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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: August 7, 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, NUMBER 30 CLEWISYOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1930 SUBSCRIPTION $U.OO YEAR t

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,SCHOOL BOARD MET I LOCAL DELEGATION.1 Two Names On Ballot. ; County Commissioners : \



MONDA NIGHT I IN ATTENDS KIWANIS For Special Primary I Decide V To Pay Costs ofSenatorial '


REGULAR SESSIONThe MEET IN FT. MYERS I The final list of candidates sent V
by Secretary of State R. A. Gray

I to the counties to be printed on the I Primary

-- ballots for the special senatorial
county school board held The Fort TMyers Kiwanis Club
primary next Tuesday, August 11, I
their regular August meeting Mon were hosts to the clubs from Area II II 0
contained only two names, those of I
day night in LaBelle with all mem- dia, Punta Gorda and Clewiston ian I II Election Officials To Be
: former governor Doyle E. Carlton Dredge Moves Back
bers present: M. E. VonMach, of inter-city meeting Wednesday I j
and C. O. Andrews of Orlando.
Clewiston Drew Hampton, of La- night and Clewiston's delegation I
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Paid At Same Rate -
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The third candidate for the unex- To Complete WorkMacWilliams'
Belle and Jim Maddox of Felda. S. was by far the largest of the visiting
t pired term of the late Senator Park
A. Graves, secretary and L. O. groups. The meeting was held at the
As In PastThe
Trammell, Robert J. Boone, was e-
Gravely, attorney were also present. Gondola Inn.
liminated from thecontest becauseof big steam dragline
The matter of principal for the Following a short talk by Lieut.- his failure to file his expense account -i( finished widening and deepening I

Felda school was taken up after be- Gov. J ck'Holst asking the Kiwanians -, before the date set as a dead Three-Mile canal from Moore Haven board of county commissioners --

ing tabled at the last meeting and to bear in mind the theme of 1 line. Attorney Cary D. Landis made I IJ to Lake Hicpochee Saturday and I of Hendry county at their reg-

,II the recommendation of the board Kiwanis ,this year, energetic citizen-J this ruling and Boone told the press: Monday was loaded on a barge and ular monthly meeting last Tuesday

:'f+ of trustees of the Felda district was ship, a Fort Myers boy entertainedwith he would "mandamus 'em" to force j brought back to Moore Haven to finish -'! decided that they would not follow .

' :' rejected and board'' proceeded on the several numbers' on the mar-I his name to be printed on the bal-I I the last gap in the canal, a few\j the lead of many other Florida

,, motion of Mr. VonMach to appointa imba-xylophone. A Clewiston quar- lots. The Supreme Court however,I I hundred feet just south of the !I I I counties and ask for volunteer officials j'

principal, R. A, Maddox, lastyear's tette composed of Mrs. G. J. Potter, upheld Mr. Landis' decision. highway bridge. Work was started to serve at the polls in the ,
Mrs F. II. Moltz, J. E. Beardsley and '
principal being given the po- Claude Pepper, Tallahassee, is un- Tuesday and is expected to be com- special senatorial primaary next
sition. The board felt that the trus- Larry Knapp drew a big round of Tuesday but would pay all costs as \j
G| opposed as the candidate for the un- pleted in a week or ten' days. Spa- .
tees had advanced no good reason applause with their rendition of expired term of the late Senator daro's work of widening the canal in any other election. The per diem

why Mr. Maddox's application for "The Heavens Resound" and the Duncan U. Fletcher and becomes the where they removed old lock No. rate for officials will not be cut, the ':.f

the position had been rejected by entire Clewiston ,delegation sang Democratic nominee without the ne- 1 is about completed so within a same rate paid in the past to apply. .'!

them. two Kiwanis songs. cessity of having his name placed on very short time this portion of the Another meeting will be held the
After the meeting the large num-
The board approved the purchaseof the ticket. improved Caloosahatchee waterway last of the week to prepare the ballot
ber of the Clewiston crowd went to
138 seats for the LaBelle school The fact that there are only two will be complete.The boxes and distribute them to the
the country club and danced for sev-
; auditorium from F. Watts Hall. candidates to be voted upon will floating dredge which the polling places in the county's five
eral hours. Those attending from
Contracts for bus drivers were eliminate the necessity for a special MacWilliams Company is operatingin precincts. The ballots were printed
Clewiston were: Dr. O. F. Schiffli,
not awarded and action on the mat- primary. Lake Hicpochee has been slowed this week and all is 'in readiness for
Capt. G. E. Linkswiler, Dr. and
ter was tabled until a ,special meet- I down ,considerably because of the Hendry county voters to express
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. G. J. Potter -
ing to be held on August 17. No action Dr. Dame Gives Last great amount of rock encountered their preference for the Democratic
L. W. Knapp, Mr. and Mrs.
was taken at the time, eitheron J.I I'and ,will have to make one more trip I nomination for United States Sena-
E. Beardsley, Miss Marion 'Leydig,
the purchase of, new buses for across the lake to remove any shoals tor.
Mrs. F. H. Moltz, Mr. and Mrs. A. Diptheria Toxoids ,
LaBelle and Felda.Considerable which will be found when the, canalis Mrs. Clyde Conquest, district W.
W. Lawrence, Miss Dorothy June
time was spent in a York, Gideon Brown, Mr. and Mrs.A. I II drug by engineers. A small yard- P. A. nursing supervisor appeared

discussion of a refinancing plan for O. Ward, Mr. and Mrs B. E. Her- Dr. L. H. Dame State Board of age remains to be taken out where before the board and outlined a plan

the school bonded indebtedness. The! ring, J. F. Tippey, I. M. Pafford, I II I Health district health officer was!( the Marion finished work and the for securing a WPA nurse to divide

school board'has an outstanding I A. A. Munroe, Mrs. C. E. Nail and here Wednesday: morning for the J floating plant will do this when it time between Glades and Hendry

bonded indebtedness of approximately 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hall. last time for the immunization of I returns to this end of the Lake county, the cost to each county be-

$125,000 and plans are being -I Clewiston- children from diptheria.i;:channel. : ing eighteen dollars a month. It was

drawn up whereby the time for About sixty of the toxoids were given rdesided that the board would pay
Candidate For Senator
paying the principal will be delayed to children and adults during th'e 1 ICarlton Not Disturbed 'Hendry. county's half of the money to

several years; and the interest! two visits Dr., Dame made on ;:secure the nurse's services.
Visits Here This WeekJudge
rate will be reduced. Some of the I cessive Wednesdays.On sue-I By Townsend MeetingTampa The board will meet again on

bonds are already in default. his first visit here a week ago: August 21 to act as a board of:

The greater number of the bondsare I C. O. Andrews, of Orlando, last Wednesday Dr. Dame gave 29'' equalization, and to accept the as-

held by the Woodman's Circle who will oppose former Governor toxoids and 19 Schick tests to de-j Aug. 6 (FNS).-Approaching sessment roll drawn up by the coun-

of Fort Myers and although a plan Doyle Carlton for U. S. Senator in termine whether or not the subjectwas the close of his primary ty tax assessor. At that time the

was introduced for refunding last] next Tuesday's primary visited here susceptible to the disease.* Of campaign for election to the United budget for the new fiscal year will

0 ;year no action was taken because no twice this week Wednesday and the nineteen tests given, seven show-!:' States Senate, former Governor probably be drawn up. A cut in mill- ...

saving vyas shown in the plan for Friday morning. He was headed, for ed positive reaction and were given: age is anticipated for. this coming, ,:;: .:;
the school board. The plan this yearis Tampa today and expected to be the toxoid this veek. Twenty new', Doyle ,Carlton:.today issued the following year.; _' ,

there tonight. toxoids were given to children Wed-! statement when questioned
said to produce a saving of approximately The attention of the board was
: $25,000 in lower inter- 'I Judge Andrews has a number of nesday and ten 'more Schick tests. I' concerning recent, campaign devel- called to the condition of the roofon

est rates over a period of twentytwo personal friends in Clewiston and Should the Schick tests' given' opments: the court house especially on the
years. Cost of issuing new bonds I'was enthusiastic over his chances of show a positive reaction it will bed!: "I am not disturbed by the actionof votedto
east end by the tower. It was
will be approximately $2,500. Action I 1 suc/ess in Tuesday's primary. He I necessary to have your local doctor ; the Townsend convention at authorize Deputy Sheriff H. H.

is expected to be taken at the special ,I told of the editorials in several I II administer the toxoid as Dr. Dame Lakeland, for I am aware of the McCall to supervise the work and

meeting later in the month. South Florida dailies suggestingthat I I will not return. 1 J JI fact that the people interested in purchase the necessary material.The .
I he withdraw from the race as During his visits here the health the movement are looking tome for
a matter of economy to the state and'! officer was assisted by Mrs. F. 1\1.1! assistance. As individuals they will action of the clerk in. secur-

New Bridge UnderConstruction said that, such a thing was foolish. Wright, president of the Garden do their own thinking and exercise ing a safety deposit box in a Fort

I He told of many of the policies Club, Mrs. R. T. Mitchell l, president! their own choice. Myers bank: was approved. This is

Here which he favors and pointed to one of the Clewiston P.-T. A. and Mrs. )'I "As I have stated frequently here- to be opened in the presence of and the

as being particularly adapted to O. ,H. Roberts, a trained nurse. The torfore, I'recognize the wisdom and clerk or chairman of the board

A new bridge across the Clewis Clewiston and the lake section: that clinic was held at the schoolhouse. I justice of substantial provision for one other commissioner.

ton Drainage District's main pump]1 he will fight for a protective tariff I the aged, with relief to the unem- Reports of different officers were

ditch on Francisco Street is under for Florida's fruit and vegetable; Pepper Continues GoodWill ployed, and opportunities for youth. read and approved.

construction this week and will I I growers and will work and fight for j' Such a program will have .my hearty Report of M. F. Yeomans inspector -

probably be completed in a short the advancement and growth of the I' Tour Of State cooperation: and support." of marks and brands, accepted.

time. sugar industry A communication was received
Tentative plans for closing the
The old bridge, which because of I
Carlton post-primary campaign will from Wi A. Jones giving a vivid
weakened abutments, was closed Last Of Welatka Tallahassee, Aug. 6 (FNS) .-In probably bring the governor on the and forceful account of the condi-

during the high water in June as I l i I spite of the fact that lie is unopposed air in several broadcasts, accordingto tion of the road between the high-
a safety measure, has been torn out
Equipment LeavingThree nominee of the Democratic party information issued by his Tampa way and Four-Way station, and ask-
completely and a new bridge, from] ,, for the unexpired term of the late campaign hca'dquarters. A general ing the commissioners to take some

piling to floor, will take its place. I (Duncan U. Fletcher, Claude Pepper tightening of plans and activities in action in the matter. As the roadis
W. C. Owen, city engineer who is barges, loaded with shore'
is continuing his good-will tour of Carlton-for-Senate clubs and organizations -I part of No. 164 the board took the
supervising the work states that the pipe and miscellaneous equipment!
I
advisement.
Florida. the state matter under
throughout ,
left here last by the dredge We '
,!.J handrails of the old bridge are in year
"I feel "that this I promise a maximum of constructive
good condition and may be used on latka when she was taken to Jacksonville -j said Pepper,
:Sis the-best meet the campaign progress throughout the Club Holds
the new bridge. were scheduled to leave today way for me to Garden

I The new structure will have a towed by a U. S. Engineer tug. 'J'! people and to study the needs and field, says George Burr, Carltoncampaign'

roadway of twenty feet with 'a four It is understood that the conditions in each community. I manager. Meeting On TuesdayMrs.

foot walkway on the east end. It is ment will be taken from equiP-I'I will then be equipped represent

expected to be capable of sustaining Jacksonville and will follow all sections and all the people of Standard Oil Co. Making Wright,
io Florida whenI F. M. president of
a weight of twenty tons. latka its next location, at I fairly and Impartially
!I r last renort was to hA thp. Savannah I go Washington.. I intend to cov- Improvements to StationThe the Garden Club, cal/sd a meetingof

division for work i-; the Savannah I er the entire state between, now and that organization Tuesday after-
Pinellas County Fair To River. November." noon for the purpose of laying plans

,_ Standard Oil Company hash for the beautification of the Harlem
I Last week Pepper held open meet-
Be Held January 12.16 News Carries County ings at Daytona Beach, Sanford, Or- d a crew of men at work this school grounds, which work has

i lando, Tampa Tarpon Springs, week making some additions to the been undertaken by the club. The

Clearwater, Aug. 6 (FNS- I Delinquent Tax List Clearwater and St. Petersburg. He Sugarland Service Station which will called meeting will take the placeof

January 12-16 was set aside this i was guest speaker at the 60th not only add to the appearance of the regular August. meeting which
the station but will also enable'them was scheduled to have been held
celebration at
week as the date for the 1937 Pine- I versary : }
This week's issue carries the list Beach and at numerous civic annl-j to give more efficient service.G. later in the month.
lias County Fair to be held at Largo,
i1 according to county farm agent William of delinquent taxes for Hendry county activities and public dinners E. Etherton, manager of the Definite plans were made for
Gomme. which advertisement will be repeated ed by friends in the sections visited. Sugailaud Station recently took over planting and obtaining shrubbery

in each issue until the sale the retail sale of Standard Oil with chairmen appointed for the var-
These dates were chosen, says Mr. Claude Pepper's candidacy has
which will be held by the tax collector members
Various
Gomme, to fit in with the general been signally marked by the facultyof products and is now the leading ious committees.
fair circuit of exhibitors, carnival I at LaBelle on the September making and holding friends. Boy- dealer in these, products in the city. volunteered to supervise the workon
i rule day, the seventh of the month. week. The
next
companies and concessionairres who hood chums in Camp Hill, Alabama, New concrete driveways have been different days
Only the delinquent state and WPA laborers.It .
open their Florida circuit with the j have invited him to come back home built extending west from the sta- work will be done by
county taxes are listed in the News
Florida Fair in Tampa which opens for a big rally and celebration in his tion to the highway and a new can- is planned to plant a Turku's
with advertising costs added to the
,( I January 26. honor Even in boyhood, say his opy is being erected today.just westof cap hedge along the two sides and
', II amount of
taxes. The Hendry County -
: At a dinner given recently by the townsmen, he had the vision of his the one now in use. Three more back of the plot. Ixora and red hi-
News at LaBelle will the
Southeastern Fair Managers' Association -' carry ambition one day to serve in the tanks will be installed and when biscus will be used for the majorityof
list of delinquencies in the Caloosa-
Mr. Gomme states that he United States Senate and they preT complete there will be three new the base planting around the
, II hatchee Improvement District. dicfed for him' a long and useful career electric gasoline pumps in additionto building while several poincianatrees

optimistic Ii SON for his adopted state of Florida the two auxiliary hand pumps I and later several oaks will be
HORN
t season's sectional exhibitions. I and the nation."I which will remain for use when I planted for shade in the lawn.

r 1 I: Plans are also under way for the I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. King an- am trying to clean up business power is cut off. The hostess served limeade and '

annual three-day farmers' and home-; nounce the birth of a son on August matters requiring my attention," wafers to Mrs. W.. C. Owen, Mrs.G. .

makers' school to be held at the I! 2 at Lake Worth The young manI said: Mr. Pepper in explaining his Inability B. Rackstraw, Mrs. R. T. Mitchell -

fairgrounds here some time in Sep-I I weighed eight pounds and ten ounces to accept many invitations, lahassee. But I shall devote all possible -; Mrs. Fred I. Hill, Mrs. Leah

tember of October, stated Mr. Gom-, and has been named ArthurI "and I am therefore obliged to,' : time to a study of the l picer, Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Mrs.

, me. I I Wayne. spend some time at my office in Tal- "and its needs." 4 stat1 1'W. F. Simpson, > .






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THE CLE\VISTON NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1936




News Current --------
BRISBANETHIS Review of IMPROVED------

UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL


WEEKParis Events the World Over 4st a SUNDAY LessonBy Ie /




: Of Many Newspapers LittleSm REV. nAROLT L. LUNDQUIST.
Dean of the Moody Bible Institute
Surprise for Karl Marx Governor Landon Accepts Republican Presidential Nom Western of Newspaper Chicago. Union.

Mr. Eden Was Tired Out ination-Organized Labor Schism Widens-


A Big SomersaultThis Spain Torn by Bloody Civil War. l.ee Lesson for August 9

world is really no bigger,'

now, than the palm of your hand;; SAUL CONVERTED AND COMMISSIONED .

wherever you By EDWARD W. PICKARD

are, news comes e Western Newspaper Union.
TRADING JOBS LESSON TEXT-Acts 9:1.9: .17.19; I Tim-
pouring in a othy 11214.
ALF. M. LANDON now Roosevelt a "great betrayer and
Pullman car on GOV. The GOLDEN TEXT-I was not disobedientunto
the Mohave des- officially that he is the liar," has realized the improprietyof navigator and the chief engineer the heavenly vision.-Acts 26:19.

ert has the "Examiner" Republican nominee for President his language. He has publishedan had an argument as to''who PRIMARY TOPIC-Saul Becomes Jesus'
was the
most Friend.
of the United open letter to the President indispensable in op-
; flying' erating the JUNIOR TOPIC-On the Road to Da-
> ship; whereupon the
across, the .Le Sta es. Before more offering his "sincere apology. The mascus.
d brothers than 100,000 of his priest also ,says: navigator agreed to take a try INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC

van to the air- fellow citizens he "As my President I still respectyou. at the ,engineer officer's job and -Appointed for Service.
hurry the engineer officer agreed to take YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT' TOPIC
the south As a fellow citizen 'and as
field at Wichita c> stood at a the bridge. -After Conversion. What?
with the latest entrance, of the man I still regard you highly, but

"Beacon" andon Kansas capitol in as an executive, despite your ex After about half an hour's run- The conversion of Saul of Tarsusis

the ocean; a :':ys siSY: Topeka and received cellency's fine intentions, I deem it ning, the ship stopped,and the navigator on of the outstanding events of
the formal best for the welfare of our com- crawled out of the engine- Bible history. It presents one of

newspaper dav appears : notification from mon country that you be supplanted room hatch. His clothing was wet the strongest evidences of the truthof

the radio every feeds Congressman Snellof in office." from perspiration, and his features the Christian faith, for only on

Arthur Brisbane it; in Paris, ten New York, who Dispatches from Rome said Father were. covered with grease the ground of regeneration can we
times .. anent Coughlin's speech caused a and grime. account for the change in Saul's
as many newspapers as are wa per m
". published in New York tell you Gov. Landon chaIrman .of the "painful 'im ression" at the Vati- "It's no use," said the navigator. life, and only on the assurance that

anything you choose to believe, Cleveland convention. Around him can, and Bishop Gallagher, the "I can't seem to make the he met the Living and Risen Christcan

from editorials written by men who were grouped a thousand leaders priest's ecclesiastical superior, darned thing go again." we account for his conversion.As .

do not know that the royal and im- of the party and in front of him leaving for a visit to the Vatican, "Certainly not," said the chief our lesson opens we find the ..

perial French families died and were the throngs of his supporters intimated he might report on the engineer. "We're aground.-The brilliant, zealous, young Jew, Saul, .

were buried after the war of 1870 and admirers who had gathered incident. Shipmate. as:
I. A Bold Persecuter (9:1 2)).
who think ,
to fiery-eyed moderns from far and near to do him hon-
SEEMS at this time that noth- He was "yet breathing out threat-
Karl Marx and Len-
they can graft or and to witness the ceremonies.The IT KNOWS HIS TASTES
in on Jacques Bonhomme, the nominee's speech of accept- ing can prevent the great schismin ening and slaughter against the disciples -
the ranks of American organized of the Lord." The death of
. French peasant and produce a
the outright
. ance was pain spoken,
labor. John L. Lewis head of the the godly Stephen had 'only in-
French, Utopia, with a Russian accent kind of talk his hearers expected. ,
United Mine Workers and his fol- creased his determination to wipe
and a pair of high boots. divine to make ,
Asking guidance flit
lowers in the industrial union out those who were "of this way"-
, him the faith and confi-
worthy of movement determined to the followers of the One who is ,"the
are go
They do not know Bon- dence him he said
Jacques shown in : ".
ahead But as he carries letters
with their plans for the or- way.
' homme, who bought his land in the "This call, comtng to one whose
ganization of steel workers into a from the high priest to Damascus
revolution at bargain prices with I life has been that of the everyday
which would authorize him to im-.
mass union and now have. expanded -
I inflated assignats, and means to American, is proof of the freedomo i
them he
their prison meets the Christ
to
proposing un-
it do know the small- the program,
keep nor they opportunity which belongs to
ionize thus the employees of steel whom he persecutes and he becomes
sized who thinks "
French
bourgeois, under
people our government.
fabrication and processing plants. H. A Convicted Sinner (vv. 3-9).
F more of one four-cent franc than Here, briefly, is what Mr. Lan-
Moreover Stricken down by brilliant heav-
Lewis and his asso- a
r some of our governing geniuses of the
don had to on some
think of a billion 59-cent dollars. issues say ciates have declared they will not enly light, he finds himself talkingto
more vital :
; The Marx-Stalin-Lenin brotherhood appear before the executive coun- the Lord Jesus. He hears from

tj in America the does Recovery-"The record shows cil of the American Federation of his holy lips the solemn indictmentof
, by way, that these (New Deal) measures Labor Kid-Do those' who persecute God's
not understand the inside feelings to stand trial on chargesof you exchange goods that pea-

l of the U. S. A. citizen, with his did not fit together into any defi- "fomenting .insurrection," so it ain't wanted? ple-"Why persecutest thou me?"

J': bungalow, automobile, radio set, nite program of recovery. Manyof appears the council can do nothingbut Druggist-Certainly. We like to He, who lays unkind hands, or untrue -

-, washing machine and furniture, all them worked at 'crosspurposesand suspend the rebels and their please our customers. accusation upon God's children

"nearly for." defeated themselves. The nation unions, these constituting about one Kid-Well I've had best beware, ,for so closely is
paid fifteen cents'
got
has not made the durable prog- third of the federation's member- our Lord identified with his people
r Send HIM instead of bill for worth of castor oil here.
a we bought
ress, either in reform or recovery, ship. If this is done, the final de- I that when they suffer, it ,is he who
want to it
his last exchange for
installment the statement choco-
a
. that had the to bears
we right expect i cision as to expulsion of these un- late sundae.. the hurt.
"No more private property, and We must be freed from incessant ions will be made by the national In a single sentence the Lord disposes -

)::, see what he says and does. governmental intimidation and hos- convention in Tampa in November.The Playing in Luck of the, persecuting zeal and

tility. We must be freed from excessive members of the 'Committee Muriel-And the sinful skepticism of this proud

'.', You take your choice of dozens expenditures and crippling for Industrial Organization, the you're sure you'veread young Pharisee, and Saul enters a
through all the list of
of Paris daily newspapers; the wild taxation. We must be freed from Lewis assert the contem- sweep- into Damascus not as the haughty \
group, winners? -
... kind, that say anything and lose the effects of an arbitrary and uncertain plated proceedings of the council persecuter, but as a man trembling
Milicent-Every blessed
money; the tame kind, that say monetary policy and from are unwarranted by the constitutionof one. and astonished at his own sin. He

r-', nothing and make money:, but very private monopolistic control." the federation. Muriel-And you mean to say spends three days shut in with his

r---: little of it; the mummified kind, Relief-"Let me emphasize that we haven't even got a tiny conso- own soul and God, not seeing, not
lation
that still take "Madame La Marquise" prize? caring to eat, losing all consciousness -
while we propose to follow a policyof Fascists and royalists, Milicent-Not
seriously and think them- SPANISH even a teeny share
of but into
economy in government expendi- the leftist t earth entering com-
against in one.'
selves back in the of old
days munion with God. God's
By
tures those who need relief will grace
government were temporarily in Muriel-I
,
Madame De Deffand and Lord Bol- say, isn't it lucky Iidn't'
the old life is the rootsas
pulled by
get it. We will not take our econ- / up
control of most of the northern part but !
ingbroke.You any tickets-Stray Sto-
it is displaced by the new life in
omies out of the allotments to the of the country and ries Magazine.
r have also from
newspapers unemployed. We will take them y.Y Christ Jesus. And now God is readyto
were moving o n
all the Lilliput countries nearby-
send his servant Ananias to ad-
out of the hides of the' political
" Madrid from Burgosand Secured Good
English, Italian, German-and the Evidence dress Paul as
. ', news is in them, only you must exploiters. Segovia, threat- The magistrate fixed the police-
Brother 17-
III. A Converted (vv.
know how to extract it. They are Agriculture-"We shall establish ening to bomb the man with an inquiring eye.
effective soil conservation and ero- capital from the air 19).
queer little newspapers, and if that "And what caused you to think The fears of Ananias that Saul
be provincialism, make the mostof sion control policies in connectionwith if the governmentdid the prisoner was under the influence .
might still be a worker of evil (v.13),
national land and flood
it. a use not capitulate.In of drink?" he asked.
are soon overcome by' God's assur-
prevention program-and keep it Barcelona, capi- I
1. all out of politics. Our farmersare 5 tal of Catalonia, "Well, Your Honor, ,I found him ance that in the praying Saul he
; In London, for instance, LordRothermere's .in Trafalgar square throwing his had prepared for himself "a chosen
entitled to all of the home fierce fighting was
newspaper tells you walking-stick into a fountain and vessel" (v. 15) to bear the gospelto
market without injustice
they supply the
: can reported, and at
that Mr. Eden, British foreign sec- tb the consumer. We propose II request of theC. urging the lions on Nelson's Columnto the Gentiles and to kings, as'well

retary, has gone to "a secret destination" a policy that protects them in G. Bowers Washington-authorities : go }in and fetch it.-Stray Sto- as to the children of Israel. Let us
in the country for a ries Magazine. not fail to note carefully that the
w 'ek's rest.English this right We propose to pay a vessel of the American Export -
greatest of all Christian leaders,
cash benefits in order to cushionour line was hastening there to
; statesmen Absent-Minded the. Paul led out into
always go to apostle was
farm families against the disastrous Americans whose lives
"a secret destination," for reasons effects, of fluctuationsand evacuate Physician's Wife-Now,. my dear, his life of loyalty and service to
price Catalonia had de-
in
',, unknown to Mr. James Farley, who to protect their standard of were danger.the rebels. you must positively forget shop if: Christ by a humble layman. Re-

; relaxes at the ringside, or Presi- ", clared against you are going' into society with peatedly God's Word by precept and
: living. The rebels gained possession of
: dent Roosevelt, who 'rests fishing, example stresses the vital importance -
,:''. on a battleship, with fifty reporters 'Labor-"The right of labor to or- San Sebastian, near the French me.Her Hubby-What have I done? of personal work on the partof

ganize means to me the right of border, and the loyalists were saidto Physician's Wife and The lead- .
on another ship, nearby. -Why, you feel lay men women. .
employees to join any type of union be making a desperate attemptto l
You wonder that the pulse of every one who extends I ers of Christian work during the g
a man as youngas they prefer, whether it covers their recover that town. This is the a hand. in the
Eden should coming generation are now
stone at need a rest. Glad- plant, their craft or their industry. place where Claude G. Bowers, I Sunday School classes of our

nearly twice his age, was It means that, in the absence of a American ambassador, is' in sum- TO GET EVEN churches in little
talking in the Commons'' perhaps a way-
at four in
the morning-but Gladstones union contract, an employee has an mer residence, and as communi- side chapel in the country, in, the
are equal right to join a union or to cations were completely disrupted
'
few, Tim also.Rothermere's village church, in the mission or
Healys refuse to join a union." there was much anxiety in Wash- settlement house.

'S writer thinks Eden Constitution is not my be- ington as to Mr. Bowers' safety. Saul knew nothing bf that subtle

,: is all tired out after his Geneva lief that the Constitution is above Socialists, Communists and workers hypocrisy known as being "a secret
+
speech, telling just why England change. The people have the right, in large numbers were joiningthe believer," for at once he made open

lifted the Italian sanctions. It. was by the means they have prescribed, loyal ''troops for the defense of confession of his faith in baptism,

he who made a speech recently, to change their form of govern Madrid, and also helped in crush- n 7 r r \ Y i and "Straightway he preached

just as earnest and much louder, ment to fit their wishes But ing the rebellion in several towns, Christ in the synagogues that he is

telling why those sanctions must must and i according to the claims of the \ rI -
! change come by throughthe gov- the Son of God" (v. 20). He became
NEVER
be lifted. That was turn- ,J .
people and not by usurpation. :ernment.In 11I11 indeed

ing a big somersault. The Republican party, how- the south, where Gen. Fran- I \ IV. A Mighty Preacher (I Tim.

: ever, does not believe that the peo- cisco Franco commanded: the revolutionaries S(1} 'oI 'o- I 1:12-14).

,'' Eden told Baldwin what the doc- ple wish to abandon the Americanform there was almost con- I In this passage Paul is writing to

..... tor said, and Baldwin said, "By all of government." tinuous fighting, and in the engage- I I \ L y his son in the faith, Timothy, about s

< means, my boy, hurry off to a se- State Rights-"There has now appeared ments between rebel planes and thirty-four years after his conver-

cret destination," and Eden hur- in high places a new and Loyal warships some bombs and "Why is' your father so glad to sion. As he looks back over the

ried. In America, the businessmanwould dangerous impulse. This is the shells struck the Rock-'of Gibraltar get city boarders?" years he forgets the trials and sor-

say "Doctor, there are a few impulse to take away and lodge in ; and others fell close to a Brit- rows,. the beating with rods, the
things that I must settle first," the Chief Executive, without the ish destroyer. The latter fired "Well, yo' see, one of 'em sold shipwrecks, the bitter disappointment -

meaning, perhaps, his income tax. people's consent, the powers which warning shots and the acting gov- him"the empire building last win- over false brethren (Read II

He would hang on and on, and final- they have kept in their state gov- ernor of Gibraltar protested to ter. Cor. 11:23-28). He remembers only

I: ly go to a really secret destination, ernments or which they have reserved General Franco.THROUGH the matchless grace of God that

in the graveyard. in themselves. In its ulti- Not Tactful showed mercy toward a blasphemer ,.'
"Don't think
mate effect upon the welfare of the an executive order of you?" my new dressis and persecuter, and counted him; -

: S Driving through Normandy, from whole people, this is the most im- Roosevelt, all post- "exquisite 0; lovely! I think that dress faithful, appointing him with "his

Havre, where the ships land, would portant question now ,before us. mastership appointments in the future maker of yours could make a service."
interest American Shall we continue to delegate more Paul summarizes that which we
farmers, espe- are to be subject to civil service clothes prop look graceful!"-
cially and more power to the Chief Execu- to have been the life of
any whose lands are "worn examination. The order affects Stray Stories Magazine.At know great
out" after comparatively few yearsof tive or do we desire to preservethe 13,730 postmaster3hips of the first thti world's mightiest preacher by

cultivation. On lands in this partof American" form of govern- I second and third classes as :vacancies the Bank attributing it all in true humilityto

the world, wheat has been grown ment? i occur. Incumbents chosen foi Timid Soul-I would 'like to cash "the grace of our Lord" which

for three hundred years, and today reappointment must pass a noncompetitive this check, please. "abounded exceedingly with faith

yields better, bigger crops than FATHER COUGHLIN, the De- examination, as must Chashier '- What denomination, and love which is in Christ Jesus."
ever. troit "radio priest" who in a employees promoted to postmaster. madam? For to him "to live was Christ"Phi1.1:21)

6 King Features Syndicate. Inc. speech before the recent Townsendite In other cases the examinations Timid Soul-Oh, I belong to the ( .
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Democratic AristocratWe Practical Youth Is
A Veiled Figure
congratulate ourselves on
'" Sadly Misunderstood"We're
Q".tr' being a democratic people, but
-' > THE heart of man resem- any man is pleased by being told
:/" a secret chamber he is aristocratic. Why not? An having stew for dinner,"
wherein stands-like the blockof aristocrat can be democratic.A said the scoutmaster to the ten-
white unhewn marble set derfoot, "and I want you to run
life without affectior and
in the studio of a sculptor-a and fetch me a turnip from
sympathy could give only a very Farmer Brown's field." .
veiled the
figure. Though man
negative kind of happiness.It's .
may not so much as lift the "Do you want a fairly big
corner of the ,veil, yet he for- easier to love an enemy one?" asked the tenderfoot. ;
ever and in secret works to after you get the better of him. "Oh, pick one about the size of

fashion and form the figure Still Sounded Good your head," was the reply.

f{ :f + A a fl that lies beneath. One have occasionally The tenderfoot started for
may received -
And the figure is the Soul of extravagant praise from Brown's field. About twenty minutes i

::1:1L the man, and the unveiling some one, who he knows doesn't elapsed, then Brown cam :..,
: thereof is called death; and know what he is talking about. rushing into camp, greatly excited.

until the figure be unveiled, The more promises a man "Come quick with me!" he ;;
the man scarce knoweth what gasped. "One of your lads has
gives the fewer he keeps.
manner of man he is.-Coulson gone mad, and he's pulling up all
b Fetch on your snowy movies,
Kernahan. my turnips and trying his hat on
laid in Alaska of the
scenes top "
them. Tit-Bits Magazine.
Rockies and other frigid regions.It's .
hot
e. summer.

l n.ck )!'IdI' All They Know Of Tree 12,000 Years Old

Some men's confessions of Where most countries base

their defects never get any far- their claims for interest on his-

: < ther than telling of their rheuma- toric and pre-historic dead ;,

,f mp tism. things, Queensland, Australia,
People who suffer greatly from boasts of possessing the oldest

ff Perhaps It's PlatedA noise do well to sedulously culti- living thing in the world. It is a
f
vate an indifference to it. macrozamia tree about twenty
be born with silver -
man may a It takes patience to regulate feet in height' and ,estimated to
in his mouth and still
} e>a?.".,,, ..ny spoon people as well as to regulate a be more than 12,000 years old.
Y yKa> ; x. a. : '. make no stir in the world.If "
watch. In the Tamborine mountain
a ... reserve
.. ..bFi +waxam E rX ldwYc eonrrY6ad caaRaS /> i. rxrs ( :w H
w don't like the
pictureof
you Good-hearted boy friend is still there is a grove of macro- ,

1111 V Street Scene in Fez, Morocco. Mona Lisa or Wagner operaor waiting for his last friend to return 'zamia trees, the youngest of .

Milton's poetry you are not from vacation so he can which, only three feet in height,
I Prepared by the National Geographic Society. dens is guarded by eunuchs. There necessarily uncultured. Cultureis have his own suitcase for two is 3,000 years old. Accurate sci-
.
Washington. D. C \VNU ServiceIF the fair occupants of the harem a matter of knowing more weeks. entific data on the macrozamiatrees

i RABAT is the brain of ,Morocco may cast aside their veils and ugly than of liking.To Some people tell the truth to of Australia has been collected

I I Fez is its heart. Almost shrouding garments, and shine in rule one's anger is well; to shame the devil, others just to and established by the University
equidistant from the all the splendor of massive jewelry prevent it is better. make trouble. of Chicago.
Atlantic and the Mediterranean and the bright hues of silken

and nearly a hundred miles I dresses that Arab and Berber
from either is this storied city, still ladies wear.

the political and religious center of i Seated on the ground with their -

Morocco. backs against the walls of these O- : I bi

From a hillside one looks downn ,houses are beggars, singly or in
1S.
\ wonder and admiration, on the groups, mostly blind. :::

tree shaded valley in which lies Here three men squat side by

once-turbulent, always-exotic, now- side, companions in misery. Theyare
peaceful Fez. It is a chessboard, silent, their chins on their

checkered in countless tiny squares chests. In a sudden movement
which are the flat roofs of its myriad the: three heads are lifted simul-

houses, the edge of the board taneously, the haggard faces and : 1011019 '

being the lofty city walls. sightless eyes upturned, three _

Rather, there are two chess- hands thrust out begging bowls,
boards: Fez El Bali, Fez the Old; and three voices chorus in perfect _

and higher along the steep slopeis time a long-drawn appeal for alms!

Fez Djedid, Fez the New. It A Street of Misery"In P'U %
,I was new in, A. D. 1276.
the name of Allah, give us
Like chessmen left scattered of your charity! You who have

aimlessly about the board stand riches, pity the poor! You who

the slender minarets of the many have eyes, be merciful to the blind! ,
mosques. On every side rise the God will requite ye! Alms! In
hills crowned with forts old and
the name of the Prophet, give us
3 new, forts built by long-dead sul- alms!" '
tans to cow their rebellious sub- 0 1 S
The three voices, together
cease ,
jects within the city, others erectedby
the three bowls with-
swiftly
are
the ,French i to defend Fez
j drawn the three heads low-
are
against the Berber tribes outsidethe
walls. ered, chin to chest again-all in
perfect unison. a

Beyond the south the, are rounded higher hills mountains, awayto 1' A bell rings ,clear and sweet; FOLLOW the lead of big tire users who

covered with snow in winter. But ragged and up man the hugging steep lane under hobbles his left a buy only on proof of performance.Last .

in summer the arid steppes are .1
arm a wet and bloated hairy thing :
waist-high in flowers. buses traveled
Greyhound
like the swollen carcass of a year
Fez appears now as it did drowned dog. It is a goatskin 138,000,000 miles from Coast to Coast and
the centuries of Mos-
through long
water bag with the hair left on.
lem domination, since Arab invaders The bearer is selling the liquid from Canada to the Gulf across deserts and r -

built it somewhere about A. D. and clangs the bright brass bell in over winding mountain roads. 7J J )
800; as it was before ever the g
his right hand to attract attention. y N'
infidels entered it except as slavesor
They have won the National Safety :
as missions of Christian states Before the French protectorateover r :
Morocco was established, the Council's highest award in intercity bus '
humbly seeking to propitiate the d '
British government once sent a
Sultan.It
mission to the Sultan in Fez with operation for the past four years. This is. :

remains as it was when still letters and presents. Attached to indeed tribute careful efficient I '
to driving
a
the home of the Sherifian rulers, :?j
it Scots Guards subalternhe /
was a
the real capital, the enlightened, equipment and the reserve safety a .:
is and .
general today.He
a peer a Firestone
artistic, magnificent city second to '
had visited the country on leave Tires made possible by the
none in all Islam, when in the THE MASTERPIEE E
Twelfth century it boasted 785 several, times, sohe was chosento Patented Process of Gum..Dippingvhich '.i
with the mission. When it
: mosques; 480 inns, and 120,000 private go OF TIRE CONSTRUCJION .
I internal friction and heat.
houses.I rode in state into Fez, he was prevents ," :
mounted on a big mule and clad ""_ nB
But hark! A humming drone j
Firestone
in the full-dress scarlet and goldof Gum..DippedTires run up to 28 ,
fills the air and the
... venerable city; flies high an over airplane. his regiment"hairy hat, with," as the admiring bearskinthe cooler and give greatest blowout protection /J Vi r $totlt 4:

France rules the above and
sky -- the scientifically designed non-skid tread
Dublin street urchins call it-on his HIGH SPEED
the soil beneath.Is : 1
,Yet Unspoilt head. Tall and handsome, he pre- will stop your car up to 25% quicker and _PRICE !
sented striking figure in his
a gor- _
Being only recently opened to the geous uniform and appealed to the give you 50% longer nonskid mileage. 14.50-21.;;;;.. $6.60 ;,a

; outer world, Fez is as yet unspoiltand crowds lining the route to the Im- 47519..;;;... 9.1O ;
of deep interest to the traveler. perial palace. Take no chances! Buy your tires on proof of performance. 52518.;;;;.. 1O.85

Its. size surprises. From one end But the bearskin busby puzzled See your nearby Firestone Auto Supply and Service ,Store or 5.50-17.-. .. %%.90 ";
to the other of the twin cities it them. "What is that he has on 6.oo-17H.D.. %5.90..:., '.
measures four miles. Its popula- his head?" cried a wondering citi- Firestone Dealer an d. your car today with Firestone FOR TRUCKS "

tion today is about 107,000, includIn zen in the front rank of the spec- Gum-Dipped Tires, the Masterpiece of Tire Construction! 18.85 1
? fewer than 10,000 Israelites who tators.A .
are herded together in the Jewish newspaper correspondent in 6.00-20.1. 18.75 ,

quarter of Fez Djedid. Morocco, who was riding in the pro- FOR 25% LONGER TIRE MILEAGE EQUIP YOUR CAR WITH 40.25 i

The Europear inhabitants, to be cession, had lived many years in the Otberll"r rroport nat.11Lo.r '
found mostly in La Ville Nouvelle, country 'and spoke Arabic fluently.He rretOnC SEALTYTE TUBES

number about 9,600, principally turned in his saddle and an- special compound on inside of tube VISIT THE FIRESTONE '

French, with a sprinkling of Spaniards swered the enquirer loudly in the seals the inner surface against leakage. EXHIBITS I AT THE GREAT
jj and Italians.Of vernacular. I" By maintaining a constant air pressure, LAKES EXPOSITION I I H
"That is water His sultan Firestone Sealt>te Tubes will increase your
the three' parts of Fez-old, a bag. CLEVELAND AND THE TEXAS ..
tire 25
mileage %
new, and newest unquestionably has allowed him to wear it CENTENNIAL IN DALLAS
the most interesting is the first, El as a mark of honor for putting outa
Bali To see it one must enter fire in his town."

!; :on foot or in the saddle, for vehicles Street of Shops .ir ston SPARK SEar covfRS HOUSEfANSTTER

cai.not pass through its steep and The alley is lined with booths, ES P QS AUTO SUPPLIES s { .

,,; narrow lanes. for it is the beginning of the famous + PJr Z.59 ; Noale.. .
None of the Arab GrB LUGGADENS p potor.r
buildings converted -
souks. Souk
means ia mar-
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;\ t to modern uses has been ket; but here, as in Tunis, it desig- .nrt'04 $ IN FgCH'SETS.Ivo bortee QacKS BAST CNrtip s .
'; -' Europeanized in outward icpear- nates a street of shops; and in powoc Exd+an9 ,1 k./on SEATS ......89 a S.d.,
I ance and so they do not detract eastern cities the shops that sell r ar/ gU loMs..39.. Si 69 .

from the native aspect of the city. the same things are grouped to- BRAKE .69
LINING FrAUrO RAO PADSsiaawFitceto ulr
SEAT
Leaving them one plunges down gether. IOS SJN 1Nbh
steep lanes, dreary and desolate, Thus the Soul El Attarine is the pPalgo {y 0 8tr'ei ,tube, SUN FIASHS .....54.. INSECT GLASSES UMP
o SCREEN
between the blank walls of tall of the sellers 9s1My
street perfume who 0ntro1. tube PerornL7n et IIDNT3.....
houses almost windowless on the vend, besides scents, the large, SET I VISOR VAN- 373uP
street side, some as high as a five- brightly decorated Marabout 3 L In MIRYOQS 69
can-
,g S 10 CDP 6'ZSI
story London dwelling. They shutout dles to be burned before shrines E,
the sky in the winding alleys In the Souk El Khiyatine, tailors'

Dismal as is their outward appearance street, the knights of the needle I I t I
many are the residencesof ply their trade, and burnooses, je-

rich and noble Moors, and the labs (short-sleeved woolen cloaks), Listen to the Voice of Firestone-featuring Margaret Speaks; Soprano; with the Firestone Choral
interiors are light and luxurious. baggy breeches, and other garments Symphony, and William Daly's Orchestra-every Monday night over N.B.C. Nationwide Network
The privacy of their pleasant gar- are sold.


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News until that time regarding the amendments rilla ship are clicking and holdingthe BOCA GRANDE, IS ASSURED
The CJewiston to be voted upon in' the I crowds alongside the best that OF 30-FOOT SHIP CHANNELBoca I Liberty Point Fishing .

general election. The first one regarding Plastow turned out. ----,- .

In Clewiston,' the old age pensions will be I An outstanding feature of our Grande is assured that the Camp !,.
Published Friday
every CLEWISTON NEWS, of interest to'' everyone and is wor-: show here is the effective lighting, ship channel from the gulf to the Excellent Black Bass Fishing !

Florida, by the thy of a great deal of study before:I not only of our grounds, but the inside' harbor and phosphate terminals BOATS TO RENT .

Inc. your vote is cast. The second' will be'1 building, dioramas and other dis- will be dredged to a depthof Artificial Bait For Sale

of interest to few outside of Mon plays. This is the work:, of John Col- 30 feet and increased to 700 feet

roe county but it is interesting to I vard who hails from Belle Glade. wide in a letter received here. from Follow Signs from Liberty Point
Keathley Bowden, Editor note what is being done there. I Congressman J. Hardin Peterson. corner on old Clewiston Road.
George Clements, veteran news-
1 hawk directs An appropriation for the channel I J. L. TINDALE, :Manager. .
publicity and sees to :
It's finally been decided that we '
improvements, estimated to cost
'it that Florida stays on the front
Entered as second class mail mat- will actually have a senatorial primary page and in the rotogravure sec- $59,000, will be included in the
1927 at the Post and voters of Florida will be, next rivers and harbors bill.
February 1, tions of the nation's He is
get-
Office ter in Clewiston, Florida, under called on. to pick for the Democrat ting hundreds of columns press. of space, Maj. Gen. E. M. Markham, chiefof ..A...................................................._...................................

the Act of March 3, 1897. I ic nomination for United States all favorable publicity, and finds engineers! has concurred in a I
Senator either former governor,,.
time in between to steal celebritiesand recommendation of the Boca \
Doyle E. Carlton or Judge C. 0. Andrews Grande project with the board of .
pull other stunts that keep Flor-
Subscription 'rate, $2.00 per year. of Orlando. There doesn't ida out in front., engineers of the rivers and harbors Good FarmLand
to that there should be a I
rates on application. seem us committee. The recommendation
Advertising I great deal of difficulty in makinga One of the busiest men on the states that the deeper entrance
stall is Dick Bennett in charge of '
I decision, here. 'Judge Andrews is I channel should afford material sav-
Devoted to the advancement and without a doubt a fine man, admired our merchandising department which ings in the movement of phosphate

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry and respected by the people of covers the sale of citrus juice, orange and other commodities of wide national -

his town and ,county but he Is comparatively sherbet, novelties, perfumeand I II distribution. The present
County.It other Florida products sold at I for Rent .
unknown in Florida and depth over the bar in front of the

his legislative experience has beenso our stands., i I pass is 24 feet which is not sufficient -

won't take you long to mark the limited that he is hardly in a position Like all smooth-working organizations -I at all times for the large \

ballots in Tuesday's election so go to be as familiar with the we have a "Girl Friday" freighters loading at the South I

and vote. ;,& 2! i needs of the state as Mr. Carlton who keeps all the loose ends together -I I Boca Grande phosphate terminals.The I II I -
who is known and respected every- and takes the blame whenever engineers reported that 40 I

Governor Landon is pictured as I where by everyone with the excep- anything goes wrong. In this case It I I per cent of the phosphate mined in ,

a fisherman but after November we I tion of the political enemiesany is Mrs. L. C. Wray)', office manager Florida was shipped from South Boca -

fear the rotogravure sections won'tbe I I I governor makes. We expect the elec- and secretary to Earl Brown I Grande. The 'total commerce 'of Trespassers

crowded with pictures of his tion t* be a Carlton landslide and Our entertainment staff includes II Charlotte harbor has ranged from j'"

A"t hes. hope that Hendry county will con- the Florida Orange Blossom Quar- 353,000 tons in 1926 to 564,385 Will Ue;

.- tribute toward a record vote in his tet-young men from the Florida: I tons, the maximum on record, in

.1, Robert Wadlaw, 18-year old favor.A Agricultural and Mechanical 1934. This included 7,658 tons of I ProsecutedClewJston

'mois giant: should be a big helpto lege, Whistlin1: Willie and H COl-j petroleum products, iced fish and I

his father when he gets older. CONGRESSMAN'S RELIEF II I ica Slim who double as janitors. other commodities moving over the:

He is eight] feet five inches tall and I Then there is a corps of assist-I Charlotte harbor channel )o and '

still growing.We Doubtless every member of Congress -i ants who help] operate the stands from Punta Gorda. The remainderwas [I -

heaved a deep sigh of relief and information desks, guide visit- reported as phosphate rock ship- '"

I at the new order which places post- tors about, help maintain the ex- ped from South Boca Grande in vessels -
imagine that some choi e '
can mastership strictly under the civil hibit and do a hundred othf)' nec- drawing 10 to 27 feet.-Fort
profanity has gone to waste here
The
Myers News-Press.
service. essary tasks that keep them busy :
this week since the bridge was torn
Some delusion existed from early morning until ten or ----
a
forc- years ago :
out, between the Inn and town 1
that by confining the appointmentsto eleven each night. All of them are
-; a detour west to the government. '
the highest throe who were ex- Floridians and all are loyal, enthusiastic i
;ervation. amined workers, putting in mighty Know Your Language
a congressman could choose !
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one of this number with some hopeof long hours at mighty small But I Company,

,: ; 's of the state a'ministration securing political gain by so do- they realize that .in helping Florida, By C. L. Bushnell ,
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now since Governor Sholtz announced Time has proven, however, that are proud to be identified with the School of English . .-
the drastic cut in the state mill- in most instances the "support lost Florida Exhibit. International,CorrespondenceSchools 1.NONNON. .NONNN. ...;N..1.ti.W 1.N.N.....N...;N N.y

age made possible by, the reserve from the two who were eliminatedmore And those are the folks that are

funds collected,during the past year. than counteracted the gain selling FLORIDA fo thousands ev-

J from the appointment, and particularly ery day. I just wanted you,, to know EVEN lexicographers-the people
The United States Olympic team prepare our dictionariesare -
I so when theoretically the mo- them. Their work will result in sometimes guilty of mistakes.Dr. .
is doing very well in spite of the loss ment a postmaster was appointed he bringing millions of dollars and a Samuel Johnson, probably the DOYLE E.CARLTON.

of Mrs. Eleanor Holm Jarrett. We must refrain from participating in raft of new settlers, investors and most famous of them all, defined

think they missed a goo i bet by not politics.. 4 tourists to our stat They are do- "pastern," meaning a tether, as "the
taking Dr. Townsend with them to Under the examinations knee of a horse." When asked
new ruling ing a good job and deserve a lot of by a
bring back the walking championship. are held by the Civil Servic credit. lady how he happened to make suchan '

when vacancies and the < error, he replied, "Ignorance,
,
occur per-
You can, take it from me, the Madam, pure ignorance. < son receiving the highest grade, regardless Florida Exhibit is the ,,-
; greatest pieceof The
mistake was corrected in the
About the only way the 'big shot'racketeers of other
politics or any advertising the state ever had fourth edition of his dictionary, but
and hood-
kidnappers
consideration, automatically be- and it will pay for itself a hundred Dr. Johnson never' altered his defi- FOR ';
lums make the front page anymoreis comes the appointee. Reappointments times over, for it is giving us DI- nition of excise "a ,hateful tax
when one gets the G-men after are made, as in the past, but RECT contact with LIVE prospects levied upon commodities, and ad:
him and finishes up with a bullet.' it is provided that the postmaster I -and we're selling them. judged not by the common judgesof I u.) S. SEI'STE('? ;

through him or a suicide in prison.I' must submit to a non-competitive property, but by wretches hired

Too bad we can't have a few more examination in order to prove that B. -ROBERTS IS REGIONAL by those" to whom the Excise is
thousand G-men to handle all the he has not in paid.
slipped ability or incapabilit3'
law enforcement of the country. REP. OF YOUNG DEMOCRATSTallahassee As a result of his bellicose defi-
I I during his four-year. ten- -. nition, Dr. Johnson narrowly .

TImes-UnIOn of Jacksonville ure. Aug. 6 (FNS).-B. escaped being prosecuted for libel
says Some few congressmen may feel K. by the infuriated Commissioner of I
Roberts of this city has received -
that when you drive a car in St. that they have lost a political leverof Excise. I
notification
Petersburg and Ft. Lauderdale it'sa of appointment as a
importance by this change in prac- of
regional
good idea to leave your gin flaskat time, but it is more probable that representative the Young I
home. If you'll tune in on WQAMin the Democratic Clubs of America by
great majority of them will
Miami between eight and nine feel that they have been relieved of Frank Wickham, National II
each morning you'll find they' don't Appointment of president'j
delicate
a and politically expensive I
get off very light down there. I I prerogative.Clermont Press. from 12 regions were Zzini FLORIDA I
.
I the organization "eyes and ears for I $

You'll have to hand it to those I national headquarters for the pur- ,
0C(61140.l11 IlClfliggllnlr9491IMpmpqToo
Californians. A man out there now pose of carrying on an intensive and

\ raising spuds in excelsior without, militant campaign", according to Mr. ,

any soil around them. When he' Late To Classify Wickham's announcement. During: I II

gets ready to 'harvest his crop all this month the plan calls for con-i qI .

: he does is pull off the excelsior and CJ3y 'RJusell KayIBBEBflflBBHIXflBnBflflBflHnHBHBBV ferences between the representatives:

there they are. No doubt he expectsto I and various state officers to outline i
I
perfect this until he can raise 'em : campaign activities and plan regional -'

already sacked. It is customary, 1 believe, for rallies for September and October. -I I Itr
i. Mr. Roberts' region includes the
.
salesmen to make a report now and II
In spite of extensive states of Florida and
an educa- Mississippi
then to the boss, and ,in the case of
tional drive over the state fatal ac- Georgia.
Florida & Co., YOU are the boss, so .
t i cidents are occuring so frequentlythat I I'm writin' this to let you know just I am truly grateful for the sup-

t:,. state safety director, A'sher what :your sales force is doing here MIAMI TO HAVE port thus far given me in my race
Frank finds it is 4'' I
f impossible to keep in Cleveland. NEW STATE BANK for the United States Senate.
his records up to date. Most of. these V
! Our job, of course, is to SELL With continued act \ ity on the
accidents are due to a disregard for Miami, Aug G (FNS-A new 6
Florida and we're sure doin' it. Wo I part of friends, emphasized on
I safety laws with liquor. still leadingas j I state bank, with a capitalization of f t my
the are ideally located here at the Great!. the day of the primary August
greatest
cause. $200,000 will
begin operations here
t I I
I:. Lakes Exposition and you know I I. September 15th, it was announced J 11, we may expect a substantial
Earl Brown is .
a wizard when it
! The sound of tractors turning under 1 this week., majority.
comes to making an exhibit. Another -I
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weeds in the townsite is sweet The new organization is to be Stop at the
! thing, he knows how to pick
music for it means that the sum- al I known as The American Bank and In the meantime, please be as-

mer season of comparative inactivity -[ personnel him and are the all folks top notchers.he's Rothelpin' I Trust Company and Leo Robinson is: tloteL Patricia sured I shall spare no effort to .

will soon be ended and the farm- president, R. H. Daniel, cashier, 'and justify your confidence, and in
ing season will be on in full swing Our\ little Garden of Eden with stockholders] include; Michael
I
pledgeto
again. By the latter part of this Its bearing orange trees, palms and Sholtz, father of Gov. Dave Sholtz, 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll the event of my electipn
all Florida a ser-
the people of
month hundreds of acres will be tropical plants, literally takes the Carl Sholtz, the' governor's brother,

ready for seed and the first of Sep- visitors' breath away. It is the workof Carl Rose, chairman of the state rac vice in keeping with whatever

tember will see planting well under- Foster Barnes and he's ,certainly ing commission, Bryan Willis, state 1 Outside Rooms With ability I may possess and the

way. done a wonderful job. Florida auditor, J. Leonard Replogle, Palm] I Private Bath highest patriotism at my com

Manor, housing our main exhibit, Beach financier and politician, Ed- mand. '

We're compelled to back up and was designed by Paist and Steward, ward Donovan, Palm Beach; S. P. COOL, CLEAN, QUIET

apologize for our editorial wisecrack irchitects of Miami It is so distinct Robineau, Miami-state legislator, Overlooking Biscayne Bay Gratefully yours, ,

directed at the! guy in Colorado who and unusual, so different from anything John P. Harris, Palm Beach, Republican DOYLE E.: CARLTON.

forecasted a storm for July 20 by else on the grounds, that it party leader. Two blocks to Shops,. Theatre and
the shimmying of the moon after craws praise from everyone. Business Section.

correctly prophecying cold waves, The marvelous dioramas which I JJ59.301.00 GIVEN FOR CARE SPECIAL

heat waves, etc., by the "same' : me- 'I Jepict scenes from all sections of OF FLORIDA'S" CRIPPLES RATES '

i, thod. He just missed it a week and The state are the work of C. E. Plas-

\ traced the course with remarkable low, who did such a good job for us I Washington, D. C., Aug. 6 (FNSA ) $1.50 Single PRIMARY .

\f accuracy. One little extra lunge of that the government has taken him i quarterly payment of $9, 301.- 1

I. the moon, indiscernible to his eye to Washington to make exhibits fort! 96 for crippled children's care in $2.50 Double I
; might have caused the week's .dif them. But resourceful Earl stepa out Florida has been authorized by Secretary AUGUST 11This

{ ference. and finds another Floridian, Byron:; Perkins, it was announced by Special Family, Weekly &
f Stephens of Sanford, who has gone the Labor department today: Allo-
Rates
-; Sometime between now and the i I!: on with the. work and his beautiful cations totaling $15,495 were made Monthly ( ad paid for by friends of
; third of November take the time to dioramas of Wakulla Doyle E. Carlton7 )
i Springs, the read the legal notice which will be' Florida Portland Cement plant, Mc- 30. The present quarter ends Sept.

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IN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNNNN:..:. ,.:.I Mrs. B. E. Nail, Jr., and daughter, held their regular August'' meeting I NORGE' REFRIGERATORS ". 1
Vrfdtersonal Wilma Faye, and Mrs: Roy Bolton at the rectory Monday afternoon. )I L. B. Mershon

Mention :t_ I are spending several days in Lakeland Those present were: Mrs. H. J. Og: Furniture' and Home Furnishings .. i
, lesby Miss Louise Oglesby, 1\1rs.1 I i jAGEXT'
I with Mrs. B. M. Nail and Mrs. : I
...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:...,:..:..:. j Cloyse Crosby. Harry Vaughn, Mrs. G. E. .Smith, j I PHILCO RADIOS 1
Mrs. R. T. Mitchell, Mrs. B. AJ i: I
T.V'. Jones, of LaBelle, was a New York Lifej ,
Miss Ulla Jacobsen returned Sun- Bourne and. Father J. F. Walsh I Household Furnishings .
visitor here Monday. 1
day from Tampa where she has been :,

Jones Bryant returned Sunday visiting her father since her return I VEHO BEACH SHOWS 638: % I Inc. Insurance Company j

from a week's visit in Tampa.A. from: a trip through the western I GAIX IN BUILDING PERMITS .
I states of several weeks duration. BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA ARCADIA, FLORIDA I 1

J. Sullivan, of Belle Glade wasa -- 'I Vero Beach, Aug. 6 (FNS-The
business visitor here "Wednesday.. 'I' Parker T. Wilson left Thursdayfor Florida Municipal Record in its July .'.
LaBelle to relieve Wade Cat tee, .
issue shows Vero Beach at
standing
fflOW T<0> "KEEP EDUCATED"Read :
I manager of Alston's store in that :
Dick Miller; of West Palm Beach, the top of the list from the stand-
city who left for a vacation visit of J improvements '!- Daily the ,World-Wide Constructive News in 1
was a visitor here Wednesday 1 point of over :
ten days in Metier, Ga. TilE CHRISTIAN SCIEXCE MONITOR "
I year, with building permit last.
1 C. W. McDonald, of Belle Glade for the first :six months of 1936 An International Daily Newspaper 'J,i
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. returned ".
was here on business Thursday. Ray resenting a 638 % gain over the I II It gives all the coiistraclitvc world news but doci not exploit crime and ..d
home Monday. Mrs Ray has been j scandal. Men like the column. "The World's D3-news at a lance for .)
same period in 1935. the busy reader. It has Interesting feature pace for all the family. A .
visiting in Savannah Ga., for I written distinguished authorities, '
several Weekly Magazine Section by on economic My
Mrs. M. J.
Mrs. J. G. Niblack and .
social and political problems, jives a surrey of world affairs.The :
Hirsh spent Tuesday in West Palm months while he, has been in reserve .. g
'
training at Fort Benning; near: Christian Science Publishing Society ;
Beach. Columbus, Ga. One, Norway Street Boston, Massachusetts" .':;
I Please enter my subscription to The Christian Science Monitor for >]
Dr. A. J. LittleOsteopath ".
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley a perIod of I a ;
1 year$9.00 8 months $150 3 months $2.25 Imor4i75cWednesday
were visitors in West Palm Beach Mrs I. M. Pafford entertained at Issue, Including Magazine Section: 1 year $2.GO, 6 iso>ues 25o :

Saturday. I dinner and later at bridge Wednesday Name............................ ............................. ...... .'i
evening honoring Miss Kathleen
: "'lanik n. Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and Lake Harbor Phone Xo. 1 Address............................................................. ':
Mrs. Roy Bolton, of. Orlando arrived Request
Sample Copy on
Mrs. H. O. Peters the others .
were -
recently for a visit with Mr. .-- .
present. '
and Mrs. B. E. Nall, Jr. -'
'oJ

, r I Mr.'and. Mrs. Chas. B. Roberts, of I ',::
Mrs. R. C. Nowling spent Sundayin .:
Norfolk, Va., will arrive Saturday .
Fort Myers with her parents, Mr. I ,\
Mrs. L. 'R. Osteen.Mr. to spend the winter with their son, '
o I O. H. Roberts and Mrs. Roberts. Mr. ,
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and Mrs. Roberts will meet them in 'J
and Mrs. J. E. Johnson. were ,' West Palm Beach. SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS
visitors in West Palm Beach Tues! .
d"
day. W. M. Redelsheimer returned .' 1:

Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., and Mrs.J. Saturday: 'from a three week's vacation -
visit in Michigan. Mrs. Red-
V. McCarter of LaBelle were visitors !
elsheimer and the children of'
stoppedin : Record of Dividends
in Clewiston Monday. .
Georgia for a few days visit with ':...., ",." ..'.,: _. .'' ,
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: relatives and'returned home Thurs- > .j "": ""t "," :' Clewiston Home Building AssociationYEAR 1'-7
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Miss Alma Crews, of Fort Myers, ,
visiting her sister, Mrs. E. C. day. 4,'"\ ":/, ," ":- :' I :;"\ :". :: '.4
Mills this week. ; :. KATE RATE
Mr. and Mrs. M. ,R. Lawler and .
-: PERCENT YEAH PERCENT : ,;
children returned Sunday from their .
Mr. and Mis. C. D. Beatty and '
vacation. Mrs. Lawler and the child- '
,sons left Saturday for a visit of ten .GJ 1928 5.5 1933 6
ren had been in since
Jndiana May
,
days with relatives in Port St. Joe.
and were joined, there the first of 1, / 1 1929 7 1 1934 6.
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July by Mr. Lawler, spending the l' '. .
Mrs. Leslie Miller returned Fri- '
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1930 4. 1935
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month of July in Maine. I .
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day from a month's visit with rela- : .. :
tives in Mayport. I ;'f',.,";';,'). \4:;' ,.':.";"." :.', ".:"i"-."" '" 1931 ... ', '" ..'" 4. 1936 ,. '::.'k'f;a': ,

.-- I Mr. and Mis. A. R. Broadfoottook :''ryif': : "_.' ,. 1932 ; ', ., ,. '6 '. ."\. .(\:1",/,)'''''':' :: :
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their daughter, Barbara Lee, '" "
Miss Elva Alston returned Sunday I J '" ./: \:
from a visit with relatives "in Rich- :. to Fort Mjers Tuesday for an ap- : ::< :;.,; .' ;;,: : 6'I;
pendicitis .
land, Ga. operation. She returned .
Wednesday, an examination having ,

Mr. and Mrs.. I. M. Pafford and shovn.that. an operation, ''was not 1 CALL BY THE :

baby daughter and Miss Maxine Do- necessary at this time. '':

ty are spending today in Miami. :,i-" BUILDING OFFICE FIRST ':'

-- Mrs. Wf. H. McCracken, Mrs. A. Invest for and '
savings safety a goodreturn. '
your THING TOMORROW AND t
Urban Matthews, of Fort Pierce, W. Lawrence, 11rs.V.. F. Nail, Jr., : :
-2lhe guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. J.Mesby. Miss Beth Nail and Carline Farnam, Home Building has never paid TALK THINGS OVER. J /

Moore Bill McCall Haven and enjoyed W. F..a Nail picnic, Sr.,and of dividends of l less than 4 percent per year. ; ,,'.....:..;,; : \

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Miss Ruth Knight returned this fishing trip at Liberty Point Tues- In these days of reduced interest on savings : .. -' '
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week from Miami where has been day. .
visiting for the past month.she accounts and reduced returns on other : ,* I. ,Lr l';::,"". ;j jI

-- .- C. L. Downs-', and-Keathley Bowden forms of investment, Home Building offers :.,' : I ,:;. ./, ,::tj;t.: ,;,,... ","
Mr. and Mrs, G. E. Smith and fam- left '" '. '' T'-.J -. '" '-
Wednesday morning for .
the conservative investor the investment
thrifty '' : .r' "J.r < ../ ;.:/ '
Hendersonville ..
ily spent Sunday in West Palm N, Carolina. Mr. '" '
Beach. Downs will visit with relatives there best suited to his needs. In- ,,'..' .''{; ,

for a few days while Mr. Bowden a ,
Clewiston Home Association '
vestigate Building :
Doss Tabb, who is working temporarily will remain for a vacation visit of a

in Alston's Store here, visited few weeks with Mrs. Bowden and ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONHOME ;1$

his home in Pahokee Sunday. their sons, Kay and' Paul who are little as $5.00 per month or as much as ..
-- spending the summer near Hender-, BUILDING
Mrs. G. B. Thomas, who is attend- sonville. r $1,000.00 in a lump sum, you'll find a .J,

ing the summer school at 'Southern Home ASSOCIATION ;
,
Building program adapted to
College in Lakeland, spent the week- Mr. and' Mrs. R.L.. Reils and son, yourrequirements. PHONES 102-103 ':;
end at her home here. : Glenn, and Miss Maude Smith, of y y'I

Savannah, Ga., visited Mr. and Mrs.R. : t :

A. N. Gallant left Sunday for a N. Smith for several days this

month's visit in Trenton, N. J. Mrs. week. They are travelling by camp I
Gallant, who has been visiting there trailer and left this morning. Miss i '; ';

wW l return with him.C. Smith will leave them at her home .
I
while the'rest of the party will con-i

H. Berner and children, Car- tinue on to Maine. From there they! :

line and Bobby, are spending a two will travel west across the north- IS YOUR CAR SLUGGISH 1 .
week's vacation with relatives in ern states to the Pacific Coast and

South Georgia. expect to spend' the next three years I
touring the United States. Mr.
--- Reils
!rs. Foy Durrence and G. E. Ethman I recently sold his business in Savannah -!

visited Mrs. Etherton and and while making the tour of

Mrs. F. H. Maxwell in Miami Wednesday the states he will pay expenses by i
'1 and Thursday. selling several different items for J

which he has the mrenp.v... p -. Mrs.. Roils' ( ))
Ed Clark, who has been playing and Miss Smith are sisters of Mr.

baseball in Bradejiton for several II Smith's.WALTER. I
weeks returned home for a week's
-visit Wednesday. EMERSON VAUGHN

Mr. and Mrs.-G. S. Mobley, Sr., I CELEBRATES -BIRTHDAY I II ou GAl

,
of Jacksonville Walter Emerson I o00i
arrived this week Vaughn, son of II r
for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Mr. and Mrs H. T. Vaughn celebrated -I

Mobley, Jr. his tenth birthday Wednesday af-
ternoon with a party at his home. I

Mrs. F. Deane Duff is on vacation After an afternon of games pop-

in North Carolina with her parents, I corn balls, chocolate ice cream and i, -

Mr. and. Mrs. F. Edward Bryant, of cake were served to: Julia Anne Og-
Palm Beach. I II' II lesby, Nora Oglesby, Urban Matthews -1
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I Fay Lou Mitchell, Dorothy I
'' Mrs. Leah Spicer, Miss Marion Mitchell, Jacqueline Bledsoe, Gene r

i" Leydig, Mrs. J. H. Doty, Miss Betty Bledsoe, Rhunelle McGehee, Millie i DzstributorThat
:. Spicer, Miss Maxine 'Doty and Miss Bourne, Margaret VonMach and
! Bobbie Spicer spent Saturday .in Mary Ellen Smith. .

West Palm Beach I GoodGulf
--- CAlnT4I; \: TONIGHT
Mrs. D. G. Alston and daughter,

..artha Nell, returned home Sunday I The Christian Endeavor is spon. ,

from Columbus, Ga., where they soring a cake walk to be held at I J ..
were called several weeks ago by I the Kiwanis Diamondball field to- J .

the death of Mrs. Alston's father. night. Many cakes have been donated GasolineLUBRICATES "

-- a large crowd is expected to joinin
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and the fun and the young people's

sons, Dick and Bob left the first of society are hopeful of clearing a
the week for a vacation visit in nice bit of money from the walk.
Asheville, N. Carolina. After three
I Gp54ll1t+ iDER and VALVES
weeks there they will return by Pen- ALTAR SOCIETY HOLDS 6ulF UPPER CYLSf '
sacola where Mrs. Patterson and the tNt1400
MEETING AT RECTORYThe
,:: boys will remain for a visit with rel I I MpN uealCAtE INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR I

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, Copyright by Edwin Balmer WNU Service quite malts

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l' SYNOPSIS Jeb came out straight and strong lag within him. Oh, he liked a tight ; : replied that tie would tell Mrs. Glen- !

and at ease; for he had made a good' and this man would give him one. Hemet I eith that he was here.

I I Jeb Braddon, young and fantastically appearance and had nothing to tell that Jeb's contempt straight, without I Two girls (as Cathal first supposed) 0WNU
l' aucccssful broker of Chicago Is Infat- disturbed him. anger. "The state may call Miss Glen appeared the'
on stairs the light-
;
4 uated with Agnes Glenelth, beautiful lie helped Agnes up from her seat eith; but so shall the defense; and haired
f daughter of a retired manufacturer. one was Agnes Glenelth, and
and brought her down to the street, whether or not the state calls her"
the dark Servlco.
!k' Rodney, a doctor In love withAgnes o ie he took for her sister
t visits his brother, Jeb. Rod plans work utlh news-cameras clicking at them as Cathal ,said. "So It Is my right and until they were almost downstairs, and

at Rochester. Jeb suggests that her they left the Criminal Courts building. duty to review with my witnesses the he saw that she older.
was
make a try for Agnes before leaving. He had left his car on Dearborn testimony they will give. 'or that Panama CanalIf
i In Rod there Is a deeper, obstinate He was .nmlllar, In his profession, Through
(t- decency than In Jeb. Agnes believesto street on the side across from the Jail, Miss Gleneith, I'll go wherever you say.
be happy, a girl must bind herself and as they approached It, Agnes 'saw Some witnesses come to my office; I with women who kept Into middle age, a ship passes through the
s to and have adorable ask and through! It. slender and youthful- Panama canal without delay it
entirely a man a man standing beside it whom she neither nor suggest that of you.
babies. Rod visits Agnes and tells her looking figures and faces which denied, will take from ten to ,twelve
recognized suddenly as Martin O'Mara.She With other witnesses; 1 go to them, to
J of his great desire but realizes It can more or less successfully, the-'last decade hours. Of, this time three hoursare
their othces. You having none, It wouldbe
no\er be fulfilled Agnes' mother Is attempting started a little; and when, the of
to regain her husband's love. next Instant, she felt Jeb's fingers at your father's office, perhaps, we their years-women once greatly taken up lifting and loweringthe
r': Agnes has disturbing doubts as to what best may meet." desired, who now desperately were ship through the locks. The
her she knew that he '
tighten on
arm.
I' attracts her father In New York. Job' "My office" said J eb, "If you must "holding" their men, or striving to locks are 110 feet wide and 1,000
tell Agnes he Is going to marry her suspected who this was. hold them
against younger women. feet long. The airplane'carrier
and together they view an apartment, "That's the lawyer you called?" he confer with her. Her father's away.
r. In Chicago. Jeb asks Agnes to set. an, said. "My mother's not. said Agnes, "so Cathal Martin O'Mara, attorneyatlaw Saratoga can get through the ca- .,

early date but she tells him she cannot come to the house. Tomorrow-In the knew such women well; and he nal, but with considerable diffi- (..

-.t marry him. When the agent Mr. Agnes nodded ; and before the men afternoon," said Agnes, breathless at had learned to read the signs of success culty, as it has only two feet
Colver offers to show them a furnished spoke to each other, she feltalmostas
:,;:.. It this defiance of Jeb. I or of failure, in their struggle. clearance on either side, being
apartment, Jeb asks Agnes to see when O'Mara, had come into the '
". alone, saying he must return to his "Thank you Tomorrow It will be." Here, he knew at least, one was goingon. 106 feet wide.-Detroit News.
confronted the
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by policethe
apartment
! office. Agnes consents and Jeb leaves. .
,'- A radio Is blaring terrifically from one, flash of opposition to him. "You are the lawyer the mother
r. of the apartments. Colver raps upon Jeb could not like him, Agnes real- CHAPTER V asked him coldly. Need of SolitudeA
the door, which Is opened by a scantily
ii-' ized ; Jeb could not possibly like him, "
clad girl, who draws Agnes Into the "Yes said Cathal. certain degree of solitude
:
"s: Cathal O'Mara set out from the city
if had her
even she not had name
;. room. Colver finds her husband, Charles She did not Immediately proceed; seems necessary to the full
Lorrie fatally shot. He calls the police. coupled to his In the papers from the at three on the following day. Be had
and he was aware how she regardedhim. growth and spread of the highest
Myrtle Lorrie asks Agnes to phone fact that she had summoned him for been in court on another case; and
I .. at His visit, and himself, composedfor mind; and therefore must a
t. Cathal O'Mara: a lawyer, to come Myrtle. Under O'Mara's picture, one when the hearing was adjourned, he very
.' once. Agnes does. The police take her an unavoidable, disagreeable in- extensive intercourse with men
took his and drove
north
car alone.
had described him "Martin
". paper so -
charge. O'Mara arrives. The officers are cident. Her
daughter for
a moment stifle a holy and scare
;' antagonistic to him. Agnes sides with O'Mara, the criminal lawyer, called to It was a sunny, warm Indolent many germ
had stepped out of the affairs of her the who shun the
-., O'Mara Agnes Is to be a witness at the the Lorrie apartment by Miss Agnes March afternoon, with gutters running away gods, rest-
.: coming trial. Cathal's grandfather and own life, and Intruded upon a tragic less tumult of noisy companiesand
" Gleneith." That Infuriated Jeb ; and off the melt of the thawing snow, and
l;: father had lost their lives In the line event In another's which had nothing the discussion of petty inter-
the still air Iridescent from the
,t:. of duty as city firemen, and his grandmother Agnes could feel It rising in him as rising, whatever to do with her. Since they ests. Novalis.
y. Winnie, has built her all around they approached O'Mara. moisture. People appeared everywhere, were unable to further -
some
Cathal, who, being ambitious, had Cathal O'Mara stood bareheaded, and they seemed unusually pleasantand escape
worked his way through law school participation In the. consequences of
and, heeding the appeal of the desperate having taken off his hat, and holdingit patient. the Intrusion, she must make It as for-

'; : and the despised, cause, has committed after Agnes spoke to him. Far north along the lake shore were mal and Impersonal as possible That SVAND 10 JARS

himself to the defense of criminal Cathal was excited, seeing her; but great Georgian homesteads, Elizabethan the mother's
:' cases. Thoughts of Agnes disturb Cathal. he did not show It. "How do you do, manors, French chateaux: and Flor- was feeling. THE I0t SIZE CONTAINS 31z! TIMES AS MUCH
Mr. Lorrie had cast off the wife who entine palazzos which men, who made It was not, even here, the daughter's. AS THE 54 SIZE WHY PAY MORE?
Mr. Braddon? he said.
r. had borne him his daughter to marry Cathal warmed
gratefully, he
Myrtle, and after two years of wedded "What do you want?", money in Chicago, gave to their wivesto as
glanced at her and she him '
gave her @ROlL N tt
< life she had killed him. "Of you," said Cathal, suddenly hot enhance and occupy them while hand, which firmly pressed his for the

Inside, and because of that, only cooler they, separately, followed their own UWU
instant but her JELLY
; mother did not relax: SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM
CHAPTER IVContinued8 without, "little. I was in the Jail," he occupations and interests and their her feeling of offense at him.

explained to Agnes, as though he had own transgressions, each after his own "You
approve of what your client A Cheerful FaceA
r Agnes' mother tried to keep her In not retorted to her companion at all way.The did?" she demanded. cheerful face is nearly as
separateness of the women
and had between them
nothing passed
&. bed all day. "If we had gone to Flor- ; "Approve?" Cathal repeated ; and good for an invalid as healthy
struck Cathal with particular force as
"and coming out I Mr. Braddon's"I
ida, as we should have," her mother re- saw this charge he had met before, "To weather.-Franklin. .
he compared the fact that whereas he ':: .
peated "this wouldn't l have happened." represent an accused person Is not to
knew no few of the men who lived
"Not to me," said Agnes, and wondered along these shores, he had never so approve of her," he" replied I

who, Instead, would first have much as spoken to one of the women "Then what is it? ?Ye

stepped into that room, and been seized until Agnes Gleneith had called him "Mother!" said Agnes. c I-

by Myrtle, and who would have sum- over the phone, to come to. the aid of "1 asked him, what Is It?" She a

;: ; moned, for Myrtle, Martin O'Mara. She Myrtle Lorrie. turned again to Cathal. "You are try- / -OUR-

could not wish that It was not she. In him, beside the eminently practical ing to prevent that woman from be- a.-" + CapBrush"Applicalorakes'BUCK LEAF 40",

Florida had been the winter play- and realistic attitudes ,which went ing punished, are you not? And you JUST DASH A IN FEATHERS., GO MUCH FARTHER ;

ground for her father and mother in into the preparation of his cases (and are here because you imagine my

their of and while daughter will help you !"
years happiness ; won them for him) ran an incurable
Mother held the romantic illusion that, romanticism-which probably also had "Yes," said Cathal; he knew there

by returning together, they could re- Its value In court. He could uncover was no arguing with her now. Lonely Road

t; : capture what they had had Father the most sordid details about one per- "I understand," Beatrice Gleneith Even having your own way isn't .

lately had become more of a realist. son, and turn about and idealize the said, less hostilely at his lack of op- the road to

He knew it would be dancing on they next. In this best damn lawyer In position, "you have certain rights to

grave of their ecstasy. town abode a little boy who had been question her"

i I'' Agnes lay looking at her mother but reared by Winnie on ancient fairy and Agnes stepped forward from beside

: thinking of her father, who, though folk-tales never Intrusted to aught by her mother, and she took his hat.

turned realist toward his wife, remained tongue, never learned or taught froma "Cravath," she called, before her
_
4 romantic-with whom? Some 1 mother could interfere, "take Mr.
page, but recited with all the mystic
one younger, much younger and per Str phrase and credence, of oral tradition. O'Mara's coat." A minute later she

haps like Myrtle She couldn't imagine So Cathal became steeped In the lore led him, and her mother, Into the happiness.'j
it but-
i ; of heroes (and had not his grandfather drawing-room.
: She pulled the newspaper to her. Cathal looked about. He had
proved himself one?) and of dragons, never
r again, and looked at Charles Lorrie.
and of fair and utterly loyal ladies been received In such a house before,
You wouldn't think like that
a man
who would wait for their true love, In and he made no attempt to concealhis
would marry Myrtle he looked as Ifhe'd
;
whatever guise he came and through Interest In, nor his unfamlllarity
have more sense. But sense. didn'tenter
whatever ordeal, until life's end. with, such a big room.
in. One day he'd wanted Myrtle
: ; Of course long ago these had thinnedto His eyes went back to Mrs. Glen- 'j
his of desire had driven him
dragons
symbols, but they had endured within eith, and he better understood her. KILL ALL FLIES
and he'd married her. Who was In t:4& Ni '
ip
: him; and their delightful relics led With no more effort of her own than
,ti New York for Father? Placed anywhere. Dally Ply
him to constant emotional contradic- was Involved in marriage to a man Kliler atuacte and kab flies.
Agnes arose to be a witness at the Guaranteed, effective. Iceat,
tions to the revelations of his own ex- who made money, she had come to convenient-Cannot spalwll -
inquest and the coroner's Jury decreed osp
r periences.So this ; but though she had It, she must snot f oa or f n1 ure sn yt
: there to "hold" Lasts all season. 20o atdealers.
that was cause Myrtle Was In the Jail, He Explainedto
h arold Somcrs, Inc.,
starve herself slender-and she had
himself
ti. Cathal drove denying -
now ,
Stiver Lorrie to the Grand jury, which Agnes.car. 150D0 Salb Ave.B'klynN.Y.
I illusions as to the greater natureof done so-and she must keep herself
,' took up the case early next week. '
the who dwelt in these over-young. And that she was endeavoring t
r'. Jeb was to be a witness too, so. And I knew you were both be- men splendid
fore the Grand jury." places ; he knew that, save for their to do.
Agnes and he went together; and they
called her In, before him. So in she "They'll Indict your client by night," possessions, they were as all men ; yet "Sit down now, won't you please

went alone, and stood before the 23 said Jeb."Yes as to the ladles, held so aloof from him, said Agnes, the warmth within her iirnm

men, and swore to tell the truth and ," said Cat al. "I told her so." he was letting his fancies run. One spreading to her skin.

all of It. And he glanced toward the grim, black- he had met; and she was as none other He waited until they both were seated -

Mr. Colver had Just come out of the barred walls connected to the Courts I out of all his encounters with women. separately and a little opposite STOPS ITCHING OR MONEY BACK

;' room, white and very nervous ; and building by the covered passage known, I I When he reached the house, Cathal each other, as they had come to be Get any Tetter/ne skin itching./ and 60c get instant at all drug relief storesor from

Agnes, trembling as she faced the 23 most aptly, as "the Bridge of Sighs." discerned that Instructions had been In their feelings. He dropped Into a sent postpaid on receipt of price.

solemn men, wondered what Mr. Colver Over it, to and fro, trudged the accusedto left concerning him. He asked for Miss soft stuffed chair, facing them. SHUPTRINE CO.Dept.3Savannah.Ga.

Just had told them. Especially, had he their trials and acquittals or con- Glenelth ; but the man-It was Cravath (TO BE CONTINUED)

": told them of Bert demnations.

; Agnes repeated what she had related O'Mara's thought was returned, for Other I WNU-7 32-36
Horses Still in Demand in Many
';' before. the moment, within the jail: and Agnes:

,: "Now you have told us all that you wondered at what, within' those gray- Countries According to London Writer

H" saw or heard happen In your presence walls, his mind caught; with what mis- -
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t, ?" the foreman challenged her. eries and repentances he dealt with ; -

> "Yes." with what hopes and despairs. She Experts say that the day of .the rope, comes second, with 3,305,000.

t. "You are sure there Is nothing wished she could follow his thought In horse is done. But there Is still a long France has 2,901,000. Rumania has ,

more?" its flight way to go, though it Is true that the 2,034,000. Great Britain has 1,971,000

"Nothing." But her face was burning. She looked up at Jeb. Often his number has ,dropped appreciably In recent Then the populations drop to below BOOKSPAMPHLETSBooks ,!

A_" '. "You have remembered something mind, momentarily, fled away ; but she years. In France, for Instance. the million mark. Italy has 943,000, Wanted-Cash paid for used books,

: else?" never had wished to follow its ab- ,notes 'writer in Pearson's London Hungary, 840,000.( Czecho-Slovakla: old postage stamps and magazines. Want
. BOOK SHOP 93:>> 11.\-
:" "Yes ; 1 have." straction. Weekly, where the war took a heavy 708,000, Sweden CCO.OOO. Spain 503,000, list SON free.PLACE IIKIK'S BROOKLYN, X. Y.

i:'. And then there was no retreat ; she O'Mara recollected her. "After the toll of horses, there still remained, and Ireland( 416000.

;:,. Had to 'tell them. And it was plain indictment, is found, as It will be, Miss, when last year's census was taken But Ireland has more horses In
.. AGENTSStore
that word of Bert was new to all of Gleneith," he said, looking down at her, 2,901,000. proportion to Its human populationthan

:' them, that it was what they had need- "shall I see you?" In 1027, there were 2,927,000; In other countries-15 horses to Route Salesmen Increase Profits selling -

' ed-and that It was of great damageto "Why?" objected Jeb. 1913, the year before the war, there every 1,000 humans. Poland's thou REX-LEX So headache powder.business.Qual-

M .l'tle. "I'll be preparing the case. In doingit were 3,220,000. sand people have 12 horses the Rumanians Samples ity and attractive free. REX display, /hULLBl'builds, N, c.MISCELLANEOUS.

She waited outside the grandJuryroom I must go over the evidence of my Here are figures of the present 10.9, the Swedes 10.7, the

while Jeb was giving his testimony witnesses." "horse population" in Europe. Hungarians 9.6, the French S, and the

: corroborating her account as to "Yours," said Jeb. "You imply she's Poland tops the list, with 3,910,000. Germans 6. *

how she happened to come to the Lor- yours. You've the hell of a nerve. Germany, which was so badly In need So the horse Is still contriving to "Know" yourself through "Body Chemise

rie apartment. Agnes sat on a bench, Miss Uleneith is a witness for the of leather and meat during the war make himself pretty useful to man, In try." Accurate Chemical Reading listing

avoiding others, and unable to control! state." f and had to slaughter more horses spite of the Intense competition from Questionnaire vocations, diets charts., diseases Box, 3 etc.,Lemon Stamp City brings,!Fla.r'T .

her trembling at what she had done. Cathal felt the pleasant furies danc : than any other two countries In Eu- mechanical forms of transport.

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The Parts Books j
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Play in Our Lives 1

ET'S praise each other now
I OUR COMIC SECTIONTHE .1I and then, Books may plaj two different, 1
Give credit ,when it's due, parts in the lives of men. They 4!
Let's help the downcast heart may build for us the walls of .l

.. againTo another and quite separate world
tackle life anew, in which we can take refuge from :jj
,r Let's pay the debts of love we all that wounds and limits and '-1

r FEATHERHEADS n..B;,- ,... No Love Nest Forget owe the, debts of hate, frustrates may be the us in daily this bread one. Or of they our 'i:
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I thought and action. '
f'. Let's say the kindest Nords'.we w!
: know But whichever part they play s 1
Before it is too late. whether they are ;.o us the quiet
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\ garden in which the spirit dwells
! ; EVER YTHING changeth, Man apart, or the fuel which feeds the .ll
thou remain alone active, militant mind and arms "
S Careless of betterment and it for its encounter with hard ,.1
changeless as a Stone?- facts, they become an integral j>-
Sibelius. part of the texture of our being.- .
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this morning. flowers. "Where did ypu get the :
Shadbelly-Was he mad? daisies?" she asked. -

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Husband-I have married two "Would you marry a poor man?" ;
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LADIES' All) HOLDS I season as in neighboring counties. I I ner prescribed by law, for those of the East 1005 .
inhabitants who by reason of InfIrmity -
MEETING AT CHURCHThe .1 This is a momentous question to or misfortune, may age have Fee North .

the people of this county and it is claims upon the aid and sympathy of 752 Feet to

attendance will society; provided however, the Legis- Beginning ........ 1 43 28 100 Unknown ........................... $ 12.19
Ladies' Aid of the Clewiston hoped that a good lature may by general law provide fora il
Community Church held their regu- be had at the meeting. Come pre- uniform State-wide system for such Washington Gardens ..... !
benefits and appropriate there- SubdIvision -
money ,
lar August meeting at the church pared to express your views on the for, but no such general law shall '.. '
of X. 1V. ,
with Mrs. E. C. matter. The closing or curtailmentof provide benefits to ui.y person who
Thursday afternoon shall not have been a resident of the 2/J. .................... 24328'Block
:Mills and Mrs. O. H. Roberts a* the season is thought necessary State of Florida for period of five .
in view of the great loss of' game, es- years continuously next preceeding his 14, Lots ,
hostesses. application theiefor nor shall such .18, 19 ....:....._ ,. / Will Newry ...::................. 1.06
Several items of: business were I pecially turkey and quail during the general law provide for benefits to any
Block 17 Lots ,
transacted including the laying of recent floods over the southern part person solely on account of age who ,
has not attained the age of sixty-five 11,12 ............ -. Elvira Weston .....:............ .' 1.06
plans for Christmas bazaar to be of the peninsula. years; Provided, further, that whereby .
held early in December. It was plan any law of the United States a Block 18, Lot 30 Elvira Weston ............:..... .7'6

members meet next lesser or different period of residenceage Block 41, Lot 28 i i. E. P. Irving ............:..:.: ... .76
ned that the SUPREME COURT RULES IX or citizenship shall be fixed in
Tuesday, August 11 at the home ofMrs. order for the State of Florida to par- South /of N. W. ,

to begin sewingfor FAVOR OF CITY WATERPLAXT ticipate in any Federal grants that ,4 of' Ntiti'. 'l' 3 4328 20 Oscar Malmberg .............: 1.66S.
W. F.
Simpson might be made for such purposes the
W. 1 of N. W. '
member is Legislature may prescribe such requirements .
the bazaar. Every
(]Moore Haven Democrat) as to citizenship age and '' ...................... 4 43 28 40 A. L. Kinzie ...................... 4.07
urged to be present. The Supreme Court of Florida residence as will be consistent with S.V.. 34 of N. W '
Mrs. M. R.- and not In conflict with such Federal ;
Those present were ruled Monday in favor of the Moore Law" 'A and N. W.4 .. -

Lawler, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. S. Haven city commission in a test suit Approved June 4, 1935.A of S. W. 34 6 43 28 80 Unknown ........................ 6.79

A. Houser, Mrs. R. N. Collins, Mrs. I to show that the commission could North /2' of N. E. .. '

A. 'W. Lawrence, Mrs. J. E- Beards- JOINT RESOLUTION 34 ............... ., 7 43 28 80 Unknown .......................... 16.79S
issue revenue bonds for the construction Proposing an Amendment to Article W.- .
ley, Mrs. Martha Ludekens, Mrs. I. of improvements to the local I VIII of the Constitution of the State E. 34 of N. ,
D. Leydig, Mrs. Joseph Robbins> of Florida Relative to Cities and ],4 and East 'i "': .

Mrs. R. N. water plant without calling an election Counties. of S. W. '4 .. 8 43 28 120 Unknown ...........::..:.......... 9.81
Mrs. W. F. Simpson, He It Resoled Hy The of -
Legislature
of the landowners of the city. .
I
6 in
Acres S. W. \ : ', .
The Stale of Florida ,
Smith Mrs. J. H. Dory, Mrs. F. H. I : .' "
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The suit was brought in the name of That the following Amendment to 34 of S. W.d ,

Moltz and the hostesses who serveda I R. C. Voihees and the decision of Article VIII of the Constitution of of N. ,..,.. 34 ..:. 9 43.- 28 6 W'illouyby Dyess ....::...m.-', .1.11S.
fruit drink and wafersat the State of Florida relative 'to cities .
delicious
the circuit court as given in Fort My and counties to be numbered Section W. 1,4 or S. E. ,."- .

the close of the meeting. ers by Judge Geo. W. Whitehurst 10 of said Article VIII be and the ,4 of N. W. ,4 9 43 28 10 Delia -J. Prevatt ....:.......::.T 1.16S. .
Mis. M. R. Lawler will be hostessat same is hereby; agreed to and shall W. 34 of N. E. :. ., ,
two weeks ago was: upheld by thrh be submitted to the electors of the "
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the September meeting. court. State at the General!. Election to be and Lot 1 .. 10 43. 28 86. C. S. Horrell ....::.....: ...'.Y 15.55
supreme held on tile First Tuesday after the Beginning N, W. .
I 1 The suit brought here was similar first Monday In November A. D. 1936, Corner S. W. '

CLARK IRONMONGER HA to other suits brought by other for Section ratification 10. The or rejection Legislature, to-wit shall 34 of N. E. 34 : : ., ''f'' ; '

PARTY OX 4TH BIRTHDAY I municipalities in the state who have have power to establish alter or abol- of N. E. % : ; if t r ,:;,
ish a :Municipal corporation tb be ; # :: .
made applications for PWA loans known East 70 Yards ;:: : .
as the City of Key West, -extending ; : ; : ...
Clark Ironmonger, son of Mr. I for waterworks and in every case territorially throughout the .. .. .. ;
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present limits of Monroe County, in Yards West 70 "., .: ; ;I", ,,: 'T" '':. \
and Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger, enter- the ruling was favorable. A loan < .

tained a large''' number of little I sought by the city of Miami ,for a boards the municipal place bodies of and any and or local all officers county governments, constitu-district,, 70 Yards arJortto.: : :.:;,; .: :,?:' .<:::. \}<:, .:: ):t ; ..r? \ :.;..:.:.tfi1, :

at the I
stadium
friends Tuesday afternoon I municipal was rejected but tional or statutory, legislative, executive Beginning ........ 10 43 28 .1 H. S: Dyess ....,.;...:.!..:.::::.": ,. J3.OS :

home of his parents on the govern- their waterworks loan was approved. and shall, judicial prescribe or the administrative,, Government Lot '.. :4:t:.. .' : .,i.I... I

ment reservation, the occasion be- The suits were made necessaryby powers, duties and functions Jurisdiction of such 2 ...................... 1143 28 62 C. B. Horrell ..........;......::'.. "; 9.51..

ing his fourth birthday. a ruling of the PWA legal department municipal corporation, its legislative, I W'est 1h of Lot 1 13 43 28 23 E. Kelley ................:.:....:.. 4.9&

Games were played on the lawn and it is said this removes departments executive, Judicial and its and boards administrative, bodies and i] East 3-4 of South .- :.' .:, T..... .' ,

after which refreshments were serv- the last obstacle to the dispensingof officers: to divide the territory Included I % of N. E. ,4 :, 'c
In such municipality into subordin- '
ed by Mrs. Ironmonger, assisted by the money for the projects. ate districts, and to prescribe a just 'I and that por- ""'.' ;, ,'. ,. >
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Mrs. J. F. Curry, consisting of birth- City officials believe that within: and reasonable system of taxation for i tion of East '. .
such municipality and districts, and of N. E.z of
day cake decorated in pink and blue a week the money will be allotted to I, to fix the liability of such municipality :
I .JL
S, E. 34 North ; :\ }
and ice cream. Moore Haven and that actual con-]s and districts. Bonded and other indebtedness > : .. q' : ; :.:
existing at the time of the of State Road .
Those enjoying the party were: struction work on the plant, halted 'establishment of such municipality, 25 __.................. 13 43': 28 '66P. G. Snyder ......':........:..-... i .' :'..' 5.11
Lawler LaDeen Peters, Bob- twice because of technicalities I shall be enforceable only against property . .
Bobby .
may I 5 Acres in S, E. ) _. :
theretofore taxable therefor. The ; .
by Smith, Glenn Reils, Beverly Flan- once more be resumed. The Spadaro Legislature shall from time to time, Corner East 'fof : > :::: ;(;;:jE:

iken, Glenn Warren Raines, W. D.I II Construction Company, contractors I I determine what portion of said municipality S. W. ?; of :,,.k". :.

Raines, Jr., Skippy Cothern, Joe : on the work, have not at this time:: in is such a rural rural area area and shall a not homestead be- !. N. W. 34 .......... 14 43 28 ,,5 Unknown ......,......L:;...:..:;.':' ,1.66..

Schroeder, Emma Jane Ezelle, Solon announced when they will resume limited as if in a city or town. Such i Lots 21,: 22, I ,;. '::, .; ,: '(:: ,.;:' : .:
I municipality may exercise all the pow- II Palma Cia '.. ,". '_
Mills, Patsy Meredith, Nancy work but it is said that the next I I ers of a municipal corporation and .1 :." ',;.'} ,'- i iSubdivision ,
shall also be recognized as of the '...... 15 43 28 ; 7" Unknown ..................:.".. ... .:-r;'. : 1.9S
Wright, Richard Knight,. James; move will be up to them. one '
I I legal political divisions of the State Begin 2293'/2"
Knight Charles and Rachel Miner. The amount of the loan to be
repaid with the duties and obligations of a Feet West of

Mothers present were: Mrs. J. from revenue of the water I county and shall be 'entitled to' all the S. E. Corner Oa, / :,,,;
powers rights and privileges Including -
Ezelle, Mrs B, C. Flaniken, W'I I plant, is $19,000.--$1'6,000 of whichis representation m the State Legislature Government'a .ai, 'h'

B. J. Schroeder:, Mrs. R. ,H. for actual construction and tfie it were, which a county.would. All property accru t.of Monroe it if- Lot 1, West

Mrs. W. D. Raines, Mrs H. O. Peters other $3,000 for contingencies and County and of the municipality in 5931Feet ,

and Mrs Z: G. Meredith. engineering costs. An outright grantof said county; shall vest in such muni- North 353 s .r- .
cipal corporation when established
as 23'Y "
$13,000 is received with'the loan. herein provided The offices of the Feet, East ;
Clerk of the Circuit Court and Sheriff Feet, North
NEW LOW RECORD OF EXPENSE shall not be abolished but the
Legis- 201 Feet, West I. .
FOR TAX COLLECTIONS IN STATE lature may prescribe the time when ,.i
: : < .
and the method by which such offices 62 Feet, North ,"; ., -.; .. .
NOTICE OF i ;' .
ELECTION "
shall be filled and the compensationto 24 Feet, North / :" :.. .... :\4 :> '/ {: :,. ;.:; .
the be paid to such officers and may 77" West 335 t.. : : : ," ,
WHEREAS
Legislature of 1935 '
Talianassee '
Aug. o IJPIXOJ.- i! :)- ;;/ ''''., '''', .
under the Constitution of 1885 of the vest In them additional powers and '" r ,"J''r"1. : : .; .
Feet 'To RIver : 1. .. : ofT'C- ; l
all time low for duties. No county office shall be 4 -7"'fil.-'r
tablishing a new abolished

expense' of collecting taxes, $24,- Resolutions the State Constitution of Florida proposing of did the pass amendments State two of Florida Joint to- I: fice without' or consolidated making provision with another for the of- River East to Along Point ..:: :: ." :1.-;; '. \;: 'fJ" J ;.

303,415 in state-taxes has been col- and the same were agreed to by a performance of all State duties now of Beginning, : t, s@
or hereafter prescribed law to be
lected by the state comptroller's of- vote of three fifths of all the mem- by;
bers elected to each house; that the performed by; such county officer. South to Beginning -

fice the past fiscal year at a cost ,of voters on said Joint Resolution were Nothing contained herein shall affect .................. 15 43 28 15 Mary O'Neill ....:....:........... : '7.34
Section 20 of Article III of the Con-
$403, 81.38 or 1.66 %, according to entered upon their respective Jour- N. W. of N. E.
stitution of the State of Florida except r
the annual report of the budget nals, and, with they the did yeas determine and nays and thereon direct- as to such provisions therein as 1/ ;..........:....:u 17 43" : Unknown'; ::: dii:: ;( 07I
commission. that the said Joint Resolutions be sub- relate to regulating the jurisdictionand West of S. E. :8j ; : ;,) ;. {
mitted to the electors of the State duties of any class of officers, to ,. .... ,., .
at ,
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34 and N E. ,4"r"" k. '.' : <. ; ) :: '
and I
In the totals of summoning impanelling grand .
setting up expenditures the Election' '; '
General( in November : !
F. C. Elliot, the budget I 1936.NOW and lecting petit taxes juries for to county assessing and col-and Of S. E. \& and '. :.?: ';:;r1.'j,;;:>;,: ;!: :,.. :? \ :

THEREFORE I, R. A. GRAY, purposes ,: .
of S.
East2 .
(:- \ '
to regulating the fees and / / .
commission's statistician, points out I Secretary of State of the State of Florida -. compensa- : "
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that the comptroller's actual cost of do hereby give notice that a tion of county officers. No law author- E. of S. W. / ,, :
I Izing the establishing or abolishing of ? } ; ; : : '
GENERAL ELECTIONwill ,4 and East -: : :
;''- :
collecting the taxes is less than the I be held In each county in Florida such this Municipal Section shall corporation become operativeor pursuantto I of West 3i of ':. '" f,?....'v"::.>,'.. ';::"' ;., '"'.,;'":.",,j\: \': ,'..j:"vtfif.: .,<....,..":4 N'.I :,.

figure named, as he has charged a- I i first on Monday Tuesday in November next succeeding A. D. 1936 the, effective until approved by a ma- S. E. V4 or S.. ,- e" ,; \ ', .. ;,.".1 :" !' ", ," :': ,';:'i'V. :- '

gainst the cost of collecting the the said Tuesday beingthe I jority of the qualified electors partici- ; ................ 18 43 28. 150 Wm.. J. "'Conrad. n;....;.:": ::' ':,. '' 5.41N.
pating in an election held in said .
tire expense of Comptroller J. en-I for the TIIIKU ratification HAY OP or NOW1MIIER rejection of the county but so long as such municipal JV'is; f' : :,><: <- {::: .;-.. ,

Lee's office-including the cost said Joint Resolutions proposing corporation exists under this Sectionthe Acres J' ... .. : :
amendments to the Legislature may amend or extend N. W. ,
Constitution of near
bank supervision, auditing all state the law authorizing the same without ,1 '
bills and accounts, issuing all state the State A JOINT of Florida RESOLUTION, viz referendum to the qualified voters Corner .............. 20 43 28 38 Unknown .. ..:' ,' 4.67
:
Proposing to Amend Section 3'of the unless the Legislative act providing East % of S. E. :; .' ,._ : ,
warrants which are not part of theta Article XIII of the Constitution of for such amendment or extension shall 34 of N. W.4... 20 43 28 20 Unknown ......:.......:.. .":.:...: \..< 2.87'

collecting machinery. He also the State of Florida, Relating to provide Approved for June such referendum.4, 1935. North 3 of N. E. '_ ,".1' : ..'

includes the cost of assessing lailway Provisions Unfortunate.for the Aged. Infirm and of N. W. 34 26 43 28 20 Unknown ................' .:,..".... ', ....1.66

and telegraph taxes which are collected ,:PO It Resolved lly The Legislature of said The proposed votes cast amendments in compliance, with East 3-4 of S. W. ; 1. ,,;..:;, : t. :. : .

general by supervision counties, and of county the cost col-of I I I Constitution The That State Section of of 3 Florida the of Article State': XIII of Florida of the, canvass thereof,, shall declarations be subjected and to and the returns same the of West N. E a ; -

lections well other administrative relating tq Provisions for the Aged. I regulations and restrictions as'are I I : ',k of :? :
as as provided by law for
Infirm and Unfortunate be and the general electionsin [ Ii : i 1 ;>. .
duties placed under the same is hereby e and as amended I the State of Florida, 34 of N. tl '?

comptroller by the legislature. is to agreed the electors to j\h of the State be submitted of I IN have TESTIMONY hereunto WHEREOF set my, 'I and East West'h "j. .. : ,.,

Florida at the next general election hand and affixed the Great ; .' .,! ...., .... .... ,
Seal of the State of Florida, S E 2, of N. <:
I to be held the first : >
on Tuesday after ;
I :
NEW WOMEN'S DORMITORY I the first Monday m November 1936 for at Tallahassee, the Capital .E. 1 4 ................ 29 43 28 50 E. S. Royer', ,.............. ....":'fY"J.,..... .;;;\; ... .,,
AT SOUTHERN COLLEGE ratification or rejection; said Section this the 1st day of August,j 'rest of ; (
-
3 of Article XIII as amended shall A. D. 1936. >
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read as follows (SEAL) West 3i; of S. >)

.. Lakeland, August 6 (FNS) .- I "Section 3. The respective counties R. A. GRAY, W. 34 N. E.

'When Florida Southern College op- I of the State shall provide in the man- I Secretary of State. I i% .........__........... 29 43 28 10 May K. Royer ..,.:.:'.:....'....: 1.76

ens its doors in September, the I West % of N; E. ._ 'I' :'. "

: $150,000 -----1 .4 ...................... 33 43 28 80 J. H. Cahill ............::.:::.... 6.49
, dormitory and class room L I
S. E. 4 of S. E.

building, begun in February, will be NOTICENotice !I I 34 of N. W. ,+ 5 44 28 10 Unknown ......................:.:. 1.06
completed and ready for
occupancy. \, N. W. 34 of N. E. .-
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,'. Twenty-dne' classrooms and dorm- 34 of N. W. V 8 44 28 10 Clifford Adams ....-........... 1.06

;. itory to accommodate 140 women is hereby given that the following described lands, or so I I West 'A of N. E. .

students, will comprise the few red much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes : % of N. E. % .

brick structure.Opening I herein set opposite to the same, together with costs of such sales and I of N. W. 34 ';-_ 8' 44 28 5 Olive B. Adams .............. 1.36S.

exercises for the college's advertising, will be sold at Public Auction on the Seventh day of Sep- W. 34 .............. 8 44 28 160 Nelson H. Tinklepaugh- .. .... '. 9.81

I*; fifty-second<< year will be held Sep' tember A. D. 1936, at the hour of 12 O'Clock Noon, at the Courthouse North 1h of N. W. "" ;

'' tember 16th. Door, in the City of. LaBelle, County of Hendry, and State of Florida. /a and S. E. 34 '

;I of N. W. i .... 21 44 28 120 Wm. Freeman ...:..-.:......... 8.00

: Government Lot ( .' t''q.c ., '
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: Mass Meeting to Discuss 1 ..__u......... ...... 6 .13 29 31 Unknown. .u......_.....:..:.:..u. ,c :15.68

Amount of Taxes Government Lot ..,. .: ;, ':{ .'

Hunting Season Limit Description of land ei en' Owner 2 Except a ',' .. ti"., ..-
) \ and Costs strip 222 Feet :,: ; '.,I-

.u y. r cS; 8 \Vide on East > ': f
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Side and Ex- ( t \
Moore Haven Democrat) ,
cept a strip ,
A mass meeting of tHe citizens of East K of S. E.
210 Feet wide
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fe .' '; Glades county will be held in' the of N. E. V : on West side u 6 43 29 37 :'l\Iattie' Burnette .....:........ 7.29 I

4. courthouse- ten o'clock next Wednesday and Beginning : Begin at S. W. : I
N. E. Corner of ., i .:!!f
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morning, August 10, fur the Corner of Government '
,p West Ms of S. .
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purpose of discussing, a proposed Lot 2, .
t E. % of N. E.
closed season on game through the '4 West 210 North to North .

: coming year or curtailment .of the Feet, South Boundry East
210 Fee .
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420 Feet, East .
South to Dank
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210 Feet. '

North 420 ',' CaloosahatcheeRiver
x ; J. M. GOUGE Westerly '
Feet to Beginning -
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n9. along Mean- ,
it
Counselor: and
Attorney at Law ; Also Be-
ders of River'I
ginning N. E. .
Hopkins Building to Point of Beginning -
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Corner S. E. U .
: Wedncsdajs and Satnrdajs West 667 Feet ............ 6 43 29 6 Olney' and T. H. O'Banion' 4.76

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I SECTION TWO CLBWISTOX, FLORIDA, ( .. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR }
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(CONTINUED FROM SECTION ONE) Subdivision V
Lots 13, 1.1 .... 4 43 29 Bryan, Keefe and Adams 3.80
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South 4 of East Block 42, Aiken ;
'4 of Govern- :
/ Subdivision
ment Lot 3 .... 6 43 29 10 Edith H. Brown ............... 2.43 Lots 21 to 23.. 4 43 '29 Unknown .... ..................._ 4.56 ;
West % of Gov- '-,
Block 42 AikenSubdivision !
ernment Lot 3.. '6 43 29 20 Frank Matusiak ........:....,... 2.80 V -

Government Lot : : I Lots 39, 40 _... 4 43 29 Unknown ... ... .................. 2.27
;' .
4 less Harding :< K- ; :
44
Block "Doty- -
Heights Subdi- -" ," ; ),:;;>:: Haynes" Subdivision : ,
vision, less: : .' Sec- ', V / ,,
Lots 132 178.. 6 13 ,, 29 40 Frank Matusiak .:..:-...:,::::.. 3.37 tion B., Lot 25 4 43 29 1!'. Watts HaN .......:......... 10.95... .

Harding Heights '; Block 45 Hedges
Subdivision, ." Subdivision ;
Lot 178 ............ 6 43 29 Miriam Haines ................ 1.52 Lot 16 ............ 9 43 29 Unknown ........................... 3.80 :
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Government Lots Block 49, West '" V V ..
5, 6, 7, ............ 6 43 29 114 Unknown ........__................ 8.06Government & Perry: C. IV V
Lot Hulls Subdivision V
8 ..__.................. 6- 43 29 40 Unknown. ................._::...... 8.06, Lots 9, 10 9 43 :29 Unknown .......................... 3.34
"..'-,' ,;- ," .. ,.... V n i { ', -
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West % of S. W. Block 50 and 51 ; ..
U of Govern- .. '': ',::. Hick p o cli e e
Ment Lot 9 .... 6' ',43 ;,:'29 5 Unknown ....:::.:.:...-....: :;... 2.27 Heights Subdivision V. '.. V .

Laura V. HullsSubdivision ......__...... 9 .13' 29 "
of : :. Block C, Lots 11, ',:. .

GovernmentLot 12 .................... 8. D. and Sophia Ha-
11 in Sec -V : boush ..........__............._.. 1.52

tion6 andGovernment Lot 13 .....__......... ,;.' ,.." .. Unknown ........--.--...:......... .92
.- Lots 28 to 30 .... ',;" ';" :. Nellie :Mcquarrie .............. .92
Lots 2, 3, 4, in .- Block D, Lot 22. .. :;: V ':'.. Unknown .......................... .92 I
,
Section 7, Lot Block: F, Lots 21, { i'H
I 15 and North 22Block's... ...,-;..- Unknown' ..........:......:.__.... ;1.22
360 Feet off 8 "LaBeTleHighlands '>. :'
Lot 16 ............ .1 43,\',29 .:, :' ':. H. C.. Thompson "..'.::',;..... ;; '4.67 Sub : ,. pa.fo

Laura V. Hulls. *- < JILY1jFSubdivision division, Lot 32 9 43 29 Unknown ....................-........ 1.52
ofGovernment .-
v v Block 63, LaBelle -
"* J J Highlands Sub- :
Lot 11 in Section v*. i division ............ 9 43 29 Unknown ...............: ....... 6.84

6 and :x a ,. ,, {, rGovernment 5- Block: 64, Manning V \? ; y.. \, '.:* ".'.
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Subdivision
Lots 2, 3, 4, in < r ; r. 1 : V Lot 3 ................ 9 43 29 Unknown .............:...:....:... 1.52

Section 7, Lot :Bio ok 72 Mann- :
19Laura .................... 43 29 Unknown ........................" ;4.84 ing Subdivision 9 43 29 8 Unknown ........_..........-u:::. 5.78
,
V -
V. Hulls V' ,. mocks 77, 78, 79, V"
Subdivision of ':. '. .: '.,..:w; 'f.: '... 80, LaBello !
; : :
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Government .) ; .' < Terrace ...._. 9 43 29 I
Section : '' V .. Claude E. Marble ............ .92
Lot 11 in .:: .. < ij Block B Lot 3 ....
6 and 'i : < ., .. ) Block G, Lot 9 .... ,:/. Unknown .......__................. .92 -=
Government V Vc' Block G, Lot 11 ..t. Unknown .......................... .92 .a
Lots 2, 3, 4, in ".5'' :Block H, Lot 9 'V .. P. D. Finck ............u__..... .92 ::
Section 7, Lot ,, -,. Block H, Lot 11 '.-.- ," P. D. Finck ---.......--.......... .92 P :3J
26 .43; .29-,. '? Tillie, Crawford; ..:: .:.. 4.23Begin Block H, Lot 20 ''.r :.:. Mary M. Boas .................. .92
528 Feet ,i Block 89 Goodnos "
North of S. E. X': .,. ,**v r_ Subdivision -.

Corner Lot 32, ft, V.J.X .*,3.;".t', a- Lot 1 .....___..._.... 9 43 29 Unknown .......T............:.... 1.52
West 528 Feet Block 95 Goodnos .. V V: -<

North to River Subdivision .__... 9 43 V 29'8 W. E..W'oodo...........:....:... : } 6.54 2}

Northeast ]Block 103, "Sha,0, .
: .
erly along River dow LawnCourt" ;. .
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to Point Subdivision : V:
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North of Beginning V V Block B .. : .
South'' _* Lot 8 ..........m 4V" 43 ""29 Oliver 'H. Adler ___...:.:.. .;.<'-'.V 2.1211Shadow
to Beginning; ,.', : ; : V Lawn ; : ,. "" ,
33 in <..:' : '
Also Lot < Cv Court" Subdivision ..
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L. V. HullsSubdivision a :* :: '
;: : Block BLot ..
ofGovernment -, W t. 13 "f' 43:: 29 ,Hugh Sheppard ...... ....:..:> .: 1.82
huuuhd .
j \I ; -". .. "-. ": '. ',' '. :, .n r "', ,' [Block 107 ;"Palm-- -' :; -- : ".-' :;- ." ,;..-. .. .

I Lot 11 .............. 7 43 29 t15 Unknown :.... :.:.r.'r: '. ;:' .. 6.94 Heights" Block o
"City of LaBe1Ie" ;: B. Lot 10 ..__.... 9 '43 29 Geo. A. LaClair ........:....... 1.52
Sections 4, 5 ; i' 4n ; 1; f: .i Block 111, Lots :'. l" q '.... '" =

4329, 1 to 30 ............ 9' 43' 29 Unknown ..........:..:....:: ;....;.._ 3.50
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Subdivis-- V .
"Byrds ; "',. .: Block 112, Lots .
ion of Goodnos .I: :. .- ; 1 to 30 .......... 9 ,,43 29 Unknown ...-...............:.....:.'- 3.50
Subdivi s i o n"V.. .. Block 113, Lots ':-. ,:' lip / :
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Block 1, Lots .' ""';' .'0'" '': '; :" I' :, .. 1 to 30 ....__...... 9 43 29 Unknown .__..:....:....:.:........ 3.50
8 (0,12 inclusive '. : .: ]Beginning 5 0 -. !- V .
.................. 4"43. 29 Unknown ........................... 4.70 Feet West and .' Ii : ;'. ?"-:. t ". '
Lots 13. 14 ..__...: C. E. Mcafee __.__................. 5.48 25

Block to 2.,. .Lots.. 4 .: .., : '.'. V '.F.- Watts Hall ....... :-.. :.- .;: 5.83 of of N. : <; : '

Block 72, Lots:.8.t

Goodnos 14 vision 5, Lots__...of.V 38 Subdi-Block, 40",':,:i:":'.; :'':,-,.,.". ".'" .,'r.. :May;. Byrd Smith ....:,.:....".,'.;;'.',......- 4.26 Feet Feet Feet Feet,,,if ;tt-i:,> ''%J+ :;::; ; ; i;.,," : A ;' : '.-+-I :



Less 50 Feet ( ping ................ 5 : '43' '...29'-'R-.t- { .,,,.L.r: Hen ricl\sOlEstate': .. ',-- ..13.05
on East end .... 4 43". 29 Unknown ......................:.... 20.39 I Beginning 755 -' .. .- .. ; ; :
Goodnos Subdi- .'..' Feet'South and '. :' :;.v;>-:i-./-T: { ., V ,., = .-tII
V "
vision of Block : ';., : 830 Feet West .. .. .. : ::-:" ;;:' .: V :
6 'Vest 2, Lots .. ", '. of N. E. Corner ,
18, 19 ............... 4 43 29 Unknown ...............::::....... 3.34 of Government *--.} :' : : i
$
Goodnos Subdi- -, :. ? ;::;i ; ;: : : .i '
,; '.'- .:' .' : Lot 3, West R : ( :: ; ;, 1"1
vision of' Block ,. V :" 120 Feet _, ??? : ( ?; I -
West 'x, Lots. /: North to Riveer r' ; .
24 to 26 .......... 4 :43 29. Unknown ::..'::...:.......:.... ..: .! '\. 3.34 East along ,. f.t::: ;.'J' ,. c I .:..,
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Goodn09 Subdi- ; ; ;: River to Point ; V; ,

'i vision of Block :<':<. ,- North of Begin- ;::\ 2 L i )f ;" :
6 S. E. 1,4, Lots ; .t.r'r.;: .
t .: ) ping, South to : :w -. .
3 to 7 ..__.......... 4 43 29 Unknown ............................. 3.31: Beginning ......... 5*.....4329 ,,_ ., ..Unknown. .m'-.m.,.. ,. "... 15.93 Q)
Jones and Lara- '" Riviera Vista Subdivision ,__ ... ::. :" '. <:;'; ; .
bees Subdivision of East .' ,:;' .::,.'.. .
of Block 7. :..JI 14 Acres of ,_ :' .:'-c'.
-- :
I Block A, Lots 3 Government :..
to 20 inclusive.. 4 43 29 Lillian J. Miller .......... .:... 3.61 Lot 1, Block : o

Block 8 West %.. 4 43 29 Unknown ...:................::.... 1.67 P, Lot 1 .......... 5 43 29 Annie Wair :..........:.......... 2.42
Block 8, West ',4of Riviera VistaSubdivision V .
East 1h .....:... 4 43 29 C. E. Mcafee ...........:......... 1.97 of -
Block 16, Lots 8, -- East 14 Acres VV ,

9' ...................... 4 43 29 Unknown .......................... 1.22 of Government V '
Block 16, Lot 10 4 43 29 Norman WArriner __.......... 1.12 Lot 1 Block :... V '
Block -16, Lot 11 4 43 29 Unknown. .......................... 1.22 F, Lot 2 ......... 5' 43 29 c. Louise McCowin Coakley 2.42 I -
Beginning 5 0 .
"Howards Addi -
Feet North of .-f, ; I' tion" A Subdi- V ,.. .
S.V.. Corner y. : : vision of 4 Ao ,0,; : ._ V -
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of Block 23 ,' s-. ... '. '
.:.> res in West .
North 85 Feet, :.'?.. >,f.: Part of Govern-* V
East 180 Feet, '. : ,,, .. ..c-r:. kIt:' ment Lot 1-
South 135 J-:: ; ;'. ;,, :, ;' : ; Block A, Lot 5. 5 43 29. Minnie Hammock: ............ 2.72
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Feet, wes 50 : y '. V : -, ,: ,.-.t... .. ,, ,"Lynn II i glh .
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Feet, North 50'r. ..::$" ... \: Point" Subdi- -
Feet, West 130 :' -
> / vision, Beginn-
Feet to Begin"V ing at a Point .
fling .................. 4 43 29 W. H. Reynolds -............. 5.H'East 50 Feet Westof .
'h of Wes A Point 785 ,, ,
JA3 ofN.Eb. Test South of ,
of lllock 23 .... 4 43 29 Jennie ClarkUnknown ...............:.... 4.14 N. E. Corner '
Block 29 .............. 4 43 29 .......................... 6.24 of Section 5, V
lllock 30 .............. 4 43 29 J. T. Murphy ........:........... 6.24 South 235 Feet,
lllock 32 ........____.. 4 43 29. Unknown .......................... 4.72 West 150 Feet, V '
W Block 37 High- M South 300 Feet, ,
land Heights : West 300 Feet, V
Subdivision, '\ North 535 Feet,
Lots 8, 9. ........ ,4 43 29 O. H. and Jennie King .... 1.82 East 450 Feet -
Block 41, Bush ... Block 1, Lots
Subdivision 1, 2, ................ 5 43 29 R. N. Miller .................... 20.18
Lot 1 .............. 4 43 29 J. M. Magill ...................... 1.52 "Lynn H'igh
lllock 41 BushSubdivision Point" Subdi-

vision, Beginning '
Lots 17,18.... 4 43 29 J. M. Magill .................... 2.27' at a Point
lllock 42, Aiken ;;- 50 Feet West


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of A Point 785 Beginning 132
I Feet South of Feet South of
N. E. Corner N. E. Cornerof
of Section 5, S. E.J,4 of ..
South 235 Feet, S. E. *i of S. .. ..1
West 150 Feet, w.J,4 of N. E. :
South 300 Feet, U, South 66 :. .\l
West 300 Feet, Feet, West 330 I

'- North 535 Feet, .', -,. Feet, North 66
East 450 Feet, Feet, East 330 ,
Block 2, Lots .. .r'::."':'. Feet to Beginning : -
21; 22 .............. 5 43 29:. .. Unknown. ;:.':":...':....?.......:. ..... 8.76 ................ 17, 43 29 ".5 Unknown .......................... 4.22
'LaJBelle Park", .,' >. East % of 1 Acre
A Subdivision I ::' : : Run East and
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of, Beginningat :. : >'.:. .- West across -. \
Point 1347 < ).-< > ,- .': of ,. '


of Feet 1748 N.South Feet E. Corner West and !" : ? -;' "" : ;_ : S. E.S.of Vi W.Vi S.... '17 43 2//<';: :':Unknown! ::; ; f.. ;] ,2.72J


: West South Section 892 Feet 1301 5,, ; : -" ";' -i '(' so :li:%W.S.less W.V4 Vi. 'zi ;1j 1r,-;:.:,>. -


Feet, East 1552 :.: ::. : /:'" Run V '- V .
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Feet, North ,
..: : ... :. ::. ', .-::. : West ,
-; :..,- 892 Feet, West '. ;. '. .:/; .:;..:.:)}: .-.> :.:.: :: .' Across South ,: .' .' .,"" ; :.. : ''-' '
660 Feet _: Side"Luckejs.................: 17 43 29 4.5 .' '
J : ; ' Unknown .....:.::.........:::.. : .: 3.47
North Feet : .
660
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Subdivision" '
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'. 'rl....." to Point of Be- : ..'. ,, of East V VV .' ; .
ginning, Block : : '. Va ofN'.r./ ,. '. : .... ..;
"" ," 2, Lot 6 .......'... 5 43 29' Elizabeth: G. Wolford ...:.. 6.02 of X. b:. Vi ..._. 17 43 29 ..:, ..: }..

"'":""".':, "LaBelle Park", "''''''':.;., . > Block 1, Lots 10, ,.: _
;'", ;:-r" ." ,; A Subdivision : j.\ : 11Block .................. \ .' D. L. McLaughlin ....:...::- 1.22
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; :.: ;' of, Beginningat ) :,;.: .: ; ": : '?::.:i'.t;: : 1, Lots 12, ';' .
: Point 1347 "'''&:" .;... '- '' .......,.:._ 13Block .................... 1.. Ray C. Hull .................... 1.22 .
Feet South and ,F ..: : .:: > 1, Lots 14, V -
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1748 Feet West .::" : -.:: :".;;.... V 15Block .................... UnknownUnknown ................._........ 1.22

r of N. E. Corner ; '<"" : f.x a : .. '. i. -; .. 2, Lot 20 i .......................... .92
Section 5, : :j' : : Block 3, Lots 14, -

West 892 Feet, '- :V"_.':;;,:; .. -' .. '. : :: 15Block' .....--............. Ray C. Hull .........:-........:.. 1.22
South 1301 -iI' V ._ :".:;. VV: f : : :' 4, Lots 1, .

Feet, East 1552 2, 12, 13 ........ Granville '. .
Crawford : ....... : .'.79 _
I Feet, North : t t : : ; "Favoi( Subdi'r'; ..
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I 892 Feet, West .
= V vision" of East .. ..
660 Feet ..'\\I>....., .. T" .. ...,. '." \ '. J. : .
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V of N. W. 1A'
North 660 Feet : ._; of X. E.: VI ... 17 -. -
r 't w 43 29 '
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to Point of Beginning ::;. ; : 1 k i: \ South 80 Feet off ;

Block Lot 4 -........:.... ----- .............................. 1.46
o 4, Lots 12, 13.. 5 :43 2'9 : '... Lenora' C. KO'pp" : ..:::;:-...:. 6.02 Lot 5 ........-.......--' Mary Cochran .................. ..49

"LaBelle Park", .". . .-. : > : .: I South % Lot 30 Franklin Wilkinson ........ .92
A Subdivision ." : :':'.: ', -- Lot 57Lots ................ '. C. C. Cochran .....__......... .49
of, Beginning 9, 10, ;
at Point 1347 ; "Booths Sub- -.. .. ... w. .r, .' :. "
Feet South and :: : i division" East : -V ;. '
T ... V-.V,' :". .:.; :, V:.,: V
1748 Feet West % of N. % : ', .-.
( Jt7 I :. ty; ; .'. .r J ..'.
of N. \\ Vi of 'f. =; "
OJ) of N. E. Corner /.I ; ; ar : : < : '. ''tN. ..'}': j\
Section 5, ; E. andNorth '
: r of S. ;;
= West South 892 Feet 1201, 'f." """ 1Jt- :,-. '-.:' W. X : N. W. .t .;: ,:,, :. '/ :, :; /< g.

o :a Feet, East 1552 ; ** *? ." ;-l Ji of N. i:. Vi .. 1-7 ,' 43 .29,;.' C.'.C.: .Cochran: ......:.___..... .,.;3:32.:
Feet, N o r t h 'if Y; ik/ Lots 24 to 30 ;,.
892 Feet, West "Booths Subdivision" .
Q) 00 660 Feet East $
or North 660 Feet .. :: ./ .'., :"':}, ::.:.:f/; Vis of N. W. Uof
to Point of Beginning r 1i.=: :,.\-!, -: : N. W. U of Y ...
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Block ". ", ::', .:, ':;" N. E.JA and
\* 4, Lots 17 to 24 5 43 29 Lenora. Kopp -'..h.o :...L.... 6.77 I North % of S. f,:.
Andrews Addition W. Vi of N. W.V4 .
t-3 % to LaBelle Park 43 29 of N. E. % ..17 43 29r f ..C..C.' Cochran 4.84;

Block 8, Lots 12, V. V< Lots 1, 2, "Royal '
',;_ 13, .............__.._ '...Unknown ___.........nn.......... 1.22 Palm Estates 1 k
Block 8, Lots 24, V V : No. 1 Subdi -,

25 ......-..--......_ Unknown} ........................._ 1:22Block vision" of West
= '. 9, Lots 10 % of West V4
to 15 ......--........ .. Unknown .--..--..........:......... 1.97Block of N. E. % of ;
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p M 9, Lots 16, N. W. Vi Except
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17Block ......__.......___.. : C. J. KirkUnknown ........--.........--... '1.22 2 Acres ..17 43 29.. Lenora C. Kopp :..:.;':: _..... .;. :, :.. 3.02 _
) 9, Lot 22 ...--..................... .92 Lot 3, Royal
Government Lot .... Palm Estates :
6 ___.........--.....-.. 5 43 29 39 H. Stannard Estate. .......... 11.87Lot ; No. 1 Subdi ; (: :J
i 1 160 Feet by vision" of West : ;
: ; : *. t
= 25 Feet in "Av-:; ..r _. : ', ,:,:-: .'. J U of West J/2 : j'! tltI
alon Place" ..:; : ,., -::.. .. of N. E. iof .
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of N. W. Vi Except ;

:3o: Lat 1 of East : : !;: #ly :.M ; I I 2 Acres ..17 43' 29 .Carrie: Yeager .........:. '.:..; > : 3.02
of N. E. & .. 8 43 29 UnknownN '..: "----- ;; ":_ 3.94 Lots 44 to 48, Royal '

V = '''. A Subdivisiqn Heights, ... .;:,.' ; r. .,.' ... .. < '" I Palm No. Estates 1Subdivision" 'j-, ;: : > ,; ;J: : iifH}
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of Lots 10 11. :: :; ;F-cV:; of ..
+-- : of East % of N. ." .':: .; '. : ..... .'" .......-.. .... ._ ,. ... -1i'.! .. J.',;-...',,. :YO;;'.:'. ',.... :. .',,'"-'

.:' E. tt .. 8 43 29. .': .: J.' 'W.. Gallagher. '.' '''. ;,'':''. 2.12 I West of N. EL
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Qd <: lmont." Subdivision 14OfNW
o f V ,. Except 2 Acres 17 43 29 Lenora C. 'Kopp 3.02
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"'d West VS: of X. Lot 8, "Royal

E.14 ..........._... 8 43 29. Palm Estates ',
Block 1, Lot 9 .... W. D. Hoffman ..-.=...-....-.-_ .02 No. 5 Subdivision '
= Block 5, Lots 3, i of West a ; f'

4 ...................... W. D. Hoffman _............... 1.22 % of West % .
.: Block 7, Lot 1 ..._ E. T. Lindsey................. -.92' of S. W. U of ,
Block 11, Lot 14 Annie Muller .................... .92 S. E % ... 18 43 29 ; r wwr< H> Cassels ..:.. ..... 2.72
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Block 12, Lot 1 E. T. Lindsey ..:............... .92 Block 3", Lots 13, :: y': 'n.. -

Block 12, Lots ; 14, Royal --
23, 24 V E. T. Lindsey .................. 1.22 Palm Estates ,
o Block 15, Lots 1, ', ,"V" V ; : 11: 7 Subdivision ;. ;
2 Amanda and Alsada Edwards of West ;;

-. ___...n.................... 1.52 % of East 'h of ,. ; V
Block 16, Lot 2.. .". Unknown u.............-.......... .92 S. W. W of S.

, Block 16, Lots . : .. E. 'i ... IS 13 29. ,Unknown .' .............:. ,, ?5.02.
1 -- .:" .......... ... .. > ". ', /' \' ,
10, 11 C. A. Hiers ..:: ... 1.22 "E\ ( 13'u Teirnce" ..:.-:

: Block 16, Lot 24 t UnknownGrace ...--..................... .92 A Subdivisionof ., ;: ....:..: ..: ....
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Block 17, Lots V 0. : .. S. E. VI of (. .. ": ...:
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I 1 to 4 / : >. ... Fogg .........:............ 1.22 S. 1l's .......: 18 ,13' 29 ''!,,/'
n' 0' Block D, Lots 1 ., ; : :, Lot 22 ................ Geo. A. Velie Co. ......__..:. .92 (
:: to 4, "Engle- .' ." .r,-l .. .' Lot 66( .__.u.......... *. Geo. A. Velie Co. .:.......... .92
il'U wood Terrace", .,: Lots 11C to 119 ; Geo. A. Velie Co. .........:.. .92
a Subdivision -. Lot 160 Unknown .......................... .92
I: of East % of Lot 162 .............. .V ..... .. ... Geo A. Velie Co. ............ .92
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>' I .R'. W. H of 'r.. : ;' Lot 215 Geo. A. Velie Co. ............ .92
North % of S. 7. Lot 228.............. '; : Geo. A. Velie Co. .._._....... .92
f r E. i .. 8 43 ..29.,' 3*iR. 0.a'd.ght.! of .dray, .. 5.30 I'' Lot 229 :f' Louise P. Abott ..-..- : .92
Block D, Lots 9 :"" "' .y....;....".I'.J: ". .>;\ '>-;::-.. Beginning at s-: ; :>:" .C":::: : !"
I to 38, "Eiigle- V : V .:. ... ", Point 190 Feet -
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wood Terrace"' V ..... ,. :..' 'V South of N., W. .,: ':', i" -
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a Subdivision .. .. : :: .' Corner N.V'. --a--' ;
of East % of : ..i'I. H, East 210 ,
S. tt of V ; Feet, South ;....
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I 'ortY: % of S. ...:.? }T:: ,' -""' ;7.. > :- ,'>.":"'''1 '..,,. .S : 210 Feet West V ? .. -'

I E. */i .............. 8"43 29",:":" "Raihoad: Right" ''VofVway':, .. 24.94 210 Feet, {i;: <; I'i 4 : { ,
North of S. E. V '- North 210 Feetto ; z 'i;; .",;
4ofN.W.'K Beginning ,. 18 43 29 --.1: .Hairy W. Fleminc *::...:.... -t.:; .. :,1_q..3.86. ,
and North % ... N. E. 'i of S. W.J4 ..' .. -
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and S. E. % of except .4.8 ':. :.. : {
S.W.4ofN.W. Acres in N. E. I '. '.. .'.. ." : ..
U ..?...._ 12 43 29 150 Carrie Slieeley......:.:........ IS.45 Corner and N. .', '.:;.-'.: r,
i i.Y iN. E.J,4 of N. E. '.. W.Ji of S. E. V '. '. '

'tofN.W.3i : J,4 ...................... 18 43 29 75 Mrs. Wii. Messer ...........: 6.69
and North U West V of West :
V \
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of S. E.JA of .V' '. V '!:. u..m.. 6. 44 29 137 Fred A. Galbraith .......... !9.51 ;I ,
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N. E.J,4 of N. I All West of Railroad I ,
\ 1J,4 14 43 29 15 Lee Yeomans --::.................__ 3:94 Right of .' .
East \'z of S. E. Way Except 1 ..
Vi of N. E. % Acres ................ 24 44. 29 479 Ctandaid Lumber Company -

of N. E. *i 14 43 29 5 Unknown .......................... 1.52. ........................__.... 153.60
South % and N. '. 5 Acres in N. W.
I E. % and Corner of N.

: South % .of N. W.J.4 of S. E.H .
I "W. % and N. (110 Yards
E. H of N. W. East and West -

J/i ...................... 16 43 29 600 Geo. R. Geary, Adminis- X 220 Yards -
trator ......................:::... 93.30 North and '
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SECTION TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS! PAGE THREE

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South) .. ............ 17 45 29 5 Unknown ...... .................__ 3.02 S. W' i of S.
W. / of S. W.'h .
All that Portion
and East % ,
of S. E. 14 of
of S. E. ',t of
S. E. M of N. 0-
S. E.4ofS. :
E.J4 Lying
,\11. .............. 10 43 33 20 Unknown .......................... 8.48
West of High- \
;y .................. 20 45. 29 8 Unknown .......................... 2.42 East %. of N. B. '
w ?. ......m..... 20 45 29 160 Hurd L. ,Reeves .............. 5.52S. 1i of S. W. ? .. 11 44 33 20 Nom D. Goff .................... 3.94

W. 14 of S. 'V. "J incon Square '
14 and South Park Xo. 1" '

V of N. W. Mi. Subdivision of .
of S. W. 14 and .:. t East Y.l .....__..... 3;) 47 33 '
North % of S. Block 14, Lots \;

E. '4 of S. E. 30, 31 ............ Clifford Tilman ................ 1.22
14 Less 2 Acresin Block 15, Lots -
N. E. Corner 29 to ,18 ........ Unknown --.....--................. 1.97
and S. E. 14 mock 16, Lots .

of S. E. 14 of ;. x' 36, 37 ............ J. P. and Sallie Weaver __ 1.22 M1

S. E. 14 .......... 27 45 29 88 Hurd L. Reeves ::.:; :....... 6.51 Block 55, Lots
Beginning N. E. ...- S ," .;'r,' '" .- 11, 12, 37, 38 Unknown .........:................ 1.22
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Corner S. E. 11 ,.: ; "J.JJlcoln Square
of S. E. 14 .< ', Park :No.Subdivision. 2"
West 140 of'

Yards, South ", S _"' West % of ..._ 35:: ,17 33

70 Yards, East ,. ,, ,;_,:, Block 1'8, Lot 30; Daisy McElwain ....:......... .92 I
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140 Yards, ..' ;: :- mock 18, Lots
North 70 Yards .: S 38, 39 ............ Remmel' Griffin .............. 1.22 I
to Beginning .... 27 45 29 2 John Nee ::.......:...........;::.. 2.89 Block 25, Lot 8 Homer Stevenson ............ .92
.' : : :, Block 36, Lots
West % of N. E. ,
14 of S. E. 14 .. 28 45 '29 20 A. M. Lowery ..... ...L. ....:...\''_ 1.97 I 25 to 27 .......... t.,,: _. Mary Toney ;..................:.. 1.22
-.4.'. / "GarfelcI! Park" ; SI .... ..'
947 / )
Beginning ; < : '
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Feet West of .r....: :."...". r. s.: 1.:( ".': .I. "r: w, I Subdivision of .
Highway of 14 l' ., ." ',._ ,"-': .j,;a,\.. '. ; .,' I I X. E.4 ........_.. 9 48 33-
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Section Line 0: ,.< .'. ,> :. ,.'. < Block 6, Lots -
of N. E. 14, ) 21, 22 ....__...... 'V'm' J. Trapp .................. 1.22.

Run West to ''F_ Block 20, Lots .
S. W. Corner 41, 42 ............ ,. .. Roy Hines ........................ 1.22
Block 22 Lots .:. ;.
of N. W. U of :.
N. E. 14, North 1, 2.- -":;. R. F. Anderson .::...:....... 1.22
to Section ;y Block 26, Lot 48 :'.-' '.'- Unknown ....................___... .92
Line, East to ? Block 38, Lots = ;: : .

0 j Highway .y 3 }, 37, 38 ............ Mary. Mack .........;............ 1.22
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South 846 Feet Block 8 Lots 1 : ." ,
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I to 5 Ford Center .",: ,', S ) "
Along High .
way, S. W. 947 k Subdivision ...::.. .: ; : ',' E. *3;

Feet, South 474 of N. 'V.J,4 ...... 10 48' 33"Unknown. .................:........ .. 1.82

Feet to Point Beginning 610 .
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of Beginning .... 29 45 ..":' 29 60 L: C.. Sumner Estate:.:..;:-i.:.t-; 7.27 Feet East ; Jttr i "

S. W. 14 of N. E. . -..,. 275 feet 1.LL.jC< ; jit, fi : ; { .
14 and S. E. % :: < .' of S: W. ; : .
of N. W' 14 .... 34 45 29 80 Unknown ....................-.:..... 6.84 er Section ICI ; ;
South la of S. E. .: North 100 f'

'4 ...................... 34 45 29 80 Unknown .................:.:. .:.. 5.53N. Feet, East 130 --- .,;":' c1E
W. ,4 of N. E. --. -. __, : .:J Feet, South ,:'r a
.. _/ :, : :-., 100 Feet West ',' .... "' "' .. t./ ,
% and N. W. : : '' : : <', : ,: .' '.< :
'4 of N. E. ,4 .,' : 130 Feet to f." ': : : S = 5 :
of N. E. ',4 and .. : .:-- Point of Begin- ',' .. ':" -, ..\. ',: IId/
S. W. ',4 of N. :' : ', ". '" fling ..........__...... 14 43 34. .5 L. L. Lowe :...::.:: ....::....f;:- ;.. ; 3.92N. o
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Wv % and .. : .. ,' E. or N. E. ; \ '; : r
South '* of S. ,: .;', ;"-' '4 of S. W. '4 .. 23 43 34 10 Carl D. Johnson '....: :... :. ';' (- 4.42 >
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E. '4 of N. W. \ ,- ., S. E. '4 of N. W. .

?4 ...................... 16 43 30 116 Unknown ....... ....... .... .: 10.16 of S. E. ;4 __ 23 '46 34 10 Unknown .............::......:..... 6.12S.
North 2, and ,' .." E. ? of S. E. ..
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South % of S. 14 of S. W. ;4 ..23 43 34 10 Unknown .....:...........:.......: 6.12 Ao

W. 4 ........__...... .22 47. 31 400 Fla. Timber: Lands Corp.' 17.50N. Hast % af East % -. .- .." .
\V. ?if or N. E. of S. E. '4 of .
1.4 Lying South N. W''. % and .'' : :-

of Highway... 7. 43 32 2p Unknown .__.__.................... 4.72 East,2 of N. E. ... S..' .' =
:it. E. 4 of N. ,V. ;4 of N. W. ;4 .. 24 43 34 30 Clewiston. Corp. .. ............... : 18.80 S

?{ ...................... 6 44 32 40 J. C. Woolr.idge ....__........ 6.54: East 1,2 af N. E. S = CD ;
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S. W. '4 of N.oW. '4 of N. W. '4 .. 1 4'1 34 20 Ernest H. May .....:..:.:...;: 5.94 opasj 5'

?4 ...................... 6 44 32 40 H. E. Woolridge .............. 6.54 East. % of N. W. ,
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S. W. 1.4 of N. E. 1of N. 'V. .. 13 44 .34 20 George 'Vuest ...............:... 5.94

/d ...................... 6 44 32 40 ,F. T. "oolridge ............... 6.54 East % of N. W.'S : .
North % of N. VI.i S ,4 of N. E. '4 .. 17 44 34 20 Edw. l\I. Sturgis .: ....:..._ 7.07 : ..
i ,t ?4 and East 'ti ;:: > West % of S.'V. :;. ;_...:' cS .., of N. E. v and ,. or N. E.d ..17 44 34 20 Robert H. Shields :..:.....:.... -. 7.07

North % or s. ', -. '.'. East % of S. E. S .. ;'j
V. ],40 I and S. W. 0'i.- -.:. .... ,-c: '4 of S. E. '4 .. 29 44. 34 20 Nora D. Goff .'.........:-..-...:..., ',. 4.26 Ijd U
., N. \-V ].4 of N. W. : ;" '
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do S E. I,i of :. '4 of N. E. V S ''. .- =

S. E. ; ............ 6 44 32 320 Unknown ..;. .....:: ....::...:.. 25.09 and S. E. '4 of
S S
South % and N. ;" S. W. '4 of S. Ir 4E

E. ;4 and East p /:': -, ., 1/ ......__........ 1 .45 34 20 A. R. Stewart ..........;::...:. .. 6.84N. c
lh of N. W. 4 8 44 32 560 Unknown ....____...-L...:.;...__. 38.81 E. '4 of N. E.. \
East M of S. E. : A: ': :. I '4 of N. W '4.. 1 45 34 -Unknown ......__..__... .. ... .:: 3.58S. .-
'4 and N. W. .:,, '::". i E. ': of N. E. "- )

?4 of S. E. ? .. 22 44 '32 120 Unknown ........................:..i' 9.S-9 I J,4 of N. "'. '4 .. 1 45 34 10 S. A. Owens .................... 3.58N.
South /2 of N. E. I E. '4 of S. E.

'4 and N. E. % '-11 ;4 of S. W. '/ .. 1 45 34 10 W. G. Gordon .........__....... 3.58N. 00f aOJ
of N. E. % ..___. 22 44 32 120 Unknown ..:........._..:..:....... 9.89. W. '/ or s. W.
North h of N. W'. ;, .,:,;..:. '4 of S. W. 4.. 1 45 34 10 J. H. Dirren ..__.............m. 3.58 1
J,4 and N. W. V&S East % of N. E.

of N. E. '4 ...... 22 44 32 120 Edith Gillman ..........::.:...: 9.89 '/ of N. W. '4 .. 5 45 34 20 S. Pickman Mann Estate 4.26 )
N. 'Vof S. W. ". East 1h of S. '''''. Y
'/ and North % : of N. W. %. .. 5 45 34 2p Chas. A. Camalier .......... 4.26 kQ
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of N. E. ?4 of J' .'t West % of S. W: -. : ,. .

s. 'V. ',4 ...__..... 32 '44 32 60 Unknown ..,......,... ....:..-...: 8.66 '4 of S. E. % .. 5 45 34 20 J. W; Rhodes ..............__:: 4.26
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N. E. ui of S. E. '. .f'i. / East ',2 of N. D. : ':

% __.................... 32 44 32 40 S. L. Spicer .__..-..::...:..::.- ;: 6.54 'i or s. E. '4 __ !9 45 34 20 Minnie Doetcher ............:: :c 4.26
S. E. Vof N. W. :--"' ."-r\,,:_> S. E. ]/ of N. W.'

], __...........__....:... 34 44 32 40 Unknown ..:......n....:.:.:..:... 3.50 1 '4 of- N. E. % ._ 13 45 34 10 Chas. A. Camalier ...........:' 3.58 I
Block 8, Lots 25, ;: ;,. S. W. VofS.B. ,-
26, "Provi- ::,' % of N. E. U .. 13 45 34 10 R. F. Lownes ...:.............. 3.58
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dente City Sub- >,'::(":- East J/j of N. E. -:,'

division" of S. '. : '; v' % of N. W.J4 .. 17 45 34 20 D. C. Williams ..............;: 4.26
W. U and West ., ', '7"-" :' : East % of N. W. =
% of S. E. li .. 34 44 32 W. M. Bradley. ..__..:..::.:::;.. 2.42 J/4 'of N. W.J4 .. 17 45 34 20 Unknown m..m....._ 4.26 ) -

hV-. Block 27, Lot 11, ::" '_ :,:,' West % of N. E. '.
"Providence ," ,,,:.:- U of S. E. % .. 17 45 34 20 Unknown ........................... 4.26
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City Subdivision" '.' I. ', ''''c. ":. West % of N. W.
of S. W. ': ': %i of S. E. Vt .. 17 45 34 20 Grant C. Misner ..:........... 4.26
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14 and West 14 ; '" >-; _, 5' ; West U of S: W. <
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of S. E. '4........ 34 44.r 32, "v Nancy :Mitchell.-: : 2.42 U of S. E. ',4 .. 17 45 :34 20 Peter H. Hoener ......._.... 4.26
Block 4- Lots 21 West % of N. W. \"

to 30, "Gar- % of N. E. ',4 .. 21 45 34 20 John Hovendon ................ 4.26
field City Sub S. E. % of N. W. -

division of S. E. .'/,; : :"" 3 Vi of N. E. ',4 ..25 45 34 10 Jacob Fruch .................... 2.74
Ji of N. E. % S. E. % of N. W. '
"r ., 1'
and East 14 of r--'r' ; % of S. W. % .. 25 45 34. 10 Geo. G. Renneker ............ _' 2.74
s'Y' "
S. 1;. 14 ............ 34 44 ; 32 : Unknown ....... 2.72 North 14 of West ..
Block 5, Lots 21 J/j ofN.E.4 -

to 24, "Garfield of N. E. 5/4 ..... 33 45 34 5 W. T. Little .................... 1.52 I
City Sub V -5"- S. W. U of S. W.

division" of S. :"'.. >.';','"<, "'.-;;M.' .;', .... h. 's\.': .',J..,:.", ..,. "-"::;', I I % of N. W. U .. 1 46 34 10 .N. Scott ..........'A'...:.............. 2.74S. j
E. 14 of N. E.' 1.t" '
: E.
E. H of S.
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14 and East 14 ::.,.! .:- <' -' ; < .... ': :'- 1 54 of N. E. 1,4.. 146 34 10 L. B. Fox :...................... 2.74 I I "

of S. E.4 ........ 34 44 ,-' 32 :" -. .'.:'Annie, Collington<:.:::.....:..... 2.72 S.W./of S.E. -S S I

V. E.li of N. E. I U of S, W. M .. 1 16 34 10 Unknown ..........:............... 2.74
14 and S. W. 14 1 West % of N. W. S I

of N. E.i of I U of S. E. K .. 13 4C 34 20 William Mayfield ............ .4.26
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East 14 of .N. V of N. W. U ..25 46 34 20 Margaret S. Dwyer ...___.... 4.26
W. 14 of N. W. West tt of S. E. I II A

14 and N. W. '4 of N. E. *4 .. 25 46 34 20 Abram S. Woodward ........ 4.26
14 of N. W. 14 Sj "Townsite o f I
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& H of N. W. 14 2, ....__................ 10 43 34 Anna M. Hopkins .....__..... 2.50
of N. W. 14 .-.... 35 45 32 85 Stafford Lucltey .............. 6.17 Block 27, Lots 1,

N. E. >i of N. E. 2, ...................... 10 43 :31 Anna M. Hopkins -............ .. 1.74
14 of' N. W. 14 .. 35 45 32 10 Unknown .......................:..; 1.22 Block 139, Lot 12 10 1334 Cora A. Keller .................., 1.18
East 14 of S. W. Block 139, Lot 13 10 43 34 E. J. Keller ...__..........__... 1.18
14 of S. W. 14 Block 160, Lots

of S. E. 14 and 25, 26 .............. 10 43 34 The Clewiston Company.. 2.50
West % of S. 1 Block 167, Lot 5 10 43 34 Herbert H. Goldstein ...... 1.18
W. 14 of S. W. Block 167, Lots

14 of S. E. 14 16 to 19 ........ 10 43 31 Unknown .......................... 3.02
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Clcwlston Company 2..0'1 1-1 .................... 15 43 34 1". D. Martin .................. 1.48
Z5, :6 .............. 10 43 34 The -- .
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Block .175 Lots ., F. L. Williamson ............ 12.40 2, ::3 .................. 15 43 3i J. W. Troeger ...:....:.."...... 16.20
..u, 90 .............. 10 s43 34 ;
: Block 369, Lot 15' 43 34 Mrs Little John .....__: ... 3.10 Let The
mock 173, Lot ............ 7.43 Block 369 Lots
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Block In, Lot Unknown .......................... 1.48 Block. 369, Lot
24 ...................... 1G 43 34 34 J. V. Sh'asky' ....un............ 1.18 17 ...._............... Hi 43 34 Charlotte E. horn .......... 1.48
Block 176, Lot 2 10 43 r26 Block 369, Lot '

Block 176, Lot 4' Unknown .......................... 1.48 24 ..................., 15 .43 34 L. M. Harding "".""."'...._ 1.48
... Lot- 10 43 l. Block 371, Lot 1 15 43 34 P. B. Lord ..........:........... 1.18 VS"
Block -176, ......... H. .F. Conway.............. NE
sl(; .......,.,..,........ 10 43 34 Tom SkQIly ............. : ..7.43r Block Block 374 378,, Lot Lot 2 H 43 34 3 : -r. 1.18 ,

: :ocl, 195, Lot... 3.4 A. 11. Alger ........:.._....... 1.48 19 .................... 15 .13 4 M. G. Hay Estate ............ 15.94
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DlOCk 201, Lot 6 10 24 ..mn............. 15 43 3.1' Andrew W'illand ............." 7.43
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It.! .202......,.......Lot......_ 9 43 34 f'"' M. M. Conway.....:......... 1.48 Block 403, Lot 4: 1S 45 34 C. E. Olin ........................ 1.18. .
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Block 205,.....Lot....... 46 34 :,;' : L. H. Dorsey................. 1.48 1-1 ...,................ 15 43 34 Unknown .......................... 1.48 FillYour
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A:3 34 % G. Coffey ..............-....... .- 1.18 Block 411, Lot 3 15 43 3.1 1.18
Block Bloclc: 294 204,, Lot Lot 3'8 9 9 43. 34 "1" Annie E. Anderson .......... 1.18 Block 411, Lot 7 15 :12: 34 Unknown .......................... 1.18
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BLock: 4 7q, S..,......Lots........ 9 43 34 !: "If', A. Isaacs .................... 1.74 24 .................... 15 43 34 G. G. Kuhlman ............... 1.48'i /
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r.. .J' Block 412, Lot 7 15 43 34 1\f. P. Compton ...... 1.18.
mod:: .ni......,.... Lot 16 48 34 v'f!' J.V.. SRpthen ................ 1.4016 mock 412, Lot 9 15 4a. 34 "Fred Henricksen .............. 7.13 Next '
Lots { Block 415', Lot ,
Block 2', 2i SbC,.............. 15 43 .1 E.t II. Burke .......................... 1.74 40 ...............___.. 15 43 34 I.. 1\.1. Harding ................ 1.48
., ;" Block 417, Lots
Block :7. ,.....Lots......... 15 43 ::4' ''' Unknown ............-- ........:... 1.74 21, 22:;: .............. 1513 34 J. C. Curtiss ...m............_. 1.7 4llock
230. Lot fT 423, Lot 1 15 .13 34 A. Tishler ---..................... 1.18

Bloc n]; ..2i1......,............. l' 4: 34 L. M. 'Harding ....'....:....... :A 1.48Block Block 423, Lots .
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16 ................... 3-5 43 34 ;' J. G. 'Neal" ...........:'........ 1:4 8 148, Lot .
':t 13 .. 16. 43 34 Unknown .....: .................. 1.4.8
;mock 20, 21 365,.....Lots......... 15 43 34 .. A. FishIer ......................... 1.H Block 451---i: i"8 16 43 34 D. n. Allen .:..___....'...__.__... 7.13
:mock 453: Lots '

Block 2E, 29 362,.....Lots......... 15 43 34 Unkno\vn, ............ ........:.__u.. 1.74 10 to 15 U__.'__". -16 43 34 LIllian S. Cook --............. 3.55
Block 49i, Lots Order
Block 30' .362......,......Lot....... 15 43.34' N. B. O'Kelley' ....:........... 1.48 12, 14 ..........:... 15 4a 34 l\I. 1\1. Conway....__......... 1.74
Block 363, Lot .
:2 ................... 15 43 34 A. Toulis ........................__ 3.40 F PRANK A. DOUGHERTY, .
mock 36f, Lot 9 15 43 34 O. H. Benson .................. 1.18 Tax Collector, Hendry County, Flor-
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