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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 12, 1935
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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4 I': VOLUME), NUMBER 20 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1935 SUBSCRIPTION :$2.00 YEAR

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MOTORCADE FROM Ask Bids for Building II COAST LINE WILL H. G. Switzer Is New 1 LOCAL AMATEUR .


> State Road 26 Manager of WellsRoyalH.

:: WEST COAST WILL I I LAY NEW TRACK -- HEARS SOS CALL;

Bids on a $145,000 road and G. Switzer, of Washington, D.


j : VISIT HERE SUNDAY South bridge Bay project, are on being Road asked 26, south by the of I TO LAKE HARBORW. C.over, arrived the management last Thursday the to lumber take I AIDS IN RESCUE

yards of the Wells-Royal Lumber I
state road of the
', department as part --
; ": -- in Clewiston and Pahokee,
; Sunday afternoon between 5:30 U. S. Public Works highway pro I W. Perry, local agent for the Company I Albert H. Davis, operator of the
,- ject construction under the succeeding C. F. Goodman: who is: I[ local net control station W4GQ of
motorcade composed of
:', and 6:00 a Atlantic Coast Line Railroad is authority retiring from the firm to make: other
":' 'u visitors from Fort Myers and other i al Recovery program. Nation-I :I t the army amateur radio system, last
for the statement that the connections.Mr. '
,\ {; West Coast towns will end their in- The state road I j Friday morning picked up an SOS
f until 10:30 o'clockon A. C. L, is planning to begin work Switzer has been serving in :
t' v of the flood control work receive the bids call from the stranded ketch, Cas-
spection
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k in the vicinity of Moore Haven and July 16, and bidders are urgedto within the very near future on the Washington for the past four years I arco V just south of Cuba and relayed -
with the U. S. Coast and Geodetic
', Clewiston and will meet on the comply with a new state law re- laying of new tracks from Clewistonto I! the message by phone to the

!.; ridge for a picnic supper before returning quiring contractors to pay $1,000 license Lake Harbor., Survey in the drafting departmentand Radio Marine Corporation in Palm
chart division
but prior to that
to their homes. fees before bidding on any 1 Beach and, within two days time the
t The light rails now in place are time served for a year in the sales !I '
public works construction project vessel located Cuban
; This motorcade is sponsored by was by government -
r : said to have been expensiveto department of a big building -
very
I supply
} the Lee County Chamber of Com- costing more than $50,000.The i I boats and towed into port.
j keep because of the fact that in 'Baltimore and be-
1 k': under the direction of the Secretary project on Road 26 includes up company I Mr. Davis, who is employed by
ce
the settlement of the muck bed and fore that connected with the !
was
1 McGrath, and was suggested 1.693!) miles of 36-foot graded road- the Mackenzie Dredging Company
plaine the heavy traffic the Palm Brick Tile
during and
City
vege- company
.' ,,, "" by W. P. Franklin, advocate way, and a bridge to be constructedof I moved here last September when
n. table season makes it difficult to and the Builder's Supply Company
.
three 25-foot steel I-beam that began operations on
of the cross-state waterway for a spans company
,
.: the rails in To offset Fort Myers for He
: keep: place. of eight years.
; number of Much interest is with concrete deck on treated tim their levee contract near here, has
: years. this the to heav states that his residence in
company plans lay during I
ber pilings. complete amateur sending and -
f said to have been shown in the 4 a receiving
ier rails over the entire line from Fort Myers'' he made several tripsto ,
:y Okeechobee work by West Coast res- Through Chairman C. B. Tread- set which is set up in his
here to the track end at Lake Har- the Lake section ,and had made
I
idents and it is believed that there I way and Engineer J. H. Dowling the room at the Clewiston Inn. The set
bor and have the line ready sales in Lake towns the
new
many so
'i} will be a large crowd making the ,state road department announcedthat has ben built since he came here'and
before the perishable starts, is not unfamiliar to him.
season territory
] trip. $145,000 has been allotted to I the receiver is o'ne of the mast sensitive -
about November. The new states that although -
the project and that if necessary to manager available. He has been a licensed -

' : Preparations, have been made in keep the cost of the work within the .Details/ of the construction' are he is buying an interest in amateur operator for the
detail for their entertainment. Lt. '
Pi funds allotted the length of the expected, to be released within a the company that the name and past seventeen years but states that

Richardson Selee, and other army roadway construction will be lessened. few 'days. The laying of theheaviertrack policy of the company will not be this is the first time he has ever
engineers of the U. S. Engineer sub- changed and that for the present at
will probably necessitate the I picked up an SOS call. Even more

office here will meet the visitors at Among provisions announced by replacement of nearly all the old least, no changes in the personnelof peculiar is the fact that so far as
the junction' of the Fort Myers Road
the state highway board are,* that ties and a reballasting of the road the company are contemplated. I I anyone has been able to learn he
and the Moore Haven Road about
He his that Mr.
minimum wages for all skilled labor -' bed. expressed regret- was the only one picking up the
3:15: Sunday: afternoon. They will Goodman the I
: Moore Haven to employed on. the project shall be was leaving company signals from the stranded ship, and
: first be taken to
75 cents due to another connection which he doubt due to his im-
under per hour, with 45 cents for it was without
see the big hurricane gate had made and that he
intermediate labor, and 30, cents an previously mediate action in notifying authorities -
construction there and the levee in I hour for unskilled labor. Any NEW CITY ORDINANCE hoped to continue the good work that the ship and its crew of
been
has
that vicinity. A committee and
which Mr. Goodman had started
changes in the scale which five including
wage people, one woman,
appointed among Moore Haven peo-I might be ordered by the Federal retain, the many friends in the sales were saved from disaster.
:: pIe to see that no point of interestis DEFINES FIRE LIMITS territory which Mr. Goodman has
government will result in modifica- The log book kept by Mr. Davis
missed in the Glades county town.
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made for the ,
tion of the contracts. company. tells the story or'the message. It
The group will then come on to --
while listening for the signals
Clewiston where they will view the City Ordinance No. 24 proyiding was
Art Lawrence Tells from a friend who operates a station t
q ; finished gate at the opening of the Welatka CompletesGap for fire limits ,and construction and
in Georgia and with whom he
Industrial canal and will no doubt, equipment of buildings in the Cityof

,1:: as did the East Coast motorcade in Levee Clewiston, which because of its Of Vacation Trip has daily contact at 10:30 a. m. .I
that he heard the faint signals on
several weeks ago, be permitted to great length was not published is
the same wave length as his friend I
see the gate operated., -- being posted at the City Hall for
The U. S. dredge "Weldtka" last Members of the Clewiston Kiwanis used. Paying little attention at first !
r > D. G. Alston, chairman of the the convenience of those who wish
**"; Hendry County Board of Commissioners "week completed the levee section on co note its provisions.The Club enjoyed a talk .mad'e by Art as he little expected to hear such a

which she has been working for the Lawrence, Clewiston's genial post- message, the familiar distress letters
has for free ice
arranged
first section of the ordinance his
W past several months near Torrey Is-" master, at the regular meeting Wednesday kept dinning into ears until he
V water and possibly coffee to be pro- designates the fire limits for the city immedlatcI
moved realized what it He -
was.
land and Sunday to Bacom night in which he describedhis
vided for the guests while they are
and-the succeeding sections describein '
Point to complete a section of levee vacation trip this summer and (Continued on Page S)
eating their basket lunches. detail alterations and additionsin I
already partially built there. the work of the various clubs he
buildings, removal or repair of
The new work will require about attended while away.
P.-T. A. Institute be
: to
I unsafe buildings, deals with inspec-
Gulf Company Picture two hundred fifty thousand yards of tions and permits and limitations Mr. Lawrence ,gave an interestingand

material but only bout five thous- at times humorous accountof Held in GainesvilleMrs.
fire limits very
within and details of
( Shown in Belle Glade and yards per'station or each hun- building construction his visit to points in several mid-
I such as limitsof
section is expected by engineers to western states. Accompanied by his
and
height area, thickness of
.. be complete in a month or five Lowe E. W. Digges, chairman of
wife and her brother Merrell ,
Clewiston dealers in Gulf Refin- walls, quality of materials, concrete ,
weeks. the local P.-T. A. announces that a
ing Company products and many construction and design.' Arrange- a recent graduate of Clewiston High
The General and the Gulfport parent-teacher institute and leader-
i ; visitors attended the showing of a ments are also made for regulation School, his first stop was in Tulsa,
working in the Bean City gap ex- ship short course;: will be bud in th>
Okla. wl'cre he visited with old
picture in Belle Glade last Friday of stoves, heating appliances, elec- ,
j pect to have that gap closed by the P. K. Yonge laboratory school build
friends. From here the party wentto
V : night depicting the progress made in trical wiring, chimneys, smoke
V- fifteenth of August. The General ing, University of Florida, July 15
Rushmore Minn. for visit with
refining crude oil into the many fin- pipes, etc. a
: will be released by the U. S. Engi- :.Mr. Lawrence'tj parents and thenon to 19. The institute will be under
the earliest and
':: ished products from
neers the first week in August. It The enforcement of the law is to Montana and Dakota to the direction of Mrs. Charles E. Roe,
crudest methods to the modern North
is owned by the Arundel Corporationand left to a Commissioner of Public national instructor and field secre-
; plants. The name of the movie was visit other relatives. While visitingat
has been under lease to the en- Works and he is also to superviseall tary for the National Congress or
'
"Power Behind the Pump' Glasgow, Mont., they were prh"eleged -
gineers. The Gulfport will remain construction and repair of buildings Parents and Teachers while the
The movie was held at the American -i to view the new Fort Peck !
Legion Hall in Belle Glade and until all the work is finished, prob- and make" monthly reports to dam which is being constructed by short course will be under the direction -

admission was secured only by invi- ably not longer than two weeks after I the City Commission. the government at a cost of nearly of the General Extension DivisIon -

the General leaves. Penalty for violation of the ordi- 75 million dollars. of the University in cooperationwith
tation. All of' the larger farmers of
the 'Glades section and those who Although these dates are a few nance is termed a misdemeanor and From North Dakota the party the Florida Congress: of Parents i

use a great quantity of gasoline and weeks past the date set for the fin- is punishable by a fine of not less J went into Canada for a visit in Es- and Teachers.

oils were included in the list of ishing of the job byv the Engineer than ten nor more than $100 or not tavan, Saskatchewan. On their return The purpose the institute is to

.' those invited. office, the levee will: still be com- more than sixty days imprisonmentor they visited in Waukesha at the give those who are preparing for ac

pleted in ample time to provide hur- both'' summer home of Dr. and Mrs. tive leadership in parentteacherwork
Starting out with the drilling for ricane The ordinance effect more intensive training under i
protection before the Sep- went into Jenkins Williams; Dr. Williams D'I
oil and showing the old methods and 1. from the National
representative
tember storm season. July :' the pastor of the Community a
modern methods of ,determining by Congress of Parents aid: Teachers,
here and is spending the summer in
scientific methods the presence of I and enable them to qualify for tho
with Mrs. Wil-
the Wisconsin home
ClewistonEngineersDefeat
I
oil the picture carried on through national certificate. The ?
liams. Mr. Lawrence stated that Dr. congress
Durrence-Stone
each step of production, refining of the leadership short
Frostproof 12-0 Williams had recently purpose
completed
only
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of the interesting
, ;" and distribution. Some course is to develop a better understanding r
book ministerial work and I
a on
r A'''',. facts brought out by the pic- Miss Stone became the, presented a handsome, autographedcopy of the ideals of service in I

ture were that the 38-story Gulf With Lefty Baker and "Skin" bride of Foy Durrence Saturday at to, his brother-in-law. From the various departments of the FlorIda -

I Building in Pittsburg is the tallest Smith dividing mound duties and I the summer home of Rev. and Mrs. there into Chicago where Art con- Congress of Parents and Teachers I

\ building between New York and "Pop" Walker resting in essentials of leader- I
up the out- Nevin H. Schaaf in Miami Beach fessed to getting lost but managedto including

\( Chicago; that the area covered ink pr garden, the Clewiston-Englneer' The ring ceremony was performedby see most of the sights and attenda I (Continued on Page 8)

distribution of Gulf products, all team rode rough-shod over the Rev. Schaaf.' Mr. and Mrs. A. W. baseball at Comiskey Park I

'., states east of the Mississippi and Frostproof team Sunday by a score Lawrence were attendants.The between the game Detroit and Chicago I H. O. Peters Will
three 'states west, Texas, Louisiana
of 12-0.
bride was gowned in an after American league teams. Also he at-

\ (Continued on Page 8) Smith was borrowed for the day noon ensemble of white corded tended a Kiwanis Club meeting; Manage River WorkIt

from the Pahokee team and only crepe, worn with white accessories.She there and heard an address by Harper

gave up one hit to the Frostproof wore a shoulder corsage of
In-
Gallon, of Madisonville, Ky.,
i West Point Cadets team. Baker was equally effectiveand white gardenias.Mr. ternational Kiwanis President.Mr. has been announced tnt H. O.

/ was touched for only one safety. and Mrs. Durrence left Sunday Lawrence stated that in mostof I Peters. associate engineer in the
V Visit Lake Projects Their team mates also I S. En ,
of the U.
played errorless on an extensive honeymoon trip.l I the Kiwanis clubs he visited the i Clewiston sub-office

baseball and boosted their batting They will visit with Mr. Durrence's chief objective was caring for the gineers will be in direct charge cf.

Five cadets from the U. S. Military I averages by pounding out a mother, ;Mrs. Troy Durrence, at the underprivileged child. Many of the the new work on the Caloosahatche

Academy at West Point are number of nice base hits at the ,ex- groom's former home in Glenvillft, clubs were picking up boys from the River under the supervision of the

/, spending a few days here looking pense of the Frostproof moundsmen. Ga. They also plan to visit with streets, organizing ball clubs, taking Clewiston rub-qffico-. F. Lloyd,

over the Okeechobee Flood Control The game was called at the end of Aubrey Durrence, brother of Mr. them on trips and in other ways who has been stationed in Moon-

work in connection with their :studyof the seventh inning, whether becauseof Durrence, in Rockford, Ill., and with giving them some of the advantages i, Haven and LaBelle almost all of th"

work of of Flor- darkness or discouragement of the start of the flood con-
army engineers friends in Chicago.Mrs. enjoyed by children in more fortunate time since
ida j the Frostproof 'team we have been Durrence is a graduate of circumstances. His talk was I trol project will be inspector in

... They were accompanied here by unable to learn.Frostproof the West Palm Beach high school. most interesting throughout and charge of the work:

1tfJ.Lt.. W. H, Mills, who returned from will play a return She came to Clewiston seven years was greatly enjoyed by 'every mem- Mr. Peters, with E. W. Digges also

- a month's vacation trip to Washington game here next Sunday. They are ago and has ben connected with the ber present. an associate engineer In the Clewis-

and other eastern cities. All of out for revenge and will no doubt First Bank of Clewiston since that -- ,- ton sub-office, W. C. Nail, supervising -

the cadets are Florida boys and aft-1 bring a greatly; revamped line-up to I time. TWO EVERGLADES DRAINAGE inspector in, the Pahokee district -

er their inspection of the lake work Clewiston. A good game is expectedand Mr. Durrence has been employedby COMMISSIONERS RENAMED and Fuller D. King, captain of I

will be released on furlough to visit it is hoped that there will be a the United States Sugar Corpor- I, the U. S. Dredge Welatka will leave j

their homes. They are Charles J. large number of fans present. ation since he came to Clewistonfive Governor David Sholtz last Tues-., Sunday for Jacksonville to be pres-

Harrison, of Tampa James S. Ilat- years ago. day renamed J. B. Jeffries, of Miami ent at the opening of bids on the

field, of Orlando, Colin P. Kelly,!I Another in freak is reported this I Mr. and' Mrs. Durrence will be at and James Franklin of Brighton first section of the river work between
f month an egg in the of JudgeJ.
Jr., of Madison, Walter R. Lawson, W. Kinsey at, Madison pen, Florida home after August 1 in their apart- to serve as members of the boardof Moore Haven and the present !

of Kissimmee and Benjamin \ T.'I the egg being 8 inches long and 6 I ment in the Schultz building in commissioners of the Everglades Lock No.3. about five miles up the

Workizer, of St. Petersburg. 1-2 inches around. Ventura avenue. s Drainage District. river from LaBelle.




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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1935 I



These are Its main features: NEW ANTI-CRIME WEAPONA DID THAT, ANYWAYA that he' had the' courtesy to remove'

* CURRENT EVENTS 1. An appropriation of $93,491,000 Canadian has Invented what Is motorist crashed throujh'the his. hat.

for the fiscal year 1936, including $49- the nearest approach to a mechanIcal front door of a house and landed in
7550,000( for in aid to state for
grants
bloodhound. When belonging
an object the parlor, where a woman sat read-
old age assistance. In addition there to an escaped criminal Is ing. It must be said to his credit

PASS IN REVIEWNYE'S are authorized annual appropriationsfor held in front of it says London TIt- SALESMEN ,WANTED 'M;
the old age reserve fund, graduated -
Bits, Its scent is vaporized and For most amazlne patented Invention to
from $255,000,000 in 1937 to $2,180- cburn butter in 1 to lU minutes by hand.
passed through a of light on
a
ray Retails for ,1.25. No competition. Profits
000,000 In 19SO. spectroscopic .strip.: The vapors from$15 to nu pcr day. Send n.OO for sample
Dasher and got started nowt I
COMMITTEE STRIKES AT ,2. Income tax on employees and excise penetrate the spectrum at certain tor.BiHusness' Write qv.ilkfor txclutivt territory
DEAL tax on employers, for old age and further particular*
SHIPYARDS-NEW 'according to the nature 'of
points, BLUMENFELD CO. Box 321. Memphis. Tenn.
r GO FORWARD. benefits, beginning In each case at 1
BILLS 1 the scent, and affect, a number of
per cent of the pay roll In 1937 and I I markers so as' to make tlyjm come Sour Stomach

reaching the maximum of 3 per cent in together In a certain pattern. This Gas and Headache Wash Pants $1. $1.19. $1.99; stripes Preshrunk -
: W. PICKARD and sanforized Boy: $I, 11.49.
EDWARD
By roll
1949.!) In'addition there Is a
pay pattern, is photographed. All the duo to 1'IERCE BHLLS CHAMBLEE. GA.SORE .
,t,, Western Newspaper Union. tax on employers for unemployment
I
police have to"do is to carry the box ConstipationC1
NYE of North Dakota and Insurance, beginning at '1 per cent in to any point which they think the KILL ALL FLIES
SENATOR munitions does 1936, Increasing to 2 per cent In 1937, I II ,
on criminal has traversed and set the i I
of Amer-. and to 3 per cent, the maximum, in 1938. PIMOS anywhere. Daisy Fly
not have a very high opinion box in action. If the scent is the I Killer attracts and knis flics.I .
and they feel thatI' 3. Grants.in aid to states on a match- I! I Guaranteed, effective. Neat,
m
lean shipbuilders ; right one it will rise and affect the ::I convenient-Cannot eplllri -
strong legislation Is Ing basis for assistance to persons six- markers in a similar way and the Blasts Wlllnot all soil season.orlnjure 20o anything.at all

.r.. needed to keep them ty-five or older, the government's con- same pattern as photographed will rrQ "_ dealers. Harold eklyaN.Y..

"' from confusing "pub-} tribution not to exceed $13) per month. 'assemble.

I': lie defense needs with 4. Old age benefits after January 1, t '

their private pocket- 1942 ranging from $10 to $85 per BOYS! GIRLS!f ,
books." Therefore the month depending upon the total I
Read the Nuts ad In Dr.Saller'.
: Grape another
amount of earned after Decem- EYES
committee, In a pre. wages E e Lotion
asks ber 1 1936 and before sixty- column of this paper and learn how
reaching
liminary report, relieves and cures sore anc1ln1amedeyesln24toc8
five of to join the Dizzy Dean Winners and boars. Helps the weak eyed, cures without pain.
that laws be enactedto years age. Ask your druggist or dealer for SALTKR'S.Only
I'f do these things: 5. A 90 per cent credit to employersfor win valuable free prIzes.Adv.Be from lieformDispensary P.O.BoTl&l.Atl&nta.Q.

1. Prevent "c 0 11 u- taxes p.ildinto state unemployment Brief

sion" In bidding fornavy Insurance funds, the other 10 per

:-:'": -, .construction cent to be apportioned among the No 40 spoken words.JTCII1NG funny. story should exceed Pile and Hemorrhoid Sufferers
senator for administration of their unemployment -
?; Nye jobs. states You owe it to your health to try PILE TABS-a famous doctor's prescriptionS
-+ 2. Prevent American patents from ; Insurance laws. 'approved by New York Medical authorities. PILE TABS will give you lasting
r relief from pain,itching and bleeding.
hands of foreign pow
i. '. getting Into the
), ,-. ers. SPURRED on by the White House, TOES EXAMINATIONSINJECTIONS OINTMENTS O NO MORESUFFERING

.' 3. Limit profits to 5 per cent of the after a hot debate, NO MORE

passed the Wagner-Connery' labor dis- Burning. c OPERATIONS,
the government, In cases ,
total cost to
bill acclamation and Presi- relieved.and\ aided PILE TABS are small tablets taken after meals. Thousands' users say they
the putes by soon healing
assumes
where the government *riBResinolfel I relieve almost immediately and prevent recurrence of future attacks. PILE
.i., risks of the enterprise, or to 10 percent I dent William Green of with safe soothing TABS are available for only $1.00 in cash or money order from Dept.W10. .l'l

does not. the American Federa- LABORATORIES 603 Fifth Avenue New I'
where the government MEDICAL CENTER York City
tion of Labor hailed it
"lobb'Ists" .
4. Require that shipbuilders' I 7 "
as a "magna charta
; register with the government
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of labor. As Is well
'. :_ and disclose their Income and expen-

'R'u.(! ditures.The committee finds, In the matter pa' 5, known the ,chief the beneficiaryof federationIs LOWER COST PER TON MILE'DUE

'': the measure, and
:7 r:; of collusion, that there was "telef' Green and other labor
i- :
pathy" ship 'ard'officials so that
among
union leaders had
:
,.;: in bidding for many contracts each
worked unceasinglyfor TO FIRESTONE EXTRA CONSTRUCTION FEATURES
,., concern was able to get the contracts \
Its passage. -
kt > it wanted at profits that ran as high t
Opponents of this
/':' as 36 per cent. It says the navy has Sen. Wagner!

[ ::' been at the mercy of the shipyards in bm, Including C0nstltibnal have- QUESTION No. 1-/yWill the non-skid rubber by the patented'GumDipping
'< ". authorities in both parties,
::. preparing plans for war vessels and asserted repeatedly that It Is unconstitutional tread the This used
give not in
me greatest
'' also In determining what were fair process. process any .
and it Is most probable ..
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I ;,; : prices.' that it will be carried to the Supreme traction and protection against other tire, soaks every cotton cord and
"A series of bids are put before the

: ,:' navy," the report recites, "and the court for an early test. -) skidding insulates every strand preventing' ..
As passed by the house, the Wagner-
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. 'y. navy has to take the low one and the and
internal friction
Connery bill provides: heat giving extra .
have to hope and that
taxpayers pray
1. For the setting up of a permanentlabor ANSWER-The patented construction
i; the low one Is somewhere within a few, strength, I longer life f greater
relations board of three mem-
: million dollars of being reasonable." feature, of two extra layers of Gum-
\.> ,bers, appointedby, the President, as an dependability. ..

f"' ": .: cheered when Pres- independent agency. The board, 'or its, Dipped, cords, under the tread makes
Huey Long
EVEN agepcies or agents, is authorized to
:;f Ropsev lt's unexpected mes- supervise elections, conduct hearings, it possible for Firestone.to use. a wider, QUESTION No.3IIWili the tread '
; on redistribution of wealth and ,
,:. ". sage and issue cease and desist orders for flatter tread with shoulders that '
higher
::. Increase of- taxation for the rich was ,
give long
"unfair labor practices, which are en- me wear at today'shigher .
read tcrcongress. The Chief Executive rubber the road. This
forceable by the courts. puts more on !
r offered 'a program that he hopes will speeds .
2. That representatives .selected bya f', :
i pay part of the vast expenses of the combined with the scientific non-skid '
' majority of a unit of employees for r .
r' New Deal and at the same time,break, .
s. the purpose of collective bargainingshall design gives greatest' non-skid safety ANSWER new and tougher tread .
up some huge fortunes, and check the ').
have the exclusive right to, negotiate -
r growth of big corporations. and known. compound developed Firestone
: with the employer. The board traction ever / by 1* Ii;
i: The President's taxation Is '4',
plan '
; may determine the appropriate unit for gives longer'wear at lower cost : '.
t :frankly aimed against the wealthy, you .
collective bargaining, whether by plantor
especially the men with million-dollar craft, etc. QUESTION No. 2-"Is the tire body per mile even at today's higher speeds. I
:
.t.
incomes. Of these there were 46 In '
3. That it Is an unfair labor
prac-
f 1933. In his message he said that exIsting protected against destructive' v S .
tice for employers restrain, coerce, 0
: tax policies have not prevented Call the Firestone',Service Store
'! "unjust concentration of wealth and or Interfere with employees; in their internal, heat the chief cause of on

power," and added the warning: "So' organization for collective bargaining. premature tire failure?" or Firestone Tire Dealer in your
4. That it Is an unfair labor prac-
vial unrest and a deepening of
sense
j unfairness are dangers to our national tice'; for employers to "dominate", or a community today. Let him tell you .

life which we must minimize contribute financially to any labor or- ANSWER cord Firestone Tires
by rigorous ganization. -Every in about the exclusive construction
methods."

The following legislation he recommended 5. That it Is .an unfair labor prac- is soaked and saturated in pure, liquid features of Firestone Truck and

tice to encourage or discourage 'mem '
for enactment during the pres-
In labor for Bus Tires .
bership any organization .
ent session In order to obtain ample
the purpose of making closed shop '
revenue without hampering enterpriseand which' will

to distribute tax burdens agreements. Test* snow that...
equitably -
' : 6. A fine of $5,000 or a year in Firestone Truck and "'' : give you .
; ''
BuiTire quicker .
*stop :
;, 1. High inheritance and gift taxes prison for anyone interfering with 1 o w e r -

on "all very large amounts received by agents of the board, such as refusingto

anyone legatee or beneficiary." Seg- permit access ,to books and records. I 11v1 operatingcosts .
:
regation of 'this revenue for reductionof :, and

the national debt. "LABOR policy In a democracy ?

2. Tax levies to restrict "very great a program conceived by.a 4 g rea t"e r

individual net incomes." government. It is a program of "action z f}: ;; safety.

3. Substitution of a graduated cor- which the people who earn their Gum Dipped cord .

poration tax ranging from 10% to 16% living as wage ,earners and those who body giver greater rtf',5.; ; R ,, ,', 'I.

per cent for the existing 13% per cent employ them in profit-making enter- strength and stamina S;;;,'.YJ? ; 4uai ". 6._ .

I prises must work out together." J
rate.For *.* *wten.
consideration at the next ses- So asserts Secretary of Labor to tho Voieo of

sion of congress the President pro-.1 Frances Perkins In her annual reportto FirestonefeaturingRichard
x%#; / Crooks,
posed: congress, and she sets forth these ciadysSwarthout
1. Elimination "of unnecessary hold- six specific duties of the governmentIn OLDFIELD TYPE SENTINEL TYPE. or Margaret Speaks s

Ing companies In all lines of business," this respect: VumJDd Volume I Production every Monday -

by discriminatory taxation. 1. To do everything; in its powerto The T. Th at T aug h t WEAF night over Network.N. B.C. .

2. Discouragement of "unwieldy and establish minimum basic standardsfor More and tougHer .Thrift to Millions Tire for Light Trucks .. .A Five Star

unnecessary corporate surpluses." labor, below which competition rubber, with wider Program.
3. An amendment ,of the Constitution I Hatter tread gives a \
should not be permitted to force standards longer Non-Skid wear

to abolish tax exempt securitiesby of health, wages and hours. \ AUTO SUPPLIES AT BIG SAVINGS .
authorizing the federal ,
governmentto 2. To further peaceful settlementsof .
tax subsequently issued state and controversies' and relieve labor of I BATTERIES SPARK :'LUGS 'BRAKE LINING FAN BELTS DITCH LIGHTS LOCKS

local obligations and state and local the necessity of resorting to strikes '
1n.1 HIGH SPEED TYPEGREATEST .
governments to tax federal securities. order : : ,
.0 secure equitable conditionsand I

the right to be heard. I qum-2' 4'

WITH only six senators voting in 3. Through legislation"and fostering I

negative, the senate passed co-operation between employers and !

the tremendously important social security workers to make every Job the best TIRt: EVER

bill that already had gone that the human mind can devise as I BUILT FOR ALL-ROUND .!

through the house. During the five to physical conditions, human relations. C'c i

days of debate a number of members, and wages. SERVICE, UNEQUALEDFOR .. S

Democrats and Republicans alike, had 4. To encourage such ..organizationand HIGH SPEEDS P'1 -"
:
argued earnestly that this '
measure development of wage earners as AND HEAVY HAULING : :
never would stand up In the Supreme will give'status and stability to labor .
.
court, but when their names were FLARES RADIATOR .
as a recognized Important group of REARVIEW MIRRORS LAMPS REFLECTORS HOSE,
called nearly every one of them voted citizens having a contribution to maketo (

for it. The only consistent ones were economic and political thought and J',

Moore of New Jersey, Democrat, and to the cultural life of the community. ; "

Hastings of Delaware, Hale of Maine, 5. To arrange that labor play its

Metcalf of Rhode Island, Austin of Vermont part in the study and development of

and Townsend of Delaware, Republicans any future economic policies. j 'eton
This
social
security 'measure 6. To encourage mutuality between
will affect
about
30,000,000 bene-
labor and employers in the Improve-
ficiaries in the Immediate
'future and
ment of production and the develop-
by 1900, it Is estimated
will cost the ment in both groups of a philosophyof
federal government more than $3,000-
Keif-government: In the public' interest -
000,000 a year.



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/ Able Armitage sipped coffee gloomily, drew him inside the tiny ticket office.' on a particularly fine piece of timber. i i

neglecting the food on his plate. He spoke In a cautious tone, although Certainly, the Hoot Owl stuff looked

" THE. "This Is the nineteenth," Ben said. they were alone. better every time he went through It BRISBANE !

"With what bank balance we have, how "The messenger on the train says he Money standing on end for an orphan

much must we get together to meet the put that engine part off for me the girl if he, Ben Elliott, should be strong I

d payroll, that one note that you think night the bill came through. It ain't enough to outlast Nicholas Brandon's THIS WEEK i!

; MAN can't be renewed and Interest on here and I'm takin' a chance of losingmy ruthlessness and persistence 1 He won- I

others that'll be due? My figures are job Just telling you even that much." dered about Dawn McManus, known \

all up at camp" Ben frowned. and marked as the daughter of ,a mur- We Know How to Spend ;

Able considered at length. "What are you driving at? It's not derer. Tough, he told himself, for a Only the Electric Chair 1

FROM "Three thousand might let us out. here and you'll lose- You! mean, the child to grow up under a cloud like A-nglo-French Rift i

Why?" express company'll hold you responsible that.He Surprise for Blue Eagle .j
I He put that question dryly for an article lost out of the de- started back after a fruitless Investigation -

"I just wondered." Ben turned to I pot?" and had not 'gone more Uncle Sam Is learning to spend. A

" YONDER Buller. "How many men will you need I "That don't worry me. The ship than half-way to camp when he came few lines tell ,you that the Bankhead 11

to get the mill in shape? I mean, how ment came In and I never saw it and suddenly upon a fresh snowshoe trail bill making the
can use and not have them He stopped short with a little thrilL government guarantee -
many
you i if I was to tell you that th'e only thing
Another prowler? The one who had a loan of one
HAROLD TITUS falling over each other? that could've happened was that It
by shortened his measures yesterday? The thousand million i '
'
"Oh, four or five besides myself. was taken off the truck while I was "
Ben nodded. "That'll give me fif- handling baggage it wouldn't be a bad tracks were only moments old, he knew dollars to help tenant ,

Copyright 192S-4934 Harold Titus. teen of the mill crew to throw into the guess. But if certain parties knew.1 by 'the way the freshly falling snow ,. ; .. farmers buy

WNU Service.CHAPTER woods." His eyes snapped as he looked told you that much the railroad would lay in them. their farms. Is

back at Able. "A half hour ago I was get such a complaint about me that I'd He rook the trail at a swift walk, passed. No fuss or

feeling about half licked. I'll make be out of a job between days and don't came on a place where the one he followed $ excitement about it

{ V the three thousand by the first or break you forget it !I" had'stopped and stood a mo- Senator King
ment, turned around and then resumedhis wanted
my neck !1" to cut the -
"Oh, I ,see. Ben looked at a cal-
ri. -8- "What at ?" way. one thousand millions
are you getting Benny endar. "It took them five days to get
p: Still something did turn up. Able demanded. Ben went faster, breaking into a to two hun-
it back to me. Can't wait that long.Give .
.? Just at breakfast time while Ben "This." Ben hitched his chair closeto jog trot where the going was good. A dred millions, but
me a telegraph blank. I'll have '
r4
'
was prowling the mill, admitting ro the table and with a relish which Indicated 'em half hour later he saw the moving fq., spc was "shouted i
notify me by wire when they ship
himself that perhaps it was time to the love of battle, sketchedhis figure before him. Ben saw him turn down." <
and if I have to meet trains myself .
look at his hole card-the letter that plan. 'about, looking upward, stare into' the"Good Do you recall the
why, I can do that too." -
:
Arthur urbane
the old cruiser had sent to him with
'
By noon that plan was In partial excitement when
.: ." The other nodded and gave Ben a
: its intriguing insciiption stranger operation. Bird-Eye Blaine, his dutiesas worried look. Theodore Roosevelt wanted to build

'.::' .' behind a light driving team swung into barn boss temporarily delegated to the Panama canal for two or three

the mil1- -ard. stopped' and tied his another, and Ben Elliott cruised throughthe "I sort of liked the way you did up hundred millions? .,
Duval in that log rollin' ; and I heard
... horses.; timber north of camp belt axes in Now "one billion" is almost "small ',:
him
about the trimmin' at
'
you gave
Ji, "Well you had a fire he said as their: hands. And in the morning the change." '
"See still camp. And I'm Well, I've seen l
Ben you've got a
approached. camp crew, augmented by fifteen men
enough raw stuff go on around this
mill standing, though. from the mill, left off the work of
man's town to feed me up. I'll help Some young criminals: apparently,
But that's all
"Standing, yes you felling timber in strips, scattered
t ( you all I can but I've got kids to can be adequately managed only by
for it.
can say through the woods and dropped marked
think I bout." the electric chair. In their case it
L "
\ "That's tough The man eyed him trees. Swampers were with them,
Ben made a wry face. seems useless to talk of reform, or
.ray In genuine concern. "Are you by any clearing the way for teams that followed "
"Even children don't .seem safe, he "another chance They are distinctly !
chance Ben Elliott? close on the sawyers' heels'and
said. "Some of us have got only our of the rattlesnake class.
"I am. drayed these high quality logs out to
.
dander Invested in the fracas
particular Consider
a twenty-five-year-old machinist
"Elliott, my name's Blackmore. Glad the railroad.
I'm mixing in, but everything the captured in Peoria who confessed t
to see you I was In here and talked Ben Elliott was everywhere. Bird-
little McManus girl has got Is at to murder when
with Harrington week before last and Eye knew his specialty, he, determined, the clothing of

he was saving out some veneer logs and Ben let the little Irishman go it stake. a dead girl was tossed into his lap

-,': for me. I'm with the Veneer Exporting alone. Without help Blaine could find *"Yup. You'reLittle., girl? i I "Yes I did It," he sobbed. This young
"Yes. The McManus girl. She owns Ely r murderer kept a diary, which in
in one
c; : l' corporation and we're the mar- more veneer trees in a day than the "
',,', : ket for quite a few cars of stuff. Wonder crew could drop and get out to the the Hoot Owl. ; month recorded 18 attacks on young

':' if I could interest you In a deal. decking grounds. "Oh," the agent said with a queer women. The electric chair should cure

': .S; Market's right good and we're i In" need "But-it's a man's sized job to keep look. his sobbing.

:;.;_:' .' of some more stuff to fill out a ship- your eye on such an operation !" Ben The following morning, a half hour '

; ment. Maybe with your mill shut declared to. Able. "I've got to watch after the men had gone to the woods, Id\ the lute of Anglo-French friendship -

?. down you might be Interested." Buller and the mill, too. I've got to a sawyer came running toward the L Zixu. and understanding there comesa
...: :' "That's close Shoot!" all camp office just In time to catch Ben rift
a guess. think about markets so we'll be set wide enough to let a coach and
before he left for the milL >;
::.:' "I'll pay you a hundred and twenty when we commence to saw, again. And ; four drive through. England dealing

:':. dollars a thousand for bird's eye maple the devil of it is I'm only one hand "Hi, Elliott !" he called. "Hold on directly with Germany and Hitler, now J1

; ".: and ninety dollars for veneer birch ; and there are only twenty-four hours ina a minute !In \ "'" YC"- rejects the French suggestion of a

'.;" ,: standard specifications and delivery in- day !" He grinned. "Where's this He came breathlessly up to the Afternoon," She Saifl "consultative pact," which would com-

:' side of two weeks on, say, thirty thou good man you told me about? Jeffers? sleigh. Brusquely.wind pel Britain to consult France before

.:, sand. I know you're busy, so I name Is! that his name?" "Somebody cut three inches offen the reaching any important diplomatic, con-
.:, the and dickering." measures last night. Thought ,you which blew from the northwestand
: top pass any "Tim Jeffers? Over In the next clusions.
:: A hundred and twenty. And town Eut I doubt he'll even listen. ought to know. Logs three Inches swing and go with it Not com- That ought to Interest" this country ;

: ninety for birch Ben's 'heart leapedbut He hasn't wanted a job in three years." short might be thrown out" pletely lost, as a greenhorn might be ; which agreed to consult everybodyon ,

he 'gave no outward indication of "Doubting isn't knowing," Ben said "Somebody cut- How'd you find not floundering In panic and traveling earth before building
more ships
meaningless circles. but still far from ,
the relief that surged through and the next afternoon drove that out?
great grimly a< :' tilting its big guns to the most ef-
:. hard for Jeffers' little farm clearing. "Well, we left the measuring, sticklayin' certain In directions.Ben ective angle.It .

" him."Two weeks" he asked. The old logger met Elliott with an on a tree we'd dropped last felt a tightening In his throat

:: "Yes, and less. Let's see. Ill eye that seemed at first to be hostile night. I'd marked It myself, figurln This, the chances were, would be an
> have to have thirty thousand delivered but which on closer observation provedto on making one more log before we encounter with one of the men who, Is stated, bluntly by British officials

I """ in Just eleven days to be safe inS be only one of severe appraisal."So quit and then we decided not to. It most certainly acting on Brandon's or- : "Britain is placing greater

' ''l \ -getting 'em to Montreal on time. I'll you're after a camp foreman snowed just a mite durin' the night. ders, sought to hamper and hamstringhim. stress on friendly co-operation with

.., take fifty thousand at the price but he said. "No, I've quit the timber for I laid the measure down again this A savage anticipation ran his Germany, closer consultations with the

the thirty will have to be loaded and good, Elliott. I'm through. A man morning and made another mark, forgetting veins with that; to meet this prowler British dominions, and a steady drift

on track first." has trouble enough without hunting it about the first which was cov- would be a greater satisfaction, even, toward" co-operation with the United

"That'll be fast production." I'm not a young man, son. I've no ered up with snow, you see. When I than throwing Bull Duval out of his States.

;:'. All of that But if I can't get .the years nor strength any more to put marked, It knocked the snow off the camp had been.

';...:,.S stuff from you I can from Brandon by into another man's losing fight." II log, showing up my first one three Elliott pushed on, moving faster than News from the Department of Com-

going up a few dollars a thousand. "We won't lose. Brandon's tried Inches off. I thought that was funnyso the other, cutting down the distance merce would surprise the recent deceased -

; My cards are on the table, Elliott Can everything up to and Including fire and I measured again. Somethin' was between them as the thickening gloom Blue Eagle, and others: "Busi

;"" we deal?" he hasn't got me licked yet Come wrong, sure. We looked her over and made' it impossible for him to see clear ness shows sharp upturn throughout

Ben considered, rubbing his chin along with me, Tim Jeffers and we'll found where a piece had been cut off ly at any distance. country since death of Blue Eagle."

with a knuckle. He looked' up the road run him Into his hole!" the stick and then we saw where The, man before him stopped sud This Is the skeleton announcement;

which led toward camp to see a man But the man was obdurate and Ben tracks" denly and faced about Elliott hesitated the details show retail sales increas-

approaching with that quick, space-de- left him, chagrined and a bit angeredat "Be with you pronto," Ben muttered wondering whether he had been Ing In spite of abominable spring

vouring stride of the woodsman. his failure. as he turned his team back toward the seen or not. If not, he wanted to trail weather, reported In many of the big

"Had breakfast?" he asked. "Brandon's got a crimp In the whole barn. secretly; If so- cities.

"No." country," he muttered as he drove on He found five of the saw gangs with He had no doubt, now, that he na
"Blanket your team and go eat. I'll toward camp. "And here I am, tryingto shortened measures. Fortunately, the been seen, so he went forward resolutely Union labor demands that all United

have pan answer for you by the time do four men's work. Tough nut? : discovery was made early in the day' intent on meeting the wanderer States railroads be nationalized, ownedby

you're through." I'll tell the world !" and only a few under-length logs had with challenge. the people, run by the government

'" As the veneer buyer entered the In' Tincup he drove to the express been made. However, It proved to Ben He dipped into a sharp ravine, Reason? Private owners do not know-

boarding house Bird-Eye Blaine-the office to Inquire for the new piston that menacing influences struck In un' climbed the other slope and came how to run them. The roads would be

traveler from camp-had reached the head for the locomotive which was expected ways and from all quarters.An face to face with the most lovely girl bought, not confiscated, presumably,

mill-yard. due. He wanted to start loading his unexplained snowshoe trail was he could then or afterward remember which would mean twenty to thirty

"For the love -avhe began, turning veneer logs and getting them out to found which led In, from the north having seen in his life. pore billions of national debt.

his amazed stare from the mill to the siding as rapidly as they came from and none knew who had made it The Great brown eyes looked at him. The

Elliott. the woods. He had signed a contract visitor evidently had gone out by roadIn
nose was small,' aristocratic; the mouth Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., and LauraLa
"Yes, a fire, Bird-Eje. Never mind with the time for delivery specifiedand the dead of night
red lipped mobile, he imagined, but Plante-surely you know her-
( that now. Where'd you get your wanted chance of de- "
to run no "Seems to me, Bird-Eye said that
now it was set rather grimly Into an after work on the set near Monte Car-
zM. name? lay.But night, "that I heard 'bout two fellys expression of extreme petulance.He lo's gambling room dressed up and pre-
"Me name! Say, where does anny the repair part was not there. trappin' over fernlnst Squaw lake. .
did not register consciously the sented themselves for an evening's entertainment
man-" "Got the bill of it," the station agent Moight be they ain't trappers a-tall,
of soft wool
knitted toque maroon north
"I mean 'Bird-Eye. Why do they said. "But it hasn't shown up. Oughtto a-tall !" '
well-tailored. Jumper and knickers. The doorkeeper said bluntly : "Yon 1
call you that?" be along tomorrow." Shortly after dinner on the follow I
Impressions leaped at him in ensemble, vork in Monaco not enter
"Oh, that! Why, I looked veneer However, the next day did not bring ing day Ben Elliott set our to Investi- so you may !
than detail a trim, trig, competent "
:
rather -he: gambling rooms. That's the rule.
stuff from Brandon for years ontil I the repairs and the driver of Ben's gate this story of a trappers' camp on J
little figure. To their amazement they did not enter ,
got sick with disgust fer t:' mon." supply team reported the fact to him. Squaw lake, which lay to the north-. "
"Oh he said, when she did not the gambling rooms, although young j
"I see. And you've been on the Hoot "And the agent, he wants to see you, ward of Hoot Owl.
speak. "Oh Why, hello I"! Mr. Fairbanks is said to have threat- :
Owl for three years, haven't you? Know the man added enigmatically. Things were going swimmingly on
,
\ He grinned then, but'no responsivesmile ened to the whole Institution
buy I
the timber pretty well r' "Didn't that piston head come ,yet?" the job. He was a bit ahead even of face
I changed the girl's or even
"I know Ivery quarter stake by Its Ben demanded angrily of the supply the stiff schedule of production he had
!, first name!" teamster after the man's next trip to set for himself, and If the weather held lighted her eyes. Monte Carlo wisdom Is In that rule. I
"How and "Good afternoon, she said brusquely, The Casino spreads money among Mon
much bird's-eye veneer town. reasonably good and he could ,frustrate
birch Is there within draying distance "I told you the agent wanted to see these attempts to slow him' up, he almost sharply. aco's inhabitants, but will not take "

''i:,; of the steel Let's get down to cases. you." would turn the trick which engagedhim TO BE CONTINUED. the Inhabitants' money, and so avoids 1

Do you think there's ten thousand? The other's manner was doggedly for the present Toy Pistol BannedIn trouble. 4 1'I

Or fifty?" mysterious and Elliott, without further It was a good six miles to Squaw 1905 the Indiana legislature thus Another wise ruler Is Mr. Bradley I
"Fifty Naw Tin?"-twisting his questioning, harnessed and drove to lake but he did not follow the most be who owns the tourists' "wide open" 1
banned toy pistols : "It shall unlawful -
head, "Twict that annyhow. 'Nd on Tlncup. direct route. Swung right and left gambling house at Palm Beach, but
for firm companyor
person
twinty-three the' 's another bunch av The agent shook hands cordially and now and then, smiling when he came corporation any to manufacture sell or will not allow natives to lose In his

ut. Scattered all through, too, but nlace. When you gamble, you know,
?
for sale, or give away as a prizeor
bunched, Misther Elliott, loike ye don't expose you lose. If you do not know it, try.
I I
other de-
pistol or
reward, any toy
THE STORY FROM THE BEGINNING
.f. see ut frequent That makes ut easya"
vice for the purpose of exploding capsor
( to git out. wafers containing fulminates or oth- Mussolini has a habit, annoying to
"What I'm getting at is this : With v. Ben Elliott-from "Yonder"-arrives at the lumbering ..own of Tlncup, with Britons especially, of digging up past
the crew I've got could we get thirty DoiStuart, old, very sick man, whom he has befriended. He defeats Bull Duval, er explosive compounds; any person, He Is expected to tell the;
"king of the river," and town bully, in a log-'blrllng contest. Nicholas Brandon, firm, company or corporation so man- ilstory.
thousand out in ten days? tHe town's leading: citizen, resents Stuart's presence, trying to force him to leave ufacturing, selling or offering to sell British : "I want a protectorate over
Bird-Eye shrugged. town and Elliott, resenting the act, knocks him down. Elliott Is arrested and ) such toy pistol or Ethiopia, with a free hand, and I Invite -
"Domn, b'y, but that's a chore! With finds a friend In Judge Able Armitage.. The judge hires him to run the one lum- or give 'away any to remember what happened l
you
this crew av hay tossers?" He shook ber camp, the Hoot Owl that Brandon has not been able to grab. This belongsto other device shall be deemed guilty ofa Germany's colonies after the war. i
;
Dawn McManus, daughter of Brandon's old partner, who has disappeared witha misdemeanor, and, on conviction, to:
his head. "Mebby you could you murder charge hanging over his head. Brandon sends Duval to beat up Ben, shall be fined not less than $10 nor You promised to give Italy her share I
'nd Paul Bunyan. Most men couldn'teven and Ben worsts him in a fist fight and throws him out of camp. Don Stuart dies, be Imprisoned In the It she joined the allies, which she did.
than $50
so much as start. leaving a letter for Elliott "to be used when the going becomes too tough." Ben more or The war ended, and you British gob-
"Walt here I'll see you In a few refuses to open the letter believing he can win the fight by his own efforts. Fire county jail not less than ten days nor all the German colonies worth
minutes." breaks out in the mill. Ben leading the victorious fight against the flames- that more than twenty days." The statute bled up
threatened to win the fight for Brandon. discovers the fire was started with in most communities. having."
has been ignored
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; .:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. I I up there is just get some fellow by J. SV2. COUSE
The CIswislori News 1 ? I the arm and lead him off J. LITTLE '

:: :: ]I corner, then look around
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: TOO LATE TO : i Counselor '
Lau
; and at
Friday in Clewiston, and lean over and whisper Attorney

Florida Published, by every the CLEWISTON NEWS, =!= CLASSIFYRUSSELL =!: II ear so and so is slated for Hopkins Building : .j. fA
Inc. or somebody else is gonna ,
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.. .:. and such. Of course you Wednesdays and Saturdays *5
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Bowden, Editor .. I mot\ to breathe a word of it FLORIDA
Keathley :. f .. 9:30 to 4:00
h ; inside dope
BYIf I'one as it is
:: I :: I straight from a friend in
Entered second class mall mat- : KAY I.

ter February as 1, 1927, at the Post ';' .. 'i' I ernor's office. hour at ................ .. ..................................................................:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
; than .
'.' '.' I In less an :
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under I
the Act of March 3, lS97. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:. I dozen folks will drag you : ..,
a corner somewhere and .tell \ \
I stopped off in Tallahassee the I same darn story that you I 'h:
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. other day and gathered enough I
short time before. Oh boy,
Advertising rates on application. loose talk and rumor to last me all ,. this pickin' '
Devoted to the advancement and I summer. The political prognosticate -' the great old game grapevine! It works )!) CLEWISTON 60LF i! I;i;

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry are just naturally runnin' hog I I those cock-eyed chain ,
County. wild up there. You can't stop io buya I a 'heck of a lot quicker. I .,.
cocoa-cola or get a haircut but Dave had just left on a

--.--- t what some wise guy starts tellin' I Washington the day I ai lj I COURSE j
the low-down, off-the-record inside -
you
There are rumors that the new recreation everyone I met had to
dope on this or that. he went and what I Ih
actly why
park: will be started soon as I ''h
a Works-Relief project. It cannot be Of course these wise-acres don't gonna do up there. .:.
know any more about it than you And then a :!: I i
started too soon. guy come I, .- :alb-. ::
', -.-- do, but they live in this atmosphereof ter me and says, "Hey, did : ;'- I.:"
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gossip and wild rumor until they Gilbert 8)A I i. '
about Freeman
Clewiston will be host to another ; : .!.
Do to get to actually thinkin' everything for Secretary of State?" I .:.
motorcade Sunday. part
your
they hear' Is true. "Where did ::: : :i:
make these visitors from the West says you .
All you gotta do for excitement I hooey?" I i
Coast feel at home and enjoy their
visit here. ____ I "It ain't hooey," he says,
SWEETEST AND just talkin to a friend who ( Open to the Public i :

Young John Jacob Astor is said to SADDEST WORDS inside, and", he says it's a ::
"Well, I says, "now I'll
be buying a yacht in which to go
Different folks have different -did you ever hear about -
to work on: his $25 a week job. h
ideas as to what constitutes sweetness nin' for governor? "No",
When he starts out to paddle his! \
and sadness. Here is one group "You ain't, are you? v
own canoe he picks out some canoe., "
gathered and put together by some- "Of course I'm not, I
body who tried out the varying ideasof I'm tellin' you that if f fI
Don't forget to watch for the total i is runnin' for .
man
various folks: ,.'I'<1'.. : .1 < -
eclipse of the moon Monday Three Sweetest Words State, well then I'm !. \ :::
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night. Show is scheduled to start at "I love you." governor on the same I I .

9:30' and nature is seldom very far "Enclosed, find check." Not that I don't ,think Moderate Green Fees 'I I :!::
off when staging something of the ."Let me help." I would make a good ,
kind. "Dinner is served "" i it happens that I know :: Exceptional Fairways I ::

"Vacation with pay." /I'm takin' all bets that if I '.'

Dave Newell, of Leesburg, has an "Keep the change." j.$ I has any'competition it :: interesting Greens :!:
"Showers and cooler." Freeman.
article in this week's Saturday Even- I
"All is forgotten." %, Then there is the guy
ing Post ,on panther hunting in the
'Glades. That 'is One story you may "Have a drink." .Jt up to you and says he's .
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and read be about sure the that Everglades it is typical.county Three"This Saddest way out.Words" something(Continued that is on gonna Page I ....................................'.........................................i...............................................................................

"One hour parking."

How many folks here knew that "Not sufficient funds."

Clewiston had an amateur radio sta- "Buy me one."

tion strong enough to pick up sig- "In the rough." tank talk
nals so faint they were not heard by "Zero weather expected." > : I

the larger stations on the east coast. "No help wanted." oj ,.\ LET
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"Twins this time.
Our congratulations to Mr. Davis
for there is no doubt that he saved "External use only." YOUR'r

five people from several days of anxiety -Leesburg Commercial.

and suffering_ if, not from actual AUTOMOBILE; ACCIDENTS- I
death. ,

A LEGISLATOR CONFESSES Inattention and indifference are PUT ME ON[ A GULF '} '

listed as the main cause of automo-
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bile accidents, declares Governor '
Wm. Griffis, editor of the Okee- Sholtz's Committee on Public Safety DIET FOR JUST 3

chobee News and also a member of with inattention as the chief

the state legislature, in a three column cause. In one of its "Safe Driving" W KS-AND I'LL

article, in the last issue of his urges, the committee says that 35-
paper, opens his heart and makes a 000 people were killed in 1934, ,t
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complete confession, enumerating in more than\.1,000,000 injured, 100- OPEN YOUR EYES :::..: .. .

detail his conduct during the ses- 000 of whom were permanently in-

sion. Space forbids us from repro- ured."Don't. '

ducing the entire article; but here is depend on your having the

a 'portion of at: right of way in traffic, the other N\

"If you have never been a member fellow may think he has it, too," the -

of the Florida Legislature then my committee says. "The right way is

advice is: Don't. I spent 84 days better than the right of way and

away from home---61 of them at- the right, way is the safe way of
IF YOUR tank hasn't held Gulf
tending the Legislature. It cost me driving a car.,.A""l lot of drivers who gas
lately, it and see what it can do.
$615 to attendthe session and I had the right of way are to be foundin try
drew $425.85 for the Gl days and I cerneteiies. And when life is endangered Inside of 3 weeks, you'll check the
I_ 20 three-cent stamps each day. there can be no questionof findings made by 750 car owners who

;. "From the day I was 'nominated the right way. Possession may be recently took up this offer. :> r' ; ;:

;M'. until the session::: convened it cost in nine points of the law but the law They tried That Good Gulf Gasoline '.' ',. :
.' ,telegrams, postage, long distance can't do very much for the victim in in their cars 3 weeks-checked' it for r :
'
phone calls, hotel bills, meals and the morgue even if he has been mileage, starting, pick-up, power, all- rrr ; ',
1. tips attending various and sundry within his legal rights in trying to around performance. '

f'r: meetings, $380, besides being side cross ahead of the other fellow." 7 out of 10 found Gulf better on one or .

t' for a month with flu caused from ex- Inattention might include exces- more of these 5 points-many on all five! t ;.
posure. I have paid the drug bill for sive speeding on the streets and
Why? Gulf is 5 good gasolines in one!
: that month's illness, but I still ,
owe highways. Such a driver is paying
Controlled refining gives it not only
Dr. Lingo for his rervices. The last no attention to the safety of
other 1 but all of
2 or 3- five qualities a perfect
three weeks of the Legislature I lost motorists. He is in reality
gasoline. .
t 12 pounds in weight. I lost much ent to the safety of others indiffer-I S
Start tank on a Gulf diet today. I.
i' your
sleep well
as
as many: meals while as his own.
1.
., In 3 weeks you'll be a Good Gulf fan. ....
f. attending committee meetings. More care in driving over the ,

r-fl "On my way home I suffered an I highways will reduce the numberof GULF REFINING COMPANYQ

attack of ptomaine. poisoning in accidents and the number of ap-

,.'. Jacksonville: costing in, medicine plications for cemetery lots. The
:: hotel bills and doctor bills another 'people seem to pay little attention I Ito |I What parking hint can F ,, rS + ih r'
: $50. I lost three months' salary, : safe driving campaigns and authorities save you gasoline? You'll + ,
," adding $450.00 to 'my other losses.:; are up against a stone wallas find the answer in this Gulf .

"None of these amounts take into to what now should be done to Booklet, plus 14 other valuable ; ,,r ,, 'l J a i ; .,
,: consideration the economy hints.Free-at 'Qf ,
cost of being nominated lessen the Automobile accidents. ,
, 3,' -and r received 425.85! The Grim Reaper's toll can be less- the Sign of the Orange Disc.

The pocketbook: flat and the old 'ened but that is' not going tp be accomplished -

physical constitution was' drained to.1 until i speeders, the inattentive -

a lew ebb. While ;away I lost the and the !indifferent, realize -
r pale of a piece of. property that [ that the accomplishment is one \I
I THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE
would have grossed $6,500, half in which 1 they must play an import
cash. And no one".can sneeze at that ant role. Sanford Herald \
:- ,sum:! of money these days! The roof .:..

on the Mews building gave out and THE JOKE OX TIlE SCIENTIST

.It had to be re-roofed, on credit, I ,,--.- --

while I was in Tallahassee. I The following questions, part of .;.,:N:..:..:..:..:..: : :..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NN:.:N..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-
"Have I any suggestions to make?j. a highway scientific intelligence

Yes. Here they: are: test, are catch questions, supposedly Gult-Lube Oil and all other ::
"Let the Legislature meet at Rai-I unanswerable until recently when a You will find the new :

i. ford behind prison bars. Use! the bright University of Iowa graduate j .-{;
t prisoners for attaches } '.' '"
and thus save confounded the scientists:

4.t; the taxpayers about $200,000 in the 1.-How long is a piece of string? GOOD GULF PRODUCTS At
21 ,needless employment of useless at- 2.-How far can a dog run into the .
: taches. Close the prison gates so the woods? ::: .:.
-" members cant' get put until they get His answers were as follows: .

f'<'" through, and so the lobbyists can't I 1.-A piece of string is twice as Service Station !_
t Sugarland
Ji. ;
:.,:' get in. Treat them like jurors, put.J long as the distance between its .
guards over them, to protect them center and either end. .

from the lobbyists and from theraselv -, 2.-A dog can run only halfwayinto :*: Glenn Etherton, Prop. ::

s. They'd get through in less the woods; after that he's .:. :
tha 60 day then and at much le:s running out of the woodsSt. t S ..i X

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FRIDAY ....--.-.-. ., -, '
JULY 19311" .
12, THE CLEWISTON NEWS :' PAGE FIVE /J

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.:..:..:..:..:..:,.:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Williams, of FRIENDLY BIBLE CLASS I for a dime, some of whom were no AbCJtUT: ':JCI :
Canal Point, visited in Clewiston HOLDS SOCIAL .MEETING doubt lured ,
I5y curosity to see what Is
Everyone architect of his own
:t? Personal MentionV :: Monday as they returned from two -- kind of a meal the ladies would fortune.

i' ) ,.:..............................................................................-.!.. weeks vacation in New York. the:Mrs.social'V. W. Perry of was the hostess to serve for ten cents. None were disappointed -
# meeting Friendly or went away hungry for avery
f ** .,:. Charlie Turner is visiting in High Mr. and Mrs Tom O'Brien and Bible class of the Community churchat ; nice menu had been preparedand I IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION. PAID? >
Springs. children, Tom, Jr., and'Betty, of her home Monday afternoon. plenty of it for everyone.
. Baltimore, Md., are visiting In Sewing for the ,Sunday School The regular business meeting was

Ed Clark is spending his vacation Clewiston and Moore Haven. rooms was done by the ladies duringthe also held on the same day in con- L. B. MershonAGENT
.i In Bradenton. meeting and iced tea, sandwiches ." nection with the luncheon. The Aug-
Holmes Rich has been transferred and cookies were served by the ust meeting will be held at the homeof

Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr.? is visiting in from Pahokee to Clewiston and will hostess. The next meeting will be I Mrs. James E. Beardsley with
,.' Abbeville, Ga. be at work in the drafting room at held with Mrs A. H. King on the Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart as joint host New York Life '
I -- the U. S. Engineer sub-office Mon- second Monday in August. ess. .

C. E. Nail was a business visitor day morning. Those present were: Mrs. J. W Insurance Company

..: in Miami this week.T. Bruce, Mrs. R. F. Paxton, Sr., Mrs. NAMES OF SCOUTS TO
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rogero are ex-: V. A. Allen, Mrs. A. V. Southard ATTEND JAMBOREE ANNOUNCED ARCADIA, FLORIDA

.. B. Shelley was a business visitor pecting their daughter, :Miss Faus Mis. B. E. Herring, Mrs. A. H. King,
in Miami this week. tina Rogero and Miss Betty Flowers, Mrs. Grover C. Poole, Mrs. H. R. The names of the seventeen boysof
iJ J of Jacksonville, Saturday, to spend Hall, Mrs. C. M. Littlejohn, Mrs. L. the Royal Palm Council who will ;
'; Mrs. L. A. Turner is visiting in about a week with them. I E. Cox, Miss S. E. Pittman, Mrs. I. attend the National Boy Scout Jamboree I
'j Okeechobee City this week.E. M. Pafford and Mrs. O. H. Roberts. in Washington August .21-30 ESTIMATES REQUEST FURNISHED ON
Miss Dorothy Moeller of Miami I were announced July 4 at Camp Ro

E. Kelley was a business visitor visited with Mr. apd Mrs. A. p.1 I BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR paco by H. O. Kight, council 'executive I
IRENE LILLIAN NEIGHBORS C. E. STEBEL
in Jacksonville this week. Wynn and family for several days I They are as follows:

last week. James Wynn returned Miss Irene Lillian Fort Myers-Troop 9, Henry Electrical Contracting r .
Neighbors
of
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman went with her to Miami: for a visit. I' Briggs and Waldo Farabee; Troop
.' Pensacola entertained a. number of
to Tampa and Orlando for the 1th. friends with 1, Herbert Marsh, Dick Bishop and PHONE 2121
a last
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. party Wednesday
Ezelle'return
,
Johnny Maker with
Frances
afternoon, July 3,' at the home of Magill l PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
; : Mrs. E. L. Stewart left Wednesday Wednesday night from a two I alternate.. delegate.
r' to visit relatives weeks visit with relatives in Ala- her grandmother, Mrs. E. J. Rogero,
in Macon, Ga.
for
Agent
the Arcadia-Troop 24, Virgil Christ
bama occasion being her ninth birth-
and Georgia. They brought I I I
day. and P. Z. Pickens; Troop 7, Ralph GENF RA I. ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
C. V. Parkinson spent several home with them Dr. Ezelle's sister, i I LaBlanche. I :
A pink and white color scheme
days this week at Fort Myers Beach. Irene, from Graceville, Fla. I : RANGES AND
.... i i M, ... was carried out in the favors and in Punta Gorda-Trop 5, Bennie APPLIANCESYou
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the refreshments of ice cream and Malone, LeRol McCall and Dickey
Mr.. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Digges and
cake. A peanut hunt was enjoyed, Kinney.
spent the week-end visiting in Mi\ children, Josephine and Bill, Mr.
ami. and,' Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. Cy Margaret VonMach winning high Boca Grande-Troop 13, Nor-I
Cruze, Miss Jewell Russell and Carl prize and Nancy Wright winninglow mand Holland and John Black. .,. ......

I .. L.' \ Mr. and. Mrs. V. A. Allen were in Johnson were among those attend- prize. Clewiston-Troop 23, Billy Owen. I
Guests were: Sue VonMachMar- Wreck 'Em
s1 West Palm Beach Saturday after- ing the baseball game at Frostproof Moore Haven-Troop 16, Eugene I
Sunday. garet VonMach, Julia Ann Oglesby,
,:: r noon. I II Anne Pafford, Nancy Wright, Millie Voihees and Richard Yoder. I We Fix 'Em

IJ Bourne, Betty McDuffie, Harriet LaBelle-Reason Hampton. I
Mr. I '
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bradnack and Mrs. Edmund C. Knight,
;: Alston, John Poole, Solon Mills and Scoutmaster William C. Persons i
spent the week-end in West Palm of Vicksburg, Miss., spent Thursday PAINTING BODY AND
P \ Beach. J visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford.Mr. E. C. Mills, Jr., and Hugh Neigh- of Punta Gorda will be in charge I I FENDER WORK
\ Knight is bors. of the Jamboree troop: Scoutmaster I
connected with the U. I TOPS SEAT COVERS
i Mr. and Mrs. V. H. McCarter have S. Engineer office of that city and I Dan McEachren, of Boca Grande, 1 UPHOLSTERYDone
A moved to Pahokee to make their is spending his vacation making a COMMUNITY CHURCH NOTES will have charge of the scout exhibit I -
11 home. tour of Florida.Mr. -" for this council; William A. Nsal bj An E\i>eit
The subject of the Junior Sermon. will be council representative and Courteous Service

W Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger\ and Mrs. F. M. Wright and I Sunday morning will be "A Square H. 0. Kight, scout executive will Work Guaranteed.

:, have been visiting 'in Jacksonville daughter, Nancy, visited Camp Ro- Shooter". Come and learn about complete the adult leadership. I Prices Reasonable. I II
t paco, Boy Scout I
Alva
recently. camp near him.On
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Fl
Sunday. Billy Owen returned home Sunday: evening the subject of DAILY VACATION BIULE| 'I

Miss Marcia Avant and Joe Cato with them after a week in camp, the sermon will be, "Clear Vision". SCHOOL ENDS FIRST WEEK PIONEERService ,J

:t visited Miss Ulla Jacobson in Tampa while Francis Wright will remain Let us continue to help along the I --. I. : Station
Sunday. ,Irl for the second week. success of the services by our good i I The Daily Vacation Bible School
attendance.One being held under the auspices of the I BELLE GLADE PHONE 10

!rl M. E.' VonMach and children, Mrs. H. R. Knight,her daughter, week of Daily Vacation Bible Community Church started :Monday ;! (i Wrecker Service at All Hours 'i

Margaret and Edward, visited in Miss Ruth Knight, son, Harry and Schol has gone by with highly grati- morning and from an enrollment of ... ,
"- "'''''; ; "'O'::
:.:'4 Miami this week. brother Paul Hendry have moved to fying results. We have learned much only twelve the first morning has o.
!i Clewiston to make their home, hav- 'and have had /a happy time at it. increased steadily until there is said I I

I .! Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mowry and ing rented a house in Sagamore Monday-morning at 8:30 we launch to be a good attendance at tlje end .:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :
,....; son,' John," 'are visiting relatives in Court. Mrs. Knight is the mother of into our last week. Let us make this of the first week and much more .. y, !
Granite City, Mo. Mrs C. E. Miner and R. H. Knight. week as successful as the last. God'sworld. Come interest being shown. t ::i: New ,and U se d':i': I I!
',' and be happy learning ,about Next week will conclude the two- I

: 1 Mrs. M. E. Yenawine and Miss PIONEERS HOLD MEETING week session and it is hoped that :<: FURNITUREBELLE ::: !
j' Viola Yenawine spent Friday in HONORING INDEPENDENCE DAY ROBERT F. PAXTON, Jr. there will be as large or larger attendance
>j West Palm Beach and this week be made ,. .i'
i : On July 3 the Pioneers had a spe- LADIES AID LUNCHEON even more successful than the week ',' '."

. 6'Ji.Mr.. and Mrs. Foster Meredith and ciay meeting in honor of Independence IS GREAT SUCCESS past.. :: GLADE :: i

, Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith Day. After singing a number
spent
} the week-end in Miami. of patriotic songs, Abie Cowart re- The pot luck luncheon served by The Standard Oil Company is I :: FURNITUFE COMPANY ::

... .- cited the Scripture lesson from the Ladies Aid of the Community building a new station in Punta X *
memory and Johnny Poole church at the home of Mrs. W. F. Gorda, Florida I
Mr. and Mrs M. J. .Hirsh and Dr. sang a costing $6,500. .;- Belle Glade Florida 'i'y
I
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solo. Simpson Thursday considered
was
I
and
"-; Mrs. J. G. Niblack spent the y
4th at Fort Myers Beach Arthur King made an interesting I quite a success with more than seventy Modem CaveAt cveters! I :;: Next Door To Theatre :i;
talk to the group on "Our Flag." people taking advantage of the I X
Mrs Hansel McDuffie opportunity to secure a good meal Jehel GjMihiu (Tripoli). the Bei. . .v . . . . .
and
daughter' '
left Wednesday for a visit with MRS. NEBIKER ENTERTAINS, ber !Inhabitant0 RPP MIIrave dwellers I :
:: T -l-elatives: WITH TEA FOR VISITORS -- --
I ; in Sycamore, Ga.
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and Mrs.\ Mrs H. R.J. Hall E. Beardsley Mrs. Leah Spicer spent with Mis.a tea F. at J. her Nebiker home on entertained the Government :.':. :.: I FOR SALE: :.s;: .:..: I,

[. Tuesday in West Palm Beach. reservation Thursday after- .!. :i: IV"" .!: .:.
I noon honoring Mrs: Glenn Sears and

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dotterer returned Mrs. E. G. McFadden, who are visit- 'Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment iH
Sunday from a week's visit 'ng relatives here.Refreshments I
in South Carolina with relatives. of ice CrEam and :. I:' .:.
cake were served to Mrs. G.yle Mc- I. yI I + +

Miss Marcia Avant and Mrs. Hubert Fadden, Mrs. H. C. Kolstadt, Mrs.F. I ':- YY ':" 'a'y

Land spent Thursday afternoon M. Wright, Mrs. Glenn, Scars and I ; YYi
?
r in Okeechobee visiting Mr. Land. -Irs.- E. G. McFaddcn.MRS. $ Af t *
I :i: + :i: :i:

:. Mis. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. G. H. : PETERSON GIVES BRIDGE .;. ::: .i.: ,.;,
AT .. ''1''
HOME ON '' :
RESERVATIONMrs. :
II. Small and Mrs. Carl H. Berner spent ::: :i: ::I:::
i a day in West Palm Beach recently. : :
\, :::;. M. P. Prterson was hostes" I :: ::
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Maj. R. H Collins has returned at a delightful bridge party Wednes-:: ; I .
I ..1 from New Jersey where he has been day afternoon At the home on the I I.:: :: 1 :: =!:

visiting relatives for the past month. Government reservation.! Five tablesof ::' .'. 5t15t -S. I 'H.
: I
t 1 Carawan Nelson:-U.. S. engineer bridge were in play and a numberof I .y:'' ..'.. J 'yy.,'. '',,''

from the Jacksonville district office, tea guests were present. .:' .:.' r .ii:. ..
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''I was in Clewiston, this week.'on .busi- The house was beautifully deco- 'i' .:. XX

ness. : rated with tiny :yellow zinnias.: A y .:. .:...it
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I salad course rerved : : :
was. by the host
.
Mrs. R. N. Smith and son, Bobbie, ,'. c. ?.. 'y.-
j I left Saturday for an extended visit ess at the conclusion of play. -.::' .:. ii '\,e'I'

::1 with Mrs: Smith's parents in Savan- Mrs. J. E, Beardsley; was presented .:. y .j,'I'. '.
nah, Ga., with a hostess tray as high scot ':' :' I yAI' '' .J.

prize; Miss Viola Yena\YinQ was second ..1'+ I '( .:.

I Jo Mrs.Ann M., returned H. Crouch Tuesday and daughter from, high and received a fancy I' ,. I,1 I t414, I ; LJr ,y:.. .'..

I visits in New York, North Carolinaand guest towel; Mrs. H. 1 R. Hall, lour, -'i IY f ,.. .

Georgia.Mr. was presented with a novelty ashtray .'.IY.. '!k "j' ..

and Mrs. I. M, Pafford receives I :::j::: diet j1, l.r l. :. 'i.:',. : ; ,: r'fi: r'' :: :;:
and Mrs. F. E. Bryant, of ,S.I':' ) 5 \5 Q;", :",, ,.,....' \:.M-.f.. >."', '.," ;; .i... :..
the cut prize!:, a .Ii '" A'' '_! ..
Palm Beach, spent the holidays with perfume bottlp. :. ,..; .. ,' :>> < "'r :
.'.,.:. .' f ,", $ o.I.; '' .:.
their daughter, Mrs. F. Deane Duff Guests playing were: Mr::;. F. :M. ':" 'i' I ":,*,,t' f't.<; .
1.!'", and Capt. Duff. Wright, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. C. E, .:. .' ':'

(J.a Nall, Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. V. A. I A yI .
Mrs. Robert George, Mrs. Hubert Allen, Mrs. Grover C. Poole, Mrs. Y
Land, Hansel Avant and Edwin H. A. Bestor, Mrs. H. G. Peters, Mrs. :: :;: Pay The Balance Like Rent :!=
Ward visited in Miami I H. R. Hall
Sunday with Mrs J. W. Bruce, Mrs.
Miss Roberta George. : W. F. Simpson, Mrs I. M. Pafford, I n: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES ilI ;
Mrs. C. E. Trainor, Mrs M. E, Yen- '
Mrs. C. F. Trainor and Mrs. JohnB. awine, Mrs. J. A. Rumbley, Mrs. C.I : :;: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME ; :::

Dotterer accompanied Mr. and L. Downs, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. I
Mrs. A. A. Munroe and Mrs. C. E. B. C. Flanlken, Mrs. J. E. Beardbley H Clewiston Home Building Association U J
Nail to Miami Beach today where and Miss Viola Yenawine. Tea

Mr. and Mrs. Munroe and Mrs. Nan guests were: Mrs. R. H. Collins, .'. .:. ':'
will remain for ten days at the Mrs. F. J. Nebiker, Mrs. Z. II. Shelley .J. .', PHOl't'"E 102 ':.I
beach. and Mrs. A. V. Southard.



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FOR AFTERNOON,


OUR COMIC SECTION AND PATTERN 0320 .V', ,.'.


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THE FEATHERHEADS ,!S.Sgr The Old Story BELLSY
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WELL-HERE COMES / NOT S4 GooD, -(-THATS A L L E -c .\ ./,

THE FISHERMAN HOME BUY- RI Gt TGOT r
ANY LUCK ? .
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/ OJYJl Binks bought a new shirt, and on
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ono found the name and address of a girl
n with the words, "Please write and
send photo." Scenting a romance, he
II I wrote tc the girl and sent his photo.In .
tII due course he received a reply.It .
was only a note. "My chum and I
had, a bet on," It read, "as to what
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N sort of a fellow would wear a shirt
like that. My chum said a dude, I
said a shrimp, and I'm glad to say I

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you an Irresistible picture of dainty fem.
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If: a FINNEY OF THE FORCE o yR:,.<2sSSL: Wind Breaker hear that Jenkins and his wife 'oke.and dainty loose flaring sleeves \
....... had a row over the kind of car they that lend grace to any arm. Just to
should buy : he wanted an. open one make the picture more complex and i
and she a closed one. Anyhow the Interesting the notched collar and '
incident is now closed." belt detail ,inject a tailored note. ;
"So is the car-Jaw her in It this You'll find the dress a joy to make, I

.. morning."-Tit-Bits Magazine. and there's a real thrill In picking I
and choosing from the wealth of suit
V' Geneological Survey able fabrics offered. The sheer cot-;
Curious wish could find out how tons are lovely.

many relatives I have. Pattern 0320 may be ordered' onlyin
Cynic-Why that's the easiest thingin sizes 12, 14, 1G. 18, 20, 30, 32, 34,
the world-just buy a summer cot 36, 38, 40 and 42. Size 16 requires
tage. 3% yards 30 inch fabric.
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Daughter-Maybe. What was she NUMBER and SIZE.
", good at? Send your order to Sewing Circle
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FEEBLE NEITHER.( WAS THAT -. I
TAKE ME {'E'Z'AU.J'1 > :: I-ADY )
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ACROSS THE \ OR HARD O HEAROR. !) I KNOW
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to the fullest extent of the law" !
ME-LIKE (A DID ) n Trout Fisherman-Sure I do.

1 f HER Irate Owner-Well, sir! Don't yon 1

v\\ know that It means just what it ,
says?

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Ha!
"If I marry you, you'll have tv
give up your job."
I I II l O "But, dear man, don't
my you
her
gj He-A woman never knows own
\\ (( mind. seem to realize" you're in the Twentieth -

<: She-True, that Is why she marriesso century.
many boobs. "No, but I know the man you're /'
working for." .
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Devil Incarnate
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.w.psp.r UeIopt Sunday Schol Teacher-Johnnie, I WNU-7 27-35f.

I wish you would explain who Satan Is.

She Knew Bobby Alert Supervision"Here's Too Bad Johnnie-There Isn't any Satan. It's

t "Mother, have I been a good boy late. a picture," said the art expert Friend-I suppose you have your just your daddy-the same as Santa
ly?" "that cost"the artist the price of share of doubtful bills on your books? Claus.-Pathfinder Magazine.

', "Yes, Bobby, you have been a very his daily bread for paint, brushes and Merchant I only wish they were.
:- good boy" canvas. Now it's worth many thou There's no question about most of Could Mean Only Her
x, "And do you trust me, mother?" sands of dollars." them. Dick-1 dreamt last night that I was
ati .' "Why, of course I trust you, son." "Humph !1" exclaimed Senator Sorg proposing to the most beautiful womanIn
l "Then why do you go on hiding the hum. "We finance regulators should WISE BOY the world.
f. jam?" see about this. It's obviously anothercase Doris-Oh, how darling! And did J
.' of 'reckless speculation:" say yes?-Stray Stories Magazine. a

t. BEND DOWN SISTER
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Unstretchahle Phraseological"Is
Son-Mother, these pants you made your radio man a precise gram-
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for me are too tight. They are even marian?" ___
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tighter than my skin. "I don't know," answered Mr. Dustin :

l\Iothcr-Don't say silly things like Stax. "What we need In. our businessIs _
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that. You know they couldn't be that an epigra mmarlan.
tight.
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Son-But they really are, mother. Girls Again
Fat Lady-bug-Miss Wasp, 1 wish I can bend-over In my skin, but I can'tIn "1 read in a book that Apollo was \

you'd tell me your diet for keeping. these pants.-Capper's, Weekly. "It's generous of you, Bob, to wish chasing a nymph and she turned intoa r t
your girlish figure. "
me luck In my engagement to the girl I tree.
She Craved Repairs cut you out of." "He was lucky. The one I'm chas-
Missed Hester had been In a railroad acci "My boy, don't mention It. I wish ing always turns into a Jewelry shopor
Teacher (after recess-Percy, why dent. The lawyer had Just called. you luck because I know you'll need it" a restaurant.-Pearson's Weekly.
are you crying? "What you-all want?" she asked. I 1
Percy-Harold kicked me In. the "I've come," said the lawyer, "to as- They Won't Literary Light
stomach. sist you In getting damages." She-I'm sure there are many girls "She says her husband Is a literary
Teacher-Harold, did you mean to "Damages, my foot 1" shouted Hester. who could make you happier than I light
kick Percy In the stomach? "1 done got all the damages I wants- could "Yes, but he can't hold a candle to _

Harold-Naw. He. turned around what I craves is repairs.AmericanLegion He-That's Just the trouble. They her when it comes to sputtering.
Just when I.kicked. "
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the national tongue, Pathfinder UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL


$ "Ideal". Man or Woman? Magazine.But He's a PeatA 'TILyPOULTS SUNDAY I LessonBy


'; J pessimist seldom knows he Is
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one. REV. P. 'B. FITZWATER D. D.
Member of Faculty, Moody Bible
beautiful the girl who takes him the word MUST HAVE Institute of Chicago
'. '. What happens when the most on Western Newspaper Union.

C girl weds the ideal man? They I "ideal." PROPER ATTENTION

.t \ :' are, of course, the leading characters Success in marriage so often depends -
the matter of viewpoint Lesson for
.i: In every adolescent's dream. I just on July 14

The trouble is that In real life they The relationship, of what we Several Valuable Pointers by

, don't often seem to get together, remarks have got with what we expected NAOMI .

: a commentator on events and plays a no less part than the actual Poultry Expert.:

things. fundamental qualities of the people 'LESSON TEXT-Ruth 1:14-22; 4:14-

.. '. But for once they have. A reader involved. That is why marriages of By Colorado: 17.GOLDEN TEXT-A
woman that fear-
sends us the following item from a fairly mature people, neither of whom The raising of turkey poults Is different eth the Lord, she shall be praised.
has been coddled into expecting all Proverbs .
which reads like a fairytale 31:30.PRIMARY
newspaper In some respects than raising baby l
life's plums to, fall Into their laps, TOPIC-A Happy Family"
j : chicks: and there are a number of pertinent JUNIOR TOPIe-
t ,: "Northwestern university today are so often more successful than points that should be' carefully Home. faklng a Happy ::

0 was the scene of what undergraduates the great romances. .. considered Suggestions to turkey INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP. !
believed was just about the From the bottom of our hearts, -Living Our Religion.
raisers are:
the most beautiful YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- i!
romance good wishes for Pimples '
most perfect college any- '
1C
1. Baby poults are much slower In -Making Religion: Attractive.
and the ideal Also !
girl man. warn-
"
'could ask for.
body to fat than clucks; and a great
their, will be not Gone learning 1", In /
ing that happiness Completely teaching this lesson It will
"Tlie'eng of the i be necessary -
gement :young
t '. deal of patience has to'. ]be; practiced o'-
I.j/, ":'" ;: i I',: .,'" lady, voted the campus' 'most beau gratuitous, that they will have to I sometimes In order to get them started. to cover the entire book of
work'at least hard for it the Ruth
as as ,
tiful' and :'most popular' coed, to, the After Using Cuticura Ordinarily a good mash placed before I

ra man selected as the university's rest of us. Soap and Ointment"My them will attract them. When milkIs : I I. Naomi's .Sojourn.- in Moab. ,(Ruth t
Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service.World' 1:1, 2). !
\ 'Ideal man,' was announced. used as first feed, young poults will i

I. Do you; think," asks the reader face broke out with pimples not readily take to other feeds. Judah On account of famine. In the land of ..J
I Many Languages Naomi with her husband, and
who sent in the clipping, "that they There are almost 3,000 individual that came from surface Irritation 2. Plenty of hoppers or feeding two sons emigrated to the land of 1
have more chance for happiness than and were quite large. It Itched and Is essentiaL I
in the world to space Moab. It Is ;
according
languages strangely Inconsistent for
a burned and at night would Itch so
.! the ordinary couple? the French Academy of Arts and 3. Poults are rapid growers and require a man whose name means "my God is
the
badly I would scratch and pim
I am sorry to pour cold water on a ration that will analyze 25 to King," who' has t
Sciences, although the most of them ples finally turned into eruptions.My a wife whose name Is
romance. But in my opinion this favored are of local significance only. There : face was disfigured for the time 30 per cent protein. They require a "the pleasant one," and who lives in

couple starts with ,a handicap. I are' four, English, French, German being; I looked as if I .had 'the great deal more green feed right from a town which means "house of bread,"

'The "most beautiful girl" and theE and Spanish, which stand out as measles. the start than do chicks. to sojourn In the enemy's country on

j /h.:, "ideal man" will-expect a' ,great deal world languages. English, spoken or "Then I read about Cuticura Soap 4. Any skimping of rations to poultsIs account of famine at home.

+,.,, : of each other., If the rose-colored understood by at least 200,000,000 and Ointment 'and sent for a free a mistake. There Is a close relation- II. Naomi's Bereavement (Ruth 1:3- I..
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. 9' glasses of love can find perfection people, easily leads them all. FrenchIs sample. I got great results so I ship between the amount and kind of 5). '

: in the ordinary run of us- which It the traditional tongue of diplo- bought more, and I ,used only two feed a bird consumes' and Its growthand After the death of her husband, her

I is difficult to live up to in, the hard, mats, society and literature. It af- cakes of Cuticura Soap and one' condition at market time. two sons married Moabltish women.In .

revealing light of every day-how fects about 120,000,000 people. Ger-. box of Cuticura Ointment and the 5. Poults are apt to ,crowd and pile a short time, her sons also died. -
much more complicated the' task' of is' understood This Is a dreary picture-three widowsIn
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man spoken or by be
pimples were completely gone. up In corners at night and must .
those who have aroused even greater'eXJlecta about 110,000,000 and is the the same home In a short time. '
persons brooder house
(Signed) Miss :Mayme Michelsen, watched. A light In the .
: lons? main speech of the Balkans and cen- Weeping Water, Neb will help In keeping them spread out. III. Her Return to Bethlehem (Ruth

The most beautiful girl cannot re- tral A great deal of scientific 1 :C-22.
] Europe. Soap 25c., Ointment 25c and ,,50c. 6. Burlap sacks: spread around the
main enchanting for every hour of1 and technical literature is in Talcum 25c. Sold everywhere. One roost Having heard that the Lord had visIted -
brooder at night for poults to on, '
r day the "ideal man" will hay German. Spanish affects about 75- his people In Judah In giving them
\ every ;, sample each free. Address : "Cuti and removed In the' morning are a
: moments of being downright human 000,000, mostly In the Central and cura Laboratories, Dept. B, Maiden : great convenience In keeping' the bread, Naomi decided to return to_ her

-which will seem 'pretty terrible to J South ,American countries, where it 1\Iass.-Adv. brooder house clean. Young poults will home land. After she had experienced! r
v chastisement she returned
start roosting at about three weeks of
1. Ruth accompanies her. When ,


III : .. ,: : : D1 ? t? @ &fi9 slides for a putouts I age Housed If low roosts Birds are Eat provided.More, Moab the for time, Ruth a distance.came and for Orpah Naomi She frankly accompaniedher 'to go placed from '



.tF; ,0 Feed and Lay More Eggs before them the difficulties which 'y
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,':"t f SPEED IT UPW 'r ter would confront them, and repeatedly"r
HELP! 4 HOLDUP. <{i: : xir rxF'S Experiments conducted In several
CJ urged them to turn back. '
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-, "; .,. HE SKIPPED OUT NAY I DI PTu sections of the United States indicate
1 I NIM i : a. No' chance to marry again. She
THE BACK WAY
that If housing conditions, rations, and
,:, reminded Ruth and Orpah that she
,management are satisfactory, higher
had no more sons for whom they could
egg production might be expected from 1.

I' confined layers than from those given wait. 1

: 1 free range." Birds that are housed will b. Their heathen gods must be re-
nounced ( 15). She made it
v. quite
.
mash which
; < eat more grain and are
J, ',':" :"f\, ,(: necessary for high egg production. clear to them that idolatry could not r

.'. I be practiced In' the land'where, God's '
\ The eggs produced by confined birds people dwelt. .

# will probably have paler yolks than
r'' c. Though Orpah went back Ruth
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birds free
those laid by on range.
LOOKOUTS
stood the test Her mind was fully ,
HE'S GOT A i Green feed adds color to the egg yolk. '
made She was willing to
accept
up.
::}' GUN I The egg buyer in the city prefers eggs
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as her God the' One who was able to
with pale yolks.
.. produce in his subjects the nobilityof
r'' Then, too, If the birds eat an excess '
4 character she observed in Naomi.
.' amount of green grass, the flock may '
2. Naomi's Her arrival .
; i reception.
; lay what we commonly call "grass '
fj made a stir in Bethlehem. The people
: ,(, 1,. ; eggs." The yolks: of these eggs havea
recognized her and perceived a marked ,
the' ,
green cast and are rejected by .,
buyer change wrought in her. Ten years of ,_. -
: critical explains C. O. Dossin,
'; ,; such trials would make a noticeable <;'
of the
'j.. ,.... THATS ONE FOR THE BOOK poultry extension specialist but ;
change even outwardly, the change ;.
.: '/ OLD OIZ GETS A PUTOUT ON Pennsylvania State college. '
was mainly Inward. She asked;: that ,:
A HOOK SLIDE \
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: -rl \ \ her name he changed to Mara. .
Al To Control Chicken: Pox '
f<
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: I IV: Naomi's Gracious and Tactful

'""' ( .::i4 i i Where chicken pox is present, all Behavior (Ruth 2,' 3). ,;y

'; /' re birds having the trouble should be immediately 1. She remembered her wealthy

/ isolated, the house and uten- kinsman (ch. 2). In the, case of a for- ?-

sils thoroughly cleaned, and a good feited possession, it was Incumbent ,

/ germicide kept In the drinking wateras upon the nearest kinsman, to redeem

iong as new cases advisesan '
: OLD OIZ appear It. Boaz was a kinsman. It was necessary

f GOSH IT authority at the North Carolina for both Naomi and Ruth to

.', .0 : \\5 DIZZY State college. The entire flock shouldbe have food. Barley harvest afforded r

Ij' / DEAN given one ,dose of Epsom salts at that opportunity.: The divine provisionwas

;; ".I r ,, -2kc the rate of one-half pound to three made for the poor when the bar- '

gallons of water. Vaccinate the well vest was gathered (Lev. 19:9. 10; ', '

birds with pigeon pox, virus, as, this. 23:22; Deut. 21 :19), The matter was t
AN' I'M SORRY I material will not produce as severe a ''
talked over between, Naomi, and Ruth,
disturbance as chicken pox virus In and arrangement made for Ruth

/ the laying flock. Where a large per In the field 'of Boaz.
.4t : to glean ;
. ; .. j y 4 Ic cent of the flock has the disease or It 2. Naomi seeking' rest for Ruth (ch.
has been present In the flock for some

3). This rest was to be In the house
1 time It Is to isolate the
unnecessary
: GEE, DIZZY, I NEVER THATS GREAT, ,. THANKS, DIZZY. I WELL, YOU MUST birds. All other precautions shouldbe of a husband. Other things being,
THOUGHT I'D MEET You. SON. AND YOU TOOK YOUR TIP TOO, BE PLAYING ON equal, such Is the only real place of '
taken for control.
i i I BELONG YOUR CLUB, GET AN ASSIST AND EAT CRAPE-NUTS THE ENERGY TEAM. ;:' rest for a woman. Naomi Instructed ,
TOO. SEE MY MEMBERSHIP ON THAT PUTOUT FOR BREAKFAST'CAUSE GRAPE-NUTS: Ruth as to her toilet preparations so

PIN ? OLD DIZ MADE JUST LIKE YOU DO HAS A 1.000 BATTING ,.., Poults on RangeAfter as to ,be attractive and then also as ;

AVERAGE: poults are"put on range, management to presenting her claim upon Boaz to

fL7l fl p i WHEN IT COMES TO MAKING ENERGY consists mainly of keepingthe ;: perform the duty of a kinsman In redeeming 4'

r G hoppers full! of mash and grain, the forfeited estate becauseof

the watering tanks;: full of water, and the sojourn In Moab. The redemption '

watching for signs of disease', advisesan of the estate Involved not only

I # 1s fiw)1 / authority in the Missouri Farmer.A 'the ability 'to pay the price of the for- '

good growing mash with a protein felted possessionbut also the marry- ,

1 \ ) content of approximately 25 per cent ing of the woman. -

should be supplied, together with a V. Naomi's Reward (4 :14-17). .:
grain ration consisting of one-half 1. Blessed by the women of Bethl

J,11// cracked corn, one-fourth whole wheat, hemvv. 14 15). The birth of a son '

and, one-fourth whole barley. Droppings to Ruth was' the occasion of this \

under the roosts should be inspected blessing. It meant ,the perpetuation of :

each morning for signs of the line of kinship, and looked for-

\ 0I worms and dhense.Sanitation. ward to the true Redeemer our Lord ,

and Saviour, Jesus Cl1 ISt. ,
...
2. She became the nurse for her

-b : Boys! Girls!. Get Valuable Prizes Free Long use of ground Important, and buildings by grandson '(v. 1C). This not only provided I '
\ her with a home and living) but -
Join the Dizzy Dean Winners. .wear the'Membership fowls brings about contamination by with the opportunity of helping on ,
disease of various kinds and
a-' DIZZYANWI '!J:2: ,Pin. get the Dizzy Dean Winners Ring +k I: sickness germs breaks out In the flocks. 'The demption.the purpose of God In the coming re-

Dean Winners Just send the top from one full-size Grape-Nuts package,with diseases so brought about are best 3. The baby given a name (v. 17).
Dizzy Membership your name and address to Grape-Nuts, Battle Creek :Mich., kept: In control by the measures known "servant of God." Ruth ,
Pin. Solid bronze,with red "Obed" means
enameled for membership pin and copy of club manual:"Win with Dizzy under the term sanitation, this meanIng ancestral
lettering. Free for the
1 link In
Grape. thus became a
Nuts packagc-iop. In ordering Dean, containing list of 37 nifty free prizes.And to have loads ter t removal from time to time to new \
membership pin,be sure to ask for of energy;start eating Grape-Nuts right away. It has a winning -, ? ground, or that which has not been ,chain of our Kinsman and Redeemer
Prize 301. _' flavor all its own.Economical to serve, Jesus Christ. The introduction of a
Dizzy Dean Winners Ring. Some- too for two tablespoons, with,whole milk occupied by hens for several years, Gentile Into, this line Indicated the .
thing you'll prize. 24-karat 9i) clean sod and the
gold cream best on a grass ,
plate.Free for 2 Grape-Nuts pack / .. or ,provide more varied nourishment outreach of the redemptive purpose of
', age-tops.lnorderingrin&bcsurc than many a hearty meaL (This offer ex- AProductot thorough cleaning up' of quarters used God, ,which extends to the peoples of
to ask, foe Prize 307. piresDec.31t1935.NotgoodinCanada..) General Foods for )1ouslng-Rurai New Yorker. the whole world.



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PAGE EIGHT TIlE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1035-


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ceiving certificate. No. 29fl Deposits .......................185372.92
I Several administrative officers including Report of the condition of the Cashiers Check Out-

Better Breakfasts I President John J. Tigert FIRST BANK: OF" CLF/W1STON standing .......____......... 3,063.89
will represent the University and at Clewiston, in the state of Floridaat

nearly all of the officers of the the close of business June 29, TOTAL- ........_.....235465.92

State P.-T. A. Congress will f be resent 1935. STATE OF FLORIDA COUN-. 1 .
:TCSLr Those acting on the instructional RESOURCES I TY OF HENDRY, S3: f- \\'"\

: staff of the leadership short Loans and Discounts ....$ 28427.52 I, Elbert L. Stewart Cashier of :-

course include many well known U. S. Bonds ...._....._..._..... 68900.00 the above-named Bank do solemnly
County and Municipal swear that the above statement is

figures in state educational circles. Bonds -....................... 20,000.00 true 'to the best of my knowledgeand
I There is no registration fee for All Other Bonds belief and that it is in responseto

,, the institute and short course exceptfor School Warrants ._....... 2000.00 official notice to report by the
.I those who register for the national Banking House, Furnitureand Comptroller of the State of Florida. .

certificate. The University\ is Fixtures ............ 6728.72 I (SIGNED) ELBERT L. STEWART.I.
arranging for those who attend to Other Real Estate Cashier.CORRECTATTEST. .

have rooms in the University dormi- Owned ........................ 7,659.10.
L' $ tories and their meals at the Uni- Cash on Hand and Due C. V. PARKINSON,
it l ...7 From Banks -............. 101,104.58 JOHN s, COTT'RELL,
cafeteria at a small
versity very Deposited Federal Deposit C. L. DOWNS,_
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cost. It is estimated that a large Insurance Corp. ........ 646.00 ""Directors. :
number of the Florida P.-T. A. I !I Subscribed and sworn to b'efore

= members will'' spend the week of TOTAL$235.465.92 me this 11 day of July 1935.

July 15 to 19 at the University at- LIABILITIES (SEAL) E. J. SHELLEY.

tending the institute and short Capital Stock Paid in Notary Public, State of Florida at !

course. Those who wish further information (common) .._.._............$ 15,000.00 Large. My Commission Expires Oct.

should write to the Gen- Surplus Fund _............... 20,000,00 15, 1937.
ti r,
eral Extension Division Universityof Undivided Profits (Less

=a = ... Florida aGinesville. Expenses and Taxes
Paid) ...............______... 12,029.11 Subscribe to the News

I've had break- to forego' few minutes of your .
"UM-mr. Knew Little of Hebrew
said the early bird, beauty sleep. There's a trick about
all puffed up and dull of having your coffee fresh but it'sa Recent examinations of the Jewish I
lovely worms "and what a breakfast very simple one. Simply order catacombs in Rome show that three- i

!" one of the many brands of coffee fourths of the inscriptions on.the.,slabs I
"Ho-hum. I've had my beauty that are put in vacuum packed written in Greek and one-fourth HAYFEYER1ASTHMA
are
sleep" said the lazy bird, slim cans. There are so many of these Indicate that
In Latin. This would
and .bright-eyed, poking her head brands that you'll be sure to finda
out of the bird-house, "and whata blend to your liking. and the the Jewish population In Home at that
sleep!" trick about them is that vacuum time was no more familiar with the

packing keeps them permanentlyfresh Hebrew language than the average
and
SUMMER
Sleep and Eat until the can Is opened.. Jew of today, and that the more cul- COLDS are

The lesson if any, lads and las- Orange and Grapefruit Daisies tured among them spoke Latin as well 1 ? unnecessary. Complete relief only .$1.00 '
sies, which we are to glean from
(; .
Fried Wholewheat Cereal and '(s the popular reek
the birds, is that you can't have Date Slices with Srrup -_ I Postpaid. Nothing else to buy. Over : tli.I.
But
your sleep and eat it. you I
can-providing you know the trick Bacon Curls Coffee' Little Vices :,]:-oTed I 40,000 HOLFORD'S WONDER IN-
-sleep a little longer and eat a Orange and Grapefruit Daisies:
little better, if you plan some Cut the peel from California oranges Little vices fumirc: occasionally HALERS sold last year alone. Mail $1.00

Better Breakfasts that are ''very then cut in sections, removing lead up tft :;1Urrler.-\ll'hison, Globe. for full
delicious, yet quick to prepare. all of the white fibre. ... today season's relief to THE

Note the pretty fruit cup in the Drain canned grapefruit( being DANDEE CO. 14 North Sixth St.
menus It's quickly prepared. So careful not to break the sections. ,
is the cereal if the wholewheat is On each fruit plate form a daisyof MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA write
alternate sections of and J or
cooked the evening before. orange .
Invigorating food with fresh grapefruit, using about three sections I Canned Oil I for Free Booklets .
coffee forms a better breakfast for of'each. In the center placea
which, YOU would be. even willinsr Dlumo stewed nrune.*

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Gulf Picture- : the Cuban Government. The stranded vr' 0'aov

vessel was found Sunday and was I

towed to port at Coloma about a .-.: -- '.---. .-:.-;:. : ; ',-, -': j- .; :' "'-' ': -JJ..:

(Continued from page 1) I hundred and fifty miles from where -

and Arkansas has 70 per cent of I she was 'picked up about five miles

the nation's autos and 85 per cent of off the mainland near Corriente
Point off Pina del Rio Province. It LOAN
the purchasing power of the coun- v $3'7000
.
was identified the ketch -
that the as Casarco
try; company owns 5,300 I
miles V of Toronto with the owner Maurice ,. r .
of pipe line 37 ocean tankers, .mow.
C. Rice, his wife, two sons Der-
47 barges 16 ocean terminals, 2,430
s tank cars and 1,600 tank trucks and I ek and Harry and one other man ;c4)) a

many other statistics of interest. aboard. They had been drifting ; Payable Over Period

The largest refinery of the companyis I I helplessly for nine days when locat-

located in Port Arthur, Texas, and ed. The party is said to" have start-
contains ed out to look for buried treasure
3,872 acres. which was inspired by the finding of
Col. J. F. Drake, president and Of Years
; an old map in the back of a: pocket Twenty '
general manager of the company
watch by Rice, an unemployed radio '
made a talk at the beginning of the .
repair expert.Mr.
;. picture. The company was <
repre- Davis' station W4GQ has 'a .. C ., r .
sented at the Belle Glade meeting lAJx Monthly Payment, Principal
power of 500 watts and reception is
by the supervisor of this territory,
I usually good. He believes that the
S. L. Munroe of Miami G. B. Clinch and Interest . . $ 19.80
faintness of the calls was due to the '
} of Tampa oil engineer, and W. D. /
ship not being properly equipped Monthly Service Charge (1-2 of 1
:. Speicht, of West Palm Beach, sales-
with radio and that the sending set
[ man. Mr. Moss of the Atlanta office uccd had been improvised from a Percent) . . . 1.24 ,
\ was in charge of the picture. ,
avtN.wn%NMr'wv6H1Mr. :: G:h.N.p>M'.a4. P Y/d4lw l
I small receiving set. Monthly Insurance of
Those attending from Clewiston PREMIUM QUALITY MOTOR OIL; i; I Charge (1-2

r, were Capt. F. Deane Duff, local WITH 25c PRICE TAG APPEARS. 1 Percent 1.25
; ) .
.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY . . .. .
t- Gulf distributor Mrs. Duff and her ON THE MARKET: Here is a view'of ;

k.. mother, Mrs. F. E. Bryant, of West the first premium quality motor: ( Total $ 22.29 fIn
. .
; Palm Beach, G. E. Ethertou, local (Continued from Page 4) ,oil, to be sealed in tamper proof cans!!
with a selling price of 25c a quart.!'!
f
J
dealer and Mrs. Etheiton Carl H. soca and when it does it will just Before this oil Is ready for the re-;; addition to the above there is added in 1-12 a
': Berner manager or'the local plant naturally tear things wide open. Of finery-sealed can it must contain'' of the annual taxes and 1.12 of fire and other hazard insur-

and Mrs. Berner Mr. and Mrs. Foster course La can't tell you what it is those qualities that arc required by. ance, Inch completes the total monthly p.*}incut.

;' Meredith, Mr. and, Mrs. Zerney now, it is ,a deep dark secret, but the present {lay motor car. This,

Meredith Mrs./ Fred' Whiddeu, E. boy it is sure hot-you just wait! means an oil with an excellent lubricating I REQUIREMENTS TO BE MET WHEN FILING APPLICA

W. Digges and I. M. Pafford of the Then no matter what happens, film which causes a tighter! t TIONS FOR MUTUAL MORTGAGE INSURANCE.
seal between r
the piston rings, and
I> U. S. Engineer sub-office Fred Hill, this same guy meets you on the allows car owners to get thousands,! I FOR
;:' W. C. Owen, and Bennett Edwards. treet and claims that he knew all of miles of trouble-free! motorincn i rti NEW CONSTRUCTION: n

about it all the time. "Don't you from their new high-speed cars. This!; I r Architect's plans and specifications, which will be .
:. Local Amateur Hears- remember I told-you a couple of oil pictured above is mad by the; retained by the Federal Housing Administration -
f weeks ago that hell was gonna break new Multi-Sol Process at the Gulf One or more contractor's estimates.
.Refinery In Philadelphia: Pa. i
loose." he says. I Two or more of the pictures of proposed site and

(Continued from page 1) I Well among the startlin' things I surroundings, about 3 x 5.Legal'd'escription.

ly turned the set up to its full vol- learned in a few hours at Talla- of the property. a /r)
ume and listened intently until he hassee are that Knott is gonna. resign NOTICE; OF PUBLIC HEARING I Cashier's check or certified check payable to the
Federal Housing Administration for' $3.00 thousand dol-
caught the following message in : also that he is gonna run for per .
Monday July 15, tats of the amount of the loan application.
1935. at 4iOO:
code
: "Help. Yacht in trouble. reelection Mr.
< ; George Wilder is o'clock 0
P.
M., United I
; States'Eastern ;
Please send Coast Guard. Near REQUIREMENTS FOR PLANS
'- gonna be appointed Sheriff of Hills- Standard Time has been fixed AND SPECIFICATIONS:
I i Cortez Bay South of Cuba." The boro County; Roosevelt is gonna the date and time as I -
, ,:.I'' when and the "Where new construction is involved, the applicant
-. message was repeated several times turn the whole blamed U. S. Navy City Hall in the City of Clewiston must submit with the application
,: complete plans and specifi-
..:;( and he knew there was no chance of over to Dave Sholtz an' Bill Hodges is designated as the place where, the I cations both of which must mave been approved by both mortgagor -

error. Efforts to contact the ship is gonna be Governor; Nathan Mayois City Commission of the City of and general contractor, if any. The inspection of pro-

were without avail so he. phoned his gonna run for Governor also Commissioner Clewiston shall hold a special public posed new buildings prior to commitment to insure, involves

Corporation [ of Agriculture; Mr. Lan- meeting for the purpose of consider- the examination and approval of the working drawings and
dis is goin' to the Supreme Court ing and acting upon the assessmentroll specifications. The drawings should include the plot plan,

Beach at 11:00 a. m. Going back to will run for Governor and hold his of acting as a Board of. Equ'alization floor plans (including basement and attic), each elevation,
his set he finally managed to con-I I job' as Attorney General. of hearing and receiving ,sections, and details sufficiently complete to indicate clearly
tact the vessel testimony as to the value! of any the extent of the work and the design and construction. The ''t
at 11:47.
: He
learned
''" that the Somebody saw Asher Frank eatin' property real or personal, as fixed specifications should cover quality; of materials, equipment,
vessel was drifting and had supper with Pruda Gore and now by the Tax Assessor and of perfecting constructions and workmanship.

r been drifting helplessly for seven the story-is goin' 'round that Asher reviewing and equalizing the

de-'L' will resign as Stale Safety Director 1935 Tax Assessment Roll of the OUR REPRESENTATIVE WILL HE GLAD TO EXPLAIN "

North and 83 degrees -I and become business manager of the City of Clewis ton. THE PLAN .

and 56 minutes West. The engine Tavares Citizen and Col. Marie This notice dated the first day of ,
had gone bad and although the I'I Holderman is gonna get Cash's jobas July A. D. 1935.

sails were up there had been little,([ State Librarian when she returns (Signed) I.'. DEANE DUFF, Well lumber

0 wind and the ship was drifting slow- from the, American Library Convention President, City Commis- Sa Royal
"f'
ly around the western end of Cuba II in Denver. 1935.4 sion. ,
''-i into the Yucatan Channel. There July 5-12,
I .
: ;. were five people aboard, one of them I ,. .
P.-T. -- -- -----
Y;,. a woman. The vessel was described A. InstituteContinued : ComayPahokee

':-. as a sixty foot two ,masted ketch. !
-: They had left Havana bound for the
( from page 1) WHAT FIFTEEN TIPS SAVE "
Isle of Pines. Mr. Davis went to ship, public welfare, education, I Florida Clewiston, Florida
lunch and was unable to communi-
health and home service. I
'PHONE 2591 'PHONE 388
cate with the vessel after he return- dAS MONEY
'
The Florida Congress of Parents ; "
cd. -
and Teachers will present honor -: Watch This Space For Further Details Next ".cel.-: ;.
Station WOE immediately notifi- scrolls to the district county and SEE PAGE 4.

ed Cuban officials and four ships local association having the greatest ...
were sent out to search for her by I number of members present and re- '. ".;'! =T. -r. oH--: :' 7".Jl. '.- :' '_ -- : .

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Lot 23 Block 195 .............. Chas. W. Keenan ................ 3.80
NOTICE Lot 24 Block 195 .............. J. W. Ezelle ........................ 3.38 .. ..;
Lot 4 Block 196 ................ Thomas B. Hall ....___............. 3.10 -. '
Lot 5 Block 196 ................ Blanch Dean ......................_. 3.10
NOTICE is hereby given that the following described lands
f or so Lot 7 Block 196 ................ Ella A. Nugent ....:............... 3.10
much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes
herein set opposite to the same, together with the ,cost of such sale: Lot 8 Block 196 ................ Ella A. Nugent -..........._........ 3,80
and advertising, will be sold at public auction on the fifth day of August Lot 18 Block 196 .............. Mary C. Smith (Mrs.) ........ 3.80 < <<
1935 beginning at twelve o'clock noon, at the City Hall of the City Lot 19 Block 196 .............. ; Mary C. Smith. (Mrs.) .,.,..... 3.80 .
of Clewiston, Florida. Residence Lot 20 Block
196 .... ................ H. C. Kolstad; ....................._.. 24.40
R. Y. PATTERSON, Tax ColIector.City of Clewiston. All Block 200L................. The Clewiston Co. ...:............ 25.30 '
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Lot 4 Block 201 ,..?,.,.,...... Claflin Garst ........................ 3.10
H Lot 5 Block 201 ................ S. C. Berank .....:........_......... 3.10
a
-- g w Amount of Taxes Lot 6 Block 201 ................ E. J. Malone ........................ 3,10
Description of Land ::: d 0w Owner Lot 9 Block 201 ................ '- W. E. Votava ........................: 3.10
U i:= w and CostsiHaC Lot 11 Block 201 .............. : M. B. Rothrock .................... 3.10

; : Lot 20 Block 201 .............. Mrs. L. K. :Muir .................... 3.10
Lot 34 Block 201 .............: ].1. Koenigsburg .................... 2.54 r
Lot 36 Block 201 .............. S. C. Beranek ........................ 3.80 +M

50' x 115' off S. End Lot 1 Block 202 ................ Geo. Heinz ............................_. 3.80 I /
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PackIng House Lot 1 Lot 4 Block 202 ............::.. Walter F. Carrie ................ 2.54 :-', .
Block 6 .......................... First Bank' of Clewiston. ....$ 56.90 Lot 5 Block 202 ..........._.... -' Walter F. Carrio :..............\. 2,54Lot .
S. 85' of Lot 9 Block 9 .... Alston Drug Co. .....;... ...... 35.30 6 Block 202 ................ Raymond Reidell ...............:. 3.10
Lot 10 Block 20...:............ R. E. Kurtz .......................... 3.80 Lot 10 Block 202 .............. Florence O'Metra ................ 3.10 .i
Lot 20 Block 23 ................ C. B. Fitch .......................... 4.50 Lot 13 Block 202 .............. : : James J. Carroll ....-........_... 3.10 '':
La 21 Block 23 ................ C. B. Fitch .......................... 4.50 Lot 1 Block 203 ................_ ._ # A. Reinert .....................:......... 5.90 : ..
j Lot 23 Block 23 ................ Hollis Lanier ........................ 4.50 Lot 4 Block 203. ................ B. A. Doerk ......................... 3.80 '. ;. '. '.
f Lot 24 Block 23 ................ Hollis Lanier ........................ 4.50j Lot 5 Bidtk 203 ................ Hazel A. Nelson .................... 3.80 : ..,:.
,j Lot 25 Block 23 .....;.......... Hollis Lanier ........................ 4.50 Residence Lot 7 Block 203 / Dave Alston .........................: 28.30 \ 'I'> ". .
'; Lot 26 Block 2.3 ...............: Holl1s Lanier ..........._.;: -;...:.'.. 4.50 Lot 11 Block 203 ........... 'F. W. Iverson ........................ 3.38 .,"J'; "" .
,Ii Lot 30 Block 23 ...n........... Colts, IlC.! ... .......:................ 5.20 Lot 17 Block 203 ......._...... W. A. Davis ........................ -4.08 .
.; Lot 31 Block 23 ................ -- Colts, Inc. .................._......... 5.20 Lot '18 Block 203 ...m........ :' Julia Sharkey....................... 3.38
; Lot 32 Block 23 .............:.. Colts, Inc. ............................ 5.20 Lot 19 Block 203 .............. ., Mary King ............................ 3.38
: Lot 23 Block 26 ............_... B. W. Jenks, Sr. ................ 3.80 Lot 20 Block 203 .............. Ellen Kane ......_..................... 3.38 .8 .
r.. Lot 24 Block 26 ................ B. W. Jenks, Jr. ................ 3.80 Lot 22 Block 203 .............. Laura A.'Loga.I .................... 3.38
"..- Lot 25 Block 26 ................ B. W. Jenks, Jr. ................ 3.80 Lot 23 Block 203 .............. A. \Lawrence- ..........m....... 22,70 '- .
Lot 26 Block 26 ................ B. 'V' Jenks, Jr. ..............,. 3.80 Lot 26 Block 203 .............. Joseph Walton! Smith .......: 3.38
j Lot 27 Block 26 ................ B. W. Jenks, Sr. ................ 3.80 Lot 3 Block 204 ................ :Mrs Grace E.: Coffee ...............2.54
Lot 28 Block 26 ................ B. W. Jenks, Sr. ................ 3.80 Lot 4 Block 204 ................ ; Mrs. H. A. Rosenthal ............ 3.10 P-3.
Lot 29 Block 26 ................ B. W. Jenks, Sr ................ 3.80 Lot 5 Block 204 ................ C. A. Pretzal ...;.................... 3.10
Lot 30 Block 26 ...........:.... B. W. Jenks Sr.................... 3.80 Lot 8 Block 204 _........:.....;; '}:' Arina E. Anderson ............:... 4.50 .r..
Lot 27, Block 27 .......:........ Elmer G. Case ...................... 2.40 Lot 11 Block 204 ...........::. Miss Bessie Rearden ......._.... 3.18 .. ,
Lot 28 Block .27 ................ Elmer G. Case ....................... 2.40 Lot 13 Block 204 .........:....,.. ._ Edwin G. Boon .................... 3.10 '
Lot 29 Block 27 .............:;: Elmer G. Case ...................... 2.40 Lot 2 Block 207 ................ Lillian H. Wright ................ 2.82 -, tr .
Lot 30 Block 27 ................ Elmer G. Case ...................... 2.40 Lot 3 Block 207 ................ ,-: _' Charles W. Wright ............ 2.82 .
Lot 31 Block 27 ................. Elmer G. Case ...................... 2.40 Lot 6 Block 207 ...............: Helen M. Hathaway........... 2.82 "
Lot 15 Block 138 .............. C. E. Shaw........................... 2.40 Lot 7 Block 207 ................ Geo. M. Garber ._..................- 2.82 .
Lot 17 Block 138.............. C. B. Fitch .................:.......... 2.26 Residence Lot 8 Block 207 The Clewiston Co. ................. 24.10. ....
Lot 1 Block 139 ................ B. A. Bourne ......................:. 49.30 Residence Lot 17 Block ; j "0t
Lot 4 Block 139 ................ E. l\I. Petterson .................... 3.38 207 ................................ ,. The Clewiston Co. ................ 21.60 (
Lot 6 Block 139 R ............... Mrs. A. S. Rothrock ............ 4.50 Lot 19 Block 207 .............. :. .'. Amelia M. Hall ........:..........: 2.54'
Lot 1 Block 141 ................ Bertha Nehring .................... 3.80 Lot 20 Block 207 .............. :*. James P. Carroll ................ 2.54
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Lot 9 Block 141 .............. Margaret Klick .................... 3.10 Lot 22 Block 207 .............. Marie Pavlik ...mn................ 2.54 i = '
Lot 10 Block 141 .............. Anna Pavlik' ........................ 3.10 Lot 23 Block 207 ...........:..:.:;.:..::. Marie Pavlik .......;............... 2.54 -: ::rT
Lot 11 Block 141 ............., Elmer G. Case :.::........:....... 3.80 Lot 3 Block 208 ............. .. W. A. Isaacs ....'.................... 1.98. o '
.. Lot 14 Block '143 .............. H: A. Bestor' ........:..:....:...:..: 42.30 Lot 4 Block 208 ............::... .:.- W. ,A. Isaacs ..............: ........ 3::.9 8 .
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' Lot 15 Block 146 ...;........,; Sadie O'Mera ............ .:.:.... .3.10 Lot 5 Block 208 .......... .... .'J W. P. Didlake .................... '1.98 =
0. Lot 10 Block 151 :.::...:':.:.;; Elmer G. Case::..........:. ...... 3.10 Lot '6 Block '208 .......::.....:.:... W. P. Didlake. .....:.............. 1,98 =
:: Lot 11 Block 151 :....:....... Elmer! q. Case .................... 3.80 Lot 7 Block 208 .......:...;:.:. m Lawson Payne :.....__......;._.... -1:98. pmpa'-
Lot 12 Block: 151 .............. Elmer G. Case .................... 3.10 Lot 8 Block 208 .....:....u..: '-"' M. Huie ;...........un__.....::....... 1.98 N .
LPt 13 Block 151 ..:.:.:::::..: Elmer. G. Case ..................... 2.82 Lot 9 Block 208 ..............:.'. '.'., iV./"Hui .......__._...............:. .98. .;' : .
Lpt 1-:2-3 Block 152.'::....:.:: .. .. G. L. Espenslaub .......: ..:.... 42.30 Lot 10 Block 208 ............. : .; J.V.. Huie ................:.......:... 1.9 $ : _.
Lot 4 :alack 152 .....::...:..2.-: 1St Bank of Clewiston .::..... --14.W: Lot 11 Block 208 ;...:.*.:..:'::: .1;; John C. McCoy ...............:.."..." 1.98. >-
Lot 5-6 7 B\oCk\ 152 .. H. Etherton .............._........ ... 31.10 Lot 21 Block 208 ........ __... ? Lewis F. Mor ..._...__............... 1.98 ---' -
Lot 11 Block 152 ........:....: 1st Bank of Clewtston ...:.... 5.90 Lot 22 Block 208 ...........:.:. ?; Lewis F. Mor ...?..................... 1.98 : '
Lot 12 Block 152 t...........:! 1st Bank of Olewston! ...:.... 5.90 Lot 24 Block 208 ...........:.. / .. H. F. Bycroft ........................ 2.54 ftS .
Bank, S. Side Lot 1 Block Lot 25 Block 208 .............. Emma Willard ........ ........ 2.54 r l k
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F 156 ..: :..:........................ 1st Bank af Clewtston ........ 31.40 Lot 26 Flock: 208 .............. Emma Willard .................... 2.54 .
'., fKTheatre I Lot 4 Block 156 .. C. C. Klutts ...................,...... 17.10 Lot 28 Block 208 .............. Miss Caroline Pavlik ............ :f.54"!
"J Barber Shop E?a Lot 5 Lot 29 Block 208 .............. Iiss Caroline Pavlik ............ 2.54 4
Block 15 G...............!........ O. Q. Christian .................... 17.40 Lot 25 Block 354 ...,....,.;... Russell R. Roberts ............ 2,82 55CD :-
W sA; Lot 5 and Lot 29 Block 354 .............. i. Alice G. Rothrock ................ 2.54 p='rco

Lot 6 Block 156 .......,..., C. E. :Royer ................:......... 20,20 Store Lot 33 Block 354 .... ".,. .., J, W, Traeger ...,.................... 36.70
Lot 7 Block 156 ................ Geo. A. Heinz'' ...................... 5,90 Lot 1 Block 355 ................ John S. Banks .................... 2.54
Lot 1 DIotk 159 .......n....... Theo Gottliebt .................... 2.54 Lot 22 Block 355 .............. '- J, Woodward Sutphan 2.54
Lot 6 Block 161 ................ Crowder ...................... 1.70 Lot 23 Block 355 .............. Olaf Olsen ............................ 2.54 =
Lot 1 Block 161 ................ O1eo. Crowder ...................,.. 1,70 Lot 25 Block 355 .............. -':"_ Ber card R. Payne ................ 2.54 p..aI
Lot 2 Block 162 ............:... Mrs. J. E. Frederick ............ 2,54a Lot 28 Block 355 ..............' *.: Mrs H. J. Warner ................ 2.54 \.' Rio
Lot 6 Block 162 ................. J. C. Windheim .................... 2.54 Lot 28 Block 356 .............; Julia L'. Sharkey ................ 2.54 00p&ta
I. Lot 12 Block 162.............. Ruth R. Beardsley............... 4.50 Lot 39 Block 356 ................ ...- Elmer G. Case .................... 2.54 ==
Residence Lot 15 Block Lot 40 Block 356 ............... -: Elmer G. Case ..............._.... 2.54
163 ..........................:..... E. L. Alston ........................ 18:10: Lot 41 Block 356 ............... .'* Elmer G. Case .................... 2.54 0 ('tt
Lot 14 Block 167 ............ Emory J. Thomas ................ 3.10 Store Lot 31 Block 357 :.:. 'a The Clewiston Co. ................ 31.10 ." .
Lot 16 Block 1670 .............. Emory J. Thomas ................ 3.10 Lot 3 Block 358 .....:...::.". :" O. H. Schuler .................... 2.54 -. -J
: Lot 17 Block 167 .............. Emory J. Thomas ................ 3.10 Lot 21 Block 358 .......::..::.' *: Anna J. Kuhlman ................ 3.10 .
,: Lot 18 Block 167 .............. Pete M. Lanehart ................,: 3.10 Lot 22 Block 358 .......:.:'...:.; ,' Anna J. Kuhlman .......__....... 3.24
Lot 19 Block 167 .............. Pete M. Lanehart ...............: 3.10 Lot 23 Block 358 .....:....:.:: L. 'M. Harding ................--.... 3.80 .,' 1-:3
Lot 35 Block 167 ...:......... Thomas B. Shelley' ............z 2.54 Lot 24 Block 358 '.............. .': Anna J.. Kuhlman ................ 3.10 I r--J::
Lot 36 Block 167. ............:. Thomas B. Shelley........... 3.38'' Lot 31 Block 358 ..............' ..: Fred E. Nelson ...............-.... 3.80 .
Lot 1 Block 169 ................ Rebecca Lutz ........................ 7.30 Lot 43 Block 358 ......_,.....:. '. Hilda Toenberg .................... '2.54 -
Lot 8 Block 170 ................ Victor Baron .......................:. 3.10 Lot 4 Block 361 ............... :' Cora A. Keller ............._...... 2.54 0W
Lot 9 Block 170 ...............: Victor Baron ....................._.. 3.10 Residence Lot 2 Block 362 The Clewiston Co. ................ 15.70 .
Lot 18 Block 170 ..........::.: Joseph Walton Smith .......... 3.10 'Residence' Lot 4 Block 362 The Clewiston Co. ................ 14.30
Lot 12 Block 171 .............. Leslie E. Kemp .................... 4.22 i Residence Lot 8 Block 362 ; The Clewiston Co. ..._......._.... 14.30: (
Lot 14 Block 171 .............. Jennie E. Barber ..:............. 4.22 Lot 11 Block .362 .... ..... .u Rebecca Lutz ........................ 2.40. I .
Lot 26 Block 171 .............. Rebecca Lutz ........................ 4.50 Lot 12 Block 362 ...m_....... :'. Rebecca Lutz ......................... 2.10 i -.;-.,. .A,, -
"' Lot 4 Block 172 ................ Joseph W. Smith ................ ; 3.38 I Lot 30 Block 362 .............. N. B. O'Kelly ........................ 3.10 '. '- -<
) '4k, Lot 7 Block 172 ................ E. C. Cole ............................ 3.38 i Residence Lot 3 Block 363 A. O. Ward .........._..:........:-_... 15.70 '. ft
,, Lot 10 Block 172 .............. Emanuel F. Selz ................ 3.38.'I Residence Lot 4 Block 363 The 'Clewiston Co. .............::. 12.90 '. ..- ... ''. '
Lot 11 Block 172 .............. Mrs J. E. Frederick ....-....... 3.66 Lot 6 Block 363 ................ The Clewiston Co. ................ 15.70 .
Residence Lot 15 Block I Lot 9 Block 363 ................ The Clewiston Co ............_... 15.70 ,. -. ., '
172 ........ ....................... G. B. Thomas ........................ 34.20 I Lot 12 Block 363,0' A. M. Coleman ..._................ 2.20 .
Lot 21 Block- 172 ......._...... F. G. Hunt ............................ 3.38 I Lot 14 Block 363 ............:. ';- W. R. Griffiths. ...__............... 2.68 0
Residence Lot 4 Block 173. E. S. Matteson .................... 25.50 Residence Lot 16 Block .. ;_ -:

Lot 5 Block 173 ......:......... Harry H. Turner ................ 22.70 363 ,...............:m...:':....i-.. The Clewiston Co. .....__......... 11.80: ,
Parsonage Lot 14 Block : Residence Lot 19 Block .,. '. .
173 ................................ The Clewiston Co. ................ 25.80.. 363 ..__............:. .._.__....:... The Clewiston Co. ................. 11.SO
Lot 15 Block 173 .......:. Joseph W. Smith ................ 3.66. Residence! Lot 22 Block : ,

Residence Lots 19-20 363 ._........._.................... 'A. Toulis y_.................__....:... .16.00Lot :
Block 173 ...................... F.. L. Williamson. ...............: 49.60 24 Block 365 ......._...... Edmond S. Boyer ................ -. 2.10
Residence Lot 22 Block ." l '! Lot 8 Block 367 ................ Greene's Dry Goods Co. Inc. _' 1.98
173 .......-......................... E. L. Stewart .....................:.. 25.80 Lot 11 Block 367 ..........._.. Robert B. Martin ......___.:..... 2:26
24 Block 173 .............: C. ................. ....
Lot E. Shaw .. .... 5.20 Lot 13 Block 367 ...........:.. E. W. Hathaway ................ '. 2.26
Lot 8 Block 175 .............;.. '' Joseph Walton Smith ........ 2.54 Lot 24 Block 367 .............. ( Fred E. Nelson .................-.. 2.10
I.ot 1 lock 176 ..... ...::.:' Conrad Thorpe ....................' 3.80 "
Residence Lot 8 Block 369 C. H. Berner .................-...... 18.50 I
Lot 10 Block 176 ....1..,..... Mrs. E. A. Schult ................ 3.10
Residence Lot 10 Block
Lot 11 Block 176 ............::. Mrs. E. A. Schult............... 3.10 369 ................................ The Clewiston Co. ._..........__.. 18.80
Lot 12 Block 176 ...:..:.:,,;;! Mrs. E. A. Schult ................ 2.10 Lot 24 Block 369! .............. I L. M. Harding .........__......... 3.10
Lot 13 Block 176 ....'.....::.. Mary S. Cooper .................... 3,10 Lot 25 Block 369 .............. Guy PQarl ........................... ::.1n
Lot 14 Block 176 .............. I..uclle A.: Lewis ..................., 3.10 Lot 26 Block 369 .....:........ L. M, Harding .................... 2.10
Lot 16 Block 176 ............ Ella M Johnson .................... 3.10 Lot 34 Block 369 .............. Elmer G. Case .................... 3.10
Lot 21 Block 176 .............. Gusta.ve 0, Voss .................... 3.10tI. Lot 35 Block 369 .............. Elmer G, Case! .................... S.10
> Lot 22 Block 176 .............. Ruth R. Beardsley........... S.10 I Residence Lot 2 Block 370 The Clewiston Co. ................ 25.50
, z- Lot 24 Block 176 ............. A. V. Bristow....................... 3.80 Lot 18 Block 370 .............. Bertha A, Taylor ................ 2.40
Lot 26 Block 176 .............. S. M. Paulson ........................ 3.10 Lot 38 Block 370 .............. Ethyl I. Button .................... 3.10
Lot 28 Block 116 ,............. E. W. Hath way.................... 2.68 Lot 1 Block 371 ................ Mrs. T. B. Lord .................... 2.40
Lot 36 Block 176 .............. Ruth n. Beardsley............... 3.10I Lot 15 Block 372 .............. -'. Cornelius Bodine .................. 1.98

All Block 177 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 35.30 Res. & Rooming H. Lot 12
All Block 179 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 28.30 Block 374 ...................... = H. C. Avant ........................ 14.60
All Block 181 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 28.30 Lot 10 Block 377............... Mrs. Frank C. Deacon ........ 2.26
Nelson ........................ 2.82
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: ; The Clewlston Co 28.30 Lot; 31 Block 377 .............. G. C. Voss ............................ 1.70
Lot 1 & 25 Block 195 ........ J. W. Ezelle .........::::::::::::::: 28.30
Lot 32 E. Moon ............ 1.70
Block 377 .............. Mrs Mary
Lot 6 Block 195 ................
Walter Juasell .................. 3.10
Lot 33 Block 377 ...........:.. = Mrs. Mary E. Moon ............ 1.70
Lot 10 Block 195 .............. Janet J. Stockbridge ............ 3.10 1 Lot 34 Block 377 .............. A, V, Bristow............:...... 1,70






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Lot 17 Block 378 .............. Mary Hayes Davis ................ ti.90 Lot 3 Block 397 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 18 Block 378 .............. Mary Hayes Davis ... ............ 22.70 Lot 4 Block 397 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Store Lot 19 Block 378 .... W' R. Hay ............................ 22.70 Lot 5 Block 397 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Store Lot 20 Block 378 .... Alston Drug Co. .................... 22.70 Lot 6 Block 397 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 4 Block 381 ................ Otto H. Schuler .................... 1.98 Lot 7 Block 397 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 5 Block 381 ................ S. 1\1. Paulson ...................... 1.98 Lot 8 Block 397 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................. 3.80
Lot 10 Block 383 .............. C. E. Stedman .................... 1.70 Lot 1 Block 398 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 7.30
Lot 11 Block 383 .............. C. E. Stedman .................... 1.70 Lot 2 Block 398 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
Lot 22 Block 383 .............. D. R. 1\IcEachron ................ 1.84 Lot 3 Block 398 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 1l
Lot 23 Block 383 .............. D. n. l\IcEachron ................ 1.84 Lot 4 Block 398 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
Lot 24 Block 383 .............. W. S. Harvel....................... 2.26 Lot 5 Block 398 ............ -. The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
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Lot 13 Block 385 .............. 1\1rs. L. O. Holsworth & Lot 6 Block 398 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
Robert J. Olsen ................ 6.20 Lot 7 Block 398 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
Lot 14 Block 385 .............. Mrs. L. O. Holsworth & Lot 8 Block 398 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.34
Robert J. Olsen .............. 6.20 Lot 1 Block 399 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.34
Lot 15 Block 385 .............. Mrs. L. O. Holsworth & Lot 2 Block 399 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
Robert J. Olsen .............. 6.20 Lot 3 Block 399 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
Lot 16 Block 385 .............. 1\1rs. L. O. Holsworth & Lot 4 Block 399 .....:....._ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
Robert J. Olsen .............. 6.20 Lot 5 Block 399 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
Lot 17 Block 385 ............... Mrs. L. O. Holsworth & Lot 6 Block 399 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
Robert J. Olsen .............. 6.20 Lot 7 Block 399 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
Lots 2.3 Block 387 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 7.30 Lot 8 Block 399 ............ The Clewiston Co ................ 4.50
Lots 2-3 Block 388 ............ The Clewiston' Co. ................ 7.30 Lot 9 Block 399 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
Lot 1-2 Block 389 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 10 BlocK 399 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 4.50
The S. 350' of Lot 1 & N. Lot 11 Block 399 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
90' of S. 350' of Lot 5 Lot 12 Block 399 ............ .', The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.34
Block 390 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.40 Lot 1 Block 400 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80
2 That part N. of S. Line ot: .: Lot 2 Block 400 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Arco St. extended exe Lot 3 Block 400 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
parcel 80 x 260 Part 80 Lot 4 Block 400 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10-
f' xl40NofRRRIWLot I Lot 5 Block 400 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10'
..,J :> 5 Block 390 .................. The .Clewlston Co. ..;.m......... 4.30 'Lot 6 Block 400 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10-
Lot 1 BloCk 391 ................ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 7 Block 400 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 2 Block 391 .. ... The Clcwiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 8 Block 400 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
O Lot 3 Block 391...::..::...:.. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.52 Lot 9 Block '400 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10'

Lot 4 Block 391 .. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 10 Block 400 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
f Lot 5 Block 391 .:.:::::....:.. The Clewiston Co.. ................ 3.80 Lot 11 Block 400 ............ The Clewiston Co ................ 3.10

\iiiI Lot 6 Block 391 ................ The Clewston! Co. ."."'.".''''-:_ 3.80 Lot 12 Block 400 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................. 3.80
Lot 7 Block 391 ................ The Clelston Co. ....:........... 3.80 Lot 1 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
P4 Lot 8 Block 391 ................ The Clewiston Co. ..........::.... 3.80 Lot 2 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. .... ........... 1.42
Z c Lot 9 Block 391 ................ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 3 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 10 Block 391 .... The Clewiston Co. 3.80VW Lot 4 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
'Af\ Lot 11 Block 391 .::.::::::.... The Clewiston Co. ::.:.:::;::..:: g.80 Lot 5 Block 401 ............ -_ The Clewiston Co. .....*.......... 1.42

FIt Lot 12 Block 391 .............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 6 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
J Lot 13 Block 391 .............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 7 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................. 1.42
Lot 14 Block 391 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.20 Lot 8 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
W(11"\J Lot 1 Block 392 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 9 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston! Co. -................ 1.42 1
Lot 10 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Cd ................ 1.42 .
Lot 2 Block 392 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 -
O. Lot 3 Block 392 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10A Lot 11 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. ._.............. 1.42
:> Lot 12 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. .......__....... 1.70
Lot 4 Block 392 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 13 Block 401 ............ ,: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
4-- Lot 5 Block 392 ._........., The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
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Lot 7 Block 392 ............ The Clewlston Co. ........ .... 3.10
VJJ J -- Lot 16 Block 401 ............ ; The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 8 Block 392 ............ The Clew ston Co. .............: 3.10 '
G Z : : Lot 17 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
v-q Lot 9 Block 392 ............ The Clewlston Co. ............. 3.10
Lot 18 Block 401 ... ....... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
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Lot 10 Block 392 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 '
Lot 19 Block 401 ............ .: __ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
(fJ Lot 11 Block 392 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 20 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 12 Block 392 ............ The Clewston Co. ................. 3.10
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D Lot 21 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston. .___............ 1.42
Lot 13 Block 392 .. ....... The C1ewlston Co. 3.10
L Lot 22 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. ...., ......... 1.42
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lY Lot 14 Block 392 .. ....... The Clewiston Co .. 4.50 '
II \ Lot 23 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. __.............. 1.42
Lot 1 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co'. .......,....... 1.14 '
YJI Q Lot 24 Block 401 .........:.. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1,70
Lot 2 Black 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 ""
Lot 1 Block 402 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
o 4 Lot 3 Block 393 ..........,. 'The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 ,.
Lot 2 Block 402 ............ --. The Clewiston Co. .................. 1.42
Lot 4 Black 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
zi4 Lot 3 Block 402 ............ ; '. ,.i The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
\ Lot 5 Block 393 ............ The Clewfston Co. ................ 1.4 2U Lot 4 Block 402 .... .... The Clewiston Co. .........._..... 1.42
U \ Lot 6 Block 393 .. .. The Clewis ton Co. ................. 1.42 Lot 5 Block 402 ............ .' The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
,. Lot 7 Block 393 ..........., The Clewfston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 6 Block 402 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
: a Lot 8 Dlock. 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 7 Block 402 ............ : The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.4 2
Lot 9 Block 393 ...........: The Clewiston Co ................ 1.42 Lot 8 Block 402 ........ ... The J Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 10 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co: ................ 1.42 Lot 9 Block 402 ........."..: '. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
0) < Lot 11 Block 393 ...........; .'_ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 10 Block 402 ........:... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 12 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co ................ .1.42 Lot 11 Block 402 ............. '.: The Clewiston Co. ................ '1.42
". Lot 13 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 12 Block 402 ... .. .... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70

J: Lot 14 Block 393 ..........._ The C1ewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 13 Block 402 .... ... ... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.'1Q
0 Lot 15 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 14 Block 402 ... ...: ... ;., The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 16 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co ................. 1.4 2 Lot 15 Block 402 ......... The Clewiston Co. ............,..... 1.43
; Lot 17 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ....__.......... 1.42' Lot 16 Block 402 ............ ,"::._ The Clewiston Co. .... 1.42
: 4 Lot 18 Block 393 ............ The Clewist Co ................ '1.42 Lot 17 Block 402 ...........: ., :..'" The Clewiston Co ...m.......... 1.42
. 1 Lot 19 Block' 393 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.4 2t' Lot 18 Block 402 ............ The Clewiston Co ....:.. ... .. 1.42
., ,;It Lot .20 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co ................ 1.42 Lot 19 Block 402 ............ The Clewiston Co. .......::...'.... 1.43 .'
r t'.. LW Lot 21 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 20 Block 402 ..........:; The Clewiston Co ................ 1.42 ,
' JIll\ Lot 22 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 21 Block 402...........: The Clewiston Co. .......:........ 1.42 J{
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" \JI Lot 23 Block 393 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 22 Block 402 ...:.......: _. The Clewiston Co. .........:..:::... 1.42 r
r ti4 Lot 24 Block 393 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 23 Block 402 .:..:..:...: The Clewiston Co. ...........:.... 1.42

..t. Q Lot 25 lock 393 ............ '. The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 24 Block 402 ...........:. The Clewiston Co. ...............:.. 1.70
Lot 26 Bloclc 39a .. ..... '!' The Clewiston Co ................ 1.42 Lot 1 Block 403........... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 27 Bloclt 393 ............ The Clewston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 2 Block 403 ..........; The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 28 Bloclt 893 ..........., The Clewlston Co ................ 1.70 Lot 3 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co ................ 1.42
( Lot 1 Block 394 ,........... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot [5) Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 2 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 6 Block 403 ..........., The Clewis ton Co ................ 1.42
s. Lot 3 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 7 Block' 403 ..........., The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
".. () d Lot .1 Block 394 .... The Clewiston 1.42 Lot 8 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
r ) Lot 5 Block 394 :;::;:::.... The Clewiston Co.Y: ::;::::::::; 1.42 Lot 9 Block 403 ...........: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42

4 Lot 6 Block 394 ............ The Clewston! Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 10 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
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;... 6f: Lot 7 Block 394 .....,...... The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 11 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.4 2
t.:'. : t ; Lot 8 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 12 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.4 2
'f: ... Lot 9 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.4 2 Lot 13 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70.
k.;;. Lot 10 Block 394 ... The Clewston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 14 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co: ................ 1.70
$ Y Lot 11 Block 394 .:.:::::... The Clewlston Co ................ 1.42 Lot 16 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
;J- q Lot 12 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 17 Block 403 ..........._ The Clewiston Co ................ 1.42
; P \ Q) Lot 13 Block 394 .. The Clewisfon Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 18 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
twI Lot 14 Block 394 :::::::::..: The Clewston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 19 Block 403 ......-...... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
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.- Lot 15 Block 394 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 20 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co. .......L...... 1.42
'L' CI) Fri Lot 16 Block 394 ? .... The Clewston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 21 Block 403 :........... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
-:. r\I) Lot 17 Block 394 :::..:::.... The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 22 Block 403 .m........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
II'\\'IIC' Lot 18 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston Co.' ................ 1.42 Lot 23 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 19 Block 394 ............ The Clewfstoll Co. ............... 1.42 Lot 24 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston ,Co. ................ 1.42
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Lot 20 Block 394 The Clewlston Co. ............... 1.42 Lot 25 Block 403 ....."'.... The Clewiston Co. ............ ..... 1.42
1Q Lot 21 Block 394 .::::::::.:. The Clewiston Co' ................ 1.42 Lot 26 Block 403 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70

Lot 22 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 I Lot 1 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
.. Lot 23 Block 394 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 2 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co.-....... 1.42 f.)
y J Lot 24 Block 394 ............ The Clewlston Co ................ 1.42 Lot 3 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 '
:= fI) f"t Lot 25 Block 394 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 4 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co ................ 1.42 y
Lot 26 Block 394 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1,42'y Lot 5 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 27 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.4 2 Lot 6 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1. 4 2
L Lot 28 Block 394 ............ The Clewiston Co' ................ 1.70 Lot 7 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 1 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 8 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot :2 Block 395 ............ The Clewistol1 Co. ................ 1,42 Lot 9 Block 404 ............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 3 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 10 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
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LotI Block .395 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.4 2 Lot 11 Block 404 .........__. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 5 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.4 2 Lot 12 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 6 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.4 2 Lot 13 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
: Lot 7 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................. 1.42 Lot 14 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 8 Block 395 ............ The Clewfston Co ................ '1.70 Lot 15 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 9 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 16 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 10 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 17 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 11 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.4 2 Lot 18 Block 401 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 12 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.4 2 Lot 19 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 13 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 20 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
;: Lot 14 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.4 2 Lot 21 Block 404 ............ The Clewisttfn Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 15 Block 395 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.4 2 Lot 22 Block 404 ........:... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42
Lot 16 Block 395 ............ The Ciewistoll Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 23 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co. ''''.'''........ 1.42
Lot 1 Block 396 ............ The Clewiston Co. ......__........ 1.70 Lot 24 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co ................ 1.42
'" Lot 2 Block 396 ............ Jessie L. Kuderling ............ 1.42 Lot 25 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co, .....?......... 1.42
Lot 3 Block 396 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 26 Block 404 ............ The Clewiston Co. .......,........ 1.70
r Lot1 Block 396 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 1 Block 405 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80
it: Lot 5 Block 396 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 2 Block 405 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 .
\ Lot 6 Block 396 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42r' Lot 3 Block 405 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 _
r'.. Lot 7 Block 396 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 4 Block 405 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 .: *
': '" Lot 8 Block 396 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 5 Block 405 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
> Lot 9 Block 396 ............ The Clewiston o. ................ 1.70f Lot 6 Block 405 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 10 Block 396 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 7 Block 405 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
. Lot 11 Block 396 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 8 Block 405 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
;:. Lot 12 Block 396 ...........: The Clewiston Co. __.............. 1.42 Lot 9 Block 405 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
,+ ; Lot 13 Block 396 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 10 Block 405 ............ The Clewiston Co. ..........._.... 3.10
Lot 14 Block 396. ........... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 12 Block 405 ..._........ John W. Myers .................... 3.10
r., Lot 15 Block 396 ............ The CJewiston Co. ........!'....... 1.42 Lot 13 Block 405 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80
; Lot 16 Block 396 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 1 Block 406 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.34
Lot 1 Block 397 .......;..:. The Clcwiston Co. .....__........; 4.50 Lot 2 Block 406 ...._....... The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
Lot .2 Block 397 ............ The Clewiston Co. ..........,..:.. 310 Lot 3 Block 406 .:::"'.:";; The Clewiston Co. .........?..... 4.50
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Lot 4 Block 406 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 Lot 25 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.S8
i Lot 5 Block: 406 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 Lot 26 Block 415 ............ The ClewiHton Co. c............... 1.9S
Lot 6 Block 406 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 Lot 27 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ......: ........ 2.40
Lot 7 Block 406 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 Lots 28-29 Block 415 ........ The Clewiston Co. __.............. 3.10:
Lot 8 Block 406 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 Lots 30-31 Block 415 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.51
Lot 9 Block 406 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 Lots 32-33 Block 415 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ :a.51
{ Lot 10 Block: 406 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 Lots 34-35 Block 415' ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54
,ft2... Lot 11 Block 406 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................. 4.50 Lots 36-37 Block 415 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.5.11
.-; Lot 12 Block 406 ........... The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.5i Lots 38-39 Block: 415 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.5.1
Lot 13 Block 406 ...........: The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.90 Lot 40 Block 415 ............ L. M" Harding .................... J.9S
Lot 4 Block 407 ..........:. -'. The Clewiston Co. ................ 5,20 Lots 41-42-43 Block 415 .. The Glewiston Co. ................ 3.80
Lot 5 Block 407 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.20 Lot 1 Block 416 ............ ;. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.4Q "J
Lot 6 Block 407 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.20 Lot 2 Block 416 ........ .. The Clewi=ton Co. ................, 1.93
Lot 7 Block 407 ............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.20 Lot 3 Block 416 ............ Tho Clewi-ton Co. ................ 1.98 4.c
Lot 8 Block 407 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.20 Lot 4 Block 416 ............ The Clewirton Co. ................' l.OS ,
Lot 9 Block 407 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.20 Lot 5 Block 416 ............ The Clewibton Co. ................ 1.9S.!
': Lot 10 Block 407 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.20 Lot 6 Block 41'6 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.9S
Lot 11 Block 407 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.20 I Lot 7 Block 416 ............ The Clewiston Co' ................ 1.98
Lot 12 Block 407 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ .0.10 Lot 8 Block 416 ............ ..;, The Clewicton Co. ................ 1.98 y
Lot 1 Block 408 ............ The Clewiston Go ................ 3.80 I Lot 9 Block 416 ............ .. : The Clewiston Co. ................. 1.38
Lot 2 Block 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 10 Block 416 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 3 Block: 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 11 Block 416 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 4 Block 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 12' Block 416 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 5 Block 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 12. Block 416 ............ The Clev-i :ton Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 6 Block: 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 14 Block 416 ............ The Clewiston! Go, ................ 1.981
Lot 7 Block 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 15 Block 416 ............ The ,Clewiston Co. ................ 1.9S
Lot 8 Block: 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 16 Block 416 ............ The Clewiston Co.. ................ 1.9S I
Lot 9 Block 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 17 Block 416 ............ The Clewiston Co ..............;. .1.98
Lot 10 Block 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3,10 Lot 18 Block 416 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ :'1.9S
Lot 11 Block 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3'10 Lot 19 Block 416 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 12 Block: 408 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4'50 Lot 20 Block 416 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ :1.98
Lot 1 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1'70 Lot a1 Block 416 ............ .. The Clewiston Co ................ ;1.98 I
Lot 2 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1 :42 Lot 22 Block 416 ............ The Clewistoia Co. ................ .2.10 I
Lot 3 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lots 23-24 Block 416 ........ .' The Clewiston Co ................ '3.10 I
Lot 4 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lots 25-26 Block 416 ........ ::. The Clewiston Co. ..._........... _:2.54 ,. '
Lot 5 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lots 27-28 Block 416 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.5 4.
Lot 6 Block 409 ............ The Ciewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lots 29-30 Block 416 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2,54
Lot 7 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lots 312 Block 416 ........ The. Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54: .
Lot 8 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lots 33-24 Block 416 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.51
Lot 9 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lots 5-36 Block 416 ........ ; The Clewiston Co ................ 2.51 .
Lot 10 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lots 37-38 Block 416 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ j 2.54
Lot 11 Block 409 ........... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 ....ots 39-40 Block 416 ........ : The Ciewiston Co. ................ ; 2.54
Lot 12 Block 409 ............ t'l The Clewiston Co. ................ 1 .98 Lots 41-42 Block 416 ........ The Clewiston Co. -............... 2.54, ,....;..J\...,
Lot 13 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lots 43-44 Block 416 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ ; 3.10
l Lot 15 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 3 Block 417 ............ The Glewiston Co. ................. 2.54 "
I h.... Lot 16 Block 409 ............ .... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 4 Block 417 ............ .. The Clewiston Co. ................ i 2.54 I '
1.8 -, Lot''' 17 Block 409 .. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 5 Block 417 ............ The- Clewiston Co. .__............. 2.51 J
f yf Let 18 'Block 409 ::::::::::.. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 6 Block 417 ............ The 'Clewiston Co.-. : 2.54 .
6 Lot 19 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 7 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 -
Lot 20 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 8 Block 417 ............ The Clawiston Co. ................ 2.54 j '
Lot 21 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 9 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 :., .
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Lot 22 Block 409 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................' 1.56 Lot 10 Block 417 .........:.. .; The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.541 ;.1 .
Lot '23 Block 409 ............ -- The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 11 Block 417 .........:.. The: Clewiston! Co. ................ 2.54 i "
Lot 24 Block 409 ...........: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lot 12 Block 417 .............' -:, The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 0
Lot 1 Block 410 ............ :' The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lot 13 Block 417 ...........:,. .r., The. Clewiston Co ........."...._. 2.51
Lot 2 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 14 Block 417 ............ : The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.51
Lot 3 Block 410 ............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 15 Block 411 ............ :" The Clewiston Co. ................ ,,2.54The' ti .
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Lot '4 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1 1.56 Lot 16 Block 417 ...:........ .:. ,' Clewiston Co. ................ :' 2.54 '" .
Lot 5 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1 1.56 Lot 17 Block 417 ............ The, Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54' ,'r:'
Lot 6 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ..__............ 1.56 Lot 18 Block 417 ............ The Glewiston Co. ................ 2.54 TJ e_
Lot 7 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ ]1.56 Lot 19 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 .
I Lot 8 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 29 Block 417 ............ .. .. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 N
'j Lot 9 Block 410 .......... The Clewiston Co. .:............... 1.56 Lot 24 Block 417 .._.......... ,' The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 '
Lot 10 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 25 Block 417 ............ :', The Clew ton Co. ................ ,1.9 S ((1).ro
Lot 12 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 26 Block 417 _.......... -. The Clewiston: Co' ................ 1.9S
j Lot 13 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. __.............. '198 Lot 27 Block 417 ............ '.. The Ciewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 14 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1:56: Lot 28 Block 417 ............ 'The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 15 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 29 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston uCo ................ 1.9S
Lot 16 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 30 Block 417 ............ : The Clewiston Co. ................ -1.9 1\ '
Lot 17 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 31 Block 417.. .......;.... : The Clewiston 'Co. ................ 1.98 .
Lot 18 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co; ................ 1:56: Lot 32 Block 417 ........m.lr.-, The Clewisten Co ................ 1.9 g I
Lot 19 Block: 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 33 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 I F1 0
Lot 34 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co ................ 1.98 .',
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Lot 20 Block: 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 :
Lot 21 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 35 Block .417 ............. .. The Clewiston Co: ................ 1.98
Lot 22 Block 410 ...r..h The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 36 Block 417 ............ ..,I. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 =
Lot 23 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 37 Block 417 ............ ,. The Clewiston Co. ...............: 1.98
: Lot 24 Block 410 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lot 38 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.9S I ,, ::r
: Lot :9 Block' 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 ,
.' Lot 1 Block 411 ............ .: The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 .'
sr. i'.. .' Lot 3 Block 411 ,........... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 40 Block 417 ............ ," The Clewiston'Co.. ................ 1.93
., ;f.. :4 J;>... :..- Lot 6 Block 411 ............ L. L, Lynn ............................ 1,98 Lot 41 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston' Co. ......_......... 1.98 .t J '
r .'} Lot 8 Block 411 ............ The Clewiston Co. ..............., 1:98: Lot 42 Block 417 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 ,
Ii K Lot 10-11 Block 411 ....... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 Lot 43 Block 417 ':"'.''''''' ''' The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.9S
1l<',.. Lot 12-13 Block 411 .......: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lot 44 Block 417 ............ '. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 '
Lot 14-15 Block 411 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lot 1 Block 418 ............ ...... The Clewiston Co ...,......,..... 3.38
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:. Lot 16-17 Block 411 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lot 2 Block 418 .........,.. ': The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82
Lot 18-19 Block 411 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 Lot 3 Block 418 ............ : The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82
Lot 20 Block 411 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 Lot 4 Block 418 ..........:. The Clewiston Co ................ 2.82 0
Lot 21 Block 411 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................*', 1.98 Lot 5 Block '418 ...........: The Clewiston Co: ................ 2.82 (I) '
Lot 22 Block 411 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1,70 Lot 6 Block 418 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82
Lot 23 Block 411 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 7 Block 418 ...........: : : The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82 ,. 8 .Ej
Lot 25 Block 411 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 10 Block 418 ..............,.. Tho Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82 ".-,rr
.. Lot 26 Block 411 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 11 Block 418 ............ .. : The Clewiston Co ................ 2.54 .
Lot 27 Block 411 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot '12 Block 418 ............. ; ; The Clewiston Co ................. 2.54 1A.t1
Lot 28 Block 411 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 Lot 13 Block 418 ............ ., The Glewiston Co. --.............. 2.54 \
Lot 1 Block 412 ........m. Clewiston Laundry Co. ....,... :35.30 Lot 20 Block 418 .........:.. The Clewiston Co. ..._.......:.... 2.10 .
Lot 2 Block 412, ResidenceLot Marion F. Leydig' ................ ]L9.90 Lot 21 Block 418 ...........: :' The Clewistou Co. ................ 1.9S .
3 Block 412 ............ The Clewiston Co. :............... 1.70 Lot 22 Block 418 ............ .) The Clewiston Co. ................ '
Lot 4 Block 412 ............ Joseph W. Smith ................ 1.70 Lot 23 Block 418 ............ The Clewiston, Co. ................ 1.98\\ ': -}
Lot 5 Block 412 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 24 Block 418 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.88 ,
Lot 6 Block 412 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.7 0 Lot 25 Block 418 ........... : The Clewiston Co' .......'"'?... 1.9S .
Lot 9 Block 412 ............ Fred Henriksen .................... 7.16 Lot 26 Block 418 ...........: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 ,0
Lot 10 Block 412 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 Lot 27 Block 418 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 .
I Lot 11 Block 412 ............ A. J. Wilders ........................ I 1.70 Lot 28 Block 418 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54
Lot 12 Block 412 ............ A. J. Wilders .....................=.. 1.70 Lot 1 Block 422 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3,80 ,
Lot 13 Block 412 ............ A. J. Wilders ..................:..... 1.70 Lot 2 Block 42'l. ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82 .y' -
Lot 14 Block 412 ............4 A. J. Wilders ........................ 1.70 Lot 2 Block 422 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82 '. \ .
Lot 15 Block 412 ............ A. J. Wilders ........................ 1.70 Lot 4 Block 422 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82 1 ';
Lot 16 Block 412 ............ A. J. Wilders ........................ 1.70 Lot 5 Block 422 ............ The Clewiston Co ............ .... 2.82 II 'J.II' :, .
Lots 17-18-19 Block 412 .. The Clewiston ,Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 6 Block: 422 ..........:. The Clewiston Co. ................ ,
Lot 20 Block: 412 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 Lot 7 Block j22 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82\\ .
IfI' Lot 22 Block 412 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1,70 Lot 8 Block 422 ............ ; The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82 -- ,. '. :' .
t Lot 23 Block 412 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ '1.70 Lot 9 Block 422 ............ : The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.38 ,
L' Lot 24 Block 412 ............ The Clewiston Co. .................. 1.70 Lot 10 Block 422 ............ ,. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2,54 -. ,. ,
Lot 25 Block 412 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 11 Block 422 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 '
Lots 26-27 Block 412 ........ Mabel Frances .........:...:........ 3.10 I Lot 12 Block 422 ............ The Clewiston Co. ......,......... 1.98 -- ..
Lot 28 Block 412 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 Lot 13 Block 422 ............ :_ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 ,
Lot 1 Block 413 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.59 Lot 14 Block 122' ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ .' 1.98
Lot 2 Block 413 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 15 Block 422 ............ :; The CXewistou Co. ..............._ 1.98
Lot 3 Block 413 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 16 Block 422 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 t
Lot 4 Block 413 .....;...... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 17 BlocK 422 .........._. The Clewiston Co' .......,........ 1.93
Lot 5 Block 413 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 18 Bloch 422, ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ .' 2.10
Lot 6 Block 413: ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 19 Block 422 ............ Ilollis Lanier ........................ 2.51
Lot 7 Block 413 ...........: The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 I Lot 20 Block 422 ............ Hollis Lanier ........................ 2.54
Lot 8 Block 413 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 Lot 21 Block 422 ............ Hollis Lanier ...:.................... 2.51
Lot 9 Block 413 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 I Lot 22 Block 422 ............ Hollis Lanier ......................... '2.54
Lot 10 Block 413 .....:...... The Clewiston Co. ................ 8.80 Lot 23 Block 422 _........... Hollis Lanier ......___............... 2.5-1-'
Lot 11 Block 413 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 24 Block 422 ............ Hollis Lanior ........:....._......... 2.54
Lot 12 Block 413 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 Lot 25 Block 422 ............ The Clewiston Co. ..n............ 2.54
Lot 1 Block: 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. .............:.. 3.10 Lot 26 Block 422 ............:: The Clewiston Co ................ '2.54
Lot 2 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 27 Block 422 ...........; Elmer G. Case .................... 2.54
Lot 3 :Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 28 Block 422 ............ : Elmer G. Case .................... 3.10
Lot '4' Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot: 2 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston 1.98
Lot 5 Block 415 ............ Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 3 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 6 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 4 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ....__.......... 1.98
Lot 7 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 5 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ........___..... 1.98
Lot 8 Block' 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 6 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 11 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 Lot 7 Block 423 ..........:. The Clewiston Co. .........___..,, 1.98
Lot 12 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 Lot 8 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. .._.............. 1.98!;I
'?" Lot 13' Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 Lot 9 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ...........':..,< 1.98
Lot 14 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 10 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.9S
Lot 15 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 11 Block 423 .....:...... The Clewiston Co. ......P......... 1.98
Lot 16 Block 415 ..........., The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 12 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. .....:..........' 1.98
Lot 17 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................. 1.98 Lot 13 Block 423 ............ Tho Clewiston Co ................ 1.98
Lot 18 Block 415 ..,......... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 14 mock 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 19 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 15 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. _............... 1.98
Lot 20 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 16 Block 423 ............ The Clewis tOll Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 21 Block 415 _....:.... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 17 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.9S
Lot 22 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 18 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 23 Block 415 ......,..... The Clewlaton Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 19 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 24 Block 415 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 20 Block 423 .........::. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98






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Lot 21 Block 423 ............ "0: "" The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 21 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
Lot 22 Block 423 ............. .. :;7: .. .. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 Lot 22 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
Lot 23 Block 423 .......-... ..t Frank A. Cleland ................ 2.54 Lot 23 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82
Lot 24 Block 423 ............ i Frank A. Cleland ................ 2.54 Lot 1 Block 429 ............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 25 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 2 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ........:....... 1.70
Lot 26 Block 423 .....-..... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 3 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
".ot 28 Block 423 ............ ,v Elmer G. Case ................:... 2.54 Lot 4 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 29 Block 423 ............ Elmer G. Case .................... 2.54 Lot 5 Block 429 ......:.... The Clewiston Co. r............... 1.70 _
Lot 30 Block 423 ............. The Clewiston Co. _............... 2.54 Lot 6 Block 429 ........;... The Clewiston Co ................ 1.70
Lot 31 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 7 Block 429 ...........: The Clewiston Co. ......._....... 1.70
Lot 32 Block 423 ............ The Cl.ewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 8 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. .......-....... 1.70
Lot. 33 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 9 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
'.ot 34 Block: 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 10 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
.ot 35 Block 423 ............ The Clewfston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 11 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
,ot 36 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.5.1 Lot 12 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ....?.......... 1.70
...ot 37 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 13 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 38 Block 423 ............ The ClewIston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 14 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 39 Block 423 ............ .;' The Clewiston Co. ................ 2,54 Lot 15 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. .............,.. 1.70
Lot 40 Block 423 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 16 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lots 1-2 Block 424 ............ The CIewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 17 Block 429 ..........:. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lots 3-4 Block 424 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 18 Block 429 ............ ( The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
I. Lots 5-6 Block 424 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 19 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12
Lots 7-8 Block 424 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 20 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
Cc Lots 9-10 Block 424 .......... The Clewis ton Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 21 Block 429 ............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
Lots 11-12 Block 424 ........ The CIewiston Co: ................ 2.54 Lot 22 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
,. Lots 13-14 Block 424 ........ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 23 Block 429 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ '2.12
cI Lots 15-16 Block 424 ........ The ClewIston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 1 Block 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
Lots. 17-18 Block 424 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 2 Block 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. .............J... 1.56
I Lots 19-20 Block 424 ........ The Clewiston Co: ....__.......... 2.54 Lot 3 Block 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. ............:... 1.56
Lots 21-22 Block 424 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 4 Block 430 ............ The Clewiston Co ................ 1.56
r: Lot 5 Block 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. .................. 1.56
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1. ot 23 Block 424 ............ Co ................ 2.40
, The Clewiston ....... 6 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
Lot 25 Block 424 ............ Co. ......... 1.98 LOt BloCk .
f't' The Clewiston .. 7 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
Lot 26 Block 424 ............ Co. .............. 1.98 LOt Block
, Lot 27 Block 424 ........_.. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 LOt 8 Block 430 ..m....... The Clewiston Co ................ 1.56
The Clewiston 9 430 ............ The Clewiston Co ................ 1.56
, Lot 28 Block 424 ............ Co. ................ 1.98 LOt
.. Block ............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
The CIewiston 10 430
Lot 29 Block 424 ............ Co. ........ ....... 1.98 LOt '
f 11 Block 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 I
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Lot 30 Block 424 ............ Co ................ 1.98
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Lot 12 Block 430 ............ Co. 1.84
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r Lot 31 Block 424 ............ The ston Co. ............... 1.98
The Clewiston Co. ................
Lot 32 Block 424 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 13 Block 430 .... 1.84
The Clewiston Co. ................
Lot 14 .... .... 1.56
Lot 33 Block 424 ............ The CIewlston Co ................ 1.98 Block 430 _
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Lot 34 Block' 424 ............ The Clewston! Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 15 Block 430 .... 1.56
S-t Lot 16 Block 430 .. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
Lot 35 Block 424 ............ The Clewlston Co. 1.98
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The Clewiston Co ................ 1.56
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Lot 37 Block 424 .......,.,.. The Clewston! Co. .".".."."". 1.98
The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
Lot 38 Block 424 ............ The Clewiston Co ...... ......... 1.98 Lot 19 Block 430 ."""".
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Lot 39 Block 424 ......... The Clew ston Co ......:........ 1.98
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Lot 41 Block 424 ............ The Clew ston Co. ...........__..... 1.98 Lot 22 Block 430 ; : :
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c Lot 23 Block 430 .._........
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0 c Lot 42 Block 424 ......... Co. 1.98
"""" Lot 24 Block 430 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
Lot 43 Block 424 ............ The Clewston! Co. ........... ... 1.98 I
Lot 1 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
0 Lot 44 Block 424 ............ The ClewIs ton Co ................ 2.40'' '
Lot 2 Block 431 ........ ... The Clewiston Co. ...........:.... 1.70
r: c Lot 1 Block 425 ............ The Clewston Co. ................ 3.38 : ,
Lot 3 Bk 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 2 Block 425 ............ The Clew ston Co. ............... 2.54
Lot 4 Block 431 ............- The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
f Tot 3 Block 425 ............ ._ The Clew ston Co. ................ 2.54
Lot 5 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. .........;...... 1.70
Lot4 Block 425 ............ The Clew ston Co. ................ 2.54
Lot. 6 Block 431 ..... .. The Clewiston Co .........:...... 1.70
Tot 5 Block 425 ............ The Clew ston Co. ................ 2.54
Lot 7 Block 431 The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
(J.) T,ot 6 Block 425 ............ The Clew ston Co. ................ 2.54 """ "
Lot .8 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
t Lot 7 Block' 425 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 2.54
= Lot 9 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
Lot 8 Block 425 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 10 Block 431 .........:.. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
: Lot 9 Block 425 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 11 Block, 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
g Lot 10 Block 425 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.38 Lot 12 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
V g Lots 11-12 Block 425 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lot 13 Block 431 ............. The Clewiston Co. ................. 1.84
Lots 13-14 Block 425 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 14 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
Lots 15-16 Block 425 ........ The Clewiston Co. ............... 2.54 Lot 15 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. .............._. 1.98
U Lots 17-18 Block 425 ........ The Clewiston Co. .......-....... 2.54 Lot 16 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
A. Lots 19-20 Block 425 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 17 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
f:. Lots 21-=22 Block 425 ........ The Clewiston Co. .......-....... 2.5.1 Lot 18 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lots 23-24 Block 425 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 19 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lots 25-26 Block 425 ........ The Clewiston Co. .............- .. 3.10 Lot 20 Block 431 ............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70

.ot 27 Block 425 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 2.40 Lot 21 Block 431 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
F == Lot 28 Block 425 ............ The ClewIston Co. ..........._... 1.98 Lot 22 Block 421 ............ The' Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
\cc. Lot 29 Block 425 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 23 Block 431 ............ 'The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
1'p .... '1. Lot 30 Block 425 ...........; The Clewiston Co. ..........._... 1.98 Lot 1 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
r .. ...., Lot 31 Block 425 ..........:: The Clewiston Co. ..............., 1.98 Lot 2 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
'. T.ot 32 Block 425 ............ The Clewtston Co. ...............' 1.98 Lot 3 Block 432 ...:........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
: == Lot 33 Block 425 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 4 Block 432 ..........:.- The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
.: .. Lot 34 Block 425 ............ The Clewfston Co. ..............., 1.98 Lot 5 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston. Co. ................ 1.56
; "\ Lot 35 Block 425 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 6 Block 432 ........... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
Lot 36 Block 425 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 7 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
-. Lot 37 Block 425 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 8 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
Q Lot 38 Block 425 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 9 Block 432 .....,...... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 A
; Lot 39 Block 425 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98
: Lot 10 Block 432 .....,...,.. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40
.. / 0 !:...::J .ot 40 Block 425 ...,........ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot itBlock 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84

: t'I Lot 41 Block 425 ............ The Clewlston Co ,............... 2.26 Lot 12 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
; Lot 42 Block 425 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................. 2.26 Lot 13 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40
t:'"""' Lot 43 Block 425 ............ The Clewlston Co. ..............,. 2.26 Lot 14 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................. 1.84

Lot 1 Block 426 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 15 Block 432 ...,.....:.. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56

i;' Lot 2 Block 426 ............ The Clewiston Co.- 1.56 Lot 16 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
= Lot 3 Block 426 ............ l'' The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.5 6 Lot 17 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
Lot 4 Block 426 ............ ".-_ The Clewfston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 18 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
: o Lot 5 Block 426 ............ :. ., ,. The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 19 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 I
1- Lot 6 Block 426 ............ r'. .. The Clewiston Co ................ 1.56 Lot 20 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ...............; 1.56 I
; 0 Lot 7 Block 426 ............ .:.::r-: : The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 21 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ..........;..... 1.56
Lot 8 Block 426 ............ -.r The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 Lot 22 Block 432 ............ The Clewiston Co. ............._.. 1.84
b; Lot 9 Block 426 ............ s..' :0: The CIewist Co. ........?...... 2.26 Lot 1 Block 433 ...........: The Clewiston Co. ................_ 1.70
' .. Lot 10 Block 426 ..:........ 1, ... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 Lot 2 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston 'Co ................ 1.K6!
; Lot 11 Block 426 ............ ''t. The Clewiston Co. ................. 1.70 Lot 3 Block. 433 .,.......... The Clewiston Co. ................. 1.56 t
\ Lot 12 Block 426 ............ ;.; The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 4 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
':" Lot 13 Block 426 ............ :: The Clewlston Co. ..........,..... 1.7 0 Lot 5 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56;
' 6 Lot 14 Block 426 ............ : ? f The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 6 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ............:... 1.56
.J.>'" I Lot 15 Block 426 ............ .' J I The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.70 I Lot 7 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
>: -' Lot 16 Block 426 ............ T{f. The Clewfston Co. ............... 1.70 I Lot 8 Block 433 ...,........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
.c. .. Lot 17 Block 426 ............ :" '" The Clewfston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 9 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
_: Lot 18 Block 426 ............ ". The CIewiston Co. ................ 1.7 0 Tot 10 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12
_. Lot 19 Block 426 ............ The ClewIston Co. ....:........... 2.82 Lot 11 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
Lot 20 Block 426 ............ '': The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 Lot 12 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
k. Lot 21 Block 426 ............ -The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 Lot 13 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
o-,' Lot 22 Block 426 ............ The Clewis ton Co.- 2.54 Lot 14 BlocIf' 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84
k; Lot 1 Block 427 ............ : ': The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.7 0 Lot 15 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ l.Sfi
', Lot 2 Block 427 ............ ...".. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 16 Block 433 .....m.... The Clewiston Co. ................ l.Sfi fj
i Lot 3 Block 427 ............ ..... '.;'. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 17 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.5r. :.r
Lot 4 Block 427 ............ -;: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 18 Block 433. ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56The !
Lot 5 Block 427 ............ """ -'=:"J- The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 19 Block 433 _...........' Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56

Lot 6 Block 427 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 20 Block 433 ............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
r.t Lot 7 Block 427 ..........., The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 21 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co": ................ 1.56
t Lot 8 Block 427 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 22 Block 433 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.5K
t, T.ot 9 Block 427 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 Lot 1 Block 446 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.RS
Lot 10 Block 427 ..m...... *- The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 Lot 2 Block 446 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
rL lot 11 Block 427 ............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.7 0 Lot 3 Block 4.16 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
rt t Lot 12 Block 427 ............. The Clewistoll Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 4 Block 446 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
Lot 13 Block 427 ............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1. 7 0
._, Lot 5 Block 446 ........;... The Clewiston Co. ........_....... 2.26
e\ Lot 14 Block 427 ............ The ClewJston Co. ................ 1.7 0 Lot 6 Block 446 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26)
! Lot 15 Block 427 ............ :. .>.:"". The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 7 Block 446 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
Lot 16 Block 427 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 8 Block 446 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
Lot 17 Block 427 ............ .' ,. The Clewfston Co. ................. 1.70 Lot 9 Block 446 ............ The Clew'iston Co. ................ 2.26 I
''1 Lot 18 Block 427 ............ The ClewJston Co. ................ 1.7 0 Lot 10 Block 446 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
Lot 19 Block 427 ............ The Clewiston Co. ..............? 3.10 Lot 11 Block 446 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
Lot 20 Block 427 ............ The Clewlston Co. .........m.... 2,2fi Lot 12 Block 446 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.68
Lot 21: Block 427 ..........,. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 I Lots 13-14 Block 446 ........ The Clewlston Co. ................ :3.80
Tot 22 Block 427 ..,......... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Lots 15-16 Block 446 ........ The Clewiston!' Co. ................ 3.10
Tot 1 Block 428 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.84 Lots 17-18 Block 446 ........ 'The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 2 Block 428 .........:.. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lots 19-20 Block 446 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ :3.10
Lot 3 Brock 428 ............ The Clewis ton Co. .-................ 1.84 Tots 21-22 Block 446 ........ The Clewiston Co .........,.::..... 3.10
:.ot 4 Block 428 ............ The CIewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lots 23.24 Block 446 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
"Lot 5 Block 428 ......:..... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lots 25-26 Block 446 ........ The "Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
'.ot 6 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co ................ 1.84 Lots 27-28 Block 446 ........ The: Clewiston! Co ................ 3.10 v
'Tot 7 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lots 29-30 Block 446 ........ The Clewiston Co. ........... ... S.lP...x
.ot 8 Block 428 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.84 Tots 31-32 Block 446 ........ The CJewiston Co. ................ 3.10- "*
Lot 9 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 Lots 33-34 Block 446 .......: The Clewlstou Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 10 Block 428 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 2.54 Lot 35 Block 446 ............ Jordan Eilers _....................... 3.10
.ot 11 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lot 36 Block 446 ............ Jordan Eilers ...................___.. 3.80
'. t 12 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Tot 1 Block 447 ._.......... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80
r'a Lot 13 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co ......_........ 1.84 Lot 2 mock 447 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24
'Lot 14 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Tot 3 Block 447 ............ The Clewiston Co. .__............. 3.24
of 15 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co.-....... 1.84 Lot 4 Block 447 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24
'.ot 16 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co. .:............. 1.84 Lot 5 Block 447 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24
.ot 17 Block 428 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lot G Block 4.17 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24
Lot 18 Block 428 .....,...... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 Lot 7 Block 447 ..........,. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24
Lot 19 Block 428 ............ The Clewfston Co. ........; .... 2,82 Lot 8 Block 447 ............ The Clewlston Co ................ 3.24
Lot 20 Block 428 .;;;........ ThA Clewiston Co ...-........... 2.26 Lot 9 Block 447 r ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24L





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I Lot 10 Block 447 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.24 I'Lot 34 Block 453 ............ The Clewi.tonCo. ................ 3.19
Lot 11 Block 447 ............ The Clewlston Co. ................ 3.24 Lot 35 Block 453 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.8Q i
i Lot 12 Block 447 ............ The Clewiston' Co. ................ '4.08 Lot 4 Block 495 ............ The:! Hlcwiston Co. ................ 1,7Q
Lot 13 Block 447 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.08 Lot 2 Block 495 ......._...; The Clewisten Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 14 Block 447 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 Jot 3 Block 45!} ......:....:. i'l 1'0 Cley/iston Co. _............... 1.70
Lot 15 Dock 447 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 Lot 4 Block 495 ............ The Clewiston Co ................ '1.70
I Lot 16 Block 447 ..........,. The Clewiston Co. ................ 8.21 Lot 5 Block 495 ..........._ The Ciewiston; Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 17 Block 447 ............ : The Clewiston Co. ..;............. 3.24 Lot C Block 495 ............ Tlti Cc'-viston! Co. ................ 1.9.8
4 Lot 18 Block 447 ............ .. The Clewislon Co. ................ 3.24 Lot 7 Block 495 ..............: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98T
Lot 19 Block 447 ............ '. The Clewislon Co. ................ 3.2-1 Lot 8 'Block 495 ............ :.c ClctviStcu Co. ................ 1.9S.
Lot 20 Block 447 ............ ... The Clewiston Co .......:........ 3.24 Lot 10 Block 495 ....;........ [Mi-5.: M. li. Porttews ............ 1.9S!
I Lot 21 BloCK 447 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 Lot 11 Block 495 ............ The Clewicton Co. ................ 3.1ft
Lot 22 Block 447 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 Lot 12 Block 495 ............ Henry & Annis Payertte ........ 2.5-I
Lot 23 Block 447 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 Lot 13 Bock 495 ............ Henry & Annie Payette ........ 2.5
Lot 24 Block 447 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ '3.80 Lot 14 Block 495 ...:........ Claude l.. Becket ................ 2.54
A Lot 1 Block 448 ............ : : The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 Lot 15 Block 41! ............ Annie L. Marshall __............ 2.54
Lot 3 Block 448 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 16 Block 495 ............ Tillie Pavlik ........................ 1.70
Lot 4 Block 448 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 17 Block 495 ............ The Clewiston Co. .........._.... 1.98
': Lot 6 Block 448 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 18 Block 495 .....: ...._ The Clewiston Co. _............... :LOS
Lot 7 Block 448 ............ ;, The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 1 Block 498 ............ The Clewiston Co. .........._..... 1.70
Lot 9 Block 448 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 2 Block '498 .........._.. The Clewiston Co .... __......... 1.70(
Lot 10 Block 448 ............ The'Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot Block 498 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 11 Block 4/18 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1,98 Lot 4 Block 498 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 12 Block 448 ............ j The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 Lot 5 Block 498 ........._.. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 14 Block 448 ............ The Clewiston Co. J............... 1.98 Lot 6 Block 498 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.9 S
Lot 16 Block 448 ............ The Clewis ten Co. L.. :............ 1.98 Lot 7 Block!: 498 .....:..:... The Clewiston Co. ... ........:... 1.! 8
-" Lot 17 Block 448 ............ The Clewis tall Co. ................. 1.98 Lot 8 Block 498 ............ The Clewiston Co. ........n...... 2.51
Lot. 19 Block 448 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 9 Block 498 .........:.. Mary C. Simms ....... ... ..:.... ( :1.70G.
Lot 20 Block 448 ............ The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 10 Block 49,8 .......;.:., W. Fuquay ...............:.:.. 1.70
1 Lot 22 Block 448 ...........: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 11 Block 198 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
: Lot 23 Block 448 ............. The Clewiston CO. 'T"........... 1.98 Lot 13 Block 498 ............ The Clewiston Co ................ 1.70
"i Lot 1 Block 449 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2,40Lot 15 Block 498 ............ Edith Taylor ..........?............ 1.70
: t;; I Lot 2 Block 449 :' ; The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 16 Block -4.98 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ l.'fo
: Lot 3 Block 449 .:::::::::: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 .. Lot 17 Block 498 ............ The Clewiston 9o. ................ 1.70
>. Lot 4 Block 449 ............ ':. The ClewistoR Co. ................ 1.98 Lot 18 Block 498 ..:....:.... The Clewiston Co. ...:: .......... 1.9S
; I Lot 5 Block 449 ........... The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.9 S All Block 38 .............; ..... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.75
: Lot 6 Block 449 ............ The Cle'Tiston Co. ................ 1.98 All Block 39 .................... The Clewiston (;o. ................ 2.7-6
<- \ Lot 7 Block 449 ........... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 All Black 40 .................... The Clewiston: C0 ................ '. l.tt, .
JJlD Lot 8 Block 449 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 All Block 41 ..................:. The Clewiston Co. ................ 86 .
.: Lot 9 Block 449 ............ .." The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.98 All Block 42 .........?...?.... The Clewiston Co. ................ .86
\ i; Lot '10 Block 449 ............ The Clewiston Co. ............... 1.98 All Block 43 .................... The Clewiston Co. __.............. 1.70
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:' >- Lot 11 Block 449 ........... .. : The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 All Block 44 ?........:......... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
: : Lot 12 Block 449 ............ <- The Clewiston Co. ..........: .... 2.40 All Block 45 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.-K)
.:..:..' ''... Lot 13 Block 449 ............ ';-. The Clewiston Co ................ 2.40 I All Block 46 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.:}0
.' :-:: -.- Lot 14 Bock 449 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 All Block 47 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.20
Lot 15 Block 449 ............ !.; The Clewiston Co. ................ '1.98 All Block 48 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40
:;, rJj Lot 16 Block 449 .......... -. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 ; All Block 49 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50 .
Lot 17 Block 449 ........... The Clewiston Co ................ 1.98 I All Block 50 ..............::.... The Clewiston Co. .....:.,........ .. 3.80
Lot 18 Block 449 ............ The Clewston Co .._............. 1.98 All Block 51 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80
Lot 19 Block 449 ............ '.i The Clewlston Co. ................ 1.98 l All Block 52 ...............,.... The Clewiston Co. __.............. 3.80
Lot 20 Block 449 ............ The Ciewiston Co. ................. 1.98 : All Block 53 .................... The Clewiston Co ................ 4.50
-, Lot 21 Block 449 ............ :. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 All Block 54 ......_.......;..... The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
',' :? Lot 22 Block 449 ............ : : : The Clewiston Co ................ 1.98'; All Block 55 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98
<;" Lot 23 Block 449 ............ ':'.- The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 All Block 5 G...........:........ The Clewiston Co. ..........?.... 1.98
". Lot 24 Block 449 ............ .,:..' The Clewiston Co. .__........... : 1.93 I All Block: 57 .................... The Clewiston Co. ..........._.... 4.50
.-, ,:, : :: Lot 1 Block 450 ............ ..,', The Clewis ton Co. ..............:. 2.12 All Block 58 ..........:......... The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
'.*.'-''\"C'r., ., Lot 2 Block 450 ..........:. .j'. '. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 All Block 59 ..........:......... The Clewistom Co. ...._........... 4.50
Lot 3 Block 450 ............ .): >: The Clewiston Co ................ 2.12 All Block 60 .:.................. The Glewiston Co. ................ 4.5t
"t\ Lot 4 Block 450 ............ The Clewiston Co: ................ 2.12' All Block 61 .................... The Clewiston Co. ..............:. 1.1r8
> <: \ Lot 5 Block 450 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 All Block 62 "'.00'''''''''_",_, The Clewiston Co., ................ 1.98 -
( Lot 6 Block 450 ............ ;; The Cleviston Co. ................ '2.1-2 I All Block 63 .................... .The: Clewiston Co. ...__........... 1.98
V' Lot 7 Block 450 ............ <:J The Clewiston Co ................ 2.121All' Block 6'4 .................... ['h. Clewiston Co. .............:.". 1.98
Lot 8 Block 450 ............ :. The Clewis tall Co. ................ 2.12 'j All Block 65 ..................... The Clewiston Go ..._............ 1.14
Lot 9 Block 450 ............ The Clewiston Co. ..........._. 2.68 I All Dloclt 66 .............__..... The Clewiston Co. _............... 1.14
';, Q) Lot 10 Block 450 ............. .. ; The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.54 All Block 67 .__........_....... The Clew ston Co ................ 1.14
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Lot 11 Block 450 .. ........ : The Clewiston Co. 1.98 68 .... .......... The Clowiston Co. 1.00
V .: S Lot 13 Block 450 ............ < The Clewiston Co. ................. 1.98 : All Block 69 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80
.':"\ Lot 14 Block 450 ...... ):... ,: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 All Block 70 ..........:......... The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
."",;"'""" \'' Lot 16 Block 450 ............ ... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 All Block 71 .....:.....,...:.... The Clewiston Co. ..............I. 3.10.
Lot 17 Block 450 ......:..... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.98 i All Block 72 ......;.........:... The Clewiston Ce ................ 6.60
Lot 20 Block 450 ............ ". The Clewiston Ca. ................ 2.54 I All Block 73 .................... The Clewiston (Co;: ................ 2.26The :
Lot 21 Block 450 ............ .:\ The Clewiston Co. ................ ; 2.54 I All Block 74 _...........;...... Clewiston Co ................ 2.26 .
Let 22 Block 450 ............ '" .' The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 75 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 6.60 ;
I Lot 1 Block 4 51' ............ ..: The Clewis ton Co. ................ 2.12 AU Block 76 .................... The Clewiston\ Co. ............:... 3.10 '.;
Lot 2 Block 451 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 14.30 All Block 77 ..................... The Clewiston Co ................ 3.45 "
E. Lot 3 Block 451 ............ ) The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 Alt Block 78 ..................... The Clewiston Go __......_....... $.10
: Lot 4 Block 451 ............ The Clewiston Co. ..............._ 2.12 All Block 79 .................... The Clewiston Co .........."..... 6.6Q
Lot 5 Block 451 ............ '? The Clewiston Co. ................ 16.40 All Block 80 except Lots
Lot 6 Block 451 ............ .;Rv. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 24 & 25 ........................ The Clewiston Co. ..............:? 6.90 .
Lot 7 Block 451 ............ ;:,, The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 I Lots 24 & 25 Block 80 .... Thomas G. Darnel ............ 2.26 .!
1 Lot 8 Block 451 ..........., .:: :-. The. Clewiston Co & ( All Block 85 .......... .. ..: The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
fd" i,.!'. D. B. Allen ........................ 14.60 All Block 86 ................_... The Clewiston Co ................ 2.10
Lot 9 Block 451 .t *:: The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.68 All Block 88 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.-1Q
Lot 10 Block 451 The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.68 All Block 89 .....__.............. The Clewfcton: Co: ................. 4.50
Lot 11 Block 451 .::..: .*: The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 All Block 90 except Lot 1 The Clewiston Co. ....... ........ 3.80
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Lot 12 Block 451 .......' The Clewiston Co. ................ 14.30 Lot 1 Block 90 .............. Mrs.: R. E. Carpenter ............ 1.00
.ih. Lot 13 Block 451 .: The Clewis ton Co. ................ 2.12 All Block 91 ..........:......... The Clewiston Co. .....:.......... 3.10
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Lot 14 Block 451 ',v' The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 All Block 92 ..............:..... The Clewis ton Co. ................ 3.1tThe >
Lot 15 Block 451 .; The Clewiston Co. ................ 16.40 All Block 93 ..............:...... CleAvlston Co ................' 4.50
Lot 16 Block 451 :* The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 All Block 94 ...................: The Clewiston Co. ................ 3,10
: y Lot 17 Block 451 The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 All Block 95 ...........:........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 8,10
,. ". Lot 18 Block 451 w The Clewlsto Co. ................ 14.30 All Block 96 .............,...... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
(,- Lot 19 Block 451 <- The Olewiston Co. ................ 2.82 All Block 97 .................:.. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
'A' (Jj Lot 20 Block 451 l. The Clawiston Co. ................ 2.40 All Block 98 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 21 Block 451 f The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 All Block 99 ................:... The Glewiston Co. ................ 3.10
.; r'f Lot 22 Block 451 .\M The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 All Block 100 .................... Tha Clewiston Co. ................ .44
.;;' Lot 23 Block 451 / The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82 All Block 101 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ .44
::,'c .Jt.' Lot 1 Block 452 The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 All Block 108 .................... The Clev/iston Co. ................ 2.75
: .) .... Lot 2 Block 452 ..:......... .., The Clewis ton Co. ................ 3.24 All Block 109 ................:... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.75
Lot 3 Block 452 CLot The Clewis ton Co. ................ 2.54 All Block 110 .................... The Clewiston Co. ......_......... 5.20
'.., 4 Block 452 .*-' The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 All Block 111 .................... The Clewiston Co. .........."...... 4.85
: Lot 5 Block 452 ........... -, The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 All Block 112 ...........:........ The Clowisfron Co. ................ 1.00
Lot 6 Block 452 *. .. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 All Block 113 .................... The Clewiston Co. .........._..... 1.00
.. ,', Lot 7 Block 452 .. The Clewiston Co. ............___. 2.54 All Block 114 Less. Canal
:i't'ir- I Lot 8 Block 452 ............ The Clewislon Co. ................ 2.54 n I W ......................,..... The Clewlston Co. ................ .95
Lot 9 Block 452 The Clewiston Co. ..............._ 3.80 All Block 116 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.5
_,' .'\ Lot 10 Block 452 ............ i' The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 All Block 117 .................... The Glewiston Co. ..:.............. 1.70
[1:;:. Lot 11 Block 452 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.H All Block 12ii .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.11
.,... .. Lot 12 Block 452 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 All Block 129 .................... The CleWiston Co. _............... .86
., Lot 13 Block 452 ............ The Clewiston Co r............... 3.24. All Block 130 .............__..... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.45
:. ; \,'.: Lot 14 Block 452 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 All Block 206...._.............. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56
\.. Lot 15 Block 452 ............ ':: The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 All Block 210 .................... The Clewisto Co. ............:... 8.10
T ;> Lot 16 Block 452 The Clewiston Co: ................ 3.24 All Block 212 .............:....... The Clewiston Co. ................ ----
', : Lot 17 Block 452 .......:.... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 All Block 213 ............:....... The Clewiston Co .:.............. 1.28
<,,''",','. Lot 18 Block 452 .: .... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 All Block 214 .............:...... The Clewiston Co. ....._.......... 3.80
!" .. Lots 19-20 Block 452 .....:.., The Clewis ton Co. ................ 8.70 All Block 215 .................... The Clewiston Co. ...._........... .72
]; Lot 21 Block 452 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 All Block 216 ............::...... The! Clewiston Co.-......... -.?'t<
Lots 22-23 Block 452 ........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 8.70 All Block 217 .................... The Clewiston Co. ......,......... .8 G'
Lot 1 Block 453 The Clewiston Co. ................ 2,26 All Block 218 .................... The Clewiston Co. ......._........ 1.11
Lot 2 Block 453 ............ The Clewisto'n Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 220 .................... The Slewiston Co. ....._.._....... .72
Lot 3 Block 453 Tlie Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 230 ..........:........ The Clewiston Co. _............... 41
Lot 4 Block 453 The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 231 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ .44
Lot 5 Block 453 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 232 ....:............... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 6 Block 453 I The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 233 .................... The Clewiston Co. .__............. 3.10\
Lot 7 Block 453 The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 234 .........:.......... The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.20
Lot 8 Block 453 .. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 235 ..............:..... The Clewiston Co. ......... ....... 4.15
Lot 9 Block''' 453 ........:... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 All Block 236 .................... The Clewiston Co. ............. ... 1.70
Lot 10 Block 453 Lilyan S. Cook .................... 3.10 All Block 237 ...........:.:...... The Clewiston Co. ._.............. 4.1w:
Lot 11 Block 453 ............ Lilyan S. Cook .................... 3.10 All Block 238 ........::.......... The Clewiston (;0. ................ 1.70
Lot 12 Block 453 Lilyan S. Cook .................... 3.10 All Block 239 ___................. The Clewistou Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 13 Block 453 Lilyan S. Cook .................... 3.10 All Block 240 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70
Lot 14 Block 453 ............ Lilyan S. Cook .................... 3.10 All Block 241 .................... The Clewistoa Co. ................ 2.2G
Lot 15 Block 453 Lilyan S. Cook .................... 3.10 All Block 242 .................... The Clewiston Co. ..........--.... 3.10
Lot 16 Block 453 The Clewiston Co. ................ r 3.10 All Block 243 ___................. The Clewiston Co. ................ 5.20
Lot 17 Block 453 The Clewislon Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 244 ..........:..::..... The Clewiston Co. ...........",,' 3.80:
Lot 18 Block 453 The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 245 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80
Lot 19 Block 453 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 246 .................... The Clewision Co. ................ 3.80
Lot 20 Block 453 The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 247 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.8-
Lot 21 Block 453 ..........:. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 248 ............:....... The Clewisttfn Co. .._.............. 2.10
& Lot 22 Block 453 The Clewiston Co. ................. 3.10 All Block 249 .............:...... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 23 Block 453 The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 250 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 24 Block 453 The Clewlston Co; ................ 3.10 All Block 251 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
Lot 25 Block 453 The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 253 .................... .. The Clewiston Co. .......:........ 1.0.0
Lot 26 Block 453 The Cewlston! Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 254 .................... The Clewiston Co. ....":........... 1.00
Lot 27 Block 453 The Clewis ton Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 255 .................... The Clewisten Co. _..........,.:-. 1.00
Lot 28 Block 453 ............ The ewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 256 .................... The Clewiston Co.-..:.... '1.14
Lot 29 Block 453 The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 257 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.14
Lot 30 Block 453 ............ The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 258 .................... The Ciewiston Co. ................ 1.14
Lot 31 Block 453 The Clewiston Co. ...........;.... 3.10 All Block 259 .................... The Clewiston C.. ....>........... 1.14
Lot 32 Block 453 The Clewiston Co.' .._............. 3.10 I All Block 260 .................... The Clewiston. Co. ..........._.... 1.14The
Lot 33 Block 453 ..... H; L; Gramstad ;...;;.;....;;.. 3.10 All Block 261 .................... _, '" Clewiston Co. ?.............. 1.14
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All Block 262 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.14 All Block 541 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40
All Block 263 ...-..:............ The Clcwiston Co. ................ 1.14 All Block 542 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
AH Block 261 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.14 All Block 543 .................... The Clewiston Co ................ 3.24 .
All Block 265(j .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.14 All Block 544 except Lots
All Block 266(j ...............>.... The Clewiston Co. ......,......... 1.14 1, 2 & 7 ..............?........ The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.56
All Block 267 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.14 Lots 1 & 2 Block 541 ........ The Clewiston Co. ,............... 1.00
All Block 269! .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 Lot 7 Block 544 .........::; > Emeory Fluckinger & Marie ., '. .
All Block: 270 .............. ..... .. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 Reindlesbacher ................. 1.30 .
All Block 271 ............:....... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 545 .................... Tie Clewiston Co ...........,.... 3.24 .. .' "'-
All Block 272 .......... ..... ... ,' -. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.28 I' All Block 546 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.85
All Block 273..........:......... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 All Block 547 ...................- The Clewiston Co. ................. 3.24 :" "
All Block 274 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.28 I All Block 548 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82
All Block! 275 ..............:.....:.> The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.45 I All Block 549 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26
All Block 276 ..........:......... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.45 All Block 550 except
All Block 277 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 Lot 4 .............................: The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.91
All Block 278 ................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.28 Lot 4 Block 550 .........:.. W. T. Frith .......................... 1.00
All Block 279 ..................:. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.45 All Block 551 .................:.: The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80: L-:1 ', .
All Block 280 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.45 All Block 552 .................... The Clewiston Co ................ 3.45 r--J: '-
All Block 281 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 553 ................:... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 .'-
All Block 282All .................... The Cleviston! Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 554 .................... The Clewiston Co ................ 3.45 aI
Block 283 ..................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 555 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................. 3.80 W.
All Block 284 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 556 ................:... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.45
All Block 285 ....................' ':""h Ciewiston Co. ................ 2.40 All Block 557 ....................- The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.45
A'1 Block 286 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 All Block 558 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.75 =
All Block 287 .................... The C'ewiston Co.- 4.15 All Block 559 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
All Block 288 ..................... rime C'ewiston Co. ................ 2.40 All Block 560 .................... !. The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 11
All Block 289 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 561 ................:... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.45
All Block 290 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 'All Block 562 .................... The Clcwiston Co. ................ 2.75 CDt
All Block 291 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3'.24 All Block 563 ..................... .. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.75
All Block 292 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10 All Block 564 ...................., The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.10
All Block 294 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.14 All Block 565 ................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 8.70
All Block 299 .................... I The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.00 I All Block 566 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.14
All Block 300 .................... The Clewiston; Co. ................ 1.00 All Block 567 ....:............... : The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.45 I e o
All Block 301 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.00 All Block 568 ....................' .'. The Clcwiston Co. ................ 1.14 Gfc
All Block 302 .................... The Clewis ton Co. ................ 1.00 All Block 569 ................:... : The Clewiston Co. ................ 1:35: .
Al Block 306 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.35 All Block 570 ..................... -' The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.14 -
All Block 307 .................... TJ.e C'ewiston Co. ................ 1.35 All Block 571 ................... -. ;: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.35 0
All Block 308 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.14 All Block 572 .................:.. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.14 ,, ,
All Block 30 $ .................... Tlc Clewiston. ................ 1.00 All Block 573 ................::.. ..-; The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.00
All Block :310 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.28 All Block 574 .................... :" ,. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 =
All Block 311 .................... .. The: Clewiston: Co. ................ 1.28 All Block 575 ....................- The Clewiston Co. ................ 86
All Block 315 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.28 All Block 576 .................... ,.' ,. -_ The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.14 0
All Block 316 .................... The Clewiston Co. m............. 1.28 All Block 577 .................... ... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.14
All Block 317 ..................... The C'ewiston Co ................ 1.28 All Block 578 ...................: The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.14
All Block 318 .................... The Clowiston Co. ................ 1.14 All Block 579 ...................: .:, The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.56 .
'AH Block 322 .................... The ewiston: Co. ................ .58 All Block 580 .................... The Clewiston Co.-....... 2.40
All Block 323 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 72 All Block 581 .................. The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.28
AH Block 324 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 All Block 582 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.35 : ..;''t.. i41c
All Block 325 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.00 All Block 583 ...............:.... : The Clewiston Co. ............:... 2.40 -S ..
All Block 326 ...............:.... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.00 All Block 584 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.35 : 4: Ae
All Block 327 .................... T''e C'ewiston Co. ..::............ 1.00 All Block 585 .................... :r-, The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.42 .
All Block 328 .................... .. The Clewiston Co. .........:...... 3.10 All Block 586 ..................:. :'.'.' The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.82 .''
All Block: 329 .................... .The ewiston Co. ................ 3.45 All Block 587 .................... : The Clewiston Co. ................ 72 ." "
All Block 330 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.75 All Block 588 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 .
All Block 331 ..............:..... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.75 All Block 589 ...............:.... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1. 8 4 ; liJ'i"Ji
All Block 332 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................. 2.75 All Block 590 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 .'
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All Block 333 .. The Clewiston Co. .. 2.75 .
m..m. All Block 591 Less R. R. The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.12 ;
All Block 334 .................... The Clewiston Co. ..... ...... 1.70 .. -i : -
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.m. All Block 592 .... ..... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40 ,
All Block 335 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 tiJ
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All Block 593 ..... ........... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40
All Block 336 .................... The Ciewiston! Co. ................ 1.70 _
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All Block 600 ... ......... The Clewiston Co. ................ .86 ..
All Block 337 .................... ": The Clewiston Co. ..._........... 1.70 : -" .\
All Block 601 Less R. R. The Clewiston Co. ................ .813 I .>:\ :.
All Block 338 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 602 ,Less R. R. The Clewiston Co. ................ .65 ,,. ,. -. ....<'..,' '
All Block 339 ................... .
The Clewistou Co. ................ 2.26 All Block 603 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ .65
All Block 342 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.45 .
All Block 604 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ .65 -
All Block 343 ................... '
:; The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.80 I Country Club less CANALR
All Block 344 .................... .- The 'Clewiston Co. ..........:..... 3.80 | WRolling ............................ The Clewiston Co. ................ 42.60
All Block 345 ...................
The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.45
Stock .................... Fruit Growers Express ........ 1.14
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All 3 DO. The Clewiston Co. ................ 4.50
All Block 431 ........,........... : Tile C'ewiston! Co. .. 1.28: --- .- .-,-. "
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All Block 435 ;................... The C!ewis ton Co ............:::.: 93
All Block 436 :............'...... Tie ricwiston Cq ............:..: 2.05 11 IIIIIIIIIIIII J\ lllfI.I !IIIiIilllll! H illmr-rJl 111I111111 lr0 lllIlIllllllll }J. lllilllnlllll IIIIlI! /l lllllIlllllHv.: ; 11i111i !''lIlllii i j IIIIIIIII A IIIIIjmlllw! : r.
AH t Block 437 .............. :...: The Clcwiston Co. .....:::.......: 2.05 J ...... .' '-' .
All Block 438 ............:....... "
The Clewiston Co. ,...:........... 2.05 I
All Block 439 ...:....:.::::::....:: The C'ewis'on Co. ............. 2.4071'CJ i :.. :. ... -..' I :, f- I'
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All Block 440 ...:....:..........;: C'ev-Is'on! Co. ....:: :....:::: 2.40 1'1 -:.-....'.:-'..."" .-.,.I'.",.,,.. .", "- -S"'L'" ,.., : ,.;."',_:':.:, '....,:t, .r".,';, ., .. ''I1i., ::. ....... '-r.;.,, ,'".'"> ": .
All Block 441 ........:.:::...;..i: Tho Clewiston! Go m...:..... ... 2.40 .- c'.j'. : ; '. .'"
All Stock 442 :..........::.:;...: The C'ewiston Co. ....."..:....:::." 2.40 "
All Block 443 ............:.::...: The C'cwis ton Co ....:.......:..: 2.40 I
All Block 444 ::..........:..:::;. The G'ewiston Co. ....."........"...' 2.40 1- -
All Block: 460 ...................: The Clewiston: Co. ...::.:....."...'. ";,51 Newspaper Advertising
,kll Block 461 ...........; ...:.:; The Clewiston Co. ......:......... -
All. Block 462 less canal

TiiW| ................!..!........ Tho Clowiston Co ................ 74
All Block 463: .................... The Clewlston Co .........:...... 1
All Block 464 ............,......; The Clowiston! Co ................ 1I Is The .
AU Clock 465 ,...........\......i The Olrwlston!!! Co. ................ 44 I Best
AU Block 467AH .................... The Glewiston Co. ................ .44 ,
; Block 468 ..................., The Clewiston Co. ................ 44 it >. ;
All Block 478 ......:............. The CJewiston Co. ................ 1.84
All :Flock 479 .................... The C'ewJston Co. ................ 1.14 I I : .
AU Block 480 ...............,..., The Tlewiston Co. ................ 1.56 I ; ; '
AH Block: 481 .................... The C'ewiston Co. ................ 1.14 ; -
AH Block:: 482 ..............:..... The Clewiston Co. ..............? 86 I ... ,. /.J' ,
All Block 483 .................... The Clevistcn. Co. ................ 2.05 BEC"AUSE w w ,..w w.r w :'; .:' 'f', ;,:r',' ''" Kt.
AH Block 484 .................... 'f"c C evis'on. Co. ................ 1.00 II '.' <\ .f : rr: I
All Block 485 ...................: : : ,; ,, .
The C1ewi' -ton Co. ................ .86 .. ,. '. .J .'. :,
All Block 486 .................:.. Tl.e C'!cwi:.ton Co. ........_...... 1.21 .. .. ., ., ',(' '" /: :!,.\;':_' .. .'.,.,.,,;41,"..<," '::
All Block 487 .................;.. "The .r.lf'wisL'n Co. ... .72 ,'' .' .,J. >""v" ..". ', ..,
AH Blcck 488 .................... Tlc ewiston Co. .'."...."......m...... 1.00 .. .> '. .:!;\:. : : : I .: ;
All Block 489 .................... I '' Cl -w.tfm: Co ...........m.. 86 t
All Block 490 .................... 'he C'evts'on Co. ................ 1.00 :<>:
AH Block 491 ..,................. The Ccwi-ion: Co. ................ .93 -;,\ )} I. Newspaper reading universal habit. t i
All mock 492 .................... : ''IP! C'ewi! 'on Co. ........m..... .93 :
All Block 493 .................. np' 1_'
: T"ie ClewiVon; Co. ................ 1.42 .. I. F-:3,
All Block 491 ........ ...... '
..... The: C CWT on Co. .... 1.21 ) '
All Block 496 ................... The C'ewis'on Co. .m..m................ 3.10 i ; S\ 2.: The is eagerly welcomed into I
All Block 497 ....................,- The C'ewiston Co. ................ 2.6S I newspaper ; ,
AU Block 499 .................... Vho ClewJstou Co. ................ 3.10J'| ",.-
All Block 500() .................... The} Clcwiiton Co. ................ 2.681 the home. :" ;
All Block 501 .....::............. The Cicviston Co. ................ 2.68 -.
All Block 502 except
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Lot 16 ............................ "}le Clei"ieton Co. ................ 4.24 .i :
Lot 16 Block. 502 ............ C'laHcs Hacker .................... 1.00 3. Newspapers almost without exception )t.\
All Block 503 except Lot 2 The Clewiston Co. ................ 3.52 :
All Block 504 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 2.51 refuce to take advertisements from fakers -
All Block! 505 except 1- I dish; i

Lois 7 & 11 .................... T', C'cwhtoa' Co ...........:.... 3.12 '
Lot 7 Block 505 ............ ]\11'1.-1. T". O. IToldsworth ........ 1.00 : lonc.zt merchants or unreliable firms. _
Lot 14 Block 505 .....-.....:. P'r-3.: r.. C. Norton Da vsou .. 1.00 I
All Block 506 .................... The CV n iston Co. ....;........... 2.54
AH Block! 507 .................... The riewlston: Co. ................ 2.96 .
A'l Block 508 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.84 "; 4. The cost is less than :' T.- -
All Block 509 .................... The C'ev/iston' Co. ................ 2.96 -..' ,. per prospect any.olhcr
All Block 510 .................... ;': '-
The Clowiston Co. ................ 2.68 -
ill Block 511 Fxcaht .. method.

Lot 14 ..........................;. TIlt} C'ewiston' Co. ................. 2.42 IN1 ,:- : .
J.'it 14 Block 511 :........... The: Okwiston! Co. ..........._ .. 1.00 ,- ,..". .I
.I'll Block' 512 :.:.............:..: The P'ewiston Co. ..............:...: 2.96 r.::.:[ ?..'.. -
All Block 513 ..................:: Tie Clcwislcn Co. ...............: 8.24"He '.,:'j:::;" 5. Your: advertisement appearing >regularly 1 ".
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r AM Block 514 ....:............... ': C ewiston Co. ................ 1.70 ,' "
All Block 515 .......:.....:.,.... '!"'. Efll
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c ( wlston Co. .. ............. 1.70 I jl=
I. Al Block 516 ..................... The C'CTviston-Co ................ 1.70 in. any revwpaper: of standing and prestige also ;
All Block 517 ............:....... The C ewiston Co. ................ 1.70 |
r All Block 518 .................... Tire Clewiston Co. ................ 3.52 !| :marks! your business iJ s one of standing and '-
r All Block 519 .................... The Clewiston, Co. ................ 3.21 ,-
AH n Del: 520 .................... The C'ewiston Co. ................ 2.26 i' '; _
All Block 521 :..::.......::.:...: Tilt Clewiston Co. ................ 2.40Tho pi.ctHgoeRead
;' AU Dl0C'1t.2.. ...................: '. Clfwiston Co. ................ 2.75 '
:.-. AH Block 523 ..............,..... The C'aWIt:: on Co. ................ 2.40
r' 1.11 Block 524 .................... n'ho Cit wlsi'i Co ................ 2.54 i
: AH Block 525 .................... The Clewiston Co. ................ 1.70 j
l.' A'l Block 526 .................... >pl'o 1 P'ewiston Co. ................ 2.96
All' Block 527 ...............y... '/he C'ewiston Co. ................ 3.52
.r: / 1 Block 528 .................... 'he Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 '1 i1 '. I'' I li''I ,
:\ > All Block 5.14AU : .................... ""he Clewiston Co. ................ 3.24 4 h I + i .dI1IIIIti Il Ilylnl 7i I I ; I I I I Ik1 I I h '

:_ Block 535 .................... '.." he Clewiston! Co. ................ 3.52
:c All Block B36 .................... "*' ewiston Co. ................ 3.52
/ :1 deck 537 ................... '
', ha e-viston C:). ................ 3.45
""; /ll Block I 538) ...........?..,.... 'he C'ewision Co. ................ 2.61 The
"1 Pl" l k R39 .................... '"''o Cl wl tc.1C-). .....,.......... 2.40 Advertisements
All Block 540 .................... The ClewiBtca Co. ................ 2.75


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