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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 24, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 10, NUJEE.ER! 28 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1930 ; SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR '. '" 1



BEARDSLEY AND I Work Begun On SUPERVISORS NAMED Engineers To Haul APPROPRIATION FOR ;1I


North Shore LeveeThe I Rock From Hicpochee

WILLIAMS SPEAKTO FOR CLEWISTON D. D. 'I I LAKE WORK IS CUT ; ];


22-inch hydraulic dredge The U. S. Engineers began,.yesterday "
CLUB "Ventnor", property of the Hill I
.
IN HALF
KIWANIS FOR 1937
Dredging Company of Atlantic City At- -a meeting of the landownersof loading and hauling rock from ,;-.
the Clewiston Drainage Districtat the McWilliam's job at Lake Hic- ,
arrived in the lake the first of the ( '
the. City Hall last Tuesday F.
week and began movingdirt pochee to, be used on the revetment
The local Kiwanis club was especially yesterday :-j
Deane Duff, R. Y. Patterson andJ. Less than half the amount expended ,
in the floodway channel at the i work at Pahokee and it is under-
fortunate in having two
E. Beardsley were named as new i on the Caloosahatchee River and o.i:
good speakers at their regular meet- mouth of the Kissimmee River, the supervisors for the. district. Mr.I stood that the greater part of the Lake Okeechobee projects will be ..1.1I

Wednesday night, J. E. Beards- first portion of the levee contract Duff's term is for three years, ,Mr. rock used on that work will be taken spent during 1937 as has been and 2 )'

ley, who recently returned from a awarded to Willbanks and Pierce' of Patterson's for two and Mr. Beards- from the great mass of stone is being spent during 1936 according "" '_
New Orleans. Whether not the
month's vacation through the mid- or (
; ley will serve one year. to figures released Wednesday in -:_
Ventnor has been leased from the which has been 'unearthed in- the
dle west and Ken Willianis, Kiwanis -
Nothing further aside from routine Washington, by the board of army "'
Lieutenant-Governor from West Hill Dredging Company or whethera business was undertaken at the middle of the lake during, excavat- engineers. According to these fig- .":
portion of the work has been sub ,
Palm Beach. meeting.. ing ,operations.A ures the appropriation for this work I :"
contracted to that by the .
Mr. Beardsley spoke first and told company '
government 'pile driver was in in 1936 was $3,630,000 while in -of
of his vacation Dip and crop con- successful bidders has not been an- Moore Haven the first of the week 1937 it is only $1,512,000. This was ?

ditions in the sections he visited. nounced. :I Unopposed driving some piling near'the lock and the second largest appropriation ':';

I From Clewiston they followed a The "Ventor" is a sister dredge to in Lake Hicpochee which will be for work in the state during 1936, '.:
the "Margate" and is reported to I
course which took them through '" used as mooring posts for the rock the greatest being for the Cross- "'
t Tallahassee Pensacola and Mobile have the same powered motors. : }
barges. State Canal. $5,400,000 was allocated -
to Biloxi and Gulfport, Miss. They Those familiar with the latter
r to this project and failure of con- )
Some of the rock taken from the
dredge report that it has a main engine
visited Crystal Springs and a new
to make additional
gress an appropriation -
' capable of producing 1,000 lake are so large that it is all that ';'
farming development near Corinth
is expected to bring the
the do handle .
t4 horse big dipper can, to
before continuing on through Jack- power. work to a standstill on the Ocala job .
them. It is understood that it is
Whether or not other dredges are
son to Hu'mbolt, Tenn. He spoke of about September 1. '.
the terribly hot weather encountered expected to start work on this con- the intention of the engineers to use
I these big rocks in as big pieces as The decrease in the amount of
tract within the near future has not
often, as high as 103 degrees. ':
possible. money on the Lake Okeechobee-Ca- ;
been learned.
They stayed two weeks in Chicago -
loosahatchee project is not due to
where Mr. Beardsley, a baseball :.
a cutting down on the work but rather -
enthusiast, was able to see several >

see good the games White, stating Sox defeat that the he got Cleve-to S. B. H. WILL GIVE i' qI 3 BOARD DECIDES ON nearly because completed.these Everything projects are is now so

under contract on this project as 01'I
land team in a double-header. From '
iginally planned and the money appropriated -
Chicago they went to southern Wis- DIPTHERIA TOXOID 8 MONTH'S SCHOOLAt is believed to be' the
consin and visited with Dr. D. Jenkins -
amount necessary satisfactorily
Williams, pastor of the Clewiston --- complete this work. :

Community Church, who 'is I Dr. L. H. Dame, district health officer the' special meeting of the ,
spending the summer at his home for the State Board of Health county school board held Wednesday The Caloosahatchee project is ex-

there. The crops in that section, Mr. with offices inVest Palm Beach, in LaBelle it was decided that pected to be completed by the first

Beardsley said, were especiallygood. announced this week that next Wednesday in view of the amount of state funds of the year at the latest and most of
the contracts will be finalled
July 29, he would be in received by the county that it wouldbe out in
He told of the hot weather in the fall. The MacWilliams Dredging
Clewiston at the school house for impossible for the schools of

Chicago and of how many thous- ,'the purpose of giving the diptheria Hendry county to operate more than Company, contractors on the east

ands of people slept each night in 'toxoid to all children whose parents eight months during the coming end of the river ,work are rapidly

the parks and spoke of the great wished them to take it. : ,. term. It had been hoped that gener- bringing their' portion of the workto

suburban development in the city I The clinic is being sponsored by ally improved conditions and the receipt completion. Their big steam drag-
line is expected to finish in Three-
since his last visit. the Parent-Teacher's Association of CLAUDE PEPPER, the 35yearold of more state money would

Returning home from Chicago which Mrs. R. T. Mitchell is presi- ,Tallahassee attorney who is unOpposed -I,[ make it possible to run the high Mile canal within a week and with
the exception of two small
they came eastward through Ohio dent. as the democratic nominee : schools, at least, a full nine months. one or

"where the drought had caused great The diptheria toxoid is giTen onlyto for-the United States Senate seat left 1 i I Ina.smuch as the term has been gaps the canal work will be com-

damage and promised, a serious children between the ages of six vacant, by the death of Duncan U. shortened the date of school opening plete. Their floating. dredge is making -
grain shortage. In Ashtabula, Mr. its second trip across Lake Hic-
: months and eight years on the first Fletcher. has been postponed from the
Beardsley's former home, they stop- visit but Dr. Dame states that any original date set. All county schools, pochee and is nearing the oppositeside

e; ped for a visit and 'here they saw who wish may take the Schick test. I including the Harlem colored school and completion of the channel
the lake. Other machines
many farms where crops were be- and the result of the test will be I will open on Monday, September across
One Teacher Less further down the river held .
ing grown ur\der g Ias. They next announced :when, he returns! oqh I ,,__ '. ',' ,_0'0... __'-.,.... I 14., : The. first Monday, in September'has for some time because of were the recent up \
visited the apple section in Penn: '
following Wednesday. In the event I been tentatively set as the opening -
sylvania and West Virginia and into In Local FacultyDue high water but are still reported to
that the test shows positive, he is' I date in the event a nine months
Washington where they stopped ,to prepared to give the toxoid on that term was possible.The be somewhat ahead of schedule.

visit the principal points of interest. day.; He states that it is a good idea i. II purchase of new, school buses The Atlantic Dredging Company,
They returned through the Shenandoah -!! to the fact that the pupil contractors on the second section of
,for all those, who have not been immunized 'which had been expected to be doneat
Valley which he described ,as with the toxoid or who quota is not large enough in the this meeting was tabled until the the river work from the end'of MacWilliams' -

beautiful, and North and South Car-, Clewiston school to permit having job through LaBelle mov-
have had the disease to take the next regular meeting. A new motor-
olina and Georgia. The cotton crop the same number of teachers as last ed their dragline last week to Okee-

has suffered considerably from thedrought I test.The I year and still hire an athletic coach ized lawn mower was purchased, chobee City where they secured an-
toxoid is without 'cost
I given however, for the Clewiston school
he stated. I by the State Board of Health and there will be 'one less teacher on the grounds. other contract recently for the wid-

:Mr. Williams spoke following :Mr. in view of the fact that' two cases local faculty during the coming I ening, straightening and deepeningof
I j Only two members of the board Taylor's Creek from Okeechobeeto
Beardsley and gave a most inspiring -i have been reported at South Bay term. '
address. He offered congratulations -I and two carriers have ''been discovered Those who will make up the fac- were present< at the meeting, Jim the lake.: They are several months

to the Clewiston Club on its it is a particularly good time toreceive' ulty this year are: B. E. Herring: I I Maddox being unavoidably absent. ahead of their contract on the Ca-
For that reason the action on the loosahatchee and feel that they can
I accomplishments during the year the toxoid. It is designed especially principal; Mrs. Esther Beacom, Mrs.
: and stated that the club was doing 1 for immunization and differs Elta: Prewitt, Miss Lucille Hampton, hiring of a new principal for the finish the Taylor Creek work and

very well in comparison to other from the anti-toxin in that the ,Mrs. Elizabeth Rumbley, Miss La- Felda school was tabled until the I return to the Caloosahatchee in

clubs over the state. I latter injection is a curative rather I vonia Congdon, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, next regular meeting. Recommendations -I plenty of time to finish their con- ofII

Mr. Williams stated further that than a preventative measure. I Miss Dorothy: Lockhart, 11iss.Mary. of the Harlem school trustees tract there. They also were held up

the Kiwanis Club represented the The response was so good here to Snell and the coach, Matthew Mor- were acted upon and Amos A. Lewis II for some time on account of high
was hired as principal and Viola water and figured that more time
(
Continued
Page' last
on, 8) the typhoid vaccinations that it is rison. Most of these were here
believed that there are who I year while it is not known whetheror Shuman as teacher of the colored I would be lost during the summer for

many not have all accepted, it is school. Matthew Morrison was elect- the'same reason. A hydraulic dredge
Clewiston Witnesses will wish to avail themselves'of the they I
opportunity of immunizing their believed reasonably sure that they ed as coach and science teacher for working on their river contract, is
I I the Clewiston High School filling still at work.
I
Called By Grand children from the dreaded diptheria.
Jury
will.The the in the local facul-
While the disease is particularlyhard schedule of salaries will beth 1 only vacancy The 'Standard Dredging Company,
t ty. Contracts were ordered mailed contractors on the west end of the
on children the toxoid is said same as that adopted last year
j to all teachers and a ten day period river work are reported to be pro-
.. Several Clewiston people, includ- not to have any harmful effect. before the opening of school. '
ing Mrs.: Laura Burkett and A. P. Mr. Alnrrisnn will be here a short of acceptance or rejection is to gressing rapidly with hydraulic dre-
-- --
I thepe ing school' be allowed. dges. No estimate has been receivedof
Surringer were called to Wauchulatoday time before of j
to testify before a Hardee Carlton Prevatt Shot and hopes to have teams organized!] The budget as prepared by the the percentage of their contract

county grand jury in a hearing held ; within a short ,time after the open- ] various boards of trustees were approved completed.

in order to try and establish whether Accidentally In Leg ing. The county board is expected to by the board.

the trial of J. C. Lowe, held for make some repairs to the basketball -! Action was taken on whether or Court Decides For

the murder of E. D. Atkinson, former I court as well as minor repairs' not the students would be requiredto
Carlton Prevatt received a painfulbut I
U. S. Sugar Company mechanic, not serious wound yesterdayI oii the building before the openingof be in town two weks before the Senatorial PrimariesThe

should be held in Hardee county school. II I II' opening of school as was done last
I I afternoon while hunting rabbits on
where ,the body 'was found, or in year while the infantile paralysis
'a ditch bank near the' U. S. Sugar
Hendry county where the murder js Company's laboratory when he slipped .MRS. RICH ENTERTAINS | epidemic was on in the East. It was State Supreme Court yesterday -

believed by many to have been com I f HONORING HER SISTER'decided that this should not be made decided by a 4-2 vote in favorof
into the ditch, and the .22 caliber '
mitted. The Clewiston witnesses, it rifle he was carrying was dis- I' -- I compulsory this year but every par holding the special senatorial pri-

is understood, were called to estab- Mrs. Holmes Rich entertained' ent, especially those taking their mn-ics r-ut further delays and necessary -
I charged, the bullet passing through 1
lish the fact that Lowe had been I his thigh just above the knee. Tuesday with a bridge luncheon children on vacations in the area ; court action was seen in their

seen in Adkinson's company here He received medical 'attention honoring her sister, Mrs. Stiles Bee,, now affected by the epidemic, is urgently split vote of 3-3 on whether or not

and had lived here for several weeks I from Dr. O. F, Schiffli almost immediately -I'' of: Charlestpn, S. C., who is her requested to return at least the state could pay the cost of these

prior to July 4, the last day on which and is recovering rapidly guest for a few weeks. I II two weeks prior to school opening.The primaries.

the murdered man was seen alive I from the injury. Rooms were decorated with vases'of school board has not hired Secretary of State R. A. Gray was

and that they were seen together ',I pink roses. High score prize, a drivers for the buses as yet but an- instructed to proceed with the collection -
on that night. nounce that they will receive bids the
P.-T. \IE\IBEHS ATTENTION wooden sandwich tray was presented of qualifying fees froni
Officers :late: that several clues I to 11rsV,. F. Simpson and Mrs. at any time from anyone interested.E. candidates and announced that he

have been found which more and Please do 'all you can to cooperate -| j. B. Dotterer received 'the consolation I would comply immediately with the

more definitely link Lowe with the:: with the State Board of Health | prize, a novelty match box hold- C. Mills LeadsIn order.

crime but that the scene of tho and Dr. Dam in getting every childin i cr. Mrs. Bee was given as guest. prize I In the event that there is no fur-

'I crime has as yet not been established Clewiston to take the diptheria I Ja marmalade jar of white pottery. Fishing ContestE. ther litigation, Claude Pepper auto-

!!' although it is generally believed I j toxoid at the schoolhouse on Wednesday -I A dainty luncheon of salad, fruit matically becomes the candidate for

that Adkinson was killed in or near July 29; from i0:00'a. m. to dessert and iced tea was served by the unexpired term of the late Sen-

Clewislon and the body carried almost -( 12:00 noon. See that your child and I!j the hostess. C. Mills registered a six anda ator Duncan U. Fletcher while C. \

to Wauchula: before any attempt -your neighbor's children are there. j Those enjoying the occasion were half pound bass in the local fishing O. Andrews, of Orlando, Doyle Carl-

was made to dispose of it. I( Those school children over eight Mrs. H. O. Peters, Mrs. I. M. Paf- contest Wednesday to take the ton of Tampa and Robert J. Boone,

It is not known whether or not years of age who have not had the I ford, Mrs. J. B. Dotteror. Mrs. S. load for this woek from C. D. Beat- of Miami, will contpst for the nom

the Hardee county grand jury will Schick test should avail themselves W. Houser, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. ty who entered a six pounder on ination for the late Senator Park

indict Lowe at the hearing today, of this opportunity. II W. F. Simpson, Mrs.. Winnie Kelsey Sunday. Trammell's unexpired term.

although it is believed that it will Mrs. R. T. Mitchell, President. : and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. Several more fish have been
i
not unless definite proof can be given brought into the store for weighingbut Mrs. Hoomes Rich, Mrs. Stiles

that the murder was committed, : Keathley Bowden spent the weekend I Mr. and Mrs. '''p. S. Mobley spent when found to be out of the Bee and Mrs. SV.: Houser v ar*

: in that county. i with his parents in Clearwater. several days in Orlando this week. running were not registered. spending today in Miami.




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CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1936



Foreign Words A Barh at
News Review of Current
and Phrases Scorn and ContemptA John Randolph .

MAN, by indulging in the
habit of George Kremer, a Pennsyl-
and
the World Over & scorn contemptfor
-- Events Affaire du coeur. (F.) Affairof others, is sure to descendto vania representative of the 1820s,

the heart.A the level of what he despises once put over a good one in the
mensa et thoro. (L.) From house on aristocratic SouthernerJohn
so the
opposite ha'.its of
bed and board. admiration Randolph of Roanoke.
and enthusiastic
Drouth Damage Estimated at $300OOO'lOOO-SteeI Fight Ben trovato. (it.) Well invented. reverence for excellence imparts The latter had just finished one
Chacun a son gout. (F.) Every to ourselves a portion of of his flowery orations full of

Brings Union Labor Crisis-Landon Reconvenes man to his taste.Contretempts. the qualities we admire. Here Latin and Greek quotations when
,
(F.) An awk-
Kremer and to the
arose ,
as in everything else, humility amaze I
Kansas Legislature.By ward incident; mishap. is the surest path to exalta- ment of all, launched into a fiery-
Delenda est Carthago. (L.) tion.-Dr. Arnold. speech-in Pennsylvanian Dutch. ,
Carthage must be destroyed.Ecco "Translate!" shouted Randolph.

EDWARD' W. PICKARD homo! (L.) Behold the Nothing has such power to Answered him Kremer: "When

Western! K$w naper Union.WHILE man! broaden the mind as tht. abili- you translate the dead languagesyou
Falsus in uno, falsus in omni- ty to investigate systematically are using to us country mem-
relentless heat drove Following his address, the Kan- bus. (L.) False in one point, and truly all that bers I will also likewise trans-
farm losse from sas senate adopted a constitutional false in all. thy observation comes in life.-under late my living PennsylvaniaDutch
drouth toward the $300,000,000 amendment by a vote of 35 to 1, Garde du corps. (F.) Body- Marcus Aurelius. for you to understand!"
mark and sent grain prices soar- empowering the legislature to en- guard. I
,
ing, long needed rains in scat- act a uniform system of direct aid

tered regions of the drouth belt for needy aged persons, indigent
brought temporary relief. In sections infirm persons and others suffering Undt1P Life Reflects

of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and misfortunes which giver them a Remember that in life in +*W
'Ohio, which faced the prospect of claim on society' for aid. It like- as a :
mirror never get out
you more
the disaster already confronting the wise passed by a unanimous vote than you put in.
Northwest, the rains were a God another proposed constitutional a.rp :
if its
Yesterday, memories
are
send to sun-parched corn fields, amendment authorizing the state to
pleasant, is more to.be cherished
pastures, and crops of spring levy taxes on employers and em- ,
than
dream of tomorrow.
wheat. Rains in the Northwest re- ployees for systems) of old age pen- It's Pleasant to ForgetHow any
South sions and unemployment insurance. After a'man has toiled for a
vived portions of North and pleasant to wake up in the
Dakota, Montana and Nebraska.But Meanwhile, Governor Landon morning and not be able to re- fortune he resents being called

a heat wave lasting nearly a opened a series of major confer- member what it was that worried lucky.
week had brought temperatures ences with farm leaders for the you the evening befo.e. Getting a job is so much a mat-
ranging from 90 to 114 in the Great 'purpose. of drafting a farm relief Promises that are the hardestto ter of accident that it is a won-
Plains territory. program for inclusion in his acceptance obtain are the surest of ful der any man can map out a ca- WANTEDDissatisfied

Twenty-three states, eight of speech. He conferred with fillment. reer at all. Farmers

them in the' South, ere listed as former Governor Frank O. Lowdenof Life is a grind, but, it doesn't Leave Worker AloneA 50O : j

suffering in some degree from the Illinois, and former Senator OtisF. ,always make things smooth.- and Sons to Stop Renting'hdbtilli'nn'lefgh'S
who does his work bestis
and Glenn Senator Arthur of man
Capper
drouth. Ten of them-North Don't use your common senseso '
the who does it his ;:
South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Kansas, Representative Clifford much to take your friends to one own Good
Minnesota, Missouri, Tennessee, Hope of Kansas and R. K. L uben- task. Be thankful that they like way. Be satisfied and say noth- Health own business.Products:Make to Consumers.from $100 Start to $400 your'tf.

Oklahoma, Virginia and South Car- gayer, a Kansas farm publisher. you. ing.Saddest month or more profit. Bo your own boss.
change inour old No selling experience required. We sup
olina-were already in a critical v everything-Products, Outfit, Sales
Often Close
Despair friend when affluence and honorsare
stage. Five others Kentucky, A S THE long-awaited campaignto and Service:Methods. Profits Increase! every-
Georgia, Alabama, North Carolinaand unionize the nation's steel Few know the thin partitionsthat heaped upon him, is that he month. No lay off. Steady year-round. Low-

West Virginia-were borderlinecases. industry was under way, one of the separate their fellow men grows more effusive than ever to est.prices.Bawleigh Best Methods values.:Most get the complete most Service business -.

Eight others where the full most serious crises in ,the. history of from despair.If us and thinks about us far less everywhere. For'particulars write

severity of the drouth had not yet the American labor you're going to be lonesome frequently THEW.T.RAWLEiGHCO.DepL ..
been felt were: Nebraska Wisconsin movement arose anyway, why not climb to the top A man could learn a great
G-18 WNU
Memphis,Tenn.
Iowa, Michigan, Illinois, Kan- when strife broke of the ladder of fame? many things if he didn't think

sas, Indiana and Ohio. 'vJ,, out between Wil. Life is but a fleeting showyetit that he already knew them. ....
With the full extent of the dam- RAJr liam Green, president is the best show man has on What were mysteries to the ancients
age in the "dust bowl" area of the : of the American earth. are our commonplaces. READ THE ADS

Northwest not yet known, the fed- Federation of
eral government made plans to I Labor and John L. "d

deal with a long-range disaster. Lewis, president of ,5 ,.. ... : ;'nhv ;:wt} ; .nC Yiri4't 1''n
President Roosevelt, taking personal the United Mine
command of the relief programin rr; Workers of America YY f l

Washington, announced that he ._ and head.. of the u h y )
would make a personal tour of the n' n' Committee lor InWilliam :t:}.. n.s.::..:ti..4.:,,n : ''}}?}.:h..:,.+
drouth-stricken areas within the dustrial Organiza-
'
next few weeks. Green tion, who has promoted
The President announced that the the unionization drive in the F HURRY up! AWTELtHEP.TO HELEN, I WISH THAT'S THE STUFF/
federal government had prepareda steel industry. THE Boss WON'T QUITPAINTING YOU'D STOP THAT THROW DOWN YOUREVERLASTING

comprehensive plan whereby Meeting in Washington, the exec- LIKE IT IF WE KEEP HER HUMMINGLET'S CARDS -THAT
170,000.out of 204,000 farm families utive council of the American Fed- HIM WAITINGYOU FACEYOU'RE ALWAYS BREAKS
KNOW HE WANTS QUIT THIS e
,i i.- impoverished by the drouth in the eration of Labor considered the TO TALK ABourHAT GOING TO A SILLY GAME, OPTS
Northwest would be given immediate matter of suspending eight nationaland BRIDGE GAME ALL RIGHT-
RAISE I I ANYHOW -
cash assistance. He declared international unions on the ASKED FOR -NOT A WAR VJE'LL GO IN
that he will make his, trip after the ground that these eight union have DANG / THE STUDY

relief program has had an opportu- begun the formation of a rival, or WHILE YOU

7.. nity to get under way, to see for duel labor federation.John FIX SOMETHING
himself exactly how much damagewas L. Lewis announced that he To EAT/

caused by the drouth and would not respond to a summons '. I IA II IL lI [>
, whether financially-ruined families of the executive council to answer : /

a;, are receiving the proper assistance.He charges' that he had violated the

.. said that 50,000'farmers .were federation's policy by trying to or-
being given jobs immediately on ganize 500,000 steel workers into ,

:: : WPA projects at an average wage one big industrial union instead ,of
r';.; of $15 per week, carrying out use into several unions divided by

,,. ful work-digging wells, constructing crafts. '
:f. ," earth dams toold any rains Should the rift widen and a break \L'c n /i ER ,

:; which may fall in the near future occur, observers believe it would vim

'. and building farm-to-market roads. split the organized labor movementand

affect its prestige and powerat
I p.-: O OMANCE outmaneuvered diplomacy a critical time.
.
:" 1X in the life of Mrs. Ruth Denouncing the action of the

I';, Bryan Owen, American minister Lewis group, President Green de-
-f to Denmark and former clared: ** ABOUT THAT J SAY -YOU'D' BE <''; -SOUNDS LIKE WELL, MAYBE

member of con- "It is sincerely to be regrt'tted RAISE, CHARLIE ': IRRITABLETOO, IF COFFEE-NERVES/: I WILL / I CAN'T' <>
gress. The engage' that the committee for industrial I'M AFRAID YOU'RE IOU HAD MYHEADACHES w. I HAD 'EM, UNTIL FEEL ANYWORSE
ment of the daughter organization thwarted the purposeof NOT READY FOR AND7NPIGESTION : x.s'IT MY DOCTOR MADE /

of William Jennings the American Federation of La- YET-I PON'T' { I i&X- ME SWITCH ToPOSTUMWHY '

Bryan to Cap- bor to inaugurate an organizing BELIEVE YOU REALIZE DON'F I'LL HAVET&
HOW CROSS AND STARTING TO YOU TRY POSTUM
tain SCRAM I POSTUM
Boerge Rohde in the steel industry.
campaign
IRRITABLE YOU'VE. CRITICIZE, IS HE? AND SEE: ME LATER ALWAYS DRIVES
officer
an of the BECOME / ,:::,:cf. DON'T STAMP FOR ABOUT THATRAISE ME OUT'
Danish army, was the threats of Com- ,
DEFYING :% :} IT-TELL THISTIGHTFISTED ? .
announced in Den- members of the cham- ::: J SLAVE Xr \

mark by the lat- ber of deputies, the French gov- DRIVER WHERE To
ter's mother. Cap- ernment decided to use armed
tain Rohde is a force "with care" to oust French

member ofChristian's King strikers who refu to evacuate
?' Ruth Bryan
Owen personal their places of business.
:
r bodyguard. The announcement of this new ."
Captain Rohde arrived in America policy was made by Minister of
\L.-
? on the liner Drottningholm a 'the Interior: Roger Salengro, following -3Sl i
day or two after his fiancee had the outbreak of fresh "fold-
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reached the country. They were ed arm" strikes in Paris and the .
married at an estate on Long Island.In provinces. It wax estimated that ;

political circles the opinion 80,000 workers were still on strikein 111 0ydr'
h- was expressed that Mrs. Owen will various industries throughout o
probably resign her diplomatic post France. ; %:i;.m

Y in a short time. While there are gi2 F OF COURSE, children should

no formal regulations which coma SENATOR William E. Borah, l4r 9 never drink coffee. And many
a- pel an American woman minister whose future political 30 DAYS LATER fi w: ,-:. grown-ups,too,find that the caf-
OH CHARLIE
r'- to resign when she weds, it has plans considerable doubt existed I GOT AAV THAT'S, WONDERFUL, itt; r:1' fein in coffee disagrees with them.

''Y;'i been customary for women in minor I ,' formally announced that he RAISE TODAY/ I KNEW: IT WOULD i> '. .. If you are bothered by headaches
positions in the. American for- would be a candi- I THE BOSS SAID COME SOON ,/'"t..: ..: or indigestion or can't sleep

eign service to retire when they date for reelectionto HE'D NEVER SEEN VOU'VE BEEN SUCH .s/. .,. ,"::::,f soundlYmtryPostumfor30days. (
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marry. the senate. SUCH A CHANGE A PEAR SINCE 1'_. ;:.: :et Postum contains no caffein. It is
Several days be yry.r3to. //N A /MAN/ YOU SWITCHED X::'"f.ts,, <'" i2.vsimply:: whole wheat and bran, :

>; GOVERNOR Alf M. Landon re- fore makii,% his an .; : ';. TO PoSTUM ''.wk ::;W;., roasted and slightly sweetened. t
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Topeka. Kas., aftera nouncement. the : : TryPostam.YoumaymisscoffeeS'
vacation in the Colorado moun- Idaho statesmanhad ; r' at first, but after 30 days you'll
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tains, for the reconvening of the. pledged allegiance y6: .A. 'Y,1' Y {. love Postum for its own rich, satisfying flavor. It is .a
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state legislature and to prepare to the Re- IFl I- easy to make,delicious,economical,and may prove a t '::::

4 ..' for the acceptance speech he will publican ticket and real help. A product of General Foods. '

7 deliver at the Republican notifica- platform, thus: removing F R E E-Let us send you'your first week's supply of ;
tion ceremonies July 23. the ex Postum / mall j
free Simply coupon. 0 toaa. c r, COUP.
The Republican presidential nom- pressed doubts ol
_; inee appeared before a joint ses- many political leadSenator: GENERAL FOODS,Battle Creek, Mich, w. N.u.-7233Send .
sion of the legislature and urged, ers throughout the Borah me, without obligation a week's supply of Postum. I

passage of amendments to the state country regarding his stand in the Name ,

: 'constitution to provide adequate so- presidential campaign. Previously Street t
; cial security measures. Governor Senator Borah had commented favorably -
; Landon declared that care of the on both the Republican and J' City in completely-print name.StateFill and address.If .
..: needy aged and others suffering Democratic platforms, praising you live in Canada address: General Foods,Ltd.,
misfortunes is a "public obligation both for the stand they had takenon ;,;ARTNU Cobourg. Ont. (Offer expires: July 1,1937.r .) .

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IMPROVED PRESENT PEACEFULAS are known, 136 died by violence- The Mere Lapse of '
nearly half.
BRISBANETHIS UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL
COMPARED TO Some were soldiers-their death Years Is Not Life

by violence might have been ... ,
I DAYS, OF ANTIQUITYModern ex :

WEEKIn SUNDAY Lesson pected. But excluding warlike fig- To eat and drink and sleep, to
ures there were still 21 violent be exposed to darkness
and the
times are said to be
deaths 95.'
among light, to pace round in the
Ancient Nile Mud By Dean REV.of HAROLD the Moody L.Bible LUNDQUIST.Institute hurried and dangerous. Automobile "What modern figures can we 'habit, and to turn thought mill into

of Chicago casualties keep newspaper cite by Way of comparison?" asks an instrument of
trade-this
England Keeps ReadyLet Western Newspaper Union. is
the Dead Sleep I head-lines big and black. Ma- the Statistical Bulletin. "The proportion not life. Knowledge, truth, love,

chines snuff out lives. Gangsters of deaths from violent beauty, goodness alone can

Murder Starts EarlyParis.Reclining I Lesson for July 26 twitch lethal triggerfingers.But causes including accident, homi- true vitality to the mechanismof give

on her ,side, compared with the most cide, suicide, in our general popu- existence. The life of mirth

.her body covered with gold, gold I CHRISTIANITY SPREAD BY PER tranquil times of antiquity, our lation today is about 9.5 percent that vibrates through the heart;

necklaces on her SECUTION times are safe and peaceful. So the tears that freshen the dry
neck and on the I "However much our days are wastes within
the
us doubt
LESSON TEXT-Acts 7:59.8:4; I Peter concluded statisticians of the Met- ;
ground nearby, hurried and endangered by ma- which makes us meditate the
;
arch aeologists 4:12.19. ropolitan Life Insurance company. chines and of destruction
-GOLDEN TEXT-Be thou faithful unto engines death which startles us with mys-
discover the well- death and I win give thee a crown of Recently they made a study of they are apparently safe and tery; the hardship which forcesus

preserved body of life.-Revelation 2:10. causes"of'death: in ancient Greece peaceful in comparison with the to the
struggle
PRIMARY TOPIC-A Man Who Was Not ; anxiety that
an Egyptian princess Afraid and Rome. Out of ,,275 noted per- 'golden' days of antiquity.-Lit-I ends in trust are the true nour ,
whose father JUNIOR TOPIC--Stephen the Unafraid.INTERMEDIATE of whose ''deaths Digest. I
sons, the causes erary ishment of our natural being.
TOPICPersecution.
SENIOR
the Pharoah AND
built Then and Now.
Chephren,
ADULT TOPIC
PEOPLE AND
YOUNG
the second big- Modern Forms of Persecution. Youth Inspired Our CurrencyWithin Mid Over Matter '..-,
gest pyramid; it
was his brother, Leaders of contemporary thoughtand by Visit to PrisonAn living memory the cur- Can we bring ourselves to be- .J

Cheops, who built observers of modern life decry rency of the United States has lieve that this Mind was made .1

the largest. the evident decadence of old-fash Atlanta school teacher arranged included, in addition to the small ;only for the body, the greater for ;

Those pyramids ioned virtues. Our times are too to take her class, consist- change of today, a 1-2-cent coin, the less, the unlimited and ever- ::

were tombs forArthur materialistic, encouraging young ing of boys about twelve years old, a 2-cent coin, a 3-cent nickel 'growing Spirit for a short-lived <

I BrNbnne .kings, and searchers people to strive for worldly success to the federal penitentiary. Her piece, a 3-cent silver piece anda I organization of dust? Can it be "
found the in of than and noble char- act 5-cent silver piece; and 3-cent, : that
princess one rather high idea was to let the visit as a a power of Intellect, so unmeasured .j
them. The Nile mud seeping into acter.In moral lesson about the wages of 5-cent, 10-cent, 15-cent, 25-cent I and exhaustless, in its ,

the tomb had helped to preserve a time when expediency is the sin and the result of growing up to and 50-cent denominations of pa- : range, has been brought into be- j
"
ruling principle, it is well for Christians per money called "shinplasters.Collier's .
her.That be bad boys. ing merely to drudge for an animal J
e princess, living 5,000 years to emphasize the fact that following The class trooped through the Weekly. ] existence? How could such .
ago, could tell an interesting story Christ has through all the .
prison, were shown everything waste of Mind be reconciled with
for the movies. She "built herselfa years called for that loyalty to con- permissible by the courteous guide Hope Looks Upward the Wisdom of the Uncreated .

small pyramid with stones" I givento victions which has caused some who end finally came to the exit gate. "Hast thou hope?" they askedof Mind-W.! E. Channing. ..-
her by her lovers. Whereio be willing to die I
many bear his name to
One youngster remarked: John Knox, when he lay a-dy- '
you'suppose she is now? In ,for him to live and to
even
yea "I tell you, Bill, when I go to ing. He spoke nothing, but raised Recreation ,,
heaven it
some strange Egyptian suffer for him, for sometimes
perhaps; with'all those admirers may be harder to do the latter 'than orison this is the place I'm coming his finger and pointed upwards, Take rest, a field that has res', :J

around her.England the former. True followers of our o."Atlanta Constitution, and so died.-Carlyle._ 'ed gives a bountiful crop. :\

Lord are willing.I. I

alarmed by Europeanwar To Dig for the Faith (7:54-8:1)). "J

threats, issues an official Stephen, one of the first seven I 5p td t S I t ..Si!
"white paper" explaining why- chosen as deacons of the church, "a ,
full of faith and of the Holy '
"The relation of our own armed man
forces to those of other great powers Spirit" (6:5): having been called

should be maintained at a fig- before the Sanhedrin to answer 5 J

ure high enough to enable us to false charges ((6:8-15): ), faithfully

exercise our influence and authority stands for the truth. His indictmentof :
in international affairs." Israel cuts to the heart. In anger 5

his hearers stone him to death. He I; 4 .
Unfortunately for all plans, the
becomes the first martyr of the
airplane in the hands of a des-
Church that succession which
holy
perate nation might upset all national ;
has representatives in the young ,
"authority, just as a pistolin
manhood and womanhood of today,
the hands of a desperate man
upsets individual and police au- ready, like John and Betty Stam,
thority. to die rather than to deny Christ.

One bullet will stretch individual Note that in this hour Stephenwas FIRST LINE QUALITY-The Firestone Standard Tire
given a vision of his risen and 55 \ new
in the dust air-
authority 1,000
I planes, attacking the heart; of a ascended Lord (v. 55), standing at has been designed and constructed by Firestone skilled

great city, might cause national the right hand of God to welcomehis tire engineers-it is a first quality tire, built of high ?
[ faithful servant. He prayed for materials exclusive Firestone "
"authority" to end in demoraliza- grade embodying
\ those who took his life (v. 60). How -
A. tion. patented construction features. .
.
7.j England's new defense increase gloriously that prayer was an-
will be in her air force swered in the subsequent life of the
largely ; FIRESTONE NAME AND GUARANTEE-Your assurance of
young man Saul, who was "c nsent-
that wise nation knows that the
'
safety, dependability and economy.'
ing unto his death.
real "oc!>an" in future wars will erg 1 4
Not to all who follow Christ
be the of the air. comes -
ocean LONGER NON-SKID MILEAGE-The wider, flatter tread is :,,:<
the need to face death for him, but
all should be determined. ,4.40.21 scientifically designed'with more and tougher rubber. ::f'
,, In a desert of southeastern Utah, .
II. To Live for the Faith (8:2-4). ':
men and women, belonging to thecult' GUM-DIPPED CORD BODY Provides greater strength
The early Church found that liv-
of "truth seekers," were gath- ing for Christ entailed bitter perse- ,.Irefone in the cord body and gives greatest blowout protection. .
ered around the body of Mrs. Edith STANDARD '
Dakhal, who died more than a year cution. Not even the sanctity of SIZE PRICE TWO EXTRA LAYERS "OF GUM-DIPPED CORDS UNDER THE ";r
their homes was inviolate. Their
,t -ago. You read about ,it, perhaps. persons and property felt the hard 4.50-21....... .. S 7.75 TREAD-Cushion road shocks. Afford extra protection S ::.;_

Mrs. Ogden, leader of the "truth hand of havoc-making Saul, yet we 4.75-19 .... .. .... 8.2O against punctures. '

seekers: ," prayed over the body, find no intimation of complaint.Soon 5.00-19 .. .. .... 8.30

which appeared marvelously pre- they were driven from home 5.25-18 .. .. .. .. 9.75 IT COSTS LESS TO BUY-VOLUME PRODUCTION SAVES_ YOU

served.: The "truth seekers" be- and scattered abroad, but the re- 6.00-17 H.D.. .. 14.30 MONEY Volume production, efficient factories and the '
lieve they will bring the woman
sult was the establishing of gospel 15.20 distribution make it sell this .
back to life, but the pathetic fact centers wherever they went. Liv- 6.00.19H.D.. .. economical possible to new __ .

is that it would not in the least I, ing for Christ calls for daily witness, Other Sine Priced Proportionately toe tire at these low prices. ,,

matter if they did. I for more than steadily bearing the ." ,

The important thing is to improve responsibility of life. Not to preachers ..-i

the condition of 1,800,000,000 and Bible teachers alone is this

actually living on the earth. For sacred duty given, to be dischargedonly FOR TRUCK AND BUS OWNERS
-one safely out of it .to be brought in a church service or' Bible s

. back would be unimportant, in school. No, "they that were scat-
: these days, and perhaps cruel. tered abroad"-all of them went GIVES LONGER MILEAGE AND .

I "everywhere." T?ey were not mere- MORE ECONOMICAL SERVICE AT :x
America holds the world's "mur- ly reforming or devoting their lives
der championship" for all kinds of to social service, good as these VOLUME PRODUCTION PRICES r'4

murder, at all ages-quantity, qual- might have been, but "preaching
ity, variety, ,volume.A the wor (v. 4); WHETHER you operate one truck or several, ,

New Jersey boy.. 16 years old, Are we who are now "scattered dependable service is your greatest asset. In hauling'

was sentenced to death.In abroad" going "everywhere," and produce to market, operating fast local deliveries, in 6.00.20 r.

Wisconsin, a coroner reports are we "preaching the word"? heavy cross-country hauling, operating school buses,

that little David Holl, two months m. To Suffer for the Faith (I Pet. in of trucking service, you need a first. '
or any type Vrir4r fane
old killed
was by two boys four
4:12-19)).
and three of quality tire, built of first grade materials to give you STANDARD
years age. 1. We not to be r
are surprised by
They each held one hand of the long, trouble-free mileage. Now, for the first time, you M E A V T D U T Y
suffering (v. 12), not even by fiery
younger one, and dropped it on the trials, for blessings will follow. The can get such a tire at prices you can afford to pay. SIZE PRICE ,I

+floor. It cried and would not stop. Lord proves his children, even as See your nearby Firestone Auto Supply and Service 6.50-20: ...... .. $21.95 .

Then, one of the small boys explained the refiner tests gold to cleanse it, Store or Firestone Dealer t9day and see how the 7.00.20. ........ 29.10 S :.1;

"We pounded him." to prove its worth, and not to destroy newFirestone Standard Truck: and Bus Tire will give 7.50-20 ........ 35.20 .;

i These law. youngest "killers" puzzle the it. God's testings are to proveus you better service and save you money. 30x5.. .. .. ...... .. 21.30 .
You can't "try" a four-year-
1 worthy.
, old child. Oiler Sine Prked Proooreon.ttle law >
2. We are so to live as not to suf- .
I : fer for our misdeeds (vv. 15, 16). LEADERS in the LOW PRICE FIELD %9f /
Railroads tell the
interstate commerce Many are they who would .. /
I have the : /
commission they would like world believe they suffer for Christ's Firestone SentinelTireof BATTERIES GSedR LOGS
fares reduced to two and a half good aatIa6 n 6fc
sake when they are but meeting the : .
i cents a mile, instead of two cents. quality and con :
just ft their
recompense r evil deeds.It C
.
1 The railroads should have all possi- struction and ,
is .I
a shame to suffer as an evil- the u ,
backed :
ble consideration for have O by :
they doer, but an honor and Eachnre r" t"sera r
privilege to FIrestonenameand s ':
'built up this country, but at two suffer for Jesus' sake. Greater etartlnQguatantta .
.and a half cents a. mile they will nYa.ao
3. Believers are to make their zi pewLi( R E .
not compete with a.ao zi
successfully automobiles
Fires ton e ,
sufferings a testimony (vv. 17-19).
carrying passengers for If we Christians jittsiont> Courier TirerQSfon SEAT Q
as must needs be ERS JOlViV ft :
one-quarter of a cent mile. good sen'ice- ;
a purged in order to be fitted for SENTINEL a able tire for COURIER COACHES / PPt / E '
sOjE
God's service and the glory thatis SIZE PRICE of small SIZE PRICE iiEDANt g9 +tre ;.-p
The new treaty with France owners ,,
I r .ducing the duty on French wines, re- to come, what will be the end 4.50.21.. 56.05 cars wlwant 45021. $5.60 Cartes ; ATCHED A .

, I and liquors by 50 per cent, interests of those who "k.ow not God and 4.75.19. 6.40 new tlre\safety 4.75-19. 5.92 d t M INow TRUMP ETS ,
obey not the gospel of our Lord at low cost.
., California and other wine other S cea Proportlo"t.ty L 30x3 Q. 4.33 'ti'Jl+ '
Jesus Christ" (II Thess.
1:7
.growing states. It should persuade 8))?
Peter refrains from
even mention-
them to stabilize the
production of ,
wines establish official ing what their ultimate end will be, r u 'act ere 1' d Gf use
guarantees but the writer to the Thessalonians eb Pgtr6 Appis: Bare e11$ epeeettoa ds s Fa Auto Radios
of purity, freedom from adultera- ee 1. J 5p c!e cr r4, by S @. 4SFju )
goes on to that they shall
say be
tions, mixtures, and especially ll q dy h.. or rf it Mbe. .
"punished with tip tiV
"fortifying" with alcohol.In everlasting destruc 1 e >t tion from the presence of the Lord
Europe, notably in France
and from the glory of his "
,adulteration of wines is an offense power.
..against, the law. With us, it is a.business. Solemn words are these. Have we, i i f5 1/4 ic
'. and those to whom we minister,
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The Clewiston News A new traffic poster printed by ed answer just bowled the Major climbed into his Sunday pants, and hibit here at the Great sakes Expo-.
the National Safety Campaign reads: I over, the audience howled, and Willie took another bow for Florida. sition. Nor do they ref llze what a

"You :will never reach 70 doing 70." I went over like a ton of bricks.) Willie's home is Sanford, and ifI remarkable job Earl Bi >wn and his \

To which we add- For the balance of the time our ex- was secretary of their chamber of able assistants have doi t in assemb-
Published every Friday In Clewiston You will never reach 60 doing 60. habit was in progress in New York commerce, I wouldn't care a hoot ling it. The task of tn isplanting a ;:
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS You won't catch the car ahead do- Willie proved to be an outstanding whether the First National Bank or (Continued
on F.e 8)
Inc. ing 50.You attraction. One hundred and thirty- the County Courthouse was picturedin i
won't get far in a day doing five pair of spats came to him from!I the literature I sent out, but I'd -

40. generous listeners, while two bath-| rave and tear a lot of hair if it didn't I
Keathley: Bowden, Editor You won't take the same girl out tub manufacturers offered him the have an interesting story and a typical NORGE REFRIGE _

again doing 30. best that money could buy in the picture of Sanford's own Furniture and Home Furnishings

You won't make the dinner date way of bathtubs. Willie still has the "Whistlin' Willie." I understandthat PHILCO RADIOS .

Entered as second class mail mat- doing 20.You'll '" spats and a pea-green modernistic Willie) owes around $500 on his Household I
at the Post get hit from behind do- bathtub that could hold Its own in little Sanford home that he's havin' FurnishingsInc.
February 1, 1927, ;
ter
Florida under ing 10.You'll. anybody's mansion. a mighty hard time payin' off.: Andif ___
Office in Clewiston, .
never reach nowhere doing he loses it' all I've got to say is
of March 3, 1897. News photographers and camera BELLE FLORIDA
Act GLADE
the Springs Leader. "Shame : ,
nothing.Tarpon on you' Sanford". This unspoiled -
men have been clickin' away at Willie -
since while and Florida, colored: boy has
ever reporters
L. B.
OUR STATE SONG been loyal all the way through to his Mer?hon
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. feature writers go for him like he
Advertising rates on application. was the Prince of, Wales or somethin' town and his state and he's given AGENT
(Moore Haven Democrat) both a million dollars worth of ad-
But all this h'eio-worshlp has-
There are lots of people In Florida : vertising that money couldn't buy. New York Life
n't hurt Willie a bit. In spite of the .
who do not know that we havea I And the vehicle that
made this
Devoted to the advancement and fact that he is one of the best advertisements pos- Insurance CompanyARCADIA
state song; there are countless ,sible was the Florida exhibit.
of Clewiston and Hendry Florida ever had, he'sa
welfare others who do not know all of the I don't believe many FlorIdSans FLORIDA
darn good janitor right on and
County. words to the song and plenty of u. II really appreciate what a wonderful -
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that's one of the reasons, I guess,
who, while knowing that there is thing it is for Florida to have an ex-
why likes him.
everyone
such a song and that it is sung to J. M. COUSE
The decision of the county school Only last week when Ed Wynn, i i! I
of "Maryland, My Mary-
to hold only eight months of the tune the Fire Chief, and Graham McN .-: Counselor and '
board land" would find it difficult to remember !i Attorney at Law
the students to' mee were featured here with a pro
school should cause the words to one stanza. Hopkins
shed lot of tears, we don't think. I gram over WTAM, they called for il 1 Liberty Point Fishing Building
a
when found the I ,
for that reason, we the Florida Orange Blossom quartet) Wecbiesdajs and' Saturdays ,. '
in exchange this I
words re-printed an
that half and Whistlin' Willie to open their Camp 9:30 to 4:00
Prof. Tugwell reported week we clipped it and are printingit I
needed program. So grinnin'; from ear to ear, Excellent Black Bass Fishing
the farmers in four states in the hope that all of our state
Willie shed his janitor clothes
assistance. Had he travelled over I readers will clip it out and famil- BOATS TO RENT 1

some more states he probably would I arize themselves with the words. I Artificial Bait For Sale Dr. A. J. LittleOsteopath !

have raised his 'estimate. We have always contended that
Follow Signs from Liberty Point
Florida was too euphonious a name I
corner on old Cleuiston Road.
A good way to dispose of the and the state too great in every way
I J. L. TINDALE, Manager. Lake
Black Legionnaires would be to ,deport for us to be compelled to copy the Z1tZffU! Harbor Phone No. 1NOTICES
could do other state for our FLORIDA
them to Spain. They tune of some I .
all the killing they wanted to over ong. 'The words are okay and the

there-provided someone didn't tune too for that matter but we can .

beat them to the draw. never get used to the idea of being

placed in such a position that the ,

Republican candidate Landon, In people> of another state can stand

his acceptance speech at Topeka back, if they so desire, and call us NOTICE is hereby given that the following described lands, or so
called for an end to fumbling. No copy-cats. But whether we like it or much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein -

doubt he will discover that the ballis not the song was so designated by set opposite to the same, together with the costs 'of such sale and ad-
pretty slick and the opposing line House Concurrent Resolution No. vertising, will be sold at public auction on the fourth day of August;

impenetrable when he sfarts his 24, Legislature of 1913, and will remain 193C beginning at twelve o'clock noon, at the City Hall of the City of

march toward a touchdown.If as our state song until some I jClewiston, Florida. \

legislator with enough interest secures R. Y. PATTERSON,

it takes the Supreme Court as another to take its place. The 11 Tax Collector, City of Clewiston.Description .

long to rule on whether or not pub- words. are as follows:

lic funds may be used to hold the Land of my birth, dear sunkissed .

special primaries as it did to decide I land, a: "
Amount of
that such primaries are valid the Florida, my Florida, of land e w CI) Owner Taxes

race for Senator Trammell's place i Laved by, the Gulf and Ocean grand, 1 I ::: > 9J and Costs '

will be nothing more than a sprint I Florida, my Florida, gU F <
'Of all the States in East or West,

Heard an argument recently over :. Unto my heart thou are the best, Lot 1 Block 6 ................ First Bank of Clewiston

whether the third party's candidate'sname Here may I live, here may .I rest, 50' x 115' off S. End '.......$68.60

should be pronounced Lemkor Florida, my Florida.In Stop at th&jiotelpotdcia S. 85 ft. Lot 9 Block 9.... Alston Drug Co. m..m..... 42.80 -'

Lemkee but we think it's uselessto Lot ,20 Block 23 _'''.''h''' C. B. Fitch ".'''''hhm''h'__ 5.40
bother with learning somethingthat country, town, or hills and dell '
will be forgotten by next i Florida, my Florida, Lot 21 'Block 23 ............. ..,u, C. B. Fitch ___...hm..h... 5.40
Lot 23 Block 23 Hollis Lanier
5.40
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,
Thanksgiving.The I The rhythmic chimes of thy school m..m..m. .
I bell, 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll Lot 24 Block 23 ............. Hollis Lanier ......................:... 5.40

State Board of Health is giv- Florida, my Florida, Lot 25 Block 23 .......:.... Hollis Lanier .m..h..h..m 5.40

ing immunization shots for dipther- Will call thy children day by day Outside Rooms With Lot 26 Block 23 ......"'''' Hollis Lanier ........................... 5.40

ia next Wednesday free of charge.In To learn to walk the patriot's way Private Bath Lot 30 Block 23 ....__......' Colts, Inc. .m.h..m........ 6.25

most .cases this immunizes for Firmly to stand for thee for aye, Lot 31 Block 23 ............ Colts, Inc. .................................. 6.25
life. Better get it now while its free Florida, my Florida. COOL, CLEAN, QUIET Lot 32 Block 23 ............ Colts, Inc ..............::.__._ m....__.. 6.25

than to be compelled to pay plenty Lot 23 Block 26 ...........: B. WI. Jenks, Sr. ...........:....... 4.55
for the shot later on. Thy golden fruit the world outshines Overlooking Biscayne Bay Lot 24 Block 26 ..........._ .B. W. Jenks; Jr. .mm.m.. ... 4.55..

Florida, my Florida, Lot 25 Block 26 ..mm.." B. W. Jenks, Jr. ..................._ 4.55
Colonel Lindbergh told the Ger- Thy gardens and thy phosphate Two blocks to Shbps, Theatre and Lot 26 Block 26 ........:... B. W. Jenks, Jr ......:.:.m:.....-.. .55

mans in a recent speech that avia- mines, Business Section. Lot 27 Block 26 ....."'"'. B. W. Jenks, Sr. ......__............. 4.55
tion had abolished all defense in case Lot 28 Block 26 ............ B. W. Jenks, Sr. .."""'....... ... 4.55
intgiligence Florida, my Florida, Lot 29 Block 26 ............ B. W. Jenks, Sr. .....____.........._ 4.55
of war and that must Yield their rich store of good supplyTo RATES Lot 30 Block '26 ............ : B. W. Jenks, Sr. .....___.............: 4.55
be substituted for force in promo- still the voice of hunger's cry I Lot '27 Block 27 ............ Elmer G. Case .--...--...__........... 2.85
tion of peace. We all realize that Land of my birth, dear sunkissed $1.50 Single Lot 28 Block 27 ............ Elmer G. Case ......................:: 2.85
this is true but there seems to be land, Lot 29 Block 27 m..m.. Elmer G. Case .m.m. 2.85

several nations who are going to be Florida, my Florida. $2.50 Double i Lot 30 Block 27 ............ Elmer G. Case ........................ 2.85
compelled to learn by sad experi- Lot 31 Block 27 ..mm..... .-. Elmer G. Case ....____m..m........ 2.85
ence. Th' Lot 18 Block 36 ............ W. T. Furgson .........._:.m.."..... 4.55
oppressors rod can't rest on thee Special Weekly &
Family, Lot 19 Block 36 ...........: W. T. Furgson ...........__. .....m. 4.55
A RESPONSIBILITYThis Florida, my Florida, Monthly Rates Lot 20 Block 36 ............ W. T. Furgson ......_............_.... 4.55
.. Thy sons and daughters free must Lot 15 Block '138 ............ C. E. Shaw ......................__.... .85
be, S. ,D. McCREARY, Proprietor Lot 17 Block 138 C. B. Fitch .:: 2.68
week two Moore Haven lads '''''000'' m.m..m.
are being sent to Marianna to serve Florida, my Florida, I Lot 4 Block 139 ..........;. E. M. Petterson .................... .04
From North and South, from East Lot 6 Block 139 ..m....:.. Mrs. A. S. Rothrock ...m...... 5.40
terms in the state for
reformatory and West, Lot 7 Block 139 .:--........ Mrs. Hanna M. Hoover'........ 5.40
petty larceny and other minor From freezing blasts they come for I Lot 9 Block 139 ............ Mrs. R. H. Sanders ................ 4.55

crimes which officers could not for rest, .NNNNNN.. .. .. .. .. .. ..................................NN. ...................... ... Lot 12 Block 139 .....-...... Cora A. Keller ".-..--.....: ....... 4.38
long overlook and the citizens as ... .. Lot 13 Block 139 ........m. E. J. Keller ....m..m...___........: 4.38
And find in thee their earnest I
well as these boys should hang their quest, Lot 19 Block 139 ,,"."000'. Mildred Wheeler _m..m.........__ 4.04
heads in shame that they have taken Florida, my Florida. Lot 2 Block 141 ..._....... George Berow ........................ 3..70

the wrong road. Lot 9 Block 141 ............ Margaret Klick ....."............... 3.70
;Jt is a grave civic responsibilitythat When ills betide and woes o'ertake, Good Farm Lot 10 Block 141 ............ Anna Paulik __....:......__............ 3.70
Florida, my Florida, Lot 11 Block 141 ............ Elmer G. Case ........................ 4.55
should be
not underrated that
Thy sons and daughters quick will Lot 13 Block 146 .........." Walter Moore .m..m..m .5&
of providing clean amusement for make Land Lot 14 Block 146 ..:......... Walter Moore .......................... 3.70
the children. Every child, if raisedin Florida, my Florida: Lot 15 Block 146 ........ Sadie O'Mera ....00000................. 3.70

the wrong environment, stands a The sacrifice of love and life Lot 10 Block 151 ...._....... Elmer G. Case ...:.......,............ 3.70
good chance to turn the wrong way Lot 11 Block 151 ............ Elmer G. Case ........................ 4..55
instead of the right for it is the To save from woe, from ills and for Rent Lot 12 Block 151 ............ Elmer G. Case ........................ 3.70

course of least resistance. Occasion- strife Lot 13 Block 151 ............ Elmer G. Case ........................ 3.36
ally there is an exception to this rule To fell the foes in danger rife, Lots 1, 2, 3, Block 152..... ... G. L. Espcnlaub ............._.....: 51.30
-some young chap who has the Florida, my Florida. Lot 4 Block 152 ......__.... First Bank of Clewiston ........ 17.:30
Lots 5, 6, 7, Block 152 .... H. Etherton ............._.............. 37.70
will-power to
the
overcome obstacleof Lot 11 Block 152 ......:..... First Bank of Clewiston ........ 7.10
bad environment-but they are BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBflBBToo Lot 12 Block 152 ..........? First Bank of Clewiston _....... 7.10
I few., S. 35 ft. Lot 1 Block 156 First Bank of Clewiston ........ 37.70

r- "Bringing up a child in the way Late To Lot 4 Block 156 .....AEV ..... C. C. Klutts ............................ 7.10
".,' he should go" becomes not only the ClassifyBy ) I'''I Lot 5 Block 156 .... C. C. Christian ...................?... 20.70
::: duty of the parent but of the community TrespassersWill WVfc Lot 5, Lot 6, Block.

i': ';- as well. Moore Haven has 'Ryssell Kay 1 I 156 ...................... ....... .Elmore &. Chagaris __n__.....;.. 27.80
:' been lax. In this matter. Organiza- Be .' Lot 7 Block 156 ......;..... George A. Heinz ....--.............. 7.10

..,, .., ., tons of Boy Scouts have not had the IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBICleveland ProsecutedThe I i Lot Lot 1 6 Block Block 161 159 ........... Theo.Geo. Crowder Gottleibt :::..:::::::::::::::::::: 2.00 3.02

., '. cooperation that they should have : Maybe some of you i ii i 1 Lot 7 Block 161 ............ Geo. Crowder ..--......_.............. 2.00
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:t.' had. To be successful an organization folks remember "Whlstliu Willie," i Lot 2 Block 162 .........-. Mrs J. E. Frederick ._".....n...: 3.02
p' of that kind must have tho the (colored boy who was featured on I Lot 6 Block 162 .-......... J. C. Wimlheim --.........?-..,-.. ;,02

'" wholehearted support of the citizenry Major Bowes program last winter. ...... I Lot 12 Block 1C2 :_---..."", Ruth l:. Beardsley ................. 5.40
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"._ and not depend entirely on the Well, after making a tour with one, I Lot 15 Block 163 ............. E. L. Alston ............................ .21.55
... efforts of the scoutmaster. Dozens of the Major's amateur units, Willie I Lot 14 Block 167 ...:........ Emory J. Thomas ..................__ 3.70
''. of children may be seen any Sunday is back among the palms and I II Lot 15 Block 167 ............ Nora D. Ott ..........................:. 3.70
morning during the Sunday School orange I Lot 16 Block 167 ...:....-.... Emory J. Thomas ............-... 3.70'Lot
t trees
S: hour playing in the streets again at his old job of bathin'the i 17 Block 167 ............ Emory J. Thomas ............:... 3.70
who
should flowers and dustin' off the Flor- Lot 18 Block 167 ......:..... Pete M.: Lanehart .................. '3.70
Y be with those' who are studyIng Ida Exhibit. I I Lot 19 Block 167 ............ .Pete M. Lanehart ....:....____.... $.70.
about the better things of life: You remember, when the Major ClewistonCompany Lot 20 Block 167 ......--.... L. V. Gere ...................:............ 3.70
:: And so it croes. It any boy or girl asked Willie what his ambition was, Lot 2 Block 168 ..-.-'....--. James Hartz ..--n..h......:..... 3.70

goes wrong WP have no fuse to say he replied, "'"Well suh, I guess Ma-I I Lot 1 Block 169. ......-..... Rebecca Lutz ......-................... s.'so
"What's the matter win> the child I jor I'd most like to have me a pair' tat 8 Block 170 ............ Victor Baron ........................:. 3.70
or It's parents" but 'rather "what's' of spats like da gent'mens wear and Lot 9 Block 170 .........'". Victor Baron ....-..-....:........... 3.70
the matter with us and our town. ?" sure enough 'white folks' bath tub." Lot -18 Block 170 :........... Joseph Walton Smith ............ .3.70

-Glades County! Democrat! : Well, that startling and unexpect- .1 .*H*...*.*..*N*....*NON. .*...*..*.NON.**.*.N*.N.....*...*N.*...*N.**.*N, W... I" (Continued QU Page )

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FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1936 THE CLEWISTON NEWS : PAGE FIVE

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--.w.:..:..w..;N...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..: Mrs. Winnie Kelsey and E. C. Al-1 MR. 'AND MRS. PRE\\-IT---I served to Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs, "Popper what Is a platform?" ,-r", JI
bertson left FriQay for their homein Mr. and 11rs.Y'. C, Owen, Mr. and I "A platform is a declaration of \ ;

Personal Mention :=;: Weirsdale after a visit of several Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. F. unobtainable objectives so expressed -:

;. .!. days with Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Pet- Mr. and 11rs.v.. C. Prewitt enter Deane Duff, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kol I I
as to arouse the maximum confusion ;
... . . ..: : stad, Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, ,
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:N:NSNSNSN SNSNSNSH: NSNSNSN Ni 1N ers. tained Tuesday evening for their I I with the minimum sincerity. It is a ,
L. C. Sturgis, Jay: W. Moran, H.
:Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Turner spent guests, Mr. Prewitt's brother and A'I statement made by politicians with
Sunday in Miami. Miss Sudie Johnson and Fred Jose family, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Prew-II Bestor and H. J. B. Scharnberg. I I loose memories for consumption by 'j

of Stuart visited with Mr. and Mrs.B. itt and son, Jimmie, his father, B. voters who seldom read more than '
friends i J. Schroeder over the week-end. C. Prewitt and L. Gronto. of unless :1
Mrs B. E. Nall visited in I a page anything it has pic l
Moore Haven this week.. I Miss Johnson is Mrs. Schroeder's Sandwiches and fruit cake were SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS tures.New York Sun.
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sister. "
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Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sparks spent ':.J.
Saturday inVest Palm Beach! Celestino A. Martinez returned to -- --

his home in 'eastern Cuba Wednesday Meat Cuts and How to Coo l7hem'1\ 1

Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crochet were after a week's business visit

West Palnr Beach visitors Saturday. here. He was formerly employed by >
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the U. S. Sugar Corporation.Mrs. BEEF CHART ,J

Mr. and: Mrs. Foy Durrence returned ,
Sunday from a two. weeks W. C. Nail and daughter, Miriam Retail Retail Cuts 'J. '

vacation visit in North Carolina. W. F. Nall, Sr., and Miss CutsWholesale ;

Elaine Wetherington, of Moore Haven Cuts .
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cameron, of visited Mr. and Mrs. Walker Nail I :";

LaBelle, visited Mr. and Mis. H. O. Wednesday night.G. < J LC << J "iS : S .:
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Peters Sunday evening. ;':.. i f V
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-- B. Thomas, daughter, Mary Meat Loaf Heel 1 of Round '1l<': ',
Round Steak Top Round Bottom Round
F. A. Ray is spending two weeksin Louise, and E. A. Thomas spent the Roost BNOiSeoNSimmeM % Braise -- 1 I

reserve training. at Fort Benning, week-end in Lakeland visiting Mrs. p

Ga. Thomas who is taking a summer .; \ ,
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course at Southern, College.Mr. ." \( ._' 61 S
Paul Rardin, of Canal Point, wag: a I \

business visitor here Monday after- and Mrs. Hoomes Rich re- Hind ShanR Rolled Rump RumpRoast
-Soup or Simmer .
noon. turned Sunday from a month's va- Br'oise oNAOOSF

cation in North and South Carolina.Mrs. .
:Mis. J. B. Dotterer and Mrs. G. Rich's sister, Mrs. Stiles Bee,
-1. Mobley visited Mrs. J. F. Mc- -
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of Charleston, S. Carolina, returu- '
ure in Canal Point Friday.Mr. .
ed with them for a visit. Rolled 1 FlanR FlanRStewBraise I '

and Mrs. R. C. Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Wv C. Prewitt and I Stew- Sirloin SteaR Pin Bone SiCIoinSteoR

Mrs. R. C. Nowling visited in West Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Sparks are :; Broil of PanoroilFlanR

Palm Beach Saturday.Mrs. I leaving tonight for a three week's -

I trip through the west, visiting all .I" \

M. the points of interest en route in- f '............. v
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Mrs. M.
W. C. Prewitt, Steak
Wednesdayin Eluding:, Yellowstone Park. FIonR Stealt Fillets 3 .
Prewitt and guests spent / Porterhouse T Bone Club ,
Miami. j Bi'oise Steak SteaR Steak '
L. E. Titus received word this! '. "S BNOi,or'Ponbroil -

Dirs. reek of his transfer from the U. S. \JJ .. ,
Mr. and Elbert L. Stewa'rtand Engineer suboffice here to the West --..;: < -- -.' .
R. L. Coker spent Saturday in I I
Palm Beach office where he was t ; .

West Palm Beach., formerly employed. He will reportfor Plate Rolled Shoi't .

work there Monday.Mrs. Boiling? f Plate Ribs Standing Rolled Rib
T. ;B. Shelley was a business visi- -Simmei'of Brai'se Rib Roast Rib Roast SteaR -

tor in Arcadia and Bermont Mon H. M. Melton and sons, ftoasfBroil !

day. Holmes and Howell, left Wednesday

-- for Haines City before returning to

H. J. B. Scharnberg and 11.V.. their home in Mayo. They have been Beef Bi'isRet Coi'ned Beef E1 !

Bigg 'were business ,visitors in West the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Simmer
BR1 Blade Steak Blade Pot Roast
Palm Beach Saturday Johnson. 1KnucRleSoupBone
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Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Prewitt and .. 'I -/ / d
Miss Beth Nail, of Tampa, is visiting il' ::1 !OJ
'son, Jimmie, of New Orleans, La., J ',11 ,,5
this week with her brother, f\t.\ I '
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L. Gronto, of New Orleans and B. ,
Walker F. Nail and Mrs. Nail. Cross Cut SnanKs "'
BonelessChucR: iYian le '
visited for
C. Prewitt of Tampa several !I
soup 0/'Braise- Pot Roast Pot-R6'ast "" ':.I
days this week with Mr. and .
SI'ase
Jones, of LaBelle, was a "
Tommy 1rs.V.. C. Prewitt, and Mr. and Mrs.
business visitor in Clewiston Tuesday ; 'i'
111.. Prewitt. "
evening. -
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1 fJJ; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and
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Mrs. R.I\1.: Hare, Sr., returned the Arm Pot-Roast Arm Stea R
first of the week from a two week's son, Kim, left Wednesday for Og- ; Braise t _Rolled NecR Boneless NecR'IE; ,
called I ; .. 4. Braise Of Stew : ,
vacation spent at Miami Beach. lethorpe, Ga., where they were \.t' .
by the death of Mrs. Kolstad's I ,

Mrs J. F. Curry returned last grandfather. From there they will
week from Live Oak where she has go on to North Carolina for a three Every housewife is confronted with the three- with many of the possibilities offered by beef. If(

been visiting her sister. week's vacation. : a-day question of variety in the meals she serves. you are one of those whose use of beef is limited !(.. i

; In beef we become addicted to roasts or steaks roast or a steak, the chart given above will be ir'va.

Mrs. M. E. Yenawiue and daughter Mrs. S. W. Houser entertained ', ''and 'forget all about the other good beef cuts uble in learning to identify and locate the mend

Jean, are visiting Mrs. Yena- Wednesday afternoon honoring Mrs. "'which will give pleasing variation and be easy on retail cuts of beef. The chart will show you at a

wine's mother in Ohio. Stiles Bee. Guests present were Mrs the'pocketbook, too. Perhaps our trouble lies in the glance just how each one should be cooked. You

1. M. Pafford, ,Mrs'' W. -Simpson", I fact that we are not as familiar as ve shoud: be will want;: to preserve this chart for ready reference. ..

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Turner and Irs. Hoomes Rich and Mrs. Bee. I

Mrs. F. H. Moltz spent ,Sunday in Bridge was enjoyed during the af- I

Okeechobee.Miss ternoon.
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; Virginia Saxon of' Moore Mr. and Mrs., R. N. Smith and son,

Haven, spent the week-end here as Bobbie, returned Monday from a visit -

the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. of several weeks in Jacksonvilleand
Lawrence. Savannah. Mr. Smith has been SAVINGS ,SAFETY DIVIDENDSRecord
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working in the district U., S., Engineer -

office in Jacksonville while
Miss Mary Frances Mobley, of I "
Mrs. Smith and Bobbie visited in
Jacksonville, is visiting her brother,
G. S. Mobley and Mrs. Mobley fora Savannah.Mr. 1 / : : ','
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few weeks. and Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger .' -" ..'. ."-' ...--..- --" ,", of Dividends of \

and son, Clarke, returned Wednesday -I : / Clewiston Home Building Association
Miss Dorothy and Genevieve Sum- : / .' .: :_ t'
from a three week's vacation. ,, d'ii," ,;1.- 1)
mers and Doris Roberts, of Moore .. jr. ,
During the time Mr.: Ironmonger 'l' .- .; .::" '.'( ,-'rS\ ..
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Haven were visitors here. Wednesday ', ; : ; '. RATE ,RATE
took a naval reserve training cruiseto "

_ afternoon. the West Indies aboard a U. S. ,; :f : rc5'5 : YEAR PEPCENT'YEAR PERCENT
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destroyer while Mrs. Ironmongerand .
C. L. Smith, of Nocatee spent partof --t ;
Clarke visited relatives in Jack- 1928 5.5 1933 ;: 6
last week with her daughter, Mrs ; ;

Joe Cato. Mrs. Cato returned with sonville until his'1'return. I :": -t.,Y\: :, C-') J 1929 7 J 1934 ': ,; ';,',:,' 6

i her to visit until Monday .MR. AND MRS. SIMPSON ');:)r. 5', :.:r.:.) -:-.-.-,, ''- ; J 1930 ,\ 4.. J 1935 ',,6 ', : .
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Mr. and :Mrs. Grover Poole and ENTEKTAIN WITH BRIDGE '..n"J.; : : : :. J 1931 J 4 J 1936 6 '" ,

son, John, of Canal Point, spent ,;.->,:\ ": ',". ,' ...."
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Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson en- ', ,;,,- .tr/ 1932 6
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pat number witha ";, i'-1< '::t: "" :' :-, .( .; '- '
tertained a of friends '
ford. >':: 5 ':> : < .'
bridge party Wednesday eveningat ::" r "
their home on the government ;
Rufus L. Smith returned Monday : <' S -' ,
reservation. "
from a two'week's vacation spent in "5: CALL BY" THE HOME
High score prize, two decks of
visiting points of interest in Flor- S '
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ida and Georgia. cards, was won by S. W. Houser. BUILDING OFFICE FIRST :
Favors were given to two visitors, '
-- Mrs. Stiles Bee and Miss Kathleen Invest your savings for safety and a good THING TOMORROW AND
Mrs. J.'Vo.. Adkins, daughters,
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Flaniken. return. Home Building has paid :.
Florence and Nahda, and son, Billy, never .' TALK THINGS OVER.
of Moore Haven attended the show Sandwiches and iced drinks were dividends of less than 4 ,
served to: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, I percent per year. ."
here '
Sunday. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.: S. W. Houser, Mr. and In these days of reduced interest on savings I .
Mis R. N. Smith, Mrs. R. V. Alli-
Billy Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs and reduced returns other .'
1 son, Mrs. Hoomes Rich, Mrs. Stiles accounts on "
Wl A. Davis has returned
from Tampa Bee, Mrs. B. "C.: Faniken and Miss forms of investment Home Building offers
after a month's vacation spent Kathleen Flaniken. 4' ,

with relatives.Mr the conservative, thrifty investor the in'V

and Mrs. B- C. Flaniken and :\II S. DUFF ENTERTAINS vestment best suited to his needs. In-
WITH TEA FOR VISITOR
children and Miss Kathleen Flan vestigate Clewiston Home Building Asso-
ken visited Bok> Tower at Lake
Mrs. F. Deane Duff entertained
Wales and in Tampa last Friday.Mr. Tuesday afternoon 'at tea honoring ciation ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONHOME

Mrs. Geo. C. Prewitt. little as 5.00 per month or as much as
and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley andR. BUILDING
Sandwiches and iced drinks were i
M. Hare Jr.. $ J in a lump sum you'll find a
returned Sunday 1 served to: 11rs.V.. C. Prewitt, Mrs. $1,000.00 ,

from a vacation visit of several I 1\!. M. Prewitt, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Home Building program adapted to your ASSOCIATION, .
weeks, in Mississippi, Tennessee, and Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. W. C. Owen, PHONES 102-103
Chicago. They returned by way of Mrs. C: L. Downs, Mrs. R. Y. Pat- requirements.

the East Coast visiting in Washington terson, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. F. .

D. C., and\ in North and South M. Wright, Mrs. G. E. Smith and ";

Carolina, t\ Mrs. ;H, C., Kolstad

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1936'

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Now and Here e

THE west winds blow, ansi f

DRIVE YOU lowI
: DRAGONS hear the glad streams run,

The throw'vindows of my soul I

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EDWIN B A L MER No longer forward nor behindI

i By look in hope or fear

But find grateful take the food I


., Copyright by Edwin Balmer "vTNU Service The best of Now and Here.

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.,r II And so the shadows fall apart,

SYNOPSIS "11'hy not?" tram her, and much ot the strung, And so the west winds play;

'Tui a witness.. I must appear before sitive modeling of lila head. His And all the windows of my

Jeb Braddon, young and fantastically the coroner's Jury tomorrow, was like hers, fine and straight heartI

;' successful broker of Chicago Is Infatuated piohiihly, ; .then before the Grand Jury ; abundant. I open to the day.J .

with Agnes Gleneith, beautiful and then at the trial. lie had his blue eyes from her, G. Whittier.MUFTI .
daughter of a retired manufacturer
love with "I) can't imagine It !" her mother to the sparkle In them ; and
Rodney, a doctor In Agnes
visits his brother. Jeb Rod plans work 'said. much more than can ever be told,

'r ; at Rochester Jeb suggests that he "But I he to." It was through her that he had

t make a try for Agnes before leaving Jeb arrived before her father; hnaJdiiven > event which, of all elements that r
In Rod there Is a deeper obstinate
decency than In Jeb Agnes believes ugaln from the city Ales ; )end Into his making, most

to be happy, a girl must bind herself ,/ had. him come to her room, when- J II11. ,She had seen it with her

entirely to a man and have adorable she remained. ryes ; and as soon as he had "

babies Rod visits Agnes and tells her Jell crossed the room In long, strong: old enough to understand, she
of his great desire. but realizes It pan '
; never bo fulfilled Agnes mother Is at- rides and seized her In his .arms. herself related It to him:
SHOE WHITE will nof rub.off. [
tempting to regain her husband's love She: said no word but she pushed 1'lie tenth of July It was, In : Contains Ingredients of Mufti Home On/Cleaner\
Agnes has disturbing doubts as to what to CLEAN as if Whitens large Bottles 2SC
way from him een ninety three ; and the lake ;
1';. attracts her father In New York Jeh
tells Agnes he Is going to marry her "\Vhit's: the mutter. Glen?" he over along Jackson park was white .

f''' and together they view an' apartmentIn (powered" her again.i "I love you so : the great fine World's Fair Contentment Sparkles

Chicago. Jeb asks< Agnes to set an and I I left you toalk Into that-when And this day was fine, and the ; Contentment is diamond
early date, but she tells him she can a
I love I" was full cnAvded to the turnstiles.She
not marry him When the agent Mr you so which sparkles in any setting
Colver offers show furnished "Lo\p?" was seeing the Fair on
to them a Agnes/ rvpiMti'il n* much to
apartment. Jeb asks Agnes to see It fine day, was Winnie '
Herself us to him, '.lonUiii, up at him
alone saying he muM return to his O'Mara. wife-and proud of him r i
"Do we love. Jeb? .Or what Is It I
office. Agnes consents and Jeb leaves !
+ ,1 A radio Is blaring terrifically from one we feel for each other?" I Cathal .Martin O'Mara. of Engine

y of the apartments Colver raps upon He hold her only tighter. "I know." I pany Number Two.
the door, which Is opened by a scantily he said 'You're Few had been the fires at the
mixing us up with
clad girl, who draws Agnes Into the
room. Colver finds her husband, Charles them. Don't Oh I wish to God' and none that did either hurt or i

Lorrle. fatally) shot He calls the police I'd sti.\eil there with you.' age. But this day was to pay up for !

Myrtle LorrIe asks Agnes' to phone "You (didn't Jeb I'm glad"It There were the white, tall -

Cathal O'Mara a lawyer. to come at was nearly midnight): and after reaching up to the blue skies, 't1
!- once. Agnes does The police take '
t charge O'Mara arrives The officers are Jeb was gone, when she had a talk none of them nearer to heaven

antagonistic-to him. Agnes sides with with her mother and father. the tower of the Cold Storage

O'JIara "You're not to blame, Agnes, little ing. And It was the bulk below MAGIC SKIN .;sr

(Light One" he repeated, petting her caught fire on this fine afternoon : /C&t_

CHAPTER III hair. "It was bad luck ; that's all. wasn't the tower at all at the -

-6- But why In the world did you phonefor ning. The alarms went out; ,and REMOVES FRECKLES, BLACKHEADS QUICK
+. fire companies came by- their
that ?
lawyer RESTORES CLEAR LOVELY SKIN
Agnes was out ; she had passed thnt ,
"O'Mara?" said Agnes."I strong horses running, and their !
door; but the room and the apart. All you do is this: ((1)) At bedtime
wish you hadn't done it." gongs beating. spread a thin, film of NADINOLA
ment Inside it refused to be obliter
""'hy?" "Play away Two Play away Cream over your face-no massaging,
? ated. It went with her; they all "It aligns you with her-and him." Play'a'ay\ Company Eight Up no rubbing. ((2)) Leave on while you
seemed to travel with her, though she sleep. ((3)) Watch daily improvement-
t"! And
"Does it? / ye Chemical Fourteen up
usually in 5 to 10 will
days see a
4i only had been released, she alone had you
"She won't go away," her mother men went to the roof, from roof marvelous transformation. Freckles,

been helped away. returned to her own remedy In th"emergency from ground playing their blackheads disappear; dull coarsened
She sat for a few minutes In the skin becomes creamy-white, satin-
"She Insists that she can t on the building But the fire was smooth adorable! Fine results positive-
women's waiting room of the Northwestern ,
leave at all." blazing and leaping ; and it licked guaranteedwith NADINOLA-tested

railroad station, where no one "That's true" said her father. the water that reached it ; and more and trusted for nearly two generations.
could know that she this afternoon All toilet counters only 50c. Or write
"At least," said her mother, "you'llnot the water fell short. ,
had walked in on a murder. After a be'I NADINOLA, Box 46. Paris, Tenn.
go back to New York tomorrow "To the tower !" shouts
while, she went to a phone-booth and ,
Bob? -him that was captain of ,
tailed her father's office. He was not: .
: "Were you going tomorrow Father Company Two, and assistant chief That's the Good Nature
there, but his secretary almos '
grew -
?" battalion. "To the tower with Good nature is frequently im.
hysterical when she recognized
nes' voice. Az- He looked at his daughter,' who had water, and play on from above posed on-and seems to like it.

k "Where walked In on a murder that afternoon up to the tower with me?" And I
are Miss ?
you, Agnes
"Yes." he said. set foot for the climb:
"At the station ; I'm taking a train
tome in seven minutes." The police "Why?" she asked him as never she And twenty good men-the good IOC 254
would have before. the best-the fair score of them
had communicated with her father -
from the roof to the tower
"Business, of Light One. up
and he had gone to find her. course ;
called What was Father doing in New him, dragging their hoses with .
Finally she Jeb ; but he also
for
t York How could he do It? He, who And they got up and signed
was out seeking her. For
news of
and the engines give it to them,
z the murder of Charles LorrIe was on had been so happy with Mother-so It from For Biliousness Sour Stomach,
there down
completely happy during all those they played Flatulence Nausea and Sick
r' the air the /
had
; announcer said that tower on the side of the roof that
due to Constipation.
(' Miss Agnes Gleneith had discovered eleven years In the house on Easter Headache
blazing.
't.; the "murder.: Lane. But they were passed-as two ,
It From the
Sure
was a sight.
i;:". The wife of a man In Jeb's office years had passed In that apartment of. Honor, from the Manufactures -
'
?<\,. bad picked this up at home not ten which had shot she her had husband.visited: How where could Myrtle she hibits, from the Art Galleries, SORE EYES Dr. Salter'sEye Lotionrelieves

minutes ago, and had phoned her husband the Midway and all the shows it and cures sore and inflamedeyes In 21 to 18
have done It?
i. In the otlice ; and Jeb had set out. tween, the people came crowding hours. Helps the weak eyed, cures without pain.
Ask your druggist or dealer for Only
She didn't do It not the bride who : l5l.rJia
." Agnes sat In the train where nobody ; see. Thousands and tens of from Beformbispensaryl'.O.Box ,G v
had married him two and
: knew. Nobody yet. But by years ago of them. Faith, pushing at the
had been happy with him. Fa
.,. night they would know ; by morning once lines that day was a city of people.
4. ther-Father, who had brought Mother -
all her world would learn that she had Fo-r the fire kept on gaining. iiiI1Ef-
as a bride to the house on Easter "
;, "walked in" on a murder while she water from the tower, like the
Lane-that father not what
was doing
t::. bad been looking for an apartment from the ground, was nothing to ;
, Father was doing against Mother to- |STOPS ITCHING OR MONEY BACKGet
s' with Jeb Braddon. The blaze It the roof
: day. ran on top ; Tetterina and get Instant relief from
That meant of course, that she was that was not so bad, for that the ; any skin itching. 60c at all drug storesor

J. to marry Jeb. Marry, marry, marry, "When such a thing Is done, you on the tower could see. But the sent postpaid on receipt of price.

? the. rails ran again under the, car don't do It," Martin O'Mara had told It ran along under the roof; and SHUPTRINE Dept3SavannahGa.
-
:. wheels. her. "It's your dragons you have In they couldn't see till It broke up

She had selected a seat amid stran you that drive you." below sudden on all sides at once, ,

: gers ; she leaned her head against the, Were the dragons of desire that fed cut off the tower entirely. ;y KILL ALL FLIES .'

;:., window and shut her eyes. on Myrtle's soft sensuousness also afflicting One man,-John Davis, of the l- '7 --l.a. Placed enywhero. Datey
': See. You Father? It the Killer attracts and Kills flics.
opened but company-he saw
. your eyes, way { Guaranteed effective. Neat,
that room was there; Myrtle was Agnes lay long awake. If she cculd, before It burst up ; and he hugged ogee" convenient soil-orlnjuro Cannot anything.spill- |

there, reaching for her, clinging to ,by willing It, obliterate her hours In hose-line and came down ; and lists WlJlnot all ecason. 2Qo at alldealers.
Inc.
Harold 8omcrs.
,." her, forever clinging. "It" was down the apartment so that never they could reached the roof and ran over It P" 150Do KalbAve..n'kiynN.Y.

the hall, half In the bedroom; the touch her again, would she do It? fore it all was blazing. But scarce DAISY ,

husband whom Myrtle had shot, four No, she knew. No. Who, having he down before the hose he rode !

times, after being his wife for two passed from Innocence, would returnto burned away ; iM other hose to !

years. It again? Who, having encoun- tower was burned away ; and the ;

Agnes closed her' eyes again. tered him, would obliterate from all line like them. Twenty men-the ,, f -. .,. :: r '::" :::- : "-'-.: ..:-,

Who was Bert, and where was he? her life ahead Martin O'Mara? score of them-stood at the top of CLASSIFIED I 1 I ) ]DEPARTMENT I ;

Myrtle's Bert. Who he? Who-what blaze all about below :
wife the ?
\ was or tower, i H ._, ._. _. : _. _..._'. __ ._ ._
"Shut up about Bert !t" Myrtle had what, other woman might now be One hundred and ninety-one

begged. And Agnes had omitted mention awaiting him? from the ground, they stood ; AGENTS

of him. Why? above the roof blazing all about I

;For the sake of Myrtle? Or of Mar Twenty miles away In the city a I
tin O'Mara? woman was awaiting him at that hour, Loral Representatives" for Ilolbvrood Every"Pat-
Puffs" Patented, smart, practical.
W\iat did Martin O'Mara: mean b> though It was long after midnight.She ): Quietest Spot on Earth Is in Heartof woman enthusiastic prospect 25c for sam- .
and details. Goc1lli!art, IIollj\\ood.Callf.
say' g "you" never do a thing like was at a window beside the door I the City of Utrecht in Holland plo
,
the s but your dragons drove of a little frame house, and she
t
It? What were the dragons, you which* watched out with the shade up from If you should ask: your friends casu- In the first place he built three SALESMEN" Profitable headache repeat powder business.Sell to.

Myfttle's soft sensuousness might have the window. ally what Is the quietest place in the rooms, one Inside the other ; then, sincea stores.REX-LEX Quality and 5c attractive display malco
the vacuum Is a poor conductor of sound, sales easy Samples free. Hex, 8hdby, .C.
known', but which Agnes knew naughtof She watched for him and listened world, they would probably say .

because God had been good to her? hour after hour, eagerly but not Impatiently summit of a high mountain, a distant he bad the air all pumped from be- 30-36

The train was stopped again, and or critically She lived for place in the middle of the ocean, or tween the walls. The Interior walls of WNU-7

It was at her station. There were her his coming, whenever It' might): be. an isolated spot in the desert. the room were covered with six layersof

mother and Bee, and Simmons behinJ She was slight but straight and But we need not leave the town to material ; one layer was of stone I

them. Her father It proved, hal I strong.: Five font two she stood, a find the quietest place in the world, blocks, treated by a special process.
The cavities between the stones were
phoned to them from the city to meet little mother of big men ; for both her for it Is In the heart of a city-the cityof
filled with horsehair; next to the stone
this train. They hurried her nODl sons had*been a full foot taller "And Utrecht in Holland. In this quiet
wood and cork.
were placed layers of
where her mother, after learning all here Is the likes of me" she'd say; place, says a writer In the Montreal
The other coverings were layers of
that Agnes could tell, offered to start -outllvln' the both Iv thlm. And their Herald, Is a room for scientific research -
lead plate, sea grass, and paper
her off the next morning for the East fayther. But please God, let me nlver especially built to avoid all vibration
further lined with
The walls were
and for Europe. bury him." Proto H. Zwaardemaker, a

"Your Aunt Esther will take you. Him-none like him, to her; not well-known Dutch physicist and physiologist tapestry Not the,slightest to absorb sound the Internal cat penetrateto sounds. WEALTH AND HEALTH

I'll telephone her this evening." Aunt even her own sons, or her own man, had It built. An attempt to the Innermost chamber. In ,that room Good health and Success So togJther.Don'e

Esther was her mother's older sister whose memory never failed her. Him construct a noise-proof room bad been there rules an' absolute quiet. handicap yourself-get rid o,4 a sluggish,

a widow living In Hartford.. "I'd go was her grandson, Cathal Martin made once before by Professor Waudt acid condition with tasty 'Iilncsi:1J theoriginal

with you myself, Agnes; but It Is DOme O'Mara. And little as she was, and In Leipzig, but that was not entirely milk of.magnesia ifo wafer !loam.
successful. The means that Professor Had CalendarThe Each wafer equals 4 teaspocJnfuls! milk of
to'lea.'e your father. old as she was,-nearing two and seventy ;
"No" said Agnes. "But I can't possibly ,-you could see resemblances between Zwaardemaker used are worthy of solar calendar had been workedout magnesia Neutralizes acids/and givesyoi I

I'l ave Mother." them. Be had his good hands record. In Egypt by 4241 B. (X pleasant elimination 20c,3 5c& 60c sizes.





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.,, H I 0'fI'- Spirit of Kindness Terms of Senators

and Representatives
KINDNESS is contagious.

OUR COMIC SECTION trickles down spirit by of a thousand harmony Representatives are elected for

secret channels into the in- two years by the direct popular
most recesses of the house- vote in November of even year's.
i .I II hold life. One truly affectionate Each house is a new body, although -

,I soul in a family will exerta many representatives are .
sweetening and harmonizing re-elected. Under the 20tfc:)
i THE FEATHERHEADS B" Olborne The Sampler influence upon all its mem- Amendment to/ the Constitution *
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impossible to be morose in ginning January 3. Thus there is
H H'LO-WHAT \ ( IVE BEEN So face of a cheerful and gener- a .new house in January of the

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So i MADE the highest, the ointment This procedure differs from the ;
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and the whole house is pres- 'senators are new every two ','
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Dad-Well, son, you must be hard Quoting Him Direct
up. I no sooner step off the train
How He Managed Lord Jeffrey was once addressinga ;
Smith-Bothered with time-wast- than you ask for money. jury, and had occasion to men- Q -L/j.:/ : l llllQnn
Son-Now see here, Dad, that's
ing callers, are you? Why don't tion frequently a major who was a
you try my plan? not fair. Was it my fault the train witness in the case, and kept on de-
I I Jones-What is your plan? was 20 minutes late? scribing him as "the soldier."

I Smith-Why, when the bell rings The major got annoyed and called
1 put on my hat and gloves before Apt PupilC. out: "Don't call me a soldier, sir.. p p a r
I open the door. If it proves to be '0. (addressing recruitWewant ) I am an officer." 0 1 r
someone I don't want to see, I to look all "
say you upon your com- "Well, gentlemen of the jury,
"So sorry but I am just going out." rades in the regiment as your broth- proceeded Jeffrey, "this officer,
Jones-But suppose it's someone ers, and to regard me as your fa- who, according to his own state-
you want to see? ther-father of the regiment. Do you ment, is no soldier, etc."
Smith-Oh, then 1 say "So for- underctand? The laughter in court was instantly -
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(Continued from Page 4) I Lot 6 Block 359 ............ ir. Samuel Fisher ..._............ 3.02
Beardsley And- Lot 12 Block 171 ............ Lesie E. Kemp ........................ 5.06j i Lot 18 Block "360 ......... '
M. W. Young ........................ 3.02
Lot 14 Block 171 ............ Jennie E. Barber .................. 5.06k Lot 19 Block 360 ........
M.V.. Young ........................ 3.02
Lot 26 Block 171 ............ Rebecca Lutz ........................ 5.40 Lot 37 Block 360 ............
Kathryn Ortman .................... 1.49
(Continued From Page One) I Lot 4 Block 172 ............ Joseph W. Smith .................... 4.U4 Lot
6 Block 361 ............
W. H. Bryan ............................ 3.02 ,
better people of the state and pointed Lot 7 Block 172 ............ E. C. Cole ................................ 4.04 Lot 7 Block 361 ............ "
W. H. Bryan .........:......__.......... 3.02.
out that many of the most prom Block 172 ............ Emanuel F. Selz .............,.... 4.04
Lot
Lot 10 8 Block 361 ............
: O. C. Bryan :..._....................... 3.02
inent men who are members. He Lot 11 Block 172 ............ Mrs. J. E. Frederick ..:......... 4.38 Lot 9 Block ,361 ... ........' .
.Robert Barnaby ...................... 3.02
Florida its j Lot 18 Block 172 ..:.......... Robert Espie, Jr. .................. 4.04 Lot .
praised the state of 10 Block 361 ............
Robert Barnaby ...................... 3.70 t\
great opportunities as comparedwith I Lot 21 Block 172 ............ F. G. Hunt ................................ 4.04 Lot 16 Block 361 ............
J. C. O'Neal ............_......... 3.02 .t.
Lot 1 Block 173 ............ G. H. & Frances Small ............ 6.42 .000.
Lot 11 Block 362 .......
.....
many other states and expressed -; Rebecca Lutz .......................... 2.85
Lot 2 Block 173 ............ D. F. Woodward .................... 4.38 Lot 12 .. '
Block 362 ............
that the Ev- Rebecca Lutz' .._..
himself as believing ; .. .. .:....::... 2.85
Lot 15 Block 173 ...........". Joseph W. Smith .................... 4.38 Lot 20 Block 362 .......:.... "
to Adolph Tishler ...:_............... 3.70
ergaldes would some day come Lot 21 Block 173 ............ L. M. Harding ..._.................... 5.40 Lot 21 Block 362 ............ :
Adolph Tishler ................__.... 3.70
be regarded everywhere as the garden Lot 24 Block 173 ............ C. E. Shaw .....................000.... 6.25 Lot 28 Block 362 ... ....
.000. Hattie S. Baker ....................
spot of the world. I Lot 3 Block 175 ............ J. P. Grieves ............................ 3.02 Lot 29 Block 362 ............ 3.70 '-
Hattie S. ...........
Baker .........
He met with the club directors. Lot 4 Block 175 ............ J. P. Grieves ............................ 3.02 Lot 30 Block 362 ..... 3.70
"Om. N'B.. O'Kelley ........................ 3.70 .
following the meeting and stated I Lot 6 Block 175 ............ Minerva D. Sharder ................ 3.02 Lot 32 Block 362 ............ Mrs. Rena F. Jacobi ............ .
able to Lot 8 Block 175 ............ Joseph Walton Smith ............ 3.02 Lot 3.70
afterward that he would be I 36 Block 362 ............ Mrs. V. E. Jacobs ............._...... 5.40
from the local Lot 20 Block 175 ......... C. H. Berner ............................ 3.19 Lot 12 Block 363 .......... ..
give a splendid report '. A. M. Coleman __...................... 2.68W.
Lot 21 Block 175 .......... C. H. Berner ........... .......;.... 4.38 14 "
.000. ot Block 363 ............ :
International.Mr.
club at the Kiwanis R. Griffiths .................... 3.19
Lot 2 Block 176 ........:... J. V. Shasky ............................ 3.70 Lot 24.Block 363 ............ .
Williams was accompanied here \..: Mrs. E. A. Schult ............:... 19.00Edwa'rd
Lot 3 Block 176 ............ Mrs. V. E. Jacob ...... ............ 3.70 Lot 24
-- Block 365 ............
......_.........
Arnett of West Palm Boyer ........ 2.85
by Alex .. ....... .......
Lot 4 Block 176 .... Allen E. Heyson .. :; 3.70 '
Lot 1
.000. Block 367 ......... ..
: ,. Mrs. E. A. Schult ............... ... 42.80 r
Beach. Lot 6 Block 176 ........ ... J. Clinton Moorman ................ 3.70 ?
Lot 2 Block 367 ............ ,
; : Mrs. E. A. Schult .................... 24.10
Lot 8 Block 176 ........:... Victor J. Robins, Sr. ...... 3.70 ',
.m. Lot 3 Block 367 ............. "; ;
Mrs. E. A. Schult ................... 13.90
Lot 10 Block 176 ........... Mrs. E. A. Schult ....... ....... 3.70 '
LateCont'd Lot 4 Block 367 ............ :
Too I Mrs. E. A. Schult .................... 13.90
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ot 11 Block 176 ........... Mrs. E. A. Schult ....... ..m... 3.70 Lot 5 Block 367 ..... .. ;
"' "' John O. Stendall .................... 2.34
Lot 12 Block 176 ............ : Mrs. E. A. Schult .................... 3.70 Lot "
9 Block
367 ............ .
.. ::..: O. M. Benson ........................ 2.34
Lot 13 Block 176 ............ Mary S. Cooper ....__................ 3.70
Lot 10 Block 367 ............ :
(Continued from Page 4) .JI. Emil Hunsbourg .................... 2.68
Lot 14 Block 176 ............ Lucille. Lewis .................... 3.70 Lot 11 Block 367 ............ ,. .,
real Florida the shores of Robert B. Martin ........_........... 2.68
bit of on Lot 16 Block 176 ............ Ella M. Johnson .................... 3.70 .
Lot 13 Block 367 ............ : ,;'
E. W. .................... 2.68
Lake Erie is no slouch job especially ,: Lot 20 Block 176.............. Dora Gimple .......................... 3.70 Lot 15 Block 367 ............ :. Hathaway
Mrs. E. A. Schult ......._............ 53.00
when it involves bringing bearing t Lot 21 Block 176 ............ Gustave C.,, Voss .................... 3.70 Lot 16 Block 367 ':.
"' 000"000. Mrs. E. A. Schult .................... 53.00
citrus trees, royal palms, and hund- Lot 22 Block 176 ............ Ruth R. Beardsley............... 3.70 Lot 17 Block 367 ............ ."
Milam A. Farah ....._.............. 2.68
reds of rare and tropical plants, to Lot 23 Block 176 ............ D. J. Johnson ........................ 3.70 Lot 20 Block 367 ............ :.., v v
: Frank E. Miller .................... 2.68
Lot 24 Block 176 ............ A. V. Bristow....................... 4.55 "
say nothing of tons of exhibit ma- Lot 11 Block 368 ............ : ,
Esther Warren __...................... 3.36
terial that portrays every phase of Lot 26 Block 176 ............ S. M. Paulson .......................: 3.70 Lot 13 Block 369 ............. : ':.';' Mrs. Charlotte E. Dorn ...._000..3.70
Lot 28 Block 176 ............ E. W. Hathaway................... 3.19 :
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Florida's historic, commercial, industrial Lot 14 Block,. 369 ............ : Mrs. Charlotte E. Dorn ............3.70Dorn
and agricultural life. Lot 32 Block 176 ............ Frank H. Roach .................... 3.19 Lot 15 Block 369 ...........; -f 11: Mrs. Charlotte E. ...........3.70
Lot ,36 Block 176 ............ '. Ruth R. Beardsley ..............:. 3.70 Lot 16 Block 369 .... ...
this direct "" -- Mrs. Charlotte E. Dorn ..._.......3.70
convinced
I'm that con- Lot 6 Block 195 ............ Walter Jussell .............__......... 3.70 Lot 17 Block 369 .....:'...... "f ;J
Mrs. Charlotte E. Darn ............3.70Lot
tact with thousands of prospective Lot 10 Block 195 ............ Janet J. Stockbridge ............ 3.70 ',
Lot 24 Block 369 ............ .
L. M. Harding ...................... 3.70
tourists, home-seekers, and Investors Lot. 23 Block 195 ............ Chas. W. Keenan .................... 4.55 -- .
I Lot 25 Block 369 ............ : < "
-M,\ Guy Pearl .............................. 3.70
backed by interesting and impressive Lot 24 Block 195 ............ I J. W. Ezelle .......................... 4.04 Lot 26 Block 369............ .. : -- I
L. M. Harding ........................ 3.70:
exhibits is the most effect- Lot 4 Block 196 ............ .' Thomas B. Hall ...._............... 3.70 Lot 34 Block 369 ............ .
<; Elmer G. Case ........................ 3.70
ive and profitable form of advertis- Lot 5 Block 196 ............ ': Blanche Dean ........................ 3.70 S Lot 35 Block 369 .......... *.,. Elmer G. Case .... ..... 3.70
Lot 6 Block 196 ............ ,':. Maurice E. Vaslow ................ 3.70 ;:_ "" ""'"
ing the state has ever done. And I Lot 14 Block 370 .. ,
'"''000'' .', J. C. Vickery .......................... 3.19
Lot 7 Block 196 ...... Ella .. ................ 3.70 '
A. Hugent Lot 15 Block 370 ...........
know in the :
that a large measure ) J. C. Vickery......................... 2.85
Lot 8 Block 196 ......:::.:: \ Ella A. Hugent ..:.:................... 4.55 Lot 18 Block 370 ............ .::. ....: .... .
splendid tourist seasons we have experienced : Bertha A. Taylor .... .. ......... 2.85
the last three is Lot 18 Block 196 ............ Mrs. Mary G. Smith ................ 4.55 Lot 38 Block 370,............ ,,.: Ethyl I. Button .................... 3.70
years Lot 19 Block 196 ............ Mrs. Mary G. Smith ...m.......... 4.04 Lot 1 Block 371 ............ ,.. :' .
Mrs. T. B. Lord .. ................ 2.85 ,
largely the result of our exhibits at Lot 4 Block. 201 ............ \ i Claflin Garst .......................... 3.70 Lot 15 Block 372 ............ <' Cornelius Bodine 2.34
Chicago and New York. Lot 5 Block, 201 ............ ..... .:.... ..... .. "' "' '''''
S. C. Beraner .. 3.70 Lot 2 Block 374 ............ : '.: H. F. Conway .... ................. 2.00
During the time I have been here Lot 6 Block 201 ............ E. J. Malone .......................... 3.70 Lot 4 Block 374 ...........: Mrs. Mary Ellen Neu ..._........ 2.00

I've carefully gone over the clipping Lot 7 Block 201 ............ H. R. Hopkinson .................... 3.70 Lot 5 Block: 374 '...._....... ',. Mrs. Mary Ellen Neu .....__..... 2.00

files of George Clements and was Lot 9 Block 201 ........:... W. E: Votava ........................ 3.70 Lot 6 Block 374 ............ Mrs. Nary Ellen Neu .. ......... 2.00

truly amazed to note the immense Lot 11 Block 201 ............ M. B. Rothrock ....._.............. 3.7t Lot 7 Block 374 ............ \ Mrs. Mary Ellen Neu ..?.......... 2.00
Lot 20 Block 201 .....'...... ....._........ .....
L. Muir '
amount of publicity Florida has received Mrs. K. 3.70 Lot 10 Block 377 ......000... .' Mrs. Frank C. Deagon ........._.. 2.68

in the newspapers, trade Lot 34 Block 201 ............ M. Koenigsburg ..........._.......... 3.02 Lot 15 Block 377 ........... ..t. .:,. R. A. Lilley _.........................:. 3.36

journals and magazines of Ohio Lot 36 Block 201 ..........:. S. C. Beranek .......;................. 4.55 Lot 31 Block 377 000......... .:?'i"G.: C. Voss .........000..................... 2.00
and
Lot 1 Block 202 ..........._ George Heinz ...... ................. 4.55 Lot 32 Block 377 ............ .;/f',\ Mrs. Mary E. 'Moon __..........000.2.00
the Great Lakes area as a direct result Lot 4 Block 202 ............ Walter F. Carrie ,.................... 3.02 Lot 33 Block 377 .........m If.' Mrs. Mary E. Moon .....2.00A.

of our participation here. Wecouldn't Lot .5 Block 202 ............ L,. Walter F. Carrie .......-..__.........'. 3.02 Lot 34 Block 377 ............ V. Bristow............'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. 2.00

buy these front-page articles Lot 10 Block 202 ............ ./ Florence O'Meara .................. 3.70 Lot 17 Block 378 .......... Agnes Bitzner ..........:............. 7.10

and pictures, but we get these Lot ,11 Block 202 ............ ., Mrs. Frank C. Deacon ............ 3.70 \ Lot 18 Block 378 .............. :";.: ':,. Mary Hayes Davis ................ 27.50
breaks because our unique and Inter- Lot 12 Block 202 ....i---....... Mrs Frank f T Deacon UUnmm :3.70: Lot 19 Block 378 ............. : '
; W. R. :Hay' ..................._)......... 27.50
esting exhibit makes Florida I Lot 13 Block 202 .:...... James i.a'"i- l-- .......:::::::::::: 3.7 0 I Lot 2 Block 381 ............ .; S. Lillian Horlitz ........................ 2.00

"NEWS." I Lot '14 Block 202 ............ : Margie Conway..................... 3.70 I Lot 4 Block 381 ....... .... -:-; Otto H. Sehuler ................:... 2.31

Lot 1 Block 203 ............ A. Reinert .........................i.... 7.10 Lot 5 Block 381 .......::.... .... .. S. M. Paulson ............."..............2.34

Lot 2 Block 203 ............ J. P. Grieves ........................ 4.55 Lot 10 Block 383 ............ Mrs. _Dora Gimpel ......_ 2.00
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I Lot 3 Block 203 ............ Dora Girapel ............................. 4.55 Lot 11 Block 383 ............ ,: C. E. Stedman ..:..................... 2.00

I Lot 4 Block 203 .............. ', B. A. Doerk ...,........................ 4.55 Lot 22 Block 383 ............ D. R. McEachron .................... 2.17

REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF Lot 6 Block 203 ..........- : Mrs. Emily Rickmeyer ......... .. 4.55 Lot 23 Block 383 ............ ",,/ D. R. McEachron .:.................. 2.17

\ THE FIRST BANK OF CLEW1S-II Lot 11 Block 203 ............ ...;-; F. W. Iverson .......000.............. 4.04 Lot 24 Block 383 ............ ". :;.:, W. S. Harvel ._........................ 2.68
TOX, AT CLEWISTON, IX THE Lot 12 Block 203 ......._... ;> Helen S. Sadtler ......__............ 4.04 Lot 13. Block 385 ............ : Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth &

STATE OF FLORIDA AT THE Lot 17 Block 203 ........ 1-' Crumbie Davis .........".............. 4.89 ,<"P'. Robert J. Olsen .......__....... 7.40
CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE Lot '18 Block 203 ............ Julia Sharkey....................... 4.04 1 Lot 14 Block 385 .....'...... '1;;1-::r Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth & xv .

1936. Lot ,19 Block 203 ............ ., Mary: King .............................. 4.04Lot : > ",'.* ': Robert J. Olson "'. '. 7.40

RESOURCES 80'j "''20 Block 203 ............ / Ella Kane ............m................. 4.04 Lot 15 Block 385 ...........:. .;-:%'.: Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth 000"00'.S: '

Loans and. Discounts ....$ Lot 22 Block 203 ............ Laura A. Logan .................... 4.0-1 ,1.-: :T ', Robert J. Olsen .... .............. 7.40
United States Govern- Lot 26 Block 203 ............ Joseph W. Smith ............m..:.. 4.04 Lot 16 Block 385 ............ '( .': r Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth= /

ment Obligations Lot 1 Block 204 ...........: Emily Rickmeyer .................... 3.70 .\..1: \, Robert J. Olsen ... ........,.... 7.40

Direct and Lot 2 Block 204 ............ Emily Rickmeyer .................... 3.02 Lot. 17 .Block 385 ............ ;, .:,. Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth .&

Guaranteed. ... ....Fully......., Lot 3 Block 204 ............ 'f' : Mrs. Grace E. Coffee .............. 3.02 ",:' .- Robert J. Olsen ... ............ 21.00

County and Municipal" 68,900.00 Lot 4 Block 204 ............ Mrs. H. A. Rosenthal........... 3.70 Lots 1 & 2 Block 389.... i '-.,- C. E. Miner ......._....... '........... 12.20;

Bonds ...... .. Lot 5 Block 204 ............ : C. A. Pretzal ........................:... 3.70 Lot 2 Block 396 ........:... "::'.;." Jessie L. Kuderling ."..""'00"'". 1.66

Banking House""' "," Furniture .m. 20,000.00 Lot 8 Block 204 ............ Anna E. Anderson ................ 5.40 Lot 15 Block 403 ............ :... W. 'E. Chenet .........._............. 2.00

and Fixtures..-. Lot 11 Block 204 ............ :? Miss Bessie Reardon ............ 3.70 Lot 11 Block 405 00""""" ,l : K. B. Watkins _........................ 3.70

Other Real Estate Owned 6055.85 Lot 13 Block 204 ............ .' j. Edwin G. Boon ...................;.... 3.70 Lot 4 Block 411 ............ :,'; L. E. Ecklund ......................__ 2.34

..............................- 7,649.10 Lot 2 Block 207 ............ ;_ Lillian H. Wright .................... 3.36 Lot 5 Block 411 ............ ..: ., A. G. Farnquist ...........>...... 2.34

Cash on Hand and Due Lot 3 Block 207 ............ : Charles W. Wright ..............;. 3.36 Lot 6 Block 411. ............. .. L. L. Lynn ...._....................... 2.34

from Banks .... Lot 4 Block 207 ............ .'.., Mrs. Minnie J. Starice ............ 3.36 Lot 24 Block 411 ............ \;.' : Georgia G. Kuhlman _............. 2.00

"""' "169,239.04 Lot 6 Block 207 ............ Helen M. Hathaway- ................ 3.36. Lot 1 Block 412 ............ ..
TOTAL .. ... Lot 7 Block 207 ............ George M. Garber .................. 3.36 Lot 4 Block 412 ............ -.,:i". .. Joseph W., Smith.................... 2.00
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38,107.67
""' """ '000. I Lot 11 Block 207 ............ A. B. Farnquist .................... 3.36 Lot 11 Block 412 ............ A. J. Wilders .............000.......... 2.00

LIABILITIES Lot 13 Block 207 ..........:. Francis D. Nixeman, Trustee 3.70 Lot 12 Block 412 ............ .$"'*''' A. J. Wilders .......................... 2.00

Capital Stock Paid in, 1 Lot 19 Block 207 ............ Amelia M. Hall ........................ 3.02 Lots 15, 16, Block 412 .... ,"; J. B. Siegler ...._................... 22.40

Common ..........000.......$ 15,000.00 I Lot 20 Block 207 .......... '" James F. Carroll ................... 3.02 Lot 21 Block 412 ............ W. G. Ames .._..._..................... 3.70

Surplus Fund. ."'''........-'.' 20,000.00 Lot 22 Block 207 ............ Marie Pavlik .......................... 3.02 Lots 26, 27, Block 412 .... .' Mabel Francis __...................... 3.70

Undivided Profits (Less Lot 23 Block 207 .......).... ..'.\ Marie Pavlik .......................... 4.38 Lots 1, 2, Block 414 ;....... :" :: Wells-Royal ,Lumber Co. ......... 30.90

Expenses and Taxes Lot 1 Block 208 ............ R. H. Isaacs ............................ 4.38 Lot 40 Block 415 ............ ..,5>: L. M. Harding .................__..... 2.34

Paid) .....-.m..... 5,001.78 Lot 2 Block 208 ..;......... :, R. H. Isaacs ...m..m......... 3.02 Lot 21 Block 417 .........:_. $. '-.' Ida L. 'Curtis ............................ 3.02

Reserve Fund, Contingencies Lot 3 Block 208 ............ W. A. Isaacs ................m....... .30 Lot 22 Block 417 ............ ,.. Ida L. Curtis _.............._............ 3.02

.........:.............. 11,568.94 Lot 4 Block 208 ............ W. A. Isaacs ........m............... .30 Lots 8, 9, Block 418 .... F. J. Laird .......................... 3.36

.. Deposits: Lot 5" Block 208 ............ W. P. Didlake ........................ .30 Lot 19 Block 422 ..:......... .' Hollis Lanier ...:....000_.............. 3.02

Individu a 1 Lot 6 Block 208 ............ '. j- \ W. P. Didlake ........................ 2.34 Lot 20 Block 422 ..........._ ;-j: Hollis Lanier .......................... 3.02

" Depos i t'! s I I. Lot 7 Block 208 ............ '..:,,: Lawson Payne ....................;... 2.34 Lot 21 Block 422 ............ 't-! Hollis. Lanier .......................... 3.02

Subject to I Lot 8 Block 208 ............ M. Huie ....000........................... 2.34 Lot 22 Block 422 ............ ids! /; Hollis Lanier .....m..m..... 3.02

Check ......$203,097.06 Lot 9 Block 208 ............ : ..;'. J. W. Huie ........._.................. 2.34 Lot 23 Block 422 ............ "..", Hollis Lanier .......................... '3.02

State, County 1 Lot 10 Block 208 ............ :.. J. W. Huie .......... ................. 2.34 Lot 24 Block 422 ............ Hollis Lanier .......................... 3.02

and Mu- ., Lot 11 Block 208 "'.000000'.. John C.. McCoy..................... 2.34 Lot 27 Block 422 ...........: : Elmer G. Case ......................... 3.02

nicipal De- Lot 24 Block 208 ............ ,' : H. F. Bycroft ......................... 3.02 Lot 28 Block 422 ............ .;. Elmer G. Case ........................ 3.70

' posits ....'. 82,654.88 I Lot 25 Block 208 ............ (1. Emma Willard ......m....... ..... 3.02 Lot 1 Block 423 ............ ". ..\. Adolph Tishler ........................ 3.70

;. Time Certi- ,. Lot 26 Block 208 ............ : ). '- Emma Willard ........................ 3.02 Lot 23 Block 423 ..__........ : >. Frank A. Cleland ................._.. 3.02

fi ates of I I Lot 28 Block 208 ............ Miss Caroline Pajlik .............. 3.02 Lot 24 Block 423 ........:... ";-.t, Frank A. Cleland _..:................ 3.02

:: Deposit 57.00 Lot 29 Block 208 ..........:. Miss Caroline Pajlik ............n 3.02 Lot 25 Block 423 ........ -.k' Bert Powell ............................ 3.02

i G, Cashier! "s Lot 27 Block 354 .......... ';.: Mrs. H. S. Sadler ...J.........'....... 3.02 Lot 26 Block 423 ........ :.'; '.- Bert Powell ............................ 3.02

.' Checks ....... 728.01. Lot 28 Block 354 ...........: "}: Mrs. H. S. Sadler ...... ............. 3.02 Lot 27 Block 423 ............ ). .H. R. Hopkinson ;...............000. 3.02

L-: 286536.95 Lot 29 Block 354 ......,...., .. Alice Grothrock ...................... 3.02 Lot 28 Block 423 ............ .' -:,s .' Elmer G. Case .........m. .......... 3.02

' Lot 30 Block 354 ...;.:.....- ; '\ Mrs. H. S. Sadler ........:........... 3.02 Lot 29 Block 423 ............. -,\-V, Elmer G. Case ........................ 3.02

,: TOTAL .........._...........$3 3 8,107..67 Lot 31 Block 354 :m.._..... Mrs. H. S. Sadler .................... 3.02 Lot 44 Block 423 ............ .-; :t:. Mrs. A. M. Jones ..---............... 3.70

';/";. U. S. Government and other Securi- Lot 33 Block 354 .....:...... J. K. Baker ............................ 44.50 Lot 35 Block 446 .....00_..., Jordan Eilers; .............__......... 3.70

/ ties carried at.$57,500. are pledged Lot 1 Block 355, ............ John S. Banks ........................ 3.02 Lot 36 Block 446 ............ '*'' Jordan Eilers ..._........__........... 4.55

to secure Public Deposits and for Lot 17 Block 355 ..........:.. Mary A. Cronin .................... 2.68 Lot 13 Block .448 -............. ; *r Mamie H. Blacksmith "'.......'.. 2.85

-. other purposes as required or per- Lot 22 Block 355 ............, J. Woodyard Sutpnan ............ 3.02 Lot 10 Block 453 ............ .' : : ..;,: Lilyan S. Cook. ..........._._........: 3.70

*; mitted by law. Lot 23 Block 355 ............ I Olaf Olsen ...............:................ 3.02 Lot 11 Block 453 .""....". :.y:*.' Lilyan S. Cook ..........._.._._....... 3.70

r "t STATE OF FLORIDA, COUNTY OF Lot 28 Block 355 ............ Mrs. H. J. Warner ................ 3.02 Lot 12 Block 453 ........__.. ,,:\,< Lilyan S. Cook ........___............. 3.70

i,: HENDRY, SS: Lot 44 Block 355 ..,........ Mary Zimmerman .................. 2.68 Lot 13 Block 453 ............ ",. .V>. Lilyan S. Cook ........................ 3.70

'. I,- Elbert L. Stewart Cashier of Lot 25 Block 356 ......000..: H. Burk ............000................... 3.02 Lot 14 Block 453 ............ ::;'... Lilyan S. Cook ..................._.... 3.70

u-\ above-named Bank do solemnly Lot 26 Block 356 ............ H. Burk .................................. 3.02 Lot 15 Block 453 ............ ..Jjj,:.*: Lilyan S. Cook ........................ 3.70

swear that the above statement Lot 28 Block 356 ....:....... Julia L. Sharkey................... 3.02 Lot 33 Block 453 ....''''''.. : H. L. Gramstadt .................... 3.70

is true to the best of my knowledgeand Lot 39 Block 356 ............ Elmer G. Case ........................ 3.02 Lot 9 Block 495 ....*....... :..: t Robert Espie Jr. ...............:.... 2.34

belief, and that it is in response Lot 40 Block 356 ............ Elmer G. Case ........................ 3.02 Lot 10 Block 495 ............ '','.. Mrs. M L. Portteus ....._..... 2.34

to official notice to report by the Lot 41 Block 356 ............ Elmer G. Case ...................... 3.02 .Lot 12 Block 195 ............ '_.".b. _Henry f Annie Payette "'..'''. 3.02

Comptroller of the State of Florida. Lot 9 Block 357 ............ Alice -A. Xfenge? ........................ 3.02.i Lot 13 Block) 405 ...h.....:. ;' henry f. Annie Payette ........ 3.02

f ELBERT L. STEWART Lot 22 Block 357 ............ Helen S. Sadler .................... 4.55 :Lot 14 Block 495 ............ .,,.. Claude L. Becket .................... 3.02

P. Cashier. \ Lot 3 Block 358 ........:... O. H. Schuler ........................ 3.02 Lot 15 Block 495 ....._...... :'..,' Annie L. Marshall ................,' 3.02 l

; CORRECT-ATTEST Lot 4 Block 358'' ............ ,Marjorie L. Durgin .............._. 3.02 Lot 16 Block 495 _........... ':; Tillie Pavlik .......................... 2.34

C. L. DOWNS, Lot 5 Block 358, ............ David R.; Larsen ........._:......... 3.02 Lot 9 Block 498 ............ : Mary C. Sims ......................... 2.00

C. V. PARKINSON, I Lot 15 Block 358 ............ Mrs. E. A. Schult ................. 7.10 Lot 10 Block 498 _000....,.,, G. W. Puquay _....................... 2.00

X. JOHN S. COTTRELL I Lot 16 Block 358 ...........: Mrs. E. A. Schult ................ 7.10 J Lot 12 Block 498 ............ Mrs Marjorie Conway........... 2.00

Dhectors. Lot 17 Block 358 ............ Mrs. E. A. Schult .................... 17.30 J Lot 14 Block 498 ............ Mrs. :Marjorie Conway............ 2.00

i,,, Subscribed and sworn to before Lot 21 Block 358 ............ Anna J. Kuhlman ..............? 3.70 [f J Lot 15 Block 498 ..........._ Edith Taylor .......................... 2.00

me ,this 9th day of July, 1936. 'Lot 22 Block 358 ............ Anna J. Kuhlman ................ 3.87/1 ]Lots 24, 25, Block 80 .... Thomas G. Darnell _..._............ 2.68

(SEAL)' J. M. Lot 23 Block 358' ............ L. M. Harding ........................ 4.55 ]Lot[ 7 Block 505 ............ Mrs. L. O. Iloldsworth' ............ 1.15

COUSE, Lot 25 Block 358 ............ Edith A. Becker ..:................. 3.70 ]Lot[ 14 Block 505 ............ Mrs. E. C. Norton Dav"';on .... 1.15
k. > Florida Notary Public, State of Lot 29 Block 358 ............ Marjorie L. Durgin ................ 3.70 Emery Fluckinger & Marie

;::; '. ; at Large. My Commission Lot 41 Block. 358 ............ Henry J. Stephens ................ '3.02 [ 7 Block 544 ............ Reindels-BxCher ._....__.......... 1.45

: 1938. Expires April .13, Lot 42. Block 358 ............ .. Henry J. Stephen ................ 3.02 Lot 4 Block 550 .........._ W. T. Frit, ............................ 1.16Fruit

4 Lot 43 Block 358 ..:......... Hilda Toenberg ...................... 3.02 Growers Express ........ 1.32 ,





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