed Into the bathroom and his During excavations, it was dIs- "worn-out" and 'let-down-feeling." 'f
closed, Doctor Robinson unearthed
Movement Grows wife was gone. He peered out of a
Rapidly. 15. line inscription proclaiming allianceof For such cases try that time-testeH tonicS
"A few there are for whom the Great the open window. His wife was .S.S.-not just a so-called tonic but a tonic
North road with its signs reading atop a sand pile on" the ground.At the Oljnthians with Philip, kingof specially designed to restore body strength by '' }
'Edinburgh, Aberdeen and the North, Macedonia. However, It was added, its action on the blood. k
the Gary hospital. Mrs. Hop- ;
In 357;: B C., nine years after the alliance -
has an Irresistible lure. The road kins explained that she stepped on was proclaimed Philip dIsre- 8S.S. value has been proven by generations '

leads the adventurous over bare moors, a piece of soap and skidded right garded Its provisions of use, as well as by modem scientific ap
razed the
through steep glens, and past lonely city Unless your case is
InJury
out of the window. Her only youroappetiite
and sold the people Into should In the Springtimetake
slavery
(f' lochs to the wildest beauty In Britain. wrenched back. soon notice a pick-up in -
\ Until three years ago when the Scot was a Discussing his expedition's work, ...your color and skin should improve with S.S.S. Tonlc.'
I the archeologist enthusiastically pointed increased strength and energy. <<:I The S.S.S. Co. At all drug stores*:
to the recent excavation of public

II m Coast Guard Is Getting Planes buildings stores,, historical and an arsenal.Inscriptions public -

Indicating that Olynthus once was PleeaeIler's '
ravaged by a severe epidemic, Doctor
; ;
t\ / T-\ Robinson said he found the remains Ypu'r cpminq .to/the
,. ;
; ,
: ;;: :; ..r of 30 Olynthians buried together, .apparently HAIR TONIC

victims of a strange malady. 1934........... WORLDS FAIR
color to v.D -
Hair. -
Gray -
original -
,, L iA The expedition also uncovered a Speediest Restores remedy known for Dandruff. : ._ ,- ; ; : 7'

.. ". rT&' brilliantly painted tomb and five mo Prevents falling hair. Satisfaction guar in Lhicaqpand
anteed.Large bottle$1.00 at dealers or by
/ <::4 saics, which have aroused the Inter- prepaid maiL Wonderful opportunity for
I II ests of artists and scholars. live agents. you'll want a ro.>m at
: .. PREACHER'S::: HAIR TONIC the Great Northern Hotel no
I Jackson Tenn. you can see Chicago as Hell as
Excess of Elm, Maple the World's Fair. Convenient
to shops, theatres, depots and
Seeds Threat to Trees all of Chicago's great civic
,- Madison Learn Deputy Culture with actual practice. attractions. Right in the heartof
,y, Wls.-Overpl'oductlon of Two to six months extra cost.Commission everything. Nearest loop
.. elm and soft maple seeds In southern paid foUrrffgg. Diplomasand
the main
;.. positions guaranteed.Expert Instructors. hotel to entrance.
Olt'A Wisconsin this spring Is threatening Molar Text used. J120 full course for only
\ -.Y to kill many of the trees, according to starting$50. Schools weekly.throughout Pull information Florida.write Classes or 400 ROOMS 400 BATHS
a bulletin issued by the state agricul Inquire :Mrs Ad lin ons' School of Beauty
Culture. 8129 fiebmska Ave., Tampa, I'la.WNU Large modern, comfortable,
ture and markets commission.The homelike. Friendly service,

trees produced many times the personal courtesy, deliciousfood
normal number of seeds to compen- KILL ALL FLIES reasonable prices, convenient -
1
sate for unusual weather conditionslast location. No .

I year, E. L. Chambers, entomologist P1'teeQ Killer attracts anywhere.and Daisy kilts files.a Fly. parking worries. *,
Guaranteed, ettectlve, Nett, Make i
said. The drouth yourre.ereations
l early In Junea e ,r! 4'' f conveNcat-Cannot Bplllwlllaot noic. .I i
year ago Impaired development of seller/aiuro anychlag.
Iacta all season. 20o a alit
seed buds. ; +- dealers. IIarold Elmrrs, Inc., THE GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL
,,,, ,
-' ,
""""" I 150 De Kalb Ave n'k1pr N.Y.
This spring the drouth came, later JACKSON BL YD.,DEARBORN QUINCY- 51'S.
Henry Morgenthau, Jr, secretary of the treasury, and hear Admiral Harry and may kill the trees which have CHICAGO I I LL

O. Hammond, commandant of the coast guard, Inspecting the first of a fleet weakened themselves by overproduc EARL L. THORNTON, Vice-Pre
of Chance Vaught navy pursuit-type planes destined for use by the coast guard. tion of the seeds -7 25-34



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,_. FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1034.
THE CLEWISTOX NEWS

EIGHT .
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Mrs. .H B. Neighbors of Pensacola, tion in Mayague. He was assignedthe

TOO LATE TO who has been visiting her mother and task of visiting the cane field Results Hendry'Co. Primary Election, June 26th
father Mr. and Mis. E. J.- Rogero areas to study the new methods and;

CLASSIFY I here for some time recently returned I cane varieties which might be used I'rocinct Xluuher \\I 1 I 12 \13 [I 4 ]I 5 fTwtiUNITED
in Puerto
to improve conditions
accompaniedto
to her home. She was
Mrs. Rogeio, wl'o Rico. His work is the breeding cf STATES SENATOR
Jacksonville by I 49,381' 376
\
he it, "Biy- I \\1 1801 37\\ 721 \
( will visit ,there awaiting the arrivalof new varieties or, as puts Claude Pepper
?tj 414
6311
.lr BY 1\\ 145551HHI\ 501
banking cane.
L :: her daughter, 1IissVilma Rogero Park Trammell
r
eRUSSELL KAYIf of New York.: Miss Rogero will return I "I found an excellent condition. R. R. COMUISSiONER. Group 1. .
to Clewiston with her, mother I prevailing; at the Florida State E' Matthews ((1135j 311 591 33141\ \ 272
'
Eugene
for a visit.CENTER periment Laboratory at Belle Glade, \I\ 165\\ 451 921 241) 6911 395
somebody were to ask: me to I 'I' he said. "Here they have ingeniously Lester Wells .

a list of things we could get devised a motorized laboratory.asort H. n. COMMISSIONER Group 2.
prepare
along without, I would head it with STRIPES ON of cane mill on wheels. In this Herbert P. Caro II 1251 34\\ 501 111 3611! 256

the Official State Campaign Book:,, WILL COST_ NEARLY R.JO,000; :}I! laboratory thousands of seedlings can Jerry W. Carter -1T1561\ 281 881 431 4111 356

issued according to law by Secretary be tested for their sugar content right Senator 21th Dist.
For State ,
Gray. TALLAHASSEE, June 28.-The I in the field. This prevents loss: from William V. Albury 1\\ 1621! 581 731 37\\ 3211 362
will shortly
The booklet is supposed to be published stato road department I varieties of cane that might other- 341O262( 7311 431
1591
\\I
registered begin the work of painting stato I transportation Arthur Gomez
and mailed to all wise be untested;: and saves '
them with the highways with center stripes for tj-e of tons of cane." Count)" C(1)unissioner, Dist. 3. :' -
acquaint
voters candidates, to but instead of impartially -I guidance of motoiists. Mr. Davis was surprised at the I' J. R. Doty II I I 1761 1 I1\ 76

listing all candidates with the data I Asphalt highways will be marked healthy growth of cane there and Mark Poole II I 11041 \III\

concerning, them that voters might i with an orange colored stripe and said it compared very favorably withPuerto School Board-Felda and Dcnaud -

b& interested in, it only carries ad- 1 oncrete highways will have a stripe I Rico's growth of the same Earl Royer \\I I I I 164! 271\\ 91

vertisements of those candidates who 3f black painted down the center. kind. Jim Maddox \\I I 1351 I I .
enough to money for Painting of the stripes will involve 1 *"" I .
pay confronting
are simple I "The main problem Co. Conul1isslon. Dist. 5. '
them.A j in expenditure of nearly $30,000 according I Florida growers of cane is that of' F'. L. Dunaway II I I I i151 1 51

check-up shows that not manyof ; to Chairman Treadway.'. I II finding a variety of cane that will Asa Townsend 1\\ I I 1 \\-51\51\
'em pay and the only guy who I ripen earlier than the present known

enjoys the thrill of feedin' the kittyis [4 YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? varieties. The state experimental station -

old John Taxpayer who is soakedten I. !I and also the U. S. Agricultural

to fifteen thousand dollars for I SUGAR EXPERT AGREEABLY I station at Canal Point .are working THE SOUP TALKS BACK .:.1...:N:N...:..:N:N:N...:N:..;N;..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N-.
each issue. SURPRISED WITH GLADES toward this end and will, I feel sure, y
From the standpoint of utter uselessness be successful." | New and Used :;;:;
I'd call it the world's best i I station at Canal The genial traveling salesman who ;_; y
member of the next Surprised at the pleasant climate in The experimental scouts for this department reports
If ::
example. some I
Davis found, has a broader 1 ;
Point, Mr. _:: FURNITURE
legislature really wants to do some- the Everglades at Belle Glade, a section that, he has quit ordering alphabet, ..
than the state experimental : .
thing worthwhile he might introduce of Florida he never before had objective \ soup in restaurants. The first four 'i'
to I- -
a bill to abolish this bit of nonsenseand I visited, Robert L. Davis of the U. S. station, since there they are trying letters he fished out of a recent bowlof ; '.0

save all that dough. 1 it Department Mayaugue of, Agriculture Puerto Rico, ,stationed arrivedn develop Georgia a and syrup a sugar variety variety of cane for LOUisiana for- soup spelled "Nutz." ," he"Things com- I:: BELLE GLADE ::

work the have come to a pretty pass
in addition to their on
The "after the election" headachemay I Miami recently after surveying starts talk- COMPANY ::
situation in Florida, Florida problem. plains, "when your soup |:: FURNITURE
letterI I he cane
be cured, according to a sugar
just received from a friend at Day- Louisiana and Georgia."I I At Houma La., the government I ing back to you.-Winter Park Her- : :!:
maintains a station for testing cane | Belle Glade Florida
the ald. ,
tona Beach, by attending the Volusia always had entertained,
County Summer Frolics to be held dea that the Everglades was a sortf with the bureau of chemistry and Door To Theatre :!:
and Next
soils the bureau of entomology,
,
there July 3, 4. 5. > dismal swamp almost uninhabit- : W. -L. Tapp of Lakeland visited ..

An elaborate program has been arranged able by white men," Mr. Davis said. 'the bureau. of plant industry cooperating. friends in Clewiston Monday. I II I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
which includes a bathing Instead: I found it decidedly cool
beauty contest, baby parade, baseball, and entirely pleasant with a populaion -, Mr. Davis spent eight days in the

boxing, auto races, fireworks and who were both agreeable and cane fields and the experimental stations -
i in this state and included in his Subscribe for The News
what have you. lospitable.
) to the state station I
itinerary a visit I
;
ten
I've attended several similar Mr. Davis spent the past :jeais.t -
Gainesville.Miami Herald. i I I
at
here to agricultural stai -
events in the past and am the government

tell you that those folks over there i i

sure know how to pull a swell party. '

There is one other attraction the "i<
: \-/1; :
letter didn't mention but which appeals : : .

to me even more than the bath- .',

ing beauties and the fireworks.A .
few miles down the beach is

a place called Mosquito Inlet where I Ia I

guy can toss "fishing plug in the !

water and get himself tangled up in I

the durndest argument imaginablewith I J

anything from a leapin' tarponto

a lady fish. It's no place for a

Scotchman because those doggone fish

will smash :your rod, tear upyourline
FV 7C, v Se7 .
'
and walk off with your best minnow Xt
j,., '
before you: know what's happened. .. V S ,' -
I've been behind in my !ish in' y

for a long time and now that the ex- : &R K! fl + 'C f r i.',

citement of election is over, I' going

s' to do my best to catch up. I

I'vegot r.: new minnov. that
Wig-\I
; gles along the surface like

business and keeps sayin' "Come up

an' see me sometime." I'm countin' WEA1KII

on 'it plenty. The first HE fish I

catch, I'm gonna take a picture of it

and send it to Avery Powell and see

{ if I can't break his heart. ; ; ,

While I don't know who we're gon- .

na send to Washington, I know one .:1:: ,.."" .'- ..,:-o
-
". guy who is goin' to Daytona Beach to

i fish and attend the frolic. I'll belookin'
p''t of rich muck
climate vast areas
_' for you. TEMPERATE sub-tropical ,

--ii--- land, proximity to great population centers and facilities
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I that the '

TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRUCIT 4 ;,p--.- for rail and water shipment are factors encourage : ;) ;

OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR i. f ,1 >. development of a great sugar industry in Florida. Given the .:....
HENDRY COUNTY, INII CHAN ; ;; t'
,. all the
is of producing sugar >
.
Florida capable
'f: .i Ir '
CERY. ._ ; proper impetus, '
... Y : ; <*
1.-' consumed in the United States. ,;cO';
The Clewiston Company, a ,
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corporation, Plaintiff, ... '" .,-;':y

v. I Already the sugar industry in this State-yet in its infancyhas .

Fred, E. Nelson and Hazel A, Nelson, ::_ .- Two mills at : ; :
his wife Defendants. "'C. proved what can be accomplished. sugar ,
::: : ;
Order for Constructive Service >'. Clewiston and Fellsmere, are grinding out a sugar crop this year r'
Affidavit for constructive service i; under : ::
12,500 acres are :
having been filed as required by law. i! :; : valued at $3,000,000. Approximately ",' '
] ., : .
IT IS ORDERED that the defendants ) ;...,: 'ti i- : cultivation and 3,000 workers are employed annually. .;; -

Fred E. Nelson and Hazel A.I "
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Nel on, his wife, do appear upon the I I2nd j ;
day of July: 1934, to the bill of The All! uhose Florida Com- Florida has millions' of fertile acres available, rich lands :
: rnittoc- present
complaint .filed in this cause*, else the
; membership: Includes State. We could easily plant 100,000 "
the
'I various sections of
allegations of said bill will be taken .'s: all newspapers, radio Ill, --f

as confessed by said defendants. 1 I._.'. .:" .,. .''.. stations and outdoor acres, employ 20,000 workers and produce' a $20,000,000 crop i .',:
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that'! I advertising plants in '.' ,
this order be published once a weekjfor 'I '_\: .. the State is u nonpartisan ,each. year. It is..not exaggerating to say that the major sugar }
: .- non-sectional,
four consecutive weeks in ; -< be established here. .
(4) industry of the world could ".-
-- '
;
"
: non-profit organization.
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The Clewiston News, a newspaper] ; .'; ;. :r I '
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'. ,\, ':" formed to promote the .;
Florida. i o ,.. .', '
published in Hendry County, I ". .:! _}" :' industrial agricultural
DONE AND ORDERED at LaDelle'1 c ," _' ',' ., and tourist potentialities The world must be informed of this opportunity. To develop '

Florida, this 31st day of : i of the State. During consumer markets
have population .
: r resources we must
1934.\ the summer: a' '
WM. T. HULL, |\ _, .
.'_ drive will be made to. We must attract visitors
Clerk of the Circuit Court for : enlist the support of t demand for our products.

Hendry: County, Florida. I --- ', every citizen, business.".- and permanent residents here from all over the world. Growth ,4division
Evans,Mershon & Sawyer house and political sub. '
1st National Bank Bldg., I e. Rcad the an. and .development will naturally follow. ', ; ,

Miami, Florida.SOLICITORS 1 nounccmenU carefully :

FOR PLA NTIF ?. i iI '. ss i*,they tsR appear publication.weekly _' ; An All Florida advertising program, properly I planned and ,

I ;" t mediums of the nation,
.. 7- projected through the publicity
WANT to exchange for 2 thousand i;: great .
dollars in buildings 38 rooms make will spotlight Florida before the eyes of the world drawin: ,'. 'J
good -lodging house, Lake Harbor' cA11.FE ;:" 1 I DA I industries
the crowds, bringing in new capital], establishing new .. ..
lumber two years old. Permit buildings _
I to remain if desired' for good e TE ADVANCING. PR -
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exchange. M. I. Johnson, 1216 N. SP.E.RlTyt''U

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i : NOTICENOTICE Lot 6 Block 203 . . 'Mrs. Emily Rickmeyer . 3.80

Lot 7 Block 203 . . Dave Alston . .. . . 28.30
Lot 11 Block 203 . . F. W. Iverson ... . ... . ..> 3.38
I is hereby given that the following described lands, or so much Lot 13 Block 203 . . Blanch M. Elfrink . . 3.38
( +i. thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set Lot 18 Block 203 . . Julia Sharkey ... '. '. . 3.38

1 opposite to the, same, together with the cost of such sale and advertising, Lot 19 Block 203 . . Mary King . . . : ., 3.38
f will be sold at public auction on Monday, the 2nd day of July 1934, be- Lot 20 Block 203 . . Ellen KaneGertrude . . . . 3.38
Lot 23 Block 203 . .
'V. Ingram . .'. 4.50
ginning at twelve o'clock noon, at the City Hall of the City of Clewiston, Lot 24 Block 203 .". S Gertrude W. Ingram . . 3.38

: Florida. Lot 1 Block 204 . . Emily D. Rickmeyer ... . 3.10
Lot 2 Block 204 . . Emily D. Rickmeyer . . 2.54
\ R.; Y. PATTERSON TAX COLLECTOR, CITY OF CLEWI STON Lot 3 Block 204 .'. . ': Mrs. Grace E. Coffee . . 2.54

I.ot 4 Block 204 . . Mrs. H. S. Rosenthal . ., 3.10

W : Lot 5 Block 204 . . C. A. Pretzal . . . ., 3.10
8, ":' LDescription ot 8 Block 204 . ',' Anna E. Anderson . . 4.50
t>
of, Land 3 wa Owner Amount of Taxes Lot 11 Block 204 '. . :. Miss Bessie Reardom . . 3.10
) eo:5 SW = (J.o) and Costs I.ot 13 Block 204 . . Edwin G. Boon . . . 3.10
I' H so K < Lot 2' Block 207 . . Lillian H. Wright . . 2.82
lot 3 Block 207 . . Charles W. Wright . . 2.82
J Lot 14 Block 207 . . f
I; So. 85' of Lot 9 Block 9. Alston Drug Co . . . .$3 .30 The Clewiston Company . 2.54
Lot 15 .
Block 207 .
4 .' Lot 10 Block 20 . . R. E. Kurtz . . . . 5.80 The Clewiston Company . 2.54
Lot 16 Block 207 . .
t p ; Lot 17 Block 22 . .. Ella S. Swanfeldt . . . 2.40 The Clewiston Company . 2.54
Lot 17 Block 207 . .
r Lot 23 Block 22 . . E. J. Feuchtinger . . 3.80 The Clewiston Company . 21.30
Lot 18 Block 207 . .
I Lot 20 Block 23 . ..: C. B. Fitch .'. . . ... 4.50 The Clewiston Company . ., 2.54 I
t Lot 21 Block 23 . . ._. C. B. Fitch . . . . 4.50 Lot 19 Block 207 . . Amelia M. Hall . . . 2.54 I
i Lot 23 Block 23 . . .; '"'. Hollis: Lanier . . . . 4.50 Lot 20 Block 207 . . James P. Carroll u. . . 2.54 :-:::"
f Lot,24 Block 23 . . ;.: Hollis Lanier ... . . 4.50 I Lot 21 Block 207 . . The Clewiston Company . ., 2.54 ,
Lot 25 '. Lot 22 Block 207 . . Marie Pavlik .. . . 2.54 '':
Block 23 . _; Hollis Lanier . . . . 4.50 :"'.
r. Lot 26 Block 23 . . ,. :r; Hollis Lanier . . . .. 4.50 Lot 23 Block 207 . . Marie Pavlik ._ . . 3.66 ,f '
; Lot 30 Block 23 . . :!!": Colt's, Inc . . . . 5.20Colt's Lot 1 Block 208 . . R. H. Isaacs . .. . . . 3.66 "
: Lot 31 Block 23 . . .- '" 1' Inc .- . . . 5.20 Lot 2 Block 208 . . R. H. Isaacs . .. . . 2.54) .
Lot 32 Block 23 . . ; ;'" Colt's, In . . . . 5.20 Lot 3 Block 208 . . W. A. Isaacs . . . . 1.98 .
i :{ Lot 23 Block 26 . . ;..: ,;:. ., B. W. Jenks, Sr . . . 3.80 Lot 4 Block 208 . . W. A. Isaacs : . . . 1.98 : 0
f ; Lot 24 Block 26 . . ::3u:: B. W. Jenks, Jr. .................... ...80 Lot 5 Block 208 . . W. P. Didlake . . . 1.98 -
Lot 25 Block 26 . . ...i:;;:" B. W. Jenks, Jr _................... 3.80 Lot 6 Block 208 . . W. P. Didlake . . . 1.98 =
Lot 26 Block 26 . ..... : B. W. Jenks, Jr ... ............ 3.80 Lot 7 Block 208 . . Lawson Payne .. . . 1.98 I ",
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f Lot 27 Block 26 . . >>::'.:j!" ,, B. W. Jenks, Sr. ..m.. . 3.80 Lot 8 Block 208 . . = M. Huie . . . . . 1.98 ( -
Lot 28 Block 26 . . .0..:'. "!..,.j1.; ...: B. W. Jenks, Sr .. . . 3.80 Lot 9 Block 208 . . J. W. Huie . . . . 1.98 :' '
Lot 29 Block 26 . . ..n*; ;:: B. W. Jenks, Sr. . . . 3.80 Lot 10 Block 208 . . J. W. Huie . . . . 1.98 i'!
Lot 30 Block 26 . . ;-. ; B. W. Jenks, Sr. . . . 3.80 Lot 11 Block ,208 . . John McCoy . . . 1.98 'f H
Lots 3 & 4 Block 27 . The Bromar Corp. . . . 84.30 .ot 12 Block 208 . . The Clewiston Company . ., 1.98 i ...
Lot 19 Block 27 . .'. .'. : ; :-'" The Bromar Corp. . . . 4.50 Lots 13, 14 Block 208 The Clewiston Company .. 3.10 1'" O.
Lot 20 Block 27 . . .. ;, ,. The Bromar Corp . . . 4.50 Lots 15, 16 Block 208 The Clewiston Company . 3.10 ;
Lot 27 Block 27 . . ./"" Elmer G. Case . . . 2.40 Lots 17, 18 Block 208 The Clewiston Company . 3.10 t ; "
% Lot 28 Block 27 . ; .:;;g Elmer G. Case . . . 2.40 o Lots 19, 20 Block! 208 The Clewiston Company . 3.10 '
Lot 29 Block 27 . . ;Tl-'rt Elmer G. Case . . . 2.40 Lot: 23 Block 208 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98 .
Lot 30 Block 27 '. . . ;/1'' Elmer G. Case . . . 2.40 Lot 24 Block 208 .. . H. F. Bycroft '. . . 2.54 .'"x-
.I Lot 31 Block 27 '. . : 5. Elmer G. Case . . . 2.40 ::.ot 25 Block 208 . . Emma Willard . . . 2.54 I V V
Lot 18 Block 36 . . ..... '.. W. T. Furgson . .-. . . 3.80 Lot 26 Block 208 . . Emma Willard . . . 2.54
Lot 19 Block 36 . . : ':;.;.., W. T. Furgson . . . 3.8C :dot 27 Block 208 . . The Clewiston Company ; . 2.54 tsft
Lot 20 Block 36 ,. . . .:_f''> W. T. Furgson . . ; . 3.80 Lot" 30 Block 208 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 ,
: Lot 2 Block 136 . . ",:jf: Walter R. Tweedy .. . . 3.1C Lot 31 Block 208 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54
Lot 15 Block 138 . . .. :r:..' C. E. Shaw . . ; . . 2.40 ,.Lot 32 Block 208 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54
Lot 17 Block 138 . . r.o C. B. Fitch . . . . 2.26 'c ot 1 Block 354 . .- . The Clewiston Company . 3.10
Lot 1 Block 139 . . ,,;' B. A. Bourne . . . : 49.30 Lot 2 Block 354 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 4ft -
Lot 4 Block 139 . . .f.. E. M. Petteseon . . :. 3.38 Lot 3 Block 354 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54
Lot 9 Block 139 . . : :-.is Mrs. R. H. Sanders ... ." . 3.80 Lot: 4 Block 354 . .. The Clewiston Company . 2.54 -'
.. Lot 1 Block 141 . . ;,, ',. Bertha Nehring ... ... . . S.8Cv Lot 5 Block 354 . . The Clewiston Company : 2.54 -0 =
'. :. Lot 9 Block 141 ... . :': Margaret Klick . . . 3.10 Lot 6 Block 354 . . .0 The Clewiston Company . 2.54
Lot 10 ,Block ,,,141 . . ,U'l'; "' Anna Pavlik . . . . 3.10 Lot 7 Block 354 .-. . The Clewiston Company . 2.54. S3M COC
r Lot 11 Block .141 ,. . ; :. ',:y Elmer G. Case ".. . . 3.80 Lot 8 Block 354 . . .. The Clewiston Company . 2.54 =
Lot 10 .Block 151. . '::::li'Elmer G. Case . . . 3.10 Lot 9 Block 354 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 =
Lot 11 Block 151 . . S :'''.; Elmer G. ,Case . . : . 3.8C Lot 10 Block 354. . ,y_,: The Clewiston Company . 3J.O S--S..
Lot '12 Block,151 . ... .. .O' Elmer G. Case .. .J../;. . . 3.1C Lot. 11 Block 354 . ; h .. 0 -The Clewiston Company ,. . 2f2 \. ." '
Lot 13 Block 151 . . Elmer G. Case . ... . . 2.81 Lot 12 Block 354 .. . : The Clewiston Company . 2.54 .
Lots '1, 2, 3 Block! 152 'I' .'" G. L. Espenlaub : .,. ... . 42.3C Lot 13 Block 354 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 '
Lots 5, 6,7 Block 152 H. Etherton ... . . 31.10 Lot 14 Block 354 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 ':
e-. Lot 4 Block 156. . :.. .<:'. C. C. Klutts . . . . 17.1C Lot 15 Block 354 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 >-
E'/2 Lot 5 Block 156 -.;" C. C. Christian . . . 17.1C Lot 16 Block 354 . . The, Clewiston Company . 2.54 o '
\t Lot 7 Block 156.,. '.. .. .r:,.-..<:,.:,. George A. Heinz . . . 5.9C Lot 17 Block 354 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 ",:
, ( t Lot 21 Block.156 : :.. .; "S. F. Feuchtinger .. ". . 2.5 Lot 18 Block 354 . . ., The Clewiston Company . 2.54 ft"
, Lot 1 Block 159 .::-. i: ;: .' :: .: .' Theo.; Gottliebt . . . 2.5 Lot 19 Block: 354 . : The Clewiston Company . 2.54 ftcn .
i Lot 6 Block 161 ..J-.-. .: .:;( ;": George Crowder . . .,. 1.7C Lot 20 Block 354 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 .,.
Lot 7 Block 161 i-Y. . . Lot 2 Block 162 '..-. .-". : f' :'f;; Mrs. J. E. Frederick . . 2.54 Lot 22 Block 354 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 -- .
Lot 6 .Block 162 t': .". : :; ;. J. C. Windheim ; ... . . 2.54 Lot 23 Block 354 '. .. . The Clewiston Company . 2.82 L ..J
Lot 12 ,Block 162't: Theo. Gottlieb '"Lot 24 Block 354 . . The Clewiston Company . 4.50 GOP
Trustee . 4.5C
Lot 26 Block 354 . . C. *
Clayton Townes . . 2.54 ,
Lot 15 Block 163 :. . E. L. Alston . . . . I V V.
17.8C-
-- "I' Lot 33 Block 354 . . J. W. Traeger ..' . . 36.70
Lot 7 Block 167?. . . .' '..>:c'.:' ;: S. J. Feuchtinger . . . 3.1C. Lot 3,* Block 354 ,. . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 O.

Lot 14 Block,167:: .; ..; 'j .t.' Emory J. Thomas . ... 3.1C Lot 35 Block 354 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 e

Lot 16 Block": 67 ... . ';,?:. Emory J. Thomas . . . 3.1C Lot 36 Block 354 . . S The Clewiston Company . 2.54 erGO
.. .' Lot 37 Block 354 . .
;; : The Clewiston Company . 2.54 tm-
Lot 17 Block 167 . .
Emory J. Thomas . .
3.1C
Lot 38 Block 354 . . The Clewiston
.' Company . 2.54 jIItIIi.I .
Lot 18 Block;167 .. . -. .:\ Pete M. Lanehart . ... . 3.1 .
.ot 39 Block: 354 . . The Clewiston Company.. 2.54
Lot 19 Block 167 . : :' Pete M. Lanehart . . . 3.1C 00 -V
.ot 10 Block 354 . . The
Clewiston Company . 2.54 ( ))
Lot 25 Block 167;. .:. ; '3:1.I: : Mrs. J. Kettl . . . 35.30 .ot 41 Block 354 . . -, The Clewiston Company . 2.54 =-
Lot 2 Block 168 ,. :,., ,:; ;. James Hartz j . :, . 3.1C ..ot 42 Block! 354 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 <-*.
Lot 1 Block 169 . .;..: : Rebecca Lutz . . . 7.30)
Lot 43 Block 354 . .
..' : ; The Clewiston Company . 2.54 o
Lot 6 Block 169 . : . ?
J. R. Alston . . . . 24.10)
Lot 44 Blocl:: 354 . . The
:: Clewiston Company . 2.54
Lots 2, 3 Block' 170 : .'. :' M. W. Bigg . .-.o' . . 45.10) Lot 45 Block 354 . . The Clewiston Company 2.54 Q..
0 Lot 8 Block 170 ; \ Victor Baron . hsft
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: 3.10 Lot 1 Block 355 . .
Lot 9 Block 170 ... ::=', John S. Banks .....__.____............ 2.54
: : : Victor Baron. :. :. . 3.10 .'
.'., Lot 10 Block 171 ;... :--' Anna A. .Wr'ght. .... :: . 3.38 Let 2 Block 355 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 CD ,!
Lot 12 Block 171 ; . <"'i:". Lesie E. Kemp .. ."';:' . 4.22 Lots 3, 4 Block 355 . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 ......:J.
Lot 26 Block 171 . ... .--, i ':.: Rebecca .Lutz. tf'"t.:' . . 4.50 Lots 5, 6 Block 355 . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 r--J
Lot 6 Block 172 : . . '4", S. F. Feuchtinger . . . 3.38 Lpts 7, 8 Block 355 . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 0 ,: ( ''f.:
Lot 7 Block 172 . . ;,!:' E. C. Cole . . . . 3.38 Lots 9, 10 Block 355 The Clewiston Company ... 2.26 -
Lot 10 Block 172 . . ': f.-' Emanuel F. Selz ... ... . . 3.38 Lots 1,1. 12 Block 355 The Clewiston Company . 2.26 "
'a Lot 11 Block 172. . / t Mrs. J. E. Frederick . . 3.66 Lots 13, 14 Block 355 The Clewiston Company . 2.26 ..r::._a
Lot 14 Block 172 . . Eugene Feuchtinger . . 3.80 Lot 15 Block 355 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 '
Lot 15 Block 172 . . :t;!:: W. S. Harvel . . . 33.90 Lot 16 Block 355 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 ,1r
Lot 21 Block 172 . . ., ;i '._" F. G. Hunt . . . . 3.38 Lot 17 Block 355 . . Mary A. Cronin . . . 2.26 '; ." \.JjI
Lot 2 Block 173 . . < ,' D. F. Woodward . ... . 3.66 Lot IS Block 355: . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 < ..,
l li'fl,... Lot 10 Block 173 . .. ...\?: T. J. Bruner .. . . . 3.66 Lot 10) Block 355 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 .,
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i Lot 21 Block 173 . . ';. ; L. M. Hardling . . . 4.50 Lot 21 Block 356 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 I .
I Lot 23 Block 173 . . .' W. G. Ames . . . . 56.30( Lot 23 Block 355: : . . Olaf Olsen . .'. . . 2.54 J :< ft
I Lot 24 Block 173 . . '. : C. E. Shaw . . . . 5.2<- Lot 25 Block 355 . . Bernard R. Payne . . 2.54 ,
Lot 1 Block 176 . : _':": Conrad Thorpe . . . 3.8( :.ot 26 Block 355 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 .
Lot 13 Block 176 . . f Mary S. Cooper . .3.1( .ot 27 Block 355 . . Frank Carey . . . . 2.54 f '
Lot 14 Block 176" . . /.J Lucille A. Lewis . . . 3.K .ot 28 Bloc: 355 . : Mrs. H. J. Warner . . 2.54
Lot 15 Block 176 . .'. Mrs. H. Davis . . . 3.1 :ot 29 Block 355 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.51
Lot 16 Block 176 . . ',":' Ella M. Johnston . . . 3.1t ot 30 Block 355 . . The Clewiston Company' . 2.26 o
Lot 21 Block 176 . . ,':: Gustave C. Voss . . . 3.1( .ot 31 Block 355 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26
Lot 22 Block 176 . :. ,i'V.. H. Kuhlman . . . 3.K ot 32 Block 355 . . The Clewiston Company. . 2.26 V.,: =
Lot 24 Block 176 . . '+'j A. V. Bristow . . . 3.8( .ot 33 Block: 355 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26
I Jf Lot 26 Block 176 . . S. M. Paulson . . . 3.1C .ot 34 Block 355 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 .. V
:: Lot 28 Block 176 . . -ot 35 Block 355 . . ,
E. W. Hathaway . . . 2.6 The Clewiston Company . 2.26
I Lot 31 Block 176 . . -. Esther V. Hogben . . 2.6fAnna Jot 36 Block 255 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26
Lot 36 Block 176 . . & Joseph Kuhlmau . 3.1f .ot 37 Block 355 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 .- ;. '
Lot 6 Block 195 . . Walter Insull . . . .3.1C .ot 38 Block 355 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 ,::'W:'.::
'?- Lot 10 Block 195 . . Janet J. Stockbridge . . 3.10( Lot39" Block 355 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 ,,-, '
Lot 23 Block 195 . . Chas. W. Keenan . . . 3.8C Lot 40 Block 355 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26
Lot 4 Block 196 . ; Thomas B. Hall . . . 3.1C (Lot 41 Block :55 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26
Lot 5 Block 196 . . Blanch Dean . . . . 3.1C Lot 42 Block 355 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26
Lot 6 Block 196 . . Maurice E. Vaslow . . 3.1C Lot 43 Block 3o5 '. . The Clewiston Company . 2.26
1 Lot 7 Block 196 . . Ella A. Nugent . . . 3.1C Lot 2 Block 356 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26
Lot 8 Block 196 . . Ella Lot 3 Block 356 . . Clewiston
A. Nugent . . . 3.8C The Company . 2.26
Lot 9 Block 196 ... '. . Mrs. Ella S. Swanfeldt : . 3.8C Lot 4 Block 356 . . .' The Clewiston Company . 2.26
..;:A. Lot 20 Block 196 . .' H. C. Kolstad ... : . . 2i.lC Lot 5 Block 356 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26
Lot 5 Block 201 . . S. C. Berank . . . 3.10 Lot 6 Block 356 ... . The Clewiston Company . 2.26
Lot 6 Block 201 . . E. J. Malone .-. . . . 3.10 Lot 7 Block 356 . ,. The Clewiston Company . 2.26
Lot 9 Block 201 . . W. E. Votava . .-. . . 3.10 Lot 8 Block 356 : . The Clewiston Company . 2.26
Lot 34 Block 201 . ..... Koenigsburg . '.' . 2.54 Lot 9 Block 356 . ,. The Clewiston Company . 2.26
.: .j Lot 36 Block 201 . .. S. C. Beranek ............................ 3.80 Lot 10 Block 356 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26
Lot 1 Block 202 . . Lot 11 356 .
Block .
I --r George Heinz . . . . 3.80 The Clewiston Company . 2.26
Lot 4 Block 202 . . Lot 12 Block 356 . .
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Walter The Clewiston .
F. Carrie . . . 2.54 Company 2.26
; Lot 5 Block 202 . . Walter F. Carrie . . . 2.54 Lot 13 Block: 356 . . Tho Clewiston Company . 2.26
Lot 6 Block 202 . Lot 14 Block . .
356 .
The Clewiston .
Raymond Reidell . . . 3.10 Company . 2.26
Lot 10 Block 202 . . Lot 15 Block 356 . . .
Florence O'Mera '. . . 3.10 The Clewiston Company . 2.26
Lot 13 Block 202 . . Lot 16 Block 356 . .
James .
The Clewiston
J. Carroll ; . 3.10 Company . 2.26
Lot 1 Block 203 . . A. Reinert . . . 5.90 Lot 17 Block 356 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54
'Lot 4 Block 203 , ,, B. A. Docrk ,1. ,1. ? 3.8 10 Lot 23 Block 356 , The Clewiaton Company 2.54
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356 . : The Clewlston Company . The . ,2.54
Lot 27 Block . . . 2.5 Lot 12 Block 361 Clewistori Company
Lot 28 Block 356 . . Julia L. Sharkey . 2.5 Lot 13 Block 361 . . The Company . 2.54.

Lot 29 Block 356 ; . The Clewiston Company . 2.5' Lot 14 Block 361 . . The Clewiston Company II ;. i'

Block 356 . . The Clewiston Company . . The Clewiston . .
Lot 31 Company . 2.5 Lot 15 Block 361 . . . I
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Lot 32 Block 356 : . .. The . 2.5' Lot 16 Block 361 . . J. C. Company I'r.2.54 -. ,-

Lot 33 Block 356 . . ."'...:. The Clewiston Company .. 2.5 Lot 17 Block 361 . . The Clewiston Company . 2. : :

Lot 34 Block 356 . . Iho Clewiston Company. . 2.5 Lot 18 Block 361 . . The Clewiston Company . 2. .'

I Lot 35 Block 356 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.5' Lot 19 Block 361 . . ,It, The Clewiston Company . 2.54 .

\ Lot 36 Block 356 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.5 Lot 20 Block 361 . . The Clewiston Company . ..54

., Lot 37 Block 356 . . The Clewiston Company . 25 Lot 36 Block 361 . . The Clewiston! Company . ..54.

Lot 38 Block 356 . . The Clewiston G. Case .Company. . . . 2.5 Lot 37 Block 361 . . The Clewiston Company . ..5iLot :

Lot 39 Block 356 . . Elmer Case . . . 2.5'Elmer 38 Block 361 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54'Lot
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Lot 40 Block 356 . . Elmer G. Case . . . 2.5 39 Block 361 . . The Clewiston Company . ..54

Lot 41 Block 356 . . . 2.5 Lot 40 Block 361 . . The Clewiston . .. i'

Lot 42 Block 356 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.5 Lot 41 Block 361 . . The Clewiston Company Company . .. .

Lot 43 Block 356 . . The Clewiston Cahill Company. . ..3.1( Lot 42 Block 361 . . The Clewiston Company. . 2.54

Lot 44 Block 356 . . Thomas B. . .8' Lot 43 Block 361 . . The Clewiston ... 2.54
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Lot 1 Block 357 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.5 Lot 44 Block 361 . . The Clewiston <.. . 3.10
357 . . The Clewiston Company" . Eugene Feuchtinger 2.82
Lot 3 Block . 2.5 Lot 45 Block 361 . .
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Lot 4 Block 357 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.5 Lot 1.Block 362 . . The Clewiston . 15.7' .

Lot 5 Block 357 . . Tha Clewiston Company . 2.5 Lot 2 Block 362 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.40ft

Lot 6 Block 357 . . The' CJewiston Company . 2.5 Lot 3 Block 362 . . The Clewiston Company . 14.30)

Lot 7 Block 357 . . 1 hs Clewiston Company . 2.5 Lot 4 Block 362 .,. . The Clewiston Company . 2.40

Lot 8 Block 357 . . 'Ille Clewiston Company . 2.5 Lot 5 Block 362 . . The Clewiston ,Company . 2.40

Lot 10 Block 357 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.5 Lot 6 Block 362 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.40(

Lot 11 Block 357 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.5 Lot 7 Block 362 . . The Clewiston Company . 14.30'

Lot 12 Block 357 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.5 Lot 8 Block 362 . .'. The Clewiston Company . 2.40

Lot 13 Block 357 . . the Clewiston Company Lot 9 Block 362 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.40"Lot

Lot 14 Block 357 . . The Clewiston Company .. .. .. .. .. 2.5 2.5 Lot 10 Block 362 . . The Rebecca Clewiston Lutz .Company. . . . 2.40Got

Lot 15 Block 357 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.5 11, Block 362 . . ..i'.. Rebecca Lutz . . . 2.40

Lot 16 Block 357 . . The Clewiston Company 2.5 12 Block 362 . . -, Company . 3.10
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Lot 17 Block 357 . . The Clewiston Company 2.5 Lot 17, Block 362 . ., ., The Company . 3.10 ,
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Lot 18 Block 357 . . The Clewiston Company !Lot: 22 Block 362 . . : The Company .. . 3.10

I Lot 19 Block 357 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.5 Lot 25'' Block 362 . . .. The Clewiston Company . 3.10"It

_Lot. 2U Block 357 .'. . . The Clewiston Company . 2.5 Lot 26 Block 362 . . '/ The Clewiston-'i ...:"f/%.,, Company .. .. 3.10Lot
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Lot 31 'Block 357 . . :.ot 28 Block 362 Baker 3.10.
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Lot 37 Block 357 . . t The Lot 1 Block 363 Company 2.26; .
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bfl Lot 3 Block 358 . :. O. H. Schuler i Lot 11, Block 363 . . ;.:; 2.2S
The Clewiston Company . 2.5 . . : :, A. :M. Coleman
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Lot' 358 . . .....' ,The Clewiston Company . 2.5 Lot 13 Block 363 . . \=.:, The Clewiston Company 2.6& ,
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Lot . The Clewiston Company . 2.5 14 Block 363 . . ',:. W. R Griffiths 2.26;;
8 Block 358 . ;:r Lot ,.
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Lot 14 Block 358 . . ):x The Clewiston Company . 3.1C Lot 19 Block 363 .'. . .. The Clewiston Company 2.26

0)tfl Lot 18 Block 358 ... . <; Margaret Lilleburg . . 3.K 20 Block 363 . . .. |j-,:. The Clewiston Company 2.26 '

tn Lot 20 Block 358 ............ The Clewiston Company . 3.1( Lot 21 Block 363 .'. '3* The Clewiston Company/.. '15.70'The ,

Z Lot 21 Block 358 . . ,": Anna J. Kuhlman . . 3.1( Lot 22 Block 363 .. . ; .." A. Toulis Clewiston.' Company.. 2.26:
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Lot 22 Block 358 . . : : L. M. Harding ... . . 3.8( I Lot 1 Block 365 . . v The Clewiston Company 1.98

Lot 24 23 Block 358 . . Anna' J. Kuhlman . . 3.1 I Lot 2 Block 365 . . : *-' The Clewiston Company 1.98

Lot Clewiston Company . 3.8( Block 365 . . ;' The Clewiston Company
Block 358 . . ;.,: The :-ot 3 1.98
Lot Lot 31 28 Block 358 . . ':x' Fred E. Nelson . . . 3.8( :.ot 4 Block 365 . . .*', The Clewiston Company Company .. 1.98.

U Lot 35 .Block 358 ,. . "-,. The Clewiston Company . 2.5 Lot 5 Block 365 . . ... The The Clewiston Clewiston Company . 1.98
The Clewiston Company . 2.5'The 6 Block 365 . . i: .
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Lot 38 Block 358 . . The Lot 8 The Clewiston Company . 1.98
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43 Block 358 . . Hilda Toenberg Lot 11 Block 365 .. : The Clewiston Company . 2.40
The Clewiston Company . 2.54 Lot 12 Block 365 ... . ., 2.40
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o Lot 9 Block 359 . . >, The Clewiston Company :. 2.54Lot Lot 18 Block 365 '. . ; R"; The Clewiston Company . 1.98-

10 Block 359 : . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 Lot 19 Block 365 . . ?\1"':.: The Clewiston Clewiston Company Company . 1.98Lot
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Lot 11 Block 359 . . ;: The 365 . . :' ; The Clewiston Company
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Lot 12 Block 359 . . :.:. The Clewiston Company Lot 22 Block 365 . . ;. The Clewiston Company . 1.98

Lot 13 Block 359 . . ', The Clewiston Company . 2.54 Lot 23 Block 365 . . '; The Clewiston Company . 2.12Lot

Lot 14 Block 359 . . .':',: The Clewiston Company *. 2.5 l Lot 1 Block 366 . . :.t The The Clewiston Clewiston Company Company . 1.98
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Lot 32 Block 359 . . ? The Clewiston Company .ot 19 Block 366 ; . 2.40

J: Lot 33 Block 359 ." . ._ The Clewiston Company . 2.2f _ot 20 Block 366 .. ',' ,, The Clewiston Company . 2.40
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Lot 34 Block 359 . . :.ot 21 Block . 2.40
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Lot 35 Block 359 . .ot 22 '. 1.98
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Lot 36 Block 359 . .ot 6 . 1.98
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Lot 37 Block 359 . . The Clewiston Company .....ot 8 Block 367 .'. . '1. . 2.40

:3tn X5 Lot 38 Block 359 . . ; ,. Clewiston Company . 2.2C; Lot 12 Block,,367 . .. Jhe Clewiston Company . 2.26
The Clewiston Company . 2.26 367 . . :ne Clewiston Company
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Lot 39 Block . 2.2f Flank E. Miller .'. . . 2.26
Clewiston Company . .
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41 Block ")$59 . . The--- Clewiston- Company . 2.26 Lot 21 Block 367 . . ;1';' The Clewiston Company . 2.26
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Lot Lot 4 3 Block 360 . ... The Clewis ton Company ......___. 2.2C 4 :'Block 368 . . .;-.;':- The Clewiston Company .. . 2.26 .

Lot 5 Block 360 . . The Clewiston Company mm___. 2.2C Lot 5 jBlock 368 . .::. : The Clewiston Company . 2.26Lot

Lot 6 Block 360 . . The Clewiston Company......... 2.2C Lot 6 ;:Block 368 . . -: The Clewiston Company .:. 2.26

Lot 7 Block 360 . . The Clewiston Company ..--...... 2.2G 1 7 Block 368 . . :-'"' The Clewiston Company . 2.26

Lot 8 Block 360 . . '. The Clewiston, Company ...-...... 2.26 Lot 8 :Block 3G8 . . -. : .f...: The Clewiston Clewiston Company Company . 2.26 -

Lot 9 Block 360 . . .. The Clewiston Company .......... 2.26 Lot 9 ,Block 368 . . :. ;; The Clewiston Company . 2.26
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Lot 10 Block 360 . . The Clewiston Company .......--. 2.26 Lot 10 Block 368 . . ; The Clewiston Company . 2.82

Lot 11 Block 360 . . The Clewiston Company .......... 2.26( ,Lot 12 Block 368 . : '.' . 2.82Lot

Lot 12 Block 360 . . The Clewiston Company ......---. 2.26( Lot 13 Block 368 . . ,:'i..;;'.:. The The Clewiston Clewiston Company Company . ., 2.26

Lot 13 Block 360 . . The Clewiston Company......... 2.26 14 Block ,,368 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26

Lot 14 Block 360 . . !The Clewiston Company .......... 2.26 Lot 15 Block 368 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26

Lot 15 Block 360 . . Lot 16 Block 368 . . . 2.26
The Clewiston Company .......... 2.26 The Clewiston Company .
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22 Block 360 . . I The Clewiston Company Lot 23 Block 368 . . The Clewiston Company .
Lot . 2.54 . 2.68Lot
23 Block 360 . . The Clewiston! Company 24 Block 368 . . ; The Clewiston 'Company
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24 Block 360 ... . The Clewiston Company Block 369 . . The Clewiston Company
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Block 360 . : . J. W. Traeger
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Lot 27 The Clewiston Company . 2.26 Lot 3 Block 369 . . 2.40Lot
The Clewiston Company
Lots 28, 29 Block 360 . 2.26 5 Block 369 . . i
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360 The Roy Green . . . .
Lots 30, 31 Block The Clewiston Company . 2.26 6 Block 369 . . . 2.40Lot
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Lots The Clewiston Company .. 2.26 . 2.40Lot
34 35 Block 360 . . The Clewiston Company
Lots The Clewiston Company . 1-28 9 Block 369 . 18.50Lot
lt . The Clewiston Company
Lot 36 Block 360 The Clewiston Company . 2.26 10 Block 369 . . . 3.10
38 39 Block 360 12 Block 369 . . The Clewiston Company
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Lot 2 Block 361 . . The Clewiston Company 2.51: Lot 17 Block 369 . . Mrs. Charlotte E. Dorn .. .... 3.10

Block 361 . . ; Block 369 The Clewiston CompanyCompany .
Lot W. H. Bryan . . . 2.54 Lots 18t 19 3.10j
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"Lots 22 23 Block 369 The Clewiston Company . 3.10
13 Block 377 . . Mrs. Esther H. Hogben . 2.82l.ot
Lot 24 Block 369 . . L. M. Harding . . "',' 3.10 37f -
i 14 Block . . Mrs. Esther H. Hogben . 2.82Lots

j Lot 25 Block 369 . . Guy Pearl . . . . 3.10 17, 13 Block 377 The Clewiston Company . 3.10Lots

Lot 26 Block 369 . . L. M. Harding . . . 3.10 19, 20 Block 377 The Clewiston Company . 3.10Lot --

Lots 27, 28 Block 369 The Clewiston Company . 3.10 21 Block 377 . . F. E. Nelson . . . 2.82Lot \. '.

SLots 29, 30 Block 369 The Clewiston Company . 3.10 24 Block 377 . . The Clewiston Company.. 2.82Lol

Lots 31, 32 Block 369 The Clewiston Company . 3.10 25 Blcck 377 The Clewiston Company : 2.8,

Lot 34 Block 369 . . Elmer G. Case . . . 3.10 Lot 26 Block 377 . . The Clewiston Company 2.82Lot

;- Lot 35 Block 369 . . Elmer G. Case . . . 3.10 27 Block 377 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.82Lots

I r-JI? Lot 36 Block 369 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.80 28 29, 30 Block 377 The Clewiston Company . 4.50Lot

'I' Lot 1 Block 370 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 31 Block 377 . . G. C. Voss . . . : 1.70Lot

S I Lot 2 Block 370 . . The Clewiston Company . .25.50 32 Block 377 . . Mrs. Mary E. Moon . . 1.70Lot

Lot 3 Block 370 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 33 Block 377 . . :Mrs. Mary E. Moon ... . . 1.70

r ., Lot 4 Block 370 .'. . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 Lot 34 Block 377 . . A. V. Bristow . . . 1.70Lot

I Lot 5 Block 370 . . :' The Clewiston Company . 2.26 35 Block 377 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70Lot

f Lot 6 Block 370 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 1 Block 378 . . The Clewiston Company 3.10

r Lot 7 Block 370 . . ;; The Clewiston Company . 2.26 Lot 2 Block 378 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26Lot -;,,

Lot 'Block' 370 . . ;'.' The Clewiston Company . 2.26 3 Block 378 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26

i Lot 9 Block 370 . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 Lot 4 Block 378 . The Clewiston Company . 2.26Lot

I Lot 10 Block 370 . !. The Clewiston! Company . 2.26 5 Block' 378 . . / The Clewiston Company 2.26Lot

Lot 11 Block 370 . -:l The Clewiston Company . 2.26 6 Block 378 . . : The Clewiston Company . 2.26Lot

Lot 12 Block 370 . ',,' ". The Clewiston Company . 2.26 7 Block 378 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26Lot

Lot 18 Block 370. . Bertha A. Taylor . . . 2.40 8 Block 378 . . .. The Clewiston Company . 2.68Lot

\ Lots 23, 24 Block. 370 The Clewiston Company ... 3.10 9 Block 378 . . The Clewiston Company . 7.30T"ot

Lots 25, 26 Block 370 The Clewiston Company . 3.10 10 Block 378 . . ', The Clewiston Company . 5.90r

Lots 27, 28 Block 370 The Clewiston Company . 3.10 .ot 11 Block 378Lot . .' .J. The Clewiston Company . 5.90

Lots 29, 30 Block 370 The Clewiston Company . 3.10. 12 Block 378 . .". The Clewiston Company . 5.90Lot

Lots 31, 32 Block 370 .' .' The Clewiston Company . 3.10 13 Block 378 . The Clewiston Company . 5.90

Lots 33, 34 Block 370 The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot ,14 Block 378 . ;. Sarah F. Feuchtinger . . 5.90Lot

Lots 35 36, 37 Block 370 The Clewiston Company . 4.50 15 Block 378 . ."" Eugene Feuchtinger . . 5.90Lot

I Lot 39 Block 370 . . The Clewiston Company : 3.80 16 Block 378 . -.. The Clewiston Company : . 5.90T..ot

/ Lot 2 Block 371 . <: The Clewiston Company . 1.98 17 Block 378 . . ____ Agnes Bitzer . . . . 5.90Lot

Lot 3 Block 371 . . \" The Clewiston Company 1.98 19 Block 378 . . :," W. R. Hay . . . . 22.70T..ot

Lot 4 Block 371 . : ; .,:.:.:". The Clewiston Company . 1.98 20 Block 378 . . Frank Richmann . . 22.70

Lot 5 Block 371 . . Dr. R. L. Alsacker . . 1.98 Lot 21 Block 378 . . .it, The Clewiston Company . 5.90f..ot

Lot 6 Block 371 . '.;: Dr. R. L. Alsacker . . 1.98 22 Block 378Lot . . The Clewiston Company . 590

Lot 7 Block 371 . . ;. .-J,.;: The Clewiston Company . 1.98 23 Block 378 . ... The Clewiston Company . 5.PO

Lot 8 Block 371 '. . . ,," The Clewiston Company . 1.98 Lot 24 Block 378 . .' The Clewiston Company . 8.70ot

[ Lot 9 Block 371 . . ; ..: :,-:' The Clewiston! Company 1.98 T. 1 Block 379 . . .. '. The Clewiston Company . 2.".t ,,
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Lot 10 Block 371 . The Clewiston Company . 1.98 'Lot 2 Block 379 . . The Clewiston Company . : 1.98

Lot 11. Block 371 ." . -. The Clewiston Company . 1.9f' Lot 3 Block 379 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98 c

F .. Lot 12 Block 371 . The Clewiston Company . 1,98 Lot 4 Block 379Lot .. . The Clewiston Company . IJ\R or c

Lot 14 Block 371 . . .. .. The Clewiston Company . 2.40Lot 5 Block 379 . .J The Clewiston Company . 1.98

15 Block 371 . . / The Clewiston Company . 1.98 Lot 6 Block 379 . . .' The Clewiston Company . 1.98 =
I Lot 16 Block 371 . . ... The Clewiston . 1.98
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:Lot 19 Block 371 . . The Clewiston 1.98 .
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:Lot 20 Block 371 . . ..:.t, The Clewiston Company . ,1.98 Lot 11 Block 379Lot . ".'. The Clewiston Company . 1.84 o
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Lot 21 Block 371 . . .: The Clewiston Company . 1.98 12 Block 379 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.84. Q.

Lot 22 Block 371 . . ..'J The Clewiston Company . 1.98 Lot 13 Block 379 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.84

.i Lot 23 Block 371 . . .' -::: The Clewiston Company1.98 Lot '14 Block ..379Lot . :., The Clewiston Company . 1.84

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Lot 25 Block 371 . . The Clewiston . 1.98 o
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Lot 26 Block 371 . . ,. The . '.
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Lot 1 Block 372 . . .' :-:r- The Clewiston Company . 2.40 Lot 2 Block 380 . The Clewiston Company . 1.70

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Lot 3 Block 372 . The Clewiston . 1.98 .'
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Lot 4 Block 372 . . Clewiston . 1.98
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Lot 5 Block 372 . . 7" Clewiston . 1.9? '
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Lot 6 Block 372 . . .: : The Clewiston . 1,98 CD
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Lot 7 Block 372 . . :. The Clewiston . 1.9 d.
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Lot 8 Block 372 . . '. The Clewiston . 1.9
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Lot 9 Block 372 . . ;- The Clewiston Company.. 1.9E .'. x
Lot 10 Block 380 . : The Clewiston Company ., . 1.98T..Ot.
Lot 10 Block 372 .. . The Clewiston . 1.98 O
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11 Block 380 . . ;.' The Clewiston Company ,. . 1.98T.ot
Lot 11 Block 372 . . '.
The Clewiston Company . 1.98 '
12 Block 380 . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 12 Block 372 .:; .. The Clewiston Company 1.98 "...0t.1 Block 380 . . -.> The Clewiston Company ,. . 1.98
Lot 13 Block 372 The Clewiston . 2.40 .
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15 Block 380 The Clewiston Company . 1.98
;' Lot 18 Block 372 . . ..: : The Clewiston Company . 1.98 r+
Lot 16 Block 380 . < The Clewiston Company . 2.54
,i' Lot 19 Block 372 . . \ ; The Clewiston Company :. 1.98
: Lot 3 Block 381Lot . .. Elmer A. Erickson . ,. . 1.70
:... Lot 20 Block 372 . . .-. The Clewiston Company . 1.9E 4 Block 381 .b'. . ." Otto H. Schuler . . ,. .. 1.98 O

Lot 21 Block 372 . . :. '.:.'. The Clewiston Company . 1.98 Lot 5 Block 381 . . .-...- S. M. Paulson . . ,. . 1.98

Lot 22 Block 372 . .. ;' The Clewiston Company . 1.9 Lot. 8 Block 381 . . ... The Clewiston Company . 2.12r"ot ::r.

Lot 23 Block 372 .. . '../ The Clewiston Company . 1.9 9 Block 381' . . '. The Clewiston Company . 2.12

Lot 24 Block 372 . . ; The Clewiston Company . 1.9 Lot 10 Block 381 . . .,,< '.' The Clewiston! Company . 1.70TJot .hY fDCD'

Lot 25 Block 372 . . ':. .:' : '. The Clewiston Company . 1.9: 12 Block 381 . . !, The Clewiston Company . 1.70r.ot

Lot 26 Block 372 . ; c': The Clewtston Company ., 2.4C 13 Block 381Lot . The Clewiston Company . 1.70

Lot 1 Block 374 . .. ': l The Clewiston Company . ,,1.9E' 16 Block 381 . . : The Clewiston Company ,. . 2.40

Lot 3 Block 374 . . '' ... The Clewiston Company . 1.7f Lot 1 Block 382 . . The Clewiston Company ,,. . 1.98Lot '

Lot Block 374 . . ,' .: The Clewiston Company . 1.70 2 Block 382 . : The Clewiston Company ,. . 1.70 O

:Lot 9 Block 374 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.9 Lot 3 Block 382 . . The Clewiston Company 1.70 -

Lot 10 Block 374 . ; d The Clewiston Company . 2.40 Lot 4 Block 382 . . The Clewiston Company.. 1.70 ...

I i ,h; Lot 11 Block 374 . : The Clewiston Company . 1.9 Lot 5 Block 382Lot . . ,'." The Clewiston Company . 1.70 .

I" Lot 12 Block 374 . . H. C. Avant .1. . . . 14.30 6 Block 382 . . -. The Clewiston: Company . 1.70 _

Lot 13 Block 374, . .- ". The Clewiston Company. . 2.4C Lot 7 Block 382 . . f:: The Clewiston! Company . 1.70 wt

Lot 14 Block 374 . ,.. :; '., The Clewiston Company. . 1.9 Lot 8 Block 382 ... .'j 1 The Clewiston Company . 1.70

Lot 15 Block 374 . :. .'.: The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 9 Block 382 '. ... . ., '. The Clewiston Company . 1.70

Lot 16 Block 374 . . .. The Clewiston Company ,1.70 Lot 10 Block 382 . : The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Cflft

Lot 17 Block 374 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 11 Block 382 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70

Lot 18 Block 374 . . ,._' The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 12 Block' 382 . . >. ':". The Clewiston Company . 1.70 2 .

\. Lot 19 Block 374 . . ., The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 13 Block 382 . . ,-; The Clewiston Company . 1.70

Lot 20 Block 374 . . '., .. The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot. 14 Block 382 . .. The Clewiston Company . 2.26 >

;, Lot 21 Block 374 .'. .... The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 15 Block 382 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 -

Lot 22 Block 374 . ... The Clewiston Company . 1.9C Lot 16 Block 382 . : The Clewiston Company . 1.70

Lot 1 Block 375 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.9 Lot 17 Block 382 :. . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 r0
Lot 2 Block 375 . . .
The Clewiston Company . 1.70The .
0 18 Block 382 . : The Clewiston Company . 1.70
Lot 3 Block'375 . . ., Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot '19 Block 382 . . Ella S. Swanfelt .................... 1.70 tfl
Lot 4 Block 375 . . f
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Lot 5 Block 375 . . .
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Lot 6 Block 375 . '
The Clewiston . 1.70 '
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.ot. 22 Block 382 . The Clewiston Company . 1.70
Lot 7 Block 375 . . .
The Clewiston Company . 1.70The .
.' : Lot 23 Block 382 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70
Lot 8 Block 375 . . '
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Lot 9 Block 375 . . Zt
The Clewiston Company . 1.70 '
Lot 25 Block 382 . . The Clewiston Company :; 1.70
Lot 10 Block 375 . . ; :
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Company Lot 26 Block 382 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 -
Lot 11 Block 375 . :
... The Clewiston Company . 1.7f Lot 27 Block 382 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 '
Lot 12 Block 375 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.9 (
Lot 28 Block 382 .. . : 1.98
.. The Clewiston Company i.
Lot 13 Block 375 . . :
(" The Clewiston Company 2.20' Lot. ,1 Block 383 . . .' The Clewiston Company . 1.98 CDo
Lot 14 Block 375 . . ,
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Lot 15 Block 375 . ,
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Lot 16 Block 375 . : > '
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Lot 17 Block 375 . .
.' :' The Clewiston Company . 1.84 LotLot 5 Block 383 . . .: \. The Clewiston Company . 1.7P
Lot 18 Block 375 . . : CD
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Lot 19 Block 375 . '. . .
The Clewiston . 1.8
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Lot ZU Block 375 . . '
..... The Clewiston Company . 1.8'Lot 8 Block 383 . . '.' The Clewiston Company . 1.7fThe
21 Block 375 . .
,. The Clewiston Company . 1.8'Lot :Lot 9 Block 383 . . Clewiston Company . 1.7C
22 Block 375 . .
... The Clewiston Company . 1.8 Lot 10 Block 383 . . C. E. Stedman . . . 1.70
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\ '. .: The Clewiston Company . 1.8' Lot 11 Block 383 . . ; C. E. Stedman . ; . 1.70 I
Lot 24 Block 375 . :
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Lot 1 Block 376 . . .' .
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Lot 2 Block 376 . . '
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: Lot 6 Block 376 . . The Clewiston Company Lot 18 Block 383 . . .": The Clewiston Company . 1.8'
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Lot 7 Block 376 . . -"'. The Clewiston Company 'ot 19 Block 383 . The Clewiston Company . 1.8'
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Lot 8 Block 376 . . .
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Lot 10 Block 376 . . .. The Clewiston Company Lot 25"Block 383 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.8
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Lot 11 Block 376 . '. The Clewiston Company 'Lot 26 Block 383 . . : The Clewiston Company . 1.84
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Lot 12 Block 376 . The Clewiston Company Lot 27 Block 383 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.8'
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Lot 16 Block 376 . . '. The Clewiston Company . 1.7C Lot 3 Block 384 . . ;", The Clewiston Company . 1.8. \
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Lot 17 Block 376 . . .., The Clewiston Company 1.7f Lot 4 Block 384 . ." The Clewiston Company : 1.84 .

Lot 18 Block 376 . . .... The Clewiston Company . 1.7 Lot 5 Block 384 . . { The Clewiston Company .., 1.84 .

Lot 19 Block 376 ,. . The Clewiston Company . 1.7f Lot 6 Block 384 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.8 j

Lot 20 Block 376 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 7 Block 384 . . :' The Clewiston Company . 1.84

Lot 21 Block 76 . The Clewiston Company . 1.7f Lot 8 Block 384 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.8

Lot 22 Block 376 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.7f Lot 9 Block 384 4'0. . The Clewiston Company . 1.84

Lot 23 Block 376 . . ., The Clewiston Company . 1.7f Lot 10 Block 384 . . ,. The Clewiston Company . 1.84

Lot 24 Block 376 . ... The Clewiston Company . .. 1.7f Lot 11 Block 384 . The Clewiston Company . 1.84
Lot 1 Block 377 . . L The Clewiston Company . 1.9? Lot 12 Block 384 . ...:: The Clewiston Company . 1.84

Lot .2 Block 377 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.6 Lot 13 Block 384 . . The Clewiston Company 1.84

Lot 3 Block 377 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.2 Lot 14 Block 384 .'. . The Clewiston Company . ., 2.54
The Clewiston Company 2.20Lot ( 384 . 2.26
4 Block 377 Lot 15 Block ,;' The Clewiston Company .. :
The Clewiston Company 2.2 Lot 16 Block 384 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.84

Lot 5 Block 377 . . ;: The Clewiston Company . 2.2 Lot 17 Block 384 . .- The Clewiston Company 1.84

Lot 6 Block 377 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.20 Lot. 18 Block 384 . The Clewiston Company . 1.84

., Lot 7 Block 377 . . Lot 19 Block 384 . The Clewiston Company . 1.84
y The Clewiston Company . 2.26 Lot 20 Block 384 :: The Cle"riston Company . 1.84
4lx Lc.t 8 Block 377 . . .
The Clewiston Company 2.2f Lot 21 Block 384 . . The Clewiston Company .." 1.84

Lot 9 Block 377 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 Lot 22 Block 384 . The Clewiston Company . 1.84
: Lot 11 Block 377 :'.
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Lot 24 Block 384 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.84 Lot 8 Block 395 '. . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70

384 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.84 Lot 9 Block 395 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70
Lot 25 Block . The Clewiston Company . 1.42
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384 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.81 Lot 10 Block
Lot 26 Block . The Clewiston . 1.42
395 Company
384 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.84 Lot 11 Block
27 Block
Lot . The Clewiston . 1.42
395 . Company
384 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.84 Lot 12 Block
Lot 28 Block
. . The Clewiston Company . 2.82Lot Lot 13 Block 395 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42
Lot 29 Block 384 . The Clewiston Company . 2.26' Lot 14 Block 395 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42
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1 Block 385 . The Clewiston . 1.42
The Clewiston . 2.26 Lot 15 Block 395 . Company
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Lot 2 Block 385 . . . 2.26Lot Lot 16 Block 395 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
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Lot 3 Block 385 . . The Clewiston . --
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4 Block 385 . The Clewiston Company . 2.2C Lot 3 Block 396 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42
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Lot 5 Block 385 . Clewiston . 2.26Lot Lot 4 Block 396 ; . The Clewiston Company . 1.42
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Lot 6 Block 385 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 Lot 5 Block 396 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

7 Block 385 . . Clewiston . 2.2P lot 6 Block 396 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42
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Lot 8 Block 385 . . . 2.2r Lot 7 Block 396 . ., The Clcwiston Company . 1.42Lot
The Clewiston Company
Lot 9 Block 385 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 8 Block 396 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70
Lot 10 Block 385 . . The Clewiston . .
The Clewiston Company . 2.2r Lot 9 Block 396 . Company 1.70
Lot 11 Block 385 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.1f Jot 10 Block 396 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 12 Block 385 . . Mrs. L. O. Holsworth & . 5.9C Lot 11 Block 396 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42:
Lot 13 Block 385 . . jot 12 Block 396 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42
Robert J. Olsen . . . 5.9C
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Lot 14 Block 385 The Clewiston . 1.42.ot
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Lot 15 Block 385 The Clewiston Company . 5.9f< 14 Block 396 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42
Lot 16 Block 385 . . The Clewiston Company . 5.9C i.ot 15 Block 396. . The Clewiston Company . 1.42
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Lot 18 Block 385 The Clewiston Company. . 5.90 Lot 1 Block 397 . . The Clewiston Company . 4.50
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Lot 20 Block ; '" The Clewiston Company . 5.9C Lot 3 Block 397. . . The Clewiston Company . 3.10
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Lot 26 Block 385 : '.ot:1: Block 398 . . The Clewiston Company . 7.30mot
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Lot Block 399 .
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Lot .45,Block 385 . . The Clewiston Company
Lot 15 Block 399 . . The Clewiston Company . 4.50
Lot 46,Block 385 . . t: The Clewiston Company . .' 2.2f
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Lot 1-A Block 386 . . ;,; Tlie Clewiston Company . 8.7f
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.ot 8 Block 399 . .Company
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386 . . The Clewiston Company . 5.9f
Lot .C Block ,:-':< Lot!J10' Block 399 . . The Clewiston Company . 4.50
3o Lot D Block 386 . . ..; '::;. The Clewiston Company . 5.9C
:.ot 111 Block 399. . The Clewiston Company . 4.50
Lot '''E Block 386 . . < The Clewiston Company . 5.9
: Lot' Block 39!$:) . . The Clewiston Company . 5.34
Lot F Block 386 . . ..j;: The Clewiston Company . 5.9C \
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Lot 12 Block 400 .
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Lot H Block 386 . . :: .The Clewiston Company
The Clewiston . 3.10
Lot'3 Block, 400 . . Company ,
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Lot I Block 386 . ., _; The Clewiston Company
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Lot/4 Block 400 . :. Company
Lot J Block 386 . . .. The Clewiston Company . 7.3
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Lot:2 Block 386 . . The Clewiston Company . 4.5 5 Block
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of Lot 2 Block 389 ...ot' 10 Block 400 . . :. The Clewiston Company . 3.10Lot

'H' Part N of S Line of Arco 11 Block 400 . . :' The Clewiston Company . 3.10

cd St.'Extended Exc..Parcel80'x260' <. The Clewiston Company ......... 4.403.1C Lot'12 Block 400 . . .0 The Clewiston Company . 3.80
!:: .--'- Lot 5 Block 390 Lot',.1 Block 401 . . 1 The Clewiston Company . 1.70
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N. of R.R. Lot 5 Block 390 The Company Lot' 2 Block 401 . . ). The Clewiston Company . 1.42
.+., Lot 1 Block 391 . ... The Clewiston Company' . 3.80 LotS Block 401 . . ::.1 The Clewiston Company . 1.42

c Lot'' 2 Block 391 . . .'_'. The Clewiston Company .'. 3.10Lot'3 Lot'4 Block 401 . . .?H The Clewiston Company . 1.42
Block 391 . . .: The Clewiston Company . &.52 '
Lot: 5 Block 401 . . :" The Clewiston Company . 1.42

boo Lot' 4 Block 391 . . : The Clewiston Company' . 3.8C Lot,6 Block 401 . . ,'. The Clewiston Company . 1.42
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Lot 5 Block 391 . . \d-. The Clewiston Company . 3.8C Lot 7 Block 401 . . : The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot' 6"Block 391 . . :_. The Clewiston Company . 3.80 Lot 8 Block 401 . . .. The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot' 7 Block 391 . . .. The Clewiston Company . 3.80 Lot: 9 Block 401 . . F The Clewiston Company . 1.42

0 .. Lot 8 Block 391 . . '. The Clewiston Company . 3.80Lot Lot 10 Block 401 . . The Clewiston ,Company . 1.42

9 Block 391 . . The Clewiston Company ". . 3.8C Lot 11 Block 401 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

H Lot' 10 Block 391 . . ..I"' The Clewiston Company . 3.80 Lot 12 Block 401 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70
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E- Lot 11 Block 391 . . .f' The Clewiston Company . 3.80Lot Lot 13 Block 401 . .'. The Clewiston Company . 1.70

< 12 Block 391 . ..: 0 The Clewiston Company' . 3.80 Lot 14 Block 401 . . ?r "5: ; The Clewiston Company . ,1.42The

Lot ,13 Block 391 . . .
Lot 14 Block 391 . . : The Clewiston Company . 5.20Lot 16 Block 401, . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

1 Block 393 . . .' The Clewiston Company . 3.80 Lot 17 Block 401 . . .r The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 2 Block 392 . . ,'.. : The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot, 18 Block 401 . . ?:- The Clewiston Company . 1.42Lot
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= Lot 3 'Block 392 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.10Lot 19 Block 401 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Block' 392 . . ; :(: The Clewiston Company . 3.1f3.1C Lot 20 Block 401 . . "1: The Clewiston Company . 1.42 ,

Lot 5 Block 392 . . .. The Clewiston Company . Lot 21 Block 401 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 '

Lot 6 Block 392 . . :',.' The Clewiston Company . 3.1C Lot 22 Block 401 . . :."..' The Clewiston Company . 1.42
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30 Lot 7'Block 392 . . l The Clewiston Company . 3.1C Lot 23 Block 401 . ; . .. The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot Block 39<2 . . } ; The: Clewiston! Company 3.1C Lot 24 Block 401 .. . ::v;::: The Clewiston Company . 1.70

Lot 9 Block 392 . . ... The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot 1 Block 402 . . : The Clewiston Company . 1.70

Lot 10 Block 392 . . :,' The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot 2 Block 402 .;. . : The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 11 Block 392 . . .>- The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot 3 Block 402 . . ; '- The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 12 Block 392 . . ,; The Clewiston Company . 3.1f Lot 4 Block 402 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 13 Block 392 . . ': The Clewiston Company . 3.1C Lot 5 Block 402 . . ;: : -' The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 14 Block 392 . . ; The Clewiston Company . 4.5< Lot 6 Block 402 .-. . .., The Clewiston Company . 1.42Lot

r/J"'d Lot 1 Block 393 . . "' .,.,.:' The Clewiston Company . 1.1 7 Block 402 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 2 Block 393 . . ':. The Clewiston Company . 1.4 Lot 8 Block 402 . . ,t, The Clewiston Company . 1.42

.. Lot 3 Block 393 . . :. The Clewiston Company . 1.4 Lot Block 402 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 4 Block 393 . . ,., :: The Clewiston Company . i.4r Lot 10 Block 402 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

8 Lot 5 Block 393 . .'. e. The Clewiston Company . i.4r Lot 11 Block 402 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 6 Block 393 . . J' f< The Clewiston Company . 1.4 Lot 12 Block 402 . . ::;:' The Clewiston Company . 1.70

Lot 7 Block 393 ... . ;., The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 13 Block 402 . . i. The Clewiston Company . 1.70

: J Lot 8 Block 393 . . '-1-- The Clewiston Company . 1.4 lot 14 Block 402 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 9 Block 393 . . :.""" '. The Clewiston Company . 1.45 lot 15 Block 402 . . The Clewiston Company ., 1.42

Lot 10 Block 393 . . .:;0.. The Clewiston Company . 1.42 :Lot 16 Block 402 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 11 Block 393 . . ;..-. ,. The Clewiston Company . '1.4r Lot 17 Block 402 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

! I Lot 12 Block 393 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.4 Lot 18 Block 402 . . ': The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Q- Lot 13 Block 393 . . r The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 19 Block 402 . . ,....,. The Clewiston Company . 1.42

I Lot 14 Block 393 . . -. :.... The Clewiston Company ; 1.42 Lot 20 Block 402 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

: Lot 15 Block 393 . . .\. The Clewiston Company . 1.45 Lot 21 Block 402 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

\ Lot 16 Block 393 . . .; The Clewiston Company . '1.4 Lot 22 .Block 402 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

JSH Lot 17 Block 393 . . : The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 23 ,Block 402 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 18 Block 393 . . :, The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 24 Block: 402 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70

Lot 19 Block 393 . . :, The Clewiston Company .-. 1.4 Lot 1 Block 403. . . ..' The Clewiston Company . 1.70

Lot 20 Block 393 . . '..; The Clewis ton Company . 1.42 Lot 2 Block 403 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42Lot

Lot 21 Block 393 .,. . :;,." The Clewiston Company '.' 1.42 3 Block 403 . . _.' The Clewiston Company . 1.42

'- Lot, 22 Block 393 . . !, The Clewiston Company ,. . 1.42 Lot 5 Block 403 '. . . The Clewiston Company .,. 1.42

Lot 23 Block 393 . . ; The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 6 Block 403 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 24 Block 393 . . .' The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 7' Block 403 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 ,

0W Lot 25 Block 393 . . ";" The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 8 Block 403 . . The Clewiston Company. . 1.42 -.

Lot 26 Block 393 . . ..' ..-: .. The Clewiston Company . 1.47 Lot 9'' Block 403 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42Lot

Lot 27 Block 393 . . ,.t",: The Clewiston Company . 1.4: 10 Block 403 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 28 Block 393 . . ;, The Clewiston Company :. 1.7f Lot 11 Block 403 . . ., The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 1 Block 394 . :.. The Clewiston Company . 1.7P Lot 12 Block 403 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42Lot

Lot 2 Block 394 . . !. : The Clewiston Company . 1.47 13 Block 403 . . ". The Clewiston Company . 1.70

Lot 3 Block 394 . . ". The Clewiston Company u .'. 1.42 Lot 14 Block 403 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70

Lot 4 Block 394 . . .r.: The Clewiston Company . 1.42Lot Lot 15 Block 403 . . W. E. Chenet . . . 1.70

5 Block 394 . . ,... The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 16 Block 403 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 6 Block 394 . . ; The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 17 Block 403 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 7 Block 394 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42Lot Lot 18 Block.403 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

8 Block 394 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 19 Block 403 . . :' : The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 9 Block 394 . . ::." The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 20 Block 403 . . -'j..;"' The Clewiston Company . .. 1.42

Lot 10 Block 394 . . '" The Clewiston Company . 1.47 Lot 21 Block 403 . . 1/ The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 11 Block 394 . :. ,:'.- The Clewiston Company . 1,4,7 Lot 22 Block 403 . . -': The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 12 Block 394 . .. ;: The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 23 Block 403 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 13 Block 394 . . : r. The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 24 Block 403 . . The Clewiston Company _1.42

Lot 14 Block 394 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98 Lot 25 Block 403 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 15 Block 394 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98? Lot 26 Block 403 . :. The Clewiston Company . 1.70Lot

Lot 16 Block 394 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 1 Block 404 . . '_ The Clewiston Company . 1.70

Lot 17 Block 394 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 2 Block 404 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 18 Block 394 ... . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 3 Block 404 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42Lot

Lot 19 Block 394 . .. The Clewiston Company . 1.42 4 Block 404 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 20 Block 394 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 5 Block 401 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 21 Block 394 .-. . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 6 Block 404 . . The Clewiston! Company . 1.42

Lot 22 Block 394 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 7 Block 404 . . ( The Clewiston Company . 1.42

Lot 23 Block 394 . .. The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 8 Block 404 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 I
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Company .
Lot 24 Block 394 .. Lot 9 Block 404 . . The Clewiston Company
Lot 25 Block 394 . . The Clewiston Company :. 1.42 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42
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Lot 26 Block 394 . .. The Clewiston Company . 1.42 11 Block 401Lot . . The Clewiston! Company . ..42
Lot 27 Block 394 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 .- The Clewiston Company . 1-42
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12 Block
Lot 28 Block 394 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 The Clewiston Company. . 1.70
Lot 13 Block 404 . .
Lot 1 Block 395 . . .' The Clewiston Company . 1.9S The Clewiston Company . 1.70
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Lot 14 Block 404 .
Lot 2 Block 395 . . The Clewiston Company ,. . 1.42 The Clewiston Company . 1.42
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Lot 15 Block 404 .
Lot 3 Block 395 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 16 Block 404 . . The Clewiston Company . ..42
. The Clewiston Company . 1.42 . 1.42
Lot 4 Block 395 . 404 . . The Clewiston Company
Lot 17 Block
Lot 5 Block 395 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42.1 Lot 18 Block 404 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42
Lot 6 Block 395 . .., The Clewiston Company ,' 1.42 The Clewiston . 1.42rAGB
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Lot 7 Block 395 . . ,. Ihe Clewiston Company . 1.42 I c.o7Y



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a Lot 20 Block 404 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot -i Block 415 . . : The Clewis ton Company . ., 2.54
Lot 21 Block 404 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 5 Block 415 . . The Clewiston Company .: 2.54
Lot 22 Block 404 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 6 Block 415 . . The Clcwiston Company . 2.54Lot
Lot 23 Block 404 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 7 Block 415 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54
Lot 24 Block 404 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 8 Block 415 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54
I Lot 25 Block 404 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 11 Block 415 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26
I Lot 26 Block 404 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 12 Bleck 415 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26
Lot 1 Block 405 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.80 Lot 13 Block 415 . : The Clewiston Company . 2.26 I .
I Lot 2 Block 405 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot 14 Block 415 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
J Lot 3 Block 405 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot 15 Block 415 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
.f'If', Lot 4 Block 405 . . The Clewiston Company t. 3.10 Lot 16 Block 415 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
'j I U. Lot 5 Block 405 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot 17 Block 415 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 6 Block 405 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot 18 Block 415 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
j Lot 7 Block 405 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot 19 Block 415 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
I Lot 8 Block 405 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot 20 Block 415 . . The Clewiston Company . r 1.98
Lot 9 Block 405 . . -. The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot 21 Block 415 . . The Clewis ton Company . 1.98
The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot 22 Block 415 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 10 Block 405 . .
Lot 23 Block 415 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
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l 1 Lot 12 Block 405 . . John W. Meyers 3.10
Lot 24 Block 415 . . The Clewis ton Company .. 1.98
Lot 13 Block 405 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.80 Lot 25 Block 415 . . The Clewis ton Company . 1.98
Lot 1 Block 406 . . The Clewiston Company . 5.34 Lot 26 Block 415 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 2 Block 406 . . The Clewiston Company . 4.50 Lot 27 Block 415 . .e. The Clewiston Company . 2.40 '"
Lot 3 Block 406 . .' The Clewiston Company . 4.50 Lots i 28-29 Block 415 The Clewiston Company . 3.10
Lot 4 Block 406 . .<. The Clewiston Company . 4.50 Lots; 30-31 Block 415 The Clewis ton Company . 2.54
Lot 5 Block 406 . . The Clewiston Company . 4.50 Lots 32-33 Block 415 The Clewis ton Company . 2.54
Lot 6 Block: 406 . . The Clewiston Company . 4.50 Lots 34-35 Block 415 The Clewiston Company .t. 2.5-1
Lot 7 Block 406 . . The Clewiston Company '. 4.50 Lots) 36-37 Block 415 The Clewiston Company . 2.54
Lot 8 Block 406 . . The Clewiston Company . 4.50 Lots; 38-39 Block 415 The Clewiston Company . 2.54
Lot 9 Block 406 . . The Clewiston Company . 4.50 Lot 110 Block 415 . . L. M. Harding . ... . 1.98
Lot 10 Block 406 . . The Clewiston Company . 4.50 Lots; 41-42-43 Block 415. The Clewiston Company . 3.80
Lot 11 Block 406 . . The Clewiston Company . 4.50
Lot 12 Block 406 .'. . The Clewiston Company . 4.50 Lot f Block 416 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.40

I Lot 13 Block 406 . . The Clewiston Company . 5.90 Lot 2 Block 416 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
I Lots 1-2-3 Block 407 The Clewiston Company . 35.30 Lot 3 Block 416 . . !' The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 4 Block 407 . . The Clewiston Company . 5.20 Lot 4. Block 416 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 5 Block 407 . . The Clewiston Company . 5.20 Lot 5 Block 416 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 6 Block 407 . . The Clewiston Company . 5.20 Lot 6 Block 416 . . The Clewis ton Company . 1.98
Lot 7 Block 407 . . The Clewiston Company . 5.20 Lot 7 Block 416 . . -- The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 8 Block 407 . . The Clewiston Company . 5.20 Lot 8 Block ,416 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98

Lot 9 Block 407 . . The Clewiston Company . 5.20 I, Lot 9 Block 416 . . : The Clewiston Company . 1.98 I I "
Lot 10 Block 407 . . The Clewiston Company . 5.20 i Lot: 10 Block 416 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98 0GP t.FJ
Lot 11 Block 407 . . The Clewiston Company . 5.20 I Lot: 11 Block 416 . . The Clewiston Company,. 1.98 e '
,, Lot 12 Block 407 . . The Clewiston Company . 10.10 I Lot 12 Block 416 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 1 Block 408 .'. . The Clewiston Company . 3.80 Lot 13 'Block 416 . . The Clewiston Company.. 1.98 c
Lot 2 Block 408 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot 14 'Block 416 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 3 Block 408 . . .. The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot ;15 Block 416 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98 =
Lot 4 Block 408 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot ,16 Block 416 . : The Clewiston Company .-. 1.98 tr
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Lot 5 Block 408 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot '17 Block 416 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98 (ACu
t-w I Lot 6 Block 408 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot ,18 Block 416 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98 en
Lot 7 Block 408 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot ;19 Block 416 . . The Clewiston Company . ,1.98
Lot 8 Block 408 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Lot .20 Block 416 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 21 Block 416 . . The Clewis ton Company . 1.98
i Lot 9 Block' 408 . :. The Clewiston Company . 3.10
Lot 10 Block 408 . . The Clewiston Company . .3.10 Lot 22 Block 116 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.40 J
Lot 11 Block 408 . : The Clewiston Company . .3.10 Lots 23.24 Block 416 The Clewiston Company .-. 3.10
Lot 12 Block 408 . .. The Clewiston Company . 4.50 Lots 25-26 Block 416 The Clewis ton Company . 2.54 .1 Flo
Lot 1 Block 409 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lots 27-28 Block 416 The Clewiston Company . 2.54 5
Lot 2 Block 409 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lots 29-30 Block 416 The Clewiston Company . 2.54 tr
Lot 3 Block 409 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lots 31-32 Block 416 The Clewiston Company . 2.54
Lot 4 Block 409 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lots 33-34 Block 416 The Clewiston Company . 2.54
Lot 5 Block 409 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lots 35-36 Block 416 The Clewiston Company . 2.54 ft)
Lot 6.Block 409 . . The Clewiston Company .. 1.42 Lots 37-38 Block 416 The Clewiston Company . 2.54 :r
Lot 7 Block 409 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lots 39-40 Block 416 The Clewiston Company . 2.54
r Lot 8 Block 409 . . The Clewiston Company :. 1.42 Lots 41-42 Block 416 .The Clewis ton Company . 2.54 ('
Lot 9 Block 409 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 'Lots 43-44 Block 416 The Clewiston Company . 3.10 Tltr
Lot ,,3, Block 417 . .,. The Clewiston . 2.54 -
Lot 10 Block 409 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Company .
Lot 11 Block 409 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot ,4 Block.417 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 ::c "
Lot 12 Block 409 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98 Lot ,5 Block 417 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 0't
Lot 13 Block 409 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98 Lot 116, Block 417 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 "'".., \,
Lot 14 Block 409 . . Frank Hogben . . . 3.10 Lot:7 Block 417 . . The Clewis ton Company . 2.54 ..... ..
Lot 15 Block 409 . . The Clewiston! Company . 1.56 Lot, 8 Block 417 . .. The Clewiston Company . 2.54 :'
l Lot 16 Block 409 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lots;9 ,Block 417 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 .' -'
j Lot 17 Block 409 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lot 10 Bloc 417 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.4: r--
1 Lot 18 Block 409 . .'. The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lot111 Block? 417 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 --3
Lot 19 Block 409 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lots: 12 Block 417 . . The Clewis ton Company . .. 2.54
Lot 20 Block 409 . : The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lot 13 Block 417 : . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 0
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Lot 21 Block 409 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lots: H Block 417 . . >. The Clewis ton Company . 2.54 :
Lot 22 Block 409 .'. . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lotj 15 Block 417 : . The Clewiston Company . 2.54
Lot 23 Block 409 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lotj 16 Block 417 . . The Clewis ton Company ,. . 2.54 '
Lot 24 Block 409 . . The Clewiston Company _' 1.84 Lots, 17 Block 417 '.. '_. ., '. '. oW'-. The ClewSton Company. .,. 2.54 > (D
Lot Block 410 . .'. ., The Clewiston Company . .'o 1.84 Lot, 18 Block 417 . The Clewiston Company . 2.5-i

I Lot 2 Block 410 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lot;19 :Block 417 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54
I Lot 3 Block 410 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lot: 20 Block 417 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54
I Lot 4 Block 410 .. . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lot 23 Block 417 . . E. Feuchtinger . . . 2.54
; Lot 5 Block 410 . . The. Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lot, 24 Block 417 . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
I' "\ Lot 6 Block 410 . . The Clewiston! Company . 1.56 Lot; 25 Block 417 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lk-:: Lot, 7 Block 410 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Loti 26 'Bloclt 417 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98Loti
( Lot 8 Block 410 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 27 Block 417 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 9 Block 410 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lot 28 Block 417 . . The CJewiston Company . 1..98
Lot 10 Block 410 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lot: 29 Block 417 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 12 Block 410 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98 Lot!; 30 Block 417 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 13 Block 410 . .,0. The Clewiston Company . 1.98 Lot 31 Block 417 . : The Clewiston Company . 1.98
I Lot 14 Block 410 . : The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lot 32 Block 417 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 15 Block 410 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lot: 33 Block 417 . :. 'I11 Clewiston Company . 1.98
; Lot 16 Block 410 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lot 34 Block 417 . . The Clewis ton Company . 1.98 ;
1 Lot 17 Block 410 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lot 35 Block 417 . . 'Ihe Clewiston Company . 1.98
I Lot 18 Block 410 :. . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lot 36 Block 417 . : The Clewiston Company . 1.98 '
I, Lot 19 Block 410 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lot 37 Bloclt'' 417 :. The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 20 Block 410 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lot 38 Block 417 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98 It'It'a fDto
Lot 21 Block 410' . . The Clewiston . .
Company 1.56 Lot 39 Block 417 . . The Clewiston Company .. . 1.98
Lot 22 Block 410 . . The Clewiston . .
Company 1.56 Lot 40 Block 417 . . The Clewis ton Company . 1.98
Lot 23 Block 410 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lot 41 Block 417 . . ,Tho CJewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 24 Block 410 . . The Clewiston Company ,. .. 1.84 Lot 42 Block 417 . . The CJewiston Company . .1.98
Lot 1 Block 411 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.12 Lot 43 Block 417 . . 'I'he Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 3 Block 411 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 44 Block 417 . : The Clewiston Company.. 2.40
Lot 6 Block 411 . . L. L. Lynn .'. . . . 1.98 Lot 1 Block 418 .. . .-. The Clewiston Company . 3.38
Lot 8 Block 411 . . The Clewiston . 1.98 '
Company Lot 2 Block 418 . . The Clewis ton Company . 2.82 a
Lots 10-11 Block 411...... The Clewiston Company . 2.26 Lot 3 Block 418 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.82
1 Lots 12-13 Block 411...... The Clewiston Company . 1.84 Lot 4 Block 418 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.82 It'a
:, Lots 14-15 Block 411 The Clewiston Company . 1.84 r Lot 5 Block 418 . ... The Clewis ton Company . 2.82
Lots 16-17 Block 411 The Clewiston Company . 1.84 Lot 6 Block 418 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.82
Lots 18-19 Block 411 The Clewiston Company . 2.26 Lot 7 Block 418 . . The \Clewis ton Company . .2.82 It'a
Lot 20 Block 411 . . The Clewiston! Company . 2.40 I Io Lot 11 Block 418 . :'. The Clewis ton Company . 2.54
o Lot 21 Block 411 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98 Lot 12 Block 418 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54
: Lot 22 Block 411 . .' The Clewiston Company. . 1.70 Lot 13 Block 418 .'. . The Clewis ton Company . 2.54
!, Lot 23 Block"411 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 20 Block 418 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.40
Lot 24, Block 411 . . Georgia G. Kuhlman . . 1.70 Lot 21 Block 418 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 25 Block 411 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 22 Block 418 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 26 Block 411 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 'I Lot 23 Block 418 . . The Clewiston Company ... 1.98
Lot 27 Block 411 . The Clewiston . 1.70
Company Lot 21 Block 418 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
f.. 1 Lot 28 Block 411, . . The Clewiston Company . 2.12 Lot 25 Block 418 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
4, Lot 3 Block 412 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 26 Block 418 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98 :
I Lot 5 Block 412 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 27 Block 418 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 6 Block 412 . . The Clewiston Company . .* 1.70 ., Lot 28 Block 418 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54
I Lot 7 Block 412 ; : Morris P. Compton . . 1.98' Lot 1 Block 422 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.80
Ii i Lot 8 Block 412 . . Morris P. Compton . . 1.98 Lot 2 Block 422 . . The Clewis ton ,Company . 2.82
Lot 9 Block 412 . .-. The Clewiston Company . 2.40 Lot 3 Block 422 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.82
Lot 10 Block 412 . .- The Clewiston Company . 1.42 Lot 4 Block 422 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.82
Lot 11 Block 412 . . A. J. Wilders . . . 1.70 Lot 5 Block 422 . . The Clewis ton Company . 2.82
Lot 12 Block 412 . . A. J. Wilders . . . 1.70 | Lot 6 Block 422 . .. . The Clewiston Company . 2.82
Lot 13 Block 412 . . A. J. Wilders . . . 1-70 Lot 7 Block 422 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.82
Lot 14 Block 412 . . A. J. Wilders . . . .'. 1.70 I Lot 8 Block 422 . . .' The Clewiston Company . 2.82
j' Lot 15 Block 412 . . A. J. Wilders . . . 1.70 Lot 9 Block 422 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.3E
y Lot 16 Block 412 . ./: A. Wilders . . . 1.70 I Lot 10 Block 422 . . The Clewston Company . 2.54
: Lots 17-18-19 Block 412. The Clewiston Company . 3.10 I Lot 11 Block 422 . .' The Clewlston Company . 1.9
I Lot 20 Block 412 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.40 : Lot 12 Block 422 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98I'
Lot 21 Block 412 . . W. G. Ames . . . . 3.10 Lot 13 Block 422 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 22 Block 412 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 I' Lot 11 Block 422 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
I Lot 23 Block 412 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 : Lot 15 Block 122 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
j Lot 24 Block 412 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 i Lot 16 Block 422 . ;. The Clewston Company . 1.98
" Lot 25 Block 412 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 17 Block 422 . ,' The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lots 26-27 Block 412 -. Mabel Frances . . . 3.10 a Lot 18 Block 422 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.40
Lot 28 Block 412 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.12 Lot 19 Block 422 . . Holls! Lanier . . . . 2.54
Lot 1 Block 413 . . The Clewiston Company .. 4.50 422 . .
I Lot 20 Block Holl1s Lamer . . . . 2.5-1
Lot 2 Block 413 . . The Clewiston Company ... 3.80 Lot 21 Block 422 . .-. Hollis Lanier . . . 2.54
Let 3 Block 413 .
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. The Clewiston Company . 3.80 Lot 22 Block 422 . . Hollis Lanier . . . 2.54
Lot 4 Block 413 . .
, . The Clewiston Company . 3.80 I Lot 23 Block 422 . . Hollis Lanier . . . 2.54
Lot 5 Block 413 . .
. The Clewiston Company . 3.80 Lot 24 Block 422 . . Hollis Lanier . . . 2.54
Lot 6 Block 413 . .
, ", . The Clewiston Company . 3.80 I Lot 25 Block 422 . .'. The Clewiston Company =. 2.54
Lot 7 Block 413 . .,. The Clewiston Company . 3.80 Lot 26 Block 422 . . The CJewiston Company .. 2.0>4
. I Lot 8 Block 413 :. . The Clewiston Company . 3.80 Lot 27 Block 422 . . Elmer G. Case . . . 2.5.1
Lot . .
9 Block 413 .
I: The Clewiston Company . 3.80 Lot 28 Block 422 . :. Elmer G. Case . . . 3.10
:' Lot 10 Block 413 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.80 Lot 2 Block 423 . ,.. The Clewis ton Company . 1.98
1rl Lot 11 Block 413 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.80 .
i Lot 3 Block 423 .. . The Clewiston Company 1.98I
, Lot 12 Block 413 . . The Clewiston Company . 4.50 I Lot 4 Block 423 . . The Clewis ton Company . 1.98I
Lot 1 Block 415 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.10 . .
415' I Lot 5 Block 423 . ... The Clewiston Company ,1.98
Lot 2 Block . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 Lot G Block 423 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 3 Block 415 . . ,. The Clewiston, Company . 2.54 Lot 7 Block 423 ; . The Clewiston Company,... 1.98



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Lot 8 Block 423 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98 Lot 15, Block 428 . . The Clewiston Company ,. . 1.84

Lot 9 Block 423 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.93 Lot 16, Block 428 . . The Clewiston Company .. 1.84Lot

Lot 10 Block 423 . The Clewiston Company . 1.93 17, Block 428 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.84

Lot 11 Block 423 '. '. . The Clewiston Company . 1.93 Lot 18, Block 428 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.84

Lot 12 Block 423 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.93 Lot 19 Block 428 . . 'The Clewiston Company . 2.82

Lot 13 Block 423 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.9' Lot 20, Block 428 . ., The Clewiston Company . 2.26

Lot 14 Block 423 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.93 Lot 21, Block 428 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26

Lot 15 Block 423 . . 1'ne Clewiston Company . 1.93 Lot 22, Block 428 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 _

Lot 16 Block 423 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.93 Lot 23, Block-428 . :. The Clewiston Company . .. 2.82

Lot 17 Block 423 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.93 Lot 1, Block 429 '. . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 :;t

Lot 18 Block 423 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.9' Lot 2, Block 429 . *. The Clewiston Company 1.70

Lot 19 Block 423 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.9.5 Lot 3, Block 429 . .'. The Clewiston Company . 1.70

Lot 20 Block 423 . . Tie Clewiston Company . 1.9C Lot 4, Block 429 . . -- The Clewiston Company '. 1.70
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Lot 21 Block 423 . :>:' The: Clewiston Company . 1.9 Lot 5, Block 429 .-. . The Clewiston Company . 1.70

Lot 22 Block 423 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.4f Lot 6, Block 429 . : The Clewiston Company . 1.70
Block 429 . . The Clewiston . 1.70
.. Lot 25 Block 423 . Tl%e Clewiston Company . 2.54 Lot 7, Company
':.-: Lot 26 Block 423 .u. . The Clewiston Company . 25 Lot 8, Block 429 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70

--- Lot 28 Block 423 . . Elmer G. Case . . . 2.5' Lot 9, Block 429 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98

Lot 29 Block 423 . . Elmer G. Case . . . ... 2.5 Lot 10, Block 429 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98

) Lot' 30 Block 423 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.5 Lot 11, Block 429 . : The Clewiston Company . 1.70

Lot 31 Block 423 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.5' Lot 12, Block 429 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70

:. '. Lot 32 Block 423 . ... The Clewiston Company . 2.5'. Lot 13, Block 429 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70

..' :".; ..'..,," Lot 33 Block 423 . . The Clewiston Company . .2.5'Lot .ot 14, Block 429. . The Clewiston Company . 1.70
.: 15 Block 429 . . The Clewiston . 1.70
34 Block 423 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.5' Lot : Company
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Lot 35 Block 423 . . : The Clewiston Company . 25' Lot 16, Block 429 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70

::: / < Lot 36 Block 423 . . The Clewiston Company. . 2 iV Lot 17, Block 429 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70

'.: .. Lot 37 Block 423 . . The Clewiston Company . 25' Lot 18, Block 429 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70

: Lot 38 Block 423 .'. . The Clewiston Company . 2.5' mot 19, Block 429 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.12

i; Lot 39 Block 423 . The Clewiston Company .. 2.5'Lot Lot 20, Block 429 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.84lot

\ 40 Block 423 ,!. The Clewiston Company . 2.5 21, Block 429 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.84

; .," Lots 1-2 Block 424 . The Clewiston Company . 3.1f, Lot 22, Block 429 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.84
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:..' { Lots 3-4 Block 424' . The Clewiston Company . 2.5' Lot 23, Block 429 .'. . The Clewiston Company . 2.12

'.. .' .,...:.. '. Lots 5-6 Block 424 . :' The Clewiston Company . 2.5' .ot 1, Block 430 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.84

f"':: 'r" .. Lots 7-8 Block 424 . The Clewiston Company . 2.5' Lot 2, Block 430 . :. : The Clewiston Company ,. . 1.56

.:-: >.'';.., Lots 9-10 Block 424 . The Clewiston Company . 2.5 I Lot 3, Block 430 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56Tot

1> Lots 11-12 Block 424 ;' The Clewiston Company . 2.5' 4, Block 430 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56

Lots 13-14 Block 424 :. '.: The Clewiston Company . 2.5' Lot 5, Block 430 . . The Clewiston Company . .' 1.56

6 '.' Lots 15-16 Block 424 .n_ .. :.' The Clewiston Company . 2.5' Lot 6, Block 430 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56

.,., Block 424 .. The ,Clewiston! Company : . 2.5' Lot 7, Block 430 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56

Lots 17-18 424 ", The Clewiston Company . 2.5 Lot 8, Block 430 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56

Lots 19-20 'Block Block 424 ::." The Clewiston Company . 3.1f Lot 9, Block 430 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56Lot

Lots 21-22 The Clewiston Company . 2.4f 10, Block 430 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56
424 . .
...., .: Lot 23 24 Block Block 424 . ;." U. S. Slate . ... . . 2.4f Lot '11 Block 430 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56

Lot'' 25 Block 424 . . '. The Clewiston Company . 1.9fLot Lot 12, Block 430 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.84
Lot' .,. . The Clewiston . 1.84
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c 26 Block 424 . . : : The Clewiston Company . 1.9 Lot 13, Block 430 Company
: . . The Clewiston . 1.56
Block 430 Company
'' .ot 14, _
The Clewiston . 1.9
Lot 27 Block 424 . . : 5 Company _
Block 430 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 \, '
.ot 15,
Clewiston . 1.9
Lot 28 Block 424 . . :; The Company
420 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56
Lot 16 Block
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Lot 29 Block 424 . . '-; The Clewiston Company . 1.9f
3o Lot 17 Block 430 . The Clewiston Company . 1.56
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:, Lot 30 Block 424 : . .. The Clewiston Company . 1.9 '
: 430 . . S The Clewiston Company . 1.56
: Lot 18 Block
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I Lot 31 Block 424 . . ;,: The Clewiston Company . 1.9fLot
Lot 19 Block 430 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56
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"t 32 Block 424 . . '. The Clewiston Company l.9f
I Lot 20 Block 430 . ... The Clewiston Company . 1.56
Lot 33 Block 424 . .. \: The Clewiston Company . 1.9. cLot
U ..' Lot 34 Block 424 . . .;,':. The Clcwiston Company . 1.9 21, Block 430 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56
430 . The Clewiston Company . 1.56
Lot 22 Block
-'-:". Lot 35 Block 424 . . r'' The Clewiston Company . 1.9t '"'
Lot 23 Block 430 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56
," Lot 36 Block 424 . . .' The Clewiston Company . 1.9f ,
Lot 24 Block 430 . . The Clewiston Company :. 1.84
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Lot 37 Block 424 .'. . .: The Clewiston Company . 1.9f ,
,. Lot 1 Block.431 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
,: Lot 38 Block 424 . : 1 : The Clewis ton Company . 1.9F ,
: 5 The Clewiston . 1.70
Lot 2 Block 431 . . Company
Lot 39 Block 424 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.9F .
..:F '' Lot' 3 Block 431, . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70
'i- c : Lot 40 Block 424 . . -: >" The Clewiston Company . 1.9E"Lot ,
1.70
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'\ 41 Block 424 . . V:: The Clewston! Company . 1.9f Lot 4, Block 431 . . The Clewiston Company
.' Lot 5 Block 431 . The Clewiston Company . 1.70
W ( Lot 42 Block 424 . . The Clewlston Company . 1.9f ,
Lot 43 Block 424 . . .': .' The Clewiston Company . .. 1.9f. Lot 6, Block 431 '. . The Clewiston Company . 1.70

.C : Lot, 44 Block 424 . . ': ,.;;':- The Clewiston Company . 2.4f Lot 7, Block 431 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70
:... Lot 8 Block 431 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70
Lot 1 Block,425 . . : / The Clewiston Company r. 3.31Lot ,
.t 2 Block 425 . . '." % The Clewiston Company . 2.5' Lot 9, Block 431 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98

; Lot 3 Block 425 . . .\ : The Clewiston Company . 2.5 Got 10, Block 431 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26

1) Lot 4 Block 425 . ;: ',:. .\ The Clewiston Company . 2.5Lot" / Lot 11, Block 431 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.84

s 5 Block 425 . . :" ': The Clewiston Company . 2.5 Lot,12, Block 431 . . The Clewiston Company .* 1.84
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Lot 6 Block 425 . . :'; The Clewis ton Company . 2.5f.! Lot.13, Block 431 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.84
00o ; "" Lot 14, Block 431 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26Lot
Lot 7 Block 425 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.5 !
. -:.j. 15, Block 431 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 8 Block 425 . The Clewiston Company . 2.5
0 . . The Clewiston . 1.70
: ..ot'16, Block 431 Company
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Lot 9 Block 425 . : The Clewiston Company . 2.5/
0"r& 431 .. . The Clewiston Company . 1.70
Block
Lot 17
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Lot 10 Block 425 The Clewiston Company . 3.3F
Lot 18, Block 431 . The Clewiston Company .. 1.70
Lots 11-12 Block 425 : The Clewiston Company . 3.1C '
E- Lot 19, Block 431 ... . The Clewiston Company . 1.70
425 .
Lots 13-14 Block ::' The Clewis ton Company . 2.5
; . 1.70
Lot 20 Block 431 . . The Clewiston Company
425 ,
15-16 Block
Lots The Clewiston . 2.5"Lots
.1 Company
: . 1.70
Lot 21, Block 431 . . The Clewiston Company
425 .
17-18 Block '
Lots . 2.5
The Clewiston .
< Company
. 1.70
5
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Clewiston
Block 425 :o' Lot 22, Block 431 . "A The Company
19-20 The Clewiston . 2.5
.. Company Lot 23, Block 431 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
: .
425
Block
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Lots 21-22 : : The Clewiston . 2.5
; Company
1.84
Clewiston .
Lot 1, Block 432 . . The Company
Lots 23-24 Block 425 . .
?: The Clewiston Company 2.5'
Lot 2, Block 432 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56
Lots 25-26 Block 425 ,. The Clewiston . 3.1'Lot
Company
. 1.56
Clewiston .
The
t Lot 3 Block 432 . . Company
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27 Block 425 . . . .
: -if f:. The Clewiston Company 2.4r The Clewiston . 1.56 ,
; Lot 4, Block 432 . . Company ? "
Lot 28 Block 425 . . "- 1.9 ,
The Clewis ton .
Company
:' Lot 5, Block 432 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56 ,'/t.I
'A Lot 29 Block 425 . . .< The Ctewiston Company. . 1.9
t.: !Lot 6 Block 432 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56
Lot 30 Block 425 . . ';; ', The Clewiston Company . 1.9f ,
: The Clewiston . 1.56
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Lot 7 Block 432 : . Company
Lot 31 Block 425 . . Clewiston . 1.9.C' "
The
Company
. 1.56
> : Lot 8 Block 432 . . The Clewiston Company
Lot 32 Block 425 . . ..,;:'! The Clewiston Company . 1.9F' ,
Lot 9 Block 432 . . S The Clewiston Company ; . 1.84
Lot 33 Block 425 . . .::;::, The Clewiston Company ., 1.91 Lot 10, Block 432 . . S The Clewiston Company . 2.40
Lot 34 Block 425 . . -0--: The Clewiston Company . 1,91Lot ,
. ..:r_ Lot 11 Block 432 .'. . The Clewiston Company . 1.84
o 35 Block 425 . The Clewiston Company . 1. lf' ,

:- .. Lot 36 Block 425 . . .:.< The Clewiston Company . 1.9 Lot 12, Block 432 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.84a'

t Lot 37 Block 425 . . : .;: The Clewiston Company . 1.9F Lot 13, Block 432 . . S The Clewiston Company . 2.40'

rtJ Lot 38 Block 425 . . .-: The Clewiston Company . 1.91Lot Lot 14, Block 432 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.81

39 Block 425 . . 'j. The CIewiston Company . 1.9 Lot 15, Block 432 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56
Lot 40 Block 425 . . . 1.98 . 1.56
'tjO ., ::.,: The Clewiston Company Lot 16, Block 432 . . The Clewiston Company
: Lot 41 Block 425 . t' ,. The Clewston Company . 2.2(1( Lot 17, Block 432 . . S The Clewiston Company . 1.56

.' Lot 42 Block 425 . _.,,;,.. The Clewlston Company . 2.26 Lot 18, Block 432 . "/ ', The Clewiston Company . 1.56
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0 ;4: Lot 43 Block 425 . . .' ;;;:.., The Clewiston Company . 2.26 Lot 19, Block 432 . !. ", The Clewiston Company . 1.56Lot

0 Y J'.! Lot 1, Block 426 . . ;:.- The Ciewlston Company . 1.56 20, Block 432 . . ::"_ ., The Clewiston Company : 1.56
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Lot 2 Block 426 . . -', ; .The Cle\ston! Company . 1.56 Lot 21, Block 432 . . I' The Clewiston Company . 1.56

..J .'; Lot 3 Block 426 . . ', jG:_ The Clewlston ,Company . 1.56 Lot 22,.Block 432 . .."! The Clewiston Company . 1.84

'J"4 Lot 4 Block 426 . . ,,',. .,.. The Clewis ton Company . 1.5f) Lot 1, Block 433 . . -: The Clewiston Company . 1.70

Lot 5 Block 426 . . ,; ;\\2 The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lot 2, Block' 433 . . ;-....' The Clewiston Company u. 1.56

; Lot 6 Block 426 . . ,"'8. The Clewiston Company . 1.56 I Lot 3; Block 433 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56

Lot 7 Block 426 . . ,. ;: The Clewiston Company . 1.56 Lot 4, Block 433 . . :.:' The: Clewistou Company . 1.56

Lot 8 Block 426 . . ::: The Clewiston Company . 1.56 I' Lot, 5, Block 433 . . I' The Clewiston Company . 1.56

,- Lot 9 Block 426 . . -.:. .F:: The Clewiston Company . 2.26 Lot 6, Block 433 . . The Clewiston Company ,. . 1.56

.-.c Lot 10 Block 426 . . -":(,t The Clewis ton Company . 2.40 Lot 7, Block 433 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.56

;' Lot 11 Block 426 . . ;: The Clewiston Company . 1.70 I Lot 8, Block 433 . . ':: The Clewiston Company . 1.56

Lot 12 Block 426 . . l',' The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 9, Block 433 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70

H r'<,}: Lot 13 Block 426 . . :: The CIewist Company . 1.70 Lot 10, Block 433 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.12

; Lot 14 Block 426 . . ::. The Clewiston Company . .' 1.70 Lot 11, Block 433 . . '; The Clewiston Company . 1.81
433 . . ,,' S The Clewiston Company . 1.84
Lot 15 Block 426 . . ::': The Clewis ton Company . 1.70 Lot 12, Block ,.'" The Clewiston . 2.26
433 . . Company
u .' Lot 16 Block 426 '. . '::_" The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 13, Block Clewiston . 1.84
i 433 . . The Company .
Lot 17 Block 426 . . < ;f The Clewis ton Company . 1.70 I Lot, 14, Block .. The Clewiston . 1.56
433 . . Company .
o Lot 18 Block 426 . . "i.(: The Clewis ton Company'. .' 1.70 I Lot 15, 'Block The Clewiston . 1.56 ,
. . Company
433 :
Lot 19 Block 426 . . ; -':' The Clewiston Company . 2.82 Lot 16, Block ;.' Clewiston . 1.56 ...r...."J",., .
The
. . Company
I Lot 20 Block 426 . . : ,t The Clewiston Company . 2.26 Lot 17, Block 433 Clewiston . 1.56 t!
433 . . The Company
-t Lot 21 Block 426 . ; The.Clewiston. Company . 2.26 Lot 18, Block .,..,., . 1.56
.... 433 . . The Clewiston Company
Lot 22 Block 426 . . ,:: The Clewiston Company . 2.54 Lot 19, Block . 1.56
.. 433 . . : The Clewiston Company
Lot 1 Block 427 . . .<;5 The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 20, Block ,. . 1.56
. . The Clewiston Company
Lot 2 Block 427 . . ".::1' The C'ewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 21, Block 433 . 1.56
. . The Clewiston! Company
Lot 3 Block 427 . . -r The C\ewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 22, Block 433 : :; . 2.68
The Clewiston Company
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Lot 4 Block 427 . . ; The Clewis ton Company . 1.70I Lot 1, Block 446 \' .. . 2.26
The Clewiston Company
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Lot>5 Block 427 . . ::.; The Clewiston Company . 1.70 I Lot 2, Block 446 ; : Clewiston . 2.26
; The Company
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I Lot 6 Block 427 . . : The Clewston Company . 1.70 Lot 3, Block 446 ; Clewiston . 2.26
. . The Company
Lot 7 Block 427 . . The Clewlston Company' . 1.70 Lot 4, Block 446 . 2.26
-- Lot 8 Block 427 . .. The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 5, Block 446 . ; : ,The Clewiston Company . 2.26 ,

Lot 9 Block 427 . . The Clewis ton Company . 2.40 Lot 6, Block 446 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26

Lot 10 Block 427 . . The Clewis ton Company . 2.40 Lot 7, Block 446 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 ;J'

Lot 11 Block 427 . '. The Clewis ton Company . 1.70Lot Lot 8, Block 446 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 ",

12 Block 427 . . S The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 9, Block 446 . . S The Clewiston Company . 2.26 '

Lot 13 Block 427 . The Clewston! Company . 1.70Lot Lot 10, Block 446 : . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 !
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... I I 14 Block 427 . :7; The Clewlston Company . : 1.70I Lot 11, Block 446 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.68
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I Lot 15 Block 427 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lot 12, Block 446 . . .: The Clewiston Company . 3.80

Lot 16 Block 427 .. ... The Clewis ton Company . 1.70Lot Lots 13-14, Block 446 . :.-- The Clewiston Company . 3.10

17 Block 427 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70 Lots 15-16."Block 446 . The Clewiston Company 3.10
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Lot 18 Block 427 . . The Cewistol1 Company . 1.70 Lots 17-18, Block 446. The Clewiston Company 3.10
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Lot 19, Block 427 . . 'I'fie Clewiston Company . 3.10Lot Lots 19-20 Block 446 . The Clewiston Company
3.10
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.. 20, Block 427 ... . The Clewiston Company . 2.26 Lots 21-22, Block 446 . The Clewiston Company 3.10I '
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Lot 21, Block 427 . _j The Clewiston Company . 2.26 Lots 23-24, Block 446 . The Clewiston Company 3.10 I
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Lot 22, Block 427 ... ':",'. The Clewis ton Company . 3.10Lot I Lots 25-26, Block 446 . The Clewiston Company . 3.10 !
1, Block 428 . .' The Clewiston Company : 1.84 Lots 27-28 Block 446 . The Clewiston Company 3.10

Lot 2, Block 428 . .. The Clewiston Company . 1.84 Lots: 2930'Block 446 . The Clewiston Company . 3.10
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Lot 3, Block 428 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.84 Lots 3132'Block 446 . The Clewiston Company .
> 3.10
Lot 4, Block 428 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.8.1 Lots 3334"Block 446 . The Clewiston Company .
Eilers ........................ 3.10
Lot 5, Block 428 ... . The Clewis ton Company . 1.84 I Lot 35, Block 446 . . Jordan

Lot 6, Block 428 . . The Clewis ton Company . 1.8.1 i Lot 36, Block 446 . Jordan Eilers . . . 3.80

Lot 7, Block 428 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.84 I Lot 1, Block 447 . I' The Clewiston Company . 3.80

Lot 8, Block 428 . ... The Clewiston Company . 1.8'1 Lot 2, Block 447 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.24 '

Lot 9, Block 428 . :. The Clewiston Company . 2.fH I Lot 3, Block 447 . I The Clewiston Company . 3.24The .
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Lot 10, Block 428 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.54 Lot 4, Block 447 . . Clewiston . .3.21 "" i

Lot 11, Block 428 . I The Clewis ton Company . 1.84 Lot 5, Block 447 . The Clewiston Company . 3.24 ,

Lot 12, Block 428 I I.. I I.. The Clewlston Company I. 1.84Lot Lot 6, Block 447 . . The Clewiston Company', . 3.24Lot

1.84 7 Block 447 . The Clewiston Company 3.21The
13, Block 423 I . The Clewlston Company I I

Lot 14, Block 428 I I . I The Clewiston Company . 1,84 Lot 8, Block 447 . I Clewiston Company.../ . 3.24


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: Lot 9, Block 447 . . ,., The Clewiston Company . 3.24 Lot Block, 495 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70
Lot 10, Block 447 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.24 Lot 5 Block 495 . . Thc Clewiston Company . 1.70The"
Lot 11, Block 417 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.24 Lot 6 Block 495 . . Clewiston Company . 1.98
I I' Lot 12, Block 447 . . The Clewiston Company . 4.08 Lot 7 Block 495 .: . The: Clewiston Company . 1.98
: Lot 13, Block 447 . :. .: The Clewiston Company . 4.08 Lot 8 Block 495 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 14, Block 447 . The Clewiston Company . 3.24 Lot 11 Block 495 . .. The, Clewiston Company . 3.10
Lot 15, Block 417 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.24 Lot 12 Block 495 . : Henry & Annie Payette . 2.54
Lot 16, Block 447 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.24 Lot 13 Block 495 . .0. Henry & Annie Payette . 2.54
.-:.: Lot 17, Block 447 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.24 Lot 16 Block 495 . . Tillie Pavlik: . . . . 1.70
1l Lot 18, Block 447 . . The Clewiston! Company . 3.24 Lot,,17 Block 495 . . The: Clewiston Company . 1.98
; 1 .-- Lot 19, Block 447 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.24 I Lot 18 Block 495 ,; . .', The: Clewiston Company . 1.98
i Lot 20, Block 447 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.24 Lot 1 Block 498 . . The: Clewiston Company . 1.70
Lot 21, Block 447 .L. The Clewiston Company . 3.24 Lot 2 Block 498 . . The, Clewiston Company . 1.70
;, Lot 22 Block 417 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.24 Lot 3 Block 498 . . The' Clewiston Company . 1.70
i Lot 23: Block 447 . ; The Clewiston Company . 3.21 Lot 4 Block 498 . . The: Clewiston Company . 1.70
Lot 21, Block 447 . .'. The Clewiston Company . 3.80 Lot 5 Block 498Lot . . The, Clewiston Company . 1.70
Lot 1, Block 448 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.40 6 Block 498 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 3 Block 448 . . The Clewiston Company. . 1.98 Lot 7 Block 498 . . '. The Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 4', Block 448 . .-. The Clewiston Company . 1.98 Lot 8 Block 498 . . The-: Clewiston Company . 2.54
Lot 6, Block 448 . . ;r' The Clewiston Company . 1.96 Lot 9 Block 498 . . Mary C. Simms . . . 1.70
Lot 7, Block 448 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98 Lot 11 Block 498 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.70
Lot 9. Block 448 . . !:-' The Clewiston Company . 1.98 Lot 13 Block 498 . . The, Clewiston Company . 1.70
Lot 10, Block 448 . :1 The Clewiston Company . 1.98 Lot 15 Block 498 . .'. V Edith Taylor . . . . 1.70
Lot 11, Block 448 . . .". The Clewiston Company . 1.93 Lot 16 Block 498 . . The, Clewiston Company . 1.70
Lot 12, Block 448 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.40 I Lot 17 Block 498 . '. The), Clewiston Company . 1.70
Lot 14, Block 448 . . .i; The Clewiston Company . 1.98 Lot 18 Block 498. . The, Clewiston Company . 1.98
Lot 16, Block 448 . . .... The Clewiston Company' . 1.98 All Block 38 . . . 3.5 The! Clewiston Company . 2.75
Lot 17, Block 448 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98 All Block 39 . . . 3.5 The! Clewiston Company . 2.75
?'Lot 19, Block 448 . . ;:;: The Clewiston Company . 1.98 : All Block 40 . . . 3.0 The; Clewiston Company . 1.14-
Lot 20, Block 448 . . W":';, '! 'The Clewiston Company . 1.98 : All Block 41 . . . 1.9 The) Clewiston Company .86
: Lot 22, Block 448 . . ::" The Clewiston Company . 1.98 All Block 42 . . . 1.9 The| Clewiston Company . .86
: Lot 23, Block 448 :. . r The Clewiston Company . 1.98 All Block 43 . . .. 4.4 The I! Clewiston Company . 1.70
Lot 1, Block 449 . . Tl'- -. The Clewiston Company . 2.40 All Block 44 . . '. 3.7 U. S. Sugar Corporation 1.70U.
,: Lot 2, Block 449 . . 1". ;- } The Clewiston Company . 1.9SThe All Block 45 . . . V 2.2 S. Sugar Corporation 2.40
Lot 3, Block 449 . . ?. : ;0-- 1 Clewiston Company . 1.98 All Block 46 . . . 5.1 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 5.20
Lot 4, Block 449 . . \ '.J' The Clewiston Company . 1.98 All Block 47 . . . 5.1 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 5.20
Lot 5, Block 449 . . 1' ; : The Clewiston Company . 1.98 All Block 48 ; . . 2.2 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 2.40
Lot 6, Block 449 . . T;"" 1r The Clewiston Company . 1.98 All Block 49 . . . 4.6 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 4.50
Lot 7, Block 449 . . VLot 'The Clewiston Company . 1.98 All Block 50 . . .- 3.7 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.30
8, Block 449 . . H* ::17. 'The Clewiston Company . 1.98 All Block, 51 . . ." 3.5 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.80
Lot 9, Block 449 . . T*- ,'} The Clewiston Company . 1.98The All Block 52 . . . 3.5 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.80 !
Lot 10, Block 449 . t. P'-' Clewiston Company . 1.98 All Block 53 . . : 4.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 4.50 -Jj. .
Lot 11, Block 449 .. . T. ; t: f The Clewiston Company . 1.98 All Block 54 . . . 4.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 4.50
Lot 12, Block 449 . . "' .T The Clewiston Company . 2.40 All Block 55 . . . 1.7 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.98 '
Lot 13, Block 419'V The Clewiston Company . 2.40 All Block 56 . .. . 1.7 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.98 .
/Lot 14,,Block 449 . . -" ";'1T The Clewiston Company . 1.96ilJt AH Block 57 . . . 4.5 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 4.50
"" \ Lot 15, Block 449 . . ..;J1 The Clewiston Company . 1.98 All Block 58 . . . 4.5 U. S. ,Sugar',Corporation . 4.50 : .
._, .,..Lot 16, Block 449 . . : j The Clewiston, Company ... 1.98 All Block 59 . . : 4.5 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 4.50
: Lot 17, Block 449 . . str The Clewiston Company . 1.98 UI Block 60 . : . : 4.5 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 4.50 0H '
Lot 18, Block 449 . .0. 'T The Clewiston Company . 1.98 All Block 61 . . . 1.7 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.98 :
I Lot 19, Block 449 . . -J.7; l! The Clewiston Company . 1.98 'Ul Block 62 1.7 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.98 ,
! : Lot 20, Block 449 . . The Clewiston Company . 1.98 Vll Block 63 . . . 3.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.98
: Lot 21, Block 449 . :. '9' _, The Clewiston: Company . 1.98 All Block 64 . . . 3.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.98
... Lot 22, Block 449 . . ."T r The Clewiston Company . 1.98 All Block 65 . .'. . 2.8 The Clewiston Company . 1.14 '
: Lot 23, Block 449 . . -. I rThe Clewiston Company . 1.98 All Block 66 . . . 3.1 The Clewiston Company . 1.14 (t) ,
: Lot 24, Block 449 . . 'The Clewiston, Company . 2.40 All Block 67 . . . 3.2 The Clewiston Company . 1.14
I, :. Lot 1, Block 450 . . The Clewiston Company . 2.12 All Biock 68 . . . 2.6 The Clewiston Company . 1.00
Lot 2, Block 450 . . w. fr.zt'; The Clewiston Company . 2.12 All Block 69 .. . :. 3.4 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.80
Lot 3, Block 450 . . ; ./ 'The Clewiston Company . 2.12 All Block 70 . . : 4.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation f. 4.50yl C')
' Lot 4, Block 450 . . 1';: : The Clewiston Company . 2.12 ] Block 71 . . : 3.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation, . 3.10
I'" :Lot 5, Block, 450 .: . ,"'' ; r'o :The Clewiston Company ,. . 2.12 All Block 72 . . : 6.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 6.60
;Lot 6, Block 450 . ... : The Clewiston Company . 2.12 'Ml Block 73 . . : ; 2.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 2.26 O
I Lot 7, Block 450 . . f+({?ii 'The Clewiston Company . 2.12 All Block 74 .V 2.0 U S. Sugar Corporation . 2.26 (t)
:Lot 8, Block 450 . . :"H -''I: The Clewiston Company . 2.12 All Block 75 . . . 6.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 6.60 Of#.
,Lot 9, Block 450 . . .'4'; : ._, The Clewiston Company . .. 2.68 All Block 76 . . . 3.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation :. 3.10 _
Lot 10, Block 450 . . i{ -, 'The Clewiston Company . ; 2.54 Ml Block 77 . . . 3.4 U. S. Sugar Corporation :. 3.45 .
,Lot 11, Block 450 . . .''' n' 'The Clewiston Company . 1.98 All Block 78 . . : 2.9 U S. Sugar Corporation :. 3.10 .. (Jj
:Lot 13, Block 450 . . : 'The Clewiston Company . 1.98 All Eleck 79 . . . 3.2 'U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.10
:Lot 14, Block 450 . . *'.:' 'The Clewiston. Company . ; 1.98 All exc.. Lots 24-25 Block
:Lot 16, Block 450 . . f:' "l lie Clewiston Company . 1.98 80 . . . . 6,2 U. S. Sugar Corporation ........ 6.90 o .
:Lot 17,Block 450 . . j \. 'The Clewiston Company . 1.98 All Block 85 . . . 2.6 The Clewiston Company 3.10 .
:Lot 20, Block 450 . . .{ 'The Clewiston Company2.54 All Block 86 . . . 3.2 U. S. Sugar Corporation .0'. 3.10
:Lot 21, Block 450 . . i : 'T'he Clewiston Company . 2.54 411 Block 88 . . . 2.4 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.10
Tat) 22, Block 450 . . ] The Clewiston Company . 3.10 All Block 89 . . . 4.6 U. S. Sugar Corporation ... 4.50 <
Lot J, Block 451 . . :: I, The Clewiston Company . 2.12 All Lot 1 Block 90. 3.4 U.
exc. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.80
LOt -2, Block 451 . . .j"; .1 j; The Clewiston Company . 14.30lot ,
.
:i Lot 1 Block 90 . . .
Mrs. R. E. Carpenter . . 1.00
:3, Block 451 . . !! .' ; The Clewiston Company . 2.12 \ 92oo "
;Lot 4, Block 451 . . ? : '.;i1;: The Clewiston Company . 2.12 All Block 91 . . V 3.0 The Clewiston Company . 3.10
:Lot '5, Block 451 . . ,?: : .; : The: Clewiston Company . 16.40 All Block 92 ... .-. .*.-. .' --2.9The Clewiston Company . 3.10
Lot 6, Block 451 . . tL{ ; i The Clewiston Company . 2.12 All Block 93 .V The Clewiston Company . 4.50 c:
Lot 7, Block 451 . . : if' The Clewiston Company . 2.12
All ,Block 94 . . . 3.1 U.
S.
Sugar Corporation . 3.10 .
!f4 "ii The Clewiston Co. & P=t .
:Lot 8, Block 451 . . u'm.. D. B. Allen m.mm.......... 14.6( All Block 95 . . . 2.7 U. ::S. Sugar Corporation . 3.10
:Lot 9, Block 451 . . lEi" :- The Clewiston Company : 2.6E All Block, 96 . . . 3 2.7 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.10
'. V.'x' :Lot 10, Block 451 . . :;:;I" ;" The Clewiston Company . 2.68 All Block 97 ................ 2.9 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.10
( :Lot 11, Block 451 . . : ., The Clewiston Company . 2.12 All Block 98 . . : 2.9 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.10
:Lot 12, Block 451 . .' I" -r The Clewiston Company . 14.30 All Block 99 . : :. 2.9 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.10 0 0"c0
:Lot 13, Block 451 . . 't. r The Clewiston Company . 2.12 ; All Block 100 . . 0.2 U. S. Sugar Corporation . .44
Lot 11, Block 451 . . -1. The Clewiston Company . 2.12 I All Block 101 . .- . 0.2 U. S. Sugar Corporation . .44
Lot 15, Block 451 . . :, The Clewiston Company . 16.40 I All Block 108 . . .- 2.5 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 2.75
Lot 16, Block 451 . . .... ".._ o! 'The Clewiston Company . 2.12 i All Block 109 .-. . .' 2.5 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 2.75
Lot 17, Block 451 '. 'The Clewiston Company . 2.12 All Block 110 . . 5.2 The Clewiston Company . 5.20 : ,
Lot 18, Block 451 . . : 'The Clewiston Company . 14.30 All Block 111 . . 16.4 The Clewiston Company . 4.85 D
Lot 19, Block 451 . . '.f; 'The Clewiston Company . 2.82 All Block 112 . . 2.5 The Clewiston Company . 1.00 ::
Lot 20, Block 451 . . f The Clewiston Company . 2.40' All Block 113 . . 2.5 The Clewiston Company . 1.00 .....
Lot 21, Block 451:1 The Clewiston Company . 2.40 All exc. Canal R-W Block. ,
: 114 . . . . 1.5 The Clewiston . .95
Lot 22'Block 451 . . ;.:1' The Clewiston Company . 2.40 Company T::
Lot 23, Block 451 . . '._ Y The Clewiston Company . 2.82 All Block 116 '. . : 1.5 U: S. Sugar Corporation . 1.35 >
Lot 1, Block 452 . ; ,.,vT7 The Clewiston Company . 3.24 All Block 117 . . '. .'. 1.5 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.70
Lot 2, Block 452 . .-. &..". .1.1 The Clewiston Company . 3.24 All Block 125 . . 2.7 The Clewiston Company . 1.14 (t)
Lot 3, Block 452 . . ::'_"', .:, :: The Clewiston Company . 2.54 Ml Block 129 . . 1.8 The Clewiston Company . .86 5P
Lot 4, Block 452 . . .," 7Z''The Clewiston Company . 3.21 Ml Block 130 . . .". 4.6 The Clewiston Company . 3.45 111 _
Lot 5, Block 452 . . f. ;; 'fi The Clewiston Company . 3.24 Vll Block 206 . . 1.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.56
'. Lot 6, Block 452 . . ;: {; The Clewiston Company . 3.2) Ml Block 210 . . 2.7 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.10 : -
I Lot 7, Block 452 . . T:11: The Clewiston Company . 2.5 Ml Block 212 . . 0.1 U. S. Sugar Corporation . -
Lot 8, Block 452 . . 1;T The Clewkton Company . 2.5 :Ml Block 213 . . 1.1 U. S. Sugar Corporation .. 1.28
I Lot 9, Block 452 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.8C All Block 214 . . 3.4 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.80
... Lot 10, Block 452 . . g T,1 : The Clewiston Company . 3.8C All Block 215 .,. . 0.4 U. S. Sugar Corporation . .72
Lot 11, Block 452 .,. j -J'' i The Clewiston Company . 3.24 All Block 216 . . .'. 2.3 The Clewiston Company . .86
. Lot 12, Block 452 . . if i' The Clewiston Company . 3.24 All Block 217 .-. . 2.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . .86
Lot 13, Block 452 . . V3T ,m l The Clewiston Company . 3.24 All Block 218 . . 3.1 The Clewiston Company . 1.14
Lot 14, Block 452 . . *% ; The Clewiston Company . 3.24 All Block 220 . . 1.4 The Clewiston Company . .72
Lot 15, Block 452 . . '? : The Clewiston Company . 3.24 All Block 230 . . 0.2 U. S. Sugar Corporation . .- .44 c
Lot 16, Block 452 . . S? k"!.: The Clewiston Company 3.24 i All Block 231 . . 0.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . .44
Lot 17, Block 452 . . fl The Clewiston Company : : : : : 3:24: All Block 232 . . ; 1.6 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.70ll
Lot 18, Block 452 . . s l:,+ The Clewiston Company . 3.24 \ Block 233 . . 3.1 U. S. Sugar Corporation ... 3.10 ='
.Lots 19-20, Block 452. f 1;.ll The Clewiston Company . 8.7C All Block 234 . . . 5.1 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 5.20
"" Lot 21, Block 452 . . ii y The Clewiston Company . 2.40 All Block 235 . . 3.9 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 4.15 ..... .
r. Lot 22-23, Block 452 . t t. The Clewiston Company . 8.7C All Block 236 . . 1.4 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.70 '
'. Lot 1, Block 453 . . 1 4T The Clewiston Company 2.2f All Block 237 . . :. 3.9 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 4.15 <
Lot 2, Block 453 . . \:..".- :,j The Clewiston Company . 2.26 All Block 238 . . 1.4 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.70 ; ,
Lot 3, Block 453 . . L" :.1 The Clewiston Company . 2.26 All Block 239 . . 3.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.10
Lot 4, Block .453 . . w:. -r.::;1: The Clewiston Company . 2.26 All Block 240 . . .'. 1.6 U. S. Sugar Corporation ; 1.70A '
Lot 5, Block 453 . . 5;J o' $ The Clewiston Company . 2.26 11 Block 241 . . '.: 20 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 2.26 :,
Lot 6, Block 453 . . JS";" / The Clewiston Company . 2.26 All Block 242 . . ... 3.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.10
Lot 7, Block 453 . . Jt'g-g The Clewiston Company . 2.26 All Block'' 243 . . 5.1 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 5.20 ,
Lot 8 Block 453 . . fa 'f, 0 The Clewiston Company . 2.26 All Block 2-14 . . 3.5 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.80
Lot 9 Block 453 . . "'' i The Clewiston Company . 3.24 All Block 215 . . 3.5 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.80 "
Lot 10 Block 453 . . '"Sf Lilyan S. Cook . . . 3.10 All Block 246 . . 3.5 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.80
Lot 11 BloC 4"'3 . . .3-T ,I i Lilyan S. Cook . . . 3.10 All Block 247! . . 3.5 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.80 I
Lot 12 Block 453 . . .% if Lilyan S. Cook . . . 3.10 All Block 248 . . 2.7 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.10
f Lot 13'BloCk 453 . . 1"iC.- Lilyan! S. Cook . . .. 3.1C All Block 249 . . 2.7 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.10 I
Lot 14 453 . . ,i f All Block 230 . . .
' ; Lilyan S. Cook . . . 3.10 ; 27 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.10
'! Lot 15" Bock 453 . . .-,t I Lilyan S. Cook . . . 3.10 All Block 251 . ... : 2.7 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.10 I
:' Lot 16 Block 453 . . All Block 253 . . .
\ The Clewiston Company . 3.1C : 2.4 U. S. Sugar Corporation . J.00 M, ,
Lot 17 Block 453 . . ?: t.$ The Clewiston Company . 3.10 All Block 254 . . 2.7 U. S. Suga.r Corporation . 1.00 '
\1 Lot 18 Block 453 . . 11.'' The Clewiston Company . 3.10 All Block 255 . . 2.7 U. ti:). Sugar Corporation . 1.00 : : :ij' {
Lot 19 Block 453 . . All . . .
Block 256 .
The Clewiston Company . 3.10 3.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.14 :' \:',. ;
I Lot 20 Block 453 . . The Clewiston Company . 3.10 All-Block 257 . . 3.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.14 .: : :; /
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Lot 21 Block 453 . . ; The Clewiston Company . 3.10 AlHBlock 258 . . 3.5 U. S, Sugar Corporation . 1.14 ,- '0' &}
Lot 22 Block 453 . . IlL _, The Clewiston Company . 3.10 All Block 259 .V 3.5 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.14
Lot 23 Block 453 : : The Clewiston Company . 3.10 All Block 260 . . ; 3.2 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.14
Lot 24 Block 453 : : : : : : : !j."t The Clewiston! Company . 3.10 All Block 261 . . 3.2 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.14
Lot 25 Block 453 f: -.f The Clewiston! Company . 3.10 All Block 262 . . 2.6 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.14
: : : : : : :
Lot 26 Block 453 : ;
f.} I The Clewiston Company . 3.10 All Block 263 . . 2.6 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.14
Lot 27 Block 453 The Clewiston Company . 3.10 All Block 264 . . 26 U. S. Sugar Corporation ... 1.14
: : : : : : : ': 11 !
Lot 28 Block 453 +
The Clew ston Company . 3.10 All Block 265 . :. . 27 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.14
Lot 29 Block 453 . . fe rIT The Clewiston Company . 3.10 All Block 266 . .,. . V 34 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.14
Lot 30 Block 453 . . i : Block . . .
.*. The Clewiston Company . 3.10 All 267 3.4 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.14
Lot 31 Block 453 . . The: Clewiston Company , 3.10 All Block 269 . . .,. 14 U. S. Sugar Corporation . l.'W
Lot 32 Block 453 . . y' The Clewiston Company 3.10 All Block 270 . . 3.2 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.10
.ri Lot 34 Block 453 . . The Clev/iston Company 3.10 All Block 271 . . 3.2 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.10I ,
.J;\ Lot 35 Block 453 . . .:.. The Clewiston: Company t.. 3.80 All Block 272 . ., t' 1.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 128
Lot 1 Block 495 . . The Qswlston' Company . 1.7 0 Ml Block 273 . . :. '1.5 U: S. Sugar Corporation . 1.70
z Lot 2 Block 495 .,. . -- ;c The Clewiston Company . 1.70 I All Block 274 . :, s 1.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.28
Lot 3 Block 495 All Block 275 . .0. V 35 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.45. .
t j ;; Th Clewjston. Company . 1.71 Q All Block 276 . . 34 U. S, ;;agar Corporation . ., 3.45, ; ,





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Block 277 . . 2.2 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 2.40 All exc. Lots 7 & 14 Block
All All Block 278 . . 1.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation! . 1.2 505 . . ... . 2.6 The Clewiston .Company ........ 3.12 \
All Block 279 . . 3.5 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.4a Lot 7 Block 505 . . Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth . ti
All Block 280 . . 3.5 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.45 All Block 506 .:. . . 2.3 The Clewiston Company . I
All Block 281 . . 3.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.10 All Block 507 .,.. '. . 2.7 The Clewistom Company . .
All Block 282 . . 3.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation! . 3.10 All Block 508 . . 1.6 The Clewiston Company . .
All Block 283 . . 2.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 2.26 All Block 509 . . 2.7 The Clewiston Company . 1
All Block 284 . . 2.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation ,. . 2.26 All Block 510 .", . . 2.4 U. S. Sugar Corporation, . ... .
All Block 285 . . 2.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 2.40 All exc. Lot 14 Block 511 1.9 U. S. Sugar Corporation . .
All Blollk 286. . . 2.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 2.40 Lot 14 Block 511 . . The Clewiston Company . .
All Block 287 . . 4.0 U. S", Sugar CorporatIOn . 4.15 All Block 512 . . . 2.7 The Clewiston Company . .
I!,11 Block 288 . . 2.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 2.40All Ail Block 513 . . 3.1 The Clewiston Company . .
Block 289 . . 2.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation! . 2.26 Vll Block 514 '," .:. . 1.4 The CJewiston Company . JiI. .
All Block 290 . . 2.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 2.2(; All Block 515 . . 1.4 The Clewiston Company . -J "
All Block 291 . . 3.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.24 All Block 516 ... . . 1.3 The Clewiston Company . .
All Block 292 . . 2.8 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 3.1C All Block 517 . . 1.5 The Clewiston Company . j 0''
All Block 294 . . 3.1 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 1.14 All Block 518 ;. . . 3.3 The Clewiston Company : .
All Block 299 . . 2.7 The Clewiston Company . 1.0C All Block 519 . . 3.0 The Clewiston Company . t= .
All Block 300 . . 2.7 The Clewston Company . 1.0e All Block 520 . ... . 2.0 The Clewiston Company . ., "
All Block 301 . . 2.5 The ClewIs ton Company . 1.0( All Block 521 :. . . 2.2 The Clewiston Company . j I tr. "
All Block 302 . . 3.5 The Clewis ton Company . 1.2, All Block 522 :. .'.. . 2.5 The Clewiston Company . .
All Block 306 . . 3.7 The Clewis ton Company . 1.3;" All Block 523 . . 2.2 The Clewiston Company . .
All Block 307 . . 3.7 The Clewston Company . 1.3 Vll Block 524 . .'. . 2.3 The Clewiston Company . ,
All Block 308 . . 3.1 The ClewIs ton Company 1.1 ill Block 525 .'. . 1.5 The Clewiston Company . ." ':
All Block 309 . . 2.8 The Clewiston Company . 1.0e Vll Block 526 ;. . . 2.8 U. S. Sugar Corporation . I J
All Block 310 . . 3.4 The Clewiston Company .4. 1.2E Vll: Block 527 .. . 3.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . .
All Block 311 . . 3.4 The Clewiston Company . 1.2f Vll Block 528 .'. . . 3.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation . (i) '
All Block 315 . . 3.4 The Clewiston Company . 1.2E Ml. Block 534 . . 3.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation . .
All Block 316 . . 3.6 The Clewis ton Company . 1.2f 11 Block 535 . ',' ;.' 3.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . ;
AU Block 317 . . 3.6 The Clevston: Company . 1.2f 111 Block 536 . . 3.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . I .
All Block 318 . . 3.1 The Clewis ton Company . 1.1" Vll Block 537 . . 3.2 U. S. Sugar ,Corporation . t:)
All Block 322 . . 1.0 The Clewiston Company . .5 11 Block: 538 . .,. 2.4 U. S. Sugar Corporation . .
All Block 323 . . 1.5 The Clewist Company . .7; 11 Block 539 . . 2.2 U. S. Sugar Corporation . o
All Block 324 . . 5.1 The Clewiston Company . 1.7 All Block 540 ...:............ 2.5 U. S. Sugar Corporation . (0, .
All Block 325 . . 2.5 The Clewiston Company . 1.0' 11 Block 541 . . 2.2 U. S. Sugar Corporation . .
O
All Block 326 . . 2.7 The Clewiston Company . 1.0e. All Block 542 '. . . 2.1 U. S. Sugar Corporation . f. _
All Block 327 . . 2.5 The Clewiston Company .-. 1.00 I All Block 543 . . 3.1 U. S. Sugar Corporation . .. .
All Block 328 . . 4.2 The Clewis ton Company . 3.10 All exc. Lots 1., 2 & 7
All Block 329 . . 4.3 The Clewiston Company . 3.45 Block 544 . . . 2.0 The Clewiston Company ___..... Cf) j
All Block 330 . . 3.3 The Clewiston Company . 2.75 Lots 1-2 Block 544 . The Clewiston Company . .
All Block 331 . . : 3.5 The Clewiston Company . 2.75 Lot 7 Block 544, . . Emory Fluckingec: & Marie

All BlocK 332 . . 3.5 The Clewiston Company . 2.75 Reindlesbacher ___...............
All Block 333 . . 3.3 The Clewi-ston Company . 2.75 All Block 545 . . 3.0 The Clewiston . ,
All: Block 334 . . 2.2 The Clewiston Company . .' 1.70 All Block 546 . . 4.6 The Clewiston Company . .
All Block 335 . . 2.2 The Clewiston Company . 1.70 All Block 547 . . 3.0 The Clewiston Company . 2o -k
Company
All Block 336 . . 2.2 The' Clewiston Company . 1.70 All Block 548 . . 2.6 The Clewiston Company . .
All Block 331 . . 2.1 The Clewjston Company . 1.70 All Block 549 . . 2.0 The Clewiston Company . .
All Block 338.. . .. . 2.1 All exc. Lot 4 Block 550 2.4 -
The Clewiston Company . ., 2.26 The Clewiston Company, .
All Block 339 . . ; 2.2 The Clewis ton Company : 2.26 Lot 4 Block 550 .. . W. T. Frith . . . . .
All Block 342 . . 3.4 The Clewis ton Company . 3.45 All Block 551 . .... : 3.6 The Clewiston Company . .
All Block 343 . . 3.5 The Clewis ton Company . 3.80 All Block 552 . . 3.3 The Clewiston Company . I c:
All Block 344 . . 3.5 The Clewiston Company . 3.80 All Block 553 . . 3.6 U S. Sugar Corporation . F
All Block 345 . . 3.4 The Clewis ton Company . 3.45 All Block 554 . ... . 3.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 42.60't I 'r-t ;:
All Block 390 . . 14.8 The Clewis ton Company . 4.50 All Block 555 . . 3.7 U. S. Sugar Corporation . "
All Block 434 . . 3.5 The Clewis ton Company . 1.28 All Block 556 ,3.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . j IcD
All Block 435 . . 2.2 The Clewiston Company : .93 All Block 557 . . tAll 3.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . .J
All Block 436 . . 6.5 The Clewis ton Company . 2.05 Block 558 . . 2.6 U. S. Sugar Corporation . ... : ,
All Block 437 .: . . 6.5 The Clewiston Company . 2.05 All Block 559 . . 3.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation . I ] r

All Block 438 . . 6.5 The Clewiston Company . 2.05 All Block 560 . . 2.9 U. S. Sugar Corporation . I Po
All Block 439 . . 7.5 The Clewiston Company . 2.40 All Block 561 . . 3.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . 0
All Block 440 . . 7.5 The Clewiston Company . 2.40 All Block 562 . . 2.6 U. S. Sugar Corporation . I' ,
All Block 441 . . 7.5 The Clewis ton Company . 2.40 All Block 563 . . 2.6 IT. S. Sugar Corporation . .
All Block 442 . . 7.3 The Clewis ton Company . 2.40 All Block 564 . . 2.9 U. S. Sugar Corporation . .
All Block 443 . . 7.3 The Clewis ton Company . 2.40 All Block 565 . . .. 3.6 U. S. Sugar Corporation! . I I '
All Block 566 . . 3.2
All Block 444 7.3 The Clewiston Company . 2.40 U. S. Sugar Corporation . :
All Block 460 . . 0.6 The Clewiston Company . .51 All-Block 567 . . : 3.7 U. S. Sugar Corporation . I dP't .
All Block 461 . . 0.1 The Clewis ton Company . All Block 568 . . 3.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . I I ;
All Block 569 . .. ; 3.6 The Clewiston Company . i
Less Canal R-\V Block 462 0.3 The Clewistori . i > :
Company .44 All Block 570 . . 3.2
The Clewiston . .
\11 Block 463 . . Company .
0.1 The Clewis ton Company . All Block 571 . . 3.6
The Clewiston . .
Company
All Block 464 . . 0.1 The Clewis ton Company . All Block 572 . . 3.0 :
The Clewiston . .
All Block 465 . . 0.3 The Clewis ton Company . .44 All Block 573 . . 2.2 Company f..:
The Clewiston . .
All Block 4.67 . . 0.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . .44 All Block 574 . ; . 4.0 Company ; ;
The Clewiston . .
All Block 468 . . 0.3 U. S. Sugar Corporation . .44 All Block 575 . . 1.9 Company )
The Clewiston . :
All Block 478 . . 5.8 The Clewis ton Company . 1.84 All Block 576 . . 2.7 Company ",
The Clewiston . '
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All Block 479 . . 3.1 The Clewiston Company . 1.14 All Block 577 . . 3.3 :
The Clewis ton . .
All Block 480 . . 4.8 The Clewis ton Company . 1.56 All Block, 578 ... . . 2.7 Company ,
The Clewiston .
All Block 481 . . 3.0 The Clewiston Company . 1.14 Company :_ .
All Block 579 . . 4.7 .
,The Clewiston . .
All Block 482 . . Company .
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2.0 The Clewiston
Company . .86 All Block 580 . . 7.5 ::
The Clewiston . .
All Block 483 . . 6.4. The Clewston . Company n .J
Company 2.05
All Block 581 . . 3.5 '.., .
The Cle /iston Company . '
All Block 484 . . 2.8 The Clewlston . '
Company 1.00 ,All Block 582 . . 3.8 The Clewiston Company .. /..
All Block 485 . . 2.0 The Clewiston Company . .86 All Block 583 .. . .. 7.4 The Clewiston Company . O. '

All Block 486 . . 8.4 The Clewis ton Company . 1.21 All Block 584 . :. . 3.8 The Clewiston Company . :::,1 r
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All Block 487 . . 1.8 The Clewis ton Company . .72 All Block 585 . . 4.1 The Ciewiston Company . fG FiE.

All Block 488 . :. . 2.6 The Clewiston Company . 1.00 All Block 586 . . 9.2 The Olewiston Company . ;:; ;
All Block 489 . . 2.0 The Clewiston Company ; .86 All Block 587 . . 1.5 The Clewiston Company . fat. ', '!WIz
All Block 490 . . 2.8 The Clewiston Company . 1.00 All Block 588 . . 5.3 The Clewiston Company . : '
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All Block 491 . . 2.3 The Clewis ton Company . .93 All Block 589 . . 5.3 The Clewiston Company . : '' j'

All Block 492 . . 2.4. The Clewis ton Company . .93 All Block 590 . . 7.2 The Clewiston Company . .. '. "'," ,0i:.
All Block .493. . . All ;
4.4 The Clewiston Company . 1.42 exc. R.R. R-W' Block : :.:
All Block 494 . . 3.3 The Clewiston Company . 1.211 i 591 . . . . 6.6 The Clewiston Company....... .:. -
All Block 296 . .-. t
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The Clewiston Company . 3.10 All exc. R.R. R-W Block i! ', -.. ... :
All Block 497 . . .'. 2.4 The Clewis ton . I 592 \
Company 2.68 . . 7.4 The Clewiston Company ____._.. :
All Block 499 . . 2.8 The Clewis ton Company . 3.10 All Block'593' . . 7.4 The Clewiston Company . ; {
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All Block,,500 . . 2.4 The Clewis ton Company . 2.681 All Block 600 . . 2.0 U. S. Sugar Corporation . :
All Block 501 . . 2.4 The Clewis ton Company . 2.681 I All Block, 601 . . 2.0 The Clewiston Company . i .f. iri.
exc. Lot 16 Block 502 3.7 The Clewis ton Company . Lot 2 Block 602 . . 1.1 The Clewiston Company . .
Lot 16 Block 502 . . Charles Racker . . 3.94.1 ': : '. .
All Lot 2 Block 603 . : 1.1 The Clewiston Company . ?
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Lot 2 Company Lot 2 Block 604 . . 1.1 The Clewiston Company . .' \ '
I Block 503 . . Lulu G. Griffith . . . 1.00 I Country Club Less Canal I -: ." '.,

All Block 504 . . 2.3 The Clewis ton Company . 2.54. R-W . . . . 162.38 The Clewiston Company ........ : ;. "
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